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The Barbados advocate

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The Barbados advocate
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Barbados advocate (Bridgetown, Barbados : 1983)
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Sunday advocate
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Bridgetown, Barbados
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Apr. 22, 1983-
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No issue published for May 3, 1983.
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unday Adborat

- ils bain nsemaninciesinnisisiih
ESTABLISHED 1895 BARBADOS MARC. 23. 1952 fi te Bs me ee

FUTURE OF W.L. Lies IN

Social: Welfare yx Le
Conference i:nds ee

THE conference of Social Welfare officers arranged by

the Development and Welfare Organisation, which opened Jamborees

at Hastings House last Monday under the chairmanship of ey -

Miss Dora !bberson, C.B.E., came to an end on Friday. a | k i by |
Delegates discussed the many fields in which the social Ww End ze “

welfare worker can contribute to the devclopment of the

nd ees
community. Emphasis throughout the conference was on k ederation

the need for members of a community fo By ake their own |





CENTS







‘Ceylon Prime
‘Minister Dies
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After [illness )

; COLOMBO, March 22. % ’
RIME MINISTER of Ceylon Don Stephen Senanayke
ied this afternoon :





contribution, individually and collectively, to the improve MAJOR J. E. GRIFFITH, | Senanayke was a gentleman and fern?! Metione list
ment of their living standapde both materi: a] ‘and ather. Island Scout Comntalasicnaet ler who had led Ceylon’s progress to in@ependence
ie guest speaker was Mr. W. development re social wel- | just back from the in the Commonwealtt > looked: \iee aU orkdins

H. Chinn, Social Welfare Adviser fare worker acting as the link | 4°" i from the Caribbean | rme sowerfull b : | ; y looke d tike a Yorkshire
to the Secretary of State for the;between the people and the,4’@mboree in Jamaica, said I ¥ built, biuff, jovial and heavily mous-

acned

Colonies. Others who attended specialist departments of Gov-| yesterday that in every re-|





included Mr. P. M. Sherlock,’ernmen!. The development of| spect the | Saffron-robed Buddhist priests Senanavke was

head of the extra-mural depart!this type of work was strongly ms eras e Jamboree was a| uunch member of this faith and * rod a pea ke, was a
ment of the University College stipported Community spirit, SÂ¥ecess, 1m part. it reminded , has a P hl ana@ served a prison sentence
of the West Indies, and the resi- was essential it was generally | him of the “Coming of Age”| as o _ ig man after the Colombo Moslem-Buddhist riots
dent tutors from Barbados, Brit- that there had been too! Jamboree held in Birkenhead chanted religious texts at his hospital sickbed before
ish Guiana, the Leeward Islands, | great tendency in the past to} \iverpool, in 1929 . his death Most of his Cabinet Ministers were at the
Trinidad, and the Windward , erect community buildings, with- | t ’ . hospital é :

Montserrat, Mr. Charlesworth; work on the formation of groups} Major Griffith said, “are in ———_ eee eee Only six weeks ago he rose from



Ross; Mr. Ralph Scargall, Wel-; willing to work together for} my opini stine 7
fare Officer of the British Guiana | collec self-help. Increasing Mg ol ; ca ountined to play
Sugar Producers’ Association;| use should be made of~voluntary sreater part in the feder-
Mr. Ben Sealy, Welfare Officer of weitere a aaees of the West Indies than
Caroni Ltd., Trinidad, and two} Delegaies agreed on the need|any other means, b@caus

District Commissioners ‘from Brit-| for more we use on

his sick bed during a spe! in

wee jhospital to send a message of
BEES CLEAR {sympathy to England for King
RACECOURSE George VI’s death. Senanayke

was rether strong and was a



Islands; the Commissioner of out the essential preliminary | | West Indian Jamborees, |







are work in indus- such occasic pp - BOMBAY, March 22. {champion boxer and wrestles
ish Guiana. {1 ‘y, particularly on estates | the : asions, the youths of Screaming society racegoers ||
Several’ Aeeiners of the Devel- | tale e respective islands meet ran for cover as a swarm of Hopes Dashed
opment and Welfare Organiza- | Exhibition of Handcrafts together, move with each NEW FOUR STOREY BLOCKS “of flats in Castries. The blocks are Government owned and || nery bees attacked the crowd
ton spoke in the course of the} An cxhibition of handerafts| other, and get to know each were built ve — Seay whe lost their homes in the fire. (See Story on Page 9) at Bombay's swank Mahalux Earlier today the gloom which
euference, ‘ prone me British West Indles was ' other,” ——__— eelacem iung heavy over Colombo gave
Home and Family jarranged in the conference room railing the field in the vay to joyful shouts as Senan-



The conference called for a new tat Hastings House during the The Well Organised ' day’s last race was a horse 1yke’s doctors announced that he
emphasis on the building up of | week, Among articles whieh par- . ue island Commissioner in owned by one of the most bad had taken a turn for the better.
family life. Upon this with its | Heularly caught the eye -were}|Paying tribute to the organisers ly stung owners Its name > ‘ had

; ad ; h . t *y said “no hope
parental responsibility and soli- b#skets from British Honduras}0f ‘the Jamboree said: “The | Honeybunch”, ‘ at of ee, it € ee

| ‘
av wh ste r Headqua 5 lite, > ‘ ‘ ;

citude for the material and moral, 24 to a verv high standard by |! : _ team, headed . by N re flung open for the pub

conditions of children rested the the native Amerindians and de- | the inimi able Camp Chief Mr, — v nohibwe to tHe inn dia

future welfare of the West Indian Phen with ancient Maya de-] esi Mordecai, did a splendid 2 BA | W wz beloved patriarch :

peoples. The training of womer —_ isndln oven tite A jbit of work in organising the wurope Can Colombo radio had broadcast a

was of special importance. day evening Mr. / Rh Arrangements for the nessage to ask Surgeon Sir Hugh

: drew Pearse, resident tutor in] somfort ¢ feeding . Se 5 ‘ é o Oa , vr
Probation 2 Trinidad of the University College | ey , saad feeding of the sev- e y¥ Y ra} Defend It lf: to eancel his. flight when
tied) ‘niniance ndted.:~’ with oT ae Week itn, dee a oie al hunc reds of scouts left noth- ‘ Z , J SE doctors made this announce-
satisfaction the expansion of the 2+ the British Council on elite fie te ae All ae offic~ rade nion ent

probation system, and recom- 4g, olk a ae es _were most considerate and % : Ik M I Then cam hang Saat &
mended its adoption in all terri- {ilustrated by sonss and.» locally. | CclP{ul to the leaders of the vari- ( your O 4) See edie ue gD Mtiley: one tt el € ay sCAVE |... ose. Pabietial Dr; Omer ‘Vani
tories. Mr. Chinn pointed out} made film of a Shinitas te ay. fous contingents, and opportunities se pens , dramatic end yesterday when Mr. E. D, Mottley, one of th to eee er Omer Vall
that probation, \properly admin-| 6 Thursday evening aprsm-lTwere civen the visitors to meet '














ma wa Irendy on his w
evening, again by

|
| four members who formed a quorum, walked out during | —GRUENTHER—

: : c when the Premier died. Dy
ee, ers ase eee oe arrangement with the British it tanding personalities, among On Tuesda | the discussions of the appointment of a Rent Collector and Troma is one of the most emi-
much as it sett! many trivial|Council, a private film show was|¥29™ Was the Chief Seout him- ' Maintenance Clerk to the Housing Board NEW YORK, March 22 ‘ent brain snecialists in Asin. Flo
cases out of Court and also sav-| given at Hastings House. elf, who made it a point of rhe Board 1 to consider the General Dwight * Bisenhower': ' formerly research assist nt
ed the cost of maintaining offend-|" |My. Ghinn is remaining in Bar- shaking the hand of everybody} The course for Trade Union | Free nd Rents Gollector|( Chic! of Staff’ Gewiral Alf the Numied he eereeeers
ers in prisons or institutions. He paqos until Thursday, 27th|": the Jamboree. The Military |Officials will open on Tuesday; ZR Staintat eal Clerk There fudithencwak venaried hikes to, eer: tei ment «
felt that in almost every West | March, in order to see the islands}#!50 help greatly in the arrange-]rmorning, 25th March, 1952. There | esti ake were 103 | sHioarits whose ual} i on his way to Wi fh stor :

Indian territory there was work | welfare s services. On the evening] ments. will be an open session at 9.30, ores OCOD ORAS em aot | a mn Bshington

enough for a full-time probation of Tuesday, the 25th March

t were circularised = to letermined to make a personal Rea ee ne ae,
he panne was no doubt, Major}2.m. at which the chair will be! Sel | inemibers Caen tie eohd Lefort far the nomination at Win,
offi ie | will address a public meeting at) ivifith said, that the presence] taken by the dean of the course, | ars ip alee es tite Cotati ecreeany ount By o. a i a J VIETN AMESE
Community Development (8.15 p.m. at the Y.M.C.A. The | of the Chief Scout of the Com-|Mr. F. C. Catchpole. Sir George . ‘ neral |











The Board agreed 6 avcopt his| Al! e Pierre Juin os Elsen
The delegates discussed the|subject will be Social Welfare; monwealth contributed in a very|Seel, Comptroller for Develop- | tex Secretar st t SH.AP | ry s
“team approach” to onenipaanity [in the British Caribbean. jlarge measure to the success of)ment and Welfare, will give cr’ sg Pind. rd | resthaee Uae bate ot rr at SHA.P.L ROUT REDS
the Jamboree. opening address, r. Denis Bell, |* |the Colonial Secretary pointing The rer Ya Paris Wer cige SAIGON, March 22
e ° There. were roughly 1.20y}the lecturer on trade union or-} ‘AT. the meeting of the St. Lucy! out that all things being equal,|'9 the New York Tines ald! mrench H said that e on
scouters and scouts in camp, and |£@nisatigns and industrial a on held on Friday, the Vestry) he considered that war — service | ¢ ieneral Gruenther had told aso- ench H, @ said that a strong
en tis trson;n they were divided into eight sub-}#ons, who has come specially |uwarded the vacant Vestry exhibi- {should be a priority lates that he believed N.A.T,O,| Communist rebel ‘attack launched
camps, Major Guiffith was one|{fom Glasgow University, Eng-|tion for the Parry-Coleridge School! Mr, H. A. Tudor said that he | vould _ best served by the Brit-/#sinst A French Union outpost
‘of the sub-camp leaders “|land, will also speak. {to Edward BE. Greaves son of [ra| had studied the applications care j) or French commander “when |!) Central Vietnam four days
adders, . lGreaves, This c A felis nd "tt “ht hat Mr, | “isenhower leaves.” fo was routed resulting in heavy
Bamboo The course will start its pri-|" Mes cae was made on thé A} OEey a Eee oa oes Gruenther flew home to testify|!ocses for the Reds
e ul Tis ome He said that the Barbados Con-|vate sessions at 11 a.m, 'The Baek occnged. oo vi H. Yearwood Rees in ter the ob, Mr. Maynar ; on Military Aid before Congres Me mimunque said severcl
|tingent had the chance of learn- cee wa + Mr. ee} ee 7. ey Barris had } { 18 years? experi née B onal Committees next week, o ilior o: Communist rebels
/ . +3; {ing what “extrabrdinary use” |loc ice rincipa of the, . " . ieee ; t the He said he had no idea when tacted the Freneh Unior in
. MR. DENIS ATKINSON, member of the West Indies} cod be made of bamboo o make] University College of the West!, The Vestry received a petition |) a Oa err zn Bir? Wisenhow er himself is PB ge of Nai Dour #6 vlos Norths
Cricket team which toured Australia, arrived here yesterday living quarters comfortable, Camp] Indies, Jamaica, who will speak | from Mr, Rollins Pivnoe and 59| , ‘PI om t of the important French base
morning by B.W.1A. from Trinidad where he had stopped |gadgets made from ,bamboo and|©n Social History of the Carib- othe ae, f y Hill re Recommended Wisenhower's Constellation plane] ¢ Hue in Central Vietnam on
for the night after having travelled out on the S.S. Rangitoto, | "sed at the camp in Jamaica in-|bean. pe Gis Ra eles rieeiea he ded at the National Alrport! March 18
At the airport to meet him were | | cluded tables, benches, hat and| ‘The students are mostly full-|;,. p tment of His z i V fottley said that he eee tn ith Gruenther at 7.1 a.m A number of mobile French
Mr. John Goddard, Captain of | A courmen jtowel racks, and many other/time Trade Union officers and Traminiter’ nways and | abs nt at the last meeting but PT, from Part inits rushed to the besieged out-
flee West Indies team, Mir. J. MM. } jarticles which helped to contrib-|have been drawn from nearly all) Oy, ih, fi citer Fo atte Tarpon Data oe nee tised as. Gruenther said Western Euro-| Po8t and the communique said the
Kidney, Junior Vice-President of | jute to the comfort of gathering.|}the Caribbean colonies. All the Brancker, it 1 basin { a a a P sathith ret a nd that ean defences under Eisenhower} Reds lost more than .100 killed
the Barbados Cricket Association, | |The shop in the market place was|lectures will be given at the ,... i a ana ten ae 1 obi vo e ye a “ ’ a aa © improving continually and] during the violent fighting which
Dr. A. L. Goddard, Mr, Charlie | also constructed from bamboo Y.M.C.A eke the students are; *0. bas sropriaie Govern e Secretary had recommended |}! rhe a ore dificult | {owed
‘ c LA., where es aC ment authorities that t! } M rheodore St, C, Modeste, 26 at it is “getting more difficu
Peirce, Mr. and Mrs. Bruce | A feature in contrast to the|living. The twelve weeks’ course CR’ Autnorities that the road be; Mx. ; : aah the » for an aggressor to| Commun st troops were finally
e , included the lis ho had served in the armed 1 the time for age
Goddard and family and members | {1929 Jamboree was that on that]will cover a wide field of sub- ‘"° oo tne ee OF. TORGE er é {

; ; c : ttack with any degree of suc-| put to fi ght 1 retreated into
; ; : 1ende the Ves t orees 1ome and overseas) fror ‘ N &

, }oceasion the campers had to sub-|jects in addition to the malo | Gon a ; d by the Vestry to be spat 48 ie 1 me bp oxet in the "ASP, he mountains. —U.P,
‘mit to rain and mud, whereas on|theme of trade union organisa- , °°" : ; ,







of the Atkinson family.
Looking fit and jovial as ever,|












































{ ” Are! ” -lanni Offic
Denis said that he had a good |the present tour, there was much|tions and industrial relations. ; * as ae a ae “hea ee ns —_—
tour and was glad to be back heat and dust which made it very| The opening session to be held|. 4% '@. €F was read from the (iV to assenyer of the | Lepper
home. As far as the cricket was trying for the campers, although,°" Tuesday, 25th March, is th: | Sveretary Meast uric ‘id and “pep ag arg gp gh ee
concerned he said it was hard le ahh an) a oa only’ one which will be open to(Mount Gay Ltd., “ack! owledging ising a ,
dded that he thought thei jnot detracting in any way from y o ich will be open to), 2 eg ting ad been acting as a rent « ollec~
and adde at he thoug eir |the enjoyment. the public, jthe receipt of a letter from the|,\" Oa” vaintenance clerk
defeat was due to batting and | Organised tours of the count | Vestry inquiring as to wh steps |, as ees i e
ganis § ry 7 e Board. H¢ (Mr, Mottley
poor fielding. } diame ¥ ; ct had been taken or were contem- . ; i
Asked about the trip back) were arranged and Major Griffith savas : “duce the Std, adhering to the — prin« ple
home he said that it was the best jsaid he was very impressed with] Pig Diacuiesed) | tiisance of.ashes and soot coming! 7{,Peomenm, f Mr. Le gies was RS
part of the tour, It was very | jthe beauty of the country, He isance of ashes and soot coming stil] prepared to say that Mt ;
leasant, everyone was nice te! thought Jamaica a very wonder- a a from Fairfield Factory, to houses wodeste, though he had started _
p harkiots of f | \ful country CAIRO, March 22. ind residents in the district. i i messenger, had shown the
them and they had lots of fun. | | A feature of the Jamboree onl _.S!t,.Ralph Stevenson called on| The Secretary stated that cer-| ability and had’ had the honesty |) +f
| which ‘the Major spoke with great peean ee tod ce jtain steps had bew: taken and’and integrity to do this job, he | 3 .
} aaah ig mach Pasha at his residence today for were as follows (a) Another boile srepared move that he be Z h asus
Coast Guard : aan ake acumen aeuiceun talks on the Anglo-Egyptian dis- | had bee cere talled in the factory inte d Although war service C oice
Â¥ fe \ & ae : SOOT RS pawn . pute, to make bette ymbustion and t not the only reeomn |
Rescue Eight ‘ ed Sate 1; y the community at large, espec~ Foreign Minister Abdel ‘Khalek | +, sduce the as has, (b) the Dit ect a ti ™ all things being equal, one
i - ially those families in whose|Hassona Pasha and Amr Pasha! yp the Company w@s in consulta-|had to consider those people who
MIAMI, Florida, Mar. 22 | DENIS ATKINSON houses they were billoted before] Egypt's Ambassador to London | tion with the Encineers about the! went out and served that they
Biel cpeemien ween. seabetes. Rey es jend after their encampment. He|who was recalled by the former) -rection at Fairfield of an ash{'ight be in the island to carry |
red from a sinking motor vessel ES said “the people of Jamaica could] Wafdist government were with)» ector similar to that now in use ‘on democracy. Fach machine produced ”
to a Coast Guard rescue craft 30 ON “OTHER PAG @ On page 10 the Prime Minister.—U.P. = : " —- os > At this stage Mr. Mottley asked in th rid’s most
He | at Haymans Factory, St. Peter and 4 5 saad S
miles Northeast of Hayana. Page , eel : he Secreta Mr. “ashle if in modern plant is h VA,
The 33-foot rescue boat advis- | 2 Caribbean Calling peer eee ener ae ae gpa nite of all the applicant fore built by the same crafts- —the Wy
ed the U.S. Coast Guard rescue 3 At The Cinema; Farm orna oes wee B TepOst. ORS ees s- them thet day, # he. (Mr. Lush ome horas oe sing (x4 W , y
oar: here 7 ees eseet and Garden; Garden- (te, ngstet en meres 2° i @ On page 10 | Ap ne wai bY ORLD s \
a converte: a " ni JeCISION BDOUl aw Bais , Hart le to victory in ¥
ing craft loaded with deck ma- 4 aed Maas Side- The Company gave theit neem he \ 1's Professional \ ) CHAMPION Nd

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5 nk”. ‘ | f assurance of ‘their willingness at Sprit har pion hips in
Te Const Goena seid the men | lights on Sport; Table S.: 1 60 Dead all times ~ do evetything to re- P li » Se atter \\ 1949 and °. "Make X
apparently are all’ ip good con-' Tennis . = i i once -¢ ' ur choice is | &

Chats on Swimming; duce or eliminate the nuisances





















dition, Five boats and a_ patrol | 5 F ~— Cémblained of 2 \| j eipn — th plane had searched for the crip- ‘ a eiraientites LITTLE ROCK, Arkansas, March 22. |X vg cE Trieste Rioters \ und easiest running eye!

pled vessel.—U.P. ae. Wesel Slee’ and A SG AUD of killer tornadoes—running “four to six’ |pr, Kirten P.M.O., acknowledging y y |

“i yen You brerst—swept through at least four Southern States and | with thanks the receipt of a letter dentaae - sare: 08 |

Airforces Fly | 7 The Ideal Home; left more than 160. persons dead, hundreds injured and|from the Vestry inviting him to fo nee, bare 93, |

p r | Guide Notes al leulabl d reconsider his decision of resigning Police fired im t)

5 i 8 Editorials; Sitting on most incalculable progerty Gamage, as the Commissioner of Health of per a crowd Wi ! >
5,710 Sorties tho’ Pango; Poweation ‘atest reports listed 167 persons killed : 110 im Arkan- | the-parish of St. Lucy. turned four Ans merican ¢a

1 ak, a as, 33 in fen nessee, 15 in Missouri and 9 in Mississippi. hose | present. were Rev. /%nd smashed windov n the.)

TOKYO, March 22. | Kegiment pp = : iritish service club during a gen- ||

United States Sabre jets in five 9 Building A New Cas ~ <5 Pestaina, Messrs. C, H. Yearwood, * il ai oat 60.000 worker |

@aya of thundering dogfights tast tries 3RENADA WANTS The Weather Bureau said the|G, G: Harris, C, St.C. Howell, F. A, ("ai Sit Ke by ob wer nroug’. ||
ES hot d ne and pro- 10 Local News $3 MILLION LOAN twisters began a devastating|Greaves, L. Bourne, J. BE. Te ye ee ia ate
ee Se ee ode vices 11 The Lives of Harry Lime weep in Southwestern Arkansas! Brancker and I. C. Sobers. fs ie > ai Widnes
bably 12 Communist M.1.G.'s and < a ve From Our Own Correspondent . Pp in sou pstern @NS3s | : Jown with Brita ' Dov
lost none in air to air eens 12 Cuca an GRENADA, Mar. 22. en eam yest epee Peat ith méfica” in demonstr ition
according to Far East Airforces ee A motion was passed by the| Tennessee then Mississippi and the RY fter a midnight st by abo
However they report that a} 13 Comic — cH Legislature yesterday, the Hon,|Southeast, corner of Missouri and ASSIZE DIA 6.006 wer’ t t ‘
wing pounced on a flight of, F51 16 The Y Lives o arry Colonial Treasurer Adams ab-|might swirl into Northern Ten- MONDAY turr e Allied 1 tary tru

propellor driven ea ae and aime staining from advising Governor|nessee and Kentucky. . ( zed some other |
aera one Ooh deri Arundell to boost the million and Some towns were “wiped off No. 13—Reg. vs. Nathaniel Tr trike which paralysed ti

e oer. ’ Bs MIGi “ se A a half dollar loan already sought the map” or “laid flat” as the Foster Anglo-American Zone of the ( i

a damage claim against an Praedial Larcetiy for the colony to three million.|;ocring winds chewed their way ee . was in protest against the policy |
in the same action. — i Frem Get Own Correspondent AWhile members conceded the teoume tid baactryside oa ite No. 35--Reg. vs, Samue ae ine letdeateie: who’ se

Atatel of Sous ASiod Aeplines GRENADA, Mar. 22." | Treasurer’s concern was the pos-|¢z ‘ v , Alleyne terday demanded the return |

lud t k eastbound journey.—U.P.
were destroyed including we The Legislature this morning jsible difficulty involved in rais- : ' bold the hole free territory to Ital |
F84 Thunderjets to ground fire. y 2 s . free :







Far East Airfoeces flew 5,710|2#68¢d @ Bill in an effort to curb/ing the loan and the colony's
sorties during the week includ- praedial larceny, It increases the |nbility to meet the implications

p : 7" ; ” ’ ° ‘ bee, ‘ i oe
Ss yr Super- | P©& nalty to the maximum fine of!) They held that the request was an IEE hk R fi I AY M of q of rol ' ) os .
gg velit by a mataen: |$25 50 or a year’s imprisonment and |indication of Grenada’s need for ei wD an rh . 4 ic “Ue chment of + Brit a THE ALL-STEEt BICYCLE

















|
Front.—vU.P. elso créates a fund from all!development aid Hon. R. K | Amer n Militar rohic | al Malsigh Industries Zxithd, Nottingham, Einglands
monies received under the Ordin-|Douglas, the mover, asked for ‘hc | HEAVY showers fell in ali; Station Hill Districts. The gutte , ' 1}
ance except the costs for the pay-|additional amount for the pur-{| districts of St. Michael durir and streets of Bridgetown were point | a ‘AVE SUPPHERI
QUEEN TO FLY KLM ment in compensation t pro- | pose of ensive land settle-' Friday night and early Saturday well washed yesterday morning ’ || 4 CAVE SuiLl Hihp & L., Lid.
AMSTERDAM, Mar. 22 ducers suffering loss vent, hou cheme and the; morning. The showers continued The returr of the othe : tet} &
Queen Juliana decided she will} Mr. C. G. Eastmond extension * social] services. The| throughout the day on Saturday! parishes ere follow 5 ‘ e cl 2 t | Ms 10-13 (ROAR STREET
maintain her plan to travel in ajUnder Secretary of Treasurer expressed regret at the; while dark clouds continued to| George 84 p St Philip 80 gioem test in Ang] | § 4
K.L.M, ait to the United |charge of production int roduction of a motion of the gather in the sky. parts, St " 52 parts iy" | ,
i ; ; c f tl sky. t ’ : ( ¢ STURMEY-
States on April 1 despite the jing Departments meets thot ut any details of th Between Friday night and six Peter 95 Joseph } i al ° | re HER : sph ETE Ts deere
tragic airerash of _ the K.L.M. }lature on Monday m hemes contemplated—how thev|~*o’elock on Saturday morning one; parts, St. Andrev , part st alaeleudisheniih a ‘ ; ‘
plane “Queen Juliana” near!Government House and later the; would be operated and how te; inch and 36 parts fell in the City | Lucy 44 parts, St. John 33 parts,’ jured 8.1824 (2)
Frankfurt.—U.P. ‘Agricultural Association. tmect the commitments. ' and one inch and 28 parts in the! and St. James pa-ts —U.P Penner, ‘





PAGE TWO SUNDAY ADVOCATE SU NDAY, MARCH 23, 1952

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6.6. GLOBE zeta Cceatury re. |S ing... Carub |
TO-DAY 8.30 P.M. LAST SHOWING | New Sniart

tigzk UNKNOWN MAN. — Meena MALS, US. fe Water Polo

Walter PIDGEON — Ann HARDING | ’ } quarters in Trinidad, arrived here EFORE the dance. at the Bar-
= a 3 oa LADIES on Eriday evening by B.W.LA bados Aquatic Club on Sat-
TO-MORROW AND TUESDAY 4.45 & 8.30 P.M.
A Mixed Double vd

| from Antique and will be remain- urday, March 29, there will be
Pacan wove song = | DRESSES









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JANE! T v A DRESS SHOP















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(Next Door to Singers) |
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DRESSES—J ust arrived—a lovely selection of



BATHING SUITS—A large selection of ing until Tuesday staying as a two water polo matehes played
guest of the American Consul by floc he ill e i
Mr. Philip Erfist at St. Lawrence < fipoaighs, owe wt ~
dap l , ' . Law ladies’ game followed by a men’s
. : game.

| Mr. Hale is

colours and prices’

|

Cotton and (

| STRAPLESS BRAS. 32 to 38 f: $3.96
)

now completing a

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Esther WILLIAMS — Howard KEEL | tour of the Caribbéan visitihg the \ Baa enced wre Ws Pi

— and — various officers in the area. He arty aloes ‘ ; aah liee

ae WAH FOR for | has already made calls at Brit- % / — Palo end Tennis, Assogip
| 4 SIDE STREET (New Film) j}ish Guiana, St. Lucia and Anti- F

Cocktails or |e 6 leaving here for The Water Polo Association

Farley GRANGER — James CRAIG Weddings peers er hopes to send g swimming team

R. H. RAMSEY who is also Se eas ta gaits
2 % S ., a B i

OPENING WEDNESDAY, 26TH MARCH = 5 & 8.30 P.M. Smart Didier Creates tack! eta two or perhaps thfee men to Ja-

brief visit to Trinidad and re- mailed Hs Apr to fepresent Bar-

amed TO THE COCKTAIL turned by B.W.LA, on. Friday Bados it tie Brandy ‘Trophy.
: HATS evening. In the Men’s water polo match

on Saturday night a team of



| Back From U.S. Holiday

Desire’ |PLAZA

_— players over 21 years of age will
: 5 * Really, Uncle Cosmo, now meet a team of boys under 21
0 Fike RR ly cb oe = that General Franco’s suid and the game should be a most
iA) oherbrooke, y gz, anc + ea ; nheadih
w= ELVA KAZAN sence amwoceo o ARLES K FELDMAN F - f. Secretary of the Barbados Fire ea ak ses cept lee
: oaue Al RES Insurance Co. returned from the aren’t you just a wee bit The over 21 team will be
U.S.A. via Puerto Rico on Friday ashamed to go on fussing chosen from the following play-

ae after spending a holiday. He was

â„¢ ers: M. Foster, A. Weatherhead,
accompanied by Mrs. Armstrong

Boo Patterson, D. Bannister, K

Cc € Fai Ince, G. McLean, G. Foster, G.
a ile F j 5

Attended Welfare Talks ountry r Jordan, and H. Portillo

GROUP of willing workers The under 21 team will con-

OME of the delegates who had are staging a country fair on tain seven of the following: J
attended the Conference of Easter Monday, April 14 at Trent Chabrol, B, Manning, C. Evelyn,

Social Welfare Officers of th® Combined School, the proceeds of F. Manning, M. Weatherhead,

Caribbean area have now return- which will be in aid of the St. Geoffrey Jordan, A. Taylor, N

ed to their respective colonies, John the Baptist Vicarage Fund. Portillo, O. Johnson and M.

The last Fair held on Whit- Browne.
Monday last year was very suc-

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DISTANT

ae | DaRUsNdSs”
| GARY COOPER
“Bit VEG”

j Among those leaving on Friday
} eae oe 5 poe ed btn cessful, and it is hoped that this Enjoyed Holiday
nt Social Welfare Officer, who We, Will be given similar sup-

JANE WYMAN

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ah ahs sinted by hic wife port, as funds are very greatly FUE to leave Barbados tomor-
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aims Docdidinie’ kemaiaian ; son on their way back to Canada
OTHERS e Fe eT ttt cha, Awarded Scholarship = are Dr. Charles MacDougall, on
: THIS WEEK'S "on AN. BAYLEY, thirteen-year- Sn “eat pacts Snel 3
a ~ 75s rere Poa s a D
; \°" wo TICKETS | | Also leaving. on Friday by old son of Mrs. Doreen Bay- MacDougall, Mr. Stuart Lang,
| B.W.LA. for Trinidad on their ley of Surrey, England, and the President of Lang Bros. Specialty
COMING | 10 | SPECIAL way home were Mr. A. E. McNair, a a D. Bayley of this Co., Ltd. and manufacturers of
Social Development Officer of Colony, has been awarded an In- electrical appliances and Mrs
! te \ te 2 nr ; ve
N Ss | /, oe | British Honduras and the mef)- strumental Scholarship to Cran- Lang and Mr. and Mrs. A. J
00 BROAD At |} bers of the Jamaica delegation leigh School, Surrey. Mylrea, Insurance Brokers all of
Pi ATA MMISIE AL ’ BARGAINS comprising Hon. Harold Hough- ae examination for the schol- Toronto. They were holidaying
‘ ton, Director of Education; Mr. ®?ship was quite a difficult one here for the past two weeks
° TONY MARTIN ! | E. N. Burke, Actin General for the youngster who played two staying at the Windsor Hotel.
4 iB EOWN | EMPIRE ROXY | Slips eee 2 Two for $3.00 | Manager, Jamaica “Welfare Com- pianoforte pieces, one viclin solo, .
q iT oo AINT ING TODAY to TURS. 4.45 & 8.30 7 : | mission, Mr. E. D. Rogers, Execu- Worked a paper on rudiments and Mr. Mylrea said that it wa
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i STARS Starring | a . ty and Mr. B. J. Montgomery, Lark.” they had a, marvellous tim:
* L UubDps n Evat Melvyn Douglas KISS THE BLOOD OF MY kK.
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t With t miemediliee Sime —- Burt Lancastét — Joah Féntaine s o eee | Film Show in the senior school to which he the~ difference between the hilly
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“s Robert Mitchum Janet Leigh Mon. & Tues, 4.30 & 8.15 Se ae pr hes parts and the rest in addit
€ THENE oe Wg Republic Whole Serial — B’. courtesy of the British im success in his further studies. the general industry that is dis-
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’ MARLON DEA iORGAN Thur, 27th 1.30 p.m. and THOME PER ADERS bi Piet eee Scholars feanh ia ‘at , the ‘Mod- SHILST They hope that the —
> , s th at 9.30 a PARADISE VALLEY” High School 5 -STONE tions that are going on for oil
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Star : — in —
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—— Se and an orward to returning te Bar-
5 Wed, & Thar 430 & 8.15 ie i in Nes but they would not take 2
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WITH 4 SCREENFUL OF “ADVENTURE OF DON COY¥TE” Starring > . 2 Wenn: : ,
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Sat. th MIDNITE Whole Serial —- 4 diy 285 and 60 Bi } : , ‘ at
ABBOTT &COSTELLO MEET Ete ENYVESERBEE 844N ‘HAUNTED HARBOUR® “THE SHADOW Dh : On their return home he
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*
* | tS ING COMMANDER L. A.
x %| wectuk of EGGLESFIELD, Directo:
. x rican conti- General of Civil Aviation jn the
S : e M aenae Saath ribbeen area will be leaying
8 ‘Central Amerinan ae today by B.W.DA. on & vistt t
» : a9 Grand yman to inspect aiffiel
8 te thence to Jamaica
> . Mission from the Inter-
3 y Back Again nal Civil Aviation Organise -
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= “SEE YO! JRSEI F RS. VIOLET KIRTON, medi- ~~~
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. AS O ] HERS West Indies Mrs. Kirton is direct 2@ndo who was in Barbados ear-

from the London office of Wander ler in the year, returned on Fri-
Lid. and experts "t be here for “4Y by B.W.LA. for a short visi

Bake a Cake!

neveral weeks and is staying at ‘Leaton-on-
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after ha been six weeks as qa guest of his nep-
siy fll and is convalescing at hew Mr. Laurie Gittens of

t nursing home. She Brittons Hill, left during last week

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SUNDAY, MARCH 23, 1952

At The Cinema



THREE GOOD FILMS
By G.B.

EACH of the three films I have seen this week is good
entertainment, and it is extremely difficult to make a first

choice.

particular importance.

TAP ROOTS, showing at the
Plaza, Barbarees, is based on

James Street’s best selling novel.
I have not read the book, but the
film is a rousing, romantic his-
torieal drama that holds your in-
terest throughout. The time is the
Améfican Civil War—the place
Lebanon County, Mississippi, own-
ed and ruled by the proud and
domineering descendants of Sam
Dabney who cleared and settled
the land years before. A colourful
period, of American history and
the producer has lost no oppor-
tunity to make the film vivid,
glowing entertainment, The Tech-
nicolor is magnificent and the set-
tings, with the rolling hills of the
Blue Ridge Mountains and The
Smokies, covered in foliage that
is more blue than green, together
with the soil that is almost blood-
red make a brilliant background
of natural pageantry for the story.

When the state of Mississippi
seceded from the Union in 1860,
Lebanon County, under its pow-
erful landowner Hoab Dabney,
secedes from the state, and with
the help of Keith Alexander,
newspaper man and duellist, Dab-
mey rouses the sympathies of the
farmers and an army is formed.
Notwithstanding their loyalty and
bravery, the local army is de-
feated in battle by the Confederate
soldiers, and all that is left is the
valley and the family’s realization
of their deep-rooted love for their
land which they, in turn, will now
have to clear and bring into pro-
duction again.

Characterizations are colourful
with a vivacious portrayal by
Susan Hayward of Morna Dab-
mney, Southern beauty with a mind
of her own; Van Heflin as the
notorious newspaper editor whose
wits are matched by his reputation
for duelling; Ward Bond as Hoab
Dabney, whose pride in the own-
ership of his land overshadows
his commonsense and brings down
the final holocaust and Boris Kar-
loff as Tishumengo, Choctaw In-
dian, servant and friend of the
family, whose affection, loyalty
and wisdom make him a tower of
strength. All these people help to
Weave the strands of a graphic
story climaxed by a_ spectacular
battle in the swamps between the
Conferate Cavalry and the Leba-

non farmers.
Direction is excellent and the
musical background in perfect

keeping with the atmosphere of
the film.

DECISION BEFORE DAWN

With a fine cast, expert pho-
tography and sensitive direction,
DECISION BEFORE DAWN opens
at the Globe next Wednesday.
There can be no question that this
is an outstanding film, and will
take its place among the memor-



That being the case, order of reviewing is of no

Two salient questions are posed
in this film—when is a spy not a

spy and who is a traitor to his
country? These pertinent ques-
tions are pointed up by actual

events which took place during
the last months of World War Il
in Germany, when the Allied
Forces used prisoners of war on
dangerous missions to obtain in-
formation behind the German
lines It explores the meanings
of treason and with insight and
dramatie forcefulmess shows the
sufferings of people on both sides
and that frequently it is an al-

most imdeéfinable hairline that
sets hero gpart from traitor.
There is no eulogy on patriotism;

it is shown in all its terror and

splendour and sacrifice.

The attention of this true and
moving war-drama centres on an
idealistie German boy who
honestly believes that he ean best
serve his country by helping to
bring about the downfall of the
vicious and corrupt forces that
command her destiny. A prisoner
of war, he offers his services to
the Allies and is selected, with
another p.o.w. and a U.S. Army
Lieutenant to find the strategic
position of an important Panzer
Division. To know that one can
best serve one’s country by fight-
ing against it takes a_ stouter
heart and spirit than most people
possess but during the time he is
back with his own people in the
execution of his mission, though
he is. torn between two loyalties,
his decision to help the Allies
never wavers and he gives his life
for his country.

In this role, Oscar Werner, a
young Viennese actor gives a dis-
tinguished and deeply sensitive
performance, while Gray Merrill
and Richard Basehart are splendid
as American officers in chdtge of
the manoeuvres and co-ordination
of underground activities. The
balance of the cast is made up of
noted German actors and selected
G.I's,

Based on George Howe Chris-
topher’s novel “Call It Treason,”
DECISION BEFORE DAWN was
filmed entirely in bomb-shattered
Germany and the result is tense,
exciting and moving entertain-
ment.

ONLY THE VALIANT

Showing at the Plaza, Bridge-
town, ONLY THE VALIANT is
also a film, like “Tap Roots” with
an historical] background, but -f
an entirely different kind. The
period is 1867 and the setting is
a frontier post on the borders of
the Apache country. Taken from
the novel by Charles Marquis
Warren, the film is an exciting
adventure, when a small garrison
of seven United States Calvalry-
men are selected by their Captain
to hold a fort against the Indians
until reinforcements arrive at the

SUNDAY



ADVOCATE

FARM AND GARDEN

There may be some poultrymen
locally who’ have tried their hand
at caponizing, but we have been
unable to trace them and to learn
of their views and experience. Our
attention was recently attracted to
an item ‘Philadelphia Capon’
appeared on the menu of a visit-
ing tourist boat, hence a note on
the subject generally may be of
interest.

The above Gescription may be
just a compliment to tourists trom
Philadelphia travelling on the
boat and, therefore, useful as a
pleasing advertisement — as so
many descriptive labels are—or
that city may have been a collect-
ing point for the ship’s supplies of
this famous table delight. There
may be other reasons of which we
are unaware. Use of a place label
does not necessarily indicate the
actual source or origin of a com-
modity. We know, for example,
that a bottle labelled ‘Montserrat
Lime Juice’ is more than likely the
product of Dominica, the latter
tsland having superseded the
former in the growing of the lime.
The original term, however, still
serves as a trade name familiar to
all users of lime juice, Similarly,
the term ‘Worcester Sauce’ is
only a trade mame for a kind or
type of condiment, Thus, the term
‘Philadelphia’ applied to capon is
likely to be just a whim or fancy
designed to catch the eye. But,
whatever the reason, it does bring
publicity to the city of that name
and to the suppliers of the com-
modity in question. Now, we
think the term ‘Barbados Capon’
would be equally rhythmical on a
hotel or club menu and, if added
to the fact that it was a local pro-
duct, would combine pride of
achievement with good publicity
value. Well, what about it, hotel
keepers and restauranteurs? Have
you any suggestions for encour-
aging the local production of
capons?

Capons, of course, are nothing
new; they trace back to ancient
days and many a mediaeval ban-
quet featured capon. We seem to
recall that Neville Connell’s short
history of Barbados carries a ref-
erence to capon figuring among the
viands of an old time vestry ‘get
together’, Thus, the art of capon-
izing must have been practised
locally and we hope not entirely
relegated to the limbo of things
forgotten. The term ‘capon’ sug-
gests something exotic and roman-
tic compared with the ordinary



reason for selecting them—name-
ly, their army récords are such
that they could easily be spared
from the post — but, before the
battle, each man gets his chance to
vindicate himself. The final battle
is a fitting climax to the suspense
that is built up and ends in the
rout of the Apaches by the new
Gatling Gun.

Gregory Peck heads a good cast
and as the tough, hard-bitten
officer, he adds yet another excel-
lent characterization to his long
list of successes. Ward Bond, Lon
Chaney jr. and Jeff Corey each
give distinctive performances in
their separate roles while Barbara



By AGRICOLA
‘chicken’ or ‘fowl’ which, more-
over, often ineludes ahy bird—

male or female—which may have
been running around the yard for
some time before destiny inter-
venes and it finally reaches the
consumer with the euphemistic
label ‘chicken’, é

A capon is commonly described
as a cockerel whih has had its re+
productive organs removed when
about two months old. Surplus
male birds on a poultry farm or
in a backyard can be an annoy-
ance to both hens and neighbours,
They are a hindrance to farmers
and poultry keepers producing
table eggs for market since male
birds allowed to. run with the
flock cause a préponderance of
fertile eggs which do not keep
well. There are still many people
who believe that in order for a
hen to lay eggs she must have a
mate which, of course, is not the
ease at all. Besides, cockerels al-
lowed to mature are tough and un-
palatable. Converted into capons,

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GARDENING HINTS FOR AMATEURS

RE-POTTING FERNS
The re-potting of Ferns is a
debatable point with many gar-
deners, some hold that the family

of Maidenhair should be re-pot-
ted every year, and some dis-
agreeing with this. But should

a fern appear healthy, and is not
overcrowded in the flower-pot it
would seem absurd to disturb it
and the most sensible thing would
be to leave it alone until a re-
potting is really necessary.

Should re-potting however
have to be done the recognised
time to re-pot ferns is the month
of March, At this time of the
year it is dry, and this job can
be done in the comfort of hand-
ling dry materials and uninter-
rupted by showers. It’s always
best in doing a job of this sort
to have everything ready to hand
before starting, and the first thing
to see to is that the flower-+pots
that are to be used are clean and
dry.

The next thing to have ready
is the potting mixture. In this
again opinions differ, for it is
well known that ferns are very
accommodating things, and ‘will
make the best of almost any soil.
But naturally they will do even
better if some trouble is taken
to give them all they need and
a little trouble over the mixture
is well worth while. There are
various formulas for ferns. The
mixture given here has been
taken from the little book “Gar+
dening in Barbados for Ama-
veurs.”’

Potting Mixture For Ferns

3 parts of sifted leaf mould.

1 part wood-ash

1, parts dry
manure,

pounded cow

4 part soot
able pictorial achievements of outpost. The Captain, a rigid Payton supplies the romantic i part charcoal well poufided.
both World Wars. disciplinarian, tells the men his interest. 1 part coarse Well washed sand
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however, thay put on weight rap-
idly and will develop into plump,
fleshy, tender and very palatable
table birds, With the right instru-
ments, the operation is simple to
perform and harmless in _ its
effects. As a result, the capon
changes materially from its form-
ex features. It becomes docile, the
comb and wattles do not develop,
and the feathers grow very long
thus giving the bird an attractive |
and distinctive appearance. Cock-
erels of the right age and weigh- |
ing not more than two pounds or
less than 18 ounces are recom- |
mended for conversion into capons.
Weil-fed, such birds will put on |





almost a pound a month in weight ;
They should command a ready sale |
at high prices, especially on fes- |

tive occasions and at other times

when turkeys may not be obtain- ,
able or when the average family
may require something smaller bw
equally tasty and satisfying, We
ean think of no mere profitable
way of utilizing surplus cockerels |
not required for breeding pur-
poses,

,
|

or marl or very small pieces
of hard stone,

Dividing The Fern ]
Sometimes a fern needs only |
to be taken from a small pot anc |
re-potted into a latger one, But}
occasionally the fern is over-|
grown and needs to be divided |
to enable it to give two or even |

three plants instead > one.
In that case the b . oe
vision is to cut th fern
cleanly, roots anc 1 a



Te ie. |
urn the fern ow ui wwe ,
part the fronds and cut aeney
down in the desired spot thus di-
viding it into two or more plants.
One garden book tells us that it
is possible to do this ration, |
if so wanted, without ta! g the
fern out of the pot at all, Just cut
and remove the divided part from
the pot after it-is cut then fill-
ing in the space with the potting
mixture, .

After the fern has been re-
planted, keep it in a shady place
for some time, and keep it well
watered.

When potting the ferns a good
layer of broken ecrocks or small
stones must first be placed at the
bottom of the pot. Next fill the
half full with the potting mix-
ture After that put in the fern,
press it firmly dewn and fill up
the pot, Do not make the mistake
of planting the fern too deep but
try to have a nice judgment in
this matter and get it just right.

After the newly potted fern
has made a start, and has been
moved into its real home in the
Fernery, see to it that the pot
is placed so that the fern has
plenty of room and air around
it. See too that the pot is turn-
ed from time to time, for this
ensures that the fern will grow
into a nice even shape instead of
lopsided.

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W.I. NEED PACEMEN
SAYS GODDARD

Team For Jamaica Selected
By 0. S. COPPIN

‘KIPPER JOHN GODDARD returned from Aus-
| wala via Trinidad on Tuesday. Although
} he was a busy man and had not seen his family for
| seven months yet he was kind enough to spare me
| a few minutes immediately on his arrival.
| He confirmed the view that I had expressed al-
most ad nauseam in this column and that is that
the absence of really fast men, capable of bowli
with sufficient spirit and thrust as first of all to
} disturb the batsrman’s equilibrium, and secondly to
} Maintain some sort of balance of bumpers,

Both Jeiirey Stollmeyer and Gerry Gomez expressed a similar
view to skipper Goddard when they arrived some days before him
j; and although I did not expect him to do otherwise, I am glad that
| he supported the view in aefinite and unequivocal terms,
| MY SUPPORT TOO
‘| TOO support a qualification made by Goddard thet this should
} not mean that every pace bowler should now start bowling short
| and bowling nonsense. Ii they had the necessary pace they should be
| trained from the point of view of accuracy, guile and thrust.

I had a friendly chat with International cricketer Herman Griffith
yesterday and I am sure that he would not mind my quoting him in
this respect because I think that it sums up both skipper Godfiard’s
views and my own views on the subject and that is that a man must

be a bowler /irst before he could attempt to bowl bumpers

| That brings us back to the fact that the West Indies cricket au-
thorities who have apparently ignored responsible opinion in West
| Indian cricket circles for years now that has advocated that pace
| bowlers taken on International tours must be trained and not select
| ed almost at random as selegtion after a single Intercolonial series

must surely be.

i PACERS NEEDED

(oes has emphasised the ‘act that they are needed. In this
respect be has corroborated views previously expressed by

Jeffrey Stollmeyer and Gerry Gomez, two players who are senior in

service to him : International cricket field,

Ca wlies cricket authorities afford to ignore this
authe ) ought, If so they need to be converted or dis-
! carded before the Indian tour opens in 1952—53,

A meeting is due this year in British Guiana and there has been
indicated Unai there will be a change in the’ administration. The re-
presentatives of the various member bodies must bear in mind that
in selectung the officers they will be handing over to them the safe-
keeping of future West Indies cricket and any appointments made by
fn should be made with a full. measure of responsibility.



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There must be no insularity nor despicable propaganda methods
directed at candidates and above all they must choose men strong
and resolute enough to keep West Indies cricket at a level that ensures
for it a respectable position in World cricket circles.

ARE PROFESSIONALS AVAILABLE ?
[PERE is much speculation about the fact that ali the professionals,

Worrell, Walcott, Weekes and Marshall might not be available



for the tour with India, \ - :
it must be remembered that the opinion of Goddard hinself and
of Jeifrey Stoilmeyer as well is that we can take care of IfMfdiia if we

| have the services of our professionals.

Some quarters have suggested that Mr, Cyril Merry, the manager
of the team to Australia is the one person who can throw any light
al present on that matter. However Mr. Merry will have to report
;to the Board and it is the right of the member bodies of the West
{Indies Cricket Board of Control to be apprised of the true position.

If this is so, although I am sure that there is no immediate talent
in the West Indies to substitute for any one of the four players just
mentioned, especially Wit htheir further experience of a tour to
Australia, then the West Indies must set about at once to tackle what~
ever obstacles lie in the way of our obtaining the services of these
| professionals.
| Failing this, however much we may be stunned at the prospect
| Of doing without one or more of them, we will have to tackle the
| problem at once as only prompt action will help to cushion the blow
jin case they are not available.

TALENT SPOTTING

SEE that Trinidad have instituted a scheme for talent spotting.
This should be taken up at a West Indian level. I agree that
| there should be an effort by controlling bodies in West Indian terri-
tories to look for talent themselves, but too long have we ignored
| the field of the Leeward and Windward Islands that in the past have
given us Ollivierre and Mignon to mention just two at random.

Surely West Indian cricket delegates should witness the Cork
Cup games played by Leeward and Windward islands teams and
report back in time for prospective candidates to be vetted. I should
hate to see a repetition of the feeble effort at trying out Crick of
St. Lucia and Mason of St. Vincent for the W.I.—Australian tour.

TENNIS TEAM SELECTED

Ric P. TAYLOR, J. D. Trimmingham and D. E. Worme as reserve,

have been selected by the Council of the Barbados Amateur

Lawn Tennis Association to represent Barbados in the Brandon
irophy games in Jamaica,

I have been informed that the Association might find it possible
only to send two players owing’ to the high cost of Rassages and
accommodation.

They are however endeavouring to raise sufficient funds to defray
the cost of sending the third player Worme. I hope for the sake of
Barbados’ already limited chances that it will be possible to send
three players otherwise it would mean that should two players go,
they will have to play two Singles as well as Doubles, on three
consecutive afternoons, all the best of five sets.

This will be a considerable risk in addition to being a terrific
Strain. Added to this, if either of them becomes ill or meets with an
accident, Barbados will have to forfeit the game.

I understand that the Association has circulated all the leading
sports clubs soliciting donations, but so far their efforts have not met
with success, .

This venture, in my opinion, recornmends itself at once to public
support as there is every possibility of the Association receiving a
generous donation from the profit from the tour in Jamaica and this
will be set aside for conditioning a portion of the land at the Pine
for use as Association grounds.

oy ee ALTA RS Be Las 1
ATHLETICS SECRETARY RESIGN

SEE that Mr. J. W. B. Maynard has resigned as Secretary of the

Amateur Athletic Association of Barbados, Mr. Maynard has
rendered sterling service to the newly formed Association during his
regime as Secretary, ‘

Public memory is notoriously short and the work of a Secretary
such as Mr. Maynard who helped to revive local athletics after a
decade of hibernation might well be promptly forgotten. I recom-
mend him to the sporting public for their thanks and appreciation of
his work which might not be known even to that branch of nincom-
poops who turn up at General Meetinjgs of Associations in cricket,
football, athletics or what you will, completely ignorant of the history
of the particular Association and’ proceed to use their tongues and
their votes in no uncertain manner, even if unintelligently.

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Barna One Point

Ahead Of Q.C.

BARNA, by scoring a four-one win over Adelphi, have
retained their lead in the Ladies’ Inter-Club Table Tennis

Championships.

It takes a lot to beat the Barna team. I

was one of the many who thought that Adelphi could at
Jeast secure two matches if not beat Barna if the draw was

favourable.

The draw was very reasonable.

It resulted in the

players well matched and doubtless to say, everyone
looked forward to the overthrow of the Strathclyde team.

Marion Manning, by her ex-
cellent concentration and sugreme
ability at tactics, swung the
game in Barna’s favour by de-
feating Betty Carrington, one of
the outstanding players of the
Adelphi team. This was the most
interesting match of the night.
Miss Manning, to the delight of
the crowd, won by two straight
games, 22—20, 21—16.

I feel that Miss Manning has
the edge on the other ladies
when it comes to concentration.
Her only handicap is her weak
forehand defence but with more

ractice she should go far in the
Padies' Open Championship,

In the first game of the Man-
ning-Carrington match both play-
érs began very cautiously, Miss
Carrington took three of the first
five points. The score was 10—
8 when Miss Carrington delight-
ed the audience with a hard fore-
hand slam which penetrated Miss
Manning's defence. Shortly af-
terwards Miss Carrington smash-
ed again but the cheering did not
appear to worry Miss Manning’s
concentration.

For the better part of this game
Miss Carrington’s backhand cut
shot, which kept low over the
ret, appeared to worry Miss
Manning. Service changed at
16—14 and later at 20—15 in
favour of Miss Carrington.

Then Miss Manning found her
opponent’s weakness. She discov-
ered that pushing the ball hard
to her opponent's backhand did
not present a problem. She there-
fore shortened the ball. By doing
this she hindered Miss Carring-
ton from getting on her beauti-
ful cut shot.

Miss Manning brought the game
from 20—15 to deuce as every-
one cheered loudly. She got the
following two points to win
22—20.

Takes the Lead
Inspired by her lead, Miss
Manning took the lead in the
second game. Miss Carrington
brought points even at eight all.
Miss Manning however regained
the lead. Service changed at
19—16 in her favour. By this time
Miss Carrington appeared to have
lost confidence. Miss Manning

won easily, 21—16.
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Football
Fixtures

DIVISION ONE
Mon. 24—Cariton vs. Everton
Referee O. Graham
Linesmen: H. Wilson and G, Amory.
Thursday 27—Notre Dame vs. Empire
Referee O. S. Coppin



Linesmen: S. Parris and C, Roachford.
Sat. 29.—Carlton vs. Spartan
Referee: S. Gittens
Linesmen; W. Hoyos and R. Parris.

DIVISION TWO

Tues. 25—Empire vs. P. Rovers
Referee W. Hoyos

Fri. _28—Carlton vs. Everton.
Referee: G. Amory

DIVISION THREE
Mon, 24—Rangers vs. Combermere at
Shell,

Referee: J. Parris.
Cable & Wireless vs
Boarded Hall.

Referee S. Parris.

Tues. 25—College vs.
College.

Referee C. B. Williams.

Regiment vs Lodge at Garrison.

Referee F. Edwards
Notre Dame vs. F. O. Boys at Bay

Referee J. Archer
Foundation vs. Y.MP.C Tae at
Beckles Road.

Referee K. Walcott.

Everton vs. Carlton at Black Rock.

Referee A. Parris
Police vs. Pickwick-Rovers at Kensing-

ton.

Referee A. Thomas.
Cc. O. Boys vs Wanderers at Comber-
mere,
. Referee R. Hutchinson.
Fri, 28—C, O, Boys vs. Police at Com-
bermere
Referee K. Walcott.
Foundation vs Rangers at Foundation
Referee G. King
Fri, 28—Carlton vs Combermere at Black
Rock.
Referee C. Roachford
Wanderers vs. Y.M.P.C, at Bay.
Referee D. Wilson
C. & W. vs. P. Rovers at Boarded Hall.

Referee A. Thomas.
College vs, YÂ¥.M.P.C,

Referee R_ Parris

INTER SCHOOL
Fri. 28—Lodge vs. College at Lodge.
Referee O. Graham

Foundation at

Y.M.P.C. “B” at

“BR

“A” at College.



H.C. Defeated
By Spartan 3-0

Playing a very much improved
game, Spartan yesterday evening
defeated Harrison College by 3
goals to nil when the second
round of the B.A.F.A. first divis-
ion fixtures began at Kensington
Oval.

There was another good crowd
in attendance, and they were
somewhat disappointed in the fact
that the College team, though
Starting @ good game, lapsed into
many errors which militated
against their chances of saving
the game.

Spartan touched off, kicking to-

wards the southern goal, and
after the College defence had
thwarted their first effort, the

School boys began to show some
of the form associated with this
team at the beginning of the
season,

This return to form was most
evident during the first fifteen
minutes of play when with good
combination and _ constructive
play, they sent the Park team on
the defensive.

The two Tudor brothers, Paul
at centre forward and his brother
Fernando at inside right, concen-
trated moe on dribbling into the
goal than on taking shots even
when inside the penalty area. Too
often did they do this, and as a
result, the Spartan backs were
able to recover when beaten and
passed, and very excellent oppor-
tunities were missed when tha
school team was definitely on top

A Good Pass

The Spartan team after the
lapses by the school boys, suc-
ceeded in organising themselves,
and soon Jemmott got a good pass
on the left wing, cut in and sent
in a grounder with his right foot,
beating Smith, the College cus-

todian to open fhe score for
Spartan,

The College defence was not
undaunted, and they staved off

many a Spartan attack, but each
time, the forward line bungled
their chances of equalising,

Another goal came for Spartan
when Grant at inside right sent
one across to Jemmott on the left

- wing for this player to cut in and

take his second good shot. Ains-
ley Gittens, the Spartan centre
forward, however, was in position
and converted.

The interval was taken with no
change in the score, and when
play was resumed, Spartan press
ed the attack in an effort to in-
crease further their lead. The
school boys were also trying des-
perately for their first goal, but
again the Tudor brothers contin-
ued dribbling into their op-
ponents’ goal.



Defence Tiring

After ten minutes, the College
defence began to show signs of
tiring, and the Park team taking
advantage of this, pu# everything
they had into the attack. They
played quite good football, and
their. short passing was nearly
always correct.

They succeeded in enhancing
their position when Griffith kicked
a good corner which Gittens re-
ceived and passed to Ishmael who
sent in a pile-driver which re-
bounded off the net, leaving the
spectators aghast.

During the final stages of the
game, the College forwards allow-
ed numerous chances to go abeg-
ging, and the final whistle found
aaa winners by three goals to
nil,



“ILLUSTRIOUS”’
DEFEATED

A one day cricket match at
“Brisbane”, Chelston Gap, Cullo-
den Road, ended in an outright
victory for Mr, Fields’ XI last
Thursday.

A
AAU LIAAL PG A

SUNDAY, MARCH 23, 1952

GOOD HORSES AT
UNION PARK
Bright Light And April's Dream

To Renew Rivatry

By BOOKIE



NTRIES for the Union Park meeting have
produced better fields than we have seen fo:
many years at this particular fixture. The recerd
number of 106 is not very much larger than ‘the
previous best, but it is mainly the quality of the
fields and not the numerical strength which
impresses. :

For many years now Union Park has been suffering from a
dearth of good horses racing in the top class. This has been going
on since 1939. But this year the top class event, the Leaseholds
Trophy, has attracted both quantity and quality. There are eleven
on the list and of these at least five can be numbered among the best
in the West Indies at present. If we number the newcomer Astrion
among those for which high hopes are held it will mean that at least
over half the field is something more than padding,

S I see it those with the best chances, not only in the Leaseholds
A Trophy, but at the entire meeting, in this class are: Kandy
Tuft II, Golden Quip, Notonite, Hellican and Mark Twain. Between
these there should not be much to choose except with regard to Mark
Twain who was in very poor form at the Christmas Meeting. It is
difficult to say exactly what his trouble was, but I would not be
surprised to hear that the hard going which prevailed had something
to do with it, If Mark Twain’s form of last June is recalled and again
his performances at Arima, where he won once, it will be remembered
that he gave of his best when the going was soft.

In that case we may have to rule him out once more on the
strength of latest reports whicii indicate that the going at Union
is.on the hard side. With the other four it looks as if we shall be
in for a battle royal. With their respective displays; both at the
Christmas meeting and the Barbados March meeting so recently
concluded, it is clear that the harder the going, the better they will
run.

Kandy Tuft II should be the favourite. After racing two seconds
at the Christmas fixture, he showed us that he was still running into
form by winning his third race and then running well again when
only a miscalculation on the part of his rider seemed to rob him of
the race. At Union I should imagine he will be in better form dué
to his having acclimatised himself more. ’

But what difference he has in his favour will not be much over
a horse like Notonite and to draw a line between the\two, one can
easily refer to the performance of each against Fuss Budget.. She
has recently beaten them both. But while she allowed a few pounds
to Kandy Tuft II when she did so, she was in receipt of many pounds
from Notonite when she defeated him here a few weeks ago.

HEN it comes to sprints, Hellican is perhaps the one with the

best chances and judging from the way he was run at the
Christmas meeting, his connections seem to think it a slur on such
a fine horse to allow him to run in C class. For although he was
classified In this division, I do not think he ran one race in it for the
entire meeting. But he did so well in the handicaps with good
weights that I do not think the difference, now that he finds himself
in A, will mean very much.



Golden Quip is a mare about which I would not like’ to commit
myself on paper very often, Above I i.cluded her in the four there
is not much to choose between. But Verhaps I shoulc have added
the proviso: “If fit and racing true.” Otherwise she will be beaten
Just as easily and ridiculously as she has been for the last year or
more prior to the Christmas meeting. I heard it said by someone
who should be in the know that the Christmas meeting was the first
lime that she was really at her best because she had taken such a
long time to acclimatise. Far be it from me to d ny this. I have
known others to take longer. But it does seem Raisutous to force
such a good horse and delay her “acclimatisation”, (if it may be so
termed) by the very act of forcing. But this is a common ailment
with owners in the W.I. There has even been the case of the horse
whose owner was forced to allow him the necessary time to acclima-
tise because he broke down after two quick meetings. That is really
doing it the hard way, isn’t it? :

1 also see that Ligan is on the entry list once again. This is not
surprising although, of course, there is no certainty that he will face
the starter. Some time ago it was rumoured that even Jetsam might
make a come back to racing. The latter incidentally has sired a lovely
bunch of horses up here who will be seen this year as two-year-olds,
Toten he already has some three-year-olds to his name racing in
Trinidad.

Races in B class and C class at Union have produced their usual
crop of new names and older stagers all mixed up. It is difficult to
pick out any as potential favourites from this distance. I notice that
one of the few visitors in these classes will be Mr, Cyril Baraard’s
Southern Cross. She is staging a come-back. .

In the creole classes the feature event will be the Easter Guineas.
A well thought up classic for three-year-olds over 7 furlongs. this
will be the second renewal. There are nine final acceptors and as
already mentioned some weeks ago the outstanding favourite is Bright
Light. The rest of the field consists of: Claire de Lune, (Potora-
Ranee), The Ambassadress (Coat-of-Arms——-Weglind), Mark Light
(Merry Mark-Fastnet), April’s Dream (Jim Crackerjack-April Show-
ers), En Prix (Jetsam-Sun Maiden), Drury Lane (Roidan-H,B. mare),

. Flying Rock (Rockphoon-Really Flying), Gallant Rock (Rockphoon-

Leap Year).

.JT is not known if the New Union Park Turf Club intend to leave this

classic open to all horses bred in the B.W.I.in future years, but
at present it might be the only one in existence in which our creoles
can be seen against those of Jamaica. I say “might be” because I
am not sure of the conditions of the Derby Trial Stakes at Arima.
In any case if they are both left open they will perhaps, one day, be
the most important classics in the B.W.I. For in all others the
Jamaicans are for the Jamaicans while Barbados and Trinidad for
everybody else except the Jamaicans.

Providing that Bright Light is fit I see no reason why she should
not take the race rather easily. The entries for the last two days at
Union have not yet been published and so it is not known whether
she has been entered in any of the C class races. It is very probable
that she has not been, so that if she is beaten in the classic, the horse
who defeats her need not be worried over as far as future classifica-
tion is concerned. But it would be very interesting to see the re-
shuffle after the meeting if Bright Light is beaten in the classic and
then wins an open C class event.

Her main rivals will be Gallant Rock and Drury Lane with April’s
Dream as the great unknown quantity. The last named has not been
seen on the trask since she ran here last August as a two-year-old
when she won her first race and was then beaten in her second, Her
defeat it was said was due to sore shins. This will therefore be her
third encounter with Bright Light and each having had a‘victory over
the other, it will be interesting to see whether April’s Dream has
made the abnormal progress which Bright Light made between
August and December.

In class D I see that Paris is due to make a come-back while the
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PEE nite —— ea

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A.W.A.B. PREPARES
FOR JUNIOR SHOW

FEWO sets ‘of eliminations were

held during the week by the
Amateiir Weightlifting Association
in prepara-
tion for the
Junior
Weightlifting
Show and
Body Beau-
ty @on-
tests which
take place at



A. IFILL
Queen’s Park Steel Shed on Sat-
urday night at eight o'clock.

So far only three ladiés have en-
tered for the Miss Bridgetown
Contest but the Association is
looking forward to an ifcrease in
this number to over a dozen by
the end of néxt week. The Miss
Bridgetown Contest is one of the
great attractions of the show,

For the honour, Mr. Barbados
Jnr, there are twenty-one en-
trants. The average height is five
feet, seven and a half inches but
the men all have beautiful bodies.
This Contest will provide a head-
aché for the judges.

The first set of eliminations was
held at York Barbell Club, Black
Rock on Monday night. There
are only two entrants, A, Grant
of York and M. Reviere of Unique,
in the 123 lb. Class and they have
qualified for the Show.

In the 132 Ib.

Class there were
four entrants, K.
Watson of Bede's
Gym, G. Jordan
of Leeward, R.
Goddard of Eagle
Hall Club and A.
Weekes of York
Barbell. Weekes
and Watson were
overweight, leav-
ing Goddard and
Jordan in the
competition.

It was not ne-
cessary for God- e
dard and Jordan fm. BLENMAN
to lift but they gave an exhibition.

Jordan in his first attempt at
the press, did 155 and in his second
165. He did not make a third at«
tempt. For his first attempt at
the press Goddard took 160 and
for his second 170. He was suc-
cessful with both,














In the snatch
Jordan started
with 160 and
failed, He was

however success-
ful with 170 and
175. Goddard, on

the other hand,
was successful
with 155 but

failed in his sec-
ond with 165. He
did not take the

third,
For the clean
and jerk God-

dard started with
200 and was suc~
cessful, He failed

J. MARSHALL with 210. Jordan
failed with 210 in his first, 220 in
the second but was successful with
220 in his final attempt. e to-
talled 560 as against Goddard's
525. *

There were three lifters in the
148 Ib. Class. B. Blenman of
Unique and G. Layne of Eagle
Hall qualified. Blenman’s total
was 605 pounds and Layne’s 590.
The other lifter, L, Hall of York,
totalled 335.

Savannah Club
Tennis

Owing to rain no play was pos-
sible yesterday. Players will be
advised of the new dates on whieh
the matches arranged for yester-
day will be played.

MONDAY’S FIXTURES
Ladies’ Singles Final

Miss Pilgrim vs. Miss’ M. King.
Ladies’ Doubles :
Mrs. C. I. Skinner and Miss
Austin vs. The Misses Bowen,

Men’s Doubles

R. S. Nicholls and F. D, Barnes
vs. D. E. Worme and J. D
Trimingham,

P. McG. Patterson and G. H
Manning vs. C. B. Lawless and
W. Crichlow.



Blenman’s bodyweight is 147}
pounds. He was successful at his
first and second attempts at the
press With 160 and 170 but failed
in his third attempt with 180.

Layne weighing 142, had the
edge on him in the press. He was
suceessful with 165, 175 and fin-
ally with 180,

Hall, 1489, was
3 oe with
his gen

at the yes
155. He failed in

the second with
165 but got the
samé amount
into the air if his
third attempt.

Blenman took
185 for his first
attempt at the
snatéh. He was
successful but
failed in his see-
ond attempt with
195. He sueceed-
ed in his final at-
tempt with 195.

Layne was Vv



POLLARD
successful in his first with 170 but
failed on two o¢casions with 180.
Hall snatched 170 but failed with
180 and 185.
Blenman
230 in his first attempt and 240

cleaned and jerked
in his second. He did not take
the third attempt, Layne was
successful with 230 and 240 but
failed with 250. Hall failed with
230 on two occasions and finally
with 240.

There were six
entries in the 165
ib . Class. K
Brathwaite 159,
who totalled 635
and F. Prescod
163, with 610
pounds have
qualified. Brath-
waite of Acro
was successful in
the press with
165, 175 and 180.
Preseod of Palm
Springs, was suc-
cessful with 175
but failed with
185 and 190.



R. GODDARD

Brathwaite snatched 185, 195
and 200 while Prescod was suc+
cessful in his first attempt with
175 but failed with 185 and 190.

In the clean and jerk Brath-
waite, was successful with 235
245 and 260.

The competition between these
two in the Show should be very
keen jobut Brathwaite, with the
lighter bodyweight, will most like-
ly*be the winner.

The totals of
the others in this
Class were: V.
Pollard, 595; Stc.
Springer 605; F.
Doughlin 355 and
Ss. jelds 5924.
The other en-
trant, C. Clarke,
was overweight.

V. Callender of
Acro and 4H.
Small of Unique
will be lifting in
the 181 ib. Class.
D. Stuart of Acro
is the only en-
trant in the 198
Ib. Class.



e

E. BRYAN
The entries for Mr. Barbados
Jnr. «re J. Evelyn, Zenith; vV.
Pollard, and E, Poliard, A. Ifill,
S. Gibbons, R. Goddafd, G.
Layne, R. Bartow, F. Dowlin, E.
Bryan, J. Marshall, F, Roberts, R.
xittens, E. Burke, R. Blackman,
I. Bartell, H. Jones, B. Blenman,
H. Small, and 4, Thompson.

The Officials are as follows:
Scorers: Messrs. H. Webster and
L. Bantield. Weighers; Messrs. G.
bynoe and F, Thompson. Catch-
ers: Messrs. B. Rogers, S. Maloney,
R. Edwards and R. Todd. Judges
of Lifting: Messrs. J, Linton, G.
Gilkes, S. Rudder, G. Clarke, S.

Holder and S. Marshall, Judges
of Mr. Barbados Jnr, Dr. Payne,
Messrs. A. Hunte, A. Austin, J

Linton, D. Bannister and J. bul-

len, Judges of Miss Bridgetown
Contest, Mrs. A. L. Stuart, Miss
V. Rollock, Miss J. Graham,

Official Coach Mr, H, Webster and
Master of Ceremonies, Mr. W. N.
Grannum.

Barna Ahead Of Q.C.

From Page 4

When iss Manning won this
set she regained the lead for
Barna. In the first set Patsy
Howard defeated Pauline Smith
21—9, 21—10. Miss Smith was
not in her best form although she
got on a few good forehand
smashes. The more steady play-
er won.

Following this Molly Chandler
defeated J. Bryant of Barna 21—
19, 21—14, In the first game it
looked as though Miss Bryant
would win, Miss Chandler brought
points even at 13 all. Service
changed at '20—15 in her favour
and although Miss Bryant got
the following four points, she
won 21—19. Miss Chandler lead
from early in the second game
and won.

The score was_ Barna_ two,
Adelphi one when Phylis Chand-
ler, Adelphi skipper, met Dolores
Howard, Miss Chandler has a
good forehand smash. When she
is in good form she is likely to
defeat any other lady but on the
other hand, when she is off form,
she can be badly beaten. Miss
Howard won 21—19, 21—16. Miss
Chandler threw away many of
her points by erratic services.
She should pay more attention to
her service. Miss Howard, by
winning, put the issue beyond
doubt for Barna,

Rosie Howard defeated Heather

Deane in the final set. Miss
Howard will be defeating many
players this season, She is a

very steady player and plays hard
for every point. She was able to
return many of Miss Deane’s
forehand smashes and won 21—10
and 21—6.

Queen’s College, by scoring a
five-nil defeat on Lenyille, have
placed themselves in a much bet-
ter position. The Lenville skip-
per was indisposed and one set
had to be forfeited to the College
team,

Good Fight
In the first set Nell Hall,
Queen's College defeated Gloria
Ramsay 19—2l, 21+-17 and
21—18. Miss Ramsay put up a



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“Well, I was going for a walk with
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How's

Brian! Where are you

cake later on
everything?”*

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thark vou. And me, too, But .
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Rotten. He's always leaving half

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have. honestly, 1 always feed hin
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I'm sure you do, Brian. Noy it’s
a thing that can happen to any dog
ewowevert well he's looked afler
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g0o0d fight but found
her match, *

Margeurite Wood, Queen's Col-
lege skipper, defeateq Cicely
Vaughan in the next set, Al-
though Miss Vaughan drew the
Island Champion she gave a good
account of herself. She is not
very good at attacking but de-
fended beautifully. Miss Wood
won 2115, 21—16,

J, Clarke, Queen’s College, de-
feated Norma Odle in the next
set. Mrs. Odle was not in form
and Miss Clarke won easily,

Angela Perkins played Brenda
Chandler in thé final set. Miss
Perkins was on top throughout
the first game. She won this
21—16. In the second game Miss
CHandler’s attack wags more ac-
curate, She won this 22—20 to
bring honours even,

Miss Chandler kept
through the final game.

Miss Hall

the lead
She won

21—15 to give Queen’s College
an outright victory.
The third match of the night

was between Y.W.P.C. and
Y.W.C.A. Y.W.P.C, was without
their skipper and best player, Ann

Hoad, The Beckles Roaq team
had among them two players,
3arbara and Jean Cozier, who

were making their debut to com-
petitive table tennis. They are
both of St. Winifred’s School and
I am looking forward to one of
them skippering a St. Winifred’s
team next year. By that time
they would have gained experi-
ence,

Y.W.C.A. won four-one.
Gloummeau won the
*Y.W.P.C. She is a good player
but needs help. I hope to see
Ann Hoad helping her team in
the next match instead of form-
ing part of the audience.

At the end of the Third Round
of the Return Matches the points
ere as follows: Barna 26, Queen’s
College 25, Adelphi 18, Y.W.C.A.

Renee
lone set for

17, Y.W.P.C. 138, and Lenville
seven,
The Fourth Round games will

be played at the Y.M.C.A. Naval
Hall next Friday night.



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SUNDAY ADVOCATE

CHATS ON SWIMMING:

Putting The
Crawl
Together

By IAN GALE

And now the great day |
arrived when you will try swim-



has

ming the complete " Americe:
Crawl. But before attempting |

put the bits tegether’, practi
each of the three motior
separately

Then try the full stroke. Begir
by setting the legs in motion, amc
when they are werking smooth}
and powerfully then the arms wil
take up the werk, combined ot
course with the breathing move
ment

Do hot put the fullest pressure
on your hand immediately it dip:

for this will only lift you im the

water; let the pressure inereasc
gradually. At first concentrate or
the arm work, seeing that the

bedy does not roll, that the arms

are limp during the recovery, and

so on, The shoulders should not

drop too deeply in the water, and

the eyes should mark the deepest

mmersion of the face. The re-

sultant sloping up of the ¢hest to

the front will help you glide |
through the water rather than

plough your way through it.

While Robie,

As you get more practised you
will notice that a rhythm of the
legs is asserting itself. This | '
natural rhythm, when it does
show, should be encouraged. The
usual rhythm is three leg beats)
to each single arm-drive. This/|
give you the popular
crawl.” |

At first, to encourage the
rhythm, make it a rule to em-
phasize the first beat of each three.
Thus the leg thrashes will run ‘one,
two three; four, five six, making
the one and four thrashes slightly
deeper than the others. Each of
these two major leg beats should
coincide with the start of an arm
pull and the minor or
tuated beats should immediately
follow while the arm drive is
taking place. As soon as
rhythm is firmly established re-
duee the accenting and make all}
the beats much the same.

Although many points are com-}|

mon to all good crawl swimmers | 4#2)n Jo



Well boys the

But can you

“six-beat 4

wees

UNnACCEMY | and to his baton

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MAR. 23 — NO. 216

The Topic
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Last Week





x these Showers.
elp check the insane

day ar night are birning
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That do this wickedner
ould stiffer in the same way
As the

moth borer” pest
Dames were beaten
On Thursday evening last
all deny this
Their game was good and fast ?
‘ : *

The Dames ts just a young team

Few chances they have had
Passion, Alleyne
Played since Joe was a lad.

t if thew failed on Thursday
fo beat the famous “Blues”

The Seeond Class in Queen's Park

Friday made hot. news.
. . .

is stde beat Spartan three love
Yes ! beat them all in’ hetl

VON Spertan tourists

Were Ainsley “Shell

the
2 was

They turned those boys in maidens

Old Parris shoot the first

When Daniel shoot the second
Joe thought the ball was burst
Tht lay warn a free dance
' Lou went to band

up in Bay Street
he wee a



mi Archer, leading
Band
waving

fhah

Ser)
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Respondéd evéry

ht Kiteh!

