BARBADOS. N ARCH
Will Eighth Army Cross 38th Parallel?
MAY BE ADVISABLE
(Prom Our Own Correspondent)
GRENADA, March 23
V\/HILE uncompromisingly critical of legislation
here to deal with the strike situation, the
police policy and all imperial powers in the colonial
regions to precipitate a resort to arms when sub
duing crowds, and local Government's official news
letter saying it seemed to indulge in a report on
trifles, Bradshaw's Market Square speech last night
was moderate and balanced in the presentation of
Trade Union issues
Gairy introducing, spent most of half an hour lam-
pooning employer groups, remarking on his ability to
obtain the low-down on their most doted ronfereno
such as that which the nctnt delegation ottven had with
the Governor and Barltrop.
U.S. Congress Likely
To Approve Sending
divisions to Europe
By SEAGHAN MAVNES
WASHINGTON, March 2*.
The United States' Congress is
almost certiin to approve sending
four more American divisions to
the Atlantic Pact army when u
votes on the issue on April _,
observers here said today.
But a majority vote In favour
is likely to be cut considerably
by wrangling which has been going
on in Congress over the general
policy of committing United States'
troops to European defence.
There was originally only slight
opposition to the commitment of
four more divisions. But the
Senate, approving their despatch
passed resolutions stipulating thai
president Truman should get Con-
gressional approval before any
more troops were sent abroad.
This provbion set off bitter
argument In the Senate as to what
was meant by Congressional ap-
This argument In turn led to
controversy over the rights of Con-
gress and the powers of the Presi-
dent in assigning troops to the
international army under Eisen-
At first it appeared that most
of the 95 Senators would vote for
(he IHIHsjg of the resolution
Pays Five Cents To
Retain Vote mU.N.A.
I AKi: SUCCESS, Mar. 24
The payment of five cents has
enabled Paraguay to retain her
right to vote in the United Na-
tions General Assembly.
The countries which do not pay
part of their contributions within
two years can be deprived of their
Paraguay had paid nothing for
194f. but experts decided tha*.
overpayment of live cents in
1V48 could ba credited to the fol
lowing year, and was enough to
retain bar full rights in the or.
With the mojto "the)
pass," the Manual and Mental
R rka Union wa i moving from
strength to MTOngth and recent
events wore but its ui
growing pains ami aacrll
suh\ in1 would earn on to the
Secretary of State. the
the Magistrate, who In tintng a
vonan man bai
well rude to make
remarks against the Union" The
Union would pay a Ane, but would
not drop the matter.
Bradshaw brought greeting*
from St Kltts" Unionists and
emphasised the common bond in
ii territory He said he
had not come to Marl trouble, for
if trouble was to start they knew
how io start it. Ratbar, i antf
wary of certain clauses In the
Public Order Ordinance recently
The strike was justified as he
understood, for two main reasons
recognition nnd betterment of
conditions in view of the cost of
Pull time employers realised
Gairv was an unavoidable fact
He said he deplored violence but
was satistled that incidents asso-
ciated with the strike were arts
on non-Unionisl*. As the shooi-
ng* were before the court, (is
would only say imperialist
powersllritish, French, Dutch
and sometimes America aft I
too prone to use police to shoot
aatlvM arban assarting rlsjbta,
Of batons and tear gas al
He ursj itlOO "f
strong union to dominate Ihl
Legislature next election, and Ml
that with little in,:,
a great combination was possible.
Galry is the youngest Labour
Leader in the B.W.I.. Ham
show the elder statesman.
He suggested that if Oalrj
represented agricultural wort n,
no other Union should Micro
on that ground, but he i
inter-Union bfttatlMM arbleh
enabled bossen In tcora, He BUN)
deplored racialism and would not
encourage even Dairy in that, as
benefit could be had from the
co-operation of all mankind
Concerning the Wages Counc'l's
Bill, he warned them to guard
against the danjp r
much power to UN Q
the choice of personnel.
He ended on n note <' .ipi l
for consolidation, for i
obligations and solldai -
their leader Galry spoke again to
rowd of about 3.fMM)
Russia Insists On German
(By SYI-VAIN MAINGKOT)
PARIS, March 24.
After three weeks' work the Four Power Conference
of Deputies has achieved nothing positive.
Two things only stand out sharply after the 17 plenary
divided between (
servers In the conclusions they
W Oman's Corpse
found In Building
PORT-OF-SPAM, Han* tz
The unidenUflad bod) oi ,i young
voman inspected dead about a
month ago, rarad lii the
ggi ret ol dov i
', 'day glUfnOOtl, by
i ,-i raoovatl
ng II wai behoved that
tho body wai ambalmad to avoid
found in a
od si i i ration,
The painter reo..ite
uk Id the garret where he whs
working to get a piece of wood
Mien ha mdi
[ho discovery, and ran outside to
e the alarm, fainting soon
The .-[round floor of the building
' i npicd by
two of whom are
out of the colony.
It is now occupied bv I
ilnad bv tho
I 0U fbl qUOlUOBllUJ fCPi
Russia's ideas for a Con-
ference of Foreign Ministers are
dominated by a determination to
force an isolated discussion on the
armament or disarmament of
The Soviets are determined to
forca the western powers into a
position where the Council of
Foreign Ministers can hold up
their policy of an Association of
Western Defence with the Atlantic
2. The westen powers are in-
terested in a oPreign Ministers'
Meelmg only if this provides a real
opportunity for a brood discus-
sion of the stresses and strains
which to-day bedevil their rela-
tions with Russia in Europe.
Last Friday's secret session en-
abled the western deputies to im-
press on Deputy Foreign Minister
Cromyko that they would not in
any circumstance yield on their
refusal to place German disarm-
ement as an isolated subject at
the head of the Foreign Minliters'
Agenda, of their Insistence on a
general discussion of the level of
armaments and the causes of ten-
Otherwise observer* now con-
firm that the Secret Session was
abortive because neither side was
entirely clear on how ft
go to meet the other
One xrhool feels that Qrotnyko
has demonstrated by his intransi-
gonre thai I Meeting ..'
Ministers at th*- pre*
would hav." two dlsa
It would further damage rela-
tion* between Russia Hid tho
West and it would delay the exe-
cution or import,mt western noli-
cleg particularly on Germany.
The other school clings to the
belief that there ia still hope
while the four pnran rontinue
to in around the same Confer-
Prospects lor i ogres* next
Tuesday when the deputies re-
sume depend on whether Gromykr
I ocow that
the Western powers are really
adamant on their two points and
to obtain liesh Instructions t
points of a draft Agenda
The deadlock was sharply
ARGENTINA HAS ATOM
PLANT; SAYS PERON
BUENOS .MAI'S. M. |
President Peron disc
Argentina has m operation its first
atomic en< l
Island in Argentina's laki
He told newsmen that an
it could ,ment m "controlled atoi
sperlflcon a new bask"
rried out there Ml 1
B.G. Rice Hoard
ih>ht-of spain. March 23
After three days' discusnon with
representatives of Trinidad, Bar-
bados. St l.o.i.i. Gtenads, St.
Vincent and Dominica. I
gation of the Brlti-h Qufam Kit*
Marketing Board are leaving
Trinidad with the promise of a
ontnet at prices
"higher than pried piid during the1
i ., | !!..' .I'.U
No llgure was given of the
exact price agreed.
The oonCtn nei opaoad by Trini-
dad'! Mlniiter of Labour. Com-
merce and Industry. Albert (iomes.
on Monday, chair m;mod by Pro-
Q, Beaslcy, Economic
Adviaar to Colonial Davasopmant
and Welfare, ended on Wednesday.
B.G.'s delegates argue that the
Rice Board lost $10,000,000 over
' Rva years by * lib
Ibbeau i <' to the territories -,a>
tl l world market
WASHINGTON. March 24.
ml Truman has proclaim-
ed Saturd.iv April 14, an Pan
H.iv to mark the 81st
.inniverfarv of the founding of the
The President invited State
to issue similar pro-
1. Th ihit I
'' U on Tut* |
Return To Normal
It tu sons time after Uie reprenUUv.s of Csecbo-lovakla. Himgary and Poland walked out of
UM Intcrnallonal Labour OTganmUan last Jons, before the delta*!** or Poland and Natuinlwt
ragaaMd their -cat- on the 1LO Gamming Body mm*.* .V Oonev. **JEb!?1
in .left to ritt) Front row Dr Tusn M.o Lan at Chin. M. A K HnbiaSnlan of
India. Mr A R Brown of Canad,, Becoud rox. Mr B. C BaUard of Aimralla. Mr. H HKorh of
Der.aurk and Dr. Hanryk Altaian of Poland. Expreiu.
i >S. Ships In Canal
Zone Under Strict
OINOTON, March 2
i nt Truman ism
regulations to-day to safeguard
ihlps and waterfront facilities in
the Panami Canal Zone from
sabotage or other subversive acts
under a Search and
Sauwn law passed last August,
lent based his order on
I I ndlng thai tin* security of the
i- endangered by
reason of lubvanraa clrvil) '
He authoriaad the Governmeh:
Ol lh (anal Zone to (QTea th.>
eh include* authority lo
'i i i
People having access to shfpa
ind fai IliUas In the Zone may be
lO cany idi-ntiflcation
Ships found vlolaUngt the order
I I ,'l .
Imprisoned *for up to 10 years and
fined as much H JlO.OOo
., PARIS, March 24.
Mam line railway services throughout France began to
return to normal to-day. after a two-dav strike A Stale
railways official said: 'Main lines will be running as usual
later to-day Trams from the chfcinel ports to Paris and
other big centres will run 100 per cent' Non-Communist
Unions decided last nighl to prolong the strike dlM to end
al nud-night for another 48 hours.
But ihey cancelled this instiuc
tion iifUjr the Government hl
r.ouced an Increase In U
mum wage for all workers of im
r cent i pUrij and 15 * pei
.t. in the provliKs*.
Ule (lovernmcnt loimi-
num. Union delegates ni.t T< H
i.ew wage scales for ruilwavim-n
These give railw.iymen an nil
round increase of 2.250 franc* li
the parishes ami 1.800 traiKl h
tta i,i m- ,
Cieeh Govt. IM......^i
Pot Mass Terror
LonuuN. Maien ^4
Dr. liohuat.iv saatOOBVU, loimei
Ciechosiovaa An-uawm...^ Lo
feMM wno amveo n WikiJinu
Ihu week as a poiiticl leiunce,
incused die C/vin rjoTWulasm io-
ua> oi diiuwmg a state ol iiijss
terror to exist in tne gauntry
He said tonignt; "| Mid in my
Idler oi resignation to me i_a* i<
Qovarnmant mat m iims i noa de-
fecnbed Kascism a- a eratan ol
tURrad ol one man by another,
slavery, common piibiii- lynii,
i the ti'.ith, false propa-
Kanuii, inliumanity. coldness ol
irtjit and stupmity of mind.
"in my laCHn I. 1'i-i.ue. 1 said
that I stand by my definition when
speaking; oi their terroi', Di.
He 'left New Delhi li-M month
without informing his staff .
GHLNADA, March 24,
Arrangements are bring made
hy the Government for C. W.
Roskill. a well known United
KitiKdom industrial coi^ultant, to
ii .it i hranada tad si Vincent
during April to advise and report
on the possibility of eablishlnn
industries in those colonies.
An application h:is t>ecn sent to
Um Baeratar} of Btatt for
C. d A W. grant u> nnatwa tho
visit Hoskill arrives in Ctrenadu
OH ibout April 19.
Strike Incident Inquiry
iVWai nf 0wa Pamssiaiisill
GRENADA, March 24
An Inquiry Will begin at the
"! '_ <>< t'n.if. GtfllVilil t.l
day In connection with the shoot
iiiR of a man by u local poUcaman,
the tlrst in tho strike Inctdei l
and afterwards adJournM. This li
the case of the man who died on
his way to the Hospital. It was
Blteaed ho was on the point of
i'lushing a watchman with a cut-
IM hen the |x.lieeman llred
Maanwhlla tha 'u.ition wa
further a mpln tha Com-
mumst claan i ] ni ed In thf
partyorgan i/iiumaiiie tn .t
ran no) nnaAad
Gas and elect!
uere ate ordatvd bach to work
w a wag lo increase Beater.
BERLIN. .Man li M
Louis Saillanl, riiiih Bam<
tao Qenaral "i tht Communist-
sponsorvd Faaaratton "i rradi
(Inioni to da) pe i used the lull
upport of fui Federation to tha
(.crman \.. ik<
He was speaking at the
kara Confaranca in
iln arhlah n aaan
*"" "ni dtlallad piojrwnunai la
thwart alleged "Amtruan n-mil-
ItaiinUoi We i Mo.ni,.
RAIN PREVENTS PLAY
IN N. ZEALAND TEST
WELLINGTON, New Zealand.
No play was possible on the
opening day of tho MOOnd Ud
final Test between New Zealand
anu England here owing: to a
rain-soaked pitch Keuter
Rescue Teams Seek Missing
U.S. Plane With 53 Aboard
SHANNON AIRPORT. Eire
Dritish and American sea and
ir rescue teams to-day pin-!
jointed a spot 450 miles ofT the!
Irish coast In their hunt for the!
slant United States army plane I
mssintt with S3 men on board.
i destroyers, weather)
ships, and submarines were In tni
Intensive search of the area alter
reports that a rubber dinghy awll
wreckage were seen
The missing plane, an 80-tc
(flobcmaster troop-earner was 24
hours overdue, when British and l
American air force officers thll
morning intensified the search of
the eastern Atlantic
An American Bunarfartrak
tlghted a rubber aircraft dimih
equipped with provisions early,
to-day but could not see whether
ther* were survivors In it.
Rafts were spotted along the
route on which the Globemairter
was flyinB from Limestone. i!>
Maine to the United States Thirl
Air Division, base at Mlldenhall in
The Glnbemastor. the blKJtr-t
>: 1st in the world, last
contacted Shannon airport A
0100 yesterday to &xy it axpactad
to land at Mildenhall at 0600, half
an hour ahead of the idaadu
On board, was Brigadier tl
al Paul Cullen. air photo n
naissancc expert, on his way to
Inspect American bases in Britain
Three senior American Air Force
officers were with him tOgatnH
with airmen coming for duty in
An American Superfortress re-
turned to Shannon shortly after
noon to report It had not sighted
any survivor* in an II hour flight
The SupcrfurtreM fal
the base berause it was naflnaO|
out of fuel.
An AmcT.. m A.r V
man said: "We are DOt less optt-
mistic as a result of Ihl
"You must ake into account
slletit navigational errors, and odd
drifts of the wind"
Fifty American and British air-
craft were scouring a
the AUanlic Ocean.
Six hundred men were taking
part .ii the hunt uixf' I
ordination <.f iho Seventh United
States Air Ifescue Squadron
IJmils \\ eatern
NEW VOHK .
The New V-.k i.mr>.
. of tn
Argentina i Prwawa
said today th.it although in
taatltehip to bu< bo Alr>
wUamal '. \
limttad ii"- lull i
tween thr aUrUoni il the Western
Tho Vnltad States' tiovei nitie:it
is bound by various IgTi
not to interfere m tht latarnai
:'': I th(. Uitin Am.n. in
BBtte1 it wote.
"We ihall no; i
into the harbour or ftmnoa An -.
lot are we likely tu ...i
lomi.- sail, tu-us in older to IftWr-
te an anchalnad nam tpapa
"hut sum v^,. hava ti-
the press and discussion In this
Country, I'resklent Baron mighi as
veil resign himself to th,. hiinr
rlticism from dtl i
fascism sproutmK In thj
1 Hi.- ParOM may continue th.ii"
ptwaanl .I'liMiics as long as tin
Argentine people will tOlOrat*
Baani They hhould be niminded,
iKiwei.-i that we have an IPtacut
lit peace In this li.n |
the development of <1>
Tlie very xlataRI.....I I
govanuneoi In Aim-ntMia. at the
very best limits tha ;
tent of tho toonomlc and cultural
i-op< ratUon among the i
"Tn that sense, the im>
Ituation in Argentina h of dlfwft
mtarwal to lha Unltad W ih
it is legitlmiitr for A
officials and othei .
Says Hoc \rlhur
TOKYO, March 24.
(GENERAL UOUOLAd r tic ARTHUR said here
to day that he had directed the American Eighth
Army in Korea to cross the :18th parallel again, "if
UK) when its security makes it tactically advisable "
His declaration was made as United Nations
armoured spearheads rushed to within two miles of
the parallel in the centre of the peninsula.
11. .11 ..I enemy
He to m.'i-l the Communist Com-
Tho Korean conatet, no Mid.
HU-.I on ii* own mrrus
l AWillM.ik, Irvsh
Drive To Settle
It. l'\Mi | \ M All III \\ v
l.i INI> IN,
Idu forw in i
: I K
i set the
. . .
palan north ol I
In ihe Hou I ihis de*-isiv
iu th TOUI .
Rope Glvea Firsi
Since End 0/ Holy Year
ROMS. March 34
The bells of Home's f>00
iaurebea penied out to-doy
rliimpliani token ..r lha i I ln|
U I'ope Plus XII wai
inru.l houldei luirti into the
i.iMlu.i ,,f s,ilnt Peters to give his
lrt mass audlen. ttOCm
'.iiliiiln Churches' 2.1th Jnbttat
Nnrb a.oou pUfrimi Iron all
rvar tha world atUndad the
audlanca with many ihousunda of
To-morrow Papa I'm will
broad) ;.st .1 sola m Pa
u> the world from thf eantriu
Ixileuny hitih on tha
In the Cathedral of Home, lln
I! f Saint J..hn Ijitei.in
anu baing 11 Itbi Mad .>t mid
night, ravlvlng altai KM ri iui
thi eu toan ol tha aarl> chureh
.iii.l the Mi.lclK- Ant's
Midnight marts *as .,.
ealabratad in six othai RonaE
ehurehaa In Moorda..... wttii ta>
IM-rimentHl inovinon* made last
month l.v 11 Pop*
understood that report
that if tha axpM *
midnight masios are
Popa t'nis may make th<
mnnent feature of tni
During the mass in I
as the llrst MraJDa of the At.*:-
nymn "Ciliwla In E*i 1
broka Into tha vaatnan of 1
chureh, all the bells ol it
paawd out ami lha purpto mou
inn veils whleh had <
rag imaK'>s during 11
v.". 1 rawn awaj
Borrtb Picked I /
What 1..... bomb wa
recently picked up ..t Ackllni
1 1 brought i.. N 1
Moores dm-k and loft
ulded in it Ci
1 Liaison 1 Hfleei oi the
. 1 ,
tha opinion that it is no 1 I ol
The pro)actipi .
mil deton ling mochonl
without balng burdened "by
rttan not directly
Koffva, such a* Formosa
seal in the t'riilnl
1.....my must by now t.e poll hilly
aw ue that tha de> lalon <>t thn
.it.,n to i ontatn tho
w.ir to the are.i uf Korea through
u sponsion of our mOltafy
to bis coastal areas, and
would doom China
k of military collapse."
' rs thouRht this might bo
lalamata of the military
noaiiUM m Koran
Qaneral la^eArthur maiic no
Mtfa parallel by
did in- uve indication.
whether ho plan? to ordai a
He ild 1i1.1t the war provod
I lli.t,.. I 1. ked the in.
tu wage modem
d the |an,.|-\ I.I.H,-
ntaga was no longer
No H.avv rhThtsBf
RU Till-; aiivoi \ 11
l>AV tni NKilll
\rihiu made his
n hb return from ,1
ihi frontline. "Tho
Mel has no n.ilitary
tgnincanoa'' Um Oanoral sigd.
"pur naval ami air forces crosa
It .ii "ill and ground forces hava
0 m the past.
' '"' trOOpa maintain U)
tld therneiny continues
namy supply injw
io taking terrible punishment
from naval and air bombard-
1 D baton righting.
Nations army was
pn and fettle."
With Suuih Korea almost all
Imk 111 iho United Nations hands,
' reconstruction weni
1 ind s.oni. the touah-
" nimi MM..... l 1 f life", he
ai hri. no ....uid seem
lha :tt!i pamllal status which has
thoroughly discussed tn
I antlon 1 I other capitals."
h.ther there had been
1 his earlier
mada bafora ha Haw
1 1 Kofi 1 this mornlngof hit
' 1 try to arrange a truce,
Otnarnl smiled and said
lluliail < .<>inmiMii-i
Says Antonio Roasio
ROME. Mar. IA
luly's Communist Party, the'
biggest in ''. 1 rope is du.
for a purge, the Communist Dep
uty Antonio RoaHO dacUUwd I
Writing in the Communist
m 1 )> ipi 1 t'niu. Ro 1 lo nllad
.on the 2.0110.0D0 mambti ol tl
Part) to mobDlaa to hunt 0 d
till nestling m 0 M
ranks". His article wai Itu
: I '
n.and of tho It.1h.u1 Communi""
1 m revolt whieli
tv. 0 months ago.
revolt Aldo Cucehi and ValdV
go M !>'
arad, ha rfioiarodL "wa must
elaany lenlise that out
olrolovieal, political, and itfani
s.ifional, are Insufncie'it to unmask
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BEI-GRADE. March 24
Unknown air. raft '
Yugoslav.* at a great allltu'le on
Ihe niyht of March 21 dropping
political leaflets In foreign lan-
guage it wai reported her.' to-
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I in several dli-
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Itirnli of the COtOCM* %
arrived from B.C. on t-
B.WI.A He la a gue*n at Gov-
ernment Houne Ml
tn an official tour of the
Arriving on the umr ,
Mr Hourdillufl also of the C'< loma'
Mr Luke and Mr Bourdtllon
were m Barbados lor a few das
dunng the middle of PW
Broadcasting In General
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ring. Public IMaUa
vlaar u> C D and W
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half week visit rtturned yesterday
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He was In Trinidad for two
days as a gwst uf Sir Hubert and
Lady Raw at ''
Wbile in Jamaica he discussed
intormatio:. MO radio services.
with Mr. Iknry Strak -
rr Western Caribbean II. present-
ativ- ol thi- B uc An
iivcussod were utlliaatloii
of lovtrniMM ....... on Radio and
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A FTF-H spending an enjoyable
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Jenklmon loft for the U.K. on Wednesday.
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and 29th March. When you purchase your ticket on g
the in. his of the shows cive the Cashier your name ^
and you will be handed your replies in a scaled *i
envelope. Do you want to know if your sweetheart J
loves you or whether you shall be married or divorc- k
ed ? Then See WU-LI-WONG at ;i
eeka' holiday in Bar-
bados, Mr*. J. M. MacDonald
whose husband is Traffic Man
ager of the Trinidad Government
Railway, returned to Trinidad ILMR AND MRS AtNSLIE C. 1T1 WOODS were among UM ** WlnkM Engineer left
yesterday evening by B.W l.A 1V1 SKEETE arrival from St pawngns arriving from Car.ada tcrtjay for Grenada bvRWI A
she was accompanied ''V ""'' Luclfl jartgfday by B.W I A oa yesterday by T.C A lo spend two on a ahort transfer, lie anacl 1
t f ihn ip(.1 if,-1 uaoie aiui wiretess, anu is in Motel.
