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The Barbados advocate

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The Barbados advocate
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ESTABLISHED 1895

02 PERSONS KIL

17 In San Juan Hospital:

39 Trapped On Ocean Bed



SAN JUAN, P.R., April 12.
UNITED STATES Coast Guard said to-day that there
is practically no hope of finding alive any of the 39 persons

missing in the Caribbean shark-filled. “Milwaukee deep”
after the crash of a Pan American Airliner full of»New
_York bound Easter vacationists that put the toll of dead
or presumed dead at 52.

Thirteen bodies were pickeq up

from the waters three miles out-

Bide of San Juan Harbour after |

the plane broke in two and sank
shortly before
Near, miracle saved 17 of the 69
aboard on this Good Friday flight
One of them was pilot Capt. John

C. Burn (33) husband of USS,
finger Jane Froman,
A similar crash when Burn

saved Miss Froman after landing
in the Tagus River, near Lisbon,
Portugal, nine years ago fostered
their romance and _ marriage.
Burns flight would have brought
him home for a_ wedding anni-
versary celebration to-day. ¥:

His wife arrived in Puerto fico
by air at 5.45 a.m. to-day from
New York and sped over rain
flicked streets to the hospital bed-
side of her husband.

In addition to Burn there are 16
survivors among the 69 passengers
and crew. It is feared that 39
missing bodies were trapped in
the wreckage 3,000 feet down on
the ocean bed.

Miss Froman’s face was tense
and drawn with worry as she
Janded at the airport on a Pan
American plane, She went im-
mediately to the Presbyterian
Hospital where Burn, the pilot of
the airliner which crasheq five
miles off this island yesterday
was suffering from shock and ex-
posure.

The bodies of a number of vic-

noon yesterday. |

Tran Must —
Tighten Belt

TEHRAN, April 12.
Tran’s Prémier Mohammed Mos-
sadegh warned 61 Majlis delegates

jthat Iran must tighten her belt

if she is to emerge successfully
from the economic “Quagmire”
he said Britain placed her in fol-
lowing nationalization of oil.

Mossadegh admitted he made,a
mistake in believing that Iran
couié@ easily sell her oil after tak-
ing over huge installations of the
Anglo-Iranian Oil Company, He
said he had counted on Britain’s
need for Iranian oil for resale for
doliars, but U.S, aid to Britain had
foiled this expectation,

Mossadegh added that Britain
had alsc prevented contracts sign-
ed with foreign oil purchasers
from being implemented which
heightened the économic crisis,
He asked Deputies who had as-
sembled at his house to co-
operate with Government plans to
balance the budget and to cut
unnecessary expenditures, He add-
ed that if necessary Government
employees who have the means to
do so must be ready to forego
their salaries, Mossadegh said
heavy direct taxation would be



tims most of whom were Puerto;0ne of the best means of obviating
Ricans and Cubans were in two,Iran’s economic troubles,

funeral homes in down-town San —U.P.



Juan, The coast guard cutter
Bramble continued the search of
the area for other bodies but

reported early to-day that it had}

sighted none,

Coast Guard and airline officials
were to decide to-day whether to
try to raise the sunken plane. If
it proves impossible, as. most ob-
servers feel it will bé*the wreck-
age will become the tomb of the
missing passengers.

One New York city family was
wiped oyt by the crash, Pedro
Brignonj 45, died along with his
wife and their five children rang-
ing in ages from 2 to 14 years. One
survivor said the plane seemed to
break in two when it hit the sea.

—CP) & U.P.



LIGHTSHIP CHANGED

The Demerara lightship, which
was stationed off the entrance oi
the Demerara River, has been
withdrawn from her station to be

replaced by the motor vessel
Barima.
The Barima, a black painted

ship with white superstructure,
300 candle power by night which
is visible for about 10 miles. A
caries an all round white light of
blue flag is hoisted on her mast-
head during the day.

Trade Union
Situation In
Jamaica Ursettled

From Our Own Correspondent
The break between the T/U.C.

unsettled trade union situation in
Jamaica since 1938, when Mr.
Bustamante led thousands of
workers on marohing and rioting
throughout the island.

In the union field at present are
the B.LT.U,, the T.U.C, and its
two splinter union organisations,
the N.L.C. and the N.W.U., the
latter recently formed: by the
P.N.P. to take the place of the
T.U.C. as its left wing organisa-
tion. Also vying for the support
of workers are the United Port
Workers Union, and several other
minor unions, one recently
formed among subordinate work-
ers of the Government, who were
previously affiliated to the T.U.C,

As a result the Government's
Labour Department is being kept

busy in various industries
throughout the island arranging
polls to settle representational



union disputes which feature the
unsettled conditions.



DRILLING FOR OIL

and P.N.P has led to the most |

Keep Death
Off The
Roads

The Police have been active
during the present holiday season
in tryingf to make the public rea-
lise that it is within their province
to keep death off the roads.

A programme was staged at Six
Cross Roads, St. Philip, during
the week and the Police Band
and the Mobile Cinema contribut-
ed. Capt. E. B. Grant, Superin-
tendent, spoke to the gathering
inviting them to exercise care
whjle walking and driving on the
roads during the Easter Season,

The Barbados Automobile As-
sociation has already done some
good work in pointing out to
drivers of vehicles the causes of
some of the accidents.

The Advocate has never ceased
to carry a campaign against care-
jess and reckless driving and to
enjoin motorists to exercise skill
and judgment in handling their
vehicles so as to avoid accidents.

TOMORROW is Easter Bank
Holiday and there will be pienic
parties in the country and after-
noon rides,

With the increased number of
vehicles on the roads there is need
for greater caution in the use of
the roads.

Many of the accidents could be
avoided with a little more consid-
eration for other users of the
roads. Lack of courtesy and
proper road sense are responsible
for the majority of these acci-

dents. 4

Irresponsible pedestrians too
court danger when they walk
aimlessly and diagonally across

the road or cross vehicles at the
major road or lay on the side of
the road.

The problem of hurrying has
been settled by the Japanese who
asks what is to be done with the
two minutes saved by driving at
excessive speeds.

The local problem can be solved
too if many remember that
many a driver has hurried to his
own funeral. It happened two
weeks ago,

A little care exercised tomorrow
might save a life and avoid extra
work for the Police and Hospital.
eee and possibly the Cemetery
staff.



STALIN IS IN
GOOD HEALTH

LONDON, April 12.
Premier Stalin is in good health
according to an Indian Diplomat
who saw him only a week ago. Sir
Sarvepalli Radhakrishnan retiring
Indian Ambassador to Moscow
was asked at London Airport to-
day whether Soviet Dictator was
a “sick man’, “He is not’? Sir. Sar-
vepalli snapped. The Ambassador
is enroute to Bombay for consul-
tations. He denied a report that
he is mediating problems between
Russia and the West,
—U-P.



PORTABLE DRILLING RIG in operation in St Thomas, Holes of about 260 ft. deep are drilled
with this machine, (Story on page 9.)

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LORD MUNSTER, Parliamentary Under-Secretary of State for the

Colonies steps off the B.W.I.A. ’



at Se@well on Friday. He is

on a familiarisation tour of some the territories in this area and
expects to remain in Barbados for oné week.



Command

Press.
here that he has resigned as North Atlantic Sup

Ike Resigns

North Atlantic ,




z 2 ai a
GENERAL FISENHOWBR Ae ma ana

om-

mander, effective June 1, because pressure of polities at
home was preventing him from carrying out his Military

Job here fully.

He said he would not actively campaign

for the United States Presidency until and unless he is

oe by the Republican National Convention on
uly 4, .





R.E.C. Protest

He emphasized that he still had
not resigned his United States
Army Commission as a Five Star
General and therefore did not
feel free to discuss political
issues at this time, But he said
that if he was nominated by the
Republican Convention “I would
then immediately submit my
resignation.” “I should then be

To C.N.S.
Demanded

sidered virtually certain.

yne “1 | Japan Plans



Lord Munster Arrives

Here : Will Stay A Week

THE RT. HON. The Earl of Munster, Parliamentary



“Tunisian
Cabinet
Formed

TUNIS, April. 12.

Tunisian’ Premier Salah El
Dine Baccouche today presented
tjs new seven-man Cabinet to the
Bey of Tunis and promised to re+«
store peace and harmony” to the
troubled Protectorate. The cere-
mony at the Bey’s Carthage Pal-
ace twenty miles north of here
ended. 16 days of uncertainty
which followed French arrgst of
the previous Premier and “other
anti-French members of his Gov-
ernment

“IT want to consecrate my first
efforts to the task of restoring
peace and harmony to ghe coun-
try” Baccouche said in the course
of a long address in which he out-
lined the most pressing problems
facing the protectorate following

two months of violence over
Selfgovernment which cost 100
lives.

The Premier’s speech made no

‘mention of Tunisia’s attempt to

bring their case for independence
before the United Nations Securi-
ty Council. The French plainly ex-
pected withdrawal of the attempt
to be one of the first actions of the
new Government.

Baccouhe’s long delay in pre-
senting his Cabinet was believed

—jin some informed quarters to be

an attempt to stall for time while
the issue came up before the
Security Council. But two days
ago the Security Council deferred
final decision on whether it would
consider the Tunisian question
and eventual rejection was con-
—UP,



Trade Pact .
With Chile

TOKYO, April 12.

Negotiations on Japan's first
formal potswar trade agreement
with Chile are scheduled to start
early next month according to
Japanese Trade ‘Ministry spokes-
man, They will be initiated by
the staff of the Legation which
Japan plans to establish in San-
tiago. Members of that staff still

to be selected are tentatively
scheduled to leave. Japan for
Chile late this month,

The Japanese Foreign Office is
scheduled to begin conferences
with the Trade Ministry next

GEORGETOWN, April 12. | free to speak and act without any}Tuesday to fix policy for the
British Guiana’s representa- limitation customarily imposed talks, Pending the outcome of
tive on the Regional Economic by the Defence Department.” those conferences, no definite
Committee for the Caribbean The General. brushed ears {Statements can be expected ot

called on the Chairman to
make a strong protest against
the Canadian National Steam-
ships withdrawal of the steam-
ers Lady Nelson and Lady
Rodney from their West In-
dian itinerary without further
consultation with West Indian

from his eyes with his handker-
chief‘afler he told the top Mili-
tary Men in. Europe that he was
giving up his job as Supreme
Commander and going home.

Breaks News

Governments.. They asked for Associates said the General
reconsideration of the matter. broke the news to his. Brother
UP, Officers yesterday some eight

jhours before Truman made the



First To Load Sugar
At Speightstown |°!
Since Crop Began -

The Nourse liner Marajata will
be calling at Speightstown to-day
to load sugar for the U.K.
will be the first sugar ship to load
sugar at Speightstown

crop

Arriving in Carlisle Bay yester- | ing
day afternoon, the Marajata wilt}

formal announcement that EBisen-
hower had asked to be relieved
of his command.

Brig.-General Anthony J. Drex-
Biddle, Junior, described the
scene yesterday when Eisenhower
strode into the conference room,
filled with some 70 top officers of
N.A.T.O. powers here for “Paper
War” exercise.



She
, Britain's unemotional Field Mar-
since the
began.

the war. threw his
around Eisenhower and the

lay.at anchor in the Bay until the
l6cal pilot takes her on to
Speightstown.

Lighters from Bridgetown,

men hugged one ‘another.
Biddle said “it was
such as

a seene| Weighed 500,000
I have never witnessed| that the yield per acre was very

Messrs R. & G. Challenor’s barges
and schooners will take off the/
sugar to the ship from the four
jetties at Speightstown, Sixmen’s
and Shermans.

The calling of the Marajata at
Speightstown will relieve consid-
crably the congestion in the sugar
bonds of the town.
clerk said last week that if a ship

eye in the house,”
- UP.



On Other Pages

Page 2 Carib Calling
» 3 Cinema; Gardening

A shipping Hints; Farm and

; Garden
did not soon call, the bonds would 7
be all filled up and the sugar from » 4 panes Sidelights
the leeward parishes factories R port; Football
would have to be stored in Bridge- 5 Chee
town. Men who work with the en es:
shipping of sugar at Speightstown : ;
were long Jooking forward to a Weightlifting

ship salling there.
is consigned te Messrs, Da Costa
& Co., Ltd.

4 Jets Shot Down

FIFTH AIRFORCE, H.Q.,

Fifth Airforce
States F.86 Sabre jets shot down}

6 Sewing Circle;
What's Cooking In
The Kitchen; Mrs.
Clarke's Column.

7 News For Women;
Your Baby And You

8 Editorials; Sitting

| On The Fence; Yes!

Korea |} We Tried Out Ban-

5 anas

said Pees » § Seismic Exploration

. one And Barbados

16 T’dad Races; WI.

The Marajata} ”



the Japanese attitude at the ne-
gotiations.

However a Trade Ministry
spokesman admitted Japan could}
be expected to press for more,
Japanese exports to Chile. Inj
1951, 40 per cent of Japanese
sales to Chile consisted of ma-
chinery, 25 per cent of textiles
and another 20 per cent of sun-
dries, —UP.



Cotton Crop In
Montserrat Is
Promising

Montserrat has just planted a
promising cotton crop which

“Eisenhower told them he was] Should be as good as that of pre-
leaving. There was silence. Then} Vious years if nothing unforeseen

happens, Mr. W. E. Bassett, the

shalt Montgomery famed for his| colony's Agricultural Superintend-
coldly calcuiated campaigns dur.|@nt told the Advocate yesterday
arms| Shortly after his arrival by
two} Lady Rodney.

the

He said that last year’s crop
lbg., and added

insmy life. There wasn’t a dry | good, but the acreage was rather

below the average.

Mr. Bassett is spending a short
holiday in Barbados prior to leay-
ing on April 22 by the Willemstad
for England where he will spend
his six months’ leave,

He said that Montserrat is
#radually rebuilding her ‘export
trade of tomatoes to Cana@a and
the West Indies which had stopped
during the war on account of cold
storage transport difficulties.

They have just finished the to-
mato season which was an aver-
age one and hope to start the next
one in December.

Norwegian Ships



| A Week Overdive

SAINT JOHN’S, Newfoundland,
April 12.
Mystery shrouded the fate of
five Norwegian sealing ships and
their 100 crewmen, more than a
week overdue in the Arctic Ocean,
United States and Canadian air-

Tour Russian built MIG 15’s prob- | ig Mawes forces both planned searches but
ibly destroyed two and damaged} » 11 Quiz-Crossword; their planes were hampered by|
‘even this week without losing a Book Review: Pic- bad flying-weather and a_ thick

glane to Red jets in a week of |
dad weather which trimmed aerial |
battles to three. P

ture Drawing
» 12 The Lives Of Harry



~

blanket of fog.

A US, airforce rescue service

c Lime PTine based at Reyknavik Iceland

The Airforce said only three ai: » 13 Comic Strips yesterday flew over the waters |
duels were fought during the » 165 Church Services; between Newfoundland and Ice-;
seven day period ending Friday Scout Notes, land where the sealers were last}
midnight and all of the swirling » 16 Local News: The reported, but sighted nothing.|
satties eccurred on one day—| Gelden Fileece;; United States Airforce said the |
Sunday. A total of 12 Allied air-/ Table Tennis search was being carried out in
craft. were lost over the same the form of expanding square |
period.—U.P, ] —UP. ‘

Under-Secretary of State for the

Olonies, arrived here on

Friday evening from Jamaica by B,W,I.A. accompanied
by his Private Secretary, Mr. E. M. West, of the Colonial
Office.

Lord Munster is on a short familiarisation tour to
some of the territories in the Caribbean. He has already
visited the Bahamas and Jamaica. He will be in Barbados

for one week and will then
and Antigua.



THE TAMER ...
AND THE LIONS

New YORK, April 12.

Most of the audience at
Ringling Bros. and Barnum
and Bailey’s Circus last night
apparently thought it was all
part of an act when lion tamer
Oscar Konyot was attacked
by_two of his “pets”.

Konyot who had bits of flesh
torn from his left side and
from his arms, however, said
that this is the first time one
or more of the big cats has at-
tacked him.

The 45_year-old trainer had
just put his eight lions through
their paces when one of them
swiped him with its paw and
knocked him to the ground.
Before Konyot could recover
his footing, a second cat
leaped on top of him.

The tamer who uses neither
whip, pistol nor chair in his
act, fought the lions off with
his hands and finished the act.

He then rushed to the hos-
pital where his wounds wore
Stitched. He is expected to re-
sume his act to-day.

UP.

TRUCE TALKS
LAST ONE
MINUTE

MUNSAN, Korea, April 12.



visit British Guiana, Trinidad

B.W.I1.A.’s “R.M.A, Jamaica”
bringing Lord Munster touched
down at Seawell at 5.50 on Friday
afternoon, At the airport to meet
him were His Excellency the Gov-
ernor accompanied by his A.D.C,
Maj. Dennis Vaughan; Sir George
Seel, Head of Development and
Welfare and Mr, J. Perey Taylor,
Branch Manager, B.W.LA,.

Major Vaug met the Earl at
the ‘plane and escorted him to
the Governor who was about 15
yards away from the parking
apron in the company of Sir
George and Mr. Taylor.

Entry formalities were quickly
attended to and in a matter of
minutes Lord Munster was on
his way to Government House,
where he will stay until April
15th. For the remainder of his
stay he will be the guest of Sir
George and Lady Seel.

Pleasant Trip

Lord Munster who said he had
had a pleasant trip down, is
on a short visit to the area to ac-
quaint himself at first hand with
local conditions, Parliament and
other business make it necessary
for him to restrict his absence from
the U.K. to two months, so on
this occasion he is unable to visit
all of the colonies in this area.
Lord Munster has special respon-
sibilities in the Colonial Office
for West Indian
matters,

Born in February 1906, Lord
Munster is the only son of the
late Mayor the Hon, Harold E.
FitzClarence, He was educated at
Charterhouse and was married

and Caribbean

United Natiohs and Communist{in 1928 to Hilary, only daughter

yee mn iators
the merest flicker of motions Sat-
urday, each waiting for the other

‘to suggest the compromise they]

have got to give said Major Gen-
eral William K. Harrison, United
Nations sub-delegate.
Communists showed no sign of
yielding at each of the seven brief
sessions this week, They suggest-
ed a recess unless the U.N, Com-
mand had something to propose.
Saturday's meeting took only one
minute the shortest this week. To-
tul time for seven sessions is 33
minutes, they would have taken
less time if the Generals didn’t
have to wait for translations.
—CP.

FALSE ALARM

LONDON, April 12
Jangling Burglar Alarm attach-
ed to “hallowed” stone of scone
drew a cordon of-Scotland Yard
police around Westminster Abbey
last night. Alarm was caused by
a short circuit,
—OP.



went through | of meth Wilson of Cannizaro,

‘Wimbledon.

From 1932 to ’38 he was Lord-
in-Waiting to the late King and
from '43 to '44 he was Parliament-
ary Under-Secretary of State for
India and Burma. The Earl was
Paymaster General in Chamber-
lain's Government from 1938 to
January the following year, He was
then appointed Under-Secretary
for War, resigning from this post
in September, 1939, to join the
forces From 1939 to ‘41 he was
A.D.C, and Military Assistant to
| Lord Gort, In Churchill's coalition
government he was Under-Secre-
tary of state at the Home Office
from 1944 to ‘45.

—omeaiion

A man of great energy ana drive
Lord Tfunster has been a promi-
‘pent figure for many years in the
House of Lords where he has
taken keen interest in such mat-
fers as Tiousing and child welfare.
\ Lord Munster will hold a press
| conference at Government House
on Tuesday, April 15 at 3.30 p.m.





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THE

KEY

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EASTLEY, recently appoint- : ETURNING to Bemiaics oo oO uit Ou

or the Wedding Veil | re eR ed A.D.C. to His Excellency the Friday morning by

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rhe . : § , Governor of Trinidad, left for Airways was Hon. H. D. Shilling 7 ; E =e
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got every thing! accompanied by Mrs, Eastley, nomic Committee Meeting. it’s to be. our che@ice should be
.

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by the S.S. Colombie, ’ season of the year, your church,

Also returning to Dominica bY and the mumber of Selma -,
the Colombie was Mr, St. George pejatives you wish to

aging Director of Messrs. James
A. Lynch and Co., Ltd. who has
gone upon a three-month business




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: : accountancy and will be articled chasing mission for the Govern~ i formal. Club or home weet
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: all variations of these types. Ther

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wan Soine'st the Marine Hotel ®re varias degrees of formality
while Mr. Cooper was at Silver @nd a large wedding ceremony
Beach Guest House. need not be followed by a huge

reception z a ,
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. rs ur bridesmaids
R. & MRS. RALPH HUNTE ing one maida of honeas
who have been residing im wish. You may have both 4 maid
Trinidad for the past veer @Fe and a matron of :

Lenden; Mrs. Vietor Lewis of &
Worthing who has gone to join ©
her husband, a law student at
Lincoln's Inn; Mr. Ashley Phillips
of the Royal Bank of Canada and |
Mrs. Phillips who are on holiday; |
Mr. S. E. Martin, owner of Heyles
Book Shop, Southampton, his wife ‘

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£0 RAS " ae k ; f ¥ | who is on six months’ leave. He ACK in Barbados an one of his “We Hunte who is Manager of ™®8Y serve as maid. The brides.
NORMAN KRASNA stb Bae: | Sa TONY JANET spent about three weeks here routine visits is Mr, F, Maur- the Port-of-Spain Senate - Sp maids should include the sisters
present ‘ @) * MARTIN LEIGH staying with his aunts Mrs. F. M. ioe McGregor, Operations Man- quctria) Agencies Ltd, and Tri- ©f the groom. Young Zirls from
y year | FR GLORIA D |Rock and Miss M. Chabral of Bay agey, Overseas Services of Trans nidad Oilfield Services Ltd. said eleven to mid-teens may serve as
W/ : | Pa eHAVEN Street? Canada-Airlines. He arrived last that his visit is one of business Junior bridesmaids. Flower girls
m ee EDDIE BRACKEN 's Wif week by T.C.A. for a short visit ‘coupled with pleasure. should be between the age. of
Die U.S. Consul’s Wife and is staying at the Ocean View For Easter Holidays four and eight to be most effec.
» oo, _ANN MILLER RS. H. 0, KAMSEY from Hotel RRIVING on Friday by the “Measure Your Financial
i 5 3 tas ie BARBARA Lawerect Copenhagen, Denmark, ar- Divisional Manager Returns S.S. Folke Bernadotte fram Obligations
dh SW. 08 CROSBY « THE CHARLIVELS rived here yesterday morning by Martinique for the Easter hali- : e Sbilities th
. : . jthe Lady Redmey from Boston R. H. L. N, ASCOUGH, Di+ days were Mr. and Mrs. Steve _ Listed as “responsibilities that
co-starring ; |afver paving travelled cut to Eng- visional Manager Cable and Carney. belong to you and your family
i MONDAY'S SPECIAL ‘land and the U.S.A. She has 20W ‘Wireless (WL) Lid, who hid Mr. Carney is American Vice- are your wedding ensemble, the
CHARLES LAUGHTON JQAN BLONDELL- RICHARD CARLSON # AM & 1.30PM jcome re join her husband who is peen on a Phort hae to ares vn ‘ ea Serer Seen ee eer a ond
: an Amermwan Consul here stayi"8 Island returned via Jamaica © or Indefinite Stay announcer » i.
AGNES MOOREHEAD . OOW TAYLOR - AUDREY TOTTER +CHEROKEE UPRISING” “——o— a pel aaa a falas Friday evening by seen MONG the recent arrivals to ae eee eeequete
CYRIL CUSACK: EVERETT SLOANE - NATALIE WOOD ‘wip all te way down. She stop- Attended Daughter's =, the ‘island for a holiday was Day for them), gifts to bridal at-
i Wnaip WILSON ped of at the other islands and Weddin ine s yo on” a carmeee tendants and tokems to friends who
OPENING THURSDAY 17TH, 445 AND 8.36 P.M. - and - o St wae vary a. Nae AJOR AND MRS. DENIS British Guiana. ‘She te hans pan ay ere oe ee oe:
se eatareanareetie ramedinttenetinnards (ee we ANDRE passenj GAN who went to an indefinite pe staying with : ;
” are 2 round trip on the LENA . the clergyman’s fee. The bridal
ots g COWBOY CAVALIER MONDAY Special 1.36 we nebing Se a ana places Jamaica in early January to at ws s em eee. diner beleare (or after) reheatsal
VOW SHOWING AT THE LAW OF THE PANHA ship have a3) tend the wedding of their daugh- Maxwell, st Church, e : oo
F Jimmy WAKELY OF THE DUSK” (for them in Barbados to spend (2 )"\.chel and also for a holiday Intransit jeanne ee ee ee ee
EMPIRE 7 FE 4 FT. . a . : , Saas the same op- rowurnes frows Jameicn om Fenn ~~. the passengers arriv- the qreana'e family, if they are so
. ys . RE OE WEARS ATABERS WINste | portunity was Mr, Alan McFar- Feere Ser Se Whee ing bere on Friday from qisposed. Other obligations of the

Trinidad by the French s.s.

: . sman bride’ ily i 1 i of
| S@REE EME BEST FREM OF THE YE an jane a retireg busines: from For League Conference Gules tatranpit. far the: Vets oride’s family imeclude housing

out-of-tewn bridal attendants and

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daughter of Mrs. Beryl Clarke of Srivin who was for _ and of both families to and from
way to Barbados, Mrs. “Willsbury”’, Brittons Crom Road, ae ee ae tenn the chureh, wedding photoeraphs,
Ramsey stayed for a short while left by B.W.I. Airways on Nes* and Trinidad District of the #ifts to e bride an all recep-
Presents le-nite 8.30 & Continuing © Virginia with Mr, MeFarlane's day night last to attend the Meth- Methodist Chureh has nie’ eune tion expenses. oi:
amily odist Annual Girls’ League Con tg work in England, while Sister ex eek: “‘Set the e
® & 8.30 pP. see. fer en INDEFINITE BUN ther art by the Rodney ference. Watson, Senior Deaconess of the and Place” and “Concentrate

erday 1 1g included Mr. She will represent the Confer- Barbados and ‘Trinidad District on Invitations’*.
fer your EASTER CUDDLE Nathan Lane, @ retired Financial ence as a delegate from the Dal- has gone up on leave.

Charlottesville, Virginia, who has ted Kin : = 4

- ; ; “a ~ ; g2dom were Rev, and Mrs. ; i
“AP bee 83 o Hii |Sne ac evects of Mtr and Mrs. Mp “Qicews “College nnd 2me% Gtifin and Sister Majorie {Pansportation of the bridal party
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Aer Rae to vending two weeks at the Ocean expected to close tomorrow, Miss y gp GRENVILLE POMPEY, RRIVING here on Friday by
j Gayer than “Annie Get Your Hotel and Mr. and Mrs, Clarke will be spending a holi- British Guianese Civil Sex- AN top Geeie wenn bir oad
C ; day with Mr, and Mrs, Kenrick 7 ; Mrs. Hugh Hart of the U.S.A. who
p Gun"! More melody magic \Charles Cooper and their little of Woodbrook, Port-of. Yant attached to the Labour De- Mrs, ar S.A.
» 7 thon ™ ; - i hier, Derothy frem Mer- goain , partment, was intransit 01 Friday joined the ship at Jamaica and
ELIZABETH * , % | n “Ceruso"! Richer in tville, New Jersey. wh ate § f ‘ on the S'S. Colombie for Yngland. wil be spending a month’s holi-
' > ' romonce thon ™ ae staying as guests of Mr. and Mrs. ‘o ‘ e He is on six months’ leave dur- y. A F ;
TAYLOR ih Show Boat”! nae ees Ot To Reside Here ing which time he will take a | Mr. Hart is Fire Chief of the
| . | Christ Chureh. R. P, P, COLLINS, an Archi+ course in Economies at the ‘ondon U-S. Fire Brigade.
Mrs. Cooper is a Barbadian who tect of Trinidad who has School of Economics. Also arriving by the Colombie

has been living in the U.S.A. for just retired from business, arrive Other intransit passengers from Were Mrs. J. N. Smith of “Meiwi”,
many years while her husband, a ed in Barbados on Friday by the British Guiana ee the Colomie Brown’s Gap, Hastings, and Mrs.
} US. citizen, is paying his first visit Colombie to reside at his new on Friday on their way to India Campbell Stuart of Bank Hall who
}to the island. He is an engineer premises in Sandy Lane, St. via the United Kingdom were Mr. Spent six weeks im Trinidad. They
| working with George Young Co., James. He was accompanied by H, Harricharan, a student of East Went Gown for Carnival _ and
Heuling and Rigging Contractors his three children. Coast, Demerara, who has gone to stayed over for a further holiday.

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Screenplay by Michael Wilson and Harry Brown « Based on the novel AN AMIERICAR |RAGEON, nis wife and daughter will be re- Coll Mi teacher, attached to the’ Berbice HE HON’BLE T. A. MAR-
ty THEODORE DREISER ond the PATRICK «FANT pny adapted trom the novel. maining for about three months ollegé stress Educational Institute. He wil) RYSHOwW, eas. teely
. . j ¢ President of the rena we g1S<
; Theological Tutor EAVING for England on Fri- See mvietne at the Bombay lative Council, arrived in the

EV. B. N. Y. VAUGHAN, day by the SS. Colombie ° island, by B.W.1.A. from Gren-
R Theological Tutor of Cod- 9 4} months’ leave was Mrs. Cable Engineering Course ada yesterday afternoon for a

CCPC OSES Callege returned to = Frank Bynoe, Senior English Mis- SMITH and Mr week's holiday.

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Wi | dad with the Port-of-Spain Circuit be at the London Training School If this is dome the exchanges
of the Methodist Church, has now and the remainder at the Cable will enable others to build up
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SUNDAY, APRIL 13, 1952 SUNDAY ADVOCATE PAGE THREE
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At The Cinema G di ° |
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SHOWING at the Plaza, Bridgetown, “Two Tickets To HE WINDY WEATHER | j @
Broadway” is a gay, technicolor musical starring Tony THE PAWPAW rone; Flowering Trees: | FEELING }
Martin, Janet Leigh, Gloria de Haven, Eddie Bracken and inni re
> Je ’ : Z 4 »~ Platt Zinnia Seeds |
Ann Miller. The old theme of “small-town girl makes By AGRICOLA “Mf spite of the recent rains our | TIRED i
ot in show business” is all dressed up to the nines and It is hardl tod the ti pel oF papaya wey con = very dried up} |
though the plot may be hackneyed, the rformers are a r necessary to descri e paw 0 pé 4 ow, and t e@ prevai ing high Now rises j
talented lot and their specialities are dotted throughout ‘Plant and its fruit in any detail, since most people living or | are glaying havoc with | pin og IN PARIS! DORES iT!
the film. sojourning in the tropics for any time will sooner or later [P° — things as An- HE RAGE yorK A
Hailing from Pelican Falls,~ ———— become familiar with this small (though variable in size), gsi. an amet ons are | energy | ©) T © NEW
raha Leigh rune late tires shew soft-wooded, erect tree with its terminal canopy of foliage thing in pots that can be setae { | td
having their hands full with Eadie and melon-shaped fruits borne along the stem. are all the better for being moved! ©
Samia aie cae” mekaene Though to be a native of South)§ ——#£ to more sheltered positions for What a bad start for @
agent whose complicated pomned America, it has Become widely the time being. Vines too should | 44Y's work if you wake | 3 oes
bog jausching: them ip eters distributed throughout the tropi- be looked to, and their supports Gp cestias, tired, one . °
business have not been crowned — Word amd, if some esuntetes, * > ° strengthened where necessary. irisie and fall of enerss, | @ a
with conspicuou asl His grown mainly for the produc- e It is the time of the year when One woman who can i ee eee ie
final effort is one gigantic hoax tion of papain which is the coag- a oO oO es the garden must be kept well *preciate the mce from | mee ccKa ;
that unbelievably pa big divi- ulated milk obtained by bleed- wateved, a real soaking each day, aor _own experience, writes to | eneceoe
dends, and the five aspirants find ing the unripe fruits on the tree, Religious Services Handel’s "°t just a sprinkling should be |“““pefore, taking Kruschen, I | eceecs
themsélves on Bob Crosby’s Tele- incisions pee made for the ‘Messiah’ giver |always used to wake in the | ee te
ision Shou ana A . a rpose. strong diges- i $ Ze
- = with their futures fee used mediated prepara- The Easter Day Service broad- Frangipanni | morning Sere, te , oomnene eee ts Seoeece
In typicay mu medy style tions for the treatment of dys- Cast from London. comes once Jus now the Frangipanni trees, |! wake feeling full of energy. | esses cose: .
lot hick ahr tent vice ea pepsia and related ailments. a again from St. Paul's Cathedral, which for weeks past have been | PiO® SURMONS SUCCEIYy DUIS ii0e i it is London, Wren’s great monument bare and ‘ ‘ younger. T also suffered with Soeeee ee
showy id-danece ‘routines ripe but firm papaw fruit is . ’ "i nd naked of all leaves, | theumatioc pains in my shoulders | eveoce : .
with no regard for continuity, bus delicious eaten by itself with or Whose dome is ene of London's are putting out their bunches | and swellings round my ankles, | eresece : ;
a ate df continuity, but |, without a squecze of lime or ™st distinctive landmarks. There of lovely sweet smelling blos-|1 am now completely cured ‘at | eeecee eecsee
Sra. sabes, te. od anc the num- = lemon or as part of a fruit salad; Will be an address by the Dean. sor ‘AS soon as the blossoms | these pains and swellings, I take | aevoee eae ss xe
bers amusing. Tony Martin's stewed with Littl it is With the service starting at 7.45 ap the new leaves start to | kruschen Salts bi chs: arly and | eveeee 6060660
singing is just about the best of V a e sugar ; 5 . oy ata | cannot speak too highly of it. ee ee
its kind and his songs are catch relished as a dessert. The green p.m. An Easter Message by the cor out, and in a short time the | L.W. | e ee Seers .
and attractive. Ann Miller's dane~ fruits may be cooked and used Lord Bishop of Lichfield will also treég which were so ugly, are} Kruschen keeps you ¥ © we Peers Tee
ing is first-class and Gloria de as a vegetable or as a substitute be broadeast by the BBC. This transformed into things of beauty. | because it tones up the liver, eeeeece eos
Haden dudes ashes Hole aot Ga for apples in pies and sauces; will begin at 10.45 p.m. In addi- These Frangipanni are quite easy | Ridpeye and bowels and | keeps
edy in her number with Eddie sliced unripe papaw adds to the tion to the above Easter Pro- to grow. Any branch stuck into | Saou ey e re’ this .. 0
Bracken, “Baby You'll Never Be quality. and piquaney of West &r@mmes the BBC will broadcast the ground will take root, Internal cleanliness is The perfume with the longer-lasting fragrance
Sorry.” Janet ‘Leigh is adept at Indi ickles _ excerpts from Handel’s ‘Messiah’ strange feature of these trees is | and invigorated ;
conye saet iaigs ss pe at bs wie ere Rs _— eee ee presented by the BBC Symphony that a cut branch will live for a| Waste materials are expell W BOUR OIS
ne oie — us back to the old the old open kettle system of inmatitee Chorus. ‘These “pe, 7 wee: baton being | Ana va you continue with e
days with their comedy routine in pretty girls, attractive t nd sugar manufacture made an ex- a ec ithout water Or any | gchen, your whole body responds and. EAU
the vaudeville mode “and the amusing situations, erent cellent and popular Philip Odell Returns apparent sustenance. So there | $o its Purifying foree, PERFUME (g site), . mee DE COLOGNE
Charlivels perform breath-taking SHORT GRASS conserve. West Indian cooks Robert Beatty, the Canadian need be no feeling of urgency in| »Kruschen is obtainable from als . : ey
acrobatics on the flying trapeze. Dye to a misunderstandin 1 wrap tough meat in the leaves actor who has recently been di- planting any piece that may have | Memiste and Stores. e . e
A jarring note is struck when ; am rs B, hi Kil viding his time between stage, been obtained for a ree.
Bo Mciaty aah” Ue ee missed this film whieh is showing to tenderize it in the cooking. 2
sob Crosby sings “Let’s Make at the Plaza, Barbarees, so + can films, and television, returns to Flamboy:
emer J proceeds to only give you what little infor- . 4 field of papaw trees would the BBC’s General Overseas Ser- ‘The Flamboyant e alli
ao — f with his famous mation I have on it. The plot be somewhat of a phenomenon vice on Monday next in a neW jooking shabby ju jenn |
Salas laatrae Men -— _ a concerns a roving cattleman who in these parts, although formerly Philip Odell adventure. Entitled a). fast dropping their leaves, |
Ss, a Mr, rosby

could have made a

better choice of
song. However,

art from that,
ight, pleasant
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helps a pretty girl and her father
in their struggle for more grazing
land, against ruthless cattle barons
who seek to control the range.
Incidents take plage quickly and
there is some pretty violent action
in this western. In those days,
law and order were still in their
infancy, and a man’s survival de-
pended on his own two fists and
his'speed on the draw. Much of
the appeal of this film is due to
the authentic background of the
Jemez River in New Mexico where
the action takes place. With a good
east headed by Rod Cameron,
Cathy Downs and Johnny Mack
Brown, jit is fare for adults who
like their westerns two-fisted and
raw.

Next week, at the Plaza, Bridge-
town, THE BLUE VEIL, with Jane

Wyman, is showing. I have not of these types just large enough im the ice. The programme is re-
seen it as yet, but from what for one person — no sectioning, 1014 jargely from the journals of ,_ Cockroach plant, or to give it} *
I hear it has enjoyed long runs no wastage. We have had this . ’ its correet name Belaperone

runs and has a magnificent cast.





















AN AMERICAN IN PARIS is aMother place and can testify to Drevious expeditions Nansen be- ber of the garden, this may be , 5 ; .,
being held over at the Globe, so its outstanding quality, SPICY gan to apeen for this adventure because of its rather repulsive ae wane enpitals = their flaw
don’t miss it. Incidentally, I have flavour and small seed ooxiy. which had been in his mind for local name, It is however a use- | ess complexions to a simple, imen-
been told that the sound equip- The flesh is thick, firm and solid, .ome time, that of travelling to ful plant to have, it is hardy, | pensive beauty care that any woman
ment, which has been behavfhg does not suddenly become ane the North Pole on an ice floe, On flowers freely, and the flowers | ean follow.
badly, has been fixed, so thera The fruit itself handles well jigsummer Day in 1893 the ‘Fran’ are not at all unattractive, | This beauty care Is i of
7 should be no more straining to compared with the average started on her journey with the alt they are of a rather Ms Deaaty care ls regular use
JANET LEIGH. hear the dialogue. papaw and is a suitable size for good wishes of all Norway. The unv type. Im-US.A. it is Ponds two farnous Creams, Why
ee See — packaging for local markets. It feature programme which lasts known as the “Shrimps” plant not keep your skin clear and lovely
. ° soon became ret one for a full hour will be broadcast Position the same easy way?
f : to whom we Ls) on Wednesday, 16th inst., begin- Cockroach plant mn e e d s no .
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NOTRE DAME SHOULD BE
1952 B.A.F.A. CHAMPS
W.I. Cricket Board Elects

Officers This Week

BY O. S. COPPIN aie
2 he .
SPARTAN upset all calculations in the BA.F.A. *
First Division competition when they defeated
Empire by the only goal of their fixture at Kensing-
ton yesterday afternoon. .

It is true that on the strength of the last Spar-
tan performance that it was generally felt that
Empire, already tied on points with Notre Dame,
would consolidate their position as the only real
challenger for the championship, by virtue of a win
at the expense of Spartan in their return fixture,

NO COMPLETE SURPRISE

O one who has followed the history of the Spartan-Empire fix-
tures, celebrated locally for the wy = competition which aa
engender and the fanatical support of their respective supporters, S 7 L
could be completely surprised at the result yesterday afternoon. Time occer essons
and time again an upset win, one way or the other. in fixtures by Empire, although they played
between these two teams have constituted the deciding factor in the By Mr. A. G. WILKES. the faster and more enterprising
award of a cricket or football trophy. e 2 a bd aaeavinetees game towards. the closing stages:

Empire missed too many chances for scoring and at the samé on the ball wi e y Bet Sd : be
time the Spartan line-up wan such as ensured that they would = ee to sg om ball oak ere aot eae
é is i i indi- or be ready to move a r hern goal, I )
Geos chan. ee ee et oe an : forward to trap the ball. Empire initiated a quick succes-

BITTER BLOW

sion of good forward movements.

Twice the Spartan defence avert-

BITTER blow for Spartan was the fact that their skipper ‘sd the threat, and then Taylor

Cadogan, easily the best player on the team, was not available. and Norville twice kicked wide.

Tony Haynes played at centre half and his was a creditable perform- Spartan quickly came into their

ance. I yield the palm at once to him. I have never been in any stride, and young Grant kicked a

doubt that this is the true position if-he is at all in the line-up. low one dangerously, but Robin-

Atkins too exhibited in his performance, convincing signs that son cleared easily.

his “battle inoculation” of the Notre Dame fixture, has done his goal-

eeping a world of good and his too was an improved performance.

It was evident at this early
stage that the game would be
packed full of eet two
THE PRESENT POSITION rival teams met in their tradi-
HAT is the position now? In brief, all that this defeat of Em- tional battle for supremacy.
pire has done, apart from vindicating the Spartan team in the
eyes of their followers, following their display against Notre Dame
last week, is to place Notre Dame in a reasonably safe position for
carrying off the 1952 B.A.F.A. senior division championship, :
Notre Dame, Spartan and Empire are now tied on points, with
twelve points each. Spartan and Empire have each played nine
games and must play a single additional fixture to complete their
commitments in this Division; Notre Dame however have played ae
eight games and there still remain two fixtures to be played by the
to complete their list this season.

Spartan Defeat
Empire One—Nil

SPARTAN (Tony Haynes _ — 1)

EMPIRE a _ _ 0

SPARTAN yesterday evening cefeated Empire by the
lone goal of their First Division Fixture before a fairly
large crowd at Kensington Oval. The goal came about ten
minutes before the close of play when Tony Haynes con-
verted an indirect free kick. 3

This victory for Spartan placed Notre Dame in an ex-
cellent position to win the B.A.F.A. First Division Cup,
they having 12 points to their credit with two matches to
play. Empire and Spartan each has one other game to

play, with 12 points to their credit. ;

The game which provided some
excitement during the first half,
did not have the finish expected.
Too many opportunities were lost






















Spartan Improved

Spartan who were severely
beaten and disgraced by Notre
Dame, were playing a very much
improved game, and twice Robin-
son’s keen judgment foiled the
Spartan efforts.

Empire were not to be outdone,
and their forwards were constant
threats to the Spartan defence
which was patchy. Gibbons in his
zeal and exuberance, was mis=-
kicking at critical stages of the
game,

Trapping With The Sole Atkins, the Spartan custodian,
was very much more composed

NOTRE DAME WELL PLACED |

AT being so, Spartan and Empire have a possible of fourteers

points and Notre Dame a possible of sixteen. In addition to
this Notre Dame have built up a formidable goal-average and, assum-
ing only for the sake of argument, that Notre Dame lose one of their of the Foot
two fixtures, or even draw both, and Spartan and Empire win theirs, Tan tn Uno ant eenaeee
then all three teams would be tied off with fourteen points each and In the actual trap the eyes are against the Dames, while Merton
the rules of the B.A.F.A. provide that the championship will have to s,..seq on the ball, with the Robinson, the Empire sentinel, was
be decided on goal average. body leaning slightly back and his usual self,

© > . balanced on the non-trapping The crowd was keyed up to
: NO GOAL-AV ERAGE RIVALS > he ; j« foot. The leg being used for the fever pitch, fans shouting words
N THOSE circumstances Notre Dame would be in the happy posi- trap should be slightly bent whilst. of encouragement to both teams.
tion of having alseedy exiatlshe & myue eed Sacke Dane 40 the ankle is loose; to ensure that It was an encouraging sight to
The position with goals, as it stands at present is, Notre i the ball is CUSHIONED and not see the Spartan half line inter-
goals for and 2 a Spartan 13 goals for and 7 against, Empire 8 actively kicked until it is under cepting, thereby forcing their op-
@ and 5 against. nents t
wee crests ‘s to divide the number of goals for into the number control. oy ’ . aaa "ait eteine™ eo —
of goals against. So that reckoning on the present table Notre Dame _‘ This method of trapping Is me contrast, Frank Taylor and B¥m-
with 16 for and 2 against would be 8 points. If Spartan with seven chiefly when a player cannot ge monde were noe’ thet etal entows
goals having been shot against them were tied on goal average with over a ball to make a trap with and’ tonsequenty many, ‘oppdr-
Notre Dame, they would have to shoot 56 goals as seven into 56 would the inside or the outside of the tunities were allowed to slip by.
be 8 points. Similarly Empire with 5 goals shot against them would foot.
have had to shoot 40 goals to score 8 points on goal average and 80 N.B, 1. The sole of the foot
tie with Notre Dame. It is obvious that although it is not impossible should contact the ball just as it
to beat oe Dene ce goal average, ten de seraceine tes pe had jeaves the ground.
dropped points in their next two fixtures an e others had won
theirs, it is still highly improbable,



Keen Rivalry
The keen tussle continued be-
: tween these two veteran teams as
2. The instant the ball is under ywither let up. The Empire halves
control it should again be set in were doing a fine job as they often

HERE is much speculation in West Indian cricket circles as to

whether the headquarters of West Indies cricket will be shifted
from Jamaica to Barbados or Trinidad when the West Indies Cricket
Board of Control hold their Annual General Meeting in British Guiana
this week.

Mr, Carl Nunes and Mr. Donald Lacey, President and Secretary of
the West Indies Cricket Board of Control respectively, passed through
Barbados yesterday and elsewhere in this paper, they told the
Advocate in an interview that they will not be seeking re-election.

This means that the Board will be called upon to elect two officers
in their places. It has been tacitly recognised as a working principle
that the secretary to the Board should be domiciled in the same terri-
tory as the President and for obvious reasons this is correct, so that
when we consider the candidates for the posts it must be understood
why I have dealt with them more or less in pairs,

CANVASSED RESPONSIBLE OPINION

W HAVE been fortunate enough w nave visited Jamaica, Trinidad

and British Guiana within the past two years and I have can-
vassed opinions of reasponsible cricket fans in these territories. I
ean, of course, speak with some authority for Barbados,

Sir Errol Dos Santos, President of the Queen’s Park Cricket Club
of Trinidad and C. A. Merry, Secretary, are the choice of Trinidad
for the posts of President and Secretary, respectively. :

Sir Alan Collymore and Mr. F, A. C. Clairmonte or Mr. J. M.
Kidney are the choice of Barbados while Mr. W. M. Green and Mr.
K. Wishart are the choice of British Guiana. Jamaica, in the absence
of the present holders of the offices, prefer Mr. N. N, Nethersole and
Mr. R. C. Marley. 7

OPPOSE INSULARITY

were meant for their opponents.

The interval came with the
battle still undecided, and hon-
ours somewhat even; if anything,
slightly in Empire’s favour.

The “Blues” took the touch in
the second half, and a long shot
by Drayton went wide of the
right upright. Another effort by
Symmonds indicated that Empire
was bent on drawing first blood.

They were attacking with great
spirit, and one good movement
which Drayton climaxed with a
good pass that found Atkins out
of position was negatived by Git-
tens who was covering.

Good Save

A fine save by Atkins foiled
another good try by Drayton, but
still the “Blues” pressed on.

The Spartan defence was on
the alert and certainly conceded
nothing for a long time. When
they did, Douglas, the Empire
right winger, kicked wide.

Smith freee .. oe — sd
; . ‘ and capable sentinel in the -
Trapping With The Inside pire defence line.

of the Foot With just a few minutes to go,
J Notice from the picture that the Empire conceded’ a free kick, and
AM a strong opposer of insularity and I make bold to say that }RAD, SHOULDERS and body Haynes, finding Robinson out of
no evidence can be found in these columns to indict me on this gre well over the ball, and the Position, converted to give Spartan
count for $1e sixteen years that I have been writing it. However, whole js balanced to move in the the lead.
on this occasion, even at the chance of being accused of insularity or girection that the trap pushes the The goal seemed the most
ing else, I am plumping for the Barbados choice, Sir Alan ball, The eyes are focused on the remote thing, but it gave Spartan
Collymore is a knowledgeable man in the game and one whose repu- z @ On page 15 some inspiration, and they de-
tation in West Indian and International cricket circles is known. With " cided to press home their advan-
all due respect to the candidates from the other islands, most of 5 tage. Empire were not letting up
whom have done their bit in placing West Indies cricket on the map, eny and they too tried to retrieve
either on the playing field or from behind the scenes, it would be in the lost ground, :
the best interest of West Indies cricket if the hgidquarters could be Both teams strengthened their

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Hellican Runs Away With

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BY BOOKIE

HE opening event at Union Park has just been
finished as I write these notes and I was hop-
ing that it would also open a new chapter in the
career of the Jamaican bred Paris. But alas I pre-
sume he must still be off form because he ran un-
placed to Rock Diamond, Sun Glee, Budha, Wave-
crest and Assurance ,who were the first five in that
order.
For Rock Diamond, although it does not signal his return to

form, it shows that h@ is in good enough health to carry on where
he picked back up last Christmas when he won for the first time since
he was a three-year-old. Both himself and Paris, it will be remem-

bered, ran well as two-year-olds and were very promising indeed
when the three-year-old season of 1951 opened. But as the year

progressed their form grew worse until at Arima they were beaten
over a distance of 7 furlongs by a simple sprinter like Flame Flower,
to whom they could have given many pounds and a beating of several
lengths only a year before, I am indeed glad to see that Rock Diamond
is holding his own but my disappointment over Paris is greater be-
cause I am still convinced that if he could be turned out fit he would
be a much better horse than any other of his contemporaries with the
possible exception of Best Wishes.

I should imagine that it must be very distressing to have a horse
as good as Paris in one’s stable and to see him beaten in E class when
all the time he could be winning in C if he were fit. When I saw his
name on the list for Union Park I thought that perhaps, after his rest
since last September, he had recovered. But on his running it is
evident that we must wait still longer for this.

HE much fancied three-year-old Mark Light, another Jamaican,

ran last in a field of 11 in this same E class five furlong. In
the same stable as Rock Diamond, it was reported that at exercise
she was toying with this horse. If this was true we can only con-
clude that this was not her genuine form. . She is however, entered for
the Easter Guineas on Monday, and if she can recover in time she
might still be capable of giving Bright Light a run for her money.
For the next possible threat to Bright Light we must wait until the
Stauble Trophy, now a few paragraphs away, to see what April’s
Dream does in this race.



The Elite Trophy, which wus a maiden event for C class, pro-
duced a field of twelve and a result which still leaves me a bit in the
dark. I do not think I have ever laid eyes on any of them except
Mazaruni. ,It was won by Dipdell, on whom very little money must
have been laid, judging by the $10.36 which she paid to win on the
Pari. I notice that she is by Furrokh Siyar and therefore I am not
surprised to hear that she is very speedy. The very fast Don Arturo
We saw here some years ago, was also by this same sire.

Second in the Elite Trophy was Nefari, who was one of the
favourites while Red Cloud and Hope Dawns were third and fourth
respectively. Nefari, a filly by Pylon II out of Carnival Queen, is one
of the new ones with which Dr. Cyril Gittens has made his return to
the turf. Incidentally the other winner produced by her dam, is a
full sister to Nefari. The doctor, it seems, has made a re-entry into
racing with some good horses in his stable.

HE first half-bred race over 5 furlongs went to Rosette in spite

of the fact that she stumbled just after entering the home
stretch. I was for three-yeaf-olds only and seeing that Rosette had
already beaten half-breds of all ages up here it was to be expected
that she would defeat her contemporaries unless there was some-=
thing else of unusual merit among them. It was just such a horse
which I expected her to meet in the shape of Drury Lane, But he ran
very disappointingly and certainly he cannot be in the same form
which he displayed at Arima in September and in Barbados in Novem-
ber last.

Up here he also defeated the half-breds of all ages and
although this was in a handicap yet he was only a two-year-old at the
time. It is to be assumed that he is off form.

The Leaseholds Trophy surprisingly went to Hellican. Rated as
a sprinter only on his running at the last Christmas meeting he went
to the front and after establishing an early lead of some five or six
lengths he never looked back. Finally, Mr. Dick Murray informed
us, he won by three or four lengths on the bit and never looked like
stopping. This race, run over a mile, is the annual feature event at
Union Park and it nearly always produces some surprise or the other.
They include the death of Commando II in 1947, an upset victory by
Adventuress in ’48 when she won her first A class race two flukes by
the Gauntlet in '49 and ’50 anda ten lengths victory by Devon Market
over the raging favourite and once champion, Footmark. This year’s
result is therefore no exception to the rule.

T IS difficult to believe that as many as five of Hellican’s rivals
could have been off form, all at the same time in this race: for,
even if we discount the newcomer Fairfax and the veterans Ligan,
Blue Streak and Pharlite, there were still Golden Quip, Mark Twain,
Astrion, Kandytuft Il and Notonite to be reckoned with, Yet none of
them seemed capable of getting within striking distance of Hellicon.

Astrion was second, this being his first race in the Caribbean, No-
tonite was third and Pharlite after coming in fourth was disqualified
and his place given to.Blue Streak. Kandytuft II, incidentally ran
one before last and on the face of it 1 must agree with Mr, Murray that
he was far from his best. There was a rumour that he had jarred him-
self the day before. But I would like to know what excuses are going
to be offered for Mark Twain, Golden Quip and Notonite.

Meanwhile, Hellican is obviously no mere sprinter and his con-
sistent form at the Christmas meeting was only a forerunner of better
things to come. His chances in the T.P.D. Trophy on Monday next,
when over 7 furlongs he will have 127 lbs, to carry, now look rosier
than ever.

In the D class McEnearney Trophy old Fabulous won his first race
since he came down from C, while Ali Baba was second and Princess
Rasiyya third. It was a very near thing and in a few more yards Ali
Baba might have won. This proves that his return to good behaviour
at the Christmas meeting was no flash in the pan and I notice that in
this respect even Princess Rasiyya is a reformed character, Cross
Roads, who ran 6th, does not appear to have recovered his health since
over a year ago.

The result of the Stauble Trophy throws very little light on the
picture for the Guineas except to confirm general feeling that Bright
Light will win it and that Gallant Rock will run second. Gallant
Rock has already run two seconds to Bright Light at the Christmas
Meeting and by winning the Stauble Trophy it proves that he is still
next best in Trinidad. April’s Dream must have run very badly indeed
I never heard her name called at any stage of the race and eventually
she finished somewhere about seventh or eighth. This is definitely
not good enough and she will have to improve on this considerably
if she is to have any chance in the classic. But perhaps if both
herself and Mark Light can find their legs by Monday we will yet
see a very good race.



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SUNDAY, APRIL

Weightlifting

13,



1952

The 1952 Junior
Championship

By EDWIN ROGERS,
Two weeks ago the Amateur Weightlifting Assoeiation
»f Barbados brought down the curtain on a very suéeessful
show. It was remarkable to see the stréfigth and muscles
which these lifters possess and it almost gives one the im-
pression that they had some sort of ‘invisible crané’ near at

hand to help them lift such enormous weights, sometimes
double the weight of their body.

The Junior Championship has
brought to the public’s eye, a pic-
ture of What the #outh of this
island con do in this field of sport.
It is encouraging to see the lads,
young as they are, lifting With so
much zeal and determination,

Each lifter took up bis position
in front of the loaded barbell, and
was dwarfed by the large weights
in front of ‘him.

Get set—lower the body—grasp
the bar—hold the breath. Then
with a terrific pull the bar would
g0 up—slowly at first, increasing
in speed as the weights reached
chest high—recovery; then in a
flash the weights are overhead.

Ease And Calmness

Grant in the 123 Ibs., division
lifted with ease and calmness.
Deep down inside of him there
seems to be a burning fire which
urges him to do wonders. The
lifters in all the various divisions
have been keen and have returned
good totals, nearing those of the
Seniors. I hope that the senior men
will take this as a hint and main-
tain their superiority.

The Committee of Management
of the Association must be compli-
mented on having improved in the
organisation of these shows. It is
rather a difficult sport to organ-
ise, when considered the length
of time it takes. Our last show
should have ended before mid-
night, but due to the great num-
ber of outstanding entrants, the
judges took a considerable time to
arrive at their decisions

Extra Attractions

The extra attractions, and I can-
not be too brief in giving them
their praise, helped to add to the

success of the show. F. Mustor was
outstanding with his acrobatic
feats. It is hard to believe that

anyone can balance about half a
dozen bottles, one on top of the
other, on his chin. Mustor made
it look easy and after tremendous
applause, he balanced the same
number of bottles on a_ pencil
which he gripped between his
teeth. Not content, he called for
two chairs and balanced them, one
on top of the other, on his chin.

He also balanced a table on his
chin,

Mustor told me that he can
balance a chair with someone
seated on it on his chin, but due
to short notice he was not able
to arrange it for the show A re-

markable performance for a youns
Barbadian. Sel
Splendid Exhibition
The Rockley Beach Club’s Bal-
ancing team gave a splendid exhi-
bition. B. Tulle aoe top man was
tionally good.
One of the highlights of the
show was a Judo Knife Display
by F. Green and his partner.
“Miss Bridgetown, 16 year old
Shirley Best, gave a performance
in hand-balancing with Simeon
Fields and Berry Alleyne. She is
the first lady balancer ever to take
part in one of the A.W.A.B shows
T cannot end without paying a
tribute to John Marshall who was
crowned Mr. Barbados, Junior.
His selection was a popular one.

Tue cker ; Wins
Spoon Shoot

The first Spoon Shoot to be
held by the Small Bore Rifle
Club took place yesterday at the
Drill Hall with good light pre-
vailing and there were altogether
ideal conditions. 1

M. G. Tucker emerged winner
with the good score of 99 points
out of a possible 100, T. A. L.
Roberts coming second with 98.80
points. i

This competition is shot off on
the handicap drop point system
which is used by all rifle clubs
in England, a member's handi-
cap being his previous month's
average.

The following
best scores: —

M. G. Tucker 99, T. A. L. Rob-
erts 98.80, M. A, Browne 98.68,
H. O. G. Marshall 98.66, L. W
Hassell 98, H. W. Webster 97.66,
P. A. D. Johnson 97.33 and M,
A. Tucker 96,33.

At the end of the shoot, Mr.
T. A. L. Roberts, the club cap-
tain, presented Mr. Tucker with
the spoon.

are the eight





Mr. EDWIN ROGERS



SPORTS
QUIZ

There were only two correct
entries to the Advocate’s Sport
Quiz which ended yesterday, C.
E. Haynes of Hall’s Road being
the first correct entry opened
while Nolan Warren of Fonta-
belle was the only other person
to submit a correct éntry.

There was a good response but
the majority of entries showed
that those who submitted them
did them too quickly and fell
into the traps included in them.

C. E. Haynes can call at the
Editorial Department of the Ad-

vocate at 11 a.m, on Tuesday,
April 15 and collect his book
from the Sports Editor. Mean-
while congratulations are ex-

tended to
creditable
the only
a correct
The second Quiz
in the Tuesday
newspaper

Nolan Warren for the
performance of being
other reason to submit
entry.

will appear
issue of this’

Following are the questions
with their correct answers.

1 If a player kicks a foot-
ball and_ it bursts on its
way to the goal but still
enters the goal, should the
referee award a goal or
not. }

Answer: No. The ball must
be fully inflated when it passes
over the goal-line between the
goal-posts.

2. How many runs did the
first wicket partnership be-
tween George Challenor
and Tim Tarilton yield in
the first innings against
Trinidad in the 1927 Tri-
angular tournament at Ken-
sington?

Answer: There was no
wicket partnership in the
innings between George
lenor and Tim Tarilton in the!
match against Trinidad in the
1927 tournament. E. L. G. Hoad
and C, A, Browne opened.

3. If a player is ruled “off-



first
first |
Chal- |

side” in water-polo, does
he have to leave the wa-
ter? «

Answer: No. The new rules

which came into effect in 1951
rule that the referee should award



a free throw to the opposing
team.
FOOTBALLFrom Page 4

the attack until the referee sig-
nalled the end of the game.

The Teams
The teams were as follows:—
Spartan: Atkins, Gibbons,
Bowen, Morrison, Haynes, Ish-
mael, Gittens, Wood, Grant,
Jemmott, Griffith. .
Empire: Robinson, Grant,

Smith, Maynard, Douglas, Rud-
der, Taylor, Norville, Symmonds,
Drayton, Alleyne.
Referee: J. Howarth.
Linesmen: A. Parris and J. T.
Archer.






WE CAN RELY ON

NUGGET FOR
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CHATS ON SWIIGNG

Ee

“The Back.
Stroke: Arm

Movement
By TAN GALE

Next to the crawl, thé baek
stroke ranks highest in éfficiéney,
if Measured by the test of i.
In fact, although there a
number of Variati hh funda-
mental pattern the is

the crawl stroke the
wr \y wa his back. As
a fesuit, erisin Movements éan
be _réversed.

The start of the back ¢ is
made this ;
swimmer lies wit!
the body hed at t
water, ie is "

rai the é tion

attained if the 8w: er. yee
his feet as they The chin
ig wn t — ”. Artis are
own at the ern
with toes pointed anid the ‘hole
body relaxed as much as possi-

ble.
Now to start the, stroke. The
slightly

left shourder is If
over the water and then the left
arm is thrown out and away
from the body over the water so
no water is splashed in the face.
The atm is thoro relaxed,
and is therefore thrown and not
placéd.

The hand is dropped into the

water when the arm is just a
little past the height of the
shoulder, and as it is drépped

into the water the right shoulder
and arm start through the same
movements just described for the
left arm.

The hand is Sree palm
down until it is about six inahes
under water. Pressure is then
applied to the water by the arm
and hand, the elbow being kept
straight but the hand gripping
the water. The arm makes a
regular sweep six or @ight inches
deep in the water, acting as an
oar Of a réw boat

While one arm is. making this
sweep under the water the other
arm is thrown back in prepara-
tion for a pull on the other side.
The arms operate like the double

paddie of a canoe: there is no
pause, as one pulls the other
recovers,



Ace Will Drive
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Millionaire's Car

LONDON, April 12.
Millionafre automobile rticing
enthustast Tony Vandervell has
given Argentinas Froilan Gonzalez
We chance to drive his car in next
Mondays race for the Richmond
Trophy at Goodwood, Sussex track.
The race will be over twelve
laps of the Goodwood Circuit—a
total of 30 miles. This will be

Gonzalez first appearance on the
Goodwood track.—U.P.



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animal and vegetable tissues.

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The high proportion of hydrogen in ATHLETIC

ordinary coal gag is due to its release from the organic matter from

which coal is formed.

Industry uses hydrogen for many purposes, Some of the vegetable |
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cal combination with hydrogen, This is done before they are incorpor-
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needed every month by LCi. for

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coal, for making industrial alcohols and as a constitu-
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AGENTS L. M. B.

idgewws,—Barbados,

SUNDAY ADVOCATE
cet peninnetneme
TALKING CRICKET



Mr. Karl Nunes, President of te W.I. Cricket Board of Con-
trol and Mr. D. P. Lacy, Honorary Secretary and Treasurer of the
Board were intransit through Scawell On Friday afternoon by
B.W.LA. from Jamaica on theit way to British Guiana to attend

the Annual Meeting of the West Indies Cricket Board. At the
airport to meet them were Mr. Jol. Goddard, West Indies Captain,
his wife and three daughters.

Mr. Nunes and Mr. Lacy anived at 5.30 by B.W.ILA. from
Jamaica and left Seawell shortly after 6.30 for Trinidad where
they will make air connections fo: British Guiana. The meeting
opens at the Carib Hotel, George'own on April 16 and onds the
following day.

Mr. Nunes confirmed earlier reports that neither he nor Mr.
Lacy Were seeking fe-élection to iheir respective positions on the
Board. :

‘Position Of League Clubs Unchanged

(From Our Own Correspondent) time Middlesborough who had

LONDON, April, 11, oniy won two previous away

The first round of Easter boli- Agnes collected two valuable
day games has brought no changes pojrits.

in the position of clubs at the top Sheffield Wednesday, Second

and bottom of the four English pivision leaders, beat ' Brentford

divisions, three-two at Griffen Park to re-
However, Portsmouth winning jain their goal average lead over

a three-one victory against Derby pirmingham who beat Cardiff by
have come up level on points the same score.
with Manchester United and No prizes are offered for guess~
Arsenal, both of whom were in- jing who got Sheffield’s goal. Yes,
volved in away draws. Ports- it was redheaded centre forward
mouth have played two games Dooley Who brought his total for
more than Arsenal, and one more the season to forty-four. Bir-
than Manchester United. mingham’s winning goal against
Both Fulham and Huddersfield, Cardiff came from the visitor's
the bottom clubs, were beaten, jef back Sherwood whose back
and as they are respectively five pass caught goal-keeper Howells
and four points behind Stokes },, surprise.





City, their chances of avoiding 1) the Third Division it is really
relegation ate now extremely 4)| over, bar the shouting, Both
slender, Reading and Brighton lost to-day
Newcastle Defeated in the Southern seetion to give,
Notice by the way, that the cup Plymouth a six point lead and in
holders and finalists again this the Northern section Lincoln’s
year Newcastle suffered their suc- three-nil victory at Southport
cessive home defeat since beating keops them six points nearer

Blackburn in the semi-final. This Grimsby.

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SPORTS

At Kensington Oval
Thursday, 17th April
12 noon
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For Men

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880 yds., 1 Mile Flat, High
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under and over 16.

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APRIL 13 — NO. 219

The Topic
| of
|Last Week

| Today is Baster Robert

| Greet this day of new life
Surtidtnt the cares that worry

The cares that are so rife

j Let people know within us
Our thoughts can reach the skte
Especially those by comment
Our topics may despise

. * : .

Man who ean fie has risen

Leaving behind old things

Conquering and still to conque:

Habits te which be clings

; . .

Think of the things to change

Things t are decades old

Things

Simply by actions bold

. ° *

Lou

.
Think of the Vestry system
That served the ancient slave
The Maude Report advise us
To rest them in a grave
. . . .
New times call for new changes
Fill new wine in new flasks
All modern legislators
Must boldly face new tasks
. . * .

What e'er is good remember
Can never die in vain
For good just like all goodne
it always rise again
. . . .
Joe went cross in the bus stand
He wanted a bus drive
The people who Were riding
Were like bees in a hive
. . . .
He turned and said to Robert
if, I were a bus BS
Til see that hone my buses
Ride people at a lous
. *

For judging we paper

When I read ir report

Nearly ali of the buses

Are riving “bout for sport
;

Some making a few farthings
Others are making nil
And boys with all the losses
Those buses running still
; ‘ ‘ ‘
You find this is the secret
I've found it out at last
“The paying bus" tse water
Non paying bus" use gas
: ‘ .

To-morrow. you will see them
All over this big place
1 tell you the bus owners
Got lots of time to waste

‘ ‘ ‘ .

Joe did net go to football
To see the giants play

| But Low brought back the tiding
| From Kensington yesterday
: . ‘ .
So many things were locking
When both teams played half dead
That sh« aid plain and simple
| Titey all lacked Enriched Bread
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! The cup goes up the bayside
The dares now miles ahead
} thank Fred Goddard

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SUNDAY ADVOCATE

My Budget advice
fo wives is this—

Make Him

APRIL 13, 1952



SUNDAY,

MOTHER, how's
your ‘efficiency’?



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~ a NOLAN Check these points | SeOhe | war
} NISHES om - =
| Since a poorly finished hem can BABY’S DIET. Take off ONE mark for over- |
; a | ruin the appearance of any a fi —almost as bad as underfeeding—and |
Tonight he con SEE new sheen in You ee arance of any dress AN for irregularly timed meals. A really | |
bey bie softness, or skirt a careful study of correct inadequate diet, e.g., perpetual bread and mar- |
hair, FEEL its caressod® hemming procedures is well worth arine, loses TWO marks. Moderately inadequate
THRILL to its glorious natural beaviy. | your while, feeding, €.g.. possible vitamin shortage, loses ONE.
if you use Lustre-Creme | The first essential is an evenl we airenalie ——|——— |_|
Lustre-Creme Sham poo gives halt eae ce | marked hemline. This should be BABY'S CONDITION. Score THREE for good.
Sewey | done with pins after the » “ TWO for rr, ‘or poor. ‘op 0
@ Fragrantly clean, free of loose | the dress is finished. ke pins By Eileen t Aser of t seen cme on kee’ you ONE. Bo do .
The faren fea —— eo i dirty fingernails in a baby under six weeks old.
j rkKin e ne — | —_——
must be willing to take tim “THERE will be budget di i is y
@ Glistening with omen care, Place the pins at the oo most hanses—whether emipoily dee cae eee £r Eten i fe Se oe: He'Snould feet
coapy Gin Ho epoeiel |ed length desired. Before remoy- % Week or £2,000 a year. . that he is wanted, ne should feel secure, he should
| ing the dress examine the pins to i The recent national Budget will put extra money have opallty with brothers and sisters, he should
see if they are placed in a con- i®to male pockets through income-tax concessions. be reaso! and he should have | g
tinuous line. If one appears out But it will take more out of the housekeeping ae eines = oe THREE i a ba ateie ese
of place remessure thet’ pin and tilk. ae Nar be higher Price of foodstuffs. . paris Score TWO if you fail him on one or
Pe haan Men, therefore ‘ane gant meat. two needs. Score ONE if three of more of his
| er taking off the dress spread » are going to be better off durin, needs are not being met.
it out on a table and pin up edn com manthe, while their wives will find it
the hem making the fold exactly “Readjustment in th ‘ CONDITION of the home. Score full marks—
CS she" ige °C Pins Baste close sary and parsimonious and generous husband. alee Take ONE mare off if'you are so nowweproud that
o the fold. ‘ous husbands alike o
must take action. the has no place where he can crawl about
Cut a cardboard gau i ‘, pigSeneral untidiness loses ONE
desired depth of the tom Use noudibenin s age Heceived:- Gor and we pee beds unmade oF food continuously
this gauge to mark the cutting fvure is a w _ ago, that keeping money they have fo Wedges~ Again on the table loses TWO. a
line on the hem with tailors “The Jast aoe S oo : a pocket money for themselves, A smart cocktail shoe of black Total | 12
chalk. Remember that having arr big increases in la chabtee, ee sl husbands a suede has a cut-out front and OTHER, how’s your |
even amount of hem depth all coal and coke sepals services hoon! Spending money each platform and buckle studded with “maternal efficiency
around is as important to the such as shoe-mending and dry Week. diamante. Italy again produces a , today? Or in mole in rooms had a much lower
looks as having the bottom of the cleaning. The daily woman who "pe home nhenld wate esckut Ted, calf cocktail mule that New homely language how good maternal efficiency.
hem even. It is better to have a comes in to help with the clean. her hots should a pet Yorkers are raving about. Most do you honestly think you are /. * ke
narrow hem that is the same ing now costs more (3s. an hout fii ne a ae a My ry low unusual style, in red or green at looking after your baby ? aclenta” n nolen wal lenis
ne ae “sieht ae mes ‘ many London areas, whereas shillings y pec en ee a wedge heel and ‘The most reliable way of find- clashes with being. a good
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enough cloth for a hem that depth.
The edge of your hem may be

Up And Up
The greengrocer’s bill has risen

finished in several different ways. steadily; the grocer’s account has

the cloth,

A heavy cloth that does not fray
;may be pinned or trimmed even Nearly every essential item for
|and catch stitched without turn- the home has gone up.

| The finish you ¢hoose depends on crept up by a few pennies nearly

every week.
Eggs, bacon, cleaning materials.

worked from left to right, Only Per head for each adult member

Pretty toeless hopsack play-
shoe has a wedge heel and deep
pebble-guard, Novelty for holi-
day wear: raffia sandals made in
Trieste,

Stars for...

This week the most important
wholesale fashion houses show
their mid-season summer collec-

Starred in my notebook. . .

above, according to two Oxford
University social scientists who
have measured the maternal
efficiency of 580 mothers.

The two scientists, JEAN
THWAITES and IAN SUTHER-
LAND, made surprise checks in
Oxford houses and flats where
there were babies up to one year.

the mothers were,

wife may stint her chileren of
healthy fun She may make
them feel they are unwanted by
feeding them in the kitchen
to save precious carpets,

To check yourset{ fll in the
chart right away so that you
record your baby’s condition us
it would be if the scientists
walked in now unexpectedly.

At first the scientists thought

jing under the edge. The catch The late increases will offici- tions. These include adaptations After quizzing parents. prying they would have to take the
|stitch is a cross stitch and is @lly mean another jump of 1s, 6d. of leading Paris spring fashions. gs ‘Sra5 mother’s own health _ into

account when measuring mater-

“Mi , j nal efficiency. But they found
a few threads should be caught Of the family. ** “Middy-lins” black — silk They found that two out of that by wigeannifice tae
in the garment so that the stitches _ One of the best arguments a cocktail suit. every three women who had mothers overcome the dis-

| won't show on the right side.
Thin fabrics are usually best
| finished by turning under about
a quarter of an inch at the to
of the hem and machine stitch-
The machine
stitched edge is then hemmed by
blind stitching or fine whipping
taking very tiny stitched where
they will show. Slip stitching is
really better than either of the
two above in most cases. In slip
stitching the needle
through the turned edge so that
the thread between stitched is en-
closed in the turn. This helps
|to prevent catching the thread
{on something and so pulling the
hem out,

ing that edge.

Most often

is run

used method for
finishing ad hem on medium

wife can produce at a family con-'

ference on housekeeping mowfy
is a regular housekeeping book
showing her weekly expenditure.
J a sceptical husband,’ who
just does not understand vhat is
happening in the shopping werlds
can be swiftly
he sees it proved by facts,

bringing price increases home to
doubtful husbands is to take them
week-end shopping on a, Satwr-
day morning.

Most. reasonable men will soon
understand and want to try to
ease the problem.

Happily the really mean hus-
band is not common.

£3? Not Enough

The week's most interesting

housekeeping budget story was



convinced when
and:
figures. Another quick way of



EASTER HAT No, 2: It sprouts
white feather wings. In qrey
metallised straw. (St. Cyr.)

Fairest division is to take what
is left after all housekeeping and
other expenses have been bud-
geted for and divide this in two,

* White net evening frock
trimmed with crinoline straw
soap bubbles.

*** Waistless jacket in lilac
utility linen over black linen
dress,

* Waist-trick dresses with
cumberbund belts and _bust-line
boleros, which raise the waist
several inches,

*** “Resort Loungers,’”’ con-
sisting of jeans, pirate scarf, caps
and contrasting coolie jackets in
rayon tweed.

Eccles On Fashion
Advocate of gay clothes for
men is Minister of Works Mr,
David TF ecles,
Talking to a Federation of
Painting Contractors on Monday
night, he declered: “It is time

homes of their own scored full
marks. Half the mothers living

advantages of ill-health so that
their @hildren do not suffer

London Express Service

What’s Cooking In The Kitchen?

Here are three easy recipes forin the centre, a pinch of salt. If

cakes,
over from the sultana of the Easter
Cake, or some pieces of chocolate.

Chocolate Cake

Chocolate (not milk chocolate)
—4oz.

Eggs—2

Sugar—1 oz.

