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PAGF EIGHT I1AKIIAIXIS AOVOC ATE SATURDAY. FEBRUARY S3, 132 • Wood. Manning \\ in Infixed Doubles At ll.lUvilh' Tin: %  Char:, B). The ma* mlnuti 6—2; —1 i I\I CHAMI'IO.V* %  1 i Club presented the cups lo the various %  . IUI of winnen '.: %  .-met in C <", Manning. %  %  • iDOH. FW>. %  D. Wo-Manning compMitioni haw Soccer Preview i>l NMn u: I —40. English Harbour Yacht Cruise Entrants Li$ted %  mom tcam> will I J %  %  them Uu i Ntmd tour goals again Villa and U rea pUM I%  %  %  •< %  %  fleet on U SMALL BORE RIFLE CLUB REPORT Mar. POHT-0F-SPA1N, Feb. 15 Slit % %  .lvri>i:ti r Caribbean li...-cho-mer UoUlbMrtc ddrajered Mr. Desmond Nicholson, .. Mr John Wright renil) ii hawk Mill report dall Ins lo headquarters in Bui Hnrhour during Thr***%  i ' it % % %  Puerto Rico have entered fw r taw a i. I ii. %  the Motor Yacht Vi owned % %  %  << U Puerto Rico. According to prea*:. %  %  '%  i min cut plans, sinwill h... %  %  of %  even, including Mr, Third iiv. Ion Leyta I.nlph G. dor* 'f the Cluh Kauticti of Sun ,„ %  :. TUT. nvi: CHAMPIONS of the Belleville Lawn renal* Tournament which concluded ycaMrday. Taar are. left lo ilglit, Hlu M. King (Ladle1 Single*) Dr. C. O. Manmnf (Men** Doubleand ftiii.d Double*, Hlu D. Wood (Ladle-' Double* and Mixed DotibU*). Eric Taylor (Man'* Doubles), J D Trim uuitxlLiin lM'n> Single*). Trainers Prepare For 5 th Round Cup Tie Angela May Deputise for lluxton Tin' .. Tie on-utne yei dncsdn> I' COBIMll. Mr.J ConneM. Major Minutes A. S Warren (Chairman) y r of the pr. V \ I Kolterts .Club Cent ), Mr and confirmed, the Chairman Mi R. I Edghill tSccrrteryT Cap! T A L RoU'i-ts request! J It Jordan. Mr K S Yearw-xl %  tain Mr A S Warren lo Mr M G 1 r.ari the report for the past ycai The Chairman reminded mem•.., %  .: if Rant" *i' art >m February 23rd and conshoot* ai introduced which tu... every second Htd grcail.v relieved Ihe burden i i fourth Saturday u well *. rverv work on the secretary and aske,, Wednesday night. amuch M possible In doing ihcir trur 'if duty. and the winning members wn Major A S Wurrtn and Major J K. QiKBtta HOW S lad to stale that the supply • poons have been received sr.il that spoon -hoots will be held re%  ularl) In the next year Thi* annual competition wa> 'ember 22nd to S< 29th. 1951 There were for members of the Club one each for the U'dos Regiment and one tor the B'dos Cadet Corp, I. . a vcrv successful meeting and w Mad to congratulate Mr. M It DcVcrtcuil for niakin., th score in the grand aggr, thereby winning the Conneil %  Cup. The Club had entered and took part in the Overseas Colonial Small Bore match but up to the present results I %  been reDurtng the recess of s h o qM n C lighting: equipment has been made moi. ptnUMttt *tth the result that members will not have „,. „.,.,. ,,, H> (IBORUE MHIIIM. the trouble of creeling these lights in-. Otm Augelo, rnkkUe-weleht bttoee shooting. It wan recomBtt*) bin "SulSn deputy will I* Stuart *** \\*l ?u'chSt* • Young twenty-year-old proi* for Alex Buipu^ KSV^n up to who Injured an eye against At te %  %  "''" -a hut it U hoped HI lor I .uU,end.w,i, H G g 'Stttt**£Bl WHAT'S ON TODAY Film* for Children at gtriti-.ll (..until — 9.00 .i in Police Courts — 10 a.m. Meeting of Housing Beard — in a.aa MeelUig Cemmltlee RS.P.C.A Britlah CouneD — II swan Annual General Meeting K.rbado* Civil Service AsaeciaUen — l.M BJD. Girl <.mileConcert at HL Michael's GlrK' School I : %  i> in Nrtball — Queen's College vs. i>\\ mpi.i at Queen's College — li. pm Golf—Beer Mug Competition — Keckley Golf and Country Club Football — Kensington— Spartan vs. Notre Dame —ft ii I" Police Band plays for SL Andrrw'b Boys' Clab Dance— 9 p-tn. Sports Window Spartan meet NoVfDame in a First DiVtaaOD iixt_re at Kenjmgton ||m after. noon Both the*e clubs won titeu opening nature this s*asun Spaitah del. ited Carlton lavt &%  and Notre ban., ton during thewets It should be interesting to see whet i the**, team* will drop for this fixture The BAF.A. are appealing to football fans to bring the exact change to ; WEATHER REPORT YF.STERDAT Rainfall from Cedrtngton : ail T,it.l Rainfall for Month to yesterday: .07 In. Highest Temperature: 11 5 F Lowemt Temperature: 6S.5 F Vi mil Velocity : 10 miles per hour Barometer (9 a.m ) "' '< %  (3 i. in i 29.913 TO-DAY Mm us. .2 A.m. Sunset : 9.95 p m Moon : Last Quarter. I i I'll ightlng: 1.39 pan. High Tide: 2.17 a.m.. 2.04 p.m Low Tide: M It. s.m. 8.58 p m. signed a fintnight ,t In Juan antl i T. Pinen. The othj ,. lu5tl nas ca pt u red the nnAraani | ternatlonal Al.-x Malala". ownadirespectively by t ,^ 1mu sw„i %  man Fernande? and Mr. ... .....f... *,;.-, .^-wwh^b, B MUM %  %  '"'" %  '"'" holmn of agaln*l Arscn-I. They Itav.two r-vton Orirnfs MMMM AUV bo UIMICT HI .,,„) MB I Canada. an,l .'111 ,.,,,, .. Mrtg II, I ,l„.bic 1. ,1 Nollingham on '""jar. •" Th' treMurer. report was then Ho ha. aI.o beo.irnalch.-d will H" nd Xpted. Tho Chairman ,1 Groom read^ana imn. unu>ua i I• HI brtnl in Mundy for Roid over 10 round. ;,l I lat. lh. al tho !" '"' „,.,.,„, rreiri oullUndll taiured at ImUe right Seymour Hall. Marylobone. „n ""^^ h „ wa , n „,, meaiure 1 ""', %  '•' £ le.1 by Hendersoii March 6. dS t,, the tlimculty that the mem; ,sol> .U by ^^ monihs ^ ^^ om p t hnd PWr f cnml f;,..illtifu*r llnail pointed the coloured thoS'^PthirfS-d iii W£2&*2? l !i£ St< I InterAl, '| Rovt n %  ho play "il.irU il w*""* 1 Areldo perform.mce DM %  Ike. pei ... )'„: McFeat unfit Reserve John Co-Itrewarded l, four ar.i .. cm Of live. Mr. Harris ~-. %  ,, ,„.,.. ....Wendell Anderson of Octroil has Ijeeii faced with the difficult protapajUooal and C-tptain BtU) entered his yawl Escapade. i,ln ,,t deciding whether or no! {ilttinush tit. has asked to be The cruise will stan m Barb*.,...,, p R ,,, In place of Inter! kte This %  >"' 1 1P, " I *'' do* on February 29. Point* of all |in;i in,,n,,,, ,.,.,,, mainmeans Leyton nake no vahann -^ • i. -1 *... ^... en route include Grenada, tanm. ho r — cou and Bequla In the Ofna,,,,, played wel] .-nimT at Birmingham ennbo itlc 1 Willie Waiters playing against his The South African champion i> former colleagues. stylurt in a tradition now rapidly When the Beet ,.-aches EnalUh ^T=. Tl"" -ZZT^ZZZ r,u„„w Ban.er st.ll .hav, to ,,d.n and h„ return to neti, American Treasuror did not have an offlce .rtti „,d town. Airanjements have hoiTi Hint that made that subscript. u have been receded by 1 light with Turpm. fflf^LS. the MatherSll, <'' ">•" %  however. Angel,, 1 t>li Cox he h -,a put himsell under new mon,n,-s in at ..gement. seen a prorjjed trip to right half for Motherwell in New York mlshre and l>ccome Ihe lou P*wilved ti.u centri forward km Bonny Allen their range officer nl r. T. A. L. RobertVat Roberts at Co. The following ofllcers were BOYS' CLUB MATCH DRAWN ner at Blnnlnfnan AIMII-I -J not consider S to lf\I? a. !" • U "" u 1 .irengll. should pull; 1 ,u| JS gTeeiea oy II.AI.. nparrow en)h( ._, h „,. nh *„,-„i—_i., ( u-,,,.. ..... h with ii goals ering from It Saiurdav tu-ide left. leg last Lgaal Miuiile thn.ee U.S. Table Tiiinin Slur To Isiei For Our THk nTSSr^ Tho' 'rru,s,"Ti'iri^' : i '"''"' %  "".""• Ou U td. Hit llopcr, vlakal ,he three-dav nroaTamme of er.U-r"' ,lcw Soal^scoring form, may be training m-iident uh.-ii the ball hTm^r, nJf .VSet 1 H„ s %  „ v %  •' %  Ich-wlhtur, hit him in l,is cvo—on.l !i'" e" F ,",Xlf LUP^V If'^f, 20 ,l-iu| %  Killing" art i Btl Nuii, -II making his d. %  Til,Society was established in Who iileil.illi SI|,-II1,-I,I United. In senior football. 11*51 with III.ObJCCI of restoring Soulhend by the way are capthe historic naval dockyard in lamed by McAiuidcn who was In English Harbour and of linprovI^ilsin„utli's 193a cup-winiung maikbun, who rcccivr \\ I %  ln Its vlsltblg XI Uru „... ..-.„. until the yachts, sponsor or the cruise is The Thud Division side are oxlasl n line ihcr bliaron Kis.-htike. ns-ng sta, the Royal Cruising Club of the ueiuely dlllicult to but at Graincen ,e „f U.S. table tennis, has accepted United Kingdom. The cruise coing.r Road Stadium where they ,. Iv Qulnlcv wh„ Ihe n the eldes with an appeal for funds to IM „„, „„ g „,., Ma!on h as been injured for the last six English table ,-,, on th.worst Jl th,s..i.-...v f ., r lu -,,. „ ., „, u „ „j U1 k „..,, ,„. ,,-. bul if he tails hip al Wambles "„, r h !" i^5 L. "" u nJimn.j-llag.,n..Sheill.-ld-.. ii.tctpass Ihe last minute lee. JT voluntary donations. national Insldc-lcft and captain. Amatcin International Hill Thu 17-year-old laader of tho Appbeatlon. for joinuig the """"J a ''JJ^ 1 .„„',!..",„ .„"',,,1I 1 VS >"""" """ wl %  "• *J* cruise,are still being received by "-ejan h ^ abu1 '^' 0 J*'''"'''j 1 Ihe silver lubllee meetIhe BecreUn el Hat S-iety. '<" ..utntna dcl.nce WHICH „ „, lho E.TT.A.— an extra address U Oovemi lenl <> %  conceded bul nine goals ... '"-"Mf'^,"]" l ,.ll .iid CaptaS BHip She will apply glamour to Hotm Antbjua. B*J ?" rt ^lil! m ^* i '* "1 Phil Taylor U ^Sfl !" and ^Joe Wembley did her fellow .-.ncltleld should reach round r^Sleal the S.,.t who an Ainviicaii__ lt.-y.-rl. It..,k, i llcllopl.i.iie Hoys' Club and Spaifhtnown BoraClub played to a I—I draw in a football match 0 | d al Ihe Drlhvlainc Playing Ficl.l fashioned'mould that gave u. yesterday afternoon, boxing erafUmen a, distinct *•* ••"• %  ,c ? re ?„'".' n lb llaM ,,ashI'-H of |,l.v a'l'l.aL.rJialf W hashers 90 often -'m I Davis, too. Is cast in the (Janada 8mU Sweden 3 — 2 pportupltlci th'. hau 06LO. Feb. 22. Canada broke throunh the tight. pion !" '"* Swedish defense with only f March J6— * r > ,v seconds left to play Frimght and sUnunad In the I that K.< ) victory Cat*. DRAW MATCH CARLTON, Y.M.C.A. Ar<'h -.iii at table looks. In the I' S inlei national Dials ._ back she was placed second to the pains bul he will Uolinilcly plaj American No. I. Miss Lath \. u i herder In aihlitinn to Jier national Shefliokl Unite.! who visii Junior tille ;he hoUl ihe junior d o> Soulheiiii. one of the Uue-'h.m pioilshlp of Canada. She is Y>. • in vision club ..,,,, .Mil InWithout no.il ke.( iei BurPlayer. I his year*! %  Teat opportunit. fjuniors Our brightest hopeamong the youagCI players rest %  .....ii . ftwv'i. ii in.a-iiiaiioii.it i-l |h,,i.l., I %  al. ,.s lit HI Ins usu.il uu • .it top torn*, the "Qua* pgaCM 111 Under the guidance of the governing body. the Grand National Arvher\ Society, with le I'.ii". art now h,i160 ,i. lluUeidon area alone only hM prWMDU meet of whkh ware In aaaalanca arlken % %  moui the war ended. met 11 %  There ..n-t.il -! ..h'l> inoie |p imlu.i.. i BCOlU'jjjue game jt Ljmecs men than aro inuieo on m taj onij loai < the women are ii>"Uy catching mc big eiuu*. ... aid an official .if the jMi'ent up-lumiers Moineiv.i "^RI/ l^ri.tlo., d.rb orw-i. -J % %  shoukl lie worn wS ufnTl's '"""" m """ "'" waaT ilidto^tou a^V iS i l l "' n "' u ' : '"'" "* beal 0 "" 1?A anTwh.le *£*."* W* " > %  %  • to H "To wo makes :. Lonsolutlon toi the mtallei tent with a draw. rn'.ieular appeal. Il is quiet Dumbarton. Hangers, following nun peaceful; good for the figure and lAinfermtlne, Arbroath, Dun i ind Ua with Eh:... is ueui nd*Ali ion Bowra are all not bp extaodad Ln tbi u lawn tc-nnis Carlion and Y M.C.A. pUya. goalless draw at Black, Rock :e*terday afternoon in their Third Division Football match. Al Picktt ick. Foundiillon Old Boys leatad Pickwick Bovan uu nil, N'otra Dame heal the Bai-bad< Uaglmapt by two goals to one id Hanger, defeated Wande vo-nil. Al Combermere. ('omlM-rincii lil Boyi plaved .1 ii "ui name championships urowith Poundation whom they beat to the tune of four-nil. tennis till thou thi-obuing pains In your muscles M once Apply Sloan's Liniment lightly-^ ftel your You dori'l 1 n* in "Sloan's you dab h %  wihe.driacipdpanisntlv-^>hiaa j 'sj' docs the tea uood fo ache* and paint and mil I louvti log settings n — IJSE.SSecond Division Match Drawn .ti home. _. K'lmx with Arbro.ith. OOL) i-'iiFailing any upsets in U.i laafftw to lurrlw rltei the next will be a battla of II rounds, have to trawl lo r> Play l).vi,..., \ club With all the cup m..i*i.' United. Foil.,. there Is only a limite wick's convincing 4-lwlCtorj 1 p I >>olh ildi in the Saeood DJvl *. l baa.boffaari Oamaa whith ha. natch %  baa r l n g an Dlw itt pli < -.ftomoon Noli. D %  %  '" ""' Luu *" %  prove 100 rniich lor them, mare clash 1 Third Nortln and it.. 01 thi in-.1, 1 hubernl the moat (Sciittlsli Division A Bo 1 travel t<. abi and lObaftnlai to pta) Quaan "i the algaad In lhali raap l* nal and victory will 1 %  oUd U mvard BUI) 11 I Iraig position*. < %  •"'Wltl .Mietl (Oloa.) .*'t 18 ^ our youngest post-war interPhil giaana 11 eppel 1 (Northumberland) Doreen Spuoner (Middlesex) and Jill Surrey). Menetl's best performance' this teaaon was reaching the M>miUnal of the Metropolitan ton ma %  inenl In which he was beaten by 'he back-to-forni Bergmann. -LE3. MOTOR VESSELS BRING FRUIT nl in the eolonv ycslerd.iv by Ihe M.V. D.irrwood end UM M V. Cacique Del Cartbe. Among her cargo ihe lUerwaMHl brought twenty-four 1 rah I "1 Fifth ln.it and B9 bags l oique Del ferthe ujht twenty-thi •f fresh fiuil. GERMANS WIN OSLO. Feb. 22. The German figure sk;iling learn of Rio and Paul Falk 1 nlgh| won the (1 0g championship with U poinl ... u.f of ll.3ag — U.P. WViKD CAttOQ iRJUVEQ The *.s. Alcoa Planter arrived ;r..in Montreal via Si. Lucia witn 11 caigo whuh inchuleil 1,400 of our MO hags of ci m meal, : %  %  1 las of pickled poik. 838 bags at poultry feed. 1.150 I B| and 2.0\>0 bigs of linseed oil. played to a I — I Il fast and botl times gave a fall .iior twe dsBnaaa iisscd by iioth sidea. A fahlj large 1 rowd awtebi he game. END BLACK MARKET JAIAI'A MeUCO. 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S \l\ liii VN I I BRI u;\ IIXItltVIHIS AlAlM \ll I\I.I IIIKII: WILL ADMITTED IN COMMON FORM THK Acting Puisne Judge I lahlp Mi Justin imitlcd mmbti farm thr will of M r who I limiting the will at had been Ited by Taylor'i widow, Mary. His lordship made a • Clarence T; [itimate ion of the di K. W. Banuw argued thai the will should be mitted in Solemn K THfeIJMtin Of \ thn in istra tion 'erday. the Act ng Pi. : His Lordkhlp Mi. Just., BtioOS (ol One W|| the petition of B Francis of Vaughn's Hill. St i Mr. Barrow u in**. S %  %  the Court. One was begun in 1943 and was nnbtr 29. 1945. This M to be Tb.f othsr win was %  ntirn IN loto on December 20, e^!^^ TiZ*>T ooeeMT &O\H TM tut <.uir*vrtt' ou OCAS — wuan 5ua.iL i DO ?. 4ir traffic i u wagon ** • ry ai %  Harbour Log In Carlisle Bay • sen r. SmiUi :• %  %  • JS3I lor., art. 6 MOVFI1S FOK STEAUNG SHEEP Wild BmMt Sprwitl Ru hit's hull: \ H •/ //' this drew, a labourer, for MM %  %  ..• i>( St St J Tinotbac wai tha petition of v. ITS C gaynei of ParadJ* Qap, Spooners Hill. St. Michael. tdjOW, I i hu-.butid Oliver H Land, HI.H'K Rock B.-„.. CHICAGO, fa* It. .. %  wen (aead '""an ,s wttfi a problem in the spread of %  heop J'. I and took ii : %  %  i .i ii si. i | . : barnyard i rei • lo pre) ui %  to be admitted to probate houl I i will at %  HI Th. rveeked into intended to gel %  f-1.. .. before a policeman India And U.S. Sign Pad DOt '' "tin %  %  hat It had NEW DELHI IVlht I %  holograph will or — %  'liter.' %  bad signed it. Beside* the Sl will on December 2' .use and would hit i llcnl have revoki I the "ill Iteldl i< M tl which liegan In 1943. tokl the court thai %  Handwritinu 8 about I 10 repoi' Tin e a vaatoi bad In V. lO while on 0 % %  ndam with .. •! rep When Oril r p' lt"' Pep and ran Ils Lord-hip. however, derided %  i i I r Branekw %  to the will, hut no by Mi solicitors, appeared for Hayns \Himirnment iship adjourn eraUon ol the petition Phillip.-i niarkmnn of Chapel Gap. J for letter* uf administration to th< and Joseph R. Blatkasan, %  Mi l) H L Ward, Instructed Solicitor*, appeared itlackinan. _.,. „.. The ni her petition over which tion' ont Rock, SL Joeiph, housewife, %  , bi for le tSI Uon to tbo estate of her husband K. Blackman. formerly,uf Clement Rock, u ehaunVur. hut late of Pnrt-ofi inldad. Mr E W. Harrow, instl Mr. F. I llcllor, ap...HL^.i. to r 4.MO.0O0 mni kpendance During 11 I .ear alone, the Increase >n pro dWMktti amounted to %  iiTtas total sutaad I M mUUon ton as compared with 32,500.04)0 tons In IfMi with the IncraaM to pro lUCtlon the ex|I %  %  Kportetl. wblch I %  %  %  I 1 ii -velop• • • i I peciai %  to the Social education In Kaahmn %  nmiirtwewrrt ot co-operatl* rtrldas dunin; ii iwu yearn. Determined IU *S rivrttMl thee. .cam Ua* -• *owl< '. M berorp a nollcrm n ,. rartheal and moat ba >.,.,. .,.., %  nil at ires, %  I th. i %  %  rabid am.iaharlal Httwu, msat, •&*.**!• M£ %  i %  .'. \r?Mi! % % % %  United centen In thr i 1 %  be 8 Jgft Kashmli ami J.^n.n.i rottaj th. behaU ..umber has trebled. the united \KKIX \l IIH HDA1 I' I'lmiiminiiir\aii •• M V BarclW. >* Hn %  *' r..pl W. %  %  I'l i VJ CXASli KILLS SO I. b, 22. ...iled and lured wheti 10 plane %  ill* Naval Aux.| .. | into a %  i mway. Two i'i iiiisscnaers a harh was training flight front i on, ii home bae. ,i thai -" %  E. P. l?.S. Plants For Italians for .i penicillin factor? % %  idmints%  iU> RO i" 1953. ... %  %  Ion %  %  made. oxm lau-.ei h ;.oo u/jthlold It.. rolo. Ih, %  TO Mi \. Illi iv r %  i ) the Bur>> trying to sell : '* %  "" ' lnc '**" „ _, „,,,,, aet( |E tll-il Iht nrw.p > .rrpnncri him a> faylnu. -Hl rmrai. loM ihr court lliol %  „ „ v.„„„. on Comp.ll, of N h;„l I..-.-M diwn 1" ml., Chrbl Chinch; Ullian Gertrude II W.iilh Scout Jamboree Vppi'ul FUIHI Tl ik^ I. homcf and I" %  %  nd I..PJ %  ., vork. „ "JS ..l.lllinrwl I kind of will, but dwpito 'hit. H ratnl nitl i I I.m, smi -" Ul| l Man, i "• %  '< < %  "" "•''"' H. lold turn i %  .1 i.'il.m Rolocraph . ,p ,n howad it...' ).. i r %  pile III. I. %  : utlK on i CARE YOUR BUILDINGS!! REPLACEMENTS COST £ s '.2*W Corrosion costs you Era if cor Form like my ,,ii whi re Different Dales individual! the Fund lnunehcd hv I omiiiillee of tl \ then n ., | With the Jamaica Jamou IU which at the I aarli oejtl pM>ntn leur the date lOlh fund ha* only hrti Scouting h*m done and wul date 29tri IMS," he continue to do much for the youth said, TIUl Win >>e signed by the inland and so the help and support of eve/y..,. j^p Aninng the testator s papers, he • our donation* to the s-nd. there wn another Roy.il Hnnk of Canada oi to Mr, i hope when .1 !lt to ll\f %  Hood life. V./; i // s HI i \t II \ M.I %  11M lo the prt %  ,,v. rage monthlj .i ..tioin 3041 over 'hi ..Is. N'II 0 borne acting In on who IM %  >"••! pt*. Iaa.lt Mt l l W t H ll * M 10. !" sad Mr P A l.v-,-1, y, C Mr K Rol M> I %  indwritlng and bearing 1945 nature of two witnesses but it is :• fore nrtor appears to h tlip all I n In two minds. The dis, j fm of the proper.y in each Carnival In Trinidad, the that they did not rOaU Duvid \i\fii S) From l'4| r I Mi Ni %  hat and shoes. His wit< '• skirt Le.ivin • .'it Trim I : id a i"\< MAIL NOTICE ^i.il li K U ll.n.U-,* .imtmnlnU i Mall ..i %  i Mail 1 %  to-day ni Ill rrhtiiai AiwKv. Irnproetta ^ tnmsport rvonorn) 10 when i ..f Kandla Porl in the Gulf of Kutch. Kaixiki Is Intended to 1 n l: iht*ii mojtn pi>n on BM H.oon-milii long O.I.M Iiru and will provide 11 economic nutlet Per her lai'K'* hlntartand covering will different On 10 10.43. he startrxl to %  > %  hand, ,-ill. Thi. la the wtS which at th.V ITr ^. u : t ; y but .iii> %  i holiday AppintilinvnlK Utte 29 12.45. From am Carnival would ha\. . mation of this wul. h> somewhat. "" •" have come to the conclusion that on iu 1 'Hi-lie,) "Nina"' the word*, "given to • Mi NI Ural Cei, %  %  York Mtltl. in which be tool idlng role The larl eii-M lines . „ H i | %  thosa !: % %  ivorh Kidney Trouble Causes Backache. Getting Up Nights %  S From l'e I ga Vlaundress. Men^l Hukpit.H with obviouMy fresher ami did not f„ r \-. %  -Mayer tHect rran tOtfi Jawuiry, i2. appear to have been diluted ns -n did the ink In which the remainHarbacV Hi I i had been InformatioTplanning a trip i irom the Colo air. time and It was a happy coincii %  ;t Tesliiimnium Clause ik'ii.c that he was able lo lit in his t i,shed hi* iippojntnwnt ai :, i -in the will of bol friends were In tor General of Colonial 25 1245. there is at the end what Barbados. Police ai the Colonial Office on purport! to be a teslimonium What was he phinniun to do 1st. Novemb er, 1951. on the exclsues and in It a space in left during his stay? Mr. Nlven said plry of his period of secondment f or this signature or at any rata be and his from th. Home Ofllee and ren i fc name, tint neither his name rest, but he was looking forward that Department at ihe nor his signature appears. to going spear fishing of! the St 'request of the Home Secretary. -The attention of the testator James coast. He has brought Mr W A Muller. CJLG-, is what matters and I am satisalong four 12-foot stain 1 I itelv Commissioner of P"lice, jied that the testator intended the spears, goggles and other undcrrtylka, has been appointed will of ihe 29th and %  ler equipment H. h CCeed Mr. Johnson ag Inlo be hilast will and testament Bermuda on thr. 1 therefore admit this will ;asions and has di" N vember. 1951 dated 29.12.45" spear Ashing then. If yon'rf-llna oat >' %  %  i-v ..I,.I ri %  %  r nfcH-lrltMl Ill-Ill'Up Kidncvi'bectof Woy %  tU %  ensfit—No ay %  %  £) you know ihe imennt Corrugated Ir^-n Igaprrti l tropical countries every • *r Thr figure isa.'onih*nfiv, biSh, "~. alter allowing roi new Works tbl balance represent', a hravv Eottett I lach of taking DffOpU rrcitiitions Protection its eany with aic> Anti-Corrou'oe Paint for tvery INCH of metal. ThPKOOKNE is an anti-corroaiv. I foe | H rsrjHea. It hngllriaceoi metai-work.'formtng kin which preserves I Indeunhcttt Inthperatu-ac" %  • -h ' Rjd, (ir.-v a-" "".een niaati.i/ rAnm. MH-U•atraf IMMMII A SONS I'a Mi..il.,li I . ---• Hill rttui r-Lilajra,!, A.S. BRYDEJN &S()NS.B AR BADOS,LTD. I keep fresh, all day...! supvrb vur e is ewnlhine vou wanl 1 I use LIFEBUOY TOILET SOAP I iiut keapi ahead of ihe queue in town travel en road, a cat thai ljp> the mile* in safety and f ng tat live in comfoit 70 hone po*er gb> | cncinc that run* ai uno.ith as silk. Steering *heel rnuottn mi'die loughcrt road*. lOCLbicfccl ofiagsasc tpaa. a^kgdal i as It's easy to keep lYcsh all day —juit g Lifebuoy Toilet Soap whenever you a dcep-cleartsing lather really free youofweaneps vou frc-hcr so much longer. So get a Ublct of Lifebuoy today and make sure of dav-lone. irohnes"' /.>/. PERSOy tl, FRESHNESS l/.if II 5 MORRIS ^ M I II It FORT ROYAL GARAGE LTD. Phone 2385 Sole Distributor, Phone 4504 Dazzling *hilrs. l |H l H l| | cnluurN' Thai'* hal Rinso will Rive. Rmio w*hir Ihoroughly — remoirt, all the din — vet it %  MI enj %  ) use —.ind so gentle t.>. Fur • whiter WJ-II. in I %  qui.l UM S1HS0 i^ssr*-**1 1" %  '*":', ,^m RINSO for all your wash /



