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r I'M.I TWO RL£ GIRLS INTER SCHOOL ATHLETIC SPORTS To be Held 11 KENSINGTON On FRIDAY. 16TH MAY. 1952 •IT 1.311 P.M. \rin„..i„„ i Ken-melon Pavilion I t 'hiiilir.,, <.ri George Challenor 3d. Confidence Ir The General -.CND V.>VOCATK SI Mill MAY II. IS2 SAN A\"TONIO. Trim, M.„ o Mr*. Margaret Dodo nay she is confident lh.,t her hus. band rftigadirr General France Dodd and those trying to reacu. him from Communists i. K. Island prison camp "will on 1U : the Mum thins • Inttn lewcd at Fort Houston law to-d.r. SK. POlaed and smiling She ui.i I ulmort coWlen, re* i will absolute! i ttM right things.PLA1A I III 1IRI s iii-\i in*. %  •> % %  H \nit ml i t *1 I M P M HERE COMES THE GROOM RICJL^LAVOR RETURN Of MONTE CRISTO K AZA N IMPIHt tODAt %  %  S nilli.ii>! nan, John DDtgK t 1 COBB THF FAMILir SECRET SXThA abaci: tOOI.ISR nrSNT P.r.mPuel Bri ll— Be— II, el OI.V.MIMI T.-4lai. M.a LM %  ( I (.tow J.I-CCO R. THt FLYING SERfVANT I ACCUSE MY PARENTS nFTH Hl>IJMI> t.- 4 Brag. i ... B...J Abt-,,1 Lou U HERE COMtS THE COEDS CAPTIVE WILD WOMAN MOW HVP.1*. Itontalhan. flyd CharMw MARK OF THE RENEGAOF >\iltA inn .i I aaaan taac MAI H GLOBE TROTTERS HOltOAY IN HAVANA 4. LOBE %  OUR VIB\ LAfti CH4NCI At .,..„.,„ %  ;„,. B ,^ 1 .„, ,,,. a.^il • Iso la ion...! H||„ „„ ..I,, " %  ^W REFRESHING %  ^ .^ure yourself .'.id / %  lerdsy morning Ly n.W.I.A. : -m the i" %  ... of the ibado* Publicity C'.'.imltlee In York. Urport to ii 11 I tOrey Boy***, Secretary and 4 >r. lively (the Barbodo* Publicity Comi Daniel I be -tjying n Hotel Ro-pal, baa -ome out learn fell she ean .iboui R.r.... %  i-toplr New YotK about It hrn discing tourism <>n her return. iVhlle here she rtOpW lo l<>ui lnd ..lift rill, the various i Student Returns HRiaVTOt'HER SMITH a Itud*IH of the laodie School. 'urned dim St Kiltvr-u-iv afternoon by R.W.I.A after ending the Ea>t*r holld... MUl t parenta Mr. and Mr*. Charles nith of Basseterre Sugar FacChrlatopher la .1 nephew of Mm. C. Shepherd of St Tiinmn* RccHousing Experts 1 RAVING for Antigua on ThursI-. by n wi.fi weir M. •on and Mr. Heccxpert* un "aidod ng from the USA. to Barbados to with Mr W. M. WoodBull d t n fl Development Advuer to the Compt rol lei I111 Ui'velopnient and Welfare. Mr Hanson and Mr. Garcia who apem about a week here rtaylni; al the Marine Hotel, are muktnt; a pii'llminary tour >f the w-hobCaribbean region. They have been ...-credited to the Caribbean Commlealon undYi four" -rheme of the lt;nlUii State* t;overnment and I will be lavalls'i'lc for the next two lyeera to the Caribbean terrltoru Id advlt* on aided aelf-hclp houaJnr nchemca—achemee under which roepecttve occupier, bull.: .their own houaea with governmn 'ht-Jp in the forrn o( material* at. r>e,.irtmcnt in HC thi ii'iia latvth to spend aome of in Trinidad. Mi last In Bnrbados in ihe Kuejtt .if Mi '.V.-lIlnpl<.', Qahib tfaltum MiMARION 11 VMM B.C. HaaJth Visitor A MONG the pjisaenwer 1. morn in 1 Sanclio. He It s,, -' k( '%  '" ensmren,,, appienilcc in thi fJO0fto t O.il Krt. tf*"* 1 *" '^.V ,T m Federal Engineer.' Department Ofj II,-. :b,do a f* rt frorn ^' hl -'' PLeamar-J Nlanda. baa been award. I (h. Larty Nelst.n from Itntlnh Gui.ma \1 Visitor Sanchn who la holiday, la the gueat Angela Bart of FUvtr R<'.i Merchant in Venezuela M R. t"ARI/>S HETHENCOlJRT Jnr, .. merchant ui Venezuela, arrived ft re yesterday via Trinidad by B. V.J.A.. for about iwo weeks holiday. He waa All Well in lllyrta! K VHI'HH reaching tin w-ar.d from behind the brown -artaan say that all H going well is. ftryos that Is, the *tag of •if where rehearN'lghi are now In "telr final week. Tbough two c;jr! are nt one point % %  progreM •ce, there bi • 111time In thiv very res1 so far. No one has beart—which feel th.it |£ Hi'upeare was gun.. tot rehearsa a have been going on for weeks. betaf on*i more proved that flowing cOalumes and good lighting will compensate for acres of painted scenery. Thi show Is being given on every night of the week starting on Monday 19th. with the exception of Wednesday. which is being; reserved for a -.pedai performance, though it may be possible to release a few scab. for the general public on that right KHV It looks as if anyone who wanted seat had better apply to 1 lb Council -" W-akencld Htl'Si II • %  ,.. prettv quickly !• %  ,-,. t ilnre .1 ShukcMr. J. A. W. GRIFFTni Awarded Scholarthip NOTIFICATION h a ^ a*n '". received from the Secretary f State that Mr J A. W. Griffith, accompanied by hi* wife and dad ve*terria\ family and Qan Sam Lord's Castle staylnff it may be vea,rs more ed, under ihe Empire Tr.ur,init lief ore anyoruU prepared to de.Scheme. a scholarship for a vote -a much lime and hard work diploma course in Civil Engineer, to t.utt.ng on another one. ing. leading to exemption from Parts A and B of the AMICE Mi. Grimth, a Barbadian, was educated at Harrison Collage and the Antigua Grammar School. He the James Street—Speight*la the son of Mr. G. B. Griffith turned from Trinl> c t i n | Police Magistrate of .. by District A' and Mrs. Griffith of Methodist Minister nr.V. FRANK LAWRENCE town Cii nut On Business IJERK on s fifteen-day B.W.I.A after paying a visit to Holligan Road, his son Mr Alan Lawrence of 1 :roi Board. Returning to U.S.A. A FTER spending 36 years th ousinesis Mr. Jacob Kiperman, I'nrtnc, of Kiperman Bros, Phlla^ the U.S.A. Miss Albertha eiPhi.i Mat Manufacturers of San Taylor, sister of Mrs. M. Goodlng Barbados delegates who attended e>rnando. He came in yesterday of NorhanV* R. ad. paid a short the Fifth Conference 15.w.i.A., iitmi Trimvisit to the island. She will be erotio,. of Civil Ser' Maying at the Hotel returning shortly and begs to extion in Grenada. Civil Service Delegate A RRIVING from Trinidad yesterday morning by B.W.I.A. Mr. A. E Lewis one of the LaalaBaBaBBBBBaV^^J P ^114^ in dad in. Royal. Visited Their Daughter M R. AND MRS WALTER CORBIN of Worthing, returned on Thursday by B.W.I.A.. from Triii.diid where the spending a holiday with their son-in-law and daughter. Mr. and ,he Gold Coast who spent part of Mrs. Burke of "Vlstabella. South nis *>> lidoy i n Trinidad with his Piimdad. relatives, arrived here on ThursMr Corbin is a Director of da >". b v B.W.I.A to spend the reMesanf, Martin D"orW and Co ""ainder with his mother Lady Ltd. 1 '.eie-Smlih. %  of the Fedrvice Assot lntion in oronacia. id her sincere thanks to all her At the conclusion of the Confriends and family who made her Terence Mr. Lewis went over to Trinidad to have a look at their hoipttals very pleasant one. Comptroller cf Customs M R. HUGH H'CIE-SMITH. Comptroller of Customs of H-"fih Focu SerOs 00 YOU KNOW 9 -why you get headaches wbflD your system's out-ofonbr? Oaaeo given off by 4L !" ffi£S!tL L%l,ne%WotPfi and tarried to tba l'ldn. They causa not only headacftea, but tlredn-ss. irritability and general litwitude. It'a simple to keep your -it free of clogging inftlerlnls. Ttuco a r-n,nkling Andrews %  \-t .-.nit nitfht or mornOdl rwn him a gentle, minnilftting; action on att th.hirostlvo organs. Keii'umbftr— Andrews for Inner Cleanliness rrnr Enrolment and Talk O N MONDAY nifcht at 0 o'clock. \A Misa Margaret Hart, Advisory 1T1 On Short Visit For Medical Aid I N Barbados for medical treut1 ment is Mr A. ViUanueva, retired floor walker of Messrs. D. Hope Ross and Sons, Trinidad. He arrived >esterday morning by B.W.I.A. accompanied bv hi* daughter Mrs. R. Oakley who will iw remaining for a weak. Mrs. Oakley la an accountant of Messrs A. S. Bryden and Sons Trinidad) Ltd. Congratulations Secretary to the Y.W.C.A., l n the West indies, will tell memberof the Local Y.W.C.A., of some of her experiences. The meeting takes place at the Y Headquarters. Pinfold Street There will SlfQ be an enrolment. n Fnd.iv lntrnn.it M' 1 SEYMOUR WILLIAMS. c^ r L?d ry s ;"K !„. r „ r Tred' c o r' ;RAfi LAT,6Ns ~ i "" *"* uv bv n.W.I A on a short ^ 's, Dcacoin Road years of welghlw. Tudor of Edlthvillepme Road returned ,-.• Girl Guides Fair D R. COLIN TUDOR, son of Mr, Many happy m and Mrs. J. Q. Tudor of liftln "' juaI C E JACKSON. Chief Justice of the Windward and Leeward Islands, paasc d throui.* H.W (.A He went over to S* J T 0r A A P. Dlreetor of Medical Services. First For Girls well 3—8 p A PRECEDENT will be created Therq were the usual ..muset^V. I "V 1 ,h Jf. nrsl ""'""School* "*"** ''"'children such BS the Sports for Kirls will be held at W "' rortune. ond the Ulckv Kensington oval on May 10th at C.' 1 ?, J hen} wa also the Cako '. %  .,. p -. m Queen's College, Si. fffr* JiW 0 ? G ui>d, the HouseMchaeiv Girls'. Foundation Girls'. %** SSS C J^****. SSS, AKxandra, and tha Alleyne GIrlff -V V Sfack and Milk Bars Schools will be represented. T' 1**' nd manv " <'' Staua, The results of these Schools at o.wT 1 i vas al " a ,ni '' •* Ujatr annual sports have provad Kit" h 1 ,,cvr C" an(l 'he f&£ nleresting and events should he ^", ffiS* ""L,^"P-"'vision of keenly contested. *££* %  "n*""" rendered u pro** "1 appropriate .ift Eczema Itch Killed in 7 Minutes r-nf fcir. Hi.nc.iti, • anUMattM tSTti IMIHTKL" "'-/'••"'kir.g' Krim p.1liw dtirnlnn. ACD*. RlBIWIItil. IVHIMll WlaikrM>. I Plitiplsx,, Koi It'll asinl "lhi Wmi.h iJHtaars "•am..n< ai only I -11 | mar* r-nI l-t-nxi. HlUi i". f-rmi ID I %  asaatasaa4 1* n 1-. 1... — .. •, %  Mil. clear, %  ilra.li>.-. n,r.,ih ikin In on* •>•• %  ,. r it.oi.av Nuk .0 r-niifi of •mpty parKasa (lei gtiaianl4 rtuMtrm fn mvour'll'mHI lodarai I Nlxoderm v !" ;;^ rer Shla Treitble* 6ialia Moke youra with CANADA DRY Quinine Waltr B.O.A.C. Sales Manager Addresses Hotel Men iBf^K^ P*wa ag&aam* -^--" a pea s & xP !" He said tKat he had first visited '""null commlaaion to thcr age.it, '•'"''' lla.hado. live ears ago and on !S. n 1 , !" "' r V" lon ,h '" ""> %  ThU w ' "> opportunitv which .ch aulmqueni visit he had note,, J! 1 "><•'* % %  %  been a Point uhlcK. ahotild not be m!Sid "t In 1J„ with plooaure the pcopei that ?J2, "? """• " I'* Barludo; >r il would be a !" n ' $Ll"SL had been made in general, but in **V" '""'neau betore, ond now '<"it would recur The H n r the tourlrt facilities and or.ni... """ "" been cleared up-at Sales Man.gerTnen .iked M^t lion In pwicular. Thai he had "•" '• '•' •• "" %  mwiber holel, BgrMog Hotel. Tm-S now been able to all dow„ with "S" ,J" !" !" a -'be Agent. kin, advantage of havlni i %  lie Hotel Aggoriailaa, and Uattn sho ld be informed. aJi connection with Puerto rrSde". W :^'. Th ^f""}""' !" ,t d "'*",„''"w^h uiveilS h< """ """ 'W< "^ !" made vtrj good atari, and. If ann p,o,^,„n ,,i.te I.T Ii., ," """.P*"** <"^"ng the summer tne pace were noiintalned, c; ch J„, „!1 .,L_ J rtgent.. montha, and advised the Aaan. '^ss^t£& t tSB is?.r B h,i 5 atr B SiBSSftSg&jEf&Js s — e> £&sKsr^\Si .dd 1? 1 """~ ""•'' "1 Miami. Florida in October thla preaenl tune, il iftheir i, oml rr3SVA ^xms-s^s^ ^t^zris^ 7 ^ memoir, and he"^M h.'t "" !" "J %  "" rtn ' -*"• P**" '<" Barbados "f riilmtlTff iTrd-r £srz -r.?, a cSs,trtr Stftaaj rater' •" ,h ssu.5a GLOVEUS MEM SHOES KHOBLMMm 01 ALITV BLACK & TaWf from $10.19 to $10.78 MEN FIELD BOOTS $11.96 T. R. EVANS & WHITFIELDS ^ DIAL 4220 YOUR SHOE STORES DIAL 4606



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SI MiAV. MAV II. IKI -I SliW \I>M" VI I \<.K HIKKI: Al I lie (inriua SU3VIMER FARE Gardening Hints Farm And Garden !" I \" lTU For Amateurs Last week'* article described "iip—king personally I find that the sudden upward trend of the thermometer that we have been experiencing the last few davs calls for entertainment in a light vein and h w lo build rock garden Tim I am happy to report that the three new films I haw seen *Jj l "' r wl riM with ho '" ill in this category, even though one of them is a murWhen nil the rocks m der slorv. The two Plazas are offering "HAPPY GO LOVEanranared and in pi.. %  LY" (Bndyeiuwn |. which lives up to its title and "HERE £**f*^ "1S 1 J, pi "* 1, fc in E?"T COMES THE GROOM" (Barbarees). w.th Bing Crosby. S3L 8 jg* \£%£T%£ while the Globe is showing "THE STRIP" with Mickey up %  good mixture of black Rooney. mould, manure and charcoal, and Lets bl-itin with "Happy Go :onger interested tn an* pTOposIif P 0 ** 1 **-* "me %  ••* %  lovely*'. David Nlven. Verm-Clan tion concerning marriage with him lh apweea. banking it high, for id Caesar Romero are theprtntfafel refreshing, light-ai%  feather musical. Proceeding at a *y. bouncing pace, this comedy%  f-errors concern* an Americar 'heat rival Uvup who are htivnig a i "Ugh time financially to get their musical show on for the EdinhorRh Festival. Lair for rehearsal one become engaged to her V^ !" wealthy soc.alite boas, to our repoiier hatches a plot to lure her hack to him This entails, among Othei things, his living—complete ith children — on the nance's palatial estate: converting a distani ousln of the groom-to-be from a Irab, sedate blue-Mood Into a morning, one of the chorus girls glimour girl and having her take ._ Ihumhs a ride to the theatre ir the bride's place at the wedding„,',,. F what turns out to be the car of a rehearsal. When the bride dlscovP"* nU lh 1 or* that her stand-in is in love i' u L_ u p with the groom, an all-in lady wrestltna; scene ensues and it is not until Ring pulls the last jce out or the pack that he gets <• mot the two kids. nil be considerable slnkge after a few days watering. Water tiie rock garden sjftd In the whole thing settle fa a wee*, in the tneantlm. refilling any parts that need It After this, the rock garden *rn>uld be in a fit state to be planted up. Choke af Plants There Is a wide choice l-e used i rock garden. need by M \S>\ I Bj JkORH t>| AT this time of the %  i tab!* garden calls lor of i-oDiants..ii.>'i It < transition from the .1 w tair^uu?U Such as n,,d Central Africa "Declaration gardest. hut xurii VlkB they will w.*k to achieve choi it grevn spinach I heV'for "ol'yhocks. would be most uniuit'Decl..raiu.i "* ror able for a rock gameri. Iu* suoh which they RIHK plays with hi' usual carefree, good-natured, easy munne: and his scenes In the >rph;iri.i< Leaves hi wet sacking plant, a Coreopau. for wainjg the future"fderation of Souwrri MJP^ f-"" 1 .end ,hem.lves fisremelv wK.ndlJJ-gj.iJ. ; OTfSSw'jwaVT^h! Conslderadon must be gJven to K !" ya VmM "'" T n B ^ te tST-re the position of the rock garden. The plan was revcil JUfl fancj our hu\ when chocadng what plants to speaker nt i> iniblu In nig to import liimeu" spn his nurx use. for it would be no good puu D. hal It aBn be so easily grown fi-ru MI* I, ting in plants thnt like sun in a j; v tg ,f "*' "' plants' shady posiUon or vice versa. In Aitwinnii who nu an w. selecting the plant-, try to get as tl; i mi l -evtk. |IM farm, prepai il P"5* an d .„„ awat n variety of colour as pos. ami and. "'. and this colour will be far ,\ IC R,,,, :I :ini | Tanganyika iev.caji vreala such %  ••— if arrangiHi m ; pona the slgnatW i orn and Guinea corn ither than in small v ill be Ul 'ull >wlng. And let The speaker, T. W I bW irdy be ,.H :, ill" %  ^L. 1-^.2" a ^K Council, said iaaaarlaa, glaO niseu the saillllP %  Uwr. was a ahortat.' -' Jk€n g faamd Ilia ramad> to rastara YOUTHFUL VIGOUR This foang mti was btlag premaTureiv seed by kldaa* lie tells lo bit tattas how hruscban **'• bim back" *4e baal i'. alter weak* of pain — 9 % %  1 MI fie r*d for sraaks fTOSa Hi,-. ii..'.il-ie r.J fait ilka aa • It t.ugh I am only SL If I stooped to do anything n was aginv to str.iKbtsn as again. Heveral peopfa adslaaa n totryKros!hnilaJuiaaUMB bad foMTil D'.'iii wondarfu). 1 triad them and 'ound tbay gav* me relief from pain, and I fait batter in avary way. 1 shall kaap OQ wllf, ths dally doa t.cua 1 ,n T • ii >lav' i w..ik *aa no* -M any tha woraa for It." Vmssa taa kiaaaya ranoUaa properly. ca>rtain ar.ta waar instead of being aipeUed allowed to pollute the. prodstream and proi • %  Caro N*. year old A of th sung by sixteen Ma quisltelv oli soprano. Ring's own numbers, ins: |,| eluding II song and dance routine roan effect. with Jane Wyman are catchy and |. ir ge groups ._. nttraetive and in one of them he lllW f, eiP uui thpre Therefore. gets intTther with Louis Armlf planting Sweet Alyssum d„ not b, „ KVJI.IK Bgma. strong and other well-known itan. pil rne plant here and another Jlfcl European Settlers Jane W>-man L pert and peppery c |oa* by there, but plant .1 group > ns the bride wavering between two ^t puinta close together so that grooms and franchol Tone i.nd when flowering they will form VKRA FM.EN Smith bring plentv of laughter to their roles of Kostonian aristocrats. All In all, a good-natured Aim with eoodnatured people providing the tun ind Blng Crosby fathering r;ic bard" with easy grace and charm THE STRIP big drift of sno-wy white And now for the plant-greatAfricoi.co.liV.il. American and % %  Scottish millionaire and tottora vou can say Jack Robinson, rumour the nrodurer trvina to knuckle in may "• misleading but don 1 run rmaed u. stardom as a result of U o lh burieque or any asaoeln-ed umouretl betrothal and the bafct' v " a straight murder il.-d millionaire fast falling in love eatery w.th Mickey Rooney with he i m 11 ona re fast fnl :ng in ove %  "**• %  ^ %  •" — "-"^ !" ., — h the diorus g.rl. who thinks the central flrure Tor once the I iperman An hilarlPj w uneojnpliealed and be lev. ^i (ma J...i. ih. -r.-^ri^-" able and follows a suaight p..'.ti M SWEET AI.YSSL'M: Il another x-k garden plant which flowers in snowy white. Hermatmetu daisy wUl make 3 i...,...,. climax reveals the "reuorlcr" uu,c i lu Iolluws a aUaight pa ... 1? ESs^j&ssriK %**£*&. B t ?J^2, a .Inc. every9V . * %  % . % %  . -.. thint oui. IIOPP, <;., T^V-IV * - %  tmtm **m nUMum. yrtto club*, rMtflunntt n<1 Mm fffrwlovvly spl^h uf Boldcii wlluw Ihincuntmr Hie *lor>. arc plMSle* and the plot concern! • drum, h CuoH.ra^ MaMni-tUnn K-adan and .1 interludes and xm mer In a nUhl club who U .uv SJ !" V 5^1 k^i !" t„i "" r n "" ,1,-lithHul number, by Vera-Ilten pected of murder by the police i !"!" ;., C *S2 r "i'"'" ""*''^ „. ludln. • short modernise balwhen hi. former boa. a racketeer. ,%^, n'SE'El Jtuble and ,lancln i.. ,„ alway.. • and a anrlr with whom he I. m "f „"'•".'J5T '" %  u "' ble n Hili. and it icema to love, are found murdered. I)inn man > . Iitler and hotter. David Nlven U the unfolding of the itorv. mere Q lhr eoluured leave, we have In One form ai the weathly Scot are plenty of opportunities for ihe variaanted (oleus Then then, nnd hll well-known flair for some good entertainment numbers ^JT !" \" ^ii ,,. ,.', ironic comedy i. given gull rain, including som. dancing by Sally tmeriTolctur. ^^ while Caesar Romero contributes Tomest, whose aole aim la to gat ** of comedy as the hjrdInto pictures nnd who doeairt it.liid F au „„ u| ^ baaat. fast-talking produoer. P'lna how she achie\'es It: and some hot , h „. %  „. ,. njZ^Z fTsrt a newcomer to audience, this Jam session, with such famous Ins; f SJ %  • •*, g*"^ %  Ida of the AtlnnUc, Is a. cut. as musicians aa Louis Armstrong snd '" %  !" !" ^J^-!zLr?~, she CM. l>e and I should say. would J.ck Tcagarden a. well aa outer '""' lk ' h .f "** d *', C ^T """ r l2nr witching [ forgot to mention well-known members of Mr. ArmplaJiUwtaaly. and plant them In ahtaf. hand In thei. sessions, suitable positions t„ a. -. the boat Mickey Rooney Bl* a fine digresults. pan of his dexterity with the drum ss'siS anafisti -Si -& -st. le'-t'^jg VIcDamoneand Monica LewU and w -l< !"> very little atleuti •.'.. a geilUe some admirable egectitlons on the and It will be year. More It will !" sSS r^LXir~x^' BKaaa^ar 1 *-lthos hy director I' !" '* C"pra. [>,,„, he dramatic angle. a*Mn Bui before this, about once I Then, nil ..r :. ayldan.l t Isyaisilll Rooney acquits himself creditably ,„,. „ ,, Jue „ weU ,„ ,,,ni..ul.l In the Itrst serious role I have seen lne „„.,, orn e n in parts, aa mould i in and II is good to see him ao e, „, cashed away by ram and doing an adult role instead of the c „ nsu ,„, watering, and sometime L perennial adolescent. He combines ln M of „„. <:tm ^ ,,,. "'w^ arejeni in hi. aeUng^up^.."^ul "^ h.i'pTXr "Sic S !" ,:„tl ."newco^errK^ro'wn'. gf—j-; -* f £?• '"" who -ing. a eatChy tune called -A Ihe 'h''le. a rock ajirden is ,,..1 KM To Build A Dream On". Sally demanding part of the garde, and Forrest, as the entertainer, shows entail, lea. labour In upke.,. that she can dance, as well as act. do garden beds. I bon.iaMabei i "lini'iv cannoi ouah^m^hVad'oed. "had catcd their wiumgn.-i. to rovlde "" %  ' ' \, Cauu.00g.ixn annually f.a ",'-""' \ "'"*"' .'," years to a U ..t --"f' ''""1'" Verbe-a I. an excellent rock of such a le.lcr.,.. garden plant Verbena can be had '" "" .""' ," ii a teat vaiiTelv uf loyi-U MaI daaBrlbaas It aa "Ihi u u If'on Nave voiit bib es hnnd>, lull coloi,.'„'hich "lea* ver, j£Ll when mixed together in croups, saying u as . life for or when planted in a troup of ufjQ Xiuvt I Tan.iinone colour Ttds plant can be had v tk deep purple and various ^ ^^m ,, "JS principles set out by SI '-f ill %  ,d hl *oci:-s w % %  Rt| wner. (hat this pleamint. enjoyable muslil I-, fif course, in technicolor. -HEBE COMES THE GROOM" into boslerous slapstick and farce With Bin. Jane Wyman. Franchot \lexi Smith in the thick of II. The story concerns n B 08 0 newspaperman, played by Hing. In the U.8. from Fiance with two French orphans. only tbe tuld that unless he can IInd a mother for them within five .vill have to Kivethetr .,. on his ex-flanc*e. he ilnd* that she is definitely n>< _.. iroubleao ...plainia— hackaohe. rhaan %  LIITI aad siceaalva istiuua. Kruacfaaa Is ona of ilia Unas* Jiuratl'-s t>r kldnay aperlants. The small dally dose keep* the Itidnoisan.t >r her Internal oraa: i tia purillfil ad visoroua saslkl „, nsareat Chamin aa re lor Kriiii &B. anil ">"MII .arrhV ky a// Ftffui *afirfaifi.wi imufrJ er aV mMerMl willbr rrpfxrJ. A lu %  *)*( hvltfi'r tlv nsmt fc-rfuson avi I/K itlivJgr. 11 > ; , ft r a ultimo M %  1 jjfiorie b cokara around uV Ill need some I H IBtaj besi. i. I car old, the to, : should U I Bbirwarj vaal assi-t thrm to put on an abundant in rwUi aad Ibi >" Idi f i i |O0d( if not I. II the lust year, s i foi .. itm*u crop but in lbs f higher ruinl->ll is GllrirldU or 'quli u, i rapid gn oma ,...i;.i4 Ifaa W< I f %  : young and coITi' Il utl I) Ifopa its iliac i'"i %  in sreut profusion. It la l Into %  neat and ntn. dm od IDS pnmini i lake exrelleol rruiM Ihi itardi-n beds. When 'i.-hly rut. there la a fragrant of i inv.i hajr, i 'long r—inbtiicai •>> the ('M>M tna it ff^use wh i -i hedge AH a tree it u-eful in wa-te pi f'.r u* in rtaitV atal %  l^ul as ft re wood. OllricUla • ->n icnally eslahllshed from i ml tings. Fur hedg j purpoaas. plant tha teci ... gtd it'iuhle rows ahou li ehstj „|>iirt each way, V'-'-ft-^'^*^.-,* v*-**< IF YOUFEEL LIKE THISTAKE WINCARNIS TONIC WINE "GILT EDGE" Tool Sets % lluy now at these Special Price* iii'frTfj. /^ l!,ikc Hue %  llandfork Scoup — Fork — Slmicl BCCf svy i %  m To Help Grow ^^ a Garden vfe Like TWa! BARBADOS i O-0P tOTTOX I U TOBY M/lB. \ '/.V.'//a.W%'..V ^



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PAGE FCH-R Sl'NDAY ADVOCATE SUNDAY, MAY 11, 1*32 CONQUER PAIN WITH M utk in FOUHTH IMGKEDIEMT IS QUIMHEI *NACIN" %  the NMMMk Mrel*ver of ptn Its secret IIM in the IW i blending ol three *t!l-pron .d*c.nes (rfitnaceUn. Caffeine and AiatikaflfTlll Acrf) with a oufTH IngndtSM. And ihU fourth ingredient, which remtorce* the soothing action ol the other thrse. v Q N '• DO YOU SOFFEtt FdOK THESE P Then re the plm**NACiK' relieves, headaches, colds, toothache, rfceeesstne*. MMM P'". luaaaiget, mmmrwd p"w Aid. KS lourih ingredient. Quinine, brlnjs down feverish teropenturss fast ffM MEUEVE W/r?. .. 4f OtfCE/ li ecu ,ou very i.ti I CO bu, a 1 ta lk envelope of 'ANACIN*— snouth B bout of pain, Atio in handy boxes xmle* of SO tablet* for household me. f Doctors end oVnnsu in many pst* *f gj MTM 'cr welcomed ANACIN' f> i*e re'ic/" 0/ porn, *i Greet Arils* onv U.CCO dacto'i ond denuili recommend thfl Bad uie it . their iurfer.es I r so*£ • ANACIN' TODAY AHO ARM YOURSELF AGAINST PAIN 'MfcCIN HtfhMl fc-it •" %  %  ••. %  :" %  —•* "*• %  • fiHROUE t\/> CAMLTON DRAW Carlton, Empire Draw Game AN UNFAIR RULE SjEECSy s-y ALL OVER THE WORLD Good moraines bejjin with Gillette I rhough the Kskinm lives in (he cold .ill his days, For Blue Gillette shating there's vturmth in his praise. He knows when he's using the sharpest edge made, Gillette i> the name for both ra/or and Wade. Wiih Ciillctlc. eod cuslomcrs the work! ovn Htfo) i moo ti i, moncy-sa\ Ing shaves. I hero is iu hliule so sli.np anil none lh.ll lusts %  ,> long a* lllue elillcllc. And ihey %  Iwayi use a (iillcue Ha/or as "ell. Bes.mse i.i/oi ,in>t blade %  re ni.ule l,i| each oilier. 5 in,.',, 30 c Blue Gillette Blades TRADE ESQLIRIIH IO; T. OEDDIS tiKAM IIMIiii) OFFERING A FEW MORE USEFUL ITEMS • SANDING DISC CRITS IB. 24. 36 50 • MASKING TAPE • RUBBING COMPOUND • SPONGE RUBBER • LOY COLD PLASTIC METAL • PISTON SEAL • KASENIT CASE HARDENING • RAWI. PLUG DUROKIX • COPPER TUBINl • TYRE GAUGES (Car and Truck) • ENGLISH SOCKETS SETS • ENGINEER HAMMERS • HACKSAW BLADES ECKSTEIN BHOT BAY ST, I.N.S Of W.I. On Indian I .K. Four //> a > com> T*HE P*'i Knock-out competition has been the tnci •Dior football circles %  Mtc| .fT the compe-' th. First ail i. ,,',„ hurt week, there was a natural in.hr. ition of Interest towards the „ final eonpcUtion for the 1932 .season. toftf ^ Wh.ii has been most controversial ami indeestl enter1 laiaui I ... has been the first '.cmi-tii al hatwaan Emi ne and t %  ,.!,:. .ia) K. :, ngfa i, i„uon. kopn mi it reached in some of %  t:.n no credit .in cither team U Its in u-,i m iuu,*-|"HLRh wcro flashes don durlUj the K-me I f<.i syen not two wei DtaTliWf Hut nilainlv DM eanool X persistent foulimi fljigrant breaches of the laws of the pine and M Kcncral indication of bad trntpara ao abundaAtlj uhll td D9 OM |.-Livers on both bides. Tne rcfernwould have Uin ju5tifled in .ending off half tha tl %  %  ">' II Mn ror %  iMM ,,f fx.iball to deaen7 *~ Don, • n lca, ">>*e-f.,r-.,ir M, that Is desirable that w, ''""*"' %  "" u "' i-'m.i.; side, experienced plavera should assisi to the extent that they avoid all li „,i nianners. bmiriESt %  ntl out and out boorishncss. *~- '|RM % afternoon by the Knipin* find ('nrlt.m tcma and cvrUinly I cannot exonenUa, QlttOOj from UN he) could easily have Bent off Ive or iix of the wore* i" tUaregtrd for Uw and order this r.-.tii if We uiume foi tin ,- of argument that in some .-motc instance* the refereWng has been inexpert vet this Is not a %  .. to itsuM ui.-i.oud openly flim'i their authority. A cbOOl team has walked off the held VH bloc and to my mind %  St The disciplinan %  B \ K.A. nuat now make uncquivocable decisions in the uuareau of etttUnthai axe too many players still lic-poiliiui t%  fun.ro BarbadM ftball tha*. .iliould '• put on Sedellm-N FOR KVtB Ukd others could be stup<'nded say for %  -. %  ouiage the other ruffians, CIIKCK YOl \(.l It (IMS IIHI (pOME of tha > iUil be dissuaded at once from making Asuciutioii f.otball their recreation and n suspension of aay fifteen reari woukd %  || BO room In OUfln regurdfess f his pigmentution and i ajJd %  < %  deIhe OMsortunlty %  ( playing Used utttple. On Monday Barrisoo Couegi I oM I fpoxtaa who i only aatil ol the BkBtCh, Thr t'ollege team russed many ipportuf] i own fault that they did not t of a tangible superiority eaily in the game when i. In the second half nOWtvai BpTfJl ulliej and in the ciicunii must certainly disagree with a large number of spectators who from a jaundiced rtaw ly booed Spartan on their win. Spartan .ui|.i..>.-.i Collegd In the let %  it i half, and the school team %  d to press home an early advantage in tha firtl half, have ..ill., themselves to blame that they lot! the initiative in the match and %  m made the mo I ol the situation. COLLBOB WIN KEY GAME O N Wednesday HarrUOO CQlJaem in a key game with Lodge swamped the St. Joliii tWtora by six goals to love. This was a peculiar rha ixKige School, .vim wore aibvtonaly Utooaslng undas the %  on rot the Hist time, soon got into ne and certainly their defeat of six goals to love is no true indication of the respective standards of play up to the half UBBS interval. 1-HIW, Behoi tamttoi from well within .ne penalty area ii kieketl u penalty Up tOWardl tne niuui .is well tins did not assist then chances. Harrison ColiegS, aQUickei on the ball and tnetj sttacM Buco ..,, BRM a correipoikiiinc rise in thrust and n ai t .so when the CollesM had put uaamaaivei in the lead by three goals to love, there was no doubt tnat .i Dinner seoie Wl OlDO) h.uln ol loilege then .oudiy chanted --"Wo wai '.ney dad gel MX. But there is a limit to indulgence end t led "We warn ; INIHAN TV.AM IN UNlTt.U KIMUHlH I N VIKVV of the Inrlieoiniiiii VbUt 01 an Indian team to the Weft IndM % %  %  iriy oead '. %  .( Weal Induui rxlcafa circles ire rnore than ordhuuil) eonoernod with the progiess of the Indian team ih.i' to mutt Bngland. S'i far they have nniv played two oihci.il fixtures, one against which was drawn and the other lliey have lost to 1 am more or less concerned with the composition of the team. %  nice it is safe to predict that the "'.. of the member., who are at present on tour ol England y/Ul be m the line-up against the West Indies. V S. HAZARE. one oi tlM %  IS captain and he Mods no introduction to West Indian cricket circles. Th,Weil IndiI iut loin ol India within tilt* post few years will recall it once present members f the toun like II it Adhlkarl. fes i U. G. 1'hadk.tr. of bounders lame, P. It. Umrlgar, C. T SSTWaut, Uhulnm Ahmed and D. K. '. u k* wad. MANKAI) OUT *T^1IE fact that the team will U M. without the servict i <.r \ moo Mankad is a serious blow in a entire structure. Mankad is engaged with IIas!ini:den in Ihe i • %  %  ii d wmc %  chooss ol thought expressed the Opinion that he would .-till be %  vailabk in the Teiti. Hetent news frtim howevei point to the fact that sJtJppOl Ili/.-iv has not pi.miicd *" on including Mankad in liiTt.'. \ >> II\/\fti; team. Three of the team. Harare, himself. Shinde and Sarware toured F!hu:.iii,l in l!.4ij ,md n %  %  average age of the team is Lti and i' n. Lhi %  -am b mad* up of giid all round players, at least ou loputation, rather than specialists ne departmeot. CARLTQH: Lucas I Williams / EMPIRE Harper 2 — 2 Bx HttOMt; A LARGE CROWD of football fans went tu KensinyW £ ton Oval yesterday afternoon and saw Carlton and Emp.i %  play to a two-all draw in their football knockout fixture. Much foul play marked both halves ul ,— (Jittens had to use the whistle frequently w*ai the first to score minute before and then Empire equalised. At half half, Harpei THEKE istdentl in racinu which occasionally excite world opinion. Most frequent. and those which attract the mos. attention, are. un•raJnf the "warning" off of owners or trainers. Jockeys are suspended so often I > seldom Is any particular attention paid to %  aee. There are other instances concerning jockeys such as the famous (lht in tin KM ill always live in Ihe history of the turf %  ways on race but Empire had two goals in on kickd in the second foal, beating [-" tlu, l* '""' f ( 1"' 'w which ever took place in a well known classic Then in the second half the Carlton ct'ftodlan, Km* com,M '"t "d second horses. Another Instance of Cart(t>n kicked in their second pletely. The fn %  mg being made into a world Par Empire centre-forward the scon t 2—1 In Empire's :";'• ntad '"f w f ""' assmsallgeatloa of Craganour in the Derby of Harper acored both goals while favour "'' the fact that a Derby winner had never been disqualified lirukieUicas. inside right end O" the resumption Empire con,Jl Kasl not .immediately after the race! made Craganour perhaps C ft William., jruidc left kicked tinned to pile on the pressure on m ri J 1 """ 8 lh J* n ",!* n#d "" %  >''> %  won the event with.iut u. one each for Carlton, iMr nval. but Carltoo was Jlso h£?t ^V' 1 TC U "' 1 '" h '"" ""u :, "" ^^ Mid I K,!.h e lf i ; r T m lit iw 2* P JS , n 'l" ^SbKS" h '"'" %  ] ^ c Ul11 ""* %  M diltcrenee In the futur, careers kick ofl both sides tried to assert did not care for this exhibition. n f two horses themselves. The Carlton forwards ..HhouKh the incident is now nearly a i"cd down on the Empire deCorner Kick year nugh the columns of that excellent magazine "The Mice but Grant kicked the ball Lucas at inside right tried to British Kachor.." that I With due acknowledgements JsjhM and Referee Gittens sigscore the equaliser. I.ut he too was therefore to the Spring Supplemen: of this periodical let us get on with i, died for a corner kick. Lucas kicking wide of the %  Dal. Then the I..eked Ui i-ll /...... HJM i when the half was 15 minutes Into the goal to put Carlton one '•, u.*m, r;.M—.. .ir.-ii-a — -T 1 raa in Praawa and the Prix du up on Empire. Everyone was £, co r rn "' lr k jn Em P""e .This was a. %  iiv > is about to be run The favouramased to sea a goal acored from *"'*'' d '' v H '''V,',",," "" s l ^ c Em t,c %  "• J '., Bteambra. Alao in the race is another coll this corner kick, but the Emplrd gr? rt P*' n d *'"?"," wh ? T* ^St^uM; ?*"' '"'' M " •* ha ' ? 'eeently won players were no perturbed Soon £ and n "' fhp m j ddl tf ,vU ''^"luielv rtmnug the ., ,w . i !" J Empire area unmarked, kicked tt* %  , S-l^H. >..!.. the game again became fast ay | ijjlit ,. %  'ion in French racing must be explained, in mj opinion, Ihe reel colprtl In the whole affair. It In France repi |e are "coupled" ;n the betting, ,i • i to win eettn the horse of Us cnosee. I U We do it out here, all horses independent ind must run on their merits irrespee,-id it was Empire who was doing Willi the greater part of the pressing. The Then when It was about one Gitten and C H S (•( j owrssrahlp. Now for tin riii %  i*rinccV. Wia; Moyra Blair Scores Victory i'.h his account as it appeased in the British ItacehOfae, %  A %  prentice J. Massnrd fsince first p^ekey to the Volterra stable) was appointed to ride Free Man. He dashed off with I, n LI ii • tin Miles were uo. lettinu him stride %  long 4Ul U fast and powerful speed, but without riding him into the ground. •Al Kree Man had a ten length-! clear lead, which he still kept whin the field turned into the straight. Paul Blanc on th" favourite was riding Sicambre with all his strength, but ap(By Our ych.i„ 8 Correspond.-., •^581??."""-"h^o'rS !" SKSjtS! e. M ^.h*r ll !h"s s d ve conv,nri 1 £*2Fi* rtrfggMittrswgSift Cl.is.s when the Tenth R.H.Y.L. la Mlled in Carlisle Bay ,„„,, ,., i .,,,.,!,. will, Ph.irsale fourth ond Mat yesterday evening Sailinu conditions verv much suited de Cocaow IMtlt tffh.lt u.* arc mine.) this larjje boat and from the start it was clear that ihe would ". Wlazcmskl add hi. final note. "A lot of ink ami end up among the first three. The ran _iv result... Tojmpartlal that belonging to different stables Free Man should have won easily, but M. Jean Stern and his trainer were %  in affirming that Sicambre Is far the better of the two." W ELL 1 am several thousand miles from France and nearly a ,, the alwvetook place. I am not In a posi,i [gin about. The Eleventh Regatta will be Seablrd had linished among the %  ailed on Saturday. May 17 and first three in the Ninth Hegntia the Twelfth on May 24 (Bankwhen it should have'been RninHoliday). The race for the bird. Perhap n s. Frontenac Cup. which will be two spired by this efn>r. \,y nrgue of the met %  < and Sicambre, I presume rounds, will be sailed on June 9 yesterday's race. their owner and tminer must know beet But from the above (Itank-Holid iy) and the presentS-ven boats started In the I> r i t:iT th;it Free Man should have won. aiul vvnujd have won the French ntion of trophies is rixed for a Class. At the end of 1 iwrahlp. And having won the Derby, Free later date. round Scabird was still %  good M..,, would not only have been OM "f 'he few who had the double Eight boats raced in the B Class, way ahead of the nearest boat. ,i| S ii :i .ij on ( .f being winner of both Guineas and Derby, but he would Wizard and Okapi did not start. Sin bad. Rainbow was third with lrc BD t e t„ command a sire's fee Lo In excess of what he now obvlAt the end of the first round. Hurricane closely behind her. ovuU; because of this. Bieederi would probably flock Hanger, the first boat to start, was Seabird kept her lead and went lo n |, n m<1 )„. might become a champion sire of the future, still in the leid. However. Moyra on to beat Sinbad, second by 5" Now. slmplv because his owner and trainer believed him to be Blair soon overtook both Ranger seconds. Hurric I %  eve another chance to iirove that and Hi Ho as she pulled a*-ay minute and 24 second', behind n „.„.. ,.,.. ffoi WOtlld Ins awner and trainer be the first so closely from Ti.i.U.y. Flirt nod Hnscnl. Rainbow. connected with B horse who have proved to he wrong about them. v ni Btair comDleted the A* usual, Vamo-. ,( !>ccaslon good six furlong horses are known to get nway with n second round 51 seconds ahend of honours in the Torn ido Class, f ., of good mllers getting awny with Ranger which WIH now second. M-ored another easy vict-.i ;.,!K in g.l company. And. accordFlirt was third. 30 seconds later. Vamoose quieklv got awav from j_ .,, .]] re porta. Blcombra was suniosed to be a champion. Hi Ho. which was 45 seconds bethe other four boats.' She led one may opine. Sieamhre's Jockey was too complacent hiiid Flirt, had a lead of only 8 throughout the race. Comet was nd n( wn CUUB ht napping at the finish. Subsequent events do not second and Edril third. T! dropped out of the rice before comoleting the second round. The results were as follows: — B flMmi 1 Moyr.i Blair. 2. Ranger. 3. Flirt. c ('bus:--1. Rogue. 2. Oeruaet. -. %  %  I %  seconds on Rascal. Mischief Overtaken Gipsy overtook Mischief and was av seconds ahead. Moyra UUIr saiicu steadily and kept tne lead. When she received uie gun she was two minutes and six seconds ahe.ul of t-jjrt. iecori(L ii.. eel was Unrd, 10 seconds behind Klin and Ranger linished 2J 'w" 1 3 Hurricane seconds later. Fantasy u-ai li, Temido Claaa:—t. Ho by four seconds and Gipsy Comet. 3 E" finished a minute and 33 seconds ahead of Mischief In the L" Cluss seven boats started. Madness dropped ou: of the race before completing the first round. Rogue was leadin,; at the end of the first round. Miss Behave second and Gaiuict V. If CHD third. Harrison 6—0, "—it Rogue went on lo win the race, TinaL of the Men s %  finishing over a minute and a half Sumrv. ahead of Gannet. second. Miss terday evening. Behave finished third and Scamp Chencry fourth. elected to serv Honour in the Intermediate game* on Class went to Gnat. Ciytie dropsupport this. A tOrtaJ&Tutter Peul Blanc was taking no chances 1 P.iris and coming into the home stretch he the llnish he ^^hei-: Mi.' betting rule. This no doubt : the situation where a stable the pubUe by winning with the t leading by several lengths and being niven his head, ilsh he was all out and only a neck in front of the i WOIIIX I lin I is"* lii" >' .s riu .1..... i ...^ ...--. — IntrrmfdiaUCUtB—1. Gnat; |„, .... „.t l„.ttfr returns In the belllnn. On piper 2. Keen. t. Mohawk. || >U I ;e Man "1." " ul D CIM:— 1. Seablr.l ,,-mit. I %  %  !" "'' %  J •in result from the stands, then to all Varmoiv.t |, %  rule like this has no pla.e in the laws ot racing. CHENERY WINS MEN'S SINGLES Argi'v.linan lour Lekestarahire 161, India 6—2 LEICESTER, May INBURGH, May 10. liil-inian Football gave another Fated L. A I that a contract has i. for the Scottish team The Indian touring crick. %  A .i rut, lie Mid "nowere 1*3 tuns behind Lelcestershiro OSthing definite has eClded it the end of the first day's ploy in their three-day match here. Players and officials %  tbeM or the cj i reeent on %  rtfl '' r dlamtiaing the county for %  tretch i iliiytng tour of tr.-> continent and 181 "> than" Hrst innings, the tourcould get into his stride. nothing will be d Ig %  " iad w f or H* los ? ' pe.1 out of tho race shortly after In the second id tjarrii u on the Argentine protwo wickets in reply-at the close, completing Ihe first round When changed his game and by uslni posal until they return." A t lunch l^icestershirc had lost %  be ( appeared to be sailing very the chop tboi >iig to tl. u Th;s „ the second iifilcial denial ****£• KJ". 1 Pg-SW-TSetl well. At the end of the first round net. won, :ract n;is "n ("jj^^. **7'f> ,( *"Iteeu was in the lead. Clytle. Harrison led 5-2 In the second been s.gncd and issued by club 1 g pe fJ.\"tj, ir \*L l %.%}$ SR acconi, was ] seconds ahead of set. officials In four davs. On Wed. by A " !" ian Jack Walsh t3,) Gnat. -• At this stoge Harrison had the nC sdav club manager Hugh Shaw bro Kht obout s P lendid "* v ~ Gnat soon went Into the lead, service and should have won thl denied the morning newspaper rei>iy She brat Reen by a minuteand set. but he lost his service m u contract has been Sadhu Shinde. a leg break 12 seconds. Mohawk was third from then onwards chencry was signed and giving what werebcwler. was the most suece-ful und Coronetta fourth. on top. In my last article I slated that 7—5. went on to Mobiloil protected the engine of the winner of the 1949 Bendix Trophy • MOBILOII i. lit ; %  i %  act dm :. i %  reatnt. Why I'll. i .... 5TJ HOIt'lll. s.l t,. S. ...in IlTZ^i ; rl \ T . wcrr ,* oowier. Was Ihe most succeaslul a i. .ilieged to be details of the deal. i-t.^ieT for the dndlans taking 3 t'.P. wkketl for 37 runs.—U.P. JOE DE DONA lH liomCaL avrrnet %  t hour Ik U1 cd MwblL01l> Ask for and demand Mobiloil OUM CARDINER AUSTIN & CO., LTD--A.emU UNIVERSAL Dip or brush for poi.tivc protection jgaimt White Ami. Borers. Rot and F u n|. Paint opoh.h or ireited wood. No odour No firc*ritk. ECONOMICAL — Hifhly concentrited.— iavei"cjfru^whn" oiiutea lor use —10 further nd toil. less. .* PERMANENT—Cinnot with-oui or eiponte." Combines wiih the fibrei, tougheis the timber a"d n-jkes • %  %  ,.„„,!,„ CT*IK..£ '" .-t_.^.£efla* T 0t0ill o. a %  afce froni'l I A'


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SUNDAY, MAY 11, lMt SL'NDAV AllVIM ATI PACK llll T\HLi: 7AYY/A'. Y.M.P.C KNOCK OUT IN INTERESTING By P. A. V. Y.W.P.C. created a sensation by knocking out V.W.C.A when the opening.matches of the Ladies Inter-Club KnockOut competition weje played at the Y.M.CA. Naval i Frid.i-niiht. Many people expected thai Uic YW.C.A liter then excellent performance agl CollttM In ihe lntev-Club compclilr would have r—chad in. sum-finals in the K: o However, lb I md < than Thai team played wild lull strength. iuu.li next Friday night Bam.i Ann H<*!, formerly skipper, meets Adelphi and Queen's Colraturnnd to their ranks after a log,, will pla> Y.W.P.C. long absence. Ami was in food The bensatioiul tat form and it would appear ns night wan Wio iU.nl.kv m ihe though the new spec-lade* which V.W.P.C Y.W.C.A in;.'. :ih* wore for ihe linst time in the Hoad and Reneo Oloun..ompoUuon were of great m-emed YWPC The> n a mt a nee She smashed from oil defeated Welding piigmi. and angles and her flicks especially j ( >%ce Jones who MM* wan excellent. y W.CA, The draw favoured the It wag noticeable that Bnkh's Road team but still bcr of service* were foully. The YW.C A. should faave giv -n a g, r ] musl practice serving tho better performance. Even .skipper i^n lo ne ,^1 half of Joyce Jones, who met Jean ,f t h. gumce are to be continued Humphrey U the first set, did wiohoul nuiwrni. ,m. l not appear al ease. („ the nr t game tho n.,kk Lenville Knocked Out Hoad double pair did not got into Adelphi knocked out Lenville iheir stride. In the latter stage* atai J-h jymg the_flrs; set forfeited* <>f this %  '"'_they gotL a *l5 u, 0f "* fl HATCH each other's niosjianasjas aad VWC A Ma* easjasl astd Mia* Ueusabaau t %  ; lA-nu'iful.^ -uout the V W.C.A %  tnaau'b L. %  ri#d hor oppom-:. %  -. the follow^ When ii lea MS started Ji..n Hui W.CA. %  • ..' I %  thl 1 | %  %  %  - -il--wffferi %  %  %  ( which brought Y.W.P-C — qdjfBJ .i 17. 21 — IS .nut il U %  U' I" S lajcd Tl • iig aet. %  i *%  ; %  Pi.-, us 'i ,. .. :.: %  IWU%  %  • l> uvilUpair w|| but UM l %  ff should niiUinaed thai v<"**.'. rnilffji an*i %  i r Intel %  M I ; %  %  Competition. WIN $25.0O Here la a simple Cross Word puule which ran help >ou tn win S2VM for only one shilling. At Uie same time y.m will be doing your bit to help send Barbados' sole Olvaiptr hope Ui Helsinki next Jnh Enter now and try your skill. RULES 1 HiHrat correct solution openrd b Ihe Editor ill \\\n the prise. 2 In Ihe event of there being 1:0 correct notation |br one containing the lea.it errors which K opened flrtt by the I illl..;Will . in III. prise. Entrance fee af one shUlins (l/.J must be melon, d Ith ejrh snluilon along lib n.nne and id dr.*-. ou Ihe ."111...11 t below. \ii> enirl arhioh al Rat laeaauajuod in the tataraaea fee Bill be Immrdiateh dntrovd. All entrant*, for this comprUlion agree to *bl.1 %  h th. d %  IM.III LI Uie I -ii'.or of th.MirlmloVHVIHJI* IIMcompeHtlon Kill be closed on Thomda>. M41 I5lh at 4 p.m Ml iTalaassj sjannl ! %  clear), marked ( ROSS HUltll I'l //I I CtXafPCTmON and .iddnurd lo ihe I dltor. th R.irb.ido* Advn. .I I III ,.l Slrrrl The name of the Mlnncr will be published In Ihe Sunday Advocate of M... is li.H.l/.IN I \| 1—Who was Uie lather 01 U19 saph? I atswata 10—What H Uie tourtti l-ook of tinNew Testament? H— 1'iopnatic icene ol Uie great i.-ttl* at tne end ol the worlo I 16—Oil. comb. form. 17—FisJi net. K—Lairs. IS—Tit lei of aouie-v SO—I-oaUiars. I 72—One of the plgre< whee the Loro prophesied aceai paan \ 23— Residence. 24-Imitate. "•—(•real operatic tenoi. [ Ifl—On.> of David 1 .3— The turmeric 24Uepsrt 2_ Tropical rodcnU 17-Propagate af—Jewel 40—L'.iil Krapina toul 4!-Who wa* 'nlled .'HI I Cl.. ,t 42—Rum 43i'ecuiiar 44llatardet 45Days in the week. 4Hreflx 1 47 — Puiriulu SOCK 4S— Languid. 50—B> what riyai — Crippled •3-Fertile e -r i*, 15—Tint. T> Neceasari elements, 69—Serf 70—Seul(il.n.-d s.„D 71— location. ve'KltiAl. 1-WU.p -•—Extern 3—Oive forUi. *—Country nad. ft-Note in the wale. c Annex 7—March date 8— Pertaining to found. S—Traupei ^Efi£2U# k *""' "" 1 l-Mcdlies 12—One in Asia turned %  %  Paul %  %  %  -T ei w %  loafesj 21-Watering olace Ju 3'Mouinful -an independent unmn 8 P.1rl.-nt Weird jy Don.iea 41—In what v U>ry lorn %  udatioi) ih vi grandmotha j-Win tf OT \n^\" Il 1 %  /MM tit i>i*0M i § ns T0 FAM IMI tries cun be posted or delivered In Ihe vi # roit f/VMVfi nv \d \ocule Slaliiuirry" or .\d\erlisiu;; Ofliee TRUFORM FLEXIBLE FOOTWEAR FOR CHILDREN Il.C. \\ins Again At liaskt'ttHill B. I AIAIN AI.LtVM > %  ,n eh '..i, ova in the first match of the U season. Harrison Colh. in tmoii comptet* master. Inexperienced Moder;: on Friday nigh! defeated them 43—IS 1 tha College DOT* .an predict with thaj v\ 111 he in %  hich pi... v M r c n Last season YMPC '•id the edge, but from the game iiht when Carlton beat 11. It seems that there i' not much to chottfc I < I at %  %  laM game m ick tai I %  . %  M %  School bill %  tint M Ifca BDSJComewhat uuntll H sat 1 Ifflf Up 1 %  New MILS. Team who .onair.uu. team in.it Rained prnmu %  J n last >ear. havr left school and !he K Friday %  ...i.k had everything own way against For. 1 Led Iheoi 40 21in .*. t IMM i—m*. Uer* is a %  m i'l iytr, for I'lckwi.k. Mrs. K.-n.nand fur Portress Mi Baryl Walton. The o.ml.initaoo of Mis Me Kerude's skill and Da ^ecuia.y %  Il in de'e.itiiiH their opponenU. Davis I ml Mi.s Me K This we, h IKolt will meet >-arllm. V M IVC 1'irltWlrk, I C 'urti.sI'irati-i .1 II S MAY 11 NO 223 The Topic of Last Week Paul < A1.1l 1 1 ittjl dflBbhSI fa I r r*s BNBI 11,. >un K .ii BawuM rm* tnmm wllh %  km, RMI UM I I'ltMH Ihl.-ltr It. BBS rnauah l>")s hna 11 ni.ii < Lodga nsiMn CADBURY'S OAJRY HILK CHOCOLATE awtttava no. Jo. and HoKH When l^liUiif fm All ol li !" Ant clua m ik %  1 ni) know Hi Ho* im* in kl.k and BMd II C-..llf. knawi llir m-iH Th*y .11 Ml Sh-, r i.h,.| H,..,\ to iii- a %  at J*i I i OETAIN.BLE FROM AIL LEADING STOKES LOCAL AGfKTS JLS.MIKR IHRDE 3Y VERQ f EVERITT LTD HIHERSTOnE.EnGLHnD IDEAL FOR GROWING FEET MADE BY BRITISH CRAFTSMCN BACKED BY OVER FIFTY YEARS EXPERIENCE SUPPLIED BY YOUR LEADING STORES Th* II r r A mniWiiM And .* %  <. man markrd 1.1. BMi aw was Poiuiii*ii (Ml UrBSr,_ .. irmmti .1 ilgH ms ant m IB. II I" I A 1 -10 iwrni 't-nr d


