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VAC.t TWO M MJU 1IIIIH Ml SUNDAY MARCH 9. I.Y> if uou irant to start in aooti tinw rely upon :i Smuh AUrrn Ttmlivi you liflht (X\ lime! Teat \WN. see* lot 30 hoar at one wndmj;. In cream. c.l fiusags. %  I has a 4-Jnch if) il \. ,w,'* r v.uhlir heltrr in nur DKl'6 STORE we have rimed our SODA FOINTA1S DEPARTMENT mid will be iilili/ui L tliis space (or • vp.mdin:: cur DRl'O I >l %  Mi I 111 SI to I.I.I XS LTD. ROODAL THEATRES Gxclusioe Shopping Centre * • DECORATION HOUSE: Aaliqura. Glfta. V. DE LIMA & CO China. Jeweller). Gill* ADVOCATE CO. : II....I. Shup. Stationery. CARIU SIIOI': Cursed Mabotfaa) Native Hurhadinn Ware*. Indian Baa's and Bells. GREYSTONK GALLERIES Ciwiplelely new Ti-cliniuue. deai*-n und Finishe* in Barbados Potter; STANSFEI.D SCOTT CO: Wine.. Spirits mid Groceries. ^ Till. ENGLISH SHOP: Materials blocked |y> b\ buml. Skirls. Shins. Shorls. \\ XS IIETTINA LTD: Gowns. I.inxerie. Gills. \ CLUB POINCIANA: vYva Guest KIMMIIV Bar, H>*-l.iurunt. M R AND MRS. JOHN J. McHALE frun, London, Ontario. Canada w aaoag the recent arrivals by T.CA. *w*y have come over for nve weeks' hoMiy which te*y UP spesatln: .guest* of the saaiwic Hotel. Mr. Mr Hal.who Is President of Scott and MrHnlc Shoe Manufacturing ''" f I-ndon told Curtb yvalerday that this Is their flrt v!*it to Barbados and they %  •* enjoying iL llr expected to loin :aem shortly. Mr. Hughes i* Resident Partner of A.E. Ames and Co.. Investt Broke i ^f London For Two Weeks M RS. CECIL WILLIAMS of Brooklyn. New York, is now -ui two weeks' holiday tying at Silver Beacb Guest House, Rockle>. She arrived urmg the pa*'. v>ni by B.W.l.A midftd her native land .there she had ipeiil two weeks B .bser.ee uf 28 years Attended Opening Of PI*** M R. .1 d Mrs. Henry Tevluek<.iiih from Trinidad who i for the opening of the %  roaree* Plaza, returned home w B.WI.A.. on Friday evening. They were staying at the Hasting* Rote. Ur. Teelurkstngh is Managing Director of Tceluck.ingh Theatres Ltd.. md .1 Director of the Caribbean Theatre* Ltd. Continuing Holiday M RS. AUDREY THOMPSON of Auckland, New Zealand, retunicd here from Trinidad on ming by B.WI.A. after laying a short visit there to conholiday. She came out to Bjrtdos in January and is itay. the Hastings Hotel CaJiib galling Eight UK AMD MRU CMAELEM L OMOHUNDRO who were recenUy marrieS at St. afittkiu Church Mr-. 0. L. OtnobuDdro was the tor*ir Mi Margery at. Boycc I > I I" I IC I ii i i . .. IT'S ill! <,KE.\T Ml. Ml SMAI SHAW THAT Ni.Mivs/i'iJfl Hl ITSELF! r BgLBtfM atssi IIKINDA HI \l TV SAI.ON Lailies HairJ dreksinK. Hcaut> treatment. ? ^lialnioral \juprtastifigs, I :%*.'.:: %  .::'. ^/,W//V.*.*/V//,VAW, v> Nat CLOSE ^#^4 m **. %p-ii s..i.^ Mt%iM Openin K TO-NFTK H.30: Alon. und Tttes.. I and H.3fl Retired Dairyman M K. AND MRS RICHARD H %  LQU of Sault Ste Marie. Ontario arrived here a week ago r.CJt -md will be remaining fwi anotber four weafa holiday t Cacrabank Hotel. \ r, .i retired dairyman 'ist year they were in o Bennud.i. but this was their first C €a>OClSaTi DCiOOOfi %  0 'o tho island which they likir very much, uarticularly the ilnnaif which is veiy wonderful. In Retirameat M R. and llr*. Colin | of London. Ontario who have come down henlo get away from the cold up north, arc remjiuing until Apul 2 staying; a\ Cicrabank Hotel. Mr Scatchard who was in the let] Estate business for 25 years. < t.nw in n'!iienu:n1. He said that they have visited the Caribbean before, having been to Cubs land Nassau, but this is their flr.'t ItllM down here. Mr. Seatcherd is a nephew of Mr. Hugh Labatt. President of John LuiVitt Ltd., one of Canada's oldest and largest breweries. Engaged .'"plIK engagement of Miss Ne*t ** m leoo, di.ughter of Dr. J. I l V WIIM.II of Barbados and Mrs. Wlls.m nf (Joorget^.wn. British liuiana, to Mr. Sylvinn H. Kisson. has been onnounced in British 'iutana. all USSOO. son of Mr. nnd Mrs T. H. Kisson of Georgetown, is Kt-nior Reporter of the "GuianClraphic." Celebrate 21st Birthday C ONCRATUI.ATIONS to MlSI Ernest a Hrankcr who celebrated her 21st Birthday last right with a gala) cocktail party Miss Blanker Is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs* J E. Branker of Nelson Street Canadian Lutnbr Man M H H. W LARKIN who is in the lumber busine ss in Toronto. Canada, arrived here on Friday morning by T.C-Afor tw > weeks' holiday. He was accompaai' it by his wife and they are staving at the Marine Hotel. Mr. and Mrs. Larkm have bce.t aown here about three occaslo'U treviously. Spent Fin Week. A FTER hpendiug live weeks' *\ holiday sUying at ihe Wind-oi Hotel with her step daughter Mrs. Paul Adcock of Toronto, (aoada. Mrs. Frank Hodsins rei irned to Toronto on Friday mornI kg by T.C-A. Canadians End Holiday A MONO the Canadians rcturn nig home on Friday morning I y T.C-A. after spending a holiday n the island were Mr. and Mr*. '*. A. Hancock of Woodcotc, Ont.rio who were here for two \.ceks and Mr. and Mrs. R. A. GilLes who spent one month. They were all staying at the Marine Hotel. DAY1NG tuu lirst visit to 11.. %  badet is Miss Olga Van der (ielde of Paramaribo, Dutch Guiona. She arr'ved here on Wednesifay by b W.I A. via Trinidad ant will be remaining for two week>' holiday staying at Silver Beach C.uest House, Rocklcy. Miss Van der Gaida is an employee of the Surinam Bank. Trinidad Medico Leaves R ETURNING to Trinidad to-d.iv by B.W.I.A after spending about three weeks' holiday stayin.t at the Hotel Royal, arc Dr. and Mrs. Eric Camps of Port-of-Spaiu. BARBADOS can boast of an active Y.W.C.A revived alter 30 years for the benefit of younn women. More than forty years ago, Miss Edith Trimingham started a Y W C A with its Headquarters in Trafalgar Street. This Institu. tion canie to a close in 1921 !" Through the effort of several colour or raliut.m Th<, \* dies. ,„„ Y.W.C.A.. was revived ship^now stand.", JS ^^ idred. and 1/6 Is the monthly nuary 1951 und Lady Savage h opened the new Barbados branch subsenption m Pinfold Street. These ladies saw Trie hmlriin. .*. ttM n^l foe hostel whor, Mr Ho'tW V S^M %  ttWgn to ihe isuuid with no nominal ratT The M.tro? U ,n -elalives or Mends, could find residence as well ^ two botrSers uitabU. compantonship There is dormitory aceomm^^n There are sixly-three Y.W.CA for six boarders on the Isttond .oiiiof tl. Y Bart Los Is to a fair and the proo promote the wi-il i>emg oi u>e towards th> Community also. Of these the funeL.tiu 1 rntb a bllshed ones share with (''ii.-i.si,, the othe,, resources of the stall A and money. The "Y" Is Unauced by conations and caters to women of laisss Perfect Climate M RS. W. F. HEATH whose husband is ai> Accountant in Toronto, Canada and Mrs. Edna McKillop of St. Thomas, Canada, ban come out here lor t,ix week*' holiday which they are spending •I Cacrabank Hotel. This Is their first visit to the island they said and added that thy are charmed with it as the t'ligiate and beaches are just perEefore returning to Canada, Mrs. Krai:, and Mrs. UcKlllop propose to ipend a weak in Bermuda Paid Short Visit M R. NORMAN DAL La, Y of Ancastee, Ontario. Canada ss> nved here on Prld.iy nioenlng by the Lady ltodar> and left yesteiiiy avaning by B-W.1A., lor Trinidad for a short stay. From there he gees to Na V ; York before returning home. He IB with the Hank of Montreal. While here. Mr. Dalley was slaying at too Marine Hotel Canadian Medico |~yt. W. H. JOHNSTON of Can*-* ada who spent about four veeks here staying at Bathsheba nnd the Hastings Hotel, returned homo on Friday morning bv T.C-A, Engaged *THE engagement was anM. nounccd recently between Mr. Richard NicnoUs, son of Dr. & Mrs. L. H. Nicholls of Garden Gap, Worthing and Miss Billlc Stewart, only daughter of Mr. & Mrs. William Stewart of Calgary Alberta. Canada Mother Of Twins M RS. CECIL BRiGGS of Coldwater, Ontario, Canada is notr the happy mother of twins l8trU). She is the former MUs Sheila Johnson, popular nurse of the Barbados General Hospital. Weeks' Stay S IR ALFRED AND L. BROWN of London BsrVS staying at the Crane It about eight weeks, fist] to leave foi Trwidad ahjOUl 14 and will be returning I bask" en route to Montreal can da. Fishing Holiday D R VICTOR CECiUONA. G i eral Practitioner. Hamiii Ontario and Mra. Ceciliona ha\. been holidaying at the Ci Hoitl for the past week and ex pect to stay another week or t before returning home. Ideal Spot V|RS. IVAN TAYLOH of BrookiT A lyn. New lork who was m Trinidad for Carnival, has no" coma over to Barbados for two weeks' holiday. She expects to return to Trinidad where she w> l remain for the Easter holidaj before going back home towaro the end of April. Her drill visit to the island, MiTaylor said that it is an Ideal sp> %  for a holiday and she Is thorough I, enjoying it. She is staying at Silv Beach Guest Home, Rockley. She said that her husband who %  %  i Heal tXuue gOjfeaj SSsM to come down hero later in the year. He wiU be accompanied by their d-ughtor Jon who is taking a classical course at Notre Dam.* des Anges in St. Laurent. Montreal and will be gniduuting in June. Canadian Businessman A FTER apcotLug a month's holIday here. Mr. and Mr Georg c liarliett of Canada, lef, b T.CA.. on Friday on their way b Florida where they will spen< another month before returninj home. They were staving at thWindsor Hotel Mr. Bartlett is a businessman .*: Canadu. Continuing Tour l^fR. AND MRS. W. K COX al T > Peoria, Illinois who were bare for about ten days* holidnv left by B.W.I.A.. iMlSJllsj evening for Caracas. Thoy weie M.. %  ing at the Hotel RoyaL Mr. Cox who is Advertising Mar user nf the cs'erpillar Tractor Co. of Peoria is no w continuing his tour of the Caribbean n> South America. U.K. Businessman M R. and MRS. W. HEDDON BOND left the island on n w7*a" y *, nlghl 55 Trinidad by I' w.l.A. after spending two ueekhcre on business. Mr. Bond Is overseas Supervisor for Mcnley and James Ltd.. the London Pharmaceutical House. The couple were staying at the St. Lawrence Hotel. Congratulations C ONGRATULATIONS to Mrs. Everton Weekes on the birth yesterday of a son und heir at Beasley Maternity Home, Rodclifle. England. Mrs. Weekes is the former Miss Joan Manning of "Haxel Cot". Hlndsbury Road, and the wife of international cricketer. REVIVAL OF Y. W.C.A. JAM I I A IHtl SS Sll<|> MtHIVUt BATHING SUITS. Strapless ELASTIC SATIN in Heavenly the proceeds purchase of a r*> — oiiened in March 1151 fog the purpose of S!!!.!"* *?\ lu * ** light re(i r*j' freshment to members a* well a. ""• non-niemben. There b also a library on the pjemises and is open to members. The activities of the club are varied. There are Devotional Services every third Sunday of the month at 5.00 p.m. The members are Instructed in needleeraft cooking and asseaaorles classes. At special classes needleeraft is open leaders from various girl groups in the Island. There .trail now competing sgaaaaa the ladies the Inter-Club Table Tennis League Recently a cup was nated by the President Mrs. A. A. Gibbons. Other special prize. are offered at the end of the Session. Net ball practices are held at St. Michael's Girls' School. Weekly there is also %  Kcep-Fit class instructed by Miss Daniel. Every week there are lectures nnd debates conducted and presided over by guest speakers. In April Mil, Miss Eleanor Irench. Secretary for Mutual Service and Extension of the World' Y.W.CA., visited the "Y" in Barbados. She also visited the other branches In the Caribbean area for the purpose of seeing what needs thS YW.C.As In this area had Md what Uiey had to share with "tbe r associations. In ease there was need for outside help the Headquarters at Barbados would i.gisui Its request with tht Mutual Sssrvkea Committee in Geneva and then if this was granted invitations would be extended to one or more of th" other national Y.W.C.A. B to provide a leader with the necessui i -alary. K'v.-ntly on a visit to the I W3 A. the stdrucarc was very much impressed with the friendly atmosphere which existed among thy girls while lunching. There were others who were rclaxin. A Oh n.agazlnea and fashion books The Library consist; of books an ( m agazines which have been donate,! by persons interested in the welfare of the "Y". now IIV srot h .. IUIUKOI KSK.S PLAIDS 36 HtlHIUM'KSt.S STUNTS M POTTERS KABRK'S IT FLOWERED PRINTS W BLUE CHAMBRAV M* StERSsUCKER FLOWERED $1.17 PLAIN $1.47 $1.53 $1.11 $1.20 $1.22 $6 .94 .86 sue T. P. EVANS & WHITFIELDS YOUR SHOE STORES Dial 4220 GIRL FROM JONES BEACH %  ••" %  ai a —a Virginia M>.>. TEA FOR TWO iTi-rbtilroUrt OaafCan MacfkwJoiw llawt Tuso nml ,it STAGE FRIGHT Jw>. WrmutlUrtMi. TSW 6UN$ Of THE PtCOS LEAVE IT TO HENRY " %  %  a ". w.i M c.i> SIERRA PASSAGE LUCKY LOSERS i* oostcav a m* Do<.n PrONEERS r J



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SUNDAY. MARCH . ltti si NOW AliVIU I, PAGE TOME Al Ihe filrnl* % C. R. 7%e Fabulous Field Marshall BASED ON BRIGADIER Desmond Young's biography of Ni/i Germany's mow famous KeneraJ. THE DESERT FOX tfclg Wednesday next at the Globe . the portrait of Field Marshal Erwin Rommel, who became a during his lifetime. It is not a conventional war picture. LhMffli the downfall of the German army at El Alamein. and the Allied landings on D-day are thrillingly depicted With Brigadier Young giving the commentary, the Bin '.pens with what might be called a prolotfue which shows ihe landing in North Africa of a group of British Commandos, whose mission was to kill Rommel A* we know, they were unsuccessful. From there, ihe action nrMi %  10 behind the German lines, where Ilii'.Uh prisoners—among them Brigadier Young—are marching with their captors. The plot of the film concerns the events which led to Rommel's association with the conspirators who planned Hitler's death, to save the German ration. Abortive, ihe attempt on the Furhrer's life cost the lives of .1000 people, among them Rommel. who was accused of treason and given his death sentence by Hitler. The film concentrates on the changes that took plate wilhm Rommel himself aj disillusion with Miller and the Third Reich begun In set in. and there are two out r landing scenes—one with the General and Field Marshal Von Kundstedt and the other with ROBUntj sad lug Mmd Dr. Karl Strolin. where one feels strongly •!: %  • bkMT struggle taking plate between Rommel. Ihe patriotic German who sees nothing but iiiln for his people In the insane orders Issued by Hitler, gad Hrmmel. the German general, whose eitty ito carry out these orders that are obviously the products of a mind In the laal %  %  atlen. Unfortunately, due (o ihe special emphasis of the DJJ .llnslr.itu.i;aig lacking of the tricky military strategy that won the General the world-wide name of "The Desert Fox" but the .strength, loyalty and patriotism ot what Churchill called "a great and tourageous soldier on the wrong side" are aptly brought out as are the tenderer qualities, of husband and father James Mason gives stature and dignity to the role of Rommel and Jessica Tandy brings sympathy and understanding to her portrayal of hu wife fir Cadrfc Hard%  debt, I-eo G. Carrol, Luther Adlvr gg the neurotic, shrieking Purhrer, and Everett Sloane head an extremely capable supporting Man Of Bronze On Ihe whole*, the lives of famous American sports heroes which have been filmed have been good entertainment, even for nan j-ports fans. For example. Pride uf The Yankees", the story of Lou Gehrig. 'The Babe Ruth Story" and more recently. Follow The Sun." the pictorial biography of Ben Hogan. famous golfer. All 'hese men excelled in one sport. but there iI new name now added lo the roster—Jim Thorpcwho was not only an All American (OotbaUei but made his mark In baseball ax well as truck event* .if all kinds, and in 1912 was hailed by the King of Sweden as 'Ihe greatest athlete in the world" after M had won both the pentathlon and decathlon at the Olympic Games that year. MAN OF ItRONZF. is an aulhen in screen biography .( JUfl Thorpe, an American Indian, who to-day is recognized as the greates* Bthttta f the lirst half of the twentieth century. The tUm followi bli cerate from his boyhood davs on an Oklahoma reservation, where he would rather run twelve nitta l day than lay at school—to JAMES MA80N his enrollment at Carlisle Indian School, where representatives of all Indian tribes could learn trades and vocations to equii> %  take their places in modern-day society. A round peg in a square hole. JunN (.ru.ulercc uiul fiu*ti.iUon an take up sports seriously and prepares himself to take part in the Olympic Games. Falling in love was responsible for his taking up football, the game that made him famous, where the glamour of the gridiron exceeded that of the track. However, it didn t matter what field of athletic* he entered• he excelled in them all. Resolute and elated, he returns from him Olympic triumphs, marries and becomes a professional footballer. Tragedy follows, but with the help of "Pop" Warner, his old friend und coach. Jim readjust* himself. and takes u> the work nearest bis heart—coaching youngsters. Bun Lancaster gives a fine Ittalsjtk performance as well as a sensitive portrayal of the Indian sportsman while the supporting roles are sympathetically handas n in | film that is unconventional In its treatment of the Indian by pointing up the dignity and tradition of his race. There are some spectaculai sports shots Including the traridion.-.l opening of the Olympic Games and contests in sports ol all kinds that are exciting to fan and non-fan alike, and the Indian influence in Max Steiner*s background music, heightens the atmosphere. Good entertainment for the whole f;mulv. Mr. Music I'm afraid there is not much to say about MR. MUSIC. Even the usually cheerful Blng seems to be having uphill work to portray the laziest musician In show business and the plot periodically becomes completely "dalle. Not even the nutae b Ufifty. and I doubt if you'll he able to hum one of the tunes afterward'. Bins Crosby and Nancy Olscn head the east and the giiet artists include the Merry Macs, Dorothy Kirsten. Groucho Marx and Marge and Gower Campion. They all strive valiantly, but the result is pretty soporific. FARM AND GARDEN n %  AGMCOLA STOCK HI MUM. WITH the steps being taken tievlup the orderly collection and distribution •ii-l to ensure Its reaching the consumer In a good state of preservation, the small producer f'.anda to benefit considerably. To begin with, a ready market Is assured. It also means a big saving In time taken for deliven apart from the often lusltrted complaints of customer* regarding quality and punctuality Small farms have no facilities for chilling milk and arrangements have :.> be made for a fresh from the tow to consumer service. Thu, unavoidable delay* and the rapid growth of organism* in themilk Itself under tropical condition?, have militated against fresh milk consumption while. In patatabilil> i "iled milk Is a poor substitute for fresh milk As a result, throughout the West Indies, process* d tniIks In one form or another are high on the list of imported food* tuffs. There are factors too which often operate against an abundant supply of fresh milk, such as ftid and forage limitations, lnex!>erience In handling high-protiming cows of ihe recognised d.nry breeds and so on With the advisory services provided by Agil culture Departments, much has been done to overcome these difficulties, including the practice ot grading up good local types, making effective use in breeding combinations of "heir natural resistance to conditions which can be detrimental to pure-bred animals. When the proposed Government scheme is finalized, no doubt attention will be given to a condensary or other processing plant which can deal with surpluses an they arise. By and large, therefore, we may expert this forward development to provide a stimulus to stock rearing. MM and farmers would be advised to bestir themselves so as to take %  I advantage ih. reof There Is no short cut In these matters Cattle multiply no more rapidly and no more numerous for us than they did for Abraham and the first step towards a build up of herds is the care and preservation of ydung breeding stoi k —heifers in particular With a eood demand for milk, there is always the danger of cutting short the milk ration of calves which is so Important tor sturdy growth and development. Another danger is the possibility of promising young stock getting in the hand-, of the butcher, especially at a time of meal shortage. Both IhSH trends should be halted and every effort made to prevent the wastage of breeding stock. We have read in the press of the suggestion mat in the present situation animals should be Imported from South America-Brazil. Venezuela and so on. for distribution to farmers. In our view, this would be a backward move To begin with, contacts with that region for the purpose in view are few and far between— there may be no surplus animals for sale. Knowledge of livestock conditions and any regulations for control of disease is practlmlly non-exlstcnt. Foot and Mouth disease among others is endemic In many areas. Selection and purchase on any scale would necessitate agents. Transport from Inland to shipping points would be exacting and hazardous. And Anal TIT: port, whether by air or ocean. difficult to arrange. Added to all the risks, the cost In the long run would be prohibitive. W" write from experience not from hearsay The conclusion is that we must take every available means of building on our own foundations: nourish the calves, the parents of thr future; keep the young heifer^ out nf the hands ot the butcher-. and develop a scheme for purchase of surplus animals ot ihe desirrd type and quality for distribution to farmers needing breeding stock, either by direct sale, exchange or by any other means considered practical ;ugh i Thenis no doubt thai ihe >t.sWa and BSBSWBBSJ, to put abnormal rainfall of last issdsj left a lot of trouble behind :i M the gaiden world. sffcss-s* The land has been soured and ail sibout anlo-' '.. made sodden -nd will need u a] ij dry weathn be well forked. iighteneM with plat much % %  — | %  in but to P i. giving them as I U iiossible, and %  t unh the line weather %  %  l ecovci where -* ii.before, and the HeiM Marian are lata u lover* plume*! One of the cheapest vegetables \. ,.. .jom,, in Barbados at the moment goes to' •WWa a ea. %  Mplant* which ire preh rasa is pre< natives of India make tasty M 11 III. MUSHROOMS Cut the eggplants in figs without peeling them. Take away a bit of the inside if the la a big ono. Put a bit ot oUvi oil in the frying p.m. i.v %  ipiece of garlic >• th.. oil and take it away before it is bun I IV the eggplants in the frying pan. season them with salt. pepper and a tiny bit of dry marjoram. Let them cool, slowly. You can serve them like this or you can few pieces of wholr tofwrij •idsmr Waeat&ejsiehceJtfaj ihey leap to futei impoiitMe o> icuuUU and uW mullingre ^<-iUoa is wry often th* Wats Pills harr been brminng rebel to nil %  era from backache aad n asm rerei*ed .omtlf lettars of grautudt tiave : It Beside. i tr ubtea I aihvcfceo > gfl I'oHdrrt Mildew This IS -' DSkff> t •.. d, \. :. kill the affected plant III IBM. v.11 Liable i %  d. wiseh | I ipoi i "ivi" and asm (by pot: e ffecird %  rea. ta -i kfj what was % %  -it it. % %  -.used a> 1 Ihe foll-.iv tiealinei OUR CUAKANTCI De Witt • Pius arc manufactuiad under atncUy bygiaai, i oodmons and tke lae^eroents con~ lain to rigid atandnrds uf puiity DE WITTS PILLS loi K dr (-. * d Bi.ido >i tro u b>ei r ST0P GOLDS v k ^ with Phensic I'HtNSlC tablets clear the head and dispel tightness sod pain behind the eyes. Ttacy bring down high temperature, relieve ruffy. congested feelings, at the same time soothing the nerves and counteracting depression. The aches and pain : I disappear in no tune. I'lfkNSIC tablets act quickly and safely. They neither harm the heart nor upset the Momach. Keep < supplv of PHENSIC tablets by you always. VaaaawaTaeaV Ph enstc V; I0 TktLETS BRING QUICK RELIEF FROM RHEUMATIC MINS, LUMttGO, NERVE PAINS, HEtDtCHES. NEURtLCK. INFLUENZA, COLDS CHILLS 'J %  %  de i Boil EGGPLANTS AI.LA MAKINARA Fggldants. C.arlic, Vinegar Red pepper OIL Cut the eggplants in two. them. Cut them again in xmalle pieces. Put them in a salad bowl with some vinegar, salt, red pepper and t pieces of garlic. Let them stay in the salad bowl for 24 hours. Next day add n tiny 1)1! uf olive ml EGGPLANTS WITH TOMATO SAUCE Cut the eggplants In elgr.. .. without peeling them. Fry In < or off. Prepare some tomato sauce, a bit of margarn %  .tomato paste, salt and water. Wh. %  •, the tom.it over the eggplants, add spoonsful ish with a bit of butter, put the. i ill the oven for a fjaa before serving \h llis.iipin.il of I'owdery Mildew Milde*/ Appears u '•>* vi,..,.i poerder } whit* -pots on the nneV o,, ihe lop an ii %  .-. %  Trrwlmriil f Posvdrry Mildew %  ,leiv Mildew" i^lily dUat. i \s B (ulphui to line one which I ImpOrtSsJ l ,•!!(,. BJM AgruultLiii-. and wnaofi am bl I ought fnitn their Qtieecu N f the dlflkulty when duat. I M utphur is i %  rw sniphui t, nloli en JM i I In uni. | %  Ink. the eight it;;.plai i ma I be % % % %  <'• red %  ipCdk .ii. %  mutt be muile ii tin job in n .i lot Of the v .iy be%  I iba piiini llphui ni %  muslin o i). i: und ti.v, in| tiioiougtii %  dust it on Kepeii .1 until th ., Iw-altlo londitlo MACLEANS iQIB^IQSHI TOOTH PASTE keeps TOOTOB WlliaWS and healthy EGGPLANTS t \KI s Eggplants; 1 |>er peraon l-nrslcy Pepper Brend crumbs Plour Grated .-h < % %  -. %  Salt Nutmeg Eggs. 2 I-ird or nil. Peel the eggpl.'inl nrl tbff n four pi'-e*'*. DUt them in bo ill i. water Bhd let them eonk until ready. Pui them In ;i colander, let them get cold and dry them with a cloth. CbOp them and then mince them. Mix the minced eggplants with 2 tablespoonsful i f grated rhee-sc, some parsley, Baft, i*-pper. nutmeg and brgeafcruna The quantity of tin should be half of the qu-ntity %  '. the eggplanls Add one or mo e according to Iba quantit\ of th* fggplanls. Mis everything Uigi*th*'i Make little balls dust them with flour and fry immediately In lard or oil. You can mako a tomato sauce and cover them with it rsj serve them by themselves ntion too. Is t %  i .iii boa laavai that ban II HKI burn then i, | ,.., | ihrj planl'i recosei -would be to fork the uroun t %  iXlid H nnd give an .ippUeanianure, The Tool Shed %  rail %  Ihtrtfi .. IDA good i all spraying purposes.. <2) Charcoal for lightening .in,; the bed (3) V.O.M. tor BaWUVtai I 4 1 Snltih.it.. Of Iron for psl S lants jlphur powder for dusting purposes. Besides u dinar* garden .i-i. %  IHIII ol stioiu: i Dd "[•[ legs will iill ba found invnluabli* of the ,1 slocked garden bi i fiOATS!! Does your Goat from— suffer Lou of Condition ? Anaemia (pale gums) ? Diarrhoetic Conditions f be fee) 11 Any of these may caused by WORMS! Control these Parasites teilfi PHENOVIS BRAND PHENOTHIAZONE : AJV M.C.M. PRODUCT. Sole Issni-tch and Ithlribulnrs fn Barbados Messrs A. S. BRYDEN & SONS (B'dos) Ltd. Here's a MUST for Mustard! EWINGS "CHAMPION 9 PREPARED MUSTARD PAINTS FOR EVERY PURPOSE IttKif I'—inli f\..i / Almmimmm I'ililll Mnrint' II hilt' 4* 7m ':. /.IT Vnllim' oz jar — 25c. Obtainable at J. V Goddards & Sons C'nliinnarir SUnsfrld Scull Alltyne. Arlhor W. A. Msdtord Inc & to. S. .. Cole & C"o. McDonald Saly John D. Taylor. 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PAf.l M'NDAi \0\s IMPROVED IMPORTEDS Rebate Sets 4 \eu Track Record , BIK'hU :w* days "*—' %  .—T ZLTV. UK UMW than u*eal B*> 3ES 5 .,' %  : --" ** H %  % %  • %  %  *• %  *" .,._ %  -.aM* %  absBrut, •-U..I..-V .%  „adll Field Sweeps wnscb, "VSulri as accurately at any !?"^Sn c."'~ **'tursi: M ^maai'it was M, n " *"** t J %  v: %  .%  2j*. .lurh took pasc* oa th. track yer aa. . —i SuSTt.n -ES ^l-' *. %  ritual east ,. Srrio :X VBeSshaa hBOt BterrBsan Cilli wesava a* el— %  '-MM ft* Pars, area, r bat .. I • %  ft %  iHllI a.. e*J.-w snwa %  - ft*assenaa 1 *a* f-rer ssssnsrl C sstae. eats)* raftl ft! b* r**;.-. *> %  %  .tw both that* eUres. .-.ft n ft< la> ; POKWJJObV Ha rasha irtsaers ranaaaa aw ran 7. lr -•.-. aal atarrb aataajaj •... •**• aaM x I treat* Bill I ae a ft* Oral Hal Biadirae are* unways Wins Big Sweep Urn Of Ham* Drawn flan MM II 1 NTH SACFUanai M i .aerial natd.ua. .a I Met ed, aaa at ft, started. Th. Uaev Geye" cam II Xllk wlbn. •a* They tat at e> a eer, ,s*c art. eat ai they van by ft. Su borers ;. 1.----.4 %  • a.--.oo* •..-. The, BB*J "^rf I pair J an i. .: da> ixc. and ,-ood start, Wster I a. A la -m and JoU>• fca ^< c-T ftaj ad van aaa) bataai and Sunbaani incbad as the I thraa furlong -;.:*-! M tOJowad UOler. Waiei = .pl*ced Jolly madlatclj chalaaaai .;rf ad a ball. JoUv llak* % %  %  aaaav .y. aad Daa Taw a. 1 1 It, 5 aad t ;^~ ft reaaptctHaJ AiV: a aoo: start. AXB Low •-=, rrasamaar jaaliu far a.. >oaa. Tna field fta Hanaua •* wrft A -. Low ] ai fti laa: Tbr> stnax oat afaw poae. but OB wia| tha two 0*r war, aotr urb a n tat The Follewa drsan — A 41*K Past a lunat aol ov< M aaa. aaiiaaaat tbat aa was FTaa.saaa ot taa Wast ladaaCnda I award of Caatrol aaa aaa aaa m i m il to receive the pteaoUU a baa Waal ladsea encaet achseaad m ft aaar — fte wstr..r.t of a Taa asatch at Lords aad~ % %  liaa rT l j raUaf tbat at last bat I %  III hat | ii m n the "ppcartaa.-. pssrasa fte aesl that bat ib na ii d fte waraasr of the Waa baaaa Cncbet Board at Control aal hat starved tat areas aad the fsatsaral r-vsolnf..-e focr-is: %  a) Wc;r z.tr..-*,* .-..aal ebj baaaaeatrauoa ot Van ladaa) crkaat aaravf Mr Taa Board waa a lav aa&a itaaV aaa ftare aaaaad at be brae bop* of aaar takes*; ft* West laden crtrbet pwb*ic bna ts oanndenea m paat Uaber aaa a< aaa aaaaaaSa* asar dt* na a**K* TW'LNT^ SaasJUNti RACt Creale Handiraa rasaa aa *_-„ taj i.r.; sas**] r .. ^.:te at • •a-ren Lur.wavs r isa a d i won be half ot Low wh;. heat fasbar i a neck. That Best a %  baM ot l| aaaaaae. beatm. ft* time whleb was eat rr< 5 eet Rocket or Taaraeav b* 1" • nifliimi EACT. 1 L-J A in: h • li 19*11 B 39*1 *' ar. c KM D 50 D nao P ->-\ l taM t 7541 %  MM t 457S ( %  •Til .i Mlt .i <260 J 3*2? J 7448 1 4915 I 7900 : 5511 i %  77i I ;n %  • MT7 V 1407 s •470 %  bill H Mb: 0 •M ci ii •~" P nn ;• ras %  U7 H in* %  -_-;, s .?-., •bra I •aal I aT4 rprl* i titfr A.Fir* Adn-Jm; Dudm Dunquerque Vanjruard TMBaattM Blue DiaUnond Miss Fntmclwhip Dtrham JanFuss Budttr-t Abu All Swtt Rockc | %  -•*.M*V Day l^ndf ark Da.-i.inK Pnnc-. A Apollo HaUTtna-fVli r\l*aTAdl Apnl Flowwt C •>'. % %  Caonc." W :. Croat Bon Star FIU# Vine. Rk-T.r?.'• % %  Ja aaaa be aaa* atrasTttawtr^od a. wea %  > ...-._. ... -%taaaaa aal -; ab M -..-^ BTal av I .^aaSTSafloaS ZomTZ* •£ <*•***->*'•>•-*'aaal PPAMXTLV the baadKappers ftoutat lib* aa bWl *• hao A-artiraftta.aratdarand WUat bar ft aTft 1M fc. ibt Tr— %  h. ajbauntu: weidht ot lJolba-. and wot ' ?s. lalll with "mufti*, •oowftl la la* ascond A clas. •uroed iiT ABar aach an eew w ft cood urn. o u_lm dar ^e^;^ W r^^rwd-a-trbll SZTZZSX'ZZl?. ,'aaaaatl A rsrapar who did wen Poor Harrowwaa. of OBatam, rnei -ntinvrly accsdent which robbed he, ot h chance. Bu: was obrlounj ottblasaad. Rebate, on ft* othet hand, is a mare that is well ft ft. ssnCto, the best in Use We Indie, at present It It eaactly a year ask :r. .ne came into bar own when ah. displavad treroaajdous ura. oiuu a> *" atainst Bums and then goin. on to win the aw.. .ith aT victory in B and anollvtr In A Her rrfcTnaacai .ncrtlnt and the one liist ovar .re In taCt, very amilar At both >• %  .VeirT to have nin her-lt uito form And' lu, *-->; J""' ..rTaa ..cellenl uide IM year wbM sb. wet. UalDaUatlbltoaVcai cr l| furlona* .h. did it in 1|. to the saro. >*"• cJlpp%  •.hrre rlfths and In so dotnl satabUsbed a track ratord. If there is one race that can be co-.inted on to ann* the ertra. its toes it u always the lssl race on tie proti man An the %  Keys seem to throw caution U> ft* wind and moats) It was la on* '.cse events at a past mceUnl that we witnessed two of our shrewcr i darnltiiar Croauey andOilbert Yvonet bast U^tnaalvss b| : :l out from ft* lump until one said so the other "you've tu.I cam. back "you've" had it loo. No truer words were ex. '.aneed'from horseback and presently their mounts Don Arturo ar Seawall stopped in tbeir trscais at Uo Precipitance, with Hosaar w I come alont and take ft* race as east as one takes candy tram kic BSSBBI no mistake. Holder was only behind them in ft* early star • cause hie mount did not have the speed. It is just such a race that will produce record* and therefore e beer, s rooc record iisdeec that has stood ft* test of I distance ror sistean years lb* record of the asare G .*s been or. fte books for fte 74 furlongsYesterday n wa • The race as usual was well aad truly ran ana d I with all that display of frit and dsb ue iaaanan that a only f x rest. 0 T aaa 44 U -44 : laaaasei I bat aa) Red Cheeks .%  : | Ifci :.. aabab Bffly Bov Dun Vse. WstercresB BaaaBj 7<.T* I CcCtas, Cavalier Teat M BsMi.' ) THm reoard breakers, but enly for csasses. were tweeend Lunways. tweet Rockers Tsrsory on Thursday was schsrred • the espens* at Yatsneaa fresr. whore eh* was reeerrtaf ae less Ihsr. s lbs 1 do not this* Yiaai n i as** of her best ft ftas rare hat nev* %  %  ft* less it elearr* ilsaiiasallllai whet s coUertsrst ot aaod oaes etk • the imported classes now-a-davi if two more can be found s i •net are just a shad* oeer tboar ot an ia 1 a i h i< mar* Ilk* Tasoe-unways in fact, earned 1M lbs, when she teoufbl the C eeord (or $t fulraf deaa to ltds I ftsnk we are *11 up to and eeen above ft* m*h srese• aebsrsed ft ft* years lust prior to fte second World Wi I French natter and Castle tr. the Air sre two others who have -press at that ar so riT i The latter won only The I reel* of dosasj so aad the tact that he was a trite Bare at e did n. mark ban as one to be watched Franc*, fhtttar tnay ,• • ve been tacky to be one of the few borers thet has ewer race % %  I penalty tar arsririatt. bat in nrlisiiii on* could aet aal bow eesary she wan m ft* aim d tane of 1 Ol All thase rhsssrs should mast* liatHin thaak twin* at these isys when Creoles base to b* p t u ro ts t al freat D t* C dasi oas* was that ot brtle Watercress who was So tnailn.li sell Ism -.it she dad not snake a alec* for ft* entire I II II I Tel saast af %  tree that ah* has illlia sasaad R IUsu fte races aa class D %  tret race s ltha iigh b* was aot qatte fit. -. on as ft* m s itan Brosssssaad sstrh the tvcfat •t l e t ei.e d Be SBUSC Uaj a ha* b* rated ss one of ts_ .. Mary Ann u si h aiiM l ed the crttsat stjaai be srtaasa* wash top •estht aad at It te snake ft ehsar that oaty Bow BeUs a bar equal ft* creele classes at a, h i rlra sH she a t n had bar ears at the satssb essae sstfh thssa easa at a ssttwrc rah race nr y. The (asm a* sewer saast he** tassstst at wrth _. H ajsrsal by bath Mary Aaa and jono hat shower! us yum day that stayast a bar teal *aaaa. I qte c-ee that her w*is J; ^^ .-., s. bat I e B ft* ssusae af JoDy Miller who won Tat Lyra Wessrk, Reed at the stoutest TrsdlTiesa of The Csretseda %  •-*. with the iseiaaiatt limlnaii '.V.V.-A'A NOTICE Will our Customers and | friends please note that our 1 I OIL Department has been ?;' I ? I Seieo Your Favounte Set Eaiiy j removed to our New Building ij AT 5 i Louis L. Bayley Bolto.. L*jend Aquatic Oub Gth Setot. Ptwoe 3909 — Hirjcsr 489T \\ III I I IMKK %  tt* all •rsirrs. plrar %  >! %  I7HI R. M. NUn A (O. LTD. ^



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SUNDAY. MARCH . 1S2 SUNDAY ADVOCATE PACF Frvr RACING RESULTS AT THE ( %  XUKISON SAVANNAH MARCH 8 1U2 ntACK Firm. WEATHER r\n7 •"" Raw : MAM II IIIMIU \l>—< UH -B' and t.'rr — (.MM OJau.uU. SlaAMti. U.M>_? rurlonia r.v vr\u rVSS BUDGET PEPPER WINE IM 11. lib lb* Mr C Hun %  0 ci H I YVOIH'I 3. DOLDRL'M 118 lbs. Mr N M lonil Jocfe* Holder T1MK. I ftoi MM FAHI MUTUBJ U 1 Place S3 %  > S4 SI M LST ll)2 84. tLSORAN buunta (1 H \i,. Wilder. %  fl Bti IM -BM wuoiuii. Luawayi .120 iu*.. Newman) LB U JOKpO); Hiver aj.nte (Hi in*., lia-ile): Landmark M3I lbs., u Neilj BTAR1 FINISH Clow . length, head *IHNKJ 1 bfJ UotmU'iKh-r.iif Lu;> TRAINER Mr J T Fleteher I'* "~ : MM. BOH KIM, yi MllRIAL H \M>K Al'-( ]i "1. -ud LDWi-r-tm.il i$5.oa, M35.9*. S*5.M— Furlanrs 1. DUMQUIftQUI 2 APPOLLO 101 101 lbs. t 2 lb*. U Chandler Jockcs Lutchman MlM K. C Hawkins Jockey P. Hi.( hi 1 3. COLLETON 10V • I lbs Mr V. Chi.sc Jockev Joseph riMfc I.A8| MCS. I'AHl MCTCKL Win ..' %  <,.,.:...• rORBCASl. Sli8. ALSO RAW ilarj Ann .130 lbs. Yvoi.ei). CTOM BOW (11 Holder). Usher (116 IDS., Quested) Good FINISH: Close Head, neck WINNER: 3-jr-old b 1. O.T.C.-Bel TRAINKR: Mr J W. Chandler. ,0th Ran : BT. ANN'S HANDKAI'—Class "Ci" sad Lower—*i4M. 0 4S185.0V. SItO.IM SlO.Ott—7'.Kurt on as 1. BETSAM 128 lbs Mi John D Kill Jock*) yu. d 2 TWINKLE 105 lbs Mr 1. J Baal] Jockey Belle A t.AVOTTE 130 lbs Mr V E. Cox Jockey O'Nell. TIME: 1.3." MCs, I'AHl ML i UfcL. Win. $0.06. Place: *2 04. $1 88, $2.34 rORCCAST: S20.52. ALSO KAN. Joan's Star (104 lbs.. James). Diadem (IIS lbs., Joseph). Billy Boy (113 lbs.. P. Fletcher). Rosette (124 lbs Holder). Blue Diamond (121 lbs., Lutchman) START:Good. FINISH Drivm* M length, length WINNER: 7-JI -old h b. b.g. Flotsam-Betty den. TRAINER Mr. A Hayling *l*t Rare : NEW YEAR HANDICAP—data. ( ml l.m.i-r K 111 1 $185.80. SI3S.U0. S50.00)—T Frlonc| 1 FRENCH FLUTTER. Di A L Goddurd Jockey ThlrkHI 112 lbs 2. DOLORt'M 126 lbs Mr N. M Innis* Jockey Holder 3. DASHING PRINCESS .... Mr R. E. GUI Jockey Lutchman 122 lbs TIME 1.334 sees PARI MUTUEL: Win S2.68 Place $1 28. SI 50, 31.30. FORECAST 310.56. ALSO RAN. Flieuxce (110 lbi.. W1U1. r, 112 lb.. .Newman); Aim Low (110 lb.s Joseph); The ThinR 108 t 6 lbs.. James); Magic Gaye (108 fr 2 lbs., (guested}. START: Good. FINISH. Easy 1'i lengths, head WINNER: 3-yr.-oid ch.f. Eloilc de Lyon-Devotee TRAINER: Mr. J. R. Goddard. -2nd Rare : CREOLE HANDICAP Claas "F" and Lower (3 >.o.) ST00.60 (S233.60. SII5.M. 840.88)—7> ? Furloiua 1 SEEDLING 113 lbs. Mr. S. J. Rock. Jockey Lutchman 2 RAMBLER HOSE. 107 lbs. Mr V Chase. Jockey James. 1 ( AKDINAL ... 123 lbs. Mi J. W. Chandler. Jockey Quested TIME 1.35* PARI MUTUEL: Win: S11..2 Place: S3 14. 36.14. 31.74 FORECAST 9293.40. ALSO RAN March Winds (113 lbs., Joseph); May Day (102 • 10 lbs P. Fletcher); Apronusk (105 lbs Belle), First Admiral (126 lbs Yvonc.) START: Good. FINISH Close Hlcnglh. -, length. WINNER' n-yr.-old b.g. O T C.-Unseed. TRAINER: Owner. .'3rd Idee : DRILL HALL HANDICAP—Claw. "F" and Lower (4 y.a. and Over) $70000 iS23:.,04. HIS 00. S40.88) —9 rurlonf' $2,000 Needed To Bring I .K. Tennis Stars To luiil'tul, > LB %  Id Tenm. il.ibadowill be 1 !* of 32.000. The SI. 100 which Rnrb.dos jW* have lo p ol with Tiimdai ^tnd Totn.B". British Guiana an.' 'I tt> tlu Ca. 1 % %  KM A-.i-iaiii.fi bn Dot* 1 ) iBarbsklosi Ltd. through their reprv^entalive Mr Ch-rl.-* T •yier rxpensra Ineurred Will be board ami 1--U* < 'ing building o* two platl mm barman I ao %  %  ill Iw *Iage.H %  T< assist in P1*kuiik Club and U %  of the HA FA. liav,( pvr trie |i T.T A the proceed %  .. rootball mateh hoping tn get the proEiiipn.' sp 11:.,! Itatoi Nool Hi ad rul th' Governing Bodj ol ati —'fl a nri rtv of the BT.TJt w*)i-n Leach nd Bar| '"' '"1-mi I Dn naw I morning exhibit! %  wnt of schwol children. MAR. 9 — NO. 214 The Topic of Last Week In A FINE action picture of th* coloured gul champion of th* United stataa. 23-year-old Althea Oitwon of Harlem Bho 1* at ptMcstl 111 Jamaica Uklug part lu the Caribbean Lawn Teuma Champiouabip*. WITH THE AMATEURS iB> A f desit I WATERBELL 118 lbs. Hon. J O. Chandler. Jockey O'Nell 2. BETSAM 120 lbs. Mr. John D lllll. Jockey Newman 3 JOLLY MILLER 128 lb* Mrs. Lyrla Nyock Jockey Holder. TIME: 1391. PARI MUTUEL: Win: 33.30. Place: 32.06, S3 08 FORECAST S19.80. ALSO RAN: Miss Friendship (127 lbs Yvonct); Clementina (107 lbs llelle) START: Good FINISH: Easv. I •> lengths. 1 '7 length< WINNER: 4-yr -old br.f. Rstigoueht-Belleplaine. TRAINER: Mr J W Chandler. 24th Race : HASTINGS HANDICAP—Class •'(" and Lower—3308.88 (3263.86. 3135", S30.MI—5>Furlangs 1 LUNWAYS TIME 1.064 130 lbs Mr. K D Edwards. Jockey Newman. AIM LOW 112 lb* Dr II M Weaver Jock. Bttll FRENCH FLUTTER 122 lbs. Dr. A L Goddard. Jockey Thirkell (Record). PARI MUTUEL Win 311 16. Place: 32.40. 33 16. 3170 FORECAST $98 2R ALSO RAN: Fille D' Iran 12 lbs., WI.I-'I I' Din Jane (96 ( 10 lbs (106 5 lbs. Joseph): The Thing (97 View (108 • 6 U O'Nell); Darham 1): Sweet Rocket (133 lbs Lutchman); Teat Mateh <97 IB lbs Yvonct); Devil's Symphony (106 lbs., P. Fletcher!. START Good. FINISH: Close. 3 length, neck. WINNER 4-yr .-old b.f. Kingsway-Lundy. TRAINER Owner 251h Rare : DALKHTH HANDICAP—CU "A" and "B" Onl Sl.l>6.00 ($335.00. $165.00. $60.801—7', FurlonsREBATE NOTONITE 123 lb* 123 IM Mr M Mr. C A Pcin Bourne Jockey Quested ? LANDMARK TIME1 321 secJockev P Fletcher 122 lbs Mr. V Chase. Jockev Holder (Record) PARI MUTUEL: Win: $9 70 Pluce32.34, 32 52 32 10 FORECAST: $73 68 ALSO RAN Harrowcen 1130 lbs.. Joseph); Pepper Wine (112 lbs. Thirkell): Belle Surprise (99 3 lbs. Lutchman); Red Cheek* (118 lbs,, Newman); Demure (109 f3 lbs.. O'Neill START: Good. FINISH Driving 1 '* lengths. I' : length* WINNER 5-yr-oId br m PBy Up-Baehclor's Dream TRAINER Owner LONDON. Halpn Cow..it uf Pegasus who ti.ieiuid his |ssj ..IHI %  till hat it In plaster has been selected as travelling reserve for the England team to pla> Bsn ury on March 8th. Thiii surprise apart, the England selectors have done a good job. strengthening the two weak1 ^i>*-e<( in (he recent game against W/ftlai and laavla| the remainder of the side unchanged. Re-called at centre-half is 32 year-old Charlie Fuller of Bromley whose long string of England %  I %  "... hnkeii earlier Uils reason by injury. He rtplaeM Dexter Adurru ot lleml.ni wln> hod previously played f• % %  England at right-back. The ..trier change 1, HI the forward line where JiJum> Dutchman of Corinthian Casuals comes in for Johnny Walton of Manchester United. Walton S omission means ttiat thera Is no northern representative In the England side. Dutchman was a member off the Pegasus cup-winning tenm of| two years ago. I The team u. Browne (Pegs | irltan (Bromley). Stra'ton (Walthamstow Avenue), I. Topp (Her. Ion) Fuller (Bromlay); sinter (Brantford) Mortimore (Aldershot). Nobla (Laybmshirel. Lewis (Waltt Cuptain). Duthman (CorinthianCasuals). Robb (Ffnchley) Wales who meet Scotland at 0*1 March 1st have made three changes from the side baatan by England. Trevor Owen a former youth International gains his first cap at centre-half. KOd Peter Recs another VOutB International comes in at outsideright where he is partnered by All.iri,Coes. Team: Williams (Manchester City); Brown (Hayes). Morgan (IvelK Captain); Evans (Bangor City). Owen (RAMC). Robling (Lovells): Rees (Uanldloefl). Coles (Pontllanfrait). Nel>rm (Newport County); Griffiths (I-ovell>; Woosnam (Bangor City). The Sottish team contains five member* of the famous Queen'Pnrk rlub Only one Anglo-Seo".. Anderson of Bishop Auckland Is called upon. Team Ritchie (Alloo); Patterson and Stewart, captain (Queen's Park); Morton (Glasgow University). Coldwell (Kilmarnocki DoharSa (Queen's Park); Hodge (Albion Rovers); Anderson iBishop Auckland); Beg (Vale of Usk). Greirson %  my 'Queen's Park) THIS WEEK'S EOOl HALL DIVISION L M..11.1., March la Kfl Rafataa 0 Linesmen A. Thomas and L ; Campbell. Thuradat. Marrh 13 1 Hull. Hl'Klr, J Haworth. Linesmen K. WalCOtl and G. Amury. Saturday. Marrh 15 Evati Spartan b>Mg4M B Gltnfaa, l.iiiesrm;ii J Archer and C. Roach ford iimsuiN 11. Jin .il.iv March 11 .V-m !>.. avs. Pickwick Hovers. H1l1.1t t. Amory, Linesmen Wednesday, March 12 — Spartan vs. Empire Rataraa %  Hoym Frldat. March 14 — Carlton vs. Notre Dame. Rel. %  :.-, %  0 Ro DIVISION III. Tueadat. Marrh II I^idgc VS. Cable and Wlrelesa at Lod^e l( Hulchinson. Pickwick Rovers ffl EV4Tton ..t KenNaigt.m K.ferec O. Robinson. Rangers vs. PoUCi • Rstfaraa II Wilson. I Y.M.P.C. 'A v Y V (A if t 1:. 1. I Oraham. [Yedm-^Uv March I! Cilbn • \ Rafarag R Parris. I V M I'l • B 1 D latlon i(-d 11. 1 Ki 1 ( nniln-l IIK n v ( %  %  i Hd Boy 81 Oon Raftrai J Archer. Friday 14th Marrh 1 .in Pickwick Rovers at Lod (C. fteferee A T\' Foundation Old Bog and Wireless • Referee H Wilson. Notre Dame vs llarrlon C>'legc at Bay. Referee L Kint' Ragnw' 1' %  ( .; %  1 |aon tit %  f I f • %  %  v MPr • FciiiKt.iKiii Raranv 1 KimINTER NCIKMll. Monday. March 18 COnsbOrm vs. I>Klje al CornbermereSch-iol %  K Wilson. RESULTS OF 2'FIELD SWEEP *'" i ou I0 i" 10 a* •Til in 1.. ft tan 10 M .'.,.!, |„ I. ( M* IMM :4M 24SS DBSS. OSS* MM IIIS'N R\. I 1 hmmmmi " tssasj %  awi SM M I .. 1* *> Mil 1 a M is a :., ... %  ' 4ir it r> %  Ui mi ID an A U MCh \„ T...I l.-.i-t. !" „l NoI UT3 xnt. tin *7i uaa. jvm strrciSTf 1 ri\ii im.T IAII '!' M. t .1 •1*7 M 111 71 ISM Ml .! MM INI 1 1 mi 11 %  *| I TENNIS RESULTS KINGSTON, JVa.. March 7. In iin M 1 artbbeai Tennis : beat Brend.in Mai I Patti 1%  1 t, 4. I 7. 6—0. 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fAOl MX SUMDA1 Ui\ocATE M si.w MAKtll i. MBAKR\DOS&.* Aln'OGnTE tv— —r %  — v snn.l..v M msfe I IMI llc-itional i:' %  I Indie* cannot iI >' thia ments Ol 8*1 senoti.^ i which threaten that Institution wfa inent and ganired But already people are beginning io %  la* BOal Infl statements of fact Rrco"iiiti'.', for ll being mathat Lha !%  I >mforting assurance thai It el much I medical student :n Canada %  red much %  uttf to establish %  I ilege oi •he West Indies than to pi %  keep %  :d Barbados and ether West Indian Gov tnuMnfl BN likely to be approached soon further requ< | %  larger ual grant than the lafge %  UP it now tributes every %  hMttsfl .i .: the dies IH being lurmcnled by fears tailed With .'niitinucd .1,, v.mewherc near the foundations oi the euuc;.onal system the L e* snd Windwards cry %  [of .' Mstanct from other islands to help then train primary school MS, Jamaica hat toui training col'omen and une for man i Trinidad ha by the Government British Guiana has one : and Barb. I AH the others have none. It woul university expend to the IMISIC eti.u .. n-gion. But it ought to tN i n*d by .•li those who supi' approach wheth*ol $53,280 lid to the Univ. n mighl not closer associali' t %  Ol vseancies si Erd Collegs tei prim A tna I "v. ii d l .i '< %  thinly the Us in theae islands breed little cOflfltfi i stall % %  t,. produce citizens even up to 'h admittedly low leva! • triHlucation acknow etged by the %  xpsrl to have beet) reach) m Barbados. Antigua is exceptional in posai small college of lorig stand, ig oiganised by the Moravian Church for training female teachers. But nowhi e else in the Icewa.ds can any other u ong college be found and without i I -operation no tnei ligut c iM be train) d In the tegion. In GP I two year rernraetit Training College. In I' mi a no leaehers have been ssi I for training lince 1946. and tfa pendent on S full ttOH pupil teachers Of whom twenty C g Ul the 2 year course at a time. Condi:. Si Vincent are hardly better than Ul '.minica and the reed ol sdn I ng colleges I r i pecisj leecheri i i %  I rtt In St. because of transpoi difficulties •veil Hi >), hTMsrfe ffriluu Peri /./•". was published by His Majesty's Stationery Office in 1851. It is to be hoped that no delay, similar to that of publication of the Report, will occur here before action ib taken. Attached to the Report, as an Appendix, is a draft Bill for the Preservation of National Buildings. This proposes that a Comnuaaion should heset up to prepare a list oi building! suitable for ration, and for the supervision and pre arvattoo of which the Commission will be responsible "Popular indifference to architecture of all sorts has. then, been matched by oflkaal nafjeet of the need fo r protecting the Island's architectural heritage from damage or destruction", writes Mr Acworth. The present lack of good taste | in Barbados has been responsible for the Babylonian pillar* and accretions to The Royal Yacht Club and Wakefield house, thereby ruining their architectural value. Nor is the Church in Barbados :ipt from blame on this score. Perhaps it is enough to draw attention to the most recent offence of this nature, namely, in St. Mary's Church. This historic church has recently been embellished by a baldachin of elephantine proportions, entirely out of character in such a church. If a baldachin was necessary and this may be doubted by tne -surely ii was possible to design pillars bearing some relation in size to • those abeedj In the church, The baldsChin is a monstrous semi-circular affair, the bop of which cuts the stained-glass window behind it. True, the window is of mi great intrinsic merit, but the architectural result is a monument of bad taste. To add to this chapter of horrors, a screen h,t, been installed with a Rood beam on which the Rood (Christ on the Cross with figures of hisBlessed Mother and St John) is perched precariously. The screen fit may he unfinished) at present lacks enough perpendiculars, and the whole effect is unbalanced and most odd. This attempt to go back to pre-Reformatlon days, when much that was beautiful in English churches was destroyed by furious iconoclasts, Is most unsuitable for Barbadian churches. So far as Is known, the only so called religious servbeing held in Barbados at the time of the Reformation were connected with the Arawak worship of featta. Nor are uhUWlhai here suited to such phantasy as the painting of pillars and ceilings sliver and blue The glowing colours of Medieval Churches with gilded or painted ceilings helped to reflect light in dark churches. This has never been a need in this island, and the result is merely cheap, for aluminum paint is a product of i chromium-plated age and not a medieval one. "To protect and at the same time to draw popular attention to the legacy of the past cannot fail to create concern for a higher standard in the buildings of to-day; and. in turn a greater interest in the quality of current construction cann"" fail i feed a desire to preserve the beet buildings of the past" continues the And. the Draft Bill sounds a te of warning to owners who neglect to maintain the fabric of listed buildings, for under Section 7. power is given to toh buildings compulsorily. The len awaited Town & Country Bg Bill, which would both protect buildings of architectural and historic %  I 1 control indiscriminate buildM on some dusiy shelf It is to be hoped that attention will be directed to Mr. Acuortb's draft Bill. This would little adaptation for local needs. Such a Bill is no matter for political dispute, but should have the whole-hearted rt of all parties. HM IInlul ilimt, u IMghtS ol it %  • .to. ng i Bjot y, he should read ihr •t Mrs Cimni, of Edinburgh, who was repotted io have been drained in an hotel at Klagcnfun, Austria, for hilling a boat* Net umbrella i I (M-upic Ulr MMt sigiiuKance. bui o Ihonv like myself, who were ten-aged when our country was mrsrfuli even if unpopular, Mrs. Camm's act of I.I ,if .o.'l i. h,.rn .• ,. ., rtfimiur ol the days when nobody could .i'.i-ii a Briton uround with iinQtsweajiaa ith an umbrella. For. In those stirring iimollritish malrons at home wielded ihe umbrella like an avenging ord on people of the lower failed m their respect" I du'.y. Abroad II was wielded like a aeoUraa upon foreigmrs who were not aware that we owned the oarth. | J But conductors who rang bells (By \ Mil \MI I GUBBINS) %  iih litlt-n. revolver", tommy gurw viusrs ooaa. of courte. Wc ihiok ifi all part of the fun. don't you* Batlatf KNCOHNTaJt Ye dear. I do. What. nrn. (•Oyoure NatOubWna. are you" tWnk >our .daa of iDrndlng a Splendid.. 1 often read your **}^>j£^£^l£&& Uul your inking, but clean, cracks with decim male foreigners In ban— f> much more entertaining than trudging wearily round stuft> miueunu and staring at rude ptcres you will never appreciate In fact, your difneultlra have Thai u-as .-erw clrtter of him. been dracribed In a **1B ptu*M Why clever' written by a woman columnisi ..„ .,,,., Afirr reckoning the call of her uul you must have My friend accommodaUon, hrr M "; !" cat currency U *o small that tne OmweA Than cHfereat. •. *" e .^ S*F* brtween i hn. 1 met an old friend of baths and bullfights. .u n*x* llliartj Teddy aomeA. she i *^.^.^^ !" 5 t W ..ii* or other RemembeV us hope she wto choose baths. As I underitand It. your own particular problem will be to Una enough money to buy the funn\ drinks In the funny bars at the funny prices charged during the .ne Ul in the paper Do yon? Some limes H 1 uuiu. good always, ' course. rs stor. A Iriend of into*met : ..ihri a few weeks ago. with surname begins i .in M Or la It a W? .. Idea. Well, he knows you all righi Doe$ he? ,<_ bobday season. twfore matrons were safely pobafcl like that. But this chap couple of funny foreigners (n %  board the vehicle were cracked across the head with an umbrelln almost as a matter of routine. Railway porters who UfllQ sutly answers were assaulted so freQsaasiU) ihot nobody took unj noMse '^ lati In foreign parts, the Brltl* matron with hrr umbrella wa* : 'cured as much as Mrs Carrie with her hatchet was feared by American saloon keepers. Not only Continental hotel portlers cowered before the cut and Armed police who showed truculence or j mctvUlt) tor jusl couldn't spenk t igjlafej blw their whlstlss for u %  %  11 %  when British umbrella* A lui led aboul their ears. Next lime a fronUer guard sees .. stern-faced woman in tweeds < arrying an umbrella like n sword. It. had better beware. She will be the reviyrd spirit t of lirilaln unafraid of a Inou-h him if they are armcu PAPER SERVIETTES in Pastel Shades o-. pm IOO. ADVOCATE STATIONERY Broad Street & Greyttone, Halting. Short and fair with iiche. Ring a bU? You m i-ht be able to manage ft r.nos a hundred belta. the Bril wo> bu t after that you h ,' .?!* w 5? y Ui y! l loU i. 0 "" st Xook tound S"rfay for s *(f uk lh l „ B l $** ch "P couple of funny foreigners (male) •""•*" vou • nl *' %  who will offer to pay the funn> Ha$ he.' urlces for the funny drinks for The last time he saw you was J* he ncxt wo weekl In Birmingham Or was It BlackMv own experience of foreigni *t' _. , an, Americans excepted. Is that f hocf never been to Blacktne y are all a bit funny about buyt less with the rise In the cost of living for everybody except certain so-called white coll. r worker* while people living o r."-nslons iinrt on smnll rents hrosn 1 and p'operty hnvo eesn the hardest hit by the high cost of living. Barbados is In none of these respects exceptional. These conditions have been experienced an %  .i n m world today and no class %  Assembly control of the nrn -hanU, as if the expen< ve '-itton known as the Contr< lifnee had not turned buying and \elllng into a regulated system tvhlch bus nlreadv led to the tm1 gence of a new 1 men who would !%  d .. igc or possibly necmrie bankruI f quola* and Impart Itot i d tomoi 1 m The onK ^ ihe SIK mefui meti of rentrofa .ive not been s far easerieneci .11 Bridget.am iieeau* t n %  -ovemment control office coul fford to ride roughshod over the rnereaanti at v.iiuroe lor which ll is I praised by uae very I wnum members and uppoiters of the Uibour Party %  lie disadvantage s and how would prices I if controls were re1 loved' thai .lueslion must bo 'niswered if me government Is to I e blamed for the procedure it low adopts. 1 do not think that eon easily be answered. : or do 1 blame the government 1 bavins imposed price controls i 1 a well-intentioned effort to I ccp down the rising cost in prices huh all of us—especially mcrraoge prosperity Is depen1 cot on our capacity to buy as possible of what they mnj kept down. What seems to me a fair cntlin of Ihe government Is their failure lo recognise that i .ntrols on trade imposed in i.. -elections of customers' demand. which do not impress an unbiassed observer as essentials fo ihe good of life. Cinemas, restaurants and pn vate clubs continue to multipl and there is hardly anyone toe poor nol to have the use of bicycle. We hsve travelled a ton way on the road to a better llf in. Barhados: and we have a lon> w.iy vet to travel ,f we are not l< experience one of those period)' depressions too frequent in our is'and history. There is no guarantee that "0111 %  1 happiness will boil the risein prices which -i eejstroai ami million* o; eMlsrs spent on subsidies hv< boon unable to check is alowt foicing us back to reality. If thf l.ibour Party ill awake lo thill ' us want lo keep pi ices from rising any high*, more progress might be achiever* %  nd more attention pnid to other views than their own. Congoleum... 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UtORQ %  f the %  (OSUlotl M %  %  to %  %  %  %  %  iltnee .| >|.-.,T %  %  %  xpo t mon Iced ne %  B.G's Visible Balance Of Trade "Depressing" %tr V %  %  %  at unfo-tunateU sn^io entrle. too wn Ui than 11.1t t bo un*'nectrd ,1. % %  %  %  me DA 4 ill nt a reas[ % %  %  flrfj adverse trade position HI I Al f IMO, the eal <>( mi*-I.SO0.0OO. of 1,2 000.turtaai itt%  • thai, as I 000000 In tintotal for Our 1P5I over th t of I9S0, Include* .1 p opo '' % %  "t itcm^ I be regarded 1 1 Ipttal expand lure, and thus li :v '> m linnto : hiiifi>%  p cultural industrial le, iuiiidin : nettarlsli snd ler%  %  i" 1 the rts%  i:. iTJ ur un* oorts Is chiefly reoponsiblr for I |ner*>asc In values, but .money In vffct . gpOTU for ST. million on ; the result Ktt main 1 \ports, su b ice Some of ih %  c Incr ac will %  %  ll have Iheir re |] cn"r-t throughi>ut the p es n yar. > wt eSB eal tuny co Bd alts their fu 1 Impact should t>rlnf al". our economic positl n f %  tided the costs of imports in the ftightenhig waj that am have ixpeloncod tor some lim %  past chief Inen ISM i oxi In S baestte ($2| mil:. -165,000). An fecrcase of | mi! v rts : ImportatU' and 1 ;I'oapablf need to expand our out. < ;1 „ i rxpors Mr. Dorf said %  imicii sack and caro%  %  if.t a la n .m I eon* .Ilnw oaH ng the Vi-vm • for mi e-piv-for-less,i k Ihe wil lest and other k>%  > Sited bjf Communist toUtlca 1 agiUlors. ptl >rage. the disregard f r db"p 1 • %  d "1 aptitude near, ho averred. i In harder and more efficient 1 that we can export • *r*Tlall> for high period neesoalti*s. and so avoid getting Into debt waich is what an adverse trade balance means He pointed nu how slue!i Srarh can r e the cost of our Imports, by m-tancing that slower h iidllnx of ships' carnasaae m re expense to the ship extri port du- whar'a~e and so n, which in turn causes the ship %  me to nse '-eght-i nd thus the dec ease-1 eflori or Increased overtime on the part of th" water%  nt worfcemakrs the very 1: • went on to emphasise the seed for coipersU*s effort pad p inted out that while no of omanistng ability on the part of the ase cu fl v s u of any use mil K put Into efficient prae'ee 'ight down the id work by th" rank and "le can be mullifled by inefficient mBnagemerrt ^ £vuuf Soiik of \ GODDARD'S GOLD BRAID RUM 3 Li OVB/t yectAA old JhalA whi JwuAcuidj, to-daij ate tiuauing as 5 mahiAnd •\ J-lavoiUi