Foundry in P?rr%.lS They ?< < ,hr'r " m,,p '' "[ * is with Gordon FrOm Vancouver
were staying at Lcaton-on-Sea. c"lnes; ?Io!V and ?, D? G?tii *t0n \tfS IVAN GITTENS arcom
Th, tr.;.,. Arriving on the name plane were |n Toronto Hi* wife, the former M f* ~li **>***> accom
Mr. and kbl DOBS coorgina Young, has her parent* *'* P"Jd *y her three childrer
home is in Scotland They are already in Barbados on holiday. "T""7' Barbara and Barry -->r
holm. .Vest Indies. In and they were ut the airport to rp,A,romruc*n yVHtS^r
ISS DOROTHY ECKSTEIN Scotland they live quite close to meet them.
Mr A G Chcape
Staying With Son
MRS. DELC1NA BEST, mother
of Band Corporal Wilfred
. PAUL HOFFMAN, bus- Best. Icfl the island on Friday
Hvt i'i Caracas is evening by B.W.I A for Trinidad
I in Barhndoi on a short to spend a holiday with her son
holiday, Hi Is a guest at the Col- Mr. /ubrcy Best, Clerk of th.
:-; James II, arrived C.I.D, Trinidad Police Force. She
father's DtaMSJ Uw '"'"' "n Thursday and expects to expects to be away for about two
T.C.A. They are staying:
They came all the way carer
from Vancouver, where her hus-
band i* at prosenl workins. ?
connect with the T.C. A fliieht.
Principal Of Wye
MR. DUNSTAN SKILHECK.
Bnilu was given away by M;
Fred Simpson, close friend of the
family. She wore a dress of while
slipper satin, cut on Princess
style trimmed with seed pearls
and with a flowing train. Her veil
was held in place by a lace pill-
box trimmed with'seed pearls.
She carried a bouquet of white
Mrs. Ted Hoad was Matron 01
honour and the :..
Miss Eleanor Taylor. Their dresses
of blonde laci' were cut along the
same lines, ballerina length sicirt,
Mghncckcd and sleeveless with up-
..tandir.g cullui*. They wore pill-
boxes of white satin, trimmed with
seed pearls and carried bouquets
of white Caracas daisies.
The 'groom who is with the
Hoyal Bank of Canada's branch
Kingston, Jamaica arrived hero
on Wednesday. His Bestman was
Mr. Edward Elliot.
The ceremony was performed by
the Rev. Fr. a. ptridoaon
Ushers were, Mr David Read.
Mr. Maurice Leach, Mr Charlie
Peterkin and Mr. Willie Elliot
return in Venezuela in t*u wvtki. months.
nd Mrs HAY Be SILVA
un Wednesday, 2Xth March.
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WEDNKSIJAV A THVSBBDA^ NlOlfT .il UJD
."AT O-BHIEN. HUBEItT RVAN. ll.MUIAlfA IIA11T tlFAN SJTtX'KWKU
in "THE BOY WITH THE GREEN HAIR"
Leavin The Leewards
lfc*R. lad Mrs, Harold Hamey
Principal of Wye ColUffsi
ol fht l*:uversity of London ar-
rived here yesterday by R.W.I.A.
on a four-day visit. Mr Skllbeck
had been in Trinidad altendinu
Ihe Imperial College of Tropical
Agriculture's Silver Jubilee cele-
bration*. He is on the Governing:
Body of l.CT.A Before his ar
.rival in Trinidad Mr. Skillwek
was in Jamaica on g visit to th**
College of the VfCSl
He expects to leave Barbados
MR. DIARNUID GORDON ar-
rived from Trinidad yester-
day by B.W.l.A. to spend th.-
Easier week-end in Barbados
Also up from Trinidad for th*
Easter holida.vs are Miss Joan
Sokol. Mr. Noil Fitzwilliai
Peter I'ltts. Mr Geoffre* <;.
Smith. Mr. and Mr*. Arnol.i Ksfl
shall and their son Chris.
COL. GEORGE ROBERTSON
arrived from Montreal >*:
terday by T.C.A. to spend t"*i>
weeks' holiday In barbadoa. He
i.. staying at the Ocean View Hotel.
Col. Robertson wl'.o is in th.-
Canadian Army Re.-crve Force Is
AMONG the passengers arriving
by Avcnsa lor the Easter hol-
will shortly be leaving the
Leeward Mauds lo take up rcsi
dence at Vieux Fort In St. Luci.
where Mr. Harncy has accepted B
position as magistrate Mr Bai
ii" has served twenty-nine ycurs
in the Lccw.ii ^ s.ivice He quali- '
tied in law in 1W8 and on return- 'days were Mr. and Mrs. Haul-
ing to Antigua he was appointed Rodriguez. Mr, Rodriguez is a
Registrar. From there he went to hydraulic engineer in Caracas.
St. Kitts as an additional magit- They are enjoying their holiday
Irate Mr. and Mrs Harney left immensely and expect to return to
St. Kitts two months ago on ., Venezuela tomorrow,
holiday to the Virgin Islands.
During their absence they lost all
of their furnishings in a lire In
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YOU TO ENJOY THE BEST IN MOTION PICTURE CARE-
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MONDAY TLES----1.10 I. Ihr KIG Snow ol Uir Week
JOHN WAYNE Oliver Hoiih
'THE III,HUM. KENTKKIAN"
and l*| Instalment
"JAMES BROTHERS OF MISSOt'RI"
See and don t be left on tie oulnde for this Bta Show ot the
Week. It* Action from Hip Word SUrL It'i D.namlle '
MAT. 4.30 MONDAY- "THE FHiHTINU SEA mis
A wide range In seleci [rum...
CUPS ami PLATES
Stocked by our IIARDWAHU DKPAKTMKNT
Telephone N,.. 20:19
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i oin\ i \i nun LTD.
DINE and IH\(I.
EASTER MONDAY 26th MARCH
SPECIAL DINNER WILL BE SERVED
from 79 p.m.
DANCING P.M. 2 A.M.
Music by Kichc Goodridce and his Orchestra
DINNER & DANCE
Admission lo DANCE only $1.0(1
nakc your TABLE RESERVATIONS EARLY
It. GEORGE KINO who
brought his young son up
from Trinidad for a holiday gtaa
returned to Trinidad. He is Seruoi
Traffic Representative, B.W-1. A
at Plurco. His son George Is still
here. Mr. Bertie King. George-'-.
Iirothcr. who was in Trinidad on a
short visit returned on Friday
afternoon by B.W.l.A.
ONGRATULATIONS to Mr
llerlie Graham, son of the
late Capt George Graham and
Mrs. C. Graham, of Benston-on-
Sea. Maxwell, who successfully
passed the 2nd part of his MB.
Kx. mil im turn Si Omjfl Hospital.
Back From India
IN FREDDIE MILLS Chines.*
Restaurant. Just oh* Totten -
ham Court Road, last week w..s
Frankic Worrell, the great Bar-
badian-born batsman, who h:is
just r*turned from a tour of In-
dia with the Commonwealth
learn. Frank described the trip aa
'dimply grent" and said he wi.i
only sorry that It was over. Hi*
had flown back from India to save
Sonny Hamadhin. Trinidad's
young spin bowler, and the other
numbers of the Commonweal!h
team, ciiming by sea. should have
arrived in England on March
SHEETS so ..oo 7-07 78
TABLE CLOTHS 2". 2-99
|whl. and Bo'dan
I it- x je
WHITE TOWELS l54
TAPESTRY, *-* * I-94
FANCY TICK 1"
Pink. Cue-, Bloc
l\\m M WH1TF1ELDS
YOUR SHOE STORES
i>\\ HAM n M
-I M..M MAOtVTE
h\RM USD G\RDh.\
tolh lif, growth habila and
how theee nwda are
of compare 11
"niM had the idea Ut >Jm
food of plant* was win- sub>Unc-
onlyOre. water, nunr. <1 and
many other materials arc inen-
tionHj l_i, jpftasis
waa piacoci 0 iheorv
that plants ft ,, bil* of aoii,
organic niatur particularly, gained
I the English use of
d BMMIl t> -
i*c Ui.. waa thai i i
inlei -Ullage produced ^ M
clesiiuhlf linen.-..- Ihu
easier for m
investigations showed (*<
source of Um
to lc gaseous as u, .
aa then easy to dlecow
to control iu plant food
of course, must b.- In ao|y|
>l by the plant for imme-
Plant food it :
vgurded aa a potential supply,
la one of the chief proi>:-
aoll management whtthtr on
farm or garden, and the main
Qpantionj Lavmirfaif nieh
c-n.wnll> tilled soiK containing
I Uaa ol (K>tenuai
Djlant food may :
to be maintained at a high level,
at least part of the food removed
by cropa aaual be returned either
. (arm manure or <
It is the case thai tht
r- upp|y of available
fooa the smaller the v.--.
up for dm.
in other words, then-
rauit be a proper baianoa aad Ihii
Uh* noture of the crop grown:
modern farmers and
: i-lv on
gfvfca, derived mainly
fill experimental work.
ion-eel formula to use.
( such advire i
result in ,uev lo6t
-covery of commercial
fcrMueis has played a vital part
; induction and agncul-
poa) eraaW an i
muih thankfulness are due to the
"> this field, nrtattjr
urn led Experiment SttU
land, during the middle af the
leal century. Due largely to the r
efforts. supplier, of nitrogen.
potash and phosphate, the ele-
iemand for crop
eTOVtfa can l>e purchased tn suiu
able fonn irke any other com-
| dally use.
Gardening Hints For Amateurs ^c-:*/Mr,
_. Live In England
I lie liiirdi'll III .vlarrli
m So Lord Nelson
by GORDON HOLMAN
Saapalragiw. Stitndhvs in The >
GardenYellow EUgnoaii *> <*> *
a SHORT lime ......... ;oed for year*.
Wm made as to ihe cause of the viilHlulvr I
strong* behaviour at I FLOWEWNG \ INK*
qbm Inapdraaoa | anti Continued
i lu Valla* liuno.n.i
off for no apparent reaaon. Pi
hap. a healthy looking hai:
even one in full Lloo,... growing over .. .of ^^' ini* iv i^d lhem to our
and growing under the same OOSV folUuje is evergreen, and the main to ""^ ""- l-" <"< '
dtttong will be othet he rt of ihe vtaaf clings I
Macleans s>m&!iB tooth paste
keeps tfisn^ni wnnnr
iv igas, i,.,..
of 26 i
hearty Snapdragons. .! arh) Um
Well, the ,,nwi. kg
that no one knows the reason
by an experienced man from the
could find no discernible cause lor
England in the Iris);
>nel boat, to live mod
the oasaktrai of nubiin
-n Earl- the
ciT > ii annul t
. ( Tr-iia.
g.-rcm, | live 'II
1 ind >u\ more.
but. during th ig it
P*1"* "ll' I t. Mter a period in Eiiv. l-i
being a real gho N , hat traveiloi
ci-i are so < l< i pachl I fa hig Wl vears. ma. move on to
use that a*> b, uth Ai..-a
Big- Bui F.ngl-iui. foi ihe man whia*
.ill grow >n anv portion, ai-eestoi ::iade the f-mou* signal.
The seed podg ti,- da> uill do his duly.' w.l.
oniy be a place to be vuuted.
ror whar eacgh, uae the PKROXIDb
>th pa uar Mackani every day.
-, -t .^.tlll
Some gardeners claim that on
bark can be seen eaien off, jus.
g hi N H would go bclov.
face of the earth But,
the affected plants da
thu sign, so It Mil hardl> "a"lTSfStod
claimed as being the cause of *- r^ *" *i
. IntereaMns to ki "" T* S^ISSSL^t
.f anyone an explanation ,J ^SSL^ST^i ^
Cftowertog j U' 0t> hardener.
rlaw real .. surplus of seeds or '' '' hgfffttj hit I I
CUtthLp jrou would like to eg. thg leath ol the fburth Earl In
Write to "Gardening", c a "i January thii yaiir to
Advocate and watch this column "( "'' -'iitiuil > ggahea it neceasary
MANY ol v,,n ma]
serve up gome of these Vene
Jiielan rneonut cakes and cookies.
Torla l>v ChCO
C meat of two coconutn.
ffe***! '. ind of white
gUSBT. Take the milk of one large.
coconut, four ounces ol flour, Ovo
mond> roasted and
ground, five i
ents well. I.
OUShly, pukM in a but
giving It Um oid wIvcV
nut ,iisb. and perban
the belter of thi
Kemove lb,- mHk from a |tr
r" "' i mil mil-, the
yomm of i. ... . ga, w.u i^nleu
and kW or 1
Cool; over ;. |
""ins 10 til thg fiu\
urn tinikei, Now rah)
beao oc bneios i iv them In
tom oi | ,u->\ gnd pour U>
um im.i.Mi ovei them. Sprinkle
Bizc Oc llueloa
Now we have to make some of
pe oc huelos which you'll
li^c to put in the Dial
rake three eggs and separate the
mii^ndiri** Beal "" **"
IT. .idding tb.- sugar little
VC tin: n.ixluie. stir m
the Bout, also little bv
imie and grated
lemon riml Qbn U
all a good extra beat-
ing, place in greas-
.....' lone, langue de
Chatta ptuu and bake
hi ., BBodaraii oven
until golden brown.
Now what about a
/ The Spanish Cock-
' l.nl |g shaken until
4 strong dashes of A
'i gill of Italian Vermouth
Before straining, squeeze the
3 or 4 pieces oi Ukmon
peel in the glass. Pour the mix
to the glass and drop
another piece of squeezed Icmc-v
peel Into Ihe glass
Verbenas are late
this year, and by all accounts the\
are not as fine as usual Thi-
'ovely annual, needs to Dl
ished with fnsh seedlings, or bits
from another garden from time Tn
rlaw, or It may be found thai
certain colours die out, and the
log plants deteriorate
Slandhy* in the harden
Km i those gardeners who go in
ai.s uiii Brad thai it aOog not
depend on annuals NOB
..is never a rich
Be." Lord Nelson told me today.
oato^gf tt>. years h. ba* spmit in
Britith Ship Taken
forashoit in i tad Again. A British ship landeii IbA
ilhout a few good aid [ Ihera, including bo chttd
Kcva^. k> BaaJ *.^ .xA-b---- tl ltd O .L i ....
as well, there is apt to
l n thciv aie Uti
lowers in the garden.
I ' >! the best and meat reliable
Tt fM in April 1946 ttwl the
i. n ending Ihe Nelson an
rhlca was payable "tt
whon, the title ol LOfd N1
ToL.l coat of the countr> v> grat-
itude In I Trafalgar
mi .-timatetl at lie
There was no compensation, bm
enclave In what before the
l .oved restriction, n '>'
sale of the Ti.it.J
wer< bastowe.i on ihe first Earl
i "1'iw. South-
from the IH.400-ton Union Castle N*h>n.
nwroaro VgjylBft Sh..... lOMW ,.:, nioemfunleto l-aau> the lMay DMH. Tialalgai BOW
uaeful hardy pUnt ranging (ion. N( ... ,;,,,aanillH.rfc ^ and J.415
kJ*5&2 -, from SerbnS *** i""1"
E, tt^i'- -- v',,y Sffi W- -:h,.ituhrm.i March 11. more of th.
, *iit.isgru. \ ...... rel(Cl wM |H. ,.ll( They aie >n
(ram Cu t.ug. and undoi tayow l(u. ,. .. f . ..,., Lord
abu- gaiden conditions of good soil During the S.772-inlle voyagi
ind regulai wateruig it will grow the othei i3i passengen In the Sinn TMay ho wmi (till Ihora
. ;g bush three to four fwi Hluemfauieki CaaUe heard tho although thU, the Uuh of hi h.
high. When the plant Ihowi sign. AchturuBj" bawl .,it uam from erlv u. Knglan.l. lu I I i<-
of becoming scrawny and deterio the ship's loudspeakers, preceding sold.
tub. in German of
( Inef German aflBOUMtr was
en Mtha, l.mky ix-
leotMr >>( the German:, on board,
a ii.oi,., ... i i, thi
II nUna to Marl eattla
In Bouth-Wi n AJrica
Alt. t (tearing the CaMon ..n,
"'i tlcitartBMntg, Uie neu
uft by train rat Waad
hoek. the territory's capital.
Most of them a i i
by employers and relatives in their
nan l.omclan,! f, N ,
raling. it ghouM bd GUI back to
win,in i foot of the ground
e'.l In a
faw wcck> h "ill ha II)
and vbnroua ajaua 11
pure white, and a !>i
varMy of the Panlaa, i
two ie leai b;.iii, thai
pla Pantai floan ra all
tinuously, and the cut flowers lusi
well in the house.
lovely purple and pink ground
Orchids. Gvrberas, Hibiscus, Pride
of Barbados, Pink Coralita. Com
:.. (red ind I
Not uii> do thaw plants. Somti
Lord Nelson bad lost the Battle
of Traralaar Than arauld havo
been no BrNarti Kmplrt as wo
i \ aba batter than
most Australian-, anil Ii
In n.ii parl the Km pi re. he
i "The name NcImmi i
I Am. i lea. where
i a .. hi tradition bai |
part in the r< rmaluw ol great
wwid OejjaaadM K^rrv.u
i ^i I* i ii i:
To-duy 4.45 and H.'Mt p.m. antl continuing lo 'I'liursil.i
...in all its wonder
...in ell ils innocence
/ ...AS NEVER BEFORE!
J ARTHUR RANK prewnt*
JEAN SIMMONS Hdi'STON
O I. V M P I C
l.u.l Tu ikW Tudav 1.45 and K.IS p in lsl liulalnicnl
Monday and Tiic*dnv Ml mid U| p.m. Fiiml Iii.IuIiih'Iii
Tursday 5.IHI and K.:i(l p.m. First InMaliiirnl
Wrdnrsday 3.00 and S.3II p.m. Final InUlmrnt
ATOM MAN vs. SUPERMAN"
JSDl i9 i
1 iw ubbB 4 asH| w tm <
Ti 5 11
! ? wm
TO ALL OUR
"ATOM MAN vs. SUPERMAN
SUPERMAN K1KK ALYN 4. I.YI.F TAI.ROT
O I, Y M P I C
Wetlnesdny and Thursdjy. 4.3U and 1.11 p.m.
Bfth't double :
'SING WHILE YOU DANCE'
The true, savage story
of BILLY THE KID !
LAST (2) SHOWS
4.30 & 8,30
He had a talent for
AUDIE'".....GALE P^ A. MRT* TOREN
MURPHY-STORM iJ^M chandler
^.ukii M.iii aima siunio L(uiit atUPHiH- .Wi .Mil
SU-JDAV M)\"( mi
RUNDAT, M Mil 'i *. I9:"
Pickwick C.C. Demands May Oxford Boat Sinks UPSETS AT UNION PARK
Stifle 1951 Football Season T ., Footmark and The Jester Beaten
In Inter-V arsity Kace
W.I. Cricket Hoard Face* Dilemma
BY OS. COPPIN
| Or did I hear that Foi
What do you know
DO YOU KMOW ttan ENO
ia cooling tod refreshing, an un-
rivalled health drink; foe youngs
DO YOU KNOW
thai ENO hM
gentle I oxati ve action
and is a perfect cor-
rective for stomach
and liver disorders ?
MH tew days the Pickwick Cricket
BDd the Barbados Amateur Football Aaaoda- I
ba before the board of public opinion fPtel
it Impossible lhal the 199) football season may be I
'he other hand il might be thai
lorn and fairpl>iv will obtain and a most unpleesaii <,
irio.1 in the hlStOT) of lOOal fool ha 11 negotiated without |
'ace" on cither side
The position in a nutshell Is as follow* Owing to
e unaailalactor) eondlUona < htaininf during the is* i
. Queen's Park", the HAT A approached the V.
itn a view to staging the 1949 football season at 1
ON GOIII BASIS
f T WAS ACHEED thai tor ,.t the gross takings would go to thci
Pickwick Cricket Club and out of this thiy would defray the ,
expenses of providing balls, cashiers for collecting the gate money, a '
prepared playlngrield and perform other administrative dutfa
Through concatenation of circumstances the B.A.F.A/on the one
'n.it according lo certain arrangements the Pickwick
lid i>uv 2ii''. of Ihelr MT to the Barbados Cricket Association.
hut on the other hand thr 1'ickwick C.C assumed that on the strength
rrespondence lo the B.A.F.A. that Ihev would
, Iigatcd to pay this 20"S to the Cricket Association
THEY STII.I. PAID
HOWEVER (or more reasons than one they made generous gifis to
lha Barbados Cricket Association out of the proceeds of the 1949
and 1950 seasons.
This was quite agreeable to the B AT A. since It has always been
.irrangements between the Pickwick C.C. and
lha Barbados Cricket Association ar* so complex that they cap be
1 of man and wife and therefore anyone who
attempted lo Interfere would !* considered as wise as a man who
ol tempted lo sett la private affairs between u man and his wife without
I having bean < .tiled in to do so in a legal capacity.
SoU in bottlei for lotting jresknot*
Eno's Fruit Salt'
. .,f. ..w v
. . Til I \ K S I 0 W I T HO I I.
I i Hi and ceilingi witli Hotioi! Oilbound v\'.r.
horn eool and fmh il"-1........looli Utd li" thii an notary
\1 I amid to "..'!" il lahabla unl durable. Than
are own than twtntgr detigbtl
flat, smooth fcnlsa M itrail rrj
oafj to .ii>|.ly.i.ii.l)..ii'll I a ,
orpriaed to fiud how fur ii p>f.
M I Ii I: II 1
NEW UNEXPECTED DEMANDS
NOW on the vcillc of the opening of .he IBM season the Pickwlrk '
t Club has sent a letter lo the B.A.F.A. silting out certain
conditions under which they slate football ttn be played at Kensington
They have apparently ignored completely the agreements of the
1949 and 1950 seasons against which the H.A.F A have had no grou-.'
and out of the blue have made suggestions which woul.l cut in h.iil
the amount which the B A F.A. had received in the two previous
""This to mc seems strange and untenable. If the B.A F A. has not
rroUaUd against the amounts received during the past two seasons,
then why should lha IVk..,.k C.C hold out this ultimatum'
PUBLIC MUST BE JUDGES .
TMIE spurting public should be left to Judge this reason since they
1 ore the people who pay to ee football and are the shareholder.
They too are thi people who put their hands in their rkets a,,,
stump, up funds when there is an appeal to buy land at Kensington or
to provide lor additional pavilion accommodation. 1Q,o.i,e
*Vh.| ..f llu new suggestion.' Here it ;s In 1949 .he
K,,!,,!. collected wen- luat over 13,000 and the BA FA. received
a" "heir share slightlv more than (1.000. Last year the fund. eoflocKd
, (5.000 and the 11 A FA. received a sum exceeding (J'000.