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PACE rots BAKBADOS ADVOCATE SATURDAY HBKl \U\ I 8\RBADos^Amofm In-old Stories Of The NOBODY'S ian Who Was Kins* DIARY u S.lunl-. Fltn B, l!52 Trrfanirul School i.\ :IT Laboui i %  pamphlet, "Ldix'iir Marvin's On, lin: ;ii ik made that in the very near future the parly will "ncpukd U> fftWItt for industrial training." This statement II very ambiguous. It may b interpreted to mean lh.it the patty rnirti-l-, to support the recommendations made in "Vocational and Technical Training," which is now being studied by a special Committee: or it may be interpreted to %  DM hopes that it means that a beginning will soon be made towards the creation of a good secondary technical school. is one augury o| good intentions. Major Dar.ington. who returned lu llritish C.uiana last week came here at the special invitation of the Government of Barbados that the local committee which is studying the "Vocational and Technical Training" pamphlet at the request of the Government, might have the benetit of his advice. Major Darlington has given that advice and no gift of prophecy is necessary to suppose that it will not be I taken in the form in which he gave it. Yet everyone would argue that it was worth hearing his advice Only, alter hearing it, the committee should lose no time in coming to a decision and the Go* %  eminent should at once acquaint the public with the contents of that decision. What is that decision likely to be ? It is impossible to forecast the actual details of their decision but it seems reasonably certain that the Government intends tu make a beginning with technical education and tli.ii expenditure on technical education has been allowed ft in the estimates which will be introduced soon in the Assembly and Legislative Council. It seems also certain that this expenditure will be on a modest scale and will by no means provide what is wanted. Yet any expenditure designed to inaugurate a system of technical education will be welcome as a sign of conversion and acknowledgment of the fact that nothing restricts Barbadian chances of employment at home and abroad more than the absence of facilities for acquirim; technical education. The views of its champions are contained in the pamphlet "Vocational and Technical Training." This pamphlet was submitted in the form of a unanimous report by %  select committee which met on 35 occasions, beginning on 17th July, 1946. The report paid tribute to an att made in 1944 to establish a technical school and mentioned a comprehensive report prepared by Mr. C. G. Crawford to which that attempt was indebted. Progress towards a technical school has been a long and painful progress and the ninth year has been reached since Mr. Crawford reported in 1943. The public which has suffered most from the delay in starting a technical school is impatient of further delay. The Government realises this and will no j doubt urge the committee to express its decisions before the estimates are pub! lishedWhether the Committee decides J to add a technical wing to Combermere j School or to convert Combermere entire\ ly into a Technical School or decides i against utilising any existing school, are important factors affecting expenditure It is. obviously important that limited funds should be wisely spent and it is essential that the greatest possible use be made of existing school buildings. Of equal importance is the inter-meshing of facilities provided by the Evening Institute with the programme of the technical school. Until the technical school is producing adequate numbers of correctly trained technicians only the Evening Institute can till the gaps in knowtadgi experienced by those who have already entered Industry without having had the requisite preliminary technical education. No less important will he the liaison between the Board of the Technical School and the Director of Education. It would obviously be undesirable for the Board to operate M vaeuo, suspended from the normal educational programme of the island. It would, on the other hand, Utragk and would mutilate the functions of a technical school if its board of dii< academicians. Only i( the technical school i s influenced, directed and controlled by a Board which is fully representative of C and Industry will its role in the community be properly fullllled. No doubt these points are appreciated by the committee and the Government. The public should know soon. ii. NORM \\ run i MOM -I * fc" %  %  %  I..mi.I and i -llur .aTrworii kn. Ilr Ml in llir Howl irrlu* UH all. Dunns iho** 1 tired and stumhW-il II was a brave iWl lltll" in us and madi-tma> dinner ait a bit • ituiiia U> VI did personally. I out the ulal*a and %  i No, 143. from the picric b.sk*u. Uuki 01 Wl-i-n old Amos, hi* head keeper. i... Kuu bmpad '> hta Uad him with the ' %  %  as they |D %  .hooting days. Km* had cone, old -,ia to beAmoa was MIIUII up in bed, with hU lips and SOkd hit lip., and hi* cheek with his aliifht (tuner that until flu before DM beihat nu'i '.m< loved aw i f-wtU tr\ la d-do M • %  i. HM nnn naaaaei tvaafaai King like.! In stroll alone fi..,, • ".tringhain. acrosi the estate parkland, to play tenm* with Lord Tuesday"It sounded So strange in February Ha tap* RUsabatf) rarssojr, <<• m-uchbour. He liked I wooden bench al the fu Ufa i ... lk-M in front of pavilion that he had rebuilt %  i.m ill* burner u Ueorge Monday -Thert is. I learnt toda> one ..tnei way of making money out of betides getting free swill for pigs. But it affects butchers only. In my neighbourhood there lives a man who is known as the diseased meat butcher His trade is to buy all the broken down pieces of livestock he can And still on their feet and he doesn't refuse any. That's what I'm told and who am 1 to say it isn't true'' .<.wn do < hanged Voice Then, as the yeirs passed, came thai mellowness and SUP .i Kuir who knew his %  bonaatk UM tatas. and listened, not in qm in ,i kind of aatai had h • man who served us all, and who in< Royal ha IsAJrnsd the magV %  tti-atness. with (to £.< .11 An ... %  W\ i Iha U all the 1 IB r uf a riranu-r II trfls hoarnc and %  I i was MM roice o/ Ihe H KM had known, and who had taught M I" IBM hail He WOM a kstta dSStfc upon his shoulder, and Ihe King knnr If. thouph we did met All the time, behind the gilded curtains of Itoyally. lived a man that none of us know if us will truly know him. as his wife and daughters knew him. Even Prince Charkks. irMiuiring now. In faltering baby voice, Mtpa", who Is dead knew %  Much of his story tvOl remain UnkoldL Hut Ihnv remain a few crumbs, by which thoae of us And he never forgot the village •' VtTJ informal man, Mhool at Saiulringhsm. "The Kin, bea Uf would let him be Ik %  ., country gentleman to at us." says Mr S Willis. In sehool at "" %  killing Of ganw Dial ple.sed Dersinaham. where most of the .ire children Bai Opatt, wr* a tew in-nigh imslafl. ill.. • II, ,;„, ,K. „..,UT.<( dj-i" K-hir DMihe school nas built, and in 194: he r, ,i Royal casto* I %  resenll'ig a li\blc every i/ta< "ie scholar who belt InMH ih. tin own Sertneares, ivnea ht paid a osll •* lulling uvuld uisp>'r[ •oery room thor\ % %  •"' the ouphly and ijuestion the chlldre*. King . %  HM %  '^I'U' most o/ Ihem bu nome covert "If Nazis Come" He could always And a Joke d-mt anythins that did not work. jny formal pomposity that did not paratroopers might try to seize The l.a.1 Knlry \m H.HI Id criti knowlnc thai lil\ m\ i*i l were % well stocked ai ,"i> In UH klniilum. And II was ii'ii Btaai wrrki ago thai the King h.'M a lltilr parti lo eelrbr Ir tieOu >r l w >>o> only on the occasion hind Buckingham Palace. "I re... that Mr, Churchill mentioned on I the King coming aro t RlSJht, when the King Ihe Mi" %  mini When ,. •scaped BSJTOWiy, There i.s .till a i MI boot Bandrlng"'"'' s P !,l, ter embedded in the rang agall it one "f his horse> ||j k g/i u |,| fftTin %  WM denf old .,.. kk r f „ WoUard, th.ha Ko had a touch of Ui<* lowing •,%  m hls Ooorsjs wag the man uh.. I.K.I. i ,iu,ng br '" %  "•' 'i' 1 'to say something to Ihem. bat noembled, austere hiwly could hear anlhlng for lh< BSHBS of old llrwir'i voice. fBthOt "The King stands It for a minute, Thea, dawn Ihs bo ti old Ooorga on the p of paper 1 .,;„.„ ,.(>,..' ,„,< Turp.,,SS-JL2 "-& %  JUT, LS i.i...; ban who wears the Crown '* %  around her.you "Then InlaiUfbs BOd OOOTSI ltd in ,i minute 001 I rho I else is laughing." l' i %  %  I ana In the s r J < 11 Inghim, lhai -if 1948, th.it gave i %  hjni "f what might '>*' wrong with the King'* heal'h The young racehorse trod on the King's foot, acawiched ii undsi ins metnl-shod hoaf. Tin for the King, but he Blmpll I %  d with II wry smile It .1. bit I vc tost the leeling In thai foot, some time ago." This wm the start of his illness, l*>tr fDr when the doctor* examine.! it. the King a few days afterwards M KHM trouble with MI"K1 flow. It '•. her • Kill); It .id .Imply: "Tell them th.t Tnrpln has won" Il was In his nun ha ml writ! nt. .nil I'rln.i-s. rillr-ibelh read II ..loud with a pleised ll'lle smile. -r ,11 I. ; ., Th K d-n.tured ^SSS^STM lost AlSandrlngham.onthaHaPt "SKru.t' "Hi host. ahool ..f ui* life he u.i* in greal good humour, and *lir %  shoot personally, placed the fona iiiiiniilute concern and odd his law guests when to HIP nilla— 'n hla eg-pulllng win %  in I.IW one %  i iher of h heart belon K ed. He loved trees and Held*. A gale blew a giant rim down a rouple of years age -1 ltu.km,li. HI Palace. The tree fell aeroBH the famous Queen Vlrtorla lawn. When the King Has i..ill b telephone he motored down that same iflagBOS. from .mil in,ii mi to Inspect the damage. "My C.oodi The head gardeiur was told of IhS Kmg-1 arrival. Hastfb h. i into his %  iTlci.il black Iscket and striped trousers and H ilked out on to the lnwn. "Ah. there you are!" said the King This tree is still alive. Il wr are quick about It We can get her replanted, don't you think"? The head gardener agreed. "I'd ke to get a qualified team of i ram to do the Job, Your The King nodded. "All right. I in how much will the foresters I ust". About 150. Sir." Thi-re was a moment's horrified silence The King said' "Afu goodinybody missed „,.„. „,„„_ d(1 ^ lMnk ^ *£. manep*" The looking after their boys, I us. Alrc.idy there ore zenry Its people should : ">** specify any portlcular scores of families who i-an ill affoi,! mable access ;. PS of hoy and as the greater to properly feed and cloth* ,,,.! „.. always include* the lesser It must selves. Many have to roaort thins an I '*' •-"'""Wl that good as well a* niedxlne whenever bad llll,e V 9 *"* meant which hi obtaining certain iwtdful rsqulrsd. n %  %  'in ordsi to nuke lea end* mi. .. ,.. turning out good of being able to honour the oUiga..i %  ., ^ masters are also teachers They -tr. K-.^.m „v.... anA „-__,, n „„. .,.„. in such a w.ty. tu become worn ,, his bcrl in h's ... "I" 1 !" * Mne * ,no which the h,gh m p, S ?£ ,"* ^', h >y r^L, K?*' ,OS MB nr to keen lK Volt SS Th," which may befall thi family III |01. " sJosTimegtlr i^ th^ wJE fettter, rhsAJllBOSfi; '* concen.-d. may yet fad to Bll .-—and so implement the Patrol System ano msrclsl %  gcses thai %  my with whom i have J£ f,u .'" ,, ia *" 1 rnc ". "S 1 %  %  %  . r-ikon—to imd.'t.iand what your y, p ''""' > !" vil ll > !" Seou' Tuesday. 19th Ir S^ . __as— ~,. Si wanted lo convey t-> hiY !" >">dor writers reference It the .i I ,. mc One thing be das do ironmongt ignorai to hear St Philip's Mr. Mottley talk about members of this August House. St. Philips Mr Mottley has a style all his own: it reminds me of the sound of egg* frying in the pan: the words come sizzling out with crackles: and besides the glint In his eyes unhidden by spectacle* you can see his movtofj Bllfjtv pointing now at Mr Speaker, now at Mr. Harrow and now at nobody in particular. 1 nienUnii M\ Barrow because he's a bit of a linger wagger himself. Wednesday One of the billions of things about which I've remained in ignorance until today is the use of black sea eggs or cobblers. 1 though 1 had stumbled on a minor industry for making toilet brushes from black sea-eggs' prickles when I saw two lads brushing the prickles off cobbles on a beach. 1 was so interested to tind out what they were doing that I never worried to ask them if they realised the mess they were making of the beach. If I had they would never have let me into their secret. They use the black sea eggs' body when it has been deprickled for bait. You put the body on a hook and sling your line out to sea. Porgls love it I was told and these two boys were sure of getting 30 lbs of fish from their two dozens or so cobblers sans prickles. Thursday—Local journalists are slap bang in the Engli.vli newspaper tradition when they devote so much space to the opening of new latrines. I remember an old colleague who now slaves at a subeditor's desk with a dozen or more slaves in London telling me of his column and a half in a Yorkshire paper describing his town's first underground lavatory. If 1 remember rightly the Mayor and Corporation turned out in full morning dress and there were bouquets of roses over the lavatory. Personally I'm all in favour of publicity for lavatories and as a street walker for many years I can notice little lavatory improvement in Bridgetown today. Only the other night in the Trafalgar Square park alias the ex-Central Foundry I discovered a lady coming from behind my car. I don'l know where else she could have gone for cover because the nearest ladies lavatory that I know about was in Goddard's Restaurant and even supposing shr could afford to patronise Goddard?* it would have been shut by thot time. The only thing I can say in favour of Bridgetown lavatories is that you can find one or two if you keep trying but 1 remember walking all over St. John's in Antigua before I finally found rest in the Harbour Masters. The people who hold up the buildings of lavatories in Bridgetown have obviously never needed them in a hurry, otherwise ihey might under* stand why they are so urgently needed. Friday—Today I found myself in the Posl Office (not looking for my post which gets to me sooner or later) but trying to find a telephone directory. It ma> have been there but if so it was well and truly hidden. In case it isn't there don't you think it's time somebody thought of putting one in or maybe two or three would be better, with phones to go with them of course. Lots of people who telephone me don't have telephones a0 they must be terrible nuisances to their neighbours. %  A ] !.£ nch *.l i^ af,er ,^ opl ^ a S tTdsy—Owing to the rising cost of living im.lren and assist parents In .... ..... •.nil,u,n '-ns out good cltirens. Scout(you don t have to believe this story if v„ss SESsIfc'SfS you don t wanl lo r m ,rying to educ,te i t*. .Ihi. ..... ... K.^ and I refenvd to some of their PAPER SERVIETTES In Plain White Sl.ee |M-r h-n.lrrd ADVOCATE STATIONERY Broad Street Jr. Greyitone, Hutinft %  %  i ll II %  %  AH Aimrrirmn #* %  .•. -.vfi %  < 1'ookvr To rook -r .r./i/i.i../ you ,-rvr Ihouyht ol mm in a fmrlion ol thf time, too! So fusif to optrutv antl MO frnnomirul mm I'iirht-r's hUM it. t.S. IMII III II A 4 o. Your to the blind leading the hliml I (l by no means a paraphrase ol ma „-^ of ateir.eiii ihat Scoutmasters fll ..,\d m ,, ib.. tommmg,*!* .'""{JS !" ; £ iB. tt"gtaV%!C5 l lm. wh *n hp *ser*e* that a boy is Ihe noble Lord not ood J*t? r ' ^gSJSJ Mid to the Cl Comlf >•* %  ,* "* k r P £*. I'L with what '•* !