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I'.u.l -i\ SUNDAY ADVOCATE More beautiful? Ot %  ••! Nolfcaroilplit>.f my H<. IS m< Jrtn •^ *S J Trr fKlrx I ,ptlUk '••' fw lip-apprml. W*W, tmoulh. / %  ). In time CktM '"-" %  < i %  ..]. (ft ,f ft. ri„ai:f %  MmrlMftiHl setitfc. CUTI I/..WorlfgMo* rfar VaU PIU I'm all for Eno's If you're out of sorts, lake a glass of ENO'S Fruit Salt in the morning. ENO'S will keep you regular—for it is i gentle laxative and mild antacid, good for the liver and settling to the stomach. Ihus ENO'S Fruit Salt clears away impurities thai make you feel dull and heavy. Take your Fruit Sail io the morning, every morning. Eno's •Fruit Salt' ATH"?. SPECIALLY RHCOMMF.SDKD ... IMIQIILAI ACTION. SICK HKAlMi lit. IJVEUSHNKSS. %  UOLSMSS, HkAlniuiLN, Mi • Ihimmii" ."• %  (.( In t-<-ttUt fmt Uting /FMAMM. .-• tmuUtU h* Mmm KLIM* recommended •for infint fading KLIM is ideal for infant feeding—It's always pure, safe and uniformly nourishing. KLIM supplies the important food essentials needed for bjhies to grow strong and healthy. And KLIM is MMlUl Above all. Kl IM is dtptndablt. It's not surprising that su many Mothers prefer itl 1. KLIM Is pure, sofa milk 2. KLIM keeps without refrigeration 3. KLIM quality is always uniform 4. KLIM Is MM for growing children 5. KLIM adds nourishment to cooked dishts < £ KLIM'S IECOMMCNDI0 FOR INFANT FIIOINOI KLIM Is sat* in the specially-packed tin 8. KLIM is produced under strictest control and you have pure, safe milk -,-^^Lte. KLIM::;; MILK ruiT IN riiritiNci THI WOIID OVIP By PENNY NOLAN If you wish to make a bath'ng tult using last week's bra foundation for the to,->. the panty foundation described UUa week will be suitable tor the underpants Add a circular or semi-circular short skirt and viu have a pretty and comfortable bath tult. The panty draft t*n be made from the top part cf your basic skirt draft. If you haven't drafted basic skirt you may dufi a bip section for the panty draft as follows: Measure your waist and divide the measure by ffcuY Add one inch for dart to the result. From the lop left hand corner ut the paper measure down threefourths of an inch and make point A. From A measure toward the right in a slight curve the quarter waist measure plus the dart nllowance to touch the top of the paper making point B Locate the dart three Inches from A on the curved line. From A measure down the leit V> hut's C>okin In The Kitchn: Have is an easy t-nd il tUx.. make a change. rumen PABTV FOB FLAIRS AND CREAM 1*1 NFlour 2 oz. 1 gill cold water ot milk i %  butaar 2 Egg yolks. PlQCa of salt. Put the butter the salt into %  small -aiicrpan Whe It boils sift in Hour. Aiwa) aturing kT|i the fire until UV mixture wl come off tho side* . or chocolate cream. Ice svttb. *"ffue or chocolate icing. Another recipe (nk K. Conntri .11 to K with a slight curve to round off the corner. Add seams all around. The same pattern is used Air both the frcnt and back. Cut the centre front and centre back seams on the bias. You may make two cpies of the foundation and putting them together at the side seams cut panties without side seams having only the centre front and centre bock and crotch seams to sew. For briefs shorten the side seams but rarely does the .crotch need shortening. You may run elastic thoutli a casing In the bottom of the legs By DOROTHY HAKKLIV Do you ever feel you want expert .clvi.c on poui ->wn personal opBtttf proWoBM but A .t? It is all very "11. rou think, for those in town with mou • %  v %  it one of the lOU %  bOSMlty pal i. you were making colouring, As membors 1= carried on by post. toon u the sugar has become n nice golden colour pour in a 01 ion, from UM age of at a time into the tins or KM li 1 1 VOnta OftD, without you want to use for the cream t-Tspending .. great deal of money, amel. Tip it very quiekly until it leuk BtUacttvo; for attiactivu -v^-.-,s ula boooBi nd tha i h* made, not born.Thh of ,„ ,hc Urut pw,r ^ 2 '" f U U o baltof of tha I under of tho milk Into a saucepan add the c i ub> M„. Phyllis Digby Morton, ( > !" P! Hnd lel ,l JJ** : wife of the London dress designer, ;!: and heraeli an authority on beauty. And It Is proving warm; mind it does not Boat the eggs and stir Via milk and sugar Into them. M3x well by beating the mixture again and pour into the tins or moulds. Place the tins into pyrex dishes filled with water and let them bake in a moderate oven un'il the cream caramel looks firm. Let the tins get cold, then put Into frlgidaire and let it get really cold. Turn into dish before serving. If you like you can sprinkle Ihe cream caramel watt minced roasted almonds or nuts. Recipes simulating thought to women Intent o\\ improving their appearady in the few months undir.tf. the club men1 aatad the flvehiiiidred mark. membort loam through the dub' On j Uung, they till n id" and Bend this with a photograph to rton. Mm Morton then sends back of their together with a ption" advising conec1 taken. As an indtpen.1 position on the ight Chi" '.1 us .mil Readers of the Barbados Advocate are asked to send in recipe* for publication. Tliese recipes will bo published over a ;i,, '" l,R n n ' l doe oI "< tsartod of one month after win.-h ' merely because tho ltn.c a poll will be held an* !" i—"*' •wrtl-knttsm. trlbutors will be asked to deride the best recipe of the month. The winner will be awarded a pri^e. Each entry must bo oceomboth announced a 10% reduCkm to members. And the advantage of even a single salon treatment 1:" that the correct method learned there from expert fingers can be remembered always. Already planned are once-aweek evening meetings at the London centre. Members will advice from a woman chiropodist on the prevention or cure of 'housewives' feet"; from n corsetier. on why this corset dOM that to the figure; and from a tailor, on "lines" suitable for different figure types. Mrs. Morton Is hoping to start There is eyewear for every local branches up and down the occasion, for office, for sport, for e untry and to employ travelling glamour. But a problem arises lecturers who will talk on topical new. If. as a spectacle wearer. subject?. you are limited to one pair. And nil this for a very reasonawould you choose a pair for office, ble annual subscription. for sport or for glamour. The Club is still 111 its infancy. But It has already received enquiries from abroad. For It is a universal fact that stimulation of self-interest—through a club such as this—is the vital first step towards Improving looks and appearance. Remember that, while somo women are born attractive, other* can also acquire attractiveness. The Kyes Have It *•' %  ..., :. rl.is'Obut •eyewear"; for that is the new terminology. Opticians have now turned a professional eye towards the problems of women —there ore eleven million of them in Great Britain—who wear "spectacles". And they set out to prove in a display at a fashionable Mayfair restaurant that "spectacles'' can be an asset to beauty, not a liability. Here are a few of their tips foi "spectacles'' without tears. Eyewear must be keyed In colour to eyes, to make-up, to hair, to hats. So it can be any colour, any shape and Is often "Jcwel"studded. (see illustrations.) Eye make-up must be dramatic, with more-than-usual mascara and eye-shadow. "Forelocks" should be tinted to tone in with the "spectacles." And diamante studs on "spectacles" must be repeated on your dress. Wedding Etiquette A Curse On Our Daily Bread My VBVtUM SUIl l.t.R, Heart di*ce remains the greatest killer in every civilized country. In every civilized country because enough emphasis has never been placed upon the alarming Increase in heart disease coincident with the discarding by the millers. MO*) thirty years ago, of Vitamin E in processing flour. Housewives hive mitakenly accepted the Idea that flour must be white to attain purity. The Insane thought has taken hold that brend must be white, and rice must alto be white, in order to reach perfection and wholesomeness In diet. Surely this point is proven by tho fact that In undeveloped countries throughout the world. where the native population eats whole grain only, the incidenceof heart disease is Infinitesimal. Thin in the so-called civilized countries every man, woman and child is to some extent deficient In Vitamin E. As this vital factor hi grasped by doctors and the.r parents, more and more individn! %  .,]< %  its Importance, and until this fraction is put back Into Dur daily bread we mu't resort tc isolated Vitamin E (alpha tocopheroll in combatting by a natural method the widespread hold that eardio-vascular-renal diseases exercise on Its victims of the lilywhite-for-purlty*/ad. A recent visit to Canada served to Impress in an indelible manner what one saw and heard. Dr. Evan Shute. of The Shute Foundation for Medical Research, again produced unassailable evidence portraying numerou* patients during the course of treatment. On the other hand. Dr. Shute and his associates were given n first hand account of the phenominnl success of Vitamin E in Great Britain where every month it ii more widely prescribed under the National Health Service. m. mnm .H ." %  ton has already arra n g e d many postal beauty causes. Beef) aapoei ear* and makei -tyling. figure ind dress senje, (two aspects of beauty too : %  %  Eflt %  1. and all post.il 01 iro worked out to or shin them with several rows meet the Individual needs from Of elastic thread. In usinu olaatM the pom rial beauty club record, thread wind il loosely on the bobThe membership card Is becombln. It wears better if used ing lo charm. For double. Use a loose tension and London beauty specialists ore be sure to tie off the ends offering conmalont to members, securely. A hairstylist and a salon have TWELVE RODS panted by the following coupon. TO: THE WOMEN'S EDITOR. ADVOCATE. NAMK ADDKESS RECIPE NAME: %  v T. O. HAM TWELVE in.l.l rod* Of the *m* length en or ntied unnncr to form (AS In UM oiikLframi s lieiofon and tie diMonali Eaob rod la lo be coloured red, while or re*ii %  lid tliry are U> be *o mtrd together thai firh of UM nil triBiiKiw which the hemaun cmpri'is ! to haw one red %  :a* one green one. and one MM (nan* ti.isgan* can be MmoucKd In this srav trhleh sro dottnsulihabU Irem en* anothaf T The names of divorced parents should not appear together on an Invitation, but It Is perfectly permissible for a bride to be givm In marriage by her divorced father if she so desire. even though her mother, with whom she lives, has married again. The Invitations should be Issued by the mother only, but the nvepticn cards should be In the name of the mother and her second husband, since ho will act as host for the reception. The bride's father < under these circumstances) retires by a side aisle to a rear pew, after giving her In marriage at the altar. If the bride Is not close to her own ftithar however, she may bo lven In marriage by her stepathcr or by an uncle. Invitations or announcements may be sent in both the mother's and stepfather's name if the stepfather is to sponsor the bride through her entire wedding. The invitations m-y even read "Request the honour to your presence at the marriage of their daughter." if the bride's own father Is out of tho picture. If the bride-to-be lives with her father, he should sponsor her mamaci. The mother may or may rr.it attend the wedding. In the U.S.A. there are scores of brands of Vitamin E, manufactured from the same type of concentrates as ued in England, for instance. Most of them, however, consist of mixed tocophcrols, and since it is the alpha factor alone that counts in fixing; the high dosage so essential for the successful treatment of cardio-v&scularrenal diseases, it follows that tho vast majority of patients submitted to these brands containing an inadequacy of the alpha factor rarely respond. Heroin lies tho rea*on for some practitioners having recourse to the statement "I have not met with much succaia Ote •to." It run therefore bo I granted that the Vitamin E position in America will continue to be confused until Washington sees fit to follow Canada's example by Introducing a regulation whereby every brand of "S must be labelled in terms of international units. Vitamin E. the anti-sterility vitamin, was originally prescribed In obstetrical cases alone, but In mas'ive doses it has been found successful in the treatment of heart, kidneys, diabetes, liuerger's disease, all grouped under the head of cardlo-vascular-ren.il diseases in modern practice. GET IT INTO YOUR HEAD! • AND YOU CANT GO WRONG! The regular use of I .111.1 1 Hair Food will, by its action on the roots and scalp. nou'ish every hair gland and encourage richer growth. It provides nouiishment to the scalp and hair rooU and corrects such uoublai w Leoal I)lstrlbutor?i: GENERAL AGENCY CO. (Barbados) I.M B. O. Box 31. DANDRUFF PARTIAL BALDNESS THIN & FALLING HAIR The dally application of this Hair rood r.-s.ilrunfailingly In a really beautiful glossy bead of hair. LANALOL No. 1 With Oil {Yellow Label) lor dry scalp. LANALOL No. 1 Without oil (Green Label) for hair that % %  naturally oily — %  stringent and cooling. LANALOL CREAH (Blue Label). A t ossy hair dressing. ANALOL SOLIDIFIED (Bakeilut DON) An ideal fixative. LANALOL SOAPSHAMPOO (Red Label). A liquid soap d luxe. |.analo| VMdly gay, audaciously smartkeep young in heart in 1a* by C. S ]. ClUk llfl. (WholMl* o#',) SirrM ..<~-n*i tniiand LOCAl AGINTS AllC SUSStLL A CO BARBADOS STOMACH PAINS DUE TO INDIGESTION Try lust ONE DOSH of MACLEAN BRAXI> STOMACH POWDER! Thin sOcniirically balanced formula quickly relieves Stomach PBBBSI flatulence. Heartburn, NJU-L. or Acidity due to Indigciuoo. Saw M l-*(.i fane I. B. MI1SB* A 00 O Box HL Drldjetow GLADIOLUS and DAHLIA '• BULBS" Also The new AJs-C. IS %  OmOMI VITAMIN 'Oil IION TABLETS For Plants Each Tablet makes 2 Gallons of Solution ihi-M\totidrrful Tablets bring out the best result* frm ysmr l-irdcu Obtainable at:— BOOKER'S (B'dog) DRUG STORES LTD. BROAD STREET and HASTINGS (Alpha Pharmacy) the fushinmihh11 tiintm 11 curs At tho sound of the fire alarm, your first thoufih Where IN The Fire ? Is it your house, furniture, stock, yoing up in smoke? Are You Covered ? If nol this will be a total loss to you. Be prudent! 'Act now!' Insure your house. FURNITURE and STOCK without delay. Tomorrow, even now you may be too late. Ring, call or consult NEW INDIA ASSURANCE CO., ITD. Agents: Haynes and Griffith, High St.—4173



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SUNDAY, MAY 11, 1152 SCNDA. Al VOC ATI PAGF. MS 1 N DE MILLE DISSOLVES COMTVN. NOT QLIITIM; CON W AY IN AMY LIST of hOBdom'* 10 most intelligent SUR< actresses, American born CONSTANCE CIJssTMTJIOK of %  Yet M^ssCom :n TiflH hunt had a theatre M for R months. BBNN I JEW htr husband m major dramatlsta Arnonpt h!s serv.res %  : %  the theatre luu been the %  mtituc orproduc.ng s o m c ignsa both—of play* ui wu U.ss Cumm:ngs could all.a*. But the iail play lie turn lo Tyassi, fai->d uiiucaci Mai.., : thuugut. Tina week Mr. Levy MWUttai his new coineuy, Cupid aud Psyche: his wile r_— H boms, -mi jobless. liniiaU, ine woman star is PEGQY lUMMIM-a — nearly the umc spelliiiih entirely diflursnl personality. Mi. Levy the husband wants lo see Constance lummmfc acting again. iStnn U-vy (fab playwright refuses lo "If "I'M artistically by mwnlmg a part (or kstj whi.'ii thi play doesn't require. lie 1* quite right, of course— a pity ... We are not SO rich in actresses combining beauty with intelligence that Miss Cummings can safely be left at home for another season. If thui star's husband cannot think up a suitable pan RaT he> won't some rival dramatist come to the rescue? PaciAc Profits • Cupid and Psyche is being presented in London by (JbCAH HAMMKHS1EJN and RICHARD ROGERS -with some of the sterling they have earned, are -till earning, at Drury Lane. That is a useful way to spend I ii i i r South Pacific pocketmoney. If the play Is a success and goes to Broadway, Messrs. H. and R. will send the dollar profits back to England I call thai even more useful. In the cast with the g-less ML"S Cummins HUGH SINCLAIR. RONALD WARD and ALEXANDER KNOX. It is only just that Canadianborn Mr. Knox should be included. He was given a thoroughly obnoxious r.Me in Mr. Levy's last play; set about It so loyally and well that audiences —the few who came—cordially loathed him. When Return To Tynssl flopped. Mr. Knox promptly relumed To America, where audiences have loved him for years. Depl. of Tact • show Question of the week: What did IM>NALU HdLFir. possibly our finest KM:: Lear think of those Old Vic notices? It was hist before Lear went Into reheaml that Mr. Wolflt— with hit* wife. ROSALIND IDEN MISS CUMMINGS LEAVES IT TO MISS CUMMINS Ta-aicbt's tint a.tfcl Jimmy Jewel. Simon, Dolphin. Ben War run In the Latin Quarter revue txcltement. which ope** to-night rr.ai NKWfXI. IUMMCKK ** -I NkU lOBft. M. CacH U ue Mil.-. -SK> nu I furtuiii ul oi s> acton that they are %  ZXJC aaujsr going to make .. ri..;.o <>f out oi • %  l dissolved ' WUU Frouuetioos It Mual .ieinb.i> <*t lanuty 'were the directors. "*** w h o tf * ,ll c eocmbe: The Ten Conuruuadto make pietura* lor rram.0 tile out of the Casloo stage door this morning. They were off for a few hOUrt rest before curtain-rise. "Cathl urns of scenery, with a saaol brldae to Umer beauUful snodels ever the aadienee." con ilued the Desigiur"Five handrad cosiumMM and a half —1IH— spaiur.le<>." chimed in the Wardrobe Mistress. "Of course, there are easier way* to earn a Mvw." said the Producer ROBERT NESIilTT. whose 35th revue It la. "I should hate to try My af them." lie added honestly — leaving frr lunch and -lecp after 40 houri nearly non-stop in the theatrr And, after all the preparation and the cost, what will the Customers say la a few houiV time, when Excitement —the 4th Latin Quarter Revue — makes its premiere bow* They wfll merely say if they think the show is funny enough. Awkward customers. ihew ilrst-night audiences; but quite righl. That is why. this Unw, the Iwo funnie*t men in Ihe business—JIMMY JEWEL and BEN WARRISS — have been brought in to go with the one and a half million spangles. Ami to help out the Nudes. pasfsjaai Asiaaaj H. •{ pped at nagstaff. at the „ .. time just a cow pasture, rentci To me raaoua — Ihough n tar a stuoio and man unlil April 3 Coneg rwaj nwuT!l Suunw Man' lo. 15J4 uger. Sub Tenant HENRY dollars (CB444) SHKhEK Ha u.;i rropan Uw Todaj B paaltfKi i..ter I St. James's with auotlH-i Aman(j, JUfcl ni-(W Tho 0;< .. [t> snfc, can play GUI Earth" for 4.000.0W d||,, Wlubr JuunM-y. ICI.43a.0aO). I,. Utwaon hla ate This is the drama abtui a runi u m havi s to-seed stage lUr and IUN dei-oo .iolu>r< i4!2;i %  voted wife. Mil MAIL RED ORAVK. OOOGIK WlTllaMUi eosBl .uui New York actor nrossueer %  -( %  is than ottici -i t*f. SAM WANAMAKER have been HAS tradi iting the provinces with His trade-marl So long as London |oin exrtlenn'nl. the OUVWI US take then A holiitny nevt month worry big I'liurriislomed . • BaJIrt Is llw dumb art: bill I hope Dajaja NINETTE DE VAJLOI8 has heard how -I year-old BERYL C.REY spoke up and did Sndler's Wells (redit the other day Mass Grey waa by far the yaunceat. aad certainly the eawl anpraetised speaker at a Critics Said de Mil %  the secret of a aun aaaftil l^aaj; bos "u voraus Everything Hee Is just nga** with Holl.vw.Mxi' Said | Had 50 -cam of 1 founded, 1912 with J*M U Lal>. ,f.i Samuel Ootdwyn, a glovi Bi lessaani. --ig man? H. :. .i's what'. next. And Hcillvuood is 1-ttin. ihat in d. Mill. ^ aiiper-coloasiil Tiojan war Helen will have | lUBtt -t olonal bath. %  mtlu %  habit' INTELLIGENCE TEST SDlOTIOh Cirele lunch — where far |aa m.iuj uorda were saokia, Yet it waa the atrl Ireaa t'ovenl Garden, almost sula4nwllh nervousnea* at Ih-t. who u armed so sincerely lo her *w0iert that she emersicl the oratorical vletar. The \alts tralnlnx >( Ihe hi-d J* well ..% (Inloe WORLD COPYRIGHT RESKRVED lit fl I 2 s c a. e i red a and s UNII B: OIl l~~ I S .)> %  1 %  i J (sayi i-n whtu. six i ir&l i i wbiu Tab* On. iit.il i laflaatanahjii | bSd into the iruigie U the li.igreo work of ladie-' Velvet Bai and Hraceleu. of Ivor) CaUctn *-la and Agaibatl.etbununi treol tth kand K i n.uWool Carpeta bnruj the uiUi Iba laland of Barb a doap resent it to >xu' I TO, are bing lik. it—no, you ha' i >uh the; dnnrway first d Iota more Ite GR.tSSl a r hare, every meal i> an evept. every evening an occasion, every passing me merit unf' Iduig DkagK i f drean:' In a wsirld of laLuids nd ultra-marine and sapphire And ol.i gold "nus ship of the French Lining regular twelve-day cruises u*: could thrill :han to book with R M Jones .V Co Ltd. ili 3814 in tune far %  tartlng Jon.iJih i IH! not the k ui %  f th* %  att*! I n.l ia Ihe low coat. HOUSEHOLD STORK WHERE IKHE-S NfcARLY EVERY[TNO ,(, COULD "IHINK OF. rhh sswndraaa Basssstraon pi Mid i>t Fnanieb Vainishoa and Ian know that It pays to leap ihinip. pAunTi-d anlj ti >o<, we ton quality rnatetlals Look %  i i-fl si an C rd it\ aol I'vervlhinn >ou BOUkJ Ktb BM oj In lighten and I i ix-mi. i ii saagev* Loading Hardware flora have i il.t yotl %  ad itoehad rtth i l.st V i Wetl here it If at K It \.t. | CO LTD on Lowei Hroad St. In nil thing] Bach .ii Garden Furuiture and OUtcc 1 iiniluie. in Clocks and M and Jewellery, too, K R HdNTK | .> I.TH I ... i %  led a new store with now flock and It's for j .HI to walk rbihl In and look and ...imtre ami If you feel Ilk* It— s PITCHER 4. CO %  ,i, I in dafl) lhcra*aed ..I new lerlih i LKjUlNUHE. .. lughlj con and fully lMtlance.1 inure lor geneiMi u-.leti And u roUaga F\ill %  .trwuah for tie*-. %  iiba; masHura td bord* i plant. i bt t] dittlnsol Bo ihon "-' • K from Pit hei i iiil.Ks OARAOK AND Hll.l I kW %  I I m to tell | %  rlan i d iv. when he iim eiibeiiaving eyca that gee. ol %  I Itv new MILI.MAN \ 111 qunrtz blue and i•gettI.. Icier. Slukly ehrona-d and and weal. i a formal in maiden/form's Ind 1 1472 and wnteh yotif gspleti grow .hen by jioga. rtnxtled It's the most beautiful e— f tliasn ill. I eerily U-lievr And i is Ihe engine Ihat Mrs. Clarke's Column SuVRIOL'S LOVKR write-*., "U| %  *•] I" 11 d*t "ol know if be o> much i low*, Y.i U 1 ever talk ooy friend went to Aiu. artoua, l'h-a.e help irn i MlOWi he get* so months ago, and has not wnlteu 'I ""'"'a BOain to me, my dMMW me since Xnaa, aHhmisii I ham that you do not know your own Wi en 1 cxpli written U) him several times. I mind as yet. Obviously the jealoUv stnasj M I have heard tl... I'm oua boyfriend wanU to have lotPmgaj tell ara what bj llirtiiig with otbtt Mlowi wiii.h of lun and variety himself and do. is not true. Ihmilll 1 arrilg tfaill will not allow you the same. U) daor, svhan ban pOOpes. aw or wait until be raharni next Really, I advise you not to be too in lovg and bVaU Mcddhi tot .,• June?" with anyone of them Just long .is you (no ba*l [ Bt. You are quite young and pel (aalouaji do real then ave plenty of Um to look around uglj iiearia. Rava J he-it to heart make it clear that you are not you and make your own drclstalk with this boy of yours. Excarrying on a llirtalion while he is ions in due course. pi .m that even WOUgb rOU hW< away. Perhaps the. u Uie reason _..-__ ,„, .... v m brula you must have %  > trlor his sUence, .Kowevar. my To LEE, (St. Michael ., >.... *..l ta-l sm „ k v „i iwe of *wir own dear, do not cheapen %  : he mo I UCituI IfdsMd "' s., long *.-. ...„ throwing yourself si him. Rethi* matter as you could cuac faithful |o hi member that men don't like, or rather a rift between your busivnv you should not have good pretend they don't anyway. l>J,ul -nd youraau. Example, my frianda imund imd about. Again, women who chase them. dear, is the beat method of get„,, li:i )hf ,. ( „,^ pn-ngement. ting raaulf.. Get him to read to lm ri(l u ,_, (| f(ll „ llner of vou CJ.H. writes, "My boyfriend is you aloud sometimes Itecome ,nAren't you thinking of getting a Junlous man and makes ;> big icresled in itrummar etc. youi -wlf ni;il noise if I go out with any other and if he sees you reading and &-((1 flil I<||(| ,,, ,,., ,.,„, hM „ w boy. Yet he goo out with other i-oneentraling on It. it may well lf ,,. ||( M ..,j] ,„,, ,,. |K n |, )V( .' girls and seems to think I should arouse his interest, bad Christmas ^ p| cased aoou t ,t. Anotlier boyROSAI.YN C. write*. '1 and ion. now the American play friend of mine In Curacao write*, my boyfriend are going stead) senl over to hold the fort, IO ^ regularly and says he loves for 1? months and we are very To the Rescue A Sir LAURENCE OUVUH ^ %  t acts on liroadway, as he acted In Hollywood, to make money for his pet project. That is running a West End theatre Ihe one Sir GEORGE ALEXANDER used to run. But while the dollars accumulate, Olivier's St. Jamc's Theatre is closed thu, month—which muat be an expensive shock for the absent Impresario. It had being i II you itio need adtrice writ* lo Mrs. Clarke. <•/>• the Edll'-r. th* Advocate. Mi 100 miles earl. d. ya — from London to Capetown jVhal Mi : %  tun ro i"W %  •--. ;. i>uy" a Aiii.Ai" is POOD PRI iw en i.ilLdly lncre.islng sale* "of i ^fcwiiically graaas flapped Home Cured Bse-n and Huns. You must really sue the ADVOCATE STATIONERY .. home and u home from home for Books, In Broad Street and in llieir Village Shop in Ilnliuoi.il Gap It's Boohs galore! ihe Phakkm Ediuon i Francfa lmprcsslunisla in full .... I : %  I i ind Childrasi'i iw-4-.. And vartoty of cuta at their counter Jo Office SUUonery and SinnHic* ti'oer-l li.irdw.ne supp U ludUuj ('arum Papar, Indexes i'-':8> Prices are best in town Streakx Bacon a r\UKER VI. A huge l 13: Hack Bacon $1.20: Shoulder %  .•nl ol staokf I UA. Hums 91. IU; Leg/1.30. No narking r i. kmg now and iheiCs no doubt, problem nan ellnei Bs %  h.ti.ei it is rou want, >.m*il i'">d Products grt deserving a very high recommendation Indeed. MMM .'-•,-,-,-,--',--,-',---•-•,-,**',',V. -,->--'-'-*-''.*.-.'*->**V> > ./fg*a* I rrinil i APEX II \IK I'll I I'AHATKlNS JOHNHON'8 BAHY OIL It.f.. K.VAOK Hl.AUtR l-l \ 11. IVISIM \ 1..\ICN i Li AHSI'I i S %  Ireated il-.u. fur Spectarles ad (ilasaea clear. FRESH VEtiDTABLE 8 Eh UN IOI K t'i:i I. STORE. keeplm lens of Tllfc CsMMtF^aLfFAll Jusl a few >ards off Broad M. In FR. WN. H'y. STREET I'hone: IIM .r on F. A. CLARKE .-..;• Mai.lenrT N 1 i Ifalo' rourflfe easlss. lino dream ol 4 lit U tiaagjaj .id-etORV Bas %  bl %  >.. taran "*• BACKACHE IS YOUR a WARNING? hsrksrks It SSSSSIT Hw fast sif af MpBJ TVaabW TksfcsSMnsrelhtblssd'iBStsrt. W lini Id-, j.l mS ol wdrt, MUlssd ol BUfi (• %  ill bloaj Ik ig to "M aw** sag Isaad itrsast u Bssry i •dsridi ThsBTSuiWieaRre. I'T it-lsft IwltSwili ftilHfi fio't Ittsl IWAI • KisW* PilU ^..,11, rid ymm MsW •i int.. arab aad aotssas thsa i—r I... k.. I,1,. ssasilt, MsH 1 and .— Ian) INOM la rtsh'td h. %  kWlh td *r. Ysal-I.sf i isgai. !<....• .... Dsdd't KisWr iMhiw, i far Isre* asWW at si rsisswP. JI. Dodds Kidney Pills toVINGs YEAST-VITE The Only Pain Reliever containing Vitamin B. If you hive a pain you don'i have lo swwsStr whst lo uke. You must take YEAST-VITE Tablet' YEAST-VITE u UV OKLY pain rebevcrwhkh ALSO contain* the tonic Vitamin II,. You will be ovcrioved wkfa Use result. Your pun v. ill vani*h quKkly, snd you'U fed ever so much better ,Fr MEID1CHES, NERVE PUNS, < fFfl WELL 5 COLM,, CHILL*. RNEUSITIC PUNS i^J^Zj &ise**£*d *tf*&€S Right on Time!.... rsr****sr**srw*e**srr*e** #* If you u.uit an alarm rloek that you ran afirava Iruaf — accurate, handaomm as mini. mi. !* priced— yoi i A....... aj Smith Alarm. MCRNINGCOUGHS MEN like smart-patterned By BOURJOIS KODOI • I'l Kl I Ml. LIPSTICK TALC COLD OSS Al VANItMIMO I-.RLAM • BRILLIANTINE HAIRCRBA( "KX-AISM" IS WELL MADE \