Melt the chocolate with a bit of
water on the fire until you have a
fairly thick custard. |Mix the yolks

You can use what is left you use dry yeast you can melt it

before in half a cup of lukewarm
water. Add the eggs, the butter
(or margarine) and the lard. Mix
everything and start beating the
dough with your hand. By beat-
ing the dough, I mean just the
movement you make when you
slap your naughty son or daugh-
ter. If the dough is not soft you
ean add a tiny bit more of tepid
water. Work the dough until you
will be able to lift it with your
hand from the table. |Add the ham

ES i n 7 - ; f the eggs with the sugar. Beat
; weight fabrics or on heavy ones the £3-a- week - housekeeping. however small it may be. we broke out from the very ° > J ; ; i" i
. that fray is the seam binding allowance wife, who left Ton, ~~ Certainly it would make for sombre colours which for a hun- er =. Se ee ee Ween eve ieakion eS ee
f 6 9 finish. Matching seam binding is a-week husband because she Many happier and more contented dred years have | been the th lks of th d the add the sugar, the orange rind and
rul a pinned to the evenly trimmed could not manage on the money homes. ; fashion." Snean, hen 464 ently the whites, the sultanas). Put it in a cake
, edge of the hem and machine — and then got a divorce fo Step Into Spring Mr. Eccles should be pleased Put in . aaaeeiae. oven. until tin and leave it in a warm place
NET ie stitched. The binding is then 4esertion. Out of this £3 she had Shoes for Spring and Summer With the pyjama manufacturer 1244. (About 20 minutes) for about 20 minutes. Bake it in a
tA Naat tnt) fe blind stitched: to the dress. to pay 10s, 2d. rent. She found are light as a feather. who is launching a range of pea- ; ( moderate oven. ‘
sir SPECIALLY Be sure to keep your seams in this impossible and asked for £4 Weighing only a few ounces, cock pyjamas for fashion-con~ Brioche
== RECOMMENDED —'¢ |jine when turning up a hem. 2 week, which the husband re- many of the flexible sandals are scious males, Sponge Cake
4 vel Extra fullness in the hem should fused. |held in place with one wispy Highlights of the collection. .. ‘This brioche can be either sweet, S'

for IRREGULAR ACTION, | be taken veubeineamell. eaente is This is the first case of its kind. | strap. Tartan taffeta pyjama coats or you can eat it as a main dish . (3 eggs for 2 people)
SICK HEADACHE, Pralate nines leats don't feht But I believe that money troubles | Ny teri mesh makes cool sum- With green satin shorts; bright with peas or any other vegetables. For every egg 1 tablespoonful of
BILIOUSNESS, youn oth: "Make C a Rte are the cause of more married|mer sandals. Very smart version striped coats, with elasticised “ Four—1% Ib. sugar and 1 of flour. Beat the
INAIORSTIGN. ak LORE Choe. are p unhappiness than infidelity. is in string colour, with black Waists, over one-colour trousers; fygs—2 yolks of the eggs with the sugar
. veer where it comes naturally, Never Many down-trodden wives feel| patent ieather straps. coloured nylon mesh, and black jButter—2 oz. add the flour and then the whites
; he | make a pleat so deep that it runs they are not receiving their fair} There is a feeling for two- satin jackets faced wfh dull Jard—2 oz. which you have already beaten
Sold in bottles for clear to the hem line. Pin pleats share of the family income.|toned colours and textures, and Sold, worn with the new sleep- Yeast—1 package until stiff. When everything is
lasting freshness. vertically, It is usually better to Apart from inadequate house-j|for black patent. ing shorts. Ham—2 oz, thoroughly mixed add 1 level tea-
baste before hemming when } Unusual court shoe model, of Rock Garden Hat spoonful of cream of tartar and
oon your skirt is very flared, ° jblack suede, is trimmed with a Most eccentric spring hat Cheese—1 tablespoonful. 4y teasconful of bicarbonate of
: ~ e Trut in black patent rose. The same shoe comes. from. America, Called (if you want it sweet instead of soda. Butter the cake tin and put





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is made in beige linen, with a
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From Italy come white or black
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the ham and the cheese you can
put some orange rind, some sul-
tana (about 2 tablespoonsful) and
2 tablespoonsful of sugar).

Put the flour on the kitchen
table or pastry board, put the yeast

a tiny bit of flour at the bottom of
the tin. Move the cake tin with
your hands until the flour has cov-
ered the whole tin. Pour the mix-
ture in the tin and bake in mod-
erate oven for about 20 minutes.



am not sure yet if I really want
to give up my life to living in a
hospital. I have a chance to go
to England soon to study.”

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day’s work as you describe. Be
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to be entertained by him all the

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MARY writes, “I am going to
be a bridesmaid in a month's
time. I have heard that the bride
is supposed to buy my dress for
the wedding. Some people say
|That I should buy my own. It is
not a big wedding, What should
|I do?”

ENERALLY speaking, if it is
a simple wedding as you say,
)and if you can wear what you like



if the dress would be of no use to
you afterwards, the bride usually
makes;the purchase. Such elabor-
ate dresses are not suitable for
general wear after the ceremony.
A, A. writes, “Am I being dull
and have I lost my husband’s
interest.”
WOU must understand, my Gear,
that your husband is tired
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and at peace with the world. I
know it is not much fun going out
all alone. Have you a woman
friend? But please, my dear, I
ask you not to pester your husband
to take you out so much. Remem-
ber that his hard labours provide
yu with your livelihood,

D. L, (ST. THOMAS) writes,
“IT am thinking of taking up
nursing. Please advise me as I

tired and shall ache in every limb
and all for those who cannot help
themselves. Hardship and tribu-
lation shall be your lot, my dear,
but if you really love nursing let
nothing stand in your way as—for
a girl—it is one of the noblest and
finest of all professions. You can
find true happiness only in com-
plete self-sacrifice.

MRS, P. writes, “I am a widow

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SUNDAY, APRIL 13, 1952

- UHONATION COCKTAILS ARE COMING

oume of them may evenhered
white and biue

BARMEN all over Britain are
already secretly mixing whiskies,
gins, brandies, and rums into a
vartety of concoctions, to find
the perfect Coronation cocktail.

Their efforts may embarrass
the United Kingdom Bartenders
Guild. “There will be hundreds
of Coronation cocktails coming
out,” said Mr, W. J. “BELL” TAR-
LING of Harrogate, the president
at the Guild’s dinner at the Park
Lane Hotel.

“They will all be different—
some will even be red, white and
blue—and the customer won't
know what he’s going to get. We
cannot contro] them or standard-
ise them, consequently none will
be registered in the Guild’s col-
lection of recognised cocktails.”

Many of the 300 bartenders.
admitted they were working out
new formulas—none would dis-
cuss the ingredients.

Hoping for a ‘change in their

country’s drinking legislation
were six Swedish guests, all
members of the Swedish Bar-

tenders’ Guild,

Their president, Mr. HELMER
JANSSON, of Stockholm, said
that in a bar or restaurant in
Sweden men and women were
allowed only a certain quantity
of spirit—with which food must
be eaten. To buy drink at a store,
a ration book had to be produced
—and the allowance is regulated
by age and salary.

The Swedes hope that the law

NEWS for

THE
Two
PETULAS



will be changed this year. The
effect on tourists, they say, is
damaging to trade.

—LE.8.



a 2

When a.woman changes
PERSONALITY

°

TWO well-known women —
Petula Clark and Margaret Lock-
wood — have recently done a
personality switch.

How like the chameleon we
women are. If an unsophisticated
girl falls in love with a man who
likes glamour she will change
overnight to his favourite type.

Sophisticated women seem to

find the switah to wide-eyed
innocence even easier.
PETULA CLARK’S_ change-

over from girlish simplicity to
sophistication brought protests,

In her first appearance after
an American holiday I missed
her soft curly fringe. Her hair-
do is sleeker and brushed off the
forehead.

With this new look she wears
rhinestone drop earrings, a lot
of black, including nylons with
black patterned heels.

Even her make-up has been
“treated”. Now she has a pale
complexion, uses a clear red lip-
stick, which, she says, “is more
effective.”

And with it all goes the New
Voice—lower, more mature.

*

MARGARET LOCKWOOD is

attempting to desert the “Wicked
Lady” for “a more sympathetic,
natural person.”

Her ‘hair is longer and is
dressed in a curled bob, It is
lighter in colour and frames the
face. Make-up is softer.

The lipstick follows more the
outline of her lips and has not
such a hard edge.

In tune are Miss Lockwood's
clothes in her new film; the type
a “well-bred Englishwoman”
would wear rather than a screen
siren.

And again the voice has
changed—richer and pitched a
tone lower,

Are women wise to adapt
personality to suit the mood?

I think Petula Clark in her
natural, unaffected role and



Margaret Lockwood as
sophisticated self are far,
more convincing.

No Sagging

From France comes the long-
sought answer to hand-knitted
swim suits which sag when wet.

An elasticised knitting wool, to
be used only for swim suits, is
coming here next month, It is fine
wool thread twisted. round a
slender elastic base,

MY OPINION: It is heavy to
the ounce, but knits up like
machine-made lastex,

Good—Cheap

Ordinary turkey towe! will
be, the 1952 glamour fabric for
holiday wear. Dyed in brilliant
colours it is practical (needs no
ironing) AND IT IS CHEAP.

Emerald towelling cuffed jeans
sell for under £2. Burgundy
towelling shorts with patch
pockets for £1. A beach brassiere
to matoh, 14s., and a boxy towel-
ling jacket with a mandarin col-
lar in acid yellow and white
—under £2,

Early Rush by Slimmers

The spring slimming craze was
off to an early start this year,
Beauty experts, busy with the
seasonal wax baths, exercises
and massage, thank the mild
winter,

“The rush usually starts in
mid-March,” one expert told me,
“but this year women started
reducing in early February.”

Favourite is Dr. Stephen

Taylors 38-part’’ diet from his
book “Fats and Figures.”

Forbidden: “Everything made
from flour or cereals.”

I asked Dr. Taylor ‘whether
Chinese food, which is mainly
vegetable, is fattening. The
answer: “ » yes.”

“Crispy noodles and rice are
obviously not slimming foods
and chop suey is served with

her
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MRS. FREDERICK MATTA and Mrs, Letty Roberts—their hus-
bands are in the wine and spirit trade—mix their own cocktails

before the Bartenders’ Guild dinner,

sauce made from soya
flour.” So that is out, too,

Perms At Half Price
If you “don’t look a day older
than 21” you can cash in on the
new cut-price-for-teen-agers de-
artment started by a London
rxairdresser. His prices:—
Perms two guineas for a whole

head (four guineas for
adults).
6s. 6d. shampoo and = set

(9s. 6a. adults).
2s. 6d. cutting (3s. 6d. adults).

Angry ‘Square Dealers’

The people who try to get the
customer a square deal, the
Retail Trading Standards Asso-
ciation, are angry with fashion
writers,

The new slub fashion material
which, they say, we call “silk
tweed,” is neither “silk” nor
“tweed.” The official description?
“Rayon tweed effect,”

Have the R.T.S.A. ever heard
of sales appeal? :

It is something that “silk
tweed” has, and “rayon tweed
effect” has not.

After years of synthetic fabrics
I don’t think many women are
taken in these days by a name.

Heels Only

Smart women in Faris are
wearing shoes which seems to
thhave heels only. Uppers are
invisible and are made from
Crystal Skin, a new material
strong but transparent,

Emerald, topaz, and mauve
patent leather is another Paris
spring shoe fashion,

Nylon mesh makes the latest
London shoe news, It is cool, it

doesn’t —_ and is much
stronger t the old fabric
mesh,

The underside of nylon mesh
is flat, smooth, and comfortable
to wear. High-heeled nylon mesh
sandals sell for 69s se



Mrs. Clarke’s Column

@ From Page 6

with a daughter of 16. An old
friend of mine has asked me to
verry The difficulty is that
my ughter and he do not get
on. She says that if I marry this
man, I shall be unfaithful to her
own father—my first husband.”

OU must have a great deal of
tact and patience if you are

to secure true happiness for your
daughter, your husband to be, and
yourself. Postpone marriage until
your daughter feels better about it.
Talk with her on an equal basis
with yourself. Explain to her that
we will fall in love and wish to
marry. She wouldn't want you to
be alone when she is gone, would
she? I am sure she will under-
stand, my dear, and in a little
while will see your point of view.







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‘san YOU Baby and You

' SUNDAY

their own

Peet ee AE

HABIT TRAINING

By SISTER E

When should training in clean-
liness begin? Most of the text
books ad\ise you to hold baby out
at once, But the trend today is be-
coming less strict. Many Doctors
advise beginning at the age of

S5—T7 months when baby is more |
or less able to sit up, On the

other hand it is truly astounding | able elass of Insurance is covered
how early babies can be through the JAMES LYNCH

if you go about it regularly and
methodically.

Real training, in the sense that
the baby can learn consciously to
control his muscles, does not begin
until after weaning. “Potting,”
however, begins right from e@
earliest days, and some fortunate
mothers, by holding their babies
out after each feed, can avoid
dirty napkins for months at a
time. (Wet napkins they cannot
hope to avoid untii well after a
year). The point that is inecreas-
ingly stressed by
psychologists is that training
should never become a misery for
mother or child. A baby should
never be forced to sit on the pot,
or kept there longer than five
minutes. Naturally you will show
pleasure if your beby has done
what he should; and since your
pleasure means a great deal to
him he will try hard. But if he
fails, and above all if he struggles,
do not prolong the scene. Man
babies begin to assert their will
power in just this way, at about

great modern

eight; or nine months; but if just
sat on the pot at the usual times
and treated matter-of-factly with
no comment if they are naugty’,
they soon forget to be difficult.

For holding baby out, sit on a
low chair, place a small chamber
on your knees, put baby on it with
his back well sup by your
chest, one arm slipped over his
chest, the other hand holding his
heels. Do not lei him have a toy
to play with, make him feel that
this is a serious matter.

Whether or not to waken baby
to hold him out at the time you
go to bed depends on him entirely.
If he takes a long time to go back
to sleep it is better to leave him,
even at the risk of being wet for
a considerable time. ith chil-
dren who hardly wake up, per-
form with their eyes closed and
drop off again, it is well worth
while to pot them afd to know

that they will sleep dry and com-
fortable.

When she sees that when she
leaves you for a home of her own,
someone will be there to look after
you. I feel sure she will come
around to your way of thinking
and raise no more objections to
your proposed marriage, I do hope
you will all find true and good
happiness.







NO WONDER
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Home cured BACON (back and
streaky) and HAMS (legs,
shoulders and butts),
grease proof wrapping. Locally
rendered snow white LARD in
lb. packa or tins—all cheaper



than, the product and,
belive you me, delicious! Let
me troduce you to Barbados

Products ting from
their counter’ in meral Hard-

ware Supplies on Rickett Street.
(That bacon — should have
seen my plate !) First thing
after Easter—dial 4918.

a

| Oliver Tractors from the U.S.A.
{available almost at once through
COURTESY GARAGE—these are
full track models with direct
battery start on diesel fuel,
differential steering and a_ 6-
eylinder diesel engine. COUR-
TESY sales of Massey-Harris,
the famous half-track Tractors
are soaring and closely following
is the oll-aaaeee Ferguson (now
available wii full-tracks AND
DIESEL ENGINE). COURTESY
GARAGE — Island Headquarters
for every requirement in modern
tractors and their attachments
have further extended their
service — meet MR,

you know GEORGE CLARKE is

now on the COURTESY staff.

Phone in and tell him your story

—and watah that

jump to life!
*

dead tractor

These patterns
unusual and very, very attractive
and they're specially designed for
our home. This is LAN-
M the felt backed floor
covering in

are new,

you_and
S

ares, strips or
rolls. You lay it down and jhat’s
the end of it. For Tables and
Shelves, the answer is still with
Lancastreum, There are different
widths and all sorts of colours
and designs. You know, of
course, the value of Lancastreum

is uns ssed on the Island?
* ” ”

Outside om Life, every conceiv-

COMPANY LIMITED on Mce-
Gregor Street. Enjoying the
advantages of a direct Brok-
erage connection with Lloyds of
London through their
Henry Hoad & Co,
James Lynch Co. present stand-
ard and often better than stand-
ard rates as the result. Loss of
Profits—Loss of Property—Loss
of Teeth, what matter? Anything
and everything —

possessi

insured your

principals
the

have you

.

Have you a ROVER coming
this Easter? The shipment is due
this week and there’s a beautiful
ROVER for you among those

. two

| top-flight
ractical know-how your servic«
€ worries just don't exist when

SS SSS

PAGE SEVEN

age een

Man About Town

already booked. Hard to think of
so wonderful a car as this with
improvements, but there are!

Complete elimination of road |
noise; much improved ventilation |
and cool air current; heat resis- |
ting silencer shield to further
reduce interior heat and rede-|
signed grill. This very lovely |
automobile sets a standard apart |
it is a magnificent engineering |
achievement and Redman & Tay- |
lor have it.
o * .

This is a m for you:
“A GROUP PENSION PLAN
BRINGS THESE BENEFITS TO

EACH OF YOUR EMPLOYEES

Peace of mind—because he is less
likely to be destitute in his old
age .... his wife and children
are less likely to be in want if he
predecesses them ... his chance of
promotion will be improved by
the super-annuation of older em-
loyees. For preparation of
‘ension Scheme consult Peter de |
Verteville of the Manufacturers
Life Insurance Company, Office,
Lower Broad St., Phone 2845.”

. .

CHERRY CAKES — RAISIN
CAKES—PRUNE CAKES all of
them delectable and sold by the
pot. Naturally this is a
EPHIRIN selection and here are

more—Ginger Cakes and |
Chocolate Cakes. Now what d’you |
think of these — dial 3222 and
have them delivered to your door.
ZEPHIRIN Butter Bread and
Rolls are simply a reminder —
everyone knows how scrumptious
they are. Whether or not you're
thinking in party terms, Zeph-
irin’s Ltd. on Swan Street have
what you want for your table.

+ . .





Heavenly Blue Seas = and;
Twelve Golden Days — halcyon
days with time to play, to laze,
to dine and wine and dance while
travelling among the enchanted
isles of the Caribbean. La Guaira,
Curacao, Cartagena — is there
not magic in the names—magic
for you to hold when you leave
Barbados on the luxurious
French Liner DE GRASSE on
May 6th. For this unforgettable
experience book through the
Agents, R. M. Jones & Co, Ltd
Phone 3814. The cost is extremely
low—you'll be surprised!

a .

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The Village Shop of Stansfeld
Scott Ltd. — no more appealing
Grocery Store anywhere and so

easy to shop in, so spotlessly
> clean. And the stock — look!
BLACK & WHITE SCOTCH

WHISKY, MARTELL BRANDY
and the finest of LIQUEURS ih
Miniatures and Delft Jugs. And
Harvey's BRISTOL CREAM
SHERRY and the famous 3-year
old COCKADE RUM. With
Canned and Bottled Goods, Cig-
arettes, Chocolates and just about

everythin, you're ipasing for.
AND WN PARKING ROB-
LEMS! !




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Burners

3 Burner Model @ $71.87
Also

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With Double Drainboard @ $65.64
complete with waste and overflow

1860

Short
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'y
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10 & 11 Roebuck Street

Incorporated
1926

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PAGE EIGHT

me ee

tte ADVOCATE

BARBADOS

tee J--—







Sunday, April

13, 1952

PASSENGER SHIPS

THE announcement from Canada that
the two remaining Lady liners are to be
withdrawn from service at the end of this
summer has been followed by the news
of the expected arrival in Barbados this
month of Capt. Clarke, Managing Director

of Canadian National Steamships,

The British West Indian territories have
a direct interest in the Canadian National
Steamship lines because they have been
contributing for years £45,000 annually
in subsidies, and the Eastern Caribbean

still contributes £27,000 each year,

The provision of passenger accommoda-
tion on Canadian National Steamships is
in accordance with the Canada West Indies
trade agreement which came into effect in
1927 and was still in force when the war
of 1939 began. The agreement was intend-
ed to last for twelve years and in 1938
Canada gave notice of its intention to end

it with effect from 1940.

This denunciation never became effec-
tive and although Canada has often ex-
pressed dissatisfaction with the existing
arrangement nothing has been done since
1949 when a fact finding committee which,
was fully representative of West Indian,
Governments and af Canadian National
Stedmships met together in Barbados to

discuss the future of the vassenger ser-

vice provided by Canadian National Steam-

ships.

The disadvantages which would accrue
to the West Indies as a result of the Lady
Liners being taken off the run were among
the. many effeciive arguments put forward
by Canada last year when an all out cam-
paign to liberalise trade between the
Dominion and the West Indies was waged.

That campaign resulted in victory for
the Canadian exporters but despite that
victory it seems that the West Indies are
fated to lose the benefits which they
derive from the continuance on the Carib-
bean run of the Lady Rodney and the

Lady Nelson.

What those benefits are may be appreci-
ated from statistics kept locally by the

Barbados Publicity Committee.

In 1951, a total of.1,219 passengers dis-
embarked in Barbados from the Lady

Nelson and the Lady Rodney.

Of these 88 had joined the liners at
Halifax, 150 at Boston and 981 from Ber-
muda, British Guiane and other British

Caribbean ports.

It is important to realise tha

t 1,219

represents the total number of passengers
actually disembarked at Bridgetown. Some
idea of the volume of intransit passengers
coming ashore during stop-overs in Car-
lisle Bay may be obtained from reflecting
that the passenger capacity of the two lin-
ers is approximately 200 in the case of the
Lady Nelson and 120 in the case of the
Lady Rodney. And frequency of calls in
Barbados of these ships is one every eigh-

teen days

Further information is provided by com-
parison between the number of 1,219 pas-
sengers disembarking from the two liners

' in 1951 and the number of 351 disembark-
ing from the three C.N.S. freighters during
the same pericd. Of this latter number
337 embarked in British Caribbean ports.

If the total of 981 passengers disembark-

ing from the Lady Liners in 1951 is added
to the total of 337 disembarking from the
freighters the same year, it will be

observed that nothing less than a fleet of
12 freighters would be required merely to
_ replace Caribbean passenger requirements

at present. This is plainly impossible, and
no one would make such proposals.

Yiet the comparison is warth making
’ because it throws into relief the gravity of

the situation which will arise when the

C.N.S, liners are taken off in. the autumn.

- to the Canadian Parliament this month.

What is going to happen ?






-

'
’

The news that Moore McCormack liners |,
are planning five visits to Barbados this ~
summer is welcomed news because pas-
sengers on those liners will to some extent
recoup the island for the losses which it
is bound to suffer because of the cessation

of visits from the Lady liners.

| But Barbados can take little consolation

| from such knowledge once it realises that
1,219 less passengers will be disembark-
‘ ing here annually and that passenger com-
munications between this island and the
other West Indian territories will deteri-
orate yet further, when the Lady liners

go.

r
>

Even if British West Indian airways

were expanding its services (and this has
not been evidenced in recent years, rather
the reverse) there wouid still remain the
hard core of passengers who will only

travel by sea.

Their number according to the above
quoted figures could hardly be accommo-
dated unless existing freighter passengers

services were trebled.

It seems therefore that the only solution
which can be offered to the withdrawal of

- the Lady Liners is the provision of one or

more passenger carrying vessels of a

4,

|

'

capacity noi tess than half that provided
by the Lady Nelson.

The only other ship approaching this
capacity is the Furness-Withy “Fort
Townshend” which now calls at West
Indian ports once monthly, but not on a
return basis. If two ships of the passen-
ger carrying capacity of the “Fort Towns-
hend” could be put on a North South
regular run the passenger requirements of
the islands—which could then be assisted
by the Alcoa and C.N.S. freighters would
appear reasonably bright.

Can such a solution be found ?

If it cannot then a face-the-facts com-
mittee ought immediately to be appointed
to consider the provision of a minimum
passenger and steamship service for the
Caribbean.

Little hopé can be entertained that the
United Kingdom at this late stage is going
to consider contributing towards a sub-
sidised steamship’ service of the West
Indies. «

Little hope can be entertained that the
Eastern Caribbean which presently con-
tributes £27,000 annually towards the sub-
sidised Canadian National Steamship ser-
vice can increase its contributions by any
large amounts.

Yet it is an axiom that until adequate
inter-island steamship accommodation has
been provided that progress towards closer
association of the British Caribbean ter-
ritories will remain nebulous.

But even without closer association it
ought by now to be apparent to anyone
who thinks, that unless greater inter-
Caribbean trade results in the near future,

rea the area as a whole will continue to suffer

from periodic gluts and shortages of pro-
ducts available within the area.

Great efforts are being made to promote
trade between the islands and mainlands
of the British Caribbean, and individual
territories are adding to their small island
revenues by promoting the export of cer-
tain products. These efforts are already
being handicapped by the paucity of ship-
ping facilities in small islands like Mont-
serrat,.. The withdrawal of the Lady
liners from remote West Indian islands
like Montserrat may lead to its relegation
into the category of inaccessible Caribbean
islands like Saba, St. Martins, Anguilla
and others. ‘

It is futile to continue the discussion of
West Indian federation until a provision
of adequate West Indian steamships has
been arranged. Without ships, talk of
federation is a mockery.

And much more would be achieved by
convening a conference sponsored by the
French-Dutch-American and British met-
ropolitian governments to draw up a
4-nation Plan for improving sea and air
communications between all the territories
for whose benefit the Caribbean Commis-
sion came into being.

x =!
EASTER

IF CHRISTMAS is primarily the festival
of the Christian family, Easter is the festi-
val of the sum total of Christian families.

At Christmas individual families gather
together at a time of peace and goodwill to
welcome into their homes the Holy Child
on whom their hopes of salvation depend.

At Easter millions of Christians scattered
all over the world celebrate the achieve-
ment of that salvation. The Holy Child, the
remembrance of whose forty days of peni-
tential fasting has been remembered during
Lent and who was crucified on Good Friday
nearly two thousand years ago, has risen
from the dead.

Christians at. Easter therefore have
something to rejoice about; something
which takes precedence over all other
Christian festivals.

Christus Vincit. The Saviour of the
world,*who refused to come down from the
Cross, refused to save Himself at the invi-
tation of those who tortured Him with
cruel taunts but whose cry in giving up the
ghost, wrung from the startled Roman
centurion an admission of His divinity,
rises at Easter preparatory to returning to
His father in Heaven. The Holy Child, who
was born in a Manger at Christmas Day,
who was crucified and buried, rises from
the dead, reveals Himself to His followers
and then leaves them in the happy assur-
ance that He has gone back to His father,
in the many mansions of whose House,
they can confidently hope for admittance.
| To-day, Christians in their millions are
turning with renewed prayers and re-
newed hopes to the central truths of Chris-
tianity in which they see the only true
answers to the challenge of atheistic com-
munism.

The hopes of the 19th century progress-
ives of a world gradually growing better
and better, more and more civilised under

the beneficient infiuences of humanism and

science are shattered.
' And today the voice which is raised most
doudly, insistently uncompromisingly in
defence of human freedom, human person-
ality and the rights of man is the Christian
Church against which the planners of all
modern revolutions since 1789 have made
their primary assault.
' The battle which is raging most furiously
in the world this Easter Day is not the
shooting battle in Korea, Malaya, or Indo-
China but the battle of ideas in which two
major contestants are the exponents of
atheistic communism and the followers of
Christ. - che

In this island of Barbados we can count
ourselves fortunate as Christians to enjoy
the blessings of a government which is
committed in the instruments of our con-
stitution to promote Christianity. That is
a blessing which has been withdrawn from
millions of our fellow Christians, for whom
the central fact of their religion will be no
less improtant this Easter day than it is to
us.





































LN ee ee

SUNDAY ADVOCA

Sitting



“In a gudist club you simply
forget you have no clothes on.
Standards of conversation are
higher than outside.”—From
an article by Dudley Barker.

N the club smoking-room, a
male member is entertaining
“a male guest.
How do you like it here?

One has to get used to it. What
happened to the naked old lady
who spilled a plate of scalding
soup down herself?

I didn’t notice she was naked.

I bet she did. And what about
the fat man who dropped an
oyster on his naked stomach
and jabbed a fork into it?

Was his stomach naked?

Didn't you hear him yelling?
I say, is that sonfebody on fire
in the armchair?

I expect a member has dropped
i lighted match on his chest. It
‘requently happens here.
Cigarette?

No. thanks. And who was that
fine, handsome, Junoesque girl

carving chicken at the side
table? Head waitress?

You mean the one with
he,

Yes, that’s the one. With
re
Um?
Well, you know what I mean.
You mean the one with the
ather large flat feet? :
I thought you didn’t notice
things like that in this club?
We are permitted to notice feet.

Growing Girl
“My daughter has suddenly
shot up to 5ft. 10ins. This has
made her awkward in manner
as well as movement... .”-—
A mother complaining to a
columnist

R. GUBBINS, the Fleet-street
quack, writes: —

Vital details are missing here,
vhich makes it difficult to arrive
at an accurate diagnosis.

For instance, we do not know
how tall the girl was before she
shot up to 5ft. 10ins., or if it hap-
pened over a period of a year, six
months, or overnight.

The word “suddenly” suggests
overnight, If this is so, and the
girl was only 5ft, tall the day
before, it is probably a case of
“Giraffe’s Disease”, Which, al-



The British Caribbean are as a
whole, contrary to the common be-
lief, has a diversified agriculture.
This statement made in the re-
port of the Comptroller for Devel-
opment and Welfare, 1951 may
divert attention from another fact
that goes contrary to prevailing
opinion, which is, that Barbados
has often attempted to diversify
its agriculture,

In the Report on the Agricul-
tural and Botanical Departments,
Barbados, for the period 1898-
1907, issued by the Imperial Com-
missioner of Agriculture for the
West Indies, an account of these
attempts is made. There we read
that Semel iets had actually

been al
potatoes and yams to Lond6n. 13
1908 the Army and Navy Stores
ook two barrels of sweet potatoes
ver month and the West Indian
Produce Association five barrels.
The quantities of yams shipped to
‘hese buyers in London were not
specified but the idea of popular~
ising the yam in London was kept
alive and in 1946 I remember see~
ing one on the desk of Mr. Robert
Gavin the then Secretary of the
West India Committee.

The attempt to export bananas
failed eventually because of poor
accommodation on ships taking
them to England. "

In 1902, Messrs W. Pink and
Sons and the Royal Mail Company
(which at first took the bananas
freight free) made an effort lo es-
‘ablish a banana trade between
Barbados and England, In the
vinter months the bananas got to
England in good condition byt
during the hot season large nunt-
bers rotted. An early cold storage
system failed and an entire ¢on-
signment of bananas was lost. A
second system of cold storage
known as Hall’s system did the
rick and “the fruit arrived in
England in good condition, not one
bunch spoiling en route”.

But inter-island competition
soon spelled disaster for Barba-
dos’ bananas, On the next voyage
the Royal Mail Company “leased
1 portion of the cold storage hold
o a gentleman in Jamaica in con-
sequence of which most of the
Barbados’ bananas had to be put
in other parts of the steamer, with
‘he result that of 1,074 bunches
shipped sixty-eight arrived rotten
and over 300 were ‘over-ripe and
spotty’.” .

Jamaica struck the first blow,
but it was Trinidad who finished
us off. “From the beginning of
1905 up to July of tak meee tle
bananas carried in the ships fitted
with cold storage arrived in good
condition.
bananas were shipped in such
quantities from Trinidad that 2
considerable amount of the fruit
intended for shipment from Bar-
bados was excluded from the cold
storage holds and had to be put in
other parts of the vessels”.

It Was a case of “Oh yes, we
have got bananas” but so had
Trinidad and it seems that Trini-
dad like Jamaica had more pull
with the shipping people. The rest
of Sir Daniel Morris’ report reads
like an epitaph for Barbados’
bananas,

“The bananas consequently,” he
writes, “arrived in such bad con-
dition that from October 5, 1905,
to March 31, 1906, the net amount
realised from the 10,439 bunches
shipped during that year wa.
about 2d. per bunch. As the cost
of the crates, packing etc. amount-
ed on the average to Is. 2d. per
bunch, the planters in addition to
losing their fruit had to pay about
1s. per bunch towards the freight
and other expenses. The result of
this was that the growers discon-
tinued shipping and destroyed
their plants”. You can hardly
blame them!

Cotton was a more successful
venture.

In 1902, Barbados had 16 acres
under cotton. A year later, Sir
Daniel Morris and Mr. J. R. Bovell
visited the Sea Islands, studied
their methods and with great wis-
dom purchased about £300 of the
best Sea Island cotton seed. Had
they needed an import license or
some other government permis-
sion Barbados might have been
hampered at the start of the cot-
ton industry because by 1904 ex-

On The Fenee



to export. sweet»

|From July however.

rE

By NATHANIEL GUBBINS to a man of 105 has few advan- |
eane. unusual, is not unknown at tak oy pened a
to medical history. ““Althou a . “i
; : "el Se gh at that age, they will
Sometimes the patient grows at Understand you, if they are still
a fairly easy pace of about two capable of understanding any-
inches a day, which giveg relatives thing; and. although you won't
time to get the builders in for jive much enrtne to - except
structural alterations to the house. ¢ ort things like rial 1 think ¥
When the patient grows at 4 j..cband who is usually sound
greater pace, the situation becomes asleep will make your evenings
as fantastic as a page out of “Alice S° 18" conie :
in Wonderland.” b Pa ;
_ There was the case of a girl « ho “ » 6 7 are
grew at the rate of an inch a Yhin- ine eae nea ee
ee ae her startled family was ~ “ nless abnormal, a man of 97
at dinner. is fii 3 i
; has had his fling, can still be at-
By the time they reached the tractive, if not too hairy, and is
sweet, her head had shot through i); young enough to keep awake
the ceiling. Firemen, working 4) supper time.”
feverishly, were able to cut a hole f
Three A Minute

in the roof before her head went
HE most frightening statistics

through that, too, *
ee we ane I have read for a long time
state that the population of Japan

harm, —_ the best treatment is
$0, remove: DRgaRent as -qtink is increasing at the rate of 1,400,-
00 every year.

as possible to a large building like 0
Unless my sums are wrong, this

the Albert Hall,
Hus'| means that three nasty little
steal need babies, who will grow into nastier

S° many 0 eg Rear lags wre ne little men and women, are born in
young women tha’ e time is ;
approaching when women’s maga- J#pan every minute of the i
zines will be obliged to encourage Ours:
reader interest by pebiishing a What makes it worse is a.re-
may version of that old best-seller, port that the custom of committing
t what age are men most at- hara-kiri is dying out. Japanese
tractive: do not now stick knives in their
satchel eon aen: Oe ey Se inal
being asked by, girls contemplat “his bit of bad news, added to
: , eer vesde the alleged benefits of advance
specialist will be writing before medical Gaaies and modern sani-
long, 7 tation. makes it certain that the
To all of them I answer, ‘Some- majority will survive unless mil-
where between the two is the jions of volunteers go out to
ideal. Japan at once and insult all native
sa Wate tig ech canes: Gane Pe TY Site Viaras”
, a ing any kind of apology or re-
with Wis strong. bristly whiskers Srccs cceest a carving knife.
and vigorous cough, has all the
impetuosity and impatience of Otherwise, the rate of three
youth. Such qualities, however babies a minute will increase until
endearing, can be just a teeny- there are countless hordes either
weeny bit trying to a serious- jumping into uniform to murder
minded girl of 25 who wants to those who are re-arming them, or
settle down to a quiet home life. staying at home to breed like rab-
“At that age they are either bits and imitate every saleable
Leap cregens oo ae commodity, from whisky to Easter
arties or dances night after ni eggs.
= given to moping at home be- According to a New York mes-
cause they feel they have been sage, they have already been cun-
caught in the toils of matrimony ning enough to supply shillelaghs
too young. for St. Patrick’s Day celebrations
‘ s ° in America.
—L.E.S.

“On the other hand, marriage





Yes! We Tried Out Bananas

at a luncheon given in welcome of
Sir Neville Lubbock and Sir Cuth-
bert Quilter, M.P., on January 23,

By GEORGE HUNTE

ports of cotton seed from the Sea
Islands were prohibited.

From 16 acres of cotton grown
in 1902 there were ginned 4,286
lbs. of lint, '

For the season 1903-04 about
800 acres were planted in cotton
and the Barbados Cotton Central
Factory which had been set up en

99. i

“During the last 30 or 40 years,”
said Sir Conrad, “the fortunes of
the colony like those of all the
West Indies have been steadily on
the decline. .. . Land which at 6ne
time fetched a considerable sum

the Pier Head received seed cot- the acre has beeen steadily going
ton which yielded 104,928 Ibs. of down in value until now oF os
lint. searcely worth anything. ... a

ali s* nimi is the cause of the almost total
t ee eee ae ruin which has overtaken Barba-
0 ee Sted ahd ekected dos in common with the entire
we al 3) ee eason 1904-08 about West Indian colonies? . . . It simply
647 ne Soe tl acten with cot. is that the West Indies practically
1, ae te Ww shits rea the Cen- Have no market for their produce.
ion oN at chelived Doar cotton The prices which sugar now brings
fateh yielded 518,500 Ibs of lint, Barely pays the cost of production.
j . 7 * All parties, English statesmen and
On November 1, 1905, the fac- (1) public men admit that the West
5 transferred to the Bar- {t!] public - ee ie
tory Wei ti Cotton Fac- Indies are threatened with ruin:
ae PORE ATER, SS that the sugar industry is pearly
. “ on the point of extinction, an
inPetfig Senan 1908-07. m9 Ms run ogard to Barbados in Rat
ano, d tl lue of the lint cular they are confronted with the
colton and the value awkward political and social prob-
and seed mee £76,376. rare oe lem, what is to become of. our
The; Bean. Season.” Was der Site large and teaming population?
pikes ti ae tet oF 988.443 Those problems have come to
on int a a oaai 775 lbs’ of roost on the shoulders of our gen-
| Ibs. 7% a fo Recvebsed teadi- ¢ration and how unfairly have our
oend. Poca Piast a 1 forefathers been blamed for show-
ly since Mie bi . t oo oy ing no insight or public spirit by
about 6% Pee col en in some of the descendants of the
PHN cee an etfart was Peete ty very Englishmen who presented us
: ? ae : with those problems:
establish an on a au oi Why was the West Indian sugat
Dados and the whole crop Was dis- ,qystzy bene ruined?
, “t Sir Conre $ swer
Pert did not long survive, however, a ag hg she Rang het ge to
because in ie Sree “ee ee try was being ruined from the cir-
Page a re geage ae Gttention cumstances that West Indian sugar
to ae : ; Vv
that planters did not have the time and: aes Bs eagle ose, Me not
to instruct the labourers in the de- possibly, compete in the Englist
tails “2 eget oe emaral market with beet root sugar from
a eacamount, af ie senda: con- Germany ane other ee
sequently the areas planted with Manes ¢ ; We. of aut, must se
Tete oar eacualy ae about to improve our agriculture
tten nian . m4 in 1904 the to increase the output of sugar by
tahasatlon, iy made agricul up-to-date er ete
4 agricul- ; : im
tural instruction one of the ordin- a eated ae ee doemion’ the
ary subjects ot. Wg, se Th beet producers, are doing the same
ination ‘ot “Schools reported thor thing.” What would in the Wes
(ees ke sens ae te, acs eta a
voys’ sc : ~~ March, , tha 000, t
tricts have eaanlisnes a gs allotted to the subsidisation 0*
rg eeerge g ens during sugar produced, i the Unitec
as a e $ . a Le
Peqn 1902 and 1903 Barbados was why it is an axiom,” said Si?
represented at exhibitions held in Gonrad after that memorable
at Sete sent to the luncheon on eas ey
“ t ; " e 5 £
Ruyal Horticultural Society’s Show Aig fet bein ang that the pro-
istactory that a Gold & tc of industry should be freel:
were so satisti En te farbados ducts of industry shou e freely
Eee es Aateaiitel Shows were a a Sap» went a
; e markets 0! idly ve
held. tes a tir Honea at deny most emphatically that it is
POl,end, later “shows “Witte, free trade to put us to compess
lowers, Oe (Park, May. With beet root sugar which far
puis and’ Applewhaite's. ‘The (ror en ie et the start with
. ie re ie ar’
object of the shows was to improve satura ae oe
the material welfare of the peas- “ ang then Sir Conrad in word:
Se TERS SMe oney prises. Ot Stett Coaemite, CADLe ee ter
were awarded for the best exNibits by th West Sine 7
of small stock, poultry, vegetables, “Vugar,” he said, “is an annua)
fruit, starches, honey, Sea Island eyltivation which gives constan
cotton etc. These shows were held employment to the labourins
in different parts of the island so ¢jasses and puts money in con-
= re peeseate chee ae staat sioeulation. Besides that the
might have the adva eo ie est Indies are liable to recur-
object lessons inculcated by the ring storms and hurricanes of
exhibits brought to their doors”. more or less violence, . . . Fancy
This excellent practice is long the fate of large fruit and cocoe
overdue for revival. planters when hurricanes occur
Meanwhile, experiments to im- uprdoting the largest trees, just as
rove the Se aa a a they demolish Soe ae spread
een carrie out continuously desolation in a trections. . . .
since 1884 and = _— ss Cane wager is the natural produc”
propagation began to be used. of the West Indies and when the
All this activity is interesting jabourer plants his cane and it is
enough if come A to gage bony ill- made into sugar at some omnia
inform statements sometimes factory ... he must find a market
made by the armchair experts that for it where he can obtain such a
Barbados ought to have had a price as will recoup him for his
more diversified agriculture. It is lahour and the-cost of production
not for want of trying: and while He can no more do this than the
Seta. a mgree ene os large sores when, be is en-
educational policy has rec countere: sy bounty fed sugar.’
years been drifting away from the To-day conditions are changed
land yet there are reasons | why and the United Kingdom pays us
prt py - eee ae papfsuntely for = ees, She
es y Of SUfa as richly pal as not always doe so and may
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improved living standards which production of basic foods, but
are quite wrongly attributed by don’t let us suppose that withe::
some to political action. Our pros- a high price for our sugar we ca
perity to-day is due to the constant go on living at this “high rate
demand during the war and after merely by having another go at
for our major product sugar diversification. We can’t. But we

Sir Conrad Reeves put sugar in can do mo

e than we’re doing now.
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BARBADOS ADV‘ m SATE







PAGE NINE



SEISMIC EXPLORATION AND B’DOS

With charges of dynamite being



he ficial vibra 1S pro- hole has been drilled te date, in
exploded at sea, holes being drilled lay » exploded dy: he spite of the difficulties initially
all over the Island by a portable : encountered.
drilling rig, surveyors appearing photograpn recordings
on the tops of hills with two-way t} obtained require intricate : 3. The reflection method which
radics and transits, and thousands technical interpretation by ex- ate apples obtained abso-
of feet of wire cable being laid perts trained in this difficult field aifMaalt cebeantin totaal
down eee the Jand we then As implied above, Seismic pros- ' be applied. Since this latter
= errs = and oa oe pecting may he divided into the method requires much greater

mewhere else, many ople are reflection method

ecnfused and do not understand

what is taking place. This article

and the refrac-

tion method. The reflection method

operating space, another problem
arcse—Barbados was just not big

: requires smaller charges and gives enough, more room was needed.
has been prepared in the hope . more detailed map of smaller hus, although some land shots
that it will serve as an explana- features than the refraction meth- were still needed, it was neceg-
tion of all these activities, and as od. Also, the detectors are placed sary to extend the programme
an introduction to some of the much closer to the shot points into the sea and it is questionablé,
methods involved in seeking for than in the refraction method. In indeed, whether detailed seismic
new oil fields, the reflection method the com- work has ever before been at-
A Seismic. survey, such as is x $99$3GO859650606500000" hs in such exposed, de®
currently being carried out in 7
Barbados, is a method of in- x By The Schooner Sanshine RK,
vestigation in which physics and x =

mathematics are applied to solving
structural problems in the depths
of the earth, In Barbados one is
confronted with a situation in
which seven-eights of the land
surface is covered by a mantle of
coral rock, while the rocks which

S Robert W. Bell

PLLC LLL LES LEL POCPCSS SO,

AAPSLSA EPS

pi ional waves
most vertically

are reflected al-
from the ditfering

together with one or more large
motor launches, were chartered
for these offshore operations. Two
surveyors on widely spaced land
locations follow the. schooner
through their transits and advise
the schooner captain by radio

reflecting layers as is light whiecn where to proceed and when to
lie below the coral, wherever is shone on a mirror, In the res stop, The heavy dynamite charges
exposed, (chiefly in the Scotland fraction method, on the other (sometimes as muchas three-
aistrict) are highly folded, broken h , the compressional waves art quarters of a ton) are then low-
and contorted. For these reasons bent by progressively denser and ered over the side and flo>ted
it is very difficult to predict what more elastic rock layers, which —— Wee ee erty. we
may be expected with depth. The generally occur the deeper they rn on ot rum. th Rhee Ned sh
attitudes of the layers of rocks, go down until they again are Siieed "6 oe een ae 1 309
whether arched up into ridges or turned upwards at considerable paye ut to a di e

sunk into depressions, cannot,
with certainty, be located from
examination of the surface alcne.

distances away from the explosion
and come back to the surfice to
be picked up by the detectors,

feet or more. When the dynamite
charge, which hangs suspended
200 feet below the drums, is finally







7 ore ; minoeuvred over the exact loca-
Now is well-known that oil The charges of dynamite, which tion, it is fired electrically. This
fn pes OE steelers Witten LOADING DYNAMITE INTO SACKS. Approximately 200 Ibs. in each sack: ‘This is then attached produce the artificial vibrations of A proces fas been, repeated rua
f ; 7 to a rope of 200 ft. long and suspended by means of oil drums fioa. compressional waves, are usually $HOT being fired from the schooner “Sunshine R” about 4 miles off three hundred times to date, wi
prevent it from further migrating P & pended by ting in the sea, discharged within the earth in total nditure of dynamite.
: . sn a Jay , North Point Lighthouse. This is the explosion of 1,500 Ibs. of ®, ‘otal expenditure o *
or. escaping to the surface, It was aaa it ‘rect’- name, deals a I 2 ; : holes drilled by specially construc- at this writing, of over 170 on
obvious from surface examin.tion Science its correct name, deals ight waves normally travel in filters, to emphasize desired fre~ toq portable drilling rigs mounted Dynamite. : The Seismic survey ot Barbados
of Barbados that some method With the compressional Waves «I straight lines as evidenced by the quencies and discriminate against on lorries or trucks. However, if . ‘ is noW about fifty per cent. com=
would be required which would Vibrations created in the earth peam of a flashlight, and we all ell others. The output of the pocessary, the charges miv also be Proximity of houses and other cuttings and flushing them out of plete, but it is expected that the
throw light on the underground either naturally by vulcanism etc., have daily seen light reflected amplifiers is recorded on rapidly exploded under the surface of the Constructions, necessitated the the hole, The goral rock of Bar- remainder should be completed
(subsurface) structures, and a °F artificially by the explosion of from polished surfaces, On the moving photographic paper. Time water at sea, greatest possible care in locating bados is so porous and bia Nee a dart at a more rapid rate than here=
Seismic survey was consequently dynamite. As in the case of light other hand, to most of us, the }ines are printed on the paper at the shot points where the dyna- that the mud pumped me he tofore, beonuse most of the mitial
initiated. waves, the compressional waves phenomenon of refraction is less jntervals of one-hundredth of a Since May 1951, Independent mite would be exploded. This ob- nels sitnely, disappearert, and om physical and. technical problemi
It may be said here that the have velocity, frequency, inten- well understood, though it pro- second so that “any arriving Exploration. Company, Limited, V ously limited the areas where ae tatu nee me Pe ne Rabe bea anlven
Seismic method of prospecting is Sity, phase and direction and may bably has often been observed, impulse may be timed with am Under contract to Barbados Gulf work could be done and, in Ren- further drilling e worse.
credited with the discovery of Undergo reflection, refraction and Refraction of light refers to the écuracy of hs to one-thousandth Oil Company, Limited, has been a Nayar joey the normal pro- stickinur ne aan AY chs pe Here again, it must be stressed
more oil fields than any cther absorption. bending of light rays that occurs of q second. To return fora conducting a detailed Seismic cedure of the operation. This problem was finally overcome that the Seismic method gives a
geophysical method. It isa pros- The terms used in the aove when light, travelling at an angle moment to the geophones or SUfVvey of Barbudos. Many feland 2. ‘The drilling of shot holes in } eas of a newly developed Picture of deep underground struc«
ecting method that may roughly paragraph may soynd rather to a surface of contact, passes detectors, it should be pointed out 4¢ eoblems peculiar to thé Islan; the coral formation has itself pre- mt i of irilling in which a tures, but cannot tell whether oil
PE Caribeeett with optics in that technical to those unfamiliar with from one medium, such as air, to that these instruments are So sen- ped be i att as Se: a sented. problems Jn Barbados, ins taree Woliaite ‘of Tei crac nies is there or not. The picture obtain-
Bath scion with energy the, Study ee et Ther feaete wil hae anak stan’ ative to tbratton that the wind {OM Saignggans POM 8 Scmucn'as normal dela tote™ eee ned clean oe Blog oak tetas the Teetin of. l
propagated in the form of waves. such readers wl ~ Brees al i »P . hana M ttt tl Ra in the canefields, rain, passing dures would not work, Normally, the hole., A. Jarge air compressor tt Ps, ub oa vay ding
Cptics deals with light waves, are not unfamiliar with the actua parent pent ina stick Ww hic 1 is cars or even pedestrians, and surf 1. The great density of the drilling is done with a heavy mud Was brought into the Island for out wheth er ete eating 1
while seismology, to give the phenomena. We ail) How that Salers tn he. Se ak edriiat cn a nearby coast can‘ interfer@. population, and the resulting »s a means of raising the rock this purpose. Some 41,602 feet of Said traps is by deep drilling.
é ears oO 2c e a e 201n









wnere it enters the water. Light ; - . : ~ . Sat "
travelling from air to water at an Cag : =

angle to the surface is bent down-
ward in the water because it
travels more slowly in the water;
however, compressional waves
denser medium because such a
usually travek more rapidly in a
denser medium because such a
denser inedium is generally more
elastic. Thus compressional waves
are refracted upward as_ they
travel at an angle to the surface

of contact from less dense to
enser materials,






The Seismic niwthod of prospect-

ing may rcughly be considered as
a method of taking © pictures 6f
underground structures, u



The food

for family
fitness

compressional waves in the
of hight wave Charges of ayna-
mite are exploded at judiciously
selected shot points and the refiee-
tions or refractions pro uced at
contacts cf layers of differing
with differing properties of
y, water conten ete are

place




Marrnite is a good dietary source
recorded at a number of points by } of Vitamin B. A little added to
sensitive recording instruments. Stews, Soups, Sauces, Gravies
These instruments are known as

and Savoury dishes gives extra
flavour and nourishment. Chil-
dren love Marmite—especially
in Sandwiches of every variety

geophones or detectors and they
convert the mechanical energy of
the coOmpressicnal waves into

electrical energy. The geophones SR OS SO ae
are strung out on a cable leading | in jars: | o2:, 2 of,

to a recording unit which is housed CGE © Oki, TO OR

in a truck. The electrical im- |

pulses are carried from the | -

geophones along“the cable to the

recording unit and are fed into



specially constructed amplifiers,
which act not only to increase the
intensity of the impulse but alse
allow the operator, by means of

Dominica Needs Good Officer For Agriculture

This has been ut

THE INDEPENDENT Exploration Co's Recording fruck in the field.
truck which pick up the vibration can be clearly seen.

THIS shows instruments inside the recording truck which makes the
records of the blast.

The cables leading from the





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acre are



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r . = ata ~ per inica could have increased her for the Government in that con- dustry.

_ Mr. St. George Cooper, Super- colony sare oe Se said, is due to the natural drain- banana productfon very consider- néction by the Agricultural Adviser to the |

ansendene Ae e se are Sea eerie ae ee fit ns, age of the country. Thee is not ably because conditions are fav- Dominica is not a good livestock Comptroller for Development and

inica, told the Advocate Thursday cope with Pai ponents much water logging as every- ourable for the growth of the country and there is a shortage Welfare and he thought it a step

toe ees é es Limes are their main crop which thing is on the slope and the sur- crop.” of meat, milk, eggs and even fish which was well worth consider- ®

expansion depends, pipens ower is < edie rapidly and there is face waters are faken away and they must do something to- ing. |

things, on the efficiency of the e stn nrtt for budded limes rather quickly. The island has a good commer- wards the goal of self-efficiency He said that Dominica is in- |

Agricultural Department, and that are a at able of resisting As far as bananas are concern- cial source for the Lacatan variety Although they cannot get there, terested in the group formation of

Government is trying to build it a lehene Th eand for oranges ed, he said that the Government ‘which is the one now used for he felt that it was far better to the peasantry and, fishing devel- | Be B
up as much as possible by means ars 2 fruit ante has prac- is working in close co-operation export. It has the advantage of make a start rather than go on opment. Being a land of fresh |

of good, efficient and extensive Heated eet oa everyone is With the Banana Association and not being susceptible to Panama paying high prices for those rivers and fresh water, if they | ; F
services largely financed by Co- ones ec tide on limes F ; the Antilles Co., Ltd., who provide Disease, articles which are very essential, could exploit that successfully,

povaend Development and eens He said shat the price of KNme oil the shipping facilities, He said that the Government The present price of cattle, the fish farming, might make a very |

unds a .



lans t ‘lude a Soil Conserva- , f fre ates and t ’ 4 1
Sie. Coopae aun represented the “is extremely high” and they are plans to include a Soil Conserva question of freight rate and the important contribution to the fooc

Recently, proposals have been

IN A FINE









|
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re: tion Scheme which is very im- question of marketing good cattle, supply. |
Government of Dominica at the hoping that it vee ets submitted for providing credit portant to Dominica, and which is ate matters whic are causing He sald that s‘fae approach to
Fisheries , Conference at Kent a ad aduuntey on a sound foot- facilities for some growers of basic to the success of the colony’s some difficulty and Dominica industrialisation of their products
House, Trinidad, last month, has put the industry on a s bananas, They are also hoping to agriculture. The planting commu- might eventually have to rely on had been made with the estab-
been visiting some of the islands oe ninica is a fairly divérsified institute banana competitions nity is responding quite well to the goat industry for her milk lishment of a canning factory by a =
fn the Caribbean studying the tity rae om fitior to limes, they Which should stimulate interest in their efforts. supply. private foreign company and |
livestock conditions, haves Ga a a Sa hicelii ia ‘cocoa the industry. Government also has plans for There is, however, the possi- Dominica is one of the few places |
: ’ Pea litte cd nk dectina. Senin of the cocone “Had it not keen for the diffi- livestock development and that bility of bringing in Semen by air in the West Indies which export-
He said that minica, 28a ls ati ; are about the best culty of transport and communi- why he has been visiting the from the Sahiwal strains in Trin- ed canned bananas—a very excel-
oe rugied cours Ceaaer te Taide West Indica ce for ap ields cations.” Mr. Cooper said, “Dom- islands On _a purchasing mission idad to improve their cattle in- lent product.
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PAGE TEN

Jamaica Newsletter

Attrtal
Survey Of J’ca
Arranged

KINGSTON Jamaica, April 7.

Messrs, Av D. Little, Inc., United
States firm of industrial consul-
tants have. etteréd into a 10-
month contract with the Jamaica
Government . to undertake an
industrial survey of the island's
potentialities.

Members of the firm, including
Mr. A. G. Haldane, formerly
attached to the Department of
Commerce in the United States,
are at present in the island earry-
ing Out the initial stages of the
survey

This is*the second big industrial
plamning project undertaken by
the’ Government in the past
month. e* International
for Recohstriction and Develop-
ment already has a five-man
mission in Jamaica mapping plans
for indus development.

In the~ ntime Government
has estéiilfshed an Industrial
Development Corporation to be
financed -from island revenue.
under the .chairmanship of Mr
Neville Ashenheim, solicitor and
company aipertor.

* . ~

export price of sugar
this year,

Althougi the export price hasr
been increased, the Jamaica Ex-
ecutive Council has decided or
representations from the Suga
Manufacturer’s Association tha
deductions for the priee stabilisa~}
tion fund, the capital - rehabilita-
tion. fund and the sugar workers
welfare fund should not be in-
creased over the 1952 level.

ars * *

At present in Jamaica on a
location” Survey i$ a four-man
teaWF seht here by. Paramount
pictures, Inc. ;

The team is interested a}
“South Sea” location.

Paramount Pictures,

in

it is re-

ported, plans to spend approx-¢

imately two million dollars ing

Jamaica this year for the filming)

of a number of motion pictures.
a * *

Mr. Allan F, Rae, West Indies
Test, Cricketer, who returned to
the -jsland recently after
of Australia and New Zealand.’
was_admitted last week to prac-
tice as a barrister-at-law in the
Supreme Court.

Mfr. Rae was called to the Bar
at the Inns of Court, London, on
Nevember 27, last year,

* * .

Dissatisfaction has been ex-
pressed locally over the appoint-
ment of Mr, John McLagan,
O.BE., to be Collector General
of Jamaica, Local opinion has
favoured Jamaica-born Mr. Hugh
V. Lewis. Deputy Collector Gen<«
eral, who has acted in the higher
post on several Occasions.





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colonial territories and on his re-
tirement from the Colonial Service
was -appointed Inspector General
of Customs and Excise in iraq. He
was. subsequently Chairman of
the CustOms Union Commission of
the British West Indies, and his
present appointment is said to be
connected with the institution of
a Customs Union in these terri-
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THE LIVES OF HARRY LIME | Lt Ar gil a





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THE GOLDEN FLEECE _ SOCIALLY

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@ queer story, no matier how you

Jook at it. It begins with a bull- m

fight and onto with a naval en- | A SHIP OF GOLD | I Meet General Wei
ement Yhitia, Sea. | . y

There's a unseen 0: it of ek | | Then she said: “I’m taking you|

Have you ever known a girl with | Ale ay Ve oo - ne

? Stick around. A
velow eves? & 3 . name, It’s General Weil. He was
it all started in a little Spanish governor of one of the largest |

seaport, and like every town in | southern provinces.

Spain there's a bull-ring. “The general is planning to re- |
don’t know how you fee trieve the lost provinces. Lue!

about bull-fights but if it is Sun-

‘ily,
he is a rieh man. He had many |
day in Spain it’s a little hard t
stay away from them.

investments in Tangier. It was my
A bull-fight in Spain is like an

mission to bring him some of his |
opera in Italy. It’s the only thing

ing

* “My name is Harry

Lime ” The man

who said that lived—and

and died—in the half-world
Vienna.

wealth, which will be needed in
the coming war, I think you have |







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in the country that start: time. Harry Lime lived on the guessed what happened to the |
I'q been cording oor ay peal rin until the day he stop- Baron von Koen a j
fish and beer, so I only got there pe ose » Oat weet I said: a think the Baron had |
f second faena. * a wife a s wife |
"paldathve “ane in the ring. Harry Lime had lived man bumped him off.”
I’ve never been one of his fans. lives, each packed with ad- “He was a gréedy man. I had)
Too much ballet dancing for me venture, reason to suspect that he planned ,
and : a bi ee ti to take part of the gold for him- |
But we won't go into that, Sol: New they esa be told, | self.’
. - Barbados vocate “ ”
datito is dedicating the bull. He sseeme them amhahrens ‘Ses Harty. Gold, bars bought
i Gas wae ie fo the in this new series. Today’s | in Tangier. That’s why I —_
; story is “The Golden Fleece.” | tell you earlier, It wow ave
For the first time I glanced at ~ been too much of a temptation.

her—and the glance freezes into
a stare. She has very dark red
hair, very pale ivory skin and
very bright yellow eyes. I mean
really yellow. Like a cat’s, This
kid could stop traffic on the In-
dianapolis speedway.

The Kill But I Was Jealous

THE bull-fighter turns, tosses
hig hat to her in the classical
gesture over the shoulder, «and
moves out into the sunlight to-
wards the bull. But as far as I’m
concerned, the bull-fight is over.
For the lady spoke to me.

“It is very pleasant to feel
your eyes upon me, Senor,” she
Baid. “I adore being stared at.
But just now, don’t you think it’s
@ bit disrespectful to our friend
Soldatito?”

T said: “He's no friend of mine.
And if he’s a good friend of yous,
Senorita, permit me to inforn
you that he is my enemy.”

“That was a graceful speech,
Senor. 1 ,adore it when men fight

7

over .

“Senorita, fighting over you
would be a pleasure. When do I
begin? How about now? Whom
shall I take on—the man or the
Lull?”

The crowd was yelling, and
said: “I think you need not
ther about the bull. Look!
t was a _ beautiful — kill,!
Wasn't it? The bull kneeled like a
Penitent at his feet. The beast
seemed to be asking the torero’s
pardon.’

“It should have been the other
Way round,” I growled,

“Ah, you are alreuly jealous.
I adore that, Mr..... What is
your name?”

“Lime. Harry Lime.”

“J will call you Harry. Teil
me, Harry, what are you doing
in Algeciras?”

I grinned. “Oh *. . export,
‘ rt... but I dabble in lots
of’things....”

“What a pity!
myself to hope you were a Sailor,
T am here with my yacht, Per-
haps you have seen it in the
harbour. A big three-master with
a black hull. We have lost our
captain. It happened quite sud-
denly ...I am very sorry you
aren’t a ship’s captain.”

I said: “Would you believe it,
I was a ship’s captain, but my
master’s papers are in Barcelona.
Tll have somebody bring ‘em
down by train tonight.”

I needed that job too much,
and of course she knew it. That
season I was a little frayed about
the seams, I "phoned a friend, a
forger up in Barcelona, and made
artangements to cook up some
papers and rush them down to
the coast. Then TI changed into
my. best shirt—the other one-
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ifter the bull-fight.
She was there, all right—-with

Soldatito. I gate-crashed. the
party, every inch the brash
American. Ag ] had hoped, the

bull-fighter didn’t like it. He said:
vou are a shabby American
pig, and I spit at you”!
KNOCKOUT
And I Land a Job

I BROUGHT my right up, fast.
It connected solidly, and Solda-
tito did a back-flip among the
tables and crockery, Then he lay
still.

I said: “Does he look penitent?
Does he look as if he were asking
my pardon? Now suppose you
give me your name?”

She put her arm into mine and
moved away from the wrecked
table. “I am the Baroness von
Koenigwald,” she said. “But you
will call me Nadya.” .

The next morning I had the
forged papers and the captain’s
job safely in my pocket.

Nadya told me we were going
to Hong Kong. Luckily. I'd
thought to bring along a little
help, The help’s name was (of aii
things) Sidney Carton. He was an
unemployed smuggler, and I
figured he was crooked enough
so I could trust him.

But he was a real sailor and
he covered up for me, doing all
the real work while I welked
around in my blue jacket, with
the gold buttons trying to look
jmportant. Naturally Sidney
wasn’t doing this for love, but
since I didn't have any money
I found it necessary to kid him
that we were carrying contra-
band and that he’d get his share
in the profits.

And as it turned out, the con I
was handling out to persuade
him not to jump ship in Panama
was getting a look like con every
day. Something about thig trip
was fishier than all the fish in
the sea, I didn’t know what,
but I was keeping my eyes open,
Then one night, quite late, be-
eause the Moon was down, Sidney
came to Me as I was finishing a
cigorette up deck,

bade . I found it he
‘whispered urgently. “The con-
traband. Under the floor-boards.
I know what we're carrying now,
‘Arry, and itd knock your eyes
out Amazing! That’s what it is,
amazing!

“O.K., old man, O.K.,” I said.
“Spill it.”

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says ‘Emergency Only’?”

I gripped his wrist. “Hold it a
minute!”

“What's wrong?”

“I thought I heard something
oo i

“—-and also I found out about
the captain, 'Arry. 'E was a naval

officer for ’Itler, Oh, a very “igh
and mighty mucky-muck in ie
Nazi Navy. ‘Is name was von
Koenigwald.”

That shook me. “Von Koenig-
wald” I repeated. But that’s
Nayda’s—”

“Right, ’Arry. "E was ’er “us-
band! This is a rum go, if I ever
seen one. Now you take the ex-
plosives. They’re all wired up
and set to go. This isn’t a ship.
It’s a bomb! And as for what
we're smuggling—”

I checked him again: “Shut up!
There is somebody listening”

I moved across the deck to-
wards the deep shadow of the
chart house, Somebody was stand-
ing there. It was Nadya.

She said invitingly: “It’s too
hot to sleep. Keep me company,
Harry. I’m lonely.”

Mate Vanishes But We

Made It

Next morning I was awakened
by a thunder of knocking on my
cabin door. I yelled: “Come in!”

Matthews, the second officer,
entered, He said: “I want to talk
to you, sir, Mr, Carton is gone.
We've searched everywhere, very
thoroughly, but there’s no doubt
at all. Mr. Carton is not on this
ship!”

I still don’t know how we made
it into port. The trick was to
keep the second mate guess-
ing that I couldn’t tell
from a bosun’s whistle,

Luckily, a little boat came out
to meet us with the harbour pilot.
But it’s a long haul fréin Panama
City to Hong Kong, and much as
as I liked Na 6-c o m-

The ship is lined with gold. Half
a million dollars’ worth.”
You know thosé Chinese ships
that look like some kind of cross
between a Spanish galleon and a!
floating chop-suey store?~ Well, |
pretty soon we came up to the |
biggest and gaudiest on the river. |
We were helped on board with a}
lot of Oriental fanfare and I gath- |
ered that in a minute we were fo- }
ing to be presented to His Nibs, |
the war-lord himself. |

I was right. There was another |
outburst of Chinese music, and |
then he strode in—a burly, broad- |
shouldered, handsome man in the |
early sixties, as nearly as you can
tell the age of any Oriental. He |
wore a well-cut lounge suit and aj
Panama hat, |

He greeted Nadya in Chinese |
and she replied in the same tan-
guage. Then, in English, she said:
“This is General Wei—Mr. Harry
Lime. Harry, may I present my |
father?” |

I know you've heard. about
sharks’ fins and birds’ nest soup,
but I'll bet you never kfew a
Chinese banquet can last seven |
and a half hours. Well, this one |
did—with eating all the way. |

Along about the fortieth course
the general asked ‘May I offer you
some more rice wine, Captain!
Lime?” |

“I’m afraid I’ve had too much |
already, general. Tell me, I know |
this may sound a little rude, but I |
can’t help wondering—is Nadya |
really your daughter?” |

“She is my only child. Nadya's
mother was a White Russian |
refugee. I met her in Cheefoo and |
made the mistake of marrying her. |
Nadya, however, is no mistake. |
She is my very precious jewel, Mr. |
Lime. I thank you for taking such |
good care of her.”

There was a sudden disturbance
and then Nadya cried: ‘Father!
Father! The boat—our boat with
all the gold in it—it has vanished!”

She wasn’t kidding. we
were in there, stung Ot tee
some had made with the

yacht. ord came to us it Was
going downstream towards the
open sea.

