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



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



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PACE FOTTt SUNDAY ADVOCATE PVVTUY. rram'ART 1 1*-? MADf RV THE MONKS OF lUCKFlST MlFY If row '••! warn out. dtprtuad. e> generally run down a flan c twi Bvirk'nt Ton.e Wlr* will qurekly wto'i lo.i energy and ton* Up th whole A(>Ou' ITRti. Citing - .lUlity It fortrftei you >.and Mhiuition and fti-tmbt'. IMUM TmH Wtne ii eapacully valuaMe after m. MTKIAST TONIC WINK § 1. KUM m -..i.. 2. KL[Ml:cp. .'ltk,,t r.frlgaratlM 3. KLIMqaollly 1% olwayt M lf*m *.. KLIM it cicll.nl far qrawina chlldr*. G. KLIM >Mk Kuril,*,,! t, caaktd 4lih„ .' f~j KLIM is recommended for ir./ant feeding i lh. hi IM gieei U.WAVSMK*, fully irn am! i< lli>i i *|iv ii la ret ml mi. %  din do. '. KLIM k tola la MM tswc tally-Mchea %  KLIM h produced under trl led* to nit in favour • palm lo Barbados on a well deserved win because I think Ui ii .ip.ii 0 ii they fteldt-d the belter all round team. Anyone who baa tried to %  < alyas the pUy In the ir>oni i r..rmrr lha raj rba, who made | *.C.I in 1948, Norman Marshal: K: .mk Kim : %  -,,. .'.:..,! ,,:hir "old Manet. Horn.. %  have ..II < \|"" at CftMt. ADTANTAQI log wan %  This D %  i. ... i ..... M %  arith neiiiKibl. %  %  \ 'fiat Jamaica's • in the future. UNO'S rot KVVMI NT %  .ii I think that the tournament ptOVtd!%  i i Frank King lo establl doubt tha' In the Waal Indies too.... i among the Aral Bights Of local I %  ..• Booglaa Williams as a roost promising bataman and a roaourccful buwltr. Sni.th as %  potential West Indian opening batsman and H candidate for such honours as well. Norman Marshall as we have known Un fo r tin past lour years as a medium paced bowler In a class by himself tn West Indian rnckct circle-, and llarker as a pac* bowler of promi-e. The left run lei Horace) King and Adxil M"l t'i VON BjUlta promising .ind I an. %  ton help than the ^d^^BJIlk measurp of succoas. djVpa^^^k i n ,, j„iiiji< iin*, pact* i le dil %  ^^( roraToduce the rorm which i bin • %  ^B ago imt in %  nBK ^V most unbiased p-o r U. ttfl ^i'.h mr that he has pn ^L MIIN act t|. y^igfAV' "d balling Xjljjf^^r* i lielding foundation he ha* a good future ahead of ,'. !" blm -is a useful all n I Tull.h got the Bnott apin of all bowlers at Ken...... tnd* ol lengtli he IIH! should nualifv for senior %  > - % %  — i QoorgB Mudie. a veleran now but a careful Inloi.ial man has had his day and must be left Woodcock Shows WILL IT BE 79? His Hand It, BBOAGI U'UITING for the Butterscotch Boys from Doncagter ired and presented by our ex-heavyBruce WiH)cock. ick was in hi. hey-d t -y, the) general imppeesior: which themm-conversational Bruce did not "I lo be that he had no thoughts beyi>nd the brass, that he cared not a fig for the sport itself or the encnurauemem <>( others, and that boxing would tee him no mm. oi.ee he had lost his title to Jack Gardner ions were miles old. and unbeaten as a lightoff Urgcl. as Wiodcock anft hk weight, and middle-weight Ken provei (."Bright Light" Hoi Coming To B % dos By BOOK It: Frank Kln thc> will en%  - Miller ut ..I any future West IndW but I ,,'i-r.n tin porformanee raid eerniinican team. Alnr BUuia "ill most probablj gain his West tin Indians lab thai raar, lb il as good a %  > 11. In. only real kWtkeepei OO the West Indies team that ; urlng Australia and since I writ I think • lha touring All Inilin team. Thorbourn and Bonltto an i nen who havi %  pronuat. There la DO iloubl about the musl keep their wickets after tin j have scorad 2$ or 3n run that wouiii earn thena eomnieBsOsTttOfi in any comAirte Btnn. HMUHAI.I. SEASON STAKTS SN 'l*nv .1 Eootball anaon will probafal* get uragannj on legur* I day. Febiu..ry l Al fai a I MVB beri able to gatSsTa] ll.Al'A i i UatOd with the I'irkwlrk C.C. for tlM lellt.il Of KeliMligtoll OVal f"l tin The H.A.F.A. are considering plan.-, foi lag ** rJ aalecUM of .1 ruimber ol c. ... I the various clubs who will attand -1 1 I b> Mr. Graham Willies on Sundays. to th* CarlhlM an rooti-i.ition with. 1 viui moon tnal ., %  ., 1 %  ing this year. It la m> Bvon to lha football -ehool and that players take the games as serlpoMlblo both 1 the point of view 01 ntness as waU as technique if Baa .. %  . .,.. Inxltee sj-irt. WATI.H POLO WATI" POLO Otl I fog-ward on Friday alUitioon, "ben .1, %  wbe plaj in Polo and Swimn imeawelal meeting at the Aquatic Club togetnaa "'th mflrlaal of the association. Subject to continuation at the urn. March, they dackksd that latton would run two divumns 1 in the oaanr league. The Brat division would consist of U10 foiiowIng five benai Harrison Col I -een placed It Bd Whipnoroys subject to mutual agreement between players and teams. Five possibly six teams have been placed in the second division. Ainnni: these anHarrison College (Bi. Police and CavlSir. .1 BOW tbtr team* have not yal b. en named. LADIKS' I.KAGI'i: The ladles' league will again have live teams. Sea Nymphs has tl be a school team from queen College OUW loame hi the league are Starfish, fioldftih. Mermaids .ind Ursuline Convent Queen'e College is therefore the Ih.rd school to enter ,1 team in tinv,.i\ii BOM runpetitiuti*. A healthy sign for any sport. As long as four years ago—In • 1 between having his 'ken by Joe Baksi and staging a com.nOver-to-U'-iorgoitcn Le e Oma the prti 1. began a it pcispieaclous hunt for talent among th<. pugilistic pttf his pgrttva Yorkshire. Pn mil. \..t Pohw %  '•• !'-i itarneaty, Askarn, Cudworth. PoiiU-fiact, Mcxborough. Thorne. Tishburn and many big districts were discreetly given th e Woodcock plon Bruc*'. young brother Bill ir fathe, and •'\-111me1Sam. rather than pobte was of the search Tou don't Him i,,hier pushing fatlr 5 said Bruea as we talked this week. Once dlacove r od, the piUhaft popaai wan glvan the freedom o the convened beer-bo|U# KSh| therl ervi %  -,. w.,,1,-, 10 g> "Hi.i-ii.iii. then Introat the Doncaster tourna; Sam. Mil safaris, in the village at Cudworth. near Barnaley a 17-year-old welterweight whose idea of %  good time between .shifi* wa B B punch on encouragement. th 1 accepted so enthusiasIhat for the next four re 1 1.. travelwd 18 miles a day by bus tn.m B.irnsley to Don-, enster—there to absorb the Wood-' ci>ck Ideaa on hook, lead, clinch inter Th.it young man, having gradIth -t dale .t In 17 rights i .-.. Iter-weighi upwards. Is • 1. areighe I3t. Ttb. and la '-' ie. %  ), being hanod as one of the brii:hte-( hen\->-weight prospects in Britain. The oatOg i-i Terry McDonald— and promo'-Ts ,ir ( almost living mi tho v. ipdcoo k duorstep to up. B.G. Qrtcket Manage* Confident GEORGETOWN. F-> %  Wlshart, secretary H I < %  IK. Cricket Conti. BJ crick el team, left to-day for Trinidad. lie tem. f ws on Tuesday On the eve of his departure Wuhan expressed eordVdV the B.G. team would put up a good show, even In spite of the mem* bers' short practice through loI lemeiil weather here, but added it Is a capable side, the majority rawing had experience on malting. Trinidad has always been bard to beat at home, but with httlI leal the team will do well Asked about the Trinidad aide. Wlshart said with the exception of a few who played II an unknown quantity Tho B.G. team will be leaving Atkinson at 730 on Tuesday morning and are due at Piarcu at 11 45 No Hurry .. or s, ago Mi ">n us a;. a quick con1 the hitherto 1 On January 28. at inmet Use exjjenenced Irishman Gerrv Mcuerrobruarj l^ we in London will be allowed star Oral glimpse of blm al Hannrgay. k, baring himself paid pretty (icnalties for rushing too quickly into tho big time ; iT ni Mauforii aftec only 25 professional tights hero—has been real hurry wttb his coall Rowover, after four years of p ri't.iklng efTort i n their own hun 1 facility other -is woiihl do well to %  n.nlate -Messis Bruce. Bill and Ban ,nnow coming Into tho open with McDonald and his fellow campaigners of tho Butterscotch Brigade. them are the ex-Coal Board fly-weight champion, mlly* SO-yeor-old tllvn Evans, raother-woighl arl I i Denny Dowson plumber Pat WBksSMld, 20 years Major Chase \\ ins Lord Basil Ulackwood Cup Major A. DeV Chase is the winner of the Lord Basil Blackwood Challenge Cup. The Officers of the Barbados Kegiment shot for this Cup at the Government Rifle Range yesterday afternoon. The contest was very keen and the light good. Major Chase scored 100 out of a possible 110 He defeated Major O. P. CWaltdtt by only one point, while Lieut. R. E Goddard and Major J. E. Griffith scored 97 each. The Lord Basil Blackwood Cup. an Officers' Challenge Cup. was presented to the Regiment on August I, 1910. In 1948 It was won by Maior O. F. C. Walcott with 108 points out of a possible 110. The following year Lieut. C. E. Nehlett won it with 101 points. Major Walcott again won It in 1950. On thla occasion he scored 101 points. Major Chase Is the current holder. This brings the number of Major Chase's trophies to 14. This is the Brat occasion, in seventeen thai he has shot for the Lord Blackwood Cup. / Race Horses Due From St. Vincent News has been received that four race horses from Mr. Cyril Barnard's stable in St. Vincent will be arriving here on Tuesday to take part in the ll.Tf. March Mooting Tiiev are Cavalier. Croas Bow, Galasheils and Rosette. Cavalier is a candidate for the Barbados Guineas in which he will probably start second favourite to Dunquerquc. Cross Bow wil. be a leading contender for D class honours while Galashclls is an imported thoroughbrod nlly who will be racing tn Barbados for the first time. Rosette is a half-bred who will also make her debut to racing in this island. Q.C. DEFEAT ST. MICHAELS In a net lull match held al Ottawa*! College yesterday afternoon Queen's College beat St. Girls' School 12 goils to eight. To-morrow's fixtures ar? Girls inundation vs Queen'a College Old Girls at Queen's College. Play begins at 4.45. ^ajg. A W O p O a nJ '•' %  trt< -nine informed me during fJL g£ the week tn u t he thought we would have j ^gf M *'g\gJggV about TH horses filtered at the March meeting. I /S %  thought this rather a high estimate. But on goinv f ^ through the claw:fi< %  — that he la Just / ^y T\ tbout right. I m..k. f I (I Starting aj Aiil b*gftflSN kg ,\ i * %  —*i r r' Tnese are Qua Site, llarruween and Rebate, ine uut namwd 1 am glad to sw on tne track again after a long absence since August last year. A mare with a great heart, ne sfluuld give us a good race or two if th u lit. T HE sole occupant of A2 being White Company who has been retired to the stud m Trinidad, we pass on to H propel Sahara mere are seven likely entrant'N inure. Flying Dragon. Fuss Budget. Landmark, Notunite. Red Cheeks and Slamie. In me sub class were will be eight more numbering Belle Surprise. Embers. Fire Lady. Pepper Wine. Rtvei Sprite Spenr Grans. YgsotOOl perfect Set. Most notable among thi* set seem to be those who are old stagers making a come back. In thla i al gory the Bral M Siamtc -.ho makes a periodic eome-bock even March. Hi baa won eonMeniiy now for the last three March meetings on a stren p I I • do it again at the age of seven or eight. He is a gelding and 1 see no reason why he aboi Next there are Peapea wine and Rlvei Bj rtto, two mares I earialal) ti.ought ere bad BBM the last of on a ran 'ear before last .', ui.-. who ithe Idei ol the two, b,.,i already lost a lot o! her sling in her I-M daj ana i eon mum ag law male who eves made a sucragaCul corno-back at eight year* of age. Tho**who did were generally racing against inferior opposition. This Is exaetl) \^hat Pepper wine will BOt meet. Rivet Sprite is not so old but such Joints on such going' Doei not seem possible lo me. However. 1 may bo wrong and If we had "Big Knees" last March, why shouldn't we have "Big Joints" this March. That is sound reasoning along the lines of luck. The fourth staging a come-back Is Perfect Set. This black horse, once trained by Mr. Sam Rock and owned by Dr. Weaver, is now in the colours of Miss K. Hawkins and is really and truly endeavouring to race for the first time in the West Indies. But since he made the entry list once or twice on past occasions, although he never actually faced the starter we might count him among the above. Mr. Rock %  l him the "counterfeit" horse but I think it was really spelt • counterfect". judging by the number of times his legs gave out In preparation for meetings One wonders if he will make the grade this G OING down to C aim C2 there we have the bulk of the whole lot. tbere being no |aj| than 28 in these two divisions. Of thesJ only seven are m C proper and these are Alterford. Dashing Princess. Lunways, Ractan, Sweet Rocket and Topsy. Six or these are winners and they are among the fortunate who will be able to race in held* that will not be over-crowded, at least in two races. In C2 we have Ahu-Ali, Ann Low. Arunda. Blue Nall> I in The Air, Darl la Symphony. Dim View. DolorUm Fille d'Iran, French Flutter, Mabouya, Malgal <;... • Match, The Thing. Tibenan Lady. Timbrook and Watercre*way thai brings our total number so far to 44. Am< those with the best chances sh' uld be Dashing Princess (who likes the hard going very mu< h and .'ho just had a good meeting in Trinidad i. PUeuxca and Sweet Rock',. Flieuxco has won several races in this class but appears to bi one of those who only just scrapes one at a meeting and then runs off. Meanwhllwill Sweet Rocket run better than she did last November in tho mud? That too needs some working out. T HE maidens are not only numerous but largely unknown. On past form French Flutter would appear lo be the one with the best chances bill there are others like Darham Jane, Castle In The Air and Timbrook which 1 like on looks only. The colt Caatle In The Air i> particularly pleasing to the eye and I have seldom seen better make or shape in the W.I. The filly Tunbrook would not. I ahould imagine, appeal to everybody on looks, but I like the way she moves over the hard ground without making much noise while others can bd beard pounding in the rtclnttj Of the Drill Hall when one is sitting in the stand. She has the appearance of the staying type and I like her looks as such. But then horses do not run on looks and there may be some others who have not caught the eye who will do well on race day We can therefore expect some substantial par! and forecast returns In the races for maidens. A S we come to the crcolo classes It Is learned with regret that only three horses are likely to run from among those classified Ii or D2. These will be %  ry Ann and Oatcake. As most readers will have already guessed, this means that Bright Light will not be coming over from St. Vincent t.• mules! (he llarbado* Gumvaii. There la no doubt that the absence of Bright Light will rob our classic of much interest. Once again I say this it another good reason why we should have hi t&i .dditknial classic in November and not In March. With Dunquerque already occupying such a position of supremacy, most of the local owners and trainers had more or less resigned th< rnauhnat to %  race I etween herself and Bright I.iKhl and consequently were not considering the classic very seriously for those which they had paid nil v. • anU happen now" 1 Will they race for second money or will they leave it to Dunquerque to walk-over from one i Worse news follows: Cavalier, ranked an easy third to Bright IJght and Dunquerque in order of merit will also be absent from the Guineas. That leaves in. as far as I know. Apronusk, Caprice, Cardinal, Columbus, Diarose. First Admiral. Hill Prince. March Winds, Rambler Rose. Seedling ami Bunlna. With Dunquerquc this makes twelve all told for the classic. Of these I will be pleasantly surprised ir inure than six actually p> in the race. E XCLUDING those entered in the Guineas, we now reach down to E2 where there are only fom on the list. They are Appollo. Collcton, Usher and Vanguard. I saw Usher on Wednesday striding out very nicely and if nt he will certainly have an easy time in thia company. Of course there are no E class races but he will receive so many pounds from Cross Bow. while Dunquerque will be looking after the Guinea., that he ill have | splendid opportunity on the first day. After that is over, it will be interesting to see how Dunquerquc will shape against him. I N F and F2, again leaving out those listed for the Guineas, wo should see Miss Friendship. April Flowers, Clementina. May Day, Miracle, and Sunbeam. If Miracle is still improving, then there lnothing in this lot to give her a good gallop. On the other hand, she did not do so well in Trinidad and if she cannot better that performance, then there are chances fur April Rowers or Miss Friendship. The chestnut gelding Sunl*\im has also improved a lot in look* and he might show us something better than he has in the past. | AST, and in this case least, there will be those in G and G2. *-* There should be nine of them as follows; Bctsam, Blue Diamond Diadem, Gavotte, HiWorship. Joan's Star. Rosette. Cottage and Twinkle. The last three, 1 must confess, are completely unknown In me. I do believe I saw something exercising on the Savannah the other morning which could have been one .r those three, but the les* d -Q u aucn a specimen the better. 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SUNDAY. FEBRUARY 3, 1M2 SINDAY ADVOCATE r AGE rrvt One Accident In Second Regatta F"— -—'•' From Bathing Dress To Bikini STAB, BOAT Hurricane Damaged ( %  Oar Taahttng Con-^peadenl) HURRICANE, owned and skippered by Ian Cale met with a very unfortunate accident whan the Second Heaatu of the HBY.C. was sailed in Carlisle Bay yesterday afternoon. Her spar was broken when she and Mischief collided The most amaiing thing i that her stayg ar<-till Intact. She and MiMh.fi v>-re about to Mart when the jaimm occurred. Howevw, Ian tails mr that hr ha* already made arrangtim-nts to get another ipar and will be racing in the Third RegalU next Saiurday. From what 1 can tee this mishap should not put him out of the running for the "D' Class Trophy. The race yesterday was boring at times. The wind was light and on some occasions the boats looked as though they were anchored. It was south about and In calm .-eas Nine boats started in the "B" Class. Wizard, Hanger. Circe and War Cloud did not race. Honour* went to Fantasy, owned and fckippered by Teddy Hoad. Teddy sailed a good race and Fantasy which was completely overhauled nnd almost rebuilt, is sailing much better. Fantasy Leads Fantaiv started along with Hi Ho. At the end of the first round She was In the lead, a minute and ten seconds ahead of Hi Ho, second. Moyra Blalr was third. Because of her late start, Mischief was away behind the other "B" boats. By the end of the second round Fantasy had increased her" lead. She was now one minute and 40 seconds ahead of the second boat. Flirt, which overtook both Moyra Blalr and HI Ho. She had „ ,. a lead of 55 seconds on Moyra Y*"ioo~ got away from he Hlair. Okapi was fourth, followed start At the end of thenrst lap i v Hi Un and Rasful --he had .i lead of 55 seco n ds Oil i m p b kS..% !" £T.V !" an , Com., -con ^ Thund.r. ihw. . win. She did the race In two was 41 seconds behind Comet. „_„ houn. 11 minutes and 22 seconds, beating Edril b> 55 seconds average of 43 minutes anu FEB. 3 — NO. 209 The Topic of Last Week lakes a bo*,' m i .in l. M | link ,-d to be the ftrst ...TI 1 don't think %  the—shall e mmings. But I s to do of crwrgetii %  !. haohstn-kc. butterfly, hmist•stroke and sVhal -.,n.t parti '"all w. •.. %  11. r ., i the standard t mmmr in Barbados. Ni lha< .. have not got atiy atuod swim tent) Uii n-i-n ,'ttry un<-rthnd.>v ,uid having Wum everything from the Bog imtterfly I cat, .Muir you thai the offVsBg* strokes arc faster. An Amerk'. quite ure if Barbados aratt. m let lOUSi) *** iould send BCS u %  Is u i i Mya pk Gags) one dav. l !!.. back in my subji buihmk osturn. li wi.uld so that in Uw early day. i-athlni popilF % %  ' 'i aSTO :t d !" a -' %  l"J I THE STAR CLAB8 BOAT, FanUoy. owned and -kippered l>y Toddy Hoad. scored %  victory In tha "at" Claim whan the gtcoiid KJTC Regatta waa held yasUraay Fantasy wa> almost rebuilt last year. sa.. tall f# (he old fashioned oeHinttf pot. H 47 seconds a round. Flirt was ond but her average was even better than Fantasy's She did the race in two houn., 10 minute* and 25 seconds, with an iffflfl of 43 minutes and 28 seconds pfi round. HI Ho. which overtook Moyra Blair In the ft mil muni 1 was third. Oipsy's time was the Vamome Leadtni. hll * Edril and Tempest. There waa a rush to complete this £££„ ded into u aani Commi Zephyr 5bT' nt* lhal young men and girls bathed around the statue of St. MHOSBU Bt Zurich, and while the girl, wore drawer;, the men bathing with thorn only bad to put (hem on as a penalty for want of skill. >t Tegg. an artist, painted n picture (| m IBM of a pardon balhing clad only In I head dress. *> that he m VftMll ".< i, wearing id-hnnd London e-ptpes in all the gl< te iMipiII have thOUSjhl "f pultlnji on the kinic'' drawers. "The judges*' Italph Thomas records In hla siniinin" "(old men and probably not swimmers, decided .u tml him Incidentally. It is inteiestlng to note that at least m one place in (irllaln nude bathing is still illowed. In Oxford a part of the names is reserved where underKraduaU^ and Dons may bathe mule—and thareb}' hangs a tap ut not for publication J>~IH i-..n is.tt imh Iga ifcassk "•• • %%  •i* (t'oot. . ii <4j>it"iy s< ••"* "••• '••d tof t( Ljrt liasasM asvt s^anrtkiai -fk.fc*. ,:,..... % %  .. waaNyeats *dt*i Thi. >•*.. it*. J*icn .Ufd i i ^ % %  ^ • %  ^ Issakaf %  *••'laofceut i ' wihMin. d..o..< % %  mates* n.n>"iv p'" t' 1 1 ithsk "* n !" 'i'' t, '"* |Hur. toms o" it • '•*' ZfatiJz ^ff'i. Attraction In Action GET IT INTO TOUR HEAD! "Vaill Urn.inn ul • u > Womtn's bathing dresses svem Bsssted their utmost in c middle of the nlm-teentii %  ntury. The 11 lust ration from Cur I860 shows I womJti elotheil hat to boots it hirdlv that it was worthwhile inging at all. From that period be 'Sh"e did-'theTacc V two Jg-l ^ beau saded mto a ISP %  ^.ult J-.,. .JJ-JM hours, three minutes and 50 sec*^*~*"lLl na we !" *"* %  thostwh.. MUad IW for them, ends. Her average per round was nl d a '"^ !" : on __.,. mm mabout 1B0O but the majority did 41 minutes and 17 seconds. Vamoose went on^lo wm.beat .. MgkltlflMlsy Wllttt wttadUl Un, vim omament.'' In the "C" Class seven boats mg aTdrd. which overtook Cornet, .fir-*. MitHIIIIl,_ III^ IUtl sj,r MWMSMti m lAndoti In the Seagull, Cannet. The Ugh*lo.nly snatched the thud position |90ft a ctMrT9Spon ^ eD t notes thai nlng won. from Comet in the closing stagesThe Ladles' Spoon Cotlipetitiou not long since, an adict was ia-su-rd Kog-ue gave u minute to Oanni*. Comet however managed to win w h.ch was hxed to be played yes|, v the Police in Pan*. prdhiMtlng but at the end of tha llrsl round hy five seconds. Fifth was Thunder u r( | n y was played off on FnaP '•C Class, with the exception of %  %  Rogue His average per round r,*.*.!. was 48 minutes and 51 seconds, MIKIUOI %  35 seconds better than Gannet's. < Second was Dauntless, skip£• pered by William Skeete and ,„ Lj third Mohawk. Dawn came hajjela fourth. S !' Only five out of nine boats ^"S^^ raced in the Tornado Class, "ft a !" Vamoose, skippered by Tony vaa Thnr^iyke Hoad, scored a comfortable win. nina" ftpaysfosay Tha Willing of Woehoo island in the Sandwich Islands. Captain Itocchcy says that In 1827 W ii the present da> the history of A omen's bathing costume* is a I .story of shrinkage From long pantaloons and long .eves the advance wa* mado to dart paiiuiloons and short %  .*ve After that the sleeves ,,,. M moved, and with them went the 'loon*", leaving pants Then, nvt darUlf. and not too Imig ago f"r me to remember, ,.m Hie b Mh sSssi bathing iUli S-tmcyears later the inevllabli* .. ih.baUiIng %  Hilt split mto two dlftlnrt parts And now those two pieces are shrinking I'lie *Luetian of the moment i. Tan the Bikini get any .mailer? If TV* What' ideal fur were d"il> la the habit of i FOOTBALL AT Y.M.P.C. TODAY A football mat lo-day ai IM1.F.C. betweeti lladleiiha n T; and Mr. Audley ;nd 42 seconds, with an average of Inrrams te.nn The maten begii .* asknSkH and 51 seconds per ..• noon HadieuU, round. C. V I Tlie Third Regatta of the RBYC C. fl WalcOU, nown will be silled in Cailisle Bay at D. Hlgglnson. C WalUst, O Hus(1 ti..n 2.30 p.m. on Saturday. February 9. bands. G. Scaly, A. Mason and In 1808 this paragraph, hende.' K Mapp "Costume*', appeared in many ting ladies disencumber thcmselve %  their silk", slippers, and parasols. ,nd swim off In nno style to r/lDfl their mindle. on their heads, and reiuming their finery when the\ u.it on board. Nor was It les amusing to observe them jump overboard soon after daylight. ..nd continue sporting and swlm1 inuig IIA-U! the vessels in Ink harbour likes.. man. lo whieh thc> adhere uitli .i. much fondness na ever. Many, however, now think it Mcefaary to put on a bathing Alien ihey take Ihis reeirReserve: Nobby Eat wick. %  r* newspapers. "An Knglishman just home from the West Coast of *••.iM> < i>. !>) %  ant uau J.* ease bo* aa ui Si Tlusnk'OiHl (HI all thof pan %  %  I .ill (V lu hrll '. t" %  I inonnml .. ., HkS ..i.,ti.„i r Won-ll % %  (liw wsfci.il aosr h vaa mi-w rt-kr. a**".--!, lo HUH Ih* We M M %  violins •>r bo) H* ant !.•* %  •' *V#II SUr .< Ih* I smn-d lu (ttniia *aU> AlUi our iMtovtit rISi run. Bat i \i,a in .-si Mm i" "• |a -n i,4 nuaKl %  Well %  "•>• Ml i'U>i- Ikr S \„* H>.I .ii saw %  %  %  %  tpumured by J & R BAKERIES makers of ENRICHED BREAD and the blender* of J & R RUM AND YOU CANT GO WRONG! The tegular use of .ol Hak Food will, b> nt acnes o> i,". and tosip. ilt every bar %  Und and eiwooraac richer grosvlh. h piovfclct ra>urhsasnl %  o the alp and hair loots and Lorravu each troubles as ical Distui < I M UAL AGENCY Co. (Barbados) Ltd ri Bog 27 D4NDHUFF PARTIAL BALDNESS THIN St FALLING HAIR l fa i .i.nu apt llaatlssi of this Hair I and raenlW unfailingly In a renUf ti,-,.iiit(ul glossy ItCaid of hair. I ANALOL No. I Wuh oil (raBow LANALOLI libel) for hair thai it niturallr oily — Mirlnieni sad cooling LANALOL CRIAH ' drettlns ANALOL SOLIOICIEO iBakalita t-oii An idval fi-aiiva LANALOLSOAPSHAMfOO (Md ltlh A 1..1H--1 soap • lima. Lanaloln.,. run ? 11 St *• 113" *10 13.10 44 JI a.os.i s %  '• MM uu 134 13 a; as ISS.SI Mil | i e a MM i *sia MSS MSI*-. I.SI9S S1H SS.ll 1 SSI %  a saw FOR ALL PETROLEUM PRODUCTS R M JONES & CO Agents in A lluss by HsvUll THE NEW "A 40" VAN DVNLOl WITH THESE IMPROVEMENTS• ALL STEEL TOP AND BODY • STEERING COLUMN GEAR CHANGE LEVER • FULL HYDRAULIC BRAKES • NEW PANEL, REDESIGNED FRONT • MORE EFFECTIVE SHOCK ABSORBERS FOR LONGER LIFE AND IMPROVED RIDING AU ST I 1M you can depend on itl ECKSTEIN BROS. Dial 5007 Bay Street i J



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



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SI -l>\\ IKBSUARY a, ia SIADW U1VOCATK PAGE SEVEN -&ecCern. t.itl. Why I Said Yes VYlan Obcid Jown w E Princess Elizabeth's little dressmaker Two very Important women are If it Is Miss Ford. Mil* Dn? working quietly in London on a Kit.*' her sketches and material Very Important Job—the clothe! bafor. designing the hat*. Prince-.. Elizabeth will wear on the Australian lour. • • • Miss Avis Ford calls herself simply %  Court drcs*n asked me not to rail ha* ih.Royal Family' little woman round 11 small margin. .in.) they are skimping the pre-shrinking. "After wMVltiK. cloeh shoul<. ba shrunk back to its original .-use. In loo many cases now that doesn't happen What la the solution? IF AIX THE CLOTHES E left th... family suing thr.nigh iheii mail in front of the log ounge of the villa, and we went out I h to B> —because Oracle wanted to Ughn It had been a raw. rainy mtth ggal. and the tea was still weaving and suarhng nngnly over the hoi.. But just as the dag seemed about to pull its blind* broke through and the wind die! wn—and It was suddei pesneful. I could see that Oracle was moved by the asj ity of this late Capri afternoon, that she. too. thought U was I 1MB* symbolic. I took a look at her as she faied out across the water at a schooner heaving in lh.> waves, its sailing Ugh; i ising and falling like (tar shells A lovely and remarkable womim nt U 1 UJ There was no make-up on her As the owner of a bi.. face and no lipstick. "It hi use wearing lipstick when Boris told nines ware my is around." she had aid. He ta t definitely the type that keep* your hair always looking ruflled." There was a the eyes that A Winter tlar These tats are a BaVte.. Play reran, a Swim Pool. .1 lllht to handle U*ej add I win Bed Outsiu. and iWl. Ae rlrat ol all slipped i-erfection of French Cuisine .n'l W rformaMS *dh lugh economy 'uiahip I found him so ten days of glorious relaxation (or. If fOU prefer it low .1 ... ma the inconi A safe l>et is *m She giggled suddenly "Yen arable and exol of the count IB* ild have seen some of the West Irdtea. That what Ilia ol them, then decide on.Consul .dlately below m people I bad lo ill I while the) I nut the l km • itrst claas acwmmod.itton is wall '" In also use lots of s^ Her showroom haNONE 0 THE CLAMOUR "f Kfta USU May fair salons. There ore no crystal rhandeliers. no tall votes of outnf-teaton flowers, no heady per/time, gt\t chairs, or fhtrfcpsled rarpets. ANT) HER assistants, instead rlir hat with of looking like film starlets in brim." glamour dresses, have natural '"TS"":";:..-"":...'",^, SE Ttu-y .11 bl.n...-.cl. ..liter new spring collection she is using a lot of CANDYSTUII-KI) malarial! and featherweight straws. Ifaca of her rrasamiaag or.* pnsiel-colon ml fi-athrr*. usually used only on icMter hois. Miss Day like* them for an oII*t'H'-uear-round ninm SHE WIU. veiling. M iK'pwIar ho| 'in' •._ ._. %  >iBt y H m/i MiDay, -u ill be "* •feg wives read the Instructions. 5**5 ."• "' %  >** clothes would not shrink so much ". ca <' *wtlng round "fton faring and would therefore have a long" "* j** lh ' !" fi , i,,,. And then the miM-hit-vou* I ftsaniilaeturei > ii i .i ba •• %  ••ail ef her vole lo lib. | then l-ruuglit her mind back %  .Uii.d if %  !„ i „ %  ii.-t iieen ,l "' ore-shrunk. 1 'upp.e it's really hk, ihU." Time corne a %  moment I HAVE received from America "' the life of every middlc-agv.1 Mr. Raswell I ynea '( %  aealsv—or hou to survive -Hi yes %  i a id after announcing a to Boris motatney a. %  lak th:. l be in o that I became Morris Hmw now -liowmg m f h .u,!,-,...,,! VELOP Untied and more eSTT* when he |M W asg Oarage Ud. V^t^^ tT^^J tEH %  l '" %  %  ' %  '*"* Ue i n> .i. priced fi .1 -jnad tourer has permanent -ltab te ai .11 food slore-. VELOF U produced and n A ad the 11..i %  i re deslritbe, Twiatnes and J the latter is ideal faff that ia'lf I had come from anywhere ut Lancashire where we are Ite-Uke, eh lad'—I would have th him.*' wlmiows that cut out draft fully "\" II mg vent* on both "ors and inartk tlnished •tlor with thick earpotli (ash 'A n nsjwU Thai %  | i %  row %  "i kugj H rgard Ami iJkan 1 hiiai i ; I happen at once You I and %  other place she die*. little woolen dresses, and loofe the well-bred dai county families. <{urt*n\ Tweeds Miss Ford herwlf. small dignified could aMbr bi ISM Bwlfl the corn muoh l shrinking, which adds of living, takes place i women's clothe* lounrirlcisewlees sou? inlpliK-k say-: "These dayshe says. manufacturers are working on a piUlItt" ilUrpei Brothers. Now %'ark). has made a study of I*" v NBXl . . ^oi' partT hore-. He evpoaes: QHE bad sha Mid, l>een packing i THE CRASHING B O R E O and living out of suitcase* .^i Uk.o -whose eoni-ersfltipn -i-rtjhs on -lu was .i %  ..II thai IBM He livem i you like a pJivSteol hunfrti." ". began to think. "Look here. (I THE GOOD LISTENER . lass. If you don't tlud yourself u But n war no* unUI a year ago -Ihdr ultimate (and sole.'] place wh, re you ran have ;ni t: 1 Rftct aim Wall, *N UsM soriol rontrlbutiON lo a perfp manent peace and (juiet soon, the bo* II ts lo makiborri our of other next thing that will get p.icked ighe li->ke.l out to sea and Was people." -ii a e*tflln'. That was one of 0 i, vl ,,g.u HVOHftBd %  plaasanl the reason why Boris and I "'. %  -, %  iiar. *' Well, ll eu ba ran idot lo ,„ c You sea all sorts of thing* and you Reeaell I.ynes bj lucky U hive •"• P^Pj* misled the lesnale KKIlHik Kul !" ,lft "' us h v '' ** urr %  ORES. THE SMILTNG a'<>ur age of saying Coli IMI'I lh„ a posh move?' or Isnt Oil%  smashing sofa?' "What we wagd to >,.y U 'That aspidistra looks terrible, but at least It's our very own. And so Is everything else In the b< %  KR lie.id turned sea-ward as ither memory came back t)f -mirae. Boris u a Slav, and s/hal Ul i an mean. •He hn got i ven renalbU Idea Unit monc% Ho thinks It is a icessary thing to have around a i II .enl to huv something, but i brass as a ..1 llr-t tight si .1 .nut he does not want 13 :nd he i* tft •., buy much (i.n1v gadget" for hi .*._ i.i un ,i iadin experiment.-) he just doesnt has been on the Island (h) fc , •5SV l-The ^mp.e-t kind of man One of his Slav chara.1ert.tlcs lhal iidl i more than irritatinn easy drop hood. independrn: (l ,., luM( morning drink c Its, Sou*-. — pringing. largt 'id unbelievable • • % %  Minor what it nly 121RH luggage boot : %  idd flavour to ud ota> .uid a II > %  dBaMB, Try l'l.. lb Sinks — At A. Bartwa s. •'. l.id ] ind thea.new anil they're well worth examining. N< LhlpptnS, breakages etc.. when uke* the plao llama* are also sastwIWOOd Ch.nrs in two lodels very itronab bud' j mil i lame among nv.-, %  %  items that include i"i. ufffuL pal %  m 'i%  ( • i •nse of lime When you ask I i meet you al ten o'clock he %  been known |o turn up at Iwo In the afternoon — and also a tunes at eight In the anting He runs his life on the lines ot doing )ut what ba Waml .'.ly to want to do useful or kindly things CAJtrooNisr Birrs LOOKS inro rnt I WEIGHING KQOM —L.E.S. MAY BE AMERICAS FIRST LADY Nancy Pigoii. who moved from a neat red sandstone house In II fashionable backwater of Glasgow to an equally unpretentious while brick Engllsli-typc cottage m Washington, is wondering with more than normal feminine interest about her next address. II> IIt-iii-* l.tsv*flash. ngtoi he South women anal too cut.' Hhe explained. makes bar home In WashOrlglnauy a three U-dffali R h IW 48 i. nntl bat %  i ,im or n 1 > cai as the family grew in number, back to Glasgow T month5 o| „„. %  "^.rned. It Is as „„ T , n .H (, Ilia Staler A PAUSE, when a tiny greyhaired woman eameut and handed us a drink. It was the sister of Grade's late husband Monty Banks, who bu now rome lo live In the villa al Capri Grarie wail, d until she had gone, and said: "Of nurse, you must not think 1 Ml dUTarenU) aVOut settling down when Monty was alive I felt exartlv the same Why. I built thi.new bathing \ to be extended Mntro, Uu Can/one del Mar pool and restauranl and a night .lub just so that M.m'v iM arm— for the hftVl to meihiiig to keep him busy icthiiig %  i suppoi :i |,[ion he foUOWOI and w<_ w simple as that. We came to I %  It could h. the U. While Hou.."i, An..,,, II,. eradu^lly b.okc '"S* h ,' h '„, C n iovcfn, to look ""„ '".. %  "• avenue. For It I. |u.t po.,11,1.th.,i *• % %  < %  • „p u. the 5e„.le buildinn in W..h*J? -KJ^ 0001^ wSdSei Into the youne one). I. .lightly J' U JJ" ""V"g" „, %  „„ ,,, „ n l,n,n l,.|,-.v„ m n," Some ..t her 'H'Z'TuV JilJ.d TS I SSKTSSS *V ttMSffil?* Ha^S^ 35 blown-up .ix-tool photofruph of P*h| b , if r .nvi„uidy: He hit. tremend1" myieU: 'phj' !" ''. !" ."*'. her hu.band in tliv Urgeel t*. Y1U T "^,, "".. l„, n m lllon' of "U. I...II." Ullle wonder. He I. >'"" !" "i' ""' md !"" v }i" K ,m ol W.dnndon'l WllSLBViX* wS JTTVTI he 6lt,2ln., built In prouo,!,on..and !" Hy '• u K 1 ; k .'^„, r I u i 1 '.'li 0 .?S!nk 2i§ %  Well. '-'-ndshlL .olertion iNftwii'ii Boris and me. .otd affection turned Into love. Ami nut very long ago Boris OWN beside me and asked n o to marry him. I .m not going l pi eland I ,l ( )li,e,l 1 do know t t' nly enormously happy d I idled up one of his earholes vith salt water And that's about ii -Insaid, turning to look back iioufc. Home W E could aea th* broad figu ol Iknis standing In the bacon Iha In, aood % %  dep.'iidable looking A pc.i d kind of .spresslon i iiauc's face as aha saw He is o pet. isn't he?" ihe %  t Won't it be nice lu come home i It as quite dark now lor Capri I t the >ky was very clear, and H i.hviously going t. \ peadaral evening igs Hardware S> MakaM BI % %  b tope from a i •> baa jut Urn ... and dishes. A particularly u.ennd, by way of c£d*a% naVd fJ '""" "** '\ "V ^Gw* %  ,, ., ,. t ... rot i taafti i. 11 %  'AatlE'Wtl tW l,l# "" I In £ v.-?i I.W -Ihe ,1000. M put.-1 *" %  '; f %  '** a You (even 1 i' iuortn Step-i. shelving. i;i)M Mllag .on! nar> a puncI'artitioning and many other luie. That'll -olvc my wublem ilungs with only tliiee hand nyway The tyre that gives lools and screws. Cant bo done. Ishlp turned Into | ih, a sort of rVk ATLAS eh? whad Jn bet — b.-t" Vouve between Boris id U'a al the Ess-i Servlcenter lost' ll can be gOM alright with pn 11.-but k SI Take .1 look .it truly .istonlshlnt ease T*V lie Atlas Halterles when lies' malarial Is Rigid Steel Unlmet li i drop in fur a car grease—a Major that is said in lengths thai Jong lasting asset i iy car combine toward %  nd immensely reliable In Xhn slblllties In .n..truelion WdK Tropics. Atlas products are of Box Forms 'H' SaeUoii::. ^f Ihc lined available and are .1 Sections and 3-way Corners, you keeplnl with the top-flight caa make *em all. AvsllabL' gaallUaa ol this Eso Serviuenthrough 8. P. Musson Son h Co,. Ir ph 3WB. I i lard Hotel, hired as hendquirters headed mi t tee TV ns he 6n. 2in., bum in propornon, ana "•%  •-""Congressional Comused tn be star of Tennessee golftMM*_A Jg! used in nv s -o m 11 HIAIV v,..,.. _i_ verllty footbell team and (ootball berou olher people i . %  • i >,. %  rmrmv 1 OKI Ctll America is really rugged of the "Kefauver for President' JJ^s^fti hwegUgatad crlw Club. ... Quietlv competently he handlol and ..I,,, Skt7 <• % % % %  £ %  < Sl3 anTwSn,TS rU-tr;AW """"""vui u,'/ ?,'" the only contrast to the shori rer,„.._,,„_. time \ isiiurh rroin an ovar in Stan lamb coot which the wore q ^, h n nU ||W II was a straw in the country drop in to see myhusband. OVar a black frock. wind when the lawver who helped Ev",V,h n "" """ rm "' "Mm." said Mrs. Kefauver. apS-JcorronltSe. Rudolph Halle>'. hectic all t precUtively. "I h;,vcn't seen that !" h i,f !"!" n hr popularity of i dren and our two cocker spaniels picture before." How did the woman from Claagow become embroiled in Amer'•' president of the Council, no pad were happy. I Just could not sclile down. I looked around at my family and at Monty's. They were all safe and sound, cither In their own homos or here in Capri. „. a ..... — Aed the only thing there •eem11 the time with the chlled for me to do—being the odd d our two cocker spaniels | Ild u ou t, so to speak—was get back room at the White House? •„ work. lea's DCcOme emwru.n-u in nmn.!„_, top politics' The route not so circuitous as Mi explained it Kefauver When Nancy could she waei "Hey, Pops; ..'thing the sands she called, snd the (Jowly falling away. tall, white-haired man gosing p i a to place again I felt It .. my Bfi going from I was M . alongto the Committee hearings ^./.Tthe big !" pictu !" of" Ers AmericarfM? nSher SSU &?Z£X?1^Jfi£& !" v * te t SJP* "&£"?£ OAMB1. Oracle's enormous wolfTennessee. But they lived in Clas• would all ow only his nanas |hc rty tonlghl AndI she i* ^^ u> metM CrXnooS Ttn'e\^ to it von.tituene, meetin, the yoton. !" Es,„ for xnelhln." he ,d. -Donl tell me you re .,1,aid S.V raoUm'. rtS5v 1 • ">" "" '" • ll,K "' T 1 Ch *£'Southern ,1, ol doo. Sod^ceil to %  rliun. young l.wye. But ,hr-doe, no. make .peeehe. L#S^S;S#^S^S*# ^sv#*s^#*#^t#i \Vi>l. I 1M.AIITY (BarbadtM) I III. MAUL A NOTE .. Visit I : H %  eCJ^oJ^Mi JMI *r\f **" graaasaj ibi < am ressau -. wsneis/li-ifl, <>'*-< %  rag asdf t, aWnianaJ ii* — >• SANDALS MAOC i c. a J. eiK LOC*. AClNtS ART SILK PIQUE Reduced from 11.04 to 73c. per yard MOSS CREPE Reduced from $3C5 to $264 per yard FLOWERED CREPE Reduced from $288 PLAID TAFFETA Reduced from $2.28 STRIPED TAFFETA Reduced from $399 to $2 88 per yard FLOWERED ART 8ILK — Now 0c. per yd. METAL IMPRESSION 0E0R0ETTE now $1.80 per yd. From $8.70 to $300 each SWIM SUITS from $14 88 to $10.00 each SATIN LASTEX 2 PIECE 8WIM SUITS from $18.00 to $12.00 each SUITS from $9 00 to $6.00 NIOHTDRESSEB — from $10.00 to $800 each SILHOUETTE BRASSIERES from $3.81 to $1.80 each LADIES' SHOES IMITATION REPTILE From $471 to $3.00 per pair LADIES' HOLLAND SHOES Backless & Toeless from $7.08 to $360 per pair LADIES' SHOES Oddments — from $8.00 to $3.60 per pair LEATHER HANDBAOS— from $6.00 to $1.80 each PLA8TIC HANDBAOS — from $4 60 to $180 each LADIES' STRAW BAGS from $1.08 to 48c. each BAG HANDLES from $1.20 to 24c. each TAPESTRY 48 WIDE — from $4.00 to $1.56 per yd tut: CRETONNE 46 WZDE from S2.40 to $1.S2 per yd. tc 2 PILLOW CASES from $19.14 to $1200 per set PLAID TABLE CLOTHS 36 x 36 from $192 to $1.08 each PLASTIC TABLE MATS now 4c. and 8c. each McOALLS MAOAZINES from 84c. to 24c each McCALLS PATTERN BOOKS — from 60c. to 24c. each McCALLS PATTERNS — reduced to less than half the original priceOl IN I I III SI TO >|| \ FELT HATS — from $6.76 to $4.08 each FELT HATS (WILSON) Blue only — from $6.00 to $4.80 JOB FELTS from $3-00 to $2.16 OARBERDINE RAIN COATS from $10.00 to $7.00 „ $6.00 to $3.00 RAIN CAPES ART SILK SHIRTS PEGASUS „ BPARTAN „ FANCY COTTON $2.37 to $1.68 $6 65 to $4.80 $5.02 to $3.84 ANKLETS 52c to 44c. LADIES' LADIES' BEDSPREAD TIES 2 for $1.00 WALLETS $1.00 each ii \itit\\ .m in i'i. MILK CANS from $1.61 to 72c. each CHEESE SLICERS from $3.60 to $108 each CAMPING STOVE from $11.84 to $8 26 each CIGAR BOXES from $12.00 to $6.00 each RUM JARS with Measuring Tap Small from $6.50 to $288 each RUM JARS with Measuring Tap Large from $8.00 to $4 00 each IIVIIIO IMP I. MULLARD VALVES Now $100 each SSSM .llOw-t* !" '!' Pay IS a rimit without tb-lau . WIU. FOGARTY (Barbado*, LTD.