Let us assume that the 1H1 season yielded the same IS 0O0 as did
the 1950 season. Under the new terms offered by the I ickwii" u.
ibi 1AF.A.. instead of reeeiving (2.092 would receive (1.100 I..n
than M ." lUHUh atloo lor such a move in the history of sport.
B.A.F.A. TO LOSS HALF
TIIS is how it IS made up The Pickwick C C. are asking thai It
l Ihe Bros, lak.ng, ix- deducted for administration andIrs-hi..
and thai would mean (500 of the hypothetical (5.000. TJJJ""1'
SncnBta last vear for paUeo. BrOOtabiaa, rolling ground, teleph. .e.
,i,l ,,!l whatnot amounted to $1,200. That leaves a iiet amour, of
si-inn I'll. ire then Una thai this .mourn be ttvMM of Ini
otsifof Ml/3 P.. ,.,.- ....."h of the B.C.A., the MdriOk6C. and
thVB.A V A and llns means, that each body will receive 11.100.
To i.,il,.lato then, out of the 15 000 to;: Ihe season^ P'<-J
r r for manv reasons wil reeeive (2.B00. B.A.F.A. (1,100 .uui
, : Al' :,1,. $1,100. Mow could any Association or .running
fooib.ll ae. ept such le, ins in the nan* of thoac who play football and
In the name of those who pay to see football .
B.A.F.A. SAY "NO"
TIF. Football Aaaoelation have said in no uncertain terras uiat
. uinis could never l accepted an 1 they point out thai
Hi. v Uwmaelvca are satisfied with the terms that obtained during the
. scars and have not asked for a revision of sued terms.
go flu thm and add that any arrangements which the Fick-
i' uk C C and th- Barbados Crickel Association from whom they
hnvc leased Kensington would not be the concern of the Barbados
Amateur Football Association. ____
This being the ease the Pickwick C.C. w.ll be hard put to at-
tempt to disagree with this, since it has been shown thai for the past
two seasons tnev have made a handsome profit and Ihe B A r A
tt a lesser degree.
If the 11 A FA. have not asked for a reviiion of the terms, then
pKgl rovWOO b the Pickwick Club that would decimate
the ,.....Iis of the II A F A should be submitted lo the sporting pub-
lic of Barbados tor then strictest censure.
Assuming that the Pickwick C.C. Will see reason and the season
td al Kensington under the old terms, then the B A.F.A
propose staging a tour here during the last Iwo weeks of Mny bclwcen
the Kingston C C football team of Jamaica nnd
Ihe 11 A.F A.
UMPIRE DECIDES "NO RACE'9
Will lie Re-rowed To-morrow
LONDON. March 24.
THE 1951 Inter-Varsity Boat race will be re-rowed on
af'er the Oxford boat had sunk shortly after the start owinu
to the rough water.
c unbridgi who had the misfortune to draw the worse
station at the start, rowed magnificently to be nearly five
lefigths up. when the craft of their rivals sank. They had
by then completed nearly one mile of the four and a
quarter mile course from Putney to Mortlake. Oxford
had covered barely half a mile.
i Whether the Cambridge crew
could have rowed on and claimed
the race M a matter of opinion,
but their Jtcsidcnt Bryan Lloyd.
an Australian, said he was per
fcctlv satisfied with th>
of tha umpireIhe Bishop of
Willesdon. Lloyd thought, how
ever, that they might possibly
have completed the course with
Conditlons were appalling, with
a high head wind throwing up
great white horses, when ihe
CraWI U-rt the starting- slake. Ox
ford had won the toss, and chose
the Surrey station which had what
though in a worse position, made
., .iwigniiicent start and were
quickly two lengths In the lead.
Oxford, with the heaviest crew
ever, found grc.it dilTiculn in
countering the conditions, and
altar rowing about Ihree minutes
il was clear that the boat would
shortly sink, so much water
wan they shipping.
there had beei
Union Park Ojtens
In Wet Weather
Heavy >howcts in the I
the union Park Easter lour o-^
meeting and earned upsets anr
alight accidents. The results were
I 1.A VICTUIHE. Ilirtiwidgr
J llHI'MINF. .Uilchmai.'
.1 MAZAIIl-Nl. iWildf-it.
I'.im Paid SS.H to tain. |l *J lo place
unless the announcer was nol telling the truth it iei-
U.m7> sU-ms ,lu,t this wa. ih. CM. ^'^^x
Park It is one of the most surprising results in rac-
ing that 1 have ever heard or seen.
When I tuned in yesterday things at Union P rk
did not seen, to be going as usual. Strange to say
a lot of rain a few hours before the racta suited.
Union ax we ail know, is famous for its dry tracks. There was some
ram there in 1MB. but nolh.ng. I gather like what there waa yes-
terday. When imported honm run livr fi'rlong* in 1.0JI. on' ">
imagine it was Ih, type of downpour which is associated wllh the
Trinidad climate in the months of June lo November.
Yet when 1 heard that the rain had fallen 1 at once soldI to. ni>-
we Jtorn on during the Bm two dayi 0l the Chnstmas meeting
s^Tadditioirwe were told, from a most aulhor.utlve source, that
! V on aoil traeks tha. he gave his bent performances in Jamaica.
Th^^umoulsof bone trouble* I -hough,. H-d^tolo prove
themselves and the opposition were in for another drubbing.
Tame the announcement of the final starters and when Jolly
rria?sTan\e wm struck out .followed by SUvcr Bullel. -weir. I
thouaht otiV*irlend eertainlv is favoured b\ Ihe Ma. There were now
onlv fm.r left in ^ challenge h.m and of those I could only St. two
Sttn ,nv sort ot chance. Th5a were Oelhi. who ran most consistently
Us Chruma-"and rx>von Market, who won a nine furlong with ex-
uench Ugh weight also at tn. IUtl l",lvh o( lh
JJKffcoiSTwUhoul much future and long past the stage *hen mem
h>r* f then sex arc uccuatomrd to make come-backs
The ho scV were off and l> ' led- R,unil
the first bend he had a two lengths lead from Devon Market who in
1 SIS tH'O.. 'LuK-hiii.nl'
9~mx*i: nn.u:. >H-td*idf
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j BUDDHA. tE Oonulni
r.ri p.nd KMW lo win: SI SO K
ii wo>n(t. KU "i pl- > Inlrd.
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3 FABLll_"S lljido trim'i.
; iriM.ss RAaSIYYA iStewart)
1 CATtBACT. tWlldoX.
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I BUNNY CAME 11
3 HI.UR DIAMOND <' I*
a-bt MoniT-/. ii
mi tii.*. iKoriiv
i n^ifr Fiiwn. itnastft
I oat n "rN. 'A. j.rph<
S MV HABU. iJ I
i< e.iTr.e H
./ilh their boat full of wntcr
rescue launch dashed to their aid
as they swam out of their sinking
i selected by
JAMAICA XI MAY COME
THE Kingston (' C. players won the First Division Shield in Ja-
maica this year and I had the privilege of seeing them play a
farowaU matd against the Royal Innisktllings whom they beat by six
goals to one.
The Kingston players are keen footballers and should be more
than a match for our combined strength, yet il will constitute the first
visit of a Jamaican football team to these shores. This alone will
make the tour all the more desirable .-is it is freely admitted that in
spite of all other considerations, sport is the most proved medium of
bringing Ihe inhabitants of Ihe Caribbean islands together
W.I. CRICKET PUBLIC ANXIOUS
T"M1E Wait Indian cricket public are Incoming mori than impatient
at ihe delay by the West Indies Cricket Board of Control in
'announcing Ihe West Indies learn to tour Australia in 1951-52
It has been put forward thai lha renson for this delay is the [act
[ thai the West Indies Crickel Board of Control have not yet had ac-
. a so. ah* (a. - /%a,lB.-*'V W\Wf 'cp'tni H li'tni Ki.tiikie Worrell and Sonny Rsmadhin who have bolh
A I HAk* J \Af Akh S IliKr^ J*J*t toured India with the Commonwvaltliteam.
MLL I I/. IX ! TTMIXL *- VIM.W t A, nrM wai inc|inc
The following are th
and this week's fixture
Savannah Club Tennis
i. ton not iiu s
Mm. R. f DaiHroli nnd Ml.. D Wi
l*i Mti. C. 8. l and Mrs. C. I. skir.
mi s . DOI mi
"r c a HBanaia "'xt I P I
h*al R S Boi*..,M -ud C. A. Pallor
.. r, <
i a on K' siNi.i.rts
Mr*. B. S. Baneren Mr- C 6 L*c
Mib G I'llBTli" ..ml Mix I I ..-.Sin'
. Mr*, l^ttr and Ml-. D. Austin.
thn. on the oir- ,,,ck stretch Footmark actual-
ly tocraaaad his lead to about four lengths and by the lime they begun
to turn home sounded as if il was all over, bar the shouting. L-rv..n
Market had by now Increased his load from the other three who
seemed to be struggling to keep up. Right into the home stretch did
our hero continue to lead comfortably. Then with one furlong to go
presto! Devon Market was alongside. Devon Market had passed
him! Devon Market had won by ten lengths
I have seen a lot of races in my days. I have seen horse* win
bv 10 lengths, by 20 lengths. But I have never seen a horse gain
leu lengths on another in one furlong, either at the start or finish of
any race. Something. I do not know what, must be radically wrong
Of course wc have to remember a lot of things when analysing
this race and one of these is thai it was the first time that Footmark
had met the A class horses over anything more than six furlongs.
Wc must also remember that he carried 125 and Devon Market 114.
Again there is the possibility that Devon Market, once a very good
rorlse there- I horse himself, had shown us all too plainly last January that he was
. fore" ~whcVthev stopped' rowing once more about to regain his form. Yet taking these points one by
a**** ron:- .. .''... "rrvLL.. 2 one still feel that there must be some extenualing circumstances for
Footmark's failure of which wc have not yet heard.
For Instance, if Foolin.uk eouUI not l..sl for a mile, then in the
Derby lasl Christmas, even again; t udetiui company, he could not
have won as easily as he did 1 took particular pains lo watch him
in his finish then and when Newman gave him his head in the home
stretch, just to be sure, he responded in the most game manner. He
hen ran two six furlong races in which he lay ofl the pace and then
fought out Ihe finish to win going away. One of these with 135 lbs.
It seems reasonable to assume that a mile at Union would not be
loo much for a horse of this nature in any company.
Next we come to the possibility of weight. To Footmark. 125
lbs in mv opinion, would be like 100 to somo other horses. There-
fore allowing Devon Market 11 lbs. is not really asking much, and
although Footmark might have been beaten, it seems incredible that
in- ihould Lota by M Iba
With regard lo the possibility about Devon Market's rejuvena-
tion there is no doubt that he must be once more in good shape. But
at no time in the past, could he ever give the opposition a ten lengths
beating. His best meeting was the Arlma fixture of 1848 nnd here he
etuauj went down to Adventuress in his first outing and was beaten
once more before Ihe meeting was over. Therefore no matter how
much he regained his form i cannot ever aae bun M one capable of
winning from a fit Footmark by 1U lengths. gXCtpl OVgt ;i mile ami
Time alone will tell us what tha trouble was. But trouble enough
there was for poor Footmark yesterday at Union Park, and few people
Who witnessed the even! will forget il in a hurry.
Another big upset yesterday was the defeat of The Jester by
Flyaway in the McEnearney Trophy. Here again 1 thought the mud
was much in The Jester's favour. Itt mcinbcring his runaway victory
in Ihe Breeders' Stakes on similar going, it seemed a certainty for
him. When I heard that his Jamaica rival Paris was scratched I
felt doubly sure about it. Even if Sun Glee or All Baba had done
the tnck i might not have been so surprised. But Flyaway, in spile
of being a sister to Jetsam and Ligan. has nothing more to recommend
her than a few spasmodic wins in inferior F class company between
her three and four-year-old c'ays.
I was also very interested in Ihe early pace shown by Wavecrest.
This horse gave such promise last year at Union lhat he was once
favourite for the Trial States. But since then he grew steadily worse
and last Christmas he could not even get up with the front runners.
Perhaps Ihe fact that he can now out-foot The Jester in the first three
Cambridge, in the meantnn-,
showing wmoetful watermanship,
were making great headway and
WC** m\ lengths in front. Il now
became a question of whether
!.| row over ihe course
for victory, but when only just
short of the milcpost, tie Umpire,
tha Btlhon Of WilUsdcn George
Ellison, a former Oxford Blue,
declared It no race and Cambridge
Conditions rccullcd former races
of a similar natura to 1912 whan
Tounia- both boats sank, and Oxford won
lha mow; i" ISSS when Cam-
bridge finished alone after Oxford
sank, and in 1925 when Oxford
became waterlogged and could
not finish. This was the 97th
race Of 'he series. Cambridge
rMVtrifl won 52 to Oxford's 43 with
one deadheat in 1877.
mi n uuiin i -
J. It Manning .ii-d I' \l.(i l.n...!.
A. O'N. Skn.ir and V H
> C . ManiMttS and E P Tvlor rrou,| who had come to
I) I Ijwlrn. jtvtl II. L Toppln
The Cambridge University crew.
though having shipped
wetter, were able to row back to
They had dlfit-
eulty in lifting Ihe croft out
IUM of the water
Norn? was more bitterly dlsap-
...ir.t.'d than the hure holiday
the race. The time Oxford st.p-
> i- ii.h ard was cttcHiow ped after the start, was stated
a. w.nm and w. ii *"' to be 2 mins. 35 sees. Cambridge
It "' a. had rowed for 5 mins. 10 sees.
hll\ll imm in*
Mr* H Ohalln.r ana K MBhnn v.
HM En. Bowvn and C. O'M Skinner.
against Ihe seemingly schoolboy treatment of West Indies ertckat fans
in withholding Ihe publishing of the Uam on thee grounds, since the
team could be published with the nder that these two had not yet
TEAM WOULD BE CHANGED
ON sober reflection however I realise 1hat if Worrell and Ramadhin
had both declined lo accept the invitation lo tour because of
financial considerations or if either of these had declined for similar
reasons, then the departmentalisation of Hie icon might be affected
and those players whom the West Indies Cricket Board of Control
eelcd might h.ive to ba reconsidered in the light of
I have no brief at nil tor the O icket Board of Control
but I think that it is fair to point this out in their defence fur not
having anm>un< cd ihe team up lo this time
TOO "Ilt'SIl RUSH"
ON the other hand they could build easure of a c<
pletcly nor existent goodwill if they could UUH Ihe Press and
therefore the We-; Indie- -j orting public into Iheir confidence and
make public a wealth of non-contenlious information about West
Indian em k t thj withhold for no logical reason what-
The news tegardmg the personnel of the learn as well as the pro-
tha naaoUatrOU to obtain th( aervtcoa of Worrell and Rama-
dhin cannot be considered the prlVOU propeitv of \>n< West Indies
Cricket Board f Control by an$ stretcA of the imagination and the
sooner th-% treat the West Indies cricket public like grown-ups. the
furlongs may be a sign that he is coming back. In that case he may
yet win before the Union meeting is over.
Meanwhile Ihe Easter Guineas does not appear as if it will be
the push-over for The Jester which 1 expected. By his running yes-
terday there must be doubla about his stamina and in that case Paris,
if nothing is really wrong with him, should come into the picture
Of course a great deal of stamina is not required for 7 furlongs. But
the two furlongs extra must cause The Jester more trouble than we
imagined if he was caught going back yesterday over five.
Yet another surprising win at Union Park was that turned in b."
Princess Rassiyya. Repe.itcdlv labelled In the past ,is ,t five furlong
filly, sne not only exploded this btUaf by winning over seven but did
nfler being taken back and brought on again In a driving finish
What intrigues me about this filly is thai it may well turn out, that
lha || batter over this distance if ridden lo this manner. Her breed-
ing suggests it and the one and only race which she won before this,
as a two-year-old. lends support because it was similarly run. One
i often deceived by this type of horse.
In C class 1 cannot say there aie many names which strike a
fnmiliar note with me. Both La Vicloire and Sunny Game, winners
.tie str.itigei to alttW gh BuDB] QUM liiiv alrfll
done well in British Guiana. However I notice that Blue Diamond
I !..'. Paacadoraa) ran on well to displace St. Morlu, and if she can do
this over 7 furlongs I am definitely on the look out for her to win
ivei the mile before the meeting is through. She is a filly who I
think is much belter al nine than any other distance, and porhi(>.
a bil beyond. Few people out here seem to know, or remember, that
she ran third in ihe Welsh Ponv Turf Club Oaks.
All Combermero Old boys am nig of the school which begin.',
reminded of the Old Boys' Rac-.* al 1 p.m. on Tuesday, March S7.
which will take place at 5 p.m. at Parents and well wishers ore a'so
the Annual Athletic Spurts Meet- welcome.
Agenta: GARDINER AUSTIN & Co.. Ltd.
KING PIN SETS
Fn TUK fOMMWIXK*-
AUSTIN 7 HP, 8 HP.. 10 HP., 12 HP.
FORD 8 H.P. & 10 H.P.
FORD V 8 CARS
FORD V 8 TRUCKS
FORD V 8 THAMES TRUCK
HILLMAN 10 HP.
MORRIS 8 IIP. & 10 H.P.
SINGER 9 H.P. & 10 H.P.
STANDARD 8 HP., 9 H.P., 14 H.P.
VAUXHAU. 10 IIP., 12 HP. 14 H.P.
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-I NDAY, M ARC II U, 1951
i4l-\VI H.ll IS
IN SIMIIV I S
Take your seats, pupils, for the first
of Racing Academy. Yomr tutor
is THE SCOUT. Britain's No. I racing
tcrtttr. and today he Initiates you into the
mysteries of weights.
By THE SCOUT
"PLAT-RACINO 1* little more ttn three
x wrciu away. Many of you will b.-
Impulsively ba.-kuig horses and und-
standing very little about what van are
Others are aa competent at any raring
regular in thumbing through the form-
boo* .Hid (stim.ittng what chances the
various horses hold.
he state of the groundlime arc lust
..:: < '.
di Heretic* u> horn**.
how truly they r.....
The weight whir?, i
- "rr li *.i*n. In
M Dmt Mnokrsl
1-itri.t it a fo.ir-T"'ir*ii|1 nnd
Arbar and the ''Arab look1
i inter* wl-t.
nenvy i/:.ii u-
' Uld.rad .
suppa-o A and B race to-
id A win- by two
In handlcr.0- reioii-n".!
,''. to lr* a
ir.ni tiir-- Baaiara HaUiem
imported mi,. I i.l.unl ..mi. :.".u
II"- *' ', *...... II,,, i,.,,.-
p.--.-I mi lllHl ftlSt l.l-r.-'i,, i.
I' li mm mil i in nflfti -nor in
Un-ir remote deacei........
\' .ii look." <->it.-< uiir *M
M M11..I H*****. -
ipu turrif i itinn r
IMI l*eM (Mi m. i-
Tii-- in-..- imp -i
in MHplai lb* i"'-i' "i Mi>
tirnl h.i- Hi" imnh.i in
..I mi UibMN -ialHi.il t
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lirniiulil l.i Mutlimt
li,.rl-* Turk diURK ami in.
<.--|..||iliin ItiiM.n MT.'I)
ii-in- ii ih. in ii.i. ii. fmin-l.il
llrli hlol.t.. k
n ihr ban*, Tut
I'.r li-.l 4
'o "mi- raer-
in wn i rfi eve
iDtvar* lo have an mjuh
' that m ':--;.i
The* i.... i.
:>n oer rent.
alnara nhviow.X im-l
ih. in thai m mi*.I iii.
-r. oummr. ImmiIkh hn-rrt In
. urn I, I
run i* *hr ihr imp ami
ii i irimii iihii, -
mirrrx In n.lnr
I'i. iiIi-ih.hu Hi' mli rrionl.il
inir-- fit* In Fnelnnd a In 1171
"""" Hlrkard II mil ih* liirl
.1 \runilrl. umlrn inline.
br Ifnarad b* Iba barKr-
n.mmv then. foi;.>
'-WFigtii> 'oe "prlni"
wstvti ~iii ft-r mai iigini
in atftneea' nifn.
earafUi at backing lavjutu
O ami a
..I,.-, M .
.,. i i,.-
D '. HMK IB*
iHKi-lianHlc*p tnrra. -un\r
igMieaWii tmtl'f trSai "fr-t
i titfe Mirmno '
M .HI ll 111. lilt
There's A Touch
Of Tarnish On
The Golden Boy
Trinidad on Thiirsriny evenlaa; to
Hi irae of them, I.
Blgnop inn Un
i and Claret:
Si'iool duiihi! tlie put tew
Ti." Mimaaor ot the t
i nch, prefer* to ba B0O-
told the /\di*i>eat<'
thai he would "li what kind of
show they put up after it li
no) what kind
rat them capahli- Of put-
know Hit quality of their <>i*\'*'-
Ig always ,,
Ught Imxiiik* about the
Inlaiul. The big n-n seem to
dodr> the glove*. After these
cllamptOnahlpa in Trinidad, the
etatton will hold month-
tltlons so that inlorest
ilive. Then it i.s
hoped that heavy-weight boxers
Cram ihe Uorbados
the P.lice Torcc. the
various schools anil any local
The three reprcM-ni i
bop wag beaten In
U trwalghl dfvWon by
Gilbert Goodman but aujbeequent.
ly moved up to. the bantam
Holder Wag Hie ttM UMdfcl
M ir rhampion.
,.- none to Trin-
idad to wlrnest the bowing nre*
I Griffith. Mr I
Vhorne, Mr and Mm. Joseph
TudOT, Mr. F K C. Ucthcll of
"i.- A Delation, Mr. Charles
god Mr and Mrs-
A.rdnmnjh. I. Pund* I
Clyde ), ralklrk 1
Hun. J Railh Rovt... 1
Bad ii.. i.i...
nirnanaham Ciiy >. Hull Cliy I.
Ikii> I, Souihampiiin o.
Cardiff City 1. 8pama Town 0
ChealerfWW 0. Nheffleld United 1
Covcntiy Ciiy 1 WnUntn t.'m!rd 0
unmiliy Town I. Doaca.tar Itovrri 0.
l*alr Clly J llon Tn I
MinchiHii City 4, L**
Notl Cunt 7 Bn I
Preaion Nnnriend 3. Blackburn Royer-
Queen'* Park Ranam 2. luimliv I
-. ii I*aaav DlOilna R
Arbraath I. Quern of iho Smith X
Ayr ttmied *. Albion Ru.-i. 0
CowrtmhfKli S. Q.i.'i.'> Pa,!, |
s-i..i )mn*4oa, i n,.,!!. DnBad m
if.I. Mm ai-..
'' '>. PoM Vale 1
F.eW. Clly 3. Newport County J
Ciilhi'.cliam J. NmOi.iinj.ti.i, TMm
laawlrb Town X 'nlaatrr Ufolrd i
I'Vlun Oriem I. fiwlnrion Town I.
