<%BANNER%>







PAGE 1

PACK EIGHT I! Mill \I.ii-. ADMK'ATE Tl'ESDAV. FEBKl'ARY 12. 1M Seventy-five Entered For March Meeting An Intercolonial Flavour 75 horses look entry of the Barbados Turf Club annua March meeting wtW < Uy afternoon. This is a record the meviunt ai this time of the year and also ties with the previous record established at ihe August meeting last S ar. kt Barbados u fait becoming Jour, 8—Sweet Rocket. 9— DeJ centre of racing for the Wind* mure. 10— Vaimcvii. i: PI ward and Lecw ird isinnda of the Dragon. J^uer Antllla* Waiarmrhaaiieti by BACE NO. IS—SI-BIN*. HAN. .he fatthat hones from AnUjiua, D1CAP *ihing PrinS 1 S? d J? Lead Navy Lose Hockey B.G. By 198 J Rung Match I • %  • %  entered both in B and C iU. and in the Igth and list race* on theBow tttrd day ftelda of 17 and 19 RACE NO. 1—BBIIM.t.TOWS respect iv el \ orv due to start. These HANDICAP (r\ 1-y.e,. S^ fr.t numbars, it is hoped will dwindle I—Apronuak, 2~May Day. I— bj. the actual day of racing as it Cardinal. 4—Cavalier, 5—SeedIs hardly to be expected Uiat the U ng. g—Rambler Rose, 7—Cotrack at the Garrison will be able Jumbiu. 8 — March Winds. 9 — to ;iccommudata auch quant it n-* gunlna, 10—First Admiral, 11 — 11w feature rate, the Bartudos Caprice. Guineas, attracted a field of 11. of RACE NO 17—B.TX'. 1IANwhich Hon. J. D. Chandler's tilly g UAr (A B enlj. 9 far.) Dunquerque is expected to start ]—$•„„ Budget. 2—Embers. 1— favourite Second favourite will u, vw Sprite, 4—Notomte. 5—Rebe Mr. Cyril Barnard', guiding, „„.,, g—Landmark. 1 Cavalier, and other* who ara COHg_Gun Site. 9— Furlady. in ceded a ciiance are Cardinal >nd Hil[T ,,,.,.,.,, Suntns. The Barbados Turf Ctul. S(ak- xhird Day. Saturday, for the top clans received an entry March Hlh 1* 1 b A ^JL ^T* wHS^*' *" %  N It—MARCH HANways. 9— Firelady, 10—^Dashing blr. left Sprite, 13—Topay. Barbadoa defeated a team from |-'II(T.OF-SC*IN"P-K"~;I theHM.S I*evonshir e 4 goal* to S^S SSSSSBH oL/^^'E^EdSrM,^: aim ITIIU__ O._ M J-. M,.U,.„ 1 • I ween British Guian i esM aesti The taanu were .— Devon*mr r : Slum Mm %  rossuM Watercress, •—Cross (ltltt ., Queen's Pa^rk OvaT tnd lur Barbadoa. Holligan and Jain D. Yearwuod. K Craney. D. Giant. Second Innings England made 2 innlllpand R in he, F...1 Inmiia*. but India l' pl ,v< a .."_ ood %  "*. %  *." Muscle played a great flphtmi; foi twenty.nine runs. British Guiana, 82 for two Andrews. iKln r.ilyin* to Trinidad'* 36" %  %  ckbooe of their bnttina l efnre lunch and were all out at 4.20 p.m. Camacho top scored with M, his llrsi fifty ever in Interi otoBatl cricket which he has been playing for eight Skeete amastied Brilish Guiana's batting with good length ajiara and googliea and claimed a ban of four—Persaud. Mc Watt. Palmr, Camacho— for 44 runs In 21 Off i M n py ly the little t-xtra that Ui Barbadoa players put in at times which won the game for them Barbadoa got their first goal i about 20 minute of ggfl row thc v had been managing to get the game eoniii their opponent' area. Th Devonshire goalkeeper had been kept hard at work, doing i> good job of saving, but on ihls i (.canon, he had merely hit that ball lustily out of their aren when the Barbados right winger >*xuck. Ladies Beat Cadets At Water Polo In Ihc two W.ICT Polo nuld %  ...HI .Uokr t* ,d Ih. bill to P 1 "" 1 "' Aqu.110 Club > %  coat of 83 runs, to-day, bringing his figures for the match to 12 wickets for 108— were jRUkeslB Mr .) | Dunquerqua. 2—Apollo '.'I r r -'|k,|,e Surprise, JZ M „ u. v 4-Sary Ann. S Fudget, a Slainte. 6 Biver %  * g—Uaher tertte, T-Rgd Cheeks g Flytog B A C K NO.' 28-ST. ANN'S Dragon. 9 Demure l.l U,.dHANDICAP tG. 7J fsw.)-l— % %  *J• —-•at a, .#. Betsam. 2—Vonwise. 3—Cottage. H . M ,T d r" .* kr V ,C -Twinkle. 5-Joan's SUr. 6— r? M *' aM %  '"•T 1 Pisdcm. 7-Condcvon. 8-Bill> %  l^iS m i?!S? r %  l"* 7 0 .^*' fey. (^Hosette. 10-Blue D.atwrSSreit Siu-I, P-Ahu" Ah! m '-^.' 1 % %  S V i £-li*W YEA. ^S-SS£ Gaya/i't^^h %£l. r 5S2g $ '*-ZZ££ Ti Flutter. 14 -Fllle ryiran. T !" a^ArSi'du 7-WaujT *"—•* Baee No. 3-Chebe. •taha* (F. ToDl> II Far.i —1—Walerbelle, 2—Jolly Miller, 3—Sunlna, 4 Sunbjram, .''—Caprice. 8— March Winds. 7— Clementina. 8— Miss Friendship, 9^—First Admiral, 10—Rambler Rose, 11—April Flowers. Baee No. 4— Barbed** Galneas <1J Far.l—1—Cavalier, 2—March Patterson beat Miss M. King arih Miss E. Worme. 8—2. 4—8, 6—2. Men's Singles unfinished. Today's Match** M 1 %  i %  %  %  V A lleuiaiiun Scr. vs Mr. and Mn. I I I Worme.—40 hough there were missed. KIMIIUI i-> isiwmpa an — IT nonwoa | ,,l • h nrtiiBilrn fllhh. < %  A**nll F""le nuiinck '• Demaune Topsy, 6—Arundi -Doluium. 9—Sweet RoeswC 10—Aim Low. 11—Tibe>ii Lady, 12—Abu Ah. 13-French Flutter. 14-Lunways. IS—Test Match, 16—The Thing. %  17—Devil's Sympathy. 18— Magic Gayc, 19—Castle in the An. Wind,, 3 — Fir.l Admiral. ,t !" '"• ? „" .I W "Si i r-a, Srcdlint. 7—May Day, 8— AuroSumiui. i— Canlmal. i-Maini. „,.„., *a~ N.. S-B.T.C:. KUka. (A Caprlre. 11-R.mbler Row. *„ —V Furl—I -l.in.lm.uk, 2—Rlv I liuillan who win. hlobbad In aqual it ,„ (pv iMrey and Hall. •I,.. lint iniilnlook half in hour At ball inn,. Uir >cora wai lllll The ond gam.. a. much In et off Uw marh. ri each faster than the first Barbadot M> wilh-ut loot. Barbadn, soucad a iniiiule aflOT wored five tuala In the flrrt half. i Once the oeKlnning of the second half. ..„„ ,(,,. bowV forward iiiananed to The Navy, whole learn WM men %  hard battle to let runa. acuttle the ua" lo his team motlly codeu UapmnM afUrr lh' %  l be 1'ielilinii all day WM lond nlfellow, and Andrews who romtorval and conceded only two ed a long pass, aftor t.piHng goaU during the aecond ~riial. tne ball into position, look a Th. Navy s Captain Guy Howling hard, swiping, but accurate shot gv a good aceouot of hlmnelf lo put Barbados in the lead again "; c '' vln ef*. >bPP"'t from K. Another aUen.pl was reoeatxl. Maehm Howling was Navy backone bnmd th,. rvvun"trolte .nampion for 1B51 weieu he ready. %  ".''' ffi? Rcy """' Collc c The delcrmirtalion the DevonHartmoutb. ,n jSy&gS ngf^ajt Browne Barbados playci^ from penetraUni their area and a few minutes .t this gave them the advantage. Barbados took the aggressive in .,( the game and ....sitionen himself well ... ti .. < %  :. lie name was now 3—2, Barbados leading. "i fore the •tntk i> m-nminu ** •s Total BOWLBHi ANALYSIS Sprite, 3 — Slainte. 4 — Flying Dragon, 5—Gun Site, 6—Embers. 7—Harroween. 8 — Firelady. f Rebate, 10—Notonlie. Race No. 8 — Rprlng Stahea fjfj winners, 1>^ far.. — I—Sweet IVcket, 2 -I>oldrum, 3—Wutercresa, i ways, Flieuxce, 8—Arunda, 8—Topsy. Mai i Foretops Win Navy Match TB.IMWAU • %  Dneiiiai BACE NO. 23 — DRILL HALL *.„„., asi • II/CAP (F, 4.y.o. op. 9 fur.) 1— aii.*n - ~' Waterbelle. 2 — Miss Friendship, 3 — Betsam. 4 Clementina, i — Sunbeam, 6—April Flower:-. Jolly Miller. 8 — Diadem RACE NO 24 HASTING?* UJBb. an Lad,, 5-U.njj^, <£ *&£& J = ^ 8—Dashing Prineesa, 7— B'Ir*n 4 The Thin*, 5 .ce. 8—Arunda, 8—Topsy. .j,,,, V|ew D Durham Jane. Race No. 7 1I.B. Create 7 Swr#e Hickt. 8 — Arunda. Slakes -en. 2 NOtOOm, 3 in their turn at the wnket Oatcake 5-Apolio, 6-Vanguard. PW;: W, m "-.' ^^ Su -ET Fnl '" 1 1 "' ; 7-J-JI.I.S n..w — RehatO, 6 — Bed Cheeks, their opponents by seonn,; Kl 7 — Gunsite. River Sprtl | a |si. losin — Landmark, lo v.. m am W irk. t-. 11 — Demure, 12 Fuss BudHutting for Maintops. Wheatl< t — Firelady. 14 — Plying mpstored with rmllips who SIM s ._ n tvmu Mrr. Guy Dowlhad all along been playing a Spod 1I1R (Capt . R. Maehin, H, Leak, supiiurliiig gamf, viorcd the l-st I Harding, J. Avila, A Cunimm. goal fo r Barbados-. and F Malyon. Race No. 9 — Dalfcrith Stake* i II Only 5>j furlenga) I— Belle Surprise. 2—Fuss Budget, 3—Pepper Wine, 4—Demure, 5— Rebate, fl—Harroween, ~—Vasmeen. Second l>ay, Thunday, March 6th Race N. 10 — CaaUe Uranl Haadlaap ID, 5, farloniM. I Usher, 2—Apollo. 3—Oatcake, 4— alary Ann, 5—Dunqucrque, 6 Colleton, 7—Vanguard. Race No. 11 — Maiden llandlrap IV maldena, I|4j lurloiiK-i I The Thing, 2 -Castle in ttM Air, 3—Aim Low. 4—Blue Nelly, 8. tfabouya, 6—Freiiih Flutter. 7 Mnglo Oaye, 8—Durham Jane. 9 Dim View. 10— Test Match. 11 Devil's Symphony, 12—Abu Ah. IS—Ractan. 14—Fillc D'Irun. Race No. 12 -II.B. t rr4e Hindi asp (U. I|4j rurleiura) 1—Vonwi-c, 2—Condevon. 3—Twinkle, -i-Blue Diamond. 5 Diadem, 6 Joan'i, %  Star, 7—llillv Boy, 8—Gavotte. i* ,l, ; u Jl ul ft—Rosette. 10—Cottage. II—Belsgm Race No. 13 — Chelsra Handicap (F. jeae olda, Ji, HMU.M I April Flowers. 2—Miss Friandantp, 3—Sunlepiim. 4-Clementin.i. 5 Waterbelle. 6—Jolly Miller Race Na. 14 — Garraaon llandlrap ok Ihe only Vrfgfcgt fur Foieloim ' overs for 81 runs. Out of a total of 84 runs Sinclair, a young Australian lopscured for Foretops with :. promising 41 not nut; G scored 21 and Waugh 13. Anan.l The Barbados "' %  K'"""' >'" was the best bowler for Ifelnti I lerdsy ""undatlon was in the lead. 8—' It..we. Olaajgaysr, St. MlObaal'l tiirl.V too* the Watt*. Bl own LnlUaUfa In the *econd half. iowSt. Michael's Girls Win At Netball Checks. 4—River Bprtt*, 9 Hmpham, and Roach. Mabouyn. 6—Arunda 7—Darham The refrree was Mr. Siveyer FO They'll Do It Every Time By Jimmy Hatlo IT VAXLOJT I SOB4P,6VTT-OSC 'TOR." &J£ i-lAS ID HER BRWwS ALWAYS LEAVE TVJE HO*oST OALORES IN FfCNT OF OJK. HOUSEl*dM-a ; 11 llunte. J. Chandler. A Kckatain, P. Pitcher, J. Chandler. F. Carmlchael and M Taylor. Cadeu. McKinn. Maish, W. Murdock. Pelrev. Horton, Hall. Coutts. /liiriKid'M A. Weatherhead, A. „_ Hunte (Capt.). I Vearwood, G. ^'f SS M'Uan. M. Browne M Weatahetf H* head and N. Portillo. WHAT'S ON TODAY Court Of On,:.ml liiriMin tlon. 18.00 a-m. Police maerature: 8S.5 F. I .n.--: TemperatHre: •8.8 K. Hind \riocit>: S miles pee hour Barometer: (• am ) S0.82* (8 p.m.i >.V.*io TODAV hunrlse: 8.18 p.m. in.."! i. Q p.m. Ma-n; Full. Fefc. 18 I i.; Ill i ii.. p.m. Hilh Tide 4.39 ajst., 4.41 Low Tide: p.m. 10.43 a.m., 11 If 'toil pyorrnea In 14 Hours •r lh>( ill | %  .th or moaar • l.i|iU %  >..' kUK. I.,I IsRSsiMLES .stpii la 18 aiialai %  lnar4l M|rta auna lo lira !" i oi only alopa II Ik* .. -11. Bright Red, Grey, Mid. Orson. HARD GLOSS PERMANENT GREEN with Grey undereoating PAINT KEMOVER fur the easy removal of old paint. I'h.ne I2§7. 1156 WILKINSON & BAYNES CO., LTD. I I *a FREE HOOK |\lii.ii Make. GOD'S WAY OF SALVATION Th.' moM .IH.iai. %trnt for your ......I .nlmi.iii clolhcc wllk • • %  Khus Khus BUNCHES OF KHL'S-KHUS GRASS E.ch ** UIX ORATED as KHUS Kill s HANDKERCHIEF BOXES E>ch ,..•* 8 KHUS KHUS SACHETS bdi II.U K-" 0 KHUS KHUS HANGERS E.ch J l-W CAVE SHEPHERD & CO., LTD. 10, II. 12 & 13 Broad Street VLAOr S. Boberts. C.oapel J 0 Book \ Tract Service, 88 V > Central Ave Bamer, NX ;, BRUCE WEATHERHEAD'S LTD. NOW SELLING AGENTS FOR"THE BOOTS PURE DRUG CO.. LTD. NOTTINGHAM. ENGLAND (WHOLESALE and RETAIL) WILL ACCEPT ORDERS FOR — Boots'—Veterinary and Horticultural preparations Boots'—Pure Drugs and Fine Chemical*, Toilet Preparations, Medical and Pharmaceutical specialties and tablets. Wo have in Stock al the Barbados Pharmacy the following:— Boots'—tJripe Mixture "—for babies and young children @ 1/6 Boots'—"Gouldings Cough Mixture"—Speedily relieves Coughs and Colds and Bronchitis especially for chidren ( a 2/Boots'—"Worm Syrup"—a pleasant remedy suitable for adults and children @ 2/Roou'—"Iodised Licks"—for Horses and Cattle @ 3/Buota'—"Castor Oil (Tasteless)" very best quality B.P ai. 1/6 and 2'6 Boots' "Bicarbonate of Soda"—1 lb. and \ lb. Pkgs Best quality B.P 2/& 18c. Boots' Ointments of "Resin" <$ W. per tin "Zinc" 9 W "Sulphur" (fl) fkj„ ,, "Boric" @ 9d "White Precipitate." all put up in tins, and guaranteed lo be of British Pharmacoepia quality „ @ tU each Boots' — "Lornox (Horticultural) Synthetic plant Hormone for Lawns, Flower &• Kitchen Gardens. @3/6 Boots'—"l)i Armstronv's Tonic"—Rich in vitamin B, the btat tunic for lowered vitality, loss of appetite, nervous debility, sleeplessness, tho best thing for building up strength after influenza and other weakening illness @ 3/6 Boots'—"Supersan"—A safe. Non-Poisonous disinfectant for personal or surgical use, a germicide that is six (0) times stronger than Carbolic Acid 2/3 Boots'—"Husk Mixture"—for the treatement of "Husk or Hoose" in cattle and sheep @ IIBoots'— 'RegFsan Children's Tonic" — Contains, bone and flesh forming ingredients—for thin, quickgrowing and delicate chidren; easily assimilated @ 2/6 Boots'—"Lysol"—British Pharmacoepia quality @ 2 3 &; 1/4 Boots'—"Digene" Stomach Powder. Antacid, absorbent, corrects acidity, relieves pain and discomfort, remove toxic ferments, and restores appetite @ 3/6 Boots— "Kaolin Poultice'—B.P. Quality @3/6 Boots'—"Boric Acid"—Guaranteed to be of British Pharmacoepia quality, specially selected for medical purposes. 4 oz. size 1/oc 2 oz. size v 6d Boots'—"Phenosan"—brand of Phenothiazine Compound, for worms in Karm animals, and Poultry $1.74 Bool* —"Girard's Jaborandi Hair Tonic with Oil "—for the treatment of SEBORRHOEA CAPITIS, (Dandruff) which is the common cause of loss of hair „ @l/6and2/6 Boots—"Violet and Jasmin Oils"--A Toilet preparation of extra quality and fragrance for the hair @ 1 '3 & 45c. Boots'—"Dandruff Lotion"— (gi 1/9 Boots'—Albany Bnlliaintine"—Liquid @ 92c. Boots'—Aspirin Tablets"—a bottle in every Home @ 18c. Also Boots'—"Parish's Food" for children @ 2/6 And Many other Preparations, Manufactured by this famous firm BRUCE WEATHERHEAD, LTD. SELLING AGENTS FORTHE BOOTS'PURE DRUG Co. LTD OF ENGLAND



PAGE 1

11 ISIMY I'KBUI \i;\ It IM2 BARBAIMUiV.lCATE I'.U.I I III,' I E.G. Rice Had All-time Export Of Packaged Luxury Grade Being Pushed In Caribbean Record Crop AT VIMIVI %YXOI i I rum Our Own f'nrrrtpondrnt) C.EORdKTOWN*, Feby 8. AN all-time record was set by the B.G. rice, industry during the crop vear ended S>ptcml>fr 30, 1951. reports Mr. H Peter Bavlw. Majujger al Ibe Rice Marketing Hoard The total exported unoUDtod to -!8..t88 tons. The annual requirements of the various West Indian Islands, as provided, fur lUKttt erm contracts negotiated in 1947. totalled At the time wiu-n the contracts were'negotiated, it **. realized that wese requirements could not be met in full immediately, and the Board accordingly only guaranteed to supply 80 par cent, of the total, n>. 23, \'£i tuns. During 1950. tor 1 hah MM PM slnOB the execution uf contrarta, pc, i rd found it possible i" bring i \)il of ihe fi U li u oljv.ou.sl> uui p4.i>i<.t 100 p*-r cent. %  •( the requirements Ihu. U*u; added Mr. Havyh^ to of Uieso Islands, und 11 was ooh estimate ihe total quMias the result of shipping dlActi rice wnscfa Uv tie* toward* year ana that a will lxablr lo ni.irkel unmi.illy small balance remained nutIn the future, i • m stJinriing fir shipment to Trmievident thai Ihe Jnnu>ka market UacV w>ll absorb some 3,000 Small Balances '">* P* p annum. In 1951 the Hoard again Much wilt, however, depend Kuarantced to supply the full ^P !'• a.'aitability of su| | 10ft per centbut on more in'he vvi> high itantkud i*-u,utfii .idoQuacy t shipping opportumWT packaging, and. *rft> ties Towards year-enA the Uouid L^. pan in small balances remnlnlng nilMtllil ... SMJ of in inducing ouWandlni for abhsnatn 1 .• %  %  EBtra Trinidad and Bnrbartoi*. lh-hv% sir.. %  f<" which is Of the balance due for shipment <"* *u P* b,i|! higher than lo Trinidad WSJ ... M IS %  ff* I by January 3, IfiU. awl the balance due lot is. Lemi! delivered u upi grg ;.vliable. As regards thai shipping dlAeultk countered for two successive vears — with peace prevailing thoae diflWullies might era long smooth tlK-inaolvas ou opiued W0VI -.. ... Mr. Bayley. and added "but it "* Biumati ... pay doss not eem too early for any pwiuuMis w UftMl parmarMnt, organisation such as the Board u.u..uuy .,i.u castu to begin planning for the acquisHOI .tion of ships of Its own to <.... ], %  motion Of .i enable it positively to cope willt Synmiuuus, aecunued i>y Hon. future devrioamants in the mv. < <_.... In. Vestrj uiviueu !•• duttry and. consequently. ID HI* fcuogel for an additional sum Poor Relief, which would an increase, of 204 on the amount of pension now granted 10 the destitute, old and inium ol the pariah, and from which Ihe Si. \lii Intel's Wstrv Pensioners W ill be Paid More Thr-r EpiKCOpal Bivliop< atl'iided the Provincial Synod held for the ant not* m Nasaau. Bagasses. Uu> wmtai baft to Ugbt. tlicy are: thr Right Res-trend 0 I 0 M.udivilU-. Lard U. U-y uf Barbados. Us Right Kev.-ni.il |l. U Dale. Lord Bt-liop of Jaaisica; the Eight RrvvtcuJ U i WiUn Lord Bishop af TrlaidAd: tbc Right Bevrrcnd Spsnce Btirtoo. Buhop ' Nawuni. tba ato^t Rl Ht Mattho* %  Church, of Na--.au, stand* behind thr Bishop of MaastU and thr AraMsaop 01 HH ffeat Indies. The Buhopn ware received ey the Governor of Nassau shortly after their arrival theic Thr Ud Bi'U.uf ol Naaaau hold a recepUon at Adding ten House. On Sunday, the vUiUni Bishops preached in various N Pr6videnci> rbn THREE PLANES GHA0B • Frvm r*gr l Uie roof of an apartment haaaaa. The plane WBWB*I j >*.d 'iiiiig the roof top*. It bared the roof of an orphanAhich 60 children w.ie sli-epiug and amashed into a #s. on.l apartment housat four and > half blocks east of the first Ileegned to expaora Into lire wilh the impact sliowering IBBW ovej MM o'f of the building. Bui i.nU the heavy landing wheels and ;r..i struck the budding. Thwings and fuselage allde Km\y oed and amashed int.mud(9 phv-Arid of the orphanPugn Iran ikm< aaana ul, of the fuselage hd nmn the wing gas tanks. The ItttpaCl i necked them long enoin;l i v.iig oassotutars to save thenaeives atsd to iescue totTta . loo i u i, Paaaerahy inshel Into UW wreckage and one ol than\ Htcuevl Hsu Taylor. wBo was haagmg (own from a safety l-lt which bound her to the "Jump" seat Meanwhile the top floor of the apartment house already was roaring with the Three nrcnBjpta ol the apastuienl I'd were killed Kuslri and RM %  --pilot ( %  Sinclau *ra auiong the ue-*l \ %  Wit enginuw waa uUsaind and dead. The weather had Holding |o do with t 1 Expression of Sympathy From W.I. Archbishop n .rkt-t The Board at uw preaeid timr ~'^''.]. %  '.!.. „. %  .ind oftlces in Wa.er Btteel which a be ipleled b April, at a cost of over half .li Uni i.slB 0 !" "' auardlana ai their distioo ol ioe ships to eavum cretion will pajr an meres* Klix.-tKn.-corulng U> eontracta. oasul pensioners, according t" Bl least with the Wwi Indlea P-" ucula. cases. does not seem beyond the bounds The Vestry also agreed to an ->li _. i of reason tn view ol the likeliamendment by Hun. V. C. U-k : fllllllllir* hood of considerable expansion a motion by Mr. Symm/Mi I In the industry perhaps in the the Vestry bring the amount of not too distant future. pensions now being paid to their Packaging Plant retired servant* into line with In Junuar>. 11*51. the Board pensions paid by Government, instiled, In its warehouses lu Coosoquemly, Uie Veatr) %  gitasl Georgetown a small cxpavimcntal nu \ pnekuging plant for uaekaaln* to have iheic .Solicitors draw up high grade whole grain rice in small cardboard Tho reason for embark this new phase of opvrat Baylea (From Our Own Correspondent) r.KORCJKTOWN K*sb. U 'THK announcement nf Ihe Kind's death came aa a tremendous shock to us all. It would have been afflictin %  news al any time. lo| His Majesty was greatly admired # „ and beloved by His people tnrou^hout the world; and au die coming as it did. after we had been given reassuring Hail Technical Education ID U Wilt H\Kfl\t;/o\ MJ,OI r t Darhagh nrnant Tvebnicai Guiana, lactui htsj lo %  largi ii nigh' %  BCCOUntg of His Majesty's convalescence from his MTrOUg l '' "ssveg illness, and when we had heard of plans foi | tu>)n(a\. %  nng thr erortD i nmntim l*tv*ltt Xiljounwd K LV Ahreu EatwK E Desne Oonjl Pleas sun ,in,ii sras set dowii for haafftni % %  i i ,.' Court before IrM Ailing Puisne Judge His L*"ui rathei II K in by which he night Increase I auBitj whicli it VII hoped w.mld restore the King to health and itTVBsgtfl tO contmuL' the didumis duties ol his • A.ilted Orrke. we found il at lirsl hard to behnve and then harder to bear ThiKing has at all* season-. \1. i Darlington wa> La> given himself unsparingly to the on rechnkal •fTVlc.M ,iid he and Trailing Chairman ol (hg fun ihe Qtieen have endeaved themll0n wag Majo, C I ( v Jdl.oectluns of the com..„• ,,„ :i Aju mtiudu* -' Their example of Chrtallan living and Bainim.-d hoim.le has been an inspiration •d E K IV ilma Wakott n bi C ttlifalford %  E F [Jean.•v S.-..1 h itppennng fnr Mrs. Liitt Smith [ J£2£2n&& !" %  •am super ihe necoaenry Petition to have boxes, um mtroduecd in the legislature twofold, l Trade Bursrie^ i. urred ,d vread-en-hoop, llrlti-h Guiana many, and tin Soimtors dfaw ui lh tale Wu,l,n W 1 Harper. %  Mjpray for the rafoaa of the soul Jp and a Hater of Mr Olga D f King George Vflt* u Symmonda ,and Mr. AW. gt lo give thank* W Almighty Harper, acting I'ollc*. Magistrate Uotl ,„ r whaI> by m, gr.ee, trl i,iduMll.il f this island. King has been to us and to our nonal train .k-r to Ih,. ... .., Da Wrddinrirathwaite —Glasgow .1.. uik Darlington OMafld in ii'f l A-.*: Wt.lo give thank* Pj Alodghty \\,\' x %  ,\.( ",Val -lenu c-oinmi Mi lillM also %  WOfk :. (im .there she nude in.ii. Wei Her husband predi n few vement and sorrow %  1th Hi own heavenly comfort. To eui new Quean who is now i.dk*d upon to lake upon liei \-uig ahopld-.T.-tlie cloak <>f BbOnBrnlth was married in fellow riti/ens In all parts of th. nvpstigate the possibility of un ,nc suggc-xiou of Mr, 1). C ipiu lo the late Mr. Jaraes Brltiib C m. nwuallh. osUbliahing an export market for I*aeock Jnr.. the Vestry del a Headmaster of a PresOur deep sympathy goes out to a 'luxury' grade ,,( ,lL '" L '"' 'deration of B motion by Mr. byteri.ui School In Br. Gunuia Queen Mary. to Elizabeth the sold at 'i -nonattractive, prinSynur, \v i. ,.,nwhere she has resided ever i^iu-cn Mother and to all the meinilian that obtainable rot rtc* % %  < f •" active member ben of the Royal Kainily. and we bulk form, thus providing a new trade buraarhM to the .hildi--, ol uf ,,,,, %  *• %  1 "'^ MelhodUt nra v that Go.| will sustain them and additional source of rev.:; n Itraltened drcumfhnrch and Sunday Scho.il. and for the industry; and %  econdl wa * r >" P"P"i;"' n '*"' Mg .. corusumer demand in Mr. Leacork pointed out thai n >"* the expor. markets for British Committee Guiana ric sold under a regiequestion of Vocational and Tech*" "X K"pJSSr-of u %  ;;', il,," 1 ;;,:;;;,' s-v-* !" !" mail o£i£ u.clca hieh MV,„. I\1.II„ !" n.„ .'', • yw " %  Shr lmv. tnwi !" loyillj u. i .n.iiira.. May G'l pa£ !" hromih u prora. InvoWS'' 1 *"*-.. wb %v <"vuimi thcoo or whom. -Dol." Is well r.. I*. ..! Ill> (ran-.ml bteoinf m7?hr r^ntoval iTbromSi nd CommilKv on Ihr ,„..,i,., II,. kl „,„,.. . ,, ,,.,. ,„,.. .. Tl„goewtl damancl S after whichi H """-'"^ -UMCMM Iha, Ihe :,ic^ Bnroadi. To all her rcUl.vr. j. ALAN GUIANA, waa pnrkaiic.1 in atlracUvcly '""' b v su .Svnmonu* lie 'Icierthe Ad H'kotraphed hoxc un.leo lha red "nl M aympalhy nraiul name of Tcarl Rice %  ">•• %  WM nm-eeU\ lll'H carton, of 24 bones, making a I.-w Guardian, lhat Mr. Springer's _,.,.. ., lolal of wi II i roc freah milk supThe ucalh oci carton. It was decided that tb. • %  "I the porbh be J !" J r S*B. !" r ,i'Er ,^'L rice ahoilUI b.. offered P" plBt Mr. T t for sale in heJamie market. I' MO. Wanted and a trial shipment of IB8011 n wai al %  Il carton.. ,y,uivnl.-nt U 4511 Ion. .i„, r |„ ,.. m „ U :\ trOflt .piallfled. fSfnmLsioner ,A \IMI*5IL WM NtouRlI for sale through il medical „ract,ti..„er. lo HeTolned th Civ, commodity Service Company of Oil tba n> ml I Ill T r.nld hc Upward laUnda a SSa lUroed f. war.'. u „.,l he retired He has vied a< %  irum, one of the member' Administrator of Antigua. St ,; Ol til, kind, HI addition lh technique of tool BlMilpul ,. edding took ph. %  on Sunday .it the Mount Sluaj IP 1, Cliureh Uelweeii Mi.. GUagow <>f Kagle Halt il K, IM b Brtln I ,,l Mi and Mr. Joseph ,.t Alkln: ll.p, SI Ml, ln„ I I r I.I ,,i, gu given In luarMi i:hi, Al ,,| %¡ h., horl v.„ .itn.ii in the ukoi'i In lie United State. A H p*'rfurmad this by li I li I fl* „ ,,,, t Aifhhlhop of th< W, LABOURER GETS A MONTH A sentence of one BftOfP %  gut %  %  (looding, a laboun ,f Glebe Baynes retired from Oovernmeot lja|uL Sl Michael, bj II Service .in 145. He was then sr|iu Wt ( H GrifTUh. Acting lice Magistrate of District "A"*. ,.ak • --. !.-> % %  M****** 0 // %  //.-. lit catgsBgMM il> ivatfgun frnn, Mood pun rnhr blood may pains, -c i'l :m.l fJarkc'v I %  Kingston. Jamaica. Delivery effected in thmj. shipment* comprising 5,000, 4.800. and 6.+W cartons forwarded in April. M and June. ]9S\. ftnmi having nvked to lie Despite the rela'lvely high (l price at which this rice waa retailed in Jamaica, consumer — %  %  %  lespouse was so good that UaRC , t wr 1# was an Immediate demand Br T^'boill* AlMl W I'lfgVC rurther *upphe-. tut tinB m a position to ivle| ||'l. r .. r l-'a-r v l lr*>ruul'i | D y furthei iiuantdio. bift, "Mil T I Or UH IWd .he harvesta^ ..f the iMl GHhNAUA, t'eh. e, AutumiiCrop Tll( s ,„ „,.,,, STfrtaba n a I i-i -• %  %  i g aj r iBBI anpointei o.. .. teuip.-rai> eonTbe llni.n.u.1 .i.an Pearson. 4S. forI'Tcpurunent |g e.lden.. Wi ll..re Cafgeer flirt that profit oi : Laboui Adv.-realized on tho sale of the I ud s PaWson shipment of 450 ton-.. U)U be "table industrial g| prolit after writing oil he full cost of the plant — 111.372 Since Ihe end of Ihe Auti Ki" and 'KTClSI'lti He Ut threa % % %  : 1 %  found guilty of pair of eye glasses tgie' f Gertrude lasts during the p August 1951. The gtamia were stolen (ro < ihe Qecvgnl Boom al Westoii. Worthinc. f'hnM Church. Good"' uig was anesled by Cpt 5*5. loss iah as a result of 1 search %  PRESIDENT M.P.C.A. C\ iEORGETOWM r Hon'bif Uonel Luckhoo ii-i %  ,,.i.iiutl) 1. -11Cral Presidtnt ol the M.'ui-1'on.i Cltucn*' AtvM'iauon, largi union in I' 0 %  'tor writing oil he v. expen<%cr and ti I at the Lie of '-Making class 01annual meeting us being %  member for more than &*( .ttending drawn long period of various win I .' educational body and labour up the Herbice River shipment to JJII.-I... In groups. He Is also an ex-momMr. S. M. hh.xooi. M UK wgl ddatlon small trial shipment* ber of the Itallwai' Clerks A*s^.returned unopposed as General have been forwarded to Bern-u Secretary at his residence on l LUCKHOO rtE-ELECTED '--^g t o,d ,*. a.) glasses were hi* and that he had I,...1 tl.. 01 while he wai a prtaonerl an Police Coo-l arson Howard—hocix-i j (Hords—told the GUARD AGAINST COUGHS-* COLDS; onvh tlona for larceny. MM up re-hiaoca with this s I I ..in.* unite Minor aibnema tea .HI II you ca&h ra low la AaD Vuaauaa, build tip vour uniina now wirk guOaV Itatk S41KI1 Kmuhioak more thon {ust a tanks %  Il s OWIPFUl NOtMISHAONT U a gold sslae of „, :UIUI valuable foe aU •uaja "rop. 1951. further aupj i.ickagod nee have been released for mi need M land-man In nuke you \leep when you take NUTROPHOS STUDY M KN 1 S MIAN STGADT BLEEP. TAKK Nl TKtH'HOs HlK \I-K\I DISOKIIKUS. Devonshire Cadtts Shoot A tv-m from II M S .'' 1 uig at the Oovi Rllle Range vestgrday ,iiid will lx* shooting iig.no thB rnocxuoi in preparation for a mateh against the Barbados K*jf-~ rrow moniini at c.3o *CHECK / ^* S, |(t h.iul.,.. / ^ natural lUfiVg / die family aa nU ^scons EMULSION Ht&M. ; 6 NEk&Y FOOD TONIC HEALTH BENEFITS iJ %  k CONTAINS VITAMIN A & 0 IN A DELICIOUS FORM INCREASES RESISTANCE TO ILLNESS • ENSURES STRONG LIMBS AND SOUND TEETH IN CHILDREN Haliborange TiH nicot way of taking HALIBUT LIVER OIL lift If UIII I MIIIITS LTD.. L Ok DO a Plunge into fun . thegB.ll 1 eeV>..l %  • %  • o* IraMom boi>t >S-i rear'* fcvMiani Thay'ra Sa.gnad 10 nuha rou ilimmar. iritnnm. iHl-imoiMh anS ileali. for woman <*•'• d>*imea up fiavra-tli40.nl ona or io-a**<* m>u SBsi l'*P> %  •* ga iH •unatul claor 4-t*t*—-' -i l*SSSI BH imoMSar iwimtmng an4 1 lor man, boat Ifuobt *(B n, a |o#04Mr> All 41* id ggi %  .iia-mi "inii.,1 and lha fi are M 'eaaenabl* ou*h na>/ d lorlu %  piung* and r %  Attiotiton in Action V-W-.VJUST Tit MK \IIO\ A FEW ITEMS M>W OPEMM, KKNDEIt TAPE tKU.Ul.OID sHEgrra COHK SHEETS IIIMIUF. HADlATDIi HOSE GREASE GUNst OIL CANS 1.1.Alt VIEW MIHHCIKS HATTEHV AHUfc* ItATTEKV IIVDIKiMi liATTEKV cilARfJFIt III MIS IIICH I'HESSUKK All! llt'SE V Htn FATCHKS ANU VULCANIZING KITS SUCTION VALVE GRINDERS ENGINE VALVES—All Models OKI rUUKJNIZlNO OASKETS SETS—All Models EH ATOM ARMAT1IIKS— All Models LODGE SI'AKK I'Lliis VALVat GRINDING COMPOUND i.ETGOO for Sealing JoinU HOLTS AQt A Ell i bi waitr prooAog Ignition Wae§ mi. %  HIND SIMONlZ KLEENEH AND WAX HOLTS WONUAR WAX CHAM ILISHING (LOTUS LICENSE DIGITfl AND I'l Al I TYPES MECHANICS i'OOLS SH/. //t|f. W |/. pfg fJQI lf/1 K Uf\HIJil. Mk \ I >. II /. /, I. SI UEI I HUE IT" S 4 y YOlil. IlKQIIIREMENTS FOR THE FOLLOWING USEFUL ITEMS COURTESi GARAGE n..ii.-1-i n...... i I.I Wl.il. IV.i k II.I %  il i:i!l Sun vwtor* ianU-d!<-• I < I Licence Plate Jewess II....il l)rii.i,.rnl-. Feetcr Oaugea I i. iln. i, l..irr. UaUrri Ura>esneten Air A Waitsliases Polishes A VYSSM and a large snpplr af ILKWlfc HAM1HEBS llh and ifilh complete ha Mm. ItKSTIIN IIIIOS. Dial 4269 Bay Street W ^V///,V/AV/-'/iV-V///.V.V/.V.'///.'/-'.'.'-'.' WHEN "COGNAC" is MENTIONED I UK NAMK HtNNKSSYS LEAPS TO THE MIND—BECAUSE IIENHSSS?S |8 no BRANDY TUA* MALIK 00ONAI • i --%  SSSSSSSS.'.%'S r '^SSSSSS.V.'*V&SSS*-'<**S r 'S.'. S.'.S. S. r S r '.'A'S*V*S* t HENNESSYS • THREE STAR •VS.O. P. (over 20 years) • X. O. LIQUEUR (over 40 years) STOKES Th0l LTD-ACD.TS '.*. V. '.'-'.'. -.'.-.<.'.','..'.'.-.'.------'.-.. -.-,'. r,v.'//.-.'.C.