"The general shouted orders, and
in a matter of minutes we Were
all in the speedboat again and the

pany I think I would have auit bow wave was drenching Us as we
the job if ; hadn't managed to tore after the yacht. soon As
make a good deal with young we got within hailing distance, the
Matthews. weneral yelled: “ there,
Golden Fleece! Come about and
I showed him some papers I prepare to receive us on or
carried proving I ra a secret we open fire!”
ative from the F.B.I. and ex- There was a pregnant silence.
Geret that Be ee gever up Thén our two m e-guns
me the ‘arton had been opénéd up, to be

5
doing before. By the time we
out of the Canal on the Pacific
end, I had everything pretty much
under control,

It was late in March when we
sighted Hong Kong. A speedboat
came roaring out to meet us. Nadya
and I rode in it upriver for a good
half-hour before she took it into





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FIED ADS PUHLIC SALES LOST & FOUND Go ER N G NOTICES
® Gtinttaanetiinalatdnsinticeead - ATTENTION is drawn to the Control of Prices (Defence) (Amend- } — Ss
ich will be published in the Official) USTRALIA The M.V. “CACIQUE Del §
TELEPHONE 2508 REAL ESTATE LOST ment ) neo ai oe a ee » | ee, Soren alan, aw ARISE will accept Cargo ana 3
i Gazette of Thursda. " *s : ; @LAN.Z. LINED Passengers Lucia, Grenada.
2 : * |__| _ HUB CAP: One Dodge Car Hub cap. 2. Under this Order the maximum wholesale and retail selling gnd Aruba, and Passengers only 3
= : 7 . | Rewa s . SS. “TEKOA" 1 scheduled . ; turday \
BIRTH FOR SALE BUNGALOW *— A handsome, newly sce Ld Coleridge "Serect, 5 Canned” are as follows: — . Pm. ed Cais ba stitsciieeiaes nnn | built bungalow with all modern conve. : 11.4.522n | pices of “Herrings dietician ‘March ‘Bris. The M.V. “DAERWOOD" will ¥
. ODING — On 15th Mareh, UTO) niences, standing on about 7 squar 2 — March - :
= - Succctenery. to Myra _ (née A MO ies }feet of iand at The Lodge, with a wonder- WHOLESALE PRICE mapas: = seers an 2nd and ‘Barbados St. Lueta, Grenada, Aruba, and x
Ghecks). wife of Winston 1. Weed- | ~~~ aa pileage 16,000. Owner |fup view ov er the wrest cone, aati PUBLIC NOTICES ARTICLE (mot more than) (not more April 25th. . Fassongues only for St. Vincent, %
¥ irl, £ Hedy. Oe eas Also three fine sir © buildin; or In addition general cargo this ves- i Wednesday 6th inst 8
ing, a girl, for 13.4.582—1n. | driven, in first class condition ae adjoining. Appsy to CECH. MILES. : sel has ample space for chilled and hard The M.V. “"MONEKA” will ac-
ee — | Dial 2518 or 4367 13.4.52—12n HERRINGS—Canned $19.20 r case of | frozen cargo. Ss cept Cargo and Passengers for
Me GARTNEY — On April Sith, 1863. CAR—Ford Anglia in perfect condition. | ~ NOTICE 48 x lb. tins or ; Dominica, Antigua, Montserrat, %
oie er eis nas Cortney of. Crass | apoty BN. Rosth, Cuffs Plantation, | HOUSES—Two Chattel Houses one (3) PARISH OF ST. JOHN $4.92 per doz. tins .. | 44c. per tin ene” ar aeek, co aren Bae ett Nevis and St. Kitts, Sailing Priday
wife of Cecil Mc e . om, 91-12. ee te ane ae ees ¥ both’ days ‘ ch * windwara Ni (
Meneame: Feneres, Ble t A ee | Sh Ley. oe. SNe 26.00 | Alleyne, "gond wergain, oct quickly [tnditalter the oice el the Patechiat $18.24 per case of Erie, Cates, Renae sank The MV. “CARIBBEE” will
DIED |“Ganome U) Marte 8 Car, Good J” oe Dar#ain, act austin. |Sreasure will be opened on Saturdays 48 x 154 oz. tins or "Par id iltaadhcns ak, Dominten, Antigua, Metirensor
CAR—One iI) jorris . a Y : - or _ + ‘Trat,
a | condition. ABOUt 30,000 miles. $700.00. | om Ry S. FRAZER, $4.68 per doz. tins.. |42c. , » FURNESS WITRY o Nevis and St. Kitts; Sailing ¢
CONNELL — On April 12th. 1952, at the | Phone 2031. 8.4.52—Sn me CHANCERY SALE ie Parochial Treasurer. Tiebae co., LTD., Monday 28th inst.
Hospital, (ate engine | ~ ——_——— t Registrar's Office, » St. John. a case 0

= of the Government Water! “\rorRIS PICKUP- Presently in use at/ ings, on Friday, 18th April, at 1.45 DM. | 1) 4. 62—an “ae Pt tins or | and ASSOCIATION (INC)

Boat), Garfield Connell, His funeral] 9) ocy Garage — License No. M--1194 | Dweillinghouse called “AVEDON” stand * | DACOSTA @ Constgnee Tele. 404

leaves his late residence, ee Dial 4616 — Courtesy Garage an |i, 07,1 Food of land at Upper cour. “BARBADOS Cl CIVIL SERVICE $3.01 per doz. tins .. | 27c. . » co., 22. - 4087

8 ee 1: 6.05-"6 [aeene Beek 00. See Be = i POSSSSSS99696555465:

S'S oo casts for the ae a een pae hove ectrapes. to ie eine ees ASSOCIATION $10.00 per case of Lio) Pac La apy ee rn el ele enanetme nome eee ee

» Cet y. Friends are asked | ~~~ t Van in good | Electricity and Governmen' = DIVISION IL. .
1a atend Connell widow), Mre (shaper, ew ter pew Dattery. “A [ataled “inpeeuon “on applcaion to omnes ip PREMO™ he ne ' $2.39 perdon tins 28» » __| Canadian Nat} i
ll (widow), Pe. ; one . Dial 0163. | Yearwoo joyce, 5 I of the B.C.S.A. M ‘ <% de) ES t
ane Gonmell mother), Mr. \gd-|Dargain. Reasonably Priced. “Dial, 016. | Year SRAM EES ad es tee ot a aa es Deere eee eran ational Steamships
7 rousin), Mrs. ne am 4%.
oe eins) ake Ester “FOR SALE ON BXCHANGE LAND—£,640 square feet of oa a Va Poveday, the IKK of 9th April, 1952. vt ah cnt ee lien Rimaininttaie denidesn i-
oo. ~Â¥ a Ford or | Sobers Lane, Bridgetown, adjoinin " ti f =0-
ape te Awan Vane aiteoanee ‘will be consid. | Jands belonging to the estate of T A. ” ean gets Divine Mr RY. j invited for appointment to the post of Clerk— SOUTHBOUND Satis } :
aa _————— | ered on either side. Also a number of | Herbert, (deceased). Parris, Applications are Mo. Sate Sans Arrives Salls
THANKS | Ford Parts .oo0 numerous for listing. | The above will be set up for sale a (ii) Any other bulsiness. Peasants’ Loan Bank. ' LAD’ ntreal Halifax Boston B’dos B'dos
Le eee ee ene Ta tain | aay of Ape) eo 0 eta. an ane Cleat ?. 1. Conte, 2. Candidates (males) must be in possession of a School Cei-| -ADY Roma ahem ae a gt AOE Bam ts Ap:
— ed 3 u . §2—2n | day c _a . é e 5 : i ne 2 oe a 4
ALBYNEA We, the undersigned, desire | ch. Ch 4 |the undersimed, Lucas Street, Bridge-|__ 0 Mon. Secretary. | sate or @ certificate of equivalent standard. that of the | CANADIAN CRUISER | dee | ae a Apr. 38 "A:
TOU tases who suenced ers a RBADOS MUTUAL LIFE { this post will be similar to that of the TAN CONSTRUCTOR., 9 12 May — 31 Ma ay
those who attended the funeral, FURNITURE CARRINGTON & seALy, |THE BA 3. The salary scale of this post w 7 i LADY agalad ; May 23 May
to bar cnoet cards or in any way{ 0 Pa Ddiaciacesnnk | 2.4.52-én. ASSURANCE SOCIETY. long grade in the Local Civil Establishment, with a commencing) CANApIAN CH ALLENGER ”° 2a _ Pn 2 May 2a ane
exymessed sympathy with us nthe | WARDROBE nN aa take | ae a ARY GENERAL MEETING | Salary of $768.00 per annum. LADY Ane Cuuiten °° *t. gBaeme «WS Sens 46 Jane as aie eee
aS . w 1our “ ’ RDIN.
death of “Albie. frst, offer over $88.00. Phone €560. |, LE TOUQUET: roc S heaped kt WORM le Leche atves tat te enb 4. This post is of a temporary nature, non-pensionable, and sub-| CANADIAN CRuisER ~ ire tune ae 2 hip. 9 ne
ee wnt Venti, first offe: 13.4.52—2n. aie wavees device light and tele- | Hundred and Eleventh Yearly (rdinary ject to termination with one month’s notice on either side. LADY RODNEY @: ee 11 July oa 16 faty be ne 13 July
13.4.82—in, |Phone. A nice property standing on|General Meeting of the above-named . in with testimonials, will be received Terese we SUlY
i ere POULTRY | about 2 acres of land in one of the most | Society will be held at the Society's 5. Applications in writing, k, Pinfold Street, St. Michael .
BRAITHWAITE We beg to reture a ie anasto —— | attractive and popular parts of the coast. Omceg Bpryith, Place, Sutenayn, om | by the Manager, Peasants’ Loan Bank, Pinfo , 64.59 Sn, NORTHBOUND Arrives Sails Asrives Arrives Arrives Attives
emroainsere who” sent wr wreaths, | RGHORNS — Pullg apd, Cogkeze| "Phe shove will be ot the undersigned |for the purpose of" °° P#™ Lan to the 16th April, 1982. ee Be Ape, Benpe. shatay, Jem Halifax atone
letiers, cables and other a also —— +6 one each oR ‘sa-in Pm Friday, 2nd May, 1952, at 2 p.m. (1) Receiving from the Directors their M0 ae 12 Mes 22 May, er _ on = miey
syinpathy at the death of our fath:; | Cotton Fa Applications for permission to view Report on the transactions of the PART ONE ORDERS 24 May 29 May —, Game Situs nse.
mopeser. Beaihyaite, ae! LIVESTOCK | should be made to Mr. F. D. G, Simp- eee year ended 3ist = ' ; ‘ !

o le 5 Rt * son, “Woodland”, St. Ge e. Tel. 95214. Dece' . ne 2 8 June — se
Rev. Bindley Braithwaite, | Kath- : ‘CARRINGTON & SEALY, (2) Electing Directors and an Auditor Lieut.-Cot. J, CONNELL, 0.B.E., ED, Z ~~ a7 June 97 June we 7Une z June M1 June
con, Brarcnwaite, Seem. Hie HORSE: One Dark Brown Gelding Lucas Street. for the current year. ; Commanding ' ; unq 2 July
pet Aeere out of O-T.C. Apply: Constant Plan- 13.4,52—6n, woe oe Sees eee 11 Apr. 6 23 June 28 June - $ July 8 July at July

asmenes ed Ks Bigeoretary. | Ste NO. 38. ———| CON aia oa 8 we sun we uy
: In Ree reet, Bridge- . = = uly; Z
IN MEMORIAM PUPPIES: Fetianse Dachshund Pup-| town, consisting of 2,885 square feet of — Place. 1. PB bi. iG « Sieh, 2G. alin edie Servet 100 Ae CANADIAN dah ead \ — 2 Aug.
8 : 8508. \ togeth elling ridgetown, parade a : ee INSTRUCTOR . ~w
ALLEYNE — In constant a. tate : 11.4.52—3n a “paltrigs ‘ane “out cllboas ‘Tareas 6th April 1952. fete iE. Coy.—will do riot drill. “A” Coy .—Interlor ae LADY RODMEY .; 7 Aug, 9 Aug. 18 Aug. . “| = an zs ous

ce ain aes cond So ae al pe Dropetty. ot thie rete! oan < i Aecind mies Srend oll aeucies of cletaing ond euuimant wo mie pana.) “i

urton, deceased. ie al ¢ 2 ‘

Raster Day, a, sk maine MECHANICAL be set up for sale by public competition WANTED “BY Coy.Tent Pitching--Demonstration by R.S.M. (1). ‘

mes BAND-—PRACTICES further particulars, apply
Gia loved one think “ot han to-day ot clake comilitten ee, cel, tiles inh April 1902, at T 2 = ‘Far Ga ie Seed Band practices will be held on Wed. 16 and Thurs. 17 Apr. 52 to~
those who thin first class co ion. rs. Has . ? . = SIGNALS—COURSE R
And these who\loved her Dest. | phone 3811. 13.4.82—In. | Hon apply: So mies. For Sires All N.C.0% of the Signal Pistoon will attend the signal N.C,0's course on GARDINER AUSTIN & co., LTD.—Agents.
orie augh ; —L ED le ours.
Rudder family. MACHINE—One Jones Sewing Machine HUTCHINSON & BANFIELD ACCOUNTANT required to take full|, Wednesday 16th April, 1992, a
13.4.52—In.} in perfect condition; 1 year old only oe tors. |charge; preferably with experience of | 2° The Annual Camp will be held at Walker's, St. Andrew from Friday 13 to SSS none adie ‘ -
Owner leaving colony. Dial 3278. .3.52—6n | Machine Accoumting. Salary sub: te Sunday 22 June 52. All ranks who are able to attesd and have not yet PISSSSSSSSSSS: 6°
BRYAN—In loving memory of my be- 13.4.52—1n. HAROLD : ability and qualifications. Applications handed in their names should inform the R.S.M. as soon as possible. POLICE BOYS CLUB DANCE } »
loved husband Joseph Benjamin Bryan} sw ROEBUCK stmeer CAF — |in writing only to C.'S. 3. SPORTS MEETING ditalliagd TO
witp was called to rest on Apel 19th MISCELLANEOUS At 2 p.m., Friday, 18th April oo, 40. The Regimental Sports Meeting will’ be held on the Savannah on Saturday TRE FOUR ROADS noys’
1951. This very, comfortable Dwelling house| " sOnae>EnnoDnr Rea 31 52. 7 CLUB COMMIVTER
J
A dear face is missing: ANTIQUES — of every descri situated in a well established Tevideout er RY cae ae 4. ORDERLY OFFICER AND ORDERLY SERJEANT FOR WEEK ENDING ‘avin Yen. wo Gaee gies

& dear voice Is sti Glass, China, old Jewels, fine area and yet within walking distance | ™¢¢ ; : Bouse’. 21 APR. 52. ,

Jott reece Ste, ont Ute dames, | ES eee oe, eee Eee Se | Bet, comprises Drawing nc | Constant, St. George. 10.4,89—an Orderly Officer Lieut T. A. Gittens DANCE REAL EST. T

You'll live forever in our 5 “a Antique Shop |Dining rooms, three large and one saa) | —————————————————— Orderly Serjeant 234, Sit. Williams, E

» Bryan’s family. 13.4.52—1in. | taphs etc., Gorringes Antiqu Pp , : Next for aut at
The Bey sdjoining oyal Yacht Chub. n, (prarooms, breakfast | room, | pantry, MISCELLANEOUS Orderly Officer Lieut. B. R. Goddard |) KING GEORGE PARK HALL. AGENTS
PRAYTON — In loving memory of ee (room; with a double servants room in] BUNGALOW—To rent or leame a feo Orderly Serjeant 278, Sjt. Williams, S. D St. ip
TE Ac tah, Lawer Calton” se. | BICYCLD TYRES € TUBES: Famovs|Yard, stands on Ss1o square et Co nae or three bedroom stone A
12th April 1951, Lower Carlton, St lop Bicycle Tyres and Tubes on Sale | Inspection on application at the prem-| infurnished, preferably Navy Gardens, M. L. D. SKEWES-COX, Major, FRIDAY NIGHT, 18TH APRIL, FOR Ss. E
James. at new Store Also repair Kits, |'ses any day between 11 to 5 except Garrison, or Belleville Reply A.B.C. S.0.L.F. & Adjutant, 1952 AL
“But in our hearts you linger , Saturdays and Sundays. 4 . ; nd The Barbados Regiment Police Band under Cpt. Raison
a etc. K. R, Hunte & Co,, Lid, Lower y C/o Advocate. 10.4.59—In. M.B.E., A.R.C.M
still, Broad Street 11.4.52—tn | For further particulars and conditions PART Tl ORDERS O.E., A.R.C.M.,
rs. Ririnenora Drayton (wife) Williston ; aa of sale, Apply:— ARD! IN Rus-in- THE BARBADOS REGIMENT SERIAL NO. 14 will supphy Music
ton (son) Curacao. Mrs, Iriene 7. Saeed. Maines POR RENG and LOOGING SIS, |, wopesicn ai tired ce aap ibs aa St te ADMISSION by Ticket 2/6 ceiea
Drayton | (daughter-in-law) Mrs. Tone | ,HOATS “Two Sal Morrie’ Austital HUTCHINSON & BANFIELD, on Coe Wha ld tunches|!. LEAVE—PRIVILEGE Retresiments on Sale A. very atimctve ‘Brone io
Adams (Step daughter.) Marine Waging. and’ compbere equisaaaalt James Street. dtak Abi tn” tecson Telephone | Major A. S. Warren, E.D., 0.C., Cadets Granted 1 week P/Leave wet 10 commanding an excellent view to
39,6. 00—19-'101,608,00. Ala. Seibernations! , aeenacs 5.4.03—On. | ds54. 11.4.59—2n er a tO ee SOUSSOS the sea. Comprised of three bed-
li built with good Racing Record ha Pee ne ne . : . % 1% rooms, dining and living rooms, 4,
HUNTE—tn loving memory of Helena | We : > two t ‘
Hunte who passed away on the 15eh | 40.00. Apply: Secretary, Yacht Club, AUCTION om Teen tet et ss, 'e. @. Setatiin “A” Cay. Granted 2 weeks P/Leave wet 10-DAY'S NEWS FLASH 313 i= Ee
April, 1951, “JUST RECEIVED Onn cree awe |_ By instructions of the Insurance Coy.,|or Companion to a Lady with travelling a> Ape, SS. with Sexmnienion + - ® Gomprise of Servants Room, laun. %$
Ding Huts (husband), Rawle, Shefle, | “Sr ee Stove parts. /T will sell at Kekstein’s Garage, Bay | approve family. Write B. ¢/o Advocate. , leave the Island. gry, and very nice dog kennels. >
Allegre {mothers TiS" Sctn, | neluding — Chimera, Spreedere, Grid |atees, on writes tame saTaet,, Bay 11,4,52—2n | LEAVE~VACATION “REEDS FOR CLARINETTES Inspection by appointment only. ¥
Alleyne (mother). 19.4,52—tn. Top ng Wicks, tad ‘Anelan A * PE . . ese Pte. . J. W. Bn. H.Q. Granted 2 weeks Vacation leave REEDS 5 EAvoomanes $
Plates, ‘Ovens. Sedan Car accident. . $2. AND ONE WEET FIELD
ROACH In loving memore of cur dear { Pressure Stove parts. Enquire Auto Tyre R. ARCHER McKENZIE, weet Ape
ROACH—In loving memory of our dear Street 2. PR ie e How i-
hefoved Alfred. who departed this life ee © 20.8.52—t.f.n, aay ar PERSONAL fe Ol bavee, oO. H.Q. Coy. Promoted Serjeant wet 10 Apr. note BE Copies Oe ie mately 2% acres "of lawn and
on April 14, 1948. ; a ya e anid Sz. about 100 yards from ‘Gibbs
tenia dccemeaiiniaded a> | Soamrdieasocncdninin dees :

aed Nee tore” ie cor heer |, TAUMGIE: M1 foot imparted Misi] Tt have Doon instructed by Miss MAY | —aca-ccsacsscninste ML. D way te Ry a Of the King's Funeral for Sade ch. The § use is a two storey

Phe Roach rily 13.4 Sim LD yatta ae ABDIN: | ng, tse a her “hung a "Orange | The pus are barcby Warned egtaat Tie Marhadon Kewiment. |%¥ Cotournd.and clear Plastic By | stares’ wlurecestA erin
: ana ott or Dia 5 ve n¢ 2 . 4 . e
WaineEe ina aaa a oe ; 11.4.52—2n | Thursday next 17th April ber hoyseho'd | (nee IFILL) ast do not hold. myself Wise kee a Rot and. cdld water 1a ne
phena ng. who tell asleep in Of.—The world's nest motor ot |Table, I Munog, Rocker’? Makea, Chee, [eeernante for ner oF, anyone ov The Board of Trade announce that agreement has now been all at Semis “tnin Tom.” The whole
J ch the petite Bo of griet, | Veedol, at all leading Garages and Service | Cedar Press, Mahog. Bedstead, Mahog. | unless by a Mahia re. signed by me. | reached with the Italian authorities on the terms of settlement of pre- JOHNSON’S STATIONERY aeay re a ethos _ oe oe.
in our hearts she still lingers,” be fae were gh. one worctot Shaner Sines sone beeen hig "Chattell, war and war-time debts due from Italy and Trieste which were ex~ Gownstaire “une page
Mother, Sister, Stee 4.52—1n. | travel”. 17.2.82—t.f.n. | Terms cash ih is re. pressed in lire, and fall within the terms of the Anglo-Italian Financial spare rooms, Kitchen, and show.
Office equipment of all kinds—Stee! iene! Auctioncer, | eee ene | Agreement No. III of April lith, 1947. Debts of this kind which have | 266$6666966999999999999% ment only. pection by appoint.
SSS Safes, Skandex Visible’ Records, Por- 13-4.52—mn. | The public are hereby warned against | been registered or recorded with the Administration of Enemy Property ;

table and Standard Typewriters, Addin | —xeeemsnmenceneeentee enue neem giving credit to wife, CLARICE ‘ - : BUNGALOW
and Caleulating Machines, Duplicating ARNESTA CUMBERBATCH (nee HINDS) | Department, the Ministero del Tesoro, Rome, or the Ufficio Italiano THE Bl G EVENT Very attractively designed. cam-
MALVERN ACADE Machines. BRADSHAW & COMPANY UNDER THE SILVER ae a ee Wiss coneiettng’” for | dei Cambi, Rome, are regarded (subject to their eligibility in other prising of 3 hedroome with tottats

. : any ni attached,
“EDENVILLE” 2.3.52—t.t.n HAMMER debt or debts in my name unless by a] Téspects) as qualifying for transfer, provided that the debtors have fvlte woewr, Chr « tining and
ey written order signed by me. deposited or will deposit the appropriate amounts in lire with the the west and a nice patio to the
, RECORDS—Clearing our stock of MGM On TUESDAY 15th by order of Mrs. CHARLES M. CUMBERBATCH, ; . Y% east. Standing on approximately
Cheapside — Fontabelle Han 1 1 ded th
Records. Three for Two Dollags, your}. R. West we will self the Restaurant Holetown, Ita authorities. Details of claims not already recorded with any % {2 acre of land situate at Graeme
ire o, Anproves br the choice. A, BARNES & Pee tn, | Eurniture of the Victoria Club, comprising * James . | of these authorities (except for claims in respect of Italian State Loans Hall Terrace.
a a file Tables harden, Faults in Pine, ‘Tres- “Sa | and State-guaranteed loans) should be sent to the Custodian of Enemy ||} THE LOYAL BROTHERS compXE¥, BUNGALOW

NEXT wi in oO Service; Py y Gl ; ‘omprising three bedrooms,

Tuesday 2th April at 9.30 a.m. FOR RENT Cant. tee Pete, aprons hee eee Property, Public Buildings, as soon as possible. 3 OF THE STARS dining and living room, kitchen,

New pupils will be interviewed Seales and Weights, Oven, Saucepans, BOLIVIA ASKS Claims in respect of interest on and redemption of Italian State toilet and large tiled bath. Stand:

on Monday 21st April at 10 a.m. Kettles Cake pans; etc. Glass Cases Loans and State-guaranteed loans should also be made to the Cus- Present fost of ead ely, 11.000 square

h . S
F. L, MORRIS, HOUSES eng other items. Sale 12 noon, Terms FOR MEDICAL AID todian of Enemy Property. « oe Waters and approximately 250
Headmaster. : : M. e yards from the famous Rockley
APARTMENT at Ventnor, Rockley. Re- BRANKE The final date for the notification of these claims to Rome is ay 7 Beach. This Bungalow has never
ENTRANCE FEE $1.50 ception and : Binns 30m, te lato R, ae een LA PAZA, Bolivia, April 12. | 1st, 1952, After that date the Italian authorities will be under no arn iva been oceupied. Very reasonable
FPA) dah on two sides, Kitchen, Bath, etc..| 10.4 52—2n, tio A radio dispatch says that] obligation to accept applications. In order that any claims should pars.
ee%,) | Garage and Servants’ Room. Pose. _ Bolivian Radio Stations are ask-

Teach Rome by that date, claimants are requested to submit their
LILLIE MARTINDALE

ee ing for Foreign medical aid for | claims to the Custodian of Property, in uplicate, by the
metuents, ihe pieamure of your }| “AguamG couRT Gumet nouae|UNDER THE IVORY HAMMER [iioundea “and dying. Amateur| 1gth of April ae ee eee 13.4.52—In
c any to her have cool double ea eee ine ann ae eee sorties from ate Radio Operators said that the . 4. ‘
8, i ter. t cou) r two | Insurance Co vill #ell Friday,
D ANCE Seeds. Oppemee Aquatic Clu, ‘Tem | ‘Ape loth at Mere ron Roval Garaue, | VOUNded had occupied all the beds | «Seon ae
On





On Soren ioe 10.000

a imately | square
feet of land situate at Rockley
New Road. Comprising of three
bedrooms, drawing and dining

Â¥,
:
3
dry or workshop.
BUNGALOW |
Partly stone and lath and
S

om June 5th & 7th
at Queen’s Park



















Toom, kitchen, arene Gar-
F > age, servants room th and
pofarily on permanently. Phone 9. a #. Michael's Row, (1) 194-27 Hp {and a the available floor space in toilet, and enough room for laun-
} 1,4,52— argo Truck, in working order. Terms |crowde :
EASTER BANK HOLIDAY the cash, Sale at 2 p.m cP dats > Say Soaks ene moda Select that Wedding Gift from our
14TH APRIL, 1952 BEACH COTTAGE on St. James Coast, . VINCENT GRIFFITH, i o piled up
At perfect bathing, gue. All, ineale and Auctioneer. n the streets. Stock of — BRN HIGH SCHOOL ulanter eommprisiie of © tenrocnn,
iz ouse, Own 3. Meni le
MBiclctown, St James.” | Telephone. Reasonable Terme fo salable ——__-“"* F ELECTROPLATED WARE MOD le
r ” 33 2/- couple. Apply: Beachlands, St, James or S ¥ '
ee teen’! meas 8 ee it's.a2"t't.n [UNDER THE IVORY HAMMER c L one Sones oe. Se eee eas et aa
i arte Laer aeutis CULDUNE—Cattlewash, for May, June By instructions received from the wens ere on Announces its First ya Tea te Roney ——
Leeward wage: Sneed and July, containing 4 bedrooms with| surance Co. I will sell on Friday, are Sodcoehan that i i lic B ae ish ae para Re Mey
Refreshments on Sale running water in each, Fully furnished | April 18th at Messrs, General Motor Bus truth in the ru that eho Cur. Bread & ‘Teter Sts Beach. "Price e320.) “°C*leY
3 including Refrigerator, Dial 8310, Mrs.|Co., Nelson Street, (1) 1946-10 H.P. above Beauty eat vit . Amnua azaar . :
Stuart Bynoe. 13.4.52-—-3n, | Morris Saloon Car. Also (1) Mruck closing Ghee Selon Ww be LLEEEEOCEEOCESEEOSPOOOO OSE ANOOGOBOLOOBESSOESSOSOHOS NEW BUNGALOW
ao Sain ees accident), ‘Terms : OOO e On approximately 18,000 square
FLAT—‘“Fully furnished small upper|¢@sh. Sale at p.m (1 td
flat in Marine Gardens. Available May VINCENT GRIFFITH, ” and Fair fest of lend aes, Romey on
ist. Phone Mrs. Gibson, Marine Hotel". Auctioneer. ARE YOU CONTEMPLATING PAINTING Paine ae eae Set a
f prising three bed! 4
13,.4,52—t.f.n. 13.4,52—4n. et Fee YOUR HOMES rae in aid of the School Library Fund ing and ae am re and
$ bath, large gallery. Very attrac-
a FLAT—One (1) Furnished Flat at Dun- UNDER THE SILVER ead tat tive price.
lee, St. Lawrence, suitable for two only, HAMMER
from May ist onwards. Phone 8240, PARAGON
6.4.52—t.f.n. Thanks ivin Se . If so, we have an excellent range of - - - SATURDAY 1TH APRIL 2-4 p.m. Comprising four bedrooms, din-
ae On THURSDAY 17th by order of Mrs rvice
FARAWAY-—St, Philip coast, 3. bed-|G. Adams we



will sell her Furniti at
rooms. Fully furnished. Lighting Plant. | “Sweet Treld” St. Peter which iohadest The Members of
Watermill supply, Double Car Port, two Sideboard, Serving,

Ornament id
servant rooms. From May Ist. Phone|Coffee Tables; Card Table ‘with wenn

4476 10.4.5%=t.f.n | tips; (old style) Side Table with Giass
sss |Top: Uphols. Chairs all in Mahogany:
HOUSE in Bedford Avenue, Bay Street.|Glass and
8685.
















ing and living room, pantry,
kitchen and a very nice study.

on 7% acres of land.
Situate near Seawell Airport.
Price very reasonable. Inspec-
tion by appointment only.

(The Poltee Band will play by

READY MIXED PAINTS ch Sad a

Fortune - telling, booths, Fancy
MECHANICS
will celebrate their annual



FaRcoenD HANK: i Hades, light’ refreshments, the
Dial 11-4.82-2n | Sweedish “Bet “Ot fabs eee, Set Any advice or information we shall be pleased to give. rides, light | refreshments, the
Crystal (Amber Col) Dinner Service, T SGIVING DAY pi, fortune,, bingo, 1 ue —
’ AUCTION at on eee ataxwrelt ee a oe een de oem eer Silver on Sunday, Apri! 20, 1952 e
aan nae

Electric Amusements to sult all tastes.
Table and Floor Lamps: at the MECHANICS HALL’ }
LIVE & DEADSTOCK fh} nti Yoon Ge, “pu ek nome | ovate Pais Bak” wie’ |] A Roebuck, Street N. B. HOWELL selene
2 mins. Yae ub. e let from ist} ers wi ve: Good O.F. e
& DEA Ss or 12th June to Bist . Well | Chest o Drawers; Wilting cee ee ome Service begins at 3.30 p.m.

furnished bungalow. Drawing, dining, 2| Tables all in Muhogany: Nursery Friends and Members of
double bedrooms, servants room, garage, | Furniture Painte <

at 4a blue; Kindred Lodges are LUMBER & HARDWARE
CLARENDON DAIRY foieeee a cooker, No children. | Spring, Press with treater tae nsene cordially invited

13.4.52—1n. | bined, Bodsid:

REALTORS Limited

ESTATE AGENTS
Al



shelves; Fectri Sable, Fress; Book- Dial 3306 : o, Bay Street
| sheets: Betti har ies ae eee mpm SU ONO Fameke aS SN Geen ar os Mec, Ske iS ean

. Black Rock, St. Michael LEETON-ON-SEA — Maxwell Road, | Cots, “Deck Chaits: Frigiiane ic nev
Mr Saturday, 19th April, Christ Church. Fully furnished, Availa- | working order; Larder, Kitchen Tables rOSSO4 ?
, ‘ . ble for June and from September. | snd utensils; Pressure Cooker; Electric = rn e &
at 2.00 p.m. Phone 8139 or 3450, 13.4,52—8n, Toaster and Kettle; very fine. large es 8
pee ete lectricâ„¢ 5,

We are instructed by Mr. MODERN FURNISHED FLAT—with | ;;, petted: odnatiien ca caer einer

L. N. Hutchinson to sell by Silver and Linen. Good Sea-bathing. | jtems.

ion his selected herd tor erther particulars. Appi to Alma Sale 11.30 o'clock, Terms cash. invites you to her Ay
twenty-five Tuberculin Lashley No. 6 Coral Sands, one : L,
Tested Dairy Cows, six }/ _______*-*fn.) BRANKER, TROTMAN & Co, GRAND PICNIC
Ts,

: “NEWHAVEN — Crane Coast, 4 bed- Auctioneers,
rd ¥.. Moto + bar Fully farntaned, lighting Plant, |

13.4.52—2n, at St. Patrick’s Girls’ School.
jater . three , 3
i Bottles, Scales, Buck- {| Qian room For May and trem Oc SS Ch, Ch,
ets, Pans, & Misc. Dairy tober ist Phone 4476. i on Easter BANK Hourpay
ent. 3 10.4.52—4.f.n, ‘ THE GIRL GUIDE 2 ) %
‘ may be







inspected REMINGTON, Corner of Fontabelle
prior to and morning and Lakes Folly From 15th April. Refreshments on Sale.
Bale.

a '
+ Apply: N. Sealy. Phone 4007 r Music by Mr. C. B, Browne’s } . RY
ben e 9.4,53—2n Orchestra. 81 ~
ed a
SUNSET VIEW— Furnished sea-side will bé t a an | ih RX
’ - AUCTIONEERS | Bungalow, at Rockley. 3 bedrooms and held at the \





























DRILL HALL ;
‘all conveniences. From 12th May. Dial i é : .
tial ha B |2495. 11.4, 5220 SATURDAY 10TH MAY a \ All types including Travelling, Dressing
4 eee Hh SUR, Se, te cam ee ee ORIENTaL ) Table, Office, Wail, Bracket and of course
ye from the Ist May. For further particu ines sissdae bik pla es ; i 5 4
‘ & ce. a 4568. 9.4,52-—3n a tl eee ae patrobane i the inevitable Alarm.
TOP FLOOR—Synagogue Building re- and Lady Savage {
cently occupied by Barbados Electors’ )
lc Association. Phone 2650 11.4.52—4n | There will be, many interesting HEADQUARTERS FOR y O IS BA‘ LE’ F
= == = Household — Gifts - a on ae Ny Li U hs A.ES., F.V.A.
- ya” Ty 7 Plants Cakes iP)
ING KONG STEAM LAUNDRY pee OM INDIA, | CHIN i OF
Literary Row. Cheapside Sweets Ice C ,

he
CHINESE LAUNDRY THE ISLAND
We do Wet and Dry cleaning, Electric Washing, Spin a Waxed

ake mut from Ladi id Gent
Shirts Collars, Stains oa Moderate

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Phone 3909 Phone 4897 i}

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Children & Nurs and Scouts & i Pr. Wm. Hy. St. Dial 3466

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SUNDAY, APRIL 13, 1952



SUNDAY ADVOCATE



Church Services Scout Notes Security For

METHODIST

JAMES STREET—6 a.m Communior
Service, 11 a.m. Rev. K. E. Tomer
B.A. B.D 3 pm. Sunday School
7 p.m. Rev. K. E. Tomers. B.A., B.D
(Communion after beth Morning and
Evening Services)

FAYNES BAY—9.20 am. Mr. J. E
Haynes, 7 p.m. Mer. F Moore

WHITE MALL-—11 a.m. Rev. Sidney
Payne ‘S', 7 pam. Mr. J. A. Griffith

Gi... MEMORIAL-—9.30 a.m Mr
Vv. 3. St. John, 7 pm. Mr. G. M
Marviile

HOLETOWN-8.30 a.m. Rev. K. E
Tomers, B.A., B.D., 7 p.m. «Mr. Darey
Se att

BANK HALL--9.30 a.m. Rev. Sydney
Payne (S', 7 p.m. Mr. Pat Deane

SPEIGHTSTOWN—11 a.m. Mr. Darcy
Scets, 7 p.m Rev. F. Lawrence ‘S)

SELAH—.11 a.m. Rev F. Lawrence
‘s)

BETHESA-—@ 3% am. Rev. FP Law-
penee (S)

EGOLF BAPTIST CHURCH
Tudor Street

Sunday School: 9,30 a.m. Worship
Service: 10.30 a.m. Easter Programme
7.15 p.m. Listen to “Eehoes of Heaven’
on Tuesdays and Thursde’s at 9 p.m

BAPTIST
Faster Day

THE ST. JAMES NATION BAPTIST—
Il a.m Matins and Sermon, 7 p.m
Ever ind Sermon, Preacher at both





services will be the Rev. J. B. Grant
L.Th Minister in Charge, 4:30 p.m
Wednesday: Friday; training for Youths
this will be condueted by the Rev. L
Bruce-Clarke (Assistant Tastor) and

Mrs Browne

SHURCH OF GOD

Olga






RIVER ROAD: 10 a.m. Sunday School
1k am Service, 12.30 p.m Annual
Minister’s Conference, 7.15 p.m. Service,

Rev. L. R. Summers, Minister in Charge
BANK HALL: 10 a.m. Sunday Sehaol,
lt a.m. Service, 7.15 p.m. Service, Rev
M. B. Prettijohn, Minister in Charge
ECKSTEIN: 10 a.m. Sunday School,
11 a.m. Service, 7.15 p.m. Service, Rev.
R. H. Walkes, Minister in Charge
FITTS VILLAGE: 10 a.m. Sunday
Sehool, 11 a.m. Service, 7.15 p.m. Ser-
vice, Rev. C. A. Nurse, Minister in
Charge
COX ROAD 11

».m. Service, 3 p.m

Sunday School, 7.15 p.m. Service, Rev
E. W. Weekes, Minister in Charge
First Church of Christ, Scientist,



CHRISTIAN SCIENCE
First Church of Christ, Scientist,
Bridgetown. Upper Bay Street
Sunday 11 a.m. and 7 p.m
Wednesdays 8 p.m. A Service which
includes Testimonies of Christian Science

Healing
SUNDAY, APMIL 13, 1952 ps
Subject of Lesson Sermon: ARE SIN,
DISEASE, AND DEATH REAL’
Golden Text; Romans 8:2. The law
of the Spirit of life in Christ Jesus hath

made me free from the law of sin and
death

The following Citations are included
in the Lesson-Sermon

The Bible: Out of heaven he made
thee to hear his voice, that he might
instruct thee Deut. 4:36

Science and
Seriptures

Health with Key to the

by Mary Baker Eddy
The Scripture declares, ‘“The Lord He
is God (good); there is none beside Him.’
Even so, harmony ts @niversal,
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Harbour Log

In Carlisle Bay
Gardenia W., Sch
Sch. Mary M, Lewis, Seh
Sch. Rainbow M., Sch. D'Ortac, Sch
Resarene, .M.V >. & Radar, Seh.
Marea Henrietta, Sch. Henry D. Wallace,
Sch. Timothy A. H, Vansluytman, Sch
Marion Belle Wolfe, Sch Harriet
Whittaker, Sch. United Pilgrim S

Evérdene
Turtle Dove

Sch

M.V. Charles
net, Capt, Doucette,
Schooner Burma D., 58 tons net,
Davis, from Trinidad
S.S. Colombie, 7,381
Dupont, from Trinidad.
S.S. Astronomer, 4,524 tons net,
Whitehouse, from Liverpool
S.S. Biographer, 4,073 tons net,
Longster, from Liverpool
S.S. Federal Voyager,

268 tons
from Weymouth.
Capt
tons net, Capt
Capt.
Capt.

4,410 tons net.



Cupt. Harvey, from Greenock
DEPARTURES

$.S. Colombie, 7,381 tens net, Capt

Dupont, for Southampton

SOOO OPSPOO PI SPOD POS GEESE PO OOS SEA OPSPD SF FOPPY

JUST OPENED .....
A Lovely Assortntent of

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FRUIT DISHES a @ $13.12 each
|
FERN POTS — Tee 6.68 each %
ry Pr ae 8.51 each X

& a — 9%” 11.38 each x
x a %
x SMOKER’S STANDS 0.00 @ 17.26 each ¥}
¥ ¥
: ASH TRAYS sii diaicnutianten @ 94 each S|
x *
& FLOWER VASES — 7.0000 @ 414 each §|
$ + ay Rea AE oavciy oy @ 4.83 each % }
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§ PLANTATIONS LIMITED §

Programme for Period 14th to
29th April.

April 14th to 19th
BOB-A-JOB WEEK.

This is the first scheme of such
a kind to be organized in Barbados
for the purpose of raising funds.
Through this scheme scouts are
given the opportunity of raising
money for Island Headquarters as
well as for their troops and Local
Associations.

In England BOB-A-JOB WEEK
has met with great success for the
last four years and has also been
organized in British Guiana, Ja-
maica and Trinidad.

Each scout will be given an offi-
cial job eard with his name entered
thereon and ce is provided for
description of job, signature of
person giving job, and amount
paid.

The public are asked to be tol-
erant and co-operate as much as
possible in this effort. A shilling
is the minimum amount to be paid
but householders are asked to pay
more depending on the nature and
extent of the task given.

inclusive



POCKET CARTOON
By OSBERT LANCASTER





now, Projessor, per
haps you wil) teil us a little
about your theory thet crime
is oniy @ disetie witich is
f res ve to sympathetic
r welce treatment e






April

18th.
by Seouter A. T. Tatnall on “the
Scout International Relief Ser-
vice” at Scout Headquarters, St

7.30 pm. Lecture

Paul’s Avenue, Beckles Road.
All members (lay and uniform-
ed of the movement are asked

to note this and to attend in
good numbers.
April 23rd St, George’s Day:

6 am, to 8 am, Good turn cam-
paign throughout the Island.
11 am. Combined Church
Parade for Scouts and Rover
Scouts at St. Michael's Cathe-
dral. Troops and crews will
fall in at Church Village Square
by the sandbox tree at 10.15 a.m,
3 p.m. to — p.m. Organized visits
in parties to places of interest.
4 p.m, Potted Sports
April 24th. 4 p.m. Inter-Trbop
Boxing Competition at the
Modern High School.
7.30 p.m. Inter-Troo Table
Tennis Competition at Y.M.C.A,
April 25th from 3 pm. to April 26th

at 3 p.m. Inter-Troop Scouting
Competition. Examiners Messrs
c. R. C. Springer. and W H.,
Carter.

April 26th 8 p.m. to 10.30 p.m.
Marine Display including
Aquatic Sports and Fireworks
by Sea Scouts at Aquatic Club

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creased supplies of sterling
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the London Times, in a special
article reviewing the effects of the
the Agreement,

The contract with the United
Kingdom and New Zealand is the
hard core of the Agreement, it
says, although the importance of
the Canadian market seems partly
to have determined the form of
the Agreement, which gives pri-
ority te sales to Canada over
sales to the United Kingdom.

“So far,” says the article, “the
Ministry of Food appears to have
bought Commonwealth sugar on
very favourable terms in rela-
tion to current world prices, but
this may not continue. Neverthe-
less, the Agreement can be justi-
fied on grounds of striet economic
necessity even if, in later years, a
premium must be paid for Com-
monwealth sugar over the dollar
cost of the only alternative
supplies.”

But fear of a drop in the world
market was undoubtedly very
much in the minds of negotiators
on both sides, it says, adding:
“Producers are apparently ready
to sacrifice further expansion in
return for added security, There
are at least some grounds for
thinking that too high a price can
be paid for safety.

“With nearly three-quarters of
their exports sold on contract.
Commonwealth producers should
be in a strong position to meet
competition and it is at least
arguable that their long-term
interest is in expanding markets,
especially in the Commonwealth,
rather than in international re-
striction schemes, however dressed
up to look like expansion.”

Canada is not a signatory to
the Agreement, the article points
out, but is indirectly interested
because for many years it has
given a preference to Common-
wealth sugar and _ traditionally
buys its supplies from the West
Indies, Fiji and Australia.

The maintenance of competi-
tive sales of Commonwealth sugar



in the world market, and par-
ticularly to Canada, at as high
a level as possible is of great

importance not only to the pro-
ducers themselves but also to the
entire sterling area, it says.

For some years, the Ministry of

Food has been supplying Cana-
dian refiners with West Indian
and Australian sugar and has

replaced it with foreign purchases
for consumption in the United
Kingdom, This trade will return
to normal channels at the end of
this year, under the’ terms of the
Agreement

“Canadian refiners will want to
continue to buy most of their
sugar in the st Indies,” the
article adds, “and presumably
the Ministry is prepared that
such sales shall take precedence,
even though some of the suger
required for Canada may nom-
inally have been sold on contract
to the United Kingdom.” —B.U.P.





April 28th. 4 p.m. Inter-Troop
Signalling Competition for “the
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ball and the bail is cushioned and
pushed in the intended direction

N.B. 1. The player hould as-
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gets into position for the trap

2. The ball must be kept mov-
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ward with the trapping leg bent
at the knee and held loosely, while
the foot is turned: inwards and
is only loosely flexed so that on
contact the ball will be cushioned
and not actively kicked until it
is under control,

This is a grand method of \
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cause a player may move away |
immediately he feels he has full
possession of the ball, He may
move forwards, sideways or best
of all he may turn with the ball
and proceed on in the same direc-
tion, This latter is illustrated in
Picture 5. The ball is being cush-
ioned round the corngr.... note
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nasers, and answer-
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Btreet, extra constables as well
as non-commissioned officers were
pressed into service to assist in
directing vehicular and pedestrian
traffic, and often people had to
tand at the “Crossings” while
long streams of vehicles crawled
past. Occasionally. enthusiastic
shoppers dashed across the street,
to be narrowly missed by
cyclists dashing in and out be-
tween other traffic.



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The side alleys in which the
“wayside” hucksters do trade werg
at times almgst inaccessible to
prospective rchasers. Grocer-
ies and bakeries were for the most
part of the day overcrowded,
with people placing their orders
al@at once in an effort not to be
left out.in the rush.





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city, the waterfront was compar-
atively quiet. Except for sugar
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near the old Trafalgar Square, and
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discharging their consignments of
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Across the land-locked

TABLE TENNIS:

Adelphi Heads
Division Il

SATOH : World Champion

ADELPHI CLUB, with 61 points,
are leading in the Men's Inter-
Club Division II Table Tenis
tixture. This
Club, © although
only formed last
year, is giving a
good account of
itself, It is repre-
sented by experi-
enced players,

Ren. Herbert “ts.
skippering
Adeiphi team.
The. other play-
ers. are Corkie
Roberts and
Clarence Good-
ing. Corkie lost
; one set while
Gooding and Herbert won all their
matches.

Adelphi have’ so far played
seven matches. Police and
Y.M.C.A., got a match each against
Garrison team.* Foundation,
Hampton, Mount Tabor, Modem
High School, and Lenville were
each defeated nine-nil. Advocate,

ay Street Hoys’ Club’ and
Speightstown. Sports Club, four
of the strongest teams in the com-
Fertlon, now have to meet Adel-
phi.

Second in Division IJ is Bay
Street Boys’ Club with 38 points in
five matches. Skipper Chase is the
outstanding player for the Boys’
Club team,

Speightstown Sports Club has
39 points in six matcheg while
Advocate has 29 in a_ similar
amount of matches. It was unfor-
tunate that at the opening of the
series the Advocate could not de-
cide who would represent them
and lost many noints.

Symmonds of Speightstown and
George King of Advocate are two

By

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very attractive . players: They
should go far in the open Cham-
pionship. y

Of the other Clubs, Barna has 34

> of the activity usually asso- points in eight matches. Fox 20 in This isn’t a ship. It's a bomb!”

5, Foundation 11 in 5, Hampton 22-—-
section jn 4, Police 22 in 5, Regiment 16 in Said: “Thanks Nadya. God bless
of the Careenage, longshoremen 4, Mount Tabor 19 in 6, Modern you.” And then I dived overboard.

who are normally hard at work, High School 27 in 5, Lenville 9 in

were seen lolling_ around in small 6. Y.M.P.C, 44 in 8,

groups discussing one

another,

thing or

Remanded On
Breaking And
Entering Charge

Joseph Clarke, a 3%-year-old
labourer of Delamere Land, St.
Michael, was yesterday remanded
until April 18 without bail by His
Worship Mr. H. A. Tulma, Police
Magistrate of District “A” of a

. charge of breaking and entering

the house of Miriam Walker, sit-
uated at Bush Hall.

The states that the
offence
ll.

charge

Clarke was also placed before

the Court charged with assaulting
Police Constable Devonish and
His Worship Mr. H. A, Talma
acjourned the case until April 18
when he will give a decision.

Devenish told the Court
while the defendant was in
P

that



t Hall’s Road on April 11, he



and Y.M.C.A.
15 in 4 matches.

World Tennis

The World Table Tennis Cham-
pion for 1952 is 28-year-old Hiroji
Satoh, ranked No, 5 in. Japan.
Japan also carried off the Men’s
Doubles and Women’s Doubles and
one of their players reached the
quarter finals in the Women’s
Singles.

Shizuka Harahara and .Tomie
Nishimura won the . Women’s
Doubles while Fujii and Hayashi
won the Men's Doubles, The
Women’s Singles went to Ruma-
nia’s A. Roseanu while the Mixed
Doubles went to F. Sido of Hun-
gary and A, Roseanu of Rumania.
V. Barna defeated A, A. Haydon
21—17; 21—19 to win the Jubilee
Cup. This cup is restricted to play-
ers appearing in the World Cham-

was committed on April pionships at least 21 years ago.

“Penholder”

All the Japanese players used

they



FLEECE |

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there came a single shot, and the
general groaned.



“What's wrong?” I said. “Are
you_hit?”
“That's all right, captain Just |

give me your arm,”

No sooner were we on the deck |
thin a mean-looking Mongol 1
hadn't noticed before, high up in
the shrouds, bit off the end of a!
grenade and threw it smack into |
our launch,

I said: “Weil, there goes every- |
body on our side. I guess this is it, |
Nadya.” |

“Yes, Nadya. This is it!” a voice |
repeated sneeringly behind us, }
, Nadya whipped round. “You!”
she gasped, “Von Koenigwald!”

_There was a chuckle from the
l€an, + grey-haired man with a
sabre scar across his left cheek.

“Don’t worry, Nadya. I am not
a ghost,” he said. “Happily for
me, I was not as dead as you
thought when you pushed me into
the sea, and I am a good swimmer.
Keep your hands in the air, please,
all three of you,

“How did you get here?” Nadya
whispered. The fight was all out of
“By plane. I couldn’t guess your
course, and it was the easiest way.
I just flew to Hong Kong and
waited for you. Now, if you hap-
pen to remember any prayers,
you’d better start saying them—
all three of you,”

The general said: “I am wound-

SUNDAY ADVOCATE

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OPINION IS ALWAYS DIVIDED REGARDING
THE SOLUTION OF WORLD PROBLEMS

Give Recital

A choir of 12 voices from the
School of the Blind yesterday at
the Hurd Memorial School, James
Street, gave a recital of
music accompanied on the”
by Mr, Harold Rock, their i
ductor. ;

Members of the choir
and sang to the audience |
applauded their efforts

The address was delive
Mr. Cameron Tudor. Mr.
said that in his experience
public speaking he did not
that he had a greater hon
done to him than to be asked to
speak to the blind students.

Those students had been mak-
ing great progress but they.were
handicapped by not having their
eyes to guide them. He said thai

ch
Ke
on

during his stay in England je
had had a severe injury to his

head and due to that he was
blind for some time; doctors were
not sure if he would have ithe

days he knew what the blind had
to experience.

He said that when ome is de-
prived of the use of one’s eyes,
then one can understand how
great the small things are,

“Rodney” Arrives

The H.M.S. Lady Rodney ar-
rived at Barbados yesterday from
Canada through the British North-
ern Islands with passengers and
about 600 tons of general cargo
for Barbados. The Lady Rodney
is expected to leave port to-night
for British Guiana via St. Vincent,



ed, Koenigwald, and dying. It
doesn’t matter about me. But
‘q—”
She broke in proudly, “I am

your true child, father. Do you
think I would leave you now? But,
Koenigwald, Harry Lime ‘has
done nothing to harm you. Let
him swim for it.”

The baron shook his head. “He
knows about the gold, Nadya.”

Nadya’ smiled suddenly, “He
also knows about something else
¥ (Harry, there’s a tiny glass
window here by my hand. Carton
explained it to you. I heard him.
The sign says ‘for emergency only’.
Remember what he said, Harry.

I..didn’t need telling twice. I

I tame to the surface just in
time to hear a crash that seemed to
split the sky. I knew what it was.
Nadya has smashed the panel and
touched off the bomb.

A sampan picked me up, but I
almost drowned myself first think-
ing about all that gold—half a
million dollars’ worth of it—going
down to the bottom of the sea.

Well, that’s the story. I told it,
just as I’ve told it to you, to a
prosperous-looking stranger I met
in the bar of Hong Kong’s Palace
Hotel.

“I know the spot where this
happened,” I ended up. “I’ve got
it marked exactlyon the map.
It'll cost about £20,000 to do the
salvage, but that still leaves a
pretty big margin of profit. I just
wondered if you’d be interested,
sir. in investing.”

He finished his drink before he
spoke, Then he said: “Mr. Lime, 1
wonder if you know who I am.”

“Well, no. Not exactly...”

His face hardened. “I'm the Lord

the penholder grip, There is ly Constable and Chief of Police in
one 10 il pawn ? ince of nae this Colony. We have a full dossier

uses the penholder grip. That is

Dinky Alkins but he is naw re-

tired from competitive tennis.
However, Leslie S. Woolard,

ships Issue, writes: “It is the first

on your activities as a confidence
man, and I thought I’d let you
tell your tale because I wanted to
know how you work... Lime.

the Editor of Table Tennis, in his that salvage racket’s the widest of
ice van whieh ws proceeding @ditorial in the World Champion- all the old skin games,

“I'm surprised at you trving

(the defendant) suddenly tried to time a bespectacled player has it on anybody, least of all a nolice-

ge

, 0 an. Good-night, now, and by the
ut of the van. He prevented won the World Title and the first man , :
h Mi eee doing so aid the defen- ‘time (in the modern era). for a Way, we'd be much happier here

“ , ; bas i Y —within the
ent tt 3 i he shirt “penholder”. A brief warning: Do if you'd leave town—wi t
dent then held him by the shirt not be panicked into a change of. next 24 hours, that is. Well, pip-
style. One swallow doesn’t make pip!

and cuffed him twice.



OBITUARY

a summer, There are about 300,000

I think you'll understand now

players in Japan and they are not why I don’t like telling that story.

fall “penholders”. — . ,
Woolard states that it is a curi-

Whoever I tell it to usually turns
‘out to be a cop.

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Mr. Eleazar Brathwaife ance comes exactly 50 Years after The worst of it is that it’s true.
e signing of the Anglo-Japanese .

Tha death occurred: recently of Alliance in’ 1902, and the year nis rehiackalle - sdventures
Mr. Eleazar Brathwaite of Coffee when Prof. Tsuboi took '", T. from ® NEXT SUNDAY
Gully, St. Joseph, after a Linger- England to Japan, ‘The British '
ing illness, Minister at that time was Satow;
the Japanese—Baron Hayashi,



Mr. Brathwaite was for many
years an outstanding member of
the St. Joseph’s Vestry and served
as Churehwarden of the parish,
He was of the old hardy Barba-
dian type who from small begin-
nings reared a family and rose to
a position of some importance in
his parish. He was a peasant pro-
prietor and as the fortunes of
sugar improved he bought land
until eventually he became owner
of a small plantation. He was
very popular not only in St.
Joseph but in other parts of the
island,

As a Vestryman he was out-
spoken and fearless and the
parochial servants who suffered

grievances found a ready champ-

ion of their rights. He was mar- exceptional

names so strangely like Satoh and
Hayashi of current T.T, fame,
Satoh used a sponge
racket at the Championships.
Geoff Harrower, reporting on the
World Championships, states that
Satoh only began to use the
sponge racket about six months
previous to the championships.
He writes; “All else in the
singles was overshadowed by the
modest, bespectacied Satoh, who
softly won point after point with
an apologetic air. Player after
player came off the table bewitch-
ed, bothered and _ bewildered,
without a clue as to how they lost,
Some attributed it to not being
able to hear the ball, others to the
side-spin. 1 noticed

ried and his wife predeceased him that whenever Satoh returned a

leaving one son Rey. Bindley
Brathwaite, Vicar of St.
and three daughters to whom

deepest sympathy will be extend-
ed,



| They'll Do It Every Time

Si Acer tHe
AUTO SALESMAN,
LOOKED DOWN
HIS SCHNOZ AND
REALLY SH.AMED

TREMBLECHIN
INTO GETTING
RID OF HIS OLD
CLUNKER “6s

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Rainfall ‘from Codrington: nil
Total rainfall for month to

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Temperature: 74.5 °F ,
Wind Velocity 14 miles per
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Barometer (9 a.m.) 29.978
(11 a.m.) 29.959.

To-day

5,50 a.m.

Sunset: 6.13 p.m.

Moon: Full, April 10
Lighting: 6.30 p.m.

High Tide: 5,29 a.m., 6.37 p.m.
Low Tide: 12.11 pm.

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AC.F. FOLKTF.1N SUNDAY ADVOCATE SUNDAY. APRIL 13, CLASSIFIED ADS. Pl HM< SALES %  %  %  ' GOVERN MENT N OTICES SHIPPING NOTICES TELEPHONE ISOg RKAL KSTATK BWTfl w i wnnm\c. On 1Mb iMrh •4 Tercanteriary, lo Myra lng>i CheeBO. Wife of Wlnalon 1. fM MM. %  girt, for Had*. CARTM 1 at Trinidad, to V wife of Cecil Mc rvid roret RM>< I on s\i>; AUTOMOTIVE CAN iMiaw Car. Milawge IS*** Ownei df". lr> (tret rli> condition I*et %  DIKI) r of lh On". aa>al> r.arflaM Connell _. S I.., • <. % %  %  Beckle. Ro-d. ft MM ' 4^0 p.m. lhl mnM lor the WeatMarv Cemetery i* attend Mr*. Loulee Conn*!! < widow i. Mn Jane Connell and Mr.. Water Baked MM r.i Mr*. I p | Car Good il.. r a* %  4 u Iti iaa. new) ttuNI b>mR. law with all modern onteal of land at The u %  I AW. Ihie* An* B raOOBaVJ T.i r . r— .mc i) ... iu.. -.11. : tl P .1 JOBS pa*k< .. nn 1. %  In Mourns rirKiT r..rag* l.rami' Mo aai'i Court*** Oarage 3* 3n i food VAN Ona C.jn*r U|M "aa U vhujit New Tyrea. gayer Bailer naiaaln Beaaanahl* Priced Dial 0IJ M M-'n CHANCERY SALE i-.aiBu.bl or, FtlBai in. April .t iHom %  %  .!,. .'. ... %  wore Berk Si Mlrhi mn lo Pino Mayan) Bat SPWM.I nd fivernra*nt Wa'ar btillrd. In.prelton un application to Year wood A Byc*. Solicit"!Jima Street DIU In THANK* Mlil'l through io an it. •en* wi .1 attended UM raid, or in Ml potliv with ii. bereavement ofco.lanad •eth f Albl* U fl Alleme and Family/. BRAaTBWtlT* rirallha>.il of the pariah of T IO> B*H OB SXCRAM.I ...E It—40 V-S Truck tor a Ford or Au'tn. Van. difference will bo cow a id%  rod on allhar .id. AI.-> I nunWl a> lord Parta w htitnelwua lor Hating Uam-n. salver Mill. near B J —H and II 4 M . ITRMTITKF. AST) IMO .fluare fowl of Und al S-her. I,.,,.. Hrldget*wn. adlninins belonging la Ik* aaUla of T A. arrt. iderwaeagl. i* above will be art up lor aale lo I.rompetlllen an Frafav. ihe 1Mb of Aptll. al 1 am. t ih. 1Mb. of aaidtrilaii.d. Luce. Sir* BARBADOS riVII. SERVH I ASSOCIATION DIVISION' I. NOTBTW It hereby givan thai ih* mlbK of DtMMon I of Ua> B C S A whWh ... held on Ih* IM of April waa %  dj m i r aad uaHl Tudiv. ina |Hh of April lo ranimoa conaideralinn o Bjaja. hiltena •ulHtUtled by Mr R |I'ama A... other lufalneu. r L roziEB. linn Macralary rAWBTNCTON & 5EAI.Y WAKDBUBF Franeh Waidrobe In nod eondltU.1.. Valuad BaW Will lake rOUI-TRY \eity frlanda and I %  %  %  %  — — — •ml u. wraallu. 1 IJWHOBNH Pullet, aa oihar loaofM Of J,Q EM. %  < m rent* e>h IN MIMOKIAM ... 0' %  and nier AMavn* who ww> rallod aWHf Day, IM Totlay biinfB hark ud ir Of a loved one aonr to raa. Ami (boar who OHM of aaWM Bay A.ih~* wboVloved bar Mai aad Dane idauaTitem. Th, BaTAN -lai toviaa aietnofT of nv hawaw huakaad J,—-ph Ben)amln Bt w*n waa railed lo raat nn Aorll l*ti A dear fare t mlaUnf A dear vokr* la Hill Till ntomary fad**, and Hie daparli You'll llva foravar m on. hearta karlnB mamori %  •RAYTftN — ti. Jaaaph Iraloii IKh April IB!, lower fjrllon. *U "But In our heart" vou llrUJ*i %  UN,' Mn. Ktainanora rh-.Unn (wlfai Willlator ltravwwi laant Curacao Mr. Irleru tlrajnon (dauahlerin-U* • Mra loan AdafMi %  •Hep d.uirhtrr i 13 4 Bt—In I.IVKSTOCK. md Corkrral.. I The above ill be %  u. F L Burloa. atirtkn ..l ih r ufrlaa. of th. tl 4 Ba-Bn |*n Frtdar. B.d May IBM. ApBttMMfi ( 'WT' Maiwell Co-M mine riomi. J hedroonaf, alert.HUD.I and talaMf al aBlfi on %  %  %  'i. Bag) ,. for aale by I ,r^ %  Dark Brawn Oeidinf Apply Conalanl Haa* B4 IMIMn bo nuide to Ml *i. "Wondlaitd-. St (in-rj, Tel Mil rABBIMOTO'* A IBALV. lABaa Htiaal U t U -In PVPPIM 1-adiaiae Dachaliund P>#plr* for -tala Dial BM4 MECHANICAL Rir-VCLK—Olrto' Balaiah I (i.rt ilaaa mndilloa Mta lla.teii TataMAfltl.VK-OnJon*. Sawtna btaahtna i prrtert mndlllon. I yeat old onh Mner laaviaa; roaanv Dial 1S7I PROPniTY In Reed Straat. BrldAalown. ranaiatini of sjas aquare tort of hnd l.^elhrr with the chattel dWaUMfl !" "*— pallna* and o'lt-nfflra. UtaraoB, Ihe [imperl. of ihr Katatr of DnilBiialia rnafer-tiirMn. deraaaad Tha abora win ba art up for MI. bv publir rompFtllion at our ofRc*. Jama* fPTBJ> BfaWfAan MISCEI.LANEOUS ANTIQI aa — at aaery dewnptlon 'Ilaaa. Chlaa, oM Jawala. BB* tltaar ... W aMtaaloaBi. Barty book*. Map.. A.,wof Br ItaptM ate., at Oontnaaa Antiqu* Shop Oinlna rooat •dM>lnln Boyl Yatht Club baBMBBI 3 1 14— I In. k Itrhenrtte. -—%  .i'oom. with yard. .Urxb BAROLDVILLr. rilkll Q\r, BORBIIK -irhi, At t p.m.. Fllday. lalfe April lil. vary t'omfortahla Dweilma baj %  led In a wall ertabllahed raaldant bhd yi within walhtna Haf. LOST HVB CAIh On* Ikde Car Hub CD Reward BkBaad Johnaona Ht.biaa Garaaa LM Cattartdae Mraat. II IB J ATTENTION la drawn to the Control of Pricaa (D*fr*ca) (, [rariat) Order. 1952, No. 10 which will be published In the Official GBifrrte of Thuraday 10th April. 1B52.. t. Under this Order the maximum whokaale and retail aalllng price* of ''HeiriBf/a^Canned" are as follow*: — MOBVfafCAL. AllTULi,. HB1 BBALANB UNI UauTIB. (MAM UMBI Fl aVLM' \OI M IS ARTH LC WHOLESALE PRICE (not more than) NOTICE fABi-M or r mm Aa from Mih to BBh April aawi aaya offlc* of the a*aroardal raaaurar am b* openad on Saturday. I 'J .In R, I ntAZEJt l'jio>'hial Traaau.i HI John HERRINGS-Ci *120 per caae of 48 x f lb. tins or $4 Wperdoz. tins .. $18.24 per case of 48 x 154 oi. Urn or •4 88 per doz. tins .. $11.80 per case of 48 x 1 lb tins or $3.01 per doz. tins .. 110.00 per case of 48 x 7 ox. tins or $2.53 per doz. tins . KETAIL PRICE (not more than) Ml [*-r tm tth April. It52. 10.4.52—in DIE riAKRAI'OS MITIAL LIFE ASHI'RAN't F HOCIETY OBSrtSARY CISNRBAL MISTIN1 NOTKT. i. haraby nvan that Ihe ona iiratradl and Eleventh Yearly Ordinary anaral Martina of the ibiiia maud Society will ba held al Uie Tmr.t^'a Offlfe. Be.k.llh Piee, Bildfetown on ir BHh April. ISSS. .1 I o'rlock p/n. Ha purpoa* ofHe.rlvuia from Ihe Director. Ibelr Report on the tranaacUona of Ih* Dri'nJwf IBM 1*1 frtarlina DtratVra j lor Ihe current yew ttrrKwith J"Ure Bndaau.n. imi April IBM ended Slat 1 Audit*! Auplicatlons are invited for appoiatment ff> ihe nmt of Clerk— Praaants' Un Bank 2. CanfllBBtm (males) mu;l hfl m poa-ressMin of .1 School Ceitlflfale or a eertlflrate of equivalent stan-lard. 3. The salary ocsle of thi: po't WMI l' %  "iinilar to that of tht long grade in th* Local Clell Eitubllshment. with a cornmericirifj salary of 5JB-.00 Ber annum. 4. This post to of B temporary nature non-pensionable, and *ubit to termination with one month's notice on either side. 3. Applications in writing, with testimonials, will be received by the Masager. Feasanta* Loan Bank. Pinfold 9tree\ Si. Michael up to ihe 15th April. 1932 April April Bin. to addition •I haa ample ta. chilled aad) hard Carfo accepted on tnrauan Bill, ^t l.l,ii far Maninlproant B | Tr1M4Baf bl li.nuh Owaana. Laawa.d BIH | Windwud For furtauM aartkruUra aaafy — **~&mL. m Wm* • Of*, I.TB. OACB8TA A CO. LTB.. — kWl Tha M -MONBftA rept Caraw aad I nommiaa. Anflaua. -B r-tn.-iMl Bt atitb. faalaSSg: • XV CARIHBET wlll —— Cars*, aad Pa. tar Montterra,. iM'Tatn t n^ %  J. %  CaSBB sB B OWRgBSAasociAiins ,i\, Caaalrate Tele. 4M; Canadi an Nat ional Steamships a# t"i %  B O f*MU i-^DT L ADY NBXBON CANADIAN CHL'IHCH l-ADY HODNKY CANADIAN IIIAI irknfj. '' 1-MtY NIXBON CANADIAN CHULDt CAWADIAN CONrntUCTOBL' LADY RODNXY .. %  aliraa ' Mar. is it %  fun. July M/Uh Ar 17 Apr %  BB &£• 14 l7r.t i' J£Z Ifub; II jr, M July S J... | U Jan. M JWat M /al* 8 4.52—3n. PART Meal -Cat I ONE ORDERS tay rosrw>i.L o B r to %  arawBaa a-nawm ITO hour. i Thuradav ITlh Apri WAMHI HELF %  aj Tl %  Arcm-NTANT required to take full tars* preferably with expertenre Of arhtne An-xfritlrar Balarr aubfacs " CBUaB CANADIAN CONSTRUtTOSl 'ADY %  ni—i CANADIAN tiAij^Narj I-ADY NKUSON COM C3 Arrlras %  '4*a 10 M a i H May a Jun • July 14 July SS Apr M Mat W May %  ooU* %  *• A,,.... Bartra. U J U ne Ma,, %  Jua, p > %  J .;. • July M Jaab: %  Auf IV V. g* M-y li tmm tl Jn 1 Ju> MI-WTF -ha -vioa Urn iwho pa % % %  it Asm. ISSI DtaS Miani* thnahnnd ll-lar and Viator I. Alieyne tmother' n a ROaf'H—bl lovlna nteinorv of oill %  adjnveO Alfred, who .tr|*ot<| |li on April H. laaf -T.'ll ma-nary fed*,, aad lUa <| You'll liv* forrv-ei in our l Tn* fasatah IMUIY |1 4 I WOfMSSIO—U k>ua| memory of B pnOna Woodlns. who fall a.teep • IBh April l* J ^~;-. I M 1 l| >l MMIMi M I \ Comp.il. lo I ISatiat Miaad Straet II I BI ouf : n. i-niwprtaaa Drawing i. three latae and one .mall breakfa.t room. pantry. toilet and bath and waah a double aeruant. loom In on BSTB M)usra feel or lanl nn application at the areeao t ocapl Capartanea Baby-a NuPa* Apply: "Darden B*u M Uaora* 10 f.MV MISCELLANEOUS IIOAT-Ti %  BSBBMI OMBI tISoaoa Atan I -Hi bum with aood RM Bar. f* B Apply Baanrtary. Yae.M Chu* Boaia MorrU AinrBbMy %  ISfB i MpjaBBafl JCBT HicBSVTD Vai.* Biawa ear*. -tudlnS -ckwia.v, Spraadara. Orld Top Platea. Wlaka. and Daawa Aba PTeeure BtoTe part. Knqulra Auto IVra Company. Tmfalar A Spry fttraeta 1 51 t f n •lar lav. and Sunday., fu r t her pa rti culara r Apply % %  ..i RBBMl IIT'TCinMsoN i, UANHXI.D Jama. Streai. s i M -i AUCTION I.AUMCH tl Ionl lmpnrlrd idiiiHh yurd Mat Mia Ibpia J D V Broil or Dial 4-oa %  Iri OIL-ThworM'a Snaa*. rr...inr of Vtrdoi. at .11 leading Oa.aa*. and Servtc* St ill ion. Your vehicle dea.iv* Ihe bell VEEDOL. "Found wharevar SIM can travel". %  a aa. %  t B i m q u aa rn iat of all .andaa tflalble H ind Standard Trpawrl and Cabfuiatn. .. Mnihliiea PHADSIIAW kind. Sleel wrda. Porera. Addlnaj PaaBSfBthBJ A COMPANY A HAUNTS A CO LTD FOR m: XT AI-ArtTMENTat Vanlnor. R Nlay Re-eritlon and Dlnina room, two largi Hartrooma. tunnlnf water in rnrh. Varandah on two .ide.. Kltrhan. Palh. elr li... ni' and Servant.' Room Dial 4IOB 9 4 a3n Al %  ILVIB BFACH It.l'B lloirtowti. SI J.i i nc. ABMI..IUS f,. Maate by Mr. Barry Baanlalar'. Orrhraira Laaward buare leave Lower Glean Rcfrrahmri'la on Sale FARM AUCTION LIVE & DEADSTOCK at CLARENDON DAIRY Black Rock, Si. Michael Saturday, ltth April. at t.M gun. We are Instructed by Mr. L. N. Hutchinson to sell by Auction hi* selected herd o* twenty-five Tuberculin Tosted Dairy Cows, six Heifers. 13 cwl. 12 h.p. Bedford Van i:mt Model. Milk Uottlet. s, .,|,-. MiukoU, Parm. & Misc. Dairy K'lUM %  %  Stock may be inspected day prior to and morning of gale. AUCTIONEERS I.Bla.d1 M fir €'•. AQUATIC COURT Ol'WT IIOUBR— have tool double room, vacant Bprti %  *d. i mi ulna water Bu't couple or I. friend. Oppoetle AaAiallr Club Tr. pofarih on parmanenUy Phone mw IIIU-: DEACII COTTAaC on 81. Jai wrfrri 'uihins. qulof. All n -i>irei aupplled from main ha rrlephona Beaeanabka irrma I ouple Apply BearhUnda. St %  a 0IM 14 1 SSt n IHI Si a LtHTMlV-Cali %  ewaah Julv. contalnma 4 'Una Kafrlaarotpr t IVMS tor May. June badSBBBB %  HI Fully fumiMbad Dial B310. Mi. 13.4 11 .In PLAT"Fully lurnlahed amall upper ilai in Marine Ganlena Available Mny 1.1 Phane Mra alhaon. Marina Hotel" 13 4 a-| { n ri-\Tdre. Si La from May I I Punilahad Flat at Dun. Pa, auitable for two only,/ mardi PnotuB340 nv raarrriictlnrai af ih* In-uran. I win (J .|i „ v,kM.|.,. narit airaaa, on FrtBap, ISBV at 1 pay. A:o Sadaa Caw aa. u aa. il R ARCHRR M, Kf \7\T AlattJ .HI-' 11 4 M *n I have been In.lrutlad by Mlaa May King to aall al Itar hu..*r at aireet Spaiaht.lov.,, -t I -> Thuradav neat ITlh April haf lnu-ho d furniture wnieh .nrl.rte. Bound MahAfl Tahla. I Mahog B~aer. %  Man.* Chair*. (Vdar Pre. a',i,.,a %  . %  .i i IF i BMf llama of Interest Tana* ,,h D-AIbCV A SCOTT. UNDER THE SILVER HAMMER On TUBBDAV 1U. by order of Mn R Weal wr will .all ih* Raatauruul hjjmBura of Ihr Victoria Club. rmiRl.lit. lmna Table, ..ad Cbair. in Pine. Tre.. i* TabW. Lawdar. Paah Chalra ; Dtnne tantefl r-Fra* and Olaaa Ware, wnn -in Tea P-ola. Spoon.. Porka. Cuthrry leal*, and WeiahU. Oven. Saucepaiia. tetll** cab* pane; r !_.. { md other llema. Kale U noon Tt RRANKER. TaOTMAN A CO.. UNDER THE IVORY HAMMER I IMasasB iroiM.ii from th faT^aaSK. H M tT" ** "•"' ^ r !" 0 Bl Mk-iuwi. Boar, n, ipfa-R M r ca" !" V?' Ck "' 0, >" n d lnr T*rmi VINCENT OlI.I-FiTH. Aiartlonear _^ U 4 U-4.. UNDER THE IVORY HAMMER I Inrtrucllona t %  %  < %  I wi April lath al Meana Nebon Strrrt. la Hmlaon Cir IDamaBpd |n Rale al 2 3D p m VINCENT (JHinnTM. Aiirilonaer -eiv.d a/aaj t 1 -ell n Friday, QaaafaTal BaSfa I • • l< l il" H 1' ABB accldrn Trma AHAWAY SI Philip .,.!. 3 bad. ra. FuHv furnbHMd Lighllng Planl "null >!>i>iy Double Car Port, twa rant room, prom Mat i.t. Pbana KII DARX Hedfoni Avenue. SI. Michael T min. Yarhl Club *Bp ba 1*1 tram lot %  r I3lh June lo Slat Tkrrmbat Wall '.mi,.h*d hiinaalov. Drawing, riming J fli.in.ir Uadiooma. aarvanU room, garage %  III | RWSB !.%  i onkci N.i n.n relephon* 4S1I |j 4 SS-ln. II1TH\II\.H Ma.veil Road. lin* Fully Phone M or Met) 11 4 SS—an MODgfUf FURNIBHED FT-AT-wtlh Silver and Linen. Good Bra-baU-dng rat futthar partlculara. Applr lo Ainu U-hlay No. • Coial Sanda. Worthing Dill Ur UNDER THE SILVER HAMMER >. nnnwijAv IIU. b. onin „t Mr. &J?i5L> c mL US, w^ ?uT Chair, all ,„ Mahogany" f>*d.-rBrt "'"fabli^fM^^SSi Cryatal |Aa 1 w3L*ST to a T ~aaralr*. Bl*. Tbbl* a n g f^fj Che-t*rS*ia PalnlrH Daab W ~ — I| Ta^Oao.1 OP 1J illng and Draaainai t...i,.. good rankI Tablaa all h. FU mil lira pninu aUK DadMead and. ia-*aaing Table tornJ*r*aa. Book. blnrd Bed.!. %  * Kn„ Hratat —-~~ waSBat^rBaa^'ft.-i^^ ' ^ /r-a SJ 0 *1-fde-. Ki'.nen Tabl SJS^S 1 SXX? SS* "•** %  e*. 3 HO. -..Z. >n perfert condiUon and r fine larffe and Ovei %  *• %  rthai mcWaUVaWI CTSSM Casasf. baaV -. Fullv fnrniahrd. lighling Planl U. in mill aupply. Double Garage, threi dfe-vai'l room* For May and BBSS. Of lobrr 1st Phone 44T 10 t si 1 f n REMINGTON. C .id laNea Folly ,. \ s. ... •nar of Fontabellr Prona Iftah April Phone esei S 4IB-An aUNBaTT VIEW Fumlahad %  all lonvenlen.r. groan IJlh May Dl.>l a.4BS-li SKA QUEEN On Ihe Sen. HeaUnga. .^n ihe lal May Fur tuithcr pnrtk-ular. %  1 %  : % %  RRANKKR. TIOTMAN A CO A lie 11 BB ram. THF (JIRL (iHDF FAIR 111 NC.A1 1 %  inrea • f >ml.her|. badiuoaa Hona kll rheetted mu.t bring all articlaa of -B" Coa —Twt Ptiahiraa Oemonrtrai BAND -PHACnCBBl Band prarUeaa will b* held on Wed iC.N AIJV-COURSE All KCOt of IM Signal piaioori will attend Ihi wednaaday lath April. ISBs. al ir hour. ANNUAL CAMP Th* Annual Camp will b* held al Walker.. St Andrew from Frldav 1] lo rumdav a June 14 All rank, who are abl* to -ttea.l and have not yal I I'.ndad in lhatr namaa ahoukl Inform the R sI'ORT* MEETING ''"Ma^ij 1 11 1 9DOH M "'"" ml "' "* h ld ^ ,h *dvannah on Salurd. ("ltDERI.Y :i AP [_ Orderly OAVar Laeui T. A Oiltana Orderly S*rje-rt 354, Rjt. Wllllama. f Neai far fat; Orderly Officer Orderly Barjeont For further particular., apply M GARDINER AUSTIN & COaa LTD.-Afe.itg. OFTICEH AND ORDERLY SERJEANT FOR WEEK ENDING . A a -I.I....I HOARDING and LODGING il Bwa-lnUrbe— Onmssan Siraai. apo.Ha Maa1 Cnllafa Mot ad Apply in ,TTCT Jofa-A ia,av wim iBBBta aher an. mfiuree amiiion 4 r Cemp.mon f* a IM> wli Df*ro\ a family Writ* E e' 1 travelling Auroral* 11 4 IS %  an PERSONAL M II in:'. FI:. 1KEWEA-COX. Malar, S 0 I. P A Ad)ulant. 1 Rarbadoa Ragtmanl 1F.RIAI. NO 1 LBAVE—PRIVnXGE C O Patark.n aToSTw-. Cadrt. Ocanled I week !••!.. Apr M. with pemuaM. I ha I.Ian il Granted 1 week. 1" I.av wef li* Apr M. with prrr'Uenon Is kaavo 1h>> Wl-nul Oranfad 3 weal % % %  "— ', %  " %  "• "-'I*. iu i^Niian. hereby wamad adaSnal CIASaCT. .tec IIINDHi -,.,.,.,.i holal mvtalf reapnnuM* f 4| i*r or anyone Mar contracting any •rittati order .igned bv m*'" * CHARLES M cl'MIimBATCrf, Hol*4ow-v 94 Jamaa II 4 SS—*a BOLIVIA ASKS FOR MEDICAL AID LA PAZA. BoUvia. April 12. A radio dispatch says [hat Bolivian Radio Stations are asking for Foreign medical aid for wounded and dying. Amateur Kadio Operators said that the wounded had occupied all the beds ar-fl all the available floor space tr c.ouded La Pa* Hospitals. Bodies uf dead were said to be piled up gl the atrecu. —U.P. rhaiiks^iving Sfrviff The Members of Orlsln Chapter No. 1 INDEPENDENT UNIRD ORDEK "f MECHANICS will celebrate their annual THANKSGIVING DAT OB Bandar. April t, rci %  at the MECHANICS HALL lit Roebuck Street Service begins at 1.39 p.m. Friends and Members of Kindred Lodges are cordially invited Th* Board of Trade announcr that agreement has now been reached with the Italian authorities OB the turns of settlement of pre' S war and war-time debts due from Italy and Trieste which were ex-'g pressed in lire, and fall within the term> of Ihe Anglo-Italian Financial! S Agreement No. Ill of April ITlh. 1947. Debts of this kind which have JPQpOQfblJOIj been registered or recorded with the Administration of Enemy Property i Department, the Ministero del Tesoro. Rome, or the Ufflclo Itallano del Cambi. Rome, are regarded (subject to their eligibility in other respects) as qualifying for transfer, provided thai the debtors have deposited or will deposit the appropriate amounts in lire with the! Italian authorities Details of claims not already recorded with any | of these) authorities (except for claims in respect of Italian State Loans and State-guaranteed loans) should be sent to the Custodian of Enemy PropeTtj*, Public Buildings, as soon as possible. Claims in respect of interest on and redemption of Italian State Loans and State-fusyanteed loans should also be made to the Custodian of Enemy Property The final date for the notification of these claims to Rome Is May 1st. HrSa. After tkat date the Italian authorities will be under no obligation to accept applications In order that may claims should reach Rom.by that data, claimant-, are requested to subrnlt their claims lo the Custodian of Enemy Property, in quadruplicate, by the ISta of April U.4 32-ln. Select that Wcddlnr. Gift from our sioea of — ii MI lion \ II | r WAKE i i %  ; vi 11 \ i i; M io1111 i Cnr. Broad A Todor Sts. 1*/? rov GOtntttMATENC roi'R 'itmttT If so, we have an excellent raimc of READY MIXED PAINTS Any advirr or informalion wr shall hiUARTTPS FOR sorjTEnnts FROM INDIA. CHINA CETLON THANI'S rr. Vfm. Hr. SI. Dial MM All types includina Travelling. Dressing Table. Office, Wall, Brccket and of course the inevitable Alarm. LOUIS L. BAYLEY OF Bolton Lane and Aquatic Gift Shop Phona 3909 Phone 4897 iMivr/w; JOH\ M. BI.ADOX A CO. A.F.S, F.VA RKAL FAT ATE Ala'tXTS Comprvkenticr l.utiagt l/wuy.. Attiilahli^-.w--x.'--^ ;.