Tnaf. not til* riTilt. i* the
ffo, 1 ball 'ial Ten
The stranger laughed when he
aw the little, three-year-oW boy
earrrtng a bell nearly as Ng as
tiiinIf He Bfld; "That boy will
go far with a ball"
Which puts the Mranger a*
about the best sport-; forecaster of
hi* generation, for the :
old was Denis Compton who even
as a toddler, never weni out of
doors without a cricket ball in his
pocket or a football lucked under
And now ho* the 32-yenr-old
Golden Hoy of sporthe wag 'h<
raunBga) cricketer ever to have
(en ehoaan for Enttland when he
first got that honour nd complet-
ed "the double" with .i Cup Final
medal last Aprilhas :i
Uoy bagun to rust?
The day the current Teat beg n
Denis's wife was awarded a dan e
niw against him He scored :l
Then eama Ihe trouble with bu
knee It started three seasoni ago
but has never threatened his ca-
reer so ominously before.
That kept him out of the second
Ted altogether And In six Test
Innings he made only 31 runs
His wicket fell four times in a
total of eight balls so Oomptoi
most devoted mpporters would be
forgiven for secretly wondering if
their idol would have been better
out of the seriei altogether.
And verv '.ccretly. some must l>e
wondenn.; U Compton through?
One man who Is convinced thot
he's not is Denis's father. II. E
Compton. the carpenter who
shaped Uie Oatean of both Denis
and big brother Leslie.
There have been rumour that
Denis would play in only one
more -i a son of English cricket and
would then emigrate possibly to
Till he's M'
Says father Compton: "I don't
believe thai for a moment. Unless
DanhV) knee gets so bad that he
has a permanently stiff leg he'll go
on playing until he's 60."
The knee, in fact, is only an
addition to physical and mental
ailments whieh have conspired to
produce fumbling uncertainty
where once there wa> the Hashing
brilliance of genius.
Denis suffers from a body ra^li,
legacy of prickly heat on the*
South African tour"Many** the
lime I've had to rub him down
with lotion at the end of a day's
I I ih. i.r.e i-Im' km v about
ft," says father Compton
Than, '>" much cricket. When
he was not playing in Kngl.mil. he
was helping England in Australia
or South Africa and when be
was not doiiik: either, he was help-
ing the Arsenal.
To physical defect was added,
but never mentioned, the stiam -if
n marriage becoming thread-bare.
All these things have reached a
climax in the glaring sunshine and
tlie (niter no-holds-barred at-
mosphere of Australian Test
I remember Compton Ifl >
many phases of his carrer both
on and off the fieldand he was
always a scintillating blade. Hi;
second mat.b IO* MuldleM-x. whei
hookad the Northanta fatl
you or 1 would wave away a fly
bout to settle on our noses W<
felt like the Astronomer Royal dis-
covering a new bright star
He was never one to bat for his
average**t !<* delights of the
dusty statistician) but when he
-iiil go out for ihcm how ht
made the others' figures look He-
MT, v. ben In SO inning*.
Mli lof "ii average of
90.85beating lluy ward's 41-
vear-old record l> nearly 400
i COBfl] '"'
gag of gta
.-Ml.Ah 10 -0U
Millw.ll 1, Nuin*ham rotaal I,
I'lvmouth Ar*H>. I, Brnl-.l limit- o
lid III. ....... S.UK-IK
Acfrlntinn S*nley I. Nrw nnhloi<
Barrow i m>mi*d<
Bieifatg t. Chr.tr, li
Carli-I* United S. Cm*. Al*>*ndia I
Mei..l..M Town > t*.--ki.-' I
UMh**a AUllalln 2. Shrr-.b,,,. T...
Rolherhani United X. Italiln Town 0
Brunlhoru* Unilwl >. Daillrali*
i, Pradlord Cii. i
Tranonrn- P ... r. I. llorn
Tilldiaai i.."r*>i" rav i
York Cltv I. Oaieshrad I M.al.r
FAMILIAR TO HIM
And when he stepped out, after
playing hours, thg Golden Hoy
v/aa n.vei overahadoarad.
A the Srortsman of the Year-
he was voted lo that title twice
he proved himself us fluent as. and
a more apt speaker than the elo-
Aneiirin Itevan who made
Ha imnided effortlessly with Ihe
. .mil was in-ver i.verawcd
I Compton Is convinced
that the combination of domestic
won>. phv leal weahnaw, too
mi." nickel, and the stuin of
Australian Tests Is the root cause
i three months' faihi
And these things he
( Dei.is plans to play In 1
roui.i matches for Middle
then nst for the
third That iil ioiitume through-
out the summer gad then he uill
for six months.
TtMM six months I think will
make i-r break Compton.
He v. ill be :i:i
enough for .i cricketer. Hut at :<3
lha i ^' an not m lear as ihay
are hi the taBSB, ihr reaetions
have slowed down ,- .1 i mm ntl
Dent* will alwava have enough
natural ganlug to iiK(k Uka g*ant
among dwarfs Against mueli of
the howling that he will meet In
county cricket, he will pile up
But if ba is BOt l" look like a
dwarf among the giants he will
bavt to iniike up his mind to a
uuieter life outside the cneket
Because he nag Riven i
rnalloycd pleasure than g
eter of hi' :u\i\ mi gcneralion,
1 ipg I., will pull it off
Otherwise be will be
how toon a blazing athletic record
sputters out and tarni into cold
Kv lines of type in the leeord
ks mulled over by the grey-
beards on rainy nights.
MAR. 25 NO. 164
jh, wrn w.unuir up ciatn a
'"""" "Twornm* wrlatil
tkere will b* ..n.HMmt
l Moenln* unlll niarhi
*ov< tar wwwki wee* vlannlo*
H t.Mrr .p,r.-
A.i.1 -I... ..n raMh. now irll m*
-iW turn dawn BtanMhina fee*
Hi hi lb* ralnfeaw *oljun
Ma rrw*. in ... ..|
* "l-lmar" nvwrhim
R fiun Siivrr Sanda.
ley* I II wUI b* hoi wiuit
juat U<* kind .0,1 II liar
. wh-. .*.... l iR| like aaU
fesr uuo baas'*
*r*.y i- -r
Two tablets of Phcrutc with a hole water
will quickly check g cold or chill. Phensic
soon ckars the head, takes away the burn-
in*; pain behind the eyes, the aches in the
limbs, the distracung headache, and helps
to bong the temperature down. But best
of all, Phensic relieve* the depression and I
fatigue that so often akvorapames cokb '
and chills. Be prepared for cokis keep
a supply of Phensic handy.
1 for quick, safe relief
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I NERVE PAINS, NEURALGIA, INFLUENZA, COLDS A CHILLS 1
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imply com* and a**
* i.p ..!( Jo St Hoberl
And all Ih* laaiuli
il BaUiwm* aad Bo*ui|
old n-rn y fu-ruund
Tn c*n>ivar* *! M**i kaad
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HMIHliy. March 21. IM1
. ,'i<-i.I j trr
mention* tiniinjili it gJVM IIk lie to what
i 11 uahlng darfeel What
appear e'J l<< !" Hi. .hi .,n fj.-.vt Fri'iay
I tha Apoatlei
nd Mendi el tha Ma tei may w-n have
: II Th* (.(I'll of BMttf n IfM vir-
r ii i n "I real
Tha mi 'i.'.....I iEi < i
miM h Ml tin'.
- -. full
dcprwttfljl crlw ind terrible fon |
mi. in which
OR < | ..,,
Miti "i Ennti tion, md oi .< fruna 'i
nirii -ii I in : i i [ ! WOI lil I"
true, Will l'i II"' wmi I'l bM
i lifi before III will
H.....' LO ' ft k uiH H l
l ' 'I'l......I
In i.i tn thai it u a
.in, | i.. |. i.. < i
. .. n..i | m-. rvM thi
.|.|i.u> all) lot! cause;
iitl.......in to raeovei hlimaU and
in ihmw up handi In daapalf
and in i'K'|i.ii. ini di ii >1
.....t iii.i ta iii>', inn doai ha
lly tha waata ol h! laboura, and
iiir i.. ting .iv\ ) "i hli anargtaa put bwtti
.i n riif continull) ol iiic uv<*
illiil in.in' -Mill iv. mi nn< I he rinurni !
i. .1 ii huh maaaaga that Baiter
lha .iim jii imca it i """
llmni ill thai beliaf In tile after daillt i>.
iini.iv dui in egabaa in the extreme, which
raoali laalnat tha exttneUon ol "aaur Ti m
.!. ih.ti ma) ba In many IntUnMaa, ii i*
I'Vrii Hi" i .nut i-in inu-.l\ .i th.it ii In
IMI in Ufa aftai daath hi moat itronglj
hriii ii\ thoaa who have merged thaii
ago* into Chrlil n ii tha Chrl tun who
In d..... tl.....i ii la in- who adtflaa tha
ii id bullda up iii' graat tradlllona
>.r ihr N.iiii-.. mid niiitutiiil In...... iiml laat*
Ina (>ni bldlog marallt)
It ii in tha concept!*.....i Qod Uta! wa
Bud tha Chrl itlan baltal In Ufa attai death,
h in wrapped up mi tha tdaa ol '<"*. Hew
.'I convincing the arg\unanti and halp
Inl lln- illn .trillion- in support, 'I
lo liehevr in lift" ulli'i death Uhhuw they
Mteve thai Qod ti love, and thai tha UM
:' I m. .inn uf Illiil lova ill
creation The Chrurtian ravelattan ihoava
iii* langtha la which love would gej to
Hie -..il\ .id..n ,.( ttN iTcaluics, iiiul
lha Nea [aetemanl proclaim! throughout
Hint there i- n. l.iw ;ii:;nnsl love
IMM I AIIS AMISI \SI
DURING thi dabate on tha Eatunataa
Mi it ; Mapp ti ,ii. in i made > remafk*
able apaach remarkable, thai La, lor its
ince "i in.nis aaonqank
Thli la what be Mid The Oa>varanaoi
lint bean blemed lot ipendtng too much
nniir\ n tin' nnr Inn,I li\ \\w OppoHiUon,
inn on ii**' othet hand the lame Membere
i> aaUiig lha QovatniBaml la atton mala
rial mid other Ihlngi conneclad i(h Hm
i.'ini.i induair) toantaa thecokmy Iraa ol
Cuatoiha dutlea it tins ^ dona lha ilancVai
raaourcei ol tha tkivemnient will be da*
Djatad i .im not .it .itt atiraetad b| lha
argumani thai ^ ihottld MtieaH doQai i
a marum like thai Atti.m doUara bj an
BRaann, Imt i;i>t tlit- ulni.i.l \m r.ui itml sit*
Hmt ibere attton ol thai
addtUon la out income"
A fee daya laeai an acraeartlaaBMBl
bjaaaarad in ihaj nawapaper iik'"'1 by lha
Vrr.. i itltea t.' tako
VeneaiK l tiinr homea wat the
line* Aaaaajraatal WnoioUna. one of the
\ i had Ihvu
tad parmtaafcw bj lha Brttlah Qovaam
nenl to run v ipectal (tighta ! -'i* tMi*-
aaoceni to Uart>a\tt.vi (or Baatvr Twm
lun : \ i i v. mted
|B COmi Itii'l luit tlirvc wan no
IhmoI accommodaUon lot them
\ii k \ v 's i^praaam
tattva pointed out thai his Ccanpanj area
para Qovet tnvant^a
laahm to run a regulai irl weebl] v> I
v \ i i '.i aiul
i im h dall> aar> ke later \'< \
bje rhwc were phmt> >>i peopla wranllng
t. tv.i I'.i.i.'- but what als'iu
luitrln* H ti"> i.Milil n.'i i>mr h*rv the)
" oM Ifi llir otlici mlatnU
And j'' out *>>v wnment n
rnniplaiftii In 1'rrjti
aji, i, ie ptcptc thai thej a i -
iImIm Ihi'ii It) l Aid
11(11 to ill
it a c<\mpan>
riitinl lo Import all dulj
frrr. n'lH aataiid thai I
Jamaica and On
U it ItniuM* thy think that new hotcU
aeraaaavil]' in* strictly aii-whitr
I that they all lubacr.'
name m I Mr Mapp'
) at all.
are are no
. licvmR that there will be.
Tin- leeond, thai hy allowing a *
la import Id iiotei duty
free, and arearUng baaama tan aaaanptteai
for fivr yt-ar we would be depl<
"al'-nder rraoutc ea", it even more fallacious
It mlajfel atwrn that 0M OcajN OMBl would
he lonintf revenue by douiy thcae thinys,
but allowing a new hotel to be built would
be a lonK term inveatment Not only would
tha M'ui iiinidirn; of iha notari provide
II WOldd Bead larj(r ataff Alao, an has
l..ri pointed out time and again, the
hi at the hotel brought
U) lha i.lniid would flnd their way inln lb.
.1 all Haaaes of the community,
directly and indirectly.
And igain, although no basoma tax eauld
! r.illtv led fur live yearn, at the end of
that period, when the hotel wan really on
iti net, the amount of tax that could be
collected would be considerable.
The crux of the matter In that not one
rneanbar "f our labour (Invrrnrnent ban
"he intJi id it......tun .I'ir.c. ur I (ii Hotel
Aid Hill would have been panaivl a long
timo ago Hamhhnu n peer hen coat nothing
.ml pay rio divulenda-we wunt dollars
instead It is not loo lute yet. but it soon
A IIOIIM I S MST
A HATIIKK stupid urticle from the pen
of Mr. Arthur Mailey. formerly u first claai
slow i.pln bowler and for many years a
member of Australia's Tent teams, hiu
i.tiM-d ji IimiiiiI. or..I in the West Indies.
Mi Mailey ban been ho indiscreet oh to
write "It is eKHcntlul that we give the
i I'.it.n ilhr West Indies cricket team)
a sound drubbing, for more reasons than
one. Kngland wan beaten by theie great
encketern last season, and if Australia, too,
suffers defeat, we might uncontniounly
In* encouraging a belief that they are
racially superior "
"The defeat of two of the greatest cricket
countries bv the West Indies would be sure
lO have repercussions throughout a world
already disturbed by rudi troubles ami
lr even Australians subscribe to the
racial complex as wholeheartedly us Mr.
Mailey'h article would suggest, the reason
given Im the need faf the sound drubbing
to be meted out to the West Indies team
still falls to the ground.
Mi Mniley. and many Australian cuck
nd RManbsn al the public in Aus-
h.ili.i luid (lie opportunity of soeing a West
Indies Team play in Australia in IH.'ll
Union the memoi 1 ol Australians is short-
U ib.tn partaina U other countries ihej
should he aware that West Indians do not
lit.'in' io iiny particular classified race. A
West Indian Team includes individuals
from the black, yellow ami white rscea
interspersed with individuals evolved
rroan ill camblnatlorii ami permutations if
ibe above Ba that a victory by the West
Indie, e.nild not be claimed by any par-
It Is strange that such an article should
have lieen written by Mr Mailey who took
sued ;i great interest in the 1931 West
linlies t,mring side that he gratuitously
MCrtflced bis leisure to bowl to West
Indies batsmen in the nets so that they
would |fva g |oad account of themseUes
in the \. H
If the Hoard of Control feel that the
article i% worthy of notice and it is ques-
tionable then thev should tell the Aus-
tralian Hoard of Control that the West
Indies team is eonung to Australia lo play
ituK.M and thai if baa game is aa d
ate latu a racial struggle then the tour is
Even Australians should know, by this
tone that talent at games is not a quality
i" ba bund B one particular race to the
' don of all other races or combination
at :.ics And tluv surely have not for-
gotten that la the early years el Australian
Ortokel they made use of a talented
Aboriginal fast bowler.
It \* an evpUvled idea that certain gifts
are inherent in certain racial groups. At
the praaaaal moment Indians are supreme
at tbvkcy and possibly at Polo also; the
African lace predominates the Boxing
VRM hi; Malaya ale mvim-ible at Badminton,
al v't the nrtanaatng
rocordi and the BgyptiaM rule the rooat
at H.H'keCj Hot it Otoai iivt mean that
any < I I aatl nail at raaaaal
continue to retain these titles It only
haaaperai that there are atteMaraitng InaaV
\iduals m these racial gnmps at the
, al and no aaubt m a few years time
tbaara will Ih- a COBaBjIaal reversal.
The presence ot a W.^: Daalaal team in
fiUaaVabal should prove to the Australians
that it has been fouid that different noes
can h\e in hartnoin. at least, la -
Corartnanwaalth And a vtel m\ lac
ffaag Indies would prove that Dr
\ x uss ant wtde al aba start; erbaa
ft aaa pang i h al % tune <*
lIM notes alone You can play some
nail rich har-
HBT no it \.\i\ \m ai;ai.\
Si 11 i ii*4 On The Fence
I .-l.ti-rly ladh
70 years nn Who v.,
r' for vaUow, 'fould'
'umif' tui l-.i'l' In
I-. Wad to melt
a* bnttla hard ai Uwfeav
Thru gr;miliiumiin.i WOUld mv
Tt><- Mnrv June, the hihhi m-ll
To bring Uir ixirt und enwfre
If *lrntn|[rn) MUM not (letsy
With ciwIih- or with viiwj.1**
i\lvnnre^ of n twildP1 swain
Who nuiile moir urirnt |M'c.
Deai trandnununi aria aol aui
Iol.i. "vHWue' for vase, 'brat-
ii r... bracalat, 'chalnay1 'ur
China and Vawfi.-' foi MaTM
(oil. were eaUad aaua1 and. of
COUl HUM. was huntln' im
hootln'." Latlar u ft*
"Allhouih I oonildar ni>clf
attrartlvr, my hoy Irlandl m
jnsl hoy fiM'inIti iiml iinthinu
more."- rrom itMMlier ictrrr
NOT hi Tlie Tinn-t.
W1IKN gnndau wore, In days
Koiic hv lli'i hramli'ts maile
Hi i rtnalUM hrr iinkl.'.- hid
From lefriiiK almiceii boUaij
If huntln' frllem |ot Uk> fruli
Or nindf unwelcome pnwavs
Then Kmmliiiiimmii Would rinK
For Mnrv Jane, the irrvant fell
To dusl the .hulnry vnwsn.
At supper time. In eondle ll|ht
In crinoline of yuller.
I>eur Krundm.-i >;uve the coup de
By NATHANIEL GUBBINS
Mind Over Matter
d "Hela*:ili"i tin k.|,i'1 relieve*
for oerveua hypar taaaaoo
JU8T leltfx on the sofa. Mr.
Now keep jour mind a com-
i.leta blank until t uk yau what
U nfcing about Then tell
me Hie nrsl thine that comes Into
your hfad. (Jot UMrtT
What :ire you thinking al)out?
lothlng you rnuld tell
hesrtlcM arnml -
Oraal laamna. Mr. Gubbins.
In my txptrlODOa, the human
,,,,,i ... ,,| ,i,i,. oi nriBktna
Ol more than n woman at a
Mln<* ll, doctor
Then I cn only sny your mind
needs drastic treatment. What
i.rt of woraanl
Far leom.n. dormr.
This is w.irn. thi u ever One
Hill olllv roll >' the |HIVlTMOn or
U ideal. Wind .re UMaa arOOMfl
Ah, I ace. The idealisl. ills
loatad hv iiglliiaii. lnrnilna 20.000
mind imnires of hi ai.t>. Mow ..<.
your hrain rhildren acquthiiK
form nnd grace'.'
Arrordlno f" the papers.
|ul iimnrii hatie wriflen
In Die HHC ajkniu for a HH
Itmnitnu diet on ilie eri-m-M/
ri*levtrii'n imiaram ml.
How doos thli I." cern you?
I'm frnjln.'i.'.l doctor
rrifhtatwd 01' co.ooo fat
D<*ar Pig, _,
You was worse than ever la
week. I ee you are still at -
Lirkinu ihr Udies and sneerina
nt dogs what are man's ben
friend. You are nothing but a
Well, dear Fig, I am not a
Communist, thouah I must admit
to beini rather dirty, owing to
the fuel shortage and the price of
As I ain aware, from previous
correspondence, that you hellrvc
all true Englishmen urc devoted
to tines, niny I point out the love
of dogs among the English Is not
,11 widespread as you think? The
majority of the letters reaching
me arc from English (or British)
people. But most of them do not
appear to believe that doggies are
our best friends.
One recalls that savage doggies
have destroyed more than 1,000
sheep in the past twelve months,
which Is hardly a friendly thing
to do during an acute shortage of
Another rrmlnds me thut dog-
i: i bam baan responsible for
thousands of street accidents. Not
ADVOCATE STATIONERY STORE
Would -end the maid for dear
And say "Thi feller'-i vjiller
In rnodam Uiam the world Ii full
or unrotectcd *H
Whose swalnn conleni|ituous and
An man like dan oM
ririi glance at uake.l litnl.. n-
ll casual and could.
Hut gniiHltnainma. a ilever gill
Affrontad rang tba parlour b i
Ami rani UM WOddlng hell as well
To wed a heart of gould.
I think rhvj/'re aol onlu (
hnr Md, rOO. T'link* of L'0.000
iciiiMiii at tarye, nil fat and
Why mad, Mr CklbDUalf
OnlW mad MOmia MOeM
ipenrf tlMHr ior'inn; itarchtiiQ
r rOOg. fl"l Jli.-ir m
nifty* I'unmifl Kow 001 tO Ml i(
ANOTRHI letter from the
raadac r/ho bn wrtuaa bo
fur Iwinty years to f,iv how mutb
he hates this cnlumn and ..l\>.i..
me as "Don pig."
From my own reading of the
news 1 rind that doggies are also
neglecting their duties towards
us. The recent ease of n house
dug who slept while burglars stola
jewels under his snoring nos-1. Is
only one of many.
may he due to diet dellriency.
lack of bones, though I believe
UM inn frninis of man have
turned agninst us in our hour of
Initaid f friendship alowing
brightest in adveisity, our four
Haajad pall have herun to hnte
Ufl now on air stunt of f.od. In
Iheii 'iilli n rail tllev .no .itl.Lik
in.; our In-esli" k. allowing bur -
glars to steal our valuables am.
organising car smashes. It won't
lie long before they help burglars
to steal our property and push.
us under buses.
Iniilou; forward to i/our ncxi
letter, dear rio.
TCA ANNUAL REPORT
t .k radupul djoAcn for
overseas o|ierations and a surplus
0B North American -
the hlghltghU of the IBOO Antu.I
Report of Trahs-Canada Air Lines
tablad laal weak at lag H
fiimwis bj High! Hen f ]
g M :.i | |
The Rcpoti. v(iir\1 by Q I
bteOraaoi Utt Cornpany^i nrri-
m of the
VI u .* >ra; rCAl h
American service* rrconlcd a sur-
s;> ., >.