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IPNDAY, I'rRRl \1IV 3 152 SUNDAY MlVOCATE PACE NINE London Street Entertainers ^ ^i im ?' ( l rattle Of scandal ,CRED f.U\-c, Kv ROM: MARV SANDS i .-VL i.'i. f i - ,f | MItO Music %  %  -. ir. urium | pmesBBSj hM i am t-a lut from i -cry London child U accustomed. lo M all sort*m the Mints arvuna mm in the gutter, on the i t market plant, | Ufct Punch and Jud> and in.huid.v-gjfdv he now i quently, but ilu* ingcr. the baino nttf )u>mm he comes to know the policein.r. who moves on all —known and unknown. Street entertainer* are vaudeville in embryo, and ,n decay. They are professional entertamcif "..T**^ ** d Wl,h OPPO""""*. ttvc minute for another is *-itwa, his own by riulkin,. Oka aacret heart of hearts, gloatingly % %  !*^ih_i q a numb?r of in lo work **• 1 UtfUe "Wl" and there, a storm at sea. in pastel hope that thl time, sosarUung n*m ineir days on the stage are exist and ha, money to spare. and London soot. The entertainwill no a little wrong and JOeui finished and their only livelihood The theatre queues attract the ers proper were of UN Rtada i will no\ be able |e ,io i. "!. ^J?i %  p P c 1 to th '"y* 1 "-pr o who will treat the feat of strength and a feat of quite alone. The BkOn ana stiment.-ii pubUe of the amused and patient onlooker and during and the crowd loved ix-th and experienced amongst u ku greets but whether they are fulltheatre-goer to his version of the indiscriminately. that the hope is tori, rn t.n.r street entertainers or only famous soliloquy ihortly to be The act of strength consisted ol trick holds yci ..gam. ITie chair. P IH Deal between engageheard inside in all its pomp and a stout piece of rope and twelve Is thick and well turned, ihe ki.oU ML, m circus, music halls, or ocsplendour. The busker's attempt, willing members of the audience heavy and tight—and vet. as eve, casionai television, th. eta* eases, lacking only the whose Job it was to tr> .nrl (for It i> his )obl Johnny aaeapas u-warda each other are the same, youthful Are and velvet robe The alrangle the gentleman thev wai I writhing, twisting and making %  vnuiiKst tnis fraternity i* no theatre queues also get the funny paying to entertain them A I great upheaval, giving the crown dog-eat-dog", but a tolerance men and fjango Charlie with his extra precaution. Ihe collciioi their money's worth—be it OOfMl ind courtesy they never me spoons, but the old. old man who was made before the ro t e w* or silver. amongst their professional stage food on a bucket, head down in twisted round the neck. Si\ m Naturally the king of the or ciicus comrades No street the middle of the street mut on each end then put their whole aacapolofUU would not I %  %  %  rrnvnainer starts his perform nee either have taken up a |ob more weight on it and th v muscles on ed u bow his knee before officialuntil the •turn" before has stilUble to his age. or have run the neck of the daring man quite dam's having removed hi* West rushed and collected and cleared out of buckets. unnerved the fnint-hearted in the End playground He has easily away: none would cut-in on Times change, and the taste ol crowd Hi* wife however .-.*escaped to Petticoat Lane where another or 'Jump" the queue patrons changes with it Why. sure-l u thai he could do this although 'he purseare thinner, anoincr ww working. for example, should the fire-eater doeen times a dnv; that he regu. the, gusto is as greit and the perlo see street entertainers you have given up his joh -refer, mlarly did it all winter In the drew formances as regular. need go no farther than the go and work in a brewerv" nnd that thev would be on 'he _. ...%  „.„-.-,._. ___ a cinema and the Ire aueues. On What can the making of beer hold road by evening he.dine for one * ""? ""£££. "" Sundays, cinemas in London open for %  man who can dowse fire In of the fairs being held %  • ' *•* * n "' ^"d" 1 *"*' mid-afternoon and In fine wenther his mouth and emit it aj > lack I^mdon Thev ran their < there are short queue* for the "moke? Who could chew glas* MARMITE IIS 4arors|r .Malrnlm I'd THJ VITAMIN SI I XTRACI MUN. Kios MILNO THr FLIGHT OF VOl Til D Jasnes Poa* lUnnr-. fen-.hle faa. m aagaa. Milnes MM M.vf.,11 duil 1885 %  tarj i r ., dillc%  l a failure The first ..m, ,.( p0B*> Henncuv 's frank bloraphy of lortan notable Procnlsi died The Flight %  : Youth For *OUSh hado*.,. but pffosns*, rus not been rea|Wriat. asks the pu/rled reader, did MorwkUm Milne, really do' A muofi ,th. >n%  wsj rsta] be) as an> '-...fartunng family Mdh T.500 acres of land and a renlroll oi tii.ouo j ,,,, ptuj i„ exoeetad lo do In thai case. wh> %hnuld he have impressed himself on h\> % % %  • %  aattonl that ludid'' m several reasons He was the rrjected suitor %  i eiice Nightingale. He was kind ISSjAJgHJ SjSSSiSHL llkf Sssi'lHe collected famous :n.n. like (jrlyk He was a Mirial entreprani ur who gathhll fahsoua breakfast parfias distinguished personalities who would rmt otherwise have met one anothei "Glib, pushing' He had some talent One of his poem* has reached the ()x%  k of English Verse. ga| cheaper seats. Here Is" the happv and wallow It" Who cmld hinting ground for busker*, swallow %  sword" One like* to (Street entertainers become think that only the promise of %  %  ^Mitkarsr vhen they work reeular weeklv nay packet would queue l seduce men a talent.--i anti %  • The one-man band, the funti> from amongst n> for certainlv. the man with jokes and patter, dodgm*w>way lietwee-. Wigmore ing the traffic tu oblige with Street -nd Oxford sirect-in a hi* t.p-dani.. (ba paper-teiirer *msll square bv the rt-qmnnwe--. tablecloths and ladders Is the poorer ind no other rr%  ran from coloured sheets "sdrr hi* %  rlsan to rtmlaca him of tliuc-p.|rlh. people r Unlll u , umm „, wh n lh .. The act ol daring is Johnny Tucker, the esopologi-i. He u introduced by his paitner at tne man liu CSUUtOl be kept t laimneut. Win and %  %  ao4 play in the shopping of Oxford Street and Chartim Cross Road. Win so crippled li body and *o healthy in lungs The accordiomm of all ages—th> particular consideration llhar from the traffic, pai :k—no. not even when that rare barrel organ, nowadays wilhsack Is tied with nlxty feet ot iinx out the mournful velvet-jacketeo chain. A sack is produced and monkey who stole hearts and juiinuy steps in. ine oORU are pennies with equjl ease. Uncmtied tighUy and the chains whipployeu musicians take lo the pad louiid him to the terrified gutters, but seldom does one see %  ol the youiigtst in the a pair of college-trained vioiinlsU crowd. Then comethe In exrmch as haunted the select alley hortotion. Can we stand mute by a church in Regent StreetTV"^^i 1 "^j;r"-'"' srvus'jzs %  SSJSZ s&s sszrz Wl '"' .-.ncma. bul have 10 cl ZTfr T h '" '"' Id their audience, and have the cap passed round in leu than / police got mure active than u>ual and with oui hands folded whilst They advertised on placard: one? their backs that although tliey passed from h>>nd to would like employment their I Ihf Irsal band and the second exhortation raxuon for playing in public was ;.r i.iiinT\.iuiiiiietii itei. %  %  tjit.% i.. nan 1 possjlbtl daml |e prva HM paslaan-b] HI oppor* hind Traialgai Square bordaTad wurlh only a copper—.i I rthing. lunity of hearing Johuniin Seb.sby a public house and the statin a cent" If, for a moment, one tlan Bach and Morart plavcd by of the great actor. Henry Irving, amongst us had thought to see a professional players' Their musn Any day. spring, summei gnd street entertainer as part of Lonw as very sweat and doubtleearly autumn you could have joinJ. n'g free offerings to increase the far-sighted impresario snapped up ed the large crowd of dirks gaiety of nations, our dl-illusiontheir talents. typists, "nothing-parti< ul.i -to ment Is complete. The scathing London has retained, even In do", shoppers and odd men out, tongue and well-worked Jnvertivi this dulled Industrial age. soniewho. on their way lo lunch. M Kalnst ttMaM Bl the edpe ol ihe thing of the gaiety and colour that .-. %  .idling beatera the naxi fob. crowd who with to aas) but do no< was hers, by 'repute, when paa*ed the time of day watching wfcsh 10 contribute might be bearChaucer's tales W0T0 told nnd the entertainers. New for Uiut %  big if. .it that moment. Johnny, visiting )oters and troubadours type of Londoner was the girl with prOM <>n the ground and hideously invented their tales of wit and rod hair, who patatod. MM gtcfaohafd, did not elect to give n beauty. London is a *radliioml 'racted an interested and regroan and mighty heave. At last town and through the .ears the cherche crowd arm earned a uw Anal copper has been flung traditions are winnowed Mil ihe reasonable livelihood that w.iv on to the stones: the final silver street entertainer stay |>er<-nnial' with n u commission to oay a %  IxOOnca DOIoAlOy taken l>\ the j v fresh nnd nlive with Ihe -gennd plenty of publicity, walling wife and child Thbl| rid l>-Hef still In their minds— At her heels ws the pavement moment iUpOO us and not ont artist. He proved that all his work in the crowd who does not. in hi LIBRARY LIST MON'TROSE. li. C. V. VVedgwed. CaUlns. 7s. d.. li* pages. Montrosc. a ScotUth Preabyteriaii sjan||g nian. soldier and poet, spent hu life in serving the "duarts and lust it through them Stoiy of .t noble nauV.ake. HOW TO L| V| lilt YEARS. By i ...,, teeaaro. Health fee AU.' aa.. U pages. Foui centuries ago an Italian nobleman a/TOtg .his book of instrucUoru %  oat provod it right b> living iido I ninth year ll HIJOU IHVII.H By L. P. llartlr) %  ,,„ Mat. ISI, i.,i ii ; p „, v is willing dhslingul i ilhng lad. . unconvincing n novel on the threadbare topic of conversion. Thenarai however a lassknown side of Milne* span from th, pobih srork wfirh Vueeit Victoria reeagnisi peerage Th, Natlooal Biography o. •Uncas at it n. i.., „ ,,.. fine tastes jn | head of %  ited am ecstatic young priest" and manport of wquftltt r wttintta n had a taste for cruiltv but thought it wukr.1 to kill ..n mals for food On,of (hi \ "I unies in his libiai> m !• bound In human skin Hankey beeMine known u French authors, who spread ihi i>elief that sadism waUsh vice Thus .mnjn Ira .i "tn couacllou on which young Swinbtune descended will %  farlU crltt ol dallght Mlu> |.i %  i niuplirt th. poet But Bwlnburni dear, was half-corruptei bs> forc he reached the shelves a Pi vaton In the company a) amiable man, whose rhararte had a curious streak, jgnv Popt^HesWossQ conducta sn in toraalinsj tour of the Vlctorlai^ world, with glimpses of some ol its darker corners tWKFT WATERS; A Chllei Farm By C J I^mheri %  %  ."... .mi VVInduo III that n laugt 1 gOat r voi silver and silver buys food and lodgme HOW GRIM TO BE MARRIED r rn> A flW.NJTTfi Bv CEORGE MALCOLM TIIOMSO\ IIIOVJAH CA and Idea of iii'i.n Symons. JiiK pases. Having discarded one half of On tho day of the promised the religion of his Calvlnistic uprising of the people, he set out fathers, Thomas Carlyle made manfully from his house hi i JftM was the harder btOrtOd and more perceptive of the two She vuffered more It was a household doomed to unhtppifaagg, yet It seemed doubtful if -ither would have brs-n more tappy wltfi another mate When Tane died. Thomas mourned with •xtravagance and sincerity Julian Symons produces a highly readable picture of this oarnest tempestuous Victorian menage, laying more emphusithan Is usual on its comeily II. rs, refu-ed to see how holds the balance evenly u-tw.. i association pained his wife. man and wi,e H %  sympha-VI*: The life wawliat CariyU looked Prophet. By The Chartist movein.ni caught Jano ^^ ]x „ n ,„ lhlnk th d i | n >ctic but (iolUnci. 21s. his eye. Hope for England lay Kp aristocracy might after all. writes to a nice length lie England's hope PANZER LEADER Hy Qtat. _, ... eral Helns i.mhn Michael The sardonic apostle of work ,__,_,. ,^_ ,,_ _.__, „..„.., of i A(I v AshlMirton's !" ^ h ta *" *"*" himself the prophet of the other Cheync Row. Unfortunately, ne .. Rrumt am) no | ( | c endurance of half, He descended on London In forgot to take his umbrella and w>1) ^ Wll)k ,,,. ,,„, ,„, |llf 4n the thirties of last century to the rain ^began. After iheltenng ^ ^ fun )V preach the virtues of work and 'or •' htUc in Uurlington Arcade Nf> wonaft tra i j lin e looked silence. the philosopher of revolution „„ thc frlcndahip wlth ^r took the bus home. arca*m und u leahHitv which *'" nnd P 1 "" 1 of reasons H. brouh, will. >. %  .. ..._ ..._. S?^T. nTwom^orJne loriS %  " • %  """ k ''" This Is a book whiiti shourl be read and pondered by all tempted to rearm Oermany. In thh. famous Geiman tank general's account of his war thev :.. •nd >?. -? tS^mk^n.Trhe'peoph?. ! > hide-. tendencv to constipation. f-il. n He was afflicted by noise, fools P"">r WH and th;popular superstftutlon themsel that man's chief aim in life is the i tho pursuit of happiness. He dls-^IO. liked Tories (especially ild an honest is temperof seeing Ihe derby a h m.Twho''l ... They were as bad aa have detected. amentally incapable rlstocracy of whom Carlylr -n ie .vrvant problem was a ""X problem save from with savage Irony. "What constant plague. One maid, rnan point of view. Human the do those highly beneficial Indiwhom Jane had trusted, not only atrocities, the Anglo-American Hebrew conjuror* Disraeli), viduals do to wiety for their KHVP lim ()> p-rt i eii but ,„ --air terror". Hie hanging of Liberals (especially the windbag w-nges? Kill partnoyei. ton inn osr U veted .' an illeglmate child Kelt el and JodI after Nuremberg (Jlaostone). the idle rich and the last' No. by the soul of man.' m |,„. hwiM A J( m ^ u;)r) m p all th.-sare mentioned with bsty poor. The whole literary etc.. etc. drama wanarrowly averted. controlled_ indlgnat %  looked upon with %  • When his brother John, who niPKFNS was -A aood nhrerv was travelling physician to a XtSSFSSS whoVtheo^ S lie -untess. ^2*2 U S-f tK WHS utterly wrong He thought he had not seen.enough of tho man ought to be buttered up! aristocracy to urrferrtand them, kens was worth somethe prophets eye flashed. No. Ihing—sa> a penny, to read of Pf! ^ra J D, nu .in evening. ho went blithely off to attack While the leas In labour in Poland ind was disgusted by the fhO email rooi at rhc end of aggression on Kussia only because Isuj diaiif-rooin. Mr. Carlule it was a strategic blunder. u-es takiNtf lea in the dlnimv Hitli-rs chief Uunderm. as seen illi Miss Jeirsbtirv iatkby C.uderlan: to hit r,, r )om ,,j,.. gssuagaj TAttJRQ to sgatcft : %  i was never talents, her fading looks, her Dunkirk. Nobleman M waohoned hold on ihe contumaFAILING lo arrac*. lhro.gh Spain. H-iiiih a' attached to any noble woman — in rapacity of ctoUg genius she had marrlod, I n rfNYSON was tolerable, flunkey or in any menial cap." It) J prrt herself up to self-pitv because he was a big man and a whatever The doctor crushed and wasplshne** When friends moker. He was the and penitent, sent his brother >[*c to Carlyle of the blind '"wi rojJVG ^hr 1 onlv English poet of the age length of tweed for a suit. adulation with which the grin horn Carlvle did not advise to But brother John was in th* Of great men make nhem look trv prose instead. Action, revolution, sweeping away of t end justified complete under the spell accumuI....I. Ashburto ,ig.-> Th Fnr Carlyle fell ridiculous, hi ATTACKING ffussiO; Hack ot Afosrott' unril |he carripal> In cose of sudden sickness or accident you can call on your doctor at any hour of the day or night for aid. And—at any hour of the day or night—we stand ready to help U doctor in an emergency . with medicines, first aid materials, prescription! fllled . and expert pharmical training. I r Accurate Prescription Service. Call at ; KM*.II IS Mill 4. MOHIS He spoke pompously in Parliament for liberal causes, hoped in vain for office Each speech. ^Jld Disraeli, was worse than the one lief ore. He was an In'rtgUar and a gossip He ROW hie friends, but not their confidences. A faint air of absurdity clings to him The liking of his a*. HB tl nt a nc ta sioppd *i,oii of iidrniratlou Carlyle found bun "a most bland. Minima, aetnli|Ui//ical. ,-iffei tioiiati, highbred, rtallanuksd Unit man who has long ohve-bliuid hair, I dimple. iit-Kt lu no linn III.,, k woods Magazine dismissed him as "glib, fluent, pushing, confident. iinalia„ there hi his Yoikuhlre militia uniform The chief crisis in Ihis second half of his life is seml-comlc. Time is the closing stages of Ihf War. Milnes Is happily married. :n i cpt poliln ..1 f.nlore but || not r*l Dtk Utd U] .' He said The worst part of failure is the envy of the successful It is Impossible to l.e just at once lo them and to ourselves." Feollng lhat he must hiive %  ward for his ; services. Milnes sought a peeiage. 'the token of a half-sin cess In life' for hll I.dln i %  was not the Hist tune he had tried to confer such a benefit. After an earlier effort, Peel had once written to him, "Out of respect of your father. I advise him to retain the dltirullOB "f m>t l-lng a baronet He Milked This time, through I %  ton—and after immense lobby ing l-> V to QM I'ler Milnes in YorkILIM Me was an upright, levelheaded Unitarian, who •rlthoul 'oiisulting his familt sent the Prime Minister a nob teously declining the peerage Disraeli noted Ihe son's "despair" and (wronglvi gttrtbuteo the refusal to old Milnes's deire to mortify his heir Mil Ml talked and ttora .natters woice b) ing the notion that the was offered In recognition of hi sea'l merits The wound festered for seven yeais when Milnes his fathei a barony IdTnends, who had him 'Lord Tattle of BeandaL had now to call him Lord Houghton ^ %  %  .' W* food for family( ""**m t \ \o self-contained and he shared l* with 1.500 illiterate Chileanwho helped to work thc Miff Iii a stiaigld'i>i" '?'! Of that vanished socTetv, Lam ina pletun Of noslal' gic charm He tells how his family sVOn iihle to buv tatt fun. vlous owner bavtOJ OSJOn ruin" by a dlscnviTS" of aold on tra property Whil.ht thought hi labourers were digging gatitiu tunnel through a hill thev were in fact pursuing phantom lode of gold. tdlean toll dot ttitnics It makes hrv-,inih miani grow Mft. high. "In other plants lull in ingle' baeorns dwarfs out thart P> grre EngUsh cattle tun, generetlon 01 two Into creature" with DM DtM H hUgBJ liiims. Id neilh.i t"i m n ,i milk Bart Mn du.e offspring like •Ylld A wind from a blowt Srouan two* I w ib WIN.Ui "fV*'[ I Muiliifatlurtrs 1 if .Vifmiul Rr|Mirl The Manufacttm I .1 I llusifiess in Force of SI.14I null' The new business in INI $18 million greater than that WTil ten In the previous year iii amounted lo I9B million Payments made to polv i.ndcr their contracts tut ill i !26 million and were dlatrihutd Uneliciarles and policy hold, i .,,•>. -1-lms, matured endow ments. annuity pjymei.ts other policy benefits, includim S.1 million in dividends to polu i: older s. The Assets of the Company gi< 10 1448 million OOVtTl f-ovemment gun ..nstitute.1 20% of Assets and COi l oration and inunu Ipal b mOrtgggSJt con-tltuted II %  | rasaaTOd ind 11%. rath and oth< 11%. The rate of intersert earned or. the AsseU was 4 211%. I %  previous year's rate %  7 • The mortality txpsg %  row ibli aid r I |eni i ind Surplus not >2.>, rntllion %  %  nlcf repr. entatlve i Barbadot was thc te>i ( rodooar In the West Indies D tial and South Artktl V I ind bean ip|Krfntrd Temuniai Vk President of the Comp.u..' P duct Ion Clubs in that terriioi > \\ oui i KII:M .... IN A ranv SPOT Juit A l'i' Vurds nil Itroad Street in ft. Win. '. 11 %  111 s Slrs-t YOIK DRUG avTORB TIIK f'fsSMOPOI.IT \N FlaasM CeaaM in nnd Seal . Tllh HIM t.tM>its CONarTANTLT ARRIVING phone im mi p. A. CLAKKK, niMirwinn PHARMACY ENJOY THE FINEST DRINKS' ##/•** #! %  • II iilli in 14-11/ gg- i>l IT MMtllll. BSANOl Mini,lure' -V IMAKTUI UK Will ((uirls .O0 MAHTLI.L HR.XMIV ( IIKHllN RI.M -QuarU ll.Ot HUM Miniatures ..... JN riHMRFU — Miniatures BO g .14 ( || UK I BJtANDl t Kl Ml III Ml N I Ml Kl MMFLL Hi UKHIKItl BRANDI MtotalaWta M I'l nil BBANDY, APR N oi IIK win I Mllll I H Wl His \IHinil IUIIMH Hall Hot 2M I'l \< II Hit WIIV—Half Hot. 2.S4) (IIFHKV lilt WDV || 4 || Hot 2.M 01 R M 10 slaff itoi .. .M ANIHint. SII'KKHM Ihlf Hot 2.30 Kl MMI.I IIsir bel. 2M I in h MM I INI HI'M—3 yr. Old—Per II..ill. IM PKRLHTEIN HH H-1'.r llolth:• I'KKI.SIIIN in i f: Pel Carton 44t KOI \l III! Ill I Hi i:|[, I'rr Itolllr 4.M ROYAL IIK KH Poll I IVr ll-dllr .tff inll.lMIM s IMIISKV SiAASWl.lK SCOTT A # o.. Swank Swim Suits RIPLY TAPFETA SWIM SUITS in red, i... .1 blue and emerold green in one piece only. KYF.KI.ASTIK SATIN SWIM SIITS. in black, royal blue and gold, one piece only, alrapless. %  A'KRI.ASTIC SATIN SWIM SUITS in mullicnlour nnd plain denigrui, one or two piece with strapv CAVE SHEPHERD 10, 11, 12 & 13 PRICES Mill 7". I SI7.-J.1 Bro;u CO., LTD. Street JUST A rEW OF THE MANY ITEMS WE HAVE RECENTLY RECEIVED AlltH KII.H IIITKK S(ALES < nniplelc with N.l' Weiuhl|o/ lo lo/s ^ ^ Well linislieil. slron^K %  onslrui led .mil '"T" ^^ ucrnriile. I \efiil in tinHome. No office jfo—^yr >hiiilil he willioill one. xi.v $41.11 I:\III DRAIN IIMNIW; OITFITS Sei i gassrhsM in ito.ls. .id. .1 Icri. uiih y ^i | kul 1 ,lt:|S PftMH "LocRlaal" ne. 4 j_r— -' IstsM, lomplele wilh all asMcBsaaV| linings. S 22..TU lKH SKT BIRD (AGES ^^^ In vevrr.il si/i-N iiml shapes j{ ^*b—x>^ Nole our rem;irkiihls low prices which heal all roiii|M>tiliiin. I ram S | lo STt.72 'rh -ab—vK GAlVAMSFDI.ARB.UiFBINS Slr.mul> in.ill., anil heavily milvdnued. I tilllu Cunllol K. u n li. HI. ill l.i...I llnliiii ihi. hithly pr.iloclivillnKh l mtl likrU HI Innvuiiubir U(*nin fur on iiuli'liiiitr iirriml. Ill Y A lll\ TO-DAY I II in S-.IIII ll.in. SS.89 lS-in Ilia. S 111.41 Each IOR ALL KINDS ill DOMESTIC HABDWASS — TRY — HARRISONS %  •



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PACK KK.I1T SUNDAY ADVOTATF SUNDAY, FIBRI ABY .1. 1912 I BARBADOS^ AUVOMTr I. 1 T -1 Sunday. Krkru.r> 3. 1(51 CUSTOMS a XHftN n. . Ifibbeau i %  it is pos..u .ui.t; M IAS niHjperaiors are tun%  oOMUUOg io be gained MMptntMML u.t itic FtdtntDd Ctiambtn >i i-uiiiiai.u and ui Uic iirituth West ImUU Augar /u^ucidLiuM support this IMMM1I . is CJggsl IBM ail nicmDen derm ui'u',i tram innv association*. The nioiutui that tie bnmii Caribbean is IWWMI ULitrnaliy whether lrom London u ..oil. uiwwj the aavaiitage oi other Unas o. iw-opciation arc clearer lo the djslam observer man lo ine man on the spot. ii can he elated lrom a distance with BWJ cMgM*) ol con/icuon and sincerity UiaV ine wiusn Caribbean must lederatc or uisinleyraie, that it must have Customs Union, or become less signilicant through chronic disagreements. It is so obvious to an outsider that the only way for the British Caribbean to achieve recognition or status either as political or trading units is tor them lo draw closer together. All this is so obvious lrom a distance, but at close quarters conditions are changed and if the observer happens to be an interested party in the proposed plans for closer association his point of view alters with his new interests. He no longer asks : is this good for the British Caribbean, but is this good for me? lie will be happy lo hear that something is good for Jamaica but if he has iiieiititied himself with the island of Barbados he wants to know tirst whether Barbadian interests have been safeguarded. Political federation of the British Caribbean to-day seems further away than ever, because no one lias yet discovered a formula that will simultaneously kill suspicion and provide multiple benefits for all. But even without political federation unanimity of outlook on matters of what appear to be "common" advantage is prevented by natural caution and common sense. The common advantages to be gained from an effloctWt Regional Economic Committee are sufficiently apparent to be exempt from Ihe general rule, although the formation of lhat Committee represents a real step on the road towards greater Caribbean co-operation. Not so apparent however are the undoubted advantages that would be gained by the formation of a British Caribbean Customs Union. Before this dwtabUa nnl can be achieved more than a change of mind and changes of heart are required. Because potential participants are not asking what are the advantages to be gained by the area as a whole from a Caribbean Customs Union, but what are we likely to losv from membership in such a Union? Until the world is conducted on other lines than it is to-day, this kind of question will always be legitimate. It is prudent to look before you leap. It is certain lhat without looking the consequences of leaping might be disastrous. Yet there is between looking and leaping an undesirable state known as stagnation. The question for the potential members of the British Caribbean Customs Union to answer is what happens if wo stagnate? Can we maintain the benefits and advantages we now enjoy by retaining the status quo? The answer might be "yes", but it might possibly be no. Barbados to-day for instance seems specially well placed to Strutinise proposals for Customs Union because her present trade position is favourable. From a Barbadian viewpoint the advantages to be gained from Customs Union seem intangible and vague, but the disadvantages are HMI. In the race to attract industries Barbados is a full field behind Trinidad and several behind Jamaica. Both these islands have large local consuming markets and will be able to export their surpluses to Barbados and other small islands. Because of their large markets their overhead costs of operation will be less than those of a similar industry in Barbados, and Jamaica. Trinidad and British Guiana all possess raw materials Barbados will almost certainly import ten times as many goods as she will export. Local employment would be affected by inter Caribbean competition, which would •threaten even to-day if local industries were not protected by the present rales of dutyShould local industries disappear as a result of inter-Caribbean competition arising from the proclamation of a free trade area, Barbados would not only have more unemployed, but would find neighbouring "Customs Union" territories like Trinidad barring Barbadians from entry in search of employment. Another disadvantage for Barbados would result from a tariff rate which increased the duty to be paid on manufactured articles. Producers in Jamaica or Trinidad will naturally raise the price of their manufactures to a level only slightly less than would be charged by producers outside the Customs Union. Barbados as an importer would therefore pay more than at present and the duty it now levies will be diverted to the producers of Trinidad and Jamaica producers of Bntiih Guisna cannot be expected to sell rice at the price level it would reach if Barbados abolished duties on nee Instead rice would be sold here for jusl a fraction less than the price which would have to be paid to an exporter outside the Union. If Barbados •teems to benefit little from a Customs Union the position of Ihe Leewards and the Windwards will be worse. The disadvantages lhat wilt almost certainly accrue to Barbados as a result of the unequal competition which will be a consequence of a tariff designed to encourage local industries, are patent If it were possible to detail a list of advantages which would offset Barbados' probable losses, Ihen a case could be made out. Unfortunately the only advantages that are patent affect the Union as a whole, and appear to be more heavily weighted in favour of British Guiana, Trinidad and Jamaica than of any of the other potential members But the question cannot be left Barbados possibly can continue to exist and function on its own outside a Customs Union and outside a political federation, bul the Leewards and Windwards cannot Will Barbados derive sufficient compensations as a member of a Customs Union with international status to offset the trading disadvantages she seems certain to experience from that membership? Who can tell? he Water You Drink in employ with hu constituents and viHiniij it to ask feu W U .ii ..ooul waPW. **ti the Ne responsible member of the Eg) .rnnuitw aware that U undent* of X-dUge have walk two nua lo the nesn Uy (jetti-at* Hum. .. %  I bakers Spring*, kdnrtM Hi pa arc expected seel ill be bru*lil into UM a* I the t) H poa-ible Pipes have ..jguteni %  uppi> Irooi Leen oiderca lor the E-l Coast Pumping Station to Bri OtSf Hall ora>... • %  Sean i rport *** Basic g. Springs will continue to scngora arriving in Barbados lor i gjad rUl eovei :: '' n '** ,,nw n J b lha coastline from Martn. northwards In rattlawash. Having the sea hen oil I ressivc presaunlo which il isubjected HarrisonV and H.kcr Springs will isalon altogether | .,11 Hippl> liable ' contamin.it mt i PAPER SERVIETTES In Plain White SI.IMI |>rr l....,,l.. .1 VMVOCATE STATIONERY Broad Street & Greystone, Hastings ably Imprenrri by the %  uae. a main has baeti laid "Minn • % %  %  %  POrl % %  systen For Drivers THIS week new emblems will be seen on cars the drivers of which are members uf the Barbados Automobile Association. Since March 1951 membership of this association has increased from 94 to 325. Some of its activities include championship of third party insurance and the provision of car park facilities in Bridgetown. The Association has also achieved federation with the Automobile Association of the United Kingdom and hopes soon to be aflUiated with the Automobile Association of Trinidad. The Automobile Association of Barbados has been in existence since 1928 but since March 1951 it has entered on a new phase Of activity and can play a useful role In making the roads safe for those who use them. A membership of 325 is not good enough for an island where car owners exceed three thousand. • But it is a useful membership and will no doubt grow as car owners realise what benellts can be derived from membership of an automobile association. Barbados is a small island and thickly populated but sooner or later all car owners experience Hat tyres or engine trouble on the road, where assistance is not readily available. The provision by the Automobile Association of a twenty-four hour recovery and repair service would be a popular service but the Association needs many more new members before it can embark on activities that will increase expenditure.' The membership of the Association now costs six dollars per year and extension of the Association's activities must depend on the number of members. So far only a minorily of car owners have joined. Yet all drivers benefit from its activities. The provision of an extra car park in Bridgetown has eased considerably the parking problems of the City. The placing of mobile signs during race meetings, cricket matches and on other occasions is advantageous to all users of the road. The present campaign the Association is running in an effort to secure the co-operation of plantation owners in freeing corners of sugar canes before cutting fields proper, will, if successful, benefit every driver and cyclist of Barbados. This campaign deserves the support of vestrymen and members of the Legislature. The Association is also active in advocating the painting of orange coloured strips on the road to advise motorists of the presence of pedestrian crossings. It is constantly pressing for the removal of obstacles to vision at corners and it is compiling lists of suggestions aimed at making driving in Barbados safer and more pleasant. Another activity of the Automobile Association is the compilation of a list of chauffeurs, who are tested for hearing and sight. Such a list should add to the safety of the roads, but it seems incredible that the Police should not satisfy themselves of a chauffeurs ability to see and hear before licenses are issued. The response that car owners have made to the Automobile Association is fair only. If the Association is to play a full part in making the roads more safe and in raising the standards of road courtesy, then membership of the Association must be mor broadly based. Since tin Aaswciauon exists for the benefit of all car owners and is planning an extension of its services to the drivers of heavy vehicles, no fault can be laid at their door. On the other hand those of us wh-> can join but who have not yet joined are limiting the scope and activities of the Association. Safe roads will give greater protection to the Island than compulsory third party insurance. The Association needs our support. The provision of water in Barbados Is in competent hands and the Chief Engineer has act as his water supply of suitable pressure and constant flow 'LSS'vmJ^AJ'Jm I % %  '% % %  %  -J J and alteration, will be necessary S^SL* "? J'lS,' P*" ar " £*' Uon after completion'' S i L^ 1 OU n V !" lu UI)D 'w ve L ^' That is his Urge,, but the ChicS ffi \' fibU H well aware of the n* „ „pul wtll thai, pnidn.1.. ; i-V Sin mS' 5S dimcume, that have to be .ur^m, throu-,ha coral \o th. ^^L^ and*itHubSE ".mounted. baneilt -f the not IftVVONI BM of unrelieved gloom, -linpiovenifiil, however slow. should manifest itself In tha near future." Under theae conditions it I of the %  'Isted by boosting through a third %  : mansion rCvervnl Is Belle pumping station. Mere V"." ^-J^J* 1 million gallons of water will J _* n itually be pumped dally. A nd puiui i %  it, and the new tha back. lanston stream, buna to such a unit." i.cd after heavy TindilHculties are many, "thi ern port "I Si mtaj supply of the island I: 'i steam engine' generally speaking at |U lowes ; -d In 1935 will ebb,'' bul a general and stead: the whole eleeimprovement is being made. The people of Barbados and the politician' Who keep a watchful eve the result of on their constituents' complaints ; trouble. can be otisfled that what can be Weat Cons'' •'' kg .Iieing done to provxii •et more water a v. ater -upply of miilahle pre-sunk Inlo lha Mrs nnd constant flow to cover . veen Pun .md the Inland in aueh a manner thai suburbs the main source* of UulUni n Si Peter and water no major addition or alterations •supply are Newcastle and College will be pump* i .iiri-ct into the will be necessary for a generation Springs. Cole* Cave. Harrn %  *.' existing reser Warleigh. after eompk-llon." "Mont T<*tl* for your ::nnlII nrr In IM' found ut Pitrhvr'*!" I'hoiu4472 C. S. Pitcher & Co. Thi'rr #v iilio — HORM.R races WKICI l.ri K I/. h'OHhS tua I0OCI in KM. MM anums commas I'm u\<; siihtKS UBKDCU from whirh tit rhiHtno. question of electrical supply permanent standby plant Is der consideration by the Waterworks Advisory Com-mittee present. Outside Bridgetown and power hurricane or oti Tii*' N eth i Barbados are tV hu* be iQeet water h+ AMSMICAN COWM\ ; Whitehall S|i;iiiiiir In Works" By n ftt MarCOLL Brilan'a Foreign Office charged by the Washington corresI.ondent of the New York HeraldTribune with having "pulled the rug out from under the feet of both the British nnd American Government;;." through its official tpokaaman's statement watering down Mr. Churchill's Washington pledge* on Red China liter's ability to .-i.ike good specific pledges. CHIKOVODY DR. .. <1. et SRE. president o( Of 9 k> ety of ChlropodU| i -Hi | brand new charge about TV lie says It is givftet because they much t me sitting watching if that the : feet do not get i iMUKh exercise. 'Jimt as Americans were l*glnvnii to '. I KnM Of ichaf lhat Britain and the United States were work ir; tagjtther m their policies towards Korea and Red China, the Foreign Office throws i monkey wrench into the machinery." And the writer charges: "If the Communists had agents in the Fortlgn Office they could not have .lone more than was accomplished m diluting the strength of the C hurchlll pledge ll revives in Congress the impressions that the British are | 'tricky* Impressions which ('hurchlll did so much to dispel." It is stated that Mr. Chunhill had been slabbed in the hack." and fears are expressed th .t iher. IB now doubt about the Prime MmCRITICS THE FILM OMFANY concerned with th. I .mdlnij' Brown's School....ys" "In the US writes u> po)n; out that while New York nauspapar did 'pan' the film, as I reported, many other papers and in..*..nines have given it .in exnileni eption. I am only too pleased to t .it it. MKMOIUKS A FANTASTIC and rocket-like oaroai t the roartng '20a u. rscalled with the death in Covinglon Kentucky, of V i-year-old Oeaggaj Remus Remus siitci .'.I eagerly at thopportunities i I Prohibition. Hi went to Clnr 1 iinatti nnd there pyramided :. tv. %  ttegging busineM whkh at Its p...k made f5,fW0 I day Ihpenonaj fortune wasestimaled nt E7.000.000. The swimming 1XMI alone nt his sumptuous home • %  I'I.OOO. Bul In October of '27 ho shot nd killed his wife. There foUOwS I %  erj tongnurttei trial, and after HU Itemus lawyvra i i il Insainly—legal squab%  ite of his mind The forttiM went almost %  it had come. In his 1 m H King of the Bootlep gjers" lived with his memories in MM room of a boarding house. Kilter MacA THI NAME of Gener.d t. Arthur Wag entered tulay for tha Illinois primary election by Mr. Ltn l>ilv of Chicago, director of u-thur for I*resiilent Clm>. Also mtend sn Senator Robe < I •\> RaputjUoan"), tad Mi Repuhh lling: April H. PiliiMry Hectiou* choo dates for the party ooftveoU ru which in turn nominute one FTJI %  idcut. i %  I Cown primary on March 11 %  the New Hampsh .-Our Headers Su\ . Truth' Plan .nroid cbscxlmln ton bl the sale-.-Tu The Editor, The AdvodUe — l on of enmm. ,ities Including in SIR.—The attached Information "'e Ran Md It] to permit maxsurplie.1 by Department Of Com" ,um u*ati.)ii of the dollars .,' merce Washbigton will no doub: located to the .-olonles bearing in be of great Interest to many of m '"d the existing and potcnti.il your business subscribers scarcity of rertaiii eomrt; Yours truly. which are now included in thO. H. JOHNSON & CO., conimodit> Mi. The additional Qntl. exchange availIIKPARTMLNT OF COMMKRCE nble Ui ,ill pardolpatuig lolonnAmerican Republic Dltdsion h>r ImpoilIron the Unit.. Office o/ Infcrnaiurtiol Trade in 1932 will approximately n 25. DC. doul! ml which *-.Dec., 13. 1861. available iindei 'lie Plan t n 1961; MtB T ^ L,h d r u %  "ft pfift satten Tlan Mpanded and U $5 ,,,11,,,: -.f^rui.i.nv, ,*.'"•• , terning the share of each colony As o result of negotiations beUl hl llV]M ,, n „ f ^ $5 £fig '.ween the United Kingdom and u ll(1 aa j| a blJ. Canadian Govemmenls and subCanadian participation In Dafl sequent .l,s,u.ons between the revised Plan fei 1952 win follow Inited Kingdom and United Stales thl Jim 8 ,. lld ou[ ta he o g^J Plan, with the commodity list ^ nded and the pcritagee for eommoditlea on thU'u.Wn th< list being -..ued from 331 :i cent to tn per cent. ). II JOHNSON h CO.. Bridgetown. 2Rlh January 1952. 1 3WI-52 %  77iClovernmcnts concerning U.K. — Canadian revised plan, being expa there will be a modification In the n-nuiars (> (Sir .„.,. Vldual colonies and will consist* M[ b^na*—*'* I hold—the method Items which, m the opinion or ^ ho | nmg h) Empire together the colonial authorities. wiU be mni rr.aintalnlng Kg good name of most value to the Individual wn ich I suggested Is nol nnlv IfaM %  %  •--'' PUn su|rior to Lord Braverbronk's Is. in effect, an extension of the but the only MM that will do so individual colony's already ex!„ the present changeful and isting import license programme cr tUcl period in internationsl which will permit the importaaffairs. Uon to the extent of the addiThat Is, may I repeat, the lional dollar exchange allocated eheeiful recoKnitmn of the rising to the colonies of commodities not tldr of national feeling and considered essential under the *p.. m part of the icgular import progriimme and smaller peoples and :heretofore not ordln'i-ily imported Coloniei. and the provision of .from a dollar area. friendly conferences and conce** sions, followed by fresh building This approach was adopted by ta harmony with that -pint and the United States Covernmenthose aims, 'for a two-fold reason: (I) T. Here Is a central paragraph Kmpirm Hunt Xot To The CdltOr, Die Afihosfg SIB Kindlj allow ine to hark Ixvk to Lord D asTe rt aroogf i article on UUl stlbject which riiii ^.hua y*** published in last Sunday's %  !" ,Adraeale. It links up to — from lleav.ibrook: — "There is no doubt the Empne "is damaged. Great terrilor,cf "and Industrial and commercial ''assets are dropping away to Vie "accompaniment of hoots a no "Jeers from mobs Inflamed wttl "hatred." Here Is another, the rente-i> fUKKested .it the end of tba ..ui,-:.I ti must not lose tic "Ihe Empire. The British people "must not lose the will to defend %  ii They can only guard what i "left by re-aawrtn.i: their w.'l 'Teiev must make It clear th..' "ihey will no longer tolerate outittOM or lnternatlon.il "bodiei. playing forfolU % %  > h "British rights and pioperty.' Ii it not clear that the writer of this last paragraph. In fact the whole BTtleJe, iDOt ki-eplng step with the changing times"' Is it nol very plain that he dots not reeogniHC that the old methods of possession and control, economic, administrative, are no now suitable nnd efficient, ind must give way to friendly agegn tance of the newsprint and co.: cillatory concessions? Further. I think it Is quil. clear that to a very large extci %  the %  mpln 1 can be maintain.t .md earned on with bo success and satisfaction as "Th New Commonwealth" — to u >• I 1 of that very fir.. Monthly Journal wlu.l taken Uuplace of the old "Cro*i Colonist". Common IdeoloKn ways of llvlnc. frequent visitations, co-operation in th> Improvement of material conditions and moral culture, th. e\t.-nsn>n of local govemmen; even the increasing use of EngU-dej a ?in?*;fl pen -.:.. strongest bonds to hold people together. This is being richlv illustrated today by the addltlo' < [ new Dominions to the Com monwcalth and by ihe confemn.' of lncrealng independence ind local governing responsibilities In various parts of the Empire. inrtuding the West Indies, and it lhat at the same moment Britain sbouli ^tood up so rigidly agan ..nd Y. by "TOOTAL" Lystav Tootal Fabrics are Crease Resistant! Plain or Patterned — we have a wonderful selection 36" wide,$ 1.86 Da Costa & Co., Lid. Ji'sr HI < i it 11> The "DALE" MEASURING TAP IT POURS A DRINK, STOPS AND POURS AGAIN UAH Aim tn It DA COSTA & CO., LTD DIAL 4689 roi' CAN TASTE llll QTALiTY... Yours truly, Meat who know Bd Rl'M demand ftOI.I) BRAID ... It i* preferred for its excellence oi taste and velvety smoothness. It's Good As A Straight It's Good in m Cocktail GODDARD'S !" M AID RIM r. c



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



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


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



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SUNDAY rrmtiMiv J, 1952 SUNDAY \nvor\TE pvr.r TnmTi iv HENR* BY CARL ANDERSON 'LINT OF THE FLYING SOUAD BY ALAN STRANKS ft f,FnRf,F DflViFS FLASH GORDON BY DAN BARRY JOHNNY HA7ARD rrr .-• BY FRANK ROBBINf. NO. WAP.. Tm$ 4 >*X*S/ PP ANTON POE9/T TAKE .iljlilsloii i ami Snail Slricl Usually Now l '•" %  '"> N "" Tins Anch Powd. Milk (24) 2.24 2.0 Tins Batchelor Peas 39 : Bols. Maula Olives 12 oz. 1.25 1.2 Tins Tomato Juice 33 :i iim Armours Soups Aipataui-iomnio 28 '2 Pkgs. Dates 18 I D. V. SCOTT & Co. Ltd. Broad Street ii i o i o \ \ A i %  nor i: u I i s I SALE! SALE!! Starting FEBRUARY 15th, For 2 Weeks Only LADIES • U ri s (dram, BOM, nine. Onjr) 8 IMBA SPUNSall shades <. n i \ i i.nwi itin (in ri iii Mn| I BBPB8 (In r. Hi".VIKIPIII TAFFETA SHOCK SIIANTI'M; SII.K SI KRSUCKBH < IIINKI.UISIIU K SHANTUNG & I.INKNS FLOWERED LOAN I'N (in six shades) SIIIKTING (in hlue & licit. > IFRICAN PUNT BOBOEEED SPIN'S BOBDI BED sri \s iii'i.is ASSORTED COLOURS LINEN (lur iniiloriii'.) HOUSE COATS PANTIES & VESTS 12 l-r) limn -i in I 411 1.21 1.40 241 1.14 2.39 1.89 1.29 III I. Oil %  HI H4 I. XII I II I 12 M 5.50 Nan 5 Jf •ill. 1.11 1.20 ISO1.20 I.6K .' ,„; 12" %  ; "\ i M r 1.20 1 u\ HO 4.80 1.00 MEN STRIPED SUITING Ml VS STRIPED SI'ITIM. PLAIN GBKY suima Ill SOABU (heavy uuulily) SIM.I.I; WIDTH TROPICAL PARSON liRF.Y (3 uualilics) 5.4f SHIRTS |in nil si,es. nil styles, la Hi any occasion) TOWELLING SHIKTS MEN'S SHOES, HATS. BOCKS, PYJAMAS A BELTS BOYS 11 I.T BATS (SHIRTS S.l 2.". 2.13 I HI SHOE DEPT. rl.ADIIs BROWN H I DBS %  BLACK or ORE! '.• WBTTB i.t BLACK Jill. \( K PATENT MATHER Largo Steal only j'lll.AI K PATENT LEATHER %  bai I !.' %  RiVIIITE SHOES TIIIM.MII> WITH [• BROWN OR BLUE LIZARD I I Mil KINA PUMPS .11 tteot I'min Mill 11.15 5.74 CHILDREN "nil 12 i.t. ill 11: -in H S ( LARKS I SHOES GIRLS' 4 BOYS' Sinn s HATS 3ii CRINOLINE STRAWS ( Hll.liREVS CRINOLINES (Wktto) (IIII.IWEN'S PELTS I Mill V II MS WHITE PELTS ( HEAP STRAW HATS I mi I II ', i;: i.'i. :, i,i i m 2X0 120 2.0* 2.Ill Nan >;i;n 3.00 5.50 5.00 l.-.O ,011 1.S.H 3.00 4.00 -, in. 11.00 2 r.o 2 ".'I 2. Ill 3110 1.92 .58 MONEY IS PRECIOUS H ATTENDING THIS SALE WOULD BE USING IT WISELY. THE BARGAIN HOUSE :l. Snail Si. I'llOVI 27J lr..|.. S. ALTAIAN tiZZZZ $$22Z2$4******$****$********$Z i******3~Z$i Z : >