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Rt\n\V M \Rf || ,, | S: ; SUNDAY ADVOCATE PACE urnt Monumental Masterpi eces K> NKVI1 LI. COWHJ. __ %  *IN TMK ChrtabOM Number of Country Life there appeared an i-xcellt.nl article entitled "Monuments in Barbados" bv Stewart Perowne and illustrati Ml article which every Barbadian writ take an intaraat In Ihii island ihould read Caonto Ufa a i • Lne of the hicheri Handing, WMCb by connoisseurs and writers of therefore, a compliment in Barbados church monument ,,! to a wider we should bo grateful to atr Pw m w a a, ow %  W* C tor his wisdom and skill. His article is well Illustrated by photograph! taken bv Mr. la;.; Currr.ichaH, of the local Department of Education. I We aiv rorclbb reminded bs most rapadou* I posses* portrait sculptor of hi* day. hurch monuim: p "p loven beyond our short-*, (later Ck-vrge iVi. Pitt FQ*. -f our hcrlta... Bcnjai in Wert ft<\ wc must guard the ,. %  lUted by Notlroda>\ BOP it SI ("'-„ %  Parish being taken 11 |he Hon'blc Richard ere. and the turn %  ••,, thrw-quar*. pv. % %  -,. %  %  TOT, -nut against hll and such munu lenl cfeasrsnlng ana preserved lor pa %  enne%  -"rk. Un. :• I' %  '' % %  : %  > l: • %  -VLL;. ;irnt ;' i %  % %  probable, that this was raided holding %  wn In the Ciithedral. Mnt. Laetitla Austin, the wife "I John Austin. Ordinance Surgeon, has a simple •"blet which it the work of John Baam the younger. "This amiIhle and accomplished woman •arrived from England in September. 1801 and wag removed by a fever Nnvr. the ltth followin"' The loai to her contemaa short a sojourn <>icr.h.i l>pen of Inestimable valua to posterity. For. had she outlived the "disconsolate partn.iof the "tender tho' short Deed union", or, had he survived a longer union, it Is unlikc-lv vounger Baron would hnv" been commltsioned to com%  the "best beloved !" ST. >lii II \i I \ i ITIII mt\i vr. I.I:OIII;I:S III! Ill II 3 Men Head A Picture (and i> .i whit m.-.i •( ga saSMl H* J\MI> B\KII 1 I I i ninot read .nid. in ihe aw %  %  InJ si %  pnlirt.na pou ike u OM BOOTS FAMIL. LINIMENT ^ HI tal^lS I I I ;. Pat l a h hu e, I •I * 5 3 ;. ;I st i ., ,,,. .' **• %  N' ti :, JotBta, •; ftpraaaa, Mraw i %  4 hiltii.iiis t. ;. .* i... NearM i ; Baent to : %  ., I :, %  I 1 ^ and COVei • I r %  rostehUh, i ^ etc. I whore I I \ %  a I > skin i I %  %  he Lu ; •: ;. Lying. htstoehw <>/ ftunton, n.d els ft ___. .... rhat fh, pkfMff Bteei W dafe II S Jg Hi %  >" %  lorattoM. II, Mid— % BOOTS K.nih Unimem i X > scollent (<>i pain THE prince was not much > more ihan five Years old. but i ft Ulo Hffl ed just as it he w. g grown up 1 here was no special costume for .lhiliiivn untd the second half of the eighteenth canturjj Forget ahout %  plctuie twing There hi %  for i to "lake <•" .i Hi""! pietun Nearly every painting, instant. i^ an hbtortea menl idled with clues about | ions, nnd ordinarj I dUeus-ed this pictiio 1' !-. t %  %  • it the RMBUJ h> V. la/.iue/ I' don Wall Ml *ilh a at difTfrent people AH %  aw ddfen'nt things to for family fitness tt*rmiie n %  good diatary tourca of Viiamin B. A little added to Stewi. Soups. Saucss. Gnvtat and Ssvoury d %  Son.i • nir ohurchyaros are ~ IB SSt untidy slate, overgrown by Thr ^. U ?"*** ( S 4 Ph ll 'P„, m^Ji an d grass with munuseined the island s interests In meats and gravestones fas' de'-""on. as Barbados> Agent fot oaytng The blame for decaying manv Years. His wigged hend monumenU and fcTuveslone* can"PPT" !" > %  medallion not be laid ut the door of pres ?"" %  whtc h is'JurmounU.-d by ent KaMai or of present incum., ''inerary um. At the base of bonts. Hut. they can I*blamed ^" l Brfl h ^ aile t "l 22 ^ 1800 l; ntacott R.A. (1775-1826). studied by Wostmacott, *' Panels with mourning angels ..jrks to his crislit "^'I'IK OB oxtUVgulshed torches. id Westemblematic of dopartod Ufa, „N III.' sllghtJy smaller. thai usually i .lu. h wwld I* i prince (Kbert l^inraiter lakinp an architect's oteu*. said — IT is o dull picture architecturally—but even so. without knowing when or where it wa* painted, there are clues in the background. i'e, a bom Barbadian of .vhich far inwards %  BT u I. I'l-rowne „„,„, Mablc um Roman under his father and later under writes that Gibsonmouniiiig M i KRP .t that the building -i as-, i % %  IPSnl ID "in ilmil ... %  -mi. •***__... boa] which the Mediterranean zone. sshlrly and squarely for neglected gBOjVeyard* anil for allowing turnar decuv of moiiunienlSjMj sravoston.-s. This can and should be remedied. Further, the sides and odces of monuments within churchf .ire often found coated with Wash a-trie result of the church !>cing distempered. This has hapM'ii(-t recently in Si Michael's (' %  •hedral and in St. George'I'.i AM arently. st.-i %  % %  rsmsdy on the Thomas Hamson Monument in the Cathedral lt> border Of on*. ed wrtli pink, white and.* lastly, vnllow •.'.• %  h|sBperiii k Prrowne. In hll article. attention to the fad that monuments have a douircst they illustrate the igtorj of in English coiit. hev-da> md thev in< ,. iin work of %  he I—• nown English the 18th and early k| BBUlpton mentioned II were influenced bv the revival largely popuIn Rome bv Antonio 1-^7-1822). The aflecAt'ie funeral VSnOS, col^^^H stelae and the draperio ••' esj^mal sculpt il n ^^JBld-Victorian time by t in ova's Fi %  %  and C %  The English Chur chee I bv now. their fill o rnonuii %  %  . write* Mrs Evioile—such was not th Barbados, where *ucce< anes and f I ueii havoc. After n Id%  %  •• %  lOnuments declines Onj, ....,. date here worth menme eTeded as late so lir Thomas Gilbert G MT in the CsSBssflsssI ~* is in excellent Me Richard Salter. 1776. "an unbiassed upright MagUArate, %  .. : ; .i.%  %  %  %  m ;>n NoUakens R^.. was the most fashUM pillar sits (igure a reals on her kr excellent, draped a look whloh U> be bottleglass rmdows. If you study v of glass you can track pot.Mi.le date of build•.king at their eiadOWB. STMM II A II S CAIIIKIMIAI. ^f Canova at Home. During his stay a "8' 1 %  a almost exact copy in that City, he gained ihe ilrst of the right-hand panel Cold Mcial of the Acudemv of by h '* nuister. Here. I differ Then St. Luke offered bv the Pope. Ho with Mr. perowne. Gibson was in the f" 1 "* 1 became an R.A. in 1811. undoubtedly familiar with and the hlntoi influenced l>y his master's work, down the Theie nre two church rndnubut the BoveU angel Is much l(UD> bj I Westmacotl; one in St. weaker work than that of the George's Church and the other dexter panel of the Stuart MemThost projecting gutters sugin St. John's Church. The George orial. both owe their origin to gest that there is often Man Hall monument in St. George's classical sculpture and there I rainfall. The pitch of the root Church commemorates Ihe tenth think the resemblance ceases. loo. U so steep ihat Ihe hmld and youngest son of William Hall log is somewhere likely to have of Tulley, County Donegal), n Olher Monuments mentioned snowfall—auch as any high vilMerchant of Bridgetown. The by Mr. Perowne In his article lage in Italy or Spain Mi r .. % %  .( %  !.! \-. %  •: % %  .'• %  maiI h and are the Boonei inanjui eat h UM ._ „,.„ ,, „„ u surmounted by o viwr, beCathedral, by an unknown artist. ,Jf^ te L !" gLSPhFE£. th the > rtpunqarethi Ball Om AUejps D numnni In %  ) %  ",' '. HBC -S ad CTW -n,i Arms. Mrs. Pfnder-s JamOB'l Church by Lancashire. \ W L U !" / l,ls /X UE2TS %  . .%  • t in Si John's Ohurch and the live tablets by C. Rossi '."* •l i , m f * 'X KSSST this lady's reThese and other monuments will Carpswlo—about 1 a.,1 ,n the bloom of youth be discussed in to the regions of eternal bliss". She died at the age of 30. In tho year 17M. It is a very beautiful iigll awripUan Apply %  ; •; I l.iiunieii' ,' I I %  ihe but spplj I cold cream to I %  nnd llchtly J I esses Regesan F.nnii %  vlnf n ' I rmtti Dti not ^ ippb the Unlmant immed\ v 1 Rer shing. Allow 0 V hair nn hour to | A lefoie Opplytni it to the I I part ;I BRUCf WCATHfRHFAD LIMITED BOUtBI Atentv ntHHS I'l III UHl (. CO. Fnsland. HimlekSle Price on Jpplieill.ili Useful . SICK ROOM REQUISITES EMAMI 1. HH( PANS HYPODERMIC >^ RINGI S HttT WATU RAGH A THERMOMETERS I (iMIIINATION Pfl.SE GLASSES SVRINGF FEVER CHARTS HOT WATIR BAGS MEASt'RE GLASSES IM NIOI'IIJ.II f I SIIIONS TRINALS \iti'.ii/ M %  Mil f'HE CANS Hll BS (OB ATOMIZrKK SI R(i|f AL SCINSOKK KVM.II 1 S LTD. %  ...'. %  ,-. ',-,'*','.',-.', -.%'.*,-,',-.'''i**'*'''*'*'*'*'*'*'*'.;:;',;',',;;'*',' PRICES? ST. later arUclr. JOII.VS this Velazuues -and of Canalett*. ears after." bopa inted about 100 ment. Above The inscription of the Plnder memorial Is a nursing ltd I child who pulls at her robe. Behind MM head, there Is a halo with six stars and the 7th parti. mncealinK th. der. This n symbol of the Madonna, and an allusion to the Revelation, where she f 12 stars .. i %  I w %  depict the Ma" the lnfan' .!, St. John the Baj'. • srd on the monument ol any "hihhen left t Mrs Phider and whether her hMtUjea are aiose of the Madonna, as was sorne%  case. Is not known. The thud work by Sir Richard Westmacott in this Island is the statue of Viscount Nelson DO Trafalgai Bquara, • ad In ItM A the rasufll i W< rtmaentri i Nelson in Hiimingham and Barbados, he was commisdoned aaacute the colossal 4 Achilles in Hyde Psrst. With Flaxman. he caivt-' '• reliefs for the Marble Arch. John Gibson (1790-1866) likr i pupa of CM boon is represented hore by a memorial to Francis BoveU. %  in ol H.-nry BoveU. who died in 1823. The monument is signed "GIBSON SCULPSIT ROMA which is interesting, since he %  11 ,i f i.\ M' ii' Rome. He became a Royal AcaTHI ROY ELL MEMORIAL demirlan in 1836. and was tho Sculptor: Gibson. first Englishman tt> introduce colWlth Anel of Stuart Memorial. U r on his sUtues, and quoted ST. JOHN' ( llfRCII—West Wall 81. Peter's, Rame the Creaks as his authority. —by Rlrhard WestmacotL Sir Alfred MnntURlpl TAKE ADVANTAGE OlTHESE I AHEl'E. I I till I • ATIES .iit-prc.idVm of the Koiml Aradstnu and a oreat horse-Ioesr %  f painter of horse*. jTau wouldn't enaei I orse oung pi %  i ..tush pony—prolwbly of not || MndJ Crosswith an Arab strain uld 'end to pp.hu i -i i I AID TAFF1 i \ i.aii\ eolaured ilemlniia—$1.46 to >l L'7 ihe ex ccptiunally shlck. ho.' 1 was common at that t.ii" was not until two or Urnndred years later that th..tire arose of thinning th PLAIN ( III IM ut lllurk. Tni|n I l.i \\ n Himil UM yd. M I HI -ill rink. Hill.$1.72 Ii. $1.41 lllur. Niuut'l*. A.|ui-$2ll In < KETONNI hum $170 In $3.54 In tUt yd The ili'lulll of Ihe head, the mi .quarters, and Ihe harnew bi^auae Ihcy are Ihe re>uli $ I'l.AII. I.IM.IIAM—4 n. •, l Ol His IMIISI-l unite otMervation. Want In Knuw More ? LOOK up these book II 'he local library or at the .ookellers : — FAMOUS PAINTIMiS t y Alii. Kli/.ibilli I ii.. I .Mardoiiald, M. THE DOMINANCE OF SPAIN, by Brian EtMd (Coiluio. of •'. .'. W o I d i ffarrnr. ici. M> PLETCIIER'S lllnory of Architecture ilul.fordf DOTTI.1) MI'SI.I.N— SI.Ill In M "II CURTAIN NETS /In 3 8 II to I/M. II\SMI in Ml dinio UM (.nun is .-mil Largi 1. 1 WHIM SHARKSKIN W wide. Per YJd $2.14 WWII V.All I I PIUl'l 'n"ulc. Per Yard $2.44 1.97 CREl'i HACK SATIS 36" wide. Per Yard 2.03 PLAIN ( KI Pi H \< K SM'IS .." nidc Per Yird I 59 CAVE SHEPHERD & CO.. LTD. 10-13 Broad Street VMM 11 SHANTUNG 36" wide Per Yard $201. $1.50 % I'l N IM i :, Pci y.ir.l 2.03 Sll MYRA CRI Dl CHTNE 36" wide Per Yard 1.45 II Mill Mill11 I I 11.1 HAH A It • %  %  BOCIETT WHICH FUNCTION* EXACTLl RKAI1Y TO ASHIHT YOU TO OWN VOI K OWN IIO HE THE SO* IETY REUt IKES THE INVESTMENT OF EI'RTIIER CAPITAL IN IIKIIES TO WLVE THE HOI SINO PROBUiM IN RARBADOH: BAKHAIHyNAND "Mil iARE %  'l; I' AS i I. IIII1IM. Ml Hill RS: HOMES HAVE BEEN I'.I II I IN BARBAIHIS I III' 'I'll no -III II I 1 M. READY INTEREST!!!' BAPNKi; B'rLDIrlC 1'HliSE MS. P.O. BOX .1 ART SILK BRIM AIM in Pink. Blue & While—5c. la PLAIN SHANTUNfi—Cirrv only— $1X3 lo $1.44 PLAIN SHANTUNfi—Blue, fireen. Row and Mustard—$1.12 to $1.20 l III (SI RESISTING SPUN in Ai|iia. Rose and Rim—$1.77 to $1.44 Ladies HATS—$2.00 HANIIBAfiS— 2 lor • ART SILK HOSE—I/pair NYLON HOSE—$1.00 pair BKASSIIRES —Its, and Sic. pr. lienls' BATH TRUNKS —$6.00 lo $100 ANKLE SOX (Special OlUr) —30c. pair Woollen SOX— $1,211 to 60c. pair T. SHIRTS—llenriiis at 90c. Kllllll II POLO SHIRTS —In White. Tan and Grey, —$1.37 to SLOB. Horizontal Striped T. SHIRTS —Assorted Colours. Special ..Her—$1.75. While Collar An... lid shirts -1 on to $3.00 Woollen SPORT SHIRTS ideal for Tennis and Cricket —$5.5$ to $3.0. Woven Poplin TUNIC SHIRTS 12 collars)— $6 55 lo $4.50 MESH VESTS—$1 $5 to $1.00 MESH SHORT—$1.5* to $1.00 SHOES—$10.00 to $5.00 Indies' FANCY SHOES $H.2H to $6.00 — with hint, heels—$5.7 lo $4.50 Ladies WALKING SHOES $*.68 to $7.00 Boys' TAN SHOES (sixes 2—5) frofn $5.14 lo -I no Ladies' GOLD KID low heeled Shoes—from $6.68 lo $3.00 HARRISONSBROAD STREET wssw+'ssssss*: '.;*,','.',•.;;;',•*','+'*•*•*•,;•*•*'.



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H.INDAV, MAHCrl , 1*52 -I Mi\\ WIVOCVTE i-vr.r M\Y IIMIHII I'liHIII CHURCH SERVICES '. JAB Tn 1 m li %  I %  I CraaBy Mumrr *H"iH DISTRICT tarn! M. A I. M.%. I kU %  ... **v : TBama. Hol CMBWilon Hi mi ^i > MBSjBJ MM row ROAD* ,.jJJJ^TO Major Mr. v C 'nOBTowN CWTBA1. II %  m rachn*u V.*er1lna\ 3 p in VMbm T p m *t*tv*tir>n rn*A<-o*s MAJU, %  B moroH mm Haslnaa. Ma*.** ) p i**i.n J p m mmmtm iHt-Miiii s, Major on*. II '"-TOWN %  1 am Holiina Mp.>.ir,(. j p m %  I'^HSM" M t M '' rtUtAOIEtl V Captain BUM-. Hum Hallitra. M.HTJ. 3 | m Mratini. J p n. Sal* anon I'RKACIIEII Ur.il*..-nl Hi •*• ITTTS VaUaAGI 10 • %  i-"l II a oi Olhuiv "••*. ,i-. I i p.B i m iii f c**ii ...i it Mni-i i HI K H Taar ...i MkMsUv School .. m M "U. in . .. „, Hprci.il W, * 1 IS p m < "r. Mai torn lh* I --Learn* I "•>4 On Tund.1.1 noil T> r* lntt*el la IIM to ).* %  i" H IM P "i Tn,, *ait,--.o nm* H un4*r u>* 'pon^nnip o is* F\*S*m*n*at Bapiwi OKI* v Holm M.rtli>. I'tu-Aoncn c.pi Mf*i" I p m p m Salvation l Itouin. IIA1J. rivlrr. pinrfHai Mi MiWTOOMHtY T p %  ••> MJ A. FhtUtp* "UK ] pm T p m evvniiii !.*i A All** n* '•Mi* UgU. t|* SWvnhaf BtrvtM. %  ANGLICAN T. r.u i t JO. n, l. IJUUn. BaMfiin Uaa* Srrnw".. J School .ind Chtldlm **t mrri-i Crr0.OOO homr*. farm*,, jud places of buxines*. (Photograph courtesy of Pocir W Mi|>pl* Which produces rlr.: Fscil.r Gu and Electric Company Gas and Electric Company) The Wonders Of Electric Power i. w ii %  i *..i -• % %  i in fctatii* -nS tnMa. 1 p a* • . *n4 Bunpin Pii-Mkri %  1-41. -ilrr. liir Krv J U Ui-ulM*T l**tSll HIHrl J' i 01. Biown* MH IDTAMINT i ill • l> til" t.nn AlVMt HUAO lv> in V.U, HCIi-J. %  %  DtVlpa M\k-r 1 IN I PI I. II Suuu.x i* 4I4-. BANK I1AIJ. II m rkiimVlvrt Up* UllMMl fltfcuol I IS p > DtVtr* 'srr\ir H*v. MH l-> I; Bfi H H I %  ... %  Thankt p m. Olvln* Brr* llv. R II Wnlkr. MIM.I*r-lni l>*rf. CU\ ROAD II n m Divine Srrvi... i %  %  Bundar **• %  ? ia p m IXM— Ha* i \i v %  -. Mi i I. i I • kan> %  Ld>y p IU %.ik.i. Ii..n?h VI lin\ tkli i HI II I *.. >o ml Pia-harfert CnatMr R-. IOM. iad IM I aV mo B It Ha] B!HH3!H!H!R aiein^'ted to sefi4| nowforaFREECOP* of1hisnewbeautifull|, illustrated catalogue of 80 pages of first fluality merchandise. COTHIMG %  UW f> HOUSfHWO 00O0S. LINEN. CUTIEKV. CH.4A 1 GIASS. KITCHEN UTENSIIS. Oil tURHINO ( EaauctiMfiuNOS FMiCY COODS CMIIRAS l!*THE COO0S. /A. HM O IMi. / ^B4. WATCHES t C10CHS .Tje. <'' GOODS SaC tTOYS I00KS. %  UHCMW miwum LENNARDS LIMITE BRISTOL • ENGLAND .'&*'*:;'.;'.'.', v**. • 1 1 HI MI H or 1 nai'i -ai MUM I1IJ,'1.-. t pa** Ba* MTBB4. w*-'" a pan A .:... %  rlai In MNIUV MAHCH . IU. • k)fl at I...... HfllMH MAM %  .*!•> I*I Da aid H atk* Maiwtai < IMalaM • % %  i.iaa*4 i u. r MMM %  inajl ik* BibU r..r 1 Him liv*. .oi IIMIV*. and ! %  ** o* 1 an) lrit<>al U-t 1 (H III \\ II NNINC.S .mil JOHN WESLEY NUHLE From COI.LIFR S MUM, lp;icliin(t children to fly company Kites safely, advising fanners women ;.t when to plant their crops, and Ing house even tieLpUlK to CMHIVCT babies, feruif fro I i-elatiunship between and givci the wastthe employees and the customers to person uikmen have carried Battre than %  I childM-n fron burn' '."'1 wv-r shutdown In U yean. revived p> The aovernmeni of the United .il*o produces elcctrn treatment > ad by tin -_ injured In tcUk Gas and Electric Comlie Pacific i-, strong. Not long ago. for Inor otherwise ill. Kle-'Tn Company stance, a maintenance crew pre%  1: Uta company. Ita 2,280.000 customers paring to shut down the power Every RMUBUU vt I Ida cantat %  <•< %  dMW U copel lUon m other natworic of gas and decen a main line to make repain medical kits for such emcrg. %  unoni the principal users ,ei which would circle the saw a man frantically waving There also is speeinl KIUIL Itne ** % %  -ilmost three times. In his arms at them He persuaded to revive persons who^e breath!>* % %  <-**"%  laed the United [ company recently the crewmen to delay their work UU | has slopped ., in n-n ', pipe line carrying t ,nr howmg them a home-made case of apparent dronmUag or prunes, apri.ots, yvalnuts. ted craft In line carrying aher iboe/ing them ;i home-made 11 1 from the states of uuuhatur, healed with six small ( .l*,-tti< ;.l shock. TJ rtlchoki Vxas and New Mexico. 1.600 electric liahU. which he had conduty of the -n peas, lira away. structe deaerl Kleeu-ie is the story of the peedown 0 srope before a gathering | uw ^ Vll lay**. During these ElectTK powei has man) IBM pie who work for il and the storm found a bridge washed out. n]iuira i disaster-., gas nmj wnU-r %  jorvice ihey give. Four thousand With six feet of water In the Jfnw burst, power transmission UllhU foi drrUU and UnprovtOg company ..ulomobiles and tnicks fast-rushing stream, there was line* fall under the weight of flee, fan Mowers for drying hay tuii througn towns and valleys or no way for Hie "heep to cross. mow and lcet and fU ^ t (oerati la OM barn. ItatH saving the hlghInio the California mountain The rancher explained this to lo(t oor ,| ( y^p CO mpnny sent Utf coils which .-pead th.' growth patml the electric llnea and stopped the iurblne general(MI0 mpn (nU> Bn nva w| ... If while small ships ton In a short time the water mqn |hail |00 brPak3 in he h . |gra< K 111 th.rivers and bay*. The drained out of the stream and ,, d orrurml] Snowtho. tag* The rancher herded hiahe.-p telephone mMm. MM the dry bed Meanwhile v ,,„. „„„.,, ,,, disaster crews, lre-figliiing. t her e was no Int^P>" "J | ,Qd medical flrst-aid units alelectric service to thousands of i, ndElccmc may be found uthe snlacular way the "•" remained steady because rr.r^e P Th.n! P a^ suhititn-. power source. ^ %  \ of ta '^nTv. ?SSK w ; aa^ea woman III. took over her market% %  pWaogwut rattle nakes. builda I J^i! lit rSiiile ^££F?T9mfi£ ". ^r a week. Another whOBB Ini '' %  %  '"i, f" 1 it has 128 private'lakes •'* %  ""*? tll l wa , k „ D .. m ,. r u Dm ,„ various birds i Pectrlc f eaaualB. asrul g"^^ 4<0^f 12^ in aT^i^^ rii^HititailA trnaplantl.. San to >ta ITSBB workers horsepower in iu electric lines, f^,,,,, 1 ",^ ^" b ab,e, wh"-n i a svice I mmunitle. The 17000 employees of the doctors were unable !o reach the l*r-ome a routine p.irt of the >ry job cranoonv perform such services mothers in time. There have main! ' Ul1 ""•'•>as hatpins; > hnueewua to bake a been numerous instances where l ; "• -•Francisco, with a pop [I I.M'TRlt iTYl arc ready, and lliey have customers, because another pow. record of saving a life every erhouse 200 miles a*ay had taken dropped from an aim day. _Eng.neers tnraP*Mc Om up the increased toed. y#| „.„{£ lo th ousa, lu :s 0. i Rub that Si iff new. Out of Your I mills with JHAI.I III Al I Vt. OIL It piiietrutes quickly to soothe and stimulate . your tired icliin. musaja MAGI : The Athlete's Friend 7*isr 01L # ; fiJEP with the HiP BEST naoooKi AI %  aaaoLoai ranm anu i ii AH jnd itaaB IIFLMI RA lllsriMPIB In >ll .ludw SNOMCEM lit W-lb and ll?-lb Tin. wiirrt: LrAi> — PUTTV nun I % % %  anas nnv IVUIlKt — I4.\ttu <>u. I IHCII * IN Oil. — HAMUP AI'l.R I !• HARDWARE Jffig CEWEBAL HICKCTT STREET tOpposlle Po.t Oflice) PHONE 4918 j FOR COMFORT RIDE A HOPPER BICYCLE H£s 1 HAKii.lNa Ulillo tboy lat! Su:ii English Calvanlssd Shetta: 0 ft. $3.97 Nett Cash per Shaot %  ft. $4.63 Sett Cash per Sneet 8 ft. $5.27 Nett Cash per Sheet Galvd Nallo all ,tf 44 'Sr, ; A. BARNES a CO.. LTD. JACK HOiSXI Bt MIXED FRUIT For GaVlBBS V f# f Vfc.V HUN I 1/ti.l: I',. II1.ANC MANOK-J>k:. :IHX-'OMEI---Tli IKISKK'l I1KKF 'In HAM ROLX Tin. 1.1' KII AI'I'I BS Til CBAPIA %  niAWiii nun I.ACTIMIKN T.i l)X TIINCIUKKTin. IIAKK1) Rl I.OCKTAI1. SAUSAGES —Tin' tfll SANUWICII SHtKAD—Bui SALAD CREAM—Bol. OLIVES H"' IIDHSF. ItAUlSli I YORKSHIRE RELISH I C.T. ONIONS HERRIIS Urn I.ARl.KY WATER—Bol KITTHI I IICCALIU ; NKffTLE'S FOODS Foi IIAHIES I llll. BARBADOS FOUNDRY LTD. Whitepark Road 0*^.^<**^**.-a/;co-^^ ^•''V<*vv*^-v*r*vvy>'*v*'*vvi'*'^^ O-CEDAR i. n i. it t: \ \ u i; it K i i; I'M llhl\s A #.. 1.1 It. POLISH THE POLISH FOR BRIGHTER HOME O'CKDAK I'OI.ISII I"/ tin. r w 32f l2-,w. lins 'u. WK 2-pl. lins '•! I..'U KIII. Una 'u M im tfCBiai MOPS— $1.(5 WET MOPS ii Ml and SI.52 r l^-l u. supply your rcvjuiremenls. PLANTATIONS LTD. Roebuck Street — Dial 2072 & 4502 nuo.xK EJSl CONTRACTORS and BUILDERS We are in a position lo ,-xeiulr r**> Order* lor i he follow Ing :—PAINTS—from il,. 1,,-si Mjumlcetiireii KALVAN1SKII COKRI'tlATKI) SIIKE1S— 2t fauge NAII.S PIPE in nil sires PIPE FITTINGS I EFANDEO MKTAI. REINKOKt'lMi KOI1S CEMENT Sr,I ,'itrly lor Yulir K,,|iiii,'l„rnls BARBADOS HARDWARE GO. LTD. No. IS Swan SI Phone 2107. 1106 or 3531



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I U.I Hf.HT %  1 Mill ADVOCATE SUNDAY, MARCH . ltt CLASSIFIED ADS. PI win SALES \\\oi\ri;w\i. roii HEvr TELEPHONl im. DOD ,. Wr.tbury odoi* EateU* olditw of thiUl TMOnMI kNV late mMnx%  MwyvlUa". fti Htm Michael, .it 4 in ,\Ks .. .11 .in — *. I • who —it card*. tnNlM | -> rnpatBtard i* I berean ... I,.,.'.. I aBBS) Bnvivl Tb* ". %  -f Mra. l-.liof Ht CUli i Church itrf illy Mil mo l" otut I* o re—l ai i •* in* Heath tCMMrvnl Gl*d>i Brown*, gybi IN | M.,, tw~* UN 111* BpS. ..n-.l -— grtUi Thr Mil. to* hard to rlm-b II* fOOtly tWW her .Irrping >• And whlapefed peace be thin* Sh* lcr-il .md died r.. (rumd Fvrr li. be remembered b.\ Mn Gwendoline Dot tin and family. %  I OH SIM AUTOMOTIVE CAR—Opri Car .M Ml. ka M work frRtanasr. Apply: I. C Warner. iTallnri t a si—v REAL ESTATE CHEVROLET (AH Mod eonditwn and < Ul'HTEfiY (.AHAt.l CAB—PoM F u fo tt IBM Model Tyr*-e*ka BM NOW Bolatry Eaoeiin.i v.Kiitawi CHI Kirnm. Dtp! till I fSX-l.l priori i a>W order OWBH k" In* Mil I TliIU*M dwelling houa* eundlng on I tf 1 mod 1 perch** of land near Pitt* village, st. j>> The dneutng IM.II** I* lonatrurted of •tail. c-n. rate •nd Pafdw iiu a Water, electric and 1*1*lo lh* *** 1 Ullt wj..*n* r**i ,1 land on the eoaal St. JtlDM loppneil* U>* Rlak Ulna Koui*. MM HiKMrtf nwlil Bungalow tbrreoi Wal*r aid electric •rvlroa init.lUd 1 AM aiuir* (**i of land on In* o maa t K Ja" lapp m i* i Ru> 4 a Km 8P>, perch** ol arable Land ihc bark of *M Hi.k (Writing hnuN. Far inspection ippl> lo Mr C. A. COpptn on th* premier*. Teleph.i.i* 01 SO or further parlH-iLira and aal*. apply to; 111 II III-.M.N > \M I i as-sn ADY washing n return •t Juno. July or AN'H a* lompanlon. Cover '•a •Wm la* pnaaag* Bo: I'l III II VIM II I N CARS—IBM Hup** dd U* iV g u p*r d* Lu* Pord Hal. Both ui vary food condition F.-rd Head Coup* iviM Ch* itll-IM Morna Mm., tailat. IMS Mom' Minor .ml*. IBM Ford Va Dm K*-U*t rodMkan. ISBP J :>M Cnrratar Sedan. 1MT 14 00* mllaa Fort Hoyal : ihacr 4PM p h. ad Coup* BUIUrtTfO BPOT A desirable b tng apat trn-N .1 llriiteix Hill i to Mr lataur-a Cav*. ov*r-tn. UwRorkWy 0*l C".r> and Na%> G.tidano, r-"l"l •* apvrotunaU-lv IT aW ) ft For further parliciiUra. app,, jpKn Corbm. r o T Orddaa Grant. Ltd %  1 M-iSn 1'AK CAR: I9M Fard Cfhaul. tandar B.tUO MlMa. I MaaMaat old rkawrd. !•*•** ria> **..-• ay.,1 VAN—ins • CBENI-ZEIt (hat daairat Inarhoua* ovaibaohina 11.. an a* Un a ay Chrlit Ch built of ii-mrii tuut* atandlnd on Two Roodi It*. vnrMof land ranlainlnf %  pen \rriandaii. iii. i-a and pa* hud) UK ben pauitn. aarafr. an room, water and rlartrlelty Tha wtll kr art up for aala at Utr uda.* w f in* .indenifned on Friday 14th Mareh I iVi-i In th.%  Itrntnaa Inapeetkaa inv day or, apUcaUon lo Iha occupier HAYKFS A (JHIFFITII, — Ui M u ia. No ELECTRICAL HIIMir TRIMtdErl-eWrt'lraJly nper ai*d, 17 in blade-* OUHTESV (iAAQE, Dtal 4te %  S taV-4M ttm ha* gotia iahall %  l*av> ***•> .ul atar.de 1U-II it st II In chernhad ntflMV * laor baawad huaband Clan n a-I A-vhl.Ji \.ho .lied •uddenlv at Iwane in IlronXlvn NY. USA I'll. 11*01. At." 41 of -added llle i mi ilnrU** ana And day by day ill n.iaa htm A. I -aik Utiouftfi Ufa afcaa*. Ood look him horn* it ••> ID* will But in IT. heart M llvolli rtlll iie.rt h*> fo-o(!r.i liv .mil oeji -ife Hakma Idnach a i *iac-in law Mn Hone Innln*to>. "I tHeiilyn < ... | \!„ •Mi ol uid Ramembianie a Radio Orpor' inrr.i Exactly a> choaara b Btaaideaaiina Auuvaeitiaa m Jantaiea. Brliwh Otitan. neltl.l. llonduraa. Alrka rle after n*td l*H IHoady world w-id* i*c*pti.io (tiaranlaad. ra Lad H %  HOUSE: Brand n-w. ample 1 badrooan out*, all rnnvenle-cea. with partyaired livinc rooto. o|a veiandah. kn< ha titlHW room Oaraca. Uuntfry. ml TO c la n and atoraK* room tinda ttracUra blll.ld. .He Rorkl*. New Co.. Ud. Plal 44MI ••FYE" IIATTEMY RADlOB-d Volt. J"l artlvfd. a Unut*d quantity Call ear*? Ir s Mafln A Co. Ltd FURNITURE Broadwood Grand PIANO IB Sood orddf *1 Ralph Bedrd'a Bhawraama To be ileate-l al rlMK UU In ^na al" and th* rlaaranee Aaao Chii At Ralph A Banrd"*. %  Cablne* Irom %  Idiwrr Bay Btrcft POULTRY ...1 tjp rh ApplF • a a.—in MECHANICAL I (JllASS HAKES avallabk (ot Iml '— %  < utlitaf-y It ft warkliva wvdth 8. t in. traaaport andth-CourtaaF •fa, Dial U • 3 U *" v.ae ..tva M-4h*r MUtlAH I SFARHOCK Tha Hpoii.iek'. Farmly ay | MJk a %  IdUTB WtAB IIIIKIM i.i.l • CLUB F.ieellenl bulldlna ait* (or aala, Rood -Idmlial %  rctlon. adjolnlnf north Of Oolf CBtarPB, HVOd Ma t price lla aaa JOHN M Bl.ADON . te 04 1 %  SIIf.n BOUkGS -.Mlr^.TRdJUf, aUo%t MaaaioUa. F Telenhone and wale Tairpbon* till Iha Saa. joat %  bad. raactneitr •"torn Mareh NOTICE do not hoM nurwal %  work ahop Aa •one while -ou anM' : %  SAJJ1S A BEBvicr G H MAJtflHALL. M k Btroat s*r>t-> %  9 ' • %  NOTICE FABUB or T lOAira aaa* perabna owrUn aa> pariah and hava BBt lleaaaad aama the month of Febniary ara kindlv a fo do aa w ilno-it delay A T KINO. Parochial Treaaurrr It J... .1 NOTICE i M-i-ii OF -I '-.-.i.i All peraoi'a ar firm, daallnf with tM. banal, are kMari* aoked to aand In their lo Ha* undaratdpaed raM laur 1th Ina4. A. I KING. *l JOI 1 SB in itvn \ni. M.IKKS' INIOV Tha Annual Oannl Martini of Ba* above UnM. wilt Uo held at tha Y.M C.A • Naval Hallt on MONDAY Hth March ISM i.l a P-PA. NoUraa of aiotlona and'or qiAaafaaaM (or dl-tuaalon mutt be aant M -m lo the Bacr a tary in accordant:. Rill* If ftl A copy of the accounta BM ., Ba ftld March IBM. • pm and • p m. May eaaaoraf. HE SMITH. %  acratar. i | .i i. 'jrthar partarulara. Apptr to Al I %  „-r N* • Caral BiBam, WorthMfl. %  tf-ajji. "ra^MnS. WAATKD HELP COOK Muat know how to Coak I and do a anuvU portion of houM%  ApplF to Mr. Colin Ooddard. i,' Manor. Marine OMdaaat %  a %  .—an OaOfKl A Lady Cktrk with a knowleda-t of .'.orthand and tynawrttlna par wU *-•'..Miahad Corun.iMaon oflWe Muat hovi *i.c prrvfnua raprrlancr Whan apply ui. >tat quahncatkan and raprrtanc A|f|. ii-atlona treated atrtrtly lonrMantlal lo i-apebilit. Apple MTP t -i BUIBB BOY or pmaral maid, muat a.e aapararaor ol peneial hauaow-ork %  leiencra eaarnUal Call natweon %  • and clortt. "The MommaMarina Oar GOVERNMENT NOTICES irilllMMIM t>l ^lltlVM. MAIN WTCHEV (.r.NIJtAI. HOsriIAI. AppUcataoru ar* invited-for the iwn-pulooabl post of SupTviaor. Main Kitchen, General Hospital, at a salary of V480. iiatnjt bj annual incretnents of 148. u, $912 per annum, plus temporary Coat •f Living AllOWaocr at Government rats*. Applicant* aiiould not be over *0 yeara of age, ahould have attaini saUafactory standard of educaUon, and ahould have had aoroe in houaekrrpina duties ran a large srale. aUona on fortna rOHairublffrom the Secretary General Hospital, ahould be forwarded to him not laa than 13th March, IMS. ,.',v,v,v//, a MI FW.V'W %  PUBUC NOTICE C'CKRKNrr NOTES It has brptm obse>r\-ed recell> that Currency Noies have been defaced by writing or tUmping certain information thereon Such action contravene* Section II (2) of tha Government Current > Notes Act. 1MT (1M7-1) aa Bppiii.,1 by Section 14 of th* Currency Art. 1990 (1950-31 quoted hereunrier. to which attention is invited. "li(I) Whosoever, wilhou* lawful authority or excuae (the proof whereof ahall lie on the person accused) mutilates, cuts, tears, or perforates with holes toy currency note or in any woy defaces a currency note whether by printing, drawing or stamping thereon or by attaching or affixing thereto anything In the nature or form of an advertisement, ahall on conviction be liable to a fine not exceeding five pounds %  fSlgned) H. N ARMSTHONI.. Senior Currency Officer, British Caribbean Currency Board REALTORS LIMITED REAL ESTATE AGENTS FOR SALE l-i Mns Boom. Dtnkng ToiletA Bath and hot and rl Gallery. lortatn* LB !<.--,„ .ith Tub anuM. Sparo ..i.i Shower i,bh. Beach a-tlnn bv appointment onl \l It! IN BALE Sao Slurry •mrewatl re i uanpi latns of thiw* SKandlti( on appro" 1 malelv laVI naare feel of land, altnatr at Navy ,1 SHIPPING NOTICES ROYAL NETHERLANDS STEAMSHIP CO. Ml is.. PBOM II'"" ltd*. II S lihATTINGBlHOm. ISth s B cxrTTfeTA. aid Marrh M *"" HECITIA 4th Apr'l I* NOTICE t w.i-H or sr 1..-1 in ^EAIXl) TENHEHS ll i th.nutoralpnad ,->! R*PI I March ItAl. for on* y*ar li March IBM. i lanspi] pa i*r..\ aSahM ^. %  Orea i prtM, lo br drUvrrod .1 th. Almahouae tm fupplv of Praah Cow.' MUk par pint, ta be delivered at th* A In last LIONABBs I N1P(H ANIsT-( iKmtMAsrTr.K SnUrt ""•" %  J*; I BM no ptua fasa ApplkraUona to Vicar if Boad and rkpa'traarad Orsamuta i ron-id*.ed t I U Ir M a til IV IIJNO T SOITBAMrrt's. KSU AMMTfRJIAM clKANJBBTAD a*U> March laSJ. M. M I' -tad wall biulri>-. reinile from BM '"itla divided into a Bat* with all ronvcnlanceti For all mf.>rii..,i,oi m. Dial BMt. Victoria %lrot aass-in NON PARE11-. Balmo.al C.„,. H..Kl-t. atand.nl on ZLIU aquare (eel of land Tha hwuM conialna four badroowf living rooma. water and rlectiU Ugh throushout. arrvnnU* nrnr.. and aan.fr Btapartion by appointment, phone Tra Th* nbovo will bo art up' (or aali al public competition at I p m on hi oay the Hal day oi March at th* Ofrlc. of tha .ind*r III am part of the pnnah to th* haarna and lu tha ira" tdi Ctuuaaa tram tho Alrnafaouna lo ton hropaa B, The Board ..( f . Lfa Guardiana r .< IKB %  i-l.i in ui d by Ilui or otlu rin thafr OPini.. I Joaapl. BJ I I'ROPT.FCTY' l.lle with ill badr mng wator AJae Hotn can be bought One Prnpfctir al Fontaadroom> oath with runRiver R..-.I MISCELLANKOUS : Hor-i I :•: tOII SAl I hotal in at V meant with magnifa-mi view* of moun. Ideal propoaltion (or I n-tirad BBH beau lifu 1 en rr > i ndanaja oartlculara appla Rook*. Pour Winds, St Jarnoa. FOR SALE %  '. i> ii sjrasj n II Bat in off Mali I STINGS NFJVK Hd I al AV11JUN TICK Fancy Sirlpoe. Strong %  I 14 a yard — CrtF-AI'FST in it THAN I Hroa Where Low t a SJ-ln HHUNNW1CK RBDCWal -All the lateat and moat pi.pulnr Km.by BING cH-isitv. \a\}l ARM8TRUNO. INK tPOTS. KJ.1A FlT/'JERAl.n. Etc Bow FANCY STRAW MATS 11 ai a SUct and Mar THAN I'S IT. Wm lh. St i ...1 ti .(, d. II M THAN!* t a aa—in DAnMBBTTC CLOTII I Qualitv THANI •T Wm H* Btr B.S IB—II li .I'.MHII. M'UNS very lovely do. atsnt -nd quality Oiily Btr a laid TMANI s I'I wm Hpst ta.ta— ll sum BB %  IIronvortrd int.. ahra J BelaPplalne. SI Andrew 1 %  •TM l uaro tret % nrawmi i with BBS appoint m>' Bliicompetition at a P "' on FT 14th day of March al the OfRo ui.drr.lgiied CARJIINOTOM B SKALY. a !> %  *> Barbado* Goi rnimml Bonda. Ml aparoa nailmilin Fir* Inmrame B> aharet W I Rm it. % %  •.*" Z-1 .harea Barwadoa Shippmi a Trading Co mt aharea W 1 Blaruil Co 41 aharra lUrtn.doa Trlaphonr Co aa %  harea Ba r badoa aco Co The i.boa-rmanllouad aharet will he art tip lor Ml* at Public Auction on rrtday tha I4U> day of March ( LONDON (-1IA.-MJ11F.K OT COMMF.RCF. SIMMER EXAMlNATIONbi tarn Entries lor the Summer Examinations. lBU. of tha London Chamber of Commerce must leach the Honorary Secretary, Local Educatron Committee, London Chamber of Commerce, at the Ih-partmrnt of Eduealon. (Varrtsan not later than MendBY. the lllti March. IBM. iJBtry !>*: — t limeiiUry Bas aW For each Single Sutoiect ^.1 Rfl ( rrtilit %  !*• SLngr-^ For each SinglrSubjart. i-xcept Foreign Languages $2. *J For each Foreign Language 4.00 For each School Certificate of CommercUl Education 12.00 Higher Slagr— For each Single Subject, except Foreign Languafle* 3.00 Department of Education, 1st March. 1952. Cart mil ..i i Strri-i AUCTION I will aril f I. tii. FH1T1AY lh a Oan_ i aged In lie • \\r.. ifOa Ford V a o TTRMB CASH. It ARCHER McKEN/tE AiwlMBarr laliiii i/.ni D1STBIBUTOR a wy-lla'Tiptoduct In time fo r _._ appUcallon of your Ferttllaors COOBIISV riARAGF Dial Mil. ta S3 -Sa AI-VANISE WIRE %  grab lUrd' VI* alt*, astt-. al *c. per foot HuppUe.. RkKett i. s.i.0 l..i 4 OatB, wall Made up Yard. Ideal and enough land ta raaivart M HBPM, M MM 3 Bungak-wa. aato SuttoBla t i ... Puds, I am .V-lltni -Olive Bmh' lhaogh Nhi.aTBtg I % %  -I 1...-T' %  .I.'-. %  'I '< UK a it.-.n< 1114-. Ii.-n--. li-.' by AppotnlniAi am D P i',AHKH AT HASTINGS NEAR PAVil ln\ fOl'BT. I ait • T *4 AT IOWEH HAY i ; aaa AT riTtat T Al Store-Pnrtir S lC U Ml ipoMlbl* 4i. ; -i ... ..I. UB n pm. QfMni Voder E1JD0 AT RlKTvLEY rfCW RD atM.i.1 1'. Ai re Going lot about p*i— %  (' Mibut not With SHADFS loi I I MM .where. Any: IHUGIITON. r**av %  idi' AIIMMI New Coearrate .i.nilrnit Deaign Bun%  SAVY 1.AI1%  %  %  la-alow _n Mori. ICE WATER CANS •"••. filled with at A.. > | I.. L'aofui m Ihe Hi \('ll IIAIIIIISliN ITtlHE. IIT,-,I ST r..lk.|. iapadrip Tap. Mo mid be without r ONLY aia M IIAHOU'AKC 1 will Mil al my MART, Victoria St< BB TUEBDAY lllh. Irom II noon, a ,.| Satky Matctwa. ftotil I*athar. So Itu^k 1'lane-. Drawing pin*. lru %  tsaaffkBPalM F"*" and Lquad. OB frclanl. wBh D D.T Door Chime. B ,1-1 .mall. Body Dotting Pwwd'rt """ "'-.SSi c K-. AuvUonrrr i. 1 -' %  IKIMI.M l.l.lll-ll <- M a BON A true lBa Mart • s CYrTn<~A 1th April. -MUM; TO TBUNIDAD AND CCBAI ^I M n MIJUaTLLSA MV MOffDCA will ..firpt Cnrso and Paaaarigsra for DornHIU.B. Anllsva. Mootarrrat N %  %  .d St KUtS.I!: MarftiU Street. rnximatrly lOSpS ,d This building for rarrvang *m .da that you may r-qtor*. HUB f*et of 1 .... ,, ,.-... %  •. %  BV %  BJBBtl of land with one largo ana ana ill bunBtogji thwraon. .bu.k BUaaL BBWOai:< %  • %  • for making Uilo a MSN %  •' building -aroho M V CLARA w Cnrso and Paaaanrr. for naam. Bahama* Data of departure to be notified B.W I SCHOONER OWNERS' ASBOCtATlON 11NCM 464T O Ctimpnaini Thro* %  auinuin*. i ^ li.nlng and Living BoMB. Kitvnrn. J O Toilet and Bath, itandlni K" t LMinalin l 1. 1IOM aquar* f**t I BBBSBB -i Blta. WiBt.. 9 rABAOON JU II' rVnr Redruoni*. Dtn%  V put „r>d Uvlng Room. Pantry. S .. and a v-ry nicr Sludv S Stohding on T'a aero, of land. I & Blluate near Srawcll Airport l-„ light, < %  ..( .i %  eU. aMo Ire* >. Knowlada* of ivaating will dlCanadian ^ational Steamships e-aoiuibl' I l-NUALOB rm it..Ki ... o u.L.r feet, of laaad .i*w inchadang Gold Hrdrooma. Drawing Hixim. Kitchen. Garaftr. Brrvania Bath and Tollrt, and -.. foi Laundrr or MISCELLANEOUS REALTORS Limited STAMPS -W* want to Buy lUmpa Collrctloni and oddn*ni, to ,.n,amoui tor .pot ch At the Carlbtorun f*t,.ir Bociolj. am Boor No IB Bwi a 3 aa—en EDUCATIONAL MABSISON IUU1I.I INIBANII eXAMlNATIOM IBM The Examination will t ike plate dun .'u|y All appli.^nU muat enter waiung IUI form, obtained from H. .omaai.r. Office Tho-e mutt b* t.inrd coniplatod bafora Ut* IUI M No applHatkui for a provtoua >rr iint valid, but a new fi .it Ba torn pi* tea [ hi m-1-eptcd who la under B yeni i. ..nth. on lt>a lal Saptombar. • 1 I Vltll't allONIIABl SPRY %  !*( 1>. Uve Hrhool C.rtiflcte the Camhrldse VnlvrrUS.' held ii-rmbrr IMI. rarttnlwl (he r. HI. *n. %  p..|.n. of ihi HAZEL T UKOME OAltlNE G HOLDEH "1LMA E Mrni-m |:N1D E SHOHEY JAMES KIHTON vi. I.ICIA BEACH BUNGALOWS FOR SALE TWELVE attractive wooden bungaiows, with about one acre of land each, on the Vlgie Peninsula. St. Lucia, in close proximity to VigilAirport and bathing beach (11 miles from Castries) are being offered for aale in situ at reasonable prices ranging from $5,000 lo $7,000 (B W l , fully furnished or unfurnished. Electricity and water are laid on. S. A substantial former Military brick building in the locality ia also being offered for sale at a price of tM.OOO (B.W.I.). 1. No reasonable offers will be i rrfuaaa. 4. Inquiries and applications should ba made to the Govarnmant Agent for the Sale of Vlgie P.-iunsula, Offlce of the (Ctmmliioner for Furconatruction, Castries. St Lucia. B.W.I ) 2Hh February 1B52 • 3 51.—4n tnaall .hipmenl „ aSna %  % %  vein.,, CBN .-i i' al K. fanowroom. Low H EFTt IG I.H A TORN IBroad 1 mtpleto with T. ..[.li..: I ;hl Cluh I | BJ i .i OIL—Th* w %  rid" fin rat motor oil Vcedol. at all leading Oararrt aid S*rvlc* BUHona Your v.hlra de*rvaa lh* boat VEBDOL 'Found wMmrr fin* cat* trawl" IT I SJ Hi. SIIAHK'KIN in Whrta, Oualitr onl* ai 4' p >d tea I an TtlANYS Pr W It, IM E3.IM I" Th* Bu. Co, Premi.i n Ideal for ; Cndfr 11300 Lnrsr 3-SMnwy Bum W..-.-l„.| %  I rj .., ii MlBON ST : Bedroom Heeadaoca. Ci.nvriitoncca Good Condition itoi it .VSM aq. II Going Baton t Me lor Alrnoat I -l-.l* 'If I i ill at "OU' U ..l.ngp TORNADO-InternaUonal K 41 ful eondltton. aacrllaaM *quipment. a>—t eariiil nwM. Coat 1*00 00 now BaOOBO Ko off**. Wa-ki • Tatrpht UNDER THE SILVER HAMMEE .).. TVEBDAY lllh bv ord. I' Hlnda are 01 Mi -t U Hep..— Welchea Road Uar Fumiitire which initidea V*>T Nice Murrisuite. J Ro,-*.v and Batter tpr 1. with Spring Otahiona Vttrolile Top Table. Otn.mroi Table. M ,,r OBM iai TOP'UBfta-l Chair. 11 in Mahogany Bug., ^•^i'";^ 0 "olrum; Miirphy *dio .IBM Modrii Win laodatrada wllh Sin^mon > spting* ml Cotton ruwd Mnltraaar*. Van it > Tabto WtlA irlplal Mlirora all m ntenOi nTmman. d—hie Brdalrad aprmItod, Iron Pohali
'>0*>**'e"***'*'-'*''*' '*'''''•'*'•'•'. i WHAT THEY SAY! \ s ... ...... ... HI M.T OKT .-> (VH tfT (TSBBAZZO) M Mini E CHIPS KBONITK niVIUING STRIPS And CEMENT in Mull. Red. and Whitr HERBERT Magazine Lnne. NORTHERN TRUCK OWNERS' ASSOCIATION FREIGHTS OF CANES Cost ita liiil (J) ar.-.. to Sprini! Hall S 2.00 il K.uiTu'lrJ Flal $2.00 niu ('hickfMsPieCoriBri (1) grcii to Spring Hall $200 FairfteW riat $2 00 om South Land ft Chnkcii (2) tfta to Sprlnfthnll. K.ntfiH.I MiMi's fc Shcrnuin's to Sprmghall, !