Sl.4t9.444 deficit in 194
This financial improvement. Mr
McCiregor stated, was the resv;'.'
af general Increase u\ t^1
patrvMuge tf the Oompan> -
rerricea an,t improvement as
operating emctency He em-
phasiied that there had been no
in,-reae in the COM of transport-
ation t,> the public, the airline-
< an r\-
ccpltort t the general rule er
rl*Uig )M:>>-s ll n Ap;-'
the gre*: ; regular-
lag to reduce the heavy veasona'.
iuetuaiMRs in pasaenger irafflc.
srhteh. m Xht past, had adversely
affected financial re-nlts. he notet
revenue* reached an gU
I SSl.B10.aa4. an increase l
:*49 raasengarr revenue
.rHTease\1 by "4^.
ceven^e by *t\ Mail rcveeme
A > .. .,-, ,. .
geatass, excluding depee.-ia'.:.v.
sras due principally to the de-
erVagraaat and evpaawaon f the
Compaay ** servK-e* \
charg** for aircraft "mwunce.
mcreaeed fuel c-rnumpiKwv. higttCT
age and prce lewis and oU*rr
rU:c; laaraa oreer rrfleeted n
orlaUon prorbwal bj :.
Atlanta ft .. Icm ODll a ti n t
ratrt rnri sn.:ui.i;.. ., de-
1RT. Passenger revenues
i aOa eoaV
madtty reM'i'.iHs raariaaarad an In-
'' '< .( 1". Op-i.i'.in, ex| ense
: depreciation, unountad
tO W.SS0.49S. a dociea.-e of 2d*;.
The groKs mmu lanroauai
available to air earners operating
la and from Canada had landed
roducUt im dva t" lha
.'f more foretm
During the \,
wlopment tck the form of In-
creased flight frequency i
H rather than geographic
in the inauK :
M tnal an-i
Hi Tbrl oa April I. and the ad-
diuon of Tampa. Florida, on April
S. The service to Tampa, bring-
Bra first time direct air
>:n Canada to the south-
arn Vr.;ied State*, opened a eon-
aiaerable vacation traeal
between CHMdo, Florida and the
V ..e* The new
New York i
an important addition ta TCA's
rotrte structure. caaafaSM l
the Toronto Hmct, *
e passenien carried on
OV raaahlnrrt Monh Atlantic.
Canbhean and Bermuda rerviees
totalled aa.dK a decrea^ rf &%.
btL K.S40 Tie caarlad
on North Atlantwr flights as eom-
pared with 21.87* in the .
tear, and I4.*M were earned on
the southern services, an mcreafc
rTaetuaUoB of trans-Allan tic trafnc
ware made by TCA and other
laaWnaliuaiil oawrator* by hr-
li ad u lag an oa and of! seaaon
V*a*#er.eer BBTBl r\,.;- .-. |gf|
were affreed to Bermuda and on
I D i aaao >cr\ ..-,
Flarahee Wahk. tr^myt. W
eaaaanadlty traaV a* reoargel
far bafth NarUi Aaaerteaai and
AUaattir *er\tre la awite ml
volume of aireano on the south-
ern service* inrrea*ed by 15*>
As ol the end ol the vear. TCA
was provKlmi; .em,,. ovr North
Anterimn routes totaling |jaj
miles, an increase of S% over 1949.
The Coinpanys overwas route.;
totalled B.47T mU.
The TCA president noted that
the existing airline fleet, consist-
ing of 20 North Stars and 21
OC-3's. functioned well through-
out 1950. At the same tin* the
company was alert to con-
temporary drain trends in the
held of new nir.iart t> p H--
00 -tep would be takvti
toward major fleet replace
Ul Management was in
possession of operational and cost
data, regarding new aircraft de-
signs, much more comprehensive
than BM nufacturers are at the
present able to provide.
Several important modifications
were made to the North Star
including .-n bapnrroi
cabin pressurnation *tem. which
brought their performance t.>
point where excee.ie,t ...
fine record of last year. On over-
seas operations this aircraft com-
pared more than favourablv
regulantv- and dependabibu with
those o." competing m-
tail despite rataai wage, and
IIb major route aAli:.on*
are planned at present with the
exception of an extension of the
North Atlantic <
High revenues will almost cer-
tainly be obtained in 1*51. said
viding-adequate service, the mod
careful control of expenaes ill be
exerted TCA yrfll M*
cosututkmt with the maintenance of
Irom 3" lo 12" dianwlcr
S": ": 7"; 8"; and 12" diaim-lir
Made liy Ihr Clovfrnmenl Kjclory
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SHEARS. ETC.. ETC.
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CHUNKS I 4472. 4887. 4251, 4413.
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HE.MtY lit WEAM KEPT.
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in harris mm
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IN BOXER. LASTEX
SATIN ELASTIC TRUNKS
ROC JOC AND SHIRTS TO
MATCH BV PEGASUS
SPRING COATS ,
IN MANX TWEEDS
f.V Of'It IHH.I.I \ UEPT.
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HINT A WINTERBOTHAM
IN A BIG
VARIETY OF COLOURS
ALL WOOL LAN AIR-CEL
I.AMBSMERE IH% VIRGIN WOOL
In Check Designs By REID & TAYLOR
Hat OS I A *V Co.. Lid.
DRY GOODS DEPT.
1: ara* reported frorn
London lart week thai 1W\C
vfedca contrxM. Britiah Weal Indian
Uons tort ih*. equivalent of
TAKE ALONG A FEw BOTTLES OF
GODDAftirS \-Id Braid RI M
MKIMV, MAHUI m. ,,
Sl'NDAV MIV1K VII.
Visit University College, W.I.
I ACCTPTEU lh kind Invitation il Mr Hush W
thai I ni (m from my prunan 'dim., ol
"'3 hfBr'",sh Guiana-Jama.ca ClfckM foum.mwt
mcvn-ly held in Jamaica.
ii wi i in i a
Ha O. S. I OIM'IN
II W SPBINOEB. MA.. Begi.
trar of Unlv.r-.lly College.
(Mil .. :.:
University i-> sitei
I am sure that I am speaking
Mndfl of West Induns
IHM myself when 1 say that 1
co"ld ' ..lised the
- industry, the mental
i d pnjrslcal energy, thr technical
11 that are rapid)1
transforming the sprawling %xx
ercattva tneututlan that
Lgn of becoming |
UitiiiK Influence for good m the
1 i Uiere ihut
I indrad am* torts
lenee end theM
tnelude twenty-one fium Barta-
One Oesfaed p:t*t nu- in his own
M.<; IpOl r.il |( en
i Oeorge C"*tmlnt.
s"' Dr. H. G. Cummins.
M.C.P.. and in due coin
nearly :.l| 0( ihcm.
Some were cycling 1o lectures.
oilier- were studying In reading trar of Unlrenltr College. Maximum Teaching Value
rowns and again othei wen The hospital will serve the com-
lining earn for lum-sing relugaee rrom Jii>ral- munity hut it will endeavour to
enmoo rooms. jar and Malta and the University have the rases screened. It will
has purchased these buildings lie primarily concerned with cor-
from the British government. rectlve work and will try to get
These have teen adapted for men interesting cases as would be>
i seven mile-; the temporary use of certain of of the maximum leaching vilue
s a free gift the University College Depart- It is osentially a learning lie*
Oovernmeni of Jainau-a. men!* and soil ha- been possible pitnl. Mr. Springer punned Ml!
... .u" 5*"\R u.f!Kh r,< w*r* to ** without watting According to the present pio-
II for the permanent huilding*. gramme the leachtng huspit il
should be completed by the end of
this year, the Library and mos:
el the science laboratories earlier
Coal* -C 750.000
The capital cost for the erectio.i
mid equipment of the Teaching
Hospital is 750.000. of which
250.000 is from the I'.ovcmmciil
oi Jamaica (mainly from ils
C. D. Si W. allocations under the
ten year plan). 90,000 from the
Unlversitv College out of its total
capital rant and the remainder
from a central allocation unaer
the Colonial Development and
In order to meet the shortage
of doctors In the West Indies the
College began teaching in meli-
cine before other subjects and in
October 1B4P ndmi'ted IH nflfH
undergraduates, 33 in number of
Whom ten were women.
In October 1949 the tlrsl twenty
juder-graduates wore admitted i .
the facility of Natural BelancjH.
tuuethor with another twenty in
the Faculty of Medicine While
lh Faculty of Arts received ,t
first entrants in October last year
tinder graduates are now divid-
ed UnOH| the three Faculties as
Arts30; Natural Sciences10
and Medicine 70.
The first intake of mertiral
itudenta in 1948 have been en
gaged In three years' pW-medJcal
work and at Ihe end of the yen
when the Teaching Hospital lui
been constructed they will begin
Since teaching in Medicine l>e
tan in October 1948, taachlng In
Science began In October 1949
and teaching in Arts In October
Spcrt is well organised al the
University College and I wai llH k)
line exhibition game of
tennis that afternocn between the
men's doubles champions of this
University College's tourn mient
and the runners up.
The University College rrirket
and football teams compete in
lor open chait'i
rerinanent Buildinj;> tne J :nior Leagues of the Jama'-i. v.as a joint champion .>i the
However il is with the erection Cricket nd football A
of the permanent building, thai I Kama*, hard court* championships,
propose to deal. The contractors Thcv raacbed ,. .
for this work are the well known '*"' knock-out competition tins ha*'' and everybody
ii"" of Higgs and Hill Ltd. > pla*
Thev had successfully settled a Tennis Star*
strike the day before I was con- The tennis team numbers And so ended a most unt<
ducted around the University Col-
lege and from a word here and
there from the workmen I learnt
lhat they themselves had discov-
ered that they were the best paid
licople engaged in work of that
IV-" luii'.; Hospital
me a bit. It had reached thai
stage of construction that imiie
one anxious to sec It and eonjuru
up in one's mind a vision of what
the finished produet would be.
>et it had not exact l-
that stage and one just could nol.
The hosplt il m dgghBMd tor
five hundred beds but \: arlll he
starling with two hundred extend
lug to three hundred lw-rf- m the
1 came awaj with II*
I giorloaa task o(
ir itng r |; ,- IbC lulu.
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I'll ia> Pnnd-i Ainrl futT I. .lie mast wi-venUm make-up jou'r*
r uned il can I apiH mf haiidtMi . ,-lnih*.. lit priftvl la u*
hoaw (ram five anttrlk- >l
I, Tiny Aniil. llionrc Amtl Al all lh.< bail boaul> raunUr*.
I HARRISON'S BROAD ST.
ROSEMARY WEATHERHEAD t.nd Keimetli Standard of Barbados
at work In the physiological laboratory.
FRONT ROW (left to right). K. M.Cr-.ken. J. Bwaby. P Carringlon. . Evan-Smith. D A-limaade.
N. Woo-Mlng, J. Hope. 0. Chen-See, O Sarnmx. D.PatterMMi. M BrldgfRian. V. Tord. M Soar**. C.
BACK ROW (left to right: D. Pilgrim. B. Eyre. D. Walrott. K. Athby. R. Morris. P Dial. II. Major.
R. QrlfflUi, V. Smith, B. ColUn*. C. PilKrlm. D. Bottle. O. Crick. D. Newman.
LANCE BANNISTER of Barbados and Al Walwyn of St Kltts almo
at wort in the physiological laboratory.
$!. A $2.l
H Sotrhed HTKFI. BLADES
inh H'2. IH piiir
JACOB'S PAIUM gift Solid Brass lan. Tare Bar and
I'olae. Hlamped read* fur IntmrdUte u\e fta| ramplrle with
S2J1.I I aacfe
AN EARLY PHOTOGRAPH of the first staff hous# orccted There are
forty of these eomplatod.
The history of the African Meili-
odlst Episcopal Church In Barba-
dos has been one oil dUBcultlea
: nd stniccles from DM HsM it
began m 1892 up to the present
tim The whule A.M.E. Move-
ment, as :i matter "f fact, can be?
said to have been born out of a
strugglea struggle against raclnl
discrimination In the U.S.A.
Once part of the Methodist
Episcopal Church In America, it
crime apart and established on it*
, i i -.i because of doctrinal dif-
Lut because it was seen
that ihe spirit of discriininatl
igainst thoi-e of African descent
prgvad *''ni '.iruntev than the
gplrit of Chrihtianity.
So this Church for all people.
but with a special welcome for
Negroes, grew b s \
then came over to Haiti. It did not
seem to make much ground, and
In 1892 at the Bermuda Annual
Conference, the collapse of mis-
sionary enterprise of IHfl A M K.
In the West Indie- was deplored,
and it m decided to re-organise
The Colly more Rock Mission of
Faiths Barbadians Live By6
thi .Jat.I Church was started in
Barbados In 1892 by Revd. C. H.
Prescod. and continued as an open
nir Missiun under Revd. J. E.
But to quote the words of n
tojrl bittory of the Church
here, "the torchliKht of AMflSn
i r) which was storied so
wondrously and enthusiastically
grew rather dim for want of finan-
cial support." The torch went out
for a short time in 1893.
It was in (his year tiinl Revd.
P. A. Scaly. D.D.. WM sent tag the
Bermuda Conference to txanlM
the West Indian Htl t Ha rap >rt< d
in person lo Ihe Conference, and
then came to Barbados as presid-
ing Elder of the West Indies. Ir.
November of 1893 he restarted the
mission here. In the fol-
lowing year he engaged a hall for
the holding of services.
It.v.l. Scaly wjs particularly
devoted to the Colly more Rock
dirtrict. which he considered one
By William Burke
The A.1H.K. < III III II
that needed missionary work. It
bore a bad character, and it is said
that ungodliness and dare devilry
flourished there. For four years
Revd, Scaly struggled on. and in
1897 he was able to hold a conse-
cration service in the distrirt for
the purpose of dedicating a spot
of land towards the fraction "f i
In the following year he had
the courage to start the building
without knowing where the money
was to come from to carry it
through. It was however almost
completed when it was destroyed
by the hurricane of 1898. On ex-
amination it was discovered that
tho construction was faulty, and
the contractor wai required to re
build DM I
The church was dedicated on
Aiign-d 20, 189V. Then
school building nearby tlien. But
today only the church remains.
About three years later, a little
mlgJUOh liull j'. Rouen was handed
over tn the Church, find I
ton. siting with the church at
Collymm-c Rock, still flourishes.
f .1 ..1,1 111 ..I'll <'.! KM .('
Mangrove Pond and Ml. Fiu-nd-
ahip. but these no loni" i
The work which was begun by
vd. J. D. Griffith.
D.D. Next came ar Al
Revd. Dr. F. G. Bnetaon, and he
In turn was fo'lowed by Rcvl
Thomas A. Kennedy, a Barbadian.
was appoli mi IMS,
i )"' nth*) of Hood
th.ngs to e-ic, but it wai not to le
Ai'- Libour ho
I /.pell im I
latajr Raw i w a Baeluai took up
mid he remained until
tried for the
I S A.
J Thai** white and I ll
i CODfludad a I2.U0O-
00 24 "tile flight from L-
a woman ilcfde thl
week b. allowing hersell to '"
' naulM o> ., l
ot..... Perth Z *
lev.I !: \ (.
on nri uphill fight.
being Wl i by
migrant 0 -of their
ilinee. the mi"n
thr eon, i ,tor;.
Thr Co ... nod ii> ihe
General I iferetv
1 ; raj gp II Bpi
,i teh Uh v.- i
.1 if a nwtlng of tha
Ar iiu.ii o neat waah In
llMdau, and Revd. Gil'.' > i
ing killing ihe lion
The Italian aw*
i ronea will llea r -. Itlng < lalmant, tii
ud over by Uishop Wilke >*. i
who is In charge of the West Ir.i.. f01 drawin*
'flstrirt. and it is expected that the winning bora* In
lie may visit Barbados soon. stake at Nl
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onlv SIOJD.JM MM*
I HARRISON'S "VCgf"
OUR DRUG STORE
Will be CLOSED for
on Wednesday .>larch 2ih
The DISPENSING Department
Will be OPENED as usual
for the Filling of Prescriptions
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Only a limited supply, jusl opened, of
these beautifully finished stockings. They
are made of a mixture of pure silk and rayon
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ST.IX.SFKI.lt. SlfHTA UK. I.lll. \
- 1 M)\V \DV< AIL
-t M)\V MARCH 22. IK1
i *k I visded i
huUM' by the btj, . iioow thdi l
. idtniied whll walki'w:
of (old" growing on the ornamen-
kl rhimiiPv. and to nrsmo ihu
I'lcturv. the tall dark sreon oasua-
npaj wcvtiig in the alia.
It is i r<\,iful. peaceful
K* IW I.AIK
\e9 Heron Bay
(Picturts by Cyprian Latouche)
k Cottage in
tad built in im though it don
rot look its yearsby Mr Dudley
W. Phclps. t B. Bac. f : i
Fmn^j R E*'apa m a "dbntnuUve
ragreal frm the rigours of Cane-
fletd houjf." When It
Mr. Phclps told mo, '.here were so
few tree* to ir>- north 'hat ll..r.
riaoi Light was visible, and hit
own hoicp. Dachetor Hall, atemed
cut a step awn*.,
In 1947 Mr. Ronald Tree bought
the C .Hag*, makiiui * oWa* -
ml rhrnngw but no additions. Nov.'.
nithcuah Mr. Ttw' magnificent
villa aUftdl rui .i fw
When 1 knocked at |
Mfaj spent last
. '. fill in l<.\.
and bam aetna back again
.,.< wan Hir
i.i ted. NoUiinf
la my *m-!i way. i laarnad < .'>
The first room I
by .i Dominican rug. The sette*
ulari. nice Pointed
' <:. H formed a semi-
h little table* between
unrr cf tlir aactiOPa. There wen-
no i Ictanai on the walla,
MT urd built
u ione table wiin .i
Ii-autifu,. Inlet into
era an in-
Ttlll room is praclnally -out i.f
>l ran be shut off from
k room m rase of bad
' dlDfl doors.
There are cnly two brdi
aj ara van
i pe.ially the one whit"
:i i .;>. In that roon
as hi the ittmg room, the nub
n (or tha walls were In
>et shelves with a coll'--
iuvcly rhin;i on them.
Ity, compactness and
p.ood taste, thoae three words sum
up the Pink Cottage. It is, un-
ihe loveliest little nous*
n UW Pl'iunum Const
THE COTTAOE is
innded l)y Caattarlna trrrs and flownug -hrubv
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Suiuli m Parker Quink. the only
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P.O. Box 403
ONLY A FEW YAHDi* from the sea, this la tha
ST. JOHN'S. A
1945 the BBjtptJ
nwin Corporation appointed
'. J. v. Lochrie .is Cotton Officer xudjble
THE DIXINO BOOM la aracUcally "out of doom.' TIio iUno dliung Uble ii particularly attractive.
.- for flxperiment;!!
ara worn is because ii prat
tour of lha tolton Hi-owing island goa range of soil condiLions and
it wan di I excellent traruporl
Central Station u A visii to th< tatlon i* aioai
; sible to
land ai Irian Hill ju-. .... ,. >.i of work baiua
Of the city con.- cairicd OUt on experimental plots
miDda one of the gran., Ml 1akMv ui1(1 hl. attu!anl
' >-''"''"'. Ml J. H. Spence. The area under
' coti" Krowii..: ulliv.tion covera thirty.ftvaacree
prrat, St Kltti ana w
I BBI ba seen growing.
Special plc:s are Ik-Ihk ou
About 75% of the Sea l.-l..
crop is grown in thi itaja Of Thil-m-J.m i~ ,,ii(i
Islands and the main reasons why vi'i .itiierels. and at varlQUI
Antigua was aalected ai tin- most pointa .ill over the island for a
period of years with a view to
improvini: Lha quality in case the
buyers should require :i ohaBfa of
variety. There is at present no
Indication that the variety ba DJ
supplied dOM mil nin-t the ra-
ts abroad, hut ^ tvi r i
change is raquaitad It uiii be
pos'ible to dislnbute I
riei. .n tnaaa Mandi artthin two
Antigua la today tna largest
cotton producing Island in the
Ing under euHlvation in
lB4!t50 and the best yield so t^
ii; 260 lbs of lint per acre, The
1.8-1 ttan grown
in Aiitiw...i i Ni -omewtia:
In fibre and of lower
spinning quality than that grown
in MonUerrul .,nit SI Kitts.
.-- --: - :--::" \:r
* Stamina, strength
H* and appearance
Sen/ MotomtS and
Tfrt Suppliers oliie
i TT-.c trc!.i rubbei
ling than evn
rr, flatter tread area grip*
atari asorc tlowiy.
The bBproved All-Wither
TINadi' with its new Saw*
Noaehei '" auicker, uti-
iioptini'1% every duectioa
.ii.- protect! ID lioni
kerb damage, -nd make
The rcfngcrating unit of the G.E.C
refrigerator is co linely made that it
is hermetically sealed after manu-
facture and neves rcc:h servicing.
Thij retngeraior will sand up :o
any extreme of climate and it'a
lovely to look at, too I
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feverivh ache all-over" feeling ~
eaie thete told diMotnlort* wiih
AfawSaffaw. lake fa m the txm
ian of dinrmv and repeat-'if
needed lor onttnueJ reliel.
alka viuer manriai ilkalbM in-
kredienit to tieutralneexceM *-
irk aridity /i an analnetK tor
noihinu headaches ... rwo-way
".....i itaM pCDaaptJ] daacla ihe
onsen of a told. Harmlev not a
UDH rl >ou can take Alka-
.vluer iit time!
Prop one or two ubleu into a
Rlau of water. Watch it sparkle
mto a refrrihinE. pleasant-iaMinK
iluiioo-lhen drink iLGet plenty
<>f rest, avoid drafrt, and keep
ppll of quick-acting Alka-
.lu.r on hand-alwa>i!
WE BOIL A BOMB
You may well ask why we permit our scicntiM* to do anything
so foolhardy. But the plain answer is that we have (o do it to
satisfy ourselves that even after prolonged storage. REGENT
will not form gum to stick valves and clog fuel systems.
The tests which consist of hoiking samples under 100 lb. per
sq. inch oxypen pressure in "bombs", are quite safe. We have
never lost a scientistor for that mattera customer because
of a slicky valve. This lest is one of many which guarantee the
quality and performance of RECENT petrol.
Sterling Quality I
DA COSTA & CO.. LTD.
JAMES A. LYNCH & CO., LTD.
M M)\V. MAW II H, 1931
SUNDAY Alum vii.
Tin Box Story
Of Love And War
PEOPLE thought it strange that
Charlie Bell should have a design
tattooed n his foreheadalthougn
he had lougnt In non
war tnd had been a aaldJll
Egypt and Spain as well as Britain
It was a strange story. It began
he met Anna dur ng tht
South African War.
He was convalescing from a
head wound They Ml In
but Anna remained a mystery.
She had no parents and she had
been educated In a convent at
Copenhagen, she said. That was
She wrote to Charlie twice after
he resumed service, but when he
replied his letters were returned
marked "Not known."
One day Charlie was told that
HUM Boers were known to be
frequenting a lonely farmhouse in
his area, lie lay in wait with a
couple of men. At dawn three
figures crept out of the farm-
house. Charlie challenged, they
bolted. He and his men fired and
the Ifttee fell.
Charts* went up to his own
victim ami foundAnna. ShL-
was wearing riding breeches, at.
ammunition belt and u Mauser
pistol, and a Balaclava helmet
containing u scrap of tartan
ribbon which he had given her.