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ruin Fonrrrrv MMIAV ADVIK ATI' sr\n\v. rrnRi\RV CLASSIFIED ADS. TtLEPMONC 250t. W Birth*. Marriage e|arge .. U 00 for an1 %  J.-T. t 1 .1"-' ,-f ,nl. THANKS DMA* %  tin* araadium *i.. *M -i .(...•r.. .. %  i gam* %  J aa i T.* Va IN Ml MOKIAM %  .1 lo r->( I 1 %  Tog d %  The KIM U i IV|B* n*nm of ovr nd gr.i*dma4Jw-. AiWrth %  %  .Oiwv JSSS %  on s\i>; AUTOMOTIVE-; CAR Bod SB fBBJ I! %  -.-. (i -Mr. p m rr Tort . lull Coupe e*ce.Mnl E I p m dallr rmiorNV New Cit'oen* In *l IM H.17S. apply Barbado* Age,* rl.-l.lMm.. 4SB 1 I U Vau.hall Hi* in %  %  net. Apt>H P> d i IN %  •' NanM %  I I IMMIII SALEW \x\or.\ri-*ii:\T REAL ESTATE I a going concern III Aerated Ba*ia| rr MM] in %  • UN all Fltliiiga Motor Van and about >•* doaen Patent Battle* with e—ea! Monthly —lee of DtMl.ru can ba known 1 lo m, *ot.ld-b* putgMir r .r i .nher tntorMMMm Dial am J* i H *< Baa* MK> AM) MAT-. -. %  h-die A.. %  %  %  AIRY CtrT Ilnghlar. *• modem cranvenMncaa, houao conl OW .i i Mad V. %  I*-. %  %  Dtiving Bonn... > rMroorn* lUth T. ..nd Kllohan. Oarage ...I a. %  •I HSOVal. PART ahUaHAIH D P da Abw Bv The Bui Bualneaa Prat Co.— 1 LORRY— I AiaBlln J-bw, Wt, In pfilnl working order BTUAKT A KAMPSON LTD l|U.| p m Under at IBM Can It Am>ialanl Value of Lai I NOJMIN ST 1 Bedroom Ba.idar.ee.. Convert lencaa. Oond f. ...men. -bnv.t 1W aq ft. Going Below C Ma lor Almaal AmiMnl l" Baal b w i r-n i wh. win* Call at %  *<: ItBOttBaBa. Ill Mill IIJM HOUSES ACfWT. 'If Fit r rnnt anil an |* 3 1 U-Sn BKDROUM I AND APABTMC-Ti Pinnlahrd ... Lrlumlahed A,*lv A. %  1 %  It .. INf, JIM. i I Ml AM LOIH.1. iJMkda bid 0 11'aw In*; and T %  kVrtanl. If. Ml .,.„ %  .,. _!., ,._.!:,. Madb> RrOirtu-. %  .ilici.laia apply Frrd Kaiidol St. John. Telephone Ml 1IM-*I iM HfiAl one >• i %  ..II ("UVfl X Itiileu and tiaih*. rooiiu.. .allrrleo, I IMI.< • t.. 4 %  lol-l fully fun %  M J.inr. •aaVO*J B a| > i %  %  n %  1! ... \I.IW <-n at J.mea %  ..li...in.a. Ick-phona .u.d load aaa befhlna. I I U 111 I i.\T .rtbunvd auMnir %  %  M .1. Al.rrllaln. Deal nw i IN-n I-AHAWAV—M ,. I Mr..mi>. 1 tenant ,-nt, all ronaWaiaC par nioiiih ftt.ra ro< .>•. '1'hjram t Hi -t.f lilltv %  i(wM". IHIIIH at m Jjme-. mi Iha am %  idaGaraite and Telephone DU1 Ml Hvii %  NUniAVrN. r-nrw. Cnt. fUllT fltl 1" I .-~.il I II Cor.il Banda WortriinK .nh i"nr ami Linen (.(.<*t aca batrunc Tor furthai partHulxa apply Alma laahU-y. No I Coral Sanda I 11 II TO L*T Any prnod '""-i April lal Counlrj llouar. in Bl Pa tar, IS mllri from Baa •land* hun Fill*.lurniahad plalr. linen'. 3 bedroonii. 1 diaaalni rootni KlMWtcit), Oeyaer. Telep I ii-l t-IDI HOI'lll % %  !> Llaliltuiki. -ale aea-balhind. Moda-ata imi f< carrful l.n.nl Apply HIV. Moujr. via wrapnet iramlral COuna Will be h*4d on Monday and Wednaada• P-b. M r. will be bald a Monday 4 Wednea-Jay • an* Thunday 1 Pa* SI. I MoiwMb • Brkd Wednaaday • Pt*>. M .a Adjutant. Tha Bar*ada" rWBnrnt W a f Caft H^^ik-oaTlrMk^aiOTaUEk. %  k-haonar Aniu M SI %  >„. w -.,,.. i i n p i r i workina drawHuja. Aaaul — h i | ; aad IM Cla. xn.tlfMM. aHOUTa . ._. __ B-volver "tor .. uaie.e Cup OnVerV" OuJkMM CW# Hrvolver an. oe ni.uy %  ira-ruary m. atllK.^'fMj 1 uS......:.; ".t r.. lira psa Or* irj oana %  %  V-.l far dati .. OffMrl, f-Hrer Ua-V P arirar.l St I. I) ion" r v.. v... the wr/ia i i OHOIB nir iiAr*Arv. iifr.nrpff T" COX. Ijut-'.U ,. %  Barbadoi ,„ *hH • Peb I.M-..V.. I",..... I.. I ".. r _. PI 'Ira. It All Bit 10 S rorner of Amen Alley and Marblll turret wltK the •tarr thereon and tha nii.iia* and flltiiufi therrln. and Ih* entire no, drua biiunra* bno-an i..inil '*. %  fMM . Ilavr you l.i*arn( ID V"* the in 1.1. trmw A.iu can nnu ..I,...MI vopr SupalWs of N F. T T I N riiii i :*IIORII >i Corner Bruxd at Tudor StrU. FOR SALE IIMHX <.iiovir Rail*? nan Road. A t*o ftortod iiriiii: bmifl ytainalns on %  bout 1*4 f| MM! ..ui-buiMint>. WattT HIKI F.lrrtn.I.iRh* UwtaUMtl %  Ml.-i VlU Ml ri-Oe-tV.Mi Prrr> Cartti CaaTtai i. Co.. Lid, Nl|h Sv%  • %  <. up aB Ml If'lh. Inappctlon aaabMM H W$ I I Utafl Hal 2Jt9. rTTJ^Papdadi-. %  . . &f *_** e 1 %  • • *ra a &f % %  ^ > I Pi „r,r. at] f: MOT 1 %  ' *ANH l-.rFURNITLRE r-tTtWrrt'lIK in irrv onfliwil ranrV • %  ktall Btoola. Ttieaa are enplaa of %  v ntrj Ennliih patlrm thr i.rl in the I.land Hoy Wllaon. Idlew1 Mimaa!* a i uv I I I.Mil 111 It, i' BUrag. Hi fine Col •male aa." T Mahoaan Waah rraaar. <|. PalMa-l CttlM't Tr.ll Chair. Hi Two Bu Boy'a TUrirlr. Il| Child a Cradlr an* before • am. Mid aflrr t pm a a at-ati lt.l|.h Beard offei. I he lolW.wlnj -Ii.. Ill P-i-.i %  Maa Dfnmff (haira I flSOl (,. v., I i from fMB.n „ p< anaaa-i uprtthi rli.nrmm aa Baael Arm Chalia fltm MM, Ue.l Kitrhin Table* from WHO ii,> .rd. Iron board* fmn M nt up-...( %  Crdar Milna Table, from V an upwarda Inrludlrae a Una variety of ,—-I >ee.Hl band furniture lower Bar ri. I'hona kllla. 11W In UVKNTOCK MK( HANICAI. pdaKeiiCef chaWNa reirnlly i now at B a rtudoa AI-.I.M. HOB i a &a~n %  fACrtlrlel—One tlnaer Bewln M... hint In perfect i — idlllnn T drawer* Piter 1300.00 Apply M llnlchlm f'tniitatlon. XI (leoilr fUNOKR BKWfNG MACH1NR -Treaillr —Vrl little ,!—I rt.'.iplete with part for Cut-work and Em biolder' Apply Marl.... JnOea. My lawd- Hill, i.ppoalh Belm.mt 01 II I B*-dMM1SCKLI.ANF.OiyS At ajc*w PBIN IB". CkMrlnr nil U Nr p* I !' % %  Ctutra H ahni Rran ,i,iI...... real Sirtaror ft.rwe* i %  a--" I-(IT "I%  i a—I %  ;.;:,::.': K. Government babanlure | C100 H-rhadoa Ooveinmenl De benttiraa i*tl abaraa W.I. Rum Ratlnaw/ Ltd. %  thare* Bartaadna Ire 0ft ie above mentioned, ahaira will be up for aale at Public Auction on rrutav thr >lh day of rabruarv IBM at m at Carrlnaton A Bealy. l.aTal rt BvarydaT Martini from Jrd Pobruary. *' I Jt—4n ahare. II S. T Co Ud aharra W.I. Blatult Co T-i. i | | bedroom*, birakfaet FN DAK-WIN. %Jtm -I.-.Man .nlaminjf tbrai ^jn. Iivtnc room and kitrtarnett* aim .pboardB Tiled both and milea-r,nt> room and faraate. Inapectlon nr\ epplicatiaai lo Mra Bernard Rolfc. Telelone tMI The above will be -et up fur Uile at Public Aucllon on r>ldav the Btli rebuary a pm al the omca of lha .iderOianv.1 CARBINOTON A *fMV REMOVAL NOTICE Real latale Aianl baa* to | ofFir baa been lemovad lamporartly to Madil %  it reel Dial Mil. Till! U.AK11AIHIS Ml UAL I II I \SS| HAM I MM II M I \1K MllllltS Mil I.I a,! II M 11 r TIN c. •.-I iraordmary CanarBI i |ha above named BoaWty will he held al the orTr-iaf the Bociety. n^-.v..u, PaBM. Bridai town, at 3 ..'clock e PVtwuary IBM. for ihe purpoao of *ojr> • ktarlng and Panama wnli or wilhnui amendment the |..lloin II, I iirsnivr ..I antlrnient be deleted M rrfor^ S. No BaM %  -ncr. ahall ba aeoapted and no policy or poKciea ahall ba SHIPPING NOTICES : % %  of : dlatrly reaaaurrd uiili > i--i oo i elaty I.i ... ll.IH an LAMB SFAft ROCKI f T OMaf If B rhteellent hulhllraf alia for -Bla. frm-l reNdanllal aaatton. Mlnmiri norlh aUM of (loll C.nrae. m...l*ai i i detalla t— JOHN M. LADON %  CO I one 4A40 SIM t f n %  AWT liaiiM. B I nOI'UITt AllrBMIve **aMle *>roperty idtnlnlnf Villa Ilea.i.. 1 (.crao wtlh .naaU'r itpnc bulldinil J0OO ParfiruLan froin Errol Boob, r '•..*. E '-' d T.NTUK 1SU1 Tab IBM M Hir.AlHi:. atnd Pelt. IflU RatuA, awb Feo ian : II. Marrti I %  *! • MI IM, in PI ii"i rn a IMMIKI'U \; WILLUTAD, M> Ft i" OI MO IO l-BlM*RIBO A 111 I I isM i.t|\;A IBM %  I I*..' Ml IM, TO IMNIDAB I'ANtM M4IIMI. KKITIBH OtIAM lltb Pab. IB >..;,£ IUU Marea, ifM s Wl l\r. IO IklMIIAM Alii I I K M 1" It IBU r. Ml MOM, aoN a co. AtfenU _, Locla. nvada. and Arvba •aday 'h 1AM •DABBWOOO will .,n l-r-aaa-nori. fir Sal Una Prldar ait. The M-V ..trap! Cat-*) and Pa>aaral*)Ba far AnllfMa. MumarTTBt. NaviaandSt Kllla "kilhnr Friday B W I BOlOONaW OWBaBW AJSOCIAT roM i mc. i Conalinaa. TBIONo. Btt. WHEN THE DRINK IS RUM SEF. THAT YOU GET TAYLORS SRCIAl BLENDED RUM (With the Distinctive Flavour) TlfF mWt BI-KMJ OBTAT\ABLL. janx . # \Ynnt IK I NSINO NOTM i: eelllna l-.u r.lle.1 • OILVAN" with! I0JOS BQuara fret of land ailuate al < lu-1 I tea (lrder,a. St Mirharl The MUBBI rtmUIni Drawing Room. UrlnB H ". 4 bedroom*. aaraa. Tolfcrt, Bail, and uaual c^nvenlencea. Tha above property will ba aM u0 |„r •ale by Public Cornpelitiaii at awr am.-e Jameii atreet on Pftdnr Bib Pehruary IBM. al a p.m. Inapartlon on application lo Mlaa Kailman, Bedford Lodia Dial ttM YPABWOnn A BDTCr %  alMti %  iplleatl rhaaeT of Liejuur LKC. %  H IB .i bnanl I I I IT in,i .e. To a ii %  %  .'i r c-t CaOrri i S II Th i. Wt.lnaaMM. |ne I'.i Bt II nr". I Til AT rerl.i Cliurrb a.'.il I unrrmlnni %  |e aerianla' B h rtrtr and telephone aarvicaa For all further particular! and Inanecllon apply lo W NORMAN ALIXYNE. "rairwayt-. in.. n*M M i TllANgl'IT aquara (*-H II. .MroBtaln and HOB FOR SALE 'I M. M " I New Rood: on %  nlnux FBrlihooka | mg Bodkl Yacht Club IQue Sliop ;M lln. II MlllM-.i fUUrtlAL IIE\'irW Ju.t a raw* ...plea left Will be aold ojuit-klV -BBCtlM Ailt.-r.le Bt.d.irvii.. ROrlBRTR Hifh si,, rt and .. I IIMUII.AIIS DRllJ STOHK. o.ii a CRatpai l>e CHINK: -Z5 ludlt l-.i.s | fa-k Fan. ,(, rUkM repliiCHl Brad Barred Plymoui haUhlna. 3*c earh John Alleyne. U>, I VANI7KII MIF.FTS T It MB %  II %  re Auto Tyr* Co. Tt ma Dati B ......am, on nppioiiinali M-rtilll %  "..-' ,1.1^1 iei lor dividing and tenting Appro* liruiiel.v 11000 a of 1..0.1 win .11 buildlm nr. CREAM FrUEEZlRa Wa have Iro %  an in atock 4 nt uaual prwe >|ISB, OUT price atS.OO, • pi ui'.-l price .r prlac iiaoo KNUillTB LTD ly lo.noo. m i nubia i ..i..... H %  %  ipaalM t<. Jninea A ] in. land run* through to Otll* mil wllh an appi'-almale Ironl* of TB feet. ar..l la pliable fur At RI UN DALE Edni Hill III Mi %  v. OBI da Una Piano rendition guud Apply %  O-Ooiniaa. I at Air. Daab Qap, Hank Hall MM-ln ONtJ 400 (II. GALVANIZE TANK In litknn Appl) Q Mayhew DM ;--wii or 4U4 i a at—an. m it % %  SrFKFReV All aitea aultab i-iball wnai Claaaing out al r aiwapptng Centra 11. *WBi | afe.pp.1..pr* %  >.,*. .IBM S>M "I ITCAafD" Vallta*. attache raar. .'urdy and lighiweighl. double lack. OM to Boat A RAHNEfl C.i. LTt> h i u i r n % %  ; %  %  i Dining Itooiii. 1 Toilet* and Bafi.. ..na with TUb Daih and b.4 ard coM wi tind ainnaer Boom. %  REALTORS Limited REAL ESTATH AUCTTONFUVJ VALUBKB 111 IM Itocl'-.. Btraet. IHI.!..!..-., TORNADO Inlaraatlooal Kl Baautlful condition. Mrellenl equlpi r.,Clrag racord. Coat ITBBOn n No o d or*. Hick*. Telrpf.o* .. II II M-H* ORIENTAL SOUVENIRS MI.KH. OTJBIOB, ARTS TBNDEHOS, BEDAB. JOYKRIA8 Y ARTI8T10AS CURIOBIDADEB, TRA1DOB PE LA INDIA CHINA e EJTPT0 THANI'S l"r. WmIlrj. 81, DU1 S4W T. PI %  : ,of I* ur land at an r „ )nl irne. three hc.li" hi.lh* mill I irnorrl •phnna }S51 The a trove I" ne I al Public Aiartlon or %  MBni,, L. Sbinnei up for aa Piiday tha Ml. e omcr of the u-idaraigiied C'ARP.IIHITON A BCAI.Y. lo.-. -lie, Jl 111 IUNW.IW CATT1.K "\% %  %  %  ri.'l, Airniahed atamling an I ae ood of land, for in.pe.Uou apply M lairtakar Offera will he rear.v.-d bv Mr. OoodlnB. SUorgbopa AUCTION Bill Att-TION "Al-R OF I1BMIIM AT CKNTtAI. BTATION US MONDAY. Iha *th illpi" 1 will ,, mm* '' ill Ploreaica Oil SloA'ea. Mil .Walr ba-l.taada with inattrraa>a and apMnga. ,. Ilnah < iiu11"\r. .. labtaa, Mahog Rpi-kar*. Ulvei fork. '44 Holla of Unl. I>i..1. ladieWrlat W-Uh. A CoUartLm PI Piyraa afBraa. and aavrral other itrm* 9f intareat D'ARCY l.l\SS Allt llmArrl Sri—7 pl /•.miniI iniIII.-1 liranir Rmmrrs %  Im :• SI lil I.. W. Iliil* IiiiiMHi & CO,, LID I'.i ..i SI. Ih ti 4222 FOR SALE HOUSE§ M MINI A aulidl. alderarc. • It. con i".g wlUt I a-.lm abr.nl .. 1r ... %  %  to. SCOTT. A... I. •eer II U—*i UNDER THE SILVER HAMMER ON TUtSDAV Mb by order l Mi !" Hjuinah Jc-ie. we will tell al W.dl..i.l •Bjr.ilhcarde. Ihr loll. ivnabla r>l Hellea; Pedeilnl SMIabOBld. lAd.-a Wtlllng Drab. Card Table with Ha chaw '1 Gata I* Tea Table Chefforiiar, rpright Chalra. J>W,n a Tal.la all in Mahcatany: ra*Uver CuMon*. (hi Paantlr.g.. Bohem.-i. Otaaa. •**'• 'PIT*; Barometer. Bat of Baccaiai JAMB OLaaa Itarach Tr -d C.anVe Brrvicaa. OIIUHT Bvrv*ra. Hand-painted TTuii •BrtvKe. CullerY Ola*" Plalrd *''• ,n Kulre and afitfnn Dlab. lledroom Caiadleitlt "• and Bnuffaia Pnrka gaprn.n* *c Cu.lery. Bpoo.... rk^ Cake K-.lv-a and Fork*. ToiWI Bala. Ball CrUara Jr. KajFI l*>aUWa DraaaBiuj Caaaa. Tri.nl Pva Radio, Ivory and To not ae s-rSarcBifiiS „>. O.T. Minor, (l.tdert Pol*. R" MAXMI il DaMfll III A 4 I— i raiimarutliir l-i t MtMr. %  1 -la.it la I ainm tia. .landing on npp—aa awaal %  W.ih a rt.-I..Hve .^*arB fjwaB : | letlrtiom.. rach with attached llled I..." J car*; wrvantarruarter. with l.alh a-d -''f > on an .-.rroaed area of ona acre. T lAJRaj coABT \ lad 3 bedroom bungalorun II %  leir the town on > good ton Canadian National Steamship*IOI TIBOIND iSER' •LADY Ui.DNEY" .IIAON" N na'imai..,'. Arrfaao Balla % %  „" Barbada* Batkag g Peby. 1 Pab: ( Peby. f4 Peby 31 F I (cby. B March ID M — SI March M M, toy MiNtHBOlMl %  RuiaurArrlraa in 8 March B March II Maioh M March .. 4 April 7 April Arrlraa Arrleaa Beaton IL John llallfam lb Feby. Patoy. IB Fabr — M reby 1 Match M March 31 March 14 M-.i.h 3 April 4 April 1 April — 14 April IT April For further particular!, apply t GARDINER AUSTIN & CO., LTD.—Afenta. "Frrf" 1,'niin Smiir? mi\ wa do on,. ... a^rnelhlnM .. oil.. %  ura ai an honeat p: H r-i ipnaanl .mi -t in pert.. I i la nOt worblnff at H notrr arad BBB i. a Mght i III M M vm -nor 71 ROLBl'L'K STItBET Nr. Ml I %  lUiMu, Dial 4*T0. RALPH A. BEARD T.VA. Lower Bay Strcat. PHONE 5010, oferj two Barpainf In Prtp*TtlB— WORTH Y DOWN i TOP ROCK—Bart otter over £4.000 accepted, BVANTON TOP ROCK—Beat offer over £4.500 accepted. For vif-wintf and further |,.,iM,ul-i I!in r.010— afl.r hours 8657 31.1.52—Sn. FOR SALE "IXC II Sitiuited Near IIA VEX" "Inch Mnrlnw" A new modern Bungalow, '.t furnished Bedrooms. large Living Room, facing Sea furnished, all Cupboards built in, all wood used in construction Barbados Mahogany. Garage, Servants Room, its own Lighting Plant, standing on one acie of land sloping to the sea. Price £4.000. Apply J. H. O'Dowd Egan, C/o. William Fogarty (B'dos) Ltd. 2 2 52—2n. "wPi-VO^e'eV'e^^^ I OH KALE ^CAKLDIEM \ a two storeyed dwclllnehouae standing on 10,770 aquare feet of land on the incomparable St. Lawrence Coast. Excellent sea bnlhlng. Dwellinghousc contains verandah upstairs and down, dim no. and aittiiiai roomB, 4 bedrooms, pantry and kitchen. Electric llgHt. |U and water Installed. Garage and servant* rooms. Purchaser to have option of buying furniture and effects Inspection by appointment. Dial 8137. (Mrs. K. R. Hunts). The above will be offered for sale at public competition on FrUL.y. the Bih Fet-tu.iry. IH52. .it 2 p.m., at the office of the undersigned from whom further particulars and conditions of sale ran be obtained. COTTLE. CATFORD & CO„ Solicitors. 14.1.52—15n .^'.'.^.^^^.'e^ja.ye'JOaSaa^^ r and Veaai.ibte garden The iildlng haa I bedroon hall, am SUMMARY 65th ANNUAL REPORT 1951 I \srlt.\N( I IN IORCE ..iMiCI.-a. \l \V I.\SIK\\(E llw ilMU WHI Drl,'rr,-d AnnHln.'fl Dtcom UMETB I.IABII.ITIKS (-DNTINCIatl Y RESERVE AND SIRPLl'S Canadian Dollar. -1 II -.1127 T'i: Payawab lo Policyholdrrs and Ilrneliriurif-i rince the m,. |.n.,n of the Company toUl *462,500.17 MANUFACTURERS INSURANCE LIFE COMPANY H t D OI.ICI*. 1*1*11 O^C N A W. a VIONROK A fO.. LTD.. ii, „ i m r. o> vEa-raviLLE. raw ii,„,,-,inn.,. I LTD* L. WALCOTT LIONEL CKAIG Ax.nl>. Oflk*: K. K. Il„,,i.••BaUdUv. 1..,,.. ii,,, ,,l Sir.** Phon.: tl VOII / / for GUARD WAILS and ENCLOSURES We have EXPANDED METAL Obtainable in various Lengths and Mesh X. If. HOW II I lumber & Hardware-Bay Slreel Dial 3306 LIMITED. REAL ESTATE AGENTS, AUCTIONEERS, VALUERS, BUILDING CONTRACTORS. 151 & 152 Roebuck Street. Telephone No. 4900



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



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



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


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ESTABLISHED 189S
BAHBADOS i ,. \KV '. I'J
New Egyptian Cabinet
Meets To Form Policy
ns Tin: iiAxtr
CAIRO. Feb. 2.
la eek-uld independent
Cab d*S lor til
al,;-, Ef pi i poltej In tb ixpu#(! neROtia-
tio!^ i Angk hityptian dispute.
,.. El Din | n Seen tar; n Maher
Pagh.. U Pi 'in1! wes "p. t pared to
negol cop) " v proposals which would satisfy
EgyptUn national aplraMom.
Jeep Mtrakl of Kgipuan
I
the already h^'Jv^ poll
, -tor' rouiwi the?,
city. arM
bloody iea mi
The Interior Ministr) told a
press conference yesterday thai
police had seized large amount*
of hidden eaploslvcs In Aleaan-
dria. It said that the police also
seized eight uurk-load* of i innbercii
materials looted during taw Jan-, luxpagaiKhi
nit) M riots in Cairo. tnnve*. touched off by the colony'
The newspaper Alahram re-, deportation of Communist leader*
ported the Cairo-Sue* road wa hei*. three weeks, ago.
expected to be opened on S:ilur- phc Communists set up loud-
day or Sunday for nil ITaaaTC ,,1.,, across the border from
without examination by ttntlshj ;.jWu m Hrng Kong's i
troop*. Alahraai said the police are. niorie* and bcfan playing pro-
holding 88 suspect* for last | agenda record). attacking the
Saturday's riots as they continue ||(iri(, Kone Cavernn
to search houses for looted. ,nc,, |% daporlhu more Ihaa 1*
nuterial ckei". union leaders and
Gommunist
Propaganda
HONG KONG. Feb. 2
Communist l>.udspv ik< -
M.y,t Kc. ,; .-I i
he newest series of
il evu liter-
Listed among the scircd ("j'
.-i- pistols. rifle*. daK- Al ,, \ .ble-bei-
gvr* and large quant tie- of ,,,,.,., .n.,l< n the South China
eloUi silverware and imen. ii -,.,--..)fc i'i ind U rri U
lid 'hut ow -u^r sira M(,| lbflth poppj^ huvc ,no
revealed the names of ptattM Mm) f ,
K hi Government fa ktl
Hridve (,i.ii.|nl "' acUOB,
Official, sources said several J< vernme..t had never been
more" people were rounded up liUsan ana prc-Ko.
during the last 24 Hour*, sut- gil-u.-* wo.ilu be dealt with as
pected of implication In las'.t firmly as pro-Cinmunigts. The
Saturdays Cairo incidents Me.ui- Hem lac Fust uluottal claimed
while soldiers armed with rifle.-: Hn* Kong In eute% lewisciou
and machine guns guarded'
approaches to the Kasr El Nil j
Bridge and nearby sentrio at'
a hotel were under" M
shoot to kill if there were any
i atbriafcj
Dr. Abdel Wahab Ausm Hev
id* sltua-
afford* mlei. |]
.hi opportunity
.o-i" which
,'io were
ic ported not '"as
-.mple propagandists, but because
Egypt's envoy to S.udi Aiabia. .( dangWOU .itivihes'. The
meets Mahei and the Chief pi ,!, ,.i rtO reads made situa-
the Hoyul Cabinet Hole* Mi'. non shall be Pasha on Saturday to submit his papers' editorials said that
report on King Ihn Saudi -evurity'' is the main object of
efforts to mediate the Anglo- ,np colony's action. The Chhia
Egyptian dispute. Mall said "China Communists
Abdel Wahab Awam returned muFt behave themselves and con-
here from Saudi Arabia when- ,, m( , thp )nws o( lhe ct.lony if
he (.pent 12 days co-operating lhcv wtlh l() ,-map, here"
with the Arabian monarch In an -V.f.
effort to hammer out a formula, ----------------------------
for solving the Cairo-London .
TS^ff N.u,b m~J. U.K. Will Join In
I'-t^arS European Army
attempt i the Iraquf FNiidsrl "
Mm F.I Said io mediate the PARIS. Feb 2
same problem. Foreign Secretary Anthony
-I'.r. | BdOD promised France anew thai
I Britain will link itself to the Eu-
ropean Army Eden and the
French Foreign Minister. Robert
Wage Scats
Fixed By Ii. (i.
Log. Council
Hill mak n
....
*S in restaurant, h Iris, cook
hops and parlours The Hill aaM
ncreaae (or rost of \\\
the Committee appointe ire into the conditions turned In
rep-iit a maximum 58 hour*
working Vntaat, free uniforms
here required and weekU ball-
hiiliitays. The Hill applies te
Georgetown. New Am Bartica. The LagUlaUv* Coun-
1 also approve i a Bill granting
ii worttan la tin- odIobj in the
I tauranu. cook shops an'
hotels, workers must M
one solid meal per day with an


Into IMundering
Of Aral) Villi
, Cup yUrd*y sfter
I | ir r.t.Uados sUliM X -tao' tx IM U I
\ D'V Orias- uiisej /- Uh
Hon. J. D. Cliainller Named
Executive Council Member
Sl>\* Progress
OfTrueeTalks
Disturbs L.S.
The
.. I lliat 1| I
tiic West is i
Prolesl Against
\< uhinan's Arrest
I A HIS Feb. 2. i
Russia assailed Uie United Stales
on Saturday for protesting the*
arrest by Czechoslovakia of the j
American newsman William Ontis -
when -many" in the United States'
tried for their opinions." |
ik ii tc W. P. Pavlov
told the U.N. Social Committee
the antl-Hed campaign in the
Sates 'frightened the peo-
ple out of their skins" to the point
that the Americans are now afraid
..f thOfcf own constitution.U.P.
11.M.S. I)e>oilshire
Expected Friday
The 10,000 ton cruL-er II M S
Devonshire, now a familiar ship
to Barbados- an I IM M M S
Enard Ila>. H.. Class Frigate.
here from next (
I i II Ix- the first visit to Bar-
hauos for the Enard Bay while the
Devonshire will be milking her
uiuil yearly 'i>rmR

The cad ' ng<-n ,he
two ships ara BngUab, Australian.
Canadian. Chinese and lmli-n
DurinK
U.C.Vi .1. \\ ill
Get Full Time
Chaplain
GEORGETOWN 15 G Feb 1
Back from Nassau. 'he
Bahamas, "here h. presided over
.; of a syn.id '
of the Anglican Province or th?
the Arch-
bishop, the most Rev Alan
John Knight. DD. sbdad Chal
decisions of particulai
importance ansra .....bed durtnn
he dell Iterations.
First II was decided to imple-
ment a constitution of the
l respect tn
tation of clergy and laity al 'he
im ial Synod and lacoodlj
lake provisions this year for
appointmenl of a full turn
Anglican Chaplain to the Uni-
versity College of the Wesl
Indies.
Regarding Ui fonnei Mi>
Grare explained that the proem
refuUUODS which were framed
ten ago, ere consldere-l
to be unworkable nd ax amend-
ment * Ikacefab put forward
which In due time will be sub-
mitted to the i
rr this
I nt liml> favour. two
( the clergy and
two of the lail> from each
I micd
svitod to nrn i
ieputtas.
The Houn of Blohon
i nlllllHl' '
the Bouaa .if Doputaea will
either separately or with
bishops, as the President f OW
S- nod -hall from time to time
decide
It was derided to have a
further meeting of the i1
Bishops in 195a in 1
Th'-n if new provision Is made,
here will be I full meeting of tory end to hoallllties has not
. : !:. EXIIU
lo the public service in ruu rtmdi
Iht wide expert-
of w ho hu li-en in public
4
A 111
th.
PAR I
United SI i
Li luted Nation
' i.egOluitio:
gate Ernest A^
precisely
moft
further sm.rling" of the .ilieuti-
comphc.it',i problem" facutg i'ai
nuinjom rMgotlators Uiat
proposed barring any pol"
bate 00 Korea for now.
Gium. ii .ii ..,, ..ii the picreas-
th< h I
lung progivs at panpuinjoea
alter the POjlU ; CxmUBHMe
in.li down ibe bovlet motion ti.
(i.iniig the debate ilaagaj
JaoOt A. Malik hau
'ice he "woul i i i
liClpatO" ill tile Illegal" deltall
but made no move In walk on
arhen in* motion was donaleo
fatly to five (the Soviet blOCl
with 12 abstentions.
The West's proposal u. lb. col .-
Boon.....i>
oiiinulU-e would ban |
scale Korean d*beie al l
i'i,
apecial session "as soon as an
a.inUtlce la reached or If It-
Dead arises for in
Nations military measure* aituie
reaeon,
Cross' express
rogress of 'he armletic"
.,H. iba -
of oiiuii.i speeulaUon In 0
ton that B -t ill tin
armistice may have cooled of!
Gross toln tin I
the "Uniled Staleji m
loth couix of
negoti.itiiHu at Panmunjom /<
ahaic with all other p*
Ing nntioni a profound seu-e o
dis-aj Canat/iun
Hanker
Found Dead
i., ii
island, wan iouii dt
room at i i Hanm
about <>3u o.


I lOlll

d >esierd
i kin i .
n.i-.uial ceaieen
Mr
\U\
- appnihii; : Uui i
lias and (reigning
iiuls. lie srai | ni-i,
i M'ulies.
h- Andrew Clifford Jack.
'ther Canadian, wri
idtng at the M
Li the Advocate thai I
; wn Mr. Davil
10 years.
te said that Mi Uai
>ra. " Ollaw* for a nuoatsti
!' loot brack .' Mi
tnel him again when
on the CN.S. I,*d> tednej
bound (or Uarhadi* a
i .-.,.
and dei Idod to
hotel. "Wi
he said.
Dr. Jack mid "We
llarhacso'' ejaajpiog fi m
Canadian winlei n..
be embalmed gl
ada
i- i Mahomm
Arab
.1 ....;
Hit* Cap* i-

'. .
It ml thai Crtenik al
tin if the Fi
Royol Con/tlc
Welcomed
In Nairobi
NAIROBI k.
I l*lllH<'
hilip <


i
*
I Bdinbui {i
. i. .
. I M. s, ,: i) lu, Asian men
ii de.
..:;;



n Fiaiu-
I
rgedl.v haj villag'
.
salad ofl test enure
i-rt of i
u> a uly this
alia, In Tunis. Arab shop-,
tardaj in a nationwide
Ian i>a> oi
11 dependence' gad opened briefly
art] Ihli nioining. but then put
ere again as a protest
gainst the report of the Cape
Incident
11 eadqua rters com -
aid 'hat S3 Army rtnes,
I gun*. 13 carbines, two
tune. 81 mlllunetre
1 Anti-tank mines, sev-
I pistols, and a large amount
oinmunition were seized in
Hie Cap,. Bom round-up Two

it luneha
K. i] | i- ti., top OR the
I >...! i 0U|
B Ii'
one in ti.. Soutl \- \
i leavi Nalrol i
i
v.,1 I'-lge In the Sgana Valle*
BU the snow capped mountair
rno UHlge was given them
veddiai gin i.v the ( i
,,,
t' F


Council
rshlp in <
both
IIA MM HI
branches ol
I l lilt' l.v -
bile hnlduiK
imbor.
rvlurnrd
lUDOUon in
t Appeal and
livi Coun
-WANS FOR A PRINCESS
VANCOUW
Three pan ol iai,. ti u.op. t. i
eensne ma) bo wni to Bnglan
*; wivK. as a bel-lcu jjifi [rem
U i | unta i< i'i
aiieth and the Duba I Uinburgh
With the swarm a native to North
America will be sent to
i i ili.li- a-, .i memento '( (iie,i
V sit lo BrlUah Columbia in Ooto
i'.r.
I I'fovi'Hi.il Synod with bishops.
lerical and la) repn
rid in Trinidad in 10S6 CR
been reached despit'- the
and patient efforts of the United
Nation- side "U.F.
ASTHONV EDEN
Schuman, ended two days of talks
on world problem* with a Ml-
minute meeting this morning
A communique issued at the
end of the -m ti .aid Che iwo
dOVOted particular at-
tintion to means of allying Brit-
ain with a project for establish-
ing a European defense commu-
ity a unified European army
be given plent) of Udm ashore for>coinpoaed o' units from Germany
dancing and parties. France. Ilalv and Benelux l'f
ICX.IM (IIAAI.f
U.S. Centres In Iran TtU.Ce Talks
Can Remain Open Deadlocked
TEHERAN. Feb 2
Piemiei Mohammed Mossadegh!
ornled that any instructions had
been given to close down the
offlces or the United States In-
formation Service In the Pro-
vinces. He said that the POatn
mild continue functioning wlth-
Dttf Govi-iiiineiit hindrance.
The mis-understanding whicii
led to the belief that some action
.nainst the office^ was underway
rose when copies of the Cabinet
decree of 1949 were distributed
to certain Constuatea,
The US. Embassy also con-
firmed thai no action against the
, U.S. was Involved I'.r.

mcnsan. ton :
Allied and on. nun.-i I
in- piogre** on non-
controverslal matters connected
i*rvising a truce, but
disagreed on how to poli<
MM and who
should control the five islands ofl
Korea's west coast. They did not
even touch the DtOCfcfng Hem of
talks the Allied pro-
poeed reatrlcUOD iai Imilding and
reconstructing airfleldi in Korea
during the ceasefire period.
After over four hours "work-
ing level" teams firstly agreed
that eaoh side could determine
the rank of Its own members on
the military armistice commission,
tfiey picked Panmuniom
tlco headqunrters after
'truce signing, but gave the am,-
Hdht
lehnOBS another sp i hmige dlscusai
I i deadlocked BO ti
ii three weeks on the
' iand for the right >f
ioaa afbero t
want to go after. Reor Admiral
I R. E Uhby who handles Unilod
'Nations war pri ner. raago
tions. said the Hed- again refused
neutral team, to Inter*
Hi
e th.
.
-u.r
25 Cane Firrs
This Year
Tweuty-Mve
already occurred thai sear.
majority were u. and St. George.
Of this .imouiii foul
in St. Michael, |. i
Church. Ipui ii, S'. |'|, !
St. John, hve in S' i
in St. Andrew, two In
nnd three in St Petei
to Police record-', them a/en
eano fires in St I
' uics or St. Jo
In all. rlO.V;
holes ot
Twenty Hve acre
u
7M holea In
acres and 471 hole. In I
1874 hohl
and 17.M holes m S'
7H acres m st Andre
acres and 70 h lag
and 24 '4
s' Peter
"Many of these fire- war*
mused by careless people wl*>
threw lighted
ears nnd other vehicles A police-
' 'he Advaeste
hilher, the
dtor, unique position
,f the Assistant Court j
President of tie
ill. a pi || bl
It was inevitable that,
I
I
Aurnihl-. Mcrnl.'i foi Si
. 1 , ,, 1
II General, Mr. 1 aftei BU I
I I
A Vestryman
hi the.
l|< .i: 1 bandli 1
of St John and re-[
l 'i .
|| .' .
Bmbei il the Exoeuttvaj 1 ,1.
Al tin iiiw Vestry hustings last!
is paid 1 I M
vears' unia, Kin arvlee m the'
iilnu which tim b<
.'.- 1 Board
ipttling liualltlea
I aiding work as a Vcs-
1. Ueeguee,
I Greemdge and Ml I
M, Ri e 1 ho wore Ve1
1-' standing spoke 1 f hU
Ogcl which was always
.) ut the half of
is life ho had served the parish
ndaari appomtmeni to

BOffktnl memtjera, thr'
. >..,, 1 Dudle) Lea<
1 Bli John saini removal
Keen n ground for erttl
i'n agan I 11 ej
LltlVO, For some timr
1 ijve planfaM

On Other PflgM
Faae 2. < arib (alllm. Tnur-
Um
3. Cinema
4. Hporl Fraluii-
rtniikir IISI
. Spurt h>porU.
*. u Iilnu *" Inniiin
7. Women
- I.nl.r- lour-
MHiiidrri'
' Sire. I liilerl liner*
In IxMidun
III Seoul Iboadra-I
II. Art and AritsU
l. Children
II lomle Strip*
IS la.ral Sews
i.il Jpital
Bjnj| there waa a
.oital also as a
mark of protest against the U il
if s women agitator* arrested
Or throwing stones through a
bOB win-low .lining last week's

rue of ihe woman were sen-
meed to one month in jail and

" n.qiiitted. The French Rssi-
neral, Comte Fean De
ll.iuleclocque still had received
o reply to the French note that
, the Bay three
lays ago. Tunisian leader* are
reportedly disappointed with the
note whuii they BBkf otfere.!
"nolhniK in'. IM"
Itusniu W anls
War To End
PABU
Russia, demanding in '
Moil to
I
Ai'ie using
. ,. . Jackob MatHi
-'.urge after the Unite,
liiurse of ti K

. ide in Hu li lied " ' I
1

ing ,,We
I do net want 'o
, 1. 1 1'iuman.
, Malik di
,,i',., vane 10 < U
|U
, legad attack on
[Ol -nn 11 planes
ram with
ullatj IT
IvJiiiK'tKit \m!
Cuii\ua llii^1 I'M' 11
A plastic raincoat % 'Ion
Sg, and on
I2. oonumiiitt aruela
value of $4.44 and Iff
were sti>l< i.
owned by Wllllan
of Wat.: I
while lh)
side ihe ,
Kagle llnll. Si MkclUM I i|
mid-day tm Friday.
I t 1'in in 11 ni.sf
JvIh Dtimagvd
Ml AKMV IIKAU
. ,.
1 it a 1 1
avenge the loaa of loui U
' ;
week of the war damagi-i .ni<
MH.
. I

jets fought 35 MlG IVs all tin
1 A
1 or dei <
I b 1
ma gei
hrfl
. ;

plans* dm nix the pal'
1 r
Knitting Co. Get New Premises
rv*a

Choi*- a Ralei|li
and you will
doskm s bfcj h
Of great urcnajili
Dooth runnuis.
superior wutk-
atsndnp and h(
Ufa. fluik of thr
floe 11 maieriali W
the *oii
and Bsm
cyUe ri i' 1
THIl K I- M AlKCRAPT wss
engine n-esssaUtiag cassli-t
th- new ecgiaa ssssgOadsd I
by relief pit
ad is Barbados ou Wsdne-dsy due to mechanlral trouble 111 the port
1 aaaaga t> seen here being swuisd into poaltton It was brougbt over
After trial flight, the aircraft left for Coracao tae tame erasing
for '.m
M;.l-
and The machinei '
MJ '
ilse- removed and the
.- ted.
. 1
.
I
'sse* rsBpil I

ither In machlnerv from the K:
Itarbadm Co- M|
tting

business m*n

busim
K
Kactory Ud. that production
u%e of their Spinning He uaid that Uv
Plant would occupy the bottom month. 1
**.? J"!3H
THE felisf fit I IfCVCll
A wide vafiely of n oduls
always on display and
ready assembled (or you
take away See) our
cycle Derailment. Itrst Floor
msavmi 110.. id.
10, II, 12 & 13 B:c .d Si 1
I I Dajiib
VI