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PA(.i UN SUNDAY ADVOCATE SUNDAY, MXRfll *. Ill* 34 ACRES Butler Held Liable For OF CANES BURNT \ I IRl I I % %  • at Locust si. Ot-oiK*-. burnt dot) noics oi thud crop i -red. mOM MNHRB •>: WWM I, reported lo the %  the *am ( :iddn %  man who took away her Unj .' I left! %  A FIRE which occurred at the houM of Jo'ephlne Eu*larh nt San Domingo Alley. Kins William 'v. damaged %  matlrei* 10 The fire wan put out b." I ind irighbour" Misused Party Funds I r-iMi (tin Own I orrt-spondent • PORT-OF-SPAIN. March 8, I Hot) Tui>al Uriah Buzz Butler, who Ix-iamc known throughout the Weal Endlt %  1881 the labour unrest in Trill liable" by Mr. Ifliael Lotkhart the Auditor, (*>r almost $15,000 of the funds ol th. U d M;i''f>:iycrs'Tradp Union, ol which he aanaral Eczema Itch Killed in ) Mir les '.** C£T ~mfiff£flff "*ll IT THI HONKS Of IUCCAU B0C* Nixodcrm I /nkhart'. report, aubw-, . . mltted to afa*. No*! P. Bower. h\||o>|OIl VlM-unl if Trnde Urn..: %  Ship: I,n-in. tosed that during 1049 and 195* $0,100.20 of workS to the union but only 04.964.24 waentered in the 1 -. '.. "Srandalmiv' '''' %  "* %  there ... „.., """'"?.„,, H*. • ?-a*2zr%"5^ 1 n he lireei I• u,.JS,n 7?^.. ...t — Ho Auditor-, rep,,* ..,',., '""• "' "> Dutllltgt'd HEALTHY iViiVlauiV.' Stile morTtharV I.'f^gS. •OJ&S-I*&P.JV •Mi o. dem.ued Mr union lU -'T '*'• north "g f 0 1 ?.horklnl, 'g^ !" ? W '" rrt.Uo*lp .o lire was extinguished but Certificates For S. Patricks i I 01 Paine*. school Md Ih taltMbalM (mm < I %  <)-ami A. It UN KIT K FIXMENTAKY GHADg. I I .v1mni. C C M M.:r I : g. 1 I' CljuTflB, B IlllttU v I. King, H OTarri-n j Braa* t Bum. M Otllflll. I> ll.pl.lrr. P I ..rani iNTEHMrniAU (,KAi>r. rim <: %  -• Fadmer. I IV,,. I Kn.ir I Rmnk. ADVANCED GHADK. id O Piferim. FM.I.I-H l.AVI.I li.l liHOMAH. (illADE. OMIgCatMY rarlmorv. c ... 0 Hot #1). u Maara. K Drayton J Rrooht. I. King. T O.— I M SHertr, J Nut*. A ml.-v.. M anmih, M K-I H OUIF.II, i l>. Klna P.. Hunt*. riaikr A (irimr. E Thornc O account* as being icandaloua Mate declared that the workers' hard earned money had been oquandercd and mismanaged in "this ..nil.il..us fgghiOB. 1 thll week the secretary of the union. 401101 all; i n." wrote Mr Boweii latr. C C4M, O I MOI l-M II1INMI Ml FUMtNTAHV OHADi: I tVrlilWalo J Hioik-. E ThcMiw g Clark". T. Hum, I' J„hn.r.i.. p A.n. by. L Kin*. II n.,,,1, M (inmm, D Ruddrr. J Nw I' A,vln.w.. <> n.-..l g |o. T Gram. nntaucEDiATg ORADC I n %  i i CrrtiiValrV PMmora C CM, O < %  I %  >! .1 1 1 tl \ CLgMRNTARV Uli \:n I ,., WHfel I Km. J %  Had % %  r Oraavtta, o OraM iwtaaarBDiATi I.HAIH. o a 1 PM 1 IIArJOWHIIlN,. ,,,.( ciaa. CartUeatas* BliMgNTARV GRADE, n ''"• %  "... K ::,I.I.U, t !-. becaua of the trcmendr.ii* ,., lh _, „ mm ." su i7 ', .ncreate In Initial ,"' ," i ? n, Of 4o vthkla "V fi' n r < 'ncluded 1100 l..m m. 1940. intendin, £• _* ^nunoiila consigned to ln| allowance paid to civil Mwr D Coata Co 1. I maatbtri of the Lcgist*'*nty-lwo motor carunetl ..nri mganbtn of Skippered by Capt. Storey S.S. Soiutvla expecu to laavt r^Minca'i Trinidad and Ilrltlah CuUitui Plnanca Committee to npprnvr a Wednesday. supplementary vote <>f 0201 IR8 ll estimated lo bo luflicient %  %  to meet the cost of travelling at fl _. tl.. ..'ii %  JlaM tremors while from the potfe St Cliiir r.-.ldentlal diatrict, icsidenta reported hearing "two sharp bangs." Reports from rural ;.rei.. were of one slight tremor qutekly followed by a strong one. I'ANMUNJOM. March 8 muni^l Security Officers |av i rnti'd Nations rcprcsentaBatunla} Ijtfi letters from Allied war prisoners theft famHtai lit: Hoi I Tlinin*. narka. r Hunt. i r J I Ki.. It Brooka. J D.itkr. u Ki... I Ruddar, X orant. P <.>..;.-ilr. S Amln.,, J ""•. M nkrrw K Inn. A*eond Cla*> (ViiilWaic. O Onwil. %  iMntMm; MI QBADI rim Ctaaa Rrnoka, V Tadniorr C I I g Pn. ton. %  Thnrnc A Onmaa V ciiika. k iiufitr. v Jaamaa, L Hint p i.r.muv u Ruddrr. %  (!-.•-* ADVAMCBO . w Realm. I' OrSialBSJl, Y Aaaajr, IIIII.K Kl I MM. EIKUKNTAIIY (,ll>lil %  .. 1 < %  [*... P Graanldsr. A A.hh>. I %  Drink Selling—A < .'mil Crop Iiulibslry AatONQ Uie people who are ma n .iu> • %  • %  dunni taa 0 drink sellers. With the %  l IBOntMlti I'mand olhei drinkt gn l [ void three ami four cents a pint now and atllari %  f than ajgi „p iinip-ii •riMTe reaping la ^olng on and are getting good nttti i %  • b04 ii.'V, ttw i:noul ot the Held tired and thirsty and these drink sellers arc always sold out at the tad of tho > v, r. .| 11_' if properly designed nnd handleil Trinidad which hns been li.-.:'. great opportimitien to i ..i needett dollars through tourism. Itocnuse "f its hotel shortage, in suite of Government's introduction many years ago of Hotel Aid letflsl.itinn. 10011111 have in Mr Hewlett's opinion, as good hotels .. anvwherr cle. Mr Hewlett found that Triniall the loveliest attractiO on l.md vettleinenl in Trfnltlad and Tolwijo has been drawn up by Vie Government. It Is proposed under It. to devaaan 3.071 acres. 2 941 acres if which are Crown Lands. In four of the new settlement* It it planned to establish v.-trial farms" on which clonnl cocoa and budded citrus will be pl.mtol. Livestock will al*o be kept on the firms which will provide pnrtployment for selihis Oovernment cannot at present root the whole hill and, with the gnproval of the legislative Council's Finance Committee. It will %  %  h f.n a Colonial Development ind Welfare grant of 0fiOO.oOO out of the Cotonyi 04,800.000 allocsDevi-inpment and %  v t to assist in meeting t Of the project \.NV.CA. Activities IHJ following u (be programme ol the activities of the Y.W.C.A.. which will take place for tin* moil Ui. Sunday Devotional Service to be held at the Y.W.C.A, at 3 00 pin. MnmUy: Necdlecraft for Club Leaders at 4.30 p.n. Tcaihei Mr T J. Vaughan. N.B.—Open to leaders from various girls groups in the island. TuvsiUy: Needlevrati Class at 4.30 p.m. Teacher: Miss S Yearwood. N.B.—Open to inembet • i tinVW.C.A. Hedneaday: Elementary Cooling Class. Teacher: Mrs. H. QrfflUh. Assessorles Claa C. P. Stoute. Ttiunteay: Games Night. Friday: Debate at B.00 The subject Is: "That a i pi %  'co is in the Home." Saturday: Netbull pra< t-> held at St. Michaels Oui-' School at S .00 p.m fiiticura V/ SOAP .< yyAtdH ; REPAIR Men Made Younger By Treating .Gland '• %  tllng up nlghu. burning aanaa in of orRai.a. wtltlmh dlarbknir nil a-ha nt baa* of aplna. (rain mo € l-tlna, narrouanaaa, wannn>-> yeunsar or monar ba- < % %  : Rogann from your rhaialaL Tlia irmflt* protfcta you. m GUARANTEED SERVICE Remember any Watch and >N) Clock Repairs will be delivX" 1 Beed within a week with a guaranteed note. At J. BALDINI 4 CO.. Oince at Lashley's Ltd. f i " "• %  WtrEN YOU ATTaND *T*? ANNUAL DANCE Teach Wurderer tixveuted • From Oiu Own I .nirapondrnl ANTIGUA. M irch %  Thirty-seven-year old atontserntt-boni Thomas Dowdye was aaeeiltad thll morning 48 days afte* condemnation to death for mui tiering his paramour Henitetta Kdwards at Crosby's Estate Yesterday %  man called Jelllcoc who considers himself the Island's Official Executioner questioned the £f> fee. He says the cost of living; has gone up and *ie should be paid more for the job. 6 Dl In Crash IIUKNOS AMIES. March 8, Si killl.nd 15 injured waa the liaclr outromo of a craab at dawn Ihl. mm nlnk* between a bu. and a I. rry on thIOItl JJ.00 A PAIR SHOES IIM.IS per yd Id. SJI.K DKKSS MATER1AUS: per y* 7 Sc. & 8 WW SEE OCR SHOW WINDOW I a THE MODEL STORE nun Mi & Tl'DOR STREETS ^////////,V/.V,V/A'AV/'//rt'A'*W///AV/.V^'/Ay Such lovely Texture in these linens S sHI I I SETS. : Sheei> 72" 108" :ind : rakm CM 20" x 30" Colours ol Pink, Blue & (km, IVr Scl 132.50 REXWEAR SHEETS. Sbs 72" 90". liach 7.77 63" X 90". Each 7.03 80" X 100". Each 7.86 Rl XWI AR PILLOW CASES 20" COTTON PILLOW CASES 20" Will II TURKISH TOWELS 27" 24" • HEMSTITCHED WHITE LOU N HUCKABACK TOWELS IX" HI MSI I It TIED WHIM COriON HUCKABACK TOWELS IX" M" /s < 30". Each 30". Each... 54" Back 40". Each Each 22". Each.... I.U2 1.72 2.87 1 55 1.11 1.02 CAVE SHEPHERD & CO. LID. 10, 11 12 & 13 BROAD STREET YESTERDAY Rainfall from Oodrtagtou Total rainfall for month date: 3A in Trlll..,-i .• %  li..... :. • r iMinluium) Wind Velocity b milpr hour Barometer (0 ami 29 91 (11 a.m.) 80 032 TO-DAY Slums'. 6.19 a.m. Sim-.-! 6.11 r iu Moon; rin-t Quarter. March Light nig 6.30 j' m High Tide -M .in. 3.27 p. Low Tlda: 0.4A m 9.13 p. FOR YOUR PARTIES! ( "I K Mil %  : Mniii FINE Kl '.] |„ bottle MM.III. \Mi wi I I \ GRAND 15 WHISKY—per bottle HIGHLAND nllis WHI.SKY—per bottle I.ITII.IMOOH MOllll \V1IISK\ per bottle MAKTKLL BRANDY %  ••Qrt*. —per bottle MARTLLL BRANDY •••pi. beta, and flasks—per bet. MAKTKLL BRANDY "Cordon Bleu'—per bottle MARTELL BKANDY "t or don Argent"—per bottle MARTELL BRANDY %  'Extra"—per bottle FINDLATERS DRY FLY HHERR1— per botUe FINDLAI1KS W1NTT:K.S TALE SIIHtKY—per bottle HARVEY'S BRISTOL CREAM SHERRY—per bottle L'ABBF FRANCOIS CHERRY BRANDY IB Di-ii i Ware Jug* I Mini t'RANCOIS APRICOT BRANDY in Delft Ware Jagi L'ABBE FRANCOIS CIRACAO Estra Dry—* battle LABRE r It AN COD* KCMMEL— \ bottle CHERRY HI I ItlNf.--<|rl. bottle CHERRY HEERING—-half bottle nn XMlti II ... botUe COINTREAI—large bottle COINTREAt—Medium bottle PERLSTE1VS BEER per botUr PFRLHTEINS BEER—per eartoo • s/ivs/uf* srorr A CO. LTD. Broad Street and Greyitone. Hastings Pot an Island so smati, Barbadus has divan holiday pleasures thiit appeal equally tn participant and snictatnr C. B. KICK A lit of Kolton I.iinr r -A. carafully lock of line imported Men\ FurnixhiitK* to meet the needs •>f the moment. Kxclusive hrcsswear Iron) England. 'ina! Sportawaar, Poplin. Linens. Silks, Travel RURS and Textiles as smooth as velvet make the House of RICE a pleasurable place to visit—and one lo return to many ttmee! C. B. IE.., EN ISA OlSTOMCR iOT A CUSTCMCR? THANK AMD A TIP OF TUB KATU? HAT ID sJC*'.. 1WUNO A "S4.TW %  • >,, a-i rtxrrc *^£* X *Ar* R.C*?0* WHEN TAILORING IS THE SUBJECT OF CONVERSATION MAFFEI & CO., LTD. ARE THE TOP SCORERS LADIES' & GENTS' OUTFITTERS TROPICAL SUITINGS. LINENS. FANCY TWEEDS. SHIRTS Etc. 2787 RED HAND PAINTS •f Ball... I .MMa* HAT I'R.IVIDP ItEUABU PROTTCTII.V FO Hg^HBBjJJJJJ EXTERIORS %  AND HIGH-CLASS DECORATION FOR ^g^^P^a^H INTERIORS I We have received New Slocks ol... %  T SPFXIAL HOUSE FAINTS ^V Grey. Dark Grey. Oak Brown, yfl AT Barbado. Light and Dark Stone ^fiajgf W I N \MI I I IMslI PAINTS % %  JJJjJprN Cream. Tulip Green, White. P^'m^n MATINTO FLAT PAINTS |R^ Cream A Green. CONCRETE FLOOR PAINTS BrlUM Red, Grey, Mid. Green. HARD GLOSS PERMANENT GREEN with Grey underroatlni. PAINT REMOVER for the easy removal of old paint. Phone 42(7, 44M WILKINSON & HAYNES CO., LTD. The Sign af fgaaMhj



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SUNDAY MABCN I, IH1 M SDU \II\IK Ml I\<-l ELEVEN Nice to be in his Salvation In The West Indies Through Federation He's got real fiugcjet Brilliance! NUGGET SHOE POLISH STOMACH PAINS DUE TO INDIGESTION li you suffer froSTOMACH PAINS due io InJiionon or MAI I BAN BRAND TOMACH 1'UWDER I i >:: %  i I'JIII
    Und i* -;uiV tsapti Mi CarihlteMti Problems Federation, it is t-ue. offers im immediate 01 cert.cn cure foe the social lib ami economic difneuleen to entourage belf-government and if thin ran be donr within .1 Federation so much th. The SerMary of Mate fi.i il.r t alnnte* aiinn'incert th ll hr Q*i -inmrnllo --oil i ni'-niLi live* to I onrlnn ihK • uinmn to diMuv. IVarrjiion. In thh jriii l.reprodurrd from the 1M| 1.1.. Mr Rrainr. Mho recent It tlsilr.l the Caribbean AIM) Ulkrd over the question Ith mint leading pcrMinalltico on the •got. loiilnirs the implH .ii.inv •I the suggested roaferenre thy prospect* Is progress towai. it so alow? Five yuan have elapsed sou ;i gathering of West I no representative* at the MonteK Ba Ciiference set up the Stun, ing Closer Association Commttt< to work out a federal solution. It was not until March. 195 that this body published its pi posal* for a British Caribbea m embracing not ODJ %  id colonies hot the mainland Ga I . %  .... . tic i.ntil a< t-een achieved. v I sent %  These proposals enTntauaajJ constitution resembling that Australia in that thr Fed. i Government „ u i d specific and limited authority, sss wr,r".','^Th,u, i*"*-! %  ,-~-* %  . the unupipmi'iil. f thn i,ni„. the Governments of lb* mting tcntoTiiI %  I <} Hi" Cow i •* I TIN YKAKS' \ll • 81 taao> d thai for a period %  ouM be (OUowod of Federation has not beei i p t o ju rike 'he develop -.v< -nnient in Mcrl individual ten itoi* Such .i p.'i c> hai lajnorud UM I that, with thr rapid ; l population few of thi niea ean look (brWart) with confidence to maintaining tlnanrinl independence than Committe. %  %  %  Scl(-oveinment which does not I 1 "•' t" 1 "' Wad the iegi Bnaneitl to* continue to he depender dependence is a mockei v 10 years the Itntish (inv. %  Wider LuJlllaW should make the Fc Wi dttatt a n individual colony nor Uon Trial trm two yt doni the Since then the rsrOBoaa Colonial OfBe* could ever hope to been discussed by :ll the li% harnessing local loyaltwa lutures concerned, with the larger idea of regional eeption of those of British Honm it could provide fo; duras and of Barbaric. Win B Indian peoples focal th* have hewn accepted In point for their developing polltlprinciple hy the House of Avsem>>W 1'iit have v.-t t' %  yttelton h %  ... lartascai iictween and has indicated whai il'hoan colonies and ;l of outlook which th, Race fsfaull Time Trinidad u %  'houThe fac , ha B ,.. l.atbnP* hr i,t w ,n (ocu attention or rth*i horn British Morilhf MUr of Federation, and inmdon is from MosMt%l ty ltl .. lU mems Is hard!} urpriaing trim md demertta fttalon tikes ., long time But whatvei % %  %  'H*. stark truth icmains—the West rh*n M diHeretiIndies have manv trim iurt even of rate, time II not one of them Ahich separate the colon> I i ,i patrlottann arid to jealousies and feats Differing Outlmiks I Hi %  ..here for % %  nl Fedciatinn is le.iec' ed. the industrious East Indian population U irarli.l : b> IB] mped hj NVur.i immifrarrtf • . ( ||.i t.tAtlHir M'.i\ \ 1 mtH'h vjgtie talk of 'a contiBantietl in liimvague becausr Grenada, but andln %  ip with ... oosl] thinks %  %  %  di rul h Jld i of CUttUf adrift from the British Mrs Janet Jaj 0d of mnufTln %  Oouncilloi and 8* Latin Alt* % %  ., %  i ... nn Jiigun Is ISol Uigry MLM She NO O * I TlltS iboui iela i .ii on into a l pportualta lor irrespon-tl'le to aSafl hmrti ful influc t tOafcM haVi • public %  I %  in-.-. m Of such services, agtd while this is bound to n %  > .idministraliv. costs region as a whole the burden will fall most haavllj on the richwi •olonwi Wrlronird > Britain Such feai cannot t>e dlsmn < • > • one could should lhar* was more undd standiiiB oi Iba • i "i the nice C) I mi.i.,it. ihe laid 4 laSi pioblem. InUTI %  The pace cannot be mode in that ai %  'Irmldao hut \i. attttud* M %  %  (•uiiiiui. and I en of the Ti inttlud .m.l On I %  Mi .i thai i.i. %  %  %  %  %  %  %  mi it U %  '.IQua rohtbil %  > %  i nportanc* the legislative Council th* mainland territories ot or the i Brluati Q Hniish Uond. %  ,ussed the maliai all bavi 9 be ppened up %  •population in th.wHIi the exception ol i islands, il new industries are io Guiana, where %  majoriu of lie ,11(1 Hi.-^liii.lii'. Legislative foitnell voted affai is I 'i ,ide pollH10 be improved, onfa I C'tntnins I'ninii Oovarnrnanl i-ommandmr. Since no lirm decision r Of the wh then feelings. That Federation would l -1. : llhl. Ml 'infiiiiis. than Col mi foot ILK. Over \n\iniis d ut Commonwealth Speaking with a smcle voice ihewould carry right at mt<' t.dkv OtOROrroWN, March I Oflloa tr* > % %  tee British .MM n i )" %  MIS .uui I... %  .,!. dcela .'.* nTonrusn Ifayl* (Mi; prohlbltad would I % %  tluii in.' inftted to land hilt the PaopB i P old pul rioul lha i 'olw trnl with ., M. I Il lii Tui.i i . the prop Legtalarum I '' %  lain %  %  ., % % %  d No ih. i for STUBBORN hang-on Bronchial COUGHS AND COLDS HIRE'S NOTHING CURES AS SWIFTLY AS CANADA'S LARGEST SELLING COUGH AND COLD REMEDY BUCKLEY'S MIXTURE ippotrrtcd by tho Colonial Sat I Sr*cr*lar) of Uu-Colon i.i' v th:. i %  noj It to UM Into (hi Wn it hi fndief Cuttoma union nrporiad proi erfu ,<• %  cooaidavod against Id help to favourably and rccon ftaral Col nract the capital so necessary lo C "J.'* "c"on. ,,,i pollc) and the general policy ipmanl So far nothing has been th*n, it may IMasked, if " implement either repoi' l I such nqteworthai II not %  urpriatnfl Tl.. miiltcrs which re'll*->'ull -*• '"' *'! %  W. h-n ~> %  •*".•' -.-*.. .%  .( I— %  %  %  >. I "f '"•• • %  -" ,.. .(,....,.,*. i • INI !(..•" l-(.T..(" llr . ,J it,.. -.< .. %  n >aA **—* ** SIS•-•• •"'• Take ASPRO' For ,. a m i r *.i -hi iniii..i •iii -tr. NIIUINIA •I ADACMIS JMhACO •.' I'VINISl .IUSSICIA Htuarrri lOOTHACHt -il A TIC A COIOS IMHIIABHIT* HHIUHATIC SIIIPIISSNISS AlCOHOUC AHIM UM FAINS PICUIIA TO WOU SON! THAOAT1 3 Tablets 3d. 30 fablers 2/6 OBTAINABLE IVEH VWHFHE W. I. HUTCHINSON & CO. auaHiu itatit latocciowN ..•-. • %  • %  Sister says: jugh. rtrb • oat. and In .tint l*rg* jori and handy tins Ns* sa* CkMt CMS. Ceuaaa t+*tllr iaw rtrsM W <~> • Msscslar f -.. At the first urn o* a co'd O' Thermogene Rub on your eheit. • good, s' %  congestion' Bl I • %  iicateo vapour to MM)glM '• %  'e lun){i and throat. n*perse %  tuffincsi, and case youi t-'eathmg' Also stir a teaipoonful of the Rub into a |uf, of l iot water and Inhale tin %  achei and pains by r.ibb'nr, .n Hie mogff* where the ptm is. S'i haifingl So H Try it — ygu will say thlt Thermogene Mcjicated Rub is a r.-jl w n lai4tt litav %  Obtainable from ill good stores and chem/sts Be prepared — get some Thermogene Medicated Rub today.' THERMOGENE MEDICATED RUB For Colds and Coughs, Aches ana Pains



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    II.VF. The Lives of Harry Lime SUNDAY ADVOCATE riu THkvbul for i will abn." T s.iid. 1 turned towari nMri %  I i. H 11v and Hi*' rah .i Hwq The F'VeH PrintA* 1 managed to look bad id ley said: "Show hm pMtira Mot..h." rl dug into a brickc V I .ML ,I handful -it ; %  1 them, then 1 looked at Mi thousand' paYdaa Cato snapped vith m. HiH %  hen i wVll ic it in %  ar. | frte "I'll give you in" to com* And m\ grots tak the Slate OUON WE I.LEI who brought Harr life on wcrcm and radio I caU It H.dlr, ,„,„. r „ tv nfty Now ti*rc .VV "Juat which place do i Cato?" Higunned. "Laltl.i ban I found. Acre*.'" ntuig in hit ca. .. Trubis Cato Imt hi* tongue. Ami as I had na) tiller by tin Tail I ,, %  "" %  :,. dawn wag %  i iv was a brofel unpaintod ihaek, %  -• d OptB BUd a m.i'i it lie itld 'IV i tar n • -i %  .-iie.i nan Luke We went inside. Luke poured 1ms eonw in sonip %  %  % Cal "' "*'•" N'nw, Hairy, still Marina; %  >' | k refiillv %  To rl k th. I vitNM (Iny. rnor tmnitHt rak''t. dop.its luat the i: nodeVfl 'But I donl think In. parcantaaa, Cato. %  %  fly? Why vou 1 Unh you ran get away %  Sold Oft %  ol H' I aM %  i in* young bath ante %  ^ wilh me at the Pl.t/ H-.t.-T s %  II ilory. If I Inl to MOtart her. a complete Mr ..f vmir-er—miademeanoutni M t<> all State and fed%  %  .f-.ncment offices. Your .itifui tintype* win rat -kanaatana in the hfaidlints alHil Tiubis Cato Public Enemy No. He looked muni -OR ure the negaibtttot humour in I-ft me keep one se%  1 You'll see thenii.vti---. riant m) took n plane to Had ley's State Nnr.ih >..,• wi* ladhr) when we i-nUi.it hi! I aaM: -We'll mrae ianl to the point. Governor, ..nd g possibility of your relt-.ir.il Mr Cato ha* Informed i %  •• it can ba < cartainty, providtgrot to his highiv luTBtive hii-iines* proposition '* %  %  "I r. H | proposi%  ood that Mr Lme the deal witah me." HadkM I -illy. 'Why. Oovarnorl I didn't thlo'i i aran ol raul" H ingly. "You si,.. Norah? Even Ihg niiiii in llMM lug pictures is me." llrieked up one of the prints "Here—look nt this one. You'l r~rognl-e a newcomer to the Ihirty—Tnibis t'ato . n niti. %  • lar, graftar' a mi mine me " *nv lime. |.i. ii flection QBcaJaj • -ninth Ilnw mmv UnW ,ie to aabi %  ;,)•*•" %  I I bad) decided t i On eagerl. "Cato's going to use them to rultl mi Me wants control of my Btatd. Either his crooked syndicate moves In—or he sends |ha • plrturva to every newspaper m the St t, The v\ii-o l *Maah sawnfea i"ii lo blaekmall he, t,n broln• r, Mhal is a derriil-mlnd'-il ftaai Ukr ltarr> l.ime going t do i hunt II? Vou're rign. ... he rtnnr lu the rrs. n< —after making sure thai the r. .u. art pays unV But Nad m hat II irrv Inn. h in,-. II I,,. to ay In In-day exeltlnx rpUode from Ihr olory •>* his live* I nlfl"Ml j*et the nega(l\ %  CM rtodkrj %  %  la turn dfc d i train wreck • ft*-ii p an ago." i.tilled the wrong body." I i i d in his lot ah'i tOTtund --ye*. I -aid curtly. -I've ". Ijf>ught certain contracts for row ssgMatura, Oovarnor, Th* will allM Mi ('.to full-scale opcratb na in M, O %  II thg dettad line. Hadlaj Sold out i rat!*' I Inuicin d Han \ mn j Oovarntt And hara n Not al i hri i ir of the way!" sn. nw the gleam %  HI mv hiiiwl ami -ircanuil Stortlad and uajy, Cato b* kad away "A gun'" he said PI ,1 ei isaim n %  I ll->lii avaryanu. Cato." I ordered, grinning "It's my tmmp'" "Oh. yeah"" inu barkad alntoal toge*hai Norah serenmed •'Marry'" A round hole appeared beaai Cat •' irlng he 'lumped la tl si NDAY M \K< II ViNTURB TO THC INTCftlOR By Lauren* van 4m Pott Hogarth Press. 12s. 6oV 241 pages Van der Post keeps a date with a mountain -nw/, THOMSON by GEORGE MALCOLM VAN OER POST left London An port one May morning in \%A\i He had an assignation with a ountain in Central Af.ica. The mountain -oo into the tropical ky in the southern corner oi Nyaoaland. near the border of ortufuaae East Africa, its name ia Ulan;. AJthougJi it hod been parti, •aplored. looked at by enthusiast! botanist* and Jcolonlal ofnclali ot much of practical Important •ma known about it in Londor There was even reason U> suppose hat the story the mapa told abou' i siiouUi not be relied on to nuch. In a Whitehall office, aotnebody %  nought that Mlanle ought to b> aapected as a potential sourc* ot food .lui^ilies. Somebody eUa why poor Vance, the forester (klll.hoiight of Van der Pool as th* C d while climbing Mlunje nan for the job. It wag a chraYo wi|h V u dar Poat) anal his wile %  ith a areat deal to commond t wU i 0 Uvg n riaara in ih. The truth is that, by a specie* Vau der J\*t (aged 44) la a world but <>n the K ieat mountain "' raUglOua blarkm-'iil. he gougb' South African who was fa mm %  • • a In ke,-p the devout younx woaoan i England before the win VaawnVg daastfe -one falaa step (age I JO) In a state will of Evelyn (a*ed n the IX-scrt and finally to Java Post had a pr monition of it, 52). vhere (commanding guerriUa'i and hli conscience is haunted by ,.-_.. I afterwards. P' blanaassUM Margaret escaped him Vance was a servant of the l" many her lover. Another a*%  ces that grow on Mlanje and ix'rtment in %  publimation" had owhero eUe in the world. They failed. There was nothing left for I e railed cedars but. In fact, are Evelyn to do but lo write a life (onifer* of an on lent kind, prool tl* < ipj rat lanfl • iding the only ant-resLsting wood Oi big effoiu to lostrict her to a in Africa. Their green la a unique >p>ritual love." -. -.-. • %  Bf sundry lonely Briton, II whom the continent hat put *e sn-H. who glra tN-ir devotion In return. Fault* and all the Evening Standard Book of the Month Is B a Mn ng personalllv -t. It U a emarkabetra auOTa Ule. The talo of a travel.-: who w| go back • # OTHBI NSW ROOKS JOIIV EVELYN AMD MRS '."l".l l-MIN ffly W. O. H. .... i. Marmlllan. Xaa ?•-' pages. What a grange love affair Is rvaaied by Mr Hlacock'a re^•arctll among the letten of John Kvrlin (famous diarist of < harles ir> timoi u> Margaret "lag*. *" Evelyn, long disliked for hU \ irtues. pretended to he delights I hen Margaret married a courtier amed Sidney Godolphin. ie walked into a Japanese ambush He Is Just the sort of adventurous ntelligent soldier and agriculturin hat Whitehall wanted for the nisMoii to Mlanje. An hiNuranie Had Icy said, like a ma Y.m've kill.-t hi IV.iple were hammei He is, as his book reveals, aontetung more—a philosophical. InTiarpeclive man on whom place ital people make a deep Impre*li f %  ^, %  i rMaiNi don. He broods, speculates, the-Their scent nlgbt and day ggaaii rt i.t> riaai He can be downright pref ,) lod lhe a ( r on the mountai' tentioua; has a touch of th,, Uod (t wit n „ heavy, all-prcvaant lanalic. like Lawnaaoe. m e but delicloua scent of a lost w rid." Thrown on the Are, the Bgestroap %  wood "literally explode.1 g mtO flame, con-um-d Itself Joyfully and gaily." Fire had been the rum of UsBM t '.i. t UfMin (•-n narcDavIv IS.. M5 Doom Ic ..( nit fabuloui !'<• %  m %  MIRAf t.C AT i xi \ II I I and the rest of llMM to. For 15.000 dollars mbssal ,.i all chant". gainst me In your State." Ad I -. I put ..i n pit the lhe gun tinek under "i had to kill Cato to taka a*tf He has an acute sense of th I and | African scene—'lhe long, blu %  elegant Kirk ranges" of Nyasaland He has a fenling for the Africa.. |wt. particularly in Nyasaland BVaj) whnti tlie august spirit of Livingstone reigns He is aware of the bitter, tragic present fif th.continent, "the smell of murder In the sky." lay whei. i h is "liieusUve business mj^-if." i %  U>-aid 'This U one time. Oovermouthed brother 01 mm. 1 ,s nf Hudlev, whi-n you're not the man in those plrtu Canh in Advunre chucalod Luka"! Uvtd n HMtoua] mid whlskj evot abata He agreed. n t had to Wh.. ,„. accfdeni Ha tte pain me in advance, just ill loan I'-nin.m ua.-k lo the cauimovelnti JlmHadlej lol of his nonic Slate. Norah I |Vt K nl Jim ..v., ., Iarrel 1 apt u.ui me as a go iNrtwem know h-'s bought you .en i antli d down to wait. plcturei trotn ma Hm n rou con ... to wait long. That m on my deal you not ame evening, as I stood splitting yourself *0OM BMOey but %  •*i. n • %  M Uj rnaaa .iniihiwting negatives, in my IH.^s-ion. will be suspended OVef youi head from now on," I ..ii loam Harrj Una-. annuity. And oon if you'll -xThe stars were out by the time 1 left lhe Capitol building. I for a dark alley. Then. with only a stray cat for com'.. pen-: "Norah, to, !" gfj^ BtQbtt SlsL !" : '^ lar. in my pocket. I could fa v e *"' !" > uu } '\ morn i m *' *** ih. an the dark unknown with moie -I—fast niidence. I could purcaag a oneshe obeyed lm ,,Kv,-> flight ticket to any plate A second later, a nasal I Any place away from those tooDrinking alone. Lnn You know. I wouldn't do that blue honest eyes of Norah. A few rlsaf the net n ,, more momenta with her would (e.g i the natives -ound. at nay place?" I no made departure too difficult, to explore the Nylk Mlmje—with its immense exR e I I > Mar'in. Lehmann l b '-d. 356 pages. IN the New Testament it U Nbw it has gaine-i portability as Hanson's '.ml n L \ Martin was cclewith her %  New Orleans in 1W2T I learned she had contracted the scourge. She muit When he arrlveg ba Kenya, flying south he sees, not simply • community of eccentric exiles, pursuing a dream of English -ounlry life, long vanished from Britain. Tor him they ate. like th.Abyssinian* an air-borne skydominated community. They Utpe i' .. jimanent -state of agitation 11.philosophises on the effect of natives on Europeans; considers the "quility of Euiopean crime in Kenya" believes, as one born l*?ats, i'nd bred In Africa, that cultural traffic tietween the races is no onesided business. nt (over 120 squ re miles), Its be segregated at Carville tupendous pre Lpices. it* Incal I hospital. She spent ."lable. dangerous changes of : '" w irs there. mood—makes a heavy Impact. No __. wonder it became a native legend used by Rider Haggard in Children of the Mist. The practical results of hing rnon than the recor • .M\. in\ battla against id diseaae — and her Una Van victory It is a passionate arguPoat's Journey ~ ma* rest in ' against the persisting tne file in the Colonial Office. If 11 ,CU F wnlrh %  person <1 rfuiid?—In selfdiscovery, in the i ecovery of poise am purpose—were rich. For the reader there Is the smis lo i of Af lean scene* Tglastlc dances. Also the shunning of the h pM the cruel % %  With the new drugs, pron and diasont,t la not to hard cure. D II.I'VIIUIMT REsrnvrn Africa puts a lasting mark on her adopted children. It become* for him a living presence, an individual, a personality. Its landscape i* impregnated with a myntcriou* aotnott] ,-!< %  btti lonipcllini! apfttlt, so that the reader understands why v loiuct.u,: plateau, and It's good for the liver! aasaaossasawaa* 1 **^ A tin, of ipuklinn BNO'S lir.t ihui in ihc moraio. u nuod foe die liver. It tier, ihc head m no lime. Thf wonderful igmvumu „ clcntinj tnd rclrnhinii lo • aalc nr mouth. The non rupit-forrrung /oiurriv %  cuon keepi the %  yilem rejulu. ENO'S h ple.unt to uke. Ii conaim no Gtauber i Sdl, no Eniom Silt, and ,n it. tenon tl i, ,enlle y qu4lj effective. A real bmilv remedy. Kei Fnut S.U toady I TRIUMPH OVER PAIN vumn-jK FOURTH metioiiKT m 'jgaMT Ho. oon %  ANACIN ..I,... p,,„ „ r„,. „ *,, M , ,|„ |o ...o.clemon, o„co.e.M that Uio HCIII u r in tha ...it balancat of Ihraa ...nou. ,.,„,-., ,?,.„„,. c,„n. ,a Aoat,w,l Aeidi T ','^," H S*!! "! tm *" t M "*aaaaV Qulnlna n •pwri.tKaiy with ,h, o,ha, mM K ,i. to woth. h. bin, tkaa tavaroh tamparitijrai, raiiore i .ail lama of wall-ba4n| I fam fro' %  I It !i Httir rr*m I 'e-.tl I —i tl faaia aa/aa PI "'""'* L 1 ] hr..i| ,'om tavar I Co4o, Huadaeha, Khe I Rhauin.thm Naural|i, film' Than -ANACIN* will rou 'mmediat. ralia.. eaat out ith uniting ipaad %  ep your Eno's 'Fruit Salt' SPECIALLY RECOMMKNDKD ISI IIIIGll.l ACTION. sirs HRAntim. uvasiawenta. abuoiawotas. iu-aiBi a>. , • %  Mia aaaalai/•* • rt^o..... /.*, M**. CUT Iff PAIK-AT net I Yaa. for a vary IKtla you can buy a :-i.bin anre'opa of 'ANACIN — enough to bring you fait rel.af Irom a bout of pain 'Aiuxia la atao av.ilabla in r.na, JO -table t I.e., and in bottle, of SO tab eta. Snare in the benafiti of th.i great KM uhantrltc ducovery ARM rOUHSUF AEAIMST HIH CET SOME 'AHACIN' TODAY! fkofrte *M THE BARGAIN HOUSE LADIES 2IKI PAIRS OK III.ACK StKl.K SHOKS Kormrrly Sfi.l.r — Now S3.I3 CRKPi: SOLE MOCCASAN A Bargain al $4.95 I1IR1.S Al.l. I.lATIIKR WHITE SANDALS 7—12 Formerly S5.40 — Now, SI.311 II—I Formerly S6.2II — Now $3.00 BOYS LF.ATIIF.R BROWN SHOKS 7—10 Kcduit-tl Irom $3.63 lo $1.30 1—11 Reduced from $6 93 lo $5.50 lllll.DKKN III Hill 11 SANDALS 1/Per Pair IMili > QABDBM HATS $2 for $1.00 CHILDREN FELT HATS $2.00 ea. BOYS' FELt HATS $1.92 CRINOLINES (Pink. Blue. While, ('old $1.41 ea. A Few CLARK SHOES For Children Reinaininii 4—6 $3.00 pr. Bern quality BORDKRKD SPIN $1.08 yd. SPL'N. SILK, CREPES. TAFFETAS and olher Qualitae* 80r. lo Sl.Ofl yd. MEN SPORT SHIRTS AMERICAN SOCKS. RIBBED VEST 90c.. $1.03 yd. 2 for $4.50 2 pairs for $1.00 3 for $2.00 SPECIAL MEN'S Black & White. Brown 8. White # ALL LEATHER SHOES $8.25 pr. Doctor, and doncim r SaaUi IMN mtm BM aaaa. 30 1WAH STHKCT. IHAI. 3T0B. S. Al.TMA.V.-IVoprirlor.



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    P.\<;r FOI RTKIN SUNDAY AHVOfATE Sl'NDAV HAW II I, IJ2 to nuikc yen gig, ccnf&enfr, light-kMYtti... "fbik Mimey*.", $<*)& %  tuweit p&rUf-qjiHtf Uit the whclc Guide Notes Knrulmenlo On 21*1 Pebiuary. Mrs. F. A. liiihop. Dutricj Cotiuniiii i visited 7th Brownie pack (St Michael Girt*' School) jn4 enrolled 0 Brownie*. On 28th r>r>runry Mm. Bishop ensoste'i 3 Guides at Belmont Girls' School (27th Barbados). The parent ol 'he Guides and the recruits were present at the Enrolment Mrs. H. rarmcr enrolled 1 Guides and 3 Brownies on 10tn February at Codrlngton H 1 g h School ot<-o from their Company Funds. The (Mai 4 is:— District 1 (Mrs. F. A. Bishop) 65.00 District 2 (Miss M. Pemherton) ... 46.60 District 3 (Mn A W Sewing Circle lit PsTJCNI NOLAN DKU11N.. HIE HAISED .MA lU.I.M. In US BTflf'Bf 1 mora piumment tnsn ii u i>veii on uotn blouses and dresses. Altnougii it may ...jlime weai' .Id be quite conuortable on cocktail and party i wo small darts arc used In the good .... it ..our bssHB buck pattern has e in the shouluer seam this should be as the darts to be added to the neckline will give sulAcbaok. To get rid Of tl U IW a line from m.d-way on the shoulder seam to uie top of the back basic dart. .. second line one lourtli of an Inch from the tlrst on ttfcl shouldti seam connecting this Ibie io the lop of the basic dart, also thus making the ease into a dart. Slash the first line and lap slash to the second line. Cut basic dart to, but not through the point and psrttSfn to flatten out. Measure the amount of extra i In your basic dart at the waistline and take that same I off the waistline at trio centre back reducing the basic dart to Its original size. Add one R "f an inch to the neckline LEFT Co* -'v 11 suit In checked wonted. HARDY AMIES) CENTRE 1 • -tilt in line check" cot RIGHT "A l" .ult in lemon chiffon and full, pleated skirt. (From in classic Unas. ounted on white The pi for fashion Hd h ttM clothes telling are bought bs women. But if gr.tphs are stu. cunnlnj %  %  clues t<> able JS the a the tellir.K dl* differences whi %  gMCsYl itylH the angle of g a Jewel, the loand the width not a i'. clothes, but I detail. With an inn %  from th lectio:,-.. AM women. Is suit LONDON. I girl w %  : • be something of days. Couture it fantastic prices. only a very few ,ifashion photoI with as much lock Holmes exi ,ii viald fish ton ti v.iht.. nal design. For lie in the subtle h distinguish one 'rim the next—In it. the position of it ion of the waist, of the skirt It is i coutura hootlni i til %  new couture colnie. tor English lime. They wear (By IKIKOTIIY KAKKI.EV) 'hem all 'he vear round, the material and the style depending on thi arggfltbtr and the occasion, show suits for three occasions: for Ascot • roundi led and p< Scolt) Dsttrtct < Ira. H. A. Talma) 15.0-J DUtrict 6 ( Ir-. H. A. Farmer) 10.00 District I (Miss K. Laurie) 5.36 $167 46 ThU amount vill be forwarder o laidy AfaT, Iha Island Cumof J. males. The CHri I iuide*' Fair Compaiiie PssQfeg are reminded that Ox dale of the Km is Saturday. 10 h May and th.it everyone in ttM Organisation ki asked to help t > make the Fair in outstanding an cess. lt< our target getlugger each year and this can only be reached il everyone lend' n hand. O'lr Headquarters i an example m what can be don • l.y im and the debt on the wall must be paid. Bunk Stall Miss N. Burtoi will I,. for any books nd magaunc for the Book Stall Phone 3116. further Important clue." [• U. S %  *Phame: how to regain a smooth, T* white skin. The treatment is relatively simple. At night cleanse t .e face w ell. w iptng off the makeup with skin tonic or stringent Smoothe the "whiteninu orswn gently and evenly over the affected areas, and leave on over nlflht Persevere, and the skin will soon bt) lightened. THE AWFUL CHILD "tsOick! I've lauiht him fm a formal occasion, because It 1 something out of the ordltuw. Lemon yellow chiffon, gossai tine With a feathery pattern. Iv Ucn laid hke .. cobweb over whi taffeta; to give the necessary bod for t ndt fabric, the tw materials are stiffened with CS vas. The cl-ssic suit varies lilt' from season to season, except PENNY NOLAN i nura back and draw a new centre buck line joining the neckline addition to the waistline reduction. This new •centre back tralfM of goods line and may be laid on a fold. The amount of height to bo added to the neckline depends on the style of course. In the following example we will raise the neckline or# inch. L'ontiuue the centre back line straight up one inch from the neckline. Measure i tck neckl.ne including he amount added for a dart and make the raise.i neckline three >. m tiler than ad parallel to the new back -lowing its Extend the shouii frum the neefci neckline. q arter of en inch dart i the natural m I a to nothing at the raised %  140. Continue this dart g neckline to grade to nothing a I out three inches down. on your basic front pattern connect the neck at centre front 1 1 UM neck at the shoulder with a Itreignt hoc. From this line at the shoulder tQUara a line up one inch long. Swing the end of this one inch line one fourth inch towerd the thoilldor seam and connect with shoulder seam. Jojn tided shoulder seam to centre front opening with a gentle curve or any shape called lor by the style Much of the success of these raised necklines depends on interfacing. Even fairly stiff materials usually stand better with interfacing In a raised neckline to add body. lie sure to pfe-shrink interfacing material. .i^ii raised necklines are sometimes boned, however, these are usually very uncomfortable %  nd likely to lc unsuccessful WDM Bttetnpted by an amateur. It Is not very difficult to make %  •< of a neckline raised in neh or a little more. The interfacing should bo cut without tthe dart. The facing Is ajaa better with the dart cllmlnl ilk-. —WONDER WHEELS H 7 All the best features are found in the for better listening Designed and built for ttrrke under the most cs a rrin g conditions, these splendidly styled Ekco receivcri are noteworthy :. l( sensitivity, clarity, power and complete reliability. They give you b-ncr listening because they arc constructed hy BriUin's finest radio technician n after careful study of your local rOQtfl -. and rnvausc rbey are quality-engineered throughout. 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    'il NDAV, M\Rfll . 1932 BHMMI IDVM tra PAOr FIFTFI N Lonely Only Child? mn^j The onr-son judtfr v;isU S-I.ni .1 mollWr %  % %  N# By EILfcEN ASftOFT V rents pitied an .; today one-ehild hunri arc I than the ox. ,, and the nssng cos: of living have been responihW-. -,. u R Man wit, 1 .in old-fashioned vi. is C -miniuienet Temple-Morn.. K.C *t. Snnl t.. her 1 m KI make hci Hoth H Jul\i Edward Smith 13-ycar-oid Valeihll an only child." JVurs. : her: "As long athe mUl *iuyoung company an only child lose* nothing." n of ,1 large tan in to give and lake and help one mo UK IS CO\TKNTKI> BY HIMM I r Mihai u--te through ovai t hid psy ch olog is t: The character of the parent* and home MVtnmmM important to the child'* welfare than brothers and • %  My own view i> ll:;it the only thild it lucky. He n ocpo r t un lty to develop personality without ronttinualb having to contend with the herd instinct or the popular vote Mom ulenied. individualistic characters come from one-child riomee. FQOTSOIE. Judae Ou-en Tempi* Temple-JVfurru 55. ha, been mamed tinea IM1 He hat one son. S PRING hats are feat her-weights. New straws, mixed with silk or wood shavings real dried grass fringes, and straw "towellings" are light as air. Appearance is rough and shaggy. Movement is forward and sideways, with .1 ing side drape. % %  — %  — Marlene Dietrich will probably dviful creation tailed Back are shallow to reveal still be remembered at 80. she "Aspic de langousle a Ttom* fir*' short curls. Brims and crowns reappear. Colours run the gamut of golds and blues. Violets cabbageroses, button daisies and edel1 weu> trim Easier bonnets. Novelties are one eye veils, single u.in/.in.,; ,, n .[. and sMsnsifiiil cellophane used over brightly H Mill be a season of airy-fairy hats, so light that you won' notice If they blow away. OUT' Vi U.tv fanUwra and |et. IN Isowert, trwtt and ribbon. Aspic la Neptune Kara fta depressed has allure and sex appeal even as a grandmother that make** most of the new starlets look Jd off the -"meat as if thev wara ^iill in rompers, ration housewives Is would also name Edith Evans tot fatty-tale deecripaad Sybil Thorndike for their turn of thai master itfng ;Oracle datta I'm the foreuronrid icvr,H JTMOK'S t ASB fOW mui'h pocket %  money should children have? Whatever it is it should be regular "It gives them something to look forward to." said Mr. Reginald Charles Burlingham Tha.kery presiding at Whiteiu;i. Rantg juvenile court. 'Mr. Teiackery Is strongly against giving odd sums to children iVOr they ask for it. Results of an Evening Standard reader* quiz on pocket money held rOCenUj revealed that thi Fields for her frank charm, warm heart and cheerful songs: and M.ie Wotf afto made sex a subject of some'Sting itni mgoi gai arttion of film st„I. and actresses there apl>ear t I** few who will be .-red at 50 let alone •U1I be front page news at 80. WOT I S a wc hefl efTrr l-er. nnial youth u-ill be Interested In thf ifib'ilius Fannie*.* diet—no meal and qiianrilics of water. .!'.< (iifumorr covered in aspic Red paprika and or* II sprml.lcd otMf IfW g*" pk t<> gnh) colour. Along each ilda uj ihe athwr piaitOT u-i-rr TOWS vf haVd-bolled u a euus cur i hakvs iriift the ji p^.fc remoiVd and space filled The irif'i <A0rfS an thO •" '• '•" %  abr* 0r f" ce'Ini .H.,( OK'I f*S 64> ••it ffcue dii iapi •nil rfo 4nh I— -*• "B %  •< %  •* %  •#*! • • "i'i i ff ti tfsetetf issrt, lii f, cacsrai* WNM M •> hM III iM Il r>*.lftf (00 b*IH4 c" tt -o* la'lrta I— $9i Ms* (IIIKS SPECIAL i i(*v-lal fie' 7/*^ NATEURAL 'LOOK" N Iptcui A. :. (By MI'SAN DEACON) this morning from IMPORTANT news fur women II Hand The "Beauty Look" is changing. On board were four Dutch chefs. W c are becoming more natural wi:h mouth-watering special!And the key-sign of the New NAIUties on stiver putters on thei! ral I,x.rt 1 the >VEBR0US. niympla f* / into from interWeli-kn. national cooking contest %  JlJr". !" .L l2-7v U ^ Thp frp '8 hl "Plane had been cording to family debutante^, MAKaT-(7r ft are also changlog Tfaa rull-Uppad wlk) kwk DO longer taken over the edge Of •Mul. natural 1 in above 2* 6d is unusual. H''i'ii>i" 1 MB to II n penny a week for of as*. AH hd family rocaafo ore 12. Wi'h It aota, pres%  -IK • r *| plj r ••',• r>h l(ifn Id ".-1 % %  a } %  *• low TWO'S COMPANY S PR1NU niaxe-up Idea tiKnd1 1 lips. You buy two lipsticks 01 quite different colours to wear by .wo more i 1 blondes . sky blue pink over red feather (cleat red) For brunettes peony *tfHi actresses will make front-page news when they .ire B0 as luus Fa H 1 today. %  %  -.;< PTOJ.I>I 1 1 1 ah • a* . I .. has thi vivacity and—success. Greu Gkarbo artil oartalnty st.li be front-page nOWl .f DO hM to be 80. There || ao m at ll lng about the magical S appeals to men and alike food from spoiling Haanng Maitre Chef at the HdUl Kurhans Schevenlngen (deseribed in mv guide '-.k as ihe Blackpool of Holland), brought with him a wonand society beauties ara OOf allowing their browi to grow. They are trimmed, tidied up. but in' nut plucked away. < <> %  ri 1 \I-.N-. ar e pa |e r LIPMICKS tallovi tho true coi,mi I d0fi*l IN %  haavj (dundi of the lips—true red* and deep smooth • U pinks instead of dark cyclnmen Ih" and burgundy Vu chan helmc gtvu von DOt and DO.VT's EYboKvJ 5 1 who Bin %  I 1 nrwi piui knyi %  I little i! '!< %  %  WRONG '• "'•" %  pole shaped brow—heavy but tapering away It gave a %  nhrewlsh" look u> the prettiest (are and made the eyes look too close RIGHT T I r •'haractci to the face and expression iiiese are EllMbeth Taylor's Trn-y arch naturally without "HfUm" at n. r Join ihe r %  hop by mail directly from ihe ,olor filled National Hells* Hess Csisloe. Select from chousandioltlie newest stylet inJ tincti home items all pneed at America 1 gfcataM %  avincji. Every item it gusrsnieed to be exactly as pictured inJ described. Your money bsck if you are not pleated NATIONAL BELLAS HESS /Van A6*ut 7*wn SSJ5? K it. FI mpanyi aweopI g n, w showroom, there's a 1 'l In this modern -tore are selection* of almost evev '3 pe at Ele<-trical Home Applian %  • %  na for — and thrt IGIDAIRJCS WASIUN<: IKHEEZKS Hi CMAJRa TABI-ES in choice <>l -.ges. Then there's Ihe Ofh. With TYPEWRITE!^ n 1 i HAIRS AN ll.lA.i CAIIINETS. But pot I for 1 JEw i.i : NtY AN PATCHES and a nagniflct I Utter, especial'* 1 it, pood %  %  %  wear! Th i Qirdlawa—, is a Sho> loom lo browse around kn .-iere everything 1iiiBpecUon 1 boast numbei i\ SIM. but y< ansj right on m II to K It Hunte A Co.. Ltd .. Crt i"' da ChaM the m> of quaUtiai to %  m .itc And the colon light out "i thai amid, y %  in D. P Kirpal : %  So U ... jrr tin Kl 1, Engl.o nlv SI OS ^ei Than 1 value le had in TaflaU -it SI M h M moattji English menial Jiul *i -. lusive. Youll aranl U w-.ik about 11 boul them \ (waited ratn Tin' Jfot*) NIL SIMM E SHi >t It non •>-. %  N I Will %  v. %  solid. hWd rearing and mua eomlortiible of shoes U ot nip Hip and .11 %  %  %  hopptnsj 1 %  % %  Ml -MMll.i: 8H< '! ;.-i,. but ae the i.^l ran Lynch J Btrtbution. m 1,1 0, he 1 1 |UH, look at UM M1II.1-. fiklh < the USA in I'l-nt.iiii.nLtsL now, (111 h wtpad "" 1 • ..!,,, to iv my Ph %  Aluminum and Wood spirit Lev 1 plng s 1 ., and Ottlng. St-lewiliivei I 111 ... ,1 %  .it ot Spun I %  Itttag or Line. An ,i k BawS, rY. oh' my. wh %  .... ..t Plantnti'i tuirry along. Bellas Hats Building Kansas City 9, Miuovfl* Blue BkM %  n,i Gotdta Ban Coral Pal %  nd shade Or by nigh lor spet-. worn of talms — enhei %  p in a' coastal %  attaag in ing Cubi.. Club? You will % %  l 1 o say bit Brook! l It", klry %  makes \'laa Compai Wiptt Bl Q .o k ike el and, vary impoi 1 S si>.i.which i•• %  iiitiix'i lut'i loai 1 ourae, UH n t| Tyres that Provtda 1 "cage and song Ufi yours, al Ihe Bat 0 st (ph 3:i38 Might Ami UM il to sert ice M.'M'I I %  Wardrubi -. %  Wat traht hero lhay ara it K. Barm i %  %  %  % %  %  ; %  IB %  11,1And 1 1 1, DL..I and 11 %  Mention II rotl DUU1 I tour kitchi i %  your oM "-ink. 'hen by lil,H buildei run %  OA1 \ AN1ZED PIPI plate and ne • %  hipmenl ol pip %  ittnj being unpael a 11. Bui I %  ;PI8l Hen what rotill And SOCKI I VMGI KI.Ii. n PIPI n ,1 1 |i othlng*a ku Uiuj imtlai vein, then-1 .1 kn me illekaai and Iha %  avaigaal little can row rvoi d .-, Ban Iha ne*. ihlpnv ni in Fw Royal Oaragt no* Ths M011 %  11 ||| ell ever) big 1 %  • %  rofli %  LOW 0 \ ERV U w coal i i,i.i,i. have %  )-,. .,11 ivi hot) • N ipallj vondt rful 0 you In tho thn riling 't Um nitt pin. WITH BACKACHE Ofwn AM la sluggish kJataer •* I Ir-'BIS NOT so good when too *are troubled wMfc backa.oo, rkwaasadc pains, soft*, attung mutdet and (outts, kssabss • %  common urinary disorders doc to Muggith kidney acnon. Why put up widi pssa and dis* comfort when you nughr aei nappe iclief by takingDoan's nackalcha K.da*e Pills. Tkey stkoulate tad clean* sluggish ksoaeyi and *o haapdaniorsduMbktoJ unc sad ad other m.; which otherwise might cuUev m the iyeRi and cause Doan -iUs ban helped mansthousaadt; let them help rou. Ui—' 1— DOANS Rord t., turky Discovary ri Hard ot Hearin ",'ii.r. .... rT•^1.^^ %  ^^i^4^ Baap 11 "* •*•* SHADEINE lito torn* to* THI IHADliM CO Orer-lurr... Your figuie |eerve llie falni tons hit of Maided i*a0 iura*bra' rlaroaisjfierl ; diagonal tlait -Inn tl flattni|fM'|iiah'iii.aniluiiil<-i QUp slilihing (! In jour layoutcolors anti IJIHH -. Genuine IfalaeDforn Bl alaras arn made only in llie Ilnltol States of AiuiiKa. TVaiaui a 'JtlaiJaiThm tot gfgg) l>pe of figuie. ••' a