Joe asked for

as the Lou § ny dear Joe

Wait! wait ‘till you get home
. ‘ ‘

wa
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things
When the

got even hotte
played Sa

iid my dear Lou

phone

there is no standard stroke exactly eS ee
suitable for every person, Howe | to. said "tis dent remember
evér, here are sone points to]. Po #et this tn you head
\ 1 t the ” Christe
watch J&R F ched Bread

1. Avoid cupping the hands
too much, for this will reduce the | | tepped lucky woman,
propelling surface. |< Oat eatee ae

2. Do not hollow the back, for baby want to dance
this spoils the proper near. M ;
horizontal position. | $ he ten yore ee:

" tr 1 Il must say

3. When your legs are working} p vhen she hears “band muste
as they should the feet fling quite acts a certain way. *
loosely on the ankles, but guard] y.0 joys ‘twas Music! Musie!!
against too much bending at the ves Music just for So!
knees. rm ‘Donkey brayed for water

| Lou said “Hold e Joe

4, Taken .auffgiéent ir with |W, len the band "heNiaeres
each breath, and discovey by @xX-]| Wen Lou called for ‘Sweet Charlie
perience which is your natural} 02'e shopkeeper brought J & Kh
breathing side—that which is most sponsored by
comfortable, Open your mouth
suMciently, like a big round O. | J & R BAKERIES

5. Avoid any twisting of the k f
body at the waist, or rolling action makers 0

6. Do not be concerned if the}
ix-beat crawl does not seem to
suit you. You may be _ better!

suited to a four-beat, eight-beat |
or ten-beat. In swimming in races
the expert often uses different
forms—fer instance, the six-beat
for the 440 yds. and the ten-beat |
of the 100 yds.

Above all, in swimming the!
Crawl remember to RELAX. You!
may be able to swim quickly for,
a short distance by relying on)
“brute force” alone, but to get
the best results in any race over |
25 yds. you must swim EASILY

|
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P.O. Match
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Parcel Post: Blackett, Browne.)
Mr. Lewis, Barker, Cadoga:
Forde, Walker, Mr. Crosby, Skin-|
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General Office: Weekes
Matthews, Parris, Armstrong,
Spencer, Williams, Blackman,
Springer, Austin, Brewstef and)

Thomas.

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The bag sketched here is very
easy to make and decorated with
beads or sequins or embroidery is
a handsome evening bag.

The ycutting is very simple as
the bag is made from a square
piece of material. About a seven-
inch square makes a nice size for
an evening bag. Cut one square
of the bag material, one square of
the lining and two squares of in-
terlining. Tailor’s canvas makes a



good rlining material and is
usually available. If you are mak-
ng the driwstrings of the bag
1aterial you will need two true

ias strips two inches wide and
bout thirty-three inches long.

Baste or machine stitch the two
quares of interlining together as
hown in Fig. 2. making two rows
4 stitching each way as well as
from corner to corner.

Face bag with lining right sides
wgether laying interlinings on top,
¢ beg piece.Stitch around the
dges leaving a three-inch open-
ng for turning. Trim seams to a
uarter of an inch clipping corn-
ts diagonally. Turn, slip stitch
pening and press well. You may
paste around the edges before
pressing if you find that method
| helpful to you in pressing.

Fold bag in half and whip each

from fold to within three
aches of top. In whipping be care-
ful to catch only the bag material
t the lining. Next fold one top
edge in half and whip to-
ther from fold to three inches
edge. Repeat with the
p free edge
The drawstring is

side







run through

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plastic rings. about one inch in
| diameter. Sew these to the facing
and interlining at a position about
two inches diagonally in from the
points and at the ends of the whip-
ping. You will need eight tings
altogether
To make the drawstrings, fold
the bias strips in half length-
wise right sides together and
Stitch lengthwise edges, stretch-
ing the bias as you stitch. Use a
fine stitch and do not trim seams
Turn right out. You can prevent
drawstrings from stretching by
threading a bodkin with heavy
white wrapping cord and pulling
it doubled through the drawstring.
Pull one drawstring through the
eigttt rings and tack or tie the
ends securely together. Pull the
other drawstring through the rings
starting from the opposite side and
finish in the same way.
If you intend to decorate the
bag with sequins or embroidery
| this should be done before making
| the bag. Trace or transfer your de-
sign on the bag material and





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|
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What's Cooking In
The Kitchen

It is natural in a country where
rum is plentiful when you hear of
Punch to think immediately of
Rum’ Punch or Planters Punch.
This week I remembered a recipe
for TEA PUNCH which is very
good. Of course in Barbados we'll
have it ice cold.

TEA PUNCH
2 quarts cold tea
4 cups orange juice or squash
2 cups :
1 quart ginger ale

Make the tea liquor by soaking
4 oz. good quality tea in 2 quarts
of water for 12 hours.

Mix the liquor with the or
juice and sugar and chill. Just
before serving add the ginger alé
and pour over large pieces of ice
in a punch bowl.

: COCOA FUDGE
3 cup cocoa
3 cups sugar
4 teaspoonful salt
14 tablespoonsful syrup
1$ cups milk
44 teaspoonsful butter
? teaspoonful vanilla.
Combine cocoa with sugar salt
and syrup
Stir in the milk, bring to boil
stirring frequently until a little
put on a plate sets.

COFFEE CREAM

4 pint black coffee (Sweet)
2 Sree powdered gela-
e

} pint unsweetened canned milk
Dissolve 2 dessertspoonsful of

powdered gelatine in the coffee.

Leave to cool. Put the milk in the

fridge the night before. Whisk the

milk until stiff and frothy, When

coffee is almost cold, add to the

milk. Whisk again to mix thor-

oughly. Pour into wet mould and
leave until set. It must be served
cold

PEACH PUDDING

1} cups tinned, sliced peaches
Sugar to taste
2 tablespoonsful butter
1 cup breadcrumbs
-innamon
? cup water

Arrange breadcrumbs and tinned
sliced peaches (which have been
drained in alternate layers in a
greased casserole. Sprinkle each
layer of peaches with sugar and
a little cinnnamon. Dot with two
tablespoonsful of butter, pour
water over all and bake in mod-
erate oven for 35 minutes.





Fra a

allic thread stitching as an at-
tractive and easy decoration for
this bag. The thread is wound on
the bobbin and a matching sheen
finish design before facing. Met-
is used on the needle. Trace your
design on the wrong-side of the
bag material.



SUNDAY ADVOCATE



HAIR FASHIONS

SUNDAY, MARCH 23, 1952

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Left:
the nape of the neck.
Right:

The basic style; hair is cut 24,” at front and sides of the head, and 112” from the crown to
The front falls in a soft half-bang.
For the evening, a white “fmse dang” is fixed at the front with a jewelled clip.

Keep This Under Your Hat

LONDON, March 7

Banish all thoughts you may
have of long hair rippling in
iuxurious waves, or a glamorous
pageboy bob, for we (and you,
too) have entered a “long era of
short hair.” This announcement
was made by Riche, London
hair-stylist, on his return from
New York where he represented
British hair-dressers at the Hair-

dressers Board of Trade. The
néws burst upon the calm of the
Mayfair salon, shattering the

dreams of those who had hoped
feshion would at last fall in favour
af long hair. But hair on Riche’s
new style is only 2% inches at the
front and sides, 1% inches from
the crown to the nape of the neck

Riche says to those who st
maintain long hair is a woman's
rowning glory, that short hair
ean be equally feminine. Of course
some short hair styles, the Eton
crop for example, are masculine.
But this does not mean that all
short styles are. It depends on
the cutting and the tricks of the
utter. In this case, the trick
which makes the cut feminine is
the soft feathered effect at the
t where the hair is brushed

oa









upwards in soft “duck’s tails.’
Too short to be permed, the
“duck’s tails” are created, even



when the hair is as straight as the
proverbial poker, by brushing,
brushing, brushing in an upward
ction. If hair is particularly
Slow in responding to this treat-
ment, a little “Invisible Hair
Lacquer” is used,

By day this style is tailored and
trim. By night it can be made
exciting and provocative with
flower and feather trimmings, the
size and shape of the trimming




By DOROTHY BARKLEY

depending on whether you want
to make a dramatic entry into a
room, or creep in when you think
no one is looking.

Here are some of the evening
variation. On several, additional
pieces of hair are attaqhed, giving
a two-tone effect without the
need for tinting.

TAKE OFF: An example of the
use of additional hair in a
different tone. The “false
bang” of white hair is held
in place by @ small jewelled
clip. The effect of this on
chestnut hair is _ striking.
(See illustration).

TAIL FIN: A feather made of
silver sequins is fixed to the
head and curls up at the back
like a fin.

HONOLULU:. An exotie bunch
of tropical fruits including a
miniature pineapple are piled,
Carmen Miranda fashion, on
the very top of the head.

MARCH HAIR: A+ delightful
trimming for young girl. A
flat spray of “spring flowers”
—primroses, violets and snow-
drops placed on the crown of
the head.

Riche fixed each of the above
trimmings in a matter of seconds,
and I concluded that the oft-
heard remark “I can’t do a thing
with my hair” is a weak excuse.

* = >

In London just now, women are
talking about:

The Lost Waistline: The release
of the photographs of the new
London and Paris designs set
women off on the game-of-the-
week—locating the waistline. De-



BY THE WAY....

By Beachcomber

JT is beceming obvious, from the
frequent stories of mishaps to

| elephants who travel by air, that

these beasts are not yet ready to
enjoy the benefits of modern

| methods of transport.

The silliest comment so far has

| been that they “miss their cus-

to



tumary environment,” and so fall |

ill in transit, It is, perhaps, asking
ido much of the air-lines to con-

| struct a miniature jungle in the |

plane, or to arrange for a Maha-
rajah (or, failing that, a Rajah)

to sit on each elephant’s back|He meant, I wil!

{has been known to keep an ele-

it is not fair to expect air-hos-
lesses,, without special training,
to deal with a sick or surly
elephant.

Sometimes it is effective to
show 2 big animal a very small

one. A mouse playing in a corner

phant interested and amused for |
hours on end.

‘Oh, Mr. Spowte! ’

E RITERS,” cried a literary |

man, “must eat.” I hope}
audience realised that he|
meant more than just eating. |
wager, literary

his

signers, in a flurry of disagree-
ment, seemed unable to pin it
down. It appeared in any one of
three neighbourhoods—high (just
below the bust), middle (natural)
and low (round the hips). Some-
times it disappeared altogether be-
neath straight jackets and coats.
But most women agreed that they
would try to keep their waistline
in its .natural position despite
what fashion said to the contrary.

Colourless Mascara:

a contradiction in terms, this new
mascara is a boon to those who
feel that their fair lashes need
disereet touching up, but dislike
mascara for daytime. This new
colourless version, an import from
France, has just sufficient depth
te accent the eyelashes without
creating a made-up look. It is
waterproof and non-irritant.

The Basket Hat: At this time,
when the first spring flowers are
appearing in the first spring sun-
shine, milliners, more easily than
other designers, fall victim to the
state of mind known preticelly. as
“spring fever.” Suddenly hats
are frivolous, with flowers and
vegetables poised precariously on
the top; such hats, I’m afraid, no
self-respecting male would will-
ingly accompany down the queen’s
highway. The newest in the long
line of spring follies is the Basket
Hat. Made of basket cane, it is
worn inverted on the head, with
the handlé falling down the back.
Carrots, turnips, and_ brussel
sprouts burst out all over. Absurd?
Of course. But even if these hats

are never seen outside the millin-;

ers’ salons and the pages of the
glossy magazines, they always
bring business.

YOUR BOAT
AND YOU

By SISTER CHARLOTTE

A Simple Daily Routine

Every child weighing Jibs. or’
over may be fed every 4 hrs; je.
5 feeds in the twenty-four hours,
Less than 7 lbs. but over 5 lbs.
the feeds should be every threa
hours, i.e. 6 feeds in the twenty-
fours, but not from 10 p.m.

6 a.m,

This routine although for four
hourly feeding can easily be con-
verted to that of the three hourly.
You will soon find that a wide
margin of elasticity is best.

Between 5.30—7 am. Baby
wakes up and needs his feed.
Everything should be left out at
hand the night before. Pick him
up and change him. Wash your
hands and breasts carefully and
and feed him, sitting up to break
wind half way during his feed
and at the end. Pot him and put
him back to bed leaving him un-
disturbed until 9 a.m.

There is now time to prepare
breakfast and have an early cup
of tea.

9 am. Prepare all bathing
needs. There is no need to rush
this procedure and as long as he
is enjoying his bath and there is
no risk of a draught, up to three-
quarters of an hour can be re-
served to let him play and kick
around freely, After baby is
dressed have a glass of water to
drink during the feed, wash your
hands and breasts starting the
feed on alternate sides. Put him
out in his pram depending on the
weather, with the back of the
carriage to the wind and direct
sunlight and net over it.

10.30 am. Tidy up nursery
and see after” baby’s personal
laundry. You can now relax and
attend to any items of housework
or preparations for lunch.

12.30 p.m. Your lunch.

1.30 p.m. Preparation for feed-
ing. Change napkin etc. Baby
should be allowed 15 minutes be-
fore and after feed for playtime.
Put him back in his pram to
sleep.

4.30° Baby can have his orange
juice now if awake; or between
6 a.m. — 10 a.m. feed.

5.30 Everything should © be
ready as before with clean night
garments laid out. Baby is
washed — face neck, underarms,
hands, and buttocks — and put
into a clean gown, Feeding rou-
tine is as before. This is a good
time to test the weight of the baby
if you have scales, By 6.30 p.m.
everything should be finished and
tidily put away for the night.

Shpuld your baby cry during
the night or early hours of the
morning about 2 a.m., get up and
change him quickly and quietly,
and turn him on the other side;
he will probably go back to sleep
again very quickly. If however
he persists in crying, a little feed
of plain water can be given. He
will soon grow out of this habit
in a few weeks.

If this routine is followed you
will find that your baby will fit
life into a household, which will
continue to function with the ad-
‘dition of a baby, and is not a
household, ruled by the tantrums
of a baby who is making life re-

olve around him. He should be
‘ust one small but equally impor-
tant cog in the wheel.



@ HAVE you got any personal problems, are you in a difficult situation and need friendly, reliable

advice?

If so, write to Mrs. Clarke, kindly lady with great experience of life and its troubles who
has agreed to answer readers queries on this page every Sunday.

Here is help if you are worried: Sign
your letter with a pen name and address it to Mrs:

Clarke, C/o the Editor, Advocate, Bridgetown.



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foyle on troubled waters,

Collector’s piece

$e sale by auction of live
wickerwork baskets without

during the journey. All the same, ' lunches, and the signing of copies| bottoms to them arouses my in-









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| SAT WITH HORRID FASCINATION seorsss
AS THESE TWO |

by

audience at a preview at the Warner Cinema, London,

It turns out to be quite a dish
fof a picture—bubbling with
more shredded nerves and
moaning neuroses than the
stage version Britain saw two

years ago.

% r” gets an X certi-
ficate, for it is quite the tough-
est prestige film Holywood has
ever made.

It knocks itself over trying
to imclude everything that can
happen when a young man
with most of the qualities of an
ape brutishly encompasses the
downfall into madness of a
silly lonely woman dying for a
little human comfort and under-
standing.

Marlon Brando plays the
‘young man. After seeing his

grapnically vege per-
formance, you have had a

glimpse of what relations be-
tween the sexes must have
been like in the Stone Age. ,

He is married to Kim Hunter,
and they live in a two-room flat
in the sleazy, honky-tonk dis-
trict of New Orleans called De-
sire. She is going to have a
baby, but it doesn’t stop her
husband. from beating her up
when she annoys him.

To this monkey-house of
marital bliss comes Blanche du
Bois (played by Vivian Leigh)
to stay with her sister and
brother-in-law. She is qa vain



Tough moment. as

and pretentious woman
her nerves mm the edge.
But she insists on pretending
that she is still beautiful, still
young, cultured and aloof.

Her simian brother-in-law
sees through the veneer and,
because she snubs him for his
vulgarities, lightly ruins her
life.

‘ Finally, without any visible
sign of concern, he watches her
taken to the madhouse.

with

Vivien Leigh, in the performance é
oj her life, and Marlon Brando

MADE ‘STREETCAR’ A ‘CERT. X’ FILM @=

LEQNARD MOSLEY

HAT pungent pot of theatrical mulligatawny known as A STREET-
= CAR NAMED DESIRE was ladled out in film form to its first British

orchestra.



vik .

When I saw a “Streetcar” as
a play I thought it sordid and
nasty. As a film it is much more
attractive. Vivien Leigh, as the
girl whose poetic dreams turn
into loathsome, frightening
nightmares, gives the perform-
ance of her life,

She uses her eloquent fingers

and the features of her lovely

face like the strings, brass, and
percussion of a powerful

—_—___--—--—— 1

ane art of enjoying a=



CHAPMAN PINCHER

today winds up the series
*More Energy — More
Elegance” with some advice
on relaxing given by Pro-
fessor Eleanor Metheny in
her book on “Body
Dynamics.”*

ANY women sit 50 ,
Mer that an even- ~
ing’s reading in an «

armehair tires them as much
as @ spell of serubbing at

the washtub. os
They sit down to take

load oft their feet, but do

noth about the load

off their backs.
The little sketch (below, left)




shows a tiring sitting position.

The girl is relaxing naturally,

but her body is getting only a

fraction of the rest it

could have. i
Look at her back. al

It is supported at my.

0 two points.

where it is under
strain from a
is Poti support

no P|

from, chair. Her
neck is doing all the
work, The les of

her a? be less
tense her feet were flat on
the floor, .

* * *
“Chairs are made to sjt in,
not sit om,” says Professor
Eleanor Metheny in her brilliant
manual.

The nametent sketch shows &
fully ed sitting position.

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(30e.).

GUIDE NOTES

ENROLMENTS

On 6th March Mrs. D. H, L,
Ward District Commissioner
visited 31st Guides (BaYleys
Girls School) and enrolled 3
Guides. On 27th February Mrs.
Ward visited 19th Guides
(Ebenezer Girls -School) and
helped the Guides with various

Mrs, A, W. Scott ,District Com-
missioner, enrolled 6 Guides at
St. Ambrose Girls School. Mrs,
Griffith, the Headteacher, somne of
the other teachers and some of
the girls of the School were
present. After the Enrolment re-
freshments were served. Miss
Bynoe, the Guider in charge and
the recruits deserve a special men-
tion for she has helped the girls
to work for their uniforms. They
have raised the money for this
purpose by a Fair and have made
and sold sweets during term-time.
The Company will now be regis-
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‘QUIET SIT-DOWN

of the chair permits — but
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warning maxtmum support from it
table ;
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Sit all the way back in
air to distribute the
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ravaging
rages, and with a grunting way
talking
matches

1 still
so much
dramatised apache dance.

It excites
no tears. But it is something to
go and watch in horrid fasefn-
ation.

The Dominion
tistics has
survey
Canada for the two years,
50, which completes a
three decades of statistical data
on the universities and colleges
of Canada.









MARLON BRANDO glowers down @t VIVIEN LEIGH.

Brando — with
ways, Vv th

rough,
smashing

and shouting—

her achievement.

think “Streetcar” is
a fine play

as a

no pity it draws

—L.E.S.

_ CANADIAN
_ BREVITIES

HIGHER EDUCATION

SURVEY

Bureau of Sta-
released its biennial
of higher education in
1948-
series of

but, keep the head-neck-tru
line as straight as possible ' * * x
give maximum support of i! |
avin FARM WAGES HIGHER
* * * |
A good fatigue-dodging trick Average wages of male farm
to let the head lose lis bat help at the middle of January
with gravity for a moment this year were above those of
SrOnenns Peet Se che : January last year in all parts of
en twist owly each sc aan Ses nein atone c
to relieve the Canada, increases being general

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The girl's mead and back are
comfortably cushioned.

Sitting too far in a chair can
be just as fatiguing as sitting too
near the edge, the professor Says.
The legs have to be braced to

prevent the body sliding down
further, so energy is weaved.

‘Phe professor's rule for sitting
elegantly and effortiessly in any
chair is simple :—

Ranger Fair At Pax Hill

Ist Rangers (Queen's College)
held a successful Fair at Pax Hill
on Saturday, 15th March. The
Rangers hope to camp in Trini-
dad in August and the proceeds
of the Fair will go to their Camp
Fund,

The Annual Meeting Of The
Local Association

The Annual Meeting of the
Local Association was held at Pax
Hill on Thursday, 20th March at
4.45. pm, Mrs. O’Mahoney, the
Chairman of the Local Associa-
tion, presided at the Meeting,
which was attended by 30 mem-
bers. Guides of the 6 and 7th Com-
panies (St. Michael’s Girls
School) with Miss Marjorie Pem-
berton and Miss A. Gollop, en-
tertained the members with the
story of the World Flag and In-
ternational Guiding and then sang
songs «and rounds. The Island

, in her report,
stressed how vitally important it
was to have the support and

EWING’S
(CANADIAN)

muscles of the neck.

women this advice
down on a chair with elegance

chair so that the call of one ik
L is touchi it.

strain on 'h

Professor Metheny

for

give
sittin

“Get close enough to th

Then, piace

for wages by the day
both with and without board, ac-
cording
survey by
of Statistics.

and month,

to the
the

regular winter
Dominion Bureau

all-Canada average wage

SUNDAY ADVOCATE

THE IDEAL HOME

y DOROTHY BARKLEY
does your ideal home or
castle-in-the-air look like? Does it
have batteries of washing machines
and pressure cookers in the
kitchen, and gadgets by the score
in every room? Or are you one
of those who are not yet gadget-
happy? Which ever group you fall
intoy you are given a sporting
change of turning your ideal house
into a reality at the Ideal Home
Exhibition, Here once a year, new
ideas for labour and space saving,
for furnishing, cooking make their
debut

This year the new
Houses’ designed by the
of Planning and Local Government,
are the central attraction, They



are par of a replica of an ‘ideal’
English village, constructed to
seale inside Olympia, London’s
home of exhibitions,

Built round a typical green
with its market cross, the village
has all the customary amenities—
a ‘pub’, a village shop, even a
little. branch bank.

Although these houses are built
to suit British housewives demands
and are not for “export”, they
are packed with innovations prac-
tical in any other country, Al-
though small, the houses are not
cramped.

Space and money are saved by
fewer corridors, built-in cu
and bed settees. One end of an
all-purpose room serves for din-
ing, the other for ‘living’. This is
shown to be a perfectly practical
idea even in a small room. For
if the room is L-shaped, one end
can be concealed from the other.

Gadget-happy or not, visitors to
the Ideal Home Exhibition are
always attracted to the newest
devices like metal to a magnet.
Would you like electric shoe trees
to dry wet shoes, or perhaps an
electric tea cosy to keep the tea-
pot warm? There is a host of new
gadgets for the kitchen cooker,
including an eye-level grill, which
eliminates back-bending, illumin-|
ated ovens with transparent doors,
and cooking timers which when
set to the appropriate hour, ring
a bell to announce that the meal |
: réady! t
A front-door ‘visitor scanner”,
boon. to mervous householders, is |



a teleseopie device which fixes |
on the front door and gives a
preview of the visitor.

All»heuses are, furnished in the
contemporary style and provide}
inspiration for young moderns,
There are wicker lamps, venetian
blinds of light metal, and indoor
plants in coloured pots,

‘Crises in the kitehen” are also
staged—and then quickly solved
by three chefs from three of Lon-
don’s big hotels, They suggest
ways and means of preparing an
ideal meal for an unexpected
visitor. The larder is as bare as
Mother Hubbard's containing only
three cold sausages, some cold
rice pudding and a few tins of
food! But from these unlikely
ingredients they produce in front
f an audience of critical house-
wives the required three-course
meal. And all in half an hour.

By the time that people have
inspected -the six ‘ideal’ homes,
and séen endless ‘ideal’ gadgets,

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\ toes of other foot bac r day with board stood at $4.60, they are glad enough to rest their
under the edge of th Po cents above the $4.10 aera exhibition feet in the ideal gar-
Chaly {6F ‘Galante ant at January 15, 1951, while the “en. These aré only a short step
sunt this position it per month rate with board was a” Me wane ee SS

easy to lower the boc $86.00, a jump of $11.00 from vista of formal ga S,
to the chair, controlling $75.00. The national average Sardens, masses of flowers and the
the motion with the strong without board was $5.70 per day, shrubbery comes away with rosy
muscles of the leg. The body up 60 cents from $5.10, and dreams for transforming his own
moves down in an almost erect $121.00 per month, up $11.00 humble plot into something rich

and rare.

from $110.00.

the reverse of this process.”

professor recommends only one
weight -
“ Shake

: side to side—whenever offered a
Lie down as far as the design second helping.”



“Rising correctly is simply

her 225-page manual the

reducing

the head slowly from

exercise : |
London Express Service |
|

backing of the members of the |
Local Association. Mrs, O’Mahoney
appealed to the members to assist
with the Cake Stall at the Girl
Sjuides Fair, for the Local Asso-
iation was responsible for this.
she also appealed to them to get
ew members to join for it was
\ecessary to increase the member-
hip.

News Of The Chief Guide

The Chief Guide, with her Sec-

etary, is on a lecture tour to the
United States, She will visit over
40 cities in 10 weeks and one may |
magine how very strenuous and |
exacting this must be, especially |
as most of the travelling is done
at night, When the tour in the |
States is over, she will go to Can-~
ada to lecture there and will not
be home before the middle of |
June, The Chief Guide thanks
the Guides ro cance oo
Birt Gree , which she re- |
ei while she was touring in-
Pennsylvania. \

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Fresh Oranges, Lime and
Grapefruits don't. they a
delicious? You'll then
long, cool drink in the mew
Tropical Cafe at the Domimea
Fruit & Handcraft Company on
Bridge St. Here under one root

is all of the West Indies! Beautifyl
Raffia work, Shopping Bags, Grats
Mats (made to any size), travel
Hampers and Baskets and Slip-
pers—everything you could wish
for are colourfully displayed,
most attractively priced and—
yours for the asking!

. . .

It's so much easier to shop here
and so very, very attractive. The
VILLAGE SHOPPING CENTRE at
BALMORAL GAP in HASTINGS
is where youll find Y. de Lima’s

branch Jewellery Store. Butterfly
Brooches, Earrings and Pearl
Costume Jewellery and Shelly

Bone China, Minton and Delft all
make a beautiful display. The
Rich Handpainted Porcelain is
extraordinarily beautiful The
Goldscheider Original Figurines,
of course. are world famous.
Prices are exactly the same as in
Town.
. . *

New Books—thousands of them
that range from Classical, Geo-
graphical, Novel—the very latest
Autobiographies and, of course,
Children’s Books, An astonishing
selection indeed and lining the
walls of the ADVOCATE STA-
TIONERY in Broad St. and in their
VILLAGE branch in BALMORAL
GAP. There's the attractive New
Yorker Album to give you hours
of fun, you must see this And
be (or she) who writes as well as
reads will be doubly interested
the new Parker ‘51 is here!

* :

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man—have you seen them at Cave
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Suede Ginger Suede Navy
Suede And Full Brogues, Semi
Brogues in Black Box and Brown
Willow Calf as well as White Nu-
Buck with plain fronts. The
selection is truly excellent, in-

cluding Black Patent Leather and

Tan perforated casuals Price is
most reasonable, too, from $19.82
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his new A-40 has greatly in-

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At this precise moment, these cars
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excepting to say that SNOWCEM
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and in all colours. Here's a paint
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fnd SNOWCEM from C. 8S. Pitcher
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This is a top-flight Bicycle
priced as low as $61.80. The new
B.S.A., Bicyeles have several novel
features including a 3-speed Twist
Grip Control and a very clever
stand fitting that is designed for
any make of machine. Cost is
only $2.40 and all bother of prop-
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BARBADOS qh ADVOGAT

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Sunday March 23, 1952



HOUSE REFORM

THE NEW BILL to establish a system of
local government in Barbados based on the
recommendations of Sir John Maude, will
not be available for study by members
until the middle of next week. But mem-
bers of the House of Assembly during the
recess will at least be able to study the
Maude Report and the old bill which was
printed as a supplement to the Official
Gazette in October 1951. Unlike the old bill
the new Bill reverts to the recommenda-
tions of Sir John Maude as to divisions.
Three areas and not six are therefore pro-
posed and the boundaries suggested in the
old bill have been revised.

The major opposition to the new Maude
Bill will be based on the criticism that
95,939 people will be eligible to elect mem-
bers to the three new Councils as compared
with 4,244 people who were on the electoral
list of the eleven vestries in 1947.

It is very tempting to regard this cir-
cumstance as manifesting the need for

lemocratic advance in local government,
but the temptation must be resisted. A
small electoral list for the vestries has en-
sured that local government is administer-
ed by people who are experienced in ad-
ministration, have a sense of responsibility
and who are taxpayers.

The abolition of the vestry system with
its restricted electoral list and the present-
ation to 95,939 voters of Barbados of the
choice of representatives upon three coun-
cils will create a situation which may not
have been foreseen by those who were anx-
ious to improve upon existing systems of
local government. Whatever the defects
of the present vestry system it is clear that
the taxpayers of the parishes have been
able to ensure that they have a voice in
saying how their money is to be spent.
Under the system of universal adult fran-
chise it is possible that no taxpayers will
be elected to any of the three councils.

The principle of no taxation without
representation is one of the primary causes
of all democratic government and it was
in support of this principle that the Ameri-
cans fought the War of Independence.

The justice of the American cause has
been acknowledged by all British histo-
rians of integrity and the principles of the
American Constitution have been emulated
and admired by all genuinely progressive
countries of the world ever since.

It would be a tragedy if Barbados by
constitutional means should seek to impose
legislation which might easily result in t!.c
taxpayers and ratepayers who are a minor-
ity of the population being deprived of any
representation in the councils of local gov-
ernment.

In this connection Sir John Maude re-
tained an open mind.

Should the view be accepted, he wrote,
that the new local government franchise
should be narrower than the parliamentary
franchise the simplest test is that of own-
ership or occupancy of property of a speci-
fied annual value.

It would be paradoxical he added to re-
gard the people of Barbados as fit to take
responsibility for their island affairs but
not for parochial affairs. This seems a reas-
onable comment but too little attention
seems to have been paid by Sir John Maude
to the defect of universal suffrage in Bar-
bados by which 95,939 people of an island
of less than 5,000 taxpayers have the power
to vote, In fact too little attention seems to
be paid by anybody in Barbados to the
thoroughly unrepresentative character of
the House of Assembly today. During the
last elections one vote in St. Andrew’s had
the power of eleven votes in St. Michael.

By what arguments.can a House be said
to be representative of the people if a par-
ish like St. Andrew with 3.5 per cent. of
registered voters can return two members
to the House, whereas St. Michael with
34.1 per cent. of registered voters can elect
only two representatives? What is true as
between St. Andrew and St. Michael is in
varying degrees true for all the parishes.
The Barbados House of Assembly because
of the retention of a hard and fast system
of returning two representatives per par-
ish cannot in days of adult suffrage be said
to be representative of the whole elector-
ate. Before tinkering with local govern-
ment the House of Assembly should take
prior steps to ensure that the Assembly is
given representatives on a population basis
instead of carrying on into days of adult
franchise an antiquated system of parish
representation which is no longer valid.

The House has shown a regrettable in-
difference to the facts which were brought
to light during the last elections. The elec-
tions in December were conducted as party
elections. Yet thirteen per cent. of the 65%
of registered voters who went to the polling
stations split their votes between represen-
tatives of different parties. Forty per cent.

of those whe voted cast their votes for one
candidate only and only 47 per cent, voted
strictly for party. ‘

Many other interesting facts can be
elicited from the report of the Supervisor
of Elections but the essential facts are that
a House of Assembly, which outwardly ap-
pears to be representative of 95,939 people
and in which there Js a majority party is in
fact representative only of an antiquated
parish electoral system and the existing
party majority is not based on proportional
representation of the population.

A House of Assembly so elected ought to
approach the revision of legislation affect-
ing local government with great caution
and would be well advised to reform its
own representative system first.

Misunderstanding

BASICALLY all the economic troubles
in Barbados are due to a fundamental mis-
understanding of the meaning of the word
capital. |

Socialist propaganda which says that



capital is the appropriation of others’ work
for private use is propaganda, although
capital can be abused like any other bene-
fit.

The science of orthodox economics
teaches that capital is a product of labour
saved for further production, Capital can
be defined as tools, farm implements,
machinery; beasts of burden; cattle; indus-
trial plants; sugar factories; buildings;
shops; roads; telephones; soil improve-
ments; irrigation; raw materials; money
for exchange, etcetera.

But capital can only be used productive-
ly if it is there to be used and if its use
is directed by organisers who possess capi-
tal skill and ability. Nothing is more im-
portant for the prosperity of a country than
the possession of capable, hardworking and
honest organisers of enterprise. But capital
even when it is under capable and honest
direction is powerless to produce without
the co-operation of labour which is the
principal agent of production. The morale
of the worker therefore must be consid-
ered. Good morale flourishes where there is
a social background based on security,
peace and goodwill. No enterprise can suc-

SUNDAY ADVOCATE



Sitting On The Fence

Housewives are mystified by the

| @ppearance of unrationed H-eggs on the

| market.
| dicating
| that purpose."—News item '

“I'D like an egg,” the house-~

H stands for

‘Hatening’,
aie in-

were originally sold for

wife said. The grocer only ©
shook his head. .
The housewife said “Don’t pull
my leg bp.
I want my egg, my rationed
egg.” -

‘The grocer said “I have no eggs”
Nor have I time for pulling legs
But I have H-eggs by the score
Heggs and heggs and heggs

galore.”

The housewife frowned and said
“Hi see

You’re going to ’ave a game with.

me ness
But_ that’s a game that two can
play :
ba ave no heggs? Ho K, Ho

“Ho K yourself,’ the grocer said,

“Dnt saying if it strikes me

Heggs and heggs I ‘ave in

But all tae same I ‘ave no eggs,”

“Hit seems to me,” the housewife
bawls,

ea should be on the music

I hask for heggs; you are

ur aom rave eggs and eggs “in

But
“>
“I'm telling you,” the grocer

begs,

“Without a lie or pulling lege

Though you can stuff yourse
with heggs ,

I ‘ave no flippin’ eggs in kegs.”

The housewife said “You saucy
clot,

It’s time that you were taught
what's what

Hi only hasked for one small
hegg.”

“Ho g* to ’ed the grocer said.

Nerve War
“When the defensive guided

missle has:thus beaten the
transonic bomber, it will ctill

| have an even more formid-



Berbados in 1831 was described
by an officer of the Garrison as
the depot of our West India mili-
tary possessions. “In no part of
\the world” he writes “a more
| beautiful range of buildings or
on @ more liberal scale o appro-
priate site could have been found.

Conditions had changed*con-
siderably since the close of the
18th century. “At that time the



By NATHANIEL GUBBINS

able foe to conquer — the
Offensive long-range guideu
missie.’ —Lieut.-General H. G.
Martin, discussing the Army's

new weapons.

PUT in another way, it means
that one day the sky may be
filled with’ defensive guided
missiles chasing offensive guided

With so many swords of

hanging over the

battered but unbowed heads of

our people, it is not surprising

that some of them are showing
signs of irritation.

Brigadier Mackeson, Conserva-
tive Whip, ruffied Mr. Herbert
Morrison’s quiff after announc-
ing a Government majority on a
vote of censure. }

There was also the case of Mr.
John Kirkby, a bearded 80-year-
old pensioner, who for 50 years,
had remained unruffled when
oafs called “Beaver” and “Baa’
after him in the street,

Then, one dey last week, a
group of painters outside the
British Museum called “Baa” at

r. Kirkby.
Mieritated no doubt, by the
shape of thinrs to come, Mr.
Kirkby lashed out h his stick
and broke the nose of the fore-
man, who hadn't opened his
mouth.

Laughins It Off

On top of «ll this, we have
Sir Peter Bernett, Parliamen-
tary Secretary of the Ministry
of Labour, sav'ng. “The coming

Budget will buct us all, more
than anything bis hurt so far.”

That is to ‘av, all but two
of .us—myself and somebody

in, Mr. X) who

ye will call
ed » followinb ap-

has published it





Placks and the ’*c vinica Rangers

Sore of them ‘rere paid by the
Tmperint Gove-ument. The five
Y!eck reciments were to be addi-
tional to those already receiving
Tmperial pay.

The 1st West Indian Regiment
or “Major General Whyte’s Regi-



islands, or the Plan- ment of Foot” first appeared in
tina ce tiny wen then called the Monthly Return for the Wind-
were of ‘as much importance to ward, Leeward and Caribbean
and held the same position in the ' s 1 ands in September 1795.
Pritish Empire as India does Although it was intended that the
now,” writes Major A. B, ELLIS privates of West Indian regiments
in The History of the First West should be black, European enrol-
India Regiment which was pub- ments occur in the | first three
lished by CHAPMAN and HALL years of the reg ment’s existence,
in 1885. But Barbados at any rate and negro priv.tes became cor-

ceed unless there is good relations between
all those who are participating, good condi-
tions of work, and determination and
energy on the part of everyone te bear his’
or her full share of work. ;
Nothing is so harmful to this spirit of



co-operation than the feelings of discon-
tent and reyolt fomented by doctrinaire
socialism: nothing is more helpful than the
Christian concept of work, imposed, en-
couraged and rewarded by God and lifted
up by the example of Christ.

In Barbados on every side today in-
stances can be seen of the neglect of the
basic rules of orthodox economies and a
disregard of the Christian concept of work.
Unless there is a change of attitude the
inevitable result of disobedience of funda-
mental laws will be the economic ruin of
an island whose real progress teday com-
pares very favourably with that of many
countries in the world.

It is pathetic at a time when islands like
Barbados need to attract capital for invest-
ment that investors are relucant to invest
because they are afraid that the fruits of
their investment will be denied them be-
cause of political action.

So far as the United Kingdom is con-
cerned investors have recently been most
reluctant to consider investment in an
island which they think paid so little regard

to the claims of the British Union Oil Com-,

pany: and both the Barbados Gas Company
and the Barbados Electricity Company are
finding it very difficult to borrow money in
London to finance needed expansion of
their undertakings. What people in Bar-
bacdes have not yet appreciated is the atti-
tude of the average United Kingdom in-
vestor to islands such as ours. Their views

are rot based on what we think of our-
selves, nor on what the United Kingdom
Government thinks of Mr. Grantley Adams,
C.M.G,. Those with money to invest in Lon-
don think of Barbados as an island which
in their opinion seemed to treat the British
Union Oil Company with short courtesy
and ere suspicious of the government's in-
tentions with regard to the franchise of
the Electricity Company. Negotiations
with this Company are still going on and
one of the English Directors has recently
postponed a visit to Barbados until Mr.
Adams returns from a meeting of the In-
ternational Labour Organization in Swit-
zerland. Both the Electricity Company and

the Gas Company are willing to expand
their utility services and are just as anxious
as the general public that gas and electricity
should be sold at the cheapest possible rates
cocsistent with good economy. But during
the la: five years the Electricity Company
have not paid dividends free of English
tax cver 5 per cent. Investors in England
need preater incentive than this to attract
them to invest overseas, and there is little
hope of raising money here in an island
where so many other trading concerns com-
pete for the money available for invest-
ment.

The only attraction Barbados has to offer
the investor is the good reputation of its
labour and its hitherto stable political gov-
er;:ment. If we can capitalize on these
as.cts and can avoid political .measures
wi.ich frighten away the capital we need
for development we can continue to pro-
gress. If we spend Sur forces on internal
dissension our energies will be dissipated
and even what we have may be taken away
from us. The choice is ours.

| the French who invaded and re-
| caprared St. Lucia and

| cause of inability to omens > ~

i yi rr le 7

Wet Inia governots were ine neatly lost my life this morning
ptructed in 1795 to pow forward = coming

lin their respective legislatures a

| project for raising five black regi- 0¢ this route for the safety

| ‘ bh of pedestrians
ments consisting of 500 men eac dont the

still retained its importance as
the depot of the West Indian mils.
v ons, ot

The story of the first West In-
dia Regiment begins in. North
America,

When it was called into exis-
tence on the 2nd May 1795 in the
London Gazette the Carolina
Corps and the Royal Rangers
were incorporated into it. Major
Ellis, whose history of the First

| West Indian Regiment has been
lying partly unread at the Museum
library for years (I know because
I had to cut dozens of leaves this
week) notes that the Carolina
laurel borne on the crest of the
regiment derives from the Caro-
lina Corps.

The strength of the South Caro-
lina Regiment at the end of the
siege of SAVANNAH was 1 col-
onel, 1 major, 4 captains, 7 lieu-
tenants, 3 Ensigns, 15 sergeants,
7 drummers and 216 rank and
file. ‘

EUTAW SPRINGS in 1781 was
the last engagement of import-
ance in the Southern Providence:
and at the end of hostilities the
South Carolina Regiment and the
Loyal American Rangers were
sent to Jamaica.

The intention was that they
should be put upon the British
establishment but this was never
done.

The South Carolina Regiment
remained in Jamaica until the
provincial corps was disbanded in
1783. White officers and men were

; given grants of land but free
black troops were “in those days
of slavery something of a “white
elephant” in a larg slave holding

| colony like Jamaica.”

Some time therefore in Sep-

tember 1783 the black troopers the

were removed to the Leeward
islands.

perals as or zs 1796. a
ri active ons

2150. inst, Luc'a, Grenada and
St. Vincent, West Indian colonists
(a superior word to colonial)
offered no objection to the Home
Government’s scheme but on the
17th January 1797 Sir JOHN GAY
ALLEYNE the’ Speaker of the
House of Assembly in Barbados
rose and moved “that the design
‘of five regiments will as far as
such a design is likely to affect
this island prove rather the means
of its destruction than its de-
fence.” This resolution was
carried and the Assembly of Ja-
maica also opposed the measure.

“The British Ministers’ com-
ments Major Ellis “were reluc-
tant to abandon that which
appeared to be a cheap and ready
mode of security in the Western
hemisphere and _ consequently
persevered in their project, even
increasing the number of West
Indian regiments in 1799 to
twelve.”

Major Ellis lists Sir RALPH
ABERCOMBY in 1796, Sir JOHN
MOORE in 1797, Lieutenant Gen-
eral TRIGG E in 1801, Sir

EORGE PROVOST in 1805.
Lieutenant General BECKWITH
in 1809 and Major General MAIT-
LAND in 1810 as testifying to the
gallantry, steadiness and discip-
line of the negro soldiers.

In 1873 the 2nd West India
Regiment recruited mainly of
Barbadians bore for six months the
entire brunt of the Ashanti attwek
in the Gold Coast and had
ectually forced the invading army
to retire before the men of a sin-
gle line battalion were landed.

Major Ellis calculated in 1885
that for an annual addition to
army estimates of some
£27,000 six new negro battalions,

each 800 strong could be main-

In February 1789 all three com- jained, To-day in the estimates
panies of the “Black Corps Of of the United Kingdom for 1952—
Dragons, Pioneers and Artificers” 53 no less than £400,000 has been

were stationed in Grenada,

allocated

with the intention of

These troops took part in the forming two new battalions. In

ture of Tobago in 1793 and in
an unsuoeesstul expedition against
Martinique the same year.

The following year they took
in the army of 6085 strong. which
set sail from Carlisle Bay and
which conquered Martinique. St.
Lucia was captured the same
year and Guadeloupe was also
subdued. At the close of 1794. two
companies of the Carolina Corps
were in Martinique and one in
St. Li.cia.

; in your yaluable coli
in 1795 a new corps, sometimes a few comments. on

the thirty chapters of his book



Our Readers Say::



4 O'Clock Races

To the Editor, The Advocate;

SIR,—Please allow Ime space
to make
Way per-

known as Malcolm’s Corps, and sons who drive cars, e - rues

sometimes as Malcolm’s Rangers use the
| was raised in the West Indies. The when going to and fro. I do not

Bank Hall

Rangers took part against the live in this district but I use this

road quite a lot and I can’t help
in the taking notice .

how these road

ib W St. Vincent in 1795. hogs as I would term them, race
ot this aS British troops in along this highway and try to see
the West Indies were dying be- who can go the fastest without

| to become a permanent branch Of

\themilitar y establishment, *bout

| According to a debate in the
House of Commons on 28th April
1795 “the West Indian Army of
| Europeans and Creoles already

this road.

turning over or removing poles

estrians on the way. I

to work. I say,
be some speed limit

and cyclist. Why
police do something
thie matter before some
innocent citizen gets killed along
After or just about 4
o'clock it starts; everyone is in the
Bank Hall Main Road races. I

| consisted of 3000 militia and 6000 call it the four o'clock Race for

blacks.”

Major Ellis identifies these
| corps as the Carolina Corps, Mal-
|colms or the Royal Rangers, the
| Island Rangers (Martinique) the
St. Vincent Rangers, the Black

vehicular traffic and you can al-
most bet that something tragic
is going to occur along thia road
before long

ADRIAN
March, 1952,

HOWARD
21st

SUNDAY, MARCH 23, 1952





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our way through the
Budget, higher taxes,
rations, and gloomy talk
offensive and defensive missiles. | {Â¥
If he is willing to pay, we})}

shall have a weekly lunch to-|{ * :
+. ADVOCATE STATIONERY

gether, and I shali start on him

straight away over the first

“CMary Rose set on 4 » rit | Ga
shall say, winking to warn him |} Broad Street & The Village, ' Balmora Pp
a joke is coming.

“What happened then?” Mr.
X will ask eagerly.

“Mary rose,” I shall say.
throwing the gag away with
perfect timing.

Before he has wiped the tears
from his eyes I shall ask, “Why
did the sausage roll, Mr. X?

“You'll be the death of me.
Mr. Gubbins,” he will say.
“Why?”

“Because it saw the apple
turnover.”

. * . *

If he won’t buy another cock-
tail after that, we shall go
straight into lunch, While he is
spluttering into his soup I shal!
whip in the next one.

“Why are you never hungry
in the desert, Mr. X?” :

“Never hungry in the desert?
he will repeat, trying to work

it out.
“Because of the sandwiches
iche.

there.”
“But there are no sand

in the desert,” he will say fool-

ishly.

“Sand-which-is-there,” I shall
reply. “Wake up, Mr. X.”

He will probably sulk for ©
bit, but at the end of the lunch
when we are choosing a sweet,
I shgJl ask, with that’ dead-pan
face all the best comedians use
for the pay-off line: ;

“May I press you to a jelly

7, X?”

laugh

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peal in The ‘‘imes personal If Mr, X doesn’t sign me up 0"
column: — sod once on a long-term contraci |
“Jokes, anecdct'> ‘or all: acennone I am open to offers from the
Lada Raia hd crated.” director of the B.B.C’s Ligh’
goo * . Programme. ;
Mr. X ani! are going to LES. |
Maas
f ae {|
F ten Regi t |
mm efimen i
orgotte | |
. i
FORCE HUNTE Majer Ellis traces the history of ‘ eu pd |
ON 4 (ares 2’ Angus’ Black the First West India Regiment by GLOBE TROTTER in
Corps (Gre'ela) the Tobago from the action at Briar. Creek’

SUITCASES & HANDTRUNKS
Light and exceptionally strong

in 1779 to the Ashanti Expeditior
f 1881.

H ceount of ti xpedition
New Orleans in 1814—15 is par
ticularly interectting in view of
the inaccurate statement that has
been made that a contingent of
1000 men from all the West
Indies and Bermuda in 1944 was
the first British Unit to set foot
in America since the war of Inde-
pendence.

No less than 8153 British troop:
took part in the New Orlean
expedition and 1040 of these were
from the Ist and 5th West India:
regiments. Their valour drew
praise from the American Genere
Jackson,

The












Regiment. took part... in
actions in Demerara, Honduras
and West Africa and _ eleven
battalions served in the 1914—18
war. Headquarters of Regiments
were sometimes in the West Indies
and sometimes in West Africa
The stations and dispositions o
the lst West India Regiment a
shown in an appendix at the enc
of Major Ellis’ history. The col-
oured plates show the Ist Wes
India Regiment in Review Orde
1874 and a bindsman old-style.

Of great interest to students o
West Indian regimental _ histor)
is another book (also at the Mu-
seum) which gives an account o!
the trial by Court Martial of Ma-
jor Gordon of the late 8th Wes’
India Regiment. The Court Mar
tial took place at the Royal Hospi-
tal a. Chelsea on Monday the 30t!
day of January 1804. Major Ge~
don was declared NOT GUILTY
by the Court Martial but the sac
administration of ‘the Regiment
was proved by the fact that com-
panies went several months with-
out pay.

The variety of currency in use
at that time is worthy of note. I’
seems that there were “cut dol-

THE COMFORT OF THE HOUSEWIFE
SIMPLE AND INFALLIBLE

Connect to the Pressure side of any Vacuum Cleaner
and have your washing wa eck

lars, doubloons, four dollar piece: “BUBBLE WASHED”
and other coins.”
In 1796 the pay of a private ir AND

a West India regiment was six-
pence per day. The wealth of in-
formation produced by Major Elli
from official documents show:
what can be done in writing the
records of one West India Regi
ment, It is a pity that his wor!)
is so little known. Its value ex-
tends far beyond the mere record
of a single regiment: it remind
us of the efforts which our ances
tors had to make to secure for u:
the peaceful enjoyment of thes:
islands and especially chronicle:
the debt which the West-Coast o‘
Africa owes to the British Wes
India Regiments. When the Wes’
India Regiment is again forme¢
Major Ellis’ history will it is hoped
regain the recognition it has se
undeservedly lost.

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3 YEAR OLD
GODDARD'S

Family Planning

To the Editor, The Advocate—

SIR,—Some months ago I gave
a short talk over Rediffusion Ltd
and also at a public meeting on
the subject of Overpopulation in
Barbados. Since that time I have
had numerous requests from al!
classes of the community for prac-
tical help with family planning
The absence of any organised as-
sociation working under medical
control makes it impossible for me
to deal with the matter effectively

I am, however, very anxious to
help and after consultation with
the Secretary of the International
Committee on Planned Parent-
hood I have decided to hold a class
of instruction for trained nurses,
health visitors and midwives. I
shall deal with techniques of con-
traception suitable for working
class mothers so that nurses, in
the course of their duties, will be
able to advise women who are toc
poor to consult a private doctor
The methods suggested will be
simple, relatively cheap and easy
to demonstrate. The class will be
held at the Children’s Goodwill
League, by courtesy of | John
Beckles, Esq., M.B.E., on Wednes-

day, April 2nd at 5 p.m... Ad- © he -
mission is free % ,
Yours faithfully & tay

CECILE WALCOTT, A.R, San. I R
rohway House, .
Navy Gardena a
Rarbado ¢

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TE nn en ens heresies

4



es § = BUILDING A NEW CASTRIES

From among the ruins of Cas-Church was still standing — and iy tan Gale were adopted; Separation of the Services and a loan raised by the
tries, St. Lucia, a new and beau~- y). hells still ringing——but most ” oon and civic ~- from local Government, The original
tiful town is arising. It is an by se ; ne tOW ‘ow nants . the residential uses and the pro- estimate of ‘he cost of rebuilding
architect's town, planned by John ae ae Praag gen ogi ‘tint aoe — vision, ot an open space as ‘fire- was £1,386,958 and this was
Rose, Executive Architect of the ices on ee : Opeth, ie up. It is difficult to do any con- break’ between hi reg The group- revised last yeat to £1,431,978.
Windward Islands and Anthony Sean Okt eo rane om struction in Castries since the ing into one bui ding block of all It is an open secret in Castries
teen Geen“ eilon Bee gosble covered ‘to be the Customs ‘and town varies between one and Governim ant aig a ong. the cree, now that Tie mone me Se Se
lane highways, a boulevard, . “ Cisne ne Bridge “St now a three feet above water level. tion of a civic sangre, cosnposed of again, and the Governor and
attractive modern blocks of flats, e Dh Arne .. “ee an 1 Rene Pumps have to be used constantly Goren. © oes, BON course e ommissioner for Reconstruction
open spaces and, most important deuble lan gh ayy and. cx h- while foundations of cement and an ‘own Ha Siting o indus- have rushed off .t@fendon in
of all perhaps, a sewerage system ued until I was halfway up the ©. 316g stone are being put down. trial buildings at the leeward st of funds, Reliable sources

that works. Morne From there I got a won- end of the area. Provision of good estimate that at least another
“ derful view of the town, About ,,1 Was very impressed with the

a wharfside facilities and passenger million pounds will be needed
Che Colonial Development Cor- half the town is finished so far ar ee pa that the Govern- reception facilities. ' complete. the town. If the came
poratton has undertaken the job and a friend of mine said that it en! Aas t to accommodate “the rebuilding of Castries is is forthconing and the speed of
ef rebuilding. Castries, wnost...f eeuinded him a bit of Miami oe opie mn Apes tapes ee ‘0 being financed from three sources reconstruction is maintained. the
‘ : Me Are © prevent dull uni- —@olonial Development and Wel- new Castries should be completed

formity some of the blocks are ;
) £ : » Easte aaah “4 : ,
painted in- pastel. shades hile fare, Colonial and Middle Easterm in just about a year trom today.

others are left white. Each flat
has a baleony, tiving room,
kitchen, toilet and bath with
running water and varying num-;
ber of bedrooms. The rentals e

however seem rather high, For F | ght PVA 7
instance, a flat with one bedroom or i er, POi ©
costs a working class person $10 e

a month, and one with two bed- f [ b le

rooms costs twice as much, For success U a mg eee
non-working class people, the

rents are siightly higher, I am re ES,

told that the rents are proving
too high for the working class,
and that they are gradually being
replaced by shopkeepers and
clerks,

Having unhappy memories of
the old sewerage system — or,
rather, lack of it—in Castries, I
was delighted to find out that the
first thing to be built after the
fire was a water borne sewerage
system. The sewerage system
works partly by pumps and
partly by gravity, At first, odd
though it may seem, many St.

Jeremie Street looking East with the blocks of flats, under which [cians thought that building a
are small shops, on the right and the Market on the left. sewerage system for Castries was
a waste of monev!
which was destroyed in the fires Back in the town, I saw that g
of June 1948 and March 1951, and while most of the roads were fin- In the town plan, Castries has











‘Se «4 7 °
SOON there’ will be a ninety-fodtewide Boulevard hore. Notice the pumps which have to be used in
any construction work in Castries. cn oie Dede Saantinen-nFien Bas 17%












they have sub-contracted with ished, there had not been” time been divided into zones —- com-
Cubitts, who are doing most of yet to attend to the sidewalks. [| mercial, trades and _ industries,
the reconstruction. was told that the sidewalks would offices, Government buildings and

When I. visited Castries last: vary betweén ten and fifteen feet, re — and ne Doeae

ree} f 3 absence of nearly The boulevard, which will be controlled very strictly n deter- ( LTD.
“ae urs, tena hardly re ha ninety feet wide, is still under mining the size and position of INGHAM S$ Enos
rize the town, The Catholic construction, and throughout the zones, the following principles



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(DUR READERS SAY CENTURY Baking Powder

Ove, > ine ino Trans-Canada Airlines Meanwhile, the simple questior
Government Spe nding To The Editor, The Advocate of whether the Canadian-super- makes ou

Too Much (noe . e Advocate vised runway at Seawell is LONG

To the Editor, The Advocate; SIR,—I saw the publicity stunt enough or strong enough to take



= rer ‘ ; ay DY the Trans-Canada Airlines . Trans-Canads “oposed ne

SIR,—Please give me a small 4 ’ 1 rlines the Trans-Canada proposed new

space in your widely read jour- President On the front page of aircraft in 1954, whether they be sure oO success !
nal to congratulate the Hon, H, YOUr issue of Sunday last, and equipped with turbo-jets, gas-jets

A. Cuke, M.L.C., for that master- 1.must say that that kind of or just plain Canadian-hotair-jets,

ful speech he made in the Leg- thing will get us nowhere. remains unanswered

islative Council.on Tuesday the Mr. McGregor obviously timed With thanks for space,

18th instant under the caption his holiday visit to Barbados to .

THE NEW POLICE BARRACKS,





Government Spending too much clear up on the spot what he no Youys sincerely, schesiasiniieehimmaniie initialed alti
ir, I will tell Government how doubt rerards as a misunderstand- é
to save thousands of dollars an-.ing and misrepresentation of cer- A. E, S. LEWIS.
nually. Disendow the state paid tain matters in connection with Bridgetown, :
*hurch. his Company 20th March, 1952. Be i
The endowed Church was all IONA
very good in the past but, One would therefore naturally Strangers

today wherever one turns oné expect Mr. McGregor in his en-
will find a Mission Hall. I be deavours to re-establish the best
lieve Bishop Hughes said th? possible relations
reason why he applied, and ac-
‘epted the Bishopric was because

» Editor, the Advocate
between hi To the Edito 1 ‘

Cempany and the people of Bar
bados, to make every effort to

OFFER

SIR,—A very regrettable fea-

t + Ww . ale eT =

he had read in the Advocate ,, a ture which you have, of late, 5

Tarapaie! that a Bill was read % ‘ on % ae k — : of mitteq to creep into the columns

pe cee . 4 ‘ 1¢ House o ssembly who made ernher ta that of ade |

first time for the disendowment Hs. : o! your newspaper | ha |

xf the Church ‘and believed that - ee aor have a verse criticism of your and our} TO MAKE ROOM FOR NEW
t would soon become law chat with em, clear up the Country by strangers within our}

He held that the Church and Wrong impression and allow the gate If | remember rightly it} STOCK, WE HAVE DECIDED
State should not hold hand in "¢presentatives of the people to used to be the boast of the Bajan |

hand. The majority of the Church ®Sk him a question or two never to permit thi Such peo-| TO OFFER
of England Ministers are in Frustend: Mic alee ple were told that if the Island
favour of disendowment. I re- nstead, Mr. McGregor remained gig not agree with their health
member that years ago a census ‘" Seclusion at Government House or their temperament, the remedy

was takew at the Church House where he waited quietly and lay in their own hands—Get Out. ry 7 "a ES y
by the then Bishop with his Cler- ries until he was ready to Sy Walden’ bow of this putili | FOR ONE Ww Kivi ¢ VL}
ry > y was aV- leave > Isla t < 4 sy ma g use 0 yu l-
gymen to know who was in fa ave the Island, and then calle: ty -you may: perhap i writ |

sur of disendowment and the 4 Press Conference c > \ é
; : “ : nference complete with perhaps as funny things reclpi-|



majority were. I repeat disendow camera-clicking, to “give the lic

the Church and save thousands to House statements” and to de- aa te ae ee re
e £ g 44 n t o« s.

of dollars annually, seribe as “ridiculous” comment — ue

A SMALL SELECTION OF
R. EASTMOND which he talked around but paula isoa de

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Pye Radio Telephone sets in order purchase one telephone set.

stations.
move

other intercolonial vessels to carry safely say,
receiving
When this is done one of the great-
est hazards among these vessels

will
schoo.er captain to carry a wire-
less operator as one of the crew

profit, would have to be given an
increase of about fifty cents per
ton on cargo.

the last seven years rope has also
increased from 32 cents a pound

Intercolonial trade for schooners Grimmar School, and also private
is going from bad to worse. Added ;,itjon from Mr, Morris at Perens
to this many new schooners are Secondary School, and it is also
being launched, by people who oncouraging to note that p
figure there is
gained from the schooner trade,
West Indians are overlooking
the fact that during the war years, >
when steamship traffic to the West serve its purpose and on Friday variety Bandbox, 6.00
Indies was at a low ebb, schooners last, a hot meal was given to a harmonic Orchestra,
braveq the submarine dangers to fair number of children, when
transport food from
the other.
rice to Barbados and in turn took League.
sweet potatoes to British Guiana.
, Today schooners are encounter- chants of Bridgetown, the Press,
ing their greatest problem in ports together with friends and well-
Aaa eine h rt: 10.15 London F
er taking cargo to these ports and a further a is made for 1°15 pn, jon Foru'
they are forced, for their return books, Poot ge aEOW
trip,
ballast.
be fixed to cover for the trip both
ways.
rates, these ports are
thetr cargo be shipped by steam-

encounter bad weather, they have Gap, Britton’s Hill, There were

safety to W.I, travel if the various the turkey.



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PAGE TEN SUNDAY ADVOCATE

Schooners Consider SENG SOLED « Tueerens

Radio-Telephone Sets

From page 1
ley) wags still prepared to recom-
mend Mr. Modeste for promotion
to this post. Mr. Lashley
tically said that he was still pre~
pared to recommend Mr, Modeste
as the suitable person.

Will Help
Federation

In answer to . Mottley about @ From page 1
the salaries, Mr, Lashley gaid Mr. not be more hospitable
Modeste at Sire pen April tertaining, and our:
in his present jo month, treated as
In the new post, if he b taotiie. spective tamilies
ed, he will draw $76 per month. “West Indian
Mr. Mottley then formally pro- Island Commissioner said,
posed that Mr. Modeste be 4p- my opinion
pointed to the post.
Mr, Cox said that

AS soon as a schooner is lost at sea the old question

arises: “Why not equip schooners with wireless receiving
and transmitting sets.” The most recent loss to the Carib-
bean fleet was the Zenith. Zenith left Barbados on De-
cember 19, 1951 for British Guiana and to this day nothing
is known of her whereabouts :
A few schooners are consider- Governments could find it possible
of installing to compel each schooner ovane Sn
in contact with shore Gabriel Fernandes of the firm of
It is rumoured that a John Fernandes, Schooner Agents,
is afoot by the various British Guiana, said; “Radio Tele-
ribbean Governments to make phone sets will be of great benefit
compulsory for schooners and to schooners’ owners but I can
there are very few
mq transmitting sets. who can afford to buy them,

keep

the island .
who, though they had remainea islands come
home, had done service in a dif-
ferent way. In as much as Mr.
Modeste was employed,
~ he was inelined to give some one



Major Griffith added:

Of Dorcas

not be necessary for the While Mr. Cox was seconding Indies.

back his chair, taki uy

for the want of a quorum but [ certain

anniversary of the Dorcas League, walked out of the room. plicity of the , it

2 (an auxiliary of the The Chairman put the motion impressive and -
adieu tan tale rae Army), while Mr. Mottley was walking ed. He said he had received many
tremely difficult ‘to balance their On March 23, 1939, a small bank away and had nearly reached the comments from Jamaicans that
budget. They barely cover their ©! workers assembled at the Evan- door. _ the show was very instructive
expenses. The boats which are selism Army Hall, Spooners Hill, Members present were Mr. and educative, and afforded those
—_ ses. The boats alan ritich for the purpose of forming the John Beckles (Chairman), ore who saw it information on Bar-|
Guiane run suffer more. Some- Dorcas League. The object of H. A, Tudor, Mr. E. D, aoe bados of which they had no pre-|
Ser Reece tak vhieh 1s to give religious instruc- and Mr. M. BR. Cox. Mr. T. E. vious knowledge.

During the last war schooners tion, Lectures to parents and Went was present ae = _As regards future West Indian
doutiaa - Widis ‘resent trade be- &vardians on health matters by but had no oi Ad Mr re ee Major Griffith said
Cee tiled During Cheese Medical pwactisomees > quenm bers of ike. Byard. sre, Tio Oh that tt ey ee tee |
years canvas was sold at $1.20 per ‘!othing for the children at Yule- Dr. *O’Mah ng . : me Raa! i a ovary eet es |
yard. To-day the price is $2.20. In tide and as often as possible dis- Y oe ang . Anne, nex AS |

The Chairman instructed
Secretary to write Mr. Maynard
telling him he was appointed.

—<—————

tribute, among them milk, sugar

aria cereals » dad as the likely venue.

to 84 cents. Pumps, planks and Phe League in its onward march Speakin oe Taland Commis-
spikes have tripled their war price }.5 succeeded in securing Scholar- : s sioner, ajor Griffith said that
and moreover these items are ships for children at the naees B.B .C. Radio he could not but envy Mr. D.
difficult to obtain. schools: Modern High Schi Fitz Ritson, Island Scout Com-

Acme Unity High School, Arling-

Declining Trade ton, Malvern Academy, Barbados

ammes

SUNDAY, MARCH %, 1962.

. International Communism,
11.30 a.m. Ray's A Laugh, 12.00 noon.
The News, 12.10 p.m, News Analysis
have been @ from other 7.15—10.15 pm. . ..26.8M 31.42M 4042M tingents,

schools for the next term.

ly loyal and capable team

ed with him.

a fortune to



a

4.0 p.m. The News, 4.10 p.m. Inter-
lude, 4.15 p.m. For the Common Good
4.30 p.m. Sunday Half Hour, 5.00 p.m.

other detachments was we

The League will continue to

i d Interlude, 7.00 . The News, 7.10
one island to Mr. Edghill took the opportunity °n¢ (ieee is i
The schooner brought {to tell them of the origin of the 715-1015 . 26,58M 31 32M 49 42M ing an eee is
———— nother con’
_ 7.18 p.m Caribbean Voices, 7.30 p.m the size of the island which Pp
Thanks are due to the Mer- femprini at the a, Pm it vented local boys from
4.30 pum. Religious Service, 9.00 p.m. and travelling 7 oe.
British Concert Hall, 10,00 p.m. The it was very 0

to ship. wishers for the assistance given News, 10,10 p.m. From the Editorials,
m,

DAY, MARCH 2%, 1952
11.145 a.m, Personal Portrait,

no cargo

to fill their hatches with

The freight te h t a.m, Variety Fanfare, 12,00 noon, The could be better develop.
e elg: rate has to

i- pws, m. Ne ,
geht, contributions (can, be ad- News, 20 Pm. Neva tose asem ,, Major Grimith was struck
Because of this increase in (President) Maxwell Hill, Christ epee
ete ore asking that Chureh, @ at his office Nelson
Street, City.

nee gâ„¢. The News, 4 io pe yee ape paid b - the v
ally ®, 4.15 p.m. Melody From ays boree.
The Hae Ghd oat, Tnteiude, 0.00 p.m. > eye, eee, eee =



The News, 10.10 p.m, From the Editorials, Major Griffith on behalf of t
10.15 p.m, Science Review, 10.30 p.m

Tip Top Tunes.

Tt would be a great measure of from the shoulder and back of
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PAINTS
PAINTS
PAINTS

Yes, We Have Them in

Sizes and Colours Too

EA PO eee

does an almost non-stop existence,
demands TRUE relief whenever pain
comes, She must have a pain-reliever
which not only acts quickly but does
not have after-effects which prevent
her from going about things as usual
harmful after-effects such as dirzi-
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EVERYONE is ghost-ridden—
some for too much sinning, ‘some
for too much loving, some for
broken dreams or deeds undone.
I myself could recall quite a few
mournful shades, if I would.

But the patient ghosts I have in
mind at the moment are those that
haunted a nation, Oddly enough,
they were quite real too. For I
Saw them myself.

It all began at the time of the
Nazi—Russian treaty _ trouble.
Hitler, among other things, had
taken a sinister faney to the hide
of one Harry Lime. I’d heard that
a scientific~expedition was going
into Siberia and, as one of their
number, saw a chance of losing
myself for qa long time. The expe-
dition leader, Sven Jagger, was in
Stalingrad. We met in a Russian
cafe, as colourful as a Petrouchka
ballet.

So you want to join our expedi-
tion, Mr. Lime,” he said. “May IT
ask why?” /

I fingered my drink. “Call it—
curiosity I have always been
fiscinated by all things scientific.
Northern Siberia—your destina-
‘on, 1 understand—is perhaps the
tenst explored of any frontier,”

He nodded, “And .. . you are
wanted by the Gestapo.”

“You know about that?”

Jagger motioned towards his
companion “Colonel Graznov,
here, is close to the secret police.
Tt is his business to know such
things. But have no fear, Com-
rade Lime. I'll be frank. We do
need unother man to act as an
cbserver and make notes.”

Jagger went on: “A word of
warning, We are going into North-
ern Siberia as far as the foot of
the Ural Mountains — a
known as ‘the eternal ice-box.”
The weather is rather worse than
bitter. A cruel wind blows most
of the time, And when the
cies then it becomes colder,
such climate ‘the Terrible
Frost,’ ”

I. SHUDDERED
A_woman called

I COULDN'T help shuddering
slightly. “Not that I'm not grate-
ful for the journey, gentlemen,” I
said, “but an expedition at this

particular time and into such
terrifying country—what are you
seeking?”

Jagger hesitated. “What if I

were to tell you we were on the

right
THE PATI

.

trail of ghosts, Mr, Lime?” He
was deadly serious. “If we find
them, we'll be stepping back in
time 10,000 years. . .'. The Patient
Ghosts, we call them. They are
the basis of one of our favourite
legends.”

In the silence that followed a
woman's voice called suddenly;
Colonel Graznov ! Colonel Graz-
nov!”

The soldier’s bearded face light-
ened, and he pushed his chair
back as he rose, “Sonia!”

“Please .. . I do not wish to
intrude...”

Graznov chuckled. “Intrusion?
From the prima ballerina of the
Ballet Russe?” He bowed and
clicked his heels. “Gentlemen! I
have the honour to present Sonia
Vatsova .. . Professor Sven Jagger
.-. Mr. Harry Lime.”

Sonia was like a princess from
a Russian fairy tale, She motioned
to us to sit down again. “I heard
you were leaving to-morrow,” she
said, “I wanted to wish you God
speed.”

Graznov told me: “Sonia has a
special interest in our expedition,
Comrade Lime. There is a ballet
based on the legend, Sonia, of
course, is the prima ballerina.”

I was seeking an escape from
one danger when I joined the
Siberian expedition and as in-
va.iab'y happens, I fell into great.
er peril. We left Stalingrad with
the best equipment possible under
wartime regulations, Just a few
cf us—Graznov, Jagger, Professor
Wentworth (another American),
four burly Russians for handling
the dogs and the heavier work,
and myself.

After days of heavy sledding
against icy Siberian winds that
strained endurance to the utmost,
Jagger pitched camp in a white
waste of snow that seemed to
steetch unbroken,to the edge of
the world. And that night, as
we sat around a crackling wood
fire, I could hear the mournful
howl of a wolf.

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HARRY LIME was on the run from Ritler. He crossed an unexplored

one of the strangest in The Lives of Harry Lime

ENT GHOSTS.

“Into the Bronze Age, Com-
rade Lime.”

I was startled. “But that’s im-
possible!”
Jagger shook his head. “Nothing

impossible. We are of the
opinion that this section of the
world is the cradle of Eastern
civilisation. If we can prove our
theory, we will come upon the
discovery of the centuries!”

is

“And you think you can ‘ace
complish this by digging? But
this ground must be frozen like
ice.”

“Exactly, Mr. Lime. That is
why we brought along so much
special equipment. And strong

workers to uSe it.”

I grinned. “I'll be one of your
workers, For once mariual lab-
our appeals to me—if it means
keeping warm!”

It was easy enough to talk that

night.... But next day and the
unbelievably difficult days that
followed were quite another

story.
I DISBELIEVED
Then it happened!

AT last Graznov called a halt,
and I asked: “How far have we
dug now, Colonel?”

“According to our reckoning,
forty-nine-and-a-half feet, Com-
rades.”

“Forty-nine-and-a-half feet!” I
repeated ruefully. “A pitiful drop
in the bucket, if we're looking
for the Bronze Age. Like dig-
ging for the devil himself!”

‘L doubt if we should find him
down there, Harry,” saiq Went-
worth, dryly. “Still, we May be
closer to our discovery than we
think, my friends. The great
winds sweeping down from the
Ura.s may have done much of
our work for us.”

I was still unconvinced.

“My government is not inter-
ested in this expedition for
scientific purposes alone, Com-

rade.” Graznov interrupted. Rus-
sia is at the crossroads of sur-
vival, just now. If we can
find a basis for the legend my
people want to believe so much,
it will accomplish miracles in our
morale.” 4

And then it happened! As 1
plunged the spade downwards, ‘it
hit scmething that sounded and

felt different from the frozen
earth. Jagger cried excitedly:
“Mr. Lime’s spade has struck
wood! Let us proceed carefully

SUNDAY ADVOCATE



THE LIVES OF
HARRY LIME > Paar

. and found himself back in the

Bronze Age of ten thousand years ago! It was an cerie adventure all

He calls it

my friends. We may have found
our geal.”

Eagerly we went to work, and
gradually—unbelievably—we un-
covered the entrance to a black
cavern,

One by
us down.
by the light of lanterns
saw took my breath away. “Why
—we're in a room.” I gasped

“A sort of stable. And, look
those great shaggy beasts stand-
ing there, watching us—are
they 1 ae

In

one the workmen let
Then we looked around
What |

iwed voice, Jagger
ended: “Horses, my friend,
Horses from the Bronze Age |

saddled and bridled.” |

an

“But they're alive,” I whis-
pered. “They're waiting for us!”
Graznov said: “Waiting — but
not for us Comrade. Look. |
Their eyes are open, yes, but
unseeing. Their bodies glisten
with ice.”
“These horses were frozen in-
stantaneously, Mr. Lime,” Went-
worth explained. “That is why |
they appear alive, their eyes so
open—patient. But they have!
been dead thousands of years
Some sudden and fearful bliz-
zard must have trapped them
here,” ne |
Graznov asked: “But if such
a mighty blizzard trapped these |
horses—saddled, ready to ride—
why not their masters?”
“Perhaps we shall find them
nearby. Graznov.’ |
Tere was a_ silence. Then
Graznoy said = slowly; ‘The
legend says—‘When the horses
of bronze shall live again . . .
shall move again . . . Russia shal)
be freed from her enemy,’ ” }

I laughed, “Granting that the}
finding of these beasts is a miracle,
Graznoy, they'll never move
again,” }

“We shall see, Comrade Lime,” |

he said
I WAS SAD
Find in the snow }
WE ieft those horses that had
been standing before Christ was

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dated 1786; but, when iy reached stored in an outhouse Lowe? tion” The Acer ’ whilst
Barbados, or, why it was not im- Estate, A workman i aid t© the’ sitie windows of the chancel
Mediately erected has not been have entered this building to steal, depict “The Nativity” and “Christ
ascertained. and he noticed that the centurionm with Children.”
Mr. E: G. § r, in his “leoked at him so fixedly that hé «The Re eatin’? 4
“Legends. and T: Barbados” punched out the centurion’s eye.” paintir ’ te centre of i
states “When the paint r- It is a common feature of a well the Risen ( t. who dominates
fived in Barbados Mr. Carter was painted portrait that the eyes wf e scene. He is over life size,
dead: and Mr. Thomas Keighly the subject appear to follow the a 1 ist and muscular figure, who
bears no trace of the sufferings of
Good Frida except His five
cred ound H hand are
especially lovel He h risen to
the top of the tornb, and is paint-
ed at the moment when one of
His feet is clear of the tomb’s
edge. There is no support of any
' and His white and biue
wrappings tumble in baroque folds
to the edge of the tomb rhe
central figure of the scene owes
much to classical art—possibly
Apollo Belvedere, rather than to
Italion religious paintin vith the
exception of the baroque curves
of the drape which trongly
recalls the work and colour
Tiepelo,
Behind Christ's right arm is the
Angel of the Resut on in red
and white robs part of whose
garment overlaps a large rock of
curious form and dimension, which
had covered the tomb, The com-
position of this portion of the
paintin 1 u tisfactory, thé
colour of the rock is uninteresting
and the result is rather flat, On
curso exXaminati t is impos-
sible to tell whether the pigment
of the rock has changed colour,
thu iltering the recession values
of the painting—tl probable,
having egard to W other
paintin ut not impossible
In the bottom left-hand .corne:
of the picture is the ‘one eyed’
centurion and the crossed spear
of the soldiers, In the distance are
seen three figure ipproaching the

TUF “ONE EYED” CENTURION of Benjamin West's painting
“The Resurrection”

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was Rector, He was a_ militant
Churchman and got into a dis-
pute with Mr. Frere, so that pic-
ture was put away in an outhouse
at the Lower Estate.” Mr. Sinck-
ley was a connection of the Year-
w6od family, anq had probably
héard from a descendant of Mr.

viewer around the
the portrait hangs.

room

The painting was
be repaired,” continues
Sinckler, but when it
England, West

te

where

sent home
Mr.
reached
was dead and no
artist of any repute wou-d meddle



Si Yearwood, Fréte’s Attorney, With it.” West died in 1820: it
= legend of this paintings. has been stated that the paint-
Human memory is, unfortunately, ing ee placed in St. George’s
offen fallible, and) Mr. Sinckler Church in that year, largely

ddes not appear to have vertied
the facts. When the painting
reachéd this island the Rev, John
Cc may have been dead, he
died in 1796 after being Rector of
St. George for half a century,

“le aos the Rev. Carter was
déad so was the donor, for Mr.