< shotild he that the Seou < m? broadcast keeping the Scout ...,,,. n u ,.,, i. is no a ood hoy and will la not become a good man. I rouUI go nn almost 'fld tnttnlsjt said that ou no yo ", r **&** not angels *ritrr not only contradicts hlmilri .1 not „„. ^ | (art i m u. boyt. ti his ignorance be better or a lit) Scouting as well as his in' %  iul ol die abtlltl to i[>preclale the subtlereduce U ,,f B i| jort.. I^>rd Rowiillan's and Lord 1 %  in his sevYours Sinccrck. n eral address) bat UsJ. F. GRIFFITH all-roun.i fw boys Island Commissioner. %  rwofvv mnnthii i. %  %  my four-year-old son at home and Tm learning a lot of things as a result. I don't mean the words he uses. They are a reflection of the words he hears and a lot of people call at our house every day. What surprised me and wakes no echoes o| my own childhood is his love of two's. He not only makes them in preference to all other letters or figures but he sees a lot more in them than you or I would. He makes them "praying", "sitting", "swimming", "kicking" and with "one leg cocked up." I hope this isn't a sign of heredity. It would be a terrible thing to have one's own sun trying to earn a living by the use of his imagination, but I'm afraid mathematicians have, even at age four, a greater respect for figures than my son. P.S.—I am pleased to learn about the S PC.As stray dog activities, but turn to page seven of Wednesday's Advocate and tell me if any of the stray dogs you see look like that one. i> 00JO* b* T $1* e* 3 For Men American Styling Zipp Fastener 2 Hip Pocket. Fob & 2 Side Pocket. For Ladies American Styled Slacks In Blue—Grey—Cream For Boys Grey Flannel Shorts Cream Drill Short. 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sMl IDAS, HlBRl AKY 23. 1W2 UUIrt.DOS AllNiii VII PAor. FIVE FISHING BOAT LAUNCHED ON WEDNESDAY •Plane Club l.evtifres Slart Tiresday Nig hi Wrecked On Thursday WITHIN thirty-six hours of bein launched, the fishing boat "Dawn", uwncd by Charle.s Donald McKi Holetown, was driven ashore on Thursday muht an pletelv ani McKenzie launched his newlv completed boqt last Wednesday evening about 5.30 o'clock, but it was too late to ballast it. and he moored it oft Holetown. Th* Dm nit l "' night, hou.v, v., SB 0 „ ih<> iiit became chappy and lh< %  H SOU *) The ik->t .i 11i serial ,,i M attered an ihe. %  Barbados *htals. Except fur th. sails Li. in Aeroplane Chib will be being wiw Lhe bull ara held at the British Council Plate s/raeh • ..'• *\ fixi pjn on Tint exDrifting: pla niri. 1 The Theory of Flight"' Alter four daJ Will be Shown. K.iiyone is in,h e crew of the fishing boat sea vited to these lectures. <-:'i' thefevessel Sea On Thuraday night the B UA.C. rd wn,> 1 they *"* picked up >-M a meeting at which Mr. ''V **•£ fishing boat Wood Goddard. Chairman of the *>* Tom Pollard who refused t. Committee of Management re-id uke lne,r bo t ln ,ow bagajuss %  a progress report of the Club low wind* Th P boat was left to irom its Inenplion up to the drl i' b M*!it stage Mr. A. R. Toppln. President. In r .. Skl '" ,p f e Ji bv H m ':, ll V C V .?' his opening address, complimented SSftJSKft i* K !w h ^SiLa ,l,e the club on Its progre*, and said •• "-£ ** f J J,n J he Brid e ihat he had never seen any other '*" Whjr l-sl Monday morning at 4 o'clock, and for three days, the'owner Claude Beck:> anxiously for Ihr return of his only boat. .ibout 12 midnight on mrsday that he received th dreaded news that hit i:\iiHi\iviiis S. American Troupe To Give Shows Here The South American Variety entertainers arrived ir be Itlaftd on Thursday morning by the Canadian Cruiser The troupe, which is headed by Harvey Rofel •-ix weeks in the island giving shows at theatres dubs anr %  pit—i _^^_____^^_^_ ltogeis Is paving his < liri-li.m Sioncr Uaelure13o Be Given \c\l Tilrststiv For relief from ASTHMA one small tablet acts quickly and e ffectiv e ly I '• %  %  %  : iin IHl with Ihr .*.lm club rruike BO much progress in so short a time. He offered the club hn full support. A letter was road from Wing Commander L A. EtfglesfleJd. DlTh H !" £% hL rector General of Civil AvlaUon. T "" !" "'>' '"at he In which he too offered to assist the Club In any way possible. Mr. D. Malone gave a talk on what the lectures would be about and stressed that it was vitally Important for both flying members and prospective flying members to attend these lectures. By attending these lectures flying member* would lessen the work %  i the instructors. SEVEN .! gftBS memberof Uir Bonth American Variety entertain*!* who arrived UTO on Thursday They ara (1. 10 r. standing). •*'' JLirvry Itoger-. Doreen nravaaaade and Ior Hiu.tr Sqnatting i one of the K. '!]," %  feMtSMffl %  Hire art > %  .HI troupe Hai rtnei Bon. %  %  %  nee*; ibf pnodhoo %  .-,.%  to walkers, stunt rtdarj .... Onsen, .i ui ic l ii. of |h* \n\ Hntu %  !. pi gramma over / i N Enid Kmc who is lefinad Sweetheart te lbs *;II>H> i' %  i IT .si's.imte, ingvr and dancer I Hunlr. ttM H" %  %  tanas • did the following two davs jn.1 nighU. A TEACHERS' TRAINING COLLEGE i> very MMntUJ in pMOmgMiW country, Mr. James H Kilkenny. Headmaster (i[St Miirv'-i Anehcan School. Vretxln:h.">|< British (iuiana. told the Advocate yestei-day. Mi Kilkenny %  gpandina M\ uriUfi' boUda in the aland H* li itayinR with Sfit, and Mrs Frank Edwards at Da' The sBsakar win i>Ratp I B ot Ban I CallfxniKi He is aulh-.i bed i-v Mirthoi Church, rhs firs rch of Christ, S. ,' Brrtam Atteas The New l !" 0, )• !" *^ h '£!**^'• lAickie* Qrrhstru U sapeetsd lo ""* hr f A" n Sc r^ "-^'i t, jps m Ranado* after many quwtlons of vital Impo,ance to eseryoM to-daj H lecture Is snUtaM i I Ptom liarbadoi the troupe >v Meaea Its RatnatatonMnt ot hoping to tour Jamaica. Aruba. Primitive Cbristaantty aitj] %  % %  i "Hi" spiritual Healing" in particular I '..mla -* %  he will BtNSS UM _^^^^^,^^_ prayer to heal all type" of rtiei and destroy P This leclunWhl I i > Ki'-t Church nf ChTW i | IW Hiulgelown It <>i>eTi OBITUARY i/r.s. C. Cobham Snipers Kill Legionnaire %  In ii I havvisiti %  i ta TT'NIS. Feb. 22. It was V rued that auiper fired on a military patrol at Kef -iurln* the night killing a French I %  AutborUle* :i it military patrol In the centre l ... T B) this nme h,. was oft* tlie w,,|,:i '-' v VISBea 1 UU Nortn Point Liahtheuei Ttui *hal --t u ( day they ran into strong winds i"**fl Pinion I and the nhb-.ni bn-ke. and about ,rrl rau 5 h ,u "• '"" l w M> c'osoek in the svaftiraj the) lf Sighted the U*t raptained bv ''*P*< h the Age Or. T>m PolUrd who agreed to take them on board, but said he could not take their vcw-l in tew, the tide being hard ami ths wind i %  .w ten trough! Ashore They wei P wuugnt about II o'clock %  i'ii • %  lbs leieher rJllcleni scop*' I .. %  pupils wliHr ths 'lull one |inrf Bjsbors Thursday schools are vny up.t*'Anrthcr nttnek WBI made durnight, none the WOTSt tm then at most of the schools I visited. ing the night at Boussi El Bey. experiwice. .' '> wort -n a ggjven miles from Tunla where The boat which is valued al shots .-re rtred at H oasslns car. ^bout $750.00 was not covered b> %  as in)urod but several Insurance. Mixed CnmOsi bullet holes were found In the The owner told the Advocate .;< KOkennj itressed ih.it he mat when his boat did not return, f. Ifi .' ; romotkM bv ;ittBitimenl ha reported the matter to the and abHlt< f tl Fisheries Officer, and asked if he %  chiavs bettei rSBull Tt> would send the Investigator W in British Ouiana search for the Ses l-ard. He was no age grouping .mil mo thru informed that the Inveatlgaschools ^ire Mixed s tor was Itself out U> sea, and that He said that British Guiana there was no radio on board. also I He thought dial if il -n, i>sCoUegS •' siblj to get In touch with ihe thtoumi the Instrt Inveatlgator al the time, she Mi I U could have bwn asked n, oarry Education At first II had I I out ihe search, and perhaps the of only three, but today II Sea Lord might have been wived, niton This was lh,. onl) yeef he did In not renew the Insurant., I 1 on tho boat. automobile Last niaht's incidents bring the death tool |n Tunis since rioting Started "Te on January 16 ln killed .md more than 200 wounded. nthla t'obham passed Btfa ol February I inj and |u i tiu.uniii thai II,I would be siKir*"d l nme. the hin.h and *• ,. ( ii Hoi quiet unaaln| manner, lb dignity and h which she laced tn ol iii. sncV asp lalrj to ;"" %  | bang) sn %  .. ougtu up iii the ,; st Cyprian's, isachei ms married at s; Cyprian's, and Inusd he. worship H ^ ( labss 1 church. She was Isid t< sstbury Cssneb %  In pn'seticr nf iatl MM .d the ,.n pab i life i large gulhKod fritndj her almoat all her life and I II KII.KINM whom her passing of deep regret. iU t-CFM Raff TO-/* I i tm nrsl sreal task ol hunMnlty is nnl dellveranir bj Ihe suord but deliverones hrssn the .word —David Llovd I.corse Death Due To Toxemia And Bronchial Pneumonia ninc-maa jury ksatfa due rd %  INDIANS SEE HARD IN JAMAICA SAYS SAHAY at Ti %  %  'leal s/ork. includli I %  \.. \ mi %  ii r I A teacher' years ami i ,,t •, .. %  %  ' I Most of the Indians in Jamaica the Wes' Indies and tndll unlike those in Barbados sre were closely related and workers on plantations. Due to wag much ln common hence tlisy the lacfc of work, there is iome should try ui know each other hardship existing among them, more and more. but snorts are being made by the (iiivrrnmenl and aome prominent Indians to amello inaii c nihtion. Shri Anand asenan Sahay. Indian CommlaWoner for W< • Indies and British GuiBna told the Advocate last night The Commissioner who was In Jamaica since February' 5 on un C Tlcial lour passed through, here I. st nipht by B.W.I A. on his way I ick to hi* headquarters In TrinlOjd. At the airport to meet him vere some members of the Indian Community here with whom he chatted for a few minutes. Ha .ui that he had visited different parts of Jamaica where the Indians were living in order to study conditions for himself Mil known that most of them were very poor because there was no work, but of course. In some parts of the country, s me were better off than others. The housing condition! In some E the Island were good. ut ihe hurricane had done great damage and the Government was trying to render assistance by The College c :i to students. Thi th! %  jnd fen nehlal pneu %  to His Mr i A %  i i) .tini %  %  Hall st Michael was concluded I I In .ui| On Thorrbury Hill. Chris! Chun I Hi Ik d t 'he i\ rang to laken to thg itiMiis um svKtr i'i i. 'it* \ RtlJAHLi: HI RM I MIKMIN MllH t.neetiul ill expelllns uorm> (Kound and Thread) Sperlall> rriommended for %  i snd adullKdlllS SIIIMAIIIII rvWMl Mb. I. I'riro I Mil. %  Ihe formula of I'rol Hugh Mar Lean. For the treatment ol Aridity, lii.IU--.il... Flalulrtirr %  .I Hi IIUHIIII 4 Full Supply uf kmillN liAKIIIN SEEDS • MI %  "! (Ann Aid %  BR Klaa BBBBU shltmwni nf UI.AOIOI.I s irlulli lilil 11 WEATHEKHEAD LTD. Selling \i: limns M-SJK Dili I, < u i I aparats Dr w rMetali '"i men snd women who po.t m rirm • live at ih'C o U sssj to UH entire 1 lieniHl "f their training. bronchiid pneomoi %  said that an naasaajj Blirv nn ,|„. htp ol AM subjects are taught on tho H (| ' ' Crush He inl m<-toT_ cycle ROkenny said Thu Col/ Hill. I %  While it ,. not him. Wl "1SSJ that th. laachei i bond in the Hill thia Colk for the •, ..' obtaining ins U-ainlng th!ion dc AN AMI said that l I .' Kilkenny II. jili • %  %  %  :ed through the %  rueh bBa worked i I I l •tand ."i iv. but .it %  Then : odatlon lor this %  .i ,; in tho trench. : them sppesn Hll. in need of medical EPHEDROL i/iiitfc/> rclicvci COLDS and CATARRH Il clears the nasal pa-sages in remove sfatioeei and the diilrcs films which were shown ihe protection and encouragei"s n l'7 m '*'* „ ta ,„ dltlcrenl places where meetmem of Ihe Covemmenl and This is hi. I r.l vu t • JJJ;_ inn were held and Ihoy were people ol thai lalamd. do. although hi. fan.il) .11 r.g. Lmtly appreeialed. not only by Hi .aid that ke was ,ocr he lar v.sllorv H. IL Indian" bul bv non-Ind.an. as did not hare much lime hm M enol and heallh "'.. he would hav* liked to meet Mr He said that a new law had G. H. Adams. He was. however ln passed In Jamaica enabling glad 10 hear that his Party was loose who wanted lo cremate very successful al the last Genihelr dead bodies Instead of buryeral Elections and al he wa ing Ihem and added that there honoured in Ihe New Year Honwere some other laws that were %  ..Liioration such as the Hindus and Muslims Marriage and Divorce Law. which would soon be brought before the legislature. "Jamaica has a vary prosper. list Lord 10 nf 1 Hi HI Reaches B.C. md take! _._ In seabathing He "I-, admires %  aches Meat Barbadian* appear to be very hospitable find courteoi strangers." He ha" been in the [• %  :, %  IT year* and Is <. O0 1 igo he "npoinlof %  .I.,,, A•• • time he wsa senior %  rnastei %  •• I" Anglican Srhord. DECREE NISI T.r 1 U v'iMtlr,". d ''levera?' i p l^ "on 0OaTWM,TK. ^.".ruTl'lufn^ey^deser^e lh. 1 Chief Sc„ u u, r d „„..,,.„ .,. .ndustrv because they have beaurived in Georgetown on Thursday liful beachoh and beautiful hotela evening He Is a guest at %¡ which are run on a ver>" high e-nment House for a week be. ,^, rt f rwwr.. „nH sundard. I hope that wit* the lore flying to Jamaica for the Brat M^r.mon.al "^.J growth of the industry, the peoCaribbean J^nboree^ pic will be happier A detachment of Dutch Seou.. Mr j us u ^vmpathetie Presa arrived from Surinam on Thura,„„„„,,, | The Commissioner ^aid lhat the day to preet Lord Rowallan an I M M Marshall Press was always sympathetic 'o join the week-end colony Sen.! Q | Uaraha lowardi Indian new* and views R"U>'. Lord Bowallsn i* m-seting Mr n H I. Ward knsti and through auch mutual under>he BrlUsh (.ui-.: M |, ,\ Banhald, olicltor of the (.landing, tfjey were hoping to ell on FViday and win attend •>* firm of Hutchlnaon t Banfleld create better fiiaoidshlp between investiture of King's Scouts. appe.i Jjovabla CEPEA FABRIC H rreu>e resisting Finish designs against while lor SPORTS or DAV vide. grounds. Suilahle Wear — M inches -1 Sl.7 FLOWERED HOPSACS \ (rassM resisting finish in altrarlive Isjajfaal — :M. inrhes wide. %  sl.7. rd. S2.IM. CAVE SHEPHERD & CO. LTD. 10, II, 12 & 13, BROAD STREET %  yHJ-: hpha/onr irraimeot for Avhau h so Minpk*. M> stui.k. ao cflevuvr 1 All yuu do la awalkm one unall lablci. and relief starti sanoit SiuncdiaitW l-'phanmc anumi icvcrat healing agents which arc relcaaed on reaching ihe stomach and siart tu dii>ole ihe grrm-ladcn attfumulauooa whtch congeu the hmnihial tuhei I"his sue n 1 ills all v halancrd prcparaiton brings the boon of easy breathing, and has ihr addiiinnal advanugr of safeguarding Ihe mind Irom ihe Jn-ad ol thMKUCII ntrvs-raskmg mitlaughli. 'ITierc 11 nodnng %  BBS ease I p-wnnr lable are tu hand* There it nothing to anecl. nuilung to inhale. Ephaaanc has iiMxecded In saaea of Aitluna. Brun.hiti* and Hrunthial Caurrh %  shi.li prcvMualy acetned bupelvaa. Thai a baa dune fui txhers, M can do foe yuu I rOR ASTHMA AND BRONCHITIS TAKE Qarngp. UM kj all-|.ilrrd (- .ti I' ., -J.SH.H, asH IS; a %  SSVOIS 4 SOSS HO P.O. Baa 1*' ".1 f. ;. %  •HARRISON'S Broad St. SOMETHING QUITE NEW— THE "VERITAS" SUPERSPEED INCANDESCENT OIL LAMP (NIC'KKI. PLATED) DeinK constructed Id hum Ordinary lamp Oil M'ariifliii or Kerosene) this is the Lamp wi'h which yuu Must NOT use Petrol. Methylated Spirit or other highly inflammable liquid The "VI'KITAsS" || sate and simple til UM strike :i M.dch and you hav.' iiistanlaneuuk IN Candle Power Illumination. NO PUMPING — NO PRCSSURI NO I>ANOEK WITHOUT SHADE $20.00 COMPLETE WITH SHADE $24.00 HARRISONS Hirdware Store Tel. 2364. I 00tt 100'0'd il l'lll>s''l!K ii>KKR I SEE HIE FILLERYS SAVtS LABOUR. SAVES TIME. SAVES rUEL oBTAiNABi i: raoM Mrssra. C F Harrnun Co, Ltd l)a CoaU