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SUNDAY, MAY 11. 1952 SUND V\ ADVOCATE i".nr NINE "SIRPE, SIRPE MONSIEUR •9 (By IIAIKA DK POrX) A little Arab shoeshine boy woke me up. I lad been sleeping on a bench in one of A! glen %  k... Monsieur el American? Ou monsieur AUmV he asdted. The %  %  %  Erom Northern Africa was a nice person. He started talking and gave me a lot of information about the Sahara and how to cross a d*srt with "peu de Francs" and how to be fXiandl with the people in the Sahara. Whin i n g my shoes, tie told me that the Sahara waa a very dangaroua spot and that Ufa fcfesfa was veiy hard. His uncle triad once to travel through tlio Sahara but he iid nu'net through Oi Yes Sir much too hot in the Sahara .you die Thfe little Arab shoe shiner was not the first fellow whom I asked about the world's biggest desert and ho told .'he same thing everybody told me. lx>ts of people of Algiers and Tunis only go to El Golca and then they turn back. because they aro afraid of the sand storms and the thirst However I wanted to go through get and I wanted to see how the people lived In the sand. Two days later 1 was sitting i train with lot, „f Arab* goin/ ?"* Atliii: rpnml^Ml .'.. ill* VI and peace killed 1 Belgian Congo). irkmg bard to develop RAILWAY STATION in Loupoldville this part of Africa tbere aro many plo; the country. miles of sand 3.000 miles of walk quickly—not non than sandy tracks where nobody could 2—3 miles an hour. give you a lift or invite you to During the days the heat wM over the Atlas mountains "~Wc h *i? fc rfrm k "V enormous. So hot that we boiled p--l a groat mjgvfiS*, and ^tV^ haST" 1 J^~ Vrt ^l ? *1 "?. i 1 bumm MIKL the train climber over the w fc ere '. "*** como Ir ^I! a ,"'l nr *r r ,5 dav5 w dld nm "" rJky At! mounSins. Tne for! *S3JL J"! -•** ! %  ! Inch of shadow. settled down It Is a nice clean part of Africa. No quitoes or Tse-Tse flies you tin re. The climate is good %  Is of fresh game aro ;i vou warn in have In Ti-'utd. all you have to do irct a light .n your i-utoe and during the evening all the B>h Jump In. The Tchad Co* i Mtsmafl) and Clipptxton In 1800. The Unit Frenchman who eattW to the Tcliad was In IH-<7. He mad<> nth the Hausa'a but m by the warriors a few month" later. i l %  day, lo the Tchad colony there are still a lo: of naU< have never seen a white, man before. The people live far away In the buah, frequently so far from fh? little town Port Uirny th.t nobody hut. visited than Fort Umy is a sand -itv. In the traata ara a few motor I Uirii's. Everywhere camels and donkeys lia in front of the houses. At nucht every body collects in the centrum. There Hausa mu-s^isns play their inrtrumeiib. nuidw (rasn and horna. and ED LM % %  I brassaa she people enjov the spiritual dances. The chiefs sit on 'hoir famous Arab hor-es. proud like a girl who's waaRguj •MHIX WHITE v... %  ->"*^a*.-.*, BAKONYO CHIEF and sons chief talking in Bstsle. Ornaments sro teeth tiom Js.fi.ara and nlppei Congo uKain 1 had a chance t vi -it Angela Lh* Po ogueae Col\\y then 1 wanted to have fresh otty. Very few strangers iv air again and waltl giiowcri Into thai Colony, but I on an ah-flatd before pt.t n v|*-ril ptnrttl from the -life" on a plane HgM noun Oo*rnor and I was llown by later I Mopped ... special planes to dulercnt parts African ground. Then I %  fine Jungle Prom that moment t„ ,.„, m life. STOCKED BY ulng not far a new dress. And while everybody r !" MW .iri^er 1 '. TJ^i -*ZgJS?3k K^SE I remember thai • Whole of Angola I gave tWQ week* I Wax ad. .id w*nii I talks and wrote in many walked gtotLaj the buy streets of ,f Johannesburg When I l<*ed ii]i r %  ipgi gad i flown Congo. back to the from .vheie I .v.tKouiK. N',:'". hall ... cat, "were vary thick and many B ? on Ieur 1 ^""^'P o> *>' %  Ah ) m t $ ,,,,. or anything. animals were among the trees. c CBl 'V" 1 . sand and the sky We passed Blida and Media—two Donkeys And Camels The nights ware cold. So cold little Arab villages where onlv And it was a long way. It took that many times the water was Bis Lips two Frenchmen lived amongst ">e four months to come through msslii Everybody dug bens in The track ""'>t down south. the natives. Then the train went "hat sea of sand. Four months of the sand and covered themselves travelled as a chief for w> down the Atlas Mountains. The travelling without any accommoi' '>• That was t.ie blanket. Syrians down to Fort Arrhamheat from the big sand-sea was dation or any good food. Four One morning, when we were near baull. The jungle was very fuck within a few hours travelling and months of traveUing on tho back Tamanrasset somebody did not Wc saw all sorts of animals and the train went through Vie grape of donkeys and camels. Four wake up. He buried him/elf the many types of natives I never had fields where hundreds of bovs and months without sleeping in a night before, because the scorseen or heard of in mv Ufe. Es women were picking grapes. Soon proper bed. And four months of piona slept with him in the sand penally the Sara women with we left them behind. The only thirst and hunger. j* 1 ?' 1 ? av "' n,rn *"'" rt tL al '"lotion, their big lips. Exactly 9 months .. jrr thing wc saw. was sand and The ilrst 200 milos I travelled The food was bad. Everyday we after I had left Northern Africa. '"• J u te. sometimes without any can air. some trees. Then the train stopon the back of an old donkey, had meols. but t^e meals were all j reached the Congo river. There '"ore accommodation than just ped. DJELFA. waa written on The Arabs were not unfriendly the same pnd camel meat and i fol a -pirogue" (canoe) and a Qir, i .? u1, 'T? 1 JIT thp !" f or the wall of the white station. It but life was very hard. Then. Rour porridge. The water was went down the Congo river /f M 1 Xl \* tt ; iUi ,rib ,n D P pntral WS a little Arab place and called when we reached El Golea the not sufficient and rations had to After twenty dnvs 1 had reached Afr *ca. I got as far as Rhodesia the end of tine world This wns donkeys were left behind and bo cut down. Once we did not Leopoldville and was taken B d Wils lv n a "'f' from }**" the last outpost of civilisation. In the trip wns continued with the wash ourselves for 18 days. The straigh ^ from llu> M mt (he bonier to South Africa. We front of me was the Sahara: The Camels. We had a caravan of big men from the Sahara, the h-wpit.il with 40 degrees fever— !" v Ucd for 8 days right _through *%lf* T'bll^t^ mill tiil'sfl the gueit i Belgian I %  of the jungle and to talk again I With my native friends. | There I did the same and wai U R* a am aceu* 5" luck)since the people bked mo •''<' • ,M ' l n oa !" l dld not wv u left the IlelgUn dfnnt )own Tof W(( ymn did not see an autobus and for 2 years I did not see—the worst of id! a Diet and pretty girl. Sure a Princess wanted to marry me, but I wai glad to escape. Sometimes it is nlcu lo be a Prince, but not ulways . I remembered that. Sctith Africa was a Paradise for i %  OUjd r "T from the t i:le experiences ami write mv The newspapers In South Aft tea were glad to have some of I and I was glad to have some money. Then )u>t adKai month in South Africa 1 iNpl again on the Rgtd Ilitch-hlkmg down to I^ourenzo Marques, the oasluni Portuguese Colony. Than ::..Qovornmant did ovsi %  U i tliey could do for mo I got first class ttain tukeU and free flights. I travelled through the |iui|(le illyt. Then I reached N and went up to Tangan.uk.i and Kenya and camo down by the toast and went to the famous C F. HARRISON & Co., (B'dos) Ltd. and at present on display in their show window. Well soon have that better with ONE of the Bambara girls In tha Moycn Congo. Like all the natives. she lias a happy disposition. PANS FOR EVERYONE SARA WOMAN. TliU tribe lives I near Chad. Thirty year* ago the men from other tribes cane to %  teal the women, so the women de I tided w maka taemtelvee ugly They cut their upper tad ktWSI Up-, tu th tut hy vul pier* of "tone ot Wol ATter %  we** they pulled their lip* and put In a big itone. Eventually they lokk •d like this. yvV/MW/W//,V,W,WV %  tcry ship brlnii New S Pan nooks continue to cater to I often stayed as a young bm. If you buy Mflflniflccnf ObiesU'hiteoafc Hcntnuc aid Jalno train thinks she is quite mud many laartsji That was some 17 years ago but alo* thinking it is anything like by Mazo de la Roche .re two of The tension grows stronger and Mrs Helloc Lowndes' "I too It still weaves its spell after so Die Bobe becousc It Is by Lloyd the twelve books wnlch form stronger as the train gets nearei have lived in Arcadia" is sutolong s period. Shcppcy and Tfc Douglas you are going to be dlsthe Whiteoak Novels In thes.to Trieste. The story has been biographical In he quiet tonverLerter and The Breadwinner are appointed. The story ias been novels you meet all the Whiteoaks moat iiiccessfully filmed national style the author of The Included in a great Pan volume, filmed, and as a story it has all from Adeline Court, the old Lodm-T tells of the remarkable Somerset Maugham's reputation the ingredients which Lionel grandmo'her who so fond of parents lo whom Hiluire Belioc as a dramatist of distinction • mixed ro successfully her food to the youngcM or the nnd herself wcixborn although flrmlv based that any attempt lo in the films where he played the Whiteoaks and you get very inor,j(un Ban'mcui by Cadi a doctor hiUl pronounced their underline it would lie wasted hospital doctor. The hero has tarasted in everything that goes Roberta is a Romantic Novel ol father me iinlile of hiving childlabour But young readers comcverj'lhing and on top of this he on at Jalua fthefr wonderful mann big Department Store. l.ad> % % %  i. V ni.e ,md England ing to Matlg^WIB §0T ttM flrat tlRW flats religion Tl.. Canada In IVhileoaJ rn/., %  % %  !, llelion dcnle toiar,, durnig the author's carlv childwill find these three plays typinever clearly defined but the }lrrUaye Renny comes bock from her living In a Rig Department hood is depicted ivilhout sensatal of the essential Mauaham hero goes from strength to the war 1930-45 and finds that Store. She enjoy, her experience* tionalisrn but with a clear vividThe Brcodu'iri'icr is particularly strength. The ttMBM is that Jus uncles luive mismanaged his there and she falls in Ion trsth ness of detj.il that leaves Ijehlnd suitable for tho adolescents wh< even^a .'Lehman can Jfl)^ a kick estate^ and ho _starts to put a young man In the Bargain Baseli an Impression centred around i are convimed in every age that out of Un by doing good to his everything neighbour. The worsttl handled with the farinlv. MrHelloc l^owndc-.' they can set the world to rights mother knew many of the tnIf only thev ran keep the old Ling historical and literary fogies in their olace. figures of the time and they enter a • • the pages of / too Bred in Arcadia unobstruslvely and as if calling D | r ,,, Eddie by Ludwig Berne), at one of the family's homes. maiu j; „ mti „ litk „ thl West Indian readers will be inmi ^ oul ot lfe in Hollywood terested to know that the Bellocs Dtr1 f^^ b thc wnv a a pia at one time owned nroverty in If c of Xhe i ovc -slck tv-us-v. nn H arp ^ coUectlnj( .-m I..KW aw. photos of Hollywood stars thei, Dirty Eddie Is not the bonk fo: BSbJV Exmr KS"' %  glimpse of the Hollywood order. -nog I it. V mrnt. When her mother kn Iota of one of his step brothers gets she tries to Hop their roma— this one is married to toe illegitimate child but Bargain Basement < kill of an acof one of Renny's best friends, those novels with happy andlnc the other stepbrother also gets • married to an American girl. She ^0't Tnle t of ;,'offr Pan has reprinted Ernest Hemcomes to live at Jalnn and soon l*er by J. M. Cohen tngway's Fiesta. Thl:, Is the unfalls In love with the lord of the Pan Book. Like Edgar Allan usual story of a man for whom manor (Rennv). Everything Pc>e. Hotfrnan wrone many creepy Jove was hopeless. Only Heminggoes well at the end. could have written Martinique and San Domingo and that Martinique was once known as Bourbon. I have never befor heard of Martinique by any other name. 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%  101 I SIM1VV AllldlAII SlINDAV, M\V 11. 1S52 i. 1 f--—i Sunday. May 11, 1952 iii.i.r iuisi:ii SELF-IIKU' bousing in Ihc Caribbean is now official 1 by most governments in the area as the only practical method of building large numbers of rural houses. In Puerto Rico experiments in aided self-help have been so successful that houses. 272 square feet in area, containing ofM living room, two bedrooms, porch and kitchen are today being constructed for the equivalent of $550 B.W.I. In Barbados on the other hand chattel houses 18 x 9 feet are estimated to cost $600 each to build. The recent visit to Barbados of two Americans loaned to the Caribbean Commission under the Point 4 Technical Aid Programme provides this island with an opportunity fur self-examination. Is Barbados doing as much as it can to encourage self-aided housing Is it prepared to learn anything from the experience of Puerto Rico or even from Antigua and Jamaica where local governments are actively encouraging self-aid housing? The visit of Mr. Lashley of the Barbados Housing Board to Antigua. Puerto Rico and Jamaica at the expense of the Government of Barbados would suggest that Barbados is in fact very eager to learn from first hand about neighbouring territories' experience. But the visit of Mr. Lashley to Antigua. Puerto Rico and Jamaica and the visit of the two American self-help housim: experts to Barbados will make little impression on Barbados' housing problem or needs unless there is widespread recognition and understanding of what those problems are. There is a tendency for Barbadians to regard housing with a mixture of complacency and fatalism. "What can be done is being done, and nobody could do much more" could, not unfairly, be quoted as typical of the mentality of those who are responsible for housing programmes in the island. The justification for this smugness and fatalism cannot easily be discovered. In recent years housing has been engaging the attention of the government of Barbados. In 1948. thirty-eight houses were built at the Pine Housing Estate. In 1950 forty houses were added to that MUU and in lft&l a loUal of 54 housea were completed at the Pine and Bay Estates and 50 houses were being constructed at the Bay Estate. Over a four-year period less than 200 houses were built by the Government and the costs of those houses were between four and five and six times the cost of houses being built by aided selfhelp methods in Puerto Rico. In addition to building new houses the Government of Barbados during this period and beginning in 1946 removed 68 houses from slum areas to Bellleld Housing Estate: 14 to the Pine Estate: and 351 to the Bay Estate. Besides the building of new houses and removal of houses from slum and condemned areas the Government Peasants' Loan Bank has issued loans to between three and four thousand peasants for rep.ms to houses. In a small island like Barbados the government's attitude to housing based on this record of achievement could not be described as indifferent, especially when it is remembered that other agencies exist to help housebuilders other than government agencies. But there is too great a tendency for housing authorities to regard house building in Barbados as something with regard to which Barbados mdst provide its own formula, irrespective of building costs and irrespective of the experience of other territories in the area. Too often is the argument heard in Barbados that the people of this island are rugged individualists and will not do this or that. The way to deal with rugged individualists is to strike their names off the waiting list for government houses. It is quite wrong to build limited numbers of houses for a very liny percentage of the island's population and to allow this small number to dictate housing policy. If government money is to be spent on providing cheap rented homes for some people the government, not the people, must decide how best that money is to be spent. How can houses ever be built at reasonable prices if costs have to include provision of walls and roads on a scale which eclipses or competes with housing estates built by private enterprises. In an island which will not within thirty years be able to provide proper accommodation for all its people what justification can there be for lavishing money on nonessentials on the restricted number of houses built for those who are privileged to enjoy the special amenities of the Bay or Pine Estates. On the Pine Estate itself might not more be done by the Housing Board to encourage the production of more food by making tenancy of government houses there dependent on the cultivation of garden allotments ? But while room for improvement undoubtedly exists h llM urban housing schemes run by the government the building of rural houses seems hardly to have been touched. In this field the Point 4 grant of some $68,000 D S to the Caribbean Commission should prove advantageous to Barbados. If thii island applies for help to start a rural self aided housing scheme, the experts attached to the Caribbean Comfor this purpose can loan films and provide information which will help the government to launch its campaign. Irrespective of what Mr. Lashley has learnt on his visit the housing needs of the rural community must be met. Funds for this purpose can be obtained from the Peasants' Loan Bank, which now only assists with repairs of existing houses. But only propaganda, concerted opinion and the willingness to build self-aided houses will make this method of home-providing popular. It is shirking the question to talk of rugged individualists. The people of this island are quite capable of understanding facts, if facts are presented in the way that they can understand. The facts show that there is not enough money In the exchequer to build everyone a house costing between 2.000 and 2.300 dollars. In Puerto Rico on the other hand houses which in Barbados have cost these sums and mure to build are being constructed for $550 by self-aided methods. Since labour costs form between 40 and 60 per cent, of the costs of house building in the island the reason for the cheapness of the Puerto Rican house is apparent. The task of the government is to edueata the people to help themselves, not to accuse the people of being rugged individualists or otherwise. Let the government embark on schemes for rural self-help housing and the people will show them how willing they are to avail themselves of the opportunity to help themselves to a home. If the people of Antigua, Jamaica and Puerto Rico can build their own houses, why not our people? Give them a lead and they will probably build for less than the Puerto Ricans. PLASTIC PROPELLING PENCILS LONG LEAD, SCRIPTO PENCILS, BREAK PROOF 18c. each • ADVOCATE STATIONERY AN AERIAL VIEW of th Tart LoU Lloren* Tor ret hoimlng piajf.i l.r.M UmicLed by the San Juan municipal housing authority, and to be flnlnhad U* end of thin year. Involring coiutrncUOD com of S12.000.000, U projoct covers a bondrtd scrs but on aha OUI-KIMor San Juan. Designed for low income famiuoa, tho project provides 2,010 apartment* divided Into llu bulldlnci two and tin-torn* lush. The enure development it located In remnants of a huge coconut plantation, adjacent to residential areas a.*mall. private hoaaaa that have boon developed within the put two year*. Low income dwelling imtta now under construction in Puerto Rico exceed on a population or area baai* the number of anch unit* being built In any of the State-. Puerto Rico, with 2.400,000 inhabitants, has '.'.(mo unit* under conatrucUou a* compared with H,S37 for Hew York and tsVNo for Tessa.— (I.N.P.) IIH< VIIOV MR. FLECKER, Headmaster of Christ Hospital, came to the West Indies to lecture on education at the invitation of the British Council. Last week an article reproduced in the Advocate proves Mr. t _, Flecker to be an accurate observer and lor to be deputy Mayor There mm Q LOCAL <;OVLIll%MENT BY NAME "To require the Central ExecuBy GEORGE Hl'NTF. annual grant* in respect of live to assume direct responsibility penditure incurred by them Bog Oat for the day-to-day decision! on Every Council is required to repair or maintenance of Churns I numberless points uf local policy appoint clerk of the Council and other place* of worship and I is to ask too much of It". This and treasurer. The Councils for the salaries of officers of such dictum of 3lr John Maude needs will fix tne rate of lemuneration churches and places of worship, .careful scrutiny by everyone and of these officers but the .Governor The Governur-in-Executive [ought to be foremost In the minds will have power of dismissal or commi"" D 13 ntr t tha funcof anyone who read? the Bill to the Council maydismiss with the tkms and ,„„,„ o( a council establish a system of local governconsent of the Governor. ,„ ^ nrrt meolmg of sucn ment based on Sir John's wornThe governor maj'"^^ Council. If any difficulty arise. mendaUons. medical officers and sanitary In. „,„„„.,.=_,, ',, h rt „ 1 The Bill provide i for three local spectors and can dictate term, as £ ^''^Vh^r !" !" tu W !" t government areas In Barbados, the to salary, duties and oiherwisc of *>* " J: oun f l r th ? >"*-itv of Bridgetown, the Northern these officials. paraUon of the first register t [District and the Southern District. The Council will have authorl*""" 1 government elector* or tnt The City of Bridgetown is to comity to employ and pay all other preparation of th e nisi valuation 'prise three wards; the City Ward, start Provisions as to pensions list for rating hereditaments, the tinSt Michael Ward and the Carare to be the responsibility of Mic Governor-tn-Executive Committee lisle Ward. Govi'rnor-in-EsecuUve Commitmay make such order for reinovHridgetown Is to become a munitee. ing the difficulty and any such clpal City and the Inhabitants A Council may purchase land order may modify the provision.*. thereof a corporate City bearing eornpulsortly in order to provide of UM Act. up to one year's date the corporate name of "The Mayor, halls, offices or buildings. from the Act coming into operaAldermen and cltiiens of the City Councils shall be the rating Itm Any local govarnmenl of Bridgetown". authorities for their respective (that Is any adult who has reacned The Mayor ,* to be elected anareas. In addition tothe general lhc ^ ur v *• "',*'* '' * %  *. u iirp"* up U. <*. „ may t^ required by etthei third year, except for the first elee$i,ooo ^hall bo exempt from n ouso 0 f t h 0 Legislature. The tion of aldermen, trade tax. Govein..r-in-Exeeuiive Committe, Eighteen councillors are to be consent of the Governor-inmay cauae a local cnqu iry to be elected, six from each ward of trie Executive Committee la necessary held in nny —-, where he deem* City. The City of B^*^*" '"{ be i^L"' nd can • ^1"j*< by lt aovl sable, concerning the arimrpnsc?. of local government wui agrecemont or purchased com, f '„,..,,-, or -duties therefore, under the provisions of pu U. rlly. Ai.nu..l budgets ol Coun^iX'clJbvVId the Hill under reference, be adotH muK lsubmitted bcfore,lho ^S^liSJS^mSmolS, ministered by one Mayor, eight or beginning of a financial year to !" G 0 ^"' 0 ^'' !" Si SwtaMc, nine aldermen and eighteen courtthe Govern.* -in-Executive Commi ) Xoc wlU ^ nav 5 X !" !" ?1 rilfcM (unless one Councillor Is miitee for approval. The Om ,. .ckof |K>wcr k l etaCd Mavor when there will be emor-in-Exc; utive Committee Council by transferring t., himatJl 17 Councillors). There will be cannot increase the amount to bo specified functions of the Council tither 27 or 28 persons on the City expended but can make other Each Council can make byeCouncil, modifications. laws and can Impose penalties not The two District Councils will Grants U> Councils can b* made exceeding $50. These bye-law: each consist of the Chairman, by the Governor-in-Executive have however to bo approved b> Aldermen and Councillors. Committee subject to conditions, the Govenior-ln-Execuiive ComThe District Councils will each Sanction of the Governor-inrniltce. appoint a Vice-Chairman. Each Executive Committee is required .ncil will include nv '.„*. s i5 before money can be borrowed by that rhe power of the new Counhort term spending. c( a are ^ hedged about ,m-t, S tot. ,?' J^SkJ?; a Council and cW Joint-corn"" Andrew. SI. Joseph Sljtog ml ,„,. ,„.,„ bo „„,„., ,„ Aud| lh Jre?ore N '£ h adn,ln.SS^ by'!! au,h.„r OC lb. CouncU. .nou.d bo r'r, ,~. m Bv or six ldormtn a whole time government oAni SS ^venteen ?£ ^eighteen ,ounn>.d. it clear that within the limits elllors. Total perlons will bo 24 ot the pre! 4? y The DisSt. Sir John Maude in his report nidcrm'en''dependTng" on whether Cornells" either" tor "torTgterrr; or T,Y[l"^ i!~"" "'"" "'""" '' the Chairman la elected trom any h „ r u-rm .nendine. Aldermen or Councillors. I must confess after reading the iew lull 10 be one of the e erlttca Hut I think that this criticism ii of far less importance than lh< ? which follows from Sir John n gdinJaslOII that to entrust thi whole administration of loca !ully and well. m ent would be to Impose on It al AU ^f C ^ n n S ^ mC H 0 ^,liK intolerable burden. I am not one . a H dlt *i" f^ a v J^^l of those who think that govtrai ment by Governor-ln-Executlv Committee is the best or even ; rtsmnniltlll fom of gvernment Hut the Hill under reference no' been only adds to the responsibility o: their .-Ing in this region, but who have been taught Just enough to make them aspire to the limited number of government professional and commercial Jobs which form the substance of the dreams of all while collar workers. Any suggestion that the type of education Is unwise or even unkind to the children on whom it Is Inflicted by ambitious parents and complacent governments is regarded as proof of the reactionary disposition of the critic. No doubt Mr. Flecker too will be labelled as a reactionary. There is little evidence for supposing that those responsible for educational policy in Barbados are really aware of the great unbalance which exists in an educational machine so little geared to the highly technical and competite world in which we live. it Vestry system thi or 25. auditors had done their work ca.everninont lo lh< cmtral ^ The Southern District consisting t\My and well, of St George. St Philip. St. John and parts of St. Michael and ,„ ___ Christ Church will elect twenty bu t the Bill leaves the date of five councillors, five from ech auc jiting unfixed. Accounts shall parish Local government of ne ..^ au( i[ted as soon as may be Southern District will H !" **** thereafter." be ^mimrtT^ by %  C hairman. ^^ ^ ^^^ ^ 'lumr'uiors It will be observed audited ope month after their the C,..vemor-in-Executivc Com •h.t the Southern District Is to receipt by the Council, committee mittee but gives him greatei be the largest of the two rural or lolnt-commlttee. the Council power. If there was no party govunits of local government, unless shall cause the accounU as cerlleminent in Barbados there trOuV %  wna amendment is made to the fled by the Auditor General to be of course be no difflailty since th< Bill as it presently stands. published In the Official tla/.-tt.Governor-ln-BxocuUv Committct Sir John Maude in his report The Auditor General cannot would be acting upon the Bdvio .criticised financial relations bedisallow expenses which have been of the Executive Committee. Bu Itween the vestries mid parochial sanctioned by the Govotnor-lnaince the Bu^he experiment then iboards and aakl that Uieac r gU--d> xecutlv Committee. has been a tendency for the itions and the unsatisfactory ,y**^.'Pn %  Governor-in-Executive Leader of the House of Assembl; tem of government it'^wa _TmCommittee shall make regulations to assume the role of Prim< compensation of officers or Minister and to play a role In th> nts of a Vestry who sutler bOBUUvt Committee which i* 1 f emplo>-ment or dlmunitlon new conception of local governlit them to earn pair the Vestries sense of financial to ^inonslblllt}' The new Bill makes provision ^ SLZSZISSXS frSn ;S5S 1 ^ ' !" t mM, '' t "'"'buted to the mpn( So nlllch therefore depend meXrV far regulating and concomin* Into force of the Act. M the answer to the question wh. tn.lline the finance of the City Or p The „. Governor-in-Executive ls ,ho Governor-in-Executiv. District 'This finance committee CommlteaO mi.y make regulations Commitlee? U to be responsible for estimalpnjviding for the payments by the But whoever It f*. his powcing all expenditure which exceed* Councils' to the Diocesan Synod of ovor t he local government will b. in the case of the District S25o Barbados and to such other relifiii mrn en5e if the new Bill Is passe* and in the case of the City $S00 ous bodies as may be specified of by the Legislature. Ol II READERS SAY: Tlie possibility of a technical school being included in the expenditure which the government intends to make In implementation of its live-year programme should lull no one into a sense of something vital having been achieved. One technical school will be an advance on no technical schools: but the whole educational system of the island needs reorienting to the needs of the community. Agriculture, handcrafts, carE entry, domestic science, health habit* ought to %  the major subjects of school curricula everywhere in Barbados. Thy change-over has got to be gradual and the prejudices of the people can only be removed by patient propaganda and explanation, but a start must be made. Mr. Flecker's article, coming as it does from a Headmaster of a famous English public school, ought to carry more weight with those responsible for educational policy than the splendid efforts which have been made by the minority who have long been crying beware. If only a halt Is called to the present cert idea te-worshipAnd not only are the man an< llirl/i CMOW number of children) Is. to my woman blessed by marriage an< wav of thinking, a very great a home and the children grow Uf a -.distance in allowing voting men In the moral wholesome atmos and women to lead stable, satisphere which Is the basic deterrent of waywardness. To the Editor, The Advocate, ,SIR,— thank "Medlcus" for his sound Nothing Is so good for young But this advantageous -date o I logic expressed in your columns, people SO they emerge from affairs is closed to thousands or On one point I must disagree adolescence a* to marry and esyoung moi and women fof thI for he says he sees "no i*asj ublish a home. Home with its simple reason that they cttnno'. that religion should enter into it affection. and understanding cope with the financial strain o (birth control). with some one who *area, and s a large family What man will Of course, different persons anxi-ms to *elp. become Little more ttiai haw very differing icktus as U> haven and the centre of interest, rnoufll to care for himself woul* what constitutes religion. To A young man with a wife nu'i decide in all rtUsoiutblencsb i< those who foal religion to be home becomes a respected memobligate hlmsolf to suppoit wk$)t mainly concerned with worship of bar of the community. He has or ten people? Diety or life hereafter, the consomething to work for—the best If birth-control were freel nocUon between religion anel in him is called out These are used the marriage rale srouli birth control would not be the conditions, the atmosphere In treble. Illegitimacy would drop obvious. But to those who take which spiritual a.pirations flourand delinquency would decrease. Christianity as a way of living.Kir tab. These are the church goers. So birth control Is assenl dailv lives—and of ssuiohlng t-tes* are the one* who (: d llvlnf. The averaga then* through foUowiitg our way foundations of stability and selfperson does not prefer to br slowly—then every part of our respect are enabled to turn their promiscious. he is forced into It mne *Vntm* ihe"flnTt*"?b^n* forward !" Tit" ha^i 'lives ls linked to religion thoughts'to things of Uw spirit— by financial pressure. 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PACK TIN EDI CM lO \ VOTES SUNDAY ADVOCATK SUNDAY. MAY II, 1*S2 CHLKCII SERVICES SPEIGIITSTOIM HOI \D-IP Perpetuating Error %  %  iciaed the pEducattoa. And there Is a very Tho attendance roll at these whoto now avasrage aboul ,..ii Harmon. 1 p m. Bttaaa? chool 1 a ST MABV1 CHUWCII 4ih Sun-tar Artec lHt T JO 1. MJ' rI OS a m Law % %  • •Mam Solemn SUsa %  S araaan. Sunday Srhool • M M Vaaaata. 4 1ft p m %  aptiam • i % %  l %  l mmmm pany %  Ml IIKIIllsl urnm.' n Ian ii rn DAUCBffl .NT a .i m SOUTH DI*TH1CT" m Mr f ritovir*N< %  i VAKXHA1J. • • < 1 ,TvNrs ..AY "'rTn J Purrorwan II a a*. Mr C. am l(*. K n CrUIMri Rav C. TVilor. L-ut week 1 crit p**nimcnt spec-AUst from UUTIM &15S -^ ^^-^ssssrs" Mr Jarvis has -CO^Ud a po ££2ntaM 20.000 might get in oo the *Uff of liic L"dgu School .,„. llrmt nUry .chool IS AIX and JAtaB where be will leach armor ( nnnhawtiti tUI the nlucalioi n am IUV Math* fran September m paee (iry wlU ever get. If It doe* noof Mr. CiaaH I'.ltfrun who ha* ,. yul|> lhcm for lhc.r place hi the !" *^ retired i than education aa Whether MT. Jarvis realiMO ttW ((,,„„ ,< will have failed, that he would, be partially waited society is not to be judged by nnd lht there could be BO room ,15 fcriltuint scholarfrom the fOT his ipaolJ gifts and Inlcllecuniversity There arc too few r tual 1UJ liftPOfU, I am not ....,,.. it must not be judged l> %  ware hut at least or* blgnly M humble men and women who Qualified to-ah-r will be saved for i-rfonn the various sendees and bitter use InTnc profession. > o the ** "*** m "' n g n Bu what aarmTme now i* to a ^"^^ f ^ wSboi? ii fl„d that aTtoTh.dvertisemem and Ajn {"^*££j* g K appear* cnlllmr '>' PP l nl for tha5 B SlaS ** an eiemenifie poat stating that preference ; educauon and thai is not will be given to one with quamt^ rna ^ t t, to fit them for thesr Xim Hcatlons In Mathematics and for luc< m g^^y ghen all our ineMl -, p Science. The Director of EducactRTM ij lT ^ T must decline. And let tkm Should be called upon to „. e ,44: "They are declining ahow what particular u*e B Bag"" now l^KHAU. ry qualified mMhematlelan or Fundamental* •„* %  ? .' 1 Vr^Sl aclenUst a* mch. wrnlrt b' to The riementary school Is for the work of the Bjinimin hl p urp oe of giving th* 11 am itr D +*<> r School?. H ma* be that *e hildrcn a oasic education and Mu.bawu Director ftixk It nece^arv ( (n(-n a -.0,^1 foundat hav such nn Irnner'or t<> J !" "" „ ,„, which they can build. ln the add !lr*ial work Ifirlurtit-.' rp |, m( t„ na nuls are reading s sa a : nd willing and 10 calculate ilm... uwuM in* * iimeUcal problems. nonuj< K STRJorr-ll am Uornns It IS sad to find youngsters) aarviMi Prrai-her: Bn E^S -vriling letHTs which could only : a %  l% ire*nt them from getting -tny r '^ Af — „ uld 11 am UN bad spelling .,7^ s*wMr M. 1 0 1 W> %  "-•5 ", oly r SE^I* Mr o. lually distressing to see g^Jf Rrryifr. Pr-art— >ung men divldiiiR their wages r^njmat-u am Monu.m fc": ng the monay in loU on it., C hrr Mr w si ""'.;. p 2 ground ("one fov Oat, <*"• r.venloa B>rvke. Praartw Mr one for he"). p m^^-an. SrrMi: rraacMr | \1.V \TlON \KM\ %  KSSSP,. m S-tvattor MM bus* Si MM W M laoal < 'HTtmandar BSUDGETUWN CDTTKAX. m ComUaMlnc %  anaaSBwaTW Tow w. a A r* %• V.IIIT1: HAIX am Mr O McCalbtar 1 p t OIU, MKMORIAL m-i'^'^na-i'-s which he ha* •fried or 10 •'%  > curt culum of thfhool. Othent Availnhfe There are other nonol*avaiinhl" snd qunllned to fill *o j)(1 ,.f Tn*t*rrtor of R-^nyils-. an'l ft Is the duly of the governor or the nawlv erented Civ I Servic Commtvion to w*u-Norm.aTMarr 11 a an Hoima— Ma*tina. Spa* Oaaa|.any MaaSUiC 1 p m faWal;^ MH". 11 am Ma*..*MaMlng. J V m. CnI,*P MaWin*. T p %  Mal.atum M-aSim '•"—" C ^"A llain Hollbaaa MrrtlT> pans Mrt>rm: t 1 % % %  .'*-1 ygK: ,„.,. IM 1 !" • %  '•••" ~<"^ ,,„ „.,>..., '.-,'... ,., ,.on KIVEH BO AD 10 a m Suralaa School II a ra Sor,.,r I If P m Dlvtoaacvlo. B* L B liiaajai> Mtiai*r In Cbarsr BANK HAJJ%  a %  m Sunday School 11 a to %  urviw S p m Moiaar-a Dajr IS p in IMvlnr Si lc a (i M B PrUlUohn Mlnlrtar In Charsw Sea Encroaching On Heywoods People living along certain parts of Heywoods and Sixinciia are cluaely watching the encroachment the sea is making on the land in that area. Recently, the sea at spring-tide—but not breaking— washed over the road and under people's houses depttMting itejcips of sand At one time, the road was well covered with water and sand *nd was impassable by vebiei' Poopi,* w hi h.id U> make use of ih toad bad U> wade ihtough th.wau-i-. Next day, the waMT hau t2>^NETT can help you to success through personal postal tuition T run oil but the aand atlU made It difficult for \rhictes to use the road. Before Uiis. the ata seldom went over the tiud in this area. Onlj when wavfwire bulking heavily did wjtaar go over lln rowL A resident aid that something should be dona about it at once. Ha> is hoplnn U> see break waters put down at the dangerous spots. mi One Month Sentence For Loitering | IMUMiai OP MBN in impurUDi pouiruoi were once srudenpt ot The Beaneu CoMagc. They owe ibeir succeas 10 Pcnooal Postal I uiuoo — The Bcancti Collage way. You have the tame chsoce iu quality for a tine career, hajher psv and social ttandiog. One of these courses will lead to your advaac %  Haifcaot Laoiiaan LI" ilrrf. s.a>i< Coa>ai(ial Afiitur %  rafl M a...*. BBBLAfl Mr G II MorvUU nrrrtt-DA Mr D Scon auBday School 11 a m XHvn 1 U P %  Dlvlniamn; II Walkaa. Mlrl'trt In Cham COX ROAD Din* Sorvlca. 1pm m Dlvtaa Barvk* %  lUUrMr in Chaia* SIOM HILL Derttte aarvies Bav 3 in Ckars* IH Paasor In CBontr A large crowd attended the Mobile Cinema show at the District %  Station yard on Friday night. Most of ihvm were from Mile imd Quarter and A.Jlton Tenantry. A.lin 1 15 p 1 at Rr*. Nrw: |v, 1 othei fill th. MKfortinie*. tlcationa whr' placos. It mtgh* s^rs-e ns a uwful The ehild of today r-"lndar if I mention '"• olf ely unforlunnie In the ml'v which s*oola and the el numtary school the addition of %  profe*lnn pxoei 1 tin, Spanish and Maths, pre'euyear* nv-o when Ihrt 1 bin from paying enough general exoduc of •neeialist.itcntion to simple reading. Nature lt*-n %  m 1 M .^. Ihr hnool r Lord including Messrs. Sweet (SciwriUng and arithmetic. Ttie process of c na J e *' „„-m tu enre. and Isaacs and Burton ^rasat being ambitious demands revise the educal 10^' *' r ^* m C^T__ from Harriaon Cota secondary education. Here the 1> *•* n * c f Uy ^ h kS '-" -* J %  "'* ""5 Vsa1 Ltr r,nd Mr IT-Kon (R^ienrel M .stars And that the foundation trends but •"""" '„_ *.rt-t.e*s, r %  a-aat %  *. from Lsidse frwV Barb %  aak that there Is little on demands ^ M to "*'^ el f^ ** %£** !" ZJui*Z ot,. u ..' had to go as f^r ;. Harvard which to build. Then the unfortern which >w served "f^iL ^ JSaassi arsri iron QM P" Unlverrtiv fo, one and evso 1 a Ume when ha needs the altar of modern theories. '"**" accent others who hnd hoen -;t help. i faced with supersomewhere along the line qualifications. i.litn. He leaves school naif K ZZ, -, inrnn in. lte a design to C.'Mnnn TamnnrnfV <***< „nd w!,h ,„ !" b ^„S^du?.uS.I S o. 5 nan ? IS^TJ A n any wonder lhal ho has n.. ., )u morlt ParenU and Membtr Ul tX. CO.. / aaa S&& %  — — I;,; • 5-= S*T >^ ,O,,T-OK-S 1 AI N. ag . ,-aa*, _. .^ gjffl g£ ^"Z^^&??S £ST&&. BU 7 3 . 1„.Ki..K ,^i*lv norm a rorship Mr. C. B. t'.riftlth Pobee Magistrate of District "A*' ya*tea-day sasitencetl W>-eor-old George Spencer a labourThe funer:.! of the late King and ot Chapra-Ji s I-ane. St. Michael .. Him 00 eugenics w< re ^mong the " one month's imprisonment with liigrfs programme. n, '" <1 labour fur loitering on the • • premise* of Evans Greenidge at %  as ll.-partment <>1 Highways Black Rock. At this spot, the road was w O rimih *W 'S ,i B t h """ 1 ^ n..rrow that two big vehicles eould Po cannt walk tte road at night n.l pass each other without ono <•' t !" •>* PH>^ hke biro.and ..ing up the little embankment by it was the dut> orraaj any suspicious person Ihe road will %  %  like lum loitering tiafflc congestion _ . .. ... • ^ a • Emerson Howard—keeper of the KU-ven |g*sg tot.dlmg $87.30 criminal records at Wf !" '*". Magistrate luhi the court lhal the defendant Vr. S. H N'urse it MDTOOAY .M<

S but let us ..H111 If. -•-• of I PMM I Kni-oM d'etre unte Voo II an given seven days to p >y Sgt Howard attacJicd to the eeeh fine, failing to pay either, he R] DC k Hock Police Station wio will undergo one month';; imprism a t he saw the defendant 00 'he 01 %  mentNo fine for the 'wo days premije, of Greenidge and when .-• needed $6.00. he asked him what he was doing The .'her fines were for dan, he de teadanl could not give a a rous pecd limit, breaking of the Shop Closing Act, Indecent language, ight of cane* on My reasonfor ratring these points ts that pnrenta find It difficult nowadays to pay fecund keep children o^ Sceond^ry Schools for them to go", an em.oatlon and this also costs the Government a largo sum. thereIhp Kementary Schools 1 compulsory attendance. They 1 begotten unwanted and roam fore only the beat Will do. There "he dreeta unmolested Even Humus* be no littkerlna with eduilogs nra taken from among cation and especially Elementary them. ,11 make on them. Next week I shall deal .with Ajodh UM folly of leoching Latin, and Spanish and MathemaUcs Elemtntarj' Schools. J. E. B. St. Clair Bynoe of Church Village, SI. Mictiael was yesjerdaj BMd 25;in 21 dajs or onemonth s unprlMjnment with haro labour for using indecent language on Mailiill Street. Michael on May 8. Singh. Minister of Works fou "r"nuiiches to~0Ctf V ihe Davis Cpi Mullins who brought the 1 ununlcations who is til. C up European Zone In a first se said thai he spoke to the de| Sinanta toppexi the secret ballot round matcVhere to-day and qualfendant who was abusing n the with 16 vote*. The post of Deputy tfll to play at home to Britain in street. The defendant still conSpeaker will be filled next week. the second'round.—UJ. tinu-1 to misbehave. nporary member of the ; %  lorry and wounding. YUGOSLAVIA DF.FEA T 1I\LI\I> /V DAVIS CUP HELSINKI. Mav 10 Yugoslavia defeated Finland by for STUBBORN hang-on Bronchial COUGHS AND COLDS THERE'S NOTHIHG CURES AS SWIFTLY AS CANADA'S LARGEST SELLING COUGH AND COLD REMEDY BUCKLEY'S MIXTURE PIIOI IM.V I"IIKM:VII\. TWO'} R* CARS H.T-\ .i v ittwmg In-;orv brilliantly Six' .111,1 :hc 'CoiiMin %  1 '1 1 g/ 1 those lino i.iturcs been Mm 11 something apw and n Charles Mc Enearney & Co., Ltd. Ford-Trained Mechanics Ford-Approved Service Methods Genuine Ford Parts Special Ford Equipment OHIc. 4493 Woritahop 4M3 — Parta Dpartmnl 4S73 Nighl Than* 4125 WloikfiJiA' (Day TODAY the second Sunday In May, there will be assembled a grand array ol Exquisite GUTS for Mother. Precious Gems, sparkling brilliantly in magnilicent settings . Costume Pieces ol untold beauty . Remembrances that fittingly express your sentiments ... but there is a GIFT unique lo mother as well as the children ... a Gift though encased in walls possesses a characteristic sentiment all of its own .. it's the house daddy built... it's Ihe house mother adorned . It's the house probably in which you were born. Whan last did you glance around those old and revered walls ? When last did you give that home a sparkling new coat of Protective Beauty ? No greater Gift can you give to mother, than to adorn her revered home with a new Decorative Finish. The home itself will ever maintain its traditions, but at least give the walls a new look and let them bring a new glamour lo mother who will ever understand the true meaning of home. SKOWCEM CEMENT WATERPROOF COATING SIS0WCEM protects Ihe outside of your building from rain and moisture and improves Its appearance. Its clean finish on Inside walls and ceilings Increases light reflection value by at least 20 per cent. SNOWCEM is hygienic since its valuable surface promotes maximum cleanliness and prevents the harbouring ol germs. SUPPLIED in the following popular S hades : White, Cream. Pink, SUver-Grey. Green. Blue, Yellow and Terra-Cotta. On Sale at all Lumber and Hardware Stores



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SUNDAY, MAY II, 19J2 Sl'NDAY ADVOCATE PAGE F.I.F.VF.N f The Lives Of Harry Lime 'T'HE hyacinth Is a flower, a rum swiizlc U a drink, and the Panama Canal—let's face it—is a ditch. The story begins with a drink and ends with the flower. There are also a couple of very cute babes involved in the proceedings. So hold on tight, my children. Your Uncle Harry's taking you for a nice ride on his magic carpet. We're off to the Canal Zone. When I arrived there at the •tart of this story I decided to lay up for a night tn Cristobal. I found an air-cooled hotel and took a shower. Then off to Ptomaine Joe's bar for one of those ium swizzles. Whan %  cauliflower-earnl *-|usT Joined up to fl*ii lor Unrla Sam he didn't i"i*inr that tin war Job would ba picking or Life wu dull until Harrv Urn* cam* BJ>I>*. than thr CM mm lound thrmarlvn up • %  alnal it In a |unajlr •PV plot H anoUtrr Harry Um# adontuir that will thrill >ou. and Us Utle U: -The Hyacinth Patrol". The next mniute a burst of stars exploded in front of my eyes and my Jaw seemed to become detached from my skull. It was some time before I heard a voice like a rusty file telling me: "Oh. gee. mister. I never meant to slug you. I was aiming at my pal here. You all right?" A khakl-clad giant with a broken nose and two cauliflowe.* ears was bending over vai anxiously. Picking me up. to went on: "The least I can do is buy you a drink. They say one of Joe's 'zombies' kills or cures you. C'mon . let's grab a seat. Hey. Joe! A rum swizzle fer me friend here, and tap out another beer for me." "Comin' up. Tiger." the barman called and the soldier continued: "Now we can chin in peace. Me . I'm Tiger Dolan. Most promisin' middleweight in the fight game. I was all set for a try At the championship when Uncle Sammy csTlled th' decision. . What d'ya say your tag was?" "Harry Lime . You know. Tiger, you'd better do something about that red hair of yours. It gets you Into too much trouble.' JUNGLE GIRL A Slow Smile He grinned sheepishly. "I get it." Then, frowning, "I used to keep fight in' for the ring, Harry, but since Nugent shoved me to th* Hyacinth Patrol—" "Who shoved you Into whaiT" "The Hyacinth Patrol ... an' Nugent Is th' louse slttin' over at that corner table with my gal Lola." It was like looking into the face of the Jungle itself, looking at Lola. She was lush, magnificent. Her eyes were Insolent her mouth voluptuously curving and cruel, her hair the dark red of ageing blood. She met my gaze. . slowly smiled. Tiger said bitterly, "I was doing all right with Lola till Nugent moved in. That guy's fouled me up since boot camp. Harry. Thinks he's a boxer. Learned to throw his fists in military school, I guess. "I beat the tar outa him In a camp bout an' he's hated me ever since. I almost busted with Joy when they transferred me to Panama. Looked like I was gonna make one of th' gun i lews. Then Lieutenant Nugent was transferred here—to my outfit—an' he details me to th' Hyacinth Patrol. "U's a stlnkin' flower detail— clearin* water hyacinths outa th' channels so's they won't foul up ships or breed malarial mosquitoes. I Joined up to right, not to pick posies. An' nobody knows tt better'n Nugent." I smiled at Lola. She returned the courtesy with interest. Lieutenant Nugent caught our pleasant interchange. He scowled and called the barman. We couldn't hear what he said. but we found out without delay, for Joe came across to us. and without preliminary said: "I must ask you to leave. You're disturbing the peace. The lieutenant—" Tiger's face went scarlet. He kicked his chair back. Swinging his big flats, he moved forward. But so did Joe and his bouncers. In no time at all. Tiger and I were outside. sitting in the gutter among a crowd of grinning Panamanians. Three hours and eight ban* later I was ready to call it a night. By now. Tiger and I were buddies, and we'd arranged to meet on the morrow—being Sunday. Looking forward to a peaceful shower and slumber 1 let myself into my room, switched on the light and electric fan—and then I got a surprise. Lola was lounging across my bed, smiling like a cat that'*. been at the cream pitcher. She said: "It isn't very nice to keep a ludy waiting, Mr. Lime. I came to apologise about you being thrown out of Joe's. It wasn't my fault, but Ross gets so Jealous — especially when you were with Tiger." "Let it go," I said. "You're danger with a capital D. Lola." She stood up lazily. Then. amlling: "Want to see me tomorrow." "Where?" "At my place, 23, Villano. Darkish . About eight? I'll be waiting. Harry." ANGER I Am Accused Her hand was on the door latch when the door was pushed violently open, and the new visitor was Tiger Dolan. He sized up the situation quickly—and wrongly. "Harry, what's she doln' here?" he asked, angrily. Lola slipped past him without replying. I said: "We'll taka thai up m due time, sergeant. Come on in. "I don't Intend to get thrown out of this place NOW. what's your problem?" Tiger scowled. "I dunno as 1 want to tell you now. Th" minute I turn my back you're after my girl." "Wrong! She came after me. But Louie the Louse was ahead %  of me. Don't forget that." H i s moon-face brightened. "Yeah! Nugent! That 1 why I come here, Harry. I just heard somothin' about him. Somcthln' I never believed even he'd be low enough to do. You goltu listen. Harry. This Is important. 1 think Nuuent's workm' for th' enemy! "I'm not klddln'," he went on earnestly. "A friend of mine Just came in from the swamps to tell me. Rita lives near the old French channel . An' she*!i BI^II our splt-anpolish lieutenant goin' to ol" Gibber's cabin How d'ya like that?" "Not too well. Tell me all about It to-morrow. Tiger." "Tomorrow's too late. That's why I'm tellin' you now. I want you to go out with me first thing In th' mornln' to Rita's shack. She'll tell you th' whole story." "I've never been partial to swamps. They're damp, dismal places with nil sorts of nasty poisonous things flying, and dithering about. This particular one was no exception as. In the dingy hours of dawn. Tiger laboriously rowed us through something that was half mud half glue — except for those cursed water hyacinths. "Why must people live in such places;—•unless they're related to alligators?" I moaned. "No rent." Tiger pointed out. "Squatters, you know. Throw any kind of shack up. There's Rita now! Just aroun' this next bend, Harry, an we'll be there." RITA Glowing; Eyes It was Rita. And. as Lola had been all jungle, this small dark Panamanian pnl with glowing black eyes and fnwn-likc grace w.i.i u:i.il
la r-d. ^___ -'.III Mill. t*>vei' Stone House COP .psialrs three bedrooms," ivlacrnom. dim... ,,--. ind batha. one with Tub bath ind hot and aiwiislalr. J mare rooms, kllcli. 1. ind shower rm.m Standinf on •Brill BV fa I A. IB 1 1bn.1t IOB vard. (,..ni OiW. Ilearh BB| <'. ippolnlmenl only 111 M. VI ti*\iff room, kit %  1 led bath Stand liur on appro.nnsielv HOW ,. Of land Situate jt llhii.nd ..pproslmalely tta ynrds from th.famoUB Rock lev Be...' Bungalow ha, never I1 %  •.'d .... %  %  Roc klu New Road on apprux ( linalrlv IB.OU11 *uu,ue feet of Upd Marniflcent slew of Golf Course* Three bedroom<. dTaWBtd dlnkai room. Kllchrn l>o%.nvuir, Uaraae se.vant room with ball, and toilet, and enough room f-i i.uruiiv , BBJtatri At Vontnur Builduig Three 1..1 dining room, modern toilet and bath All built boards Very close lo Ooll i TR* laat available wot at thai very pop 11 In 1 rrstdmlial area CHIBCRIIJ. Mai well! coi I ied mo m with running ronullnation d'awing room, modern klu hen. Intlet and bath Good residential area Eicellent sea bathing A w.unu itment si Ike v.-i Esu.tr Raad. Thrrr pin. ARE YOU INTERESTED IN MAKING MORE MONEY? IF SO IV'till.I. VOW FOR OWE OF 1 1.1 SI i III RSES Archi'.eciun.l Dr.iunhlsmanship Building and Dcsisn Course A M S K (Civil. FJec., and Mec.j Automobile Repulrmiin's Course I 1 Iii-stallatioo and Wiring Course General Electrical EnglnevrlnR Course General Cerlillcate of Education General Agricultural Course Insurance Practice St Ictm a n th 1 p Petroleum Tcrhnoliagy Course Selioot Certlnratr Course Special Book-keepini. Bnd Accountancy Forestry Ratng Servicing Maintenance and Repair Course PrivaW SffcrBtaryship •' 1 for full particulars if course Is not mentioned Write I.. — 1 CARIBBEAN EDUCATIONAL P0BT C0UP0W TO P.O. BOX INSTIII II P.O. BOX 307, P.0.8. for: 111.11 INJI INSTITITE OF I ' II t II A KKITISH ri'TtHtlAI. 1NSIIH IK. LONDON 307. P.OJI, Trtnlatfl MM send me R9V Book. BkHBS Addreaa -ubjeel *e Career *f lal*.eat A* Partly ston* nd Uth living a large ... I awns* m. 1 un.g ( •Iv lOaat aquarr feet fTlls house Is *WnT Oloae mouB Hotkle, Beach WINDWARD CRHMT (LIB NOTICE TO MEMBERS Members are hereby notified that the grounds u-l'l b open for practice on Tuesday 13th May. N. C. THORNTON. BtnVtUl ) 9,5.52—3n. bath. alUChed. dli. east Standing on 4 is acre of land mm Hall Terrace I'. .! %  -..11 I. I %  %  allery Government wi.l.-i. .:e.ir:..hi hMMUad tBtaaata .• Ccdrtntion Hill. St Michael CBATTJU. BOISE One roof chattel house it %  9 with hrd-roof It a 9 and hllchen Int. all attached, with ould partially lllllna S"dm paling. im rented Ifind REALTORS Limited REAL ESTATE AGENTS AUCTIONEERS VAMTtRS 111 1SS Roeb..ik Street. "-'daartowa. pn u ..e I >ss.'.*,;'*.'.;;THERE IH NO TOMORi J)W—PORT TODAY I #1 # if roTHt; WORLD'S BEST RUMGuaranteed 5 Years Old, stored In Wood. This B % %  "Mrd. b-rttled and anid only by Ot, \ i word Kutnrx." >reatttered any person infringtbit TTBdt) Mark will be slHctly ptosajcuted. We ajlgo M-U 1.11 the a.thet; Well-known Brands of Liquor und Llquuurt auch as: — GORDONS GIN. SEVERAL MAKES OF WHISKY. FlNOI-\TErlS AND IlENNESSYS BRANDY LOUIS RXEDEK AM) DRY MONOPOLE CHAMPAGNE We even stock HENNESSYS 40 YEAR OLD BRANDY. Iluiin,. is nol only soft and mellow, but goes down wdth iilh, rich tasta? when drunk by Itself with no after faflBJStt. It for Cockli.ils, Plantftrs Punches and other %  .red l in Kip.. Pints ;md Quart Bottles by: — A. E. TAYLOR LTD. COLERIDGE STREET. they are no Parking Problems. And where U HIGH And Prices are LOW. PLEASE DIAL: 4100. JOYCE HUTCHINSON EXPERT HEMSTITCHING Bulton & Buckle Covering Butlon Holes Modern St Fashionable Dress Decorations Begs to inform her many customers Ihnt her olllce %  removed irorh 1st Boor Collins Lid., lo Knights' Phoenix Pharmacy (1st floor). Entrance from Prince William Henry Si. 9.5.52. 2n. REAL ESTATE JOHN M. Ill VHUS s> CO. a.r.s, iv. COMPRFHENflrVE U8TINOS lira. AVAILABLE FOR SALE STONR BI'NOALOW, Main Rd Worth I nt—Twelve months old construction carefully aun*rvlad Llvlrur room, tallerr. S bedroonu wllh wa.hbaaln'. separate toilet and bathroom, kitchen. delacr-.l uiviuiia' quarter* and garage Picellent bathing rlos* at hand Owner leaving bland. Nearest X 4.900. "WDfDr MHJ, RendervouKill n Ch Modem built bungalow, S bedrooms lounge kitchen. BJBtdB, arrv.intaouar%  j ft land In good tinobatritrted view / Offer arcenlcd MOOBRM arSIDINir Maswell Coast—Vary wall built none houa* near roast with spacious drawing room havlnt Prench windows leading on to wide roofed veranda'' Dining room breakfast room. fHted kitchen. 4 Rouble bedrooms, t-car garage tsrvants' quart*., and prrrate area** la good beach Tl rropertv Include* a detached a itadlly BBlaabl* building plot %  ABaCBlWAY BOISE". Havv Cardena A modern, compact and well built ai !" .e property Ml a 3K There i. q .art*. Tt*a hous iHrubs and Shade I a good slied llvl •eparate lollrt and bathroom with tiled shower The garate ia inletr.l with the main buUdln R arid h*s n door giving direct aoraaa to the nouae, A wide I ahaped front verandah, whlrh B not overlooked, ha a pleasantand dominant feature Goon Barvanl'i quarteia are provided aad the greunda of ii.xsn *a ft are compiler, fenced and private \*ry renaonablv priced at above ftgurc a. owner IB leaving the Island "MALTA", HI. Pete.—A modem %  ton* built house of aaitramalv •olid rontlrueOoti and *t*n.iv. > /.•modelled in tre* added attraction. Two grsaani Boor contains I garwflwa. •errant* quartan with toilet facintla*. rlorerooma end laundry On the first flo,>r twbsr* (Bar* U asually a cooling brawsei there If a wide and gparioui cowered verandah with outlook see— *rila, a large bathroom, drawing room, t bathroom, one with hot water m.taued. S bedrooms il •nth own bath and vafleti butlsr's pantry and modern kitchen Appcoi: •, acr* ol land w*U laid out and Irrujaled fiotr. own water .upply. ales Main* water and htht Kurht of way to beach and good bathlnt appoatte houa*. COTS BPBINO tfOL'SE, Si James — At Btoray housa on tost wltn good grounds and Intereetint possibilities There I. eacellenl bathing froin a aaeludrd and prtval* sandy cove. • %  WT* DOVER-. SI. Peter .. aotkd ana ator*, •ton* raaidarx' wllh shlnfllssl roof, lateli % %  isnatrely re-a*odelled with gr. rare by th* present owner The house baa 1 wide roamy yarandahBt front and Side, large drawing room, separate dining raow. I goad bedrooms iwith wash basin... kitchen, laundry, ssrvanta' quarters and garage Orounda are ovar *S* acres with productive orchard. Sower and vegetable garden, driveway and Urge park Uuj apac* for cars. "Wynalovvr' 1. well elevated en th* ridge. always benefits from a tweate and cosnmands perfect views of the coastline RENTALS at c. 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SUNDAY, MAY 11. 1M2 SUNDAY ADVOCATE PACE F1ITKEN # GOVERNMENT NOTICES VACANT POST OF CAPTAIN OP THE FISHERIES RESEARCH BOAT INVESTIOATOR Applications are invited for the vacant post of Captain of the Fl*henea lieaearch Boat. "Investigator". Tas* aaaai the peat Is at the rat* of S1.J80 per : lu. tempo, ; .i> eoM of living allowance of $144 per annum. i Pod is temporary and non-pen* ion able Appointment will be ll ie*t to medical fitness and will be terminable by one month"' notice on either side The holder of ihe port will be in charge of the Research Boat ..nil will he responsible to the Fishery Officer tor its general management and operation. 5. Applicants should have a working knowledge of Navigation up to intcr-island standard. %  6. Applications stating age. qualifications and experience should he addressed to the Director of Agriculture. Department of Science and Agriculture. Queen's Park, and should be submitted not later than Saturday. 17th May, 1952 H.5.51—2n. Attention is drawn to the Control of Prices (Defence) (Amendment! Order. 1962, No IS which will be published In the Official Oareinof Monday, 12th May, lWt. ? I'nder this Order the maximum wholesale and retail selling prices of "Biscuit* Local" are as follows: — un rcLi Biscuits—Local: (a) Sunrise (b) Special Eclipse WHOLESALE PRICE (not more than) 93.28 per ctn of 24 lbs. 93.40 per ctn of 24 lb.. RETAIL PRICE (not more than) 3 (or lc. 5 for 2c. 10th May. 1952. Vacant Pwl of Radiographer, General Hospital. Applications are invited for appointment of the non -pens ion able jaosl of Radiographer. General Hospital. Barbados The salary attached to the post is at the rale of 81.580 x 72—1,920 (B.WX) per annum, plus a temporary cost of living allowance. A ration allowance of 9240 per annum Is payable and free uniforms are provided. Return passages not exceeding 91,440 each way are payable. • Quarter, .re not provided. If tho selectee is • contributor to the ivdeiatert Superannuation Scheme for Nurses, the employer's share %  %  f the contribution will bo paid. The appointment will be on agreement for a period of 3 years In Die tlr"t Instance and will be subject to renewal. Tho holder of the poat will be'required to .j&aist the Radiologist in the Diagnostic and Therapy service* of the X-Ray Department Cenerel Hospital. Candidates should hold the certificate of Membership of the Society of Radiographers, preference boing given to candidates, with the dual qualifications of Diagnostics and Therapy Aptflleallona ahould be addressed to the Colonial Secretary. Public Buildings. Bridgetown, to reach him not later than the 10th of June, 1952. ____^_ j 115.52—2n. PART ONE ORDERS M M I %  ( ul J. .UNMLL, OBI., t • ii III anils*] I r— THF BASBADOfl BlGMDet I ISMS N* %  • %  s.. t Itnrt I nil with %  view io rehearsing for the t Hon. II. Wed U e> Thura It May M NC0 course on PARADr TBAIVIS'O All rankwill part** All Cnmwnlee will care* owl i Birth Dav Par*** BAND — rSAITHIR Sana Piru.' will b held on alONALS — roi'RBi All N %  Oof tha Slsnal Pis Man is Wed 14 May M i ANNt'Al. CAMP The Annual Camp wiu be hld ai Walker's. Andrew from Friday II to Sunday U June %  All rank, who are ak*a to attend and have net >i i.-ii-J in that, MIPM aheuM Inform in> SSM aa aeon a* eeaalbea aroiMSNTAi^-aroara MasriMa Pan*. I of Pan I Omve dalad II Apr Sport* will be bald on S*turday June SI I'll VM I (IK WtgBt IMlP... Old** fa Seij^ant •. f.i Salt I "Mill. L. D SKCWB-COX. Ma)or. 8 O.lT. ft Adjutant. The Barfcadna n**in.aait .HI i-.n-i.M... n.niM PAST n OUIti -i i-l M NO %  to) (. (Itnnlad I araelM H Lnv from 11 Apt • -* May U Grantrd I werMj ft/V**** from 1 — IS May 51 %  >NI M.l II Dl i HI V-I 'l-lliMKIN. %  -> Pi* Ciaiw, D A %  Th maternally mmM at* paymitlrd VI I'll( Ii imllrr I i lo |pu*n fnm the Hrgtm-nl. wef May M M. L. D SKgWBSCOX. Malar. B.O.L.P St Adjutant. Tha Barbado* stasasaSsal. r STOP PAIN ^ QUICKLY with Phcnsic... The farnom threefold action of PHENSIC tablets RELIEVES PAIN, SOOTHES NERVTO, COUNTERACTS DEPRESSION. No matter how mientf the pain, no matter how ttwrv your nerves, bow depressed vou feel, PHENSIC tablets will bring you relief and comfort, quickly and safely. Rernctnhcr this PHENSIC tablets neither harm the heart nor upsci the stomach. Don't accept substitutes. Keep a supply of PHENSIC tablets by you! Phensic I 5 TWO TMLET1 BRINO QUICI RELIEF FROM RHEU-. ATIC PAINS,* LUMBAQO, NERVE PUNS, MEJOACHES. NFURAICIA, INFLUENZA, COLDS I CHILLS M VALOR COOKER STOVES Short Burners 2 Burner Model @ 858.14 3 Burner Model # 871.87 WHITE POfcVELAIN ENAsttL SINK* With Double Dralnboard 0 885.84 complete with waste and overflow Established 1880 T. HERBERT, Ltd. 10 A 11 Roebuck Street mmmmmm—mmam Incorporated 1838 EXPORT OF LIVEKTOTK Consideration will be given to the issuing of export Licences for a limited number of the following livestock for breeding purpose* %  -(a) Heifers and Bulls between the age* of 8—12 n (b) Pics. 2 Applications for licences which should be submitted |sj irriiti.; to the Director of Agriculture v.t\\ be considered stftl and the livestock selected for export must o.approved by the Department of Agriculture as being suitable for breeding purposes. 11 !S S? -2t. JOHN R. BOVELL SCHOLARSHIP Applications are invited for one "John R. Bovell Scholarship'' which will be of the value of 81.236 per annum for three year* tenable at the Imperial College of Tropical Agriculture. Applications to be addressed to the Director of Agriculture, will be received at thr> office of Department of Science and Agriculture up to the 17th of May. 1M2. 2. Applications will be considered from a candidate who — has reached advanced standard in at least one science subject together with at least ordinary standard In a second science subject: (c) is a native of Barbados, the son of a native or of parents who have been domiciled tn the Island for ten years prior to the date of application: > under III mjm Flat Bo*, aver is oiru uo d. KI.I M„I. ,,, , Hi*n Jump Men ISO yd. rial Mm 110 yd. rial Boy* ..>r> Id "hitrF "o*""" Flat1 Mila CMS All ria*w. 7 M.l, Orto All CUa. I Mile Cyci.Stay* laader IS SSO yd.. R-t M... j Mile Cya** All CaSSSBS 4*0 .d. RHay Boy. school' Ion* Jump -Man Pi.llln* thr Shot 1 Una ri*l-aWn MO yd. S-lai-Bo,. ov.l IS 1 M,l, n.i Man • seal cycle —eaen sts id*. Plat—Men Ori.i i.n, o... M,n.i,.,..II Mil* Cyele—open $2 tVCNTS Of KEEN COMPETITION Entries must reach tha Assistant Secretar*. c/e Cartlugtoti A -ilv Lacs* Street by 4. SO p m on Wedaeeaav. th Msv No entries will I* accepted after that daU. By kind permission of the Commissioner of Police a Fool will be run on the results ol the Cycle Events In aid of the Farnum for Finland Fund Watch the Advocate for dctal',. o^ — PMCES OF ADMISSION sXaWBIMOTON STAND OIO CHALLEN0R nNCOVEatED 8TAND 81 80 per day 7S par day 38 per day %  EABON TICKET — 88 18 SEASON TICKET — 81 M 0R0UND8 ig Season Ticket* obtainable from The Advocate Stationery %  nd Carrington A S*aly. POLICE SPORTS &f KENSINGTON OVAL MAY 22nd. 3 p.m. Admission: ADULTS — 36c CHILDREN 18c. 7fote/ Driven by Mr. G. M.rxhl.ff* and Mr. J. Bulman, t Hillmin Hins Saloon rescned Cap* Town from Pall Mall. London, in 31 dap. 19 hours and minutes Thitmigmfitant perforc-ance. achieved in the lac* a ••((•mil, h*att flood* and bad road cortdiitom.