Yearwood, who

vestryman of St. George.
The canvas has
although the eye

k

ARTIE'S HL.

Frere died in 1792, aged 56. The INE
Rev. Carter was succeeded by
the Rev. A. K, Thomas, who

was Rector of St. George 1798-
1802, not Mr. Thomas Keighley
as stated by Mr. Sinckler

“The Resurrection” is signed
“Benjamin West, London 1786"
That is the «um total of the paint-
ing written history, On the other
hand, if this painting was com~
missioned by Frere, who was
resident in England, it is reason-
able to suppose that, allowing for
delays of packing and shipping,
it reached Barbados by 1787, when
Frere and Rev. Carter are both
alive. If, however, Frere com-
missioned the “purchase” and not
the painting of this picture, it
may be that West painted the pic-
ture in 1786, and it was sold a
few years later reaching Barba-
dos after Frere’s death. Thus,
the disagreement may have been
bétween the Rev. Carter and
Frere’s executors, but, it seems
rather unlikely that the picture
did not reach this island until
oie. the Rev. Carter’s death in
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chancel
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tomb behiid whom is a prospect
of Jerusalem, These figures appea
to be’ Our Lady in blue, Mar;
Magdalene, and St, John it is
curious that West should have
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is no record of her visiting the
tomb in the Gospel stories.

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1786.”

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“History pictures”, As a_ child

Vest is traditionally supposed to
have been taught to use colours by
friendly Indians, Whatever may
be the truth‘of this story, West’s
drawings naturally attracted at-
tention in a Quaker neighbourhood
He was invited to Philadelphia
where he worked as a_ portrait
painter and was befriended as a
prodigy. At the age of 22 he
travelled to Europe, and spent 3
years in Rome copying old mas-
ters, and was known as “the Amer-+
ican Raphael.”

West was the first of a long
line of expatriate American paint-
ers. He settled in London in
1763. There he was employed by
King George III from 1767 until
1802. West retained the King’s
friendship in spite of the views
he held on the American Revo-
lution, and for the King he paint-
ed a series of gigantic painting:
to illustrate the Progress of Re-
vealed Religion to be housed in
a chapel at Windsor whieh was
to be erected for that purpose,
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formation of the Royal Academy,
ond he succeeded Reynolds as its

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las AL style, whieh had imflu- the pendulum of taste and the tala’ most. fanenes Astrologer, who |
et iim dufing his stay at judgment of posterity ae TS tenes te }
me, attracted mitich attention oo 4 r - au “palbob
hen whe showed his paintings in Outside the Chancel of St.| has built up ar
London, It was something new George’s Parish Church on the | enviable reput
or the work of a yeung colonial right there hangs a copy of “The pn a aie
to be also an innovation, He was Deposition” by Sir Peter Paul | Sredictions and |
onsidered then the equal of Rubens ‘(1577-1640). The orig-| the sound rracti-
Michaelangelo and Raphael: that inal hangs in the Cathedral of) cal edvice con-
is not the judgment of the pos- Notre Dame, Antwerp, and is one es = ans
terity. West’s flights of imagina- of Rubens most celebrated paint-| pusiness, “Specu-
tion are forgotten, his realistic ings. The St. George’s copy is| lation, Finances,
portraits of the famous remain on copper, the paint has flaked| Love | - | affairs,
{ interest, and, his historic paint- in places one of which, most un-| Friends, Bnemics,
ings are stamped with the new fortunately, has occurred under) have astounded
trend of histori¢al ré@alism. Hith- the signature of the copyist. The | educated people
erto, for the most part, dead first letter of the signature is| the world, over.
heroes had been depicted in Ro- ¢apital “W”", this is clearly vis- | SPSits, amt Ge.
mah to now, in “Phe Death ible, then occurs the flake—with | eves that Tabore must possets some sort <— =
of Wolfe’—a scene from the presumably another capital and | of second-sight. ;
siege of Quebec—British soldiers three letters missing, the last| Te popularise his system Tabore La PHENSIC tablets clear the head and dispel tightness

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- however, money wanted for Astrological Work, the

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4 Wednesday, 26th March
Ne
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of the

However, let us make q defefice

The series was originally plafined

to commence on the 6th February

but was postponed on account of Poems

the death of His Majesty, We Following on last Sunday's re-|
thonght it would be set back a view of Samuel Selvon’s new book
week and then the BBC advised i

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February.

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with, here is the story.
Kenneth Wheare of
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Douglas Hall
question of

of Jamaica
federation in

a, Coe of the British West Indies. by another eritic often heard in|
his closing programme will be the programme, Arthur Calder |
broadeast on the 26th _ inst., all . son

Wednesday, in “Calling the West piarshim. gras, reviewed Selves t

Indies” from London. The broad-

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Review of Derek Walcott’s |

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23rd inst. This time it will be on |}
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Van in good working order. Phone | On attractive hillside site, Rockley New|2. ORDERLY ORDEPLLY ew kK: For Oe ENDING SOE A LEELA ELPA Estate
4821, D. V. Scott & Co., Ltd Road. A. Batnes & Co., Ltd. Dial 4476 71 MAR. 52 —— ~ ‘ae
THANKS 12. 3.52—t.f.n. 13.2.52—t.f.n Orderly Officer Lieut. S. @, Lashley ‘ A Middle Street
a | engrereereenernene RRR cter———e and shing! houbd N ky Serjeant 517, L./Sit. Springer, W. Now in Stock... 22.3.52.—2n.
DANI The undersigned gratefwly| _ “AUTO wy TI apasine Sq] HOUSE One pours et eae fer 5g 0 * é
' 2 3 b tended, | Silicone Process POL juaram}14 x 9, shedro x 2 Appl; > Orderly cer uu pp. i. 6. peterkt
Rak ap Mer ee wien on wae teed to otfteshine and offt-last any Cari; Gittens, Haegatt Hall x 2 a ' Orderhy Serjeant aa , EE. (TERRAZZ y MAR LE HIPS
pathy or in any other way expressed Polish you have ever used. Gives a glass- 23.3.52—In - ML. D. Ss COX, Major.













EBONITE DIVIDING STRIPS

hard finish impervious to torrential rain,

sympathy on the occasion of
Oe ate bails blistering sun and corrosive salt air.

$.0.b. Adjutant,
The

VINCENT, B.W-T s Regiment.

REAL ESTATE









a Estelle Daniel of "
Kew MRoad, Bank rat St. Michael. | $1.60 per bottle. Sold only by HARRI- seid@rnized Stone House, e diniie lal
P.C. Si Van H. Daniel, Warder: Garin SON'S HARDWARE STORE, Broad 8° bedrooms, (2 screened) 2 There will be a Mess Mi of the rs Méss at 2018 hours on Saturday F
E. Dante! 23,3.52.—I1n 22.3.52—2n | pathrooms, — built-in cupboards. large | 29 Mar. 52. Honorary Memibers may attend af CEMENT in Buff, Red, and ing
————— = lounge, large verandah, ete., etc ar he tten: 2045 hours R wt
3 . di Family beg CAR 8 h.p. Austin Car in good 3% miles from Kingstown on main THE BARBADOS REGIMENT we; #0: %
are egy af condition Phone 4133 or 8513 road, 100 yards from Aquatic Club ay ee SERIAL N 5. e



through this medium to return thanks




22.3.52—-8n | Freehold price £4,000 Apply Box Q.|!. STRENGTH ENCREASE—Attestations

to all those kind friends who sent



vrea’ re ef Condolence, ie Gearic” Advocate Co 23.3.52—1n 699 Pte. Holligan, C
by saat Gh cepremen there sym CAR—Cheyrolet (1939 Handle Geor 700 Straker, F. A ) E R T L T D .
pathy in our recent bereavement Shift modety aa a “MELLYN,” Pine Hill eS “ pers M.A. ) The marginally named were attested T. th E e
Michael Randin, (Husband), Penn, Leo, | tyres. Apply: D. W. Gale, Bat = Tee A newly-constructed stone house on ba ckham, C. J and taken on strength of the Regiment
Nora, Mona (Children) 23.3.52—1n | Joseph. 3.526" | With polished pine floors throughout in a Maperet Mark ) wet 19 Mar. 52.
nn CAR 907M sae 10 aa th at cool and increasingly popular residential m1 fever” - 5. J ) >
ROBINSON-—We the undersigned grate *s rea. Zt is compact and easy to run 405 a )
fully return thanks to all who attended es Good dime: “one oe with minimum labour and contains front M. L. DB. SKEWES-COX, Major,
the funeral, sent wreaths, letters of | oauled. Price _— a verandah, drawing and dining roor 3 S.O.L.F. & Adjutant, gs ce.







contact P. L, Kelly, ¢/o Musson's .
19 3 S2—-tin



bedrooms, tiled bathroon The Barbados Regiment

toilet, kitchen, launds quar-

ters and large garage with direct acces Everyone loves a Smooth, Lovely Skin,—but they detest
to house, Front grounds laid out i Unsightly Hair, especially in Women . .- .80:—

garden beds, lawns hedges, ornamenta!

and shade trees and ormamental plants; “GET RID OF SIG x with
and back grounds in fruit trees and UN} HTL a
kitechent garden. ti renee v °

condolence or im any other way
assisted in our recent bereavement
occasioned by the death of Mrs
Cordelia Cleopatra Robinson, late of
Bank Hall X Road, St. Michael.

F. A. C. Clairmonte, Frederick and
Gerald O'Neale. 23.8. 52—1n

IN MEMORIAM



A.Â¥.S., F.V.A.



ee
CAR: Standard Vanguard 1952 model,
done 1,600 miles, exeellent for Hired
Service. Apply: Smith Engineering

Works, Roebuck St. or Phone 4947.
19.3.52—Srq

el ,
CAR: 1952 Morris Oxford—just com

@ REHENSIVE LIST-
S ALWAYS AVAIL-
ABLE.



Inspection by appointment with ifirs











































































































y a /o K, R. Hunte & 7’
ee Aan | fated 2,000 nike, © Garage |Lioya B. Aaron, c/e ee “|ROYAL NETHERLANDS
BARROW: [p loving memory of Emily | 4616. %.3.62—6n CR ee eee aise nT a 1 The M.V. CARIBBEE will For the Beach, Dance, Sailing, of any time ufdet-arth Hair FOR SALE
who died on the 29%d Maret, [ee —_———— nM deville, Christ Church Rectory STEAMSHIP co accept Cargo and Passengers for , a Unsightly
: et on WT cea ont eon or dial 5187 between p.m. and 8 p.m. ” Bornaice, Antigua, Montserrat, becomes » use Y a oe “ is ‘Portes
fe soul that diés in its most sacred | Station Wagon with # extra En eee + ng = alee evis, and St. Kitts. Date of . men who tough Deards, AST AND a -
hold G. E. Ward, Morris Service ae on any day Monday ¢@ Friday, inclusive, SAILING PROM EUROPE Sailing Thursday 20th Mareh 1952. VEET is extremely ae a ancuaae Pgs Brg Several bemutital plots is ieee
Receiveth life that shall forever last 2-80 | i hae. ak Ce . " areis W good beaches an
Wee te CS A) | tm | TO really know what “Home, Sweet | {5 COTTICA, fist March, 1908. The M.V. MONEKA Will accept Remember: “V E EB T” removes Saperfiuous Hair bathing.
Eloise and Clyde (Children) TRUCKS: Two Austin Two-Speed axle | Home means, see one 0 ay i MS BOSKOOP atin AD i if Cargo and Passengers for Dom- in exactly “THREE
2.3.52--1n | Trucks. Courtesy Garage—Dial 4616 Bungalow built of stone, open porch, . : pril, 1962. inica, Antigua, Montserrat, Nevis BUNGALOW, Maxwell Coast—
* si ele 18.3,59—6n | drawing and dining rooms, 3 bedrooms.| SANLING TO SOUTHAMPTON AND and St. Kitts. Date of Sailing pe ITS OLEAN! It'S OERTAIN! ! 19'S SAFE.1!! A well built bungalow with 3



with wash basins, kitchenette, toilet &
bath, servants’ room & garage, standing

bedrooms, largé living room,
kitchen, garage, servants’ quart-

AMSTERDAM

Friday 21st
MS ORGANJESTAD, 25th March, 1952. ¥ St ONG



B ISTER: In loving memory of our
dear Father, Jacob Bannister who

VAUXHALL, WYV That's VEET

Just under




















wat called to rest on March 23, 1943. | 2,700 miles Owner leaving Island —}° 6,285 sar ft. situated on seaside St } f The M.V. DAERWOOD will ers. A pleasantly located prop~
kind affectionate words, Delivery end April—$2,400, No. offers. | James. , SALLING TO TRINIDAD, PARAMARIBO accept Cargo and Passengers for RB.P. 2/3 4/- per tube erty for sale at avery
His loving ways, Dial 4616 22 3.980n } Two Storey stone Dwelling House with AND BRITISH GUIANA St. Laicia, Grenada and Aruba. = competitive figure.
ts cow: aon we, oruet him, TRUKWALE VELORCIN Saceent om ee Pee og ven $.8. COTTICA, 7th April, 1952. eno only for St. Vincent. Obtainable at:— COVE SPRING HOUSE, St
ver to femembered bY—Christopher, A VELOX—In excellent con- ec, pally § c SAILING TO TRINID ate of Sailing to be notified. . .
Ever 10 Pe Tne Etheline, Angelina, | dition — just completed 10,000 miles, Dial] sted ft Nelson Sereet for any type étxacao > ANP J BOOKER’S (B’dos) DRUG STORES LTD. dames — A 2, storey house on
Lilan (U.S.A.); Noel Carson, Leroy, | Courtesy Garage. 4016 . M.S. HERSHLAA, 2ist March, 1952 B.W.I. SCHOONER OWNERS’ BROAD STREET. da HASTINGS (Alpha Pharmacy coest with god grounds 4
line, Gl #%.9.6246n |. Three roof house, open stone veran- | im ; : ' » am DP: flities. There is
Pauline, Glenda (Grand-¢hiléren) decks 3 Lal arawine & dina tetins, 3 becrogmns) S. HECUBA, ist April, 1952. ASSOCIATION (INC.) an , . a Tae Ten secluded



*
8S. P. MUSSON, SON & CO.,
Agents.

kitchenette, toilet & bath, servants’
room and garage. Standing on 5,445 sqr
ft., situated in Dayrells Road, water and
light

Building Site at Navy Gardens, 11,000





Consignee. Tele. No, 4047 SSS = ———— ==

ELECTRICAL

———$_—_—————
Office wipment of all ki Steel
S#fes, SKan Visible is, Por-
tawié and Sta T , Adding
and Calculatifig Mach’ , Duplicating!



—
TUDOR—In loving memory of my
‘ beloved hugband Alfred Tudor, who
fell asleep on the 20th March, 1950.

{ WINDY wiLOws, St. James
6S ee Delightful bungalow housé with
For Ceilings, Partitions and Door Panes, we have { open verandah commanding view

LEPC CFOS



| and private sandy cove.





























WRIST WATCH: One Pierce Wrist-

Stop Watch on beach near to Casheil,
Welches, Ch. Ch. Finder return to T

18.3.52—6n



BI he vers
— may wither, flowers may! sr. ft, Ana Many othet Properties and e N s e 5 of sea and stretches of beach.
Friend, y forget y 2 OURSR. 4 A di t teamsh 2 Large lounge, 3 bedrooms, ver-
Ba ey forest you, but never | enn. a é sa Fcowy REALTY «& Commission nadian atio. Ips an excellent stock of +1) andahs, kitchen, pantry and ser-
A noble husband, honest and kind, ® AW cor” ye AGENCY ee ay ; I] yante_ toon. Storerooms in
Wee e, wonderful memory, he left : Marhill Street, Dial — wares " ” )} busement. Offers considered.
nd, PYE BATTERY SETS—Another ship- | _ es UL at 1 | 8 TEMPERE ; \
a beautiful Mfe, ¢afie a sudden met just, atrived, she gepulgr avy AUCTION SOUTHBOUND oe J rend Salts Arrives Sails i wie ton te eons nuns ae
P. 1.4 ™ 1. Tinnit tu P . a ontrea’ jalifak Boston B'dos B'dos ) with
ig ag as he lived, éverybody’s| MAFFES & CO., . Die wel Pe generar mn toe AS oes 7 CANADIAN CRUISER oe an 13 Mar. “a 23 Mar. 23 Mar . me ‘ be lace 1 \\ Favine Wn cimcame. fooling
: Ever to be remembered by his wife sn accident, We are instructed te otter this ane Winsor an ae cm win’ # z= a Apr, 12 Apr. Don't delay - this shipment cannot s te ide cat. TE alates dining
ris ‘on, Valda, Carmen, vehicle for sale by auction at the CANADIAN CRUI We tn a pr oes Apr., 28 Apr Ni . room, fitted
. y " f ISER ca: . 2M — 11 ; at pre : i
Ruta Rie saat isnimat| FURNITURE __ |i ‘Gpaar on pur eur Caan gerorveron:, “Se Hy A, Hae Bini en Bi gerege sean, sua, on
(brot! ), Miriam, Carmen (sisters). FURNITURE—One ay) Mahogany | tioneers. — F 23.3.52—4n. | CANADIAN CHALLENG a 19 May 2 May % Moy 2 June 3 June ‘ private access to good beach.
’ 99.3.62-—1n, | Dining Table to seat 8 ana one io wae | LADY NELSON ., oe * ee "a pine Fp PS ‘fone 12 June e y) 7 eopany which also includes
hogany ina Cabinet. pply en CANADIAN RUIS “* a e une une 2% June a detached and readily saleable
. Foster 3468. 23.3.52—2n.| UNDER THE IVORY HAMMER | canamian CONSTRUCTOR; 30 June... 8 July — 0 a 27.800 or hake fhe Which tddre
LOST & FOUND LIVESTOCK By instructions ,received from the LADY RODNEY ** “* 11 July 14 July 16 July 25 July 26 July N. B. I iC ) W ELL ) represents extreffiely sound value
—_—_—_ TT Insurance Co., I will sell at Messrs AA steal) ant and carries our strongest recom-
COW-_Calf within a few days. Apply: McEnearney & Co. Ltd., on Friday, » ; mn.
. March 28th, (1) 1951-30 H.P. Ford , nt)
Cospard Chase or Ashby, Enterprise, |) aines Truck, complete with platform NOREREIURy Arrives Sails Artives Arrives ves, _ Arrives } LUMBER & HARDWARE } “SOMEMEDE”, Garrison— This
Christ Church. 23.3.52—1n. B'dos B'dos Boston 8+. John ifax Montrea)
LOST or s}ete. Only done 1,700 miles. (Damaged] LADY NELSON $3 Mar. 96 Seer 3 a7 ntre ») | is ideally situated for
. COW: Giving 35 pints a day. Second es Se Terms cash, Sale at CDN. CRUER |. 4 Apr. 7 Apr. eri 4 Pet. 7 ard pes Dial 3306 “t Bay Street YH iS ever, popular
Ca * : -m. LADY RODNE h ' vy
talf Apply: Norwood Plantation VINCENT GRIFFITH, 2 RODNEY .. 24 Apr 26 Apr. 5 May i= 6 May 10 May } |, fs quite private and its

LADY NELSON , 10 May = 12 Ma 22 M
CDN, CRUISER .. 24 May 20 May lo
CANADIAN 1

- 23 Ma} 27 May
5 June 8 Jun) 11 Juné

Auctioneer

verandah cannot be overlooked, a
modetn

RACEHORSE—In training 4 y.o. filly













Gale, Edmundton, Welches, Ch. Ch. or, “Waterbell”. Price Ent. 2. ae ee ease ate CONSTRUCTOR 3 June 8 June —~; 10 deny 1
Advotate Advertising Office. Reward | Chandler 23.3,52—1n UNDER THE SILVER LADY RODNEY .. 15 June 17 June 27 Jurie we ene q Sus
= nae MIS.;CELLANEOUS HAMMER “ORALLENGER aay % J .
. 82 °° und une _ 5 Jul:
sie et On TUESDAY 25th, by order of The] LADY NELSON ... 6 July 8 July 18 July a ft Bie
WANTED ANTIQUES — 01 every description | Misses Hutchinson we will sell at “Wind-] CDN CRUISER ., 14 July 19 July, ~ 26 Julyy 29 July, 1 Aug
Glass, China, old Jewels, fine Silver | er Lodge”, Government Hill the follow- | CANADIAN { ‘
Watercolours 7 Early books, Maps, Auto- ing Items which are chiefly in Silver, CONSTRUCTOR 24 July 29 July we 6 Aug! 8 Aug. 10 Aug
graphs etc., at Gorringes Antique Shop SkheMeld and Plated Ware, Cut Glass &e LADY RODNEY .. 7 Aug. 9 Aug 19 Aug. — | 20 Aug. 3 Aug
adjoining Royal Yacht Club. Cut Glass Dishes, Glasses, Decanters, | ——————————— atte
' HELP 3.2.52—t.t.n,|] Finger Basins, Zephr Table Glass; \\ ESET
; oe minmnnan | SPOCIMen Vases; Ruby Claret and Hock For further particulars, apply to— i. S . SARA SALAS SSS S
as BISCUITS: Try our Delicious Short- glasses; Hand-painted Fruit Services; -



Breakfast and Dinner Services Menton
pantry, 3 servants’ fooms,
and outhouses. The land is com-

GARDINER AUSTIN & COs LTD.—Agents. \ |

A. GOOD aes s on ,cake and Shirley Biscuits on Sale every-
jad ‘1008. |

premises. Good.” wages. where. W.1. Biscuit Co., 44 Yea Service, Sangaree Glass, Claret





















23.9. 6-40. Jug; $F: Dish Covers; Pitd Cups and : i
COTTON SPERSUCK jn ten Siveta, Walters Seapenr Fg 3 Besar { i) Savcal te ten ae with aed bathe
Cc En dhe A a * - : ~

ae eo a Cutter and Supervisor ha d 36” wide $1.12 yard. |fers Very Nice Cruct Stand (& bottles) NOTICE }

Peat ts an % % C/o Advocnte. Reyeed to ofly to 91.01 4 yard |&e., &e,, Uphols: eee Room moe THE AMATEUR

21.9,52—2n | pene a as 62—In sry usié "eatery: enpravinds. Why not be Modernised . }

STENOGRAPHER & TYPIST, An|——— OO” | Music Canterbuny Semi-grand Piano by Whether you are furnishing pioportioned
expetiencéd Stehographét & Typist, no| FOOD CONTAINERS in plastic, sitit- | Bechstein and other items. 5 a Home or an Office the £ on a er site of 12,500 sq.
othef need apply. Good salary. Apply | able for refrigerators in 3 sizes. General Sale 11.80 o'clock. Terms CASH. \({ Modern Furnitute Oo-oper- , Contains 3 galleries (1 enclosed),
by and in person. L, M. B, | Hardware Supplies, Rickett. St. BRANKER, TROTMAN & co. | ation can do the job to suit Does teen maior aa.
Meyers & Co., Lid. 23.3.52—t fn. 22.3.52—2n "Auctioneers your taste and your pocket. ; j Ts Watts seseoted eae
‘ae HERCULES BICYCLE: Raffle Tickets 20.3.52—2n A \ So why not stop in and give & 1 : Sh Sale, owner going abroad.
MISCELLANEOUS for Sale 1/- each (for charity) Call at} ————.-—— -———— a us your order, whether it’s XC usive opping entre

A. E, Taylor's Store 22,.3.52—2n Mahogany, Birch, Pine, Fir HT wee Bo Rendezvous pa,

FOR RENT

—$—$_—$—— ,

JUST RECEHVED—Valor St io 1 or Deal. Your orders are

neluding — Chimneys, apresdecs, Paid Ok BARBADOS promptly dealt with, so Tre-
member the place .. .

Cop Plates, Wicks, and Ovens. Abo

: * * * *
DECORATION HOUSE: Antiques, Gifts. |

——$—$ $$ — — $$
BOARDER- Private family on the Sea-
side. Can accommodate Working Gen-

garage, servants’ quarters, walled













nd standing on 8,000 sq. ft, land.
tleman. School Boy or Visitor to the | pressure Stove ; ;: fn with
. Pres s parts. Enquire Auto Tyre good area unobstructed
islam For information write Box R.| company, Trafalgar & Spry Streets HOUSES io é THE MODERN view. Any reasonable offer
/ ocate Co, 19.3.52—1n | shone 2696. 20,.3,52—t.f.n.| “ARTISTIC Comfortably furnished Presents its FURNIT URE =

seaside Flat, Hastings Main Road, tub

DOG or BITCH— ’
Labrador Retriever, bath, electric heater, open verandah

Airedale Terrier, or Golden Retriever 1952 JUNIOR

Y. DE LIMA & CO: C J Gifts.
CHAMPIONSHIPS GO-OPERATION mine, Sowelleny,

OlL—The _ Wofld’s finest motor oil

BUNGALOW, Maxwell ca;
‘eedol, at all leading Garages and Service :

A well built
bedroorne,













































7 - Such as:— Blocks, Shackles, Thimbles,
tea vie ‘Jib Hanks, Sail Siides ete. All in brass,
Nofiee a, hereby. given that the Annual | T°¢, Barbados Foundry Limited, White

Available to approved tenants.

REAL ESTATE
AGENTS

Sr cieerilliatiiamear sa game nen
MODERN FURNISHED FLAT—with
Silver and Linen. Good Sea-bathing
For further particulars. Apply to Alma
Lashley No. 6 Coral Sands, Worthing.

HIGHGATE — Unfurnished flat.

State age and Price Apply to “X" | \tations. Your vehicle ‘the best. facing sea, safe bathing, suitable one or } latge living foom
Aquatic Club, G 2.3.52 cee deserves »lcouple, Télephone ‘ 5 Si
ee omen. .3.08-t5 | MeEDOL ee Sen Te. 29,9.59—1n and DEPOT ADVOCATE CO.: Book Shop, Stationery. Kitchen, sernte, servants, quarters.
ravel”, 17.9.62—t.f.n. N * ’ { pleasantiy located pri for
a oe ; — - IALE & FEMALE Otis Sobers tae Hy |) sale at a very competitive figure.
: SitanGcinametseal RAL MONET A tee natene’ Geil ae and BODY BEAUTIFUL ans eg Y {
P rete. aceninat eaUtanett, Asbd Tee Dees cen meals an udor Street CARIB SHOP: Carved Mahogany, Native {
, aati rd. Cost 00, services supplied fron: main house, Own CONTEST . $
stag Saree ay ee ee Telephone. Suitable married couple, Barbadian Wares, Indian Bags and Belts. RENTALS
= 5 : : 18.11 bi—t.f.p ($25.00) per day American Plan for two Ons : .
-11.81-t.£.P | people. Apply: Beachlands, St. James or n Saturday Night, 29th ATTRACTIVE FURNISHED
NOTICE |—Sie popular "WONDER OVENS" are Ne popular "WONDER OVENS” are| phone 0167, 14.3.52—t.f.n. March, 1952 ; GREYSTONE GALLERIES: Completely i BQuae sess Xeet) Coty. avalle
here again. This is the Top-of-the-Stove i pias Sanna oo new Techni designs and Finishes in ' .
oO : HOUSE: “Vermont”, Pine Road, fur- ’ que, des an
Orders for OLIVER/CLETRAC Crowies| ven thich, cooks, baker and routs an | ished or untornianed. Dist om or aita.|]] At QUEEN'S PARK Barbados Pottery. Bin monies somasuee seuss
being accepted. We shall be pleased to| do bit does it in less time and at half shah oe. 9 at 8 p.m. i ney re Ge Pathe tornaned’
ee eee eoraen on applica- the cost. It is efficient on Gas Stoves, KILDARE—Bedford Avenue — from i acide ike rnished,
ton. Orders are‘aizo being received tor | Cu» Wings, Ol Stoves ete, Avaliable Bal June 0 to. December wot sinciustvay ||] Reserved Seats: i: 2/- STANSFELD SCOTT & CO: Wines, Spirits jj
mantfasture 2 ; ee m Well-furnished bungalow, 2 mins Yacht dG ri NEWTON LODGE, Maxwell
Typertiamier Erectors, The price is sleo | mee each. 22.3.52—2 | Ciub—Bus, Dining, Drawing, 2 double ee }) Eset SU enae, RERR DOS
he price is a , . :. Se ene a ' ) fe
sued ene quarter of less than the | u's | WATCHES: | Lusina Swiss made witiat | eco los cit an Ne Ces aan POSSPD ISPD 9DPSR PISS PPPS TH }) session.
« COURTESY GARA al 4616. | Watches for ladies and men. Seveén- |p, ¥ r 2 :
22.3.52—6n teen jewels or more. Guaranteed a ait ae = REALTO E ENGLISH SHOP: Materials blocked oa K R. Hunte & Co., Ltd., Lower Broad ““-MARISTOW", Maxwell Coast, Pur- R LIMITED. by hand, Skirts, Shirts, Shorts. peer a
NOTICE | treet 22.3.52—2 | nished, Refrigerator . telephone in- { } RESIDENCE, 2 Mile Hill me
Da aoe eedeer wae: ae 9 lormation, Phone . { tifully furnished, swimming pool,
| YACHT FITTINGS—Fine assortment | §511 2.3.55 an \ BETTINA LTD: Gowns, Lingerie, Gifts, close’ to town,” excellent. staf.
}
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Meeting of Division I of the B.C'S.A

will be held at the Lecture Room, De- iy eae © ee

EASIDE PROPERTY, Paynes

y—Available to approved ten-

AUCTION







CLUB POINCIANA: Bar, Restaurant,




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SSSLPOOPSTS OPPO OPF



















partment of Science and Agriculture on 23,2.52-—t.f.n G
Monday next, the 24th of March, at 430] M&W. EME | caedeesteencnestnsiiteeenentisieme juest Rooms. trom May to Nov
a AGENDA NOUNC NTS MODERN FURNISHED FLATS—Four FOR SALE NONPAREIL ee a ‘
/ o Aces, St. Lawrence Gap. Apply: Mrs MODERN FURNI %
2 Flcction of Committee of Manag | The Barbados Agencies announce that L. Hassell, Phone 4003 . 21,3.52 -3n Balmora) Gap, Hastings ia eo BEAUTY SALON: Ladies Hair- GALOW—Wildey-Available aout
0! anage- dé Po Enel i i 6 months.
tig they are selling Petrol and Oil to the - ‘ ressing, Beauty treatment. .
3.” General Business eneral puble at their premises Bay | | OBFICE— once Ye jae aise See Thursday, 27th March = e
FL. CozIER Street 21.3.5%—-an | &t Prince William Henry Street Apply Lovely Stone House; comprising Y, Phon 4640
Hon, Sec Division 1 ) |v. B. Marshall 23.3.52—1n upstairs three Bedrooms, Large at 11.30 am B | £ ie
Do 93.3. 63--17 TUITION nto gt a Living Room, Dining Room, 2 Ce atmora ap. astt S.
3.69—-In.| 4. imited numa eefapie- token ifi— | Tae ROSAME Caras 4 bedroom Tollets & Baths, one with Tub - Plantations Building
Latin, French, Matheifiaties, Greek, Eng- residence in upper Dayrells Road Bath and hot and cold water, er
FSC9S599699999999S9900", 6). German, Spanish ‘and Kealian, | Dial 0672 23.3.52—1n Gallery. Downstairs: 3 Spare tony ,
H. F. BOYCE, M.A. (Oxon) “To LET—J a/or July Furnished Panne Kitchen, and Shower ae ate, wentructet OF OF land ae ee ae ,
. hd . June and/or July Furnishe: foom, Standing on 2 oximatel . 2 i
“WHAT THEY SAY” 8) o «52-2 Aquatic Club Garrison | i oase St. James Coast. Four Bedrooms au Actes af land about 100 yards to dispose of his Furniture and moo * \ thre
pe Fee excellent. Bathing, Box—M.L, C/o Ad-|§S from Gibbs Beach. ; Effects as listed below. wo That's why
| reer ET | SSS ES mn <

Inspection by appointment only. Viewing morning of sate

\ eS:

. :
x NEW BUNGALOW â„¢ pholstered " T \
. E
% comprisiny "three Bedrooms aerete chats, wommues tl LAS more tons, world over, are
*% Dining and living Room, Kitchen, ot u a aon ee
X Toile : - Dining Tables, Mah. Oce. Tables,
Toilet and large tiled bath Stand- Mah. Bookca Mah. Wardrobes \ . .
R ta coe 11,000 square Mah. Chest of Drawers, Mah. .

eet P a > > s
R Waters land, Situate at Blue Dréssing Table @md Stool, Mah | oo

and approximately 250 arpet -
yards from the famous Rockley eat oe = OTe 3

S$ Beach. This Bungalow has never £ Single Beds -
x aos lived in. Very reasonable en ica tereeoe chil: \ — an on an I ma e
srice nen
¢rén’s Wardrobes, Li Cabi- Lie t: :
eo



“I would prefer my husband
to give me
One of these GAS COOKERS
than a diamond ring!"
oes tae You'll agree she was a

sgeaible woman — she wot ver Bi Dance & Floor Show

Possibly the diamond ring too!

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Make This A Date— LE
CANADA DRY

(World Famous Beverages)

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Dial 9111. D, FP. de Abreu. Call

et “Olive Bough”, Hastings

“OLIVE BOUGH” (Seaside) at

HASTINGS; A 3-Storey — Partly

Stone, 4 Bedrooms, Sandy Beach,

about 13,000 sq. ft. AT HAST-

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at 9 p.m.
» — 5% ; AS N 2-S' Py .
— FOX TROT CONTESTCPHIZES Sue Wake, & Petroome, § 1S iain ali het. ‘Table Lamps, Steel Desk,
UNIVERSITY COLLEGE OF Artists Harvey Rogers, Ehaking, Gotn are v3 ree AE % Comprising Four Bedrooms, Din- eet Henk, COTS Desk & Stoo, Z
THE WEST INDIES mesenee Bros (Acrobats) = in ‘Almost New 3 “Bedroom Natcee <$ ing and Living Room, Pantry, Machine Pee aoa = RUCK operators know that — provide the finest road perform-
- y Songs, ances, Acrobat te. . * Kitchen, and a a me * ae ° : “ie :
EXTRA-MURAL a Beier eee Pungalow, Tiled Bath < Toler 1 R's ee ae ae ee phone, . Venetian . Biing. Baby's Goodyear giant tires give ance of any work tires. Get the
ia pene res lety Fiv abou . ft.. Going der c @ , z a 7 air amd Cot, Congoleum, . s 3
DEPARTMENT. __ Society Five £2,300. NBAR CYPY in Avenue, Sit near Seawell Airport. Wiec. Figor Polisher longest life—lowest cost-peranile best — get Goodyear giant tires!
eee 7: a Quiet -& Restdential.—A Bargal St Price veny reasonable, Inspection , Kettle, Hot Plates, Elec. y g
A FREE LECTURE j | We Almost New 3 Bedroom Rel % by appointment only, Irons, Fans, Elec. Stove, G.E.C. Other super-stamina Good
Se eee ee : ; ae
DR Tan WA Going Under £2100, | |% BUNGALOW Rese stoves, Repeater 12 MUMILER st eed
’ . 2 wed he hnadg s, Rockley New Road: on approx: ; ( rn tae
BY FONTABELLE; 2 Bedroo © imately 19,000 square feet of Inme gauge Winchester Gun (as new) ALL- WEATHER Road
BALLAD OF Bungalow, A-1 Condition, Going 8 Magnificent Sanne” deuipactting Gola 4-10 Double Barrel Shot Gun, .22
Bate ei ate! ae maaTinGee’ | |S Magfeent, view, inciuding Gold 31 Romingion Rif. Misc. Books
TRADITION Realdences (one partly stone, and | Gnd Dining Room Kitchen, Fools, Ching, Glaseware, Kiichen

yield $105.00 p.m., and Ghing

yee Sto. At LOWER BAT * Room with Bath and Toilet, and bt setarest,

will be given by PALACE





ts Dembatalrs Garage, Servants Equipment and many other items












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- % enough room for Las a
ST.,—Seaside, 2 Bedroom Sto: ae aundry oF on
PROFESSOR A. K. CROSTON Cn Selden pm LS
f lish 2 t DA r Gotne Unde 1,000. AT UPPER ‘+
(Professor of me at the HEADQUARTERS FOR RORBUCK gi Se cate rae 3 4S % AUCTIONEERS
rey a s 7 St . 8 Bedrooms (possible 4), s
st the enon QUVENTS cg ALD Stine ose omens: | | REALTORS Limited 3 J 2
BRITISH COUNCIL CEYLON Under £1,200, AT ROCK ye rer |% BEAL ESTATE AGENTS ohn ¥4. Biadon y > ‘
-*% mr z . /
at 8.15 p.m. T Wi A N l' ebout 94 00 « Me but not with % AUCTIONEERS % a
x Ge _ or s - S o RS
a SOOO iene a Baron | |S sonpmg cowmmactons ee THE CITY GARAGE TRADING CO., LTD
arc 2. 7 Prices almost A where Ar ‘ 151/182 Roebuck Stree’ . — >
MONDAY, March 24th. Pr. Wm. Hy. St. Dial 3466 Pte x — a s A.F.8, F.V.A y e °
a % Phone 4900 > :
ee ry ie 8 |} VICTORIA STREET



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SUNDAY ADVOCATE i ee IFTEEN
; a Sain. ddemamnnes aa — 1 $°GS969699946906566 0900" (HOF >
GOVERNMENT NOTICES * $
CHURCH SERVICES eepetaeens S :
: , % ROVAL COLD NG 96% 3%
ANGLICAN atti: A vacancy exists for a Technical Se Instructor for the % ¥%
» NEW TE NT CHURCH OF GOD . os - a a -aalle Salesch aoe’ ® of +} aving . +r ~ 5 ’ DRC = e
ST. .MARY’S CHURCH RIVER ROAD—40 a.m. Sunday School, | Motor Transport Platoon on the Permane Staff of the Barbado: T H E F A M | L Y S 0 4 P % ME TALLIC d VU ,OOF S
LENT Iv. a — ae 7.35 p.m. Service. Rev | Regiment s my aise “=
(one oe vaso ae ka “BANK 10
mon, 3.30 p.th. Sunday School, 4.00} 11 a.m 7.15 p.m. Service, | rate of 4¢; under the Widows’ and Orphans’ Pension Act t is in- : : s
Cane oe 4.15 i. Saiaee Brwttyjohn, Ministée | tended that th ; post should be pensionable Applicants should have | o Banishes perspiration odor A
tisms, 7.00 p.m. Solerin Evensong & Ser- | wi the Dom Sicwe ee . a ’ i A simp
nor Preacher, Father F. Layne ao nae. 2, “ty sgieoh ten to fifteen years experience in technical motor transport, work. | &> Leaves body sweet and dainty | Metallic Zine Coatin
AY 26TH Mid ; : Vv } ‘ + . > aaah ‘ r . Ss obtai blk
7.30 p.m. Solemn Evensong & Sermon. | Wa : A Charge and must be a practising motor . mechanic, Previous experience in Oden mahi, 2 .deup, eneting tnches sas je : pee f yt .
Preacher ig sundaw. School, Oe mks tz instructing and previous service In the Army * iM be an saree: Dathe. Odes is idee! for family. ute. acini
11.30 a.m. Breakfast time Service | &-clte reghes. Minister in Charge The appointee will be subject to the current conditions of service ave and ch
Condu Canon Barleé. 7.90 p.m. | QFtTPS VIEdAGE—10 a.m Sunday | and departmental procedure and discipline % i af
Stations of the Cross and Meditation. ool, ii a.m. Service, 4 p.m. Monthly | Se RRR EO m tomethas with testiearisle ene eieationsl i ose ne
of the Cross ane Piseipion t 4 toe un, os Servite; Written applications, past “i - 1 —_ nials and i be window frame
ST. LEONARD'S CHURCH , ©. A. Nurse, mister in Charge | certificates will bé received iy the Colonial Secretary, Colonia cre~ $6699 CSCS SEBOOS89OO8 BOO H xcept
8 aa, a See al nea hey A. Nurse 5 " STR ian tary’s Office, Bridgetown, up to Friday, 28th March, 1952 $ re oer _ ei | eae he s ’ t
; a.m ‘oly communion, a.m, - . - y 7. s . 7° , . - - eee oe. . y ' » | — em
Ghoral eeu SS a an@ | Pastor ¥ ik Ameew 21.3.52—2n! X YES! JUST ARRIVED: Wh
Sermon, 3 p.m unday hool, p.m. ATIO Sg >
Evensong and Sermon STREET ’ . SPRATTS MIXED BIRD SEED
Monday Coan Air Service Goodland. ll am Miness. Mecting, 3 p.m -_ y FE 208 {, MESSEN Ss AND 1% CANARY SEED e "
7.30 p.m. Holy Communion oh Monday Company leeting., 7 p.m. Salvation UNIFORM TROUSERS FOR POSTMEN, MESSENGERS A) BS ” AQU ARIUM FISH FOOD *
and Saturday 7.30 a.m. Holy Commun- ects: c-RS OF THE POST OFFICE DEPARTMENT ‘ ° =i agen
ion on ‘Rieaday and #tiday’ © a i Holy jrreaehier: Major & Mrs. V. Cc. Undernatt, | sisaeaie 1S Also: A LOVELY ASSORTMENT OF = - - - 3 gi eR Nala *
ee eee, wie OUGy B CENTRAL | Tenders are invited for the manufacture of Uniform Trousers | {s EASTER EGGS > i j 3
720 miss Gee “ canpdae” uw oe ns pn | for Postifien, Méssengers and Porters of the Post Office Department | § i" re er % » GENERAL HARDWA RE SUPPLIES %
7 a 3 . m. a .
Litany. Selon’ Suet, aad, Recon Meeting. ” | during the financial year ending 3!st March, 1953 | COME IN — YOUR DRUG STORE — > ay woes cilicinieeie aii g
~m. Sunday School and Children’s reacher; Major Smith. | F icular’S may be obtainéd from the Colonial Postmaster. {% . seeen mere per eens >
Service, 1 p.m. BVEhiOhe aha Berner TOWN ae eee Ay OE-SOSenane Some Oo aiivathianay Genie, 1 THE COSMOPOLITAN Ni >
Preacher: The Rev. H. A. Melville 1l a.m Meeting, 3 p.m. | Tenders in sealed envelopes, addressed to the Colonial Secre MS te . RICKETT STREET I PHONE 4918 X
a 2 p m, Open Air Service. itestng? ing, 7 p.m. Salvation jand marked “Tender for the manufacture of Trousers (Post Office)” | Just a few 7 aa St. in PR. Sz. eaeeet > %
e 7 p.m rvice in Churel % . . - : . t r2 393 . A. »
Thursday 7.30 p.m. Open Air, Friday Preacher: Sr. Captain Bishop |should reach the Colonial Secretary not later than 12 noon on 2n ig Phone: 4 * * SOO SSOSSOO OOOO ‘ AL ALCL.
5 p.m. Stations of the Cross and ror Joacite ADs | April 1952 23.3.52—2n | * ae 6684"
Acdress 3 eeting, 3 p.m i sites ae — — anenEEREEenemneemeeenl
METHODIST Company Meeting. 7 p.m. | Salvation | deciles »
ng. : co
Boulton hs a cs ay, J S. | Preacher: lor Rawlins (Rp) | UNIFORM SHIRTS FOR POSTMEN, MESSENGERS AND
. 77 sé. cH E are i = . a j
Bt ee a ee POSTERS OF THE POST OFFICE DEPARTMENT
ae : or : |Company Meeting, 7 ” gs: ‘i +
Gumth, Ape ake an & scan |, Meeting . eae | Tenders are invited for the manufacture of Uniform Shirts, for |
meena “a4 ‘ _ | Preacher; Lieutenant Reid , Sorter »P ice Departme iu
HOLETOWN—8. 30 . Mr. D. Scott; S SS s and Porters of the Post Office Department, dug
7 p.m. Mr. P am F ot PIE CORNER Postmen, Messengers and Pc o I

BANK HALL-# # a.m. Rev . | a.m. Holiness Meeting, 3 p.m | ing the financial year ending 31st March, 1953,
Payne: Sa 1 Pan. Mr. J.T. Oxiey. | Meeting” Meeting, 7 p.m.” Salvation Full particulars may be obtained from the Colonial Postmaster.
Laveen hi aie w | mens F Preacher: St. Major Hollingsworth Tenders in Sealed envelopes addressed to the Colonial Secretary
wiine Peo. on. MD. 11 a.m ere “Bhosne, 3p and marked “Tender for the manufacture of Shirts (Post Office)”
nnister, pom ev. F. Lawrencé. > ° ;ma : = ate ‘ g 2
SELAH—9.20 a.m. Mr, B. E Barnett. Meeting. Meeting, 7 p.m.” Salvation | should reach the Colonial Secretary not later than 12 nan on 4
ae em gh Mr. B. Preacher; Captain Moore April, 1952. 23.3.53—2n
BETHEL: 11 a.m. Mr._ 1.’ Blackman; THE ST. JAMES NATIONAL :
7 in Rey. M. A. E. Thomas = ~ a
jonday: 7.30 p.m. Circuit Welcome TaN
Ponte Rev. and Mrs. T. J Friley. t P t ST. Lt q WA
SALKEITH: 11 a.m. Mr. P. Deane; Concer Oo a.
7 p.m. Mr. F. Moore , S one
BELMONT: 11 a.m. Mr. V. St. John P BEACH BUNGALOWS FOR SALE
7 p.m. McAllister PATRONS of the Hastings
SOUTH DISTRICT; 9 a.m. Mr. V. | Rocks are

















Over a quarter of a million motorists are insured with

C8 > nS -e eS is While stocks
Pilgriti, 9 om Me One c asked to note that the TWELVE attractive wooden bungalows, with about’ one acre of the ROYAL because it offers them the three essen ‘a er eae
VAUXHALL: 9 a.m. Rev. M. A, p, | Special request programme which | land each, on the Vigie Peninsula, St. Lucia, in close proximity to tials :— b " 1 _ ee at
Phones me. Mr. T. Callender tan eres Owing to the in-| Vigie Airport and bathing beach (1} miles from Castries) are being Absolute security; Equitable claims sett ement; not le:
Thomas; 7 p.m, Mr. A a avers me will ‘now take plicg nae Sty offered for sale in situ at reasonable prices ranging from $5,000 to A real understanding of the needs of the motoring as you want
mA aN ctmeneeâ„¢ next, 25th March. ree $7,000 (B.W.I.), fully furnished or unfurnished, Electricity and water community.

11 a.m. Morning Setvice, Preacher : This concert will be held in ad- | are laid on.
Rev. E. E. New; 7 p.m, Evening Service. | dition to th £

Allow us to issue you with
Preacher; Rev E, E. New.

A MOTOR INSURANCE POLICY 7
that will place ROYAL service at YOUR service.
For information and rates, apply to —

DACOSTA & CO., LTD.~acENTs

ae e Mong ay night 2, A substantial former Military brick building in the sate
ramme on the 28th, and the i i er r sale at a price of $26,000 (B.W.1.).
GRACE HILL sale at ¢ of $

11 a.m. Morning Service, Preacher :| Patfons are “keminded ‘that re- locality is also being offered for sale at a price o

Mr. O. R. Lewis, 7 p.m. Evening Service | Quests for special items shoulda 3. No reasonable offers will be refused.
Preacher; Mr. F. G. Downes. reach &t.

A. BARNES & CO., LTD.

FE BL LEC WE NRE
i

FU Cecilia Barracks not 4. Inquiries and applications should be made to the Govern-
11am iMbeniba’ Weeeise, Preacher : | Later than Wednesday, the 26th | ment Agent for the Sale of Vigie Peninsula, Office of the (Commis-
ari preneyhg Dra, Evening Service, | March, sioner for Reeonstruction, Castries, St. Lucia, B.W.1.)
eacher r. U. Reid.

MONTGOMERY SSS | 28th February, 1952.

7 pm, Evening Service, Preachet ;

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3.52.40. | .666.365996699909006 ‘ rea oe
Mr. D. Culpepper. 9.3 _ ~ s tt
DUNSCOMBE ; % r >, oe Y a
7 fm, Evening Service, Preacher : DANCE e FOR % f Y TT % a: 28
Mr. W. Swire. < x . £ y # A af ‘
SHOP HILL x 4
7 rm Evening Service, Preacher :









Mr. W. S. Arthur. and

GUARANTEED
SERVICE

Remember any Watch and
Clock Repairs will be deliv-
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BAPTIST LADIES & GENTS WATER

1
Evensong and Sermon; preacher at both | POLO MATCHES BY
services, the Rev. J. B. Grant L. Th. FLOODLIGHT
I

$ GENERAL ENGINE ROOM STORES

including:—

11 a.m. Matins and Sermon, 7 p.m,

MIXED FRUIT i
For CAKES & PUDDINGS.

BUN FLOUR--Pkgs SANDWICH SPREAD—Bot, ff}
BLANC MANGE—Pk SALAD CREAN
CHOCOMEL—Tins Ol s I t
BRISKET BEEF —Tins } ISH—Bot
HAM ROLL—Tin | IRE RELISH—Bot
SLICED APPLES-—Tin N UTTER Bot
GRAPES—Tin { ONION Bot
STRAWBERRIES—Tin ( I Bot
LACTOGEN—Tin LEY WATER—Bots
OX TONGUES—Tin i Bot
BAKED BEANS~-Tir I Ltt Bot ;
COCKTAIL SAUSAGES i 1 Snaps rv

] bod ed ins

4,

Minister in charge. Special Lenten pray-~
ers will be said; 4.20 p.m, Mon, Wed. Fri.
training for youths this will be conducted |
by the Rev. L. Bruce-Clarke (Assistart
Pastor) and Mrs. Olga Browne

at

ERY aarti BELTING, in Leather, Camel Haiti; Canvas-stitehed
sa BELT FASTENERS, OIL CANS, PRESSURE GAUG
GALVANISED & STEAM PIPE & FITTINGS
FILTER CLOTH, — WHITE COTTON TWILL
SUMALOID and RITO-MASTIC (for Boiler Walls)
ENGINE, CYLINDER & MOTOR OILS and GREASES

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—— (Local & Visiting Members
SHRISTIAN SCIENCE Only) ;
aa meee See { on OSS SOSSS SSS FSS SSP SS FP FFF OSS SSS EEA EIST 4

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Suits lla m tnd 7 a a SATURDAY, March 29th, | STAMP COLLET TING

Wednesdays 8 A Service which | > = ae qi, hae add
i pralar nteaaedatoes Oy ei tction | at 8.30 p.m. | You can start the right way with the

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RIDGE CAPS

SUNDAY, MARCH 23, 1952
Subject of Lesson-S¢rmon; MA’ %
Golden Text: Colossians 3: 2. Set your
affections. on things above, not on things
on the earth.

The following Citations are incindéad
in the Lesson-Sérimon:

Water Pol 7 by making your selection from our large assortment of —
et meee STAMP ALBUMS—(5 Sizes) from 84c. to $8.50
Admission for Water Polo Loose leaves to fit the above, Stamp Hinges in Tins, four types

only—2/- of Magnifiers, Perforation Guages, Water-Mark Trays and
(Games will be played Tweezers, Benzine Droppers, Titles of Countries in Booklet
8.30—9.30 p.m.) form
; anc
“le Wes ok ree Stamp Catalogues—British Empire and King George VI
for 1952.

(Omtnacing, 540 ROBERTS & Co. - Dial 3301

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Phone: 4528

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ZT am the first, and 1 am the last; and
beside me there is no Gokl.

Isalah 44:

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oF PRINS oss scsivbssesas . 36” Wide @ $1.03 & 84 {i peer eee |” oe iowa - % Ta G. ee 1,
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i LOUIS ESCHENAUER GRAVES per bottle s * cough that you cé ‘ , ais (asst % ‘ ; ~H
5 i i N WHISKY er bottle 5.00 : er eoaas $ It's my First-Aid Kit $
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w lise in Fish 8 \s “ 3
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ENAMELLED PUDDING BASINS 18 cm. 64¢c. 56c. Nett | His ii ead 1 Glnsées :
do. ~ 16 cm. 50c. 40c. Neit ii W|§ Sherry a %
PRESSURE COOKERS $22.50 $20.00 Nett WIE see
ELECTRIC IRONS $5.00 $4.00 Nett : Pony Whiskey :
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PAGE SIXTEEN SUNDAY ADVOCATE SUNDAY,









MARCH 23, 1952















































































= aanie
The Lives Of Harry Lime B.G. Waterfront |
° : °
Strike Continues TOP SCORERS AT THE t "“Yes—usually Rice's
@ From Page 1! us this news You had no idea as I crouched there in the gloom, |)
where to find us cradling her head in my fur-clad {Fre Our Own Correspondent } on Bolton cane

that one night when the air wa I do not know ... I heard it in arms GEORGETOWN, B.G., Mar. 22 | |

naan oat ar oe = at oa co a oo po Fae = I REELED PR. waeenens sre ee INTERSCHOOL SPORTS C °

: \ ynze horses 1e ” ay as worke have QU: aything
tire stars The Germans could de- The Horses moved . ramee worblgndse pre-striian : <—

i council. “It is Stroy my home, but they could not 4 . condition As a result all was 2 a 9 need L ”
af no + itinue, my friends,” Kill my faith. Even as I fled BUT, as Graznov - pproached, liet all along the mile-long Che ob e School : = i
he told us, “Our supplies are low, Stalingrad I knew you had found she raised herself. She cried joy- z - wt tt “¢ * b sen sown hl :

Unless we start back for civilisa- the answer to the legend. May I full) “Th horses, look: In the in aa fort 7 4 id ie ith
toamc a. ' a ‘ver look upon the wonderful horse bream of "1 yen! Look, they |Making an effort to load or un-|j/ =
eae rt ae ee: Dave Gr eect een wee are } comping to life 3 3 load the five vessels in port 1} the Shirt

“Doe mean the expedition “Yes, little |Sonia,” he said i a nent my mind -eeled Puntmen Ro en es who }} ; ,
as fail Jagger?” gently “You shall see your leg- f these ho wer: m g | were out during the past six Cays}/ + :
ee "Hay W e shall return ¢md come true.” They moving toward us |already, are affecting sugar pro- TOP SCORERS IN ed ee an
j “ ec » -stablis We lift Sonia out of th way | duction as one estate held up eas
ane for ote vo aa We wotked like devils though just in tire as th ’ crushed to he grinding due to con estion in the pl ng “ ’

ame * now I knew we had all eternity f{55.r, The bomb had jarred then factory The Demerara Count 2 :. ,
” All the same, it was a sad leave- to finish our work, What would je ie, One Nazi bomb had ended Estates cis, pees and Lighters | f al oring | Th Hele
taking the scientists of the future think the waiting of 10,009 years! for transporting suger to ose | e
“iar orie thet as silent as When they founc our remains Sonia whispered raptly: “They going chins Pins t of Grora 7 ‘
ain ry Re ia a ~——o nas the pe of iy pee. Age? Or li, at tavaem ee cunt you h at oo ships inthe port of oe e | by Eldonia in fine
go—satis that it had helpe would we be urable? Then! them? Russia's enemy is destroy- eC S IV GS ( o } :
Greer a Steere wae Ber . had no more time for guessing od The horse of bronze are gal- equenaenaiee © . affei 0., | leather—clip fastening.
be heard but the crunching of the peeies. Ee a the last oer W@ loning to victory!” Then her hea |
co ata os , removed, and we were about to ¢.1) back. She was dead ‘ .
ry ee aie lower Sonia into the ancient room, ‘ % eee i he W eather ' The Slacks
Seiten. camp. war oeaas upon a Wwe heard the sound of aircraft Ne left Sonia with the hor iH t ‘
human being half-buried in the @ngines. A plane was swooping © bronze. entombed for ever. We YESTERDAY | by Rice’ s in tail-
' drift. fae, on us like a vulture—and it car- had just finished the lest cf our Rainiall trom Codr: .gten: il |
1 CALLED OUT ied swastika markings provisions when a Russian para- nil. | ored Gabardine.
ALLE eles pci ate kee i, tre >per ee tate A, ere a Month to | Pr. Wm. Henry Street Phone 2787
Sonia was dying ¢ world became a phantasma- eal thd Been ken’ ie cot ee . |
“Why, /it's a woman!” I ex- goria of noise and flying frag a et hath - iain Heeoleds Sor Cente’ belies ott Woollen Hose by
claimed, in credulously, “Sonia ments, With Sonia in my arms ! 4,4 very day one of their bom*s ate . } Morley—short,
Vatsova!” as flung into the stable of the yaq caused the bronze horses to Barometer (9 am.) 29.977 ;
Wentworth put his flask to her bronze horses. Fev a) wibve , (11 a.m.) 29.968. . MAFFEI & CO. 'TD. EXTENDS HEARTY “elastic tops.
mouth ‘ After an. eternity I heard Graz- NEXT SUNDAY TO-DAY
“The Germans,” she croaked. ;»y’s voice and saw the beam ot er een SF
“Hitler has violated our ot hs torch. I called shakily: “Graz- Harry lim»: tells you of the ;d- ee eae oo CONGRATULATIONS TO | Cc. B. Rice
3ut, Sonia,” I said. “Why are jov! Sonia’s been hurt. Help me werture that made a crook into an | ay ete ae er Fe | ‘
you here? You didn't come to tell with her.” I knew she was dying, honest man-—and HE was the mim Moon: Last Quarter, March | LODGE SCHOOL Mi i
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Shotted Shantung, 36 ins.

_ Domestic, good quality @ wide @ $1.56 per yd.

40c, per yd.
























and Blue @ 90 ¢. per yd.

White Oaininte 36 ins, wide
@ 48c., 54c., 600c., & 720.
per yd.

Fugi in White, Pink, Peach

& Lemon @ 60c. & Tée.
per yd.
Catton Grey Plaid 36 ins.

wide @ 48c. per yd.

‘Beautiful American Prints
@ 60c. per yd.

Shirting & Pyjama Stripes
@ 84c. per yd.

Indian Head in Pink, Peach,

Green & Blue, 36 ins,
wide @ 72c. per yd.
Linen in popular’ shades

suitable for servants’ uni-
forms ete. @ 6c. yd.

Seersucker, beautiful pat-
terns: @ $1.00 per yd.

High giehe plain aoloured

Seersucker, 36 ins. wide
@ $1.20 per yd.
American Chambray in

plain colours and stripes,
36 ins, wide @'79c. per yd.

American Remnants—a fine
assoftment of these in
several qualities, Fabrics
and designs @ only $1.00
per yd.

Gorgeous Egyptian Cotton
in beautiful Plaids 36 ins.
wide @ $1.20 per yd.

Genuine quality Bed Tick
in attractive patterns, 56
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Linen in just the shades re-

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wide @ $1.09 per yard.



Tapestry in colours that
will match any colour
scheme in your home —
56 ins. wide @ $2.00, $2.20
$2.86 & $3.21 yd.

Curtain Nets & Laces—now
is your chance to beautify
your home for _ Easter,
prices cut half --now
54c., 78c., 96c. per
yd.

in
84c., &

Oilcloth, — beautiful pat-
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Samba — An Italian Spun
beautifully designed, 36
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Miami Spun in lovely shades
excellent for making Uni-
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Brocaded Satin in Pink,
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Plain Satin in several pop-
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@at 84c. per yd.

Jersey Silk in Lilac, Mauve,
Gold, Blue, Pink, Black,
Navy & White 52. ins,
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Crepe-de-chine, 36 ins. wide
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~~ wonderful Sea Island.

Our prices are the best in
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OLTRA MODERN

Thanks to the Japanese we
con offer Silk at 72c., 84c.,
& $1. 00 per yd.
Ladies’ ‘Handbags ‘te White
& Colours from $1.60 to
$5.00 each.

Gents’ Suitings — Genuine
English Tropicals from
$4.00 to $7.00 per yd.

Garbardine 56 ins. wide @
$5.00 per yd.

Worsted in pin stripes 56
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$11.80 per yd.

Khaki Drill & Tussore @
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Black Tron Bedsteads, —
4 ft. 6 ins. @ $28.00 each

Ties of
from 84c.

all descriptions
each te.

Gents’ Felt Hats from $3.00
to $8.00 each.

Gents’ SUMMER STRAWS
(Hats) from $2.62 each
up.

White Sharkskin,
wide @

36 ins.
$1.99 per yd.

Flowered Mecca Spun, 36
ins. wide at $1.00 per yd.



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Bentwood Chairs,
each, 2 for $10.60.

Ultra Modern Sewing Ma-
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$5.70

Rayon Scarves in attractive
designs 30 ins. x 30 ins.
from $2.40 up.

Bordered Spun with Tropi-
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@ $1.20 per y v4.

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Blankets from $3.00 0 each up

Good Turkish h Bath ‘Towels
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Ladies’ half-slips, Panties &
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SUNDAY, MARCH 23. 1M! Sl-Xn VY ADVOCATE " PACK THIRTEEN THE sumi niitnxnos LOVES IT PAYS YOU TO DEAL HERE SPECIAL offers to all Cash i H miliilili.il our Hi in. %  N I ... ilsi.l. %|M*i|{llC*lMt II mill N.ill Slin I Usually Now Tin-. PlWOWd CkHM <3-lh) 4.10 3.8 ^3 —12-110 .41* I" v Jar,,n v '*•"' Crarkrr* .49 .3R I..-U il \>is tate.hM (Cnlil Btenf*) Wholr or 'a 1.44 D. V. SCOTT & Co. Ltd. Broad Street i il i; C i. o \ \ \ %  : a il <> C % %  : ii %  %  %  : s BRINGING UP FATHER #" BY GEORGE MC. MANUS %  %  %  %  ON IN TMr' RIP KIRBY BY ALEX RAYMOND GUINMESS STOUT FOR STRENGTH THE PHANTOM BY LEE FALK & RAY MOORES '"•"vJ&ZZp. C. F. HARRISON & CO.


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SI NDAY. MARCH 23, 1M1 ••I MlAV MIYOCATE CHURCH SERVICES ... IV TM u Mi ft wn i • "i Law lfaa.. • M m |£M M— •.. %  ••"i Vaap*-. is %  Ba7 3n n m Bolanwi BXrf>aonc fr Pr-awr. rVrtifonf ft " !" i rtiM* rrwirtu-fc I'HIOAV MTU % %  "'•"' %  Cna* Hula? j m .. % %  na ami Mliil,c-i Sunday March Brd I*,n 4 • • m lion (-mmuniM, Sam. Choral Buchartat. Ham Matina u Ban !" *. J ft m luMv Brlmol. t p m """ and tomoo ton on TMeadar Brd rrta> on TO irvfn*. il ST hWI 7 X m Holy CftnuiMirvMn. • II a.m. Iit.r %li ir %  vrtiuwic and Ifimon. Tna R*v II A Mrlv.U* Tiwada* 7 Jft p m opan Air pftrrtM hymn. ** IKftAatatm i HI Kill in QOt HIVI K M>AI> II III .r ,1 . S.I.... Ham arfkt, I to n m Sarvwr Slav L * % % % % %  • P"*r-m-OiarBt HANK lta I. m ftM^Mwri. B ^. %  J rr T& IIS •" s*eva. I -• I""*" **f"l. >• ft !" fewa* It*. I a rrrr* %  tN^r ii IMMJI A >J :..D''I(|IAMS || %  %  c A Nun* _ %  %  <' tft Chat tit SALVATION ARM' WaUJKOTOM ftTfUBFT I' •• n Hcllnaa. Mr-f (tun* •i..i 1-.. Saa ; V.lv.ll,,, 1 C UndftrhiJi. GOVERN MENT NOTICES \ | %  IMaloon on the Permanent staff of UM Barbado* Regiment Th, BBBBTJ will be 5840 x 48 1.080. sul.ject to CBMB* '.too at the %  1 U i* intaM the post should be pensionable Applicant* -hould have ten to tiftet-ii years experi'nee in w %  • %  jn-port work and muti be %  practising motor n eehanic. Previous experience .-i instructing and previous service In Hit Ai-r. will uJII .idvautafe Th.' Jt,~ larvaM and departmental pic lm< Wtntin gppU .iiul educational certificates will be itt O BBa' by th, Colonial Wan il Seer,taxy's Ofl.ce. Bridgetown, up to 1 21 | ODEX THE FAMILY SOAP .IVaUen Thu. 7 30 P I Opta. Air. ftida* rf th* Croc* and %  II I'M JAMES BTWST tl am. ay j a p ii ft*. T J FWVe> WMITt MAIJV-tSS a m R*. J Boult !" 7pm M, .. H-iprr UILI. MFMORiAl. II %  (ft, .1 A t..imth. 7 ,, m Mr V B - Jolft. HOIlnOWN%  X a m Mr 1) Stnll 7 P m Mr P Uft- HANK MAi-L• .. .., f*, • *<• J t 0ia %  Hi • in tiiiii. O roavs ""'" 7 30 ft m amiM Wrltome I Mr. T J miay Mb !• Drar*, 1MI.K1IT1I il '. %  %  i i %  % % %  bb > % %  m .'IsTKICT %  a mi I_iim. T %  „ v, |, oubn VAUXMA1L rhom*,. T p m M ntaOVBOl %  A 1. Ma< M"MS -.KM, v KOEBIXK .-TIUtTT B^ E I Na. 7 pm. Kvnm, San lev P-rarlw, ; H r g. E Kr OHACE Hll.l Mormnt B l W K ft Praarhaf Mr O. B. !-,-. 7 p,n BWmlna S^.v. !" .. |). pvuaxcK .." % %  '" "ioinini Serylcv. I'lrachrr I } MiiNTdOMgRV 7 pi.i RvftiMM MN Mr. D Ciilpeppar DCNSCOMBr M^ w" Bwftr""" WVI PtMrtW aaKa* HILL 7 |n Fvr"ln Sf-rvic PtMcrH>r Mr $ Arthur BAPTI-I Evanaon' and S*rmiir. prvachrr t boifc "H.. J H Oranl L TOJ. i>r.r Spacial Ionian prayrnwiUbruid IBpm M<> Wad FH % %  > ilrj thi. .ill IMtonduclafl r>v In* Ra* |, BriM-<-UrBa Af-l-lnfft "^ Mm — — Company Wptttnr *PW!tTT*.iW V Pr-rhar •%-. CapiaiR .Kop KSL""^.. .. '"""" %  "s|K" a cvaLura MAu. 1 te.wn.nt Brui Mfc COBNBh II a n> riftUnaaa Mtmft lorn £32' %  """ T m %  ^vatSii Pltftilwr <-.;,,.. ,; I>iAMuM) I rZJ" •"'""M.-ii.,-. j „, IIMU,' %  >••" 7 p.,, gftkajja. "" T iaanM MtBBarai. Contrrt Postponed Rocks are asked lo note that the %  penal requc-t programme which was cancelled owing to the inclement weather on Friday last, will now lake placon Tucsdav DtXt, SStfa Mjrch. This concert will be held in addition to tne usual Friday night programme on Ihc 28th and the patrona are Reminded that requeatfor special item, should reach St. (?ecif| u Barracks not later than Wedne.da>. the 21h PUtorL IMII'KM IBUMMBH FOR I-ONIMIV Mls-.|\(.,K~ \SI PORURN m mi ran ovnci ONVRTMIM T*ndeT^ an 1 UM m.jnufacture of Uniform Troute: for Postmen. Messengers and Pert ivpartmer j during the linancui year ending 3't Marvh 11*53 Full partlculara may be obtained from the Colonial Pottmaster Tenders in % % %  led raaeMffeM. addressed hi I IBBMIBI ,and marked "Tender for the mat irfactvra ol Troirt (Pott Offlce> should reach the ColM UaJ bar than 12 noon on 2r. ; April. 152 INIFORM -INK l tOK POSTMEN', MESSENGERS AND FOSTERS OE THE POST OFFICE DEPARTMENT Tender* are invited far the manufacture ol Uniform SI Postmen, Mesa ngt Ing the tinancial ycur ending 3ls1 Marab. 1053 Full particulars ma> be obtained from the Colonial Postmaster. Tender> LB .Sealed HMM !')(x-s uddresscd to the (olonl.il Se not later than 12 noon on aaa April. 1952. 2S I BSrT^*^ ^? O tMres body sw O Gets sltln rtilfy clean O Banishes perspiration odor swMt and dainty ladMi ROVAL COL i NG 96% METALLIC S AC RUST 'PROOF COATINGS • %  DID OFUNDIKG -USt OPII \ IV IIST •KKIVKO: SPll t I TS MIX. I> BIRD SEED IW.RV SEED AQl'ARirM IS|| MK>D rlBBK A LOVELY ASSORTMENT OF %  BAHTBM -VvVrVS COME IN — aOI'R DRl'G STORE — 1111 < OSMOIMM II W ott Broad SI. In PR \VM II > S1REET Ju*l a few arrU I'bone: 4441 r. A CLARRE %  HARDWARE lllc Kt I r '.'*V.*.'-'.'-'.'.*.•----. • PHO.S'E 40IO ST. Milt BEACH BUNGALOWS FOR SALE TWELVE attractiw wooden bunsal.w*. with about one acre of land each, on the Vigie Peninsula. St. Lucia, in close proximity to Vigie Airport and bathirg beach at miles from Castries) are being offered for sale in situ at reasonable prices ranging 1 Irom $5,000 to 17,000 (B W.[.). fully furnished or unfurnished. Electricity and wafer are laid on. 2. A substantial former Military brick building in the saWe locality U also being offered for sale at a price ol $26 000 (B.W.I ) S. No reasonable offers will be Ml 4. Inquiries and applications should be made to the Gtrtreri.ment Agent, for the Sale of Vigio Peninsula, Office of the ICommi'sloncr for Reeonstructlon, Cn-trle*. St l.ucli, B.W.M 28th February. 1952 9 3 52.—4n tonsls are insured with tln'in thi 1 three oaaKn0\ci .i quailfr u[ a n.it.Kin n tlM ROYAL IMCRUM .1 Datal t ut K :— AliMttitle security: rlqultable claims "eitlement; A real understanding ol the need* of the motorinu community. Allow u In issue you wilh A MOTOR INSURANCE POLICY thai will place ROYAL, service at YOUR service For information and rates, apply to — DA COSTA & CO.. LTD.-AGENTS *v*#ov'*vyv> #v*vv#'#fl*e*# GINIIAl ENGINE KOOM SltH.ES including:— BELTING, in I ... 11>. %  Camel llalr. and Can\w>-Mitched BELT FASTENERS. OIL CANS. PRESKI'RE CiAUClES OALVANIKD A STEAM PIPE A FITTINGS i II l I i: CLOTH. — WHITE COTTON TWILL SI'.M.U.OII) and KITO-MASTIC (for Boiler Walls) ENGINE. CVLINPER & MOTOR OILS and GREASES [SKI h While stocks ohoosd MGH raoorda, not 1": ao you van' /rtV.r/AMV. A. BARNES & CO.. LTD. : %  M JACK m>ii\i ii MIXED FRl II Fbr VAKE& A I'l lUHM.s. SHANTOKA FESTIVAL SILK PYJAMA STRIPES PLAIN SEERSLXKER SPUNS M" Wide fu Sl.j'i W Wide 2.23 36" WHa 3B" Wide Ii .78 3t" Wide %  SI.03 & .M WHITE COTTON SHEETING ••" Wide ' 2J 70" Wide a> 2.12 ... 5" Wide iff 1.73 SLI'MBIRTVME PYJAMAS # 5.77 Sn Remember ! Before Buying. Visit . GEORGE SAHELY & Co. 19 Swan Street FOR BEST VALUES AND EFFICIENT SERVICE 'Mil!'.! i iailon %  %  %  COCKADE f COCKADi FINE RUM PESLSTIEN HEEU IT-Hl-STIEN' BEER PERLSTIRN' I1EEH DWKHAIIfW LIRBFR/i IS l.IEBFRAUMUJ'M TR1MBACH MAtlT RIMN'K WINE HATEAP LA TOUR IH.\M HI ii UTERNE per hot. PQU1.ET PEHE ft FILS BEACJOLAIS p LQVJS RENARO CIIATE.M' NUF l PA1 B L0VIS ESCHENAUER ORAVES per t.-.ttl*HUlMLANTi QXJKr.S WHISKY pei b LitTLJSMOOn SCOTCH WHISKY pei %  (.onooN's OIN i*" 1 l >• ,1 i.ORDON'S '.IN li ByRNETTS OTN i" DRAMBUIE per UHtlr COINTRKAU per bottle DJD.M. BENEDICTINE per Ixitlle (ipAND MAHNIER-CORLXJN JEAUNK per Imttle ('IIFHRY HEERIN0 IT bottle YELLOW CMARTEI.'SE per bottle 20 I.Mi 4.31 3."8 2.01 i 3d :i sr296 1 3.60 1 T8 L841 2 7S H.50 i; OB 8 M 7.50 For U BVERITE H ASHKSTOS CBMBNT KKKMNG, & RIDGE CAPS THE BARBADOS FOUNDRY LTD. While Park Rnail. STA.XSFEI.lt S0OTTA 10. I,TI. Broad Street and Greysfone, Hastings FcrroS COMPOUND BUN FLOUR I \ D—Bot. BLANC M N CHOCOMI I BRISKET Ml. THIN HAM !l M I : SH v %  SUC1 n M'i-i i QRAPES n 11 i i STRAWMKHIill S LACK ic.KN—Tin • OX TONGI ES HAKEI) Rl v. COCKTAll lid I Dl \ ,. a ii t: t il. I'l.llhl.ys A CO.. LTD. Roebuck Street 02 FEKKOI. COMPOUND ;: I (Total family minedv for the I* r.iU|>h thai yon can't ^hake off ) FERROL COMPOUND The Tonir Coillfh MKllire lhal htillds .i il heals l "^ ^ff /|,| ''^y /w/// r r : ^ Visit the beauty spot o/ the island SPECIAL OFFERS (To All Cash CUSTOMERS) From Monday 24th March-to-Saturday 29th March USUALLY BnaaV . 94j 7 a fie*tU-*u£ Ma faQU . MAGI in: \l l\4. 4)11 li-. n -. i holth: ... bruises it,..,;.( for Hi .-.I i NEVIS Bl : III II M >'-i HKAUI G OIL .".•"•.• .-.•.-.-.•%  ... .-.-.•• -.-. %  .-. ... .. %  ...., ;• %  .';'-.'.'.'.,, ] ENAMELLED PUDDING BASINS 18 cm. 64c. do. 16 cm. 50c. PRESSURE COOKERS $22.50 ELECTRIC IRONS $5.00 56c. Nett 40c. Neit $20.00 Nell $4.00 Nett BARBADOS HARDWARE CO.. LTD. No. 16 Swan Sheet Phone 2109. 4406. 3534 i We have JII.I Rl a Shipim-iil ol DRINKING GLASSES t Plain or Patterned I I ii p %  p..in mil 11 j PLANTATIONS LTD. I