I'M.! Mtll
SL'NDAV ADVOCATE
SUNDAY, IKBKIAKY
'
EVENING GOWNS
^^^ ICnd Of Mmmm ItVdiulions
JllM arrived \r%\ Shipment ...
IMPORTED COTTON DAY DRESSES S17 98
.*.. f. I OIII seta (mi,, f,
fmmmrutm % If S.I* '. 4- . [o p.M..
I lie ll.-il H.,|..,
Of C anragr
Front The NOVEL
by
STEPHEN CRANE
~ febs^
!
- lU'UJiUIu
M".
AND MBS HAJJHY C
ANDERSON of Vaacoyver.
who flr* In from Canada on
Friday eta Ottawa. Miami and
Puerto Rio plan to spend a
manth m Barbados and art
guests at the Coral Reef Out..
St. Jam eft.
Mr. Anderson u General Mana-
,gr rf the Oeneral Construction
. Comp-ii^. vaiwouvei and a
fornu i i fin-r Fimin.il- of the
InWtaw, General t .-
Co. construct highways, bridges.
^urpuf. runways, i-u
Mr. Anderson told Carib I**'
Cohih tfjcdluig
oP.ni.. ni vi *. to ,....
at
irs
AMERICA'S
NEW
SWEETHEART
Of A
MUSICAL!
0' THE MOST POPULAR SHOW HOUSE IN TOWN
PLAZA
BTOWN
DIAL 2310
^Ah Tht SHOtT -
Otj EDWARDS ""> *
BOCKAROOS
MH
In respect to HOK. TIMOTHY
ROODAL who died in Trinidad
yesterday morning, there will be
no shows at the following
Theatres To-day.
EMPIRE. OLYMPIC. BOXY, ROYAL
no 1* back in Harba after an abaemf nf 30 year* 4 spem
in the U S > He I* spending i<
hurl MaMa. -
Mr Laurto GltUtM of
Ixvi BriltOD'i Hill.
EMPIRE
TOMORROW4.4S . ** OHHM twO.T411 *
PARAMOUNT PICTURES PRESENTS
I'IKIM, EXPRESS"
Starring :JOSEPH COTTENCQHINNl CALVSRT
EDMUND OWEN
BLAZING ACTION Sl'SPENSF.
by Mr F Meurk
McGregor. TCA's Operation
M*n*nT (Atlantic Regiwni
Wltfc T.L.L.
and Mr*. Vincent Lew.'
and family who had been
spending a holiday m Barbade -
returned i0 Trinidad yeiterduv
evening by B.W.I A.
Mr. Lewie who la a Barbadian
b with the Shipping Dcpartmerv
*f Main. Trinidad Le.uehul Ltd.. in San Fernando
Staying; With Nephew
EOKt'.E GITTENS of St
Annual Leave
Mi
OB the b.,:'
I
R W I A
. -
hla pareiiU. Mr. mil Mrs. Freri-
-ho live, oa the Morn*
overlooking Calrk-t.
Peter's father la Manager of
Cable and Wireless' nranch in
si L i i.
First Lag
MH OJ
I'tnl,
OITH AOF-MTS -!- making l<*
in* mare by taking ortten o
r-rrsanal Curiums* Orf*ti* Cirti
Brildlika Urit
I'ubh.i*.. v. .11 HOg iirauiifMl
ri* x>uiia Bkk, K-r ISM to
Or'.tlllaa AaWtiU Wot* UKUv
Hrshai! C"'iin:.-ioii paid Jd-.
wmiaiu a co. uovt a. vion*
Worfci. l-ix.l'.n. fctifLttu!
EXTRA
I SIT ID
LATENT NEWS
WATER SPEED''Shof
ROYAL
Man. Tata. IS SIS
Columbia Double -
Wayne MORRIS Pratton FOSTER in
-IHE IOIir.HER THEY COME'
ana
FLAME Ol STAMafJL"
with Richard DtNNlKG
OLYMPIC
CHEZ
JEAN-PIERRE
In Hastings Phone 4084
Introduces
THE VIKING SUPPER
served every Sunday evening
from 7 to 10 o'clock. a delightful
variation to the pleasures of
" eating out"
Table reservations only
Maa. at IWu, 4 34 4t .15
It-K.O. Super Double
MZABETH SCOTT
DENNIS O'KEErT
ia
1HE COMPANY
SHE MIPS
AND
HUM IHE
MAN uons
am
a..^" x-tt'S^
| OKI YOUNG
CARLA RA1XNUA
Wcttuatar Thuraaa, 4 M *
tit
Howard Hutha* Production 441
"IHE
Ml LAW**
Star line :
Jane RUSSEU. Jack BUETtl
AND
-RACE
% I III I I
.arrant
GEORGE RArT
WILLIAM a*NDI>
HOXE
Man. i, Taeaaav. 4 M at tlS Wataaoaau at
Ml
' Republic Whcle Serial
HCRBCRT J YATfS
>HwMe
ROOCAIMRM-MEUIMM 1
dhuh laini-cauvaui
A MMJUK aaootlCTION
Bi :,
I.XOHHSKA
Kiviamn
WITH
RAY CRASH CORRIGAN
Paramount preaanl.
* HWVAWIMIS
Starring.,
JOHN PAYNE -T^
rORREST TUC1USI1
\TTEXTIO.\
At Last you can have your
Car looking lUta octw hv
the use of - -
JOHNSON'S
Sensational
CAR-PLATE
at no trouble to vuur-
selves.
YESYour favourite
NfcRVH KNTRE
a.
lav*
l..i.-..rt.k
SEaaVKE
SI IIION
ha opened PotttMl .
Service (nr vour conveii-
enee. They also under-
take the WASHINCi and
QREASINQ ..i Cm
Vans and Trurks.
Call today fur particulars
HWIITE
mm*
roi Hit-.oi s
SMMVKm"
PIKINK: r.TO
TIMELY ITEMS AT REASONABLE PRICES
New Cocktail Dresses
Smartly Trimmed Hats
Ladies' Shoes
Evening Bags
Handbags for
Travelling
51 Gauge Nylon Hose
Veilings, Feathers
and Flowers
Dress Materials
Evening Coats
Lace Blouses
Pleated Skirts
Silk Starves
Tee Shirts
Ladies' Woollen
Pullovers
Ladies' Housecoats
Pyjamas and
Slipper,
Petticoats aid
HiM Slips
Lace Trimmed Panties
Briefs
American Br>r<
The MODERN DRESS SHOPPE
BROAD STREET.
THE WOMEN'S
CANADIAN CLUB
.Annual Dance
in aid of
LOCAL CHARITY
under the Auspices of His Excellency the Governor
and Lady SAVAGE
'I Ihc-
Marine Hotel
-ON -
SATURDAY CVIMNti, February 23rd
GAMES
BRIDGE
PAJ-MISTRY
FLOWER SHOP
ADMISSION $l.St
MR AND MRS. CEOTiGE
AMI WORTH accompanied
by (heir daughter Martha MS
diii- tt. It-live Seawell ihis morn-
m for Pueito Rico Uy B-W I A
Dn the lirnt leg of tbeir journey
to Canada en route to their b' *
m liritnh Columbia. They ar-
rived here in lute Novcn
during their holiday Uh
Having at Strathallnn." Rock-
ley
From The U.S.A.
Dit BMI Mrs. Brii,,. Alleynf-
of Baltimore are spendlni
three week-, in Barbados Thev
.- ..: M >d Mi ) V
Cliiki it Wnr'hina. Chri*t Chure'-.
Dr. Alleync I? a BarOadlan. Tht
his first visit to tlv Island in
many years.
Mrs. Alleyne I* a n Baltimore A isreat honour wan
conferred on her when *he was
lectcd the tlnrt lady to nit on .
ury In the Stat<> of Maryland
Short Visit
MR. DICK LEACOCK, one of
the Directors of Measrs. S. P.
iuson. Son and Co.. Ltd.. wh*
among the pasaengern on B.W.I.A.'s
tight from British Guiana on
Thursday evening. He had been
'.here on .1 short irlatt. Mr. Let-
ck i- tko President of the
)arbado5 Chamber of Commerce
Ai.-ivniii by the tame ph.-..'
Meivyn Gnrll and Mi.
rose de Montbrun. Directors of
Jrell and Co.. Trinidad who (ell
or Trinidad the following day
.y B.W.I.A.
Show Of The Year
CAHIB drop|>ed In at tho Oirl*'
Induidrial Union last week
found members of the No.
..... Club busily getting re.idv for
m of the Year which wi,l
be stas;ed at their club room mi
which pivniiM-s n
thJH| sensational will Ire
graced by well known artistes
hlle the mannequin diow will
perhaps be the main feature of
iht .vei.mg.
K.ith C.inpix'H and his Soeirty
ive wilt ;ilso be there
THE EMBLEM of the Barbados An to mobile AsiociaUon
Thaw tuned to mtilcm>t. Iliriu'iei- now at a btlni r# ot
12 49. a itiiatlKr- e of two typ ana radiaten. 1 for
Leaviag Today
I%t'E to raturn to AnUgua ihi
morning by 11 W.I.A. is Mr.
Charlie Warren, son of Mr. and
and Mrs. C. S. Warren of "Wyn-
d-i." Hastings. Mr. Warren who
has been on annual leave ii
Manager of Measrs. Bennett
nryaon's Bottling Works In St.
John's. He has been holidaying
here oince January 12.
Three Weeks
MISS VERDUN SENHOUSt
of Dominica returned hom'
yesterday afternoon by the M.V
Meoeaa after three weeks' holi-
day. She was the gueat of Mrs.
Robert Yearwood of My Lord's
Hill during her holiday in Bar-
bados
From Ottawa
MISS NORMA WOOD and her
friend. Miss Sandy Fraser.
arrived on Friary morning by
T.C.A on a holiday visit to her
father. Mr. Pvt.-> Wood, who is
staying with his brother and sis-
ter-in-law. Mr. and Mrs. Frank
Wood of Culloden House, Cullo-
den Road
Mr IVrcy Wood, who is a re-
tired executive of the Canadian
Ba',< Note Co Ottawa, arrived
here early in January He was in
Barbados last year around this
time on a similar visit.
Back To Trinidad
MR. CUTHBERT MARSHALL
Max Factor's repreaen'ative
in this area who was in Barbados
on a short visit returned to Trini-
dad on Thursday by B.W.I.A,
25.000-Mile W.I. Tour
MR. ELLIS A. WILLIAMS.
Caribbean Representative of
(he A J. Farrell Kure.ii of Brook-
lyn New York and DirecU-r of tlw
Car.abraat News Agen.-> *ni.
suppliei. the American Pre with
W. I aews arrtved at Seawell
yesterday evenkag by B.W.I.A.
uada. He is on a Wl.
tour coUecUng factual lnforma-
. American periodical*.
Mr Williams is known in the
West Indies for his work with
the VS. Ot.ce of War Inform..-
ttan as bead ot the Caribbean
Division who directed a radio
programme to the W.I. during the
last war. mer Stations WRl'I.
nd WRUWknown as the We-t
Radio Newspaper.
He is on a 23.000 mile tour of
the British. French and Dutch
IT. Indies.
Mr Williams will leave here on
Tuesday for the Northern Islands
He is a cousin of Mr. W. W
Merritt. Chief Sanitary In|ector.
Bridgetown He is slaying with
the T.iIt.v at "Viamede". Rock-
ley.
After 27 Years
ArTKH Ui rev iminths' holiday
in Barbados. Mrs. Rkel
Mullin a Barbadian who has
been living m the L'-S. for tho
past 27 years Is due to return io
New York City this morning vl 1
Puerto Rico by B.W.I.A.
Dm in* her holiday she was
Maying ul one of the beach houses
at Silver Sands. A farewell party
in her honour was given theiv
last night by Mr. and Mrs
George Rogers. This has been her
aM visit hone since she left 27
years ago for the U.S.
Acting
MR. FRANKIE MANNING.
Barbados Scholar for 1961 in
Science, is at present acting on
the staff f the Lodge School. He
has taken the place of Mr. John
Humfrey. who has since been
.ppointed to act as A.D.C. to th"
Governor of the Windward
Islands. John hopes to enter
Cambridge later this year to
read for a degree in Science,
Frankle's twin brother Billy
Is acting as an assistant science*
master at Harrises. Collage.
Li-ii son Commissitner
SQUADRON Leader "Bill" Ram-
say of re a. who has
recently been appointed Liaison
Commissioner for Scouting in the
W.I. is at present in Barbados
and is a gueat at the Hastinc-
llotel. He leave* here by T.C.A.
"ii Wednesday for England via
Canada.
Talking Point
Diogenes struck the father
when the son swore.
B.O.A.C. Supplies Tourist Planes
Jn Keeping with its announced
policy of providing appropriate
comfort for passengers whan tour-
kc,il** ,ravel conies Into effect.
BOAC has released details of the
TiocUlirations to the .ilft-raft ,n
vhieh pas-.enif.ers from New York
" will be accommodated
Jt the reduced single fare of US.
$270 agreed at the LA T.A Con-
' Nice. December 4th.
NasniaUoog have been com-
pleted with the Lockheed Alr-
ernft Seivue Corp. in Bur-
bank (0 .i.odifv and completely
modi-rmzi live Constellation slr-
...ili Toi ihil purpose. Not
only t.ill ihe interior be corn-
Ured and re-
decorated, but a number of
modiilcations to improve the
comfort of the aircraft for
- will also be Incor-
porated resultinR in a virtual
new airplane
The IUIAC (..nstcllation will
have flexible density seating so
fill be adaptable for
first-class services and special
charters in addition to tourist
travel All passengers up to a
maxtmun of 68 without regard
t> the type of service on which
the> are travelling, wilt be accom-
"udated in fully reclining sests
without any rvducUon in leg room
When used on services other tbsn
tourist, the fourteen aisle seats can
be removed in a matter of ruin-
ates. Equally the llrst nix row*
of scats can be folded against the
Mdes of the fuselage to permit the
i-irriage of cargo.
A full and complete galley ha-
been provided for use when the
aircraft are not employed in carry-
ing tourist traffic and, with the 11-
moval of the two rear seats, a bar
can be installed. On tourist ser-
vices, most of the catering will be
done at ground stops. One of Uht
moat Important features Incorpor-
ated in the modi Heat ion of the air-
craft is the installation of < <<" -
pletely m-w m conditioning and
1 lessui nation system, an Import-
ant feature of high regularity of
operation at any altitude with
maximum passenger comfort
Although the number of passen-
iters that it will be possible to
cam In the B.O.A.C Constellation
has been increased by nearly fifty
1 eg vent. while leUining full leg
"mm for passenger comfort, there
will be no reduction In crew quar-
ters.
The complete rejuvenation of
the aircraft will be done on a pro-.
gressive basis, with the work
starUng on the first plane already
In progress.
As a result of the reduced fare,
a substantial increase of tourist
traffic is expected, thus Increasing
B.O.A.C's dollar earning capacity.
The airline has shown a gross pro-
fit of nearly US- S3.000.W0 so far
this year. The modiflcaUon of
these aircraft will permit B.O.A.C.
to offer some four hundred tour-
ist seats across the Atlantic week-
ly, in addition to i: regular flrst-
i-lass services.
Commenting on the tourist fares
agreement at Nice. Sir Miles
Thomas, Chmrman of B.O.A.C.
in his rapacity as presi-
dent of the International Air
Transport Association said.
-The One Way Tourist Fare
is US. $270 which as fore-
cast some weeks ago, is under
ibe S2B0 mark. Eleven airlines in-
cluding the largest American com-
panies have come to unanimous
agreement on several important
points. The Conference was char-
acterised by mu-fh goodwill and
*iccommodation, starting with
widely divergent views but ultim-
ately hammering out a mutually
agreeable compromise. It was
good example of international dis-
cussion." saiiaal
TOAY TO TUESDAY 4.45 ft 8.30 P.M.
K O K.ta \iUa.i Pa-knl Ifcdiin
s^TT-R^N in -The RACKET"
MITCHUM
I U1 ...,,c_ <
'(IIV1 toi
an.ii i
OPENING FRIDAY 8TH
CAPTAIN HORATIO
HORNBLOWER "
P
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C ,4 I K Y W The UarsWi
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w*T TODAY ipm
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Wclwwl O-HHKA a
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, a He* lu a ass |
Ml I MH I MUSI
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for* '
M. .:
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atwubac- wk..i Satrui
riDIB\L AOBNT y
INDHHusiD |M
ROVAI. BARBADOS
VACHT CLUB
NOTICE
A IIA.M I
in honour of
Ihe Commanding <11..-r-
Omcers and Cadets ef Has
M*k>tty's Ships "Devan-
'lht^a and "Knard Bay-
will bo held
on 8ATCRDAY 9th l rb>.
1952,
Dancing from 8 ou pin. to
1B.M aalfciigfat.
AIMsUSSlON wUI be Sl.SS
per person
For Members and their
Friends.
By order of,
The COMMITTEE OF
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SINDVV. FTHltl'\RV
IMHI MlvIM \rr
i iiui i:
*i The 4 nrmii:
-THE RACKET
B.B.C. Radio
Pfagnammes
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n 1 qtirlur .4
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1 aS, :: 1 TH* BRPM
SS-1 Ik p.m. tam an
HK I.. H.
MELODRAMA AND COIfZDY an the bill ol Ure n
Ibis WMk-od, hMdtd b> THE RACKET plirtnt, the i^35T?t&% *
Plata. Starring Robert Mitchum. Robert Ryan and Liz.i- b.. p" cN^*ww^n (...
beth BtsJU. it is last-paced, well directed and well acted ..^ii r,rV i sA^tas*?"? *V
presents a picture of municipal corruption that is appall- " ^3fcfiS ^iiK^iTrML*-^
ingly realistic. It is produced along the lines of the old putum.
slogan "Crime Duesn t Pay", but there is a pessimistic **-'*-**
linal note win t of the racketeers are brought
to book the Biy boss is never caught.
Shady politician*. crooked in-
) vmh-.v
vestigator* and rigged elections
are all shown up lartnajy and
I he municipal ,>olicr are given
full credit fa* thalr efforts in
Irving to rtd Linte communities
of Uie evil* of racketeering which
have crown up largely because
of an apathetic public. Anoui-
ing to thb film, the brutal meth-
ods of the old fjangai
have Kone out of fashion, and
the eoiili. RC opera-
tions of the new crime wiper-
syndicaU- (dace. An
ominous thought, astl l aV
i D..TM-.-.i mi tssanam
The story
nnd concern* a lone poUee cap-
i,.in and one of his on
determined to break iga
s.ndic.ite thji is operating: in
their city and tcjaoasMntUag
particularly on their precinct.
No guarlcr it aiven and it i n
tight lo the finish with losses on
l>oth sides.
Robert Mitchum Rives the best
performance* 1 have seen him
give. As she potter Captain,
who is honest, fMil lea* and de-
termined at ;>' co-'
community ol organised graft
Hnd coarupaton by playing off _
one faction against another he Ktat
is forceful and convincing. Robert t
Ryan is the chief racketeer and ,*>>..
he seemed to me so ruthless and
brutal la to border on the psy-
hoDarhtr lJiabeth Scott is a
sriww u wait.
o*fAr. scant*ai . i
* i" ""^ml lmtriit 11
' IS inoom The Nat.
-.. a,..,....
FARM AND GARDEN
Bj U.I.Kol. \
Dm aiua^satl-l*-..
mango, but it has now t>ec m .na.t1Wa.12cd in all
It thought tj Matt been under cultivation
in India for 4.0t years and-ni(*. i nt m
HinHti i log* Among the- plant-; brlotig-
inp to the mnm.. family are the golden ap|ile. huf, plum.
Jamaica plum, chili plum and cashtw
The n. Import,
food frviit
khi i'..- west Indi
.-specially as seedlio*
trees have established ihemseh<
t pa vsson, :
to quite -i common sight lo se<
cart toads from village arc is .(
inetr way to city markets*. One
i the mango 11 1"
.,-; what the apple is h
lemper-...- bom and conaWer
:
Its large sugar content Tl 11
Lisas, here ai'
Ht was always
TIRED
A and
ILL
(.ARieiMi HINTS
FOR AMAIFl KS
lull
laying out the new

.. .M pm Ttw IX. iH
Cate roieia>. i p<:<
mm* an p.-. imt.u
MacDOS'ALD CAKCY
ith gratlfvii
. m. T BUS* CWtun____
II mi SUd.. W..il -
I'.lkpwi* SWrvk*. 9 m Nhc *
t>n-/i*.lr.. I* Km TH N* . Il .. .
rrom the ao'.irh.iv ran m i\>..-, e-1 the natural lie ,pf the land. To
' tSStTrKuT' "** "* *"-w'" * 4natanc# a rise In one part
m>-n>s around could b*> Stnphai > <
WKfi. ii aMr snnrw ii wsv. wnt'x made into .m atlracUv* iocs: gin-
it tan* den
Any natural hollow could be * !?
excavated snore and turned Into mi
a very charming sunken gardeu. "'" *^ Jg ",['"*".":.
The earin ,., ,, , ,. ^ ,. oii.iiinpllon in ".
unkM | M used In "''- ,"-,v "u llml
I'uiidlnf a mck-ga.rten. or k-ut
aaf>a tm RUhsg "ka '"-"" uigre.iient u i*m
s imetlme-
. mmi on Ha it ti *
are lg l>e left, they -
the nppe.'
bed* are b
-der. am
nil in the "p>. ( tones and the tree with mould
> a good tlepth. Plant such 'hlnr>
s Anlhun. i
rie fern, IbcharW Lillet sa<)
r"p DegonUl All th planl
tlo well m tin- dappled
they will gei under a tree.
When th" house stntids on
i U at |g hlgner than t^r
"urrouiidtnn (TOUAd, t tervaaeo
.fleet can b<- inMe. Bhoii fllgfrs
of Itaps should lead n
level tit another, and Wl
P"ts ..f geranlunvs or other j-lani
ore plaeed on either *lde of On
Then
KftUSCHEN
OroughtahappY change
gitarSBaTertDsfi ihrsapainful
complaints, this msn
tirouyht
\heiit a on i '- lri%'
l onieklv ss him ha.-a
thp )oy .>f IlrtSf
"Up t* >> in
FACK POWDER
for glamour that becomes jou
ii*

A.-t .!
sin
l i" St"* >n hH Hatr. S i __
r-uak on thr* TMnas, t pm. Il-Slo
Ifwwwl. *> pin. AfriMn Rurwy. S
m Cwnptrr of ih W-k. S pjn FTnM
hr Third Prnvmnir IS p.m Thp Nrt'I
0 IS pin nun tbr EditoriaU. IS it u .<>
kWncr R>%-m, IS SS i-" Tip
NBW III WAVSI*N.?ai
BBC -XmtV ffPW WWlSHSlMl to-SBT
- Baraado* ttmr.

1 .
New BBC Beam
To This Area
results My roti-
the Film Unit.
h:i< many more
of local interest to brl
the put>lic. and o ckri
with an- ,n view of the prevailing poor
their future efTorts. reception from London the BBC'
II fS MAKE IT I.FGAL *" Putting on nsw tranamiaalon
Showing at the Globe, LET'S i%l,hi' f"? _?7? ""tafy*1^
VAKF IT fFP.Al ttHittf* u, *' metres. This beam will come
EteftJS fs 'V"am "25 '!r "!,
vdy that puki
evan thoi
i
es. Jelnsn
boiled and
(,.rk ..-italic

Ufa lav
; h wi-od
^e(.>l '
i
h, aaMMAofi t"
plant, the tree Is ,,t
ve M HI omi mrntril In
rttlns:
The mango thrives OB n Wf*
i..iNie ul soils provided
Wl
climate o
preferred, where thi- is sau-esslvf
fli't ilnc '
rht sb-ut
,

step'*, thr rSMill * f "f ,hc Pnn'
which, at b**t.
hen the ground ., per- Tl .....y be Judgi
tVHlv MM ,,r,d treele<- || mor portion
difficult 10 majBB thr ' .4"untians t
d.mip. rop-,
A fln' expne however can be m i
irago hingus growth destruc-
ninde (,..,. i,, tn. nosrs** LoeaJ dlraatk
. asti an In-
.i UTJ^!" *his new frequency which'is b.'in^ m**n"'' ,h,,,: "
Lh Tt i' '*d a'nn aperimaiit will bowel- mon' ann ''"*'r 8ton nul,, ,w oi u suiUbla one
iSfh Crlafct como<1 bv T"*BBC- B0" M. K'"8- ""SL-t.^ j t ^ l. -. imi>oriai.cc Tt- Jamaica Hom-
dogue and a^JSod 'ton' -'"malca, B.W.I. ^Sf~.?llt..V^r5. b"*a^ ?? '^J. f0' example, rfetns to Hour-
CUt, it still iciiiuiiij. a mediocre
ttim rtua to due to the wesk-
aajasM in th
-mrface, and wtsm *ey an. umkI ^ m ,hP dnM., ,
in menu-rail..,, they add to me q( ^^ ^j,.
Clot which, even in ,hrl>" ttampU lo woo the ladv XHArt,T.,. ^-*|M ,n ;. "' ""* ""'
I rOWKl hlsl
w ,-wnd n..,d,h.r. " imc.nrthirhu.6ind. mrn-nmn w,,i rnn,,. n --
PIMM 01 lln.i.MI. ColbW. I. > U 'il dlhVull, will, IhinEs "''" '" '" "f "' "JT It,.
fault seems to have been sn a.d-n e*kii**s to h.-l imltabl, flair for comedy together "Unnrv
with the efforts of Mr Carey that * "* " "-' charming; of
dd i s 'he credibility a young married daughter who f"^ "Su"^'. these parts
After twenty years of mar- "ceds a -ound spanking m-t of ft"?' '"n 1- ir Trfeaa.Jli iu
*. a snv voune arandsnothsr. the time, and her husband. Bird-hath will mak.. .Phasing
11 to handlu

Mil
nd ti intpori
Pft '

anyHilng ^.t the drop of a with the efforts of Mr Carsy that
. Not even divorce proceed- save the film from bogging down li'fden orn.un.en i
i great
ROItFRT MITCIII'M
up With
maa plays a patrolman
give soimd perform tuicea as do
the rest of the members of a
large cast.
The Plaza Theatre- I. to to
commended for ih.ving a slum
which should he of niteresi la
Barth.dlsns. It Is, I tieltevr I BH1
right in aajrlng. the I
made by the Barbados Film Unit
under the aegl" ot the DtPaVt-
ment of aducation, in collabora-
tion wish the Dtpaill
Medical Services It to entitled
GIVE YOUR CHILD A C'HANCF
and Is a timely and Interestipk
documentary on the care of ex-
pectant mothers and the faril -
ties and advantages offered to
lliem bv the Barbados Matem.tv
Hospital. Of only twenty min-
utes dumtinn. It covers In de-
tail imjHtrtant ante nnd post
natal care which i- > often
overlooked by mothers, with
tragic results for the child The
story Is acted entirely by local
people, assisted bv the medical
staff of the Maternity Hospital.
jrn ascrrrso
4711
Eau de Quinine
Hair Tonic
A HAIR TONIC IndltptiM
for the ctr* of th* w.in
hair. SletnovM and prevtnu
nitthrr *\r<- >
D.SMiHI II
II Mm th h.ir suft imd i
and l^v a refreshing parfuir,
Two SUea
i Hop him tnmi hnin complct.-ljr. narbor. Bnw. an.1 >' IP "i' "">< I.
-louiid I,., hoint wh.-tc hi- OB- Robcri Wa^nor ar. adequate and a """'I'8" a sur^liai.
,i u-ndlna hli prta. lacha.y ScMI nlU Ihr bill a. Uw Sundial, a. r.lci. nrnomcnB
lutf%. Inl.. Ibia ndtcuLai. sllua- smooth. thin* boy-frtend. A nW been u
:i..ii COIIMI an d llaiue ol hi. l.bourpd and uiwonvinclnn coni- t.-.nth cvntuary. '.t... a< : n
husband In rdy with cam desn-v.nt ol rtnl 111 F.nalui,l daUni
far bnik as All Tti. Tl
nt on. timo Use only cteans of
li.ht-rluh .inmr who Is mlxod wife, who puts In.
Iiu d lUWli T..I- ""- '>' '" "'" n" " "< .omhin, brttM.
Both ,1 '"" pr,m,.ljy start to art |-kR|NC. EXPRKSS
hiKh-school udotescenls
In PEKINC EXPRRSA At tin
Empire. Jose.'h Cotten is as mis
sa a bird-dog us he manages t>>
embroU himself with Chinese t-,m lo b*"
Nailnnallsts. Communlsti. eiterH- Kanlens
and bandits, blackmarketeers, wurld atmoaphere to ..
n beautiful rrench spy and a that is nol lerwiaa
Catholic priest In what turns put Sums of ihr luottn* and
to be sinister intrigue, brutally crtottsooi thai Sf t-mnU
enacted. diafl are laou iiu.un! and
Starting ns a slick train mys- Rarg aM ' a ol
Itry, it lievomea so garbled In its "I c'Allit time, d'isl IfSMI?"
swift, violtnt pace and picks up Ai i
so many pl*'s with fancy ideolog- -i^.t 0Uiei nil yf ,i"in. "is"
tnl trimmings that confusion shower'
reigns and I for one, found d in ).
almost impossible to follow the
i.t Ha\
m strlngines- m thin
.! ihs Trliii.i
oa have atrned a Wgn reBuaa-
i -1 fiua
of .-tinlr^ car cUes-jMfnc
eet. other* nib-add, bid a)
iv dele'-tihle. dcjicnrtint an lh'
iriWwitJtg of the i.livHual.
howevei it .
! mimhull
I od vrrr much in shape, ^ii"1
telling |ha -lavour. quantity o( llbre. se-i
Altnuugh the% are
....
. '
an si
tan fie 't froti
Ifttt as
By BOURJOIS
i n Ki l Ml I li'-i ICK TALI i "1 "> REAM
VANIiHINO t Kl AM IIKH l IAN II-.I HA1S0SBAS
|

that

Ul ll>"
cLAi'iiKTTf. coutrm
tnry iiccurately. Therv
namely that all nations -ml peo-
ple need to work together, but It
fa im-ented so obviously to
trile Photography is
good. On the whole and tOB
in.wderi background of a Chinese
city deserves a special mention
Mors 1 cannot say.
Is. no dOtAt, H.I' th.
..
ducad with
. ih-ti"|n
IfiBB, .,f which 1
1
....
making vegetative giowth at Uis
eedtftiL' 1i"r- more so II
. .-,{ vain-lieswhich Icn.) hi keep
1 ....
Tn Indl i Lrssj ma Ing a-Vtti

aSJu)
hours "
And an ainuMng one
I
Alll mil,
hours.
To htt
ham. nasd. 1
I I ..
Wmmt In mould. Only th. dBI or anl.n In il. tolana.
i C. CARLTON BROWNE
S trVholet
; IXC Roebuck St.
TRY IT TO-DAY
EMPROTE
RICH IN PROTEIN. THE FOOD FOR MUSCLE.
BRAIN AND NERVE
FMPROTE. n concentrated food composed of milk powders,
both skimmed and full cre..m. specially cooked and piyeaaaed
soya, Nstlonal nnd barley flours, soluble casein and pr-pared
wheat germ has becB designed to provide In a palatab'e 'ornV
partieulnrly nourishing food beverage, rich in protein, the
nitrogenous principle of food to necessary for the building up
of Ibg r.ervo and body tissues and the maintenance of health
ana fitness. ________
TRY A TINYOt'LL FEEL THE DIFFERENCE
UMII>S HUM. SIOIIIS
Broad & Tudor Streets
/,Hthe\ 4U l %
/DESERT \ V %. ''.
-OF DESSERTS-X, *WA %
HONIG'S

SWEETENED
Vanilla. Almond.
Eggnog. Cream.
OMV
IK
PUDDINGS
Raspberry. Lemon.
Rum. Mocha.
Beat todays High Cost
of Living and ENJOY
Doing it'

^EaTwiT^latBri
your huiltlinffs'.J
GALVAIVlZfiD
IIOOIIXs.
And
11(111 II'.....M.
Is Ai.iilahle
I IH'f'F I
Burlmdos
Co-op Gollon Factory Ltd.
rnUatlB R<^<1 t'Miks tell ynu tliey*re jmtt rifJat.
Vou know, too, when you look at the gfice
lag, that you cau't R't tiner value. lUu-init.il
is a Tan Oxforil ggSM Tor llov- gfld Votta*.
Tied to every pair i^ the John \\ gitd Godlaat*
tee Shield thr -inii ulm Ii iiumii ju -i rii'hl ''.
Look fur it In leading rtMtl ui Ii.. ! ! .
made by
JOHN WHITE
means made just right
(3<^l\eM&
ion
III It II JY
v.\.\iii.ii:s
I OOltS
IO-IIAY
SELECTING
NEW ENGLISH
JisdvinjodtDh
hi:i iih.i:ha I OIK
i>eiun ru
I
:
'>-...; gugrtMdd
inn for tall boltIr*
i both sides.
YOM #//:v/
Ill I ItlUl Ii \ TOR MY
M-J.\SO.% IItl.V OIFEH
or
ni|.
Mm mil mi >i\x\iu A t. LMU8
IIKPI*. or IMioMr I3M


PACE FOTTt
SUNDAY ADVOCATE
pvvtuy. rram'ART 1 1*-?
MADf RV THE MONKS OF lUCKFlST MlFY
If row '! warn out. dtprtuad. e>
generally run down a flan c twi
Bvirk'nt Ton.e Wlr* will qurekly wto'i lo.i
energy and ton* Up th whole A(>Ou' ITRti.
Citing - .lUlity It fortrftei you >.-
and Mhiuition and fti-tmbt'. ImUM TmH
Wtne ii eapacully valuaMe after m.
MTKIAST
TONIC WINK

1. KUM m -..i..
2. KL[Ml:cp. .'ltk,,t r.frlgaratlM
3. KLIMqaollly 1% olwayt Mlf*m
*.. KLIM it cicll.nl far qrawina chlldr*.
G. KLIM >Mk Kuril,*,,! t, caaktd 4lih
.'
f~j KLIM is recommended
for ir./ant feeding
i lh. hi IM gieei
. U.WAVSMK*, fully
irn am! i< lli>i i *|iv ii la ret
ml mi.
din do.
'. KLIM k tola la Mm tswc tally-Mchea
. KLIM h produced under trl :UIAIS: MILK
J Pi?EFf Tf NCE THE WORLD OVIt
"'fi'-'f leMteeriCW. 1
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If you lu' ni n OBwoKly, of loo well, lake j dash of ENO'.N
B ci vour Jici-Mivc juices flowing, help
fOUriton i hd al within borders, remove thefeclinpoi (Scon-
Don. And thanks to us wonderful effervescence,
how rrcsbeong BNO'S la to taw mouth! ENO'S conuim no
I Sa!l and no Kpsnsn Salts. Vet. by a gentle laxative
c""11' I rl -i regularity. Most of us need
om l-'ruit Salt "firti thing in the morning.
Eno's
Fruit Salt'
I'll I 111 1 HI! OMMI \f.(
I *M
Ml k III IM< Ill ll.HIIMIMLV,
lill IOI SM -- Ml IKIBI "V
SaWta taaataa/*
*""" Aa-wea.
"for Sprains of the ankles
For Pains in the back
Your quickest relief .....
is FIERY JACK".
On sale at all
DRUG STORES
frank B Armstrong Ltd
Agent*
Barbados Had Better Tram
In Tests \s Jamaira
loot ha 11 Season Start* yfid-February
By IK S. COPfW
The Barba.1 i nament has jnd it
> led* to nit in favour
palm lo Barbados on a well deserved
win because I think Ui ii .ip.ii
0 ii they fteldt-d the belter all round team.
Anyone who baa tried to .< alyas the pUy In the
ir>oni
i r..rmrr lha raj rba, who made |
*.C.I in 1948, Norman Marshal:
. K: .mk Kim :-,,. .'.:..,! ,,:hir "old Manet. Horn..

have ..ii < \|"" at
CftMt.
ADTANTAQI
......log wan

This d i. ... i ..... m
arith neiiiKibl.
.
' \ 'fiat Jamaica's
in the future.
UNO'S rot kvvmi NT
.ii I think that the tournament ptOVtd-
!- i i Frank King lo establl
doubt tha' In the Waal
Indies too.... i
among the Aral Bights Of local I..
Booglaa Williams as a roost promising bataman and
a roaourccful buwltr. Sni.th as - potential West
Indian opening batsman and H
candidate for such honours as well. Norman Mar-
shall as we have known Un for tin past lour years
as a medium paced bowler In a class by himself tn
West Indian rnckct circle-, and llarker as a pac*
bowler of promi-e.
The left run lei Horace) King and Adxil
M"l t'i VON BjUlta promising .ind I an.
ton help than the
^d^^BJIlk measurp of succoas.
djVpa^^^k in,, jiiiji< iin*, pact* i le dil
^^( roraToduce the rorm which i bin
^B ago imt in
nBK ^V most unbiased p-orU.
ttfl ^i'.h mr that he has pn
^L Miin act t|.
y^igfAV' "d balling
Xjljjf^^r* i lielding foundation he ha* a good future ahead of
,'. . blm -is a useful all n I
Tull.h got the Bnott apin of all bowlers at Ken-
...... tnd*
ol lengtli he iih! should nualifv for senior
>- i
QoorgB Mudie. a veleran now but a careful In-
loi.ial man has had his day and must be left
Woodcock Shows WILL IT BE 79?
His Hand
It, BBOAGI U'UITING
for the Butterscotch Boys from Doncagter
ired and presented by our ex-heavy-
Bruce WiH)cock.
ick was in hi. hey-dt-y, the) general im-
ppeesior: which the- mm-conversational Bruce did not
"I lo be that he had no thoughts
beyi>nd the brass, that he cared not a fig for the sport it-
self or the encnurauemem <>( others, and that boxing would
tee him no mm. oi.ee he had lost his title to Jack Gardner
ions were miles old. and unbeaten as a light-
off Urgcl. as Wiodcock anft hk weight, and middle-weight Ken
prove- i (.-
"Bright Light" Hoi Coming To B%dos
By BOOK It:
Frank Kln
thc> will en-
- Miller
ut ..I any future West IndW
but I ,,'i-r.n tin porformanee raid eer-
niinican team.
Alnr BUuia "ill most probablj gain his West
tin Indians lab thai raar, lb il
as good a . > 11. In. only real
kWtkeepei OO the West Indies
team that ; urlng Australia and since
I writ I think
lha tour-
ing All Inilin team.
Thorbourn and Bonltto an i nen who havi
pronuat. There la DO iloubl about the
musl keep
their wickets after tin j have scorad 2$ or 3n run
that wouiii earn thena eomnieBsOsTttOfi in any com-
Airte Btnn.
HMUHAI.I. SEASON STAKTS SN
'l*nv.......1 Eootball anaon will probafal* get uragannj on legur*
I day. Febiu..ry l Al fai a I MVB beri able to gatSsTa]
ll.Al'A i i UatOd with the I'irkwlrk C.C. for
tlM lellt.il Of KeliMligtoll OVal f"l tin
The H.A.F.A. are considering plan.-, foi lag ** rJ
aalecUM of .1 ruimber ol c. ...
I the various clubs who will attand -1 1
I b> Mr. Graham Willies on Sundays.
to th* CarlhlM an root-
i-i.ition with. 1 viui moon tnal
., ., 1
ing this year. It la m>
Bvon to lha football -ehool and that players take the games as serl-
poMlblo both 1...... the point of view 01 ntness as waU as
technique if Baa .....,..
Inxltee sj-irt.
WATI.H POLO
WATI" POLO Otl I fog-ward on Friday alUitioon,
"ben .1, wbe plaj in
Polo and Swimn imeawelal meet-
ing at the Aquatic Club togetnaa "'th mflrlaal of the association.
Subject to continuation at the urn.
March, they dackksd that latton would run two divumns
1 in the oaanr league. The Brat division would consist of U10 foiiow-
Ing five benai Harrison Col I - and Wrupporaya Flying Pish and Be
' lly dissolved and som. i t>een placed It
. Bd Whipnoroys subject to mutual agreement between players and
teams.
Five possibly six teams have been placed in the second division.
Ainnni: these an- Harrison College (Bi. Police and CavlSir. .1 BOW
tbtr team* have not yal b. en named.
LADIKS' I.KAGI'i:
The ladles' league will again have live teams. Sea Nymphs has
tl be a school team from queen *
College OUW loame hi the league are Starfish, fioldftih. Mermaids
, .ind Ursuline Convent
Queen'e College is therefore the Ih.rd school to enter ,1 team in
tin- v,.i\ii BOM runpetitiuti*. A healthy sign for any
sport. ___________
As long as four years agoIn
1 between having his
'ken by Joe Baksi and
staging a com.-
nOver-to-U'-iorgoitcn Lee Oma
the prti 1. began a
it pcispieaclous hunt for
talent among th<. pugilistic ptt-
f his pgrttva Yorkshire.
Pn mil. \..t Pohw
'' !'-i itarneaty, Askarn,
Cudworth. PoiiU-fiact, Mcxbor-
ough. Thorne. Tishburn and many
big districts were
discreetly given the Woodcock
plon Bruc*'.
young brother Bill ir fathe, and
'\-111me1- Sam.
rather than pobte was
of the search
Tou don't Him i,,hier pushing
fatlr5 said
Bruea as we talked this week.
Once dlacoverod, the piUhaft
popaai wan glvan the freedom
o the convened beer-bo|U#
KSh| therl ervi -,. w.,,1,-, 10
g> "Hi.i-ii.iii. then Intro-
at the Doncaster tourna-
; Sam.
Mil safaris,
" in the village
at Cudworth. near
Barnaley a 17-year-old welter-
weight whose idea of good time
between .shifi* waB B punch on
encouragement. th
1 accepted so enthusias-
Ihat for the next four
re 1 1.. travelwd 18 miles a day
by bus tn.m B.irnsley to Don-,
ensterthere to absorb the Wood-'
ci>ck Ideaa on hook, lead, clinch
inter
Th.it young man, having grad-
Ith -t dale .t In 17 rights
i .-.. Iter-weighi upwards. Is
' 1. areighe I3t. Ttb. and la
'-' ie. ), being hanod as one of
the brii:hte-( hen\->-weight pros-
pects in Britain. .
The oatOg i-i Terry McDonald
and promo'-Ts ,ir(. almost living
mi tho v. ipdcook duorstep to
up.
B.G. Qrtcket
Manage*
Confident
.
GEORGETOWN. F->
Wlshart, secretary H
I < IK. Cricket Conti.
bj crick
el team, left to-day for Trinidad.
lie tem. f......ws on Tuesday
On the eve of his departure
Wuhan expressed eordVdV
the B.G. team would put up a good
show, even In spite of the mem*
bers' short practice through lo-
I lemeiil weather here, but added
it Is a capable side, the majority
rawing had experience on mal-
ting.
Trinidad has always been bard
to beat at home, but with httl-
I leal the team will do well
Asked about the Trinidad aide.
Wlshart said with the exception
of a few who played
II an unknown quantity
Tho B.G. team will be leaving
Atkinson at 730 on Tuesday morn-
ing and are due at Piarcu at 11 45
No Hurry
.. or s, ago Mi
">n us a;. a quick con-
1 the hitherto 1
On January 28. at
in- met Use exjjen-
enced Irishman Gerrv Mcuer-
robruarj l^ we in Lon-
don will be allowed star Oral
glimpse of blm al Hannrgay.
k, baring himself paid
pretty (icnalties
for rushing too quickly into tho
big time ; iTni Mau-
forii aftec only 25
professional tights herohas been
real hurry wttb his coal-
l
Rowover, after four years of
p ri't.iklng efTort in their own
hun 1 facility other
-is woiihl do well to
n.nlate -Messis Bruce. Bill and
Ban ,n- now coming Into tho
open with McDonald and his
fellow campaigners of tho
Butterscotch Brigade.
them are the ex-Coal
Board fly-weight champion, mlly*
SO-yeor-old tllvn Evans,
raother-woighl arl I
i Denny Dowson
plumber Pat WBksSMld, 20 years
Major Chase \\ ins
Lord Basil
Ulackwood Cup
Major A. DeV Chase is the win-
ner of the Lord Basil Blackwood
Challenge Cup. The Officers of the
Barbados Kegiment shot for this
Cup at the Government Rifle
Range yesterday afternoon.
The contest was very keen and
the light good. Major Chase
scored 100 out of a possible 110
He defeated Major O. P. C- Wal-
tdtt by only one point, while Lieut.
R. E Goddard and Major J. E.
Griffith scored 97 each.
The Lord Basil Blackwood Cup.
an Officers' Challenge Cup. was
presented to the Regiment on
August I, 1910. In 1948 It was won
by Maior O. F. C. Walcott with
108 points out of a possible 110.
The following year Lieut. C. E.
Nehlett won it with 101 points.
Major Walcott again won It in
1950. On thla occasion he scored
101 points. Major Chase Is the
current holder.
This brings the number of
Major Chase's trophies to 14. This
is the Brat occasion, in seventeen
thai he has shot for the
Lord Blackwood Cup.
/ Race Horses Due
From St. Vincent
News has been received that
four race horses from Mr. Cyril
Barnard's stable in St. Vincent
will be arriving here on Tuesday
to take part in the ll.Tf. March
Mooting Tiiev are Cavalier. Croas
Bow, Galasheils and Rosette.
Cavalier is a candidate for the
Barbados Guineas in which he
will probably start second favour-
ite to Dunquerquc. Cross Bow
wil. be a leading contender for D
class honours while Galashclls is
an imported thoroughbrod nlly
who will be racing tn Barbados
for the first time. Rosette is a
half-bred who will also make her
debut to racing in this island.
Q.C. DEFEAT
ST. MICHAELS
In a net lull match held al
Ottawa*! College yesterday after-
noon Queen's College beat St.
Girls' School 12 goils
to eight.
To-morrow's fixtures ar? Girls
inundation vs Queen'a College
Old Girls at Queen's College.
Play begins at 4.45.
. ^ajg. A W OpOanJ '' trt< -nine informed me during
fJL g - the week tnut he thought we would have
j^gfM*'g\gJggV about TH horses filtered at the March meeting. I
/S thought this rather a high estimate. But on goinv
f ^ through the claw:fi< that he la Just
/ ^y T\ tbout right. I m..k.
* f I (I Starting aj Aiil b*- gftflSN kg ,\
i * *- i r r' Tnese are Qua Site, llarruween and
Rebate, ine uut namwd 1 am glad to sw on tne track again after
a long absence since August last year. A mare with a great heart,
ne sfluuld give us a good race or two if th u lit.
THE sole occupant of A2 being White Company who has been
retired to the stud m Trinidad, we pass on to H propel Sahara
mere are seven likely entrant'- N inure. Flying Dragon.
Fuss Budget. Landmark, Notunite. Red Cheeks and Slamie. In me
sub class were will be eight more numbering Belle Surprise. Embers.
Fire Lady. Pepper Wine. Rtvei Sprite Spenr Grans. YgsotOOl
perfect Set. Most notable among thi* set seem to be those who are
old stagers making a come back. In thla i al gory the Bral M Siamtc
-.ho makes a periodic eome-bock even March. Hi baa won eon-
Meniiy now for the last three March meetings on a stren p I
I do it again at the age of seven or eight. He is a gelding and
1 see no reason why he aboi
Next there are Peapea wine and Rlvei Bj rtto, two mares I earialal)
ti.ought ere bad bbm the last of on a ran 'ear before last
.', ui.-. who i- the Idei ol the two, b,.,i already lost a lot o!
her sling in her i-m daj ana i eon mum ag law male
who eves made a sucragaCul corno-back at eight year* of age. Tho**-
who did were generally racing against inferior opposition. This Is
exaetl) \^hat Pepper wine will BOt meet. Rivet Sprite is not so old
but such Joints on such going' Doei not seem possible lo me. How-
ever. 1 may bo wrong and If we had "Big Knees" last March, why
shouldn't we have "Big Joints" this March. That is sound reasoning
along the lines of luck.
The fourth staging a come-back Is Perfect Set. This black horse,
once trained by Mr. Sam Rock and owned by Dr. Weaver, is now in
the colours of Miss K. Hawkins and is really and truly endeavouring
to race for the first time in the West Indies. But since he made the
entry list once or twice on past occasions, although he never actually
faced the starter we might count him among the above. Mr. Rock
l him the "counterfeit" horse but I think it was really spelt
counterfect". judging by the number of times his legs gave out In
preparation for meetings One wonders if he will make the grade this
GOING down to C aim C2 there we have the bulk of the whole lot.
tbere being no |aj| than 28 in these two divisions. Of thesJ
only seven are m C proper and these are Alterford. Dashing Princess.
Lunways, Ractan, Sweet Rocket and Topsy. Six or
these are winners and they are among the fortunate who will be
able to race in held* that will not be over-crowded, at least in two
races. In C2 we have Ahu-Ali, Ann Low. Arunda. Blue Nall> I
in The Air, Darl la Symphony. Dim View. DolorUm
Fille d'Iran, French Flutter, Mabouya, Malgal <;...
Match, The Thing. Tibenan Lady. Timbrook and Watercre*-
way thai brings our total number so far to 44.
Am< those with the best chances sh' uld be Dash-
ing Princess (who likes the hard going very mu< h and .'ho just had a
good meeting in Trinidad i. PUeuxca and Sweet Rock',. Flieuxco has
won several races in this class but appears to bi one of those who
only just scrapes one at a meeting and then runs off. Meanwhll-
will Sweet Rocket run better than she did last November in tho
mud? That too needs some working out.
THE maidens are not only numerous but largely unknown. On
past form French Flutter would appear lo be the one with the
best chances bill there are others like Darham Jane, Castle In The Air
and Timbrook which 1 like on looks only. The colt Caatle In The Air
i> particularly pleasing to the eye and I have seldom seen better
make or shape in the W.I. The filly Tunbrook would not. I ahould
imagine, appeal to everybody on looks, but I like the way she moves
over the hard ground without making much noise while others can bd
beard pounding in the rtclnttj Of the Drill Hall when one is sitting
in the stand. She has the appearance of the staying type and I like
her looks as such.
But then horses do not run on looks and there may be some
others who have not caught the eye who will do well on race day
We can therefore expect some substantial par! and forecast returns
In the races for maidens.
AS we come to the crcolo classes It Is learned with regret that
only three horses are likely to run from among those classified
Ii or D2. These will be ry Ann and Oatcake. As most
readers will have already guessed, this means that Bright Light will
not be coming over from St. Vincent t. mules! (he llarbado* Gumvaii.
There la no doubt that the absence of Bright Light will rob our
classic of much interest. Once again I say this it another good
reason why we should have hi t&i .dditknial classic in November
and not In March. With Dunquerque already occupying such a
position of supremacy, most of the local owners and trainers had
more or less resigned th< rnauhnat to race I etween herself and Bright
I.iKhl and consequently were not considering the classic very seriously
for those which they had paid nil v. anU happen now"1
Will they race for second money or will they leave it to Dunquerque
to walk-over from one i
Worse news follows: Cavalier, ranked an easy third to Bright
IJght and Dunquerque in order of merit will also be absent from the
Guineas. That leaves in. as far as I know. Apronusk, Caprice, Car-
dinal, Columbus, Diarose. First Admiral. Hill Prince. March Winds,
Rambler Rose. Seedling ami Bunlna. With Dunquerquc this makes
twelve all told for the classic. Of these I will be pleasantly surprised
ir inure than six actually p> in the race.
EXCLUDING those entered in the Guineas, we now reach down
to E2 where there are only fom on the list. They are Appollo.
Collcton, Usher and Vanguard. I saw Usher on Wednesday striding
out very nicely and if nt he will certainly have an easy time in thia
company. Of course there are no E class races but he will receive
so many pounds from Cross Bow. while Dunquerque will be looking
after the Guinea., that he ill have | splendid opportunity on the
first day. After that is over, it will be interesting to see how
Dunquerquc will shape against him.
IN F and F2, again leaving out those listed for the Guineas, wo
should see Miss Friendship. April Flowers, Clementina. May Day,
Miracle, and Sunbeam. If Miracle is still improving, then there l-
nothing in this lot to give her a good gallop. On the other hand, she
did not do so well in Trinidad and if she cannot better that perform-
ance, then there are chances fur April Rowers or Miss Friendship.
The chestnut gelding Sunl*\im has also improved a lot in look* and
he might show us something better than he has in the past.
| AST, and in this case least, there will be those in G and G2.
*-* There should be nine of them as follows; Bctsam, Blue Diamond
Diadem, Gavotte, Hi- Worship. Joan's Star. Rosette. Cottage and
Twinkle. The last three, 1 must confess, are completely unknown In
me. I do believe I saw something exercising on the Savannah the
other morning which could have been one .r those three, but the les*
d-Q u* aucn a specimen the better. That, I think, will give us
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SUNDAY. FEBRUARY 3, 1M2
SINDAY ADVOCATE
r age rrvt
One Accident In Second RegattaF" - -''
From Bathing
Dress To Bikini
STAB, BOAT
Hurricane
Damaged
( Oar Taahttng Con-^peadenl)
HURRICANE, owned and
skippered by Ian Cale met
with a very unfortunate acci-
dent whan the Second
Heaatu of the HBY.C. was
sailed in Carlisle Bay yester-
day afternoon. Her spar was
broken when she and Mis-
chief collided The most amai-
ing thing i that her stayg ar<-
-till Intact.
She and MiMh.fi v>-re about to
Mart when the jaimm occurred.
Howevw, Ian tails mr that hr ha*
already made arrangtim-nts to get
another ipar and will be racing
in the Third RegalU next Saiur-
day. From what 1 can tee this
mishap should not put him out of
the running for the "D' Class
Trophy.
The race yesterday was boring
at times. The wind was light and
on some occasions the boats look-
ed as though they were anchored.
It was south about and In calm
.-eas
Nine boats started in the "B"
Class. Wizard, Hanger. Circe and
War Cloud did not race. Honour*
went to Fantasy, owned and fckip-
pered by Teddy Hoad. Teddy
sailed a good race and Fantasy
which was completely overhauled
nnd almost rebuilt, is sailing much
better.
Fantasy Leads
Fantaiv started along with Hi
Ho. At the end of the first round
She was In the lead, a minute and
ten seconds ahead of Hi Ho, sec-
ond. Moyra Blalr was third. Be-
cause of her late start, Mischief
was away behind the other "B"
boats.
By the end of the second round
Fantasy had increased her" lead.
She was now one minute and
40 seconds ahead of the second
boat. Flirt, which overtook both
Moyra Blalr and HI Ho. She had ,.
a lead of 55 seconds on Moyra Y*"ioo~ got away from he .....
Hlair. Okapi was fourth, followed start At the end of thenrst lap ,
i v Hi Un and Rasful --he had .i lead of 55 seconds Oil imp
bkS..% T.V an , Com., -con^ Thund.r. ihw. .
win. She did the race In two was 41 seconds behind Comet. _
houn. 11 minutes and 22 seconds, beating Edril b> 55 seconds
average of 43 minutes anu
FEB. 3 NO. 209
The Topic
of
Last Week
lakes a bo*,'
m i
.in
l.M|
link _
,-d to be the ftrst
...tI 1 don't think
theshall e
mmings. But I
s to do
. of crwrgetii
!. haohstn-kc. butterfly,
hmiststroke and sVhal -
-.,n.t parti '"all w.
.. 11. r ., i the standard t
mmmr in Barbados. Ni lha<
.. have not got atiy atuod swim
tent) Uii n-i-n
,'ttry un<-rthnd.>v ,uid having
Wum everything from the Bog
imtterfly I cat,
.Muir you thai the offVsBg*
strokes arc faster. An Amerk'. friend told me thi* .seek that
. :u i aSsShlM the UtUt boy*
gasnayltaiai in tha weiej jt Par*
diae Beach he b> quite ure
if Barbados aratt. m let
lOUSi) *** iould send
bcS u Is u i i Mya pk Gags)
one dav. l
!!.. back in my subji
buihmk osturn. li wi.uld so
that in Uw early day. i-athlni
popilF
' 'i
aSTO
:t d a
-'l"J
I
THE STAR CLAB8 BOAT, FanUoy. owned and -kippered l>y Toddy
Hoad. scored victory In tha "at" Claim whan the gtcoiid KJTC
Regatta waa held yasUraay Fantasy wa> almost rebuilt last year.
sa..
tall
f#
(he old fashioned oeHinttf pot. h
47 seconds a round. Flirt was
ond but her average was even
better than Fantasy's She did
the race in two houn., 10 minute*
and 25 seconds, with an iffflfl
of 43 minutes and 28 seconds pfi
round. HI Ho. which overtook
Moyra Blair In the ft mil muni1
was third. Oipsy's time was the
Vamome Leadtni.
hll * i .mi Mtta
Rae-n
sr
The end of the second round saw
Vamoose still In the lead. She was
iow four minutes ahead of Zephyr,
; vcond. Comet was third, five sec-
nds later. Thunder *- next, fol-
lowed b> Edril and Tempest.
There waa a rush to complete this
ded into u
aani
Commi
Zephyr
5bT'
nt*
lhal young men and girls bathed
around the statue of St. MHOsbU
Bt Zurich, and while the girl,
wore drawer;, the men bathing
with thorn only bad to put (hem
on as a penalty for want of skill. >t
Tegg. an artist, painted n picture (|
m IBM of a pardon balhing clad
only In I head dress.
*> that he m VftMll
".<
i, wearing
. id-hnnd London
e-ptpes in all the gl< .
te iMipi -1 lipped "tit for sale.'*
ilrrrnry And Mr. Ounden
in Migland the ludgvs detided
favour <* '"'
,(rl.i aled ceaff Of K<- \ Cnm-
uno Mr Ci-unden insisted
on men law right to hatho
i.aked fn-i" 'h- 1-tNich at ItriKh-
|i n, and woukl as m>ii have
thOUSjhl "f pultlnji on the kinic''
drawers. "The judges*'
Italph Thomas records In hla
siniinin" "(old men and
probably not swimmers, decided
.u tml him
Incidentally. It is inteiestlng to
note that at least m one place in
(irllaln nude bathing is still
illowed. In Oxford a part of the
! names is reserved where under-
KraduaU^ and Dons may bathe
muleand thareb}' hangs a tap
ut not for publication
J>~IH
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|."l4- nm
ml Imit ,-.m\m Auaxli .
w4>n is.tt imh Iga ifcassk " ?i* (t'oot.
. ii <4j>it"iy s< "* " 'd to- ft(Ljrt liasasM
asvt s^anrtkiai -fk.fc*. ,:,....... waaNyeats
*dt*i Thi. >*.. it*. J*icn .Ufd i i ^ ^ ^ Issakaf *'-
laofceut i '
wihMin. d..o..< mates*
n.n>"iv p'" t'1*1 ithsk "*n 'i'' t, '"*
|Hur. toms o" it '*'
ZfatiJz
^ff'i. Attraction In Action
GET IT INTO TOUR HEAD!
"Vaill Urn.inn ul
u >
Womtn's bathing dresses svem
Bsssted their utmost in
c middle of the nlm-teentii
ntury. The 11 lust ration from
Cur I860 shows I womJti elotheil
hat to boots it hirdlv
that it was worthwhile
inging at all. From that period
be 'Sh"e did-'theTacc V two Jg-l ^ beau saded mto a ISP ^.ult J-.,. .JJ-JM
hours, three minutes and 50 sec- *^*~*"lLlna we *"* ---------------------------- thost- wh.. MUad IW for them,
ends. Her average per round was nl"da'"^: on __.,. mm m- about 1B0O but the majority did
41 minutes and 17 seconds. Vamoose went on^lo wm.beat .. MgkltlflMlsy Wllttt wttadUl Un, vim omament.''
In the "C" Class seven boats mg aTdrd. which overtook Cornet, .fir-*. MitHIIIIl,_ III^ IUt raced. It was a tough tight be- 'I hunder and Zephyi by three w ., ., -tepi-ed in lieeause wilting bfl Usfl
tween the Ughtnlng, Roafje mi I minutes and 15 seconds. Zephyr *.o|| iMOlllt'>l sj,r MWMSMti m lAndoti In
the Seagull, Cannet. The Ugh*- lo.nly snatched the thud position |90ft a ctMrT9Spon^eDt notes thai
nlng won. from Comet in the closing stages- The Ladles' Spoon Cotlipetitiou not long since, an adict was ia-su-rd
Kog-ue gave u minute to Oanni*. Comet however managed to win wh.ch was hxed to be played yes- |,v the Police in Pan*. prdhiMtlng
but at the end of tha llrsl round hy five seconds. Fifth was Thunder u,r(|ny was played off on Fn she was 50 seconds ahead of her. nd last Tempest. afkstnOOD -.1 the ltoekley Golf
After Hurricane wo, damaged, (jiub. Christ Church. The Compe-
sik boats were left lo race in the ,jtlon wta won by Mrs Gi Mui-
' D" Class. Van Thorndyka. skip- ,,, w,llMQ uru score was 45 and
pared by "PT.ckie" Moore came ,., scrt. J3
tint When the boau. were finish-
Third was Folly while Mi-
Bahave, another Seagull, was last,
many minutes behind the others,
. ,,, s. it v ill oul I ...hing
ng the first round Thorndyke had
lead of only Ova seconds on Sea- pisyinsj golf and Ub
ntestants in the Compel It
The resiitLi I
i as follows:
ti.p..a "is|t. rue* i
RuCUC 1 .e Mini:.
Gerald Nicholla made use of
his good Judgment to keep Rogue
in the lead. He did the race in bird, skippered by Stanley Moon-.
one hour, 34 minutes and 53 brother of "Prlckia". Third was
.seconds, with an average of 47 Kainbow while Halnbird, skipper-
minutes and 26 seconds per cd by "Corkle" Roberts, had to be
round. His time was four mln- contented with fourth place,
utea a second better than Oan- "Corkie" "with his hollow spar".
net's. Third was Folly and fourth UVertook Rainbow and Seabird
Magwln. during the final round, to come
Nine boats started in the ..a^omi. Third was Seabird and
Intermediate Class. The race was (ur,n R;iinbow. Thorndyke did
won. by (,nat. owned -"d*1?- tha race In one hour 53 minutes
pered by George lb-ad G-*orgle
really means business this
season At the end of the first
round he was fifth but he crept
into a leading position.
Mohawk was leading at the
end of that round. She com-
pleted it ten seconds ahead of
Dauntless which was second.
Next was Invader, followed by
Dawn and Gnat whioh was some
distance behind.
Gnat's time for the race
one hour. 37 minutes and
seconds. This was better than (.in**
the times of all the boats In the <>aP .
'C Class, with the exception of *-'
Rogue His average per round r,*.*.!.
was 48 minutes and 51 seconds, mikiuoi
35 seconds better than Gannet's. <
Second was Dauntless, skip-
pered by William Skeete and ,Lj
third Mohawk. Dawn came hajjela
fourth. S !'
Only five out of nine boats ^"S^^
raced in the Tornado Class, "ft a*-
Vamoose, skippered by Tony vaa Thnr^iyke
Hoad, scored a comfortable win. nina"
ftpaysfosay
Tha