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I'l.l SIXTEEN SUNDAY AI1VIK \ I I M Ml IV MAY II. I52 C.C. Ctee To Send Resolution # I mm pgtM I As le^ards pacnger tniinr, tlc% „ CUrkt pointed out that WtMTM b f WII M i i of -IUCT10 and 15 West Indians I >l ihr Counnorth well trip, today there was ptaln Clarke said he coul I only between 1 and 3 making each not gay hnt arranRviT p. and what ww more, tney being made by the CM % %  < %  not setting what they would continue 'he fre > wtti lb* I line i.cm He !aid thai the volu .i.se-1 I' trtbur. Indian Oov:£,*• KtrSSr-iS Sj S "•"-" %  %  cgpsmimii Uw company and with "" l "hipmem. •..•ok into the -. %  *„___ m -„. found that on UV Tr,,aV .Vfreemenl %  t< ngurc the opeia %  Ineui -i ilrTirit of ovti $Bj0O,POO (Canadian), whereas th. SEA AND AM TRAFFIC B.B.C. Radio Programme 7oM I} I " *i m i< i \ ON mm> DfMDt pOttlOIl Of Wfrn Inn,-., K "AbUrc'laS ntHMk I %  ladM lM6*1 1 |M tru-n airAHTtatK RV ni* .argo rununK In fiom Jenuoo t<> ..,,£.." >A1 and l NJ did no" v T h .KT' Mf M <**•*. Mr UM import* p Tajaay M. a Lartw. M. C *. mm ban* simr the war, Govwn^nw^j^jj }*•-, i IK TIP I i m p i 4 30 | :;TKS„ ludo 4 IS p m rot Ih. Common Good Aundav Hall Hour S SO p m 1 m. WM IS p m Vani ill p m Si iliak Masa %  m Proaiamma Parade ana Interlude m p %  | "' MM 11 M* kHIIAI \ril II % N,0J^ OtlltMII STUDENTS OH ciLoURS ZINC WHlTt, FLAKE WHITE ANN lane auc ARTIST SABLE AND BRISTLE BRUSHES, Fl.it L Round PUR IFIED UNS i )PPY OIL AND TURPENTINE PALETTES. PALETTE KNIVES 4 DIPI'EHS CHARCOAL. FIEATIVE AND SPRAYERS, ASTIC WATER COLOURS? POWDER AND POSTER COLOURS PH \WINfi AND SKETCH BLOCKS Ktm rartbbmn Voice. T 4 p i. • it |. t, t Mad,. Naojo*. O-v. • p n> I-.l-.ln-V < it Ea.t.mai. oa p am >•Nr MtVI talk 1 p ROBERTS & Co. i AMIM. n Allan*, w dots. E ThBib .;-..., The question was raised between —' member* of the Council rcgardiruc tho poaaibtllty of opening ncgoUations for a new Canada-West ii I .. .r %  k, Makhuul. M .... MOSTOAV. MAY 1 l.l n w i i* %  •\•< ri li> m r. H I ON THIXMIA*. Il T Hawk In. Mr H William. SSSStoi'i." %  *• AKrcoment. In !" It ,7.' KV^TSI "ST C ~* .. lied up one with tho other, bul 11 !" J r J_J"JK IlieT Wl lhat irfe rrillre dertcil |...in'^l out that trie IKW Ml c..uion inn.... MIM Md*l discussion. nlng the queMlon A. S Hryden movnl irirrrase-l rates, thr C.N.S, mm. committee umnprised ufflci..l said thai li .' UM WM UM Ptesident and th> mtci bad only tone us 110 per tx .in.winusd to d-aft ,• RfMiiutu c#ni Uonal costs had u rljen by 17^ |M'i cent. In rapl] 1" matMr Up with 0th 1 .. r 11.. said thai J Government* with i MW ••mallet WMel carrying U ot 40 entering iMg o tU tiofal wHB passengern would cost alxnit the C' "Uan t.overnment U> ee same in MlarHM u on* CUTylDg ruid IM' d one in the matter Monday for Bermuda, Uoslou, 110 or 120 passengers, because tho The menber Chambers of the Halifax and Montreal via the Briheads of the departments would 4 n corpora led Chamlei of Comtish Nt>rthern islands. K ve :o be paid In accordance with merce will be inf-uned of the The Nelson will bo taking pasi: Mltry scales. ,utlon taken by the local Chnmber sengeri and cargo. nip" touvi Wflai M. aaaaM fiom lr> %  iinM pean .imt.%  nation. Ncwa 119 Mun II 'lain : || ;n M %  i. 4 i'i p m Tn* UM nM D p m Jm.. VrM.v • 0B p.in y IS p m Taka .1 p m Hpiirt* round-up Parade IB) Bra Tha ni Ho tt* N*w> from u UM si am 1 IS p m Tna Lady on Ihr Scrrcn T 43 p m Mmic or Inc HCLITIKIIU %  IS %  Udio Nfwiraol • i m Afucan ui.-,, 8 41 p m lm.il .V M P m fiom %t>r Kdllorlal%  00 p m Room to Lot • 4S p in Api-rtnlinonl Wh MUBBf. 10 M p m TM No** 10 10 p ni Now*. Talk 10 IS p m BIT IHpatl 10 3T p m Tip Top Tutkto HI ii.m \n III l> I HUM. > We ran Mipply PITCM PfJVE in Ihr fitllmtliig nizvn i'i i %  i %  i II Vice-President Mr. M M.kMirfor. I t wo IMolllaid. ,,f UM !" C'orbin. Mr Mrlrntlr, take th Weal Indlit LADY NELSON" SAILS MONDAY The Lady Welaon. which arrived to on Friday from Georgetown, the Trinidad, Grenada and I what cent will be salting at 9.00 p m. on WEATHF.R REPORT YESTERDAY Rainfall from Codnnirton nU Total Rainfall for montli to data VI In. TemporatOXt: 71 •. Wind Velocity: 11 mileper hour. Barometer: (9 a m ) 29 077 (11 a at.) 29 970 TODAY 8untl-o: & W a.m. Bnnaot: 6.16 p m Moon Full, May 0 LlgliUng 7 00 p m High Tldo: 4.30 a.m.. 6.41 p.m. Low Tide: 11 12 a.m., 1L02 1 x 3 3 x.3 4x4 1 x 4 3x4 4x6 1 x 6 3x8 4x8 2x4 3x8 4 xlO 2 x 3 xlO 4 xl2 2x8 3 Xl2 DOUGLAS KIR 2 x 1. 2 x 8. 1 x 8 aldlnij STANDARD IIAKDIIIIARD SHEKTS TEMPERED IIAIIIIIKIARD SHEETS V WAl.l.llllAKIl SHKF.TS PLYWOOD Phone 4267 WILKINSON & HAYNES CO., LTD. [ TKcyll Do It Every Time By Jimmy Il.irln FREE YOURSELF \\ from the 1 BONDS OF CONSTIPATION with Ideal lor the Tropics • P. C. S. MAFFEI & Co., Ltd Top Scorers in tailoring; Prince Wm. Henry Street Tie***** AN IRISH LINEN SUIT ONLY $36.00 EA FOGARTY'S i TO MAKE ROOM FOR A NEW SHIPMENT OF MERCHANDISE WE -ARE OFFERING ALL OUR WHITE GOODS AT GREATLY REDUCED PRICES THE UNDERMENTIONED ARTICLES IS PROOF OF THE WONDERFUL OPPORTUNITY OF LIGHTENING YOUR BUDGET TlilTwHITE SALE REALLY RINGS THE BELL FOR GREATER VALUES — BETTER PRICES r READ ALL MOUT IT TWICE — THEN HAVE A DOUBLE • DATE WITH FOGARTY'S THIS WEEK 1 1 HOUSEHOLD DEPARTMENT 120 Onl) Coltea Sheets—19 \ •— llrmin-d each # 250 Only Collon SheeU— ".n x 90 llemslltilird %  .. li tfi (ollun IkaM Kit x 190 Ilrmmrd r.u li | ini) Only Linen Sheets 72 x 108 Hem. !S.ieeU "0 x 108 Hem. nlltrhed eich .-•0 Hpeelal Linn ditched % %  II ii Corona Cotton Sheeting 90" wide—per yd. 3fi' Llr.-n **hretliiaj—per >d. ",*" Linen Sheotlng—prr yd 90" Linen '•hrellni—per yd. 100 only Llnm Pillow Cases 28 x 18—each UO Spr. 1.1 li.i.u-. Table ClattM 54 x 54— earh 1M M 72—each 120 „ 54 % 79—each 600 „ Naaklns 18 x 18—each S Piece* .niton Dama*k TabUnc 5" nidf—p'i rdj. 6.00 TJM lit* 15.90 *.7S 2.M S.tS 5.75 t.75 4.84) 5.M 6.09 .59 15 Only White Honeycomb Hrdspreads •9 x 80"—each OOO White Kllchen Towels 18 \ 34—rnrh 6UU White (;iaas Towels 23 I 32—earh Mtisqullo Nellln^ 90" ui.l.---per yd It. uli in nl %  MtBwiultti NeU—Slrjlr—each i:, .nlMHijiMosquito Nets—Double—each Whit? Duchess Seta In Indian Lare—each Tra Cloth Seta (1 t'loth and 6 Serviettes) 45 x 45— per set Tea Cloth Seta (1 (loth and 0 Serviettes) 59 x 50—per set Lace Curtain Seta—pjr yd. 37e. — 85c 600 Hucs-a-bark t.uesl Toweli 20 x 32— each ... Cotton BUnkels—each 4-lb. 5-lb. ai-lb. 7Itammock' 8.50 9.00 .90 1.29 12 80 18.00 6.00 7.00 8.90 1.08 5.75 LADIES' HANDBAGS While Handball BatreJ Shape— rach 9489 Piailir Linen Handbags^—each 4-00 Drawslrfn* Handbaas—each 1.44 .. silk Gloves—par pair SI 08 A 1.M ,. Woollen PBllovrn—each 5.00 rhlef12e. — 3Se. DRESS GOODS DEPARTMENT Lane Assarlmrnt ol tFhlle Har.akei —each S9.50 Sit 00 515 00 517 50 MANCHESTER DEPARTMENT S6" Kurununt t olton—p*r *d 36" White Bailor Muslin—prr yd. LADIES' Whllp %  trgwt Hats—each Crinoline Straw—each Crliultnc Flops—each Chlldrrn\ -I-.M— uh HATS .'. t 4.06 ... S.90 4.S9 4.32 2.55 92 00 4 52.50 )IES' WHITE UNDERWEAR • ladles Art Silk Panties—prr pair $ I 24 ,. Prlllcoala—earn I1JI 5 2.18 .. Half Slip*—?ach . *-7 ,. Nylon Sllpa—oarh 7.75 ,. Njlan Panties—per pair 52.64 & 2.99 .. Rayon Vents—each I 0 Cotton Veata—?ach 73r. A 1.42 ,. O. B. Vests—eaoh .9* Cotton Panltes—per pair JO Children'* Arl Nils Panties —eh .86 t hililrn'< ..in.n l'anUeon Nkhtdroane^.oprn lop—each 3.B7 l.idloV Rs*en Mchldress-k—rach Ladles' !-plrc? Bith SiilU—La\tex—each 13.00 Satin Lulrx each 12.00 Ladles' W'hltr Silk Blou%e* — F-inbrotdcred —each 90 Ladle*' Whilr Silk Blouaea— Laer rimmr.l -*uh •.• LADIES' WHITE SHOES \u-Buek Court with Mudfiiard. Med. Spike Hrel*^—p.-r pair NuBurk SuJil. — Swln* Strap Cuban Heel—per pair .. While lancy—Spike Heels—per piir Arenla lane Court—.-u*-,< heel, open loe —per pair Holland Sandals—Wedge HeeU—per pair !. 11.00 6.50 16.00 8.59 34" K. W. B. Spun 36" Royal Spun White Sensation Spun 36" White Shantum 34" ,. Halrrord—Snnelalne 36" Linen 36" .. 36" %  Art Silk Shantonc NOW 8 .85 per yd. .96 1.90 2.00 I .. 1.10 ..' 1.M 1.32 1.00 SILK DEPARTMENT 48" While Brocaded SUk .. n-ml.-r* Silk (•eorct'Ue llrav> WkSta Crepr While l>uches I repc smooth I •m-li Crrpe Corded Crepe Sharkakln 16" While C.lorU Satin NOW $2.14 per yd. 1.54! 1.50 1.59 1.76 1.32 152 214 GENTS' DEPARTMENT • White Shirts—Shamreek—each S 3.50 Elite White Shirts—eaeli *••* Trubenlsed Sblrta—each ... 8.85 White Melropole Shlrta—each 5.00 tier US While Sport Shlrta—each 580 S/S While Spert Shirts—earh 5.40 L/S White Southsea Shirts—each 3 8 %  | V\hil.Soulhaea Shirts—each 3.841 S/S Twek* Sport* Shirts—rach 4.15 L/S Tweka Sports -Shlrta—each 4.78 le Cotton Kerchiefs 18 x l*—rach .38 Woollen 11. Hose Anklets—prr pair .84 Jockry Shorts—per pair .84 I'ndrrpinti—per pair 1.85 Priasus Shorts—per pal. .96 Silk Scarves—rach l.M GENTS' HATS • Cents' While Drill Hats—each $ 144 .. Peak Cap*—each 1.48 .. Straw llata^-eaeh 4.90 „ llelmeta—earh 8.00 GENTS' WHITE MATERIALS 28" Seaport White Drill—per yd 28" Partre., White DTUI— per yd 28" White Sharkskin —per yd. 54" 54" 88" 8856" .. —pe? yd Poplin—per vd Troplral—per jd Crlrkrtint Flannel—per yd. ... Linen —per yd Moyiashel Linen—per yd. ... Doe.kln—p-r >d. HtJl | S I 10 .91 1.99 4.38 3.90 4 00 5.00 3.60 Wm. I OL Alt I i (B'dos) LTD.



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C.C. C'tee To Send Proposed Withdrawal Of "Lady Boats" To Be Considered ,' 152 -^~~ Resolution To Govt. A TWO-MAN COMMITTEE comprised of Mr D G ~ I^ecock Jnr.. President, and Mr G H King, Vice PresicWit ol the Chamber o( Commerce, a.s veaterdav appointed to draft a Resolution to be sent to the Guvernment urging that they approach other West Indian Governments with ^'V?. I* 1 ""* up lhe ma,u r f lhc proposed withdrawal level with the Canadian Government. Thisdecision was taken b. r Council of lhe local Chaml Commerce after they hud met and discussed the matter with Captain . A. C'lmkc. General Manager of the Canadian National Sti and President of th, Federation of Canada, at a speed mcetinii held in ih.H-.wU & Skeete Building. After welcoming Certain Claikc and expressing the appreciation of the Council for having been Riven the opportunity to discuss the matter with him. the President of the Chamber told C plain Clarke that the Chamber viewed the proposed withdrawal with grave concern in view e* the imS rtnnce of such a service to the est Indies. As regards the question of the subsidy now pals by the West Indian Government;. the President told Cap! that that h ,d been raised In the Regional Economic Committee. Report Delayed Addressing the Council Clarke explained that th i dent of the C.N.S. Company had at the request of Mr. Albert Qomci and another member of the H.E.C. when they were last in Canada to hold off his report until Us R.C.C. had m(t in November a* December, but Coy In Canatj* heard nothing until the middle v the following August when Mi. Rex SThHmeyer asked if they could forward copies of thr Annual He port for the past three ) reports wenfurnished, but still they heard nothing from R.E C until the 10th September, after he had written to Mr. King. Managing Director of Messrs. Gardiner Austin, local Agents nf the I'.N.S. Line enquiring wtwthei I ference had been held. eaptaln Clarke sslil there had been a statement 'o the i"" i that he had not given the lnfurni.ii.iii which thev wanted, but he would *"iire thr Council that the Information th-. were unable to give them could have been obtained from th* Canadian or local (iov era %  %  . He repeated that the Canadian Government had notified the Colonial Office toward." the latter pert of March of the proposed withdrawal of the Lndv Boats and In the meantime the Rcoor* was tabled In the Canadian House nf Commons. h'arnum For /'inland fund In an effort to boon! Oiitarnum lor Finland Fond. which ha* not been frltlni II.,upport It deserves, Ibis newspaper has started a Crosaword Competition (see pace 3). Donation* may be sent to The Ratal Bank of Canada. Barrlay'a Bank and lhe Oilier of Uie Advocate. Goal . IIJM.M .Ami. Prev. Ark. 765.3d Thinker i.oo Ulnkle . 2.M Total .. nS Gen. Dodd Released C.C. Council Approve Youngman Tn Council of the Chamber of Commerce yesterday decided to write to the Government of Barbados I nUm att fU j then intention to support the nomination of Mr. K. W Youngmuu whose name has been forwarded for the position of West Indies Trade CommissKner i n the United Kingdom. The Council arrived at its decision after considering a Resolution from the Jamaica Chamber of Commerce asking the local Chamber to support Mr. YoungIn making the motion thai the Chamber write Government concerning their view. Mr. A. S. Biyoee said that he considered I Mr. Y ungman a .,uitabl e man for the office. Copies of the Resolution will be sent to the Head of Colonial Development St Weli faro who will make 'he appointj ntent on the advice of the iR. v. C and other member Chambers of the Incorporated Chambers of Commerce. .SEOUL. May 10. North Korean prisoners of war "'i Ki |c 1 land iWMeed Brig. Gen. > %  -: after holding him %  ' ' "ii day .u i ording Ssassnicement bv General J in. A \.o rieel Eighth Armj commander. Dodd wrs reported unharmed and in good shape when released and will bo flown to Eighth Army ten at Seoul to-morrow 1 mi.rning.—l>'.p. It-.l Close Road To '.Hies In Berlin U.S.. France, U.K. Complete ReplyTo Russian Note LONDON, May 10. British. French and United <*y coinpleted the draft of the Westei n reply I i the Soviet note on %  nt with Germanj ac reUrtbsc %  ource, Taw. draft on Which officials worked for more than Ave houra i>---t..-. will b enl to three capitals lot Ana. approval before it is sent to Moscow early next week Then.* will ' I %  ''•* UJueg* Ihetr (iovc.iiniriiw want inj alteration in the drafting, or ureaaptatli n Mewtingfl toUb ireri nuupil} concerned e/iih lhe details of the note elnce I s Govenrniejal had approved ii aj terms. i nnpir*. leaps falgh la tba air for a head In. hat King, tfe* Csrlfen I elmThe maP-li ended in a two all draw. ^ Jewel Sales In Britain Dwindling LONDON. May 10. Nominally rich Britons are so hard up they cannot afford to tuy jewels any more said a load-i Ing London Arm of jewellers. The romp&ny Canards which has sold Kims to the Royal Family for 200 >ears, has decided to get out of busi n ess while the going is good snd is selling its shop m fashionnbta Mnyfalr to the big |cwet concern, the Goldsmiths and SilvcrMntths Company. Shareholder* wtu be >aMa u. approve the sale of the business nded 231 years ago when every from a wealthy home was Norway Will Guard N.A.T.O. Nirlli Flank OSI.o May 10. PLANS have .advanced to make I N.AT.O's northern flank. Adfmral Sn Pal Id I Commander-n-Chief of N A.T.O. Northern Key ion. the RERUN. May 10. barred allied mililor: oolite vehicles from using lh_ InternaUonal highway from Beegirl lln to she west in a tactic remlnendowed with a filled jewel case lsecnt of the Soviet land blockade before she was eighteen. I The Goldsmith's company will said pay £20.000 for the name of Garbnrred raids and its pi.ttarnr. It will also! patrols buy some -of the stock of jewels, routine imd precioos stones. daily trips to the west and back. Garrards' Chairman, Herbert I He said United St.-te. and British Sulman tells shareholders ''trade jeeps are being halted at Soviets may not for sometime be so good check-point i:.U00..#0> \\ D %  i %  %  the iraJap — ChinesiTradc(Jrowing B VltTUR KINimit'K TOKYO, Ma| 10 Japan Communist China Mil ""• "land %  .( 4'KIUOII i 1)11 .1.in unwitting lals aeni from ihr 1'niteii States to J ipau in.arlodlna up behind %  urtaln and pfodueti ft China are K<*IIIH la U*S United %  itwtlea proi i Jao.m iruTortni ii ota in lion*: KM%  out .-.., %  Local Talent Planned lie pmar | Mod th Ihat .! rreach a UMi i aourler plane 'iii wntrve out t irrldor oo Thuraday .. <|, i i m sild tonigb' ...,il to Mn aiaj. # .. >aJa:"-a^. ,| '~. %  An allied spokosmai armed Soviet guards military polic> safety from leaving Berlin No Direct Approach In spite of thit. there had been no direct approach to the Canadian Government as to what mlghl ^' done to renew the a l though it was made known to the West Indies delegates to the ConweTe^-t&ardi 9 the" end" SjheiwSL^H^^jiSJ^ftaSS ^W Abbot Elected rope", and it was oror-osc-.t to to aid allied motortsi^ in distress. build new slops, and thai th* v ; They are known should h"C ">me aanieance tir.t/ "courtesy p•t^ols.-• e On page W ..!li Lilly — vr. VATICAN CITY. May 10. ) The General Chapter of Canons j Regulai of Lateran yesterday lected F'nlhcy Fernando Urquia NEWSPRINT SHORTAGE HITS MEXICO'S DAILIES MEXICO CITY. May 10. Mexico City newspapers began reducing their line up in an attempt lo alleviate lhe acute newsprint shortage which may curtail publication by next week. Novedades Excelsior ami Notlcias were among the large dailies which trimmed formats to seven columns while B Niictonal cut the number ->f pages. Newspapers banked their hopes on reports that several shipments of paper would arrive over the weekend. There was BO in n adlatc explanation for the i>hortagc. DiBtribution of newsprint In Mexico Is controlled by i. Government agency. George Wilshe. Kepresentatlve for several Canadian manufacturers said that 9*M1 tons Of paper were scheduled to arrive %  ometim'' next we^k by train. Stock* here were expected to be balanced again within 2.) days Wilshe id the current world demand for newsprint hnr caused a deficit this vear Demand at RX 9,T>oo.noo tons whileprodtsctson has been wtlmoted nt only $,500,000 tons. Several newsocpers includinn El Universal sail (heir tuool^ wm until next Monda;-.— I .r. \ fc rmerly visitor for Htspnno%  Atiierican province at new Abbot GneraL Urquid of Spanish extraction L.it B citizen of Argentine wan until now a resident of Salla Argentina. Fifteen "CapituliirV fi-iin ArgenUna. England, Belgium, France. Holland and Italy look part m tsie election of Uia mw Abbot General to replace. Abbot General Louis Smith Of Britain who will now return to his country. "Capitular" from Poland could not attend because the Polish Government refused him a passport -HP. A group of local artistes have n formed a Committee and are r hoping to arrange a half nour Local Talent Broadcast over RcdttTuMon once every weak. Mr Kenneth Mason, the erasanBtor of the scheme, and a member of the Committee, has approaehed many City firm-, with a view to their sponsoring the piOKiammv The money contrinuten by UH'M llrma will help pay tl.e OXIM-IISCN of arranging the ftfOgrarmne \ m music to accompany vovaliats. an ( ^" amplifier and mlcropli.ne, wire recorder, an auditli room. etc. !" The Committee is M" K< r %  .. neth Mason. Charles Morris, Clevis l Omens, O. S. Coppin. Winston Hackett and Gcorg Spencer The u-at mecling vdU.be held on Monday night at 7 o'clock The linns so far who are likely to give assistance are Johnson i Redman, rlnrnados Advocate. Modern fire** BhQPpe, DeUasa, N. E. %  I>. its Jeenn. i ur note pride*tinn % %  '' niy after i ksnjxaerlfl nial Noi %  lane." -i. iiii arc in. HI, Not •" %  ( > as fho 1 v expert' M IV I *PJ !" : '" „ ; ,i,. tin' agreed atf "" NATO north.rn flnntlimved dunni! M i li.ed orTinals d.-i _,A -IT em coi %  ' %  %  %  nt 1 -,,,; %  vihcn ha I Mlnii, ... „ i coolroi %  teof Defence Jem Haj r i %  the Norwegian Navy was neglecU %  in favour of tha A ,-, tai fen i ''' limited ..Mi will not I-able to defen I as tr* 1 me support oi neavv unit*. \1,_ .VOV KIHVaa II, J.,l, lall) frovnu on it but Ui NlpnoB Timea said Gnvernmem leved to be centemplaUna a plan ted ti.Kiim, i ui China .ind nt Boi k %  inaaa and Unn>i ipatlon auUKvlties, %  eci goiim mi for ui'"*than o I la v,., Ho nd H n) "f Macao, lint aotna ahlpnieni nt itcl rhlnn. %  liiuineaann n in limit Kong thai >.il and liii-tlos are go. I^pu'L I. I I'. WH J M'S i.| lni.ll.. x.n. ,..-it,t i„, t„ th,. r,,M,, %  in Note replies to one • t... %  rnment of i.iniil 10 rejectint 'he earlier ; lupusal th it |bi I %  Ormany •etOtal conditions m both • The VTeatai I a under%  tood t" press tor Soviet acceptancc of the United N itluna' Com%  nl to consider any pro%  lir Bos let Union for a neutral commission to study the %  piestlon of elections. When the formation and functions of the Commission h vr l*en denned the three po\.v: KUl td to hold a rn<" i huh Conurusaioeen in Geriv Thrw. ten not* is also !• Soviet Union for its definite views on setting %  itus % %  ail Oertnan Govaaea treaty. Union baa proposed that sueh a Government should (empowers kntyai nsora ;>iiout its i |: ,i —u^r YiiiliasWTnnii To -WB French AgainHi Conjiiiiiiiisl Pflrils %  i', lufiuined sources sal othei direction that mads teal • %  Trieste Talks Air Defence TALKS Itrithh Troofw Mufl f Leave Si'ez —hi\c r\ftoi k CAIRO Maj i" ; Tl paper Akhbar £1 Vom sakl that, Premier Nguel> El H. has dn.l' latest British prop"-.'. tling the Ang!o-Egyptian o It said the no'-" will b*' 'orwarded to Ambassador Amr Pasha in London who will be instructed to deliver H I Secretaiv a copv of the n.te handed to Rr.tish Ai Sir Halo •* to %  "'' Mond... Also Kimt t %  Jefferson Caffei audience Thursdai .at EOPJ would accept nothing short ot compli-'' troops from • %  %  fiWtcalr* -i : Broqhers and Cav.Shepheid Commission Meeting Was "Routine" One;; Instead Noi-wrgi. t n and NAT* 1 loaders h.ivi chosen HrSI lo elim-'tlie %  '"Uer veah polnl air dfssn-t %  Baul up from aln Alfonan KoTWtalan aSartOTOI 11 sdl I I Wilson. Thani '. i.rne ..u llntish Vamj. SO Worl.l W.it II a I tmed Btatea Thtuo> i nut military alraorl ; %  KMto.iUHi i. I ii rMrthern and sou within the NATO ; of them i aaar the Arctic Ctrela -"i 1 ao-eatlad Tr%  v. I ' was*, oiigiu.dly planned and • i tahhshed I" H"Gerti "is during World W*i II ti lheRuaso-N I Sir George Sod. K.CMG.I.,1 prateni being built ftx IftunC'omptroller for Dev.-l-pm.-.n anCT. Am Wollare. returnifl from t.u..'ie-| other all I loupo yesterday .ifu-rnoon Jiftc" vay Imk fortiAi itlotu ol lhc Ostoattfndiiig the Fourteenth asset-. Krlstiansai ing of thu Cariblx-an Omimissi British Co-ChairAccompanying *ilm were Mr. (.. H. Adams. CM.G.. M-C.P.. Commissioner. Mr. D. A. Percival. Assistant Economic Adviser to the Comptroller and Mi. RO. Roe of the Sorretanat of the Da._ velopment and Welfare OrganNorwa itation. v ..! ba Mr. J. Kitwieth Thompson. Colonial Attache at the British Kmbas-y in Washington who was the other Commissioner attending ihr MiiiliiK. h-c gone on to Washington. %  lanes exintended l" UDph air ba* %  At thr HIM uma it has t*~" -.eelded to move the m taae of th.Norv/eglan Niv from l-|r, Kp -.rlO Bffl tha oi ,f northern Norwa(rom Tromve to Harstad — V P. l.oNI M Unb i. in torn Hi iiej laid m an In..„ iii.ii hi governnteni and i %  uh, of the I Co ifi rt no i %  id only %  betweei % ; Ii :. it Vun'i %  Govi-rnment and pubtk nton svera %  i turbed and prote l> i .. %  -i J t the i. %  I mntinned b) %  "' munlquc m i.' r i i laefetan %  Fore-gn :| after .oi "nnderatandi b, United States and Italian flow n Ti i<' .t of the ling and it .i .. n pealed lo %  %  mant'i view thai n'rsry to Italian' Od w-irned him of II .111 ot tht YufoD£ Child Burnt To Heath A CHILD am burnt to death when a Hie o cored at a boarded ta i innci"! I. '• • %  'Mil. ii araa JapaJsigi %  %  'B M .II Japan CBnaa frmu |hg United Stilt-Flour fnno n has also been passing to Ret rotagh i Ueeao Wil %  I ., PTSS-SJ nation Inti ixdng prewar tl.iclo with Chill. i h.is lit,, il .-in.-rrn-fi bJ If I. (low of Clunese r.. %  %  haky .luiMneae Industrla i pr raw tnaU-rijls t< would htl| ... d wugr>. whkli i. t Ki" if tha chief rausea of curretit laboui ui.|. in ,I..,i.in -IT SAIGON. May 10. Informed sources aaid all the Knames. nnrflle column comsed of several Infantry hatUlIS will aifctn join trie French : j corps in the war rabal Tiupf %  sunrn wilt l..tas, 1 won units i-^niH^i with mi Untied Mates material. The VaMnaraeae instructors are going IhroiiKh thorough training Dwdern warfare. The mobile group win lhe Vietl f nf staff as part of Mobtla nup, have hitherto .. bad '" Uai I aommand. Informed %  oureai aald nrmy aoon will take i tai T.mking atct until now i" French and colonial -IP. 1/ STRIA \ CHA \CRLLOM INVITED TO /••>. LONDON. May 10. Dr. l^it I Rale, Austria's ChaneaUor, bafl l-ondon by air toQlght for Wushmgton on a fortnight's visit at the invitation of the United Btatea Government.—V.P. IrioxhQuiii On Naruer L,n,l ...|..r '-. Cil T> %  %  •< I ng i ither "f %  • loutliii i.-iturrg)B aald and added that the real WOtll of the Commission is done in the ieehiiir..l iimferences which it holds. He said 'hat it is proposed lo hold a conference on production of local timber in Trinidan and another conference %  promotion of trade during 1953. Fire At Halloh es of Eight and a q i crop ripe ..nd Mil •!•... %  when :i in.' %  '%  %  The canes are II Police! Thief! gran : .. lo'.' f jn lhc pas! nwntll I Mnnlri VUla.e, St. Gcoric I w .,, i i Jhs choice of ihoM who hscoqwM Quality, and of thoAe who employ fjco/wmy. .. A rare combination realised in K. W. V. THE LABEL WITH THE KEY' Wines, llrundivn and Liqueurs K. W. V. PAARL TAWNY K. V/.V, Coronation Wine K.W.V. Old Brown Sherry K. W.V. Amontillado Sherry K.W.V. Old Oloroso Sherry K.W V Sweet Vermouth. K. W. V. Dry Vermouth K W V. VAN DER HUM LIQUEUR K.W.V. Superior "Key" Brandy The Pillars I lea 111, and ftappineu


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C.C. C'tee To Send
Proposed Withdrawal Of
"Lady Boats" To Be Considered
,' 152____________________________________-------------------------^~~
Resolution To Govt.
A TWO-MAN COMMITTEE comprised of Mr D G ~
I^ecock Jnr.. President, and Mr G H King, Vice PresicWit
ol the Chamber o( Commerce, a.s veaterdav appointed to
draft a Resolution to be sent to the Guvernment urging
that they approach other West Indian Governments with
^'V?. I*1""* up lhe ma,u'r "f lhc proposed withdrawal
level with the Canadian Government.
Thisdecision was taken b.r
Council of lhe local Chaml .
Commerce after they hud met and
discussed the matter with Captain
. A. C'lmkc. General Manager of
the Canadian National Sti
and President of th,
Federation of Canada, at a speed
mcetinii held in ih.- H-.wU &
Skeete Building.
After welcoming Certain Claikc
and expressing the appreciation
of the Council for having been
Riven the opportunity to discuss
the matter with him. the President
of the Chamber told C plain
Clarke that the Chamber viewed
the proposed withdrawal with
grave concern in view e* the im-
Srtnnce of such a service to the
est Indies. As regards the
question of the subsidy now pals
by the West Indian Government;.
the President told Cap!
that that h ,d been raised In the
Regional Economic Committee.
Report Delayed
Addressing the Council
Clarke explained that th i
dent of the C.N.S. Company had at
the request of Mr. Albert Qomci
and another member of the H.E.C.
when they were last in Canada
to hold off his report until Us
R.C.C. had m(t in November a*
December, but Coy In Canatj*
heard nothing until the middle v
the following August when Mi.
Rex SThHmeyer asked if they could
forward copies of thr Annual He
port for the past three )
reports wen- furnished, but still
they heard nothing from R.E C un-
til the 10th September, after he
had written to Mr. King. Managing
Director of Messrs. Gardiner
Austin, local Agents nf the I'.N.S.
Line enquiring wtwthei I
ference had been held.
eaptaln Clarke sslil there had
been a statement 'o the i"" i
that he had not given the ln-
furni.ii.iii which thev wanted,
but he would *"iire thr Coun-
cil that the Information th-.
were unable to give them could
have been obtained from th*
Canadian or local (iov era *.
He repeated that the Canadian
Government had notified the
Colonial Office toward." the latter
pert of March of the proposed
withdrawal of the Lndv Boats and
In the meantime the Rcoor* was
tabled In the Canadian House nf
Commons.

h'arnum For
/'inland fund
In an effort to boon! Oii-
tarnum lor Finland Fond.
which ha* not been frltlni
II.,- upport It deserves,
Ibis newspaper has started
a Crosaword Competition
(see pace 3).
Donation* may be sent to
The Ratal Bank of Canada.
Barrlay'a Bank and lhe
Oilier of Uie Advocate.
Goal . IIJM.M
.Ami. Prev. Ark. 765.3d
Thinker i.oo
Ulnkle . 2.M
Total .. nS
Gen. Dodd
Released
C.C. Council
Approve
Youngman
Tn Council of the Chamber of
Commerce yesterday decided to
write to the Government of Bar-
bados InUmattfUj then intention
to support the nomination of Mr.
K. W Youngmuu whose name has
been forwarded for the position
of West Indies Trade Com-
missKner in the United Kingdom.
The Council arrived at its de-
cision after considering a Reso-
lution from the Jamaica Chamber
of Commerce asking the local
Chamber to support Mr. Young-
In making the motion thai the
Chamber write Government con-
cerning their view. Mr. A. S.
Biyoee said that he considered
I Mr. Y ungman a .,uitable man
for the office. Copies of the Reso-
lution will be sent to the Head
of Colonial Development St Wel-
i faro who will make 'he appoint-
j ntent on the advice of the
iR. v. C and other member
Chambers of the Incorporated
Chambers of Commerce.
.SEOUL. May 10.
North Korean prisoners of war
"'i Ki |c 1 land iWMeed Brig. Gen.
>-: after holding him
"ii day .u i ording
Ssassnicement bv General
J in. A \.o rieel Eighth Armj
commander.
Dodd wrs reported unharmed
and in good shape when released
and will bo flown to Eighth Army
ten at Seoul to-morrow1
mi.rning.l>'.p.
It-.l Close Road To
'.Hies In Berlin
U.S.. France, U.K.
Complete Reply-
To Russian Note
LONDON, May 10.
British. French and United <*y coin-
pleted the draft of the Westei n reply I i the Soviet note on
nt with Germanj ac reUrtbsc
ource, Taw. draft on Which officials worked for more than
Ave houra i>---t..-. will b enl to three capitals lot Ana.
approval before it is sent to Moscow early next week
Then.* will I''* UJueg*
Ihetr (iovc.iiniriiw want inj alteration in the drafting, or
ureaaptatli n Mewtingfl toUb ireri nuupil} concerned e/iih
lhe details of the note elnce I s Govenrniejal had approved
ii aj terms.
i nnpir*. leaps falgh la tba air for a head In. hat King, tfe* Csrlfen
I elm- The maP-li ended in a two all draw. ^
Jewel Sales
In Britain
Dwindling
LONDON. May 10.
Nominally rich Britons are so
hard up they cannot afford to
tuy jewels any more said a load-i
Ing London Arm of jewellers. The
romp&ny Canards which has sold
Kims to the Royal Family for 200
>ears, has decided to get out of
business while the going is good
snd is selling its shop m fashion-
nbta Mnyfalr to the big |cwet con-
cern, the Goldsmiths and Silvcr-
Mntths Company.
Shareholder* wtu be >aMa u.
approve the sale of the business
nded 231 years ago when every
from a wealthy home was
Norway Will Guard
N.A.T.O. Nirlli Flank
OSI.o May 10.
PLANS have .advanced to make I
N.AT.O's northern flank. Adfmral Sn Pal Id I
Commander-n-Chief of N A.T.O. Northern Key ion. the
RERUN. May 10.
barred allied mililor:
oolite vehicles from using lh_
InternaUonal highway from Bee- girl
lln to she west in a tactic remln- endowed with a filled jewel case
lsecnt of the Soviet land blockade before she was eighteen.
I The Goldsmith's company will
said pay 20.000 for the name of Gar-
bnrred raids and its pi.ttarnr. It will also!
patrols buy some -of the stock of jewels,
routine imd precioos stones.
daily trips to the west and back. Garrards' Chairman, Herbert I
He said United St.-te. and British Sulman tells shareholders ''trade
jeeps are being halted at Soviets may not for sometime be so good
check-point OUtaMa Berlin and nre lefused purchase (sales) tax levied "it
passage to the asset i jewel* profits have fallen fast.
U.S. and Bntiso ponce patrol* ________________
ka an average of threo
French Admit
Plane Crossed
Air Corridor
KEltLIN. Mas 10
I 11
i,,,i. to tasi
Norwegian military chiefs .nd Ni\'.i- ' ,h"1 J
Defence Nils Langhclle could all point to the fad that il heart tlrtT*be'
had now been ^tahlUhed by (St finn Parliament) tha
the ilefence of the north culri ' n the'
mountain fortresses of Northoi
" - _ [ i
low >
i:.U00..#0>
\\ D i
the ira-
JapChinesi-
Tradc(Jrowing
B VltTUR KINimit'K
TOKYO, Ma| 10
Japan
Communist China Mil "" "land
.( 4'KIUOII i 1)11
.1- .in unwitting
lals aeni
from ihr 1'niteii States to J ipau
in.- arlodlna up behind
urtaln and pfodueti ft
China are k<*iiih la U*S United
itwtlea proi i
Jao.m iruTortni ii ota
in lion*: Km-
out .-..,.
Local Talent
Planned
lie pmar
| Mod th
Ihat .! rreach a UMi i -
aourler plane 'iii wntrve out t
. irrldor oo Thuraday
.. <|, i
i m sild tonigb'
...,il to Mn
aiaj..#..>aJa:"-a^.,|'~.

An allied spokosmai
armed Soviet guards
military polic> safety
from leaving Berlin
No Direct Approach
In spite of thit. there had been
no direct approach to the Canadian
Government as to what mlghl ^',
done to renew the a l
though it was made known to the
West Indies delegates to the Con-
weTe^-t&ardi9 the" end" SjheiwSL^H^^jiSJ^ftaSS ^W Abbot Elected
rope", and it was oror-osc-.t to to aid allied motortsi^ in distress.
build new slops, and thai th* v ; They are known
should h"C ">me aanieance tir.t/"courtesy pt^ols.-
e On page W
..!li Lilly
vr.
VATICAN CITY. May 10.
) The General Chapter of Canons
j Regulai of Lateran yesterday
lected F'nlhcy Fernando Urquia
NEWSPRINT SHORTAGE
HITS MEXICO'S DAILIES
MEXICO CITY. May 10.
Mexico City newspapers began reducing their line up
in an attempt lo alleviate lhe acute newsprint shortage
which may curtail publication by next week. Novedades
Excelsior ami Notlcias were among the large dailies which
trimmed formats to seven columns while B Niictonal cut the
number ->f pages. Newspapers banked their hopes on reports
that several shipments of paper would arrive over the
weekend.
There was BO in n adlatc ex-
planation for the i>hortagc. DiB-
tribution of newsprint In Mexico
Is controlled by i. Government
agency. George Wilshe. Kepresent-
atlve for several Canadian manu-
facturers said that 9*M1 tons Of
paper were scheduled to arrive
ometim'' next we^k by train.
Stock* here were expected to be
balanced again within 2.) days
Wilshe id the current world de-
mand for newsprint hnr caused a
deficit this vear Demand at RX
9,T>oo.noo tons while- prodtsctson
has been wtlmoted nt only
$,500,000 tons. Several news-
ocpers includinn El Universal sail
(heir tuool^ wm '
until next Monda;-.I .r.
\ fc rmerly visitor for Htspnno-
Atiierican province at new Abbot
GneraL
Urquid of Spanish extraction
L.it B citizen of Argentine wan
until now a resident of Salla
Argentina. Fifteen "CapituliirV
fi-iin ArgenUna. England, Bel-
gium, France. Holland and Italy
look part m tsie election of Uia
mw Abbot General to replace.
Abbot General Louis Smith Of
Britain who will now return to
his country.
"Capitular" from Poland could
not attend because the Polish Gov-
ernment refused him a passport
-HP.
A group of local artistes have n
formed a Committee and are r
hoping to arrange a half nour
Local Talent Broadcast over
RcdttTuMon once every weak.
Mr Kenneth Mason, the erasanB-
tor of the scheme, and a member
of the Committee, has approaehed
many City firm-, with a view to
their sponsoring the piOKiammv
The money contrinuten by Uh'm
llrma will help pay tl.e oxim-iiscn
of arranging the ftfOgrarmne \m
music to accompany vovaliats. an (^"
amplifier and mlcropli.ne, wire *
recorder, an auditli room. etc.
The Committee is M" K< r..
neth Mason. Charles Morris, Clevis l
Omens, O. S. Coppin. Winston
Hackett and Gcorg Spencer The
u-at mecling vdU.be held on Mon-
day night at 7 o'clock
The linns so far who are like-
ly to give assistance are Johnson
i Redman, rlnrnados Advocate.
Modern fire** BhQPpe,
DeUasa, N. E.
I>. its
Jeenn. ............- - -
i ur note pride*tinn ''
niy after i ksnjxaerlfl
nial Noi lane."
-i. iiii arc in.hi, Not "( > a-s fho1
v expert' M IV I *PJ :'"
;,i,. tin' agreed atf "" -
.
NATO north.rn flnnt-
limved dunni! M i li.ed orTinals d.-i
_,A -it.....'em coi
' . nt 1
-,,,;
vihcn ha I Mlnii- ... i coolroi
te- of Defence Jem Haj r i -
the Norwegian Navy was neglecU .----------------------
in favour of tha A
,-, tai fen i ''' limited
..Mi will not I-- able to defen I
as tr* 1
me support oi neavv unit*. \1,_ .- VOV KIHVaa
II, J.,l,
lall) frovnu on it but Ui
NlpnoB
Timea said Gnvernmem
leved to be centemplaUna a plan
ted ti.Kii- m, i
ui China .ind nt Boi k

inaaa and Unn>-
i ipatlon auUKvlties,
'eci goiim mi for ui'"*- than o
I la v,., Ho
nd H
n) "f Macao, lint aotna ahlpnieni
nt itcl rhlnn.

liiuineaann n in limit Kong thai
>.il and liii-tlos are go-
. .
I^pu'L I.ii'. WHJ m's i.| lni.ll.-
. x.n. ,..-it,t i, t th,. r,,M,,
' in Note replies to one
t... rnment of
i.iniil 10 rejectint 'he earlier
; lupusal th it |bi I
Ormany
etOtal conditions
. m both
The VTeatai I a under-
tood t" press tor Soviet accept-
ancc of the United N itluna' Com-

nl to consider any pro-
lir Bos let Union for
a neutral commission to study the
piestlon of elections.
When the formation and func-
tions of the Commission h vr
l*en denned the three po\.v: KUl
td to hold a rn<"
i huh Conurusaioeen in Ger-
iv Thr- w. ten not* is also
! Soviet Union
for its definite views on setting
itus ' ail Oertnan Gov-
aaea treaty.
Union baa proposed
that sueh a Government should
(empowers
kntyai nsora ;>iiout its
i |: ,i.....u^r.
YiiiliasWTnnii To -Wb
French AgainHi
Conjiiiiiiiisl Pflrils
i',
lufiuined sources sal
othei direction that
mads teal

Trieste Talks
Air Defence
TALKS
Itrithh Troofw
Muflf Leave Si'ez
hi\c r\ftoi k
CAIRO Maj i" ;
Tl
paper Akhbar 1 Vom sakl that,
Premier Nguel> El H.
has dn.l'
latest British prop"-.'.
tling the Ang!o-Egyptian o
It said the no'-" will b*' 'or-
warded to Ambassador Amr
Pasha in London who will be
instructed to deliver H I
Secretaiv
a copv of the n.te
handed to Rr.tish Ai
Sir Halo * to "''
Mond... Also Kimt t

Jefferson Caffei
audience Thursdai .at EOPJ
would accept nothing short ot
compli-''
troops from
fiWtcalr* -i :
Broqhers and Cav.- Shepheid
Commission
Meeting Was
"Routine" One;;
Instead Noi-wrgi.tn and NAT*1
loaders h.ivi chosen HrSI lo elim-'tlie
'"Uer veah polnl air d-
fssn-t Baul up from aln
Alfonan KoTWtalan aSartOTOI 11 sdl I I
Wilson. Thani '. i.rne ..u llntish Vamj.
SO Worl.l W.it II a
I tmed Btatea Thtuo> i
nut military alraorl
; KMto.iUHi i. I ii
rMrthern and sou
within the NATO ;
of them i aaar the
Arctic Ctrela -"i1' ao-eatlad
Tr- v. I '
was*, oiigiu.dly planned and -
i tahhshed I" H"- Gerti "is during
World W*i II ti
lhe- Ruaso-N I
Sir George Sod. K.CMG.I.,1 prateni being built ftx Iftun-
C'omptroller for Dev.-l-pm.-.n anCT. Am
Wollare. returnifl from t.u..'ie-| other all I
loupo yesterday .ifu-rnoon Jiftc" vay Imk fortiAi itlotu ol lhc Osto-
attfndiiig the Fourteenth asset-. Krlstiansai
ing of thu Cariblx-an Omimissi
British Co-Chair-
Accompanying *ilm were Mr. (..
H. Adams. CM.G.. M-C.P.. Com-
missioner. Mr. D. A. Percival.
Assistant Economic Adviser to
the Comptroller and Mi. R- O.
Roe of the Sorretanat of the Da- ._
velopment and Welfare Organ- Norwa
itation. .v..! ba
Mr. J. Kitwieth Thompson.
Colonial Attache at the British
Kmbas-y in Washington who was
the other Commissioner attending
ihr MiiiliiK. h-c gone on to
Washington.

lanes ex-
intended l" UDph air ba*

At thr him uma it has t*~"
-.eelded to move the m
taae of th.Norv/eglan Niv from
l-|r, Kp-.r- lO Bffl
tha oi
,f northern Norwa-
(rom Tromve to Harstad V P.
l.oNI m
Unb
i. in torn Hi iiej laid m an In-
.. iii.ii hi governnteni and
i '
uh, of the I Co ifi rt no
i .......id only
.
betweei %
;
Ii :....... it Vun'i Govi-rn-
ment and pubtk .....nton svera
i turbed and prote l> i .. . -i j t the
, i. ,
I mntinned b) ""'
munlquc
m i.'
r i i laefetan
Fore-gn
. :| after .oi "nnderatand-
i b, United
States and Italian flow
. n Ti i<- '
.t of the
ling and it
.i .. n pealed lo '
mant'i view thai
n'rsry to
Italian'
Od w-irned him of
ii .111 ot tht Yufo-
D
Child Burnt
To Heath
a CHILD am burnt to death
when a Hie o cored at a boarded
ta i innci"! I. ' 'Mil. ii araa
JapaJsigi

'B M
.ii Japan CBnaa frmu |hg United
Stilt--
Flour fnno n -
has also been passing to Ret
rotagh i Ueeao Wil
I ., PTSS-SJ
nation Inti ixdng pre-
war tl.iclo with Chill.i h.is lit,, il
.-in.- -rrn-fi bJ If
I. (low of Clunese r..
'
haky .luiMneae Industrla i
pr raw tnaU-rijls t< would htl|
...
d wugr>. whkli i. tKi" if
tha chief rausea of curretit laboui
ui.|. in ,I..,i.in
-IT
SAIGON. May 10.
Informed sources aaid all the
Knames. nnrflle column com-
sed of several Infantry hatUl-
is will aifctn join trie French
: j corps in the war
rabal Tiupf
'sunrn wilt l..tas, 1
won units i-^niH^i with mi
Untied Mates material.
The VaMnaraeae instructors are
going IhroiiKh thorough training
Dwdern warfare. The mobile
group win lhe Viet-
l f nf staff as part of
Mobtla nup, have hitherto
.. bad '" Uai I
aommand. Informed oureai aald
. nrmy aoon will take
i tai T.mking atct
until now i" French and colonial
-IP.
1/ STRIA \ CHA \CRLLOM
INVITED TO />.
LONDON. May 10.
Dr. l^it.....I Rale, Austria's
ChaneaUor, bafl l-ondon by air to-
Qlght for Wushmgton on a fort-
night's visit at the invitation of the
United Btatea Government.V.P.
Irioxh- Quiii
On Naruer L,n i, id-day
EUNICE NIWTON
B Christ Church, has heon ._ mpson :md the
.barged
vartetv of Imimesa in- murdering her hu band tl
,VriSn ofTheTTdux- gWt. " ' "*****' "
George KOWti TMassTI
boun rted lo he ,, v ., Anr Ami-rican
May 1. t(pcwtoni t [tai* , tha Allitdl
TwaesM *hout 11 pm and died on thi renitory
'wsn

I
ited thatl

V P.
BIS OEOROE SEEL, Comptroller for Drvalopni*i,t aad Wslfare and
Mr. O. H. Adams aa thay slighted from If.I.A'i aircraft which
brougfat them from Oandslonps yostsrday afUrnooa wbara taey attend
d tat FourtMnta Mstu&g of the Csrlbbeso OoauBlMloa.
Sir George said Uiat tha Meet-
g was the half yearly on*, of
e Caribbean Commission de.il-
. g with
eluding the rapon
Mai DewelpMnent Conf
which waa held at Puer
February last; tho Fisheries Con-
ference held in Trinidad last
month and preparations for Uv
Fifth West Indian
which Is to be held in Jamaica in
Novsmbcr.
The meeting which lasted from
Tuesday May d until yesterday
mornlnji when then was a priv-
ate session, was presided over by
liar*.'- Besuverser. French Am-
[>,l ...|..r '-. Cil
t> < I ng i ither "f
loutliii i.-itur<- Bh '.w>rg)B aald
and added that the real WOtll of
the Commission is done in the
ieehiiir..l iimferences which it
holds.
He said 'hat it is proposed lo
hold a conference on production
of local timber in Trinidan
"
and another conference

promotion of trade during 1953.
Fire At Halloh
es of
Eight and a q
i crop ripe
..nd Mil !... ! '
when :i in.' '-

The canes are II
Police! Thief!
gran :
.. lo'.-
'f. jn lhc pas! nwntll I
Mnnlri VUla.e, St. Gcoric I w.,, i i
Jhs choice of ihoM who
hscoqwM Quality, and
of thoAe who employ
fjco/wmy. ..
A rare combination realised in
K. W. V.
THE LABEL WITH THE KEY'
Wines, llrundivn and Liqueurs
K. W. V. PAARL TAWNY
K. V/.V, Coronation Wine
K.W.V. Old Brown Sherry
K. W.V. Amontillado Sherry
K.W.V. Old Oloroso Sherry
K.W V Sweet Vermouth.
K. W. V. Dry Vermouth
K W V. VAN DER HUM LIQUEUR
K.W.V. Superior "Key" Brandy
The
Pillars
I lea 111,
and
ftappineu


r
I'M.I TWO
RL
GIRLS INTER SCHOOL
ATHLETIC SPORTS
To be Held 11
KENSINGTON
On
FRIDAY. 16TH MAY. 1952
IT 1.311 P.M.
\rin..i i Ken-melon Pavilion I t'hiiilir.,, <.ri
George Challenor 3d.
Confidence Ir The General
-.CND V.>VOCATK
SI Mill MAY II. IS2
SAN A\"TONIO. Trim, M. o
Mr*. Margaret Dodo
nay she is confident lh.,t her hus.
band rftigadirr General France
Dodd and those trying to reacu.
him from Communists i. k.
Island prison camp "will on ,1U:
the Mum thins "
Inttn lewcd at Fort
Houston law to-d.r. sk.
POlaed and smiling She ui.i
I ulmort coWlen, re*
i will
absolute! i ttM right things.-
PLA1A I III 1IRI s
iii-\i in*.
>!
h \nit ml i -
t *1 I M P M
HERE COMES
THE GROOM
RICJL^LAVOR
RETURN Of
MONTE CRISTO
K AZA N
IMPIHt
tODAt----------,
S nilli.ii>! nan,
John DDtgK t 1 COBB
THF FAMILir SECRET
SXThA
abaci: tOOI.ISR nrSNT
P.r.mPuel Brill Be II, el
OI.V.MIMI
T.-4la- i. M.a LM (I
(.tow J.I-CCO R.
THt FLYING SERfVANT
I ACCUSE MY PARENTS
nFTH Hl>IJMI> -
t.- 4 Brag. i ... .
B...J Abt-,,1 Lou U
HERE COMtS THE COEDS
CAPTIVE WILD WOMAN
MOW
hvp.1*. Itontalhan. flyd CharMw
MARK OF THE RENEGAOF
>\iltA
inn .i
I aaaan taac
MAI H GLOBE TROTTERS
HOltOAY IN HAVANA
4. LOBE
OUR VIB\ LAfti CH4NCI
At .,...,, ;,.B,^1., ,,,. a.^il
Iso la ion...! H|| ..I,, ^W
REFRESHING
^ .^ure yourself
.'.id /-
lerdsy morning Ly n.W.I.A.
: -m the
i" ... of the
ibado* Publicity C'.'.imltlee In
York.
Urport to ii 11
I
tOrey Boy***, Secretary and
4 >r. lively
(the Barbodo* Publicity Com-
i Daniel I be -
-tjying
n Hotel Ro-pal, baa -ome out
learn fell she ean .iboui R.r-
.... i-toplr
New YotK about It hrn dis-
cing tourism <>n her return.
iVhlle here she rtOpW lo l<>ui
lnd ..lift rill, the various
i
Student Returns
HRiaVTOt'HER SMITH a Itu-
d*IH of the laodie School.
'urned dim St Kilt- vr-u-i-
v afternoon by R.W.I.A after
ending the Ea>t*r holld... MUl
t parenta Mr. and Mr*. Charles
nith of Basseterre Sugar Fac-
Chrlatopher la .1 nephew of Mm.
C. Shepherd of St Tiinmn* Rcc-
Housing Experts
1 RAVING for Antigua on Thurs-
I-. by n wi.fi weir m.
on and Mr. Hec-
cxpert* un "aidod
ng from the USA.
to Barbados to
with Mr W. M. Wood-
Bull d t n fl Development
Advuer to the Compt rol lei
I111 Ui'velopnient and Welfare.
Mr Hanson and Mr. Garcia who
apem about a week here rtaylni;
al the Marine Hotel, are muktnt;
a pii'llminary tour >f the w-hob-
Caribbean region.
They have been ...-credited to
the Caribbean Commlealon undYi
four" -rheme of the
lt;nlUii State* t;overnment and
I will be lavalls'i'lc for the next two
lyeera to the Caribbean terrltoru
Id advlt* on aided aelf-hclp
houaJnr nchemcaachemee under
, which roepecttve occupier, bull.:
.their own houaea with governmn
'ht-Jp in the forrn o( material* at.
r> From PUisance
MK. JOSEPH DISOL7.A W
nataance, &wt Coast.
Demerira. arrKed in the Island on
rrlday by the Lady Nelson to ipnxt
' holiday. He n an cm-
the Harboi.
rrantpi'its l>e,.irtmcnt in HC
thi ii'iia latvth
to spend aome of
in Trinidad. Mi
last In Bnrbados in
ihe Kuejtt .if Mi
'.V.-lIlnpl<.',
Qahib tfaltum
Mi- MARION 11 vmm
B.C. HaaJth Visitor
AMONG the pjisaenwer
1. morn in
1 Sanclio. He It s,,-'k('- '" ensmren,,, appienilcc in thi
fJO0ftotO.il Krt. tf*"*1*" '^.V ,T m Federal Engineer.' Department
Ofj II,-. :b,do af*rt frorn ^'hl-'' P- Leamar-J Nlanda. baa been award.
I (h.
Larty Nelst.n from Itntlnh Gui.ma
\1
Visitor
Sanchn who la
holiday, la the gueat
Angela Bart of FUvtr R<'.i
Merchant in Venezuela
MR. t"ARI/>S HETHENCOlJRT
Jnr, .. merchant ui Vene-
zuela, arrived ft re yesterday via
Trinidad by B. V.j.a.. for about
iwo weeks holiday. He waa
All Well in lllyrta!
KVhI'HH reaching tin
' w-ar.d from behind the brown
-artaan say that all H going well
is. ftryos that Is, the *tag of
if where rehear-
N'lghi are now In
"telr final week. Tbough two
c;jr! are nt one point , progreM
ce, there bi
111- time In thiv very res-
1 so far. No one has be-
artwhich
feel th.it
| Hi'upeare was gun..
tot rehears-
a a have been going on for weeks.
betaf on*i more proved
that flowing cOalumes and good
lighting will compensate for acres
of painted scenery. Thi show Is
being given on every night of the
week starting on Monday 19th.
with the exception of Wednesday.
which is being; reserved for a
-.pedai performance, though it may
be possible to release a few scab.
for the general public on that right
KHV It looks as if anyone who
wanted seat had better apply to
1 lb Council -" W-akencld
Htl'Si II ,.. prettv
quickly ! ! ,-,.t- ilnre .1 Shukc-
Mr. J. A. W. GRIFFTni
Awarded Scholarthip
NOTIFICATION h a ^ a*n
'". received from the Secretary
f State that Mr J A. W. Griffith,
accompanied by hi* wife and dad ve*terria\
family and Qan
Sam Lord's Castle
staylnff
it may be vea,rs more ed, under ihe Empire Tr.ur,init
lief ore anyoru- U prepared to de- .Scheme. a scholarship for a
vote -a much lime and hard work diploma course in Civil Engineer,
to t.utt.ng on another one. ing. leading to exemption from
Parts A and B of the AMICE
Mi. Grimth, a Barbadian, was
educated at Harrison Collage and
' the Antigua Grammar School. He
the James StreetSpeight*- la the son of Mr. G. B. Griffith
turned from Trinl- > c t i n | Police Magistrate of
.. by District A' and Mrs. Griffith of
Methodist Minister
nr.V. FRANK LAWRENCE
town Cii
nut
On Business
IJERK on s fifteen-day
B.W.I.A after paying a visit to Holligan Road,
his son Mr Alan Lawrence of
1 :roi Board.
Returning to U.S.A.
AFTER spending 36 years
th
. ousines-
is Mr. Jacob Kiperman,
I'nrtnc, of Kiperman Bros, Phlla- ^ the U.S.A. Miss Albertha
eiPhi.i Mat Manufacturers of San Taylor, sister of Mrs. M. Goodlng Barbados delegates who attended
e>rnando. He came in yesterday of NorhanV* R. ad. paid a short the Fifth Conference
15.w.i.A., iitmi Trim- visit to the island. She will be erotio,. of Civil Ser'
Maying at the Hotel returning shortly and begs to ex- tion in Grenada.
Civil Service Delegate
ARRIVING from Trinidad yes-
terday morning by B.W.I.A.
Mr. A. E Lewis one of the
LaalaBaBaBBBBBaV^^J '
P ^114^ in
dad in.
Royal.
Visited Their Daughter
MR. AND MRS WALTER
CORBIN of Worthing, re-
turned on Thursday by B.W.I.A..
from Triii.diid where the
spending a holiday with their
son-in-law and daughter. Mr. and ,he Gold Coast who spent part of
Mrs. Burke of "Vlstabella. South nis *>> lidoy in Trinidad with his
Piimdad. relatives, arrived here on Thurs-
Mr Corbin is a Director of da>". b-v B.W.I.A to spend the re-
Mesanf, Martin D"orW and Co ""ainder with his mother Lady
Ltd. 1 '.eie-Smlih.
of the Fed-
rvice Assot ln-
tion in oronacia.
id her sincere thanks to all her At the conclusion of the Con-
friends and family who made her Terence Mr. Lewis went over to
Trinidad to have a look at their
hoipttals
very pleasant one.
Comptroller cf Customs
MR. HUGH H'CIE-SMITH.
Comptroller of Customs of
" H-"fih Focu SerOs
00 YOU KNOW
9
-why you get headaches wbflD
your system's out-of-
onbr? Oaaeo given off by
4LffiS!tL L%l,ne%WotP-
fi and tarried to tba
l'ldn. They causa not
only headacftea, but tlred-
n-ss. irritability and
general litwitude.
It'a simple to keep your
-it free of clogging
inftlerlnls. Ttuco a
r-n,nkling Andrews
\-t .-.nit nitfht or morn-
Odl rwn him a gentle,
minnilftting; action on att
th- .hirostlvo organs.
Keii'umbftr
Andrews
for
Inner Cleanliness
--------------rrnr
Enrolment and Talk
ON MONDAY nifcht at 0 o'clock. \A
Misa Margaret Hart, Advisory 1T1
On Short Visit
For Medical Aid
I N Barbados for medical treut-
1 ment is Mr A. ViUanueva,
retired floor walker of Messrs.
D. Hope Ross and Sons, Trinidad.
He arrived >esterday morning by
B.W.I.A. accompanied bv hi*
daughter Mrs. R. Oakley who will
iw remaining for a weak.
Mrs. Oakley la an accountant of
Messrs A. S. Bryden and Sons
Trinidad) Ltd.
Congratulations
Secretary to the Y.W.C.A., ln the
West indies, will tell member- of
the Local Y.W.C.A., of some of
her experiences. The meeting
takes place at the Y Headquarters.
Pinfold Street There will SlfQ
be an enrolment.
n Fnd.iv
lntrnn.it
M'1
SEYMOUR WILLIAMS.
c^rL?drys;"K,!.rrTred' cor';RAfi'LAT,6Ns~i"" *"*
uv bv n.W.I A on a short ^ one tomorrow. The occasion was
-_ _, marked by a gay party which was
Medico Returns ''?Id dl h" brother's residence Mr.
nst.m Rot>'s, Dcacoin Road
years of welghl-
w. Tudor of
Edlthville- pme Road returned ,-. .
Girl Guides Fair
DR. COLIN TUDOR, son of Mr, Many happy
m and Mrs. J. Q. Tudor of liftln"'
jua-
I C E
JACKSON.
Chief Justice
of the Wind-
ward and
Leeward
Islands, paas-
c d throui aftirnoon by
B.WIA from
Antigu.i on hU
way lo Gren-
ada to preside
over the Su-
preme Court
in Grenada.
..-w? .ym1r!op*ned ltle Annual
Girl Guide*' Fair which wan held
t the Drill 11.11. Th,. ,/j". ?J2
ttended and laated fnau
from Trinidad yesterday mornUig
>.* h.w (.A He went over to
S*JT0r. A- A P. Dlreetor of
Medical Services.
First For Girls well
38 p.....
A PRECEDENT will be created Therq were the usual ..muse-
t^V.I"V1 ,hJf.nrsl ""'""School* "*"** ''"'children such BS the
Sports for Kirls will be held at W. "' rortune. ond the Ulckv
Kensington oval on May 10th at C.'1?, Jhen} wa also the Cako
'..,. p-.m- Queen's College, Si. fffr* JiW0? Gui>d, the House-
Mchaeiv Girls'. Foundation Girls'. %** SSS CJ^- ****. SSS,
AKxandra, and tha Alleyne GIrlff -V V Sfack and Milk Bars
Schools will be represented. T' 1**' *nd manv ",<'' Staua,
The results of these Schools at o.wT1' ivas .al" a ",ni'' * *
Ujatr annual sports have provad Kit"h1',,cvrC" an(l 'he f&
nleresting and events should he ^", ffiS* ""L,^"P-"'vision of
keenly contested. ** "n*""" rendered u pro-
** "1 appropriate .ift

