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The Barbados advocate

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Title:
The Barbados advocate
Uniform Title:
Barbados advocate (Bridgetown, Barbados : 1983)
Portion of title:
Sunday advocate
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Bridgetown Barbados
Bridgetown, Barbados
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Advocate Co.
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regular
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English

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Barbados -- Bridgetown

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Dates or Sequential Designation:
Apr. 22, 1983-
Numbering Peculiarities:
No issue published for May 3, 1983.
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On Sunday published as: Sunday advocate.
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Latest issue consulted: Feb. 28, 2005.

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ESTABLISHED 1895

New Egyptian Cabinet



Meets To Form Policy

Premier Aly Maher
Cabme: meeis turmall

ably to pi

tions to setile the Anglo-kgyptian dispute.
numy,

Mohviie El Din Ff
Pasha’s Cabinei

Pasha’s

CAIRO, Feb. 2.
veek-old indeperdent

y .o-day ior tne ‘irst time, presum-
t an Egypt.ca policy in the expected negotia-

Secretary General in Maher

said thet the Premier was “prepared to

negotiate and accept any proposals which would satisfy

Egyptian national aspirations.”

Jeep of Egyptian
police
the already
circulating

which

patrols
cruised Cairo,
heavy police patrols}
in trucks around the
a week ago was the!



H.M.S. Devonshire
Expected Friday

The 10,000 ton cruiser H.MS.
Devonshire. now a familiar ship
to Barbados. and thé H.M.S
Enard Bay, a Bay Class Frigate,
are expected to pay a 7-day visit
here from next Friday

It will be the first visit to Bar-
bados for the Enard Bay while the



Devonshire will be making her
usual yearly spring cruise to
Barbades

The cadets under training on the
two ships are English, Australian,
Canadian, Chinese and Indian.
During their stay here, they will
be given plenty of time ashore for
games, dancing and parties.





THIS K.L.M. AIRCRAFT was delayed in Barbados

engine, nevessitating a complete

The new engine suspénded from a trestle is seen here being pushed into position

Communist

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ANTHONY EDEN

Schuman, ended two days of talks
on world problems with a 50-
minute meeting this morning

A communique issued at the
end of the session said the two
Ministers devoted particular at-
tention to means of allying Brit-
ain with a project for establish-
ing a European defense commu-
nity—a unified European army
‘composed of units from Germany,
France, Italy and Benelux.—vU.P.

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on Wednesday di
engine change.

Wage Scale |
Fixed By B.G.

Leg. Councii

Our Own Correspondent
tGETOWN, B.G.,, Feb. 2
Legislative Council ap

Bill making provisior
a fixed wage scale f

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Can Remain Open |
TEHERAN, Feb, 2. |

Premier Mohammed Mossadegh
denied that any instructions had
close down the
United States In-
formation Service in the Pro-
vinces, He said that the centres
could continue functioning with-
cut Government hindrance,

The mis-understanding which
led to the belief that some action
against the offices was underway
arose when copies of the Cabinet
decree of 1949 were distributed
to certain Consulates,

The U.S. Embassy also con-
firmed that no action eee
—UP.

béen given to
offices of the

US. was involved.

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level”
each
the rank of its own members on

controversial

disagreed o
armistice

Truce Talks
Deadlocked

MUNSAN, Feb. 2

nm

Supervising a

Allied and Communist Colonels

progress on non-
matters connected
truce, but

how to police

troop rotation and who

the

over

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four
teams
side

should control the five islands off
Korea’s west coast, They did not
touch

blocking item of

first!

hours

|the three talks— the Allied pro-
|posed restriction on building and
reconstructing airfields
ceasefire

in Korea

period,

“work-
y agreed

could determine

the military armistice commission.
Secondly they picked Panmunjom
headquarters after
truce signing, but gave the arm-

as

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armistice

commission

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where they

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negotia-

said the Reds again refused

to inter-
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—U.P.

The Barbados Knitting and
Spinning Company have ust
eqguired the business pwerise:
formerly occupied by the Bis
uit Factory in Spr treet to
hoes their entire =!

f compan forrr erly occu-
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n Coleridge Street for the

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majority were in

Christ Chur
and St. George.

poke of his sterling qualities







: ind outstanding work as a Ves-
in Be Meet fore gecurred tryman. Two of his colleagues,
. . » five in Chri ce iree ,
Church, four in St, Philip, 1 ' +3 Re ee who Galt Vere a of
a —s = oe George, onc [many years’ standing spoke of his
. andrew, two in St. Lu vise counsel which was always
and three in St. Peter. Accordin: \ivailable throughout the half of
to Police records there wer: ois life he had served the parish
cane fires in St. Thoma ; Mr. Chandler's appointment to
Jomes or St. Joseph. e Executive Council as one of
In all, 693/8 acres and 5o4c}three unofficial members, _ the
holes of canes wert rpt. | other two being Sir Dudley Lea-
Twenty five acres and 144 ole ock and Sir John Saint, remover
were burnt in Ct Pb ass vhat has been a ground for criti-
768 holes in St. Mich against the composition of
acres and 471 holes in St. Philip the Executive. For some time
1674 holes in St. John, 5! “ there hea 8 no ac.ive planter
and 1724 holes in St. Geo he Commuttee
7% acres in St, Andrew | |
acres and 70 holes in St.+ Lu C e
and 24% acres and 200 hol 3 0
god 5A sommunist
“Many of these fires wer} Jets Damaged
caused by careless people ¢
threw lighted cigarette: from EIGPTH ARMY HEAD-
cars and other vehicles.” A police- (QUARTERS, Korea, Feb. 2
mon told the Advocate yesterday The Fifth Air Force, out

venge the loss of fourteen plane
in the second most disastrou
week of the war damaged
Communist . MIG jet




Raincoat And

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~‘ . in a running forty-mile air battl
Canvas Bag Sttolen Eighteen United States Sabre-
jets fought 55 MIG 15’s all th
A plastic = raincoat i} we to the Yalu River—Man
$8, and one canvas ba valu j churian border at altitudes of
$12, containing articles to the} 30,000 to 40,000 feet
value of $4.44 and $8 | Three Red jets damagec]}
were stolen from a wrought the Fifth Airforce
owned by William Nighter \claims to 183° MTG's destroy 3
of Water Hall Land, St, Michzel! probab! troyed and 354 dam.- |}
while the cycle was park: j aged
side the shop of R. M {| Fifth Air Force said
Eagle Hall, St. Michael at planes ‘during the pas
mid-day on Friday. rys.—U.P.



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“drew

ittention of the French Resi -
it General te the serious repe: -
such Imeidents could liave
Franco-Tunisian relations.”

city, for ” work- j We L 1 N ount of what al-
scene of bloody riots and arson. | Pro y anda ers in restaurants, hotels, cook =. 2" | e comec ni ypened in the village
The Interior Ministry told a shops and parlours. The Bill also OFFICEES «”~ the Barbados Regi & shot for thé derd Basi) Blackwood Challenge Cup yesterday after e e 5 le. Police and Army
press conference yesterday that makes provision for a 20 per cent, noon. Major A. DV. Chass (insews was the winner. t Page In Nairobi officis ealed off the entire
police had seized large amounts HONG KONG, Feb. 2. [increase for cost of living since yi . . peninsula at the start of mopping
of hidden explosives in Alexan-| Communist loudspeakers and|the Committee appointed to in- » operations early this week.
dria. It said that the police also! Hang. Kong editorial writers un-| quire into the conditions turned in ’ NAIROBI, Kenya, Feb, 2. Meanwhile, in Tunis, Arab shops
seized eight truck-loads of| limbered in the newest series offa report, a maximum 56 hours ‘ lahn¢ er ame Princess Elizabeth and Prince] losed yesterday in a nationwide
materials looted during:the Jan-| propaganda moves and counter-| Working week, free uniforms oO Ge e~ e Philip were greeted by 12,000)strike to mark “Tunisian Day of
uary 26 riots in Cairo, moves, touched off by the colony’s| Where required and weekly half- chileren sereaming weleome in ndependence” and opened brietly
The newspaper Alahram re-} deportation of Communist leaders} holidays. The Bill applies to e e babel of languages and’ dialects|early this morning, but then pat
ported the Cairo-Suez road was | here, three weeks ago. Georgetown, New Amsterdam and + ® » »ye yn Soturday the couple toured}up shutters again as a_ protest
expected to be opened on Satur- The Communists set up loud- Bartica The Legislative Coun- xecu lV e ounci em er the cits against the report of the Cape
day or Syndey. for a eee speakers across the border from] il also auproved a Bill granting The Princess visibly moved by|Bon incident
without examination by British) owu in Hong Kong’s new ter-| two weeks’ holiday with pay for i ata SDATATMUTE NIT 4 iil ° Swreeis. | the e‘ing. drove in a ceremo A Police Headquarters com-
troops. Alahram said the police are | vitories and began playing pro-|4ll workers in the colony. In the THE APPOTT [MENT oO me mber hip of the Execu ite ‘cession as thousands of|munique said that 85 Army rifles,
holding 88 suspects for last} ;aganda records attacking the] case of restaurants, cook shops anc ‘ P tive Council of Hon. J. D. Chandler is not only a tribute} ven jammed the streets 23 sporting guns, 13 carbines, two
Saturday’s riots as they continue’ fiong Kong Government for| hotels, workers must be provided OW rogress to the public service he has rendered but carries to the] Elisabeth also visited the Prin-}machine guns, 81 millimetre
to sparen houses for looted | illeg~lly” deporting more than 15 a8 solid —e tg oe — - onsidevsticn t | y making body the wide experi- s E beth Hospital for wo-]Montre 20 Anti-tank mines, sev~-
material. | eskers, union leaders. an dpoours treak for mat mea) anc , nce 1 balanced nent of one who has been in public} en while the Duke of Edinburgh jeral pistols, and a large amount
Listed among the 3 seized | ; effects were pistols, rifles. =e At the same time Nouble-bar- other meal. a I . He Mr. Chandler who is! “' Hospital for Asian men the Cape Bon round-up. Two
gers and large quantities Of} led ex itorials in the South China ° ~_ ! 1 it of the Lexislatiea C The Streets wus decorated ,}hundred known agitators were
cloth, ar ete and peel e Merning Post and the evening T re ISTUPDS.LU.S. | be si « ; aes with “haa oun 1:wers for the counle’s drive t [arrested,
was sac nat some —susvec!sS China Mail (both papers have the U Cc W I W ll - CC 1 — oe os = S : Cathedral of 1 Shops S Stetina F * iin ti
dais ale : aces : apers hi Ikins 9 e distinctio av- athedral of Highlands § Strike In Capital
gees a names of places same publicher) commended u e e eRe i PARIS, Feb. 2. } anda ian \ n istinetion of hav Andrews. Church of Scotland and Pais morning, “ny cea ie
> : | Hong Kong’ Government for its Ti The United States ioid ine to the new Stanley Hot» here|strike in the capital also as a
Bridge Guarded - ine a SCOR: 7 Get Full ime United Nations it is “disturbe Banker hey were the guests of the Mayor|mark of protest against the trial
Official id ral eee ! or. ne ae is by the slow @ourse” of the Kaigign | it sore : f Sx women agitators arrested
cial, sources said: “sever over v é pver > | armistice negOltiations. They kc Fi d De enya is the fist stop on the,:or throwing stones through a
more” people were rounded up) ;aitisan and pre-Kuemintang Chap ain states delegate Ernest A 08 oun 2QLC toyal Couple’s five month tour of {shop window during last week’s
during the last 24 ihours, sus-) egitaters would be dealt with as aid that it was precisely ba ; the British Commonwealth of Na- [riots
ona ae I ae gy np opr, opener GEORGETOWN, B.G., Feb. 2 he West is most anxious to ayola Herbert H. Davis, a Cynadia | ae i phan a anna â„¢, s Five of the women were sen-
4 Soldiers stmee with rifles! “Hong Kong is acutely sconscious Back from Nassau, the/further snarling” of the already|WhO was holidaying in tin | fay to apariA . few days in Nye! ee eae vgs = igi and
d machine guns guarded! cf dangers of a ready made situa- Bahamas, where he presided over|complicated problem” facing Pan-|éSiand, was found dead in his| Royal Lodge in the Sgana Valley ned 6,000 francs by the Correc-
= roaches to the Kasr Bl Nilj tion” “which affords. intergal\a meeting of a synod of bishops}munjom negotiators that. it has}Foom at the Marine Hotel at near. the snow capped mountains oa es Beetasshe. Sap
Brid e and nearby sentries at| troublemakers an opportunity "to! of the Anglican Province of the] proposed barring any politiew! de- about 6.30 p.m. on Friday I The Lodge was ive the solhoan acquitted, The French Resi-
eee. lat onder 7 a 1 West Indies His Grace the Arch-] pate on Korea for now body was removed to e Lodge was given them «asident General, Comte Fean De
a hotel were under orders to intervene bish ‘net inet they ‘Alan . onbeat Tt 4 . wedding gift by the Colony but] Hauteclocque ’ still had received
shoot to kill if there were any It said the agitators who were] ¥ISROP, © : ek hat ; : ee UDO ariour post they never have se@n it © reply to the French note that
outbreaks deported were deported not “as | John Knight, D.D., stated that} Gross made known the inereas-}mortem = examinatio was pt uP reply ‘Oo ihe srench note we
Dr. Abdel Wahab Azzam Bey.! simple propagandists, but because |tWo | decisions — of particular ing anxiety of the West over mua-|ormed yesterday by Ur. A. 5 ruts. Weanad handed to the- Bay “waree
Egypt’s envoy to Saudi Arabia,{ of dangerous activities’. The|™portance were reached during! dung progress at Panmunjom{Cato. Death was atiributec de days ago, Tunisian leaders are
neyp* sient ont the knlak oto an wn kealeer rin dla plitvan] me deliberations, _ aiter the Political Committee nau patural causes. reportedly disappointed with the
the ‘Royal Cabinet Hafez Afiti, tion shall be-created here.” Both| First it was decided to aries beat down the Soviet motion de~f Mr, Davis a retired Lanker, | SWANS FOR A PRINCESS ned ,which they said offered
Pasha on Saturday to submit his papers’ editorials said that ment pa ee veres 1 aS ee claring the debate illegal, Sovie,§w4s approximately six feet three | P : ‘i nothing new”. —U!?
report on King Ibn Saudi’s “security” is the main object of eee aren’ sus Reiss ae ere delegate Jacob. A. Malik hagfiiches and weighing about 200 | bis peewee Feb, 2
yptle s . sa = ina ommunists viet one is ar | ticipate a ne “illegal” debate [e se V' 8. | eo ot ge , 7 - 7 a
” rovisions this year for | » ree! , . R W t
Abdel Wahab seegene, here ae “ ae railog form to the laws of the colony if] Angican Chaplain to the Uni-ywhen his motion was defeateajanother Canadian, who is also} eeth-.xiieheais tbeth and th Duke of Edinburgh T nN
he spent 12 days co-ope’ they wish to remain here. versity College of the West]forty to five (the Soviet bloc) [ites iding at the Marine Hotel,/ims served in both branches of With the s e Nout W. r k d
with the Arabian monarch in an | —U.P. with 12 abstentions told the Advocate that he had ‘He Legislature.and on the Exe-| With the swans @ native to North a 0 En
effort to hammer out a formula Te Seaeding the former, His Bey H ktiown Mr. Davis for Hout M30 cutive Couneil while holding| America will be sent to the royal
; : s wi ‘ ¥ . a é to : Ya : : é i » ; .
* we the Cairo-London Ss : Grape explained that the present] The West's proposal to the com=}to 40. years. r ra one Chamber, me oo Se % eet PARIS, Feb. 2.
7 08 ‘Minister Naguib Elrawi U.K. Will Join In regulations which were framed]bined Political, Economic He ‘said that Mr. Davis had ,. “hen Mr. Chandler returned mi OB, os Russia, demanding immeriiate
is re Continuinw - his cts | many years ago, were considered |Social Committee would ban ‘\igworked in Montreal and ‘hen 42m) Rolening ue pavcstign ze Sen United Nations intervention to
ye ais » \to be..unworkable and an amend-|scale Korean debate at. ithe eh. 2 Ottawh for’a number of vears. Cee oe found his father, the end the Korean war) charged on
BY Agen Calzo, and. in Eur ‘opean Ar FRY |ent was therefore. put forward)eant assembly Waplyscan’ t6y "gMe Jos, track. of Mr. Davin uu lies Sit William Chandlery occu. . Suturday that Amoefican. airmen
Nuri El Said to mediate . the PARIS, Feb. 2. | Which in cv vane oe sub-/special session “as soon as gh}met bim again when they Were Precclent of ‘he’ Absintant Court On Other Pages yy rig coe ae he, Ewe
; - 4° Imitted to the various Diocesan}armistice is reached or if the 3 Pa ae " ’ , delegate Jackob tk” made the
same problem. B P< Foreign Secretary Anthony Synods for approval, 1 this Coed orien’ Poke Viaiien on the C.N.S, Lady Rodney,'of Appeal and President of the/} p 2. Carib Calli T charge after the United States
ae | eomea praeioed Meat niet that | os mendment finds favour, two] nati ‘ a wt bound ‘for Barbados on holiday.| Legislative Council, a position he an me mee ee eee id it was disturbed by the slow
| hoe — link — to oe soa representatives of the clergy and Sea etatoeateat measures agiins! baer Mewes their friendship!now fills, It was inevitable that | 3 Bian course of the Korean artistic
eens . ropean rmy. en and the two ‘of the laity from each Seen a and decided to stay at the same|he should take’to public life and wom a negotiations,’
A : t | French Foreign Minister, Robert} i, .ecse will be summoned to a ores expreasion Of _concei hotel. “We were close friend in 1917 he.was elected to the Housel » 4 Sport Features; While this exchange was heing
Protest gains | provincial synod to form a Reh ae progress of the armistice he said, of Assembly as Member for St. ‘s Bookie, 0.8.C, made in the United Nations' Com
9 Vhouse of deputies. \ 1 5 i ere, with the news Dr. Jack said; “We were Peter. His colleague was the then! 7 Sport Reports, 4 | tee the United Nations Gen-
Newsman Ss Arrest | The House of Bishops will % official speculation in Washing | arbados eseaping fr m «| Attorney General; Mr. (after Sir) | _ Yachting, Swimming [Jorn Assembly adjourned in con-
' jeontinue to meet as before and ; ‘0? thas. Russia’s interest a ;Canadian winter.” The bo« C. P. Clarke. | » @ Women jfusion when \rchists" shower
PARIS, Feb. 2, | the House of Deputies will meet [armistice may have goled ‘of. be embalmed and sent to Can A Vestryman * an ae jed delegates with raw eggs toma
Russia assailed the United States | either separately OF with 7 Gross told the Committee that] @d@a. Beside membership in the » Lea a OrED- toes and orn ae ye
mnt ax otesting the! bishops, as the President ef the he “Unite . . staked House Mr, Chandler served on spondenc {do not want to die either fo
on Saturday for pr t the United States is disturbec - 9. Street Entertaine @ 4 :
a 7 e 3 s > ine ne sin he estry’ of § John and re-| % . vat *
irrest by Czechoslovakia of th Synod shall from time to time De thetklow ¢chisee Jot. eraiadice the Vest f St. John and wee = RNeereReors Malin or for fruman, bs ha
; aati 7 Willi Oatis | decide. ‘py : ; ae iened at the end of 1951 because! in London | Malik demanded that the Uni
American newsman lam joe ide ave negotiations at Panmunjom. Wé« } 4 inns arvene to € the
“many” in the United States | | It was decided to have a ; “e of his additional ‘duties as a » 10. Scout Broadcast ec Nations intervene to end
when. “many” in the United » . further meeting of the House of|Share with all other peace lov 25 Cane Ik wes Member of the Executive Coun-| » Ik Art and Artists Korean war quickly. Malik said
are being tried for their Nacsa 1 |Bishops in 1955 in Barbados,|ing nations a profound sense o 4 DS fait "12. Children five people were seriously wound
Soviet delegate W. P. Pavlov Then if new provision is made,|dis-appointment that a satisfac-| e At the 1952 Vestry hustings las » 13. Comic Strips i in the alleged attack on
tid the aN, Sadish Sowa there will be a full meeting of|tory end to hostilities has not yet) his Year month tribute was paid to his 3 » 16. Local News Olmin when American planes
the anti-Red campaign in the Provincial Synod with bishops,|been reached despite the sincere | - vets’ “unbroken service in the |bembed this peaceful town with
United States “frightened - eet clerical and lay representatives|and patient efforts of the United] Teletiiaied . ; Vestry during which time he toxic bullets,--U.P.
ea oS ante ae held in Trinidad in 1956.—(CP) Nations side.”—U.P, already ye Al ures Fan sved.on the subsidiary Boards
that the Americans : Ss your. ihe well, Vestrymen and ratépa
of their own constitution —U.P. | ; :

SOTTINGRAM, ENGLAND.

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M* PETER POTTER whe i
on the Barbados staff of
Barclays Bank is due to leave
for St. Lucia today by B.W.LA
to spend about ten days with
his parents. Mr. amd Mys, Fred-

die Potter who live om the Morne
overlooking Castries.

Peter’s
Cable and
St. Lucia.

father is Manager of
Wireless’ Branch ‘in

First Leg

Me AND MRS. GEORGE
ASHWORTH accompanied
by their daughter Martha are
due to leave Seawell this morn-
ing for Puerto Rico by B.W.LA.
won the first leg of their journey
to Canada en route to their home
in British Columbia. They
rived here in late November and

during their holiday they were
staying at “Strathallan,” Rock-
ley.

From The U.S.A.
Mrs, Bruce Alleyne

DD and

of Baltimore are spending
three weeks in Barbados. They
are guests of Mr. and Mrs. P. A,
Clarke at Worthing, Christ Church,

Dr. Alleyne is a Barbadian, This
is his first visit to the island in
many years,

Mrs, Alleyne is a social worker
n Baltimore. A great honour was
conferred on her when she was
lected the first lady to sit on a
ury in the State of Maryland.

Short Visit

R. DICK LEACOCK, one of

s the Directors of Messrs. S. P.
Musson, Son and Co., Ltd,, was
among the passengers on B.W.LA.'s
light from British Guiana on
Chursday evening. He had been
there on a short visit. Mr. Lea-
xk is also President of the

3arbados Chamber of Commerce.

Arriving by the same plane
vere Maj. Mervyn Grell and Mr.
lose de Montbrun, Directors of
irell' and Co., Trinidad who lett
or Trinidad the following day
yy B.W.LA.

Show Of The Year

es dropped in at the Girls’

Industrial Union last week
and found members of the No.
Six Club busily getting ready for
their Show of the Year which wiil
be staged at their club room on
February 23.

The show which promises to
be something sensational will be
graced by well known artistes
while the mannequin show will
perhaps be the main feature of
the evening

Keith Campbell and his Society
Five will also be there

In keeping with its announced
policy of providing appropriate
comfort for passengers when tour-
ist class travel comes into effect,
BOAC has released details of the
modifications to the aifé¢raft in
which passengers from New York
to London will be accommodated
at the reduced single fare of U.S.
$270 agreed at the LA.T.A, Con-
ference at Nice, December 4th.








Negotiations have been com-
pleted with the Lockheed Air-
craft Service Corp. in Bur-










bank to modify and completely

modernize five Constelation air-
craft for this purpose, Not
only will the interior be com-
pletely renumbered and re-
decorated, but a number of
modifications to improve the
comfort of the aircraft for
passengers will also be incor-
porated resulting in a virtual
ly new airplane.

The B.O.A.C. Constellation will
have flexible density seating so
that they will be adaptable for
first-class services and special
charters in addition to tourist
travel. All passengers up to a
maximum of 68 without regard
to the type of service on which
they are travelling, will be accom-
modated in fully reclining seats
without any reduction in leg room.
When used on services other than
tourist, the fourteen aisle seats can
be removed in a matter of min-






















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PLAZA STN

“KEY WITNESS”
Tom NEAL &

“LADY FROM SHANGHAI’
Rita Hayworth — Orson Wells”

—_—
Tues. & Wed. 445 & 830 p.m.

“KILL THE UMPIRE”
William BENDIX &

“BETWEEN MIDNITE *. ’
Mark Stevens — Edmund

THURSDAY Special — 1.30 p.m,
“SWING The WESTERN WAY”
Hoosier Hot Shots &

“PRAIRIE ROUND UP”
Charles Starrett — Smiley Burnet;

ar-,

||F@DAY To TUESDAY 4.45 & 8.30 P.M.

K.K.O. Radio Action Packed Thrilicr:

mitcHUM ~ scott - ryan in “The RACKET”

Also the Local Educational Short, ‘GIVE YOUR CHILD A CHANCE’



OPENING FRIDAY 8TH



SUNDAY, FEBRUARY 3,

Sc the ssn ahemmnmraetian ase natmeei tno Rant MERRIE



THE EMBLEM of the Bar-
bados Automobile Association.
These ‘emblems, now being
issued to members at a fee of
$2.40, are of two types—for
bumpers and radiators.



Leaving Today

TYvE to return to Antigua this

morning by B.W.I.A. is Mr.
Charlie Warren, son of Mr. and
and Mrs. C. S. Warren of “Wyn-
dal,” Hastings. Mr. Warren who
has been on annual leave is
Manager of Messrs. Bennett
Bryson’s Bottling Works in St.
John’s. He has been holidaying
here since January 12.

Three Weeks

ISS VERDUN SENHOUSE

of Dominica returned home
yesterday afternoon by the M.V.
Moneka after three weeks’ holi-
day. She was the guest of Mrs.
Robert Yearwood of My Lord’s
Hill during her holiday in Bar-
bados.

From Oftawa

ISS NORMA WOOD and her
friend, Miss Sandy Fraser,
arrived on Friagay morning by
T.C.A. on a holiday visit to her
father, Mr. Percy Wood, who is
staying with his brother and sis-
ter-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Frank
Wood of Culloden House, Cullo~
den Road.

Mr. Percy Wood, who is a re-
tired executive of the Canadian
Bay Note Co., Ottawa, arrived
here early in January. He was in
Barbados last year around this
time on a similar visit.

Back To Trinidad
R,. CUTHBERT MARSHALL,
Max Factor’s representative
in this area who was in Barbados
on a short visit returned to Trini-
dad on Thursday by B.W.IA.



‘B.O.AC. Supplies Tourist Planes

utes. Equally the first six rows
of seats can be folded against the
sides of the fuselage to permit the
carriage of cargo.

A full and complete galley has
been provided for use when the
aireraft are not employed in carry-
ing tourist traffic and, with the re-
moval of the two rear seats, a bar
can be installed. On tourist ser-
vices, most of the catering will be
done at ground stops. One of the
most important features incorpor-

ated in the modification of the air-
craft is the installation of a com-
pletely new air conditioning and



pressurization system, an import-
ant feature of high regularity of
operation ut any altitude with
maximum passenger comfort.

Although the number of passen-
gers that it will be ible to
c in the B.O.A.C. Constellation
has Sargoeen, by nearly fifty
per cent., while r full leg
room for passenger ‘ort, there
will be no reduction in crew quar-
ters.

The complete rejuvenation of
the aircraft will be done on a pro-.





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Today & Tomorrow — 4.40 Pm.

ST. JAMES

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1952

25,000-Mile W.I. Tour

R. ELLIS A. WILLIAMS,
Caribbean Representative of
the A. J. Farrell Bureau of Brook-
lyn New York and Director of the
Caribbean News Agency which
supplies the American Press with
W. I. mews arrived at Seawell
yesterday evening by B.W.I1.A.
from Grenada. He is on a W.I.
tour collecting factual informa-
tion for American periodicals.

Mr. Williams is known in the
West Indies for his work with
the U.S. Office of War Informa-
tion as head of the Caribbean
Division who directed a radio
programme to the W.I, during the
last war, over Stations WRUL
and WRUW—known as the West
Indian Radio Newspaper.

He is on a 25,000 mile tour of
the British, French and Dutch
West Indies,

Mr. Williams will leave here on
Tuesday for the Northern Islands.
He is a cousin of Mr. W. W.
Merritt, Chief Sanitary Inspector,
Bridgetown. He is staying with
the Talmas at “Viamede”, Rock-
ley.

After 27 Years

FTER three months’
in Barbados, Mrs, Ethel
Mullin; a Barbadian who has
been living in the U.S. for the
past 27 years is due to return to
New York City this morning via
Puerto Rico by B.W.1A.
During her holiday she was
staying at one of the beach houses
at Silver Sands, A farewell party
in her honour was given there
last night by Mr. and Mrs
George Rogers. This has been her
first visit home since she left 27
years ago for the U.S.

holiday

Acting
R. FRANKIE MANNING,
Barbados Seholar for 1951 in
Science, is at present acting on
the staff of the School. He
has taken the place of Mr, John
Humfrey, who has since been
appointed to act as A.D.C, to the

Governor of the Windward
Islands, John hopes to enter
Cambridge later this year to

read for a degree in Science,
Frankie's twin brother Billy
is acting as an assistant science
master at Harrisem College.
Liaison Commissioner
QUADRON Leader “Bill” Ram-
say of T.C.A. who has
recently beén appointed Liaison
Commissioner for Scouting in the
W.I, is at present in Barbados
and is a guest at the Hastings
Hotel. He leaves here by T.C.A.

on Wednesday for England via
Canada.

Talking Point

Diogenes struck the
when the son swore.

father
Burton.

gressive basis, with the work

starting on the first plane already

in progress.
As a result of the reduced fare,

a substantial increase of tourist
traffic is expected, thus increasing
B.O.A.C’s dollar earning capacity.
The airline has shown a gross pro-
fit of nearly U.S. $3,000,000 so far
this year. The fication of
these aircraft will permit B.O.A.C.
to offer some four hundred tour-
ist seats across the Atlantic week-
ly, in addition to its regular first-
class services,

Commenting on the tourist fares
agreement at Nice, Sir Miles
Thomas, Chairman of B.O.A.C.
in his capacity as presi-
dent of the International Air
Transport Association said,
“The One Way Tourist Fare
is U.S. $270 which as fore-
cast some weeks ago, is under

the $280 mark. Eleven airlines in-

cluding the largest American com-
panies have come to unanimous
agreement on several important
points. The Conference was char-
acterised by mugh goodwill and
accommodation, starting with
widely divergent views but ultim-
ately hammering out a mutually
agreeable compromise. It was

good example of international dis-
cussion,” a |





















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SUNDAY, FEBRUARY 3.

1952

ee



At The Chasis : 6

«THE R

ACKET”

Hy G.

MELODRAMA AND COMEDY are the bill of fare
this week-end, headed by THE RACKET playing at the
Plaza. Starring Robert Mitchum, Robert Ryan and Liza-

beth Seott, it is fast-paced,

well directed and well acted

presents a picture of municipal corruption that is appall-

ingly realistic.

It is produced along the lines of the old

slogan “Crime Doésn’t Pay”, but there is a pessimistic

final note when, though most of the racketeers are brought

to book — the Big Boss is never caught.

Shady politicians, crooked in-
vestigators and rigged
are all shown up glaringly
the municipal
full credit for their efforts in
trying to rid large communities
of the evils of racketeering which
have grown up largely because
of an apathetic public, Accord-
ing to this film, the brutal meth-
ods of the old gangster killer
have gone out of fashion, and
the coldly business-like
tions of the new crime super-
syndicate are in their place. An
ominous thought, but I can't
say I noticed any change.

The story is straightforward
and coneerns a lone police cap-
tain and one of his officers who
determinéd to break up a crime

elections
and

syndicate that is operating in
their city and concentrating
particularly on their precinct,

No guarter is given and it is a
fight to the finish with losses on
both sides,

Robert Mitchum gives the best
performance I have seen him
give. AS the police Captain,
who is honest, featléss and de-
terminéd at any cost to rid the
community of organised graft
find cogruption by playing off
one faction against another, he

is forceful and convincing. Robert
Ryan is the chief racketeer and
he seemed to me so ruthless and
brutal as to border on the psy-
chopathic.

Lizabeth Scott is a



ROBERT MITCHUM

night-club singer who is mixed
up With crooks and Robert Tal-
man plays a patrolman. Both
give sound performances as do
the rest of the members of a
large cast.

The Plaza Theatre is. to. be
commended for showing a short
which should be of interest to
Barbadiatis. It is, I believe I am
right in saying, the first film
made by the Barbados Film Unit
under the aegis of the Depart-
ment of education, in collabora-
tion with the Department of
Medical Services. It is entitled
GIVE YOUR CHILD A CHANCE
and is a timely and interesting
documentary on the care of ex-
pectant mothers and the “facili-

ties and advantages offered to
them by the Barbados Maternity
Hospital. Of only twenty min-
utes duration, it covers in de-
tail important ante and post
natal Gare which is so often
overlooked by mothers, with

tragic results for the child. The
story is acted entirely by local
people, assisted by the medical
staff of the Maternity Hospital,

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with gratifying results. My con-
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which I knoW has many mote
topics of local interest to bring
before the public, and we ean
therefore Iook forWard with an-
ticipation to their future efforts.
LET’S MAKE IT LEGAL
Showing at the Globe, LET’S
MAKE IT LEGAL brings us
Claudette Colbert, MacDonald
Carey and Zachary Scott along
with Barbara Bates and Robert
Wagner in a slick domestic com-

edy that pokes fun at divorce.
However, eveg though it is
amusing in spots, with bright

and brittle dialogue and a_ good
cast, it still remains a mediocre
film. This is due te the weak-
nesses in the plot which, even
within the limitations of farce,
would tax the credibility of any-
one.

After twenty years of mar-
riage, a gay young grandmother,
played by Claudette Celbert, is
on the eve of getting a divorce
from her husband, whose only
fault seems to. have been an
ovell4weaning weakness to bet
on anything at the drop of a
hat. Not even divorce proceed-
ings can stop him from hanging

; around his home where he os-
tensibly is tending his prize
roses. Into this ridiculous situa-
tion comes an old flame of his
wife, who puts the husband in
one hel of a tizzy and the two
of them promptly start to act

like two high-school adolescents



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B.B.C. Radio
Programmes

SUNDAY, FEBRUARY 8%, 1982
11.15 a.m. The Small Geography of a
Youngish Writer, 11.30 am. Ray's a
Laugh, 12 (noon) The News.
4.0—7.15 p.m. ..-. S.S3M 34.02M

4 pm. The News, 420 p.m. Interlude,
4.15 p.th. United Nations Report, 4.30 p.m
Sunday Malf Hour, 5 p.m. Variéty Band
Box, 6 p.m. BBC Northern Orchéstra,
645 p.m, What's Cooking, 6.55 p.m. Pro-
gramme Parade and Intertide, 7 p.m.
The News, 7,10 p.m. News Analysis, 7.15
p.m. Caribbean Voices, 730 p.m. Piano
Playtime.
7.45—10.45 p.m. ..........

7.45 pan. The Cotton Band Show,
8.15 p.m. Radio lew: 1, 8.30 pan,
Religious Sérvice, 9 p.m. Symphony
Orchestra, 10 p.m. The News, 10.10 p.m
From the Bditorials, 10.15 p.m. European
or Atiantic Union, 1045 pm. Singing is
so good a Thing.

BOSTON ‘

WRUL 11.29Mc, WRUW 11.75Mc, WRUX
11.75Me.

MONDAY, FEBRUARY 4, t9s¢
11.15 a.m. Persbnal Portrait, 11.30 a.
Variety Ahoy, 12 (noon) The News, 12.10
p.m. News Analysis,
4.00—7.15 p.m.





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4 pm, The News #16 p.m. The Daily
Service, 4.15 pm. Cafe Colette, 5 p.m.
Composer of the Week, 6.15 p.m. Nights
at the Opera, 6 p.m. This Ceylon, 6.30
Pm Military Band Music, 645 p.m
Sports Round Up and Progtamime Parade,
7 pm. The News, 7.10 p.m. News
Analysis

745—-10,.90 pom .. + SL22M 48.49M

745 p.m. Mark afd bis Heir, 8 p.m
Think on these Things, 8.15 p.m, Radio
Newsreel, 8.30 p.m. African Survey, 8.45
p.m, Composer of the Week, 9 p.m. From
the Third Programme, 10 p.m. The News,
10.10 p.m. From the Editorials, 10.15 p.m.
nae Review, 1036 p.m. Tip Top

UNnes.

NEW BBC, WAVELENGTH
BBC. starts New Wavelength to-day
between the hours of 7.00 and 11.00 p.m.
Barbados time.

New BBC Beam
To This Area

In view of the prevailing poor
reception from Londen the BBC
i8 putting on a new transmission
to this area on 7.26 megacycles,
41.32 metres. This beam will come
On the air at 23.00 GMT (7.00 p.m.
local time) starting from today and
should proVide a cleat signal from
London, Reports of reception on
this new frequency which is being
tried as an exp@riment will be wel-
comed by The BBC, Box 408, King-
ston, Jamaica, B.W.1.





in their attempts to woo the lady
all over all over again, These
doings sré dided and abetted by
a yoling mafried daughter who
needs @ sound spanking most of
the time, and her husband.

It is not difficult, with things
us they aré howadays, to accept
Miss Colbert as a gay young
grandmother, and it ig her in-
imitable flaiy for comedy together
with the efforts of Mr, Carey that
save the film from bogging down
completely, Barbara Bates and
Robert Wagner are adequate and
Zachary Scott fills the bill as the
smooth, shiny boy-friend. A
laboured and unconvineing com-
edy with a cast deserving of
something better.

PEKING EXPRESS

In PEKING EXPRESS at the
Empire, Joseph Cotten is as busy
as a bird-dog as he Manages to
embroil himself with Chinése
Nationalists, Communists, gueril-
las and bandits, blackmarketeers,
a beautiful French spy and a
Catholic priest in what turns out
to be sinister intrigue, brutally
enacted.

Starting as q sli¢k train mys-
tery, it becomes so garbled in its
swift, violent pace and picks up
80 many plots with fancy ideolog-
ical trimmings that confusion
reigns and I for one, found it
almost inmfpossible to follow the
story accurately. There is a
sound ide# behind the film
namely that al] nations and peo-
ple need to work together, but it
ig presented so Obviously as to
become trite. Photography is
good, on the whole and_ the
crowded background of a Chinese
city deserves a special mention.
More I cannot say.





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SUNDAY

FARM AND. GARDEN %x |

By A

INDIA and Ceylon claim¥he @ncesirals
mango, but it has now becorte naturalized

the tropics. It is thought

in India for 4,000 years and

Hindu mythology and folk

ing to the mango family*are. the golden apple, hog-plum,
Jamaica plum, chili plum and eashew:

GARDENING HINTS
FOR AMATEURS

In laying out the new garden,
taken
of the natural lie of the land, For

full advantage should be

instance a rise in one part of the @Utority er ae mange ie te! tell us how Kraschen brought
ground could be emphasized and Mie SpRere. IW - e app ide about a “complete transforma-
made into an attractive rock gar- ‘"¢ temperate zone and considers tion” and quickiy gave him back
den, the former more valuable because the joy of livin '
Any natural hollow could be °f #8.large sugar content. The “Up to a nee
excavated more and turned into {ult has many uses, hete art mofterea.gor 4 1 kitiney
a very charming sunken garden, °° when ripe, apart from nor- ona |} om ~
The earth taken trom makilig wie mal consumption in the fresh | was red. I tried
sunken garden can be used in State, it may algo find a place in’ manyr without effect
building a rock-garden, of kept 2 Salad; turning but not ripe aan - chen Salts a
in reserve for filling pots, the main ingredient in chut has ey t
Sometimes ready grown ‘trees ney: when ,gveen, may be pul toansforma ;
are found on the land. If these into curries or made into pickle | it is a to be aliv
are to Be left, they will add ( preserves, jellies amd sauces. 1 The k
the appearance of the garden if India, the seeds are reported the hur
beds are built around them: Use metimes boiled and eaten a ping i! re
large stones as the border, afi greens, while the bark contain® |) pf a-dozen
fill in the Space between th) fh fair percentage of tannin anc gown

stones and the tree with
to a good depth. Plant such thin

as Anthuriums, Balsams, Coleous,
coarse fern, Eucharist Lilies and

Begonias, All these plants

they will get under a tree.

effett cah be made, Short fights Pamee of soils. provided there. Is

of Steps should lead from or
level to anothér, and when stot

pots of geratiums or other plants preferred,

are plated On either side of th

steps, the result is very safisfac
tory,
But when the ground is per

fectly flat

attractive.

A flat expanse however can bt at high elevations is liable to en-
broken up in a number of ways,

A Rock-garden can be
even when the ground js per
fectly flat. It only

used.

Perolas and Archeo break a flat pay, for example, seems to flour-
isurface, and when they are used

ish on the q@rier, limestone’ hitis
- — they add to the of that island, even facia any
eA path leading to a Bird-bath &xPor market in thé Whited
or a Sundial also help. A circular Kingdom; while the. Julig-so
garden bed, and some p ving well known and appreciated _in
squares arranged artund the these parts for its all round high
Bird-beth will make a pleasing quality fruit with ability to stand

oasis in an expanse of lawn.
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ingénuity of the owner can

used to raise the garden from the

ordinary.
One of the

moul@ js

will addition to its
do well in the dappled sumshine mm Oar gr

and treeléss it is more portion of set fruit to flowers ever
difficult to make the g¢ a r ad e n under norma‘ cenditiéns.“Burther,

made tive to the flowers; Leeal climatic

means that juence over a variety and choice
more and larger stones must be of a suitable one is often of some

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damp, foggy weather, especially

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used to help overcome too great tion, There is, of -course,, a uma-
a flatness is a Sun-dial. ber ,of @hbite’ * ‘varietieés—sorhe

Sundials as garden ornaments «weet, others sub-acid, but all
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To him dark days do not exi
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home made.

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SUNDAY ADVOCATE

Barbados Had Better Team

In Tests vs Jamaica

Football Season Starts Mid-February
By O. 8. COPPIN

The Barbados Jamaica tournament has been concluded and it
has resulted in a clear win by the margin of two tests
of Barbados.

One must at once give the palm to Barbados on a well deserved
win because I think that apart from the overwhelming luck in the
series that they fielded the better ali round team.

Anyone who has tried to analyse the play in the series will at
once realise that Barbados: with experienced players fn the persons
of Farmer the captain himself, Proverbs, who made his debut into
senior cricket against the M.C.C. in 1948, Norman Marshall, Charlie
Taylor, Frank King, “Boogles” Williams, other “old stagers”, Horace
King, Cammie Smith and Conrad Hunte in admittedly lesser degree

to nil in favour



have all experienced their baptism the exacting atmosphere of
Intercolonial Cricket.
ADVANTAGE

such Barbado
the

_— with the indisputable advantage of having won

toss Kensington wicket, did few
things wrong

This could not be said for people like Horace Tulloch, not yet 21,
Reg. Scarlett 18, Teddy Saunders 19 and a few others with negligible
experience in the realm of serious cricket. Comforting however is
the realisation that it did, point to the fact that Jamaica’s obvious
experiment with young players is in the nature of investment
that might well pay dividends in the future.

KING’S TOURNAMENT

However |] think that the tournament provid-
ed the scope for Frank King to establish beyond
doubt that he is the best pace bowler in the West
Indies today, for Farmer to stake a claim as being
among the first flights of local batsmen—fieldsmen,
Boogles Williams as a most promising batsman and
a resourceful bowler, Smith as a potential West
Indian opening batsman and Hunte a legitimate
candidate for such honours as well, Norman Mar-
shall as we have known him foy the past four years
as a medium paced bowler in a class by himself in
West Indian cricket circles and Barker as a pace
bowler of promise.

The left handers Horace King and Adzil
Holder were quite promising and I am sure that
on a wicket that gave them more help than the
rr Kensington’s batsman paradise,
joy a greater measure of success.

Of the Jamaicans, pace bowler
not reproduce the form which I saw him pro-
duce against B.G. in Jamaica a year ago but in
the Second Test I think mest unbiassed people will
agree with me that he has promise,

Miller’s fast medium bowling isa distinct type
and if he can improve on a very good batting and
fielding foundation he has a good future ahead of
him as a useful all rounder,

Tulloch got the most spin of all bowlers at Ken-
ngton and with his good trajectory and com-
1 of length he too should qualify for senior
West Indies honours.

George Mudie, a veteran now but a careful In-

in each Test on a perfect

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Frank King

they will en-



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Roy Miller tercolonial man has had his day and must be left
out of any future West Indies cricket planning
but his was a.satisfactory performance and cer-

tainly of great value to the Jamaican team,

Alfie Binns will most probably gain his West
Indies cap against the Indians late this year, He is
as good a wicketkeeper as Guillen, his only real
rival for deputy wicketkeeper on the West Indies
team that is at present touring Australia’ and since
his batting has improved to such an extent I think
he will walk into one of the Tests against the tour-
ing All India team

Thorbourn and Bonitto are batsmen who have | #
shown some promise. There is no doubt about the |
excellence of their stroke play but they must keep |
their wickets after they have scored 25 or 30 runs
that would earn them commendation in any com-
pany.



‘ Alfie Binns
FOOTBALL SEASON STARTS SOON

.
FJRHE local football season will probably get underway on Satur-
day, February 16. As far as | have been able to ascertain, the
B.A.F.A, have successfully negotiated with the Pickwick C.C, for
the rental of Kensington Oval for the 1952 season.
The B.A.F.A. are considering plans for the improvement of local
football and these include the selection of a number of piayers Irgm

| the various clubs who will attend a football school to be conducted
| by Mr. Graham Wilkes on Sundays.

The Association is considering affiliation to the Caribbean Foot-
within the next week and this would mean that
Barbados will be included in the list of intercolonial fixtures obtain-
ing this year. It is most important that the maximum response be
given to the football school and that players take the games as seri-
ously as possible both from the point of view of fitness as well as
technique if Barbados football is to obtain a respectable place in West
Indies sports

WATER POLO

WATER POLO made another step forward on Friday afternoon,
when captains of teams who play in the Barbados Amateur Water
Polo and Swimming Association competitions held an unofficial meet-
ing at the Aquatic Club together with officials of the association. —

Subject to confirmation at the annual general meeting early in
March, they decided that the association would run two divisions
in the men’s league. ‘The first division would consist of the follow-
ing five teams ;—Harrison College (A), Snappers, Swordfish, Bonitas
and Whipporays. Flying Fish and Barracudas have been temporar-
ily dissolved and some of their players have been placed in Bonitas
and Whipporays subject to mutual agreement between players and
teams. Mi

Five possibly six teams have been placed in the second division,
Among these are Harrison College (B), Police and Caviar, a new
team. The other teams have not yet been named.

LADIES’ LEAGUE

The ladies’ league will again have five teams. Sea Nymphs has

| been dissolved and taking its place will be a school team from Queen's
| College.
j}and Ursuline Convent.

Other teams in the league are Starfish, Goldfish, Mermaids
Queen’s College is therefore the third school to enter a team in

the water polo association’s competitions. A healthy sign for any
sport.

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By GEORGE WHITING
MAKE way for the Butterscotch Boys from Doncaster
~produced, prepared and presented by our ex-heavy-
weight champion, Bruce Woodcock,

When Woodcock was in ‘his Hey-dey, the general im-
pression which the non-conversational Bruce did not
hother to deny — seemed to be that he had no thoughts
beyond the brass, that he cared not a fig for the sport it-
self or the encouragement of others, and that boxing would
see him no more ouce he had lost his title to Jack Gardner.

These light-

*

impressions were miles old, and unbeaten as a

off target, as Woodcock ant his weight; and middle-weight Ken
now hope to prove.

family Millson. —L.E.S.
’

«

B.G. Cricket
Confide
Confident

(From Our Own Correspondent
GEORGETOWN, Feb, 2.

Kenneth Wishart, secretary of
the B.G. Cricket Control Board
and manager of the colony crick-
et team, left to-day for Trinidad.
The team follows on Tuesday.

On the eve of his departure
Wishart expressed confidence that
the B.G. team would put up a good
show, even in spite of the mem-
bers’ short practice through in-
clement weather here, but added
it is a capable side, the majority
having had experience on mat-
ting.

Trinidad has always been hard
to beat at home, but with little
luck I feel the team will do well.
Asked about the Trinidad side,
Wishart said with the exception
of a few who played before, it
is an unknown quantity.

The B.G. team will be leaving
Atkinson at 7.30 on Tuesday morn-

ing and are due at Piarco at 11.45
a.m.

Major Chase Wins
Lord Basil
Blackwood Cup

¢ Major A. DeV. Chase is the win-
pupils were given the freedom ner of the Lord Basil Blackwood
of the converted beer-bottle Challenge Cup. The Officers of the
store that serves the Woodcocks Barbados Regiment shot for this
as @ gymnasium; then intro- Cup at the Government Rifle
duced at the Doncaster tourna- Range yesterday afternoon.
ments run by father Sam, The contest was very keen and
On one of his 1948 safaris, the light good. Major Chase
Woodcock found in the village scored 100 out of a possible 110.
clubroom at Cudworth, near He defeated Major O. F. C. Wal-
Pernsley a 17-year-old welter- cott by only one point, while Lieut.
weight whose idea of a good time R. E. Goddard and Major J. E.
between shifts was a punch on Griffith scored 97 each.
the nose. The Lord Basil Blackwood Cup,
Offered encouragement, the an Officers’ Challenge Cup, ‘was
youngster accepted so enthusias- presented to the Regiment on
tically that for the next four August 1, 1910. In 1948 it was won
years he travelled 18 miles a day by Major O. F. C. Walcott with
by bus from Barnsley to Dons 108 points out of a possible 110.
caster—there to absorb the Wood-' The following year Lieut. C. E.
cock ideas on hook, lead, clinch Neblett won it with 101 points.
and counter, Major Walcott again won it in
That young man, having grad- 1950. On this occasion he scored





Si

DONA_J—18 miles a day fer
four years, te learn.

As long as four years ago—in
the period between having his
jaw broken by Joe Baksi and
staging a come-back against the
néver-to-be-forgotten Lee Oma
the prudent Woodcock began a
quiet but perspicacious hunt for
talent among the pugilistic pit-
men of his native Yorkshire.

Punch, Not Poise

Doncaster, Barnsley, Askern,
Cudworth, Pontefract, Mexbor-
ough, Thorne, Fishburn and many
other coal-mining districts were
discreetly given the Woodcock
eye—either of champion Bruce,
young brother Bill or father and
€x-miner Sam,

Punch rather than poise was
the prime object of the search
“You don’t find fighters pushing
pencils, They shovel coal!’ said
Brute as we talked this week.

Once discovered, the pitshaft



uated without defeat in 17 fights 191 Reins, Major Chase is the
from _ welter-weight ards, is Current holder.
how 41, sad a Task ond is This brings the number of

Major Chase’s trophies to 14. This
is the first occasion, in seventeen
years, that he has shot for the
Lord Blackwood Cup.

currently being hailed as one of
the brightest heavy-weight pros-
pects in Britain. .

The name is Terry McDonald—
and promoters are almost living
on the Woodcock do0orstep to
éign him up,



4 Race Horses Due
From St. Vincent

News has been received that
four race horses from Mr, Cyril
Barnard’s stable in St. Vincent
will be arriving here on Tuesday
to take part in the B.T.C, March
Meeting. Thev are Cavalier, Cross
Bow, Galasheils and Rosette.

Cavalier is a candidate for the
Barbados Guineas in which he
will probably start second favour-
ite to Dunquerque. Cross Bow
wih be a leading contender for D
class honours while Galasheils is
an imported thoroughbred filly
who will be racing in Barbados
for the first time. Rosette is a
half-bred who will also make her
debut to racing in this island.

Q.C. DEFEAT
ST. MICHAEL’S

In a netball match held at
Queen’s College yesterday after-
noon Queen’s College beat St.
Michael’s Girls’ School 12 goals
to eight.

To-morrow’s fixtures are Girls
Foundation vs Queen’s College
Cld Girls at Queen’s College.

Play begins at 4.45.

No Hurry

A week ago McDonald
burst upon us as g quick con-
aueror of the hitherto successful
Don Scott. On January 28, at
Leicester, he met the experi-
enced “Irishman Gerry McDer-
mott, On February 12 we in Lon-
don will be allowed our first
glimpse of him at Harringay.

Woodcock, having himself paid
pretty severe physical penalties
for rushing too quickly into the
big time—he tackled Tami Mau-
riello in New York after only 25
professional fights here—has been
in no great hurry with his coal-
face hopes,

However, after four years of
painstaking effort in their own

gymnasium—a_ facility other

managers would do well to
emulate—Messrs, Bruce, Bill and

Sam are now coming into the

open with McDonald and his

fellow campaigners of the

Butterscotch Brigade,

Among them are the ex-Coa
Board fly-weight champion, Bill:
Gibson; 20-year-old Glyn Evans,
with 27 feather-weight wins in 32
fights; 23-year-old Denny Dawson
in the same weight category;
plumber Pat Wakefield, 20 years

What
Brian
found
out

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SUNDAY, FEBRUARY 3, 1952

7
WILL IT BE 79?
“Bright Light’? Not Coming To B’dos
By BOOKIE



A optimistic friend of mine informed me during
the week that he thought we would have
about 78 horses entered at the March meeting. [
thought this rather a high estimate. But on going
through the classification list I see that he is just
about right. I make it 79.

Starting at the top there will be three in A
proper. These are Gun Site, Harroween and
Rebate. ‘Ine tast named I am glad to see on the track again after
a long absence since August last year. A mare with a great heart,
she should give us a good race or two if she is fit.
2“
HE sole occupant of A2 being White Company who has been
retired to the stud in Trinidad, we pass on to B proper where
there are seven likely entrants. These are Demure, Flying Dragon,
Fuss Budget, Landmark, Notonite, Red Cheeks and Slainte. In the
sub class there will be eight more numbering Belle Surprise, Embers,
Fire Lady, Pepper Wine, River Sprite, Spear Grass, Yasmeen and
Perfect Set. Most notable among this set seem to be those who are
old stagers making a come back. In this category the first is Slainte,
who makes a periodic come-back every March. He has won con-
sistently now for the last three March meetings on a stretch. Can
he do 1t again at the age of seven or eight. He is a gelding and
therefore I see no reason why he should not.

Next there are Pepper Wine and River Sprite, two mares I certainly
thought we had seen the last of on a race course since year before last.
Pepper Wine, who is the elder of the two, had already lost a lot of
her sting in her last days on the track and I can think of few mares
who ever made a successful come-back at eight years of age. Those
who did were generally racing against inferior opposition. This is
exactly what Pepper Wine wili not meet. River Sprite is not so old
but such joints on such going? Does not seem possible to me. How-
ever, I may be wrong and if we had “Big Knees” last March, why
shouldn't we have “Big Joints” this March, That is sound reasoning
along the lines of luck.

The fourth staging a come-back is Perfect Set. This black horse,
once trained by Mr. Sam Rock and owned by Dr. Weaver, is now in
the colours of Miss K. Hawkins and is really and truly endeavouring
to race for the first time in the West Indies. But since he made the
entry list once or twice on past occasions, although he never actually
faced the starter we might count him among the above. Mr. Rock
christened him the “counterfeit” horse but I think it was really spelt
“counterfeet”, judging by the number of times his legs gave out in
preparation for meetings. One wonders if he will make the grade this
time.

’

OING down to C and C2 there we have the bulk of the whole lot,

there being no less than 26 in these two divisions. Of thesa
only seven are in C proper and these are Aberford, Dashing Princess,
Flieuxce, Lunways, Ractan, Sweet Rocket and Topsy. Six of
these are winners and they are among the fortunate who will be
able to race in fields that will not be over-crowded, at least in two
races. In C2 we have Abu-Ali, Aim Low, Arunda, Blue Nelly, Castle
In The Air, Darham Jane, Devil's Symphony, Dim View, Doldrum
Fille d’Iran, French Flutter, Mabouya, Magic Gaye, Red Coat, Test
Match, The Thing, Tiberian Lady, Timbrook and Watercress. By the
way that brings our total number so far to 44,

Among the winners those with the best chances shuuld be Dash-
ing Princess (who likes the hard going very much and ‘vho just had a
good meeting in Trinidad), Flieuxce and Sweet Rockri. Flieuxce has
won several races in this class but appears to bc one of those who
only just scrapes one at a meeting and then runs off. Meanwhile,
will Sweet Rocket run better than she did last November in the
mud? That too needs some working out.

HE maidens are not only numerous but largely unknown. On
past form French Flutter would appear to be the one with the
best chances but there are others like Darham Jane, Castle In The Air
and Timbrook which I like on looks only. The colt Castle In The Air
is particularly pleasing to the eye and I have seldom seen better
make or shape in the W.I. The filly Timbrook would not, I should
imagine, appeal to everybody on looks, but I like the way she moves
over the hard ground without making much noise while others can be
heard pounding in the vicinity of the Drill Hall when one is sitting
in the stand. She has the appearance of the staying type and I like
her looks as such,

But then horses do not run on looks and there may be some
others who have not caught the eye who will do well on race day.
We can therefore expect some substantial pari and forecast returns
in the races for maidens.

A® we come to the creole classes it is learned with regret that
only three horses are likely to run from among those classified
D or D2. These will be Cross Bow, Mary Ann and Oatcake. As most
readers will have already guessed, this means that Bright Light will
not be coming over from St. Vincent to contest the Barbados Guineas.

There is no doubt that the absence of Bright Light will rob our
classic of much interest. Once again I say this is another good
reason why we should have had the additional classic in November
and not in March. With Dunquerque already occupying such a
position of supremacy, most of the local owners and trainers had
more or less resigned themselves tu a race between herself and Bright
Light and consequently were not considering the classic very seriously
for those which they had paid subscriptions. What will happen now?
Will they race for second money or will they leave it to Dunquerque
to walk-over from one or two others?

Worse news follows: Cavalier, ranked an easy third to Bright
Light and Dunquerque in order of merit will also be absent from the
Guineas. That leaves in, as far as I know, Apronusk, Caprice, Car-
dinal, Columbus, Diarose, First Admiral, Hill Prince, March Winds,
Rambler Rose, Seedling and Sunina. With Dunquerque this makes
twelve all told for the classic. Of these I will be pleasantly surprised
if more than six actually go in the race.

XCLUDING those entered in the Guineas, we now reach down

to E2 where there are only four on the list. They are Appollo,
Colleton, Usher and Vanguard. I saw Usher on Wednesday striding
out very nicely and if fit he will certainly have an easy time in this
company. Of course there are no E class races but he will receive
so many pounds from Cross Bow, while Dunquerque will be looking
after the Guineas, that he will have a splendid opportunity on the
first day. After that is over, it will be interesting to see how

Dunquerque will shape against him.
q{* F and F2, again leaving out those listed for the Guineas, we

should see Miss Friendship, April Flowers, Clementina, May Day,
Miracle, and Sunbeam. If Miracle is still improving, then there is
nothing in this lot to give her a good gallop. On the other hand, she
did not do so well in Trinidad and if she cannot better that perform-
ance, then there are chances for April Flowers or Miss Friendship.
The chestnut gelding Sunbeam has also improved a lot in looks and
he might show us something better than he has in the past.

l AST, and in this case least, there will be those in G and G2.
-4 There should be nine of them as follows: Betsam, Blue Diamond,
Diadem, Gavotte, His Worship, Joan's Star, Rosette, Cottage and
Twinkle. The last three, I must confess, are completely unknown to
me. I do believe I saw something exercising on the’ Savannah the
other morning which could have been one of these three, but the less

ore such a specimen the better. That, I think, will give us
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One Accident In Second Regatta.» 0» Swimming 1 Oy cs Pa

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STAR

(By Our Yachting Corr-spondent)

HURRICANE, owned and
eareree by Ian Gale met
with a very unfortunate acci-
dent when the Second
Regatta of the R.B.Y.C. was
sailed in Carlisle Bay yester-
day afternoon, Her spar was
broken when she and Mis-
chief collided, The most amaz-
ing thing is that her stays are

supposed to be the first
ries of articles on Swim-
it this week | don’t think
will get past the—shall we say
—trimmings. But eventually 1
olan to teach you how to do all 4

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orts of energetic things — the

sraw! backstroke, butterfly,

breast-stroke and what have you

—and perhaps, in my small way, |





















}
|
|
|
‘ ‘help to raise the standard of & j
ahs uae tities were about to Eewrmening, in. maebedts. a. 4 |
start when the accident cncutnes ve have not got any good swim- ¥
H ver, Ian tells me that he has rers, there are plenty but mostly }
aires made pa ments to get very unorthodox, and having a
ange! t ‘swum everything from the dog x male ended
another spar and will be racing paddle to the butterfly I can Saotennil ana ‘deities
in the Third Regatta next Satur. assure you that the orthodox Defeat the boys outright
day. From what I can see this strokes are faster. An American a °
mishap should not put him out of friend told me this week that fae ast seen a collapse
the running for the “D” Class after watehing the little boys While dul aie octane tn sinus
Trophy. ‘ gambolling in the water at Para-,, | Was sleeping fast in bed . r
The race yesterday was boring dise Beach he is quite sure that * ‘ Re
at times. The weet wae ae oat if Barbados went in for swime}{_jady’s bathing costume from Phat evak cat out oe When lovely, lively figure-heads like these choose
on some occasions the boats look= ming seviously we could send @%C yry, 1866 She was thrilled with excitement h nly prove they have a head for figures! Jantzens
ed as though they were anchored. crack team to the Olympic Games; So nothing did she say | Anetra ee a a. ,
i a P : Kites , "" eee have everything —fic, fabr slour and style to suit you to
It was south about and in calm one day, I agree. Africa says that he saw a whole), | ave. sn a ae aivih Sonik
seas. Bui to get back to my subject,M silage Swimming out to the| ce saree tha BE ne © ove | perfection. This year, the Jantzen wizards ha ene ; ove polls.
Nine boats started in the “B” bathing costumes. It would si stegmer, wearing as they swam,! ana bove you heuld ny heard | Pevries nuns Fe SeCUER YO FNITTING, FRM ON eT Fone
Class. Wizard, Ranger, Circe and that in the early days bathing—Jrenovated second-hand London | 3. t talking long and loud | worshippers, decorative piping, contrasting cuffs, How is it done at such
War Cloud did not race. Honours suits were not. very popular stove-pipes” in all the glory of . ° } reasonable prices? That's the Jantzen magic! Go and
went to Fantasy, owned and skip- Winmann, writing in 1588 say: @ dhe white tissue paper in which ace. male 1S. ks er Goddard capture some of it yourself — quickly
pered by Teddy Hoad. Teddy they are shipped out for sale.” ha Wake thew sing that iretoiied |
sailed a good race and Fantasy Would get great men insane

which was completely overhauled “ Decency And Mr. C runden

ANHIZCH Attraction in Action





and almost rebuilt, is sailing much After a jong, long voyage
better . : . In bKngland the judges decided Ne matey i ; x Pe
n favour tenance” he ey must play test cricke
Fantasy Leads i favour of “decency in t not that a disgrace JANIZEN KNITTING MILLS LTO, @RENTFORD, MIDOLESEX
: lebrated case of Rex v, Crun-
Fantasy started along with Hi cen in 1809. Mr, Crunden insisted | Then after meeting Queensiand
Ho. At the end of the first round A half-baked cricket sid |

co his common law right to bathe
naked from the beach at Brigh-
ton, and would as soon have

Followed by bouncing “boulder
T would make a lion hide

She was in the lead, a minute and
ten seconds ahead of Hi Ho, sec-



ond. Moyra Blair was third. Be-
cause of her late start, Mischief
was away behind the other “B”
boats.

By the end of the second round
Fantasy had increased her lead.

She was now one minute and
40 seconds ahead of the second
boat, Flirt, which overtook both
Moyra Blair and Hi Ho, She had



THE STAR OLASS BOAT, Fantasy, owned and skippered by Teddy
Hoad, scored a victory in the “B” Class when the Second R,B.Y.C.
Regatta was held yesterday. Fantasy was almost rebuilt last year.

il” sinter









thought of putting on the king’s
crown as drawers. “The judges”
Ralph Thomas records in his
“Swimming” “(old men and
probably not swimmers) decided
against him.”

Incidentally, it is interesting to
note that at least in one place in
Britain nude bathing is _ still






















Then a West Indian eleven
To Australia quite new

Must face eleven Aussies
Besides two umpires too

Then Walcott with
Worrell with a bad hand
Weekes
The Aussies “had

Do boys doen't blame John Goddard
Poor hoy he tried his best

a chipped nos«

also with a bad lee

things grand







AND YOU CANT
Go WRONG!

The regular use of

a lead of 56 seconds on Moyra Vamoose got away from the Feabird ae eae .3 allowed. In Oxford a part of the Wie gut hho in tise Lanaiol Hair Food
Blair. Okapi was fourth, followed start. At the end of the first lap “|” ? Thames is reserved where under- . . : will, by its action on
by Hi Ho and Rascal. she had a lead of 55 seconds On imp 1.58.06 59.03 5 ‘ g graduates and Dons may bathe} And those who did the trouble the roots and scalp,
Fantasy went on to score an easy Comet, second. Thunder, third, Olive Blossom 2.01.03 6031% 6 -the old fashioned bathing gown. 7 ide—and thereby hangs a tale, Only “eriaket gan spell nourish every hair
win. She did the race in two was 41 seconds behind Comet, Sit} sak ae aoe : ; : : but not for publication, Fain ohn gland and encourage
; ; ; ; auntless 1.44.06 52.03 2 that young men and girls bathed w cricket will go to hell la

hours, 11 minutes and 22 seconds, beating Edril by 55 seconds Mohawk 1.48,09 54.04% 3 aground the statue of St. Nicolas ‘ : : richer growth, It
with an average of 43 minutes and Dawn 1.45.04 52.32 4 ot Surich d while the girls Women’s bathing dresses s€€M} who can we praise this moment provides nourishment
47 ds a. Flirt Vamoose Leading Invader 1.49.32 54.46 5 at Zurich, and while thi $3 to have reached their utmost in} Gomez and Valentine to the scalp and bal

seconds a round. ‘was sec~ Coronetta 1.42.56 81.28 & wore drawers the men bathing j}\." middle of the nineteenth | Stolimever and Frankie Worrell o the scalp an r
ond but her average was even mre end of the second round saw §ij Lalo 53.58% 7 with them only had to put them contury, The illustration from These performer seis S00 roots and corrects
better : an, enter s, 16a Vamoose still in the lead. She was Bilppy Lav 08 mesa 9 fen soo os “ Gurr 1866 shows a woman qemgs Walcott poor boy was injured such troubles as

na , , é 7 boot -— it ha y¥ | Weekes seemed to miss the bus
and 25 seconds, with’ an average DOW four minutes ahead of Zephyr, in 1806 of a person bathing clad Soom Gas . orthwhile| Ramadbin after copesling
of 43 minutes and 28 seconds per Second. Comet was third, five s€e- y amoos 1.28.23 27.48 1 only in a head dress. seems that it was Ww Poor boy, he got disgust DANDRUFF
round. Hi Ho hich ertook Onds later, Thunder was next, fol- Baril 1.26.34 28.51 2 on changing at all, From that period er ° ;
. f » Wi ov 2 : 1 ¢ Comet 1.28.10 29,23 3 “Vai ” to the present day the history Of] Well Rae at the last moment PARTIAL BALDNESS

M 1 i fing 1 lowed by Edril and Tempest. Vain Ornament

ape Sante 0 i mat xa There was a rush to complete this 742! Lares 39.36 ‘ om ‘women's bathing costumes is aj] Started to spring again { IN NG HAIR
was le sy’s time was the Thunder 1,29.2 29.48 5 one ua. hi eee And our beloved ‘‘Fergi
best. She ain "is race in two round. The boats sailed into a Tempest 1.31.32 30.31 6 Biffault says that Parisians‘ history of shrinkage. smiled, yes | lee TH & FALLING

hours, three minutes and 50 sec-
ends. Her average per round was

strong breeze and were close be-
hind each other,



began to wear drawers, at least
those who could pay for them,

From long pantaloons and long
leeves the advance was made to







Trim got his usual “hair cut’
And it’s not hard to see

but smiled in vain

The daily application of this Hair
Food results unfailingly in a really

é : - > : i beautiful glossy head of hair.
41 minutes and 17 seconds, Vamoose went on to win, beat- i ae ore about 1800, but the majority did hort pantaloons and short | According to an old maid
In the “C” Class seven boats ing Edril, which ayertocs Comet, Mrs. Manning W iis oe ee sleeves. After that the sleeves God bless “Christianity” panes es —e With ol! (Yellow
raced. It was a tough fight be- Thunder and Zephyr, by three . = 7 ms . were removed, and with OTA! wars beye you played the five test ie .
tween the Lightning, Rogie and minutes and 15 seconds. Zephyr Golf Contest stepped in because hehe Fo the went the “loons”, leaving pants.| And lost ull four to one ree. ohne ovens Se ee
the Seagull, Gannet. The Light- nearly snatched the third position a : eee aie, = “ee Then, most daring, and not too And this we gladly tell vou Lebel) fer mm asf is naturally
ning won. from Comet in the closipg stages. ‘The Ladies’ Spoon Competition not long since, an edict was issued LON, “Ho. fOr tee Cee ee LANALOL CREAM (Blue Label). A
Rogue gave a minute to Gannet Comet however _managéd to win which was fixed to be played yes- by the Police in Paris, prohibiting eae the veces oo ne eS lossy hair dressing.
but at the end of the first round by five seconds. Fifth was Thunder jerqz eee 5 rida at tran Hing } , Some years later the inevitae| sponsored & ANALOL SOLIDIFIED (Bakelite
she was 50 seconds ahead of her. and last Tempest teruty a payee pe on Friday al’ pemegns. som ens at the took piace—the bathing suit split r 7 b An ideal fixative
a ea afternoon at the Rockley Golf river Seine, without pathing distinct parts. And now | Ox). le
T s . > as dams - i _ ; 2 : , into two distinct parts. id n |
eas, enitan tev, seh vast, eee ae ae Sanna Club, Christ Church. The Compe- dresses, those two pieces are shrinking, J&R BAKERIES | LANALOL SOAP SHAMPOO (Red

many minutes behind the others.

“D” Class. Van Thorndyke, skip-

tition was won by Mrs. G. Man-
ning Whose gross score was 43 and



Writing of Woahoo island in

The question of the moment ig
“Can the Bikini get any smaller?”



makers of



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pered by “Prickie’ Moore came ‘on the Sandwich Islands, Captain ° | Loce istributors:

Rogue Leading first. When the boats were finish- net scord em Beechey says that in 1827 RWe if not, What [peel Sie ' }

Gerald Nicholls made use of. ing the first round Thorndyke had The condition was ideal for were daily in the habit of seeing ENRICHED BREAD GENERAL AGENCY Co, a nal

his good judgment to keep Rogue a lead of only five seconds on Sea- playing golf and there were six ladies disencumber themselves of : (Barbados) Lid oO Mam
in the lead. He did the race in bird, skippered by Stanley Moore, contestants in the Competition. their silks, slippers, and parasols, and the blenders of errees goes 10 THE hoor OF oop
one hour, 34 minutes and 52 brother of “Prickie’. Third was and swim off in fine ‘style to P.O. Box 27 We Tagua
seconds, with an average of 47 Rainbow while Rainbird, skipper- different vessels, carrying their J&R RUM | ;

minutes and 26 seconds per ed by “Corkie” Roberts, ‘had to be bundles on their heads, and 3ridgetown

round, His time was four min-
utes a second better than Gan-
net’s. Third was Folly and fourth
ine boats started in the
Intermediate Class. The race was
won, by Gnat, owned and skip-
pered by George Hoad. Georgie
really means business this
season. At the end of the first
round he was fifth but he crept
into a leading position.
Mohawk was leading at the
end of that round, She com-
pleted it ten seconds ahead of
Dauntless which was _ second.
Next was Invader, followed by

contented with fourth place.

“Corkie”, “with his hollow spar”,
overtook Rainbow and Seabird
during the final round, to come
second. Third was Seabird and
fourth Rainbow. Thorndyke did
the race in one hour, 53 minutes
and 42 seconds, with an average of
56 minutes and 51 seconds per
round.

The Third Regatta of the RBYC
will be sailed in Carlisle Bay at
2.30 p.m. on Saturday, February 9.

The results were as follows:—

Time

FOOTBALL AT
Y.M.P.C. TODAY

A football match takes place
to-day at Y.M.P.C. between
Hadleigh’s team and Mr. Audiey'
Ingram’s team. The match begins
at noon. Hadleigh’s team is—
C, V. Rayside (Capt): M. Brewster,
C, Small, O, Estwick, R. Walcott,
D. Higginson, C. Waithe, O. Hus-
bands, G, Sealy, A. Mason and
K. Mapp.

Reserve: Nobby Estwick.

resuming their finery when they
got on board. Nor was it
amusing to observe them
overboard soon after daylight,
and continue sporting and swim-
ming about the vessels in the
harbour like so many nereids;
practices to which they adhere
with as much fondness as ever.
Many, however, now think it
necessary to put on a_ bathing
gown when they take this recre-
ation.”

In 1898 this paragraph, headed
“Costume”, appeared in many
newspapers, “An Englishman just
home from the West Coast of

less

jump |







Dawn and Gnat which was some eB. Class Elapsed Averages Place | = . a
distance behind. . sie hrs meine ws oe sae ; ———S—

Gnat’s time for the race was /2ni*y ’ ‘ i
one hour, 37 minutes and 42 hy) tisk ois ae
seconds. This was better than Gipsy 2.03. 1, ‘ ; f
mecae TR ee teri in the Gok a re ass S@CUr -
“Cc” Class, with the exception of coe ie Sane 44.10 6 |
Rogue, His average per round Revie 30018 4300 8 |
was 48 bg oe — a pocones, Mischiet ; 2.08.15 42.45 9 |
35 seconds ter than Gannet’s. :

Ro 1.34.5: 7.26
pened ny “Wiiben "Skeste and ante gags ome 2 ee ee
‘olly AS 54.215 3

third Mohawk. Dawn came Magwin 146-48 oy ae |
fourth. Scamp 1 48.16 54.08 5 |

Only five out of nine boats Madness |. 1.50.43 aoe Sd
raced’ in the Tornado Class. “ig Behave - Lm sha
Vamoose, skippered by Tony van Thorndyke 1.53.42 56.51 1
Hoad, scored a comfortable win. Rainbird 1.66.41 56.20% 3

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SUNDAY,

sonia your
Slip is showing

FEBRUARY







MET Sonia, London’s

latest Crime Queen
a iow café (a base-
ment, in fact) off Totten-
ham Court-road.

What’s

Your Baby |
Cooking In

By PENNY NOLAN and ANN MUSGRAVE

Dream irl...

Lustre-Creme Shampoo gives

stuffed tomatoes or as it i better 7 Absent - mindedly she
. “ cellent basic draft can be made know ‘ essentially @ period of rest and ginned a handful of
your hair soft, glamorous three The first step is to make up a waa” in Europe tomatoes ala. renabilitation. ( hashish in mistake for
way loveliness chart for the bodice measurements Medium size tomatoes: 12 Our grandmothers used to pride cocaine into her cup of
© Frograntly clean The chart, should have lines for Pumpkin Sak chek on oats pry io cots ane plunged—tully
ourteen different measurements | core ummediately, and ai~ essed—into her sor

© Glistening with sheen and should have five vertical col- ee aes though there is a trend todey to story.
e Soft, easy to manage umns. The first column on the Parsley be active earlier, most Doctor “I was little more than
c Sek lather left is for the number of the Mnglish Potatoes: 2 and Midwives will advise tha. an innocent child at the
Lustre-Creme’s billowy la’ measurement. The second column Salvo Peres ten to fourteen days are about time,” she said, “the only
is a blend of secret ingredients oer air, = the ag Oil sufficient time to regain one’s convictions I'd had being

plus gentle lanolin. nent. e third column is label- Pickles






perfectly keyed to the latest dres

shades.,

and Lip Line allows

lip colours to be changed quickly and cleanly















MEASURING FOR A BASIC DRAFT

Measurements on the human
figure are very difficult to take ac-
curately, but with a good set of
individual measurements an ex-

‘d “Full” and is used to enter cir-

ing and letting my hair
cumference measurements. The Wash the tomatoes. Cut the top eo soon after baby’s birth down in pub-
fourth is labeled “Back” and the and with a teaspoon take away your figure will begin to return to lic.
fifth “Front The names of the the seeds and the water. Put normal and to assist the abdom- She patted
ar nae measurement? PENNY NOLAN them on the ice until you are inal muscles to regain their tone her _ raven
ee beeen : ready to go to dinner. Prepare in the least passible time exer- ‘TeSses, coiled
1. Shoulder at neck to waist- {M2 clestic at the waist. Mea‘- the Russian salad. Boll one car~ cises or massage should be given ie 96. anaes
Ln a ure lefi and right sides in the rot, s * mous main-

helps to cover up the difference.
So both right and left sides are
cut alike or, in other words, only
half a pattern is needed to cut a





back and enter the longest in the

mark one inch below the armpit
to the pin at the waistline. _
Number 11 is taken from pin to

in. t
7 Number 12 is taken full around







The Kitchen?

Tomatoes are quite plentiful
now although they are not cheap.
Here is a very good recipe for

Maionnaise; 2 tablespoonsful.

the 2 English Potatoes, a

one hour the dough will have
almost doubled its size. Work
it a tiny bit more and put it on
the kitchen table. Now give the



And You

By SISTER CHARLOTTE
THIS period is generally de-

fined as the twenty-one-days
which follow child birth. It is

strength and to heal properly in-











Here, the svelte, slant-
eyed seductress babbled
on in a shady nook while
dope-traffickers and con-
men passed by and peer-
ed in to pay homage to
Sonia’s beauty,

merely for larceny, loiter-



Ru Morgue’s







GENE AY lt’s cat

SisNNA MAMMAL, CHIN-
CHILLONA, CONEY, and BEAV-
ERETTE Rabbit.