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SCVPIY ADVOCATE SUNDAY, APRIL 13. 1MI Sewing My Bud 8 €t advUto to wives is this — Make Him Pay Up Ify Eileen Ante raft B PENNY NOLANHEM FINISHES ;-*>rly finished hem esn W W rM M of any dress or skirt a careful Muuy of corrcc* hemming procedures ia well worth >i ur mult. The llmt essential is an evenly mwMd hemline This should be done with pins after the rest of the draw la finished. The pins •hould be placed clow together. The perso.i marking the hemliii.mutt be willing to take time and TWERE will be budget dlscusaumi ihU week in G ur. Place me pin* at the finishm u homes—whether the family income La %  >d length desired, llefore remov^ w^k OT £2.000 a year. X ^ e ll .ntlLCT 0 11 a,,on 1 Budget will put extra money i.urU dSi i U .fe n e Ul ,he ho*p5S ^Sa^^SttW 1 ,00d8,Ufl ' I ipretd .K„ „i. re "V Mn • • blr oft durlM MOTHER, how's your 'efficiency'? Cheek these potnii BABY'S DIET. Take off ONE mark tor overir.-dina almost a* bad as un* >lr,-d.m and ANOTm for irregularly limed meala. A really iiadequai* dlt, f|.. perpfiual bt-ad %  sunne, loans TWO marks. Moderaiely inadaauate feeding, e.g. po— hie viuuiiin mortage, loaea ONEln| the dreai examine the pin* to -%  if Om re placed in a continuous line, if one appeari out M'inraturc that pin and %  djiatl After taking off the dre out on a table and ••-V", To kceP f ,t h and * j take ENU • Readjustment in the family Income will }.. MTM. the hem making the fold exactly on the line of plnj. Baste cloae to 'he fold must take acuW •as-'djfsrsie SET a: kSs&Astfis ch.ll, R.H, !" ul hvln H W.TnclSU CSMf^JMB -<^""? %  AST'S CONDITION. Score THREE tor good. TWO for fair. ONB for poor. Top dirt on a craaliiig rainy costs no marks but ciotnes tnai ware dlityWnen put on lose you ONE. Bo do d:riy nngernalla In a baby under us weeks old VOIR ATI IT! DE U Use Bab*. Your baM lias five need* tor mental bapplneas: Hr sh aild (eel Lha'. hiis wanted, ne should I"-i secure, he should have equality "lib. brothers and sisters, he should be reasonably tttrrTJ" 1 1 and he artould have some WTB with somewhere to play wiih Uiem in noiay games. Score TBBXE it all five needs are satisfied Score TWO If you fail him on one or two needs. Score ONE If three or more of nut rids are not b*4ng in-:. CONDITION ef the bease. Score lull marksman: if the home la reasonably clean and tidy. Take ONE mark off if you are so Houseproud that laundry charge*, personal coke, repair services !" k ahoe-mendlng dry Every woman they have no rd„ \ .... for them-selvw, A smart cocktail shoeof black husbands retain natd* n aa a cut-out front and. spending money each p | a tf orm B „d buckle studded with diamante. Italy again produces „•. Leaving bi-ttsjiniiiaue and be bouiif !" / i ra. aa:"& ii-wwc r food oontinuously .mount of hem depth aU coal and ..round Is as Important to the such as looks as having the bottom of the cleaning The daily wra-nniT WK'H . **' batter [O have a comeaTn *lg U St*S?cl2Z. ^J^TJ^ -"" * **"* he same ing now costs more (3s an hour X" -v C n if U %  that in many Londi ureas, whereas Si ng ^ hem narrow hem that 'lepth all around than a hei is deep in some placca only to two years town where there wa-*nt 2s). i-nough cloth for a hem that depth. l'p And t'p The edge of your hem may be The greengrocer's bill has riaon 1 different ways, steadily, the grocer's account hi ago she worked for ftnlxhcd In The finish you cnoose dri>ciid* ( the cloth. A heavy cloth that does not fray may be pinned or trimmed even and catch stitched without turn. ing under the edge. The catch | stitch Is a croaa stitch and •rept up by a few pennies nearly < vrry week. Eggs, bacon, cleaning materials. Nearly every essential item for the home has gone up. The late increases will officially mean another jump of Is. 6d. Healthy, happy families lake ENO'S Fruit Salt' Vlcasant, refreshing Fruit Silt" is the penile corrective most of us need to keep the system regular. ENO'S is particularly Miublc for children—and for anyone withadclicaic stomach. ENO'S lately relies cs ovcr-aadity, a inosi frequent cause of indigestion, heartburn and flatulence. It v^tthes and settles the stomach upset by unsuitable food or drink. A dash of ENO'S at any time ol day makes i sparkling, invigorating health-drink. Keep ENO'S handy Eno's Fruit Salt' .—<*p • worked from left to right. Only P* 1 "."*** 1 ,or each aduJl member %  few threads should be caught "f the family. in the garment so that the stitches V ne nf "*? ar ' u menui a won't show on the right side. *" c can produce at a family conThin fabrics are usually best f erf,ncc " housekeeping mot*** finished by turning under about l ? *. "s? 1 housekeeping lok a quarter of an Inch at the tora.w OWinK ner **!"? PPfliture of the hem and machine stltch^^H hat is ;^ched h ^fs' the^^emn^T bT ^^"iJirU^rSSKe^ "3114 blind stitching or m,c whip P ,ni h^ ^ a'? oveTS^a t/SnS aklng very tiny stitched where ng !" Anther quick !" they will show. Slip stiUhing is bringing price Increases home U ically better than either of tho doubtful husbands is to take them two above In most cases In slip week-end shopping on a Satuistitching the needle is run dav morning. through the turned edge so that Most reasonable men will soon the thread between stitched is enunderstand and want to try to closed In the tum. This helps case the problem. to prevent catching the thread Happily the really mean huson something and so pulling the hi'"*! ' not commonhem out X 3? No! Knoueh works in ^ c if cocktail mule that New re pocket Yyrkerg a re raving about. Most i to use as she unu^ai style, in red or green Is only a few wBh b iack. has a wedge heel and hollowed arch. Pretty toeleasi hopsack playishoe has a wedge heel and deep pcbblo-gmTd. Novelty for holiday wear: raffia sandals made in Trieste. Stars for . This week the most important wholesale fashion houses show their mid-season summer collections. These include ndnptatlons of leading Paris spring fashions. Starred In my notebook. . •• "Middy-lln .•" black silk cocktail suit. • White net evening frock trimmed with crinoline straw soap bubbles. ••• Waistlesa Jucket in lilac utility linen over black linen dress. • Waist-trick dresses with cumberbund belts and bust-line boleros, whioh raise the waist several Inches. ••• 'Restart Lounger*," consisting of Jeans, pirate scarf, caps and contrasting coolie Jackets in rayon tweed. M 3THER. how's your maternal eflVlency today? Or in moi-homely language how good do you honestly think you are at looking after your baby ? The most reliable way of finding out is by filling in the chart above, according to two Oxford University social scientists who have measured ihe maternal efficiency of &M mothers. The two scientists. JfcAN rilUAITIS .uiJ 1\N SI Till R I.AND. made surprise checks in Oxlord houses and flats where there were babies up to one year. Alter quizzing parents, prying in bedrooma and examining halves, they assessed how good the mothers were. They found that two out ot every three women who had homer of their own scored In'.'. marks. Half the mothers living ."*." -'at". Running a house well olien clashes wiih being a good mother The over-house-proud wile may stint her chi'^rwn ol Healthslun She may mane ire untuned by (ceding them in '.he kiicln-.i to aave precious carpels. To check vourseti nil in the chart nght away so that you record your bab>s cond.uon 1 it would be if the walked in no* unexpectedly. At first Ihe scientists thought they would have to take the mother's own health into account when BBaB f Urtna; nal efficiency But (hey found that bv self-sacrifice most mothers overcome the disadvantages of ill-heaiih so (hat thetr ah.idrcn do get NffeS London ExuiiWhat's Cooking In The Kitchon? fASri*. HAT No 2: H tfu while fwtfcs' •<*•• ' '• Mtof'tesM.aw rSt OprJ Ecclcs On Fashion Advocate of gay clothes for men is Minister of Work* Mr. Fairest division is to take what David T.-cles. is left after all housekeeping and Talking to a Federation of aria uxr %  IfftMlalWINill IHHM.I 1 \U \t IIUS. *HW HBMtSCHZ. BIUOI NN SS. IMMI.IMION. | .Solrf I'M r>of>/#a for taxiing /it \ln -\ i Most often used method for The weeks most interesting olh excuses have been budPainting Contractors on Monday finishing 4 hem on m e d I u m housekeeping budget story was & Xcd tur "od divide this In two, night, he declJ-red: "It Is time weight fabrics o,on heavy ones the £3 u week housekeeping. l".wever small it may be. we broke out rrom the very that fray Is the seam binding allowance wife, who left her g5Certainly it would make for sombre colours which for a hunttnish. Matching seam binding Is a-week husband because ahc """"* happier and more contented dred years hove been the pinned to the evenly trimmed could not manage on the money homes. fashion. .... edge of the hem and machine ~ •'"> t"e„ got %  d.vuree for BtCfl Into Spring %  Ecc should be pleased stitched The binding is then *l*rtinn Out of this £3 she had Shoes for Spring and Summer with Ihe pyjama manufacturer en to pay 10s. 2d. rent. She found an light M a faVsMr. who la launching a range of peathis impossible and asked for £4 Weighing only a few ounces. co ** pyjamaa for fashu a week, which the husband remany of the flexible sandals are C VJ U ninles. fused. I ui place with one wispy Highlights of the collection. This la the first case of its kind. Tartan taffeta pyjama coata blind stitched to the dress. Be sure to keep your seams in line when turning up a hem. Extra fullness In the hem should ^^^h^'^VT^rS Hul *' tba-t'nioney^-ui:;^ 'N'VI-. rAattl fMW M sumwith green Un -horta; making these pleats don l fight arr ^^ CBUBO of mon marriw | nu ,,' ,. ll|ri(||v v ,. rv „„„„ w „ lon striped coata. with olasUclsed n pleat ..nhamiinfat than infidelitv. [la in string colour, with black waists, over one-colour trousers; PQ.,. D MOU Iaa nylon mesh, and black There Is a feeling for twoMfln j..ckeU faced wffh dull toned colours and textures, and KpW. worn with the new sleepHere are three easy recipes for cakes. You can use what is left over from the sultana of the Easter Cake, or some pieces of chocolate. Chocolate Cake Chocolate (not milk chocolate) —4oz. Eggs-2 Sugar—1 oz. Melt the chocolate with a bit of water on the fire until you have a fairly thick custard. Mix the yolks of the eggs with the sugar. Beat the whites of the two eggs until stiff. Pour the chocolate custard on the yolks of the eggs and the sugar, then add gently the whites. Put in a moderate oven until ready. (About 20 minutes). unhnppln loth. Make each pleat where H comes naturally. Never Many down-trodden wives feel I patent Rathe make u pleat so deep that it runs they are not receiving llieir fall clear to the hem line. Pin pleats *harc of the family income vertically. It Is usually better to Apart from inadeqmile housebaste before hemming whin your skirt is very flared. BROADCLOTH IS THE LATEST IN PYJAMAS EASY TO SEW AT SUCH LOW COST. TOO.' Watch the exciting "tripe* anrl comfortable, cool wear of %  Tei-madV' Raleigh Print Broadcloth plcnw the men and boy* in your family' You'll like the easy sewing and washing Raleigh is %  mootb in texture and unusually durable %  ideal for shirU. and blouses, in addition to pyjamas The low cost will surprise you! Try Broadcloth by "Tex-mnde" today Women everywhere are buying it. B sure to ask for the identification bands and tag—your agsurance of genuine tub-fast 'Tex-made" Broadcloth. The Truth in Your Horoscope for black patent Unusual court shoe model, of black suede, is trimmed with a black patent rose. The same shoe is made in beige linen, with a Ml laaatMf !!<\ver and matching buttonhole From Italy come white or black guipure lace sandals, with grosgraln heels and one fragile strap. Ing shorti Rock Garden Hat Most print hat comes frnm America. Called l k C.arden." it is covered with wax buds and flowers, each permanently perfumed *ith a ditleien! scent WORLD COPYB1GHT RT-StHVED —I..E.S. Brioche This brioche can be either sweet, or you can eat It as a main dish with peas or any other vegetables. Flour—4 lb. EggS-2 Duller2 or.. Lard—2 ox. Yeast I package Ham—2 oz. CheeM 1 tabU'^puonful. (if you want it sweet instead of the ham and the cheese you can pi>t some orange rind, some sultana (about 2 tablespoonsful) and 2 tablespoonsful of sugar). Put the flour OB the kitchen table or pastry boat.l, put the yeast the centre, a pinch of salt. If you use dry yeast you can melt it before In half a cup of lukewarm water. Add the eggs, the butter (or margarine) and the lard. Mix everything and start beating the dough with your hand. By beating the dough. I mean Just the movement you make when you slap your naughty son or daughter. If the dough Is not soft you can add a tiny bit more of tepid WStar. Work the dough until you will be able to lift It with your hand from the table 'Add the ham cut In small pieces and the cheese (If you are making a sweet brioche add the ugar, the orange rind and the sultanas). Put it in a cake Un and leave It In a warm place for about 20 minutes. Bake it In a moderate oven. Sponge Cake (3 eggs for 2 people) Fot every egg 1 tablespoonful of sugar and 1 of flour. Beat the yolks of the eggs with the sugar. add the flour and then the whites which you have already beaten until still When everything is thoroughly mixed add 1 IsVsl '...spoonful of cream of fairl a SEMI i : ; i'iiate of soda. Butter the cake tin and put a tiny bit of flour at the bottom of tiunn Move ths caks tin with your hands un'.il the flour has covered the whole tin. I'our the mixtun in the tin and bake in modBratS 0V*0 for about 20 minute;'. Would you lika to know hat lh Stn Indlc.Ulur yuu Would >-m li lo IMt fira U* skill ol Pundit T-bor.. Indls'i mod limoua Aitiologar. who b> Di \n Mas CLASKB. providing, of course, that It harWe> all ne*d sympaihy and momses with what the bride is adv.ee ai times and Mrs. Clark. = *~' ^„ Jjjft.5 is WJSC friend who is always 0|hcr nandt ', r „ ts a blg wedding qlad U-> give II. w uh special dresses, and especially MARY aWttSt, "I am ootna to f he drcs wou ld be of no use to be a brldetriiaid In a momli'J >0 u afterwards, the bride usually lime. / hare hea'd (hot Ihe bride n-.akes'thc purchase. Such elaboris BHj'posed to h u %  ), dreut for ate antaea are not suitable for ..** ,hc u **^ dln O. *'" ""• '"•"P"' ,' a y general wear after the ceremony. *"2£Z$r" nU P9m Mmm i Thai I should buu agji*.ft A At u ri fe. "Am / bctn 0 dull i |H.i> U !.riM hi. %  yalem Tabor* tU "Ot O blfl WCddl'i'/. W hat should and ^^ JoH{ „, y hulbO'ld'i —no rou riUCE yotir Aalral Inlrtr>ri> f do?" interest." -M. uXV, Z~? aaar^^aSasuTsI /^.KNEltAU-Y speaking, If U is V"OU must understand, my dear. ,01*01 aU flaorlr ir mony wanted loi I Poauc* *lr but Pinlal Oid'i lor atallonrry, IUUI and other li,la lllrralur*. V b imairl al tha rvnurk.bla a. ol hta iUI.in.nU about -ou and >uui a flair a Write now a. thla ofler may nol bw -nsda saaln Addma: PUNDIT | TABOHE. (Dept 313-D'. Uppar For]*ll Street. Ilombay at, kidla, I'oaUit lo IndD is r,u. yourMir. No ^-* a simple wedding a< you say, thai your husband is tired ywtroiogitai *'"* %  .and if you can wear what you like in the evening" after such a hard day's work as you describe. Be understanding and do not expect to be entertained by him all the time. Why not go out in the afternoons yourself and devote the evenings to making him feel rested and at peace with the world. 1 know It Is not much fun going out all alone. Have you a woman friend? But please, my dear, 1 nsk you not to peeler your husband to take you out so much. Remember that his hard labours provide y -u with your livelihood. D. L. (ST. THOMAS) u'riles. "f am ihinlimy Of taking MS nurrnij Please adt-ise DM at I am not sure |/c( if I really team to i/i" up 'N|/ life lo litMsa In a hospital. / hare a chanct lo go to England soon lo study." *THE girl who takes up this M. absorbing work must have a tnn* and sincere love for the sick and Infirm and be In tBimi a wJ enough lo s icriflce herself, completely ,.nd entirely, for her \ aUantl It is an absorbing and satisfying work. It is more lhan a Jorj—it is a vocation. You lll net little or no thanks; you will be tired and shall Betas in tVary Umb .nu! .ill for thOSa who ci.nt-t help themselves. Hirdship and tribulation 'hall be your lot. my dea. but if you really hive nursing let nothing stard In your way a—for a girl—it is one of the noble*! and finest of sll professions. You can lind true happiness only in complete self-sncrince. MRS. P, urife.-, "/ am c U-idow a On Page 7 -in Vividly gay, audaciously smartpSKE M MORSE\5 "ISSSff PILLS %  r 0. BARIADOS AND YOU CANT GO WRONG! The regular use of Lanalot llair Food will, by m action on the rooti and icalp. nou< i*h every hair gland and encourage richer groaih. It provides nouiiuuDcot lo the scalp and hair roots and corrects luch troubles at DANDRUFF PARTIAL BALDNESS THIN A FALLING HAIR The daily application of this Hair Food reaalim unfailingly In a really beautiful ftloaay head of hair. LANALOL No. I With oil (Tallow Label) tor dry scalp. LANALOL No. 2 Wuhout oil (Grasn Label) lor hair that Is naturally tfly — Mtrlnrant and cooling. LANALOL CREAM (Blua Labal). A glossy hair dreuing. LANALOL SOLIDIFIED (UakallM bo.) An idail flKMlya. LANALOL SOAP SHAMPOO (Red Label). A I.quid totp da luaa. i .1 Dlatrlbalors: GENERAL AOENCT CO-. (Barbados) Ltd. P.O. Bex 17 Lanalol III! 10 III 1091 ij 0 oo IIIHU



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I'Vi.i M(.in si sow Aiivocvre SI NDA1 UKii. 13. MSI ll\KMlH)S!&#AmUttflL — T-^j-^.l Sunday. April 13. ltS2 I'ASM \t.l It SIIII'S THE announcement from Canada that the two remaining Lady liners are to be withdrawn irom service at the end of this summt-r has been followed by the news of the expected arrival in Barbados thin month of Capt. Clarke, Managing Director of Canadian National Steamships. The British West Indian territories have a direct interest in the Canadian National Steamship lines because they have been contributing for years £45,000 annually in subsidies, and the Eastern Caribbean still contributes £27,000 each year. The provision of passenger accommodation on Canadian National Steamships is in accordance with the Canada West Indies trade agreement which came into effect in 1927 and was still in force when the war of 1939 began. The agreement was intended to last for twelve years and in 1938 Canada gav notice of Its intention to end it with effect from 1940. This denunciation never became effective and although Canada has often expressed dissatisfaction with the existing arrangement nothing has been done since 1949 when a fact finding committee which was fully representative of West Indian Governments and of Canadian National capacity not "ess than half that provided by the Lady Nelson The only other ship approaching this capacity is the Fuiness-Withy "Fort Townshend" which now calls at West Indian ports once monthly, but not on a f turn basis. If two ships of the passenger carrying capacity of the "Fort Townshend" could be put on a North South regular run the passenger requirements of the islands—which could then be assisted by the Alcoa and C.N.S. freighters would appear reasonably bright. Can such a solution be found ? If it cannot then a face-the-facts committee ought immediately to be appointed to consider the provision of a minimum passenger and steamship service for the Caribbean. Little hope can be entertained that the United Kingdom at this late stage is going to consider contributing towards a subsidised steamship service of the West Indict Little hope can be entertained that the Eastern Caribbean which presently contributes £27,000 annually towards the subsidised Canadian Natioi.al Steamship service can increase its contributions by any large amounts. Yet it is an axiom that until adequate inter-island steamship accommodation has been provided that progress towards closer association of the British Caribbean territories will remain nebulous. But even without closer association it ought by now to be apparent to anyone who thinks, that unless greater interCaribbean trade results in the near future, Silting On Tin* Fence though unusual, is not unknow rffcal hi*lor>. Sometime* Ihc patient grows i a faJrlv rosy pace of about t inches a day. which gives, rclatlvi -In ,ud, dub vou „„, p „ "-•• '" "** %  "'" ii h;ivc no clothes on. >:..i* of conversation arc higher than outside."' From an article by Dudley Barker. |N the club '•* %  -"* .nene. a oay. wmen give,,, 1. male member i entertaining lni) to ^ th(> bu ,idc7s ... i [Mli fui *t. atructur.il aheratioCM t> the house How do you like it here When the patient grows at I „„ On.has to get used to U. What .p^af^ M~ the situation become* ,, *, .„ happened to the naked old lad £ fan UiUc as a page out of "Mica ** £* *i ^ who spilled a plate of #reldi* m Wonderland." M,up down hersel/? I didnt notice aha ute while, her startled family was :<> it man of 105 has few advanpt that you know it can't last very* long. I 'Although at that age, they will understand you. if they are still capable of understanding anything; and although you wont ii cooking to do, except %  oft things like gruel, I think a husband who Is usual your evening** I -Tie. SjassBd / bei she did. And what about the fat man who dropped an ouster on his naked gtamaeh and tabbed a fork into it? \\ II ..ch naked? Didn't uou hear him yeUliy'* / May, is (hoi gonlebndu on /ire in the orinehuir" I expect a member has dropped i lighted match on his chest II requently happens here. itt.in M There was the case of n girl * ho gftew at the rate of an inch a r'un"Ther-fnre. 1 think W or t7 are the ideal ages. •t'nless abnormal, a man of 9i st dinner. n „ had his fling, can still be atBy the time they reached the tracUve if not too hairy, and Is % % %  head bad shot through rt] ;| voung enough to keep awake the celling. Firemen, working tll supper ti me B Three A Minute Tighter have read for e-pHE most frightening statistics K as that sque ggrl with Steamships met together in Barbados to discuss the future of the o**senger sert— the area as a whole will continue to suffer vice provided by Canadian National Steamfrom periodic gluts and shortages of proships. The disadvantages which would accrue to the West Indies as a result of the Lady Liners being taken off the run were among the many effects c arguments put forward by Canada last year when an all out campaign to liberalise trade between the Dominion and the West Indies was waged. That campaign resulted in victory for the Canadian exporters but despite that victory it seems that the West Indies are fated to lose the benefits which they derive from the continuance on the Caribbean run of the Lady Rodney and the Lady Nelson. What those benefits are may be appreciated from statistics kept locally by the Barbados Publicity Committee. In 1951, a total of 1,219 passengers disembarked in Barbados from the Lady. Nelson and the Lady Rodney. Of these 88 had joined the liners at Halifax, 150 at Boston and 981 from Bermuda, British Ciuiana and other British Caribbean ports. It is important to realise that 1,219 represents the total number of passengers actually disembarked at Bridgetown. Some idea of the volume of intransit passengers coming ashore during stop-overs in Carlisle Bay may be obtained from reflecting that the passenger capacity of the two liners is approximately 200 in the case of the Lady Nelson and 120 in the case of the Lady Rodney. And frequency of calls in flarbnds of these ships is one every eightren dayt Further information is provided by comparison between the number of 1,219 passengers disembarking from the two liners in 1951 and the number of 351 disembarking from the three C.N.S. freighters during the same pericd. Of this latter number 337 embarked in British Caribbean ports. If the total of 981 passengers disembarking from the Lady Liners in 1951 is added ^ to the total of 337 disembarking from the i freighters the same year, it will be observed that nothing less than a fleet of 12 freighters would be required merely to ; replace Caribbean passenger requirements at present. This is plainly impossible, and 5 no one would make such proposals. Y^et the comparison is worth making because it throws into relief the gravity of • the situation which will arise when the C.N.S. liners are taken off in the autumn. And this decision according to a Canadian Press message hasalready been notified to the Canadian Parliament this month. What is going to happen ? The news that Moore McCormack liners are planning five visits to Barbados this summer is welcomed news because passengers on those liners will to some extent recoup the island for the losses which it is bound to suffer because of the cessation of visits from the Lady liners. But Barbados can take little consolation from such knowledge once it realises that 1,219 less passengers will be disembark1 ing here annually and that passenger communications between this island and the other West Indian territories will deteriorate yet further, when the I^ady liners go. Even if British West Indian airways were expanding its services (and this has not been evidenced in iccent years, rather tne reverse) tnere would still remain the hard core of passengers who will only travel by sea. Their number according to the above quoted figures Could hardly be accommodated unless existing freighter passengers services were trebled. It seems therefore that the only solution which can be offered to the withdrawal of the Lady Liners is the provision of one or more passenger carrying vessels of a ducts available within the area. Great efforts are being made to promote trade between the islands and mainlands of the British Caribbean, and individual territories are adding to their small island revenues by promoting the export of certain products. These efforts ar c already being handicapped by the paucity of shipping facilities in small islands like Montserrat. The withdrawal of the Lady liners from remote West Indian islands like Montserrat may lead to its relegation into the category of inaccessible Caribbean islands like Saba, St. Martins, Anguilla and others. It is futile to continue the discussion of West Indian federation until a provision of adequate West Indian steamships has been arranged. Without ships, talk of federation is a mockery. And much more would be achieved by convening a conference sponsored by the French-Dutch-American nnd British metropolitan governments to draw up a 4-nation Plan for improving sea and air coissfViunicatioi s between all the territories for whose benefit the Caribbean Commission came into being. No thanks. And w fine, handsome, Jun rarr-iiry chicken at table? Head waitress? You mean the one he the Well, you know what I mean You mean the one with the ather large flat feet? J thought you didrhinos like thai in this tint* We are permitted to notice feet. Growing Girl "My daughter has suddenly shot up to 5ft. 10ms. This has made her awkward in manner as well as movement. .'*— A mother complaining to a America, •^'raffes Disease", whxh. al"•— -"•->"-H —rrU "On the other hand, marriagr Yes! WeTriedOut Iftaiianas The Briti*h Caribbean are as a whole, coiii liyti nrnon belief. has a diversified ngricultuir. This statement made In the report of the Comptroller for Devcl..prnc.ii and Welfare. 1951 may divert attention from another fai t that goes contrary < opinion, which is. that Barbados ltl)| lhc Barbados Cotton Central has often attempted to diversify pagton which haJ been set up on Is agriculture. eld I Will. rF CHRISTMAS is primarily the festival of the Christian family. Easter is the festival of the sum total of Christian famihts. At Christmas individual families ,'.dher together at a time of peace and roodwill to welcome into tbeir homes the Holy Child on whom their hopes of salvation depend. At Easter millions of Christians scattered all over the world celebrate the achievement of that salvation. The Holy Child, the remembrance of whose forty days of penitential fasting has been remembered during Lent and who was eruciflcd on Good Friday nearly two thousand years ago, has risen from the dead. Christians at Easier therefore have something to rejoice about; something which takes precedence over all other Christian festivals. Christus Vincit. The Saviour of the world, who refused to come down from the Cross, refused to save Himself at the invitation of those who tortured Him with cruel taunts but whose cry in giving up the ghost, wrung from the startled Roman centurion an admission of His divinity, rises at Easter preparatory to reluming to His father in Heaven. The Holy Child, who was born in a Manger at Christmas Day, who was crucified and buried, rises front the dead, reveals Himself to His followers and then leaves them in the happy assurance that He has gone back to His father, in the many mansions of whoso House, they can confidently hope for admiilaiu-e. To-day, Christians in their millions are turning with renewed prayers and renewed hopes to the central truths of Christianity in which they see the only true answers to the challenge of atheistic communism. The hopes of the 19th century progressives of a world gradually growing better and better, more and more civilised under the benefictent influences of humanism and science are shattered. And today the voice which is raised most loudly, insistently uncompromisingly in defence of human freedom, human personality and the rights of man is the Christian Church against which the planners, of all modern revolutions since 1789 have made their primary assault. The battle which is raging most furiously in the world this Easter Day is not the shooting battle in Korea, Malaya, or IndoChina but the battle of ideas in which two major contestants are the exponents of atheistic communism and the followers of Christ. In this island of Barbados we can count ourselves fortunate as Christians to enjoy the blessings of a government which is committed in the instruments of our constitution to promote Christianity. That is a blessing which has been withdrawn from millions of our fellow Christians, for whom the central fact of their religion will be no less improtant this Easter day than it is to us. Gavin the I Weal India Committee. The attempt to export bananas failed eventually because of poor imodatlon on ships taking them to England. In 1902. fieasra W. Pink nnd Sons and the Royal Mail Company f which at first took the bananas freight free) made an effort By cBOfGE in mv „ s Lu6boclc and Sli Culh l-iels of cotton seed from the Sea ^.^ Q,,uter, M.P on January 23. Islands were prohibited. .g og F fSS. '5 arrCT ' '^"SV."X lionng the last 30 or 40 years." In 1W>2 there were ginned 4,288 s |1(J slr Conrlld ..,„,. fortunes of lbs of lint. ,„,. colony like those of all the For the season 1003-04 about w .„,,(-, have been sHaililv on ,,.,..ry 10 prevail, !" 80U acrw were plu nted in cotton J^SS? "^SwtBlTeS! time fetched a considerable LtM Wcr Head received seed cotton which yielded 104,923 lbs. of In 1905 a baling press similar to those used In the Sea Islandu was imported and erected. For the season 1904-05 about 1.847 acres were planted with cotton and from this area the Central Factory received seed cotton j „ ^ t of product!, which yielded 215.500 lbs. of tint. "J ;„',.,.,. Knglish statesmen anu On November 1. 1905. the fac,„ Z&\to tna admit that I i *T< \orv •>* transferred to the Har. |1(11(ll lirl n-rcalem-d With nun: bados Co-operative Cotton rac(hal lhc BUgar industry is nearly the point of extinction, and In the Keporr on 'he <4irHciilturol and Bolonlcal Department.-. Barbados, for the period 18981907. issued by the Imperial Com%  ntisionar of Agriculture for thWest Indies, an account ot th*> %  aUwir.oU Is made There we reu thai a small trade had actually jcen estabUshed U. export-swael %  orators and yam* to I-m.:on ii\ 1908 the Army and Now Snores ook tWO barrels of sweet potatoes oer month and the Wegtjndtan Produce Associate the acre has beecn steadily Roinu down in valua until now It la %  VOrttl anything. What Is the cause of the almost total ruin which has overtaken Barba,,..-. in loinmon with the entire West Indian colonies? ... It simply is that the Wes* Indies practically h,*ive no market for their produce The prices which sugar now brmK l l eason 1900-07. I dth were not ^an 5.000 acres were planted ion and the value of the lint ,n nvf bmrels. t"^The quantities of yams shipped to .^ff, rer* In Londoi. specified'but the idea of PPUUr'. : _, was ^76,370. ,,, 1R ,heyan ; h.Ion ;i n S ^P •%**3?££ va 1907-08 live and In 1946 pm ^*^ r •", when 7'104 „ cr s were under cot-t*sWiSi?3.avgs d steadily Vblish a banana trade between ^ a ^ ^ n e woTd^rSiV DanVei; Barbados and England. In the ^"** 1 ndus rv W8 demandvMtlt regard to Barbad| with the awkward political and social probi,,,, wnal 1to boeoa %  largn nd te.nning population?' Those problems have come U the shoulders of our genSraUon ;'ti< 1 how unfmrly have out forefathers been blamen 1 Ing no insight or public spirit b> ,bout 6'i tons of cotton were proH((|r0 t{ hc descendants of th. luced from trees grown locally. vrrv [ns^Jjtuneri Who presented w %  Why WU the West Indian sugai industry being mined? 1.. 1 Sir Conrad Reeves answer ri. West Indian sugar Indus-, trv was being ruined from the circumstances that West Indian sugar nd in fact sugar grown in cver> ,it and 2.431,775 lbs. of seed. Production dc:-r then J from trees grow ... 1902. an effort was 1 ost.il.lish an onion industry bados and the whole crop posed of locally. It did not long survive, however, du node tc 1 Barm dJalarge a shore of attention .*2!?""£K. !" ..e hi msl.uct the labourer, In.the deJ, bly ce-npeto In th the Ennllsr Inter months the bananas got to _rmland In good condition l^l during the h"! iiers rotted. An early cold ftoiage ,....„,„...,..,„,„.,„ .isnmc.d of bananas was lo-r A „ „, lhc „ tjlp ,....... |ci „nich granted boon*cond system of^ .old atnrogi „„ y h0 ore „ planUd with gS" Wc „f course, musl se known as Hall s sy;rn dW the JJJ / u ., Uv Sidtaja." '„',"„,• i„ improve our ogrlcullur. rick aiid "the fru t .rnved I-. AulnUon „, paid to agricol^ !,„„„. „',„ ou i p ut of sugar b ; tngland in good condUmn. not one ca chinc and In 1904 the ^^a,,. scientlde appliance. I one of the ordln. Ma .....rnotten that our enemies, thi aD arv subjects of Uie annual exam. t or %  ; f IJ 1JK .,I Agricultural Shows were ". m „ r k, „f the world. ... I .anas carried In theship, ntted %  T „ lr .t wa, at llopcwell In !."' m "', craoh atlcally that It b 1909 bananas cameo_in ine !" P-"""! ooui.The "first wa, at llopcwell In ;,e n v moil emphatically ^^•&?&S% & t rVX Eo:e,"r:sTa,e: '"" Dunscombe. Bushy Park. Maycondlllon. bananas were shipped in such quantities from Trlnldod that i tMUarabli air.i.unt i>f the fri: tended for shipment from Barbados was excluded from the cold storage holds ond had to he put In other parts of the vessels". It was a case of "Oh yes. are have got bananas" but so had Trinidad and It seems that Trinidad like Jamaica had more pull with the shipping people. The rest of Sir Daniel Morris' report read: nards and' Applewhaites. The f „ith beet root sugar which f. from being let alone In ils mnuIs helped at the start witr object of the shows was to improve ^ bounty." the mateiial welfare of the peasAnd ^, u n sir Conrad In word: ant proprietors and tenants on of ^teaX eloquence explained wh? sugar estates, and^ "> n *y _}£"*? sugar was the Industry favourcx were awarded for the best cxTflblts hv hc Wcsl Indians. of small stock, poultry, vegetables. "\ugar." he said, "Is an annua' fruit, itarcIsBB, honey. Sea Island cultivation which gives constan cnti.metc. These shows were held employment to the labourlni in .iirTcrrnt parts of the island so classes and puts money In conthat the peasants of each district stunt circulation. Besides that th like on epilaph for "start-ados' might have the advantage "ot the West Indies are liable i,„;.,. object Kssons Inculcated by the r | ns storms and hurricanes o"The bananas eonsequentlv." he exhibits brought to their doors", more or less violence. . ranc> writes "arrived in such bad conThis excellent practice Is long the fate of large fruit ami coeoj dition that from October 5. 1905. overdue for revival planters when hurricanes occur to March 31. li*06, the net anwutlt Mean while, experiments to imutwdoting the 1 irgest trees, just o; relived from the 10.438 buttchM prove the sugar cane crop had they demolish houses and spreae Shioped during that year wa. been carried out continuously do,i • I directions. . about 2d per bunch. As the cost since 1884 and from 1898 seedling Cane sugar is the natural pmdur of the elides, packing etc. amountpropagation began to be used of the West Indies and when t ed on the average to Is. 2d. per All this activity Is Interestinn labourer plants his cam bunch the planters in addition to enough if only to scotch the illma de Into sugar at losing'their fruit had to pay about informed statements sometimes factory Is. per bunch towards the freight made by thi ond It I' | ernti.il he must find a market here he can obtain such n i will rccnup him for hi: armchair experts that f. in f II Hi i— % %  insist,! The result'of Barbados ought to have had a otice iV? V. I.-,.^ 1 "'^.,'.^. -(".'."rnore diversified aariculture It is Ur—.r and the cost of production tinued shipping "and destroyed not for want of trying: and while He can no more do th.s than the ther o\Sxi* You can hardly fv.-r.umr woeld agree that our large proprietor when he Is enbtamaBw.* educational policy has In recent ( unty fed sugar." Cotton was a more successful vears been drifting away from the To-day conditions are changed venture. land yet there are reason., why and the Un'r.i K'ngdom pays u? In 1002, Barbados had 16 acres sugar could not bneglected: and handsomely for our sugar. She under cotton A year later. Sir the study of nif*r has richly paid has not always done so and may Dnniel Morris and Mr. J. R. Boveli dividend-, wi'l.oul which we would not always continue to do the Sea Islands, studied be unable to-day to enjoy those lr why we i ,Ust DO, i.c^lect loca' 'heir methods and with great wisimproved living standards which production of basic foods, but dom purchased about £300 of the are yuite wrongly attributed by don't let US SUpDO best Sea Island cotton seed Had M>me to political action. Our prosa high price for our sugar we • i they needled an import license or perity to-day ix due to the constant go on living at this high rate some other government ptnnlademand during the war having another go a* l sion Barbados might have bevit for our ma)or nroduct sugar. in We can't. But we hampered at the start of the rotSir Conrad Reeves put sugar In can do more than we're doing now. ton inaustry because by IW4 exUs true perspective when he spoke And we must. PLA wnm CAMB8 WMJk YiXG tWROS 60c. pk. 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SUNDAY. APRn. 13. ISSi II.UU1ADOS AHMP. \il PAGE NINE SEISMIC EXPLORATION AND B'DOS With charges of dynamite being exploded at tee, hole* being drilled all over the Island by a portable drilling rig. surveyors appearing en ihe lops of hills with two-way radics and transits, and U of feet of wire cable being laid down across the land and then betnsj taken up and laid down somewhere else, many people are otnfused and do not understand what li taking place, "This article has been prepared in the hope that it will serve as an explanation of all these activities, and as an Introduction to tome of the methods involved in seeking f<-r new oil fields. A St-smic survey, such as la currently being carried out in Barbados, is a method of investigation in which physics and matnematlcs are appl.ed &J solving structural problems in the depths of the earth. In Barbados one Is confronted with a situation in which seven-eight* uf the land surface Is covered by a mantle of coral rock, white the rocks which lie below the coral, wherever exposed, (chiefly in the Scotland district) are highly folded, broken and contorted. For these reasons it is very difficult to predict wh.it may be expected with depth. The attitudes uf the layers of rocks, whether arched up into ridge* Of sunk into depressions, cannot, with certainty, be located from examination of the surface a*.ne. Now it \* well-known that oil accumulates under-ground In certain types of strictures which prevent ll from further migrating or escaping to the surface. It was obvious from surface exam in .turn of Barbados that some method would be required which would throw hBht on the underground (subsurface) structures, and a Seismic survey was consequently Initiated. It may be said here that the Seismic method of prospecting Is creoited with the discovery of more oil fields than any ether geophysical method. It Is a prospecting method that may roughly be jempared with optics In that both sciences deal with energy propagated In the form of waves. Cities deals with light Waves, while buUiuology. to give Ihe LOADING DYNAMITE INTO BACKS. Approximately 200 lbs. In each nth. This i to a rope of 200 ft. long and -u-priidd by means of oil drums floating In tht sea. then attached jciunee Its correct name, duals with the compressiuiidl antvat >i vibrations created in t either naturally hy vuUainsm etc.. or artificially by the explosion of dynamite. As in lh. case ol light waves, the compressi't bare vet) dtj frw racy, Intensity, phase and direction aDd '" *>' undergo reflect! a, redaction and ahaarpttOCb The terms itead in bBg 0 H paragraph may sou^nci rattUI technical to those unfamiliar with the study oi physics. Inn %  %  .< %  :. ..1 iliul that they are not unfamiliar with the actual phenomena. We all know that THIS shows instruments Inside the recording truck which makes the records of the blast. light waves normally travel In straight Unei as evidenced by the been i f rid we all iv sect) light reflected from polished surfaces On the other hand, to most of us. the pheno m enon of red well understood, though it probably has often been a of light refers to the bending of light rays that occurs lilt Utng at an anglu m.ice of contact, passes from one medium, such as air, to another. rater. Many people will have wen UM apparent bend in a stick which M thruM down bit It*] The) stick %  Dnears to be bent at the point It enters the water. Light travelUnj from air to water at an angle to the surface Is bent downward in the water because it traveli more si ...ly in tinwater; however, t mprvssional waves medium because such a usually travel more rapidly 1:1 %  medium because such a denser medium n generally rrsOra Thus inmiaaaaloiial a .inlefracted upward Bl Ihey travel at an angle to the ut to anger materials. The Sei mic A* tnod of proapecU %  .. U method < May IM1, In I ur lag contract lo Barbadoa null dil Com; hag lrn oonductlng a detailed S %  • aunrcy f Barb doa. Many apeeiflc itvblrms peculiar to the Nlnmt had to he met and I ay problems' are I ere mentintii'd I The great density nf the i and the SHOT being fired from the schooner "gonsalns It" aboat k miles off North Point Lighthouse. Tai* 1* the explosion of 1.S00 lbs. of D],. iBshal of houses and other conatructlona, neeessitated the grc iteet i-ossible care In localiiig tl e HIH.I potnta where the nvrn,a would be exploded. This wt>nlted -.ly areaa wheie worh could be dona and. in gen•Tali hampered the normal procedure of the operation. I The drilling of shot holes in t!icoral formation has Itself pretented problems In Barbados, inaaniuch at fHarmal di tiling procelld not WCfk. Normally, drilling ii done with n heavv mud of raising the rock .•utttng* and du*hing them nut of the hole. The u>ral rock of Barbados is so porous and cavernous that the mud pumped into the hole simply disappeared and left the rock cuttings pllrd up in the hole thus either stopping further drilling, or worse, sticking the pipe in the hole. This problem was finally overcome by moans of a newly developed rnethod of dulling in which a large volume of air under pre*ure w if used to clean or blow otil the hoi,' A large an* oompreaaor was brought Into tlie Island for Ihis purpose. Some 41.BO-J Net of hole has been drilled to date, in pile of The difnculUes initially encountered. 3. The reflection method which was Hist applied obtained absolutely no results and the more difficult refraction method had lo be applied. Since this latter mchod requires much gre.ter op >rating space, another problePji arcaa—Barbados was just not big enough, more room was needed. Thus, although some land shoes were still needed, it was neceaaary lo extend the programme Into the sea and it is quest I unable). Indeed, whether del uled sc:imJc work has ever tefore been attempted in such exposed, dop A .l*l'l' The Schooner Sunshine tL. together with one or more large motor l.i;uiches, were chartered for these offshore operations. Twp surveyors on widely spaced land locations follow the schooner through their transit! and advise ihe schooner captain by r dlo where to proceed and when to stop. The heavy dynamite charges (sometimes as much as threequarters of a ton) are then low>t."l o*rae the side and flo ted front two or more empty, fifty gallon oil drum. A towing line and a firing line are then attached and payed out to a distance of 1.500 feet or more. When the dynamite charge, which hangs suspended 200 feet below the drums, is finally m noeuvred over the exact location, it la fired electrically. Thla p ocess has been repeated rome three hundred times to date, with a total expenditure of dvnamlte. at this writing, of over 1"0 ton*. The Seismic survey or oa'itados Is no* about fifty per cent, conrplete, but It is expected that the remainder thnuld bo completed at a more rai*d rate than heretofore, because moat of the Initial physical and technical problem* have been solved. Kara again. It must be stressed that the Seismic method gives a picture of deep underground structures, but cannot tell whether oil Is there or not. The picture obtained indicate* the location of oil tr-ps. but the only way of finding out whether there la any oil IB said traps is hy deep drilling. Dominica Needs Good Officer For Agriculture THE INDEPENDENT truck which pirk up th Mr. St. George Cooper. Superintendent of Agriculture In Dominica, told the Advocate Thursday that the colony's agricultural expansion depends, among other things, on the efficiency of the Agricultural Department, and that Government is trying to build it up as much as possible by mearn of good, efficient and extensive services largely financed by Colonial Development and Welfare funds. Mr. Cooper who represented tho Government of Dominica at the Fisheries Conference at Kent Trinidad last month, has been visiting some of the islands In the Caribbean studying the livestock conditions. lie said that Dominica Is a rather rugged country. Communications are very diftJnili and tho colony njlly needs a most efficient type of agricultural officer to cope with the conditions. Limes are their main crop which it expanding rapidly and there hi a great a -maud for budded limes which are capable Of disease. The demand for oranges and grape fruit plants has practically censed and everyone ll concentrating on Umee, He said that the price Of Bma oil "is extremely high" and they are hoping 'hat It will remain so for a few years at least m order to put the Industry on a sound footing. Dominica is a fairly diversified country. In addition to limes, they have bananas. cocoa&Uh), cocoa and vanillas. Some of the cocoanut plantation! are about ihe best in Hie WiM Indies as far as yu "" ned. Th;s., h •aid* is due to the natural drainage of the country Tb inot much water logging al thing is on the slope and the surface waters are taken away rathei quickly As far as bananas are concerned, he said that the GOV.H.IIHIis working i'i cl with the Banana Association and the Antilles Co.. Ltd.. who pro.idu the shipping facUtth Recently, proposals hi aubmittrd tor providing credit tor some growers of i hoping to institute l> .< n m ti mpetltwmg which ghould timulati li the industry. %  the difficulty of transport and rations." Mr Cooper said, "DomGOOD HEALTH .... your greatest blessing Good health is the greatest asset a man or woman can have ... in fact, it U the only HEAL asset. It depends on good living habits. It is doubly assured by a REGULAR visit to a physician. We stand ready at all firm-, to an .n pre iu i p fj ogj written fen ;*"jr own doctor. Be sure to send us your next prescription and be assure of pure drugs compounded with accuracy. KNIGHTS DRUG STORES >uld have increased he hanana production very considerably hewniai en Durable for the growth of ihe crop." a good enmmert %  [anatan variety which la the "'*• now used for export, It has the .idvnntage of noi hemg susceptible lo Paaaaaa Disease. He aald that include a Soil C lion Scheme which is very important to Dominica an<| which H tasic to the suc-ess of the colony's agriculture. The planting community is responding quite well to I %  Government also has plan* for livestock development ami thai why I." has |-, islands on a purrhasit %  foi (he Oovi n nenl in that congacUcai Dominica ll not a good I I :>nd there is a shortage milk, eggn and i •mug to%  %  goal ol %  if-' A" %  %  i he felt ttial it an make a atari rathei than K" en pin : %  arUdea whli are van i i 1 fn %  .;' r iteg and the question %  • \'p ara causing Uheulty and D her mdk supply. rherf i*. however. Irnpossihility of bringing in Bemen by air from the Snhiwtil strafrui in Trlnidi.d to Improve their c.Ml.. mlUBtn This has been suggested I>> Ihe AgMfulluial Adviser to the Cernpirollei r< %  • Davakwrjaant an>i Welfare and ha thought it a step winch wa well worth considering. Id that 1> mica U Inlert tad In the group formation of the peasantry and_ llshing ili-vi'l 'iprm-lit. Being a land of fresh i \ i i and ii"' ii wataTi if Uaay IOUIU exploit that successfully. Bah farming might make a vary Important contribution to the fowl iiiid I / i %  pproatih '' %  i i-f (hau products made with the aatabII ning factory hy I foreign company ami i is one of the few place. IB Ihe Wi I Iritlies which exporti IWIIIIIUI — %  very excel Floral Cotton Ripley style in one or two pieces. Sizes for women and girls of 10. 11 and 12 years old. STRAPLESS SATIN LASTEX One Piece only in an assortment of attractive shades. :,'* f 8hl .ofe ci lo Jit." SUVfT •Din** e&'' tc * PRICES For GIRLS Per Suit $4.50 & $4.25 For WOMEN From $7.75 to $22.00 CAVE SHEPHERD & Co.. LTD 10. II. 12 & 13 BROAD STREET IN A FINE READY-MADE SUIT DENTS' SUITS in Worsteds, Trcpioli, Tweeds and Linens Full American Drape Style • SPORTS JACKETS 2 and 3 Button Styles, with Patch Pockets in Brown..Blue, Grey and Fawn I'm.. from $18.50 up • TROl'SKRS in Worsted, Grey Flannel, Linen. White and Khaki Drill • PRESSING GOWNS %  IP Flowered Designs and Plain Cnloi.r* • TOWELLING BATH ROBES in Checked and Striped Patterns We are the Sole Stockists, locally for Ihe Famous "K" SHOE HARRISON'S B^a s.



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M NDAY, APRIL 13. 1K2 SUNDAY ADVOCATI. rAGB THBEE Al TheQMI plant BROADWAY BOUND SH< J.\ LNG il UM Plaza. Bridgetown; "Two Tickets To %  dnlflolor musical ..tarring Tony M.iri. jh, Gloria dc Haven, Eddie Bracken and Ann Miller. The old theme of "small-town girl makwi tfood m show business" is all dressed up to the nines and plot may be hackneyed, the performers are a talented lot and thruspecialities are dotted throughout the film. rails,1— • ihrne showgirls ami Tor.. bavtag •: iih Eddie 111 agent whose con for launching them 1 Ujttness have not inwith eoi m I %  Bk •-%> aval ,ncuwi •"•'i* %  n d lur "" •" % %  • %  ; f-lurea I #V ', %  ln>asr I*fsala Is a at*^ dlag^^^fcw^^ %  live iMd in mcdlcutal prepara%  • -1 B^H ^Kr^Ksl .ichy I km ^^g^g^fcV a ,' shw1 *• a **** rt Th een 'jnc%  L^kY ^saV BBBBBBM r, '" u ,n *y m ''"'wad nnd used I B^B^H %  u ve e*Ub*e or substitute I %  for apple* lit and wuw; illi Eddie %  g^H slued unripe pa paw adds to the I,r Hsl I quality and piquancy of Weal Sorry Indian picklea FARM AND GARDEN Gardening Hints TH: PAWPAW By AGRICOLA paw garclms are vary dncd ui It is hardly necessary to describe the pawpaw or papaya ajflti.nee moat people livin.! or na ana afa j l i aojourninu in the tropics for any tmir will BOMM of lal.-r ;j* ^UBB. Bia* uuiias as Anbeeome familiar with this small (though van.ihl.in tin), ; >altering iliD"*.*" %  .HE WINDY WF.ATHKH B*-l*|M'r>tH ll.m.in, Tress: Plant /innia s,-eo\ 1 of the recent ranis our sardenji are wry dried soft-wooded, erect tree with its terminal canopy of foliage Sag io |KU thai can unm-sd and melon-shaped fruits borne along the stem. i ... the better for be,.,* aanajnd Though to be a ueUve of South' %  *bciien-ii poaaUtans for America, it has become widely f| TT* f^ sstagj. Vina* Mo skoiild distributed throughout the hopl|-C I C 1 be looked to, and their luporrti ral world and, in some countries, l*l.^. Streri(thsned where nsessssi. h bleedIsO^IH/l VB.V o ^j MM kinj ^J, d-> Religious Service* Handel's w -t a ssrlnklins should he' A new perfume for YOU. . .1. i Franr.ip.mni 'io-\ the rran#pannl trea*. %  .11 L'.ivei.lUiig oat their bUSMlM MsssialiTtas bssw Dn Bsrvkt brasdcsst from London i-omes unr^t distawUvs •sssUnarki i will be :in addxeat. by UnDean with the service itarung .it 7.45 .i|-d*tsj[B p.m. An IssSsr tiling l>> Uui ; hon Umc UM Lord Bishop ef LKhttri e#T which W-HMI ssfy sre be broadcast by ttuBBC. Thla t, .nsroni. il Into things I will begin at 1U.4A p.m. In addlThese Fning-i|vii.: Uon to the above Caster (Toto crow. Anv branch stuck int rrsmmes the BBC w.U l^roadcswt the ground will take root. A %  0 | IWUWIK 1>U1 i .?prclta lbs dnl-rence from laff own eiparlance. wrltat to "Before tsUnf Kruschan. 1 i!wva used to wake in the ri.rnlBc faallns vary tlrsd. Now n*v •• loat all that ttre snd I waKa faallnafull of ananty %  Croat Das has made me feel year* \ "irirfrr. I also sonared with fi'-nraUo palna In ray swtWkfsW — % %  wallUi|s roand say anMlaa M sow somslataly coxad ef pains and IWHHDB*. 1 laka •i hau Hni'%  ••rararly sad tg.na.it apask i hwhly of It." -L.W. Krnachao he-i • you yoona; "•I'SDN It ton.-a up the Mvar. %  Unays and huwols and -apa .' -n all worklnc J monthly aad alflolsaUy. Trie reward of thla Internal ilaanllnasslsafraahanad .••••••••aa 0*9***9*99* llSSlllf --••-rpts from nssslss*! U ssish -i ange fe-luie of thrsr tree>. i *nd invlBuratad body. Potsososs) waste matarlats are aspsllsd aad A Jarring not Bob Crosby .sings "Let's Make Comparisons" and proceeds to compare himself with hi* famou.< J^LT'i" h J £L """I ".• ' ll1 "'" "' la -hair atruaaL. f..r m,... u ,.,i„. ._. goar wbola body raaponda lo Ita purifying foraa Xruacban 11 obialaabl. rraai aa feamlata aad Stona. a ws MILLH, Orean out full paiw bolHd u. f!;"^' l^'S-.^fcJj? TSS I ."' "i br ^. h W J". "" £iL and Dale take ua bark lo the old agujj*. ^ ^ gj^ rMiaaba aaal UC Chorua. Theae „„.,.,. ,,, „t . „. for u^ ,„. • WM ^.ama^nw^a^aja. days with their | ,,. .uractive lu iies and augar manufartur. made an e"^' J!!,u JiSLl, u ... '"" V|M """ %  '> or -u.v the vaudeville sioda and the iimslni altuauons. j cellenl and deservedly popular Philip (Well Kelurna app.,,,111 sasl.n.iii,-.. So th.n-,Charllvels perform breaUi-uknia ^ll.il: I I:HIW conserve Wevt Indian eook-s Kobert Beatt>. Oka Canadian nee.l !>o no ruling ..f urgeite* m %  Due w^^uaiaernindttig. l W-P '""gh meat in the Mm ajar who ka. Ma* been, diaiatiung any py thai ma, (.v* . ,. ^S„ to w„de rU U a the .^lug. JjJJJ". XJT^T? "" "'^^ho,'. "" u what liilie intoA ncW "' ''' w ""* """" ,h BBC. Oaratral Oversaas SarT ,„ riasatagratt e all The nlot be lomewhat of a phenoraanon vlee en Monday naitt In a naw ,„„,,, ^ h .,bby lu and ihn n theae parta, although formerly Fhilio Odell adventure Entltunl „,. f>B dropping Miau laavo ttown on a ateeaWe scale for The Lady on the leraan. Ule play ,„ ltKrt ,„ nr „„. v w ,„ ^ uul|I in iheir atru|g> for mor grailni papaln collection In aome of the sees the Irish detective following „ ilM ,, „.,, ,,„,.,. hideous, but, l ; ...d..,saN,.,,u.hleaa^aUjVbarca5 anwlte Islands. It u. forth, fruit a trail eg blaetaudland tnurdar un ^r,„, Bs Junc '" K l iilt U| con that farmers and gardeners through the .rayaMrtes of Him lho Kl „,,,. v ,^ ,,„,.,.„, ""'' "* %  %  .„klv S usually keep few tree, and InattdMa. I he lady_ %  queal.m be.... „ tlwtc i aome pretlv violent ^tlon dividual frulta command a ready in ml. western. In those days, sale at good prices. In the East, law and order were still in their notably "" The perfume with Ihc longtr-laiting lia((rance BOURJOIS Y PI HI I Ml-, (j iiia. I t.\f P! COKH.N, to the We^t I r H t, Iwtwee i i !.-. MgM Italian film star. But luiufor yoursslvss from Monday ..,,,, "i^wSr7nd 'tie" PhlUp: "ex.. l.lh ,„.. The „!.,, and a man', aurv.v.l depine, (the lalter bafon. th. wsr Jwel' f"]' """,,""."''*," I... awn l. llaU and £,„, ^ ik, C h,ef source, of G OS and the spae.al progra ,"",HT *a5.' Mucn '* nanala). Ihe tree has coma In .1 of this film la due to for ,,„„ ..i^. tudT .„,, „„„. -ckiround of the Uoa n^ad.maraaawhgroon,;i',' n. R„l (areaSS? '"'" c m "*• l D W h ** .v.. and jihimv^hT.' unwd -ome Importance as a :,i:.U M v. a |'o brea. fruit. Strain, have be-n — •**• SSMST *BlM-f-ffSg," I il the Plaw. Bridecssrve. Ptor essmple. the noow • iAH.TliriU.lt; VEIU with Jano •So"" %  *•" PP" * on 5 -ing 1 have not of these type* j.ist large enough tl ti 1ST weeks tiivj. will be a splendid sight >l>a? rlsmhwyanu skont OwW now leaves at the same time as %  rs, but the nvaJont > them do not Issd m l %  %  ter Powell and will be brosdea) In eight episodes. N'ansen "I thr 'Fram' "The Slowest Journey in Ihe World', a feature programme to be heard In tho BBC's O.Ofl coming week, tells the story of Fridtjof Ni.ns.il and his ship •Fram' whleh tnvslU d tor three veara across the Polar Si •.he leg The pmsmmme Is rawer* vary in shade psler crimson than Thr Ro btli Fl.iiiibovanU sre among the growing "f Barbsdiini trc. %  : In i.ihei plates this treo la often culled Pulrissnia. Ilelaipcronc (or CiK-krowch Plain) et. but from what 'or one person — no asr^idng. Void "argVlv'h..m t'h'e''J'-i'irn.ris'Tf Co. kronen planl. _.. toyed long runs " wastsge We n vc ^_ tn 1 l „ Nansen and Otto Sverdmp, the •, ear l l\l i u n.ii ii hi d SSI i Ti.arnitlceiil nsgL, vaiiety u n d \N \MI ItlCAN IN PARIH is % %  ot hfT place ai sid svsr ai the Globe, so £ %  oulalandina non'l miss it. Incidentally, I have flavour nnd •••—-d that the wund equipThe flesh U thick, firm and solid, meot. which has been hehv|ig does not suddenly become rnushy badly, has hten txr~\ -.. ih--rn Tti.(run itself haiullsg ISWJ should be no more strnlnLn K to compared with the ayeraj IO (.IV ...rat* name UeUuerunu .'2.7 1 Captnln of the Train. 1 After IW0 1 a psrtKiilail.. iwpuia I can tssUfy to „,.,,..,<„,„ -.xpeditions Nansen l>eber of Ule garden, this insy bs quality, ^X ga n to prwpare for Ihii advei.i..:. "' "s rather i-sijubuve ,11 seed cavity. wnich nart h^,, ,„ n „ mind f 0r k al name. It is however a MSSsofiitune, that of travelling to fin pUnt to have, it North Pole on an ice floe. On lowers freely, end the flowers m Ti.e Na.i. • II I. Ml K... -dOwi (3a p m rVlWia at] lUndbo*. %  *a W—.k. S 13 <> m. Mr-nnr 6 W p m. p m. i hnvM and tntrrluSr. 3 et! '"• lUdl TI.IBwasks >:..T p m ernTin Top TTawe m* I f anfwsal. . I 4i p m jmtpow and U a suiUble size for paeksglnat for local markets. It soon became popular with those to whom we distributed plantand eventually earned the obriquet: one man pnpsw. v., As is fencrally known, wilh • the mixsjd types and vsristies Midsummer Day in IBM the Fran/ %  Mrted on her journ*/ wtUt the good wishes of all Norway. The feature programme which lasts foi a full hour will be i on WiHlnesday. Ifllh Inst.. beginning at 9.00 p.m., and is produced bv Edward Livesey. Leonardo ds Vinci Three programmes from London in the coming week d %  lUgngali .n.sPu ,;r ..•( %  ., 7 I* p m CarlMx-.m VMCM. T S p m. Sunday Sarvtr., • IS p in RaMl.a Nn ni 7>i~ Na-'. 1 10 p fn Fritm .h* Bditasrlai*. K> is p %  Umaon r-orutn l * am An ItiMcr Moae OMV Anil. II. MM HJ taa.—— -# r — .mi. in uic v<"iuii|i n in-nl With v.' which exist In these parts it Is Leonardo da Vinci, the manypractieally impoaslble to keep -|dr| femua „f th,. Renaissance any particular strain true for ny T|u nm IM 1^,^,^ Forum* whs-h length of time, since the rnosi ce i ( .|, ralw | t s 250th anniversary practical method of propagatioii 1III(I mitn commemorates the SOmh li from seedThe use of cuttings anniversary of the birth of and graftagc Is possible b ut no t Ix'onardo. In 'London Forum* iTTa^' satisfactory and where successLo r ,t Ss, mH ,| und Bertrand CSasjaaac sf tss tPisk. %  s> p.nn menu i u i it has been found that deRussel under the chal >r oprr.. %  as P m uuiar^j^ta-, ,.,„„,! ton „K>n takes place. The h,p of Sir m. .it all unait they are of a raUkSi IM L'SA It ll i tie Shrimps" planl IN-i I ion Cockio;ich plant n e e d a no ..-. %  cial position once Hie spot Is UlUiy. I' will flourish under orllnaiy gulden i ondilions, and n be grown at any tin Propagation i BBA1 \esii. il IM; — T ii t m. i* ~t.it a a I \> I | pm %  ly Sarvw.. 4 IS p m MSB "o> l-a-TI. BJH It ". e |ft p m" Heel OMCm p m neorU IWnd-Up f-i-ST aa TtNarai T.U l.ii-iaat pm • P %  N-w.. 4 i i. m The "1" DgtilY SrrVM-c. 4 li # m Fimn fh* Thb-S T IS %  ft*, ft IO a m H*rtr.u Ka#art ,> tag as regards type of noil but ur do da Vlncl with our own. Tins prefers a rich lOBaW snd thrives will be onithe air at 10.15 p.m. on p ',, Mt.-ailntia fiav Sunday, 13th Inst. The *eond probest In .hollered j ,uflU n *.J : ,"'*; gramme is a talk by Dr. J. Brosoiii with faulty drsinsge tneun kiowskl on Leonardo da Vinci with the plsnts to mosslc disease, or particular reference to his signiflwhich crinklin*: and ycllowtnal ence 1/f/Off IUI 111 to slur I iff tjooit time rely upon a Sci.ih Alarm clock to remind you rtf>r on time" This hsartiCSSai alarm, M W DAWN. aoct blunorjiT.-, J fitiing*. I QUtncrali. Also ..v. ,i"-Loon-luminou the brilliant, violent of the leaves sre the main symptoms, awossic disease can be a serious drswback to commercial cultivation of the papaw. ',;;',','*•*, JUST RECEIVED J A J Baby Oil ,. IMlen Cresas „ PewnVr lie. Chaar'a HMsej TUN w m l*sree Feed Hengers Fssdl Genano TosChaPsste Crsssl Infantol C. CARLTON BROWNE woi hi of the Medlcls, Sforzas and plnnUng 7-inni B.irgln This beglni at 7.45 p.m.. "-.-ds are best on Monday, 14th irist.. while the Into a rich third programme will not be on n in u sunny time when these Is a besm to us uf ess witn from London. *h*> %  p o^v//,v/////>v.V/i'/'/.V//.V.V////#'< This plant Is grown from seed, or cutting. H seeds itself freel>. iind seedling', will spring up all over s garden wheie any established plsnts. %  eh planl is a usshil plant (O have. It will AIM an edd ., take 1U place In the l..'i'baci"U border, and it provides something just | little (Kffoient with ita flower', in the I iy of decoration. 'Zinnia* This II tho im nth (Apnlj hen %  start i.n be ma-la In ItasM lrely ..-i aoatrn Ihe BJSJIA SgfdkaJi owr dp* It— Inffj .fiiplrtlno* lo a aimitle. rBSlneoaise hannt\ rase thai anv ernsssa ran l.-uW It Ibeanl> if. iregulai naa f Pond'* pae nssnnss Craanw. WVa noi keep pjQi -km clear ami ktrelv Ihe ame •-•>>* way ? fcvery nrghf. -mooili r.-ntl's Cold Cmm "-r unit (mt ami Men, ma—agin* il lorlilly into (he skin. fflsaj aaajBg „ )p d ,p a> See hsw Ike .lav'. SWat, dirl and stale makeup .ome tl.wtntg away from <|rrp aVawaVU nssast sW mm*J nan akyssd nsas aWas a— SwaaSaV ''•eaaw^-Peas-, CM • ~m •waaHsSg, ftrnftfrnk \l\m One*. Ay s sagg fga] md gn sw a* saw Annm in *mrr sm.. Tana "ihasa" sin nvwe Pand*s GaM Cranes for ertrs-eWnaing. rTlrs>aiBflenmg. Kesry s asrsssa: iSJosret ronr skin ilh a i hin Mm of PoraT. VnsMsknu Crensn; tnts SM g u nny tosnls*iHO St. Disi ii J I; Squares & ONLY A LIMITED QUANTITY AVAILABLE! EWING'S (CANADIAN) 'CHAMPION 99 PREPARED MUSTARD oz jar — 25c. OBTAINABLE FROM ALL GROCERY STORES — For Your SANDWICHES or light SNACK, this Delicious MUSTARD is just the THING ;-.-.-. .v.-.-,-.-,-.-. GET A JAR TO-DAY! :; oai %  >o o oo>gs>a M otyi.'.'. w.'-vy. -w.',*.'..-,'.'. %  .•.•. *.'*'. 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Sl'KDAV. M'RIl. U. I 1 \I.\V \I>MH.\TE r\cr nrTF.EN Church SerVJffS Scout Notes Security For FOOTBALL •* Bay K I TW—.. %  *a mM u A a D fwr Mm M free re i Bigger Sugar Supplies P/VNFS BAV I m Mi r M. %  1 9 m Mr J %  I u -• Jolin. : |t IF I D I i BANK II AH. •*•! 1>M %  1 9 in M. tPrtOHTieTOWM-II i *V r 'UAII M ,. V %  ifti H.OI i K\IIIM rat K. H Ta*.r Ulrrrl ** %  )• M • m EaMar Prnfframxi p M UilPTi to (.•*•*> •! Kaa*ivmi I l" l>a; Ti:f sT '\ME NATION BA.IT1ST Ham UMW aM ierwtea, ? p m %  i -I MlMn. PraoMr 4l bMfa it Mr 11*. J D Omni 1 Ti Uioui*i in ClMHai, |> m Mn O-p* Bfown* < IIIK4 II OF €!OD "AD iom %  wwan fc fcii 1| %  m Srrvtr*. US* m Ann^a. I aesraaaa, I Is u n> avic Rr. I B IUIIIMH M "tolas In Clurlr HANK 'IA1J. I"ii. *—*• %  iMpV II %  Strvn 1 IS p m *mw-. IW* M II l>rt*iilohn. MlnUIrr in Charfa ECKSTEIN IU in Sum..* 8chi. I II a m HarvW*. 1 II p m *m.r hi H H Walkaa. Muii.1.1 in Char** rins VII.IAK IO %  m Wund.School. II 4 rn Hrrvwe. 1 1ft n m Btrvtcr. Rc\ 0 A Surw. Mtnletrr in CO' lin.M* II | m *-nnr Son iitMl, 1 II p n, Sarvic*. fl*\ r w wa*k Un.i.t.r in Chart* i... i %  .<••• b •! Ckrltl "cl.aii.i I MIIMM. -I IIM I i .I-I (h-... at %  -..! i.i.n-1 "1l-l"I>Fr * M--l S.II-1.' Ham and 1 • %  P m A aarvui •*"• i include*. T.-Un-ifii— Haalin* Ai POL IS. IfW -•|*.t .1 >xai *• %  •-•: AM NN PtfTAJaT. AMI r>r.ATH ntw %  Iron raae 4 %  all and the bail U i LONDON 11 Hie intendoi Without ihe aaeurtry offered by N .ould nitKh 9 m A.i.-I artaln %  %  % % %  .. r creased augar would be tortheofafeaj, Mjn the London Ttaaaa. in a special psa, A ball stopped dead enable* ftrtoCM irvjewing the effect' .>: in, t h c opponltion to move back Into the Aureemenl. ..,,. ''onu-iirt with the United Kingdom and New Zealand In the MM tore vt the Agreement. M Be> importance ol .. bMd the form of the Agreoment. which | ority to sales lo Canada over %  ales to the United Kingdom "So far," sy the ,irt POCKET r.ARTOON •l (MBaTftl I. v\i XSJI K w>n n-.tt. Proienot per*api eon *1!> le.: aOr.li* |nitjr U 'a IMIV a IJK-U %  %  sfjaj favourable terms In rotation to current world prices, but this may not continue. less, the Agreement can be jimtifttd On grounds ..f *ti!ct economic necessity m.i if. m tahBT ran .. .. premium must i>* paid I %  % %  !' %  %  >> 'i the d< 'lai cost of tin> %  | %  %  market WM lUkmibti much in the minds of neajottatoti on both sides. It aa> 'Producers lire api>.tenll> ready to saerillce further expansion in return fur added security. There are at least some grounds foi thinking that ii> high a price can be paid for sately. With nearly three-quarters of ihelr exports sold on contract. Commonwealth producers should -_,, be in a strong position to meet fT 0 1 ' %  P ta > fer r for J* competition and it is -t M8 thM suddenly pops up In front, arguable that their long-tern: lpc !^'^ ^l 1 **, J' c iu in expanding markets. P 0 th# body should be well f. .eapcciallv in the Commonwealth war d wlu > the trappin*; leg bent rather lhan in international reat the knee and held loosely, win! ntrlction schemes, however dresaeil ln •' oot •* turned mwai-ds and up to look like expansion." * mi y loosely ricxeil so thai on Canada la not a signatory to contact the ball will be rushlain.i the Agreement, the article points and not actively kicked until il out, but is Indirectly interested i under control. because for many years It has given a preference to Common•* a g*"'d method Trapping With The Outside of the I. -..I This method of trapping is Be* fur the ball which drops short .. front of a player or for !hc ball April 18th 7 30 pm I-ecturc %  ..!: ( : ihniai* <• %  i.d N-ahh -.1 tl >.i ha ni#M Dr-H M K*> la laby Scouter A. T. Tatoall on lb< BBMIUI sugar and trtdftUonaUy l,r l Hing ii bull under contml i, lb Scout International Relief Service • at Scout Headquarters, St Avenue, Beckles Road. All members tlay and uniforin'ne movement arc askcil to note this and to attend in good numbers. April 23rd. St, Georye's Dou. upplies from the We^t cause a plu>IVI %  Ifurhour Log In Carlisle Bay Svli qaidania W S>i > M Moil W I*i.. fh T-.flla Do.o VH H-lnbow M. fkh D-Ortac. Sell ,M V T U Radar. *l t Hriirv D W*llr •h TimoUw A M Vai %  *! %  %  Brlla Wolfe. Beh Whimkrr. Brh Unllad PIISTiin ASUUVAJA Hart iII. < npi Dunaviio. trum Wajinaiil!i •choonvr Bmma D ft* lo nai. Cap! Da via, (torn Trinidad II Colombia, 7ill Wn neV Capt Duponl. from Trinidad 8 S Aatronomer. 4.SM teas WWtthouaa (mm Uvarinwl a % Ba %  tllI paign throughout the Island II a.m. Combined Church Parade for Scouts and Rovei Scouts at St. Michael's Cathedral Troops and crews will fall in at Church Village Square by the sandbox 3 p.m. In pm Organized vtMlt in parties to places of inter" ^ p.m. Potted spin ti. AaTt>Mnen< Apnl 24th. 4 p.m. Inter-Trbop "Canadian reliners will want to Boxing Competition at the continue to buy most of their Modern High School sugar In the West Indies." the 7 30 p.m. Inter-Troop Table nrtichadds, 'and presumably Tennis Competition at V.M.C.A the Ministry la prepared that April 2Mb from 3 pm. to April 20lh at 3 p.m. I FIJI and Australia. niim.-iiiaw-.v k*j ICH he hat (ill The maintenance of competipossession of tinbail He gu tive sole* ll if..nmiinwi'altn sugar move forwards, sideways or bei in the world market, and parof all he may turn with %  Ocularly to Canada, at as high and proceed on in the same din a level as possible H ol great Hon. This latter is IIIuMi..t. Importance not only U. the proPicture B. The ball is being maty ducers themselves but also t" the ianed roun.l QM I OgtHT. , note it says. thc position of the body althiuidi Fbr some ywirs, the Ministry ol the Might, .-diouldvre and Itead lying t .II aMic over the ball the body is (Han tenners with West Indian mining position tor in and Australian sugar and has movement, balanced on II replaced il with foreign puuhascs non-trapping foot mi fomumptal iii the Unitod to a twofold movement Kingdom I In trad will i. turn ba)1 u nder control a nd also proU. normal channels at the end of vldcs a me hr(d nf bcal this year, under the terms of the ponent. Try this movement uilh 4 friend behind vou and ret •he ta threw the ball to yea. N*. If you wish to use n 3 pm. to April 20th UC h sales shall take precedence, ggT? 1 ? '^ffi'S "^ yOU nter-Troop Routing txen ihough some of the sug.T Si? NEW TIMES! NEW FASHIONS! NEW SHIRTS! RELIANCE THE SHiUT BAKHAHOS LOVES Messrs Springer and W II Cap! t'ompetiti C. R. C. Carter. 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02 PERSONS KIL

17 In San Juan Hospital:

39 Trapped On Ocean Bed



SAN JUAN, P.R., April 12.
UNITED STATES Coast Guard said to-day that there
is practically no hope of finding alive any of the 39 persons

missing in the Caribbean shark-filled. “Milwaukee deep”
after the crash of a Pan American Airliner full of»New
_York bound Easter vacationists that put the toll of dead
or presumed dead at 52.

Thirteen bodies were pickeq up

from the waters three miles out-

Bide of San Juan Harbour after |

the plane broke in two and sank
shortly before
Near, miracle saved 17 of the 69
aboard on this Good Friday flight
One of them was pilot Capt. John

C. Burn (33) husband of USS,
finger Jane Froman,
A similar crash when Burn

saved Miss Froman after landing
in the Tagus River, near Lisbon,
Portugal, nine years ago fostered
their romance and _ marriage.
Burns flight would have brought
him home for a_ wedding anni-
versary celebration to-day. ¥:

His wife arrived in Puerto fico
by air at 5.45 a.m. to-day from
New York and sped over rain
flicked streets to the hospital bed-
side of her husband.

In addition to Burn there are 16
survivors among the 69 passengers
and crew. It is feared that 39
missing bodies were trapped in
the wreckage 3,000 feet down on
the ocean bed.

Miss Froman’s face was tense
and drawn with worry as she
Janded at the airport on a Pan
American plane, She went im-
mediately to the Presbyterian
Hospital where Burn, the pilot of
the airliner which crasheq five
miles off this island yesterday
was suffering from shock and ex-
posure.

The bodies of a number of vic-

noon yesterday. |

Tran Must —
Tighten Belt

TEHRAN, April 12.
Tran’s Prémier Mohammed Mos-
sadegh warned 61 Majlis delegates

jthat Iran must tighten her belt

if she is to emerge successfully
from the economic “Quagmire”
he said Britain placed her in fol-
lowing nationalization of oil.

Mossadegh admitted he made,a
mistake in believing that Iran
couié@ easily sell her oil after tak-
ing over huge installations of the
Anglo-Iranian Oil Company, He
said he had counted on Britain’s
need for Iranian oil for resale for
doliars, but U.S, aid to Britain had
foiled this expectation,

Mossadegh added that Britain
had alsc prevented contracts sign-
ed with foreign oil purchasers
from being implemented which
heightened the économic crisis,
He asked Deputies who had as-
sembled at his house to co-
operate with Government plans to
balance the budget and to cut
unnecessary expenditures, He add-
ed that if necessary Government
employees who have the means to
do so must be ready to forego
their salaries, Mossadegh said
heavy direct taxation would be



tims most of whom were Puerto;0ne of the best means of obviating
Ricans and Cubans were in two,Iran’s economic troubles,

funeral homes in down-town San —U.P.



Juan, The coast guard cutter
Bramble continued the search of
the area for other bodies but

reported early to-day that it had}

sighted none,

Coast Guard and airline officials
were to decide to-day whether to
try to raise the sunken plane. If
it proves impossible, as. most ob-
servers feel it will bé*the wreck-
age will become the tomb of the
missing passengers.

One New York city family was
wiped oyt by the crash, Pedro
Brignonj 45, died along with his
wife and their five children rang-
ing in ages from 2 to 14 years. One
survivor said the plane seemed to
break in two when it hit the sea.

—CP) & U.P.



LIGHTSHIP CHANGED

The Demerara lightship, which
was stationed off the entrance oi
the Demerara River, has been
withdrawn from her station to be

replaced by the motor vessel
Barima.
The Barima, a black painted

ship with white superstructure,
300 candle power by night which
is visible for about 10 miles. A
caries an all round white light of
blue flag is hoisted on her mast-
head during the day.

Trade Union
Situation In
Jamaica Ursettled

From Our Own Correspondent
The break between the T/U.C.

unsettled trade union situation in
Jamaica since 1938, when Mr.
Bustamante led thousands of
workers on marohing and rioting
throughout the island.

In the union field at present are
the B.LT.U,, the T.U.C, and its
two splinter union organisations,
the N.L.C. and the N.W.U., the
latter recently formed: by the
P.N.P. to take the place of the
T.U.C. as its left wing organisa-
tion. Also vying for the support
of workers are the United Port
Workers Union, and several other
minor unions, one recently
formed among subordinate work-
ers of the Government, who were
previously affiliated to the T.U.C,

As a result the Government's
Labour Department is being kept

busy in various industries
throughout the island arranging
polls to settle representational



union disputes which feature the
unsettled conditions.



DRILLING FOR OIL

and P.N.P has led to the most |

Keep Death
Off The
Roads

The Police have been active
during the present holiday season
in tryingf to make the public rea-
lise that it is within their province
to keep death off the roads.

A programme was staged at Six
Cross Roads, St. Philip, during
the week and the Police Band
and the Mobile Cinema contribut-
ed. Capt. E. B. Grant, Superin-
tendent, spoke to the gathering
inviting them to exercise care
whjle walking and driving on the
roads during the Easter Season,

The Barbados Automobile As-
sociation has already done some
good work in pointing out to
drivers of vehicles the causes of
some of the accidents.

The Advocate has never ceased
to carry a campaign against care-
jess and reckless driving and to
enjoin motorists to exercise skill
and judgment in handling their
vehicles so as to avoid accidents.

TOMORROW is Easter Bank
Holiday and there will be pienic
parties in the country and after-
noon rides,

With the increased number of
vehicles on the roads there is need
for greater caution in the use of
the roads.

Many of the accidents could be
avoided with a little more consid-
eration for other users of the
roads. Lack of courtesy and
proper road sense are responsible
for the majority of these acci-

dents. 4

Irresponsible pedestrians too
court danger when they walk
aimlessly and diagonally across

the road or cross vehicles at the
major road or lay on the side of
the road.

The problem of hurrying has
been settled by the Japanese who
asks what is to be done with the
two minutes saved by driving at
excessive speeds.

The local problem can be solved
too if many remember that
many a driver has hurried to his
own funeral. It happened two
weeks ago,

A little care exercised tomorrow
might save a life and avoid extra
work for the Police and Hospital.
eee and possibly the Cemetery
staff.



STALIN IS IN
GOOD HEALTH

LONDON, April 12.
Premier Stalin is in good health
according to an Indian Diplomat
who saw him only a week ago. Sir
Sarvepalli Radhakrishnan retiring
Indian Ambassador to Moscow
was asked at London Airport to-
day whether Soviet Dictator was
a “sick man’, “He is not’? Sir. Sar-
vepalli snapped. The Ambassador
is enroute to Bombay for consul-
tations. He denied a report that
he is mediating problems between
Russia and the West,
—U-P.



PORTABLE DRILLING RIG in operation in St Thomas, Holes of about 260 ft. deep are drilled
with this machine, (Story on page 9.)

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LORD MUNSTER, Parliamentary Under-Secretary of State for the

Colonies steps off the B.W.I.A. ’



at Se@well on Friday. He is

on a familiarisation tour of some the territories in this area and
expects to remain in Barbados for oné week.



Command

Press.
here that he has resigned as North Atlantic Sup

Ike Resigns

North Atlantic ,




z 2 ai a
GENERAL FISENHOWBR Ae ma ana

om-

mander, effective June 1, because pressure of polities at
home was preventing him from carrying out his Military

Job here fully.

He said he would not actively campaign

for the United States Presidency until and unless he is

oe by the Republican National Convention on
uly 4, .





R.E.C. Protest

He emphasized that he still had
not resigned his United States
Army Commission as a Five Star
General and therefore did not
feel free to discuss political
issues at this time, But he said
that if he was nominated by the
Republican Convention “I would
then immediately submit my
resignation.” “I should then be

To C.N.S.
Demanded

sidered virtually certain.

yne “1 | Japan Plans



Lord Munster Arrives

Here : Will Stay A Week

THE RT. HON. The Earl of Munster, Parliamentary



“Tunisian
Cabinet
Formed

TUNIS, April. 12.

Tunisian’ Premier Salah El
Dine Baccouche today presented
tjs new seven-man Cabinet to the
Bey of Tunis and promised to re+«
store peace and harmony” to the
troubled Protectorate. The cere-
mony at the Bey’s Carthage Pal-
ace twenty miles north of here
ended. 16 days of uncertainty
which followed French arrgst of
the previous Premier and “other
anti-French members of his Gov-
ernment

“IT want to consecrate my first
efforts to the task of restoring
peace and harmony to ghe coun-
try” Baccouche said in the course
of a long address in which he out-
lined the most pressing problems
facing the protectorate following

two months of violence over
Selfgovernment which cost 100
lives.