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    i'\..i -ix-rrrv SUNDAY ADVOCATE M MDAV, M \llt II 9. 1952 PUZZLES AND PASTIMES i* v-yj^s,, C ^B.*. IPAIiTlVOIiVS >TM '^<-..*V^rt I thi lajat i MM Band Waggon. lrmnrnT'^ii %  .If "^SUi action of a nook P1> %  S %  % %  ... ..: *r thenin U prrcc n S tar i rat I i %  •! %  be aaaoeta'M %  ,.r pie :. ; %  li %  Rupert and the New Bonnet —9 DISASTER \ FOR DAN f a. r o HAM %  l>tf | i //i Vow* Mote Whei.M.-l .vender h. rh^Umr. ii iht t (hi ol P hit etOiHfr'i '" %  'iiti he puki ii ...thill, into th aaeaai .nd t KM h* think, in* elorh ovtt %  : hnd .Ho* hrn. the t> r,ri it. BvefM gone w well, 'ixl he (MU ID sure of him wit. thai lw sptlki so nebod*. .ltd, noting th* btQ when Tin reache* hii down from the tr he kwk. round widly. %  'Ihii M :ht wrong Bbet.he aims. H1TK ituri MM then cumN out to La£c %  turprlae play that aend. I down the aldellnee for l down. Can you call the itnnli white checkers to MOM] in three move*" ,. %  II* Sill Kit UK ••-|ll-* r Th Very End nai 1 it m quickly can you aaalgn the twelve words DM sentence* to which they properly belong? 1. l.ocornouvaa nave 2 The mocking bird .. NOT Tork li a 4. Many autoa need new 5 Chicago la a C fltvtn atrlpea of the Flag art 7. JtoNHera carry Mil are built te 9. BMW Will 1" Steamship* have 11 ( Ml variety of roae la 12. A spider can catch a Theaa art the twelve .vorda. all of which must ba used i Drill, tlr**. engine*, rtly. while, bena. wklallr., fly. -late, parks, save. %  Ma :ee*UrM oi *uP € '•! 1 *H55 *t pw %  :*ti%  %  *rti > !*.* % %  'ciitiga g trw 1 leaaaatew noFiiinrrnnr.minrn rrKr.cunr'.nzi'ninH - %  tl (t Al i*"i-'I V l W II t i tl i o 11-81 01 Al : .•; I IJ II ft I Moiimosi'jnaMjamaiMi ^ible tiossuiords By ft'iucne Shrffet HOBUHIftTAi IWmrt-md Neorm HI to be J-'LJ I I l^.llf!. I 5— OT v. r Uir4 lemple m*.V' %  Ki Ml, ...IICJI w-orKr*. >nd measure 17—What |MMMOB| ol hi* fallir did Saul aatkT 'I Sjin. tl' IB—Sunburn* IM—Lrienfl-rv oirda. ?1-Tinl. h %  U .cclful. .' 34-Where enJoshua men do ,'id chaied lo Si t>arini" iJotti 7 3 %  %  i Lei Mam 1I22> 4?Ac %  ... ring. %  %  • i other i in coins pUau Hoddesa. OS—Mora wan. m -Slanderm. ij nla<*. ',U -Whal ia the 28th book of th* Old r**um-nt? I -i thaL \ KHTICAL I —In \nai country did Ruth and Orpah live when Naomi's aoof marn.d themT (Ruth 1:4) 2— Church recto. Ddtl • r.-Old Testament 'abbf.) •1 I em ted ml citr (2 Ki 111:13) u—Plate whtr* crime la commilled dawi •l-lVrfuintu 10— Who was nephew to Barrwv iCel 4:10 11-Where did ba dwell? 11 Chi SBi 12 Imparting new visor to13— Brine IV-Inqurrera. %  2H--South American motmtalna. 27-Click oetlle 7R—Nocturnal carnivore aft-Dttceridani ol Ephraim. BRAINTEASER Add 1/3 of 'Aelve to 4'5 of atvtn and make eleven. •a*W tt*l J<|waox "••• %  Mn~ I* I t it II aafWU io ci :**•• CtjrHbl. lUt. kini F>a4Mtl i"<1i I : vat.h I—Trials. HWIilanda (poat) :i;— lllenrta by meltinc :i-Melal 41-Whal ia Ma 24th book of the OW leatJment? 42—Mountain abort B uw 44—Ci t of the iheep. 4*i— LOOK, narrow, fleilble slrlp* of l, nher 47— Masculine name ..%  So.-I n 51—Aflhctio! S3—Root wl_. :•*—Short tared oiaaUft ihtr.) St—Tears violently 5-Wllh wn.it did Jael klfl %  era* iJudu 4:221 59—Plant ol hU | 80—Clan of Roman antiquity. 81—formerly 84—Obeerve. OS—Sun cod 1 1 1 4 m b 1 I i i k !. .. '. '?. 1 6 i II I1 Ell f U i % M ; %  > I-^ .••u li -.0 M J %  .. W i M v. %  <• %\ I ,; ii i % 4' § M ii V, ., / u %  0 $ • 1 % 4B ^ I >0 >l %  % ^s % t 1 % >• %  v, 1 H / n 1* S9 to m 1 • V M / b^ . y // fcl fb 1 f A IO % N .- Of tUKUD agrte with ifie-fi{ 'ndJcjs rfcof %  .-• ^r TMi ClUAtr WAV TO COM PLATE IL MOMt MN1AL CAR! -^ ^:; • CLIANS YOUR TEETH VCLEANS YOUR BREATH v HELPS PREVENT DECAY ; u-r> v al—• hrw** t—n fealh rltjht after aalkaa with COLGATE DENTAL CREAM V YEASTV1TE The Only Pain Reliever containing Vitamin HTouw'-nt wt QUICK RI:II1;1' Irom I'AIN. and alio to enjoy ine heneftr* of Viumin B, you mw take VI AS I VITB TaWtfia. Tlwrc-in.ih.nK.iUkt M \M Mil It M th* ONI V ptM %  r.uin* Uic ii ;• %  : ,1 \ s i VTTB RtLlfVES TOUP PAIN A-jjcrs rju fEii wut ATLAS PAIh onomicl protection wltl. Sujir Esuic M>ni|cri. t Archlttcti. ipec.iy ATLAS PRODUCED f/S combine roboit and .plendid decorative flnith. Iding Contractor.. Tonc>i c.ADr NCUS MHTAMTI PAINTS IN ENGLAND BY THE MAKERS OF ATLAS A" WCJP PHtlERVATItft YSAST-VITE D.I0.I. 0.01061. f'0.. H |ASON |ON!S ATLAS CO. LTD.. P.O. Bo 141, Barbado %  — He Just Stood On m Root AH Day— Ul NA\ IKHI I K been away all a/tai aooa." Hand, th* inadot. ffirl. aai<* to her brothel Kt.arf who had tun rorrm into th* room and Ml htmaeli dtiwn. "try hredly. in the corner beside her 'What have you baeo doliw?' "Oh." aaid Knart. "I *aa btlp in* Whet/fe Wheeeee." Uanid clanred u h bnithai ta aatoniahnii-i.t U I "Whe* Zee Wheee*-e. r*p*aie i ; Rnarf "He ••• ear> tleepr am! duly on account of having to turn around ao much a!! raominu ac ha Mked me— "Who'a Whet Zee %  Wheta**?' in ttrrupted llat.M impatiently, foi aba had never heard of anybody loi anything) by thia name before "What'a tht rood of roar telllnr me how yog helped thia Whee-ZeaWheeeea.ahe added -when I don't a-rtn know who you meant" "He'a a bird." Knsrf aaid. "Oh," said Hanid, "that'a difftr COUGHING ^ IS DANGEROUS its comine; from. Becsuaa aorrc times tht wind cornea from it North, and aometimea it cornea f rthe South—" "—and aometimea from ihr F i the West," Hanid broke In. Dill, rrul Diiectita "Juat a aort cf a jird.Knarl went on. •* W hea-7.ee-W b aa a aia more Ilka a aort of a roottar." ,__ -*ei Hut all thia morning t Lives ret Door anWas-k, Pt coming from every ditlt -A rooaterT" aaid Hanid. "I dont ,-f dtp*. \ and Whet-Z**-". hei> know of any rooatara by that n.nat. had S keep turning round Tharts Freddie, who livca neat roMhft. ao that ht Anally got i door, and Squawkle. who litea on diaxy that h* waa afraid he : tht other aide of the brook, and going to fall off the roof. But Alexande.. who lives aomewhtre or helped him." other, but we've never seen him— on); heard him." Knaif amlied •Whte-ZteWheeeee isn't a regular sort of rooster. He lives on top of the roof." •Oh!" "And he'a mad' said Knarf. going to t "Ho "I told him he mold stand a and rest, or taken nap. and I'd li around and keep watching to where the wind cam* frmu. A %  --_ %  that'a what I did. Kveryiime .*", wind blew. I lurried m lit*.. lUC I.isIlUUS Bennett College can help your career through personal POSTAL TUITION it. "There'a Wh-. Z**v7he*s*e, Hanid. Vou can t him from hare!" Hanid gawd out. Then she lo,,Urd at her brother and leughod. Trbji didn't you tell me thai ^ Wheeeea waa a weathci 1 would have known right away. Bui how did you help him?" Hanid said, fitting down again. "U'^.." aaid Knsrf. "every time the wind blow* V. he. /. % %  V. :iii>! | A I certainly hard work. And even win 'you look to are where in* win) coming from, youra-'t ***the *i' i No matter how hard you look f can't aee it. Whee-7. can't see the wind either But I keeps right on looking "Why la ha called Whee•/.'•• Wham-*?" Hanid Anally aaked. "I gueis" said Knarf. "bera>i*i that's the sound ha always asaki when the *ind (which he can't s* v\hi>tlei past him.'' I t TOW mx i* II [ runs which will qua | l/jdeo* profcaaion. If you a Dan* . n -r-J in your career by mi**cd < ot>i^ortun*tiM -iMwa a sod annairsgerncn!. Qaarsataad taitwn aatil -.*JI .. %  When vou airol till I vou will be coached until >< u Ql UJI V. TbiA assurance U ajbaM B i the CoUcac who Ml | Private Tutor tmiu way you have the tP TM al %  < oiies* Uaisoo, but you Mark M law at year pace! No olraa sic clw:aeu. All hooks axe live U M is HHICH OF rani HIS TOUR II ;..:.-... Taw latent e i bt Your own Tuu>ana bsko out use deverr-^ hi uften otarc lh.ni Oualiryt And (Jui!ii'..:i r, haucrnassL I iv i then sead (without oU*tMJon) %  '' H"-' Bonactt OaaWM •%  MSbjaei ..•* inhM i..—e.iii O^'ah-aioiWxiu %  hdNa( IrtlicHa.TtwBe'am Ci* ii.Sea.t' I .. -M xz Restore Youthful Vigour To Glands in 24 Hours Now Discovery Brings Pleasures of Life to Men Who Feel Old Before Their Time -ware* I>I %  -I*... IDIDUI* KoM, '-.'' %  it %  Sri ..--. hie>'i*i> .J.,ii', r.. .j f.r l*i> o n* r** ToetMut vai ai I rourhful V.oor Rcttored % %  *''iM. i "HHeV" I %  I u .r_._! j Visit the beauty spot of the island %  J - •v,. 1 maa aeSmiaoa > i M i iiraal aataai a •oai-iikii ant iaa_—..., ,_ Guaranteed ariEJrSC. .GLAN6 TCRM IN 1908 Prof. C. V. Bovs rrrade the following remarks in his Pro;:,kntial address lo the Physical Society in London : The LubricatlnR property of oil depends on something which is at present unknown no-one knows what oiliness to" This blissful state of itnorance continued until March 1920 when Wulls and Southcombe published a paper showing conclusively that the "oiliness" of a mineral oil could be substantially improved by additives. Oils made on the Wells Southcombe process became marketed throughout the Wirld as GERM OIL The**? Oils are available lo you to-day in Barbados through the "GERM" Agents. CENTRAL FOUNDRY LTD. Charles !V1< Emarney & Co.. Ltd.



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    \r PAGE IH.H1T.EN SUMDA1 UlVOCATE M SIM'. MARCH 9, 1*62 WM. FOGARTY (I%  > <>%, LTD. §8! Gigantic After Stock Taking COMMENCING ON MONDAY JOTH MARCH |*|You can sing a Song of SAVINGS A welcome boon to the belaboured budget! 1 i F OUR <;ilEx\TEST INVENTORY SALE L\ YE f AND FOR YOU... SAVINGS GALORE! READ THE ENTIRE LIST OF THIS SILK DEPT. • Hiss CREPE—all hade* Reduced from f it* l SI VI yd. WHITE MOSS. CREPE Reduced 11 ..in $2.88 la $1.32 yd. .HI SILK run I from 2 Hi l 11.32 yd. BLUE MOROCAINE from $2.58 lo $1.44 yd. SLIPPED SATIN (mm $2.10 lo $1.68 yd. PINK riCD. SATIN Reduced from 93.00 la 8/yd. CREPE ROMAINK !:. ilu.i-il bom.... 2.J In $1.34 yd. .11 I U IMPRESSION GEORGETTE Nn $1.50 yd. PLAIN GEORGETTE Reduced %  • :lii la $1.31 yd si i in: CREPE Reduced $3.30 la 52.64 yd. Will 11. CREPE Reduced lii. III $1.48 lo $1.00 vd. WHITE CREPE CLOQUE Rrdurrd from $3.24 lo $2.88 yd. WHITE SATIN & TAEFETA STRIPE Reduced from $ 3.33 lo $2.40 yd. W IIITE BROCADE i: il I from $3.36 lo $2.00 vd. PLAID TAEFETA Reduced from $2.28 lo $1.56 vd. PLAID TAFFETA Reduced from $3.00 lo $2.00 yd. CHECK TAFFETA Reduced from $3.90 lo MM yd. PLAID TAEFETA Reduced from $.1.18 lo $2.40 vd. FI.OWFRED CBEPE Reduced from $8.17 In $2.40 vd. FLOWERED ART SILK Reduced from $1.05 lo 72c. yd. STRIPED CREPE now 9r. yd. I LOWERED CREPE Reduced from $1,112 lo $1.50 yd. POLKA DOT GEORGETTE Reduced from $1.98 lo $1.00 vd I LOWERED CREPE Reduced from ... $2.88 lo $1.M yd. I LOWERED CREPE Reduced from S1.K lo $1.50 yd. ART SILK PLAID now $1.68 yd DRESS GOODS DEPT ART SII.K SPUN Reduced from SEERSUCKER — U.S.A. Reduced from FED. SPUN Reduced from TOOTAL LINEN Reduced from MOYGASIIEL LINEN (Fid.) Reduced from MOYGASIIEL LINEN (Plain) Reduced from I.IKMI Yards CHECK MIAMI To Clear u| ART SILK LINEN STRIPE Redurid from DOTTED LINEN Reduced from PLAIN LINEN—N,w FIGURED SPUN—Now l MI lo 84c yd. $1.20 ll $2.37 lo '",.. yd. In $1.32 yd. lo 91.32 yd. $2.25 lu $1.75 yd. $1.53 S1.M $1.58 to $1.H yd lu $1-12 yd. to $1.32 .. W.S2 .. $1.00 .. GENTS' HATS $7.54 lo $4.80 each $5.75 lo $4.00 ,. WILSON HATS Reduced from McQUEEN HATS Reduced I1...11 %  KIB FELTS Reduced from $3.21 lo $2.40 .. JOB FELTS Reduced [rum $3.00 to $1.80 ., BLACK HA IN CAPES Reduced: from S720 lo $3.00 ,. GABERDINE RAIN COATS Rcduc/d from $19.56 lo $15.00 „ $53,000 MERCHANDISED SLASHED! LINEN DEPT 48" FLOWERED CRETONNE Reduced from $2.40 to 8 yd. 48" FLOWERED SPUN Reduced from $3.12 lu S2.52 yd. 36" x 3" PLAID TABLE CLOTHS Reduced from $1.54 lo $1.08 each NURSES COLLARS — Now 16c. .. TURKISH TOWELS 36" x W"—Now 72c. .. 48" TAPESTRY $3.12 vd. DAMASK TABLE CLOTHS 54 x 54 Reduced from $4.00 to S3.00 each COLD. COTTON TABLE CLOTHS 18" x 48" Reduced from $ 2.16 l.i $1,511 earl. COLD. I! 1 YON TABLE CLOTHS 38" X 3H" -Non $1.50 .. MANCHESTER DEPT. 28" 28" 28" 28" 38" .18" 38" 28" 36" 28" 36" 38" COTTON PRINT Now 60f yd. KURUPUNG COTTON GREV DOMESTIC PRINTED II CORD .. 70f COTTON FUC.I 50c COTTON FUGI 85C .. 75t .. 70. .. 68C FLOWERED PRINT '.'. 90c COTTON POPLIN — Now 56c. j CASEMENT — Now 64c. GREY INDIAN HEAD — Now $1.00 FANCY DEPT. LADIES' HANDBAOi (Plastic)—Now S1.80 each LADIES' HANDBAGS | Leather) Now 81.00 each LADIES' PLASTIC IIVNDBAGS Now 91.50 .. CHILDREN'S RAYON BAGS—Now 48c .. CHILDREN'S PLAS "IC BAGS—Now 72c .. WOMEN'S ALL WOt.l. CARDIGANS Anode* Checks -Now $3.00 .. Open Hand KNITTED PULLOVERS All Pure Wool Now $5.00 .. IIOI.YK011I1 ALL WOOL PULLOVERS Aborted Colours — Now $5.00 .. BOYS' POLO SolRTS— Now 44c .. Ladle*' RAYON HANKIES—to Clear ul 12c „ Ladles' COTTON HANKIES—to Clear al 12c PEARL NECKLACES (Sinele strand! — Now 40* .. LADIES HOISERY & UNDERWEAR RAYON N1GHTDIIISSI> Reduced from $5.76 lo $4.00 each TRICOT NIGHTDRESSES Reduced from $11.00 to S7.50 .. NYLON PANTIES Reduced front : -.' 91 to $2.28 pair RAYON PANTIES Reduced from $1.12 lo 90c .. CHILDREN'S CREAM RIBBED VESTS Reduced from 70 each. Now 2 for $1.88 SILHOUETTE BRASSIERE Reduced from . $3.60 to 91.80 each BRASSIERES (Samples) Nov. 80c ,. GIRDLES (Samples) $1.00 „ Vent-A-Ray Combination PANTIES A SKIRT (ShortI Reduced from $3.00 each Now 2 for SI 00 Venl-a.Rav Combination PANTIES A SKIRT I .ul Now slim .. JERSEY RAYON NIGHTDRESSES Reduced from $ 4.15 to $3.00 „ CAMVAL of BARGAINS! LADIES' HOISERY & UNDERWEAR NYLON TRICOT BLIPS Reduced from X3.72 I.. S.VIHI CHILDREN'S COTTON PANTIES Reduced from 18c each lo .1 pairs for SLIM ill Doirn IIAI.LITO HOSIERY (51 OrafC Nvlon) Reduced from S2.59 lo $1.98 pair Liidies' BATHING SUITS One-Piece Lastex Reduced from $14.00 lo $9.00 Liidies' BATHING SUITS Two-Piecc Lastex Reduced from $9.00 lo $4.00 Ladies' BATHING SUITS One-Piece Riplev Reduced from $16.00 lo 518.00 Ladies' PARASOLS Reduced from tiff lo $3.00 I .I..'. Arl Silk BLOUSES Reduced from $11.00 lo $7.20 Ladies' Arl Silk BLOUSES Reduced from $14.00 lo S9.00 SHOE DEPT. Ladies' 'llysradr' SHOES—Hich Heels While. Black and Blue. Nii-fcurk & Suede Reduced from $12.77 lo $6.50 | Ladies REPTILE SHOES —Brown, Grey. Red and l!rigc Reduced from $4.71 to S2.95 Ladies' CANVAS SHOES—with heels —Sires .1 lo 44 Reduced from S2.21 to SI.50 Five Lines LADIES' SHOES Approx. Cost $5.00 pair. To clear at S3.50 Elqhl Lines LADIES' SHOES Approximate Cost $10.00 lo $12.00 To clear now al 96.00 A hirer assorlmenl of GENTS SHOES siics 8 lo lO'li Average cost 910.00 To clear ul S7.00 Four Lilies CHILDREN'S SHOES Reduced from $4.00 lo 82.40 The 'CERT FOOTBALL BOOTS Normal Price S7.00 To clear al 95.00 WOOLLEN DEPT. HI \ I 111 > \ I I TWEED Reduced from $5.13 lo $3.00 yd. TROPICAL SUITINGS Reduced from. $4.82 to $3.60 .. TROPICAL SUITINGS Reduced from $7.39 lo 94.00 .. TROPICAL SUITINGS Reduced from $7.04 lo S5.50 .. BLUE SERGE Reduced from $8.22 to $7.75 .. HERRINGBONE TWEED Reduced Irom 95.75 lo $4.80 per yd. STRIPED TWEED Reduced from 812.04 lo 916.00 vd. Sarloris' 2-Piece READY-MADE SUITS (Tropical) Reduced from S39.36 lo $32.00 Moyinshel TROPICAL PANTS (Grey) Reduced from $13.36 lo $12.50 pair SHIRT DEPT. SHIRTS BUI 1,1 91.00 each $5.73 lo $3.60 CONSULATE TUNIC Reduced from VEHNON SHIRTS Reduced from SPARTAN SHIRTS Reduced from $3.02 lo S3.60 .. B.G. SEA ISLAND COTTON SHIRTS Reduced from $6.71 lo $5.50 ., PEGASUS I Ml


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    rvt.l EIGHTEEN M ND\V \I)V(K.\TI. M Mm M \RCII *. 11*1 V.WAVAWM .-.-,-,',*.•.'.-.-,*.-*-.'.-. .-.-.-.-.-.-.-.-.•.-.•.-.•.-•--%  -••i?*;'.WM. FOGARTY (B'DOS) LTD. Gigantic After Stock Taking '.% %  COMMENCING ON MONDAY JOTH MARCH |*| You can sing a Song of S A VMMCSS A welcome boon to the belaboured budget! OUR GREATEST INVENTORY SALE IN YEARS! I AND FOR YOU... SAVINGS GALORE! READ THE ENTIRE LIST OF THIS S I If SILK DEPT. 3.8 M " 44 yd. 82.88 la $1.32 •-'II. to 11.32 --' 58 to $1.44 Hit Ki S1.K8 $1.50 MOSS CREPE-ull shndei R< .1 il from WHITE MOSS CREPE Reduced from ART SII.K I'liil I from BLUE MOROCAINE from sl.lPPl.l". SATIN fr PINK ITGD SATIN Reduced from I REPE NIHIIIM Kcdutcd I ruin METAL IMPRESSION C.EORGETII Now PLAIN I.I nKi.i ii i Reduced from $2.16 to 11.31 vl I III: CREPE Reduced from 83.31) to (2.64 Will II. CREPE Reduced from $1.46 to $1.00 WHITE CREPE CLOQUE Reduced from $3.24 to $2.HH WHITE SATIN & TAFFETA STRIPE Reduced from $3.33 to $2.40 WHITE BROCADE Reduced from $3.36 to $2.00 PLAID TXFFETA Reduced from $2.28 to $1.56 PI \ll> TAFFETA K. .in. ..I from (HECK TAFFETA Reduced from PLAID TAFFETA Reduced from FLOWERED CREPE Reduced from FLOWERED ART SILK Reduced from STRIPED CREPE now ... I LOWERED CREPE Reduced from . POLKA DOT GEORGETTE Reduced from I LOWERED CREPE Reduced from ... FLOWERED CREPI Reduced from ART SILK PLAID now yd. yd. y-. EMI to 8/yd. sl.w to $I,S4 yd. yd. yd. yd yd. yd. yd. yd. yd. yd. yd yd. yd. yd. yd yd. yd. Td yd. yd $3.00 to $2.00 N I •".< to $2.tM $3.19 to $2.40 $J.I7 to $2.40 $1.05 to 72c. He. 81.92 to 1.S0 $1.98 to $1.00 S2.88 to $1.92 S1.92 to 81.50 S1.M DRESS GOODS DEPT. ART SILK SPIN Reduced Irom M no to 14c. yd. SEERSUCKER — U.S.A. Reduced from $1.20 to *c. yd. FED. SPUN Reduced from $2.11 In $1.3* yd. TOOTAL LINEN Reduced from $2.37 to S1J2 yd. MOYOA8HEL LINEN (Fid.) Redured from $2.25 to $1.75 vd. MOYGASHEL LINEN (Plain) Redured from $1.53 to $1. >d. I.IKI0 Yards CHECK MIAMI To Clear at $1.50 y* ART SII.K LINEN STRIPE Reduced from $1.4 to $1JI yd. DOTTED LINEN Redured from $|.5 le S1.32 .. PLAIN LINEN—Nine *T.3Z .. FIGURED SPUN—Now $1.00 .. GENTS HATS $7.54 to $4.80 each $5.75 to $4.00 „ WILSON HATS Reduced from M.O.UEEN HATS Reduced II.I.I .Kill KELTS Reduced from $3.21 to $2.40 .'"II PELTS Reduced [ran $3.01 to si.KU BLACK RAIN CaPES It. .1 Irom $7JO to $3.00 GABERDINE RAIN COATS Rediin.'d from $19.56 to $15.00 $53,000 MERCHANDISED SLASHED! LINEN DEPT 48' FLOWERED CRETONNE Reduced from $2.10 to 8 • yd. 48" FLOWERED SPUN Reduced from $3.12 to $2.52 yd. 36" x 3" PLAID TABLE CLOTHS Reduced Irom $1.5* to $1.08 each NURSES COLLARS — New 16c. .. TURKISH TOWELS 36 x III"—Now 72c. .. 41" TAPESTRY $3.12 yd DAMASK TABLE CLOTHS 54 54 Reduced Irem $4.00 to $3.00 each COLD. COTTON TABLE CLOTHS In x 48" Reduced Irom $2.1$ to SI.50 each COLD. It 1 VON TABLE CLOTHS 38" X 38" —Now $1.30 „ MANCHESTER DEPT. 28" 28" 28" 28" 30" 38" 38" 28" 36' 28" 36" 36" COTTON PRINT PRINTED II CORD COTTON FUGI COTTON FUGI KURUPUNG COTTON GREY DOMESTIC FLOWERED PRINT COTTON POPLIN — Now CASEMENT — Now GREY INDIAN HEAD — Now New 60c 70f „ SOf ... 5* .. 7S .. n$ .. S8< .. m .. 0e 56c. > 64c. si.mi yd. FANCY DEPT LADIES' HANDBAG(Plastic)—Now SI.80 each LADIES' HANDBAGS (Leather) Now SLIM! each LADIES' PLASTIC HANDBAGS Now 81.50 ,. CHILDREN'S RAYOs BAGS— Now 48c .. CHILDREN'S PLASTC BAGS—Now 72c .. WOMEN'S ALL WOi-l. CARDIGANS AMoiied Checks -Now $3.00 .. Open Hand KNITTED PULLOVERS All Pure Wool — Sow . $5.00 IIOI.YROOD ALL WOOL PULLOVERS Attorted Coleurs — Now $5.00 .. BOYS' POLO SHIRTS—New lie .. Ladle.' RAYON HANKIES—to Clear at 12c .. Ladles' COTTON HANKIES—to Clear ill I2f PEARL NECKLAC1S (Single Strand! — Now 10c .. LADIES H0ISERY & UNDERWEAR $5.76 to 84.00 each SHOO to $7.50 .. .$2.97 to $2.28 pair $1.12 to 90c .. RAYON NIGHTDRESSES Reduced Irom TRICOT NIGHTDRESSES Reduced from NYLON PANTIES Reduced from RAYON PANTIES Reduced Irom CHILDREN'S CREAM RIBBED VESTS Reduced Irom 70 each. Now 2 lor SLIM SILHOUETTE BRASSIERE Reduced from $3.60 to SI.80 curh BRASSIERES (Samples) Now 60c .. GIRDLES (Samples) Sl.00 .. Vent-A-Rav Combination PANTIES SKIRT (Short) Reduced Irom $3.00 each Nov. 3 for $1 00 Venl-a-Rav Combiaatioa PANTIES & SKIRT (Ions) No si.Ml .. JERSEY RAYON NIGHTDRESSES Redured from $4.15 to 83.00 .. CARHIVAL of BARGAINS! LADIES HOISERY & UNDERWEAR NYLON TRICOT VI.IPS Reduced Irom . S5.72 In 85.00 .. CHILDREN'S COTTON PANTIES Reduced Irani 18c Melt to 3 pairs for $1.00 ".II Dozen HAI.LITO HOSIERY (51 Gntfe Byron) Reduced from $2.59 to 81.98 pair Ladies' BATHING SUITS One-Piece Laalex Reduced Irom $14.00 to $9.0(1 Indies' BATHING SUITS Two-Piece Laitex Reduced Irom S9.MI to sl.M) ladies' BATHING SUITS One Piece Ripley Reduced Irom $16.00 to $10.00 lattice' PARASOL-; Reduced from MM to $3.00 Ladies' Art Silk BLOUSES Reduced Irom $11.00 to $7.20 Ladies' Art Silk BLOUSES Reduced Irom $14.00 In $9.00 SHOE DEPT. Ladies' 'HyireeV SHOES—Mich Heel. While, III... I. and Blue. Nn-tuck & Suede Reduced Irom $ 12.77 to $6.50 pair Ladies REPTILE SHOES —Brown. Grev. Red and UeiaV Reduced from $4.71 to $2.95 .. Ladies' CANVAS SHOES—with heels —Sizes 3 to 4'z Reduced from S2.2I to SI..'." pair Five Line* LADIES' SHOES Approx. Cost $5.00 pair. To clear at $3.50 .. Eight Lines LADIES' SHOES Approximate Cost 810.00 to 8I2.MI To clear now at $6.00 .. A large assortment of GENTS SHOES Sizes 8 to lO'.i Average cost 810.00 .. To clear at S7.00 .. Four Lines CHILDREN'S SHOES Reduced from $4.00 to $2.40 .. The CERT' FOOTBALL BOOTS Normal Price $7.00 To rlrar at $5.00 WOOLLEN DEPT. Ill \lllli\l I TWEED Reduced Irom TROPICAL SUITINGS Reduced from. TROPICAL SUITINGS Reduced from TROriCAI. SUITINGS Reduced Irom HI.IE SERGE Reduced from HERRINGBONE TWEED Reduced from STRIPED TWEED Reduced Irom Sarloris' 2-Piece READY MADE SUITS (Tropical) Reduced Irom. S3936 to $32.00 Moycashel TROPICAL PANTS (Grey) Redured from $13.36 to $12.50 pair $5.13 to $3.00 yd. $4.82 lo $3.60 .. $7. to $4.00 .. $7.04 to $5.50 .. ..$8.22 to $7.75 .. $5.75 to 8180 pel "I SHIRT DEPT. 81204 to $10.00 yd. SHIRTS SS.:|7 I.. S4.00 each 85.73 In $3.60 CONSULATE TUNIC Reduced Irom VERNON SHIRTS Reduced from SPARTAN SHIRTS Reduced from 83.02 to S3.M H.G. SEA ISLAND COTTON SHIRTS Reduced Iron S6.7I lo $5.50 PEGASUS I Ml OKI Ii SHIRTS Reduced from $6.65 to $1.00 RAYON SHIRTS. Red from $2.37 to $1.18 PEGASUS MESH SPORTS SHIRTS Redured from SJ.07 to 82.00 TIES—Redured from 72r. to Mb ( (II ION ANKLETS. He'd Inini ate. to 44c. IDOL WOOLLEN ANKLETS Reduced from SEIIX l 81c IDOL WOOLLEN II HOSE Redured from $2.48 to SI.08 IIOI.EPROOF II HOSE Reduced from $2.77 to $1.68 HOI.KPHOOF WOOLLEN ANKLETS Re'd from $1.76 to $1.44 & $1.40 to 81.08 PURE LINEN VESTS Red Irom S6.72 to $4.50 & $5.23 to $3.84 PURE LINEN SHORTS Reduced from H I.; lo KM BATH TRUNKS Red frum S5.6I SPORTS SHIRTS Kediued from HOYS' SHIRTS Red frum $2.31 lo S1.92 & SLID In $1.08 .. FLOWERED SPORTS SHIRTS Reduced from $2.92 (o $2.00 .. PEGASUS UHLFTIC VESTS— Now $1.20 ,. PEGASl'S HRIIr SHORTS—Now SI.20 .. ALL WOOL BATHING TRUNKS—Now—7If ELECTRICAL & HARDWARE DEPT. 100—28 x I'z DUNLOP TYRES To clear ul 82.83 each 100—28 x Hi RIMS( Stainless) To clear at S4.27 ., KM)— ALUMINIUM ( IIAMIIEHS (Large) To clear at S3.40 ENAMEL SAUCEPANS EMI A KM i" si.80 S.VSII lo $4.00 1 11 pi 5-pt. fi.pt. 8-pl. SI.68; S1.82: S2.0L s2 22 ENAMEL BASINS ii-pt. $2.41 each PRICES: 60c. 63c. 69c.. 78c, 88c. and S1.05 each ENAMEL PLATES—clearing at 37c each ENAMEL SLOP PAILS wilh and without Covers—$2.38 and $1.91 each PLASTIC BREAD BOARDS—now 73c each GOOD RADIO BUYS BATTERY SETS—$152.40 rarh A.C. SETS—$110,181 and S132 SI each ELECTRIC IRONS (Hawkins Heal Control -ll IIeach 36 HAIR BROOMS—cleat in..( S3 33 each 1.400 Feet V RUBBER HOSE (Garden) ISC foot MILK t \N* Reduced fr. in 81.96 lo 96c each CHEESE SLICES Reduced Irom EMI lo S1.08 .. CAMPING STOVE Reduced from $11.25 to S8.2S .. CIGAR BOXES Reduced from S12.IKI to $6.00 .. PRESSURE COOKERS (Modern Maid) Redured Irom 111 ml 1,. $7.50 .. mi. BOG POACHERS (12 Baas) —SMitahle (.r Hotel. Reduced Irom S10.7B to S5.00 .. T\STI T TOASTERS Redured Irom EMI (o $3.60 .. :•*. Ill i .• %  • DO NOT DELAYS HURRY IN ON MONDAY and SAVE! SAVE! SAVE!! At— FOG A R T n GIGANTIC SiiLE. ,;*.•.•.•.•.;•.•.•*'/;**•*•,', W*WWA0&



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    ttttfcttt j^lwtaie ESTABLISHED 188.', BARBADOS. yiKCH 9, 1952 PRICE CENTS LUNWAYS WINS BIG SWEEP 2 RECORDS BROKEN \|R K D. EDWARDS' bay Mly Lunways out of Kingsway -Lundy won the Big Sweep as the B.T.C three day Spring Meeting ended at the Garrison yesterday, and brought to the holder of the ticket No EE 9247. $26,432. The largest crowd to attend the Meeting turned out yesterday and witnessed another day of keen competition and excellent racing on the hard Track. The razor-edgf keenness of the day's racini; was climaxed when in the last two events of the day, Lunways ml Rebate shattered two standing for 16 years Wanted Man In Critical Condition records, one of which had been MONTREAL, March 8. Steve Suchan. 24, one of two men wanted in connection with the attempted murder of two Toronto police officers Is In %  critical condition in hospital Saturday with two bullet wounds in his stomach. Suchan was shot In a swanky Cote Dr Heigee apartment last night as lie draw two 4Vand attempted to shoot it out with Montreal policeLeonard Jackson, wanted by Toronto police along with Suchan in attempted murders and Edwin Boyd, also sought for questioning with the other two on other charges, are still being sought bypolice here. Suchan was shot three times byDei Sgt. Albert Dauphin of the Montreal special police squad when he drew revolvers in a d a r k en ed living room of the apartment Police said he had a third revolver in his pocket.—CP) : was in the 24th ice (The Hastings Handicap) over 3| furlong* that Mr K 1) Edwards Lunways, a four-year-old ba; Illy out of Kingsway Lundy locked 1 minute 6| seconds tc ecliptic the time of 1 minute tl/l 00 Thursday last. Rebate also came on In the lad ace of the day to clip 1-5 sec our %  IT the 18-> t-ar-old record set by Gammon over the 71 furlong distance for 'A' class horses In the summer of 1938. Rebate's time was 1 minute 32 1/5 seconds. Forecast. $293.40 The forecast paid the highest money of the meet in the 2*n race,—$263.40 on Seedling and lbler Rose The Pan Mutucl also paid $11.72 in this same race This was second only to $17.80 paid on Gavotte In tho Creole Handicap on the Second day. The field sweep also paid the highest money yesterday when it hed the 1800 mark The Police Band under Captain C. E. Ralson u again In attendance i Lighted the crowd with some lively airs. THIRD DAY KICIITKFNTH RACK March Handicap 2ChargedWith Manslaughter ERIC • i Mlii en \ i < li of Black Rock, ST. Michael, and Prank Clarke of Mount Standfast, St. James, two lorry drivers have been charged with manslaught 1 In connection with the death ten-year-old Audrey Atwell Paynes Bay, St. James Atwell died on the spot after she was involved in an accident Payne* Bay. Ten rttt ba Einbcrt afaL Pepper Wine got nfT Drat Lady and FUi laced the (darter carrying 2 lbs. si the gate* flew, ridden by Yvonet followed by Fire Budget, but when the field passed the stands the first time, Fuss Budget was leading with Pepper Wine and Lunway-r. lying in the second and third position* respectively. Sis lute who had got off to a bad tart, was running last and eventually trailed the field As the horses got around by the five furlong pole, the field strung out with Fuss Budget leading comfortably by a length They raced on to the three furlong pole when the Held closed up on Fuss Budget, but the filly still kept to the fore. On Page 4 Chief Scout In Antigua %  From Our Own CorreapondVne ANTIGUA. March 8 Lord Rowatlan arrived here at 5.20 a.m. Owing; to the early hour, there was a skeleton reception Committee at Coolidge Field compming the Governor's aide de cump Major Hicks and Island Scout CommissioneT J. R. A. McDonald. Today Lord Rowaltan is meet-, inn the clergy of various denomi' nations, visiting Nelson's Dock-! *ard In the afternoon and meet-1 ing scoutcn. BOY SCOUT JAMBOREE FUND *. On Other PagesPage I Cartb. t.VV.CA. 3. Farm and Garden. Cinema, liardesii If Mil-. 4. Boekle. Kaccs> (Cont'd). Sidelights on Sport. Racing Reaults, Football llM.ll.. Editorials. Sitting fin The Fence, Can He Peg Prlcee ? MotiumeiiUl Masterpieces. Three read a picture. The power of tin-trie • Hy. Local New*. W.I Newn. Salvation In Wl The lives of Harry Uirouxh Federation. Lime. Book Review. Guide Notes, Dctectlng t-'aahion. Sewing Circle Lonely Only Child. Children Comic Strips. 23 Charged For Narcotics Riot SAN FRANCISCO, March 8 %  iilictni.'iu ol 23 negroes! of an alleged narcotics riot here will "crack the heart of the nation's narcotics racket," according to United States Narcotics Commissioner Harry J. Anslinger. The 23 persona were indicted yesterday by a Federal Grand Jury on evidence thai they supplied millions of dollars' worth of Heroin to addicts from coast to coast. The single indictment carried names of alleged peddlers in New York, New Jersey, Illinois, Missouri, Arizona. Nevada, Oregon and (".ilifiuni.i. According to the Indictment the head of the ring was Irving W< ler, alias Waxey Gordon, 63, i beer baron of New York City during prohibition days. Wexle; is now serving a 25 years \o life sentence In Sing Sing.—C J'ca Leg. Co. Pass Motion On Profits KINGSTON, J'ca. March 8 The Legislative Council unanimously passed a motion moved by Hon. K. L. M Kirkwood yesterday other .up^urlYyC^^^^^ indictment yet made against the Wafd. Kingdom should not rhurjo the Observers here today believed proBU < United Kingdom conIhiit the 5II parr report issued'^ 101 in respect of pront* earned U. MM I IMSII "•*** HT It 4 \ %  a*. ^f^kk, sal &8iBW JgL _.. ftJssssssssV *• a*** *e~ %  > "'*' !" "*TH Gen. Van Fleet Says Reds Have Built Up Force Of 900,000 Men By IVON HITS SEOUL, Ifarafa H. James Van Fleet distln-asl Chinoiutut K >ii>aii P 8 buill Up a fmof about 900.000 man In KoTM litre ki no Indicttteoii <>( %  Sprtng offensive States Eighth Army (*nmn...ndcr Mid in an mlrivnw that ." %  .i|->nsainl planrs. but tlu allies • I OUgh to halt anv attack I "Hi Kds an m the Front UIM \ m i ha woukt ba "sarpflaad'' if tha communists ((Ti'ii.sive sirnilai tt> then tMStl) bttt unsiiemajoi drivea In April and May of byd jnaa. could kali I onununlani might II would ta %  food n II • ISusta I raises Industrial Conference Butler May Order More j Taxes For L.K. LONDON, Max. 8, I Chancellor of the Exchequer R A Butler who reads out his Brat budget on Tuesday is d to order higher taxes %  i ound ui economics lor this austerity island. The naa a naonth earlier than most years because Butk*r la m a hurry to introduce' aney measure* •the pound from cullapttc %  set duifD dOWB UiWU tpru sad Mnv. w.-; i k ira t" A* II W-bsVI snough -lUiiniK-ni men ami smnumltion ivalrable w,. -t.ui.i ,(,, it n.,,1 effective!} i || ..-.i WVn HI IM.I I Mi.. lui. hm.n up wlnni March ll i-li. i|. ii. r tint event yesterda*. Russia Wants Far East Trade It* I I \ HARMON (iENEVA, Switzerland, March S Itusala will make an Important bid for woiid trade especially from the middle and Fsr Eastern mntrles at the International Economic Conference to be held in afloscow early in Apill accorturu to informed Comroerrlal experts A highly reliable Eastern Euiopeon source sntd that ruanla and bar Red satellite* were preparing a list of specific goods they can export and commoditlas they want In return for submission to the conference. Tho • onfcreiict oilglnally was slAluit Ticket EE 9247 Wins $25,432 MR. K. 1). EDWARDS' boy Ally Lunways won the Big Sweep as the RTC. anTM day meet onded at the Uairiaon Savannah vostewUy and bring the lucky holder of ticket EE—MIT 2B,432 00. Follov.inR Is Lie Prize List HORSFK DRAWN i ltd 'World Peace Council' now Communist scientists and trade union leaders IIBMbeen Invited. on* 1 source saiil 34 counirics will bo represented with buslnessmeo 'eepocialiy strong" from the car and small machlnary lndusti > of Fianw the car and tractor industry of Italy and from Scandinavia, India MiddbEast —UP. NAME Lunways .. Dunquerquc French Fluttrr Betas m Fuaa Uudgei Doldrum ... Castle In the Air Ynsmeen . Fin-lady . Mary Ann .. First Admiral NotonltKebalc Oth 1'osiuuo ind Siil divide 4 th & Sth divide Oth DM "Black Saturday" Blamed On Police Commandant _.. „ CAIRO, March 8, „.. r T,u_ t v P ^" | BJ' e ""ne'" report faslming napoiuibil,'. !' "^\ 5 6ck Suy" rlols on Wafdisl Interior M,mstor. B-aud Serag El Din. the Commandant of City roller and rath as lm ^ rUi-.*_ :. .1 . %  friz. |2b.432 00 9.724 00 iii of ii.ir--. Drawn U.JV. Accuse Reds By PETER KALISHKK TOKYO, March 8 United Nations accused Communists Saturday of holding Allied prisoners including m prison camps in i assured the Red. they had "convincing evidence" to prove it. Reds retaliated with ihe threat that if the lawless activities of the United Nations were not stopped immediately "their development will go beyond the scope of the Korean question." Major General Lac Sang Cho who read the ambigiou* threat from a prepared text did not elaborate on "lawless activities" — V*. Results At A Glance THIRD DAY EIGHTEENTH RACC I Ft'MH Bl'DGET—Latch; PEPPEK WINE—Yvonet I DOLORIM Holder MM 111 Mil RACE 1. HI \ (H IKt.l I — l.ui. I. :. APOLLO P Fletcher 3. COLLETON J.owvh. lUIMIIIil i; \( l 1. BFTSAM — qaeotrd i TWINKLE — Belle. 3. GAVOTTE — 0*NeU. TWENTY-HRMT RACE I FRENCH FH'TTER — Thlrfcell. 1. DOI.DRI M Holder. 3 DASHING PRINCRfM — I.IllIilrun TWENTY-SECOND RACE 1. SKEDLINf, -Lttlehsnan. 2. J: \Mitl.i IROSE — Jaasas. 3 CARDINAL —Quested. TWENTY-TIURD RACE I. WATERBELL — world peace. Pakistan's Prufcssor Aaiueu Hokhaai told DM BMB ihe COQV i-iaint will noa be put In it* Onai form and sent off to the United Nationi until its sponsors have si IJU. %  to talk to the Tunisian Tiprca-cnlativcs who he amid ara xpected hero soon. However. Bokhuri told newsuv n hat ha would be -very surprised U the conipLilnt wss not dispatched this moatlL -IP Dlfticult T;.k SCO j difficult i rsfl ol action la ueoim.II the Koraan conflirt i„ t i, (l „ t last Novcmher wbOB th..„t.,.., < quoted by the Gleaner, Mr. Itiiidamante said: "The IHierto Ricans were wonderful hosts, and more than that they gave the conference a backitmund of teal. enthuslsm and knowledge. They are certainly douig great iigs under the Leadership of His Excellency Mr. Munoz Mar in the Puerto Ri.an Governor, with the avujitance of capable and active men of ability such as Dr. Rafael Pico, chairman of the Planning Hoard, Mr. Teudoro Moacoao, head ol ihe Kconomlc Development An iiiiniktratlon and Mr Jaime BenlChancallor of the University anssasM two nu 1 .id eight milliun pound* n i l and dollar re tunning dangcrousl) U a IT las pmnd i i.llapse, leaving %  Bapn::efemv, J,, ivnediec Butler plans to adnunler remain a .-crei budget late on TuesaaaaL uut >r u halt P.ntain's living beyond her fev mo he ruts cheap to %  %  ivcs workers, he would run BHO inobably Ue biggest em incc lavt Octobei last! as., Pruiu a few funU avaiUuii: il U lluiUr ia planning to da ju*t that. He has told Uu ilunsUy Of Toud to cut its \9JtIMI spending esUmates fiom tOUI uuiuirvd ggaj i ir tj muituii |.ouuUa to three huiuii Reg million This move has bean . %  M a sign that Buttej am nduoa QV %  llntaui four hundred and ten DsSB pounds a year. They ii mi to keep down the %  basic foods and it was cxtiemel popular among LabourJ Tr:idc UnkuilsU —U.p. "Puerto luco k probleou *rc dilTervnt from Jamalca'a but iwveiUialeae UUa conlerance aud thsa visit to Puerto Rico should prove Very bnpoi veliipment uf Jarnai'*s Battle Royal Promised In Oregon WASHINGTON, March 8 The Presidential Primary in iiegrin promiacs a furious battle determine which candircapoctlve party ^i.-luaiiuin is PiiLU)"t I'uroiga Hinir-lt T IMPORTS TO BE CUT CANUEHRA March 8, It la reliably reportad tht Australia's Imports from Britain will be cut by over 200 million Australian pounds In 12 months. Import quota* will be determined quarterly according to the pssanllillty .>f the goods unported" —rjp. lederation Talks Out* In 0 Weeks hum Ow 0*m ConnauudMii' POftT-Or-SPAIN, M n Tho Ilriuali Caribbean Confer%  DCf on Feder.itioa u likely u> bl held in TTUUdad or llarbad. srUhU u„ next six weeks probably under Utt Chairmansliip ol Sir George Seel. The Trinidad Executive Couu|en decided last Tuesday to do %  U it can to spaed up arrung-miii(oi the Confereiue. II .s 'X pec led that the matter will ba mi baforg the Legislative Counil In a week or two. It Is understood that early preparation: for the Conference arc bemjc' made In the light of a recent communication from the SecrcI Btata suggesting that if %  %  nl London Federation bl In Id nest JuiH ..Hid im .i praUrnlnari OOJ ad l>ttie Wesi 'inselves prior to that It la expected that Trinidad will take the lead In getting the vlew> Of other Went Indian colonies early, preliminary to the Con-| fertnec, venue and date. LONDON, M News of Anloine pBtaj cess ui forming a PaTg IraDCb f|imanill—l| today, had a good reception in London when'he crisis hi Rim has caused much anxiety i),pi.in..h. auartai bar ero parti'-ulurly grailflad b] Ins wi-iuslon of Robert Schuman ai Foieimi Minister itaot in ihe de|n'"nlnpUons When'the deadline W.ir filing In Ihe May I* election .:.|r.-.( last Friday every "big i.nne" in the presidential Derby had been entered except Senalor Robert Tsft, avowed candM-ite for Hi publican nomlnstlon, ami Prcsi... it 1'rumsn who still has not anM anted hi* political plans Five l.'epubllean .andldalrx hnv* haan etiterod Dwight Douglaa W In Oregon — General Elsenhower. Oenaraj Mac Arthur. Governor en of California, formei Harold Htasaen, and ito) Wayno Morse of Oregon %  i it-. Cfgfa Senator Ke%  iily avowed Deiiioaalic landl'latt Governor Stevenson of Illinois and United States Supreme Court Justice William lh.ippomliPent It is felt heu Itouglaa. Oregon law permits fllwill ensure conlinuiiy m rarloui ln h of esndlfl smhoul their Western iwogrammes for UM de-, consent and does nut permit withfeneo of the Atlantic community drawn! MacAt'hur. Morse and imd for giving Western GernvnuDouglas ...id then names were a "new deal." U.P. Olnri without their consent.—CaT. Ride -the a RALEIGH WINNER'S choiceCABINET SHAKE-UP STARTS IN HAVANA HAVANA, March 8 Premier and Interior Minis' Oscar Cans, resigned Friday. Observers said his resignation appeared to be the start of a bi.T •hakeup in President Carlos Prlo Cabinet. Thoy 'aid more resignitions would be turned in Monday or Tuesday. Cans was Cuban Ambassador t D ihe United States for several year* —C.F mght and based on arTuv ^ fP*",' 10 "! in th .? M trrrt <''"'*• ,_., ordered by former Premier P ro !" d ,u Pf 00 ^ "£. f&l Aiv Mahcr Pasha into theJanu* m "* ^"ri" In which they ary 26 disturbance, might split 1 we,e earned ,or th d evel ?55 M ? t i S wafd. n The m Xng P ert-'' *-** n $£J* "ton ^rt'. 1 ANOTHER U.S. CRUISER party ,n the Farypt.an P^^men,.,^ JfJ Ifff^^rJaSlI FOR ARGENTINA tleged that Serag KI pur ""** reaU >' meant to develop „ Pasha showed "negligence In backward territories, it was a PHILADELPHIA, March 8. drawing up a plan (o check the 'scandalously wrong thing for them 1 Tho former United State. riots" in which, from noon to;to charge a tax of profit, earned cruiser Boise will be commisaionsunset. 700 business establish-' by Jamaica labour on Jamaican ed Into the Argentine navy at lenls were damaged The report sail in the manufacture of Jamaiceremonies on March 11 aboard %  lied for "administrative dis-' 0 1 products for export from Ja-j the ship at the PhUadelphia naval uluiarv action" against governmalca * •">' otncr " nll r backbase This n the second UJ3 ment fifflelals Including police war *> territory The present poal] CTUISCT bought by Argentina. The rhlefs tion was that the British Govern-, Boise Is one of the few UJJ. navy ._' ,. I ment collected more taxes on the; ships to fight in both the PacuV Amoiig those named as ad(H>erBltori „| in^e companies than and / inlstratively responsible" were ^ZZiTTttM^^n !" Hussein Sobh Rey. Director of Jamalca !" -* n Public Security. Lew (Brigadier i El Solb Bey. former City Police Coramandant, Lewa Ibraban Imam Bey, his Deputy and other senior officials. U.S. $ Again At Par With Canadian $ MONTKEAL. March 8. The United States dollar Friday, closed at par with the Canadian dollar up 1/32 from Thursday's close. The pound sterling wag $2.78 unchanged from Thursday. In New York the Canadian dolEight ffriim'd Dead In Crash i .-. Vv' %  I %  %  WORLDS CHAMPION CYCLE was unchanged at a premium 1/92 per cent, in terms of United State* funds. In clodn* Foreign Exchange dealings Friday tho pound sterling was down 1'16 cent at $2.78 I'is. Atlantic during World War II. _. _-cp.i Farm Hand wages All Girl Crew Seek Cuban Lovers C,imb ,n Canada OTTAWA March 8 Wages paid to (arm hands in Canada have climbed with the highest wage paid in British Columbia and the lowest In Saskatchewan, the Bureau of Statistic reported A lurvey taken in mid-JanunJayi when ihowed that the daily evera/i "trapped phones" case rulmiantheir radio failed anil they became lost AI Hederman skippered ] wage for all Canada wtlh boar I ted in his aapul Tre4ealr last year and has been "training" hii new girl crew several locreaaed to st.flo, a SO-eef.! He supported the court test 1-' weeks for the 1M2 race. jump from 14 10 on January 15. mony that Scrag. El Din pasha London-born E*me So.ble. 13. who looks more like .i lovely weekIH1 ordered that the phone* of mporend acht guest than a member of the yacht crew, said: *I im i The monthly rate with board FLORIDA. March 8 S OME 30 sleek yachts set sail in the 19th annual race to Havana, but all eyes were on an illegal entry manned by an all-girl crow Anti-graft Premier was himself 1 Interested in those "Latin lovers" in Cuba a Wafdist until November last Schooner Tregncalr whose crew is made up of seven girls clad n when the declining i shorts was refused official entry In the race because of an %  %  had shown m recent venr'U crew set sail la-t year with official entries his evidence in the famous 1 and finished up an object of Coast Guard search for three days wh. tant ...... pertonalitlebe —cr. tampered! blonde English gal who i* interested In the Cuban way of Ufa, love < climbed to $80. up 811 from %~i and—' 'i" '**t"—TJ.I*. — Swiv, mountain guides left th: TnHftHln liamlrt Saturday for the wreckage of the United States 47 transport plane Crtucrj craabad Friday at the 1900-fo. %  : level of Jungfrnu. crew wlio left Madrid Friday enAir Base ' believed lo be alive, but the guides set out EO rtabl whether or not QMTO arc survivors. The guides, Oscar Gersch ir lunegger, di.sappenrcl swirling tog almost Immediate after they left here—CJr\ RALEIGH THE ALL-STEEL £ga*^N*sseatss*' sjaaM CA w m an 1 1 ., in 10 13 BROAD STREET 1 n coMnrra WITMOUI a aTuansvoa nruu oiaa AND OTNOHUI I


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ESTABLISHED 188.',
BARBADOS. yiKCH 9, 1952
PRICE
CENTS
LUNWAYS WINS BIG SWEEP
2 RECORDS BROKEN
\|R K D. EDWARDS' bay Mly Lunways out
of Kingsway -Lundy won the Big Sweep as
the B.T.C three day Spring Meeting ended at the
Garrison yesterday, and brought to the holder of
the ticket No EE 9247. $26,432.
The largest crowd to attend the Meeting
turned out yesterday and witnessed another day
of keen competition and excellent racing on the
hard Track.
The razor-edgf keenness of the day's racini; was
climaxed when in the last two events of the day, Lunways
ml Rebate shattered two
standing for 16 years
Wanted Man
In Critical
Condition
records, one of which had been
MONTREAL, March 8.
Steve Suchan. 24, one of two
men wanted in connection with
the attempted murder of two
Toronto police officers Is In cri-
tical condition in hospital Satur-
day with two bullet wounds in his
stomach.
Suchan was shot In a swanky
Cote Dr Heigee apartment last
night as lie draw two 4V- and
attempted to shoot it out with
Montreal police-
Leonard Jackson, wanted by
Toronto police along with Suchan
in attempted murders and Edwin
Boyd, also sought for questioning
with the other two on other
charges, are still being sought by-
police here.
Suchan was shot three times by-
Dei Sgt. Albert Dauphin of the
Montreal special police squad
when he drew revolvers in a
darkened living room of the apart-
ment
Police said he had a third re-
volver in his pocket.CP)
: was in the 24th ice (The
Hastings Handicap) over 3| fur-
long* that Mr K 1) Edwards
Lunways, a four-year-old ba;
Illy out of Kingsway Lundy
locked 1 minute 6| seconds tc
ecliptic the time of 1 minute tl/l

00 Thursday last.
Rebate also came on In the lad
ace of the day to clip 1-5 sec our
IT the 18-> t-ar-old record set by
Gammon over the 71 furlong dis-
tance for 'A' class horses In the
summer of 1938. Rebate's time was
1 minute 32 1/5 seconds.
Forecast. $293.40
The forecast paid the highest
money of the meet in the 2*n
race,$263.40 on Seedling and
lbler Rose The Pan Mutucl
also paid $11.72 in this same race
This was second only to $17.80
paid on Gavotte In tho Creole
Handicap on the Second day.
The field sweep also paid the
highest money yesterday when it
hed the 1800 mark The Police
Band under Captain C. E. Ralson
u again In attendance i
Lighted the crowd with some
lively airs.
THIRD DAY
KICIITKFNTH RACK
March Handicap
2ChargedWith
Manslaughter
ERIC i Mlii en \ i < li of Black
Rock, ST. Michael, and Prank
Clarke of Mount Standfast, St.
James, two lorry drivers have
been charged with manslaught1
In connection with the death
ten-year-old Audrey Atwell
Paynes Bay, St. James
Atwell died on the spot after
she was involved in an accident
Payne* Bay.
Ten
rttt
ba
Einbcrt
afaL
Pepper Wine
got nfT Drat
Lady and FUi
laced the (darter
carrying 2 lbs.
si the gate* flew,
ridden by Yvonet
followed by Fire
Budget, but when
the field passed the stands
the first time, Fuss Budget was
leading with Pepper Wine and
Lunway-r. lying in the second and
third position* respectively.
Sis lute who had got off to a bad
tart, was running last and
eventually trailed the field
As the horses got around by
the five furlong pole, the field
strung out with Fuss Budget
leading comfortably by a length
They raced on to the three fur-
long pole when the Held closed
up on Fuss Budget, but the filly
still kept to the fore.
On Page 4
Chief Scout
In Antigua
From Our Own CorreapondVne
ANTIGUA. March 8
Lord Rowatlan arrived here at
5.20 a.m. Owing; to the early
hour, there was a skeleton re-
ception Committee at Coolidge
Field compming the Governor's
aide de cump Major Hicks and
Island Scout CommissioneT J. R.
A. McDonald.
Today Lord Rowaltan is meet-,
inn the clergy of various denomi- '
nations, visiting Nelson's Dock-!
*ard In the afternoon and meet-1
ing scoutcn.
BOY SCOUT JAMBOREE
FUND
*.
On Other Pages-
Page I Cartb. t.VV.CA.
3. Farm and Garden.
Cinema, liardesii
If Mil-.
4. Boekle. Kaccs> (Cont'd).
Sidelights on Sport.
Racing Reaults, Foot-
ball llM.ll..
Editorials. Sitting fin
The Fence, Can He
Peg Prlcee ?
MotiumeiiUl Master-
pieces. Three read a
picture.
The power of tin-trie
Hy.
Local New*. W.I Newn.
Salvation In Wl
The lives of Harry
Uirouxh Federation.
Lime. Book Review.
Guide Notes, Dctectlng
t-'aahion. Sewing Circle
Lonely Only Child.
Children
Comic Strips.
23 Charged For
Narcotics Riot
SAN FRANCISCO, March 8
iilictni.'iu ol 23 negroes!
of an alleged narcotics riot here
will "crack the heart of the
nation's narcotics racket," accord-
ing to United States Narcotics
Commissioner Harry J. Ansling-
er. The 23 persona were indicted
yesterday by a Federal Grand
Jury on evidence thai they sup-
plied millions of dollars' worth
of Heroin to addicts from coast
to coast.
The single indictment carried
names of alleged peddlers in
New York, New Jersey, Illinois,
Missouri, Arizona. Nevada, Ore-
gon and (".ilifiuni.i.
According to the Indictment the
head of the ring was Irving W<
ler, alias Waxey Gordon, 63, i
beer baron of New York City
during prohibition days. Wexle;
is now serving a 25 years \o life
sentence In Sing Sing.C
J'ca Leg. Co. Pass
Motion On Profits
KINGSTON, J'ca. March 8
The Legislative Council unani-
mously passed a motion moved by
Hon. K. L. M Kirkwood yesterday
other .up^urlYyC^^^^^
indictment yet made against the Wafd. Kingdom should not rhurjo the
----- Observers here today believed proBU < United Kingdom con-
Ihiit the 5ii parr report issued'^101 in respect of pront* earned
U.
MM I IMSII
"*** HT
It 4 \ a*.
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Gen. Van Fleet Says
Reds Have Built Up
Force Of 900,000 Men
By IVON HITS
SEOUL, Ifarafa H.
James Van Fleet distln-asl Chinoi- utut K >ii>aii
P 8 buill Up a fm- of about 900.000 man In KoTM
litre ki no Indicttteoii <>( Sprtng offensive
States Eighth Army (*nmn...ndcr Mid in an mlrivnw that
.".i|->nsainl planrs. but tlu allies
I OUgh to halt anv attack
I "Hi Kds an m the Front Uim \ m
i ha woukt ba "sarpflaad'' if tha communists
((Ti'ii.sive sirnilai tt> then tMStl) bttt unsiie-
majoi drivea In April and May of byd jnaa.
could kali ----------------------------------------------------
I onununlani might
II would ta food n II
ISusta I raises
Industrial
Conference
Butler May
Order More
j Taxes For L.K.
LONDON, Max. 8,
I Chancellor of the Exchequer
R A Butler who reads out
his Brat budget on Tuesday is
d to order higher taxes
i ound ui economics
lor this austerity island. The
naa a naonth earlier
than most years because But-
k*r la m a hurry to introduce'
aney measure*
- the pound
from cullapttc
set duif-
D dOWB Ui- WU
tpru sad Mnv. w.-;
i k ira t" A*
II W-- bsVI snough -lUiiniK-ni ,
men ami smnumltion ivalrable
w,. -t.ui.i ,(,, it n.,,1 effective!}
i ||
..-.i
WVn HI IM.I I Mi.. lui. hm.n up wlnni
March ll i-li. i|. ii.r tint event yesterda*.
Russia Wants
Far East Trade
It* I.....I \ HARMON
(iENEVA, Switzerland,
March S
Itusala will make an Important
bid for woiid trade especially
from the middle and Fsr Eastern
mntrles at the International Eco-
nomic Conference to be held in
afloscow early in Apill accorturu
to informed Comroerrlal experts
A highly reliable Eastern Euio-
peon source sntd that ruanla and
bar Red satellite* were preparing
a list of specific goods they can
export and commoditlas they want
In return for submission to the
conference.
Tho onfcreiict oilglnally was
slA-
luit
Ticket EE 9247
Wins $25,432
MR. K. 1). EDWARDS' boy Ally Lunways won the Big
Sweep as the RTC. anTM day meet onded at the Uairiaon
Savannah vostewUy and bring the lucky holder of
ticket EEMIT 2B,432 00.
Follov.inR Is Lie Prize List
HORSFK DRAWN
i ltd 'World Peace Council'
now Communist
scientists and trade union leaders
Iibm- been Invited.
on*1 source saiil 34 counirics
will bo represented with buslness-
meo 'eepocialiy strong" from the
car and small machlnary lndus-
ti > of Fianw the car and tractor
industry of Italy and from Scandi-
navia, India
Middb- East
UP.
NAME
Lunways ..
Dunquerquc
French Fluttrr
Betas m
Fuaa Uudgei
Doldrum ...
Castle In the Air
Ynsmeen . .
Fin-lady .
Mary Ann ..
First Admiral
Notonlt-
Kebalc .
Oth
1'osiuuo
ind Siil
divide
4 th & Sth
divide
Oth
Dm
"Black Saturday" Blamed
On Police Commandant
_.. CAIRO, March 8,
.. rT,u-_t-vP,^"|BJ'e""ne'" report faslming napoiuibil-
,'. !' "^\ 56ck Suy" rlols on Wafdisl Interior
M,mstor. B-aud Serag El Din. the Commandant of City
roller and rath as lm ^........ rUi-.*_ :. .1 *
friz.
|2b.432 00
9.724 00
iii of ii.ir--. Drawn
U.JV. Accuse Reds
By PETER KALISHKK
TOKYO, March 8
United Nations accused Com-
munists Saturday of holding
Allied prisoners including
m prison camps in
i assured the Red. they
had "convincing evidence" to
prove it.
Reds retaliated with ihe threat
that if the lawless activities of
the United Nations were not
stopped immediately "their de-
velopment will go beyond the
scope of the Korean question."
Major General Lac Sang Cho
who read the ambigiou* threat
from a prepared text did not
elaborate on "lawless activities"
V*.
Results At A
Glance
THIRD DAY
EIGHTEENTH RACC
I Ft'MH Bl'DGETLatch-
; PEPPEK WINEYvonet
I DOLORIM Holder
MM 111 Mil RACE
1. HI \ (H IKt.l I l.ui. I.
:. APOLLO P Fletcher
3. COLLETON J.owvh.
lUIMIIIil i; \( l
1. BFTSAM qaeotrd
i TWINKLE Belle.
3. GAVOTTE 0*NeU.
TWENTY-HRMT RACE
I FRENCH FH'TTER
Thlrfcell.
1. DOI.DRI M Holder.
3 DASHING PRINCRfM
I.Ill- Iilrun
TWENTY-SECOND RACE
1. SKEDLINf, -Lttlehsnan.
2. j: \Mitl.i I- ROSE
Jaasas.
3 CARDINAL Quested.
TWENTY-TIURD RACE
I. WATERBELL I ill i im Newman.
i JOLLY M1LLM
Holder
TWENTY-FOIRTH
1. LUNWAYK N<
t. AEM LOW Belle.
3. FRENCH I 1 I II K
Thirkeil.
rWLNI Y-FH-TH RA
1 REBATE
I. NOTONTTEP.
3. LANDMARK -
RACE
French Tunisia n
Dispute Is Hum I
To World Peace
NEW YORK. March H
Thirteen member, of the Aauui-
Afrkan bloc F.id..-. drew up j
Icauttv* draft id a letter thej
will aciMi to the- Security Council
asking It to Uike up the French-
Tunisian dispuu- a. threat u>
world peace.
Pakistan's Prufcssor Aaiueu
Hokhaai told dm BMB ihe COQV
i-iaint will noa be put In it* Onai
form and sent off to the United
Nationi until its sponsors have si
Iju. to talk to the Tunisian
Tiprca-cnlativcs who he amid ara
xpected hero soon.
However. Bokhuri told newsuv n
hat ha would be -very surprised '
U the conipLilnt wss not dis-
patched this moatlL -IP
Dlfticult T;.k
SCO j difficult i
rsfl ol action la ueoim.-
ii the Koraan conflirt i ti, (l t
last Novcmher wbOB th.- .t.,..,
< pace. If Van Fleet had
| serins certain be would
vi i". rcrrad to eonunua the
that cost the
CororaunlShl heavllv in men and
pmanl nui with Arrnsttkc
talks rx.hiir.ii .., idoraUoni
weighed h.-avlly
He said "It was thought we
i-nuld arninga an armUticc If we
HOWSd dOWO lit :trr,rdnce With
the WlStkM of the propl- bach
bans who did not want heavy
ensualtles when there was a
rhanre f.ir pe.iee Future opera-
tions of the Eighth Army are still
n hi, eontaraiios table at Pan-
Artillery
Van Fleet uid the Chinese and
North Koreans hve twtre .i^ man]
itilUiv pieret n-i the United Na-
tions along the IM-mlle fror
m reserve, adding: "They are
throwing in tut more nrtlilcrv
and shells than they ever haw.
There nre points where fhev think nothing
throwing In eoneentratloni
I,(MX* niunds ond more. In otfkBI
words thev are being pri-trv Ilh-
il with their
n hi li ice psawta if them."
n Flaot -J.ld the allied i.M.I
i batter h.iwever "and dial
i here we feel we huv
lie naid the rnemy are
ig Cbhrass North American
incao field pieces and Home
I flhffWsr nd Russian guns,
neae and North Korean unltw
now at virtuallv full strength.
Mi.