PAGE 1

T.KC.T. FOtR KARIUDOS VDVfK ATE TUESDAY. Pmt'ARY 11 1932 BAKB\D()SAIA(HWr J. 1 < %  T 1 p !" w h % %  M m Mi OkM. a*.M a*. —> — ..w TWsdj,. MnMa? 12. 152 Industrialisation This week in Puerto Rico and part of **"1 • m ..II the Cribbean territories, whos.' metropolitan powers are members of the Caribbean Commission are discussing industrialisation and the ptcti for further industrial development of the area. The first subject on the agenda is the present position, M revealed by statistical information supplied by participating Caribbean governments. Important subjects to be discussed include financial and fiscal measures aimed at promoting industrial development. Measures already have been taken in the area to encourage capital Investment. Only last week the House of Assembly approved an amendment to the Pioneer Industries Bill, and there is a general tendency to offer tax holidays to new enterprises and to facilitate the transfer ol capital and the return of reasonable portions of profits to (he country where the capital originates. Tariff policy and quotas and income tax policy within the area are other matters which will receive attention from the delegates. But most important of all subjects on the agenda,--more important even than the visits by delegates to Puerto Rican factories—is the "improvement in Labour productivity in industry in the Caribbean." It was perhaps inevitable that in the political ferment which the Caribbean has experienced during the last fifteen years the concentration of Labour leaders has been upon the necessity for higher wages for workers, rather than upon increased productivity from workers. Barbados with its excellent British traditions and its relatively high standards of social service and self help, has suffered less In this respect than have most other Caribbean territories. Indeed it is true to say that the greatest attraction Barbados has to offer would be— industrialists in the goodwill of its labour force. That is not the same as saying that Barbados has the most highly trained labour force in the Caribbean. In Puerto Rico one uf the greatest advantages to be derived from the current conference on industrialisation will be the opportunity delegates will have of seeing for themselves how far Puerto Rico has advanced with the technical training of entrants into induglry. Hut in the final analysis which BfroMog will have to make of its potentialities as a site for industrial development the good will, thelatont talent of its labour force seem to be the only important assets it possesses. The really decisive factor the existence of a large home marketis lacking. This disadvantage is minimised by the especially favourable position of Barbados with regard to the Leeward and Windward islands, but unless the Leewards and Windwards wef concurrently to raise their standards of living and allow Barbados free entry into their markets, the disadvantage would remain. If Barbados is to compete with Jamaica, Trinidad and British Guiana, it will have to find some industry which has not already been attracted to those islands. But other disadvantages exist. Unlike British CJuiana. Trinidad and Jamaica, Barbados has no primary raw materials and unless oil is discovered in large quantities this summer, no cheap source of power. The outlook for new industrial development seems restricted. It would be a mistake however, to overook how far Barbados has already travelled towards industiialisation of the sugar industry and how many minor industries and cottage industries exist in this small island. It was as recently as October 1884 that the Barbados Agricultural Society circularised its members to secure approval for a policy of centralising sugar factories which would increase the cost of producing sugar from $5 per ton to $12 per ton but which would save $1 per ton by the use of bags instead of casks and would reduce freight by $2.40 per ton. It is interesting to note that £175,000 would erect the improved plant for the manufacture of at least 50.000 tons and if borrowed at 3J per cent, the interest would constitute a charge of about $2J per ton on the sugar. In 1897 the members of a Royal Commission recommended a loan of £120,000 for ten years to Barbados to assist the building of Centrals. How far the policy of industrialisation was carried may be seen in the industries section of the Advocate Year Book 1951 where it is accurately stated that "only 24 factories manufacture clear crystal sugar and 12 syrup factories are in operation." The same section of the year book gives the most complete picture of the progress made in recent years towards the development of minor industries and tabulates employment statistics taken from the most recent census of 1946. Sugar, tourism and possibly oil are Barbados' present nnd potential major indusAiound these other minor industries will develop* but nothing in this Island can ever supplant agriculture as the greatest provider of real natural income. ttfrfT "SLAIN TO JOB..." New Mliioil Of Cancer l><-l--f ion A new Mynthiltc snl>sta•_ hat is. it curdles in the manner n n mldwestem" American City ,,t of _Uw ewUtajMrf milk on being anUg . n< conrtrtiuhg with Ihc anUui !" •'* % %  *" >e M-rum, if cancer Is present, and producing coagulaUon. the American scientists reported During IBM) they reported about 2.000 cases were studied b\ ihc new synuVuc antigen with a (lar high percentage of posicittng the results on about 4,500 synthctlf, substance acts tame way as the natural Cleveland. Ohio, members attendmixed with lemon j ng the annual meeting of the <*.. earner i* present, no curdt „ American Association for Cancer takes place Tin investigators Research. Incorporated, were given round that the curdling took place a report on the development of an with the scrums of patients still a ma ling synthetic substance, in the early stages or cancer. which, when mixed wilh human About 830 cases of known cancer blood serum, rWCell the preset., c "t with the sub. r ulK of cancer with an Benn human liver more than 98 per cent.—this in and "' those MJ pet esfM gave •eXeonducle.) '* approximal-ly positive reaction. More recent £??**£** J***P Angeles, il 4,500 people. tests with the synthetic substance, "" "££}** ""* " ***** The new synthetic substance, ft ..enlists 1 reports. *" LWJEJ* 9 JL 5 P",,?* lure ot thai ..-.I., r mo* ,-..,..,„•. Pi M "-vcral years a,o.thai caniSSSSaX rtarttan. f? John dru cortlsiilK II pronilM. lo CM i> produced In Ine body by a j;" ,,',?''";''', %  '. n "^..r.J ", loni-iouihl-fbr sold — developliver and olher ltoi. *huh i < •'";•" lnllute of the U.S. PubUi SSnl^f a BtapJ* and eullT .!>"onnal persons but H'-a"h Service, pointed oul. how%  ,,, for cVT I { unknown ^Ita^ dWJ-&J. luch a test could he litl in mass li •ecumulBta over the court* of HStea alove were Kenera|i> re„ to, deyear. In peron. who develop can"*"'"£',''• %  } ftj "^ %  DD "' n iuii cancer hi i' %  This suh.l.-n.ce X. described "horlcom n of the test was not when 11 fi Ull n The ne^ %  utetan",' when proIn 11.. 5oo3 ot % %  .IvIduaU "• ""•' "*• %  %  ereenlnr doled ST," S £ |S. %  % %  %  %  %  ,'" •" Z1& Penn%T.Tf"r'can,e?de." iSS use ol similar test SU While II,,-., Wtlbodlt. ,„:,„„e lo fl <*<}-' Iv J !" to -l' !" vcr •hi, nrnundI at thi. mcelUm In 150 hold the enncer-producln aent ?read disease as X-ray screenlnr C r,„„ of In^-stUolors. In check in the Initial .lanes, some %  " V 0 ^!^"'.^ Kls .carcllv of the substance, and sfei .lamaile unop"'"'" "•< ""'*' " '" "" Iho dimeulty isr obtaining human i-. „ • a sullance PortesT however ^ssss^s^ig&s Kgr^saaa Saaasgaggg of Hedldns n the Pedfte Coast in the early stages, contains the the scourage ofcsnctr if < noto city".f Los Angeles The team of a.m-eaneer ..nliboUies. Thee* antldto*UM It altogether. (MEDIinvesiigators was headed by Dr bodl ntn the cancerHarrv S Perm The studies which prmlueing agent carcinogen, known they carried oul ore regnrded u un ler I term. gnUgen, BiBoni the* moei tivniAcanl In the and neutralixe 11 nence. wheo tee cancer field in reteid real lueBng antigen li comt.idii-. weir tonducled at the Pined with the M-tum ft'M" the uinuir MOtrol centre uiglcal , ri i i K MUSFX LONDON, Feb. 11. His name is Charles—but no one will ever | call him "Charlie", His hair is never rumpled, there is never a smudge un his. knees. His clothes are never torn. His pockets are clean—not filled with the! eird and wonderful collection of odds and ids that other children cherish. He is only three years old but he has the gravity of say a boy twice his age, and the manners of youth twice that again. He bows to his elders. And he already Is: Prince of the House of Windsor. Duke of Cornwall, Duke of Rothesay, Earl of Carrick, ind Baron of Renfrew in the peerage of Scotland, Lord of the Isles, and Great Steward of Scotland. PRINCE OF WALES He will some day become Prince of Wales. Already his own income—from Cornwall, •tself—is £ 100,000 per year. He can, if he wishes, sit in the House of aOrds. His years are no barrier. At an age when he should be sitting on his mother's Up n the nursery, he can—if he wishes—sit at :er nglit hand at all solemn assemblies of •it.itr and Honour. He wont, of course but it might be one way t getting lo see his mother occasionally. He >as seen so little of her in his short life that then she returned from Canada he drew back vhen she bent to kiss him. People don't often envy the Royal Family n this realistic monarchy, and at that -noment there wasn't a mother in the Empire ffllO would have changed places with the Winccss. HIS FUTURE His future? Well some part of the day when the duties which will keep her busy f rom 8.00 a.m. until night slacken a bit—at ea-time probably—his mother, the Queen, will rush into the nursery or his private school room to spend a few moments with him. He will not see much more of his father. he Duke of Edinburgh. He will sec nurses ind tutors. He will study Deportment, Con -titutional Law. History and Language. There's so much he has lo know that already hev have begun cramming it into the little head. He will play, of course, but not much or ften. His playmates will be carefully chosen for him. So will his wife unless he s lucky enough to fall into love with a girl .vho miraculously meets the strict Elizabeth est for a Queen-Consort. He will have PAPER SERVIETTES In Plain White SI.00 |-r hi,„.lr..l ADVOCATE STATIONERY Broad Street & Greystone, Hastings C. S. Pitcher & Co .11 SI III!Ill I It The "DALEMEASURING TAP =="j[j IT POURS A DRINK, STOPS AND POURS AGAIN Intlisftfitsuhlf in lh/l\ COLl >/V Farm Cash Income St'ts Record Cash inootssi of <*.' tinCanadian Wheat Board, higher avrrnur livestock prices and unusually heavy marketings of western grain dur. inf the spring months The latter resulted from Ini\ %  ml adverse tveathet condiUooi which driayed deliveries during the fall month". In addition to the %  botn suppleminiary pawuenta made under the provisions ol the Prairie V I r in Assistance Act. amounted to si.MOii.oiHi in 1951 as again*' $13,800,000 in 1950, and S17.60i (MM) in 1949. All protrlnea) %  harad in the rise In farm eiah Income IQ :al. Total for Ontario, largest among the provlncinl flsjuraa. row to 5793H>2.00fl from 9079,437,000 in 15(>. ..n Ivingnexl U0XQM .. Miii.l $407,604,000. Alberta $4D7 380.0O0 against $388."WO.OOO. and Quebee. *432,"58.0> British tVluml.ia ..1 $114^66.000 against the n>rresponding figure was SI.742 million Ml those Cgurrs are In tern dollirThe '.provernent In reserves generally w,as % %  cribed to a heavy inflow ..f AnsfJ m.nt visory Committee which shall be capital going into Canadian In. mviUd to atiend aU. except J.I oustry and Canadian natural recamera, meetings of the Commusources such as the development gion. In addition, the Conunisol ml In Altierta. iron ore in non. and each national SCCMOII Ouebee and Slectric l>0W*f for within Itg own country, may '
    i* por.ib. \' three weeks after the quertlon* M i-'isherke Chanel) ot Canada aaire had been fons'sraed. th* reporu Kaecutive & Professional Division H.it!flelii>n of the % % % %  % .. of the National Employment Sertionol cannot be occom..lidwd tee had received l.SOO replie* until after the C.overnmirrof offering 1.400 'obs for gradu.ite Canada and the United BtsU %  %  *> '."OO jobs for undergr.nl mtm have signed the general pa ith Japan. This gCttOI antg ipated in the United S'ste. within thr next few months and in Canada at the next • Parliament this spring. Approvd ot the draft convention of BatterUai woul.l folio*, normally, nl %  m of Parliam~-M lint if need w* apparent. happen at tinyea r 1 following, or coneuri.n'lv with the approv,.' of the general North • be established to carry ouLth !" wtlr l>e composed of three nut tlons, each one having not iror" than four inenben apt. th speeUiss gotieji ni sej work of the Com. ther than OUR READERS SAY: SI. \.. / Press. known to the Oori GLEOPATRA BARROW national secUon may have an AdRev. Deaconess His life will be important, and if he's istute, he will be able to set his mark on the limes, even though his powers as King will be limited. But for this destiny, a price is demanded. And childhood is part of it. —UP. STEEL BOOM OVER By ANTHONY I I I --1 I l\ WASHINGTON. Feb. 11 The strange boom in European steel ship ments to the United Stales, the worlds steel liinl is just about over. Officials said il was a nice paradox while it lasted—this business of an impoverished Europe feeding steel to the rich United States. it ave the Allies the dollars they need so badly to stay solvent and it gave many American manufacturers and builders replacements for steel plate and rods they had to surren der to the defence effort. But now as Government statisticians complete their flgurng for 1951 they look down a falling curve. The excitement started in the fall of 1950. Die trickle of steel from across the Atlantic which normally fills certain specialized U.S. needs doubled and tripled and kept swelling. It came mostly from West Germany, Belgium and Luxembourg Britain did not con'ribute very much—the United Kingdom in fact only recently obtained the promise of ne million tons of U.S. steel. The increase was the irsult of orders placed culler by U.S. importers and manufacturers who finding it more and more difficult to buy all the U.S. steel they needed, suddenly "disovered Europe." There the world's second largest steel plant re-established and modernized though ttarshall Plan Aid was surpassing pre-war production. As always il was geared for export. European suppliers began offering fast ichver.es at competitive prices. The flow kept increasing. By last Spring it had multiplied by ten. The increase—from an average rate of 300.000 ons a year to 3.120.000 tons—was small in terms on U.S. production of finished steel estimated for 1951 at 80,000.000 tons—but it was important to those here who needed an extra fifty tons to build a school or a few hundred pounds to erect a workshop. Europe was providing small independent United States fabricators and wire mills with one out of every eight tons of steel plate for making items of wide range and one out of every five tons of steel rods for barbed wire and wire nails. Then the import curve stopped rising, hovered at th£ peak and fell. The worldwide scramble for European steel with the United States. Latin America, the Near East and North and South Africa all competing had doubled European prices on the average. BROAD STREET N OTIC E Due to the Arrival of the Tourist Ship s. s. LIBERTE' On SATURDAY 16th FEBRUARY Our Dry Goods Department will Close for the Weekly Half Holiday On THURSDAY 14th FEBRUARY at 11.30 a.m. and remain open on SATURDAY 16th FEBRUARY I'll ISI. ARRANGE Ol II m SIIOI'I'IM. ACCORDINGLY • DACOSTA&CO.,LTD. DRY GOODS DEPARTMENT # &f&f&f&f&f # &f • &f &f &f&f %  &f&f&f&f&f&f&f&f&f • &f •< cM&ie'-l a JIM*IC& levi tlte SANDWICH LUNCH kill*


    PAGE 1

    IlESDAY. FEBRUARY 14. t5J BARBADOS \n\OCATF PACE mt Vestry Pay Tribute To Prominent People MEMBERS of (he SI Michael'. Vwtry ye*terd:u ,... i (UlogUl lu three prominent personal;?*—the V ItchdMCttl Shankland. Dr R H King, lale P.. Medical Officer. St Michael, and the lata Mi* (' \ mothtf of Hi>n. V. C. Gale, who passed in thr within recent weeks. I'lUM I \M\IIO\ News In Brief members to pa Si n t Bnd tn %  *• & ""• hMrU of *"* P" spci of the law Dr King and the Mr ...< i. nun „. humanity and i Hie Clerk a sympsihrii? man ruStM u> write letters of much foe the pai if to ifieir relatives. vr-strvnun. he w*iilt-d tn add ass? SLUXJ?" .?* ?' lh ^, d ^ "* lr b, < '" ,hoeo already paid WM Proceeded %  h. Hon V C Bjr the previous -p*-,i Ikying tribute to the late hoped that the widow of "i. Uod reulle-l Dr Kii.g would tind .-fmnol it %  f the St. in the warm oletm i< whir'' he. ^u^Tf m I n> hu fc n,l *" h *** by a large upied the offlt-e number o.* parishioners Michaels His I.XILU.tM 1 III) Arrraven of l^aren I lit.hr(h II The rerrw Gale, i \ :hal he Michael's Vestr; years whil. In of Dean of the Cathedral, and said that there After mem ben nad stood were some of them present who their places out of respect to the had served under his chairmandtN.tr, of Dr King. Mr. Mottley sn iP and other members paid eulogHe. as a vestryman, therefore les o the late Mrs. C. A. Gale. //,,„,, /, %  *,, \ uu wanted to express on behalf of mother of HoV C. Gale .,..(. "'"•*" fltitt .'Iflflr<'$S members, their very deep regret Mr. (' A L. Gale, %  t hU passing The Bevd. Shankland was. he would say. a Christian A Fitting Tr.bt.te geiilleman who did aU In his nowIT not only In the way of his own Mr MotUey aaJd Hit Gale, ka religion which he represented, but addition lo being the wife of the he was a man of broad views and founder of the Advocate, wa* sympathies, and in anything for the mother of two rlistiugu^hcd the itood of Barbados, he was alboys, one of whom was u senior ways ready and willing, to give a member of the Vestry, and he „.. hand and to foster anything that thought it was tl ting when such Kingdom to suspend the In was for the good of the island. personality passed away. Il0n Section of th. Brill %  n-.Ysns. .T Sir! way *Z&? I miI % liev made a contribution in motherWl n th. ..,. British n i n e . .a. h eweAh. h7airiu^'mad'e".."^^?;:.!;ssisfir S p """"' " deacon Shankland stood out. it to the community that thev M. r^...r..i w U Englishmen of hi. type 'who offer condole^? ! her sons. He "';.^"'-^ -"''enbed the came to the colonies and gave therefore moved thai a letter be their lives, and of their best and written to her \KKMtK. Menibe %  i the legMl'ti. • held in Trsfal. iv. til the • r Square •> On Panama Legation On HM gMOOD of Mr. W. A. I Die House of assembly on Tuesday passed an •ng the deciMim nf tinL'niUM Schooner Ckiptuin Fined £50 by ./>/***/ Judges On BSJSM. un> ol Hi. Majesty the King, tmtasg .it "!• Boys' Club has been postponed.' It Mill resume after the hang*' Friday Mi Crntg, Boxing Instruetor of Clubtold the Adve'gffsjisnv kvo io bi rearranged and the new date* He said 'Although Hat ilnnit the postal "iM'v 'eel it is irnperativ, to Join Id the r.'-t <.f i I .nniiifc thg lOM N "in rUni II. HNhhatm Itxal Polu. r island for the I' K on May 29. 1911. returned on Sut Trfrjdad khii attenssss) a course lmlnistration an> i Physical Training Captain R. Q. O—law of the II M.S. Ikevsiuhlee vimted Colonel I It T Michelin. CommisMi.i„i PolKC, al the .'crural Station on Saturday. He was hnwn around Polka "• .ind st -. ilu ii ,p r.n'ks hy the Commis^lonrr ASTHMA m to ease the strain in 30 seconds! THEIR Honours Mi. ir A. Vaughan and Mr. A J U Hanachell. Judges of the Aiahstam Court of Appeal, yester,.r ked the Hoi uiat'iit one and it %  late houi -1 UM Tistitty Offlr.' are now divided inti d*l imed" NevTfle McLaur.V of 111,. Si-hi-.i.. *• SSS ItffLSt M. 1.50 to oe pard forthwith or three months' JgJ u ^iH r^irU. ?.„„,, 1^nment fur altempitn i vxpoai [OOdl without h,„^ i,-rt on the i fainini; a Hci-nce for tfsttii Bv doinn this, Their Honours varied the decision of !" J? : rc,l u '' 'ffifff "!' Hii vs Mhlp Ml G H Griffith. Acting Polite Ma S .>lrtt ^ SmS^hTuSSS District "A who lined McLaurence £100 or three keel, lor UM rats boati im •• months' imprisonment for tin* oflence. ?ected to arr VfTlsssei skstsng AiOn mafeci -<* *^ gasp Hsr breath, one Epbasooc i the aoutta tsses UM gsstdeafacUrclT Rrmeo.•ST, I ll dSSS ttrmn OB Obt .Ttlrm r... t, i dM biggin eaagcr fsoai osoisioa several healing i wbka) diuolve the irraDgljig, germ ladea accumulations si ihe betsachasl lubet, sod m dui way prontotei carr, normal hrrsihing. The Epbasooc ireauarai n to •usplr Toot Nothing to uuect, ssjdjjjaa io inbak. No nuitrr how taiRly or uorirv." Hy tbs sssscs cosass. thers is slwayi tune M .heck Asthoss with EpbssoSo. For rapid relHf from Attbms. Rrxnihmt and Broaclual Caurrs, alo ag s baop %  supply of Epbaaonr ublett band* K)R SSTHMA AND BRONCHITISTAKI LdJCHOZO laM k* *" ••! •!*••*' ckim-iit II ani Jigtaslly. sen* tB' 1 I. UVllll 4 MM If • %  0 Isi U. B-Sget-** of Engllihmen who made the name ol Great Brttaie. (real. Anoelaling himielf wllh the v.i,.,,-wi paopk like him hud mhute P.-.1.1 i., Mi MotUn Mi gone It was men ol his clan who McD. Symmond. -.id he did o had built up the Emplra and Com.„„ p.,., p |„, u „ t^ n ,„ M r. v.-u known, and Q,| r wa s one o( those grand Hid ladleof thVictorian Era Counwl io the caae weea Mr. the hatoh of the ihlp." W a1; "S^Sl S, c '"' ""' Voh I'apers Shown ,xpla,,.t„„.-Alth„ugh ilon"or,ra"bic jS."; E T ^„ u.^.^.ff! Hi' C,ltad to ,h ,nd b ? his I'rbrunr mon wealth It was therefore his very great pleasure to ask them to stand nut of respect lo the memory of the late Dean of St Michael, and Chairman of .Ihe St. Michael's Vestry for very miny years. that who. hy her life -"iii rxumpl< and training. hd ivjodgessj very great service to this community. b> bringing up son* who were not only a great credit the community, but continue u lengthy sitting, it would be 'inlair to detain them. TinBritish QsnbsetMntnt hau %  % %  ''>' {-..'. %  ormaUon iggtiou >.t the British Legation m LBUD AMU-Ihe got his clearance James Wilkinson told the court he February bout 7.SO iliil. along 1-ane. St. Michael, and Its the M-hounei RossJJng M tx>ut tn leave the i-Umi •fssswi srttieVSs SaSs^airS he did so with a sense of regret. J"*** "£j? Ei 1UnltV -.. m ,hrtr as well US a sense of pride Revar,u ^ responsible positiongoet. because of the passing of a ,. m—t very distinguished gentleman; Another EMOfS pride because the late Archdeacon ^fr D G L4'ii.<>ck Jiu alga was one of those distinguished pa, d a e U 0 gy in the latf Mis Englishmen who had come to this Sl le Hc M i d hc un v |i;d „ u islandl and it could truly be said. p |eM Ur e of meeting the la* Ml gave Barbadians the benefit of nir — cultural and spiritual upllftment ^ ,. _,, He boardesl the schooner and ..-ked the captain if he had hi. eason* for so doing, but in clearance papers and he looked.at was con(*rned. h) rieargnee papers. as l*ana the matter was of special importand tinrost of Goods Not Cnfered ihv BritaBh -Vest Indies After looking at the cl ih. i,. sfsssj rnreg -'3.000 British papers he searched thr hip and aftst Indian Nationals still In found four bags of nee. one bag and because of the conof stock feed, four cartons „f Uiy of than biscuits and 23 bottles of mm lived, .t wgg at vital importance These goods were not entered on thnt there should bv ret-ined on the clearance papers. "While 1 % %  ii' ..! %  < % %  she wai tn tat* and UM taw V Iha UaflaVlon, BBBM fgg iagelura| fba BMB UM df> ver> advanced y( u' and ara UHcial whose special hnilnaai u (•ndant aked ma to give him Recalllns his boyhood days, Mr. vcry <*viotig io him that sbt ... k aftm tberP As chance." Wilkinson told the Mottley said he could remember aB a P*"" f outstanding the Address pointed out. the West court the time when ihn late Archdeacon character and personality — a I. ,. | ol the inlirmaShankland came to Barbados and person who, speaking o. Niri) •.-, Btcilon had been c.iiiying on Cross examined by Mi. Il.nmade his mark among men of let>'• must nave had a gre.it InIhe (iut %  whenever lie could of row. Wilkinson said that UM .kters and other great stalwarts of luenec on her time and genera.i|ipuiuted West Intoodsuit Itandad bin I] the Church, and sakl It was that tl011 "hee papers and allowed hnn to type of person who had given u % %  . , ,. ,lf the services of both were dissearch the ship need imt ue described have liked the culture, and did'all he could lo gfttftl *" ^ Wi ; rals? local standards. Ht hoped {" that he w.^ sure hal he. ilwov< h^ve iMS would.be very keenly felt. not only by her family, but by a wider citele nf pasmWi I i.lit— II people wsjfl r trafllc offences committed ovci ...c week %  charged i>o,wrs from the Customs. He was [ (ir exceeding the snecd limit way from his sh p from 9.45 a.m. Three DSMfda grata << portasl (o until about 2.15 pin After he hud fsJUng 10 conform with road sign: rived at the ship the Police and lour (M MM drawtng aakad him t> show hU clearance atwugjli to Uw sMi M tha road ; ajpan That gW did. Ht wa aaafiM o u ona person wa' I by a policeman to show him the fl) AsOgai |Q rtop at a majoi latch and there were some goods road iclov the hatch which he dW • • • t kwn .f f-lthellne T h a w as pg 0 Ht aakad UM erew if they knew r.-nimtry. St Thomas, raportt* nything of the gi^-ds, but hey that her house was broB) entered sometime l>etwi-en 7 Dl p.m. and 11-00 p.m. on Saturda> s,-pu..i; BtU I t Of artJMdg and ^ $2n ,„ ( .„ h ,,,,1,.,, • UM BehOOntl Hosaline M. A JJJ, 0l „. )v Vi)hl ,. (( g|| „ ., s run ih-.t while the to|pn from B pBMm ,. ;i whito ...plain was away a woman came ,..,,, s ,,,.,,., ( „.. wc ,, n g 00 u m x^ n J! n l mt ^J il *} ^ C *J*2 n and'1.30 p.m on Sunday It I isked him to take bi the goods. , proptrtj <-f Leg CollllU ol "h^doods "d placed Uiern „„„ w||ll „.,„„,,. |h ill( i. i flow ihe deck Shorli. after this ... UM rapUin relumed and then Ihe RHMa (SUM and he was In—— 1 ct ^ i f n u S h f! Ch amount of the fine should *• Me did not know the woman „,.,., w( .....toldhlmtokeepthe^.. m,u „„„„„„, Addressing the court Mr. Barrow Mr. Recce said that the maxi\oi it i: Customers and the publicgenerally ore requeste-1 to ""!< %  that in view nf Uw anticipated irrvbJ on SATURDAY 16TH INST. o( the Tourist Steamer S.S. I UM HI I our Store will remain open tluougliuut that day but will closeon THURSDAY 14TH INST. .it || noun for the weekly Imlfday holiday. that the island would always have people of the outlook and culture of the late Dean Shankland. si Mkhael'g l.i'lSclso LiU> I Outalda Mi of ihe v. mut h work whlci bj iru id v ShanKi who came into contact with her many times, and who could not fail lo be impressed by btl "" ii Chairman remarkable character. I kgen Members ngaln gtood In i done Mlemi' tB Iheir places, and .if erH tl %  !.• ( thg His c 1 the Mr A. E. Eastmonu. Cutt .t..t t< r the hour, much O^lc* 1 ". 104 ild be said m -mpport id r u r > ilotion But since mos' laeU were within the *,'.'. cr laid that the facts of the case mum fine for such an offence w* M simple, (.•um A.IV fuund .MI 1200 or Imprisonment or lu some vleoge of almost all nOtKUr''"'"re iriu..\... %  bit member, ht "• %  wrg that hatch of the ship. Mi itwmild IKHI I.I II tin ous supg) Kt-nhition. the couit that -• :hi ship and th.ise goods wore not instoncet both But In this particu6, he boarded the n he nlggtaiait papers. lar case It was entirely a quesRosallne M. and MW Iha tlon for the court to decide whal huin UM ii. r i CotMtabto Union had ttne lo Impose. th. .he things he had done, his cint.on ith the St. Michael's Girl*' School would ever stand out it*, a monument There were also other inch would also stand out with posterity to the name of Alfie.i Shankland and he had much pleasure' In seconding the motion imde by Hon. V. C. Gale. Paying tribute to the late Dr. King. Mr McD. Symmonds. Churchwarden of the parish said they mourned ihe death of i nd among wards, Hon. Mr. Gale replied thanking Braunondi their very kind remark* il his mother. The Man me II W .^ J -, Mo l *yMr dttpiy concerned ova. UM OKKM iispend UM InfonnaUi lion Ol 11 111... mi to duptcaM wiiii tut bnu % % %  inoian Specialist ol the Legation staJC I, The House notes with con.. %  u.giviiig Ihal u, A^"" on me Legation roost diligent, symbirad la( wrok tai ni< a u (J ^ d J(1|R 1MB |U pa-hcllc and hard-working medl„,, amount of lunch school childdul.es which %  and .orh w. his love, not only !" ,.ln7tneUme --" '"%  %  """"" S """ J|1 •* PoUct Conatablg AJUIUI Linton ad 'On Febniary , | boartleil ihe Ituwillne M and the defendan' handed mo Lie clearance poper I n Uotd that the..were two tartoiu of rum entered on the learance papers. The defendan'. had said that he bad nothing m not corroborated what Harbour The* r Honours in varying the Wilkinson said It WM nnt ,ietlsoo said that there was n dlsputod thai UM dasswtanl wai couM as tn the guilt of, DM ayaj f i his ship fa gOBM Unw, defendant and they had come ut the court must DO BfUltaV tOB) .1 AlM latyond ..ii douM that UM anoda C&O pajftbla ro-thwtth i.i in the ship with UM monuar Imprisonment with ham lonseni m rtsMOtssb 1 taMWMdfl ibour be liTinntBil on tha defaof the Defendant | Ap|ieal coats of 10s. 4d. nre| %  Vttl 1! UM facts have been |n DO ptM In U d.i> I H in ilet.ml' .io'.. n fanstoju tin H a Imp I % %  The Price Of Bread prlea <>f bread has 1 lunch mo and he has 1 little tightei ...try. but for doing what S-TWB ^tT^aTitS^" " ,u,i tlw umc h. COUld 10 rilieve Ihe suffering of rtn,W ""' 0eti U lp "* nlc I The HOUM would point h nunrty, that he went out of his A bov deplored the fact that '" r vour Excellency's special am, .v to do what some people rewhen prices go up. his father's sideration the circumstances that fr? *,, rJ,, g. rded r.s more than the ordinary salary staff whose spc Oflkt M %  arduous toil on tl* lith,u decision to suspend the Info.mus repatriated m a mat Ion Section and to dispen e penniless and *"*> the service* ol tl* dying condition w "' Indian Specialist wl The Salvation Army tn attached to ,t whom the Hntish Con.uMr t Talm ,| () „ a|d htj late has delegated lu wan ted to endorse the MfV responsibility in this conexpre ased by Qa nectlon has not the ieIXJ tor St. Philip and M ofTieial statiu1 effecdP(| „ ir Addrr ,. 4 „ %  . lively to cope with th. wouW MnK vnnv f(>rm nf ,,,, lhoussnd5 of Wi-l Indian .1 (i. C.F.HARRISON & Co.(B D OS) L TD. IN OUR LINEN DEPT. WE OFFER FACE #011 #;#.* In COLD. BI.UK. KOSK and (RUN II I III III II IIS from $!. loSN in FLAOj WHiTi: 11 tin io\t us Iron. :.l3lo$4.32 in III I I PINK. OBKBN ami (.111.1) VAPEX INHALANT BREATHE .. the antiseptic vapour from your handkerchief by day or from your pillow at night o' use tht) VAPF.X INHALER — handy for daytime Easily recharged from standard bottle On Sale at ALL lK I i. STOKrS |LM io M19 'a Kt. and 5c. %  of c in ..i., niton. (d) The delicate the position of Dntidi Wot Indian nationals in l{r Bp o|,e from tlpM their relationship with ^u. having travelled In tl •he Panama Government l( „ m try. A West Indian .dta. 1 demonstrates the vital to any consulate, could give sr necessity of having an assistance to I 'official on the legation Indian. Max factor Hollywood POWDER — CREAM. LIPSTICK. PAN CAKE. MAKEUP PAN STICK. SKIN FRESHENER and ASTRINGENT. m: M ii nut i is from in guilt Coloured I>c*igm I.i l.l i out lint i is in CKKKN. BI.UK and V. Ill I I II till MATS 'SUM In BLUR and (1KKKN IIKII SHI I IS 70" x 90" (5) IMS in III.IIK, CKKKN. PBACB, I.KMON and ROSE Ml" x UNI"—WHITE I $10.37 HT x 10a" do. u $10.13 1*11.1.11 II IMS —COTTON 211' x 111 SI.67 —LINEN 1' x 2$" 2.4H HARRISON'S Dial 2664. llstlHIIffS lllllf: Owinc lo the arrival of a Tourist Ship this ftora will bo open all clay on Saturday 16th and will be closed for the"weekly half holiday at 12 noon on Thursday 14th inst. CAVE SHEPHERD & Co, Ltd. 10— n BroaH SITMI ST.\\sn:i.ii. siorr A *•.. i.ia. ie-t Or*y-tn Staops -Hastings Here's a Food He i! TSiAdf (fa ?,.-' I^gChowimadfordoj.•.-!•, you'll find Dog Ch-.w H In your dog's bill of foi' Khars bsoouaa oil dogs iaqu tha mama basic formula T | onlv diffsrancs It UBSrf walking dogs sari and ass I mots of it. iratopsnv.tr and in palatabtUty. Buy eor • For Tin. Weak • I lb olDogChowaguoU31bs. of frash meal In food energy. Over 2000 dogs haye eanRiu•M 'lian (aading a-perlemaa lo (Se building of Dog Ch-,w. I'MIISUM:iay.7.-T %  %  .%  %  WilVito.S-.IVX AI.MO \\ III lllll IM ItlW ill.l OX (HOW H. JASON JONES & Co.. Ltd.—Di.tribulor. ROBERTHON'S RAHPBF.RRT. APRICOT. %  LACK CURRANT. RED CURRANT JAM In 1 lb BottlarUOBCRTRON'B SCOTCH ORANOE. UOLDEN HMREP HII.VER SHRED MARMALADE ROBERTSON 8 OINOER LADE, in BotUas C0NDEN8BD Mll.K par tin 33 .31 Tht above Item* for Cash sxt Carry Cmteawr. only rf(AWF01tl>S t'FH.l.lT BISCUTT8 IMT tin Aid* S TAI1I.K WATKlt BISCUITS ptr tin IfUNTLXY a PALMERS DIGEST1VF BISCUITS : n Mi'STAKl) per Jar WIT BUTTKJ. |)*-r j.ir ViHWli.i VN PEEI I D SHRIMPS per tin DUT1 M lURCROU f ii tin |1.o 1.31 1.90 25 ol 86 57 .33 J