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Killed in 7 Minutes
r-nf fcir. Hi.nc.iti, anUMattM
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Krim p.1liw dtirnlnn. Acd*.
RlBIWIItil. IVHIMll WlaikrM>.
I Plitiplsx,, Koi It'll asinl "lhi Wm-
i.h iJHtaars "am..n< ai only
I -11 | mar* r-nI l-t-nxi- .....' . -tlirti. .
tf). N.aM*r>. HlUi i". f-rmi ID I
asaatasaa4 1* n.....1-. 1... .. ,
Mil. clear, ilra.li>.-. n,r.,ih ikin
In on* >,. r it.oi.av Nuk .0 r-niifi
of mpty parKasa (lei gtiaianl4
rtuMtrm fn mvour'll'mHI lodarai I
Nlxoderm v;;^
rer Shla Treitble* 6ialia

Moke youra with
CANADA DRY
Quinine Waltr
B.O.A.C. Sales Manager
Addresses Hotel Men
iBf^K^ P*wa ag&aam*
-^--".....a pea s & xP "
He said tKat he had first visited '""null commlaaion to thcr age.it, ''"'''
lla.hado. live ears ago and on !S.n1,"'r V" lon,h '" ""> ThU w' "> opportunitv which
.ch aulmqueni visit he had note,, J!1* "><'* " been a Point uhlcK. ahotild not be m!Sid "t In 1J
with plooaure the pcopei that ?J2, "? """ " I'* Barludo; >r il would be a n' $Ll"SL
had been made in general, but in **V" '""'neau betore, ond now '<"- it would recur The H n r
the tourlrt facilities and or.ni... """ "" been cleared up-at Sales Man.gerTnen .ikedM^t
lion In pwicular. Thai he had "" ' '' "" mwiber holel, BgrMog Hotel. Tm-S
now been able to all dow with "S",,J""a -'be Agent. kin, advantage of havlni i
lie Hotel Aggoriailaa, and Uattn sho"ld be informed. aJi connection with Puerto
rrSde".W:^'.Th" ^f""}""' ,t d"'*",''"w^h uiveilS h<""" """ 'W< "^ "
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SU3VIMER FARE
Gardening Hints Farm And Garden I\"lTU"
For Amateurs
Last week'* article described
"iipking personally I find that the sudden upward
trend of the thermometer that we have been experiencing
the last few davs calls for entertainment in a light vein and h"w lo build rock garden Tim
I am happy to report that the three new films I haw seen *Jj l"'r wl" riM" with ho* '"
ill in this category, even though one of them is a mur- When nil the rocks m
der slorv. The two Plazas are offering "HAPPY GO LOVE- anranared and in pi..
LY" (Bndyeiuwn |. which lives up to its title and "HERE **f*^ "1S1J,pi"*1,,fcin E?"T
COMES THE GROOM" (Barbarees). w.th Bing Crosby. S3L 8 jg* \%T%
while the Globe is showing "THE STRIP" with Mickey up good mixture of black
Rooney. mould, manure and charcoal, and
Lets bl-itin with "Happy Go :onger interested tn an* pTOposI- if P0**1**-* "me * *
lovely*'. David Nlven. Verm-Clan tion concerning marriage with him lh* apweea. banking it high, for
id Caesar Romero are the- prtn-
tfafel refreshing, light-ai-
feather musical. Proceeding at a
. *y. bouncing pace, this comedy-
f-errors concern* an Americar
'heat rival Uvup who are htivnig a
i "Ugh time financially to get their
musical show on for the EdinhorRh
Festival. Lair for rehearsal one
become engaged to her V^"
wealthy soc.alite boas, to our re-
poiier hatches a plot to lure her
hack to him This entails, among
Othei things, his livingcomplete
ith children on the nance's
palatial estate: converting a distani
ousln of the groom-to-be from a
Irab, sedate blue-Mood Into a
morning, one of the chorus girls glimour girl and having her take ._
Ihumhs a ride to the theatre ir the bride's place at the wedding- ,',,. F
what turns out to be the car of a rehearsal. When the bride dlscov- P"*nU lh*1
or* that her stand-in is in love i'uL_u.p.
with the groom, an all-in lady
wrestltna; scene ensues and it is not
until Ring pulls the last jce out or
the pack that he gets < mot
the two kids.
nil be considerable slnk-
ge after a few days watering.
Water tiie rock garden sjftd In
the whole thing settle fa
a wee*, in the tneantlm. refilling
any parts that need It After
this, the rock garden *rn>uld be
in a fit state to be planted up.
Choke af Plants
There Is a wide choice
l-e used i
rock garden.
need by
M \S>\ I
Bj JkORH t>|
AT this time of the i tab!* garden calls lor
of i-oDiants..ii.>'i It <
transition from the .1 w warrn -us for the ft I
of ihc m should ba wi rj. Ve,;eub!es Ml h
cabbages, cauliflowers and 0" ftmn will be reaching Ihe en i
ti aaaaaifl. Legume* .peas ,md beans), shallot
tettuee, chard and atM
m new plantings.
*aaa*aMsa uch a* beet
!. to giv.
rtui i- Hut abov-
uriug the
i nunths smh
ptsjfercnc
nanui in wht
: :
to ph-n for a regu-
..'..:,. I
I. r't i
OLD MAN
Prominent
Personality

i
The name Of the I'll-ir-1_ v.
Plant- ,.. | ,g_ x
,ns u l,1"h ""
lined to low traiuiil plant* J<"~" n. lmtral pe"--.
Nntun.ll> tair^uu?U Such as n,,d Central Africa
"Declaration
gardest. hut xurii VlkB they will w.*k to achieve
choi
it grevn spinach I
heV'for "ol'yhocks. would be most uniuit- 'Decl..raiu.i
"* ror able for a rock gameri. Iu* suoh which they
Rihk plays with hi' usual care-
free, good-natured, easy munne:
and his scenes In the >rph;iri.i<<- a1
the opening of the film
.-. if pf- v,rj_, tli.> Leaves hi wet sacking
plant, a Coreopau. for wainjg the future"fderation of Souwrri MJP^ f-""1
.end ,hem.lves fisremelv wK.ndlJJ-gj.iJ. ; OTfSSw'jwaVT^h!
Conslderadon must be gJven to Kya- VmM* "'" T*n*B^te tST-re
the position of the rock garden. The plan was revcil JUfl fancj our hu\ -
, when chocadng what plants to speaker nt i> iniblu In nig to import liimeu" spn
his nurx use. for it would be no good puu d. hal It aBn be so easily grown fi-ru mi* i,
ting in plants thnt like sun in a j; ,v tg ,f "*' "' plants'
shady posiUon or vice versa. In .
Aitwinnii who nu an w. selecting the plant-, try to get as tl;, i .mil -ev- tk. |IM farm, prepai il
P"5* _an-d. awat n variety of colour as pos- ami and. "'. '
and this colour will be far ,\IC r,,,, :i :ini| Tanganyika iev.c- aji vreala such
if arrangiHi m ; pona the slgnatW i orn and Guinea corn
ither than in small v ill be Ul 'ull >wlng. And let
The speaker, T. W I bW
irdy be ,.-
H :, ill"
^L. 1-^.2" a ^K Council, said iaaaarlaa, glaO
niseu the saillllP Uwr. was a ahortat.'-'
Jkn g
faamd Ilia ramad> to rastara
YOUTHFUL VIGOUR
This foang mti was btlag
premaTureiv seed by kldaa*
lie tells lo bit tattas
how hruscban **' bim back" *4e
baal i'. alter weak* of pain 9
1 mi fie r*d for sraaks fTOSa
Hi,-. ii..'.il-ie r.J fait ilka aa
It t.ugh I am only SL
If I stooped to do anything n
was aginv to str.iKbtsn as
again. Heveral peopfa adslaaa
n totryKros!hnilaJuiaaUMB
bad foMTil D'.'iii wondarfu). 1
triad them and 'ound tbay gav*
me relief from pain, and I fait
batter in avary way. 1 shall kaap
OQ wllf, ths dally doa t.cua 1
. ,n t ii >lav' i w..ik *aa
no* -M any tha woraa for It."
Vmssa taa kiaaaya ranoUaa
properly. ca>rtain ar.ta waar
instead of being aipeUed
allowed to pollute the.
' prod-
stream and proi
Caro N*.
year old A
of th
sung by sixteen
Ma
quisltelv oli
soprano. Ring's own numbers, in- s:|,|
eluding ii song and dance routine roan effect.
with Jane Wyman are catchy and |.irge groups ._.
nttraetive and in one of them he lllW f,eiP uui thpre Therefore.
gets intTther with Louis Arm- lf planting Sweet Alyssum d not b, kvJi.ik Bgma.
strong and other well-known itan. pil, rne plant here and another Jlfcl European Settlers
Jane W>-man L pert and peppery c|oa* by there, but plant .1 group >
ns the bride wavering between two ^t puinta close together so that
grooms and franchol Tone i.nd when flowering they will form
VKRA FM.EN
Smith bring plentv of
laughter to their roles of Kos-
tonian aristocrats. All In all, a
good-natured Aim with eood-
natured people providing the tun
ind Blng Crosby fathering r;ic
bard" with easy grace and charm
THE STRIP
big drift of sno-wy white
And now for the plant--
greatAfricoi.co.liV.il. American and *
Scottish millionaire and tottora vou
can say Jack Robinson, rumour
the nrodurer trvina to knuckle in may " misleading but don 1 run
rmaed u. stardom as a result of U o lh burieque or any asaoeln-ed
umouretl betrothal and the baf- ct'v- a straight murder
il.-d millionaire fast falling in love eatery w.th Mickey Rooney
with '
he
i m 11 ona re fast fnl :ng in ove "** ^ "" "-"^ .,
h the diorus g.rl. who thinks the central flrure Tor once the
I iperman An hilarl- Pj w uneojnpliealed and be lev-
. ^i(ma- J...i. ih. -r.-^ri^-" able and follows a suaight p..'.ti M
SWEET AI.YSSL'M: Il another
x-k garden plant which flowers in
snowy white. Hermatmetu
daisy wUl make 3 i...,...,.
climax reveals the "reuorlcr" uu,c i"lu Iolluws a aUaight pa
... 1? ESs^j&ssriK %***&. Bt?J^2,,a
.Inc. every- 9V .* *%. !. --------- -..
thint oui. iiopp, <;., t^v-iv *-* tmtm **m nUM- um. yrtto
club*, rMtflunntt n<1 Mm fffrw- lovvly spl^h uf Boldcii wlluw
Ihincuntmr Hie *lor>. arc plMS- le* and the plot concern! drum- ,h CuoH.ra^ MaMni-tUnn K-adan and
.1 interludes and xm mer In a nUhl club who U .uv SJ V 5^1 k^iti "" r"n""
,1,-lithHul number, by Vera-Ilten pected of murder by the police i;.,C*S2r"i'- "'" ""*''^
. ludln. short modernise bal- when hi. former boa. a racketeer. ,%^, n'SE'El Jtuble and
,lancln i.. , alway.. and a anrlr with whom he I. m "f "'".'J5T '" u"'ble. n
Hili. and it icema to love, are found murdered. I)inn man> .
Iitler and hotter. David Nlven U the unfolding of the itorv. mere Q, lhr eoluured leave, we have
In One form ai the weathly Scot are plenty of opportunities for ihe variaanted (oleus Then then,
nnd hll well-known flair for some good entertainment numbers ^JT \" ^ii ,,. ,.',
ironic comedy i. given gull rain, including som. dancing by Sally tmeriTolctur. ^^
while Caesar Romero contributes Tomest, whose aole aim la to gat **
of comedy as the hjrd- Into pictures nnd who doeairt it.liid F au u| ^
baaat. fast-talking produoer. P'lna how she achie\'es It: and some hot ,h .. ,. njZ^Z
fTsrt a newcomer to audience, this Jam session, with such famous Ins; f SJ *, g*"^
Ida of the AtlnnUc, Is a. cut. as musicians aa Louis Armstrong snd '"' ^J^-!zLr?~,
she cm. l>e and I should say. would J.ck Tcagarden a. well aa outer '""' 'lk' 'h.f "**d*'- ,C^T """r
l2nr witching [ forgot to mention well-known members of Mr. Arm- plaJiUwtaaly. and plant them In
' ahtaf. hand In thei. sessions, suitable positions t a.-. the boat
Mickey Rooney Bl* a fine dig- results.
pan of his dexterity with the drum
ss'siS anafisti -Si -& -st. le'-t'^jg
VIcDamoneand Monica LewU and w-l< !"> very little atleuti.'..
a geilUe some admirable egectitlons on the and It will be year. More It will
sSS r^LXir~x^' BKaaa^ar1*--
lthos hy director I''* C"pra. [>,,, ,he dramatic angle. a*Mn Bui before this, about once I
Then, nil ..r :. ayldan.lt Isyaisilll Rooney acquits himself creditably ,,. ,, Jue, weU , ,,,ni..ul.l
In the Itrst serious role I have seen lne .,, ornen in parts, aa mould
i in and II is good to see him aoe, , cashed away by ram and
doing an adult role instead of the cnsu,, watering, and sometime L
perennial adolescent. He combines ln M of . <:tm^ ,,,.
"'w^ arejeni in hi. aeUng^up- ^.."^ul "^ h.i'pTXr "Sic
S,:tl ."newco^errK^ro'wn'. gfj-; -* f ? '""
who -ing. a eatChy tune called -A Ihe 'h''le. a rock ajirden is ,,..1 .
KM To Build A Dream On". Sally demanding part of the garde, and
Forrest, as the entertainer, shows entail, lea. labour In upke.,. .......
that she can dance, as well as act. do garden beds.
I bon.i-
aMabei
i
"lini'iv cannoi
ouah^m^hVad'oed. "had ,
catcd their wiumgn.-i. to rovlde "" .' ' \, "
Cauu.00g.ixn annually f.a ",'-""' \"'"*"' .',"
years to aU..t --"f' ''""1'"
Verbe-a I. an excellent rock of such a le.lcr.,..
garden plant Verbena can be had '" "" .""' ,"
ii a teat vaiiTelv uf loyi-U Ma- I daaBrlbaas It aa "Ihi u,u_ If'on Nave voiit bib es hnnd>, lull
coloi,.''hich "lea* ver, jLl
when mixed together in croups, saying u as life for
or when planted in a troup of ufjQ Xiuvt I Tan.iin-
one colour Ttds plant can be had vtk,
deep purple and various ^ ^^m ,,
"JS principles set out by SI
'-f ill ",d hl* *oci:-s w cepted by .ill r;ic*s in tli
11 lories.
* Anoint r speaker sum r I
i : I
"the problem im.-iit."
cuid i ... Sir Cud
mi int-m-
Windbreaks
iid In many
f these colours.
hit.. scttleiN p Bast
and Central Africa wtO
a personal capSMUty >
. Rt|.....
wner.
(hat this pleamint. enjoyable musl-
il I-, fif course, in technicolor.
-HEBE COMES THE
GROOM"
into boslerous slapstick and farce
With Bin. Jane Wyman. Franchot
\lexi Smith in the thick
of II.
The story concerns n B08*0"
newspaperman, played by Hing.
In the U.8. from
Fiance with two French orphans.
only t- be tuld that unless he can
IInd a mother for them within five
.vill have to Kivethetr
.,. on his ex-flanc*e. he
ilnd* that she is definitely n><
_.. iroubleao
. ...plainia hackaohe. rhaan
liiti aad siceaalva istiuua.
Kruacfaaa Is ona of ilia Unas*
Jiuratl'-s t>r kldnay aperlants.
The small dally dose keep* the
Itidnoisan.t >r her Internal oraa:
' i tia
purillfil ad visoroua
saslkl
, nsareat Chamin aa
re lor Kriiii &b.
anil ">"mii .arrhVkya//Ftffui
*afirfaifi.wi imufrJer aV mMerMl willbr rrpfxrJ.
A lu *)*( hvltfi'r tlv nsmt fc-rfuson avi i/k itlivJgr.
11 > ; ,, ft
, r a
ultimo M

1
jjfiorie
b cokara around uV
. Ill need some I
H IBtaj besi.
i. I car old, the to,
: should U
I Bbirwarj vaal
assi-t thrm to put on an abundant
in rwUi aad Ibi >" Idi f i i
|O0d( if not I. II
the lust year, s i
foi .. itm*u crop but in lbs are liable Ii
i .ih afhtta bllgljl and i
tn dm Uim up and ra
in.iy Uks
:..i tgrpM uf windbreaks
urn will prova
PSH und the seed grain

there was *aJao a
i'y last year.
1-. i i.i.irit-ii! tviiiabreak.
hi n>f higher ruinl->ll
, is GllrirldU or 'quli
u,.......
. i rapid gn
oma ,...i;.- i4 Ifaa W< I
f : young
and coITi' Il utl I)
Ifopa its
iliac i'"i......
in sreut profusion. It la
l Into neat and nt-
n. dm od Ids pnmini i
lake exrelleol rruiM
Ihi itardi-n beds. When
'i.-hly rut. there la a fragrant
of i inv.i hajr, i
'long rinbtiicai >> the ('m>m
tna it ff^use wh i
-i hedge Ah a tree it
u-eful in wa-te pi
f'.r u* in rtaitV atal
l^ul as ft re wood. OllricUla ->n i-
cnally eslahllshed from
i ml tings. Fur hedg
j purpoaas. plant tha teci ... gtd
it'iuhle rows ahou
' li ehstj |>iirt each way,
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Sl'NDAY ADVOCATE
SUNDAY, MAY 11, 1*32
CONQUER
PAIN
WITH
- M utk
in fouhth imgkediemt is quimhei
*nacin" the NMMMk m- rel*ver of ptn Its secret Iim in the
IWi blending ol three *t!l-pron .d*c.nes (rfitnaceUn. Caffeine
and AiatikaflfTlll Acrf) with a oufTH IngndtSM. And ihU fourth
ingredient, which remtorce* the soothing action ol the other thrse.
v Q N '
DO YOU SOFFEtt FdOK THESE P
Then re the plm**NACiK' relieves, headaches, colds, toothache,
rfceeesstne*. mMM p'". luaaaiget, mmmrwd p"w Aid. ks
lourih ingredient. Quinine, brlnjs down feverish teropenturss fast !
ffM MEUEVE W/r?. .. 4f OtfCE/
li ecu ,ou very i.ti I CO bu, a 1 talk* envelope of 'anacin*snouth
b bout of pain, Atio in handy boxes
xmle* of SO tablet* for household me.
f Doctors end oVnnsu in many pst* *f
gj mtM 'cr welcomed anacin' f>
i*e re'ic/" 0/ porn, *i Greet Arils* onv
U.CCO dacto'i ond denuili recommend thfl
Bad uie it . their iurfer.es I
r so* ANACIN' today
AHO ARM YOURSELF AGAINST PAIN
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I.n.s Of W.I. On Indian I .K. Four
//> a > com>
T*HE P*'i Knock-out competition has been the
tnci Dior football circles
Mtc| .fT the compe-'
th. First ail i. ,,', hurt week,
there was a natural in.hr. ition of Interest towards the
final eonpcUtion for the 1932 .season.
toftf ^ Wh.ii has been most controversial ami indeestl enter-
1 laiaui I ... has been
the first '.cmi-tii al hatwaan Emi ne and
t ,.!,:..i- a) K. :, ngfa i, iuon.
' kopn mi it reached in some of
' t:.n no credit
.in cither team U Its in u-,imiuu,-
*-|"HLRh wcro flashes don durlUj the K-me
I f<.i syen not two wei DtaTliWf Hut
nilainlv DM eanool X persistent foulimi flji-
grant breaches of the laws of the pine and m Kcncral indication of
bad trntpara ao abundaAtlj uhll td D9 Om |.-Livers on both bides.
Tne rcfern- would have Uin ju5tifled in .ending off half tha
,"tl ' ">' II Mn ror iMM ,,f fx.iball to deaen-
7 *~ Don,n*lca, ">>*e-f.,r-.,ir m, that Is desirable that w,
''""*"' "" u"' i-'m.i.; side, experienced plavera should assisi
to the extent that they avoid all li ,i nianners. bmiriESt
ntl out and out boorishncss. *~-
'|RM % afternoon by
the Knipin* find ('nrlt.m tcma and cvrUinly I cannot exonenUa,
QlttOOj from UN he) could easily have Bent off
Ive or iix of the wore* i"
tUaregtrd for Uw and order this
r.-.tii if We uiume foi tin ,- of argument that in some
.-motc instance* the refereWng has been inexpert vet this Is not a
.. to itsuM ui.-i.o- ud openly flim'i their authority.
A cbOOl team has walked off the held vh bloc and to my mind
St The disciplinan
B \ K.A. nuat now make uncquivocable decisions
in the uuareau of etttUnthai axe too many
players still lic-poiliiui t- fun.ro BarbadM ftball tha*.
.iliould ' put on Sedellm-N FOR KVtB Ukd others could be stu-
p<'nded say for -.ouiage the other ruffians,
CIIKCK YOl \(.l It (IMS IIHI
(pOME of tha > iUil be dissuaded
at once from making Asuciutioii f.otball their recreation and
n suspension of aay fifteen reari woukd
|| BO room In OUfln regurdfess
f his pigmentution and i ajJd '< de-
Ihe OMsortunlty '( playing Used utttple.
On Monday Barrisoo Couegi I oM I fpoxtaa who
i only aatil ol the BkBtCh, Thr t'ollege team russed many
ipportuf] i own fault that they did not
t of a tangible superiority eaily in the game when
i.
In the second half nOWtvai BpTfJl ulliej and in the ciicuni-
i must certainly disagree with a large number of spectators
who from a jaundiced rtaw ly booed Spartan on their win.
Spartan .ui|.i..>.-.i Collegd In the let it i half, and the school team
d to press home an early advantage in tha firtl half, have
..ill., themselves to blame that they lot! the initiative in the match and
' m made the mo I ol the situation.
COLLBOB WIN KEY GAME
ON Wednesday HarrUOO CQlJaem in a key game with Lodge swamp-
ed the St. Joliii tWtora by six goals to love. This was a peculiar
rha ixKige School, .vim wore aibvtonaly Utooaslng undas the
on rot the Hist time, soon got into
ne and certainly their defeat of six goals to love is no true
indication of the respective standards of play up to the half Ubbs
interval. 1-hIw, Behoi tamttoi from well within
.ne penalty area ii kieketl u penalty Up tOWardl tne niuui
.is well tins did not assist then chances.
Harrison ColiegS, a- QUickei on the ball and
tnetj sttacM Buco ..,, brm a corre-
ipoikiiinc rise in thrust and n ai t .so when the CollesM had put
uaamaaivei in the lead by three goals to love, there was no doubt tnat
.i Dinner seoie Wl OlDO) h.uln ol loilege then
.oudiy chanted --"Wo wai '.ney dad gel mx. But there is a
limit to indulgence end t led "We warn ; ooys held on and said "no." The fame finished at six-iove in favour
of College.
On lliur-iday the B f I .'. in a Knockout lixtuie.
These boys loo played at Kensington foe the hrst time. They weie
precise and workmanlike in then movtKnenu when they had once got
Ihe lay ol the land !' Obvious too that they were more than
a match for Police. Bpai lianas full of them on
Monday in the second v >
INIHAN TV.AM IN UNlTt.U KIMUHlH
IN VIKVV of the Inrlieoiniiiii VbUt 01 an Indian team to the Weft
IndM ! iriy oead '..( Weal Induui rxlcafa
circles ire rnore than ordhuuil) eonoernod with the progiess of the
Indian team ih.i' to mutt Bngland.
S'i far they have nniv played two oihci.il fixtures, one against
which was drawn and the other lliey have lost to
1 am more or less concerned with the composition of the team.
nice it is safe to predict that the "'.. of the member., who are at
present on tour ol England y/Ul be m the line-up against the West
Indies.
V. S. HAZARE. one oi tlM

IS captain and he Mods no intro-
duction to West Indian cricket
circles.
Th,- Weil Indi- I
iut loin ol India within
tilt* post few years will recall it
once present members f the toun
like ii it Adhlkarl. fes i
U. G. 1'hadk.tr. of bounders lame,
P. It. Umrlgar, C. T SSTWaut,
Uhulnm Ahmed and D. K. '. u k*
wad.
MANKAI) OUT
*T^1IE fact that the team will U
M. without the servict i <.r \ moo
Mankad is a serious blow in a
entire structure. Mankad is en-
gaged with IIas!ini:den in Ihe
i ii d wmc
chooss ol thought expressed the
Opinion that he would .-till be
vailabk in the Teiti.
Hetent news frtim
howevei point to the fact that
sJtJppOl Ili/.-iv has not pi.miicd *"
on including Mankad in lii- Tt.'. \ >> II\/\fti;
team.
Three of the team. Harare, himself. Shinde and Sarware toured
F!hu:.iii,l in l!.4ij ,md n average
age of the team is Lti and i' n. Lhi ! -am b mad* up of
giid all round players, at least ou loputation, rather than specialists
ne departmeot.
CARLTQH: Lucas I Williams /
EMPIRE Harper 2
- 2
Bx HttOMt;
A LARGE CROWD of football fans went tu Kensiny- W
ton Oval yesterday afternoon and saw Carlton and Emp.i *
play to a two-all draw in their football knockout fixture.
Much foul play marked both halves ul , ,
(Jittens had to use the whistle frequently
w*ai the first to score minute before
and then Empire equalised. At half half, Harpei
THEKE istdentl in racinu which
occasionally excite world opinion. Most frequent.
and those which attract the mos. attention, are. un-
raJnf the "warning" off of
owners or trainers. Jockeys are suspended so often
I > seldom Is any particular attention paid to
aee. There are other instances concerning
jockeys such as the famous (lht in tin K-
M ill always live in Ihe history of the turf
ways on race but
Empire had two goals in on kickd in the second foal, beating [-"tlu,l* '""' "f (1"' 'w which ever took place in a well known classic
Then in the second half the Carlton ct'ftodlan, Km* com- ,M '"t "d second horses. Another Instance of
Cart(t>n kicked in their second pletely. The fn mg being made into a world
Par Empire centre-forward the scon t 21 In Empire's :";' ntad'"f wf ""' assmsallgeatloa of Craganour in the Derby of
Harper acored both goals while favour "'' the fact that a Derby winner had never been disqualified
lirukie- Uicas. inside right end O" the resumption Empire con- ,Jl Kasl not.immediately after the race! made Craganour perhaps
C ft William., jruidc left kicked tinned to pile on the pressure on m"ri, J1"""8 lhJ*n ",!* n#d "">''> won the event with.iut
u. one each for Carlton, iMr nval. but Carltoo was Jlso ____h?t ^V'1' TC U"' 1",'"h '"" ""u :,""," ^^ Mid
I K,!.h ,elfi ; ,rTm lit. iw 2* PJS ,n 'l" ^SbKS"- h"'"'" ']^c Ul11 ""* M diltcrenee In the futur, careers
kick ofl both sides tried to assert did not care for this exhibition. nf two horses
themselves. The Carlton forwards ____ ..HhouKh the incident is now nearly a
i"cd down on the Empire de- Corner Kick year nugh the columns of that excellent magazine "The
Mice but Grant kicked the ball Lucas at inside right tried to British Kachor.." that I With due acknowledgements
JsjhM and Referee Gittens sig- score the equaliser. I.ut he too was therefore to the Spring Supplemen: of this periodical let us get on with
i, died for a corner kick. Lucas kicking wide of the Dal. Then the
I..eked Ui i-ll /...... HJm ........i when the half was 15 minutes
Into the goal to put Carlton one ', u.*m, r;.M.. .ir.-ii-a -T1 raa in Praawa and the Prix du
up on Empire. Everyone was ,corrn"' *lr,k jn EmP""e .This was a. iiv > is about to be run The favour-
amased to sea a goal acored from *"'*''d ''v H '''V,',",," ""s l^c Em" t,c ' " J'., Bteambra. Alao in the race is another coll
this corner kick, but the Emplrd gr?rtP*' n.d. *'"?"," wh? T*- ^St^uM; ?*"' '"'' M" * ha' ? 'eeently won
players were no perturbed Soon and'n" "' fhp mjddlt- f ,vU ''^"luielv rtmnug the
., ,w . i -j Empire area unmarked, kicked tt* after the first^ goal was scored DQ dirocIt |(, )(nblnsnni but t FtabIc consider htm only a good miler and a much Inferior horse to
Hutchmson on the left wing nearly nad paned'the goal Secan la and a half iniertor horse to
kicked the second goal in on Em- Robinson tried to cuff the ball r.owcd to take the field because it L
pire from the wing. out for a corner, but Referee felt 'hat the great Bleambre will need more than one pace maker
I mini. Score Gittens signalled for a goal With which he already has. and the stable now have three competitors lii
Symmonds at inside left also the score two all. players on both UM race. Free Man la not even given the benefit of a recognised
tned to open the scoring for Em- asai made renewed eon but |oe ir^rsrenuce is given the ride on him and one
pire, but his kick went wide. Then lhc amp ended with the score at might rightly assume the reason An experienced recognised Jockey
faultless forward movement by
Empire brought the equa
Harper on receiving
from Drayton made no mistake
kicking the ball into the Carlton
fOal beyond the reach of King
Score: one-ail With the equaU:
-all
The teams wen
Mnynard. Svmnv -
Drayton and Norvllls
Carliow: King, Porter, Ri n-
nedy. Cos- i
own race. An apprcnUee will do what he
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the game again became fast ay |
ijjlit ,.

'ion in French racing must be
explained, in mj opinion, Ihe reel colprtl In the whole affair. It
In France repi |e are "coupled"
;n the betting, ,i i to win eettn the horse of Us
cnosee. I U We do it out here, all horses
independent ind must run on their merits irrespee-
,-id it was Empire who was doing Willi
the greater part of the pressing. The
Then when It was about one Gitten
and C H
S ((
. j owrssrahlp. Now for tin riii i*rinccV. Wia;
Moyra Blair Scores Victory
i'.h his account as it appeased in the British ItacehOfae,
A prentice J. Massnrd fsince first p^ekey to the Vol-
terra stable) was appointed to ride Free Man. He dashed off with
I, n li ii tin Miles were uo. lettinu him stride long 4Ul U
fast and powerful speed, but without riding him into the ground.
Al Kree Man had a ten length-! clear lead, which
he still kept whin the field turned into the straight. Paul Blanc
on th" favourite was riding Sicambre with all his strength, but ap-
(By Our ych.i8 Correspond.-., ^581??."""-"h^o'rS SKSjtS!
e. M^.h*rll!h"s,sdveconv,nri-1.....*2Fi* rtrfggMittrswgSift
Cl.is.s when the Tenth R.H.Y.L. la Mlled in Carlisle Bay ,,, ,., i .,,,.,!,. will, Ph.irsale fourth ond Mat
yesterday evening Sailinu conditions verv much suited de Cocaow IMtlt tffh.lt u.* arc mine.)
this larjje boat and from the start it was clear that ihe would ". Wlazcmskl add hi. final note. "A lot of ink ami
end up among the first three. The ran _iv result... Tojmpartlal
that belonging to different stables Free Man
should have won easily, but M. Jean Stern and his trainer were
in affirming that Sicambre Is far the better of the two."
WELL 1 am several thousand miles from France and nearly a
,, the alwvetook place. I am not In a posi-
,i [gin
about.
The Eleventh Regatta will be Seablrd had linished among the
ailed on Saturday. May 17 and first three in the Ninth Hegntia
the Twelfth on May 24 (Bank- when it should have'been Rnin-
Holiday). The race for the bird. Perhapn s.
Frontenac Cup. which will be two spired by this efn>r. \,y nrgue of the met < and Sicambre, I presume
rounds, will be sailed on June 9 yesterday's race. their owner and tminer must know beet But from the above
(Itank-Holid iy) and the present- S-ven boats started In the I> rit:iT th;it Free Man should have won. aiul vvnujd have won the French
ntion of trophies is rixed for a Class. At the end of 1 iwrahlp. And having won the Derby, Free
later date. round Scabird was still good m..,, would not only have been OM "f 'he few who had the double
Eight boats raced in the B Class, way ahead of the nearest boat. ,i|Sii:i,.ijon (.f being winner of both Guineas and Derby, but he would
Wizard and Okapi did not start. Sin bad. Rainbow was third with lrc BDte t command a sire's fee Lo In excess of what he now obvl-
At the end of the first round. Hurricane closely behind her. ovuU; because of this. Bieederi would probably flock
Hanger, the first boat to start, was Seabird kept her lead and went lo n|,n .m<1 ). might become a champion sire of the future,
still in the leid. However. Moyra on to beat Sinbad, second by 5" Now. slmplv because his owner and trainer believed him to be
Blair soon overtook both Ranger seconds. Hurric I eve another chance to iirove that
and Hi Ho as she pulled a*-ay minute and 24 second', behind n, ... ,.,.. ffoi WOtlld Ins awner and trainer be the first so closely
from Ti.i.U.y. Flirt nod Hnscnl. Rainbow. connected with B horse who have proved to he wrong about them.
v ni Btair comDleted the a* usual, Vamo-. ,- ( !>ccaslon good six furlong horses are known to get nway with n
second round 51 seconds ahend of honours in the Torn ido Class, f ., of good mllers getting awny with
Ranger which wih now second. M-ored another easy vict-.i ;.,!K in g.l company. And. accord-
Flirt was third. 30 seconds later. Vamoose quieklv got awav from j_ .,, .]] reporta. Blcombra was suniosed to be a champion.
Hi Ho. which was 45 seconds be- the other four boats.' She led one may opine. Sieamhre's Jockey was too complacent
hiiid Flirt, had a lead of only 8 throughout the race. Comet was ,nd n(. wn, CUUBht napping at the finish. Subsequent events do not
second and Edril third. T!
dropped out of the rice before
comoleting the second round.
The results were as follows:
B flMmi 1 Moyr.i Blair. 2.
Ranger. 3. Flirt.
c ('bus:--1. Rogue. 2. Oeruaet.
-. i
seconds on Rascal.
Mischief Overtaken
Gipsy overtook Mischief and
was av seconds ahead. Moyra
UUIr saiicu steadily and kept tne
lead. When she received uie gun
she was two minutes and six
seconds ahe.ul of t-jjrt. iecori(L
ii.. eel was Unrd, 10 seconds be-
hind Klin and Ranger linished 2J 'w"1- 3- Hurricane
seconds later. Fantasy u-ai li, Temido Claaa:t.
Ho by four seconds and Gipsy Comet. 3 E- "
finished a minute and 33 seconds
ahead of Mischief
, In the L" Cluss seven boats
started. Madness dropped ou: of
the race before completing the
first round. Rogue was leadin,;
at the end of the first round. .
Miss Behave second and Gaiuict V. If CHD
third. Harrison 60, "it
Rogue went on lo win the race, TinaL of the Men s
finishing over a minute and a half Sumrv.
ahead of Gannet. second. Miss terday evening.
Behave finished third and Scamp Chencry
fourth. elected to serv
Honour in the Intermediate game* on
Class went to Gnat. Ciytie drop-
support this. A tOrtaJ&Tutter Peul Blanc was taking no chances
1 P.iris and coming into the home
stretch he .
the llnish he
^^hei-: Mi.' betting rule. This no doubt
: the situation where a stable
the pubUe by winning with the
t leading by several lengths and being niven his head,
ilsh he was all out and only a neck in front of the
i WOIIIX I lin I is"* lii" >' .s riu .1..... i ...^ ...------- -.
IntrrmfdiaU- CUtB1. Gnat; |, .... .t l.ttfr returns In the belllnn. On piper
2. Keen. t. Mohawk. || >U I ;e Man "1." "ul
D CIm:1. Seablr.l ,,-mit. I' "'' J
in result from the stands, then to all
Varmoiv.- t |, rule like this has no pla.e in the laws ot racing.
CHENERY WINS
MEN'S SINGLES
Argi'v.linan lour Lekestarahire 161,
India 62
LEICESTER, May
INBURGH, May 10.
liil-inian Football
gave another
Fated L. A I that a contract has
* i. for the Scottish team The Indian touring crick.'
A .i rut, lie Mid "no- were 1*3 tuns behind Lelcestershiro
OS- thing definite has eClded it the end of the first day's ploy
in their three-day match here.
Players and officials
tbeM or the cj i reeent on rtfl''r dlamtiaing the county for
tretch i iliiytng tour of tr.-> continent and 181 "> than" Hrst innings, the tour-
could get into his stride. nothing will be d Ig " iad w for H* los? '
pe.1 out of tho race shortly after In the second id tjarrii u on the Argentine pro- two wickets in reply-at the close,
completing Ihe first round When changed his game and by uslni posal until they return." At lunch l^icestershirc had lost
be( appeared to be sailing very the chop tboi >iig to tl.u Th;s the second iifilcial denial **** KJ".1Pg-SW-TSetl
well. At the end of the first round net. won, :ract n;is "n ("jj^^. **7'f> *,(*"-
Iteeu was in the lead. Clytle. Harrison led 5-2 In the second been s.gncd and issued by club 1gpefJ.\"tj, ir\*Ll%.%}$ SR
acconi, was ] seconds ahead of set. officials In four davs. On Wed- .by A"ian Jack, Walsh t3,)
Gnat. - At this stoge Harrison had the nCsdav club manager Hugh Shaw bro"Kht obout sPlendid "*v~
Gnat soon went Into the lead, service and should have won thl denied the morning newspaper re- i>iy"
She brat Reen by a minuteand set. but he lost his service m u contract has been Sadhu Shinde. a leg break
12 seconds. Mohawk was third from then onwards chencry was signed and giving what were- bcwler. was the most suece-ful
und Coronetta fourth. on top. '
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T\HLi: 7AYY/A'.
Y.M.P.C KNOCK OUT
IN INTERESTING
By P. A. V.
Y.W.P.C. created a sensation by knocking out V.W.C.A .
when the opening.matches of the Ladies Inter-Club Knock-
Out competition weje played at the Y.M.CA. Naval i
Frid.i-- niiht. Many people expected thai Uic YW.C.A
liter then excellent performance agl
CollttM In ihe lntev-Club compclilr
would have rchad in. sum-finals in the K: o
However, lb I md < than Thai
team played wild lull strength. iuu.li next Friday night Bam.i
Ann H<*!, formerly skipper, meets Adelphi and Queen's Col-
raturnnd to their ranks after a log,, will pla> Y.W.P.C.
long absence. Ami was in food The bensatioiul tat
form and it would appear ns night wan Wio iU.nl.kv m ihe
though the new spec-lade* which V.W.P.C Y.W.C.A in;.'.
:ih* wore for ihe linst time in the Hoad and Reneo Oloun.-
.ompoUuon were of great m-emed YWPC The>
namtanee. She smashed from oil defeated Welding piigmi. and
angles and her flicks especially j(>%ce Jones who MM*
wan excellent. y W.CA,
The draw favoured the It wag noticeable that
Bnkh's Road team but still bcr of service* were foully. The
YW.C A. should faave giv -n a g,r] musl practice serving tho
better performance. Even .skipper i^n lo ,ne ,^1 half of
Joyce Jones, who met Jean ,f th. gumce are to be continued
Humphrey U the first set, did wiohoul nuiwrni. ,m. l
not appear al ease. ( the nrt game tho n.,kk
Lenville Knocked Out Hoad double pair did not got into
Adelphi knocked out Lenville iheir stride. In the latter stage*
ataiJ-h jymg the_flrs; set forfeited* <>f this '"'_they gotLa*l5u,*0f"*fl_
HATCH
each other's niosjianasjas aad
VWC A
Ma* easjasl astd Mia* Ueusabaau
t ;
lA-nu'iful.^ -uout the
V W.C.A

tnaau'b L.
ri#d hor oppom-:.

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When ii lea MS started
Ji..n Hui
W.CA.
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( which brought
Y.W.P-C
qdjfBJ .i
17. 21 IS .nut il U '