1101
ItiKT-OF-SPAIN, March 6
In tho View Ol the lion W ..
1 t.i.nante. delegate from Jamal-
"' the Cmifei.ii..- OB Industrial
IVvohipment. recently held
Puerto Rico, under Caribbean
Commission auspices, was an "out-
standing success", according in sn
article appearing In Ihe Jariaira
C legit er.
A> quoted by the Gleaner, Mr.
Itiiidamante said:
"The IHierto Ricans were won-
derful hosts, and more than that
they gave the conference a back-
itmund of teal. enthuslsm and
knowledge.
They are certainly douig great
iigs under the Leadership of His
Excellency Mr. Munoz Mar in the
Puerto Ri.an Governor, with the
avujitance of capable and active
men of ability such as Dr. Rafael
Pico, chairman of the Planning
Hoard, Mr. Teudoro Moacoao, head
ol ihe Kconomlc Development An
iiiiniktratlon and Mr Jaime Benl-
Chancallor of the University
anssasM two nu1.-
id eight milliun pound* n
i l and dollar re
tunning dangcrousl)
U a it las pmnd
i
i.llapse, leaving Bapn:-
:efemv, J,,
ivnediec Butler plans to adnun-
ler remain a .-crei
- budget late on Tues-
aaaaL uut >r u halt
P.ntain's living beyond her fev
mo he ruts cheap to

ivcs workers, he would run BHO
inobably Ue biggest
em incc lavt Octobei
last! as.,
Pruiu a few funU avaiUuii: il
U lluiUr ia planning to
da ju*t that. He has told Uu
ilunsUy Of Toud to cut its \9Jt-
IMI spending esUmates fiom
tOUI uuiuirvd ggaj i .irtj muituii
|.ouuUa to three huiuii
Reg million
This move has bean .
M a sign that Buttej
am nduoa QV .

llntaui four hundred and ten
DsSB pounds a year. They
ii mi to keep down the .
basic foods and it was cx-
tiemel popular among Labour-
J Tr:idc UnkuilsU U.p.
"Puerto luco k probleou *rc
dilTervnt from Jamalca'a but
iwveiUialeae UUa conlerance aud
thsa visit to Puerto Rico should
prove Very bnpoi
veliipment uf Jarnai'*s
Battle Royal
Promised In
Oregon
WASHINGTON, March 8
The Presidential Primary in
iiegrin promiacs a furious battle
determine which candi-
rcapoctlve party

^i.-luaiiuin is PiiLU)"t
I'uroiga Hinir-ltt
IMPORTS TO BE CUT
CANUEHRA March 8,
It la reliably reportad tht
Australia's Imports from Britain
will be cut by over 200 million
Australian pounds In 12 months.
Import quota* will be deter-
mined quarterly according to the
pssanllillty .>f the goods
unported"
rjp.
lederation Talks
Out* In 0 Weeks
hum Ow 0*m ConnauudMii'
POftT-Or-SPAIN, M n
Tho Ilriuali Caribbean Confer-
DCf on Feder.itioa u likely u> bl
held in TTUUdad or llarbad.
srUhU u next six weeks prob-
ably under Utt Chairmansliip ol
Sir George Seel.
The Trinidad Executive Couu-
|en decided last Tuesday to do
.U it can to spaed up arrung--
miii- (oi the Confereiue. II .s
'X pec led that the matter will ba
mi baforg the Legislative Coun-
il In a week or two. It Is un-
derstood that early preparation:
for the Conference arc bemjc'
made In the light of a recent
communication from the Secrc-
I Btata suggesting that if
nl London Federation '
bl In Id nest JuiH
..Hid im .i praUrnlnari
OOJ ad l>- ttie Wesi '
'inselves prior to that
It la expected that Trinidad will
take the lead In getting the vlew>
Of other Went Indian colonies
early, preliminary to the Con-|
fertnec, venue and date.
LONDON, M
News of Anloine pBtaj
cess ui forming a PaTg IraDCb
f|imanilll| today, had a good
reception in London when- 'he
crisis hi Rim has caused much
anxiety i),pi.in..h. auartai bar
ero parti'-ulurly grailflad b] Ins
wi-iuslon of Robert Schuman ai
Foieimi Minister
itaot in ihe de- |n'"nlnpUons When'the deadline
W.ir filing In Ihe May I* election
.:.|r.-.( last Friday every "big
i.nne" in the presidential Derby
had been entered except Senalor
Robert Tsft, avowed candM-ite for
Hi publican nomlnstlon, ami Prcsi-
... it 1'rumsn who still has not an-
m anted hi* political plans Five
l.'epubllean .andldalrx hnv* haan
etiterod
Dwight
Douglaa
. W
In Oregon General
Elsenhower. Oenaraj
Mac Arthur. Governor
en of California, formei
Harold Htasaen, and
ito) Wayno Morse of Oregon
i it-. Cfgfa Senator Ke-
iily avowed Deiiioaalic
landl'latt Governor Stevenson of
Illinois and United States Su-
preme Court Justice William
lh- .ippomliPent It is felt heu Itouglaa. Oregon law permits fll-
will ensure conlinuiiy m rarloui lnh of esndlfl smhoul their
Western iwogrammes for UM de-, consent and does nut permit with-
feneo of the Atlantic community drawn! MacAt'hur. Morse and
imd for giving Western Gernvnu- Douglas ...id then names were
a "new deal." .__U.P. Olnri without their consent.CaT.
Ride
-the
a RALEIGH
WINNER'S
choice-

CABINET SHAKE-UP
STARTS IN HAVANA
HAVANA, March 8
Premier and Interior Minis'
Oscar Cans, resigned Friday.
Observers said his resignation
appeared to be the start of a bi.T
hakeup in President Carlos Prlo
Cabinet. Thoy 'aid more resigni-
tions would be turned in Monday
or Tuesday.
Cans was Cuban Ambassador t D
ihe United States for several year*
C.F
mght and based on arTuv ^ fP*",'10"!in th.?M' trrrt<''"'*
,_., ordered by former Premier Prod ,u* Pf00^ ". f&l
Aiv Mahcr Pasha into theJanu- * m "* ^"ri" In which they
ary 26 disturbance, might split1 we,e earned ,or th* d,evel?55M?ti
S wafd. nThemXngPert-'' *-**n$J* "ton ^rt'.1 ANOTHER U.S. CRUISER
party ,n the Farypt.an P^^men,.,^ JfJ Ifff^^rJaSlI FOR ARGENTINA
tleged that Serag KI pur ""** reaU>' meant to develop_____
Pasha showed "negligence In backward territories, it was a PHILADELPHIA, March 8.
drawing up a plan (o check the 'scandalously wrong thing for them1 Tho former United State.
riots" in which, from noon to;to charge a tax of profit, earned cruiser Boise will be commisaion-
sunset. 700 business establish-' by Jamaica labour on Jamaican ed Into the Argentine navy at
lenls were damaged The report sail in the manufacture of Jamai- ceremonies on March 11 aboard
lied for "administrative dis-'0"1 products for export from Ja-j the ship at the PhUadelphia naval
uluiarv action" against govern- malca * ">' otncr "nllr back- base This n the second UJ3
ment fifflelals Including police war*> territory The present poal- ] ctuisct bought by Argentina. The
rhlefs tion was that the British Govern-, Boise Is one of the few UJJ. navy
._' ,. I ment collected more taxes on the; ships to fight in both the PacuV
Amoiig those named as ad- (H>erBltori, | in^e companies than and / _
inlstratively responsible" were ^ZZiTTttM^^n
Hussein Sobh Rey. Director of Jamalca -*n
Public Security. Lew (Brigadier i
El Solb Bey. former City
Police Coramandant, Lewa Ibra-
ban Imam Bey, his Deputy and
other senior officials.
U.S. $ Again At Par
With Canadian $
MONTKEAL. March 8.
The United States dollar Friday, closed at par with
the Canadian dollar up 1/32 from Thursday's close. The
pound sterling wag $2.78 unchanged from Thursday.
In New York the Canadian dol- -------------------------
Eight ffriim'd
Dead In Crash
, i .-.

Vv'

I

"
WORLDS
CHAMPION
CYCLE
'

was unchanged at a premium
1/92 per cent, in terms of
United State* funds. In clodn*
Foreign Exchange dealings Friday
tho pound sterling was down 1'16
cent at $2.78 I'is.
Atlantic during World War II. _. _-
-cp.i Farm Hand wages
All Girl Crew Seek Cuban Lovers C,imb ,n Canada
OTTAWA March 8
Wages paid to (arm hands in
Canada have climbed with the
highest wage paid in British Co-
lumbia and the lowest In Sas-
katchewan, the Bureau of Statis-
tic reported
A lurvey taken in mid-Janun-
Jayi when ihowed that the daily evera/i
"trapped phones" case rulmian- their radio failed anil they became lost AI Hederman skippered] wage for all Canada wtlh boar I
ted in his aapul Tre4ealr last year and has been "training" hii new girl crew several locreaaed to st.flo, a SO-eef.!
He supported the court test 1-' weeks for the 1M2 race. jump from 14 10 on January 15.
mony that Scrag. El Din pasha London-born E*me So.ble. 13. who looks more like .i lovely week- IH1
ordered that the phone* of mpor- end acht guest than a member of the yacht crew, said: *I im i The monthly rate with board
FLORIDA. March 8
SOME 30 sleek yachts set sail in the 19th annual race to Havana,
but all eyes were on an illegal entry manned by an all-girl crow
Anti-graft Premier was himself1 Interested in those "Latin lovers" in Cuba
a Wafdist until November last Schooner Tregncalr whose crew is made up of seven girls clad n
when the declining i shorts was refused official entry In the race because of an *
had shown m recent venr'- U crew set sail la-t year with official entries
his evidence in the famous1 and finished up an object of Coast Guard search for three days wh.
tant
......
pertonalitle- be
cr.
tampered! blonde English gal who i* interested In the Cuban way of Ufa, love < climbed to $80. up 811 from %~i
and' 'i",'**t"TJ.I*. 175.
KLKINE, Sciieidegg.
Switzerland, March 8.
iiiaving avalanches, fog, blliid-
ing mow durrlas and all the peril-
of die Alps, two world famou>
Swiv, mountain guides left th:
TnHftHln liamlrt Saturday for the
wreckage of the United States
47 transport plane Crtucrj
craabad Friday at the 1900-fo. :
level of Jungfrnu.
crew wlio left Madrid Friday en-
Air Base
' '
believed lo be
alive, but the guides set out EO
rtabl whether or not Qmto
arc survivors.
The guides, Oscar Gersch ir
lunegger, di.sappenrcl
swirling tog almost Immediate
after they left hereCJr\
RALEIGH
THE ALL-STEEL
ga*^N*sseatss*' sjaaM
cawman 11., in
10 13 BROAD STREET
1 n coMnrra witmoui a aTuansv-
oa nruu oiaa and otnohui
i


VAC.t TWO
M MJU 1IIIIH Ml
SUNDAY MARCH 9. I.Y>
if uou irant
to start in
aooti tinw
rely upon :i Smuh AUrrn
Ttmlivi you liflht (X\ lime! Teat
\WN. see*
lot 30 hoar at one wndmj;. In cream.
c.l fiusags.
I has a 4-Jnch if) il \. . u
f IKiMIIHIIMIi i i to-*0*>,w,'*rv. smm
lllxSll r ILL LB4DI<. Hill till
7/ie
A' OT it E.
In ordrr In mecl the dt-mnnd for serving the
l>uhlir heltrr in nur DKl'6 STORE we have
rimed our SODA FOINTA1S DEPARTMENT
mid will be iilili/uiL tliis space (or vp.mdin::
cur DRl'O I >l ! Mi I 111 SI
to I.I.I XS LTD.
ROODAL THEATRES
Gxclusioe Shopping Centre
* *
DECORATION HOUSE: Aaliqura. Glfta. '
V. DE LIMA & CO China. Jeweller). Gill*
ADVOCATE CO. : II....I. Shup. Stationery.
CARIU SIIOI': Cursed Mabotfaa) Native
Hurhadinn Ware*. Indian Baa's and Bells.
GREYSTONK GALLERIES Ciwiplelely
new Ti-cliniuue. deai*-n und Finishe* in
Barbados Potter;
STANSFEI.D SCOTT CO: Wine.. Spirits
mid Groceries.
^ Till. ENGLISH SHOP: Materials blocked
|y> b\ buml. Skirls. Shins. Shorls.
\\
XS IIETTINA LTD: Gowns. I.inxerie. Gills.
\
CLUB POINCIANA:
vYva Guest Kimmiiv
Bar, H>*-l.iurunt.
MR AND MRS. JOHN J.
McHALE frun, London,
Ontario. Canada w aaoag the
recent arrivals by T.CA. *w*y
have come over for nve weeks'
hoMiy which te*y up spesatln:
.- guest* of the saaiwic Hotel.
Mr. Mr Hal.- who Is President
of Scott and MrHnlc Shoe Manu-
facturing ''" "f I-ndon told
Curtb yvalerday that this Is their
flrt v!*it to Barbados and they
* enjoying iL
llr ar.d daughter, Mr. ami all* Jamai
0 Hughes also of London,
1 aT>- expected to loin
:aem shortly.
Mr. Hughes i* Resident Part-
ner of A.E. Ames and Co.. Invest-
t Broke i ^f London
For Two Weeks
MRS. CECIL WILLIAMS of
Brooklyn. New York, is now
-ui two weeks' holiday
' tying at Silver Beacb Guest
House, Rockle>. She arrived
urmg the pa*'. v>ni by B.W.l.A .
midftd her native land
.there she had ipeiil two weeks
B .bser.ee uf 28 years
Attended Opening Of
PI***
MR. .1 d Mrs. Henry Tevluek-
<.iiih from Trinidad who
i for the opening of the
roaree* Plaza, returned home
w B.WI.A.. on Friday evening.
They were staying at the Hasting*
Rote.
Ur. Teelurkstngh is Managing
Director of Tceluck.ingh Thea-
tres Ltd.. md .1 Director of the
Caribbean Theatre* Ltd.
Continuing Holiday
MRS. AUDREY THOMPSON of
Auckland, New Zealand,
retunicd here from Trinidad on
, ming by B.WI.A. after
laying a short visit there to con-
holiday. She came out to
Bjrtdos in January and is itay-
. the Hastings Hotel
CaJiib galling
Eight ,
UK AMD MRU CMAELEM L OMOHUNDRO who were recenUy
marrieS at St. afittkiu Church Mr-. 0. L. OtnobuDdro was the
tor*ir Mi Margery at. Boycc
I > I I" I IC I
ii i i ..
IT'S ill! <,KE.\T Ml. Ml SMAI SHAW
THAT Ni.Mivs/i'iJfl
Hl ITSELF!r
BgLBtfM
atssi
IIKINDA HI \l TV SAI.ON Lailies Hair- J
dreksinK. Hcaut> treatment.
? ^lialnioral \jup- rtastifigs, I
:%*.'.::.::'.
^/,W//V.*.*/V//,VAW,
v>
Nat
- CLOSE ^#^4
m **. %p-ii s..i.^ Mt%iM
OpeninK TO-NFTK H.30: Alon. und Tttes.. I and H.3fl
Retired Dairyman
MK. AND MRS RICHARD H
LQU of Sault Ste Marie.
Ontario arrived here a week ago
r.CJt -md will be remaining
fwi anotber four weafa holiday
t Cacrabank Hotel.
\ r, .i retired dairyman
'ist year they were in
o Bennud.i. but this was their first
C a>OClSaTi DCiOOOfi 0 'o tho island which they likir
very much, uarticularly the
ilnnaif which is veiy wonderful.
In Retirameat
MR. and llr*. Colin | .
of London. Ontario who
have come down hen- lo get away
from the cold up north, arc re-
mjiuing until Apul 2 staying; a\
Cicrabank Hotel.
Mr Scatchard who was in the
let] Estate business for 25 years.
. < t.nw in n'!iienu:n1. He said
that they have visited the Carib-
bean before, having been to Cubs
land Nassau, but this is their flr.'t
ItllM down here.
Mr. Seatcherd is a nephew of
Mr. Hugh Labatt. President of
John LuiVitt Ltd., one of Canada's
oldest and largest breweries.
Engaged
.'"plIK engagement of Miss Ne*t
** m leoo, di.ughter of Dr. J.
I l V WIIm.ii of Barbados and Mrs.
Wlls.m nf (Joorget^.wn. British
liuiana, to Mr. Sylvinn H. Kisson.
has been onnounced in British
'iutana.
all USSOO. son of Mr. nnd Mrs
T. H. Kisson of Georgetown, is
Kt-nior Reporter of the "Guian-
Clraphic."
Celebrate 21st Birthday
CONCRATUI.ATIONS to MlSI
Ernest a Hrankcr who cele-
brated her 21st Birthday last
right with a gala) cocktail party
Miss Blanker Is the daughter of
Mr. and Mrs* J E. Branker of
Nelson Street
Canadian Lutnbr Man
MH H. W LARKIN who is in
the lumber business in To-
ronto. Canada, arrived here on
Friday morning by T.C-A- for tw >
weeks' holiday. He was accompaa-
i' it by his wife and they are stav-
ing at the Marine Hotel.
Mr. and Mrs. Larkm have bce.t
aown here about three occaslo'U
treviously.
Spent Fin Week.
A FTER hpendiug live weeks'
*\ holiday sUying at ihe Wind-
-oi Hotel with her step daughter
Mrs. Paul Adcock of Toronto,
(aoada. Mrs. Frank Hodsins re-
i irned to Toronto on Friday morn-
I kg by T.C-A.
Canadians End Holiday
A MONO the Canadians rcturn-
nig home on Friday morning
I y T.C-A. after spending a holiday
n the island were Mr. and Mr*.
'*. A. Hancock of Woodcotc, On-
t.rio who were here for two
\.ceks and Mr. and Mrs. R. A. Gil-
Les who spent one month. They
were all staying at the Marine
Hotel.
DAY1NG tuu lirst visit to 11..
badet is Miss Olga Van der
(ielde of Paramaribo, Dutch Gui-
ona. She arr'ved here on Wednes-
ifay by b W.I A. via Trinidad ant
will be remaining for two week>'
holiday staying at Silver Beach
C.uest House, Rocklcy.
Miss Van der Gaida is an em-
ployee of the Surinam Bank.
Trinidad Medico Leaves
RETURNING to Trinidad to-d.iv
by B.W.I.A after spending
about three weeks' holiday stayin.t
at the Hotel Royal, arc Dr. and
Mrs. Eric Camps of Port-of-Spaiu.
BARBADOS can boast of an active Y.W.C.A revived
alter 30 years for the benefit of younn women. More than
forty years ago, Miss Edith Trimingham started a Y W C A
with its Headquarters in Trafalgar Street. This Institu.
tion canie to a close in 1921 "
Through the effort of several colour or raliut.m Th<, \* ,
dies. , Y.W.C.A.. was revived ship^now stand.", JS ^^
idred. and 1/6 Is the monthly
nuary 1951 und Lady Savage h
opened the new Barbados branch subsenption
. m Pinfold Street. These ladies saw Trie hmlriin. .*. -
ttM n^l foe hostel whor, Mr Ho'tW V S^M
ttWgn to ihe isuuid with no nominal ratT The M.tro? U ,n
-elalives or Mends, could find residence as well ^ two botrSers
uitabU. compantonship There is dormitory aceomm^^n
There are sixly-three Y.W.CA for six boarders on the Isttond
.oiiiof tl. Y Bart Los Is to a fair and the proo
promote the wi-il i>emg oi u>e towards th>
Community also. Of these the funeL.tiu
1 rntb a bllshed ones share with (''ii.-i.si,,
the othe,, resources of the stall -A
and money. The "Y" Is Unauced by
conations and caters to women of
laisss
Perfect Climate
MRS. W. F. HEATH whose hus-
band is ai> Accountant in
Toronto, Canada and Mrs. Edna
McKillop of St. Thomas, Canada,
ban come out here lor t,ix week*'
holiday which they are spending
I Cacrabank Hotel.
This Is their first visit to the
island they said and added that
thy are charmed with it as the
t'ligiate and beaches are just per-
Eefore returning to Canada, Mrs.
Krai:, and Mrs. UcKlllop propose
to ipend a weak in Bermuda
Paid Short Visit
MR. NORMAN DAL La, Y of An-
castee, Ontario. Canada ss>
nved here on Prld.iy nioenlng by
the Lady ltodar> and left yestei-
iiy avaning by B-W.1A., lor Trin-
idad for a short stay. From there
he gees to NaV; York before re-
turning home. He ib with the
Hank of Montreal.
While here. Mr. Dalley was
slaying at too Marine Hotel
Canadian Medico
|~yt. W. H. JOHNSTON of Can-
*-* ada who spent about four
veeks here staying at Bathsheba
nnd the Hastings Hotel, returned
homo on Friday morning bv
T.C-A,
Engaged
*THE engagement was an-
M. nounccd recently between
Mr. Richard NicnoUs, son of Dr.
& Mrs. L. H. Nicholls of Garden
Gap, Worthing and Miss Billlc
Stewart, only daughter of Mr. &
Mrs. William Stewart of Calgary
Alberta. Canada
Mother Of Twins
MRS. CECIL BRiGGS of Cold-
water, Ontario, Canada is
notr the happy mother of twins
l8trU). She is the former MUs
Sheila Johnson, popular nurse of
the Barbados General Hospital.
Weeks' Stay
SIR ALFRED AND L.
BROWN of London BsrVS
staying at the Crane It
about eight weeks, fist]
to leave foi Trwidad ahjOUl
14 and will be returning I
bask" en route to Montreal can
da.
Fishing Holiday
DR VICTOR CECiUONA. Gi
eral Practitioner. Hamiii,
Ontario and Mra. Ceciliona ha\.
been holidaying at the Ci
Hoitl for the past week and ex
pect to stay another week or t
before returning home.
. Ideal Spot
V|RS. IVAN TAYLOH of Brook-
iTA lyn. New lork who was m
Trinidad for Carnival, has no"
coma over to Barbados for two
weeks' holiday. She expects to re-
turn to Trinidad where she w> l
remain for the Easter holidaj
before going back home towaro
the end of April.
Her drill visit to the island, Mi-
Taylor said that it is an Ideal sp>
for a holiday and she Is thorough I,
enjoying it. She is staying at Silv
Beach Guest Home, Rockley.
She said that her husband who
i Heal tXuue gOjfeaj SSsM
to come down hero later in the
year. He wiU be accompanied by
their d-ughtor Jon who is taking
a classical course at Notre Dam.*
des Anges in St. Laurent. Mon-
treal and will be gniduuting in
June.
Canadian Businessman
AFTER apcotLug a month's hol-
Iday here. Mr. and Mr
Georgc liarliett of Canada, lef, b
T.CA.. on Friday on their way b
Florida where they will spen<
another month before returninj
home. They were staving at th-
Windsor Hotel
Mr. Bartlett is a businessman .*:
Canadu.
Continuing Tour
l^fR. AND MRS. W. K COX al
*T> Peoria, Illinois who were
bare for about ten days* holidnv
left by B.W.I.A.. iMlSJllsj even-
ing for Caracas. Thoy weie m..
ing at the Hotel RoyaL
Mr. Cox who is Advertising
Mar user nf the cs'erpillar Trac-
tor Co. of Peoria is now continu-
ing his tour of the Caribbean n>
South America.
U.K. Businessman
MR. and MRS. W. HEDDON
BOND left the island on
n w7*a"y *,nlghl 55 Trinidad by
I' w.l.A. after spending two ueek-
hcre on business.
Mr. Bond Is overseas Supervisor
for Mcnley and James Ltd.. the
London Pharmaceutical House.
The couple were staying at the
St. Lawrence Hotel.
Congratulations
CONGRATULATIONS to Mrs.
Everton Weekes on the birth
yesterday of a son und heir at
Beasley Maternity Home, Rod-
clifle. England. Mrs. Weekes is
the former Miss Joan Manning
of "Haxel Cot". Hlndsbury Road,
and the wife of international
cricketer.
REVIVAL OF Y. W.C.A.
JAM I I A IHtl SS Sll<|>
MtHIVUt-----
BATHING SUITS. Strapless
ELASTIC SATIN in Heavenly
the proceeds
purchase of a r*>
oiiened in
March 1151 fog the purpose of
S!!!.!"* *?\ lu* ** light re-
(ir*j' freshment to members a* well a.
"" non-niemben. There b also a
library on the pjemises and is
open to members.
The activities of the club are
varied. There are Devotional Ser-
vices every third Sunday of the
month at 5.00 p.m. The members
are Instructed in needleeraft cook-
ing and asseaaorles classes. At
special classes needleeraft is open
leaders from various girl
groups in the Island. There .tr-
ail
now competing sgaaaaa the ladies
the Inter-Club Table Tennis
League Recently a cup was
nated by the President Mrs. A.
A. Gibbons. Other special prize.
are offered at the end of the
Session. Net ball practices are held
at St. Michael's Girls' School.
Weekly there is also Kcep-Fit
class instructed by Miss Daniel.
Every week there are lec-
tures nnd debates conducted and
presided over by guest speakers.
In April Mil, Miss Eleanor
Irench. Secretary for Mutual Ser-
vice and Extension of the World'
Y.W.CA., visited the "Y" in Bar-
bados. She also visited the other
branches In the Caribbean area for
the purpose of seeing what needs
thS YW.C.As In this area had
Md what Uiey had to share with
"tber associations. In ease there
was need for outside help the
Headquarters at Barbados would
i.gisui Its request with tht
Mutual Sssrvkea Committee in
Geneva and then if this was
granted invitations would be ex-
tended to one or more of th"
other national Y.W.C.A.B to pro-
vide a leader with the necessui i
-alary.
K'v.-ntly on a visit to the
I W3 A. the stdrucarc was very
much impressed with the friendly
atmosphere which existed among
thy girls while lunching. There
were others who were rclaxin.
a Oh n.agazlnea and fashion books
The Library consist; of books an (
m agazines which have been
donate,! by persons interested in
the welfare of the "Y".
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SUNDAY. MARCH . ltti
si NOW AliVIU I,
PAGE TOME
Al Ihe filrnl*
% C. R.
7%e Fabulous
Field Marshall
BASED ON BRIGADIER Desmond Young's biography of
Ni/i Germany's mow famous KeneraJ. THE DESERT FOX
tfclg Wednesday next at the Globe . the portrait of
* Field Marshal Erwin Rommel, who became a
during his lifetime. It is not a conventional war picture.
LhMffli the downfall of the German army at El Alamein.
and the Allied landings on D-day are thrillingly depicted
With Brigadier Young giving the commentary, the Bin
'.pens with what might be called a prolotfue which shows
ihe landing in North Africa of a group of British Com-
mandos, whose mission was to kill Rommel A* we know,
they were unsuccessful.
From there, ihe action nrMi
10 behind the German lines, where
Ilii'.Uh prisonersamong them
Brigadier Youngare marching
with their captors. The plot of
the film concerns the events which
led to Rommel's association with
the conspirators who planned
Hitler's death, to save the German
ration. Abortive, ihe attempt on
the Furhrer's life cost the lives of
.1000 people, among them Rommel.
who was accused of treason and
given his death sentence by Hitler.
The film concentrates on the
changes that took plate wilhm
Rommel himself aj disillusion with
Miller and the Third Reich begun
In set in. and there are two out
r landing scenesone with the
General and Field Marshal Von
Kundstedt and the other with
ROBUntj sad lug Mmd Dr. Karl
Strolin. where one feels strongly
!: bkMT struggle taking plate
between Rommel. Ihe patriotic
German who sees nothing but
iiiln for his people In the insane
orders Issued by Hitler, gad Hrm-
mel. the German general, whose
eitty i- to carry out these orders
that are obviously the products
of a mind In the laal
atlen. Unfortunately, due
(o ihe special emphasis of the
DJJ .llnslr.itu.i;- aig lacking of
the tricky military strategy that
won the General the world-wide
name of "The Desert Fox" but the
.strength, loyalty and patriotism ot
what Churchill called "a great and
tourageous soldier on the wrong
side" are aptly brought out as are
the tenderer qualities, of husband
and father
James Mason gives stature and
dignity to the role of Rommel and
Jessica Tandy brings sympathy
and understanding to her portrayal
of hu wife fir Cadrfc Hard-
debt, I-eo G. Carrol, Luther
Adlvr gg the neurotic, shrieking
Purhrer, and Everett Sloane head
an extremely capable supporting
Man Of Bronze
On Ihe whole*, the lives of
famous American sports heroes
which have been filmed have been
good entertainment, even for nan
j-ports fans. For example. Pride
uf The Yankees", the story of Lou
Gehrig. 'The Babe Ruth Story"
and more recently. Follow The
Sun." the pictorial biography of
Ben Hogan. famous golfer. All
'hese men excelled in one sport.
but there i- I new name now
added lo the rosterJim Thorpc-
who was not only an All American
(OotbaUei but made his mark In
baseball ax well as truck event*
.if all kinds, and in 1912 was hailed
by the King of Sweden as 'Ihe
greatest athlete in the world" after
M had won both the pentathlon
and decathlon at the Olympic
Games that year.
MAN OF ItRONZF. is an aulhen
in screen biography .( JUfl
Thorpe, an American Indian, who
to-day is recognized as the greates*
Bthttta f the lirst half of the
twentieth century. The tUm fol-
lowi bli cerate from his boyhood
davs on an Oklahoma reservation,
where he would rather run twelve
nitta l day than lay at schoolto
JAMES MA80N
his enrollment at Carlisle Indian
School, where representatives of
all Indian tribes could learn trades
and vocations to equii>
take their places in modern-day
society. A round peg in a square
hole. JunN (.ru.ulercc uiul fiu*ti.i-
Uon an oecides ti> take up sports seriously
and prepares himself to take part
in the Olympic Games. Falling in
love was responsible for his taking
up football, the game that made
him famous, where the glamour of
the gridiron exceeded that of the
track. However, it didn t matter
what field of athletic* he entered-
he excelled in them all. Resolute
and elated, he returns from him
Olympic triumphs, marries and
becomes a professional footballer.
Tragedy follows, but with the help
of "Pop" Warner, his old friend
und coach. Jim readjust* himself.
and takes u> the work nearest bis
heartcoaching youngsters.
Bun Lancaster gives a fine
Ittalsjtk performance as well as a
sensitive portrayal of the Indian
sportsman while the supporting
roles are sympathetically handasn
in | film that is unconventional
In its treatment of the Indian by
pointing up the dignity and tra-
dition of his race.
There are some spectaculai
sports shots Including the tra-
ridion.-.l opening of the Olympic
Games and contests in sports ol
all kinds that are exciting to fan
and non-fan alike, and the Indian
influence in Max Steiner*s back-
ground music, heightens the at-
mosphere. Good entertainment
for the whole f;mulv.
Mr. Music
I'm afraid there is not much to
say about MR. MUSIC. Even the
usually cheerful Blng seems to be
having uphill work to portray the
laziest musician In show business
and the plot periodically becomes
completely "dalle. Not even the
nutae b Ufifty. and I doubt if
you'll he able to hum one of the
tunes afterward'. Bins Crosby
and Nancy Olscn head the east
and the giiet artists include the
Merry Macs, Dorothy Kirsten.
Groucho Marx and Marge and
Gower Campion. They all strive
valiantly, but the result is pretty
soporific.
FARM AND
GARDEN
n AGMCOLA
STOCK HI MUM.
WITH the steps being taken
tievlup the orderly col-
lection and distribution
ii-l to ensure Its reaching the
consumer In a good state of pres-
ervation, the small producer
f'.anda to benefit considerably. To
begin with, a ready market Is
assured. It also means a big sav-
ing In time taken for deliven
apart from the often lusltrted com-
plaints of customer* regarding
quality and punctuality Small
farms have no facilities for chill-
ing milk and arrangements have
:.> be made for a fresh from the
tow to consumer service. Thu,
unavoidable delay* and the rapid
growth of organism* in the- milk
Itself under tropical condition?,
have militated against fresh milk
consumption while. In patatabilil>
i "iled milk Is a poor substitute for
fresh milk As a result, through-
out the West Indies, process* d
tniIks In one form or another are
high on the list of imported food-
* tuffs. There are factors too which
often operate against an abund-
ant supply of fresh milk, such as
ftid and forage limitations, lnex-
!>erience In handling high-pro-
timing cows of ihe recognised
d.nry breeds and so on With the
advisory services provided by Agil
culture Departments, much has
been done to overcome these diffi-
culties, including the practice ot
grading up good local types, mak-
ing effective use in breeding com-
binations of "heir natural resist-
ance to conditions which can be
detrimental to pure-bred animals.
When the proposed Government
scheme is finalized, no doubt at-
tention will be given to a con-
densary or other processing plant
which can deal with surpluses an
they arise. By and large, there-
fore, we may expert this forward
development to provide a stimulus
to stock rearing. MM
and farmers would be advised to
bestir themselves so as to take
I advantage ih. reof
There Is no short cut In these
matters Cattle multiply no more
rapidly and no more numerous
for us than they did for Abraham
and the first step towards a build
up of herds is the care and pre-
servation of ydung breeding stoi k
heifers in particular With a
eood demand for milk, there is al-
ways the danger of cutting short
the milk ration of calves which is
so Important tor sturdy growth
and development. Another dan-
ger is the possibility of promising
young stock getting in the hand-,
of the butcher, especially at a time
of meal shortage. Both IhSH
trends should be halted and every
effort made to prevent the wastage
of breeding stock.
We have read in the press of
the suggestion mat in the present
situation animals should be Im-
ported from South America--
Brazil. Venezuela and so on. for
distribution to farmers. In our
view, this would be a backward
move To begin with, contacts
with that region for the purpose
in view are few and far between
there may be no surplus animals
for sale. Knowledge of livestock
conditions and any regulations for
control of disease is practlmlly
non-exlstcnt. Foot and Mouth
disease among others is endemic
In many areas. Selection and pur-
chase on any scale would neces-
sitate agents. Transport from In-
land to shipping points would be
exacting and hazardous. And Anal
tit: port, whether by air or ocean.
difficult to arrange. Added to all
the risks, the cost In the long run
would be prohibitive. W" write
from experience not from hearsay
The conclusion is that we must
take every available means of
building on our own foundations:
nourish the calves, the parents of
thr future; keep the young heifer^
out nf the hands ot the butcher-.
and develop a scheme for pur-
chase of surplus animals ot ihe
desirrd type and quality for dis-
tribution to farmers needing
breeding stock, either by direct
sale, exchange or by any other
means considered practical ; effective hv those in authority
Gardening Hints
For Amateurs
H"J NiMm O. Plum*
PAINS IN
THE BAC'
Here t a way lo rede*
What's
Cooking In
The Kitchen?
>ugh i
Then- is no doubt thai ihe >t.sWa and bsbsWBBsJ, to put
abnormal rainfall of last issdsj
left a lot of trouble behind :i M
the gaiden world. sffcss-s*
The land has been soured and ail sibout an- lo-''..
made sodden -nd will need u a] ij dry weathn
be well forked. iighteneM with plat much
' |.....
in but to P i.
giving them as I
U iiossible, and
t unh the line weather
' l ecovci
where -*
ii.- before, and
the HeiM Marian are lata u
lover* plume*!
One of the cheapest vegetables \. ,.. .jom,,
in Barbados at the moment goes to'
WWaaea. Mplant* which ire pr- eh rasa is pre<
natives of India make tasty when cooked properly. In Europe
ehpcci.U) they are cooked m
rn-ny different ways while in Bar
bados 1 have noticed tin \
usually dusted with !'
fried. It is no deubt ;. nice waj
to cook Ihcm but why ..
following rectples?
I".l'l (Ms t i i< > M 11 III.
MUSHROOMS
Cut the eggplants in figs with-
out peeling them. Take away a
bit of the inside if the
la a big ono. Put a bit ot oUvi
oil in the frying p.m. i.v i-
piece of garlic > th.. oil and take
it away before it is bun i IV
the eggplants in the frying pan.
season them with salt. pepper and
a tiny bit of dry marjoram. Let
them cool, slowly. You can serve
them like this or you can
few pieces of wholr tofwrij
idsmr Waeat&ejsiehceJtfaj
ihey leap to futei impoiitMe o> *" the svetrm. When they grew
lugs mb. tines impurities a>
icuuUU and uW mulling- re
^<-iUoa is wry often th* backacke Dr W.m Pdl. a
aeekdrs prepared to umgoratr
sluggish kidneys. 1 hey a< <
euKUy on these vital organs, act
as a tacuc, toning theoi up and
asssfttirt restoitng ihem to UVi'
natural acOvity Rhef tm.
(ouows as a natnrsl
onn)urn.T For oc half a
entury l> Wats Pills harr
been brminng rebel to nil
era from backache aad
n asm rerei*ed .omtlf
lettars of grautudt
tiave
: It
Beside. i tr ubtea I
aihvcfceo >
gfl I'oHdrrt Mildew This IS -'
. DSkff> t .. d, \. :.
kill the affected plant III IBM.
_ v.11 Liable i
d. wiseh |
I ipoi i "ivi" and asm
(by pot: e ffecird
rea. ta
-i kfj
what was
- -it it.
-.used a> '
1 Ihe fol-
l-.iv tiealinei
OUR
CUAKANTCI
De Witt Pius arc
manufactuiad under atncUy bygiaai,
i oodmons and tke lae^eroents con~
lain to rigid atandnrds uf puiity
De WITTS PILLS
loi K dr (-. *d Bi.ido >i troub>ei
rST0P GOLDS v.
k^ with

Phensic
I'HtNSlC tablets clear the head and dispel tightness
sod pain behind the eyes. Ttacy bring down high temperature,
relieve ruffy. congested feelings, at the same time soothing the
nerves and counteracting depression. The aches and pain : I
disappear in no tune. I'lfkNSIC tablets act quickly and safely.
They neither harm the heart nor upset the Momach. Keep <
supplv of PHENSIC tablets by you always.
VaaaawaTaeaV
Ph
enstc
V;
I0 TktLETS BRING QUICK RELIEF
FROM RHEUMATIC MINS, LUMttGO, NERVE PAINS,
HEtDtCHES. NEURtLCK. INFLUENZA, COLDS CHILLS
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Boil
EGGPLANTS AI.LA
MAKINARA
Fggldants.
C.arlic,
Vinegar
Red pepper
OIL
Cut the eggplants in two.
them. Cut them again in xmalle
pieces. Put them in a salad bowl
with some vinegar, salt, red pep-
per and t pieces of garlic. Let
them stay in the salad bowl for
24 hours. Next day add n tiny
1)1! uf olive ml
EGGPLANTS WITH
TOMATO SAUCE
Cut the eggplants In elgr.. ..
without peeling them. Fry In <
or off. Prepare some tomato
sauce, a bit of margarn.-
tomato paste, salt and water. Wh.,
the tom.it
over the eggplants, add
spoonsful
ish with a bit of butter, put the. i
ill the oven for a fjaa
before serving \h
llis.iipin.il of I'owdery
Mildew
Milde*/ Appears u
'>* vi,..,.i poerder} whit* -pots on the
nneV o,, ihe
lop an ii
.-..
Trrwlmriil f Posvdrry
Mildew
,leiv Mildew"
i^lily dUa-
t. i \s B
(ulphui to
line one which I ImpOrtSsJ l
,!!(,. BJM
AgruultLiii-. and wnaofi am bl
I ought fnitn their
Qtieecu
N f the dlflkulty when duat-
. I M utphur is
i rw sniphui t, nloli en
JM i I
In uni. | Ink. the
eight it;;.- plai i ma I be <' red
ipCdk .ii. mutt be muile
ii tin job in
. n .i lot Of the
v .iy be-
I..... iba piiini
llphui ni muslin o
. i). i: und ti.v, in| tiioiougtii
dust it on Kepeii
. .1 until th
., Iw-altlo londitlo

Macleans
iQIB^IQSHI TOOTH PASTE
keeps TOOTOB WlliaWS
and healthy
EGGPLANTS t \KI s
Eggplants; 1 |>er peraon
l-nrslcy
Pepper
Brend crumbs
Plour
Grated .-h<-.
Salt
Nutmeg
Eggs. 2
I-ird or nil.
Peel the eggpl.'inl nrl tbff
n four pi'-e*'*. DUt them in bo ill i.
water Bhd let them eonk until
ready. Pui them In ;i colander,
let them get cold and dry them
with a cloth. CbOp them and then
mince them. Mix the minced egg-
plants with 2 tablespoonsful i f
grated rhee-sc, some parsley, Baft,
i*-pper. nutmeg and brgeafcruna
The quantity of tin
should be half of the qu-ntity '.
the eggplanls Add one or mo e
according to Iba quantit\ of th*
fggplanls. Mis everything Uigi*th*'i
Make little balls dust them with
flour and fry immediately In lard
or oil. You can mako a tomato
sauce and cover them with it rsj
serve them by themselves
ntion too. Is t
i .iii boa laavai that ban
II hkI burn then
i, | ,.., | ihrj planl'i recos-
ei -would be to fork the uroun t
iXlid H nnd give an .ippUea-
nianure,
The Tool Shed
'
rail

Ihtrtfi ..
IDA good i .
all spraying purposes..
<2) Charcoal for lightening
.in,; the bed
(3) V.O.M. tor BaWUVtai
I 4 1 Snltih.it.. Of Iron for psl
Slants
jlphur powder for dust-
ing purposes.
Besides u......dinar* garden
, .i-i.
ihiII ol stioiu: i Dd "[[
legs will iill ba found invnluabli-
* of the
,1 slocked garden
bi i
fiOATS!!
Does
your Goat
from
suffer
Lou of Condition ?
Anaemia (pale gums) ?
Diarrhoetic Conditions f
be
fee)
11
Any of these may
caused by
WORMS!
Control these Parasites teilfi
PHENOVIS
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M'NDAi \0\ MSUK VIAEM li It '-
EMPIRE LEADING IN
SENIOR FOOTBALL
\i///i la Resign H"./. Presiden
H i I 1.11 I I I I Wl>s
IMPROVED IMPORTEDS
Rebate Sets 4 \eu Track Record
, BIK'hU
:w* days
"*'.T ZLTV. UK UMW than u*eal B*>
3ES 5 .,'. -: --" ** H
* *" *" .,._ -.------aM* absBrut,
-U..I..-V .-
adll Field Sweeps wnscb,
"VSulri as accurately at any '
!?"^Sn c."'~,**'tursi:
m ^maai'it was M,"n " *"** 't*J-
' v:-------.- 2j*- .
.lurh took pasc* oa th. track yer
, aa. . i SuSTt.n -ES ^l-' *.
.ritual east ,.
* Srrio :X VBeSshaa h-
BOt BterrBsan Cilli wesava a* el '-- MM ft* Pars, area, r bat
- .. I
ft iHllI a.. e*J.-w snwa - ft*assenaa
1 *a* f-rer ssssnsrl C sstae. eats)* raftl ft!
b* r**;.-- *> " .tw
both that* eUres. .-.ft n ft<
la>
; POKWJJObV Ha rasha irtsaers ranaaaa aw ran 7. .
lr -.-. aal atarrb aataajaj ... ** aaM x I
treat* Bill I ae a
ft* Oral Hal Biadirae are*
unways Wins Big Sweep Urn Of Ham*
Drawn

flan
MM II 1 NTH SACF-
Uanai Mi .aerial
natd.ua.
- .-
a I Meted, aaa at ft,
started. Th.
Uaev Geye" cam
II Xllk wlbn.
a*
They tat at e> a eer, ,s*c
art. eat ai they van by ft.
Su borers ;.
1.----.4
a.-- -.oo* ..-.
The,
BB*J "^rf I
pair J
an i.
.: da> ixc. and
,-ood start, Wster
I a......A la
-m and JoU>-

fca
^< c-T ftaj
ad van
' aaa) bataai
and Sunbaani
incbad as the
I thraa furlong
-;.:*-! M
tOJowad
UOler. Waiei
= .pl*ced Jolly
madlatclj chal-
aaaai .;rf
ad a ball. JoUv
llak*
* aaaav .y. aad Daa
Taw a. 1 1 It, 5
aad t ;^~ ft reaaptct-
HaJ
AiV: a aoo: start. Axb Low
-=, rrasamaar
jaaliu far a.. >oaa. Tna field
fta Hanaua
* wrft A -. Low ] ai
fti laa: Tbr> stnax oat afaw
poae. but ob wia| tha two
0*r war, aotr urban tat The
Follewa
drsan
A 41*K
Past a lunat aol ov< M aaa. aaiiaaaat tbat aa was FTaa.-
saaa ot taa Wast ladaa- Cnda I award of Caatrol aaa aaa aaa mi mil
to receive the pteaoUU a baa Waal ladsea encaet achseaad m ft
aaar fte wstr..r.t of a Taa asatch at Lords aad~ liaarTlj'
raUaf tbat at last bat I III hat |iimn the "ppcartaa.-.
pssrasa fte aesl that bat ibnaiid fte waraasr of the Waa baaaa
Cncbet Board at Control aal hat starved tat areas aad the fsatsaral
r-vsoln- f..-e focr-is: a) Wc- ;r z.t- r..-*,* .-..- aal ebj baaaaea-
trauoa ot Van ladaa) crkaat aaravf Mr
Taa Board waa a lav aa&a itaaV aaa ftare aaaaad at be brae
bop* of aaar takes*; ft* West laden crtrbet pwb*ic bna ts oanndenea
m paat Uaber aaa a<
aaa aaaaaa- Sa* asar dt*naa**K*
TW'LNT^ SaasJUNti RACt
Creale Handiraa
rasaa aa *_- taj i.r.; sas**] ,r..
^.:te
at
.
a-ren Lur.wavs
r
isaadi won be half ot
Low wh;. heat
fasbar i a neck. That
Best a baM ot l|
aaaaaae. beatm. ft* time whleb
was eat rr< 5 eet Rocket or
Taaraeav b* 1"
nifliimi eact.
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li 19*11
B 39*1
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D 50
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P ->-\
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t 7541
MM
t 457S
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1 4915
I 7900
: 5511
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I ;n
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V 1407
s 470
bill
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I aal
I aT4
- rprl*
i titfr A.-
Fir* Adn-Jm;
Dudm
Dunquerque
Vanjruard
TMBaattM
Blue DiaUnond
Miss Fntmclwhip
Dtrham Jan-
Fuss Budttr-t
Abu All
Swtt Rockc
| -*.-
M*V Day
l^ndf ark
Da.-i.inK Pnnc-.
A
Apollo
HaUTtna-fVli
r\l*aTAdl
Apnl Flowwt
C >'.
Caonc.-
" W :.
Croat Bon
Star
FIU# Vine.
Rk-T.r- ?.'
. Ja aaaa be aaa* atrasTttawtr^od a. wea
>
. ...-._. ... -%-------taaaaa aal -; ab M -..-^ BTal av I
.^aaSTSafloaS ZomTZ* <****->*'>-*'-
aaal
PPAMXTLV the baadKappers ftoutat lib* aa bWl * hao
A-artiraftta.aratdarand WUat bar ft aTft 1M fc. ibt
,ft ft* BTC HaixBcap. B*r tune ot 1-S4i- tt ft. bast otrbad. u
eVord M w br na- ft !*> Tr
h. ajbauntu: weidht ot lJolba-. and wot
' ?s. lalll with "mufti*, oowftl la la* ascond A clas.
uroed iiT ABar aach an eew w ft cood urn. o u_lm dar
^e^;^Wr^^rwd-a-trbll, SZTZZSX'ZZl?.
,'aaaaatl A rsrapar who did wen Poor Harrowwaa. of OBatam, rnei
-ntinvrly accsdent which robbed he, ot h chance. Bu:
. was obrlounj ottblasaad.
Rebate, on ft* othet hand, is a mare that is well ft ft. ssnCto-
, the best in Use We Indie, at present It It eaactly a year ask :r.
.ne came into bar own when ah. displavad treroaajdous ura.
oiuu a> *" atainst Bums and then goin. on to win the aw..
.ith aT victory in B and anollvtr In A Her rrfcTnaacai
.ncrtlnt and the one liist ovar .re In taCt, very amilar At both >
.VeirT to have nin her-lt uito form And' lu, *-->; J""'
..rTaa ..cellenl uide IM year wbM sb. wet. UalDaUatlbltoaVcai
cr l| furlona* .h. did it in 1|. to the saro. >*" cJlpp-
- .hrre rlfths and In so dotnl satabUsbed a track ratord.
If there is one race that can be co-.inted on to ann* the ertra.
its toes it u always the lssl race on tie protiman An the
Keys seem to throw caution U> ft* wind and moats) It was la on*
'.cse events at a past mceUnl that we witnessed two of our shrewcr
i darnltiiar Croauey andOilbert Yvonet bast U^tnaalvss b| :
:l out from ft* lump until one said so the other "you've tu.-
I cam. back "you've" had it loo. No truer words were ex-
. '.aneed'from horseback and presently their mounts Don Arturo ar
Seawall stopped in tbeir trscais at Uo Precipitance, with Hosaar w
I come alont and take ft* race as east as one takes candy tram kic
bssbbi no mistake. Holder was only behind them in ft* early star
cause hie mount did not have the speed.
It is just such a race that will produce record* and therefore -
e beer, s rooc record iisdeec that has stood ft* test of I
distance ror sistean years lb* record of the asare G
.*s been or. fte books for fte 74 furlongs- Yesterday n wa
The race as usual was well aad truly ran ana d
I with all that display of frit and ds-bueiaaanan that a only f x
rest.
0T
aaa
44 U
-44
: -
laaaasei
I bat aa)
Red Cheeks
" .-: |
Ifci :..
aabab
Bffly Bov
Dun Vse.
WstercresB
BaaaBj
7<.T* I
CcCtas,
Cavalier
Teat M
BsMi.'
)THm reoard breakers, but enly for csasses. were twee-
end Lunways. tweet Rockers Tsrsory on Thursday was schsrred
the espens* at Yatsneaa fresr. whore eh* was reeerrtaf ae less Ihsr.
s lbs 1 do not this* Yiaaini as** of her best ft ftas rare hat nev*
ft* less it elearr* ilsaiiasallllai whet s coUertsrst ot aaod oaes etk
the imported classes now-a-davi if two more can be found s i
net are just a shad* oeer tboar ot an ia1ai.hi< mar* Ilk* Tasoe-
-unways in fact, earned 1M lbs, when she teoufbl the C .
eeord (or $t fulraf deaa to ltds
I ftsnk we are *11 up to and eeen above ft* m*h srese-
aebsrsed ft ft* years lust prior to fte second World Wi I
French natter and Castle tr. the Air sre two others who have -
-press at that arsoriTi* The latter won only The I
reel* of dosasj so aad the tact that he was a trite Bare at
e did n. mark ban as one to be watched Franc*, fhtttar tnay ,
ve been tacky to be one of the few borers thet has ewer race --
I penalty tar arsririatt. bat in nrlisiiii on* could aet aal
bow eesary she wan m ft* aim d tane of 1 Ol
All thase rhsssrs should mast* liatHin thaak twin* at these
isys when Creoles base to b* pturotstal freat D t* C dasi
oas* was that ot brtle Watercress who was So tnailn.li sell Ism
-.it she dad not snake a alec* for ft* entire I II II I Tel saast af -'
tree that ah* has illlia sasaad
RIUsu fte races aa class D
tret race slthaiigh b* was aot qatte fit.
-. on as ft* msitan Brosssssaad sstrh the tvcfat
t letei.ed Be sbusc Uajaha* b* rated ss one of ts_ ..
Mary Ann usihaiiMled the crttsat stjaai be srtaasa* wash top
estht aad at It te snake ft ehsar that oaty Bow BeUs a bar equal
. ft* creele classes at a, hirlrasH she at n had bar ears at the satssb
essae sstfh thssa easa at a ssttwrc rah race nr
y. The (asm a* sewer saast he** tassstst at wrth
_. H ajsrsal by bath Mary Aaa and
jono hat shower! us yum day that stayast a bar teal *aaaa. I q- te
c-ee that her w*is as* at ft* tssrsnt laridaaltRv her tiaat aa at* tune furloc- wsuch the
on lasted., natfil laeaiaul.i e-nh arersoas Darby tattss
raast ary. srlth that of Cross Roads last year at this aaaa
Which all teat te prove that ear linn iisti seat lass ssaaaa
net anythsut at good as the bast last year.
: aBtsWrad ir-> J;- ^^ .-., s. bat I
e B ft* ssusae af JoDy Miller who won Tat __
. Lyra Wessrk, Reed at the stoutest TrsdlTiesa of The Csretseda
-*. with the iseiaaiatt limlnaii
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SUNDAY. MARCH . 1S2
SUNDAY ADVOCATE
pacf Frvr
RACING RESULTS
AT THE (XUKISON SAVANNAH MARCH 8 1U2
ntACK Firm. WEATHER r\n7
"" Raw : MAM II IIIMIU \l>< Uh -B' and t.'rr (.MM
OJau.uU. SlaAMti. U.M>_? rurlonia
r.v vr\u
rVSS BUDGET
PEPPER WINE
IM 11.
lib lb*
Mr C
Hun