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SUNDAY, MARCH JJ, 1K2 BUNDA! U>VOCATf LEVDi THE LIVES OF HARRY LIME II.\ Hin I nn the nut fnm MUhr H. ",, %  M mtplmd inntitr i„ .hmhn$ Ik, i;,,t,ipo . d /,„,( *„„„IJ bf-t ,„ UM '•' %  i mmt man nu.' /i mm o Mrii itotmlmri all I %  • %  IIJTT.1 ;., m ii, cuU .1 UI ;• \l li\ l 1,1111.-1.ttiP \\W c^ wffiZBm YEASTVITE Bronze A#Je. Cum' Into Ihe r-de Lime." I was startled. -But that's imEVEBYONE is s^osundttett— trail of TKU, Mr. Lime" %  He i*"" 1 ^'" wme (or loo much sinning, some WU deadly serious. "It ana find %  %  * %  '"nook hia head. "Nothing (or too much loving, some for Ihem. we'll be stepping u..k In ls lm PM*bap. We are of the broken dreams or deeds undone. **•"* 10,000 yeara. . The Patient l, *" n,0 that IhU section of ihe I myself could recall quite a few Ghosts, we call them Tin*. M "HM '' Utc cr d e ' Eastern mournJul shades, if 1 would. e basis of one of our favourite vlllM 0 ' we can prove our But Ihe patient (host* I have in Intends." theory, we will come upon the mind at the moment are those that la "ie silence that followed a dl ** 0 very of the centuries!" haunted a nation Oddly enough. *uman s voii* tailed suddenly. And you think you can ecthe, were quite ml too. For I Colon* Graznov: Colonel Gia,compluu/^h.. ^ dffiiiJT 5ul thu ground must bofnin like lightig^ch lr -Exactly. Mr. Lime. That Is ttmm Intrude . Gruznov chuckled. "Intrusion 1 From the priuui ballerina of th* Ballet Ruiie?' saw them myaelf. no v / It aU began at the Ume of the Nazi—Russian treaty troubli ban dad I 11 treaty trouble. !*"*!*• and ho pushed his Hitler, among other things, had ba .?* a j|J;* "^ "Sonia taken a sinister fancy to the hide of one Harry Lime. I'd heard that a scientific expedition was jfotivg Into Siberia and, as one of the!) I do not wish to number, saw a chance of losing S?ZLi ?"" %  ? %  ". "* %  ** myself for m long time. The expe,? Kke l h t* ****' ^•"*" d,Uo„ leader. Sven JaggeTwaVTn ^,vS '"Ki^^S 8 ^ Stalingrad We met in a Russian Va ^ H.rr??!^" ***** afe. a. colourful a. a Petrouchk. %  ^ ^^Turince** f !" . ^^ a Russian fairy tale. She motioned < OI, owed were quite another "wlv i < u to sit down again. "I heard >*nr !" you were leaving to-morrow." she I ballet So you want to Join tlon, Mr Lime.he s ;isk whv hy we brought along so much special equipment. And strong %  orkers to use 1L" I grinned. "I'U be one of your workers. Tor once manual lab* *" our appeals to me—If It means keeping warm!" It was easy enough to talk that night.... But next day and the U-h.-vably difficult days that sintered my drink "Call itJ^J. 1 wanted to wish you Cod Graznov told me. "Sonia has a special Interest In our expedition, Comrade Lime. There ts a ballet based on the legend, Sonia, ol course, is the prima ballerina." I was seeking an escape from one danger when 1 joined the Siberian expedition and rorlositv I have always been ,> by all things scientific. Siberia—your destlno* *>i. | understand—is perhaps the • \,>"" niouonc.i towards nui % %  ; %  *•* %  •'* %  • "w uuu da m. K t,.,„w i -^ i • .ntea "Colonel Graznov. va.lab y happens. 1 fell mto greatL" ,h ^ *£*£ ^JT^JfSS? %  10 the secret police. PnL We left Stalingrad with '?^ '*" ron 5 0 A *T JfS? d1 *buciness to know" such the best equlpn Ihini Il.il have no fear. C->mwaitune_ regulat hrte. I'll be frank We do %  net man to act as an i w-r and make notes Jagger went on: "A word of warning. We are going Into North%  TII Siberia as far as the foot of fhUral Mountains — a region known as 'Ihe eternal Ice-box." The weather n rather worse than Jagger pitched bitter, A cruel wind blows most waste t OOSSlbli umlt nt. Just a few ,f us—Graznov, Jagger. Professor Msntworth (anotiiei Ainencanj. ... four burly Russians for handling closer to the dogs and the hear and myself. After days of heav.v aleUding against ley Siberian winds that %  ndurance to the utmost, lute that seemed to %  'he devil hlrrwlf: 1 u-uut if we should tlnd him ui there. Harry," said WentOrlh, dryly. "Still, we Way be discovery man we work, think, my friends. The great winds sweeping down from the I'ra s may have done much of our work for us." -till unconvinced. leal is not Intersilexpedition foi acttntlAC ]>urposes alone, Comrade." Gr.>/i.ov UUBTniptecL Russia is at the crossroads of survival. Just now. If we can tlnd a basis for the legend my people want to believe so much, it will accomplish miracles in our of the time. And when the wind t Helen unbioken to the edge of dies) then it becomes colder. WV lb* world. And that night, as call such climate 'the Terrible we sat around a crackling wood Frost."" Ore, I could hear the mournful I Ml I DIM 111 I i howl of a wolf. A woman called I OMNNKD I COUlJ>NT help shuddering Easy to talk kghtlj Not thai I'm not grateSOMEWHAT off-humour. Jagmorale ful for the journey, gentlemen," I ger said: "Perhaps we should And then It happened' As I "hul an expedition at this begin digging. Professor. That plunged ihe spade downwind*, it particular time and Into such would keep our blood in circulahit something that sounded and '. %  infvitig country—what ure you tlon." frit ,i M.ient from the uTOassn • %  eking?" "You said something about aatth Jigger cried < %  b lb J.iggping back into time 10,000 "Mr. Lime's spade has struck >were on the yKm n %  I began. WOOdl l^t us proceed caretulU tell ; W. naj have fouiui i;,.geilv c went U) work, and gi. (dually unbelievably—we uni %  black cavern. %  in' the Wi'iknien le' us it mrB Then we looked around by the light of Itntliii What t SOW tooh Bt] breath away. %  'Wrn .i MOM I ga*ped A Mtl Ol stable And. look those great shaggy beasts standing then', watching usl art the* In an .wed vi\„\ Jsggii frWig, IB m the Hi . saddled and bridstd," 1 pered. Ttiey're wailing lorua!"j Graznov said "Waiting — but not for us Comrade. Look Their ajraj are open. yes. but unseeing Their bodies glisten with ice" These horses were fr> stantaneously. Mr. Lime." Wrnlworth explained. "That is whj they appear alive, their eyes so, -Men |> tuiit. But they have been dead thousands of years Some sudden and fearful hliz/ird must have trapped them hank" Graznov asked But if such i a mighty blizzard trapped these I horses^—aaddled. ready to ride— why not their misters""" "Perhaps we shall nnd them 1 nearby QraSnov.' 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J br^raarru. v*rind-Ra. kivcnon. paiitry and orrMonrRN inn -' Vonwall built Btonr COaM wKA .udercd Ch Ch — Pronrh wmdowa loading lo wide roofed vorandaha. dining mom broaklaM room. ntl*d kitchen. 4 double badroama, l-Car private accaaa to good boocb, TtiU proportv which alao Include* r dour hod and readily aaloablo building plot I* oAcied at i : - or aaar onto ahich fBaara rrperarnla 0frarn*ly round valuo mondaUon. proporly |. •Boot paapii dlatrlrt. II Moally eKuated '* In ihB avar i>opulot imomoaa", whltot not Mil II i; Why not br Modorniaecl Whelhrr you are (utnilhinii a Home or kn Office Iho Modr-TB larnlpuf* Ca-aperBtlon can do iho job lo suit your taste nnd your pocket. So why not stop in and flw us your order, whether It's Muhogany. Hlrch. Pine. Fir ur DM I Your ordars arc promptly deal! with. *0 remember the pi.no . THE MODERN FURNITURE CO-OPERATION DEPOT Opa. M.I.ILane Tudor Slreel Iht Yillaqi IIHI hills LIMITED REAL ESTATE AGENTS FOR SALE •WHAT THEY SAY" S TUTION •.-i imbor at puailB taken in l-inu'i Mafhrwtaiir*. Oroob. EngS,-nl.h and It-Han II 1IIOYCE M A iLHtoni A I -at.ilb.e wot Oauker Poulbly UM OAJ o .-Ki'i'Uanuiod ring agree aha >v-i UNIVEBBITV COLLEOC OF THE WEST INDIES FXTKA Ml BAI. DavPAaTTaLINT A FKEE LECTURE THE BALLAD m TRADITION PBOFEBSOR A. K. CROSTON {PTOftaBOl Of EnillnU at thr O.0W.I.) BBITUII COUNCIL at 8.1& IMII MONDAY, Manh 34th. •5=-./' OFFIOI OBVtd l Pnnco Wllllatl H Maraholl aa, Tlir POHARY COO*. 4 ti r.tdenrr in upprr Dayrell. >ial ISTI "> > flail i.nd Boa FOR SALE -i i i i n i i. i ras Roo Tub nai f.it n r do t rjUoa Bough OLIVat BOUGH' iA*nNaa A t st. %  Bodro.%  hnul I3.0C It A--T ORIENTAL PALACE HEADQVARTERS FOR Mil VI MRS KKIMI IMUV f lll\ \ | I YI.ON THANI'S FT. Wm. Ilv HI DUI 3U6 INOB BeaBtde Aknnft Mone. 3 IV. Otjont Under Cl.loo nW.TABf3.lX A II Almnat Nr 1 rnmaahnr Tiled Bnlr. A ahnut IO.OT" at fi flMO NP.AP CrTY MM A Rra.rlrntiv.1 • I Almnal Haw 3 Brdr.!" forrod Can.rrtr H : iro a| n ItY rOftTABELLX. 1 Ilrdi<. Hu.ig.low ••! I Under (IB* AT HA!*Tim>fl> t wllh Ulh and hoi and cold watar. Pallor* Downrtalr. 3 Spar* Itaoaat. Kltcnrn. and Stiower %  '' %  land about luo yards I loach. minimi only. NSW Bt NO ALOW Hirer Brdroom>. ntnBl( anil IIVIIIC Booni. Kitrhan. TMlrl and largo tllod balh SlBBBng on aparuiimaloly I' oan aquaro fret of land Rltuale al Blue W.trra. and approa matob SBt yarda from thr lamoua Rucklov ll.a.ti Thla Bunitalnw bar novar brrri lived in. V.-f %  U PARAGON *. Ci.irpniiii (our li|. Thursday, 27th March •i n s. Wr aro motructo* ap Mr Tonirav, wao II leaving the BOar \, ., diopowof Mo Purntrorail U"ePra a. HMOd aotoar Viewing morning rd oa*o im.'. Mah Rouod and "0o.ro liming Tab!*Mob Or* Table*. M.h rVok.-aaoa. Mah Ward-obeMah OhoM of Dtiwrr*. Ma*. Dr*"ing Tabl* Bad St.-.l. M->i hidobaard CapaM -V S". Brrc'v Tabkaa, TaaM T.„ TabKltrbara Tal.loa 4 Bmglr IK da and iprtna^naBg Mattreaar.. CM'frOn*. WardM.br.. Ui-*n CBB4nel ToOle l.-r. Btool nook • It, child. Doafc • i:%  • ,i **i" Macjtlnr. L-rdrr. I^irtablo Oramo. pbaeia, Vei.ettan Rlmd. Habv • High CPlBlr oraS Cot. Cwaaolraoi.. -STLatfa?jG^S: Imna. rani. Ear* Wove GRC Helrtgorator. OEC 10 valve Radio Oil HtavoB. Ropralor II gaugr Wmrhrotrr Gun •.. ll*w>. 4-10 Doukl* Barirl si,.,t Uua, B Baonlngtor. Rift, Mi* Book.. Taola. China. Olaanarr Kitchen R>|uaa>-.n4 and I 14 tote n.t AUCnONKKRS JOBIBM hi m HlBB-aH ir 4 •. A F 8 F \ Sxclusioe Shopping Centre • • • *k DECORATION HOUSE: MtttjfM^Htm. y. DE LIMA & CO: China. Jewellery, Glfti. ADVOCATE CO.: Book Sfcop, Stottoliery. (Will!. SHOP: Carved Mahogany, Nalive Barbadian Wares, Indian Bad and Belt-. GKEYMOM GALLERIES: C^anaWlaly new Technlejue, designs and Finlahaai in Barbados Pottery. STANKFELD SCOTT & CO: WIIKM, Spirits and Groceries. THE ENGLISH SHOP: Materials blocked by hand. Skirts, Shirts, Shorts. •tout ISM a. la *on-*ruo Ml Bella anJ watt %  ray hovaar alluatalto of HMD ag. It. Contalni 3 goiurloa (I encloaodi, largr draa-Mg room. rlud*. modarn kitchen. S badaoama. garago o%*. Low fagtir* a cc ruled for quick Ml*, owner going %  broad. WINnv all l Ranao i vom Rill. CB Ch Mndi-m built btmaalOK S bldPoama. lounge. kflchan. g.raga, sarvawM' qiutrtata, waUad and neadm* on S.000 ag H laad. In goad area with unobitructod rM*. Any raaao n aBrt aaTor Rl'MOALOW. Mnwoll Coast A wrll built bungalow wHh bodroomB. largo living root krarhrn. garaga. Borvants' A pl>B.an.ly Inraled p •alt M a vary BKTTINA etc. LTD: Gowns, Lingerie, GUIs, CLUB POINC1ANA: Guest Rooms. Bar, Restauraat. RRENDA BEAUTY SALON: Ladies Hairdressing, Beuuty treatment. noral Qap. (Hastings. rated iiroportT far cor-aotitrvo Sgarr RENTALS ATTRACTIVr PIRNISOtD llOt SB-Near Yacht Club, available Junr to Doc Hnrlualvoi. StOllERN i i I'M. III i. BOISE. RISIDIXCa, 3 Mile Ilill-Meau. tlfully furnlahrd. aalmming pool. Cloaa la town, eaccilant olarT Availabar to approved tonanta RlnBOATE — Unfumlabed flat ATTRACTIVE I i if s i n i n BSAMDE PROPERTY. PavnM Bay Available lo approved Mnai.u from May M Baa. Phone 4640 PlanUtioni Building ^^ ---A itrOTs rTry — more tons, the world over, are ^oH-.* 11 ^ ^ hauled on ItoHlyear giant tires ^^-^ than on any other make 1 11 I'CK opralor k..w lh.t — protide a,b tamA f—fc>tmGootl.car giaol lire, giro oce of *my work tii. G Ue t..n ...t ua^lavfMtoHlaaraaa brt — BB COOO.MT giuM lira! M~ -i ._ mmrk I Grim-II. Mil* If /".THE CITi (;ARAGE TRADING CO., LTD. VICTORIA STREET i i



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PAGF TI I M SUNDAY ADVOCATE Sl'NDAV. MARCH 23. 152 THE AMERICAN RAPHAEL IIS \*.l. < oiiiull 1 MM -I .'. '' l by l|H > %  L PUg i„ i I here, Which I ..'.id. The painltiitf form' Ihe ut.-. . totMblr. tne alUr surrounded PreM'ient of I I* tne reason for Dy good, although er oi .ueMri r E*tale PI peem. bet *MJ to ... Ree*>r i niicli, H is generally agreed m \\ %  ••.•.Mhtng new & George* Churrh. Tin pletuM thai uii I.-rue nakifi ". %  vmrk of young colonial n dated I7M; but He wu Barbados, or wh> ii %  late. A workman la uld to u,,. n„. windows >."her. the eajual of Ri mw :.i. t The Natlrlt) %  k.ngelo and Raphael: that nrtrt.ilried. and he noticed that lh tenturion W ith Children." i I fisetlly thai M L state"Whf i thi Nnt 82 in 1820, and was RMU reetMn" lit *M* Tl it% OollertlofK Fun.. r %  ln>. Win Is chiefly rernem .t foi 'he Tate i.ailci %  nis lin* ,-. Shaking oft the Viptu" by si... tang". The neow. • (or 10 guineas So swings i MM IN* MI la. ical style, whieti had MttV.inpendulum of taste ."." g iht IUI stay at ju-igment of posteriiy. UM-I.'I Itraeted much ..rienti".. _*'j •tad*', rtc showed hia glinting in <>ut*ine the Chancel of Si w ken ~ inaa>- Parish Church on the| *•"";' ii thinhanh' %  eon .if ".'! %  2^L.-.itlon'' by Sir IVUr Paul | %  ,..,' %  %  %  . n. ru (1577-1640). The urtgih. lound UMO i hangi In Ihe Cathedral of art e ars %  judgment of the poaNotra Dame. Antwerp, and la one flights of imaglnaof Kubens mo*t celebrated paint' '— his realistic Inn The St George's copy la.tauow. rindnr The Truth in Your Horoscope r ST0P COLDS^ Phensic rived dead in Barbados Mr. c and Mr. Thomas Kdghly for-Wten his roahstic Ings The t^j.ffijiL comaaon feature ol a well % %  ,. n tB .<* ^.' %  mous ******* P" ^^ lhe .P^ nl >.? a,l ^ d •££*.. gi ihe ie<| portrai(hat the l subject appear to follow the %  i. and, his historic paintin placet one of which, most un,,,„, "'..., u ing* arc stamped with the new fortunately, has occurred under h v ..UUI^M "'.' trend of hmorteal realism, lllth:hc signature of the copyist. The I •**•* P^W* .iin foe the most pan. dead first letter of ihe signature %  ..I the suffering* of l H %  : I • %  %  :' %  .• %  edge. There is no support of any i and lAne Tumble in bei now, i fpli-ted in Roil The Death pfaal w %  UHi I ..early vls-,^ le. then occurs the flake—with' im n ih*i Talx** umably another capital and : aW t BnlM, „id,er tmee letters mining, the last M !" "SJrtOBl nan In < ontemporary unlthree letters of trta ignature are lhw tf y or.. form, and boots. Aft found he"aby". So far, Ihe copyist's name %  .v in everyday life. has not been traced. HU work. I flrt class painthowever, is not of the highest %  .is too much of an 'Instandard. Th*nmle figure* assist%  egi eptkMi <>i II< %  raealta th-m B. hind ( hrl Hgtit arm is the %  .if whose garmatrl i ilimensioii. which i ...i tinlornb portion ol Itaa lory, tin' h is uiUuloroatinj and lli In the Gospel stories, mil., with Mr Prcre so that Die. The Risen Christ has no halo, Fu£ was pu away in an ou house Jb. paimUig was NDt bOB .., irom ,tThe iJmtr iat'ite" Mr Rmck'' *• repaired," tout., ii WrlSIoflhr Year^IntkiU, but when It PMCh. L^ (Ikn h i ; gland, West was dead and no wM SeaW Ye.r..iod rrc., %  *mmg jf £, ^ dW -^Ii0 I tiurihis ss ii e RKTOS ss". 5^5^ Carter ma, have been dead. b. •^.fi^SLS" JTS died In 17M after being Hector ol 9t Oeotge for half a century. : himind outstripi n g at the Deposition are better talents His form?, are drawn and painted than the Ibly :.ui -ii ••Mfff states b *,> *. u "!"'_ *,? ,ntel for A*rc***l Wf*. •>*t but '"< I Fnsuforasr' Jar.* %  %  %  %  $ %  %  ''" %  %  '"1 >*c inwr—llna liaaB* *• W but lack vitality, and his mourning women. Where tin* flei dull. During hrp:ilnt has flaked revealing tin* palnUnga f.tche.1 mcUl, . eliunay attempt has been Ifoaag mi Mount made to crwer up the metajjje Slnol" (now U the Royal fotirt shine by ihe application of what lonj In 1180 ros appears to he hlnrk enamel. This | HI f 1.280, and It Is sain ,-hould be removed, and the: Veeirj nf St Ooorgv minting properlv restortfl. for it I Ottered 12,000 for 'The t of undoubted Interesl HHMHf •> IM ,n*rk.l %  >( hit •UlenwltU BOut ? !" —~ 'Z", %  crtpFEEToNiHinTOtS! Till" "ONF KVi:iV crN'TfRIDS of Benlamkn West* paintin K "The Resurrection" und the room wher PHENS1C tablets clear the head and dispel tightness %  ad pain behind the eves. They bring down high t em per a ture, relieve stuffy, congested feelings, at the tame time toothing the nerves and uniflffueling depression. The achrt and paint of'FUi disappear in no timo. PHfiNSIC tablets act quickly and safety. They neither harm the heart nor upset the stomach. Keep %  ^^^^^ tupply of PHENSIC tablets by you always. Phenstc TWO TABLETS BRING 9UICK RUtEF FROM RHEUMATIC PAINS. LUMBAGO, BEBW PAINS, I HEADACHES, NEURALGIA. INFLUENZA. COLBB A OHILISV HPECIAL PKTOKIAI. 1 iMiiuN or %  I I M Ii U Will all those customers who booked this edition please call in for their copies. JOHNSON'S STATIONERY. n ith t ownver, II ,. 1 invas is ilbm %  %  log is signed at the bottom right hand con "Till: RMURIIKCTIOV feff Benjamin Heat ll.lf.4 Ilailio \U s I'cderation In The West Indies Wednesday. 2(ith March Wc have given you wrong i.-tponed but is now closing with 1 talk on Jamaica by E. W. E been mended, mver bean hfw*v*a, kl UTMI B^. C"ta ** %  • dead >o wothe donor, for Mr. FYcre died in 1792, aged M. The Bv. Carter was succeeded by the Rev. A. K. Thomas, who was Rector of St. deorgr 1T8lgfJ2, not Mr. Thomas Keighley as staled by Mr. Slnrk'e, •The Resurrection" 1 %  Benjamin West, London I7W". That la the mm total ut the painting written history. On the other hand, if this painting was commuwioned by Prere, who waa rasident 111 England, It la reasonable to supposo that, allowing for delays of packing and shipping, it reached Barbados by 17tf. when Ftere and Rev. Carter ar both nllvo. If. however, rrete commissioned the "purchase" and not the painting of this picture, it may be that West painted the picture in 1786, and It waa sold a few years later reaching ll.1rb.1dOB after Frvrc's death. Thuf. Wesl L/mdoti fotmatlon of the current lederaC.M.G.. formerly of the Coloma. in the BBC's "Calling Service and now of BrlatOl bo pennsylx ania let us make ; defer weeks that we fear ou -%  aders will no longer believe u: m|n ... m t indies" SpringAeld, Quaker Parents in ItM %  \ik* Copley. "' West migrai.-i t.. Europe to paint KLrhar* pirturej", A %  ettlld ..tiitinn.iii:. Nppoaod to havg been Uught lo use colours by often in Ihe University. Tlis broadcast slart7.15 p.m. on Wednesday. Mlb it and can be found tn Nkg M id 31 metre bands. the •itti fe tg naai account Mb of His Mi 1'ionghl it v.i.uld be set back Iteview of Derek Waicott!. Muoyme VITAL aw OFHCMTH ,t" at"dMlo.Urtonthoi.h M.rch but hc U l. pc,n b, D.rk W. I OK> MORSES '"' '", ti^ this tnlumn IS written some ,rf st I iirla rtltri now .' lc. I 1B^^B*^ ^ Following on last Sunday 1 review of Samuel Selvon's new book eofc and then the BBC advised Hie BBC's "Caribbean Voices" will that it would start ou the gOtfa present another review on SunOay. \ He was lnviul lUch wai PRsre's executors, but, it seem* left eye. In 192?. West., paint|o be erected for aha! rather unlikely that ihe picture mg was reframed in legal He played %  leading part did not reach this island unlN in.iliogniiy when the after the Rev. Carter's death in rafviUabed and l1P8This would mean n delay Ml slalned-glnss windows presen lowing this review there will be ,. billed In London >. ront w,lh p, lrlllUnM u,,^ wi ;| hr miklMd Kin Coorkf III lim Itn ua iho Brmah Won IridlM. Ly .,„„!),, due 0 i,„ heard In'.' 1802. Weal reUlned the Kins'. Thli oloamc programme will W „,,. projumme Arthur Caldei ritendahlp In apUe "t the 0* on the 2th in*t„ Matdcat ol 1. iicn. .nil ("i On-Knn; inpunt' I iea" from London. Tltr brontl•TaiHll)—II Voices" will begin it %  Mgfna al npproximntoly 7.35 ; 1S p .,„. „,, Sunday, 2Jrd tail. I, .. loUowlnl on Ihe talk which Wa riMMhl | KZS^Z&fUrBS £& I Among the programme, origin| iaOa 1 Dt. KmTttm^fgjf. I gfU A I rautKo MiseoY | 'OR ovta | SO rtAM | 'BEWAREorwoRMSi j PYRAMID HANDKERCHIEFS In white and colours lor men and women A TOOTAL PRODUCT to prnUwtM "i" 1 IOOTAL ni (asmtrn the .. f.ii "iiatiiin ni the Royal H addition•"" l '"' iwieceeded Rtymolda it I'Ideal 17B3 Wesl died at _, .. ally scheduled to be bmai HUH iHi Jamaiea February and postponed because |'li. lallti eric-in lour c.ilnnies 0 f die death of King George VI is the II.W.I. which precedes tin ,,. ndaptmion of DouCl.i, Rjrtc*l eraUoa discussion i.as also been book. I Believed.' Glands Restored to Youthful Vigour In 24 Hours Scientist Explains How New Discovery Makes Men Feel Years Younger A superb pen! This new PARKER • IttTI I. %  %  .!... % %  1 n.r.KHn. auli esrsx a lB!Ld> II. T' •>*i>'. e"'0"'' *Tt8*JSitiin taiai aMjit ^*2**y l T ilS^W-5 ,M • ^' •••'*U.. U' %  •r pUI toim Tlvli di.-o.nv ''l"l V. T>W. '• %  l '-"> •'"' %  ''"' ""* MS'UJ %  %  lh jluiel U*e. e*Viv *IUin 14 houii Tiiii %  '•' oiKirT • %  *^^sa5^Sir*pa •''' %  •MIlkS*r UII aKOMT %  •' TOSle <"ls uc*..' %  • iin in ir. (l a n4> %  l^Aaaffsnatti >.'s ff VI'TUI %  %  • I nvtd.tii >nd %  flnilMf IBIMi ii-.lntfnt ol >it mail Bints ami inrat%  Iiallibl It* tjUr^i. •-!] IHJ. l-l^l IB W .1 iMi and I.I!,I. la I r Feel Resuht In 1 Day I *>* Vi-Tsti r. •cltniUVtUr ( %  —. %  •ktatte • M dif*ll. %  *• %  ll.. (Itudi ..,* lUllr.IH.lll. Ite MM (I'd I*' Lout. IMff. U Da lens • lit ins > %  ( •Mi-h had alesat si*f-ft £•.- i^eas. wa. " Kesolts Ceoronteed %  n lall t-*tl 11— I i-i.nr n.itii.. _.. -t*. olif fle.lf Ihrlr I IBM s tugarint ai' %  <> •> pBiiaaeJ laSSMgasesi .*^ij.iT"ti.d n m I'.T-.-. %  ' tli tS I 4>f .UB*tll %  %  '. sw MB ASTHMA MUCUS -W0N0FR WHEELS N Iloosened Firs. D^v lo.. i In .tui.i,inr ...< %  %  |.\.'. Thia J 1 r • i, M .h ih. %  i %  %  %  i r-hifis The story of the name —— %  eviMBii aa ..'. the onl\ pen unh the Aero nwirn Ink Sjsum r utao Mr us graoefuJ line*, and pcrformanoe. the %  wv I'arkci Jl,' wiih n entirely different i>pc of ink %y>iem. ha\ ouldistanced evet} Othai i*en made. A wholly new. scienuftc iiKthod of drawing in, storing, rduuj und releasing ink. it's cetfad th^Uro^MlHt Ink S\*lem and wni lag IIHHI outstanding pen gVel known. v. IIKgesr Parker 'SI' al your Y.uril know u by the silvery hi alii Ina do the barrel. Try it and fen) it tor yourself or a. a nifl I.MUM siteo.il Incnd. PAIN i i (.'," .... Vi-Taba • Ouaranfddd M JC^VSlutir 4ft Of -i, --CuKm&d'p&n, A s. BBXDKN A BOMS (BDOS) LTD. 1 SACROOL CONQUERS PAIN. On Salo al KNIGHTS LTD. "•2W"'' • i. ? For Hi % %  •! Hf.ii 11-. till i-rIisiin I InIIAIIIIAIIOS \ll\IM VII H0 verv name Hercules stands for STRENGTH heroes ol olden lime., the atrongrat waa o-d.v -h* namt .till rrvresent. unequalled strength, %  mi. I1'.T< nle tv^le ha. prove,! itvolf thcttrongeathithe SO!.r> BY ALL LEADING DEA" 5RS -. %  a$"l~ *ey SaeBn*i^B %  %  -^a*^ d/'cyc/e &v//f 7o-cfy I a noroa IINCHAH et.ne CFOOI^ .RANT LTD BRIDGETOWN



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I'M. i i icur. SUNDAV ADVOCATE SUNDAY, MARCH tt, 1*52 ft\KRADttti Sunday March 23. 152 no. si iu:i mm THE NEW BIIX to establish a system of local fiovtnurtnl in BM bados basetl on I he i .'commendations of Sir John Maude, will not be available for study by members until the middle of next week. Bui BU0> the House of Assembly during tfaa leceas will at least be able to study the Maude Report and the old bill which waa printed as ;i supplement to the Official n I vt-.ber 1951. Unlike the old bill the new Bill rcwstl U> the recummendaSn John Maude as to divisions. IW and not six are thi'refore pio1 th* boundaries suggested in the :r vised. The major opposition to the new Maude BUI will be based on the criticism that *op]e will be eligible to elect mem: be t hree new Councils as compared 2 '4 people who were on Jhe electoral the eleven vestries in 1947. tompUng to regard this circumstance M manifesting the need for Mlrano il local 1 %  f Barbados of the 0J itprestntatives upon three councils will create a situation which may not have been foreseen by those who were anxious to improve upon existing systems of .virnment. Whatever the defects %  esent vestry system it is clear that ->f the parishes have been OnfUM that they have a voice in thoir money is to be spent Under the system ->i universal adult fran• is possible that no taxpayers will .my of the three councils. The principle of no taxation without ivpi rsentdtion is one of the primary causes of all democratic government and it wu in support at this principle that the Ameri. .ins fought the War of Independence. The justice of the American cause has icJutanpJsjjdgad: bv all British lusio' Integrity nnd the principles of the American Constitution have been emulated and admired by ail genuinely progressive countries of the world ever since. It would bea tragedy if Barbados by constitutional means should seek to IfflpOM Ion which might easily result in I %  r'utepayers who are a minority of the population being deprived of any nUtton in the councils of local government In this connection Sir John Maude rein open mind. Should the view be accepted, he wrote. that the new local government franchise should be narrower than the parliamentary fi.inchise the simplest test is that of owni occupancy of property of a specified annual value. It would be paradoxical he added to regard the people of Barbados as fit to take responsibility lor then island affairs but ii) cbteJ alfaws. This seems a reasonable comment but too little attention seems to have been paid by Sir John Maude to the defect of universal suffrage in Barbados by which 95,939 people of an island hm 5,000 taxpayers have the power In fact too little attention seems to be paid by anybody in Barbados to the iiv unrepresentative character of i Assembly today. During the Ctiona one vote in St. Andrew's had .-. % % %  !of eleven votes in St Michael. By what uri;uinents can a House be suid tattoo of the people if a poi Ifta like St Andrew with 3.5 per cent of id voters can return two members II iuse, whereas St. Michael with 34.1 per cent, of registered voters can elect only two representatives? What is true as St Andrew and St. Michael is in varying degrees true for ail the parishes. The Barbados House of Assembly because of the retention of a hard and fast system of returning two representatives' per parish cannot in days of adult suffrage be said to be representative of the whole electorate. Before tinkering with local government the House of Assembly should take prior steps to ensure that the Assembly is given representatives on a population basis instead of carrying on into days of adult franchise an antiquated system of parish representation which Is no longer valid. The House has shown a regrettable in.hnVrtnce to the facts which were brought to light during the last elections. The elections in December were conducted as party elections. Yet thirteen per cent, of the 65% of registered voters who went to the polling stations split their votes between representatives of different parties. Forty per cent of those who voted cast their votes for one candidate only and only 47 per cent voted strictly for party. Many other interesting facts can be elicited from the report of the Supervisor of Elections but the essential facts are that a House of Assembly, which outwardly appeals to be representative of 95,939 people and in which there is a majority paity is in fact representative only of an antiquated parish electoral system and the exist.ng party majority is not based on proportional representation of the population. A House of Assembly so elected ought to approach the revision of legislation affecting local government with great caution and would be well advised to reform its own representative system first. Hilling On The Fence %  •11* HN w •It'alartcc u* wnratlon* %  • %  %  H % %  .., .i ,„, CH.UH( tna .. "I'D Ilk* an ess," th* bom*. wife said. The irocsr only •thuok hi* bead. 'Die housewife Mid "Don't poll my leg I want my vga, my rationed The grocer said "I have no eggs Nor have I time for pulling lag* But I have H-ggs by the score ilrgga nd heggs and heggs .*£ B NATHANIEL GtBBINs >lisiiuU i sl;iiiilin^ BASICALLY all the economic troubles in Barbados are due to a fundamental misunderstanding of the meaning of the word capital. Socialist propaganda which says that capital is the appropriation of others' work for private use is propaganda, although capital can be abused like any other benefit The science of orthodox economics teaches that capital is a product of labour saved for further production. Capital can be defined as tools, farm implements. in.iehinery; beasts of burden; cattle; induitrial plants; sugar factories; buildings; %  hope; roads, telephones; soil improvements; irrigation; raw materials; money %  itetl era. But capital can only be used productively if it is there lo be used and if its use is directed by organisers who possess capital skill and ability. Nothing is more impoi tant for the prosperity of a country than the possession of capable, hardworking and i ganisers of enterprise. But capital even when it is under capable and honest direction is powerless to produce without the co-operation of labour which is the principal agent of production. The morale ot the worker therefore must be considered (iood morale flourishes where there is a social background based on security. peace and goodwill. No enterprise can succeed unless there is good relations between all those who are participating, good conditions of work, and determination and energy on the part of everyone to bear his* or her full share of work. Nothing is so harmful to this spirit of co-operation than the feelings of discontent and rew>U fomented by doctrinaire socialism, nothing is more helpful than the Christian concept of work, imposed, encouraged and rewarded by God and lifted Up by the example of Christ In Barbados on every side today inBtaucM can be seen of the neglect of the basic rules of orthodox economics and a disregard of the Christian concept of work. Unless there is a change of attitude the inevitable result of disobedience of fundamental laws will be the economic ruin of an island whose real progress today compares very favourably with that of many countries' in the world. It is pathetic at a time when islands like Bai btdoa need to attract capital for investment that investors are relucant to invest because they are afraid that the fruits of their investmeiii will be denied them because of political action. So far as the United Kingdom is concerned investors have recently been most reluctant to consider investment in an island which they think paid so little regard to the claims of the British Union Oil Com-, pany and both the Barbados Gas Company and the Barbados Klcttncitv Company are II very ditlicult to borrow money in London to finance needed expansion of their undertakings. What people in Barv* not yet appreciated is the attitude of the average United Kingdom invest* i *o islands such as ours. Their views a:e : o\ based on what we think of ouraalvs* nor OB what the United Kingdom <;<>vei unent thinks of Mr. Grantlty Adams, C.M.G Those with money to invest in London t!'.ink of Barbados as an island which in their opinion seemed to treat the British Union Oil Company with short courtesy ai i re luspletoui of the fovsnunent 1 intent i. na with regard to the franchise of the Electricity Company Negotiations with this Company are still going on and one of the English Directors has recently postponed a visit to Barbados until Mr. Adams returns from a meeting of the International Labour Organization in Switzerland Both the Electricity Company and the Gas Company are willing to expand their utility services and are just as anxious as the general public that gas and electricity should be sold at the cheapest possible rates %  nt with good economy. But during the In. five years the Elect not \ Company have not paid dividends free of Eulatn tax over 5 per cent. Investors in England need reatcr incentive than this to attract inen. to invest oversea!, and there is little hope rf raising money here in an island wheu so many other trading cone* ins compete for the money available for investment. The vex .i.icnt. If we can capitalize on these and ran avoid political measures frighten away the capital WO need -iMopment we can continue to PTO%  >. If we spend our forces on internal di .ension our energies will be dissipated and even what we have may be taken awav iijm us. The choice is ours. % %  jam Th* houi*wi(( frowned and said "Hiaae You're conn; to 'ave a same with %  aa Rut that'll a game that two can ply You 'ave no heap'* Ho K. Ho K" Ho K yourself,' the grocer said, 1'tfl saying; if it urikes me dean Hi-aax and heggs I 'aw in k*gs lint all t-ie same I avr no eggs, liil seems to m." the huuM-wlfr bawls, You should be on the muatc alls I hask for heggs. you 'ave mm But y* ave eggs and tt'm hat*. • 'I'm telling you." the grocer begs, "Without o be or pulling log* Though you can stuff youisclt with heggs I 'ave no Olppin' eggs in kegs-" The housewife said "You aur> clot. It's time that you were taught what's what Hi only hacked for one .mall hegg" HO I to Vd the grocer said. Nerve War "When the defensive Kuidcd ni-slc ha* thus beaten th transonic bomber. It will -till have an even more formidable loe to conquer — lite OffSfUive long-range gtuoi i nutoic. —LaaaL-oeneral 11. t, iairiia. iiai—siri uu AW PUT in another way. il m*ns thai one day ln * kv ,n v be Oiled with defensive gulden aalAides chasing offensive gulucd missies. With so many sword." THra** 1 ^ hanging over t h e battered but unbowed heads of our people, it u not surprisno: iii.it some of them are showing • ign of lrnution. Brigadier Mackeeon. Conservative Whip, ruffled Mr. Herbert Morrison's quiff after announcing a Government majority on I vote of censunThere was also the case of Mr. John Kirkby. . lM-arded 80-yearold pensioner, who for 50 yeara, hud remalne.1 unruffled when oaf called "iV-iver" and "Baa' .ifter him in ihe street. Then, one ft. y last week, a group of palmers outside the British Muflcurr. called "Baat Hi Kirkby Irritated, m. doubt, by the shape of thin < to come, Mr. Kirkby liished i ut '••th his rtick and broke *r io*e of the forenl opened his It Off this, we have • t, Parllamenif the Ministry H. "The coming i u all. more i hurt so far." v. ; .l but two Mr Xi who haj PUaUsbiNl il followlnb appeal In The 'mes personal column: — %  tone ••£"£ man. who h.i mouth. Latiehi' On top of Si Peter tt< tary Secretary of labour. ' Budge' .-. .. 'i Thti18 '" ^nvsti* (we will .-all laugh our way through the Budget, higher taxea, shorter raUons. and gloomy talk about offensive and defensive missiles If he u willing to pay, we shall have a weekly lunat. together, and I shall start on him straight away over the first cocktail • %  Mary Rose Ml mi i pin." I shall say. winking to warn him a joke is coming. "What happened then?" Mr X will a>k eagciiv "Mary rose," I shall W throwing Ute gag BwSJI •* %  •.ming. Before he has wiped the tears from his eyes I shall ask. "Whir did rhe lausage roll. Mr. X? •You'll be the death of m< MXGubbins." he will s*) Why?" •Because it taw the appl lurnorer." If he wont buy auoUier cocktail atter that, we shall go straight Into lunch. While he b spluttering Into his soup I shal. whip in the next one. "Why are uou lurper nunen, in the desert. Mr. XV %  Never hungry in the desert'' he will repeat, loins' to WOIK it out. t "Because of the sondu'K-n'fhereBut there are no sandwichc ul say'ToolMr X nr are going to in the desert" he ishly. "Sand-mhich-U-there, I h..ll nob "WeJts up. Mr. x: lie will probably sulk for I bit, but at the end of the luuct. when we are choosing a sweet I srujl BSk, with that'deod-pnti face all the best comedians UB* pay-off Une: -May I press you to a jeliu Mr X" If Mr. X doesn't sign me up i> once on a long-lerm contrai I am open to offers from tin director of the B B.C'9 1JB^ Profit, i %  i —L.K.S. Forgotten Regiment Brrbados In 1831 ws described by a-i officer of the Garrison "* ihe depot of our West India mlli•ary possessions "In no part ot : !' he writes "a more U-ivinful rnnse of tmildings or .... ; %  more liberal scale o* appropriate ite could hive been found Conditions had changedcon%  Idsrsbb since the close of the 18th century. "At that time the West Indian islands, or the p '*"tatlona as thev were then enluvt were of as much Imporiance *> %  and held the ssmo position in the Pntwh Empire as India ***, now." writes Major A B. ELLIS i,t The History of the First West India Regiment which was published bv CHAPMAN and HAM. i.. 1885. But Barbados at any r*te -till retained its importance U the donot of the Wes* Indian mil* it.rv possessions. The story of the first West India RcKiment begins In North America. When It was called into existence on the 2nd May 179S in the l-.mdon Osssata 'he Carolina C'or|is and the Royal Rangers were incorporated into 11 Mator FHIis. whose history of the First West Indian Regiment has been lyniK p.irtly unread at the Museum library for yssrs (I know because I had to cut dozens of leaves this week) notes that the Carollns laurel borne on the crest of the regiment derives from the CaroIT .1 In] BO, The strength of the South Carolina Regiment at the end of the •urge of SAVANNAH was 1 colonel. 1 major. 4 captains, 7 lieutenants, a Ensigns. IS sergeants, 7 drummers and 218 rank and Ale. F.UTAW SPRINGS in 17BI was the hist cnit.igement of Importancs HI the Southern Providence and at the end of hostilities the South Carolina Regiment and the l,oyul American Rangers were sent to Jamaica. i The intention was that they should be put upon the British esinblishment but this was never done The South Carolina RfRlment remained In Jsmaico until the provlneisl corps was disbanded in 1783. White officers and men were given grants of land but free bliu-k troops were "In those days ..f shivery something of a "while elephant" in i larg slave holding like Jamaica." Som c time therefore in September 1783 the black troopenj were removed to the Leeward kdsadl [„ February 1789 all three companies of the "Block Corps of Dr.igons, Pioneer* and Artificers were stationed in Grenada. These, troops look part in the rapture of Tobago In 1793 and in an unsuccessful expedition against Martinique the same yesr. The following year they took In the army of 8185 strong which set salt from Carlisle Bay and which conquered Martinique. St Lucia was captured the ssme vear and Guadeloupe was also subdued. At the close of 1784 two companies of the Carolina Corps were in Martinique and on* in St. Lucia. in 1795 %  new corps, sometimes known as Malcolm's Corps, and sometimes as Malcolm's Ranger* was ratted in the Wost Indies. The Ringers took part against the the French who Invaded and recaptured St. Lucia and In the Cnnb War in St Vincent in 1795 All this tftne British troops in the West Indies werw dying because of inability to support the fevers and heat of the tropics So West India governors were Inftructed in 4795 to bring forward In their respective legislature* a pm]ect for raising five blark re*1menta consisting of 500 tn#n each to become a permanent branch "f the m i I i t a r y estabUshmant According to a debate In the House of Commons on 28th April 1795 the West Indian Army of Europeans and Creoles already consisted of 3000 milttis and tsOO Major Ellis identifies thsse corps aa the Carolina Corps. Malcolms or the Royal Rangers, the Island Rangers (Martinique) the St Vincent Ran*ars. the Black r*r GFOK' 1 I!" N'TF'trei r AngU <> th-Tobigo || 'ben, %  • ere p .rnent Tie freS • rk •e-.iments were to be additional to those iilresdy receiving •oe-Sl psy. The 1st West I idian Regiment or "Major General Whytc's Regiment of Fool" (1st appeared in ihe Monthly Return for the Windwant Leeward ind Caribbean s I a n d s in September 179V Although It was Intended that the • r'v.itea of We*' Indian regiments %  hould be black. European enrolments occur ii> the first three vcars of the reg meat's existence, %  md negro prlv u*s became coroerals as early ri 1798. rinsj actlv-' opsratlons in in St. Luc a. Granada and St Vincent. Wc^' Indian colonists n the way per:KMIS who drive cars, and buses use the Bank Hall Main Road *hen going to and fro. 1 do not live in this district but I use this road quite a lot and I can't help taking notice of how these road hog* as I would term them, race along this highway and try to see '.ii> can go the fastest without turning over or removing poles off pedestrians 'i the way. f nearly loot my life this morning when cssnlng to work. I say, th-r* stostild be some speed limit al'ntf this route for the safety of pedestrians and cyclist Why •lr. Sse poaVe do something Shout this matter before some innocent cltlsen gets kill this road. After or Just about 4 o'rloca II itarl*. everyone Is In the Bank Hall Main Rood races. I rail It the four ...lock vehicular traffic and you ran almost bet that Kfmethlng tragic i gome to oreur along this road before long •ttaVAji HOWARD list March, lfta. Family Planning To fcfcf Editor. The Adrocote— SIR,—Some months ago I gave a shoyt talk over Redlffuslon Ltd and also at a public meeting on the subject of Overpopulation in Barbados. Since that time I have had numerous requests from all classes of the community for practical help wilh family planning The absence of any organised as* soclatton working under medical control makes it impossible for me to deal with the matter effectively I am however, very anxious U help and lifter consultation with the Secretary of the International Committee on Planned Parenthood I have decided to hold a class of Instruction for trained nurses health visitors and mldwlves I shall deal with techniques of contraception suitable for workins class mothers so that nurses. In .* of their duties, will be able to advise women who are tor >iu.ult a private doctor hods suggested will be simple relatively cheap and eas> to dcrmm-drate The class will be held at the Children's Goodwill by court e*v of John %  Wednesday. April 2nd at 5 p.m.. Admission Voun faithfully rECIIJE WAU'OTT. A I Mouse. Navy Oai %  Playing Cards from. 60c. Patience Cards per set 72c. 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PAGt res SLNDAV ADVOCATE SUNDAY, MARCH . 1M Schooners Consider HOUSING BOARD gft Pita Mir 1 __ %  t-* •*>) was sull prepared to rftooiRadio-Telephone Sets =SSrSg ... pared to recommend Mr. Modeate AS soon as a schooner is lost at sea the old question as the suitable person. arise* "Why not equip schooners with wireteag receiving In answer to ilr. Mottley about Jamborees Will Help Federation not be more hospitable sod enI bean licet was ihe Zenith. Zenith left Barbados on BeHIX/prcim"ibT pSVomlT iPssMd''ae eeaniben of > *5, W re> > ccmber 19, 1951 for British Guiana and to this day nothing i„ the new poet. If he la appoinisperilve lamluesis known of her whereabouts ed. he will draw 7 per awash. "West ladlaa Jaaaboreas, the A few i.-noom-r. are i-unaider(iovernmenu could find It possible Mr. Mottle? then formally proisland Commissioner said, am In In* Uio possibililv "1 insleUna lo compel each schooner owner to pmed that Mr. Modeste be anw ^ m on des l laed to alar a, p.e Kadlo Tetsswoiic sets as order uurchsss one telephone set Mr pointed to the post areater part kl the Mention of tc' aea in coauct wilk shore Gabriel ren.sr.des of the Ural of Mr Cox aUd that he approtno ,„, Indle ,„.„ ^^ rumoured the, a John IWnande.. Schooner A. !" u. ;Ud_ .^WW £.-< mew Mcaos. on. such occsslo !" juMy say. there are very few who ran afford to buy them Anniversary Of Dorcas League 13 YEARS OF WORK (.nniversary of "*• Dorcaa League, .in auxiliary of the Ivan&eUMft ..foot by .he various Briti-h Oulan.. g-Mj 'ItodtoTele^^^"££? ^S+'JSl * y o u t ta • the re-c.iv, bbean Government, to make phone sets will be of great benefit £* SSih^ nadlLntSett * Und conw Wher move tohooners' owners but I can n "TL^L^Ln^i m I aJ nether and set to know each fereni war In aa much aa Mr oth T Th# T* a r ati —t e in tha. Modest, w.^lreiy employed. !" P ^'f'JV" " 1 "^ ^, clbl *" he was inclined to give aome one Major Orimth added: it was outatde the Job and after Ulat. amazing to see how tha Cuuans. the Secretary could readjust Hoi wans and Amencaaa fraU-itt-Hiditions aa he liked. niaed with tho membere of the Walks Out tonungoiiu from theBnush W*~>i While Mr. Cox was seconding Indie* the motion, Mr. Mottley pushed Referring to the acUWUas of back his chair, taking up his the Barbados Contingent. Major papers, hat and flask, left the Griffith pok." He and said that in spite of the simi alked oul of the room pllcity of the show, it was very The Chalrwtsn put the motion impressive and eary well reeetvhlle Mr. efottlcy was walking ed. He said he had received many .vaiy and had nearly reached the comments from Jamaicans that | DOT the -htiw was very instructive Members present wen Ilr. and educative, and afforded ahose >lv> Beekle* (Chairman). Mr. who saw it Information on BarTwdor, Mr. B. D. Mottle;, bade* of which they had no preM. F Cox Mr. T. E. vioua knowledge. R present by invitation As iegarxl* future West Indian health matter* by but had no vote Other memJamborees, Major Griffith aeid obtain oei of the Board are Mr. P. C. that it was likely that these Hiits.m. Mr. G. H Adams and would be held every three years. r O'Mahony and tentatively, the next has Trie Chairman Instructed the been fixed for 1995, with Trinllikely venue %  reosffl rrom 32 cents a pound antl *•"•• telling to M atnts. Pu-ipv planks and The League in IU onward maroh i pikes have tripled their war price (, succeeded in securing Scholari.nd moreover these items are Mlip f or children at the .. .lowing dlfncull to obtain. noota — Modern High School, ,, —_ '-me Unity High School, ArluigliVelinini: Trade Malvern Academy, Barbados Intcrcoluiiiai trde for schooners r, rjimmar School and also private la going from bad to worse. Added luU)on trom Mr. Morris at Lynch's to this many new schooners are scc^ndaiy Scho..L and it is also Leing laiuiiched by people who CIKUU: aging to note that promisee i;, r "' m ^' ngure there u a fortune to be hliVe p,^ acoapted from other i.ts-iw-is' gauied from the schooner trade. ch Qols for the next term. ....,West Indians arc overlooking .J.* a !" • %*&." !" !" SS the fact that during the war years, The League will continue It compulory for schoenen and other intercolonial vessels to carry reeete in g nd transmitting sets. When this Is done one of the grcatpgj tiie e vesseu w... Je reoiiccd. Increase Indicated With a Radio Telephone *t it w.iI ,.ct be necessary for the sc..oo..er CapUdD less operator as one of the crew could be trained to do this Job. The set will cost about lour or itve hundred dollars. Therefore, the schooner, to make a re.sonabk* profit, wou'id have to be given an iner-'JHof about Ofty cent" per ton on cargo. At the present freight rate* schooner owners are finding it extremely difficult to baUinr, thru budget. They barely cover thcii expense. The b'-at* which ;ir. not on the Jjmrbados-r-rltKn Guiana run suffer more Sometimes they operate at a loss. During lhla* sir echooncf t.oubled their present trade beJK-tweea the Island During thoe *£*S ^."L 1 ^.*--^ 0 venr* canvas was sold at $1 ?0 per yard. To-'l.iv the p-iee l 12 20 Tn the last seven >nny>. On March 23. IS3, i 01 workers a*atembled iuch^ara ** utm Am > """ %  s i^ n ' %  aiW _^ %  -f trnnli small bank tthe EvunHill. ror the pursjose of forming the norcas League. The object of • hieh Is to grve religious tnatruc.ind Mr Lectures to parents and y rn \ H .thing for the children at Yuleie and as often as possible dlsu S^iSTilS •r.bu.e.amon. them nuUt. rugs, ,S^S^."K^ B 1!S. aid": I cents a pound 3ml c* !" "telUng him he was appointed Loyally Speaking as Island B.B.C. Radio Programmes BT'ICBAT MABfH tS. 1SSS. 11 IS • m ItiUnnMioaal rummiifin" Raj • A t^ujp). U < %  > ••<*" 4 ea p m Thf N*s-. 10 p 1...H-. 4.IS p tn For W cotnr -..-_. _. SO p m Suaday Kll Mour. when steamship traffic lo the West M-rve its purpose and on Friday v.rtt*v ifemebM. IMP !" u *** !" I 1 Z n il: fndles was at a low ebb, schooners b st. a hoi meal was given to a p.2 *£*£ %  tt JX M& braved the submarine dangers to !.:ir number of children, when ^ !" k Ki*" Tw P m TTtTST--.. us transport food from one island to Mr. Edghlll took the opportunity J m N M A n.i.i. the other. The schooner brought to tell them of the origin of the is-sass ss sssi s. asss st .asw rice to Barbados and In turn took 1-vague. i is K m c-ribb^n VM>. i.aa pm. sweet potatoes to British Guiana. Thanks are due to the Mer^"f* 4 *."T ^^'alto P illaiass l Today whooner. are encounterl(lHnlfc ot BlldffC town, the Press. •„*?£ IXi&T *££?. i7T? ing their greatest problem in poria t gather with friends and wellimnab OBivwn HIL luoe p n TTW whieh have no cargo to ship. wl!) K Cr! | for vile asslstanee given Mr** IO w n m rnun ih. Ertiiotuu. Aftar taking cargo to these ports Ulld further appeal is made for '• ^^^'^I.H'T -. l; they are forced, for their relurn i,onks. donations, etc. n is am r*r*>.ai rwrnn. n trip, to fill their hatches with on, Varirsy ri bafiast. The freight mto has to AH contributions can be adCommLi•uoner, Major Griffith said that he could nut but envy Mr. D | ritr. Rltson. Island Scout Com-; missioner of Jamaica for the truI lv loyal and capable team of tcouteis and laymen who worked with him. Asked about the standard of (.("•la' scouting among the various con' M.stH tlnncnts. Major Griffith opined — — thai the standard of many of the i "** other detsiohmenti was well above the standard of scouting tn Rarbados. and said th*t that: eould perhaps be attributed to •he fact that scouts from other! island* had more scope for tralnthan there is In Barbados \ Street. City. be fixed to cover for the trip both (treated to Mr. H. D Blackmail. ways Because of this increase In (President) Maxwell Hill. Christ rates, these ports are a-king that ^Sr'fSL the!r cargo be shipped by steamships instead. grim" '.ehoori"r* are em-lpped • set' wltv. which they '"i hanT ***• 've*>** e bm-etrtwt 'ro>n me Puerto Rico Weather Purenu Howex-er. If th< -.IS a S.1SM SS.SSM 11 HM Another contributing factor wasthe sUe of the island which pre1 vented local boys from hiking and travelling long distances, arid it was very obvious that more camping was done In those other | plii.es. and therefore the qualities [ required by the "baclcwoodsman" TW could be better develop. Major Ortltlth was struck bv| __ the vast crowds which attended Th. and paid to see the various dlsnaxweu MIII. tnriH ,o p m Th. w-*.s, s io pm Th* and paid to see the various at his office Nelson nan, htrvw*. 4.11 P M>-Japect of the Jami .TsraiV a* 71 T^ P ."a, tST. wTA* the Bag4h*do er, 4-LEGGED TURKEY A turkey with four legs wa.' ..iched ysuterday by a hen ownN-utrt ad by Samuel Prescod of Layne's sncDiiBwr %  >-? mvtmr inoynave ; ip Britton's HllL There were no meanof communicntini! with „•„ icg In the noig.ial places •hire stations and the other two protruded ^J'UJ It -vonin" be a irre.it mns-ire of from the shoulder and bock of .< It B safely to W.I. travel If th Tartoua the turkey. Os fBim 1 Ml %  p I ft\Thinl : boree tingent did not prepare, hut which TH* Nt.i. was iiunerhalaas very Important ',:.- .... . .M. "'•" < *e vlalt of th* Revd MalII.!" KIT. !-". 1 H, U R*** of St. Joseph, rim child, %  nt to celebrate Mjiss everv 'X !" i* en P p !" >rnlng. rr-w, th'r r*iii...i. Maior Griffith on behalf of the ntwirw. is jo p m Scouts Association, expressed hithanks to the neetor Mallalieu. jw**S |eW* /RYASPMHAS A SPECIAL APPEAL FOR WOMEN Tv* modem woman, living • %  she dcei an almoit non-stop existence. crunds TkUt relief whanetr pain "><-<(. the %  . have a sjaln-eallevar evhldl not only acts qalchly but does Ml hs*e aftvr-tfleaf which prevam hoi trom going about things si usual 1 ifm*ul afier-tlTacis such as dlnlMB, Opp-ei.ion, or ".lowing up ri-M is why 'ASPrtO' has a ifSKlal %  -v.L-.men 'ASPkO.lraeflem h: i mful drug., terns you fnssh sag < 'tun ifttr the pain hss gone. TMf aajtirr of ASTBOIht pur|F of 'ASPRO' (Onformi to the standard hid down ky the Beltiah rsttarnstcopecia. Nd JTkSPRa The Safe Way to Dispel HEADACHE & PAIN PAINTS PAINTS PAINTS Yes. We Have Them in Sizes and Colours Too Numerous To Mention. JUST SEND US YOUR ORDERS WELL EKECUTE THEM. IV. B. HWCHINSON t CO. .mtET. MIDCfTOWM OIUINAIlf (VHrWHIM paicrs wiTum IMI ECM O MI CENTRAL EMPORIUM Cnr. Broad & Tudor Sts. the famous Bennett College can help you"' career through personal POSTAL TUI TION I t WW Max tlut BM canruK f**, ihe I ctxns *htvh tH qu-.hi. .ou .1 -our I 11 WHICH M MM Haute < profaMon. I.V.-I.K ruaJ-ciprod Ll*c YflDB |fj| tf il 3 I yowr raroti opix^iiwuuas — korr and OHOuraarrTtrtit by mawnJ i > Bsastrtl t\-i*ot v.*. Oi A II. avassioi <'i of S-sis.a m iijaalatai imd CTT-."\* I*.,.I— l>ao KSS. six* m giten h> iht ."• ih, rogege who Gas /.. -t hi* syi w mm Tiaer kiaasM i. ; at. This wav you have (he henaasi Coileac tint mn, but yoo s>fk m \w o— tmt* — at ym* pace! Vi on.* t cUi.w All boots art fret to uudcr iv Yoae HUM dtvarac&s .., Your own Tutor wiU help you. %  bring o*it Ike ckve/DCaS Li you. AIMJ ihcre r 'I'len mars than vou tniatim >ou wilt UuaJifV! And^a\'..jiionin-\in' pcnonal I'lJ'i'.'.^ .. UircraasM. I L, I cbooag vow -uhssct — E^T-Slll ivn aoad (aitrx>ii< i>N(4i..i tc The SM. • tn--.ii llconett Coftrac h-ji on your tubiect ** *'* %  *" sow icaa OUT ti-t cou"cs rcr: w.^,^ TW BENNETT COLLEGE l>ea.tia.TlaasaiCa>Ueag. L—fl -I It^UlW 1 •MI ll s ~& I'm all for Eno's AWAY HASTY COUGHS COLDS lUTE MAGIC Bin INM.T MEMMTEI MITI WHITE RIB %  asj as astael • No other RUB hat )h •** UMim !**£ r* 4 Important Hotunst I) V R C L I M A T I \ F. E DS ... FeeUnglireriili,headachy? TsaaUaofBNO'S"FruitSah". ENO'S frasben. a dry, stsle mouth, banishes all trace of haa ri s rhe 01 nsusea. And it a) (ood foe the liver. ENO'S is a eeatU laxalive and a mild antacid. It contains no Glauber'. Salt, oo Epsom Sells. Kovp your "Pratt Sslt" by you—and take k iciularly. This nay you'll keep fit, day by day, all use yeas I Eno's Fruit Salt* SPECIALLY HSCOMUENDID lot IIIKGUL.l ACIIOS, SICE HIADACHS. UVaTBOSaCOjaB, aiuocsi4s. HgaJrnuiH. ea, gaiaTaaaaaalssJlBe . u i it u r it p AM NTS In a climate like ours, you need paintg whicli will lake a lot of punishment mtbuut duiiug or DaaUgf| Utrger Paints are the aaasse r •Jpecially (ormulale-I fol thl Bu %  • Innate, they brief, leasing l-eautT, inside and out Trv them ea vmr own boose. WalUond Q wfcagl primal with hfXSKAL, with MATROIL "il Isuutid wat-nt pautU Stay bosk The iVoo/ ggj Ic U-I.IM.IJ protectvd by LajmHOk. Hiwdtro*!, affj May brtghi and itnWsaad by sail ggoj intoi n AmdfnComrHf. %  ega.-v B-clwort a 1*1.(..I.. I to i.l.sI hnwl.. HeaW BirBOeta. . M -mm — d r—+ ***# %  GARDINER AUSTIN A CO. LTD. BRIDGETOWN BBSS 1952 AVAILABLE NOW Charles MeEncarney & Co., Ltd.



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PACE UX Sl'NDAV ADVOCATE SUNDAY, MARCH 13, 1*52 i ... /** t.O. ... 171. N'.*.i !" SEWING CIRCLE B> PENNY XOLAN The bag sketched here is very easy to make and decorated with o*adt nr sequins or embroidery U handsome evening b>g. The putting i* vrry -imple ai the bag is made from %  square ateri-l About a seveninch sguare make* a nice sue foe %  bag. Cut one square material, one aquare of t"i* lining and two square* of InTa Dor's can*-** make* a riming material and la i liable. If you are makrui tn> iir i*-inna> of the bag i need two true >.che* wide anl 11 inches long. Baatv or machine Hitch the two ,-if of interlining together at iwwn ,n Fig. 3 making two row* : ac: tag eth waj as well aa 'rasa comer to corner. Pace bag with linmg right tides •fethe: taiytBg interlining* on lop I f bag ptece Stitch around the I dgea tearing a three-inch open. ;I .g far taming Tom aaaawa te a I uarter gf an inch clippaa* cocm1 m daagonaUy T-m slip sutch LI pentng *id P*** ****. You may aVaate around the edge* before pressing tl you Ond that method .'. to you in pressingFold bag in half and whip each *soe f-orn fold to within three ,r..-hes of top. la whipping: be csrei onlr the bag auHenal gffjgggj, Next fold oae lop fr-e edge m half and arhip %oj--hrr from fold to three inches %  edge. Repeat with the I f> free edge he drawstring ,s run through Whal's Cooking In The kitchen It I* natural in a country where rum i* plentiful when you hear of Punch to think immediately of Rum Punch or Planter) Punch This week I remembered a recipe for TEA PUNCH which It very good Of court? in Barbedo* well havi IT Ice cold TEA PL*NTH 2 quart* cold tea 4 cupa orange juice or squash 1 cupa sugar I Mart ginger ale Make the tea liquor by soak if 4 at good quality tea In 2 quarts of water for 12 hour*. Mix the liquor with the orange twee and sugar and chill Just before serving add the ginger si/ and pour over large pieces of ice .it a punch bowl COCOA Fl-DC.E I cup cocoa t cupa augar I teaipoonful salt i tablespoonsful syrup It cupa milk 41 tea ap oonaful butler I teeapaanful vanilla. Combine cocoa with sugar u..' *nd '>mp Stir in the milk, bring to botl stirring frequently until a little put on a plate arts COrWTJK CREAM ( pint black coffee < Sweet j deaaertspoonsful powdered gclaUnt I pint unsweetened canned milk Pt a aalv e 2 dc sae r t a p o onsful of powdered gelatine in the coffee Leave to cool Put the milk In the fridge the night before Whisk the milk until stiff and frothy When coffee is almost cold, add to the milk Whask again to mix thoroughly Pour into wet mould and leave until set It must be served PEACH PUDDING II cupa tinned, sliced peaches Sugar to taste ? tablespoonsful butter cup breadcrumbs %  .r.-moi. ; cup water Arrange breadcrumb* and tinned -liced peaches (which have been trained in alternate layers In a created casserole Sprinkle each layer of peaches with sugar and little cinrmamon Dot with two • sblespoonsf ul of butter, pour water over all and bake in modi-rate oven for S3 minutes. It till F.tSltlOXS f Left. The basic style, hair is cat 2V(" at front and sides of the head, and !' %  from tb* crown to the nape of the nsck. The front falls la a soft half-bang Right Foi the evening, a white "fa.-* Bang" ifixed at tbe front with a Jewelled clip. Keep This Under Your Hat ft) DOROTHY BAKhl1V YOUR BOAT AND YOU By MTOt CHARLOTTl A Simple Daily Routine Evtrj child weighing over may be fed every 4 r:-. tt i feeds in the twanty-Ioui a Less than 7 lbs. but ove: J it, ihe feeds should be everj threq hours. La. o feeds in the twentyfours, but not from 10 pnu 8 a.m. Thia routine although for lour hourly feeding can easily be converted to that of the three hourly You will soon hnd that winmargin of elasticity is best. Between 5 30—7 ajn. Bab/ wakes up and needs his feen. Kvcrythtng should be left out at nand the night before. Pick tun. up and change him. Wash your nands and breasts carefully and and feed htm. sitting up to break wind half way during his fee. and at the endPot him and put him back to bed leaving him undisturbed until a a.m. There is now time to pre par" breakfast and have an early cup of tea. • a.m. Prepare all bathinc needs. There is no need to rush this procedure and as long as ho i* enjoying his bath and there Li no risk of a draught, up to threequarters of an hour can be reserved to let bun play and kick ii round freely. After baby is dressed have a glass of water to drink during the feed, wash your hands and breasts starting the feed on alternate sides Put him out in his pram depending on the weather, with the back of th. CHtMU • ft* aVi*pu Hatttm .•uij iwi.*Ji . *r*a %  IIJS'I i/rt u,iih . thru fjgj %  %  ..., %  .[ %  *ry.-s*Ti. Mfvwt. mlri. If* %  .'.%  % %  i :>. bag material. New York where he represented j two-tone effect Br.tish hair-dressers at the Hairneed for tinting. dressers Board of Trade. The TAKE OFF: An news burst upon the calm of the May fair salon, shattering the dream* of those who had hoped fashion would at last fall in favour • tons, hair But hair on Riche's new style i" oois front and tides. 1 ^ inches from the crown to the nape of the neck %  Riche y to those who still r-aintain long hair is a woman*crowning glory, that short hsii can be equally feminine. Of course some short hair styles, the Eton crop for example, are masculine. But this dots not mean that all short styles are. It depends on | and the tricks of the cutter. In this case, the trick which makes the cut feminine i* the soft feathered effect nt the MM the hair is brushed upwards in soft "duck's tails.' Too short to be permed, the tails'* are created, even when the hair is as straight as the trimmings in proverbial poker, bv brush brushing, brushing in an upw If hau Is particular!) responding to this treatment, a little invisible Hair :s used. By day this style is tailored and trim. By night it can be made iting Change napkin etc. Babv withour the would try to keep their waistline should be allowed 15 minutes bein It* .natural position despite fore and after feed for playtime hat fashion said to the contrary. Put him back in his pram to ('•lonrlesa Maacara: Seemingly ELTj a contradiction in terms, this new • Baby can have tut orangw ia mascara it a boon to those who Juice now If awake; or betsreen leel that their fair lashes need d am. — 10 ajn. feed. discreet touching up. but dislike 5. Everything should be mascara for daytime. This naw ready as before with clean nigh! olourlesa version, un import from garments laid out. Baby rls up at the back ii a-~r£r.*?I Franca, has Just sufficient depth washed — face neck, underarm.. ie 'o accent the eyelashes without hands, and buttocks — and put reatlng a made-up look. It is into a clean gown. Feeding rouwatcrproof and nun-irritant. Une is as before. This U a good time to test the weight of the baby The Basket Hat: At this time, if >0 u have scales. By 6.30 p.m. when the tlrst spring dowers are everything should be finished and appearing .in the first spring sunt,dUy put away for the night. MUD* milliners, more easily than Shpuld your baby cry duringother designers, fall victim to the the night or early hours of the state of mind known poetically a morning about i a.m., get up and "*pnng fever." Suddenly hat* change him quickly and quletlv, e rrivolous. with flowers and and turn him on the other side; 'gttables poised precariously on he will probably go back to sleep e top; such haU, I'm afraid, no again very quickly If however self-respecting male would willhe persists in crying, a little feed ingly accompany down the queen's of plain water can be given. Ho ttjss&JitRu i. Btswaeawia irf S?JSX. uut of ihu haui my hair .. a weak excuse. worn Invertcd on thc head> wllh wi „ „„„ that your ^^ wU fl( , the handle faUmg down the back, life Into a household, which will In London just now, women are Carrots, turnips, and brussel continue to function with the adlalking about: aprouts burst out all over. Absurd? dltion of a baby, and Is not a Tie Lest Waistline: The release Of course. But even If these hats household, ruled by the tantrums f the photographs of the new *re never seen outside the millln-Jof n l^by who is maWng life irHONOLULU An exohc bunch of tropical fruits including a miniature pineapple are piled. Carmen Miranda fashion, on the very top of the head. MARCH HAIR: Adelightful trimming for young girl. A fiat spray of "spring flowers" —primroses, violets and snowdrops placed on the crown of :(.,btgtd Riche fixed each of the above matter of seconds. BY THE WAY.... ^ &} Fly by Constellation ' liiii ...And Save $258.50 On Off Peak Fares Your flight by presumed Constellation Spcedtrrrd saves you days of travelling time — extra time • da and tea more on business or pleasure. Yeu relax %  deep-seated comfort, enjoy complimentary mtals and an aaJt lm a drinks In flight high above Ihe weather. M* extras to pay — not even a tip — f* atttahvr B.O-A.C. service. B.O.A.C. takes gooil care of you BAKBADOS NORMAL "OFF SEASON" RETURN RETURN FARE FARE LONDON 15S010 I..101.M mm YORK 518.19 PARIS 1.560.10 1.W1.M MIAMI inc. :.ii ^ Comull vour Tr.vrl Aeonl or Brili.h Wt Indian niru-.y, Umm Brod Slrrtt, Bridgetown—Brbados. T.lcphonr 455. FLY BOM BRITIIH OVERSEAS AIRWAYS COHPORATION By Beachcomber | i %  %  nung otr1s*sa, fr^ni Hie fiequcni stories of mishaps to e.eplunts who travel by aji :' %  %  %  %  these beasts are not yet ready to enjoy the benefits of modern methods of transport. The silliest comment so far has been that they "miss their customary environment," and so fall ill In tiansit It is. perhaps, asking ton much at the air-lines to con-truct a miniature Jungle In the plane, or to arrange for a Maharajah (Off, (ailing that, a Rajah) Ic sit on each elephant's bacg during the journey. All the same. I'xpect air-hosth-ul special U) dt.il with tJcfc %  surlv rlcphcnt Sometimes it is effective to i show a big un.rr.al a verv small one. A mouse playing in J OCffBg* j has been known in keep an elej pliant interested and amused foi 1 hours on end. "Mrs. Clarke's Column Oh. Vr. S,mwl,r *jyitITERS._a i,fr ,„„i*,„ ,. ii l '^ r 1 m midair by a rope, to that -pHE sa.e by auction of live i ,,-^evar was put into It would ickerwork baskeu without One use for such an article fall through to the ground, withtnem arouse* my inwould be to hold it up to the out Impediment bottoms -:^\ |7j KLIM i. • %  '• %  ='• iit \tj KLIM l..p. .ina.l lllllpnllll %  WWW *VW> A*->^ KLIM QUALITY IS \ MW/sYSONIFORM { Tlifre M nothing in tinworld W e>lfjgmi tod %  !i'-liing ... YARDLE V^/tJS LAVENDER tb world'most fatnoii* Lavender sttosw.>f*iWa**rero LstSSkSwi .Me Hl.Wu /XumulWar TsJ* eW ffn/f.anrowj __ WMw. KLIM is eicellaat far jre*Iaf cktldrea KLIM add* aasrltaaiM* l i <•** gatnea KLIM I* rfC0mtn.,d Icr j lafaat fsaiq KLIM I. lafe In th specially If I iu M<1 *'" RLIrVl i p'eS.t.-d ymdrnt trl<. •Il CHHtf -M 4 ... %  .•• %  > K"M MIIX.JM S .,. ., .,., 1 ,,..icnir"" ,jnl r '* S ., ... < '.iMthind •*" I II.IK of D


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I'M.I -1\ I I I \ M M)AY ADVOCATE SUNDAY. MARCH 11, 1SJ The Lives Of Harry Lime • Iran Page 11 near oui JagC mdL -H i* i supplies artlow. iul! never %  ha> fi % %  "No Hal establish carnp (HI %  i d silent as %  %  %  hum u* go— MtlifWci that it hat) helped to ( wu nothing to %  ill the crunching of the snow the sled runners and, now Oft, mile i upon a I df-hnried in th< .11,11 1 CA1XBD OUT Ni.ni.i was dwiiu %  %  I • %  %  0 Mh l" her mouth "The <• %  "Hillei h i %  OflM to tell us thu newi You had no Idea *here to find ui" 1 do not knu• had found thr trad >t in 'hr %  tars The German* ( bom*, but they could DM kill m> faith. Even as I fled StaTititfran | km* MBJ had found th* answer U> llutajand. May 1 look upon the wonderful horse "Yes. little Soma, our l*n%  '.'i* | kneiv arc had all h What wool i Ugta of the future thin'. th. durable' Then I had DO m' A plane wan swooping on us like • vulture -01 %  menu. With Bonjj ID my arms I I %  After an etermti I heard Gra/%  IMV! 90tlJa"l been hint HIn DlO with her." 1 kne m 1 crouclMd there in tbi cradling hor hesc ai my fui-clad arms. 1 REKI.rl. The llonn moves! %  %  Ir. the | to life %  %  %  %  I B I | i thi m' Ru ••d The horaa of brOBIO are gnl%  :''. %  %  %  • %  %  .i b %  %  B n i NrXT HTNDA1 li.G. Waterfront Strike Continue* The waterfront sMftsa entered | the second day gi .Mirk under | %  along the n '. %  I five vessel' %  ad hghtei %  %  .nndiriH dl • %  %  ; %  -. llgbUsra going shlpl m the |K>r' • Hi lm %  'ells VOH of Mii' thV mr rrnk In* %  nan and IIP (NO UW mm I i hevll Do It livery lime -*~<...—.— By Jimmy Hatlo r \ m TRAVELING K'AM-HM AV*A>S PKAWS A .-. ~U ONE WINDOW F/C\t*5 A 6RICK MWLLfc5ur-rJ TE^-SELOV WEATHER—WHAT CO TMEy GfvE HIM ? VOU GUESSED IT THE COfiNER ROOM WITH NORTHERN EXPOSURE-*.i In* Wrullirr nil. total Itan.Uli for Month tu Hale: 1.21 Ins. Irmpi-raturc: 11.0 I' Hind Vetaott) !• mile* per hour. Iljrinnelrt i'I Ml i9.g. m-uAv Kn a.m. •MB el: 6 I II.MI l Laisl Quarlrr. 18 n in UghUOati £.30 p.an. High Tide I IS %  i rMel 8.13 a. pm TOP SCORERS AT THE INTERSCHOOL SPORTS Ishe £odge School • TOP SCORERS IN tailoring 3?. C. S. fMaffei & Co., £td. Pi Wm Hen., Slice! Phone 2787 MAFFCI 6 CO %  '& EXTINDS HI ARTY CONGRATULATIONS TO LODGE SCHOOL ON THCIR RICrN' VICTORY "Qjju—uAuaLLf fUcs'i on £cltcn .IOJH ha/>t Bvtbiflhuiq 9 mad bt QloUuu." llir Shin by Consulate ill pleasing paste's. nIM. by Eldonia in fine leather—clip fastening. I InMurks by Rice's in tail ored Gabardine. Woollen Hose by Morley short, elastic tops. C II. Ili( %  M Mrrrliunt t ft O. Tailors Mercerised SHANTUNG A lovely Fabric tor making almost any kind ol dress 36 inches wide in blue, pink, rose, green, aqua, cream, and while For Permanent Floors. Counters etc. that will last a life-lime .1 %  ;: OWWMU . ENGLISH UNGLAZED FLOOR TILES in Red and two shades of Speckled Cream and Red li" •• 6" and ~ X 3" i; l< GLAZED TILES lor Walls in Blue. Black, Green anil White li" > 6' WHITE SNOWCBETE CEMENT RED A Bl'KF CLOR<:RETE CFMENT PORTLAND CEMENT in B^jrn / CAVE SHEPHERD fi CO., LTD. 10. I 1 12 (< 13. BROAD STREET. I'linno : 4456. 4287 WILKINSON & BAYNES CO., LTD. £ ^ # i$ $; , -,.;::, ; *;/;;-;--?: : ; > £ ^ ? ? ^ z z i a 11 z ? 11m i 1111 ? ? <,zz>%  i t z z zzzz 11 it t z z i z z i tt # # ^ ^ # # ^ ^# ^ r • %  n IPS Ihtmestlr. good quallgy .. *0r per yd. White tarobrl. 3 Ins M r I 4*V Mr fiOe.. A ;V-. per yd, rusi In White. Pink, Peaeh a, L<-m-n 4. gOe. A ?gc. per >d. ('-(lion t;rey flald 3ti In*. wide if 48e. per yd. Heaullful \merlean I'rlnU .. te per >d. Shlrtlni A I'yjama Slrlpe-i %  Me per yd. %  idlan Head In Pink Pearh. (ireen A Blue. Mi Ins. lde .i lie. per yd. lien In pnpulir shade* sullablr for urvanU' utiltorms ele. •< 7ge. yd II. I l.in., Mi in I'iwh. wu i and Blur | DU r. per }d. Srenmrker. beautiful pattern. *100 per yd lllch cradr plain oolour-d Seenurker, 3d In*. Mid** tti SI.20 per yd. ,\merir.iu < li.nihi u In plain i ui'-,ii-. and >mii %  SH Inn. wide fj '79r. pi-r yd Am-rlran Remnanta— a fine i-.-nl'triM-i:! id II"-' 111 -vrral qualities, r.brlrs^ and deaUn 1 1 only fl.Otl per d. i .-iii |.i ( ajMoB In beautiful Plaids 36 int. wide <•* SI 20 per yd t the shades renulr-d 1, Buarant-ed Suni.-t A Iul. i ,-i 3g iiiwlde .. S10!i prr N.ird. Tapi-itry In rolours that will malrh any eolour shrine In your hoine — .18 In*, wide ii 53.00. *'*.?0 .6 A S3.21 yd. i ufijm Nete \ LaWfj—"> It your :t c to heiuilly your beast for Ksaler. prlee* rul in h..li DBM S4e.. 7H H4r.. A 'Mr. |ier id. ml.lull, beautiful patterns. 4% Ins. wide — Sl.H yd.. S4 Ins yvlde SI yd. N4inlu — \n Italian Spun l>r..iiliiully desltned. H Inuide -< SI.48 per yd. inl Spur. In lovely shade?) excellent for making 1'nlfonns for work, 36 Ins. Wide t* 91.52 per yd Brocade,! Satin In Pink. White and Blue, 36 In*. wide M SI 29 per yd. Plain Satin In several popalar -hit 36 ins. wide nat Mc. per yd. Jersey Silk ( %  old, Bl i Lilac. Mauve. '. Pink. Black. W bile 52 Ins. Si.56 per yd. (repe-de-ehlnr. 36 Ins. i In IS attractive shades i only fl.Id per yd. '...h.Handbag* In Whit.A ( oloura from (1 60 tn -.;, im (.. uiSultlnii — (lenulnr l ii-h-ii Tropicals from S4.00 la 97.00 per yd. ( %  arbardlne 56 in wide | ^5.00 per yd. Worsted In pin stripe* .6 Ins. wide from 93.60 to 911.80 per *d. Khaki Brill A tnisorc ,, SI.M. 81.20 A SI 32 pee >d Blu-W Iron Bedsteads — ft, 6 1ns. li :I07H. \ \ I