    PAGE 1

    PACE SIX HAKRAlMis XDVOCATE II r-n\\ HUM \KV I!. IMi CLASSIFIED ADS. IM Ml H MMII IS I LOST A IOI Ml GOVERNMENT NOTICE TILIFWONE. J50B (C.reV <* • far a> a-aiber at *M op io and Ifcnu pr ^rd. tor tart. %  M M ar-d 4 V fc )1U I a>e*4a niu t > Dl I lnnH. .ate IVeaulr th. *r-11:v .11 bra.Puncial Mori— of MeeeT. Burton Co I • i> ui livi.1 101 "it weaSbui*hFord.-. Muriel H-rahail ma %  .(V*i .1 I 'IK; Joaaph ailb l I r y No Cud. Fr ei.da IN MF.MOMAM I K lilMirI""' taMjiii i ate* lf( %  We or, d ui "Oonr li %  i e-ti Pr*n 1 IUII J.ALK AUTOMOTIVE %  elree* I MM %  Uaaager f IB* MM .. i-TD. Broad Street. WlW I IMS | . -Id tl. ELECTRICAL iC I'AJXR T bB UM-pared DION CAR BAIMO for Sale i.. MM '-' %  ,i voUb-r M.irs-r.1 Calnerir.e ,*JM .h Ml T-iee]) "n February 1* 1"". We loved %  %  %  '" T Stan* %  %  Mil IMMv 11 v.... %  ". LH.Hu H C . .-1 o. MM U 1Ul NOTICE There Will M Ml EnUaordJ.. hleaUag Ot Ue UarbadaM D-i UMMW To aia.ua. the rase. the Price of lead rtai-n ot *T ritra WaiiM lor tha Pour Law Oin4n at M Peter a fully qu.OiaW Mara*for the AIIIMMM* Ha ary M100 p"-r nwintr. ami uniform, lounal. App;-at-iii. sill be rt* "if PHO at hta residence "Rneevllle" %  crowparty Ihr -uplitatu.ru. a medical -nl"'l-"l "HI be %  '*•• by DM P MO dulit* lu be laa.au Up on tfte Mill F*bluary If jioaatblv Chfrk Poor Lw Ouartian* Mm HtiM mush COiirt MUll WMT oul ol MALTA Cttilr— r-aaJIUaWT. *ict kiWvalawrbcdd i <• a. Co Lfd >-,-.,. %  aUU. Na> Q ,n room nUHJ *atr %  —" i. Tmlrt and Bulb UI*. room Mtd tr.% I0>>V 1 u-iualUi UUOI tLVB Slat of M>V. '•*104 00 th in ol iuo. aaV2 Iv i> Hci -l-i*.ii a wufa >o-.i -U oflkm ol Htr M.j-M, uui> ab-ut v*i biacat M*r ou U\c Iwll *im when in unifonn HX *UO u.i. *v*ru4 3;v.>-! uolU ail Nky. IMVI and Uui uiUI all. 1 in. (uoual ol Hi UU ^kucst> drum* shall b covcrvxl -. -1.(1 l>a*k HM aaVfcU U' a\UUJ( CrOlU laW kap uf lC fuk>ur .ufl ui .ul*uu> -^.U IIOJII ttatbUudwa sU* -ud liuaiyetj ui evk>.I'llM.M WHS RKAL hSTATK AVONUAU %  lltiltrtuwn. wlU „n BalMN, i> LIVESTOCK ua> AIIII\ Mil H I>.""i TWO IUI>LNC I1UHSI-.S NOTICK I : lli.HI.HV nmn Ihit 11 la lb* lr I.MIM.. .4 U Vaatry M !*• I—.-Ji < Phil* b i-r b, 1.. miiud ir.l U 1 lb LattkdMUf* 0* Idli %  %  '' A 11 .1 luibotiaau iha Mad V< U> I*. a .-ir In lh of MaMM 1 IMJ CltS in %  • l '-Kb %  tapi'iulad b. Bwmhlp* al any fir-i ai-rar Kbool lor chlklrra uf uajUhanit-ti . irnajd cltiul liifH and. bi A BUI aulhorliinl In* aald Vattar b> MU ,h pare*I o4 land *L%K lh bulldiiiB' IMMOTI knon ... %  TU* UOUUor, HoapP^I 1 .WIINQTUN MALV -..1 I ., I llrf VHI|' %  Pblllp in RECD frrmrr. m j MM t: %  d %  n Dolly 1 nanU b>l>Hii !• am. an* "" ''- % %  "*•* BuB *" .'l T iVUikbk. or*•'••*. -al %  %  1 IIK. S.lvf Sainla. n AW>I AprJaacaOofU -irr mvilvd (or tbs post o< Svrlary ja Truurtr of the Governing Borly of the** Schools. The pom U part Urue and if>-pMioibW. The **Ury >• *'• ((0 per innum payable monthly (Coat of Living allowance will not be given l Detail* of the work involved can be o bul odd on application t. the undersigned. Applications with rofcMOctn muat be wmt to tb.* tiairman on or be'ur>the 201h instant and the successful applicant 111 be required to assume duties on tbe 1st March. 1B52 GEORGE B EVELYN. CbaUrman. Dumfries, St. Michael. %  XJ.tl Tn. 11 MKC'IIAMCAL %  -INf.l %  M. .. .. Willlama MM binaafht 11 n"iMi'. D-AMsril WANTKII BU S u TUN LANK TMAtLCRn Inunrd ... ill.,Ua -lib Of -IH I \. I.. IU| conalrufUd ami I14I1I v>ut* in mm Tfanapofl prublffiii Mis Cuutmy Uaiasa 1 S U—n dw,l 1 Rill 1 NOTUI. %  11 in.ii ii < nf th.. I'AJUMI %  to raujab. intn 1 tatHi.ii IM Haibau— Flro Irvaur& Ujrt>i -• In tiBipany LM. r aaHtvf -.Tl I* rl up to* aaki by %  I mir^CdHM j ya j 11,,'n,. i.ini UM 1 L.-.l ( %  iiiD'.nliiii b\ •dmr-aaurrrnmt 7.SM •! fl .l-t %  >* Ihr land* Bf lka> plarr r.illrd StartHHixiSb 1 rl!fl -n..l..I .1 K-n.iiufliM. SV* ILuad 'Mr S'onUball* EndJ M •i.OM i .arr f>-pnv>-a-a-%'-'a^OQSpS>a>Sjap^ % 9 TIXOA la at hadaUad to sail taoSB /tWLi.cl. labiuar1Mb. M>lbOunva I <*>• r:.ar> Skid. Sidnr. Fptoruary MUX Bruban Uarrti Bth ariHia. al Trinidad about April Bth and Barbado* about April 11* la addlM— la fanaral rarao tht* 4. Aiiticu.i XL SU1U Sallllia 1Mb I H —I U V U.VtHWcx>0 anil aceart rargo aud Paaariiarni lor f. Lucia. SI. Vlr-*nl. aada a Aruaa DDU ol dapartur* b u* noMAdd. B W I acUOOUEMI OWNBatB AJaSOClATION iLKCi Caasaraaa Tata No. M1 ^^^ SttanMp Co. UEI'ARTMkNT ( KUI'CATION HARHAIHIS eVENINO 1NST1T1TK draalns and klVhan. ithe naa> %  •< tl -al'l u-rlah Ot C"hrl-t ,..-.. %  -. — —-. —T.~ ~ jni %  "•*• *** arrvant* rao aaa as !.,_ .aid 1-r.al of UM Ik* M Ibr .-ll P-SSMrtlan,rMW day lasrrpt BUfUhU ncACl-iUl S Wharl ar Haatl Kraib* AvTlU II... %  i Uaivi II Atwa rn i IK,. K .• I PEMAI.F HL'TI ill: raora. prp, APPV i "lyWMAL LAlTiDllV MAID App y alflt^Pl \aln' psvusoa. ttaj*j ns> (i MI i ri.i.Asmrs %  3L:C KS ,..._l. I h EIWONAL %  %  %  ei< %  Hiidit" Oap. I SB* brrrtt %  .... -.% %  %  %  MISCELLANEOUS %  nurd by Maaar-\-Harfi> Jual In in.applK..iion af your frr OMI 4aia ii |Hsi m •u STuata II.IA "i 1 !• % %  VLVANIKKO Htm — A llmllrd <. • itHa". • *M. ly.a t.i Tel falaaaou MM J ? M ML t tka uutda af IM aald alara callad %  Brartooraush" Dalad thi. Ilth dav of Frt"" VFAIIWOOU a BOTC* U %  ciuiat rnuna I.1VJLOR LICENSE NOTICK in -I Friday In* ISth r.br.11,1* nip" al tha afSa-a of tha awnttnad iOTON A. SSALV SaaV, i. i lAtra* Itratt. • I St%  In Mil cm tag AUCTION Spirit... M-ii l-iq.io. .i floor Of Comn Bl"rr. (Vfnai ... -.n ,(nJ Ti.if.iHar Rrasl I>..d am Faarua*.. !• r,. a II Slll %  %  I •I 1 "', X %  I inlad *•'•' %  i nf foi II1 -t Mc KeasM a.a.n-3M UNDER THE IVORY HAMMER jti I %  iv.i OaWaM ivy di.u ;; r nki" niil kss IMaVJ I lalt IXA: r li I uilfarm qu.ilily It raroa -arid. *hK ..%  nn A b IllBSSI ..( iha %  Ml popular pa sk agaa eagW H naw > %  .* nai.a. af >MK svacar It 1 at— u of rabruary. -Irtum all lb..i ul land .alkrd rta BJ| klBJ l'uir..ii Frrd — m 101b U,U and upaaid. u l'bi.np 111) If HOAP: Ivory a. Canary Soap. Fraab %  Sash al B-ura Wr.lbrrhaad Ud II Sa—Sn STHAW MATS] ao.. „ch Nk kv.i> , t;.i yours -I illAM likWB, fr. Wm Hy Mraat. IS 1 IS3' %  H.I msp %  Ml I I '. ",W..'i rassd 1 I S\r-iTMINT OF 11 MTV :'•., fU'.tV .IA'-WM TO-DAYS NFWS Fl W .Ml IM pcfarrr) i is M''losusi >oaVSa> u ^ ( i MB* M wn.L IU %  .\ I i i %  i .1-1 V #1 %  v. -i bvaoin "r wmi A IVF-HV THACTUH KAKI-N tiHabia (..r . i. ..i !•!< \ SL-aaay-UartU piowktt Pial Court<'*> LJUI OK UCENSE NOTICE n K.,,,1 A..t„-. tganl o< .v..ii sii.i-1 OU 1 t birtlviu lluu, al i-.io"-K lii I li UlrM. f a g t.riirrmi. Kaq. U-SUtrata. Ulat A aqrned I WOUHKLL f.^ Ai | aul ba eo*i m-oil al a Ucaataliis OpM/t to bt tw %  %  ii oi rabruary. ISU. al I O aV OSUFITni. Aa Porlca MaSHIrata. l>t A' 11 ui hi mi Log AHJHVAt-4 dioMrfw ktaras Kaai taili ,. Hoiiiiiu. m Alma Pla n tar, a.eii u ,p-Kaa H fto. at. lauu 14 Taroma Btar ^Bfl torn n r. frutii Llvarpool I'..;,. *" u. ,„.,--.._, naatwarl Irom Ms %  "" .i7„i I>I 0 B i.KUTlTH. K^ A OFFICIAL NOTICE UNDER TUB SILVER II.MMFR Ulh h. ..nlcr %  n IU* A v^ Kam^Kv^ .i -^r^ZmH: iSqiiilakl' JarlaSlrllaai >R MO.NTWtsr. i lira % %  "Bbt thr Ud> <1 ,il.„|... parlsta dan i I il cimlaiiiins bv aaUmalton IharaabouU ab.iltliiii and lSaM at th.w *id-a on land, ol PiClH allnn and on Ihr IMbluKaud or Hov. vrr rl*r Uu> aiinr u. .^viliai -tli inr n.raauaioi a•"In i. MIBj Ui'i.^.1 -fi-N a.,d aMIl nd bains alih u>w'Hiii'K brlooma nn arcounl ol Ihut 'aul claim* with Ihrir itneaa-. %  glaap Mattrr**, lady i Double M..d Mahod Pt-M I |.i.i Mliiora. t-adar | %  %  .i i K .hen Table.; i>ara and Bow %  >ck Bloai Tarahi !*• afawar. Fubim i Hods. Hoaa; Wbaal %  ariow; l %  Ciard-n Banchra. Hans nails Hou%  BRANI'-.R TKOTMAN CO. be considered for entry to beginner NEW VOKK SKHVICK TrrkaKal Claases (a) Applications will classes in:— (I) Internal Combustion Engineering (ii) Electricity. These clusaes will be preparing for examinations of the City and Guilds of London Institute. "(b> The present Junior CUssea will contmue as Senior Claases A few new students may be admitted, provided that thenknowledge of the subject concerned and general education t* of a satisfactory standard. in The Classes will be held at Ktchmond House. Si. Laonard's School, and will commence m May 1952. (4) There will be two lectures a week of two hours in each subject. (•) Applicants must be over 15 years of £ge on 1st May 1852. (fj Selection for the Classes will be made according to general educational attainment, preference will be given to applicants possessing a School Certiflcato or Its equivalent. Consideration will however bo given to applicants wiih practical workshop experience, plus a good elementary school record, endorsed by the applicant's former Head or other Senior teacher. IR> A fee of S5.(H> per term, payable during the first week of the. ti in. covers all subjects tnken. Failure to pay the fee al the tuna slated may lead to the exclusion of the student. 80% j of the fees paid will be refunded at the end of tbe session to| "y all students who have. In the opinion of the Principal, Dean,|a %  and Lecturers, worked satUfactor ily. and attended regularly I ^_ nnrt punctually. li i Studeiit-s will be required to supply their own stationery and text-books as required by the Lecturers. Applicants must obtain from the office of the Department of j Education applicaTUon forms, which must be tilled in and for. warded to the Dean of Technical Studies, the Barbados EveI ning Institute, at the office of the Department not later than Saturday. 1st March. ISM. No ;tpulicjtin. wit] be entertained after thai date. Department of Education. 23rd January. 1952. 28.1.52-2n. NEW OBUSANS UK VICE UBXrlATOIV v..lll MHh Jan irnvn Barb-w. %  alia Lliti r>b amvea Burhaaea MBS Fl CANADIAN SMVH.K .ui IMIIIII MB Maasa al Sh.p "ALCOA PURITAN" -ALCOA PlOnrfJOV%  Ala-OA J'lANTTJI" lasyassj wm January Mth IVI i ... %  %  aih rabruary lab rM urn Ms ,\hu..,r. h*oi Marti. th March Mlh March Urd April and mill! I: I TBUM LTD. NCK T0E AND OU1* HianC ll'l'llIH COMA a CO. I.TD-CANADIAH *EVI<- SAGUENAY TERMINALS CANAOIAN SERVICE From SI. John and Halifax. N.S. strati 'A ll.M.I... %  UNDIAI Kaaraod Arr >* 1 lab.i H.Ml.t Hat— aaidi't* n-ii..* — %  Jan. 4 PeO. IT Pabruary It Fall IS Feb. S March aj pal M tab. III March IS March J Apnl II UNITED KINGDOM SERVICE FROM SWANSEA, LIVERPOOL AND GLASGOW l .p..i-il Adli >l ........ LIT,.,I OU.I.W D.I.. M.l.,.1.-UNITED KINGDOM AND CONTINENTAL SERVICE -sassF lipaclad Arrlra '. %  rip It.Urrdaaa landan Dalt* in i.l*.l..-: Il.-li.4i.. IS Jan. 4 Fab Fab li Fab li P.* Wc a in town for .... \ BM I %  .I Ibr ...id I oun on Wadbr-d uJOtn day al April. IM. al IajB -l.-n tti-n ..' larikad ^ Olvan under no hand th. rrbruary. ISM. As CUrtk ol | %V/'*V*V/*V*V**aV'/f0*ft. i \ OtlK AOENTS arc ruaklnr %  I ,* and anoie by lakms ardor. *a { 1'araon.I Cbrkdas-a OraaUne C^* > , r r_ laauaat. ^ OFFICIAL SALE i UagaMlpR IS INI XHM^I Wl < "I SI Oi ipri \i .| U (ill.alr I %  •!.•(• i.l BAM MilNTIMsr \ \ WAN KpANTI %  %  rill i I, M. I IB. %  i .ii-. i M EXuIBlTION AT BARBADOS afU9tTJM Wl-l INDIAN PAINTINGS By I:MI.I i i J. MAC LEOIl \ and ii • w MT:K I ol OCR I'Uure Drawings of West Indian Sublecto '•< II Mini n OONNafl -n C MARCH B ii m.—6 p.m. SHI. KNOWS .< i] I noon d %  I foimarlT part af Ik. %  M lorn. i Snowiooai. Bay ft ORIENTAL SOUVENIRS SILKS CURIOS ARTS vrN-nnMOK BED At. | JOYERIAS T ARTIBTtCAS UKIOKLDAnES, TRAIOOH JS LA nrni*. CHINA r KJtTTO THANl'S Pr. Wm. Hry. St.. Dial 34H MM a BaaOlUul e Samplt RaoS <•" I* 91 muraa AgariU Wr.la today %  paid Dapl %  Victor.* %  'ration. RnSland. %  ,..,-,-,,,,,,,,,,,,,,. Mr HIT mat abut Ilia mawuaa.%  1 %  i t.-fiii-i ".I irlll.i. I" ,l .i.i,m and bans .nt-aa. and il not ihai> aald part) -ill br -I .*• foi tale MiLiMMg Friday between Iha u .Mil the M">tisaid lor .i tun IBM i4M U Ditrt UU. I"i •*' %  r C TA1MA. A Ct-tk %  "',.'. t "•Al %  till the cheapest plac< VAI.V.l.WSEO SHEETS Recent sbipnient includes . 24 and 30 gauge CENTRAL IMIMMIU l Corner Prond (. Tudor Streets ---*-*.-.-.' ^'^^v//.v/AV//AV//XA'/rVV///-V.W.W, •-*.--'---'---'----.',*.*---v-^*-'a'^.'---'--.-.'-v-,---,-.-,v**----'-'.-.'-*''-*---v--;Ol H CROP-TIME SALE IS ltlll\t,l\t. I III Ml \IHH S HESPttXSE \ .. :,i.: fLANTAHONS LIMITED — Phone 4701 IIOIH III TUO.1l lltSI i i:i niMiinrill li HIM. I mil l; BROAD STREET PaMrnirr ,IM *frnl* lor: 11.1.^ I ui ..I Airline.. B.O.A.C mil B.W I.A. ALCOA STEAMSHIP COMPANY Trl.phonr No. 4IH rS**A. l.-t ol L Tha %  lata Rarkt for Towala. Ihoe*. Mat. .md HookaTablet for Din."*. Kilchrn. ftaMW Fauci %  I Hidef,.r China. Kilrhen *— !" **T"? ROOM TORN .TURK Tub and .'I riam,l H T>pem%AMD I'KAM I L.S.WILSON ** J. -|.v sTKJtt.T D1AL4UM. 0 C lieval and a IS l'i,.... ICE CREAM PARLOUR I OH SALE Tl Ice Cream Pcrlour The Carib situate .it Baxter's Road Is a goins* coracerv. It u properly equip|i,..i with Rffiigcrators and Deep IV— M S, and gas ^ laid ID. Gootl opporlumly %  > %  ui cnU'i pitting man ot sriMMM Apply ai Mhldl"Street Puinlture Depot Dial 2*45. I These and other thousands know that 8 I Ihe prices Reductions in this Sale is ^ i i i %  ?! I .. im iiii i ii in %  $ ;-.-. %  . %  ,;::::i.:: % % %  % % % % % % %  -%  % % % % % % % % % % % % % % % % % % % % %  %  % % %  • %  %  % %  %  %  %  %  ',• J t A New Re-Diffusion HntaHcaul I "ECHOES OF HEAVEN" Commencing TO NIGHT & continuing S, Tuesdays and Thursdays. tl.tIO p. in. FUNDAMENTAL BAPTIST no are Sham. Genuine the order and Big Reductions of tha day TO-DAY j EVERYDAY at III AM I IIII OS. Wm. Henry & Swan St*. — Dial 3466 IX O TIC1 | Due to the arrival of the Tourist Ship j "LIBERTE" we shall remain open j; on SATURDAY 16th until 4 p.m. and J close at 12 noon on THURSDAY 14th. | AW,W.'.W.W.V. :• tV. II. HI TtHIXSO.X A (m LTB. nonntx IMESS SHOM>E TIME Undet" Auspices II Churches ol Barbado* ,•.:•*:: '.'.:•.•.: %  .•.•.•.•.*.;•. *-*,*,*-*-*.'-*-*-*,*.*.*,*'-*,'-'.*.'**-*'.---.*.*-MILEAGE. SAFETY. ECONOMY' ATLAS TIRES THE LIFE YOU SAVE MAY YOUR OWN DRIVE SAFELY



    PAGE 1

    II l-mi i EBBI nil 12. iMi HARBAi'i.v ADVOCATE i'\r.l H NiC£ M3J CAN SIT UP FLASH GORDON BY DAN BARRY RIP K1RT Bf ALEX RAYMOND ,.5'AflCw* v. S2E ro ^ '.t G3i.i^ <'*. C.CE vOuS CACE) SOUNDS-. I E RED, Mi L. NEvgQ _w,aiAi<,ST SO.'/l T-£5eFEEN£ir^^^i, ^ ffl THF PHA>. BY LEE FALK a RAY MOORES an THERE'S DANGER IN THIS WORM poultry JIIII pool pfOd umJ OP Hi ihc layers 1 u.iimeni with Thcnovis* a the SUICM i\ ol proem mi; worm int'cMation T'hcnoviv' i. nude in powder torm fi mixing with the math Order t'ruiti pM| t.hcmiM or Agricultural Merchant IIM\M> I'll! NOI III \/IM DISPERSIB1.K POWDER %  MID cfdwuiBi b luunicv in %  elf, but it otk-ii tcta iv .1 "confer 1 of %  I CMCOI worm Md mood* OOGC tht-ao %  OfSMgp P*NN inlo -i MtfaWli l*MJ T.iputlv develop. ui to undviftioni m braalag k'HENOVIS' An I. C. I. Product "PHENO IS" BRAND PIIENOTi i:\ZINE if TKAJtS A lUolKIli S. & S. RUM IWvaua* of )l> | MELLOW FLAVOUR AMI COOL DRINK Mended ..mi Bottled STUART & SAMPSON (1938) LTD. — —oeeo aooooooooo >a o *i ft •* J \\ e have just Received I ln> Hum I'udrilna \ ..-. i. .1 HtkCulU Crvtttn CtMfcin .. P* NttU .. 1'. i rv PMchN. Oripw nd Pineapple* SoupM MUM|fl Cffre Shell AlmondI Retail I I'him. Mixed t mil K*Uli.a Currant*. Prune* A Mixed feel I .1.1. t. Hi.lama, Table IliilUr lina Oranie. Grapefruit. O. O. P. Juleca l.unrneon Beef. Ro**t Bef vj IVJ ipkc Upton-. Horn I \ nun* Typhoo, Red Rooei 5 • i (FT** Peter'a Round ' Tree*) INCE & CO. Ill, lilllHKh HT. -.--*.*.*.*.*.-.'.-.IT PAYS YOU TO DEAL HERE SPECIAL offers to all Cash and Credit Customers for Monday to Wednesday only | Cl III. (II t I IIS liramm i.ti.ili.hl.' al nur llri.ni in s I .....Ui.' N|t'.|(l.lftt*w ii ua.cl SHHII SIIHI Usually Now U.u.lls NOW ESCAR | 87 .HI ''""" VEOETABLESAI.AH ra 36 .:u w "' iVI, v iMi ""' %  •* %  ** Tins KIG JAM 52 .411 imam HUTS HO LM vk *" *' %  SW,:|:T n,si l l1s * SAUSAGES 4-01 3 M BKKTS and CARKUTK—Mt I* Of D. V. SCOTT & Co. Ltd. Broad Street I II I f O L O A A A II I (. II l> I I it I i N ol* tin if tifj<>. 1lu> pruttiettl CA it us in iinvn *" Just in time... to put you right for that special occasion. ADVOCATE STATIONERY Broad Street & Greystone Shop. Hastings



    PAGE 1

    r I ESTABLISHED 1895 TUESDAY. Fi bKUARY 12. 12 I'KICE FTVE CENTS CHIEF SCOUT ARRIVES IN BARBADOS Will Stay Here OneWeek LOHD ROWALLAN. Chief Scout of ihe British CumProm All Quartern; monwealth arrived at Seawell at 10 o'clock yesterday morning from St. Vincent accompanied by Lt. Comdr. E. P. Mallinsun, Field Commissioner (or West Riding of Yorkshire. He was met at the airport by a reception committee and a guard uf honour of ninety Scouts who were drawn up in a circle in front of the airport's Terminal Building Th* reception committee —— prised Major Dennis Vaughau. Governor's ADC. who met him on behalf of Hi Excel)* Governor. Majm J. E. Griffith, Island Scout CommuaoDir, air C. R. C. Springer. Assistant Island Scout Commissioner (for Training) Hon. H. A. Cuke CHE President of the Boy Scouts Association. Mr. Kisely Tucker. Vice-president, Rev. L. C. MaBalicu, ConimlniontT for St. Joseph, Mr. G. E. Cor bin, Commissioner for St. Lucy, who Salvaging The'Potick/ IN another week or two, a survey will be carried out near the cross berth of the inner basin of the Careenag.was in charge of the guard ofl with a view lo findim: out ^^^"^X^'J".^^* whether or not the 34-ton French Yawl "Potlck" can be salvaged The survey will be done by Mr. Denton Savers. Engineer in charge of Government craft. Ai 4 20 a.m. on Monday. January 16. 1950. the Potick sank at the cross berth of the Inner basin altar the sprang a leak some hours "il"' Subsequent attempts at salvaging her failed. Col. 1 the Lodge School Scouts, A. H. C. Campbell. CoramiM for the Midland urea. Mrs. E. B. Williams, Island Guide Commissioner. Miss Nora burton. M.B.E. Commissioner for Guide Camping. Mrs. F. A. Bishop MBE. District Guide Commissioner, Miss Marie I-iuoru*, Guide Commissioner anJ Mrs. H. M. Farmer. District Guide Corrun i ssi oner. KLAN CAMERON" Lord Rowallan, wearing khaki shift, with black arm band, scarf. %  lartan of the "Klan Cameron'* and carrying a cane was the Ursl passenger off the ll.G. Airways Grumman Goose. He wM followed by his secretary Lt. Cosmdr. E. P Mallinson, and two other passengers. Alter shaking hands with the icceplioti committee Lord RowaLLm accompanied by Major Griffllh walked over to the guard of honour. This was the sign*) lor o welcome cry, aiHl ninety votes* broke the quiet atmosphcra of th*airport with .• rousing cry of B —P B —P 1-ord Rowallan LORD ROWALLAN CHIEF CHIEEEEEKF RA-RA-RA-then each scout placed his hat on his staff, and with stav laised above their heads ended the t ry with a still louder RA! Lord Rowallan then shook hand, with each scout In the circular guard of honour pausing here am lhare lo exchange a few word> with some, inspect proficient'v badges and enquire „ %  to wheUv they were Second Class Scouts, | First Class Scouts etc. After shaking hands with Mi Corbin who was in charge of th? Kuard of honour, Mr. Tatnal an i Mr. Victor Matthews who were assisting. Lord Rowallan thanked the scouts for their very fine welcome. "I've heard a lot about you. your difficulties and how you Ustakg thi-m." He has .: strong deep votaa which was easily heard by the assembled group Of Seoul*. Later in the Terminal Building if ihe airport Loid Howallan told the AdVocafi"If all of the scouts I shall meet in Jamaica are as smart ag the ones. I've just mat, I shall be very pleased indeed." Lord Rowallan said he used to be a Scout in Scotland bcfoi became an Empire Seoul. Whan he received his appointment Buckingham Palace he wore shorts, m keeping with the custom for Empire Scouts. The laic King George VI asked him why he w*> not wearing hi kilt, Lorn Rowallan explained an immediately King Ueorgw gave him his permission to wear hi kilt even though he was now an Empire Scout. Lord Rowallan said he heard the sad news of the King's death just as he and Lt. Comdr. Mallinson were leaving Government House. Jamaica for Trinidad. "It Is a tragic loss indeed." he concluded. Scouts taking part in the guard of honour were drawn from the following troops, Spcightstown. St Patrick's. Lodge. GUI Memorial Cathedral. Holy Innocents., Cornier mere. St. George's. Bethel, James Street. 1st Sea Scouts. 3rd Sea Scouts (Speight'-town) and Y.M.C.A. Sea ScoutLord Row a Hun is a xuest of Hii Excellency the Governor a' Government House lie is due to remain here for one week • under water, she fell at i io James Murray, a loci' Where Are The Lions? Johannesbarg:— Twenty Ameri. tan dollar millionaires from the mSSL7 forM ""'** U nvr u*ii %  omired .i minijiure New York rrom the (op of a goldmine dump M Johannesburg "Sure they mm. ITS a tine town but where are the lions?" Now they are going to the Kruger National Pprk to look for them. Albuqurraae. N Mexlee:— i.uned gold, perhaps legendary, perhaps real, has fescm itcd man. kind throughout the centuries. In the wild mountains over the Mexican border there is just such I magnet. When rovstenng 1'nniho Villa, the Mexican bandit, was raiding United Slates territory 10 >ear* ago. he Is supposed to have .iccumulated and hidden seven million dollars in American gold. Nw "IT go seven students from me University of Now Mextoo, el Albuquerque, armed with an old map said to mark where the dollars are lurking. Whil. UCtion "• oinin JHUrrej. a luw %  _.—,y dealer in charcoal who Ihen lex* ) ^c 2 ndu f u>r over the responsibility of having) L£ !" ,0, :. a her salvaged. Divers and the elements removed parts of the yawl from time lo time leaving a keleton hull on the sea bad. The local Harbour and Shipping Master told the Advocate terdav that the sunken yawl i menare in the inner basin, imall schooner may l>e able to %  the berth, he said, but no big boats can use It. eK pa ct Sxl t" d rry out the ir. Mr Sayers Is "skin diving" to iurvey. The shipping authorities will then if the yawl ran be salvaged witn the equipment they have The Government water boat and tug bora oitiliiTtnere is expected to be used If the yawl can be salvaged Official Engagement Cancelled ON Sunday afternoon, two bussM from the General Motor Omnibus Company left the landing steps on the Wharf with a party of Chief Petty Officers. Petty Officers and men froni H.M.S. Devonshire and H.M.S Knard Bay for the Crane Hotel where they were entertained by the members of the Royal and Merchant Navy League. Before going to the Crane, they were taken on a sight-seeing tour. visiting many places of interest. After ,i iwlm, they wen cnlcitained to tea. They returned to Bridgetown at 7.00 p.m. All the officers and men enjoyed Ihelr day and regretted that they Jesunnesbwrr— Teen-age boy glamour in being a tram or at a starting wage month plus a free uniform, travel and medical attention, a pension and leave privileges. Said n tramways <-fncial "We have had only a few applications in answer to our advertisements for conductors from 18 year olds." He suggested thai bojl HII not like shift work and dhuDu wearing uniform. Barbados Oil Rights In The Commons THE award • .( oil ritfhis in Barbados to the Gulf Oil Company was raised in the HOUM "1 CoaUkV r> 30th by Mr. Harold Da vies and supported by supplemeiiiasry questions from Mr Bernard Braine It will be remembered thai Mr Braine was rtCCtrl .i \i->u to Barbados and was compelled li hurry back home iccause of tinImralnsjpcsj ol the < Mi h (labour, i sun had l lea Kiehmund. Virginia:—Not only %  trophy, but a kls>, from the town's prettiest teenager 17-yearold Owen Coyner was the prise for all 26 members of Company A in the Cadet Corps at the Thomas JifTerson High School In Kichnond. after a drill competition. Bui smiles turned to frowns when word came from Owen's home immediately afterwards that she had chlckenpox, Paris:—Yolene Bardin's wedding dress was hlnck. with %  hls.-k v.-tl For she was mourning for the man she was marrying. He was hurled %  even months ago, Voteae is the Prst woman lo invoke a 12-y .•Id French law which allowed her to marry a dead man. Her is tho sort of sad romance much beloved of Ihe French. Her f'anre Jacques Gulneau was pSssted to Indo.Chini. so they planned to gel married by mail. But before the marriage p|ier reached France from Indo-China for Yolene to countersign. Jacques was killed. Volene. though, decided to No on wilh Ihe wedding. Now she has become Mme. Jacques Gulneau; her dowry — seven i months of widow's pensiun. tUT honeymoon — "To work lo have I my husband brought back and burled near me at home." The %  ;. vcrnmenl say that the marriage is legal. Ilanriuf. Merway:— How many could rival Ihe record of a British see-cook who was swept overboard not once, but twice, during a storm —and lived to tell the tale* r happened like this: While carrying a sack of cabbages to the galley during rough seas, he was rwept overboard by a monster wave, and then tossed on board .gain A moment Inter he was -wept overboard I second time, but lowed hick once more, n-ii.-r. uf the crew found him uin on deck hut •"" clutch ins; hi* cabbages. At Harstad he was taken to hospital where he is making I *
The Barbados advocate
ALL ISSUES CITATION THUMBNAILS DOWNLOADS PAGE IMAGE ZOOMABLE
Full Citation
STANDARD VIEW MARC VIEW
Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00098964/02807
 Material Information
Title: The Barbados advocate
Uniform Title: Barbados advocate (Bridgetown, Barbados : 1983)
Portion of title: Sunday advocate
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: Advocate Co.
Place of Publication: Bridgetown Barbados
Bridgetown, Barbados
Publication Date: Tuesday, February 12, 1952
Frequency: daily
regular
 Subjects
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Bridgetown (Barbados)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: Barbados -- Bridgetown
 Notes
Dates or Sequential Designation: Apr. 22, 1983-
Numbering Peculiarities: No issue published for May 3, 1983.
General Note: On Sunday published as: Sunday advocate.
General Note: Microfilm produced before 1988 may be substandard.
General Note: Latest issue consulted: Feb. 28, 2005.
 Record Information
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
Resource Identifier: oclc - 17931718
lccn - sn 88063345
Classification: lcc - Newspaper
System ID: UF00098964:02807
 Related Items
Preceded by: Advocate-news (Bridgetown, Barbados)