, These exercises are generally be- gprin, d
ef i ‘ ow but : ; ; pring aroun
2. Shoulder tip to shoulder tip. back column of the chart. Repeat cut them ail gyal gs Ng eave gun—with your Doctor’s permis~- her head. She ove r°dé ee @
3. Shoulder tip to centre line for front. The front measurement on the vegetables att » sth eas~ sion on the day after the birth of smiled h er
at vow. \ h does not necessarily fall over the vinegar ‘alt and Pan. thy come your baby, as it is now realized Mona_Lisa b ERNEST DUDLEY
4. Shoulder seam length, fullest point of the bust. tiny bi ; pe! @ that it is inadvisable for a mother smile. “When y
* * ’ «2 6 ese eS » * 5. Centre lines. . i , tiny bit of English mustard. Add :
x Number 2 measurement is the one tables ful of Mai 7 who has had a normal birth to a Parisian Rd Sl ie ela
: 6. Across back and chest. st breadth of the shoulder and is fin tn, seisetone with a be kept strictly at rest in bed. parasite named Ru (short for him in, and he went to, work on
* ; 7. Shoulder at neck to bust taken from the mark you hav Moral oak Mak : . *- Here are a few simple exer- Rupert) Morgue got me into his the safe deposit v:
lamorous Gres models choose point. made on the right shoulder tip to (ure and add a tiny bit of Mai- ices that can be done by your- Clutches I was as wax in his cruel, Gagged ...
* nd 8. Bust line. : the corresponding mark on the Onaise on the top of each of the self embering, that the pre- supple fingers. UICKLY Ru filled with banke
9. Neck at centre to side seam i tomatoes. Serve in a plate with 5@/f rem’ 8, I “T thought,” Sonia went on, “he : A Sea
' r 1 * t waist ie shoulder tip. Sane beck use a few bits of parsley. vious exercises are practised each . oe Arabs te notes a plain van waiting
e GALA § mcomparable iP COLOURS 10 Under arm side seam en. ‘ : . day before adding the new ones, So a awe Yd a hcctih. outside, ; .
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* ‘ draft will give you the amount of mt ge . A able Showgirls. Instead he forced |, with a gag he’d» borrowed
: 12. Waistline. Sve you an them at first. Always stop if you he b the Grand me (with a gag or
2] 13. Chest. — wipe i the shoulder. It is a . Zwiebach is g kind of very feel in the least bit tired and re- ™Me,to help him rob the Grand from an American radio show on
. al 3 Sra diagonal measurement from the light brioche which is usually > National Bank, Aintree. the short wave). He left me.
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§ q TS ing re > or akfas > isin : > caretaker, who I’d taken care
t hania want he? ea a pin at the centre front waistline. with tea Se ee ee or aoe after exercising gonia’s beautiful nose. It dropped chould be out at the time, found
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j garments 8 et mark on the shoulder at neck to wae 0 qnedium Size Zwiebach; 1s¢ Day Lying Deep breathing fence at the next table. the wt lg oy ee
pan re re Geadte the natural waist- “e mark on the shoulder tip, I Sugar—i oz —six times. “With references forged by Ph!! (Wie tte pelan apbtians’ ote
, — Sure ea pins in this elas- one shoulder is longer than the = pinch sia ia Foot exercises, bending and 4 phoney fairground fakir from I told them how I'd been gagged
‘ tic One at the exact centre front. other it is well to take a mean 1 yolk of an ew and 3 Nandaepopoetics stretching ankles—six anne. Felixstowe,” Sonia continued, “I and overpowered by three masked
+ One: atthe exact centre beck and between the two lengths. Do this of sugar 2nd Day Lying with knees pecame secretary to the bank men. I described how I'd strug-
MAS en 4 y ing lo- Measuring when you place the Svtter 1 oz bent, contract muscles of abdo- manager.’ Within a week I was "CD os Sahn ate ee
ne at each side in a becoming lo ark: ! egg yolk : ; : gled and failed to get myself free
|g] cation for the side seams, Several marks and Sere tee TASS. 10 e ea (mot fully men and arch back. taking his mind off his work and {nq raise the alarm.”
#] measurements come to each of ain Oiatdet upon, MAS" A ting Bit of Tukewarm water 3rd Day Raise nead and shoul- h¢,was taking me off to morning “ sonia let another teardrop fall.
these points and the pins will in- VFSme ape i Take 2 oz. of flour, put it in a tae sige Coffee and cakes. “Which was where I made a silly
wlan cdnachegibe Number 5 is the centre line big cup and add the yeast. Mix “ers, three times. This exercise Up For Cou sta ee Ba Se
Part a ee eves encil length and is taken from the mark four and yeast with ae "bit of Must be done very gently at first, Pp P deed 2aP),, Sne “moaned, “T gave ‘Be
With 8 soft eyebrow at the centre front neck to the jukewarm wat Yt of but later you will be able to sit HE Crime Queen paused whole show away, and Ru Morgue
make a small mark on the bare ‘ front waistline. Same ; arm water and put the cup nervously stirring her cocoa was sent down, ,
; following Pin a: centre front waistline. Same jn 4 warm pl Put the reat UP without the help of the arms. | S ‘ nt a ees
skin at each of the following f."\yacK. : f the fl peace, 1 Crest ath Day Lying with knees bent. into chocolate mousse as she said: SONIA’S SLIP is showing in the
points: +— Number 6 gives you a location edd hs hin = ~~ bowl and Press knees together, lifting “The night for Ru Morgue’s coup _ picture of how the police found
1. Savulders at neck and tip in for the armhole seam curves. The °° Sh ae ica very small lower part of abdomen, and relax arrived. I was working late, and her. But if you are not sure
a becoming location for the measurement is taken between a aa te sOant Wh salt and the ray times . was alone at the bank. Midnight you've got it, solution is below.
shoulder seams, two marks placed in a becoming hy of the egg. When the yeast "Sth Day Sitti Bend .trunk 2nd three raps came at the front SONIA’S SLIP.—If Sonia had
2. Backs : ” sition for the armhole seam. nas become twice its volume (it y par gona door. really struggled to free herself, as
2. Back and chest 5” down from Positic will take about 10 15 ti ideways—twice each wa i P “e
shoulder at neck k Number 7 is an aid in the loca- take about 10 or 15 minutes) sideway‘ , y: “Putting on my mink wrap, I she told the police, she would have
. ia ck mark. ; ft, add it to the mixture in the mix- 6th Day Lying. Bend, stretch oo oa oF ee.
3. Position tor armhole seams at tion of the bust point on the draft. ° answered them. It was Ru. I let kicked off her high-heeled shoes.
64 dbwik. level. «4 . . Number 8 should be taken img bowl and add the glass of and lower legs—four times.
4 udae deme i"" dome tee around the fullest point of the â„¢ilk (also luke-warm). Mix th Day On hands and knees. : z
f armpits for top of under- bust line with the tape well up in ae re start Ween we 0 Draw in adbomen and relax— ( ylamorous Chinchillona!
arm side seams, back and the lungs filled to give 4 you were making the Four times. °
“a 5. Centre back neck. enough ease for breathing in the Gough for a brioche, that is by ‘These exercises restore the aay ate
4 6. Centre front neck. basic. Take the back and front vee. he ng ee —_ muscle tone and prevent a great ne By SUSAN DEACON
Place a pin exactly over each bust seperately from point to poin beatiy mre tt OUe © e@ powl and deal of trouble in later years. gF a furrier tried to seil you a Houesty initiative — good
, #7 | point. under the armpits. Be ee ae eel Wine ae a. —_ of the you should try and continue coat made from Genet, Dingo, culture —- ambiuda per-
Enchanting Mile. Ariane, model for | Measurements are taken from back and front added together ‘ en the dough becomes inem for at least six weeks after Sienna Mammal, or Chinchillona, severance — morai courage —
ent smooth, elastic I think is a good :
ei peer Pele teas hon | f both ‘sides of the body and the total the full ton. from the description you will be Sie to the birth as they will help more wouia you know wnat you were self-control good mixer —
one refili colour to anothersosimple | p+ | longest one is entered in the chart, Number 9 s t * Ft neck to lift it with'your hand in one piece than anything to restore your puying? thrift — dignity independ-
so quick ...s0 clean | Everyone has some difference in mark at the Weta ue (line. Fes attom the bowl:. Put: it ect in figure to normal. A LONDON FURRIER says:— ence — good education — high
aa eater tt measurement between the right the pin a wera theanire de- the mixing bowi and after cover- ‘...Wwomen are ofien misled social standing — and charm.
and left side of the body and if a the ote Dot the side ing it with a cloth put it in a oy the giamorous-sounding names WOULD any girl really want to
Gala’s fashion-right colours are the newest fave among modelsin = garments made to ore ae ia. draft warm place and let it stay for meen to furs a Foie too shy to) marry such a _ paragon—even
arger side the slig amount of 5 — ; ask exactly what they are,”
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d tape and use the ss tap. , Number 14 is not actually used until the last piece has been put I EITH h followed a husband. Address your card to
fo drafty | '* “Se "he same tape i, 'the draft but is a good check in the tin. ‘Cover everything imilor pattern to ‘THe’ MING me at the SUNDAY EXPRESS,
GALA OF LONDON 'To take measurement Number 1, Measurement. Take from mark to again with a cloth and let it stay ead QUEEN'S ra engagement, Fleet-street, London, E.C.4.
4 lace your tape at the mark you ark on shoulder at neck. , for another hour, Beat the other THE KING. (th ~ ee Of *
e 7 P ny Beginners should remeasure the oO) with sugar and put it very E G ‘(then Duke of For those about to... |
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ore draft of the back bodice from these 4.) saying | was hungry. In the same week of 1952—just oovice in the last “h uf of
sasurements. : 29 years later—the Karl of Dal- “' pietdaneke een et et eae
measurements, Cake P id keith is at Sandringham F. ADDINGTON SYMOUND’S
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| , LADY, but as it is so economic and good “ i 1 , week-end) the Duke of York she 5 ‘ ake
A BROOKLYN Mees to ied you will probably understand IN SYRACUSE, New York, a phoned the Earl of Strathmore jaca wt eee nee rae oe
and Mrs. Abe Lipkien, gets s riding hot Why it was called Providence by Magistrate describes a dope-sell- and asked if he could visit him joie baxtevone ae :
for ten days for not providing hot many housewives. ing ring on the local university's at the family party at their (98 early chapters.
water and central heating for her oo) 19 ozs grounds as “a blast from the sky, country house. On Health, he says
tenant. Esgs: 2 which discloses terrible, appalling The Duke of York arrived at aioe walk vigorously for
She told the magistrate that the ee ee i conditions at our university.” the country house party on the _ half an hour each lunchtime,
tenant always gave her “plenty oiieconate of soda; 1 teaspoonful Chief “pusher” was a beautiful Saturday. Don’t dawdle ...... walk in a
e of trouble’. But ma etemrnSS Cream of tartar; 2 teaspoonsful blonde woman who lured the 1952 long, loping stride . a hum a
o together with Sisten lady, if T'lived in your Su™sr: 8 tablespoontus” | Sn, > ates | Gkiye Princéss Margaret lett | for "Mino a spot of ‘deep breathe
Listen lady, } rater Rum: 1 liqueur glass : ’ -y Sandringham on the identical, S Seren ROE
house, and had to borrow water “teaspoonful of Vanilla essence And in Wasnington, Harry week-end and the Earl of ing while walking along the
for my bath, I'd give you plenty put all the ingredients in a Anslinger, the Government's chief Dalkeith followed. corridors of your office
nS of trouble, too.” mixing bowl -and mix everything anti-drugs commissioner, reveals The Earl of Dalkeith arrived building...”
\ well together with q wooden that thefts of drugs from chemists at the country house _ party
nN Ax spoon, When the mixture is shops by addicts in Washington 5, Sunday night. , On Dress —
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THAT million-dollar. “horse- tj, (about 10 inches diameter) were “family affairs,” provocative... .”
2 oe burger” racket in the Middle West Pour the mixture in the tin and ait ‘hate i ami no Heieh...” ‘Coloured frocks may be
2 yi has produced its first outbreak of put in moderate oven for about % E ice, Waacaea ah -acacane’ worn, so long as they are
; violence. Police say that a bomb an hour, When the cake is cold Trailer =e business-like.
explosion outside a Chicago Butch- put it on a plate and sift some rs and YOU ie BUT in the last half of the
i ers’ Union headquarters is directly icing sugar on the top. It'is a THEY ARE BUSY in Tulsa, What are the qualities a look there is valuable advice
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a FABR meat which have already led to a doesn’t take any time to make; car trailer, with a throne room, daughter marries? / ; behave when your boss arrives
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Princess Elizabeth's
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Two very important women are
working quietly in London on a
Very Important Job—the clothes
Princess Elizabeth will wear on
the Australian tour.

_Miss Avis Ford calls herself
simply a Court dressmaker. She

asked me not to call her the
Royal Family's “little woman
round the corner.”
= * *
Her showroom has NONE OF
THE GLAMOUR of the usual

Mayfair salons.

There are no crystal chan-
deliers, no tall vases of out-
of-season flowers, no heady
perfume, gilt chairs, or thick-
piled carpets,

AND HER assistants, instead
of looking like film starlets in
glamour dresses, have natural
complexions, wear their own
woolen dresses, and look like
the well-bred daughters of
county families,

Queen’s Tweeds

Miss Ford herself, small and
dignified could easily be. the
headmistress of an establishment
for Young Gentlewomen, instead
of one of the top dressmakers in
the country.

QUEEN MARY has
made by Miss Ford who, I am
told, has “the finest tailor in
town.” And it is Miss Ford who
for years has made many of
QUEEN ELIZABETH'’S tweeds.

Busy on Hats

ALSO BUSY sewing the
Australian tour Miss
Kate Day.

It was Miss Day who made
some of the hats Princess
Elizabeth took with her to
Canada. Now she is busy on
hats for Australia.

TO DO THIS Miss Day has
to work with whoever is making
the clothes.

clothes

, _ for
is milliner

Nancy Pigott, who moved from
a neat red sandstone house in a
fashionable backwater of Glasgow
to an bine unpretentious white
brick English-type cottage in
Washington, is wondering with
more than normal feminine inter-
est about her next address.

It could be the big White House
being remodelled in Pennsylvania-
avenue, For it is just possible that
Nancy Pigott, as the wife of Sena.
tor Estes Kefauver, may be Amer-
ica’s First Lady after the Presi-
dential election in November.

Nancy, chic, good-looking moth-
er of four children (the oldest ten,
the youngest one), is slightly
overwhelmed at the prospect. But
like all the features of her devel-
oping American life, it will be just
another, although bigger, chal-
lenge.

I found her gazing with admira-
tion from her green eyes at a
blown-up six-foot photograph of
her husband in the largest first-
floor room of Washington’s Wil-
lard Hotel, hired as headquarters
of the “Kefauver for President”
Club.

A white feather skull cap dented
the halo of her short auburn hair
and, with white gloves, provided
the only contrast to the short Per-
sian lamb coat which she wore
over a black frock.

“Mm,” said Mrs. Kefauver, ap-
preciatively, “I haven't seen that
picture before.”

How did the woman from Glas-
gow become embroiled in Amer-
ieca’s top politics? The route is
not so circuitous as Mrs, Kefauver
explained it. d

“My father (that is, Clyde ship-
builder Sir Stephen Pigott) is
American. My mother came from
Tennessee. But they lived in Glas-
gow. I was born there and so were
my three sisters and brother,

“T heard a lot, of course, about
America, so in 1934 came out to
Chattanooga, Tennessee, to visit
my mother’s relatives. I was in-
troduced to a rising young lawyer



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MAY BE AMERICA

If it is Miss Ford, Miss Day
sees her sketches and materials
before designing the hats.

* .

In her new spring collection
she is using a lot of CANDY-
STRIPED materials and feather-
weight straws.

Much of her trimmings are

*

pastel-coloured feathers, us-

ually used only on winter

hats. Miss Day likes them

for an all-the-year-round

trimming,

SHE WILL also use lots of
veiling,

“The most popular shape next
Spring,” says Miss Day, “will be
the hat with the face-framing
brim.”

* *

They all blame each other

Swift shrinking, which adds to
the cost of living, takes place as
much in women’s clothes as
men’s,

Are the laundries to blame, a:
many housewives say?

I'M TOLD that they are not,
The blame should be shared be-
tween the material manufacturer
and the housewife.

Mr. Roger Diplock, the
Retail Trading Standards Asso-
ciation, believes it is “mainly the
housewife who is at fault.”

HE SAYS: “You would never
credit the things women do to
the family wash.

“They won't read instructions
on the soap packets because they
think they know it all.

“When socks go felty, it is
usually due to bad handling at
home.”

But the material
turer is also to blame.

Mr. Diplock says: “These days
manufacturers are working on a

of

manufac-

By Henry Lowrie

Estes Kefauver (he is now 48).

“I suppose I must have made an
impression on him, for next year
he followed me back to Glasgow
and we were married, It is as
simple as that. We came to live
in Americ He gradually broke
into politics and then was elected
Senator ”




Mrs, Ketauver, who only occas-
ionally la santo the Southern
drawl of her husband, does not

like to talk about the possibilities
of moving into the White House—
daughter Eleanor is much more
excited at the chance of having a
house with a swimming pool,

After all, the Senator has not
definitely said yet that he will be
a candidate, but everyone is sure
he will run, and supporter clubs
are mushrooming all over the
place, ‘

The Senator got his biggest lift
up last year when millions of
people watched him on TV as he
headed the Congressional Com-
mittee which investigated crime.

Quietly, competently he handled
the racketeers as they appeared
before him and tried to wriggle
out of answering his penetrating
questions. :

He thought it was a straw in the
wind when the lawyer who helped
the Committee, Rudolph Halley,
cashed in on the popularity of a
clean-up campaign and was swept
in the New York municipal elec-
tions as president of the Council.

When Nancy could she went
along to the Committee hearings
and still gets a thrill from the
memory that she just sat behind
racketeer Frank Costello, the man
who would allow only his hands
to be televised.

She helps Estes in his political
work, In a green sports car, she
drives him round his Tennessee
constituency meeting the voters
and boosting him at every chance,

But she does not make speeches.

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skimping the pre-shrinking.
“After weaving, cloth shoulc
be shrunk back to original
size. In too many cases now
that doesn’t happen.”
What is the solution?

IF ALL THE CLOTHES were
labelled by the maker, giving the
identity of the fabric, and house-
wives read the instructions,
clothes would not shrink so much
a therefore have a long-
er life.

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Manufacturers should be
COMPELLED wo label their
materials if they have not been
pre-shrunk.

I HAVE received from America
Mr. Russell Lynes’ new book
“Guests—or how to survive
hospitality” and
Brothers. New York).

Mr. Lynes has made a study of
party bores. He exposes:—
THE CRASHING BORE
“whose conversation weighs on
yo like a physical burden.”

THE GOOD ISTENER
“their ultimate (and sole!)

social contribution to a party

is to make bores out of other
people.”

THE FASCINATING CON-
VERSATIONALIST is one of
the most boring of bores... .

“Strictly an audience man.”
Other bores we all know:—

THE KNOW - ALL - THE -
ANSWERS ... . “Now listen
to me.”

Russell Lynes is lucky to have
missed the female BRIDGE
BORES, THE SMILING
BORES and THE UNHAPPY
MARRIAGE BORES.

Hosts and Hostesses, too have a
chapter in the book.

THE GOOD HOSTESS ....
“must be nervous—if she isn’t
nervous I am.”

THE APOLOGETIC HOSTESS
It's going to be terribly dull,”
she says.

—L.E.S.

‘S. FIRST LADY

“In the South women aren’t too
prominent,” she explained.

She makes her home in Wash-
ington. Originally a three bed-
room affair it had to be extended
as the family grew in numbers.
Two months of the year she spends
on a Tennessee farm-—"for the
sake of the children.”

She has a governess to look
after them, so she manages to get
up to the Senate building in Wash-
ington twice a week to help her
husband get through his vast pile
of letters.

She is a member of the Women’s
National Democratic Club and the
Congressional Club, “but I am not
a born club-woman,” Some of her
time goes to working for the Red
Cross and only infrequently now
she gets in a round of golf,

Modestly: “I am not very good.
I score in the late eighties.” At
that she is as good as her hus
band.

Enviously: ‘He hits a tremend-
ous ball.” Little wonder, He is
6ft. 2in., built in proportion, and
used to be star of Tennessee Uni-
versity football team, and football
in America is really rugged.

Her entertaining is almost con-
tinuous. “It is open house all the
time. Visitors from all over the
country drop in to see my husband.
Everything very informal and
hectic all the time with the chil-
dren and our two cocker spaniels.”

More room at the White House?
“Well, let’s not go into that just
now,” she remarked,

“Hey, Popsy,” she called, and the
tall, white-haired man gazing
fondly at the big picture of Estes
Kefauver turned and walked over.

“Come on, I'll drive you home.
You've got to get some rest before
the party tonight.” And she
walked out with the 81-year-old
father of Senator Kefauver.

He was chuckling to himself.
“Looks as if they're planning to
run Estes for something,” he
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Why

E left the family going thro
fire in the lounge of the villa,

—because Gracie wanted to think things out before she began talking
It had been a raw, rainy week-end, and the sea was still weav-

ing and snarling angrily over the

But. just as the day seemed about to pull its blinds down, the sun

broke through and the wind died
peaceful.

I could see that Gracie was moved by the quiet beauty and seren-
ity of this late Capri afternoon, that she, too, thought it was a little

symbolic.

I took a look at her as she gazed out across the water at a schooner
heaving in the waves, its sailing lights rising and falling like star shells.
A lovely and remarkable woman at *3, I thought.

There was no make-up on her
face and no lipstick. “It is no
use wearing lipstick when Boris
is around,” she had said. He is
definitely the type that keeps
your hair always looking ruffled.”

There was a calm expression
in the eyes that certainly had not
been there when T had last seen
her in London.

“Here,” she cried suddenly, her
head twisting round, “stop staring
at me like that or I'll call Boris,”

And then the mischievous laugh
went out of her voice as she
brought her mind back to what
she wanted to say.

“I suppose it’s really like this,”
she said. “There comes a moment
in the life of every middle-aged
woman when each time she packs
another suitcase and moves on to
some other place she dies a little.”

‘My Next....’

HE had, she said, been packing

and living out of suitcases since
she was a child.

“I began to think, ‘Look here,

‘

. lass, if you don't find yourself a

place where you can have per-
manent peace and quiet soon, the
next thing that will get packed is
you—in a coffin’. That was one of
the reasons why Boris and I de-
cided. There were other reasons,
of course, but he felt as I did.

“We both needed to put our
roots down in firm ground. Like
me, he has been a guest around
someone else’s place for over 20
years, Well, it can be very nice.

ou see all sorts of things and you
meet people.

“But both of us have got tired
at our age of saying ‘Ooh, isn’t this
a posh move?’ or ‘Isn’t this a
smashing sofa?’

“What we want to say is: ‘That
aspidistra looks terrible, but at
least it’s our very own. And so is
everything else in the house.’ ”

His Sister

PAUSE, when a tiny grey-
haired woman cameout and
handed us a drink.

It was the sister of Gracie’s late
husband Monty Banks, who has
now come to live in the villa at
Capri. Gracie waited until she had
gone, and said: “Of course, you
must not think I felt differently
avout settling down when Monty
was alive. I felt exactly the same.

“Why, I built this new bathing
centre, the Canzone del Mare, with |
a pool and restaurant and a night
club just so that Monty would
have something to keep him busy
and for me something to come
home to,”

She pointed down below to a
heart-shaped pool wedged into
a ledge in the cliff. The water in
the pool was ultramarine, Red,
yellow, and pink tables surround-
ed it,

Last summer it was alive with
brown bodies baking themselves.
Now only a sea bird sat on the
end of the white diving board and
looked very out of place.

“Well there’s the pool,” said

ADVOCATE





I Said Yes

ugh their mail in front of the log memory

“We first of all slipped

ae i : . terrace Anto friendship. I found him so
and we went out of to the terrace“. ctning te have eround,”
She giggled suddenly. “You

should have seen some of the

bony rock immediately below us. people I had to stick while they

down-—~and it was suddenly very

As the owner of a brave and
very fierce dachshund, I quickly
told her that all canines were my
friends.

figured out the best way to pro-
pose to me.” She looked me
naughtily in the eye.

“Oh yes, after Monty died I had
several proposals—and proposi-
tions too.

“But Boris just grew on me and
I on him. He bullied me a bit.
He is an independent sort of -
son and if he got bored with? the
company around he just got up
and wandered off, i

‘And it had got so that I became
more and more sorry when he

went,
“If T had come from anywhere
“Oh, yes,” she said, “Bambi is a >Ut, Laneashire—where we are
good watehdog. I suppose Bambi's

polite-like, eh lad?—-I would have | _

A

a

Twin

Playroom,
Bed Outside

PAGE SEVEN.



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Pretty hard to think of any-
|thing quite so irresistible as
this dinky convertible — this
Morris Minor now showing in

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has permanent

frear windows that cut out draft
fully opening vents on both

the reason those rumours started left the company often and gone | aoors and smartly finished in-

about my having a guard after an- ith him. terior with thick carpeting. An

nouncing my engagement to Boris.” Cash ‘A Bore’ *feasy drop hood, independent
. springing, large luggage boot

anaes pee oe ae (JER head turned sea-ward as land unbelievable economy make

‘ wer, Ob. 30h ‘we were talk- ~* another memory came back. | the oo ae Pee

ing about my feeling sorry for my- “Of course, Boris is a Slay, and Guess! only $2160, .

el ‘weren't “we luv? Well, I was *°4 know what that can mean, | i ?

downright sorry for myself. That He has got a very sensible idea Plastic Sinks — yes, indeed

about money, He thinks it is a | asic § SINKS yes, .

is why I went around working sO
hard. And then I met Boris.

“It didn’t happen at once, You
don’t fall in love at first sight,
when you are 53 and he is 48.

necessary thing to have around if |
you want to buy something, but
otherwise he considers roan
bore. And since he does not want |
to buy much (only gadgets for
radio experiments) he just doesn't

“Boris has been on the island think about it,

for 20 years and my very good
friends the Cerios—who are sort
of unecrowned kings of Capri—
have known him closely and liked
him all that time. He lives in a
flat on their property.

“But it was not until a year ago
that I met him. Well, you know
how it is.”

She looked out to sea and was

One of his

has been known to turn u
in the afternoon — and a
couple of times at eight in the
morning. He runs his life on the
lines of doing just what he wants |















obviously savouring a pleasant to do, and he seems mostly to want, 47,000 Miles and nary a pune-
to do useful or kindly things. lture, That'll solve my problem
t ‘ inyway. The tyre that gives
at sacoeeie. sernes, into | this sort of service is ATLAS
a on een Boris ha ’s at tl Esso Servicenter
CARTOONISTBETTS | s¢ attection turned into tove, And on noebuck St. ‘Take a look at
one day, Sine Ath Batterie, hen next
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WEIGHING ROOM “L am not going to pretend long lasting asset to any cat
was surpriged t do know jand immensely reliable in —
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6, Gotiee! Tite pads aa lenly enormously happy, the finest available and are in
BROGGHT The Fes and T filled up one ag pis gerhewe | cep! ith the top-flight
. with salt water. And that’s about {Keeping = owith = the PS
Blouse Auowa BY + ee ee lit f this Esso Servicen-
PUSTAKE.. it,” she said, turning to look back | dualities | of this Esso
at the house. { ter, ph. 3938,
Home i ne ee ee eo
B could see the broad figure | Announcing the arrival of:—
of Boris standing in the |
lamplight before the fire, solid |

and dependable looking.

A special kind of expression
came to Gracie’s face as she saw
him. “He is a pet, isn’t he?” she
said

“Won't it be nice to come home
for me?”

It was quite dark now for Capri
hut the sky was very clear, and it
vas obviously going to be a quiet

d peaceful evening.

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Gracie, “but, unfortunately, Monty
never saw what a success it has
become, And when he died I said
to myself: ‘Oh, heck, it is no use
sitting round here and moping.’ |
really felt like a regular Orphan
Annie. A bit resentful, too, I think
because other people around me
were happy, I just could not settle
down. ,

“I looked around at my family
and at Monty’s. They were all safe
and sound, either in their own
homes or here in Capri.

“And the only thing there seem-
ed for me to do—being the odd
man out, so to speak—was get back
to work. z

“Back to packing suitcases and
watching the sands of my life
slowly falling away, going from
place to atts again. I was 52...
and I felt it.”

Her Dog

DAMBI, Gracie’s enormous wolf-

dog, dashed towards us across
the terracé and I scuttered for
safety behind Gracie’s skirts. “It’s
all right, Bambi is a real pet,” she
said. “Don’t tell me you

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Sunday, February 3, 1952

CUSTOMS ECNTOD

COU-UraKALION in the Briush Carib-
bean has reached the stage where it is pos-
Sibie SO long as the Co-operators are con-
vinced tal tnere is something to be gained
irom co-operation.

the experience oi the Federated Cham-
bers of Commerce and of the British West
indian Sugar Association ‘support this
Sluatement, it is clear that all members de-
rive beneiits Irom these associations. The
moment that the British Caribbean is
viewed externally whether from London
or irom Uttawa the advantage of other
iorms oi co-operation are clearer to the dis-
lant opserver than to the man on the spot.

it can be stated from a distance with
every degree of conviction and sincerity
that the british Caribbean must federate
or disintegrate; that it must have Customs
Union, or become less significant through
chronic disagreements. It is so obvious to
an outsider that the only way for the Brit-
ish Caribbean to achieve recognition or
status either as political or trading units is
for them to draw closer together. All this
is so obvious from a distance, but at close
quarters conditions are changed and if the
observer happens to be an interested party
in the proposed plans for closer association
his point of view alters with his new in-
terests. He no longer asks: is this good
for the British Caribbean, but is this good
for me? He will be happy to hear that
something is good for Jamaica but if he has
identified himself with the island of Bar-
bados he wants to know first whether Bar-
badian interests have been safeguarded.
Political federation of the British Carib-
bean to-day seems further away than ever,
because no one has yet discovered a for-
mula that will simultaneously kill suspi-
cion and provide multiple benefits for all.
But even without political federation
unanimity of outlook on matters of what
appear to be “common” advantage is pre-
vented by natural caution and common
sense. The common advantages to be gain-
ed from an effective Regional Economic
Committee are sufficiently apparent to be
exempt from the general rule, although the
formation of that Committee represents a
real step on the road towards greater
Caribbean co-operation. Not so apparent
however are the undoubted advantages
that would be gained by the formation of
a British Caribbean Customs Union. Be-
fore this desirable end can be achieved
more than a change of mind and changes
of heart are required. Because potential
participants are not asking what are the
advantages to be gained by the area as a
whole from a Caribbean Customs Union,
but what are we likely to lose from mem-
bership in such a Union?

Until the world is conducted on other
lines than it is to-day, this kind of question
will always be legitimate. It is prudent to
look before you leap.

It is certain that without looking the
consequences of leaping might be disas-
trous. Yet there is between looking and
leaping an undesirable state known as
stagnation.

The question for the potential members
of the British Caribbean Customs Union
to answer is what happens if we stagnate?
Can we maintain the benefits and advan-
tages we now enjoy by retaining the status
quo? The answer might be “yes”, but it
might possibly be no.

Barbados to-day for instance seems
specially well placed to serutinise propos-
als for Customs Union because her present
trade position is favourable. From a Bar-
badian viewpoint the advantages to be
gained from Customs Union seem intang-
ible and vague, but the disadvantages are
real,

In the race to attract industries Barba-
dos is a full field behind Trinidad and sev-
eral behind Jamaica.

Both these islands have large local con-
suming markets and will be able to export
their surpluses to Barbados and other small
islands. Because of their large markets
their overhead costs of operation will be
less than those of a similar industry in
Barbados, and Jamaica. Trinidad and Brit-
ish Guiana all possess raw materials.

Barbados will almost certainly import
ten times as many goods as she will export.

Local employment would be affected by
inter Caribbean competition, which -would
¢hreaten even to-day if local industries
were not protected by the present rates
of duty. Should local industries dis-
appear as a result of inter-Caribbean
competition arising from the proclamation
of a free trade area, Barbados would not
only have more unemployed, but would
find neighbouring “Customs Union” terri-
tories like Trinidad barring Barbadians
from entry in search of employment.

Another disadvantage for Barbados
would result from a tariff rate which in-

creased the duty to be paid on manufac-
tured articles. Producers in Jamaica or
Trinidad will naturally raise the price of
their manufactures to a level only slightly
less than would be charged by producers
outside the Customs Union. Barbados as
an importer would therefore pay more
than at present and the duty it now levies



SUNDAY ADVOCATE :



will be diverted to the producers of Trini-
dad and Jamaica.

Similarly the rice producers of British
Guidna cannot be expected to sell rice at
the price level it would reach if Barbados
abolished duties on rice. Instead rice would
be sold here for just a fraction less than
the price which would have to be paid to
an exporter outside the Union. If Barbados
seems to benefit little from a Customs
Union the position of the Leewards and
the Windwards will be worse.

The disadvantages that will almost cer-
tainly accrue to Barbados as a result of
the unequal competition which will be a
consequence of a tariff designed to encour-
age local industries, are patent.

If it were possible to detail a list of ad-
vantages which would offset Barbados’
probable losses, then a case could be made
out.

Unfortunately the only advantages that
are patent affect the Union as a whole, and
appear to be more heavily weighted in fa-
vour of British Guiana, Trinidad and Ja-
maica than of any of the other potential
members. But the question cannot be left
begging. Barbados possibly can continue
to exist and function on its own outside a
Customs Union and outside a_ political
federation, but the Leewards and Wind-
wards cannot.

Will Barbados derive sufficient compen-
sations as a member of a Customs Union
with international status to offset the
trading disadvantages she seems certain
to experience from that membership? Who
can tell?



For Drivers

THIS week new emblems will be seen
on cars the drivers of which are members
of the Barbados Automobile Association.

Since March 1951 membership of this
association has increased from 94 to 325.
Some of its activities include championship
of third party insurance and the pro-
vision of car park facilities in Bridgetown.
The Association has also achieved federa-
tion with the Automobile Association of
the United Kingdom and hopes soon to be
affiliated with the Automobile Association
of Trinidad.

The Automobile Association of Barbados
has been in existence since 1928 but since
March 1951 it has entered on a new phase
of activity and can play a useful role in
making the roads safe for those who use
them.

A membership of 325 is not good enough
for an island where car owners exceed
three thousand. e

But it is a useful membership and will
no doubt grow as car owners realise what
benefits can be derived from membership
of an automobile association,

Barbados is a small island and thickly
populated but sooner or later all car own-
ers experience flat tyres or engine trouble
on the road, where assistance is not read-
ily available. The provision by the Auto-
mobile Association of a twenty-four hour
recovery and repair service would be a
popular service but the Association needs
many more new members before it can
embark on activities that will increase
expenditure,

The membership of the Association now
costs six dollars per year and extension
of the Association’s activities must depend
on the number of members. So far only
a minority of car owners have joined. Yet
all drivers benefit from its activities. The
provision of an extra car park in Bridge-
town has eased considerably the parking
problems of the City. The placing of mobile
signs during race meetings, cricket matches
and on other occasions is advantageous to
all users of the road. The present cam-
paign the Association is running in an
effort to secure the co-operation of planta-
tion owners in freeing corners of sugar
canes before cutting fields proper, will, if
successful, benefit every driver and cyclist
of Barbados.

This campaign deserves the support of
vestrymen and members of the Legislature.

The Association is also active in advocat-
ing the painting of orange coloured strips
on the road to advise motorists of the pres-
ence of pedestrian crossings. It is constant-
ly pressing for the removal of obstacles to
vision at corners and it is compiling lists
of suggestions aimed at making driving in
Barbados safer and more pleasant.

Another activity of the Automobile
Association is the compilation of a list of
chauffeurs, who are tested for hearing and
sight. Such a list should add to the safety
-of the roads, but it seems incredible that
the Police should not satisfy themselves
of a chauffeur’s ability to see and hear
before licenses are issued. :

The response that car owners have made
to the Automobile Association is fair only.
If the Association is to play a full part in
making the roads more safe and in raising
the standards of road courtesy, then mem-

bership of the Association must be more .

broadly based.

Since the Association exists for the bene-
fit of all car owners and is planning an’
extension of its services to the drivers of’

heavy vehicles, no fault can be laid at their .

door. On the other hand those of us whe
can join but who have not yet joined are
limiting the scope and activities of the
Association. Safe roads will give greater
protection to the island than compulsory
third party insurance.

The Association needs our support.

SUNDAY, FEBRUARY 3, 1952



~The Water You Drink |

ONE of ‘the surest methods a
politician can employ to earn
popularity with his constituents
who live in the country is to. ask
a question about water. “Is the
responsible member of the Exe-
cutive Committee aware that the
residents of X—village have to
walk two miles to the nearest
standpost?” No politician repre-
senting a country district can fail
to get the approval of his con-
stituents by asking such a ques-
tion, even though the allocation
of priority to country standposts
rests with the vestry and not with
the responsible member of the
| Executive Committee.

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The provision of water in Bar-
bados is in competent hands and
| the Chief Engineer has set as his
target “a water supply of suita-
ble pressure and constant flow
to cover the island in such a
manner that no major additions
and alterations will be necessary
a generation after completion.”

That is his target, but the Chie®
Engineer is well aware of the
difficulties that have to be sur-
mounted,

“The water supply of the
island,” he says in an official
report, “is generally speaking at
the present moment at its lowest
ebb. It is only with the great-
est difficulty that the supply is
maintained. The old plant and
pipes are giving up the unequal
struggle and it is early for what
new plant is installed to appre-+
ciably assist.”














































The picture is not however one
of unrelieved gloom. “Improve-
ment, however slow, should
manifest itself in the near fu-
ture.” Under these conditions it is
not surprising that country par-
ishes appear to be neglected and
are often annoyed at the number
of pipes and standposts alloted to
Bridgetown and its suburbs, But
the countryside has nothing like
the same danger from fire risks
that exist in the densely built up
areas of Bridgetown and its sub-
urbs, The main source of supply
for Bridgetown and its suburbs
is Belle pumping station. Here
six million gallons*of water will
eventually be pumped daily. A
new Electric Pumping Station is
to be completed this year. The
question of electrical supply and
permanent standby plant is un-
der consideration by the Water-
works Advisory Committee at
present.

Outside Bridgetown and_ its
suburbs the main sources’ of
supply are Newcastle and College

Springs, Coles Cave, Harrisons’

AMERICAN COLUMN:

By R. M. MacCOLL

Britan’s Foreign Office is
charged by the Washington corres-
pondent of the New York Herald-
Tribune with having “pulled the
rug out from under the feet of
both the British and American
Governments,” through its official
spokesman’s statement watering
down Mr. Churchill’s Washington
pledges on Red China,

“Just as Americans were begin-
uing to fecl « sense of relief that
Britain and the United States were
working together in their policies
towards Korea and Red China, the
Foreign Office throws a monkey
wrench into the machinery.”

And the writer charges: “If the
Communists had agents in the For-
eign Office they could not have
done more than was accomplished
in diluting the strength of the
Churchill pledge.

‘It revives in Congress the im-
pressions that the British are
‘tricky’ — impressions which
Churchill did so much to dispel.”

It is stated that Mr. Churchill
“had been stabbed in the back,”
and fears are expressed that there
is now doubt about the Prime Min-

Our Readers

Trade Plan
To The Editor, The Advocate—

your business subscribers,
Yours truly,
O. H, JOHNSON & CO.,

American Republic Division
Office of International Trade
Washington 25. D.C,

Dee., 13, 1951.

British West Indies Trade Liberali-
zation Plan Expanded and
Modified

As a result of negotiations be-
tween the United Kingdom and
Canadian Governments, and sub-
sequent discussions between the
Jnited Kingdom and United States
Governments concerning the
U.K. — Canadian revised plan,
there will be a modification fn the
operation .of the British West In-
dies Trade Liberalization Plan.
The most significant modification,
insofar as United States exporters
are concerned, is the abolition of
the commodity list and quotas
(see our BIS release, Revision
No, 1, December, 1950, Effective
January 1, 1952, the participating
colonies—Jamaica, Trinidad, Bar-
bados, British Guiana, British
Honduras, Leeward Islands, Wind-
ward Islands, and Bahamas
Islands—will be furnished a quan-
tity of dollar exchange, over and
above normal dollar requirements
for essential imports, with which
Yo purchase United States goods.
The type of goods purchased will
be at the discretion of the indi-
vidual colonies and will consist of
items which, in the opinion of
the colonial authorities, will be
ef most value to the individual
local economy. The revised Plan
is, in effect, an extension of the
individual colony's already ex-
isting import license programme
which will permit the importa-
tion to the extent of the addi-
tional dollar exchange allocated
to the colonies of commodities not
considered essential under the
regular import programme and
heretofore not ordin:zily imported
from a dollar area,

*
This approach was adopted by

the United States
for a two-fold reason:

Government
(1) Te



eAdvocate. It

4
By George Hunte

and Bakers Springs;
bowmanston stream.
Newcastle and College Springs

ana

Supply the parish of St. Philip
and augment the “supply from
Beile Pumping Station to Bridge-
town. Coles Cave, Harrison's

and Bakers springs assist the sup-
ply to St. Thomas and ‘the north
of ,St.. Michael... Bowmanston
Stream is responsible for nearly
two-thirds of the island, practi-
cally all except Bridgetown and
its suburbs.

Under existing plans for re-
organisation Neweastle and Col-
lege Springs will continue to
supply St. Philfp and will cover
the coastline from Martin's Bay
northwards to Cattlewash, re-
lieving the sea shore of the ex-
cessive pressure to which it is
subjected at present. Coles Cave,
Harrison’s and Baker Springs wil!
be taken out of commission al-
together as it is a small supply

that is. liable to contamination.
Its output will then penetrate
down throue’ the coral ‘to the

benefit of the sheet water under
Belle Pumping Station. “The old
steam engines and pumps instal-
Jed. at Bowmanston in 1890 and
1900," writes the Chief Engineer
in an official report, “are literally
falling to pieces, and the work of
the former has lecen replaced by
two electrical submersible pumps,
fixed under water at the bottom
of the well. These are being as-
sisted by boosting through a third
electrical pump fixed in the Bow-
manston reservoir.”

The 1900 steam pumps cannot
he superannuated completely
until it is known whether and
where an additional water sup-
ply of adequate quantity ‘and
quality can be obtained. A
mobile boring. plant ‘has just ar-
rived and will be used to deter-
mine whether another .source is
available.

If so, this should prove much
more economical and satisfactory
than pumping additional water
from the Bowrmanston stream,
which is discoloured. after heavy
ram in the northern part of St.
John. The Everton steam engines
and pumps erected in 1935 will
act as standby to the whole elec-
trically operated system of Bow-
manston in ¢ase of stoppage of
@lectric power as the result of
hurricane or other trouble,

The North and West Coasts of
Barbados are to get more water.
A.well has been sunk into the
sheet water between Farm and
Mullins in St. Peter and water
will be pumped direct into the
existing TOSERY OH, at Warleigh.

Whitehall ‘Spanner In Works’

ister’s ability to. make good speci-
fie pledges.

CHIROPODY

DR. E. G. BUSKE, president of
the Wisconsin Society of Chiropod-
ists comes up with a brandnew
charge about TV. He says it is giv-
ing children bad feet because they
spend so much time sitting watch -
ing it’ that their feet do not get
enough exercise,

CRITICS
THE FILM COMPANY con-
cerned with the handling of “Tom
Brown’s Schoolcdays” *in the U.S.
writes to point out that while «
New York newspaper did “pan”
the film, as I reported, many other
papers and magazines have given
it an excellent reception. I am only

too pleased to hear it.

MEMORIES

A FANTASTIC and rocket-like
career of the roaring '20s is re-
called with the death in Covington.
Kentucky, of 73-year-old George
Remus.

Remus snatched eagerly at the
opportunities of Prohibition, He
went to Cincinnatti
pyramided a bootlegging business
which at its peak made £5,000 a

Say ne

aveid discrimination in the selec-

tion of commodities including in
SIR,—The attached information the Plan and (2) to permit maxt-
supplied by Department Of Com- â„¢um utilization of the dollars al-
merce Washington will no doubt located to the cofonies bearing in
be of great interest to many of Mind the existing and potential
certain commodities
included. in the
The amount ot
additiona] dollu; exchange avail-
DEPARTMENT OF COMMERCE able to all participating colonies
for imports from the United States
approximately
was
available under the Plan. in 1951;
total cost of U.S. exports. under
ted to

scarcity of
which are how
commodity list,

in 1952
double

will, be

the amount . which

the Plan in 1952 is exp
be $5° million, Information con-
cerning the share of each colony
in the division of the $5 million
is not available,

Canadian participation in the
revised Plan for 1952 will follow
the Jines laid out in the original
Plan, with the commodity list
being expanded and the per-
centages for commodities on the
“B” list being raised from 331/3
per cent to 40 per cent.

O, H. JOHNSON & CO.,

Bridgetown,
28th January 1952,
31/1/52.



* The Empire Must’ Not
Break Up?
To The Editor, The Advocate—

SIR,—Kindly allow me te hark
back to Lord Beaverbrook’s
article on this subject, which

you published in last Sunday’s
links up to some
extent with my contribution with
the caption “Besmirched”, which
appeared two days earlier,
because—as I hold—the method
of holding the Empire together
and maintaining its good name
which I suggested is not only
superior to Lord) Beaverbrook’s
but the only one that will do so

in the present changeful and
critical period in international
affairs.

That is, may I repeat, the

cheerful recognition of the rising

tide of national feeling and
aspirations on the part of the
smaller peoples and _ British
Colonies, and the provision of
friendly conferences and conces-
sions, followed by fresh building

tn harmony with that spirit
those aims.
Here is a

anc

central paragraph

and there ,

boscobelle, Speightstown and tbe }
lower part of St. Lucy will bene-
fit. The electric submersible}
pumps are. expected soon and}
will be brought into use as
quickly as possible. Pipes have
been ordered for the East Coast
with the intention of providing
anew main which will run on
the top of the cliff from Parish
Hill to Edge Cliff and will drop
dewn the eliff to join the old main
at the Southern end of the cab-
bage Palm avenue above Foster
Hall. This main will circumvent
the slipping hill sides above
Glén Burnie and Foster Hall.
At Seawell airport where pas-
sengers arriving in Barbados for
the first tume had been unfavour-
ably impressed by the water
available-for lavatory use, a new
main has been laid connecting
with the Fort George system.

Over 10 miles of 3-inch and 4-
inch diameter pipes are on order
and have started to arrive. These
pipes will make possible the erec-
tion of more standposts, The new
arterial main system covering
Bridgetown and its suburbs, in
20-inch, 18-inch and 15-inch di-
ameter pipes is well advanced.
The 18-inch main from Belle to
Codrington Research Station has
reached its destination at the top
of Spooners Hill. It will eventu-
ally continue in smaller diameters
to the Lazaretto where it will
connect with the existing West
Coast main.

“But there is still much investi-
gation,” writes the Chief Engin-
eer in his official report’ to be
undertaken in the distribution
system of Bridgetown and _ its
suburbs. Many of the mains are
now too small due to residential
and commercial development,
resulting in pressures too low-for
adequate fire fighting in case of
conflagration. Other residential
developments have no water ser-
vice at all.

The supply to Bridgetown and
its suburbs needs revision as a
comprehensive unit, and the new
arterial main system is the back-
bone to such a unit.”

The difficulties are many: “the
water supply of the island is
generally speaking at its lowest
ebb;”’ but a general and steady
improvement is being made. e
people of Barbados and the poli-
ticlans who keep a watchful eye

no major addition or alterations
will be necessary for a generation
after completion.”

day. His personal fortune was esti-
mated at £7,000,000, The swimming
pool alone at his sumptuous home
cost #35,000.

But in October of ’27 he shot
ond killed his wife. There followed
a very long murder trial, and after
that—-because the Remus lawyers
had pleaded insanity—legal squab-
bles about the state of his mind.

The fortune went almost as
quickly as it had come. In his last
years “the King of the Bootleg-
gers” lived with his memories in
one room of a boarding house.

Enter MacA

THE NAME of General Mac-
Arthur was entered today for the
Illinois primary election by Mr.
Lars Daly, of Chicago, director of
the MacArthur for President Club.
Also entered are Senator Robert
Taft (“Mr. Republican”), and Mr.
Harold Stassen, another Republi-
can leader. Polling: April 8.

Primary elections choose candi-
dates for the party conventions
which in turn nominate one man
to stand for president.

General Eisenhower's
-down for the New
primary on March 11.

name its
Hampshire

from Beaverbrook: —

-“There is no doubt the Empire
“is damaged. Great territories
“and industrial and commercial
‘assets are dropping away to the

“accompaniment of hoots and
“jeers from mobs inflamed wit!
“hatred.”

Here is another, the remedy
suggested at the end’ of the
article: —

“Britain must not lose the

“the Empire, The British people | -

“must not lose the will to defend |

“it. They can only guard what is
“left by re-asserting their will.

“they will no longer tolerate out-
“side nations or international
“bodies playing forfeits with
“British rights and property.”

Is it not clear that the writer
of this last paragraph, in fact the
whole article, is not keeping step
with the changing times? Is it not
very plain that he does not
recognise that the old methods of
possession and control, military
economic, administrative, are no
now suitable and efficient, and
must give way to friendly accep
tance of the newsprint and con-
ciliatory concessions?

Further, I think it is quite
clear _that.to a very large exten: |
the ‘Empire, ean. be maintaine: }
and carried’ on with increasin: |
New Commonwealth” |
the name of that very fine |
Monthly Journal whieh has }
taken the place of the old “Crown | |
Colonist”. Common ideologies, | (
ways of living, frequent visita) }
tions, co-operation in the

improvement of material condi- 1}
tions “and moral culture, the |)
extension of local government

— to ue

even the increasing use of English |
as a lingua generate, are ihe}
strongest bonds to hold people
together. This is being chi |
illustrated today by the addition |
of new Dominions to the Com- |
monwealth and by the conferring |
of increasing independence and
local governing responsibilities in |
various parts of the Empire,}
including the West Indies, and it
is remarkable that at the
moment Britain should _ have }
stood up so rigidly against Persia |)
and Egypt {{





Yours truly, \
F. G.












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By ROSE-MARY SANDS

~4 VAULU2\ iLisk and Music

Hall tnrive in Britain 1 provaply
jargely due to the fact tnat from
infancy every London child is ac-
customed to see entertainers o!
all sorts in the streets around nim:
in the gutter, on the corners, in
fairs and market places. Some,
jike Punch and Judy, the ftire-
eater, the eoscapologist and the
hurdy-gurdy he now sees infre-
quently, but the accordionist, the
singer, the harmonium playér an.
the violinist he knows as well cs
he comes to know the policeman
who moves on all the entertainers
—known and unknown.

Street entertainers are vaude-
ville in embryo, and in decay.
They are professional entertainers
in-season and with opportunity,
although for quite a number of
them their days on the Stage are
finished and their only livelihood
lies in their appeal to the loyal
and sentimental publie of the
Streets, but whether they are full-
time street entertainers or only
on the “beat” between engage-
ments in circus, music halls, or oc-
casional television, their ethics
towards each other are the same.
Amongst this fraternity is no
“dog-eat-dog”, but a tolerance
and courtesy they never use
amongst their profesisonal stage
or circus comrades. No street
entertainer starts his performance
until the “turn” before has
finished and collected and cleared
away; none would cut-in on
another or “jump” the queue
another was working.

To see street entertainers you
need go no farther than the
cinema and thestre queues. On
Sundays, cinemas in London open
mid-afternoon and in fine weather
there are short queues for the
cheaper seats. Here is the happy
henting ground for _ buskers.
(Street entertainers be come
“buskers” when they work
queues.)

The one-man band, the funny
man with jokes and patter, dodg-
ing the traffic to oblige with
his tap-dance; the paper-tearer
making tablecloths and ladders
and flowers from coloured sheets
of tissue-paper; these people re-
ceive no particular consideration
either from the traffic, passer-by
or gold-braided commissionaire
outvide the c:nema, but have to get
and hold their audience, and have
the cap passed round in less than





Ses HOW GRIM
TO BE MARRIED
CoE NGT TS |

By GEORGE MALCOLM THOMSON

o> A

THOMAS CARLYLE: The life

and Idea of a Prophet. By
Julian Symons. Gollancz. 2\1s.
308 pages,

Having discarded one half of
the religion of his Calvinistic
fathers, Thomas Carlyle made
himself the prophet of the other
half. He descended on London in
the thirties of last century to
preach the virtues of work and
silence.

He brought with nivi a sense
of mission, a clever wife and a
tendency to constipation.

He was afflicted by noise, fools poo

and the popular superstitution
that man’s chief aim in life is
the pursuit of happiness. He dis-
liked Tories (especially the
“Hebrew conjuror” Disraeli).
Liberals (especially the windbag

Glaastone), the idle rich and the
lazy poor. The whole “literary
eanaille” he looked upon with

contempt. "

DICKENS was a good, cheery
little fellow whose theory of life
was utterly wrong. He thought
men ought to be buttered up!
Still, Dickens was worth some-
thing—say a penny, to read of
an evening.

TENNYSON was tolerable,
because he was a big man and a
powerful smoker. He was the
only English poet of the age
whom Carlyle did not advise to
try prose instead,

Action, revolution, a complete
sweeping away of the accumu-

1952



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five minutes for another is wait-
ing to work the queue whilst it
exist and hag money to spare.

The theatre queues attract the
“ex-pro” who will treat the
amused and patient onlooker and
theatre-goer to his version of the
famous soliloquy shortly to be
heard inside in all its pomp and
splendour. The busker’s attempt,
an many cases, lacking only the
youthful fire and velvet robe. The
theatre queues also get the funny
men and Bango Charlie with his
Spoons, but the old, old man who
Btocd on a bucket, head down in
the middle of the street must
either have taken up a job more
6uitable to his age. or have run
out of buckets.

Times change, and the taste of
patrons changes with it. Why,
for example, should the fire-eater
have given up his job preferriny
to go and work in a brewery?
What can the making of beer hold
for a man who can dowse fire in
his mouth and emit it as black
smoke? Whe could chew glass
and swallow it? Who could
swallow a sword? One likes to
think that only the promise of a
regular weekly pay packet would
seduce such a talented entertainor
from amongst us for certainly, the
nassageway between Wigmore
Street end Oxford Street—in a
@mall square by the fishmonger,
is the poorer and no other “re-
eater has arisen to renlace him

Until last summer, when the
police got more active than usual
and the local council decided to
neaten and make a formal garden
of it, the square of the siree.
entertainers was immediately be-
hind Trafalgar Square, bordered
by a public house and the statuc
of the great actor, Henry Irving.
Any day, spring, summer and
early autumn you could have join-
ed the large crowd of clerks
typists, “nothing-particular-to
do”, shoppers and odd men out,
who, on their way to lunch, o1
strolling before the next job,
passed the time of day watching
the entertainers. New for that
type of Londoner was the girl with
red hair, who painted. She at-
tracted an interested and re-
cherché crowd and earned a
reasonable livelihood that way
with no commission to pay a
gallery and plenty of publicity.
At her heels was. the pavement
artist. He proved that all his work

was what Carlyle looked for.
The Chartist movement caught
his eye. Hope for England lay

there perhaps. ;

On the day of the promised
uprising of the people, he set out
manfully from his house in
Cheyne Row. Unfortunately, he
forgot to take his umbrella and
the rain began. After sheltering
for a little in Burlington Arcade
the philosopher of revolution
took the bus home,

In any case, he was now so
foolish as to think that the people,
r wretches could govern
themselves. They were as bad as
the aristocracy of whom Carlyle
said, with savage irony. “What
do those highly beneficial indi-
viduals do to society for their
wages? Kill partridges, Can this
last? No, by the soul of man,”
etc,, etc.

s * %
When his brother John, who
was travelling physician to a
countess, ventured to argue that

he had not seen enough of the
aristocracy to understand them,

the prophet’s eye flashed, “No,
perhaps not, sir. I was never
attached to any Nobleman or

noble woman in capacity of
flunkey or in any ménial capacity
whatever. The doctor, crushed
and penitent, sent his brother a
length of tweed for a suit.

But brother John was in the
end justified. For Carlyle fells
under the spell of the formidable
Lady Ashburton, frequented her

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MONCKTON MILNES: THE
FLIGHT OF YOUTH. By

James Pope-Hennessy. Con-
stable. 25s, 272 pages.
THE life of Monckton Milnes
(born 1809, Mayfair; died 1885,
Vichy) is the story of a dille-
tante and a failure, The first
(and better) volume of Pope-
Hennessy's frank biography of
this Victorian notable was en-
titled The Years of Promise.
The second is called The Flight
of Youth. For youth has flown,
but promise has not been real-

ised

What, asks the
reader, did Monckton Milnes
really do? As much (the an-
swer may be) as any son of a
rich manufacturing family with
7,500 acres of land and a rent-
roll of £11,000 a year can be
expected to do.

In that case, why should he
have impressed himself on his
age to the extent that he did?
There are several reasons. He
was the rejected suitor of Flor-

ence Nightingale. He was kind
to struggling genius, like Swin-
burne. He collected famous
men, like Carlyle. He was a
social entrepreneur, who gath-
erec at his famous breakfast
parties distinguished personali-
ties who would not otherwise
have met one another.
‘Glib, pushing’

He had some talent. One of
his poems has reached the Ox-
ford Book of English Verse.

LIBRARY LIST

MONTROSE, By C. V.
Wedgwood, Collins, 7s. 6d.,
158 pages. Montrose, a Scot-



was his own by chalking, then ‘secret heart of hearts, gloatingly
and there, a storm at sea, in pastel, hope that this time, something
and London soot. The entertain- will go a little wrong and yonn..»
ers proper were of two kinds—a will not be able to do his ese...
feat of strength and a feat of quite alone. The more, cynical
daring and the crowd loved both and experienced amongst us know
indiscriminately. that the hope is forlorn, The
The act of strength consisted of trick holds yet again. The chain
a stout piece of rope and twelve is thick and well turned, the knots
willing members of the audience heavy and tight—and yet, as eve:
whose job it was to try and (for it is his job) Johnny escapes;
strangle the gentleman they were writhing, twisting and making o
paying to entertain them. Ac ~-n great upheaval, giving the crowds
extra precaution, the collection their money’s worth—be it copper
was made before the rope war or silver.
twisted round the neck. Six me» Naturally, the king of the
on each end then put their whole escapologists would not be exvect-
weight on it and the muscles on ed to bow his knee before official-
the neck of the daring man quite dom's; Nav: removed his West
unnerved the faint-hearted in the End playground. He has easily
crowd. His wife, however. as- escaped to Petticoat Lane where,
sured us that he could do this ~ although the purse= are thinner,
dozen times a day; that he regu- the gusto is as great and the pér-
larly did it all winter in the cirews. formances as regular.

and that they would be on the whe street musicians are a
road by evening heading for one yegular part of London’s enter-
of the fairs being nr out Of ‘tainment. Win and Bill, who sing
London. They ran their own car. and play in the shopping centres

The act of daring is Johnny of Oxford Street and Charing
Tucker, the escapologist. He 1s Cross Road; Win so crippled in

puzzled



sh Presbyteri, p-
introduced by his partner as the body and so healthy in lungs. man, ecidi&e tna poet erent
man who cannot be kept tied up The accerdionists of all ages—the his life’ in serving the
in a sack—no, not even when that rare barrel organ, nowadays with-

‘tuarts and lost it through

sack is tied with sixty feet of link out, the mournful velvet-jacketed them. Story of a noble mis-

chain, A sack is produced and monkey who stole hearts and take.

Jonnny steps in, ‘tne ‘cords are pennies with equal ease. Unem- HOW TO LIVE 100
tied tightly and the chains whip- ployea musicians take to the YEARS. By Luigi Cornaro.
ped round him to the terrified gutters, but seldom does one see ‘Health for All.” 5s., 93
pleasure of the youngest in the a pair of college-trained violinists pages. Four centuries ago
crowd. Then comes the first ex- sueh as haunted the select alley an Italian nobleman wrote
hortation. Can we stand mute by a church in Regent Street. this book of instructions.

and with our hands folded whilst They advertised on placards on He almost proved it right

Johnny faces death — or worse? their backs that although they by living into his niney-
The cap is passed from hand to would like employment their ninth year.

hand and the second exhortation reason for playing in public was MY FELLOW DEVILS.
starts, Is a man’s possible demive ¢o give the passers-by an oppor- By L. F. Hartley. James
worth only a copper—a f.rthing, tunity of hearing Johannn Sebas- SSerses 12s. 6d., 413 pages.
a cent? If, for a moment, one tian Bach and Mozart played by Miah distinguished, its
amongst us had thought to see a professional players! Their music GHting , tedious, its iheme
street entertainer as part of Lon- was very sweet and doubtless a the the neing — a novel on
den’s free offerings to increase the far-sighted impresario snapped up - threadbare topic of con-
gaiety of nations, our disillusion- their talents. version,

ment is complete. The scathing London has retained, even in
tongue and well-worked_invective this dulled industrial age, some-
cgainst those at the edge of the thing of the gaiety and colour that
crowd who wish to see but do not was hers, by repute, when
wish to contribute might be bear- Chaucer’s tales were told and
able if, at that moment, Johnny, visiting jesters and troubadours
prone on the ground and hideously invented their tales of wit and
chained, did not elect to give a beauty. London is a traditional
groan and mighty heave. At last town and through the years the
the final copper has been flung traditions are winnowed; but the
on to the stones; the final silver street entertainer stay perennial-
sixpence carefully taken by the ly fresh and alive with the »ge-
waiting wife and child. The big cla belief still in their minds—
moment is upon us and not one that a laugh deserves silver and
in the crowd who does not, in his silver buys food and lodging.

i ,

He spoke pompously in Parlia-
ment for liberal causes, hoped
in vain for office. Each speech,
said Disraeli, was worse than
the one before, He was an in-
riguer and a gossip. He kept
his friends, but not their con
fidences,

A faint air of absurdity clings
to him. The liking of ‘his ac-
Quaintances stopped short of
admiration, Carlyle found him
“a most bland, smiling, semi-
quizzical, affectionate, high-
bred, Italianised little man who
has long olive-blond hair, a
dimple, next to no chin.” Black-
woods Magazine dismissed him



Jane was the harder-hearved
and more perceptive of the two,

She Te oo, It oe : “glib, Nena eaeng, con-
household do © unhappi- dent, unabashed.”
ness, yet it seemed ee if Failure
either would have been more Hardl tet

y y a monarch in Europe
nappy aT tees rPate, Wee could review his troops but
ane qa i omas ere d wi Monckton Milnes would be
extravagance and sincerity, toate in his Yorkshire militia

»< gq Uniform.

sake ian neice on this The chief crisis in this second
earnest tempestuous Victorian half of his life is semi-comic,
menage, laying more emphasis Time is the closing stages of the

Crimean War; Milnes is happily
married; accepts political fail-
ure but is not reconciled to it
He said: “The worst part of
failure is the envy of the suc-
cessful. It is impossible to be
just at once to them and to our-
selves,”

Feeling that he must hpve
some reward for his political
services, Milnes sought a peer-
age, ‘the token of a half-suc-
cess in life’—for his father, It
was not>the first time he had
tried to confer such a benefit.

After an earlier effort, Pee!
had once written to him, “Out
of respect of your father, I ad-
vise him to retain the distinc-

than is usual on its comedy, He
her for years, refused to see how holds the balance evenly between
the association pained his wife, Man and wife, He is sympha-
Jane and began to think that in thetic but not reverent. He
the aristocracy might, after all, writes to a nice length,

lie England’s hope. PANZER LEADER. By Gen-
eral Heinz Guderiven. Michael
Joseph. 35s. 528 pages.

This is a book whiah shouri
be read and pondered by all
tempted to _— a In

; this famous erman tank gen-
that Jane looked eral’s account of his war they
will find plenty of reasons to
pause and think again.

*

The sardonic apostle of work
even wrote of Lady Ashburton’s
“grand and noble endurance of
want of work.” He did not mean
to be funny.

No wonder
on the friendship with sour
sarcasm and a jealousy which
she was not woman of the world
enough to hide—and which any
man but a_ philosopher would
have detected.

It is on the face of it an honest
record by a man who is temper-

amentally incapable of seeing tion of not being a baronet.”
The servant problem was a any problem save from the Ger- He sulked
constant plague. One maid, man point of view, Russian This time, through Palmer-
whom Jane had trusted, not only atrocities, the Anglo-American — ston——and after immense lobby-
gave rowdy parties, but was “air terror’, the hanging of jing by Milnes—a letter was sent

delivered of an illegimate child Keitel and Jodi after Nuremberg
in the house. A scene of supreme — a, ber pean with
drama was a controlle ndignation py one
, as DAFECWAY AVG us went biMily off to attach
“While she was in labour in Poland and was disgusted by the
the small room at the end of aggression on Russia only because
the dining-room, Mr. Carlyle it was a strategic blunder.

was taking tea in the dining~ Hitler’s chief blunders, as seen
room with Miss Jewsbury talk— by Guderian:

to the elder Milnes in York-
shire. He was an upright, level-
headed Unitarian, who, without
consulting his family sent the
Prime inister a note cour-
teously declining the peerage.

Disraeli noted the son's “des-
pair” and (wrongly) attributed
the refusal to old Milnes’s de-

to him!” ‘ sire ify hi >| ilnes
Conscious of her unused FAILING to attack the British at tind oat sano ts eee
talents, her fading looks, her _, Dunkirk? ; ! Pd

made matters worse by derid-
ing the notion that the peerage
was offered in recognition of his
son's merits,

The wound festered for seven
years when Milnes his father

weakened hold on the contuma- FAILING to attack Gibraltar

cious genius she had married, through Spain;

Jane gave herself up to self-pity ids

end’ Wespiehrass. When in ATTACKING Russia;

spoke to Carlyle of the blind POSTPONING the 1941 attack on
adulation with which the wives Moscow until the campaign in

being dead, received a barony
of great men make them look the Ukraine was completed. His friends, who had called
ridiculous, he said. “In that WORLD COPYRIGHT him “Lord Tattle of Scandal,”
ern I have been most merci- RESERVED had now to call him Lord
fully spared.” —LE.S. Houghton,





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They Called Him Lord
Tattle Of Scandal

By George Maleolm Thomson

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_There was however a less-
known side of Milnes apart
ftom’ the public work which

Queen Victoria recognised with
a peerage. The Dictionary of
National Biography demurely
ances at it. “He had many
ine tastes and some coarse
ones.” His first biographer d
that genealogical histories, ra
German treatises, a wonder
collection of criminal




e
ful
trials
were “but a few of the subjects

iNustrated in his unique
library.”

It was an understatement
Milnes ‘gathered together in

Fryston, his Yorkshire seat, one
of the most complete porno-
graphic libraries in Europe, Be-
fore leaving for church on a
Sunday morning, he would
genially indicate to his guests
the choicer items in an astound-
ing collection which, among
other “treasures” included the
works of the Marquis de Sade

Milnes’s chief adviser in ob-
taining such books was a

yehopathic Englishman livin;
n Paris named Fred Hankey,
son‘of a general. This macabre
individual (thought to have
died in an asylum) had the
head of “some emaciated anc
ecstatic young priest” and man-
ners of exquisite sweetness. He
had a taste for cruelty, but
thought it wicked to kill ani-
mals for food. One of the vol-
umes in his library in Paris wa
bound in human skin

Hankey became known t
French authors, who spread the

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clear, was half-corrupted be-
fore he reached the shelves a
Fryston,

In the company
amiable man, whose characte
had a curious streak, Jame
Pope-Hennessy conducts an in-
teresting tour of the Victorian
world, with glimpses of some of
its darker corners.

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Committee-man or in as fits are enhanced. And indeed, in |
I rather like the Canadian the case may be is instance, even more so in the |
- mr 4 e approach to this question. The Why? Because the S« terests of the mech — ee
¢ | § t Ganadian Boy Scouts Associa- is looking after your boy or your Federation of the est Indies;
Major Griffit h Ss Broac cas jtion requires the existence of neighbour’s b bo I ithout casting any reflection , Seid 7a) _ to nee aD one
the Group Committee first and will b ve - mar OMoerroy ian and statesman I am | Stars inde ie skit of Pundit Tabore,
Major J. E. Griffith, Island Scout Commissioner gave the Group afterwards. With us, What manner of ma | he be ‘ ined to believe that fed- | 7° /S% mpst famous Astrologer, who bY | -
} , Serie Friday sht on the meth- patterned om the English way, Onc he ( y, a n more likely te be appiying the
a broadeast over Rediffusion on Friday night on th the Group is first formed and credit to his island } e one to achieved in the hearts and minds | ancient saigeee to
ods of Scouting then the Scoutmaster tries to fill the places of those who now and deeds of the youth of the | sil mae
This was the second of a series of broadcasts to awaken establish a Group Committee, manage affairs? Or one for whom colonies — and portion a 2 ble reputa-
interest in the move me nt. generally failing to do so, The the community h _no use, a Scout youth who ean and ise | ton’ The a
I t t onus of selecting the Scoutmas- wastrel, a parasite? The answer regard ideas of fear, distrust and jeuracy « is
ab s tay 5 ~ wy - â„¢ ts a ters now falls on the already depends on what manner of boy jealousy as a result of embracing ened poocti-
nat + ed ee tease A om ar burdened Assistant Commis- he is today and for that you are the principles which Scouting-80 | cif advice cou-
iieds—ana 1 promis i to dea sioner unable to give this mat- responsible. Look to it! worthily fosters. Good seta) ) in his
with the Methods it employs t ter the attention it deserves. The Chief to Barbados! eo
achieve and attain these Aims and This may account for the large In the few minutes left I would aa | lation. Finances,
Objects when next I had the priv- number of Troops which start meenttads cent . ie’) Aameabaeialk ae Love’ - affairs,
ilege of addressing you through the and then mushroom-like fade ree, b ae aaa ion t . Ss nmer Schools | Friends, Tuamies,
hice of Rediffusion “way after a few months. In the "Ow very busy preparing for two ul | tteries, ntl
weer. OF SOG UaC” , aa A . Q very importomt events in the i ave aster .
Briefly I would repeat, if only 40 years of local Scouting wg history of local Scouting the In En land sen people
r eb it of those who may be Groups have been registered, eM a a . 4 | the world over.
Rect ne ah ever a for the but today there are only 38 on Visit of the Empire's Chief Scout, ‘S George yoke
rst time, that Sc fling - for it the Register. Where are the 62? ee aren eee the gree Details of two important Sum- of New omahore must possess some sort |
object the providing of a balaneec Scout Council able visit of a Contingent of mer Schools at English Universi- | of second-sight
autem ot eat ition, physical! Se ‘ ‘ Scouts to the Ist Caribbean Jam- ties are now available at The} To popularise his system Tabore will
. 7 . Lastly, there is the Island how being held in J : i Re . * + |send you FREE your Astral Interpreta-
mentally, morally, spiritually, to Council—the body charged with ee ing n Jamaica in British Council, Wakefield,’ | {Gn if you forward him your full name
supplement in the matter’ of looking after the several L. As., March, Whitepark. (Mr. Mrs. or Miss), address and date of in ghing,
"TE } i ‘ - = You w ave the pleasure anc 4 °rsi itt vy yourse’ oO
CHARACTER the acme? ar with promoting Scouting through- : u ee ie ple a ul € and = University of cy es ales at ately wet ae be gas A HO ing ur
ns ef the ced / so Ne ° out the island and with admin~ Privcse o 1 ae “enact Gt =e te ? wo Se te ste Re, | Bostaze ete,, but send 1/- Jn Betis Ms ya Wave ig Ns of Asthma or] J. I. had lost 40 Ibs., suffered cough-
mate aim being the crea ny u istering the Branch. His Excel- pee : g th I Chief Scout lems o ritain’s sonomiic ad | Postal Order for stationery, te ae t oO had that you choke | ing, choking and strangling every
citizenry happy in mind, healthy 7 _ cal Chief curing h ix days sojourn in our covery.” Among the subjects to | and other interesting literature. d ois 100 ete Ni can't sie rit couldn't Bleep. expected to die.
dy and efficient } ready to lency the Governor as local Chief t the f ! thiet “¢ ‘ ic H be amazed at the remarkable accuracy | tough po hard you feet Ike | MENDACO stopped Asthma spasms
in body and efficient anc ady , Scout presides over this august it is the fix ime a Chie be treated are the Economic 1s> lof his statements about you and your jw king Pupeain a? dio you | frat night and he bas had note since
gender: service to Godby servics body which also has a President Scout il be doing so. The tory of Great Britain 1945-952, | gains. Write now as this offer may not | yonT We ats tikahle tar Weeki. dnd eave Lis OVE TWO Yaare
"coutine mete js based on the LORD ROWALLAN a Chaifman of Exeeutive Com- : a a Ves nee “I at ten i 1 ae oe wn nai Pi ta NABORE. eet ahh Ceepar Forjett | pis moe ag ( \ Pm he ee a Mon Soe Gyarantes ba
c 1 ased OF e eit ‘ mem- t barbados W Loe uu each alsation. Economic ar ane ey : a. Postage to India how le ea 6 gut The very first dose of MENDAC
principle of decentralisation; on in competition; the latter ensures â„¢tte* ae nusaiee of ssenta- time it for just one day. I Fiscal Policy; Problems of Inter- | Steet. Bombay %, ere Nit oan at ONG SUE econ right to work circulating
the placi : accep- that he can be of servi bers which inelude representa 3 : is 4 cents through your blood and helping na-
the placing of trust and the accep~ that he can be of service to others tives of the Ghurch and of Youth invite you to be present ut any national Economic Relation, the turerid you of the effects of Asthma.
tance of responsibility. The Scout as occasion arises. Further these Bodies in the island. tion possible for you Economics of the “Welfare State” wh — — . In no time at all MENDACO may
is always on his hon Badges often lead the way to fu- ” W.L. Jamboree nd British Economie Thought and A easily make you foel years younger
B.P., as our Founder"!s familiarly ture careers, Much mischief is . ’ Setar 7 ale and stronger, Try MES under
; enn ‘he onte f id AM Apart from these administra- I referred to the visit to Policy. There are also lectures an iron-clad money back guarantee.
called, based the Scout Movement ‘he outcome of idleness: the Scout 4i) 2" odies there ig yet another he Jamboree as probable und tutorials on special economic | You be the judge. If you don't foel
on the Patrol System because this occupies his spare time in useful _ os . ‘ A ee . ’ lectures and isits seas ,} entirely well, ike a new person, and
em satisfied the ‘gang’ instinct activity—qualifying for Badges and very necessary panel of rt : which for about an and lec ere. See 2 eat ! j ee ies fully satisfied after taking MEN-~
h leads boys to combine ih Auxiliary to the Patrol System helpers in the person of Instruc- months was considered covering a wide range of genera : } vl fren oney breathing | DACO just yen the empty pack-
eet 401 . s har: nd the Cour H ‘and in. tors and Badge Examiners. certainty is now in doubt subjects, | na brit And wteop the first night | fee and th 1 purchase price will
‘secret societies’ sometimes harm- id the Court of Honour and in- (° avi Tha sendtial 7 } the fi nite nde . MEN DACO from
>, sometimes not so. Scouting deed of eaual importance in These are for the most part pro- because of the very recent The University of Oxford Sum feel yeurs younger | 0° Teles a hae “ho'w
ve Doe de nected Scouting is the help given by lay fessional men and women. They innouncement by Messrs. mer School is on “Britain and the | ell you sleep tonight and how much
2s this method to canalise such Scouting is the help given by lay 7 =o 1 =? a 2 WwW teas 41 a Medern World.” The course will } No Asthma in 2 Years better you will feel tomorrow, The
instinet to good purpose as distinct from Scout folk, This ive Bortures: and prion at... B.W.LA. Ltd, that the very w sn Brit a oD Cate Can : | MENDACO. nat only brings almost | Wifeta ates
The basis of thls system is eust~ is where vu, my listeners, come vans SUb}eS ae Te a uated rien Sa Beliey In ihe hed of Com: {ff YOu are specially invited ff) joc ioni iri aulien aie, | Memedlengo tsi."
a . s own show. in . s y uly has now been apprecia- . ‘ ne By itisedne’ stthma rch °
The “Patrol Lender oe ‘oaly leads : Badges. A Scoutmaster may not ly raised. At any rate the monwealth and Colonial Problems, to attend the Monthly {| ke, F Ends Asthma ye Br tis Hay Fe
in skill and competence but by Here I pass from Methods to examine his own boys for stich imber which was expected Economic Development and Meeting of the Shop-
personal example. It is usually the Needs—our needs, the needs of Badges. o go wil considerably Foreign Affairs, ‘ 6 43 |
boy with the most character who 9°°uti.ug: ane Seowneaae "an Public Support reduced. This ig to be re- For both courses the lists of keepers’ Association at | ‘
rises to be the leader of the mis- ‘\1ction efficiently and effectively Thus you see how you can help retted. cturers are most impressive. ’ | VA |||
chief pang. B.P. believed in the !£ in addition to his technical job anq wity you should help. The benefits to be derived from Further details and advice may Queen’s Park Shed op \\\ | / .
importance of the individual as a “! training his Scouts he has to How? By becoming an Instruc- travel are indisputable. When to be sought from the Representa- Thursday, 7th inst. at |
unique personality, hence he put WOrry with ones yeptanne, tor, an Examiner, an Official or these is added the opportunity of tive, are ig Council, who 2.30 p.m. } (
elf-reliance and self-discipline {9% 4s in any and every phase Of ;,ember of the Group Committee fraternising with boys from all may also be able in certain cases “ m™. |
high on the list of desirable qual- life it takes money to put Scout- 64, Local Association; a President, over the world bound together in to arrange some financial assist- } oe
ites. This dmdenendence he com- ing a , be 3 i * Secretary, a Treasurer or just a common Brotherhood the bene- ance for intending students. | eae,
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1952 .

Paintings Of

By An

Artist

THE general impression of this artist’s work is that
he is technically able to handle both colour and form, and

eso far as that impression goes it is correct.

something more to painting
the actual
day 1 an

But there is
than thesability to use colour,

physical application of the paint has to be con-
! considered with more than-a,passing glance.

Some of these pictures, on closer inspection, reveal flaws

‘ tt na

rnd still life studies

Tae niet fenders
are No. 7 “Flowers in a China
Vase” and No. 6 “Anthuriums”

In these pictures the paint has
been employed to create an effect
without being used, which is in-

excusable in an artist of Mr.
Néchoumoff’s ability. In No. 12

“Bouquet of Roses”, however, he
has achieved an entirely charmin

composition, the exetution of
which is reminiscent of Renoir.
The colour is subdued and the ar-
rangement. simple and_ straight-
forward. No coup d'oil deceives
us as in his other still life. No, 1
“Interior with a bouquet of Gla-
dioli” and No, 57 “Still Life” are
also satisfying especially the latter,
which possesses a glow and brilli-
ance difficult to create with so very
limited a range of colours.

There is perhaps too much sub-
ject in most of the still life paint-
ings—a memory of Art School
days. Each object is, however,
handled with skill which. detracts
rather than enhances the appeal of
these paintings. The general] effect
is ‘busy’ which should be avoided,
and this error can be corrected so
easily by a process of simplifica-
tion. The colour he uses in these
pictures is pleasing and the har-
mony and discord closely watched.

The French countryside pictures
are in a class by themselves, for
they stand out as the work of a
competent artist who is well ac-
quainted with the limitations of
his medium. Such pictures as No.
16 “Countryside at Osny”, No. 24
“Farm near Mountreau.”’ No, 25

ire which are largely to be detected in his flower

“Landscape near’ Montreau Eye-
ning”, Ne; 15 “French Countryside
in Spring” and No. 36 “ wage
Vendeen” are among ‘those @ out-
standing merit..Into the execution
of these scenes has gone-a great
deal of thought and careful plan-
ning for the simplification of form
and colour in no way ,d*tracts
from their freshness and charm.
No tricks are used, it is ctraight-
forward quick, effect
of pearls, ‘brass, ' glass spepe’ els.
These are ‘paintin which it
would be possible to live and never

grow tired.’ | remarks .

also to his Snow Scenes; ' No. 1
“Winter Landscape”, No. 31 “Notre
Dame de Paris”, No, .29 “Winter,

Pont St. Michael”. ‘snow has
been treated with: direct jsimpliaity
and reservé, | is most, di

itely — 1 oe" we ; root
and bridge—the is. that \-
liar leaden colour, which’ is ei
depicted by the Dutch’ master’s.’
The we seenés at Ri
Nos, 9 and 10 ar@dnclined to besa
little unsubstantial’ and the reason
for this is that Mr. Néchoumoff has
used colour and forgotten form.
He would be well advised to re~-
vise his pallette if he is remaie
ing here for any length of time.
If he looks more carefully he will
see that black and grey form an
integral part ofthe colour .com-
position in this light. Undoubtedly
Barbados is-in the tropies, but that
is no excuse of the unrestricted
use of bright, even Pie ak colours.
A study of some of the old colour
prints will repey anyone who is
interested in this subject.



W.I. Scenes and Figures
This Week's Exhibition

LOVERS of art have had their tastes satisfied within
recent weeks during which they have been treated to ex-

hibitions by various artists.