The Premier’s speech made no

‘mention of Tunisia’s attempt to

bring their case for independence
before the United Nations Securi-
ty Council. The French plainly ex-
pected withdrawal of the attempt
to be one of the first actions of the
new Government.

Baccouhe’s long delay in pre-
senting his Cabinet was believed

—jin some informed quarters to be

an attempt to stall for time while
the issue came up before the
Security Council. But two days
ago the Security Council deferred
final decision on whether it would
consider the Tunisian question
and eventual rejection was con-
—UP,



Trade Pact .
With Chile

TOKYO, April 12.

Negotiations on Japan's first
formal potswar trade agreement
with Chile are scheduled to start
early next month according to
Japanese Trade ‘Ministry spokes-
man, They will be initiated by
the staff of the Legation which
Japan plans to establish in San-
tiago. Members of that staff still

to be selected are tentatively
scheduled to leave. Japan for
Chile late this month,

The Japanese Foreign Office is
scheduled to begin conferences
with the Trade Ministry next

GEORGETOWN, April 12. | free to speak and act without any}Tuesday to fix policy for the
British Guiana’s representa- limitation customarily imposed talks, Pending the outcome of
tive on the Regional Economic by the Defence Department.” those conferences, no definite
Committee for the Caribbean The General. brushed ears {Statements can be expected ot

called on the Chairman to
make a strong protest against
the Canadian National Steam-
ships withdrawal of the steam-
ers Lady Nelson and Lady
Rodney from their West In-
dian itinerary without further
consultation with West Indian

from his eyes with his handker-
chief‘afler he told the top Mili-
tary Men in. Europe that he was
giving up his job as Supreme
Commander and going home.

Breaks News

Governments.. They asked for Associates said the General
reconsideration of the matter. broke the news to his. Brother
UP, Officers yesterday some eight

jhours before Truman made the



First To Load Sugar
At Speightstown |°!
Since Crop Began -

The Nourse liner Marajata will
be calling at Speightstown to-day
to load sugar for the U.K.
will be the first sugar ship to load
sugar at Speightstown

crop

Arriving in Carlisle Bay yester- | ing
day afternoon, the Marajata wilt}

formal announcement that EBisen-
hower had asked to be relieved
of his command.

Brig.-General Anthony J. Drex-
Biddle, Junior, described the
scene yesterday when Eisenhower
strode into the conference room,
filled with some 70 top officers of
N.A.T.O. powers here for “Paper
War” exercise.



She
, Britain's unemotional Field Mar-
since the
began.

the war. threw his
around Eisenhower and the

lay.at anchor in the Bay until the
l6cal pilot takes her on to
Speightstown.

Lighters from Bridgetown,

men hugged one ‘another.
Biddle said “it was
such as

a seene| Weighed 500,000
I have never witnessed| that the yield per acre was very

Messrs R. & G. Challenor’s barges
and schooners will take off the/
sugar to the ship from the four
jetties at Speightstown, Sixmen’s
and Shermans.

The calling of the Marajata at
Speightstown will relieve consid-
crably the congestion in the sugar
bonds of the town.
clerk said last week that if a ship

eye in the house,”
- UP.



On Other Pages

Page 2 Carib Calling
» 3 Cinema; Gardening

A shipping Hints; Farm and

; Garden
did not soon call, the bonds would 7
be all filled up and the sugar from » 4 panes Sidelights
the leeward parishes factories R port; Football
would have to be stored in Bridge- 5 Chee
town. Men who work with the en es:
shipping of sugar at Speightstown : ;
were long Jooking forward to a Weightlifting

ship salling there.
is consigned te Messrs, Da Costa
& Co., Ltd.

4 Jets Shot Down

FIFTH AIRFORCE, H.Q.,

Fifth Airforce
States F.86 Sabre jets shot down}

6 Sewing Circle;
What's Cooking In
The Kitchen; Mrs.
Clarke's Column.

7 News For Women;
Your Baby And You

8 Editorials; Sitting

| On The Fence; Yes!

Korea |} We Tried Out Ban-

5 anas

said Pees » § Seismic Exploration

. one And Barbados

16 T’dad Races; WI.

The Marajata} ”



the Japanese attitude at the ne-
gotiations.

However a Trade Ministry
spokesman admitted Japan could}
be expected to press for more,
Japanese exports to Chile. Inj
1951, 40 per cent of Japanese
sales to Chile consisted of ma-
chinery, 25 per cent of textiles
and another 20 per cent of sun-
dries, —UP.



Cotton Crop In
Montserrat Is
Promising

Montserrat has just planted a
promising cotton crop which

“Eisenhower told them he was] Should be as good as that of pre-
leaving. There was silence. Then} Vious years if nothing unforeseen

happens, Mr. W. E. Bassett, the

shalt Montgomery famed for his| colony's Agricultural Superintend-
coldly calcuiated campaigns dur.|@nt told the Advocate yesterday
arms| Shortly after his arrival by
two} Lady Rodney.

the

He said that last year’s crop
lbg., and added

insmy life. There wasn’t a dry | good, but the acreage was rather

below the average.

Mr. Bassett is spending a short
holiday in Barbados prior to leay-
ing on April 22 by the Willemstad
for England where he will spend
his six months’ leave,

He said that Montserrat is
#radually rebuilding her ‘export
trade of tomatoes to Cana@a and
the West Indies which had stopped
during the war on account of cold
storage transport difficulties.

They have just finished the to-
mato season which was an aver-
age one and hope to start the next
one in December.

Norwegian Ships



| A Week Overdive

SAINT JOHN’S, Newfoundland,
April 12.
Mystery shrouded the fate of
five Norwegian sealing ships and
their 100 crewmen, more than a
week overdue in the Arctic Ocean,
United States and Canadian air-

Tour Russian built MIG 15’s prob- | ig Mawes forces both planned searches but
ibly destroyed two and damaged} » 11 Quiz-Crossword; their planes were hampered by|
‘even this week without losing a Book Review: Pic- bad flying-weather and a_ thick

glane to Red jets in a week of |
dad weather which trimmed aerial |
battles to three. P

ture Drawing
» 12 The Lives Of Harry



~

blanket of fog.

A US, airforce rescue service

c Lime PTine based at Reyknavik Iceland

The Airforce said only three ai: » 13 Comic Strips yesterday flew over the waters |
duels were fought during the » 165 Church Services; between Newfoundland and Ice-;
seven day period ending Friday Scout Notes, land where the sealers were last}
midnight and all of the swirling » 16 Local News: The reported, but sighted nothing.|
satties eccurred on one day—| Gelden Fileece;; United States Airforce said the |
Sunday. A total of 12 Allied air-/ Table Tennis search was being carried out in
craft. were lost over the same the form of expanding square |
period.—U.P, ] —UP. ‘

Under-Secretary of State for the

Olonies, arrived here on

Friday evening from Jamaica by B,W,I.A. accompanied
by his Private Secretary, Mr. E. M. West, of the Colonial
Office.

Lord Munster is on a short familiarisation tour to
some of the territories in the Caribbean. He has already
visited the Bahamas and Jamaica. He will be in Barbados

for one week and will then
and Antigua.



THE TAMER ...
AND THE LIONS

New YORK, April 12.

Most of the audience at
Ringling Bros. and Barnum
and Bailey’s Circus last night
apparently thought it was all
part of an act when lion tamer
Oscar Konyot was attacked
by_two of his “pets”.

Konyot who had bits of flesh
torn from his left side and
from his arms, however, said
that this is the first time one
or more of the big cats has at-
tacked him.

The 45_year-old trainer had
just put his eight lions through
their paces when one of them
swiped him with its paw and
knocked him to the ground.
Before Konyot could recover
his footing, a second cat
leaped on top of him.

The tamer who uses neither
whip, pistol nor chair in his
act, fought the lions off with
his hands and finished the act.

He then rushed to the hos-
pital where his wounds wore
Stitched. He is expected to re-
sume his act to-day.

UP.

TRUCE TALKS
LAST ONE
MINUTE

MUNSAN, Korea, April 12.



visit British Guiana, Trinidad

B.W.I1.A.’s “R.M.A, Jamaica”
bringing Lord Munster touched
down at Seawell at 5.50 on Friday
afternoon, At the airport to meet
him were His Excellency the Gov-
ernor accompanied by his A.D.C,
Maj. Dennis Vaughan; Sir George
Seel, Head of Development and
Welfare and Mr, J. Perey Taylor,
Branch Manager, B.W.LA,.

Major Vaug met the Earl at
the ‘plane and escorted him to
the Governor who was about 15
yards away from the parking
apron in the company of Sir
George and Mr. Taylor.

Entry formalities were quickly
attended to and in a matter of
minutes Lord Munster was on
his way to Government House,
where he will stay until April
15th. For the remainder of his
stay he will be the guest of Sir
George and Lady Seel.

Pleasant Trip

Lord Munster who said he had
had a pleasant trip down, is
on a short visit to the area to ac-
quaint himself at first hand with
local conditions, Parliament and
other business make it necessary
for him to restrict his absence from
the U.K. to two months, so on
this occasion he is unable to visit
all of the colonies in this area.
Lord Munster has special respon-
sibilities in the Colonial Office
for West Indian
matters,

Born in February 1906, Lord
Munster is the only son of the
late Mayor the Hon, Harold E.
FitzClarence, He was educated at
Charterhouse and was married

and Caribbean

United Natiohs and Communist{in 1928 to Hilary, only daughter

yee mn iators
the merest flicker of motions Sat-
urday, each waiting for the other

‘to suggest the compromise they]

have got to give said Major Gen-
eral William K. Harrison, United
Nations sub-delegate.
Communists showed no sign of
yielding at each of the seven brief
sessions this week, They suggest-
ed a recess unless the U.N, Com-
mand had something to propose.
Saturday's meeting took only one
minute the shortest this week. To-
tul time for seven sessions is 33
minutes, they would have taken
less time if the Generals didn’t
have to wait for translations.
—CP.

FALSE ALARM

LONDON, April 12
Jangling Burglar Alarm attach-
ed to “hallowed” stone of scone
drew a cordon of-Scotland Yard
police around Westminster Abbey
last night. Alarm was caused by
a short circuit,
—OP.



went through | of meth Wilson of Cannizaro,

‘Wimbledon.

From 1932 to ’38 he was Lord-
in-Waiting to the late King and
from '43 to '44 he was Parliament-
ary Under-Secretary of State for
India and Burma. The Earl was
Paymaster General in Chamber-
lain's Government from 1938 to
January the following year, He was
then appointed Under-Secretary
for War, resigning from this post
in September, 1939, to join the
forces From 1939 to ‘41 he was
A.D.C, and Military Assistant to
| Lord Gort, In Churchill's coalition
government he was Under-Secre-
tary of state at the Home Office
from 1944 to ‘45.

—omeaiion

A man of great energy ana drive
Lord Tfunster has been a promi-
‘pent figure for many years in the
House of Lords where he has
taken keen interest in such mat-
fers as Tiousing and child welfare.
\ Lord Munster will hold a press
| conference at Government House
on Tuesday, April 15 at 3.30 p.m.





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F Visit and his youngest brother Soper. e tendent of Agri+ ink e,
Tt A Vt rt) ‘eoper, Spperinten '* Basically there are three 2g
: ic 3 § i Arthur who has gone to study culture, who was here on_a Pur- \Qadings — formal silinevine a
: : accountancy and will be articled chasing mission for the Govern~ i formal. Club or home weet
ba WAY to Messrs. Cassleton Elliott and ) ment of Dominiea in connection enititare Sanh deubi — eddings,
i tu) Co., Incorperated Accountants of [ with their livesteek development. e eddings are

: all variations of these types. Ther

. r. Shillingferd and Mr. Bully * s ypes. There
wan Soine'st the Marine Hotel ®re varias degrees of formality
while Mr. Cooper was at Silver @nd a large wedding ceremony
Beach Guest House. need not be followed by a huge

reception z a ,
Busbness And Pleasure — coe ee wedding by a
. rs ur bridesmaids
R. & MRS. RALPH HUNTE ing one maida of honeas
who have been residing im wish. You may have both 4 maid
Trinidad for the past veer @Fe and a matron of :

Lenden; Mrs. Vietor Lewis of &
Worthing who has gone to join ©
her husband, a law student at
Lincoln's Inn; Mr. Ashley Phillips
of the Royal Bank of Canada and |
Mrs. Phillips who are on holiday; |
Mr. S. E. Martin, owner of Heyles
Book Shop, Southampton, his wife ‘

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: honour if }+
and mother whe were holiday- in Barbados on a ten-day jj din : our if it’s a
ing here at Kent House ana Mr. Mr. F. M. McGREGOR. bi taying at “Alvaro”, St. je —s Saas Ur married sister
i Leslie Chabral, Civil Servant of * isi James. They arrived by the ; erence and your
JERRY WALD and ane |H.M. Customs, British Guiana Routine Visit unmarried sister or best friend

Colombie on Friday afternoon.













£0 RAS " ae k ; f ¥ | who is on six months’ leave. He ACK in Barbados an one of his “We Hunte who is Manager of ™®8Y serve as maid. The brides.
NORMAN KRASNA stb Bae: | Sa TONY JANET spent about three weeks here routine visits is Mr, F, Maur- the Port-of-Spain Senate - Sp maids should include the sisters
present ‘ @) * MARTIN LEIGH staying with his aunts Mrs. F. M. ioe McGregor, Operations Man- quctria) Agencies Ltd, and Tri- ©f the groom. Young Zirls from
y year | FR GLORIA D |Rock and Miss M. Chabral of Bay agey, Overseas Services of Trans nidad Oilfield Services Ltd. said eleven to mid-teens may serve as
W/ : | Pa eHAVEN Street? Canada-Airlines. He arrived last that his visit is one of business Junior bridesmaids. Flower girls
m ee EDDIE BRACKEN 's Wif week by T.C.A. for a short visit ‘coupled with pleasure. should be between the age. of
Die U.S. Consul’s Wife and is staying at the Ocean View For Easter Holidays four and eight to be most effec.
» oo, _ANN MILLER RS. H. 0, KAMSEY from Hotel RRIVING on Friday by the “Measure Your Financial
i 5 3 tas ie BARBARA Lawerect Copenhagen, Denmark, ar- Divisional Manager Returns S.S. Folke Bernadotte fram Obligations
dh SW. 08 CROSBY « THE CHARLIVELS rived here yesterday morning by Martinique for the Easter hali- : e Sbilities th
. : . jthe Lady Redmey from Boston R. H. L. N, ASCOUGH, Di+ days were Mr. and Mrs. Steve _ Listed as “responsibilities that
co-starring ; |afver paving travelled cut to Eng- visional Manager Cable and Carney. belong to you and your family
i MONDAY'S SPECIAL ‘land and the U.S.A. She has 20W ‘Wireless (WL) Lid, who hid Mr. Carney is American Vice- are your wedding ensemble, the
CHARLES LAUGHTON JQAN BLONDELL- RICHARD CARLSON # AM & 1.30PM jcome re join her husband who is peen on a Phort hae to ares vn ‘ ea Serer Seen ee eer a ond
: an Amermwan Consul here stayi"8 Island returned via Jamaica © or Indefinite Stay announcer » i.
AGNES MOOREHEAD . OOW TAYLOR - AUDREY TOTTER +CHEROKEE UPRISING” “——o— a pel aaa a falas Friday evening by seen MONG the recent arrivals to ae eee eeequete
CYRIL CUSACK: EVERETT SLOANE - NATALIE WOOD ‘wip all te way down. She stop- Attended Daughter's =, the ‘island for a holiday was Day for them), gifts to bridal at-
i Wnaip WILSON ped of at the other islands and Weddin ine s yo on” a carmeee tendants and tokems to friends who
OPENING THURSDAY 17TH, 445 AND 8.36 P.M. - and - o St wae vary a. Nae AJOR AND MRS. DENIS British Guiana. ‘She te hans pan ay ere oe ee oe:
se eatareanareetie ramedinttenetinnards (ee we ANDRE passenj GAN who went to an indefinite pe staying with : ;
” are 2 round trip on the LENA . the clergyman’s fee. The bridal
ots g COWBOY CAVALIER MONDAY Special 1.36 we nebing Se a ana places Jamaica in early January to at ws s em eee. diner beleare (or after) reheatsal
VOW SHOWING AT THE LAW OF THE PANHA ship have a3) tend the wedding of their daugh- Maxwell, st Church, e : oo
F Jimmy WAKELY OF THE DUSK” (for them in Barbados to spend (2 )"\.chel and also for a holiday Intransit jeanne ee ee ee ee
EMPIRE 7 FE 4 FT. . a . : , Saas the same op- rowurnes frows Jameicn om Fenn ~~. the passengers arriv- the qreana'e family, if they are so
. ys . RE OE WEARS ATABERS WINste | portunity was Mr, Alan McFar- Feere Ser Se Whee ing bere on Friday from qisposed. Other obligations of the

Trinidad by the French s.s.

: . sman bride’ ily i 1 i of
| S@REE EME BEST FREM OF THE YE an jane a retireg busines: from For League Conference Gules tatranpit. far the: Vets oride’s family imeclude housing

out-of-tewn bridal attendants and

and Continuing DAH}




daughter of Mrs. Beryl Clarke of Srivin who was for _ and of both families to and from
way to Barbados, Mrs. “Willsbury”’, Brittons Crom Road, ae ee ae tenn the chureh, wedding photoeraphs,
Ramsey stayed for a short while left by B.W.I. Airways on Nes* and Trinidad District of the #ifts to e bride an all recep-
Presents le-nite 8.30 & Continuing © Virginia with Mr, MeFarlane's day night last to attend the Meth- Methodist Chureh has nie’ eune tion expenses. oi:
amily odist Annual Girls’ League Con tg work in England, while Sister ex eek: “‘Set the e
® & 8.30 pP. see. fer en INDEFINITE BUN ther art by the Rodney ference. Watson, Senior Deaconess of the and Place” and “Concentrate

erday 1 1g included Mr. She will represent the Confer- Barbados and ‘Trinidad District on Invitations’*.
fer your EASTER CUDDLE Nathan Lane, @ retired Financial ence as a delegate from the Dal- has gone up on leave.

Charlottesville, Virginia, who has ted Kin : = 4

- ; ; “a ~ ; g2dom were Rev, and Mrs. ; i
“AP bee 83 o Hii |Sne ac evects of Mtr and Mrs. Mp “Qicews “College nnd 2me% Gtifin and Sister Majorie {Pansportation of the bridal party
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Pat o HOW BIG CAN A MUSICAI HF? an é i - afl Sng dy Ares Sint After the Conference which is To Study Economics U.S, Fire Chief
Aer Rae to vending two weeks at the Ocean expected to close tomorrow, Miss y gp GRENVILLE POMPEY, RRIVING here on Friday by
j Gayer than “Annie Get Your Hotel and Mr. and Mrs, Clarke will be spending a holi- British Guianese Civil Sex- AN top Geeie wenn bir oad
C ; day with Mr, and Mrs, Kenrick 7 ; Mrs. Hugh Hart of the U.S.A. who
p Gun"! More melody magic \Charles Cooper and their little of Woodbrook, Port-of. Yant attached to the Labour De- Mrs, ar S.A.
» 7 thon ™ ; - i hier, Derothy frem Mer- goain , partment, was intransit 01 Friday joined the ship at Jamaica and
ELIZABETH * , % | n “Ceruso"! Richer in tville, New Jersey. wh ate § f ‘ on the S'S. Colombie for Yngland. wil be spending a month’s holi-
' > ' romonce thon ™ ae staying as guests of Mr. and Mrs. ‘o ‘ e He is on six months’ leave dur- y. A F ;
TAYLOR ih Show Boat”! nae ees Ot To Reside Here ing which time he will take a | Mr. Hart is Fire Chief of the
| . | Christ Chureh. R. P, P, COLLINS, an Archi+ course in Economies at the ‘ondon U-S. Fire Brigade.
Mrs. Cooper is a Barbadian who tect of Trinidad who has School of Economics. Also arriving by the Colombie

has been living in the U.S.A. for just retired from business, arrive Other intransit passengers from Were Mrs. J. N. Smith of “Meiwi”,
many years while her husband, a ed in Barbados on Friday by the British Guiana ee the Colomie Brown’s Gap, Hastings, and Mrs.
} US. citizen, is paying his first visit Colombie to reside at his new on Friday on their way to India Campbell Stuart of Bank Hall who
}to the island. He is an engineer premises in Sandy Lane, St. via the United Kingdom were Mr. Spent six weeks im Trinidad. They
| working with George Young Co., James. He was accompanied by H, Harricharan, a student of East Went Gown for Carnival _ and
Heuling and Rigging Contractors his three children. Coast, Demerara, who has gone to stayed over for a further holiday.

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. riladelphia. He expects to | Mrs. Collins came over her? patna University to sti i- .
with KEEFE BRASSELLE + Produced and Diewcied ty GEORGE STEVENS be here for about ten days while three weeks ago. tine alah aan & Geckrah a acheal Greriada Legislator
Screenplay by Michael Wilson and Harry Brown « Based on the novel AN AMIERICAR |RAGEON, nis wife and daughter will be re- Coll Mi teacher, attached to the’ Berbice HE HON’BLE T. A. MAR-
ty THEODORE DREISER ond the PATRICK «FANT pny adapted trom the novel. maining for about three months ollegé stress Educational Institute. He wil) RYSHOwW, eas. teely
. . j ¢ President of the rena we g1S<
; Theological Tutor EAVING for England on Fri- See mvietne at the Bombay lative Council, arrived in the

EV. B. N. Y. VAUGHAN, day by the SS. Colombie ° island, by B.W.1.A. from Gren-
R Theological Tutor of Cod- 9 4} months’ leave was Mrs. Cable Engineering Course ada yesterday afternoon for a

CCPC OSES Callege returned to = Frank Bynoe, Senior English Mis- SMITH and Mr week's holiday.

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Among the various places she ba a Ae Messrs. Cable ; aoe
will visit will be Stratford-on- reless Lid, are now on e1r ”
Avon to attend a three-week way to the United Kingdom to READERS’ RECIPES
}}course at Shakespeare’s Memoria| study Cable engineering,
4; Theatre under the auspices of the These are the first two local Readers of the Advocate
K} British Council. youngsters to take advantage of are imvited to send in their

lane on Friday evening by the
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invite you to their the course sponsored by Cable own recipes for publication.
ANNU AL ) ANCE Transferred and Wireless. They left here on Each housewife has her
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EV. EDWIN L. TAYLOR, expect to spend 18 months in the thought of passing it on to her
ys formerly stationed in Trini- U.K. The first nine months will neighbour.

Wi | dad with the Port-of-Spain Circuit be at the London Training School If this is dome the exchanges
of the Methodist Church, has now and the remainder at the Cable will enable others to build up
been transferred to the Bahamas. and Wireless Residential] School 5 good collection to the bene-

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SUNDAY, APRIL 13, 1952 SUNDAY ADVOCATE PAGE THREE
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At The Cinema G di ° |
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: yar ening | a © ©
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SHOWING at the Plaza, Bridgetown, “Two Tickets To HE WINDY WEATHER | j @
Broadway” is a gay, technicolor musical starring Tony THE PAWPAW rone; Flowering Trees: | FEELING }
Martin, Janet Leigh, Gloria de Haven, Eddie Bracken and inni re
> Je ’ : Z 4 »~ Platt Zinnia Seeds |
Ann Miller. The old theme of “small-town girl makes By AGRICOLA “Mf spite of the recent rains our | TIRED i
ot in show business” is all dressed up to the nines and It is hardl tod the ti pel oF papaya wey con = very dried up} |
though the plot may be hackneyed, the rformers are a r necessary to descri e paw 0 pé 4 ow, and t e@ prevai ing high Now rises j
talented lot and their specialities are dotted throughout ‘Plant and its fruit in any detail, since most people living or | are glaying havoc with | pin og IN PARIS! DORES iT!
the film. sojourning in the tropics for any time will sooner or later [P° — things as An- HE RAGE yorK A
Hailing from Pelican Falls,~ ———— become familiar with this small (though variable in size), gsi. an amet ons are | energy | ©) T © NEW
raha Leigh rune late tires shew soft-wooded, erect tree with its terminal canopy of foliage thing in pots that can be setae { | td
having their hands full with Eadie and melon-shaped fruits borne along the stem. are all the better for being moved! ©
Samia aie cae” mekaene Though to be a native of South)§ ——#£ to more sheltered positions for What a bad start for @
agent whose complicated pomned America, it has Become widely the time being. Vines too should | 44Y's work if you wake | 3 oes
bog jausching: them ip eters distributed throughout the tropi- be looked to, and their supports Gp cestias, tired, one . °
business have not been crowned — Word amd, if some esuntetes, * > ° strengthened where necessary. irisie and fall of enerss, | @ a
with conspicuou asl His grown mainly for the produc- e It is the time of the year when One woman who can i ee eee ie
final effort is one gigantic hoax tion of papain which is the coag- a oO oO es the garden must be kept well *preciate the mce from | mee ccKa ;
that unbelievably pa big divi- ulated milk obtained by bleed- wateved, a real soaking each day, aor _own experience, writes to | eneceoe
dends, and the five aspirants find ing the unripe fruits on the tree, Religious Services Handel’s "°t just a sprinkling should be |“““pefore, taking Kruschen, I | eceecs
themsélves on Bob Crosby’s Tele- incisions pee made for the ‘Messiah’ giver |always used to wake in the | ee te
ision Shou ana A . a rpose. strong diges- i $ Ze
- = with their futures fee used mediated prepara- The Easter Day Service broad- Frangipanni | morning Sere, te , oomnene eee ts Seoeece
In typicay mu medy style tions for the treatment of dys- Cast from London. comes once Jus now the Frangipanni trees, |! wake feeling full of energy. | esses cose: .
lot hick ahr tent vice ea pepsia and related ailments. a again from St. Paul's Cathedral, which for weeks past have been | PiO® SURMONS SUCCEIYy DUIS ii0e i it is London, Wren’s great monument bare and ‘ ‘ younger. T also suffered with Soeeee ee
showy id-danece ‘routines ripe but firm papaw fruit is . ’ "i nd naked of all leaves, | theumatioc pains in my shoulders | eveoce : .
with no regard for continuity, bus delicious eaten by itself with or Whose dome is ene of London's are putting out their bunches | and swellings round my ankles, | eresece : ;
a ate df continuity, but |, without a squecze of lime or ™st distinctive landmarks. There of lovely sweet smelling blos-|1 am now completely cured ‘at | eeecee eecsee
Sra. sabes, te. od anc the num- = lemon or as part of a fruit salad; Will be an address by the Dean. sor ‘AS soon as the blossoms | these pains and swellings, I take | aevoee eae ss xe
bers amusing. Tony Martin's stewed with Littl it is With the service starting at 7.45 ap the new leaves start to | kruschen Salts bi chs: arly and | eveeee 6060660
singing is just about the best of V a e sugar ; 5 . oy ata | cannot speak too highly of it. ee ee
its kind and his songs are catch relished as a dessert. The green p.m. An Easter Message by the cor out, and in a short time the | L.W. | e ee Seers .
and attractive. Ann Miller's dane~ fruits may be cooked and used Lord Bishop of Lichfield will also treég which were so ugly, are} Kruschen keeps you ¥ © we Peers Tee
ing is first-class and Gloria de as a vegetable or as a substitute be broadeast by the BBC. This transformed into things of beauty. | because it tones up the liver, eeeeece eos
Haden dudes ashes Hole aot Ga for apples in pies and sauces; will begin at 10.45 p.m. In addi- These Frangipanni are quite easy | Ridpeye and bowels and | keeps
edy in her number with Eddie sliced unripe papaw adds to the tion to the above Easter Pro- to grow. Any branch stuck into | Saou ey e re’ this .. 0
Bracken, “Baby You'll Never Be quality. and piquaney of West &r@mmes the BBC will broadcast the ground will take root, Internal cleanliness is The perfume with the longer-lasting fragrance
Sorry.” Janet ‘Leigh is adept at Indi ickles _ excerpts from Handel’s ‘Messiah’ strange feature of these trees is | and invigorated ;
conye saet iaigs ss pe at bs wie ere Rs _— eee ee presented by the BBC Symphony that a cut branch will live for a| Waste materials are expell W BOUR OIS
ne oie — us back to the old the old open kettle system of inmatitee Chorus. ‘These “pe, 7 wee: baton being | Ana va you continue with e
days with their comedy routine in pretty girls, attractive t nd sugar manufacture made an ex- a ec ithout water Or any | gchen, your whole body responds and. EAU
the vaudeville mode “and the amusing situations, erent cellent and popular Philip Odell Returns apparent sustenance. So there | $o its Purifying foree, PERFUME (g site), . mee DE COLOGNE
Charlivels perform breath-taking SHORT GRASS conserve. West Indian cooks Robert Beatty, the Canadian need be no feeling of urgency in| »Kruschen is obtainable from als . : ey
acrobatics on the flying trapeze. Dye to a misunderstandin 1 wrap tough meat in the leaves actor who has recently been di- planting any piece that may have | Memiste and Stores. e . e
A jarring note is struck when ; am rs B, hi Kil viding his time between stage, been obtained for a ree.
Bo Mciaty aah” Ue ee missed this film whieh is showing to tenderize it in the cooking. 2
sob Crosby sings “Let’s Make at the Plaza, Barbarees, so + can films, and television, returns to Flamboy:
emer J proceeds to only give you what little infor- . 4 field of papaw trees would the BBC’s General Overseas Ser- ‘The Flamboyant e alli
ao — f with his famous mation I have on it. The plot be somewhat of a phenomenon vice on Monday next in a neW jooking shabby ju jenn |
Salas laatrae Men -— _ a concerns a roving cattleman who in these parts, although formerly Philip Odell adventure. Entitled a). fast dropping their leaves, |
Ss, a Mr, rosby

could have made a

better choice of
song. However,

art from that,
ight, pleasant
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helps a pretty girl and her father
in their struggle for more grazing
land, against ruthless cattle barons
who seek to control the range.
Incidents take plage quickly and
there is some pretty violent action
in this western. In those days,
law and order were still in their
infancy, and a man’s survival de-
pended on his own two fists and
his'speed on the draw. Much of
the appeal of this film is due to
the authentic background of the
Jemez River in New Mexico where
the action takes place. With a good
east headed by Rod Cameron,
Cathy Downs and Johnny Mack
Brown, jit is fare for adults who
like their westerns two-fisted and
raw.

Next week, at the Plaza, Bridge-
town, THE BLUE VEIL, with Jane

Wyman, is showing. I have not of these types just large enough im the ice. The programme is re-
seen it as yet, but from what for one person — no sectioning, 1014 jargely from the journals of ,_ Cockroach plant, or to give it} *
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Composer of the Week, 6.19 p.m. Eng 10.15’ p.m. Scieneé Review, 10.90 p.m, Practically impossible to keep sided genius of the Renaissance. up come floating away from deep Soon the new radiance of your com-
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eomenaat ona aero ary iS p.m 2. 19 76M 25.68M ss from seed. The use of cuttings’ anniversary of the birth of ee T tote Where hake are thusiastic asers of Pond’s
See eee ve ee eee ee ee, Hew? Recon, and graftage is possible but not Leonardo. In ‘London Forum’ any éstablished plants.
reel, 8.30 p.m. Charles Williams, 9.06 4.48 p.m. Sandy MacPherson, 5.00 p.m. satisfactory and where success- Tord Samuel and Bertrand Goekroach plant is a useful ay
p.m. _ The Gallant Island, 9.60 p.m. Composer of the Week, $15 p.m. Nighis ful it has been found that a Russel under the chairman- »):nt to have. It will fill! an cdd
ixcerpts from andel's Messiah, 10.00 at the Opera, 6 ister Mi ine, i My i illiz , i ; ‘ >
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NOTRE DAME SHOULD BE
1952 B.A.F.A. CHAMPS
W.I. Cricket Board Elects

Officers This Week

BY O. S. COPPIN aie
2 he .
SPARTAN upset all calculations in the BA.F.A. *
First Division competition when they defeated
Empire by the only goal of their fixture at Kensing-
ton yesterday afternoon. .

It is true that on the strength of the last Spar-
tan performance that it was generally felt that
Empire, already tied on points with Notre Dame,
would consolidate their position as the only real
challenger for the championship, by virtue of a win
at the expense of Spartan in their return fixture,

NO COMPLETE SURPRISE

O one who has followed the history of the Spartan-Empire fix-
tures, celebrated locally for the wy = competition which aa
engender and the fanatical support of their respective supporters, S 7 L
could be completely surprised at the result yesterday afternoon. Time occer essons
and time again an upset win, one way or the other. in fixtures by Empire, although they played
between these two teams have constituted the deciding factor in the By Mr. A. G. WILKES. the faster and more enterprising
award of a cricket or football trophy. e 2 a bd aaeavinetees game towards. the closing stages:

Empire missed too many chances for scoring and at the samé on the ball wi e y Bet Sd : be
time the Spartan line-up wan such as ensured that they would = ee to sg om ball oak ere aot eae
é is i i indi- or be ready to move a r hern goal, I )
Geos chan. ee ee et oe an : forward to trap the ball. Empire initiated a quick succes-

BITTER BLOW

sion of good forward movements.

Twice the Spartan defence avert-

BITTER blow for Spartan was the fact that their skipper ‘sd the threat, and then Taylor

Cadogan, easily the best player on the team, was not available. and Norville twice kicked wide.

Tony Haynes played at centre half and his was a creditable perform- Spartan quickly came into their

ance. I yield the palm at once to him. I have never been in any stride, and young Grant kicked a

doubt that this is the true position if-he is at all in the line-up. low one dangerously, but Robin-

Atkins too exhibited in his performance, convincing signs that son cleared easily.

his “battle inoculation” of the Notre Dame fixture, has done his goal-

eeping a world of good and his too was an improved performance.

It was evident at this early
stage that the game would be
packed full of eet two
THE PRESENT POSITION rival teams met in their tradi-
HAT is the position now? In brief, all that this defeat of Em- tional battle for supremacy.
pire has done, apart from vindicating the Spartan team in the
eyes of their followers, following their display against Notre Dame
last week, is to place Notre Dame in a reasonably safe position for
carrying off the 1952 B.A.F.A. senior division championship, :
Notre Dame, Spartan and Empire are now tied on points, with
twelve points each. Spartan and Empire have each played nine
games and must play a single additional fixture to complete their
commitments in this Division; Notre Dame however have played ae
eight games and there still remain two fixtures to be played by the
to complete their list this season.

Spartan Defeat
Empire One—Nil

SPARTAN (Tony Haynes _ — 1)

EMPIRE a _ _ 0

SPARTAN yesterday evening cefeated Empire by the
lone goal of their First Division Fixture before a fairly
large crowd at Kensington Oval. The goal came about ten
minutes before the close of play when Tony Haynes con-
verted an indirect free kick. 3

This victory for Spartan placed Notre Dame in an ex-
cellent position to win the B.A.F.A. First Division Cup,
they having 12 points to their credit with two matches to
play. Empire and Spartan each has one other game to

play, with 12 points to their credit. ;

The game which provided some
excitement during the first half,
did not have the finish expected.
Too many opportunities were lost






















Spartan Improved

Spartan who were severely
beaten and disgraced by Notre
Dame, were playing a very much
improved game, and twice Robin-
son’s keen judgment foiled the
Spartan efforts.

Empire were not to be outdone,
and their forwards were constant
threats to the Spartan defence
which was patchy. Gibbons in his
zeal and exuberance, was mis=-
kicking at critical stages of the
game,

Trapping With The Sole Atkins, the Spartan custodian,
was very much more composed

NOTRE DAME WELL PLACED |

AT being so, Spartan and Empire have a possible of fourteers

points and Notre Dame a possible of sixteen. In addition to
this Notre Dame have built up a formidable goal-average and, assum-
ing only for the sake of argument, that Notre Dame lose one of their of the Foot
two fixtures, or even draw both, and Spartan and Empire win theirs, Tan tn Uno ant eenaeee
then all three teams would be tied off with fourteen points each and In the actual trap the eyes are against the Dames, while Merton
the rules of the B.A.F.A. provide that the championship will have to s,..seq on the ball, with the Robinson, the Empire sentinel, was
be decided on goal average. body leaning slightly back and his usual self,

© > . balanced on the non-trapping The crowd was keyed up to
: NO GOAL-AV ERAGE RIVALS > he ; j« foot. The leg being used for the fever pitch, fans shouting words
N THOSE circumstances Notre Dame would be in the happy posi- trap should be slightly bent whilst. of encouragement to both teams.
tion of having alseedy exiatlshe & myue eed Sacke Dane 40 the ankle is loose; to ensure that It was an encouraging sight to
The position with goals, as it stands at present is, Notre i the ball is CUSHIONED and not see the Spartan half line inter-
goals for and 2 a Spartan 13 goals for and 7 against, Empire 8 actively kicked until it is under cepting, thereby forcing their op-
@ and 5 against. nents t
wee crests ‘s to divide the number of goals for into the number control. oy ’ . aaa "ait eteine™ eo —
of goals against. So that reckoning on the present table Notre Dame _‘ This method of trapping Is me contrast, Frank Taylor and B¥m-
with 16 for and 2 against would be 8 points. If Spartan with seven chiefly when a player cannot ge monde were noe’ thet etal entows
goals having been shot against them were tied on goal average with over a ball to make a trap with and’ tonsequenty many, ‘oppdr-
Notre Dame, they would have to shoot 56 goals as seven into 56 would the inside or the outside of the tunities were allowed to slip by.
be 8 points. Similarly Empire with 5 goals shot against them would foot.
have had to shoot 40 goals to score 8 points on goal average and 80 N.B, 1. The sole of the foot
tie with Notre Dame. It is obvious that although it is not impossible should contact the ball just as it
to beat oe Dene ce goal average, ten de seraceine tes pe had jeaves the ground.
dropped points in their next two fixtures an e others had won
theirs, it is still highly improbable,



Keen Rivalry
The keen tussle continued be-
: tween these two veteran teams as
2. The instant the ball is under ywither let up. The Empire halves
control it should again be set in were doing a fine job as they often

HERE is much speculation in West Indian cricket circles as to

whether the headquarters of West Indies cricket will be shifted
from Jamaica to Barbados or Trinidad when the West Indies Cricket
Board of Control hold their Annual General Meeting in British Guiana
this week.

Mr, Carl Nunes and Mr. Donald Lacey, President and Secretary of
the West Indies Cricket Board of Control respectively, passed through
Barbados yesterday and elsewhere in this paper, they told the
Advocate in an interview that they will not be seeking re-election.

This means that the Board will be called upon to elect two officers
in their places. It has been tacitly recognised as a working principle
that the secretary to the Board should be domiciled in the same terri-
tory as the President and for obvious reasons this is correct, so that
when we consider the candidates for the posts it must be understood
why I have dealt with them more or less in pairs,

CANVASSED RESPONSIBLE OPINION

W HAVE been fortunate enough w nave visited Jamaica, Trinidad

and British Guiana within the past two years and I have can-
vassed opinions of reasponsible cricket fans in these territories. I
ean, of course, speak with some authority for Barbados,

Sir Errol Dos Santos, President of the Queen’s Park Cricket Club
of Trinidad and C. A. Merry, Secretary, are the choice of Trinidad
for the posts of President and Secretary, respectively. :

Sir Alan Collymore and Mr. F, A. C. Clairmonte or Mr. J. M.
Kidney are the choice of Barbados while Mr. W. M. Green and Mr.
K. Wishart are the choice of British Guiana. Jamaica, in the absence
of the present holders of the offices, prefer Mr. N. N, Nethersole and
Mr. R. C. Marley. 7

OPPOSE INSULARITY

were meant for their opponents.

The interval came with the
battle still undecided, and hon-
ours somewhat even; if anything,
slightly in Empire’s favour.

The “Blues” took the touch in
the second half, and a long shot
by Drayton went wide of the
right upright. Another effort by
Symmonds indicated that Empire
was bent on drawing first blood.

They were attacking with great
spirit, and one good movement
which Drayton climaxed with a
good pass that found Atkins out
of position was negatived by Git-
tens who was covering.

Good Save

A fine save by Atkins foiled
another good try by Drayton, but
still the “Blues” pressed on.

The Spartan defence was on
the alert and certainly conceded
nothing for a long time. When
they did, Douglas, the Empire
right winger, kicked wide.

Smith freee .. oe — sd
; . ‘ and capable sentinel in the -
Trapping With The Inside pire defence line.

of the Foot With just a few minutes to go,
J Notice from the picture that the Empire conceded’ a free kick, and
AM a strong opposer of insularity and I make bold to say that }RAD, SHOULDERS and body Haynes, finding Robinson out of
no evidence can be found in these columns to indict me on this gre well over the ball, and the Position, converted to give Spartan
count for $1e sixteen years that I have been writing it. However, whole js balanced to move in the the lead.
on this occasion, even at the chance of being accused of insularity or girection that the trap pushes the The goal seemed the most
ing else, I am plumping for the Barbados choice, Sir Alan ball, The eyes are focused on the remote thing, but it gave Spartan
Collymore is a knowledgeable man in the game and one whose repu- z @ On page 15 some inspiration, and they de-
tation in West Indian and International cricket circles is known. With " cided to press home their advan-
all due respect to the candidates from the other islands, most of 5 tage. Empire were not letting up
whom have done their bit in placing West Indies cricket on the map, eny and they too tried to retrieve
either on the playing field or from behind the scenes, it would be in the lost ground, :
the best interest of West Indies cricket if the hgidquarters could be Both teams strengthened their

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7 @ On page 5.

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HE opening event at Union Park has just been
finished as I write these notes and I was hop-
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career of the Jamaican bred Paris. But alas I pre-
sume he must still be off form because he ran un-
placed to Rock Diamond, Sun Glee, Budha, Wave-
crest and Assurance ,who were the first five in that
order.
For Rock Diamond, although it does not signal his return to

form, it shows that h@ is in good enough health to carry on where
he picked back up last Christmas when he won for the first time since
he was a three-year-old. Both himself and Paris, it will be remem-

bered, ran well as two-year-olds and were very promising indeed
when the three-year-old season of 1951 opened. But as the year

progressed their form grew worse until at Arima they were beaten
over a distance of 7 furlongs by a simple sprinter like Flame Flower,
to whom they could have given many pounds and a beating of several
lengths only a year before, I am indeed glad to see that Rock Diamond
is holding his own but my disappointment over Paris is greater be-
cause I am still convinced that if he could be turned out fit he would
be a much better horse than any other of his contemporaries with the
possible exception of Best Wishes.

I should imagine that it must be very distressing to have a horse
as good as Paris in one’s stable and to see him beaten in E class when
all the time he could be winning in C if he were fit. When I saw his
name on the list for Union Park I thought that perhaps, after his rest
since last September, he had recovered. But on his running it is
evident that we must wait still longer for this.

HE much fancied three-year-old Mark Light, another Jamaican,

ran last in a field of 11 in this same E class five furlong. In
the same stable as Rock Diamond, it was reported that at exercise
she was toying with this horse. If this was true we can only con-
clude that this was not her genuine form. . She is however, entered for
the Easter Guineas on Monday, and if she can recover in time she
might still be capable of giving Bright Light a run for her money.
For the next possible threat to Bright Light we must wait until the
Stauble Trophy, now a few paragraphs away, to see what April’s
Dream does in this race.



The Elite Trophy, which wus a maiden event for C class, pro-
duced a field of twelve and a result which still leaves me a bit in the
dark. I do not think I have ever laid eyes on any of them except
Mazaruni. ,It was won by Dipdell, on whom very little money must
have been laid, judging by the $10.36 which she paid to win on the
Pari. I notice that she is by Furrokh Siyar and therefore I am not
surprised to hear that she is very speedy. The very fast Don Arturo
We saw here some years ago, was also by this same sire.

Second in the Elite Trophy was Nefari, who was one of the
favourites while Red Cloud and Hope Dawns were third and fourth
respectively. Nefari, a filly by Pylon II out of Carnival Queen, is one
of the new ones with which Dr. Cyril Gittens has made his return to
the turf. Incidentally the other winner produced by her dam, is a
full sister to Nefari. The doctor, it seems, has made a re-entry into
racing with some good horses in his stable.

HE first half-bred race over 5 furlongs went to Rosette in spite

of the fact that she stumbled just after entering the home
stretch. I was for three-yeaf-olds only and seeing that Rosette had
already beaten half-breds of all ages up here it was to be expected
that she would defeat her contemporaries unless there was some-=
thing else of unusual merit among them. It was just such a horse
which I expected her to meet in the shape of Drury Lane, But he ran
very disappointingly and certainly he cannot be in the same form
which he displayed at Arima in September and in Barbados in Novem-
ber last.

Up here he also defeated the half-breds of all ages and
although this was in a handicap yet he was only a two-year-old at the
time. It is to be assumed that he is off form.

The Leaseholds Trophy surprisingly went to Hellican. Rated as
a sprinter only on his running at the last Christmas meeting he went
to the front and after establishing an early lead of some five or six
lengths he never looked back. Finally, Mr. Dick Murray informed
us, he won by three or four lengths on the bit and never looked like
stopping. This race, run over a mile, is the annual feature event at
Union Park and it nearly always produces some surprise or the other.
They include the death of Commando II in 1947, an upset victory by
Adventuress in ’48 when she won her first A class race two flukes by
the Gauntlet in '49 and ’50 anda ten lengths victory by Devon Market
over the raging favourite and once champion, Footmark. This year’s
result is therefore no exception to the rule.

T IS difficult to believe that as many as five of Hellican’s rivals
could have been off form, all at the same time in this race: for,
even if we discount the newcomer Fairfax and the veterans Ligan,
Blue Streak and Pharlite, there were still Golden Quip, Mark Twain,
Astrion, Kandytuft Il and Notonite to be reckoned with, Yet none of
them seemed capable of getting within striking distance of Hellicon.

Astrion was second, this being his first race in the Caribbean, No-
tonite was third and Pharlite after coming in fourth was disqualified
and his place given to.Blue Streak. Kandytuft II, incidentally ran
one before last and on the face of it 1 must agree with Mr, Murray that
he was far from his best. There was a rumour that he had jarred him-
self the day before. But I would like to know what excuses are going
to be offered for Mark Twain, Golden Quip and Notonite.

Meanwhile, Hellican is obviously no mere sprinter and his con-
sistent form at the Christmas meeting was only a forerunner of better
things to come. His chances in the T.P.D. Trophy on Monday next,
when over 7 furlongs he will have 127 lbs, to carry, now look rosier
than ever.

In the D class McEnearney Trophy old Fabulous won his first race
since he came down from C, while Ali Baba was second and Princess
Rasiyya third. It was a very near thing and in a few more yards Ali
Baba might have won. This proves that his return to good behaviour
at the Christmas meeting was no flash in the pan and I notice that in
this respect even Princess Rasiyya is a reformed character, Cross
Roads, who ran 6th, does not appear to have recovered his health since
over a year ago.

The result of the Stauble Trophy throws very little light on the
picture for the Guineas except to confirm general feeling that Bright
Light will win it and that Gallant Rock will run second. Gallant
Rock has already run two seconds to Bright Light at the Christmas
Meeting and by winning the Stauble Trophy it proves that he is still
next best in Trinidad. April’s Dream must have run very badly indeed
I never heard her name called at any stage of the race and eventually
she finished somewhere about seventh or eighth. This is definitely
not good enough and she will have to improve on this considerably
if she is to have any chance in the classic. But perhaps if both
herself and Mark Light can find their legs by Monday we will yet
see a very good race.



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SUNDAY, APRIL

Weightlifting

13,



1952

The 1952 Junior
Championship

By EDWIN ROGERS,
Two weeks ago the Amateur Weightlifting Assoeiation
»f Barbados brought down the curtain on a very suéeessful
show. It was remarkable to see the stréfigth and muscles
which these lifters possess and it almost gives one the im-
pression that they had some sort of ‘invisible crané’ near at

hand to help them lift such enormous weights, sometimes
double the weight of their body.

The Junior Championship has
brought to the public’s eye, a pic-
ture of What the #outh of this
island con do in this field of sport.
It is encouraging to see the lads,
young as they are, lifting With so
much zeal and determination,

Each lifter took up bis position
in front of the loaded barbell, and
was dwarfed by the large weights
in front of ‘him.

Get set—lower the body—grasp
the bar—hold the breath. Then
with a terrific pull the bar would
g0 up—slowly at first, increasing
in speed as the weights reached
chest high—recovery; then in a
flash the weights are overhead.

Ease And Calmness

Grant in the 123 Ibs., division
lifted with ease and calmness.
Deep down inside of him there
seems to be a burning fire which
urges him to do wonders. The
lifters in all the various divisions
have been keen and have returned
good totals, nearing those of the
Seniors. I hope that the senior men
will take this as a hint and main-
tain their superiority.

The Committee of Management
of the Association must be compli-
mented on having improved in the
organisation of these shows. It is
rather a difficult sport to organ-
ise, when considered the length
of time it takes. Our last show
should have ended before mid-
night, but due to the great num-
ber of outstanding entrants, the
judges took a considerable time to
arrive at their decisions

Extra Attractions

The extra attractions, and I can-
not be too brief in giving them
their praise, helped to add to the

success of the show. F. Mustor was
outstanding with his acrobatic
feats. It is hard to believe that

anyone can balance about half a
dozen bottles, one on top of the
other, on his chin. Mustor made
it look easy and after tremendous
applause, he balanced the same
number of bottles on a_ pencil
which he gripped between his
teeth. Not content, he called for
two chairs and balanced them, one
on top of the other, on his chin.

He also balanced a table on his
chin,

Mustor told me that he can
balance a chair with someone
seated on it on his chin, but due
to short notice he was not able
to arrange it for the show A re-

markable performance for a youns
Barbadian. Sel
Splendid Exhibition
The Rockley Beach Club’s Bal-
ancing team gave a splendid exhi-
bition. B. Tulle aoe top man was
tionally good.
One of the highlights of the
show was a Judo Knife Display
by F. Green and his partner.
“Miss Bridgetown, 16 year old
Shirley Best, gave a performance
in hand-balancing with Simeon
Fields and Berry Alleyne. She is
the first lady balancer ever to take
part in one of the A.W.A.B shows
T cannot end without paying a
tribute to John Marshall who was
crowned Mr. Barbados, Junior.
His selection was a popular one.

Tue cker ; Wins
Spoon Shoot

The first Spoon Shoot to be
held by the Small Bore Rifle
Club took place yesterday at the
Drill Hall with good light pre-
vailing and there were altogether
ideal conditions. 1

M. G. Tucker emerged winner
with the good score of 99 points
out of a possible 100, T. A. L.
Roberts coming second with 98.80
points. i

This competition is shot off on
the handicap drop point system
which is used by all rifle clubs
in England, a member's handi-
cap being his previous month's
average.

The following
best scores: —

M. G. Tucker 99, T. A. L. Rob-
erts 98.80, M. A, Browne 98.68,
H. O. G. Marshall 98.66, L. W
Hassell 98, H. W. Webster 97.66,
P. A. D. Johnson 97.33 and M,
A. Tucker 96,33.

At the end of the shoot, Mr.
T. A. L. Roberts, the club cap-
tain, presented Mr. Tucker with
the spoon.

are the eight





Mr. EDWIN ROGERS



SPORTS
QUIZ

There were only two correct
entries to the Advocate’s Sport
Quiz which ended yesterday, C.
E. Haynes of Hall’s Road being
the first correct entry opened
while Nolan Warren of Fonta-
belle was the only other person
to submit a correct éntry.

There was a good response but
the majority of entries showed
that those who submitted them
did them too quickly and fell
into the traps included in them.

C. E. Haynes can call at the
Editorial Department of the Ad-

vocate at 11 a.m, on Tuesday,
April 15 and collect his book
from the Sports Editor. Mean-
while congratulations are ex-

tended to
creditable
the only
a correct
The second Quiz
in the Tuesday
newspaper

Nolan Warren for the
performance of being
other reason to submit
entry.

will appear
issue of this’

Following are the questions
with their correct answers.

1 If a player kicks a foot-
ball and_ it bursts on its
way to the goal but still
enters the goal, should the
referee award a goal or
not. }

Answer: No. The ball must
be fully inflated when it passes
over the goal-line between the
goal-posts.

2. How many runs did the
first wicket partnership be-
tween George Challenor
and Tim Tarilton yield in
the first innings against
Trinidad in the 1927 Tri-
angular tournament at Ken-
sington?

Answer: There was no
wicket partnership in the
innings between George
lenor and Tim Tarilton in the!
match against Trinidad in the
1927 tournament. E. L. G. Hoad
and C, A, Browne opened.

3. If a player is ruled “off-



first
first |
Chal- |

side” in water-polo, does
he have to leave the wa-
ter? «

Answer: No. The new rules

which came into effect in 1951
rule that the referee should award



a free throw to the opposing
team.
FOOTBALLFrom Page 4

the attack until the referee sig-
nalled the end of the game.

The Teams
The teams were as follows:—
Spartan: Atkins, Gibbons,
Bowen, Morrison, Haynes, Ish-
mael, Gittens, Wood, Grant,
Jemmott, Griffith. .
Empire: Robinson, Grant,

Smith, Maynard, Douglas, Rud-
der, Taylor, Norville, Symmonds,
Drayton, Alleyne.
Referee: J. Howarth.
Linesmen: A. Parris and J. T.
Archer.






WE CAN RELY ON

NUGGET FOR
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CHATS ON SWIIGNG

Ee

“The Back.
Stroke: Arm

Movement
By TAN GALE

Next to the crawl, thé baek
stroke ranks highest in éfficiéney,
if Measured by the test of i.
In fact, although there a
number of Variati hh funda-
mental pattern the is

the crawl stroke the
wr \y wa his back. As
a fesuit, erisin Movements éan
be _réversed.

The start of the back ¢ is
made this ;
swimmer lies wit!
the body hed at t
water, ie is "

rai the é tion

attained if the 8w: er. yee
his feet as they The chin
ig wn t — ”. Artis are
own at the ern
with toes pointed anid the ‘hole
body relaxed as much as possi-

ble.
Now to start the, stroke. The
slightly

left shourder is If
over the water and then the left
arm is thrown out and away
from the body over the water so
no water is splashed in the face.
The atm is thoro relaxed,
and is therefore thrown and not
placéd.

The hand is dropped into the

water when the arm is just a
little past the height of the
shoulder, and as it is drépped

into the water the right shoulder
and arm start through the same
movements just described for the
left arm.

The hand is Sree palm
down until it is about six inahes
under water. Pressure is then
applied to the water by the arm
and hand, the elbow being kept
straight but the hand gripping
the water. The arm makes a
regular sweep six or @ight inches
deep in the water, acting as an
oar Of a réw boat

While one arm is. making this
sweep under the water the other
arm is thrown back in prepara-
tion for a pull on the other side.
The arms operate like the double

paddie of a canoe: there is no
pause, as one pulls the other
recovers,



Ace Will Drive
. . * s

Millionaire's Car

LONDON, April 12.
Millionafre automobile rticing
enthustast Tony Vandervell has
given Argentinas Froilan Gonzalez
We chance to drive his car in next
Mondays race for the Richmond
Trophy at Goodwood, Sussex track.
The race will be over twelve
laps of the Goodwood Circuit—a
total of 30 miles. This will be

Gonzalez first appearance on the
Goodwood track.—U.P.



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The high proportion of hydrogen in ATHLETIC

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AGENTS L. M. B.

idgewws,—Barbados,

SUNDAY ADVOCATE
cet peninnetneme
TALKING CRICKET



Mr. Karl Nunes, President of te W.I. Cricket Board of Con-
trol and Mr. D. P. Lacy, Honorary Secretary and Treasurer of the
Board were intransit through Scawell On Friday afternoon by
B.W.LA. from Jamaica on theit way to British Guiana to attend

the Annual Meeting of the West Indies Cricket Board. At the
airport to meet them were Mr. Jol. Goddard, West Indies Captain,
his wife and three daughters.

Mr. Nunes and Mr. Lacy anived at 5.30 by B.W.ILA. from
Jamaica and left Seawell shortly after 6.30 for Trinidad where
they will make air connections fo: British Guiana. The meeting
opens at the Carib Hotel, George'own on April 16 and onds the
following day.

Mr. Nunes confirmed earlier reports that neither he nor Mr.
Lacy Were seeking fe-élection to iheir respective positions on the
Board. :

‘Position Of League Clubs Unchanged

(From Our Own Correspondent) time Middlesborough who had

LONDON, April, 11, oniy won two previous away

The first round of Easter boli- Agnes collected two valuable
day games has brought no changes pojrits.

in the position of clubs at the top Sheffield Wednesday, Second

and bottom of the four English pivision leaders, beat ' Brentford

divisions, three-two at Griffen Park to re-
However, Portsmouth winning jain their goal average lead over

a three-one victory against Derby pirmingham who beat Cardiff by
have come up level on points the same score.
with Manchester United and No prizes are offered for guess~
Arsenal, both of whom were in- jing who got Sheffield’s goal. Yes,
volved in away draws. Ports- it was redheaded centre forward
mouth have played two games Dooley Who brought his total for
more than Arsenal, and one more the season to forty-four. Bir-
than Manchester United. mingham’s winning goal against
Both Fulham and Huddersfield, Cardiff came from the visitor's
the bottom clubs, were beaten, jef back Sherwood whose back
and as they are respectively five pass caught goal-keeper Howells
and four points behind Stokes },, surprise.





City, their chances of avoiding 1) the Third Division it is really
relegation ate now extremely 4)| over, bar the shouting, Both
slender, Reading and Brighton lost to-day
Newcastle Defeated in the Southern seetion to give,
Notice by the way, that the cup Plymouth a six point lead and in
holders and finalists again this the Northern section Lincoln’s
year Newcastle suffered their suc- three-nil victory at Southport
cessive home defeat since beating keops them six points nearer

Blackburn in the semi-final. This Grimsby.

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SPORTS

At Kensington Oval
Thursday, 17th April
12 noon
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For Men

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APRIL 13 — NO. 219

The Topic
| of
|Last Week

| Today is Baster Robert

| Greet this day of new life
Surtidtnt the cares that worry

The cares that are so rife

j Let people know within us
Our thoughts can reach the skte
Especially those by comment
Our topics may despise

. * : .

Man who ean fie has risen

Leaving behind old things

Conquering and still to conque:

Habits te which be clings

; . .

Think of the things to change

Things t are decades old

Things

Simply by actions bold

. ° *

Lou

.
Think of the Vestry system
That served the ancient slave
The Maude Report advise us
To rest them in a grave
. . . .
New times call for new changes
Fill new wine in new flasks
All modern legislators
Must boldly face new tasks
. . * .

What e'er is good remember
Can never die in vain
For good just like all goodne
it always rise again
. . . .
Joe went cross in the bus stand
He wanted a bus drive
The people who Were riding
Were like bees in a hive
. . . .
He turned and said to Robert
if, I were a bus BS
Til see that hone my buses
Ride people at a lous
. *

For judging we paper

When I read ir report

Nearly ali of the buses

Are riving “bout for sport
;

Some making a few farthings
Others are making nil
And boys with all the losses
Those buses running still
; ‘ ‘ ‘
You find this is the secret
I've found it out at last
“The paying bus" tse water
Non paying bus" use gas
: ‘ .

To-morrow. you will see them
All over this big place
1 tell you the bus owners
Got lots of time to waste

‘ ‘ ‘ .

Joe did net go to football
To see the giants play

| But Low brought back the tiding
| From Kensington yesterday
: . ‘ .
So many things were locking
When both teams played half dead
That sh« aid plain and simple
| Titey all lacked Enriched Bread
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! The cup goes up the bayside
The dares now miles ahead
} thank Fred Goddard

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SUNDAY ADVOCATE

My Budget advice
fo wives is this—

Make Him

APRIL 13, 1952



SUNDAY,

MOTHER, how's
your ‘efficiency’?



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~ a NOLAN Check these points | SeOhe | war
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| Since a poorly finished hem can BABY’S DIET. Take off ONE mark for over- |
; a | ruin the appearance of any a fi —almost as bad as underfeeding—and |
Tonight he con SEE new sheen in You ee arance of any dress AN for irregularly timed meals. A really | |
bey bie softness, or skirt a careful study of correct inadequate diet, e.g., perpetual bread and mar- |
hair, FEEL its caressod® hemming procedures is well worth arine, loses TWO marks. Moderately inadequate
THRILL to its glorious natural beaviy. | your while, feeding, €.g.. possible vitamin shortage, loses ONE.
if you use Lustre-Creme | The first essential is an evenl we airenalie ——|——— |_|
Lustre-Creme Sham poo gives halt eae ce | marked hemline. This should be BABY'S CONDITION. Score THREE for good.
Sewey | done with pins after the » “ TWO for rr, ‘or poor. ‘op 0
@ Fragrantly clean, free of loose | the dress is finished. ke pins By Eileen t Aser of t seen cme on kee’ you ONE. Bo do .
The faren fea —— eo i dirty fingernails in a baby under six weeks old.
j rkKin e ne — | —_——
must be willing to take tim “THERE will be budget di i is y
@ Glistening with omen care, Place the pins at the oo most hanses—whether emipoily dee cae eee £r Eten i fe Se oe: He'Snould feet
coapy Gin Ho epoeiel |ed length desired. Before remoy- % Week or £2,000 a year. . that he is wanted, ne should feel secure, he should
| ing the dress examine the pins to i The recent national Budget will put extra money have opallty with brothers and sisters, he should
see if they are placed in a con- i®to male pockets through income-tax concessions. be reaso! and he should have | g
tinuous line. If one appears out But it will take more out of the housekeeping ae eines = oe THREE i a ba ateie ese
of place remessure thet’ pin and tilk. ae Nar be higher Price of foodstuffs. . paris Score TWO if you fail him on one or
Pe haan Men, therefore ‘ane gant meat. two needs. Score ONE if three of more of his
| er taking off the dress spread » are going to be better off durin, needs are not being met.
it out on a table and pin up edn com manthe, while their wives will find it
the hem making the fold exactly “Readjustment in th ‘ CONDITION of the home. Score full marks—
CS she" ige °C Pins Baste close sary and parsimonious and generous husband. alee Take ONE mare off if'you are so nowweproud that
o the fold. ‘ous husbands alike o
must take action. the has no place where he can crawl about
Cut a cardboard gau i ‘, pigSeneral untidiness loses ONE
desired depth of the tom Use noudibenin s age Heceived:- Gor and we pee beds unmade oF food continuously
this gauge to mark the cutting fvure is a w _ ago, that keeping money they have fo Wedges~ Again on the table loses TWO. a
line on the hem with tailors “The Jast aoe S oo : a pocket money for themselves, A smart cocktail shoe of black Total | 12
chalk. Remember that having arr big increases in la chabtee, ee sl husbands a suede has a cut-out front and OTHER, how’s your |
even amount of hem depth all coal and coke sepals services hoon! Spending money each platform and buckle studded with “maternal efficiency
around is as important to the such as shoe-mending and dry Week. diamante. Italy again produces a , today? Or in mole in rooms had a much lower
looks as having the bottom of the cleaning. The daily woman who "pe home nhenld wate esckut Ted, calf cocktail mule that New homely language how good maternal efficiency.
hem even. It is better to have a comes in to help with the clean. her hots should a pet Yorkers are raving about. Most do you honestly think you are /. * ke
narrow hem that is the same ing now costs more (3s. an hout fii ne a ae a My ry low unusual style, in red or green at looking after your baby ? aclenta” n nolen wal lenis
ne ae “sieht ae mes ‘ many London areas, whereas shillings y pec en ee a wedge heel and ‘The most reliable way of find- clashes with being. a good
s ° 8 aces only to two years : .. y - ued ollow: arch. : . yer-' 3e-
narrow down where there was’nt 2s.). On WO ie ing out is by filling im the chart mother. The over-house-proud



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enough cloth for a hem that depth.
The edge of your hem may be

Up And Up
The greengrocer’s bill has risen

finished in several different ways. steadily; the grocer’s account has

the cloth,

A heavy cloth that does not fray
;may be pinned or trimmed even Nearly every essential item for
|and catch stitched without turn- the home has gone up.

| The finish you ¢hoose depends on crept up by a few pennies nearly

every week.
Eggs, bacon, cleaning materials.

worked from left to right, Only Per head for each adult member

Pretty toeless hopsack play-
shoe has a wedge heel and deep
pebble-guard, Novelty for holi-
day wear: raffia sandals made in
Trieste,

Stars for...

This week the most important
wholesale fashion houses show
their mid-season summer collec-

Starred in my notebook. . .

above, according to two Oxford
University social scientists who
have measured the maternal
efficiency of 580 mothers.

The two scientists, JEAN
THWAITES and IAN SUTHER-
LAND, made surprise checks in
Oxford houses and flats where
there were babies up to one year.

the mothers were,

wife may stint her chileren of
healthy fun She may make
them feel they are unwanted by
feeding them in the kitchen
to save precious carpets,

To check yourset{ fll in the
chart right away so that you
record your baby’s condition us
it would be if the scientists
walked in now unexpectedly.

At first the scientists thought

jing under the edge. The catch The late increases will offici- tions. These include adaptations After quizzing parents. prying they would have to take the
|stitch is a cross stitch and is @lly mean another jump of 1s, 6d. of leading Paris spring fashions. gs ‘Sra5 mother’s own health _ into

account when measuring mater-

“Mi , j nal efficiency. But they found
a few threads should be caught Of the family. ** “Middy-lins” black — silk They found that two out of that by wigeannifice tae
in the garment so that the stitches _ One of the best arguments a cocktail suit. every three women who had mothers overcome the dis-

| won't show on the right side.
Thin fabrics are usually best
| finished by turning under about
a quarter of an inch at the to
of the hem and machine stitch-
The machine
stitched edge is then hemmed by
blind stitching or fine whipping
taking very tiny stitched where
they will show. Slip stitching is
really better than either of the
two above in most cases. In slip
stitching the needle
through the turned edge so that
the thread between stitched is en-
closed in the turn. This helps
|to prevent catching the thread
{on something and so pulling the
hem out,

ing that edge.

Most often

is run

used method for
finishing ad hem on medium

wife can produce at a family con-'

ference on housekeeping mowfy
is a regular housekeeping book
showing her weekly expenditure.
J a sceptical husband,’ who
just does not understand vhat is
happening in the shopping werlds
can be swiftly
he sees it proved by facts,

bringing price increases home to
doubtful husbands is to take them
week-end shopping on a, Satwr-
day morning.

Most. reasonable men will soon
understand and want to try to
ease the problem.

Happily the really mean hus-
band is not common.

£3? Not Enough

The week's most interesting

housekeeping budget story was



convinced when
and:
figures. Another quick way of



EASTER HAT No, 2: It sprouts
white feather wings. In qrey
metallised straw. (St. Cyr.)

Fairest division is to take what
is left after all housekeeping and
other expenses have been bud-
geted for and divide this in two,

* White net evening frock
trimmed with crinoline straw
soap bubbles.

*** Waistless jacket in lilac
utility linen over black linen
dress,

* Waist-trick dresses with
cumberbund belts and _bust-line
boleros, which raise the waist
several inches,

*** “Resort Loungers,’”’ con-
sisting of jeans, pirate scarf, caps
and contrasting coolie jackets in
rayon tweed.

Eccles On Fashion
Advocate of gay clothes for
men is Minister of Works Mr,
David TF ecles,
Talking to a Federation of
Painting Contractors on Monday
night, he declered: “It is time

homes of their own scored full
marks. Half the mothers living

advantages of ill-health so that
their @hildren do not suffer

London Express Service

What’s Cooking In The Kitchen?

Here are three easy recipes forin the centre, a pinch of salt. If

cakes,
over from the sultana of the Easter
Cake, or some pieces of chocolate.

Chocolate Cake

Chocolate (not milk chocolate)
—4oz.

Eggs—2

Sugar—1 oz.

Melt the chocolate with a bit of
water on the fire until you have a
fairly thick custard. |Mix the yolks

You can use what is left you use dry yeast you can melt it

before in half a cup of lukewarm
water. Add the eggs, the butter
(or margarine) and the lard. Mix
everything and start beating the
dough with your hand. By beat-
ing the dough, I mean just the
movement you make when you
slap your naughty son or daugh-
ter. If the dough is not soft you
ean add a tiny bit more of tepid
water. Work the dough until you
will be able to lift it with your
hand from the table. |Add the ham

ES i n 7 - ; f the eggs with the sugar. Beat
; weight fabrics or on heavy ones the £3-a- week - housekeeping. however small it may be. we broke out from the very ° > J ; ; i" i
. that fray is the seam binding allowance wife, who left Ton, ~~ Certainly it would make for sombre colours which for a hun- er =. Se ee ee Ween eve ieakion eS ee
f 6 9 finish. Matching seam binding is a-week husband because she Many happier and more contented dred years have | been the th lks of th d the add the sugar, the orange rind and
rul a pinned to the evenly trimmed could not manage on the money homes. ; fashion." Snean, hen 464 ently the whites, the sultanas). Put it in a cake
, edge of the hem and machine — and then got a divorce fo Step Into Spring Mr. Eccles should be pleased Put in . aaaeeiae. oven. until tin and leave it in a warm place
NET ie stitched. The binding is then 4esertion. Out of this £3 she had Shoes for Spring and Summer With the pyjama manufacturer 1244. (About 20 minutes) for about 20 minutes. Bake it in a
tA Naat tnt) fe blind stitched: to the dress. to pay 10s, 2d. rent. She found are light as a feather. who is launching a range of pea- ; ( moderate oven. ‘
sir SPECIALLY Be sure to keep your seams in this impossible and asked for £4 Weighing only a few ounces, cock pyjamas for fashion-con~ Brioche
== RECOMMENDED —'¢ |jine when turning up a hem. 2 week, which the husband re- many of the flexible sandals are scious males, Sponge Cake
4 vel Extra fullness in the hem should fused. |held in place with one wispy Highlights of the collection. .. ‘This brioche can be either sweet, S'

for IRREGULAR ACTION, | be taken veubeineamell. eaente is This is the first case of its kind. | strap. Tartan taffeta pyjama coats or you can eat it as a main dish . (3 eggs for 2 people)
SICK HEADACHE, Pralate nines leats don't feht But I believe that money troubles | Ny teri mesh makes cool sum- With green satin shorts; bright with peas or any other vegetables. For every egg 1 tablespoonful of
BILIOUSNESS, youn oth: "Make C a Rte are the cause of more married|mer sandals. Very smart version striped coats, with elasticised “ Four—1% Ib. sugar and 1 of flour. Beat the
INAIORSTIGN. ak LORE Choe. are p unhappiness than infidelity. is in string colour, with black Waists, over one-colour trousers; fygs—2 yolks of the eggs with the sugar
. veer where it comes naturally, Never Many down-trodden wives feel| patent ieather straps. coloured nylon mesh, and black jButter—2 oz. add the flour and then the whites
; he | make a pleat so deep that it runs they are not receiving their fair} There is a feeling for two- satin jackets faced wfh dull Jard—2 oz. which you have already beaten
Sold in bottles for clear to the hem line. Pin pleats share of the family income.|toned colours and textures, and Sold, worn with the new sleep- Yeast—1 package until stiff. When everything is
lasting freshness. vertically, It is usually better to Apart from inadequate house-j|for black patent. ing shorts. Ham—2 oz, thoroughly mixed add 1 level tea-
baste before hemming when } Unusual court shoe model, of Rock Garden Hat spoonful of cream of tartar and
oon your skirt is very flared, ° jblack suede, is trimmed with a Most eccentric spring hat Cheese—1 tablespoonful. 4y teasconful of bicarbonate of
: ~ e Trut in black patent rose. The same shoe comes. from. America, Called (if you want it sweet instead of soda. Butter the cake tin and put





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From Italy come white or black
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the ham and the cheese you can
put some orange rind, some sul-
tana (about 2 tablespoonsful) and
2 tablespoonsful of sugar).

Put the flour on the kitchen
table or pastry board, put the yeast

a tiny bit of flour at the bottom of
the tin. Move the cake tin with
your hands until the flour has cov-
ered the whole tin. Pour the mix-
ture in the tin and bake in mod-
erate oven for about 20 minutes.



am not sure yet if I really want
to give up my life to living in a
hospital. I have a chance to go
to England soon to study.”

aviable reputa- HE girl who takes up this
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—providing, of course, that it har-
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day’s work as you describe. Be
understanding anq do not expect
to be entertained by him all the

sick and infirm and be interested
enough to sacrifice herself, com-
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MARY writes, “I am going to
be a bridesmaid in a month's
time. I have heard that the bride
is supposed to buy my dress for
the wedding. Some people say
|That I should buy my own. It is
not a big wedding, What should
|I do?”

ENERALLY speaking, if it is
a simple wedding as you say,
)and if you can wear what you like



if the dress would be of no use to
you afterwards, the bride usually
makes;the purchase. Such elabor-
ate dresses are not suitable for
general wear after the ceremony.
A, A. writes, “Am I being dull
and have I lost my husband’s
interest.”
WOU must understand, my Gear,
that your husband is tired
in the evenings after such a hard



and at peace with the world. I
know it is not much fun going out
all alone. Have you a woman
friend? But please, my dear, I
ask you not to pester your husband
to take you out so much. Remem-
ber that his hard labours provide
yu with your livelihood,

D. L, (ST. THOMAS) writes,
“IT am thinking of taking up
nursing. Please advise me as I

tired and shall ache in every limb
and all for those who cannot help
themselves. Hardship and tribu-
lation shall be your lot, my dear,
but if you really love nursing let
nothing stand in your way as—for
a girl—it is one of the noblest and
finest of all professions. You can
find true happiness only in com-
plete self-sacrifice.

MRS, P. writes, “I am a widow

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SUNDAY, APRIL 13, 1952

- UHONATION COCKTAILS ARE COMING

oume of them may evenhered
white and biue

BARMEN all over Britain are
already secretly mixing whiskies,
gins, brandies, and rums into a
vartety of concoctions, to find
the perfect Coronation cocktail.

Their efforts may embarrass
the United Kingdom Bartenders
Guild. “There will be hundreds
of Coronation cocktails coming
out,” said Mr, W. J. “BELL” TAR-
LING of Harrogate, the president
at the Guild’s dinner at the Park
Lane Hotel.

“They will all be different—
some will even be red, white and
blue—and the customer won't
know what he’s going to get. We
cannot contro] them or standard-
ise them, consequently none will
be registered in the Guild’s col-
lection of recognised cocktails.”

Many of the 300 bartenders.
admitted they were working out
new formulas—none would dis-
cuss the ingredients.

Hoping for a ‘change in their

country’s drinking legislation
were six Swedish guests, all
members of the Swedish Bar-

tenders’ Guild,

Their president, Mr. HELMER
JANSSON, of Stockholm, said
that in a bar or restaurant in
Sweden men and women were
allowed only a certain quantity
of spirit—with which food must
be eaten. To buy drink at a store,
a ration book had to be produced
—and the allowance is regulated
by age and salary.

The Swedes hope that the law

NEWS for

THE
Two
PETULAS



will be changed this year. The
effect on tourists, they say, is
damaging to trade.

—LE.8.



a 2

When a.woman changes
PERSONALITY

°

TWO well-known women —
Petula Clark and Margaret Lock-
wood — have recently done a
personality switch.

How like the chameleon we
women are. If an unsophisticated
girl falls in love with a man who
likes glamour she will change
overnight to his favourite type.

Sophisticated women seem to

find the switah to wide-eyed
innocence even easier.
PETULA CLARK’S_ change-

over from girlish simplicity to
sophistication brought protests,

In her first appearance after
an American holiday I missed
her soft curly fringe. Her hair-
do is sleeker and brushed off the
forehead.

With this new look she wears
rhinestone drop earrings, a lot
of black, including nylons with
black patterned heels.

Even her make-up has been
“treated”. Now she has a pale
complexion, uses a clear red lip-
stick, which, she says, “is more
effective.”

And with it all goes the New
Voice—lower, more mature.

*

MARGARET LOCKWOOD is

attempting to desert the “Wicked
Lady” for “a more sympathetic,
natural person.”

Her ‘hair is longer and is
dressed in a curled bob, It is
lighter in colour and frames the
face. Make-up is softer.

The lipstick follows more the
outline of her lips and has not
such a hard edge.

In tune are Miss Lockwood's
clothes in her new film; the type
a “well-bred Englishwoman”
would wear rather than a screen
siren.

And again the voice has
changed—richer and pitched a
tone lower,

Are women wise to adapt
personality to suit the mood?

I think Petula Clark in her
natural, unaffected role and



Margaret Lockwood as
sophisticated self are far,
more convincing.