Downloads
Full Text
r
I
ESTABLISHED 1895
TUESDAY. Fi bKUARY 12. 12
I'KICE FTVE CENTS
CHIEF SCOUT ARRIVES IN BARBADOS
Will Stay Here OneWeek
LOHD ROWALLAN. Chief Scout of ihe British Cum- Prom All Quartern;
monwealth arrived at Seawell at 10 o'clock yesterday
morning from St. Vincent accompanied by Lt. Comdr.
E. P. Mallinsun, Field Commissioner (or West Riding of
Yorkshire.
He was met at the airport by a reception committee
and a guard uf honour of ninety Scouts who were drawn
up in a circle in front of the airport's Terminal Building
Th* reception committee
prised Major Dennis Vaughau.
Governor's ADC. who met him
on behalf of Hi Excel)*
Governor. Majm J. E. Griffith,
Island Scout CommuaoDir, air
C. R. C. Springer. Assistant Island
Scout Commissioner (for Training)
Hon. H. A. Cuke CHE President
of the Boy Scouts Association. Mr.
Kisely Tucker. Vice-president,
Rev. L. C. MaBalicu, ConimlniontT
for St. Joseph, Mr. G. E. Cor bin,
Commissioner for St. Lucy, who
Salvaging
The'Potick/
IN another week or two, a
survey will be carried out
near the cross berth of the
inner basin of the Careenag.-
was in charge of the guard ofl with a view lo findim: out
^^^"^X^'J".^^* whether or not the 34-ton
French Yawl "Potlck" can be
salvaged The survey will be
done by Mr. Denton Savers.
Engineer in charge of Gov-
ernment craft.
Ai 4 20 a.m. on Monday. Jan-
uary 16. 1950. the Potick sank at
the cross berth of the Inner basin
altar the sprang a leak some hours
"il"' Subsequent attempts at
salvaging her failed.
Col.1
the Lodge School Scouts,
A. H. C. Campbell. CoramiM
for the Midland urea. Mrs. E. B.
Williams, Island Guide Commis-
sioner. Miss Nora burton. M.B.E.
Commissioner for Guide Camping.
Mrs. F. A. Bishop MBE. District
Guide Commissioner, Miss Marie
I-iuoru*, Guide Commissioner anJ
Mrs. H. M. Farmer. District Guide
Corrun i ssi oner.
KLAN CAMERON"
Lord Rowallan, wearing khaki
shift, with black arm band, scarf.
lartan of the "Klan Cameron'*
and carrying a cane was the Ursl
passenger off the ll.G. Airways
Grumman Goose. He wM followed
by his secretary Lt. Cosmdr. E. P
Mallinson, and two other
passengers.
Alter shaking hands with the
icceplioti committee Lord RowaLLm
accompanied by Major Griffllh
walked over to the guard of
honour. This was the sign*) lor o
welcome cry, aiHl ninety votes*
broke the quiet atmosphcra of
th*- airport with . rousing cry
of B P........B P........
1-ord Rowallan..........LORD
ROWALLAN....... CHIEF
.......... CHIEEEEEKF
RA-RA-RA-then each scout placed
his hat on his staff, and with stav
laised above their heads ended the
t ry with a still louder RA!
Lord Rowallan then shook hand,
with each scout In the circular
guard of honour pausing here am
lhare lo exchange a few word>
with some, inspect proficient'v
badges and enquire - to wheUv
they were Second Class Scouts, |
First Class Scouts etc.
After shaking hands with Mi
Corbin who was in charge of th?
Kuard of honour, Mr. Tatnal an i
Mr. Victor Matthews who were
assisting. Lord Rowallan thanked
the scouts for their very fine
welcome. "I've heard a lot about
you. your difficulties and how you
Ustakg thi-m." He has .:
strong deep votaa which was easily
heard by the assembled group Of
Seoul*.
Later in the Terminal Building
if ihe airport Loid Howallan told
the AdVocafi- "If all of the scouts
I shall meet in Jamaica are as
smart ag the ones. I've just mat,
I shall be very pleased indeed."
Lord Rowallan said he used to
be a Scout in Scotland bcfoi
became an Empire Seoul. Whan
he received his appointment
Buckingham Palace he wore
shorts, m keeping with the custom
for Empire Scouts.
The laic King George VI asked
him why he w*> not wearing hi
kilt, Lorn Rowallan explained an
immediately King Ueorgw gave
him his permission to wear hi
kilt even though he was now an
Empire Scout.
Lord Rowallan said he heard
the sad news of the King's death
just as he and Lt. Comdr. Mallin-
son were leaving Government
House. Jamaica for Trinidad. "It
Is a tragic loss indeed." he
concluded.
Scouts taking part in the guard
of honour were drawn from the
following troops, Spcightstown. St
Patrick's. Lodge. GUI Memorial
Cathedral. Holy Innocents., Corn-
ier mere. St. George's. Bethel,
James Street. 1st Sea Scouts. 3rd
Sea Scouts (Speight'-town) and
Y.M.C.A. Sea Scout-
Lord Row a Hun is a xuest of Hii
Excellency the Governor a'
Government House lie is due to
remain here for one week
under water, she fell at
i io James Murray, a loci'
Where Are
The Lions?
Johannesbarg: Twenty Ameri.
tan dollar millionaires from the
mSSL7forM ""'**Unvr u*ii
omired .i minijiure New York
rrom the (op of a goldmine dump
m Johannesburg "Sure they
mm. ITS a tine town but where
are the lions?" Now they are
going to the Kruger National Pprk
to look for them.
Albuqurraae. N Mexlee:
i.uned gold, perhaps legendary,
perhaps real, has fescm itcd man.
kind throughout the centuries. In
the wild mountains over the
Mexican border there is just such
I magnet. When rovstenng 1'nn-
iho Villa, the Mexican bandit, was
raiding United Slates territory 10
>ear* ago. he Is supposed to have
.iccumulated and hidden seven
million dollars in American gold.
Nw "IT go seven students from
me University of Now Mextoo, el
Albuquerque, armed with an old
map said to mark where the
dollars are lurking.
Whil.
UCtion " oinin JHUrrej. a luw __.,y
dealer in charcoal who Ihen lex* ) ^-c2ndufu>r
over the responsibility of having) L ,0,:.a
her salvaged. Divers and the ele-
ments removed parts of the yawl
from time lo time leaving a
keleton hull on the sea bad.
The local Harbour and Ship-
ping Master told the Advocate
terdav that the sunken yawl
i menare in the inner basin,
imall schooner may l>e able to
the berth, he said, but no
big boats can use It.
eKpactSxl t" d
rry out the
ir. Mr Sayers Is
"skin diving" to
iurvey. The ship-
ping authorities will then
if the yawl ran be salvaged witn
the equipment they have The
Government water boat and tug
bora oitiliiTtnere is expected to
be used If the yawl can be sal-
vaged
Official
Engagement
Cancelled
ON Sunday afternoon, two
bussM from the General Motor
Omnibus Company left the
landing steps on the Wharf
with a party of Chief Petty
Officers. Petty Officers and
men froni H.M.S. Devonshire
and H.M.S Knard Bay for the
Crane Hotel where they were
entertained by the members
of the Royal and Merchant
Navy League.
Before going to the Crane, they
were taken on a sight-seeing tour.
visiting many places of interest.
After ,i iwlm, they wen cnlci-
tained to tea. They returned to
Bridgetown at 7.00 p.m.
All the officers and men enjoyed
Ihelr day and regretted that they
Jesunnesbwrr Teen-age boy
glamour in being a tram or
at a starting wage
_ month plus a free
uniform, travel and medical at-
tention, a pension and leave
privileges. Said n tramways
<-fncial "We have had only a few
applications in answer to our ad-
vertisements for conductors from
18 year olds." He suggested thai
bojl Hii not like shift work and
dhuDu wearing uniform.
Barbados Oil Rights
In The Commons
THE award .( oil ritfhis in Barbados to the Gulf Oil Com-
pany was raised in the Houm "1 CoaUkV r> 30th
by Mr. Harold Da vies and supported by supplemeiiiasry
questions from Mr Bernard Braine
It will be remembered thai Mr Braine was rtCCtrl
.i \i->u to Barbados and was compelled li hurry back home
iccause of tin- Imralnsjpcsj ol the <
Mi h (labour,
i sun
had
l lea
Kiehmund. Virginia:Not only
trophy, but a kls>, from the
town's prettiest teenager 17-year-
old Owen Coyner was the prise
for all 26 members of Company a
in the Cadet Corps at the Thomas
JifTerson High School In Kich-
nond. after a drill competition.
Bui smiles turned to frowns when
word came from Owen's home
immediately afterwards that she
had chlckenpox,
Paris:Yolene Bardin's wedding
dress was hlnck. with hls.-k v.-tl
For she was mourning for the man
she was marrying. He was hurled
even months ago, Voteae is the
Prst woman lo invoke a 12-y
.Id French law which allowed her
to marry a dead man. Her
is tho sort of sad romance much
beloved of Ihe French. Her
f'anre Jacques Gulneau was pSsst-
ed to Indo.Chini. so they planned
to gel married by mail. But be-
fore the marriage p|ier reached
France from Indo-China for Yo-
lene to countersign. Jacques was
killed. Volene. though, decided
to No on wilh Ihe wedding. Now
she has become Mme. Jacques
Gulneau; her dowry seven
i months of widow's pensiun. tUT
honeymoon "To work lo have
I my husband brought back and
burled near me at home." The
;. vcrnmenl say that the
marriage is legal.
Ilanriuf. Merway: How many
could rival Ihe record of a British
see-cook who was swept overboard
not once, but twice, during a storm
and lived to tell the tale* r
happened like this: While carry-
ing a sack of cabbages to the
galley during rough seas, he was
rwept overboard by a monster
wave, and then tossed on board
.gain A moment Inter he was
-wept overboard I second time,
but lowed hick once more, n-ii.-r.
uf the crew found him uin
on deck hut "" clutch ins; hi*
cabbages. At Harstad he was
taken to hospital where he is
making I * LORD ROWALLAN Ctalsf Siout of the Common wealth and Emplir who arrived from Bt Vincent y-
fTil.LV nice!, tbs RecepUoa OommltUw at staawvU. He U aesn sbsklng hml. snth Hon H A Cuke.
C BE. Presidsut of the Boy Bee, t- Auociauon.
Left to right are. Miss Bora Burton. MBE, Uulde Conuamioiisr for Camping. Mrs P. A Bishop.
MBE. District Oulde Commi- -loner. Mrs. H. M. Tanner. Di-UUl OmSe Ooaunlsslonsi, Ms). J P.
Unffith. Island Scout Commissioiier. Lord itowallan, Han. H. A- Oaks, Maj A H. 0. Campbell. Commitnion
r for Midland areas and Mr. Rissly Tucker. Vice President of the Boy Scouts AsaocIsUan sad Pre.U
dent of the Executive Commute-
Mrs. E. B Williams. Island Oulde PftiBiliwlen" la hidden by Lord Rowallan.
The Ousrd of Honour U in the background.
35 Acres Of Three Big Planes
Canes Burnt _, A - .
Crash In 2 Months
KU/.ABKTH. Newark, New Jersey. Kcb. 10.
IIIK third big airliner to crash here within two
months early to-duy killod W pvrsona aiul injun-d A2 crswt-
ing such a wave of public alarm and indiuiiHtion that
axQofntng Newark air|Hrt. and busiest was shut down Immediately, "in Ihe light l
these iraic events and p.-iuiirn: further investigation.'
I. ,ll:..-'.-l |>UlH .1 I"
four englned giant, owned by
National Alrhnws, mmihi.l mUi
One of the lnri^
the year occurred at Mangr->v
SI Philip al *bt 12.50 a.m. on Sunday. Jl burn
13| acres of first crop and It*
.
Thry an the properly of Car-
nnnl'ir states Ltd. and IStfll
insured.
A tue -t IMcasUiut Hall Planla
..-. ^' i''
I -
oraf; i:,. capea. property ol C A
Th. W*CSj insurer
terai >>i m- c*
. .............. '
nt Hanson P1ant-iin. S
ti bout I N i on Fi iday Tmay
are <> property of W. A v.
WOOd / Ihe ;im. pl.i; '.it-'-i -I
oreri.
Another Bra --t Bier i
tattoo, st George at aboul 8 |.m
rstay burnt six acres of
first crop ripe eat i
E W Edgjiill. TI
At Maxwell Christ Church, a
i re, .it ^Uiui 4 p.m. on Saturday
burnt O0 holes of first r -i- I "
canes, popart) ol Joseph Taut of
Silver Hill. TOO holes i
croo ripe canes proper!\ I
,v.ell Hill, Ml
.,.!, ,['.., ne, pro-
perty of James Haynes of Maxwell
Hill an.) three quai!'is uf an acre
vf third crop rif-
of Lucy Deaneof Sea Hock, Chri
Church These cane* were not
Insured
which
Owing to the death of King
George Sixth, the members of the
Royal and Merchant Navy League
had to cancel all omeial dance*
ami are therefore entertaining the
mer by way of invitations to bath-
ing and tea parties In addition to
private parties.
The l officers and men from II MS
Devonshire and M.H.S. i'ncinl Bom
nn Saturday afternoon at Paradi
Beach.
On Sunday afternoon 15 Cadets
from both ships left the Baggage.
Warehouse in one of Ihc Leeward Detective ConiUbl.- Mi
buses on a sight-seeing tour They Brathwaithe of Chrui t.nut*
were accompanied by Capl II. if. who loft Barbados ten month
Williams Secretary of Ibelago as *. recruit for the Oieiwda
VMC.A. who conducted the tour I police Fores bai )u I
nd the Chaplain of the Det>on-! transferred back lo ItorDados.
sMre, Bev, J N C Holland i He arrived here on Saturday b,
Ih i-iulif lakan was Andrew- I B.W.I. A and will take up AltfSS
iv Hackleton's CbfT. fjom lo-dav.
St John's Church. Codrington Detective Constable Drnlh-
College anrt then on to the Crane wallhe is a former student of
where there was sea-bathing idle IV"-' Foundation School.
Transferred From
Grenada
Threats Against
Truman 'a Life
Increasing Sharply
WASHINGTON Fob. 11,
Resolution
I\issn I For
Demonstration
(iEOKGETOWN. B.C.. Feb .0.
daflnita assurance oy
Legislator Cheddi B- Jagan that
.it lot disiK-l ami being
circulated had not been of a sub
,ml that neither
he nor his wife had boon an agent
foreign power, the conference
of the lit; Trade Union ( OtUM ll
i kmg class organisations
unit of ihe People'* Progressive
party, today unanimously passed
iluUofl in fnvoui al lb* 10 < -
petal oi the Caribbean labour
(of -' CBilibaaii wide
dentil
Hgaiiikl the restriction of oumc-
ment "I tu.1- union .md polilical
leaders in British Caribbean colo-
nies
I The conference aiao agreed U
resoluliofui rsguesting steps to be
taken to remove that t
legislation from the statute book
of these colon!*, and lie forwarded!got
Her Majesty'. Secretary of I feet
..partmant house
i families were sleeping
ites after taking off frotn
Newark to Miami. Fitly nlo.
paasi-iigei including thiee bahici
n arms and four crewmen Sfafl
boar three crewmen and three resi-
denlS Ol the bull'hng weie Kllle Thlrlv one passengers and "ine
eaidents ware in hospital, some
gravely Injured.
Several paaaBiigar* and utew-
urdess. Miss Nancy Taylor. 22
ears old. war* scarcely injured
h. [ihuie crashwl two minute
ftar the takr-ofT and was in
trouble practically frosn the in-
stant the wheels krfl the runwa..
Miss Taylor said "All of a sud-
den Ihe engines spluttered ano
stopped then we went down '
pauuenger said he saw th-
propcllor of the far right engine
turning in reverse. Pilot Wayne
G I'ostei ladioed the control
tower 'love an engine. Coming
back"
Other passengers '"ere lonscioux
in seconds before the disaster ol
the pilot fighting to keep the
plane m the air Some said he
Higher lhan a few hundroH
t Miss Taylor said It wfc-
Biisiainaiilr
Detained In
Puerto Rico
SAY in. is in ii
ffSssB oe. o-i. Dawswassgwsu
KINGSTON. Feb. II
Qovarnca sir HuWh Pool sods
sent a cabled reuuest to the Brll
sh Mlm-ler in Puerto \\\- o f >
fsjporl an the Uicsdenl an gaandt
hen the Hun. W. A B I
eas dalalnad at law aft ,
tusiMS'tert t'onin .:
i hi Qwrssfstoi looli 'i .
ifler making a prel
cat on Sunday nuhl I.< ti i
'onsul General heie, against Uie
hdtgnitj omeed last alecisxi head
4 Ihe Jn"
irnveo |n Purito lllco on Spn.1.%
0 Mttand the Industrial Develr>p-
nent Conference sponsored
ihe Caribbean Commission
This niormuK the Kaecut
rouMfl diacunad 'oi warding
formal pfwcaal in Ujg UnlV it
States Government lluough : <
Colonial fjAei bul
decision pending the iwsmI the Hiitish MlnTstei m San Ju
"it BuMamanas wa
by the immigration DM
questioning because ho
Busfamante'i gaaittoi card i
iirste-i that he was a Comiiumi"
i_ici iv ap.iitgiM-d t.. the Ja-
maican pohlirian saving
it waa j mut-ki
Mr. Bustamanu exploded loud-
i> daa^aruUni ^n .ipology from
!hi- US (o.venimint "1 have
ted Stab .
it uf II >
freed am even for .i feu minutes.
he said and refusetl to kaavS uSa
alfBOfl niiiii Government olHrials
a.ii- OOQtaOHSd, The full Jamaien
. onci'SMi.na ha)
the Governi
Barbados to the Gulf Ol I
1-bvirg '." pHMpeet for
il; and how i liispeetlns;
pare with thew granted
i ion Oil Company.
I rttaltO" The British
Union Oil Comp.ii
;list ortei of pr wr 55 per cant of the Island
1th tin rea Tite
Cnmparu n It b I ihe offot anjl
broke oft Ih the
Baroa lo Qovi i nn ent The Gulf
up light-, i
Island
anl ..f tlir
I
..f rhe I md
i. I*r< Union
Oil Conipam will i
can
which i- dill avallahle for pros-
asjrAlnf,
Mr. Daiu, Am I t.
from the statement of the right
hon Gentleman that there has
been no diienminalton whatso-
ever against the Brttisii Oil Com-
Mr I.i,d.a \ I nmd In
my answer, the oil company re-
vived the (list >>tTer of propoet>
ina riahl
.Mr. h. "-uni Hrrtii tConser-
fcv.J I*
my right hon Friend ware that
thj Bull h i.ini-anv l-.id been
ifd nil,
thut conditlori wore oflarad lo it
and to the American lumpauy
wfili h were nulte iinnrtrapTlPiiT to
iiie British rnrnpany, and that,
iftn llu Bnttsh ciHn|Miiiy had
nors] favourable con-
lib.m w.ie uflVied t.i the Amerl-
company* Is he further
th.it whan I was in Barba-
dos last year qulse
- Itng ma
Mr. I>(/if. Iropi
dalogalion wailo.1 al the airport
wilh BUNtlilli.illle
In the mesntnne Mi John
Cktgg. '-""il-.i- Adviser to the
Jamaiian Govuminciil
Oovernot Fool Informing
tin in.Html
Stale for the Colonies, lerrtlnnal I' 00 * l'B001 '?,' _.
atsiiSfBSii, 'h* Bui- Dropped Like A Shot
ish Trade Union Council and i
National Council for civil Ubartli
Great Britain and that
^^craaaed^hsr^ rNKmle. Progtess.ve Party ta- call-
ed upon to organise a demonst-
LONDONERS AT PALACE GATE AFTER KING'S DEATH
President Truman Inc
|y lait year.' according to
of r K Baugl
Chief of r i Si el B<
llshed by the House Appropria-
tions Sub-Commiltee. He said thai
the .V___
Presidents received 3,029 car*s
"involving threats against the
President" during Ihe year ending
last June JO.
That was a 48% Increase over
the number in the previous 12
monlhi I
attempted assassination of Trunun
at Bl-u House on November I
i 1**0. to a large number ol "m-
tajnparab itten out
lunti" fiom persons wp
harmless upon InveaUgntion
li.iughin-iL paid tn '
incnasc WM "undouhU-dly du
. ntniversial l"su
sharply differing opinions as to
governmental policies, and to
; He said thai
85 person*, were arreatald lM
Ihreata and 79 convicted and sent
lo prison or mental hospital:
during she year ending
June SO.
He did nol give cosnparat;'.
iiguren fw the previous year. 1
I*.P.
Then suddenly the heavy plane
dropped like a shot," as one pas-
*nger put It. Foster Jettisoned
his gasoline and n showered dov. n
0 On Page 3
tion in this country inviting
Trade Union Council, the Federa-
tion uf Union- of Government rm-
ptoyeaa of the bg. E:>st ladlao
id other representa-
tive working class orgMisatlon
', B Mln tpate.
the latest echo to tin
Trinidad Government's ban on
Cheddi and Ins wife Janet, CM
COUtv UlOr and Oneral I
I'n.giessive Party.
i kofl in ihc
island
kin Jagan war, also t. i
- .lly pro-
redrd to Barbados to eniov
EiivoyTo-Kt|irnWPt
Ru8siu At Fuiri>rl
MOSCOW, Feb il
viel Foreign Minute
Andrei V. Vvhinsky Informed the
'I"!! British F.ml>asy t*iai the So>. ic.
"* Aml>a-.sador In Ijondon, ZaruMn.
Will t.-piesel.1 the Sovo-t Govr
\o rarii.-s For
Chief Scout
AH ofneial parties in honour the Chief Scout Lord Bowallan
,1 lo this Island, havt
ing to the deutli
low on 4 1
,m died i
A King Ocurge.
I ',.
hllll
ycfcturday's Cocktail Party
nt House, dm Kiail Pai
hoard II.M U. Devonshire at 6 11
pin Dinner Party at Oovcrnm hi
louse on Wednesday
1-orn" tjowalUn's bioadc-st pvei
Ili-dilTusion which was !.hedu.'<
For Saturday hag also i*en po-.t
poned unlil a date lo bc
e at"1'
Thcw" matters
..t all D) tho
urigisuU quv'tlon. DUs gee; into
the post. I wan nkr.l what eOTH
had bjsen graaM the
ulf Oil Coropany.
Bf BvatsM Win in. rlghl boa
Fiieud fnnsider repnesentations
an the subject which I -h.iii make
Ui him '
I. in.i. Catteli I
but. as far as my info
i. AinericHii company re-
Mktved ihe sanW oJTer ai was made
o the Britfin mm pasQ
GtasM^On Appnivul*
NEW YOBK, Feb. II,
Kiclianl Ca I Lilian, sO, was Jailed
-Itcr admilling to the Police that
he told guns "on approval" to
hold-up men. Pstlice said that the
buyers paid according to the
proceeds of their robberies or re-
turned Uie guns without paying
any fee if the hold-up did not
produce i esults
ll.P.
CLEAN WHOLESOME |
EVERY GRAIN EDIBLE
NO PICKING REQUIRED.
Memorial Barrios
To Ih- Ilild Fri
i. 'he llswiosial
|ii' M iii-U IW Ute
King George VI at 9t. MMiaeia
Cathedral a| Il i.m. <-n Friday
Februar> i > ticket
,.nh. (i la hoped la iseue the
liikvts BOt latai than Wednc
day. February 13. .
It King George's li
leral
CM'
OIifVING SUUICTS Itand quietly outside the gales of Buckingham Palace, London, fj.-.^ung the ai-
oojncement of Ihe death of George VI One of the group (eenterl nade newspsper lelling of the de-
Ulli of the monarch* passing si hi* country residence at Sandrmgiu.-n ""
Car And Cjycle.
Collide
Reuben Yarde of Montrosc,
( inist church, was injured ir. an
.ecident nt OifTlrM rflll
Church, at about 4.00 pin 00
Ks hM i-H-n detained at
Ihe General Hospi<..l
Yarde. owner of bicycle X-829,
was travelling on the b
h was riden by Ethei-i
iK-rt Chase of Montrose The
cycle collided wilh the rear past
of motor car X-1159. whlih was
parked along the mad. Chae wag
also injured. He was trawled all
the General Hospital and data
charged.
The bicycle was extensively)
eamaged The rear glass of the]
car was broken.
WJ. Win
1st Tost
The Wnl Indie* won the
First Tesl Match in New
Zealand In five wicketi.

SIW /I M.WU l-T In.. J-
I 1ST INNIMOB BS1
M / *l IMi "-I' !**- I
n i 'h iMMiwns

k i> him a*
IS
Worrrll not out
(iorraPi inH out
Kxlre.
Total ha -l<"
Leading Jet PiloB
Missing In Korm
TOKYO. Feb. II.
Major Ganeral A Davis, taudnn
jit air pilot has been official!
listed as missing since Sundas
Reports declared that he had M
IMrachuled from his crippled
S-hie-jet which plunged 10 the
giound duilng a sub-stiateaphere
battle l^-tweewi nearly 100 MIC'.
..i. Dax.s la eredltad with destn?-
ii.K M MlGf.
-t.F.
Pope Grfglet Quim'h
VATICAN CITY. KeL 11
Pope Pius XII. cibled u
Cli/aueth il. promuing,
prayers and persoool good wish
in the discharge of your lofty
responsibility "
He said. "Wa have pleasure In
communicating lo Your Majesty
on the occasion of your succes-
sion our prayers and personal
good wishes in the discharge or
the lofty reaponsibility of sover-
eignty in toe lengthy years and
prosperity of your people." signed
Plus xii. i r
I.TI>. Went*
'.',**------0-V^*-*-'*V^*-*-*^*-^^^VVO^'-'''-*-"-*-*-%*^*-"'''-


PACE TWO
R.\ltll.\IH>s MIMM 111
11 I -.DAY. FEBRUARY 14. lSi
QaJiib QaUinq
Britain's Warfare Research
LORD ROW ALLAN. C
;
and Empirv who am v.,
badra yesterday will hold a Pre**
Is morning.
Thr conference bCKtn- at 9
o'clock.
U.S. Dental Surgeon
DK AM* MaUa, MAMRV W.
AL8EKS were among the passengers ar-
riving (ram the U.S. vi* fuc,t.
Rico over the WMlBMld tq
to apend ahoil hoi...
T*ey are slaying at the Mar.ne
Hotel. Dr. Albers Is a Dvm.il Sm
MB.
Arriving bv the Mmc pis
-I M. Casey ..nd Mr-
Romdi ty H. Bikel of Texas. Tti<>
k* at the SI. L wrencc
Hotel.
bame 1*1.1 no
MA, J ,..ii(, wife ol Dr.
.at MtunWd ironi St.
.vhere she had been
spending a shor, holiday. She
... raMardaji i iu,
0.1 ine &.mi plan* which brt'jgnt
Lord Rowall^n and hi
to Barbados. Other passenger on
the s me flight was Mr. Edmund
Chart wood.
Back From Grenada
MK. R. H YuU.Nli. Assistant
l*iil.lic Relations Adviser.
CD. and W. wbo hau
Grenada for one week OB
visit returned from Ui
yesterday morning by h.W 1 A
One Month
MR. AND MRS. DICK DAV1ES
accompanied by their two
daughters Joanne and Sandra ar-
rived from Trinidad on Sunday by
B.W.I.A. to spend a month's holi-
day in Barbados. They are slay-
ing with Mr. Davit*' parents Mr.
and Mrs. Harry Davies of "New-
lyn," Marine Gardens.
Mr. Davit- is with Apex Trini-
dad Oilfields Ltd.
Alter Five Years
LT COMDR J. S. "SAMMY" I
MAN! :>isc vrn-s of imnta.se import- once have not been given I"
v hit wife and two aact t mt-dicinr are believed to the meaicl profession, and in<
ihildrti! Jamas and Susan arrived have been made in Britain's consequence treatment of those
i iinnUd last nlgbt by ascrtt warfare research labora- suffering from such illness Is re-
B.W.I A. They iraveUed ut from lories larded
England to Trinidad by sea. But those who desire urgently Britain claims to lead in work
to apply them to the, everyday of this kind
U. Comdr. Manning who is th? war against disease and ill-health A pathologist said "It is certain
son of Mr Herbert Manning of r* expressing concern because, that ther. |s Information at Por-
m :
G ovc'* Plantation. St for Jvcurity reasons, the secrets
Philip and the kite Mrs Manning M being withheld
it stationed In Cumberland. Ha Bfcnen** progress is said
wife is the fotmer Kn'.r Gnats**, # *>"" made
aughter of Mr. and Mrs. Herbert tuBetculosis.
Greaves of "Sunnyside Hasting
Urn- for about t*o months'
no.iday' this la their first visit to
i badoa since they w are niarric-i
which could benefit the
e world. It Is contrary to 2.000-
ar-Old KM to hide
n h knowledge. L.E 8.
led that in seeking an-
tldflbs which would control and
rcre Just over five years ago.
Here Until March
MlfS MERCEDES P1.IMMEI.
is bark in Barbados after g
Marl visit lo Tiinidad. Sin- pi, Bl
lo be here until about March.
FI-i on Joe and his wife are
due lo leave Trinidad for the U.S.
tomorrow on a short trip.
tuberculosis germ
ixrimcnta have discovered how
t turn a slowly developing dis-
'ne of rapid growth
Th.it knowledge, which Implies
better understanding of the
EUh Hulls Jungl<-
Expedition
HOLLYWOOD. Feb. 9,
The Peruvian expedition, spon-
"J&JLT2&& JEsSBBSisSS
They, reporledlv. abandoned
,. shooting on ihe "LAM Kmrralds of
at Porton. the nia-. ^ncv furiher Jungle penetra-
researcn station on Uoo WM Bt ,,( impossible, and
con tori ih daveaai
rch of high value has
tiling producer's in-
Incidental Intelligent*:'
WHEN n man gives |
n a bu"
jusi for child
of a woman with a strop in hoi
hand.Terry McCabe.
Talkia. Point
iv.- orr sunter Hecefwd- km a>.
mvr ourselves.
Goethe.
B.B.C. Radio
Programme
!i
.11*bury Plain, Into all virus
ise.M.,Including Influenza and lUUUtiuua"from HoUywood.
. umonia. Antidotes were a spokesman here said that he
' nghl in case such Infections be * confident that the Hollywood
v an enemy ln war. explorers will be Instructed to wall
rerfg* nuide, which are out the rains in Lima and then
MUaved to be of much import- continue their fmm
>*v0'
>*
-s?iS"-
.***

For qukfc rahef from Nasal Catairh
use 'Mcntholatum'. This wonderful
breathable halm, when put up inside
the nose, acts tmtsnity Your very
nexl breath carries cooling *apours
right up through ihe nose wluch open
un the nasal passages immediately
tree breathing is restored just by
breathing the" Men i!'lauim' vapours
Also rub MenihoUtum" liberally on
your throat and chcsl This hreak*
up (ongesnon and relieves even the
mot obsunate ( aurth QuiLkgei
a jar or no of'MemhoLmim lo-day.
LORD ROWALLAN. Chief Scout of the Commonwealth and
Empire stapa oO the BO Airwsys 'plane which brought him to Bar-
bados yesterday.
Backing the camera Is Ma]. Danoi< Vsugban the Governor's A.DO.
who met Lord Rowallan at Seawall on behalf of His Excellency the
Governor.
Settled In Trinidad
American* On Holiday
fH AND MRS. J. F. HOLMES *
Trinidad Holiday
Miss
DflfJ
it sanav. rsaatajtr u. isss 11 IS m AmvuntmrtM Hh Muur. 11 So .n Rk-u.i ii noon Tt,, N,w,. it 10 p.m liews A -I U p a ss m .i m m.
Dally IWivira. IS p m Maitrung and W.ituin. S p m fah, it n-om ha: S p m Compoaar ,u Iha Wra*. S 4S P M Klb.n Hayaa. S p m Permwl Portrait, illpm >ui. HatfacliH SS p m Bporta Roun* up and Provanvna.
MR. AND.MKS. DENIS OUON- AM
NEU who for Ihe past few ATI. arrived from the U.S.
yearn have been living in Vene- Puerto Rico on Sunday by D.W.I.A. Aci>
TEARL UURANT. Ste- ruela air now m IVlnidad Mi to spend two weeks' hotld,./ in **
grapher-Typi-t alUchad O'Donnell is ih (.., -< guests at the
to lh Education Department, waa Stella ODoru Aquatic Club i ss-ie ss p.m u at at. as as h
among Ihe passenger* leaving by Andres O'Donnr-11 (onnsn BwU Mr. Holmes is a Life Insur.ince m _.fc --^
B.W.I A. for Trinidad on Sunday Street attrehanj Ha is OD the artet |n Indianapolis. Trjier. s is p m Radio nwl ii
afternoon. Reservallon st.iff of II.W.1.A. in ._-, -,,. .'" '>"', f" aniam p m Th
Mis. Durant. who is the dam i M" PhyUIss G rWordy ' ^T*?" n.P ,. -"' -ulh
ter of Mr. and Mm. Robert Durant at present m B-O. uti tnorj noli- Massachusetts arrived by the same ^ ^^^ J"0 ;
Of Bush Hall, will spend a month's day is expected lo arrive In Troll- P1""* She U a guest at the Hotel TllklI1(. > p m Boy.
holiday In that colony. dad In a few days. Hastings. fan Muaeum
p.m Cnckat Rrpoii
. Wl v N-w Zaaiand
handrivoui with CoaMnoawaall'
W ilium Halt