0 ci h
I YVOIH'I
3. DOLDRL'M 118 lbs. Mr N M lonil Jocfe* Holder
T1MK. I ftoi MM FAHI MUTUBJ U 1 Place S3 .> S4
SI M
lST ll)2 84.
tLSORAN buunta (1 H \i,. Wilder.
fl Bti IM -- Bm wuoiuii. Luawayi .120 iu*.. Newman)
' LB U JOKpO); Hiver aj.nte (Hi in*., lia-ile): Land-
mark m3i lbs., u Neilj
BTAR1 FINISH Clow . length, head
*ihnkj 1 bfJ UotmU'iKh-r.iif Lu;>
TRAINER Mr J T Fleteher
I'* "~ : MM. BOH KIM, yi MllRIAL H \M>K Al'-( ]i "1.
-ud LDWi-r-tm.il i$5.oa, M35.9*. S*5.M Furlanrs
1. DUMQUIftQUI
2 APPOLLO 101
101 lbs.
t 2 lb*.
U Chandler
Jockcs Lutchman
MlM K. C Hawkins
Jockey P. Hi.( hi 1
3. COLLETON 10V I lbs Mr V. Chi.sc Jockev Joseph
riMfc I.A8| MCS. I'AHl MCTCKL Win ..'<,.,.:...
rORBCASl. Sli8.
ALSO RAW ilarj Ann .130 lbs. Yvoi.ei). CTOM Bow (11
Holder). Usher (116 Ids., Quested)
Good FINISH: Close Head, neck
WINNER: 3-jr-old b 1. O.T.C.-Bel
TRAINKR: Mr J W. Chandler.
,0th Ran : BT. ANN'S HANDKAI'Class "Ci" sad Lower*i4M. 0
4S185.0V. SItO.IM SlO.Ott7'.- Kurt on as
1. BETSAM 128 lbs Mi John D Kill Jock*) yu. d
2 TWINKLE ....... 105 lbs Mr 1. J Baal] Jockey Belle
A t.AVOTTE ....... 130 lbs Mr V E. Cox Jockey O'Nell.
TIME: 1.3." MCs, I'AHl ML i UfcL. Win. $0.06. Place: *2 04. $1 88,
$2.34
rORCCAST: S20.52.
ALSO KAN. Joan's Star (104 lbs.. James). Diadem (IIS lbs., Jos-
eph). Billy Boy (113 lbs.. P. Fletcher). Rosette (124 lbs Holder).
Blue Diamond (121 lbs., Lutchman)
START:Good. FINISH Drivm* M length, length
WINNER: 7-ji -old h b. b.g. Flotsam-Betty den.
TRAINER Mr. A Hayling
*l*t Rare : NEW YEAR HANDICAPdata. ( ml l.m.i-r k.....111
1 $185.80. SI3S.U0. S50.00)T Frlonc|
1 FRENCH FLUTTER. Di A L Goddurd Jockey ThlrkHI
112 lbs
2. DOLORt'M 126 lbs Mr N. M Innis* Jockey Holder
3. DASHING PRINCESS .... Mr R. E. GUI Jockey Lutchman
122 lbs
TIME 1.334 sees PARI MUTUEL: Win S2.68 Place $1 28. SI 50,
31.30.
FORECAST 310.56.
ALSO RAN. Flieuxce (110 lbi.. W1U1. r, 112 lb.. .New-
man); Aim Low (110 lb.s Joseph); The ThinR 108 t 6 lbs..
James); Magic Gaye (108 fr 2 lbs., (guested}.
START: Good. FINISH. Easy 1'i lengths, head
WINNER: 3-yr.-oid ch.f. Eloilc de Lyon-Devotee
TRAINER: Mr. J. R. Goddard.
-2nd Rare : CREOLE HANDICAP Claas "F" and Lower (3 >.o.)
ST00.60 (S233.60. SII5.M. 840.88)7>? Furloiua
1 SEEDLING ..... 113 lbs. Mr. S. J. Rock. Jockey Lutchman
2 RAMBLER HOSE. 107 lbs. Mr V Chase. Jockey James.
1 ( AKDINAL ... 123 lbs. Mi J. W. Chandler.
Jockey Quested
TIME 1.35* PARI MUTUEL: Win: S11..2 Place: S3 14. 36.14. 31.74
FORECAST 9293.40.
ALSO RAN March Winds (113 lbs., Joseph); May Day (102 10
lbs P. Fletcher); Apronusk (105 lbs Belle), First Admiral
(126 lbs Yvonc.)
START: Good. FINISH Close Hlcnglh. -, length.
WINNER' n-yr.-old b.g. O T C.-Unseed.
TRAINER: Owner.
.'3rd Idee : DRILL HALL HANDICAPClaw. "F" and Lower (4 y.a.
and Over) $70000 iS23:.,04. HIS 00. S40.88) 9 rurlonf'
$2,000 Needed
To Bring I .K.
Tennis Stars
To luiil'tul, >
* Lb
'
Id Tenm.
il.ibado- will be
1 !* of 32.000. The
SI. 100 which Rnrb.dos
jW* have lo p ol with Tiimdai
^tnd Totn.B". British Guiana an.'
'I
tt> tlu Ca.
1 Km A-.i-iaiii.fi bn Dot*1)
iBarbsklosi Ltd. through their
reprv^entalive Mr Ch-rl.-* T
yier rxpensra Ineurred
Will be board ami 1--U* <
'ing building o* two platl
mm barman I ao
ill Iw *Iage.H

T< assist in
P1*kuiik Club and U
of the HA FA. liav,- (
pvr trie |i T.T A the proceed
.. rootball mateh
hoping tn get the pro-
Eiiipn.' sp 11:.,!
Itatoi Nool Hi ad
rul th'
Governing Bodj ol
ati 'flanri rtv
of the BT.TJt
w*)i-n Leach nd Bar|
'"' '"1-mi I Dn
naw I morning exhibit!
wnt of schwol children.
MAR. 9 NO. 214
The Topic
of
Last Week
In
A FINE action picture of th* coloured gul champion of th* United
stataa. 23-year-old Althea Oitwon of Harlem Bho 1* at ptMcstl 111
Jamaica Uklug part lu the Caribbean Lawn Teuma Champiouabip*.
WITH THE
AMATEURS
iB> A f
desit I
WATERBELL
118 lbs. Hon. J O. Chandler.
Jockey O'Nell
2. BETSAM ........ 120 lbs. Mr. John D lllll. Jockey Newman
3 JOLLY MILLER 128 lb* Mrs. Lyrla Nyock Jockey Holder.
TIME: 1391. PARI MUTUEL: Win: 33.30. Place: 32.06, S3 08
FORECAST S19.80.
ALSO RAN: Miss Friendship (127 lbs Yvonct); Clementina (107
lbs llelle)
START: Good FINISH: Easv. I > lengths. 1 '7 length<
WINNER: 4-yr -old br.f. Rstigoueht-Belleplaine.
TRAINER: Mr J W Chandler.
24th Race : HASTINGS HANDICAPClass '(" and Lower3308.88
(3263.86. 3135", S30.MI5>- Furlangs
1 LUNWAYS
TIME 1.064
130 lbs Mr. K D Edwards.
Jockey Newman.
AIM LOW 112 lb* Dr II M Weaver Jock. Bttll
FRENCH FLUTTER
122 lbs. Dr. A L Goddard. Jockey Thirkell
(Record). PARI MUTUEL Win 311 16.
Place: 32.40. 33 16. 3170
FORECAST $98 2R
ALSO RAN: Fille D' Iran
12 lbs., wi.i-'i I' Din
Jane (96 ( 10 lbs *
(106 5 lbs. Joseph): The Thing (97 -
View (108 6 U O'Nell); Darham
1): Sweet Rocket (133 lbs Lutchman);
Teat Mateh <97 IB lbs Yvonct); Devil's Symphony (106
lbs., P. Fletcher!.
START Good. FINISH: Close. 3 length, neck.
WINNER 4-yr .-old b.f. Kingsway-Lundy.
TRAINER Owner_______________________________________________________________________
251h Rare : DALKHTH HANDICAPCU "A" and "B" Onl
Sl.l>6.00 ($335.00. $165.00. $60.8017', Furlons-
REBATE
NOTONITE
123 lb*
123 IM
Mr M
Mr. C
A Pcin
Bourne
Jockey Quested
? LANDMARK
TIME- 1 321 sec-
Jockev P Fletcher
____ 122 lbs Mr. V Chase. Jockev Holder
(Record) PARI MUTUEL: Win: $9 70
Pluce- 32.34, 32 52 32 10
FORECAST: $73 68
ALSO RAN Harrowcen 1130 lbs.. Joseph); Pepper Wine (112 lbs.
Thirkell): Belle Surprise (99 3 lbs. Lutchman); Red Cheek*
(118 lbs,, Newman); Demure (109 f- 3 lbs.. O'Neill
START: Good. FINISH Driving 1 '* lengths. I': length*
WINNER 5-yr-oId br m PBy Up-Baehclor's Dream
TRAINER Owner
LONDON.
Halpn Cow..it uf Pegasus who
ti.ieiuid his |ssj ..ihI
till hat it In plaster has been
selected as travelling reserve for
the England team to pla> Bsn
ury on March 8th.
Thiii surprise apart, the Eng-
land selectors have done a good
job. strengthening the two weak-
1 ^i>*-e<( in (he recent
game against W/ftlai and laavla|
the remainder of the side un-
changed.
Re-called at centre-half is 32
year-old Charlie Fuller of Brom-
ley whose long string of England
I "... hnkeii earlier Uils
reason by injury. He rtplaeM
Dexter Adurru ot lleml.ni wln>
hod previously played f Eng-
land at right-back.
The ..trier change 1, hi the
forward line where JiJum>
Dutchman of Corinthian Casuals
comes in for Johnny Walton of
Manchester United. Walton S
omission means ttiat thera Is no
northern representative In the
England side. *
Dutchman was a member off
the Pegasus cup-winning tenm of|
two years ago. I
The team u. Browne (Pegs |
irltan (Bromley). Stra'-
ton (Walthamstow Avenue), I.
Topp (Her. Ion) Fuller (Brom-
lay); sinter (Brantford) Morti-
more (Aldershot). Nobla (Lay-
bmshirel. Lewis (Waltt
Cuptain). Duthman (Corinthian-
Casuals). Robb (Ffnchley)
Wales who meet Scotland at
0*1 March 1st have
made three changes from the side
baatan by England. Trevor Owen
a former youth International
gains his first cap at centre-half.
KOd Peter Recs another VOutB
International comes in at outside-
right where he is partnered by
All.iri,Coes.
Team: Williams (Manchester
City); Brown (Hayes). Morgan
(IvelK Captain); Evans (Ban-
gor City). Owen (RAMC). Rob-
ling (Lovells): Rees (Uanldloefl).
Coles (Pontllanfrait). Nel>rm
(Newport County); Griffiths
(I-ovell>; Woosnam (Bangor
City).
The Sottish team contains five
member* of the famous Queen'-
Pnrk rlub Only one Anglo-Seo"..
Anderson of Bishop Auckland Is
called upon.
Team Ritchie (Alloo); Pat-
terson and Stewart, captain
(Queen's Park); Morton (Glas-
gow University). Coldwell (Kil-
marnocki DoharSa (Queen's
Park); Hodge (Albion Rovers);
Anderson iBishop Auckland);
Beg (Vale of Usk). Greirson
my 'Queen's Park)
THIS WEEK'S
EOOl HALL
DIVISION L
M..11.1., March la Kfl
Rafataa 0
Linesmen A. Thomas and L ;
Campbell.
Thuradat. Marrh 13
1 Hull. Hl'Klr, J
Haworth. Linesmen K. WalCOtl
and G. Amury.
Saturday. Marrh 15 Evati
Spartan b>Mg4M B Gltnfaa,
l.iiiesrm;ii J Archer and C.
Roach ford
iimsuiN 11.
Jin .il.iv March 11 .V-m !>.. a-
vs. Pickwick Hovers. H1l1.1t
t. Amory, Linesmen
Wednesday, March 12 Spartan
vs. Empire Rataraa Hoym
Frldat. March 14 Carlton vs.
Notre Dame. Rel.:.-, 0 Ro
DIVISION III.
Tueadat. Marrh II I^idgc VS.
Cable and Wlrelesa at Lod^e
l( Hulchinson.
Pickwick Rovers ffl EV4Tton
..t KenNaigt.m K.ferec O. Rob-
inson.
Rangers vs. PoUCi
Rstfaraa II Wilson.
I Y.M.P.C. 'A v Y V (A if
t 1:. 1.
I Oraham.
[Yedm-^Uv March I! Cilbn
\
Rafarag R Parris.
I V M I'l B
1 d latlon i(-d 11. 1 Ki 1
( nniln-l iik n v (
i Hd Boy 81 Oon
Raftrai J Archer.
Friday 14th Marrh 1 .in
Pickwick Rovers at Lod (C.
fteferee A T\'
Foundation Old Bog
and Wireless
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SUMDA1 Ui\ocATE
M si.w MAKtll i. M-
BAKR\DOS&.* Aln'OGnTE
tv r
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snn.l..v M msfe I IMI
llc-itional i: i.". MO
West I:
the abwiiri- dl I H
in educalirn;il pottcj I nee *>'
I Indie*
cannot i- I >' thia
ments Ol 8*1
senoti.^ i which threaten
that Institution wfa inent and
ganired But already
people are beginning io la* BOal
Infl state-
ments of fact Rrco"iiiti'.', for ll
being math- at Lha !- I >mfort-
ing assurance thai It el much
I medical student :n Canada

red much
uttf to establish I ilege oi
he West Indies than to pi keep
:d Barbados and ether West Indian Gov
tnuMnfl BN likely to be approached soon
further requ< | larger
ual grant than the lafge UP it now
tributes every
hMttsfl
.i .: the
dies ih being lurmcnled by fears
tailed With .'niitinucd
.1,, v.me-
wherc near the foundations oi the euuc-
;.onal system the L e* snd Wind-
wards cry [of .' Mstanct from other
islands to help then train primary school
MS, Jamaica hat toui training col-
'omen and une for man i
Trinidad ha by the Gov-
ernment British Guiana has one : and
Barb. I AH the others have
none.
It woul this Stage to suggest that the approach to
lbs I
ought not Hi' before Che
level
which pern I nosl t>
university expend to the
Imisic eti.u .. n-gion.
But it ought to tN i n*d by
.li those who supi'
approach wheth*- ol $53,280
lid to the Univ. n mighl not
closer asso-
ciali' t Ol
vseancies si Erd Collegs tei
prim A tna I "-
v. ii d l .i ' Us in theae islands breed
little cOflfltfi i stall t,. produce
citizens even up to 'h admittedly low
leva! triHlucation acknow etged by the
xpsrl to have beet) reach) m Barbados.
Antigua is exceptional in posai
small college of lorig stand, ig oiganised
by the Moravian Church for training
female teachers. But nowhi e else in the
Icewa.ds can any other u ong college
be found and without i I -opera-
tion no tnei ligut c iM
be train) d In the tegion.
In Gp I
two year
- rernraetit
Training College. In I' mi a no leaeh-
ers have been ssi I for training
lince 1946. and tfa pendent on
S full ttOH pupil teach-
ers Of whom twenty C g Ul the 2 year
course at a time. Condi:. Si Vincent
are hardly better than Ul '.minica and
the reed ol sdn I ng colleges
I r i pecisj leecheri i i I rtt In St.
because of transpoi difficulties
veil Hi >) i d can do It to give
MIL,
ehers and
ovei F 0 years.
Lhret ' i rs from

lh vari-
I courses

I
P
: .
Bill
i to what
what
'he educa-
tional opportunities offered in the greater
i.umber of West Indian islands and British
Honduras. Surely a regional approach is
necessary and wanted quickly
Sitting On The Fence
Our ll* i ii.im
I ] Ml ..n it baj beer
ed in these columns that, as the result of
tire and hurricane, little of architectural
or historic interest remains, but, that
which remains must be preserved by leg-
islation draw attention to I
few examples of first class monumental
sculpture on this island.
Mr. A. W. Acworth, Acting Secretary
of the Georgian Group, visited the Carib-
bean in the Winter of 194ft7: his Report,
pi */ Artkittetunl <>, hTMsrfe
ffriluu Peri /./".
was published by His Majesty's Station-
ery Office in 1851. It is to be hoped that
no delay, similar to that of publication of
the Report, will occur here before action
ib taken. Attached to the Report, as an
Appendix, is a draft Bill for the Preserv-
ation of National Buildings. This proposes
that a Comnuaaion should he- set up to
prepare a list oi building! suitable for
ration, and for the supervision and
pre arvattoo of which the Commission
will be responsible
"Popular indifference to architecture
of all sorts has. then, been matched by
oflkaal nafjeet of the need for protecting
the Island's architectural heritage from
damage or destruction", writes Mr
- Acworth. The present lack of good taste |
in Barbados has been responsible for the
Babylonian pillar* and accretions to The
Royal Yacht Club and Wakefield house,
thereby ruining their architectural
value. Nor is the Church in Barbados
:ipt from blame on this score. Perhaps
it is enough to draw attention to the
most recent offence of this nature,
namely, in St. Mary's Church.
This historic church has recently been
embellished by a baldachin of elephan-
tine proportions, entirely out of charac-
ter in such a church. If a baldachin was
necessary and this may be doubted by
tne -surely ii was possible to design
pillars bearing some relation in size to
those abeedj In the church, The balds-
Chin is a monstrous semi-circular affair, the
bop of which cuts the stained-glass win-
dow behind it. True, the window is of
mi great intrinsic merit, but the architec-
tural result is a monument of bad taste.
To add to this chapter of horrors, a screen
h,t, been installed with a Rood beam on
which the Rood (Christ on the Cross with
figures of his- Blessed Mother and St
John) is perched precariously. The screen
fit may he unfinished) at present lacks
enough perpendiculars, and the whole
effect is unbalanced and most odd.
This attempt to go back to pre-Reform-
atlon days, when much that was beautiful
in English churches was destroyed by
furious iconoclasts, Is most unsuitable
for Barbadian churches. So far as Is
known, the only so called religious serv-
being held in Barbados at the time
of the Reformation were connected with
the Arawak worship of featta. Nor are
uhUWlhai here suited to such phantasy as
the painting of pillars and ceilings sliver
and blue The glowing colours of
Medieval Churches with gilded or
painted ceilings helped to reflect light in
dark churches. This has never been a
need in this island, and the result is
merely cheap, for aluminum paint is a
product of i chromium-plated age and not
a medieval one.
"To protect and at the same time to
draw popular attention to the legacy of
the past cannot fail to create concern for
a higher standard in the buildings of
to-day; and. in turn a greater interest in
the quality of current construction can-
n"" fail i feed a desire to preserve the
beet buildings of the past" continues the
And. the Draft Bill sounds a
te of warning to owners who neglect
to maintain the fabric of listed buildings,
for under Section 7. power is given to
toh buildings compulsorily.
The len awaited Town & Country
Bg Bill, which would both protect
buildings of architectural and historic
I 1 control indiscriminate build-
M on some dusiy shelf It is to be
hoped that attention will be directed to
Mr. Acuortb's draft Bill. This would
little adaptation for local needs.
Such a Bill is no matter for political dis-
pute, but should have the whole-hearted
rt of all parties.
hM ii-
nlul ilimt, u
IMghtS ol it
.to.
ng
i Bjoty, he should read ihr___
t Mrs Cimni, of Edinburgh, who
was repotted io have been dr-
ained in an hotel at Klagcnfun,
Austria, for hilling a boat*
Net umbrella
i I (M-upic Ulr
MMt sigiiuKance. bui
o Ihonv like myself, who were
ten-aged when our country was
! mrsrfuli even if un-
popular, Mrs. Camm's act of
i.i ,if .o.'l i. h,.rn . ,. ., rtfimiu-
r ol the days when nobody could
.i'.i-ii a Briton uround with iin-
Qtsweajiaa
ith an umbrella.
For. In those stirring iimo-
llritish malrons at home wielded
ihe umbrella like an avenging
ord on people of the lower
failed m their respect-
" I du'.y.
Abroad II was wielded like a
aeoUraa upon foreigmrs who were
not aware that we owned the
oarth. | J
But conductors who rang bells
(By \ Mil \MI I GUBBINS)
iih litlt-n. revolver", tommy gurw
viusrs
ooaa. of courte. Wc ihiok ifi
all part of the fun. don't you*
Batlatf KNCOHNTaJt Ye dear. I do. What. nrn.
(Oyoure NatOubWna. are you" tWnk >our .daa of iDrndlng a
Splendid.. 1 often read your **}^>j^^l&&
Uul
your
inking, but clean, cracks with
decim male foreigners In ban
f> much more entertaining than
trudging wearily round stuft>
miueunu and staring at rude ptc-
res you will never appreciate
In fact, your difneultlra have
Thai u-as .-erw clrtter of him. been dracribed In a **1b ptu*M
Why clever' written by a woman columnisi
.. .,,,., Afirr reckoning the call of her
uul you must have My friend accommodaUon, hrr M ";
* cat currency U *o small that tne
OmweA Than cHfereat. . *"e .^ S*F* brtween
i hn. 1 met an old friend of baths and bullfights.
.u n*x* llliartj Teddy aome- A. she i *^.^.^^5t- W
..ii* or other RemembeV us hope she wto choose baths.
As I underitand It. your own
particular problem will be to Una
enough money to buy the funn\
drinks In the funny bars at the
funny prices charged during the
.ne Ul in the paper
Do yon?
Some limes H1! uuiu. good
always, ' course.
rs stor.
A Iriend of into*- met
: ..ihri a few weeks ago.
with
surname begins
i .in M Or la It a W?
.. Idea.
Well, he knows you all righi
Doe$ he?
,<_ bobday season.
twfore matrons were safely pobafcl like that. But this chap couple of funny foreigners (n
board the vehicle were cracked
across the head with an umbrelln
almost as a matter of routine.
Railway porters who UfllQ sutly
answers were assaulted so fre-
QsaasiU) ihot nobody took unj
noMse. '^ lati
In foreign parts, the Brltl*
matron with hrr umbrella wa*
: 'cured as much as Mrs Carrie
- with her hatchet was fear-
ed by American saloon keepers.
Not only Continental hotel port-
lers cowered before the cut and
Armed
police who showed truculence or j
mctvUlt) tor jusl couldn't spenk *
t igjlafej blw their whlstlss for
- u 11 when British umbrella*
a lui led aboul their ears.
Next lime a fronUer guard sees
.. stern-faced woman in tweeds
< arrying an umbrella like n sword.
It. had better beware.
She will be the reviyrd spirit t
of lirilaln unafraid of a Inou-h
him if they are armcu
PAPER SERVIETTES
in Pastel Shades
o-. pm ioo.
ADVOCATE STATIONERY
Broad Street & Greyttone, Halting.
Short and fair with
iiche. Ring a bU? You mi-ht be able to manage
ft r.nos a hundred belta. the Bril ,wo> but after that you
h,' ,.?!*w5?y.Uiy!lloUi.0' ""st Xook tound S"rfay for s
*(f uk* lhl Bl $** ch"P couple of funny foreigners (male)
' ""*" vou nl* *' who will offer to pay the funn>
Ha$ he.' urlces for the funny drinks for
The last time he saw you was J*he ncxt ,wo weekl
In Birmingham Or was It Black- Mv own experience of foreign-
i *t' _. , an, Americans excepted. Is that
f hocf never been to Black- tney are all a bit funny about buy-
t Then it must have been Blr- anvbody. even atUractlve. nicelj
inghiim. brought up girls Uke you.
I have never been io Blr- Indeed. If your nice up-brlng-
"hioham eUher.
Oh. well. Ira been interesting
meet you.
/nferesMfifl to meet you. too,
llul.ll) \\ lit-ADEIt writes:
Ing fs too obvious. It is doubtful
if they will even offer you a
laaraas
So. unless you are exceptional-
ly lucky with some funny, clean
nd generous foreigners. I'm afraid
vou've had it, dear.
You must either spend the res'
We are two girls who would of your holidays In funny OBttl
iikc to know how to eke out the where you can order a cup of
new travelling allowance for coffee and tit and sip and star,
holiday -broad. Hotal expenses for hours on end at small cost, oi
for a fortnight will leave little trudge round the museums and
'o spend on ihe things we like stand and atare at rude picture
to do, such as having those fun- which, if not very funny. Kffl
ny drinks in funny cafes and usually free.
bars and amusing taUts with 1 think you would have a much
English-speaking natives fel- funnier ume al Margate.
lows we mean, though decent L.E.S.
tan We IV4 Prices?
Ak% IstMM-ite I In ul -
Nt-liiuig uiierests everyone In
BajtedOl today more than the
m nisi of living. Who-
ever we are. rod v,,' I '
police, warder. frultssUer, labour
ofneer, aocaworeer, tinanciai
laeeretary, shopkeeper or mer-
chant, we ih like Iniving. to pay
b are i"" the things we buy.
V.'hv do we dislike it? Because
ompeUed Id buv les-
have been buyinE or are
I forced to seek more
[maintain our rate f i xp- r
tWO alternutK.-i
fuclng us to buy less or to seek
ore iu:i"- raw bow wages
I an keeping i-tci, >
less with the rise In the cost of
living for everybody except cer-
tain so-called white coll. r
worker* while people living o
r."-nslons iinrt on smnll rents hrosn
1 and p'operty hnvo
eesn the hardest hit by the high
cost of living.
Barbados is In none of these
respects exceptional. These con-
ditions have been experienced an
.i n m world today and no class
Bw -in hi more than that dan
i'il*ed lalwtur.
g hi our own cost of
living in Uurbados Is itself due 111
. i |
m p tiave bad I I
d workers In counlrn*
fiom which nrg are compelled to
'her goods which
ill llarbados, nnd which
re cannot produce here.
This fact is recognised by the
senior members of the parly with
,i majority In the House '
bly but It is not yet npprecintin
' li\ the thousands of voters Who
i-turned them to power in the las'
, .lections
' As a result the Labon: pert] I
II tied willy-nilly to a proce-
dure in matters ufTectinc tri.de
IwbJcS is DO longer valid, what-
niSfitl may hnvo been In
i lie past,
That procedure lit would be
w*ng to call it a policy* is dh -
lated by Ihe botlaf thai the mex-
chanta of Bridgetown are some-
how* respon-"hlt' f. .1 the conlinn-
ous rise io
Only last we.-k Mr. Lewis w.i-
n-commcndi g House >
Assembly control of the nrn
-hanU, as if the expen< ve
'-itton known as the Contr< '
lifnee had not turned buying and
\elllng into a regulated system
tvhlch bus nlreadv led to the tm-
1 gence of a new 1
men who would !- d ..
! igc or possibly necmrie bankru- I
f quola* and Impart Itot
i d tomoi 1 m .
The onK ^ ihe sik
mefui meti of rentrofa
.ive not been s far easerieneci
.11 Bridget.am iieeau*t- n
-ovemment control office coul '
fford to ride roughshod over the
rnereaanti at v.iiuroe imports and upon whose prollU
me government is able to support
1 no expensive administration,
'icial sen'ices and public works
ft now supports.
Without the knowledge, experl-
..vice of tne nwrcnants
n.e Control Olllc<*
DtieraM with tne high
tones and wiin Ute
1 1 > lor which ll is
I praised by uae very
I wnum members and
uppoiters of the Uibour Party
lie disadvantage
. s and how would prices
I if controls were re-
1 loved'
thai .lueslion must bo
'niswered if me government Is to
I e blamed for the procedure it
low adopts. 1 do not think that
eon easily be answered.
: or do 1 blame the government
1 bavins imposed price controls
i 1 a well-intentioned effort to
I ccp down the rising cost in prices
huh all of usespecially mcr-
raoge prosperity Is depen-
1 cot on our capacity to buy as
possible of what they
mnj kept down.
What seems to me a fair cntl-
in of Ihe government Is their
failure lo recognise that
i .ntrols on trade imposed in
i.. 1 10 increase Iheir prices be-
iro the profits which are to be
'lowed lo our merchants are
. .en considered.
This statement needs amplillca-
Uoni if it is to be underslooii.
The members of the Labour forty
whose decisions carry great
weight ot meetings of the Execu-
UVO Committee will readily agree
no country can buy goods
. thou*, paying for them. They
anil also acquiesce in the proposi-
tion that to pay for theae good*
which are bought, money must be
earned by the buying country. In
onvetitional language a country
which has to import (and what
country has not?) can only pay
for its Imports by exports.
All this and much more will bo
K-rstood by the leaduig mem-
ora of the Labour farty and
purhapo by a large number of its
I Bui at the next stage
In* Labour Paaly spokesmen
either part company with somo
ot us because of preconceived m-
Aeaublo ideas about merchants and
II generally: or ihey are
..ndamentally incapable of un-
. : am ue bsBui -
make another
,.irmpt to expiiin what has fo
1 explained by many
.ndirU'.uals. sup-
beft informed local
iiuiieieni oolnioo,
:r our capacity to pay for our
mports is depenOeui upon the
lue of our exports, ll Is funda-
ontauy important that we buy
those imports in Uie cheapest pos-
, ible market.
Now the procedure al presen
favoured by the party with .
majority In the House of Assembly
Is based on a feeling thai we li
Barbados can do Uttle about price
iiuotod by merchants In the unite,.
Kingdom, Canada. Australia 01
mr other eouniry, so the onlj
effective action to be taken is t-
screw down the margin of prom
allowed t merchants. They dad
not force merchants Into bank-
ruptcy for several major reason.-
If trading companies made n
profits, not only would direct un-
employment result, but the gov
eminent would be striking
double blow at its two ma)oi
sources of revenue, customs dulle
and income tax.
The preoccupation of the gov-
ii.iueni with its main objectlv,
of controlling the merchants ha
unfortunately prevented t h 1 ti
from formulating a policy whlc.
ill allow no side-tracking of
what all of us wanta reductlo:
of or at least a halt called to tip
rising cost of living.
The first step In that direction
must be a break away from
old fashioned and sluggish men-
tality that we are helpless to d
anything about prices quoted b-
other countries. We must maxe H
clear to other countries that w-
cannot afford to pay more lha
we van afford. Only competitlM
trading will enable us to do thl"
We can and must take measure-
to reduce the high freight rate-
which shipping companies Imposi
because of the high cost involvec
.11 discharging and loading ship
:n Carlisle Bay.
And we must learn to spend
less on non-essentials and to save
Despite the legiUmate outcries
against the rising cost of living
the windows of the shops In
Ilridgetown continue to dlspla>
-elections of customers' demand.
which do not impress an un-
biassed observer as essentials fo
ihe good of life.
Cinemas, restaurants and pn
vate clubs continue to multipl
and there is hardly anyone toe
poor nol to have the use of
bicycle. We hsve travelled a ton
way on the road to a better llf
in. Barhados: and we have a lon>
w.iy vet to travel ,f we are not l<
experience one of those period)'
depressions too frequent in our
is'and history.
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1 happiness will boil
the risein prices which
-i eejstroai ami million* o;
eMlsrs spent on subsidies hv<
boon unable to check is alowt
foicing us back to reality. If thf
l.ibour Party ill awake lo th-
ill ' us want lo keep
pi ices from rising any high*,
more progress might be achiever*
nd more attention pnid to other
views than their own.
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at unfo-tunateU sn^io entrle.
too wn Ui th-
an 11.1t t bo un*'nectrd
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nt a reas-
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adverse trade position
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f IMO, the eal <>( mi-
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thai, as
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Our
1P5I over th t of I9S0, Include* .1
p opo '' "t itcm^
I be regarded 1 1 Ipttal
expand lure, and thus li
:v '> m linn- to
: hiiifi>-
p cultural industrial
le, iuiiidin: nettarlsli snd ler-
, i- 1 the rts-
i:. iTJ ur un*
oorts Is chiefly reoponsiblr for
I |ner*>asc In values, but
.- money
In vffct
. .
gpOTU for
st. million on
; the result
Ktt main
1 \ports, su b
ice Some of ih c Incr ac will
ll have Iheir re |] cn"r-t through-
i>ut the p es n yar. > wt eSB
eal tuny co Bd
alts their fu 1 Impact should
t>rlnf al".
our economic positl n f
tided the costs of imports
in the
ftightenhig waj that am have
ixpeloncod tor some lim past
chief Inen ism i oxi
In S
baestte ($2| mil:.
-165,000). An
fecrcase of | mi!
v rts
:
ImportatU' and 1 ;-
I'oapablf need to expand our out-
. < ;1 i rxpors Mr. Dorf said
imicii sack and caro-
if.- t a la n .m I eon-
* .- Ilnw oaH ng the
Vi-vm for mi e-piv-for-less-
,i k Ihe wil lest and other
k>- > Sited bjf Communist
toUtlca1 agiUlors.
ptl >rage. the disregard
f r db"- p 1 d "1 aptitude
ving h' sod, but
.-..' 11: .
. f ou- rcnui-emenls. we cannot
U Lonaml iih>
near, ho averred.
i In harder and more efficient
1 that we can export
*r*Tlall>
for high period neesoalti*s. and so
avoid getting Into debt waich is
what an adverse trade balance
means He pointed nu how slue-
!i Srarh can r e the cost of
our Imports, by m-tancing that
slower h iidllnx of ships' car-
nasaae m re expense to the ship
extri port du- whar'a~e and so
n, which in turn causes the ship
me to nse '-eght-i nd thus
the dec ease-1 eflori or Increased
overtime on the part of th" water-
nt worfce- makrs the very
1: expensive to himself, and to
everyone else loo.
Mi lit > went on to emphasise
the seed for co- ipersU*s effort
pad p inted out that while no
of omanistng ability on
the part of the asecuflvs u of
any use mil K put Into
efficient prae'ee 'ight down the
id work by th" rank and
"le can be mullifled by inefficient
mBnagemerrt
^ vuuf Soiik of -
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Rt\n\V M \Rf || ,, |S:;
SUNDAY ADVOCATE
pace urnt
Monumental Masterpi eces
K> NKVI1 LI. COWHJ. __ ____________________________________________ *-
IN TMK ChrtabOM Number of Country Life there
appeared an i-xcellt.nl article entitled "Monuments in
Barbados" bv Stewart Perowne and illustrati
Ml article which every Barbadian writ
take an intaraat In Ihii island ihould read
Caonto Ufa a i Lne of the hicheri Handing,
WMCb by connoisseurs and writers of
therefore, a compliment in Barbados
church monument ,,! to a wider
we should bo grateful to atr Pwmwaa, ow
W* C tor his wisdom and skill. His
article is well Illustrated by photograph! taken bv Mr.
la;.; Currr.ichaH, of the local Department of Education.
I We aiv rorclbb reminded bs most rapadou*
I posses* portrait sculptor of hi* day.
hurch monuim: p
"p loven beyond our short-*, (later Ck-vrge iVi. Pitt Fq*.
-f our hcrlta... Bcnjai in Wert
ft<\ wc must guard the ,. lUted by Notlr-
oda>\ BOP it SI ("'-, Parish
being taken 11 |he Hon'blc Richard
ere. and the turn ,, thrw-quar*.
pv. hi* raBpOnglbUltj in >-,. TOT, -nut against hll
and such munu lenl cfeasrsnlng
ana preserved lor pa

enne-
-"rk. Un-
. :
I' ' '':> l: -vll;. ;irnt ;' i .
probable, that this was raided
holding wn
In the Ciithedral. Mnt. Laetitla
Austin, the wife "I John Austin.
Ordinance Surgeon, has a simple
"blet which it the work of John
Baam the younger. "This ami-
Ihle and accomplished woman
arrived from England in Septem-
ber. 1801 and wag removed by
a fever Nnvr. the ltth follow-
in"' The loai to her contem-
aa short a sojourn
<>icr.- h.i l>pen of Inestimable
valua to posterity. For. had she
outlived the "disconsolate part-
n.i- of the "tender tho' short
Deed union", or, had he surviv-
ed a longer union, it Is unlikc-lv
vounger Baron would
hnv" been commltsioned to com-
the "best beloved.
ST. >lii II \i I \ i ITIII mt\i
vr. i.i:oiii;i:s
III! Ill II
3 Men Head
A Picture
(and i> .i whit m.-.i ( ga saSMl
H* J\MI> B\KII 1 I I
i ninot read
.nid. in ihe aw

InJ si '
pnlirt.na pou
ike u om ^SURE RELIEF FROM i
;; PAIN AT LAST, j
> BOOTS FAMIL. LINIMENT ^
HI tal^lS I
I I
;. Pat lahhue, I
I *
5
3
;.
;I st i ., ,,,. ,
.' ** n- ti :, JotBta,
; ftpraaaa, Mraw i
4 hiltii.iiis t.
;.
.* i... NearM i
; Baent to :.,
I
:,
I
1
^ and COVei '
I r rostehUh, i
^ etc. I
whore
I
I
\
a
I
> skin i
I

he Lu
;
:
;. Lying.
htstoehw <>/ ftunton, n.d els ft ___. ....
rhat fh, pkfMff Bteei W dafe II S Jg......Hi >" *
lorattoM. II, Mid % BOOTS K.nih Unimem i
X > scollent (<>i pain
THE prince was not much > '
more ihan five Years old. but i ft Ulo Hffl
ed just as it he w. g
grown up 1 here was no special
costume for .lhiliiivn untd the
second half of the eighteenth
canturjj
Forget ahout plctuie twing
There hi
' for i
to "lake <" .i Hi""!
pietun
Nearly every painting,
instant. i^ an hbtortea
menl idled with clues about |
ions, nnd ordinarj
I dUeus-ed this pictiio 1'
!-. t .! .....it the Rmbuj
h> V. la/.iue/ I- '
don Wall Ml *ilh a
at difTfrent people AH
aw ddfen'nt things to
for family
fitness
tt*rmiie n good diatary tourca
of Viiamin B. A little added to
Stewi. Soups. Saucss. Gnvtat
and Ssvoury d ftivour and nourWhmeri Chil-
dren lova Mtrmlteetpeciallr
Kt Sandwiches of evtt, variety
and on hot twtutrad tout.
In Jam I ox., 2 ax.,
* r 1 oi I* or.
did
Jan
Laver
MARMITE
THE VITAMIN B TtAST EXTRACT
GIVES COOKING EXTRA GOODNESS AND FLAVOUR
Hi i. a run round U
but in the lo30'a the style of the
collar was changing Into the
ancestor of the Eton collar an
familiar to schoolboys of the last
geneiatlon.
FU.xman worked between the The subject of the BoveU kno^?the.*Ca,||e'. hatl^houah
Sculptor : Flaxman. London.
J *in Flncon the younger, be-
a*an sHa career painting oma-
mentaJ china and he also worked age-, of 20 and 32 11776-87). monument Ls a mourning angel
on statues of artificial stone. He for Wedgwood, and designed leaning on an urn. Gibson's Ma*-
won the AciKlemy Gold Modal some of that tlrmi most cole- ter. Canova, was responsible for
for sculpture In 1769. and his brated pieces. By 17S0. he was the execution of the Stuart Mem-
work can be seen in St. Paul's also earning an income from onal in Peter's. Rome, which was
Cathedral and many English sculptured monuments. He visit- erected by King George TV to
country churches. His monument ed Rome in 1787, remaining there the memor} at James Edward,
in St. Michael's Cathedral has an 7 years. On his return to Eng- the Old Pretender, and his sons
elegant simplicity which is only land he um, appointed to the Charles Edward, the Yimng l*re-
acueved by unfalteiing taste. Chair of Sculpture at the Royal tender, and Henry the Cardinal.
Academy.
Flaxman was succeded at the At the base of this monument
His scarf is Ilk
m by officers,
sual for a young
J TIH II XI.I. MEMORIAL
Sculptor Richard U. -.im i. nil
LlBllB,
us
rep resented
(1755-
1826). is ais*. represemca in ,.
Caihedrol by a nne monument wh u,.
dg .11 >
Son.i nir ohurchyaros are ~
IB SSt untidy slate, overgrown by Thr^. U?"***(. S'4, Ph.ll'P- ,
m^Ji and grass with munu- seined the island s interests In
meats and gravestones fas' de- '-""on. as Barbados> Agent fot
oaytng The blame for decaying manv Years. His wigged hend
monumenU and fcTuveslone* can- "PPT" >. medallion
not be laid ut the door of pres- ?"" whtch is'JurmounU.-d by
ent KaMai or of present incum- ., ''inerary um. At the base of
bonts. Hut. they can I*- blamed
^" lBrfl"h^ailet!"l22^1800l; ntacott R.A. (1775-1826). studied
by Wostmacott, *' Panels with mourning angels
..jrks to his crislit "^'i'ik OB oxtUVgulshed torches.
id West- emblematic of dopartod Ufa,
N III.'
sllghtJy smaller.
thai usually i
.lu. h wwld I* i
prince
(Kbert l^inraiter
lakinp an architect's oteu*. said
IT is o dull picture architec-
turallybut even so. without
knowing when or where it wa*
painted, there are clues in the
background.
i'e, a bom Barbadian of
.vhich far
inwards
BT
u I.
I'l-rowne ,,
Mablc
um Roman
under his father and later under writes that Gibson- mouniiiig MiKRP.t that the building
-i as-, i *__ IPSnl Id "in ilmil ...! -mi. ***__...
boa]
which
the Mediterranean zone.
sshlrly and squarely for neglected
gBOjVeyard* anil for allowing tur-
nar decuv of moiiunienl- SjMj
sravoston.-s. This can and should
be remedied. Further, the sides
and odces of monuments within
churchf .ire often found coated
with Wash a-- trie result of the
church !>cing distempered. This
has hapM'ii(-t recently in Si Mi-
chael's ('hedral and in St.
George'- I'.i Am ar-
ently. st.-i !
rsmsdy .
on the Thomas Hamson Monu-
ment in the Cathedral lt> border
Of on*. .
ed wrtli pink, white and.* lastly,
vnllow .'.
h|sBperiiik
Prrowne. In hll article.
attention to the fad that
monuments have a dou-
ircst they illustrate the
igtorj of in English coi-
it. hev-da> md thev in-
< ,. iin work of
he I nown English
' the 18th and early
k| BBUlpton mentioned
II were influenced bv the
revival largely popu-
In Rome bv Antonio
1-^7-1822). The aflec-
At'ie funeral VSnOS, col-
^^^H stelae and the draperio '
esj^mal sculpt il n
^^JBld-Victorian time by t in
ova's Fi '' '
and C The English Chur
chee I bv now. their fill o
rnonuii . write* Mrs
Evioilesuch was not th
Barbados, where *ucce<
anes and f I
ueii havoc. After n Id-

lOnuments declines
Onj, ....,.
date here worth men-
me eTeded as late so
lir Thomas Gilbert G
MT in the CsSBssflsssI
~* is in excellent
Me Richard Salter.
1776. "an unbiassed
upright MagUArate,
.. :;'.i.-

m ;>n NoUakens R^..
was the most fash-
Um pillar sits
(igure a
reals on her kr
excellent, draped
a look whloh
U> be bottleglass
rmdows. If you study
v of glass you can track
pot.Mi.le date of build-
.king at their eiadOWB.
ST- MM IIAII S
CAIIIKIMIAI.
^f Canova at Home. During his stay a"8'1 "a almost exact copy
in that City, he gained ihe ilrst of the right-hand panel
Cold Mcial of the Acudemv of by h'* nuister. Here. I differ Then
, St. Luke offered bv the Pope. Ho with Mr. perowne. Gibson was in the .
f"1"*1 became an R.A. in 1811. undoubtedly familiar with and the hlntoi
influenced l>y his master's work, down the
Theie nre two church rndnu- but the BoveU angel Is much l(UD> bj I
Westmacotl; one in St. weaker work than that of the
George's Church and the other dexter panel of the Stuart Mem- Thost projecting gutters sug-
in St. John's Church. The George orial. both owe their origin to gest that there is often Man
Hall monument in St. George's classical sculpture and there I rainfall. The pitch of the root
Church commemorates Ihe tenth think the resemblance ceases. loo. U so steep ihat Ihe hmld
and youngest son of William Hall log is somewhere likely to have
of Tulley, County Donegal), n Olher Monuments mentioned snowfallauch as any high vil-
Merchant of Bridgetown. The by Mr. Perowne In his article lage in Italy or Spain
Mi r ...(!.! \-. : .' maiI h and are the Boonei inanjui eat h UM ._ ,. ,,
u surmounted by o viwr, be- Cathedral, by an unknown artist. ,Jf^teLgLSPhFE.
.....th the > rtpunqarethi Ball Om AUejps d numnni In ) ",' '. HBC -S ad
Ctw -n,i Arms. Mrs. Pfnder-s JamOB'l Church by Lancashire. \WLU / 'l,ls/X UE2TS
. .- t in Si John's Ohurch and the live tablets by C. Rossi '."* li,,"mf * 'X KSSST
------- this lady's re- These and other monuments will Carpswloabout 1
. a.,1 ,n the bloom of youth be discussed in
to the regions of eternal bliss".
She died at the age of 30. In tho
year 17M. It is a very beautiful iigll
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Above The inscription of the
Plnder memorial Is a nursing
ltd I child who pulls at
her robe. Behind MM
head, there Is a halo with six
stars and the 7th parti.
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f 12 stars
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The thud work by Sir Richard
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A the rasufll i W< rtmaentri
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doned aaacute the colossal
4 Achilles in Hyde Psrst.
With Flaxman. he caivt-' '
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"GIBSON SCULPSIT ROMA
which is interesting, since he
11 ,i f i.\ M' ii'
Rome. He became a Royal Aca-
THI ROY ELL MEMORIAL demirlan in 1836. and was tho
Sculptor: Gibson. first Englishman tt> introduce col-
Wlth Anel of Stuart Memorial. ,Ur on his sUtues, and quoted st. JOHN' ( llfRCIIWest Wall
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Row and Mustard$1.12 to $1.20
l III (SI RESISTING SPUN
in Ai|iia. Rose and Rim$1.77 to
$1.44
Ladies HATS$2.00
HANIIBAfiS 2 lor .....
ART SILK HOSEI/- pair
NYLON HOSE$1.00 pair
BKASSIIRES
Its, and Sic. pr.
lienls' BATH TRUNKS
$6.00 lo $100
ANKLE SOX (Special OlUr)
30c. pair
Woollen SOX $1,211 to 60c.
pair
T. SHIRTSllenriiis at 90c.
Kllllll II POLO SHIRTS
In White. Tan and Grey,
$1.37 to SLOB.
Horizontal Striped T. SHIRTS
Assorted Colours. Special
..Her$1.75.
While Collar An... lid shirts
-1 on to $3.00
Woollen SPORT SHIRTS
ideal for Tennis and Cricket
$5.5$ to $3.0.
Woven Poplin TUNIC SHIRTS
12 collars) $6 55 lo $4.50
MESH VESTS$1 $5 to $1.00
MESH SHORT$1.5* to $1.00
SHOES$10.00 to $5.00
Indies' FANCY SHOES $H.2H to $6.00
. with hint, heels$5.7 lo $4.50
Ladies WALKING SHOES
-------$*.68 to $7.00
Boys' TAN SHOES (sixes 25)
frofn $5.14 lo -I no
Ladies' GOLD KID low heeled
Shoesfrom $6.68 lo $3.00
HARRISONS-
BROAD
STREET
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I U.I Hf.HT
1 Mill ADVOCATE
SUNDAY, MARCH . ltt
CLASSIFIED ADS.
pi win sales \\\oi\ri;w\i.
roii HEvr
TELEPHONl im.
DOD
,. Wr.tbury
odoi* EateU* olditw of thi- Ul
TMOnMI kNV
. late mMnx- MwyvlUa". f-
ti Htm Michael, .it 4
in ,\Ks
.. .11 .in *. I *
who it card*. tnNlM |
-> rnpatBtard i*
I berean
. ... I,.,.'..
I aBBS)
Bnvivl Tb*
. ". .
-f Mra. *
l-.li- of Ht CUli
i Church
itrf illy
Mil mo
l" otut
I* orelaii * in*
Heath tCMMrvnl
Gl*d>i Brown*, gybi
IN
| M.,,
tw~* UN 111*
BpS.
.- .n-.l - grtUi
Thr Mil. to* hard to rlm-b
II* fOOtly tWW her .Irrping >
And whlapefed peace be thin*
Sh* lcr-il .md died r..
(rumd ,
Fvrr li. be remembered b.\
Mn Gwendoline Dot tin and family. *

I OH SIM
AUTOMOTIVE
CAROpri Car .M Ml. ka M work
frRtanasr. Apply: I. C Warner. iTallnri
t a siv
REAL ESTATE
CHEVROLET (AH
Mod eonditwn and
< Ul'HTEfiY (.AHAt.l
CABPoM Fufott IBM Model Tyr*-
-e*ka bM Now Bolatry Eaoeiin.i
v.Kiitawi CHI Kirnm. Dtp! till
I fSX-l.l
priori ia>W order Owbh k" In*
Mil
I Tli- IU*M dwelling houa* eundlng
on I tf 1 mod 1 perch** of land near
Pitt* village, st. j>> The dneutng
Im.ii** I* lonatrurted of tail. c-n. rate
nd Pafdwiiua Water, electric and 1*1*-
lo lh* ***
1 Ullt wj..*n* r**i ,1 land on the
eoaal St. JtlDM loppneil* U>* Rlak
Ulna Koui*. MM Hi- KMrtf nwlil
Bungalow tbrreoi Wal*r aid electric
rvlroa init.lUd
1 AM aiuir* (**i of land on In*
o maat. K Ja" lappmi* i Ru>
4 a Km 8P>, perch** ol arable Land
ihc bark of *M Hi.k (Writing hnuN.
Far inspection ippl> lo Mr C. A.
COpptn on th* premier*. Teleph.i.i* 01 SO
or further parlH-iLira and
aal*. apply to;
111 II III-.M.N > \M.....
I i as-sn
ADY washing n return
t Juno. July or AN'H
a* lompanlon. Cover 'a
Wm la* pnaaag* Bo:
I'l III II VIM II I N
CARSIBM Hup** dd U*
iV gup*r d* Lu* Pord Hal.
Both ui vary food condition
F.-rd Head Coup* iviM Ch*
itll-IM Morna Mm.,
tailat. IMS Mom' Minor
.ml*. IBM Ford Va Dm
K*-U*t rodMkan. ISBP J
:>M Cnrratar Sedan. 1MT
14 00* mllaa Fort Hoyal
: ihacr 4PM
ph. ad Coup* .
BUIUrtTfO BPOT A desirable b
tng apat trn-N .1 llriiteix Hill i
to Mr lataur-a Cav*. ov*r-tn. Uw-
RorkWy 0*l C".r> and Na%> G.tidano,
r-"l"l * apvrotunaU-lv IT aW ) ft
For further parliciiUra. app,, jpKn
Corbm. r o T Orddaa Grant. Ltd
1 M-iSn

1'AK
CAR: I9M Fard Cfhaul.
tandar B.tUO MlMa. I MaaMaat old
rkawrd. !*** ria> **..-
ay.,1
VANins
CBENI-ZEIt (hat daairat
Inarhoua* ovaibaohina 11.. an
a* Una ay Chrlit Ch
built of ii-mrii tuut* atandlnd on Two
Roodi It*. vnrM- of land ranlainlnf
pen \rriandaii. iii. i-a and luoma. I taadruona. .-HI. >pa* *
hud) UK ben pauitn. aarafr. an
room, water and rlartrlelty Tha
wtll kr art up for aala at Utr uda.* wf in*
.indenifned on Friday 14th Mareh
I iVi-i In th.- Itrntnaa Inapeetkaa
inv day or, apUcaUon lo Iha occupier
HAYKFS A (JHIFFITII,
UiMuia. No "
ELECTRICAL
HIIMir TRIMtdErl-eWrt'lraJly nper
ai*d, 17 in blade-* OUHTESV (iA-
AQE, Dtal 4te S taV-4M
ttm ha* gotia
i- ahall l*av> ***>
.ul atar.de
1U-II
it st ii In chernhad ntflMV *
laor baawad huaband Clanna-I A-vhl-
.Ji \.ho .lied uddenlv at
Iwane in IlronXlvn NY. USA
I'll. 11*01.
At." 41...... of -added llle
i mi ilnrU** ana
And day by day ill n.iaa htm .
A. I -aik Utiouftfi Ufa afcaa*.
Ood look him horn* it > ID* will
But in it. heart M llvolli rtlll
iie.rt h*> fo-o(!r.i liv .mil
oeji -ife Hakma Idnach a i *iac-in
law Mn Hone Innln*to>. "I tHeiilyn
< ... |
\!
Mi ol uid Ramembianie
a aonaa lade and life depatt
I'VK BATTEItV RAIIlUaV-Shlpniant ol
f. tf.lt b..tterj PYE ItADKM lat BMld*!*
row openlnd at alaSei > Radio Orpor'
inrr.i Exactly a> choaara b Btaaideaaiina
Auuvaeitiaa m Jantaiea. Brliwh Otitan.
neltl.l. llonduraa. Alrka rle after n*td
l*H IHoady world w-id* i*c*pti.io
(tiaranlaad. ra Lad H
HOUSE: Brand n-w. ample 1 badrooan
out*, all rnnvenle-cea. with party-
aired livinc rooto. o|a veiandah. kn< ha
titlHW room Oaraca. Uuntfry.
ml TO clan and atoraK* room tinda
ttracUra blll.ld. .He Rorkl*. New
* Co.. Ud. Plal 44MI
FYE" IIATTEMY RADlOB-d Volt. J"l
artlvfd. a Unut*d quantity Call ear*?
I- r s Mafln A Co. Ltd
FURNITURE
Broadwood Grand PIANO IB Sood
orddf *1 Ralph Bedrd'a Bhawraama To
be ileate-l al rlMK UU In
^na al" and th*
rlaaranee Aaao Chii
At Ralph A Banrd"*.
Cablne* Irom
Idiwrr Bay Btrcft
POULTRY
...1 tjp
rh ApplF
a a.in
MECHANICAL
I (JllASS HAKES avallabk (ot Iml
'< utlitaf-y It ft warkliva wvdth
8. t in. traaaport andth-CourtaaF
fa, Dial U 3 U *"
v.ae ..tva M-4h*r MUtlAH
I SFARHOCK
Tha Hpoii.iek'. Farmly
, ay |
MJk
a
IdUTB WtAB iiiikim i.i.l CLUB
F.ieellenl bulldlna ait* (or aala, Rood
-Idmlial rctlon. adjolnlnf north
Of Oolf CBtarPB, HVOd Mat* price
lla aaa JOHN M Bl.ADON .
te 04 1 SI- If.n
BOUkGS
-.Mlr^.TRdJUf,
aUo%t MaaaioUa. F
Telenhone and wale
Tairpbon* till
Iha Saa. joat
bad. raactneitr
"torn Mareh
NOTICE
do not hoM nurwal

work ahop Aa
one while -ou anM'
: SAJJ1S A BEBvicr
G H MAJtflHALL.
Mk Btroat s*r>t->
9 ' .
NOTICE
fabub or t lOAira
aaa* perabna owrUn aa>
pariah and hava BBt lleaaaad aama
the month of Febniary ara kindlv a
fo do aa w ilno-it delay
A T KINO.
Parochial Treaaurrr
It J...
.1 .
NOTICE
i M-i-ii OF -I '-.-.i.i
All peraoi'a ar firm, daallnf with tM.
banal, are kMari* aoked to aand In their
lo Ha* undaratdpaed raM laur
1th Ina4.
A. I KING.
*l Joi
1 SB in
itvn \ni. M.IKKS' INIOV
Tha Annual Oannl Martini of Ba*
above UnM. wilt Uo held at tha Y.M C.A
Naval Hallt on MONDAY Hth March
ISM i.l a p-pa.
NoUraa of aiotlona and'or qiAaafaaaM
(or dl-tuaalon mutt be aant M -m
lo the Bacratary in accordant:.
Rill* If ftl
A copy of the accounta
BM
., Ba
ftld March IBM.
pm and p m. May eaaaoraf.
HE SMITH.
acratar- .
i | .i i.
'jrthar partarulara. Apptr to Al
I . -r N* Caral BiBam, WorthMfl.
tf-ajji.
"ra^MnS.
WAATKD
HELP
COOK Muat know how to Coak
I and do a anuvU portion of houM-
ApplF to Mr. Colin Ooddard.
i,' Manor. Marine OMdaaat
a .an
OaOfKl A Lady Cktrk with a knowleda-t
of .'.orthand and tynawrttlna par wU
*-'..Miahad Corun.iMaon oflWe Muat hovi
*i.c prrvfnua raprrlancr Whan apply
ui. >tat quahncatkan and raprrtanc
A|f|. ii-atlona treated atrtrtly lonrMantlal
lo i-apebilit. Apple
MTP
t -i
BUIBB BOY or pmaral maid, muat
a.e aapararaor ol peneial hauaow-ork
leiencra eaarnUal Call natweon and
clortt. "The Momma- Marina Oar
GOVERNMENT NOTICES
irilllMMIM t>l ^lltlVM. MAIN WTCHEV
(.r.NIJtAI. HOsriIAI.
AppUcataoru ar* invited-for the iwn-pulooabl post of SupT-
viaor. Main Kitchen, General Hospital, at a salary of V480. iiatnjt bj
annual incretnents of 148. u, $912 per annum, plus temporary Coat
f Living AllOWaocr at Government rats*.
Applicant* aiiould not be over *0 yeara of age, ahould have attain-
i saUafactory standard of educaUon, and ahould have had aoroe
in houaekrrpina duties ran a large srale.
.___aUona on fortna rOHairublf- from the Secretary General
Hospital, ahould be forwarded to him not laa than 13th March, IMS.
,.',v,v,v//, amIfW.V'W
PUBUC NOTICE
C'CKRKNrr NOTES
It has brptm obse>r\-ed recell> that Currency Noies have been
defaced by writing or tUmping certain information thereon Such
action contravene* Section II (2) of tha Government Current >
Notes Act. 1MT (1M7-1) aa Bppiii.,1 by Section 14 of th* Currency
Art. 1990 (1950-31 quoted hereunrier. to which attention is invited.
"li(I) Whosoever, wilhou* lawful authority or excuae (the
proof whereof ahall lie on the person accused) mutilates, cuts, tears,
or perforates with holes toy currency note or in any woy defaces
a currency note whether by printing, drawing or stamping thereon
or by attaching or affixing thereto anything In the nature or form
of an advertisement, ahall on conviction be liable to a fine not ex-
ceeding five pounds
fSlgned) H. N ARMSThONI..
Senior Currency Officer,
British Caribbean Currency Board
REALTORS LIMITED
REAL ESTATE
- AGENTS
FOR SALE
l-i Mns Boom. Dtnkng
Toilet- A
Bath and hot and rl
Gallery.
lortatn*
Lb
!<.--,
.ith Tub
- anuM.
Sparo
..i.i Shower
i,bh. Beach
a-tlnn bv appointment onl
\l It! IN BALE
Sao Slurry mrewatl re
i uanpi latns of thiw*
SKand-
lti( on appro" 1 malelv laVI "naare
feel of land, altnatr at Navy
,1
SHIPPING NOTICES
ROYAL NETHERLANDS
STEAMSHIP CO.
- Ml is.. PBOM II'""
ltd*.
II S lihATTINGBlHOm. ISth
s B cxrTTfeTA. aid Marrh
M *"" HECITIA 4th Apr'l I*
NOTICE
t w.i-H or sr 1..-1 in
^EAIXl) TENHEHS ll i
th- .nutoralpnad ,->! r*PI I
March ItAl. for on* y*ar li
March IBM.
i lanspi] pa i*r..\ aSahM ^. ! OreaiprtM,
lo br drUvrrod .1 th. Almahouae
tm fupplv of Praah Cow.' MUk par
pint, ta be delivered at th* A In la-
st LIONABBs I N1P(H
ANIsT-( iKmtMAsrTr.K SnUrt
""" J*; I BM no ptua fasa ApplkraUona to Vicar
if Boad and rkpa'traarad Orsamuta
i ron-id*.ed t I U Ir
m a
- til IV
IIJNO T SOITBAMrrt's. KSU
AMMTfRJIAM
clKANJBBTAD a*U> March laSJ.
, M. M I' "
-tad wall biulri>-. re-
inile from BM '"it-
la divided into a Bat* with all
ronvcnlanceti For all mf.>rii..,i,oi
m. Dial BMt. Victoria %lrot
aass-in
NON PARE11-. Balmo.al C.,. H..Kl-t.
atand.nl on ZLIU aquare (eel of land
Tha hwuM conialna four badroowf
living rooma. water and rlectiU Ugh
throushout. arrvnnU* nrnr.. and aan.fr
Btapartion by appointment, phone Tra
Th* nbovo will bo art up' (or aali
al public competition at I p m on hi
oay the Hal day oi March at th* Ofrlc.
of tha .ind*r t-ArUtrNOTON A "EAI.Y
Lurat Btrrrt
____^ Iron, toe Ai.-
hDuar and Cor pen Hum the houa>
iii am part of the pnnah to th*
haarna and lu tha ira" tdi Ctuuaaa
tram tho Alrnafaouna lo ton hropaa
B, The Board ..( f . Lfa Guardiana
r. .< ikb i-l.i in ui d by Ilui or otlu r-
in thafr OPini.. I
Joaapl.
' BJ I
I'ROPT.FCTY'
l.lle with ill badr
mng wator AJae
Hotn can be bought
One Prnpfctir al Fonta-
adroom> oath with run-
River R..-.I
MISCELLANKOUS
: Hor-i
I ::
tOII SAl I
hotal in at V meant with
magnifa-mi view* of moun.
Ideal propoaltion (or I n-tirad
BBH beau lifu 1 en rr > i ndanaja
oartlculara appla
Rook*. Pour Winds, St Jarnoa.
FOR SALE
'. i> ii sjrasj n
II Bat in off Mali
I STINGS NFJVK
Hd I al
AV11JUN
TICK Fancy Sirlpoe. Strong
I 14 a yard CrtF-AI'FST in
it THAN I Hroa Where Low
t a SJ-ln
HHUNNW1CK RBDCWal -All the
lateat and moat pi.pulnr Km.- by BING
cH-isitv. \a\}l ARM8TRUNO. INK
tPOTS. KJ.1A FlT/'JERAl.n. Etc Bow
FANCY STRAW MATS
11 ai a SUct and Mar
THAN I'S IT. Wm lh. St
. i ...1 ti .(, d.
, II M THAN!*
t a aain
DAnMBBTTC CLOTII
I Qualitv
THANI *
T Wm H* Btr B.S IBII
li .i'.mhii. M'UNS very lovely do.
atsnt -nd quality Oiily Btr a laid
tmani s i'i wm Hp- st ta.ta ll
sum BB
II- ronvortrd int.. ahra..... J