Mr. R. J. McLeod and Mr.

Harold Connell both artists of

repute open a new Exhibition

at the Barbados Museum on

Wednesday, February 6.

Mr. McLeod will present West
Indian sea and landscapes in oils.
The scenes are from Barbados, St.
Lucia and Grenada while Mr.
Connell presents figure drawing:
in pencil.

; exhibition also deserves at-
tention.

Painting Sells For $34,650
LONDON, Feb. 2,

A painting which was sold for
$29.40 in 1834 brought $34,650 at a
London auction, The painting by
the Flemish master. Pieter. Breugh-
tel is entitled “Christ and the
woman taken in adultery.”—U.P.



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SUNDAY



Nechoumoff



A NEW CANVAS in the Nechoumoff Exhibition at the Barbados
Museum was that of Colonel Michelin. It was hung on Wednesday.

Extra-Mural Meeting Of A.C.S.B.

Department

The second of a series of ten
lectures on Elementary Chemis-
try will be delivered by Mr.
F. N. A, Field, B.A., in the Har-
rison College Laboratory
Tuesday February 5th at

on

8.00

p.m.

Also beginning on this night
will be a course on Britain and
Her Empires by Mr. Cameron
Tudor, M.A, These lectures are
at 8.00 pm. in the Harris
College Library.

Mr. E. U. Hackett, A.R.C.M.,
will give a second course on
Evenings with the Composers,
beginning on Thursd y Febru-
ary 14th at the British Council,
Wakefield, White Park, at 8.00
p.m.

Lectures on Economics are
also being given by Mr. K. H
Straw, R.A., on Thursday nichts
at the Y.M.C.A. The time of the
lectures is 8.15 p.m.



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SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 2, 1952
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, Association

Executive

A meeting of the Executive
Committee of the Association
of Cultural Societies in Bar-
bados was held at “Wakefield”
on Wednesday afternoon
through the courtesy of the
British Council.

The Committee considered
plans and drafted an agenda for
the meeting of the Council of ine
which will be con-
vened on Thursday February
21 at 5 p.m. at “Wakefield. It
is expected that this meeting
will be attended by the repre-
sentatives nominated by all
affiliated clubs and societies, as
well by Officers of the Associa-
tion which include the Direc-
tor of Education, the Represent-
ative of the British Council, The
Chairman of the Board of
Trustees of the Public ‘Library
and the Librarian.

Present et Wednesaay's
ing were Messrs ¥. A. Hoyos,
Vice-President, A. F. C. Mat-
thews, Hony. Secretary, I.. A.
Harrison Assistant Secretary,
and Mr. Riseley Tucker, British
Council Representative. Excuses
were offered for Mr. H. A
Vaughan, who was unable to
attend owing to pressure of
other duties, Mr. J. W. B. Cher-
ery, the President of the A*so-
ciation and Mr. F, L. Walcott,
M.C.P., who are both away from
the island,

meet-

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ADVOCATE

C3ITUARY

THE
lerday

death wag announced ye
Hon. Timothy Roodal
former Senior Member of
Legislative Council in Trinidaa
ind Theatre Magnate of the South
Caribbean.

of

Mr. Roodal first visited Barba-
in February, 1947, two months
after he had acquired the the.tre
operated by British and Colonia:
Film Exchange in the Island
Empire and Olympic for the
um of One Million Dollars rhis
nade his circuit 17 strong and 1}

own tobe the largest chain in
the South Caribbean Area, Thi
chain of theatres now includ
eight in Trinidad: DeLuxe, Em-
pire, Royal, Roxy, Ritz, Rivoli,
Gaiety and Rio; five in British
Guiana: Mitropole, Empire, Lon-
don, Rialto and Capital; with the
Empire, Olympic, Roxy and Royal
in Barbados.

do

that
wok

It was on December 14th
year, that the change over
place between the two Com-
panies, “‘Roodal theatres Carib-
bean” and “British and Colonial
Film Exchange.”

After taking over, he felt that
the Colony was suffering from in-
adequate entertainment facilities
and there were signs of movie con-
sciousness. The circuit moved
quickly along this line and se in
February 1947, he launched the
Roxy at Eagle Hall which accom-
modated 1,200 and in December
the same year the Royal,
Worthing—was launched. He had
also expressed his view of intro-
ducing better type films to the
public, and also avoid congestion
and minimise transportation diffi-
culties. He inaugurated the Sun-
day matinees, but with no desire
to conflict with the Church he
consulted the clergy and agreed
on certain hourg for the Matinees,
So as not to interfere with the
Church Services,

He visited the Island on several
occasions and was very popular,
especially in theatre circles. His
residence here is “Morcambe”,
Situated near the premises of the
Royal Theatre, His interest in
the oil business it is believed has
accounted for his wealth,

His activities in motion pictures |

business, surely stirred local busi-
ness men, for the Oistins Plaza

Soon went up, then the Globe and |

now the popular show-house
“Plaza Bridgetown” and soon
another Plaza will go into opera-
tion at Barbarees. February 9th
would have been exactly 5 years
that Roodal was known to the
public of Barbados.

_ Mr. Roodal in addition to his
interests in the cinema in the
Caribbean was for many years a
nominated member of the Trini-
dad Legislature and in the last
period of his service as a Member
of the Executive Council. He was
a highly respected member of the
Indian community in Trinidad and

Was equally popular with local
legislators,

"Shows were suspended on
Saturday and today throughout
the circuit. He leaves to mourn
their loss a widow and _ two)}
daughters, Mrs. Mahabir his at- |
torney and Mrs. Soodeen, To

these and other relatives sincere
condolence wil) be extende

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YOU BE THE

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me HER CHILDREN MAKE HISTORY |

SUNDAY, FEBRUARY 3, 1952




















¢ aan oe In a small new house the face the house bears the ume of
Â¥ eo a ies | village of Chenies, in the English one of the children she taught
xy tle a she -,
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3 . r milie Life, for 25 years 4). pS. . . i ,
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| house was needed for her succes- Written there. Nor ae oe mee
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! stated. “I want to make sure he's telling the | > said: “Who's talking?” a | — Coors ng P
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At the modern, duplex house on the outskirts of | ; hearth: “I’m talking. I’m the log o We “a ey € | For Results cee
the ci Deiton of wood. You're looking right at S E
“M f s in the living me.” . woodshed behind this house. We | Advertise in the |



room last Burning Log were all put in a great pile, one on |










ht, when I 2rd a noise upstairs. My
son is away at boarding school, 80 no one should | Knarf didn’t have time to be sur- | °P. of the other, = Advocate | Siew 7
have been upstairs. I leaped up the steps, und saw prised that a burning log should be} ,, It’s not pleasant, said the log, |
a man dash into the child’s rocm, shutting the doot talking, for the log went on quickly: | “*° find yourself lying in a pile in |)
I behind him. I did not follow him, fearing he might i “You have no idea what a wonder- 0 dame wepgaaned sites nee ve pecs
; have a gun, but 1 had the key to the room, anda I ful thing it is to be warm again. the 1 oe ae. in caine “And . U FLEXIBLE FOOTWEAR
iocked the door so that he could not get out. | came 1 was once a tree, standing in a a Open air an he & Poe

now, for the first time in my life, |
I felt the cold. How the North wind |
blew over us with its icy breath. |

downstairs The woods beyond the hill, for days

and days—all through the Spring

and called the police,
stolen from the safe in my bedroom. The police

gems were







% ft a. . and Summer and Autumn—the sun 5 Bi arcs P “gy FOR CHILDREN
; have left everything as i 4 poured down his warmth on me and No longer did I have roots deep in ae '
; Can you describe the man ats : the earth, and my stout bark was &

‘ > ; . I took it all in through my leaves E

“He was about six feet tall, and quite heavy set : oe open. For weeks and months, I lay

‘ ; jae yaa es ; he and held it deep inside my trunk aba i ; f th hine.”

Profes “ ripa . a 1 , Mr. Senlo “es red 1 é like a treasure of gold. there, eAeDUng - e suns .

bedroom hey observed a lov light-metal be “And in the winter time, when The Sunshine

against the
the new

footprir

wall opposite the window
floor,

, and examinea

“But what happened,” asked
immaculate, except for

Knarf, “to all the sunshine that
you had saved up in your trunk?”

the snow fell and the North wind
blew, | hardly minded the weather
because my roots were deep down

Boyer, accidentally stepped
in the wet concrete in front o!
the Bijou, you should have seen

ly polished



“2 IDEAL FOR
Sey GROWING FEET

“Do any of these prints belong to the suspect?” him dance, To duplicate his step in the earth where the cold could} “Don’t you see!” cried the log.
inquired Professor Oripahs. it’s neces: to hop on each of never reach me and my trunk and “The saved-up sunshine is warming
“No; the thief wore socks, but no shoes. And you y my kranches were covered with|me now! It’s those flames that you

the footprints beginning at 1 and
ending at 17, Although you can
travei backward, forward and di-
agonally, you must not travel
«nore
at a time.

And, of course, you are to stop
at the same footprint only once.

can see the way he escaped. He knotted two sheets
together, tied them to the bed, and slid dawn to

stout bark. I slept soundly and the
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yr Oripahs looked at the firm square-knot

winter seemed to pass as quickly
as a night. But then something
happened.”

Knarf asked what had happened.

Shower of Sparks

The burning log crackled once
more, and threw up a shower of
sparks. “One day,” fhe log con-
tinned, “a woodman came alon,
with his axe and chopped many 0
us down. Then we were all made
into small pieces and vroug iit to the

red and yellow and gold! It’s my
sunshine once more,
up in this fireplace!”
And the old tree, burning with
the saved-up sunshine of so many
Springs and Summers and Autu .
crackled and sparkled, like the sing-
ing of crickets and the danc ing of |



see burning up from me now, my |




warming me

Profes: | ot
that secured the two sheets, then walked over ta
the window that faced the beds, noting the shec\
that trailed across the window sill.

“Do you wish to examine the ground outeios?”
asked Mr, Senlow

“There's no need to do so,”
Oripahs, “This is obvio

What made him think so?

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10—Ancient rival of Athens.
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22—Passageway between pews.

24—Pass away, as time,

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29—Essential.

31—The principal meal

33--More recent.

34—One of those siain by the mep
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35- Repairs

37- God of the lower world.

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Legall who departed this
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Clovus, Olive, Coleridge (children), Oitwyn
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children) 3.2.52-—1n
SKEENE—Secred to the memory of
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1943

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Rockley New Road: on approx-
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Downstairs: Garage, Servants
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BULLDING
Werehouse and Buildings situate

at Mauarhiil Street, Bridgetown,
adjoining China Doli Restaurant,
Standing on approximately 10,000,
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LAND

Approximately 18,000 square feet
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This land runs through to Gills
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Stone House; comprising
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Gallery :
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AUTOMOTIVE

CAR—Vaugthall Velox X—442 in very
good condition, Phone Stoute 2876 or
Gerald Ward at H. Jason Jones’ Garage.

3.2.52—i1n



CAR--2-seater Ford V-8, accommodates
5 persons comfortably, (De Luxe Coupe
model). General condition excellent. Dial
4353 between 8 a.m, and 4 p.m. daily or
after 4 p.m Dial 4882. 29.1.52—4n
_——————

CITTROENS—New Citroens in stock,
price $3,275, apply Barbados Agencies,
telephone. 4908. 1,2.52—6n











CAR—One Vauxhall Six in perfect
order, Tyres new. Apply to S. A. E.
Kineh, Eleourt, Maxwells Road.

2.2.52—-2n.

C¥YTROEN—One second hand Citroen
done under 5,000 miles, apply Barbados
Agencies, telephone 4908. 1.2,52—6n.

ss —$—

LLOYD--The car for cheap motoring
new to Barbados, apply Barbados
Agencies, telephone 4908. 1,2.52—6n.

LORRY—1 Austin 3-ton lorry in perfect
working order. STUART & SAMPSON
LTD 29.1.52—t.f.n

MOTORCYCLE—Only one (1) in stock,







Ambassador Supreme, Spring-frame, 2
h.p, $605.00. Terms. A BARNES & CO.,
' LTD. 26.1.52—t.f.n.



toe ge 5-ton Dodge truck.
ew battery. nm perfect si . Apply
F. BE. C. Bethel, Friendship ‘Plantation,
Telephone 4184. 1.52--3n



ELECTRIC MIXER—One (1)_ Do. neyer

Flectric Mixer with mixing bowls and
Juicer attachment, G. W. Hutchinson &
Co,, Ltd. 2.2.52—2n.



FANS—Large electric ceiling fans for
office or factory use, Just the thing for
cooling business premises. Priced at
$125. K. R. Munte & Co, Ltd. Din
4611 or 5027. 1.2.52—3n,



FURNITURE

CHAIRS, Chairs, Chairs....and other
furniture and all sorts of fittings for
your home, A. BARNES & Co., Ltd.

18,1,52—t.f.n,

FURNITURE: 10 very original heavy
green heart or Barbadian Mahogany
Cocktail Stools. These are copies of a
very old English pattern—the first of thet:
sort in the Island. Roy Wilson, Idleway,
Highgate 3.2,.52—1n



FURNITURE—One M.T. Mahogany Wash
Stand, (1) Pine Cot Frame, (1) Painted
Single Bedstead with Spring, (1) Child's
Tall Chair, (1) Two Burner Oil Stove,
(1) Boy's Bicycle, (1) Child's Cradle.
Dial 8689 before 9 a.m. ahd after 4 p.m.

2.2 th.

Ralph Beard offers the following Bar-
gains in Purniture >

Mag. Dining Chaife $22.00 pr., Birch
Dining Chairs $18.00 pr., Mag. Vanities
from $75.00 upwards, Cedar China Cab-
inets from $45.00 up, Steel U t
Chairs $850 ea., Steel Arm Chairs 00
each, Deal Kitchen Tables from $8.00
upwards, Iron boards from $6.00 up-
wards, Cedar Dining Tables from $35.00
upwards. Including a large variety of







good second hand furniture, Lower Bay
Street. Phone 5010, 3.2.52—In
LIVESTOCK



RABBITS: Pure bred Flemish Giant
Rabbits, fmported and Local Stock.
Aquariums and Fish, Dial 31

3.2 .52—1n!

MECHANICAL





GUY—New ger chassis recently
received, on view at Barbados Agencies,
telephone I 1.2.52—6n.

CHINE—One Singer Sewing Machine
ii perfect condition 7 drawers. Price
$200.00. Apply: M. Hutchinson, Ellesmere
Plantation, St, George. 2.2.52—2n,

oman

SINGER SEWING MACHINE (Treadle)
—Very little used, complete with parts
for Cut-work and Embroidery, Apply to
Marion Jones, My Lord's Hill, opposite
Belmont Church. 31.1,52—4n.





MISCELLANEOUS

AFRICAN PRINTS—36 inch, nice de-
gms. Cl@aring out at 9c. per yd.
Shopping Centre 37, Swan Street.

3.2.52—1n

A QUANTITY of Dress Materials such
os; Crepe de Chine, Silks of all kinda.
Clearing out at very reasonable prices,
Shopping Centre 37, Swan Street.

3.2.52—1n





ANTIQUES — of every description
Glass, ina, old Jewels, fine Silver
Watercolours. Early books, Maps, Auto-

graphs etc., at Gorringes Antique Shop
adjoining Rovml Yacht Club
3.2.52+.f.n,

——

BARBADOS ANNUAL REVIEW—Just a
few copies left. Will be sold quickly.
Buy at once 3/- each at Advocate Station-
ery,



ROBERTS High Street, and
WEATHERHEAD'S DRUG STORE,
8.2.52—an

CREPE De CHINE: Superfine Sott
Crepe, a lovely quality in lovely ue
Shades ineluding White 36 ins
$1.96 yd, Visit KIRPALANI, 52 Swan
Street. 3.2.52—1n

EGGS: Pure Bred Barred Plymouth
Rock Eggs for hatching, 36c, each,
infertiles replaced. John Alleyne, Ebs*
worth, St. Peter, Phone 91-20.

3.1.52—1n

GALVANIZED SHEETS — A_ limited
quantity. 7 ft. $4.80, 8 ft. $5.89, 9 ft $6 45
Inquire Auto Tyre Co. Telephone 2696.

2.2.52—ti.n.

ICE CREAM FREEZERS—We have Ice
Cream Freezers in stock 4 pt. usual price





$15.69, our price $13.00, 6 Ri usual ae
$19.83, our priee $18.00. KNIGHT'S LID.
1,2.52—in.



Long Playing Records and 78 RPM
Records and we book orders too. fe
BARNES & Co,, Ltd.



One Piano condition good. Apply E.
Osbourne, Ist Ave, Dash Gap, Bank Hall,
;



ONE 400 GL. GALVANIZE TANK—In
good condition. Apply: G. Mayhew.
Dial 2382 or 4334. 1.2,52—3n,

SHIRTS——CLEARING about 300 Shirts,
at $1.96 each. Shopping Centre 387,
Swon Street. 3.2.52—1n







SNEEKERS—Al!l sizes suitable for the
Football season, Clearing out at $1,90 per
pair, Shopping Centre 37, Swan Street.

3.2.52—In



SHOES—Clearing out at the Shopping
Centre 37, Swan Street, 300 prs oes
at $3.00 per pair, Come and see them for
| ourself, 3.2.52—1n

SUITCASES -- Yalises, attache cases,
sturdy and lightweight, double locks,
$3.56 to $6.24. A BARNES & CO.,, LTD.

24,1.52—t.f.n.





TORNADO—International K.41. Beautt-
ful condition, excellent equipment, good
racing record. Cost

$700.00 now a
No offers, Hicks, Telephone
18.11.61—t.f.n

ORIENTAL
SOUVENIRS

CURIOS, ARTS
VENDEMOS, SEDAS,
JOYERIAS Y ARTISTICAS
CURIOSIDADES, TRAIDOS
DE LA INDIA CHINA e

EJIPTO

THANI’S
Pr. Wm. Hry. St., Dial 3466





SUNDAY ADVOCATE

SUNDAY, FEBRUARY 3, 1952





REAL ESTATE

AS a going concern i1) Aerated S&
Water Factory in guaranteed conc
with all Fittings. Motor Van and about]
3,000 dozen Patent Bottles with cases
Monthly sales of Business can be known
to any would-be purchaser

For further information Dial 5075.









29.1.52-—3n
AIRY COT—-Brighton, St. Michael, all
modern conveniences, house contains

Open and Closed Verandahs, Drawing and
Dining Rooms, 2 Bedrooms, Bath, Toilet
and Kitchen, Garage and Servant’s Room
in yard, Standimg on over 17,150 sq. ft.
land all enclosed with barbed wire fence.
Cocoanut and Lime Trees. Inspection
daily except Sundays between 4 p.m. and
6 p.m. Further particulars. Dial 2649
3.2.52—4n





BARGAIN SEEKERS!
D. F. de Abreu In NELSON ST...
By The Bus Co,— 2-Stofay Stone
Business Premises and Residence,
Conveniences, Good Condition, Ideal
for any Business, Going Under
£2,300. #N TUDOR ST.—Large 2-Storey
Stone Business Premises & Residence
with a Large Garage or Workshop, all
Conveniences, A-1 Condition, Ideal for
any Business, Vacant, Can Yield $120.00
p.m. Under £1,000 Can Buy It--Plus
Appraised Value of Land. UPPER
NELSON ST.,—3 Bedroom Residence,
Conveniences, Good Condition, about
3.500 sq. ft.. Going Below £800. Contact
Me for Almost Anything in Real Estate.
“iW I Can't—Who Will? Call at “Olive
Bough", Hastings. 3.2.52-—1n

Dial M11





PUSLIC SALES |ANNOUNCEMENTS |



















: HARBOUR LOG | S9G9S454449 99599998 SSGSN,
PART ONE ORDERS Seh Rosaline M Sch Florence ; $= »
| Emanuel, Sch. Zita Wonita, Yacrt | SERVICES OFFERED $
— actus ehenithes is Leander, M.V. Moneka, Sch. Franklyn | ¥ or ance Designer Draughts-
REPAIRS AN By | D. R., Sch. Gardenia W., Sch. Everdene 1% uieeaae SS craee nae Adverts: 9
bados Agencies ; Lieut.-Col. J. CONNELL, 0.B-E., ED., |Seh. Marion Belle Wolfe, Sch. United |S ing. Ability to produce sketch \
recent beer r Pilgrim 8, Sem Lady Neeieen, Geb. . Piers, fronts perspectives end
automobile eng Commanding, |p lip, H, Davidson, M.V. Blue Star prepare working drawings. Assist-
dom and are The Barbados Regiment M.V. T. B. Radar. ante w Estimating and Building,
to handle all t ISSUE No. 5 1 Feb. 52. ARRAVALS Supervision Temdered. Deateh he
9,5. Fott_ Townshend, 1,944 tons net, advertising Boards, Signs, Show>
- 7 ~ | Capt. Henrikson, from Grenada. cards undértaken, Phone 4708.
PE RSON AL | hooner Anita H., 51 tons net, Capt.
amas | ¥. PARADES Harell, from British Guiana. *
All ranks will parade at Regt. H.Q, at 1700 hOurs on Thufdday 7 Feb. 52. 39OOD
Kod yale are heret 1.@. Coty will do drill under the C.S.M. “A™ Coy wi do riot drill practice
givin ctedi to r

an







QUINTYNE ince MC CC
not hold es



B” Coy is on the
will carry out weapon



and miniature ranges;
The 2

aining
Signal Plateon
Signal’s Course will be held on Monday 4 and Wednesday 6 Feb. 52

_ Have you Learnt to Use the

GILL NET






yone el






iebt or debts
t or d r



























in my nm ess t a writte order Band
mqned by me. ale Ba eetices will be held on Monday 4 Wednesday 6 an@ Thursday 7 Feb..52. You ¢an now obtain your S of
WILBERT QUINTYNE Recruits : c
College B pee Recruits will parade for training on Monday 4 and Wednesday 6 Feb. 52. NETTIN G and CORKS. from Us
wee eo ee ACTING APPOINTMENT *s
: 25h" |" Major L. A. Chase ceased to act as Adjutant, The Barbados Regiment w.e.f. CENTRAL EMPORIUM
F | 28 January
} REGIMENTAL SHOOTS ‘ Corner Broa Tudor Streets.
WANTED | * «He Dr. Pai. Delamere Cup — Officers” Challenge Cup — Revolver wm be | d & .
hot for at 1600 hours of Friday 8 February 52. oe
—_—_ a a 5 | The Major HH “st Hil Cup Rifle, oe to weet and ist Class shots POEL A na
| will be shot at 1400 hours on Saturday 9 February 52.
HELE } ‘ ORDERLY OFFICER AND ORDERLY SERJEANT FOR WEEK ENDING
vn es 7 FOR SALE

COOK-—-Must have references. Apply: ly Offic “rr Lieut. S. G. Lashley, >

Woodland Plantation, St. Geor 2 ‘ | bree peer S 283 L/S Turney, D. G. 3
2.2.52—2n Next for duty Lieut. P. L. C. Perkin . —_—
eut, . :

STENOGRAPHER & TYPIST for our Sane eee 517 L/S Springer, W. ‘
Office, apply by letter and in person— . ws 29
T. Geddes Grant Ltd. { M. L. D. SKEWES-COX, Major,

23.1.52—t f.n | . S Otde®. & Adjutant,
« Barbador

WANTED urgently: experienced chet | NOTICE Gee sit. OH Sie. OOD: 52 Bagle Hall Road. A two storied dwelling housé standifig on
or Cook for first class Hotel. Reply: E. F - ? . 8 Sjts. on s :

C/o Advocate. ey ea. 0S-Ared ay « «The WOE eS Meethyg She W ORDERS about 2% acres of land. Garage and out-buildings. Water





! THE BARBADOS REGIMENT BERIAD NO, 5 and Electric Light installed. Offers will be received by Mr.

MISCELLANEOUS





ein ce Waar th wn woes — Perey Carter, Carter & Co., Lid., Migh Street, up to Feb. 15th. >
. . 4 ‘ . ®
at 2 = ; GARDEN BOOK OF BARBADOS, ¢ Ave eeiVehzor Tnspéction by appointment with Miss Edna Carter, Dial 2329. 3

1. e dwelling house known asj book on local gardening published in 1935.) 1 LE f VILEGE Px . Py re f 1 Feb, 52. »
“Edgecliff”, with forty six acres of land| Phone 3803. ee . ; , a= is Major L. A, Chase A Granted 6 months’ P/Leave we 0009-00-00 « aR , 5 . 3

in the parish of St, John, of which twenty
six acres are arable. The entire property
is let to monthhy and weekly tenants

2 1,450 square feet of land at the
corner of Amen Alley and Marhill Street
with the store thereon and the fixtures
and fittings therein, and the entire stock-
in-trade of the drug business known os
“Olympia Pharmacy.”

For fiuirthéF particulars and conditions
of sale apply to: |
HUTCHINSON & BANFIELD

30.1.52—5n

De-|



1 £100 Barbados Government
beriture @ 34%
1 £100 Barbados Government De-|
benture @ 5% |
3 £100 Barbados Government De-|
bentures @ 8%%
$s shares _W.1, Rum
“

Refinery Ltd.
shares Barbados Fire Ihsurance |
125 shares B. 8S. & T. Co, Lid

40 shares W.I. Biscuit Co.
43 shares Barbados Telephone
(6% Preference)
33 shares Barbados Ice Co,
The above mentioned, shares will be
set up for sale at Public Auction on
Friday the 8th day of February 1952 at

Ca,

2 p.m. at Carrington & Sealy, Lucas
Street. Everyday starting from 3rd.
February. 31.1.52—4n

EN-DAH-WIN, Pine Hill. —Standing on
6,000 square feet of land. Stone bungalow
containing three bedrooms, breakfast
room, living room and kitchenette with
cupboards, Tiled bath and tollet. Ser-
vants’ room and garage. Inspection on
application to Mrs. Bernard Rolfe. Tele-
phone 4817.

The above will be set up for sale at)
Public Auction on Friday the 8th Feb-
ruary at 2.30 p.m. at the office of the
undersigned. ‘

CARRINGTON & SEALY,
Lucas Street
31,1.52-——in

LAND NEAR ROCKLEY GOLY CLUB

Excellent building site for sale, good
residential section, adjoining north side
of Golf Course, moderate price. For
detatls see JOHN M, BLADON & CO.
Phone 4640. 5.8.51—tfn

SAINT ViNCENT, B.W.1.
PROPERTY—Attractive seaside property







PUBLIC NOTICE!



Real Estate Agent begs to say that his
| off

M













L. D. SKEWES-COX, Major,
S.0.L.F. & Adjutant,

| ‘The Barbados Regiment.

}

saat M.



WHEN THE DRINK IS RUM

SEE ‘THAT YOU GET

TAYLOR'S SPECIAL BLENDED RUM

it
SHIPPING NOTICES

ROYAL NETHERLANDS

REMOVAL NOTICE

D'ARCY A. SCOTT, Auctioneer and

ice has been removed
iddie Street. Dial 2645.

temporarily to







2.2 |
; THe Mv. “eae DEL Js atten mid
THE BARBADOS MUTUAL STEAMSHIP CO. cna tin! oe Hq (With the Distinctive Flavour)
LIFE ASSURANCE SOCIETY SAILING FROM EUROPE Temneets 5a. Sa kes
EXTRAORDINARY GENERAL M.S. STENTOR 18th Feb, 1952. oon ° rf
ENTRANT ETING M.S. STENTOR 15th Fob. 1052. Saltna Weaneeday oh Wa THE BEST BLEND OBTAINABLE.

4 fa dy is aa sn that an Ex-| 31S. HERSILIA, 29th Feb. 1952. ateept Csige # ~w

td Polnenaines eeting of the} M.S. POSEIDON, 13th March 1962. Sk Rude. “Be Se py —

: waa ; ve SAILING TO PLYMOUTH & ail a " da
named Society will be held at the office and Aruba, Sailing day 8 .
ithe Sonat, ect Pie Be Lacs, wrens we, 18 ‘|| JOHN D. TAYLOR & SONS Lid.

» y m. on Friday, 15





























inst.
The M/V. “CARIEBER ” wiht %)
SAIL BO & i id for
February 1952, for the purpose of con- SAILING TO PARAMARI atcept ee and
sidering and paming. with nor ‘without . tS ee a Domittica, aN ont
amendment the following Resolution: M.S. TENSOR, S6th Fes. 7903, Nevis and St. . Salling
RESOLVED that Clause 5 of the Deed | “-S- POSRIDON, 26th Maren, 1952. 18th inst.
of Settlement be deleted and the fol- SAILING TO TRINIDAD ;
lowing Clause substituted therefor:- _ PARAMARIBO, BRITISH GUIANA B.W.I. scHGosmm OWNERS’
we No assurance or assurances shall a. a ank My an aaee ASSOCIA’ ey r
accepted and n« liey : m.S en - » : Consignee. 5
all be eset ort ares eee Melee | SATLANG 10 TRINIDAD AND CORACAO va ,
sum exceeding $25,000.00 unless the| M-S. HERSILIA, 17th March 1952. $6966566666008800086600
amount in excess of $25,000.00 is imme- 8. P. MUSSGN, SON & CO, a REO
diately reassured with some other Com- Agents
pany or Society of unquestionable stand-
ing, and the Society thereby relieved ot «INCH HAVEN”
ne direct liability in respect of such Ca e N » S s 4
ré%ssured amount teams
oe ee Canadian National hips fs hee
the same aggregate sur of $25,000.00 no Situated Near Inch Marlow
account shall be taken of existing or
prospective Reversionary Bonu Addi- A é i
pros new modern Bungalow, 3 furnished
! ey SOUTHBOUND Sails Sails Arrives _Satls ‘act se
C.K. BROWNE, | Walitax Senter Mavecbes Bathe Bedrooms, large Living Room, facing Sea fur-
27.1.62—6n. “CANADIAN CRUISER’ + te dany, a reby. Feby. nished, all Cupboards built in, all wood used
“LADY RODNEY” ., .. .. «+23 Feby. 15 Feby. ‘eby. ‘eby. : : }
me ete eee in construction Barbado: oO 7 g
RICHNOENG NOTICE [SAUL ieee SA Ee Ser Bee hae Servant Rem Lintcing tikes dee
The application of Che Id Horatio | : open eee SL Pe a Servants Room, its own Lighting Plant, stand-
Yearwood of Crab Hill, St. Lucy the pur. | “NORTHBOUND ‘Atrives falls. Axtives Actives Agsives ing on one acre of land sloping to the sea.
a A ci Jcense 5 o .
rg ane e cemanne Now, 1138-8 Barbados Barbados Boston St. John Halifax Price £4,000, Apply J. H. O'Dowd Egan,
han’ uteched yt | “LADY NELSON” . 6 Fety 8 Feby 16 Feby. 17 Feby. 20 Feby C/o. Willi F . Bd
alk. @. Baiey N. CRUISER” 1.20 Feby. 21 Feby, — 28 Feby. 1 March o. William Fogarty (B’dos.) Ltd.





adjoining Villa Beach, 3 acres with
massive stone iiding 2000 sq. feet.
Particulars from Errol Rooks, Four Winds.
Phone 9140. 26.1.52—fin

—

Dwelling house called “GILVAN" with
10,803 square feet of land situate at Chel-
sea Gardens, St. Michael. The house
contains Drawing Room, merteg Poo
4 bedrooms, Garage, Toilet, and
usual conveniences,

The above property will be set up for
sale by Public ition at our office
James Street on day 8th February,
1952, at 2 p.m,

Inspection on application to Miss Kell-

man, Bedford Lodge. Dial 2259.
YEARWOOD & BOYCE,
Solieitors.
27.1,62.—10n.





rhe, undersigned offers for sale ALL
THAT certain messuage or dwellinghouse
called reendykes” together with the
8,800 square feet of land thereto belonging
situate at Amity Lodge Terrace, Christ
Church. Building contains three bed-
rooms with running water in each, gar-
age, servants’ rooms, and all conveniences.
Electric and telephone services.

For all further particulars and inspec-
tion apply to W. NORMAN ALLEYNE,
“Fairways”, Worthings. Dial 8164,

30.1.52-—8n



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— al
“TRANQUILITY"—Standing of 14,110
square feet of land at Strathelvde,
House contains three bedrooms upstairs
and one bedroom and spacious rooms
downstairs. Two baths and toilets, im-
tion any day by appointment. "Phone
Mrs. L. Skinner 2657 (The above will be
set up for sale at Public Auction on
Friday the 8th February at 2 p.m. at
the ofi¢e of the widersigned.
CARRINGTON & SEALY,
Lucas Street.
31.1.52—8n



WINSLOW, CATTLE WASH, St, Joseph.
Fully furnished. Standing on 1 acre 1
rood of land, for inspection apply to the
caretaker.

Offers will be received by Mrs. W. T

Gooding, Stronghope Plantation, St.
Thomas. 20.1.52—3n
re

AUCTION



(pe ememenneltnildndsbicaeeaiinntioe
BIG AUCTION SALE OF FURNITURE
AT CENTRAL STATION
ON MONDAY, the 4th at 2 p.m. T will
set up for sale by Public Auction, thet
under mentioned furniture levied on
Two (2) Florence Oil Stoves, (11) single
bedsteads with mattresses and springs, |
(22) Rush Chairs, several tables, Mahog
Rockers, Silver forks, (44) Rolls of Lint,
One (1) Ladies Wrist Watch, A Collection
of Pyrex Wares, and several other items
of interest. : |

D'ARCY A. SCOTT,
Govt, Auctioneer,
1.2,52—3n.

UNDER THE SILVER |
HAMME

ON TUESDAY 5th by order of Miss
Hannah Jones we will sell at Woodford,
Strathelwde, the foll;

Double End Settee; Pedestal Sideboard,

dy's Writing Desk, Card Table with

188 claw feet; Gate Leg, Tea Table

Cheffonier, Upright Chairs; sing
Table all in Mahogany; Feather Cushions;
Ol Paintings, an Glass; Lustre
Jugs; Barometer; Set of Baccarat Table
Glass, French Tea and Coffee Services; |
Dinner Service, Hand-painted Fruit)
Cutlery Glass Plated Ware inj)
Entré ‘and Muffin Dishes; Bedroom
Candlesticks and Snuffers; Forks, Spoons
&c., Cutlery; Spoons, Forks, Cake Knives
and Forks, Toilet Sets, Salt Cellars in
Stiver; Leather Dressing Cases, Trunks,
Pye Radio; Ivory and Tortoise Shell
Opera Glass, Fans, Work Boxes &e., very
nice large Damask Table Cloth and
Serirettes; Beautiful Handworked Tea and
Table Cloths; Cedar Chests, Dickens
Works, OP, Mirror, Garden Pots, a
Chairs, Fowl Coops and other items.

Sale 11.30 o'clock, Terms cash. |

BRANKER, TROTMAN & CO.

joneers.
Auction 1.2.68—2n,







—_—

—__-——



FLASH = FLASH

When thinking in terms of Radio

repairs contact

R. E. HOLDER | ji

+. QUALIFIED ELECTRICIAN
The serviceman
Thought “To Give Satisfaction
R. E. HOLDER,
No. 4 Tudor St. Near

with a single

Electrician

Tabernacle








and st


























License t6 a Boarc an ¥" fs . $ March 9 March 20 March 21 March 24 March 2.52—2n.
tached 8 a fidtise it et ON" |. [122 March 24.March 9 April 4 April 7 April 2,2.52—2n
hed tes tale it at ; a | “CAN, CRUISER” . 4 April 7 April - 14 April 17 April
jsee
paige this 20th dax of Januar 952 For further particulars, apply to— ‘
0:8, H. NURSE, Feq
Be yet e FOR SALE
District “FE
HE: — ria BN | .
CHESTERFIELD 1 YRARWOOD, | GARDINER AUSTIN & CO., LTD.—Agents, [3
N.B.This applicition wiil be co isid- ee ee
ges a. pacetteae pect to be held on :
cdnes@ay the 13th day of Februar 1962, 8
at 11 o'eloek avn, at Police Courts, District >
nf ! x
oR : :
7 . = ai is sib alin ” two storeyed dwellinghouse standing on 10,770 square feet
Sed. SYDNEY H. NURSE oP * s a i, , iq
Sy stadlatea's Dist, "E, Free Radio Service ? RALPH A. BEARD of land on the incomparable St. Lawrence Coast.
3.2.62—in Bately, | sou “set knee teak ne: Excellent sea bathing. Dwellinghouse contains verandah
Busine scan give you something F.V.A. upstairs and down, dining and sitting rooms, 4 _—
ag ee ONE: SEPHIOR Ui8 OOS try and kitchen, Electric light, gas and water installed. Garage
NEW ITEMS IN AMERICAN But, we do offer you samethtiig Lower Bay Street. ahd servants rooms, ,



TOT eee
_—————————— eee

{ miles a
Water-mill, m
with a sr 2 y
Ideal positic i ‘ar ar »
and Kitche Gard d 7
ly priced, *
WANTED TO RENT

A country residence within a

5 mile limit from Bridgetown,
with about 2 acres of land, electric
light and water



PHONE 5010.

you heed, professional
} Viee at an honest price.

radio ser-

en eee Purchaser to have option of buying furniture and effects.



GLASSWARE



























SSSSSSSOSSS SS FSSSISCSSSY









































}
Ii] the knowleage, equipeient and offers two Bargains in Inspection by appointment. Dial 8137. (Mrs. K. R. Hunte).
Handi Serve Decanters .85 | integrity to put your set in perfect Properties— The above will be offered for sale at public competition on
Dessert Set—7 pieces $1.61 ghee b Friday, the 8th February, 1952, at 2 p.m,, at the office of the
| r radio is not working at i
Zombie ‘Tumblers 42 ||| its vest, i reception is notsy. and WORTHY DOWN undeftignéd Sn wpons further particulars and conditions of
range Reamers 5S A] |] Bete Won't you .phane. us Seay TOP ROCK—Best offer over sale can obtained.
|| sore’ oot SSisacd wit dhe’ ves [MM £4,000: accepted, atte TT
a sults, we leave a set operating { "
G. W. Hutchinson ||| your, nome. white we "are: repute EVANTON 24.1,.52—15n
by yours, # . or
& CO, LTD. ||} mage to order, kept TOP ROCK—Best offer over
Broad St. ce Dial 4222 | 18 ROEBUCK STREnT £4,500 accepted. |
Nr. Moravian Church ‘ ‘
. : For viewing and further
J. E, GULSTONE ‘
| ‘iidid Settee | [RQ particulars Ring 5010—after BuwY NOW !!
Dial 4970. hours 8657.
| Integrity — Reliability — Quality. 31.1.52—3n, For GUARD WALLS and
FOR SALE ENCLOSURES
ae
HOoUsSKS oe
7 b ; :
MAntive, GARB SUMMARY 65th ANNUAL EXPANDED METAL
A solidly constructed storey , P
the Ciceetaepg! 9 tanto. Obtainable in various
along with a oa a REPORT 1951 h d h
veniences; oh wid out ge ms
nea reelar tis sentice nd | Lengt Ss an Mes
popular bathing beach; attrac- 7
Waly priced: N. BK. HOWELL
MAXWELL, COAST | . P
(1) Af bed-room seaside house Canadian Dollars Lumber & Hardware.Bay Street
commanding an unrivalled yvtew
af the Christ Church coast; excel. HH INSURANCE IN FORCE ......... sueeoberdine $1,443,927,793 Dial 3306
Isnt; Ouest decaaes Auden meee | (Including Deferred Annttities)
ing Copony '. at |
ing, standing on approxpnately 2 (ii) NEW INSURANCE ...... 198,033,779
acres of land, completely enclosed, | (Including Deferred Annitities)
Biopesition for a davelopeaant
ee inet Meoee BRC OIEE . cmsssicisineunniiciie 82,178,559 REALTORS LIMITED
coast; containing 3 bedrooms, each °
with attached iled baths; iled
Mitchenetier parame for & one, WITH ASBEETE: .....ccsscssessccssscreiseesseddte NOR 449,783,836
servants’ quarters with bath and
toties attacheds {Wsaiig. “on an I e
enc lose are’ o om a le
Ss 15 eetee’ ean ne ABILITIES ............. VragPlbaisidPreesvnensiiotein’ 422,044,811
A well spot. * rue
YY z peter or stone = ~ *
Witt open “walters to ‘the sea: ||| CONTINGENCY RESERVE AND
viear the town; on a good bus \ faa
SPIO re et i| SURPRDS isa disccisdaanniniantas 27,739,025 Cable Address
An old-fashioned country resi-
dence, standing on 4% acres of )Y}

land which is well laid out in a
Flower and Vegetable garden. The
building has 7 bedrooms
flush hall, surrounding
electric light and water, and
commands an unobstructed view

Payments to Policyholders and Beneficiaries since “Realtors”

the inception of the Company total $462,500,167






ea bus . REAL ESTATE AGENTS,
naop MANUFACTURERS
ms St, Peter
yo ont-acre plots, opposite
Fourwinds Club, with right-away INSURANCE LIF COMPANY.
Soe eames seat soe eae € bes * AUCTIONEERS,
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Agents:

VALUERS,



W. S. MONROE & CO., LTD.,
High Street.
Phone: 7-3 «= 4317

P. de VERTEVILLE,
Chief Representative.

CLYDE L. WALCOTT
LIONEL 8S. CRAIG
Agents,

Office:
K, R. Hunte’s Building,

Lower Broad Street
Phone: tt 2885



BUILDING CONTRACTORS.

Consult

151 & 152 Roebuck Street,
Telephone No. 4900.

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SUNDAY, FEBRUARY 3, 1952

GENERAL ELECTION 1951 |

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PARISH OF ST. MICHAEL |

Under Section 43 Sub-section 7 of the Representation of the People
(Miscellaneous Provisions) Act 1951 I hereby publish a summary of
the Ricction Expenses of the following Candidates for Election to the!
General Assembly for the Parish of St. Michael for the Session |
1951-54 |
Mr. T. O. Bryan Mr.M.E.Coxr Mr. V. Griffith}



Petty Expenses 9.96 3.75 — |
Hire of Premises 12.88 12.88 — |
Lighting of Premises .. 7.50 7.50 ae
Printing . 157.60 157.60 40.00
Newspaper Advertising 3.90 3.90 18.00
Distribution of Adver-} }
tising Material 22.48 9.48 20.00
Expenditure on Can- .
vassing \ 66.50 20.00 1,075 .00
Clerks & Messengers .. 28.86 — _
Postage, Stationery
and Miscellaneous 365.13 344.00 330.78)
expenses not
above cocmuniheat| |
|
$ 674.81 $ 559.11 $ 1,533.78)



The Returns and Documents in support of the above can be ins |
spected at my office, Pinfold Street between the hours of 11 a.m. ne}
12 noon on Thursday the 8th day of February, 1952. '

HERBERT H. WILLIAMS, |
‘ Returning Officer

NOTICE |

In pursuance of section 43 (7) of the Representation of the People
(Miscellaneous Provisions) Act 1951 (1951-35) the summary of the
expenses incurred by the Candidates for the City of Bridgetown, in
connection with the Election of Members to serve in the General
Assembly for the session 1951-1954, is published for general informa-
tion.

Persons desirous of inspecting the returns, may do so between
the hour of 10 and 11 a.m. daily from Monday 4th to Friday 8th
February 1952, at my office, C/o The Vestry Clerk’s Office, Parochial
Buildings, Cumberland Street.





'
G. D. BYNOE,
Returning Officer for the City of Bridgetown,

SUMMARY
Petty Expenses incurred by Candidates :
Mr. A, E. S. Lewis 4 ae ; ‘ $ 3.88
Mr. E. D. Mottley 8.50
Expenditure on Printing :
“rs A, E. S. Lewis 4 ¢ ry i $ 9.00
Mr. E. D. Mottley vr ‘ He ‘ 96. 64
Expenditure on Newspaper Advertising :
Mr. A. E. S. Lewis we os i $ 0.00
Expenditure on Distribution of Advertising Material :
Mr. A, E, S. Lewis : $ 3.20
Mr. E. D. Mottley 15.20
Expenditure on Canvassing :
ia E. D. Mottley a. : $318.00

Expenditure on Postage, Stationery and Miscellaneous Expenses
not above enumerated
Mr. A, E. S. Lewis
Mr. E. D. Mottley

$ 21.00
159.20

NOTICE

PARISH OF ST. PHILIP, BARBADOS

DECLARATION OF EXPENSES ms eee ner

I hereby give notice that the returns of expenditure essrs,

W.A, Chenoa’ and J. C. Mottley, candidates elected and duly ere

as representatives for the parish of St. Philip to serve in the aoe

Assembly of the Island of Barbados, can be inspected at the ol _

of the Superintendent, Government Industrial Schools, Dodds, St.
Philip, Barbados.

Office Hours;

Monday 4th February, 1952 to Friday 8th February, 1952,
from 10 a.m, to 4 p.m, cm
Under Act 1951-35 Sec, 43 (7), the summaries thereof are as follows: —





Mr, W. A. Crawford, Pegwell, Christ Church.
SUMMARY Foe
Personal living expenses of candidate .. ma ‘% 3
Petty expenses incurred by candidate aes a4 19908
Printing ae 2 aM ‘n 38 OF
Newspaper advertising 2 an Oe
Distribution of \advertising material 190.06
Amount paid to canvassers ‘ ony
Allowances to speakers .. 8 25.00
Clerks and messengers .. So ie ad ‘ a
Postage, stationery and misceilaneous expenses not above
enumerated 395.00
$892.00

Mr. J. C. Mottley, Riees, St. Philtp



SUMMARY, i.

Personal living expenses of Candidate i 50.00

Petty expenses incurred by candidate AN as ace 5.00

Distribution of advertising material +4 th re 30.00

Amount paid to camvassers ee ee ay -.- 15,00

Allowances to speakers .. oy A ‘<5 es ie

Clerks and messengers nf a . ne 18.50
Postage, stationery and miscellaneous expenses not above

enumerated a6 a a6 ae -. 25.00

$213.50



O. F. C. WALCOTT, Major,
Returning Officer for the parish of
Saint Philip.



NOTICE

GENERAL ELECTION, 1951

In accordance with the provisions of Sec. 43 (7) of the Repre-
sentation of the People (Miscellaneous Provisions) Act, 1951 I hereby
publish the following summary of the returns of expenses made to me
by candidates for 1951 General Election in the Parish of St. George.
The relevant documents may be inspected at the office of the
Parochial Treasurer, St, George, between the hours of 10 a.m, and

3 pum. on Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday of next week.









Mr. Barrow’s Mr. Miller’s
Expenses Expenses
£ ¢. $3 ¢
Personal Living Expenses 33.00 33.00
Petty Expenses & 30.00 30.00
Hire of Premises 2.50 2.50
Printing i * nk 49.50 49.50
Advertising in Newspapers aie 35.42 35.42
Distributing Advertising Materia 28.00 28.00
Canvassing as be os 310.00 310,00
Allowances to Speakers ee 21.00 21,00
Clerks and Messengers Ne 55.00 55,00
Expenses not enumerated above
Postage $ 75.00
Stationery 15.42
Loud Speakers 11.00
Car Hire 140.00 241.42 241.42
$805.84 $805.84
W. A. YEARWOOD,

Returning Officer,
Parish of St. George.
Ist February, 1952.





NOTICE

PARISH OF ST. LUCY
GENERAL ELECTION 1951
In accordance with the Representation of the People Act, 1951,
Section 43, Para. 7, I hereby publish the following Summary of
Election Expenditure, and also give notice that the Returns (form |



No. 14) and their supporting documents can be inspected at my office, |
on Mondays between the hours of 3 p.m. and 5 p.m. during the |
month of February, 1952
J. E. T. Brancker E.L. Ward L, A, Williams |
Petty Expenses $ 7.00 $23.00 $ 7.00 |
Printing 63.42 nil 56.00
Advertising 20.00 nil 20.00
Canvassing nil 185.00 nil
Clerks & Messengers. . 48.00 nil 48.00
Postdge and Miscel-) 4
laneous ( 151.62 nil 177.04
Total $290.04 $208.00 $308.04
B, E. BARNETT,
Returning Officer, |

Selah B. School,










SUNDAY ADVOCATE aS aici a

out that he was net gaining much

s the fodder had gone up, and re-
flecting that fresh milk was more
nourishing, would begin again to

Replaces Fresh Milk

Since the price of milk

has risen, many who used to buy

fresh



buy it,
it im preference te condensed ;
milk, have begun buying cen- .
densed milk, “They are trying it Me if
out to see whether they can get Me at Plenti ul
it to work out more cheaply,” a Yesterday was meat day in
milk vendor said yesterday, “But Bridgetown, A supply of frozen
in the end they will have to shift meat arrived at Barbados yes-

back to fresh milk or even if they
had not the mind to, the time
will. come when condensed milk
will get scarce.”

This vendor said that since the
price went up, he lost quite »s
number of customers, but he does
not mind. “I would rather have
a little milk o. my hands,” he
said, “than sell it at a loss.”

He said that with the “present
price of animal fodder, if milk
sellers sold their milk cheaper,
they would be selling at a hss
“The purchaser has to realise that
when one item goes up, anothe
item must also go up to keep » The Fort Townshend is con-
balance.” signed to Messrs. Da Costa & Co

He said that though he had Ltd.

terday by the S.S. Fert Townshend
while the public market was well
stocked with fresh meat.

The frozen meat was tran-
shipment cargo from Australia
which was discharged at Trinidad.
It will be sold on Monday.

The S.S. Fort Townshend's cargo
also included sausages, salmon
onions, potatoes and cornmea!
from New York and a shipment
of oranges from Trinidad.

She was the only steamship in
Carlide Bay yesterday. Apart
-rom the activity of the few
hghters that were attending her,
Carlisle Bay was quiet.





PAVILION



This valuable Property

SOLD BY

JOHN M. BLADON & CO.

ALF. S. & F.V.A.

SELECTION OF PROPERTIES FOR

“LINSLEY", Garden Gap,
Worthing—A modern, nicely plan-
med coral stone bungalow with end well proportioned property set
shingle roof. Select residentin! in pleasant grounds of 12,050 sq
area, ideal for quick access to ft. contains 3 galleries (1 en-
Town, Hotels & Clubs. Excellent closed), large lounge, dining reom,
safe bathing from sandy beach kitehen on American plan, 3 bed
two minutes distant, also at the rooms, garage etc, An attractively
Popular Rockley Beach which is planned home and easy to run
nearhy. A commodious lounge/ Highly recommended.

living room runs the entire depth

of the house opening onto a RESIDENCE, Maxwells Coast

pleasant covered poreh, There A handsome, well preserved pro-
perty with 3 bedrooms, large

are 3 pleasant bedrooms, modern
compact kitchen, servants’ quart dining room, drawing room, Tourige
galleries, 2 garages, servants’

ers and garage. One of the more
attractive smail houses very easy quarters for three and all usual
amenities. Walled grounds of

to run with one servant.
“ ‘ ” about %4 of an acre insuring eom-
HOLDER'S ISE”, St. Jame s .
ue & HOUSE’, St. James plete privacy. Further details

An estate house built of stone

with pine floors and shingle roo! upon application.
3 reception, 5 bedrooms, verandahs
etc. also garage and usual out
buildings, The house stands on
approx. 4 acres of well timbered
land (mahogany) approached by a
long driveway flanked with closely
planted mahogany trees. The out
standing attraction of “Holder's”
is the very lovely site which has
the advantage of being well ele
vated and cool, with fine views
on all ‘sides. Coast is less than a
mile away and town 6 miles

The very low figure quoted at
jJows for re-modelling expenditure

“LYNCHBURG”, Sth Avenue
Belleville — This very attractive

“BYWAYS”, Rockley New Rd
A pleasant, roomy, pre-war ston«
bungalow of first class construction
throughout. The 3 bedrooms are
ided with washbasins and ol!
e a cool exposure, There is «
lounge, dining room, front
verandah, kitchen, and in the base
ment are extensive storeroom
Gerage and servants’ quarters are
detached. Area of Iand is ove
20,000 sq. ft. and unobstructed
views are obtained across the golf
course A popular and
district,



elect



Real Estate Agents—Auc tioneers and Surveyors—the Firm with the reputation.

Plantations Building—Phone 41640




FOOD

TOMATO SAUCE—Bots,

ISINGLASS—Pkgs.

JELLIES—Pkgs.

BUN FLOUR—Pkgs.

ALL BRAN—Pkgs,

BUTTER See ee
—Tins

FINEST

APRICOT FILLING—Tins
DORSELLA—Tins
CUSTARD POWDER—Tins
CHEESE—Tins
STRAWBERRIES—Tins
APRICOT NECTAR—Tins
HAMS (Cooked)—Tins

RHUBARB—Tins PEARS—Tins
GOOSEBERRIES—Tins PINE APPLE—Tins
BAKED BEANS—Tins PEACHES—Tins

ASPARAGUS TIPS—Tins

WALNUTS IN SPICED
VINEGAR—Bots

OLIVES STUFFED &
PLAIN—Bots.

SALAD DRESSING—Bots.

YORKSHIRE RELISH

—Bots.

C.T. ONIONS—Bots.
ROSE’S LIME JUICE—Pots
HORSE RADISH—Bots.
BARLEY WATER—Bots
MUTTON—Tins

MEAT BALLS—Tins
ROAST BEEF—Tins

VEAL LOAF—Tins

GOLDEN ARROW. RUM
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DEPARTMENT OF HIGHWAYS & TRANSPORT—VACANCY fi cay

FOR FOREMAN MECHANIC



Applications are invite ‘ f Fore Mi Hig
& Transport Department
The post is pensionable with salavy on the scale $1,920 x 120
2,520 per annum, In addit pensionable c¢ f living allow-
ance is payable in accordance with approved rates Point of entry

into scale will be determined on the basis of experience
tions. Contributions at rate of 4 of
under the Widows and Orphans Pension Act
provided

Appointment will be on probation for two year
subject to the selected candidate being passed
employment in the Public Service

ind qualifica-

the wary will be required

1928 No quarters are

ind will be made

medically fit for

Candidates should not be less than thirty (30) years of age and

Meat—Fresh & Proven:

should preferabiy be practising mechanics employed in a supervisory |

capacity with at least ten (10) wears’ experience it
and Workshop practice. They should have
of Internal Combustion Engines and
Labour and Distribution Rolls.

Motor Mechanics
theoretical knowledge
will be required to keep the



Applications should be submilted to the Director
Highways and Transport, Bridgetown, to
noon on Saturday, 9th February, 1952

Department oi

reach him not later thar

30.1.52—2n

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SHORTHAND
KX AMINATION

Applications
réons to

from
enter a

interested
Theory and
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her March or April, 196:
r the certificates of the Pitman
verthand Institute, London, will
be received by Mr, S. St. Clair





Hunte, P.O. Box 200, Bridgetow:
“% later than Saturday, ot
bruary, 1952, Fee § or each

S. ST. CLAIR HUNTER,

Secretary of the Fxamining Rod

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PLC SEER OPPO,

Madam HELENE'S

HAIR STYLING APEX
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SALE

“HOMEMEDE”, Garrison This
property is ideally situated for
most people in this ever popular
district. “Homemede”", whilst noi
isolated, is quite private and its
verandah cannot be everlooked, a

& MADAM
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fault so common with modern No, 47, Swan Str.

houses. This bungalow was erect- me ¢
ed about 1939 & is constructed of e
stone with a shingle roof. Ther+ 2.2,52-—2n, .
is @ good verandah, living room, 4 > IMl LShorel(orors F

bedrooms, kitehen,

servants’

Ate,





quarters, double garage ete, Land PLO OA MOO P
about 7,400 sq. ft | ST

“MALTA”, St, Peter--Modern BARBADOS LABOUR
coral house of exceptionally sound | PARTY.
construction extensive re- | ae i
medeiling and re-decoration AT THE STEEL SHED
just been completed. The lo QUEEN'S PARK
of ample dimensions, opens onto ON
wide verandahs with most at r , pwn > 4
tractive seascape views. The three SUNDAY NEXT, Feb. ard
bedrooms are fitted with built inst., at 3 pum, o'clock.
wardrobes and also washbasin , sah ilk ~
and thé two bathrooms have H/C =~ Lerpadee Labour Party
water, Kitchen and pantry are w old a
well fitted out and are supplied 1, ere ‘ .
with H/C water. Ground. floor Thanksgiving Service
contains 2 garage large
1 Tn and wtva t ees 's 1 in commemoration of their
grounds of about “4 of an acre

)) recent victory at the Polls

are well laid out and fenced. Mains . 4

4 well Water, A mast destreble 1) in the General Elections of

December,

The

and hight 1951

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H.A., Principal of Codrington

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GOVERNMENT NOTICE

ATTENTION is drawn to the Control of Prices (Defence)
Amendment) Order, ‘1952, No 4 which will be published in the
Gazette of Monday 4th February, 1952

Under this Order (a) the maximum retail selling prices of

Meat—Fresh & Frozen” and “Bread—Plain” are as folews: —

“ARTICLE

9



RETAIL PRICE

(not more than)
a iponenaen apenas

Beet: —
1) Roast and Steak from Rump, Round,
Sirloin and Ribs : - 68c. per Ib
(6) All other cuts including Soup and
Stew Beef ; 7 Ste, 4
Mutton; —
(a) Legs and Loin Chop: ha
(b) Shoulders Oe. «os
(e) Stew ; «a eels
Pork ae > ‘ Gah i he
Veal: —
(a) Legs and Loin Chops SMa x
(b) Stew Oe. a
, Bread—plain ee +. e+ 2% oz. for 3c,

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deleted in their entirely from the Control of Prices (De~
fence) (Amendment) Order, 1951, No, 22.





Note: The increase in the price of bread is due to the increase
in the price of flour

2nd February, 1952
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* ° kn Bad Conditian ° ° U e and miserable. When Uf asSyf
arishioner . mae an
The tenantr roads in Christ ee 4 at night —_
Churet e in a bad conditior : ecu os ks s
: ad. jnece funds hte ueeiel. to ore tan osts fun in the day. Them is a skirt like
MORE than 300 poor people including inmates of the carry out the necessary repait Dodd's Kidney Pate ohei ith
St. John’s Almshouse and children were entertained to a ae ae Deora dee = re ‘dE PBMOPLE of Christ-Chufch will soon be getting] Fer Dedd’s Kidney ais wit
reat < . om i. Te . mi of the ighway ommissioners oo ; 7 Pa os i
treat at St. John by Mrs. Louise Payne, a Barbadian of New of 4 a. ioe Sara more standposts in addition to 4 e6ncrete dust bin. Pills contain essential oils and medicinal . k
York Citv. USA of the parish on Thursday when po} ‘ ingredients that act direct! he ki materials i
2 eee Se ayn eeed Mrs. Payne who was born in the the question of repairs to these ‘Tenders for the ereetion of a dust bin at Rockley and] (Mir vini — Oe ee parse j
arish of. St. John, and received ae wa erent ne UP Py. We two standposts, one at Paradise Village and the other at} excess acids xnd saliineae elaine ite like these”
) . “ls hairman t f, i : g 1 »y . x r
CHURCH a r early christian training at that me nen, all : at Ts ord. Below Rock, were accepted by the Commissioners of Health} the oe pine wicter toe e ese
¢ ee eto a Social Wor Ker settable that funds thad only of the parish at their meeting on Thursday afternoon, relax. You look and feel years younger.
N of the -8t sta CousEN of been made available by Gov- On the invitation of the Mana- eh i = to insist on Dodd's Kidney Pills, PLAIN MOYGASHELL |
SER V ICES New York. of which the late Dr. ¢™mment for the repair of two 8&r of the Water Works Depart- Jury To Visit > Aggy greg for over half a LINEN in Turquoise,
Durant was Rector. She arrived tenantry roads for the parochial ment, it was decided that Si. ee eae) cub eee = Saxe, Gold, Pink, Green '
n Barbados two KS ago a year which ends in March aiuonal standposts, one at Sil- , ‘ ‘ = a aT cee r i
ST PAUT annee os Hol ape aknae a or . than’ thivte am The Briar Hall Tenantry Road ver sands and tne other at Pr. - Locus In UO Dodds Kid Pill Blue & Tangerine 36” Yd.
munion, 9.30 am. Solemn nee wa in the U.S.A had already been completed and chards in St. Patrieks, wuld 1 t ; ‘ ney S $1.84
pete bn hy eo 7 School, 9.90 pm. * Mrs. Payne said she had seen Pe ike aceeding on the .norily be erected, but they | nue Evang edwebde as Jury oni ; the}.
Gta Ohno tena Evensong the fulfilment of her life-long Tone ywne Tenafitry Road await the laying of a main by ) euiaia Fave ang which is In Black, Grey, Emerald,
c ression. Sermon He ‘ : Th ommissioners f che re . : . ans x on > E. - 2
ST. LEONARDS’—Sund Seheats Ss ee sea Pin . . Berhedce “ae manent a Bae . mv pas hh _ aaa Data - Al. Method .4b District A wii LOLA ELE ALAIV IE Green, Beige, Navy, Dark
‘ ‘ mmmunion, 9 a and minist to tr 100) y fi , Ne ees , eenan- Mr ed Goddai Sa aati wit the ‘ , . : .
Morel, Buchar 1.30 a.m. Holy Bapt parish of her birth ry roads could have been re- the new scavenging ijorry winch ire a=: ae ? quo this morn-| HOT WATER ON . Brown, Blue, Pink, Tur-
i 8 m2 tatins and Sermon, | pm. The Revd. A. E. Symmonds, Paired if ufficient fund had jad been purchased last year was g} Be mS : Queen’s Street, | T » quoise 36”. per yard $1.91
Sermor c pamecmvensons *"" Rector of St. John’s- made it possi- ae ey Snr 7 } ' working very satisfactorily, par- on him : while ree Dorking x AP for YOUR BATH %
= . . - le ns ’ sf \ * rie é e as > Je sn oads ¥, \ a |
5 ALL SOULS Harvest Bae ving. t le on ee bas and her as pe) Se ee eS € Pa a) “ds ticularly at the time of the year ay a porter at Messrs. R. and ae $ With one of the lovely White Por- ¥ In Emerald, Green, Beige
‘ . mn charist (s c). 3 pn ff Sociz orkers ong W , they were also ~ ; sia ia i J : eee ‘ " 5 ”
gong, Sermon and Processior Rei ih ana , y, Mrs. * of repairs and they felt that md preventéc e scattering. of January 26. minutes of lighting up. Econ- }
METHODIST Seis ere es a there was much more vork refuse as was done when ih Se He was taken to the General omically priced and CHEAP to GREY GABERDINE
JAMES STREET—11 A.m. Broadcast “ ey tie varish,. <9 i which could have been done, open lorry was in existence. jospital, the same day but, died Sant digest 0 ing tear ele, 2 36”. per yd. ............ $1.53
Service. Rev. J. §. Boulton, 7 p.m. Rev € eee n, the ¢ ure h room. but again it was the question He said that they had furnished later. Dr. Browne who WORKS, ee aoe SAS °
Te Se ee. OY. CORI | Ee aoe an ne: at wrt ices of funds. The Board had only drums, had them painted and ed, the post mortem examina MIAMI LI :
“PAY BAY—9.30 am. Mr. W SC ratclin cal ee sc eae dren a limited amount at its dis- placed at strategic points through- tion at the General Hospital at- i NEN in Gold, |
St. Hill, 7 p.m. Mr. D. Scott ce ean oes ee eee neese, anc’ posal, hence it was impossible out the parish for the easy means tributed death to fracture of the Beige, Navy, Dark Green, |
WHITEHALL—9.30 a.m, Rev. R, Mc- ice. cream ek showed their 4, have do! ore we sollecti ‘der to Skull. 1 . *
Cullough. Holy Communion, 7 p.m. Mr. Pleasure as their faces beamed in neste ris Albee sdlahht work of collecting refuse in order t On the last heari Turquoise & Light Green. CAVE
M. Blunt happy appreciation of the charity” ~~ keep the streets clean. This had witnesses Pred onan a 36”. Per Yard ........ $1.40 SHEPHERD
a GILL MEMORI py a) am. ot G. they had received pecially to the poor and unfortun- proved satisfactory and they were coast GUARANTEED . 4. :
nos ee R. McCullough Mrs. Payne before leaving for ate children of the St. John’s: acquiring more drums one Se pol F ! WATCH REPAIRS & CO., LTD. |
HOLETOWN-—&30 a.m. Mrs, Morris, the Almshouse said that with the parish tension of this system of refuse 10—13 Broad Street
7 p.m, Mr. D. Reid help of Almighty God, when she She ended: “I am convinced that collection. Car Damaged ‘
1. ee a gt a.m. Mr. J. Layne, peturns to New York, she will keep, as God blesses people with this He poMted out that a constan Remember any Watch and ;
. Ce ee TOWN. ii am. Mr. Gc. im touch with the Revd. .Sym- world’s goods, so they in turn watch was being made by the Shortly after 10 a.m, the grille Clock Repairs will be deliv- |
Marville, 7 p.m. Rev. F. Lawrence. Holy Monds, and send regular gifts for should give to the less fortunate Sanitary, Inspectors to preveni of the motor car X—1128 owned ered within a week with a }
Communion further distribution, more es- to make them happy.’ seople from throwing refuse into and driven by Farid Joseph of guaranteed note,
1a AH 0.90 am, Rev F. Lawrenes — iar eee . Worthing, Christ Church, was ex- At J. BALDINI & CO.,
iv wUNnIO: ’ 2m ” . . * ™ |
y u 2 : 3 tensively damaged when it y
BETHESDA—11 a.m. Rev. F. Lawrence * T ’ 7 was Office at Lashley’s Ltd. |
Holy Communion, 7 p.m. P.M . Chief Seout Due Next W eek On behalf of the Commission- involved in an accident on Bar- Prince. William Henry Street.
Rev MDA. E. thomas, Holy Communio , rae ers he appealed to the public to ree er Michael, with the
after each service pari Ne ull a . co-operate in this respect and sec motor car M—8 owned and driv-
DALKFITH—i1 a.m, Rev. MA. E QUARTERS on WEDNESDAY ‘hat the beaches and the sea shore ¢1 by Thelbert Smith of Con-
Thomas. Holy Communion, 7 p.m. Mr, G NEXT AT 5 p.m. Scouters, of ep i anner. stitution R i
Bascormbe. : a were not polluted in that mann u oad, St. Michael.
‘BELMONT—11 #.m. Mr, G. Brewster Groups in St, Michael especial-
7 p.m. Rev. B, Crosby Yoly Communion ly, are asked to bring ther — *
SOUTH DISTRICT—9 um. Rev. B rbd’ to practised: on. Wadheb To Our Friends
Crosby. Holy Communion, 7 p.m. Mr vay next, Troops from the cour- e 8
C. Brathwaite ) . ' :
i PROVIDENCE it am. Mr. J. Clarke try districts who can get into | From Overseas
7 p.m. Mr. G. McAlister town are asked to make a special an
VAUXHALL-—11 a.m. Mr. G. Harris effort to attend Scouters ‘ (@ te,
. Mr. A. B. Cu . ' ;
ee m8 — asked to refer to “The Scouter’ — KINGSLEY
MORAVIAN for April, 1951, page 11', and to
ROEBUK STREET—11 a.m. Morning

(followed by Holy Commu
E. New, 7 p.1n. Evening
Service, Preacher: Rey. E. FE. New
GRACE HILL--11 a.m. Mornir
Preacher: Mr. W. Hayde, 7 p.m
Service, Preacher; Mr. I. Oxley
FULNECK—11 a.m
Preacher: Mr. G. Francis, 7 p.m
Service, Preacher: Mr. O. R.
MONTGOMERY-~7 p.m. Ever
Preacher: Mr, D. Culpepper
DUNSCOMBE-7 p.m. Evening Service



Service,
Preacher: Rev. EF

& Service
Evening

Evening



Preacher: Mr. E, C. Hewitt
SHOP HILI-——7 p.m. Evening Service
Preacher: Mr F, G. Smith

COLLYMORE Rock A.M.E. CHURCH

ll a.m Divine Se e 3.30 p.m
Sunday School, 7.15 p.m. Holy Com
munion,

A cordial invitation tr extended t
Minister: Rev. E. A. Gilke

BAPTIST

THE ST. JAMES IWATLO:.A4 BAPTI_T
EFYPHANY IV-—il a.m Matins and
Sermon, 7 p.m, Evensong and Sermon,

Preacher for both services Rev. J. B
Grant. L.Th., Minister in _ charge,
p.m. Monday, Wednesday, Friday, train-
ing for Youths. This will conducted
by the Rev. | BruceClarke (Assistant
Pastor) assisted by Mrs. O'ga Browne



CHRISTIAN SCIENCE
First Church of Christi, Sotentist
Bridgetown, Upper Bay Street
SUNDAYS: 11 a.m. and 7 p.m
WEDNESDAYS: 8 p.m. A Service which









inclides Testimonies of
Christian Science Healing
SUNDAY, FEBRUARY 3, 1952
Subject of Lesson-Sermon: LOVE

John 4: 16 We have
known and believed the love that God
hath to us, God is love; and he that
dwelleth in love dwelleth in God, and
God in him

Phe following Citations are tneluded im
the Lesson-Sermon; The Bible; O give
thanks unto the Lord; for He is good:
for His mercy endureth forever

Golden Text 1












Pslam 118: 29
Sclence and Health with Key te the
Scriptures—by Mary Baker Eddy
The depth breath, height, ight
majesty and glory of inf ut fill
all space That is enough Page 520
St. Nichols Orthodox Church, Welco
es, St. Mich 9 am. Liturgy, and
Devotion, Pr ner, Rev. H. G. Holder
OnP. 7 m. Vespers, Preacher. De



coness, Cleopatria Barrow. A welcome to
all are invited, to these services

Morning Service &





Irae
J

Next week the Scouts of Barba-
dos will have the great privilege
for the first time of welcoming the
Chief Scout of the British Com-
monwealth and Fmpire, The Lord
Rowatian, Lord Rowallan will
arrive at Seawell Airport on Mon-
day, 11th at 10 a.m He will be
met by o reception commitice of
Scout and Guide representatives
and a Guard of Honour of Scouts.

A very full and interesting pro-
gramme has been arranged for his
visit and includes a Wolf Cub
Rally on Tuesday 12th, at Harrison
College at 5 p.m., a Scout Rally on
Saturday 16th at 3 p.m. and a
Camp Fire the same night at 8.30
p.m, Visits will also be made to
the three main Secondary Boys’
Harrison College, The



Schools-

Lodge School and Combermere
School. Opportunity will be given
the Chief to see some of the
Troops of St. Michael at their
normal weekly parades. The




Troops to be visited are:
James Street (4th Bridge-
town) on Tuesday 12th at 9 p.m.
Bethel (5th Bridgetown) on
Wednesday, 13th at 6.30 p.m.
First Sea Scouts (Ist St
Michael) on Saturday at 9 a.m.
Harrison College (7th Bridge-
town) on Saturday at 10 a.m.
On Thursday, 14th he will meet
the Girl Guides at Pax Hill at
4.30 p.m,
On Saturday 16, k
, broadcast Record which will

he will make

»have got

practice the Song “O Come and
Go with Me to my Father's
Housé ... which will be used
as the closing song for the Camp
Fire {

Commissioner Appointed

Mr. R. S, Jordan, M.A., the
former Island Commissioney of
Grenada has undertaken’ the

duties of Assistant Commissioner |

tor St
his

John. The Groups under
supervision are St. Mar-
garet’s, (St. John), St. Mark (2nd
St. John), Cherry Grove (3rd St.
John) and Lodge School (4th St
John). It is extremeiy fortunate
for the Groups in this Parish to
the services of such an
experienced Commissioner as Mr
Jordan and we look forwardsto a
great improvement in the stand-
ard of Scouting in this area. Con-
gratulations and Good Luck!

Committee Meeting
Executive Committee
the Island Scout Council
meet. at Scout Headquarters on
Tuesday next, 5th February, at
5 p.m. They will decide whether
it will be possible to send the
full contingent of 19 to the
Jamaica Jamboree in view of the
now increased cost of passages.
It is likely that the contingent
will be reduced in number to ten,
Scout Passes

The funeral of the late Arch-
deacon Shankland took place at
St. Michael’s Cathedral on Wednes
day afternoon last
Shankland was a great fricnd to
Scouting and was in fact the first
Scoutmaster of the Cathedral
Troop. For many years, during
his, term of office as Dean of the
Cathedral, he permitted the First
Sea Scouts’ Group to use a

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WEATHER REPORT

The Camp will be held and as the Bishop said

YESTERDAY on Harrison College grounds on lenge to us to live well and die
Saturday 16 at 8.30 p.m, The well.” A Patrol of Sea Scouts at- YOUR INQUIRIES ARE INVITED.
Rainfall from Codrington: public are cordially invited to tended the funeral service at the

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- : which it is expected will be a Liaison Commissioner

Temperature: 67.0 if very good one. A small admis- — Squadron Leader Bill Ramsey of
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Barometer (9 a.m.) 29.991; Jamboree Contingent Fund. ¢A Ocean View Hotel. Bill, who is!