WITH over 100 flirht* dnily in ginnt SkvliiH-m.
carrying more limn 800.IXK) pufWi\g>>i> a yeur. aei
l>y 6,000 employee* TCA, (Canada's Airline.
haa aatablbiliud a proud rtvt>rd of comfortable,
reliable, tH-heduled flying.
TX'A'i 47 Skyliners give the
fint*t service on 18,000 milea of "Maple Leaf"
r-. .i i.. i-t i.i i i'i't in Gsasal i, to Hal
I'S Britcdn and France, Bermuda,
NaasdU and \b West Indie*.
.'id.'bJiMfWn.'a
ASK FOR REAL
MEN-THO-LAY-TUM
U$dt Only ly
Tkt SattifeSa Co. im
(fit ftil) !/, HSaS
EMPIRE
BY THE WAY... by Beachcomber EQSt America, West America
k
THE strange complain) Ui.il If i iu voung doctor In Paris in the
7elir:i crossings are floodlit lU'ri "It will be difficult lo see the While he was poor and UH-
floodllBhls." emboldens me to sug- known, he enl his servant out
gest th;i1 all floodllghling shoulH tvaj d U) knock on Uie be ihixilit ;md vice versa. of some rich house In I I
There will soon be o much i "I l>"ct blinding light everywhere that han Hh m evident
nobody will he able to see any- dntrtai MHt l> wanted." When
thing. Then, at a signal. It tan Ihe footman tald he'd nrver henrd
all be pul out. and we can strike of 'he doctor, the servant would
matches *
t -------Ataaaaatasu
4 mm .Wmhtryr i* uketheWeof Machln tobeei
THE moment has come to set lhati The Duke will have nobodj
up a Ministry of Polls and else lo attend Mm." In rnanj
Shiv.v-. or. if you like, u Minis- cases Ihe footmen ran tmbarad ''
iry >f Public Opinion. It would name if Ihe doctor when illness
aave lime, money, and trouble If broke Mil III In* house, and re-
the infiillible statistics of thl. spivtfull- sugmtad it to their
Ministry, whose officials would employer' Thus Ihe doctor bull
have legal powers to stop
question anybody, at any time, in
any place, were substituted for
the lumbering machinery of elec-
tions. Anybody who refused to
question should be
.: Indian
white ii. n'i sauaafa, No good.
Urn. lift. Broken Nose has spofci
i Inrge and lucrative practice.
Hi. Gmmma-bomm (\lfy
MoHfl il,tiijfsi' \aka fash
Toll ia>i" ttsjini j.ixloi. da..
he Hell.- ol Dm.,
v await* i fl
Mtng the yakt*
i-l-llme.
SS TMrs
(S9d Ml
u-
Prodnose: Whnl on earth'.
Myself: I'm sorry. That iat She was wearing a radian-red
.i to the next C*bs '
rag^flk
No One Had Heard About Them But General Tin
U; MAX I KIM
"All." General Tin was saying to
Knarf and Hanld. the shadows,
"what wonderful lands 1 traveled
hen I wus travelling. It was quite
long ago. Bui 1 remember them all.
Than were North America and
Booth America and East America
and West America-"
ral Tin!" Hanld Interrupted.
"Yas, .iiydsarf'*
-I'here but any such place as
East America."
"i'i Went America either," mud
Knarf.
QsmgaJ Tin smiled. "Just as I
tluniiihl." ha said; "they've disap-
peared. Uni they van both there
when I was young. Il'aa great pity,"
he added. "There were lots of
strange animals and birds and
flowers inn.-.1
Knarf and Hanld wanted to know
nt mire what sort of strange animals
and hi a* and flowers General Tin
LAST TWO SHOWS-
TODAY 4.45 fe e.30
R.K.O Pictures present
Farley GRANGER
Shelly WINTERS
m n ave
. OH ICM I I '
William DEMARE-ST
Francis L. SULLIVAN
rra fi'n in LAJMal DOtU
You must see it
nt
aught up
graph. it tho waist with ruchlnL
I'rodwose- Is Jack Turbot com- SaUnaauodl, and fringed with liny
lOPpst nwhal-
MvgV; You took the words out rkin. Earrings of ien,f..ice,1
f my mouth. aiW ! rilutiJ bracaleti of teasawtad copper,
l/if (.ummu-bumb (l\) .mki.t.- r raUad sine, analetaorf
Mack majoli and broad
E Gil AM naturally expected of unlantperad laklot eom]
Kpolruk to scribble some toUotU which
unimportant formula for him. To K ingtonhoUl lie. flossy dark
his surprise Wie scientist went to hall ".,-. |.il*ti up in a i
a where Ihe Gamma lo.nl. ';'
d..-.i.i- wi k.-pt. .-x:i wtad ''"'" ""''"
heel of paper, and copied ome- jng. Ihinupjh n
thing on to another sheet I fKjder a
suppose he wants lo make it look whieh Uft in the swooning an a
geiiulne." said Egham to himsell. '
1. Koolruk came back Her iMnalls protrudi^ Ike
across the room and handed a oaj Ml wnlta ntval
Sheet Ol to 1 [ham. On It sandals were painted bright ycl-
WM wrllleu ll,u "pl ''"' 'll"s,' eye:; which
dy 21 x (631 ds Ut | I had wreck.
21 |4 -
M=llh
Well." -aid General Tin
thinking for a moment or
""l America had the strangest
ones. In fact, il was a sirs
alt-igelher. It was rnvevcl Bit*
lakes and ponds, one on top of the
'
Lakea and Petal
"Rut General Tin!
ruptad ni'
(Hinds be on top of ei
General Tin want right en, "The

< cat and a face like an ui

U Imed mice, 1" '
11 I .>! .I... It slept all
a, and huated all
,,i Knarf. "saj Who
of

General Tin stopped to catch his
breath. As for Knarf and llanid they
,;iPI both alared at Gananl Till in a' lun-
l,vil; I'hment.
Wag Vejrj Ssnall
"Hul East America was differ-
t." be continued. "It was very
mil and so very, very narrow that
e four creatures who lived there
, had to stand un each other's backs.
Banld tatet- 'rhv fly io,> in lakes and 'rK stood on the crow's bark, the
I on the alligator's back,
. ad the alligator stood on the
mind. Then -me day the fro/r fc-ot
luingary and ate the fly, the ernw
-ot hungry and ats the frog, the
got hungry and ate the
I

jroUl friend."
. ju>l bosh, but
[ret formula."
Ttali
said Kooliuk
It looks |Um
Egham took the paper. He was
uneasy In his mind. Koolruk ap-
peared lo him to have
his lips. Was il possible? No.
of course not And yet But
then . Oh. bir Com
. SuDpo>c if But no Burelv |
not. He wanted to make it look
aaiiulm lemdno Suppose:
Q h n- p MiiM' Oh. honor1
ArTectinv E gTia m
thanked Koolruk nnd pocketed I
the paper. Than. deep in
thought, ha l-ft aha building
Koolruk sprang to the telephone.
In answer to a question he said.
"He's on his way to you now Yea
he's got It!"
AN article about etiquette In
the medical profession might
have told the story of an nmbl-
I al hi- bead. "N"
! u Mid Why-yy-yyl Tfcaa,"
thf strange kaadel Wi I
t'nic m the butler-
. :xii| riit nnd uncle-
llanid exclaimed.
Thai left the alligator all alone.
What did he do?"
iwaat away," General Tin
replied *adly. "He didn't like living
. >i al.ine I guess. Yes. it's loo bad
it ami wall Amenta have dis-
npeared. Th.v were wonderfully
orange lands l -ce."
And General Tin stood up tall and
traighl, with his musket over his
- hnutdei. and winked.
I Oil A V 4.45 ft 8.30 P.M. & CorWinuing Daily
Oteioiy PKCK Vncini,. HAT0
Captain Horatio Hornblower
pal hi Tm
T.IRIII .1 Bin win 11. \ .1 l I .
"SADDIC PALS-
CIIMIM. ..M\
LIGHTNING
STRIKES TWICt"
l
I.
A
Z
A
HIWA
i.l V| IN
nisi mm
l*. a I.mo,,.. |UI BJa p-.
kilmov was ma*
and
BOCK I Iloddy McDowall
l (onl>. IIAB MiKlilK
Riic l*i>Miiian
today a ti>moiu(uw ,,,
km i. ihr i Mnaa
Wjiu.ii BCNUIX a,
- aarwaan midnitk a dawn
M.ik Kiav.ru gumund O'Brlvn
runts tri *> p m.
SWINO nil WKBltaN WAY
Hoosirr lli> -. ot> Si
ut HIM NU If
Chants Ha a .V -.... Ban M
AUSTRALIAN SURF
MASTERS.
TOMORROW 1. THURSDAY
4.45 and I
TODAV^LAST TWO SHOWS
4.30 and 8 15
llig Double
HOVVI
WED. 4 TI1UI1. 4.30 & 8.15
United Artist Double - -
Rupert and the Pine Ogre25
rying lo check the trouble thai the
IW Ogre cju.,ng." H. nutmi
y. fun Ruprii
' Hi, don'c go." lie dtours uitriiti>.
* That's Wnsi I im to ulk 10 you
ibout. I've tun BraK. tnd i i
CHOS3,/ -. ..i
|

1 1"' |
1
s ^"
'* 1 r~i
rr"

'",
GLOBE
TO-DAY 5 Ii 830 P.M. LAST SHOWING J-
GOLDEN OIRL" :
:i,...i Dal Dm* i*
OAYWOH ROIICRTSON DAY
OPSNING TO-MORROW t. CONTINUING TO SUNDAY
THE LIGHT TOUCH
Btowarl pier QflQI t*
ORANGER ANGEL SANDERS
Nancj GUILD
BLACK
MAGIC**
and
THE ANCRY
t.OII
-DEADL1 la
the- FEMALE'
Peggy CUMMINGS
John HALL
"THE BEAD
DON'T DREAM"*
Starring--------
William BOYD
I V M P I C
. N, |
on WEDNESDAYS"
JOHNSONS WAKE TKA CUPS & sat < 1 BS iii C.KEi DAWN 50c. 27c. 45c 38c. 50c & 61c. Each
FLAT PLATES ...................... DEEP PLATES ......................... & 54c. 1 .i. h & 6le. Each
SAI'CE BOATS .................. IK' 1M JUGS BUI Each .86 Each
TEA POTS ........... ................. 2.48 Each
COFFKK POTS '-'. Each
COVKKKI) SCOLLOPS .......... .S7 .......... 1.13 & 4.94 li.l'
DISHES ...................................... & 2.65 Each
( o'.T BED SUGARS COVKKEI) HI'TTERS 1.49 Each 1.38 Each
aa* W l-indK remind our ('iislumerK .thnt our WIHTFIF.I.D'S Branch will be Closed lor hall dav on Thuntdav the Ilh and will remain opened WHOLE DAf "n SATUBOAT IBih. T. R. EVANS & WHITFIELDS Dial 4220 rOUR SHOE STORES Dial 4606
1. Plte. set in |s> lormstloo
V. p.otMun drii..ut,rd liioi t
Bouncer. lU)
k Por trie isle nt meat rstluns.
0 One ot eerer*- m'.nereis f
la granite. )i
1. Ot the turm. psroDtieM. m
. Ornr.rii mule cert- l3>
fc. Hisln to a a**>r<* ||
J A letter rrocn j D-<*n ui
1. rnu peri, fciu- pum is
' la the U S a |i
a..
A. The row Ii
d leert tiOier tor. <
i lac cuaia. m
mm
l. Cocssda ot nt*!)* perospa. (6*
i Vim. (61
. Breas s smme <)
* oed. iei
> Llgnt wood 1 IS)
t rtis nun who s rata. it)
1 Pius one li. Mele*uaneou li
- 1 I A id I tho wrong T 141
' it Oo with letter lo a iS|
JO (Hipa niidrt mruurt t tl)
it M.r be Uie .ut it)
ax. Hat wsrn iae super
LafjM i ni
a sirs-ten ot swiioa tests (3i
S.HUIIOB ut mlKOCi J'lllr beeMi
haPyiutug S ; ;-..
H--i /\ ri>r < Steel "-
^
.1-1*1.
Ill T)*r 13 r-fT-r 19 H..rt |>
wa>fi IS tee. ..
TlMi<"z.
Anti-t\rrosi\p Gripon Red)
Kim.In. 1'uilll f|ir llll'I.J
Mhifrvii IWA i;,-..iii,-: Paint
for sIiimv.1i'-
Figaro House Paint in rolout.
OblitM I inli-n I'.iliu:;.
Marine (.loss White.
Also:
Paint Brushes. Turpentine
int. all other I'uint Material
Let Us Supply Your
Require men Is.
PLANTATIONS LTD.
LAST TWO SHOWSTODAY
430 and 8.15
United Artist Double -
David CROCKETT
-INDIAN
SCOUT"
Starring
Gorg- MONTGOMERY
Ellen DREW
and
"CHAMPION**
with
Kirk DOUGLAS
WED a TIIUR. 4.30 a 8.IS
United Artist Double - -
Orson WELLES
N.iDry GUILD
BLACK
NACIC**
and
'THE ANGRY
GOD"
with
AN ALL NATIVE CAST
HO.\l
TO-DAY LAST TWO SHOWS
4 30 or 8.15 p.m.
Paramount Presents -
CROmiND**
Starring
John Payne Forrest Tucker
Extra Ml re I Short
-LITTLE Wrr-rCTrr
Wed. A Thar. 4.M A 115
Paramount Double -
Alan Ladrt Wanda Hendrix
-CAPF. CARE!
U.S.A."
and
NO MAN Or
HFR OWN"
Starring
Barbara Stanwyck, John Lund


11 Isimy i'kbui \i;\ It IM2
BARBAIm- UiV.lCATE
I'.U.I I III,' I
E.G. Rice Had All-time
Export Of Packaged
Luxury Grade Being
Pushed In Caribbean
Record Crop
AT ......VIMIVI %YXOI
i I rum Our Own f'nrrrtpondrnt)
C.EORdKTOWN*, Feby 8.
AN all-time record was set by the B.G. rice, industry
during the crop vear ended S>ptcml>fr 30, 1951. reports
Mr. H Peter Bavlw. Majujger al Ibe Rice Marketing
Hoard The total exported unoUDtod to -!8..t88 tons.
The annual requirements of the various West Indian
Islands, as provided, fur lUKttt erm contracts
negotiated in 1947. totalled At the time wiu-n
the contracts were'negotiated, it **. realized that wese
requirements could not be met in full immediately, and
the Board accordingly only guaranteed to supply 80 par
cent, of the total, n>. 23, \'i tuns.
During 1950. tor 1 hah Mm PM
slnOB the execution uf contrarta, pc, i
rd found it possible i" bring i \)il Kuar&n < ibe suppl> of ihe fi U li u oljv.ou.sl> uui p4.i>i<- .t
100 p*-r cent. ( the requirements Ihu. U*u; added Mr. Havyh^ to
of Uieso Islands, und 11 was ooh estimate ihe total quMi-
as the result of shipping dlActi rice wnscfa Uv
tie* toward* year ana that a will lx- ablr lo ni.irkel unmi.illy
small balance remained nut- In the future, i m
stJinriing fir shipment to Trmi- evident thai Ihe Jnnu>ka market
UacV w>ll absorb some 3,000
Small Balances '">* P*p annum.
In 1951 the Hoard again Much wilt, however, depend
Kuarantced to supply the full ^P !' a.'aitability of su| |
10ft per cent- but on more in- 'he vvi> high itantkud i*-u,utfii
.idoQuacy t shipping opportum- WT packaging, and. *rft>
ties Towards year-en- a the Uouid L^. pan
in small balances remnlnlng nilMtllil ... SMJ of in inducing
ouWandlni for abhsnatn1 . EBtra
Trinidad and Bnrbartoi*. lh-hv% sir.. f<" which is
Of the balance due for shipment <"* *u P*- b,i|! higher than
lo Trinidad WSJ ... m is ff* I '
by January 3, IfiU. awl the
balance due lot is. .
Lemi! delivered u upi
grg ;.vliable.
As regards thai shipping
dlAeultk
countered for two successive
vears with peace prevailing
thoae diflWullies might era long
smooth tlK-inaolvas ou opiued '-------- W0VI -.. ...
Mr. Bayley. and added "but it "* Biumati ... pay
doss not eem too early for any pwiuuMis w UftMl parmarMnt,
organisation such as the Board u.u..uuy .,i.u castu
to begin planning for the acquis- HOI
.tion of ships of Its own to <.... ], motion Of .i
enable it positively to cope willt Synmiuuus, aecunued i>y Hon.
future devrioamants in the m- v. < <_.... In. Vestrj uiviueu !
duttry and. consequently. Id hi* fcuogel for an additional sum
Poor Relief, which would
an increase, of 204 on the
amount of pension now granted
10 the destitute, old and inium ol
the pariah, and from which Ihe
Si. \lii Intel's Wstrv
Pensioners W ill
be Paid More
Thr-r EpiKCOpal Bivliop< atl'iided the Provincial Synod held for the ant not* m Nasaau. Bagasses. Uu>
wmtai baft to Ugbt. tlicy are: thr Right Res-trend 0 I 0 M.udivilU-. Lard U. U-y uf Barbados. Us
Right Kev.-ni.il |l. U Dale. Lord Bt-liop of Jaaisica; the Eight RrvvtcuJ U i WiUn Lord Bishop af
TrlaidAd: tbc Right Bevrrcnd Spsnce Btirtoo. Buhop ' Nawuni. tba ato^t R VI Lilies .in,l Bi,hop of Oulsui. ihr Right Beveieud M W. af D*vi. Bl-Oiop of
AnUgiia: the Bight Reverend R. N Bhaploy. Bukap of Wmd*-iJ lOaatU. Ike Right Rovorcud it II
Brook.). But op ol Hondnra* aad Central America Caaoa D. R. Koowl'v Rcitoi <>l Ht Mattho*
Church, of Na--.au, stand* behind thr Bishop of MaastU and thr AraMsaop 01 HH ffeat Indies. The
Buhopn ware received ey the Governor of Nassau shortly after their arrival theic Thr Ud Bi'U.uf ol
Naaaau hold a recepUon at Adding ten House. On Sunday, the vUiUni Bishops preached in various N
Pr6videnci> rbn
THREE PLANES
GHA0B
Frvm r*gr l
Uie roof of an apartment
haaaaa. The plane WBWB*I j
>*.d 'iiiiig the roof top*. It bare-
d the roof of an orphan-
Ahich 60 children w.ie
sli-epiug and amashed into a #s-
. on.l apartment housat four and >
half blocks east of the first
I- leegned to expaora Into lire
wilh the impact sliowering IBBW
ovej Mm o'f of the building. Bui
i.nU the heavy landing wheels and
;r..i struck the budding. Th-
wings and fuselage allde Km-
\y oed and amashed int.-
mud(9 phv-Arid of the orphan-
Pugn Iran ikm< aaana
ul, of the fuselage hd
nmn the wing gas tanks. The
ItttpaCl i necked them long enoin;l
i v.iig oassotutars to save
thenaeives atsd to iescue totTta
. loo i u i,
Paaaerahy inshel Into UW
wreckage and one ol than\ Htcuevl
Hsu Taylor. wBo was haagmg
(own from a safety l-lt
which bound her to the "Jump"
seat
Meanwhile the top floor of the
apartment house already was
roaring with the Three nrcn-
Bjpta ol the apastuienl I'd
were killed
Kuslri and RM --pilot (
Sinclau *ra auiong the ue-*l \
Wit enginuw waa uUsaind and
dead. The weather had
Holding |o do with t1
Expression of Sympathy
From W.I. Archbishop
n .rkt-t
The Board at uw preaeid timr ~'^''.].
. '.!.. . .ind
oftlces in Wa.er Btteel which a
be .....ipleled b
April, at a cost of over half _
.li.....Uni i.sl- B0* "' auardlana ai their dis-
tioo ol ioe ships to eavum cretion will pajr an meres*
Klix.-tK- n.-corulng U> eontracta. oasul pensioners, according t"
Bl least with the Wwi Indlea P-" ucula. cases.
does not seem beyond the bounds The Vestry also agreed to an ->li_.i.
of reason tn view ol the likeli- amendment by Hun. V. C. U-k : fllllllllir*
hood of considerable expansion a motion by Mr. Symm/Mi I
In the industry perhaps in the the Vestry bring the amount of
not too distant future. pensions now being paid to their
Packaging Plant retired servant* into line with
In Junuar>. 11*51. the Board pensions paid by Government,
instiled, In its warehouses lu Coosoquemly, Uie Veatr) gitasl
Georgetown a small cxpavimcntal nu \
pnekuging plant for uaekaaln* to have iheic .Solicitors draw up
high grade whole grain -
rice in small cardboard
Tho reason for embark
this new phase of opvrat
Baylea
(From Our Own Correspondent)
r.KORCJKTOWN K*sb. U
'THK announcement nf Ihe Kind's death came aa a
tremendous shock to us all. It would have been afflictin
news al any time. lo| His Majesty was greatly admired #
and beloved by His people tnrou^hout the world; and audie
coming as it did. after we had been given reassuring Hail
Technical
Education
ID U Wilt H\Kfl\t;/o\
Mj,oi r t Darhagh
- nrnant Tvebnicai
Guiana, lactui
htsj lo largi
ii
nigh'
BCCOUntg of His Majesty's convalescence from his MTrOUg 'l '' "ssveg *
illness, and when we had heard of plans foi | tu>)n(a\. '

nng thr erortD
i nmntim l*tv*ltt
Xiljounwd
K LV Ahreu EatwK
E Desne Oonjl...... Pleas sun
,in,ii sras set dowii for haafftni
i i ,.' Court before IrM
Ailing Puisne Judge His L*" "hip Mr Justice G. I-. Taylei
urned until Ihe Ulh ol
onto
.tn action foi "-
f i ommiaslon on llu
late* m st
I .oil.
Mi 0 il Adama
i! ; Ward
auboidmav grade i>ui rathei II
Kin by which he night Increase
I
auBitj
whicli it VII hoped w.mld restore the King to health and
itTVBsgtfl tO contmuL' the didumis duties ol his A.ilted
Orrke. we found il at lirsl hard to behnve and then harder
to bear
Thi- King has at all* season-. \1. i Darlington wa> La>
given himself unsparingly to the on rechnkal
fTVlc.- M ,iid he and Trailing Chairman ol (hg fun
ihe Qtieen have endeaved them- ll0n wag Majo, C i
(v Jdl.oectluns of the com- .. ,, :i Aju, mtiudu* -'
Their example of Chrta-
llan living and Bainim.-d hoim.-
le has been an inspiration
d
E K '
IV
ilma
Wakott
. n bi
C ttli- falford
E F [Jean.-
v S.-..1.....
h
itppennng fnr
Mrs. Liitt Smith
[J22n&& ".....
am super ihe necoaenry Petition to have _
boxes, um mtroduecd in the legislature
twofold, l Trade Bursrie^
i. urred
,d vread-en-hoop, llrlti-h Guiana many, and tin
Soimtors dfaw ui - lh* tale Wu,l,n-W!1 Harper. Mjpray for the rafoaa of the soul
Jp and a Hater of Mr Olga Df King George Vflt* u
Symmonda ,and Mr. A- W. gt lo give thank* W Almighty
Harper, acting I'ollc*. Magistrate Uotl ,r whaI> by m, gr.ee, trl i,iduMll.il
f this island. King has been to us and to our nonal train
.k-r to Ih,.
... .., Da
Wrddin-
rirathwaiteGlasgow
.1..
uik
Darlington OMafld
in ii'f l
A-.*: Wt.lo give thank* Pj Alodghty \\,\'x , ,\.( ",Val -lenu
c-oinmi
Mi
lillM
also WOfk
:. (im .there she
nude in.ii. Wei Her hus-
band predi n few

vement and sorrow
1th Hi own heavenly comfort.
To eui new Quean who is now
i.dk*d upon to lake upon liei
\-uig ahopld-.T.-- tlie cloak <>f BbOn-
Brnlth was married in fellow riti/ens In all parts of th.
nvpstigate the possibility of un ,nc suggc-xiou of Mr, 1). C ipiu lo the late Mr. Jaraes Brltiib C.....m. nwuallh.
osUbliahing an export market for I*aeock Jnr.. the Vestry del a Headmaster of a Pres- Our deep sympathy goes out to
a 'luxury' grade ,,( ',lL '" L' ,'"' 'deration of B motion by Mr. byteri.ui School In Br. Gunuia Queen Mary. to Elizabeth the
sold at 'i -non- attractive, prin- Synur, \v i. ,.,n- where she has resided ever i^iu-cn Mother and to all the mein-
ilian that obtainable rot rtc* < f " active member ben of the Royal Kainily. and we
bulk form, thus providing a new trade buraarhM to the .hildi--, ol uf ,,,,, '* *1"'^ MelhodUt nrav that Go.| will sustain them
and additional source of rev.:; n Itraltened drcum- fhnrch and Sunday Scho.il. and
for the industry; and econdl wa *r>" P"P"i;"' n '*"'
Mg .. corusumer demand in Mr. Leacork pointed out thai n >"*
the expor. markets for British Committee
Guiana ric sold under a regie- question of Vocational and Tech- *"
"X K"pJSSr-of u ;;', il,,"1;;,:;;;,' s-- v-* *
mail oi u.clca hieh mV,. i\1.ii. n. .'', yw " Shr lmv. tnwi . loyillj u. i .n.iiira.. May G'l
pahromih u prora. InvoW- S''1*"*-.. wb %v" <"vuimi thcoo or whom. -Dol." Is well r.. I*. ..! Ill> (ran-.ml bteoinf
m7?hr r^ntoval iTbromSi nd CommilKv on Ihr ,..,i,., II,. kl,,.. . ,, ,,.,. ,,.. .. Tl- goewtl
damancl S after whichi H """-'"^ -UMCMM Iha, Ihe :,ic^ Bnroadi. To all her rcUl.vr. j. ALAN GUIANA,
waa pnrkaiic.1 in atlracUvcly '""' b-v su- .Svnmonu* lie 'Icier- the Ad
H'kotraphed hoxc un.leo lha red "nl..... M aympalhy
nraiul name of Tcarl Rice "> WM nm-ee The boxen, each wilh 2'. The Voalrv aecepu^l Ihe r^enm- ., ... .. ., H
lbt. nel weihl. were packed In men.1 loud of Poor Mr. I t,. 1 I>U\ lll'H
carton, of 24 bones, making a I.-w Guardian, lhat Mr. Springer's _,.,.. ., ,
lolal of wi ii i roc freah milk sup- The ucalh oci
carton. It was decided that tb. ' "I the porbh be J JrS*B.r,i'Er ,^'L
rice ahoilUI b.. offered P" plBt Mr. T t
for sale in he- Jamie market. I' MO. Wanted
and a trial shipment of IB8011 n wai al Il
carton.. ,y,uivnl.-nt U 4511 Ion. .i,r| ,.. mU:\ trOflt .piallfled. fSfnmLsioner ,A \ImI*5Il
wm NtouRlI for sale through il medical ract,ti..er. lo HeTolned th Civ,
commodity Service Company of Oil tba n> ml I I- ll Tr.nld "* M*Sf L'",-' """"' '" '*" " ' >hc Upward laUnda a SSa
lUroed f. war.'. u.,l he retired He has vied a<
irum, one of the member' Administrator of Antigua. St
,; Ol til,
kind, hi addition
lh technique of tool BlMilpul
,. edding took ph.
on Sunday .it the Mount
Sluaj IP 1, Cliureh Uelweeii Mi..
GUagow <>f Kagle Halt
il K, im b Brtln
I ,,l Mi and Mr. Joseph
,.t Alkln: ll.p, SI
Ml, ln I
I r i.i ,,i, gu given In luar-
Mi i:hi, Al ,,| ? h.,
horl v. .itn.ii in the
ukoi'i In.....lie United State.
. a H p*'rfurmad
this by li I li I fl*
, ,,,,
t
Aifhhlhop of th<
W,
LABOURER GETS
A MONTH
A sentence of one BftOfP
gut

(looding, a laboun
,f Glebe
Baynes retired from Oovernmeot lja|uL Sl_ Michael, bj II
Service .in 145. He was then sr|iu Wt (* H GrifTUh. Acting
lice Magistrate of District "A"*.
,.ak
--. !.->
M******0*
////.-. lit catgsBgMM il> ivatfgun
frnn, Mood
pun.
rnhr blood may
pains, -c i'l :m.l
fJarkc'v I

. "
Kingston. Jamaica. Delivery
effected in thmj. shipment* com-
prising 5,000, 4.800. and 6.+W
cartons forwarded in April. M
and June. ]9S\. ftnmi having nvked to lie
Despite the rela'lvely high (l
price at which this rice waa
retailed in Jamaica, consumer
lespouse was so good that UaRC t _wr 1#
was an Immediate demand Br T^'boill* AlMl W I'lfgVC
rurther *upphe-. tut tin- B
- m a position to ivle- | ||'l.r..r l-'a-r vllr*>ruul'i
|Dy furthei iiuantdio. bift, "Mil T I Or UH IWd
.he harvesta^ ..f the iMl GHhNAUA, t'eh. e,
AutumiiCrop Tll(. s, ,.,,, STfrtaba na
I i-i - i gajriBBI anpointei o.. .. teuip.-rai> eon-
Tbe llni.n.u.1 .i.an Pearson. 4S. for-
I'Tcpurunent |g e.lden.. Wi ll..re Cafgeer
flirt that profit oi : Laboui Adv.--
realized on tho sale of the I uds. PaWson
shipment of 450 ton-.. U)U be "table industrial
g| prolit after writing oil he
full cost of the plant 111.372
Since Ihe end of Ihe Auti
Ki" and
'KTClSI'lti
He Ut
threa :
1

found guilty of
pair of eye glasses tgie'
f Gertrude lasts
during the p
August 1951.
The gtamia were stolen (ro <
ihe Qecvgnl Boom al Westoii.
Worthinc. f'hnM Church. Good-
"' uig was anesled by Cpt
5*5.loss iah as a result of 1 search
PRESIDENT M.P.C.A.
C\
iEORGETOWM r
Hon'bif Uonel Luckhoo ii-i
,,.i.iiutl) 1. -11-
Cral Presidtnt ol the M.'ui-1'on.i
Cltucn*' AtvM'iauon, largi
union in I' 0
.
'tor writing oil he v. expen<%cr and ti I at the
Lie of '-Making class 01- annual meeting
us being member for more than &*( .ttending drawn
long period of various win I
.' educational body and labour up the Herbice River
shipment to Jjii.-i... In groups. He Is also an ex-mom- Mr. S. M. hh.xooi. M UK wgl
ddatlon small trial shipment* ber of the Itallwai' Clerks A*s^.- returned unopposed as General
have been forwarded to Bern-u Secretary
at his residence on l
LUCKHOO rtE-ELECTED '--^g to,d ,*. ..... a.)
glasses were hi* and that he had
I,...1 tl.. 01 while he wai a prtaonerl
an Police Coo-l
arson Howardhocix-i j
(Hordstold the
GUARD AGAINST
COUGHS-* colds;
onvh tlona for larceny.
MM up re-hiaoca with this s
I I ..in.* unite Minor aibnema tea
.hi II you ca&h m >ra low la AaD Vuaauaa,
build tip vour uniina now wirk guOaV
Itatk S41KI1 Kmuhioak
more thon {ust a tanks
Il s OWIPFUl NOtMISHAONT
U a gold sslae of
,:UIUI valuable foe aU
uaja
"rop. 1951. further aupj
i.ickagod nee have been released
for
mi need M land-man In nuke you \leep when you take
NUTROPHOS
STUDY M kn 1 S Mian STGADT BLEEP.
TAKK Nl TKtH'HOs HlK \I-K\I DISOKIIKUS.
Devonshire Cadtts Shoot
A tv-m from II M S .'' 1
uig at the Oovi
Rllle Range vestgrday
,iiid will lx* shooting iig.no thB
rnocxuoi in preparation for a
mateh against the Barbados K*jf-~
rrow moniini at c.3o
*- CHECK
/ ^* S, |(t h.iul.,..
' / ^ natural lUfiVg
/ die family aa nU
^scons EMULSION
Ht&M.;6NEk&Y FOOD TONIC
HEALTH BENEFITS iJ
k CONTAINS VITAMIN A & 0
IN A DELICIOUS FORM
* INCREASES RESISTANCE TO ILLNESS
ENSURES STRONG LIMBS
AND SOUND TEETH IN CHILDREN
Haliborange
TiH nicot way of taking
HALIBUT LIVER OIL
lift If UIII I MIIIITS LTD.. L Ok DO
a
Plunge into fun . .
thegB.ll 1 eeV>..l o* IraMom boi>t >S-i
rear'* fcvMiani Thay'ra Sa.gnad 10 nuha rou
ilimmar. iritnnm. iHl-imoiMh anS ileali. for
woman <*' d>*imea up fiavra-tli40.nl
ona or io-a**<* m>u SBsi l'*P> **
ga iH unatul claor 4-t*t*-' -i l*SSSI
BH imoMSar iwimtmng an4 1
lor man, boat Ifuobt *(b
n, a |o#04Mr> All 41* id ggi
.iia-mi "inii.,1 and lha fi
are m 'eaaenabl* ou*h na>/
d lorlu
piung* and r
Attiotiton in Action
V-W-.V-
JUST Tit MK \IIO\ A FEW ITEMS M>W OPEMM,
KKNDEIt TAPE
tKU.Ul.OID sHEgrra
COHK SHEETS
IIIMIUF. HADlATDIi HOSE
GREASE GUNst
OIL CANS
1.1.Alt VIEW MIHHCIKS
HATTEHV AHUfc*
ItATTEKV IIVDIKiMi
liATTEKV cilARfJFIt III MIS
IIICH I'HESSUKK All! llt'SE V
Htn FATCHKS ANU VULCANIZING KITS
SUCTION VALVE GRINDERS
ENGINE VALVESAll Models
OKI rUUKJNIZlNO OASKETS SETSAll Models
EH ATOM ARMAT1IIKS All Models
LODGE SI'AKK I'Lliis
VALVat GRINDING COMPOUND
i.ETGOO for Sealing JoinU
HOLTS AQt A Ell i bi waitr prooAog Ignition Wae
mi. hind
SIMONlZ KLEENEH aND WAX
HOLTS WONUAR WAX
CHAM ILISHING (LOTUS
LICENSE DIGITfl AND I'l
Al I TYPES MECHANICS i'OOLS
SH/. //t|f. W|/. pfg fJQI lf/1 K Uf\HIJil.
Mk \ I>. II /. /,I. SI UEI I HUE IT"
S
4
y

YOlil. IlKQIIIREMENTS
FOR THE FOLLOWING
USEFUL ITEMS
COURTESi
GARAGE
n..ii.-1-i n...... i i.i
Wl.il. IV.i k II.I
il i:i!l
Sun vwtor* ianU-d Rrvrrae Lama-
Kr-r \ir\K Mlrron
C'hiinoio l^alhers
Conla'l flic*
B r r..... r |j.ic
KinthrlHUirrv lironir
ttteering n >!<- I < I
Licence Plate Jewess
II....il l)rii.i,.rnl-.
Feetcr Oaugea
I i. iln. i, l..irr.
UaUrri Ura>esneten
Air A Waits- liases
Polishes A VYssm
and a large snpplr af
ILKWlfc HAM1HEBS llh
and ifilh complete
ha Mm.
ItKSTIIN IIIIOS.
Dial 4269 Bay Street
W,^V///,V/AV/-'/iV-V///.V.V/.V.'///.'/-'.'.'-'.'
WHEN "COGNAC" is
MENTIONED
I UK NAMK HtNNKSSYS LEAPS
TO THE MINDBECAUSE IIEN-
HSSS?S |8 no brandy tua*
MALIK 00ONAI
i ---
SSSSSSSS.'.%'Sr'^SSSSSS.V.'*V&SSS*-'<**Sr'S.'.,S.'.S.,S.rSr'.'A'S*V*S*t
HENNESSYS
THREE STAR
VS.O. P. (over 20 years)
X. O. LIQUEUR
(over 40 years)
STOKES Th0l LTD-ACD.TS
'.*. V. '.'-'.'. -.'.-.<.'.','..'.'.-.'.------'.-.. -.-,'.
r,v.'//.-.'.C.