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SUNDA1 MAKt'U 23. 152 SUNDlY ADVOCATE P \CE NINE BUILDING A NEW CASTRIES sonsV S f ill) t>* ninelyfoet.widrboulevsrd suy construction wotk In Castries have to be u*ed In i Kiuui momj the ruins of CSBinea. St. I-uciii. J new imd baWUtlful town i* arising It I* %  architccTs town, planned l>\ John Kus* Executive Architect of the Windward Islands .MKI Anlhoii. LewiA luwn which has double lane highways, a boulevard, attractive modern blocks of flat.-*, open spures and, most important of all perhaps, a .t-wcragc system Ml works. Rlfel Development Cor. ...Ki'ii the |Ob n.gal -i StUiraB H still standini — anJ %  i. biUi mil ringing i I !he otfter familiar landmarks were gone. I drove p.tst JI new building which 1 pfWAMMd. N) BB a iiuniui. but subkcqueiilh BBS" MVafgd to be the Customs, and then along a Bridge St now a d< u ile lane hlghwayi and coilUnue.i until I was halfway up the Morne From there 1 K 1 dviful view of the town. About half the town Is finished so far imd a friend of mine said that It i tain a bit of Mum:] which wax destroyed In the Iras of June IS48 and March IBM, and iiib-conlr acted with I re doing mom of UM rtvuiistiuction. i %  %  %  %  i an abaBBca %  i own. The CatholuBack In the town. I saw that while moat of the roods were finished, there had not beeTi' time yet to attend to the sidewalks I was t"ld that the sidewalks would vary between ten and Afti The boulevard, which will be % % % %  I wide, Is still undii construction, and throughout U %  IIN I.in laalr town, new govcriiinent and comiin-i.ial building .iiprtugn.g up. It is dlfflcull to do any construction In Castries since the town vrle* between one and three feet above water Lave I. 1'umps have to be used fvnUsnUv while foundations of cement and crusJieU slOJie are bvuig pul down. I waa very impressed with the blocks of flats that the Government has built to accommodate pa pie *no losi their numes in ... Ut To prevent dull uniRane of the blocks are lea while others airleft white. Each flat has a balcony, living room. toilet and bath with I tunning .M.-I ..mi ...i>uig num-, I .%  :.: .1 howevai item rath i nigh. Tot instance. %  BBl arMtl "miiedroom coats a working class person $10 and one .viih two bedraomt i Dal Mi U' ii' n it. ii. Ki.i Ma*wOrklng otMa people, the rents are anghtly higher. I am told that the rents are proving tOO high f In determining the size and position of /ones, the following punclplei were adopted Sepurattuii of the commercial and civic uses from the residential uses and tM provision of an open space as 'Orel>reak* between them The grouping Into one building block of all Government uillce, JT^UH I-UMlion of a civic centre. %  oTppOiad of Uovemntent ooVea, new courts and T.-n Hall Siting of Industrial buildings at the leeward .n,l of 11.e f %  'M of good wharf side CadUtleg and passengerooepllon facilities The rebuilding of Castries Is living financed from three source* Colonial I>rvelopmrnt and W*lfnre. Colonial and Mld-i: Services and a loan raised by the local Government. The original estimate of • %  •( rebuilding Was £l.t>95B and this wsj* revised last year to f 1.431.9TBIt Is an ... Castries now that the money has run out 'gain, and theGovernor and Cotnnusatonei for Hec or. struct ion l/>ndon In i ile tources hal at least another million pci.nds will be needed to rimipjcte the town If the money • ng ami the speed of Ion i.i maln'ained the nwv i.i-'ri'nHild b" completed In just ab.'id a yi at from today. II it READERS SAY THE MBW BRIDGE BT BUB TWO (.Viicnimrn/ Sitcmliny Too Mut'h To UM Editor. The stdeocafr; SIR, rte.iMgleg DM a imaU 01 four widely read jourBM to i.mgiatulate the Hon. 11. V Cuke. M.L.C., for that masterful speech he made In the Legislative Council on Tuesday the Ifllh instant under Iho Capttoa i M Sending too much %  Sir, 1 will tell Government BOW a save thousands of dollars annually. Disendow the state paid ;nurch. The endowed Church was all gtd in the past hut. %  lerever one turns ong sill fiim a Mission Hall. 1 1any and the |>eop|e of Darb0 make every gflorl to get hold of those DMOaV H I of Assembly who mad* Hit .-HVndlng" comment nova a .hat with them, clear up the %  .pression and allow lha latlvaa of the people to ask him a question n tecluaji". at Oov lae he waited quietly and l'1-ttlngly until lie was ready to the Island, snd Ih) a Press Conferei.ce com; camera-clicking, to gjv.The h, • %  • If on %  %  '..-rufiit %  . %  : ferine as "ridiculous" NOMneni which he talked around but refused to answer satisfactoiily. Mrnnv.ii B, M <|uesUot nf whether the Caiiadian-Bjpervi ed runway at Sc\iweii is i^)NG miough or strong enough to take the Trans-Canada pfOPOBBa new p ... HIM. ehathor thty be aqulppad with turbo-jeta. gas-JeU or Just plain Canadlan-hotalr-JeU. lemalns unanswered. With thankff.i \>.K < Yougs sincerely. A. E. S I.KW1S. Bridgetown, 2Uth Mar n. 1952 Slrniifivrn CgUor, r'li /> %  %  ih i ear To sm. A vi i v ragrottal %  fi i !...<• WBMfa -'i'i hawo, of Utta, permlttod to i raop into !' % %  o.' yout nowipapei is that of ad 11 itaCawn of re Country by lUwngara .. i.,,-. if i M inarnlM i nuiitiy it j Ufsjd to 1-the l'i#J-t Of Uie llajan i-imil tin Such peo[ |t wan UM thai if the Island | dig DM agno *ith their health ; i i theii tomptrarnarrl tl i ramodi lay in tit' %  <-*l *>" By making use of Ink DUbUi ty you may perl. •!• I will'.' : %  i pa M funnv Hung. 'aPBtfl avoid DBblg Tdl we meet, MOM | NOTICE This is to inform uur Customers that we will be CLOSED FOB. . STOCK TAKING on the following Days: PHOKNIX PHARMACY—SATIIRD.W. 29TII KKI.IAHLK PHARMACY—TIIL'KSDAY. 27T1I IOIIN GILL & CO.—MONDAY. .1IST Drspensary Depts. will remain OPEN on these (losing Days Rubber Bath Caps Will Vou Kindly (Ct..c" KNIGHTS LTD. for Ladies and little Girls m Red, Green, While, Blue, Gold and Black. Sizes M nor. Major and Large Priced from flflr. to 01.W \ CAVE Ml I Pll I llll A Co.. Ltd. IO. II. 12 A II Ifroud Street CENTURY Baking Powder makes you sure of success! SENSATIONAL O I I E It TO MAKE ROOM FOR NEW STOCK. WE HAVE DECIDED TO OFFER f-'Off OlVi-: WEEK OA'LY A S>l VI I SI I M I IOS Ol LADIES' DRESSES AT 2 FOR $5.00 AMI A SI'MIU UIM'OI'.Vr OF 25/n ON ALL o l ill it mil ssi s IK Mlllh N. B. —No Alferations Undertaken C.F.HARRISON&Co.(B D os,Lld. DIAL 2352



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SI Mi \Y. M \lt( II 2J, IS52 SL'NDAV ADVOCATE PAGR TIIK1 I Al The %  %  ....,., THREE GOOD FILMS By G.B. EACH :1ms I have seen this Mrwk is Rood entertainment, and "M iy dulicull to make a first choice. That being the case, order of rrviewim; is of no K rticular importance. P ROOTS, showing ai the Two salient quatliofu are posed Plaza. Barbarees, is based on in this Aim—when is a spy not a Ji:inttvi behiiisl the G.-rma.i U;ibner who cleared and settled l"" 1: explotwa the meaning* the land years before. A colourful I ; %  "-" "* with inaigbt and period., of American htftffl ''"" show* tha> I i "iihon both iidea FARM AND GARDEN Then may be AGKICOLA hawaaar. Uan put on weight raplocally who have tried their hand . M | lb am) will develop into plump, at capoiuzing, but we have baen ? %  *• "' fo w w !" !" **" flashy, unskr and rry palatable unable to trice them and to learn ** r •** %  tneludes afty a*d-. U ble bta i. With the rlfht Inatruof their views and experience Our malr •" femalr—which may have memihe operation is simple to attention waa reeentl. attracted lo %  *• running around the yart lor perl -m and harmless la Ua an item %  Philadelphia Capon' tome law beforr destiny mtar,.. %  ,,„. Aa a result, the capon appeared en the menu of • visitrenea and "finally r^nf* !" hanea materially from IU forming tourlft boat, hence a note on consumer with the euphemistic ,. MUuroa. It becumea docile the the subject yetserallv mit he of labH chicken". ro ", ,b and "£*" £ ^ de -* lo ' interest A capon .. commonly dratrtbe* and the feathers grow The above Geacnpuon may be as a cocker.1 u.h.h has had n. re" giv ng the bird an atiranivc Juat.cnphnwntu.tourisutrom uradurtiw i.iaa removed when Philadelphia travelling on the 10001 fWo monthl old Sutplua boat flitd therefore, useful as a male birds on a poultry farm iff Ini pleasing advertisement — as so In a backyard can be an annoyM many deaeriptlve labels are—or BUM to both hens and neighbours, jrw lhat city may have been a collectTh.cy are n hint l ranee to f;amer# w< mi; |Oint for the ship's supplies) of and poultrv keeper* producing* ah market since male Tl this famous table delight There tat le < the producer ha lost no opportunity to make the film vivid. Blowing entertainment. The Technicolor is magnificent and the sclimiei. with the rotUng MUi <.f ttM Blue Ridge Mountains and The Smokies, covered in foll-ige that II more blue than green, together with the soil that i almost, bloodnil m-ike .i I nllinnt background of natural pageantry 'or the story. When the state of Mississippi seceded from the Union in 1880. Lebanon County, under it* powIhal frrxiuentlv it is an aliMa hairline that ra apart from tranor. There M no eulogy on patriotism; d is shown in all its terror and splendour and sacrifice. The Ji't.t BfeM <-f tin* true nnl %  ir-drama <-entra en an German boy who honestly believe* that he can best Bar** his country bv helping ha liritig about the downfall ..* ggaj vicious and corriipl forces that arfia. landowner Hpab Uabney. £ m "" r n '!' hfT JE'^u t J^T nA with of **' %  nP "frer** hi service* to secedes fi the help f*Kef. t h U Alev B ,^er ,h *"* "* '^'^. With farmers and an nrmy is formed Notwithstanding Iheir li.valty bravery, the local army M defe>ted in battle by the Onnden.i.soldiers, and all tlmt in lift Is the valley and the fmnilv' of their deep-rooted love for their po'itiou of an importanl Panzer To know that one can test garva ime's eotmtry by raghtI stouter i>st people 1 ifl during Ihe Hi I'-ick with his own peopliIn tin may be other reasons of which are unaware. Use of a place label does not reeeasarfly Indicate the actual source or origin of a commodity We know, for example, Ibat a bottle labelled Monlserrnt I-lme Juice* ia more than lik. K the product of Dominica the latter Island having superseded the former in the growing of the lime The original term, however, still servos as a trade name familiar to all users of lime )ulce. Similarly, the lerm •Worcester Sauce' ir only a trade nosne for a kusd or type of condiment. Thus, the term 'Philadelphia' applied to capon is likely, to lie just a whim or fancy designed to catch the eye. But. whatever the reason, it does bring publicity to the rity of that name and lo the suppliers of Ihe commodity in question. Now. we think the term 'Barbados Capon' ted would be equally rhythmical on a OK birds BuWed to run with the t tV k ause s t" • ponderarkM of Ut Mih do not keep wl well There arc -nil many people al who Htheve that n order for a m nt have a e. male which, of course. Is not the H case at all Beside*, cockerels alw lowed io mature are lough and unr palatable. Conwittd into capons, P giving the bird an atti I (lisfirctlve appearance. Cockc.i of the right age and weigh' not more than two pounds oi than IS ounces an reeomj led for conversion into capon* -fed. such birds will put on 1 -t a pound a month In weight i' ially on fea* other time I bflJ oblaln. Ibe .a erae family metl nig smaller bw* illy lasty and satisfying. We think of no more profitable miliimg 'iirphis eoekerels .1 lor breeding par<,\RI:MN<. HINTS KIR AMATEURS RFPOTTINf; rKNS The re-p.Kting of Feinia debatable point with many gardeners, vome hold that the family of Muldenhair ^houlri be re-potevery year, and some dl"rns| wl* this Bui should pnega* healthy, and Is not ided in the flower-pot it disturb ft i.r i" irl i of hard %  very small plecev land 1 wh^-' '„^'turVTw .'nor. "--'torn net'l ^'""i Sfi* have to dear and bring into proho ta lorn betwcv lw '"" %  Induction again. betwMg) two loyalties, decision to help the Allies never wavers and he gives his life Characterizations are colourful f r his country. with a vivacious portrayal b> ,ri lni ro| e. Oscar Werner, a Susan Hayward of Morna Dab>;" %  Vlennaae actor gives a distiey. Southern beauty with a mind tinguisned and deeply sensitive of her own; Van Heflin .s the l>Orformance. while Gray Merrill notorious newspaper oolMof whose *nd Richard Basehart arc splendid wit* are matched by his reputution American omeers in charge of for duelling; Ward Bond as Hoab '* manoeuvres and co-ordination Dabncy. whose pridu in the own"I underground acttviliea. The ership of his land overshadows balance of the cast is made up of his common sense and brings down noted German actors and selected the final holocaust and Boris KarG Is. loff as Tishumengo. Choetaw InBased on George Howe Chrisdian. servant and friend of the Unbar** novel "Call It Treason." family, whose %  flection, loyalty DECISION BEFORE DAWN w and wisdom make him a tOwW of filmed entirely in bomb-shattered strength. All these people help to Germany and the result is tense, weave the strands of a graphic exciting and moving entertainstory climaxed by n spectacular ment. r^iaasaS ?f %  %  ""l* l f' ween ? e ONLY THE VALIANT tunferate Cavalry and the LebaSnowitl g „ ,„. p,.,.. BM^ DivaaUgu| The Fern Sometimes a fern needs only i lo be taken from a small pot anttcd into a larger one. Bu botffj or club menu ami. If added a fern npt'r healthy, and Is not "V ,',"''" ; a ''',$ J*£ fV* jiSffj tp Ukt fg-A that it was a local proWereroVrofcd in the flower-pot It f^ "h^t ?^2J tw^i ITSS duct, would combine pride of w<..,ld Mem absurd to disturb it ft,^^ '" S^ ,WO or rV "' achievement with good publicitv and :h,moKt -ensihle thing would n v P'a>'f* """• %  o^^ value Well, what about It. hotel be to leave it alone until a re""P '<• "^-po* ^rns Is the month pan Uw fronds and lew thev trace hack to ancient of M"rch. At this time of the down in the dei M quet featured capon. recall that Neville C We seem to be done in nhe comfort of handOne musical background in perfect keeping with the iitmosphei the film. DECISION BEFORE DAWN ""rliifj?""'. .. . Itnm, ONLY THE VALIANT .. 111!, ". i pxce lt n, and "^ also n nim. like "Tap Roots' wtU an historical background, but f an entirely different kind. The period is 1M7 and the getting is frontier post on the borders of the Apache country. Taken from With a fine east, expert phothe novel by Charles v togmphy and sensitive direction. Warren, the lllm h an exciting DECISION BEFORE DAWN opens advenlurc. when a small garrison at the Globe next Wednesday, of seven United States CalvalryThere can be no question that this men are selected by their Captain Is an outstanding film, and will to hold a tort against the Indians take its place among the manoruntil reinforcements arrive at the able, pictorial achievements of outpost. The Captain, a rigid both World Wars. disciplinarian, (ells the men hU point firmly pot thua dl~. more plant* Con'nellTshort bng dry malerials and uninterIs possible to do this ojeralion. history of Barbados carries a retTuirted by showera ll s' "'">* i' ao ..-ntcl without taking the erence to capon figuring among the •'•'• '" "*** B 1 !" this sort fern u U l of the pol at all. Just cul viands of an old time vestrv get to have evervthing ready lo hand and remove the divided part fem Thu the art of caponbefore starting nnd the flrt ihtng hc po( after it is cut (hen till i/ing must have been practised l <" %  •* '" , '" the flower-pois |r,g in the apace with Ihe uoUirui locally nnd we hope not entirely lhat ,rp to be used are clean and mixture. relegated to the Umbo of things drY \n v lhl f( m ^ bcm -_, forgotten The lerm 'capon' sugyhf nex( ^^ ^ ^ pUggj-; fcpf>p „ n Bhady ()1 0 Ihe potting mixture In this ,r *"*?** tine, and keep it well %  pTnH.ns dtffar, tbl it bs •* %  ... known that ferns are very When polling the (etna a good — .-_ _w_.. -ee,mm.xlating things, and will "f yer ** hro * oekf or email roagga for seaxting them-name|ul(k ,. „„. ^ rtf n mo>t an M|L Monaa „,ual hnit be placed al the ly. their army records are such {ul na tnrally they will do even "ottum ** th*' pot. Neat fill the lhat they could easily be spared u .„„ lf wmw troUD |o u taken h "" fl ''J, w lh ,"* potting mixfrom the post — but. before the lo „ lv thrTn psj h ey need and ,urv A,,or t tu 't put in she fern. battle each man gets his chance to a mn,. trouble over the mixture f," ,lnili y down and nil up vindicate himself. Th 0 final batUe „ well worth while. There are "? C !" i "" 'i l ako U,e ,mirtl,K Is a fitting climax io the suspense various formulas for ferns. The L. P n m lhe fr nt too deep but that ia built up and ends in the mixture given here has gagal rout oi the Apaches by the new taken from the little book "GarGatUng Gun. I Rtf in Barbedoe for Amagests something exotic snd tie compared with the ordinary again trv .. have a nice judgment i mnlter and get it jut 'ight. Gregory Peck heads a good cast ieurs. and as the tough, hard-billvn officer, he adds yet another excellent characterisation to his long list of successes. Ward Bond, Vni Chancy Jr. and Jeff Corey each give distinctive performances in their separate roles while Barbara Pnylon supplies Ihe romantic. Interest. n.-'AItr the newly potted fern has made a start, and has been moved mm its real home In the. Fernery, see to it that the Is placed so that Vie fern plenty of room and air around cow It. S-c too lhat the pot Is turnii .MIL ed rinm time to time, for thi 1 part soot ensuios that the fern will grow I i^ail charcoal well pounded, into a IIBFO even shape Instead of 1 part ci.Bi.-c well v<,astie>l sand lopsided r.Miiii Mixture For Ferns 3 parts of sifted leaf mould. ^ part wood-ash 1| parts dry iounded made by JOHN WHITE means made just right JUST IE(EIVr.ll J a J Baby Oil .... LolUo Cream I'owder Chaae'a Kidney Pills Nerve Food %  iengsea Food (.r-iTooth Paate Iraaal InfanMI I Dr. Chi C. CARITON BROWNE Hhnleaale RctaU Irrtlggait Dial Ull lit Raehurk M. V^-X^-vVteV/'N 11 l lilt ii I IMtlMIKII'IIOS MII>HI CALL COLLINS DRUG STORES BROAD and TUDOR STREETS i >ii*im I'M \:;;i ( M.VI'SO M(aiT : rliiirv.. March 27, K.30 p.m. ROODAL THEATRES CARIBBEAN m\i mi % i in PRESENT THE GREATEST WEEK OF ENTERTAINMENT IN YEARS SO I HIM. Ill I OKI so somiM. I\III 7 NIGHTS OF CLASSIC EXCITEMENT WITH OLIVER TWIST 4 NIGHTS OF HIP-RIPPING SIDE-SPLITTING CALYPSOES 2 NIGHTS OF BRAIN-TEASING MATHEMATICS WITH INDIA'S GENIUS %  *? CALSVSO NIC1HT : Salurday, Mnrih 2'Jlli X.UU p.m. S/;IIII;:I\<, itm i % i it\ innn CALYPSOES! CALYPSOES! MARCH 27th. 28th. 29th. APRIL 1st. OVER /". I'l I'WIM.S IO KEEP toil l MIGHINC — BY — GROWLING GROWLER GROWLING TIGER SPOILER SIR GALBA ...flee wita hhri-u all the excitement of the world's meet (h.risbfd Rlory rmw to life! HOYAL III! Allll Oliverlwist t uoosi: YOLH ivitiurs ANNOUNCING ... INDIA'S MATHEMATICAL GENIUS MISS SHAKUNTALA DEVI Will Tell You the Filth Root of a 42-DIGIT NUMBER in a Split-Second EMPIRE MARCH 28th 8.30 pm. ROXY APRIL 1st. 8. p.m. h, a** art~-. ROBERT NEWTON AltC GUIW1F5S-K.n *ISH.(PCIS L SUILIVN MI WW" 5[f"'tN',0" March 2tlh—2.10 a.m. Only March 2lli— April Ml ITS OLIVER TWIST FOR THE SUBffCTIVlt MWO IT'S CALYPSO NIGHT FOR THE "BJJ.CTIVL KIND ITS INDIA'S MISS DEVI FOR THE TYPE THATS INVENTIVE BUT ITS ONE NIGHT OF EACH FOR THE HEART THATS RECEPTIVE TO KEEP YOU OUT OF THE RUSH: BALCONY and BOX TICKETS FOR ALL SHOWINGS OF OLIVER TWIST WILL BE ON SALE IN ADVANCE THIS WEEK. 9.00 -12 00 a.m. EACH DAY AND AT ALL SHOW TIMES &&&# $2 0 2 $ Z 2 $ $ 2 2 $ 2 $ 2 $ Z f %  * ? ? ?$ 2 -S $ $ t $ 2 $ 2 2 $ ? 2 2 2 Z 2^ 0^f# 0 ? Z Z Z 2 ? f $ 2 $ Z ? ?f^^?2? 2 i \\.\ I'Sd NKillT : FRIDAY. 2STH M\lt< II ISO p.m. oi.YMi'ir mi \ i in < M m0 SIGHT : TUESDAY 1ST II'RH. u % 



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SUNDAY, MARCH 23, !52 SUNDAY ADVOCATE PACE sriEN I SAT WITH HORRID FASCINATION AS THESE TWO ( MADE 'STREETCAR' A 'CERT. X' FILM LEQNAKD by LEQNARD MOSLLY r pHAT pungent pot or theatrical muli.guuwny Known M STREET CAR NAMED DCS IRK was ladled out In film form lo its first Britlal Warner Cinema, London. audience at a preview at Ui li turns out to b* visuadieed performance, you wili have had a gJrapM' of what relauoos bet noa u the sexes must have been like in the Stone Age. H Is married to Kim Hunter, and they live in a two-room All In the sleazy honky-tonk district of New Orleans railed Desire. She is going to have %  baby, but it doesn't stop her husband from beating her up when she annoys him. To this monkey-house of marital bliss comes Blanche du Bois (played by Vivian Leigh) to stay with her *lster and brother-in-law. She is a vain mi: no HOME II. IHHHHIM HVKhlM v. i doss roar tteaj boms ot to-ejr look like? Doss it ft eg >f washing machines ml praaat re cookers in the i gadgets by the score ioom* Or are you one .ho are not yel asneWthapp> Which ever group >" *" u are given a sporting ih'" u ,honv 3M Ha:.. VAKI.ON HHASDO vJotarri dom* S( VIVIhS LEIGH and pretentious woman with hej i.nves >n tinedge. But she insists on pretending that she is still beautiful, U1I young, cultured and aloof. Her simian brother-in-law ^eca through Uic venter and. because she snubs him for his vu*anties, lightly ruins her life. Finally, without any visible Sign of concern, he watches her taken to the madhouse. When 1 saw u •'Streetcar" as a play 1 thought it sordid ami nasty. As a nlm it Is much more attractive. Vivien Leigh, as the girl whose poetic dreams turn into loathsome. b ... nightmares, gives the performance of her life. She use s her eloquent Angers if id the features of her lovely face like the strings, brass, and percussion of a powerful orchestra. ear the lesigned by ,g and Local Government ,il .lUractlun. Tney >,U\hiHAl i'\l anen of a replica of an Ideal* ALMOB KriRlis" -.illage, constructed %0 scale iristde Otyragda, Londom'a home M %  vhibilione. Built round n typical green I II market cross, the village; has all '.he customary ameulUee— .. iu' ., village shop, even a littlebrand) bank. these houses are built .' Itntish housewives demands and i e not for "export", they k\i with innovations pracother country. Althongi mall, the houses aro not crimpe.' and nmn.-y aro saved |B Qf KitTklors. built-in nnd bed settee*.. One end of ..il-purpose room serve* for dinBut Brauuo — with rough, Ing, the Other foi living* This la ravaging ways, with smashing shown to iv .. perfect!) practiceJ tnd with a grunting way idea even in a small room For of talking and ahfflitfWt— If Ihi I .i--l. one und ..in !-• .nncealed gTOaa the other. V Of tail, visitors to 1 still think btrocteur is „„. ,,„., H)inM Exhlbt uon are nut MI much a Una play as a ft | W „ ys ottnkctad to the n ewest dramatueu apsch, ,., | ]hl It excites no pity il draw. Would yon like electric shoe no tsars. Bui it I* something to u> dry wet shoes, or perhaps on go and watch in horrid fasefnelectric tea cosy to keep the teaIt's so much e.i i —and so very, verv attractive. The Vll.LA4.iK SHOFP1NO CENTRE at J MORAL QAP .' %  I1AST1NOS ra you II Bnd V de Lima's ^'^ZaS^^S\ I %  Hutlenly %  in all eakairs ation. MM* art o/ €> t*jn $!; sBtfj i y QUIET SIT-DOWN .Hit u, Minton and Delft all beautiful .ii-.play The Id.h H.mdpulnted PorcHskii IF i.tiaontiiiat ilv Mettttful The (iold.M.hTrier Original Figurines, of courseare world famous. Price* are esadly the satm%  • in T.'wn • • %  Now Books -ilioiis.iii.l-. ..( then, thst raneX' from Clasf-K-.l. 4ieoijnehlcal. Novel—the very latest Autobtoeynphlei and, of course, Children's Books. An aai seicitim, Usdeed and lin ". ills ol the ftjDVOCAl I BTA%  "* TIONERy ih. d SI and in then "" VILLAUK bianch lo IIALMUK \l QAV Then | New Yorker Albtini In givr you lumi4>f still, you mo-' I \ he tor nM) wtso I reads will lw douhh inti the new Parkei M ,. hei:ighl in the maidle of the paper all (Una aHtchart Ad. See what What more can be a dded j ..-eptinjt to say thai BFMJWClM in _'8. M; iu lbs Kegs Here's .. BBJBJI IL .it can not only make en. ugly ;. beauUful hut keep It !'iat way. Tor Concrete. Stone, Fibre neerd. Sand-Lime, you'll : .. 1 SNOWCKM from C S Pitcher i botot for indoors pad SNoWt KM II unaffected u> climatic conditions. This is a top-flight Bicycle K .. wd as low aa (61 BO The new s A. Bicycles have several novel features Im-ludteg .. 3-%peed Twist •,rol and a very clever ;mg that Is di mak."of machine. Cost is $2.40 and all bother of propup your bike hi taken care Itb tinhandy %  edge! There . ,-v. r .i US A t. 1. %  fn-i' when iu choose and. if you're %  af two remaining B R A Motorcyc l e! f""ii this Ko nt wlpmisil .a Hi-dman Ai CHAPMAN PIHCHER today "imlup Ihe More Enrrn Mur • irjctm-e'" mill Home advl< on relaxing given h> Pro tesvor Fleanur Melhen> her bsok en "Bo livnamlea."* M i ANY women alt so %  badly that an evenlings roading in an armchair tires them as mucr. .ts a spell of scrnboing ai the waahtub rney ui don to taKe in-.o^loff their teat, but de nothing about takma ihe Wsd ..rt Jielr bocfc rhe UlUe sketch loeJow. I*H ttiows a tiring silting position The girl la relaxing, naturally out her body Is getting only a fraction o( Ine rest it could have Look at ber Deck. li ta sopported at only two points. sasewhere it U und.r arajn from nc nii'i of gravity. Her tiead u getUng no .^appoi from the chair Her neck is doing all the stork. Ttie ainaci<* a] tier legs would be less u-nse If her feet were the floor. www W^^ %  further Adavt Hie bod ei.TO/sre ot tn rial' U >r.armum rspporr from When norkina at Ihl l •sole 'he chair Jioula < %  in o close '.nai M edge almost touchr. uw Sit all the pea baa i distribute Ui' 1*1 ihe Miirv .ard from the hip Jo.ni 10 cr a 'he eve* in line with li iap the n-ad m %  l.ne as straight as t* %  >, r %  %  '%  Itoad w * A good (ativue-oodgirito let the bead lose II aith gravity lor u m I uroppimi it t^-fc-rd on the Then isut it slosh TO %  pea the strain on 'n muscles ot ihe neck. professor Uethenr g-> •omen this advice tut down on chsir nh eleganci' I ..close %  •nosgii liie call ol t pot worm'' There u a host gadgets for the kitchen looker, %  %  level null, which tc i oven and cookiruc timers which when it". I" the appropriate houi. ring bell to announce that the meal A fiunt-dooi 'Visitor scaasser", h. Kin ut nervoue houssnulders, hi S telasfOpie deveM whnh lixeh OB the Wdhl dour and gives a prevn r the visitor. All bouses are furnished to the The Dominion Bureau of SUrontemporary st>kand provkda inBpiraHiH. lotyoung moderns. There anWtoker lamps, venetinn l.llnds of light nti-tal, and indoor CANADIAN BREVITIES Hli.Hi i; KPVCATION srRVEY tlstlcs has released Its biennial survey of higher education Canada fur the two years, 1 AS> OT SHOES In men my r N ha\e v.iu . in them .• Cav.lot quality Titles fUiepherdS" Jtlel ha*. Btojern tad the colour choice is ex.'Hent. Duajg Qlna sn.--. N.V t; rea Ivors rial and Whlto m Si.c.ic \mi Pull Bn in Bemi t riots '" •"•P" '" ia Bm J* ,u b.k-bunding. luundn, lpiguC]i Ul Wmi:k n .,„„ Brown u...inehsda atgats ami iwrders. i l-rv;' ua "'',willii\v 1.-.1U a; well aWhite NuY.-u'll And them at the I Btseh with plain lionl* The Cotton Factory Ltd h < %  i every .1-| lu a furmal in mfti(/c/?/brm's Mai.liin lie Mrapid* bra If a l.i .K.S.IOH 1,011 > our calendar. llii ilreain ol a bra is designed h>i vou! Maidenette Straalesa i the moat fashionable psrtv-goei ever! Wonderful under hareOi.iuldereH eveuing ololbej ol OOCkSall dres-e-. Maj.leiirlle* StnpleM K e en ill. nt figure ooofroL inlv m-e|. ni.ik. it BH ininr: feslher-In/hi bestinggee> port-.nil .'atIn whilf nr Ma. V in * So nat on Eleanor Metheny in her brilliant manual. The right-hand saeuti shows a folly relaxed sitting possuon. MeOrsw HUI THC WRONG AND THE The girl's nesd and tek s'1 cumlurtsblv cushioned Sifing too far 111 s cJuwr ran M Just as fatiguing as sit/.ing wc near the edge ^he professor says. The lu-gs have -n ixbraced lo prevent the body sliding down Turner so energy L. waaied. s k i iah tiy and enorU<*sIy in sn> ohauu 11m pi* :— tie doBiw as far as Ihr ve the $4.10 average at January 15, I9.M, while the per month rale with board wi $86.00. a jump of $11.00 $75.iH( The Mtsonal without board was $5 7t up $0 aantfl from $5i0, and d' $12100 per month. Drool Ilv lh> time that people hnve iimueetsM the *i* id.wl' hcpmes, %  ml seen endless 'ideal' gadget*. tliey are find enough lo net thoir .sliibltion f>et in the ideal aardan TTioae gra only a short step ii*. Ttte vlailor, inspired by the f,^ visti of formal gardens, ihe rock vrage Kan lens, masses of flowers nnd the I ner dav *h-i.bbery cornea away with rosy A0, and dre..ins for transf-rtHiing Ms OWi$11.00 humble plot nnd rare. SEW YOUR OWN HIGH FASHiOXS GUIDE NOTES ENROLMENTS On 6th March Mrs. O. H. IWard District Commissioner visited 31st Guides (Barleys Glrla School) and enrolled 3 Guides. On 27th February Mrs. 1st lacking of the members ef the Local Association. Mrs. O-Mahoney Rangers (Queens College) npp ealed to the members to asstV Ranger Fair At Pax Hill held a successful Talr at Pax Hill on Saturday, 15th March. The Rangers hope to camp in Trinidad in August and the proceeds IM Guides of ,ne Fair wU1 go to thelr Camp %  Bjd Fund. 1th the Cake Stall at the Girl '.uldes Fair, for the Local Assolatlon was responsible for thif-. he also appealed to them to get cw members to join for it was eceeaary to increase the memberhip. Ward visited (Ebepezer Girls School) ana ,., „,. halpad the Guides with vartou, T-* Annual Meeting Of The tests. Local Association The Annual Meeting of the Mrs. A. W. Scott .District ComLocal Association was held at Pa* mlsskmer, enrolled 6 Guides at Hill on Thursday, 20th March at St. Ambrose Girls School. Mrs. 4.45 pun. Mrs. O'Mahoney. the Griffith, the Headteacher. some of Chairman of the U>cal Associathe ether hMohers and some of tion. presided at the Meeting, the girls of the School ver* which was attended by 30 mempresent. After the Enrolment rebcrs. Guides of the 6 and 7ih Comfreshmerit* were served Miss panies (St. Michael'* Girls Bynoe, the Gulder in charge arid School) with Miss Manorie Femthe recruiU deserve a special men. berton and Miss A Goilop, entlon for she has helped the girls tertalncd the members with the *** *''}? l 'foV"-^"autU\9 of to work for their uniforms They rtory of the World Flag and Inbe home before W* !" 0 ** 1 have raised the money for tnss tcrnational Guiding and thensang June, The Chief 1 purpose bv a Fair a*4 hava sna-ie songs -and rounds. Ihe Island and sold s'weets during larin-thne. CoBfnisaioner. n he report inrinn., -("" %  ^.•V'Vuur'i'ng'ln The Comuanv will now *— — *--' % % % %  — K !" uttniiv in..Mutant eived wniir tered as 13th Barbados New* Of Th* Chsef Guide The Chief Guide, with her Secretary, is on a lecture tour to the .'nitcd States. She will visit over .0 cities In 10 weeks snd one may inaglne how verv strenuous ami exacting this must be, especially ,i most of the travelling ta done ;.: night. When the tour in the states Is over, she will go lo Can1 there and will not die of thanks Guides of Barbados for their report. 1 urthday Greetings, which s -,.: brewed how vitally important it eived while was to hsve the support and rennsylvania >s>pi 5, ao v ,-x a M a •*Miw<*A**'ii*'*Tms+*ss*'s**'ss-'S' VWSSfSfy ONLY A LIMITED QUANTITY AVAILABLE! EWING'S (CANADIAN) "CHAMPION' 9 PREPARED MUSTARD GZ jar — 25 C. -OBTAINABLE FROM ALL GROCERY STORES — Fot Your SANDWICHES or light SNACK. this Delicieai MUSTARD is just the THING! 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PACK FOI-R SUNDAY ADVOCATE C£T mtna W.I. NEED PACEMEN SAYS GODDARD l ennis Ti'iim For Jumuivu Selected OBTAINABLE FROM ALL ItADihG SlOlfs LOCAL AGENTSJ.WPOITEP ITm0f : 8Y VCTOsEVEfttTT LTD. BTHERSIOnE.EnGLflnD IAt>( IT tut HONKS 0 IUCKIAII ABBII UITKFAST T\H WIXE i BRYICP.EEM keeps your hair right in the pictr %  """"' *"•• %  -%  cm I For hamlsomc, %  *' %  "' '., ur hi rurroilt and 1 '' % % %  Offset*, %  biting hah FOB HAT-LONG U\ O. .s. LOPM.S IHN i.oDlMHD returned from Au.-.mdad on Tuesday. Although u i had not MCI) hi* family fur. nibs yet he Ha* kind enough to spare m* n.ileij on hia arrival. He confirmed me view that 1 had expre**ed alLhll column and that la that ., • fast men, capable ol bowling (ZT\ \ with lunVieni •pint and thrust as first of ail to tetaraana equilibrium, and secondly to %  i Both rj Gomez expressed a similar lb*) arrived some day* before him and mill.. tun to no otherwise. 1 am glad thai %  and unequivocal terms Ml SLTl'UKT TOO f TOO support a iould now start bowling ahort and bowling iion>cii>c Ii they had the necessary pace they shoulu L* trained from the point I.I uracy, guile and thrust. I ha.i %  ... tU-iman OnfUih. .rod I am sure that he would not mind my quoting him In this respect because 1 think ihal It sums up both snipper Oodflud'a views aim subject and that is that a man mu>t be a bo\w> .u attempt to bowl bumpers bat the West inuiea cricket aupparentl* ignoicd responsible opinion in Wesi i I now that has advocated that pace bowlers U ... lui must be trained and not sclect,UOO after a single Inicrtolonial scries must surely be. PACERS NEKDEO G that ihcy arc needed. In thi* re*i... i % %  :.. %  .... WHWI picviously expressed by Iwu pUyan Mho are senior in national cricket Ueld. Can the Vest Indies crick** inllinMlej afford to ignore this i : thought, Ii nut) I.I. ii to be converted or dls.i .ipcns in lVbi -53. in British Guiana and there has been be .. chanaa in the administration. The re. iiiwi bodies must bear In mind that ... be (landing over to them the safe%  iiij i-nyi appointments made by them snould be nuoe witn a fuii m oa a ura of responsibility. II -picable propaganda methods directed at candlu.iVs and above all they must choose men strung .in net at a level that ensures I i .'Npcclable position in World cricket circles. ARE PROFESSIONALS AVAILABLE ? T out int lact that ail the professionals, Worrell, WalCQtt, '.' %  ...-nail might not be available n India, ii nuat DO i' lumbered that the opinion of Goddard himself ami -an take care of IffUa if We of our pi otcMJonaU Sun i ; %  ill Mirr>, the manager ol the u-.iin to Australia la the one pcisou who can Uirow any light .i. llowi-vi-r Mi. Merry will have to report .. ,i i the rtght of the member bodies of the West 1 i IcfcOt Hoard of Control lo be apprised of the true position. l! tni.s is su, althougli 1 am sure that lucre is no immediate talent in the West Inuies to substitute for any one of the lour players jus*. m ssnUoni tit blbeir further experience of a tour to Australia, then UM West Indies must set about at once to tackle whatever otjataelcs lie in I he way of our obtaining the services of these i professionals. hlllng tins, howevei Bliefa m may be stunned at the prospect | without on* or more Of them, wc will have to tackle the ptrOtream at ones M mily i npt aetiun will help to cushion the blow i in case they are not available. TALENT SPOTTING I SKrl 'l %  i i.. II..\I in '.italcd .. MIICHI,. foi talent spotting. Tina should be taken up at a West Indian level. I agree that Mild be an effort by CCOtroUing bodies ui West Indian terri. ill themselves, but too long have we ignored n,e (laid <>l the Leeward and Windward Islands that in the past have OUlviem UK) Mignou to mention just two at random. Surely West Indian cricket delegates should witness the Cork i'up f anv es played by IAVW.HU and Windward Inland* teams and report back in innr (III ndldates tu be vetted. 1 should ol the feeble effort at trying out crick of St Lucia and Mason of St. Vimi-in tor the W.I—Australian lour. TENNIS TEAM ULBCUD E RIC P. TAYLOR, J. D. Trimniiniihaiii and D. E. Wormc as reserve. h.i,. bean selected by thu Council of the Barbados Amateur Lawn rennj AssociaUoa o repn en! Barbados in the Brandon 11'ipny games in Jamaica. I nave been informed thai Ih nUght mid it posalblo OOUi u s enu (WO Dlayan u\Miig to the high cost of passages and m i %  %  f 111 L %  They are howevei n daavoUrlng to raise suillcienl funds to defray the cost of sending Uie thud i I I hope for the sake of Barbadosalready Umiti M that it will be (KMSiblc to send threeplayers otherwise it woUd mean thut should two players gp, they vali bare t< pUkj two Singles as well as Doubles, on threo noons, ait the beat of live sot*. This will be U risk in aikliUon to tjelng a tcrrillc Una, ir eitheri ol ttMot bacomgf ai or meets with an accident, Barbados will have lo forfeit the game. : thai the Association has circulated all the leading spoils dubs soliciting *l--r atiuiis. hm .,., far their efforta have not met with success. Thia venture, in in> ..pn IcSL n. i.nmit i.ds itself at once to public Mipport as theie Is every possiblhly of the Association receiving ^ gaisaroua donation from the proiit from the tour m Jamaica and this faT.,if a !" "? .ff* co d,t ?"'naT a portion of the land at the Pine lor use as_Association grounds. Barna One Point Ahead Of Q.C. BAJtNA. by scoring a ioux-one wi %  %  < U. have retainag) their lead in the Ladies' Inter-Club Table Tennis Championships. It takes a lot to beat the Barna team. 1 was one of the many who thought that Adelphi could at %  "•cure two matches if not beat Barna if the draw was favourable. The draw was very reasonable. It resulted in the players well matched and doubtless to say. v.looked forword to the overthrow ol the Strathcly worry Miss Manning. Service changed at 16—14 and later at 20—15 in favour of Mis* C.irrlngton. Then Ml** Manning found her opponent's weakness. She discovered that pushing the ball hard to her opponent s backhand did not pres en t a problall I*y doing this she hindered Miss Carrington from getting on her beautiful cut shot. MUs Manning brought the game from M 19 10 Mac* a* everyone cheered loudly. She got the following two points to win 22-20. Takes the l,ead Inspired by h-v lead. Miss Manning took the lead in the %  tecond game. Mivs Carrington brought points even at eight all. Miss Manning however regained the lead Service changed at IK—16 in her favour. By this time Mlas Carrington appeared to have lost .-onlldence MisManning won easily. 21—16. A On page 5 Football FixtutHis Rafrtr* O nraham Unnnm H. WiUun and O Amory Tturrtiv (J Noli, ii.niv ,-,. Empire -' %  t.-e O 9 Cwm i ind C Howtiford < •riiun n Spatlan •r^ Gni*i.. i"M W HDJIX ai.n B Patn.. at RalaiM J Parra. Cabi* A won— .. rouiitfaUoa al UJidM Hall RpfriM S Parr., Tuw as-c.u*.r v. YMPC • %  %  '• at ..„. .-J. %  gta#ahM r n Wlllanu fSlmtnl v. Lda P al OanlM>n H-f-r. r U,„d. t. O. B-.x ai Bar HAia IHAL NOSMARTNiS: 6Btt 'uj,, 1A m s ij aVKW SI OIKS s> tf&* .0^ I CYCLE rovnts. I Tims od ||! ACCESSORUSS H x I. Carrier 2 a If Carrier Hill Carrier 26 2 x li Carrier 26 a 1' i it 0.1,1 fUclag 26 x 1'.. Champion Mil", Roadster 26 a i* H Champion Ml 11 'Haek ..oailater 2H k ||| rink Roadster 38 x V %  Cream |:,, J( |.ti Mil'; Cambrldtc 28 x 1>J Champion Brakr HI— kv Run lanes. Handle Bar QftfSj, pedal Kubbera Pumpi, I'ump ( on,,. Mudcu.irrl Plaaa] UnMi-r ^otuiTon Valve Rabber. Saddles. 18 X l' : Cliromipi lr,t |tim ECKSTEIN BROS. Bay Street KaaaaaaaMwH.a^^^r-.' !" f 1 • • %  • u %  ; . i AT1ILKTICS SKt-KETARV RESIGN I BB that Mi. j. w. B. May mud has resigned as Secretary of the %  ftmygui AthJsrtie Asaeadatlon 0 f Barbados. Mr. Mayngrd baa rendered sterling .-eivne to the nowly formed Asaoclation during his rafSjsM eg SLU^.I^ Public memory is notoriously short and the work of a Secretary such as Mr. Maynard who helped to revive local athletics after a oS!? e i.. h.Um.ihun mlghl well bo promptly forgotten. I recom; %  '"' "'"' I rttng public for their thanks and appreciation of OU work which might DOI ha known .-v-n to. that branch of nincom..„.'ii1 i l L, l, i l n up al Uwi ' r l Meolinm of Associations in cricket. ST"! alh !" %  what you will, roiuidetely ignorant or the history 1 ASMCL.I ,.i pr.K'er.1 to use their tongues and umr voiea in no uncertain manner, evitn it unlntclllgently. J. Arvli r.HindalHNi v. V.MPC "Aal Batklaa Road. -((( K. Walroil Bvtrion v. CarHan at mk Rock K>l>r-r A I'arn. Polk* va Pick wickHiivan al KrntinaRvfnr* A Thomaa. C O. Bor v Wandmn at Combat%  e I Hatrhlnaoa. rrr M C 0 no., v. Puika at Comllrt^,. K W.lott iri^ ,l ""n v "icj UB "* r "' ramdMm *Tt %  Carltun v Cumbarnwta at Black Rridve <" aasaktaeJ Waniirr. n VMPr -B" at Bav Ii' I %  D Wilaon P Rovrr. al H-aiOcd Hall By Spartan 3-0 Maying a ver muetl gaiBSL Spartan > defeated Kaniaou College by 3 goals to nil when the second round. Of th.I1.A.F.A llrst division fixtures l^gan at Kensington Oval. %  ..iis another good crowd in attendance, and Hh somewhat disappointed in the fnct Uia* the Colleax tram. i"..u.i. starting a good game, laj manv errors which militated against their chances of saving the game. touched oil, kicking towards the southern goal, and after the College del. thwarted their first effort, the school boys began lo show somo of Hie form associated with this team at the beginning of the This nturn to form was most %  Video) dining the llrtt fifteen minutes of play when with good combination and constructive play, they sent the Park team on thedefensive. The two Tudor brothers. Paul at centre forward and ) % %  Fernando at Uistda right, concentiated mare on dribbling Into ttW goal than on taking shots even when Inside the penalty area. T01 often did they do this, and as a result, the ks were able lo recover when beaten and passed, and very excellent opportunities were missed when tho school team was deflnrtal 00 top A GIMHI PUSH The Spartan team after the lapses by the school boys, succeeded 111 organising themselves, and soon Jenunott got a good pass on the left wing, cut in and sent in a grounder with his right foot. beating Smith, the Coliuge custodian to open RTe score for BB irtan The College defence was not undaunted, and they staved off many a Spartan attack, but each time, the forward line bungled their chances of equalising. Another goal came for Spartan when Grant al Uuida) ughi aanl one across to Jenunott on thg I.i 1 wing for this player to cut in and take his second good shot. Alns> ley Glttens. the Spartan centre forward, however, was in position iuid converted. The interval was taken wiUi no change in the score, and when play wai resumed. Spartan pus.-ed the ah j %  .t to increase further ttu-u i school boys were aUo trying desperately for their llrst goal, but %  gall) the Tudor brothers continued dribbling into their opponents' goal. Defence Tirinjr After ten minutes. |h< OaftDtM began to -how signs of I the Park team taking advantage of this, p u p they had Into the attack. THey played quite good football, and their short passing was nearly always correct. They succeeded In enhancing their position when Griffith kicked a good corner which Gin1 received and passed to Ishmael who sent in a pile-driver which rel>ounded off the net. leaving the spectators aghast. During the final stages or tho game, the College forwards allowed numerous chances to go abegKing. and the final whistle found Spartan winners by three goals to nil. — i ^4j t produce.! better ftakM than we have 1 %  ^-"l'_ %  naW many years at thu particular Uxture. The ret*.^ >^'iB# number of 106 is not very much larger than the r ^/~^W pre.iou* best, but it is mainly the quality of the 1 \ j'fl l.elds and not the numerical strength 00 !" iiiipresses. For many mi Park has been suiTering from a : good horses racing 10 the top class. 1ms has been going Miice I83W. liut this year Iht lop fdafg event, the Leaseholds bag atuacted both quanut) .mo quahty. Th : rfiiu of these at least live can i* numbered among the bes* the West indies at present. If we numUi Astrion ..mixig those fur which high ho;. < irei naif the Held Is soinettini, A S 1 see it those with the b." n the Ueasaooldi Trophy, but at Uie tit. Kami.. Tuft II. Golden tjuip. Noti mti. HeUlean and Mirk rwaJn. Between iBhould not be mucn to choose except with regard to Mark Twain *ho was in very poor form at the Cn It ** 1 My •xaettj what his trouble was. but I would not be 1 ui prised to hear that the hard going */] to do with it. If Mark Twain's form of last June 11 recalled and again hu i ia tfnr iiiai Kai at Arima, where he woo onea, II ii it leir.embered thai he gave of his best when the going was soft. In that case we may have to rule him out once more on the Of latest reports wim,, indicate Ui-i th going -t Union is on the hard side. With the other four it looks as If we shall be in DM %  iMittle royal. %  -[tvtive displays, both at the Christmas meeting and the Barbados March meeting so recently concluded, it is clear that the harder the going, the better they will Kandy Tuft II should be the favourite. After racing two seconds iixture. bo showed 11that he was still running into %  %  inning his third raofl and than running well again when 1 '.calculation on the part of his rider seemed to rob him of At Union 1 .should imagine bsj will be in better form due to his having acclimatised himself more. But what dill. bl ins favour will not be much over like Nolonite and to diaw a line between Ihe.two, one can easily refer to the performance of each against Fuss Budget. She bat recently beaten them both. But while she allowed a few pound* to Kandy Tuft II when she did so. she was in receipt of many pounds from Notonite when she defeuted him here a few weeks asm \V/' ,,r;N comes to sprints. He!h,an is perhaps the one with the ^Lli bcst ehancM and Judging from the way he was run at thu tnrtstmns meeting, his connections seem to think it a slur on such nnsj horse in allow dim to run m r GUH for %  athotoafi bo • %  classified In this division. I do not think he ran one race in It for thctuire meeting. But he did so well in the handicaps with g<--i weights that I do not think the difference, now that he finds himself in A, will mean very much. mm aboui which 1 WOUld not like to commit. :. paper very often. Above 1 1 xluQed her m U.e ton is not much to choose between. But ^erhaps I shouli ha\i the proviso; "If lit and raeuig true." 'otherwise she will 1-. just as easily and ridiculously as she has been for tho last year or more prior to the Christmas meeting. I heard 11 said by someone id be in the know that the Christmas meeting was the tlrs' at Coll* Itefrir* A. Th. Colkac v. YMPC. "A" Hatrir* B 1'aiiu INIII -1 II.M.I lda* va. c;ollep at LodS*. O an* "ILLUSTRIOUS" DEFEATED A one day cricket match at Chelston Gap, Culloden Boail. ended in an outright victory for Mr. Fields' XI last Thursday. "FIRE THAT IN" - %  FIERY JACK The Modern K ,,.Olfilmrnt For SUIT Joints Alfkaftg Mils, nl:., Aches And Pains "GIVE PAIN TI1K SACK WITH FIERY JACK'' On tale at all DRUG STORtS Frank 6 Arrtulrong Lid Agents : ll the was really at her best because she had taken such a long time to acclimatise. Far be it from me to deny this. 1 have Known others lo take longer. But It docs seem ridiculous to force such a good horse and delay her accbmatisation", (if it may be so ,v ncU > LI,...,, ailmcn With owners in the W.I. There has even been the case of the horse whose owner was forced to allow him the necessary Uine lo acclima•^"f.*^ 1 hc b / oke *•*'" aflt r two * u,ck meetings. That is reallv doirag it the hard way, isn't it I •* 1 alao see that Lagan Is on the entry list once again, This 1. not surprising although, of course, there is no certuinty that he wi.J face the starter. Some tune ago it was rumoured that even Jetsam might oine back to racing. The latter incidentally has sire, I bunch of horses U p here who will be seen this year as two-v. while hm already has some three-year-olds t 0 his name raring in 1 ruudad. Hacf-i In B class and C class al Union have produced their aiu-.I crop of new names and older stagers all mixed up. It is difficult to lick out any as potential favourites from this distance. I notice thai uoc of the few visitors in these classes W IU be Mi. Cyril Ii 1 southern Cross. Sho Is staging a come-back. f'J the creole classes the feature event will be the Easter Guineas. A well thought up classic for three-year-olds over 7 furlongs this will be the .second renewal. There are nine final acceptors and as 1 t^f. y !" cnUonc :l some weeks ago the outstanding favourite is Bright l-lght. The rest of the Held consists of: Ctalre de Lune. (Potoraitarice). The Ambassadress (Coat-of-.\i Mark Light Mi in Virk-F.Lstnct). April's Dream (Jim Crackerjack-April Showers). En Prix (Jetsam-Sun Maiden), Drury Lane (Roidan-H.B. m.irei, Flying Rock (Rockphoon-Really Flying). Gallant Rock (RockphoonLeap Year). JT is not known if the New Union Park Turf Club intend to leave this classic open to all horses bred in the B.W.I, in future yean, but at present it might be the only one In existence In which our Creoles can be seen against those of Jamaica. I say "might be*" because I am not sure of the condition^ of the Derby Trial Slakes at Arima. In any case if they are both left open they will perhaps, one day, be the most important classics in Uie 11.W.I. For in all others the Jamaicans arc for the Jamaicans while Barbados and Trinidad for 1 verybody else except the Jamaicans. Providing that Bright Light is fit I see no rea-on why she should hot take the race rather easily. .The entries for the last two day* at Union have not yet been published and so It Is not known whether she has been entered In any of the C class races. It 1 very probabathat she h.s not been, so that if she is beaten in the classic, the horse who defeats her need not be worried over as far as future classification ia concerned. But It would be very interesting to see the reshuffle after the meeting if Bright Light is beaten In the classic and then wins an open C class event. Her main rivals will be Gallant Rock and Drury Lane with April's Dream as the great unknown quantity. The laH named has not been een on the traek since she ran here last August as a two-year-old when she won her first race and was then beaten in her second. Her (MtfMl it was said was due to "ore shins. This will therefore be her third encounter with Bright Light and each having had a'victory over tho other, it wl'l be interesting to see whether April's Dream has made the abnormal progress which Bright Litht made between August and December. In class D I see that Paris Is due to make a comc-buck while the newly reconditioned All Baba is al-o prominent on the list. Cross Roads is also on the list and It would be fortunate Indeed If both himself and Paris could recover their true form, which we know would border on the exceptional if only they can reproduce It. '//A../.,/,,,., ,/ //„,,/ V,,,;,„„„,„/„/, SEE THESE NOW At LOUIS L. BAYLEY BOLTON LANE Sole Representative for Role* Watches aRiacs QUICK RELIEF FROM STOMACH PAINS DUE TO INDIGESTION If you iuWrr from STOMACH PAINS, FLATULHNCB, HEARTiH'KN. NAl I A of M II>U V ,lue to IndigeatMn, E imi ONE IX'SI of MA( LEAN HKAND STOMACH ttlHK v talaoccd l.-rmula prea you really ejakk • I %  fSSsVeti in TABLET form. MACLEAN BRAND Stomach Powder SOLE AGENT! K


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SUNDAY, MARCH 23. 1MJ WNDAT AnvOCAT: r M I i n i A.W.A.B. PREPARES FOR JUNIOR SHOW |*WO sets of eliminations were held durlnj Ihe week by the Afnaleur WeighllTfting Association In preparaFlenmans bodywelght i MTj Brathwaite snatched 1*5. I#S pound*. He B. luceessful at hi* and WO whii^ rreeeod was DM* MAP. 23 — NO. 216 The Topic of Last Week for the We.ghtHfting Show und oaiwj |an first and at cod attempt* at the press unh ISO and 170 but failed in hi* third attempt with IM Layne weighing 142. had the edge nn him in the pre*Ht *. .ful with li I) with 1*0 Hall. lt|. WM iee*iUl with his Aral attempt lift and finQueen' urday nigh Park Slee iht lake pt-ee at , h Hh Sh ^ 1 IT *"" >M Hefelled In clock So far only thrre I ;.dle* have entered for the Mi't Bridgetown Contest but the Association is looking fotwaid t an increase in this number lo mr i dozen by the end oi next week The Mis? Bridgetown Contest la one of the great attractions of the show. For the honour. Mr Barbados Jnr. there are twenty-one entrant'. The average height Is five feet, seven and a half fitches but the men all have beautiful bodie* This Contest will provide a headache for the judges The first Mt of eliminations was held at York Barbell Club. Black Bock on Monday night There lire only two entrants. A. Grant of York and M Revlere of Unique, in the 123 lb. Class and they have qualified for the Show In the 111 I: Class there were four entrant*. K. Watson of Bedet Gym, G Jordan of Leeward. H. Goddard of Eagle Hall CJub and A Weekes of York Barbell. Weeke* and Watson were overweight, leaving Goddard and Jordan in the competition. It wa< not necessary for Goddard and Jordan I to lift but they gave an exhibition Jordan in his (lift attempt at the press did 1SS ami in Us second 165. He did not make n thud attempt. For hi' inst attempt ;il the press Goddard took 100 and for hi* second 170 He was successful with both. In UW snatch Jordan stnrtei ie*sful in his llrst attempt with ITS but faded with lift and 190. In the clean and )erk Brath. %  MM with 33* 24S and 0. %  SBsMnuei belwean these two In the Shim should be very keen tout Br.iihwaile. with thsr lighter bodyweight will moat likel.v*ue the winner. The totals of the others in this Class were V Pollard, AM. SIC Springer 603. F Doughlln n aiui S Fields KM | The other entn.n' C Clarke was overweight the second with IfS but got ihe same amount Into the air In his third] attempt. Blenman took 18S for his first attempt at the snatch. He was MKcetsfuI but I %  / % %  V Callender of failed In hi* see' %  %  Aero and H ond attempt with 1 M Small of Uniq' ltt He sueeeed%  %  will be lifting in ed m hi* final at%  %  the 181 lb. Class tempt with IM. W %  D Stuart of Acrn Layne was v rmiAoi hi the onlv ensuccessful inTits first with 170 but traut in the IBS failed on two occasions with IM lh < Hall snatched 170 hut failed with I Ilarbadi*. IM and IBS Jnr. re: J Evtlyn, Zenuh. V Blenman cleaned and jerked Pollard, aim E. J*o 230 in his first attempt and 240 8. Gibbons, B. C I H. Small, and Pj. Thompson Trie Official* arc afollows Scorers: Messrs H. Weustei ami Baniield. Weighers Messrs. O. l.ynoe and F. rtiompsun. CatchMessrs. E. Roger*. S. Malnney. and F Prescod R %  H' !" "** and R. Tudd. Judge* 113 with 610 lf Lifting Messrs. J, l.iiitnn, t; pounds have <; ''kes. S. Rudder, i. Clark*) g qualified], BrathHoller and S. Mar-hall. Judges waite of Arro of Mr. Barbados Jin. Di PajN i was successful In Moaatl. A. Huntc. A A.. Ihe press with Linloii. L) Uaniu-iti and J. Uul10A 175 and IM %  •>. JuflfM of Mis lir.dgctuwn Prescod of Palm Contest. Mis A. L BtUart, Mi Springs, a..'ucV. Itollock. Mat* .1. lir-ham, ee*ful with 179 Official Coach Mr, ll Woo bo bill fniled with Master of CeremOnlc-. Mr. VV. N. 185 and IM :,i.innuni. i ll ITS 0\ > UOtlXG: Putting The Crawl Together Rt IAN <1\I.K lh* KIM' irrlvad -.(>*" v mlng '. Crawl Put hefore attes put ihe Mtt tste th, ( t-y setting the legs in motion. aTJ< %  hen lh*v arc rfuUj ihon 11M "n wU bined *; emiwe with On breathing gaove %  oreaeui• ly It Jtpody doe* no* roll, that th* arav ihe recovery. nt. %  o on. 11 'Kiuld no* in the water, and I mark the deepest the face Th. reJ_f -**fjfif "^T "Tit ing up el the Cest t. DH front will ll|. vou gild* through the water rather than plough your way through it. As J>ou get more practised r*u will nntice thai a rhythm of the legs is asserting itself This natural ihyiiim. when it does show, should l*> encouraged The thin is three leg beat* to each single atm-dtive This you thp popular "51*-boat Gelling Up Nights Makes Men Old Iton < 1 as SM l ...ili... 1 MS and ! %  of %  BSflly tiaour r. Ol*i* 1. ni in.|wr> B n( >*K u\n-l in rnsn) T.. o.-r. d * th. -. rn II ^. ^arM' sn,! Hum, nutit* t.w MIMUIIl Sl*.orr I'Sil-.) a*fl* i. l.r> B ou hsia aui 1 lusrsniMd h> %  •! IOIBT FTPS 1 f*sl IS f. ^ >ou right r|nil s ^r.(. yoa E i:'M a>i h*v hS Ulf not.i*-. P-^wt.. Al1n .a lad. 1 I \h*r fail* at (KM k. Wf IMI. ... •ni '"la Iska ssaa lura -a*>t I Batik ai • rilli I t h 19 .,"'1 Barna Ahead Of Q.C. • rram Page 4 -1 or uccessWhen Miss Manning won this •h l~ n and ae; she regained the lead foi (ioddard. on llama. In the Rest OBt Pn'sy ni ? h>uM win. MlBs Chandler brought Oil Mrs. Odle was not In form 200 and was suepolntl even at IS all. Service nd Miss Clarke won anally. ressful. He falUd (ha nged at 20—15 In her favoui Angeln Perkins ( >laye,i BmMlB 1. HMIMALL with Zl J' da and n|th.nigh Miss Bryant got Ciiandler In the Onol t. failed with 210 in his nisi. "0 in xhe f,rf| OW |ng four points, she Perkins was on Ion through. the second but was successful with w(m 21—19. MisChandler lend th e first game. She won this 220 in his final eUempt_ J !" _'; from early in the second game 21 — 16. f n the second game Mi*< crawl" At Belli 10 •ncuurngr U*0 .livthm. ,k>' it it rule to .in1 %  % %  f"\rM (writ f each throe. Thus tha log thfaho will run aoje. two three: faur. h n* tlie one and fsaar uhnahoi I kttj deeper thnn the otherthe*c two ma|oi : ....red* w.Ui lh,. sun oi oai arm ( iull gfhl the^ minor M ggN liiated b> i .TiHMtintaly roflpo wbUa (ho Mm drive la taking DIHIIV As won a tha rhythm t> | e*M] p .'nee Ihe OOCOfJtlng and make aD mudi tinnioM, Although many point* are common to all good craw] swimmers there is no standard stroke exactly -tillable f-T every prffofi How.ver. hoti rt point* ta I. Avoid tupiung t I"" much. i %  %  | | U,. propoUlng surface. D %  %  HBO i .it., for th. pp pot ueari ill 3. When your legs are working Iboj tha i i Ula f-et tling quite th. ankles, hut guard ..i. HBSTl loo iimcli ben HI ""*" I l-.rTl>hsn< "w iat -vend Dodd'i Kidney Pills ITCHING INFLAMED SKIN VM* Sa.jr.1. %  arba-l.Poll* 1 against GoddardV anrt w ^ n tailed 5M S25. There were three lifters in 148 lb. Class B Blenman Unique and G Layne of Kagle Hall qualified. Blenmani ?•* 60S pounds and Layne s 590 The other lifter. L Hnll of York totalled UA. The score wa* Borna two n ^ Arielphl one when Phvlls Chand. ' ler, Adelphi skipper, met Doloro* tof ,IoWf,r,, Mu Chindlor ha* Chandlers attack wa more ninto, She won thl 22—20 bring honour* even Savannah Club Tennis t-ible yesterday advised of the new dates ou the niati tes arranged for yi day will be played. . TOM m uil.,,.1.. ^,,1 with i';. btooto, and olninoi 0] • % %  > Mi BOliOnoo wiiicii is your natural breathing side—that which is room .oinforlablc. Open your nvsui'i Mifilciently. like n big round O. A. Avoid any twisting n( || ,. Uidy at the waist, or rolling gollo fl. Do not be concertn i seem lo M> uit you. You may bf Btttfl good forehand smash. When she 21 —18 to give Queen's Coll*a>suit **' '" n 'our-be.it, eight-lr t t is In good form she is likely to lin oytright victory r 'en-beat. In swimming in rao^f defeat any o*her lady but on the ihe expert often uses other hand, when she i nfl torm. The third match of the night forms—fcr Instam. £e can be badly beaten Miss gsj between Y.W.P.C. and f Ql the 440 yds. and thg lot Howard won 21 — 18, 21—18 Miss V.W.C.A. Y.W.P.C. was without of Ihe 100 yd*. khl ah^Clrt n.! m !" %  iie^iu M TL; Hoad Th BWUM RMtl ,Mtn *'wl remember to BBLAX. Y m ht? SLe*M^^ H!V!S bv h d Bm0n,, itwm ,W0 P"^"' "y ">e able to aw.m quit winning, put the issue bevond ^"'^ r '' j> J&>.&* f> !" * a short distanceby relylm. On .ioubt for Bama. *e,e makng their debut bj com.. bru ,,, f orcP -a i on(1 but to g.' OCtitive table tennis They orethe best results In anv • uml ?H vds. vou mu>l swhn EASILY hlch P/*-ne *teri %  .la#r Joe %  %  Li pea* MIM Chandler kept the len.i through the final game. She o/on 21—15 to give Queen' CottOSJ 1 an outright victory. %  %  u -.1 l.„ watr1 i.„, .... %  i l( sponsored by J & R BAKERIES makers of ENRICHED BREAD and the blenders of J & R RUM RlraUf*itchiiif—*utdh*i i.f I*J ii. i,"'.li!' J.'l.|H in Piaiplr* sod op** •"'• OSSM *>*c**J I '!. tuOVrrll hS't eraa'.I d*M there O nothing nvt* atirs is rriultt than D D.D. Frehnpnoa. ThM fsmoui liquid haShx aWi prrrtrste Oka toriur'd akir. • IHUTI. MSB! ih< (ratrnng gtcmi and dnvf out lb* Infection Whatever Inesi nl (tin IfDuhle il |.*ing "Ml nain tnd di((tr>i I < /IMA. 1'SORIASI!.. IU>II BSAUPTIONS, riKKI V HBAT MALARIA .SORPSoeaiNOWOKM mat a fr* api>lHsiini sf wnnderfo Him I'rrscrlpivn wilt glv iiUi .'i*i rsrimea, .ml n.r ,~.s ••*.)•• -ill I it'int' I>I>1> 1'i-atfiptHm It •hMinahla fhUB BISMOSBI aad atneM sesrswoss* %  sSBf*J|S]asj ATLAS PAINTS combine robusc and economical protection with \\ lendid decorative finish. [nglftgt Building Contractors. Sugar Euatu Mjnlger* Architect!. poctfy ATLAS .— •' — PRODUCED IN ENGLANO %  MVM ,•• wn anwn PAINTS THE MAKERS OF H, |ASON JONI'i ( u in. nftnHT: JiMm PRESCRIPTION PRrSt R'AIIVI CO I INCLANO <*s t' Owing to ram "j,^*;*^ ] MONDAYS FlXTtKI.S Ladies' Singles Final Mins Pilgrim vs. Miss M King l.-idn--' Doubles Mrs. C I Skinner and Austin Winifred's School In the final set. Miss I am looking forward to one of Howard will be defeating many them skippering a St. Winifred'' player* this season. She is a team next year. By that time very steady player and plays hard they would have gained experlfor every point. She was able to prc^. return many of Miss Deane's Y.W.C.A. won four-one. Rcner forehand smashes and won 21—10 Oloummeau won the lona ••• lot laVJfg sad 21—6. •Y.W.P.C. She j| n good Queen's College, by scoring a t>ut needs help. I hop> t<* oaf CoDSWSil five-nil defeat on Lcnyllle. have Ann Hoad helping her team 1 Miss placed themselves In a much betCONQUER PAIN SCIENTIFICALLY P.O. Match Tomorrow %  ill be a Football match MO t'-ams from Iht ... |.,-i !>:•., ..' Cjni. Park at 5.00 p.m. on Monday. Aj he next match instead of formParcel Post team will play a iJIIACl* medit s. The Misses Bowen. Men's Doubles R. S Nicholls and F. V. Barnes vs. D. E. Worme and J. D Trltmngham. PMcC. Patterson and G H Manning vs. C. B. Lawle** and W. Crichlow. ter position. The Lenville -kipIng part of the audience from the (l.P.O. The teams ar-per was indisposed and one set .* . ,. ,_,. n "* follows:— had to be forfeited to the College ,*< the end of the Third Round Pmrc el Port: P.lackett. ) leam of the Return Matches the points Mr. Lewis. Barker. Cadogn: nrO as follows: Barna 20. Queen''. Fotde, Wnlker, Mr. Cro by, Bki OIMMI Fight cnllege 23. Adeli-hl It. Y.W.C.A nor. Hewitt and BMLj 17. Y.W.P.C 13. and Ismvillp Genrral OflW*: W %  %  In the first set Nell Hall. .*„,. Matthi % %  Queen's College defeated Cllon.i the Fourth Round games will Span k Ramsay 19-21. 21—17 and ))(1 p i, yr d al ,Hr. Y.M.C.A. Naval Springer, Austin, IlrewstOf ond 21—18. Miss Rsmsay put up a ji.-ill nexI p>ldav night. -(llim( merfpfmri. r Pheeacei.n, Csfetne. Ateivluiicylk Acid—snd QUININE (lieie (our Cieniifivally bili'ictd *ork tyrttrgiUHtlij — lKi n why elieve gam (an. retiors fOui -.em* of waii-belnf i welcomed 6* Docitw O.ef H.OOOdociOM iM deal.its G'eat B'Hiin io-* ut* it in ihen turgeries fe'an, ceidl. he.J.clirv. 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p.\<;i: TWO SUNDAY ADVOCATt M i; ROBERT HALE, is 1th headn Trinidad, arrived here, on Eriday everting h% lium Antigua MU! *ill tie remainin* u-itil Tuesday staying as a W ist of the An PtiiUi' I Latrrence (in ean VLsitthg the %  • ICla and Antiwill I* leaving here fov .luartara. M R EL KAMSEY who is als< a Consul attached American Canau) %  brttf Vi-l' M T: turned bv IJWIA. m evening. Back From U.S. Holiday M R. C. R. ARMSTRONG ( "Sherbrooke." Worth Secretary of the BartkJ ) returned 0 U.SA. via Puerto KKO on Frtdav %  liar spending %  holldaiy. He w.ii <.ccnmpanihoped Ituil this lar supvery great ly Awarded Scholarship I AN BAYLEY. Ihirteen-ycarold ley of Surrey. England, and the law Ml WaHei 1> Hok'y of this colony, has been award. I xtrunicnUil Scholarship to Cranleigh School, Surrey. M) for the scholnmhip was quiU? • dMkuH <>"<• MBUgtar who p| pianoforte pieces, one violin goto, '.M.rkeil .i papal en iiidiinents and %  anf Schubert'.-. Hark, hark, the Winning, this scholarship should give him something to live up to Bier Mood to which he pwsaotetl Carlo wishes nun suecess in his further studies U.S. Engineer M R nRMRT SHILSTOKE (bate** returned to ire ISA on Thursday via Puerto Rico bv BWU after paying a abaci via to his relatives Mr E Maxwvll ShiUtone >* Mr A K Ars**srong. Vr S biaass.. , an engineer of ws**saa* TVsttng LaboratoriFf of OH To V, M k. BOO SnWABT. OnMBui Uiaxant m Ud_ %  at In % %  %  L lafi am SHMB" a TCMKUUU. UK or *tf, MM to %  ''' '"• %•> %  '^ >• %  *? %  *? Teasenana tfcey a Si visit a a d probably Daacat aate) Fressfh Cuaaoae. be.-. ,• gae %  a rMB l ef AfsnL BaMaaaJ M • g raea t ml rl ap at TnnidM —err. on this tour Albert Rose, of lb* same Mr. Rose win later or.tmu* osi an extensive tour of %  he whole South American eontl%  %  Back Again M R* VIOLET KIRTON. mediRepresentative -M A Wsnde* L-d. makers of Ovaltine phermaceutical prot vtU -s on another visit t 0 the • is direct *rom the London offl^e of Wander UH end estpeetf t 0 be here fnr •e^e'ral weeks Convalecing F RIENDS of Mrs H'ywel) Beeitty Cullurttt ol 'Martbwtale' NasWnfs will he glad to (earn thai she is much hafter having beer. leiieueir til and is convalescing at • -ng horn* She > leartng (he hom. Utd. and manufacturers ol electrical appliances and Mr< Lang and Mr. and Mrs A J Mylrea. Insurance Brokers all i Toronto. They were holldaylr,; here for ihe past two weeks staying at the Windsor Hotel Mr. Mylrea said thai it we their first vifH to the island aid a marvellous tlmy the bswd with n II..o bathing and were amared at the difference between the nil! %  • parts and the rest In addition l Ihe general industry that hi displ.iyed by ;he D^>ple. Thev hope that ihe anplor t.ons that are going on fnr and gaa will ultimately prove be successful %  ••'/ 'ire thinking irhen thep or.tuerely fe-arra>iglig ihelr prrjud-i-i %  —William JameA A fill' SHIPMENT OF M— LADIES' SHOES Backing and T.K-lt-s. SlinK Back. Platform. Wrdgc HrfU IN Black. Brown. Navy. Whilf Surdrttr $4.74 While & Hod Canvas t.m While. Tan. Gre-y. Kid l.r.lher -i. .,i 87.11. 7.5 T. R. EVANS & WHITFIELDS YOUR SHOE STORES DIAL 4C0ri IWI.ORS SPECIAL BLENDED RUM (With The Dl UrscUva Flavour) what aaason of tba Year it might be vou can^ This Blend. It u V and "Tasty" Ml" IT TO K.\JOV IT. .//#.v n. T.wi.UH x\ snxs t.l*.