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pAC.r six BARBADOS AllVOCAlT. sATtwo.vv. rtsauAav a. ust CLASSIFIED ADS. mtewour isoi i ......I-IH'l.ll ia %  and t f+n\ * <* %  txiw*e* %  • %  •r . : ,.. arta* I • .*•• ANftCH X'MIMI OK SALE AUTOMOTIVE r rati i.ovr A MIIM* LOST FW" P*"'"' %  "' n W "i TAKE NOTICE )1U **" %  I In Ual-Af* ri in M SAUH HEAL ESTATE how**. all ro ... i" !-%  • • Kd A. a*." tn HI;.\T IKHM s GOVERNMENT NOTICES DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION LWflBVIliXBoara teHM, altua**Kl -*" %  Fjfl* Hall Co*i*' Apv* £*)< %  Hall Com** irnMifHEn i i AT *,rtli • ri'*'.. %  I lD I s %  "WC The uiMWiatg-wd I It. paMtf iMfMlM Jimf> i*ft on fit-' 1*1 IAH MMUKS n\HR\IKii CIVIL SERVICE \-MH I \||(|S %  i -. ltM %  Ma.urll liB H I r • I Ho*4 ol Ul inilhc* imb.i* i>< I.I.TC l*ni'* Vacant poMCHMn For lu.ttL*. P*1*lM lnp*tto *..d ILILIIIII— r of MW *M>I> i' .. nANt1R!J>. Sow .Una. lamn •*("! Ift 1 U n l-Wld."-! I .1 A W. L S..I-.M. IM nu.' .1 UM La it Annual MmUtM and tpcrUI Martin* of ll Jul To ***i-iv*> lie B'W1 ol tho I >r IM KnaixUl SUtrmeat i UM Auditor.' IU. II | in ai-i %  %  'b HI AiwUor %  KM FUR IHI M ll'l *• CLEAR MRAW BUOAB TO Ttit rtBin rLtntKfVTitif l Isi Angusl iS2 2 15th September to izth December 3 12th laonary to loth April. IMS The estimated loitnightly requirements arc .5W> to lo.OOn poundl of *ug*i Person* tendering must quote th# price per pound plus deliver v rharge. find IT* required to submit a sample of sugar. SopptfW mml be delivered to the -chool* erery two wiek* nc cordlni to the requirements of the individual school*, uttd all deliver• fat -nmplptrd within thrr* dB> llrt numt tbvH nil lequlrrment* of the school! ^dutlnj the tnildnW tWofp, nd mukt renrh the colonial S*?crt-tar> • lt*l ihsn U o'clock noon on Satrlrda*. thf 19th March mdvra rtttai be miHtM -Tendrm for thr •**• Ht tr to thr nrtiiir PlewMitar^ 1>MM." rh* person whoM tenrter i* arc>ptKl mull b* prtparM lo furn-j ih '.'in surMim for the dtie pWormancf trt rfip roeitrtct The OntMtim*nl (*o* not hind ltf*M id ncrfcpt the IOWM: O %  ny if-ndrt Ifith FMiruar* '• M S M—Sn. GOVE RNMENT NO TICE DEPARTMENT OP EDUCATION Tenders for the Sunply of Preah Cow s MilK to tiie Public lUmenwry Schools publk fliauinlan aWaeoli IHlBiataliill h* iaiand mirtni w rouowmt chool tma: — [ Augusl 1952. 2 IMh Scptrmbrr lo 12th December lt42, to 10th April 1W3 PirticuU.* of the M.1K anI "" reference at the Colonial Scrrctr> s Office. Peraon, tende..n B muM l* pnptrad to lurnuh two aureUe. for me due oeTformance of the Contract T^^nl.rs m rk M -T**, ,or ,, „p^l W f+.Cg*.** Offlc. no' lar th.n 12 o'clock noon on Salurd.). the 15lh ol Mtch. ""The Covernmeol doc* nol lnd NNU lo .cccpl lh lwwfl ot n, imdcr. 19th Pebruary. 11*52. 23 2 52—3ii SHIPPING NOTICES . I nm auinrT** %  i 1 %  .IMIIM %  %  I %  •• r GOVEBNMLM N0TM1S TENDERS POR UNIFORMS uInvttad lor :hi" making "f Utdfonna tor the | • the Commtsslon. hould bo ,i d i-nrflopea %  . % %  |, ofBcei bj colonial later than Iri reh 1952 I , I. gel %  %  • fOI I1JII-,UI %  : aa the %  n -3i i DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION RcKifltrnlion of Relief Teachers. 1952 53 vlted fro VACANT H>ftt OF VMftWd 0BTtt1ttCIA^ MATERNITY HOSPITAL Apphtationa are invited from Registered Medical f'ractitionr.s the Pftit-time non-pensionable poat of Visiting Obstetrician, Maternity Hospital, which will become vacant on the 10th of March. 1952 The salary attached lo the post is at the rate of $1,152 per The Maternity Hospital is one of twafH) beds with a imternal Clinic attached. It is primarily a teaching Hospital fbr Students and twenty are trained annually It Is served by n Matron, three graduate nurse-mid wives and the usual subordinate stafj. In addition to the ordinary dulie*, the Visiting Obstetrkli will ho requlr-d to assist in the training of Midwlves and I MptTvUloB of the maternal clinic Applications -ihoulri be addre-Sfd tn thr Colonial Secretary. Barlox. so as to reach his offlre not inter than the Wth of February. 1852 17 252—3n. ^_^_^^__ tendeH For Transport Of Officers • Tenders are Invited fbr the conveyance by motor-car of iht Revenoe omcer^ from Bridgetown to Mount Gay Distillery, St Lucy. MI' for the Officer* and return, for the period 1st April, 1952 to 31 t M-rch. 19*3 1. Approximately three visitwrekly at the Distillery are necesi nnd the Mme spent in waiting varies from three to six hours, i 3 Tenders shntild he for a rat.per-mile Including waiting at the nitlllety. The mntot car provided is to bo approved by the CompIrollei nf Customs finm Wftotn fnrth-r Information may be obtained 4 Tender'. nddre*wl to th< t' ilonlal Secretary and not to any Officer bv name, and marlted on the envelope "Tender for Transportwill hi received at the Colonial gg VuU t**! Office up to 4 p.m. on FndBJ 14th March. I!K ', The nocerrnnendO' nol bind Itself to accept the lowest or •">' tMdW l.2.52-3n -e k^ HARRISON LINE OUTWARD FROM TH1 1IM11D KINODOM Vessel SS. 'THILOSOPHEH SS •DEFENDER" SS ss puanwr BTUDBfl From lj>ndon & M brough Liverpool & Glasgow London Glasgow & Liverpool Due Barbad< i 12th Feb. 28th Feb. lflth Feh 29th Feb. 4th Mar 11th Mar. |gj Mar 14th Mar. IIOMLVYARIi I OR 'I 111 I Ml Hi hlM.IHlM 9 s s s. Vessel "CROFTER" "UlOGHAlMIEir For London. Liverpool Closes in Barbados 2flth Feb. For frthrr InfUrmatlon apply to DA COSTA & CO., LTD.—AgenU jti for re, Reikf Teachen PI quo Uflcd to persons 9 i Certlftctta oi %  lualiilcalion. he suhmlUM on M (Men) or FortJ E' I W (.Won.' %  '<' 0 "' lp ii. should Director < %  ( Edu.-atiuin Friday, I RELIEF TEACHWHO WISH TO HAVF THEIR NAMES RETAINED ON IE REVISED LIST. MI^T IN„ at,., M THE DIRECTOR BY LETTER NOT LATER THAN FRIIRUARY, 1932 : of Education. IHh February. 1952. 2S 2.52—2n TAKE NOTICE^ DART | ft cd IN* i I N-w Vo-k Unlfd S'al i BOILERS FOR SALI %  'hell ivpe CORNISH fire tube boiler; 5 feel m diameter and fourteen tret' long, wnfklng pressure up t 25U lbs. per square inch. ultra arc complete arltn all boiler mountings, fuel oil burners %  .ink-. 1Mb 'upeihcater. If leqnired. Can bo seen at Everrsn Pumping station, St. John. Will usold singly. reMeri to be 'ui.mlttdi 10 the Honourabl h.(,,re Fridrtv 201h February. 1932 a n < r..>, Cotipi* k.tl B A Colonial Secretary —21.2.52—3n ^MCOCU&M^C* NEW YORK SERVICE ..i _, % %  %  .... TCtl-l' Part "A" %  >< tWirte* _^a.lnir SOfsml ;.r.. iiMkllc*. pJm. % %  i a 1 n rsaishw %  Ml the 11*1 tav •" ftCirT. %  . %  : %  %  ...efc x* TtiP Itadr mark can o arn %  I mv oflcr bi rta r+gSlJP VACANT POST. ABSlStANT MASTER. GRAMMAR SCHOOL Appl.cations are invited for the post ot an Assistant Master, Grammar School. St. Vincent, who will be required to teach Chemistry .-ind Botany up to the Higher School Certificate Standard. Applicants should be Graduates or holders of the Inter-Science or Higher School Certificate The salarv o! the post la: — (a) For a Graduate—$1,440 by 9J to $1,920 (b) For Intermediate or H.S.C.— $1,200 by $72 to $1,440 The commencing salary will depend on experience and standard : wnrk A temporary tost of living allowance l payable at the usual rate iiranted to Civil Servants. The appointment will be probationary tor one year in the DTSi instance, and the appointee may be conflrmtej in the permanent, pen-, -lonable post after one year's satisfactory service. The Grammar School is under the control of the Government of, St Vincent, and teachers on its Staff possess the status of Civil. Servants j Free passage to St Vincent to take up appointment is provided. Applications, with details of education, qualifications, age and] < xpertence. and copies of not more than tltree testimonials should be sent to the Education Officer. St, Vincent, to reach him as soon n %  tv.*dble and In any went not later than the 29th February. 1952 10.?. 52—2n /,V/MW.^WyW-AWeWOWW^ Here's something you hnvent been able to get for a long Mme ...... %  MT Qt'ALiTY ST. OEOROES MARBLE LIMP. ft In Air tight drums A few only available at,. CENTRAL FOUNDRY PIER HEAD. X(lt ORLEANS SERVICE .:! |MA l>bini.i> mm. n .1... It M.I i r.bt.i.rr am vr. partaad. CANADIAN SERVICE \ STKAM A Ml 'Mil: gggMlfggl I • %  • M .ccommodaUo %  I %  TMi fct-n-n Mh Much 1ml April gM Ap.il llth May TtMM fvaWtl hv llmltrd p^tarnir ROBERT i ii. -M LTD. — NEW YORK AND GULP flRVICR APPLYt— DA COSTA CO. LTD—CANADIAN WFRVIC1 aoiu in TIIOM i.nu M:II PLANTATIONS Bt'lLDING. LOWER BhOAD STREET IVM-H.' r .! %  AsenU for: Traru-Csoatia Alrlmea. B.O.A.C. and B W.I.A. ALtO\ STEAMSHIP COMPANY NOTICE ARROW %  B* ,.II in ih n ..I .ncli rPgH 1 %  LTD. ,.. '.'.'.*.'.'.'.'.'*:'.:'.*.*.'.:'.'.*•' %  '•••rrrsrs '.**".'.' %  %  %  PROPERTIES FOR SALE I Unlrooms. !;L.S. WILSON It tire w,wwo^ (I) Tin* properly known Road. H consists of i acre of i verandah, drawing. iimlnK in I (21 P : (3) Si eUed -v. Ing room up and bedrooms, toilet ind batl %  will. •'' (H'<t its service urgently needed to serve adequately and efficiently the crowinp social. commercial and industrial needs of the Island, lo revise its rates as from and after the First day of April next as follows: Exchange Extension Service Service (Minimum rate an pa) BlNiKillBii.lRi-i nrvs dVnrr II." dt-m-i Bridgetown (Dial) s MO H M $2 00 $1 50 St. Lawrence (Dial) n.oo 6.00 2(H) 150 St. ArMa (Dial) B N 6.50 2.00 1 50 SI J.ihn (Dial) 10.25 7.25 200 1.50 Speilhtstown (Manual) 10.50 7.50 200 1.50 Although the excett mileage crtargtss in force here are very considerably lower than those which obtain elsewhere it is not proposed to make any increases at this time. These new rates compare favourably with those in l"rce tn the more important colungBP in tins area where Liar class of %  22.2.52—3n.