Willing of Woehoo island in
the Sandwich Islands. Captain
Itocchcy says that In 1827 W
ii the present da> the history of
a omen's bathing costume* is a
I .story of shrinkage
From long pantaloons and long
.eves the advance wa* mado to
dart paiiuiloons and short
..*ve After that the sleeves
,,,. m moved, and with them
went the 'loon*", leaving pants
Then, nvt darUlf. and not too
Imig ago f"r me to remember,
. ,.m Hie bMhsSssi bathing iUli
S-tmc- years later the inevllabli*
.. ih.- baUiIng Hilt split
mto two dlftlnrt parts And now
those two pieces are shrinking
I'lie *Luetian of the moment i.
Tan the Bikini get any .mailer?
If tv* What'
ideal fur were d"il> la the habit of i
FOOTBALL AT
Y.M.P.C. TODAY
A football mat
lo-day ai IM1.F.C. betweeti
lladleiiha n T; and Mr. Audley
;nd 42 seconds, with an average of Inrrams te.nn The maten begii
.* asknSkH and 51 seconds per .. noon HadieuU- ,
round. C. V I
Tlie Third Regatta of the RBYC C. fl WalcOU, nown
will be silled in Cailisle Bay at D. Hlgglnson. C WalUst, O Hus- (1ti..n
2.30 p.m. on Saturday. February 9. bands. G. Scaly, A. Mason and In 1808 this paragraph, hende.'
K Mapp "Costume*', appeared in many
ting
ladies disencumber thcmselve ''
their silk", slippers, and parasols.
,nd swim off In nno style to
r/lDfl their
mindle. on their heads, and
reiuming their finery when the\
u.it on board. Nor was It les
amusing to observe them jump
overboard soon after daylight.
..nd continue sporting and swlm-
1 inuig iIa-u! the vessels in Ink
harbour like- s.. man.
lo whieh thc> adhere
uitli .i. much fondness na ever.
Many, however, now think it
Mcefaary to put on a bathing
Alien ihey take Ihis reeir-
Reserve: Nobby Eat wick.
r*
newspapers. "An Knglishman just
home from the West Coast of
*.- iM> <
i>. !>) ant uau j.*
ease bo* aa ui Si
Tlusnk'OiHl (hi all thof pan

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Well "> Ml i'U>i- Ikr S
\* h>.i .ii saw

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Und and eiwooraac
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piovfclct ra>urhsasnl
o the alp and hair
loots and Lorravu
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PACK -l\
SUNDAI IUVUCATE
-,i \m\ 11 lit:i un
I'.:,2
Dream Girl-
till I'M Shampoo jivci your hir toll. llamoroua three way loveliness ^e
frsajraallt '! Gllitaalai "
. Sail. Mt| t "aaaea &>
LustreCreme's billowy IMher blend of secret injredienls plua gentle lanolin. f $S&>
luspie-C'W'we I {Sftyk
SHAMPOO ^ss^^
JSO*
GALA'S-<^-m^ I iP COLOURS
SEWING CIRCLE
MEASURING FOR A BASIC DRAFT
Measurententi on the hum. _^a>>m^aa_^
figure are very difficult to take ac-
curately, bul with a food sot nl
ii.i'ividui'l measurement, an ex-
cellent basic draft can be mao>
The first step is l make ui
measurement.
>hnuld have lim I
fourteen different mvasurMnoMa
iimm. The first .olurnn on Uw I
left ) for the number of j
measurement The second colum..
oantattt the name of the measure-
MOI, The third rulumn Is label -
d "Full" and Is used to enter m-
umfcrence measurements. The
fourh is labeled "Back" and the
fill 'Front" Tin- tismw of the
fourteen different measurement*
are as follows:
that's
Cooking In
The Kitchen?
Tomatoes an quite plentiful
now although they are not cheap.
Here ,\ a vrrv good recipe for
Muffed tomatoes or as It i better
known in Rurope tomsUn a la.
Your Baby \
And You
MB Sonia, London's
latest Came Queen
a iow cafe
incut, m [Ml) off Totten-
ham Court-rood.
Here, the svelte, slant-
vcj seductress babbled
on In a shady nook while
dope-traffickers and eon-
period is generally de- m'n. P***Bd by and peer-
| * '" ' rtmti llAmaa. -
- >k,Mii*i if our
Slip fa slttHi ititp
> MSUR CHARLOTTE
ed In to pay homage to
IboUsdoi at neck to
no*
.vaist-
PENNV NOLAN
Igu elastic .it the waist. Men
ire lef. and right Bides In t
back and enter the longrt
THIS
flood aa the iwenty-one-days SLU'..^..^
SHU follow child birth. It is ^ArUn^^^nH^
SrSSffiJ PTOI OI " J" *&F* tB 'of
thXfvrrmolh*7.^n:p,ldc Sfi iKp':;
thnawlvoi on getting bac* ,o cocoa arKl piungcd_7uUv
work almost imroeduiely. MM ...- dreatedInto her sordid
uiough mere u u trend tod ) lo story.
bo active earlier, moat Due tor "I was little more than
and Mid wives will advise :i. an Innocent child at the
i.-n to tuurteei. days are about time." she said, "the only
sufficient Unit to regain one convictions I'd had being
S,ZI,1M ,._______,. strength and to heal p:operly in- merely for larceny, loiter-
wTV *b4c""K"uft" ternaiiy. '"g nd letting .> hair
w**n the tomai.t. Cut thc tup wuite soon after baby's bnth <"*n " P"b-
ind #nh a teaspoon Uke away your ilgure wUl begin to return to
^*_*" arid the water. Put normal and to assist thc abdom- Sh* potted
m on the ice until you are in.i m,.^-i .., ,,. Hmm........ her raven
ha|U>n Pob"><
i'p#r
muscles to rvgaui thei
to go to dinner.
he Rusalan aalad. Boil one car- ciae- , rru.
rot, the 2 Engnsh poUto, a %*
Prepare m the least possible time m
.Id be give
trei
like
mous
coiled
fIm Morgue "s
overdraft...
SfSbKk.,nd V"? breadth ot Ihe shoujder and i. "" ";blepo,^(ul ot Malonnalae. ^
M,uU.-i al neck to bun |aKcn from lho ,ark , na%v Till the tomatoes with the mix- b*Ji!?1
Rotol mtde ,, rt.h, ,h|d,.r ,ip , tur. and add a tiny bit of Mat-
Buat line thr rorreipnndmg mark on the >naiae on the top of each of the
Neck at centre to aide aeam 1-t shouidrr Same back and nat.*. Serv in a plate with
at walet mt a few bi^ of paisley.
12
Under arm side seam n,,^.. ,
Batman bust points. a"^1"^ *ncn ''?''""' '' '"
Walatllnc draft wlu " y" lne amount of
( ,.,... alo^, ulder. It la n Zwiebach i
. Hi, -^_ diagonal measurement from thc light briiiche
TheBpe,^"be,n measured mk oh the shoulder tip to ,h, Lf^.^Zl
l.M waall her ...u.l fund.tiun "%*,*; F&JES .^'".r ' earmenu and no dress Tie number 4 Is taken from thi- For .,
.rriw elasTlc around the ">'" >" "
nm to locate the natural waist- '">' "'?'*"" "' Sj^f",,"; '
. I Ion urns In this elas- '!f,h?u, n FZ SaL
,........... I u I .. DM front. ?S" 4 wf" 'V 'k 'r^VJ! M
he exact centre back and b"v*"'7 lhe " lc"s""1 "" ,h;
-a. h .ide in a becoming lo- measuring when you pi
birth l
itrlctly at rest In bed
Here are a few simple
ises that can be done by your-
self, remembering, that Ihe pre-
are practised aMn
by ERNEST DUDLEY
i-,i nau'itp namec
lT- Rupert) Moraui
clutches I was a
supple Hngers.
"1 thought," Sonia went on, 1
ily wanted me to become
Ru (short for
ot ma into hi*
wax in his cruel.
Zwieb.ch
day before adding the new ones.
iind that you should no, overdo ," J "'rT.H ri^S.
dium size iiwiebach;
mde in h ttecoming 10- -- -. j- K <-
lor the side seams. ItWll mark '^p [!c*l,lhe "S. 1
neasurementi come to each of "rreapond
'heile points and the pins will in-
.i.re icnn |
Wl'l Mil'
make a small mark
ikln at each of thi
joints:
1.
the Butur i ex
i mt >olk
Miu I bum (BOI full)
A lint/ bit of luswwarm w.Wi
Take 2 oi. of flour, put It
big cup and add the yeast. M
them at tlrsi. Always stop if y
a kind of very feel In tho lout bit tired Msd t
'hich u usually lax completely, face down fctf
nh breakfast or half an hour after exercising
each day.
Ia< Day Lying Deep breathing
alx times.
Foot exercises, bendinj; anil
stretching anklessix times.
2nd Day Lying wild knees became "aecreu'ry
bent, contract muscles of abdo- manager. Wlthl
men and arch back. taking his mind
taking me off to morning
coffee and cakes."
Up For Coup
him in. and he i
U4> Baaf* (luV'V.
C'-aKlffd
OmcKLV Euj
notes .vjitmg
outside.
Then he tied me up and gagged,
me (with n ,.m: he.i borrowed
the short wave). He Irfl me
me some time later and fetched
sjaaaai
able Showgirls. Instead he (Oroid
me to help him rob the Grand
National Bank, Aintree "
A huge tear trickled down
Son
:.oim1v niti her cocoa, waking
fence at thc next table.
Wild references forged by I'i. '
a phoney fairground fakir from
Kelixslowe," Sonia continued, "I

"When the police -p.^.tioncd mo
old them how I'd tx-en gagged
by three masked

* IU
E Crl
mi ralM Uu i
Sonia let another teardrop fall.
'Which tn
,
paused whole show away, and Ru .Morgue
Srd Day Raise head and ahoul-
-jrs three limes. This exercise
vebrow pencil '?lh ""1 U,en .""'" t"*, m"k Hour and"."^hVtir." hlfof mu.t be done very gentl,
the bare ' * BSLSaS ."SL =. l' lukewarm water and put the cup but later you wlU be able to .it
following ,"'"nt" """" *'>"'> Same , w "J^ OWI me cup ^ ^^ ^ ^p Qf ^ mmm x v,15 ,,, h ceo. w,
S- down from S^^^oLS:'"' g S"'^^^! iSSft-JSL Sr."~ "^ C"~ ** '.....' ,V "
she told tho poUcss, -In vri uld li.i .
i Ru I let kicked off lr hinh-heclcd shoes.
answered them.
Jk*-a.r.|
U fsa-HMI |Wi UWI. la-'l <-**
..o-., ..<(--
GaU'. (a.hion-r'ght colours are the newest vr among models m
the great Pan. and London drtu hOusM ... fo' Gala colours are
perfectly keved to the latent dress shades... arid Lip Lme allows
lip colours to be changed quickly and cleanly
at each refill, contained in its own metal
shell, i* interchangeable in the same easi
And there's a glistening Nail Colour
to n.Ot GALA OF LONDON
W# Ar*-I ,nd O,i,***
F.S. NICHOLLS.P.O IOX U) ..>.-.
houUcr t nevk mrk"" Number 7 is an aid In thc loca- *il1 V*' a'x>ut l0 or I5 nunutea) aldeway^twice each way.
i''-m.m to. ar^hoieseams at "on of the bust point on the draft. d It to the mixture in the m.x- 6th Day Lying. Bend, stretch
t" down level tumi marked Number 8 should be taken ,n* bowl and add the glass of and lower leg*four tlmea.
Under -rms r down from around the fullest point of the "' ("*> luke-warm). Mix 7ih Day On hands and knees,
armpits fw lop uf under- bu,t 'lne w,ln ,he *'* wril UP ln e.veryh*n nt> '"rt working the Draw in ndbomen and relax
arm side seams back and the lungs filled to give ''"Ugh as if you were making the pour time*
Centre back neck enough eue for hrcathingjin the J^Jj^J0^^ brioche, that i. by The-e exercises ra*tore the
y^"* muncle tone and prevent a greit
deal of trouble in Inter years, i*'
You should try and continue 1
eek aft
<'.amorous Chinchilloiia!
^uuth. eUrtlc I th7nr..T.oo^ ^ '" at * *
description, you wiU be able lo * birth athev will
6. Centre front neck basic. Take the back and front working the dough with ..
I'Uce a pin exactly over each bust "epeTatdy from point to point hand, take it out of tho bowl and
point. under thc armpits. Be sure the beatu.g It against the sides of the
Measurements are token from back and front added togethu bowl. When the dough becomes
I buxly and the ,ull' ,n* r"11 measurement
Umgext one is entered lii the chart. Number 9 i* taken from the
Beat peat has some difference in m*r* ot ,hp ,'re f'onl _> llfl it with your hand in one piece
measurement between the right 'he pin at the tfde waisUme. Re- from thc bowl:. Put It back in
.Had |,(i ,i,|, f ihe body and if Pt '"f back. Thi. measure de- the mixing bowl and after cover-
ll,e ;.""iut made lo 111 the r"'ini IsM BsOM Ol BH IWI Hg il srlta I CJOtt PUl H IB I
the slight amount of warn of the draft warm place and let it stay for
extra mnterial on the smaller side Number 10 is taken from the one hour. You will sea thai after
helps to cover up tin difference mark one Inch below the armpit one hour the dough will have
So both right and left sides are lo lhe Pln al ,hc wal,llinc almost doubled Its sire. Work
cut alike or. in other words, only Number 11 is taken from pin to it a tiny bit more and put it on
Halt B pattern U needed to cut a pin- ""' kl,ch'" table. Now give the
l,..li in, i lenient- Number 12 is taken full around dough a cyluidncal form and cut
ouml the liodv ar.- taken fu'; lbe waist at the elasUc and then \\ ,n seven or eight pieces. Butter
rake till t-.ke HM til t
wd I
By 8U8AI\ DE,lCO\
U juu
balp
nythfn* to restore
to normnl.
' '
Irlr. AWfUl CHILD-
poaatble; then lb
re measured scperately and must
odrl op to the full measurement
the nearest quarter of
un Inch He sure lo start with ..
good tape and ii*' the MRM |a
t.i draft
To UuU nieasuiement Number 1,
Ilaog iroui tape ^ thc mark you
ue made on the shoulder at the
neckline and drop it straight down
'In- waist at the elastic and then it in se
Wherever *PjY for back and front I*- ih- -
,.i frciM tween the pins and the sides^
Number 13 Is taken a...un.t tr
cheat lurt lielow the armpits ii<>'
over the fullest point of the bust
Take a deep breath
Number 14 Is not actually use I
In the draft bul is a good cbecM
measurement. Take from morK ti-
mark on shoulder at neck
Beginners should remeaaura the ^ 1(h d
-^-.. ijeanll ifvural t lne* 'o dc .... .. _
same person several time, to de-
velop accuracy
Next week we will explain lb'
draft of the bat k bodice from the*-
measurement-
piece of dough, give it
shape and put it on the bottom of
the tin, do the same with the next
piece and put it near the first
pressing it a bit against it, repeat
until lhe last piece has been put
in the tin. Cover eveiythniK
uMiri with a cloth and let it stay
for another hour. Beat the other
put it very
Motneij good
culture- .
irol (i-iuu muMi
thrift -
ence gouu iducaUoi. iub
social ;
i-y mr uiaiitoruu-souiidiiiy naiiuri WOULD -my girl rcully want to
yu.ii io /urs and are loo shy to marry such a u^r.^unven
oak axoctlg tcnat iheu or*. n ji^ ,
Vi'.nV* ''.UaanfAl mm VLD a man have al lhe*e
mat mode from Uenes. Dingo.
MeesW Mammal, 01 I Inn. i iluu, ,
VWUU iug anow vvn.i juu arssng
ouving.'
A LONDON FURKltK says:
. .uiumeit are often rnuled
kKLTTK Kabbit.
U Id iffubt, the ;Fur Trade
Association will put you right.
Uulkeithund a romance of
UH
i nut
lightly on lhe Zwkebach. Put
the oven foi about twenty min-
utes. Let It cool and serve it with
II irai a love'v Dcirft and
' tlidn t att fur a ireond
AelrHno once/ lust *et>'
avlna I am. ftainjrv"
HIGH FASHION
and
LOW COST
together with
5 )L
Trouble
A BROOKLYN I.AMIIAin
Mrs. Abe Upkien. gels sent to j..il
for ten days for not providing hot
water and central healing for her
tenant.
She told the magi'trate thai th
lMi m .ilways gave her "plenty
if trouble". But magistrate
Charles Ramsgate retorte.l
Listen lady, if 1 lived in sour
house, and had to borrow water
for my bath. I'd give you plenty
of trouble, too."
Cake Providence
It is a funny name for n cake-
but as it Is so economic and gooo
yoaj will probably understand
DOPE
IN SYRACUSE. New York.
Or would lie be nn reU deadly
dull.
1SN' p venue of humour more
important than high social
standingand generosity mure
attractive than thrift?
/ uill pau one ouinea each for
_. the four best postcard* from
I'KIM'fcSS MAROAKtrrs ""'id. pmnff Che ir rtrtur* you
engagement lo the EARL QT ">nider neccK$ary l a perfect
l..L*M.H have followed a J""*; IJ^'U^TvpnrHU
similar pattern to THE KINO-"
and qt KEN'S own engagement.
THE KINO (then Outer o;
Vorfc) and the Queen (Lodb rw^lt
tt:abeih Uounrs-Lyunt became I
engaged on January 15, 1923.
In Ihe same week of IH52ju.t
2* >...i- laterthe Earl of Oal-
kcith in al Sandnnghum.
On Krida>IW?.te identical ^'\'> ( "" '
rieet-street. London. I ( l
For those uIhmiI lo . .
who
u-eek-end) the Duke of York
phoned tnc Earl of St rath more
FABRICS
Yos. you hiuI your little gil can
alwuys Im> hi the liii'lut*. style
.it half Ih- -.>i 3aw vour own
Iresws with sen-atile "'vv\. rnndo"
Ptsblki nuifle !-\ '/ k. <>f the
iiigesl ::i...'iil;irlureis v. ifiilon
print* in lhe world.
Here Rn two |Hipiilnr BtVRffly
I'.ittern-. t". uiHnen'i dreswi.
and children's wear like ill
"Tex in.uli-" in.iter.nl. each is
oasy to hatidle and new each
drapes smoothly, slays fresh,
wears well and washes quickly.
. entificntion hands . they mettn
\ii are 'u;\ mi; genuine sun fast,
1 ifa t.n.i \\\ in..,!,-" fabrka.
HORSE-MEAT
THAT mi 11 Ion-dollar 'horse-
lurger" racket In the Middle West
i. produced its first outbreak of
iolcnce. Police say that a bomb _
explosion outside .i Chicago Buteh- put It on
era* Union haadqtiarten i^ directly
linked Ul the tUegal nlM f horse-
meat which hnve already led to a
grand-jurv Invastbcatlon and Ihe
ixking uf the HUnoti state bod
director.
ailed Providence by magistrate describes a dope-sell- and asked If he could
uig ring on the local university's Ht the family party at their
ground:, ai a blast from the sky, country house.
which disclose-, terrible, appalling The Duke of York arrived at
condition* at our university." ihe country house party on ihe
thief "pusher" was a beautitul Saturday.
blonde woman who lured lhe j|j2
Student* into buying drugs. Princess Margarel
And hi Wasnmgton, Harry S-ndringham on ..
Put all the ingredient* in a Anshnger, the Government's chief JjaJ^,,,, (ollowed
The Earl of Dalkcilh arrived
at the country house party
on .Sunday night.
Both the weak-end
Bssj* >
Mil* I Ki- .

left ta
Identical
Earl of
mixing bowl nd mix everything anti-drugs commiss
well together with a wnoden that thefts of drugs from chemists'
..poon. When thc mixture is shops by addicts in Washington
smooth and soft butter a cake alone average 5,350.
'in (about 10 inches diameter)
i> uist
wants to .i
a loi
c in me last ball f
AUm.M.lo.N BXMOND-8.
id Work.
s. d.)
Uui lh should not .
seriously the arcii .mu patronis-
.
On Health, he says
"... walk vigorously for
half an hour each luncntime.
Don't dawdle ...... walk m
long, topln| itrlda . hum a
tuna as you go ... "
"I"1 ' ;' daap breath-
long tho
corridors of vuur utuce
building ..."
Pour thc mixture in the tin and
put in moderate oven for about 4
hour When the cake is cold
plate and sift pome
ig sugar un th top.
simple cake, economic
> .n't i.,ke any time t
tho result. I am certain.
goefl, also bea hi
g.-Vi site cake.
Trailer
B THEY ARE BlSY in TUlSR,
and It Okl.thonia, building a 7,000 motor
make; car trailer, with a throne room.
,.>ili bsi bettrooin, hathroom. and lift. It
j.i.te .i II for King Ibn Saud of Saudi-
Arabi.i.
dauufilci
AhUCRK \:.
MRS
On Dress
Don't -loofc . kusablc and
pwuoetMisjg.
-Coloured froefca may be
u'orn, so lony as Ifiey are
business-h-xc "
BUT in the las) i.^lf of the
Ihe qualities a look there Is valuable advice
fa Infhe man her OH SPECIAL Di'TIts. How to
part leu
were "family affairs,"
But (here is still no neuil____
Mrs. Procter's '14 virtues"
and YOU
What
nKsther
arties? hehave arhan \onr 1-is.s
millionaires ;., lli(, ,l(1,,a_
I'RIHTOR listed it Uv*, arhei
shining virtues"':-' L.E.S.
f **
WITH CASHWtKE BOUOU't MCI POWDER
Gets the
Dirt out
of WORK CLOTHES
faster and easier than ANY Soap!
Yea. KAB evon in tin1 hardest water will yet
the dirtiest Kiitnuiit- clea-ter. whiter, brighter and
QUICKLY too. For your dainty thinirn or heaviest
washuse FAB...put it on your grocer'n list TO-DAY.
Washing with FAE ictiially
SAVES monev
Use HALF as
Treat
your hair
in time!

i)
your hit'

ad las

MsvSfoJ HMO the KSlp P<"
T
.
my oihcr
i ifmng;
kfcssLyour
ronrw. irvpiop'un*
lormmt tun-unco.
inCOM-
* Soli lei'-rsd
* Daticoialr pvdwmad
Coahmarc Bouquet Foe* P.
Qivat o Dim irneolh fifiiih
* Clmgi hghlty. vonl,. for
lolling lovl>n,i


SI -l>\\ IKBSUARY a, ia
SIADW U1VOCATK
PAGE SEVEN
-&ecCern. t.itl.
Why I Said Yes
VYlan Obcid Jown
wE
Princess Elizabeth's
little dressmaker
Two very Important women are If it Is Miss Ford. Mil* Dn?
working quietly in London on a Kit.*' her sketches and material
Very Important Jobthe clothe! bafor. designing the hat*.
Prince-.. Elizabeth will wear on
the Australian lour.
Miss Avis Ford calls herself
simply Court drcs*n
asked me not to rail ha* ih.-
Royal Family' little woman
round 11
small margin. .in.) they are
skimping the pre-shrinking.
"After wMVltiK. cloeh shoul<.
ba shrunk back to its original
.-use. In loo many cases now
that doesn't happen "
What la the solution?
IF AIX THE CLOTHES
E left th... family suing thr.nigh iheii mail in front of the log
ounge of the villa, and we went out I h to B>
because Oracle wanted to Ughn
It had been a raw. rainy mtth ggal. and the tea was still weav-
ing and suarhng nngnly over the hoi..
But just as the dag seemed about to pull its blind*
broke through and the wind die! wnand It was suddei
pesneful.
I could see that Oracle was moved by the asj
ity of this late Capri afternoon, that she. too. thought U was I 1Mb*
symbolic.
I took a look at her as she faied out across the water at a schooner
heaving in lh.> waves, its sailing Ugh; i ising and falling like (tar shells
A lovely and remarkable womim nt U 1 Uj
There was no make-up on her As the owner of a bi..
face and no lipstick. "It hi
use wearing lipstick when Boris told nines ware my
is around." she had aid. He ta t .
definitely the type that keep*
your hair always looking ruflled."
There was a
the eyes that
A Winter tlar These tats are a BaVte-
.. Play reran, a Swim Pool. .1 lllht to handle U*ej add -
I win Bed Outsiu. and iWl.
Ae rlrat ol all slipped i-erfection of French Cuisine .n'l WrformaMS *dh lugh economy
'uiahip I found him so ten days of glorious relaxation (or. If fOU prefer it low
.1 ... ma the inconi A safe l>et is *m -
She giggled suddenly "Yen arable and exol of the count IB*
ild have seen some of the West Irdtea. That what Ilia ol them, then decide on.Consul
.dlately below m people I bad lo ill I while the)
I nut the l Nhe I*-*"-.! M

s%g after Monty i
liner 'COLOMBIE'
_ fimu
('(is me wonderfuik> km
itrst claas acwmmod.itton is wall '"

In
also use lots of s^
Her showroom ha- NONE 0
THE CLAMOUR "f Kfta usu
May fair salons.
There ore no crystal rhan-
deliers. no tall votes of out-
nf-teaton flowers, no heady
per/time, gt\t chairs, or fhtrfc-
psled rarpets.
ANT) HER assistants, instead rlir hat with
of looking like film starlets in brim."
glamour dresses, have natural *
'"TS"":";:..-"":...'",^, SE Ttu-y .11 bl.n...-.cl. ..liter
new spring collection
she is using a lot of CANDY-
STUII-KI) malarial! and feather-
weight straws.
Ifaca of her rrasamiaag or.*
pnsiel-colon ml fi-athrr*. us-
ually used only on icMter
hois. Miss Day like* them
for an oII*t'H'-uear-round
ninm
SHE WIU.
veiling.
M iK'pwIar ho| 'in' ._ ._.
>iBty.H m/i Mi- Day, -u ill be "*
feg
wives read the Instructions. 5**5 ." "' >**
clothes would not shrink so much ".ca<' *wtlng round "fton faring
and would therefore have a long- "* j** lh ' fi
, i,,,. And then the miM-hit-vou* I
ftsaniilaeturei > ii i .i ba ail ef her vole
lo lib. | then l-ruuglit her mind back
.Uii.d if ! i ii.-t iieen ,l"' "
ore-shrunk. 1 'upp.e it's really hk, ihU."
Time cornea moment
I HAVE received from America "' the life of every middlc-agv.1
Mr. Raswell I ynea
'(aealsvor hou to survive
-Hi yes i a
_ id after an-
nouncing a to Boris "
motat-
ney a.
lak th:.
l be in
. several proposalsand proposl- vvBv ,,! ^^^ through Us
'MH1L agents R M. $2<00 strslsht. Either -ay. you'll
"But Boris Just grew on me and Jones and Co.. Ltd.. ph. 3814. be hafM
I on him. He bullied me a bit.
rndent sort of per- ,t, 1hei m offices on Bridge
1 if he |ot bored with the Pretty hard to think of any- Sl giM the Income Tik
v around he just got up thing quite m Irresistible as ^ llU ft^ K j Hamel-
RMcfl this dinky convertible th.s Sn?,ih fj tributop-
-And it had got >o that I became Morris Hmw now -liowmg m f ,h .u,!,-,...,,! VELOP Untied
, and more eSTT* when he |M W asg Oarage Ud. V^t^^ tT^^J tEH
' "l '" "" ' '*"* Ue i .....n> .i. priced fi .1
-jnad tourer has permanent ,-ltabte ai .11 food slore-.
VELOF U produced and nAad
the 11..i i re deslr-
itbe, Twiatnes and J
the latter is ideal faff that ia-
'lf I had come from anywhere
! ut Lancashire where we are
Ite-Uke, eh lad'I would have
th him.*'
wlmiows that cut out draft
fully "\" iimg vent* on both
"ors and inartk tlnished
tlor with thick earpotli
(ash 'A n n i'ugh
woman when each fime she packs ''on'1 ,*11
anothcT suitcase and moves on to v-. hen jrot
Another pu^<- I
rhamted ear again No.. WtMn
.
i ig about '
,H, v..rent ssg |ut ( Wl
wmnrlgM aom '"> nsjwU Thai
| i row "i kugj h
rgard Ami iJkan 1 hiiai i;
I happen at once You
I
and
other place she die*. little '
woolen dresses, and loofe
the well-bred dai
county families.
<{urt*n\ Tweeds
Miss Ford herwlf. small
dignified could aMbr bi
ISM
Bwlfl
the corn
muoh l
shrinking, which adds
of living, takes place
i women's clothe*
lounrirlc-
isewlees sou?
in ""' "tarn/ h
headmistress of an establishment
for Young Oentlewonien, instead I'M TOLD that they are not.
of one at the top dressmakers in The blame should be ghstfad * -
the countrj1. |wccn the ni.ttcn.il manufacturer
Ql I IN MARY ha- elolhes and the bow
made by Miss Ford who. I am Mr. Roger Dlpiock. of the
told, has "the finest tailor in Retail Trading Standards Asso-
town." And it is Miss Ford who elation, believes it is "ntatniv Mw
for yenr-; has made manv of i -..u^-u-ifc mho i* at fault."
Ql'ERN ELIZABJTirS tweed HE SAYS: "You would ne*
Busy on Hals credit the Itungs
ALSO BUSY tewing for the the fjnih was!
Australian tour i< inilline: Mi-
Kate Day.
It teas Mist Day who made
some of ih.* hats Prtncess
EHzoberh tool,: iHrh her to
Canada. .You* she Is ONSV '
luif* /or .lusrrniia.
TO DO THIS Miss
to work with whoever
the clothes.
noRK4 and THE unhappy
The) wool nad InatrucUon marriage bores.
tn the soap packets because the* * d llostcaaea. too have a
Uunk UatJ krsM chapter lu the book.
When socks go lelty. it is THE GOOD HOSTESS
usually due to bud handling at "must 0* nereousi/ she issi'f
But the material maimiar- THE APOLOGETIC OaTIIH
Day ha- turer la also to blame. It's yoiny (O he lerriblu dull.'
i* making Mi. I>lpliK-k say-: "These day- she says.
manufacturers are working on a
piUlItt" ilUrpei
Brothers. Now %'ark).
has made a study of I*"v NBXl ^oi'
partT hore-. He evpoaes: QHE bad sha Mid, l>een packing i
THE CRASHING B O R E O and living out of suitcase* .^i Uk.o
-whose eoni-ersfltipn -i-rtjhs on -lu was .i ..II thai IBM He live- m i
you like a pJivSteol hunfrti." ". began to think. "Look here. (I
THE GOOD LISTENER lass. If you don't tlud yourself u But n war no* unUI a year ago
-Ihdr ultimate (and sole.'] place wh, re you ran have ;ni t: 1 Rftct aim Wall, *N UsM
soriol rontrlbutiON lo a perfp manent peace and (juiet soon, the bo* II
ts lo maki- borri our of other next thing that will get p.icked i- ghe li->ke.l out to sea and Was
people." -ii a e*tflln'. That was one of 0i,vl,,g.u HVOHftBd plaasanl
the reason why Boris and I THE FASCLNATING CON- cided There were other reason,____________________.______________
VIRSATHINALIST is one .rf of couraa, but bat fell M I did
thr moi boring of bores .. "We both needed to put our
"iinrlly an audience mOn." roots down In firm ground Uke
Other bores wr all know: me. he has been a guest around
THE KNOW ALL THE someone else's place for over 20
\n*wik> "'. -, iiar. *' Well, ll eu ba ran idot
lo ,c" You sea all sorts of thing* and you
Reeaell I.ynes bj lucky U hive " P^Pj*
misled the lesnale KKIlHik Kul ,lft "' us h*v'' ** urr"
ORES. THE SMILTNG a'<>ur age of saying Coli imi'I lh
a posh move?' or Isnt Oil-
smashing sofa?'
"What we wagd to >,.y U 'That
aspidistra looks terrible, but at
least It's our very own. And so Is
everything else In the b<
KR lie.id turned sea-ward as
ither memory came back
t)f -mirae. Boris u a Slav, and
s/hal Ul i an mean.
He hn got i ven renalbU Idea
Unit monc% Ho thinks It is a
icessary thing to have around a
i ii .enl to huv something, but
i brass as a
..1 llr-t tight si .1 .nut he does not want
13 :nd he i* tft ., buy much (i.n1v gadget" for hi
, .*._ i.iun,i iadin experiment.-) he just doesnt
, has been on the Island (h) fc ,
5SV l-The ^mp.e-t kind of man
One of his Slav chara.1ert.tlcs
lhal i- idl i more than irritatinn
easy drop hood. independrn: (l,.,luM(, morning drink c
Its, Sou*-. -
pringing. largt
. 'id unbelievable
Minor what it
. nly 121RH
luggage boot
:-
idd flavour to
ud ota>
.uid a
ii > dBaMB, Try
l'l.. lb Sinks .
At A. Bartwa s. '. l.id ]
ind thea.- new anil
they're well worth examining. N<
LhlpptnS, breakages etc.. when
uke* the plao
llama* are also sastw-
IWOOd Ch.nrs in two
lodels very itronab bud'
j mil i lame
among nv.-,
* items that include
i"i. ufffuL pal

m 'i-
( i
nse of lime When you ask
I i meet you al ten o'clock he
been known |o turn up at Iwo
In the afternoon and also a
- tunes at eight In the
anting He runs his life on the
lines ot doing )ut what ba Waml
.'.ly to want
to do useful or kindly things
CAJtrooNisr Birrs
looks inro rnt
I WEIGHING KQOM
L.E.S.
MAY BE AMERICAS FIRST LADY
Nancy Pigoii. who moved from
a neat red sandstone house In ii
fashionable backwater of Glasgow
to an equally unpretentious while
brick Engllsli-typc cottage m
Washington, is wondering with
more than normal feminine inter-
est about her next address.
II> IIt-iii-* l.tsv*fla-
sh.
ngtoi
he South women anal too
cut.' Hhe explained.
makes bar home In Wash-
Orlglnauy a three U-d-
ffali R h
IW 48 i.
nntl bat i
,im- 'or, n"1 >cai as the family grew in number,
back to Glasgow T month5 o| .
"^.rned. It Is as T,n.-H. (,
Ilia Staler
A PAUSE, when a tiny grey-
haired woman eameut and
handed us a drink.
It was the sister of Grade's late
husband Monty Banks, who bu
now rome lo live In the villa al
Capri Grarie wail, d until she had
gone, and said: "Of nurse, you
must not think 1 Ml dUTarenU)
aVOut settling down when Monty
was alive I felt exartlv the same
Why. I built thi.- new bathing \
to be extended Mntro, Uu Can/one del Mar
pool and restauranl and a night
.lub just so that M.m'v iM
arm for the hftVl. tomeihiiig to keep him busy
icthiiig

i suppoi
:i |,[- ion
he foUOWOI
and w<_ w
simple as that. We came to I -
It could h. the U. While Hou..- "i, An..,,, II,. eradu^lly b.okc '"S*h,'h',C n iovcfn, to look "" '".."
avenue. For It I. |u.t po.,11,1.- th.,i *< p u. the 5e.le buildinn in W..h- *J? -KJ^ 0001^ wSdSei Into
the youne one). I. .lightly J'UJJ" ""V"g" , ,,, n l,n,n l,.|,-.vmn," Some ..t her 'H'Z'TuV JilJ.d TS I .
sSkTSSS *V ttMSffil?* Ha^S^35
blown-up .ix-tool photofruph of P*- h| b, ,if, r.nviuidy: He hit. tremend- 1" myieU: 'phj'''. !" ."*'.
her hu.band in tliv Urgeel t*. Y1UT"^,, "".. l,n m lllon' of "U. I...II." Ullle wonder. He I. >'"" '"i' ""' md !""v}i" K'
,m ol W.dnndon'l Wll- SLBViX* wS JTtvTi he 6lt,2ln., built In prouo,!,on..and Hy 'uK,1;k.'^,rI'ui1'.'li0.?S!nk
2i
Well. '-'-ndshlL
.olertion iNftwii'ii Boris and me.
.otd affection turned Into love. Ami
nut very long ago Boris
OWN beside me and asked
n o to marry him.
I .m not going l pi eland I
,l()li,e,l 1 do know t
t' nly enormously happy
d I idled up one of his earholes
v- ith salt water And that's about
ii -In- said, turning to look back
iioufc.
Home
WE could aea th* broad figu
ol Iknis standing In the
bacon Iha In, aood
dep.'iidable looking
A pc.i d kind of .spresslon
i iiauc's face as aha saw
He is o pet. isn't he?" ihe
t
Won't it be nice lu come home i
It as quite dark now lor Capri I
t the >ky was very clear, and H
i.hviously going t.
\ peadaral evening
igs
Hardware S>
MakaM BI b tope from a .
i > baa jut Urn
...
and dishes. A particularly u.e-
nnd, by way of cd*a% naVd fJ '"- "" "** '\ "V ^Gw*
' * ,, ., ,. t ... rot i taafti i- 11
- 'AatlE'Wtl tW l,l# ""
I In v.-?i I.W -Ihe
,1000.
M put.-1 *" ';f " .
'** a You (even 1
i' iuortn Step-i. shelving.
i;i)M Mllag .on! nar> a punc- I'artitioning and many other
luie. That'll -olvc my wublem ilungs with only tliiee hand
nyway The tyre that gives lools and screws. Cant bo done.
Ishlp turned Into | ih,a sort of rVk ATLAS eh? whad Jn bet b.-t" Vouve
between Boris
id U'a al the Ess-i Servlcenter lost' ll can be gOM alright with
pn 11.--but k SI Take .1 look .it truly .istonlshlnt ease T*V
lie Atlas Halterles when lies' malarial Is Rigid Steel Unlmet
li i drop in fur a car greasea Major that is said in lengths thai
Jong lasting asset i.....iy car combine toward
nd immensely reliable In Xhn slblllties In .n..truelion WdK
Tropics. Atlas products are of Box Forms 'H' SaeUoii::. ^f
Ihc lined available and are .1 Sections and 3-way Corners, you
keeplnl with the top-flight caa make *em all. AvsllabL'
gaallUaa ol this Eso Serviuen- through 8. P. Musson Son h Co,.
I- r ph 3WB. I i
lard Hotel, hired as hendquirters
headed
mi t tee
TV ns he 6n. 2in., bum in propornon, ana "- -""-
Congressional Com- used tn be star of Tennessee gol- ftMM*_AJg!
used in nv s -o m 11 hiaiv v,..,- --------- .. _i_
verllty footbell team and (ootball berou olher people
. i . _______i >,. rmrmv 1 OKI Ctll
, America is really rugged
of the "Kefauver for President' JJ^s^fti hwegUgatad crlw
Club. ... Quietlv competently he handlol
and ..I,,, Skt7 << Sl3 anTwSn,TS rU-tr;AW """"""vui u,'/ ?,'"
the only contrast to the shori rer- ,.._,,_. time \ isiiurh rroin an ovar in
Stan lamb coot which the wore q^,hnnU||W II was a straw in the country drop in to see myhusband.
OVar a black frock. wind when the lawver who helped Ev",-V,h,n "" """rm"'
"Mm." said Mrs. Kefauver. ap- S-JcorronltSe. Rudolph Halle>'. hectic all t
precUtively. "I h;,vcn't seen that *hi,f,n' ,hr popularity of i dren and our two cocker spaniels _
picture before."
How did the woman from Claa-
gow become embroiled in Amer- '' president of the Council, no
pad
were happy. I Just could not sclile
down.
* I looked around at my family
and at Monty's. They were all safe
and sound, cither In their own
homos or here in Capri.
.a ..... .......... ----- Aed the only thing there eem-
11 the time with the chll- ed for me to dobeing the odd
d our two cocker spaniels |Ildu out, so to speakwas get back
room at the White House? work.
lea's
DCcOme emwru.n-u in nmn- .!_,
top politics' The route
not so circuitous as Mi
explained it
Kefauver
When Nancy could she
waei
"Hey, Pops;
. ..'thing the sands
she called, snd the (Jowly falling away.
tall, white-haired man gosing pia,
. to place again
I felt It "
.. my Bfi
going from
I was M . -
alongto the Committee hearings ^./.Tthe bigpictu of" Ers
AmericarfM? nSher SSU &?ZX?1^Jfi& v* * tet SJP* "&"? OAMB1. Oracle's enormous wolf-
Tennessee. But they lived in Clas- would allow only his nanas |hc rty tonlghl AndI she i* ^^ u> metM
CrXnooS Ttn'e\^ to it von.tituene, meetin, the yoton. Es, for xnelhln." he ,d. -Donl tell me you re .,1,aid
S.V raoUm'. rtS5v 1 ">" "" '", ll,K '..... "' T1 Ch*'- Southern ,1, ol doo.
Sod^ceil to rliun. young l.wye. But ,hr-doe, no. make .peeehe.
l#s^s;s#^s^s*# ^sv#*s^#*#^t#i
\Vi>l. I 1M.AIITY (BarbadtM) I III.
MAUL A NOTE ..
Visit I thv .Atlvr-Stuchlakinf/ pvritni.
Mmifl /.# btirffuins in vrvru tlvpartmvnt
ntul all about it
to J2.16 per yard
to $1.80 per yard.
LADIES' HATS
SATIN LASTEX
RIPLEY
TRICOT
SWIM
RAYON
1 loyanco is probably the
famou'. children! tandel in the
today 11 ,' ..roply ard sturdily rna.;
strone. supple leather, and tl >
: H

eCJ^oJ^Mi
Jmi *r\f **" graaasaj
ibi < am ressau -.
wsneis/li-ifl, <>'*-< rag asdf
t, aWnianaJ, ii* >
SANDALS
maoc i c. a J. eiK '
LOC*. AClNtS
ART SILK PIQUE
Reduced from 11.04 to 73c. per yard
MOSS CREPE
Reduced from $3C5 to $264 per yard
FLOWERED CREPE
Reduced from $288
PLAID TAFFETA
Reduced from $2.28
STRIPED TAFFETA
Reduced from $399 to $2 88 per yard
FLOWERED ART 8ILK Now 0c. per yd.
METAL IMPRESSION 0E0R0ETTE
now $1.80 per yd.
From $8.70 to $300 each
SWIM SUITS
from $14 88 to $10.00 each
SATIN LASTEX 2 PIECE 8WIM SUITS
from $18.00 to $12.00 each
SUITS from $9 00 to $6.00
NIOHTDRESSEB
from $10.00 to $800 each
SILHOUETTE BRASSIERES
from $3.81 to $1.80 each
LADIES' SHOES IMITATION REPTILE
From $471 to $3.00 per pair
LADIES' HOLLAND SHOES Backless
& Toeless from $7.08 to $360 per pair
LADIES' SHOES Oddments
from $8.00 to $3.60 per pair
LEATHER HANDBAOS
from $6.00 to $1.80 each
PLA8TIC HANDBAOS
from $4 60 to $180 each
LADIES' STRAW BAGS
from $1.08 to 48c. each
BAG HANDLES from $1.20 to 24c. each
TAPESTRY 48 WIDE
from $4.00 to $1.56 per yd
tut: CRETONNE 46 WZDE
from S2.40 to $1.S2 per yd.
tc 2 PILLOW CASES
from $19.14 to $1200 per set
PLAID TABLE CLOTHS 36 x 36 -
from $192 to $1.08 each
PLASTIC TABLE MATS -
now 4c. and 8c. each
McOALLS MAOAZINES
from 84c. to 24c each
McCALLS PATTERN BOOKS
from 60c. to 24c. each
McCALLS PATTERNS
reduced to less than half the original price-
Ol IN I I III SI TO >|| \
FELT HATS from $6.76 to $4.08 each
FELT HATS (WILSON) Blue only
from $6.00 to $4.80
JOB FELTS from $3-00 to $2.16
OARBERDINE RAIN COATS
from $10.00 to $7.00
$6.00 to $3.00
RAIN CAPES .
ART SILK SHIRTS
PEGASUS
BPARTAN
FANCY COTTON
$2.37 to $1.68
$6 65 to $4.80
$5.02 to $3.84
ANKLETS
52c to 44c.
LADIES'
LADIES'
BEDSPREAD
TIES 2 for $1.00
WALLETS $1.00 each
ii \itit\\ .m in i'i.
MILK CANS from $1.61 to 72c. each
CHEESE SLICERS from $3.60 to $108 each
CAMPING STOVE from $11.84 to $8 26 each
CIGAR BOXES from $12.00 to $6.00 each
RUM JARS with Measuring Tap
Small from $6.50 to $288 each
RUM JARS with Measuring Tap
Large from $8.00 to $4 00 each
IIVIIIO IMP I.
MULLARD VALVES Now $100 each
SSSM .llOw-t*'!'
Pay IS a rimit without tb-lau . .
WIU. FOGARTY (Barbado*, LTD.