No Sagging

From France comes the long-
sought answer to hand-knitted
swim suits which sag when wet.

An elasticised knitting wool, to
be used only for swim suits, is
coming here next month, It is fine
wool thread twisted. round a
slender elastic base,

MY OPINION: It is heavy to
the ounce, but knits up like
machine-made lastex,

Good—Cheap

Ordinary turkey towe! will
be, the 1952 glamour fabric for
holiday wear. Dyed in brilliant
colours it is practical (needs no
ironing) AND IT IS CHEAP.

Emerald towelling cuffed jeans
sell for under £2. Burgundy
towelling shorts with patch
pockets for £1. A beach brassiere
to matoh, 14s., and a boxy towel-
ling jacket with a mandarin col-
lar in acid yellow and white
—under £2,

Early Rush by Slimmers

The spring slimming craze was
off to an early start this year,
Beauty experts, busy with the
seasonal wax baths, exercises
and massage, thank the mild
winter,

“The rush usually starts in
mid-March,” one expert told me,
“but this year women started
reducing in early February.”

Favourite is Dr. Stephen

Taylors 38-part’’ diet from his
book “Fats and Figures.”

Forbidden: “Everything made
from flour or cereals.”

I asked Dr. Taylor ‘whether
Chinese food, which is mainly
vegetable, is fattening. The
answer: “ » yes.”

“Crispy noodles and rice are
obviously not slimming foods
and chop suey is served with

her
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MRS. FREDERICK MATTA and Mrs, Letty Roberts—their hus-
bands are in the wine and spirit trade—mix their own cocktails

before the Bartenders’ Guild dinner,

sauce made from soya
flour.” So that is out, too,

Perms At Half Price
If you “don’t look a day older
than 21” you can cash in on the
new cut-price-for-teen-agers de-
artment started by a London
rxairdresser. His prices:—
Perms two guineas for a whole

head (four guineas for
adults).
6s. 6d. shampoo and = set

(9s. 6a. adults).
2s. 6d. cutting (3s. 6d. adults).

Angry ‘Square Dealers’

The people who try to get the
customer a square deal, the
Retail Trading Standards Asso-
ciation, are angry with fashion
writers,

The new slub fashion material
which, they say, we call “silk
tweed,” is neither “silk” nor
“tweed.” The official description?
“Rayon tweed effect,”

Have the R.T.S.A. ever heard
of sales appeal? :

It is something that “silk
tweed” has, and “rayon tweed
effect” has not.

After years of synthetic fabrics
I don’t think many women are
taken in these days by a name.

Heels Only

Smart women in Faris are
wearing shoes which seems to
thhave heels only. Uppers are
invisible and are made from
Crystal Skin, a new material
strong but transparent,

Emerald, topaz, and mauve
patent leather is another Paris
spring shoe fashion,

Nylon mesh makes the latest
London shoe news, It is cool, it

doesn’t —_ and is much
stronger t the old fabric
mesh,

The underside of nylon mesh
is flat, smooth, and comfortable
to wear. High-heeled nylon mesh
sandals sell for 69s se



Mrs. Clarke’s Column

@ From Page 6

with a daughter of 16. An old
friend of mine has asked me to
verry The difficulty is that
my ughter and he do not get
on. She says that if I marry this
man, I shall be unfaithful to her
own father—my first husband.”

OU must have a great deal of
tact and patience if you are

to secure true happiness for your
daughter, your husband to be, and
yourself. Postpone marriage until
your daughter feels better about it.
Talk with her on an equal basis
with yourself. Explain to her that
we will fall in love and wish to
marry. She wouldn't want you to
be alone when she is gone, would
she? I am sure she will under-
stand, my dear, and in a little
while will see your point of view.







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‘san YOU Baby and You

' SUNDAY

their own

Peet ee AE

HABIT TRAINING

By SISTER E

When should training in clean-
liness begin? Most of the text
books ad\ise you to hold baby out
at once, But the trend today is be-
coming less strict. Many Doctors
advise beginning at the age of

S5—T7 months when baby is more |
or less able to sit up, On the

other hand it is truly astounding | able elass of Insurance is covered
how early babies can be through the JAMES LYNCH

if you go about it regularly and
methodically.

Real training, in the sense that
the baby can learn consciously to
control his muscles, does not begin
until after weaning. “Potting,”
however, begins right from e@
earliest days, and some fortunate
mothers, by holding their babies
out after each feed, can avoid
dirty napkins for months at a
time. (Wet napkins they cannot
hope to avoid untii well after a
year). The point that is inecreas-
ingly stressed by
psychologists is that training
should never become a misery for
mother or child. A baby should
never be forced to sit on the pot,
or kept there longer than five
minutes. Naturally you will show
pleasure if your beby has done
what he should; and since your
pleasure means a great deal to
him he will try hard. But if he
fails, and above all if he struggles,
do not prolong the scene. Man
babies begin to assert their will
power in just this way, at about

great modern

eight; or nine months; but if just
sat on the pot at the usual times
and treated matter-of-factly with
no comment if they are naugty’,
they soon forget to be difficult.

For holding baby out, sit on a
low chair, place a small chamber
on your knees, put baby on it with
his back well sup by your
chest, one arm slipped over his
chest, the other hand holding his
heels. Do not lei him have a toy
to play with, make him feel that
this is a serious matter.

Whether or not to waken baby
to hold him out at the time you
go to bed depends on him entirely.
If he takes a long time to go back
to sleep it is better to leave him,
even at the risk of being wet for
a considerable time. ith chil-
dren who hardly wake up, per-
form with their eyes closed and
drop off again, it is well worth
while to pot them afd to know

that they will sleep dry and com-
fortable.

When she sees that when she
leaves you for a home of her own,
someone will be there to look after
you. I feel sure she will come
around to your way of thinking
and raise no more objections to
your proposed marriage, I do hope
you will all find true and good
happiness.







NO WONDER
YO.
TASTE THE CREAM





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ADVOCATE

Home cured BACON (back and
streaky) and HAMS (legs,
shoulders and butts),
grease proof wrapping. Locally
rendered snow white LARD in
lb. packa or tins—all cheaper



than, the product and,
belive you me, delicious! Let
me troduce you to Barbados

Products ting from
their counter’ in meral Hard-

ware Supplies on Rickett Street.
(That bacon — should have
seen my plate !) First thing
after Easter—dial 4918.

a

| Oliver Tractors from the U.S.A.
{available almost at once through
COURTESY GARAGE—these are
full track models with direct
battery start on diesel fuel,
differential steering and a_ 6-
eylinder diesel engine. COUR-
TESY sales of Massey-Harris,
the famous half-track Tractors
are soaring and closely following
is the oll-aaaeee Ferguson (now
available wii full-tracks AND
DIESEL ENGINE). COURTESY
GARAGE — Island Headquarters
for every requirement in modern
tractors and their attachments
have further extended their
service — meet MR,

you know GEORGE CLARKE is

now on the COURTESY staff.

Phone in and tell him your story

—and watah that

jump to life!
*

dead tractor

These patterns
unusual and very, very attractive
and they're specially designed for
our home. This is LAN-
M the felt backed floor
covering in

are new,

you_and
S

ares, strips or
rolls. You lay it down and jhat’s
the end of it. For Tables and
Shelves, the answer is still with
Lancastreum, There are different
widths and all sorts of colours
and designs. You know, of
course, the value of Lancastreum

is uns ssed on the Island?
* ” ”

Outside om Life, every conceiv-

COMPANY LIMITED on Mce-
Gregor Street. Enjoying the
advantages of a direct Brok-
erage connection with Lloyds of
London through their
Henry Hoad & Co,
James Lynch Co. present stand-
ard and often better than stand-
ard rates as the result. Loss of
Profits—Loss of Property—Loss
of Teeth, what matter? Anything
and everything —

possessi

insured your

principals
the

have you

.

Have you a ROVER coming
this Easter? The shipment is due
this week and there’s a beautiful
ROVER for you among those

. two

| top-flight
ractical know-how your servic«
€ worries just don't exist when

SS SSS

PAGE SEVEN

age een

Man About Town

already booked. Hard to think of
so wonderful a car as this with
improvements, but there are!

Complete elimination of road |
noise; much improved ventilation |
and cool air current; heat resis- |
ting silencer shield to further
reduce interior heat and rede-|
signed grill. This very lovely |
automobile sets a standard apart |
it is a magnificent engineering |
achievement and Redman & Tay- |
lor have it.
o * .

This is a m for you:
“A GROUP PENSION PLAN
BRINGS THESE BENEFITS TO

EACH OF YOUR EMPLOYEES

Peace of mind—because he is less
likely to be destitute in his old
age .... his wife and children
are less likely to be in want if he
predecesses them ... his chance of
promotion will be improved by
the super-annuation of older em-
loyees. For preparation of
‘ension Scheme consult Peter de |
Verteville of the Manufacturers
Life Insurance Company, Office,
Lower Broad St., Phone 2845.”

. .

CHERRY CAKES — RAISIN
CAKES—PRUNE CAKES all of
them delectable and sold by the
pot. Naturally this is a
EPHIRIN selection and here are

more—Ginger Cakes and |
Chocolate Cakes. Now what d’you |
think of these — dial 3222 and
have them delivered to your door.
ZEPHIRIN Butter Bread and
Rolls are simply a reminder —
everyone knows how scrumptious
they are. Whether or not you're
thinking in party terms, Zeph-
irin’s Ltd. on Swan Street have
what you want for your table.

+ . .





Heavenly Blue Seas = and;
Twelve Golden Days — halcyon
days with time to play, to laze,
to dine and wine and dance while
travelling among the enchanted
isles of the Caribbean. La Guaira,
Curacao, Cartagena — is there
not magic in the names—magic
for you to hold when you leave
Barbados on the luxurious
French Liner DE GRASSE on
May 6th. For this unforgettable
experience book through the
Agents, R. M. Jones & Co, Ltd
Phone 3814. The cost is extremely
low—you'll be surprised!

a .

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The Village Shop of Stansfeld
Scott Ltd. — no more appealing
Grocery Store anywhere and so

easy to shop in, so spotlessly
> clean. And the stock — look!
BLACK & WHITE SCOTCH

WHISKY, MARTELL BRANDY
and the finest of LIQUEURS ih
Miniatures and Delft Jugs. And
Harvey's BRISTOL CREAM
SHERRY and the famous 3-year
old COCKADE RUM. With
Canned and Bottled Goods, Cig-
arettes, Chocolates and just about

everythin, you're ipasing for.
AND WN PARKING ROB-
LEMS! !




VALOR COOKER STOVES

Burners

3 Burner Model @ $71.87
Also

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With Double Drainboard @ $65.64
complete with waste and overflow

1860

Short
5 2 Burner Model @ $56.14
'y
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10 & 11 Roebuck Street

Incorporated
1926

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. And this decision according to a Canadian yf

. Press message hag, already been notified

PAGE EIGHT

me ee

tte ADVOCATE

BARBADOS

tee J--—







Sunday, April

13, 1952

PASSENGER SHIPS

THE announcement from Canada that
the two remaining Lady liners are to be
withdrawn from service at the end of this
summer has been followed by the news
of the expected arrival in Barbados this
month of Capt. Clarke, Managing Director

of Canadian National Steamships,

The British West Indian territories have
a direct interest in the Canadian National
Steamship lines because they have been
contributing for years £45,000 annually
in subsidies, and the Eastern Caribbean

still contributes £27,000 each year,

The provision of passenger accommoda-
tion on Canadian National Steamships is
in accordance with the Canada West Indies
trade agreement which came into effect in
1927 and was still in force when the war
of 1939 began. The agreement was intend-
ed to last for twelve years and in 1938
Canada gave notice of its intention to end

it with effect from 1940.

This denunciation never became effec-
tive and although Canada has often ex-
pressed dissatisfaction with the existing
arrangement nothing has been done since
1949 when a fact finding committee which,
was fully representative of West Indian,
Governments and af Canadian National
Stedmships met together in Barbados to

discuss the future of the vassenger ser-

vice provided by Canadian National Steam-

ships.

The disadvantages which would accrue
to the West Indies as a result of the Lady
Liners being taken off the run were among
the. many effeciive arguments put forward
by Canada last year when an all out cam-
paign to liberalise trade between the
Dominion and the West Indies was waged.

That campaign resulted in victory for
the Canadian exporters but despite that
victory it seems that the West Indies are
fated to lose the benefits which they
derive from the continuance on the Carib-
bean run of the Lady Rodney and the

Lady Nelson.

What those benefits are may be appreci-
ated from statistics kept locally by the

Barbados Publicity Committee.

In 1951, a total of.1,219 passengers dis-
embarked in Barbados from the Lady

Nelson and the Lady Rodney.

Of these 88 had joined the liners at
Halifax, 150 at Boston and 981 from Ber-
muda, British Guiane and other British

Caribbean ports.

It is important to realise tha

t 1,219

represents the total number of passengers
actually disembarked at Bridgetown. Some
idea of the volume of intransit passengers
coming ashore during stop-overs in Car-
lisle Bay may be obtained from reflecting
that the passenger capacity of the two lin-
ers is approximately 200 in the case of the
Lady Nelson and 120 in the case of the
Lady Rodney. And frequency of calls in
Barbados of these ships is one every eigh-

teen days

Further information is provided by com-
parison between the number of 1,219 pas-
sengers disembarking from the two liners

' in 1951 and the number of 351 disembark-
ing from the three C.N.S. freighters during
the same pericd. Of this latter number
337 embarked in British Caribbean ports.

If the total of 981 passengers disembark-

ing from the Lady Liners in 1951 is added
to the total of 337 disembarking from the
freighters the same year, it will be

observed that nothing less than a fleet of
12 freighters would be required merely to
_ replace Caribbean passenger requirements

at present. This is plainly impossible, and
no one would make such proposals.

Yiet the comparison is warth making
’ because it throws into relief the gravity of

the situation which will arise when the

C.N.S, liners are taken off in. the autumn.

- to the Canadian Parliament this month.

What is going to happen ?






-

'
’

The news that Moore McCormack liners |,
are planning five visits to Barbados this ~
summer is welcomed news because pas-
sengers on those liners will to some extent
recoup the island for the losses which it
is bound to suffer because of the cessation

of visits from the Lady liners.

| But Barbados can take little consolation

| from such knowledge once it realises that
1,219 less passengers will be disembark-
‘ ing here annually and that passenger com-
munications between this island and the
other West Indian territories will deteri-
orate yet further, when the Lady liners

go.

r
>

Even if British West Indian airways

were expanding its services (and this has
not been evidenced in recent years, rather
the reverse) there wouid still remain the
hard core of passengers who will only

travel by sea.

Their number according to the above
quoted figures could hardly be accommo-
dated unless existing freighter passengers

services were trebled.

It seems therefore that the only solution
which can be offered to the withdrawal of

- the Lady Liners is the provision of one or

more passenger carrying vessels of a

4,

|

'

capacity noi tess than half that provided
by the Lady Nelson.

The only other ship approaching this
capacity is the Furness-Withy “Fort
Townshend” which now calls at West
Indian ports once monthly, but not on a
return basis. If two ships of the passen-
ger carrying capacity of the “Fort Towns-
hend” could be put on a North South
regular run the passenger requirements of
the islands—which could then be assisted
by the Alcoa and C.N.S. freighters would
appear reasonably bright.

Can such a solution be found ?

If it cannot then a face-the-facts com-
mittee ought immediately to be appointed
to consider the provision of a minimum
passenger and steamship service for the
Caribbean.

Little hopé can be entertained that the
United Kingdom at this late stage is going
to consider contributing towards a sub-
sidised steamship’ service of the West
Indies. «

Little hope can be entertained that the
Eastern Caribbean which presently con-
tributes £27,000 annually towards the sub-
sidised Canadian National Steamship ser-
vice can increase its contributions by any
large amounts.

Yet it is an axiom that until adequate
inter-island steamship accommodation has
been provided that progress towards closer
association of the British Caribbean ter-
ritories will remain nebulous.

But even without closer association it
ought by now to be apparent to anyone
who thinks, that unless greater inter-
Caribbean trade results in the near future,

rea the area as a whole will continue to suffer

from periodic gluts and shortages of pro-
ducts available within the area.

Great efforts are being made to promote
trade between the islands and mainlands
of the British Caribbean, and individual
territories are adding to their small island
revenues by promoting the export of cer-
tain products. These efforts are already
being handicapped by the paucity of ship-
ping facilities in small islands like Mont-
serrat,.. The withdrawal of the Lady
liners from remote West Indian islands
like Montserrat may lead to its relegation
into the category of inaccessible Caribbean
islands like Saba, St. Martins, Anguilla
and others. ‘

It is futile to continue the discussion of
West Indian federation until a provision
of adequate West Indian steamships has
been arranged. Without ships, talk of
federation is a mockery.

And much more would be achieved by
convening a conference sponsored by the
French-Dutch-American and British met-
ropolitian governments to draw up a
4-nation Plan for improving sea and air
communications between all the territories
for whose benefit the Caribbean Commis-
sion came into being.

x =!
EASTER

IF CHRISTMAS is primarily the festival
of the Christian family, Easter is the festi-
val of the sum total of Christian families.

At Christmas individual families gather
together at a time of peace and goodwill to
welcome into their homes the Holy Child
on whom their hopes of salvation depend.

At Easter millions of Christians scattered
all over the world celebrate the achieve-
ment of that salvation. The Holy Child, the
remembrance of whose forty days of peni-
tential fasting has been remembered during
Lent and who was crucified on Good Friday
nearly two thousand years ago, has risen
from the dead.

Christians at. Easter therefore have
something to rejoice about; something
which takes precedence over all other
Christian festivals.

Christus Vincit. The Saviour of the
world,*who refused to come down from the
Cross, refused to save Himself at the invi-
tation of those who tortured Him with
cruel taunts but whose cry in giving up the
ghost, wrung from the startled Roman
centurion an admission of His divinity,
rises at Easter preparatory to returning to
His father in Heaven. The Holy Child, who
was born in a Manger at Christmas Day,
who was crucified and buried, rises from
the dead, reveals Himself to His followers
and then leaves them in the happy assur-
ance that He has gone back to His father,
in the many mansions of whose House,
they can confidently hope for admittance.
| To-day, Christians in their millions are
turning with renewed prayers and re-
newed hopes to the central truths of Chris-
tianity in which they see the only true
answers to the challenge of atheistic com-
munism.

The hopes of the 19th century progress-
ives of a world gradually growing better
and better, more and more civilised under

the beneficient infiuences of humanism and

science are shattered.
' And today the voice which is raised most
doudly, insistently uncompromisingly in
defence of human freedom, human person-
ality and the rights of man is the Christian
Church against which the planners of all
modern revolutions since 1789 have made
their primary assault.
' The battle which is raging most furiously
in the world this Easter Day is not the
shooting battle in Korea, Malaya, or Indo-
China but the battle of ideas in which two
major contestants are the exponents of
atheistic communism and the followers of
Christ. - che

In this island of Barbados we can count
ourselves fortunate as Christians to enjoy
the blessings of a government which is
committed in the instruments of our con-
stitution to promote Christianity. That is
a blessing which has been withdrawn from
millions of our fellow Christians, for whom
the central fact of their religion will be no
less improtant this Easter day than it is to
us.





































LN ee ee

SUNDAY ADVOCA

Sitting



“In a gudist club you simply
forget you have no clothes on.
Standards of conversation are
higher than outside.”—From
an article by Dudley Barker.

N the club smoking-room, a
male member is entertaining
“a male guest.
How do you like it here?

One has to get used to it. What
happened to the naked old lady
who spilled a plate of scalding
soup down herself?

I didn’t notice she was naked.

I bet she did. And what about
the fat man who dropped an
oyster on his naked stomach
and jabbed a fork into it?

Was his stomach naked?

Didn't you hear him yelling?
I say, is that sonfebody on fire
in the armchair?

I expect a member has dropped
i lighted match on his chest. It
‘requently happens here.
Cigarette?

No. thanks. And who was that
fine, handsome, Junoesque girl

carving chicken at the side
table? Head waitress?

You mean the one with
he,

Yes, that’s the one. With
re
Um?
Well, you know what I mean.
You mean the one with the
ather large flat feet? :
I thought you didn’t notice
things like that in this club?
We are permitted to notice feet.

Growing Girl
“My daughter has suddenly
shot up to 5ft. 10ins. This has
made her awkward in manner
as well as movement... .”-—
A mother complaining to a
columnist

R. GUBBINS, the Fleet-street
quack, writes: —

Vital details are missing here,
vhich makes it difficult to arrive
at an accurate diagnosis.

For instance, we do not know
how tall the girl was before she
shot up to 5ft. 10ins., or if it hap-
pened over a period of a year, six
months, or overnight.

The word “suddenly” suggests
overnight, If this is so, and the
girl was only 5ft, tall the day
before, it is probably a case of
“Giraffe’s Disease”, Which, al-



The British Caribbean are as a
whole, contrary to the common be-
lief, has a diversified agriculture.
This statement made in the re-
port of the Comptroller for Devel-
opment and Welfare, 1951 may
divert attention from another fact
that goes contrary to prevailing
opinion, which is, that Barbados
has often attempted to diversify
its agriculture,

In the Report on the Agricul-
tural and Botanical Departments,
Barbados, for the period 1898-
1907, issued by the Imperial Com-
missioner of Agriculture for the
West Indies, an account of these
attempts is made. There we read
that Semel iets had actually

been al
potatoes and yams to Lond6n. 13
1908 the Army and Navy Stores
ook two barrels of sweet potatoes
ver month and the West Indian
Produce Association five barrels.
The quantities of yams shipped to
‘hese buyers in London were not
specified but the idea of popular~
ising the yam in London was kept
alive and in 1946 I remember see~
ing one on the desk of Mr. Robert
Gavin the then Secretary of the
West India Committee.

The attempt to export bananas
failed eventually because of poor
accommodation on ships taking
them to England. "

In 1902, Messrs W. Pink and
Sons and the Royal Mail Company
(which at first took the bananas
freight free) made an effort lo es-
‘ablish a banana trade between
Barbados and England, In the
vinter months the bananas got to
England in good condition byt
during the hot season large nunt-
bers rotted. An early cold storage
system failed and an entire ¢on-
signment of bananas was lost. A
second system of cold storage
known as Hall’s system did the
rick and “the fruit arrived in
England in good condition, not one
bunch spoiling en route”.

But inter-island competition
soon spelled disaster for Barba-
dos’ bananas, On the next voyage
the Royal Mail Company “leased
1 portion of the cold storage hold
o a gentleman in Jamaica in con-
sequence of which most of the
Barbados’ bananas had to be put
in other parts of the steamer, with
‘he result that of 1,074 bunches
shipped sixty-eight arrived rotten
and over 300 were ‘over-ripe and
spotty’.” .

Jamaica struck the first blow,
but it was Trinidad who finished
us off. “From the beginning of
1905 up to July of tak meee tle
bananas carried in the ships fitted
with cold storage arrived in good
condition.
bananas were shipped in such
quantities from Trinidad that 2
considerable amount of the fruit
intended for shipment from Bar-
bados was excluded from the cold
storage holds and had to be put in
other parts of the vessels”.

It Was a case of “Oh yes, we
have got bananas” but so had
Trinidad and it seems that Trini-
dad like Jamaica had more pull
with the shipping people. The rest
of Sir Daniel Morris’ report reads
like an epitaph for Barbados’
bananas,

“The bananas consequently,” he
writes, “arrived in such bad con-
dition that from October 5, 1905,
to March 31, 1906, the net amount
realised from the 10,439 bunches
shipped during that year wa.
about 2d. per bunch. As the cost
of the crates, packing etc. amount-
ed on the average to Is. 2d. per
bunch, the planters in addition to
losing their fruit had to pay about
1s. per bunch towards the freight
and other expenses. The result of
this was that the growers discon-
tinued shipping and destroyed
their plants”. You can hardly
blame them!

Cotton was a more successful
venture.

In 1902, Barbados had 16 acres
under cotton. A year later, Sir
Daniel Morris and Mr. J. R. Bovell
visited the Sea Islands, studied
their methods and with great wis-
dom purchased about £300 of the
best Sea Island cotton seed. Had
they needed an import license or
some other government permis-
sion Barbados might have been
hampered at the start of the cot-
ton industry because by 1904 ex-

On The Fenee



to export. sweet»

|From July however.

rE

By NATHANIEL GUBBINS to a man of 105 has few advan- |
eane. unusual, is not unknown at tak oy pened a
to medical history. ““Althou a . “i
; : "el Se gh at that age, they will
Sometimes the patient grows at Understand you, if they are still
a fairly easy pace of about two capable of understanding any-
inches a day, which giveg relatives thing; and. although you won't
time to get the builders in for jive much enrtne to - except
structural alterations to the house. ¢ ort things like rial 1 think ¥
When the patient grows at 4 j..cband who is usually sound
greater pace, the situation becomes asleep will make your evenings
as fantastic as a page out of “Alice S° 18" conie :
in Wonderland.” b Pa ;
_ There was the case of a girl « ho “ » 6 7 are
grew at the rate of an inch a Yhin- ine eae nea ee
ee ae her startled family was ~ “ nless abnormal, a man of 97
at dinner. is fii 3 i
; has had his fling, can still be at-
By the time they reached the tractive, if not too hairy, and is
sweet, her head had shot through i); young enough to keep awake
the ceiling. Firemen, working 4) supper time.”
feverishly, were able to cut a hole f
Three A Minute

in the roof before her head went
HE most frightening statistics

through that, too, *
ee we ane I have read for a long time
state that the population of Japan

harm, —_ the best treatment is
$0, remove: DRgaRent as -qtink is increasing at the rate of 1,400,-
00 every year.

as possible to a large building like 0
Unless my sums are wrong, this

the Albert Hall,
Hus'| means that three nasty little
steal need babies, who will grow into nastier

S° many 0 eg Rear lags wre ne little men and women, are born in
young women tha’ e time is ;
approaching when women’s maga- J#pan every minute of the i
zines will be obliged to encourage Ours:
reader interest by pebiishing a What makes it worse is a.re-
may version of that old best-seller, port that the custom of committing
t what age are men most at- hara-kiri is dying out. Japanese
tractive: do not now stick knives in their
satchel eon aen: Oe ey Se inal
being asked by, girls contemplat “his bit of bad news, added to
: , eer vesde the alleged benefits of advance
specialist will be writing before medical Gaaies and modern sani-
long, 7 tation. makes it certain that the
To all of them I answer, ‘Some- majority will survive unless mil-
where between the two is the jions of volunteers go out to
ideal. Japan at once and insult all native
sa Wate tig ech canes: Gane Pe TY Site Viaras”
, a ing any kind of apology or re-
with Wis strong. bristly whiskers Srccs cceest a carving knife.
and vigorous cough, has all the
impetuosity and impatience of Otherwise, the rate of three
youth. Such qualities, however babies a minute will increase until
endearing, can be just a teeny- there are countless hordes either
weeny bit trying to a serious- jumping into uniform to murder
minded girl of 25 who wants to those who are re-arming them, or
settle down to a quiet home life. staying at home to breed like rab-
“At that age they are either bits and imitate every saleable
Leap cregens oo ae commodity, from whisky to Easter
arties or dances night after ni eggs.
= given to moping at home be- According to a New York mes-
cause they feel they have been sage, they have already been cun-
caught in the toils of matrimony ning enough to supply shillelaghs
too young. for St. Patrick’s Day celebrations
‘ s ° in America.
—L.E.S.

“On the other hand, marriage





Yes! We Tried Out Bananas

at a luncheon given in welcome of
Sir Neville Lubbock and Sir Cuth-
bert Quilter, M.P., on January 23,

By GEORGE HUNTE

ports of cotton seed from the Sea
Islands were prohibited.

From 16 acres of cotton grown
in 1902 there were ginned 4,286
lbs. of lint, '

For the season 1903-04 about
800 acres were planted in cotton
and the Barbados Cotton Central
Factory which had been set up en

99. i

“During the last 30 or 40 years,”
said Sir Conrad, “the fortunes of
the colony like those of all the
West Indies have been steadily on
the decline. .. . Land which at 6ne
time fetched a considerable sum

the Pier Head received seed cot- the acre has beeen steadily going
ton which yielded 104,928 Ibs. of down in value until now oF os
lint. searcely worth anything. ... a

ali s* nimi is the cause of the almost total
t ee eee ae ruin which has overtaken Barba-
0 ee Sted ahd ekected dos in common with the entire
we al 3) ee eason 1904-08 about West Indian colonies? . . . It simply
647 ne Soe tl acten with cot. is that the West Indies practically
1, ae te Ww shits rea the Cen- Have no market for their produce.
ion oN at chelived Doar cotton The prices which sugar now brings
fateh yielded 518,500 Ibs of lint, Barely pays the cost of production.
j . 7 * All parties, English statesmen and
On November 1, 1905, the fac- (1) public men admit that the West
5 transferred to the Bar- {t!] public - ee ie
tory Wei ti Cotton Fac- Indies are threatened with ruin:
ae PORE ATER, SS that the sugar industry is pearly
. “ on the point of extinction, an
inPetfig Senan 1908-07. m9 Ms run ogard to Barbados in Rat
ano, d tl lue of the lint cular they are confronted with the
colton and the value awkward political and social prob-
and seed mee £76,376. rare oe lem, what is to become of. our
The; Bean. Season.” Was der Site large and teaming population?
pikes ti ae tet oF 988.443 Those problems have come to
on int a a oaai 775 lbs’ of roost on the shoulders of our gen-
| Ibs. 7% a fo Recvebsed teadi- ¢ration and how unfairly have our
oend. Poca Piast a 1 forefathers been blamed for show-
ly since Mie bi . t oo oy ing no insight or public spirit by
about 6% Pee col en in some of the descendants of the
PHN cee an etfart was Peete ty very Englishmen who presented us
: ? ae : with those problems:
establish an on a au oi Why was the West Indian sugat
Dados and the whole crop Was dis- ,qystzy bene ruined?
, “t Sir Conre $ swer
Pert did not long survive, however, a ag hg she Rang het ge to
because in ie Sree “ee ee try was being ruined from the cir-
Page a re geage ae Gttention cumstances that West Indian sugar
to ae : ; Vv
that planters did not have the time and: aes Bs eagle ose, Me not
to instruct the labourers in the de- possibly, compete in the Englist
tails “2 eget oe emaral market with beet root sugar from
a eacamount, af ie senda: con- Germany ane other ee
sequently the areas planted with Manes ¢ ; We. of aut, must se
Tete oar eacualy ae about to improve our agriculture
tten nian . m4 in 1904 the to increase the output of sugar by
tahasatlon, iy made agricul up-to-date er ete
4 agricul- ; : im
tural instruction one of the ordin- a eated ae ee doemion’ the
ary subjects ot. Wg, se Th beet producers, are doing the same
ination ‘ot “Schools reported thor thing.” What would in the Wes
(ees ke sens ae te, acs eta a
voys’ sc : ~~ March, , tha 000, t
tricts have eaanlisnes a gs allotted to the subsidisation 0*
rg eeerge g ens during sugar produced, i the Unitec
as a e $ . a Le
Peqn 1902 and 1903 Barbados was why it is an axiom,” said Si?
represented at exhibitions held in Gonrad after that memorable
at Sete sent to the luncheon on eas ey
“ t ; " e 5 £
Ruyal Horticultural Society’s Show Aig fet bein ang that the pro-
istactory that a Gold & tc of industry should be freel:
were so satisti En te farbados ducts of industry shou e freely
Eee es Aateaiitel Shows were a a Sap» went a
; e markets 0! idly ve
held. tes a tir Honea at deny most emphatically that it is
POl,end, later “shows “Witte, free trade to put us to compess
lowers, Oe (Park, May. With beet root sugar which far
puis and’ Applewhaite's. ‘The (ror en ie et the start with
. ie re ie ar’
object of the shows was to improve satura ae oe
the material welfare of the peas- “ ang then Sir Conrad in word:
Se TERS SMe oney prises. Ot Stett Coaemite, CADLe ee ter
were awarded for the best exNibits by th West Sine 7
of small stock, poultry, vegetables, “Vugar,” he said, “is an annua)
fruit, starches, honey, Sea Island eyltivation which gives constan
cotton etc. These shows were held employment to the labourins
in different parts of the island so ¢jasses and puts money in con-
= re peeseate chee ae staat sioeulation. Besides that the
might have the adva eo ie est Indies are liable to recur-
object lessons inculcated by the ring storms and hurricanes of
exhibits brought to their doors”. more or less violence, . . . Fancy
This excellent practice is long the fate of large fruit and cocoe
overdue for revival. planters when hurricanes occur
Meanwhile, experiments to im- uprdoting the largest trees, just as
rove the Se aa a a they demolish Soe ae spread
een carrie out continuously desolation in a trections. . . .
since 1884 and = _— ss Cane wager is the natural produc”
propagation began to be used. of the West Indies and when the
All this activity is interesting jabourer plants his cane and it is
enough if come A to gage bony ill- made into sugar at some omnia
inform statements sometimes factory ... he must find a market
made by the armchair experts that for it where he can obtain such a
Barbados ought to have had a price as will recoup him for his
more diversified agriculture. It is lahour and the-cost of production
not for want of trying: and while He can no more do this than the
Seta. a mgree ene os large sores when, be is en-
educational policy has rec countere: sy bounty fed sugar.’
years been drifting away from the To-day conditions are changed
land yet there are reasons | why and the United Kingdom pays us
prt py - eee ae papfsuntely for = ees, She
es y Of SUfa as richly pal as not always doe so and may
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improved living standards which production of basic foods, but
are quite wrongly attributed by don’t let us suppose that withe::
some to political action. Our pros- a high price for our sugar we ca
perity to-day is due to the constant go on living at this “high rate
demand during the war and after merely by having another go at
for our major product sugar diversification. We can’t. But we

Sir Conrad Reeves put sugar in can do mo

e than we’re doing now.
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BARBADOS ADV‘ m SATE







PAGE NINE



SEISMIC EXPLORATION AND B’DOS

With charges of dynamite being



he ficial vibra 1S pro- hole has been drilled te date, in
exploded at sea, holes being drilled lay » exploded dy: he spite of the difficulties initially
all over the Island by a portable : encountered.
drilling rig, surveyors appearing photograpn recordings
on the tops of hills with two-way t} obtained require intricate : 3. The reflection method which
radics and transits, and thousands technical interpretation by ex- ate apples obtained abso-
of feet of wire cable being laid perts trained in this difficult field aifMaalt cebeantin totaal
down eee the Jand we then As implied above, Seismic pros- ' be applied. Since this latter
= errs = and oa oe pecting may he divided into the method requires much greater

mewhere else, many ople are reflection method

ecnfused and do not understand

what is taking place. This article

and the refrac-

tion method. The reflection method

operating space, another problem
arcse—Barbados was just not big

: requires smaller charges and gives enough, more room was needed.
has been prepared in the hope . more detailed map of smaller hus, although some land shots
that it will serve as an explana- features than the refraction meth- were still needed, it was neceg-
tion of all these activities, and as od. Also, the detectors are placed sary to extend the programme
an introduction to some of the much closer to the shot points into the sea and it is questionablé,
methods involved in seeking for than in the refraction method. In indeed, whether detailed seismic
new oil fields, the reflection method the com- work has ever before been at-
A Seismic. survey, such as is x $99$3GO859650606500000" hs in such exposed, de®
currently being carried out in 7
Barbados, is a method of in- x By The Schooner Sanshine RK,
vestigation in which physics and x =

mathematics are applied to solving
structural problems in the depths
of the earth, In Barbados one is
confronted with a situation in
which seven-eights of the land
surface is covered by a mantle of
coral rock, while the rocks which

S Robert W. Bell

PLLC LLL LES LEL POCPCSS SO,

AAPSLSA EPS

pi ional waves
most vertically

are reflected al-
from the ditfering

together with one or more large
motor launches, were chartered
for these offshore operations. Two
surveyors on widely spaced land
locations follow the. schooner
through their transits and advise
the schooner captain by radio

reflecting layers as is light whiecn where to proceed and when to
lie below the coral, wherever is shone on a mirror, In the res stop, The heavy dynamite charges
exposed, (chiefly in the Scotland fraction method, on the other (sometimes as muchas three-
aistrict) are highly folded, broken h , the compressional waves art quarters of a ton) are then low-
and contorted. For these reasons bent by progressively denser and ered over the side and flo>ted
it is very difficult to predict what more elastic rock layers, which —— Wee ee erty. we
may be expected with depth. The generally occur the deeper they rn on ot rum. th Rhee Ned sh
attitudes of the layers of rocks, go down until they again are Siieed "6 oe een ae 1 309
whether arched up into ridges or turned upwards at considerable paye ut to a di e

sunk into depressions, cannot,
with certainty, be located from
examination of the surface alcne.

distances away from the explosion
and come back to the surfice to
be picked up by the detectors,

feet or more. When the dynamite
charge, which hangs suspended
200 feet below the drums, is finally







7 ore ; minoeuvred over the exact loca-
Now is well-known that oil The charges of dynamite, which tion, it is fired electrically. This
fn pes OE steelers Witten LOADING DYNAMITE INTO SACKS. Approximately 200 Ibs. in each sack: ‘This is then attached produce the artificial vibrations of A proces fas been, repeated rua
f ; 7 to a rope of 200 ft. long and suspended by means of oil drums fioa. compressional waves, are usually $HOT being fired from the schooner “Sunshine R” about 4 miles off three hundred times to date, wi
prevent it from further migrating P & pended by ting in the sea, discharged within the earth in total nditure of dynamite.
: . sn a Jay , North Point Lighthouse. This is the explosion of 1,500 Ibs. of ®, ‘otal expenditure o *
or. escaping to the surface, It was aaa it ‘rect’- name, deals a I 2 ; : holes drilled by specially construc- at this writing, of over 170 on
obvious from surface examin.tion Science its correct name, deals ight waves normally travel in filters, to emphasize desired fre~ toq portable drilling rigs mounted Dynamite. : The Seismic survey ot Barbados
of Barbados that some method With the compressional Waves «I straight lines as evidenced by the quencies and discriminate against on lorries or trucks. However, if . ‘ is noW about fifty per cent. com=
would be required which would Vibrations created in the earth peam of a flashlight, and we all ell others. The output of the pocessary, the charges miv also be Proximity of houses and other cuttings and flushing them out of plete, but it is expected that the
throw light on the underground either naturally by vulcanism etc., have daily seen light reflected amplifiers is recorded on rapidly exploded under the surface of the Constructions, necessitated the the hole, The goral rock of Bar- remainder should be completed
(subsurface) structures, and a °F artificially by the explosion of from polished surfaces, On the moving photographic paper. Time water at sea, greatest possible care in locating bados is so porous and bia Nee a dart at a more rapid rate than here=
Seismic survey was consequently dynamite. As in the case of light other hand, to most of us, the }ines are printed on the paper at the shot points where the dyna- that the mud pumped me he tofore, beonuse most of the mitial
initiated. waves, the compressional waves phenomenon of refraction is less jntervals of one-hundredth of a Since May 1951, Independent mite would be exploded. This ob- nels sitnely, disappearert, and om physical and. technical problemi
It may be said here that the have velocity, frequency, inten- well understood, though it pro- second so that “any arriving Exploration. Company, Limited, V ously limited the areas where ae tatu nee me Pe ne Rabe bea anlven
Seismic method of prospecting is Sity, phase and direction and may bably has often been observed, impulse may be timed with am Under contract to Barbados Gulf work could be done and, in Ren- further drilling e worse.
credited with the discovery of Undergo reflection, refraction and Refraction of light refers to the écuracy of hs to one-thousandth Oil Company, Limited, has been a Nayar joey the normal pro- stickinur ne aan AY chs pe Here again, it must be stressed
more oil fields than any cther absorption. bending of light rays that occurs of q second. To return fora conducting a detailed Seismic cedure of the operation. This problem was finally overcome that the Seismic method gives a
geophysical method. It isa pros- The terms used in the aove when light, travelling at an angle moment to the geophones or SUfVvey of Barbudos. Many feland 2. ‘The drilling of shot holes in } eas of a newly developed Picture of deep underground struc«
ecting method that may roughly paragraph may soynd rather to a surface of contact, passes detectors, it should be pointed out 4¢ eoblems peculiar to thé Islan; the coral formation has itself pre- mt i of irilling in which a tures, but cannot tell whether oil
PE Caribeeett with optics in that technical to those unfamiliar with from one medium, such as air, to that these instruments are So sen- ped be i att as Se: a sented. problems Jn Barbados, ins taree Woliaite ‘of Tei crac nies is there or not. The picture obtain-
Bath scion with energy the, Study ee et Ther feaete wil hae anak stan’ ative to tbratton that the wind {OM Saignggans POM 8 Scmucn'as normal dela tote™ eee ned clean oe Blog oak tetas the Teetin of. l
propagated in the form of waves. such readers wl ~ Brees al i »P . hana M ttt tl Ra in the canefields, rain, passing dures would not work, Normally, the hole., A. Jarge air compressor tt Ps, ub oa vay ding
Cptics deals with light waves, are not unfamiliar with the actua parent pent ina stick Ww hic 1 is cars or even pedestrians, and surf 1. The great density of the drilling is done with a heavy mud Was brought into the Island for out wheth er ete eating 1
while seismology, to give the phenomena. We ail) How that Salers tn he. Se ak edriiat cn a nearby coast can‘ interfer@. population, and the resulting »s a means of raising the rock this purpose. Some 41,602 feet of Said traps is by deep drilling.
é ears oO 2c e a e 201n









wnere it enters the water. Light ; - . : ~ . Sat "
travelling from air to water at an Cag : =

angle to the surface is bent down-
ward in the water because it
travels more slowly in the water;
however, compressional waves
denser medium because such a
usually travek more rapidly in a
denser medium because such a
denser inedium is generally more
elastic. Thus compressional waves
are refracted upward as_ they
travel at an angle to the surface

of contact from less dense to
enser materials,






The Seismic niwthod of prospect-

ing may rcughly be considered as
a method of taking © pictures 6f
underground structures, u



The food

for family
fitness

compressional waves in the
of hight wave Charges of ayna-
mite are exploded at judiciously
selected shot points and the refiee-
tions or refractions pro uced at
contacts cf layers of differing
with differing properties of
y, water conten ete are

place




Marrnite is a good dietary source
recorded at a number of points by } of Vitamin B. A little added to
sensitive recording instruments. Stews, Soups, Sauces, Gravies
These instruments are known as

and Savoury dishes gives extra
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dren love Marmite—especially
in Sandwiches of every variety

geophones or detectors and they
convert the mechanical energy of
the coOmpressicnal waves into

electrical energy. The geophones SR OS SO ae
are strung out on a cable leading | in jars: | o2:, 2 of,

to a recording unit which is housed CGE © Oki, TO OR

in a truck. The electrical im- |

pulses are carried from the | -

geophones along“the cable to the

recording unit and are fed into



specially constructed amplifiers,
which act not only to increase the
intensity of the impulse but alse
allow the operator, by means of

Dominica Needs Good Officer For Agriculture

This has been ut

THE INDEPENDENT Exploration Co's Recording fruck in the field.
truck which pick up the vibration can be clearly seen.

THIS shows instruments inside the recording truck which makes the
records of the blast.

The cables leading from the





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r . = ata ~ per inica could have increased her for the Government in that con- dustry.

_ Mr. St. George Cooper, Super- colony sare oe Se said, is due to the natural drain- banana productfon very consider- néction by the Agricultural Adviser to the |

ansendene Ae e se are Sea eerie ae ee fit ns, age of the country. Thee is not ably because conditions are fav- Dominica is not a good livestock Comptroller for Development and

inica, told the Advocate Thursday cope with Pai ponents much water logging as every- ourable for the growth of the country and there is a shortage Welfare and he thought it a step

toe ees é es Limes are their main crop which thing is on the slope and the sur- crop.” of meat, milk, eggs and even fish which was well worth consider- ®

expansion depends, pipens ower is < edie rapidly and there is face waters are faken away and they must do something to- ing. |

things, on the efficiency of the e stn nrtt for budded limes rather quickly. The island has a good commer- wards the goal of self-efficiency He said that Dominica is in- |

Agricultural Department, and that are a at able of resisting As far as bananas are concern- cial source for the Lacatan variety Although they cannot get there, terested in the group formation of

Government is trying to build it a lehene Th eand for oranges ed, he said that the Government ‘which is the one now used for he felt that it was far better to the peasantry and, fishing devel- | Be B
up as much as possible by means ars 2 fruit ante has prac- is working in close co-operation export. It has the advantage of make a start rather than go on opment. Being a land of fresh |

of good, efficient and extensive Heated eet oa everyone is With the Banana Association and not being susceptible to Panama paying high prices for those rivers and fresh water, if they | ; F
services largely financed by Co- ones ec tide on limes F ; the Antilles Co., Ltd., who provide Disease, articles which are very essential, could exploit that successfully,

povaend Development and eens He said shat the price of KNme oil the shipping facilities, He said that the Government The present price of cattle, the fish farming, might make a very |

unds a .



lans t ‘lude a Soil Conserva- , f fre ates and t ’ 4 1
Sie. Coopae aun represented the “is extremely high” and they are plans to include a Soil Conserva question of freight rate and the important contribution to the fooc

Recently, proposals have been

IN A FINE









|
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re: tion Scheme which is very im- question of marketing good cattle, supply. |
Government of Dominica at the hoping that it vee ets submitted for providing credit portant to Dominica, and which is ate matters whic are causing He sald that s‘fae approach to
Fisheries , Conference at Kent a ad aduuntey on a sound foot- facilities for some growers of basic to the success of the colony’s some difficulty and Dominica industrialisation of their products
House, Trinidad, last month, has put the industry on a s bananas, They are also hoping to agriculture. The planting commu- might eventually have to rely on had been made with the estab-
been visiting some of the islands oe ninica is a fairly divérsified institute banana competitions nity is responding quite well to the goat industry for her milk lishment of a canning factory by a =
fn the Caribbean studying the tity rae om fitior to limes, they Which should stimulate interest in their efforts. supply. private foreign company and |
livestock conditions, haves Ga a a Sa hicelii ia ‘cocoa the industry. Government also has plans for There is, however, the possi- Dominica is one of the few places |
: ’ Pea litte cd nk dectina. Senin of the cocone “Had it not keen for the diffi- livestock development and that bility of bringing in Semen by air in the West Indies which export-
He said that minica, 28a ls ati ; are about the best culty of transport and communi- why he has been visiting the from the Sahiwal strains in Trin- ed canned bananas—a very excel-
oe rugied cours Ceaaer te Taide West Indica ce for ap ields cations.” Mr. Cooper said, “Dom- islands On _a purchasing mission idad to improve their cattle in- lent product.
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PAGE TEN

Jamaica Newsletter

Attrtal
Survey Of J’ca
Arranged

KINGSTON Jamaica, April 7.

Messrs, Av D. Little, Inc., United
States firm of industrial consul-
tants have. etteréd into a 10-
month contract with the Jamaica
Government . to undertake an
industrial survey of the island's
potentialities.

Members of the firm, including
Mr. A. G. Haldane, formerly
attached to the Department of
Commerce in the United States,
are at present in the island earry-
ing Out the initial stages of the
survey

This is*the second big industrial
plamning project undertaken by
the’ Government in the past
month. e* International
for Recohstriction and Develop-
ment already has a five-man
mission in Jamaica mapping plans
for indus development.

In the~ ntime Government
has estéiilfshed an Industrial
Development Corporation to be
financed -from island revenue.
under the .chairmanship of Mr
Neville Ashenheim, solicitor and
company aipertor.

* . ~

export price of sugar
this year,

Althougi the export price hasr
been increased, the Jamaica Ex-
ecutive Council has decided or
representations from the Suga
Manufacturer’s Association tha
deductions for the priee stabilisa~}
tion fund, the capital - rehabilita-
tion. fund and the sugar workers
welfare fund should not be in-
creased over the 1952 level.

ars * *

At present in Jamaica on a
location” Survey i$ a four-man
teaWF seht here by. Paramount
pictures, Inc. ;

The team is interested a}
“South Sea” location.

Paramount Pictures,

in

it is re-

ported, plans to spend approx-¢

imately two million dollars ing

Jamaica this year for the filming)

of a number of motion pictures.
a * *

Mr. Allan F, Rae, West Indies
Test, Cricketer, who returned to
the -jsland recently after
of Australia and New Zealand.’
was_admitted last week to prac-
tice as a barrister-at-law in the
Supreme Court.

Mfr. Rae was called to the Bar
at the Inns of Court, London, on
Nevember 27, last year,

* * .

Dissatisfaction has been ex-
pressed locally over the appoint-
ment of Mr, John McLagan,
O.BE., to be Collector General
of Jamaica, Local opinion has
favoured Jamaica-born Mr. Hugh
V. Lewis. Deputy Collector Gen<«
eral, who has acted in the higher
post on several Occasions.





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colonial territories and on his re-
tirement from the Colonial Service
was -appointed Inspector General
of Customs and Excise in iraq. He
was. subsequently Chairman of
the CustOms Union Commission of
the British West Indies, and his
present appointment is said to be
connected with the institution of
a Customs Union in these terri-
tories at pn early date,

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THE LIVES OF HARRY LIME | Lt Ar gil a





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THE GOLDEN FLEECE _ SOCIALLY

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@ queer story, no matier how you

Jook at it. It begins with a bull- m

fight and onto with a naval en- | A SHIP OF GOLD | I Meet General Wei
ement Yhitia, Sea. | . y

There's a unseen 0: it of ek | | Then she said: “I’m taking you|

Have you ever known a girl with | Ale ay Ve oo - ne

? Stick around. A
velow eves? & 3 . name, It’s General Weil. He was
it all started in a little Spanish governor of one of the largest |

seaport, and like every town in | southern provinces.

Spain there's a bull-ring. “The general is planning to re- |
don’t know how you fee trieve the lost provinces. Lue!

about bull-fights but if it is Sun-

‘ily,
he is a rieh man. He had many |
day in Spain it’s a little hard t
stay away from them.

investments in Tangier. It was my
A bull-fight in Spain is like an

mission to bring him some of his |
opera in Italy. It’s the only thing

ing

* “My name is Harry

Lime ” The man

who said that lived—and

and died—in the half-world
Vienna.

wealth, which will be needed in
the coming war, I think you have |







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in the country that start: time. Harry Lime lived on the guessed what happened to the |
I'q been cording oor ay peal rin until the day he stop- Baron von Koen a j
fish and beer, so I only got there pe ose » Oat weet I said: a think the Baron had |
f second faena. * a wife a s wife |
"paldathve “ane in the ring. Harry Lime had lived man bumped him off.”
I’ve never been one of his fans. lives, each packed with ad- “He was a gréedy man. I had)
Too much ballet dancing for me venture, reason to suspect that he planned ,
and : a bi ee ti to take part of the gold for him- |
But we won't go into that, Sol: New they esa be told, | self.’
. - Barbados vocate “ ”
datito is dedicating the bull. He sseeme them amhahrens ‘Ses Harty. Gold, bars bought
i Gas wae ie fo the in this new series. Today’s | in Tangier. That’s why I —_
; story is “The Golden Fleece.” | tell you earlier, It wow ave
For the first time I glanced at ~ been too much of a temptation.

her—and the glance freezes into
a stare. She has very dark red
hair, very pale ivory skin and
very bright yellow eyes. I mean
really yellow. Like a cat’s, This
kid could stop traffic on the In-
dianapolis speedway.

The Kill But I Was Jealous

THE bull-fighter turns, tosses
hig hat to her in the classical
gesture over the shoulder, «and
moves out into the sunlight to-
wards the bull. But as far as I’m
concerned, the bull-fight is over.
For the lady spoke to me.

“It is very pleasant to feel
your eyes upon me, Senor,” she
Baid. “I adore being stared at.
But just now, don’t you think it’s
@ bit disrespectful to our friend
Soldatito?”

T said: “He's no friend of mine.
And if he’s a good friend of yous,
Senorita, permit me to inforn
you that he is my enemy.”

“That was a graceful speech,
Senor. 1 ,adore it when men fight

7

over .

“Senorita, fighting over you
would be a pleasure. When do I
begin? How about now? Whom
shall I take on—the man or the
Lull?”

The crowd was yelling, and
said: “I think you need not
ther about the bull. Look!
t was a _ beautiful — kill,!
Wasn't it? The bull kneeled like a
Penitent at his feet. The beast
seemed to be asking the torero’s
pardon.’

“It should have been the other
Way round,” I growled,

“Ah, you are alreuly jealous.
I adore that, Mr..... What is
your name?”

“Lime. Harry Lime.”

“J will call you Harry. Teil
me, Harry, what are you doing
in Algeciras?”

I grinned. “Oh *. . export,
‘ rt... but I dabble in lots
of’things....”

“What a pity!
myself to hope you were a Sailor,
T am here with my yacht, Per-
haps you have seen it in the
harbour. A big three-master with
a black hull. We have lost our
captain. It happened quite sud-
denly ...I am very sorry you
aren’t a ship’s captain.”

I said: “Would you believe it,
I was a ship’s captain, but my
master’s papers are in Barcelona.
Tll have somebody bring ‘em
down by train tonight.”

I needed that job too much,
and of course she knew it. That
season I was a little frayed about
the seams, I "phoned a friend, a
forger up in Barcelona, and made
artangements to cook up some
papers and rush them down to
the coast. Then TI changed into
my. best shirt—the other one-
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ifter the bull-fight.
She was there, all right—-with

Soldatito. I gate-crashed. the
party, every inch the brash
American. Ag ] had hoped, the

bull-fighter didn’t like it. He said:
vou are a shabby American
pig, and I spit at you”!
KNOCKOUT
And I Land a Job

I BROUGHT my right up, fast.
It connected solidly, and Solda-
tito did a back-flip among the
tables and crockery, Then he lay
still.

I said: “Does he look penitent?
Does he look as if he were asking
my pardon? Now suppose you
give me your name?”

She put her arm into mine and
moved away from the wrecked
table. “I am the Baroness von
Koenigwald,” she said. “But you
will call me Nadya.” .

The next morning I had the
forged papers and the captain’s
job safely in my pocket.

Nadya told me we were going
to Hong Kong. Luckily. I'd
thought to bring along a little
help, The help’s name was (of aii
things) Sidney Carton. He was an
unemployed smuggler, and I
figured he was crooked enough
so I could trust him.

But he was a real sailor and
he covered up for me, doing all
the real work while I welked
around in my blue jacket, with
the gold buttons trying to look
jmportant. Naturally Sidney
wasn’t doing this for love, but
since I didn't have any money
I found it necessary to kid him
that we were carrying contra-
band and that he’d get his share
in the profits.

And as it turned out, the con I
was handling out to persuade
him not to jump ship in Panama
was getting a look like con every
day. Something about thig trip
was fishier than all the fish in
the sea, I didn’t know what,
but I was keeping my eyes open,
Then one night, quite late, be-
eause the Moon was down, Sidney
came to Me as I was finishing a
cigorette up deck,

bade . I found it he
‘whispered urgently. “The con-
traband. Under the floor-boards.
I know what we're carrying now,
‘Arry, and itd knock your eyes
out Amazing! That’s what it is,
amazing!

“O.K., old man, O.K.,” I said.
“Spill it.”

It’s A Bomb! Treasure Ship’s

Secret
“Maybe I ought to begin with
the explosives. Very powerful
they are, “Arry. Enough to blow
the ship to China. But that’s not
the contraband . . . Let me ask

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you this,” Arry. Did you ever no-
tice that glass box in the chart
’ouse with the sign over it that
says ‘Emergency Only’?”

I gripped his wrist. “Hold it a
minute!”

“What's wrong?”

“I thought I heard something
oo i

“—-and also I found out about
the captain, 'Arry. 'E was a naval

officer for ’Itler, Oh, a very “igh
and mighty mucky-muck in ie
Nazi Navy. ‘Is name was von
Koenigwald.”

That shook me. “Von Koenig-
wald” I repeated. But that’s
Nayda’s—”

“Right, ’Arry. "E was ’er “us-
band! This is a rum go, if I ever
seen one. Now you take the ex-
plosives. They’re all wired up
and set to go. This isn’t a ship.
It’s a bomb! And as for what
we're smuggling—”

I checked him again: “Shut up!
There is somebody listening”

I moved across the deck to-
wards the deep shadow of the
chart house, Somebody was stand-
ing there. It was Nadya.

She said invitingly: “It’s too
hot to sleep. Keep me company,
Harry. I’m lonely.”

Mate Vanishes But We

Made It

Next morning I was awakened
by a thunder of knocking on my
cabin door. I yelled: “Come in!”

Matthews, the second officer,
entered, He said: “I want to talk
to you, sir, Mr, Carton is gone.
We've searched everywhere, very
thoroughly, but there’s no doubt
at all. Mr. Carton is not on this
ship!”

I still don’t know how we made
it into port. The trick was to
keep the second mate guess-
ing that I couldn’t tell
from a bosun’s whistle,

Luckily, a little boat came out
to meet us with the harbour pilot.
But it’s a long haul fréin Panama
City to Hong Kong, and much as
as I liked Na 6-c o m-

The ship is lined with gold. Half
a million dollars’ worth.”
You know thosé Chinese ships
that look like some kind of cross
between a Spanish galleon and a!
floating chop-suey store?~ Well, |
pretty soon we came up to the |
biggest and gaudiest on the river. |
We were helped on board with a}
lot of Oriental fanfare and I gath- |
ered that in a minute we were fo- }
ing to be presented to His Nibs, |
the war-lord himself. |

I was right. There was another |
outburst of Chinese music, and |
then he strode in—a burly, broad- |
shouldered, handsome man in the |
early sixties, as nearly as you can
tell the age of any Oriental. He |
wore a well-cut lounge suit and aj
Panama hat, |

He greeted Nadya in Chinese |
and she replied in the same tan-
guage. Then, in English, she said:
“This is General Wei—Mr. Harry
Lime. Harry, may I present my |
father?” |

I know you've heard. about
sharks’ fins and birds’ nest soup,
but I'll bet you never kfew a
Chinese banquet can last seven |
and a half hours. Well, this one |
did—with eating all the way. |

Along about the fortieth course
the general asked ‘May I offer you
some more rice wine, Captain!
Lime?” |

“I’m afraid I’ve had too much |
already, general. Tell me, I know |
this may sound a little rude, but I |
can’t help wondering—is Nadya |
really your daughter?” |

“She is my only child. Nadya's
mother was a White Russian |
refugee. I met her in Cheefoo and |
made the mistake of marrying her. |
Nadya, however, is no mistake. |
She is my very precious jewel, Mr. |
Lime. I thank you for taking such |
good care of her.”

There was a sudden disturbance
and then Nadya cried: ‘Father!
Father! The boat—our boat with
all the gold in it—it has vanished!”

She wasn’t kidding. we
were in there, stung Ot tee
some had made with the

yacht. ord came to us it Was
going downstream towards the
open sea.

"The general shouted orders, and
in a matter of minutes we Were
all in the speedboat again and the

pany I think I would have auit bow wave was drenching Us as we
the job if ; hadn't managed to tore after the yacht. soon As
make a good deal with young we got within hailing distance, the
Matthews. weneral yelled: “ there,
Golden Fleece! Come about and
I showed him some papers I prepare to receive us on or
carried proving I ra a secret we open fire!”
ative from the F.B.I. and ex- There was a pregnant silence.
Geret that Be ee gever up Thén our two m e-guns
me the ‘arton had been opénéd up, to be

5
doing before. By the time we
out of the Canal on the Pacific
end, I had everything pretty much
under control,

It was late in March when we
sighted Hong Kong. A speedboat
came roaring out to meet us. Nadya
and I rode in it upriver for a good
half-hour before she took it into





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FIED ADS PUHLIC SALES LOST & FOUND Go ER N G NOTICES
® Gtinttaanetiinalatdnsinticeead - ATTENTION is drawn to the Control of Prices (Defence) (Amend- } — Ss
ich will be published in the Official) USTRALIA The M.V. “CACIQUE Del §
TELEPHONE 2508 REAL ESTATE LOST ment ) neo ai oe a ee » | ee, Soren alan, aw ARISE will accept Cargo ana 3
i Gazette of Thursda. " *s : ; @LAN.Z. LINED Passengers Lucia, Grenada.
2 : * |__| _ HUB CAP: One Dodge Car Hub cap. 2. Under this Order the maximum wholesale and retail selling gnd Aruba, and Passengers only 3
= : 7 . | Rewa s . SS. “TEKOA" 1 scheduled . ; turday \
BIRTH FOR SALE BUNGALOW *— A handsome, newly sce Ld Coleridge "Serect, 5 Canned” are as follows: — . Pm. ed Cais ba stitsciieeiaes nnn | built bungalow with all modern conve. : 11.4.522n | pices of “Herrings dietician ‘March ‘Bris. The M.V. “DAERWOOD" will ¥
. ODING — On 15th Mareh, UTO) niences, standing on about 7 squar 2 — March - :
= - Succctenery. to Myra _ (née A MO ies }feet of iand at The Lodge, with a wonder- WHOLESALE PRICE mapas: = seers an 2nd and ‘Barbados St. Lueta, Grenada, Aruba, and x
Ghecks). wife of Winston 1. Weed- | ~~~ aa pileage 16,000. Owner |fup view ov er the wrest cone, aati PUBLIC NOTICES ARTICLE (mot more than) (not more April 25th. . Fassongues only for St. Vincent, %
¥ irl, £ Hedy. Oe eas Also three fine sir © buildin; or In addition general cargo this ves- i Wednesday 6th inst 8
ing, a girl, for 13.4.582—1n. | driven, in first class condition ae adjoining. Appsy to CECH. MILES. : sel has ample space for chilled and hard The M.V. “"MONEKA” will ac-
ee — | Dial 2518 or 4367 13.4.52—12n HERRINGS—Canned $19.20 r case of | frozen cargo. Ss cept Cargo and Passengers for
Me GARTNEY — On April Sith, 1863. CAR—Ford Anglia in perfect condition. | ~ NOTICE 48 x lb. tins or ; Dominica, Antigua, Montserrat, %
oie er eis nas Cortney of. Crass | apoty BN. Rosth, Cuffs Plantation, | HOUSES—Two Chattel Houses one (3) PARISH OF ST. JOHN $4.92 per doz. tins .. | 44c. per tin ene” ar aeek, co aren Bae ett Nevis and St. Kitts, Sailing Priday
wife of Cecil Mc e . om, 91-12. ee te ane ae ees ¥ both’ days ‘ ch * windwara Ni (
Meneame: Feneres, Ble t A ee | Sh Ley. oe. SNe 26.00 | Alleyne, "gond wergain, oct quickly [tnditalter the oice el the Patechiat $18.24 per case of Erie, Cates, Renae sank The MV. “CARIBBEE” will
DIED |“Ganome U) Marte 8 Car, Good J” oe Dar#ain, act austin. |Sreasure will be opened on Saturdays 48 x 154 oz. tins or "Par id iltaadhcns ak, Dominten, Antigua, Metirensor
CAR—One iI) jorris . a Y : - or _ + ‘Trat,
a | condition. ABOUt 30,000 miles. $700.00. | om Ry S. FRAZER, $4.68 per doz. tins.. |42c. , » FURNESS WITRY o Nevis and St. Kitts; Sailing ¢
CONNELL — On April 12th. 1952, at the | Phone 2031. 8.4.52—Sn me CHANCERY SALE ie Parochial Treasurer. Tiebae co., LTD., Monday 28th inst.
Hospital, (ate engine | ~ ——_——— t Registrar's Office, » St. John. a case 0

= of the Government Water! “\rorRIS PICKUP- Presently in use at/ ings, on Friday, 18th April, at 1.45 DM. | 1) 4. 62—an “ae Pt tins or | and ASSOCIATION (INC)

Boat), Garfield Connell, His funeral] 9) ocy Garage — License No. M--1194 | Dweillinghouse called “AVEDON” stand * | DACOSTA @ Constgnee Tele. 404

leaves his late residence, ee Dial 4616 — Courtesy Garage an |i, 07,1 Food of land at Upper cour. “BARBADOS Cl CIVIL SERVICE $3.01 per doz. tins .. | 27c. . » co., 22. - 4087

8 ee 1: 6.05-"6 [aeene Beek 00. See Be = i POSSSSSS99696555465:

S'S oo casts for the ae a een pae hove ectrapes. to ie eine ees ASSOCIATION $10.00 per case of Lio) Pac La apy ee rn el ele enanetme nome eee ee

» Cet y. Friends are asked | ~~~ t Van in good | Electricity and Governmen' = DIVISION IL. .
1a atend Connell widow), Mre (shaper, ew ter pew Dattery. “A [ataled “inpeeuon “on applcaion to omnes ip PREMO™ he ne ' $2.39 perdon tins 28» » __| Canadian Nat} i
ll (widow), Pe. ; one . Dial 0163. | Yearwoo joyce, 5 I of the B.C.S.A. M ‘ <% de) ES t
ane Gonmell mother), Mr. \gd-|Dargain. Reasonably Priced. “Dial, 016. | Year SRAM EES ad es tee ot a aa es Deere eee eran ational Steamships
7 rousin), Mrs. ne am 4%.
oe eins) ake Ester “FOR SALE ON BXCHANGE LAND—£,640 square feet of oa a Va Poveday, the IKK of 9th April, 1952. vt ah cnt ee lien Rimaininttaie denidesn i-
oo. ~Â¥ a Ford or | Sobers Lane, Bridgetown, adjoinin " ti f =0-
ape te Awan Vane aiteoanee ‘will be consid. | Jands belonging to the estate of T A. ” ean gets Divine Mr RY. j invited for appointment to the post of Clerk— SOUTHBOUND Satis } :
aa _————— | ered on either side. Also a number of | Herbert, (deceased). Parris, Applications are Mo. Sate Sans Arrives Salls
THANKS | Ford Parts .oo0 numerous for listing. | The above will be set up for sale a (ii) Any other bulsiness. Peasants’ Loan Bank. ' LAD’ ntreal Halifax Boston B’dos B'dos
Le eee ee ene Ta tain | aay of Ape) eo 0 eta. an ane Cleat ?. 1. Conte, 2. Candidates (males) must be in possession of a School Cei-| -ADY Roma ahem ae a gt AOE Bam ts Ap:
— ed 3 u . §2—2n | day c _a . é e 5 : i ne 2 oe a 4
ALBYNEA We, the undersigned, desire | ch. Ch 4 |the undersimed, Lucas Street, Bridge-|__ 0 Mon. Secretary. | sate or @ certificate of equivalent standard. that of the | CANADIAN CRUISER | dee | ae a Apr. 38 "A:
TOU tases who suenced ers a RBADOS MUTUAL LIFE { this post will be similar to that of the TAN CONSTRUCTOR., 9 12 May — 31 Ma ay
those who attended the funeral, FURNITURE CARRINGTON & seALy, |THE BA 3. The salary scale of this post w 7 i LADY agalad ; May 23 May
to bar cnoet cards or in any way{ 0 Pa Ddiaciacesnnk | 2.4.52-én. ASSURANCE SOCIETY. long grade in the Local Civil Establishment, with a commencing) CANApIAN CH ALLENGER ”° 2a _ Pn 2 May 2a ane
exymessed sympathy with us nthe | WARDROBE nN aa take | ae a ARY GENERAL MEETING | Salary of $768.00 per annum. LADY Ane Cuuiten °° *t. gBaeme «WS Sens 46 Jane as aie eee
aS . w 1our “ ’ RDIN.
death of “Albie. frst, offer over $88.00. Phone €560. |, LE TOUQUET: roc S heaped kt WORM le Leche atves tat te enb 4. This post is of a temporary nature, non-pensionable, and sub-| CANADIAN CRuisER ~ ire tune ae 2 hip. 9 ne
ee wnt Venti, first offe: 13.4.52—2n. aie wavees device light and tele- | Hundred and Eleventh Yearly (rdinary ject to termination with one month’s notice on either side. LADY RODNEY @: ee 11 July oa 16 faty be ne 13 July
13.4.82—in, |Phone. A nice property standing on|General Meeting of the above-named . in with testimonials, will be received Terese we SUlY
i ere POULTRY | about 2 acres of land in one of the most | Society will be held at the Society's 5. Applications in writing, k, Pinfold Street, St. Michael .
BRAITHWAITE We beg to reture a ie anasto —— | attractive and popular parts of the coast. Omceg Bpryith, Place, Sutenayn, om | by the Manager, Peasants’ Loan Bank, Pinfo , 64.59 Sn, NORTHBOUND Arrives Sails Asrives Arrives Arrives Attives
emroainsere who” sent wr wreaths, | RGHORNS — Pullg apd, Cogkeze| "Phe shove will be ot the undersigned |for the purpose of" °° P#™ Lan to the 16th April, 1982. ee Be Ape, Benpe. shatay, Jem Halifax atone
letiers, cables and other a also —— +6 one each oR ‘sa-in Pm Friday, 2nd May, 1952, at 2 p.m. (1) Receiving from the Directors their M0 ae 12 Mes 22 May, er _ on = miey
syinpathy at the death of our fath:; | Cotton Fa Applications for permission to view Report on the transactions of the PART ONE ORDERS 24 May 29 May —, Game Situs nse.
mopeser. Beaihyaite, ae! LIVESTOCK | should be made to Mr. F. D. G, Simp- eee year ended 3ist = ' ; ‘ !

o le 5 Rt * son, “Woodland”, St. Ge e. Tel. 95214. Dece' . ne 2 8 June — se
Rev. Bindley Braithwaite, | Kath- : ‘CARRINGTON & SEALY, (2) Electing Directors and an Auditor Lieut.-Cot. J, CONNELL, 0.B.E., ED, Z ~~ a7 June 97 June we 7Une z June M1 June
con, Brarcnwaite, Seem. Hie HORSE: One Dark Brown Gelding Lucas Street. for the current year. ; Commanding ' ; unq 2 July
pet Aeere out of O-T.C. Apply: Constant Plan- 13.4,52—6n, woe oe Sees eee 11 Apr. 6 23 June 28 June - $ July 8 July at July

asmenes ed Ks Bigeoretary. | Ste NO. 38. ———| CON aia oa 8 we sun we uy
: In Ree reet, Bridge- . = = uly; Z
IN MEMORIAM PUPPIES: Fetianse Dachshund Pup-| town, consisting of 2,885 square feet of — Place. 1. PB bi. iG « Sieh, 2G. alin edie Servet 100 Ae CANADIAN dah ead \ — 2 Aug.
8 : 8508. \ togeth elling ridgetown, parade a : ee INSTRUCTOR . ~w
ALLEYNE — In constant a. tate : 11.4.52—3n a “paltrigs ‘ane “out cllboas ‘Tareas 6th April 1952. fete iE. Coy.—will do riot drill. “A” Coy .—Interlor ae LADY RODMEY .; 7 Aug, 9 Aug. 18 Aug. . “| = an zs ous

ce ain aes cond So ae al pe Dropetty. ot thie rete! oan < i Aecind mies Srend oll aeucies of cletaing ond euuimant wo mie pana.) “i

urton, deceased. ie al ¢ 2 ‘

Raster Day, a, sk maine MECHANICAL be set up for sale by public competition WANTED “BY Coy.Tent Pitching--Demonstration by R.S.M. (1). ‘

mes BAND-—PRACTICES further particulars, apply
Gia loved one think “ot han to-day ot clake comilitten ee, cel, tiles inh April 1902, at T 2 = ‘Far Ga ie Seed Band practices will be held on Wed. 16 and Thurs. 17 Apr. 52 to~
those who thin first class co ion. rs. Has . ? . = SIGNALS—COURSE R
And these who\loved her Dest. | phone 3811. 13.4.82—In. | Hon apply: So mies. For Sires All N.C.0% of the Signal Pistoon will attend the signal N.C,0's course on GARDINER AUSTIN & co., LTD.—Agents.
orie augh ; —L ED le ours.
Rudder family. MACHINE—One Jones Sewing Machine HUTCHINSON & BANFIELD ACCOUNTANT required to take full|, Wednesday 16th April, 1992, a
13.4.52—In.} in perfect condition; 1 year old only oe tors. |charge; preferably with experience of | 2° The Annual Camp will be held at Walker's, St. Andrew from Friday 13 to SSS none adie ‘ -
Owner leaving colony. Dial 3278. .3.52—6n | Machine Accoumting. Salary sub: te Sunday 22 June 52. All ranks who are able to attesd and have not yet PISSSSSSSSSSS: 6°
BRYAN—In loving memory of my be- 13.4.52—1n. HAROLD : ability and qualifications. Applications handed in their names should inform the R.S.M. as soon as possible. POLICE BOYS CLUB DANCE } »
loved husband Joseph Benjamin Bryan} sw ROEBUCK stmeer CAF — |in writing only to C.'S. 3. SPORTS MEETING ditalliagd TO
witp was called to rest on Apel 19th MISCELLANEOUS At 2 p.m., Friday, 18th April oo, 40. The Regimental Sports Meeting will’ be held on the Savannah on Saturday TRE FOUR ROADS noys’
1951. This very, comfortable Dwelling house| " sOnae>EnnoDnr Rea 31 52. 7 CLUB COMMIVTER
J
A dear face is missing: ANTIQUES — of every descri situated in a well established Tevideout er RY cae ae 4. ORDERLY OFFICER AND ORDERLY SERJEANT FOR WEEK ENDING ‘avin Yen. wo Gaee gies

& dear voice Is sti Glass, China, old Jewels, fine area and yet within walking distance | ™¢¢ ; : Bouse’. 21 APR. 52. ,

Jott reece Ste, ont Ute dames, | ES eee oe, eee Eee Se | Bet, comprises Drawing nc | Constant, St. George. 10.4,89—an Orderly Officer Lieut T. A. Gittens DANCE REAL EST. T

You'll live forever in our 5 “a Antique Shop |Dining rooms, three large and one saa) | —————————————————— Orderly Serjeant 234, Sit. Williams, E

» Bryan’s family. 13.4.52—1in. | taphs etc., Gorringes Antiqu Pp , : Next for aut at
The Bey sdjoining oyal Yacht Chub. n, (prarooms, breakfast | room, | pantry, MISCELLANEOUS Orderly Officer Lieut. B. R. Goddard |) KING GEORGE PARK HALL. AGENTS
PRAYTON — In loving memory of ee (room; with a double servants room in] BUNGALOW—To rent or leame a feo Orderly Serjeant 278, Sjt. Williams, S. D St. ip
TE Ac tah, Lawer Calton” se. | BICYCLD TYRES € TUBES: Famovs|Yard, stands on Ss1o square et Co nae or three bedroom stone A
12th April 1951, Lower Carlton, St lop Bicycle Tyres and Tubes on Sale | Inspection on application at the prem-| infurnished, preferably Navy Gardens, M. L. D. SKEWES-COX, Major, FRIDAY NIGHT, 18TH APRIL, FOR Ss. E
James. at new Store Also repair Kits, |'ses any day between 11 to 5 except Garrison, or Belleville Reply A.B.C. S.0.L.F. & Adjutant, 1952 AL
“But in our hearts you linger , Saturdays and Sundays. 4 . ; nd The Barbados Regiment Police Band under Cpt. Raison
a etc. K. R, Hunte & Co,, Lid, Lower y C/o Advocate. 10.4.59—In. M.B.E., A.R.C.M
still, Broad Street 11.4.52—tn | For further particulars and conditions PART Tl ORDERS O.E., A.R.C.M.,
rs. Ririnenora Drayton (wife) Williston ; aa of sale, Apply:— ARD! IN Rus-in- THE BARBADOS REGIMENT SERIAL NO. 14 will supphy Music
ton (son) Curacao. Mrs, Iriene 7. Saeed. Maines POR RENG and LOOGING SIS, |, wopesicn ai tired ce aap ibs aa St te ADMISSION by Ticket 2/6 ceiea
Drayton | (daughter-in-law) Mrs. Tone | ,HOATS “Two Sal Morrie’ Austital HUTCHINSON & BANFIELD, on Coe Wha ld tunches|!. LEAVE—PRIVILEGE Retresiments on Sale A. very atimctve ‘Brone io
Adams (Step daughter.) Marine Waging. and’ compbere equisaaaalt James Street. dtak Abi tn” tecson Telephone | Major A. S. Warren, E.D., 0.C., Cadets Granted 1 week P/Leave wet 10 commanding an excellent view to
39,6. 00—19-'101,608,00. Ala. Seibernations! , aeenacs 5.4.03—On. | ds54. 11.4.59—2n er a tO ee SOUSSOS the sea. Comprised of three bed-
li built with good Racing Record ha Pee ne ne . : . % 1% rooms, dining and living rooms, 4,
HUNTE—tn loving memory of Helena | We : > two t ‘
Hunte who passed away on the 15eh | 40.00. Apply: Secretary, Yacht Club, AUCTION om Teen tet et ss, 'e. @. Setatiin “A” Cay. Granted 2 weeks P/Leave wet 10-DAY'S NEWS FLASH 313 i= Ee
April, 1951, “JUST RECEIVED Onn cree awe |_ By instructions of the Insurance Coy.,|or Companion to a Lady with travelling a> Ape, SS. with Sexmnienion + - ® Gomprise of Servants Room, laun. %$
Ding Huts (husband), Rawle, Shefle, | “Sr ee Stove parts. /T will sell at Kekstein’s Garage, Bay | approve family. Write B. ¢/o Advocate. , leave the Island. gry, and very nice dog kennels. >
Allegre {mothers TiS" Sctn, | neluding — Chimera, Spreedere, Grid |atees, on writes tame saTaet,, Bay 11,4,52—2n | LEAVE~VACATION “REEDS FOR CLARINETTES Inspection by appointment only. ¥
Alleyne (mother). 19.4,52—tn. Top ng Wicks, tad ‘Anelan A * PE . . ese Pte. . J. W. Bn. H.Q. Granted 2 weeks Vacation leave REEDS 5 EAvoomanes $
Plates, ‘Ovens. Sedan Car accident. . $2. AND ONE WEET FIELD
ROACH In loving memore of cur dear { Pressure Stove parts. Enquire Auto Tyre R. ARCHER McKENZIE, weet Ape
ROACH—In loving memory of our dear Street 2. PR ie e How i-
hefoved Alfred. who departed this life ee © 20.8.52—t.f.n, aay ar PERSONAL fe Ol bavee, oO. H.Q. Coy. Promoted Serjeant wet 10 Apr. note BE Copies Oe ie mately 2% acres "of lawn and
on April 14, 1948. ; a ya e anid Sz. about 100 yards from ‘Gibbs
tenia dccemeaiiniaded a> | Soamrdieasocncdninin dees :

aed Nee tore” ie cor heer |, TAUMGIE: M1 foot imparted Misi] Tt have Doon instructed by Miss MAY | —aca-ccsacsscninste ML. D way te Ry a Of the King's Funeral for Sade ch. The § use is a two storey