(11 a.m.) 29.920. practice for this yas held yester- not entirely a stranger to Scouts | Ane Ls —yili yh bt

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TO-DAY. racks, Passage Road. Quite a Imperial Headquarters in London. |

Sunrise: 6.10 a.m. Hunbes of the old favourite He will form the connecting link |
Sunset: 5.57 p.m. songs were rehearsed with the Commissioner for Barbados by
Moon: First Quarter, Febru- Police Band under Capt. Ratson,

ary 2. Two new_ Scout ae from

3 Ralph Reader’s Gang Show were :

Lighting: 6.00 pee tar rehearsed: they are called
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ESTABLISHED 189S BAHBADOS i ,. \KV '. I'J New Egyptian Cabinet Meets To Form Policy ns Tin: iiAxtr CAIRO. Feb. 2. la eek-uld independent Cab d*S lor til al,;-, Ef pi i poltej In tb ixpu % %  #•(! neROtiatio!^ %  %  i Angk hityptian dispute. ,.. El Din | n Seen tar; n Maher Pagh.. U Pi 'in 1 WES "p. t pared to negol cop) •" v proposals which would satisfy EgyptUn national %  aplraMom. Jeep Mtrakl of Kgipuan I the already h^' J v^ poll -tor' rouiwi the?, city. arM bloody iea MI The Interior Ministr) told a press conference yesterday thai police had seized large amount* of hidden eaploslvcs In Aleaandria. It said that the police also seized eight uurk-load* of i innbercii materials looted during taw Jan-, luxpagaiKhi nit) M riots in Cairo. tnnve*. touched off by the colony' The newspaper Alahram re-, deportation of Communist leader* ported the Cairo-Sue* road wa hei*. three weeks, ago. expected to be opened on S:ilurph c Communists set up loudday or Sunday for nil ITaaaTC ,,1.,, across the border from without examination by ttntlshj ;. jWu m Hrng Kong's i troop*. Alahraai said the police are. niorie* and bcfan playing proholding 88 suspect* for last | agenda record). attacking the Saturday's riots as they continue || (iri( Kone Cavernn to search houses for looted. ,n c ,, | % daporlhu more Ihaa 1* nuterial ckei". union leaders and Gommunist Propaganda HONG KONG. Feb. 2 Communist l>.udspv ik< M.y, t Kc. ,; .-I i he newest s eries of il evu literListed among the scircd ( "£j .-i• %  • pistols. rifle*. daKAl ,„, \ .ble-beigvr* and large quant tieof ,,,,.,., .„n.,l< n the South China eloUi silverware and imen. ii -,.,--.. )fc i'i ind U rri U lid 'hut ow -u^r %  sira M( ,| lbflth poppj^ huvc no revealed the names of ptattM Mm) f , K HI Government fa ktl Hridve (,i.ii.|nl "' acUOB, Official, sources said %  several J< vernme..t had never been more" people were rounded up liUsan ana prc-Ko. during the last 24 Hour*, sutgil-u.-* wo.ilu be dealt with as pected of implication In las'.t firmly as pro-Cinmunigts. The Saturdays Cairo incidents Me.uiHem lac Fust uluottal claimed while soldiers armed with rifle.-: Hn* Kong In eute% lewisciou and machine guns guarded' approaches to the Kasr El Nil j Bridge and nearby sentrio at' a hotel were under" M shoot to kill if there were any i atbriafcj Dr. Abdel Wahab Ausm Hev id* sltuaafford* mlei. |] .HI opportunity .o-i" which ,'io were ic ported not '"as -.mple propagandists, but because Egypt's envoy to S.udi Aiabia. .( dangWOU .itivihes'. The meets Mahei and the Chief pi ,!, ,.i rtO reads made situathe Hoyul Cabinet Hole* Mi'. non shall be \* Progress OfTrueeTalks Disturbs L.S. The .. I lliat 1| I tiic West is i Prolesl Against \< uhinan's Arrest I A HIS Feb. 2. i Russia assailed Uie United Stales on Saturday for protesting the* arrest by Czechoslovakia of the j American newsman William Ontis when -many" in the United States' tried for their opinions." | ik ii tc W. P. Pavlov told the U.N. Social Committee the antl-Hed campaign in the Sates 'frightened the people out of their skins" to the point that the Americans are now afraid ..f thOfcf own constitution.—U.P. 11.M.S. I)e>oilshire Expected Friday The 10,000 ton cruL-er II M S Devonshire, now a familiar ship to Barbadosan I IM M M S Enard Ila>. H.. Class Frigate. here from next ( I i II Ixthe first visit to Barhauos for the Enard Bay while the Devonshire will be milking her uiuil yearly 'i>rmR %  The cad %  ' ng<-n ,h e two ships ara BngUab, Australian. Canadian. Chinese and lmli-n DurinK U.C.Vi .1. \\ ill Get Full Time Chaplain GEORGETOWN 15 G Feb 1 Back from Nassau. 'he Bahamas, "here h. presided over .; of a syn.id %  of the Anglican Province or th? the Archbishop, the most Rev Alan John Knight. DD. sbdad Chal decisions of particulai importance ansra bed durtnn he dell Iterations. First II was decided to implement a constitution of the l respect tn tation of clergy and laity al 'he im ial Synod and lacoodlj lake provisions this year for appointmenl of a full turn Anglican Chaplain to the University College of the Wesl Indies. Regarding Ui fonnei Mi> Grare explained that the proem refuUUODS which were framed ten ago, ere consldere-l to be unworkable nd ax amendment *• Ikacefab put forward which In due time will be submitted to the i rr this I nt liml> favour. two %  ( the clergy and two of the lail> from each I %  micd svitod to nrn i ieputtas. The Houn of Blohon i nlllllHl' the Bouaa .if Doputaea will either separately or with bishops, as the President f OW Snod -hall from time to time decide It was derided to have a further meeting of the i 1 Bishops in 195a in 1 Th'-n if new provision Is made, here will be I full meeting of tory end to hoallllties has not : •!:. EXIIU lo the public service in ruu rtmdi Iht wide expertof w ho hu li-en in public 4 %  A 111 th. PAR I United SI i Li luted Nation i.egOluitio: gate Ernest A^ precisely moft further sm.rling" of the .ilieuticomphc.it',i problem" facutg i'ai nuinjom rMgotlators Uiat proposed barring any pol" bate 00 Korea for now. GIUM. ii .ii ..,, %  ..ii the picreas%  th< H I %  lung progivs at panpuinjoea alter the POjlU ; CxmUBHMe in.li down ibe bovlet motion t i. (i.iniig the debate ilaagaj JaoOt A. Malik hau % %  'ice he "woul i i i liClpatO" ill tile Illegal" deltall but made no move In walk on arhen in* motion was donaleo fatly to five (the Soviet blOCl with 12 abstentions. The West's proposal u. lb. col .Boon i> oiiinulU-e would ban | scale Korean d*beie al l i'i, apecial session "as soon as an a.inUtlce la reached or If ItDead arises for in %  Nations military measure* aituie reaeon, Cross' express rogress of 'he armletic" .,H. iba % % %  of oiiuii.i speeulaUon In 0 ton that B %  -t ill tin armistice may have cooled of! Gross toln tin I %  the "Uniled Staleji M loth couix of negoti.itiiHu at Panmunjom %  /< ahaic with all other p* Ing nntioni a profound seu-e o dis-aj3u o„. I lOlll d >esierd i kin i n.i-.uial ceaieen Mr \U\ appnihii; : Uui i lias and (reigning iiuls. lie srai | ni-i, i M'ulies. hAndrew Clifford Jack. 'ther Canadian, wri idtng at the M Li the Advocate thai I ; wn Mr. Davil 10 years. te said that Mi Uai >ra. tednej bound (or Uarhadi* a i .-.,. %  and dei Idod to %  hotel. "Wi he said. Dr. Jack mid "We llarhacso'' ejaajpiog fi m Canadian winlei %  n.. be embalmed gl ada ii Mahomm Arab %  .1 .. %  . ; %  Hit* Cap* i%  %  '. It ml thai Crtenik al tin if the Fi Royol Con/tlc Welcomed In Nairobi NAIROBI K. I l*lllH<' %  •hilip < %  %  %  i I %  %  Bdinbui {i %  . i. . I M. s, ,: i) lu, Asian men %  ii de. ..:; %  ; % % %  %  %  n Fiaiu%  I rgedl.v haj villag' salad ofl test enure i-rt of i u> a uly this alia, In Tunis. Arab shop-, %  tardaj in a nationwide Ian i>a> oi 11 dependence' gad opened briefly art] Ihli nioining. but then put ere again as a protest • gainst the report of the Cape Incident 11 eadqua rters com aid 'hat S3 Army rtnes, I gun*. 13 carbines, two tune. 81 mlllunetre 1 Anti-tank mines, sevI pistols, and a large amount oinmunition were seized in Hie Cap,. BOM round-up Two %  it luneha K. i] | iti., top OR the I >...! i 0U| B Ii' one in ti.. Soutl \' \ i leavi Nalrol i %  i v.,1 I'-lge In the Sgana Valle* BU the snow capped mountair rno UHlge was given them veddiai gin i.v the ( i ,,, —t' F %  %  Council rshlp in < both IIA MM HI branches ol I l lilt' l.v bile hnlduiK imbor. rvlurnrd lUDOUon in %  t Appeal and livi Coun -WANS FOR A PRINCESS VANCOUW Three pan ol iai,. ti u.op. t. i eensne ma) bo wni to Bnglan %  *; wivK. as a bel-lcu jjifi [rem U i | unta i< I'I aiieth and the Duba I Uinburgh With the swarm a native to North America will be sent to i i ili.lia-, .i memento %  ( (iie,i V sit lo BrlUah Columbia in Ooto i'.r. I I'fovi'Hi.il Synod with bishops. lerical and la) repn rid in Trinidad in 10S6 CR been reached despit'the and patient efforts of the United Nationside "—U.F. ASTHONV EDEN Schuman, ended two days of talks on world problem* with a Mlminute meeting this morning A communique issued at the end of the -M TI .aid Che iwo dOVOted particular attintion to means of allying Britain with a project for establishing a European defense commuity —a unified European army be given plent) of UDM ashore for>coinpoaed o' units from Germany dancing and parties. France. Ilalv and Benelux l'f ICX.IM (IIAAI.f U.S. Centres In Iran TtU.Ce Talks Can Remain Open Deadlocked TEHERAN. Feb 2 Piemiei Mohammed Mossadegh! ornled that any instructions had been given to close down the offlces or the United States Information Service In the Provinces. He said that the POatn mild continue functioning wlthDttf Govi-iiiineiit hindrance. The mis-understanding whicii led to the belief that some action .nainst the office^ was underway • %  rose when copies of the Cabinet decree of 1949 were distributed to certain Constuatea, The US. Embassy also confirmed thai no action against the U.S. was Involved — I'.r. MCNSAN. ton : Allied and on. nun.-i I %  inpiogre** on noncontroverslal matters connected i*rvising a truce, but disagreed on how to poli< %  MM and who should control the five islands ofl Korea's west coast. They did not even touch the DtOCfcfng Hem of talks— the Allied propoeed reatrlcUOD iai Imilding and reconstructing airfleldi in Korea during the ceasefire period. After over four hours "working level" teams firstly agreed that eaoh side could determine the rank of Its own members on the military armistice commission, tfiey picked Panmuniom tlco headqunrters after 'truce signing, but gave the am,Hdht lehnOBS another spf %  ioaa afbero t want to go after. Reor Admiral I R. E Uhby who handles Unilod 'Nations war pri ner. raago tions. said the Hedagain refused neutral team, to Inter* %  %  Hi %  e th. -u.r 25 Cane Firrs This Year Tweuty-Mve already occurred thai sear. majority were u. threw lighted ears nnd other vehicles A police' 'he Advaeste hilher, the dtor, ..,, 1 Dudle) Lea< 1 Bli John saini removal Keen n ground for erttl i'n agan I 11 %  ej LltlVO, For some timr • 1 %  ijve planfaM % %  On Other PflgM Faae 2. < arib (alllm. TnurUm 3. Cinema 4. Hporl Fraluiirtniikir IISI Spurt h>porU. *. u Iilnu %  *" Inniiin • 7. Women I.nl.rlourMHiiidrri' %  '• Sire. I liilerl liner* In IxMidun III Seoul Iboadra-I II. Art and AritsU l£. Children II lomle Strip* IS la.ral Sews i.il Jpital Bjnj| there waa a .oital also as a mark of protest against the U il if %  s women agitator* arrested Or throwing stones through a bOB win-low .lining last week's %  rue of ihe woman were senmeed to one month in jail and %  %  n.qiiitted. The French Rssi%  % %  neral, Comte Fean De ll.iuleclocque still had received o reply to the French note that the Bay three lays ago. Tunisian leader* are reportedly disappointed with the note whuii they BBkf otfere.! "nolhniK in'. —IM" Itusniu W anls War To End PABU Russia, demanding in Moil to I Ai'ie using ,. % %  Jackob MatHi -'.urge after the Unite, liiurse of ti %  K %  ide in Hu li lied "• %  %  I 1 %  %  ing ,, We I do net want 'o 1. 1 1'iuman. Malik di ,,i',., vane 10 < U |U legad attack on [Ol -nn 11 planes ram with ullatj IT IvJiiiK'tKit \m! CUII\UA llii^ 1 I'M' 11 A plastic raincoat % 'Ion Sg, and on I2. oonumiiitt aruela value of $4.44 and Iff were sti>l< i. owned by Wllllan of Wat.: I while lh) side ihe Kagle llnll. Si MkclUM I i| mid-day tm Friday. •I t 1'in in 11 ni.sf JVIH Dtimagvd %  Ml AKMV IIKAU ,. 1 it A 1 1 „ avenge the loaa of loui U • %  ; %  • week of the war damagi-i .ni< MH. . I %  jets fought 35 MlG IVS all tin %  1 A 1 or dei %  < %  % % %  %  I b 1 %  ma gei hrfl %  %  % %  ; %  %  plans* dm nix the pal' 1 r Knitting Co. Get New Premises rv*a Choi*a Ralei|li and you will DOSKM s bfcj h Of great urcnajili %  Dooth runnuis. superior wutkatsndnp and h( Ufa. fluik of thr floe 11 maieriali W the *oii %  and BSM cyUe ri i' 1 %  THIl K IM AlKCRAPT wss engine n-esssaUtiag • cassli-t THnew ecgiaa sss sg Oadsd I by %  relief pit ad is Barbados ou Wsdne-dsy due to mechanlral trouble 111 the port 1 aaaaga t> seen here being swuisd into poaltton It was brougbt over After %  trial flight, the aircraft left for Coracao tae tame erasing for '.m M;.land The machinei MJ . ilseremoved and the .ted. •. 1 I 'sse* rsBpil I %  %  ither In machlnerv from the K: Itarbadm CoM| tting %  business m*n %  busim K Kactory Ud. that production u%e of their Spinning He uaid that Uv Plant would occupy the bottom month. 1 % %  *.? J"!3H THE felisf fit I IfCVCll A wide vafiely of n oduls always on display and ready assembled (or you take away See) our cycle Derailment. Itrst Floor msavmi 110.. id. 10, II, 12 & 13 B:c .d Si • • 1 I I %  Dajiib VI





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PACK -l\ SUNDAI IUVUCATE -,i \m\ 11 lit:i un I'.:,2 Dream Girltill I'M— Shampoo JIVCI your hir toll. llamoroua three way loveliness ^e • frsajraallt '!•• %  • Gllitaalai " %  • %  ••• • Sail. Mt| t "aaaea €&> LustreCreme's billowy IMher „ blend of secret injredienls plua gentle lanolin. f $S&> luspie-C'W'we I {Sftyk SHAMPOO ^ss^^ JSO* %  GALA'S <^-M^ I iP COLOURS SEWING CIRCLE MEASURING FOR A BASIC DRAFT Measurententi on the hum. _^a>>m^aa_^ figure are very difficult to take accurately, bul with a food sot nl ii.i'ividui'l measurement, an excellent basic draft can be mao> The first step is l make ui %  measurement. >hnuld have lim I fourteen different mvasurMnoMa iimm. The first .olurnn on Uw I left ) %  for the number of j measurement The second colum.. oantattt the name of the measureMOI, The third rulumn Is label %  d "Full" and Is used to enter m•umfcrence measurements. The fourh is labeled "Back" and the %  fill 'Front" Tintismw of the fourteen different measurement* are as follows: — that's Cooking In The Kitchen? Tomatoes an quite plentiful now although they are not cheap. Here ,\ a vrrv good recipe for Muffed tomatoes or as It i better known in Rurope tomsUn a la. Your Baby \ And You MB Sonia, London's latest Came Queen a iow cafe incut, m [Ml) off Tottenham Court-rood. Here, the svelte, slant• vcj seductress babbled on In a shady nook while dope-traffickers and eonperiod is generally dem n P***Bd by and peer• |„ %  %  % %  '" ' rtmti llAmaa. • >k,Mii*i if our Slip fa slttHi ititp %  > MSUR CHARLOTTE ed In to pay homage to IboUsdoi at neck to no* .vaistPENNV NOLAN •• Igu elastic .it the waist. Men ire lef. and right Bides In t back and enter the longrt THIS flood aa the iwenty-one-days SLU'..^..^ •SHU follow child birth. It is ^ArUn^^^nH^ SrSSffiJ PTOI OI %  J " *&F* tB 'of thXfv r r molh *7.^n: p ,ldc Sfi iKp':; thnawlvoi on getting bac* ,o cocoa arKl p i ungcd _7 uUv work almost imroeduiely. MM ...dreated—Into her sordid uiough mere u u trend tod ) lo story. bo active earlier, moat Due tor "I was little more than and Mid wives will advise :i. an Innocent child at the i.-n to tuurteei. days are about time." she said, "the only sufficient Unit to regain one %  convictions I'd had being S,ZI, 1M ,.„ ,. strength and to heal p:operly inmerely for larceny, loiterwTV b4c "" K uft ternaiiy. '"g nd letting .„> hair w**n the tomai.t. Cut th c tup wuite soon after baby's bnth <"* n " P"bind #nh a teaspoon Uke away yo ur ilgure wUl begin to return to %  •£ ^*_•*" arid the water. Put normal and to assist thc abdom. Sh potted %  m on the ice until you are in.i m ,.^-i .., „,,. HMM. her raven %  ha|U>n Pob">< %  %  i'p#r muscles to rvgaui thei to go to dinner. he Rusalan aalad. Boil one carciae,„ rru. rot, the 2 Engnsh poUto, a %£* Prepare m the least possible time m .Id be give trei like mous coiled f IM Morgue "s overdraft . Sf !" S bKk ,nd V"? . breadth ot Ihe shoujder and i. ""• ";blepo,^(ul ot Malonnalae. ^ M,uU.-i al neck to bun | aKcn from lho „, ark „„, na%v Till the tomatoes with the mixb *Ji!? 1 Rotol mtde „„ ,„, rt.h, h „„| d ,. r ip ,„ tur. and add a tiny bit of MatBuat line thr rorreipnndmg mark on the >naiae on the top of each of the Neck at centre to aide aeam 1-t shou i drr „„ Same back and nat.*. Serv„ in a plate with at walet mt a few bi^ of paisley. 12 Under arm side seam N,,—^.. Batman bust points. A"^ 1 "^ ncn ''?''""' '' '" Walatllnc draft wlu •" y" lne amount of ( ,.,... alo^, ulder. It la n Zwiebach i H „i, „-^_ diagonal measurement from thc light briiiche The B pe,^"be,n measured mk oh the shoulder tip to ,h, Lf^.^Zl l„.„M waall her ...u.l f„und.tiun "%*,*; F&JES .^'".r ''" %  >" nm to locate the natural waist'">' "'?'*"" "•' Sj^f",,"; I Ion urns In this elas'!f„ ,h ? u n FZ SaL I u I .. DM front. ?S" 4 w f" 'V %  k 'r^VJ! M •he exact centre back and b v *"'7 lhe " lc s "" 1 "" ,h; -a. h .ide in a becoming lomeasuring when you pi birth l itrlctly at rest In bed Here are a few simple • ises that can be done by yourself, remembering, that Ihe preare practised aMn by ERNEST DUDLEY i-,i nau'itp namec lT Rupert) Moraui clutches I was a supple Hngers. "1 thought," Sonia went on, 1 ily wanted me to become Ru (short for ot ma into hi* wax in his cruel. Zwieb.ch day before adding the new ones. iind that you should no, overdo £,"£ J "' r T.„H ri^S. dium size iiwiebach; mde in H ttecoming 10—--— %  • -.— j!" K — <—lor the side seams. ItWll mark '^„ p [! c l lhe !" "S. 1 •neasurementi come to each of "rreapond 'heile points and the pins will in.i.re icnn | Wl'l Mil' make a small mark ikln at each of thi joints: — 1. the Butur I ex i mt >olk Miu I BUM (BOI full) A lint/ bit of luswwarm w.Wi Take 2 oi. of flour, put It big cup and add the yeast. M them at tlrsi. Always stop if y a kind of very feel In tho lout bit tired Msd t — 'hich u usually lax completely, face down fctf nh breakfast or half an hour after exercising each day. Ia< Day Lying Deep breathing —alx times. Foot exercises, bendinj; anil stretching ankles—six times. 2nd Day Lying wild knees became "aecreu'ry bent, contract muscles of abdomanager. Wlthl men and arch back. taking his mind taking me off to morning coffee and cakes." Up For Coup him in. and he • i U4> Baaf* (luV'V. C'-aKlffd O mcKLV EUJ notes .vjitmg outside. •Then he tied me up and gagged, me (with n ,.M: he.i borrowed the short wave). He Irfl me me some time later and fetched %  sjaaaai able Showgirls. Instead he (Oroid me to help him rob the Grand National Bank, Aintree A huge tear trickled down Son :.OIM1V niti her cocoa, waking fence at thc next table. %  Wild references forged by I'i. a phoney fairground fakir from Kelixslowe," Sonia continued, "I %  "When the police -p.^.tioncd mo old them how I'd tx-en gagged by three masked IU E Crl mi ralM Uu i Sonia let another teardrop fall. '•Which tn %  paused whole show away, and Ru .Morgue Srd Day Raise head and ahoul-jrs three limes. This exercise vebrow pencil '?l h ""1 U en .""'" t"*, m k Hour and"."^hVtir." hlfof mu.t be done very gentl, the bare %  •*• •BSLSaS ."SL =. l lukewarm water and put the cup but later you wlU be able to .it following ,"' %  • %  •" nt """" *'>"' %  > %  Same ,„ w "J^ OWI me cup ^ ^^ ^ ^ p Qf ^ mmm x „„ v ,„ 15 „ ,„„,„, h „ ceo. w Sdown from S^^^oLS:'"' g S"'^^^! iSSft-JSL %  — Sr."~ "^ C "~ ** ' „ ,V she told tho poUcss, -In vri uld li.i i Ru I let kicked off lr hinh-heclcd shoes. answered them. Jk*-a.r.| U fsa-HMI |Wi UWI. la-'l <-** ..o-., ..<(-GaU'. (a.hion-r'ght colours are the newest vr among models m the great Pan. and London drtu hOusM ... fo' Gala colours are perfectly keved to the latent dress shades... arid Lip Lme allows lip colours to be changed quickly and cleanly at each refill, contained in its own metal shell, i* interchangeable in the same easi And there's a glistening Nail Colour to n.Ot.-. •houUcr „t nevk mrk"" Number 7 is an aid In thc loca* il1 V*' a x>ut l0 or I5 nunutea) aldeway^—twice each way. i''-m.m to. ar^hoieseams at "on of the bust point on the draft. d It to the mixture in the m.x6th Day Lying. Bend, stretch t" down level tumi marked Number 8 should be taken ,n bowl and add the glass of and lower leg*—four tlmea. Under -rms r down from around the fullest point of the %  ' ( %  "*> luke-warm). Mix 7ih Day On hands and knees, armpits fw lop uf underbu,t lne w,ln ,he %  '* wril U P ln e ver y h n %  nt > '"rt working the Draw in ndbomen and relax— arm side seams back and the lungs filled to give ''"Ugh as if you were making the pour time* Centre back neck enough eue for hrcathing j in the J^Jj^J 0 ^^ brioche, that i. by The-e exercises ra*tore the y^"* muncle tone and prevent a greit deal of trouble in Inter years, i*' You should try and continue 1 eek aft <'.amorous Chinchilloiia! ^uuth. eUrtlc I th7nr..T.oo^ ^ '" at *£ * description, you wiU be able lo %  birth athev will 6. Centre front neck basic. Take the back and front working the dough with .. I'Uce a pin exactly over each bust "epeTatdy from point to point hand, take it out of tho bowl and point. under thc armpits. Be sure the beatu.g It against the sides of the Measurements are token from back and front added togethu bowl. When the dough becomes I buxly and the ,ull ' ,n * r 11 measurement Umgext one is entered lii the chart. Number 9 i* taken from the Beat peat has some difference in m r ot ,hp ' re f onl • %  _> llfl it with your hand in one piece measurement between the right 'he pin at the tfde waisUme. Refrom thc bowl:. Put It back in .Had |,(i ,i,|, „f ihe body and if Pt '"f back. Thi. measure dethe mixing bowl and after coverll,e ;.""iut made lo 111 the %  • %  r"'ini IsM BsOM Ol BH IWI Hg il srlta I CJOtt PUl H IB I the slight amount of warn of the draft warm place and let it stay for extra mnterial on the smaller side Number 10 is taken from the one hour. You will sea thai after helps to cover up tin difference mark one Inch below the armpit one hour the dough will have So both right and left sides are lo lhe P ln al ,hc wal,llinc almost doubled Its sire. Work cut alike or. in other words, only Number 11 is taken from pin to it a tiny bit more and put it on Halt B pattern U needed to cut a pin' ""' kl,c h'" table. Now give the l,..li in, i lenientNumber 12 is taken full around dough a cyluidncal form and cut ouml the liodv ar.taken fu' ; l be waist at the elasUc and then \\ n seven or eight pieces. Butter rake till t-.ke HM til t wd I By 8U8AI\ DE,lCO\ •U juu balp nythfn* to restore %  to normnl. ' Irlr. AWfUl CHILDpoaatble; then lb •re measured scperately and must odrl op to the full measurement %  the nearest quarter of un Inch He sure lo start with .. good tape and ii*' the MRM |a t.i draft To UuU nieasuiement Number 1, I laog iroui tape ^ thc mark you ue made on the shoulder at the neckline and drop it straight down 'Inwaist at the elastic and then it in se Wherever *P !" jY for back and front I*ih,.i frciM tween the pins and the sides^ Number 13 Is taken a...un.t tr cheat lurt lielow the armpits II<>' over the fullest point of the bust Take a deep breath Number 14 Is not actually use I In the draft bul is a good cbecM measurement. Take from morK timark on shoulder at neck Beginners should remeaaura the ^ 1(h d -^-.. ijeanll ifvural t lne* 'o dc .... .. same person several time, to develop accuracy Next week we will explain lb' draft of the bat k bodice from the*£ %  measurementpiece of dough, give it shape and put it on the bottom of the tin, do the same with the next piece and put it near the first pressing it a bit against it, repeat until lhe last piece has been put in the tin. Cover eveiythniK %  uMiri with a cloth and let it stay for another hour. Beat the other put it very Motneij — good culture, irol — (i-iuu muMi — thrift ence — gouu iducaUoi. iu§b social ; i-y mr uiaiitoruu-souiidiiiy naiiuri WOULD -my girl rcully want to yu.ii io /urs and are loo shy to marry such a u^r.^un—ven oak axoctlg tcnat iheu or*. n ji^ VI'.NV* ''.UaanfAl mm !" VLD a man have al lhe*e mat mode from Uenes. Dingo. MeesW Mammal, 01 I Inn. i iluu, •VWUU iug anow vvn.i juu arssng ouving.' A LONDON FURKltK says:— .uiumeit are often rnuled kKLTTK Kabbit. U ID iffubt, the ;Fur Trade Association will put you right. Uulkeith—und a romance of UH i nut lightly on lhe Zwkebach. Put the oven foi about twenty minutes. Let It cool and serve it with II irai a love'v Dcirft and tlidn t att fur a ireond AelrHno once—/ lust *et>' %  avlna I am. ftainjrv" HIGH FASHION and LOW COST together with 5 )L Trouble A BROOKLYN I.AMIIAin Mrs. Abe Upkien. gels sent to j..il for ten days for not providing hot water and central healing for her tenant. She told the magi'trate thai th lMi m .ilways gave her "plenty if trouble". But magistrate Charles Ramsgate retorte.l Listen lady, if 1 lived in sour house, and had to borrow water for my bath. I'd give you plenty of trouble, too." Cake Providence It is a funny name for n cakebut as it Is so economic and gooo yoaj will probably understand DOPE IN SYRACUSE. New York. Or would lie be nn reU deadly dull. 1SN' p venue of humour more important than high social standing—and generosity mure attractive than thrift? / uill pau one ouinea each for _. the four best postcard* from I'KIM'fcSS MAROAKtrrs ""'id. pmnff Che ir rtrtur* you engagement lo the EARL QT ">nider neccK$ary l a perfect l..L*M.H have followed a J"•"*; IJ^'U^TvpnrHU similar pattern to THE KINO-" and qt KEN'S own engagement. THE KINO (then Outer o; Vorfc) and the Queen (Lodb rw^ lt £tt:abeih Uounrs-Lyunt became I engaged on January 15, 1923. In Ihe same week of IH52—ju.t 2* >...ilater—the Earl of Oalkcith in al Sandnnghum. On Krida> IW ?. t e identical ^'£\'> ( "" rieet-street. London. I ( l For those UIHMII lo . who u-eek-end) the Duke of York phoned tnc Earl of St rath more FABRICS Yos. you HIUI your little gil can alwuys IM> HI the liii'lut*. style .it half Ih-.>i 3aw vour own Iresws with sen-atile "' v v\. rnndo" Ptsblki nuifle !-\ '/ K. <>f the iiigesl ::i...'iil;irlureis v. ifiilon print* in lhe world. Here Rn two |Hipiilnr BtVRffly I'.ittern-. t". uiHnen'i dreswi. and children's wear like ill "Tex in.uli-" in.iter.nl. each is oasy to hatidle and new each drapes smoothly, slays fresh, wears well and washes quickly. . Mil* I Ki. left ta Identical Earl of mixing bowl nd mix everything anti-drugs commiss well together with a wnoden that thefts of drugs from chemists' ..poon. When thc mixture is shops by addicts in Washington smooth and soft butter a cake alone average £5,350. 'in (about 10 inches diameter) i> uist wants to .i a loi c in me last ball f AUm.M.lo.N BXMOND-8. id Work. s. d.) Uui lh should not seriously the arcii .mu patronis. %  On Health, he says "... walk vigorously for half an hour each luncntime. Don't dawdle walk m %  long, topln| itrlda . hum a tuna as you go ... "I" 1 %  %  ;' daap breathlong tho corridors of vuur utuce building ..." Pour thc mixture in the tin and put in moderate oven for about 4 hour When the cake is cold plate and sift pome ig sugar un th top. simple cake, economic >• .n't i.,ke any time t tho result. I am certain. goefl, also bea HI %  g.-Vi site cake. Trailer B THEY ARE BlSY in TUlSR, and It Okl.thonia, building a £7,000 motor make; car trailer, with a throne room. ,.>ili bsi bettrooin, hathroom. and lift. It j.i.te .i II for King Ibn Saud of SaudiArabi.i. dauufilci A hUCRK \:. MRS On Dress Don't -loofc . kusablc and pwuoetMisjg. -Coloured froefca may be u'orn, so lony as Ifiey are business-h-xc BUT in the las) i.^lf of the Ihe qualities a look there Is valuable advice fa Infhe man her OH SPECIAL Di'TIts. How to part leu were "family affairs," But (here is still no neuil Mrs. Procter's '14 virtues"— and YOU What nKsther arties? hehave arhan \onr 1-is.s millionaires ; ., lli( , l(1 ,, a I'RIHTOR listed it Uv*, arhei shining virtues"':-' —L.E.S. f ** WITH CASHWtKE BOUOU't MCI POWDER Gets the Dirt out of WORK CLOTHES faster and easier than ANY Soap! Yea. KAB — evon in tin 1 hardest water — will yet the dirtiest Kiitnuiitclea-ter. whiter, brighter — and QUICKLY too. For your dainty thinirn or heaviest wash—use FAB...put it on your grocer'n list TO-DAY. Washing with FAE ictiially SAVES monev — Use HALF as Treat your hair in time! i) your hit' • • %  %  ad las %  MsvSfoJ HMO the KSlp P<" %  T %  %  my oihcr i ifmng; kfcssLyour ronrw. irvpiop'un* •lormmt tun-unco. •inCOM* Soli lei'-rsd Daticoialr pvdwmad %  Coahmarc Bouquet Foe* P. Qivat o Dim irneolh fifiiih Clmgi hghlty. •vonl,. for lolling lovl>n,i



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I'M.! Mtll SL'NDAV ADVOCATE SUNDAY, IKBKIAKY ' EVENING GOWNS ^^^ ICnd Of Mmmm ItVdiulions JllM arrived \r%\ Shipment ... IMPORTED COTTON DAY DRESSES S17 98 .*.. f. I OIII seta (MI,, F, fmmm rutm % If S.I* '. 4. [o p.M.. I lie ll.-il H.,|.., Of C anragr Front The NOVEL by STEPHEN CRANE ~ FEBS^ ! *• BOCKAROOS M H In respect to HOK. TIMOTHY ROODAL who died in Trinidad yesterday morning, there will be no shows at the following Theatres To-day. EMPIRE. OLYMPIC. BOXY, ROYAL no 1* back in Harba He I* spending i< %  hurl MaMa. Mr Laurto GltUtM of Ixvi BriltOD'i Hill. EMPIRE TOMORROW—4.4S •. **• OHHM twO.T—411 PARAMOUNT PICTURES PRESENTS— I'IKIM, EXPRESS" Starring :—JOSEPH COTTEN—CQHINNl CALVSRT EDMUND OWEN BLAZING ACTION Sl'SPENSF. by Mr F Meurk McGregor. TCA's Operation M*n*nT (Atlantic Regiwni Wltfc T.L.L. and Mr*. Vincent Lew.' and family who had been spending a holiday m Barbade returned i 0 Trinidad yeiterduv evening by B.W.I A. Mr. Lewie who la a Barbadian b with the Shipping Dcpartmerv *f M ai n. Trinidad Le.uehuluiia Bkk, K-r ISM to Or'.tlllaa AaWtiU Wot* UKUv Hrshai! C"'iin:.-ioii paid JD-— wmiaiu a co. uovt a. vion* Worfci. l-ix.l'.n. fctifLttu! EXTRA I SIT ID LATENT NEWS WATER SPEED''—Shof ROYAL Man. Tata. IS SIS Columbia Double • Wayne MORRIS — Pratton FOSTER in — -IHE IOIir.HER THEY COME' ana ••FLAME Ol STAMafJL" with Richard DtNNlKG OLYMPIC CHEZ JEAN-PIERRE In Hastings Phone 4084 Introduces THE VIKING SUPPER served every Sunday evening from 7 to 10 o'clock. a delightful variation to the pleasures of eating out" Table reservations only Maa. at IWu, 4 34 4t .15 It-K.O. Super Double — MZABETH SCOTT DENNIS O'KEErT ia 1HE COMPANY SHE MIPS AND HUM IHE MAN uons am a—..^" x-tt'S^ — | OKI YOUNG — CARLA RA1XNUA Wcttuatar Thuraaa, 4 M tit Howard Hutha* Production 441 "IHE •Ml LAW** Star line : Jane RUSSEU. — Jack BUETtl AND -RACE % I III I I •.arrant GEORGE RArT — WILLIAM a*NDI> HOXE Man. i, Taeaaav. 4 M at tlS Wataaoaau at — Ml Republic Whcle Serial HCRBCRT J YATfS >HwMe ROOCAIMRM-MEUIMM 1 DHUH laini-cauvaui A MMJUK aaootlCTION %  Bi : •I.XOHHSKA Kiviamn WITH RAY CRASH CORRIGAN Paramount preaanl. — HWVAWIMIS Starring., JOHN PAYNE -T^ rORREST TUC1USI1 \TTEXTIO.\ At Last you can have your Car looking lUta octw hv the use of JOHNSON'S Sensational CAR-PLATE at no trouble to vuurselves. YES—Your favourite NfcRVH KNTRE • %  •a. lav* l..i.-.. rt .k SEaaVKE SI II ION ha opened %  PotttMl Service (nr vour conveiienee. They also undertake the WASHINCi and QREASINQ ..i CM Vans and Trurks. Call today fur particulars % %  HWIITE mm* roi Hit-.oi s SMMVKm" PIKINK: r.TO TIMELY ITEMS AT REASONABLE PRICES New Cocktail Dresses Smartly Trimmed Hats Ladies' Shoes Evening Bags Handbags for Travelling 51 Gauge Nylon Hose Veilings, Feathers and Flowers Dress Materials Evening Coats Lace Blouses Pleated Skirts Silk Starves Tee Shirts Ladies' Woollen Pullovers Ladies' Housecoats Pyjamas and Slipper, Petticoats aid HiM Slips Lace Trimmed Panties Briefs American Br>r< The MODERN DRESS SHOPPE BROAD STREET. THE WOMEN'S CANADIAN CLUB .Annual Dance in aid of LOCAL CHARITY under the Auspices of His Excellency the Governor and Lady SAVAGE '•I IhcMarine Hotel -ON SATURDAY CVIMNti, February 23rd GAMES BRIDGE PAJ-MISTRY FLOWER SHOP ADMISSION $l.St M R AND MRS. CEOTiGE AMI WORTH accompanied by (heir daughter Martha MS diiitt. It-live Seawell ihis mornm for Pueito Rico Uy B-W I A Dn the lirnt leg of tbeir journey to Canada en route to their b' m liritnh Columbia. They arrived here in lute Novcn during their holiday Uh Having at %  Strathallnn." Rockley From The U.S.A. D it BMI Mrs. Brii,,. Alleynfof Baltimore are spendlni three week-, in Barbados Thev ... %  : %  M >d Mi )• V Cliiki it Wnr'hina. Chri*t Chure'-. Dr. Alleync I? a BarOadlan. Tht his first visit to tlv Island in many years. Mrs. Alleyne I* a of Maryland Short Visit M R. DICK LEACOCK, one of the Directors of Measrs. S. P. iuson. Son and Co.. Ltd.. WH* among the pasaengern on B.W.I.A.'s tight from British Guiana on Thursday evening. He had been '.here on .1 short irlatt. Mr. Let•ck itko President of the )arbado5 Chamber of Commerce Ai.-ivniii by the tame ph.-..' Meivyn Gnrll and Mi. rose de Montbrun. Directors of Jrell and Co.. Trinidad who (ell or Trinidad the following day .y B.W.I.A. Show Of The Year C AHIB drop|>ed In at tho Oirl*' Induidrial Union last week found members of the No. Club busily getting re.idv for m of the Year which wi,l be stas;ed at their club room mi %  which pivniiM-s n thJH| sensational will Ire graced by well known artistes hlle the mannequin diow will perhaps be the main feature of iht .•vei.mg. K.ith C.inpix'H and his Soeirty ive wilt ;ilso be there THE EMBLEM of the Barbados An to mobile AsiociaUon Thaw tuned to mtilcm>t. Iliriu'ieinow at a btlni r# ot 12 49. a itiiatlKre of two typ ana radiaten. 1 for Leaviag Today I%t'E to raturn to AnUgua ihi morning by 11 W.I.A. is Mr. Charlie Warren, son of Mr. and and Mrs. C. S. Warren of "Wynd-i." Hastings. Mr. Warren who has been on annual leave ii Manager of Measrs. Bennett nryaon's Bottling Works In St. John's. He has been holidaying here oince January 12. Three Weeks M ISS VERDUN SENHOUSt of Dominica returned hom' yesterday afternoon by the M.V Meoeaa after three weeks' holiday. She was the gueat of Mrs. Robert Yearwood of My Lord's Hill during her holiday in Barbados From Ottawa M ISS NORMA WOOD and her friend. Miss Sandy Fraser. arrived on Friary morning by T.C.A on a holiday visit to her father. Mr. PVT.-> Wood, who is staying with his brother and sister-in-law. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Wood of Culloden House, Culloden Road Mr IVrcy Wood, who is a retired executive of the Canadian Ba',< Note Co Ottawa, arrived here early in January He was in Barbados last year around this time on a similar visit. Back To Trinidad M R. CUTHBERT MARSHALL Max Factor's repreaen'ative in this area who was in Barbados on a short visit returned to Trinidad on Thursday by B.W.I.A, 25.000-Mile W.I. Tour M R. ELLIS A. WILLIAMS. Caribbean Representative of (he A J. Farrell Kure.ii of Brooklyn New York and DirecU-r of tlw Car.abraat News Agen.-> *ni. suppliei. the American P re — with W. I aews arrtved at Seawell yesterday evenkag by B.W.I.A. uada. He is on a Wl. tour coUecUng factual lnforma. American periodical*. Mr Williams is known in the West Indies for his work with the VS. Ot.ce of War Inform..ttan as bead ot the Caribbean Division who directed a radio programme to the W.I. during the last war. mer Stations WRl'I. %  nd WRUW—known as the We-t Radio Newspaper. He is on a 23.000 mile tour of the British. French and Dutch IT. Indies. Mr Williams will leave here on Tuesday for the Northern Islands He is a cousin of Mr. W. W Merritt. Chief Sanitary In|ector. Bridgetown He is slaying with the T.IIT.V at "Viamede". Rockley. After 27 Years A rTKH Ui rev iminths' holiday in Barbados. Mrs. Rkel Mullin a Barbadian who has been living m the L'-S. for tho past 27 years Is due to return io New York City this morning vl 1 Puerto Rico by B.W.I.A. Dm in* her holiday she was Maying ul one of the beach houses at Silver Sands. A farewell party in her honour was given theiv last night by Mr. and Mrs George Rogers. This has been her aM visit hone since she left 27 years ago for the U.S. Acting M R. FRANKIE MANNING. Barbados Scholar for 1961 in Science, is at present acting on the staff f the Lodge School. He has taken the place of Mr. John Humfrey. who has since been .ppointed to act as A.D.C. to th" Governor of the Windward Islands. John hopes to enter Cambridge later this year to read for a degree in Science, Frankle's twin brother Billy Is acting as an assistant science* master at Harrises. Collage. Li-ii son Commissitner S QUADRON Leader "Bill" Ramsay of re A. who has recently been appointed Liaison Commissioner for Scouting in the W.I. is at present in Barbados and is a gueat at the Hastincllotel. He leave* here by T.C.A. "ii Wednesday for England via Canada. Talking Point Diogenes struck the father when the son swore. B.O.A.C. Supplies Tourist Planes J n Keeping with its announced policy of providing appropriate comfort for pa ss enger s whan tourk c,il ** ,ravel conies Into effect. BOAC has released details of the TiocUlirations to the .ilft-raft n vhieh pas-.enif.ers from New York will be accommodated Jt the reduced single fare of US. $270 agreed at the LA T.A Con' Nice. December 4th. NasniaUoog have been completed with the Lockheed Alrernft Seivue Corp. in Burbank (0 .i.odifv and completely modi-rmzi live Constellation slr...ili Toi ihil purpose. Not only t.ill ihe interior be cornUred and redecorated, but a number of modiilcations to improve the comfort of the aircraft for will also be Incorporated resultinR in a virtual new airplane The IUIAC ( %  ..nstcllation will have flexible density seating so •fill be adaptable for first-class services and special charters in addition to tourist travel All passengers up to a maxtmun of 68 without regard t> the type of service on which the> are travelling, wilt be accom%  "udated in fully reclining sests without any rvducUon in leg room When used on services other tbsn tourist, the fourteen aisle seats can be removed in a matter of ruinates. Equally the llrst nix row* of scats can be folded against the Mdes of the fuselage to permit the i-irriage of cargo. A full and complete galley habeen provided for use when the aircraft are not employed in carrying tourist traffic and, with the 11moval of the two rear seats, a bar can be installed. On tourist services, most of the catering will be done at ground stops. One of Uht moat Important features Incorporated in the modi Heat ion of the aircraft is the installation of < <<" pletely m-w m conditioning and 1 lessui nation system, an Important feature of high regularity of operation at any altitude with maximum passenger comfort Although the number of passeniters that it will be possible to cam In the B.O.A.C Constellation has been increased by nearly fifty 1 eg vent. while leUining full leg "•mm for passenger comfort, there will be no reduction In crew quarters. The complete rejuvenation of the aircraft will be done on a pro-. gressive basis, with the work starUng on the first plane already In progress. As a result of the reduced fare, a substantial increase of tourist traffic is expected, thus Increasing B.O.A.C's dollar earning capacity. The airline has shown a gross profit of nearly USS3.000.W0 so far this year. The modiflcaUon of these aircraft will permit B.O.A.C. to offer some four hundred tourist seats across the Atlantic weekly, in addition to i: regular flrsti-lass services. Commenting on the tourist fares agreement at Nice. Sir Miles Thomas, Chmrman of B.O.A.C. in his rapacity as president of the International Air Transport Association said. -The One Way Tourist Fare is US. $270 which as forecast some weeks ago, is under ibe S2B0 mark. Eleven airlines including the largest American companies have come to unanimous agreement on several important points. The Conference was characterised by mu-fh goodwill and *iccommodation, starting with widely divergent views but ultimately hammering out a mutually agreeable compromise. It was good example of international discussion." saiiaal TOAY TO TUESDAY 4.45 ft 8.30 P.M. %  K O K.ta \iUa.i Pa-knl Ifcdiin s^TT-R^N in -The RACKET" MITCHUM I U1 ...,,c_ < '(IIV1 toi %  an. II i OPENING FRIDAY 8TH CAPTAIN HORATIO HORNBLOWER P L A Z "/m T /m DUJ 1401 C ,4 I K Y W The UarsWi r*4r a Sagga •• w*T TODAY IPM % %  *>. raosi rawto Wclwwl O-HHKA a *BSO I.I\MII a He* LU a ass | Ml I MH I MUSI William B1NDIX 3, •for* M. .: UH.,1 Tula, a WED %  m P u •atwubacWK..I Satrui riDIB\L AOBNT y INDHHusiD |M ROVAI. BARBADOS VACHT CLUB NOTICE A IIA.M I in honour of Ihe Commanding <11..-rOmcers and Cadets ef Has M*k>tty's Ships "Devan'lht^a• %  and "Knard Baywill bo held on 8ATCRDAY 9th l rb>. 1952, Dancing from 8 ou pin. to 1B.M aalfciigfat. AIMsUSSlON wUI be Sl.SS per person For Members and their Friends. By order of, The COMMITTEE OF MANAGEMENT, T BBUCE LEWIS. Manager & Secretary'JUST RECEIVED SILVER SWALLOW ENAMEL-WARE I'lDDlNG BASINS—7tt. ISc. tic. BOWLS—42c. 51c. Stc. 74c. .11 (IS— 96c $1.22, (1.31, 11.11 PIE DISHES—Stc. 48c. Mc. Mc. BASINS—70c. ttc. tic. tie. J2 PAILS wllh Covers—12 M PMI.S WITHOUT COVERS—(Z.II CHAMBEBS—ttc. 11.20 ENAMEL PLATES—2tc. 31c. ttc. M.IIII.S-; p4s_*i.:iz %  44t-lS T. R. EVANS tSc WHIT FIELDS DUl 4220 YOUR SHOE STORES DitJ 4606



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SUND4.1 I I IIKl ABY 3. 1M2 M M'W VI UK Ml I'M.I I I I \l V Paintings Of By An Artist • ncral impression of this artist's work it that i Lie to handle both colour and form, and %  0 far ai that impiession goes it is correct. But there is thins more to painting than the ability to use colour. ctJ ..pplk-ation of the paint has to be conYtrm with more than a passing glance Some of these pictures, on closer inspection, reveal flaws I .ne lanjelv to be detected in his Bower kUt] i d e r %  ''Landscape near Honirrju Eveare No ; "flowers in .i China nlng". Nc 15 "FNr.ch Countryside Vase" and No. 6 "Anthuriums" In Sprint" and No SO "Ps/sagIn these pictures the paint has Vendeen ar* among those of out been emulovrd to create an effect standing merit Into the exrcutli'T. i>cing used, which is Inof these scenes hat gone %  great excusaHc in an artist of Mr deal of thought and careful pla P • N--hou.. •.. % %  hi No. 12 ning (or '.he simplification of rorrr "Bouquel of Roars", however, he snd colour in no wa$ n rniirely charming from their freshness and charnromposi'ion, the execution of No tricks are used it la -tnighiwhirh i of Renoir forward palming*—no qulsk. nffect The colour Is subdue snd the arof pearls, brass, glass paper. sAc rangemeni simple snd straightThese sre painting, with whe-h It forward. No coup doll deceives would be possible to live and liefer us as in hi* other still life No. 1 STOW Ured. .These remarks apish with a bouquet of Ginalso to his Snow Scent-s No 12 dtolf and No. 7 "Still I-ife" ar* "Winter Landscape". No 11 Votre also satisfying especially the latter, Dame de Paris". No. 29 "Winter which possesses a Blow and hrllllPont St. Michael". The snow ha> ance dlfTlcult to create with so very been treated wish, direct aimpHIh\ Itomlul rut di ngaotl Mcmbv .-„il in atra Magnate ol the South L^ean. led Barbai 141. tw operated by Br. change in ItH 1 M %  %  I t 17 strong ami la i MM largest chain In Ihsj lottttl Caribbean Au I' i thcatrey now HU lu.i eight in Trinidad Del. >al. Koxy. Rita, Rlvoli Gaiety aSkd H. Guiana: Mitropole. lugl don. Hialto and CapiUl. arrth tha OgysBjale lb>\y and Hoyal HI H. ftuftci Ulfc liom tntalnment fe lulu %  aim there were StgRM i>l SSOt M COOaciousnesa. The circuit moved H.uikly along thia line and a** in February 1W7, he launched the Koxy at Eagle Hall whM m.idatwl 1.200 and in lXmnli the same year the Hoyal, w..ithiii;_wa* leunnhari Us had MM : ,i. ^ I.Ariucing batter type hlms to the public, and also avoid congestion ami nuiuiiiue (ian*porlallun dltllM. inaugurated the Suud l) matinee*, but with | %  I with the Chtireh he eOMulted the .lergy and aareed on certain hinir* for the SO as not U> interlete with the Church s,,; -,'-'<*#-'*'*-*•*•. fO-DAVN WWS HASH issi DAILY MAM eij**Tu BCSKKN vim IN %  • riANn iv-i i vrons ItM l*Ul i...is-..s | i MIL si at KIRSCH FOR CONTROL OK CURE AND AIR Ho better Venetian Blinds and Curtain and Drapery Traverse. Double a Single rods exist... We measure, quote. Install ft service Klrsch products. A. BARNES & CO.. LTD. will T. N. A. Field. B.A.. In the H..iruun College Laboratory on :r Tuesday Pebruarv 5th at euo tnr u " the courtesy of p.m. British Council. Also beginningon this nigh Ha t iMtct tinIsland on •everal I I v. %  \ < I I In theatre dp I \i. uainbe". situated Oeai |h jirinnisos ol UtC ( '"' H- I The., tre His intercl n voil businesk it Is believed has accounted for his ssealth, will be a course on Britain and Th* Commiitee cui. I.OVFKS of art have hsd their tastes satisfied within Her Empires by Mi and drafted an aaanda for His a. nvines in motion pi< t recent weeks during which thev have been treated to exTudor. M.A. These lecture.-,., "* %  >img „t the council aeas, iirelj Urred I %  s 3T0P FAIN QUICKLY with Phensi hlbltions by various artists. Mr. i; J. McLeod and Mr llindd % % %  m i both artlsU of %  put %  >in n a nrw r'.xhlblllon at the Itirbidos Museaas on tVed'i'-Mlay. February S. Mi MeLtffd will present West • i and landscape* in oils. Th, Police Band At Queen's Park B.OO p.m. In th' n, College Library. Mr. E. U. Hackett. API M will give a second course on Evenings with the Composers, beginning on Thur*d > y. \ nI'-.in i i from Marbadot, St. C. E. Raison will render d Grenada while Mr. %  Qta figure draw in pencil. libltlon also desen-es attention. 14th Wakefleld, B-ind under Capt. pjn. proLeeturea on Economlm art -..-me of music at Queens Park „ Xvt Wnu 0vrn bv Mr K H •day at 4 45 pm Straw. B.A.. on Thurdv idarrl The programme:— "' th YM.C A. The lime of th AasociaUon which will be .onm*, men, for the Outin vened on Thursday went up, then the wi Hymn* 1T1 i>na to Ur holisM in IK. Ir*.-A M. m lx> Shall *>!•<. Fat.-* Of Kxrkanfrr SATVXnAV rsailurARY 1. ISM NIW TOXK Tl 6 10 ("hrq.ir. on Il.^Kir. 11 SSatil or Dftimid Dtaiu II .'i | N i S n S/10 CtarnKi m <-ANAA Tl 10 ChnjLir. on llanhi DMIUIHI DiafU aupit iw.nt TI l w caMa Tl V 10 CM %  the British Council, affiliated clubs and societies, as * the lion which Include the Dire*pubUo of llaibados. tor of Education, the Kcprescnt., ative of the British Council, Tlie '" "'-"I'l i" addition to his Chairman of the Board of !' 'V*'* '" "" "-Inema in the HSri' ; M^sw?• s^s taesn, nsmr, secretary, I. A. Indian community in Trinidad and :i 10 Harrison Assistant Secretary, wai e.|ulh popular with I<-HI 11 '" and Mr. Rlseley Tucker, Britislt lenidatnrs. at a ,0 Council Ecureaoatattvei Eneu*a •si to were orrered Tor Mr II A Show wen suspended o. w Vuughan, who was unable l-> %  Satu rday and today throughout 71. a ic attend owing t<> prt l "' kta i<-.,.-to mourn 05 other duties, Mr. J. W II. Chi r 'heir lost a •fitlOw and (wo '•."• pry> the President of the Amfort. quickh and s.iMv Remember this — PHENSIC labktl neither harm the heart nor upset ;hc stomach Don't accent subsinuies. Keep a supply ol PHENSIC tablets by you' ^ Ph 6 ensic TWO TABLETS BRING QUICK RELIEF >. How the famous Bennett College can help your •^^*3S^^^^^^^*?^^sW*^***^*S^f^^^^rf;^^^^^^^ ^ career throueh oersonal %  % V JBETr-S I %  MUCH 11 IHISI % %  :J L TOM IIIIIH CWIIR ol dope POSTAL TUITION I r nso ren that >ou canrH paw the r.\uuM whKh will quality >cuade or profeuion. if you are hai in your career by i %  nporturuues hercN -nd cncouragenient. Cuararrtess tuition until u( CM*t u l When you eniol with the Hcnneit CoCei raa -di be coached umil you Ql A' ll rhw .unince gnen h> the i imcrnor of I'lC CollcaC Who hi% I, nth in tUJ )MCn. of i' njic Tuur iniiiung by pcsH lh<< way you have the tenets., ol Coitegc luition. but you work ui jW own ;ife Itm pace! No Mirai >fc chargeil Ml oooLi iire free to stitdem* Vaer latent ckvtracu .. Yotir own Taior wtll help >ou. -s\\\ bring • "t the clevorr.-M la you. And there is "'ten more thin \.m iinagiix. You will nt>'• %  c-i tsw 'ubjrcl • ldMltoikaHt SSr. ao* irAS CUT THI eowrcs Tkc BENNETT COLLEGE I • %  '~u-:\ I AWAY NASTY COUGHS COLDS UK MAGIC WITH HIGHLT MEDICATEI BUCKLE!'? WHITE ItB %  •!*" *• No olhar RUB hai lKM 4 Important Foalwroi % % %  Mir', wiu.. i^> l. —i %  > FOR RHEUMATIC PAINS, LUMBAGO, NERVE PAINS,. HEADACHES, NEURALGIA, FLU, COLDS & CHILLS \J Mo^Mrv nor m.tafy o( Uddil* cold. .O fait*' >n. ">• u


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I'M.I SrXOAV IDVOCATF Sf\DAY. FI.BRIABY 3. 1133 ST. JOHN'S POOR RECEIVE GIFTS %4m 3- Presents Given By Parishioner Ml >RI than :K) p St J..hri's Almshnu i treat .it St. John by M i Barbadian of Now Citi rs.\ CHURCH SERVICES D in Ihe •Minto*. • Ali BOUI I .,-. Ba* %  %  I fexrurtai SunaRaj. PAYMsn II.W -ajo am Mi <-., Mr D. Stall WirlTDIAU. *• am F H I i.II 1 Ml ID MAI li m Mr %  M.-Culla Mr. Md HA*K HAT), Wl am Mr. J I* %  . : | % %  '. ) 1. T Uir : ,. I'M m Hv F I-WT. I p P M *EI_\II • %  St 'Mil. And if IB al %  Social Woikei end a incfnlici ttf the man I March "' of which thi %  %  in the r i Payne asi 'i %  i iifan Mr Payne and : %  r .mnng whom %  I %  The I*..jil. who ••• ra 'll< naliiI'll and ghn i and). ham. cheese, and showed their pleasure ul napp> an '•'' charltv %  Mi p saving for Ihe Almshou.se Mid >t with Ihe help of Almlght. 1 orb, %  &• will kMp !;. %  it Ti>nuntrv Road* hi Had {.ondition %  %  %  %  of the II Of thla p.M rods mrj brout'H up %  %  Vpeltable thai fund* had otup. %  %  \rar wi I %  i %  %  II %  iry nan %  Ch. Ch. Will Get More Standposts • | %  tcli will 'ii be getting i i i i •-. %  rete dust bin. fa I bm al Rockies and two %  t at ParadiMVillage and the otnai .t %  Health irish at their meeting on Thuradav afternoon. the invitation M UM atana„<• %  %  Jury lu Visit Lttc us In 'Quo \ I |t Sltit >' %  i. ST Paliifkl ...,'. I %  ... i aeenauuj MM d last yeai saw I ] H %  i hl '" -i the turn' M '>>!> %  -it l.hi-v \li>T." i ni Jury m the arts inquest which la IIR I>II before Conn A" will larai la no ltd %  Id* % %  Street ifter a raft fell •i hin .vhilc li" .. Jinking %  %  Spclttiistown. on -iniiary 28 %  uriua t.. 'inr.mer..l Hospital the fame day but died ,hed later. Dr. Browne who irformI I i aoutf l. ( ed al atratatic pomU through th. ^neral Heap Hal ,-aal. hem-,II WM •i..|N* M |>le out the pariah for the oi.s> %  me.... JgJ" !" **•" tteeiUTO lom alt) mon K-OTR "f eollectina refuse m oidri W _^ L-,, mo %  Ihi %  thaj f'l" %  a In. h ..hen the wind.' wet"very higl> ,L^ ..nd pH-vented ihe acalia fuae a> wa-s do i •i. HaW that they had lu %  'i. .11 %  10 'Ireii "f Tl„ ,uirl-h lenrlon of this sy-tem of inced thai coiieetion. .is (;r. r-"..i"i Ml-. rinnr.ru ll am. Momma aervk* |. TTiwhar Mr. i I •*rvle. rr.-.ti.. Mi I Mr II rnlpr|>rr I B SrtMH .lr I: C Hrv.Hi Mr r On 00 with Me I" m ; HOOJl -hi. b %  ill losing long for the Cams Sfiottly after 10 a.m. tho unlle of tin raotoi eai X— ITJB owned and driven by Farid Joseph ol Worthing. Chr.st Chin. tenslvely damaged when II waa involved in an wldent on Barappealed to the public t.. bareea Hilt. St. Michael, with the get and %  oloi car M-a owned and HrivWBUNRSIM Y ha1 hP beachen r.nd the sea shore d I by Thelbert Smllh of ConI -~.r. not polluted In that m.nnci riltution Road, St. Michael. *3' i i -• i uuniiiii aoi K II ai rviTtdp.a4-ha.1i. T id > M I I HI *l II Tii-i "T :. ri'aPIIASV •tnwaa. 7 P i'r....hi tm I. in Mi>nn>> ins lor Vout I.V IIP 11. 1 1 1 in 1 11 1I If.I Ik.Ml, -I I r>B"BVAYl !• "I HAITI-T Next w.i-k tin Scouts .( Itiiil..!bava the great privlleaa MTiiing the ('..is..'.'.: 1 B Th l.or*l %  arrive at Seawell Airport lit* H) Id < miumssmner AupMiinted Mi H S. Jordan, MA the -imnisatoiKT of .II ; .!i.ikin the ilutn. nf Aislstanl Corr.i' ha Bl T'hn The Groups under si Mar. John), St. Mark (2nd Cherry a -.'3rd St. !>dge School (4th St th Oroupa In thli P Pimples and Bad Skin Fought in 24 Hours S NERVES > n aa..aU. Kh.., -N -" %  -!.. .-d S riaUl ajfl araavrir M ha> Itanalf.. i(. nnn IK. I— I. I.k. l*aaM. krfW. PJU F (VW. KKIM> PiMt aBltin *ia*M>al *J> n.d m-df mil %  n|r*4wMi IhalKl d.inl. anlh* kalrw^i M thai anthaa I haw Iha-y atari >m| rmu aodi %  —1 pa.aai.W M ...•• %  Irava rhaUa^ Yaw U*aa1 >. tht .l.ar laai >•)• %  TMI U*i trial ll ..!( %  iiMU %  KMWT '•:. rha UaMarM. ..mad. t .... 1.1. ajwrk •'! %  ! MlOMH 1 • %  II aViaj aMi>i Dodds Kidney Pills I HOT WATER ON ^ TAP for YOUR BATH 1 liryan VOTJ ran har> or hrrt lun ol Imlil.na up. SVun. orr.ieall' prucU >.4t CIIMI' lo run arllh Nalur.1 Ua> A tran HO*. as.ll.lN. .1 i.-.r fiAI "UHKH. BAY STHES1 GUARANTEED WATCH REPAIRS Remember aoj Watch and Clock Repairs will bl dellv%  ied within waah with %  guaranteed note. At J IIALDINI I CO.. Ottlce at Ushto} I Id .* 1 Sirr*!. ;i a.kii-1 lik. In. wllli .iiailVriul*. Lftl llir*.**"" PLAIN MOYC.ASHKLI. LIMA in Turquoise Saxe. <;old. Pink, (ireen. Kltie & Tanyrrine Ht Yd. SI.84 in Black, Gra, KmeralH. ( %  reen. Beiee. Navy. Dark llroun. Itiue, Pink. TurqiiuiM' 36 per yard S1.91 In 1 iin-r;iM. I irn-n Beige & Black. 3". Yd. S2.57 GKICY GABERDINF :ifi per yd. SI.S3 MIAMI l-INKN in Gold. Beige. Navy. Dark Green. Turquoise ft Light Green. 36' Per Yard 91.441 CAVK SHEPHKKI) it CO., LTD. Ill—13 Broad Slrw-t %  1 • a MPOBI *Tia in phiaUUui II 11 on taafo %  •• nraiiac your uir irak.nt .1 atnar. 1 : UIM 10 ivffir rmai u|I| 4u*r4 vilv.I, uaoM:. Ir. jaU a oa. o )oI mirrof LI ml y^. im har* a t-'-.r.* an cuanruM Min Maaii •nth •> •* %  . PliSti. Haiti .oral awmaala A.W %  TaOibfi> MWBliftc irratm.n •01 %  Paa, IWUl M. aW %  *.•• S>aai.a oaaaing %  • elan your UliB—Ih* iraalmanl %  M 'd SlatrM* DwlMi bid Uia • ma. yrn teak mart atoi.ii" IB h.m ".it ran ••al lal'iter and (uar van la fan a,n irirr.*. Nraadar— %  • araaiM 1 !" .oat fnanSa Cla" t>ar utn tali Bf rin>h Mini to ihtmiaBdr. ? * %  %  >waul* iklM IN M* dlHIKd A New Diicovery ,..W U M alnl.Mil. b.l dHT.... ^.^"-"Jra^i?-" •aVuV ll i. a M d'i*. T .. t and I. rot "2Sl'i^,'? l.; S^'^'".^ totHMi .'11 m. buma lar a >••! u-j lS ,.:.-. 1 of go) ihe services of l %  hare* ** 1. si,-' 1 | ,'i jt and r Qul lU,i wc look forward.u. Guard uf RODOUI "f ScouU. great improvement iii U .%  .n M t.-.i m.iiaWtvH DOMl TJU'-JtY 3 .*(.• -I 1 %  I..M.1 l-il known -ti.l 1 %  lava d.llrU, In Ood 1.. r.ii..i-a> 11.11—• -•• ilad %  at !•* %  •*""•' %%  aa>ai o thanhi uiilo llw LorO. tor Ha M |o0 A vary full and Interesting proard of Scouting l n this area Coni,..v i>een arranged for his gratulatloni and Good Lurk Vigil ami IncUirtea a Wolf Cub .... Rally on TnaadaJ" 12th. at H < oinnullee Meeiing it 5 p.m. a Scout Rally on xha Eaacutlv* Ooraunlttai U Saturday 16th at 3 p.m. and a th,, [gland Scout Council will r.ir:.| Kiie tlie same night at 8 30 mve | a i Scout Headquarters on pin Visits will also be made to T\irsIHi Ikt nkiMo oi|HM .Tun raipoMMIa lar uui UHOIIMKI. Sotisfoctio. J II naai lunih*. -"iiin| i-.a niti m 1 (./fa aonirta*. aaa caoU iM .i IM UK . ll h*rpa namt. h*al IBV dM. iatt and aaf-alj auaaUi Works f-st IBM N*atorM >• KWMifle*Uf'. 1 Ouorontead iBial.iOf nathlnc -i t ikin w raar aatnMai N.iaaara. IrMB yo. iriiBrOvaoifM N..adt f an* %  *.( aufl >i Ui.l •(• it ai.11 nan m.O. uiili, (iaar. laiaath and n...llvr %  .1-Hi BamaiM at in* fata ...: (M .-1, . %  M( ana .1 ihai.a.f I na<* a4 >•! % %  Mln %  ia nil T4 aamirn i To Our Friends From Overseas KIX4.MLKY III Mill \l I \l ri.iH AT BATHSIIEBA Wrh ..mefH aad olrera 1 normal Tionpa to Iw visited are: James Street <4th 1. -,lad llaalta -*.l|4...—y Mar The PHOaatl ara_*ian -HI. K.. Itok'i 1. miChi. %  n st auaneaV • av uiuno %  > %  I Mrhe, P. U O llM.f 11 11 j %  \ 1 WEATHER REPORT YESTERDAY KalnUll from < idrlnlMii .•i In. Temper.iture: B7.9 F. Wind Vehielt> mtlrBM hour. Harometer (I a.m. I t.ML (11 a.m.) 2.20. TO-DAY. Suariae: e.lfl a.m. Sansel: 5.57 p.m. Moon: First Quarter l-ehni ary 2 l.lghllng: li.OO p.m. High Tide: 9.M a.m. IU4 p.m. IMW Tide: S.5 a.m.. 4.39 p.m. The ,K hke, y """ lh *" will ba induced 111 nurnbt Hi hi,'.-Seoul PaaaaOl town) oOTweiiajr ISthatfl DJU Bethel r Mh-nkiand t.-Wednesday. 13th al 6 30 „ m St Michael I ( id A I First Sea Scouts (1st St day afternoon last v Ichael) on Saturday al 9 a.m. Shankland w Harrison Cullvge l7lh BridgeScouting and •„nl on Saturday at 10 ajn. Seoutmnster (in Thuwl.v*. lth h. will meet Troop rot during HZ Girl Guido '^^ %  i,,, o( ** ,,(."' tad th. Flrat rSi aaTiiirlas IB, h*wM <*ke s. IB to uaa %  rooan tooideast Record whwh will in the l..o. I %  ..nery nr \*3z RfdJ"" a^nrtea Ltd w'""' „ a(amp lire example ( te follow The Camp Fire will \n etd ind „^ h( nishop said on Harrison College abound! 01 ktnn '.. IH to live wall Saturday 16 at 8.30 p.m. The a"eo." \ Patrol public are cordmlly invltad ihininipiire Ihe progranuna i>'t Cathadrtf which it is sxpeotad will bt .1 Liaison I'ommisMoner vary gi>od one. A small admls* Squadron Laadar ittii H u %  will be charmil iui.1 thi I udl Alrllni 1 a' pre%  lULOaui will be doaatad i the it in Vlew Hotel nil!. %  ho li not entiieb .1 ban. bag iwn appointad ' Imperial Hi Hia ill form Ih) CoiDjruaatonoi '"' Ba ii.in Hoadquatt. H hoped Cootingonl I •1., .; %  .', dai nomini al St 1 m Ilia Bar. 1 %  number of Ihe Old tavourjlo I rehearsed with 'hi und< %  ipi H %  |::. %  Si. Hit S %  K.ilph He.idei's Giitig Sho aliaaraad; they an colUal ,, .„ mco i i,in at %  'Hie Girb* nf Tw-d.iy". and ,i (Jl iers on Mon> Bftarn SOI SOOUi I I '•" fl .>n Tueada> he will ottl 'here Will !-• BOOthai m.eting of the BXOCUtiVt al SCOUT HEADn W Thcv'H Do Ir Every Time \\\ )inim\ IVi'!'. I^RVP ACS MOMS EVERy TH0U6HT HAS FEEM HOW TO (SET DAUC.HT&R. MARRiEO AND SETTLrTu OoWfvJSo COMES THE Bk5 OAy AT LASTAMD WHO WAILS LOUT El' 3UCiH TO DROWN OUT LOHEK^Rfhl^—_ %  svrcrax/KSE-LQotftoof t"MY BrWl. POrfT LEAVE MEf (SOS-OlCAMT I s BEAK TO see HERaoL LOBSTER LUNCHEONS which include our popular MERINGUE PIES in Coconut. Lemon or Orange DIAL 9S2M 11.1.52—4-i O.i landing In Ihe Tropics. Clothes are uppermost in mind! The House of C. B. Rice on Bolton Lane, hove made it Iheir business over a long number of years, to tailor to the requirements of the Barbados visitor and resident alike. The superb quality of imported materials, English Worsteds, Tropicals, Gabardines and Linens—to men1 ni.1 MOUon of Rice's wardrobe of Mensweai for work and play. A wardrobe of quallly, value and pleasuiable wearing. €. II. Rica& Co. Merrhnnl Tailor* 1 %  niiimi i m i i mmn It's a treasure in every home & &&.C. ELECTRIC mi %ggm*^ It RafefB The refniieratini; unit ol the G.E.C. refrigerator is so finely made lhat it is hermetically sealed after manufacture and never neadfl MI vicing. This refrigerator will stand up to any extreme if climate—and it's lovely to look al, too! V-TVI! STOCKS M£€Sm%Y \RHI\ICD THi CITY GARAGO TRADING CO. LTD. BRIDGETOWN. BARBADOS ;j: \ •(£.'' H £irCTitK CO IfD.I



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PACE FOTTt SUNDAY ADVOCATE PVVTUY. rram'ART 1 1*-? MADf RV THE MONKS OF lUCKFlST MlFY If row '••! warn out. dtprtuad. e> generally run down a flan c twi Bvirk'nt Ton.e Wlr* will qurekly wto'i lo.i energy and ton* Up th whole A(>Ou' ITRti. Citing - .lUlity It fortrftei you >.and Mhiuition and fti-tmbt'. IMUM TmH Wtne ii eapacully valuaMe after m. MTKIAST TONIC WINK § 1. KUM m -..i.. 2. KL[Ml:cp. .'ltk,,t r.frlgaratlM 3. KLIMqaollly 1% olwayt M lf*m *.. KLIM it cicll.nl far qrawina chlldr*. G. KLIM >Mk Kuril,*,,! t, caaktd 4lih„ .' f~j KLIM is recommended for ir./ant feeding i lh. hi IM gieei U.WAVSMK*, fully irn am! i< lli>i i *|iv ii la ret ml mi. %  din do. '. KLIM k tola la MM tswc tally-Mchea %  KLIM h produced under trl led* to nit in favour • palm lo Barbados on a well deserved win because I think Ui ii .ip.ii 0 ii they fteldt-d the belter all round team. Anyone who baa tried to %  < alyas the pUy In the ir>oni i r..rmrr lha raj rba, who made | *.C.I in 1948, Norman Marshal: K: .mk Kim : %  -,,. .'.:..,! ,,:hir "old Manet. Horn.. %  have ..II < \|"" at CftMt. ADTANTAQI log wan %  This D %  i. ... i ..... M %  arith neiiiKibl. %  %  \ 'fiat Jamaica's • in the future. UNO'S rot KVVMI NT %  .ii I think that the tournament ptOVtd!%  i i Frank King lo establl doubt tha' In the Waal Indies too.... i among the Aral Bights Of local I %  ..• Booglaa Williams as a roost promising bataman and a roaourccful buwltr. Sni.th as %  potential West Indian opening batsman and H candidate for such honours as well. Norman Marshall as we have known Un fo r tin past lour years as a medium paced bowler In a class by himself tn West Indian rnckct circle-, and llarker as a pac* bowler of promi-e. The left run lei Horace) King and Adxil M"l t'i VON BjUlta promising .ind I an. %  ton help than the ^d^^BJIlk measurp of succoas. djVpa^^^k i n ,, j„iiiji< iin*, pact* i le dil %  ^^( roraToduce the rorm which i bin • %  ^B ago imt in %  nBK ^V most unbiased p-o r U. ttfl ^i'.h mr that he has pn ^L MIIN act t|. y^igfAV' "d balling Xjljjf^^r* i lielding foundation he ha* a good future ahead of ,'. !" blm -is a useful all n I Tull.h got the Bnott apin of all bowlers at Ken...... tnd* ol lengtli he IIH! should nualifv for senior %  > - % %  — i QoorgB Mudie. a veleran now but a careful Inloi.ial man has had his day and must be left Woodcock Shows WILL IT BE 79? His Hand It, BBOAGI U'UITING for the Butterscotch Boys from Doncagter ired and presented by our ex-heavyBruce WiH)cock. ick was in hi. hey-d t -y, the) general imppeesior: which themm-conversational Bruce did not "I lo be that he had no thoughts beyi>nd the brass, that he cared not a fig for the sport itself or the encnurauemem <>( others, and that boxing would tee him no mm. oi.ee he had lost his title to Jack Gardner ions were miles old. and unbeaten as a lightoff Urgcl. as Wiodcock anft hk weight, and middle-weight Ken provei (."Bright Light" Hoi Coming To B % dos By BOOK It: Frank Kln thc> will en%  - Miller ut ..I any future West IndW but I ,,'i-r.n tin porformanee raid eerniinican team. Alnr BUuia "ill most probablj gain his West tin Indians lab thai raar, lb il as good a %  > 11. In. only real kWtkeepei OO the West Indies team that ; urlng Australia and since I writ I think • lha touring All Inilin team. Thorbourn and Bonltto an i nen who havi %  pronuat. There la DO iloubl about the musl keep their wickets after tin j have scorad 2$ or 3n run that wouiii earn thena eomnieBsOsTttOfi in any comAirte Btnn. HMUHAI.I. SEASON STAKTS SN 'l*nv .1 Eootball anaon will probafal* get uragannj on legur* I day. Febiu..ry l Al fai a I MVB beri able to gatSsTa] ll.Al'A i i UatOd with the I'irkwlrk C.C. for tlM lellt.il Of KeliMligtoll OVal f"l tin The H.A.F.A. are considering plan.-, foi lag ** rJ aalecUM of .1 ruimber ol c. ... I the various clubs who will attand -1 1 I b> Mr. Graham Willies on Sundays. to th* CarlhlM an rooti-i.ition with. 1 viui moon tnal ., %  ., 1 %  ing this year. It la m> Bvon to lha football -ehool and that players take the games as serlpoMlblo both 1 the point of view 01 ntness as waU as technique if Baa .. %  . .,.. Inxltee sj-irt. WATI.H POLO WATI" POLO Otl I fog-ward on Friday alUitioon, "ben .1, %  wbe plaj in Polo and Swimn imeawelal meeting at the Aquatic Club togetnaa "'th mflrlaal of the association. Subject to continuation at the urn. March, they dackksd that latton would run two divumns 1 in the oaanr league. The Brat division would consist of U10 foiiowIng five benai Harrison Col I -een placed It Bd Whipnoroys subject to mutual agreement between players and teams. Five possibly six teams have been placed in the second division. Ainnni: these anHarrison College (Bi. Police and CavlSir. .1 BOW tbtr team* have not yal b. en named. LADIKS' I.KAGI'i: The ladles' league will again have live teams. Sea Nymphs has tl be a school team from queen College OUW loame hi the league are Starfish, fioldftih. Mermaids .ind Ursuline Convent Queen'e College is therefore the Ih.rd school to enter ,1 team in tinv,.i\ii BOM runpetitiuti*. A healthy sign for any sport. As long as four years ago—In • 1 between having his 'ken by Joe Baksi and staging a com.nOver-to-U'-iorgoitcn Le e Oma the prti 1. began a it pcispieaclous hunt for talent among th<. pugilistic pttf his pgrttva Yorkshire. Pn mil. \..t Pohw %  '•• !'-i itarneaty, Askarn, Cudworth. PoiiU-fiact, Mcxborough. Thorne. Tishburn and many big districts were discreetly given th e Woodcock plon Bruc*'. young brother Bill ir fathe, and •'\-111me1Sam. rather than pobte was of the search Tou don't Him i,,hier pushing fatlr 5 said Bruea as we talked this week. Once dlacove r od, the piUhaft popaai wan glvan the freedom o the convened beer-bo|U# KSh| therl ervi %  -,. w.,,1,-, 10 g> "Hi.i-ii.iii. then Introat the Doncaster tourna; Sam. Mil safaris, in the village at Cudworth. near Barnaley a 17-year-old welterweight whose idea of %  good time between .shifi* wa B B punch on encouragement. th 1 accepted so enthusiasIhat for the next four re 1 1.. travelwd 18 miles a day by bus tn.m B.irnsley to Don-, enster—there to absorb the Wood-' ci>ck Ideaa on hook, lead, clinch inter Th.it young man, having gradIth -t dale .t In 17 rights i .-.. Iter-weighi upwards. Is • 1. areighe I3t. Ttb. and la '-' ie. %  ), being hanod as one of the brii:hte-( hen\->-weight prospects in Britain. The oatOg i-i Terry McDonald— and promo'-Ts ,ir ( almost living mi tho v. ipdcoo k duorstep to up. B.G. Qrtcket Manage* Confident GEORGETOWN. F-> %  Wlshart, secretary H I < %  IK. Cricket Conti. BJ crick el team, left to-day for Trinidad. lie tem. f ws on Tuesday On the eve of his departure Wuhan expressed eordVdV the B.G. team would put up a good show, even In spite of the mem* bers' short practice through loI lemeiil weather here, but added it Is a capable side, the majority rawing had experience on malting. Trinidad has always been bard to beat at home, but with httlI leal the team will do well Asked about the Trinidad aide. Wlshart said with the exception of a few who played II an unknown quantity Tho B.G. team will be leaving Atkinson at 730 on Tuesday morning and are due at Piarcu at 11 45 No Hurry .. or s, ago Mi ">n us a;. a quick con1 the hitherto 1 On January 28. at inmet Use exjjenenced Irishman Gerrv Mcuerrobruarj l^ we in London will be allowed star Oral glimpse of blm al Hannrgay. k, baring himself paid pretty (icnalties for rushing too quickly into tho big time ; iT ni Mauforii aftec only 25 professional tights hero—has been real hurry wttb his coall Rowover, after four years of p ri't.iklng efTort i n their own hun 1 facility other -is woiihl do well to %  n.nlate -Messis Bruce. Bill and Ban ,nnow coming Into tho open with McDonald and his fellow campaigners of tho Butterscotch Brigade. them are the ex-Coal Board fly-weight champion, mlly* SO-yeor-old tllvn Evans, raother-woighl arl I i Denny Dowson plumber Pat WBksSMld, 20 years Major Chase \\ ins Lord Basil Ulackwood Cup Major A. DeV Chase is the winner of the Lord Basil Blackwood Challenge Cup. The Officers of the Barbados Kegiment shot for this Cup at the Government Rifle Range yesterday afternoon. The contest was very keen and the light good. Major Chase scored 100 out of a possible 110 He defeated Major O. P. CWaltdtt by only one point, while Lieut. R. E Goddard and Major J. E. Griffith scored 97 each. The Lord Basil Blackwood Cup. an Officers' Challenge Cup. was presented to the Regiment on August I, 1910. In 1948 It was won by Maior O. F. C. Walcott with 108 points out of a possible 110. The following year Lieut. C. E. Nehlett won it with 101 points. Major Walcott again won It in 1950. On thla occasion he scored 101 points. Major Chase Is the current holder. This brings the number of Major Chase's trophies to 14. This is the Brat occasion, in seventeen thai he has shot for the Lord Blackwood Cup. / Race Horses Due From St. Vincent News has been received that four race horses from Mr. Cyril Barnard's stable in St. Vincent will be arriving here on Tuesday to take part in the ll.Tf. March Mooting Tiiev are Cavalier. Croas Bow, Galasheils and Rosette. Cavalier is a candidate for the Barbados Guineas in which he will probably start second favourite to Dunquerquc. Cross Bow wil. be a leading contender for D class honours while Galashclls is an imported thoroughbrod nlly who will be racing tn Barbados for the first time. Rosette is a half-bred who will also make her debut to racing in this island. Q.C. DEFEAT ST. MICHAELS In a net lull match held al Ottawa*! College yesterday afternoon Queen's College beat St. Girls' School 12 goils to eight. To-morrow's fixtures ar? Girls inundation vs Queen'a College Old Girls at Queen's College. Play begins at 4.45. ^ajg. A W O p O a nJ '•' %  trt< -nine informed me during fJL g£ the week tn u t he thought we would have j ^gf M *'g\gJggV about TH horses filtered at the March meeting. I /S %  thought this rather a high estimate. But on goinv f ^ through the claw:fi< %  — that he la Just / ^y T\ tbout right. I m..k. f I (I Starting aj Aiil b*gftflSN kg ,\ i * %  —*i r r' Tnese are Qua Site, llarruween and Rebate, ine uut namwd 1 am glad to sw on tne track again after a long absence since August last year. A mare with a great heart, ne sfluuld give us a good race or two if th u lit. T HE sole occupant of A2 being White Company who has been retired to the stud m Trinidad, we pass on to H propel Sahara mere are seven likely entrant'N inure. Flying Dragon. Fuss Budget. Landmark, Notunite. Red Cheeks and Slamie. In me sub class were will be eight more numbering Belle Surprise. Embers. Fire Lady. Pepper Wine. Rtvei Sprite Spenr Grans. YgsotOOl perfect Set. Most notable among thi* set seem to be those who are old stagers making a come back. In thla i al gory the Bral M Siamtc -.ho makes a periodic eome-bock even March. Hi baa won eonMeniiy now for the last three March meetings on a stren p I I • do it again at the age of seven or eight. He is a gelding and 1 see no reason why he aboi Next there are Peapea wine and Rlvei Bj rtto, two mares I earialal) ti.ought ere bad BBM the last of on a ran 'ear before last .', ui.-. who ithe Idei ol the two, b,.,i already lost a lot o! her sling in her I-M daj ana i eon mum ag law male who eves made a sucragaCul corno-back at eight year* of age. Tho**who did were generally racing against inferior opposition. This Is exaetl) \^hat Pepper wine will BOt meet. Rivet Sprite is not so old but such Joints on such going' Doei not seem possible lo me. However. 1 may bo wrong and If we had "Big Knees" last March, why shouldn't we have "Big Joints" this March. That is sound reasoning along the lines of luck. The fourth staging a come-back Is Perfect Set. This black horse, once trained by Mr. Sam Rock and owned by Dr. Weaver, is now in the colours of Miss K. Hawkins and is really and truly endeavouring to race for the first time in the West Indies. But since he made the entry list once or twice on past occasions, although he never actually faced the starter we might count him among the above. Mr. Rock %  l him the "counterfeit" horse but I think it was really spelt • counterfect". judging by the number of times his legs gave out In preparation for meetings One wonders if he will make the grade this G OING down to C aim C2 there we have the bulk of the whole lot. tbere being no |aj| than 28 in these two divisions. Of thesJ only seven are m C proper and these are Alterford. Dashing Princess. Lunways, Ractan, Sweet Rocket and Topsy. Six or these are winners and they are among the fortunate who will be able to race in held* that will not be over-crowded, at least in two races. In C2 we have Ahu-Ali, Ann Low. Arunda. Blue Nall> I in The Air, Darl la Symphony. Dim View. DolorUm Fille d'Iran, French Flutter, Mabouya, Malgal <;... • Match, The Thing. Tibenan Lady. Timbrook and Watercre*way thai brings our total number so far to 44. Am< those with the best chances sh' uld be Dashing Princess (who likes the hard going very mu< h and .'ho just had a good meeting in Trinidad i. PUeuxca and Sweet Rock',. Flieuxco has won several races in this class but appears to bi one of those who only just scrapes one at a meeting and then runs off. Meanwhllwill Sweet Rocket run better than she did last November in tho mud? That too needs some working out. T HE maidens are not only numerous but largely unknown. On past form French Flutter would appear lo be the one with the best chances bill there are others like Darham Jane, Castle In The Air and Timbrook which 1 like on looks only. The colt Caatle In The Air i> particularly pleasing to the eye and I have seldom seen better make or shape in the W.I. The filly Tunbrook would not. I ahould imagine, appeal to everybody on looks, but I like the way she moves over the hard ground without making much noise while others can bd beard pounding in the rtclnttj Of the Drill Hall when one is sitting in the stand. She has the appearance of the staying type and I like her looks as such. But then horses do not run on looks and there may be some others who have not caught the eye who will do well on race day We can therefore expect some substantial par! and forecast returns In the races for maidens. A S we come to the crcolo classes It Is learned with regret that only three horses are likely to run from among those classified Ii or D2. These will be %  ry Ann and Oatcake. As most readers will have already guessed, this means that Bright Light will not be coming over from St. Vincent t.• mules! (he llarbado* Gumvaii. There la no doubt that the absence of Bright Light will rob our classic of much interest. Once again I say this it another good reason why we should have hi t&i .dditknial classic in November and not In March. With Dunquerque already occupying such a position of supremacy, most of the local owners and trainers had more or less resigned th< rnauhnat to %  race I etween herself and Bright I.iKhl and consequently were not considering the classic very seriously for those which they had paid nil v. • anU happen now" 1 Will they race for second money or will they leave it to Dunquerque to walk-over from one i Worse news follows: Cavalier, ranked an easy third to Bright IJght and Dunquerque in order of merit will also be absent from the Guineas. That leaves in. as far as I know. Apronusk, Caprice, Cardinal, Columbus, Diarose. First Admiral. Hill Prince. March Winds, Rambler Rose. Seedling ami Bunlna. With Dunquerquc this makes twelve all told for the classic. Of these I will be pleasantly surprised ir inure than six actually p> in the race. E XCLUDING those entered in the Guineas, we now reach down to E2 where there are only fom on the list. They are Appollo. Collcton, Usher and Vanguard. I saw Usher on Wednesday striding out very nicely and if nt he will certainly have an easy time in thia company. Of course there are no E class races but he will receive so many pounds from Cross Bow. while Dunquerque will be looking after the Guinea., that he ill have | splendid opportunity on the first day. After that is over, it will be interesting to see how Dunquerquc will shape against him. I N F and F2, again leaving out those listed for the Guineas, wo should see Miss Friendship. April Flowers, Clementina. May Day, Miracle, and Sunbeam. If Miracle is still improving, then there lnothing in this lot to give her a good gallop. On the other hand, she did not do so well in Trinidad and if she cannot better that performance, then there are chances fur April Rowers or Miss Friendship. The chestnut gelding Sunl*\im has also improved a lot in look* and he might show us something better than he has in the past. | AST, and in this case least, there will be those in G and G2. *-* There should be nine of them as follows; Bctsam, Blue Diamond Diadem, Gavotte, HiWorship. Joan's Star. Rosette. Cottage and Twinkle. The last three, 1 must confess, are completely unknown In me. I do believe I saw something exercising on the Savannah the other morning which could have been one .r those three, but the les* d -Q u aucn a specimen the better. That, I think, will give us GENTS FELT HATS The Sportsman WHITE FELT at 14.04 What Brian found out l '^*'*''*'''^*VOVV',.V' < ^,^V>VVV^^^ ro waw Orher Popular Shades n a 'Itdaa, Brfae1 Where i .. /. | %  .r'" I | BagDl he s**mc How's %  r*rft, Bbt %  mry thing i Rar> '" How> hu eprasttarT" I rnhg Baf '. low. rou tfawat ilOtyV %  *W*A $2.80. $3.72. 53.81. $3.97 LASHLEYS LIMITED. Swan & Prince Wm. Henry Sts. / Ml, Wht faasl 1 1 ./ 4*W / %  1 %  1 M H Ml III BRID< i ita ordu ..'v I.HHI hcBfiaOBSBl KWfadf f>lf ihleg tic reeds ka kci(> him icall) health) espcci.ilb COrtatn mincrjU and m.nms. it > 00 know vt hji they arc "VKambu' Oh help, thtt >t far f*i>ari pniplf tut n/mn talking ufw** itarii Ihry -ant >.*. to rai u-mrihmt parlKOlady Am.'/. l\> )ia meai oU ffj*. u BS*tsg iht wrimg (fene?" 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SUNDAY rrmtiMiv J, 1952 SUNDAY \nvor\TE pvr.r TnmTi iv HENR* BY CARL ANDERSON 'LINT OF THE FLYING SOUAD BY ALAN STRANKS ft f,FnRf,F DflViFS FLASH GORDON BY DAN BARRY JOHNNY HA7ARD rrr .-• BY FRANK ROBBINf. NO. WAP.. Tm$ 4 >*X*S/ PP ANTON POE9/T TAKE .iljlilsloii i ami Snail Slricl Usually Now l '•" %  '"> N "" Tins Anch Powd. Milk (24) 2.24 2.0 Tins Batchelor Peas 39 : Bols. Maula Olives 12 oz. 1.25 1.2 Tins Tomato Juice 33 :i iim Armours Soups Aipataui-iomnio 28 '2 Pkgs. Dates 18 I D. V. SCOTT & Co. Ltd. Broad Street ii i o i o \ \ A i %  nor i: u I i s I SALE! SALE!! Starting FEBRUARY 15th, For 2 Weeks Only LADIES • U ri s (dram, BOM, nine. Onjr) 8 IMBA SPUNSall shades <. n i \ i i.nwi itin (in ri iii Mn| I BBPB8 (In r. Hi".VIKIPIII TAFFETA SHOCK SIIANTI'M; SII.K SI KRSUCKBH < IIINKI.UISIIU K SHANTUNG & I.INKNS FLOWERED LOAN I'N (in six shades) SIIIKTING (in hlue & licit. > IFRICAN PUNT BOBOEEED SPIN'S BOBDI BED sri \s iii'i.is ASSORTED COLOURS LINEN (lur iniiloriii'.) HOUSE COATS PANTIES & VESTS 12 l-r) limn -i in I 411 1.21 1.40 241 1.14 2.39 1.89 1.29 III I. Oil %  HI H4 I. XII I II I 12 M 5.50 Nan 5 Jf •ill. 1.11 1.20 ISO1.20 I.6K .' ,„; 12" %  ; "\ i M r 1.20 1 u\ HO 4.80 1.00 MEN STRIPED SUITING Ml VS STRIPED SI'ITIM. PLAIN GBKY suima Ill SOABU (heavy uuulily) SIM.I.I; WIDTH TROPICAL PARSON liRF.Y (3 uualilics) 5.4f SHIRTS |in nil si,es. nil styles, la Hi any occasion) TOWELLING SHIKTS MEN'S SHOES, HATS. BOCKS, PYJAMAS A BELTS BOYS 11 I.T BATS (SHIRTS S.l 2.". 2.13 I HI SHOE DEPT. rl.ADIIs BROWN H I DBS %  BLACK or ORE! '.• WBTTB i.t BLACK Jill. \( K PATENT MATHER Largo Steal only j'lll.AI K PATENT LEATHER %  bai I !.' %  RiVIIITE SHOES TIIIM.MII> WITH [• BROWN OR BLUE LIZARD I I Mil KINA PUMPS .11 tteot I'min Mill 11.15 5.74 CHILDREN "nil 12 i.t. ill 11: -in H S ( LARKS I SHOES GIRLS' 4 BOYS' Sinn s HATS 3ii CRINOLINE STRAWS ( Hll.liREVS CRINOLINES (Wktto) (IIII.IWEN'S PELTS I Mill V II MS WHITE PELTS ( HEAP STRAW HATS I mi I II ', i;: i.'i. :, i,i i m 2X0 120 2.0* 2.Ill Nan >;i;n 3.00 5.50 5.00 l.-.O ,011 1.S.H 3.00 4.00 -, in. 11.00 2 r.o 2 ".'I 2. Ill 3110 1.92 .58 MONEY IS PRECIOUS H ATTENDING THIS SALE WOULD BE USING IT WISELY. THE BARGAIN HOUSE :l. Snail Si. I'llOVI 27J lr..|.. S. ALTAIAN tiZZZZ $$22Z2$4******$****$********$Z i******3~Z$i Z : >