PACK KK.I1T
SUNDAY ADVOTATF
SUNDAY, FIBRI ABY .1. 1912
I
BARBADOS^ AUVOMTr
I.---------1---------------------T---------1
Sunday. Krkru.r> 3. 1(51
CUSTOMS a XHftN
n. Ifib-
beau i it is pos-
..u .ui.t; M IAS niHjperaiors are tun-
oOMUUOg io be gained
MMptntMML
u.t itic FtdtntDd Ctiam-
btn >i i-uiiiiai.u and ui Uic iirituth West
ImUU Augar /u^ucidLiuM support this
IMMM1I . is CJggsl IBM ail nicmDen de-
rm ui'u',i tram innv association*. The
nioiutui that tie bnmii Caribbean is
IWWMI ULitrnaliy whether lrom London
u. ..oil. uiwwj the aavaiitage oi other
Unas o. iw-opciation arc clearer lo the djs-
lam observer man lo ine man on the spot.
ii can he elated lrom a distance with
BWJ cMgM*) ol con/icuon and sincerity
UiaV ine wiusn Caribbean must lederatc
or uisinleyraie, that it must have Customs
Union, or become less signilicant through
chronic disagreements. It is so obvious to
an outsider that the only way for the Brit-
ish Caribbean to achieve recognition or
status either as political or trading units is
tor them lo draw closer together. All this
is so obvious lrom a distance, but at close
quarters conditions are changed and if the
observer happens to be an interested party
in the proposed plans for closer association
his point of view alters with his new in-
terests. He no longer asks : is this good
for the British Caribbean, but is this good
for me? lie will be happy lo hear that
something is good for Jamaica but if he has
iiieiititied himself with the island of Bar-
bados he wants to know tirst whether Bar-
badian interests have been safeguarded.
Political federation of the British Carib-
bean to-day seems further away than ever,
because no one lias yet discovered a for-
mula that will simultaneously kill suspi-
cion and provide multiple benefits for all.
But even without political federation
unanimity of outlook on matters of what
appear to be "common" advantage is pre-
vented by natural caution and common
sense. The common advantages to be gain-
ed from an effloctWt Regional Economic
Committee are sufficiently apparent to be
exempt from Ihe general rule, although the
formation of lhat Committee represents a
real step on the road towards greater
Caribbean co-operation. Not so apparent
however are the undoubted advantages
that would be gained by the formation of
a British Caribbean Customs Union. Be-
fore this dwtabUa nnl can be achieved
more than a change of mind and changes
of heart are required. Because potential
participants are not asking what are the
advantages to be gained by the area as a
whole from a Caribbean Customs Union,
but what are we likely to losv from mem-
bership in such a Union?
Until the world is conducted on other
lines than it is to-day, this kind of question
will always be legitimate. It is prudent to
look before you leap.
It is certain lhat without looking the
consequences of leaping might be disas-
trous. Yet there is between looking and
leaping an undesirable state known as
stagnation.
The question for the potential members
of the British Caribbean Customs Union
to answer is what happens if wo stagnate?
Can we maintain the benefits and advan-
tages we now enjoy by retaining the status
quo? The answer might be "yes", but it
might possibly be no.
Barbados to-day for instance seems
specially well placed to Strutinise propos-
als for Customs Union because her present
trade position is favourable. From a Bar-
badian viewpoint the advantages to be
gained from Customs Union seem intang-
ible and vague, but the disadvantages are
hmI.
In the race to attract industries Barba-
dos is a full field behind Trinidad and sev-
eral behind Jamaica.
Both these islands have large local con-
suming markets and will be able to export
their surpluses to Barbados and other small
islands. Because of their large markets
their overhead costs of operation will be
less than those of a similar industry in
Barbados, and Jamaica. Trinidad and Brit-
ish Guiana all possess raw materials
Barbados will almost certainly import
ten times as many goods as she will export.
Local employment would be affected by
inter Caribbean competition, which would
threaten even to-day if local industries
were not protected by the present rales
of duty- Should local industries dis-
appear as a result of inter-Caribbean
competition arising from the proclamation
of a free trade area, Barbados would not
only have more unemployed, but would
find neighbouring "Customs Union" terri-
tories like Trinidad barring Barbadians
from entry in search of employment.
Another disadvantage for Barbados
would result from a tariff rate which in-
creased the duty to be paid on manufac-
tured articles. Producers in Jamaica or
Trinidad will naturally raise the price of
their manufactures to a level only slightly
less than would be charged by producers
outside the Customs Union. Barbados as
an importer would therefore pay more
than at present and the duty it now levies
will be diverted to the producers of Trini-
dad and Jamaica
producers of Bntiih
Guisna cannot be expected to sell rice at
the price level it would reach if Barbados
abolished duties on nee Instead rice would
be sold here for jusl a fraction less than
the price which would have to be paid to
an exporter outside the Union. If Barbados
teems to benefit little from a Customs
Union the position of Ihe Leewards and
the Windwards will be worse.
The disadvantages lhat wilt almost cer-
tainly accrue to Barbados as a result of
the unequal competition which will be a
consequence of a tariff designed to encour-
age local industries, are patent
If it were possible to detail a list of ad-
vantages which would offset Barbados'
probable losses, Ihen a case could be made
out.
Unfortunately the only advantages that
are patent affect the Union as a whole, and
appear to be more heavily weighted in fa-
vour of British Guiana, Trinidad and Ja-
maica than of any of the other potential
members But the question cannot be left
Barbados possibly can continue
to exist and function on its own outside a
Customs Union and outside a political
federation, bul the Leewards and Wind-
wards cannot
Will Barbados derive sufficient compen-
sations as a member of a Customs Union
with international status to offset the
trading disadvantages she seems certain
to experience from that membership? Who
can tell?
he Water You Drink
in employ
with hu constituents and
. viHiniij it to ask feuW
U .ii ..ooul waPW. **ti the Ne
responsible member of the Eg)
.rnnuitw aware that U
undent* of X- -dUge have
walk two nua lo the nesn
Uy (jetti-at* Hum.
..
- I
bakers Spring*,
kdnrtM Hi pa arc expected seel
ill be bru*lil into um a*
I the t) h poa-ible Pipes have
..jguteni uppi> Irooi Leen oiderca lor the E-l Coast
Pumping Station to Bri i**, Hin(*. itrw main whi.h will run on
Executive Committee
taridpo*!"" No politician repn usM the sup- the top of the dill from PHaSB
VBtani a O St Thomas and th. north Hill lo Edge Cliff and will drop
to get the approval of his coo- oi St Michael. Bowman-ston ,om the old main
Ifllutats by asking such a ques- Stream Is r- early .,1 the Southern and of thr cab-
tion. even though the allocation f the island, pracii- i * pal ibowe rotter
lo country alandpoaU rilllv igctown aril i|..Tl I'm malfl will rircumvent
rests wllh Ihe vestry and not wilh. iu suburbs, above
responsible member of tha (jl..... ,,. QH Hun i> OtSf Hall
ora>... Sean i rport *** Bas-
ic g. Springs will continue to scngora arriving in Barbados lor
i gjad rUl eovei '::'' n'** ,,nw n"J b
lha coastline from Martn.
northwards In rattlawash.
Having the sea hen oil I
ressivc presaun- lo which il i-
subjected
HarrisonV and H.kcr Springs will
isalon al-
together | .,11 Hippl>
liable ' contamin.it mt i
PAPER SERVIETTES
In Plain White
SI.IMI |>rr l....,,l.. .1
VMVOCATE STATIONERY
Broad Street & Greystone, Hastings
ably Imprenrri by the
uae. a
main has baeti laid "Minn
POrl - systen
For Drivers
THIS week new emblems will be seen
on cars the drivers of which are members
uf the Barbados Automobile Association.
Since March 1951 membership of this
association has increased from 94 to 325.
Some of its activities include championship
of third party insurance and the pro-
vision of car park facilities in Bridgetown.
The Association has also achieved federa-
tion with the Automobile Association of
the United Kingdom and hopes soon to be
aflUiated with the Automobile Association
of Trinidad.
The Automobile Association of Barbados
has been in existence since 1928 but since
March 1951 it has entered on a new phase
Of activity and can play a useful role In
making the roads safe for those who use
them.
A membership of 325 is not good enough
for an island where car owners exceed
three thousand.
But it is a useful membership and will
no doubt grow as car owners realise what
benellts can be derived from membership
of an automobile association.
Barbados is a small island and thickly
populated but sooner or later all car own-
ers experience Hat tyres or engine trouble
on the road, where assistance is not read-
ily available. The provision by the Auto-
mobile Association of a twenty-four hour
recovery and repair service would be a
popular service but the Association needs
many more new members before it can
embark on activities that will increase
expenditure.'
The membership of the Association now
costs six dollars per year and extension
of the Association's activities must depend
on the number of members. So far only
a minorily of car owners have joined. Yet
all drivers benefit from its activities. The
provision of an extra car park in Bridge-
town has eased considerably the parking
problems of the City. The placing of mobile
signs during race meetings, cricket matches
and on other occasions is advantageous to
all users of the road. The present cam-
paign the Association is running in an
effort to secure the co-operation of planta-
tion owners in freeing corners of sugar
canes before cutting fields proper, will, if
successful, benefit every driver and cyclist
of Barbados.
This campaign deserves the support of
vestrymen and members of the Legislature.
The Association is also active in advocat-
ing the painting of orange coloured strips
on the road to advise motorists of the pres-
ence of pedestrian crossings. It is constant-
ly pressing for the removal of obstacles to
vision at corners and it is compiling lists
of suggestions aimed at making driving in
Barbados safer and more pleasant.
Another activity of the Automobile
Association is the compilation of a list of
chauffeurs, who are tested for hearing and
sight. Such a list should add to the safety
of the roads, but it seems incredible that
the Police should not satisfy themselves
of a chauffeurs ability to see and hear
before licenses are issued.
The response that car owners have made
to the Automobile Association is fair only.
If the Association is to play a full part in
making the roads more safe and in raising
the standards of road courtesy, then mem-
bership of the Association must be mor
broadly based.
Since tin Aaswciauon exists for the bene-
fit of all car owners and is planning an
extension of its services to the drivers of
heavy vehicles, no fault can be laid at their
door. On the other hand those of us wh->
can join but who have not yet joined are
limiting the scope and activities of the
Association. Safe roads will give greater
protection to the Island than compulsory
third party insurance.
The Association needs our support.
The provision of water in Bar-
bados Is in competent hands and
the Chief Engineer has act as his
water supply of suita-
ble pressure and constant flow
'LSS'vmJ^AJ'Jm I........! '- -J J
and alteration, will be necessary S^SL* "? J'lS,' P*" ar* " *'
Uon after completion'' SiL^1OUn V"lu "UI)D'w veL ^'
That is his Urge,, but the ChicS ffi \' fibU
H well aware of the n* pul wtll thai, pnidn.1.. ; i-V Sin mS' 5S
dimcume, that have to be .ur- ^m, throu-- ,ha coral \o th. ^^L^ and*itHubSE ".-
mounted. baneilt -f the "The water supply of tha BeUV Pumping SiatHML "The oUI .idvanced
island," he saya m an official Meam engine* .,nd pumps Insthl- -y^r 18-inch main from Belle t<
report, "la generally spaaklng at Jed at Bowmarilon in 1890 and Codnngton Research Station ha'
the present moment at its lowest 1900. I ncri rra,.hw| its destination t Ihe lop
ebb. It is only with the graat- fcaaa olfklal rap-irt '.ire Utrrall. nf Sp est dilttrulty that the supply is tthing to |......the ^miller diameter'
maintained The old plant and 'n '"/T' n,a' ""n rTf",c*d "X to the Lararetto where it will
_. . -_. .... .*. -..i two electrfc ..nnevt with the existing West
fixed under w..t at the bottom coast main.
-nut there is still much invest!-
uwlmn. writes the Chief Engin-
eer in Ins official report" to be
undertaken in the distribution
Tin- 1900 ste,jni pumps cannot system "f Bridgetown and Us
,m nm completely suburbs. Many of Ihe mains are
until It Is known whether and BOH I.....mall due to reaidenlial
wh.ic an gddlti nal water sup- "id commercial development.
not surprising that country par- pW of adequal- quantity ;md resulting in pressures too low for
ishes appear lo be naglacted and quality can bt obtained. A adequate fire fighting in case of
ara oftan annoyed at the number mobile lring itlanl haa Just ar- conflugration. Other roidentlal
of pipes and slandpotU allo'.-) to rived and will 'v used to delar- developments have no water ser-
Kndgctown and Us suburbs. But mine whether .mother source Is "Itaj at all. __,._.
the countryside has nothing like available. The supply to Bridgetown ami
the same danger from fire risk* If pcovg much '* suburbs needs revision as
lhat emit In the densely built up more economic, i and satisfactory '
reaa of Bridgetown and It* sub- than pumping additional wator arterial
urbs. The m.m source of supply *0t0 the Bo
for Bridgetown and its suburbs which w dlscol
pipes are giving up the unequal
struggle and It is early for what
new plant in in*tlled tn appre-
ciably assist."
The picture i> not IftVVONI BM
of unrelieved gloom, -linpiove-
nifiil, however slow. should
manifest itself In tha near fu-
ture." Under theae conditions it I
of the
'Isted by boosting through a third
:
mansion rCvervnl
Is Belle pumping station. Mere V"." ^-J^J*1
million gallons of water will J_*n
itually be pumped dally. A
nd puiui i

it, and the new
tha back.
lanston stream, buna to such a unit."
i.cd after heavy Tin- dilHculties are many, "thi
ern port "I Si mtaj supply of the island I:
'i steam engine' generally speaking at |U lowes
; -d In 1935 will ebb,'' bul a general and stead:
the whole elee- improvement is being made. The
people of Barbados and the poli-
tician' Who keep a watchful eve
the result of on their constituents' complaints
; trouble. can be otisfled that what can be
Weat Cons'' '' kg .- Iieing done to provxii
et more water a v. ater -upply of miilahle pre--
sunk Inlo lha Mrs nnd constant flow to cover
. veen Pun .md the Inland in aueh a manner thai
suburbs the main source* of UulUni n Si Peter and water no major addition or alterations
supply are Newcastle and College will be pump* i .iiri-ct into the will be necessary for a generation
Springs. Cole* Cave. Harrn*.' existing reser Warleigh. after eompk-llon."
"Mont T<*tl* for your
::nnl- ii nrr In Im' found
ut Pitrhvr'*!"
I'hoiu- 4472
C. S. Pitcher
& Co.
Thi'rr #v iilio
HORM.R races
WKICI l.ri K I/. h'OHhS
tua
I0OCI in km. MM
anums
commas
I'm u\<; siihtKS
UBKDCU
from whirh tit rhiHtno.

question of electrical supply
permanent standby plant Is
der consideration by the Water-
works Advisory Com-mittee
present.
Outside Bridgetown and
power
hurricane or oti
Tii*' N eth i
Barbados are t-
V hu* be
iQeet water h+
AMSMICAN COWM\ ;
Whitehall S|i;iiiiiir In Works"
By n ftt MarCOLL
Brilan'a Foreign Office
charged by the Washington corres-
I.ondent of the New York Herald-
Tribune with having "pulled the
rug out from under the feet of
both the British nnd American
Government;;." through its official
tpokaaman's statement watering
down Mr. Churchill's Washington
pledge* on Red China
liter's ability to .-i.ike good speci-
fic pledges.
CHIKOVODY
DR. .. <1. et SRE. president o(
Of 9 k> ety of Chlropod-
U| i -Hi | brand new
charge about TV lie says It is giv-
ftet because they
much t me sitting watch-
ing if that the: feet do not get
i iMUKh exercise.
'Jimt as Americans were l*gln-
vnii to '. I KnM Of ichaf lhat
Britain and the United States were
work ir; tagjtther m their policies
towards Korea and Red China, the
Foreign Office throws i monkey
wrench into the machinery."
And the writer charges: "If the
Communists had agents in the For-
tlgn Office they could not have
.lone more than was accomplished
m diluting the strength of the
C hurchlll pledge
ll revives in Congress the im-
pressions that the British are
| 'tricky* - Impressions which
('hurchlll did so much to dispel."
It is stated that Mr. Chunhill
had been slabbed in the hack."
and fears are expressed th .t iher.
ib now doubt about the Prime Mm-
CRITICS
THE FILM OMFANY con-
cerned with th. I .mdlnij'
Brown's School....ys" "In the US
writes u> po)n; out that while .
New York nauspapar did 'pan'
the film, as I reported, many other
papers and in..*..nines have given
it .in exnileni eption. I am only
too pleased to t .it it.
MKMOIUKS
A FANTASTIC and rocket-like
oaroai t the roartng '20a u. rs-
called with the death in Covinglon
Kentucky, of V i-year-old Oeaggaj
Remus
Remus siitci .'.I eagerly at th-
opportunities i I Prohibition. Hi
went to Clnr1iinatti nnd there
pyramided :. tv. ttegging busineM
whkh at Its p...k made f5,fW0 I
day Ih- penonaj fortune wasesti-
maled nt E7.000.000. The swimming
1xmI alone nt his sumptuous home
I'i.OOO.
Bul In October of '27 ho shot
nd killed his wife. There foUOwS I
erj tongnurttei trial, and after
HU Itemus lawyvra
i i il Insainlylegal squab-
ite of his mind
The forttiM went almost
it had come. In his 1 m
h King of the Bootlep
gjers" lived with his memories in
MM room of a boarding house.
Kilter MacA
THI NAME of Gener.d t.
Arthur Wag entered tulay for tha
Illinois primary election by Mr.
Ltn l>ilv of Chicago, director of
u-thur for I*resiilent Clm>.
Also mtend sn Senator Robe < I
\> RaputjUoan"), tad Mi
Repuhh
lling: April H.
PiliiMry Hectiou* choo
dates for the party ooftveoU ru
which in turn nominute one ftji
idcut.
i .
I
Cown
primary on March 11

the New Hampsh .--
Our Headers Su\ . .
Truth' Plan .nroid cbscxlmln ton bl the sale-.--
Tu The Editor, The AdvodUe l'on of enmm. ,ities Including in
SIR.The attached Information "'e Ran Md It] to permit max-
surplie.1 by Department Of Com- ",um u*ati.)ii of the dollars .,'
merce Washbigton will no doub: located to the .-olonles bearing in
be of great Interest to many of m'"d the existing and potcnti.il
your business subscribers scarcity of rertaiii eomrt;
Yours truly. which are now included in th-
O. H. JOHNSON & CO., conimodit> Mi. The
additional Qntl. exchange avail-
IIKPARTMLNT OF COMMKRCE nble Ui ,ill pardolpatuig lolonn-
American Republic Dltdsion h>r Impoil- Iron the Unit..
Office o/ Infcrnaiurtiol Trade in 1932 will approximately
n 25. DC. doul! ml which *-.-
Dec., 13. 1861. available iindei 'lie Plan tn 1961;
MtB T^L,hdr'u- "ft pfift
satten Tlan Mpanded and U. $5 ,,,11,,,: -.f^rui.i.nv, ,
,*.'" terning the share of each colony
As o result of negotiations be- Ul ,hl. ,llV]M,,n f ^ $5 fig
'.ween the United Kingdom and u ll(1. aaj|ablJ.
Canadian Govemmenls and sub- Canadian participation In Dafl
sequent .l,s,u.ons between the revised Plan fei 1952 win follow
Inited Kingdom and United Stales thl. Jim.8 ,.lld ou[ ta ,he og^J
Plan, with the commodity list
^ nded and the pcr-
itagee for eommoditlea on th-
U'u.Wn
th<
list being -..ued from 331 :i
cent to tn per cent.
). II JOHNSON h CO..
Bridgetown.
2Rlh January 1952.
1 3WI-52
77i-
Clovernmcnts concerning
U.K. Canadian revised plan, being expa
there will be a modification In the n-nuiars ( operation of the British West In-
dies Trade Liberalization PUvn.
I'he ui" t tutiifleant modillcalion,
insofar as United States exportei i
are concerned, is the abolition of
the commodity list and quot
(see our BIS release. Revisit
No. I. December, 1950, Effective
January 1, 1952. the participating
coloniesJamaica. Trinidad, Bar-
bados. British tiui.m... bglttsh
Honduras. Leeward Islands. Wind-
rsnl Island*, and Bahama,
Idaiiib will he furnkhed qaaa-
llty of dollar eschaBie, over and
above normal dollar reauli
for esseottal Im ports,
W purehaae MM *S!LST!n *,x"nI "* nu CiMtrlbutteo with
be at the dteeteuon uf the mdi- .p^.^ 1Wl, (iil>> (Sir..,.
Vldual colonies and will consist* M[ b^na**'* I holdthe method
Items which, m the opinion or ^ ho|nmg ,h). Empire together
the colonial authorities. wiU be mni rr.aintalnlng Kg good name
of most value to the Individual wnich I suggested Is nol nnlv
IfaM --'' PUn su|rior to Lord Braverbronk's
Is. in effect, an extension of the but the only MM that will do so
individual colony's already ex- ! the present changeful and
isting import license programme crtUcl period in internationsl
which will permit the importa- affairs.
Uon to the extent of the addi- That Is, may I repeat, the
lional dollar exchange allocated eheeiful recoKnitmn of the rising
to the colonies of commodities not tldr of national feeling and
considered essential under the *p.. m part of the
icgular import progriimme and smaller peoples and
:heretofore not ordln'i-ily imported Coloniei. and the provision of
.from a dollar area. friendly conferences and conce*-
* sions, followed by fresh building
, This approach was adopted by ta harmony with that -pint and
the United States Covernmen- those aims,
'for a two-fold reason: (I) T. Here Is a central paragraph
Kmpirm Hunt Xot
To The CdltOr, Die Afihosfg
SIB Kindlj allow ine to hark
Ixvk to Lord DasTertaroogfi
article on UUl stlbject which
riiii ^.hua y*** published in last Sunday's
,Adraeale. It links up to
from lleav.ibrook:
"There is no doubt the Empne
"is damaged. Great terrilor,cf
"and Industrial and commercial
''assets are dropping away to Vie
"accompaniment of hoots a no
"Jeers from mobs Inflamed wttl
"hatred."
Here Is another, the rente-i>
fUKKested .it the end of tba
..ui,-:.-
I ti must not lose tic
"Ihe Empire. The British people
"must not lose the will to defend
ii They can only guard what i
"left by re-aawrtn.i: their w.'l
'Teiev must make It clear th..'
"ihey will no longer tolerate out-
ittOM or lnternatlon.il
"bodiei. playing forfolU > h
"British rights and pioperty.'
Ii it not clear that the writer
of this last paragraph. In fact the
whole BTtleJe, i- DOt ki-eplng step
with the changing times"' Is it nol
very plain that he dots not
reeogniHC that the old methods of
possession and control,
economic, administrative, are no
now suitable nnd efficient, ind
must give way to friendly agegn
tance of the newsprint and co.:
cillatory concessions?
Further. I think it Is quil.
clear that to a very large extci
the mpln1 can be maintain.- t
.md earned on with bo
success and satisfaction as "Th
New Commonwealth" to u > I
1 of that very fir..
Monthly Journal wlu.l
taken Uu- place of the old "Cro*i
Colonist". Common IdeoloKn
ways of llvlnc. frequent visita-
tions, co-operation in th>
Improvement of material condi-
tions and moral culture, th.
e\t.-nsn>n of local govemmen;
even the increasing use of EngU-d-
ej a ?in?*;fl pen -.:..
strongest bonds to hold people
together. This is being richlv
illustrated today by the addltlo'
< [ new Dominions to the Com
monwcalth and by ihe confemn.'
of lncrealng independence ind
local governing responsibilities In
various parts of the Empire.
inrtuding the West Indies, and it
lhat at the same
moment Britain sbouli
^tood up so rigidly agan
..nd Y.
by "TOOTAL"
Lystav Tootal Fabrics
are Crease Resistant!
Plain or Patterned
we have a wonderful
selection 36" wide,$ 1.86
Da Costa & Co., Lid.
Ji'sr hi < i it 11>
The "DALE"
MEASURING TAP
IT POURS A DRINK, STOPS
AND POURS AGAIN
UAH Aim tn It
Da COSTA & CO., LTD
DIAL 4689
roi' CAN
TASTE llll
QTALiTY...
Yours truly,
Meat who know Bd Rl'M demand ftOI.I)
BRAID ... It i* preferred for its excellence
oi taste and velvety smoothness.
It's Good As A Straight
It's Good in m Cocktail
GODDARD'S maid RIM
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IPNDAY, I'rRRl \1IV 3 152
SUNDAY MlVOCATE
PACE NINE
London Street Entertainers ^ ^i "im ?'(l
rattle Of scandal
,CRED f.U\-c,
Kv ROM: MARV SANDS
i .-VL i.'i. f i - ,f | MItO Music
-. ir. urium | pmesBBSj
hM i am t-a lut from
. i -cry London child U ac-
customed. lo M
all sort*- m the Mints arvuna mm
in the gutter, on the i
t market plant, |
Ufct Punch and Jud>
and in.-
huid.v-gjfdv he now i
quently, but ilu-
* ingcr. the baino
nttf )u- >mm
he comes to know the policein.r.
who moves on all
known and unknown.
Street entertainer* are vaude-
ville in embryo, and ,n decay.
They are professional entertamcif
"..T**^ **d Wl,h OPPO""""*. ttvc minute for another is *-it- wa, his own by riulkin,. Oka aacret heart of hearts, gloatingly
!*^ih_i q a numb?r of in* lo work ** 1UtfUe "Wl" and there, a storm at sea. in pastel hope that thl time, sosarUung
n*m ineir days on the stage are exist and ha, money to spare. and London soot. The entertain- will no a little wrong and JOeui .
finished and their only livelihood The theatre queues attract the ers proper were of UN Rtada i will no\ be able |e ,io i. .
"!. ^J?i pPc*1 to th* '"y*1 "-pro" who will treat the feat of strength and a feat of quite alone. The BkOn
ana stiment.-ii pubUe of the amused and patient onlooker and during and the crowd loved ix-th and experienced amongst u ku
greets but whether they are full- theatre-goer to his version of the indiscriminately. that the hope is tori, rn
t.n.r street entertainers or only famous soliloquy ihortly to be The act of strength consisted ol trick holds yci ..gam. ITie chair.
p IH Deal between engage- heard inside in all its pomp and a stout piece of rope and twelve Is thick and well turned, ihe ki.oU
ML, m circus, music halls, or oc- splendour. The busker's attempt, willing members of the audience heavy and tightand vet. as eve,
casionai television, th. eta* eases, lacking only the whose Job it was to tr> .nrl (for It i> his )obl Johnny aaeapas
u-warda each other are the same, youthful Are and velvet robe The alrangle the gentleman thev wai I writhing, twisting and making
.vnuiiKst tnis fraternity i* no theatre queues also get the funny paying to entertain them A I great upheaval, giving the crown
dog-eat-dog", but a tolerance men and fjango Charlie with his extra precaution. Ihe collciioi their money's worthbe it OOfMl
ind courtesy they never me spoons, but the old. old man who was made before the rote w* or silver.
amongst their professional stage food on a bucket, head down in twisted round the neck. Si\ m Naturally the king of the
or ciicus comrades No street the middle of the street mut on each end then put their whole aacapolofUU would not I
rrnvnainer starts his perform nee either have taken up a |ob more weight on it and thv muscles on ed u bow his knee before official-
until the turn" before has stilUble to his age. or have run the neck of the daring man quite dam's having removed hi* West
rushed and collected and cleared out of buckets. unnerved the fnint-hearted in the End playground He has easily
away: none would cut-in on Times change, and the taste ol crowd Hi* wife however .-.*- escaped to Petticoat Lane where
another or 'Jump" the queue patrons changes with it Why. sure-l u thai he could do this although 'he purse- are thinner,
anoincr ww working. for example, should the fire-eater doeen times a dnv; that he regu. the, gusto is as greit and the per-
lo see street entertainers you have given up his joh -refer, m- larly did it all winter In the drew formances as regular.
need go no farther than the go and work in a brewerv" nnd that thev would be on 'he _. ...- .-.-,._. ___ a
cinema and the Ire aueues. On What can the making of beer hold road by evening he.dine for one * ""? "". "" "
Sundays, cinemas in London open for man who can dowse fire In of the fairs being held ' ** *n "' ^"d"1 *"*'
mid-afternoon and In fine wenther his mouth and emit it aj > lack I^mdon Thev ran their <
there are short queue* for the "moke? Who could chew glas*
MARMITE
IIS 4arors|r .Malrnlm I'd
THJ VITAMIN
SI IXTRACI
Mun. Kios MILNO THr
FLIGHT OF VOl Til D
Jasnes Poa* lUnnr-. fen-
-.hle faa. m aagaa.
. Milnes
MM M.vf.,11 duil 1885
tarj i r ., dillc-
l a failure The first
..m, ,.( p0B*>
Henncuv 's frank bloraphy of
lortan notable .
' Procnlsi
died The Flight
: Youth For *OUSh ha- do*.,.
but pffosns*, rus not been rea|-
Wriat. asks the pu/rled
reader, did MorwkUm Milne,
really do' A muofi ,th. >n-
wsj rsta] be) as an>
'-...fartunng family Mdh
T.500 acres of land and a renl-
roll oi tii.ouo j ,,,, ptuj i
exoeetad lo do
In thai case. wh> %hnuld he
have impressed himself on h\>
" aattonl that lu- did''
m several reasons He
was the rrjected suitor i
eiice Nightingale. He was kind
ISSjAJgHJ SjSSSiSHL llkf Sssi'l-
He collected famous
:n.n. like (jrlyk He was a
Mirial entreprani ur who gath-
hll fahsoua breakfast
parfias distinguished personali-
ties who would rmt otherwise
have met one anothei
"Glib, pushing'
He had some talent One of
his poem* has reached the ()x-
k of English Verse.
ga|
cheaper seats. Here Is" the happv and wallow It" Who cmld
hinting ground for busker*, swallow sword" One like* to
(Street entertainers become think that only the promise of
^Mitkarsr vhen they work reeular weeklv nay packet would
queue l seduce men a talent.--i anti
The one-man band, the funti> from amongst n> for certainlv. the
man with jokes and patter, dodg- m*w>way lietwee-. Wigmore
ing the traffic tu oblige with Street -nd Oxford sirect- -in a
hi* t.p-dani.. (ba paper-teiirer *msll square bv the rt-qmnnwe--.
tablecloths and ladders Is the poorer ind no other rr-
ran from coloured sheets "sdrr hi* rlsan to rtmlaca him
of tliuc-p.|r- lh. people r Unlll u ,umm, wh.n lh..
The act ol daring is Johnny
Tucker, the esopologi-i. He u
introduced by his paitner at tne
man liu CSUUtOl be kept t
laimneut. Win and "
ao4 play in the shopping
of Oxford Street and Chartim
Cross Road. Win so crippled li
body and *o healthy in lungs
The accordiomm of all agesth>
particular consideration
llhar from the traffic, pai
:kno. not even when that rare barrel organ, nowadays wilh-
sack Is tied with nlxty feet ot iinx out the mournful velvet-jacketeo
chain. A sack is produced and monkey who stole hearts and
juiinuy steps in. ine oORU are pennies with equjl ease. Uncm-
tied tighUy and the chains whip- ployeu musicians take lo the
pad louiid him to the terrified gutters, but seldom does one see
ol the youiigtst in the a pair of college-trained vioiinlsU
crowd. Then come- the In ex- rmch as haunted the select alley
hortotion. Can we stand mute by a church in Regent Street-
TV"^^i1"^j;r"-'"' srvus'jzs ssjsz s&s sszrz
Wl .....'"' .-.ncma. bul have 10 cl ZTfr Th'" '"'
Id their audience, and have
the cap passed round in leu than
/
police got mure active than u>ual and with oui hands folded whilst They advertised on placard:
one? their backs that although tliey
passed from h>>nd to would like employment their
I Ihf Irsal band and the second exhortation raxuon for playing in public was
;.ri.iiinT- \.i- uiiiiietii itei. tjit.% i- .. nan1! possjlbtl daml |e prva Hm paslaan-b] hi oppor*
hind Traialgai Square bordaTad wurlh only a copper.i I rthing. lunity of hearing Johuniin Seb.s-
by a public house and the statin a cent" If, for a moment, one tlan Bach and Morart plavcd by
of the great actor. Henry Irving, amongst us had thought to see a professional players' Their musn
Any day. spring, summei gnd street entertainer as part of Lon- was very sweat and doubtle-
early autumn you could have join- J. n'g free offerings to increase the far-sighted impresario snapped up
ed the large crowd of dirks gaiety of nations, our dl-illusion- their talents.
typists, "nothing-parti< ul.i -to ment Is complete. The scathing London has retained, even In
do", shoppers and odd men out, tongue and well-worked Jnvertivi this dulled Industrial age. sonie-
who. on their way lo lunch. M Kalnst ttMaM Bl the edpe ol ihe thing of the gaiety and colour that
.-..idling beatera the naxi fob. crowd who with to aas) but do no< was hers, by 'repute, when
paa*ed the time of day watching wfcsh 10 contribute might be bear- Chaucer's tales W0T0 told nnd
the entertainers. New for Uiut big if. .it that moment. Johnny, visiting )oters and troubadours
type of Londoner was the girl with prOM <>n the ground and hideously invented their tales of wit and
rod hair, who patatod. Mm gt- cfaohafd, did not elect to give n beauty. London is a *radliioml
'racted an interested and re- groan and mighty heave. At last town and through the .ears the
cherche crowd arm earned a uw Anal copper has been flung traditions are winnowed Mil ihe
reasonable livelihood that w.iv on to the stones: the final silver street entertainer stay |>er<-nnial'
with nu commission to oay a IxOOnca DOIoAlOy taken l>\ the jv fresh nnd nlive with Ihe -ge-
nnd plenty of publicity, walling wife and child Th- bl| rid l>-Hef still In their minds
At her heels ws the pavement moment i- UpOO us and not ont
artist. He proved that all his work in the crowd who does not. in hi
LIBRARY LIST
MON'TROSE. li. C. V.
VVedgwed. CaUlns. 7s. d..
li* pages. Montrosc. a Scot-
Uth Preabyteriaii sjan||g
nian. soldier and poet, spent
hu life in serving the
"duarts and lust it through
them Stoiy of .t noble nauV-
.ake.
HOW TO L| V| lilt
YEARS. By i ...,, teeaaro.
Health fee AU.' aa.. U
pages. Foui centuries ago
an Italian nobleman a/TOtg
.his book of instrucUoru
oat provod it right
b> living iido I
ninth year
ll HIJOU IHVII.H
By L. P. llartlr) ,,
Mat. ISI, i.,i ii ; p,v
is willing dhslingul i
ilhng lad. .
unconvincing n novel on
the threadbare topic of con-
version.
Then- arai however a lass-
known side of Milne* span
from th, pobih srork wfirh
Vueeit Victoria reeagnisi
peerage Th,
Natlooal Biography o.
Uncas at it n. i.., ,,..
fine tastes jn ones." His first btograpl
"ha^genealoglcal hutortt
(er'ii.i': ireatlaei wonderful
conation of criminal trials
were "but few i the
illustratid In hi. unique
librar*
It was an understatement
.Milne* gathered together (i
rryston. hi. Vorkshuc seat. on.
of the most complete porno-
graphic libraries in ButOM Bi -
fore leavnng for chordi on ..
Sundav morning, he would
genially indicate to his guests
the choicer Items in an i
ing collection which, among
other "treasures" included the
works of the Marquis tie Sade
Milne*'* chief adviser in ob-
taining *ueh nooks
psychopathic Englishnun Hvani
in Paris named Fred (Unite)
son of a general This
individual (thought to hav.
died in *n asylum > |
head of ited am
ecstatic young priest" and man-
port of wquftltt rwttintta n
had a taste for cruiltv but
thought it wukr.1 to kill ..n
mals for food On,- of (hi \ "I
unies in his libiai> m !
bound In human skin
Hankey beeMine known u
French authors, who spread ihi
i>elief that sadism wa-
Ush vice
Thus .mnjn Ira
.i "tn couacllou on which young
Swinbtune descended will
farlU crltt ol dallght Mlu>
|.i i niuplirt
th. poet But Bwlnburni
dear, was half-corruptei bs>
forc he reached the shelves a
Pi vaton
In the company a)
amiable man, whose rhararte
had a curious streak, jgnv
Popt^HesWossQ conducta sn in
toraalinsj tour of the Vlctorlai^
world, with glimpses of some ol
its darker corners
tWKFT WATERS; A Chllei
Farm By C J I^mheri
!! ."... .mi VVInduo III
that n laugt1 gOatrvoi silver and
silver buys food and lodgme
HOW GRIM
TO BE MARRIED
rrn> a flW.NJTTfi
Bv CEORGE MALCOLM TIIOMSO\
IIIOVJAH CA
and Idea of
iii'i.n Symons.
JiiK pases.
Having discarded one half of On tho day of the promised
the religion of his Calvlnistic uprising of the people, he set out
fathers, Thomas Carlyle made manfully from his house
hi i
JftM was the harder btOrtOd
and more perceptive of the two
She vuffered more It was a
household doomed to unhtppi-
faagg, yet It seemed doubtful if
-ither would have brs-n more
tappy wltfi another mate When
Tane died. Thomas mourned with
xtravagance and sincerity
Julian Symons produces a
highly readable picture of this
oarnest tempestuous Victorian
menage, laying more emphusi-
than Is usual on its comeily II.
rs, refu-ed to see how holds the balance evenly u-tw.. i
association pained his wife. man. and .wi,e H* ' sympha-
-VI*: The life wa- wliat CariyU looked
Prophet. By The Chartist movein.ni caught Jano ^^ ]xn , lhlnk thdi |n >ctic but
(iolUnci. 21s. his eye. Hope for England lay ,Kp aristocracy might after all. writes to a nice length
_ lie England's hope PANZER LEADER Hy Qtat.
_, ... eral Helns i.mhn Michael
The sardonic apostle of work ,__,_,. ,^_ ,,_ _.__,
------...., of iA(Iv AshlMirton's ^h- *ta- *" *"*"
himself the prophet of the other Cheync Row. Unfortunately, ne ..Rrumt am) no|(|c endurance of
half, He descended on London In forgot to take his umbrella and w>1), ^ Wll)k ,,,. ,,, ,, |llf.4n
the thirties of last century to the rain ^began. After iheltenng ^ ^ fun,)V
preach the virtues of work and 'or ' htUc in Uurlington Arcade Nf> wonaft trai jline looked
silence. the philosopher of revolution thc frlcndahip wlth ^r .
took the bus home. arca*m und u leahHitv which *'" nnd P1""1* of reasons
H. brouh, will. >. .. _______ ..._ ..._._______ S?^T. nTwom^orJne loriS " """k ''"
This Is a book whiiti shourl
be read and pondered by all
tempted to rearm Oermany. In
thh. famous Geiman tank gen-
eral's account of his war thev
:..
nd >?. -? tS^mk^n.Trhe'peoph?. ! > hide-.
tendencv to constipation. f-il. n
He was afflicted by noise, fools P"">r WH
and th;- popular superstftutlon themsel
that man's chief aim in life is the i
tho pursuit of happiness. He dls- -^io.
liked Tories (especially
ild
an honest
is temper-
of seeing
Ihe der-
by ahm.Twho''l
... They were as bad aa have detected. amentally incapable
rlstocracy of whom Carlylr -nie .vrvant problem was a ""X problem save from
_ with savage Irony. "What constant plague. One maid, rnan point of view. Human
the do those highly beneficial Indi- whom Jane had trusted, not only atrocities, the Anglo-American
Hebrew conjuror* Disraeli), viduals do to wiety for their KHVP lim.()> p-rtieii but , --air terror". Hie hanging of
Liberals (especially the windbag w-nges? Kill partnoyei. ton inn osrUveted .' an illeglmate child Kelt el and JodI after Nuremberg
(Jlaostone). the idle rich and the last' No. by the soul of man.' m |,. hwiM. A J(.m. ^ ,u;)r).mp all th.-s- are mentioned with
bsty poor. The whole literary etc.. etc. drama wa- narrowly averted. controlled_ indlgnat

looked upon with
When his brother John, who
niPKFNS was -a aood nhrerv was travelling physician to a
XtSSFSSS whoVtheo^ S lie -untess. ^2*2US-f tK
whs utterly wrong He thought he had not seen.enough of tho
man ought to be buttered up! aristocracy to urrferrtand them,
kens was worth some- the prophets eye flashed. No.
Ihingsa> a penny, to read of Pf!^raJD,, nu
.in evening.
ho went blithely off to attack
While the leas In labour in Poland ind was disgusted by the
fhO email rooi at rhc end of aggression on Kussia only because
Isuj diaiif-rooin. Mr. Carlule it was a strategic blunder.
u-es takiNtf lea in the dlnimv Hitli-rs chief Uunderm. as seen
illi Miss Jeirsbtirv iatk- by C.uderlan:
to hit
r,,r )om ,,- j,.. gssuagaj TAttJRQ to sgatcft ':
i was never talents, her fading looks, her Dunkirk.
Nobleman M waohoned hold on ihe contuma- FAILING lo arrac*.
lhro.gh Spain.
H-iiiih a'
attached to any
noble woman in rapacity of ctoUg genius she had marrlod,
I n rfNYSON was tolerable, flunkey or in any menial cap." It) J prrt herself up to self-pitv
because he was a big man and a whatever The doctor crushed and wasplshne** When friends
moker. He was the and penitent, sent his brother >[*c to Carlyle of the blind '"wi rojJVG ^hr 1
onlv English poet of the age length of tweed for a suit. adulation with which the grin
horn Carlvle did not advise to But brother John was in th* Of great men make nhem look
trv prose instead.
Action, revolution,
sweeping away of t
end justified
complete under the spell
accumu- I....I. Ashburto
,ig.-> Th
Fnr Carlyle fell ridiculous, hi
ATTACKING ffussiO; .
Hack ot
Afosrott' unril |he carripal fhe ('l.raine U'as rompleled.
f the formidable
2
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WHO ARK
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KM*.II IS Mill 4. MOHIS
He spoke pompously in Parlia-
ment for liberal causes, hoped
in vain for office Each speech.
^Jld Disraeli, was worse than
the one lief ore. He was an In-
'rtgUar and a gossip He ROW
hie friends, but not their con-
fidences.
A faint air of absurdity clings
to him The liking of his a*.
HBtlntancta sioppd *i,oii of
iidrniratlou Carlyle found bun
"a most bland. Minima, aetnl-
i|Ui//ical. ,-iffei tioiiati, high-
bred, rtallanuksd Unit man who
has long ohve-bliuid hair, I
dimple. iit-Kt lu no linn III.,, k
woods Magazine dismissed him
as "glib, fluent, pushing, con-
fident. iinalia Failure
Hardly a monarch in Rstfopi
(ould levnw his troops hut
Monckton Miln.v would >
there hi his Yoikuhlre militia
uniform
The chief crisis in Ihis second
half of his life is seml-comlc.
Time is the closing stages of Ihf
War. Milnes Is happily
married. :n i cpt poliln ..1 f.nl-
ore but || not r*l Dtk Utd U] .'
He said The worst part of
failure is the envy of the suc-
cessful It is Impossible to l.e
just at once lo them and to our-
selves."
Feollng lhat he must hiive
! ward for his ;
services. Milnes sought a peei-
age. 'the token of a half-sin
cess In life' for hll I.dln i !
was not the Hist tune he had
tried to confer such a benefit.
After an earlier effort, Peel
had once written to him, "Out
of respect of your father. I ad-
vise him to retain the dltiru-
llOB "f m>t l-lng a baronet "
He Milked
This time, through I
tonand after immense lobby
ing l-> V
to Qm I'ler Milnes in York-
Ilim Me was an upright, level-
headed Unitarian, who rlthoul
'oiisulting his familt sent the
Prime Minister a nob
teously declining the peerage
Disraeli noted Ihe son's "des-
pair" and (wronglvi gttrtbuteo
the refusal to old Milnes's de-
ire to mortify his heir Mil Ml
talked and ttora
.natters woice b)
ing the notion that the
was offered In recognition of hi
sea'l merits
The wound festered for seven
yeais when Milnes his fathei
a barony
Id- Tnends, who had
him 'Lord Tattle of BeandaL
had now to call him Lord
Houghton____________
. ^ **.' W*
food for
family( ""**mt \ \ fitness \1!S7^
r-sa*f f^g\Cl