BelaPplalne. SI Andrew 1 -
TM l.....
uaro tret ,
% nrawmi
i with BBS
appoint m>'
Blii- competition at a P "' on FT
. 14th day of March al the OfRo
ui.drr.lgiied
CARJIINOTOM B SKALY.
a !>*> Barbado* Goi rnimml Bonda.
Ml aparoa nailmilin Fir* Inmrame
B> aharet W I Rm it..*"
Z-1 .harea Barwadoa Shippmi a Trading
Co
mt aharea W 1 Blaruil Co
41 aharra lUrtn.doa Trlaphonr Co
aa harea Barbadoa aco Co
The i.boa-rmanllouad aharet will he art
tip lor Ml* at Public Auction on rrtday
tha I4U> day of March (
LONDON (-1IA.-MJ11F.K OT
COMMF.RCF.
SIMMER EXAMlNATIONbi
tarn
Entries lor the Summer Exam-
inations. lBU. of tha London
Chamber of Commerce must leach
the Honorary Secretary, Local
Educatron Committee, London
Chamber of Commerce, at the
Ih-partmrnt of Eduealon. (Varrtsan
not later than MendBY. the lllti
March. IBM.
iJBtry !>*:
t limeiiUry BasaW
For each Single Sutoiect ^.1 Rfl
( rrtilit .!* SLngr-^
For each Singlr- Subjart.
i-xcept Foreign
Languages .......... $2. *J
For each Foreign Language 4.00
For each School Certificate
of CommercUl Education 12.00
Higher Slagr
For each Single Subject,
except Foreign Languafle* 3.00
Department of Education,
1st March. 1952.
Cart mil ..i
i Strri-i
AUCTION
I will aril f
I. tii.
FH1T1AY lh
a Oan_
i aged In
lie
\\r.- .
ifOa Ford V a o
TTRMB CASH.
It ARCHER McKEN/tE
AiwlMBarr
laliiii i/.ni D1STBIBUTOR a
wy-lla'Ti- ptoduct In time for _._.
appUcallon of your Ferttllaors COOB-
IISV riARAGF Dial Mil.
ta S3 -Sa
AI-VANISE WIRE
grab lUrd'
VI* alt*, astt-
-. al *c. per foot
HuppUe.. RkKett
i. s.i.0
l..i 4 OatB, wall Made up Yard.
Ideal and enough land ta raaivart
M HBPM, M
MM 3 Bungak-wa. aato SuttoBla
t i ... Puds, I am .V-lltni
-Olive Bmh' lhaogh Nhi.aTBtg
I -I 1...-T' .I.'-. 'I '< UK
a it.-.n< 1114-. Ii.-n--. li-.' by Appotnl-
niAi am D P
i',- AHKH AT HASTINGS -
NEAR PAVil ln\ fOl'BT. I
ait
T *4
AT IOWEH HAY
i; aaa at riTtat
T Al Store- -Pnrtir
SlCUMl ipoMlbl* 4i.
. ; -i ... ..I. UB n pm. QfMni
Voder E1JD0 AT RlKTvLEY rfCW
RD atM.i.1 1'. Ai re Going lot
about p*i (' Mi- but not With
SHADFS loi
I '
I MM
.where. Any-
: IHUGIITON. r**av
idi' AIimmi New Coearrate
.i.nilrnit Deaign Bun-

SAVY 1.AI1-
.
la-alow _n Mori.
ICE WATER CANS
". filled with at
A.. > |
I.. L'aofui m Ihe Hi
\('ll IIAIIIIISliN
ITtlHE. iit,-,i st
r..lk.|. iapa-
drip Tap. Mo
mid be without
r ONLY aia M
IIAHOU'AKC
1 will Mil al my MART, Victoria St<
BB TUEBDAY lllh. Irom II noon, a
,.| Satky Matctwa. ftotil I*athar. So
Itu^k 1'lane-. Drawing pin*. lru" *
tsaaffkBPalM F"*" and Lquad. OB
frclanl. wBh D D.T Door Chime. B
,1-1 .mall. Body Dotting Pwwd'rt
""" "'-.SSicK-.
AuvUonrrr
i. 1 -'____________________
IKIMI.M
l.l.lll-ll <-
M a BON a true lBa Mart
s CYrTn<~A 1th April. __
-mum; to tbunIdad and ccbai ^i
M n MIJUaTLLSA
MV MOffDCA will ..firpt
Cnrso and Paaaarigsra for Dorn-
HIU.B. Anllsva. Mootarrrat N .
..d St KUt- S.I!:
MarftiU Street.
rnximatrly lOSpS
,d This building
for rarrvang *m
.da that you may r-qtor*.
HUB f*et of 1
....
,, ,.-... . BV BJBBtl
of land with one largo ana ana
ill bunBtogji thwraon.
.bu.k BUaaL BBWOai-
:< for making Uilo a
MSN ' building -aroho
M V CLARA w
Cnrso and Paaaanrr. for naam.
Bahama* Data of departure to
be notified
B.W I SCHOONER OWNERS'
ASBOCtATlON 11NCM
464T
O Ctimpnaini Thro* auinuin*. i
^ li.nlng and Living BoMB. Kitvnrn. J
O Toilet and Bath, itandlni k"
t LMinalin l 1. 1IOM aquar* f**t
I BBBSBB -i Blta. WiBt..
9 rABAOON
JU ii' rVnr Redruoni*. Dtn-
V put r>d Uvlng Room. Pantry.
S .. and a v-ry nicr Sludv
S Stohding on T'a aero, of land.
I & Blluate near Srawcll Airport
l-
light,
<..( .i
eU. aMo Ire*
>. Knowlada* of
ivaating will dl-
Canadian ^ational Steamships
e-aoiuibl' I
l-NUALOB
rm it..Ki ...
o u.L.r feet, of laaad
.i*w inchadang Gold
. Hrdrooma. Drawing
Hixim. Kitchen.
Garaftr. Brrvania
Bath and Tollrt, and
-.. foi Laundrr or
MISCELLANEOUS
REALTORS Limited
STAMPS -W* want to Buy lUmpa
Collrctloni and oddn*ni, to ,.n,- amoui *
tor .pot ch At the Carlbtorun f*t,.ir
Bociolj. am Boor No IB Bwi
a 3 aaen
EDUCATIONAL
MABSISON IUU1I.I INIBANII
eXAMlNATIOM IBM
The Examination will t ike plate dun
.'u|y All appli.^nU muat enter
waiung IUI form, obtained from
H. .omaai.r. Office Tho-e mutt b*
t.inrd coniplatod bafora Ut* IUI M
No applHatkui for a provtoua >rr
' iint valid, but a new fi
. .it Ba torn pi* tea [ _
hi m-1-eptcd who la under B yeni
i. ..nth. on lt>a lal Saptombar.
1
I Vltll't allONIIABl
SPRY !*(
1>. Uve Hrhool C.rtiflcte
the Camhrldse VnlvrrUS.' held
ii-rmbrr IMI. rarttnlwl
(he r.hi. *n. p..|.n. of ihi
HAZEL T UKOME
OAltlNE G HOLDEH
"1LMA E Mrni-m
|:N1D E SHOHEY
JAMES KIHTON
vi. i.icia
BEACH BUNGALOWS FOR SALE
TWELVE attractive wooden bungaiows, with about one acre of
land each, on the Vlgie Peninsula. St. Lucia, in close proximity to
Vigil- Airport and bathing beach (11 miles from Castries) are being
offered for aale in situ at reasonable prices ranging from $5,000 lo
$7,000 (B W l , fully furnished or unfurnished. Electricity and water
are laid on.
S. A substantial former Military brick building in the
locality ia also being offered for sale at a price of tM.OOO (B.W.I.).
1. No reasonable offers will be irrfuaaa.
4. Inquiries and applications should ba made to the Govarn-
mant Agent for the Sale of Vlgie P.-iunsula, Offlce of the (Ctmmli-
ioner for Furconatruction, Castries. St Lucia. B.W.I )
2Hh February 1B52
3 51.4n
tnaall .hipmenl
aSna vein.,,
CBN .-i i' al K.
fanowroom. Low
H EFTt IG I.H A TORN
IBroad 1
mtpleto with
T. ..[.li..: I
;hl Cluh
I | BJ i .i
OILTh* w rid" fin rat motor oil
Vcedol. at all leading Oararrt aid S*rvlc*
BUHona Your v.hlra de*rvaa lh* boat
VEBDOL 'Found wMmrr fin* cat*
trawl" IT I SJ Hi.
SIIAHK'KIN in Whrta,
Oualitr onl* ai 4' p >d
tea I an TtlANYS Pr W
It, .

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I" Th* Bu. Co,
. Premi.i
n Ideal for
; Cndfr 11300
Lnrsr 3-SMnwy Bum
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ii Ml-
BON ST : Bedroom Heeadaoca.
Ci.nvriitoncca Good Condition
itoi it .VSM aq. II Going Baton
. t Me lor Alrnoat
I -l-.l* 'If I
i ill at "OU'
U ..l.ngp
TORNADO-InternaUonal K 41
ful eondltton. aacrllaaM *quipment. a>t
eariiil nwM. Coat 1*00 00 now BaOOBO
Ko off**. Wa-ki Tatrpht
UNDER THE SILVER
HAMMEE
.).. TVEBDAY lllh bv ord.
I' Hlnda are 01 Mi -t U Hep..
Welchea Road Uar Fumiitire which in-
itidea V*>T Nice Murri- suite. J Ro,-*.v
and Batter tpr 1. with Spring Otahiona
Vttrolile Top Table. Otn.mroi Table.
M,,r OBM iai TOP'- UBfta-l Chair.
11 in Mahogany Bug., ^^i'";^0"-
olrum; Miirphy *dio .IBM Modrii
Win laodatrada wllh Sin^mon > spting*
ml Cotton ruwd Mnltraaar*. Van it >
Tabto WtlA irlplal Mlirora all m ntenOi
nTmman. dhie Brdalrad aprm-
Itod, Iron Pohali
H.,1 Ptna Prraa K ; '
Tanhr and Chalf.. lawder. a Banwr
Falkv OH fftoa* .prrSeetl) Sood' "
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BPanTS '*
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Hi- *NK1K TROTMAN
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i WHAT THEY SAY! \
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HI M.T OKT .->
(VH tfT
(TSBBAZZO) M Mini E CHIPS
KBONITK niVIUING STRIPS
And
CEMENT in Mull. Red. and Whitr
HERBERT
Magazine Lnne.
NORTHERN TRUCK OWNERS'
ASSOCIATION
FREIGHTS OF CANES
Cost
ita liiil (J) ar.-.. to Sprini! Hall.........S2.00
il K.uiTu'lrJ Flal $2.00
niu ('hickfMsPieCoriBri (1) grcii to Spring Hall $200
FairfteW riat ............................................ $2 00
om South Land ft Chnkcii (2) tfta to Sprlnfthnll.
K.ntfiH.I
MiMi's fc Shcrnuin's to Sprmghall,
. ! loo Hall to Springhalt, Faittield. .
Front Speinlitsiown to Springhalt. FairfYeld..
From Crab Hill to Haymans, Porters.........
From Checker to Haymans $2.16. Porters...
From Ashton. Mile ti Quarter to Haymans......... 2.00
auad Sprnij; Hall ............................................... 2.40
From French.. Indian Ground to Haymans..... 2.00
and Porters........................................................ 2.4,0
lloscobel. Gavs, Mount. Small Hope
to Haymans $240 SprinKhall $2.40. Fairlield 2.40
Rou Kail, Scotland to Haymans & Porters 2.16
From SfK*infl Head to HayiTuihs & Porters............ 2.16
From Sion Hill to Havmans ft Porters................. 2.00


H.INDAV, MAHCrl , 1*52
-I Mi\\ WIVOCVTE
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IIMIHII I'liHIII
CHURCH SERVICES
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(Photograph courtesy of Pocir
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The Wonders Of Electric Power
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illustrated catalogue
of 80 pages of
first fluality
merchandise.
COTHIMG '
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HOUSfHWO 00O0S.
LINEN. CUTIEKV.
CH.4A 1 GIASS.
KITCHEN UTENSIIS.
Oil tURHINO (
EaauctiMfiuNOS
FMiCY COODS CMIIRAS
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1 (H III \\ II NNINC.S .mil
JOHN WESLEY NUHLE
From COI.LIFR S
MUM, lp;icliin(t children to fly company
Kites safely, advising fanners women ;.t
when to plant their crops, and Ing house
even tieLpUlK to cmHIvct babies, feruif fro
I i-elatiunship between and givci
the wast- the employees and the customers to person
uikmen have carried Battre than
I childM-n fron burn' '."'- 1 wv-r shutdown In U yean.
revived p> The aovernmeni of the United
.il*o produces elcctrn
treatment > ad by tin
-_ ..... injured In tcUk Gas and Electric Com-
lie Pacific i-, strong. Not long ago. for In- or otherwise ill.
Kle-'Tn Company stance, a maintenance crew pre- . 1: Uta company.
Ita 2,280.000 customers paring to shut down the power Every rmubUU vt I Ida cantat << dMW U co- pel lUon m other
natworic of gas and dec- en a main line to make repain medical kits for such emcrg. unoni the principal users
,ei which would circle the saw a man frantically waving There also is speeinl kiuil i- tne **
-ilmost three times. In his arms at them He persuaded to revive persons who^e breath- !>* <-**"- laed the United [
company recently the crewmen to delay their work UU| has slopped ., in n-n ',
pipe line carrying t,nr howmg them a home-made case of apparent dronmUag or prunes, apri.ots, yvalnuts.
ted
craft
In
line carrying aher iboe/ing them ;i home-made__
11 1 from the states of uuuhatur, healed with six small (.l*,-tti< ;.l shock. TJ rtlchoki
Vxas and New Mexico. 1.600 electric liahU. which he had con- duty of the -n peas,
lira away. structe other statistics to his wife gave birth to a prema- vice fun. th.mnK. Storms floodi hd other
indicate the prodigious' size of lure baby. and (orest re occur frequertl Electr.
us priVateii-owneu enterprise. On another occasion a moun- jn a terrain which nuigcs tl nai uclded suo-
but the. story of Puclllc Gas and lain rancher taking his sheep (mow-capped pi'aks t.> deaerl
Kleeu-ie is the story of the pee- down 0 srope before a gathering |uw ^Vll lay**. During these ElectTK powei has man) IBM
pie who work for il and the storm found a bridge washed out. n]iuirai disaster-., gas nmj wnU-r
jorvice ihey give. Four thousand With six feet of water In the Jfnw burst, power transmission UllhU foi drrUU and UnprovtOg
company ..ulomobiles and tnicks fast-rushing stream, there was line* fall under the weight of flee, fan Mowers for drying hay
tuii througn towns and valleys or no way for Hie "heep to cross. mow and lcet and fU^t (oerati la OM barn. ItatH saving the hlgh-
Inio the California mountain The rancher explained this to lo(t *Mldarncaa day and night Com- the workers at a powerhouse who ,r| oor of tne won(l mow riorrn, :, dergrouod aaat-
pany helhopters and Other air- quickly closed the gates of a dam on n>oor,|( y^p COmpnny sent Utf coils which .-pead th.' growth
patml the electric llnea and stopped the iurblne genera- l(MI0 mpn (nU> Bn nva w|...
If while small ships ton In a short time the water mqn |hail |00 brPak3 in ,he h. |gra<
K 111 th.- rivers and bay*. The drained out of the stream and ,, d orrurml] Snowtho.
tag* The rancher herded hi- ahe.-p
telephone mMm. MM the dry bed Meanwhile v, ,,. .,, ,,, .
_ disaster crews, lre-figliiing. there was no Int^P>" "J |
,Qd medical flrst-aid units al- electric service to thousands of i,
ndElccmc may be found uthe snlacular way the "" remained steady because
rr.r^ePTh.n!Pa^ suhititn-. power source. ,
^\ of ta '^nTv.
?SSK w ; aa^ea woman III. took over her market- ' pWaogwut rattle nakes. build- a I
J^i! lit rSiiile ^F?T9mfi ". ^r a week. Another whOBB Ini '' ' '"i, f"1
it has 128 private'lakes '*""*? tlll wa, , kD ..m,.r uDm , various birds i Pectrlc
f eaaualB. asrul g"^^ 4<0^f 12^ in aT^i^^ rii^HititailA trnaplantl.. San to >- ta ITSbB workers
horsepower in iu electric lines, f^,,,,,1",^ ^"bab,e, wh"-n i a svice I mmunitle.
The 17000 employees of the doctors were unable !o reach the l*r-ome a routine p.irt of the >ry job
cranoonv perform such services mothers in time. There have main! ' Ul1" ""'>-
as hatpins; > hnueewua to bake a been numerous instances where l ; "
-Francisco, with a pop [I I.M'TRlt iTYl
arc ready, and lliey have customers, because another pow- .
record of saving a life every erhouse 200 miles a*ay had taken dropped from an aim
day. _Eng.neers tnraP*Mc Om up the increased toed. y#| .{ lo thousa,lu:s 0. i
Rub that Si iff new. Out of
Your I mills with
JHAI.I
III Al I Vt. OIL
It piiietrutes quickly to
soothe and stimulate .
your tired icliin. mus-
aja
MAGI : The Athlete's
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Dial 2072 & 4502
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i he follow Ing :-
PAINTSfrom il,. 1,,-si Mjumlcetiireii
KALVAN1SKII COKRI'tlATKI) SIIKE1S 2t fauge
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PA(.i UN
SUNDAY ADVOCATE
SUNDAY, MXRfll *. Ill*
34 ACRES Butler Held Liable For
OF CANES
BURNT
\ I IRl
I
.
I

at Locust
si. Ot-oiK*-. burnt
dot) noics oi thud crop i .
-red.
mOM MNHRB >: WWM
I, reported lo the

the *am(- :iddn
man who took away her
Unj .' I left!
A FIRE which occurred at the
houM of Jo'ephlne Eu*larh nt
San Domingo Alley. Kins William
'v. damaged matlrei*
10 The fire wan put out b."
I ind irighbour"
Misused Party Funds
I r-iMi (tin Own I orrt-spondent
PORT-OF-SPAIN. March 8,
I Hot) Tui>al Uriah Buzz Butler, who Ix-iamc known
throughout the Weal Endlt 1881
the labour unrest in Trill
liable" by Mr. Ifliael Lotkhart the Auditor, (*>r almost
$15,000 of the funds ol th.
U d M;i''f>:iycrs'Tradp Union, ol which he
aanaral
Eczema Itch
Killed in ) Mir les
'.**
CT
~mfiffflff
"*ll IT THI HONKS Of IUCCAU B0C*
Nixodcrm
I /nkhart'. report, aub- w-, . .
mltted to afa*. No*! P. Bower. h\||o>|OIl VlM-unl
if Trnde Urn..:
Ship: I,n-in.
tosed that during 1049 and 195*
$0,100.20 of workS
to the union but
only 04.964.24 wa- entered in the
1 -. '..
"Srandalmiv' '''' ' "* there
... .., """'"?.,, h*.?-a*2zr%"5^
1 n he lire- ei I- u,.JS,n 7?^.. ...t
......Ho Auditor-, rep,,* ..,',., ".....'"" "' ">
Dutllltgt'd
HEALTHY
iViiVlauiV.' Stile morTtharV I.'- f^gS. OJ&S-I*-&P.JV
Mi o. dem.ued Mr union lU-'T '*' north "g f0*1?-
.horklnl, 'g^? W '" rrt.Uo*lp .o
- lire was extinguished but
Certificates
For S. Patricks
i I 01 Paine*. school
Md Ih tal-
tMbalM (mm < I
<)-ami
A. It UN KIT K
FIXMENTAKY GHADg. I
I .v1mni. C
C M M.:r I : g. 1
I' CljuTflB, B IlllttU v
I. King, H OTar-
ri-n j Braa* t Bum.
M Otllflll. I> ll.pl.lrr. P I
..rani
iNTEHMrniAU (,KAi>r. rim <:-
Fadmer.
I IV,,. I Kn.ir I Rmnk.
ADVANCED GHADK.
id O Piferim.
FM.I.I-H l.AVI.I li.l
liHOMAH. (illADE.
OMIgCatM- Y rarlmorv. c ... 0
Hot #1). u Maara. K Drayton J
Rrooht. I. King. T O. I
M SHertr, J Nut*. A ml.-v.. M
anmih, M k-i h ouif.ii, i
l>. Klna P.. Hunt*.
riaikr A (irimr. E Thornc O
account* as being
icandaloua Mate
declared that the workers' hard
earned money had been oquan-
dercd and mismanaged in "this
. ..nil.il..us fgghiOB.1'
thll week the secretary
of the union. 401101 all;
i n." wrote
Mr Boweii la audit i'n the ground that the
audit of Mr. Lockhari was wrong.
OovccnaMnt i- n
studying what i
l II gr I
gall* using unlif
com-

This eived
liiiough i. blcanun II ..1 tho
Harboui
day.
OBTAINABLE (R0H All LEADING SIORIS LOCAL AGCIITS; J.W.POTTEI1
mRDE BY VERD I EVERIIT LTD BTHEHSTUnt. trtLLflnO
"Sitnavis" Brings
\ mi mo n i. 1. Cur*
rilK S S Suoavki
irhsle llay yealerda;
1 Aot-
rut
Letters
Of.
IVTEIIMUHMi ORAOI
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Clark". T. Hum, I' Jhn.r.i.. p A.n.
by. L Kin*. II n.,,,1, M (inmm,
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WHfel I Km. J
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eatas*
BliMgNTARV GRADE,
n ''""... K ::,i.i.u, t !-.
becaua of the trcmendr.ii* ,., lh_, mm." ,sui7 ', ,
.ncreate In Initial ,"' ," i ? n, ,
Of 4o vthkla "V fi'n"r< 'ncluded 1100 l..m
m. 1940. intend- in- _* ^nunoiila consigned to
ln| allowance paid to civil Mwr D* Coata Co 1. I
maatbtri of the Lcgis- t*'*nty-lwo motor car-
unetl ..nri mganbtn of Skippered by Capt. Storey
S.S. Soiutvla expecu to laavt
r^Minca'i Trinidad and Ilrltlah CuUitui
Plnanca Committee to npprnvr a Wednesday.
supplementary vote <>f 0201 IR8
ll estimated lo bo luflicient ----------------------
to meet the cost of travelling at fl _.
tl.. .. 11 hcli.'vcd here that a meteor
struck some uninhnbited section
of Trinidad last Monday night
about 10 o'clock, causing two
eertft tvarnon whtrh were felt in
varying intensity in many part*
i Um I-l.-ind.
An nulhortty on astronomy
alad i"i Wednesday that what
startled Todd's Road resident
dgecrlbad as "a comet-like tall
attached t the moon" was moat
meteor's tail.
In Woodbrook. middlc-cin**
rosldential suburb of Port -m ii' nine Intrnn experienced
v>'ii JlaM tremors while from the
potfe St Cliiir r.-.ldentlal diatrict,
icsidenta reported hearing "two
sharp bangs." Reports from rural
;.rei.. were of one slight tremor
qutekly followed by a strong one.
I'ANMUNJOM. March 8
muni^l Security Officers
|av i rnti'd Nations rcprcsenta-
Batunla} Ijtfi letters
from Allied war prisoners
theft famHtai lit:
Hoi
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I Tlinin*.
narka. r Hunt. i r
J I Ki.. It
Brooka. J D.itkr. u Ki... I Ruddar,
X orant. P <.>..;.-ilr. S Amln.,, J
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A*eond Cla*> (ViiilWaic. O Onwil.

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ELBMENTARY GHAOB. iri ia
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A A.nby. J Philip.. U >-*
ADVAMCBO M Philip.. A Aanhv. W Stain, D
BaalM
ryi-tnaniM.
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Wakk
i DIAT1 oaADB. rim Clu
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Realm. I' OrSialBSJl, Y
Aaaajr,
IIIII.K Kl I MM.
EIKUKNTAIIY (,ll>lil ..------1 <[*...
P Graanldsr. A A.hh>. I
Drink SellingA
< .'mil Crop Iiulibslry
AatONQ Uie people who are
man.iu> dunni taa
0 drink sellers. With the

l IBOntMlti I'm- and olhei
drinkt gn l.....[ void three ami
four cents a pint now and atllari
f than ajgi p iinip-ii
riMTe reaping la
^olng on and are getting good
nttti i b04 ii.'V, ttw
, i:n- oul ot the Held
tired and thirsty and these drink
sellers arc always sold out at the
tad of tho Mere On It ghoffl v, r M .1 .1
'.....f the
Palace and Spa Holds. In Bux-
ton. England. ';ti 'I. Invjet in .10- hoaal
enterprise In Trinldn.t "if M
tlHMight the Government was
willing to do nil It could."
N'o hotel business in Trlnldnd.
I . djOl I--K -1. i.mld r>> v, r. .| 11_' if
properly designed nnd handleil
Trinidad which hns been li.-.:'.
great opportimitien to i ..i
needett dollars through tourism.
Itocnuse "f its hotel shortage, in
suite of Government's introduc-
tion many years ago of Hotel Aid
letflsl.itinn. 10011111 have in Mr
Hewlett's opinion, as good hotels
.. anvwherr cle.
Mr Hewlett found that Trini-
all the loveliest attrac-
ti nd with the advance In modem
transportation there wns scope
here for the loveliest hotel'- ever
'' igaed
A plan to spend 063OB.'>O on
l.md vettleinenl in Trfnltlad and
Tolwijo has been drawn up by
Vie Government.
It Is proposed under It. to
devaaan 3.071 acres. 2 941 acres
if which are Crown Lands. In
four of the new settlement* It
it planned to establish v.-trial
farms" on which clonnl cocoa and
budded citrus will be pl.mtol.
Livestock will al*o be kept on the
firms which will provide pnrt-
ployment for selihis
Oovernment cannot at present
root the whole hill and, with the
gnproval of the legislative Coun-
cil's Finance Committee. It will
h f.n a Colonial Development
ind Welfare grant of 0fiOO.oOO out
of the Cotonyi 04,800.000 allocs-
Devi-inpment and
'' vt to assist in meeting
t Of the project
\.NV.CA. Activities
IHJ following u (be programme
ol the activities of the Y.W.C.A..
which will take place for tin*
moil Ui.
Sunday Devotional Service to
be held at the Y.W.C.A, at 3 00
pin.
MnmUy: Necdlecraft for Club
Leaders at 4.30 p.n. Tcaihei Mr
T J. Vaughan.
N.B.Open to leaders from va-
rious girls groups in the island.
TuvsiUy: Needlevrati Class at
4.30 p.m. Teacher: Miss S Year-
wood.
N.B.Open to inembet i tin-
VW.C.A.
Hedneaday: Elementary Cool-
ing Class. Teacher: Mrs. H.
QrfflUh.
Assessorles Claa
C. P. Stoute.
Ttiunteay: Games Night.
Friday: Debate at B.00
The subject Is: "That a i
pi'co is in the Home."
Saturday: Netbull pra<
t-> held at St. Michaels Oui-'
School at S .00 p.m
fiiticura
V/ SOAP .<
, yyAtdH
; REPAIR
Men Made Younger
By Treating .Gland
' tllng up nlghu. burning aanaa
in of orRai.a. wtltlmh dlarbknir
nil a-ha nt baa* of aplna. (rain mo
l-tlna, narrouanaaa, wannn>--
> . illaaaa* of (ha Pmatnta Otai.it
.. most Important aax slaad In
mea). To ovaroaana Inaaa tpanbl"
III 14 hours nnd Qtilcklr rratoea *!
nr nnd banJIk. (naa tha naw aalan-
iiflo Slnrorarr railed Rof*na. No
mnttar bow long uu nava ufTnra-1
ffoaana la urnntaad lo nat yon
-int- rvlnTlfurnia rour Proa I At*
.nnd nnd mnfca |nu (aal 10 li. V
'i> yeunsar or monar ba- <:
Rogann from your rhaialaL Tlia
- irmflt* protfcta you.
m
GUARANTEED
SERVICE
Remember any Watch and
>n) Clock Repairs will be deliv-
X"1 Beed within a week with a
guaranteed note.
At J. BALDINI 4 CO..
Oince at Lashley's Ltd.
f *.....i " "
WtrEN YOU ATTaND
*T*? ANNUAL DANCE
Teach
Wurderer tixveuted
From Oiu Own I .nirapondrnl
ANTIGUA. M irch
Thirty-seven-year old atontser-
ntt-boni Thomas Dowdye was
aaeeiltad thll morning 48 days
afte* condemnation to death for
mui tiering his paramour Hen-
itetta Kdwards at Crosby's Estate
Yesterday man called Jelllcoc
who considers himself the Island's
Official Executioner questioned
the f> fee. He says the cost of
living; has gone up and *ie should
be paid more for the job.
6 Dl In Crash
IIUKNOS AMIES. March 8,
Si killl.nd 15 injured waa the
liaclr outromo of a craab at dawn
Ihl. mm nlnk* between a bu. and a
I. rry on th<- crowded hlitliwjv
tnklnjt Iluenos Atres with Mar
IVI Plata sasulc resort.
11-
WEATHER REPORT
They'll Do Ir Every Time
By Jimmy Hatlo
w.v.v.'A'/.'.wv.v.'/V.v.v.v.'//.**'.'.;
Merchants are Amazed !
Customers are reaping
the Harveit
oj this
SALE
People nrr- ...viii.; : "Never have Ihey seen
r.iHHls sold so cheap."
THIS WEEK
>IOItl JJ.00 A PAIR
SHOES
IIM.IS per yd_____________Id.
SJI.K DKKSS MATER1AUS: per y*........7Sc. & 8
WW SEE OCR SHOW WINDOW I
a
The Model Store
nun Mi & Tl'DOR STREETS
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Such lovely
Texture in
these linens
- S
sHI I I SETS. : Sheei> 72" 108" :ind
: rakm Cm 20" x 30"
Colours ol Pink, Blue & (km, IVr Scl 132.50
REXWEAR SHEETS. Sbs 72" 90". liach 7.77
63" X 90". Each........ 7.03
80" X 100". Each..... 7.86
Rl XWI AR PILLOW CASES 20"
COTTON PILLOW CASES 20" .
Will II TURKISH TOWELS 27"
24"
HEMSTITCHED WHITE LOU N
HUCKABACK TOWELS IX"
HI MSI I It TIED WHIM COriON
HUCKABACK TOWELS IX"
M" /s
< 30". Each
30". Each...
54" Back
40". Each
' Each
22". Each....
I.U2
1.72
2.87
1 55
1.11
1.02
CAVE SHEPHERD & CO. LID.
10, 11 12 & 13 BROAD STREET
YESTERDAY
Rainfall from Oodrtagtou
Total rainfall for month
date: 3A in
Trlll..,-i .li.- .... :. r
iMinluium)
Wind Velocity b mil- pr
hour
Barometer (0 ami 29 91
(11 a.m.) 80 032
TO-DAY
Slums'. 6.19 a.m.
Sim-.-! 6.11 riu
Moon; rin-t Quarter. March
Light nig 6.30 j' m
High Tide -M .in. 3.27 p.
Low Tlda: 0.4A m 9.13 p.
FOR YOUR PARTIES!
( "I K Mil : m- niii FINE Kl '.] | bottle
MM.III. \Mi wi I I \ GRAND 15 WHISKYper bottle
HIGHLAND nllis WHI.SKYper bottle
I.ITII.IMOOH MOllll \V1IISK\ per bottle
MAKTKLL BRANDY Qrt*. per bottle
MARTLLL BRANDY pi. beta, and flasksper bet.
MAKTKLL BRANDY "Cordon Bleu'per bottle
MARTELL BKANDY "t or don Argent"per bottle
MARTELL BRANDY 'Extra"per bottle
FINDLATERS DRY FLY HHERR1 per botUe
FINDLAI1KS W1NTT:K.S TALE SIIHtKYper bottle
HARVEY'S BRISTOL CREAM SHERRYper bottle
L'ABBF FRANCOIS CHERRY BRANDY
IB Di-ii i Ware Jug*
I Mini t'RANCOIS APRICOT BRANDY
in Delft Ware Jagi
L'ABBE FRANCOIS CIRACAO Estra Dry* battle
LABRE r It AN COD* KCMMEL \ bottle
CHERRY HI I ItlNf.--<|rl. bottle
CHERRY HEERING-half bottle
nn XMlti ii ... botUe
COINTREAIlarge bottle
COINTREAtMedium bottle
PERLSTE1VS BEER per botUr
PFRLHTEINS BEERper eartoo ..........

s/ivs/uf* srorr a co. ltd.
Broad Street and Greyitone. Hastings
Pot an Island so smati, Barbadus has divan
holiday pleasures thiit appeal equally tn participant
and snictatnr
C. B. KICK A lit
of Kolton I.iinr
r -A. carafully
lock of line im-
ported Men\ Furnixh-
iitK* to meet the needs
>f the moment.
Kxclusive
hrcsswear
Iron) England.
' 'ina!
Sportawaar, Pop-
lin. Linens. Silks,
Travel Rurs and
Textiles as
smooth as velvet
make the House
of RICE a pleas-
urable place to
visitand one lo
return to many
ttmee!
C. B. IE..,
EN ISA OlSTOMCR
iOT A CUSTCMCR?
Thank AMD A TIP OF
TUB KATU? HAT ID
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WHEN TAILORING IS THE SUBJECT OF CONVERSATION
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ARE THE
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LADIES' & GENTS' OUTFITTERS
TROPICAL SUITINGS. LINENS. FANCY TWEEDS.
SHIRTS Etc.
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f Ball... I .mm-
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HAT I'R.IVIDP ItEUABU PROTTCTII.V FO
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AND HIGH-CLASS DECORATION FOR
^g^^P^a^H INTERIORS
I We have received New Slocks ol...
T SPFXIAL HOUSE FAINTS
^V Grey. Dark Grey. Oak Brown,
yfl AT Barbado. Light and Dark Stone
^fiajgf W I N \MI I I IMslI PAINTS
. JJJjJprN Cream. Tulip Green, White.
P^'m^n MATINTO FLAT PAINTS
|R^ Cream A Green.
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BrlUM Red, Grey, Mid. Green.
HARD GLOSS PERMANENT GREEN
with Grey underroatlni.
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for the easy removal of old paint.
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SUNDAY MABCN I, IH1
M SDU \ii\ik Ml
I- \<-l ELEVEN
Nice to be
in his
Salvation In The West Indies
Through Federation

He's got real
fiugcjet Brilliance!
NUGGET
SHOE POLISH
STOMACH PAINS
DUE TO
INDIGESTION
li you suffer fro-
STOMACH PAINS
due io InJiionon or
MAI I BAN BRAND
TOMACH 1'UWDER
I i >::. i I'jiii
    on txt quiddy relieved
    1M kirnuflcall*
    h*lsncc VlUptOK lit trail*
    assessa) has*
    I Irartbura. I latukotc.
    Nautwa tod .Vjd.it
    * m InJlfWnc*.
    Maclean
    RAND
    stomach mmtm
    MEYBR8
    Barb id OS
    Hrilifth W1
    trie


    mmi he-
    -citing these ecattCT*d lenitciic
    Kind ol tcgion.it
    orfanlsat
    In dee-!
    aagert in a despeiatc race .igun-'
    '.t compelling need l
    to increase their production 0*
    wealth Hut m present circum
    doubtful ii
    .iti'- <( them ran do this quickh
    nough tO provide reasonable
    bVMU -tanciarols foi a population
    eaten* to double itself
    within 30 year* or so. For some
    of the -smaller i>Und i* -;uiV
    tsapti Mi
    CarihlteMti Problems
    Federation, it is t-ue. offers im
    immediate 01 cert.cn cure foe the
    social lib ami economic difneul-
    .-tiers the best and, in '. ;"
    II run. perhaps the
    hope of .ichieving viabiltt
    ll\ IlkltWItl) ItKAiNK. M.I'
    the region a* a whole
    So (ai the declared aim ol
    British policy in the Weal Indu*
    has !>een to entourage belf-gov-
    ernment and if thin ran be donr
    within .1 Federation so much th.
    The SerMary of Mate fi.i il.r
    t alnnte* aiinn'incert th ll hr
    Q*i
    -inmrnl- lo --oil i ni'-niLi
    live* to I onrlnn ihK uinmn
    to diMuv. IVarrjiion. In
    thh jriii l.- reprodurrd from
    the 1M| 1.1.......- Mr
    Rrainr. Mho recent It tlsilr.l
    the Caribbean aim) Ulkrd
    over the question Ith mint
    leading pcrMinalltico on the
    got. loiilnirs the implH .ii.inv
    I the suggested roaferenre
    thy prospect* Is progress towai.
    it so alow?
    Five yuan have elapsed sou
    ;i gathering of West I no
    representative* at the MonteK
    Ba Ciiference set up the Stun,
    ing Closer Association Commttt<
    to work out a federal solution.
    It was not until March. 195
    that this body published its pi
    posal* for a British Caribbea
    m embracing not odJ
    id colonies hot the .
    mainland Ga
    I
    .
    .... .
    tic i.ntil
    a< t-een achieved.
    v
    I
    sent

    -
    These proposals enTntauaajJ
    constitution resembling that
    Australia in that thr Fed. i
    Government u i d
    specific and limited authority,
    sss wr,r".','^Th,u, i*"*-! ,-~-*
    . the unupipmi'iil. f thn i,ni.
    the Governments of lb*
    mting tcntoTii- I
    I
    <} Hi" Cow.....i * I
    TIN ykaks' \ll
    81 taao>
    d thai for a period ouM be (OUowod
    of Federation has not beei
    i ptojurike 'he develop -
    - -.v< -nnient in Mcrl
    individual ten itoi*
    Such .i p.'i c> hai lajnorud Um
    I that, with thr rapid
    ;l population few of thi
    niea ean look (br-
    Wart) with confidence to main-
    taining tlnanrinl independence than Committe.
    Scl(-oveinment which does not I1" "' t"1"' Wad the iegi
    Bnaneitl to- * continue to he depender
    dependence is a mockei v
    10 years the Itntish (inv.
    Wider LuJlllaW should make the Fc It ignore- Bhra the tad that the rinmeni U .ninu.il Irani aqulva
    ! -tlf-uovcrnmcn: 'ent to the average a*iistai'-
    Iduai now B'ven during k' th* poim where 1jI eedtnB FeMl
    ,:l. .. ntb All this wan sound " "
    ..onal handling of manlike. The n.\i |t*D
    common pffhaaWll "lf"' Pr"P'
    Pedtration now could dk> Wi
    dttatt an individual colony nor Uon Trial trm two yt
    doni the Since then the rsrOBoaa
    Colonial OfBe* could ever hope to been discussed by :ll the
    li% harnessing local loyaltwa lutures concerned, with
    the larger idea of regional eeption of those of British Hon-
    m it could provide fo; duras and of Barbaric. Win B
    Indian peoples focal th* have hewn accepted In
    point for their developing polltl- principle hy the House of Avsem-
    >>W 1'iit have v.-t t'

    yttelton h

    ...
    .
    lartascai iictween and has indicated whai .
    il'hoan colonies and ;l
    . of outlook which th, Race fsfaull Time
    Trinidad u 'hou- The fac, ,ha, B ,..
    l.atbn- p* hri,t w,n (ocu, attention or
    rth*i horn British Mori- lhf MUr of Federation, and in-
    mdon is from Mos- Mt%lty ltl.. lU mems
    Is hard!} urpriaing trim md demertta
    fttalon tikes ., long time But whatvei
    ''H*. stark truth icmainsthe West
    rh*n M diHereti- Indies have manv trim
    iurt even of rate, time II not one of them
    Ahich separate the colon> -
    I i ,i patrlottann arid
    to jealousies and feats
    Differing Outlmiks
    I Hi . ..here for
    nl Fedciatinn is le.iec'
    ed. the industrious East Indian
    population U irarli.l : b> IB]
    mped hj NVur.i immifrarrtf
    . ,(||.i t.tAtlHir M'.i\ \
    1 mtH'h vjgtie talk of 'a conti- Bantietl in liim-
    vague becausr Grenada, but andln ip with
    ... oosl] thinks '' di rul h Jld i *
    of CUttUf adrift from the British Mrs Janet Jaj
    0d of mnufTln Oouncilloi and 8*
    Latin Alt*
    ., i
    ...
    nn Jiigun Is
    ISol Uigry
    MLM
    She

    NO O * I TlltS
    iboui iela
    i .ii
    on into a l
    pportualta
    lor irrespon-tl'le to aSafl hmrti
    ful influc t
    tOafcM haVi
    public
    I in-.-.
    .
    m Of such services, agtd
    while this is bound to n >
    .idministraliv. costs
    region as a whole the burden will
    fall most haavllj on the richwi
    olonwi
    Wrlronird > Britain
    Such feai cannot t>e dlsmn <
    > one could should
    lhar* was more undd
    standiiiB oi Iba
    i "i the nice C) I mi.i.,it. ihe laid
    4 laSi pioblem. InUTI
    The pace cannot be mode in that ai

    'Irmldao hut \i.
    attttud* M

    (uiiiiui. and I en
    of the Ti inttlud .m.l On I

    Mi .i thai
    i.i.




    mi it U

    '.I- Qua
    . rohtbil >
    i nportanc* the legislative Council
    th* mainland territories ot or the i -
    Brluati Q Hniish Uon- d.,ussed the maliai all bavi
    9 be ppened up
    population in th.- wHIi the exception ol i
    islands, il new industries are io Guiana, where majoriu of lie
    ,11(1 Hi.-^liii.lii'. Legislative foitnell voted affai is
    I 'i ,ide poll- H-
    10 be improved, onfa I C'tntnins I'ninii
    Oovarnrnanl i-ommandmr. Since no lirm decision r
    Of the wh ltickle the lob Hid other ugupogall seeking t"
    trval hung the West indiaa mto < tc-
    With One Vnke association ** also hanging tin
    i woukl flow. Tht A "-l""1 racomn an I
    West Indies would cease to I- n iinu-rat.on m publl; services j t
    geograuhir.il expression. As a 'S-urd in August. I9*'l In I
    uW i rmiry. 1951. a Commh i
    No British Govern"..ml i
    sii io be accused of Ian
    form of government
    upon Colonial people Ol of 'h i :
    live U> then feelings.
    That Federation would l -1.
    : llhl. Ml
    'infiiiiis. than Col
    mi foot
    ILK.
    Over
    \n\iniis
    d ut Commonwealth
    Speaking with a
    smcle voice ihe- would carry
    right at mt<' t.dkv
    OtOROrroWN, March I
    * Oflloa tr* >
    . tee British .mm n i '
    )"! mis .uui I....,!. dcela .'.*
    nTonrusn Ifayl* (Mi;
    prohlbltad would I
    tluii in.'
    inftted to land
    hilt the PaopB i
    P
    old pul
    rioul lha i 'olw
    trnl with ., M.
    I
    .
    Il '
    lii Tui.i
    i ......
    . .
    the prop
    Legtala-
    rum I...... ''.....lain
    ., d No ih. i
    for STUBBORN hang-on Bronchial
    COUGHS
    AND
    COLDS
    HIRE'S NOTHING
    CURES AS SWIFTLY
    AS
    CANADA'S LARGEST
    SELLING COUGH
    AND COLD REMEDY
    BUCKLEY'S
    MIXTURE
    ippotrrtcd by tho Colonial Sat I Sr*cr*lar) of Uu-Colon
    i.i' v th:. i noj It to Um *
    Into (hi Wn it hi
    fndief Cuttoma union nrporiad proi erfu ,< cooaidavod against
    Id help to favourably and rccon....... ftaral Col n-
    ract the capital so necessary lo C"J.'* "c"on. ,,,i pollc) and the general policy
    ipmanl So far nothing has been ,
    th*n, it may Im- asked, if " implement either repoi' l
    I such nqtewor- thai II not urpriatnfl Tl..
    miiltcrs which re Often Cheaoer Always" Faster
    YOUR
    will ni'WKiiappr if-
    Pn Confan

    W \\ it
    i . Eaatwond
    I
    depend
    depree
    for
    upon inrilfs. .
    foi their
    Shn
    Less Handling Lower Insurance
    Lighter Packing Increased Markets
    i not Ihe,
    . tor) i
    to thorn .
    coMtdaral \<
    Hll W,-1 lr
    argue, not unrc
    lid
    unification of publl
    the establishment ol < uttr m H
    (,. SOI <
    " i Insist that their
    I .....,. iirMeme together has been by
    laft ' Itinon..... rathai
    Ian. Mr. 1 col
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    . i aanaral iiuough..
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    II.VF.
    The Lives of Harry Lime
    SUNDAY ADVOCATE
    riu
    THkv-
    bul for i
    will ab "" hon<%i u bJ
    good things.
    if. 11. IMS,

    I wen* ,nd hunc
    arrlvi ,t morsel .
    I
    She i M
    I
    1
    even thougd
    H."
    great deal of n
    M '
    ; bas IBM enywheri
    k I on."
    'it Into a room
    with tUM'
    j'v1s,m| at a desk. 1 broke Hi
    silence.
    -The Honourable Jan
    1 believe. Thin morning when
    ft m East River broueih
    with It th. mn of aclmt r.-
    I I
    I might mn into you."
    " ontrotliid tils anger. Ii
    much has Moral, told you*" lit
    I tow rd the girl "M
    KOnh P-
    IM baCKfcT than 1 ki
    Mv dMpM sympath, 111
    r--vf>n." T s.iid. 1 turned towari
    nMri
    .
    I
    i. h 11- v and Hi*' rah
    , .i Hwq
    The F'VeH Print-
    A* 1 managed to look bad
    id ley said: "Show hm
    pMtira Mot..h."
    rl dug into a brick- c
    V I .Ml ,i handful -it
    ; .
    1 them, then 1 looked at Mi
    thousand'
    paYdaa
    Cato snapped
    vith m. HiH

    * hen i
    ' wVll ic it in
    ar. |
    frte
    "I'll
    give you
    in" to com*
    And
    m\ grots tak
    the Slate
    OUON WE I.LEI
    * who brought Harr
    life on wcrcm and radio

    I caU It H.dlr, ,,. rtv.nfty
    Now ti*rc
    .VV
    "Juat which place do i
    Cato?"
    Hi- gunned. "Laltl.-
    i ban I found.
    Acre*.'"
    ntuig in hit ca. ..
    Trubis Cato Imt hi* tongue. Ami
    as I had na) tiller by tin Tail I
    ,, . ""
    :,. dawn wag
    i iv was a brofel
    unpaintod ihaek,

    - d OptB BUd a m.i'i
    it lie itld
    'IV
    i tar n -i
    .
    .-iie.i nan
    Luke
    We went inside. Luke poured 1ms eonw in
    " sonip * ? Cal "' "*'"
    N'nw, Hairy,
    still Marina; >' |"k
    refiillv To rl k th. I vitNM
    (Iny. rnor
    tmnitHt rak''t. dop.-
    its luat the i-
    : nodeVfl 'But I donl think
    In. parcantaaa, Cato.

    fly? Why vou--------1
    Unh you ran get away

    Sold Oft !
    ol H' I aM
    i in* young bath ante
    ^ wilh me at the Pl.t/ H-.t.-T
    s' II ilory. If I
    Inl to MOtart her. a complete
    Mr ..f vmir-ermiademeanoutni
    M t<> all State and fed-
    .f-.ncment offices. Your
    .itifui tintype* win rat -kanaatana
    in the hfaidlints alHil Tiubis
    Cato Public Enemy No.
    He looked muni
    "
    -OR
    ure the nega-
    i- btttot humour in
    I-ft me keep one se-
    1 You'll see then-
    ii.vti---. riant m)
    took n plane to Had ley's
    State Nnr.ih >.., wi*
    ladhr) when we i-nUi.it hi!
    I aaM: -We'll mrae
    ianl to the point. Governor, ..nd
    g possibility of your re-
    lt-.ir.il Mr Cato ha* Informed
    i it can ba < cartainty, provid-
    tgrot to his highiv lu-
    TBtive hii-iines* proposition '*
    "I r. H | proposi-
    ood that Mr Lme
    the deal witah me."
    HadkM
    I
    ' -illy.
    'Why. Oovarnorl I didn't thlo'i
    i aran ol raul"
    H
    ingly. "You si,.. Norah? Even
    Ihg niiiii in llMM
    lug pictures is me." ll-
    rieked up one of the prints
    "Herelook nt this one. You'l
    r~rognl-e a newcomer to the
    IhirtyTnibis t'ato n niti.
    lar, graftar' a
    . mi mine me "
    ' *nv lime. |.i. -
    ii flection QBcaJaj
    -ninth Ilnw mmv UnW
    ,ie to aabi
    ;,)*"
    -I I bad) decided t i
    On eagerl.
    "Cato's going to use them to rultl
    mi Me wants control of my
    Btatd. Either his crooked syndi-
    cate moves Inor he sends |ha
    plrturva to every newspaper m
    the St t,
    The
    '
    v\ii-o l*Maah sawnfea i"ii
    lo blaekmall he, t,n broln-
    r, Mhal is a derriil-mlnd'-il
    ftaai Ukr ltarr> l.ime going
    t do i hunt II? Vou're rign.
    ... he rtnnr lu the rrs. n<
    after making sure thai the
    r. .u. art pays unV But Nad
    m hat II irrv Inn. h in,-. II I,,.
    to ay In In-day exeltlnx
    rpUode from Ihr olory >*
    his live*
    I nlfl- "Ml j*et the nega(l\
    CM rtodkrj


    -
    la turn dfc d i train wreck
    ft*-ii p an ago."
    ' i.tilled the wrong
    body." I i
    i d
    in his
    lot ah'i
    . tOTtund --ye*. I -aid curtly. -I've
    ". Ijf>ught certain contracts for
    row ssgMatura, Oovarnor, Th*
    will allM Mi ('.to full-scale
    opcratb na in -
    M, O
    ii thg dettad line.
    Hadlaj Sold out
    i rat!*'
    I Inuicin d Han \ mn j
    Oovarntt And hara n
    Not al i hri i ir of the way!"
    sn. nw the gleam
    HI mv hiiiwl ami -ircanuil
    Stortlad and uajy, Cato b* kad
    away "A gun'" he said
    pi ,1 ei isaim n I
    ll->lii avaryanu. Cato." I or-
    dered, grinning "It's my tmmp'"
    "Oh. yeah""
    inu barkad alntoal to-
    ge*hai Norah serenmed 'Mar-
    ry'" A round hole appeared be-
    aai Cat ' irlng *
    he 'lumped la tl
    si NDAY M \K< II
    ViNTURB TO THC INTCftlOR By Lauren* van
    4m Pott Hogarth Press. 12s. 6oV 241 pages
    Van der Post
    keeps a date with
    a mountain

    -nw/,
    THOMSON
    by GEORGE MALCOLM
    VAN OER POST left London
    An port one May morning in \%A\i
    He had an assignation with a
    ountain in Central Af.ica. The
    mountain -oo into the tropical
    ky in the southern corner oi
    Nyaoaland. near the border of
    ortufuaae East Africa, its name
    ia Ulan;.
    AJthougJi it hod been parti,
    aplored. looked at by enthusiast!
    botanist* and Jcolonlal ofnclali
    ot much of practical Important
    ma known about it in Londor
    There was even reason U> suppose
    hat the story the mapa told abou'
    i siiouUi not be relied on to
    nuch.
    In a Whitehall office, aotnebody
    nought that Mlanle ought to b>
    aapected as a potential sourc* ot
    food .lui^ilies. Somebody eUa why poor Vance, the forester (klll-
    .hoiight of Van der Pool as th* Cd while climbing Mlunje
    nan for the job. It wag a chraYo wi|h V u dar Poat) anal his wile
    ith a areat deal to commond t wU* i0 Uvg n riaara in ih. The truth is that, by a specie*
    Vau der J\*t (aged 44) la a world but <>n the Kieat mountain "' raUglOua blarkm-'iil. he gougb'
    South African who was fa mm a In ke,-p the devout younx woaoan
    i England before the win VaawnVg daastfe -one falaa step (age I JO) In a state huh tox.k him to Abyssinia wr.h : bove a watarfallIs. In r sense. I rayerfully united with God and
    rV'iiigate to adventuroua sarvlce :he c'lmax of the b ok. For Van ubject to th > will of Evelyn (a*ed
    n the IX-scrt and finally to Java Post had a pr monition of it, 52).
    vhere (commanding guerriUa'i and hli conscience is haunted by ,.-_..
    I afterwards. P' blan-
    aassUM Margaret escaped him
    Vance was a servant of the l" many her lover. Another a*-
    ces that grow on Mlanje and ix'rtment in 'publimation" had
    owhero eUe in the world. They failed. There was nothing left for
    I e railed cedars but. In fact, are Evelyn to do but lo write a life
    (onifer* of an on lent kind, pro- ol tl* < ipj rat lanfl
    iding the only ant-resLsting wood Oi big effoiu to lostrict her to a
    in Africa. Their green la a unique >p>ritual love."
    . -. -.-.
    Bf sundry lonely Briton,
    ii whom the continent hat put
    *e sn-H. who glra tN-ir devotion
    In return.
    Fault* and all the Evening
    Standard Book of the Month Is
    B a Mn ng personalllv
    -t. It U a
    emarkabe- tra auOTa Ule. The
    talo of a travel.-: who w| go
    back
    # *........
    OTHBI NSW
    ROOKS
    JOIIV EVELYN AMD MRS
    '."l".l l-MIN ffly W. O.
    H. .... i. Marmlllan. Xaa
    ?-' pages.
    What a grange love affair Is
    rvaaied by Mr Hlacock'a re-
    ^arctll among the letten of
    John Kvrlin (famous diarist of
    < harles ir> timoi u> Margaret
    "lag*. *"
    Evelyn, long disliked for hU
    \ irtues. pretended to he delights I
    hen Margaret married a courtier
    amed Sidney Godolphin.
    ie walked into a Japanese ambush
    He Is Just the sort of adventurous
    ntelligent soldier and agriculturin
    hat Whitehall wanted for the
    nisMoii to Mlanje.
    An hiNuranie
    Had Icy said, like a ma
    Y.m've kill.-t hi
    IV.iple were hammei
    He is, as his book reveals, aonte-
    tung morea philosophical. In-
    Tiarpeclive man on whom place
    ital people make a deep Impre*- lif"'^, i rMaiNi
    don. He broods, speculates, the- -Their scent nlgbt and day ggaaiirt i.t>
    riaai He can be downright pre- f,)lod lhe a(r on the mountai'
    tentioua; has a touch of th,- Uod (t witn heavy, all-prcva- ant
    lanalic. like Lawnaaoe. m,e but delicloua scent of a lost
    w rid." Thrown on the Are, the Bgestroap
    wood "literally explode.1 g
    mtO flame, con-um-d Itself Joy-
    fully and gaily."
    Fire had been the rum of UsBM
    t their d'vth if men like Vance had
    not come to save them Van der
    P -st trans its *he I rn ding, pre-
    .'.in-i hci ,.f 'he trees
    nd the rel"' of th^ foresters
    v h-n he 'e Is th m that he ha*
    no intention of proposing the final
    ion of the cedars.
    Hut. from its first page, his book
    DOnvajea an altogether special ex- ff*
    itement and eagerness, a readi-
    ness to And more in the journey
    than another man might have
    'iindand to record it in sharper
    images. His mission was to him
    a psychological event as we'l -
    in expedition.
    Mill: I. I .
    N MbcmIIUo. l* ...I
    lcn. vigoroui. admirably
    virifiruti staas. an
    ban a rhar mrmblii
    li> '- .i. t UfMin
    (-n narcDavIv IS.. M5 Doom
    Ic ..( nit fabuloui !'<. - m

    MIRAf t.C AT i xi \ II I I
    and the rest of llMM
    to. For 15.000 dollars
    mbssal ,.i all chant".
    . gainst me In your State."
    Ad I -.
    I put
    ..i n pit
    , the
    lhe gun tinek under
    "i had to kill Cato to taka a*tf
    He has an acute sense of th I
    and | African scene'lhe long, blu
    elegant Kirk ranges" of Nyasaland
    He has a fenling for the Africa..
    . |wt. particularly in Nyasaland
    BVaj) whnti tlie august spirit of
    Livingstone reigns He is aware
    of the bitter, tragic present fif th.-
    continent, "the smell of murder In
    the sky."
    lay whei. i his "liieusUve business mj^-if." i
    U>- -aid 'This U one time. Oover-
    mouthed brother 01 mm. 1 ,s nf Hudlev, whi-n you're not
    the man in those plrtu
    Canh in Advunre chucalod Luka"! Uvtd
    n HMtoua] mid whlskj evot abata
    He agreed. nt had to Wh.. ,. accfdeni Ha
    tte pain me in advance, just ill
    loan I'-nin.m ua.-k lo the caui- movelnti JlmHadlej
    lol of his nonic Slate. Norah I |-Vt, Knl Jim ..v., ., Iarrel 1
    apt u.ui me as a go iNrtwem know h-'s bought you
    .en i antli d down to wait. plcturei trotn ma Hm n rou con
    ... to wait long. That m on my deal you not
    ame evening, as I stood splitting yourself *0OM BMOey but
    .*i. n m Uj rnaaa
    .iniihiwting negatives, in my
    IH.^s-ion. will be suspended
    OVef youi head from now on," I
    ..ii loam Harrj Una-.
    annuity. And oon if you'll -x-
    The stars were out by the time
    1 left lhe Capitol building. I
    for a dark alley. Then.
    with only a stray cat for com-
    '.. pen-: "Norah, to, gfj^ BtQbtt
    SlsL: '^ lar. in my pocket. I could fave
    *"' >uu}'\ mornim- *' *** ih. an the dark unknown with moie
    -Ifast niidence. I could purcaag a one-
    she obeyed lm ,,k- v,-> flight ticket to any plate
    A second later, a nasal I Any place away from those too-
    Drinking alone. Lnn You know. I wouldn't do that blue honest eyes of Norah. A few
    rlsaf the net n ,, more momenta with her would (e.g i the natives
    -ound. at nay place?" I no made departure too difficult, to explore the Nylk
    Mlmjewith its immense ex-
    R e I I > Mar'in. Lehmann
    l b '-d. 356 pages.
    IN the New Testament it U
    Nbw it has gaine-i
    portability as Hanson's
    '.ml n L
    \ Martin was ccle-
    with her
    New Orleans in 1W2T
    I learned she had con-
    tracted the scourge. She muit
    When he arrlveg ba Kenya, fly-
    ing south he sees, not simply
    community of eccentric exiles,
    pursuing a dream of English
    -ounlry life, long vanished from
    Britain. Tor him they ate. like th.-
    Abyssinian* an air-borne sky-
    dominated community. They Utpe
    i' .. jimanent -state of agitation
    11.- philosophises on the effect
    of natives on Europeans; considers
    the "quility of Euiopean crime
    in Kenya" believes, as one born l*?ats,
    i'nd bred In Africa, that cultural
    traffic tietween the races is no one-
    sided business.
    nt (over 120 squ re miles), Its be segregated at Carville
    tupendous pre Lpices. it* Incal I hospital. She spent
    ."lable. dangerous changes of :'" w'irs there.
    moodmakes a heavy Impact. No __. ,
    wonder it became a native legend
    used by Rider Haggard in
    Children of the Mist.
    The practical results of
    hing rnon than the recor
    .m\.in\ battla against
    id diseaae and her Una
    Van victory It is a passionate argu-
    Poat's Journey ~ ma* rest in ' against the persisting
    tne file in the Colonial Office. If11 ,CUF wnlrh
    person <1 rfuiid?In self-
    discovery, in the i ecovery of poise
    am purposewere rich.
    For the reader there Is the
    smis lo i of Af lean scene*
    Tglastlc dances. Also the
    shunning of the h pM
    the cruel

    With the new drugs, pron
    and diasont- ,t la not to hard
    cure.
    D ii.i'Viiuimt REsrnvrn
    Africa puts a lasting mark on
    her adopted children. It become*
    for him a living presence, an in-
    dividual, a personality.
    Its landscape i* impregnated
    with a myntcriou* aotnott]
    ,-!<. btti lonipcllini! apfttlt, so
    that the reader understands why
    v loiuct.u,:
    plateau, and
    It's good for
    the liver!
    aasaaossasawaa*1**^
    A tin, of ipuklinn BNO'S lir.t ihui in ihc moraio. u
    nuod foe die liver. It tier, ihc head m no lime. Thf
    wonderful igmvumu clcntinj tnd rclrnhinii lo aalc
    nr mouth. The non rupit-forrrung /oiurriv cuon keepi the
    yilem rejulu. ENO'S h ple.unt to uke. Ii conaim no
    Gtauber i Sdl, no Eniom Silt, and ,n it. tenon tl i, ,enlle
    y qu4lj effective. A real bmilv remedy. Kei
    ' Fnut S.U toady I
    TRIUMPH OVER
    PAIN
    vumn-jK fourth metioiiKT m 'jgaMT
    Ho. oon ANACIN ..I,... p,, r,. *,,M, ,|
    |o ...o.clemon, oco.e.M that UiohciIi ur in tha ...it balancat
    of Ihraa ...nou. ,.,,-., ,?,.,. c,n. ,a Aoat,w,l Aeidi
    T ','^,"H S*!!-"! tm*"t *M "*aaaaV Qulnlna n
    pwri.tKaiy with ,h, o,ha, mMK,i. to woth. h. bin, tkaa
    tavaroh tamparitijrai, raiiore i .ail lama of wall-ba4n| I
    , fam fro- '
    I It !i Httir rr*m I 'e-.tl
    I i tl faaia aa/aa PI "'""'*
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    Khe I Rhauin.thm Naural|i, '
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    rou 'mmediat. ralia.. eaat out
    ith uniting ipaad !
    ep your
    Eno's
    'Fruit Salt'
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    Yaa. for a vary IKtla you can buy a :-i.bin anre'opa of 'ANACIN
    enough to bring you fait rel.af Irom a bout of pain 'Aiuxia la atao
    av.ilabla in r.na, JO -table t I.e., and in bottle, of SO tab eta. Snare
    in the benafiti of th.i great km uhantrltc ducovery .
    ARM rOUHSUF AEAIMST HIH
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    fkofrte *m
    THE BARGAIN HOUSE
    LADIES
    2IKI PAIRS OK III.ACK StKl.K SHOKS
    Kormrrly Sfi.l.r Now S3.I3
    CRKPi: SOLE MOCCASAN
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    I1IR1.S Al.l. I.lATIIKR WHITE SANDALS
    712 Formerly S5.40 Now, SI.311
    III Formerly S6.2II Now $3.00
    BOYS LF.ATIIF.R BROWN SHOKS
    710 Kcduit-tl Irom $3.63 lo $1.30
    111 Reduced from $6 93 lo $5.50
    lllll.DKKN III Hill 11 SANDALS
    1/- Per Pair
    IMili > QABDBM HATS
    $2 for $1.00
    CHILDREN FELT HATS $2.00 ea.
    BOYS' FELt HATS ............... $1.92
    CRINOLINES (Pink. Blue. While, ('old $1.41 ea.
    A Few CLARK SHOES For Children Reinaininii
    46 $3.00 pr.
    Bern quality BORDKRKD SPIN $1.08 yd.
    SPL'N. SILK, CREPES. TAFFETAS and olher
    Qualitae* 80r. lo Sl.Ofl yd.
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    30 1WAH STHKCT. IHAI. 3T0B. S. Al.TMA.V.-IVoprirlor.