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SUNDAY. FEBRUARY 3, 1M2 SINDAY ADVOCATE r AGE rrvt One Accident In Second Regatta F"— -—'•' From Bathing Dress To Bikini STAB, BOAT Hurricane Damaged ( %  Oar Taahttng Con-^peadenl) HURRICANE, owned and skippered by Ian Cale met with a very unfortunate accident whan the Second Heaatu of the HBY.C. was sailed in Carlisle Bay yesterday afternoon. Her spar was broken when she and Mischief collided The most amaiing thing i that her stayg ar<-till Intact. She and MiMh.fi v>-re about to Mart when the jaimm occurred. Howevw, Ian tails mr that hr ha* already made arrangtim-nts to get another ipar and will be racing in the Third RegalU next Saiurday. From what 1 can tee this mishap should not put him out of the running for the "D' Class Trophy. The race yesterday was boring at times. The wind was light and on some occasions the boats looked as though they were anchored. It was south about and In calm .-eas Nine boats started in the "B" Class. Wizard, Hanger. Circe and War Cloud did not race. Honour* went to Fantasy, owned and fckippered by Teddy Hoad. Teddy sailed a good race and Fantasy which was completely overhauled nnd almost rebuilt, is sailing much better. Fantasy Leads Fantaiv started along with Hi Ho. At the end of the first round She was In the lead, a minute and ten seconds ahead of Hi Ho, second. Moyra Blalr was third. Because of her late start, Mischief was away behind the other "B" boats. By the end of the second round Fantasy had increased her" lead. She was now one minute and 40 seconds ahead of the second boat. Flirt, which overtook both Moyra Blalr and HI Ho. She had „ ,. a lead of 55 seconds on Moyra Y*"ioo~ got away from he Hlair. Okapi was fourth, followed start At the end of thenrst lap i v Hi Un and Rasful --he had .i lead of 55 seco n ds Oil i m p b kS..% !" £T.V !" an , Com., -con ^ Thund.r. ihw. . win. She did the race In two was 41 seconds behind Comet. „_„ houn. 11 minutes and 22 seconds, beating Edril b> 55 seconds average of 43 minutes anu FEB. 3 — NO. 209 The Topic of Last Week lakes a bo*,' m i .in l. M | link ,-d to be the ftrst ...TI 1 don't think %  the—shall e mmings. But I s to do of crwrgetii %  !. haohstn-kc. butterfly, hmist•stroke and sVhal -.,n.t parti '"all w. •.. %  11. r ., i the standard t mmmr in Barbados. Ni lha< .. have not got atiy atuod swim tent) Uii n-i-n ,'ttry un<-rthnd.>v ,uid having Wum everything from the Bog imtterfly I cat, .Muir you thai the offVsBg* strokes arc faster. An Amerk'. quite ure if Barbados aratt. m let lOUSi) *** iould send BCS u %  Is u i i Mya pk Gags) one dav. l !!.. back in my subji buihmk osturn. li wi.uld so that in Uw early day. i-athlni popilF % %  ' 'i aSTO :t d !" a -' %  l"J I THE STAR CLAB8 BOAT, FanUoy. owned and -kippered l>y Toddy Hoad. scored %  victory In tha "at" Claim whan the gtcoiid KJTC Regatta waa held yasUraay Fantasy wa> almost rebuilt last year. sa.. tall f# (he old fashioned oeHinttf pot. H 47 seconds a round. Flirt was ond but her average was even better than Fantasy's She did the race in two houn., 10 minute* and 25 seconds, with an iffflfl of 43 minutes and 28 seconds pfi round. HI Ho. which overtook Moyra Blair In the ft mil muni 1 was third. Oipsy's time was the Vamome Leadtni. hll * Edril and Tempest. There waa a rush to complete this £££„ ded into u aani Commi Zephyr 5bT' nt* lhal young men and girls bathed around the statue of St. MHOSBU Bt Zurich, and while the girl, wore drawer;, the men bathing with thorn only bad to put (hem on as a penalty for want of skill. >t Tegg. an artist, painted n picture (| m IBM of a pardon balhing clad only In I head dress. *> that he m VftMll ".< i, wearing id-hnnd London e-ptpes in all the gl< te iMipiII have thOUSjhl "f pultlnji on the kinic'' drawers. "The judges*' Italph Thomas records In hla siniinin" "(old men and probably not swimmers, decided .u tml him Incidentally. It is inteiestlng to note that at least m one place in (irllaln nude bathing is still illowed. In Oxford a part of the names is reserved where underKraduaU^ and Dons may bathe mule—and thareb}' hangs a tap ut not for publication J>~IH i-..n is.tt imh Iga ifcassk "•• • %%  •i* (t'oot. . ii <4j>it"iy s< ••"* "••• '••d tof t( Ljrt liasasM asvt s^anrtkiai -fk.fc*. ,:,..... % %  .. waaNyeats *dt*i Thi. >•*.. it*. J*icn .Ufd i i ^ % %  ^ • %  ^ Issakaf %  *••'laofceut i ' wihMin. d..o..< % %  mates* n.n>"iv p'" t' 1 1 ithsk "* n !" 'i'' t, '"* |Hur. toms o" it • '•*' ZfatiJz ^ff'i. Attraction In Action GET IT INTO TOUR HEAD! "Vaill Urn.inn ul • u > Womtn's bathing dresses svem Bsssted their utmost in c middle of the nlm-teentii %  ntury. The 11 lust ration from Cur I860 shows I womJti elotheil hat to boots it hirdlv that it was worthwhile inging at all. From that period be 'Sh"e did-'theTacc V two Jg-l ^ beau saded mto a ISP %  ^.ult J-.,. .JJ-JM hours, three minutes and 50 sec*^*~*"lLl na we !" *"* %  thostwh.. MUad IW for them, ends. Her average per round was nl d a '"^ !" : on __.,. mm mabout 1B0O but the majority did 41 minutes and 17 seconds. Vamoose went on^lo wm.beat .. MgkltlflMlsy Wllttt wttadUl Un, vim omament.'' In the "C" Class seven boats mg aTdrd. which overtook Cornet, .fir-*. MitHIIIIl,_ III^ IUtl sj,r MWMSMti m lAndoti In the Seagull, Cannet. The Ugh*lo.nly snatched the thud position |90ft a ctMrT9Spon ^ eD t notes thai nlng won. from Comet in the closing stagesThe Ladles' Spoon Cotlipetitiou not long since, an adict was ia-su-rd Kog-ue gave u minute to Oanni*. Comet however managed to win w h.ch was hxed to be played yes|, v the Police in Pan*. prdhiMtlng but at the end of tha llrsl round hy five seconds. Fifth was Thunder u r( | n y was played off on FnaP '•C Class, with the exception of %  %  Rogue His average per round r,*.*.!. was 48 minutes and 51 seconds, MIKIUOI %  35 seconds better than Gannet's. < Second was Dauntless, skip£• pered by William Skeete and ,„ Lj third Mohawk. Dawn came hajjela fourth. S !' Only five out of nine boats ^"S^^ raced in the Tornado Class, "ft a !" Vamoose, skippered by Tony vaa Thnr^iyke Hoad, scored a comfortable win. nina" ftpaysfosay Tha Willing of Woehoo island in the Sandwich Islands. Captain Itocchcy says that In 1827 W ii the present da> the history of A omen's bathing costume* is a I .story of shrinkage From long pantaloons and long .eves the advance wa* mado to dart paiiuiloons and short %  .*ve After that the sleeves ,,,. M moved, and with them went the 'loon*", leaving pants Then, nvt darUlf. and not too Imig ago f"r me to remember, ,.m Hie b Mh sSssi bathing iUli S-tmcyears later the inevllabli* .. ih.baUiIng %  Hilt split mto two dlftlnrt parts And now those two pieces are shrinking I'lie *Luetian of the moment i. Tan the Bikini get any .mailer? If TV* What' ideal fur were d"il> la the habit of i FOOTBALL AT Y.M.P.C. TODAY A football mat lo-day ai IM1.F.C. betweeti lladleiiha n T; and Mr. Audley ;nd 42 seconds, with an average of Inrrams te.nn The maten begii .* asknSkH and 51 seconds per ..• noon HadieuU, round. C. V I Tlie Third Regatta of the RBYC C. fl WalcOU, nown will be silled in Cailisle Bay at D. Hlgglnson. C WalUst, O Hus(1 ti..n 2.30 p.m. on Saturday. February 9. bands. G. Scaly, A. Mason and In 1808 this paragraph, hende.' K Mapp "Costume*', appeared in many ting ladies disencumber thcmselve %  their silk", slippers, and parasols. ,nd swim off In nno style to r/lDfl their mindle. on their heads, and reiuming their finery when the\ u.it on board. Nor was It les amusing to observe them jump overboard soon after daylight. ..nd continue sporting and swlm1 inuig IIA-U! the vessels in Ink harbour likes.. man. lo whieh thc> adhere uitli .i. much fondness na ever. Many, however, now think it Mcefaary to put on a bathing Alien ihey take Ihis reeirReserve: Nobby Eat wick. %  r* newspapers. "An Knglishman just home from the West Coast of *••.iM> < i>. !>) %  ant uau J.* ease bo* aa ui Si Tlusnk'OiHl (HI all thof pan %  %  I .ill (V lu hrll '. t" %  I inonnml .. ., HkS ..i.,ti.„i r Won-ll % %  (liw wsfci.il aosr h vaa mi-w rt-kr. a**".--!, lo HUH Ih* We M M %  violins •>r bo) H* ant !.•* %  •' *V#II SUr .< Ih* I smn-d lu (ttniia *aU> AlUi our iMtovtit rISi run. Bat i \i,a in .-si Mm i" "• |a -n i,4 nuaKl %  Well %  "•>• Ml i'U>i- Ikr S \„* H>.I .ii saw %  %  %  %  tpumured by J & R BAKERIES makers of ENRICHED BREAD and the blender* of J & R RUM AND YOU CANT GO WRONG! The tegular use of .ol Hak Food will, b> nt acnes o> i,". and tosip. ilt every bar %  Und and eiwooraac richer grosvlh. h piovfclct ra>urhsasnl %  o the alp and hair loots and Lorravu each troubles as ical Distui < I M UAL AGENCY Co. 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SI -l>\\ IKBSUARY a, ia SIADW U1VOCATK PAGE SEVEN -&ecCern. t.itl. Why I Said Yes VYlan Obcid Jown w E Princess Elizabeth's little dressmaker Two very Important women are If it Is Miss Ford. Mil* Dn? working quietly in London on a Kit.*' her sketches and material Very Important Job—the clothe! bafor. designing the hat*. Prince-.. Elizabeth will wear on the Australian lour. • • • Miss Avis Ford calls herself simply %  Court drcs*n asked me not to rail ha* ih.Royal Family' little woman round 11 small margin. .in.) they are skimping the pre-shrinking. "After wMVltiK. cloeh shoul<. ba shrunk back to its original .-use. In loo many cases now that doesn't happen What la the solution? IF AIX THE CLOTHES E left th... family suing thr.nigh iheii mail in front of the log ounge of the villa, and we went out I h to B> —because Oracle wanted to Ughn It had been a raw. rainy mtth ggal. and the tea was still weaving and suarhng nngnly over the hoi.. But just as the dag seemed about to pull its blind* broke through and the wind die! wn—and It was suddei pesneful. I could see that Oracle was moved by the asj ity of this late Capri afternoon, that she. too. thought U was I 1MB* symbolic. I took a look at her as she faied out across the water at a schooner heaving in lh.> waves, its sailing Ugh; i ising and falling like (tar shells A lovely and remarkable womim nt U 1 UJ There was no make-up on her As the owner of a bi.. face and no lipstick. "It hi use wearing lipstick when Boris told nines ware my is around." she had aid. He ta t definitely the type that keep* your hair always looking ruflled." There was a the eyes that A Winter tlar These tats are a BaVte.. Play reran, a Swim Pool. .1 lllht to handle U*ej add I win Bed Outsiu. and iWl. Ae rlrat ol all slipped i-erfection of French Cuisine .n'l W rformaMS *dh lugh economy 'uiahip I found him so ten days of glorious relaxation (or. If fOU prefer it low .1 ... ma the inconi A safe l>et is *m She giggled suddenly "Yen arable and exol of the count IB* ild have seen some of the West Irdtea. That what Ilia ol them, then decide on.Consul .dlately below m people I bad lo ill I while the) I nut the l km • itrst claas acwmmod.itton is wall '" In also use lots of s^ Her showroom haNONE 0 THE CLAMOUR "f Kfta USU May fair salons. There ore no crystal rhandeliers. no tall votes of outnf-teaton flowers, no heady per/time, gt\t chairs, or fhtrfcpsled rarpets. ANT) HER assistants, instead rlir hat with of looking like film starlets in brim." glamour dresses, have natural '"TS"":";:..-"":...'",^, SE Ttu-y .11 bl.n...-.cl. ..liter new spring collection she is using a lot of CANDYSTUII-KI) malarial! and featherweight straws. Ifaca of her rrasamiaag or.* pnsiel-colon ml fi-athrr*. usually used only on icMter hois. Miss Day like* them for an oII*t'H'-uear-round ninm SHE WIU. veiling. M iK'pwIar ho| 'in' •._ ._. %  >iBt y H m/i MiDay, -u ill be "* •feg wives read the Instructions. 5**5 ."• "' %  >** clothes would not shrink so much ". ca <' *wtlng round "fton faring and would therefore have a long" "* j** lh ' !" fi , i,,,. And then the miM-hit-vou* I ftsaniilaeturei > ii i .i ba •• %  ••ail ef her vole lo lib. | then l-ruuglit her mind back %  .Uii.d if %  !„ i „ %  ii.-t iieen ,l "' ore-shrunk. 1 'upp.e it's really hk, ihU." Time corne a %  moment I HAVE received from America "' the life of every middlc-agv.1 Mr. Raswell I ynea '( %  aealsv—or hou to survive -Hi yes %  i a id after announcing a to Boris motatney a. %  lak th:. l be in o that I became Morris Hmw now -liowmg m f h .u,!,-,...,,! VELOP Untied and more eSTT* when he |M W asg Oarage Ud. V^t^^ tT^^J tEH %  l '" %  %  ' %  '*"* Ue i n> .i. priced fi .1 -jnad tourer has permanent -ltab te ai .11 food slore-. VELOF U produced and n A ad the 11..i %  i re deslritbe, Twiatnes and J the latter is ideal faff that ia'lf I had come from anywhere ut Lancashire where we are Ite-Uke, eh lad'—I would have th him.*' wlmiows that cut out draft fully "\" II mg vent* on both "ors and inartk tlnished •tlor with thick earpotli (ash 'A n nsjwU Thai %  | i %  row %  "i kugj H rgard Ami iJkan 1 hiiai i ; I happen at once You I and %  other place she die*. little woolen dresses, and loofe the well-bred dai county families. <{urt*n\ Tweeds Miss Ford herwlf. small dignified could aMbr bi ISM Bwlfl the corn muoh l shrinking, which adds of living, takes place i women's clothe* lounrirlcisewlees sou? inlpliK-k say-: "These dayshe says. manufacturers are working on a piUlItt" ilUrpei Brothers. Now %'ark). has made a study of I*" v NBXl . . ^oi' partT hore-. He evpoaes: QHE bad sha Mid, l>een packing i THE CRASHING B O R E O and living out of suitcase* .^i Uk.o -whose eoni-ersfltipn -i-rtjhs on -lu was .i %  ..II thai IBM He livem i you like a pJivSteol hunfrti." ". began to think. "Look here. (I THE GOOD LISTENER . lass. If you don't tlud yourself u But n war no* unUI a year ago -Ihdr ultimate (and sole.'] place wh, re you ran have ;ni t: 1 Rftct aim Wall, *N UsM soriol rontrlbutiON lo a perfp manent peace and (juiet soon, the bo* II ts lo makiborri our of other next thing that will get p.icked ighe li->ke.l out to sea and Was people." -ii a e*tflln'. That was one of 0 i, vl ,,g.u HVOHftBd %  plaasanl the reason why Boris and I "'. %  -, %  iiar. *' Well, ll eu ba ran idot lo ,„ c You sea all sorts of thing* and you Reeaell I.ynes bj lucky U hive •"• P^Pj* misled the lesnale KKIlHik Kul !" ,lft "' us h v '' ** urr %  ORES. THE SMILTNG a'<>ur age of saying Coli IMI'I lh„ a posh move?' or Isnt Oil%  smashing sofa?' "What we wagd to >,.y U 'That aspidistra looks terrible, but at least It's our very own. And so Is everything else In the b< %  KR lie.id turned sea-ward as ither memory came back t)f -mirae. Boris u a Slav, and s/hal Ul i an mean. •He hn got i ven renalbU Idea Unit monc% Ho thinks It is a icessary thing to have around a i II .enl to huv something, but i brass as a ..1 llr-t tight si .1 .nut he does not want 13 :nd he i* tft •., buy much (i.n1v gadget" for hi .*._ i.i un ,i iadin experiment.-) he just doesnt has been on the Island (h) fc , •5SV l-The ^mp.e-t kind of man One of his Slav chara.1ert.tlcs lhal iidl i more than irritatinn easy drop hood. independrn: (l ,., luM( morning drink c Its, Sou*-. — pringing. largt 'id unbelievable • • % %  Minor what it nly 121RH luggage boot : %  idd flavour to ud ota> .uid a II > %  dBaMB, Try l'l.. lb Sinks — At A. Bartwa s. •'. l.id ] ind thea.new anil they're well worth examining. N< LhlpptnS, breakages etc.. when uke* the plao llama* are also sastwIWOOd Ch.nrs in two lodels very itronab bud' j mil i lame among nv.-, %  %  items that include i"i. ufffuL pal %  m 'i%  ( • i •nse of lime When you ask I i meet you al ten o'clock he %  been known |o turn up at Iwo In the afternoon — and also a tunes at eight In the anting He runs his life on the lines ot doing )ut what ba Waml .'.ly to want to do useful or kindly things CAJtrooNisr Birrs LOOKS inro rnt I WEIGHING KQOM —L.E.S. MAY BE AMERICAS FIRST LADY Nancy Pigoii. who moved from a neat red sandstone house In II fashionable backwater of Glasgow to an equally unpretentious while brick Engllsli-typc cottage m Washington, is wondering with more than normal feminine interest about her next address. II> IIt-iii-* l.tsv*flash. ngtoi he South women anal too cut.' Hhe explained. makes bar home In WashOrlglnauy a three U-dffali R h IW 48 i. nntl bat %  i ,im or n 1 > cai as the family grew in number, back to Glasgow T month5 o| „„. %  "^.rned. It Is as „„ T , n .H (, Ilia Staler A PAUSE, when a tiny greyhaired woman eameut and handed us a drink. It was the sister of Grade's late husband Monty Banks, who bu now rome lo live In the villa al Capri Grarie wail, d until she had gone, and said: "Of nurse, you must not think 1 Ml dUTarenU) aVOut settling down when Monty was alive I felt exartlv the same Why. I built thi.new bathing \ to be extended Mntro, Uu Can/one del Mar pool and restauranl and a night .lub just so that M.m'v iM arm— for the hftVl to meihiiig to keep him busy icthiiig %  i suppoi :i |,[ion he foUOWOI and w<_ w simple as that. We came to I %  It could h. the U. While Hou.."i, An..,,, II,. eradu^lly b.okc '"S* h ,' h '„, C n iovcfn, to look ""„ '".. %  "• avenue. For It I. |u.t po.,11,1.th.,i *• % %  < %  • „p u. the 5e„.le buildinn in W..h*J? -KJ^ 0001^ wSdSei Into the youne one). I. .lightly J' U JJ" ""V"g" „, %  „„ ,,, „ n l,n,n l,.|,-.v„ m n," Some ..t her 'H'Z'TuV JilJ.d TS I SSKTSSS *V ttMSffil?* Ha^S^ 35 blown-up .ix-tool photofruph of P*h| b , if r .nvi„uidy: He hit. tremend1" myieU: 'phj' !" ''. !" ."*'. her hu.band in tliv Urgeel t*. Y1U T "^,, "".. l„, n m lllon' of "U. I...II." Ullle wonder. He I. >'"" !" "i' ""' md !"" v }i" K ,m ol W.dnndon'l WllSLBViX* wS JTTVTI he 6lt,2ln., built In prouo,!,on..and !" Hy '• u K 1 ; k .'^„, r I u i 1 '.'li 0 .?S!nk 2i§ %  Well. '-'-ndshlL .olertion iNftwii'ii Boris and me. .otd affection turned Into love. Ami nut very long ago Boris OWN beside me and asked n o to marry him. I .m not going l pi eland I ,l ( )li,e,l 1 do know t t' nly enormously happy d I idled up one of his earholes vith salt water And that's about ii -Insaid, turning to look back iioufc. Home W E could aea th* broad figu ol Iknis standing In the bacon Iha In, aood % %  dep.'iidable looking A pc.i d kind of .spresslon i iiauc's face as aha saw He is o pet. isn't he?" ihe %  t Won't it be nice lu come home i It as quite dark now lor Capri I t the >ky was very clear, and H i.hviously going t. \ peadaral evening igs Hardware S> MakaM BI % %  b tope from a i •> baa jut Urn ... and dishes. A particularly u.ennd, by way of c£d*a% naVd fJ '""" "** '\ "V ^Gw* %  ,, ., ,. t ... rot i taafti i. 11 %  'AatlE'Wtl tW l,l# "" I In £ v.-?i I.W -Ihe ,1000. M put.-1 *" %  '; f %  '** a You (even 1 i' iuortn Step-i. shelving. i;i)M Mllag .on! nar> a puncI'artitioning and many other luie. That'll -olvc my wublem ilungs with only tliiee hand nyway The tyre that gives lools and screws. Cant bo done. Ishlp turned Into | ih, a sort of rVk ATLAS eh? whad Jn bet — b.-t" Vouve between Boris id U'a al the Ess-i Servlcenter lost' ll can be gOM alright with pn 11.-but k SI Take .1 look .it truly .istonlshlnt ease T*V lie Atlas Halterles when lies' malarial Is Rigid Steel Unlmet li i drop in fur a car grease—a Major that is said in lengths thai Jong lasting asset i iy car combine toward %  nd immensely reliable In Xhn slblllties In .n..truelion WdK Tropics. Atlas products are of Box Forms 'H' SaeUoii::. ^f Ihc lined available and are .1 Sections and 3-way Corners, you keeplnl with the top-flight caa make *em all. AvsllabL' gaallUaa ol this Eso Serviuenthrough 8. P. Musson Son h Co,. Ir ph 3WB. I i lard Hotel, hired as hendquirters headed mi t tee TV ns he 6n. 2in., bum in propornon, ana "•%  •-""Congressional Comused tn be star of Tennessee golftMM*_A Jg! used in nv s -o m 11 HIAIV v,..,.. _i_ verllty footbell team and (ootball berou olher people i . %  • i >,. %  rmrmv 1 OKI Ctll America is really rugged of the "Kefauver for President' JJ^s^fti hwegUgatad crlw Club. ... Quietlv competently he handlol and ..I,,, Skt7 <• % % % %  £ %  < Sl3 anTwSn,TS rU-tr;AW """"""vui u,'/ ?,'" the only contrast to the shori rer,„.._,,„_. time \ isiiurh rroin an ovar in Stan lamb coot which the wore q ^, h n nU ||W II was a straw in the country drop in to see myhusband. OVar a black frock. wind when the lawver who helped Ev",V,h n "" """ rm "' "Mm." said Mrs. Kefauver. apS-JcorronltSe. Rudolph Halle>'. hectic all t precUtively. "I h;,vcn't seen that !" h i,f !"!" n hr popularity of i dren and our two cocker spaniels picture before." How did the woman from Claagow become embroiled in Amer'•' president of the Council, no pad were happy. I Just could not sclile down. I looked around at my family and at Monty's. They were all safe and sound, cither In their own homos or here in Capri. „. a ..... — Aed the only thing there •eem11 the time with the chlled for me to do—being the odd d our two cocker spaniels | Ild u ou t, so to speak—was get back room at the White House? •„ work. lea's DCcOme emwru.n-u in nmn.!„_, top politics' The route not so circuitous as Mi explained it Kefauver When Nancy could she waei "Hey, Pops; ..'thing the sands she called, snd the (Jowly falling away. tall, white-haired man gosing p i a to place again I felt It .. my Bfi going from I was M . alongto the Committee hearings ^./.Tthe big !" pictu !" of" Ers AmericarfM? nSher SSU &?Z£X?1^Jfi£& !" v * te t SJP* "&£"?£ OAMB1. Oracle's enormous wolfTennessee. But they lived in Clas• would all ow only his nanas |hc rty tonlghl AndI she i* ^^ u> metM CrXnooS Ttn'e\^ to it von.tituene, meetin, the yoton. !" Es,„ for xnelhln." he ,d. -Donl tell me you re .,1,aid S.V raoUm'. rtS5v 1 • ">" "" '" • ll,K "' T 1 Ch *£'Southern ,1, ol doo. Sod^ceil to %  rliun. young l.wye. But ,hr-doe, no. make .peeehe. L#S^S;S#^S^S*# ^sv#*s^#*#^t#i \Vi>l. I 1M.AIITY (BarbadtM) I III. MAUL A NOTE .. Visit I : H %  eCJ^oJ^Mi JMI *r\f **" graaasaj ibi < am ressau -. wsneis/li-ifl, <>'*-< %  rag asdf t, aWnianaJ ii* — >• SANDALS MAOC i c. a J. eiK LOC*. AClNtS ART SILK PIQUE Reduced from 11.04 to 73c. per yard MOSS CREPE Reduced from $3C5 to $264 per yard FLOWERED CREPE Reduced from $288 PLAID TAFFETA Reduced from $2.28 STRIPED TAFFETA Reduced from $399 to $2 88 per yard FLOWERED ART 8ILK — Now 0c. per yd. METAL IMPRESSION 0E0R0ETTE now $1.80 per yd. From $8.70 to $300 each SWIM SUITS from $14 88 to $10.00 each SATIN LASTEX 2 PIECE 8WIM SUITS from $18.00 to $12.00 each SUITS from $9 00 to $6.00 NIOHTDRESSEB — from $10.00 to $800 each SILHOUETTE BRASSIERES from $3.81 to $1.80 each LADIES' SHOES IMITATION REPTILE From $471 to $3.00 per pair LADIES' HOLLAND SHOES Backless & Toeless from $7.08 to $360 per pair LADIES' SHOES Oddments — from $8.00 to $3.60 per pair LEATHER HANDBAOS— from $6.00 to $1.80 each PLA8TIC HANDBAOS — from $4 60 to $180 each LADIES' STRAW BAGS from $1.08 to 48c. each BAG HANDLES from $1.20 to 24c. each TAPESTRY 48 WIDE — from $4.00 to $1.56 per yd tut: CRETONNE 46 WZDE from S2.40 to $1.S2 per yd. tc 2 PILLOW CASES from $19.14 to $1200 per set PLAID TABLE CLOTHS 36 x 36 from $192 to $1.08 each PLASTIC TABLE MATS now 4c. and 8c. each McOALLS MAOAZINES from 84c. to 24c each McCALLS PATTERN BOOKS — from 60c. to 24c. each McCALLS PATTERNS — reduced to less than half the original priceOl IN I I III SI TO >|| \ FELT HATS — from $6.76 to $4.08 each FELT HATS (WILSON) Blue only — from $6.00 to $4.80 JOB FELTS from $3-00 to $2.16 OARBERDINE RAIN COATS from $10.00 to $7.00 „ $6.00 to $3.00 RAIN CAPES ART SILK SHIRTS PEGASUS „ BPARTAN „ FANCY COTTON $2.37 to $1.68 $6 65 to $4.80 $5.02 to $3.84 ANKLETS 52c to 44c. LADIES' LADIES' BEDSPREAD TIES 2 for $1.00 WALLETS $1.00 each ii \itit\\ .m in i'i. MILK CANS from $1.61 to 72c. each CHEESE SLICERS from $3.60 to $108 each CAMPING STOVE from $11.84 to $8 26 each CIGAR BOXES from $12.00 to $6.00 each RUM JARS with Measuring Tap Small from $6.50 to $288 each RUM JARS with Measuring Tap Large from $8.00 to $4 00 each IIVIIIO IMP I. MULLARD VALVES Now $100 each SSSM .llOw-t* !" '!' Pay IS a rimit without tb-lau . WIU. FOGARTY (Barbado*, LTD.



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PACE TT.N si \HM \|i\(il Ml v| MlAi. I'mSLIABY X Itt Scouting: Its Methods And Major Griffith's Broadcast %  j the Canadian on me 1 flm and Willi Maiur J K. Griflllh. I -•-on lh ernei <*o the English *. 0-' Cui IK look! 11 J %  %  iim-rw W .I.IMeans ^ T gth u Your Horoscope tih.mced. And indeed, more so in th? mu.h dashed %  '.-,mm IBVP*. ithout casting any reflection -n and statesman I am *• 10 believe that fed;<•-**' a broadeat ovr RcxUfl Friday nhi un w . ( i( ods ol Scouting tncii I. sait master uis u. This was the second of a series of broadcasts to awakjj „ group Committee, n nage affairs'' Or the heart* %  I '* %  >.nith .jlinda —clrfii M oi the "•*"' interest in the m I %  I | first timi object tin %  system of education. ; mt'iiUill'.. supplement In CHAHAi Tl % % %  %  leam.i".ol mat. I |. .Hi. I %  fl a i he at decent rali 'he placing ot tru t :.mi me :i. > UIK-C oi reeponsibillty The Scout B.H.. as out Founder"* famiUari> klovenaMsl the |nn' instinct Leads boy* to combine in %  Ml harmSeoul HI %  and particularly ^'Triirand do di%  tMnT i lly failing to do so. The the aw no use, onus of selecting Uli BoBUsBM wastrel i ftarasite? The answei icrs now falls on thl ande on lut mannei of boy % % %  .lousv i l.urdened Assistant Comnuihe is today and for that you are the principlei which nassUa to give this matif poiuible. I^iok lo •er the attention It deserves. The ( (, M .( This may account (or the laree Bomber of Troop* whirh start i than •like fade .. few mouths. In the distrust and Ich Scouting so !" *%** r tthlly fosters. Oood Scouting: :ut !" i BaibadotJ r toaal aeauMni it %  ( todav there are onlv 18 on I Where an the 82" Scout Council there is the Island : the l*xiy charged with ~ r """ after the several L A '""" v ith piomoluig Scouting throughout MilIsland and a/11 In Uif few asHMlcs left 1 woald tmt thf Asaoelatlon is M-.u \i-n burnt preparing l.r |rt.i very Import.irl rvruU In Ihr hKtary ef local Scouting — the VJBM of the tmilrr Chief sr.mi. th. LaM % % % % % %  a. alai the probable visit of a f'oniinirnt of HrouU to Die Iff OsWaaa| I borer being held In Jamaica la Summer School* In England Instinct to good purpose The basis of Ing the bo* to run all own show <' TM Patrol Leader not only leads I i and eompelorxi' but hy i MI i. nm\in\ on. thi' latter ensures Ice to others Putiher these i • %  'ft.-ll I.-.I Mn A'ay lo fuaert. Much mischief Is '. %  i Htcome of ktsfni the Scout OccuplM hi spare Tim.In useful 'idalitylng for Badges to the Palrol Syitem pnttaaaa i two imi-trtniit Sum jt English Univeisiare now available at The llutish Council, -Wakenelfl.' Whltepark. 1 The UnivetaH* ol It Mf&t m iifTers u'„^ •!.,• Oi,n-ii „i bulCbM ,|1 %  %  ,„„ oi (;„•. Brtw. i5-. lAlU Ol ExWUliv. I 0 i.uii.lwr \>l iiifintSm Bourn-vita Asthma.BronchilisCoughing, Choking Curbed in 3 Minutes is the help gh troai laoul folk. This i Vl where vou. my llsieners, i : eh uK-lude re| Chun h and of Youth B Mi.Island. ApiiH from these ad dfai than) in > % % %  ind vi rj aaajajai •. %  %  Ipei in the pcifHi "i tors and Badge Bxamlaen for the moat part proional men and women. They I laaWl %  -le-our : tharactor who "." a _' • charaetac fho lie mi*H P pel eeed m the. of ihi' individual as >i Itv, hence he put high i Induatry and Kaatarii ,. I'l.inning aiid it was for just BM day 1 i. I of InlerEconoiiii. KfUitK.n. the ol the "Welfare Bute" Ml British Economic Th<-i.nM Had %  m alao lectuicu ..mi tutorials On %  aerial economic %  •ring j wide langeof general %  iit.]it. ex nv of Oxford Sunimer School on nrit;iin and tho Mrdarn Woiid" The count will <>.inine British TwintJOth i>t>> in the tk-ld of Com.i oBnaaaltli and Coloaial problems, i Y.< iiuimic Development and! K'>.(-ign Affairs. th courses the lists of, .ii' most impressive. Further details and advice %  W.I. Jamb-ree I r< :• boree a probable. %  teg ; ibout 1 ia doubt :hifar* >ccent ienl bv Messrs. laa very -lly iM cao la%  1 >rd. This is to I* re%  %  fron lectures and lessons In sub)ecU and thc> a) Scouts for their PnBadsjes. A Scoutmaster may not Here I pass from Method* to examine hts own boys for such %  I s outmastar can Public Support lion rm.i.nti.v and effectively Thus vou tee how you can help technical Job aod ^ v you h,Hiid help. lus Scouts he has to HowV B) bi When '> %  > be MHjght fnmi the RepresenUn niri.il prolileins. loP| ull gjuiniliier. .in Uflkiel or portuntt) >f >' %  The British Council, who md every ph.ie of irrn bar of the Group Coow ... al*o be able In certain cases the list nf deato '' 'ake. money to put Scout„ r ijoral Aasociatlon; a PTCM em financial asslstFom' n ^ over. u Secretary, a Treasure! oi |u lommon Hrothcrh.-. .e fo r intending students nour and In Broutlni provision is made self*. uf EIMI "' ,h Grou P Coo 'L n "l' e a 1>um persona of both sexes in. -tod in the Group for personal Pafral Systaan l,h £ r reasons—parents %  BARGAIN HUNTERS AT TIIANIS CROP-TIME SALE. Of 111 6cut i Scouts. Old Scouts, members of ,,,, u , , , icil I %  irches and School Bodies. The ^,! T 0*V Committee takes care of l matters as weU as Jf*tt ItUf help for the Scoutmaster larda I^*l Associations .1 m and the Next In Importance It the Local •i a similar body of ufc nf the rUOOI* LT'ons l'Kiklnt afer the aflalr of -iiilnaparo-nlar In a res li i-mt of fact the district i .,1 %  Sum" Croups and It I rcai r. inj IIM ,r,ess of prorle living in h, It. MQ .U^tncT to get Scout Groups m %  letlH, || snould be and respect locally, to be an Inrtuentlal representative of Scnut; to Ihc public, to promote i ,h,. touting accordiiig to the InfluRover cub Branch and the Ro*i v ,,t Crew Inthefornm ed7U>11 A go.nl Secretary I Ihc make | elteve !• cx%  .. \tw tuil und mor.' play thai E lay. In the lerl leger issues of adolei tackled MM t*tk OearaaiM : >1,.NI..\r.' i rmlitlni %  > II r liliM Sl.e li'lplna %  . %  -.! A-lT...* Hssa si nil i:\t''. iha >on l"l T.-i%  % %  i i'ii li yes %  '-'>-*-*',--v*------*.----v,'*v.'-*.'-r ARE He is nU'rmnii ami wiu Hie l. A .md Its BxecutiM•en and effective. Then there iould be n Treasurer with ability ,ci extract money from Ihc pockets In the Court of BOOOU* tho ..f ihone who have it. not by sleight members gel a glimps, uf -ecu-of hand method 1ml by way of Innd "clvirs' Nor l "'icing them to become subscribthe religious aspect ..' B membem of the 1. A. missing here f.i -• %  t roeetinas ,.i <):. % %  of the mam fuiu-lions of the t'te Court of Honour begin and end I V is to find suitable Vfrson* as with suitable pri i %  s T hl* '" highly ImNexl to th Patrol Brstera i' the | i riant as no man should be eni -led with the training of chiln unless he hv Of personal in thbej pride f pet onal (It'ending and character such as ness and abllt'v to hold his own %  '.! ensure good iral Influence MACLEANS S>lS&(S)SSIfi£)IB TOOTH PASTE keeps rascal wmm and healthy YOU SCARED BY RHEUMAnC PAINS? Hen's Ibe sure and certain way lo conquer them. Ru>) SACROOL snd It's penetrating powers •rill act quickly and effectively KMIiHrs DRlli STORES;: VrVVINCe YEAST-VITE The Only Pain Reliever containing Vitamin B, Ifyous-MtiogfiQl'K KKhl li 1 Irom rAlN. and also to enjoy ihr tienrnia of Vitamin It, you musi take YEAST VITE Tahlcti. Therc'i nothing ele like YEASTVTTE. It is ihc ONLY pain reliever which Al.JiO conuuQi tlie tonic Vitsinm 11,. Don't waitgo and get some YLAST-VITK Ftr (HEADACHES (NERVE PAINS COLOS. CHILLS, | RHEUMATIC PAINS REUtVES YOU PAIN MAKE* > "J ff Ft MCU YEAST-VITE PICTURED Street, to take idvanlage of the Bi yon prtmJ to start in Hood limv a iBBsh Mnni clock tit i mind >ou i.ght on (.me! Thu NI \\ DAWN, goe' islomwindBlg, Incream. Iliieot gie.iiiaic.willipl.ilc! Iimngi. II has a 4-nxii dial wuh full luminouinroeraK AliO a%a!UW 1 : oon-lu SmMhfflakmd Obfafaat redlag J> Discovery igthen* Blood, Nerves, Memory, Brain, Mot ond Endurance-Better Gland Operation*. Glatiui. iade Active and Youthful Vigour Restored in 24 Hours a-a -i Do;lori Proiia Vl-^alfS affoni NOT to Fly? Business men know thai one %  face-to-face '*)!< i %  ;..con achieve more thaa di % % %  B.W.I itwn I.AI: I'ports la Uu Gajltv bean — cuts uapeoductive travelling time to a minimum Yoo rover more gioand in a shorter time when you travel BRITISH VvXST INDIAN AIRWAYS



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M Ml.W, KUUil'ABV 3, 1K2 SUNDA1 IDVUCATC PAGB rtrTEEN GENERAL ELECTION 1951 I'AKISM 1)1 ST. MICHAEL llM RataeeentaUca of th* People • nevus Provision: i Ail 19M I hereby publish a summary of the Election Eaeao.es ol tiw following Candidate* for EiKiion lo 1M 0*n*r*l A.aantblr (or th. Parish of Si Vichn*! fur in* Snalon USI-cM Mr V Cnftilt 10 M 11 00 <'."iuirll-ri, >Jilk jfc %  %  %  „ ss-^**sj a ssranti^iu Krplaet M Fresh Milk the pi lie of frt*Ii Mr, 1 U Hr U ar MM %  CM Petty F.xprt.-o KM 3 TJ 1 PifmlM 12 a* 13.M Lighting of Premise* ,. 7.50 7.M Printing 157.00 157 00 Newspaper Advertising 3.90 3 00 Distribution ol Advcr) u=in Material l Expenditure on Can-) 22.48 S.4J vaatag | 00.50 20.00 Clarka a M*a*cng*r< 21.M Postage. Station*!? ] and lllseeuaneou'l 305 11 344 no %  Kp*n*es not | abov* anumeralad f :, tof I..: tr.e% would eventually ffnd Ml as-niaui my.h .... r"i up. and refresh milk i, nmra .. M| -h,. u-d wS EST hl' w uU h Bln %  %  %  %  r m preference to condensed milk, have begun buying .undented mUk. Thy ..* trying n \/*>nf /*/i niifuf ee wftethet i!. %  "*. / If NtijUt work out $ 674 81 I 559 11 The Return-, and Documents in support of the above can be inspected at my oflkv. Pinfold Street between Ihe hours of 11 am and 12 noon on Thursdav the 8th day of Februarv. 1952 HERBERT H WILLIAMS. Returning Ofllccr .. .heap;. mil* vendor said yesterday. Bx P ..out 0 r tnm-xt ... the tad they -Hi H*< U JuR n eat a*..,.-a •! BSbM ^? back to rrein milk or even II they lerda %  > > „, had HI the niind to. the turn white the public mark, will clinic when condenaed milk Mocked with fresh m This ven.kn said that since the shipment cargo from Australia price went up. he loat quit* a which was discharged al 1 number of ustomers. but be don It will be sold on Monday iwmiad. "I would rather atw The 85. r-n Tiwikiaa i a llttla m-lk o.. my hands.' he BIM included sniagr* salmon said, -than, aril it at a loaa." i ntotal potatoes and eornm.-. from New York aird a ah RV said that with the prevent of orange-; fiorr, Trtnldad price of animal fodder, if mill. She Wag tin onlv •.team-hip seller* sold their a-'ik chraptt ''ulnle lit*. yr*terday. Apait they would be selling at a k a* -rom the activity of" the ft "The purchaser hat to realise that lighters that were .ittendiog he. when one item goes up, anothe Ci-tikie Bay .. item must also go up to keep .The Feat Townshend i." e< %  • i alaaeg" signed to Ma <. C He said thin though he ha-l Lid GOVERNMENT NOTICE GOVERNMENT NOTICE ATT,.„ STlCl . ,D*fca„, Amaodanmi, Order. 1W2. No 4 was. h wiU b, p„i,i, M ,„ „ 01.PARTMENT OF HIQHWAVS 4 TBAN8P0KT VACANCY % % %  • %  *..• n r sruars H02 FOR FOREMAN MECHANIC Kail MIIIH A„.I <* -*>** **mmr mi-*m w u, . MI— 4 Tt.' AltTKLE The poat la pcnauHialila srlth aag| %  •.. HM mat MJM 2.520 per annum In i'l—i. >oeen RKTAIL FRICE • not more than; %  %  %  i %  lag kg a %  H %  App%  ;• aMH for two aggj and iii i subject to the %  elected candidate being passed as medically fit for employment m ihc Public Btfl Begf Candidates should not be leas than thirty i30> years of M sliould preferably be practUuig m.. i .. BlShgfayi and Trarisp.it:. Bridge i.wi noon on Saturday. 9th February. 1052 N I I : ...„,,. Hound in and Ribs .. Ncpnlb Lags and Loin Chops tb) Slew I c .. ., 2*a ox. for 3c, v\\ il io.\ CM in NOTICE In pursuance of section 43 (") of the Representation of the People (Miscellaneous Provisions) Act 1951 .195I-J5I the summary of the expeii.c5 incurred try the Candidates for the City of Bridgetown, m connection with the Election of Members to serve in the General Assembly for the session I9M-19M. is published for general information. Persons desirous of inspecting the returns, may do so between the hour of 10 and 11 a.m. dally from Monday 4th to Friday 8th February 1952. al my oflWe. Co The Vestry Clerk s Office, Parochial Buildings. Cumberland Street G. a HVN'OK. RelurnniK Officer tor 'be City of Bridgetown. SI MMAItV Petty r pcnsr<. htcarred bv Candidates : Mi A I s Lavta 3 88 Mr I I) Mottle. 8 50 Expenditure on Prii.tlm : Mr. A E S. Lewis t.ft Mr. E. n. Monley 1 \ix %  ndui.rr on Ne*Apaper Adverttskng : Mr A E S. Lewis ftxprndlture en nkstiibutlsui g| AdvertKIni Material Mr. A. E. S Lewis Mr. I D. Mottley Evpendllure en Canvaaalnc I Mr. E. D. Mnttley Expenditure on 1'ostaae. SUllenery and Miell net above enumerated Mi A. E. S. Lewis Mr E D Mottley S 10 00 3 20 | 15.20 S 21.00 159 20 NOTICE PARISH OF ST. PHILIP. BAKBADOs DECLARATION OF EXPENSES I hereby give notice that the returns of expenditure of Messrs. W. A. Crawford and J. C. Mottley. candidates elected and duly chosen as representatives for the parish of St. Philip to serve In the Genera! Assembly of the Island of Barbados, can be Inspected at the office f* the Superintendent. Government Industrial Schools. Dodds. St. Philip. Barbados. Office Hours: Monday 4th February. 1952 to Friday 8th February. 1952. from 10 a-m. to 4 i> ni. Under Act 1951-35 Sec. 43 (7). the summaries thereof areas follows: — Mr. W. A Crawford. PegweU. Christ Church SUMMARY Personal living expenses of candidate Petty expenses Incurred by candidate Printing Newspaper advertising Distribution of advertising material Amount paid to canvassers All.iwanccs to sppokcrs .. Clerks and messengers Postage, stationery and miscellaneous 1 expenses not %  mimi'i alisl Mr J C Monley, Rices. St Philip BmHASir Personal living expenses of Candidate Petty expenses Incurred by candidate Distribution of advertising material Amount paid to canvasarrs Allowances to speakers .. Clerks and messengers Postage, stationery and miscellaneous expenses not above enumerated 48.50 8.5 13000 35.00 50.00 11.1, Oil 10.00 25.00 395 00 • c 50.00 5.00 .111.00 75.00 10.00 I8.M 25.00 I'll is aaliialilfPi i (MI ty SOLD BY JOII\ M. Ill \DO\ A CO. A. F. S. a F. V. A. SELECTION OF PROPERTIES FOR SALE ^---•%  ,. ,-. , , ,-,, %  ,'. %  .; %  I; IVM-miNi MI-I". s N I I MTV. I \ (..I-'.S. mi UWIMI Mil of Tllr' l.lltl S I Kll MH.V Mil || |> .-HI be a.. \m in MIL 26th from 3 -g p.m. Laitasal later %  %  Baa at* n...iariM (b) the items "Breadfruit" and Pears— Avocado' have bean deleted in their entirely from the Control of Prices (Defence) iAmendment! Order. 1951. No. 22. The increase in the pi ire of bread is due To the increase in the prlgg if frinu 2nd Februarv, 1952 %  Notsj lite Easily and Cii..'lv with the Aid of a M.I III III IK 10 in UNIVERSAL RULJ 10 LOG HI i E Hi Jn in I'KECISION IH.l.K .Hid B. d.m. Haaty Blaa 1 bun •!<. %  |lh STH. Idaai lor quick areas* lt> Town. HoU-ti A Clufc. lUc-tleni M(a ballung from HIHIS be^cli two mssaaaa disssal. sfesi al the %  otT-iUr Ho.kl*y Bftth which la assrlrr. A c n s nitin c H Bua Uniagaf b*lna rooin mm tha mr< depUi •I l ha houae oprnlna onto .1 plruam i..vaTrd porch. There ar* 3 plaaaaxl btrdrootma, I-.-H-I.-I.. •nmpatt kitchen, asrvank.qusrt-' ar. arid -ia S a Ot.rf lha mof 111 hniiifa vri, %  (> •MOI.IllK'S HOI • %  %  M Jl( An xliir houae bulli ,H ,1 with piisa floor, ai 1 buikliiuta. TH. Haa. appruH. acn. of P land onahoaan-zi appaosctww by a laag aHtirewas (Unhad with rinwi* planlad rrwilHiajaiiv irm Tha mil •Undllin -a>l r j. ULII ..I II. 1. % %  the vary lovely ><: %  iha advantsaa ( !>. %  „ .,|| ,., • •ted and caal, wa' r> aas. un %  %  Ml.Lossi la Ira. Ihss, %  'haa* . %  > -nil luwat S ITI 4a I (..r %  modrlllnB aomdllx 'LlhCBBtBO tut .arn* BaSBSsrtba TMa ,y .U,.^*... .td u.ll ...,.,„„,„, U(n pana/ .1 in pi—a n l arounds. ol it.osa wi 11 csntsina 1 gaJlsrwa .1 ap >loaad>. lara* lounna. dintiw a* m.i il M co.,.. i^iouario-st. Tiia bsasaeoas. ara IMOVHrad with waahbsalni and all havs a cool npoaur* T> large kiunac. dinina rosa verandali. kUrtkaB merit .mr>irna,ya eaorewHim Utraa* and •rrvanW' quatlrtv detached Aim tif l..,l 1. o.rao.aea as,. It sn. aU and • yeratiosh ntnw fee •.eileokesl. <-M.il ao cesninon with mod,, ; heaiaas. Ttia. b .r.a1.w waj .re. 1 ad skvul ISO* a 1. (oa.1, I wlUt a allllinlr MALTA SI Fetee-klM,.,,, •seal howac ol ..rapl Hmally Mind aaWmtfye .. aasssaag and rsr-deaw*ano*. han hsai I-.I aasstaatad I •hsa aajaaaHsssM -nh maei al -'-V-.V.-,'aV'a**%%'-*^,V,'V'Xa'*J Madam HELENES =| s HAIR STYLING APfX | P0R0 a MADAM WAKER'S. SYSTEM N. a, tea. .MI .Il :• 1 .l^r Kill lif. .ml .1 I -iin He tW LinMBaa I tm***r .m>e and arts., il. q.iatl.1*. ibout "--'II I I.. I *. %  Real I--t.nr Ageials— Auc Ueneers nnd Surveyors— tinI PlantaUniu Building—IMmnc I&40 with ihc rcpuliiltoii O. F. C. WALCOTT. Major. Returning Officer for the parish Saint Philip. NOTICE GENERAL ELECTION. 1151 In accordance with the proviMons of Sec. 43 (7) of the Repce-, sentution of the People (Miscellaneous Provisiona> Act, 1951 I hereby publish the following summary of the returns of expensed made to m-, by candidates for 1951 General Election In the Parish of St. Georg.v The relevant document* may be Inspected at the office of the Parochial Treasurer. St George, between the hours of 10 a-rn. and 3 pjn. on Tuesday. Wednesday „nd Thursday of next week. Personal Living Expense* Petty Expenses Hire of Premises I'rintmK Advertising in Newspaper* Distributing Advertising Material Canvassing Allowances to Speakers Clerks and Messengers Expenses no: enum-rated above Postage $ 75.00 Stationery 15.42 Loud Speakers 11.00 Car Hire 140.00 '~-j£Z£!?'''-'*-''' *-'-'-' %  '' %  %  %  DAgUAItllS |.Allot K FASTI \t Till: STEEL SHED OIKINi'S l-.MtR ON •si \li\l M-XT. Feb 3rd | kWi -I 11 p.m. orliarh. the H^ilndu. Labour I'jrt. % %  in hold a lli.iiiL^i\ii^ SiTvirc n <•< UU r %  UM Polls ''" i 1951. 1*M Rev, C A. HAVER. %  I Ft pal i t ...iniKioc olU.e. ,1 %  .tn.lu. I till* rt*#*ta, II.Miis A a, M ALL Alll INVIII.I. Anti-l orrosivi(iripon Red K.-.tiii:; I'.,Mii for metal. Muierva Red l(..oh.. I'atnl for shingles. Fit-urn lluiise Painl in colour i Ihlilu I IKICI i n.it in" Marine (.lois White. Alsu I'.mil Brushes, Turnenline mid nil .il,., Ftiint MatcriuU. U-l L Supply Your Requirements. 00*"* 00* #01** t& v*" . %  MI II Ml i a a'.alaa Mr Ban-owMr Millet 1 Xixur* Kxpenscs v c. 1 % 33.00 33.00 30.00 30.00 2 50 250 49.50 49,50 3542 35.42 28.00 28.00 310.00 310.00 21.00 21.00 55.00 55.00 APRICOT FILLING—Tin.s DORSEI.LA—Tins CUSTARD POWDER—Tin< CHEESE-Tins STRAWliERlUES—Tina APKIC(JT NECTAR—Tins HAMS (Cooked)— TIMS RHUBARB—Tins GOOSEUKHKIES Tins BAKED DEANS—Tin* ASPARA<;CS Til's—TinWALNUTS IN SPICED VINECAH Bob. OLIVES STUFFED PLAP. SAI^D DRESSINC.—Bot* YORK SHI UK RELISH —Bots. TOMATO SAUCEHotISINC.LASS-Pkgs JELLIES— Pkg. BUN FLOUR— Pkgs ALL BRAN—Pkgs. BUTTER CONCENTRATE -Tin. PEARS PINE APPLE—Tins I'r ACHES Tir. C.T ONIONS I ROSES LIME JUICE -Pots HORSE RADISH—Bots. BARLEY WATEI MEAT BALI5— Tin^ ROAST HEEF—Tins VEAL LOAF-Tins GOLDEN ARROW RUM • I'l/.AMS A 110.. I Bit, Roebuck Street — Dial 2072 & 4502 SELECT THESE 1H1H>-TiMK s§rmpgjES STEAM PACKINGS % %  II I'M--foi Factory in'*Vrt'/rVi. if I'honr 4IM FEE M8.M Apply. F. E. C. BETHEL, r.KOOM'S FEE Per S*rvlf tl.M FOR COMFORT RIDE A HOPPER BICYCLE {sVfMsjajMBI THF BARBADOS FOUNDRY LTD. Whitepark Road BARBADOS HARDWARE Co. Ltd. (THE HOUSE FOR BAKUAINS) HS II. Swan Slrerl p h on* 2IM, M0. or 3SM WEDDING PRESENTS ANNIVERSARY GIFTS BIRTHDAY GIFTS &f We have a wonderful assortment and will wrap each gift in the special gift wrapper for the occasion. Largest stock of Silver and Electro plated goods from which to choose. Ai.o Bone China and Porcelain. Louis L. Bayley Aquatic Gul> Gill SaeSB Phone 4897 •.-.•.•.-.•.-.-.<.•.-.-.-...-......,.,.,...,.,.......,.,,..,...; I



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p.\r.r. TIIM SUNDAY XDVOCATE SUNDAY, FEBKUAKY J, 1952 YOU BE THE DETECTIVE Cryptogram A M Interealing rtWH) (hild raising, mad* ; celebrated %  talesman, 1 ( %  the solution af this subst.' Uan cryptogram. HIT TTH Oe rHMIISXHIl 1XDS TSXEOLKH \w wz JHKM rr.vw AXDS DMO. Concrete Evidence HER CHILDREN \L\KE HISTOH'* ,nall new house in village of Chi'im-v in Mr Eiml.. Life, t** IS V) %  hf dmiMrtW of the ullage schoolUn Lite i*tired last term i nol imagine life withrhildrcn", nor could arse baor to leave Cheniev But brr h*u*e was nr*ded for her eucce*I s*r So Mrs Life and hr r husband nlsniwM k new home with window* thai looked acroas to imt house Dears the .i i >• on* and. in tha m each one. in turn, will have MU i" "' %  • %  nm* *en*rai whoaa parent*" name* ara nd UM younaliatra. for thl iKiuc dr***ar which has pfld* i.laca in Mi .-very brick. I if the 1W bricks which and their thank* j; afSMi-irr Snapiro A i me Sale Home Insurantc Company, i-k'rt Profeaaor G crtminologtat. %  %  t.. tha douse of aVarot -Zeiot notlili the Ci napany that gOO.OOO *oith of bOM stolen lest I want to make nine lie* telling the At tha modern, staple* house M the MUMsl B Zirot tokl his Mv playing
to Hal l go, that he could not r. I downsta.ra nn-1 call.-.1 the police. Tie gems were tha ftaf* fen my tasdiooai The potto have i I* la" "Can you desrrtbe the man?" i UlL and quite i. | bedroom Ti> I km, light-net. against the wall opposite th< the newly polished floor, lmmi;ul.' footprints %  :\nv Qfj those print* I < long to U inquir* %  .pah. ure sock*, but no shoes. And you can see Ihe way he escaped HUMMMI I<> the bed. aJ | and." Professor Onpaha U* I that : * slieela. then walkel m ihe window that laced Ihe beds, noting the rJwc; roH the window silt. -Do you wish to examine the ground outfto?" asked Mr. San) i a* an." aaeertc I ( i .,,:,!v n fabricated story Um think ao? The vocabulary builder QUIZ CROSSWORD The Shadows Hear a Story eplact Tells It— W HEN niiture lover, Barer Boyer, accidentally step: < In tha wet concrete In front w the BIJou, you should have ami him dance. To duplicate Ida it* necessary to hop on each of the footprintbeginning at 1 an.! ending at 17. Although you I travel backward, forward *nd diagonally, you muit not tm •nor* than one footprint tflfUnl at a time. And. of couree, you are to atop at tha mm* footprint only ow e. —The Log in the F U* MAX IKtLL The lire as crackling In the bsaVta. *hkh la tha same a* aay ing it was crackling In the fin-place. Krarf, the ahadow-hoy with the turned-about name, was sitting on the carpet watching Ihe toi.guea of flame licking up from the burning loga of wood, when all at once he heard a aharp crack. Tha neat Instant he heard a voice saying: 'It* good to he warm again. Ah. what a pleasure it ll to M uble to stretch my back!* And there was another loud crack Sparks came living out of the tonmos. burning log where the tongues Of flame were the bright I K> ft) %  aid: "Who* talking?'' Then the voice answered from the dearth: "I'm talking. I'm the log of wood. You're looking right at Burning Log Knnrf didn't havo time to be iorbat a burniig log should be VITAL aaw\ OFHmTHt "-MORSES SPILLS Doctors Prove .^. A lovelier Complexion in 14 Days MM For a Brigliler, fresher CoinBiexrori, use Patmolive Soap as Doctors Advised BEWARE OF WORMSI -1 "— 1, Wi! alking, for the log went on iui: "Tou haw n* Idea what u wonderful thing it is to be wann again. 1 nil. once n tree, r>tiwn hid wuinith on mt and I took it all in through my leave* a'.I l.iM it deep i-u!c my liunk like a treasure of gold. "And in the wut.r tune, when the SDOW fell and the North wind blew. I hardly n because my tl r* deep du in the earth whole tha cold could never reach me and my trunk and my branches wen covered witl stout bark. 1 *lcpt roundly and th< winter seemed to oass as quickly B* a i.ight. But then something happened.' Knarf asked what had happened. fthoxer of S,ark The burning log crackled once more, and threw up a shower of sparkn. "One day," fhe log continued, "n woodman standing for >e*vi and Ngn in the open air and the sunshine. And i, far the tlr-; i I felt the cold. How the North wind blew over ua with Its n | No longer did I have tmkt the earth, and my stout bark was mg For waeka and months. I lay there, draaming of the aunshine." The Sunshine "But what happened," asked Kn.uf. "to all the sun you had saved up in your trunk?" "Don's you see!" eric! I 'The snved-up sun'hm. i%  I %  for It* suits 1 1 eiwrtisf in reading shin specialists p^vad thot Polmeliv* Soap con impravt *•"• plaai*ns in mony way*. Oily *hin look* lei. ally-duH, a>a* thi" waadaHully bn t htr C*e-s*-l**kit -* %  opp*o.s fln*r. i is* as aa* e—"" 1 -* -,—.. -*>. #*•• LO Vtlt COMPtfX/Q TRUFORM FLEXIBLE FOOTWEAR FOR CHILDREN i burning up from i nil S i low and gold! Its sunshine onca more, warming n || )tl thfa I.M'l'I I •! And the M ii" the saved-up sun*bine ol Springs and Sunn eiitckled and sparkled, Iii.ig of cricketH and the d millions of fire flies ... Ql [ all the sunshine was ponfti I i aaw at last that the tree h II made with the aunshine and left only i .! to the'little heap of Hha* helund. MADE BY fDEAL FOR GROWING FEET BRITISH CRAFTSMEN BACKED BY OVER FIFTY YEARS EXPERIENCE SUPPLIED BY YOUR LEADING STORES ;tvi*t5iwv*a^i8 In Lugent Shtffn IIOIilZON 1AI. 1What musical instrument did Uuvid playT (1 Sam 16'23> 5—What name did God tell Abraham to call hi* wife? tGen 17:15) •n -What .v t i'.' U %  i' 1 '' 1 i %  %  his conversion* *AcU 9i2S) 14—Case for small article* 15— Field of combat 16— Town in Italy. If—rats*. 19—Citrus drinks. 20Admission. tl-FondJn. 23-I; xe M—emit*. 17—Lara* stream SO— Fourth son of Shem 01 lb" HcloJcltCB' 'Nun 28 30* M -Iwillght saturea 52 Came lufc.'thei M Ancient Grecian city W llreolhe in -irn silkworm. %  ing in ihe Hd renes? Ael^ .xieme BP-Wlio was Kins Abi I lather' i2 Chr Ita) 19— Feminine i 71-Tatters. ..' — Auctions 73— Pre varicaUpna. VKHTK AI, I—In Uiu place. 2—Solar disk 3—Inaction 4—Stabbed. 5—SurfelU p-IIpper Umh 7—Female ruff ft—feminine r Ihuu art weighed 1 alance, and art found wanting" (Dan. am 4—Feminine i Flira's left when he book of laws to the A-imM' 49—On Ihe way io what villJijte did Jeaus appear to two of hi* followers after his rising fron (l:e tomb? (Lake 24 1 :i %  51—I'art of a skeleton. 13— Another spelling for Trr —Impairment dua to use. 17-Opvratlc solo. %  8—What did Pharaoh tab f his hand and put on Joseph'** *Gen> 4P) 60—" whldi Coaain(Luke S.2Hi Ci—Smooth. tiJ—Epochs. n5—Nlasculine name. 141—Nothing. i.;—To the right DO YOU KNOW 9 i •Tafnin | IH W—Contrlv.10—Ancient rival of Ather.' ll-UUiUry assUlanl 12-Kmploys It—Maiden IP-Almost 22—Passageway between news ^4—Pass awaj, as time. Vfhal did Joshua command itand (li)l' iJoah 10: III .7 WIL.II plsrc did li.ia.lu Kin.; I. build' J9-E*senlia! 31-The miniinal i recent. .-One ol Ihoee slain f Galh '1 Chr 7 :.i>airs 37God of Ihr luwoi *orld. OrgM of visi.m IF YOUR NERVES ARE s$A A WRECK take NUTROPHOS tmgu* Q UAI.M Wuenlint4uick.cau|ht In a cjueequadrangle, i isked. iniiverei and quailed, i .u-igga. n rurloua quadiped, quietly quaffing quarts of %  %  nine gt*ter Kua>< -till atltcliea sugar gyWly IWiHiki ISJ*. kiaa raataraj ajaair PH0SFERINE for youthful vigour! Lack of vitaliiv is s fsmiluir symptom today. Nothing r.slly wnrng. pc-pIc feel, but simply that ih.v !'.vc lost their normal happy tenor ol 1MB. lhar reserves arc low. Their r.Mliciuc 1 vanished. They need 0 tonic. H this ii your case %  s t art taking PHOSr-liKINli h* a day or two. HHOSPERINB begin* h* H>"J work by reviving the appetite. This, in turn, turn a vbuie tcqucoba ui benefits, A good digeacion waits on appetite. Good digestion ennch* tk bkudstream, feed* tfc* nerves, build* up %  and energy. Ttj I'HOSFERINB today— for buoyaiacy, raeuaa no a. confidence, io droo* af PHOSFERLNB sqaaa a Tablets. it ooc*^yu^*^j i-i ;-* i ways —you rub It on ondyou breathe it In! THE GREATEST OF ALL TONICS for Deortrston, Debility, IndFfeitW !" afX" Influensa DOUBLE-ACTION THERM0GENE MEDICATED RUB In big glass Jan ana" hondy dandy Tins WHICH STARTED YESTERDAY AT IIIWI BHOS. At Pr. Wm. Hny. A Swn StrMU GENUINE REDUCTIONS ON $100,000 MERCHANDISE WILI, BAFFLE YOU! Just Received CtM'IIAI. i-MPORIUM Cnr. Broad & Tudor Street PHONES: 4200, 4235, 4702



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SINDVV. FTHltl'\RV •IMHI MlvIM \rr i iiui i: *i The 4 nrmii : -THE RACKET B.B.C. Radio Pfagnammes -1 \ * n 1 qtir—lur .4 ^ ":. %  :.•-. M SJS, K. 1 aS, :: 1 TH* BRPM •SS-1 Ik p.m. •tam an HK I.. H. MELODRAMA AND COIfZDY an the bill ol Ure n Ibis WMk-od, hMdtd b> THE RACKET plirtnt, the i^35T?£t&% *£ Plata. Starring Robert Mitchum. Robert Ryan and Liz.iB.. • p" cN^*ww^n (... beth BtsJU. it is last-paced, well directed and well acted ..^ii r,rV £i sA^tas*?"? *V presents a picture of municipal corruption that is appall"• ^3fcfiS ^iiK^iTrML *-^ ingly realistic. It is produced along the lines of the old PUTUM. slogan "Crime Duesn t Pay", but there is a pessimistic **-'*-** linal note win t of the racketeers are brought to book — the Biy boss is never caught. Shady politician*. crooked in) %  vmh-.v vestigator* and rigged elections are all shown up lartnajy and I he municipal ,>olicr are given full credit fa* thalr efforts in Irving to rtd Linte communities of Uie evil* of racketeering which have crown up largely because of an apathetic public. Anouiing to thb film, the brutal methods of the old fjangai have Kone out of fashion, and the eoiili. RC operations of the new crime wipersyndicaU(dace. An ominous thought, astl l aV i D..TM-.-.i mi tssanam The story nnd concern* a lone poUee capi,.in and one of his on determined to break iga s.ndic.ite thji is operating: in their city and tcjaoasMntUag particularly on their precinct. No guarlcr it aiven and it i n tight lo the finish with losses on l>oth sides. Robert Mitchum Rives the best performance* 1 have seen him give. As she potter Captain, who is honest, fMil lea* and determined at ; %  >' co-' community ol organised graft Hnd coarupaton by playing off one faction against another he K !" tat is forceful and convincing. Robert t Ryan is the chief racketeer and %  ,„*>>.. he seemed to me so ruthless and brutal la to border on the psy• hoDarhtr lJiabeth Scott is a sriww u wait. %  o*fAr. scant*ai . i •* i" ""^ml lmtriit 11 IS inoom The Nat. -.. A,..,.... FARM AND GARDEN Bj U.I.Kol. \ DM aiua^satl-l*-.. mango, but it has now t>ec m .na.t1Wa.12cd in all It thought tj Matt been under cultivation in India for 4.0t years and-ni(*. i nt m HinHti i log* Among theplant-; brlotiginp to the mnm.. family are the golden ap|ile. huf, plum. Jamaica plum, chili plum and cashtw The n. Import, food frviit KHI i'..west Indi .-specially as seedlio* trees have established ihemseh< %  T pa vsson, : to quite -i common sight lo se< cart toads from village arc is •.( inetr way to city markets*. One %  i %  the mango 11 1" .,-; what the apple is h lemper-...BOM and conaWer : Its large sugar content Tl 11 Lisas, here ai' Ht was always TIRED A and ILL (.ARieiMi HINTS FOR AMAIFl KS lull laying out the new .. .M pm Ttw IX. iH Cate roieia>. i p<:< mm* an p.-. imt.u MacDOS'ALD CAKCY ith gratlfvii m. T BUS* CWtun %  II MI SUd.. W..il I'.lkpwi* SWrvk*. • 9 m Nhc *• t>n-/i*.lr.. I* Km TH N* •. IL .. rrom the ao'.irh.iv ran m i\>..-, e-1 the natural lie ,pf the land. To tSStTrKuT' "** "* *" -w '" %  4natanc# a rise In one part m>-n>s around could b*> Stnphai > < WKfi. ii aMr snnrw ii wsv. wnt'x made into .m atlracUv* iocs: ginIT tan* den Any natural hollow could be * !? excavated snore and turned Into mi a very charming sunken gardeu. "'"• *^ Jg ",['"*".":. The earin ,.,„ ,, ,„ ,. ^ ,. oii.iiinpllon in ". %  unkM | M used In •"''' ",v u llml %  I'uiidlnf a mck-ga.rten. or k-ut %  %  aaf>a tm RUhsg "ka '"-"" uigre.iient u i*m s imetlme. MMI on Ha IT ti are lg l>e left, they the nppe.' bed* are b -der. am nil in the "p€>. ( a good tlepth. Plant such 'hlnr> s Anlhun. i rie fern, IbcharW Lillet sa<) r p DegonUl All th planl tlo well m tindappled they will gei under a tree. When th" house stntids on i U at |g hlgner than t^r "urrouiidtnn (TOUAd, T tervaaeo .fleet can bf IlrtSf "Up t* >> in FACK POWDER for glamour that becomes jou ii* %  A.-t .! %  sin l i" St"* >n hH Hatr. S i __ r-uak on thr* TMnas, t pm. Il-Slo Ifwwwl. %  *> pin. AfriMn Rurwy. S m Cwnptrr of ih W-k. S pjn FTnM hr Third Prnvmnir IS p.m Thp Nrt'I 0 IS pin nun tbr EditoriaU. IS it u .<> kWncr R>%-m, IS SS i-" Tip NBW III WAVSI*N.?ai BBC -XmtV ffPW W W l S H S l M l to-SBT Baraado* ttmr. %  1 New BBC Beam To This Area results My rotithe Film Unit. h:i< many more of local interest to brl the put>lic. and o ckri with an,n view of the prevailing poor their future efTorts. reception from London the BBC' II fS MAKE IT I.FGAL *" Putting on • nsw tranamiaalon Showing at the Globe, LET'S i% l hi f"? _? 7 ? ""tafy* 1 ^ VAKF IT fFP.Al ttHittf* u, *' metres. This beam will come EteftJS fs 'V" am "25 '!r %  ••"!,• vdy that puki evan thoi i es. Jelnsn boiled and %  ( ,.rk ..-italic %  Ufa lav ; h wi-od ^e(.>l i h, aaMMAofi t" plant, the tree Is ,,t %  ve M HI omi mrntril In •rttlns: The mango thrives OB n Wf* i..iNie ul soils provided Wl climate o preferred, where thiis sau-esslvf fli't ilnc rht sb-ut step'*, th r rSMill %  •* f f ,hc P nn which, at b**t. %  hen the ground ., perTl y be Judgi tVHlv MM ,,r,d treele<|| mor portion difficult 10 majBB thr %  %  %  ' %  %  .4"u n tians t d.mip. rop-, A fln' expne however can be M I irago hingus growth destrucninde (,..,. i,, tn. nosrs** LoeaJ dlraatk asti an In.i UTJ^!" *his new frequency which'is b.'in^ m ** n "'' ,h ,,: %  %  Lh Tt i' '*d a'nn •aperimaiit will bowelmon ann %  '"*' r 8ton nul,, ,w oi u suiUbla one iSfh Crlafct como<1 bv T"* BBC B 0 M. K'"8""SL-t.^ J t ^ L. -. imi>oriai.cc TtJamaica Homdogue and a^JSod ton -'"malca, B.W.I. ^Sf~ .?ll t ..V^ r 5. b "* a ^ ??£ '^J. f 0 example, rfetns to HourCUt, it still iciiiuiiij. a mediocre ttim rtua to due to the weskaajasM in th -mrface, and wtsm *ey an. UMKI ^ m hP dnM ., in menu-rail..,, they add to me Q( ^^ ^j,. C lot which, even in ,hrl >" ttampU lo woo the ladv XH A rt, T.,. ^-* |M n ;. "' ""* ""' I rOWKl hlsl w ,-wnd n..,d,h.r. "• imc.nrthirhu.6ind. mrn-nmn w,,i rnn,,. n %  •-PIMM 01 lln.i.MI. ColbW. I. %  > U 'il dlhVull, will, IhinEs %  ''" '" %  '" "f !" "' "JT It,. fault seems to have been sn a.d-n often overlooked by mothers, with tragic results for the child The story Is acted entirely by local people, assisted bv the medical staff of the Maternity Hospital. jrn ascrrrso 4711 Eau de Quinine Hair Tonic A HAIR TONIC IndltptiM for the ctr* of th* w.in hair. SletnovM and prevtnu nitthrr *\r<• %  ••> D.SMiHI II II Mm th h.ir suft imd i and l^v a refreshing parfuir, Two SUea i Hop him tnmi hnin complct.-ljr. narbor. Bnw. an.1 >' !" IP "i' %  "><• I. -louiid I,., hoint wh.-tc hiOBRobcri Wa^nor ar. adequate and a """'I' 8 a sur^liai. ,i u-ndlna hli prta. lacha.y ScMI nlU Ihr bill a. Uw Sundial, a. r.lci. nrnomcnB lutf%. Inl.. Ibia ndtcuLai. slluasmooth. thin* boy-frtend. A nW been u :i..ii COIIMI an d llaiue ol hi. l.bourpd and uiwonvinclnn conit.-.nth cvntuary. '.t... a< : n husband In rdy with • cam desn-v.nt ol rtnl 111 F.nalui,l daUni far bnik as All Tti. Tl nt on. timo Use only cteans of li.ht-rluh .inmr who Is mlxod wife, who puts In. Iiu d lUWli T..I""'>' '" "'" n" " "<• .omhin, brttM. Both ,1 '•"" pr,m,.ljy start to art |-KR|NC. EXPRKSS hiKh-school udotescenls In PEKINC EXPRRSA At tin Empire. Jose.'h Cotten is as mis sa a bird-dog us he manages t>> embroU himself with Chinese t,m lo b *" Nailnnallsts. Communlsti. eiterHKanlens and bandits, blackmarketeers, wurld atmoaphere to .. n beautiful rrench spy and a that is nol lerwiaa Catholic priest In what turns put Sums of ihr luottn* and to be sinister intrigue, brutally %  crtottsooi thai Sf t-mnU enacted. diafl are laou iiu.un! and Starting ns a slick train mysRarg aM % %  a ol Itry, it lievomea so garbled In its "I c'Allit time, d'isl IfSMI?" swift, violtnt pace and picks up Ai I so many pl*'s with fancy ideolog-i^.t 0 Uiei • %  nil yf ,i"in. "is" tnl trimmings that confusion shower' reigns and I for one, found d in „„). almost impossible to follow the i.t Ha\ %  m strlnginesm thin .! ihs Trliii.i oa have atrned a Wgn reBuaai -1 fiua of .-tinlr^ car cUes-jMfnc %  eet. other* nib-add, bid a) iv dele'-tihle. dcjicnrtint an lh' iriWwitJtg of the i.livHual. howevei it mimhull I od vrrr much in shape, ^ii" 1 telling |ha -lavour. quantity o( llbre. •se-i Altnuugh the% are .... %  an si tan fie 't froti Ifttt as By BOURJOIS i n Ki l Ml I li'-i ICK • TALI • i "1 "> REAM VANIiHINO t Kl AM • IIKH l IAN II-.I • HA1S0SBAS | that Ul ll>" cLAi'iiKTTf. coutrm tnry iiccurately. Therv S HUM. SIOIIIS Broad & Tudor Streets /,HTHE\ 4U L % /DESERT \ V %. ''. -OF DE SSERTS-X *W A % HONIG'S SWEETENED Vanilla. Almond. Eggnog. Cream. OMV IK PUDDINGS Raspberry. Lemon. Rum. Mocha. Beat todays High Cost of Living and ENJOY Doing it' ^EaTwiT^latBri your huiltlinffs'. J GALVAIVlZfiD IIOOIIXs. And 11(111 II' M Is Ai.iilahle I IH'f'F I Burlmdos Co-op Gollon Factory Ltd. rnUatlB R<^<1 t'Miks tell ynu tliey*re jmtt rifJat. Vou know, too, when you look at the gfice lag, that you cau't R't tiner value. lUu-init.il is a Tan Oxforil ggSM Tor llovgfld Votta*. Tied to every pair i^ the John \\ gitd Godlaat* tee Shield —thr -inii ulm Ii IIUMII %  ju -i rii'hl ''. Look fur it In leading rtMtl ui Ii.. %  %  %  made by JOHN WHITE means made just right (3<^l\eM& ion III It II JY V.\.\III.II:S I OOltS IO-IIAY SELECTING NEW ENGLISH JisdvinjodtDh HI: i IIH.I:HA I OIK i>eiun ru I %  : %  %  '>-...; gugrtMdd inn for tall boltIr* i both sides. YO€M #//:v/ Ill I ItlUl Ii \ TOR MY M-J.\SO.% I Itl.V OIFEH %  or ni|. MM mil mi >i\x\iu A t. LMU8 IIKPI*. or IMioMr I3M


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Pr

cl ail a tl oe na ll”




ESTABLISHED 1895

New Egyptian Cabinet



Meets To Form Policy

Premier Aly Maher
Cabme: meeis turmall

ably to pi

tions to setile the Anglo-kgyptian dispute.
numy,

Mohviie El Din Ff
Pasha’s Cabinei

Pasha’s

CAIRO, Feb. 2.
veek-old indeperdent

y .o-day ior tne ‘irst time, presum-
t an Egypt.ca policy in the expected negotia-

Secretary General in Maher

said thet the Premier was “prepared to

negotiate and accept any proposals which would satisfy

Egyptian national aspirations.”