1 Mtfriyi ii
asmairsfi naasiaiaf
V.n-n.ni Hill Mlpta build u (H 1>o Mf Fah VtiaiabU E|| tt4 ChM
SaHM bn' rlo.ow* ',*,..( S"d MR
wars, managed his fam
The life was feudal, spaclnu-
ily's 40.000-acre farm in Ciul>
self-contained and he shared l*
with 1.500 illiterate Chilean-
who helped to work thc Miff
Iii a stiaigld'i>i" '?'!
Of that vanished socTetv, Lam
in- a pletun Of noslal- '
gic charm
He tells how his family sVOn
iihle to buv tatt fun.
vlous owner bavtOJ OSJOn ruin"
by a dlscnviTS" of aold on tra
property Whil.- ht thought hi
labourers were digging
gatitiu tunnel through a hill
thev were in fact pursuing
phantom lode of gold.
. tdlean toll dot
ttitnics It makes hrv-,inih
miani grow Mft. high. "In
other plants lull in ingle'
baeorns dwarfs out thart P>
grre EngUsh cattle tun,
generetlon 01 two Into
creature" with DM DtM H
hUgBJ liiims. Id neilh.i t"i m
n ,i milk Bart Mn
du.e offspring like Ylld
A wind from a
blowt Srouan two* I w ib
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PACE TT.N
si \HM \|i\(il Ml
v| MlAi. I'mSLIABY X Itt
Scouting: Its Methods And
Major Griffith's Broadcast
j
- the Canadian
on me
1
flm and
Willi
Maiur J K. Griflllh. I
--- on lh ernei <*o the English *. 0-'
Cui
IK look! 11 J
.iim-rw
W .i.i-
Means ^ T'gth
u. Your Horoscope
tih.mced. And indeed,
more so in th?
mu.h dashed
'.-,- mm ibvp*.
ithout casting any reflection
-n and statesman I am *
10 believe that fed- ;<-**'
a broadeat ovr RcxUfl Friday nhi un .w . (.i(-
ods ol Scouting tncii I. s- ait master uis u.
This was the second of a series of broadcasts to awak- jj group Committee, n nage affairs'' Or
the heart*
I '* >.nith
. .jlinda clrfii M
oi the "*"'
interest in the m In m
vemher lui l gave
Of what 3cou:.ng i**t Aim* and
OfaMCti and 1 promised to deal
with Un- Mi-thuds it empioyi to
achieve .
Obje.lv .1
liege of addressh

Briet1> I
.
I |
first timi
object tin .
system of education. ;
mt'iiUill'..
supplement In
CHAHAi Tl
leam.i".- ol
mat-
.
I |..Hi. I
fl
a i he
at decent rali
'he placing ot tru t :.mi me :i. > .
Uik-c oi reeponsibillty The Scout
*
B.H.. as out Founder"* famiUari>
klovenaMsl
'
the |nn' instinct
Leads boy* to combine in
Ml harm-
Seoul hi
and particularly ^'Triir-
and do di- tMnT i
lly failing to do so. The the aw no use,
onus of selecting Uli BoBUsBM wastrel i ftarasite? The answei
icrs now falls on thl ande on lut mannei of boy .lousv i
l.urdened Assistant Comnui- he is today and for that you are the principlei which
nassUa to give this mat- if poiuible. I^iok lo
er the attention It deserves. The ( (,M.(
This may account (or the laree
Bomber of Troop* whirh start
i than like fade
.. few mouths. In the
distrust and ,
Ich Scouting so *%** r .
tthlly fosters. Oood Scouting: :uti
BaibadotJ
r toaal aeauMni it

( todav there are onlv 18 on
I Where an the 82"
Scout Council
there is the Island
: the l*xiy charged with ~r" """
after the several L A '"""
v ith piomoluig Scouting through-
out Mil- Island and a/11
In Uif few asHMlcs left 1 woald
tmt thf Asaoelatlon is
M-.u \i-n burnt preparing l.r |rt.i
very Import.irl rvruU In Ihr
hKtary ef local Scouting the
VJbM of the tmilrr Chief sr.mi.
th. LaM a. alai the pro-
bable visit of a f'oniinirnt of
HrouU to Die Iff OsWaaa| I
borer being held In Jamaica la
Summer School*
In England
Instinct to good purpose
The basis of '
Ing the bo* to run all own show <'
TM Patrol Leader not only leads
I i and eompelorxi' but hy
i mi i. nm\in\
on. thi' latter ensures
Ice to others
Putiher these
i 'ft.-ll I.-.I Mn A'ay lo fu-
aert. Much mischief Is
'. i Htcome of ktsfni the Scout
OccuplM hi spare Tim.- In useful
'idalitylng for Badges
to the Palrol Syitem
.
pnttaaaa
i two imi-trtniit Sum
jt English Univeisi-
are now available at The
llutish Council, -Wakenelfl.'
Whltepark.
1 The UnivetaH* ol ItMf&tm iifTers
u'^ !., Oi,n-ii i bulCbM ...... ,|1" ''
, , oi (;. Brtw. i5-.
lAlU Ol ExWUliv. I 0
i.uii.lwr \>l iiifin-
tSm Bourn-vita
Asthma.BronchilisCoughing,
Choking Curbed in 3 Minutes
. is the help gh
troai laoul folk. This iVl
where vou. my llsieners, i
: eh uK-lude re|
. Chun h and of Youth
B Mi.- Island.
ApiiH from these ad
dfai than) in >
ind vi rj aaajajai .
Ipei in the pcifHi "i
tors and Badge Bxamlaen
for the moat part pro-
ional men and women. They
I
laaWl -le-our
: tharactor who "." a _'
charaetac fho
lie mi*-
h P pel eeed m the.
. of ihi' individual as >i
Itv, hence he put
high
i Induatry and Kaatari-
i ,. I'l.inning aiid
it was for just bm day 1 i. I of Inler-
Econoiiii. KfUitK.n. the
ol the "Welfare Bute"
Ml British Economic Th<-i.nM Had
m alao lectuicu
..mi tutorials On aerial economic

ring j wide lange- of general
iit.]i- t.
ex nv of Oxford Suni-
mer School on nrit;iin and tho
Mrdarn Woiid" The count will
<>.inine British TwintJOth i>t>-
> in the tk-ld of Com-
.i oBnaaaltli and Coloaial problems, i
Y.< iiuimic Development and!
K'>.(-ign Affairs.
th courses the lists of,
.ii' most impressive.
Further details and advice

W.I. Jamb-ree
I r< :
boree a probable.
teg ;ibout
. 1
ia doubt
:hi- far* >ccent
ienl bv Messrs.
laa very
-lly iMcaola-

1
>rd. This is to I* re-
! fron
lectures and lessons In
___sub)ecU and thc> a)
Scouts for their Pn-
Badsjes. A Scoutmaster may not
Here I pass from Method* to examine hts own boys for such
I
s outmastar can Public Support
lion rm.i.nti.v and effectively Thus vou tee how you can help
technical Job aod ^v you h,Hiid help.
lus Scouts he has to HowV B) bi When '>> be MHjght fnmi the RepresenU-
n niri.il prolileins. loP| ull gjuiniliier. .in Uflkiel or portuntt) >f >' The British Council, who
md every ph.ie of irrnbar of the Group Coow ... al*o be able In certain cases
the list nf deato '' 'ake. money to put Scout- r ijoral Aasociatlon; a Ptcm em financial asslst-
Fom- 'n^ over. u Secretary, a Treasure! oi |u lommon Hrothcrh.-. .e for intending students
nour and In Broutlni provision is made ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
self*. uf eimI "' ,h GrouP Coo'Ln"l'e- a 1>um"
, persona of both sexes in-
. -tod in the Group for personal
Pafral Systaan l,hr. reasonsparents

BARGAIN HUNTERS AT TIIANIS CROP-TIME SALE.
Of 111 .
6cut i
Scouts. Old Scouts, members of
,,,, u, , ,icil I irches and School Bodies. The
^,! T 0*V Committee takes care of
l matters as weU as
Jf*tt ItUf help for the Scoutmaster
larda I^*l Associations
.1 m and the Next In Importance It the Local
i a similar body of
ufc nf the rUOOI* LT'ons l'Kiklnt afer the aflalr of
-iiilnaparo-nlar
In a res li i-mt of fact the district
i .,1 Sum" Croups and It
I rcai r. inj Iim ,r,ess of prorle living in
h, It. MQ .U^tncT to get Scout Groups
m .,., Tin-re li r President, usually a
I ; man of suitable itpndlne to com-
T>- letlH, || snould be and respect locally, to be an In-
rtuentlal representative of Scnut-
; to Ihc public, to promote
i ,h,. touting accordiiig to the Influ-
Rover cub Branch and the Ro*i v',,t- .
Crew Inthefornm ed7U>11 A go.nl Secretary I
Ihc make | elteve ! cx-
.. \tw tuil und
mor.' play thai
Elay. In the lerl
leger issues of adolei
tackled
Mm t*tk OearaaiM
. : >1,.NI..\r.'
- i rmlitlni
* > iir liliM Sl.e li'lplna -
. -.! A-lT...*
Hssa si nil i:\t''.
iha >on l"l T.-i-

i i'ii
li yes
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ARE
He is
nU'rmnii ami wiu _
Hie l. A .md Its BxecutiM-
en and effective. Then there
iould be n Treasurer with ability
,ci extract money from Ihc pockets
In the Court of BOOOU* tho ..f ihone who have it. not by sleight
members gel a glimps, uf -ecu-- of hand method 1ml by way of In-
nd "clvirs' Nor l "'icing them to become subscrib-
the religious aspect ..' B membem of the 1. A.
missing here f.i - t roeetinas ,.i <):. of the mam fuiu-lions of the
t'te Court of Honour begin and end I V is to find suitable Vfrson* as
with suitable pri i "s Thl* '" highly Im-
Nexl to th Patrol Brstera i' the | i riant as no man should be en-
i -led with the training of chil-
n unless he hv Of personal
in th- bej pride f pet onal (It- 'ending and character such as
ness and abllt'v to hold his own '.! ensure good
iral Influence
Macleans
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and healthy
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rill act quickly and effec-
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i mind >ou i.ght on (.me! Thu
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SUND4.1 I I IIKl ABY 3. 1M2
M M'W VI UK Ml
I'M.I I I I \l V
Paintings Of
By An Artist
ncral impression of this artist's work it that
i Lie to handle both colour and form, and
0 far ai that impiession goes it is correct. But there is
thins more to painting than the ability to use colour.
ctJ ..pplk-ation of the paint has to be con-
Ytrm with more than a passing glance
Some of these pictures, on closer inspection, reveal flaws
I .ne lanjelv to be detected in his Bower
kUt]
i d e r ''Landscape near Honirrju Eve-
are No ; "flowers in .i China nlng". Nc 15 "FNr.ch Countryside
Vase" and No. 6 "Anthuriums" In Sprint" and No SO "Ps/sag-
In these pictures the paint has Vendeen ar* among those of out -
been emulovrd to create an effect standing merit Into the exrcutli'T.
' i>cing used, which is In- of these scenes hat gone great
excusaHc in an artist of Mr deal of thought and careful plap
N--hou.... hi No. 12 ning (or '.he simplification of rorrr
"Bouquel of Roars", however, he snd colour in no wa$
n rniirely charming from their freshness and charn-
romposi'ion, the execution of No tricks are used it la -tnighi-
whirh i of Renoir forward palming*no qulsk. nffect
The colour Is subdue snd the ar- of pearls, brass, glass paper. sAc
rangemeni simple snd straight- These sre painting, with whe-h It
forward. No coup doll deceives would be possible to live and liefer
us as in hi* other still life No. 1 stow Ured. .These remarks apish
with a bouquet of Gin- also to his Snow Scent-s No 12
dtolf and No. 7 "Still I-ife" ar* "Winter Landscape". No 11 ,Votre
also satisfying especially the latter, Dame de Paris". No. 29 "Winter
which possesses a Blow and hrllll- Pont St. Michael". The snow ha>
ance dlfTlcult to create with so very been treated wish, direct aimpH limited a range of colours. and reserve. Snow is moil deiln-
itely snow lying on str*t. roof top
There is perhaps too much sub- and bridge the sky is thai pesu-
ject m most of the Mill life paint- liar leaden colour, which is so Well
lugsa memory of Art School depleted by the Dutch matters
"i is however. The two scenes at Beitishsb.i
with -kill whirh detracts Not, 9 and 10 art-inclined to 1%-a
rather than enhances the appeal of little unsubstantial* and the reason
these paintings The ucneral effect for this Is that Mr Nechoumof? has
a hull should be avoided, "awl colour and forgotten form
and this error can be corrected so " would be well advised to re-
easily by a process of simpUfica- v'*0 hl pailette if he is remais.
UOSL The colour he uses in these mg here for any length of Urn-
pictures is pleaslnr and the har- If he looks more carefully he will
nd discord closely watched, see that black and grey form an
The French countryside pictures inttgral part of the colour com-
nre in a class by themselves, for Position in this light. Undoubtedly
nd OUl as the work of a Barbados Is in the tropics- but that
. I who la well ac- '* no excuse of the unrestricted
nisinted with the limitations of " of bright, even strident colours
his medium. Such picturet at No. A study or some of the old colour
untrystdo at Osny" No 24 PrinU will repay anyone wh- -
- *J in thl)
Nechoumoff
A NEW CANVAS
Museum wu that
if Colonel MicheUn It i
at the Barbados
I on Wednaaday
Fa:
aau "'No. 25 interested i
Ubjf
Extra-Mural M<
Department
lillg Of rV.C&B.
Exs:utiv'
W.I. Scenes and Figures
This Week's Exhibition
A meeting of the Executive
The second of a series of ten Committee of the Assocuiiwi
leciures on Elementary Cherm- of Cultural Societies in Bar-
eUvered by Mr bados was held at "Wakelield"
Wednesday afternoon
C.ifUARY
\lr. 1 iiiu>Ih\ Itomlul
rut di
ngaotl
Mcmbv
.-il in
atra Magnate ol the South
L^ean.
led Barba-
i 141. tw
operated by Br.
change in ItH
1 '
M I .
t 17 strong ami la
i MM largest chain In
Ihsj lottttl Caribbean Au I'
i thcatrey now hu lu.i
eight in Trinidad Del.
>al. Koxy. Rita, Rlvoli
Gaiety aSkd H.
Guiana: Mitropole. lugl
don. Hialto and CapiUl. arrth tha
OgysBjale lb>\y and Hoyal
hi H. i 14th that
year, that the ffaMigl
pig* between tin- two I I'",-
BSUUSS, "Koodal thejtn
bean" and "brili'-h -nd Coh I iSsI
Film Exchange."
ahvi laJdai Over, he Ml thai
Hie Cololly wai> ftuftci Ulfc liom tn-
talnment fe lulu -
aim there were StgRM i>l SSOt M COO-
aciousnesa. The circuit moved
H.uikly along thia line and a** in
February 1W7, he launched the
Koxy at Eagle Hall whM
m.idatwl 1.200 and in lXmnli
the same year the Hoyal,
w..ithiii;_wa* leunnhari Us had
. mm :,i. ^ i.a-
riucing batter type hlms to the
public, and also avoid congestion
ami nuiuiiiue (ian*porlallun dltll-
M. inaugurated the Suu-
d l) matinee*, but with |
I with the Chtireh he
eOMulted the .lergy and aareed
on certain hinir* for the
SO as not U> interlete with the
Church s,,;
-,'-'<*#-'*'*-**.
fO-DAVN WWS HASH
issi

DAILY MAM
eij**Tu BCSKKN
vim in ! *
riANn iv-i i vrons
. ItM l*Ul
i...is-..s | i milsi at
KIRSCH FOR CONTROL OK CURE AND AIR
Ho better Venetian Blinds and
Curtain and Drapery Traverse.
Double a Single rods exist...
We measure, quote. Install ft
service Klrsch products.
A. BARNES & CO.. LTD.
will _
T. N. A. Field. B.A.. In the H..i-
ruun College Laboratory on :r
Tuesday Pebruarv 5th at euo tnr"u" the courtesy of
p.m. British Council.
Also beginning- on this nigh
Ha t iMtct tin- Island on everal
I I v. \ < I I
In theatre dp I
\i. uainbe".
situated Oeai |h jirinnisos ol UtC
('"' H- I The.,tre His intercl n
v- oil businesk it Is believed has '
accounted for his ssealth,
will be a course on Britain and Th* Commiitee cui.
I.OVFKS of art have hsd their tastes satisfied within Her Empires by Mi and drafted an aaanda for His a. nvines in motion pi< t
recent weeks during which thev have been treated to ex- Tudor. M.A. These lecture- .-,., "* " >img t the council aeas, iirelj Urred I
s
3T0P FAIN
QUICKLY
with
Phensi
hlbltions by various artists.
Mr. i; J. McLeod and Mr
llindd mi, both artlsU of
put >in n a nrw r'.xhlblllon
at the Itirbidos Museaas on
tVed'i'-Mlay. February S.
Mi MeLtffd will present West
i and landscape* in oils.
Th,
Police Band At
Queen's Park
B.OO p.m. In th' n,
College Library.
Mr. E. U. Hackett. API M .
will give a second course on
Evenings with the Composers,
beginning on Thur*d > y. \
n- I'-.in
i i
from Marbadot, St. C. E. Raison will render
d Grenada while Mr.
Qta figure draw
in pencil.
. libltlon also desen-es at-
tention.
14th
Wakefleld,
B-ind under Capt. pjn.
pro- Leeturea on Economlm art
-..-me of music at Queens Park Xvt Wnu 0vrn bv Mr K H
day at 4 45 pm Straw. B.A.. on Thurdv idarrl
The programme: "' th' YM.C A. The lime of th
AasociaUon which will be .on- m*, men, for the Outin
vened on Thursday went up, then the 21 at 3 p.m. at "WaketieM It Doss the popular show-hou*c
is expected Uiat th.- meeting l'-':a llridgetown*' and soon
will be attended by Plaja will go bate
by all tiunui Barbarees. Februan Mtli
ntativet nonunaici
Mpch"Pomp n4 Cm
lectures is 8.15
Pnintimg .-'I For $34,68*
LONDON, Feb. 2.
A painting which was sold for
l ,8i4 brought SM.850 at a
Tha palnUni by
- llreugh*
tel Is entitled -I'hn.; and the
woman taken In adultery."UJ.
Ovwtlur^-'TANCfUEDt11
'-. aaUori I. T.-..,.!.-
Ilunfnnan Dane**t-S .
WUon Miuir-i Jiff-ai
Suite "Tlie Thr*
Hi L-
Hmain;
Vardl
Inaun^n
1 Dncnpttvs PintHoonUttl SoniU
S UptaalK MuileLehvncnn Wa|>wi
Hymn* 1T1 i>na to Ur holisM in IK.
Ir*.-A M. m lx> Shall *>!<.
Fat.-* Of Kxrkanfrr
SATVXnAV rsailurARY 1. ISM
NIW TOXK
Tl 6 10 ("hrq.ir. on Il.^Kir. 11
SSatil or Dftimid Dtaiu II
.'i | N i S -
n S/10 CtarnKi m
<-ANAA
Tl 10 ChnjLir. on llanhi
DmiuihI DiafU
aupit iw.nt
ti l w caMa
Tl V 10 CM
the British Council, affiliated clubs and societies, as * White- Park, nt 8 (Ml well by Officer, of the Assocla- Ihat Roodal was known u> the
lion which Include the Dire*- pubUo of llaibados.
tor of Education, the Kcprescnt- ., .
ative of the British Council, Tlie '" "'-"I'l i" addition to his
Chairman of the Board of !' 'V*'* '" "" "-Inema in the
HSri',;......" M^sw?- s^s
taesn, nsmr, secretary, I. A. Indian community in Trinidad and
:i 10 Harrison Assistant Secretary, wai e.|ulh popular with I<-hI
11 '" and Mr. Rlseley Tucker, Britislt lenidatnrs.
at a ,0 Council Ecureaoatattvei Eneu*a
si to were orrered Tor Mr II A Show wen suspended o.
w- Vuughan, who was unable l-> Saturday and today throughout
71. a ic attend owing t<> prt "l "' kta i<-.,.-- to mourn
05 other duties, Mr. J. W II. Chi r 'heir lost a fitlOw and (wo
'." pry> the President of the A * j io elation nnd Mr. F\ 1. Wat.-oti. torney and Mrs BoodSIB To
sssia M.C.P., who are both awav fn..n thees a) i ofltv reiatiees il.....re
* the isUnd. .ondoleie W1i ba extends I
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erasrsagei i.i (booai you >nt> i'n e(hl (*,:!,'ui ohljjtior.i for The
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ldMltoikaHt
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Mo^Mrv no- r
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fait*' >n. "> u TWO-W*r KBaiMwiL

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White, Cream, Pink, Silver-
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SUNDAY XDVOCATE
SUNDAY, FEBKUAKY J, 1952
YOU BE THE
DETECTIVE
Cryptogram
AM Interealing rtWH)
(hild raising, mad* ;
celebrated talesman, 1
( the solution af this subst.'
Uan cryptogram.
HIT TTH Oe rHMIISXHIl
1XDS TSXEOLKH \w
wz jhkm rr.vw AXDS
DMO.
Concrete Evidence
HER CHILDREN \L\KE HISTOH'*
,nall new house in
village of Chi'im-v in "
Mr Eiml.. Life, t** IS V)
hf dmiMrtW of the ullage school-
Un Lite i*tired last term
i nol imagine life with-
rhildrcn", nor could arse
baor to leave Cheniev But brr
h*u*e was nr*ded for her eucce*-
I s*r So Mrs Life and hrr husband
nlsniwM k new home with win-
dow* thai looked acroas to imt
house Dears the
.i i > on*
. and. in tha
m each one. in turn, will have
MU i" "' nm* *en*ra-
i whoaa parent*" name* ara
nd UM youna-
liatra. for thl
iKiuc dr***ar which has pfld*
i.laca in Mi
.-very brick.
I if the
1W bricks which and their thank*
j; afSMi-irr Snapiro
A i me Sale Home
Insurantc Company, i-k'rt Profeaaor G
crtminologtat. * t.. tha douse of
aVarot
-Zeiot notlili the Ci napany that gOO.OOO *oith of
bOM stolen lest I
want to make nine lie* telling the
At tha modern, staple* house M the MUMsl
B Zirot tokl his
-Mv playing room la*t nlgl M/
l tape, imd #aw
a mail
i follow i: m. faarti l
have a gun, but I hid the k> to Hal '
l go, that he could not r. I
downsta.ra nn-1 call.-.1 the police. Tie gems were
tha ftaf* fen my tasdiooai The potto
have i I* la"
"Can you desrrtbe the man?"
i UlL and quite i.
|
bedroom Ti> I km, light-net.
against the wall opposite th<
the newly polished floor, lmmi;ul.'
footprints
:\nv Qfj those print* I < long to U
inquir* .pah.
ure sock*, but no shoes. And you
can see Ihe way he escaped H-
UmMmi i<> the bed. aJ |
and."
Professor Onpaha U* I
that : * slieela. then walkel m
ihe window that laced Ihe beds, noting the rJwc;
roH the window silt.
-Do you wish to examine the ground outfto?"
asked Mr. San)
i a* an." aaeertc I
( i .,,:,!v n fabricated story
Um think ao?
The vocabulary builder
QUIZ CROSSWORD

The Shadows Hear a Story
eplact Tells It
W
HEN niiture lover, Barer
Boyer, accidentally step: <
In tha wet concrete In front w
the BIJou, you should have ami
him dance. To duplicate Ida
it* necessary to hop on each of
the footprint- beginning at 1 an.!
ending at 17. Although you I
travel backward, forward *nd di-
agonally, you muit not tm
nor* than one footprint tflfUnl
at a time.
And. of couree, you are to atop
at tha mm* footprint only ow e.
The Log in the F
U* MAX IKtLL
The lire as crackling In the
bsaVta. *hkh la tha same a* aay
ing it was crackling In the fin-place.
Krarf, the ahadow-hoy with the
turned-about name, was sitting on
the carpet watching Ihe toi.guea of
flame licking up from the burning
loga of wood, when all at once he
heard a aharp crack. Tha neat In-
stant he heard a voice saying: 'It*
good to he warm again. Ah. what
a pleasure it ll to M uble to stretch
my back!*
And there was another loud crack
Sparks came living out of the ton-
mos. burning log where the tongues
Of flame were the bright I K> ft)
aid: "Who* talking?''
Then the voice answered from the
dearth: "I'm talking. I'm the log
of wood. You're looking right at
Burning Log
Knnrf didn't havo time to be ior-
bat a burniig log should be
vital aaw\
OFHmTHt
"-MORSES
SPILLS
Doctors Prove .^.
A lovelier Complexion in 14 Days MM
For a Brigliler, fresher
CoinBiexrori, use Patmolive
Soap as Doctors Advised
BEWARE of wormsi .
--1"1--,Wi!
alking, for the log went on iui:
"Tou haw n* Idea what u wonder-
ful thing it is to be wann again.
1 nil. once n tree, r>ti woou* bgyoeid the hill, m '-.
and oayaall thruugh the Spring
and Summer ,md Autumnthe sun
1 >wn hid wuinith on mt and
I took it all in through my leave*
a'.I l.iM it deep i-u!c my liunk
like a treasure of gold.
"And in the wut.r tune, when
the sdow fell and the North wind
blew. I hardly n
because my tl r* deep du
in the earth whole tha cold could
never reach me and my trunk and
my branches wen covered witl
stout bark. 1 *lcpt roundly and th<
winter seemed to oass as quickly
B* a i.ight. But then something
happened.'
Knarf asked what had happened.
fthoxer of S,ark
The burning log crackled once
more, and threw up a shower of
sparkn. "One day," fhe log con-
tinued, "n woodman with hi ftie and rhoppoa many of
ua duwn. Then
into small Pa*t**l
The loe -
..oo.l.hed behind this hou*e. Wf
re nil put in a great pile, one on
top of the other.
"It's not pleasant," said the log, |
um nanragU bjUa| a pde n !
a dark woodshed after >
standing for >e*vi and Ngn in
the open air and the sunshine. And
i, far the tlr-; i
I felt the cold. How the North wind
blew over ua with Its n |
No longer did I have tmkt
the earth, and my stout bark was
mg For waeka and months. I lay
there, draaming of the aunshine."
The Sunshine
"But what happened," asked
Kn.uf. "to all the sun
you had saved up in your trunk?"
"Don's you see!" eric! I
'The snved-up sun'hm. i-
I
for It* suits .
11 eiwrtisf in
reading shin specialists p^vad thot
Polmeliv* Soap con impravt *"
plaai*ns in mony way*. Oily *hin look*
lei. ally-duH, a>a* thi" waadaHully
bnthtr C*e-s*-l**kit -* opp*o.s
fln*r.
i is* as aa* e""
1 --
* -,.. -*>. *
#*
LOVtlt COMPtfX/Q
TRUFORM FLEXIBLE FOOTWEAR
FOR CHILDREN _____
i burning up from i
nil
Si ,
low and gold! Its
sunshine onca more, warming n
|| )tl thfa I.M'l'I I ! '
And the M ii"
the saved-up sun*bine ol
Springs and Sunn
eiitckled and sparkled, Ii-
i.ig of cricketH and the d
millions of fire flies ... Ql [
all the sunshine was pon- fti I i
aaw at last that the tree h
II made with the aunshine and left only i
.! to the'little heap of Hha* helund.
MADE BY

fDEAL FOR
GROWING FEET
BRITISH CRAFTSMEN BACKED BY
OVER FIFTY YEARS EXPERIENCE
SUPPLIED BY YOUR LEADING STORES
;tvi*t5iwv*a^i8
In Lugent Shtffn
IIOIilZON 1AI.
1- What musical instrument did
Uuvid playT (1 Sam 16'23>
5What name did God tell Abra-
ham to call hi* wife? tGen
17:15)
n -What .v t i'.' U i'1''1 i
his conversion* *AcU 9i2S)
14Case for small article*
15 Field of combat
16 Town in Italy.
Ifrats*.
19Citrus drinks.
20- Admission.
tl-FondJn.
23-I; xe
Memit*.
17Lara* stream
SO Fourth son of Shem I0ZSI
.19 Dry.
SI-What U tb* 11th book ol Hie
Old T H drink.
,u rue
I
-r\.nm-i u s senator
*S- Ancient Jewish ascetic

Ilic lanul> 01 lb"
HcloJcltCB' 'Nun 28 30*
M -Iwillght
saturea
52 Came lufc.'thei
M Ancient Grecian city
W llreolhe in
-irn silkworm.

ing in ihe Hd
renes? Ael^ .
.xieme
BP-Wlio was Kins Abi I
lather' i2 Chr Ita)
19 Feminine i
71-Tatters.
..' Auctions
73 Pre varicaUpna.
VKHTK AI,
IIn Uiu place.
2Solar disk
3Inaction
4Stabbed.
5SurfelU
p-IIpper Umh
7Female ruff
ftfeminine r
Ihuu art weighed 1
alance, and art found want-
ing" (Dan. am
4Feminine i
Flira's left when he-----
book of laws to the A-imM'

49On Ihe way io what villJijte
did Jeaus appear to two of hi*
followers after his rising fron
(l:e tomb? (Lake 24 1 :i
51I'art of a skeleton.
13 Another spelling for Trr
.Small liquid ruenuie.
*>Impairment dua to use.
17-Opvratlc solo.
'8What did Pharaoh tab f
his hand and put on Joseph'**
*Gen> 4P)
60"------, whldi .....
Coaain- (Luke S.2Hi
CiSmooth.
tiJEpochs.
n5Nlasculine name.
141Nothing.
i.;To the right
DO YOU KNOW
9
i Tafnin | ih
WContrlv.-
10Ancient rival of Ather.'
ll-UUiUry assUlanl
12-Kmploys
ItMaiden
IP-Almost
22Passageway between news
^4Pass awaj, as time.
Vfhal did Joshua command
itand (li)l' iJoah 10: III
.7 WIl.iI plsrc did li.ia.lu Kin.;
I. build'
J9-E*senlia!
31-The miniinal i
recent.
.-One ol Ihoee slain
, f Galh '1 Chr 7
:.i>airs
37- God of Ihr luwoi *orld.
OrgM of visi.m
IF YOUR NERVES ARE
s$A A WRECK
take
NUTROPHOS
tmgu*
QUAI.M Wuenlint4uick.cau|ht
In a cjuee- quadrangle,
i isked. iniiverei and quailed,
i .u-igga. n rurloua quad-
iped, quietly quaffing quarts of
nine
gt*ter Kua>< -till atltcliea sugar
gyWly
IWiHiki isj*. kiaa raataraj ajaair
PH0SFERINE
for youthful
vigour!
Lack of vitaliiv is s fsmiluir symptom
today. Nothing r.slly wnrng. pc-pIc
feel, but simply that ih.v !'.vc lost their
normal happy tenor ol 1Mb. lhar
reserves arc low. Their r.Mliciuc 1
vanished. They need
0 tonic. H this ii
your case start taking
PHOSr-liKINli h* a day
or two.
HHOSPERINB begin* h*
H>"J work by reviving the
appetite. This, in turn,
turn a vbuie tcqucoba ui
benefits, A good digeacion
waits on appetite. Good
digestion ennch* tk
bkudstream, feed* tfc*
nerves, build* up
and energy. Ttj
I'HOSFERINB today
for buoyaiacy, raeuaanoa.
confidence, io droo* af
PHOSFERLNB sqaaa a
Tablets.
it ooc*^yu^*^j i-i ;-* i
waysyou rub It on
ondyou breathe it In!
THE GREATEST OF ALL TONICS
for Deortrston, Debility, IndFfeitW,
afX" Influensa
DOUBLE-ACTION
THERM0GENE
MEDICATED RUB
In big glass Jan ana" hondy dandy Tins
WHICH STARTED YESTERDAY
AT
IIIWI BHOS.
At Pr. Wm. Hny. A Swn StrMU
GENUINE REDUCTIONS ON $100,000
MERCHANDISE WILI, BAFFLE YOU!
Just Received
CtM'IIAI. i-MPORIUM
Cnr. Broad & Tudor Street
PHONES: 4200, 4235, 4702


SUNDAY rrmtiMiv J, 1952
SUNDAY \nvor\TE
pvr.r TnmTi iv
HENR*
BY CARL ANDERSON
'LINT OF THE FLYING SOUAD
BY ALAN STRANKS ft f,FnRf,F DflViFS
FLASH GORDON
BY DAN BARRY
JOHNNY HA7ARD
rrr .-
BY FRANK ROBBINf.
NO. WAP.. Tm$ 4
>*X*S/ PP ANTON
POE9/T TAKE
CM. I PIPNT KNOW
nojp ppEneep TufA* .
vt<, I PO LIKE AAINE
BRINGING UP FATHER
BY GEORGE MC. MANUS
P Hvc &
Stands Sup't&nuL
IT PAYS YOU TO DEAL HERE
SPECIAL offers to all Cash and Credit Cu lomers for Monday to Wednesday only
M'M l.\l. Ol I KIIS nrr imn ..miljiblr n mir llrniiclicw Tv''ilsii!<-.
S|>.iljlilsloii i ami Snail Slricl
Usually Now l '" '"> N""
Tins Anch Powd. Milk (24) 2.24 2.0 Tins Batchelor Peas 39 :
Bols. Maula Olives 12 oz. 1.25 1.2 Tins Tomato Juice 33 :i
iim Armours Soups Aipataui-iomnio 28 '2 Pkgs. Dates 18 I
D. V. SCOTT & Co. Ltd. Broad Street
ii i o i o \ \ A i nor i: u I i s
I SALE! SALE!!
Starting FEBRUARY 15th, For 2 Weeks Only
LADIES
U ri s (dram, Bom, nine. Onjr)
8 IMBA SPUNSall shades
<. n i \ i i.nwi itin (in ri
iii Mn|
I BBPB8 (In r. Hi".-
VIKIPIII TAFFETA
SHOCK siiantI'M;
SII.K SI KRSUCKBH
< IIINKI.UISIIU K
SHANTUNG & I.INKNS
FLOWERED LOAN
I'N (in six shades)
SIIIKTING (in hlue & licit. >
IFRICAN PUNT
BOBOEEED SPIN'S
BOBDI BED sri \s
iii'i.is ASSORTED COLOURS
LINEN (lur iniiloriii'.)
HOUSE COATS
PANTIES & VESTS 12 l-r)
limn
-i in
I 411
1.21
1.40
241
1.14
2.39
1.89
1.29
III
I.Oil
.HI
H4
I.XII
I II
I 12
M
5.50
Nan
5 Jf
ill.
1.11
1.20
ISO-
1.20 !
I.6K .'
,;
12" ;
"\
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1.20 1
u\
HO
4.80
' 1.00
MEN
STRIPED SUITING
Ml VS STRIPED SI'ITIM.
plain gbky suima .............
Ill SOABU (heavy uuulily) ..........
sim.i.i; WIDTH TROPICAL .
PARSON liRF.Y (3 uualilics) 5.4f
SHIRTS |in nil si,es. nil styles, la Hi
any occasion)
TOWELLING SHIKTS
MEN'S SHOES, HATS. BOCKS,
PYJAMAS A BELTS
BOYS
. 11 I.T BATS
(SHIRTS
S.l 2.".
2.13
I HI
SHOE DEPT.
rl.ADIIs BROWN H I DBS
BLACK or ORE!
'. WBTTB i.t BLACK
Jill. \( K PATENT MATHER
Largo Steal only
j'lll.AI K PATENT LEATHER
bai I !.'
RiVIIITE SHOES TIIIM.MII> WITH
[ BROWN OR BLUE LIZARD
I I Mil kina PUMPS .11 tteot
I'min
Mill
11.15
5.74
CHILDREN
"nil 12 i.t. ill 11: -in H S
( LARKS I SHOES
GIRLS' 4 BOYS' Sinn s
HATS
3ii crinoline STRAWS
( Hll.liREVS CRINOLINES (Wktto)
(IIII.IWEN'S PELTS
I Mill V II MS
WHITE PELTS
( HEAP STRAW HATS
I mi
I II
', i;:
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2X0
120
2.0*
2.Ill
Nan
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3.00
5.50
5.00
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1.S.H
3.00
4.00
-, in.
11.00
2 r.o
2 ".'I
2. Ill
3110
1.92
.58
MONEY IS PRECIOUS
h ATTENDING THIS SALE WOULD BE
USING IT WISELY.
THE BARGAIN HOUSE
:l. Snail Si.
I'llOVI 27J
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net. Apt>H P> *
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REAL ESTATE
I a going concern III Aerated Ba*ia|
rr MM] in
UN all Fltliiiga Motor Van and about
>* doaen Patent Battle* with eea!
Monthly lee of DtMl.ru can ba known1
lo m, *ot.ld-b* putgMirr
- .r i .nher tntorMMMm Dial am
J* i H *<
Baa* mk> am) mat-. -. ,
h-die A..

AIRY CtrT Ilnghlar. *
modem cranvenMncaa, houao conl
OW .i i Mad V- . I*-.
Dtiving Bonn... > rMroorn* lUth T.
..nd Kllohan. Oarage ...I a.
I HSOVal.
PART
ahUaHAIH
D P da Abw
Bv The Bui
Bualneaa Prat
Co. 1
LORRY I AiaBlln J-bw, Wt, In pfilnl
working order BTUAKT A KAMPSON
LTD l|U.| MUTX.IW-VCIX -Otllr On- Hi In
IMiailif Supreme. Spring-ft a i
IP HhW Trr-' A BARNFX d
Dial llll
J '
W"* MM
4 Rflldr-n-.
gWmMaBd. tiling Cnnili'
for anv BualneaB. OolnC Under
tl.VB IN TUDOB Of-Large Will)
tow Bajalna** Priraan A Raaadrnca
with a Large n.ri|. or Worbahop. .11
Cnnvenlenrea. A-l Condition. Ideal for
M* aualneea. Vaoa.it. Can Ylald |1M>
p m Under at IBM Can It
Am>ialanl Value of Lai I
NOJMIN ST 1 Bedroom Ba.idar.ee..
Convert lencaa. Oond f. ...men. -bnv.t
1W aq ft. Going Below C '
Ma lor Almaal AmiMnl l" Baal b
w i r-n i wh. win* Call at *<:
ItBOttBaBa. Ill

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HOUSES
ACfWT. 'If Fit r rnnt anil an |*
3 1 U-Sn
BKDROUM I AND APABTMC-Ti
Pinnlahrd ... Lrlumlahed A,*lv
A. . 1 .
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i
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0 11'aw In*; and T
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Ml 1IM-*I
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M J.inr. aaVO*JBa|
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... \i.iW <-n at J.mea
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. load aaa befhlna.
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M .1. Al.rrllaln. Deal
nw i IN-n
I-AHAWAVM ,.
I Mr..mi>. 1 tenant
,-nt, all ronaWaiaC
par nioiiih ftt.ra ro< .>. '1'hjra-
m t Hi -t.f
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NUniAVrN. r-nrw. Cnt. fUllT fltl
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Cor.il Banda WortriinK .nh i"nr ami
Linen (.(.<*t aca batrunc Tor furthai
partHulxa apply Alma laahU-y. No I
Coral Sanda I 11 II
TO L*T
Any prnod '""-i April lal Counlrj
llouar. in Bl Pa tar, IS mllri from Baa
land* hun Fill*.- lurniahad
plalr. linen'. 3 bedroonii. 1 diaaalni rootni
KlMWtcit), Oeyaer. Telep
I ii-
-l t-IDI HOI'lll !> Llaliltuiki Bnteipn.ei Clui'i Ciwinrh. Wal^r. riant.
aaraa>. -ale aea-balhind. Moda-ata imi
f< carrful l.n.nl Apply HIV. Moujr.
via miiK One IbM ton DodW Inark
New r-.ti-r. In perfect '.apa Appl
P. at C. rlathal, Prlea.daMP Planta.l.r,
Telaphorw. *! 1 I
ELFXT1UCAL
II ..-II,I.' MIXfJi ..... I 1-.,
T. M.
By Pi.I.
"trert on Piidav the lih reoruarr !
at a pm
I Tha dwelling hnuae known
UleerU" with forty all BCira Of
of < -
. .if arable
r .
feat of land at 0M

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UK LI
nti_m...,v:;i
urn.- ,n.'.
1 (,..|.... (.,,
MISCiXLANI oi's
"Ml
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Thrae rail flnr., will rarry am
It <4 at ITtO katt,ra rM ThulMal 1 fab H.
me C M A C .K do ,lot ttrin praetiaa
or. tr.e cdH*. arad miniartar* ra-a*r>
wrapnet iramlral
COuna Will be h*4d on Monday and Wednaada- P-b. M
r. will be bald a Monday 4 Wednea-Jay an* Thunday 1 Pa* SI.
I MoiwMb Brkd Wednaaday Pt*>. M
.a Adjutant. Tha Bar*ada" rWBnrnt W a f
Caft H^^ik-oaTlrMk^aiOTaUEk.
k-haonar Aniu M SI >. w.
-.,,..
i inpiri workina drawHuja. Aaaul
'----hi | ;
aad IM Cla.
xn.tlfMM. aHOUTa .. ._. __ B-volver "- tor
.. uaie.e Cup OnVerV" OuJkMM CW# Hrvolver an. oe
.....ni.uy ira-ruary m.
atllK- .^'fMj1
........... uS......:.; ".t r..
lira psa
Or* irj oana

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OffMrl, f-Hrer Ua-V P
arirar.l
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ion" r
v.. v..- . the wr/ia i
i OHOIB
nir iiAr*Arv. iifr.nrpff
t"
COX.
Ijut-'.U
,.'
Barbadoi
, *hH Peb
I.M-..V..
I",..... I..
I ".. r _.
PI'Ira.It All Bit 10 S
rorner of Amen Alley and Marblll turret
wltK the tarr thereon and tha nii.iia*
and flltiiufi therrln. and Ih* entire no, -
drua biiunra* bno-an i.-
.inil .
'*..
fMM.
Ilavr you l.i*arn( Id V"* the
in 1.1. trmw
A.iu can nnu ..i,...mi vopr SupalWs of
N F. T T I N 11:> riiii i:*iiorii >i
Corner Bruxd at Tudor StrU.
FOR SALE
iimhx <.iiovir
Rail*? nan Road. A t*o ftortod iiriiii: bmifl ytainalns on
bout 1*4 f| mm! ..ui-buiMint>. WattT
hikI F.lrrtn.- I.iRh* UwtaUMtl Ml.-i VlU Ml ri-Oe-tV.- Mi
Prrr> Cartti CaaTtai i. Co.. Lid, Nl|h Sv-<. up aB Ml If'lh.
Inappctlon aaabMM H W$ I I Utafl Hal 2Jt9.
rTTJ^Papdadi-. ? *_** e1 *ra a ? ^ >
I Pi r,r. at]
f: MOT 1 '' '
*ANH l-.r-
FURNITLRE
r-tTtWrrt'lIK in irrv onfliwil ranrV
ktall Btoola. Ttieaa are enplaa of
v ntrj Ennliih patlrm thr "
i.rl in the I.land Hoy Wllaon. Idlew-1
Mimaa!* a i u- v
I I I.Mil 111 It, i- '
BUrag. Hi fine Col
male aa."
T Mahoaan Waah
rraaar. <|. PalMa-l
CttlM't
Tr.ll Chair. Hi Two Bu
Boy'a TUrirlr. Il| Child a Cradlr
an* before am. Mid aflrr t pm
a a at-ati
lt.l|.h Beard offei. I he lolW.wlnj
-Ii.. Ill P-i-.i
Maa Dfnmff (haira
I flSOl
(,. v.,
I
i from fMB.n p< anaaa-i uprtthi
rli.nr- mm aa Baael Arm Chalia fltm
MM, Ue.l Kitrhin Table* from WHO
ii,> .rd. Iron board* fmn M nt up-
-...( Crdar Milna Table, from V an
upwarda Inrludlrae a Una variety of
,-I >ee.Hl band furniture lower Bar
ri. I'hona kllla. 11W In
UVKNTOCK
MK( HANICAI.
* pdaKeiiCef chaWNa reirnlly
i now at Bartudoa Ai-.i.m.
hob i a &a~n
fACrtlrlelOne tlnaer Bewln M... hint
In perfect i idlllnn T drawer* Piter
1300.00 Apply M llnlchlm
f'tniitatlon. XI (leoilr
fUNOKR BKWfNG MACH1NR -Treaillr
Vrl little ,!I rt.'.iplete with part
for Cut-work and Embiolder' Apply
Marl.... JnOea. My lawd- Hill, i.ppoalh
Belm.mt 01 II I B*-dM-
M1SCKLI.ANF.OiyS
At ajc*w pbin
IB". CkMrlnr nil U Nr p*
I.....!' Ctutra H ahni Rran
. ,i,i- I......
real
Sirta-
ror ft.rwe* i
* a--" I-- -
(IT "I-
i aI
;.;:,::.': K.
Government ba-
banlure |
C100 H-rhadoa Ooveinmenl De
benttiraa i*tl
abaraa W.I. Rum Ratlnaw/ Ltd.
thare* Bartaadna Ire 0ft
ie above mentioned, ahaira will be
up for aale at Public Auction on
rrutav thr >lh day of rabruarv IBM at
m at Carrlnaton A Bealy. l.aTal
rt BvarydaT Martini from Jrd
Pobruary. *' I Jt4n
ahare. II S. T Co Ud
aharra W.I. Blatult Co
T-i. i | | .
bedroom*, birakfaet
FN DAK-WIN.
%Jtm -I.-.- Man
.nlaminjf tbrai
^jn. Iivtnc room and kitrtarnett* aim
.pboardB Tiled both and mile- a-r-
,nt> room and faraate. Inapectlon nr\
epplicatiaai lo Mra Bernard Rolfc. Tele-
lone tMI
The above will be -et up fur Uile at
Public Aucllon on r>ldav the Btli reb-
uary a pm al the omca of lha
.iderOianv.1
CARBINOTON A *fMV
REMOVAL NOTICE
Real latale Aianl baa* to |
ofFir baa been lemovad lamporartly to
Madil it reel Dial Mil.
Till! U.AK11AIHIS Ml UAL
I II I \SS| HAM I MM II M
I \1K MllllltS Mil I.I a,! II M
11 r tin c.
.-I
iraordmary CanarBI
i |ha above
named BoaWty will he held al the orTr--
iaf the Bociety. n^-.v..u, PaBM. Bridai
town, at 3 ..'clock e
PVtwuary IBM. for ihe purpoao of *ojr>
ktarlng and Panama wnli or wilhnui
amendment the |..lloin II, I
iirsnivr
..I antlrnient be deleted M '
rrfor^
S. No BaM -ncr. ahall
ba aeoapted and no policy or poKciea
ahall ba "
SHIPPING NOTICES
:.
of :
dlatrly reaaaurrd uiili
> i--i oo i
-.....
elaty .
I.i ...
ll.IH an
LAMB SFAft ROCKI f T OMaf If B
rhteellent hulhllraf alia for -Bla. frm-l
reNdanllal aaatton. Mlnmiri norlh aUM
of (loll C.nrae. m...l*ai i i
detalla t JOHN M. LADON CO
I one 4A40 SIM t f n
AWT liaiiM. B I
nOI'UITt AllrBMIve **aMle *>roperty
idtnlnlnf Villa Ilea.i.. 1 (.crao wtlh
.naaU'r itpnc bulldinil J0OO
ParfiruLan froin Errol Boob, r
'..*. E
'-' d........
T Prarldrd alwaya that
account ahall be taken
p r*a pan Ive Baarrnoiiaiy
Hon.
0 K
b) rellnad ol
part of inch
Bonua A*ldi-
ROYAL NF.1HERLANDS
STEAMSHIP CO.
-Ml IS<, I 11(1*1 I I rtOH
. >.NTUK 1SU1 Tab IBM
M Hir.AlHi:. atnd Pelt. IflU
RatuA, awb Feo ian
: ii. Marrti I*!
mi im, in pi ii"i rn a
IMmIKI'U
\; WILLUTAD, M> Ft i"
OI MO IO l-BlM*RIBO A
111 I I isM i.t|\;A
IBM
I I*..'
- Ml IM, TO IMNIDAB
I'ANtM M4IIMI. KKITIBH OtIAM
lltb Pab. IB
. >..;, iuu Marea, ifM
s Wl l\r. IO IklMIIAM Alii I I K M 1"
It IBU
r. Ml MOM, aoN a co.
AtfenU
_, Locla.
nvada. and Arvba
aday 'h 1AM
DABBWOOO will
.,n l-r-aaa-nori. fir
Sal Una Prldar ait.
The M-V
..trap! Cat-*) and Pa>aaral*)Ba far
AnllfMa. MumarTTBt.
NaviaandSt Kllla "kilhnr Friday
B W I BOlOONaW OWBaBW
ajsociat roM i mc. i
Conalinaa. TbIO- No. Btt.
WHEN THE DRINK IS RUM
SEF. THAT YOU GET
TAYLORS SRCIAl BLENDED RUM
(With the Distinctive Flavour)
TlfF mWt BI-KMJ OBTAT\ABLL.
janx . # \Ynnt
IK I NSINO NOTM i:
eelllna l-.u r.lle.1 OILVAN" with!
I0JOS BQuara fret of land ailuate al < lu-1 I
tea (lrder,a. St Mirharl The MUBBI
rtmUIni Drawing Room. UrlnB H ".
4 bedroom*. aaraa. Tolfcrt, Bail, and
uaual c^nvenlencea.
Tha above property will ba aM u0 |r
ale by Public Cornpelitiaii at awr am.-e
Jameii atreet on Pftdnr Bib Pehruary
IBM. al a p.m.
Inapartlon on application lo Mlaa Kail-
man, Bedford Lodia Dial ttM
YPABWOnn A BDTCr
alMti
iplleatl
rhaaeT of Liejuur Lkc.
H
IB .i bnanl I
I
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To a ii



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r c- -t
CaOrri i
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Wt.lnaaMM. |ne I'.i
Bt II nr".
I
Til AT rerl.i
Cliurrb
a.'.il I
unrrmlnni
|e aerianla'
Bhrtrtr and telephone aarvicaa
For all further particular! and Inanec-
llon apply lo W NORMAN ALIXYNE.
"rairwayt-.
in.. n*M
M i
TllANgl'IT
aquara (*-h
II. .m- roBtaln
and
Hob
FOR SALE
'I M. M "
I New Rood: on
nlnux FBrli- hooka |
mg Bodkl Yacht Club
IQue Sliop
;m lln.
II MlllM-.i fUUrtlAL IIE\'irW Ju.t a
raw* ...plea left Will be aold ojuit-klV
-BBCtlM Ailt.-r.le Bt.d.irv-
ii.. ROrlBRTR Hifh si,, rt and
.. I IIMUII.AIIS DRllJ STOHK.
o.ii a
CRatpai l>e CHINK:

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ludlt
l-.i.s |
fa-k Fan.
,(, rUkM repliiCHl
Brad Barred Plymoui
haUhlna. 3*c earh
John Alleyne. U>,
I VANI7KII MIF.FTS
T It MB II *
re Auto Tyr* Co. Tt
ma Dati B
......am, on nppioiiinali
M-rtilll "..-'
,1.1^1 iei
lor dividing and tenting
Appro* liruiiel.v 11000 a
of 1..0.1 win
. .11 buildlm
nr. CREAM FrUEEZlRa Wa have Iro
an in atock 4 nt uaual prwe
>|ISB, OUT price atS.OO, pi ui'.-l price
.r prlac iiaoo KNUillTB LTD
ly lo.noo.
m.....i
. nubia
i ..i.....
H
ipaalM t<. Jninea a ]
in. land run* through to Otll*
mil wllh an appi'-almale Ironl-
* of TB feet. ar..l la pliable fur
At RI UN DALE

Edni
Hill III Mi
'
v. Obi da
Una Piano rendition guud Apply
O-Ooiniaa. I at Air. Daab Qap, Hank Hall
MM-ln
ONtJ 400 (II. GALVANIZE TANK In
litknn Appl) Q Mayhew
DM ;--wii or 4U4 i a atan.
m it
SrFKFReV All aitea aultab
i-iball wnai Claaaing out al
r aiwapptng Centra 11. *WBi
| afe.pp.1..-
pr* >.,*.
.- IBM
S>M
"I ITCAafD" Vallta*. attache raar.
.'urdy and lighiweighl. double lack.
OM to Boat A RAHNEfl C.i. LTt>
h i u i r n
. ;
i Dining Itooiii. 1
Toilet* and Bafi.. ..na with TUb
Daih and b.4 ard coM wi
tind ainnaer Boom.