Phe Roach rily 13.4 Sim LD yatta ae ABDIN: | ng, tse a her “hung a "Orange | The pus are barcby Warned egtaat Tie Marhadon Kewiment. |%¥ Cotournd.and clear Plastic By | stares’ wlurecestA erin
: ana ott or Dia 5 ve n¢ 2 . 4 . e
WaineEe ina aaa a oe ; 11.4.52—2n | Thursday next 17th April ber hoyseho'd | (nee IFILL) ast do not hold. myself Wise kee a Rot and. cdld water 1a ne
phena ng. who tell asleep in Of.—The world's nest motor ot |Table, I Munog, Rocker’? Makea, Chee, [eeernante for ner oF, anyone ov The Board of Trade announce that agreement has now been all at Semis “tnin Tom.” The whole
J ch the petite Bo of griet, | Veedol, at all leading Garages and Service | Cedar Press, Mahog. Bedstead, Mahog. | unless by a Mahia re. signed by me. | reached with the Italian authorities on the terms of settlement of pre- JOHNSON’S STATIONERY aeay re a ethos _ oe oe.
in our hearts she still lingers,” be fae were gh. one worctot Shaner Sines sone beeen hig "Chattell, war and war-time debts due from Italy and Trieste which were ex~ Gownstaire “une page
Mother, Sister, Stee 4.52—1n. | travel”. 17.2.82—t.f.n. | Terms cash ih is re. pressed in lire, and fall within the terms of the Anglo-Italian Financial spare rooms, Kitchen, and show.
Office equipment of all kinds—Stee! iene! Auctioncer, | eee ene | Agreement No. III of April lith, 1947. Debts of this kind which have | 266$6666966999999999999% ment only. pection by appoint.
SSS Safes, Skandex Visible’ Records, Por- 13-4.52—mn. | The public are hereby warned against | been registered or recorded with the Administration of Enemy Property ;

table and Standard Typewriters, Addin | —xeeemsnmenceneeentee enue neem giving credit to wife, CLARICE ‘ - : BUNGALOW
and Caleulating Machines, Duplicating ARNESTA CUMBERBATCH (nee HINDS) | Department, the Ministero del Tesoro, Rome, or the Ufficio Italiano THE Bl G EVENT Very attractively designed. cam-
MALVERN ACADE Machines. BRADSHAW & COMPANY UNDER THE SILVER ae a ee Wiss coneiettng’” for | dei Cambi, Rome, are regarded (subject to their eligibility in other prising of 3 hedroome with tottats

. : any ni attached,
“EDENVILLE” 2.3.52—t.t.n HAMMER debt or debts in my name unless by a] Téspects) as qualifying for transfer, provided that the debtors have fvlte woewr, Chr « tining and
ey written order signed by me. deposited or will deposit the appropriate amounts in lire with the the west and a nice patio to the
, RECORDS—Clearing our stock of MGM On TUESDAY 15th by order of Mrs. CHARLES M. CUMBERBATCH, ; . Y% east. Standing on approximately
Cheapside — Fontabelle Han 1 1 ded th
Records. Three for Two Dollags, your}. R. West we will self the Restaurant Holetown, Ita authorities. Details of claims not already recorded with any % {2 acre of land situate at Graeme
ire o, Anproves br the choice. A, BARNES & Pee tn, | Eurniture of the Victoria Club, comprising * James . | of these authorities (except for claims in respect of Italian State Loans Hall Terrace.
a a file Tables harden, Faults in Pine, ‘Tres- “Sa | and State-guaranteed loans) should be sent to the Custodian of Enemy ||} THE LOYAL BROTHERS compXE¥, BUNGALOW

NEXT wi in oO Service; Py y Gl ; ‘omprising three bedrooms,

Tuesday 2th April at 9.30 a.m. FOR RENT Cant. tee Pete, aprons hee eee Property, Public Buildings, as soon as possible. 3 OF THE STARS dining and living room, kitchen,

New pupils will be interviewed Seales and Weights, Oven, Saucepans, BOLIVIA ASKS Claims in respect of interest on and redemption of Italian State toilet and large tiled bath. Stand:

on Monday 21st April at 10 a.m. Kettles Cake pans; etc. Glass Cases Loans and State-guaranteed loans should also be made to the Cus- Present fost of ead ely, 11.000 square

h . S
F. L, MORRIS, HOUSES eng other items. Sale 12 noon, Terms FOR MEDICAL AID todian of Enemy Property. « oe Waters and approximately 250
Headmaster. : : M. e yards from the famous Rockley
APARTMENT at Ventnor, Rockley. Re- BRANKE The final date for the notification of these claims to Rome is ay 7 Beach. This Bungalow has never
ENTRANCE FEE $1.50 ception and : Binns 30m, te lato R, ae een LA PAZA, Bolivia, April 12. | 1st, 1952, After that date the Italian authorities will be under no arn iva been oceupied. Very reasonable
FPA) dah on two sides, Kitchen, Bath, etc..| 10.4 52—2n, tio A radio dispatch says that] obligation to accept applications. In order that any claims should pars.
ee%,) | Garage and Servants’ Room. Pose. _ Bolivian Radio Stations are ask-

Teach Rome by that date, claimants are requested to submit their
LILLIE MARTINDALE

ee ing for Foreign medical aid for | claims to the Custodian of Property, in uplicate, by the
metuents, ihe pieamure of your }| “AguamG couRT Gumet nouae|UNDER THE IVORY HAMMER [iioundea “and dying. Amateur| 1gth of April ae ee eee 13.4.52—In
c any to her have cool double ea eee ine ann ae eee sorties from ate Radio Operators said that the . 4. ‘
8, i ter. t cou) r two | Insurance Co vill #ell Friday,
D ANCE Seeds. Oppemee Aquatic Clu, ‘Tem | ‘Ape loth at Mere ron Roval Garaue, | VOUNded had occupied all the beds | «Seon ae
On





On Soren ioe 10.000

a imately | square
feet of land situate at Rockley
New Road. Comprising of three
bedrooms, drawing and dining

Â¥,
:
3
dry or workshop.
BUNGALOW |
Partly stone and lath and
S

om June 5th & 7th
at Queen’s Park



















Toom, kitchen, arene Gar-
F > age, servants room th and
pofarily on permanently. Phone 9. a #. Michael's Row, (1) 194-27 Hp {and a the available floor space in toilet, and enough room for laun-
} 1,4,52— argo Truck, in working order. Terms |crowde :
EASTER BANK HOLIDAY the cash, Sale at 2 p.m cP dats > Say Soaks ene moda Select that Wedding Gift from our
14TH APRIL, 1952 BEACH COTTAGE on St. James Coast, . VINCENT GRIFFITH, i o piled up
At perfect bathing, gue. All, ineale and Auctioneer. n the streets. Stock of — BRN HIGH SCHOOL ulanter eommprisiie of © tenrocnn,
iz ouse, Own 3. Meni le
MBiclctown, St James.” | Telephone. Reasonable Terme fo salable ——__-“"* F ELECTROPLATED WARE MOD le
r ” 33 2/- couple. Apply: Beachlands, St, James or S ¥ '
ee teen’! meas 8 ee it's.a2"t't.n [UNDER THE IVORY HAMMER c L one Sones oe. Se eee eas et aa
i arte Laer aeutis CULDUNE—Cattlewash, for May, June By instructions received from the wens ere on Announces its First ya Tea te Roney ——
Leeward wage: Sneed and July, containing 4 bedrooms with| surance Co. I will sell on Friday, are Sodcoehan that i i lic B ae ish ae para Re Mey
Refreshments on Sale running water in each, Fully furnished | April 18th at Messrs, General Motor Bus truth in the ru that eho Cur. Bread & ‘Teter Sts Beach. "Price e320.) “°C*leY
3 including Refrigerator, Dial 8310, Mrs.|Co., Nelson Street, (1) 1946-10 H.P. above Beauty eat vit . Amnua azaar . :
Stuart Bynoe. 13.4.52-—-3n, | Morris Saloon Car. Also (1) Mruck closing Ghee Selon Ww be LLEEEEOCEEOCESEEOSPOOOO OSE ANOOGOBOLOOBESSOESSOSOHOS NEW BUNGALOW
ao Sain ees accident), ‘Terms : OOO e On approximately 18,000 square
FLAT—‘“Fully furnished small upper|¢@sh. Sale at p.m (1 td
flat in Marine Gardens. Available May VINCENT GRIFFITH, ” and Fair fest of lend aes, Romey on
ist. Phone Mrs. Gibson, Marine Hotel". Auctioneer. ARE YOU CONTEMPLATING PAINTING Paine ae eae Set a
f prising three bed! 4
13,.4,52—t.f.n. 13.4,52—4n. et Fee YOUR HOMES rae in aid of the School Library Fund ing and ae am re and
$ bath, large gallery. Very attrac-
a FLAT—One (1) Furnished Flat at Dun- UNDER THE SILVER ead tat tive price.
lee, St. Lawrence, suitable for two only, HAMMER
from May ist onwards. Phone 8240, PARAGON
6.4.52—t.f.n. Thanks ivin Se . If so, we have an excellent range of - - - SATURDAY 1TH APRIL 2-4 p.m. Comprising four bedrooms, din-
ae On THURSDAY 17th by order of Mrs rvice
FARAWAY-—St, Philip coast, 3. bed-|G. Adams we



will sell her Furniti at
rooms. Fully furnished. Lighting Plant. | “Sweet Treld” St. Peter which iohadest The Members of
Watermill supply, Double Car Port, two Sideboard, Serving,

Ornament id
servant rooms. From May Ist. Phone|Coffee Tables; Card Table ‘with wenn

4476 10.4.5%=t.f.n | tips; (old style) Side Table with Giass
sss |Top: Uphols. Chairs all in Mahogany:
HOUSE in Bedford Avenue, Bay Street.|Glass and
8685.
















ing and living room, pantry,
kitchen and a very nice study.

on 7% acres of land.
Situate near Seawell Airport.
Price very reasonable. Inspec-
tion by appointment only.

(The Poltee Band will play by

READY MIXED PAINTS ch Sad a

Fortune - telling, booths, Fancy
MECHANICS
will celebrate their annual



FaRcoenD HANK: i Hades, light’ refreshments, the
Dial 11-4.82-2n | Sweedish “Bet “Ot fabs eee, Set Any advice or information we shall be pleased to give. rides, light | refreshments, the
Crystal (Amber Col) Dinner Service, T SGIVING DAY pi, fortune,, bingo, 1 ue —
’ AUCTION at on eee ataxwrelt ee a oe een de oem eer Silver on Sunday, Apri! 20, 1952 e
aan nae

Electric Amusements to sult all tastes.
Table and Floor Lamps: at the MECHANICS HALL’ }
LIVE & DEADSTOCK fh} nti Yoon Ge, “pu ek nome | ovate Pais Bak” wie’ |] A Roebuck, Street N. B. HOWELL selene
2 mins. Yae ub. e let from ist} ers wi ve: Good O.F. e
& DEA Ss or 12th June to Bist . Well | Chest o Drawers; Wilting cee ee ome Service begins at 3.30 p.m.

furnished bungalow. Drawing, dining, 2| Tables all in Muhogany: Nursery Friends and Members of
double bedrooms, servants room, garage, | Furniture Painte <

at 4a blue; Kindred Lodges are LUMBER & HARDWARE
CLARENDON DAIRY foieeee a cooker, No children. | Spring, Press with treater tae nsene cordially invited

13.4.52—1n. | bined, Bodsid:

REALTORS Limited

ESTATE AGENTS
Al



shelves; Fectri Sable, Fress; Book- Dial 3306 : o, Bay Street
| sheets: Betti har ies ae eee mpm SU ONO Fameke aS SN Geen ar os Mec, Ske iS ean

. Black Rock, St. Michael LEETON-ON-SEA — Maxwell Road, | Cots, “Deck Chaits: Frigiiane ic nev
Mr Saturday, 19th April, Christ Church. Fully furnished, Availa- | working order; Larder, Kitchen Tables rOSSO4 ?
, ‘ . ble for June and from September. | snd utensils; Pressure Cooker; Electric = rn e &
at 2.00 p.m. Phone 8139 or 3450, 13.4,52—8n, Toaster and Kettle; very fine. large es 8
pee ete lectricâ„¢ 5,

We are instructed by Mr. MODERN FURNISHED FLAT—with | ;;, petted: odnatiien ca caer einer

L. N. Hutchinson to sell by Silver and Linen. Good Sea-bathing. | jtems.

ion his selected herd tor erther particulars. Appi to Alma Sale 11.30 o'clock, Terms cash. invites you to her Ay
twenty-five Tuberculin Lashley No. 6 Coral Sands, one : L,
Tested Dairy Cows, six }/ _______*-*fn.) BRANKER, TROTMAN & Co, GRAND PICNIC
Ts,

: “NEWHAVEN — Crane Coast, 4 bed- Auctioneers,
rd ¥.. Moto + bar Fully farntaned, lighting Plant, |

13.4.52—2n, at St. Patrick’s Girls’ School.
jater . three , 3
i Bottles, Scales, Buck- {| Qian room For May and trem Oc SS Ch, Ch,
ets, Pans, & Misc. Dairy tober ist Phone 4476. i on Easter BANK Hourpay
ent. 3 10.4.52—4.f.n, ‘ THE GIRL GUIDE 2 ) %
‘ may be







inspected REMINGTON, Corner of Fontabelle
prior to and morning and Lakes Folly From 15th April. Refreshments on Sale.
Bale.

a '
+ Apply: N. Sealy. Phone 4007 r Music by Mr. C. B, Browne’s } . RY
ben e 9.4,53—2n Orchestra. 81 ~
ed a
SUNSET VIEW— Furnished sea-side will bé t a an | ih RX
’ - AUCTIONEERS | Bungalow, at Rockley. 3 bedrooms and held at the \





























DRILL HALL ;
‘all conveniences. From 12th May. Dial i é : .
tial ha B |2495. 11.4, 5220 SATURDAY 10TH MAY a \ All types including Travelling, Dressing
4 eee Hh SUR, Se, te cam ee ee ORIENTaL ) Table, Office, Wail, Bracket and of course
ye from the Ist May. For further particu ines sissdae bik pla es ; i 5 4
‘ & ce. a 4568. 9.4,52-—3n a tl eee ae patrobane i the inevitable Alarm.
TOP FLOOR—Synagogue Building re- and Lady Savage {
cently occupied by Barbados Electors’ )
lc Association. Phone 2650 11.4.52—4n | There will be, many interesting HEADQUARTERS FOR y O IS BA‘ LE’ F
= == = Household — Gifts - a on ae Ny Li U hs A.ES., F.V.A.
- ya” Ty 7 Plants Cakes iP)
ING KONG STEAM LAUNDRY pee OM INDIA, | CHIN i OF
Literary Row. Cheapside Sweets Ice C ,

he
CHINESE LAUNDRY THE ISLAND
We do Wet and Dry cleaning, Electric Washing, Spin a Waxed

ake mut from Ladi id Gent
Shirts Collars, Stains oa Moderate

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Phone 3909 Phone 4897 i}

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Children & Nurs and Scouts & i Pr. Wm. Hy. St. Dial 3466

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SUNDAY, APRIL 13, 1952



SUNDAY ADVOCATE



Church Services Scout Notes Security For

METHODIST

JAMES STREET—6 a.m Communior
Service, 11 a.m. Rev. K. E. Tomer
B.A. B.D 3 pm. Sunday School
7 p.m. Rev. K. E. Tomers. B.A., B.D
(Communion after beth Morning and
Evening Services)

FAYNES BAY—9.20 am. Mr. J. E
Haynes, 7 p.m. Mer. F Moore

WHITE MALL-—11 a.m. Rev. Sidney
Payne ‘S', 7 pam. Mr. J. A. Griffith

Gi... MEMORIAL-—9.30 a.m Mr
Vv. 3. St. John, 7 pm. Mr. G. M
Marviile

HOLETOWN-8.30 a.m. Rev. K. E
Tomers, B.A., B.D., 7 p.m. «Mr. Darey
Se att

BANK HALL--9.30 a.m. Rev. Sydney
Payne (S', 7 p.m. Mr. Pat Deane

SPEIGHTSTOWN—11 a.m. Mr. Darcy
Scets, 7 p.m Rev. F. Lawrence ‘S)

SELAH—.11 a.m. Rev F. Lawrence
‘s)

BETHESA-—@ 3% am. Rev. FP Law-
penee (S)

EGOLF BAPTIST CHURCH
Tudor Street

Sunday School: 9,30 a.m. Worship
Service: 10.30 a.m. Easter Programme
7.15 p.m. Listen to “Eehoes of Heaven’
on Tuesdays and Thursde’s at 9 p.m

BAPTIST
Faster Day

THE ST. JAMES NATION BAPTIST—
Il a.m Matins and Sermon, 7 p.m
Ever ind Sermon, Preacher at both





services will be the Rev. J. B. Grant
L.Th Minister in Charge, 4:30 p.m
Wednesday: Friday; training for Youths
this will be condueted by the Rev. L
Bruce-Clarke (Assistant Tastor) and

Mrs Browne

SHURCH OF GOD

Olga






RIVER ROAD: 10 a.m. Sunday School
1k am Service, 12.30 p.m Annual
Minister’s Conference, 7.15 p.m. Service,

Rev. L. R. Summers, Minister in Charge
BANK HALL: 10 a.m. Sunday Sehaol,
lt a.m. Service, 7.15 p.m. Service, Rev
M. B. Prettijohn, Minister in Charge
ECKSTEIN: 10 a.m. Sunday School,
11 a.m. Service, 7.15 p.m. Service, Rev.
R. H. Walkes, Minister in Charge
FITTS VILLAGE: 10 a.m. Sunday
Sehool, 11 a.m. Service, 7.15 p.m. Ser-
vice, Rev. C. A. Nurse, Minister in
Charge
COX ROAD 11

».m. Service, 3 p.m

Sunday School, 7.15 p.m. Service, Rev
E. W. Weekes, Minister in Charge
First Church of Christ, Scientist,



CHRISTIAN SCIENCE
First Church of Christ, Scientist,
Bridgetown. Upper Bay Street
Sunday 11 a.m. and 7 p.m
Wednesdays 8 p.m. A Service which
includes Testimonies of Christian Science

Healing
SUNDAY, APMIL 13, 1952 ps
Subject of Lesson Sermon: ARE SIN,
DISEASE, AND DEATH REAL’
Golden Text; Romans 8:2. The law
of the Spirit of life in Christ Jesus hath

made me free from the law of sin and
death

The following Citations are included
in the Lesson-Sermon

The Bible: Out of heaven he made
thee to hear his voice, that he might
instruct thee Deut. 4:36

Science and
Seriptures

Health with Key to the

by Mary Baker Eddy
The Scripture declares, ‘“The Lord He
is God (good); there is none beside Him.’
Even so, harmony ts @niversal,
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Harbour Log

In Carlisle Bay
Gardenia W., Sch
Sch. Mary M, Lewis, Seh
Sch. Rainbow M., Sch. D'Ortac, Sch
Resarene, .M.V >. & Radar, Seh.
Marea Henrietta, Sch. Henry D. Wallace,
Sch. Timothy A. H, Vansluytman, Sch
Marion Belle Wolfe, Sch Harriet
Whittaker, Sch. United Pilgrim S

Evérdene
Turtle Dove

Sch

M.V. Charles
net, Capt, Doucette,
Schooner Burma D., 58 tons net,
Davis, from Trinidad
S.S. Colombie, 7,381
Dupont, from Trinidad.
S.S. Astronomer, 4,524 tons net,
Whitehouse, from Liverpool
S.S. Biographer, 4,073 tons net,
Longster, from Liverpool
S.S. Federal Voyager,

268 tons
from Weymouth.
Capt
tons net, Capt
Capt.
Capt.

4,410 tons net.



Cupt. Harvey, from Greenock
DEPARTURES

$.S. Colombie, 7,381 tens net, Capt

Dupont, for Southampton

SOOO OPSPOO PI SPOD POS GEESE PO OOS SEA OPSPD SF FOPPY

JUST OPENED .....
A Lovely Assortntent of

%

* CHROMIUM WARE ;
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: :
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\

FRUIT DISHES a @ $13.12 each
|
FERN POTS — Tee 6.68 each %
ry Pr ae 8.51 each X

& a — 9%” 11.38 each x
x a %
x SMOKER’S STANDS 0.00 @ 17.26 each ¥}
¥ ¥
: ASH TRAYS sii diaicnutianten @ 94 each S|
x *
& FLOWER VASES — 7.0000 @ 414 each §|
$ + ay Rea AE oavciy oy @ 4.83 each % }
x 8 |
3 ° a
x a % |
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§ PLANTATIONS LIMITED §

Programme for Period 14th to
29th April.

April 14th to 19th
BOB-A-JOB WEEK.

This is the first scheme of such
a kind to be organized in Barbados
for the purpose of raising funds.
Through this scheme scouts are
given the opportunity of raising
money for Island Headquarters as
well as for their troops and Local
Associations.

In England BOB-A-JOB WEEK
has met with great success for the
last four years and has also been
organized in British Guiana, Ja-
maica and Trinidad.

Each scout will be given an offi-
cial job eard with his name entered
thereon and ce is provided for
description of job, signature of
person giving job, and amount
paid.

The public are asked to be tol-
erant and co-operate as much as
possible in this effort. A shilling
is the minimum amount to be paid
but householders are asked to pay
more depending on the nature and
extent of the task given.

inclusive



POCKET CARTOON
By OSBERT LANCASTER





now, Projessor, per
haps you wil) teil us a little
about your theory thet crime
is oniy @ disetie witich is
f res ve to sympathetic
r welce treatment e






April

18th.
by Seouter A. T. Tatnall on “the
Scout International Relief Ser-
vice” at Scout Headquarters, St

7.30 pm. Lecture

Paul’s Avenue, Beckles Road.
All members (lay and uniform-
ed of the movement are asked

to note this and to attend in
good numbers.
April 23rd St, George’s Day:

6 am, to 8 am, Good turn cam-
paign throughout the Island.
11 am. Combined Church
Parade for Scouts and Rover
Scouts at St. Michael's Cathe-
dral. Troops and crews will
fall in at Church Village Square
by the sandbox tree at 10.15 a.m,
3 p.m. to — p.m. Organized visits
in parties to places of interest.
4 p.m, Potted Sports
April 24th. 4 p.m. Inter-Trbop
Boxing Competition at the
Modern High School.
7.30 p.m. Inter-Troo Table
Tennis Competition at Y.M.C.A,
April 25th from 3 pm. to April 26th

at 3 p.m. Inter-Troop Scouting
Competition. Examiners Messrs
c. R. C. Springer. and W H.,
Carter.

April 26th 8 p.m. to 10.30 p.m.
Marine Display including
Aquatic Sports and Fireworks
by Sea Scouts at Aquatic Club

April 27th. Optional Hours. Groups
to have individual Church Par-
ades or Scouts’ Owns or atten
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the Agreement,

The contract with the United
Kingdom and New Zealand is the
hard core of the Agreement, it
says, although the importance of
the Canadian market seems partly
to have determined the form of
the Agreement, which gives pri-
ority te sales to Canada over
sales to the United Kingdom.

“So far,” says the article, “the
Ministry of Food appears to have
bought Commonwealth sugar on
very favourable terms in rela-
tion to current world prices, but
this may not continue. Neverthe-
less, the Agreement can be justi-
fied on grounds of striet economic
necessity even if, in later years, a
premium must be paid for Com-
monwealth sugar over the dollar
cost of the only alternative
supplies.”

But fear of a drop in the world
market was undoubtedly very
much in the minds of negotiators
on both sides, it says, adding:
“Producers are apparently ready
to sacrifice further expansion in
return for added security, There
are at least some grounds for
thinking that too high a price can
be paid for safety.

“With nearly three-quarters of
their exports sold on contract.
Commonwealth producers should
be in a strong position to meet
competition and it is at least
arguable that their long-term
interest is in expanding markets,
especially in the Commonwealth,
rather than in international re-
striction schemes, however dressed
up to look like expansion.”

Canada is not a signatory to
the Agreement, the article points
out, but is indirectly interested
because for many years it has
given a preference to Common-
wealth sugar and _ traditionally
buys its supplies from the West
Indies, Fiji and Australia.

The maintenance of competi-
tive sales of Commonwealth sugar



in the world market, and par-
ticularly to Canada, at as high
a level as possible is of great

importance not only to the pro-
ducers themselves but also to the
entire sterling area, it says.

For some years, the Ministry of

Food has been supplying Cana-
dian refiners with West Indian
and Australian sugar and has

replaced it with foreign purchases
for consumption in the United
Kingdom, This trade will return
to normal channels at the end of
this year, under the’ terms of the
Agreement

“Canadian refiners will want to
continue to buy most of their
sugar in the st Indies,” the
article adds, “and presumably
the Ministry is prepared that
such sales shall take precedence,
even though some of the suger
required for Canada may nom-
inally have been sold on contract
to the United Kingdom.” —B.U.P.





April 28th. 4 p.m. Inter-Troop
Signalling Competition for “the
Geoffrey Williams Signalling
Trophy.”

April 29th. 8.30 p.m.

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ball and the bail is cushioned and
pushed in the intended direction

N.B. 1. The player hould as-
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2. The ball must be kept mov-
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at the knee and held loosely, while
the foot is turned: inwards and
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and not actively kicked until it
is under control,

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Picture 5. The ball is being cush-
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Bridgetowrz
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faster

rang to life again



er e after a quiet
il f id Friday, Easter
) I éd the city in full

: lete their shopping

fe 2 as well as to



extra supplies to tide them
over the long week-end.



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’ was in striking contrast to
iet of the previous day, and
roceries remained
accommodate



s were kept busy
nasers, and answer-
ous queries from would-
and although the stores
ally do closed for
ogular breakfast hour,
took their breaks in



so,



In Broad Street and Swan
Btreet, extra constables as well
as non-commissioned officers were
pressed into service to assist in
directing vehicular and pedestrian
traffic, and often people had to
tand at the “Crossings” while
long streams of vehicles crawled
past. Occasionally. enthusiastic
shoppers dashed across the street,
to be narrowly missed by
cyclists dashing in and out be-
tween other traffic.



only

The side alleys in which the
“wayside” hucksters do trade werg
at times almgst inaccessible to
prospective rchasers. Grocer-
ies and bakeries were for the most
part of the day overcrowded,
with people placing their orders
al@at once in an effort not to be
left out.in the rush.





In contrast to the activity on
the main streets and alleys of the



city, the waterfront was compar-
atively quiet. Except for sugar
lorries waiting to bd unloaded

near the old Trafalgar Square, and
one or two of the smaller craft
discharging their consignments of
We Indian cargo, there was



ated with the waterfrant.
Across the land-locked

TABLE TENNIS:

Adelphi Heads
Division Il

SATOH : World Champion

ADELPHI CLUB, with 61 points,
are leading in the Men's Inter-
Club Division II Table Tenis
tixture. This
Club, © although
only formed last
year, is giving a
good account of
itself, It is repre-
sented by experi-
enced players,

Ren. Herbert “ts.
skippering
Adeiphi team.
The. other play-
ers. are Corkie
Roberts and
Clarence Good-
ing. Corkie lost
; one set while
Gooding and Herbert won all their
matches.

Adelphi have’ so far played
seven matches. Police and
Y.M.C.A., got a match each against
Garrison team.* Foundation,
Hampton, Mount Tabor, Modem
High School, and Lenville were
each defeated nine-nil. Advocate,

ay Street Hoys’ Club’ and
Speightstown. Sports Club, four
of the strongest teams in the com-
Fertlon, now have to meet Adel-
phi.

Second in Division IJ is Bay
Street Boys’ Club with 38 points in
five matches. Skipper Chase is the
outstanding player for the Boys’
Club team,

Speightstown Sports Club has
39 points in six matcheg while
Advocate has 29 in a_ similar
amount of matches. It was unfor-
tunate that at the opening of the
series the Advocate could not de-
cide who would represent them
and lost many noints.

Symmonds of Speightstown and
George King of Advocate are two

By

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very attractive . players: They
should go far in the open Cham-
pionship. y

Of the other Clubs, Barna has 34

> of the activity usually asso- points in eight matches. Fox 20 in This isn’t a ship. It's a bomb!”

5, Foundation 11 in 5, Hampton 22-—-
section jn 4, Police 22 in 5, Regiment 16 in Said: “Thanks Nadya. God bless
of the Careenage, longshoremen 4, Mount Tabor 19 in 6, Modern you.” And then I dived overboard.

who are normally hard at work, High School 27 in 5, Lenville 9 in

were seen lolling_ around in small 6. Y.M.P.C, 44 in 8,

groups discussing one

another,

thing or

Remanded On
Breaking And
Entering Charge

Joseph Clarke, a 3%-year-old
labourer of Delamere Land, St.
Michael, was yesterday remanded
until April 18 without bail by His
Worship Mr. H. A. Tulma, Police
Magistrate of District “A” of a

. charge of breaking and entering

the house of Miriam Walker, sit-
uated at Bush Hall.

The states that the
offence
ll.

charge

Clarke was also placed before

the Court charged with assaulting
Police Constable Devonish and
His Worship Mr. H. A, Talma
acjourned the case until April 18
when he will give a decision.

Devenish told the Court
while the defendant was in
P

that



t Hall’s Road on April 11, he



and Y.M.C.A.
15 in 4 matches.

World Tennis

The World Table Tennis Cham-
pion for 1952 is 28-year-old Hiroji
Satoh, ranked No, 5 in. Japan.
Japan also carried off the Men’s
Doubles and Women’s Doubles and
one of their players reached the
quarter finals in the Women’s
Singles.

Shizuka Harahara and .Tomie
Nishimura won the . Women’s
Doubles while Fujii and Hayashi
won the Men's Doubles, The
Women’s Singles went to Ruma-
nia’s A. Roseanu while the Mixed
Doubles went to F. Sido of Hun-
gary and A, Roseanu of Rumania.
V. Barna defeated A, A. Haydon
21—17; 21—19 to win the Jubilee
Cup. This cup is restricted to play-
ers appearing in the World Cham-

was committed on April pionships at least 21 years ago.

“Penholder”

All the Japanese players used

they



FLEECE |

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there came a single shot, and the
general groaned.



“What's wrong?” I said. “Are
you_hit?”
“That's all right, captain Just |

give me your arm,”

No sooner were we on the deck |
thin a mean-looking Mongol 1
hadn't noticed before, high up in
the shrouds, bit off the end of a!
grenade and threw it smack into |
our launch,

I said: “Weil, there goes every- |
body on our side. I guess this is it, |
Nadya.” |

“Yes, Nadya. This is it!” a voice |
repeated sneeringly behind us, }
, Nadya whipped round. “You!”
she gasped, “Von Koenigwald!”

_There was a chuckle from the
l€an, + grey-haired man with a
sabre scar across his left cheek.

“Don’t worry, Nadya. I am not
a ghost,” he said. “Happily for
me, I was not as dead as you
thought when you pushed me into
the sea, and I am a good swimmer.
Keep your hands in the air, please,
all three of you,

“How did you get here?” Nadya
whispered. The fight was all out of
“By plane. I couldn’t guess your
course, and it was the easiest way.
I just flew to Hong Kong and
waited for you. Now, if you hap-
pen to remember any prayers,
you’d better start saying them—
all three of you,”

The general said: “I am wound-

SUNDAY ADVOCATE

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OPINION IS ALWAYS DIVIDED REGARDING
THE SOLUTION OF WORLD PROBLEMS

Give Recital

A choir of 12 voices from the
School of the Blind yesterday at
the Hurd Memorial School, James
Street, gave a recital of
music accompanied on the”
by Mr, Harold Rock, their i
ductor. ;

Members of the choir
and sang to the audience |
applauded their efforts

The address was delive
Mr. Cameron Tudor. Mr.
said that in his experience
public speaking he did not
that he had a greater hon
done to him than to be asked to
speak to the blind students.

Those students had been mak-
ing great progress but they.were
handicapped by not having their
eyes to guide them. He said thai

ch
Ke
on

during his stay in England je
had had a severe injury to his

head and due to that he was
blind for some time; doctors were
not sure if he would have ithe

days he knew what the blind had
to experience.

He said that when ome is de-
prived of the use of one’s eyes,
then one can understand how
great the small things are,

“Rodney” Arrives

The H.M.S. Lady Rodney ar-
rived at Barbados yesterday from
Canada through the British North-
ern Islands with passengers and
about 600 tons of general cargo
for Barbados. The Lady Rodney
is expected to leave port to-night
for British Guiana via St. Vincent,



ed, Koenigwald, and dying. It
doesn’t matter about me. But
‘q—”
She broke in proudly, “I am

your true child, father. Do you
think I would leave you now? But,
Koenigwald, Harry Lime ‘has
done nothing to harm you. Let
him swim for it.”

The baron shook his head. “He
knows about the gold, Nadya.”

Nadya’ smiled suddenly, “He
also knows about something else
¥ (Harry, there’s a tiny glass
window here by my hand. Carton
explained it to you. I heard him.
The sign says ‘for emergency only’.
Remember what he said, Harry.

I..didn’t need telling twice. I

I tame to the surface just in
time to hear a crash that seemed to
split the sky. I knew what it was.
Nadya has smashed the panel and
touched off the bomb.

A sampan picked me up, but I
almost drowned myself first think-
ing about all that gold—half a
million dollars’ worth of it—going
down to the bottom of the sea.

Well, that’s the story. I told it,
just as I’ve told it to you, to a
prosperous-looking stranger I met
in the bar of Hong Kong’s Palace
Hotel.

“I know the spot where this
happened,” I ended up. “I’ve got
it marked exactlyon the map.
It'll cost about £20,000 to do the
salvage, but that still leaves a
pretty big margin of profit. I just
wondered if you’d be interested,
sir. in investing.”

He finished his drink before he
spoke, Then he said: “Mr. Lime, 1
wonder if you know who I am.”

“Well, no. Not exactly...”

His face hardened. “I'm the Lord

the penholder grip, There is ly Constable and Chief of Police in
one 10 il pawn ? ince of nae this Colony. We have a full dossier

uses the penholder grip. That is

Dinky Alkins but he is naw re-

tired from competitive tennis.
However, Leslie S. Woolard,

ships Issue, writes: “It is the first

on your activities as a confidence
man, and I thought I’d let you
tell your tale because I wanted to
know how you work... Lime.

the Editor of Table Tennis, in his that salvage racket’s the widest of
ice van whieh ws proceeding @ditorial in the World Champion- all the old skin games,

“I'm surprised at you trving

(the defendant) suddenly tried to time a bespectacled player has it on anybody, least of all a nolice-

ge

, 0 an. Good-night, now, and by the
ut of the van. He prevented won the World Title and the first man , :
h Mi eee doing so aid the defen- ‘time (in the modern era). for a Way, we'd be much happier here

“ , ; bas i Y —within the
ent tt 3 i he shirt “penholder”. A brief warning: Do if you'd leave town—wi t
dent then held him by the shirt not be panicked into a change of. next 24 hours, that is. Well, pip-
style. One swallow doesn’t make pip!

and cuffed him twice.



OBITUARY

a summer, There are about 300,000

I think you'll understand now

players in Japan and they are not why I don’t like telling that story.

fall “penholders”. — . ,
Woolard states that it is a curi-

Whoever I tell it to usually turns
‘out to be a cop.

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Mr. Eleazar Brathwaife ance comes exactly 50 Years after The worst of it is that it’s true.
e signing of the Anglo-Japanese .

Tha death occurred: recently of Alliance in’ 1902, and the year nis rehiackalle - sdventures
Mr. Eleazar Brathwaite of Coffee when Prof. Tsuboi took '", T. from ® NEXT SUNDAY
Gully, St. Joseph, after a Linger- England to Japan, ‘The British '
ing illness, Minister at that time was Satow;
the Japanese—Baron Hayashi,



Mr. Brathwaite was for many
years an outstanding member of
the St. Joseph’s Vestry and served
as Churehwarden of the parish,
He was of the old hardy Barba-
dian type who from small begin-
nings reared a family and rose to
a position of some importance in
his parish. He was a peasant pro-
prietor and as the fortunes of
sugar improved he bought land
until eventually he became owner
of a small plantation. He was
very popular not only in St.
Joseph but in other parts of the
island,

As a Vestryman he was out-
spoken and fearless and the
parochial servants who suffered

grievances found a ready champ-

ion of their rights. He was mar- exceptional

names so strangely like Satoh and
Hayashi of current T.T, fame,
Satoh used a sponge
racket at the Championships.
Geoff Harrower, reporting on the
World Championships, states that
Satoh only began to use the
sponge racket about six months
previous to the championships.
He writes; “All else in the
singles was overshadowed by the
modest, bespectacied Satoh, who
softly won point after point with
an apologetic air. Player after
player came off the table bewitch-
ed, bothered and _ bewildered,
without a clue as to how they lost,
Some attributed it to not being
able to hear the ball, others to the
side-spin. 1 noticed

ried and his wife predeceased him that whenever Satoh returned a

leaving one son Rey. Bindley
Brathwaite, Vicar of St.
and three daughters to whom

deepest sympathy will be extend-
ed,



| They'll Do It Every Time

Si Acer tHe
AUTO SALESMAN,
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HIS SCHNOZ AND
REALLY SH.AMED

TREMBLECHIN
INTO GETTING
RID OF HIS OLD
CLUNKER “6s

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Rainfall ‘from Codrington: nil
Total rainfall for month to

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Temperature: 74.5 °F ,
Wind Velocity 14 miles per
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Barometer (9 a.m.) 29.978
(11 a.m.) 29.959.

To-day

5,50 a.m.

Sunset: 6.13 p.m.

Moon: Full, April 10
Lighting: 6.30 p.m.

High Tide: 5,29 a.m., 6.37 p.m.
Low Tide: 12.11 pm.

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SINDAY APRIL 13 1931 SUNDAY ADVOCATE PACE ELEVEN PEN PALS SIR.—I will be thankful if you can publish in your I'' column my name ami addr e s s I cm inttrcsicd in 'joth girls and bovi uf mv Agf or older. BERNADETTE SALANDY. %  Tnr.ldart. Ace: 21 years. Correjpoml. ing, and Stamp-collecting. Siii. I will bt very glad if you can advert^ my MJM piper aa a Pen Pal longing for torn* friends. My hobbies are Driving, Basket Ball. Swimming and Music. My age 1* 25 yean, EGBERT WILLIAMS. C/o Pbinte-a-Pierre Machine Shop. T.L.L.. Trinidad. ^ V wvyiNcs "^ B'j Eugene Shtgtr HORIZONTAL i list. To ErEFCHSSFnilEEEEiS 1-Wr.o bspuied Jesu kill 5-Who u Davids father? %  Acts 13:22> 16—Shocks. 14— Curved molding. IS—Stranger. f tn* Bacchanal* 17—Buncombe fslangi. IB-Farm buildings. 19— Location. 20-Hermit. 22—Praised. 24— Excavation for digging or*. %  PiesaMan 28—Compartment In a vesaeL ..-I-:.... 31—To whM animal was Issaehar likened iGon 49 141 34-Mountain nymph. 35-The dilL S7-Wht daughter of Elon was Esau i wife? (Gen. M 21 M—Receded, as the tide. 40—Dclcst 41-Sward. 42-Porlico. 43-NduticaL 44—Endeavor 4%-IUw hides. 47—Catkin. *:—Injure. 49-W ha I was one of the objects put in the breastplate of judgment* t-.ir 4—One of the nwn who returned from captivity unl* nance 23— Accomplished. 3S—Seashore. 37-Vehemence I'M—Small, round and glisten In 3*>— 18th Century collar. 31—Century plant 32—To whom did Jesus say "Gci thee hence? (Hat. 4:101 32— Variety of wheat 38— Immortality. 3— Roll of cloth. 40— Drove, as a nail Catch Query M AYBE you il gat the answer right away, but it's aurprCiing how many persona have to take several minutes lo think about this one: What two consecutive montha besides July and August have 31 days? BBSUn 42—Incentive. 43-With what was SI* lJudg. 4 -Mi 48—Season of the year. 48—Who ordered all in Bethlehem under the ane of two years lo be killed? .Mat 2:18) 50— Soars 51-What did Asa destroy that had oeen set up by his moths* Lo a groveT f| lit I3:13> 52-Otfactory organ. S3-Anglo-Indian weight M-.\j i JX Jns. 55—Stratagem 58—Pierce with pointed weapon %  '-I -am** arbcV W. Marquren-Pope. ok well worth reading, and Again, in truth, this is really a reading jgain. for it is a fairy of the theatre rather itory in rl life and could well a colourful son But be an inspiration to all of u* who Tit of the activities Theatre. Macqueen-Pope haa in "IVOR"' painted with dramatic insight and feeling the life of that glamorous fantastic dual personality—Ivor Novello. Perhaps at first the author biography dwells rather excessively on the than of mother and son relationship which what acec_ m*2 2*m^Z Z iS22££^**S*5#^^^**3^*SS#5< tDEAL FOR GROWING FEET BRITISH CRAFTSMEN BACKED BY OVER FIFTY YEARS EXPERIENCE SUPPLIED BY YOUR LEADING STORES ^^SJ z-$~i'i.$2*$$*# it %  *=*** W/" lw l,antlm *! the penguin a W a*"!? Ynn can determine the anawer by drawing connectIng Iknea from dot 1 lo dot 37. Where two i baa OH, m Aflcr youv try roloring umbera are clow to the dot for both, traced the figure, n %  picture. Wbud Mm %siphijA $bc A GREAT CAR to know, a su garr b ear to own, this new 'Zephyr lUT f^sigglML smart, super-fast, i. cu-vbiaea o-i the moil-wanted /camrei in modern motoring; teamol-up with its sislcr-modcl. the "Consul*, the 'Zephyr Six' brings FiveStar Motoring to the roads of the world. Charles McEnearnev & Co., Ltd. Co&tijwheHe U \ll II till ion Mil. lAIIIH b



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mhm JMocate %  4~/ ESTABLISHED 1895 MUCE: Bflf CENTS 52 PERSONS KILLER IN PLANE CRASH 17 In San Juan Hospital: 39 Trapped On Ocean Bed SAN JUAN. PR.. April 12. UNITED STATES Coast Guard said to-day that there is practically no hope of finding alive any of the 39 persons mittbu in the Caribbean shark-filled "Milwaukee deep" after the crash of a Pan American Airliner ftiH of New York bound Easter vacationists that put the toll of dead or presumed dead at 52. Thirteen bodies were pickei up from the waters three miles outtide of -San Juan Harbour alter the plane broke in two and sank shortly before noon yesterday. Near miracle saved 17 ot the 69 aboard on this Good frtd One of them was pilot Capt. John C. Burn (33) husband of U.S. ringer Jane Froman. A similar crash when Burn saved Miss Froman alter landing In the Tagus River, near U-bon. Portugal, nine years ago fostered their romance and marriajie. Bunu flight would have brought him home for a wedding anniversary relebration to* His wife arrived in Puerl IV by air at S.4S a.m. to-day from Nw York and sped over rain Ellcked streets to the hospital bedside of her husband. Iran Mus/t Tighten Belt TEHRAN. April 12. Iran* Premier Mohammed Mossadegh earned 61 Mnjlis, delegates that Iran must tighten her bell If she Is to emerge successfully from the economic "Quagrr.lre" he said Britain placed her in following nationalisation of oil. Mossadegh admitted he made,a intstatn in believing that Iran %  ou.C easily sell her oil after takng ever huge installaUons of the Anglo-Iranian Oil Company. He s.iiil he had counted on Bri'aln's need for Iranian oil for resale for •toiiars. but VS. aid to Britain had 'oiled this expectation. In addition to Bum there are 16 survivors among the 69 passengers and crew. It is feared that 39 missing bodies were trapped it> the wreckage 3,000 feet down on the ocean bed. Miss Froman'!i face was tense and drawn with worry as she landed at the airport on a Pan American plane. She went Immediately to Uw Presbyterian Hospital where Burn, the pilot of the airliner which crashed five miles off this island yesterday was suffering from shock and exposure. The bodies of | number of \-|tllms most of whom wan Pufffjb Ricans and Cubans wit funeral homes in down-town San Juan. The coast guard cutter Hramble continued the seareh o( the area for other bodies but reported early to-day that it had sighted none. Coast Guard and airline officials were to decide to-day whelh try to raise the sunken plant '* prove* impossible, as most ob-l rrw Oir ON CWIWN** servers feel It will be.-the wreck-| The break bt wr eSW l the T.U.C. age will become the tomb of the and P.N.P has led to the moot mlslng passenger?. I unsettled trade union situation in One New York city family was (Jamaica since 1936, when Mr. wiped osd by ihe crash. Pedro Bustamante led thousands of Mossadegh added that Britain .ad also prevented contracts signid with foreign oil purchasers from being implemented which heightened the economic crisis, 11 Deputies who had as%  ssfflMad at his house to cop) mta with Covenimerit plans to balance the budget and to cut unnecessary expenditures. He advert that if necessary Government employees who huve the means to do so must be ready to forego llaria*, Mossadegh said dtnd taxation vould be one of the best means of obviating Iran's economic troubles. -IP Trade Union Situation In Jamaica Unsettled gathering RAM care ng on the Brignoni 45. died iVuig with his wife and their five children rnng Ing in ages from 2 to 14 yen-. On survivor said the p'ane seemed ti break In two when It hit irm tea —(Cr> A t'.P. LIGHTSHIP CHANGED The Demerara lightship, which was stationed oil the entrance o. the Demerara River, has been withdrawn from her station to be replaced by the motor vessel Barlsna. The Baiima. a black paJnlad ship with white superstructure. 300 candle power by night which is visible for about 10 miles. A carles an all round white lignt of blue flag is hoisted on her masthead during the day. workers on marching nnd rioting throughout the island. In the union Held at present are the B.I.T.U.. the T.U.C. and its hi D tpllntei union jrgarusations the N.UC. and the N.W.U. the latter recently formed by the JW P M take the place of the T.U.C. a> its left wing organisation. Also vying for the support of workers are the United Port Workers Union, and several other minor union*. one recently formed among subordinate workers of the Government, who were previously nntliHted to the T.U.C. As a result the Government'* labour Department is brin* kept busy in various Industrie) throughout the island arranging polls to settle representational union nisjuites which feature the unsettled conditions. Keep Death Off The Roads The Police have been active during the present holiday season n iryingf to make the public realise that It Is within their province in ksstp death oft the roads. A programme was staged at Six Croat Roads. St. Philip, during the week and the Police Band and tiie Mobile Cinema > ed. Capt. E. B. Grant. Superintendent, spoke to the hvltlng them to exei •vlyle walking and driv roads during the Easter season. The Barbados Automobile Asciation has already done some good work in pointing out to drivers of vehicles the causes of some of the accidents. The Advocate has never ceased to carry a campaign against careless and reckless driving and to 'njoln motorists to exercise skill and iudgment in handling their vehicles so at to avoid accidents. TOMORROW is Easter Bank Holiday and there will be picnic parties in the country and afternoon rides. With the increased number of vehicles on the roads there is need for ure.Mer caution in the use of the roads. Many of the accidents could be, .voided with a little more consldj • i at urn for other users of thei roads. Lack of courtesy and proper road sense are responsible! for the majority of these accidents. Irresponsible pedestrians tool court danger when they walk aimlessly and diagonally across) the road or cross vehicles at the major road or lay on the Mile of the road. The problem of hurrying ha:* been settled by th c Japanese who 1 asks what Is to be done with the two minutes saved by driving at excessive speeds. The local problem can be solved too If many people remember that nUny A driver has hurried to his own funeral. It happened two weeks ago, A little care exercised tomerrow might save a life and avoid extra work for the Police and lloapltal staff and possibly the Cemetery staff. STAUN IS /A GOOD HEALTH LONDON. April 12 Premier Stalin is In good health acrording to an Indian Diplomat who saw him only a week ago. Sir Sarvcpnlll Radhakrishnnn, retiring Indian Ambassador to Moscow was asked at London Airport today whether Soviet Dictator was, a 'sick man". "Me is not" Sir Sarvcpalli snapped. The Ambassador is enroute to Bombay for consultations. He denied a report that he is mediating problems between Russia and the West. -IP, lUMI'IM. MM: oil. — — 1 1 A IH It."--... m ( t 1 fjaW W_ *R*Lord Munster Arrives T \ Here: Will Stay A Week LORD MUNHTF.R. Parliamentary Uader Secretary of State for the Colonies steps off the B.W I.A. j>laj at Seawall on Pndav He Is on a familiarisation tour of some of the territories In tails area and expect.to remain in Barbados for on* Week. Ike Resigns North Atlantic Command June 1 .^AKIS, April 12. GENERAL EISF.NWOWF.fc M at • Pram Conference here thai he has resigned as North Atlantic Suprwn* Commander, effective June I, because pressure of politics at home was preventing him from carrving out his Military Job her.fully He said he would not actively campuixii for the United States Presidency until and unless he is nominated hy the Republican National Convention on July 7. He emphasized thai he still had resigned his United States Tunisian Cabinet Formed TUNIS. April IX Tunisian Premier Salah El Dine Baccouche today presented his new seven-man Cabmc-t to the Bey of Tunis and promised to restore peace and harmony" to the; troubled protectorate. The cere-1 mony at the Bey's Can see twenty miles north of her.' ended 16 days of uncertainty which followed French in rgest or the previous Premier and%thei anti-French members of his Government "I want to consecrate toy l.rsl efforts to the task of raftonn-l peace and harmony to v rtc country" Baccouche said in the conn-of a long address in which he outlined the most pressing problem, facing the protectorate follow inn two month* ot violence over SelfKw Govern nvent. H;ir..mhe's lon K i.elny m presenting his Cabinet was believed in some Informed quarters to be an attempt to stall for tune while the Issue came up before the Security Council. Itui two days ago the Security Council deferred filial decision on whether it would consider thc Tunisian question ind eventual rejection was conIdered virtually certain. —U.P. THE RT HON Thc Earl of Munster. Parliamentary Under-Secretary of State for Ihe Colonies, arrived here on Friday evening from Jamaica by B.W.I.A. accompanied by his Private Secretary, Mr. E. M. Wont, of thc Colonial Ofl.ce Lord Minister is on a short familiarisation tour tn some of the territories in the Caribbean. He has already vi: ited the Bahamas and Jamaica. He will be In Barbados for one week and will then visit British Guiana. Trinidad and Antigua. ; | W.I.A.'s R.M A. Jamaicabringing Lord Minister touched down at Seawall at 5.50 on Friday afternoon. At the airport to meat him were His Excellency the Governor accompanied by his A.D.C. Maj. Dennis Vaughan; Sir George Seel, Head of Development and Welfare and Mr. J. Percy Ta>lor. Branch Manager. B.W.I.A. Major Vaaghnsi met the Earl at the 'plane and escorted him to the Governor who was about 13 rds awU from the parking apron in the company of Sii George, and Mr. Taylor. Entry formalities were quickly attended to and in a matter of .mutes Lord Munster was on is way to Government House, where he will stay until April 15th. FVir the remainder of his I he will be the guest of Sir rge and Lady Seel. Pleasant Trip THE TAMER . AND THE LIONS New YORK. April 12 Mt of the sudlence st Rnigbng Bros, and Barnum and Bailey's Circus last night apparently thought It wsa all part of an act when lion tamer Oacar Konyot was attacked by two ot hi*'pets". Konyot who bad bit* of He-h torn froai his left side and tromi his arms, however, said tail UUs Is Us P.rst Urns one or more of the big cats has attacked bias. The .'..yesi old trainer had Just put his eight lion-, through their paces when one of tbeni swiped him with Its paw and knocked him to the ground. Before Konyot could recover hi footing, a socoiid cat leaped on top of him The tamer who uses neither whip, pistol nor chair la his set, fought the lloni off with his hands and finished the act He then rushed to the lio. pltal whore Ills wounds wars stitched. He la expected to re•ltme his act to-day. U.P. tlrst R.RC. Protest To CMS. Demanded OEORQETOWN, April 12. British Ouliii.', represents tive on the Rogioual Economic Committee for the Caribbean called on the Chairman to maka a strong pretest against the Canadian National Steamships withdrawal of the steamers Lady Nelson and Lady Rodney from their West Indian itinerary without further consultation with West Indian Oovornmenta. They asked for reconsideration of the matter. Oat* PORTABLE DRILLIKO RIO In operation in flt TaOmU. HclM of about 800 ft, dep sr drilled mta this MsdUM. (Story on pace 9.) First To Load Sugar At S{H:ightst<>Hii Since Crop isVjiiiii The Nourse liner Marajata will be callin;. ..! tn load sugar for thc U.K she will be the Hit iiy.ir ship to load sugar at Spalghtstown idaesi the crop begai, Arriving in Carlisle Bay day aftshmooD. the Morojuta will lay at anchor in the Bay until the local pilot takes her on to Speights town. Lighters from Bridgetown, Messrs H. A (.. Chollenor'a barges • %  stored in Bridgetown. Men who work with the shipping of sugar at Speightstown were long looking forward to a ship sailing there. The Marajata Is consigned to Messrs. Da Costa Ac Co Ltd Army Commission as u rive Star General and therefore did not feel free to discuss political issues at anis time. But he said that if he was nominated by the ffepubllcan Convention "1 would Hen Immediately submit my resignation." "| should then be %  %  to i-'iik and net without any limitation customarllv imposed l>> the liefei.ee Department." The C.eneral brushed tears from bis eyes with his handkerchief after he told thc top Militai. Men in Europe that he was giving up his jot> as Supreme Commander and going home Breaks New* %  intr* said the General ihe news to hia Biothei yesterday some eight before Truman made the announcement that Eiscnhad asked to lie relieved or his command. Mrii-l.enei.,] Author,. J Drex. el Iliddle, Junior, described the scene yesterday when Elsenhowei -strode int.> the conference room. tilled with some 70 top officers of N.A.T.O. powers here fu "Panel War" anart | ,. %  wer told them he was leavbi : There was silence. Then Britain ursamoUonal Hel-i MarshaJI MonCsjoniery famed fr >T n roldlv caleuinled campaivos during the war. threw his nr around Eivenhower and the t men liugge 'hifluled lo leave Jajian ffoV CUla late this month. The Japanese Foreign Office |r scheduled to begin conferencewith the Trade Ministry nest Tuesday to fix policy for the talk I'• %  tiding the outcome of UNM conferences, no definite st.itcmctil.s can be expected on the Japanese uttitune at the negotiation' However n Trade Ministry ipokesman admitted Japan cottld lie expectc.l to press for more Japanese exports to Chile. In 1951. 40 per cent of Japanese lales to Chile consisted of mn•hmery. 25 |>er cent of textiles and another 20 per cent of sun* :!ries. —IT.f. 4 Jets Shot Down rifTH AiBFO-iCE. ii w Koroa April 13 Fifth Alrforce said United States F.M Sabre lets shot devn 'our Russian built MIG lVs probibly destroyed two and daVnafed %  even this week without loainc ;• ilanc to Red Jets In a week of >ad weather which trimmed aerial b-ittlcs to three. The Alrforce said only three air luels were fought during the seTen day perKMl ending K ht and all of the swirling jatties occurred o;i Sunday A total of 12 Allied airj -raft were lost over the same period.—TJ.P. On Other P*ageH % %  •:' %  2 < "H. Calllnc J ff-ma; tlardrnlMi illntW. Farm and ( %  arden 4 Rookie: Hldrlls-ht* On Hperl; Football Keaort 5 Chala on Kwlrasainir: o e e e r I *-M.OT*: We.zhtllflinc Se w ing Circle: H'hat's I ix>k i nr In The hiWim Mrs. Clarke's Column. Ne for W r ll.dv And leu H I -iiioruu. SIUUU On The Fence: Vea? We Tried Out Banastaa 9 Sebtmle F.xplorallen And Barbados 10 T'dad Raeea: VYI News 11 Qulv-Croasword: Hook Review: Fie. ture Drawlnc 12 The LiveOf Harrj l.lloe 13 Comic Striaa It Church Kervleea: Heesit Notes. 18 I-oe| New-.: The f-olden FleeceTable rri.ni. ritUCE TALKS LAST ONE WIMITE t Munster who said he had had a pleasant trip down, is on a short visit to the area to acquaint himself at first hand with kenl conditions. Parliament and other business make it necessary for him to restrict his absence from the UK. to two months, so on this occasion he is unable to Vial. ull of the colonies in Hi Lord Minister has special responsibilities in the Colonial Office for West Indian nnd Caribbean Batten Born in February 11*06. Lord Munster is the only son of the late Mayor the Hon. Harold E. FltxClarence. He was educated at Charterhouse and was married In 1928 to Hilary, nnh daughter oi Kenneth Wilson of Cannitaro, -I Wimbledon. MUNSAN. Korea, April 12 United Nations and ComiQunn liuae nagotiaUMi. went through ihe mercd. flicker of motion! urday, each waiting for the other I to Suggest the compromise theyl From 1932 to '38 he was lordhave got to give said Major t.on-fin-Waiting to the late King and %  Pgl William K Harrison. United from '43 to '44 he waParliamont%  ns sub-delegate Communigta -iiow.vt no sign of loldltu! at each .f the seien I i ie, Ltufl week f'hey %  uaXBjati a recess unless the V.N. Comuinil had something to propose Saturday it ineellng look only ofW Inule the slu>rtest this week Total till I tin sei.ru imi .( : rulliutw. thev trWld bwVg taken leas time if (In* (ienen.ls didn't BSrVt PD .'il '"i %  .iii'latmri -CP. -Secretaiy >f State for ilia ariil llurma. The earl was Qeneral in Chamberlain Ciovuininciii from 193C lo January Ihrfollowing year. He was loan appointed Under-Secretary for War. resigning from this post 111 September. IH39. 10 Join Ihe forces Frnni l"39 to 41 ha wan AIM and IfJUtat i Aasurtaat to Lord < tori In Churchill's coalition i:'.,e rnm-iit he was Under-Secretary of state at the Home Office from 1914 to '45. A man of great energy aim dnv, I.ONDON, April 12 '*"' "Tunsler bus bei>n a promiJnngllng Burglar Alarm attachjranl figure ^>r many years In the eil to "hallowed" stone oj seotie I House of Lords where he has draw a cordon ,,r Sn>tliiiiil Yard (taken keen interest In such raalpotti %  iround Wf-stminitei Abbey '•• is as housing und child welfare. lust night Alarm e/ai caused by] I-oid Mnnstei will hold a press I •liorf liicuit. j eotifereiice at Government llou"—t.F. 'on Tuesday, April IS at 3 30 p.m. FALSE ALARM Cotton Crop In Montsvrrat Is Promising Montscrrat has Just planted a promising cotton crop which Mould be as good as that of previous vears If nothing unforeseen happen.. Mr W K Hasselt. the colony's Agricultural Superintendent told the MvocOt* shortly aftei I,. arrival by lb Lad\i ll"-ini 7 He said that last year's crop weighed 500,000 lbs. aim added that the yield per acre was very good, but the acreage wai rather below the average. Mr. Rassett is spending a short BOHB> % %  i" Harbados prior to leaving on Ajiril 22 by the Willenistod for England where he will spend his six months' leave. He said that Montserrst I: gradually rebuilding tin < gpf trade of tomatoes tn Canada and the Wast Indies which had slopped during the war on account of cold storage transport difficulties. They have just nnishfd the tomato season which was an average one and hope to start the next '.ll' In Ueiembur Norwegian Ships A Week Overdue SAINT JOHN'S. Newfoundland. April 12. Mystery shrouded the tail tji %  e Norwegian sealing -ships and their 100 crewmen, ssgsfl week overdue in the Arctir Ocean. United Stales and Canadian alrotn. fdanned aaori %  %  bul their planes were hampeied by bad flying-weather and %  thick blanket of f,i£. A IS -irforce rescue service •ti at Ikyknsvik Iceland yesterday flew over ti between Newfoumll-init and Iceland where the sealers were last reported, but sighted nothing, said the ran being carried out in the form of expanding square. —I'.r. K. W. V. THE LABEL WITH THE KEY To Health & Happiness K. W. V. PAAEL TAWNY K. W. V. Coronation Wine K W, V. Old Brown Sherry K. W. V. Amontillado Sherry K. W. V. Old Oloroso Sherry K. W. V. Sweet Vermouth K. W. V. Dry Vermouth K W. V. VAN DER HUM LIQUEUR K. W. V. Superior "Key" Brandy Nothing but the product of the GRAPE enters into the blendina of ... K.W.V. WINES & BRANDY ISsUMIWrS SSC40SS OF PKEFKRENTUL DUTIES.



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SUNDAY APML 13, lKt SUNDAY ADVOCATt PACE SETSN uNATiGN COCKTAILS ARE COMING bun o. them may even be red white and biue BAKMEN all BVM Britain arc already sccretl} iiugun,. gius, unuuUes, and turns iniu %  variety uf cuococliuu*, to uiui the perfect Coronation cocktail. Their vflort* may omburaju the United Kingdom .bartender* CuUd. Thenwill be hundred* of CoronaUon cocktails coming out," laid Mr. W. J. "BUX" TABLING of Harrogale. the prosiucni at the Guild's dinner at the Park Lane Hotel. They will all be diflcn-nt— some will even be red. white and blue—and the customer won t know what he's going to get. We cannot control them or standardise them. conaaquanUy none will be registered In the Guild's collection of recognised cocktails." Many of the WO bartenders. admitted thay were working out new formulas—none would discuss the ingredients Hoping for s change In their country's drinking legislation ware KIX Swedish guests, all members of the Swedish Bartenders' Guild. Their president. Mr I1IXMKR JANMSON. or Stockholm, said that In a bar or restaurant in Sweden men and women were allowed only ,i certain quantity of spirit—with which food must be eaten. To buy drink at a store. a ration book had to be produced effect on lour 1st* they say. —and the allowance Is regulated damaging to trade by age and salary. The Swedes hope that the la Man StoeutTiwn -red BACON (back SJBSB already booked, ruud h> think •>( and HAMS (toga, % %  wonderful a cor a* this with and boW i — butu). iin|iiiiaillsassl | but there are' roof wrapping Locally C'Suulete elimination of road • .now white 1.AKD In m.Uv. much Improved ventilation ages or tin>—aU cheaper and cool air current: heat reals' imported product and. ting siteneer shield to further you me. delirious' Let nduce Interior heat and icdeigned grilL T!us very l.ivri. t "mobile .set* a standard apart \ It la a magnificent eogJ .hievement and Redman ft Tay{ or have It. 1 shoui .grvsja* lendori lib. pa thai* •< me Introduce you to Barbados rood Productoporatlng from %  'hen* counter In General Hardrt.tra SuppUea on Rickett Street %  (That bacon — you should have aee* my plat* today' Flirt thing after Kaer—dial 4fl8 Oh*. %  vsasal corn run t batter ilnTencylind. TFSV th rector* from the USA Half A GROUP PENSION HR1NOS THESE BENEFITS TO. measage for you: PENSION PLAN almost at once through KACH Or' YOUR EMPLOYEES NY GARAGE—these are l"euco of mind—because he la lots models with direct hkcl> to be destitute in his old %  tart on dleael fuel, age %  . his wife and children ..l steering and a *> are less likely to be in want if he %  .-.1 engine COURpiedecesses them his chance of a.i-s of Massey-Harrls, promotion will be improved by ou> half-traek Tractors ihe super-annuation of older eping and closely following ployees For preparation of -purpose Ferguson (now Pension Scheme consult Peter de with fuH-%rack AND Verteville of the Manufacturers ENGINEl COURTESY Life Insurance Company. Office, r Broad St. Phone 246 '111 be changed this year. The MRS FREDERICK MATT A aid Mrs Lettp Roberts bands are in ilummand ipmi (red**— mix their ot before the Bartenders' Guild dinner. NEWS for WOMEN made from soya So that is out. loo. f ^BBH THE TWO fl *T aV ^ *f PETULAS Tfci i mir Baby and You HABIT THAlNlNG Pal SMI is the a avails i-i DIESV: GARAi.r — Island Headquarters LO' f": en. requirement in modern • • trortoK and their attaehmenU CHERRY CAKES — RAlSrN have %  jtther extended their CAKESPRUNE CAKES all of custom T service — meet MR. thrm delectable and sold by the GKOI'kjE n CURRE, renowned BQUnd Naturally this la ft t-xoct. and peclstl*t In agrtculEEPIUHIN aolacUon and her.* are! tural aid Industrial equipment, iwo more— Ginger t\,k-< .r t i* lop-fRgrn knowledge and Chocolate Cakes Nov. wh. Ural know-how your serviethink of these — dial 3213 and l have them delivered to your dooi, ZEPHIRIN Butler Bread and Ilolla are simply a reminder — evervune knows how scruniptiou-I they are Whether or not you're dunking in party terms. ZephJ irlii'* Ltd. on Swan Street have %  *ant for *>our table | itsr. just don't cxii when I you know GEORGE CLARKE is 'now on the COURTESY staff I Phone in and tell him your story —and watraS that dead tractor Jump to life' §9m Qmahtamtibh ••> wear* HJtlaYM \l%*vUit*i$n Thce Unusual and thev pattei nd very. are new. Blue Seas an-. Perm* Al Hnlf Price If you "don't look a day oldL. than*SI" vou can cash In on "iie Bt HI8TI.R < IIAKLOTTt new rut-prire-for-teen-agers deWnen should training In cleanpartment started by a Ixmdon '"*" begin.' Most of the text books aa%iae you to hold baby out at once. But the trend today is benming less sUrict. Many Doctors beginning at the age ot *hole When a woman change* PERSONALITY t ar alrdreaaer. His pricesPerms two guineas for a head (four guineas adults). 6s. 6d shampoo and set u (9s. 6d adults) 2s. d. cuttlnp <3s. fid. adults I Angry 'Square Dealer*' The people who try to get the customer a square deal, the Retail Trading Standards Association, are angry with fashion writers. The new ilub fashion material which, they say. we call "silk tweed,'' Is neither "silk" nor y, very attract! \ e specially designed for Heavenly i ASTRKl M Hal fell hacke.1 noor ||h ,. t„ -I.V In ry — .!!* sums: SSJIL'SS.'yssJfStl i dine IravalUi isles of tli.' the Caribbean. IFhantv Guiitra. covering In squares, strips mil You lay It down and lhalV the end of It For Table* and Shelve, (he answer Is still with r%( Lanea-.reum There are different J "* u ?Ta^ruur-ia^i width, and all sorts of colours ',''' '" %  f, \ '" l h %  m ^r?A*l I and d^lgn.. You know. ^ C .WQ. u ?, d Tfc aullSss coon-, the value ofj.r^-reum ^Tum? OB^QBSBF!!! r STOP !*ASM Is unsurpassed on the Inland • month* when hah> leu able to sit up. O'lis-de I May 6th ekperiacic Life, every .o.u-i>A.rr;* It ^T Tor this unfonts*tsbJe book tbr-uigh the Jones a Co. Ud QUICKLY tiier hand it u truly astounding, ..bl. class of Insurance is covered Phone 3*14 The cost I* extremely "tweed." The official description? ou afler how early babies can be trained %  f ,'i'U go about it regularly and methodically. Heal training m the sense that tnc baby can learn consciously to control his muscles, does not begin utilil after weaning "Potttpa," howerar, begin, right frpm tha •aruest days, and some fortunate mothers, by holding their babies TWO well-known women — Margaret Lock wood Petula Clark and Margaret Lock.sophisticated self are wood — have recently done a personality n lUtft How like the chameleon we women are. If an unsophisticated girl falls in love with a man who UlBM glamour she will change heard onvinclnf. N Sagging; From France comes the long. sought answer hand-kuitted taken "Rayon tweed effect. Have the R.TSA. of sales appealT It is something that "silk tweed" has, and "rayon tweed effect" has not. After years e don't think dirty ah feed. avoid '" 15 elaSie^d l kJSU h wir' 1 lapkno. for months at her Have the KTJMk ever neara llt , Wc| napkin thf e>nnol fsr, far of sales W**J^,__ t _. .._,,._ hope to avoid untii well after a year). The point that is increasingly stressed by great modern _. LJ #.w_i psychologists ia that training ynthetic fabrics ,r.ould never become a misery for ny women are n ,ytiier or child. A baby should those day* by a name. „ PVcr i^, forced Usit on the pot, Heels Only ot kept th*** loasVH than five Smart women In Parts are mmulcs. Naturally you will show wearing shoes which seems to pleaiure if your baby has dona slave heels only. Uppers are What he should; and since your invisible and are mode from pleasure means H great deal to PETULA CLARK'S changeslc '£" ^H^S* 1 *.'. Crystal Skin, a new material him he will try hard But it to* MY OPINION: It IS heavy lo iU -ong but transparent. fails, and abov e all If he truggie. over from girllsr. simplicity to the ounce, but knits up like Emerald, topas, and msuvo do not prolong the scene. Manv sophistication brouirht protests, machine-made laatex. patent leather Is another Parts babies begin to assert their will Tn hir llrst appearance aHer — spring shoe fashion. power m Just this way, at about an American holiday I missed t.ood—Caasip Nv)on m-tn makaa tha lasast tdgbb or nine months; but If just her soft curly fringe. Her haijs-._,,„„_, .. ..— -„.„, Ixmdon choe news. It Is cool. It s-t on the pot at the usual times With ihl. new ,* rt, w„r. W *„.,.% %  "" ">rUUt !" " ttirough the JAMES LYNCH low —youll be surpiisetl COMPANY LIMITED on Me Grejoi Straet. Enjoying the The Village Shop >rf Stanafeld atuantages of %  direct BrokSi-ott Lid — no more appealing erage connectum with Lioydb of Giocery Store anywhere and s>i London through their principal." eosv tn shop tn. so spotlessly Henry Hoad a Co., Ltd the eseail And the %uxk i<*' Jamas Lynch Co. present stand111.A1K u WHITE SCOTCH ard and often better than stand* WHISKY. MARTELL HRANUY aid rates as the result. Loss of and the finest of LIQUEUHS In Profita—lost of Property—Loss Miniatures and Delft Jugs. And of Teeth, what matter? Anything Harvey's BRISTOL CREAM and everything — have yo-i SHERRY and the famous 3-year insured vour posseaeioiis 4 old COCKADE RUM. With • • (-. %  lined and Mottled Goods, ClgHave you a ROVER comins ;.nttes. Ohocolatea and Just about thli* Easier* The shipment is due everything you're looking for. this week and loan's u beautiful AND NO PARKING PROI1ROVEU for you among those I .EMS: Sophisticated women And the switch to wide-eyed innocence even easier. be used only for swim suit*, coining here next month. It is Di wool thread twisted round old rhlnestone drop earrings, a lot colour. It U Pracl (njssds no Ins block, including nylons with ironing) AND IT IS CHEAP 'raid towelling cuffed Jeans black patterned heels. $> Even her make-up has been x" 1 '<* u "dcr C2 B' treated". Now she has a pale towelling shorts with patch complexion, uses a clear red UpP<**eU for I. A beach bra-were 5tlrk. which, she says. "Is more to match. 14a.. and a boxy toweleffective." '">* Jacket with a mandarin colAnd with it all goes the New lar In ucid yellow and whito Voice—lower, more mature. —under £2. fabric DO comment if they .re •naughty'. mesh. they soon forget to be difficult. The underside of nylon mesh For holding l—by out sit on a Is flat, smooth, and comfortsble low chair, place a small chamber a ~ sandals sell for 89s I.-.I i vlon mi-sh Mrs. Clarke's Column knees, put baby <>n it with M back well supported by your best, one arm slipped over his hest, Ihe other hand holding his leela. Do not la. him hsva a toy ii ill.iy with, make him feel that in* la a serious matter. MARGARET LOCKWOOD Early Ku-.li by Slimmer* Froan Pas 8 wi ta, w,.h ..h. %£ % m m, ?H r % l gfi U ,h„ Whether or not to wskrn baby a hold him out at the time you SK MakJ-up Uto. m ld-M.rchT. pirt told me. " /"•"-• %  H* """•and.g Jf ,^1'It T U*tSh The lipstick follcvws more the "but this year women started \7Q\J must have a treat deal of while to pot them a#d tr/ bnoe T?i"t J.nf'Lti?* r "' ucln '" ~ rl >' ?l hnu 2:" k U ana patience U you are '"' 'he, will deep JT. and com,i 1..SL" 1 !" MI,. I„k„ !" l'. F,ut ~ rU u "fStephe. w ^^ lmr CJSSp lor your fortabte, c.oi^VeTne^lmrSr'^pe MJ >-parf di m hi, *SWr. J^gggl. %  -j "well-bred Eriglishwoman"' book "Fata and Tignros" VALOR COOKER STOVES Short H.H 1.1 i I Burner Model (. gM.M 3 Burner Model fii> $7187 Also WHITE PORCELAIN ENAMEL SINKS With Double Drnlnboaid 0 $ < cu rreatar batssbts to his health sod vigorous growih—cxtra vitamin, jrc sided to L actogaa! How your Baby will bain on rhit new I .ioce.i --which fuardi his prcdoui beslth, while K feed, him with IB oaaapsBtt, halaacad noumKmcnl! a In **#*?"' I ^avgar Lactogaa Is as saalry dlgcttibia as Mother's .s—lib i san the most dallcats baby caa added mm* i % %  — Voap' raaisiaaca lo IUn sjretect fratn ric* t and help d^ %  Bid beautiful in ( ng teeth. 1ml sjretact from rlc* aad baautlftsl 1111 ng teeth protect from uu. ml a 111111 A—to help buili Illness. \ iie.mil> I) to d help develop sturdy hones .eluded, too, it lros. to 9 com, mi <, plete food Lactogeu la pure complete, balaased aourishi ow's milk asadlfted to provide . past m bresst i wont 'Codhun/s!