Jeep of Egyptian
police
the already
circulating

which

patrols
cruised Cairo,
heavy police patrols}
in trucks around the
a week ago was the!



H.M.S. Devonshire
Expected Friday

The 10,000 ton cruiser H.MS.
Devonshire. now a familiar ship
to Barbados. and thé H.M.S
Enard Bay, a Bay Class Frigate,
are expected to pay a 7-day visit
here from next Friday

It will be the first visit to Bar-
bados for the Enard Bay while the



Devonshire will be making her
usual yearly spring cruise to
Barbades

The cadets under training on the
two ships are English, Australian,
Canadian, Chinese and Indian.
During their stay here, they will
be given plenty of time ashore for
games, dancing and parties.





THIS K.L.M. AIRCRAFT was delayed in Barbados

engine, nevessitating a complete

The new engine suspénded from a trestle is seen here being pushed into position

Communist

reinforcing !









‘i
|



ANTHONY EDEN

Schuman, ended two days of talks
on world problems with a 50-
minute meeting this morning

A communique issued at the
end of the session said the two
Ministers devoted particular at-
tention to means of allying Brit-
ain with a project for establish-
ing a European defense commu-
nity—a unified European army
‘composed of units from Germany,
France, Italy and Benelux.—vU.P.

ENGINE CHANGE



on Wednesday di
engine change.

Wage Scale |
Fixed By B.G.

Leg. Councii

Our Own Correspondent
tGETOWN, B.G.,, Feb. 2
Legislative Council ap

Bill making provisior
a fixed wage scale f

GEO
The
proved









.
Can Remain Open |
TEHERAN, Feb, 2. |

Premier Mohammed Mossadegh
denied that any instructions had
close down the
United States In-
formation Service in the Pro-
vinces, He said that the centres
could continue functioning with-
cut Government hindrance,

The mis-understanding which
led to the belief that some action
against the offices was underway
arose when copies of the Cabinet
decree of 1949 were distributed
to certain Consulates,

The U.S. Embassy also con-
firmed that no action eee
—UP.

béen given to
offices of the

US. was involved.

: Centres In Iran




made

| with

even

during

After
ing
that



|
|
}
|

1e to mechanical trouble in the port

It was brought over

by a relief plane Thursday morning. After a trial fight, the aircraft left for Curacao the same evening

| allied
| captives
to go
Libby who handles United



some

level”
each
the rank of its own members on

controversial

disagreed o
armistice

Truce Talks
Deadlocked

MUNSAN, Feb. 2

nm

Supervising a

Allied and Communist Colonels

progress on non-
matters connected
truce, but

how to police

troop rotation and who

the

over

the

four
teams
side

should control the five islands off
Korea’s west coast, They did not
touch

blocking item of

first!

hours

|the three talks— the Allied pro-
|posed restriction on building and
reconstructing airfields
ceasefire

in Korea

period,

“work-
y agreed

could determine

the military armistice commission.
Secondly they picked Panmunjom
headquarters after
truce signing, but gave the arm-

as

istice

armistice

commission

the

right

to

choose another spot later

Prisoner

been

want
R. E
Nations
tions



Knitting Co. Get New Premi:





over

to

war

three
demand for
choose
after.

j exchange d
| remained deadlocked as they had
weeks

the

Rear

prisoners’

to allow neutral teams
\view civilians behind
on which side they
live,

wished



iscussions

on

right

the
of

where they

Admiral
negotia-

said the Reds again refused

to inter-
the lines
lo

—U.P.

The Barbados Knitting and
Spinning Company have ust
eqguired the business pwerise:
formerly occupied by the Bis
uit Factory in Spr treet to
hoes their entire =!

f compan forrr erly occu-
iec different businesses
n Coleridge Street for the

K Mills and the other in
the of the Barbados Co-
Or Cott Factory Ltd
ifor the of their Spinning















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majority were in

Christ Chur
and St. George.

poke of his sterling qualities







: ind outstanding work as a Ves-
in Be Meet fore gecurred tryman. Two of his colleagues,
. . » five in Chri ce iree ,
Church, four in St, Philip, 1 ' +3 Re ee who Galt Vere a of
a —s = oe George, onc [many years’ standing spoke of his
. andrew, two in St. Lu vise counsel which was always
and three in St. Peter. Accordin: \ivailable throughout the half of
to Police records there wer: ois life he had served the parish
cane fires in St. Thoma ; Mr. Chandler's appointment to
Jomes or St. Joseph. e Executive Council as one of
In all, 693/8 acres and 5o4c}three unofficial members, _ the
holes of canes wert rpt. | other two being Sir Dudley Lea-
Twenty five acres and 144 ole ock and Sir John Saint, remover
were burnt in Ct Pb ass vhat has been a ground for criti-
768 holes in St. Mich against the composition of
acres and 471 holes in St. Philip the Executive. For some time
1674 holes in St. John, 5! “ there hea 8 no ac.ive planter
and 1724 holes in St. Geo he Commuttee
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scene of bloody riots and arson. | Pro y anda ers in restaurants, hotels, cook =. 2" | e comec ni ypened in the village
The Interior Ministry told a shops and parlours. The Bill also OFFICEES «”~ the Barbados Regi & shot for thé derd Basi) Blackwood Challenge Cup yesterday after e e 5 le. Police and Army
press conference yesterday that makes provision for a 20 per cent, noon. Major A. DV. Chass (insews was the winner. t Page In Nairobi officis ealed off the entire
police had seized large amounts HONG KONG, Feb. 2. [increase for cost of living since yi . . peninsula at the start of mopping
of hidden explosives in Alexan-| Communist loudspeakers and|the Committee appointed to in- » operations early this week.
dria. It said that the police also! Hang. Kong editorial writers un-| quire into the conditions turned in ’ NAIROBI, Kenya, Feb, 2. Meanwhile, in Tunis, Arab shops
seized eight truck-loads of| limbered in the newest series offa report, a maximum 56 hours ‘ lahn¢ er ame Princess Elizabeth and Prince] losed yesterday in a nationwide
materials looted during:the Jan-| propaganda moves and counter-| Working week, free uniforms oO Ge e~ e Philip were greeted by 12,000)strike to mark “Tunisian Day of
uary 26 riots in Cairo, moves, touched off by the colony’s| Where required and weekly half- chileren sereaming weleome in ndependence” and opened brietly
The newspaper Alahram re-} deportation of Communist leaders} holidays. The Bill applies to e e babel of languages and’ dialects|early this morning, but then pat
ported the Cairo-Suez road was | here, three weeks ago. Georgetown, New Amsterdam and + ® » »ye yn Soturday the couple toured}up shutters again as a_ protest
expected to be opened on Satur- The Communists set up loud- Bartica The Legislative Coun- xecu lV e ounci em er the cits against the report of the Cape
day or Syndey. for a eee speakers across the border from] il also auproved a Bill granting The Princess visibly moved by|Bon incident
without examination by British) owu in Hong Kong’s new ter-| two weeks’ holiday with pay for i ata SDATATMUTE NIT 4 iil ° Swreeis. | the e‘ing. drove in a ceremo A Police Headquarters com-
troops. Alahram said the police are | vitories and began playing pro-|4ll workers in the colony. In the THE APPOTT [MENT oO me mber hip of the Execu ite ‘cession as thousands of|munique said that 85 Army rifles,
holding 88 suspects for last} ;aganda records attacking the] case of restaurants, cook shops anc ‘ P tive Council of Hon. J. D. Chandler is not only a tribute} ven jammed the streets 23 sporting guns, 13 carbines, two
Saturday’s riots as they continue’ fiong Kong Government for| hotels, workers must be provided OW rogress to the public service he has rendered but carries to the] Elisabeth also visited the Prin-}machine guns, 81 millimetre
to sparen houses for looted | illeg~lly” deporting more than 15 a8 solid —e tg oe — - onsidevsticn t | y making body the wide experi- s E beth Hospital for wo-]Montre 20 Anti-tank mines, sev~-
material. | eskers, union leaders. an dpoours treak for mat mea) anc , nce 1 balanced nent of one who has been in public} en while the Duke of Edinburgh jeral pistols, and a large amount
Listed among the 3 seized | ; effects were pistols, rifles. =e At the same time Nouble-bar- other meal. a I . He Mr. Chandler who is! “' Hospital for Asian men the Cape Bon round-up. Two
gers and large quantities Of} led ex itorials in the South China ° ~_ ! 1 it of the Lexislatiea C The Streets wus decorated ,}hundred known agitators were
cloth, ar ete and peel e Merning Post and the evening T re ISTUPDS.LU.S. | be si « ; aes with “haa oun 1:wers for the counle’s drive t [arrested,
was sac nat some —susvec!sS China Mail (both papers have the U Cc W I W ll - CC 1 — oe os = S : Cathedral of 1 Shops S Stetina F * iin ti
dais ale : aces : apers hi Ikins 9 e distinctio av- athedral of Highlands § Strike In Capital
gees a names of places same publicher) commended u e e eRe i PARIS, Feb. 2. } anda ian \ n istinetion of hav Andrews. Church of Scotland and Pais morning, “ny cea ie
> : | Hong Kong’ Government for its Ti The United States ioid ine to the new Stanley Hot» here|strike in the capital also as a
Bridge Guarded - ine a SCOR: 7 Get Full ime United Nations it is “disturbe Banker hey were the guests of the Mayor|mark of protest against the trial
Official id ral eee ! or. ne ae is by the slow @ourse” of the Kaigign | it sore : f Sx women agitators arrested
cial, sources said: “sever over v é pver > | armistice negOltiations. They kc Fi d De enya is the fist stop on the,:or throwing stones through a
more” people were rounded up) ;aitisan and pre-Kuemintang Chap ain states delegate Ernest A 08 oun 2QLC toyal Couple’s five month tour of {shop window during last week’s
during the last 24 ihours, sus-) egitaters would be dealt with as aid that it was precisely ba ; the British Commonwealth of Na- [riots
ona ae I ae gy np opr, opener GEORGETOWN, B.G., Feb. 2 he West is most anxious to ayola Herbert H. Davis, a Cynadia | ae i phan a anna â„¢, s Five of the women were sen-
4 Soldiers stmee with rifles! “Hong Kong is acutely sconscious Back from Nassau, the/further snarling” of the already|WhO was holidaying in tin | fay to apariA . few days in Nye! ee eae vgs = igi and
d machine guns guarded! cf dangers of a ready made situa- Bahamas, where he presided over|complicated problem” facing Pan-|éSiand, was found dead in his| Royal Lodge in the Sgana Valley ned 6,000 francs by the Correc-
= roaches to the Kasr Bl Nilj tion” “which affords. intergal\a meeting of a synod of bishops}munjom negotiators that. it has}Foom at the Marine Hotel at near. the snow capped mountains oa es Beetasshe. Sap
Brid e and nearby sentries at| troublemakers an opportunity "to! of the Anglican Province of the] proposed barring any politiew! de- about 6.30 p.m. on Friday I The Lodge was ive the solhoan acquitted, The French Resi-
eee. lat onder 7 a 1 West Indies His Grace the Arch-] pate on Korea for now body was removed to e Lodge was given them «asident General, Comte Fean De
a hotel were under orders to intervene bish ‘net inet they ‘Alan . onbeat Tt 4 . wedding gift by the Colony but] Hauteclocque ’ still had received
shoot to kill if there were any It said the agitators who were] ¥ISROP, © : ek hat ; : ee UDO ariour post they never have se@n it © reply to the French note that
outbreaks deported were deported not “as | John Knight, D.D., stated that} Gross made known the inereas-}mortem = examinatio was pt uP reply ‘Oo ihe srench note we
Dr. Abdel Wahab Azzam Bey.! simple propagandists, but because |tWo | decisions — of particular ing anxiety of the West over mua-|ormed yesterday by Ur. A. 5 ruts. Weanad handed to the- Bay “waree
Egypt’s envoy to Saudi Arabia,{ of dangerous activities’. The|™portance were reached during! dung progress at Panmunjom{Cato. Death was atiributec de days ago, Tunisian leaders are
neyp* sient ont the knlak oto an wn kealeer rin dla plitvan] me deliberations, _ aiter the Political Committee nau patural causes. reportedly disappointed with the
the ‘Royal Cabinet Hafez Afiti, tion shall be-created here.” Both| First it was decided to aries beat down the Soviet motion de~f Mr, Davis a retired Lanker, | SWANS FOR A PRINCESS ned ,which they said offered
Pasha on Saturday to submit his papers’ editorials said that ment pa ee veres 1 aS ee claring the debate illegal, Sovie,§w4s approximately six feet three | P : ‘i nothing new”. —U!?
report on King Ibn Saudi’s “security” is the main object of eee aren’ sus Reiss ae ere delegate Jacob. A. Malik hagfiiches and weighing about 200 | bis peewee Feb, 2
yptle s . sa = ina ommunists viet one is ar | ticipate a ne “illegal” debate [e se V' 8. | eo ot ge , 7 - 7 a
” rovisions this year for | » ree! , . R W t
Abdel Wahab seegene, here ae “ ae railog form to the laws of the colony if] Angican Chaplain to the Uni-ywhen his motion was defeateajanother Canadian, who is also} eeth-.xiieheais tbeth and th Duke of Edinburgh T nN
he spent 12 days co-ope’ they wish to remain here. versity College of the West]forty to five (the Soviet bloc) [ites iding at the Marine Hotel,/ims served in both branches of With the s e Nout W. r k d
with the Arabian monarch in an | —U.P. with 12 abstentions told the Advocate that he had ‘He Legislature.and on the Exe-| With the swans @ native to North a 0 En
effort to hammer out a formula Te Seaeding the former, His Bey H ktiown Mr. Davis for Hout M30 cutive Couneil while holding| America will be sent to the royal
; : s wi ‘ ¥ . a é to : Ya : : é i » ; .
* we the Cairo-London Ss : Grape explained that the present] The West's proposal to the com=}to 40. years. r ra one Chamber, me oo Se % eet PARIS, Feb. 2.
7 08 ‘Minister Naguib Elrawi U.K. Will Join In regulations which were framed]bined Political, Economic He ‘said that Mr. Davis had ,. “hen Mr. Chandler returned mi OB, os Russia, demanding immeriiate
is re Continuinw - his cts | many years ago, were considered |Social Committee would ban ‘\igworked in Montreal and ‘hen 42m) Rolening ue pavcstign ze Sen United Nations intervention to
ye ais » \to be..unworkable and an amend-|scale Korean debate at. ithe eh. 2 Ottawh for’a number of vears. Cee oe found his father, the end the Korean war) charged on
BY Agen Calzo, and. in Eur ‘opean Ar FRY |ent was therefore. put forward)eant assembly Waplyscan’ t6y "gMe Jos, track. of Mr. Davin uu lies Sit William Chandlery occu. . Suturday that Amoefican. airmen
Nuri El Said to mediate . the PARIS, Feb. 2. | Which in cv vane oe sub-/special session “as soon as gh}met bim again when they Were Precclent of ‘he’ Absintant Court On Other Pages yy rig coe ae he, Ewe
; - 4° Imitted to the various Diocesan}armistice is reached or if the 3 Pa ae " ’ , delegate Jackob tk” made the
same problem. B P< Foreign Secretary Anthony Synods for approval, 1 this Coed orien’ Poke Viaiien on the C.N.S, Lady Rodney,'of Appeal and President of the/} p 2. Carib Calli T charge after the United States
ae | eomea praeioed Meat niet that | os mendment finds favour, two] nati ‘ a wt bound ‘for Barbados on holiday.| Legislative Council, a position he an me mee ee eee id it was disturbed by the slow
| hoe — link — to oe soa representatives of the clergy and Sea etatoeateat measures agiins! baer Mewes their friendship!now fills, It was inevitable that | 3 Bian course of the Korean artistic
eens . ropean rmy. en and the two ‘of the laity from each Seen a and decided to stay at the same|he should take’to public life and wom a negotiations,’
A : t | French Foreign Minister, Robert} i, .ecse will be summoned to a ores expreasion Of _concei hotel. “We were close friend in 1917 he.was elected to the Housel » 4 Sport Features; While this exchange was heing
Protest gains | provincial synod to form a Reh ae progress of the armistice he said, of Assembly as Member for St. ‘s Bookie, 0.8.C, made in the United Nations' Com
9 Vhouse of deputies. \ 1 5 i ere, with the news Dr. Jack said; “We were Peter. His colleague was the then! 7 Sport Reports, 4 | tee the United Nations Gen-
Newsman Ss Arrest | The House of Bishops will % official speculation in Washing | arbados eseaping fr m «| Attorney General; Mr. (after Sir) | _ Yachting, Swimming [Jorn Assembly adjourned in con-
' jeontinue to meet as before and ; ‘0? thas. Russia’s interest a ;Canadian winter.” The bo« C. P. Clarke. | » @ Women jfusion when \rchists" shower
PARIS, Feb. 2, | the House of Deputies will meet [armistice may have goled ‘of. be embalmed and sent to Can A Vestryman * an ae jed delegates with raw eggs toma
Russia assailed the United States | either separately OF with 7 Gross told the Committee that] @d@a. Beside membership in the » Lea a OrED- toes and orn ae ye
mnt ax otesting the! bishops, as the President ef the he “Unite . . staked House Mr, Chandler served on spondenc {do not want to die either fo
on Saturday for pr t the United States is disturbec - 9. Street Entertaine @ 4 :
a 7 e 3 s > ine ne sin he estry’ of § John and re-| % . vat *
irrest by Czechoslovakia of th Synod shall from time to time De thetklow ¢chisee Jot. eraiadice the Vest f St. John and wee = RNeereReors Malin or for fruman, bs ha
; aati 7 Willi Oatis | decide. ‘py : ; ae iened at the end of 1951 because! in London | Malik demanded that the Uni
American newsman lam joe ide ave negotiations at Panmunjom. Wé« } 4 inns arvene to € the
“many” in the United States | | It was decided to have a ; “e of his additional ‘duties as a » 10. Scout Broadcast ec Nations intervene to end
when. “many” in the United » . further meeting of the House of|Share with all other peace lov 25 Cane Ik wes Member of the Executive Coun-| » Ik Art and Artists Korean war quickly. Malik said
are being tried for their Nacsa 1 |Bishops in 1955 in Barbados,|ing nations a profound sense o 4 DS fait "12. Children five people were seriously wound
Soviet delegate W. P. Pavlov Then if new provision is made,|dis-appointment that a satisfac-| e At the 1952 Vestry hustings las » 13. Comic Strips i in the alleged attack on
tid the aN, Sadish Sowa there will be a full meeting of|tory end to hostilities has not yet) his Year month tribute was paid to his 3 » 16. Local News Olmin when American planes
the anti-Red campaign in the Provincial Synod with bishops,|been reached despite the sincere | - vets’ “unbroken service in the |bembed this peaceful town with
United States “frightened - eet clerical and lay representatives|and patient efforts of the United] Teletiiaied . ; Vestry during which time he toxic bullets,--U.P.
ea oS ante ae held in Trinidad in 1956.—(CP) Nations side.”—U.P, already ye Al ures Fan sved.on the subsidiary Boards
that the Americans : Ss your. ihe well, Vestrymen and ratépa
of their own constitution —U.P. | ; :

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M* PETER POTTER whe i
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his parents. Mr. amd Mys, Fred-

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by their daughter Martha are
due to leave Seawell this morn-
ing for Puerto Rico by B.W.LA.
won the first leg of their journey
to Canada en route to their home
in British Columbia. They
rived here in late November and

during their holiday they were
staying at “Strathallan,” Rock-
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of Baltimore are spending
three weeks in Barbados. They
are guests of Mr. and Mrs. P. A,
Clarke at Worthing, Christ Church,

Dr. Alleyne is a Barbadian, This
is his first visit to the island in
many years,

Mrs, Alleyne is a social worker
n Baltimore. A great honour was
conferred on her when she was
lected the first lady to sit on a
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Short Visit

R. DICK LEACOCK, one of

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light from British Guiana on
Chursday evening. He had been
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while the mannequin show will
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Keith Campbell and his Society
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bumpers and radiators.



Leaving Today

TYvE to return to Antigua this

morning by B.W.I.A. is Mr.
Charlie Warren, son of Mr. and
and Mrs. C. S. Warren of “Wyn-
dal,” Hastings. Mr. Warren who
has been on annual leave is
Manager of Messrs. Bennett
Bryson’s Bottling Works in St.
John’s. He has been holidaying
here since January 12.

Three Weeks

ISS VERDUN SENHOUSE

of Dominica returned home
yesterday afternoon by the M.V.
Moneka after three weeks’ holi-
day. She was the guest of Mrs.
Robert Yearwood of My Lord’s
Hill during her holiday in Bar-
bados.

From Oftawa

ISS NORMA WOOD and her
friend, Miss Sandy Fraser,
arrived on Friagay morning by
T.C.A. on a holiday visit to her
father, Mr. Percy Wood, who is
staying with his brother and sis-
ter-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Frank
Wood of Culloden House, Cullo~
den Road.

Mr. Percy Wood, who is a re-
tired executive of the Canadian
Bay Note Co., Ottawa, arrived
here early in January. He was in
Barbados last year around this
time on a similar visit.

Back To Trinidad
R,. CUTHBERT MARSHALL,
Max Factor’s representative
in this area who was in Barbados
on a short visit returned to Trini-
dad on Thursday by B.W.IA.



‘B.O.AC. Supplies Tourist Planes

utes. Equally the first six rows
of seats can be folded against the
sides of the fuselage to permit the
carriage of cargo.

A full and complete galley has
been provided for use when the
aireraft are not employed in carry-
ing tourist traffic and, with the re-
moval of the two rear seats, a bar
can be installed. On tourist ser-
vices, most of the catering will be
done at ground stops. One of the
most important features incorpor-

ated in the modification of the air-
craft is the installation of a com-
pletely new air conditioning and



pressurization system, an import-
ant feature of high regularity of
operation ut any altitude with
maximum passenger comfort.

Although the number of passen-
gers that it will be ible to
c in the B.O.A.C. Constellation
has Sargoeen, by nearly fifty
per cent., while r full leg
room for passenger ‘ort, there
will be no reduction in crew quar-
ters.

The complete rejuvenation of
the aircraft will be done on a pro-.





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25,000-Mile W.I. Tour

R. ELLIS A. WILLIAMS,
Caribbean Representative of
the A. J. Farrell Bureau of Brook-
lyn New York and Director of the
Caribbean News Agency which
supplies the American Press with
W. I. mews arrived at Seawell
yesterday evening by B.W.I1.A.
from Grenada. He is on a W.I.
tour collecting factual informa-
tion for American periodicals.

Mr. Williams is known in the
West Indies for his work with
the U.S. Office of War Informa-
tion as head of the Caribbean
Division who directed a radio
programme to the W.I, during the
last war, over Stations WRUL
and WRUW—known as the West
Indian Radio Newspaper.

He is on a 25,000 mile tour of
the British, French and Dutch
West Indies,

Mr. Williams will leave here on
Tuesday for the Northern Islands.
He is a cousin of Mr. W. W.
Merritt, Chief Sanitary Inspector,
Bridgetown. He is staying with
the Talmas at “Viamede”, Rock-
ley.

After 27 Years

FTER three months’
in Barbados, Mrs, Ethel
Mullin; a Barbadian who has
been living in the U.S. for the
past 27 years is due to return to
New York City this morning via
Puerto Rico by B.W.1A.
During her holiday she was
staying at one of the beach houses
at Silver Sands, A farewell party
in her honour was given there
last night by Mr. and Mrs
George Rogers. This has been her
first visit home since she left 27
years ago for the U.S.

holiday

Acting
R. FRANKIE MANNING,
Barbados Seholar for 1951 in
Science, is at present acting on
the staff of the School. He
has taken the place of Mr, John
Humfrey, who has since been
appointed to act as A.D.C, to the

Governor of the Windward
Islands, John hopes to enter
Cambridge later this year to

read for a degree in Science,
Frankie's twin brother Billy
is acting as an assistant science
master at Harrisem College.
Liaison Commissioner
QUADRON Leader “Bill” Ram-
say of T.C.A. who has
recently beén appointed Liaison
Commissioner for Scouting in the
W.I, is at present in Barbados
and is a guest at the Hastings
Hotel. He leaves here by T.C.A.

on Wednesday for England via
Canada.

Talking Point

Diogenes struck the
when the son swore.

father
Burton.

gressive basis, with the work

starting on the first plane already

in progress.
As a result of the reduced fare,

a substantial increase of tourist
traffic is expected, thus increasing
B.O.A.C’s dollar earning capacity.
The airline has shown a gross pro-
fit of nearly U.S. $3,000,000 so far
this year. The fication of
these aircraft will permit B.O.A.C.
to offer some four hundred tour-
ist seats across the Atlantic week-
ly, in addition to its regular first-
class services,

Commenting on the tourist fares
agreement at Nice, Sir Miles
Thomas, Chairman of B.O.A.C.
in his capacity as presi-
dent of the International Air
Transport Association said,
“The One Way Tourist Fare
is U.S. $270 which as fore-
cast some weeks ago, is under

the $280 mark. Eleven airlines in-

cluding the largest American com-
panies have come to unanimous
agreement on several important
points. The Conference was char-
acterised by mugh goodwill and
accommodation, starting with
widely divergent views but ultim-
ately hammering out a mutually
agreeable compromise. It was

good example of international dis-
cussion,” a |





















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At The Chasis : 6

«THE R

ACKET”

Hy G.

MELODRAMA AND COMEDY are the bill of fare
this week-end, headed by THE RACKET playing at the
Plaza. Starring Robert Mitchum, Robert Ryan and Liza-

beth Seott, it is fast-paced,

well directed and well acted

presents a picture of municipal corruption that is appall-

ingly realistic.

It is produced along the lines of the old

slogan “Crime Doésn’t Pay”, but there is a pessimistic

final note when, though most of the racketeers are brought

to book — the Big Boss is never caught.

Shady politicians, crooked in-
vestigators and rigged
are all shown up glaringly
the municipal
full credit for their efforts in
trying to rid large communities
of the evils of racketeering which
have grown up largely because
of an apathetic public, Accord-
ing to this film, the brutal meth-
ods of the old gangster killer
have gone out of fashion, and
the coldly business-like
tions of the new crime super-
syndicate are in their place. An
ominous thought, but I can't
say I noticed any change.

The story is straightforward
and coneerns a lone police cap-
tain and one of his officers who
determinéd to break up a crime

elections
and

syndicate that is operating in
their city and concentrating
particularly on their precinct,

No guarter is given and it is a
fight to the finish with losses on
both sides,

Robert Mitchum gives the best
performance I have seen him
give. AS the police Captain,
who is honest, featléss and de-
terminéd at any cost to rid the
community of organised graft
find cogruption by playing off
one faction against another, he

is forceful and convincing. Robert
Ryan is the chief racketeer and
he seemed to me so ruthless and
brutal as to border on the psy-
chopathic.

Lizabeth Scott is a



ROBERT MITCHUM

night-club singer who is mixed
up With crooks and Robert Tal-
man plays a patrolman. Both
give sound performances as do
the rest of the members of a
large cast.

The Plaza Theatre is. to. be
commended for showing a short
which should be of interest to
Barbadiatis. It is, I believe I am
right in saying, the first film
made by the Barbados Film Unit
under the aegis of the Depart-
ment of education, in collabora-
tion with the Department of
Medical Services. It is entitled
GIVE YOUR CHILD A CHANCE
and is a timely and interesting
documentary on the care of ex-
pectant mothers and the “facili-

ties and advantages offered to
them by the Barbados Maternity
Hospital. Of only twenty min-
utes duration, it covers in de-
tail important ante and post
natal Gare which is so often
overlooked by mothers, with

tragic results for the child. The
story is acted entirely by local
people, assisted by the medical
staff of the Maternity Hospital,

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with gratifying results. My con-
gratulations to the Film Unit,
which I knoW has many mote
topics of local interest to bring
before the public, and we ean
therefore Iook forWard with an-
ticipation to their future efforts.
LET’S MAKE IT LEGAL
Showing at the Globe, LET’S
MAKE IT LEGAL brings us
Claudette Colbert, MacDonald
Carey and Zachary Scott along
with Barbara Bates and Robert
Wagner in a slick domestic com-

edy that pokes fun at divorce.
However, eveg though it is
amusing in spots, with bright

and brittle dialogue and a_ good
cast, it still remains a mediocre
film. This is due te the weak-
nesses in the plot which, even
within the limitations of farce,
would tax the credibility of any-
one.

After twenty years of mar-
riage, a gay young grandmother,
played by Claudette Celbert, is
on the eve of getting a divorce
from her husband, whose only
fault seems to. have been an
ovell4weaning weakness to bet
on anything at the drop of a
hat. Not even divorce proceed-
ings can stop him from hanging

; around his home where he os-
tensibly is tending his prize
roses. Into this ridiculous situa-
tion comes an old flame of his
wife, who puts the husband in
one hel of a tizzy and the two
of them promptly start to act

like two high-school adolescents



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B.B.C. Radio
Programmes

SUNDAY, FEBRUARY 8%, 1982
11.15 a.m. The Small Geography of a
Youngish Writer, 11.30 am. Ray's a
Laugh, 12 (noon) The News.
4.0—7.15 p.m. ..-. S.S3M 34.02M

4 pm. The News, 420 p.m. Interlude,
4.15 p.th. United Nations Report, 4.30 p.m
Sunday Malf Hour, 5 p.m. Variéty Band
Box, 6 p.m. BBC Northern Orchéstra,
645 p.m, What's Cooking, 6.55 p.m. Pro-
gramme Parade and Intertide, 7 p.m.
The News, 7,10 p.m. News Analysis, 7.15
p.m. Caribbean Voices, 730 p.m. Piano
Playtime.
7.45—10.45 p.m. ..........

7.45 pan. The Cotton Band Show,
8.15 p.m. Radio lew: 1, 8.30 pan,
Religious Sérvice, 9 p.m. Symphony
Orchestra, 10 p.m. The News, 10.10 p.m
From the Bditorials, 10.15 p.m. European
or Atiantic Union, 1045 pm. Singing is
so good a Thing.

BOSTON ‘

WRUL 11.29Mc, WRUW 11.75Mc, WRUX
11.75Me.

MONDAY, FEBRUARY 4, t9s¢
11.15 a.m. Persbnal Portrait, 11.30 a.
Variety Ahoy, 12 (noon) The News, 12.10
p.m. News Analysis,
4.00—7.15 p.m.





3.32M 48.49M



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4 pm, The News #16 p.m. The Daily
Service, 4.15 pm. Cafe Colette, 5 p.m.
Composer of the Week, 6.15 p.m. Nights
at the Opera, 6 p.m. This Ceylon, 6.30
Pm Military Band Music, 645 p.m
Sports Round Up and Progtamime Parade,
7 pm. The News, 7.10 p.m. News
Analysis

745—-10,.90 pom .. + SL22M 48.49M

745 p.m. Mark afd bis Heir, 8 p.m
Think on these Things, 8.15 p.m, Radio
Newsreel, 8.30 p.m. African Survey, 8.45
p.m, Composer of the Week, 9 p.m. From
the Third Programme, 10 p.m. The News,
10.10 p.m. From the Editorials, 10.15 p.m.
nae Review, 1036 p.m. Tip Top

UNnes.

NEW BBC, WAVELENGTH
BBC. starts New Wavelength to-day
between the hours of 7.00 and 11.00 p.m.
Barbados time.

New BBC Beam
To This Area

In view of the prevailing poor
reception from Londen the BBC
i8 putting on a new transmission
to this area on 7.26 megacycles,
41.32 metres. This beam will come
On the air at 23.00 GMT (7.00 p.m.
local time) starting from today and
should proVide a cleat signal from
London, Reports of reception on
this new frequency which is being
tried as an exp@riment will be wel-
comed by The BBC, Box 408, King-
ston, Jamaica, B.W.1.





in their attempts to woo the lady
all over all over again, These
doings sré dided and abetted by
a yoling mafried daughter who
needs @ sound spanking most of
the time, and her husband.

It is not difficult, with things
us they aré howadays, to accept
Miss Colbert as a gay young
grandmother, and it ig her in-
imitable flaiy for comedy together
with the efforts of Mr, Carey that
save the film from bogging down
completely, Barbara Bates and
Robert Wagner are adequate and
Zachary Scott fills the bill as the
smooth, shiny boy-friend. A
laboured and unconvineing com-
edy with a cast deserving of
something better.

PEKING EXPRESS

In PEKING EXPRESS at the
Empire, Joseph Cotten is as busy
as a bird-dog as he Manages to
embroil himself with Chinése
Nationalists, Communists, gueril-
las and bandits, blackmarketeers,
a beautiful French spy and a
Catholic priest in what turns out
to be sinister intrigue, brutally
enacted.

Starting as q sli¢k train mys-
tery, it becomes so garbled in its
swift, violent pace and picks up
80 many plots with fancy ideolog-
ical trimmings that confusion
reigns and I for one, found it
almost inmfpossible to follow the
story accurately. There is a
sound ide# behind the film
namely that al] nations and peo-
ple need to work together, but it
ig presented so Obviously as to
become trite. Photography is
good, on the whole and_ the
crowded background of a Chinese
city deserves a special mention.
More I cannot say.





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FARM AND. GARDEN %x |

By A

INDIA and Ceylon claim¥he @ncesirals
mango, but it has now becorte naturalized

the tropics. It is thought

in India for 4,000 years and

Hindu mythology and folk

ing to the mango family*are. the golden apple, hog-plum,
Jamaica plum, chili plum and eashew:

GARDENING HINTS
FOR AMATEURS

In laying out the new garden,
taken
of the natural lie of the land, For

full advantage should be

instance a rise in one part of the @Utority er ae mange ie te! tell us how Kraschen brought
ground could be emphasized and Mie SpRere. IW - e app ide about a “complete transforma-
made into an attractive rock gar- ‘"¢ temperate zone and considers tion” and quickiy gave him back
den, the former more valuable because the joy of livin '
Any natural hollow could be °f #8.large sugar content. The “Up to a nee
excavated more and turned into {ult has many uses, hete art mofterea.gor 4 1 kitiney
a very charming sunken garden, °° when ripe, apart from nor- ona |} om ~
The earth taken trom makilig wie mal consumption in the fresh | was red. I tried
sunken garden can be used in State, it may algo find a place in’ manyr without effect
building a rock-garden, of kept 2 Salad; turning but not ripe aan - chen Salts a
in reserve for filling pots, the main ingredient in chut has ey t
Sometimes ready grown ‘trees ney: when ,gveen, may be pul toansforma ;
are found on the land. If these into curries or made into pickle | it is a to be aliv
are to Be left, they will add ( preserves, jellies amd sauces. 1 The k
the appearance of the garden if India, the seeds are reported the hur
beds are built around them: Use metimes boiled and eaten a ping i! re
large stones as the border, afi greens, while the bark contain® |) pf a-dozen
fill in the Space between th) fh fair percentage of tannin anc gown

stones and the tree with
to a good depth. Plant such thin

as Anthuriums, Balsams, Coleous,
coarse fern, Eucharist Lilies and

Begonias, All these plants

they will get under a tree.

effett cah be made, Short fights Pamee of soils. provided there. Is

of Steps should lead from or
level to anothér, and when stot

pots of geratiums or other plants preferred,

are plated On either side of th

steps, the result is very safisfac
tory,
But when the ground is per

fectly flat

attractive.

A flat expanse however can bt at high elevations is liable to en-
broken up in a number of ways,

A Rock-garden can be
even when the ground js per
fectly flat. It only

used.

Perolas and Archeo break a flat pay, for example, seems to flour-
isurface, and when they are used

ish on the q@rier, limestone’ hitis
- — they add to the of that island, even facia any
eA path leading to a Bird-bath &xPor market in thé Whited
or a Sundial also help. A circular Kingdom; while the. Julig-so
garden bed, and some p ving well known and appreciated _in
squares arranged artund the these parts for its all round high
Bird-beth will make a pleasing quality fruit with ability to stand

oasis in an expanse of lawn.
In these and other ways
ingénuity of the owner can

used to raise the garden from the

ordinary.
One of the

moul@ js

will addition to its
do well in the dappled sumshine mm Oar gr

and treeléss it is more portion of set fruit to flowers ever
difficult to make the g¢ a r ad e n under norma‘ cenditiéns.“Burther,

made tive to the flowers; Leeal climatic

means that juence over a variety and choice
more and larger stones must be of a suitable one is often of some

the
be for

most charming of tion,

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GRICOLA

ne of the}
alk parts ol}
ler Gultivation
to. a lafge extent in
lore. Amdng the ts belong- |

to been

The mango is” an important}
food fruit “in tropical countrie:}
and the West Indies are no ex- |
ception, ial as _séedling
trees have established themselves
almost everywhere, In. season, ii |
is. quite a common sight to set
cart loads from village areas on}
their way to city markets. One




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used with the leuves) in. the
manufacture of dyes. The wood i
airly durable, and is yseful ir 4

ys, inc ng furhiture | organs Also are stimulat
many “ways, includi PR agi rena aie gettege wane
value as aM) and pilectively, All i
the tree is "| olsctious waste are

Tho
Mineral &

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economic plant,

iife
tractive as an

ornamental in expelled. 'T siiments vanish




By BOURJOIS

When the house stands on Opgorn eS & 2
: ‘* suitable setting. Give Ki 2
Sprouting South, “. ees an The mango thrives on a wide} ean gee ‘t from all Chemists ROUGE e PERFUME ¢ LIPSTICK ¢ TALG « COLD CREAM

Stores @

BRILLIANTINE e¢ HAIR CRBAM

VANISHING CREAM ¢

e good depth and drainage While ¢
e climate of fairly high rainfall is
where this is excessive
e fruit production may suffer due to
. the washing away of the pollen

which, at best, is never abundant
- This may be judged from thé pro-
































damp, foggy weather, especially

courage fungus growth destruc-

and soil conditions exert an in-

importance. The Jamaica Bom-

up well to handling and transport
requires more moist conditions
t develdpment, oyelhaing

fruit favour aha greater freedom
from stringiness, In this connec-
the Trinidad and Dominica

gardén otnaments that~can be Julies have earned a high reputa-
used to help overcome too great tion, There is, of -course,, a uma-
a flatness is a Sun-dial. ber ,of @hbite’ * ‘varietieés—sorhe

Sundials as garden ornaments «weet, others sub-acid, but all
have been used since the six- vory delectable, depending on the

teenth centuary, the oldest sun- \,;eference of the individual: — fh
dial in England dating from a8 ,oneral, however, it can be said
far back ag A.D. 670, They were ,; ;

Guine ee aie only means of and very much in shape, _ size,
enn e e. . favour, quantity of fibre, seed 4
Ne Se are | i eee ywnd flesh, Whilé-some are regard- HEIR i look W iiss ‘oh
we a ad aoe te eS fou # ed a8 the most deligioys of tabl T STR good looks tell you they’re just right.
5 » see » Often Sw 4 ‘, y Waal ye
Gardens and. ca ive an oe ere? MO an ate You know, too, when you look at the price
i 4 aie A wre an urpentineé favour, ar
are oof tained Sent a? practically ‘Vallieléss for that tag, that you can’t get finer value, Illustrated
at is not obtz »d otherwise. : : : ;
Some of the mottoes and in- thae i nd doubt, “Met the is a Tan Oxford shoe for Boys and Youths,
scriptions that afe found on sul a. eee mad ge ae ais se Rea aul ‘
dials are both quaint and amusing. Be m Ait io rant me rs eis Tied to every pair is the John White Guaran
yf conditions — vith

Here are a few of them.
“I count time, dost thou?”

Another one is

“Let others tell of storms an@
showers

T'll only count your sunny
hours.”

And an amusing one

Serene he stand
flowers,

And only marks life’
hours,

To him dark days do not exi
the brazen faced old optim)st
Sundial pedalsteads
home made.

cement in a mould.





2 $2 —“ware

5 6 ae

Are you re-rooting
your buildings?
GALVANIZED

ROOFING
And

ROLL ROOFING

is

Bar



seedling trees more so than graft a
va ed varieties-swhieh tend to keep
amid. OH to more mAnageable propertion
. In India, a tree measi ring seve!
» BUDMY teen feet in circumference fou'
viet feet from the around ft. on recora .

can be
They can be built that i i
of brick loeal stone, or cast of thought of importing the dial part
Only the dial for gardens in this island, «

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it the varieties ate numerouvs

, tee Shield—the sign which means ‘ just right *!
Look for it in leading stores in Barbados,

rome success even in sub-tropi-
cal countries, of which Florida J:

ood example. In rich soils, th
tree may reach a very large size
making vegetative growth at the
expense of fruit « productionr~



must be imported. It is strange
no enterprising firfi Has

means made just right



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SUNDAY ADVOCATE

Barbados Had Better Team

In Tests vs Jamaica

Football Season Starts Mid-February
By O. 8. COPPIN

The Barbados Jamaica tournament has been concluded and it
has resulted in a clear win by the margin of two tests
of Barbados.

One must at once give the palm to Barbados on a well deserved
win because I think that apart from the overwhelming luck in the
series that they fielded the better ali round team.

Anyone who has tried to analyse the play in the series will at
once realise that Barbados: with experienced players fn the persons
of Farmer the captain himself, Proverbs, who made his debut into
senior cricket against the M.C.C. in 1948, Norman Marshall, Charlie
Taylor, Frank King, “Boogles” Williams, other “old stagers”, Horace
King, Cammie Smith and Conrad Hunte in admittedly lesser degree

to nil in favour



have all experienced their baptism the exacting atmosphere of
Intercolonial Cricket.
ADVANTAGE

such Barbado
the

_— with the indisputable advantage of having won

toss Kensington wicket, did few
things wrong

This could not be said for people like Horace Tulloch, not yet 21,
Reg. Scarlett 18, Teddy Saunders 19 and a few others with negligible
experience in the realm of serious cricket. Comforting however is
the realisation that it did, point to the fact that Jamaica’s obvious
experiment with young players is in the nature of investment
that might well pay dividends in the future.

KING’S TOURNAMENT

However |] think that the tournament provid-
ed the scope for Frank King to establish beyond
doubt that he is the best pace bowler in the West
Indies today, for Farmer to stake a claim as being
among the first flights of local batsmen—fieldsmen,
Boogles Williams as a most promising batsman and
a resourceful bowler, Smith as a potential West
Indian opening batsman and Hunte a legitimate
candidate for such honours as well, Norman Mar-
shall as we have known him foy the past four years
as a medium paced bowler in a class by himself in
West Indian cricket circles and Barker as a pace
bowler of promise.

The left handers Horace King and Adzil
Holder were quite promising and I am sure that
on a wicket that gave them more help than the
rr Kensington’s batsman paradise,
joy a greater measure of success.

Of the Jamaicans, pace bowler
not reproduce the form which I saw him pro-
duce against B.G. in Jamaica a year ago but in
the Second Test I think mest unbiassed people will
agree with me that he has promise,

Miller’s fast medium bowling isa distinct type
and if he can improve on a very good batting and
fielding foundation he has a good future ahead of
him as a useful all rounder,

Tulloch got the most spin of all bowlers at Ken-
ngton and with his good trajectory and com-
1 of length he too should qualify for senior
West Indies honours.

George Mudie, a veteran now but a careful In-

in each Test on a perfect

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Roy Miller tercolonial man has had his day and must be left
out of any future West Indies cricket planning
but his was a.satisfactory performance and cer-

tainly of great value to the Jamaican team,

Alfie Binns will most probably gain his West
Indies cap against the Indians late this year, He is
as good a wicketkeeper as Guillen, his only real
rival for deputy wicketkeeper on the West Indies
team that is at present touring Australia’ and since
his batting has improved to such an extent I think
he will walk into one of the Tests against the tour-
ing All India team

Thorbourn and Bonitto are batsmen who have | #
shown some promise. There is no doubt about the |
excellence of their stroke play but they must keep |
their wickets after they have scored 25 or 30 runs
that would earn them commendation in any com-
pany.



‘ Alfie Binns
FOOTBALL SEASON STARTS SOON

.
FJRHE local football season will probably get underway on Satur-
day, February 16. As far as | have been able to ascertain, the
B.A.F.A, have successfully negotiated with the Pickwick C.C, for
the rental of Kensington Oval for the 1952 season.
The B.A.F.A. are considering plans for the improvement of local
football and these include the selection of a number of piayers Irgm

| the various clubs who will attend a football school to be conducted
| by Mr. Graham Wilkes on Sundays.

The Association is considering affiliation to the Caribbean Foot-
within the next week and this would mean that
Barbados will be included in the list of intercolonial fixtures obtain-
ing this year. It is most important that the maximum response be
given to the football school and that players take the games as seri-
ously as possible both from the point of view of fitness as well as
technique if Barbados football is to obtain a respectable place in West
Indies sports

WATER POLO

WATER POLO made another step forward on Friday afternoon,
when captains of teams who play in the Barbados Amateur Water
Polo and Swimming Association competitions held an unofficial meet-
ing at the Aquatic Club together with officials of the association. —

Subject to confirmation at the annual general meeting early in
March, they decided that the association would run two divisions
in the men’s league. ‘The first division would consist of the follow-
ing five teams ;—Harrison College (A), Snappers, Swordfish, Bonitas
and Whipporays. Flying Fish and Barracudas have been temporar-
ily dissolved and some of their players have been placed in Bonitas
and Whipporays subject to mutual agreement between players and
teams. Mi

Five possibly six teams have been placed in the second division,
Among these are Harrison College (B), Police and Caviar, a new
team. The other teams have not yet been named.

LADIES’ LEAGUE

The ladies’ league will again have five teams. Sea Nymphs has

| been dissolved and taking its place will be a school team from Queen's
| College.
j}and Ursuline Convent.

Other teams in the league are Starfish, Goldfish, Mermaids
Queen’s College is therefore the third school to enter a team in

the water polo association’s competitions. A healthy sign for any
sport.

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By GEORGE WHITING
MAKE way for the Butterscotch Boys from Doncaster
~produced, prepared and presented by our ex-heavy-
weight champion, Bruce Woodcock,

When Woodcock was in ‘his Hey-dey, the general im-
pression which the non-conversational Bruce did not
hother to deny — seemed to be that he had no thoughts
beyond the brass, that he cared not a fig for the sport it-
self or the encouragement of others, and that boxing would
see him no more ouce he had lost his title to Jack Gardner.

These light-

*

impressions were miles old, and unbeaten as a

off target, as Woodcock ant his weight; and middle-weight Ken
now hope to prove.

family Millson. —L.E.S.
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B.G. Cricket
Confide
Confident

(From Our Own Correspondent
GEORGETOWN, Feb, 2.

Kenneth Wishart, secretary of
the B.G. Cricket Control Board
and manager of the colony crick-
et team, left to-day for Trinidad.
The team follows on Tuesday.

On the eve of his departure
Wishart expressed confidence that
the B.G. team would put up a good
show, even in spite of the mem-
bers’ short practice through in-
clement weather here, but added
it is a capable side, the majority
having had experience on mat-
ting.

Trinidad has always been hard
to beat at home, but with little
luck I feel the team will do well.
Asked about the Trinidad side,
Wishart said with the exception
of a few who played before, it
is an unknown quantity.

The B.G. team will be leaving
Atkinson at 7.30 on Tuesday morn-

ing and are due at Piarco at 11.45
a.m.

Major Chase Wins
Lord Basil
Blackwood Cup

¢ Major A. DeV. Chase is the win-
pupils were given the freedom ner of the Lord Basil Blackwood
of the converted beer-bottle Challenge Cup. The Officers of the
store that serves the Woodcocks Barbados Regiment shot for this
as @ gymnasium; then intro- Cup at the Government Rifle
duced at the Doncaster tourna- Range yesterday afternoon.
ments run by father Sam, The contest was very keen and
On one of his 1948 safaris, the light good. Major Chase
Woodcock found in the village scored 100 out of a possible 110.
clubroom at Cudworth, near He defeated Major O. F. C. Wal-
Pernsley a 17-year-old welter- cott by only one point, while Lieut.
weight whose idea of a good time R. E. Goddard and Major J. E.
between shifts was a punch on Griffith scored 97 each.
the nose. The Lord Basil Blackwood Cup,
Offered encouragement, the an Officers’ Challenge Cup, ‘was
youngster accepted so enthusias- presented to the Regiment on
tically that for the next four August 1, 1910. In 1948 it was won
years he travelled 18 miles a day by Major O. F. C. Walcott with
by bus from Barnsley to Dons 108 points out of a possible 110.
caster—there to absorb the Wood-' The following year Lieut. C. E.
cock ideas on hook, lead, clinch Neblett won it with 101 points.
and counter, Major Walcott again won it in
That young man, having grad- 1950. On this occasion he scored





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DONA_J—18 miles a day fer
four years, te learn.

As long as four years ago—in
the period between having his
jaw broken by Joe Baksi and
staging a come-back against the
néver-to-be-forgotten Lee Oma
the prudent Woodcock began a
quiet but perspicacious hunt for
talent among the pugilistic pit-
men of his native Yorkshire.

Punch, Not Poise

Doncaster, Barnsley, Askern,
Cudworth, Pontefract, Mexbor-
ough, Thorne, Fishburn and many
other coal-mining districts were
discreetly given the Woodcock
eye—either of champion Bruce,
young brother Bill or father and
€x-miner Sam,

Punch rather than poise was
the prime object of the search
“You don’t find fighters pushing
pencils, They shovel coal!’ said
Brute as we talked this week.

Once discovered, the pitshaft



uated without defeat in 17 fights 191 Reins, Major Chase is the
from _ welter-weight ards, is Current holder.
how 41, sad a Task ond is This brings the number of

Major Chase’s trophies to 14. This
is the first occasion, in seventeen
years, that he has shot for the
Lord Blackwood Cup.

currently being hailed as one of
the brightest heavy-weight pros-
pects in Britain. .

The name is Terry McDonald—
and promoters are almost living
on the Woodcock do0orstep to
éign him up,



4 Race Horses Due
From St. Vincent

News has been received that
four race horses from Mr, Cyril
Barnard’s stable in St. Vincent
will be arriving here on Tuesday
to take part in the B.T.C, March
Meeting. Thev are Cavalier, Cross
Bow, Galasheils and Rosette.

Cavalier is a candidate for the
Barbados Guineas in which he
will probably start second favour-
ite to Dunquerque. Cross Bow
wih be a leading contender for D
class honours while Galasheils is
an imported thoroughbred filly
who will be racing in Barbados
for the first time. Rosette is a
half-bred who will also make her
debut to racing in this island.

Q.C. DEFEAT
ST. MICHAEL’S

In a netball match held at
Queen’s College yesterday after-
noon Queen’s College beat St.
Michael’s Girls’ School 12 goals
to eight.

To-morrow’s fixtures are Girls
Foundation vs Queen’s College
Cld Girls at Queen’s College.

Play begins at 4.45.

No Hurry

A week ago McDonald
burst upon us as g quick con-
aueror of the hitherto successful
Don Scott. On January 28, at
Leicester, he met the experi-
enced “Irishman Gerry McDer-
mott, On February 12 we in Lon-
don will be allowed our first
glimpse of him at Harringay.

Woodcock, having himself paid
pretty severe physical penalties
for rushing too quickly into the
big time—he tackled Tami Mau-
riello in New York after only 25
professional fights here—has been
in no great hurry with his coal-
face hopes,

However, after four years of
painstaking effort in their own

gymnasium—a_ facility other

managers would do well to
emulate—Messrs, Bruce, Bill and

Sam are now coming into the

open with McDonald and his

fellow campaigners of the

Butterscotch Brigade,

Among them are the ex-Coa
Board fly-weight champion, Bill:
Gibson; 20-year-old Glyn Evans,
with 27 feather-weight wins in 32
fights; 23-year-old Denny Dawson
in the same weight category;
plumber Pat Wakefield, 20 years

What
Brian
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SUNDAY, FEBRUARY 3, 1952

7
WILL IT BE 79?
“Bright Light’? Not Coming To B’dos
By BOOKIE



A optimistic friend of mine informed me during
the week that he thought we would have
about 78 horses entered at the March meeting. [
thought this rather a high estimate. But on going
through the classification list I see that he is just
about right. I make it 79.

Starting at the top there will be three in A
proper. These are Gun Site, Harroween and
Rebate. ‘Ine tast named I am glad to see on the track again after
a long absence since August last year. A mare with a great heart,
she should give us a good race or two if she is fit.
2“
HE sole occupant of A2 being White Company who has been
retired to the stud in Trinidad, we pass on to B proper where
there are seven likely entrants. These are Demure, Flying Dragon,
Fuss Budget, Landmark, Notonite, Red Cheeks and Slainte. In the
sub class there will be eight more numbering Belle Surprise, Embers,
Fire Lady, Pepper Wine, River Sprite, Spear Grass, Yasmeen and
Perfect Set. Most notable among this set seem to be those who are
old stagers making a come back. In this category the first is Slainte,
who makes a periodic come-back every March. He has won con-
sistently now for the last three March meetings on a stretch. Can
he do 1t again at the age of seven or eight. He is a gelding and
therefore I see no reason why he should not.

Next there are Pepper Wine and River Sprite, two mares I certainly
thought we had seen the last of on a race course since year before last.
Pepper Wine, who is the elder of the two, had already lost a lot of
her sting in her last days on the track and I can think of few mares
who ever made a successful come-back at eight years of age. Those
who did were generally racing against inferior opposition. This is
exactly what Pepper Wine wili not meet. River Sprite is not so old
but such joints on such going? Does not seem possible to me. How-
ever, I may be wrong and if we had “Big Knees” last March, why
shouldn't we have “Big Joints” this March, That is sound reasoning
along the lines of luck.

The fourth staging a come-back is Perfect Set. This black horse,
once trained by Mr. Sam Rock and owned by Dr. Weaver, is now in
the colours of Miss K. Hawkins and is really and truly endeavouring
to race for the first time in the West Indies. But since he made the
entry list once or twice on past occasions, although he never actually
faced the starter we might count him among the above. Mr. Rock
christened him the “counterfeit” horse but I think it was really spelt
“counterfeet”, judging by the number of times his legs gave out in
preparation for meetings. One wonders if he will make the grade this
time.

’

OING down to C and C2 there we have the bulk of the whole lot,

there being no less than 26 in these two divisions. Of thesa
only seven are in C proper and these are Aberford, Dashing Princess,
Flieuxce, Lunways, Ractan, Sweet Rocket and Topsy. Six of
these are winners and they are among the fortunate who will be
able to race in fields that will not be over-crowded, at least in two
races. In C2 we have Abu-Ali, Aim Low, Arunda, Blue Nelly, Castle
In The Air, Darham Jane, Devil's Symphony, Dim View, Doldrum
Fille d’Iran, French Flutter, Mabouya, Magic Gaye, Red Coat, Test
Match, The Thing, Tiberian Lady, Timbrook and Watercress. By the
way that brings our total number so far to 44,

Among the winners those with the best chances shuuld be Dash-
ing Princess (who likes the hard going very much and ‘vho just had a
good meeting in Trinidad), Flieuxce and Sweet Rockri. Flieuxce has
won several races in this class but appears to bc one of those who
only just scrapes one at a meeting and then runs off. Meanwhile,
will Sweet Rocket run better than she did last November in the
mud? That too needs some working out.

HE maidens are not only numerous but largely unknown. On
past form French Flutter would appear to be the one with the
best chances but there are others like Darham Jane, Castle In The Air
and Timbrook which I like on looks only. The colt Castle In The Air
is particularly pleasing to the eye and I have seldom seen better
make or shape in the W.I. The filly Timbrook would not, I should
imagine, appeal to everybody on looks, but I like the way she moves
over the hard ground without making much noise while others can be
heard pounding in the vicinity of the Drill Hall when one is sitting
in the stand. She has the appearance of the staying type and I like
her looks as such,

But then horses do not run on looks and there may be some
others who have not caught the eye who will do well on race day.
We can therefore expect some substantial pari and forecast returns
in the races for maidens.

A® we come to the creole classes it is learned with regret that
only three horses are likely to run from among those classified
D or D2. These will be Cross Bow, Mary Ann and Oatcake. As most
readers will have already guessed, this means that Bright Light will
not be coming over from St. Vincent to contest the Barbados Guineas.

There is no doubt that the absence of Bright Light will rob our
classic of much interest. Once again I say this is another good
reason why we should have had the additional classic in November
and not in March. With Dunquerque already occupying such a
position of supremacy, most of the local owners and trainers had
more or less resigned themselves tu a race between herself and Bright
Light and consequently were not considering the classic very seriously
for those which they had paid subscriptions. What will happen now?
Will they race for second money or will they leave it to Dunquerque
to walk-over from one or two others?

Worse news follows: Cavalier, ranked an easy third to Bright
Light and Dunquerque in order of merit will also be absent from the
Guineas. That leaves in, as far as I know, Apronusk, Caprice, Car-
dinal, Columbus, Diarose, First Admiral, Hill Prince, March Winds,
Rambler Rose, Seedling and Sunina. With Dunquerque this makes
twelve all told for the classic. Of these I will be pleasantly surprised
if more than six actually go in the race.

XCLUDING those entered in the Guineas, we now reach down

to E2 where there are only four on the list. They are Appollo,
Colleton, Usher and Vanguard. I saw Usher on Wednesday striding
out very nicely and if fit he will certainly have an easy time in this
company. Of course there are no E class races but he will receive
so many pounds from Cross Bow, while Dunquerque will be looking
after the Guineas, that he will have a splendid opportunity on the
first day. After that is over, it will be interesting to see how

Dunquerque will shape against him.
q{* F and F2, again leaving out those listed for the Guineas, we

should see Miss Friendship, April Flowers, Clementina, May Day,
Miracle, and Sunbeam. If Miracle is still improving, then there is
nothing in this lot to give her a good gallop. On the other hand, she
did not do so well in Trinidad and if she cannot better that perform-
ance, then there are chances for April Flowers or Miss Friendship.
The chestnut gelding Sunbeam has also improved a lot in looks and
he might show us something better than he has in the past.

l AST, and in this case least, there will be those in G and G2.
-4 There should be nine of them as follows: Betsam, Blue Diamond,
Diadem, Gavotte, His Worship, Joan's Star, Rosette, Cottage and
Twinkle. The last three, I must confess, are completely unknown to
me. I do believe I saw something exercising on the’ Savannah the
other morning which could have been one of these three, but the less

ore such a specimen the better. That, I think, will give us
r 79.

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One Accident In Second Regatta.» 0» Swimming 1 Oy cs Pa

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(By Our Yachting Corr-spondent)

HURRICANE, owned and
eareree by Ian Gale met
with a very unfortunate acci-
dent when the Second
Regatta of the R.B.Y.C. was
sailed in Carlisle Bay yester-
day afternoon, Her spar was
broken when she and Mis-
chief collided, The most amaz-
ing thing is that her stays are

supposed to be the first
ries of articles on Swim-
it this week | don’t think
will get past the—shall we say
—trimmings. But eventually 1
olan to teach you how to do all 4

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sraw! backstroke, butterfly,

breast-stroke and what have you

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ahs uae tities were about to Eewrmening, in. maebedts. a. 4 |
start when the accident cncutnes ve have not got any good swim- ¥
H ver, Ian tells me that he has rers, there are plenty but mostly }
aires made pa ments to get very unorthodox, and having a
ange! t ‘swum everything from the dog x male ended
another spar and will be racing paddle to the butterfly I can Saotennil ana ‘deities
in the Third Regatta next Satur. assure you that the orthodox Defeat the boys outright
day. From what I can see this strokes are faster. An American a °
mishap should not put him out of friend told me this week that fae ast seen a collapse
the running for the “D” Class after watehing the little boys While dul aie octane tn sinus
Trophy. ‘ gambolling in the water at Para-,, | Was sleeping fast in bed . r
The race yesterday was boring dise Beach he is quite sure that * ‘ Re
at times. The weet wae ae oat if Barbados went in for swime}{_jady’s bathing costume from Phat evak cat out oe When lovely, lively figure-heads like these choose
on some occasions the boats look= ming seviously we could send @%C yry, 1866 She was thrilled with excitement h nly prove they have a head for figures! Jantzens
ed as though they were anchored. crack team to the Olympic Games; So nothing did she say | Anetra ee a a. ,
i a P : Kites , "" eee have everything —fic, fabr slour and style to suit you to
It was south about and in calm one day, I agree. Africa says that he saw a whole), | ave. sn a ae aivih Sonik
seas. Bui to get back to my subject,M silage Swimming out to the| ce saree tha BE ne © ove | perfection. This year, the Jantzen wizards ha ene ; ove polls.
Nine boats started in the “B” bathing costumes. It would si stegmer, wearing as they swam,! ana bove you heuld ny heard | Pevries nuns Fe SeCUER YO FNITTING, FRM ON eT Fone
Class. Wizard, Ranger, Circe and that in the early days bathing—Jrenovated second-hand London | 3. t talking long and loud | worshippers, decorative piping, contrasting cuffs, How is it done at such
War Cloud did not race. Honours suits were not. very popular stove-pipes” in all the glory of . ° } reasonable prices? That's the Jantzen magic! Go and
went to Fantasy, owned and skip- Winmann, writing in 1588 say: @ dhe white tissue paper in which ace. male 1S. ks er Goddard capture some of it yourself — quickly
pered by Teddy Hoad. Teddy they are shipped out for sale.” ha Wake thew sing that iretoiied |
sailed a good race and Fantasy Would get great men insane

which was completely overhauled “ Decency And Mr. C runden

ANHIZCH Attraction in Action





and almost rebuilt, is sailing much After a jong, long voyage
better . : . In bKngland the judges decided Ne matey i ; x Pe
n favour tenance” he ey must play test cricke
Fantasy Leads i favour of “decency in t not that a disgrace JANIZEN KNITTING MILLS LTO, @RENTFORD, MIDOLESEX
: lebrated case of Rex v, Crun-
Fantasy started along with Hi cen in 1809. Mr, Crunden insisted | Then after meeting Queensiand
Ho. At the end of the first round A half-baked cricket sid |

co his common law right to bathe
naked from the beach at Brigh-
ton, and would as soon have

Followed by bouncing “boulder
T would make a lion hide

She was in the lead, a minute and
ten seconds ahead of Hi Ho, sec-



ond. Moyra Blair was third. Be-
cause of her late start, Mischief
was away behind the other “B”
boats.

By the end of the second round
Fantasy had increased her lead.

She was now one minute and
40 seconds ahead of the second
boat, Flirt, which overtook both
Moyra Blair and Hi Ho, She had



THE STAR OLASS BOAT, Fantasy, owned and skippered by Teddy
Hoad, scored a victory in the “B” Class when the Second R,B.Y.C.
Regatta was held yesterday. Fantasy was almost rebuilt last year.

il” sinter









thought of putting on the king’s
crown as drawers. “The judges”
Ralph Thomas records in his
“Swimming” “(old men and
probably not swimmers) decided
against him.”

Incidentally, it is interesting to
note that at least in one place in
Britain nude bathing is _ still






















Then a West Indian eleven
To Australia quite new

Must face eleven Aussies
Besides two umpires too

Then Walcott with
Worrell with a bad hand
Weekes
The Aussies “had

Do boys doen't blame John Goddard
Poor hoy he tried his best

a chipped nos«

also with a bad lee

things grand







AND YOU CANT
Go WRONG!

The regular use of

a lead of 56 seconds on Moyra Vamoose got away from the Feabird ae eae .3 allowed. In Oxford a part of the Wie gut hho in tise Lanaiol Hair Food
Blair. Okapi was fourth, followed start. At the end of the first lap “|” ? Thames is reserved where under- . . : will, by its action on
by Hi Ho and Rascal. she had a lead of 55 seconds On imp 1.58.06 59.03 5 ‘ g graduates and Dons may bathe} And those who did the trouble the roots and scalp,
Fantasy went on to score an easy Comet, second. Thunder, third, Olive Blossom 2.01.03 6031% 6 -the old fashioned bathing gown. 7 ide—and thereby hangs a tale, Only “eriaket gan spell nourish every hair
win. She did the race in two was 41 seconds behind Comet, Sit} sak ae aoe : ; : : but not for publication, Fain ohn gland and encourage
; ; ; ; auntless 1.44.06 52.03 2 that young men and girls bathed w cricket will go to hell la

hours, 11 minutes and 22 seconds, beating Edril by 55 seconds Mohawk 1.48,09 54.04% 3 aground the statue of St. Nicolas ‘ : : richer growth, It
with an average of 43 minutes and Dawn 1.45.04 52.32 4 ot Surich d while the girls Women’s bathing dresses s€€M} who can we praise this moment provides nourishment
47 ds a. Flirt Vamoose Leading Invader 1.49.32 54.46 5 at Zurich, and while thi $3 to have reached their utmost in} Gomez and Valentine to the scalp and bal

seconds a round. ‘was sec~ Coronetta 1.42.56 81.28 & wore drawers the men bathing j}\." middle of the nineteenth | Stolimever and Frankie Worrell o the scalp an r
ond but her average was even mre end of the second round saw §ij Lalo 53.58% 7 with them only had to put them contury, The illustration from These performer seis S00 roots and corrects
better : an, enter s, 16a Vamoose still in the lead. She was Bilppy Lav 08 mesa 9 fen soo os “ Gurr 1866 shows a woman qemgs Walcott poor boy was injured such troubles as

na , , é 7 boot -— it ha y¥ | Weekes seemed to miss the bus
and 25 seconds, with’ an average DOW four minutes ahead of Zephyr, in 1806 of a person bathing clad Soom Gas . orthwhile| Ramadbin after copesling
of 43 minutes and 28 seconds per Second. Comet was third, five s€e- y amoos 1.28.23 27.48 1 only in a head dress. seems that it was Ww Poor boy, he got disgust DANDRUFF
round. Hi Ho hich ertook Onds later, Thunder was next, fol- Baril 1.26.34 28.51 2 on changing at all, From that period er ° ;
. f » Wi ov 2 : 1 ¢ Comet 1.28.10 29,23 3 “Vai ” to the present day the history Of] Well Rae at the last moment PARTIAL BALDNESS

M 1 i fing 1 lowed by Edril and Tempest. Vain Ornament

ape Sante 0 i mat xa There was a rush to complete this 742! Lares 39.36 ‘ om ‘women's bathing costumes is aj] Started to spring again { IN NG HAIR
was le sy’s time was the Thunder 1,29.2 29.48 5 one ua. hi eee And our beloved ‘‘Fergi
best. She ain "is race in two round. The boats sailed into a Tempest 1.31.32 30.31 6 Biffault says that Parisians‘ history of shrinkage. smiled, yes | lee TH & FALLING

hours, three minutes and 50 sec-
ends. Her average per round was

strong breeze and were close be-
hind each other,



began to wear drawers, at least
those who could pay for them,

From long pantaloons and long
leeves the advance was made to







Trim got his usual “hair cut’
And it’s not hard to see

but smiled in vain

The daily application of this Hair
Food results unfailingly in a really

é : - > : i beautiful glossy head of hair.
41 minutes and 17 seconds, Vamoose went on to win, beat- i ae ore about 1800, but the majority did hort pantaloons and short | According to an old maid
In the “C” Class seven boats ing Edril, which ayertocs Comet, Mrs. Manning W iis oe ee sleeves. After that the sleeves God bless “Christianity” panes es —e With ol! (Yellow
raced. It was a tough fight be- Thunder and Zephyr, by three . = 7 ms . were removed, and with OTA! wars beye you played the five test ie .
tween the Lightning, Rogie and minutes and 15 seconds. Zephyr Golf Contest stepped in because hehe Fo the went the “loons”, leaving pants.| And lost ull four to one ree. ohne ovens Se ee
the Seagull, Gannet. The Light- nearly snatched the third position a : eee aie, = “ee Then, most daring, and not too And this we gladly tell vou Lebel) fer mm asf is naturally
ning won. from Comet in the closipg stages. ‘The Ladies’ Spoon Competition not long since, an edict was issued LON, “Ho. fOr tee Cee ee LANALOL CREAM (Blue Label). A
Rogue gave a minute to Gannet Comet however _managéd to win which was fixed to be played yes- by the Police in Paris, prohibiting eae the veces oo ne eS lossy hair dressing.
but at the end of the first round by five seconds. Fifth was Thunder jerqz eee 5 rida at tran Hing } , Some years later the inevitae| sponsored & ANALOL SOLIDIFIED (Bakelite
she was 50 seconds ahead of her. and last Tempest teruty a payee pe on Friday al’ pemegns. som ens at the took piace—the bathing suit split r 7 b An ideal fixative
a ea afternoon at the Rockley Golf river Seine, without pathing distinct parts. And now | Ox). le
T s . > as dams - i _ ; 2 : , into two distinct parts. id n |
eas, enitan tev, seh vast, eee ae ae Sanna Club, Christ Church. The Compe- dresses, those two pieces are shrinking, J&R BAKERIES | LANALOL SOAP SHAMPOO (Red

many minutes behind the others.

“D” Class. Van Thorndyke, skip-

tition was won by Mrs. G. Man-
ning Whose gross score was 43 and



Writing of Woahoo island in

The question of the moment ig
“Can the Bikini get any smaller?”



makers of



Label). A liquid soap de |uxe,

pered by “Prickie’ Moore came ‘on the Sandwich Islands, Captain ° | Loce istributors:

Rogue Leading first. When the boats were finish- net scord em Beechey says that in 1827 RWe if not, What [peel Sie ' }

Gerald Nicholls made use of. ing the first round Thorndyke had The condition was ideal for were daily in the habit of seeing ENRICHED BREAD GENERAL AGENCY Co, a nal

his good judgment to keep Rogue a lead of only five seconds on Sea- playing golf and there were six ladies disencumber themselves of : (Barbados) Lid oO Mam
in the lead. He did the race in bird, skippered by Stanley Moore, contestants in the Competition. their silks, slippers, and parasols, and the blenders of errees goes 10 THE hoor OF oop
one hour, 34 minutes and 52 brother of “Prickie’. Third was and swim off in fine ‘style to P.O. Box 27 We Tagua
seconds, with an average of 47 Rainbow while Rainbird, skipper- different vessels, carrying their J&R RUM | ;

minutes and 26 seconds per ed by “Corkie” Roberts, ‘had to be bundles on their heads, and 3ridgetown

round, His time was four min-
utes a second better than Gan-
net’s. Third was Folly and fourth
ine boats started in the
Intermediate Class. The race was
won, by Gnat, owned and skip-
pered by George Hoad. Georgie
really means business this
season. At the end of the first
round he was fifth but he crept
into a leading position.
Mohawk was leading at the
end of that round, She com-
pleted it ten seconds ahead of
Dauntless which was _ second.
Next was Invader, followed by

contented with fourth place.

“Corkie”, “with his hollow spar”,
overtook Rainbow and Seabird
during the final round, to come
second. Third was Seabird and
fourth Rainbow. Thorndyke did
the race in one hour, 53 minutes
and 42 seconds, with an average of
56 minutes and 51 seconds per
round.

The Third Regatta of the RBYC
will be sailed in Carlisle Bay at
2.30 p.m. on Saturday, February 9.

The results were as follows:—

Time

FOOTBALL AT
Y.M.P.C. TODAY

A football match takes place
to-day at Y.M.P.C. between
Hadleigh’s team and Mr. Audiey'
Ingram’s team. The match begins
at noon. Hadleigh’s team is—
C, V. Rayside (Capt): M. Brewster,
C, Small, O, Estwick, R. Walcott,
D. Higginson, C. Waithe, O. Hus-
bands, G, Sealy, A. Mason and
K. Mapp.

Reserve: Nobby Estwick.

resuming their finery when they
got on board. Nor was it
amusing to observe them
overboard soon after daylight,
and continue sporting and swim-
ming about the vessels in the
harbour like so many nereids;
practices to which they adhere
with as much fondness as ever.
Many, however, now think it
necessary to put on a_ bathing
gown when they take this recre-
ation.”

In 1898 this paragraph, headed
“Costume”, appeared in many
newspapers, “An Englishman just
home from the West Coast of

less

jump |







Dawn and Gnat which was some eB. Class Elapsed Averages Place | = . a
distance behind. . sie hrs meine ws oe sae ; ———S—

Gnat’s time for the race was /2ni*y ’ ‘ i
one hour, 37 minutes and 42 hy) tisk ois ae
seconds. This was better than Gipsy 2.03. 1, ‘ ; f
mecae TR ee teri in the Gok a re ass S@CUr -
“Cc” Class, with the exception of coe ie Sane 44.10 6 |
Rogue, His average per round Revie 30018 4300 8 |
was 48 bg oe — a pocones, Mischiet ; 2.08.15 42.45 9 |
35 seconds ter than Gannet’s. :

Ro 1.34.5: 7.26
pened ny “Wiiben "Skeste and ante gags ome 2 ee ee
‘olly AS 54.215 3

third Mohawk. Dawn came Magwin 146-48 oy ae |
fourth. Scamp 1 48.16 54.08 5 |

Only five out of nine boats Madness |. 1.50.43 aoe Sd
raced’ in the Tornado Class. “ig Behave - Lm sha
Vamoose, skippered by Tony van Thorndyke 1.53.42 56.51 1
Hoad, scored a comfortable win. Rainbird 1.66.41 56.20% 3

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PAGE SIX

SUNDAY ADVOCATE



SUNDAY,

sonia your
Slip is showing

FEBRUARY







MET Sonia, London’s

latest Crime Queen
a iow café (a base-
ment, in fact) off Totten-
ham Court-road.

What’s

Your Baby |
Cooking In

By PENNY NOLAN and ANN MUSGRAVE

Dream irl...

Lustre-Creme Shampoo gives

stuffed tomatoes or as it i better 7 Absent - mindedly she
. “ cellent basic draft can be made know ‘ essentially @ period of rest and ginned a handful of
your hair soft, glamorous three The first step is to make up a waa” in Europe tomatoes ala. renabilitation. ( hashish in mistake for
way loveliness chart for the bodice measurements Medium size tomatoes: 12 Our grandmothers used to pride cocaine into her cup of
© Frograntly clean The chart, should have lines for Pumpkin Sak chek on oats pry io cots ane plunged—tully
ourteen different measurements | core ummediately, and ai~ essed—into her sor

© Glistening with sheen and should have five vertical col- ee aes though there is a trend todey to story.
e Soft, easy to manage umns. The first column on the Parsley be active earlier, most Doctor “I was little more than
c Sek lather left is for the number of the Mnglish Potatoes: 2 and Midwives will advise tha. an innocent child at the
Lustre-Creme’s billowy la’ measurement. The second column Salvo Peres ten to fourteen days are about time,” she said, “the only
is a blend of secret ingredients oer air, = the ag Oil sufficient time to regain one’s convictions I'd had being

plus gentle lanolin. nent. e third column is label- Pickles






perfectly keyed to the latest dres

shades.,

and Lip Line allows

lip colours to be changed quickly and cleanly















MEASURING FOR A BASIC DRAFT

Measurements on the human
figure are very difficult to take ac-
curately, but with a good set of
individual measurements an ex-

‘d “Full” and is used to enter cir-

ing and letting my hair
cumference measurements. The Wash the tomatoes. Cut the top eo soon after baby’s birth down in pub-
fourth is labeled “Back” and the and with a teaspoon take away your figure will begin to return to lic.
fifth “Front The names of the the seeds and the water. Put normal and to assist the abdom- She patted
ar nae measurement? PENNY NOLAN them on the ice until you are inal muscles to regain their tone her _ raven
ee beeen : ready to go to dinner. Prepare in the least passible time exer- ‘TeSses, coiled
1. Shoulder at neck to waist- {M2 clestic at the waist. Mea‘- the Russian salad. Boll one car~ cises or massage should be given ie 96. anaes
Ln a ure lefi and right sides in the rot, s * mous main-

helps to cover up the difference.
So both right and left sides are
cut alike or, in other words, only
half a pattern is needed to cut a





back and enter the longest in the

mark one inch below the armpit
to the pin at the waistline. _
Number 11 is taken from pin to

in. t
7 Number 12 is taken full around







The Kitchen?