REALTORS Limited
REAL ESTATH
AUCTTONFUVJ
VALUBKB
111 IM Itocl'-.. Btraet.
IHI.!..!..-.,
TORNADO Inlaraatlooal Kl Baautl-
ful condition. Mrellenl equlpi
r.,Clrag racord. Coat ITBBOn n
No odor*. Hick*. Telrpf.o* ..
II II M-H*
ORIENTAL
SOUVENIRS
MI.KH. OTJBIOB, ARTS
TBNDEHOS, BEDAB.
JOYKRIA8 Y ARTI8T10AS
CURIOBIDADEB, TRA1DOB
PE LA INDIA CHINA e
EJTPT0
THANI'S
l"r. Wm- Ilrj. 81, DU1 S4W
T.
PI ' : ,- of I* ur
* land at anr)nlirne.
three hc.li"
hi.lh* mill I
irnorrl phnna
}S51 The a trove I" ne
I al Public Aiartlon or
MBni,,
L. Sbinnei
up for aa
Piiday tha Ml. -----------
e omcr of the u-idaraigiied
C'ARP.IIHITON A BCAI.Y.
lo.-. -lie,
Jl 111
IUNW.IW CATT1.K "\-
ri.'l, Airniahed atamling an I ae
ood of land, for in.pe.Uou apply M
lairtakar
Offera will he rear.v.-d bv Mr.
OoodlnB. SUorgbopa
AUCTION
Bill Att-TION "Al-R OF I1BMIIM
AT CKNTtAI. BTATION
US MONDAY. Iha *th illpi" 1 will
,, mm* ''
ill Ploreaica Oil SloA'ea. Mil .Walr
ba-l.taada with inattrraa>a and apMnga.
,. Ilnah < iiu11- "\r. .. labtaa, Mahog
Rpi-kar*. Ulvei fork. '44 Holla of Unl.
I>i.- .1. ladie- Wrlat W-Uh. A CoUartLm
pI Piyraa afBraa. and aavrral other itrm*
9f intareat
D'ARCY
l.l\SS Allt
llmArrl Sri7 pl
/.mini- I iniIII.-1 -
liranir Rmmrrs
Im :
SI lil
I.. W. Iliil* IiiiiMHi
& CO,, LID
I'.i ..i SI. Ih ti 4222
FOR SALE
HOUSE
M MINI
A aulidl.
alderarc.
It. con
i".g wlUt
I a-.lm

abr.nl
..1r...
.
to.
SCOTT.
A... I. eer
II U*i
UNDER THE SILVER
HAMMER
ON TUtSDAV Mb by order l Mi
Hjuinah Jc-ie. we will tell al W.dl..i.l
Bjr.ilhcarde. Ihr loll.
ivnabla r>l Hellea; Pedeilnl SMIabOBld.
lAd.-a Wtlllng Drab. Card Table with
Ha chaw '1 Gata I* Tea Table
Chefforiiar, rpright Chalra. J>W-,na
Tal.la all in Mahcatany: ra*Uver CuMon*.
(hi Paantlr.g.. Bohem.-i. Otaaa. **'
'PIT*; Barometer. Bat of Baccaiai JAMB
OLaaa Itarach Tr -d C.anVe Brrvicaa.
OIiuht Bvrv*ra. Hand-painted TTuii
BrtvKe. CullerY Ola*" Plalrd *'' ,n
Kulre and afitfnn Dlab. lledroom
Caiadleitlt " and Bnuffaia Pnrka gaprn.n*
*c Cu.lery. Bpoo.... rk^ Cake K-.lv-a
and Fork*. ToiWI Bala. Ball CrUara Jr.
KajFI l*>aUWa DraaaBiuj Caaaa. Tri.nl
Pva Radio, Ivory and To not ae
s-rSarcBifiiS
>. O.T. Minor, (l.tdert Pol*. R"
MAXMI il DaMfll
III A 4 I
i raiimarutliir
l-i t MtMr.

1 -la.it la I ainm
tia. .landing on nppaa
awaal
W.ih a rt.-I..Hve .^*arB fjwaB
'
: | letlrtiom.. rach
with attached llled I..."
J car*;
wrvanta- rruarter. with l.alh a-d
-''f.....> on an
.-.rroaed area of ona acre.
T lAJRaj coABT
\ lad 3 bedroom
bungalo- run
II
leir the town on > good ton
Canadian National Steamship*-
IOI TIBOIND
iSER'
LADY Ui.DNEY"
.IIAON"
N na'imai-
..,'. Arrfaao Balla
." Barbada* Batkag
g Peby. 1 Pab:
( Peby. f4 Peby 31 F
I (cby. B March ID M
SI March M M,
toy
MiNtHBOlMl
'
Ruiaur-
Arrlraa
in
8 March B March
II Maioh M March
.. 4 April 7 April
Arrlraa Arrleaa
Beaton IL John llallfam
lb Feby. Patoy. IB Fabr
M reby 1 Match
M March 31 March 14 M-.i.h
3 April 4 April 1 April
14 April IT April
For further particular!, apply t
GARDINER AUSTIN & CO., LTD.Afenta.
"Frrf" 1,'niin Smiir?
mi\ wa do on,. ... a^rnelhlnM
.. oil.. _ -
ura ai an honeat p:
h r-i ipnaanl .mi
-t in pert.. I
i la nOt worblnff at
H notrr arad
BBB i. a Mght
i iii m m vm -nor
71 ROLBl'L'K STItBET
Nr. Ml
I
lUiMu,
Dial 4*T0.
RALPH
A. BEARD
t.va.
Lower Bay Strcat.
PHONE 5010,
oferj two Barpainf In
Prtp*TtlB
WORTH Y DOWN
i TOP ROCKBart otter over
4.000 accepted,
BVANTON
TOP ROCKBeat offer over
4.500 accepted.
For vif-wintf and further
|,.,iM,ul-i I!in r.010afl.r
hours 8657
31.1.52Sn.
FOR SALE
"IXC II
Sitiuited Near
IIA VEX"
"Inch Mnrlnw"
A new modern Bungalow, '.t furnished
Bedrooms. large Living Room, facing Sea fur-
nished, all Cupboards built in, all wood used
in construction Barbados Mahogany. Garage,
Servants Room, its own Lighting Plant, stand-
ing on one acie of land sloping to the sea.
Price 4.000. Apply J. H. O'Dowd Egan,
C/o. William Fogarty (B'dos) Ltd.
2 2 522n.
"wPi-VO^e'eV'e^^^
I OH KALE
^CAKLDIEM
\ a two storeyed dwclllnehouae standing on 10,770 aquare feet
of land on the incomparable St. Lawrence Coast.
Excellent sea bnlhlng. Dwellinghousc contains verandah
upstairs and down, dim no. and aittiiiai roomB, 4 bedrooms, pan-
try and kitchen. Electric llgHt. |U and water Installed. Garage
and servant* rooms. *
Purchaser to have option of buying furniture and effects
Inspection by appointment. Dial 8137. (Mrs. K. R. Hunts).
The above will be offered for sale at public competition on
FrUL.y. the Bih Fet-tu.iry. IH52. .it 2 p.m., at the office of the
undersigned from whom further particulars and conditions of
sale ran be obtained.
COTTLE. CATFORD & CO
Solicitors.
14.1.5215n
.^'.'.^.^^^.'e^ja.ye'JOaSaa^^
r and Veaai.ibte garden The
iildlng haa I bedroon
hall, am
SUMMARY 65th ANNUAL
REPORT 1951
I \srlt.\N( I IN IORCE...................
' ..iMiCI.-a.
\l \V I.\SIK\\(E ..........................
llwilMUWHI Drl,'rr,-d AnnHln.'fl
Dtcom ..................
UMETB
I.IABII.ITIKS.....................................
(-DNTINCIatl Y RESERVE AND
SIRPLl'S .................................
Canadian Dollar.
-1 II -.1127 T'i:
Payawab lo Policyholdrrs and Ilrneliriurif-i rince
the m,. |.n.,n of the Company toUl *462,500.17
MANUFACTURERS
INSURANCE LIFE company
H t D OI.ICI*. 1*1*11 O^C N A
W. a VIONROK A fO.. LTD..
ii, im,
r. o> vEa-raviLLE.
raw ii,,,-,inn.,.
I LTD* L. WALCOTT
LIONEL CKAIG
Ax.nl>.
Oflk*:
K. K. Il,,i.- BaUdUv.
1..,,.. ii,,, ,,l Sir.**
Phon.: tl
VOII / /
for GUARD WAILS and
ENCLOSURES
We have -
EXPANDED METAL
Obtainable in various
Lengths and Mesh
X. If. HOW II I
lumber & Hardware-Bay Slreel
Dial 3306
LIMITED.
REAL ESTATE AGENTS,
AUCTIONEERS,
VALUERS,
BUILDING CONTRACTORS.
151 & 152 Roebuck Street.
Telephone No. 4900


M Ml.W, KUUil'ABV 3, 1K2
SUNDA1 IDVUCATC
PAGB rtrTEEN
GENERAL ELECTION 1951
I'AKISM 1)1 ST. MICHAEL
llM RataeeentaUca of th* People
nevus Provision: i Ail 19M I hereby publish a summary of
the Election Eaeao.es ol tiw following Candidate* for EiKiion lo 1M
0*n*r*l A.aantblr (or th. Parish of Si Vichn*! fur in* Snalon
USI-cM
Mr V Cnftilt
10 M
11 00
<'."iuirll-ri, >Jilk
jfc ------ ss-^**sj a ssranti^iu '
Krplaet M Fresh Milk
the pi lie of frt*Ii
Mr, 1 U HrUar M- M CM
Petty F.xprt.-o KM 3 TJ
1 PifmlM 12 a* 13.M
Lighting of Premise* ,. 7.50 7.M
Printing 157.00 157 00
Newspaper Advertising 3.90 3 00
Distribution ol Advcr-)
u=in Material l Expenditure on Can-) 22.48 S.4J

vaatag | 00.50 20.00
Clarka a M*a*cng*r< 21.M _
Postage. Station*!? ] and lllseeuaneou'l
305 11 344 no
Kp*n*es not |
abov* anumeralad f
--------:, tof
I..: tr.e% would eventually ffnd
Ml as-niaui my.h
.... r"i up. and re-
fresh milk i, nmra
.. M| -h,. u-d wS ESThl-' w"uU' h*Bln "'
r m preference to condensed ,
milk, have begun buying .un-
dented mUk. Thy ..* trying n \/*>nf /*/i niifuf
ee wftethet i!. "*. / If NtijUt
work out
$ 674 81
I 559 11
The Return-, and Documents in support of the above can be in-
spected at my oflkv. Pinfold Street between Ihe hours of 11 am and
12 noon on Thursdav the 8th day of Februarv. 1952
HERBERT H WILLIAMS.
. Returning Ofllccr
.. .heap;.
mil* vendor said yesterday. Bx P ..out 0r tnm-xt
... the tad they -Hi H*< U JuR n eat a*..,.-a ! BSbM ^?
back to rrein milk or even II they lerda > > ,
had HI the niind to. the turn white the public mark,
will clinic when condenaed milk Mocked with fresh m
This ven.kn said that since the shipment cargo from Australia
price went up. he loat quit* a which was discharged al 1
number of ustomers. but be don It will be sold on Monday
iwmiad. "I would rather atw The 85. r-n Tiwikiaa i
a llttla m-lk o.. my hands.' he bIm included sniagr* salmon
said, -than, aril it at a loaa." i ntotal potatoes and eornm.-.
from New York aird a ah
RV said that with the prevent of orange-; fiorr, Trtnldad
price of animal fodder, if mill. She Wag tin onlv .team-hip .
seller* sold their a-'ik chraptt ''ulnle lit*. yr*terday. Apait
they would be selling at a k a* -rom the activity of" the ft
"The purchaser hat to realise that lighters that were .ittendiog he.
when one item goes up, anothe Ci-tikie Bay ..
item must also go up to keep .- The Feat Townshend i." e<
i alaaeg" signed to Ma <. C
He said thin though he ha-l Lid
GOVERNMENT NOTICE
GOVERNMENT NOTICE
ATT- ,. STlCl . ,D*fca,
Amaodanmi, Order. 1W2. No 4 was. h wiU b, pi,i, M ,
01.PARTMENT OF HIQHWAVS 4 TBAN8P0KT VACANCY *.. n r sruars H02
FOR FOREMAN MECHANIC Kail miiih
a.i....... <*-*>** **mmr mi-*m *w u, . mi
4 Tt.'
AltTKLE
The poat la pcnauHialila srlth aag| .. Hm mat MJM _
2.520 per annum In i'li. >oeen
RKTAIL FRICE
not more than;

i -

lag kg a H

App-; aMH for two aggj and iii i -
subject to the elected candidate being passed as medically fit for
employment m ihc Public Btfl
Begf
Candidates should not be leas than thirty i30> years of M
sliould preferably be practUuig m. eapaeatj with at least ten {10i jn hanlcf
They ihould karri k il kgaM
" Cmbualt. i m Breiidnlair.
L..0.,.., gag. DsgUaaatka RolU
*U< ..i.ini trd lo UN Diractai i>. i .. -
BlShgfayi and Trarisp.it:. Bridge i.wi
noon on Saturday. 9th February. 1052
N
I I : ...,,. Hound
in and Ribs .. Ncpnlb
Ban Beef sg,
afutaaan- "
() Ugs and Loin Chop- 4c
ib) Shoulders 4*^
tc) Stew .*. "
Pork
Veat
(a> Lags and Loin Chops
tb) Slew
I -
c .. .,
2*a ox. for 3c,
v\\ il io.\ CM in
NOTICE
In pursuance of section 43 (") of the Representation of the People
(Miscellaneous Provisions) Act 1951 .195I-J5I the summary of the
expeii.c5 incurred try the Candidates for the City of Bridgetown, m
connection with the Election of Members to serve in the General
Assembly for the session I9M-19M. is published for general informa-
tion.
Persons desirous of inspecting the returns, may do so between
the hour of 10 and 11 a.m. dally from Monday 4th to Friday 8th
February 1952. al my oflWe. Co The Vestry Clerk s Office, Parochial
Buildings. Cumberland Street
G. a HVN'OK.
RelurnniK Officer tor 'be City of Bridgetown.
SI MMAItV
Petty r pcnsr<. htcarred bv Candidates :
Mi A I s Lavta 3 88
Mr I I) Mottle. 8 50
Expenditure on Prii.tlm :
Mr. A E S. Lewis t.ft
Mr. E. n. Monley
1 \ixndui.rr on Ne*Apaper Adverttskng :
Mr A E S. Lewis
ftxprndlture en nkstiibutlsui g| AdvertKIni Material
Mr. A. E. S Lewis
Mr. I D. Mottley
Evpendllure en Canvaaalnc I
Mr. E. D. Mnttley
Expenditure on 1'ostaae. SUllenery and Miell
net above enumerated
Mi A. E. S. Lewis
Mr E D Mottley
S 10 00
3 20 |
15.20
S 21.00
159 20
NOTICE
PARISH OF ST. PHILIP. BAKBADOs
DECLARATION OF EXPENSES
I hereby give notice that the returns of expenditure of Messrs.
W. A. Crawford and J. C. Mottley. candidates elected and duly chosen
as representatives for the parish of St. Philip to serve In the Genera!
Assembly of the Island of Barbados, can be Inspected at the office
f* the Superintendent. Government Industrial Schools. Dodds. St.
Philip. Barbados.
Office Hours:
Monday 4th February. 1952 to Friday 8th February. 1952.
from 10 a-m. to 4 i> ni.
Under Act 1951-35 Sec. 43 (7). the summaries thereof areas follows:
Mr. W. A Crawford. PegweU. Christ Church
SUMMARY
Personal living expenses of candidate
Petty expenses Incurred by candidate
Printing
Newspaper advertising
Distribution of advertising material
Amount paid to canvassers
All.iwanccs to sppokcrs ..
Clerks and messengers
Postage, stationery and miscellaneous1 expenses not
-mimi'i alisl
Mr J C Monley, Rices. St Philip
BmHASir
Personal living expenses of Candidate
Petty expenses Incurred by candidate
Distribution of advertising material
Amount paid to canvasarrs
Allowances to speakers ..
Clerks and messengers
Postage, stationery and miscellaneous expenses not above
enumerated
48.50
8.5
13000
35.00
50.00
11.1, Oil
10.00
25.00
395 00
c
50.00
5.00
.111.00
75.00
10.00
I8.M
25.00
I'll is aaliialilf- Pi i (mi ty
SOLD BY
JOII\ M. Ill \DO\ A CO.
A. F. S. a F. V. A.
SELECTION OF PROPERTIES FOR SALE
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mi UWIMI Mil
of
Tllr' l.lltl S
I Kll MH.V Mil || |>
.-hi be a..
\m in
MIL 26th
from 3 -g p.m.
Laitasal later


Baa at* n...iariM
(b) the items "Breadfruit" and Pears Avocado' have bean
deleted in their entirely from the Control of Prices (De-
fence) iAmendment! Order. 1951. No. 22.
The increase in the pi ire of bread is due To the increase
in the prlgg if frinu
2nd Februarv, 1952

Notsj
lite Easily and Cii..'lv with the Aid of a
M.I III III IK
10 in UNIVERSAL RULJ
10 LOG hi i E
Hi Jn in I'KECISION IH.l.K
.Hid also a*
I'M.INFERS and ARCHITECTS DRAWING SCALES
Vim STICKS calibrated in I m mi t.nth
^ROBERTS & Co.
.-.-....,
Dial 3301

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Cloidfii 0*>B.
d.m. Haaty Blaa
1 bun !<. |lh
sth. Idaai lor quick areas* lt>
Town. HoU-ti A Clufc. lUc-tleni
M(a ballung from hihIs be^cli
two mssaaaa disssal. sfesi al the
otT-iUr Ho.kl*y Bftth which la
assrlrr. A cnsnitincHBua Uniagaf
b*lna rooin mm tha mr< depUi
I l ha houae oprnlna onto .1
plruam i..vaTrd porch. There
ar* 3 plaaaaxl btrdrootma, i-.-h-i.-i..
nmpatt kitchen, asrvank.- qusrt-'
ar. arid -iaSa Ot- .rf lha mof
111 hniiifa vri, *(>
MOI.IllK'S HOI M Jl(
An xliir houae bulli ,H ,1
with piisa floor, ai 1
buikliiuta. TH. Haa.
appruH. acn. of P
land onahoaan-zi appaosctww by a
laag aHtirewas (Unhad with rinwi*
planlad rrwilHiajaiiv irm Tha mil
Undllin -a>l r j. Ulii ..I II. 1. -
the vary lovely ><:
iha advantsaa ( !>. .,|| ,.,
ted and caal, wa' r> aas.
un ! Ml.- Lossi la Ira. Ihss,
'haa* .> -nil luwat S iti4a
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modrlllnB aomdllx
'LlhCBBtBO tut .arn*
BaSBSsrtba TMa ,y .U,.^*...
.td u.ll ...,.,,, U(npana/ .1
in pianl arounds. ol it.osa wi
11 csntsina 1 gaJlsrwa .1 ap
>loaad>. lara* lounna. dinti
hltchsn on Aii,am-.i plsn. 1 betl
loom*, aar.n- r'i An allni'llvol'
pUHihad homo infl csrv UJ i-jp
lliahlr i*oininaniwa
RKlSinnNCK. MaaeaUs Co--
A handaufira. wall praaaryea p...
-nh 1 iMdrootnt. ISIS.
inning room. Urw1f,f room, loungi
ailariaa. 9 asraeaa, Miv.Dta
duanara tor ikrao and all wpupl
cmnillm. W.llad iimiiuM ol
. of an arra Innurliut '
nli if privacy r.irlnar detail,
ipon sppllestkin.
ntWAl'S aockky New H.l
A pea.
bunaatf>w a* m.i ilM co.,..
i^iouario-st. Tii- a bsasaeoas. ara
IMOVHrad with waahbsalni and all
havs a cool npoaur* T> .
large kiunac. dinina rosa
verandali. kUrtkaB
merit .m- r>irna,ya eaorewHim
Utraa* and rrvanW' quatlrt- v
detached Aim tif l..,l 1. o.r-
ao.aea as,. It sn 1 lew* are wblalned aCToaa the ull

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i. opart v 1. ideally .11
iwoH peottle Iti thia ever papulal
iU.ohi -iioaiemede'. whiim 1 ...
iwUleU. M quite pr>. aU and
yeratiosh ntnw fee .eileokesl. -
<-M.il ao cesninon with mod,,;
heaiaas. Ttia. b .r.a1.w waj .re. 1
ad skvul ISO* a 1. (oa.1, ,
I wlUt a allllinlr
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seal howac ol ..rapl Hmally Mind
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hsai i-.i aasstaatad I
hsa aajaaaHsssM -nh maei al
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Madam HELENES =|
s
HAIR STYLING APfX |
P0R0 a MADAM
WAKER'S. SYSTEM
n. a, tea. .mi
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Real I--t.nr Ageials Auc Ueneers nnd Surveyors tin- I
PlantaUniu BuildingIMmnc I&40
with ihc rcpuliiltoii
O. F. C. WALCOTT. Major.
Returning Officer for the parish
Saint Philip.
NOTICE
GENERAL ELECTION. 1151
In accordance with the proviMons of Sec. 43 (7) of the Repce-,
sentution of the People (Miscellaneous Provisiona> Act, 1951 I hereby
publish the following summary of the returns of expensed made to m-,
by candidates for 1951 General Election In the Parish of St. Georg.v
The relevant document* may be Inspected at the office of the
Parochial Treasurer. St George, between the hours of 10 a-rn. and
3 pjn. on Tuesday. Wednesday nd Thursday of next week.
Personal Living Expense*
Petty Expenses
Hire of Premises
I'rintmK
Advertising in Newspaper*
Distributing Advertising Material
Canvassing
Allowances to Speakers
Clerks and Messengers
Expenses no: enum-rated above
Postage $ 75.00
Stationery 15.42
Loud Speakers 11.00
Car Hire 140.00
'~-jZ!?'''-'*-''' *-'-'-''- '''
DAgUAItllS |.Allot K
FASTI
\t Till: STEEL SHED
OIKINi'S l-.MtR
ON
si \li\l M-XT. Feb 3rd |
kWi -I 11 p.m. orliarh.
the H^ilndu. Labour I'jrt.
.in hold a
lli.iiiL^i\ii^ SiTvirc
n << UU r
Um Polls
''" i
1951.
1*M Rev, C A. HAVER.
' I Ft.....pal i t ...iniKioc
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rt*#*ta,
II.Miis A a, M
ALL Alll INVIII.I.

Anti-l orrosivi- (iripon Red
K.-.tiii:; I'.,Mii for metal.
Muierva Red l(..oh.. I'atnl
for shingles.
Fit-urn lluiise Painl in colour
i Ihlilu I ikIci i n.it in"
Marine (.lois White.
Alsu
I'.mil Brushes, Turnenline
mid nil .il,., Ftiint MatcriuU.
U-l L Supply Your
Requirements.
00*"*
00*
#01**
t&
v*" ...........MIIIMlia
a'.alaa'
Mr Ban-ow- Mr Millet
1 Xixur* Kxpenscs
v c. 1 %
33.00 33.00
30.00 30.00
2 50 250
49.50 49,50
3542 35.42
28.00 28.00
. 310.00 310.00
21.00 21.00
55.00 55.00
APRICOT FILLINGTin.s
DORSEI.LATins
CUSTARD POWDERTin<
CHEESE-Tins
STRAWliERlUESTina
APKIC(JT NECTARTins
HAMS (Cooked) Tims
RHUBARBTins
GOOSEUKHKIES Tins
BAKED DEANSTin*
ASPARA<;CS Til'sTin-
WALNUTS IN SPICED
VINECAH Bob.
OLIVES STUFFED *
PLAP.
SAI^D DRESSINC.Bot*
YORK SHI UK RELISH
Bots.
TOMATO SAUCE- Hot-
ISINC.LASS-Pkgs
JELLIES Pkg.
BUN FLOUR Pkgs
ALL BRANPkgs.
BUTTER CONCENTRATE
-Tin.
PEARS
PINE APPLETins
I'r ACHES Tir.
C.T ONIONS I
ROSES LIME JUICE -Pots
HORSE RADISHBots.
BARLEY WATEI
MEAT BALI5 Tin^
ROAST HEEFTins
VEAL LOAF-Tins
GOLDEN ARROW RUM

I'l/.AMS A 110.. I Bit,
Roebuck Street Dial 2072 & 4502
SELECT THESE 1H1H>-TiMK
srmpgjES
STEAM
PACKINGS
II I'M--- foi Factory in Industrial Plants
'ALVANISF I'll-I
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AORaCULTURAL forks
PLANTATIONS LTD.
Somvthinff Nbtmt
JL'ST WHAT YOU HAVE BKEN WAITINfi FOK
A Res Range of. ..
PLASTIC WARE
a RKFKICKHATOR. UK CUBES
a KEKRIOERATOH JABS
e COO TKAYS and CUPS \
COASTERS
a NAPKIN HOLDERS
a TOWEL RAILS
a CANNISTER SETS
' iriour, Sucar. Tea, Etc i
a TUMBLERS
. (in all sir*, for lh,-
.*** fv ... Kid. and Adullsl
a TRAYS
$805.1
NMJ4
W A YEARWOOD.
Reluming Offlcer.
Polish of SI. Gac.ru*.
1st February 1.52.
NOTICE
PARISH OF ST. LUCY
OENERAL ELECTION 19SI
In accordance with the Representation of the People Act. 1951.
section 43. Para. 7. I hereby publish the following Summary of
Election Expenuiture. and i*u give noUce that the Returns (Form
No. 14) and their supporting documents can be inspected at my office,
on Mondays between the hours of 3 pm and 5 p.m during the
month of February, 1952
J. E T. Branrkcr
Petty Expenses
Printing
Advertising
Canvassing
Clerk- Messenger:
Postage ,ind Mlscel-/
(
Total
Mafc u. teawot,
S 7.00
HS 42
20.00
nil
48 00
151.02
0tt M
E. L. Ward
$23 00
nil
nil
115.00
nil
nil
1208 00
A. Williams I
S 7.00
50.00
20 00
nil
48 00
177.04
|M M
B E BARNETT.
Returning Officer
O X S E II V I C :
ManHtnc II KKIFNOSHIP PLANTATION. St. Michael
the proven Slallion
BATTLE FRONT
(loloradn Kid Bold Fronl)
HARDWARE
R1CKBTT IrBin Oppo lb Pa a

*V>'*Vrt'/rVi.
if
I'honr 4IM
FEE M8.M
Apply. F. E. C. BETHEL,
r.KOOM'S FEE
Per S*rvlf tl.M
FOR COMFORT
RIDE A
HOPPER
BICYCLE
* {sVfMsjajMBI
THF BARBADOS FOUNDRY LTD.
Whitepark Road
BARBADOS HARDWARE Co. Ltd.
(THE HOUSE FOR BAKUAINS)
HS II. Swan Slrerl phon* 2IM, M0. or 3SM
WEDDING PRESENTS
ANNIVERSARY GIFTS
BIRTHDAY GIFTS
?
We have a wonderful assortment and
will wrap each gift in the special gift
wrapper for the occasion.
Largest stock of Silver and Electro
plated goods from which to choose.
Ai.o
Bone China and Porcelain.
Louis L. Bayley
Aquatic Gul> Gill SaeSB
Phone 4897
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SrXOAV IDVOCATF
Sf\DAY. FI.BRIABY 3. 1133
ST. JOHN'S POOR RECEIVE GIFTS
%4m 3-
Presents Given
By Parishioner
Ml >RI than :K) p
St J..hri's Almshnu i
treat .it St. John by M i Barbadian of Now
Citi rs.\
CHURCH
SERVICES
D in Ihe
Minto*.


Ali BOUI
- I .,-. Ba*
I

fexrurtai Suna-

Raj.
PAYMsn ii.w -ajo am Mi
, <-., Mr D. Stall
WirlTDIAU. * am F H
I
i.II 1 Ml ID MAI li m Mr
M.-Culla
Mr. Md
HA*K HAT), Wl am Mr. J I*

. : | '. .
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T Uir
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m Hv F I-wt.
I p P M
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St 'Mil. And
ifib al
Social Woikei
end a incfnlici ttf the man
I March "'
. of which thi


in the r
i Payne asi 'i

i
ii- fan Mr Payne and :
r .mnng whom

I

The I*..jil. who ra 'll< nalii-
I'll and ghn
i and). ham. cheese, and
showed their
pleasure ul
napp> an ''' charltv

Mi p saving for
Ihe Almshou.se Mid >t with Ihe
help of Almlght.
1 orb, & will kMp
!;. .
it
Ti>nuntrv Road*
hi Had {.ondition




of the II
Of thla p.M
rods mrj brout'H up


Vpeltable thai fund* had otup.


\rar wi
I i
.

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iry nan

Ch. Ch. Will Get
More Standposts
| tcli will 'ii be getting
. i i i i -. rete dust bin.
fa I bm al Rockies and
two - t at ParadiM- Village and the otnai .t
Health
irish at their meeting on Thuradav afternoon.
the invitation M UM atana- <..
Jury lu Visit
Lttcus In 'Quo
-
\ I |t Slt-
it >' -
i. st Paliifkl
...,'.
I ... .
i aeenauuj mm
. d last yeai saw
I
] H

" ihl' '" -i the turn' M
'>>!>-it l.hi-v \li>T." i ni
Jury m the
arts inquest which la
iir i>ii before Conn
A" will
larai la no ltd
'* Id* Street
ifter a raft fell
i hin .vhilc li" .. Jinking

Spclttiistown. on
-iniiary 28
uriua t.. 'in- r.mer..l
Hospital the fame day but died
,hed later. Dr. Browne who irform-
I I.....i.....aoutf l.(, ed al atratatic pomU through- th. ^neral Heap Hal
,-aal. hem-,- II WM i..|N*M|>le out the pariah for the oi.s> me.... JgJ" **" tteeiUTO
lom alt) mon k-OTR "f eollectina refuse m oidri W _^ L-,,mo
Ihi
.
thaj f'l"

a In. h
, ..hen the wind.' wet"- very higl>
,L^ ..nd pH-vented ihe acalia
fuae a> wa-s do i
i. HaW that they had lu
'i. .11 10
'Ireii "f Tl .
,uirl-h lenrlon of this sy-tem of
inced thai coiieetion.
.is (; in turn watch wii being made lit
bhould give to_il.. Saniliiry lnapector*
itnr-M
roved sallfaclory ..n,l tliev <'i* ro(irt
iLrlai more drums *or ,Iie *""
vldenei
-f the
Car Ihimagi^l
- to make then
Chief Seoul Due INexl Week
oopai Iram
im aea.
throwlm*

F' I
an-.
OAl.Kr.ITi I .1

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BBLMO.S'T !l Mr
I
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MOK \H \N

1
Fn-Kli" li i I I
anlM i
ciiai i hii
PtMther Mr W. H
Wr>r. r-"..i"i Ml-.
rinnr.ru ll am. Momma aervk* |.
TTiwhar Mr. i I
*rvle. rr.-.ti.. Mi I
Mr II rnlpr|>rr
I .......B SrtMH
.lr I: C Hrv.Hi
Mr r .^UAHTKIts
NEXT AT 5 f
Groups in St
ly. are asked
Miehaal i i
iv brina
ti*ed On Wednes-
oHt] n**xt aVoopa rfron thi
tiv di it ii ta who can get IntO
town ..re a*ked to make
.' .,
naked to rafM lo Thi
(or Apui. INI, paaa IP, al fa
ptaeUaa the Song "i> On
00 with Me I" m;.
HOOJl -hi. b ill
losing long for the Cams
Sfiottly after 10 a.m. tho unlle
of tin raotoi eai Xitjb owned
and driven by Farid Joseph ol
Worthing. Chr.st Chin.
tenslvely damaged when II waa
. involved in an wldent on Bar-
appealed to the public t.. bareea Hilt. St. Michael, with the
get and oloi car M-a owned and Hriv-
WBUNRSIM Y ha1 ,hP beachen r.nd the sea shore d I by Thelbert Smllh of Con-
I -~.r. not polluted In that m.nnci riltution Road, St. Michael.
*3'
i
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i uuniiiii aoi k
II ai
rviTtdp.- a4-ha.1i. t id
> M I I HI *l II
Tii-i "T :.
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ins lor Vout
I.V IIP 11. 1
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Next w.i-k tin Scouts .( Itiiil..!-
bava the great privlleaa
MTiiing the
('..is..'.'.:1. B
Th l.or*l

arrive at Seawell Airport
lit*
H)
Id
< miumssmner AupMiinted
Mi H S. Jordan, MA the
' -imnisatoiKT of
.ii ;.!i.ikin the
ilutn. nf Aislstanl Corr.i'
ha Bl T'hn The Groups under
si Mar.
John), St. Mark (2nd
Cherry a -.- '3rd St.
!>dge School (4th St
th Oroupa In thli P
Pimples and Bad Skin
Fought in
24 Hours S
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M thai anthaa I haw Iha-y atari >m|
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rha UaMarM. ..mad. t .... 1.1. .
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II aViaj aMi>i
Dodds Kidney Pills
I HOT WATER ON
^ TAP for YOUR BATH
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run arllh Nalur.1 Ua> A tr- an
HO*. as.ll.lN. .1 i.-.r fiA- I
"UHKH. BAY STHES1
GUARANTEED
WATCH REPAIRS
Remember aoj Watch and
Clock Repairs will bl dellv-
ied within waah with .
guaranteed note.
At J IIALDINI I CO..
Ottlce at Ushto} I Id
.* 1 Sirr*!.

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Saxe. <;old. Pink, (ireen.
Kltie & Tanyrrine Ht Yd.
SI.84
in Black, Gra, KmeralH.
(reen. Beiee. Navy. Dark
llroun. Itiue, Pink. Tur-
qiiuiM' 36 per yard S1.91
In 1 iin-r;iM. I irn-n Beige
& Black. 3". Yd. S2.57
GKICY GABERDINF
:ifi per yd. SI.S3
MIAMI l-INKN in Gold.
Beige. Navy. Dark Green.
Turquoise ft Light Green.
36' Per Yard 91.441
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".it ran al lal'iter and (uar van la fan a,n irirr.*. Nraadar * araaiM
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A New Diicovery
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ll i. a M d'i*.T..t. and I. rot "2Sl'i^,'?,l.;,S^'^'".^
totHMi .'11 m.
buma lar a >!
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of
go) ihe services of l
hare* **
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jt andrQul lU,i wc look forward.u.
Guard uf RODOUI "f ScouU. great improvement iii U
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m.iiaWtvH
DOMl TJU'-JtY 3
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known -ti.l 1
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1.. r.ii..i-a> 11.11 - ilad
at !*- *""- '?- aa>ai o .
thanhi uiilo llw LorO. tor Ha M |o0
A vary full and Interesting pro- ard of Scouting ln this area Con-
i,..v i>een arranged for his gratulatloni and Good Lurk
Vigil ami IncUirtea a Wolf Cub ....
Rally on TnaadaJ" 12th. at H < oinnullee Meeiing
it 5 p.m. a Scout Rally on xha Eaacutlv* Ooraunlttai U
Saturday 16th at 3 p.m. and a th,, [gland Scout Council will
r.ir:.| Kiie tlie same night at 8 30 mve| ai Scout Headquarters on
pin Visits will also be made to T\irs main Secondary Boys -v pjn Thaa will dWdda whether
Schooli Harrison College. The It W|(| ^ (K(ttn,i,.
LodJBB School add lomlHTnterw f(l|| (hll[in|,,., ,,, ,
Opixn-luiJty will b. given Jnm.llc4l jBmbora. In Vie* m tho
I Chief to ^e ngM ,2! ,, mrreased COit of pauageg.
as2 .*.
'-' "iliaidmw taatalai'^lMrWknu
.M.n CnlTto UaaiUaa in it 1 i.m
1 I: Oil.li ii,4 >IHi Ikt nkiMo oi-
|HM .Tun raipoMMIa lar uui uhoiimki.
Sotisfoctio.
J II naai lunih*. -"iiin| i-.a niti
m 1 (./fa aonirta*. aaa caoU iM .i
IM UK . ll h*rpa namt. h*al ib- v
dM. iatt and aaf-alj auaaUi
Works f-st
IBM N*atorM > KWMifle*Uf'.
1 Ouorontead
. iBial.iOf nathlnc -i
t ikin w raar aatnMai
N.iaaara. IrMB yo.
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Ui.l ( it ai.11 nan m.O.
uiili, (iaar. laiaath and
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I na<* a4 >! Mln
ia nil T4 aamirn i
To Our Friends
From Overseas
KIX4.MLKY
III Mill \l I \l
ri.iH
AT BATHSIIEBA
Wrh ..me- fH aad olrera 1
normal
Tionpa to Iw visited are:
James Street <4th
1.
-,la- d llaalta
-*.l|4...y Mar
The .
PHOaatl ara_*ian
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Itok'i
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11 11 j \ 1
WEATHER REPORT
YESTERDAY
KalnUll from <,idrlnlMii
.i In.
Temper.iture: B7.9 F.
Wind Vehielt> mtlr- BM
hour.
Harometer (I a.m. I t.ML
(11 a.m.) 2.20.
TO-DAY.
Suariae: e.lfl a.m.
Sansel: 5.57 p.m.
Moon: First Quarter l-ehni
ary 2
l.lghllng: li.OO p.m.
High Tide: 9.M a.m. IU4
p.m.
Imw Tide: S.5 a.m.. 4.39 p.m.
The ,K hke,y """ lh*" '
will ba induced 111 nurnbt
Hi hi,'.-- Seoul PaaaaOl
town) oOTweiiajr ISthatfl dju
Bethel r Mh-nkiand t.--
Wednesday. 13th al 6 30 m St Michael I ( id A I
First Sea Scouts (1st St day afternoon last v
Ichael) on Saturday al 9 a.m. Shankland w
Harrison Cullvge l7lh Bridge- Scouting and
nl on Saturday at 10 ajn. Seoutmnster
(in Thuwl.v*. lth h. will meet Troop rot during
hZ Girl Guido '- ^^i,,, o( **
,,(."' tad th. Flrat
' rSi aaTiiirlas IB, h*- wM <*ke s. ib to uaa rooan
. tooideast Record whwh will in the l..o. I ..nery nr
\*3z
RfdJ""..... a^nrtea Ltd w-
'""' a-
(amp lire example ( te follow
The Camp Fire will \n etd ind ^ ,h(. nishop said
on Harrison College abound! 01 ktnn '.. ih to live wall
Saturday 16 at 8.30 p.m. The a"eo." \ Patrol
public are cordmlly invltad
ihi- ninipiire Ihe progranuna i>'t Cathadrtf
which it is sxpeotad will bt .1 Liaison I'ommisMoner
vary gi>od one. A small admls* Squadron Laadar ittii H u
will be charmil iui.1 thi I udl Alrllni 1 a' pre-
lULOaui will be doaatad i the it in
Vlew Hotel nil!. ho li
not entiieb .1 '
ban. bag iwn appointad '
Imperial Hi
Hi- a ill form Ih)
CoiDjruaatonoi '"' Ba
. ii.in Hoadquatt.
H
hoped
Cootingonl I
1., .;..',
dai nomini al St 1 m Ilia Bar.
1
number of Ihe Old tavourjlo
I rehearsed with 'hi
und< ipi h
|- ::. , Si.Hit S
K.ilph He.idei's Giitig Sho
aliaaraad; they an colUal ,, . mcoi i,in at
'Hie Girb* nf Tw-d.iy". and ,i(Jliers on Mon> Bftarn
SOI SOOUi I I '" fl" .>n Tueada> he will ottl
'here Will !- BOOthai m.eting of the BXOCUtiVt
al SCOUT HEAD- n W
Thcv'H Do Ir Every Time
\\\ )inim\ IVi'!'.
I^RVPACS MOMS
EVERy TH0U6HT
HAS FEEM HOW TO
(SET DAUC.HT&R.
MARRiEO AND
SETTLrTu OoWfvJ-
So COMES THE Bk5 OAy AT LAST-
AMD WHO WAILS LOUT El' 3UCiH TO
DROWN OUT LOHEK^Rfhl^_
svrcrax/KSE-LQotftoof
t"MY BrWl.
POrfT LEAVE MEf
(SOS-OlCAMT I
s beak to see
HERaoL
LOBSTER
LUNCHEONS
which include our
popular
MERINGUE PIES
in Coconut.
Lemon or
Orange
DIAL 9S2M
11.1.524-i
O.i landing In Ihe Tropics. Clothes are uppermost
in mind! The House of C. B. Rice on Bolton Lane, hove
made it Iheir business over a long number of years,
to tailor to the requirements of the Barbados visitor
and resident alike.
The superb quality of imported materials, English
Worsteds, Tropicals, Gabardines and Linensto men-
1 ni- .1 MOUon of Rice's wardrobe of Mens-
weai for work and play. A wardrobe of quallly, value
and pleasuiable wearing.
. II. Rica- & Co.
Merrhnnl Tailor*
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It's a treasure
in every home
&
&&.C. ELECTRIC
mi
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It RafefB
The refniieratini; unit ol the G.E.C. refrigerator is so
finely made lhat it is hermetically sealed after manufacture
and never neadfl mi vicing. This refrigerator will stand up to
any extreme if climateand it's lovely to look al, too!
V-tVI! STOCKS MSm%Y
\RHI\ICD
THi CITY GaRAGO TRADING CO. LTD.
BRIDGETOWN. BARBADOS
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