Papers in her saddle wallets
explained the reason for her
Charlie recovered the copper
bullet, which was embedded in
the rolled blanket in front of
And a Lock . .
When Charlie died this week at
his home in Netherflcld. Notting-
ham, aged 74. they found the
bullet in a little wax-rilled tin box.
a lock of Anna's hair twined rouna
These, with the tattoo on his \i Tilt* 4'illa'ima :
forehead, were his memorial to the
long-ago sweetheart he shot by
MX.Mi rKiiiiitvns lOOTII VWIVIHSAII.
n BaV ~ '< tftllFVw^l y> 3w
r LbJkSA lw: -195Ba. Mai *n
** B "*"'
Killed in 7 Minutes
Burning A n
- w< an
. In l tnlnulta n4 V*
llMf -IT. -
r.r Skim T,..!.. ,.,>
lm Bourn vita
fERE'S a chance to spend a
maddening half-hour with
t SO wordsarranged in a circle
U> begin the maddening process
| You have to place all thi
THIS EASTER WEEK-END. entertainment in Tech-
nicolor is the keynote of three of the new Minis, two "t
which are quite spectacular, while Ihc third If outstanding
for its beauty of tropical setting.
1 am going to baftn vith TuUa and tatting and plants el action
-hich is showing at the Globo th.it acoattraU arltn
ords Theatre. In the early '20's, TutM, |akm| Ipaad.
order that they lead Oklahoma, was the" city of the (hi adven-
MAIIOMET (outer circle) world for "black gold"oil! And hira f a young mountain outlaw
(WEALTH (centre) with every the film depicts the early days of whoae son has been Kidnapped hv
ward related \o the preceding this great industry and the ruth- Barbarossa. With the hel(> of .
WOni by one of six ml. less battles that were waged M band Ol follow
Use only one rule ;il a time. Do tween unscrupulous oilmen and reacue the bov and with U
Uf^F Llvt* the -** v*il* *sto.A mm^m^mm HkHB* li*Ml.l.*wwl *i mm* mmm Ami ll
than t '
more men whose livelihood depcndeJ nU| 1)f ,lu. unminooole. datarmtnag
on their superb herds of cattle ,hrow o(t thl. ,(,.VM.m ,h(.
and whose streams were polluted ,
by oil. In those days, before
there was conservation, oil rigs
could be and were put up any-
where, often with disastrous re-
sults and the most brilliant se-
quence in the film is a (Ire In cn
large oil field which
THE RENOVATED SINGER SEWING MACHINE OFriCE ll the
scene of hustle i bustle all day long. T* ll
cuss a problem for their Dre-H M.ikiug Olaai la Die foreground while
at back a Singer Salesman sett down to it with a prospective pur
i-baser. The fries* at the baik msd eutirelv by local hand-*, give
the shop a tanty appearance with Its attractive pastel shades.
By T. Gale
FEW people passing the present Sin .< i Sewinf Machine
Office In Bridgetown and seeing tlia* the Company is cele-
brating its 100th Anniversary mind pause io think whal
ups ami downs the company has been hrouffhsinc*
to do butlneag here Fewer toocanctHiietnplaie the sale there
is for a machine which has more often than not outlived its
ownera r"or the life of a Singer Sev la pro-
ng and one would imagine that sooner or latei
t ion point would be achieved. Yet this : i
la nist what makes Singer the most : machine
and Sir n perhaps rellects the growth ol a nmiimmilv.
economkallv and numerically, in Its sides.
The first Singer office was Singer axeclitlve revealed thai the
opanad in Barbados in 1912 and average tin
Immediately business began to to be wivui in the shop I
flourish. In f.iei between that aliout S minutes.
mmi and tha aarly twantlai the Anotii-1 new -,
shop did u larger busmen, m Singer ^uted in 1947 was Dn
nag only, than it does now. Making (losses It is I
1 Than b) twaen 1920 ami 2s tin- poat ttratlon to say thai it h
ut one Wnr depression*hlt Smi'.ci. iikr boofl la tha avei
It fan CaWtyWT
KM4.III S I.TII.
and all other Drug Stores
1. Tlie word may be an anagram
of the word that prrccdos it
1. It may be a synonym of the
word thnt precedes It
aS>Jt may be achieved by adding
ongT letter to. subtracting one
tiiK itiui ra and his
athletic abihtv Is amazing. One
of tha hlfhllantj of tha mm occurs
ihon he and unite i
the <). is mem-
terrifybial* btn "';| eamlvaJ troupa and than
ui-H-ce-l li' ,!
As the Tulsa Wildcat, who da- ^ 'ln ' '1' '
termlnes to avengo the death -( " i,ml apaclaeular exhibitions
h.i father and light the oilmen f acrobatu* I have
with a ruthlessness that equali It beeotnes all the more so when
their own. Susan Haywurd givir. it is reali/cl ih.,i
a spirited and lively |>crformanea. has no double and pertot
Co starring with her is Robert feats himself. It might
Ireston in the role of a geologist you to know th.it he wa
with a handy pair of fist-, which time, n tircu ,[-.-. and b) the and Of and n< 01 ll .h\ of
are used to advantage In the be- (his, his acting I convl lattei rear the Bai badof oil lhm-
ginning of the film His perform kj i, ,.,, :erization brhnmlng w;is closed and only 1'. 11 ( Spin
This Pleasant Ointment Brings Swift
Relief in 7 Direct Ways at Once
AUCWFR THf-WORlD IllOVfl I
\ apoRUb i^ the beat known mat&f
it n (i^ ii In wouc
( thrM.it andback
in.! you mil. tool
ance Is excellent in a part that is ovrr wj|h energy and vitality
tough and ruggedly demanding. vil. \ir i.)V-Ii.ve i.
A new star, whose work im- prtmy nrt attractive, hut loo mod-
pressed me is Pedro Arinendan/. |irn )n ,, s|1|l|
Hrho plays the part of Jim Red- for mR lwr](ih.,
letter f.om. or ch.ngln. one" letter E5&,'a_ll efIon?1o wSi (C *** D""H'"S
,n fte precedmg word. Mm and h's people, their i?3 ttJSTI^^XSi ",, ^
4. It may be associated with the (,_<.,, Unds Mr. Armendari/ 'nr,s^ ,hr?UB"
prac .iing word in a saying, meu- Biv nn enlirely different char- ''' "^^^ o
phot r as^ciatiun of Ideas. acteriaatlon of an Indian from "^rtin r"w "'Mh
^B may form with the preceding that usually portrayed, and It Is "'V*."
warrl a name of a well-known a welcome change to see 'his
pan- ii or place in fact or fiction, sympathetic interpretation of tha
i. It may be associated with the American Indian's personality and
pracediiiX w..rd in th,. title or problems. As a wealthy land-
action of a book, play or other owner and catlte man. he plays
composition the part with dignity and re-
A i tin. i'.n of words stmint, and as a simple man of
might !" : WarRawDeal- honour, he is unable to undcr-
Dean ChapterVerse Terse stand, .ind refuses In condone I he
and Georgetown branches were in Tel 11 wn fully thl
oparatJon before the elan
In 1937 business In Barbados ami the demand
again warranted individual atien- than can be bandied. In < :<
tion and an office was reopened mote than 200 ladlca h >
here m 1938. y 1939 full agency tlOQUgh the deal and are now
HE FEELS BETTER RIGHT AV/AY!
i. soorHiN&.i.'rDiciNAivArouas i
-.HI U If M |
. intm Mai
[thct bn nil. t .r
hours. I ht "the inn ii m. m ike
a. SIROMO roiHTtc* ACTION. At the
hi tlgntnrai and :
THIS ONE SIMPLE IRUTMENT
RftlLVES All THESE DISCOMFORTS
Cleats duty no"
Soothes sore throat
"Draws on|" congejfion
it a llcKinm
perl'Ml of i
Ifcom March 19, Dutch waiters
Will not receive any more tips. A
fixed i>crcentnge for service.
vaiyini: from 10 to 15 J>er cent
<^H be charged to guarantee ,)r,.SMV.> ,,nd
wait' : i !!e.| iiu-ome. Moreover,
the dtlieiul uniform, tailcoats with
black tie. will disappear and
wall ; in future will wear white
status was accorded it and it w
alao in. tins rear that the present
pren at .it the B'doe Pli
i llkUng were occupied.
.cn hunaelf In f'pilc of war conditions busi-
.-.nd Bint Laneattai when tha lat ne>s conttnued '< expand and the ^1(| M SM00 A |jcgtrinrrs'course
ter duKOVan lhat he has been Han kept on growing, in 11*40 w|ien rntn| :. ne pupil
the entire personnel numbered ^ u |k(, ]r ,
All in all. I would say The "ve radaj the number is .t-. (| .. a. Singer
name And The Arrow ll good Ot course between then and now (lul| ,,,,,.
holiday far.- f.^r the uhnle fnm.lv "<* policies in business were con- ^. anvthini: from hor bath suit
tinually being innovated and woddmg dress. Sir,. i
T1IK BI.l i: LAGOON *oday .Singer goea In for more ,1VM c,llllKt (ll ,. , ,
J. Arthur Hank- | -ide linea than ever naiore. claaaes booked for this v
oilman's lack of ethics in their The Blur I .a coon i- :d the Empire In 1M5 it was decided Io include l*opl. i
unscrupulous search for wealth. This film Is based on a novel by thc wjc ot 0Velties and arti U '' "'I-'1 "',' h" '
Chill Wills and Lhwd Cough both H. <'- Wn- Stacpoole and tells associated with sewing and the have to U- m...
give splendid support to the prin- the story o* a boy and girl Who shop was rearranged to suit From present eagerness to learn keeps
cipals and the homespun phil m the Pacific at ., beginning of some 15 customers "P- ,.
phy of the former is reminiscent the beginning of tt pf day the shop has had to be urown-upa
of the late Will Roger*. Mend tha next ten or twelve years further rearranged from time to Singer has also Instigated
Good direction and acting, nu- of lhatr lives ea tha Mia occupants i,me to handle what has now '" '"*'''
thentie settings and a vivid, dra- of a South Sea laland tucir only grown into a business ol some 600 "U"k">*. These too nava pre* i
itlc story make Tulsa an im- contact wttb clvlUaaUon being a customers per day
xciling film. Itook of Etiouctie.
TIIK FI.AMK AM) THF
To meet this demand thc atalT leiiovatad only
The beauty of tnc settings is un- has not only been enlarged but sent" a very l
mablVand :> ,vns Singer Sales girls have bat ids the
of the children as portrayed bv specially trained in all displayed.
Ufo in l^moardy. during the j(fc Simmons ana D i .ng with the inUntion that i
twelfth century, when Frederick ,on ar. adept, but I : l.j bo thoroughly conipe- view ,this
Barbaroasa had a large par! of e.nii.uitv of the film awkward at *nt to advise a cult
Italy under his none-too-gantla Tin Ituatlonicontrived.
thumb, provides the background However, thara i1- a line sequence
SYDNEY, for The Flame and The Arraw dapletlng a trofdl ll hurrh
Royal Easter Agricul- showing at the Plaza. An nlatorl* another ihowlng in under water
w bag insured with cal romance, starring liurt I^incas- battla with an OCtUpUl I I
itlMri rain for 72.000ler in a completely new type ol these .ire lit|-. ttudlo Horls. they
i> be the world record screen rota f
J such a policy. Usual attend- Mayo, it is spectacular entertain- On the whole, The Blue l.sgoon
Mr.- at the show averages about ment with glorious Terhnic 101 but to.
one and a half million people. |>hotography, handsome costumes ting drawn out (Of m;. fa
Bright young things
g at pai | of '" I Ol
ubout 11* no I
t I are living up to it.
They're just a few drops of
Resides constant use by ho
have been selected for use in Royal Households wltl i
heirlooms, famous Museums wltl
Cambridge Universities and those Crack Transatlantic Liners,
renowned for perfect, unquestionable cleanliness.
OODDAXm I'l. xti: POWDBB OODDaJsB'B >ir.VKIf POMftlf
OODDAKiyg BEAM POLDS QODDABlVa atXTn WOOL
GODDARD'S Impregnated SIl.VFIf (LOTH
"Just a rub Imports brilliance to Silvers
"Gives a crystal clear finish to mirrors
"Keeps Tableware brilliants
-Excellent for Chromium plated fittings
IF GOOD POLISH YOU MQUTHl Say GODDARD'S
is to btlp the kidneys. They should be
toned up with De Witt's Pills thcro-di' in*
made specially for this purpose. D< Witt's
PUIs hava a soothing, cleansing and
antiseptic action on the kidneys that j~
brings them back to perform their
natural f tint lion properly.
* V* WrU's Pills are a ary well-tried
remedy Tbey are sold all oer thc world
and we have many letters from rmfOicri
telling of relief gained, altrr years of
uffenng after taking De Wilt's 1'illa.
They art on the kidneys quickly. Why
not try them for your trouble? Co to
your chemist and obtain a supply to-day.
r. m*4t it mttm] '*'
D. Witt's P>)!. in
wmde under Mtictlj
and In. ingfd'.nt.
II (onlorm to nit'd
Unduds ol purity.
X.V. v.v.:::v.:: v.v.<.:vs.'/v*v.: .:-'-'.
lW*'.'.'.MMV<'/*>. | I
DE WITT'S PILLS
for Kidney and Bladder .Trouble's.
rjwhore win ind ti .i
and id ti
n Hurling nut
' rife . u-e DBBAU I
bi.ngs to your skin.
Toilet Goods counter.
^ \'. I / -- FRAGRANIIT PEHFU
P\C.r 11 \
si Ml \Y MiMM \ i |
M MI\Y MAIM II -'". 1*51
wouw of the w/;/;a
Now She Faces Her Biggest
MRS. MORRISO.X (UMimiCwmv
. R i%. ready ta
detached, red-Un. k villa m
.-roner> Rood, Klth.tm. at th-
i hrn Mr.
rang up. Hv
apologised to his v ifr
ne was afraid he would
tion with his rteyau.fi to the post
M f'orwign Secretary fcvpi hirt. 0
mat n ba* m
jir. Hani Ui t<> hW
Late, (or meals.
.1 in the 114-18 war.
It was all because Hciber:
-I hi* r.gnt tjri
hood, bi u-mid Tin-, hi
tribunal Mfit bil Otk on UM
j .i. Kldd. mark* <
n.im in Dajra
klAROARBTT KF.N 1 lived at
irfui of dancuif. H< i
.... i "
pioneers of the garden cit> w
Den Momaon Ml in k
She taught him folk d
the local Skittles Inn. in 1819 l oy
..thing mid woodtand
but not the e-
She likes to pick up -r* raejptj
"*> h*r travels, to make her homo
SHF. i proud of bar home rook-
ing Mans years ago a)
the Electrical Asgastrfgtfjasj kl
Women and gave cookery demon-
>ttationa to other housewives Sh
till belongs to the association.
Dame Caroline Mj i.-ii. ,t founder.
a .i friend of hers, and lh*v ,l(
arMionallv to be seen lunching
lethei al a West End restaurant
*est fi end
.... is Ladj
Cnemlea she has none. Ail
** her pay tribute to her
happiest al home
hei unaffected simplir
She efijoyi an nee.
To :he theatre, and i
' -f ballet but her chief
m etion is gardening. The rork-
<-..- -. in front of the Elth..;
carefully planted with
.luhnctia and a variety of Alpine,
which she raised her-elf
H will not be eaay ft
V< herself ou' of her garden and
transplant herself to tho mor>>
formal surroundings of C.nrlton
were married, /wliticlan. She is not nearlv as ?>!?% P* ****** to lh*
They had one child-a riaug) tar, diffident as she was 30 years in S.,5S. i?? lh,1'1,,v,'r ""band s
Mary, She la mil
in tailored COBt: in summer change for hnmelv Mm MOTTlm i.S.-J?,S^td .'th Ult' **
m ,i,.,i printed tracks. ;., take ,.,, lhc d l-isham Labour Party.
..id .all the new secretary's u.fc ^','w '** the blagaal
Today, m her mtddla Wioa, their Bra) homo la two furnished
Mrs. VBrgarel alorrawoi bobbed rooms.
'I' She hM ,onie out much more
f,n ritndcr ;is to t- the envy oi during tne >Pmn 5nt, tins ,|Vcd
other housowivea u she stops out tft<. fr,,,,,,. nf the jjC.wlsham CQn_
to do the morning jthnpiunt; < atituoncy, striving to ovctcotiie her
dresses wolL but nut In UM ixtremt natund apprehensions
fashion ^often goes hathaV, wita All the name. It wit] h- a hio
a plair """* -t' in summet ..i.*...... # t.... _. -^ _<*
Foreign Socrottp ah) or n-n-inr Dj/ziine diplomatic nai
*,m,i n....i i.i>. H.Mhwi tajm 'I" J"
Md ., natural mm. Sfce I g -------k ' '' ' Arch.-iy
bar hiDPiml a" !"""> "" " '"""' s ilomcrt.-
hu !. cUM: i IIi1-.-Im I I Uj
naOPUU. lo mart impoctanl HOBaB. Shi- r.-ids u lo
IIIlium 1" maka public appear- aarious modem or clanlral novala
..il thai .!.- tan .-om-y She anjoya lordm nav.i. bul
naturall) to Mrs. Mot 11.....1. -ho liko:
Bui : hv MM navat ahlned at yrar II
Uia if<* ol .' rii i.,[S
-1"" I"".....i.....S. l^JfcJaVfc"aP!-*i ?
.some of his election rnevtings.
has accompanied htm u> party con-
ferences, danced with him (obvi-
ously enjoying herself) at muni-
She has even broken down hei
natural reserve sufficiently to h
with him on such jaunts as i> rfv
trip to Southend
* hoUdaj i
Mm i taoni
DUbUi .t. gUre of her life ns hos.....
d the imposing 10~roome.| Hit ,,,
("arlton Gardens which Is the
Foreign Secretary's official resi-
The next few weeks will be
rrMtfUl for Mrs. Morrison Th< -
will <..nfr.mt her with probtamg
smaller In s-nle than f.
baovro, l>ut none the leas fa,
f .ii binii for her.
( worn i. rorvmciir nMnrvrm
Chapman Pincher explain* those mysterious aches
OOK at the picture on the right
\~d the man sitting badly, the
ptrl -ittin)'. eonettU [TOI
Stundtng with a slouch and
slumpinii in . than do l.u moiu
than n.erely Hike the sprin* out Of
New medical findings have con-
vinced doctors that faulty posture
can cause complaints ranging
from backache to varicose veins
und is responsible for mote weari-
ness and nagging pain than any
The doctors any thai putting
posturo right can rapidly improve
your mental outlook and
strengthen your resistance to ill-
neaa particularly important
benefits in this dangerous and
If you feel you have been told
all this beforelook at the new
llndings which endorse all our
schoolmasters used lo soy to us. P
First a tough internal mem- "J*-
bran callei the diaphragm plays *"
n big port in proper breathing. j,,r
In droopy and ovei fal folk who W**
bicathe larelv with their stomach (i"
musoles. the diaphragm gets laay.
Doctors now know that
diaphragm also WOCtO
GET SO TIRED
force these discs out
feet together and hands
by your aides.
one of them may Then get someone t
_ nerve, producing in- carry out these tests :
pain. This is what doctors ONE: Measure the angle under
"slipped disc" the i.bs. It should bo nearly
If it is located low in the spine, right angle,
tj^ you net backache and "lumbago" TWO : Measure the girth of ^ y^ Art Editor. Advocaw Co. Ltd.
i. If it is high up. the pain tne stomach It should be less <;ity. *nd should reach liira not later
aju?!J&: "ft. - - * s^assjSpSr ~ -.....- -............ -:
r^aVloliow '"" iroubla i> by praaliung Ihacorrcl Now -bow to correct and
Nmi kafcaraal umuns arc Bri- *mtnR and htandlim positions vent faulty posture .
ousfy d e, wh., ,h,' (<% rtSSry P.lc. that they I LIE flat on you, oacjj-j.
.Inifhr- Tlu. live. now become second nature. Sec floor or on a tablewith eh
kn an become nvi'ted 111 a wav iJieteke* and lha handa clasped behind the
Uaat alrai rial t.i r .ll-I.Iadder Shoulders should be relaxed neck. Breathe deeply and slowly
trouble, lo. instance. The dlle.- "t drooplna or braced back, without letling the stomach bulac
1 ve sv.tem bccon.es sluggish Keep the back almost flat with or the lower part ol your back
There's meulca. news too about ,ne "tail' tucked in. knees braced lilt oil the floor,
lumbago- Many cases of crip- and the outer holders of your fret 2 LIE on your back
..line oalii nreviouslv classed as carrying the weight. hands by the sides, tsend one k----
K rnbaf" ,,h,o,,.r m .a."" an" These posture, alo ton, np the up over the chajl. Mralgbtan out the ^J^'J-
neur.l* are reallv due msptnal muscles, keeping them slightly the leg. then lower it slowdy. kn. w'"'h' k '" '"'"
,",,1,1,. lensed BO lhat they can go into keeping your back flallcnad -sharp curve tha main is jud-
action at a monuiit'. notice against the floor and the stomach denly taken off the nronft back
These Discs You can easily find out If your tucked in Do the same with the muscles, where It should fall, and
THE bobbin-shapeo segments of noalura l bad Bland as you do other leg and repeal ten times. Is thrown on to ligaments, which
the spine are separated by .....mall- not a. yau I SIT on a hard chair, adopting arc ......1. weaker issues
discs which serve as shock- lor p a r a d e the proper sitting posture shown And a strained ligament eat
absorbers Long-standing faulty graund Inspection with in the sketch. With hands on hips, iut.iua.ly pa.nf.,1________
WHEN YOU FEEL LIKE BEATING YOURSELF
ON THE HEAD AT THE SLIGHTEST SOUND
nutl ddr->v. the child's nanw and
ago and a ihort dccrlption of what
ka Is a.m..
For escii picture publisbtd In tha
iiirndsy AdvocsM' 92 50 will ha
aid. Pictures should ho adaassaaMl
breathe deeply, ra: -mg
ure- and keeping the rtasnach knl
* STAND with heels four Jo six
hi the >** awav from .. arall, attan
the lower part ol the back .g.iin-i
the wall. KiCiniii; Hit
shoulders touching it.
FINALLY, here is a poslure tip
Never lift an) thing heavy off
It's time to take Nl'TROI'JIOS lhc Tunic lhat works wonder.- with
Frayed and JangM Mrvta, Calming and soot hi nj* them and res-orinj;
Uiem to Their normal condition. No need to fiitTcr from
bad memory, irritability, poor concentraton or lack of
sleep. Nl'TROPIIOS COatalnlltg Thinninr
Chloride and Phosphorus is a proved n niedy
tor thtn nervous nilments. Help younell to
a happier, steadier state of Health with
NUTKorHUS Remember Ymt (-.at Well.
Sleep Well. Feel Well When You Take
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HE1DSIECK & Co.