T.KC.T. FOtR
KARIUDOS VDVfK ATE
TUESDAY. Pmt'ARY 11 1932
BAKB\D()SAIA(HWr
J.------------1----------------<---------------T--------- 1
pw h " Mm Mi OkM. a*.M a*. >..w
TWsdj,. MnMa? 12. 152
Industrialisation
This week in Puerto Rico and part of
**"1 m ..II the Crib-
bean territories, whos.' metropolitan pow-
ers are members of the Caribbean Commis-
sion are discussing industrialisation and the
ptcti for further industrial develop-
ment of the area.
The first subject on the agenda is the
present position, m revealed by statistical
information supplied by participating
Caribbean governments. Important sub-
jects to be discussed include financial and
fiscal measures aimed at promoting indus-
trial development. Measures already have
been taken in the area to encourage capital
Investment.
Only last week the House of Assembly
approved an amendment to the Pioneer
Industries Bill, and there is a general ten-
dency to offer tax holidays to new enter-
prises and to facilitate the transfer ol capi-
tal and the return of reasonable portions of
profits to (he country where the capital
originates.
Tariff policy and quotas and income tax
policy within the area are other matters
which will receive attention from the dele-
gates. But most important of all subjects
on the agenda,--more important even than
the visits by delegates to Puerto Rican fac-
toriesis the "improvement in Labour pro-
ductivity in industry in the Caribbean."
It was perhaps inevitable that in the poli-
tical ferment which the Caribbean has ex-
perienced during the last fifteen years the
concentration of Labour leaders has been
upon the necessity for higher wages for
workers, rather than upon increased pro-
ductivity from workers. Barbados with its
excellent British traditions and its relative-
ly high standards of social service and self
help, has suffered less In this respect than
have most other Caribbean territories.
Indeed it is true to say that the greatest
attraction Barbados has to offer would be
industrialists in the goodwill of its labour
force. That is not the same as saying that
Barbados has the most highly trained
labour force in the Caribbean. In Puerto
Rico one uf the greatest advantages to be
derived from the current conference on
industrialisation will be the opportunity
delegates will have of seeing for them-
selves how far Puerto Rico has advanced
with the technical training of entrants
into induglry. Hut in the final analysis
which BfroMog will have to make of its
potentialities as a site for industrial devel-
opment the good will, thelatont talent of its
labour force seem to be the only important
assets it possesses. The really decisive fac-
tor the existence of a large home market-
is lacking. This disadvantage is minimised
by the especially favourable position of
Barbados with regard to the Leeward and
Windward islands, but unless the Leewards
and Windwards wef concurrently to raise
their standards of living and allow
Barbados free entry into their markets,
the disadvantage would remain. If
Barbados is to compete with Jamaica,
Trinidad and British Guiana, it will have to
find some industry which has not already
been attracted to those islands. But other
disadvantages exist.
Unlike British CJuiana. Trinidad and
Jamaica, Barbados has no primary raw
materials and unless oil is discovered in
large quantities this summer, no cheap
source of power. The outlook for new in-
dustrial development seems restricted. It
would be a mistake however, to overook
how far Barbados has already travelled
towards industiialisation of the sugar in-
dustry and how many minor industries and
cottage industries exist in this small island.
It was as recently as October 1884 that the
Barbados Agricultural Society circularised
its members to secure approval for a policy
of centralising sugar factories which would
increase the cost of producing sugar from
$5 per ton to $12 per ton but which would
save $1 per ton by the use of bags instead
of casks and would reduce freight by $2.40
per ton.
It is interesting to note that 175,000
would erect the improved plant for the
manufacture of at least 50.000 tons and if
borrowed at 3J per cent, the interest would
constitute a charge of about $2J per ton
on the sugar. In 1897 the members of a
Royal Commission recommended a loan of
120,000 for ten years to Barbados to
assist the building of Centrals. How far
the policy of industrialisation was carried
may be seen in the industries section of the
Advocate Year Book 1951 where it is accu-
rately stated that "only 24 factories manu-
facture clear crystal sugar and 12 syrup
factories are in operation." The same sec-
tion of the year book gives the most com-
plete picture of the progress made in recent
years towards the development of minor
industries and tabulates employment statis-
tics taken from the most recent census of
1946.
Sugar, tourism and possibly oil are Bar-
bados' present nnd potential major indus-
Aiound these other minor industries
will develop* but nothing in this Island can
ever supplant agriculture as the greatest
provider of real natural income.
ttfrfT
"SLAIN TO JOB..."
New Mliioil Of Cancer
l><-l--f ion
A new Mynthiltc snl>sta ditcovered In i h Cnltrd
Slate i. iNut'd with blood
mm of Ihr individual briny
tailed, detent the pretence of
cancer with mON than a 98
per cent, degree of accuracy.
(B, Will I AM I. LAWItl\< I.
From the New York Tii<-
prlng of 1951. in thi
L.I. .iiiii ihr Veteran! Adminlstra- olood serum com bine at once
I department-- o( the antigen and coagulate it. On
radtototQ and surttcry of the ihc other hand, when the serum
1.....1 "-om a patient in whom no canceT
When the new synthetic sub- is present is mixed with the can-
stance is mixed .mi rr-cuusing antigen no coagulaUon
Rlbfect in whom cancer ii lakes place, since no antibodies *re
the American scientists present.
' arum flocculates, ->_
hat is. it curdles in the manner ,n ,n,
mldwestem" American City ,,t of _Uw ewUtajMrf milk on being anUg.n< conrtrtiuhg with Ihc anU-
ui '* *" >e M-rum, if cancer Is
present, and producing coagula-
Uon. the American scientists re-
ported During IBM) they reported
about 2.000 cases were studied b\
ihc new synuVuc antigen with a
(lar high percentage of posi-
cittng the results on about 4,500
synthctlf, substance acts
___tame way as the natural
Cleveland. Ohio, members attend- mixed with lemon j
ng the annual meeting of the <*.. earner i* present, no curdt
American Association for Cancer takes place Tin investigators
Research. Incorporated, were given round that the curdling took place
a report on the development of an with the scrums of patients still
a ma ling synthetic substance, in the early stages or cancer.
which, when mixed wilh human About 830 cases of known cancer
blood serum, rWCell the preset., c "t with the sub- rulK
of cancer with an Benn human liver
more than 98 per cent.this in and "' those MJ pet esfM gave _
eXeonducle.) '* approximal-ly positive reaction. More recent ??**** J***P Angeles, il
4,500 people. tests with the synthetic substance, "" "}** ""* " *****
The new synthetic substance, ft ..enlists1 reports. *" LWJEJ* 9JL5 P",,?* ,
lure ot thai ..-.I., r mo* ,-..,..,. Pi m "-vcral years a,o.thai can- iSSSSaXrtarttan. f? John
dru cortlsiilK II pronilM. lo CM i> produced In Ine body by a j;" ,,',?''";''',*'.n"^..r.J",
loni-iouihl-fbr sold develop- liver and olher ltoi. *huh i < '";" lnllute of the U.S. PubUi
SSnl^f a BtapJ* and eullT .!>- "onnal persons but H'-a"h Service, pointed oul. how-
,,, for cVT I { unknown ^Ita^ dWJ-&J.
luch a test could he litl in mass li ecumulBta over the court* of HStea alove were Kenera|i> re-
to, de- year. In peron. who develop can- "*"'"','' } ftj "^ DD"'n
iuii cancer hi i' This suh.l.-n.ce X. described "horlcom n of the test was not
when 11 fi Ull n
The ne^ utetan",' when pro- In 11.. 5oo3 ot .......IvIduaU " ""' "* ereenlnr
doled ST," S |S. '!'','" " Z1& Penn%T.Tf"r'can,e?de."
iSS use ol similar test SU While II,,-., Wtlbodlt. ,:,e lo fl<*<}-'Iv J* to -l'vcr hi,
nrnundI at thi. mcelUm In 150 hold the enncer-producln aent ?read disease as X-ray screenlnr
Cr, of In^-stUolors. In check in the Initial .lanes, some- " V0^!^"'.^
Kls .carcllv of the substance, and sfei .lamaile unop- "'"'" "< ""'*' " '" ""
Iho dimeulty isr obtaining human i-. a sullance PortesT however
^ssss^s^ig&s Kgr^saaa Saaasgaggg
of Hedldns n the Pedfte Coast in the early stages, contains the the scourage ofcsnctr if< no- to
city".f Los Angeles The team of a.m-eaneer ..nliboUies. Thee* antl- dto*UM It altogether. (MEDI-
invesiigators was headed by Dr bodl ntn the cancer-
Harrv S Perm The studies which prmlueing agent carcinogen, known
they carried oul ore regnrded u un ler I term. gnUgen,
BiBoni the* moei tivniAcanl In the and neutralixe 11 nence. wheo tee
cancer field in reteid real lueBng antigen li com-
t.idii-. weir tonducled at the Pined with the M-tum ft'M" the
uinuir MOtrol centre uiglcal , vice. Wadsworlh General Hospi- is present, the antibodies in the
PRINCE CHARLES:
HEIR TO THE THRONE
B> ri i i k MUSFX
LONDON, Feb. 11.
His name is Charlesbut no one will ever |
call him "Charlie", His hair is never rumpled,
there is never a smudge un his. knees. His
clothes are never torn.
His pockets are cleannot filled with the!
eird and wonderful collection of odds and
ids that other children cherish.
He is only three years old but he has the
gravity of say a boy twice his age, and the
manners of youth twice that again.
He bows to his elders.
And he already Is:
Prince of the House of Windsor. Duke of
Cornwall, Duke of Rothesay, Earl of Carrick,
ind Baron of Renfrew in the peerage of Scot-
land, Lord of the Isles, and Great Steward of
Scotland.
PRINCE OF WALES
He will some day become Prince of Wales.
Already his own incomefrom Cornwall,
tselfis 100,000 per year.
He can, if he wishes, sit in the House of
aOrds. His years are no barrier. At an age
when he should be sitting on his mother's Up
n the nursery, he canif he wishessit at
:er nglit hand at all solemn assemblies of
it.itr and Honour.
He wont, of course but it might be one way
t getting lo see his mother occasionally. He
>as seen so little of her in his short life that
then she returned from Canada he drew back
vhen she bent to kiss him.
People don't often envy the Royal Family
n this realistic monarchy, and at that
-noment there wasn't a mother in the Empire
ffllO would have changed places with the
Winccss.
HIS FUTURE
His future? Well some part of the day
when the duties which will keep her busy
from 8.00 a.m. until night slacken a bitat
ea-time probablyhis mother, the Queen,
will rush into the nursery or his private
school room to spend a few moments with
him.
He will not see much more of his father.
he Duke of Edinburgh. He will sec nurses
ind tutors. He will study Deportment, Con
-titutional Law. History and Language.
There's so much he has lo know that already
hev have begun cramming it into the little
head.
He will play, of course, but not much or
ften. His playmates will be carefully
chosen for him. So will his wife unless he
s lucky enough to fall into love with a girl
.vho miraculously meets the strict Elizabeth
est for a Queen-Consort. He will have
PAPER SERVIETTES
In Plain White
SI.00 |-r hi,.lr..l
ADVOCATE STATIONERY
Broad Street & Greystone, Hastings
C. S. Pitcher & Co
.11 SI III!Ill I It
The "DALE-
MEASURING TAP
=="j[j
IT POURS A DRINK, STOPS
AND POURS AGAIN
Intlisftfitsuhlf in lh<-
BAR Aim CLUB
Da COSTA & CO., LTD.
DIAL 4689
ClNsS Research).
This article appeared In Th<-
New York Timr. om of Um
outstanding dally '.ewspaperj
published in the United Sltitei.
The writer Is a w*I-knivn
m itiiiult reporter for Ufa*, news-
paper.
CAA W>/l\ COLl >/V
Farm Cash Income
St'ts Record
Cash inootssi of <*. an from Tile .-idi' ol farm products
in 1951 amounted to an all-Unu
hifh lotftl ..f $2,819,400,000. ac-
cording to an advance preliminary
ostim.Mo by the Bureau of
Statistics. Thu. wjs 26.8 per cent.
above the 1950 figure of $2,223.-
.'.OO.OOO, ;.n previous high of *2.494.BO0,0OO In
1940.
The bwnaM in I9M was large.
ly atvibuuiblc to substantial grain
participation sod itjiiitinenl pay*
menu. >' tin- Canadian Wheat
Board, higher avrrnur livestock
prices and unusually heavy
marketings of western grain dur.
inf the spring months The latter
resulted from In- i\
.ml adverse tveathet condiUooi
which driayed deliveries during
the fall month".
In addition to the botn
suppleminiary pawuenta made
under the provisions ol the
Prairie V I r in Assistance Act.
amounted to si.MOii.oiHi in 1951 as
again*' $13,800,000 in 1950, and
S17.60i (MM) in 1949.
All protrlnea) harad in the rise
In farm eiah Income IQ :al. Total
for Ontario, largest among the
provlncinl flsjuraa. row to 5793-
H>2.00fl from 9079,437,000 in 15(>.
..n Ivingnexl
U0XQM .. Miii.l $407,604,000.
Alberta $4D7 380.0O0 against $388.-
"WO.OOO. and Quebee. *432,"58.0 against S361.6$1.000.
M-niloba was next in order al
;^07.339.OOO against 1199
followed l>> British tVluml.ia ..1
$114^66.000 against Mew Brunswi, K I90.09S 'MM) again-u
.6,iMi.. $47,137.-
000 against $39.556 000. mid Rrlnc
Edward !
S22.106.000.
Gold and IS Dollar Holdings
The Mlnlstar of itnahee, Mr.
Douglas Abbott, ojuminec
unry 7 |]

Si.779 million at December SI,
1951. Th* rumparable rlgur.' for
September 30 was 01,610
for October 31 $1,678 million, and
November SO $1,749 million. At
tne end of 195<> the n>rresponding
figure was SI.742 million Ml
those Cgurrs are In tern
dollir-
The '.provernent In reserves
generally w,as cribed to a heavy
inflow ..f AnsfJ m.nt visory Committee which shall be
capital going into Canadian In. mviUd to atiend aU. except j.i
oustry and Canadian natural re- camera, meetings of the Commu-
sources such as the development gion. In addition, the Conunis-
ol ml In Altierta. iron ore in non. and each national sccmoii
Ouebee and Slectric l>0W*f for within Itg own country, may '
    ihlfninum production in British public hearings."
    The Minister of Labour Alt
    Milton F. Gregg, reported on Jan-
    uary 7 that the annual campaign
    MM Kor University Personnel to uncover permanent Job open-
    ihr rrlpartna l^sharU Con- ings for university graduates an*.
    ... da J.ipaii tasnporarj employment for under-
    I held m graduates next spring had beei.
    Tokyo November 5 to IX.ember started In Dect-mbcr by the s
    Fisheries Convention
    _ id of 8.000 questionnaires to
    employers across the countrv
    Mr. Gregg stated that it m
    evident from the quick response
    lo the questionnaire that there
    would be a strong demand by em-
    poyer* for university Job appli-
    13, 1951. | Drafl in-
    ternational Convention for the
    .' arts* of the Mod
    Pacific Ocean, and the c.
    representatives of ihe J
    tries recoounonded that the adop-
    tlOQ of this Convention by tnetf .
    ii-jeitive Gyvnimieni be i'< n- cants this year Within the first
    eluded *a pwcin> i* por.ib. \' three weeks after the quertlon-
    * m i-'isherke Chanel) ot Canada aaire had been fons'sraed. th*
    reporu Kaecutive & Professional Division
    - H.it!flelii>n of the %.. of the National Employment Ser-
    tionol cannot be occom..lidwd tee had received l.SOO replie*
    until after the C.overnmirr- of offering 1.400 'obs for gradu.ite
    Canada and the United BtsU '*> '."OO jobs for undergr.nl mtm
    have signed the general pa
    . ith Japan. This gCttOI
    . antg ipated in the United S'ste.
    within thr next few months and
    in Canada at the next
    Parliament this spring. Approvd
    ot the draft convention of Batter-
    Uai woul.l folio*, normally, nl
    m of Parliam~-M
    lint if need w* apparent.
    happen at tin- year1
    following, or coneuri.n'lv
    with the approv,.' of the general
    North

    be established to carry ouLth
    wtlr l>e
    composed of three nut
    tlons, each one having not iror"
    than four inenben apt.
    th speeUiss gotiejinisej
    work of the Com.
    ther than
    OUR READERS SAY:
    SI. \.. / Church
    To The Editor. The i4deo SIR.I crj.v your indulgence
    to make an appeal on behalf ot
    i- 'ho SI Nicholas Church. Welches
    Road. St. Michael.
    I appeal to nil those who can,
    to assist in supporting Uw work
    i f God in this island. There
    :m will help and others
    I -hat their offering might
    be smalL Tn those who give how-
    ever small we shall be indebted
    iM-heving that they will give
    banl of their nbtllty.
    The work covers a wide area
    in the West Indies and include
    Trinid.nl. St. Vincent. Grenada
    and British Guiana. Il is also
    territorial waters of the North C1;, United States of
    Poxantj Ocean, including its adjn- Ameraa
    cent seas. M u ill be glndly re-
    atifylng to n i .,; Lg Solace. Welches
    visions In the convention whler. Road or at the residence ot Mr.
    ' tin views of 'he G Richards (Phone 2332'* and
    Ashing Industry i in lh> Press.
    known to the Oori GLEOPATRA BARROW
    national secUon may have an Ad- Rev. Deaconess
    His life will be important, and if he's
    istute, he will be able to set his mark on the
    limes, even though his powers as King will
    be limited. But for this destiny, a price is
    demanded. And childhood is part of it.
    UP.
    STEEL BOOM OVER
    By ANTHONY I I I --1 I l\
    WASHINGTON. Feb. 11
    The strange boom in European steel ship
    ments to the United Stales, the worlds steel
    . liinl is just about over.
    Officials said il was a nice paradox while it
    lastedthis business of an impoverished
    Europe feeding steel to the rich United States.
    it ave the Allies the dollars they need so
    badly to stay solvent and it gave many Ameri-
    can manufacturers and builders replacements
    for steel plate and rods they had to surren
    der to the defence effort. But now as Gov-
    ernment statisticians complete their flgur-
    ng for 1951 they look down a falling curve.
    The excitement started in the fall of 1950.
    Die trickle of steel from across the Atlantic
    which normally fills certain specialized U.S.
    needs doubled and tripled and kept swelling.
    It came mostly from West Germany, Bel-
    gium and Luxembourg Britain did not con-
    'ribute very muchthe United Kingdom in
    fact only recently obtained the promise of
    ne million tons of U.S. steel.
    The increase was the irsult of orders placed
    culler by U.S. importers and manufacturers
    who finding it more and more difficult to buy
    all the U.S. steel they needed, suddenly "dis-
    overed Europe."
    There the world's second largest steel
    plant re-established and modernized though
    ttarshall Plan Aid was surpassing pre-war
    production. As always il was geared for ex-
    port. European suppliers began offering fast
    ichver.es at competitive prices.
    The flow kept increasing.
    By last Spring it had multiplied by ten.
    The increasefrom an average rate of 300.000
    ons a year to 3.120.000 tonswas small in
    terms on U.S. production of finished steel
    estimated for 1951 at 80,000.000 tonsbut it
    was important to those here who needed an
    extra fifty tons to build a school or a few
    hundred pounds to erect a workshop.
    Europe was providing small independent
    United States fabricators and wire mills
    with one out of every eight tons of steel
    plate for making items of wide range and
    one out of every five tons of steel rods for
    barbed wire and wire nails.
    Then the import curve stopped rising, hov-
    ered at th peak and fell. The worldwide
    scramble for European steel with the United
    States. Latin America, the Near East and
    North and South Africa all competing had
    doubled European prices on the average.
    BROAD STREET
    NOTICE
    Due to the Arrival of the Tourist Ship
    s. s. liberte'
    On SATURDAY 16th FEBRUARY
    Our Dry Goods Department will
    Close for the Weekly Half Holiday
    On THURSDAY 14th FEBRUARY
    at 11.30 a.m. and remain open on
    SATURDAY 16th FEBRUARY
    I'll ISI. ARRANGE Ol II m
    SIIOI'I'IM. ACCORDINGLY

    DACOSTA&CO.,LTD.
    DRY GOODS DEPARTMENT
    #?????#? ??????????????<
    cM&ie'-l a JIm*ic& levi tlte
    SANDWICH LUNCH
    kill* HE El* in Cans
    MUSS'S ALE
    WORTHING TIN ALK
    GUINNESS STOUT
    SIM-IIAI.S
    COOK'S PASTES 6 cents per
    tin
    TEA TIME PASTE 15 per Jar
    I iisisI on Anchor
    Prodnrlfl
    HAM
    Keep a Cold Storage Ham c
    hand (whole or rut)
    MEAT PASTES
    PAT1 DE FOIS GRAS
    SANDWICH SPREAD
    CARR'S CRACKERS
    KRAJT CHEESE
    SANDWICH BREAD
    J ft R SANDWICH BREAD
    *%%%*%%%%%%**%*%%%%%%*%%%%%*
    HREAKFAST FOODS
    QUAKER i I vrs in tins
    QUAKER OATS In pkgs.
    GRAPE NUTS
    SCOTCH OATMEAL
    ROLLED OATS__________
    PHONE
    G0DDARDS
    WE DELIVER
    tllllllllll


    IlESDAY. FEBRUARY 14. t5J
    BARBADOS \n\OCATF
    pace mt
    Vestry Pay Tribute
    To Prominent People
    MEMBERS of (he SI Michael'. Vwtry ye*terd:u ,... i
    (UlogUl lu three prominent personal;?*the V .
    ItchdMCttl Shankland. Dr R H King, lale P..
    Medical Officer. St Michael, and the lata Mi* (' \
    mothtf of Hi>n. V. C. Gale, who passed in thr
    within recent weeks.
    I'lUM I \M\IIO\
    News In Brief
    . members to It
    , .......w. awu i. , iias hunuii r quaUttta
    Iscts in re- win. i uw t K .
    SI** < "> .paSintBnd tn * & "" hMrU of *"* P"
    spci of the law Dr King and the Mr ...< i. nun . humanity and
    i Hie Clerk a sympsihrii? man
    ruStM u> write letters of much foe the pai
    if to ifieir relatives. vr-strvnun. he w*iilt-d tn add
    ass?SLUXJ?" .?* ?' lh^,d^ "* lr'b,"<' '" ,hoeo already paid
    WM Proceeded h. Hon V C Bjr the previous -p*-,-
    i Ikying tribute to the late hoped that the widow of "i.
    Uod reulle-l Dr Kii.g would tind .-fmnol it.....
    f the St. in the warm oletm i< whir'' he.
    ^u^Tf mIn> hu*fc*n,l *" h*** by a large
    upied the offlt-e number o.* parishioners
    Michaels
    His I.XILU.tM 1 III)
    Arrraven of l^aren I lit.hr(h II The rerrw
    Gale, i
    \
    :hal he
    Michael's Vestr;
    years whil. In
    of Dean of the
    Cathedral, and said that there After mem ben nad stood
    were some of them present who their places out of respect to the
    had served under his chairman- dtN.tr, of Dr King. Mr. Mottley
    sniP and other members paid eulog-
    He. as a vestryman, therefore les o the late Mrs. C. A. Gale. //,,,, /,*,, \uu
    wanted to express on behalf of mother of Ho- V C. Gale .,..(. "'"*"' fltitt .'Iflflr<'$S
    members, their very deep regret Mr. (' A L. Gale,
    t hU passing The Bevd. Shank-
    land was. he would say. a Christian A Fitting Tr.bt.te
    geiilleman who did aU In his now-
    it not only In the way of his own Mr- MotUey aaJd Hit Gale, ka
    religion which he represented, but addition lo being the wife of the
    he was a man of broad views and founder of the Advocate, wa*
    sympathies, and in anything for the mother of two rlistiugu^hcd
    the itood of Barbados, he was al- boys, one of whom was u senior
    ways ready and willing, to give a member of the Vestry, and he ..
    hand and to foster anything that thought it was tl ting when such Kingdom to suspend the In
    was for the good of the island. personality passed away. Il0n Section of th. Brill
    n-.Ysns. .T Sir! way *Z&? '
    I mi- I % liev made a contribution in mother- Wl.n th. ..,. British
    nine, ...a..heweAh. h7airiu^'mad'e".."^^?;:.!;ssisfirSp""""'""
    deacon Shankland stood out. it to the community that thev M. r^...r..i ,
    wU Englishmen of hi. type 'who offer condole^? ! her sons. He "';.^"'-^ -"''enbed the
    came to the colonies and gave therefore moved thai a letter be
    their lives, and of their best and written to her
    \KKMtK. Menibe
    i the legMl'ti.
    held in Trsfal.
    iv. til the
    r Square >
    On Panama
    Legation
    On HM gMOOD of Mr. W. A.
    I Die House of
    assembly on Tuesday passed an
    ng the deciMim nf tin- L'niUM
    Schooner Ckiptuin Fined
    50 by ./>/***/ Judges
    On bsjsm. un> ol Hi.
    Majesty the King, tmtasg .it "!
    Boys' Club has been postponed.'
    It Mill resume after the hang*'
    Friday
    Mi Crntg, Boxing Instruetor of
    Club- told the Adve-
    'gffsjisnv
    kvo io bi
    rearranged and the new date*
    .
    He said 'Although Hat
    ilnnit the postal
    "iM'v 'eel it is irnperativ, to Join
    Id the r.'-t <.f i I
    .nniiifc thg lOM N "in rUni '
    II. HNhhatm
    Itxal Polu. r
    island for the I' K on May 29.
    1911. returned on Sut
    Trfrjdad
    khii attenssss) a course .
    lmlnistration an> i
    Physical Training
    Captain R. Q. Olaw of the
    II M.S. Ikevsiuhlee vimted Colonel I
    It T Michelin. CommisMi.ii '
    PolKC, al the .'crural Station on
    Saturday.
    He was hnwn around Polka
    " .ind st -. ilu ii ,p
    r.n'ks hy the Commis^lonrr
    ASTHMA
    m to ease the strain in 30 seconds!

    THEIR Honours Mi. ir A. Vaughan and Mr. A J U
    Hanachell. Judges of the Aiahstam Court of Appeal, yester-
    ,.r
    ked the Hoi
    uiat'iit one and
    it late houi
    -1 UM Tistitty Offlr.'
    are now divided inti
    d*l imed" NevTfle McLaur.V of 111,. Si-hi-.i.. * SSS ItffLSt
    M. 1.50 to oe pard forthwith or three months' JgJ u^iH r^irU. ?.,, 1^-
    nment fur altempitn i vxpoai [OOdl without h- ,^ i,-rt on the i
    fainini; a Hci-nce for tfsttii
    Bv doinn this, Their Honours varied the decision of J? :rc,l"u '' 'ffifff "!'
    Hii vs Mhlp Ml G H Griffith. Acting Polite MaS.>lrtt ^ SmS^hTuSSS
    District "A who lined McLaurence 100 or three keel, lor Um rats boati im
    months' imprisonment for tin* oflence. ?ected to arr
    VfTlsssei skstsng AiOn mafeci -<*
    *^ gasp Hsr breath, one Epbasooc
    i the aoutta tsses Um
    gsstdeafacUrclT Rrmeo.-
    ST, I ll dSSS ttrmn OB Obt .Ttlrm r... t,
    i dM biggin eaagcr fsoai
    osoisioa several healing
    i wbka) diuolve the irraDgljig,
    germ ladea accumulations si ihe
    betsachasl lubet, sod m dui way prontotei carr, normal hrrsihing.
    The Epbasooc ireauarai n to usplr Toot Nothing to uuect,
    ssjdjjjaa io inbak. No nuitrr how taiRly or uorirv." Hy tbs
    sssscs cosass. thers is slwayi tune M .heck Asthoss with EpbssoSo.
    For rapid relHf from Attbms. Rrxnihmt and Broaclual Caurrs,
    aloags baop supply of Epbaaonr ublett band* !
    K)R SSTHMA AND BRONCHITISTAKI
    LdJCHOZO
    laM k* *" ! !**' ckim-iit II ani Jigtaslly. sen* tB'
    1 I. UVllll 4 MM If
    0 Isi U. B-Sget-**