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ESTABLISHED 1895 BARBADOS MARC. 23. 1952 fi te Bs me ee

FUTURE OF W.L. Lies IN

Social: Welfare yx Le
Conference i:nds ee

THE conference of Social Welfare officers arranged by

the Development and Welfare Organisation, which opened Jamborees

at Hastings House last Monday under the chairmanship of ey -

Miss Dora !bberson, C.B.E., came to an end on Friday. a | k i by |
Delegates discussed the many fields in which the social Ww End ze “

welfare worker can contribute to the devclopment of the

nd ees
community. Emphasis throughout the conference was on k ederation

the need for members of a community fo By ake their own |





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‘Ceylon Prime
‘Minister Dies
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After [illness )

; COLOMBO, March 22. % ’
RIME MINISTER of Ceylon Don Stephen Senanayke
ied this afternoon :





contribution, individually and collectively, to the improve MAJOR J. E. GRIFFITH, | Senanayke was a gentleman and fern?! Metione list
ment of their living standapde both materi: a] ‘and ather. Island Scout Comntalasicnaet ler who had led Ceylon’s progress to in@ependence
ie guest speaker was Mr. W. development re social wel- | just back from the in the Commonwealtt > looked: \iee aU orkdins

H. Chinn, Social Welfare Adviser fare worker acting as the link | 4°" i from the Caribbean | rme sowerfull b : | ; y looke d tike a Yorkshire
to the Secretary of State for the;between the people and the,4’@mboree in Jamaica, said I ¥ built, biuff, jovial and heavily mous-

acned

Colonies. Others who attended specialist departments of Gov-| yesterday that in every re-|





included Mr. P. M. Sherlock,’ernmen!. The development of| spect the | Saffron-robed Buddhist priests Senanavke was

head of the extra-mural depart!this type of work was strongly ms eras e Jamboree was a| uunch member of this faith and * rod a pea ke, was a
ment of the University College stipported Community spirit, SÂ¥ecess, 1m part. it reminded , has a P hl ana@ served a prison sentence
of the West Indies, and the resi- was essential it was generally | him of the “Coming of Age”| as o _ ig man after the Colombo Moslem-Buddhist riots
dent tutors from Barbados, Brit- that there had been too! Jamboree held in Birkenhead chanted religious texts at his hospital sickbed before
ish Guiana, the Leeward Islands, | great tendency in the past to} \iverpool, in 1929 . his death Most of his Cabinet Ministers were at the
Trinidad, and the Windward , erect community buildings, with- | t ’ . hospital é :

Montserrat, Mr. Charlesworth; work on the formation of groups} Major Griffith said, “are in ———_ eee eee Only six weeks ago he rose from



Ross; Mr. Ralph Scargall, Wel-; willing to work together for} my opini stine 7
fare Officer of the British Guiana | collec self-help. Increasing Mg ol ; ca ountined to play
Sugar Producers’ Association;| use should be made of~voluntary sreater part in the feder-
Mr. Ben Sealy, Welfare Officer of weitere a aaees of the West Indies than
Caroni Ltd., Trinidad, and two} Delegaies agreed on the need|any other means, b@caus

District Commissioners ‘from Brit-| for more we use on

his sick bed during a spe! in

wee jhospital to send a message of
BEES CLEAR {sympathy to England for King
RACECOURSE George VI’s death. Senanayke

was rether strong and was a



Islands; the Commissioner of out the essential preliminary | | West Indian Jamborees, |







are work in indus- such occasic pp - BOMBAY, March 22. {champion boxer and wrestles
ish Guiana. {1 ‘y, particularly on estates | the : asions, the youths of Screaming society racegoers ||
Several’ Aeeiners of the Devel- | tale e respective islands meet ran for cover as a swarm of Hopes Dashed
opment and Welfare Organiza- | Exhibition of Handcrafts together, move with each NEW FOUR STOREY BLOCKS “of flats in Castries. The blocks are Government owned and || nery bees attacked the crowd
ton spoke in the course of the} An cxhibition of handerafts| other, and get to know each were built ve — Seay whe lost their homes in the fire. (See Story on Page 9) at Bombay's swank Mahalux Earlier today the gloom which
euference, ‘ prone me British West Indles was ' other,” ——__— eelacem iung heavy over Colombo gave
Home and Family jarranged in the conference room railing the field in the vay to joyful shouts as Senan-



The conference called for a new tat Hastings House during the The Well Organised ' day’s last race was a horse 1yke’s doctors announced that he
emphasis on the building up of | week, Among articles whieh par- . ue island Commissioner in owned by one of the most bad had taken a turn for the better.
family life. Upon this with its | Heularly caught the eye -were}|Paying tribute to the organisers ly stung owners Its name > ‘ had

; ad ; h . t *y said “no hope
parental responsibility and soli- b#skets from British Honduras}0f ‘the Jamboree said: “The | Honeybunch”, ‘ at of ee, it € ee

| ‘
av wh ste r Headqua 5 lite, > ‘ ‘ ;

citude for the material and moral, 24 to a verv high standard by |! : _ team, headed . by N re flung open for the pub

conditions of children rested the the native Amerindians and de- | the inimi able Camp Chief Mr, — v nohibwe to tHe inn dia

future welfare of the West Indian Phen with ancient Maya de-] esi Mordecai, did a splendid 2 BA | W wz beloved patriarch :

peoples. The training of womer —_ isndln oven tite A jbit of work in organising the wurope Can Colombo radio had broadcast a

was of special importance. day evening Mr. / Rh Arrangements for the nessage to ask Surgeon Sir Hugh

: drew Pearse, resident tutor in] somfort ¢ feeding . Se 5 ‘ é o Oa , vr
Probation 2 Trinidad of the University College | ey , saad feeding of the sev- e y¥ Y ra} Defend It lf: to eancel his. flight when
tied) ‘niniance ndted.:~’ with oT ae Week itn, dee a oie al hunc reds of scouts left noth- ‘ Z , J SE doctors made this announce-
satisfaction the expansion of the 2+ the British Council on elite fie te ae All ae offic~ rade nion ent

probation system, and recom- 4g, olk a ae es _were most considerate and % : Ik M I Then cam hang Saat &
mended its adoption in all terri- {ilustrated by sonss and.» locally. | CclP{ul to the leaders of the vari- ( your O 4) See edie ue gD Mtiley: one tt el € ay sCAVE |... ose. Pabietial Dr; Omer ‘Vani
tories. Mr. Chinn pointed out} made film of a Shinitas te ay. fous contingents, and opportunities se pens , dramatic end yesterday when Mr. E. D, Mottley, one of th to eee er Omer Vall
that probation, \properly admin-| 6 Thursday evening aprsm-lTwere civen the visitors to meet '














ma wa Irendy on his w
evening, again by

|
| four members who formed a quorum, walked out during | —GRUENTHER—

: : c when the Premier died. Dy
ee, ers ase eee oe arrangement with the British it tanding personalities, among On Tuesda | the discussions of the appointment of a Rent Collector and Troma is one of the most emi-
much as it sett! many trivial|Council, a private film show was|¥29™ Was the Chief Seout him- ' Maintenance Clerk to the Housing Board NEW YORK, March 22 ‘ent brain snecialists in Asin. Flo
cases out of Court and also sav-| given at Hastings House. elf, who made it a point of rhe Board 1 to consider the General Dwight * Bisenhower': ' formerly research assist nt
ed the cost of maintaining offend-|" |My. Ghinn is remaining in Bar- shaking the hand of everybody} The course for Trade Union | Free nd Rents Gollector|( Chic! of Staff’ Gewiral Alf the Numied he eereeeers
ers in prisons or institutions. He paqos until Thursday, 27th|": the Jamboree. The Military |Officials will open on Tuesday; ZR Staintat eal Clerk There fudithencwak venaried hikes to, eer: tei ment «
felt that in almost every West | March, in order to see the islands}#!50 help greatly in the arrange-]rmorning, 25th March, 1952. There | esti ake were 103 | sHioarits whose ual} i on his way to Wi fh stor :

Indian territory there was work | welfare s services. On the evening] ments. will be an open session at 9.30, ores OCOD ORAS em aot | a mn Bshington

enough for a full-time probation of Tuesday, the 25th March

t were circularised = to letermined to make a personal Rea ee ne ae,
he panne was no doubt, Major}2.m. at which the chair will be! Sel | inemibers Caen tie eohd Lefort far the nomination at Win,
offi ie | will address a public meeting at) ivifith said, that the presence] taken by the dean of the course, | ars ip alee es tite Cotati ecreeany ount By o. a i a J VIETN AMESE
Community Development (8.15 p.m. at the Y.M.C.A. The | of the Chief Scout of the Com-|Mr. F. C. Catchpole. Sir George . ‘ neral |











The Board agreed 6 avcopt his| Al! e Pierre Juin os Elsen
The delegates discussed the|subject will be Social Welfare; monwealth contributed in a very|Seel, Comptroller for Develop- | tex Secretar st t SH.AP | ry s
“team approach” to onenipaanity [in the British Caribbean. jlarge measure to the success of)ment and Welfare, will give cr’ sg Pind. rd | resthaee Uae bate ot rr at SHA.P.L ROUT REDS
the Jamboree. opening address, r. Denis Bell, |* |the Colonial Secretary pointing The rer Ya Paris Wer cige SAIGON, March 22
e ° There. were roughly 1.20y}the lecturer on trade union or-} ‘AT. the meeting of the St. Lucy! out that all things being equal,|'9 the New York Tines ald! mrench H said that e on
scouters and scouts in camp, and |£@nisatigns and industrial a on held on Friday, the Vestry) he considered that war — service | ¢ ieneral Gruenther had told aso- ench H, @ said that a strong
en tis trson;n they were divided into eight sub-}#ons, who has come specially |uwarded the vacant Vestry exhibi- {should be a priority lates that he believed N.A.T,O,| Communist rebel ‘attack launched
camps, Major Guiffith was one|{fom Glasgow University, Eng-|tion for the Parry-Coleridge School! Mr, H. A. Tudor said that he | vould _ best served by the Brit-/#sinst A French Union outpost
‘of the sub-camp leaders “|land, will also speak. {to Edward BE. Greaves son of [ra| had studied the applications care j) or French commander “when |!) Central Vietnam four days
adders, . lGreaves, This c A felis nd "tt “ht hat Mr, | “isenhower leaves.” fo was routed resulting in heavy
Bamboo The course will start its pri-|" Mes cae was made on thé A} OEey a Eee oa oes Gruenther flew home to testify|!ocses for the Reds
e ul Tis ome He said that the Barbados Con-|vate sessions at 11 a.m, 'The Baek occnged. oo vi H. Yearwood Rees in ter the ob, Mr. Maynar ; on Military Aid before Congres Me mimunque said severcl
|tingent had the chance of learn- cee wa + Mr. ee} ee 7. ey Barris had } { 18 years? experi née B onal Committees next week, o ilior o: Communist rebels
/ . +3; {ing what “extrabrdinary use” |loc ice rincipa of the, . " . ieee ; t the He said he had no idea when tacted the Freneh Unior in
. MR. DENIS ATKINSON, member of the West Indies} cod be made of bamboo o make] University College of the West!, The Vestry received a petition |) a Oa err zn Bir? Wisenhow er himself is PB ge of Nai Dour #6 vlos Norths
Cricket team which toured Australia, arrived here yesterday living quarters comfortable, Camp] Indies, Jamaica, who will speak | from Mr, Rollins Pivnoe and 59| , ‘PI om t of the important French base
morning by B.W.1A. from Trinidad where he had stopped |gadgets made from ,bamboo and|©n Social History of the Carib- othe ae, f y Hill re Recommended Wisenhower's Constellation plane] ¢ Hue in Central Vietnam on
for the night after having travelled out on the S.S. Rangitoto, | "sed at the camp in Jamaica in-|bean. pe Gis Ra eles rieeiea he ded at the National Alrport! March 18
At the airport to meet him were | | cluded tables, benches, hat and| ‘The students are mostly full-|;,. p tment of His z i V fottley said that he eee tn ith Gruenther at 7.1 a.m A number of mobile French
Mr. John Goddard, Captain of | A courmen jtowel racks, and many other/time Trade Union officers and Traminiter’ nways and | abs nt at the last meeting but PT, from Part inits rushed to the besieged out-
flee West Indies team, Mir. J. MM. } jarticles which helped to contrib-|have been drawn from nearly all) Oy, ih, fi citer Fo atte Tarpon Data oe nee tised as. Gruenther said Western Euro-| Po8t and the communique said the
Kidney, Junior Vice-President of | jute to the comfort of gathering.|}the Caribbean colonies. All the Brancker, it 1 basin { a a a P sathith ret a nd that ean defences under Eisenhower} Reds lost more than .100 killed
the Barbados Cricket Association, | |The shop in the market place was|lectures will be given at the ,... i a ana ten ae 1 obi vo e ye a “ ’ a aa © improving continually and] during the violent fighting which
Dr. A. L. Goddard, Mr, Charlie | also constructed from bamboo Y.M.C.A eke the students are; *0. bas sropriaie Govern e Secretary had recommended |}! rhe a ore dificult | {owed
‘ c LA., where es aC ment authorities that t! } M rheodore St, C, Modeste, 26 at it is “getting more difficu
Peirce, Mr. and Mrs. Bruce | A feature in contrast to the|living. The twelve weeks’ course CR’ Autnorities that the road be; Mx. ; : aah the » for an aggressor to| Commun st troops were finally
e , included the lis ho had served in the armed 1 the time for age
Goddard and family and members | {1929 Jamboree was that on that]will cover a wide field of sub- ‘"° oo tne ee OF. TORGE er é {

; ; c : ttack with any degree of suc-| put to fi ght 1 retreated into
; ; : 1ende the Ves t orees 1ome and overseas) fror ‘ N &

, }oceasion the campers had to sub-|jects in addition to the malo | Gon a ; d by the Vestry to be spat 48 ie 1 me bp oxet in the "ASP, he mountains. —U.P,
‘mit to rain and mud, whereas on|theme of trade union organisa- , °°" : ; ,







of the Atkinson family.
Looking fit and jovial as ever,|












































{ ” Are! ” -lanni Offic
Denis said that he had a good |the present tour, there was much|tions and industrial relations. ; * as ae a ae “hea ee ns —_—
tour and was glad to be back heat and dust which made it very| The opening session to be held|. 4% '@. €F was read from the (iV to assenyer of the | Lepper
home. As far as the cricket was trying for the campers, although,°" Tuesday, 25th March, is th: | Sveretary Meast uric ‘id and “pep ag arg gp gh ee
concerned he said it was hard le ahh an) a oa only’ one which will be open to(Mount Gay Ltd., “ack! owledging ising a ,
dded that he thought thei jnot detracting in any way from y o ich will be open to), 2 eg ting ad been acting as a rent « ollec~
and adde at he thoug eir |the enjoyment. the public, jthe receipt of a letter from the|,\" Oa” vaintenance clerk
defeat was due to batting and | Organised tours of the count | Vestry inquiring as to wh steps |, as ees i e
ganis § ry 7 e Board. H¢ (Mr, Mottley
poor fielding. } diame ¥ ; ct had been taken or were contem- . ; i
Asked about the trip back) were arranged and Major Griffith savas : “duce the Std, adhering to the — prin« ple
home he said that it was the best jsaid he was very impressed with] Pig Diacuiesed) | tiisance of.ashes and soot coming! 7{,Peomenm, f Mr. Le gies was RS
part of the tour, It was very | jthe beauty of the country, He isance of ashes and soot coming stil] prepared to say that Mt ;
leasant, everyone was nice te! thought Jamaica a very wonder- a a from Fairfield Factory, to houses wodeste, though he had started _
p harkiots of f | \ful country CAIRO, March 22. ind residents in the district. i i messenger, had shown the
them and they had lots of fun. | | A feature of the Jamboree onl _.S!t,.Ralph Stevenson called on| The Secretary stated that cer-| ability and had’ had the honesty |) +f
| which ‘the Major spoke with great peean ee tod ce jtain steps had bew: taken and’and integrity to do this job, he | 3 .
} aaah ig mach Pasha at his residence today for were as follows (a) Another boile srepared move that he be Z h asus
Coast Guard : aan ake acumen aeuiceun talks on the Anglo-Egyptian dis- | had bee cere talled in the factory inte d Although war service C oice
Â¥ fe \ & ae : SOOT RS pawn . pute, to make bette ymbustion and t not the only reeomn |
Rescue Eight ‘ ed Sate 1; y the community at large, espec~ Foreign Minister Abdel ‘Khalek | +, sduce the as has, (b) the Dit ect a ti ™ all things being equal, one
i - ially those families in whose|Hassona Pasha and Amr Pasha! yp the Company w@s in consulta-|had to consider those people who
MIAMI, Florida, Mar. 22 | DENIS ATKINSON houses they were billoted before] Egypt's Ambassador to London | tion with the Encineers about the! went out and served that they
Biel cpeemien ween. seabetes. Rey es jend after their encampment. He|who was recalled by the former) -rection at Fairfield of an ash{'ight be in the island to carry |
red from a sinking motor vessel ES said “the people of Jamaica could] Wafdist government were with)» ector similar to that now in use ‘on democracy. Fach machine produced ”
to a Coast Guard rescue craft 30 ON “OTHER PAG @ On page 10 the Prime Minister.—U.P. = : " —- os > At this stage Mr. Mottley asked in th rid’s most
He | at Haymans Factory, St. Peter and 4 5 saad S
miles Northeast of Hayana. Page , eel : he Secreta Mr. “ashle if in modern plant is h VA,
The 33-foot rescue boat advis- | 2 Caribbean Calling peer eee ener ae ae gpa nite of all the applicant fore built by the same crafts- —the Wy
ed the U.S. Coast Guard rescue 3 At The Cinema; Farm orna oes wee B TepOst. ORS ees s- them thet day, # he. (Mr. Lush ome horas oe sing (x4 W , y
oar: here 7 ees eseet and Garden; Garden- (te, ngstet en meres 2° i @ On page 10 | Ap ne wai bY ORLD s \
a converte: a " ni JeCISION BDOUl aw Bais , Hart le to victory in ¥
ing craft loaded with deck ma- 4 aed Maas Side- The Company gave theit neem he \ 1's Professional \ ) CHAMPION Nd

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5 nk”. ‘ | f assurance of ‘their willingness at Sprit har pion hips in
Te Const Goena seid the men | lights on Sport; Table S.: 1 60 Dead all times ~ do evetything to re- P li » Se atter \\ 1949 and °. "Make X
apparently are all’ ip good con-' Tennis . = i i once -¢ ' ur choice is | &

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dition, Five boats and a_ patrol | 5 F ~— Cémblained of 2 \| j eipn — th plane had searched for the crip- ‘ a eiraientites LITTLE ROCK, Arkansas, March 22. |X vg cE Trieste Rioters \ und easiest running eye!

pled vessel.—U.P. ae. Wesel Slee’ and A SG AUD of killer tornadoes—running “four to six’ |pr, Kirten P.M.O., acknowledging y y |

“i yen You brerst—swept through at least four Southern States and | with thanks the receipt of a letter dentaae - sare: 08 |

Airforces Fly | 7 The Ideal Home; left more than 160. persons dead, hundreds injured and|from the Vestry inviting him to fo nee, bare 93, |

p r | Guide Notes al leulabl d reconsider his decision of resigning Police fired im t)

5 i 8 Editorials; Sitting on most incalculable progerty Gamage, as the Commissioner of Health of per a crowd Wi ! >
5,710 Sorties tho’ Pango; Poweation ‘atest reports listed 167 persons killed : 110 im Arkan- | the-parish of St. Lucy. turned four Ans merican ¢a

1 ak, a as, 33 in fen nessee, 15 in Missouri and 9 in Mississippi. hose | present. were Rev. /%nd smashed windov n the.)

TOKYO, March 22. | Kegiment pp = : iritish service club during a gen- ||

United States Sabre jets in five 9 Building A New Cas ~ <5 Pestaina, Messrs. C, H. Yearwood, * il ai oat 60.000 worker |

@aya of thundering dogfights tast tries 3RENADA WANTS The Weather Bureau said the|G, G: Harris, C, St.C. Howell, F. A, ("ai Sit Ke by ob wer nroug’. ||
ES hot d ne and pro- 10 Local News $3 MILLION LOAN twisters began a devastating|Greaves, L. Bourne, J. BE. Te ye ee ia ate
ee Se ee ode vices 11 The Lives of Harry Lime weep in Southwestern Arkansas! Brancker and I. C. Sobers. fs ie > ai Widnes
bably 12 Communist M.1.G.'s and < a ve From Our Own Correspondent . Pp in sou pstern @NS3s | : Jown with Brita ' Dov
lost none in air to air eens 12 Cuca an GRENADA, Mar. 22. en eam yest epee Peat ith méfica” in demonstr ition
according to Far East Airforces ee A motion was passed by the| Tennessee then Mississippi and the RY fter a midnight st by abo
However they report that a} 13 Comic — cH Legislature yesterday, the Hon,|Southeast, corner of Missouri and ASSIZE DIA 6.006 wer’ t t ‘
wing pounced on a flight of, F51 16 The Y Lives o arry Colonial Treasurer Adams ab-|might swirl into Northern Ten- MONDAY turr e Allied 1 tary tru

propellor driven ea ae and aime staining from advising Governor|nessee and Kentucky. . ( zed some other |
aera one Ooh deri Arundell to boost the million and Some towns were “wiped off No. 13—Reg. vs. Nathaniel Tr trike which paralysed ti

e oer. ’ Bs MIGi “ se A a half dollar loan already sought the map” or “laid flat” as the Foster Anglo-American Zone of the ( i

a damage claim against an Praedial Larcetiy for the colony to three million.|;ocring winds chewed their way ee . was in protest against the policy |
in the same action. — i Frem Get Own Correspondent AWhile members conceded the teoume tid baactryside oa ite No. 35--Reg. vs, Samue ae ine letdeateie: who’ se

Atatel of Sous ASiod Aeplines GRENADA, Mar. 22." | Treasurer’s concern was the pos-|¢z ‘ v , Alleyne terday demanded the return |

lud t k eastbound journey.—U.P.
were destroyed including we The Legislature this morning jsible difficulty involved in rais- : ' bold the hole free territory to Ital |
F84 Thunderjets to ground fire. y 2 s . free :







Far East Airfoeces flew 5,710|2#68¢d @ Bill in an effort to curb/ing the loan and the colony's
sorties during the week includ- praedial larceny, It increases the |nbility to meet the implications

p : 7" ; ” ’ ° ‘ bee, ‘ i oe
Ss yr Super- | P©& nalty to the maximum fine of!) They held that the request was an IEE hk R fi I AY M of q of rol ' ) os .
gg velit by a mataen: |$25 50 or a year’s imprisonment and |indication of Grenada’s need for ei wD an rh . 4 ic “Ue chment of + Brit a THE ALL-STEEt BICYCLE

















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Front.—vU.P. elso créates a fund from all!development aid Hon. R. K | Amer n Militar rohic | al Malsigh Industries Zxithd, Nottingham, Einglands
monies received under the Ordin-|Douglas, the mover, asked for ‘hc | HEAVY showers fell in ali; Station Hill Districts. The gutte , ' 1}
ance except the costs for the pay-|additional amount for the pur-{| districts of St. Michael durir and streets of Bridgetown were point | a ‘AVE SUPPHERI
QUEEN TO FLY KLM ment in compensation t pro- | pose of ensive land settle-' Friday night and early Saturday well washed yesterday morning ’ || 4 CAVE SuiLl Hihp & L., Lid.
AMSTERDAM, Mar. 22 ducers suffering loss vent, hou cheme and the; morning. The showers continued The returr of the othe : tet} &
Queen Juliana decided she will} Mr. C. G. Eastmond extension * social] services. The| throughout the day on Saturday! parishes ere follow 5 ‘ e cl 2 t | Ms 10-13 (ROAR STREET
maintain her plan to travel in ajUnder Secretary of Treasurer expressed regret at the; while dark clouds continued to| George 84 p St Philip 80 gioem test in Ang] | § 4
K.L.M, ait to the United |charge of production int roduction of a motion of the gather in the sky. parts, St " 52 parts iy" | ,
i ; ; c f tl sky. t ’ : ( ¢ STURMEY-
States on April 1 despite the jing Departments meets thot ut any details of th Between Friday night and six Peter 95 Joseph } i al ° | re HER : sph ETE Ts deere
tragic airerash of _ the K.L.M. }lature on Monday m hemes contemplated—how thev|~*o’elock on Saturday morning one; parts, St. Andrev , part st alaeleudisheniih a ‘ ; ‘
plane “Queen Juliana” near!Government House and later the; would be operated and how te; inch and 36 parts fell in the City | Lucy 44 parts, St. John 33 parts,’ jured 8.1824 (2)
Frankfurt.—U.P. ‘Agricultural Association. tmect the commitments. ' and one inch and 28 parts in the! and St. James pa-ts —U.P Penner, ‘


PAGE TWO SUNDAY ADVOCATE SU NDAY, MARCH 23, 1952

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6.6. GLOBE zeta Cceatury re. |S ing... Carub |
TO-DAY 8.30 P.M. LAST SHOWING | New Sniart

tigzk UNKNOWN MAN. — Meena MALS, US. fe Water Polo

Walter PIDGEON — Ann HARDING | ’ } quarters in Trinidad, arrived here EFORE the dance. at the Bar-
= a 3 oa LADIES on Eriday evening by B.W.LA bados Aquatic Club on Sat-
TO-MORROW AND TUESDAY 4.45 & 8.30 P.M.
A Mixed Double vd

| from Antique and will be remain- urday, March 29, there will be
Pacan wove song = | DRESSES









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DRESSES—J ust arrived—a lovely selection of



BATHING SUITS—A large selection of ing until Tuesday staying as a two water polo matehes played
guest of the American Consul by floc he ill e i
Mr. Philip Erfist at St. Lawrence < fipoaighs, owe wt ~
dap l , ' . Law ladies’ game followed by a men’s
. : game.

| Mr. Hale is

colours and prices’

|

Cotton and (

| STRAPLESS BRAS. 32 to 38 f: $3.96
)

now completing a

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Esther WILLIAMS — Howard KEEL | tour of the Caribbéan visitihg the \ Baa enced wre Ws Pi

— and — various officers in the area. He arty aloes ‘ ; aah liee

ae WAH FOR for | has already made calls at Brit- % / — Palo end Tennis, Assogip
| 4 SIDE STREET (New Film) j}ish Guiana, St. Lucia and Anti- F

Cocktails or |e 6 leaving here for The Water Polo Association

Farley GRANGER — James CRAIG Weddings peers er hopes to send g swimming team

R. H. RAMSEY who is also Se eas ta gaits
2 % S ., a B i

OPENING WEDNESDAY, 26TH MARCH = 5 & 8.30 P.M. Smart Didier Creates tack! eta two or perhaps thfee men to Ja-

brief visit to Trinidad and re- mailed Hs Apr to fepresent Bar-

amed TO THE COCKTAIL turned by B.W.LA, on. Friday Bados it tie Brandy ‘Trophy.
: HATS evening. In the Men’s water polo match

on Saturday night a team of



| Back From U.S. Holiday

Desire’ |PLAZA

_— players over 21 years of age will
: 5 * Really, Uncle Cosmo, now meet a team of boys under 21
0 Fike RR ly cb oe = that General Franco’s suid and the game should be a most
iA) oherbrooke, y gz, anc + ea ; nheadih
w= ELVA KAZAN sence amwoceo o ARLES K FELDMAN F - f. Secretary of the Barbados Fire ea ak ses cept lee
: oaue Al RES Insurance Co. returned from the aren’t you just a wee bit The over 21 team will be
U.S.A. via Puerto Rico on Friday ashamed to go on fussing chosen from the following play-

ae after spending a holiday. He was

â„¢ ers: M. Foster, A. Weatherhead,
accompanied by Mrs. Armstrong

Boo Patterson, D. Bannister, K

Cc € Fai Ince, G. McLean, G. Foster, G.
a ile F j 5

Attended Welfare Talks ountry r Jordan, and H. Portillo

GROUP of willing workers The under 21 team will con-

OME of the delegates who had are staging a country fair on tain seven of the following: J
attended the Conference of Easter Monday, April 14 at Trent Chabrol, B, Manning, C. Evelyn,

Social Welfare Officers of th® Combined School, the proceeds of F. Manning, M. Weatherhead,

Caribbean area have now return- which will be in aid of the St. Geoffrey Jordan, A. Taylor, N

ed to their respective colonies, John the Baptist Vicarage Fund. Portillo, O. Johnson and M.

The last Fair held on Whit- Browne.
Monday last year was very suc-

about a tiny little stone?



DISTANT

ae | DaRUsNdSs”
| GARY COOPER
“Bit VEG”

j Among those leaving on Friday
} eae oe 5 poe ed btn cessful, and it is hoped that this Enjoyed Holiday
nt Social Welfare Officer, who We, Will be given similar sup-

JANE WYMAN

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ay 4 THIS & OTUER ||
OUTSTANDING ||
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ah ahs sinted by hic wife port, as funds are very greatly FUE to leave Barbados tomor-
| | CHARLES LAUGHTON | wee ccogeinatte’ by tus wife, Mr. heeded row night in the, badly Nel.
aims Docdidinie’ kemaiaian ; son on their way back to Canada
OTHERS e Fe eT ttt cha, Awarded Scholarship = are Dr. Charles MacDougall, on
: THIS WEEK'S "on AN. BAYLEY, thirteen-year- Sn “eat pacts Snel 3
a ~ 75s rere Poa s a D
; \°" wo TICKETS | | Also leaving. on Friday by old son of Mrs. Doreen Bay- MacDougall, Mr. Stuart Lang,
| B.W.LA. for Trinidad on their ley of Surrey, England, and the President of Lang Bros. Specialty
COMING | 10 | SPECIAL way home were Mr. A. E. McNair, a a D. Bayley of this Co., Ltd. and manufacturers of
Social Development Officer of Colony, has been awarded an In- electrical appliances and Mrs
! te \ te 2 nr ; ve
N Ss | /, oe | British Honduras and the mef)- strumental Scholarship to Cran- Lang and Mr. and Mrs. A. J
00 BROAD At |} bers of the Jamaica delegation leigh School, Surrey. Mylrea, Insurance Brokers all of
Pi ATA MMISIE AL ’ BARGAINS comprising Hon. Harold Hough- ae examination for the schol- Toronto. They were holidaying
‘ ton, Director of Education; Mr. ®?ship was quite a difficult one here for the past two weeks
° TONY MARTIN ! | E. N. Burke, Actin General for the youngster who played two staying at the Windsor Hotel.
4 iB EOWN | EMPIRE ROXY | Slips eee 2 Two for $3.00 | Manager, Jamaica “Welfare Com- pianoforte pieces, one viclin solo, .
q iT oo AINT ING TODAY to TURS. 4.45 & 8.30 7 : | mission, Mr. E. D. Rogers, Execu- Worked a paper on rudiments and Mr. Mylrea said that it wa
7 { | ww Gniversal Proline ae ee Nylon Stdckings .. $1.97 | tive Secretary, Juvenile Authori- sang Schubert's “Hark, hark, the their first visit to the island and
i STARS Starring | a . ty and Mr. B. J. Montgomery, Lark.” they had a, marvellous tim:
* L UubDps n Evat Melvyn Douglas KISS THE BLOOD OF MY kK.
+ ae “ne " EXTRA HANDS” Plastic Handbags from | Chief Probation Officer. Winning this scholarship should They enjoy the island with its
VIVIEN OrL’s well. THAT ENDS WELL Starting $2.88 to $4 13) give him something to live up to fine bathing and were amazed at
t With t miemediliee Sime —- Burt Lancastét — Joah Féntaine s o eee | Film Show in the senior school to which he the~ difference between the hilly
Wea. 120 & 840 Thur. 4.80 onty - a has been promoted. Carib wishes parts ddition to
“s Robert Mitchum Janet Leigh Mon. & Tues, 4.30 & 8.15 Se ae pr hes parts and the rest in addit
€ THENE oe Wg Republic Whole Serial — B’. courtesy of the British im success in his further studies. the general industry that is dis-
AND r “HOpDAY are de “DRUMS OF FU MANCRU"’ ; Souncil there will be a film U S Engineer played by the people.
AUSICAL) 5s . ah aa Et a dhe 1 oo show for the members of the Old “—
’ MARLON DEA iORGAN Thur, 27th 1.30 p.m. and THOME PER ADERS bi Piet eee Scholars feanh ia ‘at , the ‘Mod- SHILST They hope that the —
> , s th at 9.30 a PARADISE VALLEY” High School 5 -STONE tions that are going on for oil
i BRANDO VIRC. if AYO oMANHUNT OF pyertiey LIGHTS OF bi SANTA FE” 7 =. re- and gas = ee a wake th
5 , ISLAND” fain e sl - be successful so as to make th:
g a re ‘ >d HY
? 29th Sat, 29th MID i >yY B W.t. AL tar ‘outrider of the Antilles” a rea
«9G ape “rate sit SHADOW" KING OF THE ROY. g hort visit to his rele- producer of that liquid fuel tha‘
AND IS | — g Maxwell Shilstone is so Lege | io how day and
; a S meration which might prove t
3 THE +|| AND THE a! TIS ON! ’ “OLYMPIC. ROYAL a Today of & r invaluable sane should
— To-day To Tues 4.30 & 8.15 d ef they unfortunately be engulfed
BLUE LAMP IM} ping CROSBY — Fred ASTAIRE TODAY, Last 2 Shows 499 & ome my Si ane Gat one
MOST : in “peouee a4 a * Wendel! Corey—Margartéet Sullivan 7 submarine menace.
Star : — in —
EXCITING pel coornt Ge orge RAFT NO SAD SONGS FOR ME saig that they are all Sool
—— Se and an orward to returning te Bar-
5 Wed, & Thar 430 & 8.15 ie i in Nes but they would not take 2
PAYNE DOUBLE — OMOO OMOO Ron Randell ® _ mecctunrt of Pora?Sipain : 2
i WARNER | «$i ARLUIFT” CRN CAPTAIN. CHINA® Twas Bae os, ° t to spend ten days each wax
BROS. CEAGLE ANDTHE HAWK" “hie Swabian" ~ THE MODERN 7
r @ “SLIGHTLY FRENCH” sian ‘ts
WITH 4 SCREENFUL OF “ADVENTURE OF DON COY¥TE” Starring > . 2 Wenn: : ,
PIGTURE _ |) ' Ne a, ___Doromiy'tAMoun ff EMPIRE a hy wanted 10 oss
A RS AAT INPRO Ii STARS! “PALSE PARADISE wen. & Thar, &00 & £48 DRESS SHOP aah an islands on the war
Sat. th MIDNITE Whole Serial —- 4 diy 285 and 60 Bi } : , ‘ at
ABBOTT &COSTELLO MEET Ete ENYVESERBEE 844N ‘HAUNTED HARBOUR® “THE SHADOW Dh : On their return home he
ie minima LOCO A SOM CUCCS | ke continming te Ten 685 8 KD for mito â„¢ -,, that ey will be tell
Sade ne nae SS SSS = m . o an o fr : what they are missin
$9095 5095995559199 1 PORT OTET DFT S OVO O OTT DT DOTS T ODEON EOE TOOT OM, ‘ F _ not coming to Barbados.
= s Eng te
R S| : , “2° To Inspect Airfield Sites
*
* | tS ING COMMANDER L. A.
x %| wectuk of EGGLESFIELD, Directo:
. x rican conti- General of Civil Aviation jn the
S : e M aenae Saath ribbeen area will be leaying
8 ‘Central Amerinan ae today by B.W.DA. on & vistt t
» : a9 Grand yman to inspect aiffiel
8 te thence to Jamaica
> . Mission from the Inter-
3 y Back Again nal Civil Aviation Organise -
>, n
= “SEE YO! JRSEI F RS. VIOLET KIRTON, medi- ~~~
SS] « . TT) 4
. cel Representative fA s $
x Wander Lid, thakers of OfGtine _ Trinidad Medico
% and other pharmaceutint aras. T}®:, NOBLE SARKAR of th
x \ | cts is on another visit to the Colonial Hospital, San Fer-
. AS O ] HERS West Indies Mrs. Kirton is direct 2@ndo who was in Barbados ear-

from the London office of Wander ler in the year, returned on Fri-
Lid. and experts "t be here for “4Y by B.W.LA. for a short visi

Bake a Cake!

neveral weeks and is staying at ‘Leaton-on-
SEE YOU” Convalescing Sea”, the Stream.
ne of Mrs. Simmons Back To Brooklyn
With these BCCE aids i Beauty Culturist of





je”, Hastings, will he R GEORGE GITTENS who
earn that she is much im- | has been here for the past
after ha been six weeks as qa guest of his nep-
siy fll and is convalescing at hew Mr. Laurie Gittens of

t nursing home. She Brittons Hill, left during last week

_ WE HAVE JUST OPENE

ILKINGT

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for a successful hostess

mam ICING SETS
Choice of 12 patts.



= y, : Lae hor _ to be leaving the home for
“JOAN EVANS Brief Visit
’ pe jr ~~. COMMANDER és: Talking Point
= PATTY PANS Sz MELVYN DOUGLAS OMMANDER CHARLES

HAYWOOD Vige-President A great many people think

ss s i we f the Amateur Athleâ„¢c Associa- they are thinking when th are
a SPONGE PANS a ® LYNN BARI - tion of Trinidad returned to merely ce-drfenging their en-
: Trinidad @n Friday evening by dices

= EGG WHISKS — —" | B.W.LA. after a brief visit here. —William James.

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FLOUR SIFTERS

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SUNDAY, MARCH 23, 1952

At The Cinema



THREE GOOD FILMS
By G.B.

EACH of the three films I have seen this week is good
entertainment, and it is extremely difficult to make a first

choice.

particular importance.

TAP ROOTS, showing at the
Plaza, Barbarees, is based on

James Street’s best selling novel.
I have not read the book, but the
film is a rousing, romantic his-
torieal drama that holds your in-
terest throughout. The time is the
Améfican Civil War—the place
Lebanon County, Mississippi, own-
ed and ruled by the proud and
domineering descendants of Sam
Dabney who cleared and settled
the land years before. A colourful
period, of American history and
the producer has lost no oppor-
tunity to make the film vivid,
glowing entertainment, The Tech-
nicolor is magnificent and the set-
tings, with the rolling hills of the
Blue Ridge Mountains and The
Smokies, covered in foliage that
is more blue than green, together
with the soil that is almost blood-
red make a brilliant background
of natural pageantry for the story.

When the state of Mississippi
seceded from the Union in 1860,
Lebanon County, under its pow-
erful landowner Hoab Dabney,
secedes from the state, and with
the help of Keith Alexander,
newspaper man and duellist, Dab-
mey rouses the sympathies of the
farmers and an army is formed.
Notwithstanding their loyalty and
bravery, the local army is de-
feated in battle by the Confederate
soldiers, and all that is left is the
valley and the family’s realization
of their deep-rooted love for their
land which they, in turn, will now
have to clear and bring into pro-
duction again.

Characterizations are colourful
with a vivacious portrayal by
Susan Hayward of Morna Dab-
mney, Southern beauty with a mind
of her own; Van Heflin as the
notorious newspaper editor whose
wits are matched by his reputation
for duelling; Ward Bond as Hoab
Dabney, whose pride in the own-
ership of his land overshadows
his commonsense and brings down
the final holocaust and Boris Kar-
loff as Tishumengo, Choctaw In-
dian, servant and friend of the
family, whose affection, loyalty
and wisdom make him a tower of
strength. All these people help to
Weave the strands of a graphic
story climaxed by a_ spectacular
battle in the swamps between the
Conferate Cavalry and the Leba-

non farmers.
Direction is excellent and the
musical background in perfect

keeping with the atmosphere of
the film.

DECISION BEFORE DAWN

With a fine cast, expert pho-
tography and sensitive direction,
DECISION BEFORE DAWN opens
at the Globe next Wednesday.
There can be no question that this
is an outstanding film, and will
take its place among the memor-



That being the case, order of reviewing is of no

Two salient questions are posed
in this film—when is a spy not a

spy and who is a traitor to his
country? These pertinent ques-
tions are pointed up by actual

events which took place during
the last months of World War Il
in Germany, when the Allied
Forces used prisoners of war on
dangerous missions to obtain in-
formation behind the German
lines It explores the meanings
of treason and with insight and
dramatie forcefulmess shows the
sufferings of people on both sides
and that frequently it is an al-

most imdeéfinable hairline that
sets hero gpart from traitor.
There is no eulogy on patriotism;

it is shown in all its terror and

splendour and sacrifice.

The attention of this true and
moving war-drama centres on an
idealistie German boy who
honestly believes that he ean best
serve his country by helping to
bring about the downfall of the
vicious and corrupt forces that
command her destiny. A prisoner
of war, he offers his services to
the Allies and is selected, with
another p.o.w. and a U.S. Army
Lieutenant to find the strategic
position of an important Panzer
Division. To know that one can
best serve one’s country by fight-
ing against it takes a_ stouter
heart and spirit than most people
possess but during the time he is
back with his own people in the
execution of his mission, though
he is. torn between two loyalties,
his decision to help the Allies
never wavers and he gives his life
for his country.

In this role, Oscar Werner, a
young Viennese actor gives a dis-
tinguished and deeply sensitive
performance, while Gray Merrill
and Richard Basehart are splendid
as American officers in chdtge of
the manoeuvres and co-ordination
of underground activities. The
balance of the cast is made up of
noted German actors and selected
G.I's,

Based on George Howe Chris-
topher’s novel “Call It Treason,”
DECISION BEFORE DAWN was
filmed entirely in bomb-shattered
Germany and the result is tense,
exciting and moving entertain-
ment.

ONLY THE VALIANT

Showing at the Plaza, Bridge-
town, ONLY THE VALIANT is
also a film, like “Tap Roots” with
an historical] background, but -f
an entirely different kind. The
period is 1867 and the setting is
a frontier post on the borders of
the Apache country. Taken from
the novel by Charles Marquis
Warren, the film is an exciting
adventure, when a small garrison
of seven United States Calvalry-
men are selected by their Captain
to hold a fort against the Indians
until reinforcements arrive at the

SUNDAY



ADVOCATE

FARM AND GARDEN

There may be some poultrymen
locally who’ have tried their hand
at caponizing, but we have been
unable to trace them and to learn
of their views and experience. Our
attention was recently attracted to
an item ‘Philadelphia Capon’
appeared on the menu of a visit-
ing tourist boat, hence a note on
the subject generally may be of
interest.

The above Gescription may be
just a compliment to tourists trom
Philadelphia travelling on the
boat and, therefore, useful as a
pleasing advertisement — as so
many descriptive labels are—or
that city may have been a collect-
ing point for the ship’s supplies of
this famous table delight. There
may be other reasons of which we
are unaware. Use of a place label
does not necessarily indicate the
actual source or origin of a com-
modity. We know, for example,
that a bottle labelled ‘Montserrat
Lime Juice’ is more than likely the
product of Dominica, the latter
tsland having superseded the
former in the growing of the lime.
The original term, however, still
serves as a trade name familiar to
all users of lime juice, Similarly,
the term ‘Worcester Sauce’ is
only a trade mame for a kind or
type of condiment, Thus, the term
‘Philadelphia’ applied to capon is
likely to be just a whim or fancy
designed to catch the eye. But,
whatever the reason, it does bring
publicity to the city of that name
and to the suppliers of the com-
modity in question. Now, we
think the term ‘Barbados Capon’
would be equally rhythmical on a
hotel or club menu and, if added
to the fact that it was a local pro-
duct, would combine pride of
achievement with good publicity
value. Well, what about it, hotel
keepers and restauranteurs? Have
you any suggestions for encour-
aging the local production of
capons?

Capons, of course, are nothing
new; they trace back to ancient
days and many a mediaeval ban-
quet featured capon. We seem to
recall that Neville Connell’s short
history of Barbados carries a ref-
erence to capon figuring among the
viands of an old time vestry ‘get
together’, Thus, the art of capon-
izing must have been practised
locally and we hope not entirely
relegated to the limbo of things
forgotten. The term ‘capon’ sug-
gests something exotic and roman-
tic compared with the ordinary



reason for selecting them—name-
ly, their army récords are such
that they could easily be spared
from the post — but, before the
battle, each man gets his chance to
vindicate himself. The final battle
is a fitting climax to the suspense
that is built up and ends in the
rout of the Apaches by the new
Gatling Gun.

Gregory Peck heads a good cast
and as the tough, hard-bitten
officer, he adds yet another excel-
lent characterization to his long
list of successes. Ward Bond, Lon
Chaney jr. and Jeff Corey each
give distinctive performances in
their separate roles while Barbara



By AGRICOLA
‘chicken’ or ‘fowl’ which, more-
over, often ineludes ahy bird—

male or female—which may have
been running around the yard for
some time before destiny inter-
venes and it finally reaches the
consumer with the euphemistic
label ‘chicken’, é

A capon is commonly described
as a cockerel whih has had its re+
productive organs removed when
about two months old. Surplus
male birds on a poultry farm or
in a backyard can be an annoy-
ance to both hens and neighbours,
They are a hindrance to farmers
and poultry keepers producing
table eggs for market since male
birds allowed to. run with the
flock cause a préponderance of
fertile eggs which do not keep
well. There are still many people
who believe that in order for a
hen to lay eggs she must have a
mate which, of course, is not the
ease at all. Besides, cockerels al-
lowed to mature are tough and un-
palatable. Converted into capons,

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GARDENING HINTS FOR AMATEURS

RE-POTTING FERNS
The re-potting of Ferns is a
debatable point with many gar-
deners, some hold that the family

of Maidenhair should be re-pot-
ted every year, and some dis-
agreeing with this. But should

a fern appear healthy, and is not
overcrowded in the flower-pot it
would seem absurd to disturb it
and the most sensible thing would
be to leave it alone until a re-
potting is really necessary.

Should re-potting however
have to be done the recognised
time to re-pot ferns is the month
of March, At this time of the
year it is dry, and this job can
be done in the comfort of hand-
ling dry materials and uninter-
rupted by showers. It’s always
best in doing a job of this sort
to have everything ready to hand
before starting, and the first thing
to see to is that the flower-+pots
that are to be used are clean and
dry.

The next thing to have ready
is the potting mixture. In this
again opinions differ, for it is
well known that ferns are very
accommodating things, and ‘will
make the best of almost any soil.
But naturally they will do even
better if some trouble is taken
to give them all they need and
a little trouble over the mixture
is well worth while. There are
various formulas for ferns. The
mixture given here has been
taken from the little book “Gar+
dening in Barbados for Ama-
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Potting Mixture For Ferns

3 parts of sifted leaf mould.

1 part wood-ash

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however, thay put on weight rap-
idly and will develop into plump,
fleshy, tender and very palatable
table birds, With the right instru-
ments, the operation is simple to
perform and harmless in _ its
effects. As a result, the capon
changes materially from its form-
ex features. It becomes docile, the
comb and wattles do not develop,
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at high prices, especially on fes- |

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or marl or very small pieces
of hard stone,

Dividing The Fern ]
Sometimes a fern needs only |
to be taken from a small pot anc |
re-potted into a latger one, But}
occasionally the fern is over-|
grown and needs to be divided |
to enable it to give two or even |

three plants instead > one.
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vision is to cut th fern
cleanly, roots anc 1 a



Te ie. |
urn the fern ow ui wwe ,
part the fronds and cut aeney
down in the desired spot thus di-
viding it into two or more plants.
One garden book tells us that it
is possible to do this ration, |
if so wanted, without ta! g the
fern out of the pot at all, Just cut
and remove the divided part from
the pot after it-is cut then fill-
ing in the space with the potting
mixture, .

After the fern has been re-
planted, keep it in a shady place
for some time, and keep it well
watered.

When potting the ferns a good
layer of broken ecrocks or small
stones must first be placed at the
bottom of the pot. Next fill the
half full with the potting mix-
ture After that put in the fern,
press it firmly dewn and fill up
the pot, Do not make the mistake
of planting the fern too deep but
try to have a nice judgment in
this matter and get it just right.

After the newly potted fern
has made a start, and has been
moved into its real home in the
Fernery, see to it that the pot
is placed so that the fern has
plenty of room and air around
it. See too that the pot is turn-
ed from time to time, for this
ensures that the fern will grow
into a nice even shape instead of
lopsided.

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W.I. NEED PACEMEN
SAYS GODDARD

Team For Jamaica Selected
By 0. S. COPPIN

‘KIPPER JOHN GODDARD returned from Aus-
| wala via Trinidad on Tuesday. Although
} he was a busy man and had not seen his family for
| seven months yet he was kind enough to spare me
| a few minutes immediately on his arrival.
| He confirmed the view that I had expressed al-
most ad nauseam in this column and that is that
the absence of really fast men, capable of bowli
with sufficient spirit and thrust as first of all to
} disturb the batsrman’s equilibrium, and secondly to
} Maintain some sort of balance of bumpers,

Both Jeiirey Stollmeyer and Gerry Gomez expressed a similar
view to skipper Goddard when they arrived some days before him
j; and although I did not expect him to do otherwise, I am glad that
| he supported the view in aefinite and unequivocal terms,
| MY SUPPORT TOO
‘| TOO support a qualification made by Goddard thet this should
} not mean that every pace bowler should now start bowling short
| and bowling nonsense. Ii they had the necessary pace they should be
| trained from the point of view of accuracy, guile and thrust.

I had a friendly chat with International cricketer Herman Griffith
yesterday and I am sure that he would not mind my quoting him in
this respect because I think that it sums up both skipper Godfiard’s
views and my own views on the subject and that is that a man must

be a bowler /irst before he could attempt to bowl bumpers

| That brings us back to the fact that the West Indies cricket au-
thorities who have apparently ignored responsible opinion in West
| Indian cricket circles for years now that has advocated that pace
| bowlers taken on International tours must be trained and not select
| ed almost at random as selegtion after a single Intercolonial series

must surely be.

i PACERS NEEDED

(oes has emphasised the ‘act that they are needed. In this
respect be has corroborated views previously expressed by

Jeffrey Stollmeyer and Gerry Gomez, two players who are senior in

service to him : International cricket field,

Ca wlies cricket authorities afford to ignore this
authe ) ought, If so they need to be converted or dis-
! carded before the Indian tour opens in 1952—53,

A meeting is due this year in British Guiana and there has been
indicated Unai there will be a change in the’ administration. The re-
presentatives of the various member bodies must bear in mind that
in selectung the officers they will be handing over to them the safe-
keeping of future West Indies cricket and any appointments made by
fn should be made with a full. measure of responsibility.



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There must be no insularity nor despicable propaganda methods
directed at candidates and above all they must choose men strong
and resolute enough to keep West Indies cricket at a level that ensures
for it a respectable position in World cricket circles.

ARE PROFESSIONALS AVAILABLE ?
[PERE is much speculation about the fact that ali the professionals,

Worrell, Walcott, Weekes and Marshall might not be available



for the tour with India, \ - :
it must be remembered that the opinion of Goddard hinself and
of Jeifrey Stoilmeyer as well is that we can take care of IfMfdiia if we

| have the services of our professionals.

Some quarters have suggested that Mr, Cyril Merry, the manager
of the team to Australia is the one person who can throw any light
al present on that matter. However Mr. Merry will have to report
;to the Board and it is the right of the member bodies of the West
{Indies Cricket Board of Control to be apprised of the true position.

If this is so, although I am sure that there is no immediate talent
in the West Indies to substitute for any one of the four players just
mentioned, especially Wit htheir further experience of a tour to
Australia, then the West Indies must set about at once to tackle what~
ever obstacles lie in the way of our obtaining the services of these
| professionals.
| Failing this, however much we may be stunned at the prospect
| Of doing without one or more of them, we will have to tackle the
| problem at once as only prompt action will help to cushion the blow
jin case they are not available.

TALENT SPOTTING

SEE that Trinidad have instituted a scheme for talent spotting.
This should be taken up at a West Indian level. I agree that
| there should be an effort by controlling bodies in West Indian terri-
tories to look for talent themselves, but too long have we ignored
| the field of the Leeward and Windward Islands that in the past have
given us Ollivierre and Mignon to mention just two at random.

Surely West Indian cricket delegates should witness the Cork
Cup games played by Leeward and Windward islands teams and
report back in time for prospective candidates to be vetted. I should
hate to see a repetition of the feeble effort at trying out Crick of
St. Lucia and Mason of St. Vincent for the W.I.—Australian tour.

TENNIS TEAM SELECTED

Ric P. TAYLOR, J. D. Trimmingham and D. E. Worme as reserve,

have been selected by the Council of the Barbados Amateur

Lawn Tennis Association to represent Barbados in the Brandon
irophy games in Jamaica,

I have been informed that the Association might find it possible
only to send two players owing’ to the high cost of Rassages and
accommodation.

They are however endeavouring to raise sufficient funds to defray
the cost of sending the third player Worme. I hope for the sake of
Barbados’ already limited chances that it will be possible to send
three players otherwise it would mean that should two players go,
they will have to play two Singles as well as Doubles, on three
consecutive afternoons, all the best of five sets.

This will be a considerable risk in addition to being a terrific
Strain. Added to this, if either of them becomes ill or meets with an
accident, Barbados will have to forfeit the game.

I understand that the Association has circulated all the leading
sports clubs soliciting donations, but so far their efforts have not met
with success, .

This venture, in my opinion, recornmends itself at once to public
support as there is every possibility of the Association receiving a
generous donation from the profit from the tour in Jamaica and this
will be set aside for conditioning a portion of the land at the Pine
for use as Association grounds.

oy ee ALTA RS Be Las 1
ATHLETICS SECRETARY RESIGN

SEE that Mr. J. W. B. Maynard has resigned as Secretary of the

Amateur Athletic Association of Barbados, Mr. Maynard has
rendered sterling service to the newly formed Association during his
regime as Secretary, ‘

Public memory is notoriously short and the work of a Secretary
such as Mr. Maynard who helped to revive local athletics after a
decade of hibernation might well be promptly forgotten. I recom-
mend him to the sporting public for their thanks and appreciation of
his work which might not be known even to that branch of nincom-
poops who turn up at General Meetinjgs of Associations in cricket,
football, athletics or what you will, completely ignorant of the history
of the particular Association and’ proceed to use their tongues and
their votes in no uncertain manner, even if unintelligently.

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Barna One Point

Ahead Of Q.C.

BARNA, by scoring a four-one win over Adelphi, have
retained their lead in the Ladies’ Inter-Club Table Tennis

Championships.

It takes a lot to beat the Barna team. I

was one of the many who thought that Adelphi could at
Jeast secure two matches if not beat Barna if the draw was

favourable.

The draw was very reasonable.

It resulted in the

players well matched and doubtless to say, everyone
looked forward to the overthrow of the Strathclyde team.

Marion Manning, by her ex-
cellent concentration and sugreme
ability at tactics, swung the
game in Barna’s favour by de-
feating Betty Carrington, one of
the outstanding players of the
Adelphi team. This was the most
interesting match of the night.
Miss Manning, to the delight of
the crowd, won by two straight
games, 22—20, 21—16.

I feel that Miss Manning has
the edge on the other ladies
when it comes to concentration.
Her only handicap is her weak
forehand defence but with more

ractice she should go far in the
Padies' Open Championship,

In the first game of the Man-
ning-Carrington match both play-
érs began very cautiously, Miss
Carrington took three of the first
five points. The score was 10—
8 when Miss Carrington delight-
ed the audience with a hard fore-
hand slam which penetrated Miss
Manning's defence. Shortly af-
terwards Miss Carrington smash-
ed again but the cheering did not
appear to worry Miss Manning’s
concentration.

For the better part of this game
Miss Carrington’s backhand cut
shot, which kept low over the
ret, appeared to worry Miss
Manning. Service changed at
16—14 and later at 20—15 in
favour of Miss Carrington.

Then Miss Manning found her
opponent’s weakness. She discov-
ered that pushing the ball hard
to her opponent's backhand did
not present a problem. She there-
fore shortened the ball. By doing
this she hindered Miss Carring-
ton from getting on her beauti-
ful cut shot.

Miss Manning brought the game
from 20—15 to deuce as every-
one cheered loudly. She got the
following two points to win
22—20.

Takes the Lead
Inspired by her lead, Miss
Manning took the lead in the
second game. Miss Carrington
brought points even at eight all.
Miss Manning however regained
the lead. Service changed at
19—16 in her favour. By this time
Miss Carrington appeared to have
lost confidence. Miss Manning

won easily, 21—16.
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Football
Fixtures

DIVISION ONE
Mon. 24—Cariton vs. Everton
Referee O. Graham
Linesmen: H. Wilson and G, Amory.
Thursday 27—Notre Dame vs. Empire
Referee O. S. Coppin



Linesmen: S. Parris and C, Roachford.
Sat. 29.—Carlton vs. Spartan
Referee: S. Gittens
Linesmen; W. Hoyos and R. Parris.

DIVISION TWO

Tues. 25—Empire vs. P. Rovers
Referee W. Hoyos

Fri. _28—Carlton vs. Everton.
Referee: G. Amory

DIVISION THREE
Mon, 24—Rangers vs. Combermere at
Shell,

Referee: J. Parris.
Cable & Wireless vs
Boarded Hall.

Referee S. Parris.

Tues. 25—College vs.
College.

Referee C. B. Williams.

Regiment vs Lodge at Garrison.

Referee F. Edwards
Notre Dame vs. F. O. Boys at Bay

Referee J. Archer
Foundation vs. Y.MP.C Tae at
Beckles Road.

Referee K. Walcott.

Everton vs. Carlton at Black Rock.

Referee A. Parris
Police vs. Pickwick-Rovers at Kensing-

ton.

Referee A. Thomas.
Cc. O. Boys vs Wanderers at Comber-
mere,
. Referee R. Hutchinson.
Fri, 28—C, O, Boys vs. Police at Com-
bermere
Referee K. Walcott.
Foundation vs Rangers at Foundation
Referee G. King
Fri, 28—Carlton vs Combermere at Black
Rock.
Referee C. Roachford
Wanderers vs. Y.M.P.C, at Bay.
Referee D. Wilson
C. & W. vs. P. Rovers at Boarded Hall.

Referee A. Thomas.
College vs, YÂ¥.M.P.C,

Referee R_ Parris

INTER SCHOOL
Fri. 28—Lodge vs. College at Lodge.
Referee O. Graham

Foundation at

Y.M.P.C. “B” at

“BR

“A” at College.



H.C. Defeated
By Spartan 3-0

Playing a very much improved
game, Spartan yesterday evening
defeated Harrison College by 3
goals to nil when the second
round of the B.A.F.A. first divis-
ion fixtures began at Kensington
Oval.

There was another good crowd
in attendance, and they were
somewhat disappointed in the fact
that the College team, though
Starting @ good game, lapsed into
many errors which militated
against their chances of saving
the game.

Spartan touched off, kicking to-

wards the southern goal, and
after the College defence had
thwarted their first effort, the

School boys began to show some
of the form associated with this
team at the beginning of the
season,

This return to form was most
evident during the first fifteen
minutes of play when with good
combination and _ constructive
play, they sent the Park team on
the defensive.

The two Tudor brothers, Paul
at centre forward and his brother
Fernando at inside right, concen-
trated moe on dribbling into the
goal than on taking shots even
when inside the penalty area. Too
often did they do this, and as a
result, the Spartan backs were
able to recover when beaten and
passed, and very excellent oppor-
tunities were missed when tha
school team was definitely on top

A Good Pass

The Spartan team after the
lapses by the school boys, suc-
ceeded in organising themselves,
and soon Jemmott got a good pass
on the left wing, cut in and sent
in a grounder with his right foot,
beating Smith, the College cus-

todian to open fhe score for
Spartan,

The College defence was not
undaunted, and they staved off

many a Spartan attack, but each
time, the forward line bungled
their chances of equalising,

Another goal came for Spartan
when Grant at inside right sent
one across to Jemmott on the left

- wing for this player to cut in and

take his second good shot. Ains-
ley Gittens, the Spartan centre
forward, however, was in position
and converted.

The interval was taken with no
change in the score, and when
play was resumed, Spartan press
ed the attack in an effort to in-
crease further their lead. The
school boys were also trying des-
perately for their first goal, but
again the Tudor brothers contin-
ued dribbling into their op-
ponents’ goal.



Defence Tiring

After ten minutes, the College
defence began to show signs of
tiring, and the Park team taking
advantage of this, pu# everything
they had into the attack. They
played quite good football, and
their. short passing was nearly
always correct.

They succeeded in enhancing
their position when Griffith kicked
a good corner which Gittens re-
ceived and passed to Ishmael who
sent in a pile-driver which re-
bounded off the net, leaving the
spectators aghast.

During the final stages of the
game, the College forwards allow-
ed numerous chances to go abeg-
ging, and the final whistle found
aaa winners by three goals to
nil,



“ILLUSTRIOUS”’
DEFEATED

A one day cricket match at
“Brisbane”, Chelston Gap, Cullo-
den Road, ended in an outright
victory for Mr, Fields’ XI last
Thursday.

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SUNDAY, MARCH 23, 1952

GOOD HORSES AT
UNION PARK
Bright Light And April's Dream

To Renew Rivatry

By BOOKIE



NTRIES for the Union Park meeting have
produced better fields than we have seen fo:
many years at this particular fixture. The recerd
number of 106 is not very much larger than ‘the
previous best, but it is mainly the quality of the
fields and not the numerical strength which
impresses. :

For many years now Union Park has been suffering from a
dearth of good horses racing in the top class. This has been going
on since 1939. But this year the top class event, the Leaseholds
Trophy, has attracted both quantity and quality. There are eleven
on the list and of these at least five can be numbered among the best
in the West Indies at present. If we number the newcomer Astrion
among those for which high hopes are held it will mean that at least
over half the field is something more than padding,

S I see it those with the best chances, not only in the Leaseholds
A Trophy, but at the entire meeting, in this class are: Kandy
Tuft II, Golden Quip, Notonite, Hellican and Mark Twain. Between
these there should not be much to choose except with regard to Mark
Twain who was in very poor form at the Christmas Meeting. It is
difficult to say exactly what his trouble was, but I would not be
surprised to hear that the hard going which prevailed had something
to do with it, If Mark Twain’s form of last June is recalled and again
his performances at Arima, where he won once, it will be remembered
that he gave of his best when the going was soft.

In that case we may have to rule him out once more on the
strength of latest reports whicii indicate that the going at Union
is.on the hard side. With the other four it looks as if we shall be
in for a battle royal. With their respective displays; both at the
Christmas meeting and the Barbados March meeting so recently
concluded, it is clear that the harder the going, the better they will
run.

Kandy Tuft II should be the favourite. After racing two seconds
at the Christmas fixture, he showed us that he was still running into
form by winning his third race and then running well again when
only a miscalculation on the part of his rider seemed to rob him of
the race. At Union I should imagine he will be in better form dué
to his having acclimatised himself more. ’

But what difference he has in his favour will not be much over
a horse like Notonite and to draw a line between the\two, one can
easily refer to the performance of each against Fuss Budget.. She
has recently beaten them both. But while she allowed a few pounds
to Kandy Tuft II when she did so, she was in receipt of many pounds
from Notonite when she defeated him here a few weeks ago.

HEN it comes to sprints, Hellican is perhaps the one with the

best chances and judging from the way he was run at the
Christmas meeting, his connections seem to think it a slur on such
a fine horse to allow him to run in C class. For although he was
classified In this division, I do not think he ran one race in it for the
entire meeting. But he did so well in the handicaps with good
weights that I do not think the difference, now that he finds himself
in A, will mean very much.



Golden Quip is a mare about which I would not like’ to commit
myself on paper very often, Above I i.cluded her in the four there
is not much to choose between. But Verhaps I shoulc have added
the proviso: “If fit and racing true.” Otherwise she will be beaten
Just as easily and ridiculously as she has been for the last year or
more prior to the Christmas meeting. I heard it said by someone
who should be in the know that the Christmas meeting was the first
lime that she was really at her best because she had taken such a
long time to acclimatise. Far be it from me to d ny this. I have
known others to take longer. But it does seem Raisutous to force
such a good horse and delay her “acclimatisation”, (if it may be so
termed) by the very act of forcing. But this is a common ailment
with owners in the W.I. There has even been the case of the horse
whose owner was forced to allow him the necessary time to acclima-
tise because he broke down after two quick meetings. That is really
doing it the hard way, isn’t it? :

1 also see that Ligan is on the entry list once again. This is not
surprising although, of course, there is no certainty that he will face
the starter. Some time ago it was rumoured that even Jetsam might
make a come back to racing. The latter incidentally has sired a lovely
bunch of horses up here who will be seen this year as two-year-olds,
Toten he already has some three-year-olds to his name racing in
Trinidad.

Races in B class and C class at Union have produced their usual
crop of new names and older stagers all mixed up. It is difficult to
pick out any as potential favourites from this distance. I notice that
one of the few visitors in these classes will be Mr, Cyril Baraard’s
Southern Cross. She is staging a come-back. .

In the creole classes the feature event will be the Easter Guineas.
A well thought up classic for three-year-olds over 7 furlongs. this
will be the second renewal. There are nine final acceptors and as
already mentioned some weeks ago the outstanding favourite is Bright
Light. The rest of the field consists of: Claire de Lune, (Potora-
Ranee), The Ambassadress (Coat-of-Arms——-Weglind), Mark Light
(Merry Mark-Fastnet), April’s Dream (Jim Crackerjack-April Show-
ers), En Prix (Jetsam-Sun Maiden), Drury Lane (Roidan-H,B. mare),

. Flying Rock (Rockphoon-Really Flying), Gallant Rock (Rockphoon-

Leap Year).

.JT is not known if the New Union Park Turf Club intend to leave this

classic open to all horses bred in the B.W.I.in future years, but
at present it might be the only one in existence in which our creoles
can be seen against those of Jamaica. I say “might be” because I
am not sure of the conditions of the Derby Trial Stakes at Arima.
In any case if they are both left open they will perhaps, one day, be
the most important classics in the B.W.I. For in all others the
Jamaicans are for the Jamaicans while Barbados and Trinidad for
everybody else except the Jamaicans.

Providing that Bright Light is fit I see no reason why she should
not take the race rather easily. The entries for the last two days at
Union have not yet been published and so it is not known whether
she has been entered in any of the C class races. It is very probable
that she has not been, so that if she is beaten in the classic, the horse
who defeats her need not be worried over as far as future classifica-
tion is concerned. But it would be very interesting to see the re-
shuffle after the meeting if Bright Light is beaten in the classic and
then wins an open C class event.

Her main rivals will be Gallant Rock and Drury Lane with April’s
Dream as the great unknown quantity. The last named has not been
seen on the trask since she ran here last August as a two-year-old
when she won her first race and was then beaten in her second, Her
defeat it was said was due to sore shins. This will therefore be her
third encounter with Bright Light and each having had a‘victory over
the other, it will be interesting to see whether April’s Dream has
made the abnormal progress which Bright Light made between
August and December.

In class D I see that Paris is due to make a come-back while the
newly reconditioned Ali Baba is also prominent on the list. Cross
Roads is also on the list and it would be fortunate indeed if both him-
self.and Paris could recover their true form, which we know would
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A.W.A.B. PREPARES
FOR JUNIOR SHOW

FEWO sets ‘of eliminations were

held during the week by the
Amateiir Weightlifting Association
in prepara-
tion for the
Junior
Weightlifting
Show and
Body Beau-
ty @on-
tests which
take place at



A. IFILL
Queen’s Park Steel Shed on Sat-
urday night at eight o'clock.

So far only three ladiés have en-
tered for the Miss Bridgetown
Contest but the Association is
looking forward to an ifcrease in
this number to over a dozen by
the end of néxt week. The Miss
Bridgetown Contest is one of the
great attractions of the show,

For the honour, Mr. Barbados
Jnr, there are twenty-one en-
trants. The average height is five
feet, seven and a half inches but
the men all have beautiful bodies.
This Contest will provide a head-
aché for the judges.

The first set of eliminations was
held at York Barbell Club, Black
Rock on Monday night. There
are only two entrants, A, Grant
of York and M. Reviere of Unique,
in the 123 lb. Class and they have
qualified for the Show.

In the 132 Ib.

Class there were
four entrants, K.
Watson of Bede's
Gym, G. Jordan
of Leeward, R.
Goddard of Eagle
Hall Club and A.
Weekes of York
Barbell. Weekes
and Watson were
overweight, leav-
ing Goddard and
Jordan in the
competition.

It was not ne-
cessary for God- e
dard and Jordan fm. BLENMAN
to lift but they gave an exhibition.

Jordan in his first attempt at
the press, did 155 and in his second
165. He did not make a third at«
tempt. For his first attempt at
the press Goddard took 160 and
for his second 170. He was suc-
cessful with both,














In the snatch
Jordan started
with 160 and
failed, He was

however success-
ful with 170 and
175. Goddard, on

the other hand,
was successful
with 155 but

failed in his sec-
ond with 165. He
did not take the

third,
For the clean
and jerk God-

dard started with
200 and was suc~
cessful, He failed

J. MARSHALL with 210. Jordan
failed with 210 in his first, 220 in
the second but was successful with
220 in his final attempt. e to-
talled 560 as against Goddard's
525. *

There were three lifters in the
148 Ib. Class. B. Blenman of
Unique and G. Layne of Eagle
Hall qualified. Blenman’s total
was 605 pounds and Layne’s 590.
The other lifter, L, Hall of York,
totalled 335.

Savannah Club
Tennis

Owing to rain no play was pos-
sible yesterday. Players will be
advised of the new dates on whieh
the matches arranged for yester-
day will be played.

MONDAY’S FIXTURES
Ladies’ Singles Final

Miss Pilgrim vs. Miss’ M. King.
Ladies’ Doubles :
Mrs. C. I. Skinner and Miss
Austin vs. The Misses Bowen,

Men’s Doubles

R. S. Nicholls and F. D, Barnes
vs. D. E. Worme and J. D
Trimingham,

P. McG. Patterson and G. H
Manning vs. C. B. Lawless and
W. Crichlow.



Blenman’s bodyweight is 147}
pounds. He was successful at his
first and second attempts at the
press With 160 and 170 but failed
in his third attempt with 180.

Layne weighing 142, had the
edge on him in the press. He was
suceessful with 165, 175 and fin-
ally with 180,

Hall, 1489, was
3 oe with
his gen

at the yes
155. He failed in

the second with
165 but got the
samé amount
into the air if his
third attempt.

Blenman took
185 for his first
attempt at the
snatéh. He was
successful but
failed in his see-
ond attempt with
195. He sueceed-
ed in his final at-
tempt with 195.

Layne was Vv



POLLARD
successful in his first with 170 but
failed on two o¢casions with 180.
Hall snatched 170 but failed with
180 and 185.
Blenman
230 in his first attempt and 240

cleaned and jerked
in his second. He did not take
the third attempt, Layne was
successful with 230 and 240 but
failed with 250. Hall failed with
230 on two occasions and finally
with 240.

There were six
entries in the 165
ib . Class. K
Brathwaite 159,
who totalled 635
and F. Prescod
163, with 610
pounds have
qualified. Brath-
waite of Acro
was successful in
the press with
165, 175 and 180.
Preseod of Palm
Springs, was suc-
cessful with 175
but failed with
185 and 190.



R. GODDARD

Brathwaite snatched 185, 195
and 200 while Prescod was suc+
cessful in his first attempt with
175 but failed with 185 and 190.

In the clean and jerk Brath-
waite, was successful with 235
245 and 260.

The competition between these
two in the Show should be very
keen jobut Brathwaite, with the
lighter bodyweight, will most like-
ly*be the winner.

The totals of
the others in this
Class were: V.
Pollard, 595; Stc.
Springer 605; F.
Doughlin 355 and
Ss. jelds 5924.
The other en-
trant, C. Clarke,
was overweight.

V. Callender of
Acro and 4H.
Small of Unique
will be lifting in
the 181 ib. Class.
D. Stuart of Acro
is the only en-
trant in the 198
Ib. Class.



e

E. BRYAN
The entries for Mr. Barbados
Jnr. «re J. Evelyn, Zenith; vV.
Pollard, and E, Poliard, A. Ifill,
S. Gibbons, R. Goddafd, G.
Layne, R. Bartow, F. Dowlin, E.
Bryan, J. Marshall, F, Roberts, R.
xittens, E. Burke, R. Blackman,
I. Bartell, H. Jones, B. Blenman,
H. Small, and 4, Thompson.

The Officials are as follows:
Scorers: Messrs. H. Webster and
L. Bantield. Weighers; Messrs. G.
bynoe and F, Thompson. Catch-
ers: Messrs. B. Rogers, S. Maloney,
R. Edwards and R. Todd. Judges
of Lifting: Messrs. J, Linton, G.
Gilkes, S. Rudder, G. Clarke, S.

Holder and S. Marshall, Judges
of Mr. Barbados Jnr, Dr. Payne,
Messrs. A. Hunte, A. Austin, J

Linton, D. Bannister and J. bul-

len, Judges of Miss Bridgetown
Contest, Mrs. A. L. Stuart, Miss
V. Rollock, Miss J. Graham,

Official Coach Mr, H, Webster and
Master of Ceremonies, Mr. W. N.
Grannum.

Barna Ahead Of Q.C.

From Page 4

When iss Manning won this
set she regained the lead for
Barna. In the first set Patsy
Howard defeated Pauline Smith
21—9, 21—10. Miss Smith was
not in her best form although she
got on a few good forehand
smashes. The more steady play-
er won.

Following this Molly Chandler
defeated J. Bryant of Barna 21—
19, 21—14, In the first game it
looked as though Miss Bryant
would win, Miss Chandler brought
points even at 13 all. Service
changed at '20—15 in her favour
and although Miss Bryant got
the following four points, she
won 21—19. Miss Chandler lead
from early in the second game
and won.

The score was_ Barna_ two,
Adelphi one when Phylis Chand-
ler, Adelphi skipper, met Dolores
Howard, Miss Chandler has a
good forehand smash. When she
is in good form she is likely to
defeat any other lady but on the
other hand, when she is off form,
she can be badly beaten. Miss
Howard won 21—19, 21—16. Miss
Chandler threw away many of
her points by erratic services.
She should pay more attention to
her service. Miss Howard, by
winning, put the issue beyond
doubt for Barna,

Rosie Howard defeated Heather

Deane in the final set. Miss
Howard will be defeating many
players this season, She is a

very steady player and plays hard
for every point. She was able to
return many of Miss Deane’s
forehand smashes and won 21—10
and 21—6.

Queen’s College, by scoring a
five-nil defeat on Lenyille, have
placed themselves in a much bet-
ter position. The Lenville skip-
per was indisposed and one set
had to be forfeited to the College
team,

Good Fight
In the first set Nell Hall,
Queen's College defeated Gloria
Ramsay 19—2l, 21+-17 and
21—18. Miss Ramsay put up a



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out |

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if to?"*
“Well, I was going for a walk with
Rags, but may I come and talk to
you for a bit, glease?”’