___to add that extra sparkle to holiday
evenings under tropical stars-----
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SUNDAY, HAM n H, i-i.ii
I \ll \\ \ll\IH VI I
PACE c i i \ I s
BY CARL ANDERSON
BY WALT DISNEY
BY CHIC YOUNG
THE LONE RANGER
BY FRANK STRIKER
\v* LEAVE HORSES/VES.TONTO.
NEAR CAVE ^OWU. BE
BRINGING UP FATHER
BY GEORGE MC. MANUS
l^^T iHEvte cans! /mine nefte
' THEYBE aOlMSWTUgOW ) A gAD OLTFIT I
ICCK, JOB SEVEN, y^/Re A0TCHINSTWIS
If ute COWS ID RSfOSE OF
N :;. (
BY LEE FALK & RAY MOORES
MUgTA BE F't HIT
ITIOOKSLWETHBV ItONT \\
IS-THE ENt>OF Z1 BEUt.'E IT. I
TWETBAIl. ,--\ IT0USTC4HT/
IK -.1 CvEfcAwE KXTSIVE UP VET'
MUM SE.' I WABDEN.THE T6AIN MUST
THIS. CAN VOu BEACH THE
*** WIIVCAMIS ffi'
ASSIST YOU TO GUARD IT.
BUY A BOTTLE TO-DAY.
IT PAYS YOU TO DEAL HERE
SPECIAL offers to all Cash and Credit customers for Monday to Wednesday only
Tins VIM CLEANSER
Bars RAVEN SOAP___56 M
Tins MACKEREL______36 .32
Tins HEINZ SPAGHETTI
with TOMATO SAUCE
Pkgs T. PAPER________22 .18
Bottles GUINNESSS STOUT
(Pis) .........._______33 .28
D. V. SCOTT & Co. Ltd. Broad Street
THE KEY TO
R. M. JONES ft CO. LTD. *"'<
THE BRANDY THAT
.... after nearly two
Lenturies experience in
selection and blending from
he finest growths of the old
vineyards of the Charentc, Hennessys
Brandy is to-day known the world over
(or its perfeuion of bouquet and flavour
that is unequalled anywhere....
Hrmttssy- Three Star''
ir, nhtainablp from all
Ctrl in Barbados in
various sizes of bottles
as well as flasks for easy
packing when travelling.
Ask loo for these old
(20 yrv old)
(41 yrv old)
At Clubfl and 11
llcnnc**y nil tin- Kih ks
ii.....mi old FmMomS
Pa i TWELVE
SUNDAY Al)\n( Wl.
sl.\l)A\. MAUCll 25, l31
iT'TA^^TFTF'n flrjQ piimh \otmb' pimir kales ion iie.vt
I reals p#- -on'* 1
I "U II cewll L*r !,(
[ ^..i-m. cWeO tl M
, t-J tl M -r. SU*eU|rl
The charfe lot announcement* ol
bine Uuiuin. UNlhi. A.know-
arCgmenls. awl In Mrmorlam nutlcea M
t> M en week-da.. and II M on SunMl
3 cent* M ward in Mkfi and) "<** > reals
r-cr word on Sui.ia.. lor each : '"> "HI
Ml aim urn <*< I hi-.* T) 1"
charge i* (3 uo lor
nbei of word,
a< .! paj isN M Mi
Term* cash I b..i* tea
I a p.m, Sill lor
be mid husband '
Sthllii-.r I'.nMaitaUK Hi
Idtr-i S- I DWI f'-niWr
H i i .'
atATHBH .....' l,v
At ii .i_wn. Mm' van today
fmrntrude -daughter f arliith .grand-
raiignlei sssule igital sOi.d
CAaV >rd ,%- .. !. Good 1
CAR i II M Phone uti
CAROne IV** UO*
HP. Dni* . Hiln -. I
CAR Ford V-a X 33i ii.i.
CAH-mi ii,i.m* saio.
nder three monlha. low
i.aai ..t -. i
c.: v, i in
BnUOBHATOH C Q)
i be an ..I K F Hui A
I.tll li- I'.nl 4-11 I
ONAN1 ighttng Plata. 11-15 volU
I amp", ago watt*, with lamp* am
A Ujinei Co. Lid.
Jl IIIlN I ..Ml.I
Wii ind ...Ih.-r H
Austin TudeF. *<*> toll -aaeep
March] use. .
That*- la * -f* '"
A slee. vo* BM I. HOaad
A place I* vacant In our lw
Thai never rn U* filled-
Tboar Howeta pi.
U.ii-r withered and dacayt
Hut the l>- for .rou who
Will new (ado l"M
Fait In b* rrlrrmberrd k]
iin Tud.r Comoro*. Au.tui.
paTVsa, Allied Tuctnr Denl* Munlo isnnw.
Villa. Carmen Tudur idausltwrn, Ealoui.
raid Cariloi. T.ido-
bH CO, Mi' Mlldrnl
,.|v mm B T..I..K Ml I T .1.
ChariM "'* '"" '*' *
(V.A PaptH pVW Ci>PT'
BaTVClJ I '< ml ihiff-
aoad. loi l^lit, Uoiib and .Xildtau
Srewa youi- no* Court* v Ooraga.
V.iiiii-;-arh im Di>l
BVrtClX. ACCXSSOHIKH I'
Hnddloa. Connotuona. Palchlnn
whal ar Applv I
whiiopoik Kd Dtoi aai. an
and BktctM I
>s a i*nNr?i
MIH II in mi ,
toe lh day ol Apnl IH1.
Hr>d day W...
ItK. IT v IIAWOOURT L1BLB WAhlt
ItAKBArHiS c LtUCS1 ITNIOf)
aral .j.-i.,.i Mill iw
M ..t 1- M<*
WIDNE8DAY Mill m.l
Noliroo of mollona .ind or quoilKni
loro Itw- dalr (Ixod
Cnrrimt. 3 bo*
Ol IMMlli f ITobOli ol
Ihr Iff. itlvi
T.i rgoudor i.uli ol moUona
MOT1 \ ..prnl Ihp lU-rxiit and iir-
i bo tern bi TAoKirUnoJ
OfJk-a. V M'.
!l* ml Irooi 4 p m lo 0 p.m
M I H Ji
Too obovo will bo aol id for aato at
urUUort al our " -
eot. aaiabjaioon. on fn '
io ol afaroh IffaM. at 2 pm
cAMtDraron bcai v
iwii naur-aai^ i.
C ^ra* Mount Hill, ronaiarliT.
Hnuaa wim <
1 both and
0.1 |j ana nnd
a oiih grp.'
For i lapartmt, appiv (o i.-no^ on
piomtaa* Tl.l.ll afc
t -Vimc <
11.. I III V
. Ill Smail r.n 'lliiimon
r\l-ll OP T PHILIP
.Soalrd T'lxim marlird on onvalopo.
rotidri for Raotdcnco" air mvllad lur
_r purcli. I- '
lliiuaa at loo SI Philip Wmt
,( boa'd and uhlnfte inid
ran be m-paclad on application lo Mr.
MtofTM "" pirori't orc.panl.
All Trndri will br MCCtVI
undi-rHCiiao nol later (nan lie ln April
NucrOoafUl (AirCtioooT nm*t be proparad
vuot In lo
wceka Uim alter wk.
The Vniry doeo not bind llorlf M M
to Ihe hitfM-4 cr atn)
P. S W. COI
Clrrk lo tin- V, i
st I*.. Up
UNDER THE IVORY HAMMER
. MXh Hi A-00 Auu.il Car
Avcidenli. tola i I i>
* ANTIQt m W f,-y drarrlptrai
(.aaa. China, old Jeweia, fln s.i.r
t'aterrolnura Ear> hooka. Mapo A .'..
r-apha ate Ol OonUif Anllqua Shot
a*)olnl.ui Royal Yarbl CTub
A ml all Ihe
From.. G. A. SERVICE
Dr F A COX DC iChli i I*>IT
iKaaJ opt-mrtriai and
Chl-oprarloi. Bank Hall. oppo-Ho
i nod iiu.iv. DutlM
rieatnienl lor Ann and
ANIIWUKA- A poad ouortment >!
laii-oa n. ..... I
Shad*.. China. Poll* l i
IMinllUM- In Ralph II. nd ShOW ll.l
ll.u.hn.KRl Allev. Open K .. in .
31 > 5'
A. M. 1 EBB
BiirUido* Bonds and Share* |
Bought and Sold.
UAKCA'N One Nr-
BATHS In Porcelain Biiomol. H
Whur. Ctraaao. Primtore wllh n Mafefel
mlta to complete colour rullua. Toi
crade. A. DAUiTBI at Co., Lid
CALM-A! MM iKoi Iho aon
an. pom. n( auflorollon cauaad b>
ASTHMA CALM-ASMLNi: I
relieve Ukf rfj m - ind
l-ii. i.it-mn JOUVKINAL PRANCBl
rXrtalnab>e al toodlna DrugSMU
CURTAIN riTTlNGS For -n..n win
>w aUltni. Ilfthl control. Valance am
diaper in. By Kliach. Dial t*l A
IIAKNIai a> CO. LTD ISUI !
DIAMOND RIM1M r-..
lone rlnaa. Claw Hi.,,- Altn.tiv
D I'.rhatda A
. fjinol . Ci ilaae an Wednoa-
. M>ii-n atiii. ih*i. al I
. notion i. olended to Old
ol M* arhool. f.i.nU aU lnn-|.
i. i dull)
HTM I UK
J B. GRANT. L Th.
rhorpe i-aek Tl ceoia
" ra S4 worda I
ATTKACTIVI. I-UKM4HED Fl-AT-
V h P.I Sts. Snfl.iii
PART ONE ORDERS
laoue Mo IS
' be a Pay Parade
FLAT- Haoflde FurnliReii
-.r LaNaW bed)"".. I* be*.
I Mam Road
I ii.- ail .... ; ra aa A|
p iiSMa to Mr. Vaic Lew*
in 2 IV T F N
\!AHINS CAKIENS Kow Bundolow
ledrooma aiitb runmna wab
i .Irnboa Mad Oil inooV-n .
I Imr jrhncil Appl)
i.-i.. KOMI RU.0I U3S1 -in.
new BLiaaALnv. i
.riot Ch'nch Aval lab i on Itoaoiy.
.nlahed. Fridge L
.i ply Frador.Ci Plifolrlc'
U AMI II
iibiih chorur week 73 cen
ai.lt "Nodopa M worda I
! 1 caola a word u- -4 I
Bond u.,..1,rao will b,
Tomoo> Ap.ll. 51
oh m i- j,.i"'->i i> -pp.. m-d ki.i. Oj it i
.ihuani'-v SpricEiV and orocri.v rbueant roti wsek cndinc.
1 \l-fcll. SI
Orderly OcBtci 2 LI A U CUrke.
OMirty Sorjaonl M L S Wtlliama. D.
ill .. MWI
Meaa Meoilnf ol BM "NUi-n
IS houra. Honorary Mdrnben
UNDER THE SILVER
:.. .,.1, \| .
la v..- wiu aclt her I
O-rrltni, which intUde.-
C Kid Eilciv.kuii Ihnina; Toblr lual Hi
Ipriahl Ch I'.diM.I SU
Book Cae MLtoaa Doort*.
Om aiom '. Wrln
( -11.110 Al Cuatiiona. Halttand all an
MahOfony CUh and hlna, rt'eooiu-.
China Too Servlea,i
C. ' Dawn T.i Stt: Platad and -'ror
Tt.re in Enli- Di.hr- Too Seo-OK
Silver Rail and Sv pel Dii.hr. oar M.
loidin* Carol T-Mo: -lonaa
Si"pM Machine: Electric Plnor l-nra,
i -,. Vld .... l>olilr Mahor 1*-T
ateod and Rpeinr. Hair Heda. Deep Sleep
in. ITllMini T.iblea. Cedar ^iea-
- t w .-1,-i.nd. Waai
ins uder, Kitchen Utciralla, Lardei Cm.
.....ien Hem-hea. Good Book*
ludlng laras Damaak Tabk
I Handworked T,-a CUHha. Hoar
RcoL lii Mower. Garden Toola. PlaaaU
.d man% .nhn Hi
S.UJ! u M or lock Tenra Ca.h.
HKANKKK. TRIrTMAN ft CO..
THFJUt la a (ood ]nb nrlered In Ti miita-l
r Ih. ilum man H.. ability
ico inual enable hlrr. lo
Ihe PtiotocrBphlc Department of a
town Store I
MONTRKAI.. At'STKAUA. NEW
ZBALAND LINE. LIMITED
ni a ki i inf.i
M ro::r:ARIRO" la orh^dulad to
ail Malbout'.' Fabruorv SOIh. Sj-dnar
FralMr Mil.. Ililabene Mairh llh. Al-
t>n"K al BarbodO* early Aunl. 141.
Thii \aa*el ha- ample aperr. lor Hani
Fioirn and General carlo.
Cairo accepted on through B:ll* ol
l. .dm,; wiih Iranahlpmenl al Trinidad
..,: BrHtoh OHMaa, Bacbodoa. W fdwarf
rnd Leaoard laUndi.
Fm fuiiner partkruUra apply -
FURNBBH, WmiY at CO. LTD.. and
Da COSTA 3t CO. LTD..
R W I It W 1
'' Canadian National Steamships
IMMEDIATE CASH lef diamond Mala
iv. old China. .Ilvet and pttielrVM Plate.
hoM aafj or call al GOKBINOE':. ad-
TE CASH tor broken Jewel-
..-.. eoiiu, mn.ia'ure? Jada,
H W I Riampa CORRINOES.
li -;q ,e Shop. Dial 44M.
PERMANENT or Tranaienl Giioi.
ton Dial 4MT
23 3 119n.
RATES OH EXCHANGE
l/IM pi Cheque* i
-v la-i Thi.itda'
IVraoi, may obi
PFSHJUI IWANATM) WINKAl lonfj
i,, oarel '-<
Dla wine lor the IrcotuwiH of DlabetCK.
mti. t WKATIIKItllEAD LTD.
DAYLITF. vovii; s. i ii s
; caor, good a*Sao, I in. I it I'n
15 3 11 I In
I l> rrpllOfUll' Voluc i-1
I IV SM a" <>' F.al See
I Today .1 < i W HCTCHINSON, A
cm We ruaranloe the pleatonl
H X FBANUI .....
VENRT1AN BUNDS. Kirach Sun-aii-
I inel-1 IVLue Veiwlian b:i- I
i J weak.. DUil til-
UAJUCEb Ai Co., Lid.
IS I 61t I n.
na M.V "CARIBBCC" will
rpl Cargo and Pa.tenger* tor
" i n lea A nl Igua. Mont tar rat
ii and Si. Killa. Sailing
dneaday 21.1 m.t
The M V "DAUWOOD" alii
aerep* Cargo n>d l^aaanarMa (or
Bt Luru. Grenada, and Aruba.
and Pnaeangeri only lor St.
Vincent Date of Departure lo
Ii W I RCHOVNEB OWNERS
OtoaaMriai Tele. No. tOtT
CAN CIIAIJ KNCm
. \m NaUOtN
N R Sibiiel
. II Mar n Mar.
GARDINER AUSTIN & CO., LTD.-Agents.
Death nf Mr MKJrafl llulm.nsou
ition haa bwn laajanvaaj
lo the Sfftct that Mr. MrGrafl
llutrhinxon. a native of Barbodo*.
Jicd ;ii Its ajnbi I Orillo BUh
BsirtaBtO il' Cul
noci .< ana nicltt cough-
i :. M A.t:.i..j
..,,, m.-htr day
ring MetHDACO Tatfa rrral
!- ii. ipli.g aatura
ivq lUdL ati.W-
i The ggnny and middcning Itch of
ulccra and c, /cm* arc ended al ihe
fuel inuch of U D.D. Prcacripuon. Thla
deep penetrating liquid hcaJer killa ihe '
poloofiout i-rrm* below ihe akin and \
quickly C lear* up c. r n ihe moat.. In tin-
am -.I.- GET A BOTTLE TODAY.
Obtainahlv from -11 ( hrmnu.
OVaatl HOI SE
OPPOSITE HASTINGS ROCKS
Tel Mti. I. ,nini.
MB ggM I "
SOI VFNIRS. CT'KIOS.
New ShlpiiMRt openrd
WED. 28th March
at 11.30 a.m.
*Tl ra been ma
ell by Aiarllo.. _
HnuapatQid eHect. nl "FBABN" -1
Ri dlo Tublo Orca-
- Cabinet .all Mabof-
U i Marble Top Table. Crab-
w-.od Table. O.Ugonal Folding
Table. i" Diamelcri. Invalid
.. Wick. .
robe ntui Drr>aiiig T.
lion Hi.l.teod.. Hair Mi.ttie.M-.
Lamp-. Oil trap*. ITabar Model.'
Pllen line Table '" W'
i F.-ii Fkhrt Rm;.
SI" >. 18-,. Rlerttlc Ton.ter. 2
Bomci Weatiniehuuae Hot .'Male
Con i i
Tabto Model Vatoi
aj .. I,. Crean. Glaaaei. 01n*>
Coa-ln*. Ftow-eied Dinner Ser
1 vlic. Uinnci I'lili' Hi..id t But
i. .. SUli
le%. si.M i'Pa i i Cor"
II (art Mat Sili \.H Cellar.
CuMoc Cup* Ai Saucer*. Butter
ii .!,, i- V Pad
Pan-. -,.".I tew pan.....i
knui jfBWMal Board. Sel(-Heau-
Cc-i Iran. Lad
*lv I ii C *' I i '
Lawn Mow.-. Watering Can.
Bnrtcta. Oaid.-. TooU. Seal* at
Lochnrn Hem and CockxalU.
, toll ol
jpjfca >l. IUoiN
l*HB ANNUAL ATHXaVTXO i
Si'ul>.s MKETINt; ">l\
THE KAKBAIX^S INTER- '
SC!iCX>L ATHLETIC !
will lake place at
FRIDAY. MARCH 30th
at 12 :)u p ii
Adulta ............ 1/-
< uii -......ftd.
GPorgc C'hallcnor Stand I .V
23 3 513(1. Jf
The Big Event Of The
Ik I.oval Brothers Of
ON JINE 71k A 9lh
IN AID OF
NcrJirsI Cur> I uml
Further Particulars Later
?.##/!# I I ItHH \ll\1. OILS
ARE BEST BY TEST
DONT ONLY OIL ITGERM IT
h:\tiiai. mi Mint i.tii.
Gaaolcnp StationTrafalgar St.
Will our Cuslomers anil Ihe C'.rneral Puhlic plrav
; iu.tr that ..ur Stere will hp CLOSKII lo busineu on
; SATUKUAV :tlsl instant for Ihf purpose ol STOCK-
in ii it i in a n:\Tso.x 11 ik
See us for -
TEMPERED HARD BOARD
OIL STOVES & OVENS
M & 11 Roebuck SI.. & Magazine Lane.
PETER DeVERTF.VILLEChief Representative CLYDE WALCOtTA
Agenls: W. S. MONROE & CO.. LTD. Phone 4317, P.O Box 1(12 High Street.
Nato: The tbovc Irwat ore uiven in Canarliau lioll.n.
SIXTY-FOUR YEARS OF WORLD-WIDE LITE INSURANCE SERVICE
liixiks Every Builder Should Have $
ELEMENTARY GUIDE TO REINFORCED CON-
|; CONCRETE HOUSES AND SMALL GARAGES 12 6
I I LASTERING I I; ROOF CARPENTRY 7 -
;. SURVEYING and LEVELLING FOR BUILDERS $9.00
J THE IN5.TITUTION OF ELECTRICAL ENGINEERS
? ---------- v
i ROBERTS & CO. Dial 3301 J
begs to inform her Custom
W will be (.losc-d rrom
id Aintt- art. *
25 3.51 In.
becrtbora, or thoe* wnhmg
to beeorne aubicilber*. any pa.il
ol Ihe lUand. ate aaod to h*lp
11 ihe plan by phoning 1M> M
i in.- Ttalalsar 114*0.
ii Stirel. and giving their
nanct and adJietaei
Iti tucceaa o( the plan will
depend antirol) on iho fapon*P
lo thia call.
A Fa., r v A.
Formerly Dta.n A- HIiuMa
I.AULU IHii -i
iia* A apeclou* two
H> houao with appro*
jddiUonAl Sa aero*
g>:ia*iea. 3 I
H'BSI K CatlKwaah. Si Jo.-
IPI A |ll.Il,H..- '..
nl. ..led ilap.l ..ii Hi. baa** l-->
II. .ted on apprOK acre ol land
The conatructlon la of limber
rained on alone pillar* wllh shin-
gle routing and l> of mund I'Otldl-
tlon Ihroughout. Theie ore 3
bedrooma iwllh baainai, lounge,
wide roofed g,.ller\
the ocean, kltrhen. aarvant'f
rooma. outalde baihlitg cubtcleo
and garage apace Oiler* Invited.
IOU HALE OB LF.AHK-
-MRATIlalOBE- Cullnden Road
I'.-iidnr l-*lut*y m..... properly
with shingle roof and pine Soar*.
Contain* I reception, rtlnntg room.
ft brdrootiK. 3 bath* and tollela
W.-.l ground. i4 about liOOP q
Jl Fleaaairl town midcnce suit-
able aa Doctor* i< .....
TWO NEW Bl'NGALOWa- In
"..nit new dexelopmeiii bb>M
Mb well built of stone with
uodrontn*. living mum. kltchi-n.
irage and arrvanl'a quartern
I All main aarvlce*. KXtOQ each.
Coaai. A beautiful property *m-
bodying Ihe ne>t pre-war worh-
nan-hlr. and well pUnncd with 1
lecepllun. bedraom*. vei-
undah. kin'en punUv. gaiogo
Morernom* etc, Th* land i-
appro*. I acre* with flower and
veaelable garden*. productive
-IMaOff- Bathsheba. SI
JoaOph. A COtrdullable holUtav
burtcalow conatiucled of tlmlMr
WeU poUUonad 3 badroomed
bungalow Verandah not over-
looked from mam roadway bv
neighbouring ho.i*a. Wrll re-
commended at 3.000.
T QLIVia"Upper Colly-
more Hock. Large modern bun-
galow with appro* 1 acra ol
I.iwii'. kitchen aarden and orcnaid
Lara* lounge, gallery: 4 bod-
i.-nn>; fltle.1 klhhen. gauge etc .
ELstYlt K g|h Avenue. Belle-
ville A atone and timber houae
on appro*. 2.900 *q II. Encaoac-t
verandah > reception rooma. -
bedroom*, kitchen and pantry. Fli.l
information on application
"HBANDONB"-at. Michael. A
. mi ii..w old slnne property on
I Ihe coaal wllh good boa! anchor-
age about I mil* from lown. with
a1 acre* of cnclo-ed rmuiid..
the major p-H pH.nted wllh pro-
diictive coconut and fruit trees
There are 3 reception. bedroom*,
galleries. I garages etc Suitable
llher fur continued use a" prl-
"KAPTI*T VICABAOB" Paynen
Rat Ttda frail houae M
live sltea in St James Th.
a beautiful aandy beach an
Iwtnng Is ururpaaaed The nou
cnnlrlna 3 bedroom*. upoU'
lounge, galleries, dining
INC MARI.OW On Coa-i
Silver Sand A aoJWJiy btuh
an- houie wllh Oilngle roof anC
ine floor* Standing on nearly
acre* of land. Contain. 4 ... !>
.... I vri.ui
Caafe .1-1 Jvili Si 1*wt muted he.,.