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ESTABLISHED 1895 SATURDAY FEBRUARY 23. 11152 PRICE FIVE CENTS N.A.T.O. EXPERTS MAKE BIG DEMANDS Ike Will Arbitrate Dispute Over Command LISBON. Feb. 22. It was learned that military Urgcls adopted bv NATO call lor 50 divisions and more than 3.500 war-planes bv th..' • ncl of this year These goals wore set bv nnanciaf and military experts after having reconciled the capabilities of the NATO member nations with the needs of the miliurv leaders. Both (brunt will be published at the end of the NATO • Niittrencc here t the insistence uf U.S. representative. so lhat the American public will have a chance to see what Ihcir investment in Europe is worth. %  Ili ad llw-se are only ———— 'Stella Polaris' Calls With 167 Tourists pools (iml much depends on downs of other factors. Including how I | >>ngiess will appropriate tn Aid In the next Fiscal Year, which will be discussed next tnunUi in Washington. It was learned that Gen. Elsenhower will personally arbitrate the dispute over who will command Greek and Turkish land forces in order to soothe ruffled Italian feelings. Offended The Italians were very offended by the decision that the Grawt and Turkey's o odd divisions would be placed dlreott> under Admiral Robert B. Cam.). NATO Southern European r •, rather than under Italian Li. Gen. none. hi a deputy, in command of all I-Bo forcM in Im command. Italians came here determined not to agree to this thnngp of command winch was interpreted In Rome as a delib< rate slap at Italy. Since the (.reeks were the victims of Italian aggression in the last war and they wenequ.il!> adamant about refusing to serve under an Italian commander an impasse was reached. Now the Italian have withdrawn their objections on the >i:ider*tanding that Eisenhower %  ill work out a final compromise. NATO Defence and Finance Ministers reached "almost full on the com pile led problem ol "Infra .sWurlurc" -the 'lucstion of how much each country pays for the buildim; of Allied air. field ,md comnmnicatloiifc networks in Western Europe Argument Argument over thi' question ix-nan when the French. very short of money owmj to the heavy %  net of : war and internal inflation demanded, lha: the U.S. pay 60 per cent, of all costs with Flnt iin giving about IS per lent, and Frame ^li^litly Ivs. Tho Americans particularly Secretary of the Treasurv. John W. Snvder flatly refused. 11 is not vet known what is the total amount allotted for "Infra structure" nor what the percentages for each country will be. but the toUl is expected to be about S5oo.ooo.ooo with the U.S. providing 45 per cent. Earlier it wan learned that military targets adopted by NATO and military experts for the end of this rear ne | total of SO divisions and more than 3.500 tactical aerop,unM -Uf. The 2.800-ton tourist ship Stella folarja (.ringing her first batch of tourists to Barbados this year arrived in Carlisle Bay yesterday morning with 167 tourists. The I Stella Pelarto has already been on louri.'t cruises tn Barbados. The srfbW-w inflows of th" Broad Street stores presented a treat contrast compared with the dull appearance which they gave t the last lourUts who arrived here by the FRiprt.. of Svotlaml on tbe day after King George Vl's death, -ititl aa usual some of the BOUftfta did a lot nf shopping in Bridgetown for souvenirs. Many, however, preferred to go sight-seeing and visiting various %  nterestinit jnd historical places of the island Such places as the Museum. Codrington Col lee e. Cherry Tree Hill. Ilaokletotfa Cliff. Bathsheba. the Crane and Sam Lardi Castle were visited. The Rlella Polaris ran aecom. modate %  ' tnuriits and has a crew of 183 She left yesterday evening fur Martinique and will then be guing to Antigua. St. Thomas, C&ldad Trulillo, Jh0 Moslems suffered mild heart attack while en route here by air Wednesday from Pack i. P.iki*1an His staff physician attending /him at Government House in Calcutta, ordered complete rest. The Aga Khan's mOVla kUM Rita Hayworth'^ father-in-law. was accompanied by the Bejjum-1nsfourth wife a former French beauty—V.P. British and Hollywood film star David Niven accompanii-d by his Swedish born wife, arrived in Hurbndog yaoterdji) Mr. Nivi'n is lean left, ilightino irom the B.W.I.A. 'plan.Saawel] top right autoKraphin^ an alburn for a lady outside the airport's Terminal Buudiaa and bottom right, chackiii ihrou^h Ininiiyr.itmn at Saawvll iVil hit wife. Desperate Attempt To \voitl Collapse of Franc U> JAIK MllKMKIl. PAR! %  "Ttu BgtUi i the Franc" 1 by ,,-in nth-old gover nm at r c, agalrstt a li vgrlopit.fr, into its warned, in a Franc itrophic i on %  nt. industrial lite the fretu s from %  i %  The-e d ras ti c measures decided B several days ago. were put %  advert* ba lance i with %  hi January, th deficit of M in -de V p.U ExportImport clearinghouse. i ril >ed by tfflcials a.IMIISI and lemporao.' weiv part of a fullscale campaign aimed at stahiliiaUoo of the Fri tern and a return to con! %  lha franc 171 to the dollar and the price of gold is 808 %  gram Dm expert Imoui in %  :-OUld 111 no ihe desI'iiKhi of France %  %  %  %  Bahincc-of-Paymcnts deficit. Supervisor Of Visual Education France Purges Army uf the The Ndltoil ,,. into the Nationalist-held area of Kcngtung Stale, Burma and reported the buildup of Nationals forces under Chinese Moslem Qem Ma Chaw VI CHARGE FOR MEDICINE POSTPONED IXJNUON. Fob. 21The Conservative Uovcinmcii'. [potted Its decision to impose charges on dental b and medical prescriptions under the state-run National Health BerVlC*. it was learned here today A group >f Conservative member'* of Parliament opposed the charges at a private meeting ruesdar nlghl because they were unpopular In their coasUtuenctei Critics ol the plan were purlieu la rly opposed to maximum charges of fl for ment dental TRU0E NEGOTIATORS MAY SOLVE DEADLOCK PARIS, Feb. 31. re is taking quick eliminate the Communist Fifth from tin,II mv and ap allout purge of the .Hti ps is underway according to reliable source*. They said the i room was also through civilian i aviation and oihei vital Industrie. which In the raw of aimed co ltllet Would I-' ,lo.el. .1 % % %  •>• ll I with the nation's war easel Tho War Ministry itai b ming the lid down on C< some time ago. I not being O'lvertlsed bul th*) art etfaetl The man pereo n all) ble fi" 0 fl full m iVf cleanup U State Secretary for WinI'M ne Dr OhavtglM hirnclf a regular army officer. Sources said all doubtful cases get a thoiougli review before a i.'.ni.ei A *U*i>ectcM •1 1. ajsnri Wai Ministry whan ... ire 1 mtelly studied %  • •• tralnad staff. Tin' .any offlceis convicled uf ComMii* nist leaniiiK Unreliable^ are being i in the old PreaMl • %  ,1 quiel little %  .'(". in the i" tl'cic pooilmnt> to stir 1 trouble .md even there, their a' tivlly is watched aCO 1 —r.p. ieadtl David Niv<*n Arrives Here From T\ew York BRITISH and Hollywood mm st. 11 David Nlven K companied by hih ftwtduth born urtfg iljoniij, Qtnlwrfl arrivad in Barbadoa veabTdaj morninB ait.-i an %  11011-slop lliiilil Irom Naw VrK willed Wag broken onl> when thrv Bv0PPd .il Tut' 'bid <>\. MM I %  Thoy arc hgtC Pot thKC 1 Mgg' h"lnl.t\ Igytfl >\ Ihe St %  g coast as gu* j i I lin maud Ti* "Haron Bay". II %  u I ... iiiormng st tl airport with two flight-. %  afb ..in,, la eg u.i urn rtai ottsM tee fi lends off lli i. ..lie >\' i couple ol gusBgnph hunters on %  %  he ws! araiUi pUl into 1 L.iltdi „ lew ol Uv 'i, at bun Churchill Starts Dona tii m 11 liza tion PANMUNJOM. Kfli 21. and Communist Irucc niy.liat.i. United Nations 5.000 troops and one por United Nations negotiators were confident that the gap could be closed. But delegauons for the eighth straight day argued fruitlessly over UN JJ'* ll0n '• Russia as the sixth "'*"'"' nation to supervise the armistice. Communist Colonrl Pu San said UN reasons for rejecting Russia were, "absurd and unworthy of refutation U.N*. Colonel Darrow retorted thai the Allies refused to "enter into any discussion* of this matter. f entry apart New Proposals In an adjoining conferenci I he Communist* submitted new draft proposal on th change of prisoners. lent e*> They offered" to raise"" trie number of entry ports through which troops might be rotated from four to rive if the Allies would limit replacement to 30,000 per month Darrow countered with an offer to reduce the previous demand for seven entry ports to six if Reds would raise the ceiling on rotated troops to 35.000 He said : "I think you will find It a reasonable sotuUon to the two problems confronting us." Communist Colonel Chang San rejected the U.N. offer. -He said his proposal was "my final offer." However Darrow said all Chang % propositions are "final" —CJ. MAN FOUND DEAD IN POOL OF BLOOD The betfr el Sft-rar.old Clement Medford of BellepUlne. M Andrev., wae fexad lywg In DM ,| Mood on Hagl'tlt Sold. 81. MUr.M seer thr Agricultural station u.i,,,!.,.. about 3.3* .in A cow wma else giseevrred *!lve seme feel way from (he dead nun's bogr The body uv first found Or (tunRprnrer of 1 il.. St. Andrew, and later the Pellre and tloroner Mr. AW. Harper were nellliraV Chief Inaawctor Franklrn arrived on tbe scene aceeeapanleg b Dr. L S. I ippii who i.rned out a prrllmlnarv examination and ordered the body le be rrmovnl to thr. St Andrew Mortuary There was a gash ever the dead man's left eye. Mr. A. W. Harper. f"n r -n? r or Dhtrlrl "F". will hold an inqurM Into the rircum%  Sanees surroundlne the death of Medford on Toes dsr. rebrusrr U. L.N. Repulse Red Attack TOKYO. Feo 2J •. IUOH DatUtan sources said that a Commum>l Battalion attacked th,. Allied held island of Yang Do off Korea's East Coast above the 40lh parallel on Wednesda> but r U.N. company repulsed the acsault. The island is near Songjin, key North Korean coast city. Tho Communis s attempted to take tin Island after soiling out to U sampans M-ny of Ihe Reds were captured including the Battalion Commander The island IS believed to Ixgarrisoned by a company of South Korean Marines eommanded b r a US. Marine officer Allied fire was reported to have Mink sonv ol the sampans It was not reliably reported whether the Communists were North Korean* or Chinese -C.P. I .ON DON The ('ii..iiiii.ii oi Britaii nationalised iron and rteal indu uned in possible Iri) mova bj I'nme Minister WlTst ton Cluiiehill to return industry t<> free enterprise Steven J. I. Hardle. if Uif government operated industry for lltl than ,-i vear. sent his resignation Minister of Supply. Duw Siindv. Churchill*! wm-m-law i ,,.,,.. ,i Churchill toughl Mitarly again si ihe Labaui Parly' nai %  %  ion ol iron and *"**! %  He pledic-i Ihe industr> loft nershlp If he • resiKn'.%  %  first move in Then I lerril itfla ahe i before Churchill succeeds in rethe mil prival I Cli %  Hi Iwrhen and if it get* bock mdustr> back to publfc -..i tliat reason the Conis faeei' v th a dtfl investors would hesitate \-< <^ ; IUI n >-'e*i -itii (he threat hanging over Ihem that Hid h^ve to give up then holdings again at an an*e*jnoml ,i ,,,,,, tl i Socialist* .-ome back —1 -* (jotonalion Likely In August I .ON DON F* DaU] i *ni. i in .i BIU hold Ins coronutton in lab or early Septembci. T *.,i,\ that the Wi rl D %  an makinj ai < of hou long it would inraquln Ui prep-1. 1 M.l. t. on,oil. tunenl ui %  oun Official Kail Marshal th %  | .il b tollowi i ri' ostuTU i nut lo lha 'in ri HI : %  ide againil it. am|ha l pntnunmi • it. oi dep n with effect from tt %  i %  N ka>. Uong I leik. A. I OtnOI .i' Dl ..itioiiit ulio left Ihe Colony on t.tiii January iw5i, t„ un4argo %  L : u, u in Si Ittat il Methods in' iii.'.uuuv i • I .... llesesrch <>t of the W< i India in Jamaica Itai I ••ill >> iiitiitiii., ...• i i toiu \lt Wllkie urll %  ni the Account en) whet ( .'dish Thl III I .:-'! I. Bl| All..' ;^ii>iiion KI Isxfl 'lie Colony on Hi. lltl ii i the pul %  . iitling oi %  %  Appeal .n hut %  %  .( %  Honourable < • I. i %  • %  i %  .'i < 'n.-f Ji.in con i duties ( %  ppo I p Aodito been asaai 'f %  V %  cotncldcnce David Nlvan aud Patrick Ell.un. usual ut the IB foot yaelit "Bopranino" wblcb croied the AUanUc In Og'/t day* went to the same -chool glowt Hrliool in BuckiiigHsiuiiirfl Hopuiuiui' and bar crew of two air -till io Barbados. it sraj .1 sesM n aalal tgd arnan Bing Crostq and loi | %  tut occasion tveral res A Legkl Shourr ThNlven 10 50 •/ays 'pin i CENTENARY POSTAGE STAMPS The stamp* orate thr Iseue of the lirsl postage st.-mp In Barbados Will be lsuel j* planned on April 15lh 1932. rven though, they bear the portrait of the late Sovereign King George VI. Work on the stamps waa too far advanced for thrm le he canrelied when the Kins died. They will be withdrawn aller six monlhKWI All M fiom Trinidad torn he I : Sea well on neheduh i lock A Ughl %  ham > %  -in held %  It to the rermlrral Building of tin %  Niven, remaining behind to ml %  i ',i' r < afei Kn. %  i| n .'.I'II i). i,io' kK reassured that II %  i %  On Pair -i | ably be in enrly It iv iMflieved howevui lh.il tli Queen is .mxioiis to get on wu % %  i'i ba i I Mot...Ii |ni 200 yean. •-stimated liml lion this yeai would ti DOO.Mrj syorth \y tmi %  %  %  %  period <'f Co %  wealth 11 Then the om %  I f %  %  II. <' A i. ri Audi* oaicei "" i as An. in \ | i mi, M if Archer, Long Oi ide Clerk %  ui %  i ifn> % % %  i i % %  Miowlng ,.iM>oi'niiicnis b ihe am vn a have bet i m Kh i ii Riloy, Police I ... ba St. %  rd 4 Clerl I %  IBM I | I • Uun.. ,.t ,i iiotpituj |q %  %  %  ISftJ et On i\ifr S Nnl Permanent Solution %  i.t deval i not bnMon of %  ,i nco ,':!. %  : those condiii French %  >ing to i ; kruph y m|rf)rl of Ilentiiil foodstuffs and i % %  i iuts r.p. lAtbour Witts in ANTIC; i -A. rah U Lahoui %  .. e;,pturing all hi Ihi North reeled J %  %  %  posed wlndws ad i; I n. Os. borne; Southern Distrt %  deni of the Labour Unk n w i Mm.., md i C I. Wall Ml w bj his l il, I I .up .ii %  %  %  lency win %  dentlal 1i Q HI Dxi ellencs will leturu to Anlifu.i n Maud 4 i i mean South Africa Will Prodace Uxtaahati %  ii qn Minister of Mines. J. II VlHoea j idaj thai South Amoi will start producing in < ire He Wtd llM House of Assembly that tli(tru%  .,.%  ; i,, iti %  i and An.eri'.'in loans which will 1'l.iUIIIO. V. ill I' I'r Queen Told ^SlayOulOl Politics" n.ii> HeraM %  %  %  PrUwi i i |e ol lentil i lievan. Mloa Lie railed ham Palace *ul of dab dentallj The up %  %  rrfbusM but that Ihi Dell) n i W I %  %  May Soon Reach Agreement CANHRHKA. Feb. 22. I Casey san Poreign M Casey told the H • fain statement that n agreement agaii I %  said it was unwise to be certain'that Austral aboert it .d.plomatlc is strengthen Mfxeeatrtatloi lalreswi ,rrange-l for new Austi .1.IlUn legations at Saigon and Kim1 la's vie loon an