    of Engllihmen who made the
    name ol Great Brttaie. (real. Anoelaling himielf wllh the
    v.i,.,,-wi paopk like him hud mhute P.-.1.1 i., Mi MotUn Mi
    gone It was men ol his clan who McD. Symmond. -.id he did o
    had built up the Emplra and Com- . p.,., p|,u t^n, Mr.
    v.-u known, and Q,|r was one o( those grand
    Hid ladle- of th- Victorian Era
    Counwl io the caae weea Mr. the hatoh of the ihlp."
    Wa1; "S^Sl S,c '"' ""' Voh" I'apers Shown
    ,xpla,,.t.-Althugh ilon"or,ra"bic jS."; ET^ u.^.^.ff! Hi' C,ltad to ,h* ",nd. b?
    his
    I'rbrunr
    mon wealth
    It was therefore his very great
    pleasure to ask them to stand nut
    of respect lo the memory of the
    late Dean of St Michael, and
    Chairman of .Ihe St. Michael's
    Vestry for very miny years.
    that
    who. hy her life -"iii rxumpl<
    and training. hd ivjodgessj
    very great service to this com-
    munity. b> bringing up son*
    who were not only a great credit
    the community, but continue
    u lengthy sitting, it would be
    'inlair to detain them.
    Tin- British QsnbsetMntnt hau
    ''>' {-..'.
    . .
    ormaUon iggtiou >.t the
    British Legation m LbUd Amu-i-
    he got his clearance
    James Wilkinson told the court
    he
    February
    bout 7.SO
    iliil. along
    1-ane. St. Michael, and
    Its the M-hounei RossJJng M
    tx>ut tn leave the i-Umi
    fssswi srttieVSs SaSs^airS
    he did so with a sense of regret. J"*** "j?,Ei1UnltV-..m ,hrtr
    as well US a sense of pride Re- var,u^ responsible position-
    goet. because of the passing of a ,. mt__
    very distinguished gentleman; Another EMOfS
    pride because the late Archdeacon ^fr D G L4'ii.<>ck Jiu alga
    was one of those distinguished pa,d'a eU.0gy in the latf Mis
    Englishmen who had come to this Slle Hc Mid hc un,v |i;d u.
    islandl and it could truly be said. p|eMUre of meeting the la* Ml
    gave Barbadians the benefit of nir
    cultural and spiritual upllftment
    ^ ,. _,, He boardesl the schooner and
    ..-ked the captain if he had hi.
    eason* for so doing, but in clearance papers and he looked.at
    was con(*rned. ,h). rieargnee papers.
    as l*ana
    the matter was of special import-
    and tin- rost of Goods Not Cnfered
    ihv BritaBh -Vest Indies After looking at the cl
    ih.i,. sfsssj rnreg -'3.000 British papers he searched thr hip and
    aftst Indian Nationals still In found four bags of nee. one bag
    and because of the con- of stock feed, four cartons f
    Uiy of than biscuits and 23 bottles of mm
    lived, .t wgg at vital importance These goods were not entered on
    thnt there should bv ret-ined on the clearance papers. "While 1
    'ii' ..!<. she wai tn tat* and um taw V Iha UaflaVlon, bbbm fgg iagelura| fba bMb Um df>
    ver> advanced y-(u' and ara UHcial whose special hnilnaai u (ndant aked ma to give him
    Recalllns his boyhood days, Mr. vcry <*viotig io him that sbt ...k aftm tberP As chance." Wilkinson told the
    Mottley said he could remember *aB a P*"" f outstanding the Address pointed out. the West court
    the time when ihn late Archdeacon character and personality a I. ,. | ol the inlirma-
    Shankland came to Barbados and person who, speaking o. Niri) .-, Btcilon had been c.iiiying on Cross examined by Mi. Il.n-
    made his mark among men of let- >' must nave had a gre.it In- Ihe (iut whenever lie could of row. Wilkinson said that Um .k-
    ters and other great stalwarts of luenec on her time and genera- .i|ipuiuted West In- toodsuit Itandad bin I]
    the Church, and sakl It was that tl011- "hee papers and allowed hnn to
    type of person who had given u % ,. ,lf the services of both were dis- search the ship
    need imt ue described
    have liked the
    culture, and did'all he could lo gfttftl *" ^ Wi";
    rals? local standards. Ht hoped {" that he w.^ sure hal he.
    ilwov< h^ve iMS would.be very keenly felt.
    not only by her family, but by a
    wider citele nf pasmWi
    I i.litii people wsjfl
    r trafllc offences committed ovci
    ...c week - charged
    i>o,wrs from the Customs. He was [(ir exceeding the snecd limit
    . way from his sh p from 9.45 a.m. Three DSMfda grata << portasl (o
    until about 2.15 pin After he hud fsJUng 10 conform with road sign:
    rived at the ship the Police and lour (M MM drawtng
    aakad him t> show hU clearance atwugjli to Uw sMi M tha road
    ; ajpan That gW did. Ht wa aaafiM o u ona person wa' i
    by a policeman to show him the fl), AsOgai |q rtop at a majoi
    latch and there were some goods road
    iclov the hatch which he dW
    . t kwn .f
    f-lthellne Tha was pg 0
    Ht aakad Um erew if they knew r.-nimtry. St Thomas, raportt*
    nything of the gi^-ds, but hey that her house was broB)
    entered sometime l>etwi-en 7 Dl
    _ p.m. and 11-00 p.m. on Saturda>
    s,-pu..i; BtU I t Of artJMdg and ^ $2n , (.h ,,,,1,.,,
    UM BehOOntl Hosaline M. A JJJ, 0l.)v Vi)hl,.(( g|| .,s
    run ih-.t while the ,to|pn from B pBMm,. ;i, whito
    ...plain was away a woman came ,..,,, s, ,,,.,,., (..wc,,n g 00 u m
    ' x^nJ!n'l.mt^Jil*} ^ C*J*2n and'1.30 p.m on Sunday It I
    isked him to take bi the goods. proptrtj <-f Leg CollllU ol
    " "h^doods "d placed Uiern w||ll .,,,. |h, ill( i.
    i flow ihe deck Shorli. after this ...
    UM rapUin relumed and then
    Ihe RHMa (SUM and he was In------------------------------------------
    1' ct^ i f nu S hf!Ch- amount of the fine should *
    Me did not know the woman ,.,.,w(
    .....toldhlmtokeepthe^.. m,u" , ,.....
    Addressing the court Mr. Barrow Mr. Recce said that the maxi-
    \oi it i:
    Customers and the public- generally ore
    requeste-1 to ""!< that in view nf Uw antici-
    pated irrvbJ on
    SATURDAY 16TH INST.
    o( the Tourist Steamer
    S.S. I UM HI I
    our Store will remain open tluougliuut that day
    but will close- on
    THURSDAY 14TH INST.
    .it || noun for the weekly Imlfday holiday.
    that the island would always have
    people of the outlook and culture
    of the late Dean Shankland.
    si Mkhael'g l.i'l- Sclso
    LiU> I
    Outalda Mi
    of ihe v.
    mut h work whlci
    bj iru id v ShanKi
    who came into contact with her
    many times, and who could not
    fail lo be impressed by btl ""
    ii Chairman remarkable character.
    I kgen Members ngaln gtood In
    i done Mlemi' tB Iheir places, and .if er-
    H tl
    !. (
    thg His
    c 1 the
    Mr A. E. Eastmonu. Cutt
    .t..t t ild be said m -mpport id *r" u"r>
    ilotion But since mos'
    laeU were within the *,'.'.cr
    laid
    that the facts of the case mum fine for such an offence w*
    M simple, (.um a.iv fuund .mi 1200 or Imprisonment or lu some
    vleoge of almost all nOtKUr- ''"'"re iriu..\...
    bit member, ht "- wrg that hatch of the ship.
    Mi it- wmild Ik- hi i.i ii tin ous sup-
    g) Kt-nhition.
    the couit that - :hi ship and th.ise goods wore not instoncet both But In this particu-
    6, he boarded the n he nlggtaiait papers. lar case It was entirely a ques-
    Rosallne M. and MW Iha tlon for the court to decide whal
    huin Um ii. r i CotMtabto Union had ttne lo Impose.
    th.
    .he things he had done, his
    cint.on ith the St. Michael's Girl*'
    School would ever stand out it*, a
    monument There were also other
    inch would also stand out
    with posterity to the name of
    Alfie.i Shankland and he had
    much pleasure' In seconding the
    motion imde by Hon. V. C. Gale.
    Paying tribute to the late Dr.
    King. Mr McD. Symmonds.
    Churchwarden of the parish said
    they mourned ihe death of i
    nd among wards, Hon. Mr. Gale replied
    thanking
    Braunondi
    their very kind remark* il
    his mother.
    The Man
    me ii W .^
    j -,Mo"l*y- Mr- dttpiy concerned ova. um okkm
    iispend Um InfonnaUi
    lion Ol 11 111... .
    mi to duptcaM wiiii tut
    bnu
    inoian Specialist ol the Legation
    staJC
    I, The House notes with con-
    ..u.giviiig Ihal u ccsor hat been appointed lo nil
    the place of the Wesi
    The Increase in the prlca >, A^"" on me Legation .
    roost diligent, sym- birad la(, wrok tai ni<,a,u (J^ d, J(1|R. 1MB ,|U
    pa-hcllc and hard-working medl- ,, amount of lunch school child- dul.es which
    and .orh w. his love, not only ,,.ln7tneUme --" '- "- - """"" S"""J|1" *
    PoUct Conatablg AjUiui Linton
    ad 'On Febniary , | boartleil
    ihe Ituwillne M and the defendan'
    handed mo Lie clearance poper
    I n Uotd that the..- were two
    tartoiu of rum entered on the
    learance papers. The defendan'.
    had said that he bad nothing m
    not corroborated what Harbour The*r Honours in varying the
    Wilkinson said It WM nnt ,ietlsoo said that there was n
    dlsputod thai Um dasswtanl wai couM as tn the guilt of, Dm
    ayaj f.....i his ship fa gOBM Unw, defendant and they had come
    ut the court must DO BfUltaV tOB) .1 AlM
    latyond ..ii douM that Um anoda c&o pajftbla ro-thwtth
    i.i in the ship with UM monuar Imprisonment with ham
    lonseni m rtsMOtssb 1 taMWMdfl ibour be liTinntBil on tha defao-
    f the Defendant | Ap|ieal coats of 10s. 4d. nre|
    Vttl 1! Um facts have been |n DO ptM In U d.i> I H in ilet.ml'
    .io'.. n fanstoju tin H a Imp I
    The Price
    Of Bread
    prlea
    <>f bread has
    1 lunch mo
    and he has
    1 little tightei
    ...try. but for doing what S-Twb^tT^aTitS^" ",u,i" tlw umc
    h. COUld 10 rilieve Ihe suffering of rtn,W ""' 0eti U"lp "*nlc' I The HOUM would point
    h nunrty, that he went out of his a bov deplored the fact that '"r vour Excellency's special am- ,
    .v to do what some people re- when prices go up. his father's sideration the circumstances that fr? *,, rJ,,
    g. rded r.s more than the ordinary salary
    staff whose spc cern shall b*
    Hntish West Indians,
    (e) Traditionally BrW
    Ituluir in I'
    thin type of rtpo
    tion and protect ion fron
    Hi Majesty's OOVtfl
    riienl Then
    entitles them |0 1
    lally when its infll
    mal cost is conndereal.
    i& ZidWINuMi JL A
    West
    . 1 a. not Increased. ...
    n cjuirements in relieving the dis- though he realises that his father
    hvss caused by sickness among the cannot Increase his lunch none]
    poor of the parish without an increase In Ml OWD
    As a result, the late Dr King salary, hc could still wish th^t he
    w.ir not only beloved, but hl< ^sx\A get sufficient lunch to tarn
    death was being greatly mourned. h|m through a day'* study,
    and the parish was much the poor-
    er by the loss of his services While bread In general 1* btang
    He moved that a.lett r of con- sold at sn incrensed prkt, bow*
    dolcnce be wiltten to his widow, ever, a few bakrr* art
    and that the Vestry stand to plating the idea of continuing to
    silence for a moment out of respect sell most of their bread at old
    to his passing. prices "I have carefully calcu-
    lated how much I would spend to
    Motion Seconded produce 100 thrgg oani
    salt bread and 1 am sure I can
    Mr A H. Toppin seconded the produce them and sell them at the
    motion, and said that the late floe- former price of a penny and vet
    tu- was a man of sympathy and a make a gain.'' a baker said
    m in who served the poor. He re- He said that he will begin m..k-
    grttttd his passing, and said he ,ng n(, filing n the 3
    re thai if ha had had umc, arK] a, pe,,pi u^ ttlvk lo nln,
    h would have rendered yeoman tm bread at the old prkt*. hc Li
    service to the parish. surr iQ get n goorf output ani
    Ir. Victor Chase supported the make big gains.
    -tion, and gave examples of the
    hi-i.< qualities of the late doctor "Sales have dropped
    whose loss he knew was being the increase," a bread sellei sale
    grtatly mourned by many par- "People still spend the same
    ri who had come In contact money, but they get |gsg I
    with him during the course of his bakers will soon be deciding to
    duty- .. *' bs** lew"
    1 view of the fact that tht
    Indian Adviser on th<
    .KtualU
    (a, there are -1 present over Colonial Office feprcsc.it
    25.000 British Vtat In- House of Assembly mpectfulb
    dians tn Panama who '""' ,,hat uYor f
    stand badly in Dttd ol w^d inform His Maje-ty; Pr,n.
    SDertails 1 acttvltJ <""1 spl"rett"J l( ** *'
    1 a number of Il.itisl, West Colonies of its des.rt that ll.e
    Indian colonies ...rU.ding wkaa of g West Indian Ad
    Harbadoi WltfMM Ihe *T r EPJ**. "m\ '
    tragic -. IMV- ^u,lM, Bhal ** ilmllar nature
    ins natives who lr,.,. * retained at the < ,,r. ,1.,-.
    Ipen, Clr ennre life ,n g ** '*> Oflkt M
    arduous toil on tl* lith- ,u decision to suspend the Info.-
    mus repatriated m a mat Ion Section and to dispen e
    penniless and *"*> the service* ol tl*
    dying condition w"' Indian Specialist wl
    The Salvation Army tn attached to ,t
    whom the Hntish Con.u- Mr t Talm. ,|() a|d htj
    late has delegated lu wanted to endorse the MfV
    responsibility in this con- expreased by Qa
    nectlon has not the ie- ixj tor St. Philip and m
    ofTieial statiu1 effec- dP(| ir Addrr,.4 .
    lively to cope with th. wouW MnK vnnv f(>rm nf ,,,,
    lhoussnd5 of Wi-l Indian .1
    (i.

    C.F.HARRISON & Co.(Bdos)LTD.
    IN OUR LINEN DEPT.
    WE OFFER
    FACE #011 #;#.*
    In COLD. BI.UK. KOSK and (RUN
    II I III IIIII IIS
    from.......................... $!. loSN
    in FLAOj WHiTi:
    11 tin io\t us
    Iron......................... :.l3lo$4.32
    in III I I PINK. OBKBN ami (.111.1)
    VAPEX
    INHALANT
    BREATHE .. the antiseptic vapour from
    your handkerchief by day or from your pillow
    at night o' use tht)
    VAPF.X INHALER
    handy for daytime
    Easily recharged from
    standard bottle
    On Sale at
    ALL lK I i. STOKrS
    |LM io M19
    'a Kt. and 5c.

    of
    c in ..i.,
    niton.
    (d) The delicate
    the position of Dntidi
    Wot Indian nationals in l{r Bpo|,e from tlpM
    their relationship with ^u. having travelled In tl
    he Panama Government l(mtry. A West Indian .dta. 1
    demonstrates the vital to any consulate, could give sr
    necessity of having an assistance to I
    'official on the legation Indian.
    Max factor Hollywood
    POWDER CREAM. LIPSTICK. PAN CAKE.
    MAKEUP PAN STICK.
    SKIN FRESHENER and
    ASTRINGENT.
    m: m ii nut i is
    from .............
    in guilt Coloured I>c*igm
    I.i l.l i out lint i is
    in CKKKN. BI.UK and V. Ill I I
    II till MATS
    ......................................'SUM
    In BLUR and (1KKKN
    IIKII SHI I IS
    70" x 90" ..........................(5) IMS
    in III.IIK, CKKKN. PBACB, I.KMON and ROSE
    Ml" x UNI"WHITE I $10.37
    HT x 10a" do. u $10.13
    1*11.1.11 II IMS
    COTTON 211' x 111 SI.67
    LINEN 1' x 2$" 2.4H
    HARRISON'S Dial 2664.
    ' llstlHIIffS lllllf:
    Owinc lo the arrival of a Tourist Ship this ftora will
    bo open all clay on Saturday 16th and will be closed for
    the"weekly half holiday at 12 noon on Thursday 14th
    inst. _______
    CAVE
    SHEPHERD
    & Co, Ltd.
    10 n BroaH Sitmi
    ST.\\sn:i.ii. siorr a *.. i.ia.
    ie-t Or*y-tn Staops -Hastings
    Here's a Food He i! TSiAdf (fa ?,.-'
    I^gChowimadfordoj..-!, you'll find Dog Ch-.w H
    In your dog's bill of foi'
    Khars bsoouaa oil dogs iaqu
    tha mama basic formula T |
    onlv diffsrancs It UBSrf
    walking dogs sari and ass I
    mots of it. iratopsnv.tr
    and in palatabtUty. Buy eor
    For
    Tin. Weak
    I lb olDogChowaguoU31bs.
    of frash meal In food energy.
    ' Over 2000 dogs haye eanRiu-
    M 'lian (aading a-perlemaa
    lo (Se building of Dog Ch-,w.
    I'MIISUM:iay.7.-T .--WilVito.S-.IVX
    AI.MO \\ III lllll
    IM ItlW
    ill.l OX (HOW
    H. JASON JONES & Co.. Ltd.Di.tribulor.
    ROBERTHON'S RAHPBF.RRT. APRICOT.
    LACK CURRANT. RED CURRANT
    JAM In 1 lb Bottlar-
    UOBCRTRON'B SCOTCH ORANOE.
    UOLDEN HMREP HII.VER SHRED
    MARMALADE
    ROBERTSON 8 OINOER
    LADE, in BotUas
    C0NDEN8BD Mll.K par tin 33 .31
    Tht above Item* for Cash sxt Carry Cmteawr. only
    rf(AWF01tl>S t'FH.l.lT BISCUTT8 imt tin......
    ' Aid* S TAI1I.K WATKlt BISCUITS ptr tin
    IfUNTLXY a PALMERS DIGEST1VF BISCUITS
    : n Mi'STAKl) per Jar
    WIT BUTTKJ. |)*-r j.ir
    ViHWli.i VN PEEI I D SHRIMPS per tin
    '
    DUT1 M lURCROU f i- i tin .........
    |1.o
    1.31
    1.90
    25
    ol
    86
    57
    .33
    J


    PACE SIX
    HAKRAlMis XDVOCATE
    II r-n\\ HUM \KV I!. IMi
    CLASSIFIED ADS.
    IM Ml H MMII IS I LOST A IOI Ml
    GOVERNMENT NOTICE
    TILIFWONE. J50B
    (C.reV <* far a> a-aiber at *M
    op io and Ifcnu pr ^rd. tor tart.

    M M ar-d 4 V fc )1U I a>e*4a
    niu
    t > Dl I
    lnnH. .ate IVeaulr
    th. *r-11:v
    .11 bra.- Puncial Mori of MeeeT.
    Burton Co I '
    i> ui livi.1 101 "it weaSbui*-
    h- Ford.-. Muriel H-rahail
    ma
    .(V*i
    , .1 I 'IK; Joaaph ailb

    l
    I
    ry No Cud. Fr ei.da
    IN MF.MOMAM
    I
    K
    lilMir- I""'
    taMjiii i
    ate* .....
    lf( We or,
    d ui
    "Oonr li

    i
    . e-ti Pr*n 1
    IUII J.ALK
    AUTOMOTIVE
    elree* I MM
    , Uaaager f IB* MM
    ..
    i-TD. Broad Street. WlW I
    IMS |
    . CHRIST CHURCH FOUNDATION BOYS'
    AND GIRLS SCHOOLS
    Lllll '.uv iK-OK*
    -'Si^T- lb* Rl*kl a***"'*'*b** 'r"* 8crUiy of State U* Use Coaoadsjs
    | -i. i tad ii
    I* sn
    "Ckjmkv. Ou u
    . rNn Stuart *
    Dm* a***
    rwiMn* Vaa IN) model.
    U 1 il *>
    -Id tl.
    ELECTRICAL
    iC I'AJXr T bB UM-pared
    DION CAR BAIMO for Sale
    i.. mm '-' *

    , ,i
    voUb-r M.irs-r.1 Calnerir.e ,*JM
    .h Ml T-iee]) "n February 1* 1"".
    We loved

    '" T Stan*

    Mil IMMv
    11 v....

    ". LH.Hu H C
    . .-1 o. MM
    U 1U- l
    NOTICE
    There Will M Ml EnUaordJ..
    hleaUag Ot Ue UarbadaM D-i
    umMW
    To aia.ua. the rase.
    the Price of lead
    rtai-n ot *t ritra
    WaiiM lor tha Pour Law Oin4n
    at M Peter a fully qu.OiaW Mara*- for
    the AIiimMm*
    Ha ary M100 p"-r nwintr. ami uniform,
    lounal. App;-at-iii. sill be rt*
    "if PHO at hta residence "Rneevllle"
    crowparty Ihr -uplitatu.ru. a medical
    -nl"'l-"l "HI be '* by DM P MO .
    dulit* lu be laa.au Up on tfte Mill F*b-
    luary If jioaatblv
    Chfrk Poor Lw Ouartian*
    Mm HtiM
    mush
    COiirt MUll WMT
    oul ol
    MALTA Cttilr
    r-aaJIUaWT. *ict
    ki- Wvalawrbcdd i <
    a. Co Lfd

    >-,-.,.
    aUU. Na> Q
    ,n room
    nUHJ *atr - "
    i. Tmlrt and Bulb UI*.
    room Mtd
    tr.%
    I0>>V 1
    u-iualUi UUOI tLVB Slat of M>V. '*-
    104 00 th in ol iuo. aaV2
    Iv i> Hci -l-i*.ii a wufa >o-.i -U oflkm ol Htr M.j-M,
    !uui> ab-ut v*i biacat M*r ou U\c Iwll *im when in unifonn
    hX *Uo u.i. *v*ru4 3;v.>-! uolU ail Nky. ImVI and Uui
    uiUI all. 1 in. (uoual ol Hi UU ^kucst> drum* shall b covcrvxl
    -. -1.(1 l>a*k HM aaVfcU U' a\UUJ( CrOlU laW kap uf lC
    fuk>ur .ufl ui .ul*uu> -^.U Iiojii ttat- bUudwa sU* -ud liuaiyetj
    ui evk>.-
    I'llM.M WHS
    RKAL hSTATK
    AVONUAU
    lltiltrtuwn. wlU
    n BalMN, i>
    LIVESTOCK
    ua> Aiiii\ Mil H I>.""i
    TWO IUI>LNC I1UHSI-.S
    NOTICK
    I : lli.HI.HV nmn Ihit 11 la lb* lr
    I.mIM.. .4 U Vaatry M !* I.-Ji <
    "..... Phil* b i-r b, 1.. miiud ir.l
    U 1 lb LattkdMUf* 0* Id- li '''
    a 11 .1 luibotiaau iha Mad V<
    U> I*. a .-ir In lh<- yr( IW aim
    ih- pUr.
    poa> of MaMM 1
    IMJ CltS in ' l '-Kb
    tapi'iulad b.
    Bwmhlp* al any fir-i ai-rar
    Kbool lor chlklrra uf uajUhanit-ti .
    . irnajd cltiulliifH and. .
    bi A BUI aulhorliinl In* aald
    Vattar b> mU ,h pare*I o4 land
    *L%K lh bulldiiiB' IMMOTI knon
    ... TU* UOUUor, HoapP^I
    1 .WIINQTUN MALV
    -..1 I ., I llrf VHI|'
    Pblllp

    in recd frrmrr.
    * m j mm t: d
    n Dolly
    1
    nanU b>l>Hii ! am. an*
    "" ''- "** BuB*"
    .'l T iVUikbk. or*'*. -al
    1 Ho*. Jama, llmi, Bnddalown.
    oBdHdtl
    . - 3 J n
    HOUST AMI LAM
    I., U. M.>iik. S.lvf Sainla.
    n aw>i
    AprJaacaOofU -irr mvilvd (or tbs post o< Svrlary ja Truurtr
    of the Governing Borly of the** Schools.
    The pom U part Urue and if>-pMioibW. The **Ury > *'((0
    per innum payable monthly (Coat of Living allowance will not be
    given l
    Detail* of the work involved can be obulodd on application t.
    the undersigned. Applications with rofcMOctn muat be wmt to tb.*
    tiairman on or be'ur>- the 201h instant and the successful applicant
    111 be required to assume duties on tbe 1st March. 1B52
    GEORGE B EVELYN.
    CbaUrman.
    Dumfries,
    St. Michael.
    XJ.tl Tn.
    11

    MKC'IIAMCAL
    -INf.l

    M. .. ..
    , Willlama
    MM binaafht 11
    n"iMi'.
    D-AMsril
    WANTKII
    BU
    S u TUN LANK TMAtLCRn Inunrd
    ... ill.,Ua -lib Of -IH I
    \. I.. iU| conalrufUd ami
    I14I1I v>ut* in mm Tfanapofl prublffiii
    " Mis Cuutmy Uaiasa
    1 S Un
    dw,l
    1 Rill 1
    NOTUI.
    11 in.ii ii <
    nf th.. I'AJUMI
    to rauja- b. i- ntn
    1 tatHi.ii
    IM Haibau Flro Irvaur-
    &Ujrt>i - In tiBipany LM.
    r aaHtvf -.Tl I* rl up to* aaki by
    I mir^CdHM jyaj
    11,,'n,- .
    i.ini
    UM
    1 L.-.l (iiiD'.nliiii b\
    dmr-aaurrrnmt 7.SM ! fl .l-t >* Ihr
    land* Bf lka> plarr r.illrd StartHHixiSb
    1 r YEARWOOD a HOVC.
    log, ,t,.r-
    112 n
    SA-.1 *>l!fl -n..l..I .1 K-n.iiufliM.
    SV* ILuad 'Mr S'onUball* EndJ M
    i.OM i .arr f lantf
    The hauM roniamn open vattdaps en
    I.O ml..
    ' 1.......
    1 *!. fax
    NOTICE
    Applications art invited bj the Water Cesninisaaon. Jamaica,
    a post uf Temporary Civil Engineer.
    The peat la temporary and i)*"*-|r*"Tl*"'"*''tT and rarriw a saiaiJ 1
    scale of 795 by 25 to 920 per annum. Point of entry Into UV
    scale will be determined by experience and qualification. Holder
    may be required to keep a motor vehicle toe the performance ol hi.
    duties in which case he will be eligible for a travelling allowance in;
    accordance with the Commission's rates.
    Appolntment will be on probation for one year at the end <.f 1
    which period 11 may be extended M the Commission's discretion.
    ApplicunU should bo between 30 and 45 years of age. and must
    hive had satisfactory experience in Water Works Engineering, induct-
    Ltaf the construction of small dams and intake works, tunnelling, the-
    laying of large diameter steel and cast iron mains and reservoir con-
    nruclion. Working knowledge of land surveying and general build-
    ing work, including quantity surveying and estimating also essentlaV
    t well as administrative experience.
    Applications. accompanied by references from Arms or depart-
    _jnts tn which experience has been gained should be submitted to
    the Chief Engineer. Waterworks Department, Barbados by the 16."
    of February. 1952, clearly marked 'Application for post of Civil Engin-
    eer. Water Commission. Jamaica.'
    2.2.52411.
    -Olfll M AITA1IA AND l" ...._.
    tlAIAMD t-IKf LTD | ^>>-pnv>-a-a-%'-'a^OQSpS>a>Sjap^
    % 9 TIXOA la at hadaUad to sail taoSB
    /tWLi.cl. labiuar- 1Mb. M>lbOunva I <*>
    r:.ar> Skid. Sidnr. Fptoruary MUX Bru-
    ban Uarrti Bth ariHia. al Trinidad
    about April Bth and Barbado* about
    April 11*
    la addlM la fanaral rarao tht* aal ha. ampkr apa.a tar aalilad aad hard
    Cargo anvptad oas through. Mil* oS
    laMMni '<" lianJilpinrnl at Tiln-lad lo
    PsjepaTU i
    * IUbA,
    t wt
    U v "CLARA" *IU acaaat
    Bakankaa. Sailing on tne 1Mb
    N I i uUBllSaV' will aartet
    (or D'"b"-
    k>4. Aiiticu.i
    XL SU1U Sallllia 1Mb IHI
    U V U.VtHWcx>0 anil aceart
    rargo aud Paaariiarni lor f. Lucia.
    SI. Vlr-*nl. aada a Aruaa
    DdU ol dapartur* b u* noMAdd.
    B W I acUOOUEMI OWNBatB
    AJaSOClATION iLKCi
    Caasaraaa Tata No. M1
    ^^^ SttanMp Co.
    UEI'ARTMkNT ( KUI'CATION
    HARHAIHIS eVENINO 1NST1T1TK
    draalns and
    klVhan.
    ithe naa> < tl
    -al'l u-rlah Ot C"hrl-t............,..-.. -. -.----------------T.~~jni
    "* *** arrvant* raoaaa as !.,_
    .aid 1-r.al of UM Ik* M Ibr .-ll P-SSMrtlan,rMW day lasrrpt BUfUhU
    ncACl-iUl S
    Wharl ar Haatl
    Kraib* AvTlU
    - ii...
    i Uaivi II
    Atwarni
    IK,. K . I
    PEMAI.F HL'TI ill:
    raora. prp,
    AppV
    i .
    "lyWMAL LAlTiDllV MAID App y
    alflt^Pl \aln' psvusoa. ttaj*jns> (i
    mi i ri.i.Asmrs

    3L:CKS
    ,..._l. I '

    h EIWONAL


    ei<
    .
    Hiidit" Oap. I
    SB* brrrtt

    .... -.-


    -
    MISCELLANEOUS

    nurd by Maaar-\-Harfi> Jual
    In in.- applK..iion af your frr
    OmI 4aia
    ii |Hsi m
    u STuata
    II.IA "i 1 !
    VLVANIKKO Htm A llmllrd
    <. it- Ha". *M. "
    ly.a t.i Tel
    falaaaou* MM
    J ? M Ml
    t tka uutda af IM aald alara
    callad Brartooraush"
    Dalad thi. Ilth dav of Frt""
    vfaiiwoou a BOTC*
    U !
    ciuiat rnuna
    I.1VJLOR LICENSE NOTICK
    in -I Friday In* ISth
    r.br.11,1* nip" al tha afSa-a of tha
    awnttnad
    iOTON A. SSALV
    SaaV, i. i
    lAtra* Itratt.
    I St- In
    Mil
    cm
    tag

    AUCTION
    Spirit... M-ii l-iq.io. .i
    floor Of Comn Bl"rr. (Vfnai ... -.n
    ,(nJ Ti.if.iHar Rrasl
    I>..d am Faarua*.. !
    r,. a ii An Itohpr M.u|i't'-i.' " I
    ATai-DV.^ A i.KM I
    pr C KINO!.
    Appln
    TSi. appli.
    mm
    I KriHllig Cm
    Court.. DUirMt
    Ftbriurt. ISM.
    At POhM
    Ot .-x i
    , bald j
    rag
    I V..II oatar for aala an TUXBDAV 1ib.
    . I .,. .1 IIIM>Slll*
    I
    I 1....... "'-
    , X I .
    inlad *'' i
    nf foi II-
    1 -t Mc KeasM a.a.n-3M
    UNDER THE IVORY HAMMER
    jti -
    I
    iv.i OaWaM
    ivy di.u ;;r nki"
    niil kss IMaVJ
    I lalt
    IXA: r
    li
    i
    uilfarm qu.ilily It raroa
    -arid. *hK
    ..-
    nn A .....b IllBSSI ..( iha
    -Ml popular paskagaa eagW h naw >
    .* nai.a. af >mk svacar
    It 1 atu
    of rabruary.
    -Irtum all lb..i
    ul land .alkrd .
    rta
    BJ| klBJ l'uir..ii Frrd m
    101b U,U and upaaid. u
    l'bi.np 111) If
    HOAP: Ivory a. Canary Soap. Fraab
    Sash al B-ura Wr.lbrrhaad Ud
    II SaSn
    sThaw MATS] ao.. ch Nk kv.i>
    , t;.i yours -I
    illAM likWB, fr. Wm Hy Mraat.
    IS 1 IS- 3-
    '
    h.i msp
    Ml.....I I
    '. ",W..'i
    rassd
    1
    I S\r-iTMINT OF
    11 MTV

    :'.,
    fU'.tV .IA'-WM
    TO-DAYS NFWS Fl W
    .Ml IM
    pcfarrr) i
    is M''-
    losusi
    >oaVSa> - u ^
    ( i MB* M wn.L IU
    .\ I i i

    i .1-1 V #1

    v. -i bvaoin "r
    wmi a
    IVF-HV THACTUH KAKI-N -
    tiHabia (..r i. ..i !!<
    \ SL-aaay-UartU piowktt Pial Court<'*>
    LJUI OK UCENSE NOTICE
    . n K.,,,1 A..t-.
    tganl o< .v..ii sii.i-1 OU1,
    t birtlviu lluu, al i-.io"--
    K lii I li UlrM. f
    a g t.riirrmi. Kaq.
    U-SUtrata. Ulat A
    aqrned I wouhkll
    f.^ Ai |
    aul ba eo*i
    m-oil al a Ucaataliis OpM/t to bt tw
    ii oi rabruary. ISU. al I
    O aV OSUFITni.
    Aa Porlca MaSHIrata. l>t A'
    11 ui hi mi Log
    AHJHVAt-4
    dioMrfw ktaras Kaaitaili
    ,. Hoiiiiiu.
    m Alma Plantar, a.eii u
    ,- p-KaaH fto. at. lauu
    14 Taroma Btar ^Bfl torn n
    r. frutii Llvarpool
    I'..;,.
    *" u. ,.,--.._, naatwarl Irom Ms
    "" .i7i i>i
    0 B i.KUTlTH.
    --------K^A-
    OFFICIAL NOTICE
    UNDER TUB SILVER
    II.MMFR
    Ulh h. ..nlcr
    niu- *
    ,Av^ Kam^Kv^ .i -^r^ZmH:
    iSqiiilakl' JarlaSlrllaai
    >R MO.NTWtsr.
    i lira
    -
    "Bbt
    thr Ud> <1
    ,il.|...
    parlsta
    dan
    i I
    il cimlaiiiins bv aaUmalton '
    IharaabouU ab.iltliiii and l-.....SaM at
    th.w *id-a on land, ol PiClH
    allnn and on Ihr IMblu- Kaud or Hov.
    vrr rl*r Uu> aiinr u.
    .^viliai -tli inr n.raauai- oi a- "In i.
    MIBj Ui'i.^.1 -fi-N a.,d aMIl
    nd bains alih u>- w'-
    Hiii'K brloo- ma nn arcounl ol Ihut 'aul
    claim* with Ihrir itneaa-.
    _. Tttd.. I -*' '
    hour, of 11 inaani and J <
    anarnooa. al tha OfHcr nt ina Clark ea
    tha Aaalalaiil Couil ol Aparal al Uir
    . .,, Ha Bstdgaia-ea keb u mm'
    i'a ul Apnl. IMS. In aaaVv
    uuna mu* r-r i..niao aaca
    n*aara ami priority than-'' "
    *ril Chair* all
    Baakeaaa *i"'
    , ... Clock.
    '.,ii..- Srttr* mil Cradl
    pnkrr T..bla.
    ,G*C RadM. HiMi Chair-.
    f.rpat and Bus OL. Ware Tea
    I.....A Mahnf Bad*)
    'ii'lna and n**l> glaap Mattrr**, lady i
    Double M..d Mahod Pt-M
    I |.i.i Mliiora. t-adar
    | '
    .i i '
    K .hen Table.; i>ara and Bow
    >ck Bloai Tarahi !* afawar. Fubim
    i Hods. Hoaa; Wbaal ariow;
    l

    Ciard-n Banchra. Hans
    nails Hou-

    BRANI'-.R TKOTMAN CO.
    be considered for entry to beginner
    NEW VOKK SKHVICK
    TrrkaKal Claases
    (a) Applications will
    classes in:
    (I) Internal Combustion Engineering
    (ii) Electricity.
    These clusaes will be preparing for examinations of the City
    and Guilds of London Institute.
    "(b> The present Junior CUssea will contmue as Senior Claases
    A few new students may be admitted, provided that then-
    knowledge of the subject concerned and general education
    t* of a satisfactory standard.
    in The Classes will be held at Ktchmond House. Si. Laonard's
    School, and will commence m May 1952.
    (4) There will be two lectures a week of two hours in each
    subject.
    () Applicants must be over 15 years of ge on 1st May 1852.
    (fj Selection for the Classes will be made according to general
    educational attainment, preference will be given to applicants
    possessing a School Certiflcato or Its equivalent. Consideration
    will however bo given to applicants wiih practical workshop
    experience, plus a good elementary school record, endorsed
    by the applicant's former Head or other Senior teacher.
    ir> A fee of S5.(H> per term, payable during the first week of the.___
    ti in. covers all subjects tnken. Failure to pay the fee al the
    tuna slated may lead to the exclusion of the student. 80% j
    of the fees paid will be refunded at the end of tbe session to| "y
    all students who have. In the opinion of the Principal, Dean,|a .
    and Lecturers, worked satUfactor ily. and attended regularly I ^_
    nnrt punctually.
    ' li i Studeiit-s will be required to supply their own stationery and ,
    text-books as required by the Lecturers.
    Applicants must obtain from the office of the Department of j
    Education applicaTUon forms, which must be tilled in and for- .
    warded to the Dean of Technical Studies, the Barbados Eve- I
    ning Institute, at the office of the Department not later than
    Saturday. 1st March. ISM. No ;tpulicjtin. wit] be enter-
    tained after thai date.
    Department of Education.
    23rd January. 1952.
    28.1.52-2n.
    NEW OBUSANS UK VICE
    UBXrlATOIV v..lll MHh Jan irnvn Barb-w.
    alia Lliti r>b amvea Burhaaea MBS Fl
    CANADIAN SMVH.K
    .ui imiiiii MB
    Maasa al Sh.p
    "ALCOA PURITAN"
    -ALCOA PlOnrfJOV-
    Ala-OA J'lANTTJI"
    lasyassj wm
    January Mth ivi i ...* aih
    rabruary lab rM urn Ms
    ,\hu..,r. h*oi
    Marti. th March Mlh
    March Urd April and
    mill! I: I TBUM LTD. NCK T0E AND OU1* HianC
    ll'l'll- IH COMA a CO. I.TD-CANADIAH *EVI<-
    SAGUENAY TERMINALS
    CANAOIAN SERVICE
    From SI. John and Halifax. N.S.
    strati
    'A ll.M.I...
    UNDIAI
    Kaaraod Arr >*
    1 lab.i H.Ml.t Hat aaidi't* n-ii..*
    Jan. 4 PeO. IT Pabruary
    It Fall IS Feb. S March
    aj pal M tab. III March
    IS March J Apnl
    II
    UNITED KINGDOM SERVICE
    FROM SWANSEA, LIVERPOOL AND GLASGOW
    l .p..i-il Adli >l
    ........ LIt,.,I OU.I.W D.I.. M.l.,.1.--
    UNITED KINGDOM AND CONTINENTAL SERVICE
    -sassF
    lipaclad Arrlra
    '.rip It.Urrdaaa landan Dalt* in i.l*.l..-: Il.-li.4i..
    IS Jan. 4 Fab
    Fab li Fab li P.*
    Wc a
    in town for .... \
    BM I

    .I Ibr ...id I oun on Wadbr-d
    u- JOtn day al April. IM. al I-
    ajB -l.-n tti-n ..'
    larikad ^
    Olvan under no hand th.
    rrbruary. ISM.
    As CUrtk ol
    | %V/'*V*V/*V*V**aV'/f0*ft.i
    \ OtlK AOENTS arc ruaklnr I
    ,* and anoie by lakms ardor. *a *
    { 1'araon.I Cbrkdas-a OraaUne C^* >
    , r_ r_ laauaat. ^
    OFFICIAL SALE
    i UagaMlpR
    IS INI XHM^I Wl < "I SI Oi
    ipri \i
    .|U(ill.alr I !.(.....'
    i.l BAM MilNTIMsr '
    \ \ WAN KpANTI



    rill i
    . I, M.
    I IB.

    . i .ii-.i M
    EXuIBlTION
    AT
    BARBADOS
    afU9tTJM
    Wl-l INDIAN
    PAINTINGS
    By i:mi.i i i J. MAC LEOIl \
    and
    ii w mt:k
    I ol OCR
    I'Uure Drawings of
    West Indian Sublecto
    '< II Mini n OONNafl '
    -n C MARCH B
    . ii m.6 p.m.
    SHI.
    KNOWS
    .< i] I noon d

    I
    foimarlT part af Ik.