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Advocate of M... is
li.H.l/.IN I \|
1Who was Uie lather 01 U19
saph?
I atswata
10What H Uie tourtti l-ook of tin-
New Testament?
H 1'iopnatic icene ol Uie great
i.-ttl* at tne end ol the worlo
I 16Oil. comb. form.
17FisJi net.
KLairs.
ISTit lei of aouie-v
SOI-oaUiars.
I 72One of the plgre< whee the
Loro prophesied aceai paan
\ 23 Residence.
24-Imitate.
"(real operatic tenoi.
[ IflOn.> of David 1
.3 The turmeric
24- Uepsrt
2_ Tropical rodcnU
17-Propagate
afJewel
40L'.iil Krapina toul
4!-Who wa* 'nlled .'HI I
Cl.. ,t
42Rum
43- i'ecuiiar
44- llatardet
45- Days in the week.
4- Hreflx 1
47 Puiriulu SOCK
4S Languid.
50B> what riyai Ol ti.Hl
63Auditor* otgan.
M n'
bS- Ma.culmt nuKname
87-Who wuhr in- l
token iii.'ii in'
bllit.v In th. roi'viction of
Jesus?
8> Crippled
3-Fertile e-ri*,
15Tint.
T> Neceasari elements,
69Serf
70Seul(il.n.-d s.D
71 location.
ve'KltiAl.
1-WU.p
-Extern
3Oive forUi.
*Country nad.
ft-Note in the wale.
c Annex
7March date
8 Pertaining to found.
STraupei
^Efi2U#k *""' *""
1 l-Mcdlies
12One in Asia turned
Paul
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loafesj
21-Watering olace
Ju
3'- Mouinful
-an independent unmn
8P.1rl.-nt
Weird
jy Don.iea
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, ih vi grandmotha
j-Wintf.
OT \n^\" Il
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FOR CHILDREN
Il.C. \\ins Again
At liaskt'ttHill
B. I AIAIN AI.LtVM >
,n eh '..i, ova
- in the first match of the
U season. Harrison Col-
h. in tmoii comptet* master.
Inexperienced Moder;:
on Friday nigh!
defeated them 43IS
1 tha College DOT*
.an predict with
' thaj v\ 111 he in
hich pi...
v m r c
n Last season YMPC
'id the edge, but from the game
iiht when Carlton beat
11. It seems that there
i' not much to chottfc I <
I at
-
laM game
. m ick tai
I '
. M
School bill "
tint m Ifca bdsjc-
omewhat uu-
ntll H sat 1
. Ifflf Up
1
New MILS. Team
who .onair.uu.
team in.it Rained prnmu
J n last >ear. havr left school and
!he k was Hi inking that .'
v.ouki not be a run over for Col-
, M 1 were Jun
in .1* ihe College boys and di.i
.. 1 ihi-n- 'il.tiling space or
- hntiei- to takes comforlubl
\nd on the olh.
. were getting away welt
. nh the hall and making attempt-
th. ( nllege nets
PI was the troubleat-
' inpts! The Modern boys la. -
dnft are Inaccui-
, sj)d thl-- hi 'heir chief set ii.nl.
College would not have
I iten l hmi b] so ISMS a margin
l -v about it was not like
CoUas* I (iibson's way. say. Oib-
snn !s swift, piercing and has .1
|mb and a Mrl of the fing..
1 om fails lo get the ball
,;,! .1- Olbaon la Ihe best
., Us speed make
n dime 1.11 1" intercept.
i, the 1 quaitaf saooani pui
up a goo.1 showing nnd kejit Col-
neek to the mare land
.' -fl. Bui utter this they Uiraw
'he i-ombination which had been
-,. halpful to them in Ihe flrat
n,| in this way
1 ,t.-d and College'n
t began to show up K
against tbix dropping
, lanVi way of playing
and then evident lack of confl-
l.'rli .itl.ui
Aulni who score.!
IS Ai the season gets
i.iti holding their
. fair way, but tin- mil.
mini thin* is that with this
D business. It may be a
-
In the other match <"> Friday
! ...i.k had everything
own way against For-
. 1 Led Iheoi 40 21- in
.*. t iMm im*. Uer* is a
m i'l iytr, for I'lckwi.k. Mrs.
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MAY 11
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SUNDAY ADVOCATE
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Ot ! Nolfcaroilplit>.f my H<.
IS ! fill rrlain'lirir
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CUTI
I/..- WorlfgMo* rfar VaU PIU
I'm
all for
Eno's
If you're out of sorts, lake a glass of ENO'S Fruit Salt in
the morning. ENO'S will keep you regularfor it is i gentle
laxative and mild antacid, good for the liver and settling to the
stomach. Ihus ENO'S Fruit Salt clears away impurities
thai make you feel dull and heavy. Take your Fruit Sail io
the morning, every morning.
Eno's
Fruit Salt'
ATh"?. specially rhcommf.sdkd
- ... IMIQIILAI ACTION.
SICK HKAlMi lit. IJVEUSHNKSS.
UOLSMSS, HkAlniuiLN, Mi
. Ihimmii"
."(.( In t-<-ttUt fmt
Uting /fmAmm.
" .- tmuUtU h* Mmm
KLIM*
recommended
for infint fading
KLIM is ideal for infant feedingIt's always
pure, safe and uniformly nourishing. KLIM sup-
plies the important food essentials needed for
bjhies to grow strong and healthy. And KLIM is
MMlUl > Above all. Kl IM is dtptndablt. It's not surpris-
ing that su many Mothers prefer itl
1. KLIM Is pure, sofa milk
2. KLIM keeps without refrigeration
3. KLIM quality is always uniform
4. KLIM Is MM for growing children
5. KLIM adds nourishment to cooked dishts
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' KLIM'S IECOMMCNDI0 FOR INFANT FIIOINOI
KLIM Is sat* in the specially-packed tin
8. KLIM is produced under strictest control
and you have pure, safe milk -,-^^Lte.
KLIM::;; milk
ruiT in riiritiNci thi woiid ovip
By PENNY NOLAN
If you wish to make a bath'ng
tult using last week's bra founda-
tion for the to,->. the panty foun-
dation described UUa week will
be suitable tor the underpants
Add a circular or semi-circular
short skirt and viu have a pretty
and comfortable bath tult.
The panty draft t*n be made
from the top part cf your basic
skirt draft. If you haven't drafted
basic skirt you may dufi a bip
section for the panty draft as
follows: Measure your waist and
divide the measure by ffcuY Add
one inch for dart to the result.
From the lop left hand corner ut
the paper measure down three-
fourths of an inch and make
point A. From A measure to-
ward the right in a slight curve
the quarter waist measure plus
the dart nllowance to touch the
top of the paper making point B
Locate the dart three Inches from
A on the curved line.
From A measure down the leit
V> hut's C>okin
In The Kitchn:
Have
is an easy
t-nd il tUx.. make a change.
rumen pabtv fob flairs
AND CREAM 1*1 N-
Flour 2 oz.
1 gill cold water ot milk
i butaar
2 Egg yolks.
PlQCa of salt.
Put the butter the
salt into . small -aiicrpan Whe
It boils sift in Hour. Aiwa)
aturing kT|i
the fire until UV mixture wl
come off tho side* . pan. Remove saucepan (
then add tha eg]
limi' .nul ||M egg WblMt,
enci time you add the yolks
the whilt*. Let tb
If you want to make cream buna,
shape the mixture Into I
bake in moderate oven for about
I hour When baked let the bun;
cool then slit the side and ftl
with whipped cream flavoured
with vanilla. If you war,'
eclairs Instead of wntci put milk
In the pastry. When It*
la cool force It nut of a forcing
bag or icing syringe on to a but-
tered greaseproof paper in 6 Inch
long lingers. Bake for 30 minute*
DM) m thorn cool. When cold
nuke a slit on each side and 1111
with whipped cream < sweetened >
or chocolate cream. Ice svttb. *"f-
fue or chocolate icing.
Another recipe ( mel. It is very ea.y mm
a nice sweet to offer on]
friends on these very t
BO)
SUNDAY, MAY 11, IKS
T TO BEAUTY
A to B Vt waist.
A to 0 OVV'
0 to D 1/4 Up
D to E 8"
C to P By,"
f to o ay,"
0 toH l'/t"
h to 1 y("
1 to J IW'
o to k iyf"
hand edge of the paper fix and a
1 larter inches and make point-C.
Square a line from C humi-nir-
ime-fourth your hip measure to
make point D. Connect D to B
Place point of dart three and one
half inches from C on C D line
Cut thla hip foundation out and
pin in the dart. Trace Trace on a
larger sheet of paper. Continue
the C D line down eight inrhes
more to make point E. Continue
the A C line down eight and one
half Inches to make point F. Con-
nect F to E with a slight curve.
From F measure up toward C
three and one half inches and
make point (J. Mark one and one
half Inches on one leg of ycur
square and place that mark on U
with the square pointing toward
the left and tho other leg on F.
make H at the square corner. Con-
tinue G H line four and one half
inches to make I From 1 square
down a line one and one half
inches to make J. Connect J to
F with a slight curve. From G
moaaure up one and one hull
I Inch** md n>nk K. Conntri .11
to K with a slight curve to round
off the corner. ,
Add seams all around.
The same pattern is used Air
both the frcnt and back. Cut the
centre front and centre back
seams on the bias. You may make
two c- pies of the foundation and
putting them together at the side
seams cut panties without side
seams having only the centre front
and centre bock and crotch
seams to sew.
For briefs shorten the side
seams but rarely does the .crotch
need shortening.
You may run elastic thoutli
a casing In the bottom of the legs
By DOROTHY HAKKLIV
Do you ever feel you want ex-
pert .clvi.c on poui ->wn personal
opBtttf proWoBM but A
.t? It is all very
"11. rou think, for those in town
- with mou v it one of the
lOU bOSMlty pal i<- I- : 1 i
its iwrellel in uny capi-
tal. But how cun those not in
rai na] BdvlN ad
* they want?
Now, through the Beauty Club
. many women
..tig the kind of per-
sonal advin- d wiih-
reclpe is for 1 or 4 people, out leaving thou own homesfoi
i eup of sug.ir with hall f r the exchange
(HI AM t'ARAMKL
1 cup sugar
!cup water
Eggs
2 cups of milk
1 teasjpoonful Vanilla
essence.
Th
in
cup water. By burning I do not ,,f i(iu-.ii-ns and answers between
mean to burn it as much as if tl , ,,m| ,(>.
you were making colouring, As membors 1= carried on by post.
toon u the sugar has become n
nice golden colour pour in a 01 ion, from UM age of
at a time into the tins or KM li 1 1 VOnta OftD, without
you want to use for the cream t-T- spending .. great deal of money,
amel. Tip it very quiekly until it leuk BtUacttvo; for attiactivu
-v^-.-,s ula boooBi nd tha i ..... h* made, not born.Thh
of,,hc. Urut- pw,r ^ 2 '" "f U U o baltof of tha I under of tho
milk Into a saucepan add the ciub> m. Phyllis Digby Morton,
(> P! Hnd lel ,l JJ**: wife of the London dress designer,
;!: and heraeli an authority on
beauty. And It Is proving
warm; mind it does not
Boat the eggs and stir Via milk
and sugar Into them. M3x well
by beating the mixture again and
pour into the tins or moulds.
Place the tins into pyrex dishes
filled with water and let them
bake in a moderate oven un'il
the cream caramel looks firm.
Let the tins get cold, then put
Into frlgidaire and let it get real-
ly cold. Turn into dish before
serving.
If you like you can sprinkle
Ihe cream caramel watt minced
roasted almonds or nuts.
Recipes
simulating thought to women In-
tent o\\ improving their appear-
ady in the few months
undir.tf. the club men-
1 aatad the flve-
hiiiidred mark.
membort loam through
the dub' On j Uung, they till n
id" and
Bend this with a photograph to
' rton.
Mm Morton then sends back
of their
. together with a
ption" advising conec-
1 taken. As an indtpen-
.1 position
on the
ight Chi" '.1 us .mil
Readers of the Barbados
Advocate are asked to send in
recipe* for publication. Tliese
recipes will bo published over a ;i,,'"l,R'n' n'l doe "oI "<
tsartod of one month after win.-h merely because tho
ltn.c a poll will be held an* i- "*' - wrtl-knttsm.
trlbutors will be asked to deride
the best recipe of the month.
The winner will be awarded a
pri^e. Each entry must bo oceom-
both announced a 10% reduCkm
to members. And the advantage
of even a single salon treatment
1:" that the correct method learned
there from expert fingers can be
remembered always.
Already planned are once-a-
week evening meetings at the
London centre. Members will
advice from a woman
chiropodist on the prevention or
cure of 'housewives' feet"; from
n corsetier. on why this corset
dOM that to the figure; and from
a tailor, on "lines" suitable for
different figure types.
Mrs. Morton Is hoping to start There is eyewear for every
local branches up and down the occasion, for office, for sport, for
e untry and to employ travelling glamour. But a problem arises
lecturers who will talk on topical new. If. as a spectacle wearer.
subject?. you are limited to one pair.
And nil this for a very reasona- would you choose a pair for office,
ble annual subscription. for sport or for glamour.
The Club is still 111 its infancy.
But It has already received
enquiries from abroad. For It is
a universal fact that stimulation
of self-interestthrough a club
such as thisis the vital first step
towards Improving looks and
appearance.
Remember that, while somo
women are born attractive, other*
can also acquire attractiveness.
The Kyes Have It
*' ,-..., :. rl.is'O-
but eyewear"; for that is the
new terminology. Opticians have
now turned a professional eye
towards the problems of women
there ore eleven million of
them in Great Britainwho wear
"spectacles". And they set out to
prove in a display at a fashiona-
ble Mayfair restaurant that "spec-
tacles'' can be an asset to beauty,
not a liability.
Here are a few of their tips foi
"spectacles'' without tears. Eye-
wear must be keyed In colour to
eyes, to make-up, to hair, to
hats. So it can be any colour, any
shape and Is often "Jcwel"-
studded. (see illustrations.) Eye
make-up must be dramatic, with
more-than-usual mascara and
eye-shadow. "Forelocks" should
be tinted to tone in with the
"spectacles." And diamante studs
on "spectacles" must be repeated
on your dress.
Wedding
Etiquette
A Curse On
Our Daily
Bread
My VBVtUM SUIl l.t.R,
Heart di*ce remains the
greatest killer in every civilized
country. In every civilized coun-
try because enough emphasis has
never been placed upon the alarm-
ing Increase in heart disease co-
incident with the discarding by
the millers. MO*) thirty years ago,
of Vitamin E in processing flour.
Housewives hive mitakenly ac-
cepted the Idea that flour must be
white to attain purity. The Insane
thought has taken hold that brend
must be white, and rice must alto
be white, in order to reach per-
fection and wholesomeness In diet.
Surely this point is proven by
tho fact that In undeveloped
countries throughout the world.
where the native population eats
whole grain only, the incidence- of
heart disease is Infinitesimal. Thin
in the so-called civilized countries
every man, woman and child is
to some extent deficient In Vita-
min E. As this vital factor hi
grasped by doctors and the.r
parents, more and more individn-
!.,]< its Importance, and
until this fraction is put back Into
Dur daily bread we mu't resort tc
isolated Vitamin E (alpha toco-
pheroll in combatting by a natural
method the widespread hold that
eardio-vascular-renal diseases ex-
ercise on Its victims of the lily-
white-for-purlty*/ad.
A recent visit to Canada served
to Impress in an indelible manner
what one saw and heard. Dr.
Evan Shute. of The Shute Founda-
tion for Medical Research, again
produced unassailable evidence
portraying numerou* patients dur-
ing the course of treatment. On
the other hand. Dr. Shute and his
associates were given n first hand
account of the phenominnl success
of Vitamin E in Great Britain
where every month it ii more
widely prescribed under the Na-
tional Health Service.
m.mnm.H
."ton has already
arranged many postal beauty
causes. Beef) aapoei
ear* and make-
i -tyling. figure
ind dress
senje, (two aspects of beauty too
: Eflt
1. and all
post.il 01 iro worked out to
or shin them with several rows meet the Individual needs from
Of elastic thread. In usinu olaatM the pom rial beauty club record,
thread wind il loosely on the bob- The membership card Is becom-
bln. It wears better if used ing lo charm. For
double. Use a loose tension and London beauty specialists ore
be sure to tie off the ends offering conmalont to members,
securely. a hairstylist and a salon have
TWELVE
RODS
panted by the following coupon.
TO: THE WOMEN'S EDITOR.
ADVOCATE.
NAMK
ADDKESS
RECIPE NAME:
v T. O. HAM
TWELVE in.l.l rod* Of the
* *m* length en or ntied
unnncr to form (as In UM
oiikLframi s lieiofon and tie
diMonali Eaob rod la lo be
coloured red, while or re*ii
lid tliry are U> be *o mtrd
together thai firh of UM nil
triBiiKiw which the hemaun
cmpri'is ! to haw one red
:a* one green one. and one
MM (nan* ti.isgan* can be
MmoucKd In this srav trhleh
sro dottnsulihabU Irem en*
anothaf T
The names of divorced parents
should not appear together on an
Invitation, but It Is perfectly
permissible for a bride to be
givm In marriage by her
divorced father if she so desire.
even though her mother, with
whom she lives, has married
again.
The Invitations should be
Issued by the mother only, but
the nvepticn cards should be In
the name of the mother and her
second husband, since ho will
act as host for the reception.
The bride's father < under these
circumstances) retires by a side
aisle to a rear pew, after giving
her In marriage at the altar.
If the bride Is not close to her
own ftithar however, she may bo
!lven In marriage by her step-
athcr or by an uncle. Invita-
tions or announcements may be
sent in both the mother's and
stepfather's name if the step-
father is to sponsor the bride
through her entire wedding.
The invitations m-y even read
"Request the honour to your
presence at the marriage of their
daughter." if the bride's own
father Is out of tho picture. If
the bride-to-be lives with her
father, he should sponsor her
mamaci. The mother may or
may rr.it attend the wedding.
In the U.S.A. there are scores
of brands of Vitamin E, manufac-
tured from the same type of con-
centrates as ued in England, for
instance. Most of them, however,
consist of mixed tocophcrols, and
since it is the alpha factor alone
that counts in fixing; the high
dosage so essential for the success-
ful treatment of cardio-v&scular-
renal diseases, it follows that tho
vast majority of patients submit-
ted to these brands containing an
inadequacy of the alpha factor
rarely respond. Heroin lies tho
rea*on for some practitioners hav-
ing recourse to the statement "I
have not met with much succaia
Ote to." It run therefore bo
I granted that the Vitamin
E position in America will con-
tinue to be confused until Wash-
ington sees fit to follow Canada's
example by Introducing a regula-
tion whereby every brand of "S
must be labelled in terms of in-
ternational units.
Vitamin E. the anti-sterility
vitamin, was originally prescribed
In obstetrical cases alone, but In
mas'ive doses it has been found
successful in the treatment of
heart, kidneys, diabetes, liuerger's
disease, all grouped under the
head of cardlo-vascular-ren.il
diseases in modern practice.
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rooU and corrects
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SUNDAY, MAY 11, 1152
SCNDA. Al VOC ATI
PAGF. MS 1 N
DE MILLE DISSOLVES COMTVN.
NOT qliitim;
CONWAY
IN AMY LIST of hOBdom'*
10 most intelligent sUr<
actresses, American born
CONSTANCE CIJssTMTJIOK
of
Yet M^ssCom
:n TiflH hunt
had a theatre
M for R
months.
BBNN I JEW
htr husband
m
major drama-
tlsta Arnonpt
h!s serv.res :
the theatre
luu been the
mtituc orpro-
duc.ng somc-
ignsa bothof play* ui wu
U.ss Cumm:ngs could all.a*.
But the iail play lie turn lo
Tyassi, fai->d uiiucaci Mai.., :
thuugut. Tina week Mr. Levy
MWUttai his new coineuy,
Cupid aud Psyche: his wile r_
H boms, -mi jobless.
liniiaU, ine woman star is
PEGQY lUMMIM-a nearly
the umc spelliiiih entirely diflur-
snl personality. Mi. Levy the
husband wants lo see Constance
lummmfc acting again. iStnn
U-vy (fab playwright refuses lo
"If "I'M artistically by m-
wnlmg a part (or kstj whi.'ii thi
play doesn't require.
lie 1* quite right, of course
a pity ... We are not
SO rich in actresses combining
beauty with intelligence that
Miss Cummings can safely be
left at home for another season.
If thui star's husband cannot
think up a suitable pan RaT he>
won't some rival dramatist come
to the rescue?
PaciAc Profits
Cupid and Psyche is being
presented in London by
(JbCAH HAMMKHS1EJN and
RICHARD ROGERS -with some
of the sterling they have earned,
are -till earning, at Drury Lane.
That is a useful way to spend
I ii i i r South Pacific pocket-
money. If the play Is a success
and goes to Broadway, Messrs.
H. and R. will send the dollar
profits back to England I call thai
even more useful.
In the cast with the g-less
ML"S Cummins HUGH SIN-
CLAIR. RONALD WARD and
ALEXANDER KNOX.
It is only just that Canadian-
born Mr. Knox should be in-
cluded. He was given a thor-
oughly obnoxious r.Me in Mr.
Levy's last play; set about It so
loyally and well that audiences
the few who camecordially
loathed him. When Return To
Tynssl flopped. Mr. Knox
promptly relumed To America,
where audiences have loved him
for years.
Depl. of Tact
show Question of the
week: What did IM>NALU
HdLFir. possibly our finest
Km:: Lear think of those Old
Vic notices?
It was hist before Lear went
Into reheaml that Mr. Wolflt
with hit* wife. ROSALIND IDEN
MISS CUMMINGS
LEAVES IT TO
MISS CUMMINS
Ta-aicbt's tint a.tfcl
Jimmy Jewel. Simon,
Dolphin. Ben War run In
the Latin Quarter revue
txcltement. which ope**
to-night
rr.ai NKWfXI. IUMMCKK ** -I
NkU lOBft. M.
CacH U ue Mil.-. -sk> nu I
furtuiii ul oi s>
acton that they are ZXJC
aaujsr going to make .. ri..;.o <>f
out oi
l dissolved '
WUU Frouuetioos It
Mual .ieinb.i> <*t
lanuty 'were the directors.
"*** w" ho tf*,llc* eocmbe: The Ten Conuruuad-
to make pietura* lor rram. Ihn^HW^'K-. .JS.' b-JK* reco, THI OKIKNTAL STORK r
said "Corporate Lncoma lav Surtl United have receive.!
i profit taxes, fut.ehiae t***ss ,)(. tollowed this with "The Instlan Carsfo of Tortotsestrrtl and
and other taxes didst Kin* ol Kin*** etill bein* h<-w Boxes mid
-" what . XurcSTlSI recently theW'"nd.fWV.p" TaWes Tr,
. .liier. The
i sous balha
' must' in
rsonse, eves* during
m He built hi. Urn
ila stories when
quo. If you are old
i .ii-nii.
Man A60u7Zi0n
.
m
.

LHOPP1
gain, the fanlastiv
Rent-1 'UAH SALE with bargain,
a nosing off soon CROCKERA
epuon or Pai 1
j " n ,1. Art S.,k suxk-
.2 for 1 Rubber Swim Hut:
at a remarkably km for SI Sevarsl hundred Wal-
phone eall lo Mr. Latiilvy. t23 l'bi " 51 eaih i- .
rlU wive your probU1.
nrf urelj'. A ajoosl kfe
. jeaen-e rota requimneiua
Hollywood for thU mil useful
be in great dcuaaul.

other
i Muaji 11 astaJ ua .
the ixMnpeiu m oriMni
tm
BM
The Happy Time, has belied iU
title at the box-ofnec.
it; not enougli othi
did.;
.d" Not -I all How louid he.' ihaii-h-
hart he Uir man who started Ihe "^T,
pUcc back in 1913 Uvxuae I
loo muett ,i FlajaMafT
"Sign-
-wflsit uui. wt .1 u. Old Vi<
(rnpaay aJsagetaer, with pomp,
rlrrumatanee aad llourlsh.
ThU week he was i.innu ^n
Edgar Wallace whodunit, in-
stead of actlnc Hhakeapeare. And
1 would need to be a mind-
reader to axunrer jny openbit
uuobUon: Wohii. If and when br
can hn the soul of Lot
twuieinciM ? lnii-n-i
"It baa cost C.l)tlur
murmured the Impn
TOM ARNOLD ami LM1LI1
LITTLER watching (hi tnv.l
company of li>0 tile out of the
Casloo stage door this morning.
They were off for a few hOUrt
rest before curtain-rise.
"Cathl urns of scenery, with
a saaol brldae to Umer beauUful
snodels ever the aadienee." con
ilued the Desigiur-
"Five handrad cosium- mm
and a half 1IH spaiur.le<>."
chimed in the Wardrobe Mis-
tress.
"Of course, there are easier
way* to earn a Mvw." said the
Producer ROBERT NESIilTT.
whose 35th revue It la. "I should
hate to try My af them." lie
added honestly leaving frr
lunch and -lecp after 40 houri
nearly non-stop in the theatrr
And, after all the preparation
and the cost, what will the
Customers say la a few houiV
time, when Excitement the 4th
Latin Quarter Revue makes
its premiere bow* They wfll
merely say if they think the
show is funny enough.
Awkward customers. ihew
ilrst-night audiences; but quite
righl. That is why. this Unw,
the Iwo funnie*t men in Ihe
businessJIMMY JEWEL and
BEN WARRISS have been
brought in to go with the one
and a half million spangles. Ami
to help out the Nudes.
pasfsjaai Asiaaaj
H. { pped at nagstaff. at the
_ .. time just a cow pasture, rentci
To me raaoua Ihough n tar a stuoio and man
unlil April 3 Coneg rwaj nwu- T!l Suunw Man' lo. 15J4
uger. Sub Tenant HENRY dollars (CB444)
SHKhEK Ha u.;i rropan Uw Todaj B paaltfKi i..ter I
St. James's with auotlH-i Aman- (j, JUfcl ni-(W Tho 0;<..[t>, snfc,
can play GUI Earth" for 4.000.0W d||,,
Wlubr JuunM-y. ICI.43a.0aO). I,. Utwaon hla ate
This is the drama abtui a run- ium havi s
to-seed stage lUr and Iun de- i-oo .iolu>r< i4!2;i
voted wife. Mil MAIL RED
ORAVK. OOOGIK WlTllaMUi eosBl
.uui New York actor nrossueer -(is than ottici -i t*f.
SAM WANAMAKER have been HAS tradi
- iting the provinces with His trade-marl
So long as London |oin
exrtlenn'nl. the OUVWI
US take then A
holiitny nevt month
worry big
I'liurriislomed . .
BaJIrt Is llw dumb art: bill
I hope Dajaja NINETTE
DE VAJLOI8 has heard how -I
year-old BERYL C.REY spoke
up and did Sndler's Wells (redit
the other day
Mass Grey waa by far the
yaunceat. aad certainly the eawl
anpraetised speaker at a Critics
Said de Mil

the secret of a aun aaaftil
l^aaj; bos
"u voraus
' Everything Hee Is just
nga**
' with Holl.vw.Mxi' Said
! |
Had 50 -cam of
1 founded,
1912 with
J*m U Lal>.
,f.i Samuel Ootdwyn, a glovi
Bi lessaani.
' --ig man?
H. :. .i's what'.
next. And Hcillvuood is 1-ttin.
ihat in d. Mill. ^ aiiper-coloasiil
Tiojan war Helen will have |
lUBtt -t olonal bath.
mtlu
. habit'
INTELLIGENCE TEST SDlOTIOh
Cirele lunch where far |aa
m.iuj uorda were saokia,
Yet it waa the atrl Ireaa
t'ovenl Garden, almost sula4n-
wllh nervousnea* at Ih-t. who
u armed so sincerely lo her *w0-
iert that she emersicl the orator-
ical vletar. The \alts tralnlnx
>( Ihe hi-d J* well ..% (In- loe -
WORLD COPYRIGHT
RESKRVED
lit fl
I 2 s c a. e
i red a and s unii
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1
'
i J (sayi
i-n whtu. six
i ir&l i
i wbiu
Tab*
On. iit.il i laflaatanahjii |
bSd into the iruigie U the li.i-
greo work of ladie-' Velvet Bai
and Hraceleu. of Ivor) CaUctn
*-la and Agaibatl.e-
tbununi treol tth k- and K i
n.u- Wool Carpeta bnruj the
uiUi Iba laland of
Barbadoa- present it to >xu'
I TO, are
bing lik. itno, you ha'
i >uh the; dnnrway first
. d Iota more
Ite GR.tSSl
arhare, every meal i> an evept.
every evening an occasion, every
passing me merit unf' Iduig DkagK
i f drean:' In a wsirld of laLuids
nd ultra-marine and sapphire
And ol.i gold "nus
ship of the French Lini-
ng regular twelve-day cruises
u*: could thrill
:han to book with R M Jones
.V Co Ltd. ili 3814 in tune far
tartlng Jon.- iJih
i ih! not the k ui f th*
' att*! I n.l ia Ihe low coat.
HOUSEHOLD STORK WHERE
IKHE-S NfcARLY EVERY-
[TNO ,(, COULD "IHINK OF.
rhh sswndraaa Basssstraon pi
Mid i>t Fnanieb Vainishoa and
Ian know that It pays to
leap ihinip. pAunTi-d anlj ti >o<,
we ton quality rnatetlals Look
i i-fl si an C rd it\ aol
I'vervlhinn >ou BOUkJ Ktb BM oj
In lighten and I
i ix-mi. iiisaagev*
Loading Hardware flora have i
il.t yotl
ad itoehad
rtth
i l.st V
i Wetl here it If at K It
\.t. | CO LTD on Lowei
Hroad St. In nil thing] Bach
.ii Garden Furuiture and OUtcc
1 iiniluie. in Clocks and M
and Jewellery, too, K R HdNTK
| .> I.TH I ... i led a new
store with now flock and It's for
j .hi to walk rbihl In and look and
...imtre ami If you feel Ilk* It
s PITCHER 4. CO..... ,i,
I in dafl) lhcra*aed
..I new lerlih i
LKjUlNUHE. .. lughlj con
and fully lMtlance.1
. inure lor geneiMi u-.-
leti And u *
roUaga F\ill .trwuah for tie*-.
iiba; masHura
td bord* i plant.
i bt t] dittlnsol
Bo ihon "-'
k from Pit hei i
iiil.Ks OARAOK AND Hll.l
I kW I ...... I m to tell |
rlan i d
iv. when he iim
eiibeiiaving eyca that gee. ol I
Itv new MILI.MAN
- \ 111 qunrtz blue and i-
gett- I.. Icier. Slukly ehrona-d and ,
and weal.
i a formal in
maiden/form's
Ind
1 1472 and wnteh yotif gspleti grow
.hen by jioga.
rtnxtled It's the most beautiful
e f tliasn ill. I eerily U-lievr And
i is Ihe engine Ihat
Mrs. Clarke's Column
SuVRIOL'S LOVKR write-*., "U| *] I"11 d*t "ol know if be o> much i low*, Y.i U 1 ever talk
ooy friend went to Aiu. artoua, l'h-a.e help irn i MlOWi he get* so
months ago, and has not wnlteu 'I ""'"'a BOain to me, my dMMW
me since Xnaa, aHhmisii I ham that you do not know your own Wi en 1 cxpli
written U) him several times. I mind as yet. Obviously the jeal- oUv stnasj M I
have heard tl... I'm oua boyfriend wanU to have lot- Pmgaj tell ara what bj
llirtiiig with otbtt Mlowi wiii.h of lun and variety himself and do.
is not true. Ihmilll 1 arrilg tfaill will not allow you the same. U) daor, svhan ban pOOpes. aw
or wait until be raharni next Really, I advise you not to be too in lovg and bVaU Mcddhi tot .,
June?" with anyone of them Just long .is you (no ba*l
[Bt. You are quite young and pel (aalouaji do real then
ave plenty of Um to look around uglj iiearia. Rava j he-it to heart
make it clear that you are not you and make your own drcls- talk with this boy of yours. Ex-
carrying on a llirtalion while he is ions in due course. pi .m that even WOUgb rOU hW<
away. Perhaps the. u Uie reason _..-__ ,, .... v m brula you must have > tr-
lor his sUence, .Kowevar. my To LEE, (St. Michael., >.... *..l ta-l smkv i iwe of *wir own
dear, do not cheapen :" he mo I UCituI IfdsMd "' s., long *.-. ... ,
throwing yourself si him. Re- thi* matter as you could cuac faithful |o hi
member that men don't like, or rather a rift between your bus- ivnv you should not have good
pretend they don't anyway. l>J,ul -nd youraau. Example, my frianda imund imd about. Again,
women who chase them. dear, is the beat method of get- ,, li:i. )hf. ,. ,(,^ pn-ngement.
ting raaulf.. Get him to read to lm. ri(l, u,_,(| f(ll llner of vou.
CJ.H. writes, "My boyfriend is you aloud sometimes Itecome ,n- Aren't you thinking of getting
a Junlous man and makes ;> big icresled in itrummar etc. youi -wlf ni;il,
noise if I go out with any other and if he sees you reading and &-((1 flil ,I<||(| ,,, ,,., ,.,, hMw
boy. Yet he goo out with other i-oneentraling on It. it may well lf ,,. ||(. M..,j] ,,, ,,.|K ,n |,)V(.'
girls and seems to think I should arouse his interest,
bad Christmas ^ p|cased aoout ,t. Anotlier boy- ROSAI.YN C. write*. '1 and
ion. now the American play friend of mine In Curacao write*, my boyfriend are going stead)
senl over to hold the fort, IO ^ regularly and says he loves for 1? months and we are very
To the Rescue
a Sir LAURENCE OUVUH
^t acts on liroadway, as he
acted In Hollywood, to make
money for his pet project. That
is running a West End theatre -
Ihe one Sir GEORGE ALEXAN-
DER used to run. But while the
dollars accumulate, Olivier's St.
Jamc's Theatre is closed thu,
monthwhich muat be an ex-
pensive shock for the absent Im-
presario.
It had
being i
II you itio need adtrice writ*
lo Mrs. Clarke. the Edll'-r.
th* Advocate.
Mi 100 miles earl.
d. ya from London to Capetown
jVhal Mi : tun ro i"W --.
;. i>uy"
a Aiii.Ai" is pood pri iw en
i.ilLdly lncre.islng sale* "of
i ^fcwiiically graaas
flapped Home Cured Bse-n and
Huns. You must really sue the
ADVOCATE STATIONERY ..
home and u home from home for
Books, In Broad Street and in llieir
Village Shop in Ilnliuoi.il Gap It's
Boohs galore! ihe Phakkm Ediuon
i Francfa lmprcsslunisla in full
.... I : . I i .
ind Childrasi'i iw-4-.. And vartoty of cuta at their counter Jo
Office SUUonery and SinnHic* ti'oer-l li.irdw.ne supp
U ludUuj ('arum Papar, Indexes i'-':8> Prices are best in town
Streakx Bacon
a r\UKER VI. A huge l 13: Hack Bacon $1.20: Shoulder
.nl ol staokf I UA. Hums 91. IU; Leg/1.30. No narking
r i. kmg now and iheiCs no doubt, problem nan ellnei Bs
h.ti.ei it is rou want, >.m*il i'">d Products grt deserving a
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101 I.....
SIM1VV AllldlAII
SlINDAV, M\V 11. 1S52
i.---------1----------------------f--i
Sunday. May 11, 1952
iii.i.r iuisi:ii
SELF-IIKU' bousing in Ihc Caribbean
is now official 1 by most gov-
ernments in the area as the only practical
method of building large numbers of rural
houses.
In Puerto Rico experiments in aided
self-help have been so successful that
houses. 272 square feet in area, containing
ofM living room, two bedrooms, porch and
kitchen are today being constructed for
the equivalent of $550 B.W.I.
In Barbados on the other hand chattel
houses 18 x 9 feet are estimated to cost
$600 each to build.
The recent visit to Barbados of two
Americans loaned to the Caribbean Com-
mission under the Point 4 Technical Aid
Programme provides this island with an
opportunity fur self-examination.
Is Barbados doing as much as it can to
encourage self-aided housing Is it pre-
pared to learn anything from the experi-
ence of Puerto Rico or even from Antigua
and Jamaica where local governments are
actively encouraging self-aid housing?
The visit of Mr. Lashley of the Barbados
Housing Board to Antigua. Puerto Rico
and Jamaica at the expense of the Gov-
ernment of Barbados would suggest that
Barbados is in fact very eager to learn
from first hand about neighbouring terri-
tories' experience.
But the visit of Mr. Lashley to Antigua.
Puerto Rico and Jamaica and the visit of
the two American self-help housim:
experts to Barbados will make little im-
pression on Barbados' housing problem or
needs unless there is widespread recogni-
tion and understanding of what those
problems are.
There is a tendency for Barbadians to
regard housing with a mixture of com-
placency and fatalism. "What can be done
is being done, and nobody could do much
more" could, not unfairly, be quoted as
typical of the mentality of those who are
responsible for housing programmes in the
island.
The justification for this smugness and
fatalism cannot easily be discovered. In
recent years housing has been engaging
the attention of the government of Barba-
dos. In 1948. thirty-eight houses were
built at the Pine Housing Estate.
In 1950 forty houses were added to that
mUU and in lft&l a loUal of 54 housea were
completed at the Pine and Bay Estates and
50 houses were being constructed at the
Bay Estate. Over a four-year period less
than 200 houses were built by the Govern-
ment and the costs of those houses were
between four and five and six times the
cost of houses being built by aided self-
help methods in Puerto Rico.
In addition to building new houses the
Government of Barbados during this
period and beginning in 1946 removed 68
houses from slum areas to Bellleld Hous-
ing Estate: 14 to the Pine Estate: and 351
to the Bay Estate.
Besides the building of new houses and
removal of houses from slum and con-
demned areas the Government Peasants'
Loan Bank has issued loans to between
three and four thousand peasants for re-
p.ms to houses.
In a small island like Barbados the gov-
ernment's attitude to housing based on
this record of achievement could not be
described as indifferent, especially when
it is remembered that other agencies exist
to help housebuilders other than govern-
ment agencies.
But there is too great a tendency for
housing authorities to regard house build-
ing in Barbados as something with regard
to which Barbados mdst provide its own
formula, irrespective of building costs and
irrespective of the experience of other ter-
ritories in the area.
Too often is the argument heard in Bar-
bados that the people of this island are
rugged individualists and will not do this
or that. The way to deal with rugged
individualists is to strike their names off
the waiting list for government houses. It
is quite wrong to build limited numbers of
houses for a very liny percentage of the
island's population and to allow this small
number to dictate housing policy.
If government money is to be spent on
providing cheap rented homes for some
people the government, not the people,
must decide how best that money is to be
spent. How can houses ever be built at
reasonable prices if costs have to include
provision of walls and roads on a scale
which eclipses or competes with housing
estates built by private enterprises.
In an island which will not within thirty
years be able to provide proper accommo-
dation for all its people what justification
can there be for lavishing money on non-
essentials on the restricted number of
houses built for those who are privileged
to enjoy the special amenities of the Bay
or Pine Estates.
On the Pine Estate itself might not
more be done by the Housing Board to
encourage the production of more food
by making tenancy of government houses
there dependent on the cultivation of
garden allotments ? But while room for
improvement undoubtedly exists h llM
urban housing schemes run by the govern-
ment the building of rural houses seems
hardly to have been touched.
In this field the Point 4 grant of some
$68,000 D S to the Caribbean Commission
should prove advantageous to Barbados.
If thii island applies for help to start a
rural self aided housing scheme, the
experts attached to the Caribbean Com-
for this purpose can loan films
and provide information which will help
the government to launch its campaign.
Irrespective of what Mr. Lashley has
learnt on his visit the housing needs of
the rural community must be met. Funds
for this purpose can be obtained from the
Peasants' Loan Bank, which now only
assists with repairs of existing houses. But
only propaganda, concerted opinion and
the willingness to build self-aided houses
will make this method of home-providing
popular. It is shirking the question to
talk of rugged individualists. The people
of this island are quite capable of under-
standing facts, if facts are presented in
the way that they can understand. The
facts show that there is not enough money
In the exchequer to build everyone a house
costing between 2.000 and 2.300 dollars. In
Puerto Rico on the other hand houses
which in Barbados have cost these sums
and mure to build are being constructed
for $550 by self-aided methods. Since
labour costs form between 40 and 60 per
cent, of the costs of house building in the
island the reason for the cheapness of the
Puerto Rican house is apparent.
The task of the government is to edu-
eata the people to help themselves, not to
accuse the people of being rugged individ-
ualists or otherwise. Let the government
embark on schemes for rural self-help
housing and the people will show them
how willing they are to avail themselves
of the opportunity to help themselves to a
home. If the people of Antigua, Jamaica
and Puerto Rico can build their own
houses, why not our people? Give them a
lead and they will probably build for less
than the Puerto Ricans.
PLASTIC
PROPELLING PENCILS
LONG LEAD, SCRIPTO PENCILS,
BREAK PROOF 18c. each

ADVOCATE STATIONERY
AN AERIAL VIEW of th Tart LoU Lloren* Tor ret hoimlng piajf.i l.r.M UmicLed by the San
Juan municipal housing authority, and to be flnlnhad U* end of thin year. Involring coiutrncUOD com of
S12.000.000, U projoct covers a bondrtd scrs but on aha oui-kim- or San Juan. Designed for low in-
come famiuoa, tho project provides 2,010 apartment* divided Into llu bulldlnci two and tin- -torn* lush.
The enure development it located In remnants of a huge coconut plantation, adjacent to residential areas
a.- *mall. private hoaaaa that have boon developed within the put two year*. Low income dwelling
imtta now under construction in Puerto Rico exceed on a population or area baai* the number of anch
unit* being built In any of the State-. Puerto Rico, with 2.400,000 inhabitants, has '.'.(mo unit* under
conatrucUou a* compared with H,S37 for Hew York and tsVNo for Tessa. (I.N.P.)
IIH< VIIOV
MR. FLECKER, Headmaster of Christ
Hospital, came to the West Indies to
lecture on education at the invitation of
the British Council. Last week an article
reproduced in the Advocate proves Mr. t_,
Flecker to be an accurate observer and lor to be deputy Mayor There mm Q
LOCAL <;OVLIll%MENT
BY NAME
"To require the Central Execu- By GEORGE Hl'NTF. annual grant* in respect of
live to assume direct responsibility penditure incurred by them Bog Oat
for the day-to-day decision! on Every Council is required to repair or maintenance of Churns
I numberless points uf local policy appoint clerk of the Council and other place* of worship and
I is to ask too much of It". This and treasurer. The Councils for the salaries of officers of such
dictum of 3lr John Maude needs will fix tne rate of lemuneration churches and places of worship,
.careful scrutiny by everyone and of these officers but the .Governor The Governur-in-Executive
[ought to be foremost In the minds will have power of dismissal or commi"" D 13 ntr t tha func-
of anyone who read? the Bill to the Council may- dismiss with the tkms and ,, o( a council
establish a system of local govern- consent of the Governor. , ^ nrrt meolmg of sucn
ment based on Sir John's worn- The governor maj'"^^ Council. If any difficulty arise.
. mendaUons. medical officers and sanitary In- ,.,.=_,, ',,h rt ,
1 The Bill provide i for three local spectors and can dictate term, as ^''^Vh^r tu Wt
government areas In Barbados, the to salary, duties and oiherwisc of *>* " J:ounfl r th? >"*-
-itv of Bridgetown, the Northern these officials. paraUon of the first register t
[District and the Southern District. The Council will have author- l*"""1 government elector* or tnt
The City of Bridgetown is to com- ity to employ and pay all other preparation of the nisi valuation
'prise three wards; the City Ward, start Provisions as to pensions list for rating hereditaments, the
tin- St Michael Ward and the Car- are to be the responsibility of Mic Governor-tn-Executive Committee
lisle Ward. Govi'rnor-in-EsecuUve Commit- may make such order for reinov-
Hridgetown Is to become a muni- tee. ing the difficulty and any such
clpal City and the Inhabitants A Council may purchase land order may modify the provision.*.
thereof a corporate City bearing eornpulsortly in order to provide of Um Act. up to one year's date
the corporate name of "The Mayor, halls, offices or buildings. from the Act coming into opera-
Aldermen and cltiiens of the City Councils shall be the rating Itm, Any local govarnmenl
of Bridgetown". authorities for their respective (that Is any adult who has reacned
The Mayor ,* to be elected an- areas. In addition tothe general lhc ^ 'nually by the City Council from rate Council may make and levy rCKislereii M a voler) can m..p,.,.,
among the Aldermen or Council- a special rale. The Council d k no!cj( from a CouncU
l*- "b*11 have Pwcr trt reduce or 1,l.,WN,(o_ navment of . fee
The City Council may pay to the remit the payment of any general ^"*V_" P2^ ^Z
Mayor such remuneration as they ratc but there are checks on its * **"" % ". "*%, JJE!
think reasonable. The Mayor may authority to levy uie special rate. 3K^*S^SfB !l 7,
' -ppOint 1<<*" <-inr1L FhZtfZl hmu nmminl hv of the Co
alderma
recorder of the West Indian educational
system.
Mr. Flecker's views are. of course, not
novel. They are views which have been
consistently held over a long period ol
yeaxa by a body of educated and well-
informed persons in the West Indies. Un-
fortunately the body of well-informed
opinion has never enjoyed popularity with
the majority of Weat Indian peoples to
whom education has represented an escape
from the servitude of hewing wood and
drawing water to the world of leisure and
good-breeding which Professor Joad so
erroneously prophesied as the goal to
which the world was progressing.
The facts about education are that there
is no end to the process of being educated
and in countries like the United Kingdom
the possession of a University degree is
no guarantee of employment Even In the
West Indies and in Barbados the holders
of University degrees are turning towards
commerce and other professions as being
more rewarding than the pursuit of aca-
demic honours to be gained in schools and
universities.
While Ihis evolutionary process is
silently taking place among the more
highly educated the worship of the school
certificate has never perhaps been greater
among the majority to whom the posses-
sion of the school certificate in formdr
years represented the distinction between
the man-in-the-street and the educated
person. This result was foreseen by the
minority of well educated and public
spirited persons whose warnings fell on
deaf ears and whose observations are now
being vindicated by the Headmaster of
Christ Hospital.
At present in the West Indies, notes Mr.
Flecker, the schools "too often concentrate
on the mere acquisition of a corpus of ex-
aminable knowledge and that travesty of
education will lead nowhere."
Unfortunately he I* not quite correct in this
observation. The worship, idolatry would not
be too strong a word, of this travesty of educa-
tion has led to the tragic situation whereby the
schools of this island continue, to turn out In
ever ncreaslng number* pupils w|o are taught
hardly anything that will
ncil- Chattel houses occupied by
annual value of which the inspection of any member of
to be nine Aldermen (or If an does not exceed fifty dollars are the Council^ Every Council and
Alderman is elected Mayor eight) w be exempt from rates. every committee and joinl-com-
elccted by the City Council from Trade Tax shall be levied and mittee shall mnkc to the Governor-
among the Councillors or persons collected by the Council but in-Executive Committee such rc-
qualifled to be Councillors of the assessments of Trade Tax are to noils and returns and give hlir.
City. Aldermen are to hold office be made by the Commissioner of such Information with respect to
, for six years and are to be elected income Tax. Assessable income their functions us he may require
In groups ' *>ur v * "',*'* '' **. u iirp"* up U. <*. may t^ required by etthei
third year, except for the first elee- $i,ooo ^hall bo exempt from nouso 0f th0 Legislature. The
tion of aldermen, trade tax. Govein..r-in-Exeeuiive Committe,
Eighteen councillors are to be consent of the Governor-in- may cauae a local cnquiry to be
elected, six from each ward of trie Executive Committee la necessary held in nny -, where he deem*
City. The City of B^*^*" '"{ bei^L"'nd can ^1"j*< by lt aovlsable, concerning the ar-
imrpnsc?. of local government wui agrecemont or purchased com- f ',..,,-, or -- duties
therefore, under the provisions of puU. rlly. Ai.nu..l budgets ol Coun- ^iX'clJbvVId
the Hill under reference, be ad- otH muK l- submitted bcfore,lho ^S^liSJS^mSmolS,
ministered by one Mayor, eight or beginning of a financial year to G0^"'0^'' Si SwtaMc,
nine aldermen and eighteen court- the Govern.* -in-Executive Com- mi)Xoc wlU^ nav5 X '?1
rilfcM (unless one Councillor Is miitee for approval. The Om ,. .ck- of |K>wcr k l
etaCd Mavor when there will be emor-in-Exc; utive Committee Council by transferring t., himatJl
17 Councillors). There will be cannot increase the amount to bo specified functions of the Council
tither 27 or 28 persons on the City expended but can make other Each Council can make bye-
Council, modifications. laws and can Impose penalties not
The two District Councils will Grants U> Councils can b* made exceeding $50. These bye-law:
each consist of the Chairman, by the Governor-in-Executive have however to bo approved b>
Aldermen and Councillors. Committee subject to conditions, the Govenior-ln-Execuiive Com-
The District Councils will each Sanction of the Governor-in- rniltce. *
appoint a Vice-Chairman. Each Executive Committee is required
.ncil will include nv'.*.si5 before money can be borrowed by
that rhe power of the new Coun-
hort term spending. c(,a are ^ hedged about
,m-t, S tot. ,?' J^SkJ?; a Council and cW Joint-corn- ""
Andrew. SI. Joseph Sljtog ml,,. ,., bo ,., , Aud|,
lhJre?oreN'hadn,ln.SS^ by'!! au,h.r OC lb. CouncU. .nou.d bo
r'r, ,~. m Bv or six ldormtn a whole time government oAni
SS ^venteen?^eighteen ,oun- n>.d. it clear that within the limits
elllors. Total perlons will bo 24 ot the pre!
4?y
The
Dis-
St.
Sir John Maude in his report
nidcrm'en''dependTng" on whether Cornells" either" tor "torTgterrr; or T,Y[l"^ i!~"" "'"" "'""" ''
the Chairman la elected trom any hr, u-rm .nendine.
Aldermen or Councillors.
I must confess after reading the
iew lull 10 be one of the e erlttca
Hut I think that this criticism ii
of far less importance than lh<
? which follows from Sir John
n gdinJaslOII that to entrust thi
whole administration of loca
!ully and well. ment would be to Impose on It al
AU^fC^nnS^mCH0^,liK intolerable burden. I am not one
.aHdlt *i" f^avJ^^l of those who think that govtra-
i ment by Governor-ln-Executlv
Committee is the best or even ;
rtsmnniltlll fom of gvernment
Hut the Hill under reference no'
been only adds to the responsibility o:
their
.-Ing in this region, but who have been taught
Just enough to make them aspire to the limited
number of government professional and com-
mercial Jobs which form the substance of the
dreams of all while collar workers.
Any suggestion that the type of education Is
unwise or even unkind to the children on whom
it Is Inflicted by ambitious parents and com-
placent governments is regarded as proof of the
reactionary disposition of the critic. No doubt
Mr. Flecker too will be labelled as a reactionary.
There is little evidence for supposing that those
responsible for educational policy in Barbados
are really aware of the great unbalance which
exists in an educational machine so little geared
to the highly technical and competite world in
which we live.
it Vestry system thi
or 25. auditors had done their work ca.e- verninont lo lh<, cmtral ^
The Southern District consisting t\My and well,
of St George. St Philip. St. John
and parts of St. Michael and , ___
Christ Church will elect twenty but the Bill leaves the date of
five councillors, five from ech aucjiting unfixed. Accounts shall
parish Local government of ne ..^ au(i[ted as soon as may be
Southern District will H**** thereafter."
be ^mimrtT^ by Chairman. ^^ ^ ^^^ ^
'lumr'uiors It will be observed audited ope month after their the C,..vemor-in-Executivc Com
h.t the Southern District Is to receipt by the Council, committee mittee but gives him greatei
be the largest of the two rural or lolnt-commlttee. the Council power. If there was no party gov-
units of local government, unless shall cause the accounU as cerll- eminent in Barbados there trOuV
wna amendment is made to the fled by the Auditor General to be of course be no difflailty since th<
Bill as it presently stands. published In the Official tla/.-tt.- Governor-ln-BxocuUv Committct
Sir John Maude in his report The Auditor General cannot would be acting upon the Bdvio
.criticised financial relations be- disallow expenses which have been of the Executive Committee. Bu
Itween the vestries mid parochial sanctioned by the Govotnor-ln- aince the Bu^he experiment then
iboards and aakl that Uieac rgU--d>xecutlv Committee. has been a tendency for the
itions and the unsatisfactory ,y**^.'Pn . Governor-in-Executive Leader of the House of Assembl;
tem of government it'^wa _Tm- Committee shall make regulations to assume the role of Prim<
compensation of officers or Minister and to play a role In th>
nts of a Vestry who sutler bOBUUvt Committee which i* 1
f emplo>-ment or dlmunitlon new conception of local govern-
lit them to earn pair the Vestries sense of financial to,
. ^inonslblllt}'
The new Bill makes provision ^
SLZSZISSXS frSn ;S5S1^ ' *tmM,''t "'"'buted to the mpn(. So nlllch therefore depend
meXrV far regulating and con- comin* Into force of the Act. M the answer to the question wh.
tn.lline the finance of the City Or p.The. Governor-in-Executive ls ,ho Governor-in-Executiv.
District 'This finance committee CommlteaO mi.y make regulations Commitlee?
U to be responsible for estimal- pnjviding for the payments by the But whoever It f*. his powc-
ing all expenditure which exceed* Councils' to the Diocesan Synod of ovor the local government will b.
in the case of the District S25o Barbados and to such other relifii- imrnen5e if the new Bill Is passe*
and in the case of the City $S00 ous bodies as may be specified of by the Legislature.
Ol II READERS SAY:
Tlie possibility of a technical school being
included in the expenditure which the govern-
ment intends to make In implementation of its
live-year programme should lull no one into a
sense of something vital having been achieved.
One technical school will be an advance on no
technical schools: but the whole educational sys-
tem of the island needs reorienting to the needs
of the community. Agriculture, handcrafts, car-
Eentry, domestic science, health habit* ought to
the major subjects of school curricula every-
where in Barbados.
Thy change-over has got to be gradual and
the prejudices of the people can only be removed
by patient propaganda and explanation, but a
start must be made.
Mr. Flecker's article, coming as it does from
a Headmaster of a famous English public school,
ought to carry more weight with those respon-
sible for educational policy than the splendid
efforts which have been made by the minority
who have long been crying beware. If only a
halt Is called to the present cert idea te-worship-
And not only are the man an<
llirl/i CMOW number of children) Is. to my woman blessed by marriage an<
wav of thinking, a very great a home and the children grow Uf
a -.distance in allowing voting men In the moral wholesome atmos
and women to lead stable, satis- phere which Is the basic deter-
rent of waywardness.
To the Editor, The Advocate,
,SIR,
thank "Medlcus" for his sound Nothing Is so good for young But this advantageous -date o
I logic expressed in your columns, people SO they emerge from affairs is closed to thousands or
On one point I must disagree adolescence a* to marry and es- young moi and women fof th-
I for he says he sees "no i*asj ublish a home. Home with its simple reason that they cttnno'.
that religion should enter into it affection. and understanding cope with the financial strain o
(birth control). with some one who *area, and s a large family What man will
Of course, different persons anxi-ms to *elp. become Little more ttiai
haw very differing icktus as U> haven and the centre of interest, rnoufll to care for himself woul*
what constitutes religion. To A young man with a wife nu'i decide in all rtUsoiutblencsb i<
those who foal religion to be home becomes a respected mem- obligate hlmsolf to suppoit wk$)t
mainly concerned with worship of bar of the community. He has or ten people?
Diety or life hereafter, the con- something to work forthe best If birth-control were freel
nocUon between religion anel in him is called out These are used the marriage rale srouli
birth control would not be the conditions, the atmosphere In treble. Illegitimacy would drop
obvious. But to those who take which spiritual a.pirations flour- and delinquency would decrease.
Christianity as a way of living- .Kir tab. These are the church goers. So birth control Is assenl
dailv livesand of ssuiohlng t-tes* are the one* who (: d llvlnf. The averaga
then* through foUowiitg our way foundations of stability and self- person does not prefer to br
slowlythen every part of our respect are enabled to turn their promiscious. he is forced into It
mne *Vntm* ihe"flnTt*"?b^n* forwardTit" ha^i 'lives ls linked to religion thoughts'to things of Uw spirit by financial pressure. Birth
h uSSP' forward UI nave j^.^ p,anilllu, (made poaai- mercy, Justice, helpfulness and so control promotes well-living.
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SUNDAY, MAY 11. 1952
SUND V\ ADVOCATE
i".nr nine
"SIRPE, SIRPE MONSIEUR.....
9
(By IIAIKA DK POrX)
A little Arab shoeshine boy
woke me up. I lad been sleep-
ing on a bench in one of A! glen
! k...
Monsieur el American? Ou
monsieur AUmV he asdted. The
. Erom Northern Africa
was a nice person. He started
talking and gave me a lot of in-
formation about the Sahara and
how to cross a d*srt with "peu
de Francs" and how to be fXiandl
with the people in the Sahara.
Whining my shoes, tie told me
that the Sahara waa a very dan-
garoua spot and that Ufa fcfesfa
was veiy hard. His uncle triad
once to travel through tlio Sahara
but he iid nu'- net through
Oi Yes Sir much too hot in the
Sahara .you die "
Thfe little Arab shoe shiner was
not the first fellow whom I asked
about the world's biggest desert
and ho told .'he same thing every-
body told me. lx>ts of people of
Algiers and Tunis only go to El
Golca and then they turn back.
because they aro afraid of the
sand storms and the thirst___
However I wanted to go through
get and I wanted to see
how the people lived In the sand.
Two days later 1 was sitting
i train with lot, f Arab* goin/ ?"*
Atliii: rpnml^Ml .'.. ill* VI
and
peace
killed
1 Belgian Congo).
irkmg bard to develop
RAILWAY STATION in Loupoldville
this part of Africa tbere aro many plo;
the country.
miles of sand------3.000 miles of walk quicklynot non than
' sandy tracks where nobody could 23 miles an hour.
. give you a lift or invite you to During the days the heat wM
over the Atlas mountains "~Wc h*i? "fcrfrm.k "V enormous. So hot that we boiled
p--l a groat mjgvfiS*, and ^tV^ haST"1" J^~Vrt^l ? *1 "?. i1* bumm mikL
the train climber over the wfcere '. "*** como Ir^I! a,"'l nr*- rr ,5 dav5 w dld nm ""
rJky At! mounSins. Tne for! *S3JL J"! -** ! ! Inch of shadow.
settled down It Is a nice
clean part of Africa. No
quitoes or Tse-Tse flies
you tin re. The climate is good
Is of fresh game aro
;i vou warn in have
In Ti-'utd. all you have to do
irct a light .n your i-utoe and dur-
ing the evening all the B>h
Jump In.
The Tchad Co*
i Mtsmafl)
and Clipptxton In 1800. The Unit
Frenchman who eattW to the
Tcliad was In IH-<7. He mad<>
nth the Hausa'a but m
by the warriors a few
month" later.
i l day, lo the Tchad colony
there are still a lo: of naU<
have never seen a white, man be-
fore. The people live far away
In the buah, frequently so far
from fh? little town Port Uirny
th.t nobody hut. visited than
Fort Umy is a sand -itv. In the
traata ara a few motor
I Uirii's. Every-
where camels and donkeys lia in
front of the houses. At nucht
every body collects in the cen-
trum. There Hausa mu-s^isns
play their inrtrumeiib. nuidw (rasn
and horna. and Ed Lm
I brassaa she people enjov the
spiritual dances. The chiefs sit
on 'hoir famous Arab hor-es.
proud like a girl who's waaRguj
MHIX WHITE