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PAGE TWO BARBADOS ADVOCATE BATUtBAY, rhBKL ABYSS. US2 H ON H A CUKE C.BE. returned from Trinidad yterday morning by PWI.A Ht had be*n itterding ft nv the Board of Directors of ii W V nf which he Ii .1 m*" General Supervisor M R. HEINZ \ HEINRh I! General Supvi visor TC A. St. John*. N.B.. arrived from Bermuda yesterday morning In T^A Hf l> hara on %  flve-djv visit En route To Carnival C APT. and Mr*, Bat. arrived from Berm_ I terday by T.C.A.. to sprnd two days here before goinK dad for Carnival. Capt. Bo*rfcl a TC.A pOM raaldacrl da and vaplain* mo 1 f Iht tJC-A nights which cull thr bados. Capt. and Mrs. % % % %  I gu*-ts of Mr. Hal Baxter. I ( \ .Resident Manager and Mr*. Baxter during then Barbados. President And Vice President A MONG the passer. i< 1 Ing in Barbados >• morning on the louri-t liner SielU I'oUr v and Mm. Cyril Keeti> ajftaB arc making the 38-day ciuisa on the vessel back to New Orleans They are President and Vtta* Presidcr: | Romary Art Gallery In Baltimore. QcUiib galling SAW Nimiu 152 Spring Term 1052 SMALL brochure entitled "London Peogramma fat in the Reading room of the Women, it's says a woman your world ring 1 iel(f 1 SHE TOURS WORLD TO TELL THEM SO *"Women. says Mrs. Houghton, Bee longer than man. th-jpare aaare of them; they spend HS per cent of the national htasm and suggest what men should aa ith the other 15 per cent. British Council, "Wakefleld'. give* an interesting picture of the British Council* work In giving Ore* seas Students a broader view % %  : English life and Institutions. There arc 7-day Survey of Local Government and Criminal Justice, week-end courses at Oxford k Cambridge. Coventry (Reconstruction of a war damage-: City) and In Surrey (life in an English Village) Studs visit (with guides) Include The Royal heard. SS? Museums and*Art CiIll£iY Fift > r B v,n y '" old M Sh hM nUdf * ver 1 ,r 'P* ' ">>. "' clothing expenses and the Times Newspaper offices ano Houghton has no heaitaUon in London. She spent a week Ibera #0 forth are worked out. And he the Battersea Power Station 'naking her own heard. She works in September 1950. attend ing has a proportion of whst la left visits are also arranged to lh n her pet theme 16 hour a dav women's gatherings. tMfllably, Fifteen per cent? Or more? theatre lo see same of the outEvery week finds her In some new she met Lady Aster, for who No comment. standing plays of the season corner of the USA. Often she not-* views she has high regard. —L.E.S. From rKKIlF.KICK COOK Her Husband'* Cash NEW YORK What about MR. Huughlv), %  MRS HIRAM COLE HOUGHTON. president of AmciD make it so she says, is to realuurging them, getting them to cor u,\ h*aaaj a ,*orl ol partner"h e fact And make their MaM along with her on her one-wom::ti ship about money." she explained, crusade. "Our expenditures, our holiday The Unhappy Soap Bubble I of the audioac* whs saw Ue at.elaaof the Blss Ta* sun a>i> At Dawn." at the Empn* Theatre ya*tareay. aSaeua Ue film as tfcey loar* the tbaatre Busman's Holiday Ml* Saw Preview I' trtagesnent of the Esnptrv i Use Suad*v**>< L Theatre gave a u re sw rw *esbiggest newspaper IT terdfty morning at 10 oxl. Speaking of the trip down from the nor:; %  ^ N^Orleans. Mr Keene said thM B u —i n s Hobday or. baard list ,+*• taey are they had a rough time for BBS *se*a raters* aaafca> caUad here •***. first part of the Journey Coming >e-% across the Gulf of M i NI in the pnausai .. ran into %  -quail which !" ke-' :v -< the ship They pnat ii use ship to such sn extent that PJnsenus and aausar pr t s rr aaaaa.ii as __ •enner, who were takins kM '• %  d •* as a ship's news baJapQsi r s A ; thrown Into their ':>tw The bulMw isp wb h ahid sa J" !" : Swedish and English Whan he y be-in. everything was quite T-W> returns le Ssean he srifl reg*"y*. ^ '"uFcSSZ** u b ^ -* Ssvs*. s D the newspaper bust U.S. Author In Antifua ,,x >"**• *** *• bora Arriviiii T, MR W H %  Club are Col Fiank Van Wyck li^SJ *.** %  Arm of V H Wa'Juns ft Paraex*. -ered Architect ? ta jETi! „ kBrraary tsag. aaxTashaa toa> SSMSCSI mm mal arain and the res? .' Journey was very pie| I H OLIDAYING bungalow luxurtou %  i OsM aj Mill Ret SB Asaang OH fT5 — It Fe)t h I tf VA> 11:1 I I -I nma r tu," *i Pnnfh udto Knart *: J IU| i. :i Sh*4ew. M IM i u if>W.>M.: —IMI ~U.lt t!i-- la n. thtnf inT: f rUl M hht-Sn*d and aata ra-Iaa*aa a —mp feabaia. Ta ar .1 aaJiaaj la ia> kr*aa .ita tW K %  % % %  • ...-..-.. | %  ...„ Haw fan -aa aala artahiaar laal if •.r.. i : OL TW m In •Max-fa • % %  %  • %  • %  *• — tka taaMataal u. atti Utrltts Lilr — B.B.G. Radio Programme I, j | fcaj-pji, Xaaar ""1 "aeaaK• kaew asftssw ths %  'w', sag, taan. Mason and Mrs Mason of GunHUL Kidrrwood. Md interpreter in the US. Army during World War I, Crolx de Guerre, Legion of Honour, also a Fellow Ameiican Geographiral Society. i Bank teuldiog Flyinf Visit Army and Naw. London. Dcvo %  hire. flg of the Barclay %  Mr Watkins will be Mr. and Mrs. Watkins and Mr. %  nd Mrs Reekie have recently He a nwmber of the followvisited Jamaica and Puerto Rico in ing Clubs. New York. Harvard, connection with projects in both /"*APT V WOLPSON I Hacquet and Tennis, Washington, islands. V.,;..) Manager W H Watkins ft Partners headSubsidiartes and Dei>ut> Ch-irmftn lers are London and Bristol. id i f K many best seller mystery noveU Jamaica >wmaj Me arrtee-3 in the morn, (Colonel North is his Sherlock "Spar. -he Windl^f, '^ rntd lh Um • %  Holmes) and many best seller sot Hotel n,n historical novels including his Litijtitm* o.* %  %  i* K ,H ..I*. es, -cutla^ Empire.duNto^v of Toronto Physician EFl£ Morgan the Pirate OOVCCISBV of |-VH and Mi (i .. las tehee officials iaaaaaag l-# of Toionto — The Masons were luncheon £ a r ?" da ye:erday morning by guests of Hi* Excellency jn d Mr. T^" Io ipe £ d ^ "2 holiday in Barhs It locked down. There. \ \ ssaa* at* tbe brook, was a tiB he had fallen into taM mU< ivaaa, along, alrerdy into a deep pool a few •Aad at tftat snooient." BsU M "the sea*bubble knew thai ceaM he asefal to son. dawn ftlasoat to the top of • t:r. and then it bour.dol aa ':* :•. *.ft the ant clingirB |fl i: \ sac %  T- a-: :-. r-.ivv. It v.*aj| 'uftk I: - tKibhk could do to reach th%  aaft. And then, just as it touched -e vs grass on the other side and the a-d knew that they gare aaaey to ant greeead safely aff, the bubble the tees. It leaked at the tree* ard wrsf kaea that I'-ey gs.ee frarta aad aa;* • Ok-escUime.1 Kna.-f and Hsmd •sal real ahecV aad evea let theeam pity. •eliM re eJ for firewood ehea "N u ," said "dr. Punch; 'there waa thee --ere i-r^reed down. And the %  nothing to be sorry about. As liie hasshle giass thai spread rrrMibble burst, it made a tiny silvery where wa< the asset useful thing ef 'hout. no louder than the echo of a all. foi : gs-e food ra th# eow art whispsr Only the ant could hear it. sheer ad' %  ftsadi hidmeg* h aa-* a hout of sparkling, -urplser. fi rll I-asaal rr.-atur shining jo>. The bubble was happy who had n i n ••• .-.>. it liit %  Easy, SaysTaft THE HtMAN TRAIN. Senator Robert Taft. roars Into Spokane, Washington State, and tells a cheering audience: "It is Just as et*y to get Socialism by increased taxes as it is by the Government taking over industry after industry, as in Britain." AND writing of Taft, seasoned poUtteal columnist Marquis Child* % ays: "Before Republicans meet in Chicago in July, the record is likely to show that no man ever travelled so many thousands of miles, shook so many hands, spoke personally to so many people. campaigned so hard in every way for the presidential nomination of a party." Although a terribly gruelling business, "the determined candidate from Ohio seems to bo thoroughly at ease and even rather enjoying the whole business" R0 0DAL THEAT RES FUNERAL OF H.AA. KING GEORGE VI. You m^y not have been amonc the mournfal erawda that thronced the slrecla lo pa> laal tribute lo a beloved Kbit. Bui Keodal Theatres has secured the drat picture-, of tbe majestic ceremonies lo give you yoor rhance. fee the £ -mile loni Cortege from SaUMtrlnihaan Houae lo the Station.—the thousands who lined the 3-mile route U KeaUnlnster Hall—all trapped In a solemn silence that bore ilnrs, lo lh.Mr dcv.drd t\r OI't.NINt' %  1'riday 22nd and continuing at all shows al the l : IKI and the ROXY Also KOYAL: Night shows only: WATCH FOR FURTHER MVVSREELS EMPIRE TO-DAY. 4.15 A SO and f ontlnubig DAILY THEY ALL LIVED OUTSIDE THE LAW ...and so did the "Parrot -his trademark was... sii shots fired so rapidly they echo as oie! Blaekburnc men: H BY THE WAY-By Be.chco.ber Back North HIM back at the moment whi one of the horse's feet : zebra crossing the studs of whici XJOT long ago t suppuited the by marking certain chosen books ar P ,M *** lh wrong colour H. i^i o.mi.laints .f librarians ,'. !" E;s?"ij p, 2ti„r ? /••" '* %  • /ooi M R JOHN M. SHARPE, Prea.drnl of Elclric Equipment '"' %  and word". rlni lvr. Co., Ltd Saskatoon Saskatchcw and Mrs. Shaipe left yesterday by T.C.A. after spendiiv part lay months In Barbadr staying at the Paradise Beach flub '"" fourth visit to tin Another departure yesterdav I.\ san*aj amea h, Mrs. Ray t'Hiru.1 hnei Stella I'elarla. He • -ii Toronto. '' " %  Another Bim •> Is in (ha steel bualnt tsburgh. Pi '-pHE headline Boy Files He CROSSWORD / -^ 't %  1 1 4 hr~ 1 %  %  %  ..< %  k I Windsor. Ontario, Mr. against their eustomers. Wishing marmalade, Bonto exaggerate I denounced thusc well-chosen readers who use kippers and eggs and bacon as bookmarks and for,V 0 nrrHmimiry anarrinr X induced me to ring up the gel to withdraw them when repreliminary iparnng only Japaneie fly sexw x know mining Hie books. A smartly dressed Enolish. w '* 11 Plough to bother. I suggested %  1 read mat kipper^ an i icoman stepped /ro>n the train at Jhnt these must be girl lliea. as baron have been found in bonKs Milan, and u-ithout a word flapped '"" ooyt are still asleep behind %  1 .i KoMi-ring library. As %  "" %  ihio rd "" stationmoster, and pictures. He siid that the headv,| on {>••' leader of literary fashions I B m h" porter line referred to King Feisal of Iraq ratified to have started yet an(News item.) wn h ' W X ' Harrow, We both other. Meanwhile. I shall t*e uroud *T imp-anieit: to. eoilon HI is Our of s pan of craiia* ,(i I.I(cpip Bflrt rsL (HI so rum up is* 37 Ii. Vie aot lid nuV*l. Itl ia Uaamoiorca. iti It.mn .. feans <•! Olirn CovrnrO altB 11 It) i Bui Lent UM one use IDU IS) 4 l'He unarr ol nretntn ISI b ssagnitua-> isi >i ll>>* out >UMd( %  n*n it IJ-. I. Hradsaai. IOI D aadvea isi 1U Uarta ana trip Hag (SI IS rtie eer? oast. (6) 10 il' I IB Wttj ifae %  SO U Ouwri l.—Ti i iir 'all One Di enicn oei# reium (Si H '"' M%  '! •JJ siIts film parrot. (SI r wily, tay lord 1 |SI S . EsS^Sfi I . -, Mulona Anil •> Sleol t. Itar loT'o^; (plains that It wa a protest against •*'>* of his triplets." the cold reception given to her ) Receptions In future will probably be even colder. hive p|MUS nl 8 p.m. for 1 Hit IHT and Itimvillfl • Every Night (Except Sunday) -1— i. Pi-Jl H SlOWtt Not SulUble for ChUdren. CXTRA :—NEWS REEL SHOWING HMKtl OF THE LATE KING. I NOW l\ STOCK ... I.AlllKS JKItSKY NKillT DRKSSKS. Pink & White, front S4.ll lo 15.64 I \IIIS (II1NKSK PKTTICOATS. Pink & White, Irom S1.K1 to $4.88 II, wi',, S ,.. % % % %  lrom 105 ' '* t Mil I.KKVS COTTON PAMIRS Iron. Sc. to 78c. ALSO PASTORKUJB KNITTING WOOL 3-PLV Blue. Pink, Old Rov liOI.I> (R) ja^ M I II .UK KNITTINC. WOOL. Green & Yellow 33c. ot. LADIES GENUINE I I Mill It AND PLASTIC HANDBAGS ALL AT KKDI'CKD PRICKS T. R. EVANS & WHITFIELDS Dial 4220 rOdR SHOE STORES yO'*'*''*'V.*.'.'.'***-^-V-'-V**.'.'.V^--^.'.*.'*-.',GLOBI TO-DAY 5 £ 130 P.M. TO-MORROW S.30 P.M Twentieth Century Fox ti "MEET ME chnlcolour MUSICAL — AFTER THE SHOW" Betty GHABI.r Mac Donald CAREY Eddie ALHEliT Ron t'Al.HOUHN MONDAY and Tl'F.SDAY. 4 4.', t. S.3 ROAD HOUSE" (RICHARD W1UMAHK AND "CAUSE FOR ALARM" LQRBTTA YOUNG) OPENING WEDNESDAY Feb. S7Ui 1 & S.3S "THE MAN WTTII A CLOAK" Joseph COTTEN — Barbara STANWYt K >ea,e HOV1 TO-DAY 4.45 al g.lS and continuing Dally ITS CLOSER THM YOU THINK! Know how It fells to fly to the Moon! CUM IY TECHNICOLOR rrifccedhTGfOBGf PAl aWKtst by IRVING PICHEL Extra : NEWNREEL Sho uif FUNERAL OF THE LATE KIM. I eefh Loose iums Bleed Blrcdina; m BCn aj gaagaj Q. ,,-m ,NFI DORADO MinKTTE TON1T1 •ON AN/* TOWN iN**> rtiurl-. STARSTT h MSN FROM MUSIC MOUNTAIN Sn,,, t nl ,,N,CIT THS ASK AN* ASWINI1 iu> TVHoo*Mr tSaUhota DIAL 5l7t Do*.. 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Title: The Barbados advocate
Uniform Title: Barbados advocate (Bridgetown, Barbados : 1983)
Portion of title: Sunday advocate
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Language: English
Publisher: Advocate Co.
Place of Publication: Bridgetown Barbados
Bridgetown, Barbados
Publication Date: Saturday, February 23, 1952
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ESTABLISHED 1895
SATURDAY FEBRUARY 23. 11152
PRICE FIVE CENTS
N.A.T.O. EXPERTS MAKE BIG DEMANDS
Ike Will Arbitrate
Dispute Over Command
LISBON. Feb. 22.
It was learned that military Urgcls adopted bv NATO
call lor 50 divisions and more than 3.500 war-planes bv th..'
ncl of this year These goals wore set bv nnanciaf and
military experts after having reconciled the capabilities of
the NATO member nations with the needs of the miliurv
leaders.
Both (brunt will be published at the end of the NATO
Niittrencc here t the insistence uf U.S. representative.
so lhat the American public will have a chance to see what
Ihcir investment in Europe is worth.
Iliad llw-se are only -----------------
'Stella Polaris'
Calls With
167 Tourists
pools (iml much depends on downs
of other factors. Including how
I | >>ngiess will appropriate
tn Aid In the next Fiscal
Year, which will be discussed next
tnunUi in Washington.
It was learned that Gen. Elsen-
hower will personally arbitrate
the dispute over who will com-
mand Greek and Turkish land
forces in order to soothe ruffled
Italian feelings.
Offended
The Italians were very offended
by the decision that the Grawt
and Turkey's o odd divisions
would be placed dlreott> under
Admiral Robert B. Cam.). NATO
Southern European r ,
rather than under Italian Li. Gen.
none. hia deputy, in
command of all I-Bo forcM in Im
command. Italians came here de-
termined not to agree to this
thnngp of command winch was
interpreted In Rome as a delib-
< rate slap at Italy.
Since the (.reeks were the vic-
tims of Italian aggression in the
last war and they wen- equ.il!>
adamant about refusing to serve
under an Italian commander an
impasse was reached.
Now the Italian have with-
drawn their objections on the
>i:ider*tanding that Eisenhower
' ill work out a final compromise.
NATO Defence and Finance
Ministers reached "almost full
on the com pile led
problem ol "Infra .sWurlurc" -the
'lucstion of how much each coun-
try pays for the buildim; of Allied
air. field ,md comnmnicatloiifc
networks in Western Europe
Argument
Argument over thi' question
ix-nan when the French. very
short of money owmj to the heavy
-net of : war and
internal inflation demanded, lha:
the U.S. pay 60 per cent, of all
costs with Flnt iin giving about IS
per lent, and Frame ^li^litly Ivs.
Tho Americans particularly Sec-
retary of the Treasurv. John W.
Snvder flatly refused.
11 is not vet known what is the
total amount allotted for "Infra
structure" nor what the percent-
ages for each country will be. but
the toUl is expected to be about
S5oo.ooo.ooo with the U.S. pro-
viding 45 per cent.
Earlier it wan learned that mili-
tary targets adopted by NATO and
military experts for the end of this
rear ne | total of SO divisions and
more than 3.500 tactical aero-
p,unM- -Uf.
The 2.800-ton tourist ship Stella
folarja (.ringing her first batch of
tourists to Barbados this year
arrived in Carlisle Bay yesterday
morning with 167 tourists. The I
Stella Pelarto has already been on
louri.'t cruises tn Barbados.
The srfbW-w inflows of th"
Broad Street stores presented a
treat contrast compared with the
dull appearance which they gave
t the last lourUts who arrived
here by the FRiprt.. of Svotlaml
on tbe day after King George Vl's
death, -ititl aa usual some of the
BOUftfta did a lot nf shopping in
Bridgetown for souvenirs.
Many, however, preferred to go
sight-seeing and visiting various
nterestinit jnd historical places
of the island Such places as the
Museum. Codrington Col lee e.
Cherry Tree Hill. Ilaokletotfa
Cliff. Bathsheba. the Crane and
Sam Lardi Castle were visited.
The Rlella Polaris ran aecom.
modate '' tnuriits and has a
crew of 183 She left yesterday
evening fur Martinique and will
then be guing to Antigua. St.
Thomas, C&ldad Trulillo, J Havana and New Orleans
TROOPS MASS
IN BURMA
RANGOON, Burma. Fob. 22.
Thirteen thousand Chinese Na-
tionalist troops are reportedly con-
centrated In Eastern Burma de-
spite Burmese protests and are
mounting In strength for an at-
tack on Communist China. U. On
Mfistanl cditoi
Burmese publiiati
Aga Khan Has
Heart Attack
CAI-CUTTA. Feb. 2\
The Aga Kh in passed an
comfortable night Wednesday f
luwuifi a mild heart attack but
"there is nothing alarming now"
according to his Private Secretary.
Hik physicians arc attending him
in the Government House here.
All bis engagements have been
Tho Aga Khan 75-year-old reli-
gious leader of more than
20,000,l>h0 Moslems suffered
mild heart attack while en route
here by air Wednesday from
Pack i. P.iki*1an
His staff physician attending
/him at Government House in Cal-
cutta, ordered complete rest.
The Aga Khan's mOVla kUM
Rita Hayworth'^ father-in-law.
was accompanied by the Bejjum--
1ns- fourth wife a former French
beautyV.P.
British and Hollywood film star
David Niven accompanii-d by his
Swedish born wife, arrived in Hurbn-
dog yaoterdji)
Mr. Nivi'n is lean left, ilightino
irom the B.W.I.A. 'plan.- Saawel]
top right autoKraphin^ an alburn for a
lady outside the airport's Terminal
Buudiaa and bottom right, chackiii
ihrou^h Ininiiyr.itmn at Saawvll iVil
hit wife.
Desperate Attempt To
\voitl Collapse of Franc
U> JAIK MllKMKIl.
PAR!
"Ttu BgtUi i the Franc" 1 by
,,-in nth-old governmatrc, agalrstt a
li vgrlopit.fr, into
its warned, in a
Franc
. itrophic i on nt. indus-
trial lite the fretu
s from
i
The-e drastic measures decided
B several days ago. were put