    M lorn.
    i Snowiooai. Bay ft
    ORIENTAL
    SOUVENIRS
    SILKS curios ARTS
    vrN-nnMOK bed At.
    | JOYERIAS T ARTIBTtCAS
    UKIOKLDAnES, TRAIOOH
    JS la nrni*. CHINA r
    KJtTTO
    THANl'S
    Pr. Wm. Hry. St.. Dial 34H
    MM a BaaOlUul
    e Samplt RaoS <" I*91 "
    muraa AgariU Wr.la today
    paid
    Dapl Victor.*
    'ration. RnSland.
    !
    .,..,-,-,,,,,,,,,,,,,,.
    Mr
    hit mat abut
    Ilia mawuaa.-

    1
    i t.-fiii-i ".I
    irlll.i. I"
    ,l .i.i,m and bans
    .nt-aa. and il not ihai> aald
    .....part) -ill br -I .* foi tale
    MiLiMMg Friday between Iha u
    .Mil the M">t- i- said lor .i tun
    IBM i4M U
    Ditrt UU. I"i *'
    r C TA1MA.
    A Ct-tk *
    "',.'. t "Al

    till the cheapest plac<
    VAI.V.l.WSEO SHEETS
    Recent sbipnient includes . .
    24 and 30 gauge
    CENTRAL IMIMMIU l
    Corner Prond (. Tudor Streets
    ---*-*.-.-.' ^'^^v//.v/AV//AV//XA'/rVV///-V.W.W-
    , -*.--'---'---'----.',*.*---v-^*-'a'^.'---'--.-.'-v-,---,-.-,v**----'-'.-.'-*''-*---v--;-
    Ol H
    CROP-TIME SALE
    IS ltlll\t,l\t. I III Ml \IHH S
    HESPttXSE
    \ .. :,i.: fLANTAHONS LIMITED Phone 4701
    IIOIH III TUO.1l lltSI i i:i
    niMiinr- ill li him. I mil l; BROAD STREET
    PaMrnirr ,Im *frnl* lor:
    11.1.^ I ui ..I Airline.. B.O.A.C mil B.W I.A.
    ALCOA STEAMSHIP COMPANY
    Trl.phonr No. 4IH
    rS**A.
    l.-t ol
    . L Tha
    lata
    Rarkt for Towala.
    Ihoe*. Mat. .md Hooka- Tablet
    for Din."*. Kilchrn. ftaMW
    Fauci I Hide-
    f,.r China.
    Kilrhen *- **T"?
    ROOM TORN .TURK
    Tub and .'I
    riam,l H
    T>pe-
    m%AMD I'KAM
    I L.S.WILSON
    ** J. -|.v sTKJtt.T D1AL4UM. 0
    C lieval and
    a IS
    l'i,....
    ICE CREAM
    PARLOUR
    I OH SALE
    Tl Ice Cream Pcrlour
    The Carib situate
    .it Baxter's Road Is a goins*
    coracerv. It u properly equip-
    |i,..i with Rffiigcrators and
    Deep IVMS, and gas ^
    laid ID. Gootl opporlumly >
    ui cnU'i pitting man ot
    sriMMM Apply ai Mhldl"-
    Street Puinlture Depot
    Dial 2*45.
    I These and other thousands know that 8
    I Ihe prices Reductions in this Sale is ^
    i i i

    ?!
    I
    ..imiiiiiiiin $
    ;-.-.. .,;::::i.:: ..---'' ''''', J
    t A New Re-Diffusion HntaHcaul
    I "ECHOES OF HEAVEN"
    Commencing TO NIGHT & continuing S,
    Tuesdays and Thursdays.
    tl.tIO p. in.
    FUNDAMENTAL BAPTIST
    no
    are
    Sham. Genuine
    the order
    and
    Big Reductions
    of tha day TO-DAY j
    EVERYDAY at
    III AM I IIII OS.
    Wm. Henry & Swan St*. Dial 3466
    IX O TIC1
    -------- |
    Due to the arrival of the Tourist Ship j
    "LIBERTE" we shall remain open j;
    on SATURDAY 16th until 4 p.m. and J
    close at 12 noon on THURSDAY 14th. |
    AW,W.'.W.W.V.
    : tV. II. HI TtHIXSO.X A (m LTB.
    nonntx imess shom>e
    TIME
    Undet" Auspices
    II
    Churches ol Barbado*
    ,.:*:: '.'.:..:.....*.;. *-*,*,*-*-*.'-*-*-*,*.*.*,*- '-*,'-'.*.'**-*- '.---.*.*--
    MILEAGE. SAFETY. ECONOMY' ATLAS TIRES
    THE LIFE YOU SAVE MAY
    YOUR OWN DRIVE SAFELY


    II l-mi i EBBI nil 12. iMi
    HARBAi'i.v ADVOCATE
    i'\r.l HENRV
    BY CARL ANDERSON
    'LINT Of THE FLYING SQUAD ....
    BY ALAN STRANKS ft GEORGE DAVIFS
    BLONJIE
    CHIC YOUNG
    OMG C*l.
    SIT UP--SK3W
    MP D.ThEPS
    K>H NiC M3J
    " CAN SIT UP
    FLASH GORDON
    BY DAN BARRY
    RIP K1RT
    Bf ALEX RAYMOND
    ,.5'AflCw* v. S2E ro ^ '.t G3i.i^
    <'*. C.CE vOuS CACE) SOUNDS-. I E
    RED, Mi l. NEvgQ _w,aiAi<,ST SO.'/l
    T-5eFEENir^^^i,___^ffl
    THF PHA>.
    BY LEE FALK a RAY MOORES
    an
    THERE'S DANGER
    IN THIS WORM
    poultry jiiiI pool pfOdumJOP Hi ihc layers
    1 u.iimeni with Thcnovis* a the suicm
    i\ ol proem mi; worm int'cMation
    T'hcnoviv' i. nude in powder torm fi
    mixing with the math
    Order t'ruiti pM| t.hcmiM or Agri-
    cultural Merchant
    IIM\M> I'll! NOI III \/IM
    DISPERSIB1.K POWDER
    mid cfdwuiBi b luunicv in
    elf, but it otk-ii tcta iv .1 "confer1 of
    .I cmcoI worm Md mood*
    OOGC tht-ao OfSMgp P*nn inlo -i
    MtfaWli l*MJ T.iputlv develop.
    ui to undviftioni m braalag
    k'HENOVIS'
    An I. C. I. Product
    "PHENO IS"
    BRAND PIIENOTi i:\ZINE
    , if TKAJtS A lUolKIli
    S. & S. RUM
    IWvaua* of )l>
    | MELLOW FLAVOUR
    AMI
    COOL DRINK
    Mended ..mi Bottled
    STUART & SAMPSON
    (1938) LTD.

    oeeo aooooooooo>ao**i ft*. *
    J \\ e have just
    Received
    I ln> Hum I'udrilna
    \ ..-. i. .1 HtkCulU
    Crvtttn CtMfcin
    .. P* NttU
    .. 1'. i rv PMchN. Oripw
    nd Pineapple*
    SoupM
    . MUM|fl
    _ Cffre
    Shell Almond- I Retail I
    I'him. Mixed t mil
    K*Uli.a Currant*. Prune* A
    Mixed feel
    I .1.1. t. Hi.- lama, Table
    IliilUr
    lina Oranie. Grapefruit.
    O. O. P. Juleca
    l.unrneon Beef. Ro**t Bef vj
    IVj ipkc Upton-. Horn I \
    nun* Typhoo, Red Rooei 5
    .....i (Ft** Peter'a Round '
    Tree*)
    INCE & CO.
    Ill, lilllHKh HT.
    -.--*.*.*.*.*.-.'.-.- - -
    IT PAYS YOU TO DEAL HERE
    SPECIAL offers to all Cash and Credit Customers for Monday to Wednesday only
    |

    Cl III. (II t I IIS lira- mm i.ti.ili.hl.' al nur llri.ni in s I .....Ui.'
    N|t'.|(l.lftt*w ii ua.cl Shhii Siihi
    Usually Now U.u.lls now
    ESCAR | .........87 .HI ''""" VEOETABLESAI.AH
    ra ...................36 .:u w"'iVI,viMi""' * **
    Tins KIG JAM ............52 .411
    imam huts ho lm vk*"'" *'SW,:|:T n,si l l1s *
    . SAUSAGES 4-01 3 M BKKTS and CARKUTKMt I* ................... Of
    D. V. SCOTT & Co. Ltd. Broad Street
    I II I f O L O A A A II I (. II l> I I it I i N
    ol* tin if tifj<>.
    1lu> pruttiettl
    ca it us
    in iinvn
    *" Just in time...
    to put you right
    for that special
    occasion.
    ADVOCATE
    STATIONERY
    Broad Street & Greystone Shop. Hastings


    PACK EIGHT
    I! Mill \I.ii-. ADMK'ATE
    Tl'ESDAV. FEBKl'ARY 12. 1M
    Seventy-five Entered For March Meeting
    An Intercolonial Flavour
    75 horses look entry of the Barbados Turf Club annua
    March meeting wtW the meviunt ai this time of the year and also ties with the
    previous record established at ihe August meeting last
    Sar.
    kt Barbados u fait becoming Jour, 8Sweet Rocket. 9 De-
    j centre of racing for the Wind* mure. 10 Vaimcvii. i: PI
    ward and Lecw ird isinnda of the Dragon.
    J^uer Antllla* Waiarmrhaaiieti by BACE NO. ISSI-BIN*. HAN.
    .he fat- that hones from AnUjiua, D1CAP St Kim. St. Lucia. St. Vincent flicuxcc. 2Ttberlan Lady, 8
    Kd Trinidad were all on the list. Arunda. 4Topsy. 5Dotdnim,
    ere are tome very hijm numbrtl fr Lmiways, 7-I>*ihing Prin-
    S1S?dJ? Lead Navy Lose Hockey
    B.G. By 198 J
    Rung
    Match
    I ,

    entered both in B and C iU. and
    in the Igth and list race* on the- Bow
    tttrd day ftelda of 17 and 19 RACE NO. 1BBIIM.t.TOWS
    respect iv el \ orv due to start. These HANDICAP (r\ 1-y.e,. S^ fr.t
    numbars, it is hoped will dwindle IApronuak, 2~May Day. I
    bj. the actual day of racing as it Cardinal. 4Cavalier, 5Seed-
    Is hardly to be expected Uiat the Ung. gRambler Rose, 7Co-
    track at the Garrison will be able Jumbiu. 8 March Winds. 9
    to ;iccommudata auch quant it n-* gunlna, 10First Admiral, 11
    11w feature rate, the Bartudos Caprice.
    Guineas, attracted a field of 11. of RACE NO 17B.TX'. 1IAN-
    which Hon. J. D. Chandler's tilly gUAr (A B enlj. 9 far.)
    Dunquerque is expected to start ]$ Budget. 2Embers. 1
    favourite Second favourite will u,vw Sprite, 4Notomte. 5Re-
    be Mr. Cyril Barnard', guiding, .,, gLandmark. 1
    Cavalier, and other* who ara COH- g_Gun Site. 9 Furlady. in
    ceded a ciiance are Cardinal >nd Hil[T ,,,.,.,.,,
    Suntns.
    The Barbados Turf Ctul. S(ak- xhird Day. Saturday,
    for the top clans received an entry March Hlh
    1* 1 b A^JL ^T* wHS^*' *" N ItMARCH HAN-
    ways. 9 Firelady, 10^Dashing blr. left
    Sprite, 13Topay.
    Barbadoa defeated a team from
    |-'iI(T.OF-SC*in"p-k"~;i theHM.S I*evonshire 4 goal* to
    S^S SSSSSbH oL/^^'E^EdSrM,^:
    aim ITIIU- __ o._mj-. m,.u,. .
    1 I ween British Guian
    i esM aesti
    The taanu were .
    Devon*mrr : Slum Mm 1'arbury, Parsons. Wemyss,
    Archer. Tyler. HoUigan. Jain,
    I'carae and Grewal.
    O Hill, G. Hill.
    Taylor. G. Jones, Kcll.
    India Wins Last
    Test }fatch
    MADRAS. India, Feb II,
    India on Sunday tcored h-i lii-I
    victory in an official cricket T< *l
    match defe-iium England d\ an
    inning and eight runs with a day
    ii the lifth and final Ii-
    tcjrnatlunal Test here to-day.
    The series finished lev**, ea<-h
    aide aessring one vtetery and draw-
    ing the other three matches Eng-
    i )Utt saved Uw M-
    aaaasxl rot I > rossuM
    Watercress, Cross (ltltt ., Queen's Pa^rk OvaT tnd lur Barbadoa. Holligan and Jain D. Yearwuod. K Craney. D. Giant. Second Innings England made 2
    innlllp- and R in he, F...1 Inmiia*. but India l<-
    plied with 457 run-, for nine
    11 wteketa declared. India's crack
    legspm bowler. Vinoo Mankad. i t
    four EnKh-h batsmen out at the
    funs when Wieht Dm^"*' Oevoruhl.,-S defeat.
    bat with a pulled leg ""'>' pl.,v<* a.."_ood ."*. *."
    Muscle played a great flphtmi;
    foi twenty.nine runs.
    British Guiana, 82 for two
    Andrews.
    iKln r.ilyin* to Trinidad'* 36"
    ckbooe of their bnttina
    l efnre lunch and were all out at
    4.20 p.m.
    Camacho top scored with
    M, his llrsi fifty ever in Inter-
    i otoBatl cricket which he has been
    playing for eight
    . Skeete amastied Brilish
    Guiana's batting with good length
    ajiara and googliea and
    claimed a ban of fourPersaud.
    Mc Watt. Palmr, Camacho for 44
    runs In 21 Off i
    m n py
    ly the little t-xtra that Ui
    Barbadoa players put in at times
    which won the game for them
    Barbadoa got their first goal
    i about 20 minute of
    ggfl row thcv had been
    managing to get the game eon-
    iii their opponent'
    area. Th Devonshire goalkeeper
    had been kept hard at work, doing
    i> good job of saving, but on ihls
    i (.canon, he had merely hit that
    ball lustily out of their aren when
    the Barbados right winger >*xuck.
    Ladies Beat
    Cadets At
    Water Polo
    , In Ihc two W.ict Polo nuld
    ...HI .Uokr t* ,d Ih. bill to P1""1 "' Aqu.110 Club >
    coat of 83 runs, to-day, bringing
    his figures for the match to 12
    wickets for 108 .tcla
    yes-
    heitevitle Lawn
    Tennis Results
    Yesterdnys Results
    I ..h.-. Doable* Finals.
    MB
    D Wood
    nd Mn
    Following are the entries
    each race, with the Marling mi
    bera a* determined by the ofhi
    ?! which took place at ".
    lub's ofnee after the entr hH D'-K-". 'i-Yasm,
    been announced.
    First Day
    are No. 1. Oarrt*
    * SSTd^SS^ 3lr.ndr a
    .,. mS&Srti - w the signal "^5 ^""t-X^itoS &
    n.shed 'with six w.k N players to pUy J^,^!-^ 1^^^!^ IM
    ,hem while Sydney I Hmed.ately they swept s^hV diS m$& SeT-We, had
    le, spmne, though down w.th good passes, hard- , lifht n.n| fur nthn,ll
    " ,'f^lVm '""uccessful kept the pa\ illon end h'Uing rul neat tapi when T|u. Cjdell lu ^ in h j^.
    14-Fly.n* .ale.l in lOBg bowl,,,* apaiU. nei-ew. i ^"""lO * ter |-.rf.*manee than on Saturday
    ,, 18-Land- Trinidad batting again scored 59 stayed off by a good save from wnen ,hry , 40 to the ladM
    rk. 17 -Fuss Budget Idni in an hour. 11.11 in bars but a quick follow For y,c ,adt p,^ pitcher
    BACE NO. 19BOWBING Asgarali was on lop from the up by Holhgan found him un- ^on^ |Wjcc anj Aru, EcKsleln
    MEMORIAL HANDICAP ID. 1,,,, with beautiful shots, but ready and the Bam,, was now oncc Thp tWK, cmArt goal> were
    jRUkeslB Mr.) | Dunquerqua. 2Apollo
    , '.'I r"r-'-|k,|,e Surprise, JZM u.v. 4-Sary Ann. S
    Fudget, a Slainte. 6 Biver * gUaher
    tertte, T-Rgd Cheeks g Flytog BACK NO.' 28-ST. ANN'S
    Dragon. 9 Demure l.l U,.d- HANDICAP tG. 7J fsw.)-l
    *j- -- at a, .#. Betsam. 2Vonwise. 3Cottage.
    H . M ,T dr" .*krV,C -Twinkle. 5-Joan's SUr. 6
    r? M*'aM '"T1- Pisdcm. 7-Condcvon. 8-Bill>
    l^iSmi?!S?r l"*7"0.^*' fey. (^Hosette. 10-Blue D.a-
    twrSSreit Siu-I, P-Ahu" Ah! m'-^.'1 SVi,-li*W YEA.
    ^S-SS Gaya/i't^^h %l.r5S2g$'*-ZZ T- i
    Flutter. 14 -Fllle ryiran. t a^ArSi'du 7-WaujT *"*
    Baee No. 3-Chebe. taha* (F. ToDl>-
    II Far.i 1Walerbelle, 2Jolly
    Miller, 3Sunlna, 4 Sunbjram,
    .''Caprice. 8 March Winds. 7
    Clementina. 8 Miss Friendship,
    9^First Admiral, 10Rambler
    Rose, 11April Flowers.
    Baee No. 4 Barbed** Galneas
    <1J Far.l1Cavalier, 2March
    Patterson beat Miss M. King arih
    Miss E. Worme. 82. 48, 62.
    Men's Singles unfinished.
    Today's Match**
    M 1 i V A
    lleuiaiiun Scr. vs Mr. and Mn. I
    I I Worme.40

    hough there were
    missed.
    kimiiui i-> isiwmpa
    an it nonwoa
    | ,,l h nrtiiBilrn
    fllhh. < A**nll F""le
    nuiinck ' Demaune
    Topsy, 6Arundi
    -Doluium. 9Sweet
    RoeswC 10Aim Low. 11Tibe-
    >ii Lady, 12Abu Ah. 13--
    French Flutter. 14-Lunways.
    ISTest Match, 16The Thing.
    17Devil's Sympathy. 18 Magic
    Gayc, 19Castle in the An.
    Wind,, 3 Fir.l Admiral. ",t '" ? " .IW "Si i r-a,
    Srcdlint. 7May Day, 8 Auro- Sumiui. iCanlmal. i-Maini. ,..,
    *a~ N.. S-B.T.C:. KUka. (A Caprlre. 11-R.mbler Row. *
    V FurlI -l.in.lm.uk, 2Rlv
    I liuillan who win. hlobbad In aqual it , (pv iMrey and Hall.
    I,.. lint iniiln- look half in hour At ball inn,. Uir >cora wai lllll The ond gam.. a. much
    In et off Uw marh. ri each faster than the first Barbadot
    M> wilh-ut loot. Barbadn, soucad a iniiiule aflOT wored five tuala In the flrrt half.
    i Once the oeKlnning of the second half.
    .. ,(,,. bowV forward iiiananed to The Navy, whole learn WM
    men hard battle to let runa. acuttle the ua" lo his team motlly codeu UapmnM afUrr lh'
    l be 1'ielilinii all day WM lond nl- fellow, and Andrews who ro- mtorval and conceded only two
    ed a long pass, aftor t.piHng goaU during the aecond ~riial.
    tne ball into position, look a Th. Navy s Captain Guy Howling
    hard, swiping, but accurate shot gv a good aceouot of hlmnelf
    lo put Barbados in the lead again ";c''vln ef*. >bPP"'t from K.
    Another aUen.pl was reoeatxl. Maehm Howling was Navy back-
    one bnmd th,. rvvun- "trolte .nampion for 1B51 weieu he
    ready. ".''' ffi? Rcy" """' Collcc'
    The delcrmirtalion the Devon- Hartmoutb.
    . ,n jSy&gS ngf^ajt Browne ,
    Barbados playci^ from penetra-
    Uni their area and a few minutes
    .t this gave them the advantage.
    Barbados took the aggressive in
    . .,( the game and
    ....sitionen himself well
    , ... ti .. <:.
    lie name was now 32,
    Barbados leading.
    "i fore the
    tntk i> m-nminu **
    s
    Total
    BOWLBHi ANALYSIS
    Sprite, 3 Slainte. 4 Flying
    Dragon, 5Gun Site, 6Embers.
    7Harroween. 8 Firelady. f
    Rebate, 10Notonlie.
    Race No. 8 Rprlng Stahea
    fjfj winners, 1>^ far.. ISweet
    IVcket, 2 -I>oldrum, 3Wuter-
    cresa, i
    ways,
    Flieuxce, 8Arunda, 8Topsy.
    Mai i
    Foretops Win
    Navy Match
    * TB.IMWAU Dneiiiai
    BACE NO. 23 DRILL HALL *.., asi '
    II/CAP (F, 4.y.o. op. 9 fur.) 1 aii.*n - ~'
    Waterbelle. 2 Miss Friendship,
    3 Betsam. 4 Clementina,
    i Sunbeam, 6April Flower:-.
    - Jolly Miller. 8 Diadem
    RACE NO 24 HASTING?*
    UJBb. an Lad,, 5-U.n- jj^, < *&& J = ^
    8Dashing Prineesa, 7 B'Ir*n 4 The Thin*, 5 -
    .ce. 8Arunda, 8Topsy. .j,,,, V|ew D Durham Jane.
    Race No. 7 1I.B. Create 7 Swr#e, Hickt. 8 Arunda.
    Slakes 2Condevon, 3Blue Diamond. French Flm 8T, II Aim LOW, iii.kct ;.t the lerday,
    4Betsam. ARosette, 6Joan's 12 Watercress. 13 Tesl Fore top c.kU.k pi II.MS Devon-
    btar. 7Twinkle, 8Coltage. 9 Match, 14 Abu All, 15 stnro beat u tcum -f Maintop
    llladrm. 10 Vonwise, 11Billy Castle In 'he Air. 16 Devil's CMIjt.ts by live runs.
    Boy. Symphony. 17 Lunways. pyth teams received 20 overs
    Race NTo. 8 __ Caalle (irant RACE NO. 25 DALKElTII lUK, Mitinlops., Kilting Brat,
    KUkas tD. 7; furlansal 1Mary H/CAP (A & B, 7'^ fur.) 1 79 for the loss of three .
    Ann 2Colleton 3___Usher 4 H.iriiw>-en. 2 NOtOOm, 3 in their turn at the wnket
    Oatcake 5-Apolio, 6-Vanguard. PW;: W,,m"-.' ^^Su-ET Fnl'"1"1' "' ;
    7-J-ji.i.s n..w RehatO, 6 Bed Cheeks, their opponents by seonn,; Kl
    , 7 Gunsite. River Sprtl | a|si. losin
    Landmark, lo v.. mam Wirk. t-.
    11 Demure, 12 Fuss Bud- Hutting for Maintops. Wheatl<
    t Firelady. 14 Plying mpstored with
    rmllips who SIM _s._ ntvmuMrr. Guy Dowl-
    had all along been playing a Spod 1I1R (Capt . R. Maehin, H, Leak,
    supiiurliiig gamf, viorcd the l-st I Harding, J. Avila, A Cunimm.
    goal for Barbados-. and F Malyon.
    Race No. 9 Dalfcrith Stake*
    i II Only 5>j furlenga) I
    Belle Surprise. 2Fuss Budget,
    3Pepper Wine, 4Demure, 5
    Rebate, flHarroween, ~Vas-
    meen.
    Second l>ay, Thunday,
    March 6th
    Race N. 10 CaaUe Uranl
    Haadlaap ID, 5, farloniM. I -
    Usher, 2Apollo. 3Oatcake, 4
    alary Ann, 5Dunqucrque, 6
    Colleton, 7Vanguard.
    Race No. 11 Maiden llandl-
    rap IV maldena, I|4j lurloiiK-i I
    The Thing, 2 -Castle in ttM Air,
    3Aim Low. 4Blue Nelly, 8.
    tfabouya, 6Freiiih Flutter. 7
    Mnglo Oaye, 8Durham Jane. 9
    Dim View. 10 Test Match. 11
    Devil's Symphony, 12Abu Ah.
    ISRactan. 14Fillc D'Irun.
    Race No. 12 -II.B. t rr4e Hindi
    asp (U. I|4j rurleiura) 1Vonwi-c,
    2Condevon. 3Twinkle, -i--
    Blue Diamond. 5 Diadem, 6 Joan'i, -
    Star, 7llillv Boy, 8Gavotte. i*,l,;u" Jlul
    ftRosette. 10Cottage. IIBel-
    sgm
    Race No. 13 Chelsra Handicap
    (F. jeae olda, Ji, hmU.m i
    April Flowers. 2Miss Friandantp,
    3Sunlepiim. 4- -Clementin.i. 5 -
    Waterbelle. 6Jolly Miller
    Race Na. 14 Garraaon llandl-
    rap Wine. 2 -Belle Surprise. 3Red Damsi Qranf,
    Dragon. other tHib.iiu.ii ivachnm doima
    ^^^_^^_ litiiK' were Aiiuno
    Axhurst 16. llornblouer ti>ok
    Ihe only Vrfgfcgt fur Foieloi- m
    ' overs for 81 runs.
    Out of a total of 84 runs
    Sinclair, a young Australian
    lopscured for Foretops with :.
    promising 41 not nut; G
    , scored 21 and Waugh 13. Anan.l
    The Barbados "'K'"""' >'" was the best bowler for Ifelnti I
    lerdsy .hire XI by four goals to three 7 ovcrSi Thp olhcr wlckel fll|
    in a football match which was , Hannan (or j7 ru|,B.
    played at the Garrison q,. lne who|c xhe n-,uilng wi,s
    not very good, and the bat
    hom were
    Regiment
    Beat Navy
    All exhibited
    is were indeed signii
    ihe spirit in which tl
    * taken.
    The score was three-nil in
    favour of the Devonshire team _.
    WhfJI the lln.t half ended, bul ,.h.IM.
    spirited efforts by the Regm-enl sj^j^-gj
    learn proved to be successful ,.,,, ,,,
    lid quite suddenly they pul in ,..,,, A
    four goals on the Devonshire XI.
    The Regiment goal coronl
    WCT C. Rowe wilt) kicked in tWO
    goals and F. Daniel and II
    goal each,
    for the BreoBahira it Blankln-
    sop. tDorod two ibalj and 1. lost
    one. s Mlcl .!' Olrls' School df
    The teams were: foatad Koonti.iti.Hi c.iils' S. d-
    Ihvonahlre Noakes, Calla- at ftttball 13 goals t. 10 yestard..
    han. I.'irkin. Iterrv. Milehoon. OVanlng tl Foundation ground
    Franctf, lllenkinsop. Collins. Jost. The g.i.ne was a fast one and
    Fall and Dunbar. kSJgnli contested. At half tin.
    The Reglanent Par it. >""undatlon was in the lead. 8'
    It..we. Olaajgaysr, St. MlObaal'l tiirl.V too* the
    Watt*. Blown LnlUaUfa In the *econd half. iow-
    St. Michael's Girls
    Win At Netball
    Checks. 4River Bprtt*, 9 Hmpham, and Roach.
    Mabouyn. 6Arunda 7Darham The refrree was Mr. Siveyer FO
    They'll Do It Every Time
    By Jimmy Hatlo
    IT VAXLOJT I _
    SOB4P,6VTT-OSC
    'TOR." &J i-lAS ID
    HER BRWwS ALWAYS
    LEAVE TVJE HO*oST
    OALORES IN FfCNT
    OF OJK. HOUSE-
    l*dM-a; 11 llunte. J. Chandler.
    A Kckatain, P. Pitcher, J. Chand-
    ler. F. Carmlchael and M Taylor.
    Cadeu. McKinn. Maish, W.
    Murdock. Pelrev. Horton, Hall.
    Coutts.
    /liiriKid'M A. Weatherhead, A.
    _ Hunte (Capt.). I Vearwood, G.
    ^'f SS M'Uan. M. Browne M Weatahet-
    f H* head and N. Portillo.
    WHAT'S ON TODAY
    Court Of On,:.ml liiriMin
    tlon. 18.00 a-m.
    Police 10.0U a.m.
    litIf II M.S. Devonahlrr
    ea. Comoermrre School
    at Combermere Srhool:
    4.3U pan.
    'I. i.i1.- Cinema show a| St.
    Mark's --I t.....I paature, SI.
    I'hilip: T.30 n m
    THE MORRIS OXFORD
    gets car-connoisseurs talking
    BRITISH CAR SETS NcW
    STANDARD OF VALUE!
    Wherever a. new Mcrrla-
    Oxford makes its appoar-
    - at onco a centra
    or Intarcat. for here from
    Britain le a "Quality tirnf
    with world appeal.
    m ntiple ground claor-
    unce to pt-eolsloD engineor-
    mg features it la full of
    "talking points for tho
    ear-proud owner, and It
    "till retains the traditional
    i unomy In running
    :tul mni nee nance.
    WEATHER REPORT
    \FSTERDAY
    Rainfall Irom CtKlrtntoa:
    Ml
    Total L.imi-ll lur Montk to
    DaAM .05 In.
    111.1...1 l>maerature:
    8S.5 F.
    I .n.--: TemperatHre:
    8.8 K.
    Hind \riocit>: S miles pee
    hour
    Barometer: ( am ) S0.82*
    (8 p.m.i >.V.*io
    TODAV
    hunrlse: 8.18 p.m.
    - in.."! i. Q p.m.
    Ma-n; Full. Fefc. 18
    I i.;Illiii.. ...... p.m.
    Hilh Tide 4.39 ajst., 4.41
    Low Tide:
    p.m.
    10.43 a.m., 11 If
    'toil pyorrnea
    In 14 Hours
    r lh>( ill
    |
    . .th or moaar
    l.i|iU >..' kUK. I.,I
    IsRSsiMLES
    .stpii la 18 aiialai
    lnar4l M|rta auna lo
    lira -i oi only alopa
    II Ik* .. -11.
    Bright Red, Grey, Mid. Orson.
    HARD GLOSS PERMANENT GREEN
    with Grey undereoating
    PAINT KEMOVER
    fur the easy removal of old paint.
    I'h.ne I27. 1156
    WILKINSON & BAYNES CO., LTD.
    I
    I
    *a
    FREE HOOK
    |\lii.ii Make.
    GOD'S WAY OF
    SALVATION
    Th.' moM .IH.iai. %trnt for
    your ......I .nlmi.iii clolhcc
    wllk
    Khus Khus
    BUNCHES OF KHL'S-KHUS
    GRASS
    E.ch ............................... **
    UIX ORATED
    as
    KHUS Kill s HANDKER-
    CHIEF BOXES
    E>ch ,..* 8
    KHUS KHUS SACHETS
    bdi II.U K-"0
    KHUS KHUS HANGERS
    E.ch ...........................Jl-W
    CAVE SHEPHERD & CO., LTD.
    10, II. 12 & 13 Broad Street
    VLAOr
    S. Boberts. C.oapel J
    0 Book \ Tract Service, 88 V
    > Central Ave Bamer, NX ;,
    BRUCE WEATHERHEAD'S LTD.
    NOW
    SELLING AGENTS FOR-
    "THE BOOTS PURE
    DRUG CO.. LTD.
    NOTTINGHAM. ENGLAND
    (WHOLESALE and RETAIL)
    WILL ACCEPT ORDERS FOR
    Boots'Veterinary and Horticultural preparations
    Boots'Pure Drugs and Fine Chemical*, Toilet
    Preparations, Medical and Pharmaceutical special-
    ties and tablets.
    Wo have in Stock al the Barbados Pharmacy the
    following:
    Boots'tJripe Mixture "for babies and young children
    ...............................................................@ 1/6
    Boots'"Gouldings Cough Mixture"Speedily relieves
    Coughs and Colds and Bronchitis especially for
    chidren ...............................................................(a 2/-
    Boots'"Worm Syrup"a pleasant remedy suitable for
    adults and children...............................................@ 2/-
    Roou'"Iodised Licks"for Horses and Cattle @ 3/-
    Buota'"Castor Oil (Tasteless)" very best quality
    B.P ................................................ ai. 1/6 and 2'6
    Boots' "Bicarbonate of Soda"1 lb. and \ lb. Pkgs
    Best quality B.P....................................... 2/- & 18c.
    Boots' Ointments of
    "Resin" ......................... <$ W. per tin
    "Zinc".............................. 9 W.....
    "Sulphur"........................(fl) fkj- ,,
    "Boric" ........................... @ 9d.....
    "White Precipitate." all put up in tins, and
    guaranteed lo be of British Pharmacoepia quality
    ................................................. @ tU each
    Boots' "Lornox (Horticultural) Synthetic plant
    Hormone for Lawns, Flower & Kitchen Gardens.
    ..............................................................@3/6
    Boots'"l)i Armstronv's Tonic"Rich in vitamin B,
    the btat tunic for lowered vitality, loss of appetite,
    nervous debility, sleeplessness, tho best thing for
    building up strength after influenza and other
    weakening illness............................................. @ 3/6
    Boots'"Supersan"A safe. Non-Poisonous disinfec-
    tant for personal or surgical use, a germicide that
    is six (0) times stronger than Carbolic Acid 2/3
    Boots'"Husk Mixture"for the treatement of "Husk
    or Hoose" in cattle and sheep............................@ II-
    Boots','RegFsan Children's Tonic" Contains, bone
    and flesh forming ingredientsfor thin, quick-
    growing and delicate chidren; easily assimilated
    .............................................................@ 2/6
    Boots'"Lysol"British Pharmacoepia quality
    ...................................@ 2 3 &; 1/4
    Boots'"Digene" Stomach Powder. Antacid, absorb-
    ent, corrects acidity, relieves pain and discomfort,
    remove toxic ferments, and restores appetite @ 3/6
    Boots "Kaolin Poultice'B.P. Quality.........@3/6
    Boots'"Boric Acid"Guaranteed to be of British
    Pharmacoepia quality, specially selected for
    medical purposes. 4 oz. size 1/- oc 2 oz. size v 6d
    Boots'"Phenosan"brand of Phenothiazine Com-
    pound, for worms in Karm animals, and Poultry
    ...................................$1.74
    Bool* "Girard's Jaborandi Hair Tonic with Oil "for
    the treatment of SEBORRHOEA CAPITIS, (Dan-
    druff) which is the common cause of loss of hair
    _ .......................................... @l/6and2/6
    Boots"Violet and Jasmin Oils"--A Toilet preparation
    of extra quality and fragrance for the hair
    ...................-............................@ 1 '3 & 45c.
    Boots'"Dandruff Lotion"................................... (gi 1/9
    Boots'Albany Bnlliaintine"Liquid ............... @ 92c.
    Boots'Aspirin Tablets"a bottle in every Home @ 18c.
    Also Boots'"Parish's Food" for children ............@ 2/6
    And Many other Preparations, Manufactured by this
    famous firm
    BRUCE WEATHERHEAD, LTD.
    SELLING AGENTS FOR-
    THE BOOTS'PURE DRUG Co. Ltd
    OF ENGLAND


University of Florida Home Page
© 2004 - 2011 University of Florida George A. Smathers Libraries.
All rights reserved.

Acceptable Use, Copyright, and Disclaimer Statement
Powered by SobekCM