v...
-->"*^a*.-.*,
BAKONYO CHIEF and sons chief talking in Bstsle. Ornaments sro
teeth tiom Js.fi.ara and nlppei
Congo uKain 1 had a chance t
vi -it Angela Lh* Po ogueae Col- \\y then 1 wanted to have fresh
otty. Very few strangers iv air again and waltl
giiowcri Into thai Colony, but I on an ah-flatd before
pt.t n v|*-ril ptnrttl from the -life" on a plane HgM noun
Oo*rnor and I was llown by later I Mopped ...
special planes to dulercnt parts African ground. Then I
fine Jungle Prom that moment t ,.,m life.
STOCKED BY
ulng not far
a new dress. And while everybody "r, MW .iri^er1'. TJ^i
- -*ZgJS?3k K^SE I remember thai ,
Whole of Angola I gave tWQ week* I Wax ad..id w*nii I
talks and wrote in many walked gtotLaj the buy streets of
,f Johannesburg When I l<*ed ii]i
r
ipgi gad
i flown
Congo.
back to the
from
.vheie I .v.t- KouiK. N',:'". hall ...
cat, "were vary thick and many B?on*Ieur1 ^""^'P o> *>' Ah )mt $ ,,,,. or anything.
animals were among the trees. c CBl 'V"1 sand and the sky......
We passed Blida and Mediatwo Donkeys And Camels The nights ware cold. So cold
little Arab villages where onlv And it was a long way. It took that many times the water was Bis Lips
two Frenchmen lived amongst ">e four months to come through msslii Everybody dug bens in The track ""'>t down south.
the natives. Then the train went "hat sea of sand. Four months of the sand and covered themselves travelled as a chief for w>
down the Atlas Mountains. The travelling without any accommo- i' '> That was t.ie blanket. Syrians down to Fort Arrham-
heat from the big sand-sea was dation or any good food. Four One morning, when we were near baull. The jungle was very fuck
within a few hours travelling and months of traveUing on tho back Tamanrasset somebody did not Wc saw all sorts of animals and
the train went through Vie grape of donkeys and camels. Four wake up. He buried him/elf the many types of natives I never had
fields where hundreds of bovs and months without sleeping in a night before, because the scor- seen or heard of in mv Ufe. Es
women were picking grapes. Soon proper bed. And four months of piona slept with him in the sand penally the Sara women with
we left them behind. The only thirst and hunger. j*1?'1 ?av"' n,rn *"'" rttLal '"lotion, their big lips. Exactly 9 months ..-------jrr "
thing wc saw. was sand and The ilrst 200 milos I travelled The food was bad. Everyday we after I had left Northern Africa. '" Jute. sometimes without any can air.
some trees. Then the train stop- on the back of an old donkey, had meols. but t^e meals were all j reached the Congo river. There '"ore accommodation than just
ped. DJELFA. waa written on The Arabs were not unfriendly the same pnd camel meat and i fol a -pirogue" (canoe) and a Qir,i .?u1, 'T?1 JIT thp f. or,
the wall of the white station. It but life was very hard. Then. Rour porridge. The water was went down the Congo river. /fM1 Xl\* tt;iUi ,rib" ,nDPpntral
WS a little Arab place and called when we reached El Golea the not sufficient and rations had to After twenty dnvs 1 had reached Afr*ca. I got as far as Rhodesia
the end of tine world This wns donkeys were left behind and bo cut down. Once we did not Leopoldville and was taken B"d.Wils *lv*n a "'f' from }**"
the last outpost of civilisation. In the trip wns continued with the wash ourselves for 18 days. The straigh^ from llu> M mt (he bonier to South Africa. We
front of me was the Sahara: The Camels. We had a caravan of big men from the Sahara, the h-wpit.il with 40 degrees fever *vUcd for 8 days right _through
*%lf* T'bll^t^ mill tiil'sfl
the gueit i
Belgian I
of the jungle and to talk again I
With my native friends. |
- There I did the same and wai U R* aam aceu*
5" luck)- since the people bked mo ''<' ,M'l n 7h and helped me In everything. the jungle air from my lungs. 11
h. Then for 18 months 1 lived In ravelUd In the crash South Afn-
burning
and
The Camels: We had
2500.000 sq. 30 camels. The ai
mal:
BsVAXA NATIVES masquarado danclag- This Ui to k*P tbe Evil
Bplrlts away from tho village
caravan of big men from tlie Sahara
Aid not Touaregs were vury ni.e lor me. M^rla.
When they had something to eat. The he they always used to give me some nd when
too. They were friends in this
land of ml
And then eamo the day that the
trees of Central Africa were In
front nl us The first banana I
had was bettor than a cheque of
1,000 dollars. And the first river
bath was'n Ullilung exp^-rience
after four months of burning sand
and hot arind
The mtmionarlea were vary
kind. Tm*y saw that I had lost
20 pounds weight In the EeAan
and I was their guest for several
days. Then 1 starred the trip
through Central Africa, and nfter
visiting West Africa I went back
to the belt of the Sahara
TCHAD.
Tchad Colony
The TCHAD colony is one of
the most interesting parts of
French Africa It is the itohaal
part of Central Afrien. A great
variety of animals can be hunted
In the Tchad colony especially
around Lake Tchad, where lots oif
Tubbu and Hausa tnbns have
the bush and savannahs of North-
was insupportable, '"J. ""J ^^f^1 $&****
left the Ifa-IMan *or 2 >oa l dld not wv u
left the IlelgUn dfnnt )own Tof ,W(( ymn ,
did not see an autobus and for 2
years I did not seethe worst of
id! a Diet and pretty girl. Sure
a Princess wanted to marry me,
but I wai glad to escape. Some-
times it is nlcu lo be a Prince,
but not ulways . I remembered
that.
Sctith Africa was a Paradise for
i OUjd r....."T from the
ti:le experiences ami write mv
The newspapers In South
Aft tea were glad to have some of
I and I was glad to have
some money. Then )u>t adKai
month in South Africa 1 iNpl
again on the Rgtd Ilitch-hlkmg
down to I^ourenzo Marques, the
oasluni Portuguese Colony. Than
::..- Qovornmant did ovsi U i
tliey could do for mo I got first
class ttain tukeU and free flights.
I travelled through the |iui|(le
illyt. Then I reached N
and went up to Tangan.uk.i and
Kenya and camo down by the
toast and went to the famous
C F. HARRISON & Co., (B'dos) Ltd.
and at present on display in
their show window.
Well soon have
that better
with
ONE of the Bambara girls In tha
Moycn Congo. Like all the natives.
she lias a happy disposition.
PANS FOR EVERYONE
SARA WOMAN. TliU tribe lives I
near Chad. Thirty year* ago the
men from other tribes cane to
teal the women, so the women de I
tided w maka taemtelvee ugly
They cut their upper tad ktWSI
Up-, tu th tut hy vul pier* ,
of "tone ot Wol ATter we**
they pulled their lip* and put In
a big itone. Eventually they lokk
d like this.
yvV/MW/W//,V,W,WV
tcry ship brlnii New S
Pan nooks continue to cater to I often stayed as a young bm. If you buy Mflflniflccnf Obies- U'hiteoafc Hcntnuc aid Jalno train thinks she is quite mud
many laartsji That was some 17 years ago but alo* thinking it is anything like by Mazo de la Roche .re two of The tension grows stronger and
Mrs Helloc Lowndes' "I too It still weaves its spell after so Die Bobe becousc It Is by Lloyd the twelve books wnlch form stronger as the train gets nearei
have lived in Arcadia" is suto- long s period. Shcppcy and Tfc Douglas you are going to be dls- the Whiteoak Novels In thes.- to Trieste. The story has been
biographical In he quiet tonver- Lerter and The Breadwinner are appointed. The story ias been novels you meet all the Whiteoaks moat iiiccessfully filmed
national style the author of The Included in a great Pan volume, filmed, and as a story it has all from Adeline Court, the old
Lodm-T tells of the remarkable Somerset Maugham's reputation the ingredients which Lionel grandmo'her who so fond of
parents lo whom Hiluire Belioc as a dramatist of distinction mixed ro successfully her food to the youngcM or the
nnd herself wcix- born although flrmlv based that any attempt lo in the films where he played the Whiteoaks and you get very in- or,j(un Ban'mcui by Cadi
a doctor hiUl pronounced their underline it would lie wasted hospital doctor. The hero has tarasted in everything that goes Roberta is a Romantic Novel ol
father me iinlile of hiving child- labour But young readers com- cverj'lhing and on top of this he on at Jalua fthefr wonderful man- n big Department Store. l.ad>
. i. V ni.e ,md England ing to Matlg^WIB 0T ttM flrat tlRW flats religion Tl.. Canada In IVhileoaJ rn/.,,!, llelion dcnle toiar,,
durnig the author's carlv child- will find these three plays typi- never clearly defined but the }lrrUaye Renny comes bock from her living In a Rig Department
hood is depicted ivilhout sensa- tal of the essential Mauaham hero goes from strength to the war 1930-45 and finds that Store. She enjoy, her experience*
tionalisrn but with a clear vivid- The Brcodu'iri'icr is particularly strength. The ttMBM is that Jus uncles luive mismanaged his there and she falls in Ion trsth
ness of detj.il that leaves Ijehlnd suitable for tho adolescents wh< even^a .'Lehman can Jfl)^ a kick estate^ and ho _starts to put a young man In the Bargain Base-
li
an Impression centred around i
are convimed in every age that out of Un by doing good to his everything
neighbour. The
worst- tl -
handled with the
farinlv. Mr- Helloc l^owndc-.' they can set the world to rights
mother knew many of the tn- If only thev ran keep the old
Ling historical and literary fogies in their olace.
figures of the time and they enter a
the pages of / too Bred in Arcadia
unobstruslvely and as if calling D|r,,, Eddie by Ludwig Berne),
at one of the family's homes. maiu j; mti litk thl,
West Indian readers will be in- mi^ oul ot ,lfe in Hollywood
terested to know that the Bellocs Dtr1 f^^ b thc wnv ,a a pia
at one time owned nroverty in If c of Xhe iovc-slck
tv-us-v. nnH arp ^ coUectlnj( .-m I..KW aw.
photos of Hollywood stars thei,
Dirty Eddie Is not the bonk fo:
BSbJV Exmr kS"'
glimpse of the Hollywood
order.
-nog I
it. V
mrnt. When her mother kn
Iota of one of his step brothers gets she tries to Hop their roma
this one is married to toe illegitimate child but Bargain Basement <
kill of an ac- of one of Renny's best friends, those novels with happy andlnc
the other stepbrother also gets
married to an American girl. She ^0't Tnlet of ;,'offr
Pan has reprinted Ernest Hem- comes to live at Jalnn and soon l*er by J. M. Cohen
tngway's Fiesta. Thl:, Is the un- falls In love with the lord of the Pan Book. Like Edgar Allan
usual story of a man for whom manor (Rennv). Everything Pc>e. Hotfrnan wrone many creepy
Jove was hopeless. Only Heming- goes well at the end.
could have written
Martinique and San Domingo and
that Martinique was once known
as Bourbon. I have never befor
heard of Martinique by any
other name.
I :: \ read Snsppty at what is
now Powell Spring Hotel where
movie magazines never
anything about why D<
is just the cup of tea.
tell y.
fv Eddie
Iran
LUpa K'i:*:ii
..'I-' many
state This Book includes 1>
Sartdman. The Lost Relection and
six others. Some of these
were filmed recently in BaDei
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Hemingway is the lournalist whose
the emptiness of
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rned in 'ho has met her by chance
a bull l1"' t tt-is-sa to llnd her But
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SUNDAY ADVOCATK
SUNDAY. MAY II, 1*S2
CHLKCII SERVICES
SPEIGIITSTOIM HOI \D-IP
Perpetuating Error

iciaed the p- Educattoa. And there Is a very
Tho attendance roll at these
whoto now avasrage aboul
,..ii Harmon. 1 p m. Bttaaa?
chool 1 a
ST MABV1 CHUWCII
4ih Sun-tar Artec lHt
t JO 1. Mj'r- I OS a m Law
* Mam Solemn SUsa Saraaan.
Sunday Srhool M M
Vaaaata. 4 1ft p m aptiam
i " l....... l mmmm
pany
Ml IIKIIllsl
urnm.' n
Ian ii rn -
DAUCBffl
.NT a .i m
SOUTH DI*TH1CT"
, m Mr f
ritovir*N< i
-
VAKXHA1J. <
1 ,TvNrs ..AY
"'rTn
J Pur-
rorwan
II a a*. Mr C.
am l(*. K
n CrUIMri
Rav C. TVilor.
L-ut week 1 crit
p**nimcnt
spec-AUst from UUTIM
&15S.......-^ ^^-^ssssrs"
Mr Jarvis has -CO^Ud a po 2ntaM 20.000 might get in
oo the *Uff of liic L"dgu School .,. llrmt,nUry .chool Is AIX and JAtaB
where be will leach armor ( nnnhawtiti tUI the nlucalioi n am iuv
Math* fran September m paee ,(iry wlU ever get. If It doe* no-
of Mr. CiaaH I'.ltfrun who ha* ,.yul|> lhcm for lhc.r place hi the *^
retired i than education aa
Whether Mt. Jarvis realiMO ttW ((,, ,< will have failed,
that he would, be partially waited society is not to be judged by
nnd lht there could be bo room ,15 fcriltuint scholar- from the
fOT his ipaolJ gifts and Inlcllec- university There arc too few r
tual 1UJliftPOfU, I am not ....,,.. it must not be judged l>
ware hut at least or* blgnly M humble men and women who
Qualified to-ah-r will be saved for i-rfonn the various sendees and
bitter use InTnc profession. > o the ** "*** m"'ng n
Bu what aarmTme now i* to a ^"^^ f^ wSboi? ii
fld that aTtoTh- .dvertisemem and Ajn {"^*j* g k
appear* cnlllmr '>' PP l"nl* for tha5BSlaS ** an eiemen-
ifie poat stating that preference ; educauon and thai is not "
will be given to one with quamt- ^ rna^tt, to fit them for thesr ,Xim h-
catlons In Mathematics and for luc< m g^^y ghen all our ineMl. -, p
Science. The Director of Educa- ctRTMijlT^T must decline. And let
tkm Should be called upon to .e ,44: "They are declining
ahow what particular u*e B Bag"" now- l^KHAU.
ry qualified mMhematlelan or Fundamental* * ? .' 1 Vr^Sl
aclenUst a* mch. wrnlrt b' to The riementary school Is for
the work of the Bjinimin hl. purpoe of giving th* 11 am itr d +*<> r
School?. H ma* be that *e hildrcn a oasic education and Mu.bawu
Director ftixk It nece^arv ( (n(-n a -.0,^1 founda- t ,
hav such nn Irnner'or t<> J"" ,, which they can build.
ln the add !lr*ial work Ifirlurtit-.' rp |,m(tnanuls are reading s sa a
: nd willing and 10 calculate ilm- ... uwuM in* *
. iimeUcal problems. nonuj< K STRJorr-ll am Uornns
It IS sad to find youngsters) aarviMi Prrai-her: Bn E^S
-vriling letHTs which could only : a l%
ire*nt them from getting -tny "r'^Af uld 11 am
UN bad spelling .,7^ s*wMr M. 1 0
1 W> "-- 5 ",oly rSE^I* Mr o.
lually distressing to see g^Jf Rrryifr. Pr-art
>ung men divldiiiR their wages r^njmat-u am Monu.m fc":
ng the monay in loU on it.,Chrr Mr w si ""'.;. p 2
ground ("one fov Oat, <*" r.venloa B>rvke. Praartw Mr
one for he"). p m^^-an.
SrrMi: rraacMr
| \1.V \TlON \KM\
KSSSp-
- ,. m S-tvattor Mm
bus* Si Mm W M
laoal < 'HTtmandar
BSUDGETUWN CDTTKAX.
m Com-
UaMlnc
anaaSBwaTW
Toww. a a r* %
V.IIIT1: HAIX
am Mr O McCalbtar 1 p t
OIU, MKMORIAL
m-i'^'^na-i'-s which he ha*
fried or 10 '-> curt culum of thf-
hool.
Othent Availnhfe
There are other nonol*- avaii-
nhl" snd qunllned to fill *o
j)(1 ,.f Tn*t*rrtor of R-^nyils-. an'l
ft Is the duly of the governor or
the nawlv erented Civ I Servic
Commtvion to srvylallft' ar.- not wasted
o"lcea which do not need noi
exerdse. their Intellectual quah-
Bajnaa b.
HourrowN
I a* a m Mr w *' n
Mi- wrrai
____s 1
MaatliMt- T p m flalvaUaai MarlU>
w*u-Norm.- aTMarr
11 a an Hoima Ma*tina. Spa* Oaaa-
|.any MaaSUiC 1 p m faWal;^ MH".
11 am Ma*..*- MaMlng. J V m. Cn-
i,*p MaWin*. T p ! Mal.atum M-aSim
'"" C^"A
llain Hollbaaa MrrtlT>
pans Mrt>rm: t 1
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,.,. IM 1 . '" ~<"^
,, .,>..., '.-,'... ,., ,.on
KIVEH BO AD
10 a m Suralaa School II a ra Sor-
,.,r I If P m Dlvto- aacvlo. B*
L B liiaajai> Mtiai*r In Cbarsr
BANK HAJJ-
a m Sunday School 11 a to
urviw S p m Moiaar-a Dajr
IS p in IMvlnr Silca
(i. M B PrUlUohn Mlnlrtar In
Charsw
Sea Encroaching
On Heywoods
People living along certain parts of Heywoods and Six-
inciia are cluaely watching the encroachment the sea is mak-
ing on the land in that area.
Recently, the sea at spring-tidebut not breaking
washed over the road and under people's houses depttMting
itejcips of sand At one time, the road was well covered with
water and sand *nd was impassable by vebiei'
Poopi,* whi h.id U> make use of
ih toad bad U> wade ihtough th.-
wau-i-. Next day, the waMT hau
t2>^NETT
can help you to success
through personal postal tuition
T
run oil but the aand atlU made It
difficult for \rhictes to use the
road.
Before Uiis. the ata seldom went
over the tiud in this area. Onlj
when wavf- wire bulking heavily
did wjtaar go over lln rowL
A resident aid that something
should be dona about it at once.
Ha> is hoplnn U> see break waters
put down at the dangerous spots.
mi
One Month
Sentence For
Loitering
| IMUMiai OP MBN in impurUDi pouiruoi were once srudenpt ot
The Beaneu CoMagc. They owe ibeir succeas 10 Pcnooal Postal
I uiuoo The Bcancti Collage way. You have the tame chsoce iu
quality for a tine career, hajher psv and social ttandiog.
One of these courses will lead to your advaac
Haifcaot Laoiiaan
LI"
ilrrf. s.a>i<
Coa>ai(ial Afiitur
rafl M
a...*.
BBBLAfl
Mr G II MorvUU
nrrrtt-DA
Mr D Scon
auBday School 11 a m XHv-
n 1 U P Dlvlni- amn;
II Walkaa. Mlrl'trt In Cham
COX ROAD
Din* Sorvlca. 1pm
, m Dlvtaa Barvk*
lUUrMr in Chaia*
SIOM HILL
Derttte aarvies Bav 3 *
in Ckars* IH
Paasor In CBontr
A large crowd attended the
Mobile Cinema show at the District
Station yard on Friday
night. Most of ihvm were from
Mile imd Quarter and A.Jlton Ten-
antry.
A.lin
1 15 p 1
at
Rr*.
Nrw: |v,
1 othei
fill th.
MKfortinie*.
tlcationa whr'
placos.
It mtgh* s^rs-e ns a uwful The ehild of today
r-"lndar if I mention '" olf ......ely unforlunnie In the
ml'v which s*oola and the el numtary school the addition of
profe*lnn pxoei 1 tin, Spanish and Maths, pre-
'eu- year* nv-o when Ihrt 1 bin from paying enough
general exoduc of neeialist- .itcntion to simple reading. Nature
lt*-n
m 1 M "
.^. Ihr hnool
r Lord
including Messrs. Sweet (Sci- wriUng and arithmetic. Ttie process of c.naJe*' -m tu
enre. and Isaacs and Burton ^rasat being ambitious demands revise the educal 10^' *'r^*m, C^T__
, from Harriaon Cot- a secondary education. Here the 1> ** n* cfUy ^h kS '-" -* "J "'* ""5 Vsa-1*
Ltr r,nd Mr IT-Kon (R^ienrel m .stars And that the foundation trends but """" '_ *.rt-t.e*s, r a-aat *.
from Lsidse frwV Barb aak that there Is little on demands ^Mto "*'^ *elf^ ** %** ZJui*Z ot,. u ..'
had to go as f^r ;. Harvard which to build. Then the unfor- tern which >w served "f^iL ^ JSaassi arsri iron qm p- "
Unlverrtiv fo, one and evso 1 a Ume when ha needs the altar of modern theories. '"**"__________
accent others who hnd hoen.....-;t help. i faced with super- somewhere along the line
qualifications. i.litn. He leaves school naif ,KZZ, -,inrnn in. lte a design to C.'Mnnn TamnnrnfV
<***< nd w!,h ,, b ^S^du?.uS.I S o. 5!nan? IS^TJ A
n any wonder lhal ho has n.. ., )u morlt ParenU and Membtr Ul tX. CO.. / aaa
S&& I;,; 5--= S*T >^ ,o,,t-ok-s1.AIn. ag .
, ,-aa*, _. .^ gjffl g ^"Z^^- &??S ST&&.
BU 7 3 .______1- .Ki..K ,^i*lv norm a
rorship Mr. C. B. t'.riftlth
Pobee Magistrate of Dis-
trict "A*' ya*tea-day sasitencetl W-
>-eor-old George Spencer a labour-
The funer:.! of the late King and ot Chapra-Ji s I-ane. St. Michael
.. Him 00 eugenics w< re ^mong the " one month's imprisonment with
liigrfs programme. n,'"<1 labour fur loitering on the
premise* of Evans Greenidge at
as ll.-partment <>1 Highways Black Rock.
At this spot, the road was w Orimih *W ,'S,,iB"t h"""1 ^
n..rrow that two big vehicles eould Po cannt walk tte road at night
n.l pass each other without ono <' t' >* PH>^ hke biro.and
..ing up the little embankment by it was the dut> Uie Chuich wall The widsining "I '<> orraaj any suspicious person
Ihe road will like lum loitering
tiafflc congestion .. ...
^ a Emerson Howardkeeper of the
KU-ven |g*sg tot.dlmg $87.30 criminal records at Wf '*"-
. Magistrate luhi the court lhal the defendant
Vr. S. H N'urse it District K'' Prdiee Courts on larceny and Iwu under the
_ Monday and Wednesday this week. Vagrancy Act. On the last con-
rv /!!< A' Benjamin White of Bound-the- victiou he was sviitenced to one
___________ it -,_,. c'crttuTunrtT as Toun. Sp- ightstown. was ordered months imprisonment with bare
1---------~~~~~~~~^^_ in Adam all ai* avan " Chrus ibaii \0 pay two fines of gg.OO each for labour and deemed a rogue aim
1 do not object to otiang-a*. ,_m ba m*a.alivv._______tm^^ .. -esurting police constable and vagabond.
herself survives on the /^t'S'.iif**"\u* a, for Bruiting a police coostabl-
4 JO .1 in Slon Wad
(a. Youth*. '* "rtl *
1 linarr-Clart.* 'Aa
Bad *" V1* atwane
( 1IR1STIAN SCIENCK
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a, .. t. ,
PuSIx SoaaSMg
Pol.ia ShOMmW
SK*.i Star Wr.tini
SKaal M-..I Work
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TWai
kJs*iaas||MgssasCr
OVCKLst SCHOOt
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rldialaon 1
' NTJAYS II a m
WinKERDAYS n
linn clr<' Hi
aaSar. Ma
iDfcl al l*-l
*IU>S
but let us
..H111 If.
-- of .
I PMM I
Kni-oM d'etre
unte Voo II an given seven days to p >y Sgt Howard attacJicd to the
eeeh fine, failing to pay either, he R]DCk Hock Police Station wio
will undergo one month';; impris- mat he saw the defendant 00 'he
01 ment- No fine for the 'wo days premije, of Greenidge and when
.- needed $6.00. he asked him what he was doing
The .'her fines were for dan- ,he deteadanl could not give a
a. rous left side of the road. exca*ing<*r ! he was waiting on a bus.
>pecd limit, breaking of the Shop
Closing Act, Indecent language,
ight of cane* on
My reason- for ratring these
points ts that pnrenta find It
difficult nowadays to pay fec-
und keep children o^ Sceond^ry
Schools for them to go", an em.-
oatlon and this also costs the
Government a largo sum. there-
Ihp Kementary Schools 1
compulsory attendance. They
1 begotten unwanted and roam
fore only the beat Will do. There "he dreeta unmolested Even Hu-
mus* be no littkerlna with edu- ilogs nra taken from among
cation and especially Elementary them.
,11 make on them.
Next week I shall deal .with Ajodh
Um folly of leoching Latin, and
Spanish and MathemaUcs
Elemtntarj' Schools.
J. E. B.
St. Clair Bynoe of Church Vil-
lage, SI. Mictiael was yesjerdaj
BMd 25;- in 21 dajs or one-
month s unprlMjnment with haro
labour for using indecent lan-
guage on Mailiill Street.
Michael on May 8.
Singh. Minister of Works fou"r"nuiiches to~0Ctf V ihe Davis Cpi Mullins who brought the 1
ununlcations who is til. Cup European Zone In a first se said thai he spoke to the de- |
Sinanta toppexi the secret ballot round matcVhere to-day and qual- fendant who was abusing n the
with 16 vote*. The post of Deputy tfll to play at home to Britain in street. The defendant still con-
Speaker will be filled next week. the second'round.UJ. tinu-1 to misbehave.
nporary member of the
; lorry and wounding.
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TODAY the second Sunday In May, there will be assembled a grand
array ol Exquisite GUTS for Mother. Precious Gems, sparkling brilliantly
in magnilicent settings . Costume Pieces ol untold beauty . Remem-
brances that fittingly express your sentiments ... but there is a GIFT
unique lo mother as well as the children ... a Gift though encased in walls
possesses a characteristic sentiment all of its own .. it's the house daddy
built... it's Ihe house mother adorned . It's the house probably in which
you were born. Whan last did you glance around those old and revered
walls ? When last did you give that home a sparkling new coat of Pro-
tective Beauty ? No greater Gift can you give to mother, than to adorn her
revered home with a new Decorative Finish. The home itself will ever
maintain its traditions, but at least give the walls a new look and let
them bring a new glamour lo mother who will ever understand the true
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PAGE F.I.F.VF.N

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The Lives Of Harry Lime
'T'HE hyacinth Is a flower, a rum swiizlc U a drink, and
the Panama Canallet's face itis a ditch.
The story begins with a drink and ends with the
flower. There are also a couple of very cute babes involved
in the proceedings.
So hold on tight, my children.
Your Uncle Harry's taking you
for a nice ride on his magic
carpet. We're off to the Canal
Zone.
When I arrived there at the
tart of this story I decided to
lay up for a night tn Cristobal.
I found an air-cooled hotel and
took a shower. Then off to Pto-
maine Joe's bar for one of those
ium swizzles.
Whan cauliflower-earnl *-|usT
Joined up to fl*ii lor Unrla Sam he
didn't i"i*inr that tin war Job
would ba picking or Life
wu dull until Harrv Urn* cam*
bJ>i>*. than thr CM mm lound
thrmarlvn up alnal it In a |unajlr
PV plot H anoUtrr Harry Um#
adontuir that will thrill >ou. and
Us Utle U: -The Hyacinth Patrol".
The next mniute a burst of
stars exploded in front of my
eyes and my Jaw seemed to
become detached from my
skull. It was some time before
I heard a voice like a rusty file
telling me: "Oh. gee. mister. I
never meant to slug you. I was
aiming at my pal here. You all
right?"
A khakl-clad giant with a
broken nose and two cauliflowe.*
ears was bending over vai
anxiously. Picking me up. to
went on: "The least I can do is
buy you a drink. They say one
of Joe's 'zombies' kills or cures
you. C'mon . let's grab a seat.
Hey. Joe! A rum swizzle fer me
friend here, and tap out another
beer for me."
"Comin' up. Tiger." the bar-
man called and the soldier con-
tinued: "Now we can chin in
peace. Me . I'm Tiger Dolan.
Most promisin' middleweight in
the fight game. I was all set for
a try At the championship when
Uncle Sammy csTlled th'
decision. . What d'ya say your
tag was?"
"Harry Lime . You know.
Tiger, you'd better do something
about that red hair of yours. It
gets you Into too much trouble.'
JUNGLE GIRL
A Slow Smile
He grinned sheepishly. "I get
it." Then, frowning, "I used to
keep fight in' for the ring, Harry,
but since Nugent shoved me
to th* Hyacinth Patrol"
"Who shoved you Into whaiT"
"The Hyacinth Patrol ... an'
Nugent Is th' louse slttin' over
at that corner table with my gal
Lola."
It was like looking into the
face of the Jungle itself, looking
at Lola. She was lush, magnifi-
cent. Her eyes were Insolent
her mouth voluptuously curving
and cruel, her hair the dark red
of ageing blood. She met my
gaze. . slowly smiled.
Tiger said bitterly, "I was
doing all right with Lola till
Nugent moved in. That guy's
fouled me up since boot camp.
Harry. Thinks he's a boxer.
Learned to throw his fists in
military school, I guess.
"I beat the tar outa him In a
camp bout an' he's hated me
ever since. I almost busted with
Joy when they transferred me
to Panama. Looked like I was
gonna make one of th' gun
i lews. Then Lieutenant Nugent
was transferred hereto my
outfitan' he details me to th'
Hyacinth Patrol.
"U's a stlnkin' flower detail
clearin* water hyacinths outa th'
channels so's they won't foul
up ships or breed malarial mos-
quitoes. I Joined up to right,
not to pick posies. An' nobody
knows tt better'n Nugent."
I smiled at Lola. She re-
turned the courtesy with inter-
est. Lieutenant Nugent caught
our pleasant interchange. He
scowled and called the barman.
We couldn't hear what he said.
but we found out without delay,
for Joe came across to us. and
without preliminary said: "I
must ask you to leave. You're
disturbing the peace. The
lieutenant"
Tiger's face went scarlet. He
kicked his chair back.
Swinging his big flats, he
moved forward. But so did Joe
and his bouncers. In no time at
all. Tiger and I were outside.
sitting in the gutter among a
crowd of grinning Panamanians.
Three hours and eight ban*
later I was ready to call it a
night. By now. Tiger and I
were buddies, and we'd arranged
to meet on the morrowbeing
Sunday. Looking forward to a
peaceful shower and slumber 1
let myself into my room,
switched on the light and elec-
tric fanand then I got a sur-
prise. Lola was lounging across
my bed, smiling like a cat that'*.
been at the cream pitcher.
She said: "It isn't very nice to
keep a ludy waiting, Mr. Lime.
I came to apologise about you
being thrown out of Joe's. It
wasn't my fault, but Ross gets so
Jealous especially when you
were with Tiger."
"Let it go," I said. "You're
danger with a capital D. Lola."
She stood up lazily. Then.
amlling: "Want to see me to-
morrow."
"Where?"
"At my place, 23, Villano.
Darkish . About eight? I'll be
waiting. Harry."
ANGER
I Am Accused
Her hand was on the door
latch when the door was pushed
violently open, and the new
visitor was Tiger Dolan. He sized
up the situation quicklyand
wrongly.
"Harry, what's she doln' here?"
he asked, angrily.
Lola slipped past him without
replying. I said: "We'll taka
thai up m due time, sergeant.
Come on in. "I don't Intend to
get thrown out of this place !
NOW. what's your problem?"
Tiger scowled. "I dunno as 1
want to tell you now. Th"
minute I turn my back you're
after my girl."
"Wrong! She came after me.
But Louie the Louse was ahead
of me. Don't forget that."
H i s moon-face brightened.
"Yeah! Nugent! That1* why I
come here, Harry. I just heard
somothin' about him. Somcthln'
I never believed even he'd be low
enough to do. You goltu listen.
Harry. This Is important. 1
think Nuuent's workm' for th'
enemy!
"I'm not klddln'," he went on
earnestly. "A friend of mine
Just came in from the swamps
to tell me. Rita lives near the
old French channel . An' she*!i
bi^ii our splt-an- polish lieuten-
ant goin' to ol" Gibber's cabin !
How d'ya like that?"
"Not too well. Tell me all
about It to-morrow. Tiger."
"Tomorrow's too late. That's
why I'm tellin' you now. I want
you to go out with me first thing
In th' mornln' to Rita's shack.
She'll tell you th' whole story."
"I've never been partial to
swamps. They're damp, dismal
places with nil sorts of nasty
poisonous things flying, and
dithering about. This particular
one was no exception as. In the
dingy hours of dawn. Tiger
laboriously rowed us through
something that was half mud
half glue except for those
cursed water hyacinths.
"Why must people live in such
places;unless they're related to
alligators?" I moaned.
"No rent." Tiger pointed out.
"Squatters, you know. Throw
any kind of shack up. There's
Rita now! Just aroun' this next
bend, Harry, an we'll be there."
RITA
Glowing; Eyes
It was Rita. And. as Lola had
been all jungle, this small dark
Panamanian pnl with glowing
black eyes and fnwn-likc grace
w.i.i u:i.il dawn in this swampland could
hold. She led us up a path that
oozed under my feet and into
k that sheltered her. It
waj bare, spotlessly clean . .
and forlorn. In a milk bottle on
the wooden table, hyacinth*
'I live here with my father."
she said. "My mother is dead.
My father works on the canal.
Hi r-i.- 1 mat Tlfltr, I might never
have noticed an officer like
Lieutenant Nugentor should I
say. I would not have noticed
.: strange about his visits
to Gibber."
"Does he have to row there''"
"No. Gibber's cabin Is land-
locked. You can walk there In
half an hour. 1 first see the
Lieutenant when I am looking
for watercresses. Next time, t
hide- and watch because 1 know
Tiger does not like him."
SUSPICION
Killer's Look
The story rang true to me.
Cartaunly, Nugent* visits to an
obscure swamp hall-wit wan
highly suspicious. I went to 23.
Villano that evening for my
teiidezvous with Lola and to ask
a few questions. But as I stepped
up lon the porch I happened to
panea through the bamboo
Hiraanlllg. 1 saw Nugent was
there already having a furious
row with Lola.
"You're going up the old
French channel again to see
your pal Gibber she was say.
ing. "Bui you're not only seeing
Gibber, are you? You're Just as
interested in that Rita girl"
Nugent hit her across the
mouth hard. "One word from
you about my visits to Gibber "
he gritted, "and I'll"
There was murder in Nugenl's
race as he bent menacingly over
her crouched form.
I somehow sensed a deal in thP
making, but before going after
the business I picked up my au-
tomatic at my hotel. Then !
started for the French channel.
I had got directions on how to
n.Hh (libber's cabin but 1 mode
the mistake of using Rita's cabin
as a landmark. I thought I saw
her flitting In the shadows as I
passed near the place, and then
a rarniliar voice sounded. II was
Tiger He said plaintively; "You
goln' to Gibber's without me"
i mul van mlai ml on MtY tn
at th'kill for anything;."
'T come, too." Rita said
"No. Rita," I told her.' "You
stay here and keep the swamp
iiros burning."
"An" if we don't come hack
in two hours." Tiger added.
"you know what to do, Baby."
SILENT TREK
We Face a Gun
We made the trek to Gibber's
in UlOQCO, The shack looked like
something a lunatic would have
loved. Uroken down. Garlanded
with moss. We peered at it from
the edge of the clearing in which
it stood, while the swamp mado
hungry, sucking noises in the
C. .l.,Mi
.Suddenly, a high, cracked
voice cackled? "Lookin' fer
swamp spirit*, folks?"
"Gibber!" I exclaimed. Then
placaUngly: "We're friends,
come to talk to you."
Then another voice broke In.
"All right. Gibber. You can
bring
Id
"Nugent!" Tiger gasped.
Holding an' army automatic,
Nusmtt stepped from behind the
"You don't know who you're
tied up with, Dolan. Lime has
more crimes to his credit than
I'll ever have."
1 bowed. "But they all pale
beside your hidden profession
Nugent. You're in a position to
serve your adopted country very
well."
"I think so." he agreed.
"Then you should know I
mlflht prove useful to you," I
MMSJMtad
Poor Tiger stared at me un-
believingly. Then he yelled:
"Let nie at that guy!"
Nugcnt's gun came up fast
"Don't make a move. Dolan!
he warned. "Got their guns.'
Gibber? Very well. Bring them
inside the shack."
We went forward over rot-
ting wood Into the cabin. A
match scraped and the gleam of
a lone candle 111
ly. But there was light anongji
to see the contemptuous look
Tiger gave me.
Ignoring him. I said Tlffft
gave me the lead, lieutenant. 1
intended coming here alone to-
night kO make a proposition for
our mutual benefit. 1 overheard
your little scene with Lola 1
thought you might come here
rut."
| -hook hi* be.it tt
a khln smile
"I dont need you. Lime You
would be dangerous. You and
Dolan will be liquidated to-
night."
Still smiling, he pressed a
ronceahtl button. A section of
the wall rolled back. "But know-
you'd be interested in this."
"A secret room!" Tiger gasp-
ed. "Behind that phone % .. .J1"'
"Complete vmli telegraphic
equipment and operator." I said.
"All very cloak and dagger"
All van efficient. Lime."
said Nugent. "At the moment.
the operator is st-nding a mes-
sage to our canier, miles out at
sea, alerting the robot planes to
bomb the Gatun dam."
Trying to sound cool. I asked:
"Just what are your plans for
ua, Uetitan
He laughcil "Dolan Is on the
Hyacinth Patrol, so I thought
I'd drop you boh into the chan-
nel so that you could observe
their root formation .il HoM
range"
WARNING
And a Reset*
I listened to the rhnttermg of
the telegraph kev as it talk'
to t.he enemy canier Then sud-
denly it stopped. A high steady
whine came from the radio re-
The operator tensed, hi- lin-
ger froaon on Um bniiaSniltUni
key. Nugent anapped' "The I
tomatic warning signal' Sor
one's coining. C'los.- the wall'
Douse the light'"
But a louder hall drowned h
words. "Ahoy' Ahoy V"
in tihcre. Sergeant Dolan'"
Tiger roared back; "The Hya-
cinth Patrol . .Come in and
get us. bnddicd!"
The Hyacinth Patrol gut here-1
more than blossoms that night
Nugent and the other enemy
agents were rounded up. the
whole Canal Zone alerted for
attack, the enemy carrier found
and destroyed And all becaus"
little Rita went tor aid the mo-
ment we started for Gibber's
cabin.
DEPARTURE
But Not Alone
I didn't see Tiger Dotan for
a few days. When 1 did. back
in Ptomaine Joe's bur, he was
apologetic.
"Forget it," I said lightly
"After all, how were you to
know I was playing for time?"
"Thethe brasshala bulU'ied
you up plenty, huh?"
"Yes" i grinned. "Most em
barrasslng. As a rule, they aren't
quite so cordial."
He chuckled. Then he said
eagerly: "They're crcaftin' a Hy-
acinth Patrol of the air. tt
guard the canal. An' I madi
the gun crew on one of 'ern, Ai
because of you. Harry. II
never, had friend like you."
He went on in a ru "
will you lie best man at ou
weddin'f Rita wants you, loo
A little wildly I said
sorry, old man. but I'm taking
the next ship out"
Tiger's requot was much
sentimental for me. And yet
aa my ship made its wu
through the locks 1
haor the strains of Lohengrin
A formation of low-flying plant
bearing gignntic hyacinths paint-
ed on their sstt* bui M OUf
ship. It was Tiger Dolan'* last
salute. I raised my hand. .
Sort of sadme. nil alone
the boat going mournfully of!
ino the sunset? But the fact ir.
I was'n't levelling with you
Not entirely.
The fuel is. I wiimi'I ..lone
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Bvtt. Museum;
Company Records III. 115,
:t!3. 493-4. 505.
t! letters (ngfl Am- :
7 'Colonial P<
can History," by C. M.
Andrews. 1934. I. 124; lUf
White Servitude in Virginfc
by J. C. HalUgh, p.21
R. -A Young Squire of the I
s.-MTilii-nth teiitury. by f.1
C. Jeflurson. 1. 257.
p Harbados CO. 306. Pp 16
20. 1885.
10. 'Americm (iovi-ninient and
its PmbU-iii- I > Prof. II
Phillips.
The Judge Asks, -Who Is The Boss?"
by QaaJHUK M U.( OLM
aOaaaVOM
thi: rmomuot oa pomu bj
Lord Kadilulr. Seeker and War
bur. S>. 6d. 110 w..-
TO L1S
W. .l"i jvim i- cm* at 1*
rarest pleasurai
ling in the dock.

the most Import
pa,
in oyr chain aad comuoae our-
wlv I to I
"What r--*ll> arwi
fun- BlaacHi Hi"
opening .
quction hbj stai
tour ol bUJ
:
gdVernimt:'
why: abovi
its irnd restrained by a
tknu?
U.' IhouglH I
( odet.v
passing
aould be
n Iti'prr-
stfntati\'
srflvc- id,' problei
Slfnplv po:es- |( in (i n..,
Consider South Africa :.t thi
moment.
I 'y m.iy dadda to over-
ritjr. "All
lier u> llir HSTkrrs.' may !*
I I Prinzip.
vary,
it fi moi' be well-
ii. -. ,:. .h.. b I fwgd
rthaa iba nileri will i
nl tiHilhlPPs medicaiits ji llu dOOf
Of Uie Welfare Si..'..
i laaliy aifuaaad m
corruptai
I
Lord RaoV im, will hava
luminous
ol politlcsl though:,
from ptatO to MatUiew
Arnold tik. on an
D ttllfia: like
n in ehaptai
ula in India,
It Is not an
It opens with two
entancee.
I (ire )ortn*>d the
habtt of jirniilnu thrir inititu-
lioaa. wMeh are som*ttmes
and of tonorlno (he
i "Oriirfr' of ifirir nSOffi il'hfr'i
dipirb. in the end. fhv
in dnnirer of losino f'irir
r mini brtng left with
i'uliri. ; a rrrulr disas-
out indeed,"
The Middle Claw
TIm raeord of Uie Mttab Jt
work in India is for Lord '
"a classic exumpic of How nun
really respond to tlio atuuulu> i
great uuttiority. lie uses it to
uvmoluh Uu- iioUuo UtaL puwai
i .il tlbrCs
of those who enjoy 11and to
veall to lluir ii'llow-counlryincii
'i. aaaMa of Dsan wim ifaould
never be nTrajfittan Malrnlm. w-
phioatona, the Luwrences. Nichol-
klfa, etc.
A band of men chosen arbi-
trarily, and mainly from tho
tsritiah middle clas. who went
into voluntary exll<- in .i .stianne
country, were offered llailgai.
immense responsibility--and $
; aca.
rhiy found 'hi nidw of work
:iini duty around us i nil ii at I have navi i fall bafor
or since." They died fOUng,
'(;rlcf has made liini." (lAwrenect
"gi*y and worn, but it became
bun like tha atari of battle."
but, gtnee It is plain that powei
bj-. oftan baan gbu ad, where a
we to Hint the mi
lug ourselves .igutnM ., tyrant?
EvH Men
. In making sure that he is the
right kind of tyrant, iaM Plato
UtVi *->
(Hi ..,..
._.iiiiij wai . BPgUi *
.
Da elOOU in-"
In. UaUied ^.-.> SOIU>m.
3"US
Li.iusli have icJi Hit waoiTii^4
i chance, a II
itched ovei <^i
And where, at We Od ol ti>.-
voyage, after ail UM M N
itty conversation wnicli h-a
iiidden much learning anil nt
thought where does Lord Rad-
aright) that Uiu ultimate aale-
eilffl bung hi> ship lo ,
Provocative
The wise pcop., %Ti '
r. ;ikmg, gad HnBtXinja an
jiisloeracy.
The Evening Standard Boon
oi the Month ha acuti i> loplcali
sylth -i precise touch on :
- n.ltive nerves of our world. Jt
...lords us the pleasure ^of hear-
ing B provocative, distinguished
talk**-Mid. perhaps, the further
ul i aijli of dies anting irom hia>
lt u toexesssabeg tnat ixfo
,. i.ilnV. pulili^her* h;ive, an
,. jacket, mia-apelt his school
.1 mis-dated his birth
w
. i \ Two is( i aoa Dry Olngar Ala
/ 1 ...CaaadatDt) ...irkling
. bever.,, ^ fet iuivitk it tlnnking r.-
i>sanaa at Pin-PoJai Caattaaeciaa
givet Hem the Ihi>k Utiing li\eline*i
that mi' al *p*Iohk I*"ik<-ii|omiuiii
BUY
THESE
OUTSTANDING
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(KINKI.KD SHI IK
K.i*p. Navy and (irey
MOSS (KKI-K
(irey. Apple Gun, Blue. Heine
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and (.uld
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rfm&ica's Ffsf &m 1
KMBOSSKM (KKPK
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SUNDAY, MAY 11. 1952
SUNDAY ADVOCATE
I'M.I THIRTEEN
HENRY
BY CARL ANDERSON
FLINT OF THE FLYING SQUAD .
BY ALAN STRANKS & GEORGE DAVIES
BLONDIE
BY CHIC YOUNG
FLASH GORDON
BY DAN BARRY
JOHNNY HAZARD
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SUNDAY, MAY II, 1S2
TILEPMONI MOB
DIKD
I oa lb) lath. IBM. i
realdenr* Diamond Vall*.
PMNp. Bllraheth Weehr- Ac
veqrt Th* funeral will leave
Wtv r*.Bdence al tt iim <
lUrnoM lot Brulah Melhw
Church, BL Philip and thence
Mlv Trinity Church. St Philip
Carolina R*r* .daughter". T.
and Anhtan Rlr* .grand-child..
11BSS
THANKS
FOR SALS
AUTOMUriVF
<..ia*e
lull*
fill.l W, .inrercly thank all those who
ml wreaths cards or otherwise rs-
pressed ihetr a-mpathv in ua. In our
recent lrp..mni( due In the death of
our dear Father and Husband Char Ira
("I GUI
Mra Sad* GUI IWIbi, Anic* Jot*..
Oouglas GUI II ' St In
RaDFoRD THICK 7.W- wheMbae*
afB IHal Ml*
Um III V.a t'uii Car. M
afcwg order. No r
ler refuted Mile Quart*
CAR
is ordi
119
IB4S Ford Bui
i ,1 m .* i'.-.. ptfj
I I ft, j
IN MEMORIAM
IHRIII ia lav ins memory of my
dear beloved hu.band Mm
Who * shot by hit rouHn on the imh
Miv. 1HI
[had but not forgotten.
I do Ml need n special .1.
T bring iw In iv mind
Th* days I i think of .vou.
Are van hard to And
Ever lo be ramaanbrrrd by ra wife and
.hlhJren Una Brcklea iwlf*>. Dm is
*u*rt rdna. Arlrnr. mbit, Knll.
EaWnor. Cld*. Kilda laliler-m-law
D*VVt>*/-^in lovti.g i..... i ol "
dear beloved friend who departed On
Ufa on tin Ma>. 1M1
"Gone but nm forgot len""
Till mrmor) fade, ai-d Mr depart.
You'll live forever in my heart
Ever to be rrm-nbftM >> I
n s w in

___r beloved wile Mln-n Q
Deep In our haaria Ua a picture
Mori- prceMua lhan silver or told
The picture of ml dear wife
CAJtJ
elmo.1 Ilk*
toll- A Co
ondMlon Price
..." h5b *m
Who.
.....
Bvar to br ramambacad by her hueband
Albert. Florrni*. Louise. Naomi..
idaughiersi. Samuel. Claud*. J*me.
Clayton rami, Midi*
-In lovlnf
iwothei and giandi
who departed Ihi. I
Ml
God aa* th* mad
Minnie'
i May. Itivi
getting fOUg
cUmb
Ha g*ntl* cleared har sleeping eves
And whispered peace b* V!"!,_,
SOfllBa In loving nvamory oi I
William Hoar
Today bcinga back sad macoortaa
i)na yrar lovrd nna want lo at
And Ihoaa who think of him today
Ara thoaa who lotd him baat
Claudi'ia imoihar), Owandolina (at
tan, Jtoy l-ont, InUl Uihwdi.
i of 1
'illi-
| Mr., r lh-1 I
RiMir.N1 tn lovln
Ulvliuraton Hm-
IH* on May. lit
Ona raar hna
dap.
Whan ona w krvad w tailed a
Tta blow M hard, th* hock aa'
Wi little Inn- daalh u na"
li.,i onlv wo who hnva loal can
Tha pain erf pailuw ltli-Ail t-rr
rvf, to be rri**Ted by Mr* CUudln.
l^atrn iraotheri, Gwendolyn Roajer
an>n. HOJ >alt. Ii"d Nuiae and -arr.e
K-a-r.oid. .fnond.'. Krui and Ort-J'
llvna* .owaHiuu. II t.M-tn
ill AuiUi A r> fi, :.,\.
Telephone 4AS1 D V
. Lid. HSHIa.
CAfa'' M Q Coupe in pcria^
order. Apply NewtaaUe PlanUllon. Si
John. SO u I f n
( AH OM ihi h
IXne .aoa milen
Cn.i.le HU in alter haul.
CAK Morrla Ocford Par fee I ion
ioa: mllaarfai UH. Talawhona Ot*
MASUV HARRIft THAtTtJrU. boot
rut raquiramanU ol thai t Popular Tra*
rra Now. i Whoa I and half-Track' Ula
U Coinaiy Oarage
one rnnwoN miiTY vanCi
kM T paaaaniara or 1', loin col
miloa par gal Appi> McDonalc
k-aly Dial DO ! Roabuck Ktreal
t i ::
TWUCK-On* ill J>lon AwUn Truc-
Apply D.V SCOTT A Co. lid. Wall.
Park Road
M4U-1 I ii
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paoule Phoitr- J Ml l( lrilnr.le.1
ILMI l>
LI VEST IKK
HR(X)I) MAIIF H HIIIINO HORMt-
Sound mar* raced aa "May loch'
Schooled lor polo. !!
310 o can be arrn llalantvna plantation
JT 4 U~< '
COW One (laurnaay
Ird calf Apply P
.i-ila Qap. SI Michael
Can
Avmr KITTKNS
POULTRY
i n i.i'iii
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(award offered on returnlruj umr it
oral* Advertlatru] Depl
d si *
KilJJAHK nedlord Avenue, |r
Marnaal 2 mlna. Vachi Club. Prom |aa
llth June lo *I.t Da.en.be.. well
luralafurd bun*alow verandah, draarUm.
dlnlnai. tiudy. S double bodrocawa
arae. JW.
rant Tel.
II.SU In.
I'llHII M.IIIIS
I I MIHI l III. HI I d-l'B
Th* Kro'indi will be rarn for pr.-clio
I Iran Monday Ibh May
E D. irrZI-ATKICK.
NOTICE
i bnvttnl rot
I M and aiiea. For
Infon "! aM I lha *- nrlary
NOTICE
II i>) -l li.li l r
ISin I" te JI>1 M.y IBOIh
Tlu- OnVa ol Ih* Paro-
|v from Bam to 11 a n
vv :,c -n
! ~ i.l TV" ...rn.
I l-MHu
It : M -i
NOTICE
..i -
rr and roof.
,. de il coal. ...
-land II may be n.....in
Bo acalc all or part of etael .Iruetur*
before applying Balnl
Ml i.ach th* i.nderalned
' c i ll .1 neon A Coi Office not lalor
AaaoriaUon doea not bind llwlf
r*pl the lownl or an' i. ml. r
THE BARBADOS CRICKFT
AfoSOCIATION
W. P. HOVlH,
Hon. Sacty.
II5H-
OM IIKM
IW Navy
irnrahae) All iMvrnlat
William*
rtcs
StJSi
r .ir den Reasonable
l-NRAIaJW -Modem fur
wm on st jam** Coaai,
i toikrt* and balha. running
I'hed n--iiuta-
3 badrooma,
na4 ., ,, y
i. LMal
FVeWISfBaD ROOMOn lha rufede
m re n l. Phono MOi
II M-t f n
FARAWAY -81. Philip eoaot, | bad-
ODm*. Pully fumlaried Llajiuni Plapi
aatenaull auppiy Doubl. Car Hort. (wo
.crvaol tOMna. rroaa May lal. PkanM
10.4.Wi.f.n
HUDt-Mf. STwhE AND OFTlCEaV--**.
* to,a .nd two Office* at No 1
tteer Applv to c L. NMholh
Swan Street i u a.
HBWHAVBW Crano Coaaat. w..
roaa^. rwii* furnlahad. UabUna riam,
Haiermm eupply. Doubl* Oara*f three
eervani rooma For May and don. Or
UlPOr l*t I i . e 44 7"
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SHIPPING NOTICES nZZT
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ROYAL NETHERLANDS
STEAMSHIP CO.
III I \IION XI
thr
I tlkl-T (HI mil |.|H | (|t Ml I III
M ""-I
aVfTRANCX EXAMINATION. IBM)
Application, for entry lo the BMMnH I
el-mer. IBS!, muat be tnade ~n
o*.i-l foraa which can h* oMalnod
Vhool nn Mfidoya-Prlrt-v. balwari
am uid 1 H m
J B inn and II rear*, a morrlh* an the
t of neptoanber ItrVI
The inuince auminaUon will b* hold
it me School on Friday, uih J.in*. MSB
it a m Thar* will be no aceorn-
nodalion at th* School '. Para." M
iuardlana an thai da>
Apporatlon forma muat ho returned to
he Headrmatrt-aa not Inter than rvid.-.
mh M'. IBM
ii > at -4V
4LIIUMM tCaOOLRARKAlMiH
n h i
A Gradual* praferabi/ m MalhcmaUci
-lo teach Cdu. atiem-OiBUAaiT l**el-*Undard a>
in.
alary. For Plr-t
IMnBlirB t
i tn i
SI.US rMnt by W
i i. VTi to ea.jM plu
B for a rtaajnM
ana or CarUnVaU
.. i.iii
uli.N KUP-W.
V '.2 I
A GAZEon the
fullv futnUbad. ir.cl
r-f.nerator. lor Jur
for fmiher informi.t
. Maxwell. Coa-I
iiing telephone and
r. 'Ktobrr onwarda.
a DW MM
^_________________ t I M3n
TRINrTY COTTAOEFull, r\iTBaBh*d
m.ee bodrooma. complete with HE
pnone and refrteeiatof. situated at
Darrlrb* Bay. St Jamoa. Phon. MOB
NOTICE
fur .ne or more
VtJb I i:>' lorQanj MMJ Id rl DM II
Micha*ra (ilrl.1 School ..r the annual
value of t.% will be lacMvcd by lha
Midwsisiwd Uf to tOth M-1-. IBM
ApLiui.t. nmil be children ol
parlahloners in itralUncd ciicumaiancf*.
not lent than % >e*ra of age or more
ITaVj l >'ra on Seplcmber Snd IBM
A ll.tpiun.ul CcltlAcale mutt be
.Miy-tirdnl with the Applirauon Form.
which may be oMalnad from Parochial
r r. pilgrim.
parochial Ttoamrer.
bl Thocas
10 laJ.i
WUjTaBLOw. CatU. Waah. B.th.h*b*.
For th* moniha of Jur.*. Octobee. Mo,.
"r and December Apply to Mrs.
r (.oodlfut. Slrongh^pa. SI Thomaa,
Ming UOt 7 SS-tn
Public Ullicial Sale
I , -' 1"
jt U.r hour of 2 o
till he old al my orTle* In
bidder for any sum not
U B 9 .....
No one can fill ynur varanl place
rv-or Ui br rernembered by his lovtiit
ihiktrc l-wr-nc*. Wifbart iSonil.
fwf RESTS In hrvlnt memory of our dear
rnoUkfT aWna Skeete who fan tBlaop on
m->. nth i".-^ our ^^ m w
'?na
MACHINFS -Addlni Machines, Typ.
wntora. Car ula ling machines. Uargai.
In second hand machlnoa- itandai
Cnderwk-1 typeurlle. tTO SB Oiiglm
Odhnor Calculator USD op. Earrlr
Adding Marhlne BUD BO Hradshaw
Compan' II t toW
RAIJr.IC.il 4-speed nic.cle w
ENGINK Apply Marshall A Rdwai
Carat*. Roebuck Btrorl. SI HI
WHEEL STHAKES: rbrduce Tract.
Wheel-apin BBaMtMBftslb In .leak f.
Masaay-Harna Mod TMD for othi
GOVERNMENT NOTICES
DATH OF MR. TOM 01TTEN8
InlormoUon ha% bfsen recvcd
from H.M. Conaul, Htvtna of Uu-
detlh in Cuba on \6tb April. ih^2
Of Tom Gittens. n native ol Barbu-
d0B- ll.B.Ba-ln.
Income Tax Notice
AU. CEHSONS who h.vf not
yet tubinlttpd their iBcorot 'x
returns for year of iiiMmcnt
1952 iskcvI i" d" to without deity.
N. D. OSBORNE,
Commissioner of
Income Ttx and
Death Duties (Aft)
4.5.522n.
ORIENTAL
PALACE
HEADQUAKTKFS FOR
BOCVENIBS
rmOU INDIA. CHINA 9
CEYLON
THANI'S
Pr. Wbl Br. H. Dstl **
MISCELLANEOUS
ajsTIQUBt o mrmrr daaoni
dlaaa, CUDS, old Jswela, tn* f.
Wstsrcolours Barry bonta, v.|n. il
l.apha etc at QorrlruMa Aniiqi- Si..
HlldBlBlal Royal Vacbt Club
lt.tt-t.fr.
Iluale at Ken.
JJBj M
UuttllUl
tB-jraiB-d atJ&% in.j
The wh.ile area <>l land to SIX HVN-
-HFIi ANp TWa7*TV^^DO'^*M
for a raculaod
1..-M.-..!.-
For Oraat-anaa
In tl.TIt and OM
SHI p.. annui
*>ach*r'- Daft
*4#l *lll.
A Cost of Ltrhst AUowaacsi il
payable al prevailing i-tei Th*
f.on on th* B*.ary Scale wu
decided by taarhifif espaikno Iftc
n a how anew for War Service
Th* post la ponatonabie undor ih.
Tr* he. I'enoton Ad No LBBll BawBlBBal
^:s p..'-"le knit the minimum qua il-ir.s
period la ten year. Service al Al
School i. counted a* Quallfvtnr
Enf I lah T*ac h*r s Supe r a nn ui
Pa*wgr riurain to li-i l>uu .1 e.
p**duig JD0 win b* paid atsiti'i
appropriate voucher. A term'a long
leave la grunted eve.v art
-eqiie.l. but Up lo the pretenl no passage
none. M available for leave, altha'aah
thai la now under coriaideratioii
ApplkraUona together with lhr*e rcocnt
tcdLmonlals. th* names of two Reterse*.
irauld b* sacit by airmail to
The Headraiatt***, AJauadra S*hooi.
Si*'(hi vtown. Barbadoa. B W I SB
arrive nol later lhan 1Mb July, ISM
4 i Sttn
!e sandra
A.! i
I BACAO
riKiMUinu
- .. tn.
Th* M V CACIQUE DEl-
CAJUBB will accept Cargo and
Psaasraawrs for St Lasrla. Orei.-
ada and Arub* Psaaenger. only
for SI Vine*** Sailing Today
The M V CAMJSJaW will arcwaA
and Pdlawgari tor Dora-
Aitl.ri*. Mentis, rot Shrews
Bailing Frldao-
B.W.I. UHUOMI UWSlll
AttOClAllON .INI.
CsMlgaai T.i. tttl
Canudiun National Steamships
suit
t Ml
. KUIStR
CAMAIHAN V' .NtTKUCTOR
LADY RODNEY
CANADIAN I H.M 1XNGER
LADY M.1JBON .
(ANADIA-.
I-AHV IK
Si-
ll May
I M.
13 May
t May 1 June t June
11 Juno IS Jun*
4 June O June- M June
1 July S July
_ II Jutv IS Jur.
I July July m JoW
LADY NaTtJBON
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CANADIAN
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II tula U. a I real
IS May ft May
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THANKSGIVING SERVICE