“Of course. here might be some
How's

Brian! Where are you

cake later on
everything?”*

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thark vou. And me, too, But .
know absolutely everything
bout dogs, don’t you? Well, what

wrong with Rags?’ ¢

going





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very livély. How's hils appetite?"
Rotten. He's always leaving half

his dinner, He keeps scratching, too
Mummy says that’s a bad s
“ft sounds to me us if
thogoughly out of condition."
‘Oh, golly, poor old Rags! 1 say,
When 1 had

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he's

it’s not my fault, is it?



him Daddy made me promise Ud
look after him all mysel/ ind 1
have. honestly, 1 always feed hin
5 and take him for terrif
' nd bru him and
I'm sure you do, Brian. Noy it’s
a thing that can happen to any dog
ewowevert well he's looked afler
BOB MARTIN’S CONDITION
From all good che d
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thines people are alwa
about when they want vou to
something partioularly /east/y
you mean old Ra
wrong food?**
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Bob Martin's every that wil
him a balanced diet, and |
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g0o0d fight but found
her match, *

Margeurite Wood, Queen's Col-
lege skipper, defeateq Cicely
Vaughan in the next set, Al-
though Miss Vaughan drew the
Island Champion she gave a good
account of herself. She is not
very good at attacking but de-
fended beautifully. Miss Wood
won 2115, 21—16,

J, Clarke, Queen’s College, de-
feated Norma Odle in the next
set. Mrs. Odle was not in form
and Miss Clarke won easily,

Angela Perkins played Brenda
Chandler in thé final set. Miss
Perkins was on top throughout
the first game. She won this
21—16. In the second game Miss
CHandler’s attack wags more ac-
curate, She won this 22—20 to
bring honours even,

Miss Chandler kept
through the final game.

Miss Hall

the lead
She won

21—15 to give Queen’s College
an outright victory.
The third match of the night

was between Y.W.P.C. and
Y.W.C.A. Y.W.P.C, was without
their skipper and best player, Ann

Hoad, The Beckles Roaq team
had among them two players,
3arbara and Jean Cozier, who

were making their debut to com-
petitive table tennis. They are
both of St. Winifred’s School and
I am looking forward to one of
them skippering a St. Winifred’s
team next year. By that time
they would have gained experi-
ence,

Y.W.C.A. won four-one.
Gloummeau won the
*Y.W.P.C. She is a good player
but needs help. I hope to see
Ann Hoad helping her team in
the next match instead of form-
ing part of the audience.

At the end of the Third Round
of the Return Matches the points
ere as follows: Barna 26, Queen’s
College 25, Adelphi 18, Y.W.C.A.

Renee
lone set for

17, Y.W.P.C. 138, and Lenville
seven,
The Fourth Round games will

be played at the Y.M.C.A. Naval
Hall next Friday night.



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SUNDAY ADVOCATE

CHATS ON SWIMMING:

Putting The
Crawl
Together

By IAN GALE

And now the great day |
arrived when you will try swim-



has

ming the complete " Americe:
Crawl. But before attempting |

put the bits tegether’, practi
each of the three motior
separately

Then try the full stroke. Begir
by setting the legs in motion, amc
when they are werking smooth}
and powerfully then the arms wil
take up the werk, combined ot
course with the breathing move
ment

Do hot put the fullest pressure
on your hand immediately it dip:

for this will only lift you im the

water; let the pressure inereasc
gradually. At first concentrate or
the arm work, seeing that the

bedy does not roll, that the arms

are limp during the recovery, and

so on, The shoulders should not

drop too deeply in the water, and

the eyes should mark the deepest

mmersion of the face. The re-

sultant sloping up of the ¢hest to

the front will help you glide |
through the water rather than

plough your way through it.

While Robie,

As you get more practised you
will notice that a rhythm of the
legs is asserting itself. This | '
natural rhythm, when it does
show, should be encouraged. The
usual rhythm is three leg beats)
to each single arm-drive. This/|
give you the popular
crawl.” |

At first, to encourage the
rhythm, make it a rule to em-
phasize the first beat of each three.
Thus the leg thrashes will run ‘one,
two three; four, five six, making
the one and four thrashes slightly
deeper than the others. Each of
these two major leg beats should
coincide with the start of an arm
pull and the minor or
tuated beats should immediately
follow while the arm drive is
taking place. As soon as
rhythm is firmly established re-
duee the accenting and make all}
the beats much the same.

Although many points are com-}|

mon to all good crawl swimmers | 4#2)n Jo



Well boys the

But can you

“six-beat 4

wees

UNnACCEMY | and to his baton

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MAR. 23 — NO. 216

The Topic
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x these Showers.
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Dames were beaten
On Thursday evening last
all deny this
Their game was good and fast ?
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The Dames ts just a young team

Few chances they have had
Passion, Alleyne
Played since Joe was a lad.

t if thew failed on Thursday
fo beat the famous “Blues”

The Seeond Class in Queen's Park

Friday made hot. news.
. . .

is stde beat Spartan three love
Yes ! beat them all in’ hetl

VON Spertan tourists

Were Ainsley “Shell

the
2 was

They turned those boys in maidens

Old Parris shoot the first

When Daniel shoot the second
Joe thought the ball was burst
Tht lay warn a free dance
' Lou went to band

up in Bay Street
he wee a



mi Archer, leading
Band
waving

fhah

Ser)
Barbados Pr

Respondéd evéry

ht Kiteh!

Joe asked for

as the Lou § ny dear Joe

Wait! wait ‘till you get home
. ‘ ‘

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things
When the

got even hotte
played Sa

iid my dear Lou

phone

there is no standard stroke exactly eS ee
suitable for every person, Howe | to. said "tis dent remember
evér, here are sone points to]. Po #et this tn you head
\ 1 t the ” Christe
watch J&R F ched Bread

1. Avoid cupping the hands
too much, for this will reduce the | | tepped lucky woman,
propelling surface. |< Oat eatee ae

2. Do not hollow the back, for baby want to dance
this spoils the proper near. M ;
horizontal position. | $ he ten yore ee:

" tr 1 Il must say

3. When your legs are working} p vhen she hears “band muste
as they should the feet fling quite acts a certain way. *
loosely on the ankles, but guard] y.0 joys ‘twas Music! Musie!!
against too much bending at the ves Music just for So!
knees. rm ‘Donkey brayed for water

| Lou said “Hold e Joe

4, Taken .auffgiéent ir with |W, len the band "heNiaeres
each breath, and discovey by @xX-]| Wen Lou called for ‘Sweet Charlie
perience which is your natural} 02'e shopkeeper brought J & Kh
breathing side—that which is most sponsored by
comfortable, Open your mouth
suMciently, like a big round O. | J & R BAKERIES

5. Avoid any twisting of the k f
body at the waist, or rolling action makers 0

6. Do not be concerned if the}
ix-beat crawl does not seem to
suit you. You may be _ better!

suited to a four-beat, eight-beat |
or ten-beat. In swimming in races
the expert often uses different
forms—fer instance, the six-beat
for the 440 yds. and the ten-beat |
of the 100 yds.

Above all, in swimming the!
Crawl remember to RELAX. You!
may be able to swim quickly for,
a short distance by relying on)
“brute force” alone, but to get
the best results in any race over |
25 yds. you must swim EASILY

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Parcel Post: Blackett, Browne.)
Mr. Lewis, Barker, Cadoga:
Forde, Walker, Mr. Crosby, Skin-|
ner, Hewitt and Sealy. }

General Office: Weekes
Matthews, Parris, Armstrong,
Spencer, Williams, Blackman,
Springer, Austin, Brewstef and)

Thomas.

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The bag sketched here is very
easy to make and decorated with
beads or sequins or embroidery is
a handsome evening bag.

The ycutting is very simple as
the bag is made from a square
piece of material. About a seven-
inch square makes a nice size for
an evening bag. Cut one square
of the bag material, one square of
the lining and two squares of in-
terlining. Tailor’s canvas makes a



good rlining material and is
usually available. If you are mak-
ng the driwstrings of the bag
1aterial you will need two true

ias strips two inches wide and
bout thirty-three inches long.

Baste or machine stitch the two
quares of interlining together as
hown in Fig. 2. making two rows
4 stitching each way as well as
from corner to corner.

Face bag with lining right sides
wgether laying interlinings on top,
¢ beg piece.Stitch around the
dges leaving a three-inch open-
ng for turning. Trim seams to a
uarter of an inch clipping corn-
ts diagonally. Turn, slip stitch
pening and press well. You may
paste around the edges before
pressing if you find that method
| helpful to you in pressing.

Fold bag in half and whip each

from fold to within three
aches of top. In whipping be care-
ful to catch only the bag material
t the lining. Next fold one top
edge in half and whip to-
ther from fold to three inches
edge. Repeat with the
p free edge
The drawstring is

side







run through

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plastic rings. about one inch in
| diameter. Sew these to the facing
and interlining at a position about
two inches diagonally in from the
points and at the ends of the whip-
ping. You will need eight tings
altogether
To make the drawstrings, fold
the bias strips in half length-
wise right sides together and
Stitch lengthwise edges, stretch-
ing the bias as you stitch. Use a
fine stitch and do not trim seams
Turn right out. You can prevent
drawstrings from stretching by
threading a bodkin with heavy
white wrapping cord and pulling
it doubled through the drawstring.
Pull one drawstring through the
eigttt rings and tack or tie the
ends securely together. Pull the
other drawstring through the rings
starting from the opposite side and
finish in the same way.
If you intend to decorate the
bag with sequins or embroidery
| this should be done before making
| the bag. Trace or transfer your de-
sign on the bag material and





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What's Cooking In
The Kitchen

It is natural in a country where
rum is plentiful when you hear of
Punch to think immediately of
Rum’ Punch or Planters Punch.
This week I remembered a recipe
for TEA PUNCH which is very
good. Of course in Barbados we'll
have it ice cold.

TEA PUNCH
2 quarts cold tea
4 cups orange juice or squash
2 cups :
1 quart ginger ale

Make the tea liquor by soaking
4 oz. good quality tea in 2 quarts
of water for 12 hours.

Mix the liquor with the or
juice and sugar and chill. Just
before serving add the ginger alé
and pour over large pieces of ice
in a punch bowl.

: COCOA FUDGE
3 cup cocoa
3 cups sugar
4 teaspoonful salt
14 tablespoonsful syrup
1$ cups milk
44 teaspoonsful butter
? teaspoonful vanilla.
Combine cocoa with sugar salt
and syrup
Stir in the milk, bring to boil
stirring frequently until a little
put on a plate sets.

COFFEE CREAM

4 pint black coffee (Sweet)
2 Sree powdered gela-
e

} pint unsweetened canned milk
Dissolve 2 dessertspoonsful of

powdered gelatine in the coffee.

Leave to cool. Put the milk in the

fridge the night before. Whisk the

milk until stiff and frothy, When

coffee is almost cold, add to the

milk. Whisk again to mix thor-

oughly. Pour into wet mould and
leave until set. It must be served
cold

PEACH PUDDING

1} cups tinned, sliced peaches
Sugar to taste
2 tablespoonsful butter
1 cup breadcrumbs
-innamon
? cup water

Arrange breadcrumbs and tinned
sliced peaches (which have been
drained in alternate layers in a
greased casserole. Sprinkle each
layer of peaches with sugar and
a little cinnnamon. Dot with two
tablespoonsful of butter, pour
water over all and bake in mod-
erate oven for 35 minutes.





Fra a

allic thread stitching as an at-
tractive and easy decoration for
this bag. The thread is wound on
the bobbin and a matching sheen
finish design before facing. Met-
is used on the needle. Trace your
design on the wrong-side of the
bag material.



SUNDAY ADVOCATE



HAIR FASHIONS

SUNDAY, MARCH 23, 1952

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Left:
the nape of the neck.
Right:

The basic style; hair is cut 24,” at front and sides of the head, and 112” from the crown to
The front falls in a soft half-bang.
For the evening, a white “fmse dang” is fixed at the front with a jewelled clip.

Keep This Under Your Hat

LONDON, March 7

Banish all thoughts you may
have of long hair rippling in
iuxurious waves, or a glamorous
pageboy bob, for we (and you,
too) have entered a “long era of
short hair.” This announcement
was made by Riche, London
hair-stylist, on his return from
New York where he represented
British hair-dressers at the Hair-

dressers Board of Trade. The
néws burst upon the calm of the
Mayfair salon, shattering the

dreams of those who had hoped
feshion would at last fall in favour
af long hair. But hair on Riche’s
new style is only 2% inches at the
front and sides, 1% inches from
the crown to the nape of the neck

Riche says to those who st
maintain long hair is a woman's
rowning glory, that short hair
ean be equally feminine. Of course
some short hair styles, the Eton
crop for example, are masculine.
But this does not mean that all
short styles are. It depends on
the cutting and the tricks of the
utter. In this case, the trick
which makes the cut feminine is
the soft feathered effect at the
t where the hair is brushed

oa









upwards in soft “duck’s tails.’
Too short to be permed, the
“duck’s tails” are created, even



when the hair is as straight as the
proverbial poker, by brushing,
brushing, brushing in an upward
ction. If hair is particularly
Slow in responding to this treat-
ment, a little “Invisible Hair
Lacquer” is used,

By day this style is tailored and
trim. By night it can be made
exciting and provocative with
flower and feather trimmings, the
size and shape of the trimming




By DOROTHY BARKLEY

depending on whether you want
to make a dramatic entry into a
room, or creep in when you think
no one is looking.

Here are some of the evening
variation. On several, additional
pieces of hair are attaqhed, giving
a two-tone effect without the
need for tinting.

TAKE OFF: An example of the
use of additional hair in a
different tone. The “false
bang” of white hair is held
in place by @ small jewelled
clip. The effect of this on
chestnut hair is _ striking.
(See illustration).

TAIL FIN: A feather made of
silver sequins is fixed to the
head and curls up at the back
like a fin.

HONOLULU:. An exotie bunch
of tropical fruits including a
miniature pineapple are piled,
Carmen Miranda fashion, on
the very top of the head.

MARCH HAIR: A+ delightful
trimming for young girl. A
flat spray of “spring flowers”
—primroses, violets and snow-
drops placed on the crown of
the head.

Riche fixed each of the above
trimmings in a matter of seconds,
and I concluded that the oft-
heard remark “I can’t do a thing
with my hair” is a weak excuse.

* = >

In London just now, women are
talking about:

The Lost Waistline: The release
of the photographs of the new
London and Paris designs set
women off on the game-of-the-
week—locating the waistline. De-



BY THE WAY....

By Beachcomber

JT is beceming obvious, from the
frequent stories of mishaps to

| elephants who travel by air, that

these beasts are not yet ready to
enjoy the benefits of modern

| methods of transport.

The silliest comment so far has

| been that they “miss their cus-

to



tumary environment,” and so fall |

ill in transit, It is, perhaps, asking
ido much of the air-lines to con-

| struct a miniature jungle in the |

plane, or to arrange for a Maha-
rajah (or, failing that, a Rajah)

to sit on each elephant’s back|He meant, I wil!

{has been known to keep an ele-

it is not fair to expect air-hos-
lesses,, without special training,
to deal with a sick or surly
elephant.

Sometimes it is effective to
show 2 big animal a very small

one. A mouse playing in a corner

phant interested and amused for |
hours on end.

‘Oh, Mr. Spowte! ’

E RITERS,” cried a literary |

man, “must eat.” I hope}
audience realised that he|
meant more than just eating. |
wager, literary

his

signers, in a flurry of disagree-
ment, seemed unable to pin it
down. It appeared in any one of
three neighbourhoods—high (just
below the bust), middle (natural)
and low (round the hips). Some-
times it disappeared altogether be-
neath straight jackets and coats.
But most women agreed that they
would try to keep their waistline
in its .natural position despite
what fashion said to the contrary.

Colourless Mascara:

a contradiction in terms, this new
mascara is a boon to those who
feel that their fair lashes need
disereet touching up, but dislike
mascara for daytime. This new
colourless version, an import from
France, has just sufficient depth
te accent the eyelashes without
creating a made-up look. It is
waterproof and non-irritant.

The Basket Hat: At this time,
when the first spring flowers are
appearing in the first spring sun-
shine, milliners, more easily than
other designers, fall victim to the
state of mind known preticelly. as
“spring fever.” Suddenly hats
are frivolous, with flowers and
vegetables poised precariously on
the top; such hats, I’m afraid, no
self-respecting male would will-
ingly accompany down the queen’s
highway. The newest in the long
line of spring follies is the Basket
Hat. Made of basket cane, it is
worn inverted on the head, with
the handlé falling down the back.
Carrots, turnips, and_ brussel
sprouts burst out all over. Absurd?
Of course. But even if these hats

are never seen outside the millin-;

ers’ salons and the pages of the
glossy magazines, they always
bring business.

YOUR BOAT
AND YOU

By SISTER CHARLOTTE

A Simple Daily Routine

Every child weighing Jibs. or’
over may be fed every 4 hrs; je.
5 feeds in the twenty-four hours,
Less than 7 lbs. but over 5 lbs.
the feeds should be every threa
hours, i.e. 6 feeds in the twenty-
fours, but not from 10 p.m.

6 a.m,

This routine although for four
hourly feeding can easily be con-
verted to that of the three hourly.
You will soon find that a wide
margin of elasticity is best.

Between 5.30—7 am. Baby
wakes up and needs his feed.
Everything should be left out at
hand the night before. Pick him
up and change him. Wash your
hands and breasts carefully and
and feed him, sitting up to break
wind half way during his feed
and at the end. Pot him and put
him back to bed leaving him un-
disturbed until 9 a.m.

There is now time to prepare
breakfast and have an early cup
of tea.

9 am. Prepare all bathing
needs. There is no need to rush
this procedure and as long as he
is enjoying his bath and there is
no risk of a draught, up to three-
quarters of an hour can be re-
served to let him play and kick
around freely, After baby is
dressed have a glass of water to
drink during the feed, wash your
hands and breasts starting the
feed on alternate sides. Put him
out in his pram depending on the
weather, with the back of the
carriage to the wind and direct
sunlight and net over it.

10.30 am. Tidy up nursery
and see after” baby’s personal
laundry. You can now relax and
attend to any items of housework
or preparations for lunch.

12.30 p.m. Your lunch.

1.30 p.m. Preparation for feed-
ing. Change napkin etc. Baby
should be allowed 15 minutes be-
fore and after feed for playtime.
Put him back in his pram to
sleep.

4.30° Baby can have his orange
juice now if awake; or between
6 a.m. — 10 a.m. feed.

5.30 Everything should © be
ready as before with clean night
garments laid out. Baby is
washed — face neck, underarms,
hands, and buttocks — and put
into a clean gown, Feeding rou-
tine is as before. This is a good
time to test the weight of the baby
if you have scales, By 6.30 p.m.
everything should be finished and
tidily put away for the night.

Shpuld your baby cry during
the night or early hours of the
morning about 2 a.m., get up and
change him quickly and quietly,
and turn him on the other side;
he will probably go back to sleep
again very quickly. If however
he persists in crying, a little feed
of plain water can be given. He
will soon grow out of this habit
in a few weeks.

If this routine is followed you
will find that your baby will fit
life into a household, which will
continue to function with the ad-
‘dition of a baby, and is not a
household, ruled by the tantrums
of a baby who is making life re-

olve around him. He should be
‘ust one small but equally impor-
tant cog in the wheel.



@ HAVE you got any personal problems, are you in a difficult situation and need friendly, reliable

advice?

If so, write to Mrs. Clarke, kindly lady with great experience of life and its troubles who
has agreed to answer readers queries on this page every Sunday.

Here is help if you are worried: Sign
your letter with a pen name and address it to Mrs:

Clarke, C/o the Editor, Advocate, Bridgetown.



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| SAT WITH HORRID FASCINATION seorsss
AS THESE TWO |

by

audience at a preview at the Warner Cinema, London,

It turns out to be quite a dish
fof a picture—bubbling with
more shredded nerves and
moaning neuroses than the
stage version Britain saw two

years ago.

% r” gets an X certi-
ficate, for it is quite the tough-
est prestige film Holywood has
ever made.

It knocks itself over trying
to imclude everything that can
happen when a young man
with most of the qualities of an
ape brutishly encompasses the
downfall into madness of a
silly lonely woman dying for a
little human comfort and under-
standing.

Marlon Brando plays the
‘young man. After seeing his

grapnically vege per-
formance, you have had a

glimpse of what relations be-
tween the sexes must have
been like in the Stone Age. ,

He is married to Kim Hunter,
and they live in a two-room flat
in the sleazy, honky-tonk dis-
trict of New Orleans called De-
sire. She is going to have a
baby, but it doesn’t stop her
husband. from beating her up
when she annoys him.

To this monkey-house of
marital bliss comes Blanche du
Bois (played by Vivian Leigh)
to stay with her sister and
brother-in-law. She is qa vain



Tough moment. as

and pretentious woman
her nerves mm the edge.
But she insists on pretending
that she is still beautiful, still
young, cultured and aloof.

Her simian brother-in-law
sees through the veneer and,
because she snubs him for his
vulgarities, lightly ruins her
life.

‘ Finally, without any visible
sign of concern, he watches her
taken to the madhouse.

with

Vivien Leigh, in the performance é
oj her life, and Marlon Brando

MADE ‘STREETCAR’ A ‘CERT. X’ FILM @=

LEQNARD MOSLEY

HAT pungent pot of theatrical mulligatawny known as A STREET-
= CAR NAMED DESIRE was ladled out in film form to its first British

orchestra.



vik .

When I saw a “Streetcar” as
a play I thought it sordid and
nasty. As a film it is much more
attractive. Vivien Leigh, as the
girl whose poetic dreams turn
into loathsome, frightening
nightmares, gives the perform-
ance of her life,

She uses her eloquent fingers

and the features of her lovely

face like the strings, brass, and
percussion of a powerful

—_—___--—--—— 1

ane art of enjoying a=



CHAPMAN PINCHER

today winds up the series
*More Energy — More
Elegance” with some advice
on relaxing given by Pro-
fessor Eleanor Metheny in
her book on “Body
Dynamics.”*

ANY women sit 50 ,
Mer that an even- ~
ing’s reading in an «

armehair tires them as much
as @ spell of serubbing at

the washtub. os
They sit down to take

load oft their feet, but do

noth about the load

off their backs.
The little sketch (below, left)




shows a tiring sitting position.

The girl is relaxing naturally,

but her body is getting only a

fraction of the rest it

could have. i
Look at her back. al

It is supported at my.

0 two points.

where it is under
strain from a
is Poti support

no P|

from, chair. Her
neck is doing all the
work, The les of

her a? be less
tense her feet were flat on
the floor, .

* * *
“Chairs are made to sjt in,
not sit om,” says Professor
Eleanor Metheny in her brilliant
manual.

The nametent sketch shows &
fully ed sitting position.

© Published by McGrew Hill
(30e.).

GUIDE NOTES

ENROLMENTS

On 6th March Mrs. D. H, L,
Ward District Commissioner
visited 31st Guides (BaYleys
Girls School) and enrolled 3
Guides. On 27th February Mrs.
Ward visited 19th Guides
(Ebenezer Girls -School) and
helped the Guides with various

Mrs, A, W. Scott ,District Com-
missioner, enrolled 6 Guides at
St. Ambrose Girls School. Mrs,
Griffith, the Headteacher, somne of
the other teachers and some of
the girls of the School were
present. After the Enrolment re-
freshments were served. Miss
Bynoe, the Guider in charge and
the recruits deserve a special men-
tion for she has helped the girls
to work for their uniforms. They
have raised the money for this
purpose by a Fair and have made
and sold sweets during term-time.
The Company will now be regis-
tered as 13th Barbados.

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of the chair permits — but
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table ;
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Sit all the way back in
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ravaging
rages, and with a grunting way
talking
matches

1 still
so much
dramatised apache dance.

It excites
no tears. But it is something to
go and watch in horrid fasefn-
ation.

The Dominion
tistics has
survey
Canada for the two years,
50, which completes a
three decades of statistical data
on the universities and colleges
of Canada.









MARLON BRANDO glowers down @t VIVIEN LEIGH.

Brando — with
ways, Vv th

rough,
smashing

and shouting—

her achievement.

think “Streetcar” is
a fine play

as a

no pity it draws

—L.E.S.

_ CANADIAN
_ BREVITIES

HIGHER EDUCATION

SURVEY

Bureau of Sta-
released its biennial
of higher education in
1948-
series of

but, keep the head-neck-tru
line as straight as possible ' * * x
give maximum support of i! |
avin FARM WAGES HIGHER
* * * |
A good fatigue-dodging trick Average wages of male farm
to let the head lose lis bat help at the middle of January
with gravity for a moment this year were above those of
SrOnenns Peet Se che : January last year in all parts of
en twist owly each sc aan Ses nein atone c
to relieve the Canada, increases being general

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The girl's mead and back are
comfortably cushioned.

Sitting too far in a chair can
be just as fatiguing as sitting too
near the edge, the professor Says.
The legs have to be braced to

prevent the body sliding down
further, so energy is weaved.

‘Phe professor's rule for sitting
elegantly and effortiessly in any
chair is simple :—

Ranger Fair At Pax Hill

Ist Rangers (Queen's College)
held a successful Fair at Pax Hill
on Saturday, 15th March. The
Rangers hope to camp in Trini-
dad in August and the proceeds
of the Fair will go to their Camp
Fund,

The Annual Meeting Of The
Local Association

The Annual Meeting of the
Local Association was held at Pax
Hill on Thursday, 20th March at
4.45. pm, Mrs. O’Mahoney, the
Chairman of the Local Associa-
tion, presided at the Meeting,
which was attended by 30 mem-
bers. Guides of the 6 and 7th Com-
panies (St. Michael’s Girls
School) with Miss Marjorie Pem-
berton and Miss A. Gollop, en-
tertained the members with the
story of the World Flag and In-
ternational Guiding and then sang
songs «and rounds. The Island

, in her report,
stressed how vitally important it
was to have the support and

EWING’S
(CANADIAN)

muscles of the neck.

women this advice
down on a chair with elegance

chair so that the call of one ik
L is touchi it.

strain on 'h

Professor Metheny

for

give
sittin

“Get close enough to th

Then, piace

for wages by the day
both with and without board, ac-
cording
survey by
of Statistics.

and month,

to the
the

regular winter
Dominion Bureau

all-Canada average wage

SUNDAY ADVOCATE

THE IDEAL HOME

y DOROTHY BARKLEY
does your ideal home or
castle-in-the-air look like? Does it
have batteries of washing machines
and pressure cookers in the
kitchen, and gadgets by the score
in every room? Or are you one
of those who are not yet gadget-
happy? Which ever group you fall
intoy you are given a sporting
change of turning your ideal house
into a reality at the Ideal Home
Exhibition, Here once a year, new
ideas for labour and space saving,
for furnishing, cooking make their
debut

This year the new
Houses’ designed by the
of Planning and Local Government,
are the central attraction, They



are par of a replica of an ‘ideal’
English village, constructed to
seale inside Olympia, London’s
home of exhibitions,

Built round a typical green
with its market cross, the village
has all the customary amenities—
a ‘pub’, a village shop, even a
little. branch bank.

Although these houses are built
to suit British housewives demands
and are not for “export”, they
are packed with innovations prac-
tical in any other country, Al-
though small, the houses are not
cramped.

Space and money are saved by
fewer corridors, built-in cu
and bed settees. One end of an
all-purpose room serves for din-
ing, the other for ‘living’. This is
shown to be a perfectly practical
idea even in a small room. For
if the room is L-shaped, one end
can be concealed from the other.

Gadget-happy or not, visitors to
the Ideal Home Exhibition are
always attracted to the newest
devices like metal to a magnet.
Would you like electric shoe trees
to dry wet shoes, or perhaps an
electric tea cosy to keep the tea-
pot warm? There is a host of new
gadgets for the kitchen cooker,
including an eye-level grill, which
eliminates back-bending, illumin-|
ated ovens with transparent doors,
and cooking timers which when
set to the appropriate hour, ring
a bell to announce that the meal |
: réady! t
A front-door ‘visitor scanner”,
boon. to mervous householders, is |



a teleseopie device which fixes |
on the front door and gives a
preview of the visitor.

All»heuses are, furnished in the
contemporary style and provide}
inspiration for young moderns,
There are wicker lamps, venetian
blinds of light metal, and indoor
plants in coloured pots,

‘Crises in the kitehen” are also
staged—and then quickly solved
by three chefs from three of Lon-
don’s big hotels, They suggest
ways and means of preparing an
ideal meal for an unexpected
visitor. The larder is as bare as
Mother Hubbard's containing only
three cold sausages, some cold
rice pudding and a few tins of
food! But from these unlikely
ingredients they produce in front
f an audience of critical house-
wives the required three-course
meal. And all in half an hour.

By the time that people have
inspected -the six ‘ideal’ homes,
and séen endless ‘ideal’ gadgets,

|
|

..AND THE RIGHT

position.





\ toes of other foot bac r day with board stood at $4.60, they are glad enough to rest their
under the edge of th Po cents above the $4.10 aera exhibition feet in the ideal gar-
Chaly {6F ‘Galante ant at January 15, 1951, while the “en. These aré only a short step
sunt this position it per month rate with board was a” Me wane ee SS

easy to lower the boc $86.00, a jump of $11.00 from vista of formal ga S,
to the chair, controlling $75.00. The national average Sardens, masses of flowers and the
the motion with the strong without board was $5.70 per day, shrubbery comes away with rosy
muscles of the leg. The body up 60 cents from $5.10, and dreams for transforming his own
moves down in an almost erect $121.00 per month, up $11.00 humble plot into something rich

and rare.

from $110.00.

the reverse of this process.”

professor recommends only one
weight -
“ Shake

: side to side—whenever offered a
Lie down as far as the design second helping.”



“Rising correctly is simply

her 225-page manual the

reducing

the head slowly from

exercise : |
London Express Service |
|

backing of the members of the |
Local Association. Mrs, O’Mahoney
appealed to the members to assist
with the Cake Stall at the Girl
Sjuides Fair, for the Local Asso-
iation was responsible for this.
she also appealed to them to get
ew members to join for it was
\ecessary to increase the member-
hip.

News Of The Chief Guide

The Chief Guide, with her Sec-

etary, is on a lecture tour to the
United States, She will visit over
40 cities in 10 weeks and one may |
magine how very strenuous and |
exacting this must be, especially |
as most of the travelling is done
at night, When the tour in the |
States is over, she will go to Can-~
ada to lecture there and will not
be home before the middle of |
June, The Chief Guide thanks
the Guides ro cance oo
Birt Gree , which she re- |
ei while she was touring in-
Pennsylvania. \

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Fresh Oranges, Lime and
Grapefruits don't. they a
delicious? You'll then
long, cool drink in the mew
Tropical Cafe at the Domimea
Fruit & Handcraft Company on
Bridge St. Here under one root

is all of the West Indies! Beautifyl
Raffia work, Shopping Bags, Grats
Mats (made to any size), travel
Hampers and Baskets and Slip-
pers—everything you could wish
for are colourfully displayed,
most attractively priced and—
yours for the asking!

. . .

It's so much easier to shop here
and so very, very attractive. The
VILLAGE SHOPPING CENTRE at
BALMORAL GAP in HASTINGS
is where youll find Y. de Lima’s

branch Jewellery Store. Butterfly
Brooches, Earrings and Pearl
Costume Jewellery and Shelly

Bone China, Minton and Delft all
make a beautiful display. The
Rich Handpainted Porcelain is
extraordinarily beautiful The
Goldscheider Original Figurines,
of course. are world famous.
Prices are exactly the same as in
Town.
. . *

New Books—thousands of them
that range from Classical, Geo-
graphical, Novel—the very latest
Autobiographies and, of course,
Children’s Books, An astonishing
selection indeed and lining the
walls of the ADVOCATE STA-
TIONERY in Broad St. and in their
VILLAGE branch in BALMORAL
GAP. There's the attractive New
Yorker Album to give you hours
of fun, you must see this And
be (or she) who writes as well as
reads will be doubly interested
the new Parker ‘51 is here!

* :

‘ASCOT’ SHOES for men my

man—have you seen them at Cave
Shepherd's? Just look, Brown
Suede Ginger Suede Navy
Suede And Full Brogues, Semi
Brogues in Black Box and Brown
Willow Calf as well as White Nu-
Buck with plain fronts. The
selection is truly excellent, in-

cluding Black Patent Leather and

Tan perforated casuals Price is
most reasonable, too, from $19.82
to $27.82. Remember the name
it’s ‘ASCOT’ and at Cave Shep-
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Be sure to ask for genuine,
long-lasting ‘“T'ex-made” material
by name, and read the identification

bands and tag on the piece goods.

You’ll be completely satisfied.

Man About Toon * #8

Whichever you prefer —prints of /~
flowers, stripes, checks, novelty
patterns—dainty or bright~—

“"Tex-made” fabric for your
own hand-made wardrobe.

Sew it yourself, . . such high
fashion doesn’t seem possible at
euch an extremely low price!

Pictured here are two Glenwood

Patterns. You'll like their smooth,

fresh, easy-to-manage and sun-fast,
tub-fast qualities. Now you can

have all the cotton dresses you

‘* PAGE SEVEN



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{it’s here and before you decide ~
n anything else, you must—

bsolutely must SEE THE NEW net
\USTIN SOMERSET. A remark- f
ably distinguished car, it’s a aS
clight to ride in—a dream ve e
drive. Dunlopillo under Leather

Upholstery is sheer luxury and

his new A-40 has greatly in-

creased room and seating capacity
not always found in larger cars.
At this precise moment, these cars
are realy ‘hot’ value. The ship-
ment is just ins you can choose;
your colour if you phone 3387

> . .

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Right in the middle of the paper |
you’ll find Pitcher’s Ad. See what
it says? What more can be added |
excepting to say that SNOWCEM
is available in 28; 56; 112 lbs. Kegs
and in all colours. Here's a paint
that can not only make an ugly
wall look beautiful but keep it
that way. For Concrete, Stone,
Fibre Board, Sand-Lime, you'll
fnd SNOWCEM from C. 8S. Pitcher
& Co. is the first choice for indoors
or net, SNOWCEM is unaffected
hy climatic conditions.

* * 2

This is a top-flight Bicycle
priced as low as $61.80. The new
B.S.A., Bicyeles have several novel
features including a 3-speed Twist
Grip Control and a very clever
stand fitting that is designed for
any make of machine. Cost is
only $2.40 and all bother of prop-
ping up your bike is taken care

I dreamed I went

to a formal in

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of with this handy gadget. There
are several BS.A- styles from | .
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ve lucky: one of two remaining |
B.S.A Motorcycles from this
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Cotton Factory Ltd., whose toilet |

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BARBADOS qh ADVOGAT

[ee Se oar |
Sunday March 23, 1952



HOUSE REFORM

THE NEW BILL to establish a system of
local government in Barbados based on the
recommendations of Sir John Maude, will
not be available for study by members
until the middle of next week. But mem-
bers of the House of Assembly during the
recess will at least be able to study the
Maude Report and the old bill which was
printed as a supplement to the Official
Gazette in October 1951. Unlike the old bill
the new Bill reverts to the recommenda-
tions of Sir John Maude as to divisions.
Three areas and not six are therefore pro-
posed and the boundaries suggested in the
old bill have been revised.

The major opposition to the new Maude
Bill will be based on the criticism that
95,939 people will be eligible to elect mem-
bers to the three new Councils as compared
with 4,244 people who were on the electoral
list of the eleven vestries in 1947.

It is very tempting to regard this cir-
cumstance as manifesting the need for

lemocratic advance in local government,
but the temptation must be resisted. A
small electoral list for the vestries has en-
sured that local government is administer-
ed by people who are experienced in ad-
ministration, have a sense of responsibility
and who are taxpayers.

The abolition of the vestry system with
its restricted electoral list and the present-
ation to 95,939 voters of Barbados of the
choice of representatives upon three coun-
cils will create a situation which may not
have been foreseen by those who were anx-
ious to improve upon existing systems of
local government. Whatever the defects
of the present vestry system it is clear that
the taxpayers of the parishes have been
able to ensure that they have a voice in
saying how their money is to be spent.
Under the system of universal adult fran-
chise it is possible that no taxpayers will
be elected to any of the three councils.

The principle of no taxation without
representation is one of the primary causes
of all democratic government and it was
in support of this principle that the Ameri-
cans fought the War of Independence.

The justice of the American cause has
been acknowledged by all British histo-
rians of integrity and the principles of the
American Constitution have been emulated
and admired by all genuinely progressive
countries of the world ever since.

It would be a tragedy if Barbados by
constitutional means should seek to impose
legislation which might easily result in t!.c
taxpayers and ratepayers who are a minor-
ity of the population being deprived of any
representation in the councils of local gov-
ernment.

In this connection Sir John Maude re-
tained an open mind.

Should the view be accepted, he wrote,
that the new local government franchise
should be narrower than the parliamentary
franchise the simplest test is that of own-
ership or occupancy of property of a speci-
fied annual value.

It would be paradoxical he added to re-
gard the people of Barbados as fit to take
responsibility for their island affairs but
not for parochial affairs. This seems a reas-
onable comment but too little attention
seems to have been paid by Sir John Maude
to the defect of universal suffrage in Bar-
bados by which 95,939 people of an island
of less than 5,000 taxpayers have the power
to vote, In fact too little attention seems to
be paid by anybody in Barbados to the
thoroughly unrepresentative character of
the House of Assembly today. During the
last elections one vote in St. Andrew’s had
the power of eleven votes in St. Michael.

By what arguments.can a House be said
to be representative of the people if a par-
ish like St. Andrew with 3.5 per cent. of
registered voters can return two members
to the House, whereas St. Michael with
34.1 per cent. of registered voters can elect
only two representatives? What is true as
between St. Andrew and St. Michael is in
varying degrees true for all the parishes.
The Barbados House of Assembly because
of the retention of a hard and fast system
of returning two representatives per par-
ish cannot in days of adult suffrage be said
to be representative of the whole elector-
ate. Before tinkering with local govern-
ment the House of Assembly should take
prior steps to ensure that the Assembly is
given representatives on a population basis
instead of carrying on into days of adult
franchise an antiquated system of parish
representation which is no longer valid.

The House has shown a regrettable in-
difference to the facts which were brought
to light during the last elections. The elec-
tions in December were conducted as party
elections. Yet thirteen per cent. of the 65%
of registered voters who went to the polling
stations split their votes between represen-
tatives of different parties. Forty per cent.

of those whe voted cast their votes for one
candidate only and only 47 per cent, voted
strictly for party. ‘

Many other interesting facts can be
elicited from the report of the Supervisor
of Elections but the essential facts are that
a House of Assembly, which outwardly ap-
pears to be representative of 95,939 people
and in which there Js a majority party is in
fact representative only of an antiquated
parish electoral system and the existing
party majority is not based on proportional
representation of the population.

A House of Assembly so elected ought to
approach the revision of legislation affect-
ing local government with great caution
and would be well advised to reform its
own representative system first.

Misunderstanding

BASICALLY all the economic troubles
in Barbados are due to a fundamental mis-
understanding of the meaning of the word
capital. |

Socialist propaganda which says that



capital is the appropriation of others’ work
for private use is propaganda, although
capital can be abused like any other bene-
fit.

The science of orthodox economics
teaches that capital is a product of labour
saved for further production, Capital can
be defined as tools, farm implements,
machinery; beasts of burden; cattle; indus-
trial plants; sugar factories; buildings;
shops; roads; telephones; soil improve-
ments; irrigation; raw materials; money
for exchange, etcetera.

But capital can only be used productive-
ly if it is there to be used and if its use
is directed by organisers who possess capi-
tal skill and ability. Nothing is more im-
portant for the prosperity of a country than
the possession of capable, hardworking and
honest organisers of enterprise. But capital
even when it is under capable and honest
direction is powerless to produce without
the co-operation of labour which is the
principal agent of production. The morale
of the worker therefore must be consid-
ered. Good morale flourishes where there is
a social background based on security,
peace and goodwill. No enterprise can suc-

SUNDAY ADVOCATE



Sitting On The Fence

Housewives are mystified by the

| @ppearance of unrationed H-eggs on the

| market.
| dicating
| that purpose."—News item '

“I'D like an egg,” the house-~

H stands for

‘Hatening’,
aie in-

were originally sold for

wife said. The grocer only ©
shook his head. .
The housewife said “Don’t pull
my leg bp.
I want my egg, my rationed
egg.” -

‘The grocer said “I have no eggs”
Nor have I time for pulling legs
But I have H-eggs by the score
Heggs and heggs and heggs

galore.”

The housewife frowned and said
“Hi see

You’re going to ’ave a game with.

me ness
But_ that’s a game that two can
play :
ba ave no heggs? Ho K, Ho

“Ho K yourself,’ the grocer said,

“Dnt saying if it strikes me

Heggs and heggs I ‘ave in

But all tae same I ‘ave no eggs,”

“Hit seems to me,” the housewife
bawls,

ea should be on the music

I hask for heggs; you are

ur aom rave eggs and eggs “in

But
“>
“I'm telling you,” the grocer

begs,

“Without a lie or pulling lege

Though you can stuff yourse
with heggs ,

I ‘ave no flippin’ eggs in kegs.”

The housewife said “You saucy
clot,

It’s time that you were taught
what's what

Hi only hasked for one small
hegg.”

“Ho g* to ’ed the grocer said.

Nerve War
“When the defensive guided

missle has:thus beaten the
transonic bomber, it will ctill

| have an even more formid-



Berbados in 1831 was described
by an officer of the Garrison as
the depot of our West India mili-
tary possessions. “In no part of
\the world” he writes “a more
| beautiful range of buildings or
on @ more liberal scale o appro-
priate site could have been found.

Conditions had changed*con-
siderably since the close of the
18th century. “At that time the



By NATHANIEL GUBBINS

able foe to conquer — the
Offensive long-range guideu
missie.’ —Lieut.-General H. G.
Martin, discussing the Army's

new weapons.

PUT in another way, it means
that one day the sky may be
filled with’ defensive guided
missiles chasing offensive guided

With so many swords of

hanging over the

battered but unbowed heads of

our people, it is not surprising

that some of them are showing
signs of irritation.

Brigadier Mackeson, Conserva-
tive Whip, ruffied Mr. Herbert
Morrison’s quiff after announc-
ing a Government majority on a
vote of censure. }

There was also the case of Mr.
John Kirkby, a bearded 80-year-
old pensioner, who for 50 years,
had remained unruffled when
oafs called “Beaver” and “Baa’
after him in the street,

Then, one dey last week, a
group of painters outside the
British Museum called “Baa” at

r. Kirkby.
Mieritated no doubt, by the
shape of thinrs to come, Mr.
Kirkby lashed out h his stick
and broke the nose of the fore-
man, who hadn't opened his
mouth.

Laughins It Off

On top of «ll this, we have
Sir Peter Bernett, Parliamen-
tary Secretary of the Ministry
of Labour, sav'ng. “The coming

Budget will buct us all, more
than anything bis hurt so far.”

That is to ‘av, all but two
of .us—myself and somebody

in, Mr. X) who

ye will call
ed » followinb ap-

has published it





Placks and the ’*c vinica Rangers

Sore of them ‘rere paid by the
Tmperint Gove-ument. The five
Y!eck reciments were to be addi-
tional to those already receiving
Tmperial pay.

The 1st West Indian Regiment
or “Major General Whyte’s Regi-



islands, or the Plan- ment of Foot” first appeared in
tina ce tiny wen then called the Monthly Return for the Wind-
were of ‘as much importance to ward, Leeward and Caribbean
and held the same position in the ' s 1 ands in September 1795.
Pritish Empire as India does Although it was intended that the
now,” writes Major A. B, ELLIS privates of West Indian regiments
in The History of the First West should be black, European enrol-
India Regiment which was pub- ments occur in the | first three
lished by CHAPMAN and HALL years of the reg ment’s existence,
in 1885. But Barbados at any rate and negro priv.tes became cor-

ceed unless there is good relations between
all those who are participating, good condi-
tions of work, and determination and
energy on the part of everyone te bear his’
or her full share of work. ;
Nothing is so harmful to this spirit of



co-operation than the feelings of discon-
tent and reyolt fomented by doctrinaire
socialism: nothing is more helpful than the
Christian concept of work, imposed, en-
couraged and rewarded by God and lifted
up by the example of Christ.

In Barbados on every side today in-
stances can be seen of the neglect of the
basic rules of orthodox economies and a
disregard of the Christian concept of work.
Unless there is a change of attitude the
inevitable result of disobedience of funda-
mental laws will be the economic ruin of
an island whose real progress teday com-
pares very favourably with that of many
countries in the world.

It is pathetic at a time when islands like
Barbados need to attract capital for invest-
ment that investors are relucant to invest
because they are afraid that the fruits of
their investment will be denied them be-
cause of political action.

So far as the United Kingdom is con-
cerned investors have recently been most
reluctant to consider investment in an
island which they think paid so little regard

to the claims of the British Union Oil Com-,

pany: and both the Barbados Gas Company
and the Barbados Electricity Company are
finding it very difficult to borrow money in
London to finance needed expansion of
their undertakings. What people in Bar-
bacdes have not yet appreciated is the atti-
tude of the average United Kingdom in-
vestor to islands such as ours. Their views

are rot based on what we think of our-
selves, nor on what the United Kingdom
Government thinks of Mr. Grantley Adams,
C.M.G,. Those with money to invest in Lon-
don think of Barbados as an island which
in their opinion seemed to treat the British
Union Oil Company with short courtesy
and ere suspicious of the government's in-
tentions with regard to the franchise of
the Electricity Company. Negotiations
with this Company are still going on and
one of the English Directors has recently
postponed a visit to Barbados until Mr.
Adams returns from a meeting of the In-
ternational Labour Organization in Swit-
zerland. Both the Electricity Company and

the Gas Company are willing to expand
their utility services and are just as anxious
as the general public that gas and electricity
should be sold at the cheapest possible rates
cocsistent with good economy. But during
the la: five years the Electricity Company
have not paid dividends free of English
tax cver 5 per cent. Investors in England
need preater incentive than this to attract
them to invest overseas, and there is little
hope of raising money here in an island
where so many other trading concerns com-
pete for the money available for invest-
ment.

The only attraction Barbados has to offer
the investor is the good reputation of its
labour and its hitherto stable political gov-
er;:ment. If we can capitalize on these
as.cts and can avoid political .measures
wi.ich frighten away the capital we need
for development we can continue to pro-
gress. If we spend Sur forces on internal
dissension our energies will be dissipated
and even what we have may be taken away
from us. The choice is ours.

| the French who invaded and re-
| caprared St. Lucia and

| cause of inability to omens > ~

i yi rr le 7

Wet Inia governots were ine neatly lost my life this morning
ptructed in 1795 to pow forward = coming

lin their respective legislatures a

| project for raising five black regi- 0¢ this route for the safety

| ‘ bh of pedestrians
ments consisting of 500 men eac dont the

still retained its importance as
the depot of the West Indian mils.
v ons, ot

The story of the first West In-
dia Regiment begins in. North
America,

When it was called into exis-
tence on the 2nd May 1795 in the
London Gazette the Carolina
Corps and the Royal Rangers
were incorporated into it. Major
Ellis, whose history of the First

| West Indian Regiment has been
lying partly unread at the Museum
library for years (I know because
I had to cut dozens of leaves this
week) notes that the Carolina
laurel borne on the crest of the
regiment derives from the Caro-
lina Corps.

The strength of the South Caro-
lina Regiment at the end of the
siege of SAVANNAH was 1 col-
onel, 1 major, 4 captains, 7 lieu-
tenants, 3 Ensigns, 15 sergeants,
7 drummers and 216 rank and
file. ‘

EUTAW SPRINGS in 1781 was
the last engagement of import-
ance in the Southern Providence:
and at the end of hostilities the
South Carolina Regiment and the
Loyal American Rangers were
sent to Jamaica.

The intention was that they
should be put upon the British
establishment but this was never
done.

The South Carolina Regiment
remained in Jamaica until the
provincial corps was disbanded in
1783. White officers and men were

; given grants of land but free
black troops were “in those days
of slavery something of a “white
elephant” in a larg slave holding

| colony like Jamaica.”

Some time therefore in Sep-

tember 1783 the black troopers the

were removed to the Leeward
islands.

perals as or zs 1796. a
ri active ons

2150. inst, Luc'a, Grenada and
St. Vincent, West Indian colonists
(a superior word to colonial)
offered no objection to the Home
Government’s scheme but on the
17th January 1797 Sir JOHN GAY
ALLEYNE the’ Speaker of the
House of Assembly in Barbados
rose and moved “that the design
‘of five regiments will as far as
such a design is likely to affect
this island prove rather the means
of its destruction than its de-
fence.” This resolution was
carried and the Assembly of Ja-
maica also opposed the measure.

“The British Ministers’ com-
ments Major Ellis “were reluc-
tant to abandon that which
appeared to be a cheap and ready
mode of security in the Western
hemisphere and _ consequently
persevered in their project, even
increasing the number of West
Indian regiments in 1799 to
twelve.”

Major Ellis lists Sir RALPH
ABERCOMBY in 1796, Sir JOHN
MOORE in 1797, Lieutenant Gen-
eral TRIGG E in 1801, Sir

EORGE PROVOST in 1805.
Lieutenant General BECKWITH
in 1809 and Major General MAIT-
LAND in 1810 as testifying to the
gallantry, steadiness and discip-
line of the negro soldiers.

In 1873 the 2nd West India
Regiment recruited mainly of
Barbadians bore for six months the
entire brunt of the Ashanti attwek
in the Gold Coast and had
ectually forced the invading army
to retire before the men of a sin-
gle line battalion were landed.

Major Ellis calculated in 1885
that for an annual addition to
army estimates of some
£27,000 six new negro battalions,

each 800 strong could be main-

In February 1789 all three com- jained, To-day in the estimates
panies of the “Black Corps Of of the United Kingdom for 1952—
Dragons, Pioneers and Artificers” 53 no less than £400,000 has been

were stationed in Grenada,

allocated

with the intention of

These troops took part in the forming two new battalions. In

ture of Tobago in 1793 and in
an unsuoeesstul expedition against
Martinique the same year.

The following year they took
in the army of 6085 strong. which
set sail from Carlisle Bay and
which conquered Martinique. St.
Lucia was captured the same
year and Guadeloupe was also
subdued. At the close of 1794. two
companies of the Carolina Corps
were in Martinique and one in
St. Li.cia.

; in your yaluable coli
in 1795 a new corps, sometimes a few comments. on

the thirty chapters of his book



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4 O'Clock Races

To the Editor, The Advocate;

SIR,—Please allow Ime space
to make
Way per-

known as Malcolm’s Corps, and sons who drive cars, e - rues

sometimes as Malcolm’s Rangers use the
| was raised in the West Indies. The when going to and fro. I do not

Bank Hall

Rangers took part against the live in this district but I use this

road quite a lot and I can’t help
in the taking notice .

how these road

ib W St. Vincent in 1795. hogs as I would term them, race
ot this aS British troops in along this highway and try to see
the West Indies were dying be- who can go the fastest without

| to become a permanent branch Of

\themilitar y establishment, *bout

| According to a debate in the
House of Commons on 28th April
1795 “the West Indian Army of
| Europeans and Creoles already

this road.

turning over or removing poles

estrians on the way. I

to work. I say,
be some speed limit

and cyclist. Why
police do something
thie matter before some
innocent citizen gets killed along
After or just about 4
o'clock it starts; everyone is in the
Bank Hall Main Road races. I

| consisted of 3000 militia and 6000 call it the four o'clock Race for

blacks.”

Major Ellis identifies these
| corps as the Carolina Corps, Mal-
|colms or the Royal Rangers, the
| Island Rangers (Martinique) the
St. Vincent Rangers, the Black

vehicular traffic and you can al-
most bet that something tragic
is going to occur along thia road
before long

ADRIAN
March, 1952,

HOWARD
21st

SUNDAY, MARCH 23, 1952





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our way through the
Budget, higher taxes,
rations, and gloomy talk
offensive and defensive missiles. | {Â¥
If he is willing to pay, we})}

shall have a weekly lunch to-|{ * :
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gether, and I shali start on him

straight away over the first

“CMary Rose set on 4 » rit | Ga
shall say, winking to warn him |} Broad Street & The Village, ' Balmora Pp
a joke is coming.

“What happened then?” Mr.
X will ask eagerly.

“Mary rose,” I shall say.
throwing the gag away with
perfect timing.

Before he has wiped the tears
from his eyes I shall ask, “Why
did the sausage roll, Mr. X?

“You'll be the death of me.
Mr. Gubbins,” he will say.
“Why?”

“Because it saw the apple
turnover.”

. * . *

If he won’t buy another cock-
tail after that, we shall go
straight into lunch, While he is
spluttering into his soup I shal!
whip in the next one.

“Why are you never hungry
in the desert, Mr. X?” :

“Never hungry in the desert?
he will repeat, trying to work

it out.
“Because of the sandwiches
iche.

there.”
“But there are no sand

in the desert,” he will say fool-

ishly.

“Sand-which-is-there,” I shall
reply. “Wake up, Mr. X.”

He will probably sulk for ©
bit, but at the end of the lunch
when we are choosing a sweet,
I shgJl ask, with that’ dead-pan
face all the best comedians use
for the pay-off line: ;

“May I press you to a jelly

7, X?”

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peal in The ‘‘imes personal If Mr, X doesn’t sign me up 0"
column: — sod once on a long-term contraci |
“Jokes, anecdct'> ‘or all: acennone I am open to offers from the
Lada Raia hd crated.” director of the B.B.C’s Ligh’
goo * . Programme. ;
Mr. X ani! are going to LES. |
Maas
f ae {|
F ten Regi t |
mm efimen i
orgotte | |
. i
FORCE HUNTE Majer Ellis traces the history of ‘ eu pd |
ON 4 (ares 2’ Angus’ Black the First West India Regiment by GLOBE TROTTER in
Corps (Gre'ela) the Tobago from the action at Briar. Creek’

SUITCASES & HANDTRUNKS
Light and exceptionally strong

in 1779 to the Ashanti Expeditior
f 1881.

H ceount of ti xpedition
New Orleans in 1814—15 is par
ticularly interectting in view of
the inaccurate statement that has
been made that a contingent of
1000 men from all the West
Indies and Bermuda in 1944 was
the first British Unit to set foot
in America since the war of Inde-
pendence.

No less than 8153 British troop:
took part in the New Orlean
expedition and 1040 of these were
from the Ist and 5th West India:
regiments. Their valour drew
praise from the American Genere
Jackson,

The












Regiment. took part... in
actions in Demerara, Honduras
and West Africa and _ eleven
battalions served in the 1914—18
war. Headquarters of Regiments
were sometimes in the West Indies
and sometimes in West Africa
The stations and dispositions o
the lst West India Regiment a
shown in an appendix at the enc
of Major Ellis’ history. The col-
oured plates show the Ist Wes
India Regiment in Review Orde
1874 and a bindsman old-style.

Of great interest to students o
West Indian regimental _ histor)
is another book (also at the Mu-
seum) which gives an account o!
the trial by Court Martial of Ma-
jor Gordon of the late 8th Wes’
India Regiment. The Court Mar
tial took place at the Royal Hospi-
tal a. Chelsea on Monday the 30t!
day of January 1804. Major Ge~
don was declared NOT GUILTY
by the Court Martial but the sac
administration of ‘the Regiment
was proved by the fact that com-
panies went several months with-
out pay.

The variety of currency in use
at that time is worthy of note. I’
seems that there were “cut dol-

THE COMFORT OF THE HOUSEWIFE
SIMPLE AND INFALLIBLE

Connect to the Pressure side of any Vacuum Cleaner
and have your washing wa eck

lars, doubloons, four dollar piece: “BUBBLE WASHED”
and other coins.”
In 1796 the pay of a private ir AND

a West India regiment was six-
pence per day. The wealth of in-
formation produced by Major Elli
from official documents show:
what can be done in writing the
records of one West India Regi
ment, It is a pity that his wor!)
is so little known. Its value ex-
tends far beyond the mere record
of a single regiment: it remind
us of the efforts which our ances
tors had to make to secure for u:
the peaceful enjoyment of thes:
islands and especially chronicle:
the debt which the West-Coast o‘
Africa owes to the British Wes
India Regiments. When the Wes’
India Regiment is again forme¢
Major Ellis’ history will it is hoped
regain the recognition it has se
undeservedly lost.

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Family Planning

To the Editor, The Advocate—

SIR,—Some months ago I gave
a short talk over Rediffusion Ltd
and also at a public meeting on
the subject of Overpopulation in
Barbados. Since that time I have
had numerous requests from al!
classes of the community for prac-
tical help with family planning
The absence of any organised as-
sociation working under medical
control makes it impossible for me
to deal with the matter effectively

I am, however, very anxious to
help and after consultation with
the Secretary of the International
Committee on Planned Parent-
hood I have decided to hold a class
of instruction for trained nurses,
health visitors and midwives. I
shall deal with techniques of con-
traception suitable for working
class mothers so that nurses, in
the course of their duties, will be
able to advise women who are toc
poor to consult a private doctor
The methods suggested will be
simple, relatively cheap and easy
to demonstrate. The class will be
held at the Children’s Goodwill
League, by courtesy of | John
Beckles, Esq., M.B.E., on Wednes-

day, April 2nd at 5 p.m... Ad- © he -
mission is free % ,
Yours faithfully & tay

CECILE WALCOTT, A.R, San. I R
rohway House, .
Navy Gardena a
Rarbado ¢

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TE nn en ens heresies

4



es § = BUILDING A NEW CASTRIES

From among the ruins of Cas-Church was still standing — and iy tan Gale were adopted; Separation of the Services and a loan raised by the
tries, St. Lucia, a new and beau~- y). hells still ringing——but most ” oon and civic ~- from local Government, The original
tiful town is arising. It is an by se ; ne tOW ‘ow nants . the residential uses and the pro- estimate of ‘he cost of rebuilding
architect's town, planned by John ae ae Praag gen ogi ‘tint aoe — vision, ot an open space as ‘fire- was £1,386,958 and this was
Rose, Executive Architect of the ices on ee : Opeth, ie up. It is difficult to do any con- break’ between hi reg The group- revised last yeat to £1,431,978.
Windward Islands and Anthony Sean Okt eo rane om struction in Castries since the ing into one bui ding block of all It is an open secret in Castries
teen Geen“ eilon Bee gosble covered ‘to be the Customs ‘and town varies between one and Governim ant aig a ong. the cree, now that Tie mone me Se Se
lane highways, a boulevard, . “ Cisne ne Bridge “St now a three feet above water level. tion of a civic sangre, cosnposed of again, and the Governor and
attractive modern blocks of flats, e Dh Arne .. “ee an 1 Rene Pumps have to be used constantly Goren. © oes, BON course e ommissioner for Reconstruction
open spaces and, most important deuble lan gh ayy and. cx h- while foundations of cement and an ‘own Ha Siting o indus- have rushed off .t@fendon in
of all perhaps, a sewerage system ued until I was halfway up the ©. 316g stone are being put down. trial buildings at the leeward st of funds, Reliable sources

that works. Morne From there I got a won- end of the area. Provision of good estimate that at least another
“ derful view of the town, About ,,1 Was very impressed with the

a wharfside facilities and passenger million pounds will be needed
Che Colonial Development Cor- half the town is finished so far ar ee pa that the Govern- reception facilities. ' complete. the town. If the came
poratton has undertaken the job and a friend of mine said that it en! Aas t to accommodate “the rebuilding of Castries is is forthconing and the speed of
ef rebuilding. Castries, wnost...f eeuinded him a bit of Miami oe opie mn Apes tapes ee ‘0 being financed from three sources reconstruction is maintained. the
‘ : Me Are © prevent dull uni- —@olonial Development and Wel- new Castries should be completed

formity some of the blocks are ;
) £ : » Easte aaah “4 : ,
painted in- pastel. shades hile fare, Colonial and Middle Easterm in just about a year trom today.

others are left white. Each flat
has a baleony, tiving room,
kitchen, toilet and bath with
running water and varying num-;
ber of bedrooms. The rentals e

however seem rather high, For F | ght PVA 7
instance, a flat with one bedroom or i er, POi ©
costs a working class person $10 e

a month, and one with two bed- f [ b le

rooms costs twice as much, For success U a mg eee
non-working class people, the

rents are siightly higher, I am re ES,

told that the rents are proving
too high for the working class,
and that they are gradually being
replaced by shopkeepers and
clerks,

Having unhappy memories of
the old sewerage system — or,
rather, lack of it—in Castries, I
was delighted to find out that the
first thing to be built after the
fire was a water borne sewerage
system. The sewerage system
works partly by pumps and
partly by gravity, At first, odd
though it may seem, many St.

Jeremie Street looking East with the blocks of flats, under which [cians thought that building a
are small shops, on the right and the Market on the left. sewerage system for Castries was
a waste of monev!
which was destroyed in the fires Back in the town, I saw that g
of June 1948 and March 1951, and while most of the roads were fin- In the town plan, Castries has











‘Se «4 7 °
SOON there’ will be a ninety-fodtewide Boulevard hore. Notice the pumps which have to be used in
any construction work in Castries. cn oie Dede Saantinen-nFien Bas 17%












they have sub-contracted with ished, there had not been” time been divided into zones —- com-
Cubitts, who are doing most of yet to attend to the sidewalks. [| mercial, trades and _ industries,
the reconstruction. was told that the sidewalks would offices, Government buildings and

When I. visited Castries last: vary betweén ten and fifteen feet, re — and ne Doeae

ree} f 3 absence of nearly The boulevard, which will be controlled very strictly n deter- ( LTD.
“ae urs, tena hardly re ha ninety feet wide, is still under mining the size and position of INGHAM S$ Enos
rize the town, The Catholic construction, and throughout the zones, the following principles



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Ove, > ine ino Trans-Canada Airlines Meanwhile, the simple questior
Government Spe nding To The Editor, The Advocate of whether the Canadian-super- makes ou

Too Much (noe . e Advocate vised runway at Seawell is LONG

To the Editor, The Advocate; SIR,—I saw the publicity stunt enough or strong enough to take



= rer ‘ ; ay DY the Trans-Canada Airlines . Trans-Canads “oposed ne

SIR,—Please give me a small 4 ’ 1 rlines the Trans-Canada proposed new

space in your widely read jour- President On the front page of aircraft in 1954, whether they be sure oO success !
nal to congratulate the Hon, H, YOUr issue of Sunday last, and equipped with turbo-jets, gas-jets

A. Cuke, M.L.C., for that master- 1.must say that that kind of or just plain Canadian-hotair-jets,

ful speech he made in the Leg- thing will get us nowhere. remains unanswered

islative Council.on Tuesday the Mr. McGregor obviously timed With thanks for space,

18th instant under the caption his holiday visit to Barbados to .

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Government Spending too much clear up on the spot what he no Youys sincerely, schesiasiniieehimmaniie initialed alti
ir, I will tell Government how doubt rerards as a misunderstand- é
to save thousands of dollars an-.ing and misrepresentation of cer- A. E, S. LEWIS.
nually. Disendow the state paid tain matters in connection with Bridgetown, :
*hurch. his Company 20th March, 1952. Be i
The endowed Church was all IONA
very good in the past but, One would therefore naturally Strangers

today wherever one turns oné expect Mr. McGregor in his en-
will find a Mission Hall. I be deavours to re-establish the best
lieve Bishop Hughes said th? possible relations
reason why he applied, and ac-
‘epted the Bishopric was because

» Editor, the Advocate
between hi To the Edito 1 ‘

Cempany and the people of Bar
bados, to make every effort to

OFFER

SIR,—A very regrettable fea-

t + Ww . ale eT =

he had read in the Advocate ,, a ture which you have, of late, 5

Tarapaie! that a Bill was read % ‘ on % ae k — : of mitteq to creep into the columns

pe cee . 4 ‘ 1¢ House o ssembly who made ernher ta that of ade |

first time for the disendowment Hs. : o! your newspaper | ha |

xf the Church ‘and believed that - ee aor have a verse criticism of your and our} TO MAKE ROOM FOR NEW
t would soon become law chat with em, clear up the Country by strangers within our}

He held that the Church and Wrong impression and allow the gate If | remember rightly it} STOCK, WE HAVE DECIDED
State should not hold hand in "¢presentatives of the people to used to be the boast of the Bajan |

hand. The majority of the Church ®Sk him a question or two never to permit thi Such peo-| TO OFFER
of England Ministers are in Frustend: Mic alee ple were told that if the Island
favour of disendowment. I re- nstead, Mr. McGregor remained gig not agree with their health
member that years ago a census ‘" Seclusion at Government House or their temperament, the remedy

was takew at the Church House where he waited quietly and lay in their own hands—Get Out. ry 7 "a ES y
by the then Bishop with his Cler- ries until he was ready to Sy Walden’ bow of this putili | FOR ONE Ww Kivi ¢ VL}
ry > y was aV- leave > Isla t < 4 sy ma g use 0 yu l-
gymen to know who was in fa ave the Island, and then calle: ty -you may: perhap i writ |

sur of disendowment and the 4 Press Conference c > \ é
; : “ : nference complete with perhaps as funny things reclpi-|



majority were. I repeat disendow camera-clicking, to “give the lic

the Church and save thousands to House statements” and to de- aa te ae ee re
e £ g 44 n t o« s.

of dollars annually, seribe as “ridiculous” comment — ue

A SMALL SELECTION OF
R. EASTMOND which he talked around but paula isoa de

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stations.
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other intercolonial vessels to carry safely say,
receiving
When this is done one of the great-
est hazards among these vessels

will
schoo.er captain to carry a wire-
less operator as one of the crew

profit, would have to be given an
increase of about fifty cents per
ton on cargo.

the last seven years rope has also
increased from 32 cents a pound

Intercolonial trade for schooners Grimmar School, and also private
is going from bad to worse. Added ;,itjon from Mr, Morris at Perens
to this many new schooners are Secondary School, and it is also
being launched, by people who oncouraging to note that p
figure there is
gained from the schooner trade,
West Indians are overlooking
the fact that during the war years, >
when steamship traffic to the West serve its purpose and on Friday variety Bandbox, 6.00
Indies was at a low ebb, schooners last, a hot meal was given to a harmonic Orchestra,
braveq the submarine dangers to fair number of children, when
transport food from
the other.
rice to Barbados and in turn took League.
sweet potatoes to British Guiana.
, Today schooners are encounter- chants of Bridgetown, the Press,
ing their greatest problem in ports together with friends and well-
Aaa eine h rt: 10.15 London F
er taking cargo to these ports and a further a is made for 1°15 pn, jon Foru'
they are forced, for their return books, Poot ge aEOW
trip,
ballast.
be fixed to cover for the trip both
ways.
rates, these ports are
thetr cargo be shipped by steam-

encounter bad weather, they have Gap, Britton’s Hill, There were

safety to W.I, travel if the various the turkey.



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PAGE TEN SUNDAY ADVOCATE

Schooners Consider SENG SOLED « Tueerens

Radio-Telephone Sets

From page 1
ley) wags still prepared to recom-
mend Mr. Modeste for promotion
to this post. Mr. Lashley
tically said that he was still pre~
pared to recommend Mr, Modeste
as the suitable person.

Will Help
Federation

In answer to . Mottley about @ From page 1
the salaries, Mr, Lashley gaid Mr. not be more hospitable
Modeste at Sire pen April tertaining, and our:
in his present jo month, treated as
In the new post, if he b taotiie. spective tamilies
ed, he will draw $76 per month. “West Indian
Mr. Mottley then formally pro- Island Commissioner said,
posed that Mr. Modeste be 4p- my opinion
pointed to the post.
Mr, Cox said that

AS soon as a schooner is lost at sea the old question

arises: “Why not equip schooners with wireless receiving
and transmitting sets.” The most recent loss to the Carib-
bean fleet was the Zenith. Zenith left Barbados on De-
cember 19, 1951 for British Guiana and to this day nothing
is known of her whereabouts :
A few schooners are consider- Governments could find it possible
of installing to compel each schooner ovane Sn
in contact with shore Gabriel Fernandes of the firm of
It is rumoured that a John Fernandes, Schooner Agents,
is afoot by the various British Guiana, said; “Radio Tele-
ribbean Governments to make phone sets will be of great benefit
compulsory for schooners and to schooners’ owners but I can
there are very few
mq transmitting sets. who can afford to buy them,

keep

the island .
who, though they had remainea islands come
home, had done service in a dif-
ferent way. In as much as Mr.
Modeste was employed,
~ he was inelined to give some one



Major Griffith added:

Of Dorcas

not be necessary for the While Mr. Cox was seconding Indies.

back his chair, taki uy

for the want of a quorum but [ certain

anniversary of the Dorcas League, walked out of the room. plicity of the , it

2 (an auxiliary of the The Chairman put the motion impressive and -
adieu tan tale rae Army), while Mr. Mottley was walking ed. He said he had received many
tremely difficult ‘to balance their On March 23, 1939, a small bank away and had nearly reached the comments from Jamaicans that
budget. They barely cover their ©! workers assembled at the Evan- door. _ the show was very instructive
expenses. The boats which are selism Army Hall, Spooners Hill, Members present were Mr. and educative, and afforded those
—_ ses. The boats alan ritich for the purpose of forming the John Beckles (Chairman), ore who saw it information on Bar-|
Guiane run suffer more. Some- Dorcas League. The object of H. A, Tudor, Mr. E. D, aoe bados of which they had no pre-|
Ser Reece tak vhieh 1s to give religious instruc- and Mr. M. BR. Cox. Mr. T. E. vious knowledge.

During the last war schooners tion, Lectures to parents and Went was present ae = _As regards future West Indian
doutiaa - Widis ‘resent trade be- &vardians on health matters by but had no oi Ad Mr re ee Major Griffith said
Cee tiled During Cheese Medical pwactisomees > quenm bers of ike. Byard. sre, Tio Oh that tt ey ee tee |
years canvas was sold at $1.20 per ‘!othing for the children at Yule- Dr. *O’Mah ng . : me Raa! i a ovary eet es |
yard. To-day the price is $2.20. In tide and as often as possible dis- Y oe ang . Anne, nex AS |

The Chairman instructed
Secretary to write Mr. Maynard
telling him he was appointed.

—<—————

tribute, among them milk, sugar

aria cereals » dad as the likely venue.

to 84 cents. Pumps, planks and Phe League in its onward march Speakin oe Taland Commis-
spikes have tripled their war price }.5 succeeded in securing Scholar- : s sioner, ajor Griffith said that
and moreover these items are ships for children at the naees B.B .C. Radio he could not but envy Mr. D.
difficult to obtain. schools: Modern High Schi Fitz Ritson, Island Scout Com-

Acme Unity High School, Arling-

Declining Trade ton, Malvern Academy, Barbados

ammes

SUNDAY, MARCH %, 1962.

. International Communism,
11.30 a.m. Ray's A Laugh, 12.00 noon.
The News, 12.10 p.m, News Analysis
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EVERYONE is ghost-ridden—
some for too much sinning, ‘some
for too much loving, some for
broken dreams or deeds undone.
I myself could recall quite a few
mournful shades, if I would.

But the patient ghosts I have in
mind at the moment are those that
haunted a nation, Oddly enough,
they were quite real too. For I
Saw them myself.

It all began at the time of the
Nazi—Russian treaty _ trouble.
Hitler, among other things, had
taken a sinister faney to the hide
of one Harry Lime. I’d heard that
a scientific~expedition was going
into Siberia and, as one of their
number, saw a chance of losing
myself for qa long time. The expe-
dition leader, Sven Jagger, was in
Stalingrad. We met in a Russian
cafe, as colourful as a Petrouchka
ballet.

So you want to join our expedi-
tion, Mr. Lime,” he said. “May IT
ask why?” /

I fingered my drink. “Call it—
curiosity I have always been
fiscinated by all things scientific.
Northern Siberia—your destina-
‘on, 1 understand—is perhaps the
tenst explored of any frontier,”

He nodded, “And .. . you are
wanted by the Gestapo.”

“You know about that?”

Jagger motioned towards his
companion “Colonel Graznov,
here, is close to the secret police.
Tt is his business to know such
things. But have no fear, Com-
rade Lime. I'll be frank. We do
need unother man to act as an
cbserver and make notes.”

Jagger went on: “A word of
warning, We are going into North-
ern Siberia as far as the foot of
the Ural Mountains — a
known as ‘the eternal ice-box.”
The weather is rather worse than
bitter. A cruel wind blows most
of the time, And when the
cies then it becomes colder,
such climate ‘the Terrible
Frost,’ ”

I. SHUDDERED
A_woman called

I COULDN'T help shuddering
slightly. “Not that I'm not grate-
ful for the journey, gentlemen,” I
said, “but an expedition at this

particular time and into such
terrifying country—what are you
seeking?”

Jagger hesitated. “What if I

were to tell you we were on the

right
THE PATI

.

trail of ghosts, Mr, Lime?” He
was deadly serious. “If we find
them, we'll be stepping back in
time 10,000 years. . .'. The Patient
Ghosts, we call them. They are
the basis of one of our favourite
legends.”

In the silence that followed a
woman's voice called suddenly;
Colonel Graznov ! Colonel Graz-
nov!”

The soldier’s bearded face light-
ened, and he pushed his chair
back as he rose, “Sonia!”

“Please .. . I do not wish to
intrude...”

Graznov chuckled. “Intrusion?
From the prima ballerina of the
Ballet Russe?” He bowed and
clicked his heels. “Gentlemen! I
have the honour to present Sonia
Vatsova .. . Professor Sven Jagger
.-. Mr. Harry Lime.”

Sonia was like a princess from
a Russian fairy tale, She motioned
to us to sit down again. “I heard
you were leaving to-morrow,” she
said, “I wanted to wish you God
speed.”

Graznov told me: “Sonia has a
special interest in our expedition,
Comrade Lime. There is a ballet
based on the legend, Sonia, of
course, is the prima ballerina.”

I was seeking an escape from
one danger when I joined the
Siberian expedition and as in-
va.iab'y happens, I fell into great.
er peril. We left Stalingrad with
the best equipment possible under
wartime regulations, Just a few
cf us—Graznov, Jagger, Professor
Wentworth (another American),
four burly Russians for handling
the dogs and the heavier work,
and myself.

After days of heavy sledding
against icy Siberian winds that
strained endurance to the utmost,
Jagger pitched camp in a white
waste of snow that seemed to
steetch unbroken,to the edge of
the world. And that night, as
we sat around a crackling wood
fire, I could hear the mournful
howl of a wolf.

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HARRY LIME was on the run from Ritler. He crossed an unexplored

one of the strangest in The Lives of Harry Lime

ENT GHOSTS.

“Into the Bronze Age, Com-
rade Lime.”

I was startled. “But that’s im-
possible!”
Jagger shook his head. “Nothing

impossible. We are of the
opinion that this section of the
world is the cradle of Eastern
civilisation. If we can prove our
theory, we will come upon the
discovery of the centuries!”

is

“And you think you can ‘ace
complish this by digging? But
this ground must be frozen like
ice.”

“Exactly, Mr. Lime. That is
why we brought along so much
special equipment. And strong

workers to uSe it.”

I grinned. “I'll be one of your
workers, For once mariual lab-
our appeals to me—if it means
keeping warm!”

It was easy enough to talk that

night.... But next day and the
unbelievably difficult days that
followed were quite another

story.
I DISBELIEVED
Then it happened!

AT last Graznov called a halt,
and I asked: “How far have we
dug now, Colonel?”

“According to our reckoning,
forty-nine-and-a-half feet, Com-
rades.”

“Forty-nine-and-a-half feet!” I
repeated ruefully. “A pitiful drop
in the bucket, if we're looking
for the Bronze Age. Like dig-
ging for the devil himself!”

‘L doubt if we should find him
down there, Harry,” saiq Went-
worth, dryly. “Still, we May be
closer to our discovery than we
think, my friends. The great
winds sweeping down from the
Ura.s may have done much of
our work for us.”

I was still unconvinced.

“My government is not inter-
ested in this expedition for
scientific purposes alone, Com-

rade.” Graznov interrupted. Rus-
sia is at the crossroads of sur-
vival, just now. If we can
find a basis for the legend my
people want to believe so much,
it will accomplish miracles in our
morale.” 4

And then it happened! As 1
plunged the spade downwards, ‘it
hit scmething that sounded and

felt different from the frozen
earth. Jagger cried excitedly:
“Mr. Lime’s spade has struck
wood! Let us proceed carefully

SUNDAY ADVOCATE



THE LIVES OF
HARRY LIME > Paar

. and found himself back in the

Bronze Age of ten thousand years ago! It was an cerie adventure all

He calls it

my friends. We may have found
our geal.”