    ~l M>W MAKIH 'J, I9ij
    SINDAY VUV.i.
    niiiiii I '-
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    m
    SUNDAY MARCH 9
    SATURDAY MARCH 15
    MARGARINE WEEK
    SPECIALLY ARRANGED TO
    CONVINCE ALL BARBADIAN HOUSEKEEPERS HOW TO

    Wfi : : -T
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    MARGARINE IN PLACE OF COOKING BUTTER. BARBADIAN
    HOUSEKEEPERS ARE FORTUNATE TO BE ABLE TO BUY
    MELLO-KREEM MARGARINE FOR COOKING AND GLOW SPREAD
    TABLE MARGARINE AT A CONSIDERABLE SAVING.
    BIG TWO-DAY
    CAKE
    SALE
    (in aid of Local Charity)
    at K. R. HUNTE & Co., Ltd.
    New Show Room. Lower Broad Street
    FRIDAY
    MARCH 14th
    10 a.m. "to 4 p.m.
    and
    SATURDAY
    MARCH 15th
    9 a.m. to 12 noon
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    WITH
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    P.\<;r FOI RTKIN
    SUNDAY AHVOfATE
    Sl'NDAV HAW II I, Ij2
    to nuikc
    yen gig, ccnf&enfr,
    light-kMYtti...
    "fbik Mimey*.", $<*)&
    tuweit p&rUf-qjiHtf
    Uit the whclc
    Guide
    Notes
    Knrulmenlo
    On 21*1 Pebiuary. Mrs. F. A.
    liiihop. Dutricj Cotiuniiii i
    visited 7th Brownie pack (St
    Michael Girt*' School) jn4 en-
    rolled 0 Brownie*. On 28th r>r>-
    runry Mm. Bishop ensoste'i 3
    Guides at Belmont Girls' School
    (27th Barbados). The parent ol
    'he Guides and the recruits
    were present at the Enrolment
    Mrs. H. rarmcr enrolled 1
    Guides and 3 Brownies on 10tn
    February at Codrlngton H 1 g h
    School Farmer talked to the Gulden nbo.it
    Thinking IHy.
    Visits to Companies, mid
    Packs
    On Tuiw-v iom nuruai; ati
    n i..iHid mma (j.-l.. at4
    ii I.
    tuiuary.
    nursday .oui
    Talma visited 9th uruwuic*
    Guides (St. Marys uim tocou...
    Utn Uumes (Huiusuury im -
    gasoooo, and isu oukh
    oury Girls' School).
    On bin February Mrs. A. W.
    Scott (District Commissions
    visited 26th Guides (Clifton 11...
    hoot). On 12lh flafaru-
    rv, Mrs. Scoll visited *3rd Oum
    (bethel) and the recruits M St.
    Ambrose Girls" School. This now
    Guide Company will be |
    hen the children art-
    ist Barbados Guide;.
    allege) has had no Captain sum-
    Mrs, clmdon Reed resigned in
    IBM and one of the Pali
    with the help of a Ranger ol
    Ranger Company has b-
    rig on. Mrs, A. W. Scott bat
    to the rescue and has offer*' I
    to be captain until a new Captain
    an be found. The Association la
    'fi*) t< her.
    Camp at Pax Hill
    Kleven 2nd Class Guides of Bin
    Guides (Codrlngton High School*
    and one from 2nd (St. Win if re i
    School) camped at Pax Hill from
    28th February to 2nd March. Mm
    H Williams was Commandant.
    Mlis P. Bowen. yuarter-mas'."
    Miss A. Goilop, Assistant Quarter-
    uister and Miss J. Bowen, First
    Alder. During the week-end the
    Guides trained for m
    or the First Class Badge.
    International Afternoon
    Mi's M. Pvmborton, Captain of
    Th Barbados (St. Michaels Qlr'j'
    School) had an International after-
    i on Monday, 3rd March. The
    Island Commissioner, the Com*
    missloner for Ranger*, the Chair-
    man of the Local Association
    -ell as a number of Gulden were
    present. The theme of the after-
    noon was World Guiding and the
    gue-ts enjoyed It as much as trM
    Guides themselves. The pro-
    gramme ended with a camp tire
    Jamaica Hurricane Fund
    TtM Girl Guides' Association of
    Barbados decided to iry to nelp
    the Guides ol Jamaica with the
    repairs to their new Headquarter-.
    Ahull wag damaged in ilie hui-
    'ii.inc In August. There was no
    fund for this purpose, so the As-
    sociation decided the momj would
    have lo be raised by the Com-
    panies and Packs In various ways.
    District 1 (Mrs. F. A. Bishop)
    had concert which realised
    $70.02 and $65.00 of this w..s
    donated to the fund. District 3
    (Mrs. A. W. Scott) had a Jumble
    Sale and donated $23.00. 1st
    Rangers (Queen's College) gave a
    donation from the money they
    J.n-r.i by .i B-Un D.inci- while
    Companies contrlt>ot<-o from
    their Company Funds. The (Mai
    4 is:
    District 1 (Mrs. F. A.
    Bishop)..... 65.00
    District 2 (Miss M. Pem-
    herton) ... 46.60
    District 3 (Mn A W
    Sewing
    Circle
    lit PsTJCNI NOLAN
    DKU11N.. HIE HAISED
    .MA lU.I.M.
    In US
    BTflf'Bf -1- mora piumment tnsn
    ii u i>veii on uotn blouses
    and dresses. Altnougii it may
    ...jlime weai'
    .Id be quite
    conuortable on cocktail and party
    i wo small darts arc used In the
    good
    .... it ..our bssHB buck pattern has
    e in the
    shouluer seam this should be
    as the darts to be add-
    ed to the neckline will give sulAc-
    baok. To get
    rid Of tl U IW a line from
    m.d-way on the shoulder seam to
    uie top of the back basic dart.
    .. second line one lourtli of
    an Inch from the tlrst on ttfcl
    shouldti seam connecting this Ibie
    io the lop of the basic dart, also
    thus making the ease into a dart.
    Slash the first line and lap slash
    to the second line. Cut basic dart
    to, but not through the point and
    psrttSfn to flatten out.
    Measure the amount of extra
    i In your basic dart at the
    waistline and take that same
    I off the waistline at trio
    centre back reducing the basic
    dart to Its original size. Add one
    R "f an inch to the neckline
    LEFT Co* -'v11 suit In checked wonted.
    HARDY AMIES)
    CENTRE 1 -tilt in line check" cot
    RIGHT "A l" .ult in lemon chiffon
    and full, pleated skirt. (From
    in classic Unas.
    ounted on white
    The pi
    for fashion Hd
    . h ttM
    clothes telling
    are bought bs
    women. But if
    gr.tphs are stu.
    cunnlnj

    clues t<>
    able js the a
    the tellir.K dl*
    differences whi
    gMCsYl itylH
    the angle of g
    a Jewel, the lo-
    and the width
    not a i'.
    clothes, but I
    detail.
    With an inn

    from th
    lectio:,-.. AM
    women. Is suit
    LONDON.
    I girl w
    : be something of
    days. Couture
    it fantastic prices.
    only a very few
    ,i- fashion photo-
    I with as much
    . lock Holmes ex-
    i ,ii viald
    fish ton ti v.iht-
    .. nal design. For
    lie in the subtle
    h distinguish one
    'rim the nextIn
    it. the position of
    it ion of the waist,
    of the skirt It is
    i coutura
    hootlni i til '

    new couture col-
    nie. tor English
    lime. They wear
    (By IKIKOTIIY KAKKI.EV)
    'hem all 'he vear round, the ma-
    terial and the style depending on
    thi arggfltbtr and the occasion,
    show suits for
    three occasions: for Ascot cocktail), for town and for coun-
    try All three, however different
    In style, have those significant de-
    ll gnnounei new fashion
    the cut of the collar, the gbao
    of the shoulder, the length of the
    MRrtH
    The clues to fashion In the cocfc- If care is taken in choosing a
    tail suit are detected In the rouno- material that Is not too "tweedy".
    he little details. The fashion dues
    I-ere ire in the high collar, the
    accentuated waist; and the slim
    skirt. For the classic town suit,
    r-hoice of fabric Is important. This
    reason, little checks, particularly
    the "pieds do poule" variety in
    tones of beige, are important. The
    secret of wearing any shade of
    tig! :th uccess Is to punctuate
    it with a vivid splash of colour
    with dark green, red or even crisp.
    elan white, (provided it is crfcspi
    clean and white).
    ed shoulder, the diamond
    sleeve, and the long PtVOTi trh i h
    curve down to the waist. The
    basque is short, stiffened to stand
    m the body, and the skirt
    is softly gored, the fullness sun-
    ported by an equally hill petti- shoulder line
    coat. The miterlal itself providMeJrlrt full, pi
    ;.nd a style which Is chic, the
    aMe in town tg elsewhere. Kx-
    eountry ruit win nt"v
    'hi'd tuft for Us fashion
    clues: the material is c^cUtvl
    nrted the roll"- : high ">
    roundi
    led and p< "
    Scolt)
    Dsttrtct < Ira. H. A.
    Talma) ........... 15.0-J
    DUtrict 6 ( Ir-. H. A.
    Farmer) ....... 10.00
    District I (Miss K.
    Laurie) ....... 5.36
    $167 46
    ThU amount vill be forwarder
    o laidy AfaT, Iha Island Cum-
    of j. males.
    The CHri I iuide*' Fair
    Compaiiie PssQfeg are re-
    minded that Ox dale of the Km
    is Saturday. 10 h May and th.it
    everyone in ttM Organisation ki
    asked to help t > make the Fair in
    outstanding an cess. lt<
    our target get- lugger each year
    and this can only be reached il
    everyone lend' n hand. O'lr
    Headquarters i an example m
    what can be don l.y im
    and the debt on the wall must be
    paid.
    Bunk Stall
    Miss N. Burtoi will I,.
    for any books nd magaunc for
    the Book Stall Phone 3116.
    further Important clue." [ U. S -*Ph compos!t? type ol fabric, suitable- ;,ngie of the hat. The
    hrmtss? It worn straight
    with t larffe row at the
    gtw hetghl t
    op in a soft "duck's tail.
    Beauty News
    r when
    ^rrtgaeUc frm i d t^enut'Htni
    putdtit a Spate of Idv
    to get into trim for spring in Lon-
    Foremost among this Is a new
    Whitening Creim." It hat mag-
    ical properties guaranteed to cure
    .-kin conditions caused by in-
    i lement weather, neglect, and
    wrong treatment. Common com-
    plaints are the "fur collar neck":
    fading 'unburo. (a' this time of
    the year In this n m
    Htfually the souvenir of a skiing
    holiday in Switierl-nd; in the
    Topics or "down under", it could
    lUila well be the result of a gen-
    tic summer sun i l and hands nnri
    urns roughened by housework.
    In all cases the question is the
    *ij>ame: how to regain a smooth,
    T* white skin. The treatment is rel-
    atively simple. At night cleanse
    t .e face w ell. w iptng off the make-
    up with skin tonic or stringent
    Smoothe the "whiteninu orswn
    gently and evenly over the affect-
    ed areas, and leave on over nlflht
    Persevere, and the skin will soon
    bt) lightened. ________
    THE AWFUL CHILD
    "tsOick! I've lauiht him
    fm a formal occasion, because It 1
    something out of the ordltuw.
    Lemon yellow chiffon, gossai
    tine With a feathery pattern. Iv
    Ucn laid hke .. cobweb over whi-
    taffeta; to give the necessary bod
    for t ndt fabric, the tw
    materials are stiffened with CS
    vas.
    The cl-ssic suit varies lilt'
    from season to season, except
    PENNY NOLAN
    i nura back and draw a
    new centre buck line joining the
    neckline addition to the waistline
    reduction. This new centre back
    tralfM of goods
    line and may be laid on a fold.
    The amount of height to bo
    added to the neckline depends on
    the style of course. In the follow-
    ing example we will raise the
    neckline or# inch. L'ontiuue the
    centre back line straight up one
    inch from the neckline. Measure
    i tck neckl.ne including
    he amount added for a dart and
    make the raise.i neckline three
    >. m tiler than
    ad parallel to the
    new back -lowing its
    Extend the shoui-
    i frum the neefc-
    i neckline.
    q arter of en inch dart
    i the natural m
    I a to nothing at the raised
    140. Continue this dart
    g neckline to grade to
    nothing a I out three inches down.
    on your basic front pattern
    connect the neck at centre front
    1 1 UM neck at the shoulder with
    a Itreignt hoc. From this line at
    the shoulder tQUara a line up one
    inch long. Swing the end of this
    one inch line one fourth inch to-
    werd the thoilldor seam and con-
    nect with shoulder seam. Jojn
    tided shoulder seam to
    centre front opening with a gentle
    curve or any shape called lor by
    the style
    Much of the success of these
    raised necklines depends on in-
    terfacing. Even fairly stiff mate-
    rials usually stand better with in-
    terfacing In a raised neckline to
    add body. lie sure to pfe-shrink
    interfacing material.
    .i^ii raised necklines are
    sometimes boned, however, these
    are usually very uncomfortable
    nd likely to lc unsuccessful
    WDM Bttetnpted by an amateur.
    It Is not very difficult to make
    < of a neckline raised
    in neh or a little more.
    The interfacing should bo cut
    without tthe dart. The facing Is
    ajaa better with the dart cllmln-
    l ilk-.
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    'il NDAV, M\Rfll . 1932
    bhmmi idvm tra
    PAOr FIFTFI N
    Lonely Only Child? mn^j
    The onr-son judtfr v;isU S-I.ni .1 mollWr N#
    By EILfcEN ASftOFT
    V rents pitied an .; today one-ehild hunri arc I
    . than the ox. ,, and the nssng cos: of living have
    been responihW-. -,. u R
    Man wit, 1 .in old-fashioned vi. is C -miniuienet Temple-Morn.. K.C *t. .
    Snnl t.. her 1
    m ki make hci
    Hoth H Jul\i Edward Smith
    13-ycar-oid Valeih- l.ved with hini.
    Uoes an only child miss something
    A i. as nunc jays .|M>ll an only child."
    JVurs. : her: "As long a- the mUl *iu- young company an only child lose*
    nothing."
    n of ,1 large tan in to give and lake and help one mo
    UK IS CO\TKNTKI> BY HIMM I r
    Mihai
    u--te through ovai
    t hid psychologist: The character of the parent* and home MVtnmmM
    important to the child'* welfare than brothers and
    My own view i> ll:;it the only thild it lucky.
    He n ocportunlty to develop personality without ronttinualb
    having to contend with the herd instinct or the popular vote Mom ulenied.
    individualistic characters come from one-child riomee.
    FQOTSOIE. Judae Ou-en Tempi* Temple-JVfurru 55. ha, been mamed tinea IM1
    He hat one son.
    SPRING hats are feat her-weights. New straws, mixed with silk or wood shavings
    real dried grass fringes, and straw "towellings" are light as air.
    Appearance is rough and shaggy. Movement is forward and sideways, with .1
    ing side drape.
    Marlene Dietrich will probably dviful creation tailed
    Back are shallow to reveal still be remembered at 80. she "Aspic de langousle a
    Ttom*
    fir*'
    short curls. Brims and crowns
    reappear.
    Colours run the gamut of golds
    and blues. Violets cabbage-
    roses, button daisies and edel- 1
    weu> trim Easier bonnets. Nov-
    elties are one eye veils, single
    u.in/.in.,; ,,n.[. and sMsnsifiiil
    cellophane used over brightly -
    H Mill be a season of airy-fairy
    hats, so light that you won'
    notice If they blow away.
    OUT' Vi U.tv fanUwra and |et.
    IN Isowert, trwtt and ribbon.
    Aspic
    la Neptune "
    Kara fta depressed
    has allure and sex appeal even
    as a grandmother that make**
    most of the new starlets look Jd off the -"meat -
    as if thev wara ^iill in rompers, ration housewives Is
    would also name Edith Evans tot fatty-tale deecrip-
    aad Sybil Thorndike for their turn of thai master
    itfng ;- Oracle datta
    I'm the foreuronrid icvr,-
    H
    JTMOK'S t ASB
    fOW mui'h pocket money
    should children have?
    Whatever it is it should be regu-
    lar "It gives them something
    to look forward to." said Mr.
    Reginald Charles Burlingham
    Tha.kery presiding at White-
    iu;i. Rantg juvenile court.
    'Mr. Teiackery Is strongly against
    giving odd sums to children
    iVOr they ask for it.
    Results of an Evening Standard
    reader* quiz on pocket money
    held rOCenUj revealed that thi
    Fields for her frank charm,
    warm heart and cheerful songs:
    and M.ie Wotf afto made sex
    a subject of some'Sting itn-
    i
    mgoi gai arttion of film
    stI. and actresses there ap-
    l>ear t I** few who will be
    .-red at 50 let alone
    U1I be front page news at 80.
    WOTI Sawchefl efTrr l-er. nnial
    youth u-ill be Interested In thf
    ifib'ilius Fannie*.* dietno meal
    and qiianrilics of water.
    .!'.< (iifumorr covered in aspic
    Red paprika and or*
    II sprml.lcd otMf IfW g*"
    pk t<> gnh) colour.
    Along each ilda uj ihe athwr piai-
    tOT u-i-rr TOWS vf haVd-bolled ua
    euus cur i hakvs iriift the ji
    p^.fc remoiVd and space filled The
    irif'i < beaks. Cue.
    ud.- WttA
    tflSM
    and a do) I nW irons-
    paru of lasisjnMiito shell
    parr the tUH. birdi liny fled-
    rjraup
    WING tfs>A0rfS
    an thO " ' '"
    abr* 0r f" ce'Ini
    .H.,( Ok'I f*S 64>
    it ffcue dii iapi
    nil rfo 4nh I -*
    "B < * #*!
    "i'i iffti tfsetetf issrt,
    lii f, cacsrai* Wnm m >
    hM III iM
    Il r>*.lftf (00 b*IH4 c" tt
    -o* la'lrta I $9i Ms*
    (IIIKS SPECIAL
    i i(*v-lal fie'
    7/*^ NATEURAL 'LOOK"
    * N Iptcui
    A. :.
    (By MI'SAN DEACON)
    this morning from IMPORTANT news fur women
    II Hand The "Beauty Look" is changing.
    On board were four Dutch chefs. Wc are becoming more natural
    wi:h mouth-watering special!- And the key-sign of the New NaIu-
    ties on stiver putters on thei! ral I,x.rt 1 the >VEBR0US.
    niympla f*
    / into
    from
    inter- Weli-kn.
    national cooking contest
    JlJr". .L l2-7vU^ Thp frp'8hl "Plane had been
    cording to family
    debutante^,
    MAKaT-(7r ft are also chang-
    log Tfaa rull-Uppad wlk) kwk
    DO longer
    taken over the edge Of
    Mul. natural 1
    in
    '
    above 2* 6d is unusual.
    H''i'ii>i be flu* wont olendcs in oir-
    MlaVoa too much
    \'. r ,.
    I ..
    rants u m
    Mr niaekary fathar of six
    child-en ranvina fr<>" 1 MB
    to II
    n penny a week for
    of as*. AH hd family rocaafo
    ore 12.
    Wi'h It aota, pres-
    -IK
    r *| plj r ', r>h l(ifn
    Id ".-- 1 --...... a }* low
    TWO'S COMPANY
    SPR1NU niaxe-up Idea tiKnd-
    1 1 lips.
    You buy two lipsticks 01 quite
    different colours to wear by
    .wo more
    i 1
    - blondes . sky blue
    pink over red feather (cleat
    red) For brunettes peony blue-red) over Motilemtna rod
    dike .i Qtnudantian'a coat).
    NEWS AT 80
    NOT many *>*tfHi actresses
    will make front-page news
    when they .ire B0 as
    luus Fa H 1 today.
    -.;<
    Ptoj.i>i 1 1 1 ah a*
    . I ..
    has thi
    vivacity andsuccess.
    Greu Gkarbo artil oartalnty st.li
    be front-page nOWl .f DO hM
    to be 80. There || aomatlllng
    about the magical S
    appeals to men and
    alike
    food from spoiling
    Haanng Maitre Chef at
    the HdUl Kurhans Schevenln-
    gen (deseribed in mv guide
    '-.k as ihe Blackpool of Hol-
    land), brought with him a won-
    and society beauties ara OOf
    allowing their browi to grow.
    They are trimmed, tidied up. but
    in' nut plucked away.
    < <> ri 1 \i-.n-. are pa|er. LIP-
    micks tallovi tho true coi,mi I d0fi*l in haavj (dundi
    of the lipstrue red* and deep smooth U
    pinks instead of dark cyclnmen Ih" '
    and burgundy Vu chan helmc gtvu von
    DOt and DO.VT's
    EYboKvJ 5
    1
    who Bin

    I
    1 nrwi piui knyi
    I
    little i! '!<
    WRONG ' "'"
    pole shaped
    browheavy but taper-
    ing away It gave a
    nhrewlsh" look u> the
    prettiest (are and made
    the eyes look too close
    RIGHT T '
    I r .
    'haractci to
    the face and expression
    iiiese are
    EllMbeth Taylor's Trn-y
    arch naturally without
    "HfUm" at n.
    r
    Join ihe r
    hop by mail directly from ihe
    ,olor filled National Hells*
    Hess Csisloe. Select from
    chousandioltlie newest stylet
    inJ tincti home items all
    pneed at America 1 gfcataM
    avincji.
    Every item it gusrsnieed to
    be exactly as pictured inJ de-
    scribed. Your money bsck if
    you are not pleated
    NATIONAL BELLAS HESS
    /Van A6*ut 7*wn SSJ5?
    k it. fi mpanyi aweop-
    I g n, w showroom, there's a
    1 'l In this modern
    -tore are selection* of almost eve- v
    '3 pe at Ele<-trical Home Applian
    na for and thrt
    IGIDAIRJCS WASIUN<:
    I- KHEEZKS Hi
    .
    CMAJRa TABI-ES in
    choice <>l
    -.ges. Then there's Ihe Ofh.
    With TYPEWRITE!^
    n 1 i HAIRS AN
    . ll.lA.i CAIIINETS. But pot
    I for 1
    JEw i.i : NtY AN
    PATCHES and a nagniflct
    I Utter, especial'*
    1 it, pood
    wear! Th .
    i Qirdlawa, is a Sho>
    loom lo browse around kn .-
    -iere everything 1-
    iiiBpecUon 1
    boast numbei i\ SIM. but y<
    ansj right on m
    II to K It Hunte A Co.. Ltd ..
    Crt i"' da ChaM the m>
    of quaUtiai to
    m .itc And the colon
    - light out "i thai amid, y
    , in D. P Kirpal
    :
    So U ... jrr tin Kl
    1, Engl.o
    nlv SI OS ^ei
    Than 1 value
    le had in TaflaU -it SI M
    . h M moattji English .
    ' menial Jiul *i
    -. lusive.
    Youll aranl U w-.ik about 11
    boul them \
    (waited ratn
    Tin' Jfot*)
    NIL SIMM E SHi >t It non >-.
    N I Will '
    v.
    solid. hWd rearing and mua
    eomlortiible of shoes U ot nip
    Hip and .11
    - hopptnsj 1

    Ml -MMll.i: 8H< '!
    ;.-i,. but ae the i.^l ran
    Lynch J
    Btrtbution.
    m 1,1 0, he1 1
    |UH, look at Um
    M1II.1-. fiklh < the USA
    in I'l-nt.iiii.n- LtsL now, (111 h
    wtpad ""
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    Muggith kidney acnon.
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    comfort when you nughr aei nappe
    iclief by takingDoan's nackalcha
    K.da*e Pills. Tkey stkoulate tad
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    unc sad ad other m.; .
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    M MDAV, M \llt II 9. 1952
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    nebod*. .ltd, noting th* btQ when
    Tin reache* hi-
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    tr he kwk.
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    DM sentence* to
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    2 The mocking bird .........
    .. NOT Tork li a .........
    4. Many autoa need new.......
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    11-Where did ba dwell? 11
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    13 Brine
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    44Ci t of the iheep.
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    47 Masculine name
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    5-Wllh wn.it did Jael klfl !
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    80Clan of Roman antiquity.
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    aooa." Hand, th* inadot. ffirl. aai<*
    to her brothel Kt.arf who had tun
    rorrm into th* room and Ml htmaeli
    dtiwn. "try hredly. in the corner
    beside her 'What have you baeo
    doliw?'
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    in* Whet/fe Wheeeee."
    Uanid clanred u h bnithai ta
    aatoniahnii-i.t U I
    "Whe* Zee Wheee*-e. r*p*aiei;
    Rnarf "He ear> tleepr am!
    duly on account of having to turn
    around ao much a!! raominu ac
    ha Mked me
    "Who'a Whet ZeeWheta**?' in
    ttrrupted llat.M impatiently, foi
    aba had never heard of anybody loi
    anything) by thia name before
    "What'a tht rood of roar telllnr
    me how yog helped thia Whee-Zea-
    Wheeeea.- ahe added -when I don't
    a-rtn know who you meant"
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    COUGHING
    ^ IS DANGEROUS
    its comine; from. Becsuaa aorrc
    times tht wind cornea from it
    North, and aometimea it cornea f r-
    the South"
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    the West," Hanid broke In.
    Dill, rrul Diiectita
    "Juat a aort cf a jird.- Knarl
    went on. * W hea-7.ee-Wbaaaaia
    more Ilka a aort of a roottar." ,__
    -*ei Hut all thia morning t
    Lives ret Door anWas-k, Pt coming from every ditlt
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    Tharts Freddie, who livca neat roMhft. ao that ht Anally got i
    door, and Squawkle. who litea on diaxy that h* waa afraid he :
    tht other aide of the brook, and going to fall off the roof. But
    Alexande.. who lives aomewhtre or helped him."
    other, but we've never seen him
    on); heard him."
    Knaif amlied Whte-Zte-
    Wheeeee isn't a regular sort of
    rooster. He lives on top of the roof."
    Oh!"
    "And he'a mad'
    said Knarf. going to t
    "Ho
    "I told him he mold stand a
    and rest, or taken nap. and I'd li
    around and keep watching to
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    --_ that'a what I did. Kveryiime
    .*", wind blew. I lurried m
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    didn't you tell me thai ^
    Wheeeea waa a weathci 1
    would have known right away. Bui
    how did you help him?" Hanid said,
    fitting down again.
    "U'^.." aaid Knsrf. "every time
    the wind blow* V. he. /. V.
    :iii>! |
    a I .
    certainly hard work. And even win
    'you look to are where in* win) -
    coming from, youra-'t ***the *i' i
    No matter how hard you look f
    can't aee it. Whee-7.
    can't see the wind either But I
    keeps right on looking
    "Why la ha called Whee/.'
    Wham-*?" Hanid Anally aaked.
    "I gueis" said Knarf. "bera>i*i
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    SILK DEPT.
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    BLUE MOROCAINE from $2.58 lo $1.44 yd.
    SLIPPED SATIN (mm $2.10 lo $1.68 yd.
    PINK riCD. SATIN
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    CREPE ROMAINK
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    .11 I U IMPRESSION GEORGETTE
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    PLAIN GEORGETTE
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    W IIITE BROCADE
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    PLAID TAFFETA
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    CHECK TAFFETA
    Reduced from ........... $3.90 lo MM yd.
    PLAID TAEFETA
    Reduced from $.1.18 lo $2.40 vd.
    FI.OWFRED CBEPE
    Reduced from ................ $8.17 In $2.40 vd.
    FLOWERED ART SILK
    Reduced from .................... $1.05 lo 72c. yd.
    STRIPED CREPE now ................................ 9r. yd.
    I LOWERED CREPE
    Reduced from .................. $1,112 lo $1.50 yd.
    POLKA DOT GEORGETTE
    Reduced from ........ $1.98 lo $1.00 vd
    I LOWERED CREPE
    Reduced from ... $2.88 lo $1.M yd.
    I LOWERED CREPE
    Reduced from ......... S1.K lo $1.50 yd.
    ART SILK PLAID now ......................... $1.68 yd
    DRESS GOODS DEPT
    ART SII.K SPUN
    Reduced from
    SEERSUCKER U.S.A.
    Reduced from.....
    FED. SPUN Reduced from
    TOOTAL LINEN Reduced from
    MOYGASIIEL LINEN (Fid.)
    Reduced from...........
    MOYGASIIEL LINEN (Plain)
    Reduced from ..............
    I.IKMI Yards CHECK MIAMI
    To Clear u| ................
    ART SILK LINEN STRIPE
    Redurid from...........
    DOTTED LINEN
    Reduced from...................
    PLAIN LINENN,w ..........
    FIGURED SPUNNow ........
    l mi lo 84c yd.
    $1.20
    ll
    $2.37
    lo '",.. yd.
    In $1.32 yd.
    lo 91.32 yd.
    $2.25 lu $1.75 yd.
    $1.53
    S1.M
    $1.58
    to $1.H yd
    lu $1-12 yd.
    to $1.32 ..
    .....W.S2 ..
    $1.00 ..
    GENTS' HATS
    $7.54 lo $4.80 each
    $5.75 lo $4.00 ,.
    WILSON HATS
    Reduced from.....
    McQUEEN HATS
    Reduced I1...11 .......
    KIB FELTS
    Reduced from..............$3.21 lo $2.40 ..
    JOB FELTS
    Reduced [rum..............$3.00 to $1.80 .,
    BLACK HA IN CAPES
    Reduced: from ........... S720 lo $3.00 ,.
    GABERDINE RAIN COATS
    Rcduc/d from....... $19.56 lo $15.00
    $53,000 MERCHANDISED SLASHED!
    " LINEN DEPT
    48" FLOWERED CRETONNE
    Reduced from .......................... $2.40 to 8 yd.
    48" FLOWERED SPUN
    Reduced from............................$3.12 lu S2.52 yd.
    36" x 3" PLAID TABLE CLOTHS
    Reduced from ........ $1.54 lo $1.08 each
    NURSES COLLARS Now.............. 16c. ..
    TURKISH TOWELS 36" x W"Now 72c. ..
    48" TAPESTRY ...............................$3.12 vd.
    DAMASK TABLE CLOTHS 54 x 54
    Reduced from ...................$4.00 to S3.00 each
    COLD. COTTON TABLE CLOTHS 18" x 48"
    Reduced from .............$2.16 l.i $1,511 earl.
    COLD. I! 1 YON TABLE CLOTHS 38" X 3H"
    -Non $1.50 ..
    MANCHESTER DEPT.
    28"
    28"
    28"
    28"
    38"
    .18"
    38"
    28"
    36"
    28"
    36"
    38"
    COTTON PRINT
    ..........Now 60f yd.
    KURUPUNG COTTON
    GREV DOMESTIC
    PRINTED II CORD .. 70f
    COTTON FUC.I ................................ 50c
    COTTON FUGI .................................. 85C
    .. 75t
    .. 70.
    .. 68C
    FLOWERED PRINT '.'. 90c
    COTTON POPLIN Now 56c. j
    CASEMENT Now ................ 64c.
    GREY INDIAN HEAD Now $1.00
    FANCY DEPT.
    LADIES' HANDBAOi (Plastic)Now S1.80 each
    LADIES' HANDBAGS | Leather)
    Now 81.00 each
    LADIES' PLASTIC IIVNDBAGS
    Now 91.50 ..
    CHILDREN'S RAYON BAGSNow 48c ..
    CHILDREN'S PLAS "IC BAGSNow 72c ..
    WOMEN'S ALL WOt.l. CARDIGANS
    Anode* Checks -Now ...................$3.00 ..
    Open Hand KNITTED PULLOVERS
    All Pure Wool Now.............. $5.00 ..
    IIOI.YK011I1 ALL WOOL PULLOVERS
    Aborted Colours Now........$5.00 ..
    BOYS' POLO SolRTS Now....... 44c ..
    Ladle*' RAYON HANKIESto Clear ul 12c
    Ladles' COTTON HANKIESto Clear al 12c .
    PEARL NECKLACES
    (Sinele strand! Now.......40* ..
    LADIES HOISERY & UNDERWEAR
    RAYON N1GHTDIIISSI>
    Reduced from........... $5.76 lo $4.00 each
    TRICOT NIGHTDRESSES
    Reduced from $11.00 to S7.50 ..
    NYLON PANTIES
    Reduced front.........:-.' 91 to $2.28 pair
    RAYON PANTIES
    Reduced from .........$1.12 lo 90c ..
    CHILDREN'S CREAM RIBBED VESTS
    Reduced from 70 each. Now 2 for $1.88
    SILHOUETTE BRASSIERE
    Reduced from $3.60 to 91.80 each
    BRASSIERES (Samples) Nov. 80c ,.
    GIRDLES (Samples) $1.00
    Vent-A-Ray Combination
    PANTIES A SKIRT (ShortI
    Reduced from $3.00 each Now 2 for SI 00
    Venl-a.Rav Combination
    PANTIES A SKIRT I .ul Now slim ..
    JERSEY RAYON NIGHTDRESSES
    Reduced from .....$4.15 to $3.00
    CAMVAL
    of
    BARGAINS!
    LADIES' HOISERY & UNDERWEAR
    NYLON TRICOT BLIPS
    Reduced from X3.72 I.. S.VIHI .
    CHILDREN'S COTTON PANTIES
    Reduced from 18c each lo .1 pairs for SLIM
    ill Doirn IIAI.LITO HOSIERY
    (51 OrafC Nvlon)
    Reduced from........ .....S2.59 lo $1.98 pair
    Liidies' BATHING SUITS One-Piece Lastex
    Reduced from $14.00 lo $9.00
    Liidies' BATHING SUITS Two-Piecc Lastex
    Reduced from $9.00 lo $4.00
    Ladies' BATHING SUITS One-Piece Riplev
    Reduced from $16.00 lo 518.00
    Ladies' PARASOLS
    Reduced from tiff lo $3.00
    I .I..'. Arl Silk BLOUSES
    Reduced from ................. $11.00 lo $7.20
    Ladies' Arl Silk BLOUSES
    Reduced from ........$14.00 lo S9.00
    SHOE DEPT.
    Ladies' 'llysradr' SHOESHich Heels
    While. Black and Blue. Nii-fcurk & Suede
    Reduced from $12.77 lo $6.50 |
    Ladies REPTILE SHOES
    Brown, Grey. Red and l!rigc
    Reduced from $4.71 to S2.95
    Ladies' CANVAS SHOESwith heels
    Sires .1 lo 44
    Reduced from S2.21 to SI.50
    Five Lines LADIES' SHOES
    Approx. Cost $5.00 pair. To clear at S3.50
    Elqhl Lines LADIES' SHOES
    Approximate Cost $10.00 lo $12.00
    To clear now al 96.00
    A hirer assorlmenl of GENTS SHOES
    siics 8 lo lO'li Average cost 910.00
    To clear ul S7.00
    Four Lilies CHILDREN'S SHOES
    Reduced from $4.00 lo 82.40
    The 'CERT FOOTBALL BOOTS
    Normal Price S7.00 To clear al 95.00
    WOOLLEN DEPT.
    HI \ I 111 > \ I I TWEED
    Reduced from .............. $5.13 lo $3.00 yd.
    TROPICAL SUITINGS
    Reduced from. ............$4.82 to $3.60 ..
    TROPICAL SUITINGS
    Reduced from..........................$7.39 lo 94.00 ..
    TROPICAL SUITINGS
    Reduced from ...............$7.04 lo S5.50 ..
    BLUE SERGE
    Reduced from $8.22 to $7.75 ..
    HERRINGBONE TWEED
    Reduced Irom 95.75 lo $4.80 per yd.
    STRIPED TWEED
    Reduced from ..... 812.04 lo 916.00 vd.
    Sarloris' 2-Piece READY-MADE SUITS
    (Tropical)
    Reduced from ......S39.36 lo $32.00
    Moyinshel TROPICAL PANTS (Grey)
    Reduced from $13.36 lo $12.50 pair
    SHIRT DEPT.
    SHIRTS
    BUI 1,1 91.00 each
    $5.73 lo $3.60
    CONSULATE TUNIC
    Reduced from
    VEHNON SHIRTS
    Reduced from.........
    SPARTAN SHIRTS
    Reduced from $3.02 lo S3.60 ..
    B.G. SEA ISLAND COTTON SHIRTS
    Reduced from $6.71 lo $5.50 .,
    PEGASUS I Ml Reduced from $6.65 lo $100 .,
    RAYON SHIRTS. Red from S2.37 lo SI.68 ..
    PEGASUS MESH SPORTS SHIRTS
    Reduced from S3.07 lo S2.00 ..
    TIESReduced from 72c. to 48c.
    COTTON ANKLETS. Red from 52c. lo 44c. ..
    IDOL WOOLLEN ANKLETS
    Reduced (rum -I UK lo IC ,.
    IDOL WOOLLEN II HOSE
    Reduced from ............ 82.48 lo $1.08 ..
    HOI.EPROOF II HOSE
    Reduced Irom $2.77 lo $1.68 ..
    HOLEI'ROOF WOOLLEN ANKLETS
    Re'd from $1.76 to 81.41 & SI.40 lo $1.08 ,.
    PURE LINEN VESTS
    Red from S6.72 lo $4.50 & $3.23 to $3.84 ..
    PURE LINEN SHORTS
    Reduced Irom S5.23 to S3.84 ..
    BATH TRUNKS
    Red from S3.6I I.. S2.SS & S5.IW lo 81.811 ..
    SPORTS SHIRTS
    Reduced from 85.80 lo $4.80 ..
    HOYS' SHIRTS
    He'd Irom S2.11 to S1.92 41 $1.16 lo $1.08 ..
    FLOWERED SPORTS SHIRTS
    Reduced from $2.92 lo $2.00 ..
    PEGASUS MIILETIC VESTSNow $1.20 ..
    PEGASUS HRII.r SHORTSNow. 51.20 ..
    ALL WOOL BATHING TRUNKSNow72
    ELECTRICAL & HARDWARE DEPT.
    10028 x 14 DUNLOP TYRES
    To clear at S2.83 each
    10028 x I1.. RIMSl Stainless)
    To clear al $4.27
    100 ALUMINIUM CHAMBERS (Large) ,
    To clear at S3.49 ..
    ENAMEL SAUCEPANS
    3'l-pl. 5-pl. pl. 8-pt. 11-pt.
    SI.68; 81.82; $2.01: S2.22 $2.11 each
    ENAMEL BASINS
    PRICES: 60c. Ii;!c. 69c. 78c. SSc. and S1.05 each
    ENAMEL PL VIESclearim: al 37r each
    ENAMEL SLOP PAILS with and without
    CoversS2.38 and $1.91 each
    PLASTIC BREAD HOARDSnow 73c each
    GOOD RADIO BUYS
    BATTERY SETS$152.40 each
    A.C. SETS9110.181 and $132 81 each
    ELECTRIC IRONS (Hawkins Heal Control
    SI I 08 each
    36 HAIR BROOMSclearim: al S2 55 each
    1,400 Feel V RUBBER HOSE (Garden) 18c fool
    MILK CAN'S Reduced Ir. m 81.96 to 96c each
    CHEESE SLICES
    Reduced Irom 53.611 In 91.08 ..
    CAMPING STOVE
    Reduced from ............. $11.25 to $8.25 ..
    CIGAR BOXES Reduced from $12.00 to $6.00 ..
    PRESSURE COOKERS (Modern Maid)
    Reduced from.....S17.00 t.. $7.50 ..
    Illl. BOO POACHERS (12 Bjjfj)
    Suitable lor Hotels
    Reduced from.............810.78 to $5.00 ,.
    TASTF T TOASTERS
    Reduced Irom So.60 to 51.60 ..
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    SILK DEPT.
    3.8 M " 44 yd.
    82.88 la $1.32
    -'II. to 11.32
    --' 58 to $1.44
    Hit Ki S1.K8
    $1.50
    MOSS CREPE-ull shndei
    R< .1.....il from
    WHITE MOSS CREPE
    Reduced from ......
    ART SII.K I'liil I from
    BLUE MOROCAINE from
    sl.lPPl.l". SATIN fr.....
    PINK ITGD SATIN
    Reduced from ...............
    I REPE NIHIIIM
    Kcdutcd I ruin
    METAL IMPRESSION C.EORGETII
    Now ................
    plain i.i nKi.i ii i
    Reduced from $2.16 to 11.31
    vl I III: CREPE Reduced from 83.31) to (2.64
    Will II. CREPE Reduced from $1.46 to $1.00
    WHITE CREPE CLOQUE
    Reduced from .............. $3.24 to $2.HH
    WHITE SATIN & TAFFETA STRIPE
    Reduced from $3.33 to $2.40
    WHITE BROCADE
    Reduced from $3.36 to $2.00
    PLAID TXFFETA
    Reduced from $2.28 to $1.56
    PI \ll> TAFFETA
    K. .in. ..I from ............
    (HECK TAFFETA
    Reduced from
    PLAID TAFFETA
    Reduced from
    FLOWERED CREPE
    Reduced from
    FLOWERED ART SILK
    Reduced from ..........
    STRIPED CREPE now ...
    I LOWERED CREPE
    Reduced from .
    POLKA DOT GEORGETTE
    Reduced from
    I LOWERED CREPE
    Reduced from ... .
    FLOWERED CREPI
    Reduced from ..........
    ART SILK PLAID now
    yd.
    yd.
    y-.
    EMI to 8/- yd.
    sl.w to $I,S4 yd.
    yd.
    yd.
    yd
    yd.
    yd.
    yd.
    yd.
    yd.
    yd.
    yd
    yd.
    yd.
    yd.
    yd
    yd.
    yd.
    Td
    yd.
    yd
    $3.00 to $2.00
    n I ".< to $2.tM
    $3.19 to $2.40
    $J.I7 to $2.40
    $1.05 to 72c.
    ............. He.
    81.92 to 1.S0
    $1.98 to $1.00
    S2.88 to $1.92
    S1.92 to 81.50
    ......... S1.M
    DRESS GOODS DEPT.
    ART SILK SPIN
    Reduced Irom .......M no to 14c. yd.
    SEERSUCKER U.S.A.
    Reduced from $1.20 to *c. yd.
    FED. SPUN Reduced from $2.11 In $1.3* yd.
    TOOTAL LINEN Reduced from $2.37 to S1J2 yd.
    MOYOA8HEL LINEN (Fid.)
    Redured from $2.25 to $1.75 vd.
    MOYGASHEL LINEN (Plain)
    Redured from ..................... $1.53 to $1. >d.
    I.IKI0 Yards CHECK MIAMI
    To Clear at ......... $1.50 y*
    ART SII.K LINEN STRIPE
    Reduced from $1.4 to $1JI yd.
    DOTTED LINEN
    Redured from $|.5 le S1.32 ..
    PLAIN LINENNine ........................*T.3Z ..
    FIGURED SPUNNow $1.00 ..
    GENTS HATS
    $7.54 to $4.80 each
    $5.75 to $4.00
    WILSON HATS
    Reduced from
    M.O.UEEN HATS
    Reduced Ii.i.i .........
    .Kill KELTS
    Reduced from $3.21 to $2.40
    .'"II PELTS
    Reduced [ran ........... $3.01 to si.KU
    BLACK RAIN CaPES
    It. .1.....' Irom $7JO to $3.00
    GABERDINE RAIN COATS
    Rediin.'d from $19.56 to $15.00
    $53,000 MERCHANDISED SLASHED!
    " LINEN DEPT
    48' FLOWERED CRETONNE
    .....Reduced from ........................ $2.10 to 8 yd.
    48" FLOWERED SPUN
    Reduced from......................$3.12 to $2.52 yd.
    36" x 3" PLAID TABLE CLOTHS
    Reduced Irom ................. $1.5* to $1.08 each
    NURSES COLLARS New...................16c. ..
    TURKISH TOWELS 36 x III"Now 72c. ..
    41" TAPESTRY ..........................$3.12 yd
    DAMASK TABLE CLOTHS 54 54
    Reduced Irem $4.00 to $3.00 each
    COLD. COTTON TABLE CLOTHS In x 48"
    Reduced Irom $2.1$ to SI.50 each
    COLD. It 1 VON TABLE CLOTHS 38" X 38"
    Now $1.30
    MANCHESTER DEPT.
    28"
    28"
    28"
    28"
    30"
    38"
    38"
    28"
    36'
    28"
    36"
    36"
    COTTON PRINT .....................
    PRINTED II CORD ......................
    COTTON FUGI ...............................
    COTTON FUGI ...............................
    KURUPUNG COTTON
    GREY DOMESTIC
    FLOWERED PRINT
    COTTON POPLIN Now
    CASEMENT Now
    GREY INDIAN HEAD Now
    New 60c
    . 70f
    SOf
    ... 5*
    .. 7S
    .. n$
    .. S8<
    .. m
    .. 0e
    56c. >
    64c.
    si.mi
    yd.
    FANCY DEPT
    LADIES' HANDBAG- (Plastic)Now SI.80 each
    LADIES' HANDBAGS (Leather)
    Now SLIM! each
    LADIES' PLASTIC HANDBAGS
    Now 81.50 ,.
    CHILDREN'S RAYOs BAGS Now 48c ..
    CHILDREN'S PLASTC BAGSNow 72c ..
    WOMEN'S ALL WOi-l. CARDIGANS
    AMoiied Checks -Now ................$3.00 ..
    Open Hand KNITTED PULLOVERS
    All Pure Wool Sow . $5.00 .
    IIOI.YROOD ALL WOOL PULLOVERS
    Attorted Coleurs Now...... $5.00 ..
    BOYS' POLO SHIRTSNew.......... lie ..
    Ladle.' RAYON HANKIESto Clear at 12c ..
    Ladles' COTTON HANKIESto Clear ill I2f .
    PEARL NECKLAC1S
    (Single Strand! Now 10c ..
    LADIES H0ISERY & UNDERWEAR
    $5.76 to 84.00 each
    SHOO to $7.50 ..
    .$2.97 to $2.28 pair
    $1.12 to 90c ..
    RAYON NIGHTDRESSES
    Reduced Irom.......
    TRICOT NIGHTDRESSES
    Reduced from
    NYLON PANTIES
    Reduced from .
    RAYON PANTIES
    Reduced Irom ..........
    CHILDREN'S CREAM RIBBED VESTS
    Reduced Irom 70 each. Now 2 lor SLIM
    SILHOUETTE BRASSIERE
    Reduced from...............$3.60 to SI.80 curh
    BRASSIERES (Samples) Now 60c ..
    GIRDLES (Samples) Sl.00 ..
    Vent-A-Rav Combination
    PANTIES SKIRT (Short)
    Reduced Irom $3.00 each Nov. 3 for $1 00
    Venl-a-Rav Combiaatioa
    PANTIES & SKIRT (Ions) No si.Ml ..
    JERSEY RAYON NIGHTDRESSES
    Redured from $4.15 to 83.00 ..
    CARHIVAL
    of
    BARGAINS!
    LADIES HOISERY & UNDERWEAR
    NYLON TRICOT VI.IPS
    Reduced Irom . S5.72 In 85.00 ..
    CHILDREN'S COTTON PANTIES
    Reduced Irani 18c Melt to 3 pairs for $1.00
    ".II Dozen HAI.LITO HOSIERY
    (51 Gntfe Byron)
    Reduced from ..... $2.59 to 81.98 pair
    Ladies' BATHING SUITS One-Piece Laalex
    Reduced Irom $14.00 to $9.0(1
    Indies' BATHING SUITS Two-Piece Laitex
    Reduced Irom S9.MI to sl.M)
    ladies' BATHING SUITS One Piece Ripley
    Reduced Irom $16.00 to $10.00
    lattice' PARASOL-;
    Reduced from MM to $3.00
    Ladies' Art Silk BLOUSES
    Reduced Irom ..... $11.00 to $7.20
    Ladies' Art Silk BLOUSES
    Reduced Irom $14.00 In $9.00
    SHOE DEPT.
    Ladies' 'HyireeV SHOESMich Heel.
    While, III... I. and Blue. Nn-tuck & Suede
    Reduced Irom.......$12.77 to $6.50 pair
    Ladies REPTILE SHOES
    Brown. Grev. Red and UeiaV
    Reduced from $4.71 to $2.95 ..
    Ladies' CANVAS SHOESwith heels
    Sizes 3 to 4'z
    Reduced from S2.2I to SI..'." pair
    Five Line* LADIES' SHOES
    Approx. Cost $5.00 pair. To clear at $3.50 ..
    Eight Lines LADIES' SHOES
    Approximate Cost 810.00 to 8I2.MI
    To clear now at $6.00 ..
    A large assortment of GENTS SHOES
    Sizes 8 to lO'.i Average cost 810.00 ..
    To clear at S7.00 ..
    Four Lines CHILDREN'S SHOES
    Reduced from $4.00 to $2.40 ..
    The CERT' FOOTBALL BOOTS
    Normal Price $7.00 To rlrar at $5.00 .
    WOOLLEN DEPT.
    Ill \lllli\l I TWEED
    Reduced Irom
    TROPICAL SUITINGS
    Reduced from.
    TROPICAL SUITINGS
    Reduced from..........
    TROriCAI. SUITINGS
    Reduced Irom.......
    HI.IE SERGE
    Reduced from................
    HERRINGBONE TWEED
    Reduced from
    STRIPED TWEED
    Reduced Irom
    Sarloris' 2-Piece READY MADE SUITS
    (Tropical)
    Reduced Irom. S3936 to $32.00
    Moycashel TROPICAL PANTS (Grey)
    Redured from $13.36 to $12.50 pair
    .........$5.13 to $3.00 yd.
    .....$4.82 lo $3.60 ..
    ..........$7. to $4.00 ..
    $7.04 to $5.50 ..
    . ..$8.22 to $7.75 ..
    $5.75 to 8180 pel
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    SHIRT DEPT.
    81204 to $10.00 yd.
    SHIRTS
    ss.:|7 I.. S4.00 each
    85.73 In $3.60
    CONSULATE TUNIC
    Reduced Irom.....
    VERNON SHIRTS
    Reduced from
    SPARTAN SHIRTS
    Reduced from 83.02 to S3.M
    H.G. SEA ISLAND COTTON SHIRTS
    Reduced Iron S6.7I lo $5.50
    PEGASUS I Ml OKI Ii SHIRTS
    Reduced from $6.65 to $1.00
    RAYON SHIRTS. Red from $2.37 to $1.18
    PEGASUS MESH SPORTS SHIRTS
    Redured from SJ.07 to 82.00
    TIESRedured from 72r. to Mb
    ( (II ION ANKLETS. He'd Inini ate. to 44c.
    idol WOOLLEN ANKLETS
    Reduced from SEIIX l 81c
    IDOL WOOLLEN II HOSE
    Redured from $2.48 to SI.08
    IIOI.EPROOF II HOSE
    Reduced from $2.77 to $1.68
    HOI.KPHOOF WOOLLEN ANKLETS
    Re'd from $1.76 to $1.44 & $1.40 to 81.08
    PURE LINEN VESTS
    Red Irom S6.72 to $4.50 & $5.23 to $3.84
    PURE LINEN SHORTS
    Reduced from H I.; lo KM
    BATH TRUNKS
    Red frum S5.6I
    SPORTS SHIRTS
    Kediued from
    HOYS' SHIRTS
    Red frum $2.31 lo S1.92 & SLID In $1.08 ..
    FLOWERED SPORTS SHIRTS
    Reduced from $2.92 (o $2.00 ..
    PEGASUS UHLFTIC VESTS Now $1.20 ,.
    PEGASl'S HRIIr SHORTSNow SI.20 ..
    ALL WOOL BATHING TRUNKSNow7If
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