(bar aaey-Fw on Coaal al niahrd Now Hra
Flares-. OajjsflMi Kent Unfirrnl*h-t lni'cll..te poaaea-
*Mngy Will*-1 Pn4pec'.
SI. Jamr*. Unfurm^ird houae
on roast, with 3 bedrooms.
Im.nge. verandah o\cr looking
-ra rl. Immediate po****!on.
KE.\L ESTATE AGENT
PLANTATIONS Bl ILDING
SUNDAY. MARCH M. 1951
Sl'ND.W ADV1K ATI
Special BBC Easter
On haster Dav
Sperm I BBC* broadcasts for
Easier include a message (rotn
His Grace the u>r.l \
of Canterbury. Dr. Geoffrey
Francis Fisher. Dr. H
week visit to Australia and New
Zealand in the course of which
he travelled 8i0 miles in the two
countries ,md V H
two addresses per day His broad-
cast message will be
7 45 p.m. On Easter Dav right
after the West Indies half-hour
The Services for Easter l)uv
will be broadcast bv the BBr
from St. Paul's CaW
don and will bo un tfc-
A traditional broadcast for
a.';nn be broadcast by the BBC
l it will be on at
i time when there are no direct
beams to us you may ,,! pleji
" up However, you cm try the
II bandan tha
North Americaat ll.utl i>m on
Foster Day, Sunday ftMfa. ion
UM lop cal stories
and poems for Easiei which the
manages lo get together am
read arcund this tuna ol Uw
gar, 'Caribbean Voices' on the
Ih inst. Aili feature two short
stones. -The Dream' by Karl
Sealy of Barbados, one uf the
most regular of contributors to
this programme and "The Kite"
by .mother ref.ul.ir contributor.
Ban-aba' of Trinidad. This lat-
ter was previously broadcast in
December last and follower .,.
"Caribbean Voice*' will remember
the praise pix-en to it bj li iu>
Swanzy, the producer, when he
broadcast his review of the last
six months on the IBtli Fi-Ihii-
ary. Broadcast is at tne regular
t.me. 7 !5 to 7.45 p.m.
The other day we called your
ttoatlon to Um fiii-t Ulat from the
(th. March the BBC WM not
ttaifl Hie Weil Indies pro-
gramme on th,- 49 metre band as
nussion would not come
on until 7.45 p.m. As a matter
or fact there has been no change
up to the 17th. March this
column has to be written well
I time and you may
still find the 49 metre transmis-
sion coming on early which
should ensure better reception.
Comments on reception and men-
turn of what metre or megacycles
band )rOU tune In to London on
will be much appreciated by The
BBC. Box 108. Kingston, .la-
Artist and ihe Community
On Wednesday next. 29th
March, the BBC will broadcast
the fourth and final programme
in the series "The Artist and the
y in which three West
Indians are being m:>
In this last programme the three
- Ronald Moody, the Jamaican
culptoi. Denis Williams, the
British Guianese pain*
Beryl McBurme. the Trinidadian
interpreter of the dance, will
meet their interviewer. John
sal comment on what
is common ground to all their
contributions and* perhaps whs'
is basic to the personality ol the
oadcast begins at 7.15
p.m. Wednesday rtntt, 28th. trun
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7 10 a m Na Anslyui i IH an Flwi
Ihr Editorial. ~ IS am p-,4l|ll
Panada I JO a m Umiui<
1 %m. Think on TM Turn.. .
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CaUInf All >.mr.. II I. m The Newa'
9 lo ii ii. Hnm Newi from Britain:
W IS M Cloa* r>,wr.; II IS a m Pro-
It^nirrr Parade: II *> a m Im-rUa*;
II am. ttrrvin loi Ea*u-r Da<: II
roon Th N>; It 10 p m Nr>. Anal*-
I-. II \\ vi- Clo^ Down
4 19 air afuac
Sunday Hall Hour: B p m Comnoih
ihr Wefh: lUpm UiUaiara' Chafcf*:
4 p m. BOC Nonharn OrcheMra.
ii as j.i* up, H.am a *i u.
1 pm from Grand Hot*l
s. .'...,.( .(
l'lrhH|* s is prr Wf4ah MaAwMs
m Huor Maaai.hr p~. K-.
Recorda i|l Pror*n,iiir Wradr
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Niahl J*'. P-- <;*nr.al Spraklnr
1 M1 aa pm 'I i M. A un m
"l ih Wrak; 9 p m Ripoii
13 nm lonoon Ljjrix (-onpcrt Orrhr.
HA>. Si'iul Home
WANTEO BY POLICE
Ii 45 p m A^fr.
m Nr. J 10
13 Caiibbasn V(
u II M p.m
M. a M.41 M.
7 49 pm An Eattn Ueaaas*: pm
'.,11. NrkHMl LU l> Srrvirc Km
lailr Dav; B 43 p m Ccmpoaer of lha
Wea*: pm Leaf Hnioii. 10 p m
ii. Svs-. iu 10 pm r-roni Ilw tdit.i
Ul*. 10 13 pm. The Chadrpl 0.a".
10 30 p m London Forum 11 p in
-II I II' !.l ,
jami unarr .ir,- n.
a*< i ' i. linn n i
hav J. S Bot.il..
7 pm Rrv II MfCulloiaJtl H*
PAYNES HAY II am Rfv R
r......'> Holv Conuruninn; 7 p.m. PI
W Si Hill
wurnatAu. iv am a>v n *
r.-llouah-- Holy Commumun. 7 p.m. PI
U11J- MBMORIAI. 7 am Mr
Ir. V St. John
MO S TON'
WRUI. 13 Mc Wai'W II.TS Ptc
mux ii js ***
jo a in The Billy Cotton Band Show.
7 a.m. Tha Na*a, 7 10 a m .Ntai Aiia.-
7.(3 o-m From Ihr Xdltorvala 1 13
.. m roa.rarnm* Paradr; 7J0 a.m. Dla-
IIBIPSMal a I'alacr. 7 43 am Sir.mna -
u Qood a Thins B am L*r Makr
M.-i. Bam Tn* Ki 10 a n. Home
Nrw> From Britain 19 a.m Cloar
Dnwn 11.15 a m Proinmmr Parade
UK am. Nrw Zealand V Enslar.il 11 n
am. liitarluda, 1I4P am. Ommwh-
VPStti Huwrrr II Noon The N*->. 11.10
p in New. ^naly
rPM BTOWM; 0.30 ..
H-.^ltoi.Hol> Camm.,' I
A i ..il.i Time In Store fi.-
MRS. AinU.A COX I*
invite-, vou to hei *J
GRAND PICNIC I;
deemed a rnohibited imirngrin*
i I to Trinidad M
Smku. depotUd from Ciudad
loltvar across the BG. border for
he alleged tntering of Venezuela
vithout a proper visa, was at pre-
ent recuperating at the George
own Hoapilst following an ap
HU .ii the Cavern
lent rVodUCI Di'jHtt
more than aao.OOO i 11
lowiag mvcstisjiKuis carriod
Tommlssion As a result,
;r.. Dopol aniOT elcil.
A'as arrested on thrif charge^
rtttl bail ilxed ;il Sl.rv"00 with a
.il for bull
i broughl the sum down
i $10.(1011 with .i
wards is to report to the Police
i week. The
-till looking ( i
Depot i ler* for
, (raudutoal i n
Bmtth w*i beUovod to have
escaped from the West Imlun
i Mi .ii.ulnle. UtvotUCoUom
inniir The ,equol ol
Cdwarda' mat ptm Um ari
d.i\ ol Rcnr) Cany, prominent
property owner, on u si
\ iler.ee at a trlnl
i.itni i>ii-t.i i;n
A g nig of grave robbers It at
*ork in Antwerp During the pa*
\kock three Mravag havo been dug
pened and t;i'id
teeth and lewetlerv pan
on two occasion* the row
far YOi H
ul'IN AIK Mil
n> Kind pan
ThMN ABOUT WHITE AMT1
7*W4yy a */*/y /
faT*Tha Qweon. ihowa hors. n>* Ur u(
^ to 7.000 *i a 4r. most of which
vP> Ja.elop into 'trorfcert' tpeciBlh
^Kad4ped 'or iloit-oj "I limBBrl it
Z ***/*** ATUSA
JE UNiValUAL Dip or bcuth Ic
*y poain.a p.oioK>n uajim Wh.i.
*Anu. Borart, Rot and Fungi. PSin
0' pohih ovar trsated mood. N
*iriad uvei carnagB wht.
rtiluted for um goea 'urthpr an.
,. or tvaporata. Combines with ihi
>Bi fibroi. tou|ham iho umber an.
jK maket it 'ira-mimm.
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A XRAND DANCE
will ba gtvpii by
Mr. RICHARD MAPP
(belter known hy M. 36>
On Plater Sunday Night
MARCH Mth. 1961
WINTER GARDEN CASINO
Greens. St. George
flFNTS 3 o: LADIES U
Mr. Mappt Jardan a Or*.
pluiH auppllad by
KrTtrsitMTiNTS ON !IAIX
*.i ;iimI l'!;i*li'i'
The Bethel Lawn
Raitf-r Monday March SMi
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Thia 15 .i hue in which an
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the fltst tone in Barbados.
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;ivariiiii Silvei IVrrelalns ant.' Cobalt Purcelains. Al
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Crystal and Pottery Clummg. Striking and fancy Clocks.
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fi \sik t\bi i covaaora
ano MANV oii.i:k DSaPOt ite*i> i or. nn
ar* r is x Vl.ll and nukr \n'l^rtlon To-day.
\o. ic -iviv sum i 1'iioNi liob mjo ot mm
I'm.i I minus
SUNDAY. MABCH ti. IMI
Three Cane Fires On Good Friday
TIHtl I t \M I IKl -
Oood Friday, one at
.il-out I 30
p m. burnt >0 holes of third crop
V.....i- MM] II boh I ol first croi.
Another fire broke out at Ihe
lYMaj \n$ 30 acre
BM and 10 ten
tad at about 745 and ended
j.i Ht>tut H II, The rtam.1^0 am
'.v UtfU UN
The previous day. Thu
.. occurred t the Bed*
Plantation. On this occasion 'our
acre* of first crop rip* cane* were
Al Hamm PL.nt.tion. St
Philip, eight acre? of third crop
ripe canes belonging to D. S
r..>nf ware burnt The damage
Is covered by insurance Some
canes were also burnt at Hop*
.in on Good F' I
OrilA TAYI.OII. Who sang
Dear Hearts and Gentle
the Local Talent Show at the
Globe Thi .,;;. 1 11 O01
nlghl I ....."I ttt very en-
r. Second prize
went to J.H- "Shiieshme" Clarke
lio sanv "BtpCi- My Ht.iti
Clarke was ip his usual glee and
thrilled tne audience with lit*
Th,. third lnl Toltl
n, ladlei > .1- i' 11 i..- w,
day night and first pn/e went tO
Sheilu Lucas who put everything
she had into 'Somcdav Ymi'II,
Want Me To Want You." 1
second prize went to Joan B<
lhani who sang "Maybe I
The Guest Star on Friday nllM
was Percy Welch and on Wednes- ,
day night Surrlax Thompson Mr
Mr. Maurice Jones also introduced
II-year-old Irvin Grand
DURING TIIF WEEK the Elc- u*ull> the can It U certain!
tors' Association held their more evidenced on festive occa-
flrst political meeting at Melle- sions.
plaine in support of ilieu e.mdi- I" nuat or the stores were
data, Ml .1 A HayiMO, for the men purchasing sh.
forthcoming bye-elrelion in
The targ> crowd that
were especially thrilled by the
1 the Steel Hand present
The ipaakan, lead bj Mr E D.
MotUay, v. C ' *nokc of the
way Mr Haynes had
Andrew in the House ol As-rmbl;
before he lost hi;, seat In 1M8 an<
of bin willimmcs" to an 1 l
if elected. Mr L E It Gill.
M.C P moved vote of thanks.
A patrol ol Scouts of the 4th
Barbados, James Street Croup,
left for St. Alban's yesterday
wbara they an
1 under Patrol
Thome We wish them V.-*A
Tho I W. Inter-in-.,
Tennrs Tournament op*nod
Scout If Q on Friday night. Ifitii
March, at 7.30 and continued 01
Saturua> I Ttli
Although the standard uf play
.,.. t.,.1 higii. yet the ...
ry and determination to win madj
MM very interesting. The
g..mes continued last night.
On Saturday night 10th March
u party of twenty-one Rovtl
drawn from various Crew
throughout the Island, camped al
the Don, WakofleM. Whit.^rs
Road, under th(> leadership ,,i Mr
S. L. Barnweil. A DC f..i
Matters relative tn Scouting; ac-
tivities were discussed and de-
cisions reached for the COttttnu
ance of monthly Inter-crcw Camps
and some practical worn was also
On Sunday morning these
resumed and various
Scout Laws were discussed. Very
keen interest was displayed b)
the Rovers who took an active
part in the discussions.
Mr. C R. C. Springer. DC
visited the camp on Sunda>
BUSY last-minute shoppers and heavy traffic alonR tho engaged S*a!E2o? HaTU
streets, were a feature in Bridgetown yesterday. It was calved a warm welcome, after
an indication of the final preparations for the Easter which he suitably replied and
season. Mule carts, motor cars and f;'v* a very interesting nddress
nroad Street was one o' the trucks were held up (or a long "** informed them or tru- sattM
b'isiest streets. Though Ibis is time as the single policeman tried aspects discussed at the recent
lo gel traffic moving. One hawki r Conference or Scout Comm.
was very disturbed when a fen eni held in Trinidad and of the
der of a truck knocked over her prospective Seoul Jamboree to bf
tr;iy which was rilled with fruits, hekl in Jamaica in IBM,
Pictured in front of the twin-rngtned "Beachcraft" which
lircii^lit thom to Baitiados on Wednehday ar* Mrs Boyd, her husband
Mr. Joseph II Boyd, Chief of Coiniuunlcations Operation*. Civil Aero
nautlc* Adtinni-tratfin. >tntionrd in Puerto Rico; Mrs. Tauca and
Mr. Carl F Tauch. Aviation Safety Agsnt. U.S. Civil Aeronautics
Ad niir. i-t ration alto stationed In Puerto Rico.
The party left lor Martinique on Thursday and ware due back
in Puerto Rico yesterday
Bridgetown Was Busy
] With Easter Shoppers
She had a little trouble in Betting
-ome of them back Into her tray
for some hud found their way to
the other vide of the mad.
nd other articles
liable for the excursion \T\f\
ended tn'ghl ho going to on atotldaj
The men folk were not to he
outdone, however, and for the mom
part wire buying sport shirts,
shoes and l"iery.
Despite the rush for the Ka*H>i
iti|iincmcnt*, they were those
;*l who. seemingly unruffled, watt
buying books from the stationer- "."j;
11- ,ti'!i-iT'iiiiod, it appeared, to
relax and if nothing alM read
their heart's content. These ltOTs
A TEMPORARY BRIDGK ,s were-bo v.sded bv Ui;.y.,Un^ers < \*Ra '/ J*^
X\. iH>lnC buill .n the I-ake area for kites. Iwine and kite-paper in
of St Andrew to uid pedants to preparation for the fciMei -i>mt |UII,nirlll snow ,hil, the line of
Ret oul their canes. A bulldoicr of kite-lying, demarcation runs along Cuiloden
. lfk recently clearing the The drug store- t.-. appeared to Ro.|(i ()Ul lnat ,, |eavc- the ruatl-
People were getting
of soaps. perfumes.
The. < reated a ll\*|y discuss
and many inquiries and useful
uggestmns were made. After thu
the ComniiHioner Inspected th
Den and expressed his joy and
satisfaction of its 'Scouty' oppettr-
ince and ihe aixinm- of the ka-
is lie then t
the Hovers wended their_ way
the James Street Church where
published in this 'h*> attended service, after whi. 1
cm Friday, R.ev. Mr. ,nrv heard a stirring address t>>
imments that a point ,ne Rpv. L Lawrence On the 1
.ised in the Editorial of Friday return to the Den they broke
I nth with regard to the keeping rumP' ai* left for their homes
of pigs on the lity side of Cul- The next camp will be held
incorrert Kendal. Si. John, on Sure
Enquiry trom the Sanitary De- rooming 22nd April, 1931
fly TCA direct to
I (r and on to
IMIIKIM I HIHia
vlt"ii nk) rha dun 1 >-t Hajnl..... M "t'" l " roronto
aboard a giani 40,,.,,.,-., N'orih Mat Skvlinei ind fc'i
onl) mi ovrrnJRhi BW ' ' ' ''^i" ,|"!1
nveis cnrouic .11 n
New roi: y TCA tonvjnieal ievice to Bermuda and
nward by connecting terrier,
see yom "i.e.iM-1 Aeeai 11 wtfl i"'!1 iwi |>l-m- K'v<1 >""
lull inioii 1 LiM.n on fares, M.ut*'. hotels, tours, <>i visit
it \- v 1 nal agent*
OARDINIR AUSTIN t CO LTD
McGregor Si Bridgetown
Something to dream about
way for the structure. 11 is the be full.
properly "f the Department of supplies
Highway and Transport
WHIN* m ST LOCI VES-
TRY meet they will consider
the question of erecting an office
for the Assessor. This item was
placed on the agenda of two pre-
viouf meetings, but one was abor-
tive and tne other postponed.
ngrcitiilations to Scouter Dmil
way at some point near D.lkeitb (imnniiiii S.M. of Ulll'a Mem-
It is within the discretion of oriol Group, who has been W
1 iry Department to issue cessful in passing Pail II of tin
licenses for pig keeping Such Scout Wood Badge.
licenses mighl be withheld even This part was taken at "P.ix-
111 thtf extended area if it is con- vale" Training Centre, Ti nl
sidered that the place where such from 3rd to 11th of February
, pig sty is to be erected is regarded last.
culty in getting an ample supply Unsu*t*bl-
at these pit-----
ream and other necessities.
The soda fount, ins and res-
taurants also did a brisk trade
for more often than not ^ weary
purchaser would feel the need
for refreshment He had no difli-
Milk Market ;,nd Busbey's Alley
ere also extremely busy. Bus-
1 it's Alley. pecJaHy, arai ovei
dad and It was impossible for
nd dant lni>
little lo >i.iv
and get read)
A 1 1 ihrtiori 1. 11 ni:
live ii.-'.y to give Colo- anyone to take
11i.il -indents the maximum through ban,
1 [aeUMlai at Center- Kveryone was thinking of 111
eoca and educational course is hu< ,1IH clipboard, for the Easier ih"c nignH u;il.k homp
1. '..tied this week. The oc- |[,tJV JVople were buying Several had a good time .'.
.Mil be UM .innualI meet- ).t,w,. quantitkN of ".ncicase" ,ho AqUBtk Club last night nt a
log 01 Ihe FMerauon oc univei- peas, dry and green peus. Bon- btg Baiter Kiesta und dance.
Ity i ,:. iv.tive and t nloniat Bra^ green und ripe, were also There were sketches and Wngl
ttons. Mi. II M. E. Choi- bought up while others purchased |iy local artistes, pme winning
moiideley. AjgnUnt St < retary M cabbages, cucumber*, and oth-r Spo, dances and a ian! I:.. :.
the West Indian Stu.lents- Union garden vegetables. >;gg won hv the holder of the
will be one ol llx ( olonial dele- i'rom Buabry's Alley and Milk Uicky ticket There weie two
gates attending the conference Harket the ahopnara could utuai onbeetrea on stage, one p
wl.Mh will take place at High lv |H, .,.n goillg ln tho diroctlon t|. latest North American hits,
of the Public Maiket to make and the other socialising in
their purchases of meat. Thv! Ijitin American lloleros and
butchers had a very busy day. Guaruchas.
Some were telling the buyers There was also 0 fc m i
that they could not get beef at Club Morgan which has been
Wilfred Wright, a M-year-old unles* they bought a certain advertising In Spanish for the
Stevedore of Rank Hall, St
Michael was detained at the B-v ,nc looks of the stalls there at the Murine Hotel with musi.-
Hospital yesterday after was however a good supply of by the Police Band Enlertam-
he was carried Ihere suffering mput Afu'r P"rchasing meat a ment was also held at C
LADY RODNEY EXPECTED
The R.M S Lady Rodney is due
lo arrive In Barbados at daybreak
00 Tuaoday, March 2'
" om Hrlti
rennda and SI. Vincent. The ship
THE 3011 Venezuelan tOUHati is expected to leave ut 9 p.m. the
here began to climax tnatr same day for Canada via the
week's holiday last night, d Ding British Norlhcrn Islands. Bermuda
n. rn. on Tuesday, March 27 on its way
r,IIM>\ I ilflllSI'lYCS 'roni llritlsn C.uian... Trinidad,
* Crennda and St. Vincent. The shin
and B ston. taking with it about
ftOO puncheons of molasses and
;.bmit 200 cartons of run. lot Can-
f|;, |u,;||| few shoppers could still be seen Beach lintel.
I Hrarh Hill,
harbour, when oil
trays and vendors selling spices
Apart from this type of shop-
ping, there were also those who
local folk were many Venezue-
lans and other visitors tn the
Al one period during the
morning when the rain wn
falling, a Venezuelan couple, who
were sheltering under one of the
stores in Broad Street, became
very lrr.table. They expected it
to remain dry and sunny all Ihe
Up to late last night shoppers
from the country districts couH
be seen lighting to get on 'buses
James Street was also a con
gested area in the City House
wives on tin- last lap of their
Easter shopping moved to nnd !m
adding lo Ihe congestion
Bo not turn or rOTOfaC
your vrhirle BBvMI > >u
have made sure that
it k safe to do *o
Space made available by
for Safer Coloring.
Ml liM sl.AV. M^RI'll m
T tttx v.. K'nMlh llutdtr
*. Baa ... D* (hihf Or.
JA.XKTT.l #-. SIIOI'
Upstairs over NKHSAH'S. Lower Broad Street
REAl'TIFUI. AFTERNOON. COCKTAIL
and EVENING GOWNS
Open SATI'RDAY mhimm until 11.30. Tel 2684
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But When Nobody Knows !
Sun Rises : tiOl a m
Sun Sets : 6.10 p m
Moon (Lasl uu.ui.t March
I.lchtins : 6.30 p m
llllh Water : 5 47 am. 6.34
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Total for monlh lo yester-
day .31 Ina.
Temperature (Min.l 71.5 F.
Wind 1.....i,..._ (9 t.m.i
K E (11 a m ) N.
Wind Velocity 7 allies per
Barometer |9 *.m.) '.'' 9 1
ill a m > M.B.
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