Eagerly we went to work, and
gradually—unbelievably—we un-
covered the entrance to a black
cavern,

One by
us down.
by the light of lanterns
saw took my breath away. “Why
—we're in a room.” I gasped

“A sort of stable. And, look
those great shaggy beasts stand-
ing there, watching us—are
they 1 ae

In

one the workmen let
Then we looked around
What |

iwed voice, Jagger
ended: “Horses, my friend,
Horses from the Bronze Age |

saddled and bridled.” |

an

“But they're alive,” I whis-
pered. “They're waiting for us!”
Graznov said: “Waiting — but
not for us Comrade. Look. |
Their eyes are open, yes, but
unseeing. Their bodies glisten
with ice.”
“These horses were frozen in-
stantaneously, Mr. Lime,” Went-
worth explained. “That is why |
they appear alive, their eyes so
open—patient. But they have!
been dead thousands of years
Some sudden and fearful bliz-
zard must have trapped them
here,” ne |
Graznov asked: “But if such
a mighty blizzard trapped these |
horses—saddled, ready to ride—
why not their masters?”
“Perhaps we shall find them
nearby. Graznov.’ |
Tere was a_ silence. Then
Graznoy said = slowly; ‘The
legend says—‘When the horses
of bronze shall live again . . .
shall move again . . . Russia shal)
be freed from her enemy,’ ” }

I laughed, “Granting that the}
finding of these beasts is a miracle,
Graznoy, they'll never move
again,” }

“We shall see, Comrade Lime,” |

he said
I WAS SAD
Find in the snow }
WE ieft those horses that had
been standing before Christ was

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ing of “Thy irchase’ the pair i ind ed by Hen G. L. Pile. wer
George's Par ‘ irrival here, which see im+ erected. The painting forms the
been tolt} The Hon. Henry f probable reredos of the altar surrounded
President-of the Cour Whatever may be ~ason fof py good, although modern,
er of -Lewer Estat ion is the disagreement between the d-alas Above the altar i
Said to have comn héd West donor and the Réctor of the g window depicting Christ
to paint’ this pieture for St. Church, it is geherally agreed j, Majesty”, on either ide of
George’s Church. The picture i ha this large paintin W@S the altar are “The Transfigura
dated 1786; but, when iy reached stored in an outhouse Lowe? tion” The Acer ’ whilst
Barbados, or, why it was not im- Estate, A workman i aid t© the’ sitie windows of the chancel
Mediately erected has not been have entered this building to steal, depict “The Nativity” and “Christ
ascertained. and he noticed that the centurionm with Children.”
Mr. E: G. § r, in his “leoked at him so fixedly that hé «The Re eatin’? 4
“Legends. and T: Barbados” punched out the centurion’s eye.” paintir ’ te centre of i
states “When the paint r- It is a common feature of a well the Risen ( t. who dominates
fived in Barbados Mr. Carter was painted portrait that the eyes wf e scene. He is over life size,
dead: and Mr. Thomas Keighly the subject appear to follow the a 1 ist and muscular figure, who
bears no trace of the sufferings of
Good Frida except His five
cred ound H hand are
especially lovel He h risen to
the top of the tornb, and is paint-
ed at the moment when one of
His feet is clear of the tomb’s
edge. There is no support of any
' and His white and biue
wrappings tumble in baroque folds
to the edge of the tomb rhe
central figure of the scene owes
much to classical art—possibly
Apollo Belvedere, rather than to
Italion religious paintin vith the
exception of the baroque curves
of the drape which trongly
recalls the work and colour
Tiepelo,
Behind Christ's right arm is the
Angel of the Resut on in red
and white robs part of whose
garment overlaps a large rock of
curious form and dimension, which
had covered the tomb, The com-
position of this portion of the
paintin 1 u tisfactory, thé
colour of the rock is uninteresting
and the result is rather flat, On
curso exXaminati t is impos-
sible to tell whether the pigment
of the rock has changed colour,
thu iltering the recession values
of the painting—tl probable,
having egard to W other
paintin ut not impossible
In the bottom left-hand .corne:
of the picture is the ‘one eyed’
centurion and the crossed spear
of the soldiers, In the distance are
seen three figure ipproaching the

TUF “ONE EYED” CENTURION of Benjamin West's painting
“The Resurrection”

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was Rector, He was a_ militant
Churchman and got into a dis-
pute with Mr. Frere, so that pic-
ture was put away in an outhouse
at the Lower Estate.” Mr. Sinck-
ley was a connection of the Year-
w6od family, anq had probably
héard from a descendant of Mr.

viewer around the
the portrait hangs.

room

The painting was
be repaired,” continues
Sinckler, but when it
England, West

te

where

sent home
Mr.
reached
was dead and no
artist of any repute wou-d meddle



Si Yearwood, Fréte’s Attorney, With it.” West died in 1820: it
= legend of this paintings. has been stated that the paint-
Human memory is, unfortunately, ing ee placed in St. George’s
offen fallible, and) Mr. Sinckler Church in that year, largely

ddes not appear to have vertied
the facts. When the painting
reachéd this island the Rev, John
Cc may have been dead, he
died in 1796 after being Rector of
St. George for half a century,

“le aos the Rev. Carter was
déad so was the donor, for Mr.

Yearwood, who

vestryman of St. George.
The canvas has
although the eye

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ARTIE'S HL.

Frere died in 1792, aged 56. The INE
Rev. Carter was succeeded by
the Rev. A. K, Thomas, who

was Rector of St. George 1798-
1802, not Mr. Thomas Keighley
as stated by Mr. Sinckler

“The Resurrection” is signed
“Benjamin West, London 1786"
That is the «um total of the paint-
ing written history, On the other
hand, if this painting was com~
missioned by Frere, who was
resident in England, it is reason-
able to suppose that, allowing for
delays of packing and shipping,
it reached Barbados by 1787, when
Frere and Rev. Carter are both
alive. If, however, Frere com-
missioned the “purchase” and not
the painting of this picture, it
may be that West painted the pic-
ture in 1786, and it was sold a
few years later reaching Barba-
dos after Frere’s death. Thus,
the disagreement may have been
bétween the Rev. Carter and
Frere’s executors, but, it seems
rather unlikely that the picture
did not reach this island until
oie. the Rev. Carter’s death in
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chancel
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tomb behiid whom is a prospect
of Jerusalem, These figures appea
to be’ Our Lady in blue, Mar;
Magdalene, and St, John it is
curious that West should have
portrayed Our Lady since there
is no record of her visiting the
tomb in the Gospel stories.

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nor as one newly‘ returned from
the nether world, does he carry
the eusual standard of the cros

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sin and death. Behind His head,
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hand corner “B. West London
1786.”

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also the year of birth of West's
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West migrated to Europe to paint
“History pictures”, As a_ child

Vest is traditionally supposed to
have been taught to use colours by
friendly Indians, Whatever may
be the truth‘of this story, West’s
drawings naturally attracted at-
tention in a Quaker neighbourhood
He was invited to Philadelphia
where he worked as a_ portrait
painter and was befriended as a
prodigy. At the age of 22 he
travelled to Europe, and spent 3
years in Rome copying old mas-
ters, and was known as “the Amer-+
ican Raphael.”

West was the first of a long
line of expatriate American paint-
ers. He settled in London in
1763. There he was employed by
King George III from 1767 until
1802. West retained the King’s
friendship in spite of the views
he held on the American Revo-
lution, and for the King he paint-
ed a series of gigantic painting:
to illustrate the Progress of Re-
vealed Religion to be housed in
a chapel at Windsor whieh was
to be erected for that purpose,
He played a leading part in the
formation of the Royal Academy,
ond he succeeded Reynolds as its

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et iim dufing his stay at judgment of posterity ae TS tenes te }
me, attracted mitich attention oo 4 r - au “palbob
hen whe showed his paintings in Outside the Chancel of St.| has built up ar
London, It was something new George’s Parish Church on the | enviable reput
or the work of a yeung colonial right there hangs a copy of “The pn a aie
to be also an innovation, He was Deposition” by Sir Peter Paul | Sredictions and |
onsidered then the equal of Rubens ‘(1577-1640). The orig-| the sound rracti-
Michaelangelo and Raphael: that inal hangs in the Cathedral of) cal edvice con-
is not the judgment of the pos- Notre Dame, Antwerp, and is one es = ans
terity. West’s flights of imagina- of Rubens most celebrated paint-| pusiness, “Specu-
tion are forgotten, his realistic ings. The St. George’s copy is| lation, Finances,
portraits of the famous remain on copper, the paint has flaked| Love | - | affairs,
{ interest, and, his historic paint- in places one of which, most un-| Friends, Bnemics,
ings are stamped with the new fortunately, has occurred under) have astounded
trend of histori¢al ré@alism. Hith- the signature of the copyist. The | educated people
erto, for the most part, dead first letter of the signature is| the world, over.
heroes had been depicted in Ro- ¢apital “W”", this is clearly vis- | SPSits, amt Ge.
mah to now, in “Phe Death ible, then occurs the flake—with | eves that Tabore must possets some sort <— =
of Wolfe’—a scene from the presumably another capital and | of second-sight. ;
siege of Quebec—British soldiers three letters missing, the last| Te popularise his system Tabore La PHENSIC tablets clear the head and dispel tightness

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4 Wednesday, 26th March
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The series was originally plafined

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the death of His Majesty, We Following on last Sunday's re-|
thonght it would be set back a view of Samuel Selvon’s new book
week and then the BBC advised i

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Douglas Hall
question of

of Jamaica
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a, Coe of the British West Indies. by another eritic often heard in|
his closing programme will be the programme, Arthur Calder |
broadeast on the 26th _ inst., all . son

Wednesday, in “Calling the West piarshim. gras, reviewed Selves t

Indies” from London. The broad-

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Review of Derek Walcott’s |

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Tins Dutch Garden Peas n" Tins Processed Cheese (5-1b).... 4.10 3.98
ws » Oi re f :
Pins Meton & Ginger one AG A2 Pkgs. Jacob's Cream Crackers 49 38
| Tins Imperial Vienna Frank Leg HAMS, Tender, Sweet
| 89 (Cold Storage) Whole or ‘2 1.44 1.24~—*
|





D. V. SCOTT & Co. Ltd. Broad Street

| THE COLONNADE GROCERIES











STOUT
FOR STRENGTH

GUINNESS







C. F. HARRISON & CO. (BARBADOS) Ltd.
P.O. BOX 304
BARBADOS





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PAGE FOURTEEN SUNDAY ADVOCATE SUNDAY, MARCH 23, 1952





























































































































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CLASSIFIED ADS SALES | PART ONE ORDERS LAAT TOOTH, a
aaa ae } oe” AL + 1 S
eiipesia snes STATE | Licut.-Cel. 3. CONNELL. 0.8 a CENTRAI FOUNDRY LTD. REAL ESTATE
BUIMBMNG SPOTS—-#3,000 og. ft y, Isue Me. — 21 Mar. $2 Specialise in Hardware of every description ee
situated at Dayrells Road side of Aber- | maenees a ya aR fs 9 ae , ia aii

geldie. Dial 5057 23.3.52—2r 1. COMMAND

| bs P.-L. C. Peterkin is appointed Acting O.C. “B" Coy vice Captain CENTRAL FOUNDRY LTD.

NS |
HOUSE: Brand new, ample 3 bedroom | Redhead on leave.
house, all convenie™ces, with party-|2 PARAD®E--Pa
sized Living room, open verandah, kitchen All ranks will parade at Regt. H.Q. at 1700 ¥ on Thu ay # Mar (Corner Broad & Tud St t )

sue panthe, Marriage io" Calling the FOR SALE
charge is $3.00 for any number of words
up to 60 and 6 cents per word for each | —— —

seditional word. Terms cash. Phone 2508 AUTOMOTIVE

of any description town
or country,’see...
D’ARCY A. SCOTT






































































cetween 8.30 and 4 p.m., 3113 for Death naan ee) ad utility soom. Garege, laundry, 2 52, for pay parade, O.C's of bee ans terete alate pad
Netiees only after 4 D.m AUSTIN VAN—One (1) (0 #.P. Astin | servant rooms and storage room under.| for thetr on wy eae wil 4 leno. ay i eal Auctioneer and Real
Van in good working order. Phone | On attractive hillside site, Rockley New|2. ORDERLY ORDEPLLY ew kK: For Oe ENDING SOE A LEELA ELPA Estate
4821, D. V. Scott & Co., Ltd Road. A. Batnes & Co., Ltd. Dial 4476 71 MAR. 52 —— ~ ‘ae
THANKS 12. 3.52—t.f.n. 13.2.52—t.f.n Orderly Officer Lieut. S. @, Lashley ‘ A Middle Street
a | engrereereenernene RRR cter———e and shing! houbd N ky Serjeant 517, L./Sit. Springer, W. Now in Stock... 22.3.52.—2n.
DANI The undersigned gratefwly| _ “AUTO wy TI apasine Sq] HOUSE One pours et eae fer 5g 0 * é
' 2 3 b tended, | Silicone Process POL juaram}14 x 9, shedro x 2 Appl; > Orderly cer uu pp. i. 6. peterkt
Rak ap Mer ee wien on wae teed to otfteshine and offt-last any Cari; Gittens, Haegatt Hall x 2 a ' Orderhy Serjeant aa , EE. (TERRAZZ y MAR LE HIPS
pathy or in any other way expressed Polish you have ever used. Gives a glass- 23.3.52—In - ML. D. Ss COX, Major.













EBONITE DIVIDING STRIPS

hard finish impervious to torrential rain,

sympathy on the occasion of
Oe ate bails blistering sun and corrosive salt air.

$.0.b. Adjutant,
The

VINCENT, B.W-T s Regiment.

REAL ESTATE









a Estelle Daniel of "
Kew MRoad, Bank rat St. Michael. | $1.60 per bottle. Sold only by HARRI- seid@rnized Stone House, e diniie lal
P.C. Si Van H. Daniel, Warder: Garin SON'S HARDWARE STORE, Broad 8° bedrooms, (2 screened) 2 There will be a Mess Mi of the rs Méss at 2018 hours on Saturday F
E. Dante! 23,3.52.—I1n 22.3.52—2n | pathrooms, — built-in cupboards. large | 29 Mar. 52. Honorary Memibers may attend af CEMENT in Buff, Red, and ing
————— = lounge, large verandah, ete., etc ar he tten: 2045 hours R wt
3 . di Family beg CAR 8 h.p. Austin Car in good 3% miles from Kingstown on main THE BARBADOS REGIMENT we; #0: %
are egy af condition Phone 4133 or 8513 road, 100 yards from Aquatic Club ay ee SERIAL N 5. e



through this medium to return thanks




22.3.52—-8n | Freehold price £4,000 Apply Box Q.|!. STRENGTH ENCREASE—Attestations

to all those kind friends who sent



vrea’ re ef Condolence, ie Gearic” Advocate Co 23.3.52—1n 699 Pte. Holligan, C
by saat Gh cepremen there sym CAR—Cheyrolet (1939 Handle Geor 700 Straker, F. A ) E R T L T D .
pathy in our recent bereavement Shift modety aa a “MELLYN,” Pine Hill eS “ pers M.A. ) The marginally named were attested T. th E e
Michael Randin, (Husband), Penn, Leo, | tyres. Apply: D. W. Gale, Bat = Tee A newly-constructed stone house on ba ckham, C. J and taken on strength of the Regiment
Nora, Mona (Children) 23.3.52—1n | Joseph. 3.526" | With polished pine floors throughout in a Maperet Mark ) wet 19 Mar. 52.
nn CAR 907M sae 10 aa th at cool and increasingly popular residential m1 fever” - 5. J ) >
ROBINSON-—We the undersigned grate *s rea. Zt is compact and easy to run 405 a )
fully return thanks to all who attended es Good dime: “one oe with minimum labour and contains front M. L. DB. SKEWES-COX, Major,
the funeral, sent wreaths, letters of | oauled. Price _— a verandah, drawing and dining roor 3 S.O.L.F. & Adjutant, gs ce.







contact P. L, Kelly, ¢/o Musson's .
19 3 S2—-tin



bedrooms, tiled bathroon The Barbados Regiment

toilet, kitchen, launds quar-

ters and large garage with direct acces Everyone loves a Smooth, Lovely Skin,—but they detest
to house, Front grounds laid out i Unsightly Hair, especially in Women . .- .80:—

garden beds, lawns hedges, ornamenta!

and shade trees and ormamental plants; “GET RID OF SIG x with
and back grounds in fruit trees and UN} HTL a
kitechent garden. ti renee v °

condolence or im any other way
assisted in our recent bereavement
occasioned by the death of Mrs
Cordelia Cleopatra Robinson, late of
Bank Hall X Road, St. Michael.

F. A. C. Clairmonte, Frederick and
Gerald O'Neale. 23.8. 52—1n

IN MEMORIAM



A.Â¥.S., F.V.A.



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CAR: Standard Vanguard 1952 model,
done 1,600 miles, exeellent for Hired
Service. Apply: Smith Engineering

Works, Roebuck St. or Phone 4947.
19.3.52—Srq

el ,
CAR: 1952 Morris Oxford—just com

@ REHENSIVE LIST-
S ALWAYS AVAIL-
ABLE.



Inspection by appointment with ifirs











































































































y a /o K, R. Hunte & 7’
ee Aan | fated 2,000 nike, © Garage |Lioya B. Aaron, c/e ee “|ROYAL NETHERLANDS
BARROW: [p loving memory of Emily | 4616. %.3.62—6n CR ee eee aise nT a 1 The M.V. CARIBBEE will For the Beach, Dance, Sailing, of any time ufdet-arth Hair FOR SALE
who died on the 29%d Maret, [ee —_———— nM deville, Christ Church Rectory STEAMSHIP co accept Cargo and Passengers for , a Unsightly
: et on WT cea ont eon or dial 5187 between p.m. and 8 p.m. ” Bornaice, Antigua, Montserrat, becomes » use Y a oe “ is ‘Portes
fe soul that diés in its most sacred | Station Wagon with # extra En eee + ng = alee evis, and St. Kitts. Date of . men who tough Deards, AST AND a -
hold G. E. Ward, Morris Service ae on any day Monday ¢@ Friday, inclusive, SAILING PROM EUROPE Sailing Thursday 20th Mareh 1952. VEET is extremely ae a ancuaae Pgs Brg Several bemutital plots is ieee
Receiveth life that shall forever last 2-80 | i hae. ak Ce . " areis W good beaches an
Wee te CS A) | tm | TO really know what “Home, Sweet | {5 COTTICA, fist March, 1908. The M.V. MONEKA Will accept Remember: “V E EB T” removes Saperfiuous Hair bathing.
Eloise and Clyde (Children) TRUCKS: Two Austin Two-Speed axle | Home means, see one 0 ay i MS BOSKOOP atin AD i if Cargo and Passengers for Dom- in exactly “THREE
2.3.52--1n | Trucks. Courtesy Garage—Dial 4616 Bungalow built of stone, open porch, . : pril, 1962. inica, Antigua, Montserrat, Nevis BUNGALOW, Maxwell Coast—
* si ele 18.3,59—6n | drawing and dining rooms, 3 bedrooms.| SANLING TO SOUTHAMPTON AND and St. Kitts. Date of Sailing pe ITS OLEAN! It'S OERTAIN! ! 19'S SAFE.1!! A well built bungalow with 3



with wash basins, kitchenette, toilet &
bath, servants’ room & garage, standing

bedrooms, largé living room,
kitchen, garage, servants’ quart-

AMSTERDAM

Friday 21st
MS ORGANJESTAD, 25th March, 1952. ¥ St ONG



B ISTER: In loving memory of our
dear Father, Jacob Bannister who

VAUXHALL, WYV That's VEET

Just under




















wat called to rest on March 23, 1943. | 2,700 miles Owner leaving Island —}° 6,285 sar ft. situated on seaside St } f The M.V. DAERWOOD will ers. A pleasantly located prop~
kind affectionate words, Delivery end April—$2,400, No. offers. | James. , SALLING TO TRINIDAD, PARAMARIBO accept Cargo and Passengers for RB.P. 2/3 4/- per tube erty for sale at avery
His loving ways, Dial 4616 22 3.980n } Two Storey stone Dwelling House with AND BRITISH GUIANA St. Laicia, Grenada and Aruba. = competitive figure.
ts cow: aon we, oruet him, TRUKWALE VELORCIN Saceent om ee Pee og ven $.8. COTTICA, 7th April, 1952. eno only for St. Vincent. Obtainable at:— COVE SPRING HOUSE, St
ver to femembered bY—Christopher, A VELOX—In excellent con- ec, pally § c SAILING TO TRINID ate of Sailing to be notified. . .
Ever 10 Pe Tne Etheline, Angelina, | dition — just completed 10,000 miles, Dial] sted ft Nelson Sereet for any type étxacao > ANP J BOOKER’S (B’dos) DRUG STORES LTD. dames — A 2, storey house on
Lilan (U.S.A.); Noel Carson, Leroy, | Courtesy Garage. 4016 . M.S. HERSHLAA, 2ist March, 1952 B.W.I. SCHOONER OWNERS’ BROAD STREET. da HASTINGS (Alpha Pharmacy coest with god grounds 4
line, Gl #%.9.6246n |. Three roof house, open stone veran- | im ; : ' » am DP: flities. There is
Pauline, Glenda (Grand-¢hiléren) decks 3 Lal arawine & dina tetins, 3 becrogmns) S. HECUBA, ist April, 1952. ASSOCIATION (INC.) an , . a Tae Ten secluded



*
8S. P. MUSSON, SON & CO.,
Agents.

kitchenette, toilet & bath, servants’
room and garage. Standing on 5,445 sqr
ft., situated in Dayrells Road, water and
light

Building Site at Navy Gardens, 11,000





Consignee. Tele. No, 4047 SSS = ———— ==

ELECTRICAL

———$_—_—————
Office wipment of all ki Steel
S#fes, SKan Visible is, Por-
tawié and Sta T , Adding
and Calculatifig Mach’ , Duplicating!



—
TUDOR—In loving memory of my
‘ beloved hugband Alfred Tudor, who
fell asleep on the 20th March, 1950.

{ WINDY wiLOws, St. James
6S ee Delightful bungalow housé with
For Ceilings, Partitions and Door Panes, we have { open verandah commanding view

LEPC CFOS



| and private sandy cove.





























WRIST WATCH: One Pierce Wrist-

Stop Watch on beach near to Casheil,
Welches, Ch. Ch. Finder return to T

18.3.52—6n



BI he vers
— may wither, flowers may! sr. ft, Ana Many othet Properties and e N s e 5 of sea and stretches of beach.
Friend, y forget y 2 OURSR. 4 A di t teamsh 2 Large lounge, 3 bedrooms, ver-
Ba ey forest you, but never | enn. a é sa Fcowy REALTY «& Commission nadian atio. Ips an excellent stock of +1) andahs, kitchen, pantry and ser-
A noble husband, honest and kind, ® AW cor” ye AGENCY ee ay ; I] yante_ toon. Storerooms in
Wee e, wonderful memory, he left : Marhill Street, Dial — wares " ” )} busement. Offers considered.
nd, PYE BATTERY SETS—Another ship- | _ es UL at 1 | 8 TEMPERE ; \
a beautiful Mfe, ¢afie a sudden met just, atrived, she gepulgr avy AUCTION SOUTHBOUND oe J rend Salts Arrives Sails i wie ton te eons nuns ae
P. 1.4 ™ 1. Tinnit tu P . a ontrea’ jalifak Boston B'dos B'dos ) with
ig ag as he lived, éverybody’s| MAFFES & CO., . Die wel Pe generar mn toe AS oes 7 CANADIAN CRUISER oe an 13 Mar. “a 23 Mar. 23 Mar . me ‘ be lace 1 \\ Favine Wn cimcame. fooling
: Ever to be remembered by his wife sn accident, We are instructed te otter this ane Winsor an ae cm win’ # z= a Apr, 12 Apr. Don't delay - this shipment cannot s te ide cat. TE alates dining
ris ‘on, Valda, Carmen, vehicle for sale by auction at the CANADIAN CRUI We tn a pr oes Apr., 28 Apr Ni . room, fitted
. y " f ISER ca: . 2M — 11 ; at pre : i
Ruta Rie saat isnimat| FURNITURE __ |i ‘Gpaar on pur eur Caan gerorveron:, “Se Hy A, Hae Bini en Bi gerege sean, sua, on
(brot! ), Miriam, Carmen (sisters). FURNITURE—One ay) Mahogany | tioneers. — F 23.3.52—4n. | CANADIAN CHALLENG a 19 May 2 May % Moy 2 June 3 June ‘ private access to good beach.
’ 99.3.62-—1n, | Dining Table to seat 8 ana one io wae | LADY NELSON ., oe * ee "a pine Fp PS ‘fone 12 June e y) 7 eopany which also includes
hogany ina Cabinet. pply en CANADIAN RUIS “* a e une une 2% June a detached and readily saleable
. Foster 3468. 23.3.52—2n.| UNDER THE IVORY HAMMER | canamian CONSTRUCTOR; 30 June... 8 July — 0 a 27.800 or hake fhe Which tddre
LOST & FOUND LIVESTOCK By instructions ,received from the LADY RODNEY ** “* 11 July 14 July 16 July 25 July 26 July N. B. I iC ) W ELL ) represents extreffiely sound value
—_—_—_ TT Insurance Co., I will sell at Messrs AA steal) ant and carries our strongest recom-
COW-_Calf within a few days. Apply: McEnearney & Co. Ltd., on Friday, » ; mn.
. March 28th, (1) 1951-30 H.P. Ford , nt)
Cospard Chase or Ashby, Enterprise, |) aines Truck, complete with platform NOREREIURy Arrives Sails Artives Arrives ves, _ Arrives } LUMBER & HARDWARE } “SOMEMEDE”, Garrison— This
Christ Church. 23.3.52—1n. B'dos B'dos Boston 8+. John ifax Montrea)
LOST or s}ete. Only done 1,700 miles. (Damaged] LADY NELSON $3 Mar. 96 Seer 3 a7 ntre ») | is ideally situated for
. COW: Giving 35 pints a day. Second es Se Terms cash, Sale at CDN. CRUER |. 4 Apr. 7 Apr. eri 4 Pet. 7 ard pes Dial 3306 “t Bay Street YH iS ever, popular
Ca * : -m. LADY RODNE h ' vy
talf Apply: Norwood Plantation VINCENT GRIFFITH, 2 RODNEY .. 24 Apr 26 Apr. 5 May i= 6 May 10 May } |, fs quite private and its

LADY NELSON , 10 May = 12 Ma 22 M
CDN, CRUISER .. 24 May 20 May lo
CANADIAN 1

- 23 Ma} 27 May
5 June 8 Jun) 11 Juné

Auctioneer

verandah cannot be overlooked, a
modetn

RACEHORSE—In training 4 y.o. filly













Gale, Edmundton, Welches, Ch. Ch. or, “Waterbell”. Price Ent. 2. ae ee ease ate CONSTRUCTOR 3 June 8 June —~; 10 deny 1
Advotate Advertising Office. Reward | Chandler 23.3,52—1n UNDER THE SILVER LADY RODNEY .. 15 June 17 June 27 Jurie we ene q Sus
= nae MIS.;CELLANEOUS HAMMER “ORALLENGER aay % J .
. 82 °° und une _ 5 Jul:
sie et On TUESDAY 25th, by order of The] LADY NELSON ... 6 July 8 July 18 July a ft Bie
WANTED ANTIQUES — 01 every description | Misses Hutchinson we will sell at “Wind-] CDN CRUISER ., 14 July 19 July, ~ 26 Julyy 29 July, 1 Aug
Glass, China, old Jewels, fine Silver | er Lodge”, Government Hill the follow- | CANADIAN { ‘
Watercolours 7 Early books, Maps, Auto- ing Items which are chiefly in Silver, CONSTRUCTOR 24 July 29 July we 6 Aug! 8 Aug. 10 Aug
graphs etc., at Gorringes Antique Shop SkheMeld and Plated Ware, Cut Glass &e LADY RODNEY .. 7 Aug. 9 Aug 19 Aug. — | 20 Aug. 3 Aug
adjoining Royal Yacht Club. Cut Glass Dishes, Glasses, Decanters, | ——————————— atte
' HELP 3.2.52—t.t.n,|] Finger Basins, Zephr Table Glass; \\ ESET
; oe minmnnan | SPOCIMen Vases; Ruby Claret and Hock For further particulars, apply to— i. S . SARA SALAS SSS S
as BISCUITS: Try our Delicious Short- glasses; Hand-painted Fruit Services; -



Breakfast and Dinner Services Menton
pantry, 3 servants’ fooms,
and outhouses. The land is com-

GARDINER AUSTIN & COs LTD.—Agents. \ |

A. GOOD aes s on ,cake and Shirley Biscuits on Sale every-
jad ‘1008. |

premises. Good.” wages. where. W.1. Biscuit Co., 44 Yea Service, Sangaree Glass, Claret





















23.9. 6-40. Jug; $F: Dish Covers; Pitd Cups and : i
COTTON SPERSUCK jn ten Siveta, Walters Seapenr Fg 3 Besar { i) Savcal te ten ae with aed bathe
Cc En dhe A a * - : ~

ae eo a Cutter and Supervisor ha d 36” wide $1.12 yard. |fers Very Nice Cruct Stand (& bottles) NOTICE }

Peat ts an % % C/o Advocnte. Reyeed to ofly to 91.01 4 yard |&e., &e,, Uphols: eee Room moe THE AMATEUR

21.9,52—2n | pene a as 62—In sry usié "eatery: enpravinds. Why not be Modernised . }

STENOGRAPHER & TYPIST, An|——— OO” | Music Canterbuny Semi-grand Piano by Whether you are furnishing pioportioned
expetiencéd Stehographét & Typist, no| FOOD CONTAINERS in plastic, sitit- | Bechstein and other items. 5 a Home or an Office the £ on a er site of 12,500 sq.
othef need apply. Good salary. Apply | able for refrigerators in 3 sizes. General Sale 11.80 o'clock. Terms CASH. \({ Modern Furnitute Oo-oper- , Contains 3 galleries (1 enclosed),
by and in person. L, M. B, | Hardware Supplies, Rickett. St. BRANKER, TROTMAN & co. | ation can do the job to suit Does teen maior aa.
Meyers & Co., Lid. 23.3.52—t fn. 22.3.52—2n "Auctioneers your taste and your pocket. ; j Ts Watts seseoted eae
‘ae HERCULES BICYCLE: Raffle Tickets 20.3.52—2n A \ So why not stop in and give & 1 : Sh Sale, owner going abroad.
MISCELLANEOUS for Sale 1/- each (for charity) Call at} ————.-—— -———— a us your order, whether it’s XC usive opping entre

A. E, Taylor's Store 22,.3.52—2n Mahogany, Birch, Pine, Fir HT wee Bo Rendezvous pa,

FOR RENT

—$—$_—$—— ,

JUST RECEHVED—Valor St io 1 or Deal. Your orders are

neluding — Chimneys, apresdecs, Paid Ok BARBADOS promptly dealt with, so Tre-
member the place .. .

Cop Plates, Wicks, and Ovens. Abo

: * * * *
DECORATION HOUSE: Antiques, Gifts. |

——$—$ $$ — — $$
BOARDER- Private family on the Sea-
side. Can accommodate Working Gen-

garage, servants’ quarters, walled













nd standing on 8,000 sq. ft, land.
tleman. School Boy or Visitor to the | pressure Stove ; ;: fn with
. Pres s parts. Enquire Auto Tyre good area unobstructed
islam For information write Box R.| company, Trafalgar & Spry Streets HOUSES io é THE MODERN view. Any reasonable offer
/ ocate Co, 19.3.52—1n | shone 2696. 20,.3,52—t.f.n.| “ARTISTIC Comfortably furnished Presents its FURNIT URE =

seaside Flat, Hastings Main Road, tub

DOG or BITCH— ’
Labrador Retriever, bath, electric heater, open verandah

Airedale Terrier, or Golden Retriever 1952 JUNIOR

Y. DE LIMA & CO: C J Gifts.
CHAMPIONSHIPS GO-OPERATION mine, Sowelleny,

OlL—The _ Wofld’s finest motor oil

BUNGALOW, Maxwell ca;
‘eedol, at all leading Garages and Service :

A well built
bedroorne,













































7 - Such as:— Blocks, Shackles, Thimbles,
tea vie ‘Jib Hanks, Sail Siides ete. All in brass,
Nofiee a, hereby. given that the Annual | T°¢, Barbados Foundry Limited, White

Available to approved tenants.

REAL ESTATE
AGENTS

Sr cieerilliatiiamear sa game nen
MODERN FURNISHED FLAT—with
Silver and Linen. Good Sea-bathing
For further particulars. Apply to Alma
Lashley No. 6 Coral Sands, Worthing.

HIGHGATE — Unfurnished flat.

State age and Price Apply to “X" | \tations. Your vehicle ‘the best. facing sea, safe bathing, suitable one or } latge living foom
Aquatic Club, G 2.3.52 cee deserves »lcouple, Télephone ‘ 5 Si
ee omen. .3.08-t5 | MeEDOL ee Sen Te. 29,9.59—1n and DEPOT ADVOCATE CO.: Book Shop, Stationery. Kitchen, sernte, servants, quarters.
ravel”, 17.9.62—t.f.n. N * ’ { pleasantiy located pri for
a oe ; — - IALE & FEMALE Otis Sobers tae Hy |) sale at a very competitive figure.
: SitanGcinametseal RAL MONET A tee natene’ Geil ae and BODY BEAUTIFUL ans eg Y {
P rete. aceninat eaUtanett, Asbd Tee Dees cen meals an udor Street CARIB SHOP: Carved Mahogany, Native {
, aati rd. Cost 00, services supplied fron: main house, Own CONTEST . $
stag Saree ay ee ee Telephone. Suitable married couple, Barbadian Wares, Indian Bags and Belts. RENTALS
= 5 : : 18.11 bi—t.f.p ($25.00) per day American Plan for two Ons : .
-11.81-t.£.P | people. Apply: Beachlands, St. James or n Saturday Night, 29th ATTRACTIVE FURNISHED
NOTICE |—Sie popular "WONDER OVENS" are Ne popular "WONDER OVENS” are| phone 0167, 14.3.52—t.f.n. March, 1952 ; GREYSTONE GALLERIES: Completely i BQuae sess Xeet) Coty. avalle
here again. This is the Top-of-the-Stove i pias Sanna oo new Techni designs and Finishes in ' .
oO : HOUSE: “Vermont”, Pine Road, fur- ’ que, des an
Orders for OLIVER/CLETRAC Crowies| ven thich, cooks, baker and routs an | ished or untornianed. Dist om or aita.|]] At QUEEN'S PARK Barbados Pottery. Bin monies somasuee seuss
being accepted. We shall be pleased to| do bit does it in less time and at half shah oe. 9 at 8 p.m. i ney re Ge Pathe tornaned’
ee eee eoraen on applica- the cost. It is efficient on Gas Stoves, KILDARE—Bedford Avenue — from i acide ike rnished,
ton. Orders are‘aizo being received tor | Cu» Wings, Ol Stoves ete, Avaliable Bal June 0 to. December wot sinciustvay ||] Reserved Seats: i: 2/- STANSFELD SCOTT & CO: Wines, Spirits jj
mantfasture 2 ; ee m Well-furnished bungalow, 2 mins Yacht dG ri NEWTON LODGE, Maxwell
Typertiamier Erectors, The price is sleo | mee each. 22.3.52—2 | Ciub—Bus, Dining, Drawing, 2 double ee }) Eset SU enae, RERR DOS
he price is a , . :. Se ene a ' ) fe
sued ene quarter of less than the | u's | WATCHES: | Lusina Swiss made witiat | eco los cit an Ne Ces aan POSSPD ISPD 9DPSR PISS PPPS TH }) session.
« COURTESY GARA al 4616. | Watches for ladies and men. Seveén- |p, ¥ r 2 :
22.3.52—6n teen jewels or more. Guaranteed a ait ae = REALTO E ENGLISH SHOP: Materials blocked oa
K R. Hunte & Co., Ltd., Lower Broad ““-MARISTOW", Maxwell Coast, Pur- R LIMITED. by hand, Skirts, Shirts, Shorts. peer a
NOTICE | treet 22.3.52—2 | nished, Refrigerator . telephone in- { } RESIDENCE, 2 Mile Hill me
Da aoe eedeer wae: ae 9 lormation, Phone . { tifully furnished, swimming pool,
| YACHT FITTINGS—Fine assortment | §511 2.3.55 an \ BETTINA LTD: Gowns, Lingerie, Gifts, close’ to town,” excellent. staf.
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Meeting of Division I of the B.C'S.A

will be held at the Lecture Room, De- iy eae © ee

EASIDE PROPERTY, Paynes

y—Available to approved ten-

AUCTION







CLUB POINCIANA: Bar, Restaurant,




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SSSLPOOPSTS OPPO OPF



















partment of Science and Agriculture on 23,2.52-—t.f.n G
Monday next, the 24th of March, at 430] M&W. EME | caedeesteencnestnsiiteeenentisieme juest Rooms. trom May to Nov
a AGENDA NOUNC NTS MODERN FURNISHED FLATS—Four FOR SALE NONPAREIL ee a ‘
/ o Aces, St. Lawrence Gap. Apply: Mrs MODERN FURNI %
2 Flcction of Committee of Manag | The Barbados Agencies announce that L. Hassell, Phone 4003 . 21,3.52 -3n Balmora) Gap, Hastings ia eo BEAUTY SALON: Ladies Hair- GALOW—Wildey-Available aout
0! anage- dé Po Enel i i 6 months.
tig they are selling Petrol and Oil to the - ‘ ressing, Beauty treatment. .
3.” General Business eneral puble at their premises Bay | | OBFICE— once Ye jae aise See Thursday, 27th March = e
FL. CozIER Street 21.3.5%—-an | &t Prince William Henry Street Apply Lovely Stone House; comprising Y, Phon 4640
Hon, Sec Division 1 ) |v. B. Marshall 23.3.52—1n upstairs three Bedrooms, Large at 11.30 am B | £ ie
Do 93.3. 63--17 TUITION nto gt a Living Room, Dining Room, 2 Ce atmora ap. astt S.
3.69—-In.| 4. imited numa eefapie- token ifi— | Tae ROSAME Caras 4 bedroom Tollets & Baths, one with Tub - Plantations Building
Latin, French, Matheifiaties, Greek, Eng- residence in upper Dayrells Road Bath and hot and cold water, er
FSC9S599699999999S9900", 6). German, Spanish ‘and Kealian, | Dial 0672 23.3.52—1n Gallery. Downstairs: 3 Spare tony ,
H. F. BOYCE, M.A. (Oxon) “To LET—J a/or July Furnished Panne Kitchen, and Shower ae ate, wentructet OF OF land ae ee ae ,
. hd . June and/or July Furnishe: foom, Standing on 2 oximatel . 2 i
“WHAT THEY SAY” 8) o «52-2 Aquatic Club Garrison | i oase St. James Coast. Four Bedrooms au Actes af land about 100 yards to dispose of his Furniture and moo * \ thre
pe Fee excellent. Bathing, Box—M.L, C/o Ad-|§S from Gibbs Beach. ; Effects as listed below. wo That's why
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Inspection by appointment only. Viewing morning of sate

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x NEW BUNGALOW â„¢ pholstered " T \
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% comprisiny "three Bedrooms aerete chats, wommues tl LAS more tons, world over, are
*% Dining and living Room, Kitchen, ot u a aon ee
X Toile : - Dining Tables, Mah. Oce. Tables,
Toilet and large tiled bath Stand- Mah. Bookca Mah. Wardrobes \ . .
R ta coe 11,000 square Mah. Chest of Drawers, Mah. .

eet P a > > s
R Waters land, Situate at Blue Dréssing Table @md Stool, Mah | oo

and approximately 250 arpet -
yards from the famous Rockley eat oe = OTe 3

S$ Beach. This Bungalow has never £ Single Beds -
x aos lived in. Very reasonable en ica tereeoe chil: \ — an on an I ma e
srice nen
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to give me
One of these GAS COOKERS
than a diamond ring!"
oes tae You'll agree she was a

sgeaible woman — she wot ver Bi Dance & Floor Show

Possibly the diamond ring too!

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CANADA DRY

(World Famous Beverages)

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Dial 9111. D, FP. de Abreu. Call

et “Olive Bough”, Hastings

“OLIVE BOUGH” (Seaside) at

HASTINGS; A 3-Storey — Partly

Stone, 4 Bedrooms, Sandy Beach,

about 13,000 sq. ft. AT HAST-

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at 9 p.m.
» — 5% ; AS N 2-S' Py .
— FOX TROT CONTESTCPHIZES Sue Wake, & Petroome, § 1S iain ali het. ‘Table Lamps, Steel Desk,
UNIVERSITY COLLEGE OF Artists Harvey Rogers, Ehaking, Gotn are v3 ree AE % Comprising Four Bedrooms, Din- eet Henk, COTS Desk & Stoo, Z
THE WEST INDIES mesenee Bros (Acrobats) = in ‘Almost New 3 “Bedroom Natcee <$ ing and Living Room, Pantry, Machine Pee aoa = RUCK operators know that — provide the finest road perform-
- y Songs, ances, Acrobat te. . * Kitchen, and a a me * ae ° : “ie :
EXTRA-MURAL a Beier eee Pungalow, Tiled Bath < Toler 1 R's ee ae ae ee phone, . Venetian . Biing. Baby's Goodyear giant tires give ance of any work tires. Get the
ia pene res lety Fiv abou . ft.. Going der c @ , z a 7 air amd Cot, Congoleum, . s 3
DEPARTMENT. __ Society Five £2,300. NBAR CYPY in Avenue, Sit near Seawell Airport. Wiec. Figor Polisher longest life—lowest cost-peranile best — get Goodyear giant tires!
eee 7: a Quiet -& Restdential.—A Bargal St Price veny reasonable, Inspection , Kettle, Hot Plates, Elec. y g
A FREE LECTURE j | We Almost New 3 Bedroom Rel % by appointment only, Irons, Fans, Elec. Stove, G.E.C. Other super-stamina Good
Se eee ee : ; ae
DR Tan WA Going Under £2100, | |% BUNGALOW Rese stoves, Repeater 12 MUMILER st eed
’ . 2 wed he hnadg s, Rockley New Road: on approx: ; ( rn tae
BY FONTABELLE; 2 Bedroo © imately 19,000 square feet of Inme gauge Winchester Gun (as new) ALL- WEATHER Road
BALLAD OF Bungalow, A-1 Condition, Going 8 Magnificent Sanne” deuipactting Gola 4-10 Double Barrel Shot Gun, .22
Bate ei ate! ae maaTinGee’ | |S Magfeent, view, inciuding Gold 31 Romingion Rif. Misc. Books
TRADITION Realdences (one partly stone, and | Gnd Dining Room Kitchen, Fools, Ching, Glaseware, Kiichen

yield $105.00 p.m., and Ghing

yee Sto. At LOWER BAT * Room with Bath and Toilet, and bt setarest,

will be given by PALACE





ts Dembatalrs Garage, Servants Equipment and many other items












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- % enough room for Las a
ST.,—Seaside, 2 Bedroom Sto: ae aundry oF on
PROFESSOR A. K. CROSTON Cn Selden pm LS
f lish 2 t DA r Gotne Unde 1,000. AT UPPER ‘+
(Professor of me at the HEADQUARTERS FOR RORBUCK gi Se cate rae 3 4S % AUCTIONEERS
rey a s 7 St . 8 Bedrooms (possible 4), s
st the enon QUVENTS cg ALD Stine ose omens: | | REALTORS Limited 3 J 2
BRITISH COUNCIL CEYLON Under £1,200, AT ROCK ye rer |% BEAL ESTATE AGENTS ohn ¥4. Biadon y > ‘
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at 8.15 p.m. T Wi A N l' ebout 94 00 « Me but not with % AUCTIONEERS % a
x Ge _ or s - S o RS
a SOOO iene a Baron | |S sonpmg cowmmactons ee THE CITY GARAGE TRADING CO., LTD
arc 2. 7 Prices almost A where Ar ‘ 151/182 Roebuck Stree’ . — >
MONDAY, March 24th. Pr. Wm. Hy. St. Dial 3466 Pte x — a s A.F.8, F.V.A y e °
a % Phone 4900 > :
ee ry ie 8 |} VICTORIA STREET



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SUNDAY ADVOCATE i ee IFTEEN
; a Sain. ddemamnnes aa — 1 $°GS969699946906566 0900" (HOF >
GOVERNMENT NOTICES * $
CHURCH SERVICES eepetaeens S :
: , % ROVAL COLD NG 96% 3%
ANGLICAN atti: A vacancy exists for a Technical Se Instructor for the % ¥%
» NEW TE NT CHURCH OF GOD . os - a a -aalle Salesch aoe’ ® of +} aving . +r ~ 5 ’ DRC = e
ST. .MARY’S CHURCH RIVER ROAD—40 a.m. Sunday School, | Motor Transport Platoon on the Permane Staff of the Barbado: T H E F A M | L Y S 0 4 P % ME TALLIC d VU ,OOF S
LENT Iv. a — ae 7.35 p.m. Service. Rev | Regiment s my aise “=
(one oe vaso ae ka “BANK 10
mon, 3.30 p.th. Sunday School, 4.00} 11 a.m 7.15 p.m. Service, | rate of 4¢; under the Widows’ and Orphans’ Pension Act t is in- : : s
Cane oe 4.15 i. Saiaee Brwttyjohn, Ministée | tended that th ; post should be pensionable Applicants should have | o Banishes perspiration odor A
tisms, 7.00 p.m. Solerin Evensong & Ser- | wi the Dom Sicwe ee . a ’ i A simp
nor Preacher, Father F. Layne ao nae. 2, “ty sgieoh ten to fifteen years experience in technical motor transport, work. | &> Leaves body sweet and dainty | Metallic Zine Coatin
AY 26TH Mid ; : Vv } ‘ + . > aaah ‘ r . Ss obtai blk
7.30 p.m. Solemn Evensong & Sermon. | Wa : A Charge and must be a practising motor . mechanic, Previous experience in Oden mahi, 2 .deup, eneting tnches sas je : pee f yt .
Preacher ig sundaw. School, Oe mks tz instructing and previous service In the Army * iM be an saree: Dathe. Odes is idee! for family. ute. acini
11.30 a.m. Breakfast time Service | &-clte reghes. Minister in Charge The appointee will be subject to the current conditions of service ave and ch
Condu Canon Barleé. 7.90 p.m. | QFtTPS VIEdAGE—10 a.m Sunday | and departmental procedure and discipline % i af
Stations of the Cross and Meditation. ool, ii a.m. Service, 4 p.m. Monthly | Se RRR EO m tomethas with testiearisle ene eieationsl i ose ne
of the Cross ane Piseipion t 4 toe un, os Servite; Written applications, past “i - 1 —_ nials and i be window frame
ST. LEONARD'S CHURCH , ©. A. Nurse, mister in Charge | certificates will bé received iy the Colonial Secretary, Colonia cre~ $6699 CSCS SEBOOS89OO8 BOO H xcept
8 aa, a See al nea hey A. Nurse 5 " STR ian tary’s Office, Bridgetown, up to Friday, 28th March, 1952 $ re oer _ ei | eae he s ’ t
; a.m ‘oly communion, a.m, - . - y 7. s . 7° , . - - eee oe. . y ' » | — em
Ghoral eeu SS a an@ | Pastor ¥ ik Ameew 21.3.52—2n! X YES! JUST ARRIVED: Wh
Sermon, 3 p.m unday hool, p.m. ATIO Sg >
Evensong and Sermon STREET ’ . SPRATTS MIXED BIRD SEED
Monday Coan Air Service Goodland. ll am Miness. Mecting, 3 p.m -_ y FE 208 {, MESSEN Ss AND 1% CANARY SEED e "
7.30 p.m. Holy Communion oh Monday Company leeting., 7 p.m. Salvation UNIFORM TROUSERS FOR POSTMEN, MESSENGERS A) BS ” AQU ARIUM FISH FOOD *
and Saturday 7.30 a.m. Holy Commun- ects: c-RS OF THE POST OFFICE DEPARTMENT ‘ ° =i agen
ion on ‘Rieaday and #tiday’ © a i Holy jrreaehier: Major & Mrs. V. Cc. Undernatt, | sisaeaie 1S Also: A LOVELY ASSORTMENT OF = - - - 3 gi eR Nala *
ee eee, wie OUGy B CENTRAL | Tenders are invited for the manufacture of Uniform Trousers | {s EASTER EGGS > i j 3
720 miss Gee “ canpdae” uw oe ns pn | for Postifien, Méssengers and Porters of the Post Office Department | § i" re er % » GENERAL HARDWA RE SUPPLIES %
7 a 3 . m. a .
Litany. Selon’ Suet, aad, Recon Meeting. ” | during the financial year ending 3!st March, 1953 | COME IN — YOUR DRUG STORE — > ay woes cilicinieeie aii g
~m. Sunday School and Children’s reacher; Major Smith. | F icular’S may be obtainéd from the Colonial Postmaster. {% . seeen mere per eens >
Service, 1 p.m. BVEhiOhe aha Berner TOWN ae eee Ay OE-SOSenane Some Oo aiivathianay Genie, 1 THE COSMOPOLITAN Ni >
Preacher: The Rev. H. A. Melville 1l a.m Meeting, 3 p.m. | Tenders in sealed envelopes, addressed to the Colonial Secre MS te . RICKETT STREET I PHONE 4918 X
a 2 p m, Open Air Service. itestng? ing, 7 p.m. Salvation jand marked “Tender for the manufacture of Trousers (Post Office)” | Just a few 7 aa St. in PR. Sz. eaeeet > %
e 7 p.m rvice in Churel % . . - : . t r2 393 . A. »
Thursday 7.30 p.m. Open Air, Friday Preacher: Sr. Captain Bishop |should reach the Colonial Secretary not later than 12 noon on 2n ig Phone: 4 * * SOO SSOSSOO OOOO ‘ AL ALCL.
5 p.m. Stations of the Cross and ror Joacite ADs | April 1952 23.3.52—2n | * ae 6684"
Acdress 3 eeting, 3 p.m i sites ae — — anenEEREEenemneemeeenl
METHODIST Company Meeting. 7 p.m. | Salvation | deciles »
ng. : co
Boulton hs a cs ay, J S. | Preacher: lor Rawlins (Rp) | UNIFORM SHIRTS FOR POSTMEN, MESSENGERS AND
. 77 sé. cH E are i = . a j
Bt ee a ee POSTERS OF THE POST OFFICE DEPARTMENT
ae : or : |Company Meeting, 7 ” gs: ‘i +
Gumth, Ape ake an & scan |, Meeting . eae | Tenders are invited for the manufacture of Uniform Shirts, for |
meena “a4 ‘ _ | Preacher; Lieutenant Reid , Sorter »P ice Departme iu
HOLETOWN—8. 30 . Mr. D. Scott; S SS s and Porters of the Post Office Department, dug
7 p.m. Mr. P am F ot PIE CORNER Postmen, Messengers and Pc o I

BANK HALL-# # a.m. Rev . | a.m. Holiness Meeting, 3 p.m | ing the financial year ending 31st March, 1953,
Payne: Sa 1 Pan. Mr. J.T. Oxiey. | Meeting” Meeting, 7 p.m.” Salvation Full particulars may be obtained from the Colonial Postmaster.
Laveen hi aie w | mens F Preacher: St. Major Hollingsworth Tenders in Sealed envelopes addressed to the Colonial Secretary
wiine Peo. on. MD. 11 a.m ere “Bhosne, 3p and marked “Tender for the manufacture of Shirts (Post Office)”
nnister, pom ev. F. Lawrencé. > ° ;ma : = ate ‘ g 2
SELAH—9.20 a.m. Mr, B. E Barnett. Meeting. Meeting, 7 p.m.” Salvation | should reach the Colonial Secretary not later than 12 nan on 4
ae em gh Mr. B. Preacher; Captain Moore April, 1952. 23.3.53—2n
BETHEL: 11 a.m. Mr._ 1.’ Blackman; THE ST. JAMES NATIONAL :
7 in Rey. M. A. E. Thomas = ~ a
jonday: 7.30 p.m. Circuit Welcome TaN
Ponte Rev. and Mrs. T. J Friley. t P t ST. Lt q WA
SALKEITH: 11 a.m. Mr. P. Deane; Concer Oo a.
7 p.m. Mr. F. Moore , S one
BELMONT: 11 a.m. Mr. V. St. John P BEACH BUNGALOWS FOR SALE
7 p.m. McAllister PATRONS of the Hastings
SOUTH DISTRICT; 9 a.m. Mr. V. | Rocks are

















Over a quarter of a million motorists are insured with

C8 > nS -e eS is While stocks
Pilgriti, 9 om Me One c asked to note that the TWELVE attractive wooden bungalows, with about’ one acre of the ROYAL because it offers them the three essen ‘a er eae
VAUXHALL: 9 a.m. Rev. M. A, p, | Special request programme which | land each, on the Vigie Peninsula, St. Lucia, in close proximity to tials :— b " 1 _ ee at
Phones me. Mr. T. Callender tan eres Owing to the in-| Vigie Airport and bathing beach (1} miles from Castries) are being Absolute security; Equitable claims sett ement; not le:
Thomas; 7 p.m, Mr. A a avers me will ‘now take plicg nae Sty offered for sale in situ at reasonable prices ranging from $5,000 to A real understanding of the needs of the motoring as you want
mA aN ctmeneeâ„¢ next, 25th March. ree $7,000 (B.W.I.), fully furnished or unfurnished, Electricity and water community.

11 a.m. Morning Setvice, Preacher : This concert will be held in ad- | are laid on.
Rev. E. E. New; 7 p.m, Evening Service. | dition to th £

Allow us to issue you with
Preacher; Rev E, E. New.

A MOTOR INSURANCE POLICY 7
that will place ROYAL service at YOUR service.
For information and rates, apply to —

DACOSTA & CO., LTD.~acENTs

ae e Mong ay night 2, A substantial former Military brick building in the sate
ramme on the 28th, and the i i er r sale at a price of $26,000 (B.W.1.).
GRACE HILL sale at ¢ of $

11 a.m. Morning Service, Preacher :| Patfons are “keminded ‘that re- locality is also being offered for sale at a price o

Mr. O. R. Lewis, 7 p.m. Evening Service | Quests for special items shoulda 3. No reasonable offers will be refused.
Preacher; Mr. F. G. Downes. reach &t.

A. BARNES & CO., LTD.

FE BL LEC WE NRE
i

FU Cecilia Barracks not 4. Inquiries and applications should be made to the Govern-
11am iMbeniba’ Weeeise, Preacher : | Later than Wednesday, the 26th | ment Agent for the Sale of Vigie Peninsula, Office of the (Commis-
ari preneyhg Dra, Evening Service, | March, sioner for Reeonstruction, Castries, St. Lucia, B.W.1.)
eacher r. U. Reid.

MONTGOMERY SSS | 28th February, 1952.

7 pm, Evening Service, Preachet ;

BERETS oSSlER:

















3.52.40. | .666.365996699909006 ‘ rea oe
Mr. D. Culpepper. 9.3 _ ~ s tt
DUNSCOMBE ; % r >, oe Y a
7 fm, Evening Service, Preacher : DANCE e FOR % f Y TT % a: 28
Mr. W. Swire. < x . £ y # A af ‘
SHOP HILL x 4
7 rm Evening Service, Preacher :









Mr. W. S. Arthur. and

GUARANTEED
SERVICE

Remember any Watch and
Clock Repairs will be deliv-
ered within a week with a
guaranteed note

At J. BALDINI & CO,,
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BAPTIST LADIES & GENTS WATER

1
Evensong and Sermon; preacher at both | POLO MATCHES BY
services, the Rev. J. B. Grant L. Th. FLOODLIGHT
I

$ GENERAL ENGINE ROOM STORES

including:—

11 a.m. Matins and Sermon, 7 p.m,

MIXED FRUIT i
For CAKES & PUDDINGS.

BUN FLOUR--Pkgs SANDWICH SPREAD—Bot, ff}
BLANC MANGE—Pk SALAD CREAN
CHOCOMEL—Tins Ol s I t
BRISKET BEEF —Tins } ISH—Bot
HAM ROLL—Tin | IRE RELISH—Bot
SLICED APPLES-—Tin N UTTER Bot
GRAPES—Tin { ONION Bot
STRAWBERRIES—Tin ( I Bot
LACTOGEN—Tin LEY WATER—Bots
OX TONGUES—Tin i Bot
BAKED BEANS~-Tir I Ltt Bot ;
COCKTAIL SAUSAGES i 1 Snaps rv

] bod ed ins

4,

Minister in charge. Special Lenten pray-~
ers will be said; 4.20 p.m, Mon, Wed. Fri.
training for youths this will be conducted |
by the Rev. L. Bruce-Clarke (Assistart
Pastor) and Mrs. Olga Browne

at

ERY aarti BELTING, in Leather, Camel Haiti; Canvas-stitehed
sa BELT FASTENERS, OIL CANS, PRESSURE GAUG
GALVANISED & STEAM PIPE & FITTINGS
FILTER CLOTH, — WHITE COTTON TWILL
SUMALOID and RITO-MASTIC (for Boiler Walls)
ENGINE, CYLINDER & MOTOR OILS and GREASES

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—— (Local & Visiting Members
SHRISTIAN SCIENCE Only) ;
aa meee See { on OSS SOSSS SSS FSS SSP SS FP FFF OSS SSS EEA EIST 4

Bridgetown, Upper Bay Street.

Suits lla m tnd 7 a a SATURDAY, March 29th, | STAMP COLLET TING

Wednesdays 8 A Service which | > = ae qi, hae add
i pralar nteaaedatoes Oy ei tction | at 8.30 p.m. | You can start the right way with the

Science Healing Admission (Dance & WORLD'S GREATEST HOBBY

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For “EVERITE” ASBESTOS CEMENT ROODING, &
RIDGE CAPS

SUNDAY, MARCH 23, 1952
Subject of Lesson-S¢rmon; MA’ %
Golden Text: Colossians 3: 2. Set your
affections. on things above, not on things
on the earth.

The following Citations are incindéad
in the Lesson-Sérimon:

Water Pol 7 by making your selection from our large assortment of —
et meee STAMP ALBUMS—(5 Sizes) from 84c. to $8.50
Admission for Water Polo Loose leaves to fit the above, Stamp Hinges in Tins, four types

only—2/- of Magnifiers, Perforation Guages, Water-Mark Trays and
(Games will be played Tweezers, Benzine Droppers, Titles of Countries in Booklet
8.30—9.30 p.m.) form
; anc
“le Wes ok ree Stamp Catalogues—British Empire and King George VI
for 1952.

(Omtnacing, 540 ROBERTS & Co. - Dial 3301

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Phone: 4528

GOLDEN 1kRROW RUM.

The Bible: This saith the Lord . . .;
ZT am the first, and 1 am the last; and
beside me there is no Gokl.

Isalah 44:

Selence and Health with Key to the
Scriptures,



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FESTIVAL SILK . .. 36” Wide @ 2. : | [ $ e \ ano
PYJAMA STRIPES . 36” Wide @ 86 || CocKADE FINE RUM—8Yrs. Old ; per bottle ye AW ¥ R Remind Me og men
PLAIN SEERSUCKER .................... 36” Wide @ 78 $)||| COCKADE FINE RUM a pe, Se 7 3
oF PRINS oss scsivbssesas . 36” Wide @ $1.03 & 84 {i peer eee |” oe iowa - % Ta G. ee 1,
| Se ee 70 wie e tie | PERLSTIEN BEER UMILCH en ee pst Hh x % AR i
. * Tv s JE AUD 4 : per 90 =e “ x Ve fe
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PRES FORE Rae ee ee ine mF CHATEAU LA TOUR BLANCHE SAUTERNE per bet SR NS 3 fy hada mad
P 3 BEAUJOLAIS yer bottle 3.6! , % ~ 1a’ ghun =
! Hvis REIARD CHATEAU AUF DU PAPE ont 4 IR i+ your fully remedy for ane re oe — ie
i LOUIS ESCHENAUER GRAVES per bottle s * cough that you cé ‘ , ais (asst % ‘ ; ~H
5 i i N WHISKY er bottle 5.00 : er eoaas $ It's my First-Aid Kit $
oe eee ee | LIFTLEMOOR SCOTCH WHISKY per bottle 3.60 |IIR SHH ttle ba “gyn as i
| oe “2. | |) FERROL COMPOUND ee > |
SORDON'S GIN : per 4 bottle = 1.80 “11/8 bruises etc., and es a
| GEORGE SAHELY & Co. |} iit. ee ae He | fete
sv apy ain a i % ee ; %
COINTREAU .........--+ Loi -.... per bottle 6.00 |}| “Phe Tonic Cough Mixture that % ee ei cs }
er bottle 6.50 | i's ; ” NEVER BE WITHOUT MAGI HEALING OLL
19 Swan Street Te rea tahihns JEAUNE eae bottie i \s builds as it heals. 3
| ¥ pay CHARTEUSE |... per bottle 7.25 ° ORAL AE L A RRR LP LE ALE COO OE, 4) oterOOnOe ?,
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— Rooms with or without % We have Just Received fo Hh VA hla 3
SS SS SS oS private bath. % a Shipment of NN gD 8
w lise in Fish 8 \s “ 3
le specialise in Fis 8 Pr yn9 , ie: -< yf %
} Ss atid Lobster } g DRINKIN 3 fe | fr _ en x
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(To All Cash CUSTOMERS) From Monday 24th March—to—Saturday 29th March iS s :
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ENAMELLED PUDDING BASINS 18 cm. 64¢c. 56c. Nett | His ii ead 1 Glnsées :
do. ~ 16 cm. 50c. 40c. Neit ii W|§ Sherry a %
PRESSURE COOKERS $22.50 $20.00 Nett WIE see
ELECTRIC IRONS $5.00 $4.00 Nett : Pony Whiskey :
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= aanie
The Lives Of Harry Lime B.G. Waterfront |
° : °
Strike Continues TOP SCORERS AT THE t "“Yes—usually Rice's
@ From Page 1! us this news You had no idea as I crouched there in the gloom, |)
where to find us cradling her head in my fur-clad {Fre Our Own Correspondent } on Bolton cane

that one night when the air wa I do not know ... I heard it in arms GEORGETOWN, B.G., Mar. 22 | |

naan oat ar oe = at oa co a oo po Fae = I REELED PR. waeenens sre ee INTERSCHOOL SPORTS C °

: \ ynze horses 1e ” ay as worke have QU: aything
tire stars The Germans could de- The Horses moved . ramee worblgndse pre-striian : <—

i council. “It is Stroy my home, but they could not 4 . condition As a result all was 2 a 9 need L ”
af no + itinue, my friends,” Kill my faith. Even as I fled BUT, as Graznov - pproached, liet all along the mile-long Che ob e School : = i
he told us, “Our supplies are low, Stalingrad I knew you had found she raised herself. She cried joy- z - wt tt “¢ * b sen sown hl :

Unless we start back for civilisa- the answer to the legend. May I full) “Th horses, look: In the in aa fort 7 4 id ie ith
toamc a. ' a ‘ver look upon the wonderful horse bream of "1 yen! Look, they |Making an effort to load or un-|j/ =
eae rt ae ee: Dave Gr eect een wee are } comping to life 3 3 load the five vessels in port 1} the Shirt

“Doe mean the expedition “Yes, little |Sonia,” he said i a nent my mind -eeled Puntmen Ro en es who }} ; ,
as fail Jagger?” gently “You shall see your leg- f these ho wer: m g | were out during the past six Cays}/ + :
ee "Hay W e shall return ¢md come true.” They moving toward us |already, are affecting sugar pro- TOP SCORERS IN ed ee an
j “ ec » -stablis We lift Sonia out of th way | duction as one estate held up eas
ane for ote vo aa We wotked like devils though just in tire as th ’ crushed to he grinding due to con estion in the pl ng “ ’

ame * now I knew we had all eternity f{55.r, The bomb had jarred then factory The Demerara Count 2 :. ,
” All the same, it was a sad leave- to finish our work, What would je ie, One Nazi bomb had ended Estates cis, pees and Lighters | f al oring | Th Hele
taking the scientists of the future think the waiting of 10,009 years! for transporting suger to ose | e
“iar orie thet as silent as When they founc our remains Sonia whispered raptly: “They going chins Pins t of Grora 7 ‘
ain ry Re ia a ~——o nas the pe of iy pee. Age? Or li, at tavaem ee cunt you h at oo ships inthe port of oe e | by Eldonia in fine
go—satis that it had helpe would we be urable? Then! them? Russia's enemy is destroy- eC S IV GS ( o } :
Greer a Steere wae Ber . had no more time for guessing od The horse of bronze are gal- equenaenaiee © . affei 0., | leather—clip fastening.
be heard but the crunching of the peeies. Ee a the last oer W@ loning to victory!” Then her hea |
co ata os , removed, and we were about to ¢.1) back. She was dead ‘ .
ry ee aie lower Sonia into the ancient room, ‘ % eee i he W eather ' The Slacks
Seiten. camp. war oeaas upon a Wwe heard the sound of aircraft Ne left Sonia with the hor iH t ‘
human being half-buried in the @ngines. A plane was swooping © bronze. entombed for ever. We YESTERDAY | by Rice’ s in tail-
' drift. fae, on us like a vulture—and it car- had just finished the lest cf our Rainiall trom Codr: .gten: il |
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Sonia was dying ¢ world became a phantasma- eal thd Been ken’ ie cot ee . |
“Why, /it's a woman!” I ex- goria of noise and flying frag a et hath - iain Heeoleds Sor Cente’ belies ott Woollen Hose by
claimed, in credulously, “Sonia ments, With Sonia in my arms ! 4,4 very day one of their bom*s ate . } Morley—short,
Vatsova!” as flung into the stable of the yaq caused the bronze horses to Barometer (9 am.) 29.977 ;
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3ut, Sonia,” I said. “Why are jov! Sonia’s been hurt. Help me werture that made a crook into an | ay ete ae er Fe | ‘
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ESTABLISHED 185 BARBADOS MARi 19.52 FUTURE OF W.I. LIfcS IN FAMILY LIFE Social Welfare Conference Ends TllK tc nfa cww "i Social W< Ifarc %  %  :. %  > the Development and Welfare I at Hasting! HOUM last M< Mi Dora bberson C.B.1 Delegates (Uscuaaed tin many fl< welfare worker can contribute to community. Emphasis throughout the < the need for men < contribution, Individually and collectively. meni vt their hvmr Hand: id* both metei The guest speaker was Mi W H. Chlnn. Sorlal Wei! re Ad to the Secretary Of St.% %  I Colonies Others wh<< included Mi P M Sh-ri • head of the n mem i.t ii"' Unlvei ttty 4 I u* the Wan loessa, IM dent tutors from Barbadi iah Guiana, tfif Leeward I Trinidad, and the Wind.' Islands. the pOnunLnlODei "( out Ihe Montsenat Mr Cstarieaworl %  : %  1 K1 bitten D1 lliimfrrails An cxh'blti m of i i %  with It* :i %  mdard by corn ted with am signs. • %  Ml AnI %  I %  Ross; Mr. Ralph ScarfalL Weifare Officer of the British Guiana Sugar Producer*' \ Mr. Ben Scaly. Welfan Caroni Ltd., Trinidad, and two from Bntish Guiana. l] Advisers of the Dcclopment and Welfare Organization spoke in the course of the conference Home and Family The conference called for .1 new emphasi* on the building up of family life. Upon this parental responsibility and solicitude fin the material and moral conditi<*is of children tested the DltUPl welfare of the w. peoples The training of women Was of special importance Probation The conference noted with satisfaction the expansion of the u \ wnc fl im Tnni probation system and racom,, ld rolkmended its adoption in all terri|Uu :ifl(t ]._.,]],. toric*. Mr chlnn pointed out ,.,.,.. that probation, properlj admin,, r ., isteted. was an economy. In. British much a* it settled man. trivial council cases out <* Lourt nd also. MVgivcn d n aM ings Hou ed the rust of maintaining otlcndMr Vmin remaining in Baren. in prisons or biittbiuons. Ho tedo, untu Thursday JTUi felt that m atraosl averj Wa Indian tcrntc.,. ; %  5* %  " ;i MB-ttaM prof... omcer will addrrsv. -mn a! Community Development air. p.m .11 ihe VM
respective islands meet together, movt writ) aacfa 1 -ft to know eeeh other" Wall lajjaalni Com I Ibsrt. to (lie organlsqrs Id rii. %  %  %  Oiler Mr. nlsfng (he *ri gemanU DM tin %  ••ris of scouts ; %  %  i All .amp offlc%  M Tlie varU %  eat 100a %  made it .1 pOtud Of < wyoody %  •' !!' %  • tit Mllltari %  %  nrranseTrade Courst %  fl Major that the presence %  Bajraachr v DBaBHsSft) UM Bi ith CatlSsM in Denis Atkinson Returns Home %  1 %  roughly 1.200 In 1 1 .1 ihe] wen I nto 1 Ighi ub. .. '.'. iW M oQ U 1 .dors. BamhiMi %  %  MH DENIS ATKINS.. Ls£ to IIU£ Cricket team which toured Au.struhii. ai: %  .>mf<>i table. Camp morning by B.W.I.A. from Trinidad where hi for the niuhi after havinu travelled out on t>-.< lUngltoto. %  "' % %  < %  la J-maica in.... . ..." 11 .4i.il IHI.IH. kFi.-Wn> <•! nnJ At the airport to meet him were Mr. John tloddard. Captain of Ihe West [Bdlal team. Mr. J. M. Kidney. Junior Vice-President of the Barbados Cricket Association, Dr. A L Goddard, Mr. Charlie pelrcc. Mr. and Mrs. Bruce Goddard and family and member* of the Atkinson family. Looking (It and Jovial as ever. Denis said that he had a good tour and was glad to be back home. As far as the cricket was concerned he said it was hard and added thai he thought their defeat was due to batting and poor fielding Asked about the trip back home he said that It was the best part of the tour. It was very pleasant, everyone was nice \t them and thev had lots of fun Coast Guard Rescue Eight MIAMI, Florida. Mai. 22 Eiflht crewmen were n.insfeired from a sinking motor vessel to a Coast Guard rescue craft 30 mile-Northeast of Havana. The 33-foot rescue boat advised the U.S. Coast Guard rescue centre here that Motor Vessel 643, a converted wnrtime landing craft loaded with deck machinery, wu "half sunk". The Coast Guard said the men larentlv are all In good con1. Five boats and a patrol had searched for Ihe cripici — f.r. 1)1. M\TKINSO\ (HE plane pled last .\irfor<'s Flv 5,710 Sorties TOKYO. Man h United States Sabn da 4 thundering itognghr week thot down nine bably 12 CoOmui) HJ.0 lost none in air 1 I air Ughtitit according to Kai East Al However the;. wing pounced on a flight nt F51 propellor dnven Mustangs and destroycf Ibe K L M. plant"Qua*' Juliana" near Frai.Kfur: 1 %  ON OTHER PAGES Page 2 I'arihhfstn t allinc 3 At Thr Cinema: Farm and (iarden; OjawtSlIng Minis 4 Racine Natal] %  *••lichlH on Sport; T*We TennU 5 etui<>n swimmlni: AaMftM tVeichlllflinr t S" tag Ctreta] cokiiu. Vour Baby and You T The Idral Home (.11 (i • Nates Mltorialv siillns on the I'rnie; 1 • her-. 1 11 1 Idlni \ Ni t 1* ri IS I.DTJ) N MII Thr lira nt lltrr l.lmr luded hi hat and Kits, and man other v Men helped to conlrlbuta u> the comfort of latBasins, : Rat plat from batnt A foatli t in O nti-ast I 1 1929 Jamhoie,. was that on that 1. %  1 .-. h 1 1 1 am ami mud whei the present lour. the. a was much heal -uid dual which made it 1 tha 'arnpers. although 1 "i deli acting in any way from %  > inent. • 1 tout u( the country 1 M % %  % %  % %  -,:] 1 • nintry thought ; ': an intry. 1 A laature of the .i-mboree on 'htch the Major *poc with treat nthusia*!'. rcoided the Barbados OH %  uly those families In wh-n btlto t ad before id aflar UsSsr encampmei Id '"the 1 1 a <>n Pag M Ceylon Prime Minister Dies After Illness Svnanayke was n H I M .1 V %  NSW HH'B "*TORI:V BUH'KH "f II.I. tn <\.rt. .rr Imlll \o hnu.r pruplr ttliu losl Ih.n hom<-. rii* k Ihilirr 1 it: i.w mil 1 Poll.91 MEETING OF HOUSING BOARD ENDS SUDDENLY MOTVLtA WALKS OUT S CLEAR RACECOURSE M MCtetf r.ctgser* "Wlied Iy 1 II vl.mi.l; >ckd asi •ana M*h >lu •>f Hi' mo>t hart lr ; ... Union Opens On Tuesday The course for Trade t'nlon iffM : u:ll inan . Ti n*i bcturcr , Up She, lock, V: 1 l*rineipa! of the CoUeae of • %  %  IT .in Jan neii. V\ lio g 11 I 1 of DM Caru'I'llK iiu'etlrii: <>f tl i' %  ;newt)"r'u ho form* Board Vestry Make Scholarship Award \\ .Europe Can Defend Itself: Ike May Leave —GRUENTHERIrnde union %  a AT the come sp. %  1 Parry-l Ed' 1 %  nil iJiat all Diiiig< IN1 service '• %  H A Tudo M ,-. i %  %  1 Only era weal K bed during hoapjt .1 in and .. nw M to England %  *a r'her strong an,\ %  oamniec Hopes Dashed %  %  ung haavj ovat CaJaaahB gave %  1 (hat he %  %  era hum %  %  %  %  • R %  f>: |'.p E. Gieavi \ii %  %  Mi exi %  Km nunended by Mr. a a 11 rhe v. %  Roll %  %  %  1 1' • %  %  dyne 46, was a rncMCngci 1 • Planning Offlei 1 %  Ii %  The students are m*tU full. drawn from w All tiie %  ..ii ha Btvan at the V.M.C.A artH re 1 Jiving. Ihe twelve watka* eoum %  i .. wide Held of subru %  IhanM "f trada mior 1 lions and Industrial rclaiions. The opening sesa t.. ba hah m Tuesday. 25th March, is th Tiiv on.* which will iopan %  aa public %  l %  the Hi ir %  %  %  1 v I %  • I mtli ually and %  M .... degree of suc1 r VIK I'N tMESE ItOUT R£D9 la strong 1 ieix'1 attack launched Union outpost '" %  %  %  nan base Hue Ii %  mam on -.1 rch 1* be % %  mobile French I ."i outthan 100 kilieii I which %  %  %  %  —U.F. Dispute Discussed CAIRO. N Sir It.ilph S U Egyptian prtma Mini Faaha at his residence today for talks on the Anglo-Egyptian dispute. rorelan laaniatei AI-I. 1 KI slab Hassona Pasha and Ami Pasha Egypt's Ambassador to Indon who was recalled by the formei Wafdist government VM U Minister —I'.F. I %  1 as and soot %  th 22. ailed on m Mi I., I. %  %  %  h-mses htl job, he 1 Tornadoes Sweep U.S.: 160 Dead LITTLE ROCK. Arkansas. March 22 A SQAUD of killer torniidoes -running "lorn to iix cpt thrnufth at least four Southern States and left mine than 160 persons dead, hundreds Injun • incalculable property damage. ; U %  tad 161 1 tl %  killed : HO in Aik-i in Missouri and 9 in Mississippi. GRENADA WANTS S3 MILLION LOAN %  %  A On pass %  Praedlal Imrceaj QRIMAl Legislature tl 1 %  'h,. rnasimuan An %  creates a fui %  ived iiastei ih> %  %  ment ORINAOA, -: A motion was passed by Ui 1 <'K Mature yseaaraay, 1 : %  1 Adam abstaining from advising I Arundell to boost the million and a hall dollar loan already sought lad th* seern was the posning slbla dlffleully involved in rsis. %  urb ing the loan and %  aquae) %  Hoi it K The Weather Bureau said the listers began a devastat. %  'eep In Smith. vest-in Arkansas % %  I DonUnuad avsstward Into Tennessre then Mississippi and tl %  ight swirl into Northern Tennessee and Kentu ck y Some wiped oft the map" or •laid flat*" as the roaring winds chewed their way %  '• %  on rsstbound )oumev l.r %  1 Installed In the (act 11..ike %  ..HI..' 1 rnlrfletd of art aw.otn.g the raauli %  %  • ..f lh*ir willingness at „ evcf/thlng to r. IL. ,/. r Si*;!!!"!* oate Jam nuisances I UIH.t Ot