Tomatoes are quite plentiful
now although they are not cheap.
Here is a very good recipe for

Maionnaise; 2 tablespoonsful.

the 2 English Potatoes, a

one hour the dough will have
almost doubled its size. Work
it a tiny bit more and put it on
the kitchen table. Now give the



And You

By SISTER CHARLOTTE
THIS period is generally de-

fined as the twenty-one-days
which follow child birth. It is

strength and to heal properly in-











Here, the svelte, slant-
eyed seductress babbled
on in a shady nook while
dope-traffickers and con-
men passed by and peer-
ed in to pay homage to
Sonia’s beauty,

merely for larceny, loiter-



Ru Morgue’s







GENE AY lt’s cat

SisNNA MAMMAL, CHIN-
CHILLONA, CONEY, and BEAV-
ERETTE Rabbit.

, These exercises are generally be- gprin, d
ef i ‘ ow but : ; ; pring aroun
2. Shoulder tip to shoulder tip. back column of the chart. Repeat cut them ail gyal gs Ng eave gun—with your Doctor’s permis~- her head. She ove r°dé ee @
3. Shoulder tip to centre line for front. The front measurement on the vegetables att » sth eas~ sion on the day after the birth of smiled h er
at vow. \ h does not necessarily fall over the vinegar ‘alt and Pan. thy come your baby, as it is now realized Mona_Lisa b ERNEST DUDLEY
4. Shoulder seam length, fullest point of the bust. tiny bi ; pe! @ that it is inadvisable for a mother smile. “When y
* * ’ «2 6 ese eS » * 5. Centre lines. . i , tiny bit of English mustard. Add :
x Number 2 measurement is the one tables ful of Mai 7 who has had a normal birth to a Parisian Rd Sl ie ela
: 6. Across back and chest. st breadth of the shoulder and is fin tn, seisetone with a be kept strictly at rest in bed. parasite named Ru (short for him in, and he went to, work on
* ; 7. Shoulder at neck to bust taken from the mark you hav Moral oak Mak : . *- Here are a few simple exer- Rupert) Morgue got me into his the safe deposit v:
lamorous Gres models choose point. made on the right shoulder tip to (ure and add a tiny bit of Mai- ices that can be done by your- Clutches I was as wax in his cruel, Gagged ...
* nd 8. Bust line. : the corresponding mark on the Onaise on the top of each of the self embering, that the pre- supple fingers. UICKLY Ru filled with banke
9. Neck at centre to side seam i tomatoes. Serve in a plate with 5@/f rem’ 8, I “T thought,” Sonia went on, “he : A Sea
' r 1 * t waist ie shoulder tip. Sane beck use a few bits of parsley. vious exercises are practised each . oe Arabs te notes a plain van waiting
e GALA § mcomparable iP COLOURS 10 Under arm side seam en. ‘ : . day before adding the new ones, So a awe Yd a hcctih. outside, ; .
7 * 11. Between bust points. Number 3 when applied to the Zwiebach and that you should not overdo Gancer with od t ; ‘Then he tied me up and gagged
* ‘ draft will give you the amount of mt ge . A able Showgirls. Instead he forced |, with a gag he’d» borrowed
: 12. Waistline. Sve you an them at first. Always stop if you he b the Grand me (with a gag or
2] 13. Chest. — wipe i the shoulder. It is a . Zwiebach is g kind of very feel in the least bit tired and re- ™Me,to help him rob the Grand from an American radio show on
. al 3 Sra diagonal measurement from the light brioche which is usually > National Bank, Aintree. the short wave). He left me.
A}; Jf. Back neck. mark on the shoulder tip to the served either With toreuk ee ey, lax, completely, face down for “"A huge tear trickled down Whe parstaicee wher tia i eae
§ q TS ing re > or akfas > isin : > caretaker, who I’d taken care
t hania want he? ea a pin at the centre front waistline. with tea Se ee ee or aoe after exercising gonia’s beautiful nose. It dropped chould be out at the time, found
Sue ete : - , Number 4 is taken from the Ris ao wuache : : j . noisily into her cocoa, waking a + ai y dater’ and *tebod
j garments 8 et mark on the shoulder at neck to wae 0 qnedium Size Zwiebach; 1s¢ Day Lying Deep breathing fence at the next table. the wt lg oy ee
pan re re Geadte the natural waist- “e mark on the shoulder tip, I Sugar—i oz —six times. “With references forged by Ph!! (Wie tte pelan apbtians’ ote
, — Sure ea pins in this elas- one shoulder is longer than the = pinch sia ia Foot exercises, bending and 4 phoney fairground fakir from I told them how I'd been gagged
‘ tic One at the exact centre front. other it is well to take a mean 1 yolk of an ew and 3 Nandaepopoetics stretching ankles—six anne. Felixstowe,” Sonia continued, “I and overpowered by three masked
+ One: atthe exact centre beck and between the two lengths. Do this of sugar 2nd Day Lying with knees pecame secretary to the bank men. I described how I'd strug-
MAS en 4 y ing lo- Measuring when you place the Svtter 1 oz bent, contract muscles of abdo- manager.’ Within a week I was "CD os Sahn ate ee
ne at each side in a becoming lo ark: ! egg yolk : ; : gled and failed to get myself free
|g] cation for the side seams, Several marks and Sere tee TASS. 10 e ea (mot fully men and arch back. taking his mind off his work and {nq raise the alarm.”
#] measurements come to each of ain Oiatdet upon, MAS" A ting Bit of Tukewarm water 3rd Day Raise nead and shoul- h¢,was taking me off to morning “ sonia let another teardrop fall.
these points and the pins will in- VFSme ape i Take 2 oz. of flour, put it in a tae sige Coffee and cakes. “Which was where I made a silly
wlan cdnachegibe Number 5 is the centre line big cup and add the yeast. Mix “ers, three times. This exercise Up For Cou sta ee Ba Se
Part a ee eves encil length and is taken from the mark four and yeast with ae "bit of Must be done very gently at first, Pp P deed 2aP),, Sne “moaned, “T gave ‘Be
With 8 soft eyebrow at the centre front neck to the jukewarm wat Yt of but later you will be able to sit HE Crime Queen paused whole show away, and Ru Morgue
make a small mark on the bare ‘ front waistline. Same ; arm water and put the cup nervously stirring her cocoa was sent down, ,
; following Pin a: centre front waistline. Same jn 4 warm pl Put the reat UP without the help of the arms. | S ‘ nt a ees
skin at each of the following f."\yacK. : f the fl peace, 1 Crest ath Day Lying with knees bent. into chocolate mousse as she said: SONIA’S SLIP is showing in the
points: +— Number 6 gives you a location edd hs hin = ~~ bowl and Press knees together, lifting “The night for Ru Morgue’s coup _ picture of how the police found
1. Savulders at neck and tip in for the armhole seam curves. The °° Sh ae ica very small lower part of abdomen, and relax arrived. I was working late, and her. But if you are not sure
a becoming location for the measurement is taken between a aa te sOant Wh salt and the ray times . was alone at the bank. Midnight you've got it, solution is below.
shoulder seams, two marks placed in a becoming hy of the egg. When the yeast "Sth Day Sitti Bend .trunk 2nd three raps came at the front SONIA’S SLIP.—If Sonia had
2. Backs : ” sition for the armhole seam. nas become twice its volume (it y par gona door. really struggled to free herself, as
2. Back and chest 5” down from Positic will take about 10 15 ti ideways—twice each wa i P “e
shoulder at neck k Number 7 is an aid in the loca- take about 10 or 15 minutes) sideway‘ , y: “Putting on my mink wrap, I she told the police, she would have
. ia ck mark. ; ft, add it to the mixture in the mix- 6th Day Lying. Bend, stretch oo oa oF ee.
3. Position tor armhole seams at tion of the bust point on the draft. ° answered them. It was Ru. I let kicked off her high-heeled shoes.
64 dbwik. level. «4 . . Number 8 should be taken img bowl and add the glass of and lower legs—four times.
4 udae deme i"" dome tee around the fullest point of the â„¢ilk (also luke-warm). Mix th Day On hands and knees. : z
f armpits for top of under- bust line with the tape well up in ae re start Ween we 0 Draw in adbomen and relax— ( ylamorous Chinchillona!
arm side seams, back and the lungs filled to give 4 you were making the Four times. °
“a 5. Centre back neck. enough ease for breathing in the Gough for a brioche, that is by ‘These exercises restore the aay ate
4 6. Centre front neck. basic. Take the back and front vee. he ng ee —_ muscle tone and prevent a great ne By SUSAN DEACON
Place a pin exactly over each bust seperately from point to poin beatiy mre tt OUe © e@ powl and deal of trouble in later years. gF a furrier tried to seil you a Houesty initiative — good
, #7 | point. under the armpits. Be ee ae eel Wine ae a. —_ of the you should try and continue coat made from Genet, Dingo, culture —- ambiuda per-
Enchanting Mile. Ariane, model for | Measurements are taken from back and front added together ‘ en the dough becomes inem for at least six weeks after Sienna Mammal, or Chinchillona, severance — morai courage —
ent smooth, elastic I think is a good :
ei peer Pele teas hon | f both ‘sides of the body and the total the full ton. from the description you will be Sie to the birth as they will help more wouia you know wnat you were self-control good mixer —
one refili colour to anothersosimple | p+ | longest one is entered in the chart, Number 9 s t * Ft neck to lift it with'your hand in one piece than anything to restore your puying? thrift — dignity independ-
so quick ...s0 clean | Everyone has some difference in mark at the Weta ue (line. Fes attom the bowl:. Put: it ect in figure to normal. A LONDON FURRIER says:— ence — good education — high
aa eater tt measurement between the right the pin a wera theanire de- the mixing bowi and after cover- ‘...Wwomen are ofien misled social standing — and charm.
and left side of the body and if a the ote Dot the side ing it with a cloth put it in a oy the giamorous-sounding names WOULD any girl really want to
Gala’s fashion-right colours are the newest fave among modelsin = garments made to ore ae ia. draft warm place and let it stay for meen to furs a Foie too shy to) marry such a _ paragon—even
arger side the slig amount of 5 — ; ask exactly what they are,”
the great Paris dhd London dress houses .. . for Gala colours are extra material on the smaller side Number 10 is taken from the one hour, You will see that after | 2 y v

if she could find him?
COULD a man have all these

virtues and still have charm?

Or would he be merely deadly







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Princess Elizabeth's
little dressmaker

Two very important women are
working quietly in London on a
Very Important Job—the clothes
Princess Elizabeth will wear on
the Australian tour.

_Miss Avis Ford calls herself
simply a Court dressmaker. She

asked me not to call her the
Royal Family's “little woman
round the corner.”
= * *
Her showroom has NONE OF
THE GLAMOUR of the usual

Mayfair salons.

There are no crystal chan-
deliers, no tall vases of out-
of-season flowers, no heady
perfume, gilt chairs, or thick-
piled carpets,

AND HER assistants, instead
of looking like film starlets in
glamour dresses, have natural
complexions, wear their own
woolen dresses, and look like
the well-bred daughters of
county families,

Queen’s Tweeds

Miss Ford herself, small and
dignified could easily be. the
headmistress of an establishment
for Young Gentlewomen, instead
of one of the top dressmakers in
the country.

QUEEN MARY has
made by Miss Ford who, I am
told, has “the finest tailor in
town.” And it is Miss Ford who
for years has made many of
QUEEN ELIZABETH'’S tweeds.

Busy on Hats

ALSO BUSY sewing the
Australian tour Miss
Kate Day.

It was Miss Day who made
some of the hats Princess
Elizabeth took with her to
Canada. Now she is busy on
hats for Australia.

TO DO THIS Miss Day has
to work with whoever is making
the clothes.

clothes

, _ for
is milliner

Nancy Pigott, who moved from
a neat red sandstone house in a
fashionable backwater of Glasgow
to an bine unpretentious white
brick English-type cottage in
Washington, is wondering with
more than normal feminine inter-
est about her next address.

It could be the big White House
being remodelled in Pennsylvania-
avenue, For it is just possible that
Nancy Pigott, as the wife of Sena.
tor Estes Kefauver, may be Amer-
ica’s First Lady after the Presi-
dential election in November.

Nancy, chic, good-looking moth-
er of four children (the oldest ten,
the youngest one), is slightly
overwhelmed at the prospect. But
like all the features of her devel-
oping American life, it will be just
another, although bigger, chal-
lenge.

I found her gazing with admira-
tion from her green eyes at a
blown-up six-foot photograph of
her husband in the largest first-
floor room of Washington’s Wil-
lard Hotel, hired as headquarters
of the “Kefauver for President”
Club.

A white feather skull cap dented
the halo of her short auburn hair
and, with white gloves, provided
the only contrast to the short Per-
sian lamb coat which she wore
over a black frock.

“Mm,” said Mrs. Kefauver, ap-
preciatively, “I haven't seen that
picture before.”

How did the woman from Glas-
gow become embroiled in Amer-
ieca’s top politics? The route is
not so circuitous as Mrs, Kefauver
explained it. d

“My father (that is, Clyde ship-
builder Sir Stephen Pigott) is
American. My mother came from
Tennessee. But they lived in Glas-
gow. I was born there and so were
my three sisters and brother,

“T heard a lot, of course, about
America, so in 1934 came out to
Chattanooga, Tennessee, to visit
my mother’s relatives. I was in-
troduced to a rising young lawyer



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MAY BE AMERICA

If it is Miss Ford, Miss Day
sees her sketches and materials
before designing the hats.

* .

In her new spring collection
she is using a lot of CANDY-
STRIPED materials and feather-
weight straws.

Much of her trimmings are

*

pastel-coloured feathers, us-

ually used only on winter

hats. Miss Day likes them

for an all-the-year-round

trimming,

SHE WILL also use lots of
veiling,

“The most popular shape next
Spring,” says Miss Day, “will be
the hat with the face-framing
brim.”

* *

They all blame each other

Swift shrinking, which adds to
the cost of living, takes place as
much in women’s clothes as
men’s,

Are the laundries to blame, a:
many housewives say?

I'M TOLD that they are not,
The blame should be shared be-
tween the material manufacturer
and the housewife.

Mr. Roger Diplock, the
Retail Trading Standards Asso-
ciation, believes it is “mainly the
housewife who is at fault.”

HE SAYS: “You would never
credit the things women do to
the family wash.

“They won't read instructions
on the soap packets because they
think they know it all.

“When socks go felty, it is
usually due to bad handling at
home.”

But the material
turer is also to blame.

Mr. Diplock says: “These days
manufacturers are working on a

of

manufac-

By Henry Lowrie

Estes Kefauver (he is now 48).

“I suppose I must have made an
impression on him, for next year
he followed me back to Glasgow
and we were married, It is as
simple as that. We came to live
in Americ He gradually broke
into politics and then was elected
Senator ”




Mrs, Ketauver, who only occas-
ionally la santo the Southern
drawl of her husband, does not

like to talk about the possibilities
of moving into the White House—
daughter Eleanor is much more
excited at the chance of having a
house with a swimming pool,

After all, the Senator has not
definitely said yet that he will be
a candidate, but everyone is sure
he will run, and supporter clubs
are mushrooming all over the
place, ‘

The Senator got his biggest lift
up last year when millions of
people watched him on TV as he
headed the Congressional Com-
mittee which investigated crime.

Quietly, competently he handled
the racketeers as they appeared
before him and tried to wriggle
out of answering his penetrating
questions. :

He thought it was a straw in the
wind when the lawyer who helped
the Committee, Rudolph Halley,
cashed in on the popularity of a
clean-up campaign and was swept
in the New York municipal elec-
tions as president of the Council.

When Nancy could she went
along to the Committee hearings
and still gets a thrill from the
memory that she just sat behind
racketeer Frank Costello, the man
who would allow only his hands
to be televised.

She helps Estes in his political
work, In a green sports car, she
drives him round his Tennessee
constituency meeting the voters
and boosting him at every chance,

But she does not make speeches.

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skimping the pre-shrinking.
“After weaving, cloth shoulc
be shrunk back to original
size. In too many cases now
that doesn’t happen.”
What is the solution?

IF ALL THE CLOTHES were
labelled by the maker, giving the
identity of the fabric, and house-
wives read the instructions,
clothes would not shrink so much
a therefore have a long-
er life.

its

Manufacturers should be
COMPELLED wo label their
materials if they have not been
pre-shrunk.

I HAVE received from America
Mr. Russell Lynes’ new book
“Guests—or how to survive
hospitality” and
Brothers. New York).

Mr. Lynes has made a study of
party bores. He exposes:—
THE CRASHING BORE
“whose conversation weighs on
yo like a physical burden.”

THE GOOD ISTENER
“their ultimate (and sole!)

social contribution to a party

is to make bores out of other
people.”

THE FASCINATING CON-
VERSATIONALIST is one of
the most boring of bores... .

“Strictly an audience man.”
Other bores we all know:—

THE KNOW - ALL - THE -
ANSWERS ... . “Now listen
to me.”

Russell Lynes is lucky to have
missed the female BRIDGE
BORES, THE SMILING
BORES and THE UNHAPPY
MARRIAGE BORES.

Hosts and Hostesses, too have a
chapter in the book.

THE GOOD HOSTESS ....
“must be nervous—if she isn’t
nervous I am.”

THE APOLOGETIC HOSTESS
It's going to be terribly dull,”
she says.

—L.E.S.

‘S. FIRST LADY

“In the South women aren’t too
prominent,” she explained.

She makes her home in Wash-
ington. Originally a three bed-
room affair it had to be extended
as the family grew in numbers.
Two months of the year she spends
on a Tennessee farm-—"for the
sake of the children.”

She has a governess to look
after them, so she manages to get
up to the Senate building in Wash-
ington twice a week to help her
husband get through his vast pile
of letters.

She is a member of the Women’s
National Democratic Club and the
Congressional Club, “but I am not
a born club-woman,” Some of her
time goes to working for the Red
Cross and only infrequently now
she gets in a round of golf,

Modestly: “I am not very good.
I score in the late eighties.” At
that she is as good as her hus
band.

Enviously: ‘He hits a tremend-
ous ball.” Little wonder, He is
6ft. 2in., built in proportion, and
used to be star of Tennessee Uni-
versity football team, and football
in America is really rugged.

Her entertaining is almost con-
tinuous. “It is open house all the
time. Visitors from all over the
country drop in to see my husband.
Everything very informal and
hectic all the time with the chil-
dren and our two cocker spaniels.”

More room at the White House?
“Well, let’s not go into that just
now,” she remarked,

“Hey, Popsy,” she called, and the
tall, white-haired man gazing
fondly at the big picture of Estes
Kefauver turned and walked over.

“Come on, I'll drive you home.
You've got to get some rest before
the party tonight.” And she
walked out with the 81-year-old
father of Senator Kefauver.

He was chuckling to himself.
“Looks as if they're planning to
run Estes for something,” he
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SUNDAY

Why

E left the family going thro
fire in the lounge of the villa,

—because Gracie wanted to think things out before she began talking
It had been a raw, rainy week-end, and the sea was still weav-

ing and snarling angrily over the

But. just as the day seemed about to pull its blinds down, the sun

broke through and the wind died
peaceful.

I could see that Gracie was moved by the quiet beauty and seren-
ity of this late Capri afternoon, that she, too, thought it was a little

symbolic.

I took a look at her as she gazed out across the water at a schooner
heaving in the waves, its sailing lights rising and falling like star shells.
A lovely and remarkable woman at *3, I thought.

There was no make-up on her
face and no lipstick. “It is no
use wearing lipstick when Boris
is around,” she had said. He is
definitely the type that keeps
your hair always looking ruffled.”

There was a calm expression
in the eyes that certainly had not
been there when T had last seen
her in London.

“Here,” she cried suddenly, her
head twisting round, “stop staring
at me like that or I'll call Boris,”

And then the mischievous laugh
went out of her voice as she
brought her mind back to what
she wanted to say.

“I suppose it’s really like this,”
she said. “There comes a moment
in the life of every middle-aged
woman when each time she packs
another suitcase and moves on to
some other place she dies a little.”

‘My Next....’

HE had, she said, been packing

and living out of suitcases since
she was a child.

“I began to think, ‘Look here,

‘

. lass, if you don't find yourself a

place where you can have per-
manent peace and quiet soon, the
next thing that will get packed is
you—in a coffin’. That was one of
the reasons why Boris and I de-
cided. There were other reasons,
of course, but he felt as I did.

“We both needed to put our
roots down in firm ground. Like
me, he has been a guest around
someone else’s place for over 20
years, Well, it can be very nice.

ou see all sorts of things and you
meet people.

“But both of us have got tired
at our age of saying ‘Ooh, isn’t this
a posh move?’ or ‘Isn’t this a
smashing sofa?’

“What we want to say is: ‘That
aspidistra looks terrible, but at
least it’s our very own. And so is
everything else in the house.’ ”

His Sister

PAUSE, when a tiny grey-
haired woman cameout and
handed us a drink.

It was the sister of Gracie’s late
husband Monty Banks, who has
now come to live in the villa at
Capri. Gracie waited until she had
gone, and said: “Of course, you
must not think I felt differently
avout settling down when Monty
was alive. I felt exactly the same.

“Why, I built this new bathing
centre, the Canzone del Mare, with |
a pool and restaurant and a night
club just so that Monty would
have something to keep him busy
and for me something to come
home to,”

She pointed down below to a
heart-shaped pool wedged into
a ledge in the cliff. The water in
the pool was ultramarine, Red,
yellow, and pink tables surround-
ed it,

Last summer it was alive with
brown bodies baking themselves.
Now only a sea bird sat on the
end of the white diving board and
looked very out of place.

“Well there’s the pool,” said

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“We first of all slipped

ae i : . terrace Anto friendship. I found him so
and we went out of to the terrace“. ctning te have eround,”
She giggled suddenly. “You

should have seen some of the

bony rock immediately below us. people I had to stick while they

down-—~and it was suddenly very

As the owner of a brave and
very fierce dachshund, I quickly
told her that all canines were my
friends.

figured out the best way to pro-
pose to me.” She looked me
naughtily in the eye.

“Oh yes, after Monty died I had
several proposals—and proposi-
tions too.

“But Boris just grew on me and
I on him. He bullied me a bit.
He is an independent sort of -
son and if he got bored with? the
company around he just got up
and wandered off, i

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hard. And then I met Boris.

“It didn’t happen at once, You
don’t fall in love at first sight,
when you are 53 and he is 48.

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radio experiments) he just doesn't

“Boris has been on the island think about it,

for 20 years and my very good
friends the Cerios—who are sort
of unecrowned kings of Capri—
have known him closely and liked
him all that time. He lives in a
flat on their property.

“But it was not until a year ago
that I met him. Well, you know
how it is.”

She looked out to sea and was

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and dependable looking.

A special kind of expression
came to Gracie’s face as she saw
him. “He is a pet, isn’t he?” she
said

“Won't it be nice to come home
for me?”

It was quite dark now for Capri
hut the sky was very clear, and it
vas obviously going to be a quiet

d peaceful evening.

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Gracie, “but, unfortunately, Monty
never saw what a success it has
become, And when he died I said
to myself: ‘Oh, heck, it is no use
sitting round here and moping.’ |
really felt like a regular Orphan
Annie. A bit resentful, too, I think
because other people around me
were happy, I just could not settle
down. ,

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and at Monty’s. They were all safe
and sound, either in their own
homes or here in Capri.

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man out, so to speak—was get back
to work. z

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watching the sands of my life
slowly falling away, going from
place to atts again. I was 52...
and I felt it.”

Her Dog

DAMBI, Gracie’s enormous wolf-

dog, dashed towards us across
the terracé and I scuttered for
safety behind Gracie’s skirts. “It’s
all right, Bambi is a real pet,” she
said. “Don’t tell me you

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Sunday, February 3, 1952

CUSTOMS ECNTOD

COU-UraKALION in the Briush Carib-
bean has reached the stage where it is pos-
Sibie SO long as the Co-operators are con-
vinced tal tnere is something to be gained
irom co-operation.

the experience oi the Federated Cham-
bers of Commerce and of the British West
indian Sugar Association ‘support this
Sluatement, it is clear that all members de-
rive beneiits Irom these associations. The
moment that the British Caribbean is
viewed externally whether from London
or irom Uttawa the advantage of other
iorms oi co-operation are clearer to the dis-
lant opserver than to the man on the spot.

it can be stated from a distance with
every degree of conviction and sincerity
that the british Caribbean must federate
or disintegrate; that it must have Customs
Union, or become less significant through
chronic disagreements. It is so obvious to
an outsider that the only way for the Brit-
ish Caribbean to achieve recognition or
status either as political or trading units is
for them to draw closer together. All this
is so obvious from a distance, but at close
quarters conditions are changed and if the
observer happens to be an interested party
in the proposed plans for closer association
his point of view alters with his new in-
terests. He no longer asks: is this good
for the British Caribbean, but is this good
for me? He will be happy to hear that
something is good for Jamaica but if he has
identified himself with the island of Bar-
bados he wants to know first whether Bar-
badian interests have been safeguarded.
Political federation of the British Carib-
bean to-day seems further away than ever,
because no one has yet discovered a for-
mula that will simultaneously kill suspi-
cion and provide multiple benefits for all.
But even without political federation
unanimity of outlook on matters of what
appear to be “common” advantage is pre-
vented by natural caution and common
sense. The common advantages to be gain-
ed from an effective Regional Economic
Committee are sufficiently apparent to be
exempt from the general rule, although the
formation of that Committee represents a
real step on the road towards greater
Caribbean co-operation. Not so apparent
however are the undoubted advantages
that would be gained by the formation of
a British Caribbean Customs Union. Be-
fore this desirable end can be achieved
more than a change of mind and changes
of heart are required. Because potential
participants are not asking what are the
advantages to be gained by the area as a
whole from a Caribbean Customs Union,
but what are we likely to lose from mem-
bership in such a Union?

Until the world is conducted on other
lines than it is to-day, this kind of question
will always be legitimate. It is prudent to
look before you leap.

It is certain that without looking the
consequences of leaping might be disas-
trous. Yet there is between looking and
leaping an undesirable state known as
stagnation.

The question for the potential members
of the British Caribbean Customs Union
to answer is what happens if we stagnate?
Can we maintain the benefits and advan-
tages we now enjoy by retaining the status
quo? The answer might be “yes”, but it
might possibly be no.

Barbados to-day for instance seems
specially well placed to serutinise propos-
als for Customs Union because her present
trade position is favourable. From a Bar-
badian viewpoint the advantages to be
gained from Customs Union seem intang-
ible and vague, but the disadvantages are
real,

In the race to attract industries Barba-
dos is a full field behind Trinidad and sev-
eral behind Jamaica.

Both these islands have large local con-
suming markets and will be able to export
their surpluses to Barbados and other small
islands. Because of their large markets
their overhead costs of operation will be
less than those of a similar industry in
Barbados, and Jamaica. Trinidad and Brit-
ish Guiana all possess raw materials.

Barbados will almost certainly import
ten times as many goods as she will export.

Local employment would be affected by
inter Caribbean competition, which -would
¢hreaten even to-day if local industries
were not protected by the present rates
of duty. Should local industries dis-
appear as a result of inter-Caribbean
competition arising from the proclamation
of a free trade area, Barbados would not
only have more unemployed, but would
find neighbouring “Customs Union” terri-
tories like Trinidad barring Barbadians
from entry in search of employment.

Another disadvantage for Barbados
would result from a tariff rate which in-

creased the duty to be paid on manufac-
tured articles. Producers in Jamaica or
Trinidad will naturally raise the price of
their manufactures to a level only slightly
less than would be charged by producers
outside the Customs Union. Barbados as
an importer would therefore pay more
than at present and the duty it now levies



SUNDAY ADVOCATE :



will be diverted to the producers of Trini-
dad and Jamaica.

Similarly the rice producers of British
Guidna cannot be expected to sell rice at
the price level it would reach if Barbados
abolished duties on rice. Instead rice would
be sold here for just a fraction less than
the price which would have to be paid to
an exporter outside the Union. If Barbados
seems to benefit little from a Customs
Union the position of the Leewards and
the Windwards will be worse.

The disadvantages that will almost cer-
tainly accrue to Barbados as a result of
the unequal competition which will be a
consequence of a tariff designed to encour-
age local industries, are patent.

If it were possible to detail a list of ad-
vantages which would offset Barbados’
probable losses, then a case could be made
out.

Unfortunately the only advantages that
are patent affect the Union as a whole, and
appear to be more heavily weighted in fa-
vour of British Guiana, Trinidad and Ja-
maica than of any of the other potential
members. But the question cannot be left
begging. Barbados possibly can continue
to exist and function on its own outside a
Customs Union and outside a_ political
federation, but the Leewards and Wind-
wards cannot.

Will Barbados derive sufficient compen-
sations as a member of a Customs Union
with international status to offset the
trading disadvantages she seems certain
to experience from that membership? Who
can tell?



For Drivers

THIS week new emblems will be seen
on cars the drivers of which are members
of the Barbados Automobile Association.

Since March 1951 membership of this
association has increased from 94 to 325.
Some of its activities include championship
of third party insurance and the pro-
vision of car park facilities in Bridgetown.
The Association has also achieved federa-
tion with the Automobile Association of
the United Kingdom and hopes soon to be
affiliated with the Automobile Association
of Trinidad.

The Automobile Association of Barbados
has been in existence since 1928 but since
March 1951 it has entered on a new phase
of activity and can play a useful role in
making the roads safe for those who use
them.

A membership of 325 is not good enough
for an island where car owners exceed
three thousand. e

But it is a useful membership and will
no doubt grow as car owners realise what
benefits can be derived from membership
of an automobile association,

Barbados is a small island and thickly
populated but sooner or later all car own-
ers experience flat tyres or engine trouble
on the road, where assistance is not read-
ily available. The provision by the Auto-
mobile Association of a twenty-four hour
recovery and repair service would be a
popular service but the Association needs
many more new members before it can
embark on activities that will increase
expenditure,

The membership of the Association now
costs six dollars per year and extension
of the Association’s activities must depend
on the number of members. So far only
a minority of car owners have joined. Yet
all drivers benefit from its activities. The
provision of an extra car park in Bridge-
town has eased considerably the parking
problems of the City. The placing of mobile
signs during race meetings, cricket matches
and on other occasions is advantageous to
all users of the road. The present cam-
paign the Association is running in an
effort to secure the co-operation of planta-
tion owners in freeing corners of sugar
canes before cutting fields proper, will, if
successful, benefit every driver and cyclist
of Barbados.

This campaign deserves the support of
vestrymen and members of the Legislature.

The Association is also active in advocat-
ing the painting of orange coloured strips
on the road to advise motorists of the pres-
ence of pedestrian crossings. It is constant-
ly pressing for the removal of obstacles to
vision at corners and it is compiling lists
of suggestions aimed at making driving in
Barbados safer and more pleasant.

Another activity of the Automobile
Association is the compilation of a list of
chauffeurs, who are tested for hearing and
sight. Such a list should add to the safety
-of the roads, but it seems incredible that
the Police should not satisfy themselves
of a chauffeur’s ability to see and hear
before licenses are issued. :

The response that car owners have made
to the Automobile Association is fair only.
If the Association is to play a full part in
making the roads more safe and in raising
the standards of road courtesy, then mem-

bership of the Association must be more .

broadly based.

Since the Association exists for the bene-
fit of all car owners and is planning an’
extension of its services to the drivers of’

heavy vehicles, no fault can be laid at their .

door. On the other hand those of us whe
can join but who have not yet joined are
limiting the scope and activities of the
Association. Safe roads will give greater
protection to the island than compulsory
third party insurance.

The Association needs our support.

SUNDAY, FEBRUARY 3, 1952



~The Water You Drink |

ONE of ‘the surest methods a
politician can employ to earn
popularity with his constituents
who live in the country is to. ask
a question about water. “Is the
responsible member of the Exe-
cutive Committee aware that the
residents of X—village have to
walk two miles to the nearest
standpost?” No politician repre-
senting a country district can fail
to get the approval of his con-
stituents by asking such a ques-
tion, even though the allocation
of priority to country standposts
rests with the vestry and not with
the responsible member of the
| Executive Committee.

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The provision of water in Bar-
bados is in competent hands and
| the Chief Engineer has set as his
target “a water supply of suita-
ble pressure and constant flow
to cover the island in such a
manner that no major additions
and alterations will be necessary
a generation after completion.”

That is his target, but the Chie®
Engineer is well aware of the
difficulties that have to be sur-
mounted,

“The water supply of the
island,” he says in an official
report, “is generally speaking at
the present moment at its lowest
ebb. It is only with the great-
est difficulty that the supply is
maintained. The old plant and
pipes are giving up the unequal
struggle and it is early for what
new plant is installed to appre-+
ciably assist.”














































The picture is not however one
of unrelieved gloom. “Improve-
ment, however slow, should
manifest itself in the near fu-
ture.” Under these conditions it is
not surprising that country par-
ishes appear to be neglected and
are often annoyed at the number
of pipes and standposts alloted to
Bridgetown and its suburbs, But
the countryside has nothing like
the same danger from fire risks
that exist in the densely built up
areas of Bridgetown and its sub-
urbs, The main source of supply
for Bridgetown and its suburbs
is Belle pumping station. Here
six million gallons*of water will
eventually be pumped daily. A
new Electric Pumping Station is
to be completed this year. The
question of electrical supply and
permanent standby plant is un-
der consideration by the Water-
works Advisory Committee at
present.

Outside Bridgetown and_ its
suburbs the main sources’ of
supply are Newcastle and College

Springs, Coles Cave, Harrisons’

AMERICAN COLUMN:

By R. M. MacCOLL

Britan’s Foreign Office is
charged by the Washington corres-
pondent of the New York Herald-
Tribune with having “pulled the
rug out from under the feet of
both the British and American
Governments,” through its official
spokesman’s statement watering
down Mr. Churchill’s Washington
pledges on Red China,

“Just as Americans were begin-
uing to fecl « sense of relief that
Britain and the United States were
working together in their policies
towards Korea and Red China, the
Foreign Office throws a monkey
wrench into the machinery.”

And the writer charges: “If the
Communists had agents in the For-
eign Office they could not have
done more than was accomplished
in diluting the strength of the
Churchill pledge.

‘It revives in Congress the im-
pressions that the British are
‘tricky’ — impressions which
Churchill did so much to dispel.”

It is stated that Mr. Churchill
“had been stabbed in the back,”
and fears are expressed that there
is now doubt about the Prime Min-

Our Readers

Trade Plan
To The Editor, The Advocate—

your business subscribers,
Yours truly,
O. H, JOHNSON & CO.,

American Republic Division
Office of International Trade
Washington 25. D.C,

Dee., 13, 1951.

British West Indies Trade Liberali-
zation Plan Expanded and
Modified

As a result of negotiations be-
tween the United Kingdom and
Canadian Governments, and sub-
sequent discussions between the
Jnited Kingdom and United States
Governments concerning the
U.K. — Canadian revised plan,
there will be a modification fn the
operation .of the British West In-
dies Trade Liberalization Plan.
The most significant modification,
insofar as United States exporters
are concerned, is the abolition of
the commodity list and quotas
(see our BIS release, Revision
No, 1, December, 1950, Effective
January 1, 1952, the participating
colonies—Jamaica, Trinidad, Bar-
bados, British Guiana, British
Honduras, Leeward Islands, Wind-
ward Islands, and Bahamas
Islands—will be furnished a quan-
tity of dollar exchange, over and
above normal dollar requirements
for essential imports, with which
Yo purchase United States goods.
The type of goods purchased will
be at the discretion of the indi-
vidual colonies and will consist of
items which, in the opinion of
the colonial authorities, will be
ef most value to the individual
local economy. The revised Plan
is, in effect, an extension of the
individual colony's already ex-
isting import license programme
which will permit the importa-
tion to the extent of the addi-
tional dollar exchange allocated
to the colonies of commodities not
considered essential under the
regular import programme and
heretofore not ordin:zily imported
from a dollar area,

*
This approach was adopted by

the United States
for a two-fold reason:

Government
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4
By George Hunte

and Bakers Springs;
bowmanston stream.
Newcastle and College Springs

ana

Supply the parish of St. Philip
and augment the “supply from
Beile Pumping Station to Bridge-
town. Coles Cave, Harrison's

and Bakers springs assist the sup-
ply to St. Thomas and ‘the north
of ,St.. Michael... Bowmanston
Stream is responsible for nearly
two-thirds of the island, practi-
cally all except Bridgetown and
its suburbs.

Under existing plans for re-
organisation Neweastle and Col-
lege Springs will continue to
supply St. Philfp and will cover
the coastline from Martin's Bay
northwards to Cattlewash, re-
lieving the sea shore of the ex-
cessive pressure to which it is
subjected at present. Coles Cave,
Harrison’s and Baker Springs wil!
be taken out of commission al-
together as it is a small supply

that is. liable to contamination.
Its output will then penetrate
down throue’ the coral ‘to the

benefit of the sheet water under
Belle Pumping Station. “The old
steam engines and pumps instal-
Jed. at Bowmanston in 1890 and
1900," writes the Chief Engineer
in an official report, “are literally
falling to pieces, and the work of
the former has lecen replaced by
two electrical submersible pumps,
fixed under water at the bottom
of the well. These are being as-
sisted by boosting through a third
electrical pump fixed in the Bow-
manston reservoir.”

The 1900 steam pumps cannot
he superannuated completely
until it is known whether and
where an additional water sup-
ply of adequate quantity ‘and
quality can be obtained. A
mobile boring. plant ‘has just ar-
rived and will be used to deter-
mine whether another .source is
available.

If so, this should prove much
more economical and satisfactory
than pumping additional water
from the Bowrmanston stream,
which is discoloured. after heavy
ram in the northern part of St.
John. The Everton steam engines
and pumps erected in 1935 will
act as standby to the whole elec-
trically operated system of Bow-
manston in ¢ase of stoppage of
@lectric power as the result of
hurricane or other trouble,

The North and West Coasts of
Barbados are to get more water.
A.well has been sunk into the
sheet water between Farm and
Mullins in St. Peter and water
will be pumped direct into the
existing TOSERY OH, at Warleigh.

Whitehall ‘Spanner In Works’

ister’s ability to. make good speci-
fie pledges.

CHIROPODY

DR. E. G. BUSKE, president of
the Wisconsin Society of Chiropod-
ists comes up with a brandnew
charge about TV. He says it is giv-
ing children bad feet because they
spend so much time sitting watch -
ing it’ that their feet do not get
enough exercise,

CRITICS
THE FILM COMPANY con-
cerned with the handling of “Tom
Brown’s Schoolcdays” *in the U.S.
writes to point out that while «
New York newspaper did “pan”
the film, as I reported, many other
papers and magazines have given
it an excellent reception. I am only

too pleased to hear it.

MEMORIES

A FANTASTIC and rocket-like
career of the roaring '20s is re-
called with the death in Covington.
Kentucky, of 73-year-old George
Remus.

Remus snatched eagerly at the
opportunities of Prohibition, He
went to Cincinnatti
pyramided a bootlegging business
which at its peak made £5,000 a

Say ne

aveid discrimination in the selec-

tion of commodities including in
SIR,—The attached information the Plan and (2) to permit maxt-
supplied by Department Of Com- â„¢um utilization of the dollars al-
merce Washington will no doubt located to the cofonies bearing in
be of great interest to many of Mind the existing and potential
certain commodities
included. in the
The amount ot
additiona] dollu; exchange avail-
DEPARTMENT OF COMMERCE able to all participating colonies
for imports from the United States
approximately
was
available under the Plan. in 1951;
total cost of U.S. exports. under
ted to

scarcity of
which are how
commodity list,

in 1952
double

will, be

the amount . which

the Plan in 1952 is exp
be $5° million, Information con-
cerning the share of each colony
in the division of the $5 million
is not available,

Canadian participation in the
revised Plan for 1952 will follow
the Jines laid out in the original
Plan, with the commodity list
being expanded and the per-
centages for commodities on the
“B” list being raised from 331/3
per cent to 40 per cent.

O, H. JOHNSON & CO.,

Bridgetown,
28th January 1952,
31/1/52.



* The Empire Must’ Not
Break Up?
To The Editor, The Advocate—

SIR,—Kindly allow me te hark
back to Lord Beaverbrook’s
article on this subject, which

you published in last Sunday’s
links up to some
extent with my contribution with
the caption “Besmirched”, which
appeared two days earlier,
because—as I hold—the method
of holding the Empire together
and maintaining its good name
which I suggested is not only
superior to Lord) Beaverbrook’s
but the only one that will do so

in the present changeful and
critical period in international
affairs.

That is, may I repeat, the

cheerful recognition of the rising

tide of national feeling and
aspirations on the part of the
smaller peoples and _ British
Colonies, and the provision of
friendly conferences and conces-
sions, followed by fresh building

tn harmony with that spirit
those aims.
Here is a

anc

central paragraph

and there ,

boscobelle, Speightstown and tbe }
lower part of St. Lucy will bene-
fit. The electric submersible}
pumps are. expected soon and}
will be brought into use as
quickly as possible. Pipes have
been ordered for the East Coast
with the intention of providing
anew main which will run on
the top of the cliff from Parish
Hill to Edge Cliff and will drop
dewn the eliff to join the old main
at the Southern end of the cab-
bage Palm avenue above Foster
Hall. This main will circumvent
the slipping hill sides above
Glén Burnie and Foster Hall.
At Seawell airport where pas-
sengers arriving in Barbados for
the first tume had been unfavour-
ably impressed by the water
available-for lavatory use, a new
main has been laid connecting
with the Fort George system.

Over 10 miles of 3-inch and 4-
inch diameter pipes are on order
and have started to arrive. These
pipes will make possible the erec-
tion of more standposts, The new
arterial main system covering
Bridgetown and its suburbs, in
20-inch, 18-inch and 15-inch di-
ameter pipes is well advanced.
The 18-inch main from Belle to
Codrington Research Station has
reached its destination at the top
of Spooners Hill. It will eventu-
ally continue in smaller diameters
to the Lazaretto where it will
connect with the existing West
Coast main.

“But there is still much investi-
gation,” writes the Chief Engin-
eer in his official report’ to be
undertaken in the distribution
system of Bridgetown and _ its
suburbs. Many of the mains are
now too small due to residential
and commercial development,
resulting in pressures too low-for
adequate fire fighting in case of
conflagration. Other residential
developments have no water ser-
vice at all.

The supply to Bridgetown and
its suburbs needs revision as a
comprehensive unit, and the new
arterial main system is the back-
bone to such a unit.”

The difficulties are many: “the
water supply of the island is
generally speaking at its lowest
ebb;”’ but a general and steady
improvement is being made. e
people of Barbados and the poli-
ticlans who keep a watchful eye

no major addition or alterations
will be necessary for a generation
after completion.”

day. His personal fortune was esti-
mated at £7,000,000, The swimming
pool alone at his sumptuous home
cost #35,000.

But in October of ’27 he shot
ond killed his wife. There followed
a very long murder trial, and after
that—-because the Remus lawyers
had pleaded insanity—legal squab-
bles about the state of his mind.

The fortune went almost as
quickly as it had come. In his last
years “the King of the Bootleg-
gers” lived with his memories in
one room of a boarding house.

Enter MacA

THE NAME of General Mac-
Arthur was entered today for the
Illinois primary election by Mr.
Lars Daly, of Chicago, director of
the MacArthur for President Club.
Also entered are Senator Robert
Taft (“Mr. Republican”), and Mr.
Harold Stassen, another Republi-
can leader. Polling: April 8.

Primary elections choose candi-
dates for the party conventions
which in turn nominate one man
to stand for president.

General Eisenhower's
-down for the New
primary on March 11.

name its
Hampshire

from Beaverbrook: —

-“There is no doubt the Empire
“is damaged. Great territories
“and industrial and commercial
‘assets are dropping away to the

“accompaniment of hoots and
“jeers from mobs inflamed wit!
“hatred.”

Here is another, the remedy
suggested at the end’ of the
article: —

“Britain must not lose the

“the Empire, The British people | -

“must not lose the will to defend |

“it. They can only guard what is
“left by re-asserting their will.

“they will no longer tolerate out-
“side nations or international
“bodies playing forfeits with
“British rights and property.”

Is it not clear that the writer
of this last paragraph, in fact the
whole article, is not keeping step
with the changing times? Is it not
very plain that he does not
recognise that the old methods of
possession and control, military
economic, administrative, are no
now suitable and efficient, and
must give way to friendly accep
tance of the newsprint and con-
ciliatory concessions?

Further, I think it is quite
clear _that.to a very large exten: |
the ‘Empire, ean. be maintaine: }
and carried’ on with increasin: |
New Commonwealth” |
the name of that very fine |
Monthly Journal whieh has }
taken the place of the old “Crown | |
Colonist”. Common ideologies, | (
ways of living, frequent visita) }
tions, co-operation in the

improvement of material condi- 1}
tions “and moral culture, the |)
extension of local government

— to ue

even the increasing use of English |
as a lingua generate, are ihe}
strongest bonds to hold people
together. This is being chi |
illustrated today by the addition |
of new Dominions to the Com- |
monwealth and by the conferring |
of increasing independence and
local governing responsibilities in |
various parts of the Empire,}
including the West Indies, and it
is remarkable that at the
moment Britain should _ have }
stood up so rigidly against Persia |)
and Egypt {{





Yours truly, \
F. G.












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By ROSE-MARY SANDS

~4 VAULU2\ iLisk and Music

Hall tnrive in Britain 1 provaply
jargely due to the fact tnat from
infancy every London child is ac-
customed to see entertainers o!
all sorts in the streets around nim:
in the gutter, on the corners, in
fairs and market places. Some,
jike Punch and Judy, the ftire-
eater, the eoscapologist and the
hurdy-gurdy he now sees infre-
quently, but the accordionist, the
singer, the harmonium playér an.
the violinist he knows as well cs
he comes to know the policeman
who moves on all the entertainers
—known and unknown.

Street entertainers are vaude-
ville in embryo, and in decay.
They are professional entertainers
in-season and with opportunity,
although for quite a number of
them their days on the Stage are
finished and their only livelihood
lies in their appeal to the loyal
and sentimental publie of the
Streets, but whether they are full-
time street entertainers or only
on the “beat” between engage-
ments in circus, music halls, or oc-
casional television, their ethics
towards each other are the same.
Amongst this fraternity is no
“dog-eat-dog”, but a tolerance
and courtesy they never use
amongst their profesisonal stage
or circus comrades. No street
entertainer starts his performance
until the “turn” before has
finished and collected and cleared
away; none would cut-in on
another or “jump” the queue
another was working.

To see street entertainers you
need go no farther than the
cinema and thestre queues. On
Sundays, cinemas in London open
mid-afternoon and in fine weather
there are short queues for the
cheaper seats. Here is the happy
henting ground for _ buskers.
(Street entertainers be come
“buskers” when they work
queues.)

The one-man band, the funny
man with jokes and patter, dodg-
ing the traffic to oblige with
his tap-dance; the paper-tearer
making tablecloths and ladders
and flowers from coloured sheets
of tissue-paper; these people re-
ceive no particular consideration
either from the traffic, passer-by
or gold-braided commissionaire
outvide the c:nema, but have to get
and hold their audience, and have
the cap passed round in less than





Ses HOW GRIM
TO BE MARRIED
CoE NGT TS |

By GEORGE MALCOLM THOMSON

o> A

THOMAS CARLYLE: The life

and Idea of a Prophet. By
Julian Symons. Gollancz. 2\1s.
308 pages,

Having discarded one half of
the religion of his Calvinistic
fathers, Thomas Carlyle made
himself the prophet of the other
half. He descended on London in
the thirties of last century to
preach the virtues of work and
silence.

He brought with nivi a sense
of mission, a clever wife and a
tendency to constipation.

He was afflicted by noise, fools poo

and the popular superstitution
that man’s chief aim in life is
the pursuit of happiness. He dis-
liked Tories (especially the
“Hebrew conjuror” Disraeli).
Liberals (especially the windbag

Glaastone), the idle rich and the
lazy poor. The whole “literary
eanaille” he looked upon with

contempt. "

DICKENS was a good, cheery
little fellow whose theory of life
was utterly wrong. He thought
men ought to be buttered up!
Still, Dickens was worth some-
thing—say a penny, to read of
an evening.

TENNYSON was tolerable,
because he was a big man and a
powerful smoker. He was the
only English poet of the age
whom Carlyle did not advise to
try prose instead,

Action, revolution, a complete
sweeping away of the accumu-

1952



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five minutes for another is wait-
ing to work the queue whilst it
exist and hag money to spare.

The theatre queues attract the
“ex-pro” who will treat the
amused and patient onlooker and
theatre-goer to his version of the
famous soliloquy shortly to be
heard inside in all its pomp and
splendour. The busker’s attempt,
an many cases, lacking only the
youthful fire and velvet robe. The
theatre queues also get the funny
men and Bango Charlie with his
Spoons, but the old, old man who
Btocd on a bucket, head down in
the middle of the street must
either have taken up a job more
6uitable to his age. or have run
out of buckets.

Times change, and the taste of
patrons changes with it. Why,
for example, should the fire-eater
have given up his job preferriny
to go and work in a brewery?
What can the making of beer hold
for a man who can dowse fire in
his mouth and emit it as black
smoke? Whe could chew glass
and swallow it? Who could
swallow a sword? One likes to
think that only the promise of a
regular weekly pay packet would
seduce such a talented entertainor
from amongst us for certainly, the
nassageway between Wigmore
Street end Oxford Street—in a
@mall square by the fishmonger,
is the poorer and no other “re-
eater has arisen to renlace him

Until last summer, when the
police got more active than usual
and the local council decided to
neaten and make a formal garden
of it, the square of the siree.
entertainers was immediately be-
hind Trafalgar Square, bordered
by a public house and the statuc
of the great actor, Henry Irving.
Any day, spring, summer and
early autumn you could have join-
ed the large crowd of clerks
typists, “nothing-particular-to
do”, shoppers and odd men out,
who, on their way to lunch, o1
strolling before the next job,
passed the time of day watching
the entertainers. New for that
type of Londoner was the girl with
red hair, who painted. She at-
tracted an interested and re-
cherché crowd and earned a
reasonable livelihood that way
with no commission to pay a
gallery and plenty of publicity.
At her heels was. the pavement
artist. He proved that all his work

was what Carlyle looked for.
The Chartist movement caught
his eye. Hope for England lay

there perhaps. ;

On the day of the promised
uprising of the people, he set out
manfully from his house in
Cheyne Row. Unfortunately, he
forgot to take his umbrella and
the rain began. After sheltering
for a little in Burlington Arcade
the philosopher of revolution
took the bus home,

In any case, he was now so
foolish as to think that the people,
r wretches could govern
themselves. They were as bad as
the aristocracy of whom Carlyle
said, with savage irony. “What
do those highly beneficial indi-
viduals do to society for their
wages? Kill partridges, Can this
last? No, by the soul of man,”
etc,, etc.

s * %
When his brother John, who
was travelling physician to a
countess, ventured to argue that

he had not seen enough of the
aristocracy to understand them,

the prophet’s eye flashed, “No,
perhaps not, sir. I was never
attached to any Nobleman or

noble woman in capacity of
flunkey or in any ménial capacity
whatever. The doctor, crushed
and penitent, sent his brother a
length of tweed for a suit.

But brother John was in the
end justified. For Carlyle fells
under the spell of the formidable
Lady Ashburton, frequented her

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MONCKTON MILNES: THE
FLIGHT OF YOUTH. By

James Pope-Hennessy. Con-
stable. 25s, 272 pages.
THE life of Monckton Milnes
(born 1809, Mayfair; died 1885,
Vichy) is the story of a dille-
tante and a failure, The first
(and better) volume of Pope-
Hennessy's frank biography of
this Victorian notable was en-
titled The Years of Promise.
The second is called The Flight
of Youth. For youth has flown,
but promise has not been real-

ised

What, asks the
reader, did Monckton Milnes
really do? As much (the an-
swer may be) as any son of a
rich manufacturing family with
7,500 acres of land and a rent-
roll of £11,000 a year can be
expected to do.

In that case, why should he
have impressed himself on his
age to the extent that he did?
There are several reasons. He
was the rejected suitor of Flor-

ence Nightingale. He was kind
to struggling genius, like Swin-
burne. He collected famous
men, like Carlyle. He was a
social entrepreneur, who gath-
erec at his famous breakfast
parties distinguished personali-
ties who would not otherwise
have met one another.
‘Glib, pushing’

He had some talent. One of
his poems has reached the Ox-
ford Book of English Verse.

LIBRARY LIST

MONTROSE, By C. V.
Wedgwood, Collins, 7s. 6d.,
158 pages. Montrose, a Scot-



was his own by chalking, then ‘secret heart of hearts, gloatingly
and there, a storm at sea, in pastel, hope that this time, something
and London soot. The entertain- will go a little wrong and yonn..»
ers proper were of two kinds—a will not be able to do his ese...
feat of strength and a feat of quite alone. The more, cynical
daring and the crowd loved both and experienced amongst us know
indiscriminately. that the hope is forlorn, The
The act of strength consisted of trick holds yet again. The chain
a stout piece of rope and twelve is thick and well turned, the knots
willing members of the audience heavy and tight—and yet, as eve:
whose job it was to try and (for it is his job) Johnny escapes;
strangle the gentleman they were writhing, twisting and making o
paying to entertain them. Ac ~-n great upheaval, giving the crowds
extra precaution, the collection their money’s worth—be it copper
was made before the rope war or silver.
twisted round the neck. Six me» Naturally, the king of the
on each end then put their whole escapologists would not be exvect-
weight on it and the muscles on ed to bow his knee before official-
the neck of the daring man quite dom's; Nav: removed his West
unnerved the faint-hearted in the End playground. He has easily
crowd. His wife, however. as- escaped to Petticoat Lane where,
sured us that he could do this ~ although the purse= are thinner,
dozen times a day; that he regu- the gusto is as great and the pér-
larly did it all winter in the cirews. formances as regular.

and that they would be on the whe street musicians are a
road by evening heading for one yegular part of London’s enter-
of the fairs being nr out Of ‘tainment. Win and Bill, who sing
London. They ran their own car. and play in the shopping centres

The act of daring is Johnny of Oxford Street and Charing
Tucker, the escapologist. He 1s Cross Road; Win so crippled in

puzzled



sh Presbyteri, p-
introduced by his partner as the body and so healthy in lungs. man, ecidi&e tna poet erent
man who cannot be kept tied up The accerdionists of all ages—the his life’ in serving the
in a sack—no, not even when that rare barrel organ, nowadays with-

‘tuarts and lost it through

sack is tied with sixty feet of link out, the mournful velvet-jacketed them. Story of a noble mis-

chain, A sack is produced and monkey who stole hearts and take.

Jonnny steps in, ‘tne ‘cords are pennies with equal ease. Unem- HOW TO LIVE 100
tied tightly and the chains whip- ployea musicians take to the YEARS. By Luigi Cornaro.
ped round him to the terrified gutters, but seldom does one see ‘Health for All.” 5s., 93
pleasure of the youngest in the a pair of college-trained violinists pages. Four centuries ago
crowd. Then comes the first ex- sueh as haunted the select alley an Italian nobleman wrote
hortation. Can we stand mute by a church in Regent Street. this book of instructions.

and with our hands folded whilst They advertised on placards on He almost proved it right

Johnny faces death — or worse? their backs that although they by living into his niney-
The cap is passed from hand to would like employment their ninth year.

hand and the second exhortation reason for playing in public was MY FELLOW DEVILS.
starts, Is a man’s possible demive ¢o give the passers-by an oppor- By L. F. Hartley. James
worth only a copper—a f.rthing, tunity of hearing Johannn Sebas- SSerses 12s. 6d., 413 pages.
a cent? If, for a moment, one tian Bach and Mozart played by Miah distinguished, its
amongst us had thought to see a professional players! Their music GHting , tedious, its iheme
street entertainer as part of Lon- was very sweet and doubtless a the the neing — a novel on
den’s free offerings to increase the far-sighted impresario snapped up - threadbare topic of con-
gaiety of nations, our disillusion- their talents. version,

ment is complete. The scathing London has retained, even in
tongue and well-worked_invective this dulled industrial age, some-
cgainst those at the edge of the thing of the gaiety and colour that
crowd who wish to see but do not was hers, by repute, when
wish to contribute might be bear- Chaucer’s tales were told and
able if, at that moment, Johnny, visiting jesters and troubadours
prone on the ground and hideously invented their tales of wit and
chained, did not elect to give a beauty. London is a traditional
groan and mighty heave. At last town and through the years the
the final copper has been flung traditions are winnowed; but the
on to the stones; the final silver street entertainer stay perennial-
sixpence carefully taken by the ly fresh and alive with the »ge-
waiting wife and child. The big cla belief still in their minds—
moment is upon us and not one that a laugh deserves silver and
in the crowd who does not, in his silver buys food and lodging.

i ,

He spoke pompously in Parlia-
ment for liberal causes, hoped
in vain for office. Each speech,
said Disraeli, was worse than
the one before, He was an in-
riguer and a gossip. He kept
his friends, but not their con
fidences,

A faint air of absurdity clings
to him. The liking of ‘his ac-
Quaintances stopped short of
admiration, Carlyle found him
“a most bland, smiling, semi-
quizzical, affectionate, high-
bred, Italianised little man who
has long olive-blond hair, a
dimple, next to no chin.” Black-
woods Magazine dismissed him



Jane was the harder-hearved
and more perceptive of the two,

She Te oo, It oe : “glib, Nena eaeng, con-
household do © unhappi- dent, unabashed.”
ness, yet it seemed ee if Failure
either would have been more Hardl tet

y y a monarch in Europe
nappy aT tees rPate, Wee could review his troops but
ane qa i omas ere d wi Monckton Milnes would be
extravagance and sincerity, toate in his Yorkshire militia

»< gq Uniform.

sake ian neice on this The chief crisis in this second
earnest tempestuous Victorian half of his life is semi-comic,
menage, laying more emphasis Time is the closing stages of the

Crimean War; Milnes is happily
married; accepts political fail-
ure but is not reconciled to it
He said: “The worst part of
failure is the envy of the suc-
cessful. It is impossible to be
just at once to them and to our-
selves,”

Feeling that he must hpve
some reward for his political
services, Milnes sought a peer-
age, ‘the token of a half-suc-
cess in life’—for his father, It
was not>the first time he had
tried to confer such a benefit.

After an earlier effort, Pee!
had once written to him, “Out
of respect of your father, I ad-
vise him to retain the distinc-

than is usual on its comedy, He
her for years, refused to see how holds the balance evenly between
the association pained his wife, Man and wife, He is sympha-
Jane and began to think that in thetic but not reverent. He
the aristocracy might, after all, writes to a nice length,

lie England’s hope. PANZER LEADER. By Gen-
eral Heinz Guderiven. Michael
Joseph. 35s. 528 pages.

This is a book whiah shouri
be read and pondered by all
tempted to _— a In

; this famous erman tank gen-
that Jane looked eral’s account of his war they
will find plenty of reasons to
pause and think again.

*

The sardonic apostle of work
even wrote of Lady Ashburton’s
“grand and noble endurance of
want of work.” He did not mean
to be funny.

No wonder
on the friendship with sour
sarcasm and a jealousy which
she was not woman of the world
enough to hide—and which any
man but a_ philosopher would
have detected.

It is on the face of it an honest
record by a man who is temper-

amentally incapable of seeing tion of not being a baronet.”
The servant problem was a any problem save from the Ger- He sulked
constant plague. One maid, man point of view, Russian This time, through Palmer-
whom Jane had trusted, not only atrocities, the Anglo-American — ston——and after immense lobby-
gave rowdy parties, but was “air terror’, the hanging of jing by Milnes—a letter was sent

delivered of an illegimate child Keitel and Jodi after Nuremberg
in the house. A scene of supreme — a, ber pean with
drama was a controlle ndignation py one
, as DAFECWAY AVG us went biMily off to attach
“While she was in labour in Poland and was disgusted by the
the small room at the end of aggression on Russia only because
the dining-room, Mr. Carlyle it was a strategic blunder.

was taking tea in the dining~ Hitler’s chief blunders, as seen
room with Miss Jewsbury talk— by Guderian:

to the elder Milnes in York-
shire. He was an upright, level-
headed Unitarian, who, without
consulting his family sent the
Prime inister a note cour-
teously declining the peerage.

Disraeli noted the son's “des-
pair” and (wrongly) attributed
the refusal to old Milnes’s de-

to him!” ‘ sire ify hi >| ilnes
Conscious of her unused FAILING to attack the British at tind oat sano ts eee
talents, her fading looks, her _, Dunkirk? ; ! Pd

made matters worse by derid-
ing the notion that the peerage
was offered in recognition of his
son's merits,

The wound festered for seven
years when Milnes his father

weakened hold on the contuma- FAILING to attack Gibraltar

cious genius she had married, through Spain;

Jane gave herself up to self-pity ids

end’ Wespiehrass. When in ATTACKING Russia;

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adulation with which the wives Moscow until the campaign in

being dead, received a barony
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They Called Him Lord
Tattle Of Scandal

By George Maleolm Thomson

PAGE NINE










MARMITE |

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_There was however a less-
known side of Milnes apart
ftom’ the public work which

Queen Victoria recognised with
a peerage. The Dictionary of
National Biography demurely
ances at it. “He had many
ine tastes and some coarse
ones.” His first biographer d
that genealogical histories, ra
German treatises, a wonder
collection of criminal




e
ful
trials
were “but a few of the subjects

iNustrated in his unique
library.”

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Milnes ‘gathered together in

Fryston, his Yorkshire seat, one
of the most complete porno-
graphic libraries in Europe, Be-
fore leaving for church on a
Sunday morning, he would
genially indicate to his guests
the choicer items in an astound-
ing collection which, among
other “treasures” included the
works of the Marquis de Sade

Milnes’s chief adviser in ob-
taining such books was a

yehopathic Englishman livin;
n Paris named Fred Hankey,
son‘of a general. This macabre
individual (thought to have
died in an asylum) had the
head of “some emaciated anc
ecstatic young priest” and man-
ners of exquisite sweetness. He
had a taste for cruelty, but
thought it wicked to kill ani-
mals for food. One of the vol-
umes in his library in Paris wa
bound in human skin

Hankey became known t
French authors, who spread the

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clear, was half-corrupted be-
fore he reached the shelves a
Fryston,

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amiable man, whose characte
had a curious streak, Jame
Pope-Hennessy conducts an in-
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world, with glimpses of some of
its darker corners.

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Committee-man or in as fits are enhanced. And indeed, in |
I rather like the Canadian the case may be is instance, even more so in the |
- mr 4 e approach to this question. The Why? Because the S« terests of the mech — ee
¢ | § t Ganadian Boy Scouts Associa- is looking after your boy or your Federation of the est Indies;
Major Griffit h Ss Broac cas jtion requires the existence of neighbour’s b bo I ithout casting any reflection , Seid 7a) _ to nee aD one
the Group Committee first and will b ve - mar OMoerroy ian and statesman I am | Stars inde ie skit of Pundit Tabore,
Major J. E. Griffith, Island Scout Commissioner gave the Group afterwards. With us, What manner of ma | he be ‘ ined to believe that fed- | 7° /S% mpst famous Astrologer, who bY | -
} , Serie Friday sht on the meth- patterned om the English way, Onc he ( y, a n more likely te be appiying the
a broadeast over Rediffusion on Friday night on th the Group is first formed and credit to his island } e one to achieved in the hearts and minds | ancient saigeee to
ods of Scouting then the Scoutmaster tries to fill the places of those who now and deeds of the youth of the | sil mae
This was the second of a series of broadcasts to awaken establish a Group Committee, manage affairs? Or one for whom colonies — and portion a 2 ble reputa-
interest in the move me nt. generally failing to do so, The the community h _no use, a Scout youth who ean and ise | ton’ The a
I t t onus of selecting the Scoutmas- wastrel, a parasite? The answer regard ideas of fear, distrust and jeuracy « is
ab s tay 5 ~ wy - â„¢ ts a ters now falls on the already depends on what manner of boy jealousy as a result of embracing ened poocti-
nat + ed ee tease A om ar burdened Assistant Commis- he is today and for that you are the principles which Scouting-80 | cif advice cou-
iieds—ana 1 promis i to dea sioner unable to give this mat- responsible. Look to it! worthily fosters. Good seta) ) in his
with the Methods it employs t ter the attention it deserves. The Chief to Barbados! eo
achieve and attain these Aims and This may account for the large In the few minutes left I would aa | lation. Finances,
Objects when next I had the priv- number of Troops which start meenttads cent . ie’) Aameabaeialk ae Love’ - affairs,
ilege of addressing you through the and then mushroom-like fade ree, b ae aaa ion t . Ss nmer Schools | Friends, Tuamies,
hice of Rediffusion “way after a few months. In the "Ow very busy preparing for two ul | tteries, ntl
weer. OF SOG UaC” , aa A . Q very importomt events in the i ave aster .
Briefly I would repeat, if only 40 years of local Scouting wg history of local Scouting the In En land sen people
r eb it of those who may be Groups have been registered, eM a a . 4 | the world over.
Rect ne ah ever a for the but today there are only 38 on Visit of the Empire's Chief Scout, ‘S George yoke
rst time, that Sc fling - for it the Register. Where are the 62? ee aren eee the gree Details of two important Sum- of New omahore must possess some sort |
object the providing of a balaneec Scout Council able visit of a Contingent of mer Schools at English Universi- | of second-sight
autem ot eat ition, physical! Se ‘ ‘ Scouts to the Ist Caribbean Jam- ties are now available at The} To popularise his system Tabore will
. 7 . Lastly, there is the Island how being held in J : i Re . * + |send you FREE your Astral Interpreta-
mentally, morally, spiritually, to Council—the body charged with ee ing n Jamaica in British Council, Wakefield,’ | {Gn if you forward him your full name
supplement in the matter’ of looking after the several L. As., March, Whitepark. (Mr. Mrs. or Miss), address and date of in ghing,
"TE } i ‘ - = You w ave the pleasure anc 4 °rsi itt vy yourse’ oO
CHARACTER the acme? ar with promoting Scouting through- : u ee ie ple a ul € and = University of cy es ales at ately wet ae be gas A HO ing ur
ns ef the ced / so Ne ° out the island and with admin~ Privcse o 1 ae “enact Gt =e te ? wo Se te ste Re, | Bostaze ete,, but send 1/- Jn Betis Ms ya Wave ig Ns of Asthma or] J. I. had lost 40 Ibs., suffered cough-
mate aim being the crea ny u istering the Branch. His Excel- pee : g th I Chief Scout lems o ritain’s sonomiic ad | Postal Order for stationery, te ae t oO had that you choke | ing, choking and strangling every
citizenry happy in mind, healthy 7 _ cal Chief curing h ix days sojourn in our covery.” Among the subjects to | and other interesting literature. d ois 100 ete Ni can't sie rit couldn't Bleep. expected to die.
dy and efficient } ready to lency the Governor as local Chief t the f ! thiet “¢ ‘ ic H be amazed at the remarkable accuracy | tough po hard you feet Ike | MENDACO stopped Asthma spasms
in body and efficient anc ady , Scout presides over this august it is the fix ime a Chie be treated are the Economic 1s> lof his statements about you and your jw king Pupeain a? dio you | frat night and he bas had note since
gender: service to Godby servics body which also has a President Scout il be doing so. The tory of Great Britain 1945-952, | gains. Write now as this offer may not | yonT We ats tikahle tar Weeki. dnd eave Lis OVE TWO Yaare
"coutine mete js based on the LORD ROWALLAN a Chaifman of Exeeutive Com- : a a Ves nee “I at ten i 1 ae oe wn nai Pi ta NABORE. eet ahh Ceepar Forjett | pis moe ag ( \ Pm he ee a Mon Soe Gyarantes ba
c 1 ased OF e eit ‘ mem- t barbados W Loe uu each alsation. Economic ar ane ey : a. Postage to India how le ea 6 gut The very first dose of MENDAC
principle of decentralisation; on in competition; the latter ensures â„¢tte* ae nusaiee of ssenta- time it for just one day. I Fiscal Policy; Problems of Inter- | Steet. Bombay %, ere Nit oan at ONG SUE econ right to work circulating
the placi : accep- that he can be of servi bers which inelude representa 3 : is 4 cents through your blood and helping na-
the placing of trust and the accep~ that he can be of service to others tives of the Ghurch and of Youth invite you to be present ut any national Economic Relation, the turerid you of the effects of Asthma.
tance of responsibility. The Scout as occasion arises. Further these Bodies in the island. tion possible for you Economics of the “Welfare State” wh — — . In no time at all MENDACO may
is always on his hon Badges often lead the way to fu- ” W.L. Jamboree nd British Economie Thought and A easily make you foel years younger
B.P., as our Founder"!s familiarly ture careers, Much mischief is . ’ Setar 7 ale and stronger, Try MES under
; enn ‘he onte f id AM Apart from these administra- I referred to the visit to Policy. There are also lectures an iron-clad money back guarantee.
called, based the Scout Movement ‘he outcome of idleness: the Scout 4i) 2" odies there ig yet another he Jamboree as probable und tutorials on special economic | You be the judge. If you don't foel
on the Patrol System because this occupies his spare time in useful _ os . ‘ A ee . ’ lectures and isits seas ,} entirely well, ike a new person, and
em satisfied the ‘gang’ instinct activity—qualifying for Badges and very necessary panel of rt : which for about an and lec ere. See 2 eat ! j ee ies fully satisfied after taking MEN-~
h leads boys to combine ih Auxiliary to the Patrol System helpers in the person of Instruc- months was considered covering a wide range of genera : } vl fren oney breathing | DACO just yen the empty pack-
eet 401 . s har: nd the Cour H ‘and in. tors and Badge Examiners. certainty is now in doubt subjects, | na brit And wteop the first night | fee and th 1 purchase price will
‘secret societies’ sometimes harm- id the Court of Honour and in- (° avi Tha sendtial 7 } the fi nite nde . MEN DACO from
>, sometimes not so. Scouting deed of eaual importance in These are for the most part pro- because of the very recent The University of Oxford Sum feel yeurs younger | 0° Teles a hae “ho'w
ve Doe de nected Scouting is the help given by lay fessional men and women. They innouncement by Messrs. mer School is on “Britain and the | ell you sleep tonight and how much
2s this method to canalise such Scouting is the help given by lay 7 =o 1 =? a 2 WwW teas 41 a Medern World.” The course will } No Asthma in 2 Years better you will feel tomorrow, The
instinet to good purpose as distinct from Scout folk, This ive Bortures: and prion at... B.W.LA. Ltd, that the very w sn Brit a oD Cate Can : | MENDACO. nat only brings almost | Wifeta ates
The basis of thls system is eust~ is where vu, my listeners, come vans SUb}eS ae Te a uated rien Sa Beliey In ihe hed of Com: {ff YOu are specially invited ff) joc ioni iri aulien aie, | Memedlengo tsi."
a . s own show. in . s y uly has now been apprecia- . ‘ ne By itisedne’ stthma rch °
The “Patrol Lender oe ‘oaly leads : Badges. A Scoutmaster may not ly raised. At any rate the monwealth and Colonial Problems, to attend the Monthly {| ke, F Ends Asthma ye Br tis Hay Fe
in skill and competence but by Here I pass from Methods to examine his own boys for stich imber which was expected Economic Development and Meeting of the Shop-
personal example. It is usually the Needs—our needs, the needs of Badges. o go wil considerably Foreign Affairs, ‘ 6 43 |
boy with the most character who 9°°uti.ug: ane Seowneaae "an Public Support reduced. This ig to be re- For both courses the lists of keepers’ Association at | ‘
rises to be the leader of the mis- ‘\1ction efficiently and effectively Thus you see how you can help retted. cturers are most impressive. ’ | VA |||
chief pang. B.P. believed in the !£ in addition to his technical job anq wity you should help. The benefits to be derived from Further details and advice may Queen’s Park Shed op \\\ | / .
importance of the individual as a “! training his Scouts he has to How? By becoming an Instruc- travel are indisputable. When to be sought from the Representa- Thursday, 7th inst. at |
unique personality, hence he put WOrry with ones yeptanne, tor, an Examiner, an Official or these is added the opportunity of tive, are ig Council, who 2.30 p.m. } (
elf-reliance and self-discipline {9% 4s in any and every phase Of ;,ember of the Group Committee fraternising with boys from all may also be able in certain cases “ m™. |
high on the list of desirable qual- life it takes money to put Scout- 64, Local Association; a President, over the world bound together in to arrange some financial assist- } oe
ites. This dmdenendence he com- ing a , be 3 i * Secretary, a Treasurer or just a common Brotherhood the bene- ance for intending students. | eae,
bined with =personal honour and n Scouting provision is made ——
selflessness —~ essentials of good oe ph a arg ‘ THANT'S 1 Come and Hear |
citizenship : ers ° —_—
terested in the Group for personal BARGAIN HUNTERS AY CROP-TIME SALE. THE FACTS! { . aes
Patroi System and other reasons—-parents of i —,
From the on ne to the Scouts, Old Scouts, members of taf
‘OU °° N a Cc Churches and School Bodies, The ene 7
ou BoNoUR- Cone Group Committee takes care of \ | â„¢~
of all the -Pairol Leaders im a | y
Scout Trods his is an integra’ the financial matters as well as =
part o ne Patrol System. Here Setting help for the Scoutmaster. | {PDDSSIOOGISSSSIS99SS OOF, Th Oo l Pp . R li
tracilt ave built up, standards Local Associations % e n y ain ellever
of de m@sts are set and the Next in importance is the Local |
Seout and Promise carried Association—a similar body of a w Vi s
Te ee ee eee erie achony looking atier she aftaies of | containing Vitamin 6G,
uch the activities of the boys a number of Groups ina particular > | . . :
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honour takes precedence over all should desire Scout Groups and if feos pantie get QUICK RELIE® | “
el I fear too many Troops fall is the business of people living in RE P| benefits of Vitamin YY
by the way through the Scout. any eee” to get Scout Groups SCARED i take ee et Wrablete \
master for reas or another established. There’: i i ZAST- —,
ng to fnulaicant the Patrol There is a President, usually a BY } ve ene red ‘ONLY is
System as conceived by B.P. man of suitable standing to com- ¥ | relieve: which ALSO contai gw
This system, it should be mand respect locally, to be an in- MA t ic Vitami B,. Don’t pote
ioled meant for ages 11 fluential representative of Scout- RHEU TIC % ae aah ‘ in > ae
oS Bele and nbove these ing to the public, to promote PAINS? ‘ablets or. i
ages res; ly there are the Scouting according to the influ-

Rover Cub Branch and the Rover ence he can exert, — .
Crew. In the former, aged 7 to 11, 4. good Secretary is a ‘sine qua
the game of make believe is ex- non’. He is the key person in any
ploited to the full and there is odministration and .will do much
more play than work-—objective ‘o keep the L.A. and its Executive
lay. In the latter, over 18, the keen and effective. Then there
bieger issues of adolescence are should be a Treasurer with ability
to extract money from the pockets
ey Pike Court of Honour the of those who have it, not by sleight
members get a glimpse of secre-
tarial duties and ‘civics’. Nor is

of hand method but by way of in-
dueing them to become subserib-
the religious aspect of Scouting
missing here for all meetings of

ing members of the L.A.

One of the main functions of the
the Court of Honour begin and end ©..A. is to find suitable persons as
with suitable prayers. Scoutmasters, This is highly im-

Next to the Patrol System is the portant as no man should be en-
yrstem of Efficiency and Profi- trusted with the training of chil-
ciency Badges. The former instils*< iren unless he be of personal
in the bey price of personal fit- standing and character such as
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Paintings Of

By An

Artist

THE general impression of this artist’s work is that
he is technically able to handle both colour and form, and

eso far as that impression goes it is correct.

something more to painting
the actual
day 1 an

But there is
than thesability to use colour,

physical application of the paint has to be con-
! considered with more than-a,passing glance.

Some of these pictures, on closer inspection, reveal flaws

‘ tt na

rnd still life studies

Tae niet fenders
are No. 7 “Flowers in a China
Vase” and No. 6 “Anthuriums”

In these pictures the paint has
been employed to create an effect
without being used, which is in-

excusable in an artist of Mr.
Néchoumoff’s ability. In No. 12

“Bouquet of Roses”, however, he
has achieved an entirely charmin

composition, the exetution of
which is reminiscent of Renoir.
The colour is subdued and the ar-
rangement. simple and_ straight-
forward. No coup d'oil deceives
us as in his other still life. No, 1
“Interior with a bouquet of Gla-
dioli” and No, 57 “Still Life” are
also satisfying especially the latter,
which possesses a glow and brilli-
ance difficult to create with so very
limited a range of colours.

There is perhaps too much sub-
ject in most of the still life paint-
ings—a memory of Art School
days. Each object is, however,
handled with skill which. detracts
rather than enhances the appeal of
these paintings. The general] effect
is ‘busy’ which should be avoided,
and this error can be corrected so
easily by a process of simplifica-
tion. The colour he uses in these
pictures is pleasing and the har-
mony and discord closely watched.

The French countryside pictures
are in a class by themselves, for
they stand out as the work of a
competent artist who is well ac-
quainted with the limitations of
his medium. Such pictures as No.
16 “Countryside at Osny”, No. 24
“Farm near Mountreau.”’ No, 25

ire which are largely to be detected in his flower

“Landscape near’ Montreau Eye-
ning”, Ne; 15 “French Countryside
in Spring” and No. 36 “ wage
Vendeen” are among ‘those @ out-
standing merit..Into the execution
of these scenes has gone-a great
deal of thought and careful plan-
ning for the simplification of form
and colour in no way ,d*tracts
from their freshness and charm.
No tricks are used, it is ctraight-
forward quick, effect
of pearls, ‘brass, ' glass spepe’ els.
These are ‘paintin which it
would be possible to live and never

grow tired.’ | remarks .

also to his Snow Scenes; ' No. 1
“Winter Landscape”, No. 31 “Notre
Dame de Paris”, No, .29 “Winter,

Pont St. Michael”. ‘snow has
been treated with: direct jsimpliaity
and reservé, | is most, di

itely — 1 oe" we ; root
and bridge—the is. that \-
liar leaden colour, which’ is ei
depicted by the Dutch’ master’s.’
The we seenés at Ri
Nos, 9 and 10 ar@dnclined to besa
little unsubstantial’ and the reason
for this is that Mr. Néchoumoff has
used colour and forgotten form.
He would be well advised to re~-
vise his pallette if he is remaie
ing here for any length of time.
If he looks more carefully he will
see that black and grey form an
integral part ofthe colour .com-
position in this light. Undoubtedly
Barbados is-in the tropies, but that
is no excuse of the unrestricted
use of bright, even Pie ak colours.
A study of some of the old colour
prints will repey anyone who is
interested in this subject.