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PACK TWELVE SUNDAY ADVOt ATE SUNDAY. APRIL IS. 1*M THE LIVES OF HARRY LIME THE GOLDEN FLEECE *-riiii IUfT. IIPK with '""U"'i Mi| ler ou. Ita queer ur>. <> iiutiu*. im* s..u iMk at 1L It begin* eith a bullfight and i rids mill naval mcacrm<-ni In ihr ,>* B>a Tfcrtr'a a %  > % % %  In tt. at eounr. Have jeu rvrr un a girl with yellow egta. tlUcfc aroanel. Jt all started In a lit lie Spanu'i *eapmt, and like every town in Up.in there's a bull-ring J don't know how I .about bull-fights but if it I day In Spain Ha %  liitir hard < %  :.v from thrni. A bull-tight in Spain is like an opera in Italy. It's the ool) thing in the country that %  tart* on time. J'd been dawdling over my shellfish and beer, no I only not itiere for the second faeasa. Soldatlto was in the ring. I'vt' never been one of his fan-. Too much ballet dancing for me and not enough bull-tight I nit But we won't go into that. Sol•latito in dedicatingthe bull. H< I* paying thli compliment to tht lady teeted next to me Tor the first time 1 glanced al her—and the glance frteaes into a stare. She has very dark rod hair, very pal* Ivory skin and very bright yellow eyes. 1 mean really yellow, l,ikr> .1 eat'i kid could stop traffl dianapolis speedway IIS THE CHINA SEA I LOST A SHIP OF GOLD -s_ "My name hs Harry l.knr . ." The am who said thai lived—and and illxl In the half-worM her beautiful head to start talKVYOKI.I) l.ORiTft PLAN I Meet General Wei The Kill Bui I Was Jealous THE bull-lighter turn--, U*>< his hat to her 111 tuv ilaj.su., gesture over the ahoulil. 1. and moves, out into tbe sunliglM towards the bull. But as far as I'n concerned, the bull-light U ovei For the lady apohw u, roe. "It Is very pleas your eye upon me, •aid. "I adore being stared But just now, don't you think It's bit disrespectful to our (rlend Soldatit..-" I said: "He's m> Inuid of mine Aad If he's a good Brian 1 1 Benortta, permit me to infon: you that he is my enemj "That was ; graceful speech. Senor. | adore It when men fight over me." "Senorlta, lighting over would be a pleasure. When do 1 begin? How about now* Whoi •hall 1 take on—the man or th Lull?" i going Ibera you this," Arry. Did you ever no rightami. gripped nut* 1 1 '"-SuTabo I found out about gT* ** ^"^ * Ht "'^ the captain. 'Arry. 'E wm 1 naval tn oOea* for 'Itler. Oh and mighty mucky-muck in Nn*i Navy Kuenlgwald That shook me. "Von K.-nlgwald" I repeated But thnl'i Nayda's—" von she lold me she wi It bull-tight. BsM w* there, all right— with the (nsutdatito. I gate-crashed, the l 1 iy inch the brash American. A* 1 had hoped, the r ill-lighter didn't like It He said you are a shabby American l %  •:. and I s.pit at you"' KNOCKOUT And I I Mini a Job 1 BROUGHT my right up, fast. I connected lolldly. and SoldoMo did a back-flip among the '..ibles and crockery. Then he lay Senor." an* I said: "Does he look penitent" ixet he look as If he were asking my pardon? Now suppose you five me your name?" SI., (Hit her jriu into mine and moved away from the wrecked ploaivea. They're all wired table, •! am the Baroness von nd * to go. This Isn't a ship, KoeniKwald." she said. "But you ll s a bomb! And as for what will call mo Nadya." were smuggling—" The next morning. I had the checked him again: "Shut up! forged papers and the captain'* Ther omebody listening" you job safely In my pocket. Nadya told me we were go^i* 10 Hong Kong. Luckily. I'd thought to bring along a little in ^ h l he 7 n %  to. The help's name was (of .„i n(| things) Sidney Carton. He was :in .ployed smuggler, and 1 figured he wa.i crooked enough s-o I could trust him. But he was a real sailor and doing all The real work while 1 w. Iked around in my blue jacket, with t the gold buttons trying to look c *tn port .int. Naturally Sidney Then she said: "Vn takinf jou to meet a very Important man, Harry. You'd better know hut Ban* IfGeneral Wei He wal governor of one of the largest suuth> rn provinces. "The general is planning to reMeve the loM provinces. Luckily, he is a rich man He had many in Tannin It wal my Mtafl MSB mile of hi* wnlth. which will be needed in nig war. I think you have guesr-d what happened to the Karon von Koenlgwald ." I said: "1 think the Baron had I wife and I think his wife .imped him off." "lie wa.s a greedy man. I had •eason to suspect that he planned to take part of the gold for himelf." "Gold?" "Yes, Harry Gold bars bought In Tangier. That's why I couldn't tell you earlier. It would have been too much of a temntation The ship is lined wilh gold. Half ,i million dollars' worth You know those Chinese ship* tice that glass boa in the chart that look like jwne kind of croa. 'ouse with the sign over it that between a Spanish galleon and say* 'Emergency Only'" floating chop-suey store' Well 1 gripped! his wrist. "Hold it a pretty soon we came up to the minute'" biggest and gaudiest on the river. What's wrong 4 Wp were helped on board with a I thought 1 heard ^omething 0 Av'"7 e ul &S5? ** th ered that in a minute we were goALWftS SOCIALLY CORRECT was a eaplivalrns rugae, ami thr Him of hat eaplalb.. The Third Man." ilirir .t cinema aasHence* throushout the world. Harry LiBM lived en the rtai uniil the day he stepped liuUrt Hal that waso'l the end of the atory. For Harry Line had lived many lives, each packed with *aventare. New Ihey eaa be seW. ,.nd the Barbaaea Advocate present* theaa exehaatvrly in Uda new **rwe. Today atory t* "The Gelden Fleter 1 himself 'iah WB ri n There was another the "Utburat of Chinese music, and then he strode in -a burly, broadihouldcrcd, bandine man In the early sixties, as nearly as you can tell the ago uf any Oriental. He wore a well-cut lounge suit and a Panama hat. Hnrhi 'Are. •* .*> w sa. H aT*ted Nadya in Cg,ineM one. Now .,„„ JK C ,h, ••,Bf&J&JZf&FlFjg, Lime Harry, may 1 present my father"" I know you've heard about sharks' Ana and birds' neat soup. but I'll bet you never kaew :i Chinese banquet an las* seven 1 moved across the rlork tonnd a hBlf hourc WeHi th |. ,„„. wards the deep shadow of the ^id—with eating nil the way chart house. Somebody w- standAlong about the fortieth course Tho ctowd waa yelling, aba said: "I think yuu ne.-u not bother about the buU. Look That was a beautiful kill. Wasn't it? The bull kneeled bkc & penitent al his feet. The beast h _ ca ^?l_ u Jt tor J2? aaemed to be asking the torere 1 pardon.' "It should have been the othe way round." 1 growled. "Ah, you are alrcujy Jcalou I aoora that, Mr What 1 your name?" It was Nadya. She said invitingly: "It's too some Imt to sleep. Kep me eompanv. Lame 1 Harry. I'm lonely.*" 'he general asked "May I offer you more rice wine. Captain Mate Vanishes Bui We Made It afraid I've had too mm h already, general. Tell me, I bsow this may sound %  little rude, but I ran't help wonder-in*—Is Nad\.. really your daughter?" Next morning I waa awakened "She Is my only child. Nady.r r thunder of knocking on my mother was a White Russian bin door. I yelled: "Come In!" refugee. I met her in Cheefoo and Matthews, the second officer, made the mistake of marrylnn hei wasn't doing this for love, but entered. Ha said: "I want to talk N>dy, howvver, Is no mistake I didn't have any money to yu. "If. Mr Carton is gone. She is my very precious Jewel, Mr I found It necessary to kid him Wove searched everywhere. vrj Lime. I thank you for taking such that we were carrying contra"horoughly. but there's no doubt ood care of her. %  nsraf T !" .,,,. T„ ;** -JK "* •* %  — ££* M r c,rton n '" o n ,h J2izru&^Rt !" £Zme, Harry, what are you doing ,n '"? ?...,;, ._ Father! The boat—our boat with in Alg*Cira*? N ^ JV. turnp d out, the con 1 x M ,n don t Know now we ma fa lU lhe go id in it—it has vanisheii' I grinned. "Oh . export. w ^""i l,n ""L"" Py*"*^ ' '"to port. The trick waa W irnpori . but 1 d.bble in lotl J m "** '" mp %  h 1 1 '' "' **n n keep the second mate from guesao?niiiigs w *i ,int .?, ,ook P* lon 1 w 7 I"* that I couldn't tell the poop -What n pity! I had allowed ?**; ^ornethlng about this trip from a boaun'K whistle. myself to hope you were a sailor. I am here with my yaflhtf Perhaps you have seen" it in the harbour. A big threc-mastor With a black hull. Wc hi captain. It happened denjy ... I am very sorry you aren't a ship's captain." I said: "Would you believe It. ship's captain, but my as Ashler than all the Ash In Luckily, a little boat came out the sen. I didn't know what, to meet us with the harbour pilot. but I was keeping my eyes open. Dul It's a long haul frsm Panama M Then one night, quite late, be* City ',, Hong Kong, and much al lost Our c u ** ,h "I 00 was down. Sidney as I liked Nadra's c o m%  uiite sudrnm e to h>e as I was finishing a pany I think I would hsve aull IK>W wnve w 1 e rette up op deck. the Job if 1 h dn't managed to tore aft— " 'Arry! ^Arry I found vhjiepered urgtentiy. "The conMatthewIraband. Under the floor-boards nil.l.i-. paptm a rf IB Barton.. !. k !" "' "Wjf*^ !" "7l" %  ><"• 'Arry. and Ifd knock your eyeout Amazing! That's what It Is, mneh n n "'lng' %  i -That OK o1d man. OK," I said. vlaboti! 3W ;i friend a "*** A Botnh! Treninre Ship's Secret "Ibyba 1 miHht to begin with the explosive* Very powerful I'll have somebody down by train tonight." I needed that Job 1 and of ecRirse Bhe knci %  ggtion T was a little fi the seams. I "phoned forger up in Barcelona, and made •rrnngements to cook up some papers and rush them dowi the coast. Then I changed into ihey are. "Arry F-nough to blow came roaring out to meet u-. Nadya my beat shirt—the other onethe ship to China. But that's not and I rode In II uprtver lor a good and went to the bet restaurant the contraband ... Let me ask half-hour before she took it Into t kidding White %  re. stuffing % %  omebody had made off with the vacht. Word came to US It was lining downstream towards the open sea. The general shouted orders, and In g matter of minutes we were all In the speedboat again and the drenching us as we ... yacht. A> eoon she make a good deal with young vve got within halli-.a distance the 1 eneral yelled "Ahoy, there %  '.olden Fleece' Come about and I showed him some papers I irepare to receive us on board or carried proving I *rgg a secret e open Orel" operative from the F B.I. and exThere was a pregnant silence, plained that he had to cover up Then our two machine-guns for me the way Carton had been opened up. to be answered by doing before By the time we got nut of the Canal on the Pacific end, I had everything pretty much under control. It was lste In March when we ighted Hong Kong. A speedboat ithers from the yacht. We had a iingerom gsng of hatchet-men 1 our launch and they put up a rod show. It wasn't long before e were next to the yacht and I >uld see a lot of damage had ren done to the crew on board. As we swarmed over the side. • an page .It fair B8AKD NE* EHCLI3I! 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And because Ihey last so long, they arc moncyc ui-a TiV savers loo. Use a Blue ? Blades J*r OOtaOg Blade in a Gillette Razor —they're made for each other. Blue Gillette Blades rfctariaaf nV INNER CLEANLINESS ? In sport, as in business, ii's (T'V'X fntfy lhat brings incccwl If ivr*" jou're really fit you're full of \ jgJ^'| vigour — and you can achieve fitness very simply, by taking Andrews for Inner Cleanliness. Sparkling, aW Andrews freshens the mouth, settle* lhe stomach, tones up the liver and, finally, gently corrects constipation. An occasiooal glass of Andrews as a %  refresher keeps you on top of your form—jusi a tcaspoonful in a glass of water. DOYOV KNOW that whin foodumallorcedit siarttm u journey which tahei 2 or 3 dayu covering a dit'ant* of 30 or 40 If,t ? Th-M traffic must keep moving constantly, othwrrrite Agitlion becomes ditorgartutd, you feel oul-ofsorls. Sparhhng Andrews regulates the internal traffic grnt/v hit thoroughly, and ensures Inner ClearUineu. 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SUNDAY, M-KII. IJ. lS2 SI NUAV AI>\l>C\TE fAGK riVK HVittliililiing The 1952 Junior Championship iu i I\M\ ROGERS TWI. v. %  Amateur WriRhlhfiing Association of Barbados brought down the curtain on a very successful '< likable to see thr strength and muscles which these lifters possess and it almost gives one the union that ihcv had some sort of 'invisible crane' near at hand to help them lift such ennrmous weights, sometimes double the weight of their body. The Junmr Championship h* "" ~ %  %  — brought f.i thr publli"nr ,i pi.ture < %  • i ,' Hi.*i>ul|i nf tr.i< islam! i It I* ra %  Kir I nk up r In front of the lossssd barbHL and was dwarfed bv the larg) in front of him Get set—lower the bodv— grasp the bar—hold the brcrith Then wiih a terrific pull tha Co up—slowlv at first, inereastnt In speed a the weighf* reirh'-ii CflM high-recoverv. then in I flash the weight*. :ire ovcrlicm. Kase And Calmness Ornnt In the 121 \h lifted with ease and calmness Deep down inside nf hltn there seem* to be a hnmine Ore which uree* him lo di. w.n.riers. The lifters in nil the various divisions have been keen iind have icturnci Bond totals, near in g bSo Seniors. I hope that the %  will take this a* a hint and maintain their suprrmri'v The Committee of Management of the Association mil-' he complimented nn having improved in the organisation of these shows. It is rather i difficult sporto organise, when considered the length of lime It takes. Our lait show should have ended before midnight, but due to the great number of outstanding entrants, the There were only iwo correct Judges took n considerable time to entries to the Advocate's Sporl arrive at their decisions gut* which ended yesterday. C Exlra Attractions Haynes of Hall's Rood beirut The extra attractions, nnd I ranthe first correct entry opened not be too brief in nniiii! Ufcfftn "Jw No,1 "> Warren of Fonlatheir praise, helped to %  'Hrl to the "rile wa the only other person success of the show F. Mustor was to submit a correct entry. outstanding with his acrobatic There was a good response but feat*. It is hard to believe that the majority of entries showed anvone tan hllTlT abOUl half i that those who submitted thein dorrn bottles, one on top of the did them too quickly and fell other, on his chin. Musror made Into the traps included in them It look env ind nftcr tremendous C E Hajne* can call at the applause, he bnlnnrfd the same Editorial Department nf the Ad number 0* hnttles on a pencil vov-le jt II a m. on Tue*de> %  which he gripped between his April 15 and collect til. book teeth. Not content, he called for from the Sport'. Editor. Meantwo chairs and balanced them, nnr arhJle congratulations are ejton too of the other, on his chin, tended to Nolan Warren for the He also babmoi performance of beta.; chin. 'he nly other reason to subml* Mutnr lold me thr hfl tM a liutrMl Oatiy, balance a chair with someone The *ccod Qulr will appear due In the Tuesday issue of thlt to short notice he WH not able newspaper to arrange |fr th iw Mat Nest (n the crawl, the back stroke mnks highest in effVc-enej, it measured b> ihe test nf sp eed In fact, although there are a i.umber of variations, in fundsmental pattern the backstroke t the ctawl stroke done with the swimmet lying on his hack. As i result. i*itain movements can '-red The start of the bark stnske Is >ade ft*m this awrtUtm The -wimmei lies on his back with rhe body hear)* flat upon the water. The riead is Ughtl> raised, the correct position l-rlng .ill allied If the swimmer wntchehis feel as they kick. The chin is down 'In the neck". Arms are down at the sides, legs together %  minted and the whole nod> relaxed as much a* poagl• Now to start the Stroke. The left -houMer is IlfWd slightly over the water and then the left arm is thrown our and oteoy from the body orer the water so no water is splashed in the face. The arm w thoroughly relaxed. .md i therefore thmsen ,nd not ulaced The hand is dropped Into the uater when the arm is Just a little i>a*t the rtetajhl of the -boulder, and as tt is dropped mln the waler the right %  houldet %  nd arm start through the same movements just d e sc r i bed for the left arm The hand is dropped palm itirwn until it is about six mohea under water. Pressure is then ipplled to the? water by the arm md hand, the elbow being kept straight but the hand gripping the water The arm make* rtgular sweep six or eight Inrhe* djaop in she water, acting as nn oar of a row boat IMhlM 4 IIK Kl I The Topic of Last Week Mr. Karl Hants, Prealdau of i *l Cricket Boud af Can tral and Mr D P Lacy. Honorary I-itlmtw •* Traaasurax af U* Board wen intrauait throagfc |kaoat am TrMay •rwrnoon by B.W I A from Jamaica on tatatr v y t Brltlsb Oman a to attend the Annual MeeUaa af tha Wast lndi-a Oneket Board. At thr airport to mft thm wort Mr. Jol > OssMsnl. West Indies Captain. h:wlfa and tureo daagktora. Mr. Koaaa and Mr lasaf ar rved at h.3o by B.W.I A frees Jaaulca and left Baawall ithortly after 690 for Trinidad wear* ttty will make air connections fi Unti-h Oulana The sseatlrut opens at tkt Carlo Hotel Oeargt awa on April IS and eae* thr followlni BarMr. KantcorJirmeS earlier e|>orts that ssMthei be aar Mi Lacy wart soaking re election ta their reapectlrt positions an th' Board Position Of Leqgue Clubs Unchangivl Oai Un CatreiptaOeatl .,.,,„ MiddU'sborough whu had LONDON. AprU. II. „., watl lwu previous uway The lirst round ol Easier hails *jne, collected t a valuable .:uy games has brought no changes poaW .n the poaition of clubs at the top Shtffirld Wednesday Second and bottom ol the lour EnfUan u, v i, lim leaders. l>est llrentford uivuions. 'Iircc-pau at CrllTen Park to reHowever. Portsmouth winning „,„ helr g^,, vetag e lead over .. three-one victory against Derb. nirnnniham who beat Cardiff by have come up level on points ir UIAr icore. -vilh Manchester United ami ^ 0 pii/es aie offered foi BUCSS Arsenal, both of whom were Inmg who got Sheffield's joal. Yes, volvcd in away draw. Port*„ WM redheaded centre forward nouth have played two games p^iey v.ho brought hat total for more than Arsenal and one more h ,. ..„,„ to forty-foui Blrhan Manchester United. mmgham's winning goal ugain-t Both Fulham and Hudderslleld. CardW ainr from the visitor's the bottom clubs, were boaten. \ vU bl | C k Sheiwoo.i whose bark Millwn-trt automobile rTchuc *nd Ss they are respectively flv. p .aunhi goal-keeper IlowelU %  nthuslasl Ton. Vandcnell hm. nd four point, behind Stokes i„ lurpram ven ArKOntlnas Frollan Uonraiesi City, their chance, of avoiding [„ ihe Tlnrd Division it is ioll> Wlule or* Hem is inakuig thisweep under the water the othei arm is thrown back in preparation for a pull on the other side The arms operate like the double pncldle of .i ranoe: there is no pause, as one pull" Ihe other recovers Ace Will Drive Millidivniiv"Car LONDON, Apnl 12 .'., I for n young mnrkable p< B % %  Han. Splendid Frhlhiflon The Roeklev Reach Club's Blnncinp 'enm nve a .plendid evhthitlnn P Tulle their lop man was exceptionally ffond. One of the blKhllghts of 1e sbmv wna Judo Knife Display i f Oraen nnd his partner "Miss Bridgetown. IB year nin Rhlrlev Pc. pave a performance K oal-posu. in b^nd-balancine Wtttl BhlSasW Fields md ncrrv Allevne She W I .,. NlinwcWteW" nart in ""C of 'be A W A P -bows T cannot end srWhoui paving a lyfHrtc b) Tnhn Marshall wtjOWM Mr Barbados Junior. His ^leetion was n nor"'" one. FOUOWIIIK an* the question* with tin %  .vcrs. If a player kirk* a football and tt bursts on Its way to the goal but still enters the goal. -*iould the referee award a goal or not. Answer; No. The ball must be fully inflated when it passes the goal-line between thr %  hV chance to drive his cr in n-*W rrlrgatkm are now -xtrcmel' ,,.,, Bsa I, online gafsJl Mondays race fa the Richmond, ftender dfcng and Hiishtoii lost to-day TTOphy at Goodwood. Sussex track Newcastle Defeated in the StMmsVtl **-rlini ( lo gn The race will be over twelve Notice by the way. that the nip P uth a -i\ poMH lead and in laps ol the Goodwood Circuit^—a holders and finalists .igain this ihe Northern section l total of 30 miles. This will IMtstar Newcastle sufTen-d their MO:l ree-flll victory at Soulbpofi Tucker Wins Spoon Shoot Xtm tlrat Spoon biioot loba held b. the Struill Dore Rlfje Club took place yesterday at the Drtll Hall with good hglit prevailing and there were aliogethei Ideal conditions. -n.wer: mo. .ne m M G Tucker emergeU winner which came intn errert in with the good score of M point* rula thnt the referee should How many runs did the first wicket partnership between George Challenor and Tim Tarllton yield in the first Innings against Trinidad In the 1927 Triangular tournament at Kensington? Ati-'A.i There was no first Mcket rartnershlp in the first unlngs bet ween George Ohalenor and Tim Tarllton in the natch against Trinidad in the 1927 tournament. E. L. G. Hoad >nd C. A. Browne opened. 3. If a player is ruled 'offside" in water-polo, does he have to leave the water? • Answer: No. The %  Newcastle suffered their suetli cesslve home defeat since beatttik ke Blackburn In the semi-final. This Qi ..-nil i i unsby. in, %  pomp rules IH51 ard opposing FOOTBALL'*""" **$* out of a possible 100. T A L. a free throw to the Roberts coming second with 98.80 team. points. This competition Is shot off on the handicap drop point system ^ FninT^ member^'hind? UUM until the referee Mft> cap bSng h,s pilous month:, "-'ted the end of the game. ovcrngc The> TeBina The following are tbe eight The teams were as foUovrs:— bait scores: Spartan: Atkins. Gibbons, M G Tucker 99, T. A. 1. RobHowen. Morrison. Haynes. Isherts 98 80. M. A. Browne 88.68. macl, Git tens, Wood. Grant. HOG Marshall 98 66, L. W Jcmmotl. Griffith 11 awl 1 98. H. W. Webster 97.66, Empire: Robinson, Grinl, P. A.""D. Johnson 97.33 and M A Tucr 96.33 At the end of the shoot, Mr, T. A. L. Roberts, the club caploin, presented Mr. Tucker with the spoon. Smith. Maynard, Dougla-s. Rudder, Taylor, Norvillc. Symmonds. Dray ton, Alleyne. Referee: J. Howarth. A. Parrls and J. T. Archer. HYDROGEN Schoolboy!, know that two parts of hydrogen unite explosively with one of oxygen to form water Hydrogen Iproduced commercially in vast quantities by reversion this process Water. In the form of steam. Is apUt up into its .-"iiditurnt elements by passing it over red hoi cose The carbon in the coke jnltes with oxygen In the steam to form rarbon monoxide an i iioxlde When thes> are removed from the mixture, hydrogen is left Lightest of all the elements. h> drogen occurs free Ifl nature In volcanie gases, but exists In the atmosphere to the extent nf only '>i p part In a thousand Combined with carbon it is present in nearly all animal and vegetable tissues. Th* high proportinn of hydrogen In ordinary coal ga is due to its release from the organic matter from which coal is formed. Industry uses hydrogen for many purposes. Some of the vegetable oils used in Ihe manufacture of margarine require hardening by chemical combination with hydrogen. ThK . done before they are Incorporated in the fiial blend of fats of which margarine is made. Hydrogen is used in welding and in extraction of metals. Thousands of tons are needed every month by 1.C.I for making synthetic fertiliser' It Is used in the production of petrol fron creosote oil and ^s*^^^^^*.! coal, for making industrial alcohols and as a constitu_r I Q* I ent of urea, one of the moat important raw materials %  ,n plastic* manufacture. All these, ga well as hydrogen tUalf, are produced at the Blllingham works of I.C.I Eczemalkh Killed In 7 Minutes r.l i il". MM %  -, I ip|. irn* ,..,,. ( %  .,.. I .,M-...|. 'Mi.i> ..ii^iiv. "ir tSey V %  -iiNixodcrm 1 or Sinn Trouble* << STOMACH PAINS ~, A.A.A.H. %  NTKR-I-LI II I VIII K ATHLETIC SPORTS M RpMlncInn OVAI Thimday. Illh Vi.r.i It Bon EVENTS IMLIIH Tor M 100 yd*. 220 yt. 440 yd* MO yd. 1 Mil. Flat. Hull •lump K I-oriK Jump Par \\—. 100 ydi. no ydi. for bon IIHIPI and OVM 10. I Mflo Cycle tot boy. uNdar 10 100 yd*, and 220 yd. rar rHrh 50 ydfe 100 yda. and under and 16 DUE TO INDIGESTION %  fie from CAINS rOM v H InlKi. MM I BAN HRANI) rrOMACH POWDPH f^tnanddSK-irii %  aSBBBtl "It%  IM KieaulVaU> %  SaaWikcdfoiniot* Uae !nnf a* ••In? BV Smnaa* Pain., flrtrrthurn fLsruit'. Hin and Aafttt • ALSO IN rWT FOM MACLEAN • SAND %  assssasl • Fowde* 1HIII a) o. LID. I Uadaa. ,_"' l * •"• Ear Hfrn-. inur-cia., B„, ^j, OMi t'rr-l* Cvrnta %  > mlla. I mil*. 3 mllr. A Claat. Intermrdlafc and B Claaa mil" for A & IntermWiala combined 1 Mil. Opm iitrlf. man raavh thr A-lalaau Srr,.|„, c/o Carrbtrtan a> Haaty. Lawaa tr*H. kr 4.10 „ m an "Ih AatH MIMI-..IHS Krnlnrton Ktaad I kallran. Stand l.'nnovrrrd Ground* tint 1/ M. 'Iround. an available for pr • 191 CO etl Tueadaj*. Wednesday. and Friday. from 5.4S p.m. rZTrO ACHIEVE ,0,000 ,le>>"'W g#l|fmpUKLOP E3f w&H, cm f&Jt/ DUI1LOP ^y LJ FOR


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r\CT. TEN SUNDAY ADVOCATE SUNDAY. Industrial Survey Of JVa Arranged KINGSTONJ limn A, D 1'tilf, Inc. I'tused States rinn of mdu> trial cisnaail laiils have entered into I"luonth contract w, in the Jamaica Government linfUClrtl an industrial survey oi (be island'* i>otenlialiUel. Member* ef the firm. Including Mr. A. O. Haldane. [urnnrlv attached 10 ine I^p-rtmenl of Commerce m UM t'm.ed States. are at present in ibo island currying out tnc Initial Huge* of the survey This Irttrwcond M| industrial pUoii.iiti project undertaken by the Govetmnent In the past month *kc InicriKitional Bank %  for Reconstruction and Development already has a livi--tn.i.i i] usalon in Janaica mapping plan* fr Uidu aUaal develci11 %  Uio -agfiniinie Uovernmen' hat cilgQlbhed an Iudustnal Uevelopmtnt .Corporation to be linanced from .aland revenue. under the chairmanship of Mi Neville Aitic.., %  company director •tfetatori deductionfrom th.-Jl export price of .uj-r JI in Jamaica remain unchanged feTi] ix-ATTOtNIY OINEIAl J. Howard McGrath settles down for a quiet thia year. J ,,ning at home in Waihlngton with hU wife and their ion, David Although the export price his*! junta. 14. followinghla"resignation"as U.S. Attorney General. A few inurs before, McGrath had fired the Administration's corruption hunttt, Newbold Morris, from his Justlre Department poet. (International! How the famous Bennett College can help your career through personal POSTAL TUITION l" TOU ram thai ou tanix* -an the i I ((ami which will uo.ililt I.HI i an h i %  i' tour career by missed flu .... 01 V. il i I his assurance %  given bv itw < >< a* a akjaj at yusr pace! No esinii arc trurged All books are tree to iiudtnu Year latest eitrir ntii . Voor own Tutor will help you. will bring o-t taw dktvc mcM in you. Ami ihtre n uleo more than you imagin* \ ou will (>ualirrl AadOualif-.auonin'.inrer-ona! liruermao*. First choose yot.r vuctasct — thrti aaad (without oMgatior.i lot The Boaoett Cohagc tjwk on ktjBf u haxt stow ttae OUT tK courci flu mxmncoisMM IN HICH OF JHISI HIS T0K IBTa?!' .*. tank* QBSSJ*S r une Ha—i tatssVaSi IUMMMM W-t.t— sssrt.-. S*.MI..** <•>,1M0 M.*T OVMCM I Km I. SMT7H J. I t l4 %  J I ta Uw o m w. MltHaWKin-l M B '' BejM for Antigua's Cotton industry(From Our Own Correspondent) R. C. G. KASTWOGD, C.M.G.. aa Asaistant t'nder Hecretary of Rlate for the Colonlee who is in rharge of Fro%  lulii.'i Marketing and Raveanh department of HiColonial Oanee. vaulted Antigua for five daya aooonapanted by Mrs. taatweww. Mr Eastwood said he did not think it was necessary to regard OILfuture of Antigua's cotton so gloomily. Two hundred and one bales of the new variety VH8 which is said to be in the class of St. Vincent Sea Island Cotton had been recently shipped from this island to the UK for the first time. It was possible that Antigua might find a market foi this new variety In Britain aj %  j fctill %  demand for thai of the St. Vincent type. Mr. Eastwood also said that Antigua might be able to secure oth.r markets for her cotton with the United State* or France and enquiries were already being made of these countries. basH in.reased, the Jamaica Ex-, Lcutlve Council has decided c represents Mom from the Sug; Manufacturer's Association thi deduction* for the price stabillsa-] tion fund, the capital rehabihtau n fund nnd the sugar workers welfare fund should not be Increased over the 1912 level. At present in Jamaica on a location survey is a four-man te im sent here by Paramount pictures. Inc. The team is interested in %  '' 'Sooth Sea" location. C Paramount Pictures, it Is re-l jKirted. plans to spend apurox-" imately two million dollars In !" JiirMlca this year for the (llmingt of sj. number of motion pictures n Mr. Allan F. Rue. West 1 TesA. Cricketer, who return* I lhe Island recently alter a tour I of Australia and New Zeal.iiid'J was admitiM last week to pmcft tiuc gs a barrister-at-l..w in the f Supreme Court. Mr. Rae was called to the Bar :.' the In^ "I Court. lndon. on Ki vember 2'., last year. • • • Dbwatisf action has been expressed locally over the appointrrent of Mr John McLsgan. O.a.t. to be Collector General -f J. in.iicu. Ix>csl opinion bus favoured jams .*-bom Mr. Hugh \ \ %  collector Geni %  il. wh. l i* acted in the bighvr pod on several occasions. Mr. McLagnn served In various colonial territories an-i on his re-* turnng to Hollywood. tirement from the Colonial %• %  • • !>olnted Inipcc'"r Genual Jnmalco's cocoa crop has of Customs and Excise '" Ii^'l He tarred to come in and the world was subsequently Chairman "I nmrket Is still very good, the Custom. Union Commission of *i the four weeks since the crop the British West Indies, and hi* *tnrten In these terrlother charges. IM at n early date. • • • • • A three year Improvement H..1I> %  '%  '! Mueks Actor, Errol eheme for expanding the breedtlNCMID by U. S Attorney Genii J. Howard McGrath. Government corruption hunter Newbold MorrU relaxes with the pigeons In Washington's; Lafayette Park. "I guess we can draw the conclusion from the action of Mr. McGrath that Washington doesn't want to be investigated." said Morris. Shortly after. McGrath reined. (JwtrrnaHonal) war Rosette Wins Robertson Trophy ilrst lounsta hotels. It hi the TichJomalci. ..Held Hotel at Port Antonia just Department of Agriculture oppositeNavy Island, an tsk-1 off capital cost of 230.1>'J W.I. uollan.. ihe coast of Portland, which Flynn the orogramme aims at extending l*iught some years ago the Jersey herd In the meantime Errol and his Government and wife. Patricia Wynmorc, n r c t-o with plans for |h construction of a new Hotel nt Folly, a properly also acquired by the Flvnus POCne nine ug : %  rm Oar 0- I -tr-.p.*.nll POHT-OF-SPA1N, April 12. The first day's races of the New Union Park four-day meeting i held to-day was a day on which r all but one favourite was beaten. The only favourite whicn did if t | taste defeat was Mr. C. do Bernard's Rosette, ridden by Sunny Hotdcr. Rosette won the third race—the Robertson Trophy easilv Second was Viking, followed by Highflier. A feature of the I race day was the Leaseholder Trophy and $2 000.00 won by Mr. William B. Scott's Helllcan by four lengths from Dr. Cyril Qitlen's Astorlan. Mr. C. A. Pelrce'i Nutonlte was third. The second day's races will be haa been started by the run on Eaner Monday. Flynn and his wife are nt present in Jamaica following the hearing of the civil action In the l.hamas, for a short stay before HAStDWAV BLICTRIC IVftPMH TBorav S If!. 'Xi llt.l lied bv that < > tuvu>iu. tnd Viktne. 3rd tliahnirr l : INI1 t LBASSBOLDIBB TlOrHV < Im.. A •> I .--!- rum lUlliean. tnd Ailorloo; Brd HoWTtm: t ttl/S mtn< a u" Tmorenr • **-* rs ra B r-r*n-is a m m AWAY NASTY COUGHS COLDS LIKE MAGIC WITH HIGHLY MEDICATED BICKLEY'S WHITE ROB **•*• *• No other RUB has these R^ 4 Important Features Swmlay'i WhS* l H b Is Mofhari, now you %  IIIry of hlddlai' !" ii o ttnti with '-f (%  ;-. Whlli TWO-WAY *'^'^.*-'-'-----'''''''•''-*-'-''*-*'*''**-*-*-*'*'***' k undertaken during the period has produced a nucleus of a distinctive breed of tattle, high In nilk production and adapted to loeul climatic conditions. Work on tne Holstetns has also i>cen fairly satisfactory, but oaring to the high percentage'of animal. M ^ H ^TT' n 5 M'""' !" ''" Inch have had to be discarded. the results cannot be said to be as promising as with the Jerseys. It is now considered necessary to extend the Jersey programme lo breed sufficient animals to supply the need of local farmers and oUter British Caribbean terrllorlei huh huve been making requests Ftvnnhaa ...tughl one of Jamaica's ing programme of dairy cattle in for Jamaican cattle. a BbBKIABNIT TaoraTsr CMM I — at i rru. I-I Fatnileu*: >d Alibaba; .ltd Prtnenl P..'.vv Ti" IS31.B Mins. V STAI'BLSa TBOPHV %  .... rt a n. T>,.-.-...:.-.I* .*I T s r.fi. I.I Qallant * %  fnd rtiins Rochj Jrd rhamiaiina II Tjmi l.H Mina. %  I'MTIII Btrnah i'n BOI. ('!• CI I Cl Wiaaan Oat* 1 rarto. I-I Brumlna. ind Catrful Annk, Srd vi Mix Hi Tima I 111 Mini WVAW,WAV,V,W^ '*e>**,*Av-',*-'*--v'-*x.'-'/'---v>'^ HERE IS Jw.U) to pMMJUJJL Ask for Esso Extra Motor Oil. the best oil your money can buy. Preserve the value of your tar, by Using Esso Extra Motor Oil betasse it contains: V Special j Inhibitor" -prevents corrosion of alloys. 2. 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PACT TWO -lYIiXV ADVOCATE SUNDAY. APRIL IX 152 ANOTHKR THHI FftOM K KM II iDltl 41 PI ilMMBMIfWM( %  %  /II*| The Blue Veil... or the Wedding Veil ...which -houiil -he choose? VOII #M*,V*. i.JJ A ft..in ,,.„, 1*1 i/ 4 i III vim s Ml" HKIIM'.ITOVW (Dial 231*) The Big Town' UlUNicul lllittM •jol everythliiff ooo o ..•...'.s..% % %  <"•• %  %  J ->--,. HOWaiD HUGI> • TWO TICKETS TO BROADWAY TtCHHICOLOB in \\ kHASN* ^fc JANE WrMAN TNEELUE VEIL CHARLES UUCHT8M J8* llONEll-KICliM CARLSON iSNES MOQREI.LAD DON TAILBB IIBIH TBnER CTRIL CUSACX EVERETT SLBAMEMATAUl Will iH'fMNC. fill KM! \. 17111 4 AS AND Hit fl -, rv TONY .JANE! "MTIN HIGH V•' G10RIA DeHAVCN [A. (DDK MACKEr. • ANN Mil IEK V • • %  •• %  >ii < %  • m emu. in ougnvu MONDAYS SPECIAL #30* M a 1 30PM CHEROKEE UPRISING \i.u s//<>*/>, i; //// I itI'IIt I tilt It St I anil I tulinmimi OUL t "A 1*1 v I | | || MN lbiiny Pwple MUM %  • *ntn ./ i />/ I Ifc/M. M W( iff .* o* Lovt: hnmm im *n MWGMIEIT COWBOY CAVALIER" JMK> WAXD.Y IIXKH MCI I Mi .) \11fi £M> Calling hi t or Tin: rAVHt\nr, iihiKin mi m v I HI > I 1H % .< %. Ml I*,-*. %  \flll> INI BUI IIIM H INI il\K CLIFT TAYLOR SHiiar ^INTERS.GEORiiEsresm; A P14fE TIN THE SEN ->mfttmssfii( %  s*a II mm 111 .IWOaWWBH!-. HiBOIICISTrvlN. '(sAc Cora/ c^ee/ e//6 The Club has tloaed temporarily for alteration X Re-openinc dale will be announced later. I14.S2— \ *iis i ii?iy^?^! y^--V--^--'^y *''*''' v ''*''''''''' '''''''''*''' t -'-'-*''-'''^ %  lusl II hul lhi> //..<•<... •#-/< I.IOKI Pre%ral> I aHr 1.11k) -nliM.,., %  %  a. I* p.—. tmm •ISBIMSIII BBN lor ••or • *.<* %  I ft I IHI I K HOW W6_aN_Aj|ijsi f .. Jf A Goywr rhon "Anno Gel "j Gun"! More melody rr.cciie. i"Jj *on "Coruw i Richer in romonce rhon Show Boot L T lO.M.MANDKK JOHN EASTLEY. ttWMHb appointed A.D.C. lo HU ftoceliency the Oowrrtor of Trrnidd. left for England on Friday by the rstssaM rW a holiday -flee %  ass-dots about seven iTrOalhs here. Ho was [ accompanied by MrKaslley. Other p.wn|r leaving for 'England oy the unw opportunity |wei w Mr. T. Neri Pierce. MB[ijiiH Direct'*!' of Messrs. James A. Lynch and Co.. Ltd. who has %  SDate ijpon a tnree~ month nu*ii*e^~ his youngest brother ho ngone to study UVK \ and will be n. !• I in Messrs. Cusletsn Dliolt and | Co., lr.rorpar.led AceounUnls of i London. Mr*. Victor Lewis uf I W<.t i nmg who has gonr lo join ritr husband, a law student a' Ln,„ln's Inn Mr Ashley itiilltrr UM Royal Bank of Canada asva I MM Phtlllpa who are on holidaMr SB. Martin, owner of Hevln I Rnnk Shop, Southamplor hli wifr I and motlMr who were holiday u;* rtereal Kent Houe M ' Laali* Chabral. Civil Scrvnl ol H.if riatomi. British Gularrn who u on an month*' leavp Hr aasMl about three weeks here wttk his aunt* Mrs. T M. R Street U.S. Cenaul'i Wif M Kb ti o nAM&tV flow CopotUiatrn, Jonm-rk, arrned oar* j-uru> moimn. u> La4> RoA-wy fi*-o Boa ton •iw* natut. ua\eikd JI t* tn*. tMsssI asrt AM UALA. Sbe has no. I Awsasa s> %  aaa hft husband who U a* auvatrwom Consul here staying s* owafhsrd House. Sha -"-A that she had a level) m a-l th way down She slojj•M a* -t U aetsss ntand* ana ilttDM St Looa very aiucb. >iai<> of the AhMno-D passengexi who •r* inkiTit the round trip on u>e • —ae-i her to and place tar ibcaa m B-ThAdot lo apeno the winter on\h.*. Also armina. k) < same oj,[portunjly was Mi Alan McF-rI lane a retired b—>iirt*man from [ Cltariotbssvilie. VhrtWot, who h_Ireasw out far kang ho..ia> Mr/rni M eueati of Mr and Mrs' OB bar we> to Barbadoa. Mri hamaey ta>ed far a ' i eventnR Bsioro you If p o nat fi ., %  .. w — r for your *.-uam.. tuave lo dreldc what | il"a to be. Tour chaait-e ah., U ui determined not only by } isrsaaa. but ulso by j -octal ana tliioii, i| rumstances, where you live i ca*on of th yer^ your cri'uri'h and the number of friends and you wish t„ include type returned home the by the S S Celeanbir. Also returning to Dominica uV C'orMahtt VM Mi S' Ceorg* rri.ilves ^^. u,l*iinieno<-m of A"BuaicaUy trie- r e thi— cullure. who was hajre an a P r than merit ... With their livestock tievH.^inrn' Mr. ShiIIinrfatd and Mr Bully i ng at lb* Marine Hotel wh'le Mr. Cooper wa* at Stiver (iu-t Houc. Buiineit And PleAturr R A MRS LM re. who wan,"'"'"P"'" ^.-Idln,, formal, ul.ra-l %  II v.n.tlon, ,t iHmmt type.. Tlier. ure vm-ying dcurees of (, and a large wedding c. need nol be followed bv %  ecppilon or -i small wedding u. a amall party. Four brlde.n RAUH HUNTE -n(i ltfle maid Mr. r. M UrGItCOR Routini Viiit residing ,..,.: . %  r on k trti'day 'Alvoro". St. They arrived by the Friday afternoon. .i minu' who I. Manager of %  h. Pan-or-fg aneta ^f Industilal Agtnclea Lid. and Trlof honour, if .„,, V.MJ ma, hv^ b.,11, and a matron of hi big wedding Tout oarrt, n the logical matron ailrt "" unmarriad slater or beat fuen',1 may serve aa maid. The bniu. i.i.id. .hould Include the ,££, i.r th. groom Young girl, from B ACK in Barbadmon um-! hli '^JT""^, ,„oiinivl.il. Il MI. F M. ,ce WG^f OP*. !" 10 !" ... : ... -,.„ .. .,. %  Uvanau Service, of Tiaiunia „, oilfield Service. Ltd. laid eleven to mld-teen> may .nd is -Uvmg a. the Ocean View ^ jjgj HoV ^ yt A RR1VIN0 on Friday by tho Diviiional Minafer Returns f\ SS Faike nernadoMe bta Martiniuur for the Raster indtM K II L S ASCOUGH, Dldays were Mr. and Mr, Steve visional Manager Cable jnd Carney. WireleA. (W.Ll Ltd., who had Mr. Carney American Vicebeen on a .hoit visit to Turk* Consul in Martlnio. between the age*, _*ht to be moat efTerjclaiid returned Friday evamng h; Iain, i M W I A -n tcr Isabel and also for a holiday returned from Jamaica on Pndav evening by BW1A Ft* Lemjue Conference M ISS NOLA CLARKE, a pupil of gucenS Collage and daughter of MrBeryl Clarke of Wiusbiiiv' Hrlttow Cross Bond, left by B.W.I. Airways on Wadne>< should bs> four and tiva. Menoure? Your FlnanriHl ObUffaitioiu Listed as "reapon-ibilitie> tnat belong to you and your I are yoOr wedding eti'i-ml brideS trousseau, invitations and announcements, all floral decorations, the brldeamalds' bouquet* (unless the bridegroom wiahe -o pay for them), Kifts to bridal attendants and tokens to frtenda ^sllo lend aa^tstance-—-arith music. .*r. and all church expenses, excejit the cleraryman's fete. The bridaJ dinner he-forp (or after) rehearsal usually H xiven by the bride's family, but may be taken over by AMONG the passenger* arriva^. groom v family, if Ihey are ao t X ing here „n Friday from ,'Uposed. Other obligations of the For Indefinite Stay A MONO the recent arrival* 1c Attended DAUfhter'l £* lr "land lor n holiday was ,,, .. IT Mil. Elouise Angov. widow %  formeily Chairman of the Barbados and Trinidad Diatrirt of the disposed. Other brlttVl tainitv include housing of oui-of-town bridal attendants and special guests of both famines. transportation of the bridal party and of both families to and f'om the church, wedding photograph*, %  iifK to the bride :ind rtO rthPAp. lion expense* Next Week: "ReA the Time and Place" ...d "Concentrate an Invitations". ,vh > U.S. Fire A RRIVING her the C*nd Rigging ContractoJ\ -d Philadelphia He expect* U) >tr for about ten d*ys while %  .rvd d.ughler will be re 'II .. Tlr il TWO TICKETS TO BROADWAY J CHEROKEE UPRISING' ft COWBOY CAVALIER %  ON A ..a. ,'l il in in"" %  ssamgUiigj for Jamaica and month'.-! hollCTarnivnl and urther holiday. . J „ .. %  •i.i. ""it iiiiiniaii i-i'iirt-< il Vlir ,ia> miht Ian to at end the MathMethodist Church has now gone odin Annual Oiru League Tonto wor , n n.gi.nd. . ni |„ su „., fwencc. Wataon. Senior Dearanes. of the Saw will ixweoit the ConferfMrb^ic. „a Trinidad Di.lrlet ,„ce MI delegate from the Dal,,„ ,„,„. „„ „ k JV ,. kellh M.lhodlit OlrU 1 Lriguc. After the Conference which b To Study Economtci expected to elon' tianorrow. Ml.. .„ liKEN viLLE TOMPtV. wif us. M sa •*- j s o m Wood ol Woodbrook. Fort-ofvanl attached to the L.-burDesjnain partment, wn intransit on Friday >""i on the S.S. Corambte for 1'Jiglanci. vvill be To Reside Here He u on in months' kM\e um d *>' ing which l.mc he will like a ,," r ^ Ha \* ^^ " hl f * ,h M R F. P. COLLINS, an Archlcourse in Economics at tha '^endon vs Fir< Br '8 d tect of Trloldad who has School of BconomJcs. Also arrivins; by the Cslombie Just retired from business, arrivOther intransit psssengen. from ** r h ? r *J "' 3 r h" h ot "Meiwr, ed m Barbados on Friday bv the British Oulana on the Cslen.Ntr Brown Oap, Haatings. .ml Mrs. CsksBaUa to reside at his new on Friday on their way to Ti.di.. Cemphvl! Stuart of Bank Hall who premise* in Sandy Lane. St vi, the United Kingdom were Mr. *• %  *"' six w *' k '•> Trinidad They James He was accompanied by H Harricharan, a iludcnt of East w nl do *n M ^ l f u hUdren CM.. Demerara. who has gone to -**• %  oVOr Mn. Collins came over herp^^ University lo study Modicine and Mr. S. Sookraj. a school teacher, attached to the Berblce Educ.ition.-i I Institute. He will L EAVING for England on Fit"J"^ ) M d "' 1 '>* at tb day by the SS Colombie Li c -i _i n on 41 months' leave wu Mrs t*W tnfineenng Course ank Bysoe, Sen,r Engluh \n\*R NOEL SMITH and Ms rss of Queen's College iT *Ernest (Sonny) Gtlkes. both I the various places urir r*D'oyee of Messrs. Cable and ill vMl will be Stratford-on Wlrele*j Ltd. are now on their Avon to attend a three-*eel. way to the United Kingdom to courn' at Shakespeare's Memon*. >tudy Cable engineering. Theatre under the auspices ol the These are the rtrst two local British Council. youngsters to take advantage of the course sponsored by Cable Transferred and Wireless. They lefl here on the course sponsored by Cable and R EV. EDWIN L TAYLOR, expect to spend 18 months In the formerly stationed In TrinlU.K. The first nine months will dad with the Port-of-Spain Circuit be at the London Training School of the Methodiil Church, has now and the remainder at the Cable been transferred to the Bahamas, and Wi-ele-a Residential School He arrived here during the at Porthcumo, Cornwall, week by R.W.I A %  ildad Noel Is the son of Mr. and Mrs. and will be attached to the Bethel Wesley Smith of Beckles Road Circuit until May 71 when he wn Ue Email to the son of Mr. and leave* to take up his new duties. Mr* E G Gilkes of River Ron-J. Ihree weeks ago. College MUtreu Greitada Legislator T HE HON'BLE T A. MARRYSHOW. C.B.I.., Deputy Bombov President of tho Grenada Uni*y riv usttve OotincU, kuend, by B W l week'* holiday. In the Grenfor a READERS' RECIPES Readers of the Advocate are invited to send In their own recipe* for publication. 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PAGE FOIR SUNDAY U)VOCATE SUNDAY. APRIL 13. 15J WORLD FAMOUS ALES FROM BURTON. ENGLAND %  AND ^orthm£km BREWED AND BOTTLED TO PERFECTION NOW ON SALE AT J. N. GODDARD & SONS Ltd. BRIDGETOWN AUSTIN A 40 -DEVOiV THE MOTORING MARVEL OF YESTERDAY SEE ITS SUCCESSOR THE AUSTIN A 40 "SOMERSET' YOU'LL BE ASTONISHED WITH THE MANY IMPROVEMENTS ON THIS CAR SEE DETAILS OX I'.U.i: 15 NO COMPLETE SURPRISE N O one who has followed Ihc history of the Spartan-Empire fixtures, celebrated locally for she needle competition which .hey render and the fanatical support of their respective supporter!, Cww,n, aaanrta Mid be completely surprised at the result yesterday afternoon. Time OUVCtLI %  jfTOCTUllo and time again an upset win. one way or the other. In fixtures between these two teams have constituted the deciding factor In the award of a cricket or football trophy. Empire missed too many Chan... for scoring and at Ihi NOTRE DAME SHOULD BE 1952 B.A.F.A. CHAMPS W.I. Cricket Board Elects Officers This Week Spartan Defeat Empire One—Nit SPARTAN (Tony Haynes — — 1) UPSETS AT UNION PARK Heilican Runs Away With A) o. s. t:ofP/\ calndaUoni in the B.A.F.A. %  n partfsssfl when they defeated K >al of their fixture at KcnaingSPARTAN upset %  Jim Division cc Empire by the onl> ton yesterday Sitei It Is true that on the strength of the last Spartan performance that it was gcnrrjlly felt that Empire, already tied on points with Notre Dame, would consolidate their position as the only real challenger for the champion.*..p. by virtue of a win %  I UM i-xpense Of Spartan in their return fixture. Leaseholds Plate BY BOOKIE •"JpilE opening event at Union Pork has just been X finished as I write these notes and I was hoping that it would also upm a new chapter in the career of the Jamaican bred Paris. But alas I presume he must still be off form because he ran unplaced to Rock Diamond, Sun Glee. Budha, Wavecrest and Assurance .who were the first five in that order. For Hock Diamond, although it does not signal his return to form, it shows that hs* Is In good enough health to carry on where Tnls Victory for Spartan placed Notre Dame in an exhe picked back up last Christmas whan ha won for the first time since CeUent position lo win the B.A.F.A. First Division Cup. he was a three-year-old. Both himself and Paris, it will be rcmemIhey having 12 points to their credit with wo matches to bsrjd, rmw*J^S?S^ot^m%SS' ^Taffhe"^ play. Kmpire and Spartan each has one other Rame to EMPIRE — 0 SPARTAN yesterday evening defeated Empire by the lone god tat IhwT First Division Fixture before a fairly large crowd at Kensington Oval. The goal came about ten minutes before the close of play when Tony Haynes coaverted an indirect free kick. lav. with 12 points to their credit. %  — %  %  % %  %  ,. The gaine which provided some excitement during the first half, did not have the finish expected. Too many opportunities were lost by Empire, although they played the faster and more enterprising gamo lUWalsb (KB* I'll Hit 11(1 %  "• %  #•. time the Spartan line-up was such as ensured that they would be able to compete a a team so comprised aa to give some obvious Indicistion of balance. ItlTTKK BI.OVV A HITTER blow fr Spartan was the fact that their skipper Cadogan, easily the best player on the team, was not available Tony Haynes played at centre half and his was a creditable perform) irltl the palm at ome to him. 1 have never been in any doubt thai this Is the true position if he is at all In the line-up. Atkins too exhibited in his performance, convincing 'igns that hi" "battle Inoculation" of the Notre Dame fixture, has done his goaljSjreping a world of good and his too was an improved performance. THE PRESENT POSITION W HAT is the position now? In brief, all that this defeat of Empire has done, apart from vindicating the Spar,an team in the eyes of their followers, following their display against Notre Dame last week, is to place Notre Dame In a reasonably safe p osi tion for carrying off the 1052 B.A.K.A. *cnior division championship. Notre Dame. Spartan and Empire ar c now tied on pointwith twelve points each. Spartan and Empire have each played nine games and must play a single addiuonal fixture to complete their commitments in this Division; Notre Dan... bOWOVtr M1 \ ve J\ ,B y*d ta% B> Mr. A. C. W1LKES. Theyes must he k. same n the ball with the body poised forward lo trap the ball. iNotr Ight games and there still remain twe omplete their list this season. nxtuies to be played by thesi MORE DAME WELL PLACED TNHAT being so. Spartan and Empire have a possible of fourteen] X points and Notre Dame possible of sixteen. In ad.i Urn Notre Dame have built up a formidable goal-average and. assuming only for the sake of argument, that Notre Dame lose one of their two fixtures, or even draw both, and Spartan and Empire win theirs, then all three teams would be tied off with fourteen points each and the rules of the HA.FA provtdt that the championship will have to be decided on goal av.i • r.ther 10 let the ball come to it Spartan kicked off toward the .r be ready to move and reach Northern goal, and immediately Empire initiated a quick succession of good forward movements. Twice the Spartan defence averted the threat, and then Taylor and Norvilln twice kicked wide. Spartan quickly came into Iheir stride, and young Grant kicked a |M DO dailspssOMiiJ. but Robinson clean ad ( It was evident at this early stage that I he game would bo packed full of thrills as the two rival teams met in (heir traditional bottle for supremacy. Spartan Improved Spartan who were severely beaten and disgraced by Notre Dame, were playing avery much improved game, and twice Robinson's keen judgment foiled the Spartan efforts. Empire were not to be outdone. and their forwards were constant threats to the Spartan defence which was patchy. Gibbons In his zeal and exuberance, was miskicking at critical stages of tho game. Atkins, the Spartan custodian. was very much more composed than on his last appearance of the new ones In th, ..dual trap the eyes arc against the Dames, while Merlon .'itcuscd on the ball, with the Robinson, the Empire sentinel, was body leaning slightly back and his usual self. balanced on the non-trapping The crowd was keyed up to progressed their form grew worse until at Arima they were beaten ovtr a distance of 7| furlongs by a simple sprinter like Flame Flower, to whom they could have given many pounds and a beating of several lengths only a year before. 1 am indeed glad to see that Rock Diamond is holding his own but my dlsappoln!rr.s..i s-v*t Paris .s rjrenier because I am still ct-vknci that if he could he turned out ft he would i%  much better horse than any oilier of his contemporaries with the possible exception of Best Wishes. I should imagine that it must be VSCJ distressing to have a horse as good as Paris in one's stable and to see him beaten In E class when all the time he could be winning in C if he were fit. When I saw his name on the list for Union Park I thought that perhaps, after his rest since last September, he had recovered. But on his running it is evident that we must wait still longer for this. '-pHE much fancied three-year-old Mark Light, another Jamaican, "ran last In a field of II in this same E class five furlong. In the same stable as Rock Diamond, It was reported that at exercise she was toying with this horse. If this was true we can only conclude that this was not her genuine form. She i> however, entered lor the Easter Guineas on Monday, and it she can recover In time gfan might still be capable of giving Bright Light a rim for btT rnonev. For the next possible threat to Bright Light we must wait until the Stnuhle Trophy, now a few paragraphs away, to see A hat April:. Dream does In this race. Trapping Wat). The Sole of the Foot The Elite Trophy, which w.s a maiden event foi C class, produced a field of twelve and a result which still leaves me a bit in the dark. 1 do not think I have ever laid cyts on any of them except Maiau-uni. .It was won by Dipdell. on whom wry lltlle money mu&t have been laid, judging by the $10.36 which she paid to win on the Part. I notice that she is by Furrokh Siyar and therefore I am not surprised to hear that she Is very speedy. The very fast Don Arturo we saw here some years ago, was also by this same sire. Second in the Elite Trophy was Nefan, who was one of the favourites while Red Cloud and Hope Dawns were third and fourth respectively. Nefari, a filly by Pylon 11 out of Carnival Queen, Is ono k'itn which Dr. Cyril Gittens has made his return to the turf. Incidentally the other winner produced by her dam, is a full sister to Ncfah. The doctor, It sc< a re-entry into log with some good horses in his stable. foot. The leg being used for the fever pitch, fans shouting words' *T*HE first half-bred race over 5 furlongs went to Rosette in spite trap should be slightly bent whilst of encouragement to both teams. "• of the fact that she stumbled Just after entering the home NO (it)AI. AVlltAt.i: Kl\ \I-S tN THOSE circumilincM N^e would IeV^ !" sualTeSS" P "< ,h " %  ' the fact that she .tumbled just after entering SSsC*and 2 again*. Spartan 13 go..: :...n*l. Empire i *•bjU fo CW MOyP and^nol ~U fg^ !" ^%£*Z£ already beaten half-bred, of all ages up here it was to be expected goalsjor and 5 against. ^ ^ ^ ( ^ ^^ M ^ rMiiwi. ponents to use the long pass, and that she would defeat her contemporaries unless there was somelessen their attacking force In thing else of unusual merit among them. It was just such a horse hich I expected her to meet in the shape of Drurv l~tt\c. But lie ran tr 6 uils having'been sfibt atfain-t then, an n < av.-iage with over a ball to make a trap with irtre Dame, they would h-ive to shoot 5 goals ,i^ s.vt'n into 5fl would the inside or the outside of the be 8 points. Similarly Empire with 5 goals shot against them would foot. have had to shoot 40 goals lu seoT* 8 points on goal average and so N.B. 1. The Mile of gainst. Spartan 13 gual> \\ BPtt The practice is to divide the number of goals for into the number c# "> r L ..... — %  of goals against. So that reckoning Ml I Da !" !" mc hod r rapP S •* u^ r(ir Tavlr r r „ nii Svl tSTlS for and 2 against would I* I points. If Spartan with seven chiefly when a pla_yer_ "nnotjet *m*>Tni* Ta^ and Sy, ^ and* eonsequentV many opportunities were allowed to slip by. the foot tic with Notre Dame. It is obvious that although "it is not impossible jhould" contact" the ball Just as it --,_ k^eif^iMS'SJitinued l*etobsat Notre Dame on goal average always assuming that they had „,,ves the ground. t Jj£ $££ tw^veteSn tearr.^. dropper! points in their next two fixtures and the others had won J. The in-lant the ball Is under ^thcr let up. The Empire balVSa theirs, it is still highly improbable. control It should again be set in werc doing a fin Job as they often ion as on* of tb main ob J*Crovrred much ground. OFFERING A FEW MORE USEFUL ITEMS W.I. CRICKET BOARD MEEflMli T HERE is much speculation in West Indian cricket whether the hcadguarter* of West Indies cricket will be from Jamaica to Barbados or Trinidad when the West Indies Cricket Board of Control hold their Annual QsMral Meetmn m British Guiana weak. Mr. Carl Nunes and Mr. Donald Lacey. President and Secretary of the West Indies Cricket Board of Control i '--pi lively, parsed through Barbados yesteiday SOi PSptl*i Ihey told the Advaeate In an interview tli.il they will not ba %  SsUng n-ilectlon. This means that the Board will ba CSIICKI upon bO sssct Iwo officers in their places. It has been tacitly recognised as a working principlo that the secretary to the Board should be domiciled in the same territory as the President and for obvious reasons this Is correct, so thai when we consider the candidate, for the posts It must be understood why I have dealt with them mure or less in pairs. CANVASSED RESPONSIBLE OPINION J HAVE been fortunate enough ui nave visited Jamaica. Trinidad and British Guiana within the post two years and I have canvassed opinions of reasponsibUcricket . f.n ll.ul.ados. Sir Errol Dos Santos, President of the Queen's Park Cricket Club of Trinidad and CA. Merry. Secretary, are the choice or Trinidad for the posts of President and Secretary, respectively. Sir Alan Collymorc and Mr. F. A. C. Clairmoiitc or Mr. J. M. Kidney are the choice of ItarKidos while Mr. W. M. Green and Mr. K .'. ui are Uw dunce of British Guiana. Jamaica, in the absence of the present holders of the offices, prefer Mr. N N. Nethersole and Mr. R. C. Marh-y. OPPOSE INSULARITY lives of soccer Is moving, ircles aa to to keep the ball pvartng on spot i if out AM i Trapping With The Inside of the Foot Notice from the picture that the Empire conceded a free kick, and strong oppuser of Insularity and I make bold to soy that HEAD SHOULDERS and body Huync.N finding Hoblnson out of this respect even Princess Kasiyya Idoncv can be found In these columns to Indict me on this count for |ie sixteen years that 1 haw been writing it. However. on thr aslon, even at the chance of being accused i anything else, I am plumping for the Barbados choice. Sir Alan Collymorc is a knowledgeable man in the gam* 1 and one whose reputation in West Indian and International tucket circles Is known. With all due respect to the candidates from the other islands, most of whom have done their bit In placing West Indies cricket on the map. either on the playing field or fimn behind Ihc ICSMS, If WOUld Inin the best interest of West Indies cricket if the h' " *U "'" lh > " !" "'' —er looked like battle still undecided, and hon"topping. This ruce, run over a mile, is the annual feature event at ours somewhat even; if anything, U<" o n Park and it nearly always produces some surprise or the other. %  -I uhllv in Empire's favour 1 hey include the death of Commando II in 1M7, all upset victory by The' "Blues" took the touch In Adventures, in '48 when she won her first A class race two flukes by tba Meats! half, and a long shot lne Gaun, 'et in '49 and '50 anda ten length, victory by Devon Market bv Drayton went wide of the over ,he ra *" n 8 favourite and once champion, Footmark. This year's right upright. Another effort by r^ult is therefore ^exception to the rule. SMiunoncIs indicated that Empire -I T ,s <*neult to believe that as many us five of HeUican's rivals was bent on drawing first Mood. *• could have been off form, all at the same time in this racefor. They were attacking with great even if we discount the newcomer Fairfax and the veterans Ligan. Fuinl. and one good movement B u e Streak and I'harlite. there were still Golden Quip, Mark Twain. Astrlon, Kundytuft 11 and Notomte to be reckoned with. Vet none of them seemed capable of getting within striking distance of Hellicon. Astrlon was second, this being his first loee In the Caribbean, Notomte was third and Pharhte after coming In fourth was disqualified and his place given tq^lue Streak. Kandytufl II, incidentally ran one before last and on the face of It I must agree with Mr. Murray that he was far from his best. There was a rumour that he had Jarred himself the day before. But I would like to know what excuses ore going to be offered for Mark Twain. Golden Quip and Notonite. Meanwhile, Heilican is obviously no mere sprinter and his conthe alert and certainly conceded slstent form at the Christmas meeting was only a forerunner of better nothing for a long time. When things to come. His chances in the T.P.D. Trophy on Monday next, they did, Douglas, the Empire when over 7 furlongs he will have 127 lbs. to carry, now look rosier right winger, kicked wide. than tVss*. Smith stood a lone but alert In the D class McEnearney Trophy old Fabulous won his first race and capable scnti.icl in the Emsince he came down from C, while Ah Baba was second and Princess plre defence line. Rasiyya third. It was a very near thing and in a few more yards All With just few minutes ta go, Baba might have won. This proves that his return to good behaviour at the Christmas meeting was no flash in the pan and I notice that In reformed character, Cross which Drayton climaxed with good pass that found Atkins out Off position was negatived by Gittens who was covering. Good Save A fine save by Atkins foiled another good try by Drayton. but still the "Blues" pressed on. The Spartan dcfci cricket to say Ihc \< i, l.\ are well over the ball, and the position, converted to give Spartan Heads, who ran 6th, does not appear to have recovered his health sines erection ttaTuie trabTus^cs b> T** *<** seemed the most The result of the Staublc Trophy throw, very little light on tho Til The eves Tut focuwd on thT Icmote Xhingl bul U * ve Spartan picture for the Guineas except to confirm general feeling that Bright n some Inspiration, and they deLight will win it and that Gallant Hock will run second. Gallant cided to press home their advanRock has already run two seconds lo Bright Light at the Chrl lage. Empire were not letting up Meeting and by winning the Stauble Trophy it proves that he Is still i>ny and they too tried to retrieve next best in Trinidad. April's Dream must have run very badly indeed the lost ground. I never heard her name called at any stage of the race and eventually Both teams strengthened their she finished somewhere about seventh or eighth. This is definitely front line; Empire were pressing not good enough and she will have to Improve on this considerablyhard, bul excellent work by Gibif she Is to have any chance in the classic. But perhaps if both bons and Gittens helped to sustain herself and Mark Light can find their legs by Monday we will yet • On psa* 5. sec a very good race. I i On pace 15. There will be no practice today at Kensington of the B A r A Sunday football school ran by Mr. A. O W.Ikes. • SANDING DISC GRITS 16, 24, 36, 50 • MASKING TAPE • RUBBING COMPOUND • SPONGE RUBBER • LOY COLD PLASTIC METAL • PISTON SEAT. • KASENIT CASE HARDENING • RAWL PLUG DUROFIX • COPPER TUBING V. ,\" W. \" • TYRE GAUGES (Car and Truck) • ENGLISH SOCKETS SETS • ENGINEER HAMMERS •HACKSAW BLADES UNIVERSAL —Dp or brush for positive protection against White Ants, Borers, Rot and Fungi. 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PACE sIXTI RS SUNDAY ADVOCATE Bridgetown HUH TKVMS: Busy Fvfl Adelphi Heads /Caster Division II THEGOLDEN FLEECE /////.// Student* |-=—--^=, Give Recital SCSDAY. APRH. U. IK2 • Trmm Pur 12. By A. V. SATOfl : World Champion prang 1life again H .in. .tftCT -i i.UlCt %  full I paDf A DELPHI CLUB, with 81 points, as' well n* lo an leading la the Men's inl.rtd lide them Club UMiMoti II Table Trim. over the long wick-end. A choir of 12 voice* from -Jn' ihe Blind yesterday „< the Hurt Meroonal School. Jaaru-, Street, gave recital o| ~ music accompanied on lht>' by Mr Harold Knrk, ihelri nctof. Member 1 :of lh> "IUHI reoitod I and HL to ih<. t ir conlay's -hurrying and wur%  %  P ^inmodate i % %  kapt busy li mi wuuldilthougn the store'. *.. eix r jular an ftl i I ii.m;. took their breaks In there camt a single shot, and the ;:enerul groaned. "What"? wroni?" I said. "Are you hit?" That's all right, captain Jusi give mr your arm." I said: -Well, there goes every* >n : w hlm ,n n lo "* aaked ,0 Th -.mioiiku xtun Club. only %  Wing goou aiTOuni i-( "yj i IT Eroirl Street and Swan ( "**i'ng and Herbert won I ibtM awell ma h *\ were Adeiphi have *o far played i to assist in S^? 1 """tches. police and i and pedestrian J.!" -\ A 8"' a match each against flen people had lo yrrisun Icam. • Foundation. Cro lags" while J!f mpt 1 on Mount Tabor. Modem UM trawled "'*" School, and Lenviile were ;t air, n is rtpre£?&" our *J mmmk sawed by CKptri.3*. Nfl v „ — ,••need ., "* %  H "ny fl This is II! Ken He, beet I* re P cl,u 'd *neeringl> behind Tne other playt !" **^^ "chuckle from the crs ,ire Cockle '**_"' !" y-haired man with .. Robert. a n d l ^? r m, M U l hR ? hoek Ctarcnce Crt, ^ n '. worr >. Nadya. I am not >ng olrkto tai a sh ?'' h id "HappHy 'oi on" t wht £5 LTS not 0K dcad y" "• thought when you pushed me into Ihe tea, and I am a good swimmer Keep your hands In the air, please, .iii ikna nf you. %  Bow did you Ret here?" Nadya whispered. The tight was all out of her. 'By plane. I couldn't guess !and£s to In.xpeak to the blind students. %  "•' Those students had been makoifi "'* reBl progress but they were handicapped by not hnvin,, theli l to guide them. He said in; dining his stay in England had had ri severe injury head and due to that he wa> blind for some lime; doctors were not sure if he would have .he use of his eyes again. In thof* days he knew what t.ie blind hao to experience He said that when one Is deprived of the use of ones eye*, then one can understand how great Ihe small things are. %  nthuatastk acn defeated nlne-ml. Advocate, V^.' * nd il wa ?. tnp easiest way irrottthe stn-ct. fay Street boys' Club and A"*\ ew ' on < Kong and. , S; nrln;' wn Sp...tCluh h-' of tt fou the <-rl AdelFhoppcrs only to (•, narrowly missed „, _„— cyclists dashing in and out 1*of the sin.r. petition, MOW ha' Phi. The n whith Ihe Second in Division II is Bn %  i. Btraat Bon* Club wfih It pointi li ICCaaiible to five malrhes. Skipper Chase is thprospective l <*routstanding player for the Boys" v ere f"r tinmost Club team. ovararowdad, speightsiown Sports club has %  I'llplacing iheir order* 38^ points in six matches' whU waited for you. Now7 if you happen to remember any prayers. Vou d better start saying them— all three of you." The general said: "1 am wounded. Koeolgwald. and dying. It doesn't matter aboul me But Nuda— She broke in proudly. your true child, father. Do you ..u* l h,nk ] would leaVe y u '' ow? But .-ilssnt onre in an etfort not to be Advocate has 29 in a similar Kofl,,l *wald, Harry L.me has amount of mulches. It was unfordon,? nothing to harm you. Let lunate th it al ihe opening of the ,,lm sw,m 'or It." In torrtJ LI to the .,,ti.it> OB series the Advocate could not deThe baron shook his head. alley* of the cldo who would trpresent ihcni fcr *' s about the gold, Nady mporand lost many noinu Nadya smiled suddenly. "He ; t lOr Ufmi Svmmnnd„t Sncighmiown and a,BO •*"" about something else ' : J? l i *"" Kr, K f Advocate are i*u %  Harry, there's • tinv R1J.^S rajgar Square, end very attractive pla^rs. They window here by my hand. Carton the smaller craft should go far in the open ChamfP'ained it lo you. I heard him. %  ;: their consignments of pJODabJp, Th.' sign says 'for emergency onlv' ; ," """. *hffe was Of the other Clubs, Barna has U Remember what he said, Harry. in fight matches. Fox 20 in Tn s bm't a ship. Ii*s a bomb" iWrfront -, Foundation II in 5. Himpton 22 didn't need telling mice I Across ihe land-locked section in 4. Police ?2 in 5. Regiment 10 in Mid: Thanks Nadyn. God bles of the Caret ;ge, longshoremen 4. Mount Tabor 19 in 6. Modern >ou." And then I dived overboard vho are normally bard at work. HiBh 5%chool 27 in 5. LenvillB in I came to the surface just in were seen lolhntt around in small fl YM.P.c 44 in 8. and Y.M-C.A, time to hear a crash that seemed lo i\.scusinit on? thlrg ot 15 in 4 midches. split the sky. I knew what it was ""o 1 *" 3 ",„,. Nadya has smashed the panel and —^—— %  **. ,., ,, r a rvn >* touched olT the bomb. The World Table Tennis ChamA sampan picked me up but I pion for l&z is 28-ycar-old lllroil almost drowned myself first Ihinknitoh. ranked No. 5 in Japan, mg about all that gold—half a Japan ;f Delame %  lerday remanded won ii IK without bail by His Women %  uatvd at Hi. h II ill '•Rodney" Arrives The H.MS Lady HodVb . rived at Barbados ycaurcUy (r"^ through the BrttUh Nnrtharn l.bndfi uilh paMenacrs ..nd alniut 600 ton.. r>f uenerai earfo for Barbados. The Lady ftodnry is expected to l-ave port to-night for British Guiana via St. Vincent, Grenada anc 'triniriad She || consigned to Messrs Gardiner Austin & Co. Ltd. OPINION IS ALWAYS DIVIDED REGARDING THE SOLUTION OF WORLD PROBLEMS BIT THERE IS ALWAYS UNANIMITY WITH RESPECT TO THE HIGH QUALITY OF >l \l I II MADE Wherever it may be—there is always one very special place to which you go for Clothes to Suit the Occasion. In Barbados, it is usually the house of Riceon Bolton Lane, for fine imported Menswear and Custom-Tailoring. C. B. Rice ft Co. ol H..II.... I %  Taffeta Plaids Some really smart materials at a bargain price, per yd of 90 CMOROCAIN CREPE In blue, green, grey, rose, pink, gold, beige, red and brown 36' wide. Yard 9oCCAVE SHEPHERD & Co., LTD 10. II. 12 St 13 BROAD STREET M'tp can Htipplu Iront HtorU — CR1TTALL STEEL SLIDING FOLDING DOORS THE IDEM DOOR FOR VERASD.1IIS The whole Door slides and folds lo one side. •.., %  ...... (a f*e Sltrs . With 4 lemves — ' I" With leaves — ' 1" •He W.de V Mill J" high CRITTALI. FRENCH DOORS V V wide X > %  V high CRITTALL STEEL WINDOWS Varies* widths and heights with i without Ventilators. WILKINSON & HAYNES CO., LTD. NOTE : All Departments of : business will be CLOSED on Saturday. 12th April. oOanoa was oocnmttlad .. AIHII pum-dnp. M iea*t %\ y .ra aim Ctarkfl v Rlao plneed before ... ,. T !" h l, le '" 1^0^.3 ^vA&XtSm%\ unly Constable and Chief of Police In H Vor .' HA T.S2 nno ln '' l M la > > •""** <*f who *n Cl.m %  I dl riovler the Tare ."til Auril 18 usc lhc P^hnlder grip That W <"> your .ictivlties aa a eonfldenev fi i vi 1>ink >' Alklnji but he is IM.W rem-'n, and Ihoughl I'd lei vou waS KU a dCPte on hrxd from cumptitllivc tennis 'eU your tale because 1 wanle;.t However. Leslie S. Woolard. know how you work . Lime. A i. in the Elde •*• World Tille find the flrst man. Good-nlnht. now. n-id bv the I ih<"t of it UM mi* exactly 50 years after The womt of it is that It's true. the signing of the Anglo-Japanese Mr. Brathwatt* was for many years an outstanding manilMf M 1.1 MTU'd Churchwarden of ihe parish, lir wm% of the old hardy Barballarry Lime telU another of hla remarkable rdventureH NEXT Rl'NDAV WEATHER REPORT Yesterday Rainfall from Codrington: nil Total rainfall for month to date. 177 Ins. Tasapmatora: 71 T Wind Velority 14 miles par hour Barometar (9 an (11 a.m.) 29.B59. To-day Sunrise: & &D a.m. aunaat. i. pjn. Moon: !' %  .[ %  April 10 Lighting. 6 90 p.m. High Tide !>.20 a.m.. 6.37 p.m. 12 11 pm. i > 2 B7B ,. The „' i.centlv of Alliance In 1602. and the rear Mr. Klei7...i ltr.itnw..ile of Coffee w >,„ n i^of. Tsuhot took'". Tfrom St. Joscpli. gflCV n lingerEngiaml to Japan. Th.Hritish Minister at that lime was Moss; the Japanese—Baron Hayashl. ics so slrangclv like Satoh and H vi-hi of current T.T, fame. Seloh used a sponge rubber acket at the Championships. lyp % %  fi an mail begintSiS-PSE ^ porU ? I f>n .i h and rose to World Championships, states that %  it.Importance in J > il,un u,ll y be ** n ,u ^ the peaflan, pro* sponge rackel aboul six months •nd as Hie fortunes .if previous to the thamptonshlps. Improved It.boUfhl land He writes; 'All else in Ihe rantually he became owner singles rai overshadowed by the of i mMD plant.ilum 11,. was modest, bespectacled Satoh, who [cpular not only in St. softly won point after point with but in other parts of ihe an apologetic air. Player after player came off the labU bewitchAs a Vestryman he was out•&„ ^ ih "nd and .* %  %  and ^^^laa-S^? 3 a r ^J? i IMS v-ho auffered Sonic altrlhuled i to not bfinB ,,,,,.,„,.,_ iH'ti-to hear the ball, others W the %  i rights. He was marwwtpnonal ndo-anm. i adUoed >.,„, th.it whenev.T Satoh returned a leaving one Ban llcv. Itindley hard hit on his forehand side, tho Vlcai 'f St. Jude's "ther player invariably pui his only to find thai it had heavy top ten to whom next shot well oft the table—no %  deepest sympathy will be extendmatter whether he hit or puthed. ed. It was like pluvli.g a ball for chop Low Tidi* They'll Do It Every Time MLABES.TrlE AUTO SAIESMAH, LOOKED POWN M S SCHNOZ AH2 KZALLY 6H4MEP TT CLUSkrER"6". apln on It." Johnny Leach was knocked out I in the fourth round by Amourc,tti, while Fujil beat Bergmann. By Jimmy Hado Face thin Quentian like a Wise Man I would you save a penny to lose a pound ? IVOT AT ALL!! 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