advert* ba lance -
i with

hi January, th
deficit of
M in -de V p.U Export-
Import clearinghouse.
i ril >ed by
tfflcials a.- imiisI and
lemporao.' weiv part of a full-
scale campaign aimed at stahiliia-
Uoo of the Fri
tern and a return to con!
lha franc
171 to the
dollar and the price of gold is 808
gram
Dm expert Imoui in

:-OUld 111 no ihe des-
I'iiKhi of France


Bahincc-of-Paymcnts deficit.
Supervisor
Of Visual
Education
France
Purges Army
uf the
The Ndltoil
,,. into the Nationalist-held area
of Kcngtung Stale, Burma and
reported the buildup of Nationals
forces under Chinese Moslem
Qem Ma Chaw VI
CHARGE FOR MEDICINE
POSTPONED
IXJNUON. Fob. 21-
The Conservative Uovcinmcii'.
[potted Its decision to im-
pose charges on dental b
and medical prescriptions under
the state-run National Health
BerVlC*. it was learned here today
A group >f Conservative mem-
ber'* of Parliament opposed the
charges at a private meeting
ruesdar nlghl because they were
unpopular In their coasUtuenctei
Critics ol the plan were purli-
eu la rly opposed to maximum
charges of fl for
ment
dental
TRU0E NEGOTIATORS
MAY SOLVE DEADLOCK
PARIS, Feb. 31.
re is taking quick
eliminate the Communist Fifth
. from tin- ,ii mv and ap
allout purge of the .Hti
ps is underway according to
reliable source*. They said the
i room was also
through civilian i
aviation and oihei vital Industrie.
which In the raw of aimed co l-
tllet Would I-' ,lo.el. .1 > ll I
with the nation's war easel
Tho War Ministry itai b
ming the lid down on C<
some time ago.
I not being O'l-
vertlsed bul th*) art etfaetl
The man pereonall)
ble fi" 0 fl full m iVf cleanup U
State Secretary for Win- I'm ne Dr
OhavtglM hirnclf a regular army
officer.
Sources said all doubtful cases
get a thoiougli review before a
i.'.ni.ei A
*U*i>ectcM
1 1. ajsnri Wai Min-
istry whan ... ire 1 m-
telly studied ' tralnad staff.
Tin' .-
any offlceis convicled uf ComMii*
nist leaniiiK
Unreliable^ are being i
in the old PreaMl
, ,1 quiel little .'(".
in the i" tl'cic
pooilmnt> to stir 1
trouble .md even there, their a'
tivlly is watched aCO
1
r.p.
ieadtl
David Niv<*n Arrives
Here From T\ew York
BRITISH and Hollywood mm st.11 David Nlven k
companied by hih ftwtduth born urtfg iljoniij, Qtnlwrfl
arrivad in Barbadoa veabTdaj morninB ait.-i an
11011-slop lliiilil Irom Naw VrK willed Wag broken onl>
when thrv Bv0PPd .il Tut' 'bid <>\. mm I
Thoy arc hgtC Pot thKC 1 Mgg' h"lnl.t\ Igytfl >\ Ihe St
g coast as gu* j i I lin maud Ti*
"Haron Bay".
II u I ... iiiormng st tl
airport with two flight-.
..... afb
..in,, la eg u.i urn rtai ottsM
tee fi lends off lli i. ..lie >\- '
i couple ol gusBgnph hunters on
'
he ws! araiUi
pUl into
1 L.iltdi
lew ol Uv
'i, at bun "
Churchill Starts
Dona tii m 11 liza tion
!
PANMUNJOM. Kfli 21.
and Communist Irucc niy.liat.i.
United Nations
5.000 troops and one por
United Nations negotiators were
confident that the gap could be
closed. But delegauons for the
eighth straight day argued fruit-
lessly over UN JJ'*ll0n, '
Russia as the sixth "'*"'"'
nation to supervise the armistice.
Communist Colonrl Pu San
said UN reasons for rejecting
Russia were, "absurd and un-
worthy of refutation U.N*.
Colonel Darrow retorted thai the
Allies refused to "enter into any
discussion* of this matter.
f entry apart
New Proposals
In an adjoining conferenci
I he Communist* submitted
new draft proposal on th
change of prisoners.
lent
e*>
They offer-
ed" to raise"" trie number of entry
ports through which troops might
be rotated from four to rive if
the Allies would limit replace-
ment to 30,000 per month
Darrow countered with an
offer to reduce the previous de-
mand for seven entry ports to
six if Reds would raise the ceil-
ing on rotated troops to 35.000
He said : "I think you will find
It a reasonable sotuUon to the
two problems confronting us."
Communist Colonel Chang San
rejected the U.N. offer. -He said
his proposal was "my final offer."
However Darrow said all Chang %
propositions are "final" CJ.
MAN FOUND DEAD
IN POOL OF BLOOD
The betfr el Sft-rar.old
Clement Medford of Belle-
pUlne. m Andrev., wae
fexad lywg In DM ,|
Mood on Hagl'tlt Sold. 81.
MUr.M seer thr Agricul-
tural station u.i,,,!.,..
about 3.3* .in A cow wma
else giseevrred *!lve seme
feel way from (he dead
nun's bogr
The body uv first found
Or (tun- Rprnrer of 1 il..
St. Andrew, and later the
Pellre and tloroner Mr. A-
W. Harper were nellliraV
Chief Inaawctor Franklrn
arrived on tbe scene aceeea-
panleg b Dr. L S. I ippii
who i.rned out a prrllmln-
arv examination and order-
ed the body le be rrmovnl
to thr. St Andrew Mortuary
There was a gash ever the
dead man's left eye.
Mr. A. W. Harper. f"nr--
n?r or Dhtrlrl "F". will hold
an inqurM Into the rircum-
Sanees surroundlne the
death of Medford on Toes
dsr. rebrusrr U.
L.N. Repulse
Red Attack
TOKYO. Feo 2J
. iUoh DatUtan sources
said that a Commum>l Battalion
attacked th,. Allied held island
of Yang Do off Korea's East Coast
above the 40lh parallel on
Wednesda> but r U.N. company
repulsed the acsault.
The island is near Songjin, key
North Korean coast city. Tho
Communis s attempted to take tin
Island after soiling out to U
sampans M-ny of Ihe Reds were
captured including the Battalion
Commander The island IS be-
lieved to Ix- garrisoned by a com-
pany of South Korean Marines
eommanded br a US. Marine
officer
Allied fire was reported to have
Mink sonv ol the sampans
It was not reliably reported
whether the Communists were
North Korean* or Chinese
-C.P.
I .ON DON
The ('ii..iiiii.ii oi Britaii
nationalised iron and rteal indu
uned in possible Iri)
mova bj I'nme Minister WlTstton
Cluiiehill to return industry t<>
free enterprise
Steven J. I. Hardle.
if Uif government
operated industry for lltl
than ,-i vear. sent his resignation
Minister of Supply. Duw
Siindv. Churchill*! wm-m-law
. i ,,.,,.. ,i .
Churchill toughl Mitarly again si
ihe Labaui Parly' nai
ion ol iron and *"**! He pledic-i
Ihe industr> lo-
ft nershlp If he
resiKn-
'.-'
first move in
Then I lerril itfla ahe i
before Churchill succeeds in re-
the mil prival
I Cli

Hi I- wrhen and if it get* bock
mdustr> back to publfc
-..i tliat reason the Con-
is faeei'
v th a dtfl
investors would hesitate \-< <^
; iui n >-'e*i -itii (he
threat hanging over Ihem that
Hid h^ve to give up then
holdings again at an an*e*jnoml
, ,i ,,,,,, tl i Socialist*
.-ome back 1,-*
(jotonalion
Likely In
August
I .ON DON F*
DaU] i *ni. i
in .i bIu .
hold Ins coronutton in lab
or early Septembci. T
*.,i,\ that the Wi rl D
an makinj ai <
of hou long it would in- raquln
Ui prep-1. 1 M.l- t.
on,oil.
tunenl ui
oun Official Kail Marshal th
. |
. .il b tollowi i .
ri' ostuTU i
nut lo lha 'in ri hi
:
ide againil it.
am- |ha l
pntnunmi
it. oi dep
n with effect from tt
i
N ka>. Uong
I leik. A. I OtnOI .i' Dl
. ..itioiiit ulio left Ihe Colony on
t.tiii January iw5i, t un4argo
l : u, u in Si Ittat -
il Methods in' iii.'.uuuv i
I .... llesesrch <>t
of the
W< i India in Jamaica Itai
I ill >>
iiitiitiii., ... i
i toiu \lt Wllkie urll
ni the Account
en) whet
( .'dish
Thl III I .:-'! I. Bl| All..'
;^ii>iiion ki
Isxfl 'lie Colony on Hi. lltl
ii i the pul
. iitling oi
Appeal .n hut

.( Honourable < I. i i
.'i
< 'n.-f Ji.-
in con
i ,
duties (
ppo I
p Aodito
been asaai
'f
V cotncldcnce David Nlvan
aud Patrick Ell.un. usual ut
the IB foot yaelit "Bopranino"
wblcb croied the AUanUc In
Og'/t day* went to the same
-chool glowt Hrliool in
BuckiiigHsiuiiirfl
Hopuiuiui' and bar crew
of two air -till io Barbados.
it sraj .1 sesM n aalal tgd
arnan Bing Crostq and loi |

tut occasion tveral res
A Legkl Shourr
Th-
-
Nlven
10 50
/ays 'pin i
CENTENARY
POSTAGE STAMPS
The stamp*
orate thr Iseue of the lirsl
postage st.-mp In Barbados
Will be lsuel j* planned
on April 15lh 1932. rven
though, they bear the por-
trait of the late Sovereign
King George VI. Work on
the stamps waa too far ad-
vanced for thrm le he can-
relied when the Kins died.
They will be withdrawn
aller six monlh-
KWI All
M
fiom Trinidad torn he I
: Sea well on neheduh
i lock a Ughl ham >
-in held
.It to the
rermlrral Building of tin

Niven, remaining behind to ml
i ',i' r
< afei
Kn. i| n .'.i'ii
i).
i,io' kK reassured that II
i
On Pair -i
| ably be in enrly
It iv iMflieved howevui lh.il tli
Queen is .mxioiis to get on wu
" i'i ba i.....I Mot...I-
i
|ni 200 yean.
-stimated liml
lion this yeai would
ti DOO.Mrj syorth
\y tmi



period <'f Co

wealth 11
Then the om

I f


. II. '
<' A i. ri Audi*
oaicei "" i as An.in \ |
i mi,.
M if Archer, Long Oi ide Clerk
ui i ifn> i i
Miowlng ,.iM>oi'niiicnis b
ihe am vn a have bet i m Kh
i ii Riloy, Police I
... ba St. . rd 4 Clerl I
!
IBM
I | !
'
I
Uun-
.. ,.t ,i iiotpituj |q "
ISftJ
et On i\ifr S
Nnl Permanent Solution
-
i.t deval i
not bnMon of

,i nco
,':!.:
those condi-
ii French
>ing to i
; kruph y
m|rf)rl of I- lentiiil foodstuffs and
i i iuts r.p.
lAtbour Witts in
antic;i-a. rah U
Lahoui
.. e;,pturing all
hi Ihi North
reeled J


posed wlndws
ad i; I n. Os.
borne; Southern Distrt

deni of the Labour Unk
n w i
Mm.., md i C I. Wall
Ml
w
bj his
l
il, I
I
.up .ii


lency win

dentlal 1- i Q HI
Dxi ellencs will leturu to Anlifu.i
. n Maud 4
i i
mean
South Africa Will
Prodace Uxtaahati
ii qn .
Minister of Mines. J. II VlHoea
j idaj thai South Amoi
will start producing in
< ire He Wtd llM
House of Assembly that tli- (tru-
.,.-; i,, iti i
and An.eri'.'in loans which will
1'l.iUIIIO. V. ill I- '
I'r
Queen Told
^SlayOulOl
Politics"
n.ii> HeraM



PrUwi
i i |e ol
lentil i
lievan. Mloa Lie railed
ham Palace *ul of dab
dentallj
The up

rrfbusM
but that Ihi Dell) n i W
I



May Soon Reach Agreement
CANHRHKA. Feb. 22. I Casey san
Poreign M
Casey told the H

fain statement that n agreement agaii
I

said it was unwise to be certain'that Austral
aboert it .d.plomatlc
. is strengthen
Mfxeeatrtatloi
lalreswi ,rrange-l for new Austi
.1.- IlUn legations at Saigon and Kim- 1 la's vie
loon an esss fuonssahrtr Gwrat in Bangki*k to at preserving it from i
i md 1 al d 11aalal He sain Au
.!* M assB trassesskene., *
tear k ahav
and He declared that Briliin end result I i
Whenever you want a cigarette-
reraeraber-
It's th TOBACCO that counts


PAGE TWO
BARBADOS ADVOCATE
BATUtBAY, rhBKL ABYSS. US2
HON H A CUKE C.BE. re-
turned from Trinidad y-
terday morning by PWI.A Ht
had be*n itterding ft nv
the Board of Directors of ii W V
nf which he Ii .1 m*"
General Supervisor
MR. HEINZ \ HEINRh I!
General Supvi visor TC A.
St. John*. N.B.. arrived from Ber-
muda yesterday morning In
T^A Hf l> hara on flve-djv
visit
En route To Carnival
CAPT. and Mr*, Bat.
arrived from Berm_ I
terday by T.C.A.. to sprnd two
days here before goinK *
dad for Carnival. Capt. Bo*rfcl
a TC.A pOM raaldacrl
da and vaplain* mo 1 f Iht tJC-A
nights which cull thr
bados.
Capt. and Mrs. I
gu*-ts of Mr. Hal Baxter. I ( \
.Resident Manager and Mr*. Bax-
ter during then
Barbados.
President And Vice
President
AMONG the passer. i< 1
Ing in Barbados >
morning on the louri-t liner SielU
I'oUr v
and Mm. Cyril Keeti> ajftaB arc
making the 38-day ciuisa on the
vessel back to New Orleans
They are President and Vtta*
Presidcr: | Romary
Art Gallery In Baltimore.
QcUiib galling
SAW Nimiu
152
Spring Term 1052
SMALL brochure entitled
"London Peogramma fat
in the Reading room of the
Women, it's
says a woman
your world
ring 1
iel(f 1
SHE TOURS WORLD
TO TELL THEM SO
*"Women. says Mrs. Hough-
ton, Bee longer than man. th-jp-
are aaare of them; they spend HS
per cent of the national htasm
and suggest what men should aa
ith the other 15 per cent.
British Council, "Wakefleld'. give*
an interesting picture of the Brit-
ish Council* work In giving Ore* -
seas Students a broader view :
English life and Institutions.
There arc 7-day Survey of
Local Government and Criminal
Justice, week-end courses at Ox-
ford k Cambridge. Coventry (Re-
construction of a war damage-:
City) and In Surrey (life in an
English Village) Studs visit
(with guides) Include The Royal heard.
SS? Museums and*Art CiIlliY Fift>r B*v,n y'" old M" Sh* hM nUdf *ver1 ,r'P* ' ">>. "' clothing expenses and
the Times Newspaper offices ano Houghton has no heaitaUon in London. She spent a week Ibera #0 forth are worked out. And he
the Battersea Power Station 'naking her own heard. She works in September 1950. attending has a proportion of whst la left "
visits are also arranged to lh n her pet theme 16 hour a dav women's gatherings. tMfllably, Fifteen per cent? Or more?
theatre lo see same of the out- Every week finds her In some new she met Lady Aster, for who No comment.
standing plays of the season corner of the USA. Often she not-* views she has high regard. L.E.S.
From rKKIlF.KICK COOK Her Husband'* Cash
NEW YORK What about MR. Huughlv),
MRS HIRAM COLE HOUGHTON. president of Amci- D ica's General Federation of Women's Clubs, thinks th;i< seit restricted to 15 per cent, ui laa
women in the main are far more important than men. and family income?
that this could be a woman's world. Not exactly. Even a bauk pres-
ident, concedes Mrs. Jiougnloi
All the women have lo do to inspiring them, shaming them, must have his pockei-iin.i.i->
make it so she says, is to realu- urging them, getting them to cor u,\ h*aaaj a ,*orl ol partner-
"he fact And make their MaM along with her on her one-wom::ti ship about money." she explained,
crusade. "Our expenditures, our holiday
The Unhappy Soap Bubble
I of the audioac* whs saw Ue at.elaa- of the Blss Ta*
sun a>i> At Dawn." at the Empn* Theatre ya*tareay. aSaeua Ue
film as tfcey loar* the tbaatre
Busman's Holiday
Ml*
Saw Preview
' I' trtagesnent of the Esnptrv
i Use Suad*v**>< L Theatre gave a ureswrw *es-
biggest newspaper it terdfty morning at 10 oxl- .
Speaking of the trip down from the nor:; ^
N^- Orleans. Mr Keene said thM Buins Hobday or. baard list ,+* taey are
they had a rough time for BBS *se*a raters* aaafca> caUad here ***.
first part of the Journey Coming >e-%
across the Gulf of M i ni in the pnausai ..
ran into -quail which ke-' :v -< the ship They pnat ii use
ship to such sn extent that pj- nsenus and aausar prtsrraaaaa.ii as __
enner, who were takins kM 'd * as a ship's news baJapQsi *r ,s A
; thrown Into their ':>tw The bulMw is- pwbhahid sa J": _
. Swedish and English Whan he y
be-in. everything was quite t-w> returns le Ssean he srifl re- g*"y*. ^
'"uFcSSZ** u - b ^ -* Ssvs*. s *
d the newspaper bust
U.S. Author In Antifua ,,x >"** *** * bora
Arriviiii T,
MR W H '
Club are Col Fiank Van Wyck li^SJ- *.**
Arm of V H Wa'Juns ft Paraex*. _
-ered Architect ?ta jETi! kBrraary
tsag. aaxTashaa toa> ssmscsi mm
mal arain and the res? .'
Journey was very pie- | I
HOLIDAYING
bungalow
luxurtou i
OsM aj
Mill Ret
sb Asaang Oh
fT5
It Fe)t h I
tf VA> 11:1 I I
-I nma r tu," *i
Pnnfh udto Knart *: J IU| i. :i
Sh*4ew. M IM iuif>W.>M.:
IMI, ~U.lt t!i-- la n. thtnf inT: f
rUl M hht-Sn*d and aata
ra-Iaa*- aa a mp feabaia. Ta ar
.1 aaJiaaj la ia> kr*aa .ita tW K
,...-.- .-.. | ...
Haw fan -aa aala artahiaar laal if
.r.. i ^"* : Ii' i -t<; :'..
t*ra --fa vmrj Hm Blip ia vV
aat wttt *tU tkat iiiiiJ |a I.
a C-? ~d w".i a a
Mr. r-x
-uMUnaaa
. ! naat Ual it a>
: OL TW m In
Max-fa
* tka taaMataal u. atti
Utrltts Lilr
B.B.G. Radio
Programme
I, j | fcaj-pji, Xaaar ""-1 "a-eaaK- kaew asftssw ths
'w', sag, taan.
Mason and Mrs Mason of Gun-
HUL Kidrrwood. Md
interpreter in the US. Army du-
ring World War I, Crolx de
Guerre, Legion of Honour, also a
Fellow Ameiican Geographiral
Society.
i Bank teuldiog
Flyinf Visit
Army and Naw. London. Dcvo
hire.
flg of the Barclay