W.I. Scenes and Figures
This Week's Exhibition

LOVERS of art have had their tastes satisfied within
recent weeks during which they have been treated to ex-

hibitions by various artists.

Mr. R. J. McLeod and Mr.

Harold Connell both artists of

repute open a new Exhibition

at the Barbados Museum on

Wednesday, February 6.

Mr. McLeod will present West
Indian sea and landscapes in oils.
The scenes are from Barbados, St.
Lucia and Grenada while Mr.
Connell presents figure drawing:
in pencil.

; exhibition also deserves at-
tention.

Painting Sells For $34,650
LONDON, Feb. 2,

A painting which was sold for
$29.40 in 1834 brought $34,650 at a
London auction, The painting by
the Flemish master. Pieter. Breugh-
tel is entitled “Christ and the
woman taken in adultery.”—U.P.



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The Police Band under Capt.
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to-day at 4.45 p.m.

The programme:—

1, March—“Pomp and Circumstance

No. 4 Edward Elgar

2. Overture—‘TANCREDI" Rossini
3. Selection—-‘Il Trovatore” . Verdi
4. Hungarian Dances—4-6 .... Grahms
5, Selection—-Musiecal Jig-Saw", Aston
6. Suite — “The Three Irishmen’
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7. Descriptive Piece—Moonlight Sonata
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SUNDAY



Nechoumoff



A NEW CANVAS in the Nechoumoff Exhibition at the Barbados
Museum was that of Colonel Michelin. It was hung on Wednesday.

Extra-Mural Meeting Of A.C.S.B.

Department

The second of a series of ten
lectures on Elementary Chemis-
try will be delivered by Mr.
F. N. A, Field, B.A., in the Har-
rison College Laboratory
Tuesday February 5th at

on

8.00

p.m.

Also beginning on this night
will be a course on Britain and
Her Empires by Mr. Cameron
Tudor, M.A, These lectures are
at 8.00 pm. in the Harris
College Library.

Mr. E. U. Hackett, A.R.C.M.,
will give a second course on
Evenings with the Composers,
beginning on Thursd y Febru-
ary 14th at the British Council,
Wakefield, White Park, at 8.00
p.m.

Lectures on Economics are
also being given by Mr. K. H
Straw, R.A., on Thursday nichts
at the Y.M.C.A. The time of the
lectures is 8.15 p.m.



Rates Of Exchange
SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 2, 1952
NEW YORK
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: Sight or Demand Drafts 71 2/10

73 6/10 Cable sists
72 2/10 Currency a9 8/10
‘ Coupons 69 2/10
50% Silver 20
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, Association

Executive

A meeting of the Executive
Committee of the Association
of Cultural Societies in Bar-
bados was held at “Wakefield”
on Wednesday afternoon
through the courtesy of the
British Council.

The Committee considered
plans and drafted an agenda for
the meeting of the Council of ine
which will be con-
vened on Thursday February
21 at 5 p.m. at “Wakefield. It
is expected that this meeting
will be attended by the repre-
sentatives nominated by all
affiliated clubs and societies, as
well by Officers of the Associa-
tion which include the Direc-
tor of Education, the Represent-
ative of the British Council, The
Chairman of the Board of
Trustees of the Public ‘Library
and the Librarian.

Present et Wednesaay's
ing were Messrs ¥. A. Hoyos,
Vice-President, A. F. C. Mat-
thews, Hony. Secretary, I.. A.
Harrison Assistant Secretary,
and Mr. Riseley Tucker, British
Council Representative. Excuses
were offered for Mr. H. A
Vaughan, who was unable to
attend owing to pressure of
other duties, Mr. J. W. B. Cher-
ery, the President of the A*so-
ciation and Mr. F, L. Walcott,
M.C.P., who are both away from
the island,

meet-

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C3ITUARY

THE
lerday

death wag announced ye
Hon. Timothy Roodal
former Senior Member of
Legislative Council in Trinidaa
ind Theatre Magnate of the South
Caribbean.

of

Mr. Roodal first visited Barba-
in February, 1947, two months
after he had acquired the the.tre
operated by British and Colonia:
Film Exchange in the Island
Empire and Olympic for the
um of One Million Dollars rhis
nade his circuit 17 strong and 1}

own tobe the largest chain in
the South Caribbean Area, Thi
chain of theatres now includ
eight in Trinidad: DeLuxe, Em-
pire, Royal, Roxy, Ritz, Rivoli,
Gaiety and Rio; five in British
Guiana: Mitropole, Empire, Lon-
don, Rialto and Capital; with the
Empire, Olympic, Roxy and Royal
in Barbados.

do

that
wok

It was on December 14th
year, that the change over
place between the two Com-
panies, “‘Roodal theatres Carib-
bean” and “British and Colonial
Film Exchange.”

After taking over, he felt that
the Colony was suffering from in-
adequate entertainment facilities
and there were signs of movie con-
sciousness. The circuit moved
quickly along this line and se in
February 1947, he launched the
Roxy at Eagle Hall which accom-
modated 1,200 and in December
the same year the Royal,
Worthing—was launched. He had
also expressed his view of intro-
ducing better type films to the
public, and also avoid congestion
and minimise transportation diffi-
culties. He inaugurated the Sun-
day matinees, but with no desire
to conflict with the Church he
consulted the clergy and agreed
on certain hourg for the Matinees,
So as not to interfere with the
Church Services,

He visited the Island on several
occasions and was very popular,
especially in theatre circles. His
residence here is “Morcambe”,
Situated near the premises of the
Royal Theatre, His interest in
the oil business it is believed has
accounted for his wealth,

His activities in motion pictures |

business, surely stirred local busi-
ness men, for the Oistins Plaza

Soon went up, then the Globe and |

now the popular show-house
“Plaza Bridgetown” and soon
another Plaza will go into opera-
tion at Barbarees. February 9th
would have been exactly 5 years
that Roodal was known to the
public of Barbados.

_ Mr. Roodal in addition to his
interests in the cinema in the
Caribbean was for many years a
nominated member of the Trini-
dad Legislature and in the last
period of his service as a Member
of the Executive Council. He was
a highly respected member of the
Indian community in Trinidad and

Was equally popular with local
legislators,

"Shows were suspended on
Saturday and today throughout
the circuit. He leaves to mourn
their loss a widow and _ two)}
daughters, Mrs. Mahabir his at- |
torney and Mrs. Soodeen, To

these and other relatives sincere
condolence wil) be extende

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PAGE TWELVE

YOU BE THE

SUNDAY ADVOCATE

me HER CHILDREN MAKE HISTORY |

SUNDAY, FEBRUARY 3, 1952




















¢ aan oe In a small new house the face the house bears the ume of
Â¥ eo a ies | village of Chenies, in the English one of the children she taught
xy tle a she -,
por oat eat ie NS Se ass’ live and it was the children who laid
3 . r milie Life, for 25 years 4). pS. . . i ,
is the solution of this substitu headmistress of the village school. *"°™ To Mrs. Life every one

; a story and in the years to

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| When Mrs. Life retired last term
'she could not imagine life with- ‘
out “my children”, nor could she % story to tell to the next genera-
| pear ta leave Chenies, But her tion whose parents’ names a
| house was needed for her succes- Written there. Nor ae oe mee
| ser. So Mrs. Life and her husband sters stop there, an Ls Bo ie A
| | planned a new home with win- antique dresser Ww ree ae ’
DSKG. Hows that looked across to the of place’ in Mrs. Life's sit -
OT AA AVIA Alu NOx F ‘GaspITTY school, her memories sealed with room was their gift, so ta »
Une Saéue op aw nox, MONEE every brick book inscribed with their names |

tach of the and their thanks
Concrete Evidence: | cee
The Shadows Hear a Story

—The Log in the Fireplace Tells It—
By MAX PRELL |
The fire was crackling in the |

168 bricks which












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hearth, which is the same as say- | dlatare Yo rest He hair ais Sees

| ing it was crackling tn the fireplace. | special TONIC agent, which helps restore &
Knarf, the shadow-boy with the are el out. i

turned-about name, was siiting on
the carpet watching the tongues of
flame licking up from the burning
logs of wood, when all at once he
heard a sharp crack. The next in- |
stant he heard a voice saying: ‘It’s
good to be warm again. Ah, what |
a pleasure it is to be able to stretch |
my back!’

| And there was another loud crack. |



By Maurice

A, LBERT SENLOW, agent for the Safe Home

‘A insurance Company, asked Professor Oripahs,

\ criminologist, to accompany him to the house of

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velry had been stolen last night,” Sen- P vae-leoki skin oppeors
! stated. “I want to make sure he's telling the | > said: “Who's talking?” a | — Coors ng P
truth Then the voice answered from the} Th yas once a tree standin ne
At the modern, duplex house on the outskirts of | ; hearth: “I’m talking. I’m the log o We “a ey € | For Results cee
the ci Deiton of wood. You're looking right at S E
“M f s in the living me.” . woodshed behind this house. We | Advertise in the |



room last Burning Log were all put in a great pile, one on |










ht, when I 2rd a noise upstairs. My
son is away at boarding school, 80 no one should | Knarf didn’t have time to be sur- | °P. of the other, = Advocate | Siew 7
have been upstairs. I leaped up the steps, und saw prised that a burning log should be} ,, It’s not pleasant, said the log, |
a man dash into the child’s rocm, shutting the doot talking, for the log went on quickly: | “*° find yourself lying in a pile in |)
I behind him. I did not follow him, fearing he might i “You have no idea what a wonder- 0 dame wepgaaned sites nee ve pecs
; have a gun, but 1 had the key to the room, anda I ful thing it is to be warm again. the 1 oe ae. in caine “And . U FLEXIBLE FOOTWEAR
iocked the door so that he could not get out. | came 1 was once a tree, standing in a a Open air an he & Poe

now, for the first time in my life, |
I felt the cold. How the North wind |
blew over us with its icy breath. |

downstairs The woods beyond the hill, for days

and days—all through the Spring

and called the police,
stolen from the safe in my bedroom. The police

gems were







% ft a. . and Summer and Autumn—the sun 5 Bi arcs P “gy FOR CHILDREN
; have left everything as i 4 poured down his warmth on me and No longer did I have roots deep in ae '
; Can you describe the man ats : the earth, and my stout bark was &

‘ > ; . I took it all in through my leaves E

“He was about six feet tall, and quite heavy set : oe open. For weeks and months, I lay

‘ ; jae yaa es ; he and held it deep inside my trunk aba i ; f th hine.”

Profes “ ripa . a 1 , Mr. Senlo “es red 1 é like a treasure of gold. there, eAeDUng - e suns .

bedroom hey observed a lov light-metal be “And in the winter time, when The Sunshine

against the
the new

footprir

wall opposite the window
floor,

, and examinea

“But what happened,” asked
immaculate, except for

Knarf, “to all the sunshine that
you had saved up in your trunk?”

the snow fell and the North wind
blew, | hardly minded the weather
because my roots were deep down

Boyer, accidentally stepped
in the wet concrete in front o!
the Bijou, you should have seen

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“Do any of these prints belong to the suspect?” him dance, To duplicate his step in the earth where the cold could} “Don’t you see!” cried the log.
inquired Professor Oripahs. it’s neces: to hop on each of never reach me and my trunk and “The saved-up sunshine is warming
“No; the thief wore socks, but no shoes. And you y my kranches were covered with|me now! It’s those flames that you

the footprints beginning at 1 and
ending at 17, Although you can
travei backward, forward and di-
agonally, you must not travel
«nore
at a time.

And, of course, you are to stop
at the same footprint only once.

can see the way he escaped. He knotted two sheets
together, tied them to the bed, and slid dawn to

stout bark. I slept soundly and the
|

| the gro

yr Oripahs looked at the firm square-knot

winter seemed to pass as quickly
as a night. But then something
happened.”

Knarf asked what had happened.

Shower of Sparks

The burning log crackled once
more, and threw up a shower of
sparks. “One day,” fhe log con-
tinned, “a woodman came alon,
with his axe and chopped many 0
us down. Then we were all made
into small pieces and vroug iit to the

red and yellow and gold! It’s my
sunshine once more,
up in this fireplace!”
And the old tree, burning with
the saved-up sunshine of so many
Springs and Summers and Autu .
crackled and sparkled, like the sing-
ing of crickets and the danc ing of |



see burning up from me now, my |




warming me

Profes: | ot
that secured the two sheets, then walked over ta
the window that faced the beds, noting the shec\
that trailed across the window sill.

“Do you wish to examine the ground outeios?”
asked Mr, Senlow

“There's no need to do so,”
Oripahs, “This is obvio

What made him think so?

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father? (2 Chr. 13:2)

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the family of tbe
(Num, 26:30)



6—Upper limb.

7—Female ruff.
8—Feminine name.
9§—Contrive

10—Ancient rival of Athens.
1l—Military assistant

12—Employs
18—Maiden.
18— Almost.

22—Passageway between pews.

24—Pass away, as time,

25-—What did Joshua command to
stand still? (Josh. 10:12)

27—What place did Baasha king
of [srael, build? (1 Ki 15:17)

28—Wrathful

29—Essential.

31—The principal meal

33--More recent.

34—One of those siain by the mep
of Gath () Chr. 7:21)

35- Repairs

37- God of the lower world.

38- Organ of vision,



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CLASSIFIED ADS.

—<$$ —$

For Births, Marriage
amnouncements in Carib Calling
eharge is $3.00 for any number of words
up to 50 and 6 cents per word for each

or Engagement
the

additional werd.-Terms cash. Phone 2508
between 8.30 and 4 p.m., 3113 for Death

Netices only after 4 p.m



THANKS




of the

VAUGHAN: The
Q un beg through

s Coleridge V



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im to
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AS OF
sympathy with
bereavement
Family







The Vaughan 3.2.52—In

IN MEMORIAM







KING In never fading memory of Reg-
inald King Watch Repairer) who
was calied to rest 28.1.47





“The days we do not think of thee,
Are very hard to find”
The King Family, Eckley & Herbett
3.2,52—In



late

eturn thanks to all
s who attended tbe
otherwise
them in

LEGALL—In loving memory of our dear
dear mother and grandmother Albertha

Legall who departed this
February 1943
r to be



remembered ty



life on 4th

Clovus, Olive, Coleridge (children), Oitwyn
Bellamy) Pearson Bellamy igrand
children) 3.2.52-—1n
SKEENE—Secred to the memory of
Josephine Skeene who passed away 3rd
1943

Februart
“Sleep on in peace.”
Skeene and Family



HLA

3.2.52—1y



FON RENT



HOUSES





AGENTS OFFICE. cool with six win-
dows, situated centraliy in Bolton Lane.
Dial 4582. J. B. Field & Co.

2.2.52—2n.



BEDROOMS AND APARTMENTS—
Furnished or Unfurnished. Apply to
A. E. TAYLOR'S LTD. Coleridge Street,

Dial 4100, 3.2,52—I1n

BUNGALOW-—-Situated at Brightoh on
the sea, three bedrooms and ali modern
conveniences, Dial 4857, 3.2.52——-1n





CHELTENHAM LODGE, Lands End
Galler Drawing and Dining Rooms;
Three Bedrooms and Kitchenette — W.C.
and Bath Upstairs. Kitchen Storerooms



W.C, and Bath Dow/stairs; Servants’
Room and Garage. Water — Electricity,
Telephone, Radio Rediffusion. — Rent

$50.00 per month. Particulars apply Fred
P, Peterkin, Kendal St, John. Telephone

95215. 3.2.52—6n
DUNDAS (next to Crane Hotel) for
one year from Ist April furnished;

Electricity, all conveniences; 3 bedrooms,





2 toilets and baths, dining and sitting
toor galleries, garage. Inspection
daily 9 to 4. 2.2,52-—2n

PERANZA" From ist March



fully furnished, water, light, refrigidaire,
modern convenience. On the sea coast—
St. James Sea-Coast. Phoné 91-33.
2.2.52—6n.
ee
FURNISHED BUNGALOW on St. Jamés
Coast, 3 bedrooms, telephone and all
modern conveniences, good sea bathing,
from March Ist. Dial 2472.
1.2.52—3n

FPLAT—A small self
furnished Flat breezy
attractive surroundings, about 2 miles
from city. Available immediatelf, call
A. L. Mayers, Advocate Advertising Dept.
at 2008, 1.2.58—3n,

contained = un+
and cool with



ee
FPARAWAY—St. Philip Coast, - Fully
furnished, 3 bedrooms, 2 servant rooms,
doub.e carport, all convenience, 00°

per month from February, ‘Phone
19.1.52—tf.n,

MOORLANDS — Comfortably furnished
dwelling house at St. James, on the sea-
side: Garage and Telephone, Dial 3589,

3.2.52—2n

peacreraiverersineenereengiemmemnctasecealietigiinene
NEWHAVEN, Crane Coast, fully fur-
nisied, 4 bedrooms, 3 servafit rooms,
double garage ail conveniences. $60
per month from February. Phone 4476.
19.1.52-4.f n





—

ONE FURNISHED BUNGALOW—At
Coral Sands, Worthing, with Siiver and
Linen. Good sea bathing. For further
particulars apply Alma Lashley, No. 6
Coral Sands. 30.1, 52—t.f.n





TO LET

Any period from April ist Country
House, in St. Peter, 1'2 miles from Sea
stands high Fulky furnished (except
plate, linen), 3 bedrooms, 2 dressing rooms
Electricity, Geyser, Telephones—Phone
2949. %6.1,52—t.f.n,
ih inci teaactnemeetcneninenaeinninasemneninntripesiliensiines

SEASIDE HOUSE on Lighthouse Road
{Bnterprise) Christ Church, Water, Neht,

warage, safe sea-bathing. Moderate rent
for careful tenant. Apply: Hill House,
via Oistin, Lodge Road. 30.1.52—2n,

UNFURNISHED FLAT at Carlton,
Black Rock for period of six months,
from Februany 15, 1952. Phone 2650

1.2.52—3n

(SSS

FOR SALE



BUNGALOW

Rockley New Road: on approx-
imately 19,000, square feet of land.
cent view including Golf
. 3 Bedrooms, Drawing and
Dining Room, Kitchen.

Downstairs: Garage, Servants
Room with Bath and Totlet, and





enough room for Laundry or
Workshop,
BULLDING
Werehouse and Buildings situate

at Mauarhiil Street, Bridgetown,
adjoining China Doli Restaurant,
Standing on approximately 10,000,
squaré feet of land with a frontage

of approximately 120 feet on
Marhill Street. °
This building is very suitable

for dividing and renting into small
stores or large Textile Factory,
or any Factory.

LAND

Approximately 18,000 square feet
of land with one large and one
small stonewall building thereon
situate at Roebuck Street, just
above Crumpton Street and
opposite to James A. Tudor & Co
This land runs through to Gills
Road with an approximate front-
age of 70 feet, and is suitable for
warehouses,

AUBURN DALE

Two storey residence comprising
of three Bedrooms, Living and
Dining Room. Al modern con-
veniences. Standing on approx-
imately 8,000 square feet of land.
Situate at Navy Gardens, Hastings.

SWEET FIELD
Stone House; comprising
upstairs three Bedrooms, Large
Living Room, Dining Room, 2
Toilets and Bats. one with Thb
Bath and hot and cold water,
Gallery :
Downstairs Spare Rooms,
Kitchen and Shower Room, Stand-
ing on approximately 2% Acres of
land about 100 yards from Gibbs
Ex ach. Inspection by appointment
only



Lovely





REALTORS Limited

REAL ESTATE AGENTS
AUCTIONEERS
VALUERS
BUILDING CONTRACTORS

151/152 Roebuck Street,

Bridgetown,
Phone 4900



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FOR SALE

AUTOMOTIVE

CAR—Vaugthall Velox X—442 in very
good condition, Phone Stoute 2876 or
Gerald Ward at H. Jason Jones’ Garage.

3.2.52—i1n



CAR--2-seater Ford V-8, accommodates
5 persons comfortably, (De Luxe Coupe
model). General condition excellent. Dial
4353 between 8 a.m, and 4 p.m. daily or
after 4 p.m Dial 4882. 29.1.52—4n
_——————

CITTROENS—New Citroens in stock,
price $3,275, apply Barbados Agencies,
telephone. 4908. 1,2.52—6n











CAR—One Vauxhall Six in perfect
order, Tyres new. Apply to S. A. E.
Kineh, Eleourt, Maxwells Road.

2.2.52—-2n.

C¥YTROEN—One second hand Citroen
done under 5,000 miles, apply Barbados
Agencies, telephone 4908. 1.2,52—6n.

ss —$—

LLOYD--The car for cheap motoring
new to Barbados, apply Barbados
Agencies, telephone 4908. 1,2.52—6n.

LORRY—1 Austin 3-ton lorry in perfect
working order. STUART & SAMPSON
LTD 29.1.52—t.f.n

MOTORCYCLE—Only one (1) in stock,







Ambassador Supreme, Spring-frame, 2
h.p, $605.00. Terms. A BARNES & CO.,
' LTD. 26.1.52—t.f.n.



toe ge 5-ton Dodge truck.
ew battery. nm perfect si . Apply
F. BE. C. Bethel, Friendship ‘Plantation,
Telephone 4184. 1.52--3n



ELECTRIC MIXER—One (1)_ Do. neyer

Flectric Mixer with mixing bowls and
Juicer attachment, G. W. Hutchinson &
Co,, Ltd. 2.2.52—2n.



FANS—Large electric ceiling fans for
office or factory use, Just the thing for
cooling business premises. Priced at
$125. K. R. Munte & Co, Ltd. Din
4611 or 5027. 1.2.52—3n,



FURNITURE

CHAIRS, Chairs, Chairs....and other
furniture and all sorts of fittings for
your home, A. BARNES & Co., Ltd.

18,1,52—t.f.n,

FURNITURE: 10 very original heavy
green heart or Barbadian Mahogany
Cocktail Stools. These are copies of a
very old English pattern—the first of thet:
sort in the Island. Roy Wilson, Idleway,
Highgate 3.2,.52—1n



FURNITURE—One M.T. Mahogany Wash
Stand, (1) Pine Cot Frame, (1) Painted
Single Bedstead with Spring, (1) Child's
Tall Chair, (1) Two Burner Oil Stove,
(1) Boy's Bicycle, (1) Child's Cradle.
Dial 8689 before 9 a.m. ahd after 4 p.m.

2.2 th.

Ralph Beard offers the following Bar-
gains in Purniture >

Mag. Dining Chaife $22.00 pr., Birch
Dining Chairs $18.00 pr., Mag. Vanities
from $75.00 upwards, Cedar China Cab-
inets from $45.00 up, Steel U t
Chairs $850 ea., Steel Arm Chairs 00
each, Deal Kitchen Tables from $8.00
upwards, Iron boards from $6.00 up-
wards, Cedar Dining Tables from $35.00
upwards. Including a large variety of







good second hand furniture, Lower Bay
Street. Phone 5010, 3.2.52—In
LIVESTOCK



RABBITS: Pure bred Flemish Giant
Rabbits, fmported and Local Stock.
Aquariums and Fish, Dial 31

3.2 .52—1n!

MECHANICAL





GUY—New ger chassis recently
received, on view at Barbados Agencies,
telephone I 1.2.52—6n.

CHINE—One Singer Sewing Machine
ii perfect condition 7 drawers. Price
$200.00. Apply: M. Hutchinson, Ellesmere
Plantation, St, George. 2.2.52—2n,

oman

SINGER SEWING MACHINE (Treadle)
—Very little used, complete with parts
for Cut-work and Embroidery, Apply to
Marion Jones, My Lord's Hill, opposite
Belmont Church. 31.1,52—4n.





MISCELLANEOUS

AFRICAN PRINTS—36 inch, nice de-
gms. Cl@aring out at 9c. per yd.
Shopping Centre 37, Swan Street.

3.2.52—1n

A QUANTITY of Dress Materials such
os; Crepe de Chine, Silks of all kinda.
Clearing out at very reasonable prices,
Shopping Centre 37, Swan Street.

3.2.52—1n





ANTIQUES — of every description
Glass, ina, old Jewels, fine Silver
Watercolours. Early books, Maps, Auto-

graphs etc., at Gorringes Antique Shop
adjoining Rovml Yacht Club
3.2.52+.f.n,

——

BARBADOS ANNUAL REVIEW—Just a
few copies left. Will be sold quickly.
Buy at once 3/- each at Advocate Station-
ery,



ROBERTS High Street, and
WEATHERHEAD'S DRUG STORE,
8.2.52—an

CREPE De CHINE: Superfine Sott
Crepe, a lovely quality in lovely ue
Shades ineluding White 36 ins
$1.96 yd, Visit KIRPALANI, 52 Swan
Street. 3.2.52—1n

EGGS: Pure Bred Barred Plymouth
Rock Eggs for hatching, 36c, each,
infertiles replaced. John Alleyne, Ebs*
worth, St. Peter, Phone 91-20.

3.1.52—1n

GALVANIZED SHEETS — A_ limited
quantity. 7 ft. $4.80, 8 ft. $5.89, 9 ft $6 45
Inquire Auto Tyre Co. Telephone 2696.

2.2.52—ti.n.

ICE CREAM FREEZERS—We have Ice
Cream Freezers in stock 4 pt. usual price





$15.69, our price $13.00, 6 Ri usual ae
$19.83, our priee $18.00. KNIGHT'S LID.
1,2.52—in.



Long Playing Records and 78 RPM
Records and we book orders too. fe
BARNES & Co,, Ltd.



One Piano condition good. Apply E.
Osbourne, Ist Ave, Dash Gap, Bank Hall,
;



ONE 400 GL. GALVANIZE TANK—In
good condition. Apply: G. Mayhew.
Dial 2382 or 4334. 1.2,52—3n,

SHIRTS——CLEARING about 300 Shirts,
at $1.96 each. Shopping Centre 387,
Swon Street. 3.2.52—1n







SNEEKERS—Al!l sizes suitable for the
Football season, Clearing out at $1,90 per
pair, Shopping Centre 37, Swan Street.

3.2.52—In



SHOES—Clearing out at the Shopping
Centre 37, Swan Street, 300 prs oes
at $3.00 per pair, Come and see them for
| ourself, 3.2.52—1n

SUITCASES -- Yalises, attache cases,
sturdy and lightweight, double locks,
$3.56 to $6.24. A BARNES & CO.,, LTD.

24,1.52—t.f.n.





TORNADO—International K.41. Beautt-
ful condition, excellent equipment, good
racing record. Cost

$700.00 now a
No offers, Hicks, Telephone
18.11.61—t.f.n

ORIENTAL
SOUVENIRS

CURIOS, ARTS
VENDEMOS, SEDAS,
JOYERIAS Y ARTISTICAS
CURIOSIDADES, TRAIDOS
DE LA INDIA CHINA e

EJIPTO

THANI’S
Pr. Wm. Hry. St., Dial 3466





SUNDAY ADVOCATE

SUNDAY, FEBRUARY 3, 1952





REAL ESTATE

AS a going concern i1) Aerated S&
Water Factory in guaranteed conc
with all Fittings. Motor Van and about]
3,000 dozen Patent Bottles with cases
Monthly sales of Business can be known
to any would-be purchaser

For further information Dial 5075.









29.1.52-—3n
AIRY COT—-Brighton, St. Michael, all
modern conveniences, house contains

Open and Closed Verandahs, Drawing and
Dining Rooms, 2 Bedrooms, Bath, Toilet
and Kitchen, Garage and Servant’s Room
in yard, Standimg on over 17,150 sq. ft.
land all enclosed with barbed wire fence.
Cocoanut and Lime Trees. Inspection
daily except Sundays between 4 p.m. and
6 p.m. Further particulars. Dial 2649
3.2.52—4n





BARGAIN SEEKERS!
D. F. de Abreu In NELSON ST...
By The Bus Co,— 2-Stofay Stone
Business Premises and Residence,
Conveniences, Good Condition, Ideal
for any Business, Going Under
£2,300. #N TUDOR ST.—Large 2-Storey
Stone Business Premises & Residence
with a Large Garage or Workshop, all
Conveniences, A-1 Condition, Ideal for
any Business, Vacant, Can Yield $120.00
p.m. Under £1,000 Can Buy It--Plus
Appraised Value of Land. UPPER
NELSON ST.,—3 Bedroom Residence,
Conveniences, Good Condition, about
3.500 sq. ft.. Going Below £800. Contact
Me for Almost Anything in Real Estate.
“iW I Can't—Who Will? Call at “Olive
Bough", Hastings. 3.2.52-—1n

Dial M11





PUSLIC SALES |ANNOUNCEMENTS |



















: HARBOUR LOG | S9G9S454449 99599998 SSGSN,
PART ONE ORDERS Seh Rosaline M Sch Florence ; $= »
| Emanuel, Sch. Zita Wonita, Yacrt | SERVICES OFFERED $
— actus ehenithes is Leander, M.V. Moneka, Sch. Franklyn | ¥ or ance Designer Draughts-
REPAIRS AN By | D. R., Sch. Gardenia W., Sch. Everdene 1% uieeaae SS craee nae Adverts: 9
bados Agencies ; Lieut.-Col. J. CONNELL, 0.B-E., ED., |Seh. Marion Belle Wolfe, Sch. United |S ing. Ability to produce sketch \
recent beer r Pilgrim 8, Sem Lady Neeieen, Geb. . Piers, fronts perspectives end
automobile eng Commanding, |p lip, H, Davidson, M.V. Blue Star prepare working drawings. Assist-
dom and are The Barbados Regiment M.V. T. B. Radar. ante w Estimating and Building,
to handle all t ISSUE No. 5 1 Feb. 52. ARRAVALS Supervision Temdered. Deateh he
9,5. Fott_ Townshend, 1,944 tons net, advertising Boards, Signs, Show>
- 7 ~ | Capt. Henrikson, from Grenada. cards undértaken, Phone 4708.
PE RSON AL | hooner Anita H., 51 tons net, Capt.
amas | ¥. PARADES Harell, from British Guiana. *
All ranks will parade at Regt. H.Q, at 1700 hOurs on Thufdday 7 Feb. 52. 39OOD
Kod yale are heret 1.@. Coty will do drill under the C.S.M. “A™ Coy wi do riot drill practice
givin ctedi to r

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QUINTYNE ince MC CC
not hold es



B” Coy is on the
will carry out weapon



and miniature ranges;
The 2

aining
Signal Plateon
Signal’s Course will be held on Monday 4 and Wednesday 6 Feb. 52

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in my nm ess t a writte order Band
mqned by me. ale Ba eetices will be held on Monday 4 Wednesday 6 an@ Thursday 7 Feb..52. You ¢an now obtain your S of
WILBERT QUINTYNE Recruits : c
College B pee Recruits will parade for training on Monday 4 and Wednesday 6 Feb. 52. NETTIN G and CORKS. from Us
wee eo ee ACTING APPOINTMENT *s
: 25h" |" Major L. A. Chase ceased to act as Adjutant, The Barbados Regiment w.e.f. CENTRAL EMPORIUM
F | 28 January
} REGIMENTAL SHOOTS ‘ Corner Broa Tudor Streets.
WANTED | * «He Dr. Pai. Delamere Cup — Officers” Challenge Cup — Revolver wm be | d & .
hot for at 1600 hours of Friday 8 February 52. oe
—_—_ a a 5 | The Major HH “st Hil Cup Rifle, oe to weet and ist Class shots POEL A na
| will be shot at 1400 hours on Saturday 9 February 52.
HELE } ‘ ORDERLY OFFICER AND ORDERLY SERJEANT FOR WEEK ENDING
vn es 7 FOR SALE

COOK-—-Must have references. Apply: ly Offic “rr Lieut. S. G. Lashley, >

Woodland Plantation, St. Geor 2 ‘ | bree peer S 283 L/S Turney, D. G. 3
2.2.52—2n Next for duty Lieut. P. L. C. Perkin . —_—
eut, . :

STENOGRAPHER & TYPIST for our Sane eee 517 L/S Springer, W. ‘
Office, apply by letter and in person— . ws 29
T. Geddes Grant Ltd. { M. L. D. SKEWES-COX, Major,

23.1.52—t f.n | . S Otde®. & Adjutant,
« Barbador

WANTED urgently: experienced chet | NOTICE Gee sit. OH Sie. OOD: 52 Bagle Hall Road. A two storied dwelling housé standifig on
or Cook for first class Hotel. Reply: E. F - ? . 8 Sjts. on s :

C/o Advocate. ey ea. 0S-Ared ay « «The WOE eS Meethyg She W ORDERS about 2% acres of land. Garage and out-buildings. Water





! THE BARBADOS REGIMENT BERIAD NO, 5 and Electric Light installed. Offers will be received by Mr.

MISCELLANEOUS





ein ce Waar th wn woes — Perey Carter, Carter & Co., Lid., Migh Street, up to Feb. 15th. >
. . 4 ‘ . ®
at 2 = ; GARDEN BOOK OF BARBADOS, ¢ Ave eeiVehzor Tnspéction by appointment with Miss Edna Carter, Dial 2329. 3

1. e dwelling house known asj book on local gardening published in 1935.) 1 LE f VILEGE Px . Py re f 1 Feb, 52. »
“Edgecliff”, with forty six acres of land| Phone 3803. ee . ; , a= is Major L. A, Chase A Granted 6 months’ P/Leave we 0009-00-00 « aR , 5 . 3

in the parish of St, John, of which twenty
six acres are arable. The entire property
is let to monthhy and weekly tenants

2 1,450 square feet of land at the
corner of Amen Alley and Marhill Street
with the store thereon and the fixtures
and fittings therein, and the entire stock-
in-trade of the drug business known os
“Olympia Pharmacy.”

For fiuirthéF particulars and conditions
of sale apply to: |
HUTCHINSON & BANFIELD

30.1.52—5n

De-|



1 £100 Barbados Government
beriture @ 34%
1 £100 Barbados Government De-|
benture @ 5% |
3 £100 Barbados Government De-|
bentures @ 8%%
$s shares _W.1, Rum
“

Refinery Ltd.
shares Barbados Fire Ihsurance |
125 shares B. 8S. & T. Co, Lid

40 shares W.I. Biscuit Co.
43 shares Barbados Telephone
(6% Preference)
33 shares Barbados Ice Co,
The above mentioned, shares will be
set up for sale at Public Auction on
Friday the 8th day of February 1952 at

Ca,

2 p.m. at Carrington & Sealy, Lucas
Street. Everyday starting from 3rd.
February. 31.1.52—4n

EN-DAH-WIN, Pine Hill. —Standing on
6,000 square feet of land. Stone bungalow
containing three bedrooms, breakfast
room, living room and kitchenette with
cupboards, Tiled bath and tollet. Ser-
vants’ room and garage. Inspection on
application to Mrs. Bernard Rolfe. Tele-
phone 4817.

The above will be set up for sale at)
Public Auction on Friday the 8th Feb-
ruary at 2.30 p.m. at the office of the
undersigned. ‘

CARRINGTON & SEALY,
Lucas Street
31,1.52-——in

LAND NEAR ROCKLEY GOLY CLUB

Excellent building site for sale, good
residential section, adjoining north side
of Golf Course, moderate price. For
detatls see JOHN M, BLADON & CO.
Phone 4640. 5.8.51—tfn

SAINT ViNCENT, B.W.1.
PROPERTY—Attractive seaside property







PUBLIC NOTICE!



Real Estate Agent begs to say that his
| off

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L. D. SKEWES-COX, Major,
S.0.L.F. & Adjutant,

| ‘The Barbados Regiment.

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WHEN THE DRINK IS RUM

SEE ‘THAT YOU GET

TAYLOR'S SPECIAL BLENDED RUM

it
SHIPPING NOTICES

ROYAL NETHERLANDS

REMOVAL NOTICE

D'ARCY A. SCOTT, Auctioneer and

ice has been removed
iddie Street. Dial 2645.

temporarily to







2.2 |
; THe Mv. “eae DEL Js atten mid
THE BARBADOS MUTUAL STEAMSHIP CO. cna tin! oe Hq (With the Distinctive Flavour)
LIFE ASSURANCE SOCIETY SAILING FROM EUROPE Temneets 5a. Sa kes
EXTRAORDINARY GENERAL M.S. STENTOR 18th Feb, 1952. oon ° rf
ENTRANT ETING M.S. STENTOR 15th Fob. 1052. Saltna Weaneeday oh Wa THE BEST BLEND OBTAINABLE.

4 fa dy is aa sn that an Ex-| 31S. HERSILIA, 29th Feb. 1952. ateept Csige # ~w

td Polnenaines eeting of the} M.S. POSEIDON, 13th March 1962. Sk Rude. “Be Se py —

: waa ; ve SAILING TO PLYMOUTH & ail a " da
named Society will be held at the office and Aruba, Sailing day 8 .
ithe Sonat, ect Pie Be Lacs, wrens we, 18 ‘|| JOHN D. TAYLOR & SONS Lid.

» y m. on Friday, 15





























inst.
The M/V. “CARIEBER ” wiht %)
SAIL BO & i id for
February 1952, for the purpose of con- SAILING TO PARAMARI atcept ee and
sidering and paming. with nor ‘without . tS ee a Domittica, aN ont
amendment the following Resolution: M.S. TENSOR, S6th Fes. 7903, Nevis and St. . Salling
RESOLVED that Clause 5 of the Deed | “-S- POSRIDON, 26th Maren, 1952. 18th inst.
of Settlement be deleted and the fol- SAILING TO TRINIDAD ;
lowing Clause substituted therefor:- _ PARAMARIBO, BRITISH GUIANA B.W.I. scHGosmm OWNERS’
we No assurance or assurances shall a. a ank My an aaee ASSOCIA’ ey r
accepted and n« liey : m.S en - » : Consignee. 5
all be eset ort ares eee Melee | SATLANG 10 TRINIDAD AND CORACAO va ,
sum exceeding $25,000.00 unless the| M-S. HERSILIA, 17th March 1952. $6966566666008800086600
amount in excess of $25,000.00 is imme- 8. P. MUSSGN, SON & CO, a REO
diately reassured with some other Com- Agents
pany or Society of unquestionable stand-
ing, and the Society thereby relieved ot «INCH HAVEN”
ne direct liability in respect of such Ca e N » S s 4
ré%ssured amount teams
oe ee Canadian National hips fs hee
the same aggregate sur of $25,000.00 no Situated Near Inch Marlow
account shall be taken of existing or
prospective Reversionary Bonu Addi- A é i
pros new modern Bungalow, 3 furnished
! ey SOUTHBOUND Sails Sails Arrives _Satls ‘act se
C.K. BROWNE, | Walitax Senter Mavecbes Bathe Bedrooms, large Living Room, facing Sea fur-
27.1.62—6n. “CANADIAN CRUISER’ + te dany, a reby. Feby. nished, all Cupboards built in, all wood used
“LADY RODNEY” ., .. .. «+23 Feby. 15 Feby. ‘eby. ‘eby. : : }
me ete eee in construction Barbado: oO 7 g
RICHNOENG NOTICE [SAUL ieee SA Ee Ser Bee hae Servant Rem Lintcing tikes dee
The application of Che Id Horatio | : open eee SL Pe a Servants Room, its own Lighting Plant, stand-
Yearwood of Crab Hill, St. Lucy the pur. | “NORTHBOUND ‘Atrives falls. Axtives Actives Agsives ing on one acre of land sloping to the sea.
a A ci Jcense 5 o .
rg ane e cemanne Now, 1138-8 Barbados Barbados Boston St. John Halifax Price £4,000, Apply J. H. O'Dowd Egan,
han’ uteched yt | “LADY NELSON” . 6 Fety 8 Feby 16 Feby. 17 Feby. 20 Feby C/o. Willi F . Bd
alk. @. Baiey N. CRUISER” 1.20 Feby. 21 Feby, — 28 Feby. 1 March o. William Fogarty (B’dos.) Ltd.





adjoining Villa Beach, 3 acres with
massive stone iiding 2000 sq. feet.
Particulars from Errol Rooks, Four Winds.
Phone 9140. 26.1.52—fin

—

Dwelling house called “GILVAN" with
10,803 square feet of land situate at Chel-
sea Gardens, St. Michael. The house
contains Drawing Room, merteg Poo
4 bedrooms, Garage, Toilet, and
usual conveniences,

The above property will be set up for
sale by Public ition at our office
James Street on day 8th February,
1952, at 2 p.m,

Inspection on application to Miss Kell-

man, Bedford Lodge. Dial 2259.
YEARWOOD & BOYCE,
Solieitors.
27.1,62.—10n.





rhe, undersigned offers for sale ALL
THAT certain messuage or dwellinghouse
called reendykes” together with the
8,800 square feet of land thereto belonging
situate at Amity Lodge Terrace, Christ
Church. Building contains three bed-
rooms with running water in each, gar-
age, servants’ rooms, and all conveniences.
Electric and telephone services.

For all further particulars and inspec-
tion apply to W. NORMAN ALLEYNE,
“Fairways”, Worthings. Dial 8164,

30.1.52-—8n



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“TRANQUILITY"—Standing of 14,110
square feet of land at Strathelvde,
House contains three bedrooms upstairs
and one bedroom and spacious rooms
downstairs. Two baths and toilets, im-
tion any day by appointment. "Phone
Mrs. L. Skinner 2657 (The above will be
set up for sale at Public Auction on
Friday the 8th February at 2 p.m. at
the ofi¢e of the widersigned.
CARRINGTON & SEALY,
Lucas Street.
31.1.52—8n



WINSLOW, CATTLE WASH, St, Joseph.
Fully furnished. Standing on 1 acre 1
rood of land, for inspection apply to the
caretaker.

Offers will be received by Mrs. W. T

Gooding, Stronghope Plantation, St.
Thomas. 20.1.52—3n
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AUCTION



(pe ememenneltnildndsbicaeeaiinntioe
BIG AUCTION SALE OF FURNITURE
AT CENTRAL STATION
ON MONDAY, the 4th at 2 p.m. T will
set up for sale by Public Auction, thet
under mentioned furniture levied on
Two (2) Florence Oil Stoves, (11) single
bedsteads with mattresses and springs, |
(22) Rush Chairs, several tables, Mahog
Rockers, Silver forks, (44) Rolls of Lint,
One (1) Ladies Wrist Watch, A Collection
of Pyrex Wares, and several other items
of interest. : |

D'ARCY A. SCOTT,
Govt, Auctioneer,
1.2,52—3n.

UNDER THE SILVER |
HAMME

ON TUESDAY 5th by order of Miss
Hannah Jones we will sell at Woodford,
Strathelwde, the foll;

Double End Settee; Pedestal Sideboard,

dy's Writing Desk, Card Table with

188 claw feet; Gate Leg, Tea Table

Cheffonier, Upright Chairs; sing
Table all in Mahogany; Feather Cushions;
Ol Paintings, an Glass; Lustre
Jugs; Barometer; Set of Baccarat Table
Glass, French Tea and Coffee Services; |
Dinner Service, Hand-painted Fruit)
Cutlery Glass Plated Ware inj)
Entré ‘and Muffin Dishes; Bedroom
Candlesticks and Snuffers; Forks, Spoons
&c., Cutlery; Spoons, Forks, Cake Knives
and Forks, Toilet Sets, Salt Cellars in
Stiver; Leather Dressing Cases, Trunks,
Pye Radio; Ivory and Tortoise Shell
Opera Glass, Fans, Work Boxes &e., very
nice large Damask Table Cloth and
Serirettes; Beautiful Handworked Tea and
Table Cloths; Cedar Chests, Dickens
Works, OP, Mirror, Garden Pots, a
Chairs, Fowl Coops and other items.

Sale 11.30 o'clock, Terms cash. |

BRANKER, TROTMAN & CO.

joneers.
Auction 1.2.68—2n,







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FLASH = FLASH

When thinking in terms of Radio

repairs contact

R. E. HOLDER | ji

+. QUALIFIED ELECTRICIAN
The serviceman
Thought “To Give Satisfaction
R. E. HOLDER,
No. 4 Tudor St. Near

with a single

Electrician

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License t6 a Boarc an ¥" fs . $ March 9 March 20 March 21 March 24 March 2.52—2n.
tached 8 a fidtise it et ON" |. [122 March 24.March 9 April 4 April 7 April 2,2.52—2n
hed tes tale it at ; a | “CAN, CRUISER” . 4 April 7 April - 14 April 17 April
jsee
paige this 20th dax of Januar 952 For further particulars, apply to— ‘
0:8, H. NURSE, Feq
Be yet e FOR SALE
District “FE
HE: — ria BN | .
CHESTERFIELD 1 YRARWOOD, | GARDINER AUSTIN & CO., LTD.—Agents, [3
N.B.This applicition wiil be co isid- ee ee
ges a. pacetteae pect to be held on :
cdnes@ay the 13th day of Februar 1962, 8
at 11 o'eloek avn, at Police Courts, District >
nf ! x
oR : :
7 . = ai is sib alin ” two storeyed dwellinghouse standing on 10,770 square feet
Sed. SYDNEY H. NURSE oP * s a i, , iq
Sy stadlatea's Dist, "E, Free Radio Service ? RALPH A. BEARD of land on the incomparable St. Lawrence Coast.
3.2.62—in Bately, | sou “set knee teak ne: Excellent sea bathing. Dwellinghouse contains verandah
Busine scan give you something F.V.A. upstairs and down, dining and sitting rooms, 4 _—
ag ee ONE: SEPHIOR Ui8 OOS try and kitchen, Electric light, gas and water installed. Garage
NEW ITEMS IN AMERICAN But, we do offer you samethtiig Lower Bay Street. ahd servants rooms, ,



TOT eee
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{ miles a
Water-mill, m
with a sr 2 y
Ideal positic i ‘ar ar »
and Kitche Gard d 7
ly priced, *
WANTED TO RENT

A country residence within a

5 mile limit from Bridgetown,
with about 2 acres of land, electric
light and water



PHONE 5010.

you heed, professional
} Viee at an honest price.

radio ser-

en eee Purchaser to have option of buying furniture and effects.



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Ii] the knowleage, equipeient and offers two Bargains in Inspection by appointment. Dial 8137. (Mrs. K. R. Hunte).
Handi Serve Decanters .85 | integrity to put your set in perfect Properties— The above will be offered for sale at public competition on
Dessert Set—7 pieces $1.61 ghee b Friday, the 8th February, 1952, at 2 p.m,, at the office of the
| r radio is not working at i
Zombie ‘Tumblers 42 ||| its vest, i reception is notsy. and WORTHY DOWN undeftignéd Sn wpons further particulars and conditions of
range Reamers 5S A] |] Bete Won't you .phane. us Seay TOP ROCK—Best offer over sale can obtained.
|| sore’ oot SSisacd wit dhe’ ves [MM £4,000: accepted, atte TT
a sults, we leave a set operating { "
G. W. Hutchinson ||| your, nome. white we "are: repute EVANTON 24.1,.52—15n
by yours, # . or
& CO, LTD. ||} mage to order, kept TOP ROCK—Best offer over
Broad St. ce Dial 4222 | 18 ROEBUCK STREnT £4,500 accepted. |
Nr. Moravian Church ‘ ‘
. : For viewing and further
J. E, GULSTONE ‘
| ‘iidid Settee | [RQ particulars Ring 5010—after BuwY NOW !!
Dial 4970. hours 8657.
| Integrity — Reliability — Quality. 31.1.52—3n, For GUARD WALLS and
FOR SALE ENCLOSURES
ae
HOoUsSKS oe
7 b ; :
MAntive, GARB SUMMARY 65th ANNUAL EXPANDED METAL
A solidly constructed storey , P
the Ciceetaepg! 9 tanto. Obtainable in various
along with a oa a REPORT 1951 h d h
veniences; oh wid out ge ms
nea reelar tis sentice nd | Lengt Ss an Mes
popular bathing beach; attrac- 7
Waly priced: N. BK. HOWELL
MAXWELL, COAST | . P
(1) Af bed-room seaside house Canadian Dollars Lumber & Hardware.Bay Street
commanding an unrivalled yvtew
af the Christ Church coast; excel. HH INSURANCE IN FORCE ......... sueeoberdine $1,443,927,793 Dial 3306
Isnt; Ouest decaaes Auden meee | (Including Deferred Annttities)
ing Copony '. at |
ing, standing on approxpnately 2 (ii) NEW INSURANCE ...... 198,033,779
acres of land, completely enclosed, | (Including Deferred Annitities)
Biopesition for a davelopeaant
ee inet Meoee BRC OIEE . cmsssicisineunniiciie 82,178,559 REALTORS LIMITED
coast; containing 3 bedrooms, each °
with attached iled baths; iled
Mitchenetier parame for & one, WITH ASBEETE: .....ccsscssessccssscreiseesseddte NOR 449,783,836
servants’ quarters with bath and
toties attacheds {Wsaiig. “on an I e
enc lose are’ o om a le
Ss 15 eetee’ ean ne ABILITIES ............. VragPlbaisidPreesvnensiiotein’ 422,044,811
A well spot. * rue
YY z peter or stone = ~ *
Witt open “walters to ‘the sea: ||| CONTINGENCY RESERVE AND
viear the town; on a good bus \ faa
SPIO re et i| SURPRDS isa disccisdaanniniantas 27,739,025 Cable Address
An old-fashioned country resi-
dence, standing on 4% acres of )Y}

land which is well laid out in a
Flower and Vegetable garden. The
building has 7 bedrooms
flush hall, surrounding
electric light and water, and
commands an unobstructed view

Payments to Policyholders and Beneficiaries since “Realtors”

the inception of the Company total $462,500,167






ea bus . REAL ESTATE AGENTS,
naop MANUFACTURERS
ms St, Peter
yo ont-acre plots, opposite
Fourwinds Club, with right-away INSURANCE LIF COMPANY.
Soe eames seat soe eae € bes * AUCTIONEERS,
Five and three-quarters (5%) HEAD OFFICE ° _ TORONTO,4 CANADA

of Good

from

Acres Arabie
town,

pipe

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with a Fan
along



laid <«

Agents:

VALUERS,



W. S. MONROE & CO., LTD.,
High Street.
Phone: 7-3 «= 4317

P. de VERTEVILLE,
Chief Representative.

CLYDE L. WALCOTT
LIONEL 8S. CRAIG
Agents,

Office:
K, R. Hunte’s Building,

Lower Broad Street
Phone: tt 2885



BUILDING CONTRACTORS.

Consult

151 & 152 Roebuck Street,
Telephone No. 4900.

CECIL

Upstairs
33,

JEMMOTT

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SUNDAY, FEBRUARY 3, 1952

GENERAL ELECTION 1951 |

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PARISH OF ST. MICHAEL |

Under Section 43 Sub-section 7 of the Representation of the People
(Miscellaneous Provisions) Act 1951 I hereby publish a summary of
the Ricction Expenses of the following Candidates for Election to the!
General Assembly for the Parish of St. Michael for the Session |
1951-54 |
Mr. T. O. Bryan Mr.M.E.Coxr Mr. V. Griffith}



Petty Expenses 9.96 3.75 — |
Hire of Premises 12.88 12.88 — |
Lighting of Premises .. 7.50 7.50 ae
Printing . 157.60 157.60 40.00
Newspaper Advertising 3.90 3.90 18.00
Distribution of Adver-} }
tising Material 22.48 9.48 20.00
Expenditure on Can- .
vassing \ 66.50 20.00 1,075 .00
Clerks & Messengers .. 28.86 — _
Postage, Stationery
and Miscellaneous 365.13 344.00 330.78)
expenses not
above cocmuniheat| |
|
$ 674.81 $ 559.11 $ 1,533.78)



The Returns and Documents in support of the above can be ins |
spected at my office, Pinfold Street between the hours of 11 a.m. ne}
12 noon on Thursday the 8th day of February, 1952. '

HERBERT H. WILLIAMS, |
‘ Returning Officer

NOTICE |

In pursuance of section 43 (7) of the Representation of the People
(Miscellaneous Provisions) Act 1951 (1951-35) the summary of the
expenses incurred by the Candidates for the City of Bridgetown, in
connection with the Election of Members to serve in the General
Assembly for the session 1951-1954, is published for general informa-
tion.

Persons desirous of inspecting the returns, may do so between
the hour of 10 and 11 a.m. daily from Monday 4th to Friday 8th
February 1952, at my office, C/o The Vestry Clerk’s Office, Parochial
Buildings, Cumberland Street.





'
G. D. BYNOE,
Returning Officer for the City of Bridgetown,

SUMMARY
Petty Expenses incurred by Candidates :
Mr. A, E. S. Lewis 4 ae ; ‘ $ 3.88
Mr. E. D. Mottley 8.50
Expenditure on Printing :
“rs A, E. S. Lewis 4 ¢ ry i $ 9.00
Mr. E. D. Mottley vr ‘ He ‘ 96. 64
Expenditure on Newspaper Advertising :
Mr. A. E. S. Lewis we os i $ 0.00
Expenditure on Distribution of Advertising Material :
Mr. A, E, S. Lewis : $ 3.20
Mr. E. D. Mottley 15.20
Expenditure on Canvassing :
ia E. D. Mottley a. : $318.00

Expenditure on Postage, Stationery and Miscellaneous Expenses
not above enumerated
Mr. A, E. S. Lewis
Mr. E. D. Mottley

$ 21.00
159.20

NOTICE

PARISH OF ST. PHILIP, BARBADOS

DECLARATION OF EXPENSES ms eee ner

I hereby give notice that the returns of expenditure essrs,

W.A, Chenoa’ and J. C. Mottley, candidates elected and duly ere

as representatives for the parish of St. Philip to serve in the aoe

Assembly of the Island of Barbados, can be inspected at the ol _

of the Superintendent, Government Industrial Schools, Dodds, St.
Philip, Barbados.

Office Hours;

Monday 4th February, 1952 to Friday 8th February, 1952,
from 10 a.m, to 4 p.m, cm
Under Act 1951-35 Sec, 43 (7), the summaries thereof are as follows: —





Mr, W. A. Crawford, Pegwell, Christ Church.
SUMMARY Foe
Personal living expenses of candidate .. ma ‘% 3
Petty expenses incurred by candidate aes a4 19908
Printing ae 2 aM ‘n 38 OF
Newspaper advertising 2 an Oe
Distribution of \advertising material 190.06
Amount paid to canvassers ‘ ony
Allowances to speakers .. 8 25.00
Clerks and messengers .. So ie ad ‘ a
Postage, stationery and misceilaneous expenses not above
enumerated 395.00
$892.00

Mr. J. C. Mottley, Riees, St. Philtp



SUMMARY, i.

Personal living expenses of Candidate i 50.00

Petty expenses incurred by candidate AN as ace 5.00

Distribution of advertising material +4 th re 30.00

Amount paid to camvassers ee ee ay -.- 15,00

Allowances to speakers .. oy A ‘<5 es ie

Clerks and messengers nf a . ne 18.50
Postage, stationery and miscellaneous expenses not above

enumerated a6 a a6 ae -. 25.00

$213.50



O. F. C. WALCOTT, Major,
Returning Officer for the parish of
Saint Philip.



NOTICE

GENERAL ELECTION, 1951

In accordance with the provisions of Sec. 43 (7) of the Repre-
sentation of the People (Miscellaneous Provisions) Act, 1951 I hereby
publish the following summary of the returns of expenses made to me
by candidates for 1951 General Election in the Parish of St. George.
The relevant documents may be inspected at the office of the
Parochial Treasurer, St, George, between the hours of 10 a.m, and

3 pum. on Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday of next week.









Mr. Barrow’s Mr. Miller’s
Expenses Expenses
£ ¢. $3 ¢
Personal Living Expenses 33.00 33.00
Petty Expenses & 30.00 30.00
Hire of Premises 2.50 2.50
Printing i * nk 49.50 49.50
Advertising in Newspapers aie 35.42 35.42
Distributing Advertising Materia 28.00 28.00
Canvassing as be os 310.00 310,00
Allowances to Speakers ee 21.00 21,00
Clerks and Messengers Ne 55.00 55,00
Expenses not enumerated above
Postage $ 75.00
Stationery 15.42
Loud Speakers 11.00
Car Hire 140.00 241.42 241.42
$805.84 $805.84
W. A. YEARWOOD,

Returning Officer,
Parish of St. George.
Ist February, 1952.





NOTICE

PARISH OF ST. LUCY
GENERAL ELECTION 1951
In accordance with the Representation of the People Act, 1951,
Section 43, Para. 7, I hereby publish the following Summary of
Election Expenditure, and also give notice that the Returns (form |



No. 14) and their supporting documents can be inspected at my office, |
on Mondays between the hours of 3 p.m. and 5 p.m. during the |
month of February, 1952
J. E. T. Brancker E.L. Ward L, A, Williams |
Petty Expenses $ 7.00 $23.00 $ 7.00 |
Printing 63.42 nil 56.00
Advertising 20.00 nil 20.00
Canvassing nil 185.00 nil
Clerks & Messengers. . 48.00 nil 48.00
Postdge and Miscel-) 4
laneous ( 151.62 nil 177.04
Total $290.04 $208.00 $308.04
B, E. BARNETT,
Returning Officer, |

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SUNDAY ADVOCATE aS aici a

out that he was net gaining much

s the fodder had gone up, and re-
flecting that fresh milk was more
nourishing, would begin again to

Replaces Fresh Milk

Since the price of milk

has risen, many who used to buy

fresh



buy it,
it im preference te condensed ;
milk, have begun buying cen- .
densed milk, “They are trying it Me if
out to see whether they can get Me at Plenti ul
it to work out more cheaply,” a Yesterday was meat day in
milk vendor said yesterday, “But Bridgetown, A supply of frozen
in the end they will have to shift meat arrived at Barbados yes-

back to fresh milk or even if they
had not the mind to, the time
will. come when condensed milk
will get scarce.”

This vendor said that since the
price went up, he lost quite »s
number of customers, but he does
not mind. “I would rather have
a little milk o. my hands,” he
said, “than sell it at a loss.”

He said that with the “present
price of animal fodder, if milk
sellers sold their milk cheaper,
they would be selling at a hss
“The purchaser has to realise that
when one item goes up, anothe
item must also go up to keep » The Fort Townshend is con-
balance.” signed to Messrs. Da Costa & Co

He said that though he had Ltd.

terday by the S.S. Fert Townshend
while the public market was well
stocked with fresh meat.

The frozen meat was tran-
shipment cargo from Australia
which was discharged at Trinidad.
It will be sold on Monday.

The S.S. Fort Townshend's cargo
also included sausages, salmon
onions, potatoes and cornmea!
from New York and a shipment
of oranges from Trinidad.

She was the only steamship in
Carlide Bay yesterday. Apart
-rom the activity of the few
hghters that were attending her,
Carlisle Bay was quiet.





PAVILION



This valuable Property

SOLD BY

JOHN M. BLADON & CO.

ALF. S. & F.V.A.

SELECTION OF PROPERTIES FOR

“LINSLEY", Garden Gap,
Worthing—A modern, nicely plan-
med coral stone bungalow with end well proportioned property set
shingle roof. Select residentin! in pleasant grounds of 12,050 sq
area, ideal for quick access to ft. contains 3 galleries (1 en-
Town, Hotels & Clubs. Excellent closed), large lounge, dining reom,
safe bathing from sandy beach kitehen on American plan, 3 bed
two minutes distant, also at the rooms, garage etc, An attractively
Popular Rockley Beach which is planned home and easy to run
nearhy. A commodious lounge/ Highly recommended.

living room runs the entire depth

of the house opening onto a RESIDENCE, Maxwells Coast

pleasant covered poreh, There A handsome, well preserved pro-
perty with 3 bedrooms, large

are 3 pleasant bedrooms, modern
compact kitchen, servants’ quart dining room, drawing room, Tourige
galleries, 2 garages, servants’

ers and garage. One of the more
attractive smail houses very easy quarters for three and all usual
amenities. Walled grounds of

to run with one servant.
“ ‘ ” about %4 of an acre insuring eom-
HOLDER'S ISE”, St. Jame s .
ue & HOUSE’, St. James plete privacy. Further details

An estate house built of stone

with pine floors and shingle roo! upon application.
3 reception, 5 bedrooms, verandahs
etc. also garage and usual out
buildings, The house stands on
approx. 4 acres of well timbered
land (mahogany) approached by a
long driveway flanked with closely
planted mahogany trees. The out
standing attraction of “Holder's”
is the very lovely site which has
the advantage of being well ele
vated and cool, with fine views
on all ‘sides. Coast is less than a
mile away and town 6 miles

The very low figure quoted at
jJows for re-modelling expenditure

“LYNCHBURG”, Sth Avenue
Belleville — This very attractive

“BYWAYS”, Rockley New Rd
A pleasant, roomy, pre-war ston«
bungalow of first class construction
throughout. The 3 bedrooms are
ided with washbasins and ol!
e a cool exposure, There is «
lounge, dining room, front
verandah, kitchen, and in the base
ment are extensive storeroom
Gerage and servants’ quarters are
detached. Area of Iand is ove
20,000 sq. ft. and unobstructed
views are obtained across the golf
course A popular and
district,



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ISINGLASS—Pkgs.

JELLIES—Pkgs.

BUN FLOUR—Pkgs.

ALL BRAN—Pkgs,

BUTTER See ee
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APRICOT FILLING—Tins
DORSELLA—Tins
CUSTARD POWDER—Tins
CHEESE—Tins
STRAWBERRIES—Tins
APRICOT NECTAR—Tins
HAMS (Cooked)—Tins

RHUBARB—Tins PEARS—Tins
GOOSEBERRIES—Tins PINE APPLE—Tins
BAKED BEANS—Tins PEACHES—Tins

ASPARAGUS TIPS—Tins

WALNUTS IN SPICED
VINEGAR—Bots

OLIVES STUFFED &
PLAIN—Bots.

SALAD DRESSING—Bots.

YORKSHIRE RELISH

—Bots.

C.T. ONIONS—Bots.
ROSE’S LIME JUICE—Pots
HORSE RADISH—Bots.
BARLEY WATER—Bots
MUTTON—Tins

MEAT BALLS—Tins
ROAST BEEF—Tins

VEAL LOAF—Tins

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FOR FOREMAN MECHANIC



Applications are invite ‘ f Fore Mi Hig
& Transport Department
The post is pensionable with salavy on the scale $1,920 x 120
2,520 per annum, In addit pensionable c¢ f living allow-
ance is payable in accordance with approved rates Point of entry

into scale will be determined on the basis of experience
tions. Contributions at rate of 4 of
under the Widows and Orphans Pension Act
provided

Appointment will be on probation for two year
subject to the selected candidate being passed
employment in the Public Service

ind qualifica-

the wary will be required

1928 No quarters are

ind will be made

medically fit for

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Meat—Fresh & Proven:

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capacity with at least ten (10) wears’ experience it
and Workshop practice. They should have
of Internal Combustion Engines and
Labour and Distribution Rolls.

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theoretical knowledge
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Highways and Transport, Bridgetown, to
noon on Saturday, 9th February, 1952

Department oi

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“% later than Saturday, ot
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Madam HELENE'S

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SALE

“HOMEMEDE”, Garrison This
property is ideally situated for
most people in this ever popular
district. “Homemede”", whilst noi
isolated, is quite private and its
verandah cannot be everlooked, a

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fault so common with modern No, 47, Swan Str.

houses. This bungalow was erect- me ¢
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bedrooms, kitehen,

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construction extensive re- | ae i
medeiling and re-decoration AT THE STEEL SHED
just been completed. The lo QUEEN'S PARK
of ample dimensions, opens onto ON
wide verandahs with most at r , pwn > 4
tractive seascape views. The three SUNDAY NEXT, Feb. ard
bedrooms are fitted with built inst., at 3 pum, o'clock.
wardrobes and also washbasin , sah ilk ~
and thé two bathrooms have H/C =~ Lerpadee Labour Party
water, Kitchen and pantry are w old a
well fitted out and are supplied 1, ere ‘ .
with H/C water. Ground. floor Thanksgiving Service
contains 2 garage large
1 Tn and wtva t ees 's 1 in commemoration of their
grounds of about “4 of an acre

)) recent victory at the Polls

are well laid out and fenced. Mains . 4

4 well Water, A mast destreble 1) in the General Elections of

December,

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GOVERNMENT NOTICE

ATTENTION is drawn to the Control of Prices (Defence)
Amendment) Order, ‘1952, No 4 which will be published in the
Gazette of Monday 4th February, 1952

Under this Order (a) the maximum retail selling prices of

Meat—Fresh & Frozen” and “Bread—Plain” are as folews: —

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RETAIL PRICE

(not more than)
a iponenaen apenas

Beet: —
1) Roast and Steak from Rump, Round,
Sirloin and Ribs : - 68c. per Ib
(6) All other cuts including Soup and
Stew Beef ; 7 Ste, 4
Mutton; —
(a) Legs and Loin Chop: ha
(b) Shoulders Oe. «os
(e) Stew ; «a eels
Pork ae > ‘ Gah i he
Veal: —
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SUNDAY, FEBRUARY 3, 1952





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Pr Gi | .
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esen ts iven Tenantry Roads C C Will G t ou 4
and you feel crank:
Y o,? y
* ° kn Bad Conditian ° ° U e and miserable. When Uf asSyf
arishioner . mae an
The tenantr roads in Christ ee 4 at night —_
Churet e in a bad conditior : ecu os ks s
: ad. jnece funds hte ueeiel. to ore tan osts fun in the day. Them is a skirt like
MORE than 300 poor people including inmates of the carry out the necessary repait Dodd's Kidney Pate ohei ith
St. John’s Almshouse and children were entertained to a ae ae Deora dee = re ‘dE PBMOPLE of Christ-Chufch will soon be getting] Fer Dedd’s Kidney ais wit
reat < . om i. Te . mi of the ighway ommissioners oo ; 7 Pa os i
treat at St. John by Mrs. Louise Payne, a Barbadian of New of 4 a. ioe Sara more standposts in addition to 4 e6ncrete dust bin. Pills contain essential oils and medicinal . k
York Citv. USA of the parish on Thursday when po} ‘ ingredients that act direct! he ki materials i
2 eee Se ayn eeed Mrs. Payne who was born in the the question of repairs to these ‘Tenders for the ereetion of a dust bin at Rockley and] (Mir vini — Oe ee parse j
arish of. St. John, and received ae wa erent ne UP Py. We two standposts, one at Paradise Village and the other at} excess acids xnd saliineae elaine ite like these”
) . “ls hairman t f, i : g 1 »y . x r
CHURCH a r early christian training at that me nen, all : at Ts ord. Below Rock, were accepted by the Commissioners of Health} the oe pine wicter toe e ese
¢ ee eto a Social Wor Ker settable that funds thad only of the parish at their meeting on Thursday afternoon, relax. You look and feel years younger.
N of the -8t sta CousEN of been made available by Gov- On the invitation of the Mana- eh i = to insist on Dodd's Kidney Pills, PLAIN MOYGASHELL |
SER V ICES New York. of which the late Dr. ¢™mment for the repair of two 8&r of the Water Works Depart- Jury To Visit > Aggy greg for over half a LINEN in Turquoise,
Durant was Rector. She arrived tenantry roads for the parochial ment, it was decided that Si. ee eae) cub eee = Saxe, Gold, Pink, Green '
n Barbados two KS ago a year which ends in March aiuonal standposts, one at Sil- , ‘ ‘ = a aT cee r i
ST PAUT annee os Hol ape aknae a or . than’ thivte am The Briar Hall Tenantry Road ver sands and tne other at Pr. - Locus In UO Dodds Kid Pill Blue & Tangerine 36” Yd.
munion, 9.30 am. Solemn nee wa in the U.S.A had already been completed and chards in St. Patrieks, wuld 1 t ; ‘ ney S $1.84
pete bn hy eo 7 School, 9.90 pm. * Mrs. Payne said she had seen Pe ike aceeding on the .norily be erected, but they | nue Evang edwebde as Jury oni ; the}.
Gta Ohno tena Evensong the fulfilment of her life-long Tone ywne Tenafitry Road await the laying of a main by ) euiaia Fave ang which is In Black, Grey, Emerald,
c ression. Sermon He ‘ : Th ommissioners f che re . : . ans x on > E. - 2
ST. LEONARDS’—Sund Seheats Ss ee sea Pin . . Berhedce “ae manent a Bae . mv pas hh _ aaa Data - Al. Method .4b District A wii LOLA ELE ALAIV IE Green, Beige, Navy, Dark
‘ ‘ mmmunion, 9 a and minist to tr 100) y fi , Ne ees , eenan- Mr ed Goddai Sa aati wit the ‘ , . : .
Morel, Buchar 1.30 a.m. Holy Bapt parish of her birth ry roads could have been re- the new scavenging ijorry winch ire a=: ae ? quo this morn-| HOT WATER ON . Brown, Blue, Pink, Tur-
i 8 m2 tatins and Sermon, | pm. The Revd. A. E. Symmonds, Paired if ufficient fund had jad been purchased last year was g} Be mS : Queen’s Street, | T » quoise 36”. per yard $1.91
Sermor c pamecmvensons *"" Rector of St. John’s- made it possi- ae ey Snr 7 } ' working very satisfactorily, par- on him : while ree Dorking x AP for YOUR BATH %
= . . - le ns ’ sf \ * rie é e as > Je sn oads ¥, \ a |
5 ALL SOULS Harvest Bae ving. t le on ee bas and her as pe) Se ee eS € Pa a) “ds ticularly at the time of the year ay a porter at Messrs. R. and ae $ With one of the lovely White Por- ¥ In Emerald, Green, Beige
‘ . mn charist (s c). 3 pn ff Sociz orkers ong W , they were also ~ ; sia ia i J : eee ‘ " 5 ”
gong, Sermon and Processior Rei ih ana , y, Mrs. * of repairs and they felt that md preventéc e scattering. of January 26. minutes of lighting up. Econ- }
METHODIST Seis ere es a there was much more vork refuse as was done when ih Se He was taken to the General omically priced and CHEAP to GREY GABERDINE
JAMES STREET—11 A.m. Broadcast “ ey tie varish,. <9 i which could have been done, open lorry was in existence. jospital, the same day but, died Sant digest 0 ing tear ele, 2 36”. per yd. ............ $1.53
Service. Rev. J. §. Boulton, 7 p.m. Rev € eee n, the ¢ ure h room. but again it was the question He said that they had furnished later. Dr. Browne who WORKS, ee aoe SAS °
Te Se ee. OY. CORI | Ee aoe an ne: at wrt ices of funds. The Board had only drums, had them painted and ed, the post mortem examina MIAMI LI :
“PAY BAY—9.30 am. Mr. W SC ratclin cal ee sc eae dren a limited amount at its dis- placed at strategic points through- tion at the General Hospital at- i NEN in Gold, |
St. Hill, 7 p.m. Mr. D. Scott ce ean oes ee eee neese, anc’ posal, hence it was impossible out the parish for the easy means tributed death to fracture of the Beige, Navy, Dark Green, |
WHITEHALL—9.30 a.m, Rev. R, Mc- ice. cream ek showed their 4, have do! ore we sollecti ‘der to Skull. 1 . *
Cullough. Holy Communion, 7 p.m. Mr. Pleasure as their faces beamed in neste ris Albee sdlahht work of collecting refuse in order t On the last heari Turquoise & Light Green. CAVE
M. Blunt happy appreciation of the charity” ~~ keep the streets clean. This had witnesses Pred onan a 36”. Per Yard ........ $1.40 SHEPHERD
a GILL MEMORI py a) am. ot G. they had received pecially to the poor and unfortun- proved satisfactory and they were coast GUARANTEED . 4. :
nos ee R. McCullough Mrs. Payne before leaving for ate children of the St. John’s: acquiring more drums one Se pol F ! WATCH REPAIRS & CO., LTD. |
HOLETOWN-—&30 a.m. Mrs, Morris, the Almshouse said that with the parish tension of this system of refuse 10—13 Broad Street
7 p.m, Mr. D. Reid help of Almighty God, when she She ended: “I am convinced that collection. Car Damaged ‘
1. ee a gt a.m. Mr. J. Layne, peturns to New York, she will keep, as God blesses people with this He poMted out that a constan Remember any Watch and ;
. Ce ee TOWN. ii am. Mr. Gc. im touch with the Revd. .Sym- world’s goods, so they in turn watch was being made by the Shortly after 10 a.m, the grille Clock Repairs will be deliv- |
Marville, 7 p.m. Rev. F. Lawrence. Holy Monds, and send regular gifts for should give to the less fortunate Sanitary, Inspectors to preveni of the motor car X—1128 owned ered within a week with a }
Communion further distribution, more es- to make them happy.’ seople from throwing refuse into and driven by Farid Joseph of guaranteed note,
1a AH 0.90 am, Rev F. Lawrenes — iar eee . Worthing, Christ Church, was ex- At J. BALDINI & CO.,
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y u 2 : 3 tensively damaged when it y
BETHESDA—11 a.m. Rev. F. Lawrence * T ’ 7 was Office at Lashley’s Ltd. |
Holy Communion, 7 p.m. P.M . Chief Seout Due Next W eek On behalf of the Commission- involved in an accident on Bar- Prince. William Henry Street.
Rev MDA. E. thomas, Holy Communio , rae ers he appealed to the public to ree er Michael, with the
after each service pari Ne ull a . co-operate in this respect and sec motor car M—8 owned and driv-
DALKFITH—i1 a.m, Rev. MA. E QUARTERS on WEDNESDAY ‘hat the beaches and the sea shore ¢1 by Thelbert Smith of Con-
Thomas. Holy Communion, 7 p.m. Mr, G NEXT AT 5 p.m. Scouters, of ep i anner. stitution R i
Bascormbe. : a were not polluted in that mann u oad, St. Michael.
‘BELMONT—11 #.m. Mr, G. Brewster Groups in St, Michael especial-
7 p.m. Rev. B, Crosby Yoly Communion ly, are asked to bring ther — *
SOUTH DISTRICT—9 um. Rev. B rbd’ to practised: on. Wadheb To Our Friends
Crosby. Holy Communion, 7 p.m. Mr vay next, Troops from the cour- e 8
C. Brathwaite ) . ' :
i PROVIDENCE it am. Mr. J. Clarke try districts who can get into | From Overseas
7 p.m. Mr. G. McAlister town are asked to make a special an
VAUXHALL-—11 a.m. Mr. G. Harris effort to attend Scouters ‘ (@ te,
. Mr. A. B. Cu . ' ;
ee m8 — asked to refer to “The Scouter’ — KINGSLEY
MORAVIAN for April, 1951, page 11', and to
ROEBUK STREET—11 a.m. Morning

(followed by Holy Commu
E. New, 7 p.1n. Evening
Service, Preacher: Rey. E. FE. New
GRACE HILL--11 a.m. Mornir
Preacher: Mr. W. Hayde, 7 p.m
Service, Preacher; Mr. I. Oxley
FULNECK—11 a.m
Preacher: Mr. G. Francis, 7 p.m
Service, Preacher: Mr. O. R.
MONTGOMERY-~7 p.m. Ever
Preacher: Mr, D. Culpepper
DUNSCOMBE-7 p.m. Evening Service



Service,
Preacher: Rev. EF

& Service
Evening

Evening



Preacher: Mr. E, C. Hewitt
SHOP HILI-——7 p.m. Evening Service
Preacher: Mr F, G. Smith

COLLYMORE Rock A.M.E. CHURCH

ll a.m Divine Se e 3.30 p.m
Sunday School, 7.15 p.m. Holy Com
munion,

A cordial invitation tr extended t
Minister: Rev. E. A. Gilke

BAPTIST

THE ST. JAMES IWATLO:.A4 BAPTI_T
EFYPHANY IV-—il a.m Matins and
Sermon, 7 p.m, Evensong and Sermon,

Preacher for both services Rev. J. B
Grant. L.Th., Minister in _ charge,
p.m. Monday, Wednesday, Friday, train-
ing for Youths. This will conducted
by the Rev. | BruceClarke (Assistant
Pastor) assisted by Mrs. O'ga Browne



CHRISTIAN SCIENCE
First Church of Christi, Sotentist
Bridgetown, Upper Bay Street
SUNDAYS: 11 a.m. and 7 p.m
WEDNESDAYS: 8 p.m. A Service which









inclides Testimonies of
Christian Science Healing
SUNDAY, FEBRUARY 3, 1952
Subject of Lesson-Sermon: LOVE

John 4: 16 We have
known and believed the love that God
hath to us, God is love; and he that
dwelleth in love dwelleth in God, and
God in him

Phe following Citations are tneluded im
the Lesson-Sermon; The Bible; O give
thanks unto the Lord; for He is good:
for His mercy endureth forever

Golden Text 1












Pslam 118: 29
Sclence and Health with Key te the
Scriptures—by Mary Baker Eddy
The depth breath, height, ight
majesty and glory of inf ut fill
all space That is enough Page 520
St. Nichols Orthodox Church, Welco
es, St. Mich 9 am. Liturgy, and
Devotion, Pr ner, Rev. H. G. Holder
OnP. 7 m. Vespers, Preacher. De



coness, Cleopatria Barrow. A welcome to
all are invited, to these services

Morning Service &





Irae
J

Next week the Scouts of Barba-
dos will have the great privilege
for the first time of welcoming the
Chief Scout of the British Com-
monwealth and Fmpire, The Lord
Rowatian, Lord Rowallan will
arrive at Seawell Airport on Mon-
day, 11th at 10 a.m He will be
met by o reception commitice of
Scout and Guide representatives
and a Guard of Honour of Scouts.

A very full and interesting pro-
gramme has been arranged for his
visit and includes a Wolf Cub
Rally on Tuesday 12th, at Harrison
College at 5 p.m., a Scout Rally on
Saturday 16th at 3 p.m. and a
Camp Fire the same night at 8.30
p.m, Visits will also be made to
the three main Secondary Boys’
Harrison College, The



Schools-

Lodge School and Combermere
School. Opportunity will be given
the Chief to see some of the
Troops of St. Michael at their
normal weekly parades. The




Troops to be visited are:
James Street (4th Bridge-
town) on Tuesday 12th at 9 p.m.
Bethel (5th Bridgetown) on
Wednesday, 13th at 6.30 p.m.
First Sea Scouts (Ist St
Michael) on Saturday at 9 a.m.
Harrison College (7th Bridge-
town) on Saturday at 10 a.m.
On Thursday, 14th he will meet
the Girl Guides at Pax Hill at
4.30 p.m,
On Saturday 16, k
, broadcast Record which will

he will make

»have got

practice the Song “O Come and
Go with Me to my Father's
Housé ... which will be used
as the closing song for the Camp
Fire {

Commissioner Appointed

Mr. R. S, Jordan, M.A., the
former Island Commissioney of
Grenada has undertaken’ the

duties of Assistant Commissioner |

tor St
his

John. The Groups under
supervision are St. Mar-
garet’s, (St. John), St. Mark (2nd
St. John), Cherry Grove (3rd St.
John) and Lodge School (4th St
John). It is extremeiy fortunate
for the Groups in this Parish to
the services of such an
experienced Commissioner as Mr
Jordan and we look forwardsto a
great improvement in the stand-
ard of Scouting in this area. Con-
gratulations and Good Luck!

Committee Meeting
Executive Committee
the Island Scout Council
meet. at Scout Headquarters on
Tuesday next, 5th February, at
5 p.m. They will decide whether
it will be possible to send the
full contingent of 19 to the
Jamaica Jamboree in view of the
now increased cost of passages.
It is likely that the contingent
will be reduced in number to ten,
Scout Passes

The funeral of the late Arch-
deacon Shankland took place at
St. Michael’s Cathedral on Wednes
day afternoon last
Shankland was a great fricnd to
Scouting and was in fact the first
Scoutmaster of the Cathedral
Troop. For many years, during
his, term of office as Dean of the
Cathedral, he permitted the First
Sea Scouts’ Group to use a

The

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The Camp will be held and as the Bishop said

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