Th* "l4v*ae} Cornel lodge X
BJH Rrtdgetown" House
hold of Ruth Nn MM and Th*
Evening Bt-r !d.- Mt M I
Of The Grand United Order i,l
Odd Fellows
Will b* boldlrat their annual
Thank .giving Vni.r at the i
Lodaw Room.. Bay street on Bun-
day llth Ma> IBOl beginning ..I
S BS p m Kmdnrd Lodgra
friends arc atked M .Herd
M Hymn Book*
St David'siluinli
Annual Bazaar
Al THE \t\\ l'WH.Kis
SAKCilANTS VII LACK
SATURDAY.' 17TII MAV
To be ooencd by
Mix ROBERT lllUIIMii:
At I ii in
Polic* ltend |n nVMMMMsVM
By the kind permission of
Col. Michel in
MANY ATTRACTIONS
ENTRANCE:
CHILDREN hi!
Minis i/.
r.u ilion on dm Reato from
Town and olht-t scclloii-. vi
Christ Cbnrrh. (Roate 1|>.
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GARDINER AUSTIN & CO,, LTD.AgenU.
la nlen
Phone SUV morjiln
Miv,,
IS S>
IM Ill.lt' KALES
The Truth in
Your Horoscope
Would you Ha* io know what 'hr
tar* tndlcal* foe you T Would you like
, u.l free the ahUl of Pundl
idla'a moot faiaovo_ AttroiogeT wi
i..:. I i. i'nee
AUCTION
.' Inalruetlnna received from Ule
liiroi..r of Department of lllgltwass A
Tienerport I win t up for Sale by public
-athxn at their Yard on Tutoday the
Mth betflnnlnt at 1 p m the following
"'<"*->*> Shovels. HOB. BUlket..
4*i Sheeting Fork.. Atrlcultut..1
Foiks. itati Nlael Brooms. iSSi Pick
an*, i4tdi Baaa IliomK. itti Wheel
Barrows. 7i> Small Rakes. MSI Paint
ihra and aoveral other uen..
D-AIBCY A SCOTT.
Govt. Auclionrcc. Dut. "A"
1 InalrixUont of Ihc
In-, i rants Coni-
n-iir win sen si in* General Motor
Rua Coy .NEUsoN STREET .j. FIUDA 1
IMh at 1 p in one IBM AUBTIN A-4-'
^'as'lBia CAM *'***** "> Occident
n Arnirn Mckestesb.
Vaacthnwoi
II .> -4"
UfD M.HTV-TllREE CENTB ..
KUached tntt Jsm-s Chrl-ioph.r O.i
etir tor and ton
... :
A purchaer
fa
T HEAWJtY.
, Of
.j|
im ir-ij< SALES
REAL ESTATE
AORICHJLTVRAL EQUIPMENT MaM
Bay HarrH and other equipmenl includ
n.g Oraaa Rakes. Gra*. LdaBoBtl Pact
tier ahstrituiocs. Bagsas* Spreode-,
In sultoble har applvlng nil.. !>.
Mud. Ashes and Pen Manure, and bUm
Tvnoa Implvmenla Court asy (i. i.i,-.
Dial 4ol* |0 1MB.
RUt.ni* Purple Ground Orchid llulb.
II I
I:
nUSINBSS REQI!IRKMIlNT!t II.-.
enl safes, cabinets, presaes. deak-. fan
.|>ewrllsr*. adding nvnchlnes. and oUi<
flic* and busliiesa iroiilren.eiil, K
(unto A Co. Ltd. Lower Blond Stnrd
hfii tits s t*-ii
isllUas snd slic
CAUNTIC DENCIIS
CAMERA One III Rollrlcord Canter
Uh Fit X*nar coated lense. syn
Lionised for fla.h. coniplate will
.rryint rase. SIM OB.
Pour <4> daylight developing tank'
d u.table from tt m.BB. to Sit. St BC
Th, ,
Mrsu. OBCAS i limn ii.ui i'i
SMtTB A MAROI.U NURBS
. .p..-.. as Tsnssnlsl
remind >u ol their
ExiDrsion & I'iniii
l SAT .-Ilk N
... Wll THMiat I
rmslr,
aralsa
Music by C II Hri.wnr'
Buaes and l.tiri.- leave T
Square. Codnnglon and
Hill at SAB, via Tumi
Between Bl sad SIB let
M..I.. aad Rontba lla
BAR PRIZE. EXCL'RSUIN PRIZE
REALTORS
LIMITED
15) 152 toebuck sttet
Ol I Mts voi
The only avuilable spot of
land on Rockier Beach
Bpprnximatel;. 5000 sq. ft,
overlooking iho beach
bounded by < natural
twimming pool und two
public roads.
Bletantly bo I tod for errr-
tlon of ultra mad.tn
Hunjcaluw.
One II
B BB)
I i.iuV .'.-
1 ne Mil
meter Stln
ULtrrnV I,
i -, 3 E
U Wr omce. No 11 NlLh Uttt*. or,
iday the Iflth May at 3 V m >-
km.- A*enu*. Bsllavllls. wlUi
d attached conUlnlna B.7IB -quar,
t. The house rontlns Drawing m
Mng H.Mims, I Bedroonsa, Klirhen and
,ai otVc.. Insasclloai on applicauon U
Ulbb.it a al the house on lutaua.-
and Fridays batwec. t aJB. tayl 8 p m
COTTUt. CATFORD A CO .
Solicitors.
AM m
HOUSE. One new alt.active bn-rd and
huulle houa. M II I. >W S)
i*f (VBBatn Wlndosra and dours.
oacther Wl1h WoU -r-t .crews
.ii.
ek field. Foul Bay
LAND Issaulifully slluaW
La.ll Ter.ac*. with w-.iar.

Iron* tttl___________________
PrVOFratTlFS For rwulb
uvlnt or m
.1 4t. Tt.dor ir**t
UNDER THE DIAMOND
HAMMER
By Instructions received I will aaU at
the housa called "OrmondvlU*", dtuate
Rush Hall on Wadneaday nsat 141h
beginnint al II at p m collection ol
Kousetiotd furniture Including Mahog
Cabinets, runlnt m..,,, ch.ii.. Hush hot
torn Chairs. Carpet, Chest ol Drawers,
Natira|. Bedstead. Mirror. C.rnel
"the. items ml Inlereat Ternn Caa
D-ANCY A SCOTT.
'..I,
I S3- 3n
Auclloi
UNDER THE DIAMOND
HAMMER
ip for Sale by putaK ci
y Ofrlca Middle Street
h In-taut nt I p.m. that
ll property known
-. situate at the Crane.
i piope.ty which occupies
uUful poatllon. near tlv.
nd which Is continually
. - (i in r.
CrflBka Hoiel.
'iinitAd bt> ie
Midah on iw.
DARCY A. 6X701*.
Ii...i Estate Agen! A Ai
UI WI
I 1
ii d*mi. I-..
RETURNED
rECIL JEMMOTT
to inform his Cut
LotTMM that he hat removed
frn.n KNIGHTS Bulldln.
Iim;i(l StiL'-t. to more com-
modious premises at 48.
Tudor Strei't, fcrinirly oc-
i-upiitl by WARD'S DKUG
STORE. He Is carrying on
ESTATE & COMMISSION
AGENT, as well as dealer
and teller of I'Uimm. ToUet
ReqabRes. and all matters
r.(TfvII:ii; Household i-equirt*-
rttMi
lilrplii-nr No. 4MS is un-
.., bnd
CECIL JEMMOTT
W. IwUfM.
REALTORS
LIMITED
OFTEBS YOU
ONLY
THE BEST IN
PROPERTIES
Rcnl EtBte Agents
Auctioneers
Valuers.
131/152 Roebuck St.
TfJephone 41*00
ia By yoursalf. No
A'trologicsl Work.
ivalage etc.. bul send I/- In Vlrillah
PustaJ Order for stationery, tcatin.onlali
and Other Interestlnt literature. You v.111
be amaied at the remarkable accuracy
of his i laic menu about you and voir
afTalrs. Writ* now a. thia oS*r may not
b* mad* again Addr*M: PUNDIT
TA*ORE. iDWpl SIJ-Di. Uwptr For|eR
Street. Bomhay id. tndia. Poalase lo India
REALTORS LIMITED I
REAL ESTATE
AGENTS
FOR SALE
UNDER THE SILVER
HAMMER
UN TUESDAY llth In nnh- of
rchdeacon Hhankl-nd wc will Ball
Furniture ..I VprnamT 3rd Am
Oood EH
In a Hound i Bldeboen
and ( n.hi.ii.
Si'inl Your tYnI>T* f6r
ftlf.ll.VW/ai SHEETS
AND
fiVfI.Vf.V#.' 3tET.lL
To. I I VI II ll I MI'OIUI >I
Corner llroad a Tudor Streets
'. .'.*,*^-,-,'rrt^av>r*iita-. t
rtalRfj
II .
Th* abo*e property wi" to?**"**
ii sale til I pm. *n Friday, lain May.
at at h* ofBc* of the underdained
Swing Sunday. May llth ... SK
'Zu Jul'y1' l.'"ro. lurth.V P-n.cu
"" "cil/TTlJE CATFORD A CO..
"* """ l>4*-4.
Tables, Book
.i.l Up'lEhl
Cro-l.., Mir ll.lstand. Double End.
Belle* all In Mahi.gnny Baromeler
Aniiu-.ir Curved Cabinet and Upright
Chairs, uphuia: Chair.. ElecUol*. very
nirc Divan iCouCh or Bed'. goad
, ..pels. ISitsnslon Oak Table,
and Chairs. Verandah Chairs, Electr.c
C-ch. Violin. TypewTiUr. Dcs* Chair.
and Uook.. Gla.a and Chi
I on LMXE
MISCELLANEOUS
DBrmar aad Tea Service-. Plated W.
H< Tew Service, tpoona. Fork.. Ftoh aad
l>,it Knives Ac Braas Candle-tU-fca
Va-ea Ac. Culler) Eaeclrlc aUngerB
Sewlnf Machine. Mir -Pre-se. Bu.e-i
l-sd.tead Vono Sp'lng all In Uahogan
Deop Rle*p IHii'l-n-lllai MBIire
HllUIlt. Iron Bedatead. TtunllB and Bt
Case-.. 3-Bu.ner Oil Stove Lavrde... II
Plate. Kltcrn Table*. Large Fla.i
|.aw i. Mower. Crotona in Cemmenl pi'
Uric Palms snd many other item.
Sale II St o'clock Term. Caah
BBANKBB. TBtirMAN t CO..
HAWA1AN DSB.K1N l-RINT SPVS
Uwolulel. new In the market Suitable
or skirts and ahlrta Only ll to
.id Thanl Brothers US SB
HOL'SEHOU> lUJUIl-WENT of
IcetriMlon Owen T Allder, I1B Rus
itreet Dial StBB 10 9 .it- -t
Mrs
^^^R9j
stOSTDA CIOAHXTTE ROl III;
raw or small riaareties. No skill
butlng one til
" *
. .1
i .'.ii h
MOHQtITO NETS II.-d- made
aaprlM q,,ali.v double tl M nwllu
f tt Limited q.uintllv TI1..1.1 BewBaV
I'l-.STICR -- An unlimited quanlit.
. Iff S< 41 M S4 S3 NI.
up to 14 B4 MM, Aprons (Lit up.
R-.1I...-.1. B3 AH UnpoiW. V '
Kirnalanl Swan SUeet IIin In
PRIMUS STOVESDo nol accept in-
ferlor ubsUtutes v.hl. siv. 1-
ervlce Th* mime IVInius la guaranty
of ipe.lni i| ..in
have one New repair service !""
....1 a bland new "-
trie repairs to your old tOV r.i.(
in your old alovc today la
lor a brand new outfit Rradaru.w A
11 S St li
.e.nng our Hock of MGU
Bar TOn Dollar*, tour
chose*. A. BARNES A CO LTD.
1 Itt I n
, 1 rjotena ' Qualities
aulUble tor all Uste and _"*
children and grown upa *'>'*
,nd mateilaU Thanl "'"""I"
designs 1
ubsrfibe n. 10 lha Dally Tsisgrapk
England", leading Dally Newtpape, no-
arrlvint in Barbado* by AW only a raw
dsya after publication In London Cot.
tact- Ian Gale, c o Advocate Co.. Ltd
steal R*pr*B*ntaU*, Tel "_ ,
"va^T^Obm 111 aJRO awjjaai Oak Tat -
apply P. V. Scott A Co Ltd While
park Road 1 t.M-l I a
Aa.Usi
. 9 M-
WATIMCS Ju.
I I1..I

Iff
....tch*. with lbs labsst -ROTOMAT1C
vtlndlnii av.tem. ala.. In >tock "nil
1,1 M 3S up Obl-loable at
A L Walkh*. Jeweller. Cor Jamas and
*treet* Tele
1 tt -fa

ACICT International Tornado Yachi
t can IS> Mallai.l II fi wltn morna
en sine and mm plat*
\ \ciit to n 1
HM PrkM SLIM
SI-I4 or Ilcdlflusl.-n
Carlton Club
will be open
Gelling Up Nights
Makes Men Old
Gaitinc up alfhta. burning
lion of orapina, -hitlah dls.-h.n'a.
dull ache at baaa of spins, griln
and lac palna. nsrvousnaaa. wsak-
nsaa and loaa of manly vigour are
cauB..| by a dlaaaa* of ihaVr.*ials
Ol^nd In men). To overcotna th troubles
In 14 hours and qtilekty restore
vigour and hanlih. lass lha new
ecieritin.- dlB.ov.ry called Ropans.
No matter how lonE you hare Buf-
fered Roflena la guarantsed to aat
'mi right, relnvlgorala your Proa-
tat* Gland and make you feel It Be
CO yea.s v. ungei or tnonay back. Qat
toaani from raw .hemlst Tm
uorar.i.c pi .le>la r-d._______^___
-'.III Mill.
t*>vei' Stone House cop
.psialrs three bedrooms,"
ivlacrnom. dim... ,,--.
ind batha. one with Tub bath
ind hot and ,
aiwiislalr. J mare rooms, kllcli. 1.
ind shower rm.m Standinf on
Brill BV fa I A. IB......1
1bn.1t IOB vard. (,..ni OiW. Ilearh
BB| <'. ippolnlmenl only
111 M. VI ti*\-
iff room, kit 1
led bath Stand liur on
appro.nnsielv HOW ,. .
Of land Situate jt llhi-
i.nd ..pproslmalely tta ynrds from
th.- famoUB Rock lev Be...'
Bungalow ha, never I- 1

.'d ....
'
Roc klu New Road on apprux
(linalrlv IB.OU11 *uu,ue feet of Upd
Marniflcent slew of Golf Course*
Three bedroom<. dTaWBtd
dlnkai room. Kllchrn l>o%.nvuir,
Uaraae se.vant room with ball,
and toilet, and enough room f-i
i.uruiiv , BBJtatri.....
At Vontnur Builduig
Three 1..1 -
dining room, modern
toilet and bath All built
boards Very close lo Ooll i
TR* laat available wot at thai
very pop 11 In 1 rrstdmlial area
CHIBCRIIJ.
Mai well! coi
I ied mo m with running
ronullnation d'awing
room, modern klu hen. Intlet and
bath Good residential area
Eicellent sea bathing A w.unu
itment si Ike v.-i
Esu.tr
Raad. Thrrr
pin.
ARE YOU INTERESTED IN MAKING
MORE MONEY?
IF SO IV'till.I. VOW FOR OWE OF
1 1.1 SI i III RSES
Archi'.eciun.l Dr.iunhlsmanship
Building and Dcsisn Course
A M S K (Civil. FJec., and
Mec.j
Automobile Repulrmiin's Course
I 1 Iii-stallatioo and Wir-
ing Course
General Electrical EnglnevrlnR
Course
General Cerlillcate of Educa-
tion
General Agricultural Course
Insurance Practice
St Ictm a n th 1 p
Petroleum Tcrhnoliagy Course
Selioot Certlnratr Course
Special Book-keepini. Bnd
Accountancy
Forestry
Ratng Servicing Maintenance
and Repair Course
PrivaW SffcrBtaryship
' 1 for full particulars if course Is not mentioned
Write I.. ---------------------1------------------.
CARIBBEAN EDUCATIONAL P0BT C0UP0W TO P.O. BOX
INSTIII II
P.O. BOX 307, P.0.8.
for:
111.11 Inji INSTITITE OF
I ' II t II A KKITISH
ri'TtHtlAI. 1NSIIH IK.
LONDON
307. P.OJI, Trtnlatfl
MM send me R9V Book.
BkHBS ........
Addreaa ............
-ubjeel *e Career *f lal*.eat
A* ..........
Partly ston*
nd Uth
living
a large ... I
awns* m. 1 un.g ( .
Iv lOaat aquarr feet
fTlls house Is *WnT Oloae
mouB Hotkle, Beach
WINDWARD CRHMT
(LIB
NOTICE TO MEMBERS
Members are hereby noti-
fied that the grounds u-l'l
b open for practice on
Tuesday 13th May.
N. C. THORNTON.
BtnVtUl )
9,5.523n.
bath. alUChed. dli.
east Standing on 4
is acre of land mm
Hall Terrace
. I'. .!-..- 11 I. I -
allery Government wi.l.-i.
.:e.ir- :..hi hMMUad tBtaaata .
Ccdrtntion Hill. St Michael
CBATTJU. BOISE
One roof chattel house it 9
with hrd-roof It a 9 and hllchen
Int. all attached, with oul-
d partially lllllna
S"dm paling. im rented Ifind
REALTORS Limited
REAL ESTATE AGENTS
AUCTIONEERS
VAMTtRS
111 1SS Roeb..ik Street.
"-'daartowa.
pnu..e I -
>ss.'.*,;'*.'.;;-
THERE IH NO TOMORi J)WPORT TODAY I
#1 # if ro-
THt; WORLD'S BEST RUM-
Guaranteed 5 Years Old, stored
In Wood. This B "Mrd. b-rttled and anid only by
Ot, \ i word Kutnrx." >- reatttered any person infring-
tbit TTBdt) Mark will be slHctly ptosajcuted.
We ajlgo m-U 1.11 the a.thet; Well-known Brands of Liquor
und Llquuurt auch as:
GORDONS GIN.
SEVERAL MAKES OF WHISKY.
FlNOI-\TErlS AND IlENNESSYS BRANDY
LOUIS RXEDEK AM) DRY MONOPOLE
CHAMPAGNE
We even stock - -
HENNESSYS 40 YEAR OLD BRANDY.
Iluiin,. is nol only soft and mellow, but goes down wdth
iilh, rich tasta? when drunk by Itself with no after
faflBJStt.
It for Cockli.ils, Plantftrs Punches and other
.red l no use tulklnn Or veil writing about it. Taste it.
Try a bottle right away and lie convinced.
II It *> in Kip.. Pints ;md Quart Bottles by:
A. E. TAYLOR LTD.
COLERIDGE STREET.
they are no Parking Problems.
And where
U HIGH
And
Prices are LOW.
PLEASE DIAL: 4100.
JOYCE
HUTCHINSON
EXPERT HEMSTITCHING
Bulton & Buckle Covering
Butlon Holes
Modern St Fashionable
Dress Decorations
Begs to inform her many
customers Ihnt her olllce
removed irorh 1st Boor Col-
lins Lid., lo Knights' Phoenix
Pharmacy (1st floor). En-
trance from Prince William
Henry Si.
9.5.52. 2n.
REAL ESTATE
JOHN
M.
Ill VHUS
s> CO.
a.r.s, iv.
COMPRFHENflrVE U8T-
INOS lira. AVAIL-
ABLE
FOR SALE
STONR BI'NOALOW, Main Rd
Worth I ntTwelve months old
construction carefully aun*rvlad
Llvlrur room, tallerr. S bedroonu
wllh wa.hbaaln'. separate toilet
and bathroom, kitchen. delacr-.l
uiviuiia' quarter* and garage
Picellent bathing rlos* at hand
Owner leaving bland. Nearest
X 4.900.
"WDfDr MHJ, Rendervou-
Kill n Ch Modem built
bungalow, S bedrooms lounge
kitchen. BJBtdB, arrv.inta- ouar-
j ft land In good .
tinobatritrted view /
Offer arcenlcd
MOOBRM arSIDINir Maswell
CoastVary wall built none
houa* near roast with spacious
drawing room havlnt Prench
windows leading on to wide
roofed veranda'' Dining room
breakfast room. fHted kitchen. 4
Rouble bedrooms, t-car garage
tsrvants' quart*., and prrrate
area** la good beach Tl
rropertv Include* a detached a
itadlly BBlaabl* building plot
ABaCBlWAY BOISE". Havv
Cardena A modern, compact and
well built ai.e property Ml a
3K
There i.
q .art*. Tt*a hous
iHrubs and Shade I
a good slied llvl
eparate lollrt and bathroom with
tiled shower The garate ia
inletr.l with the main buUdlnR
arid h*s n door giving direct
aoraaa to the nouae, A wide
I ahaped front verandah, whlrh
B not overlooked, ha a pleasant-
and dominant feature Goon
Barvanl'i quarteia are provided
aad the greunda of ii.xsn *a ft
are compiler, fenced and private
\*ry renaonablv priced at above
ftgurc a. owner IB leaving the
Island
"MALTA", HI. Pete.A modem
ton* built house of aaitramalv
olid rontlrueOoti and *t*n.iv. >
/.modelled in tre* added attrac-
tion. Two grsaani Boor contains I
garwflwa. errant* quartan with
toilet facintla*. rlorerooma end
laundry On the first flo,>r twbsr*
(Bar* U asually a cooling brawsei
there If a wide and gparioui cow-
ered verandah with outlook see
*rila, a large bathroom, drawing
room, t bathroom, one with hot
water m.taued. S bedrooms il
nth own bath and vafleti butlsr's
pantry and modern kitchen
Appcoi: , acr* ol land w*U laid
out and Irrujaled fiotr. own water
.upply. ales Main* water and htht
Kurht of way to beach and good
bathlnt appoatte houa*.
COTS BPBINO tfOL'SE, Si
James At Btoray housa on
tost wltn good grounds and In-
tereetint possibilities There I.
eacellenl bathing froin a aaeludrd
and prtval* sandy cove.
WT* DOVER-. SI. Peter ..
aotkd ana ator*, ton* raaidarx'
wllh shlnfllssl roof, lateli
isnatrely re-a*odelled with gr.
rare by th* present owner The
house baa 1 wide roamy yarandah-
Bt front and Side, large drawing
room, separate dining raow. I goad
bedrooms iwith wash basin...
kitchen, laundry, ssrvanta' quar-
ters and garage Orounda are
ovar *S* acres with productive
orchard. Sower and vegetable
garden, driveway and Urge park
Uuj apac* for cars. "Wynalovvr'
1. well elevated en th* ridge.
always benefits from a tweate and
cosnmands perfect views of the
coastline
RENTALS
at c.
Phone 4M0
Flintatlon. Bulldlac
\>


SUNDAY, MAY 11. 1M2
SUNDAY ADVOCATE
PACE F1ITKEN
#
GOVERNMENT NOTICES
VACANT POST OF CAPTAIN OP THE FISHERIES
RESEARCH BOAT INVESTIOATOR
Applications are invited for the vacant post of Captain of the
Fl*henea lieaearch Boat. "Investigator".
' Tas* aaaai the peat Is at the rat* of S1.J80 per
: lu. tempo,;.i> eoM of living allowance of $144 per annum.
i Pod is temporary and non-pen* ion able Appointment will be
ll ie*t to medical fitness and will be terminable by one month"'
notice on either side
* The holder of ihe port will be in charge of the Research Boat
..nil will he responsible to the Fishery Officer tor its general manage-
ment and operation.
5. Applicants should have a working knowledge of Navigation
up to intcr-island standard.
6. Applications stating age. qualifications and experience should
he addressed to the Director of Agriculture. Department of Science and
Agriculture. Queen's Park, and should be submitted not later than
Saturday. 17th May, 1952
H.5.512n.
Attention is drawn to the Control of Prices (Defence) (Amend-
ment! Order. 1962, No IS which will be published In the Official
Oarein- of Monday, 12th May, lWt.
? I'nder this Order the maximum wholesale and retail selling
prices of "Biscuit* Local" are as follows:
un rcLi
BiscuitsLocal:
(a) Sunrise
(b) Special Eclipse
WHOLESALE PRICE
(not more than)
93.28 per ctn of
24 lbs.
93.40 per ctn of
24 lb..
RETAIL PRICE
(not more than)
3 (or lc.
5 for 2c.
10th May. 1952.
Vacant Pwl of Radiographer, General Hospital.
Applications are invited for appointment of the non -pens ion able
jaosl of Radiographer. General Hospital. Barbados
The salary attached to the post is at the rale of 81.580 x 721,920
(B.WX) per annum, plus a temporary cost of living allowance. A
ration allowance of 9240 per annum Is payable and free uniforms are
provided. Return passages not exceeding 91,440 each way are payable.
Quarter, .re not provided. If tho selectee is contributor to the
ivdeiatert Superannuation Scheme for Nurses, the employer's share
f the contribution will bo paid.
The appointment will be on agreement for a period of 3 years In
Die tlr"t Instance and will be subject to renewal.
Tho holder of the poat will be'required to .j&aist the Radiologist
in the Diagnostic and Therapy service* of the X-Ray Department
Cenerel Hospital. Candidates should hold the certificate of Member-
ship of the Society of Radiographers, preference boing given to candi-
dates, with the dual qualifications of Diagnostics and Therapy
Aptflleallona ahould be addressed to the Colonial Secretary. Public
Buildings. Bridgetown, to reach him not later than the 10th of June,
1952.
____^_j 115.522n.
PART ONE ORDERS
M M I ( ul J. .UNMLL, OBI., t ,
" ii iii anils*] I r
THF BASBADOfl BlGMDet I *
Isms n* s..
t Itnrt I
nil with view io rehearsing for the t
Hon. II. Wed U e> Thura It May M
NC0 course on
PARADr TBAIVIS'O
All rank- will part**
All Cnmwnlee will care* owl i
Birth Dav Par***
BAND rSAITHIR
Sana Piru.' will b held on
alONALS roi'RBi
All N O- of tha Slsnal Pis
Man is Wed 14 May M i
ANNt'Al. CAMP
The Annual Camp wiu be hld ai Walker's. Andrew from Friday II to
Sunday U June . All rank, who are ak*a to attend and have net >i
i.-ii-J in that, mipm aheuM Inform in> SSM aa aeon a* eeaalbea
aroiMSNTAi^-aroara MasriMa
Pan*. I of Pan I Omve dalad II Apr
Sport* will be bald on S*turday June SI
I'll VM I (IK WtgBt IMlP...
Old** fa Seij^ant
. f.i Salt
I "Mill. '
L. D SKCWB-COX. Ma)or.
8 O.l- T. ft Adjutant.
The Barfcadna n**in.aait
.hi i-.n-i.M... n.niM
PAST n OUIti
-i i-l M NO
to) (. ,
(Itnnlad I araelM H Lnv from 11
Apt -* May U
Grantrd I werMj ft/V**** from 1
IS May 51
. >NI M.l II Dl i HI V-I 'l-lliMKIN.
-> Pi* Ciaiw, D A Th maternally mmM at* paymitlrd
VI I'll- ( Ii imllrr I i lo |pu*n fnm the Hrgtm-nl. wef
* May M
M. L. D SKgWBSCOX. Malar.
B.O.L.P St Adjutant.
Tha Barbado* stasasaSsal.
r
STOP PAIN
^
QUICKLY
with Phcnsic...
The farnom threefold action of PHENSIC tablets RELIEVES
PAIN, SOOTHES NERVTO, COUNTERACTS DEPRESSION.
No matter how mientf the pain, no matter how ttwrv your nerves,
bow depressed vou feel, PHENSIC tablets will bring you relief and
comfort, quickly and safely. Rernctnhcr this PHENSIC tablets
neither harm the heart nor upsci the stomach. Don't accept
substitutes. Keep a supply of PHENSIC tablets by you!
Phensic
I 5
TWO TMLET1 BRINO QUICI RELIEF
FROM RHEU-. ATIC PAINS,* LUMBAQO, NERVE PUNS,
MEJOACHES. NFURAICIA, INFLUENZA, COLDS I CHILLS
M
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Short Burners
2 Burner Model @ 858.14
3 Burner Model # 871.87
WHITE POfcVELAIN ENAsttL SINK*
With Double Dralnboard 0 885.84
complete with waste and overflow
Established
1880
T. HERBERT, Ltd.
10 A 11 Roebuck Street
mmmmmmmmam
Incorporated
1838
EXPORT OF LIVEKTOTK
Consideration will be given to the issuing of export Licences for a
limited number of the following livestock for breeding purpose* --
(a) Heifers and Bulls between the age* of 812 n
(b) Pics.
2 Applications for licences which should be submitted |sj irriiti.;
to the Director of Agriculture v.t\\ be considered stftl
and the livestock selected for export must o.- approved by the Depart-
ment of Agriculture as being suitable for breeding purposes.
11 !S S? -2t.
JOHN R. BOVELL SCHOLARSHIP
Applications are invited for one "John R. Bovell Scholarship''
which will be of the value of 81.236 per annum for three year* ten-
able at the Imperial College of Tropical Agriculture. Applications to
be addressed to the Director of Agriculture, will be received at thr>
office of Department of Science and Agriculture up to the 17th of
May. 1M2.
2. Applications will be considered from a candidate who
1982:
has reached advanced standard in at least one science
subject together with at least ordinary standard In a
second science subject:
(c) is a native of Barbados, the son of a native or of parents
who have been domiciled tn the Island for ten years
prior to the date of application:
to profit by a course of study at the Imperial College.
3. A candidate may be required to submit a medical certitlcat-
testifyuig to his physical nines*.
4. Attention is drawn to the fact that residence in the Milan
Hostel at the College is compulsory and the allowances have been
increased to enable the John R. Bovell Scholarship holders to com-
ply with this regulation.
5. The successful applicant will be required to begin his studus
il the Imperial College in September. 1852. If no applicant possess
ng the requisite qualifications is forthcoming, the award of the
cholar^hip will be postponed until ne*t year
______ 9 S.52 2r
FREE TUITION SCHOLARSHIP
Applications for one free tuition scholarship tenable ut the Im-
perial College of Tropical Agriculture will be received by the Direc-
tor of Agriculture up to the ITth of May. 1883.
2. Candidates tthould be not less than 17 years of age on the
1st of September, 1852. and have obtained a General Certificate ol
Education In at least five subjects, two of which ahould he Science
Subjects.
3. This scholarship entitles the holder to free tuition at the
College, but all other fees must be met
4. Attention is drawn to tha fact that residence in the Milner
Hostel at the College is compulsory.
MR Ii
ISLAND SCHOLARSHIPS. 1(152
An examination for election to the above Scholarships will bi
held at Harrison College on the 13th and 14ih June. 1882.
Applications must be sent to the Director of Education. The Oar-
ratrn, St. Michael, not later Ihan the 23rd May. 19S2.
Candidates must be
(a) under twenty years of age on the 3Ut of May. IS32.
(b) natives or sons of natives of Barbados, or of persons who
are domiciled in the Island and have been resident in the
Island lor at least ten years.
Candidates must also provide Birth Certificates and Certiilmtt
.f their general character and conduct covering at least three year*
immediately preceding their candidature
Department of Education,
Tin May. 1952
HOPPER
BICYCLE
a
TOE BARBADOS FOUNDRY LTD.
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While Park Road
SI. Michnrl
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Mrrchandiar: 452H
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RELIANCE
THE SiUKT it\ ftBAIPOS LOVES
15he Stmateur Athletic Association
of JSarbados
AND AMI.Ill
CYCLE
SPORTS
Under ifie dlstinpiftshed paironnu'' "1 "'
Sir ALFRED SAVAilF., KC.M.C
at KENSINGTON OVAL
AT.. 3I8T MAT. MOM., 2ND JUNE THUKfl. CTH JUNK
Events commenc* at 1 00 pjn.
Inrercolonlal rivalry on the hlghesf level ...
Cyclists and Athletes from Trinidad, B G. and Grenada competing
- PKOORAMME -
la* I'm tad Day at* a.<
farad* ol Athlau, i \! j, ccla *a*d.tr ..
1 Milr Cyrl* All Claiae. Ga*r
!tS " J1" M*n '' M,to c* A" Claa^
10Q Vd. rial Boy. under IS 10* yd. rial Clm*n1i.
K Ot V?\ S"U ov" l0 *'' Tl" """""a.v I r n.i B">> under III
mjm Flat Bo*, aver is oiru uo d. ki.i mi. ,,, ,
Hi*n Jump Men ISO yd. rial Mm 110 yd. rial Boy* ..>r> Id
"hitrF "o*""" Flat- 1 Mila CMS All ria*w. 7 M.l, Orto All CUa.
I Mile Cyci.- Stay* laader IS SSO yd.. R-t M... j Mile Cya** All CaSSSBS
4*0 .d. RHay Boy. school' Ion* Jump -Man Pi.llln* thr Shot
1 Una ri*l-aWn MO yd. S-lai-Bo,. ov.l IS 1 M,l, n.i Man
seal cycle eaen sts id*. PlatMen Ori.i i.n, o... M,n.i,.,..-
II Mil* Cyeleopen
$2 tVCNTS Of KEEN COMPETITION
Entries must reach tha Assistant Secretar*. c/e Cartlugtoti A -ilv
Lacs* Street by 4. SO p m on Wedaeeaav. th Msv No entries will I*
accepted after that daU.
By kind permission of the Commissioner of Police a Fool will be
run on the results ol the Cycle Events In aid of the Farnum for Finland
Fund Watch the Advocate for dctal',.
o^
PMCES OF ADMISSION
sXaWBIMOTON STAND
OIO CHALLEN0R
nNCOVEatED 8TAND
81 80 per day
7S par day
38 per day
EABON TICKET 88 18
SEASON TICKET 81 M
0R0UND8 ig
Season Ticket* obtainable from The Advocate Stationery
nd Carrington A S*aly.
POLICE SPORTS
?
KENSINGTON OVAL
MAY 22nd. 3 p.m.
Admission: ADULTS 36c
CHILDREN 18c. '
7fote/
Driven by Mr. G. M.rxhl.ff* and Mr.
J. Bulman, t Hillmin Hins Saloon rescned
Cap* Town from Pall Mall. London, in 31 dap.
19 hours and minutes Thitmigmfi-
tant perforc-ance. achieved in the lac* a
((mil, h*att flood* and bad road
cortdiitom. and 5 minutes of tn* previous fastest
mad* by s much bigger car.
cH
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You get so much more out of the MINX
COLE & CO., LTD.
DISTRIBUTORS.
CRAFTSMAN BUILT BY R00TES


I'l.l SIXTEEN
SUNDAY AI1VIK \ I I
M Ml IV MAY II. I52
C.C. Ctee To Send Resolution
# I mm pgtM I As le^ards pacnger tniinr,
,tlc% CUrkt pointed out that
WtMTM b f "WIIM
i i of -IUCT- 10 and 15 West Indians I
>l ihr Coun- north well trip, today there was
ptaln Clarke said he coul I only between 1 and 3 making each
not gay hnt arranRviT p. and what ww more, tney
being made by the Cm < not setting what they
would continue 'he fre >
wtti lb* I line i.cm
He !aid thai the volu
.-
i.se-1 I'
trtbur. Indian Oov-
:,* KtrSSr-iS Sj S *.......""-"
cgpsmimii Uw company and with ""l "hipmem.
..ok into the -. *___m-.
found that on UV Tr,,aV .Vfreemenl

t< ngurc the opeia

Ineui -i ilrTirit of ovti
$Bj0O,POO (Canadian), whereas th.
SEA AND AM
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ZINC WHlTt, FLAKE WHITE ANN lane auc
ARTIST SABLE AND BRISTLE BRUSHES, Fl.it L Round
PURIFIED UNS i )PPY OIL AND TURPENTINE
PALETTES. PALETTE KNIVES 4 DIPI'EHS
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ASTIC WATER COLOURS?
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ROBERTS & Co.
i amim. n Allan*, w dots. E
Th- Bib
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The question was raised between '
member* of the Council rcgardiruc
tho poaaibtllty of opening ncgoUa-
tions for a new Canada-West
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Makhuul. M
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MOSTOAV. MAY 1
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ON THIXMIA*.
Il T Hawk In. Mr H William.
SSSStoi'i." * AKrcoment. In It ,7.' kV^TSI "ST C~*
.. lied up one with tho other, bul 11 J rJ_J"JK
IlieT Wl lhat irfe rrillre dertcil |...in'^l out that trie ikw Ml c..uion inn.... mim Md*l .... h..rra- M the Weil clement had to oe taken Into con- . M. - ".'.. Mr
bul W ndeialion. K-au-. On ..... *"'" !i1*l.HlK iVT.
felt that the uli.nles rimuld ron- would be lil-vnntinued next ,,., .,(ll..,..,.,
tribute about \ ". ctpaan ctoi*. y;i^iS;' irtrTii' w5g^w^ ^S. ^
Capital Coat th sooner some uroturt t suw*- o, M,,,e M wniun^.. i tmno.. u
It would cot in the region ot lion waa made to the Canadian JJornawv T IITp p. .t.MMiun.-nt a. to whtlher Ihei.- v;
apna! cost oTonC vensel. and the was unylhiius thev .Hild dr. t" w
mimmSt would bt ilignUy more piofcml Uw wrvten, Dm Mlnr n
fenonueal '<. run from tho point would be, and In reply to a quea- QN WKDNK,Ay
f i kM of fuel. tion Had that a-- a lemixwary ,M Tri-ia-a
1 Clarke said thai Harba- measure the present iJidy RMU .''-"
mi Mie worst port, could be carried on for .. time as ^"t^[nn"\S, '.
n.i II Irna c:i*ling the Compjiny l -t"l Rap." mm m. oaaar smiih. Hn inum
SICOOO a voyage. Following th> discussion.
nlng the queMlon A. S Hryden mov-
nl irirrrase-l rates, thr C.N.S, mm. committee umnprised
ufflci..l said thai li .' Um wm Um Ptesident and th>
mtci bad only tone us 110 per tx .in.winusd to d-aft , RfMiiutu
c#ni Uonal costs had u
rljen by 17^ |M'i cent. In rapl] 1" matMr Up with 0th1
.. r 11.. said thai j Government* with i mw
mallet WMel carrying U ot 40 entering iMgotUtiofal wHB
passengern would cost alxnit the C' "Uan t.overnment U> ee
same in MlarHM u on* CUTylDg ruid im'done in the matter Monday for Bermuda, Uoslou,
110 or 120 passengers, because tho The menber Chambers of the Halifax and Montreal via the Bri-
heads of the departments would 4n corpora led Chamlei of Com- tish Nt>rthern islands.
Kve :o be paid In accordance with merce will be inf-uned of the The Nelson will bo taking pas-
i: Mltry scales. ,utlon taken by the local Chnmber sengeri and cargo.
nip" touvi
Wflai m. aaaaM
fiom lr>
iin- m pean .imt.-
nation. Ncwa 119
Mun ii 'lain
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i. 4 i'i p m Tn*
UM nM
D p m Jm.. VrM.v
0B p.in
y IS p m Taka .1
p m Hpiirt* round-up
Parade IB) Bra Tha
ni Ho tt* N*w> from
u um si am
1 IS p m Tna Lady on Ihr Scrrcn
T 43 p m Mmic or Inc HclitikiiU IS
Udio Nfwiraol i m Afucan ui-
.-,, 8 41 p m lm.il .V M P m
fiom %t>r Kdllorlal- 00 p m Room to
Lot 4S p in Api-rtnlinonl Wh MUBBf.
10 M p m TM No** 10 10 p ni Now*.
Talk 10 IS p m BIT IHpatl 10 3T
p m Tip Top Tutkto________________
hi ii.m \n
III l> I HUM. >
We ran Mipply
PITCM PfJVE
in Ihr fitllmtliig nizvn
i'i i i ' i ii
Vice-President
. Mr. M M.kMirfor.
I two- I- Molllaid.
,,f UM
C'orbin. Mr
Mrlrntlr,
take th
Weal Indlit
LADY NELSON" SAILS
MONDAY
The Lady Welaon. which arrived
to on Friday from Georgetown,
the Trinidad, Grenada and I
what cent will be salting at 9.00 p m. on
WEATHF.R REPORT
YESTERDAY
Rainfall from Codnnirton nU
Total Rainfall for montli to
data VI In.
TemporatOXt: 71 .
Wind Velocity: 11 mile- per
hour.
Barometer: (9 a m ) 29 077
(11 a at.) 29 970
TODAY
8untl-o: & W a.m.
Bnnaot: 6.16 p m
Moon Full, May 0
LlgliUng 7 00 p m
High Tldo: 4.30 a.m.. 6.41 p.m.
Low Tide: 11 12 a.m., 1L02
1 x 3 3 x.3 4x4
1 x 4 3x4 4x6
1 x 6 3x8 4x8
2x4 3x8 4 xlO
2 x 3 xlO 4 xl2
2x8 3 Xl2
DOUGLAS KIR
2 x 1. 2 x 8. 1 x 8 aldlnij
STANDARD IIAKDIIIIARD SHEKTS
TEMPERED IIAIIIIIKIARD SHEETS
V WAl.l.llllAKIl SHKF.TS
PLYWOOD
Phone 4267
WILKINSON & HAYNES CO., LTD.

[ TKcyll Do It Every Time
By Jimmy Il.irln
FREE YOURSELF \\
from the 1
BONDS OF
CONSTIPATION
with
Ideal lor the Tropics

P. C. S. MAFFEI
& Co., Ltd
Top Scorers in tailoring;
Prince Wm. Henry Street

Tie*****
AN
IRISH
LINEN
SUIT
ONLY $36.00 EA
FOGARTY'S
i
TO MAKE ROOM FOR A NEW SHIPMENT OF MERCHANDISE
WE -ARE OFFERING ALL OUR WHITE GOODS
AT GREATLY REDUCED PRICES
THE UNDERMENTIONED ARTICLES IS PROOF OF THE
WONDERFUL OPPORTUNITY OF LIGHTENING
YOUR BUDGET
TlilTwHITE SALE REALLY RINGS THE BELL FOR
GREATER VALUES BETTER PRICES
"rREAD ALL MOUT IT TWICE THEN HAVE A DOUBLE
DATE WITH FOGARTY'S THIS WEEK
11
HOUSEHOLD DEPARTMENT
120 Onl) Coltea Sheets19 \
llrmin-d each # ..............
250 Only Collon SheeU".n x 90 llem-
slltilird .. li tfi.....
(ollun IkaM Kit x 190 Ilrmmrd r.u li |
ini) Only Linen Sheets 72 x 108 Hem.
!S.ieeU "0 x 108 Hem.
nlltrhed eich
.-0 Hpeelal Linn
ditched ii ii
Corona Cotton Sheeting 90" wideper yd.
3fi' Llr.-n **hretliiajper >d. .........
",*" Linen Sheotlngprr yd.........
90" Linen 'hrellniper yd. ......
100 only Llnm Pillow Cases 28 x 18each
UO Spr. 1.1 li.i.u-. Table ClattM 54 x 54
. earh ..............
1M M 72each
120 54 % 79each
600 Naaklns 18 x 18each
S Piece* .niton Dama*k TabUnc 5"
nidfp'i rdj.
6.00
TJM
lit*
15.90
*.7S
2.M
S.tS
5.75
t.75
4.84)
5.M
6.09
.59
15 Only White Honeycomb Hrdspreads
9 x 80"each
OOO White Kllchen Towels 18 \ 34rnrh
6UU White (;iaas Towels 23 I 32earh
Mtisqullo Nellln^ 90" ui.l.---per yd .
It. uli in nl MtBwiultti NeUSlrjlreach
i:, .nlMHiji- Mosquito NetsDoubleeach
Whit? Duchess Seta In Indian Lareeach
Tra Cloth Seta (1 t'loth and 6 Serviettes)
45 x 45 per set
Tea Cloth Seta (1 (loth and 0 Serviettes)
59 x 50per set ...............
Lace Curtain Setapjr yd. 37e. 85c
600 Hucs-a-bark t.uesl Toweli 20 x 32
each ...
Cotton BUnkelseach .....
4-lb. 5-lb. ai-lb. 7-
Itammock'
8.50
9.00
.90
1.29
12 80
18.00
6.00
7.00
8.90
1.08
5.75
LADIES' HANDBAGS
While Handball BatreJ Shape rach 9489
Piailir Linen Handbags^each 4-00
Drawslrfn* Handbaaseach 1.44
.. silk Glovespar pair SI 08 A 1.M
,. Woollen PBllovrneach....... 5.00
rhlef-
12e. 3Se.
DRESS GOODS DEPARTMENT
Lane Assarlmrnt ol tFhlle Har.akei
each
S9.50 Sit 00 515 00 517 50
MANCHESTER DEPARTMENT
S6" Kurununt t oltonp*r *d
36" White Bailor Muslinprr yd.
LADIES'
Whllp trgwt Hatseach
Crinoline Straweach
Crliultnc Flopseach
Chlldrrn\ -i-.m- uh
HATS
.'. t 4.06
... S.90
4.S9
4.32
2.55
92 00 4 52.50
)IES' WHITE UNDERWEAR

ladles Art Silk Pantiesprr pair $ I 24
,. Prlllcoalaearn I1JI 5 2.18
.. Half Slip*?ach *-7
,. Nylon Sllpaoarh 7.75
,. Njlan Pantiesper pair 52.64 & 2.99
.. Rayon Ventseach I 0
_ Cotton Veata?ach 73r. A 1.42
,. O. B. Vestseaoh .9*
Cotton Panltesper pair JO
Children'* Arl Nils Panties eh .86
t hililrn'- < ..in.n l'anUe Ladle*' NylOh Mihtdresaeaeach 11.00
Ladles' Ra>on Nkhtdroane^.oprn lopeach 3.B7
l.idloV Rs*en Mchldress-krach
Ladles' !-plrc? Bith SiilULa\texeach 13.00
. Satin Lulrx each 12.00
Ladles' W'hltr Silk Blou%e* F-inbrotdcred
each *90
Ladle*' Whilr Silk Blouaea Laer rimmr.l
-*uh ........... .
LADIES' WHITE SHOES
\u-Buek Court with Mudfiiard. Med.
Spike Hrel*^p.-r pair ........
NuBurk SuJil. Swln* Strap Cuban
Heelper pair
.. While lancySpike Heelsper piir
Arenla lane Court.-u*-,< heel, open loe
per pair ........
Holland SandalsWedge HeeUper pair
!.
11.00
6.50
16.00
8.59
34" K. W. B. Spun
36" Royal Spun
White Sensation Spun
36" White Shantum ......
34" ,. HalrrordSnnelalne
36" Linen ..........
36" .. .........
36" Art Silk Shantonc
NOW 8 .85 per yd.
.96
1.90
2.00
I .. 1.10 ..'
1.M
1.32
1.00
SILK DEPARTMENT
48" While Brocaded SUk
.. n-ml.-r* Silk
(eorct'Ue ......
llrav> WkSta Crepr
While l>uches I repc
smooth I m-li Crrpe
. Corded Crepe
. Sharkakln
16" While C.lorU Satin
NOW $2.14 per yd.
1.54!
1.50
1.59
1.76
1.32
152
214
GENTS' DEPARTMENT
White ShirtsShamreekeach S 3.50
Elite White Shirtseaeli ......... **
Trubenlsed Sblrtaeach ... 8.85
White Melropole Shlrtaeach 5.00
tier US While Sport Shlrtaeach 580
S/S While Spert Shirtsearh 5.40
L/S White Southsea Shirtseach 3 8
| V\hil.- Soulhaea Shirtseach 3.841
S/S Twek* Sport* Shirtsrach 4.15
L/S Tweka Sports -Shlrtaeach 4.78
le Cotton Kerchiefs 18 x l*rach .38
Woollen 11. Hose Ankletsprr pair .84
Jockry Shortsper pair ..... .84
I'ndrrpintiper pair ....... 1.85
Priasus Shortsper pal- .96
Silk Scarvesrach ......... l.M
GENTS' HATS

Cents' While Drill Hatseach ......... $ 144
.. Peak Cap*each ........... 1.48
.. Straw llata^-eaeh ..... 4.90
llelmetaearh ........... 8.00
GENTS' WHITE MATERIALS
28" Seaport White Drillper yd
28" Partre., White DtUIper yd
28" White Sharkskin per yd. ,
54"
54"
88"
88-
56"
.. pe? yd.............
Poplinper vd..............
Troplralper jd..........
Crlrkrtint Flannelper yd. ...
Linen per yd............
Moyiashel Linenper yd. ...
Doe.klnp-r >d. HtJl |
S I 10
.91
1.99
4.38
3.90
4 00
5.00
3.60
Wm. I OL Alt I i (B'dos)
LTD.


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