Mr Watkins will be
Mr. and Mrs. Watkins and Mr.
nd Mrs Reekie have recently
He a nwmber of the follow- visited Jamaica and Puerto Rico in
ing Clubs. New York. Harvard, connection with projects in both /"*APT V WOLPSON I
Hacquet and Tennis, Washington, islands. V- .,;..) Manager
W H Watkins ft Partners head- Subsidiartes and Dei>ut> Ch-irmftn
lers are London and Bristol. id i f K
many best seller mystery noveU Jamaica >wmaj Me arrtee-3 in the morn,
(Colonel North is his Sherlock "Spar. -he Wind- l^f, '^rntd lh* Um*
Holmes) and many best seller sot Hotel n,n*
historical novels including his Lit- ijtitm* o.* i* k ,h ..i*.
es, -cutla^ Empire.- duNto^v of Toronto Physician EFl
Morgan the Pirate OOVCCIsbV of |-vh and Mi (i .. las tehee officials
iaaaaaag l-# of Toionto ---------------------------------------
The Masons were luncheon ar?"da. ye:erday morning by
guests of Hi* Excellency jnd Mr. T^" Io.iped ^ "2
holiday in Barhs piomineiit
hat eoald a soap babble do
Baa breese and let
ssaase sfmrkle like diamond*
s-s-a* Aad Just then.- said
arh. "Mat soap buoble slat (e I
eaar UM brook, and at thai
------st haaH ft t:ry eoice i
e Baa> It locked down. There. \ \
ssaa* at* tbe brook, was a tiB
he had fallen into taM mU< -
ivaaa, along, alrerdy
into a deep pool a few
Aad at tftat snooient." BsU M
"the sea*- bubble knew thai
ceaM he asefal to son.
dawn ftlasoat to the top of
t:r. and then it bour.dol aa
'- :* :. *.ft the ant clingirB |fl i: \
sac T- a-: :-. r-.ivv. It v.*- aj|
' 'uftk I: - tKibhk could do to reach th-
aaft. And then, just as it touched
-e vs grass on the other side and the
a-d knew that they gare aaaey to ant greeead safely aff, the bubble
the tees. It leaked at the tree* ard wrsf
kaea that I'-ey gs.ee frarta aad aa;* Ok-escUime.1 Kna.-f and Hsmd
sal real ahecV aad evea let theea- m pity.
eliM re eJ for firewood ehea "Nu," said "dr. Punch; 'there waa
thee --ere i-r^reed down. And the nothing to be sorry about. As liie
hasshle giass thai spread rrr- Mibble burst, it made a tiny silvery
where wa< the asset useful thing ef 'hout. no louder than the echo of a
all. foi : gs-e food ra th# eow art whispsr Only the ant could hear it.
sheer ad' ! ftsadi hidmeg* h aa-* a hout of sparkling, -ur-
plser. fi rll I-- asaal rr.-atur shining jo>. The bubble was happy
who had n i n .-.>. it liit
Easy, SaysTaft
THE HtMAN TRAIN. Senator
Robert Taft. roars Into Spokane,
Washington State, and tells a
cheering audience: "It is Just as
et*y to get Socialism by increased
taxes as it is by the Government
taking over industry after indus-
try, as in Britain."
AND writing of Taft, seasoned
poUtteal columnist Marquis Child*
?ays: "Before Republicans meet
in Chicago in July, the record is
likely to show that no man ever
travelled so many thousands of
miles, shook so many hands, spoke
personally to so many people.
campaigned so hard in every way
for the presidential nomination
of a party."
Although a terribly gruelling
business, "the determined can-
didate from Ohio seems to bo
thoroughly at ease and even
rather enjoying the whole
business"
R00DAL THEATRES
FUNERAL OF H.AA. KING GEORGE VI.
You m^y not have been amonc the mournfal erawda that
thronced the slrecla lo pa> laal tribute lo a beloved Kbit.
Bui Keodal Theatres has secured the drat picture-, of tbe
majestic ceremonies lo give you yoor rhance.
fee the -mile loni Cortege from SaUMtrlnihaan Houae
lo the Station.the thousands who lined the 3-mile route U
KeaUnlnster Hallall trapped In a solemn silence that bore
ilnrs, lo lh.Mr dcv.drd t\r
OI't.NINt' 1'riday 22nd and continuing at all shows
al the l : IKI and the ROXY
Also KOYAL: Night shows only:
WATCH FOR FURTHER MVVSREELS
EMPIRE
TO-DAY. 4.15 A SO and f ontlnubig DAILY
They all lived
outside the law
...and so did the "Parrot
-his trademark
was...
sii shots
fired so rapidly
they echo
as oie!
Blaekburnc
men: H
BY THE WAY-By Be.chco.ber
Back North
Him
back at the moment whi
one of the horse's feet :
zebra crossing the studs of whici
- XJOT long ago t suppuited the by marking certain chosen books ar* P,M*** lh* wrong colour
H. i^i o.mi.laints .f librarians
,'.E;s?"ijp,2tir ? /" '* /ooi
MR JOHN M. SHARPE, Prea.-
drnl of Elclric Equipment '"'
and
word".
rlni
lvr.
Co., Ltd Saskatoon Saskatchcw
and Mrs. Shaipe left yesterday
by T.C.A. after spendiiv part .
lay months In Barbadr
staying at the Paradise Beach
flub '"" fourth visit to tin
Another departure yesterdav I.\ san*aj amea h,
Mrs. Ray t'Hiru.1 hnei Stella I'elarla. He
-ii Toronto. '' "'
Another Bim
> Is in (ha steel bualnt
tsburgh. Pi
'-pHE headline Boy Files He
CROSSWORD
/ -^ 't -
- '
1
1
4
hr~ 1 *

.- .<
.
k I Windsor. Ontario, Mr. against their eustomers. Wishing marmalade,
Bon- to exaggerate I denounced thusc well-chosen
readers who use kippers and eggs
and bacon as bookmarks and for- ,V0 nrrHmimiry anarrinr X induced me to ring up the
gel to withdraw them when re- preliminary iparnng only Japaneie fly.sexw x know
mining Hie books. A smartly dressed Enolish. w'*11 Plough to bother. I suggested
1 read mat kipper^ an i icoman stepped /ro>n the train at Jhnt these must be girl lliea. as
baron have been found in bonKs Milan, and u-ithout a word flapped '"" ooyt are still asleep behind
1 .i KoMi-ring library. As "" ihiord. "" stationmoster, and pictures. He siid that the head-
v,| on {>' leader of literary fashions I Bm h" porter line referred to King Feisal of Iraq
ratified to have started yet an- (News item.) wn h' WX ' Harrow, We both
other. Meanwhile. I shall t*e uroud *T to open a new wing of any library ! blows struck on behalf of "Sorry you've been trebled, as th
international understanding ex- ex5nan** *uP?rJvlior sa,d
Rupert and the Pine Ogre35
PS
2 ISI
nors Hi
k til
i? not in- reasi anatannifrnt m
n Iteei oaes. 1U in H lido* vou'l! ilDd itxtm |i
A Mar He ii imp-anieit:
to. eoilon hi
is Our of s pan of craiia* ,(i
I.- I(cpip Bflrt rsL (HI
so rum up is*
37 Ii. Vie aot lid nuV*l. Itl
ia Uaamoiorca. iti
It.mn
.. feans * Olirn CovrnrO altB 11 It)
i Bui Lent UM one use IDU IS)
4 l'He unarr ol nretntn ISI
b ssagnitua-> isi
>i ll>>* out >UMd( n*n it ij-.
I. Hradsaai. iOi
d aadvea isi
1U Uarta ana trip Hag (SI
IS rtie eer? oast. (6)
10 il' I
IB Wttj ifae
SO U Ouwri l.Ti i iir
'all One Di enicn oei# reium (Si
H '"' M- '!
jj si- Its film parrot. (SI
r wily, tay lord 1 |SI
S .

EsS^Sfi I
. -, Mulona *
Anil > Sleol t.
. Itar loT'o^;
(plains that It wa a protest against *'>* of his triplets."
the cold reception given to her
) Receptions In future will probably
, be even colder.
hive p Racer. .,.
tick ol fir
him jnd to
k;
lnw and th* squi'
lhir dlflri.MI *J
hoowtti'dt with I
SB, M-.. Beit me
i* kupttt
Hmfhi
i go b it* whu ih* pIv* will do ft) we-
st, by lh withered oshr" M..
IWii Hire*. I've no iJn whu
yoo'rf tilkini iboui
Wedding
HOOPERCLARKE
A quiet wedding took place at
St. Jude's Church on February
13th when Miss Merle Floretta
(;! ke. daughter of the late Mrs.
Martin Clarke, was married to
Mr. Luwson W Hooper, son of
Mr. Darn ley F. Hooper of Con-
al wtio to measuring the dis- .utotlon Road The Bride was
i.lven in marriage by Mr. Charles
Morris while the 'groom
Kiildlv mc thai, mjf
Trinity acholar
IF a red-haired woman OH
roller-skates pushes a tricyclc
! across a zebra crossing, th.-
I stripes of which are not exact.-
' parallel, and collides with
.-Li
hay
hid youi in
."ViT"
an,
from one stud to anothei
jean she plead that the skates ar
not a vehicle and that the tri- com^led'by'hTs father,
cycle was not for riding? And
what redress has the man with Tho Bridesmaid was Miss Jean
; wheelbarrow full of old clothe*. Morris. The ceremonv ws per-
if he bumps Into a sailor on horse- toemtd by the Rev. Bralhwaltc.
^\!
>|mus nl 8 p.m.
for
1 Hit IHT
and
Itimvillfl

Every Night
(Except Sunday)
'
- -1 i. Pi-Jl H SlOWtt
Not SulUble for ChUdren.
CXTRA :NEWS REEL SHOWING HMKtl OF
THE LATE KING.
I
NOW l\ STOCK ...
I.AlllKS JKItSKY NKillT DRKSSKS. Pink & White, front S4.ll lo 15.64
I \IIIS (II1NKSK PKTTICOATS. Pink & White, Irom S1.K1 to $4.88
II, wi',,S,.. lrom *105 ' '*
t Mil I.KKVS COTTON PAMIRS ................... Iron. Sc. to 78c.
ALSO
PASTORKUJB KNITTING WOOL 3-PLV Blue. Pink, Old Rov
liOI.I>.................................. (R) ja^ M
I II .UK KNITTINC. WOOL. Green & Yellow ............. 33c. ot.
LADIES GENUINE I I Mill It AND PLASTIC HANDBAGS ALL AT
KKDI'CKD PRICKS
T. R. EVANS & WHITFIELDS
Dial 4220
rOdR SHOE STORES
yO'*'*''*'V.*.'.'.'***-^-V-'-V**.'.'.V^--^.'.*.'*-.',-
GLOBI
TO-DAY 5 130 P.M. TO-MORROW S.30 P.M
Twentieth Century Fox ti
"MEET ME
chnlcolour MUSICAL
AFTER THE SHOW"
Betty
GHABI.r
Mac Donald
CAREY
Eddie
ALHEliT
Ron
t'Al.HOUHN
MONDAY and Tl'F.SDAY. 4 4.', t. S.3
ROAD HOUSE" (RICHARD W1UMAHK
AND
"CAUSE FOR ALARM" LQRBTTA YOUNG)
OPENING WEDNESDAY Feb. S7Ui 1 & S.3S
"THE MAN WTTII A CLOAK"
Joseph COTTEN Barbara STANWYt K
>ea,e
HOV1
TO-DAY 4.45 al g.lS
and continuing Dally
ITS CLOSER THM YOU THINK!
Know how It
fells to fly
to the Moon!
cum iy TECHNICOLOR
rrifccedhTGfOBGf PAl
aWKtst by IRVING PICHEL
Extra :
NEWNREEL Sho uif FUNERAL
OF THE LATE KIM.
Ieefh Loose
iums Bleed
Blrcdina; I.Ooa Tioth mt-an thai you may
liv I'yorrlMB. Trfmti Snuln ar
parhapa mme liad itlsou* Itiat will
aoooar or lataf caua-a year t*th to
till oat and may also ouav Ithtu-
natlaniand llMrt Troubtr. <.
tops sub- Me*dlng th- tirn dm.
eads sera mouth and quickly ti*m-
atuj tha U*th- Iron rUil iu.mM.-
Aaataaw muat ma** ynur muuih writ
and aava mar team or money tun k
on raturn of mpiy la-kaac Oat
mill- '
a'hi
KEATINGS
KILLS
ROYAL
TO-DA* at TO-MOKROW.
I 30 1.15
CHARLIE CHAPLIN in
"CITY LIGHTS"
and
"DEAD ON ARRIVAL"
With EDMOND O'BRIEN
Mon. Taea. 4.M B.1S
l-IIAMI.IE CHAPLIN in ..
"MONSIEUR VERDOUX-
"STRANOE WOMAN-
EXTRA
AT NIGHT SHOWS ONLY
MaWaTMl Showbir
KI'NERAL OF THE LATE
KINO
OLYMPIC
TO-DAY to Monday. 1 jo a\ 8 15
Columbia Smash Double
"HURRICANE ISLAND"
Starring
JON HALLMARIE WINDSOR
and
"HE IS A COCKEYED
WONDER**
Starring
MICKEY ROONEY
TERRY MOORE
TODAY ' "onoav uunop-i
IXU Bl'XIN* MAOtCAL VFIUir.n or IJVe ACTION AND
iM'i-i-eTjiv
ALICE in WONDERLAND BBS"
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BCn aj gaagaj q. ,,-m ,-
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rtiurl-. STARSTT h
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THS ASK AN* A- SWINI1
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WA1NCI |tOS Mapp."-. Mawcal
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TREASURE ISLAND
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Alan "Rorky t-ASZ Doublo'
SHERIFF OF WICHITA
SUNDOWN IN SANTA FE


S \l\ liii vn I I BRI u;\
IIXItltVIHIS AlAlM \ll
i\i.i iiikii:
WILL ADMITTED
IN COMMON FORM
THK Acting Puisne Judge I lahlp Mi Justin
imitlcd
mmbti farm thr will of M r who
I
limiting the will at had been
Ited by Taylor'i widow, Mary. His lordship made a
Clarence T; [itimate
ion of the di
K. W. Banuw argued thai the will should be
mitted in Solemn K
THfe-
IJMtin Of
\ thn in istra tion
'erday. the Act ng Pi. :
His Lordkhlp Mi. Just.,
BtioOS (ol
One W|| the petition of B
Francis of Vaughn's Hill. St i
Mr. Barrow u in**.
S


the Court. One
was begun in 1943 and was nn-
btr 29. 1945. This
M to be
Tb.f othsr win was
ntirn In loto on December 20,
e^!^^
TiZ*- >T ooeeMT &o\h
tm tut <.uir*- vrtt'
- ou ocas wuan
5ua.iL i DO ?.
4ir traffic
i u wagon ** *
ry ai
Harbour Log
In Carlisle Bay
sen
r. SmiUi
:
JS3I lor., art.
6 MOVFI1S FOK
STEAUNG SHEEP
Wild BmMt
Sprwitl Ru hit's
hull: \ H / //'
this
drew, a labourer, for MM

. .. i>( St
St J
Tin- otbac wai tha petition of
v. its C gaynei of ParadJ* Qap,
Spooners Hill. St. Michael. tdjOW,
I i hu-.butid Oliver
H
Land, hi.h'k Rock
B.-..
CHICAGO, fa* It.
.. wen (aead
'""an ,s wttfi a problem in the spread of
" 'heop J'. I
and took ii
:

i .i ii si. i | . : barnyard
i rei lo pre) ui

to be admitted to probate houl I
i will at '
HI Th. rveeked into
intended to gel - f-1.. .. .
before a policeman
India And U.S.
Sign Pad
DOt '' "tin
hat It had

NEW DELHI
IVlht I
holograph will or
'- 'liter.'

bad signed it. Beside* the Sl
will on December 2'
.use and would hit i llcnl
have revoki I the "ill Iteldl i< M tl -
which liegan In 1943.
tokl the court thai
Handwritinu 8 about I 10
repoi'
Tin eavaatoi bad In
V. lO while on 0
ndam with .. ! rep When
Oril
r p' lt"' Pep and ran
Ils Lord-hip. however, derided ,

i i I r Branekw " to the will, hut no
by Mi
solicitors, appeared for Hayns
\Himirnment
iship adjourn
eraUon ol the petition
Phillip.-i niarkmnn of Chapel Gap.
J for letter*
uf administration to th<
and Joseph R. Blatkasan,

Mi l) H L Ward, Instructed
Solicitor*, appeared
itlackinan. _.,. ____ ..
The ni her petition over which ,
tion'..... -
ont Rock, SL Joeiph, housewife, ,.........., bi
for le tSI Uon to tbo
estate of her husband K. Black-
man. formerly,uf Clement Rock, u
ehaunVur. hut late of Pnrt-of-
i inldad.
Mr E W. Harrow, instl
Mr. F. I llcllor, ap-
...HL^.i.
to
r 4.MO.0O0 mni
kpendance During 11 I
.ear alone, the Increase >n pro
dWMktti amounted to
ii- Ttas total sutaad I
M mUUon ton as com-
pared with 32,500.04)0 tons In
IfMi with the IncraaM to pro
lUCtlon the ex|- I

'
Kportetl. wblch I
.
I
1
ii -velop-
i I peciai
to the Social education In Kaahmn
.nmiirtwewrrt ot co-operatl* rtrldas dunin;
ii iwu yearn. Determined
,IU*S rivrttMl thee. .cam Ua* - *owl<
'. *M berorp a nollcrm"n ,. rartheal and moat ba
>.,.,. .,.., nil at ires, I th. i '
rabid am.- iaharlal Httwu, msat, &*.**! M
i .'.
\r?Mi- ! United centen In thr i1'
be 8 Jgft Kashmli ami J.^n.n.i rottaj th.
behaU ..umber has trebled._____________
. the united


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I'l i VJ CXASli KILLS SO
I. b, 22.
...iled and
lured wheti
10 plane
ill* Naval Aux-
.- |
.. | into a

i mway.
Two i'i iiiisscnaers
a harh was
training flight front
i on, ii home bae.
,i thai -"
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E. P.
l?.S. Plants For
Italians
for .i penicillin
factor? idmints-

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i" 1953.
...

Ion ""
made.
. ox- m lau-.ei h ;.oo u/jth- lold It..
. rolo...... Ih,
TO Mi \. Illi iv r '
i ) the Bur-
>>
trying to sell :'* ' "" lnc '**"
_, ,,,,, aet( |E
tll-il Iht nrw.p > .-
rrpnncri him a> faylnu. -Hl rmrai. loM ihr court lliol .
v.. on Comp.ll, of N
h;l I..-.-M diwn 1" ml.-
...................- ,.....
Chrbl Chinch; Ullian Gertrude
II
W.iilh
Scout Jamboree
Vppi'ul FuihI
Tl
ik^ I.
homcf and I"

nd I..- PJ ., vork.
"JS ..l.lllinrwl
I kind of will, but dwpito 'hit. H ratnl nitl i I I.m, smi
-" Ul| l....... Man, i "'< <"""''"'
H. lold turn i
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Rolocraph .
,p ,n howad it...' ).. i r
pile ----------------------
III. I. : utlK.
on i
CARE YOUR BUILDINGS!!
REPLACEMENTS COST s
'.2*W
Corrosion costs you Era if cor
. Form like my

,,ii whi re
Different Dales
individual! the Fund lnunehcd hv
I omiiiillee of tl
\ then
. n ., |
With the Jamaica Jamou IU which at the
I aarli oejtl pM>ntn leur the date lOlh
fund ha* only hrti
Scouting h*m done and wul date 29tri IMS," he
continue to do much for the youth said, TIUl Win >>e signed by the
inland and so -
the help and support of eve/y- ..,.
j^p Aninng the testator s papers, he
our donation* to the s-nd. there wn another
Roy.il Hnnk of Canada oi to Mr,
i hope when
.1 !lt to ll\f
Hood life. V.-
/; i // s hi i \t ii \ m.i
11M
lo the prt

. ,,v. rage monthlj
.i ..tioin 3041 over 'hi
..Is.
n'ii 0 borne acting In
on who im
>"! pt*. Iaa.lt
MtllWtHll
*
M 10.
*
sad
Mr P A l.v-,-1,
y, C "
Mr K Rol
M> I
indwritlng and bearing
1945
.
nature of two witnesses but it is
: fore _
nrtor appears to h tlip all ,
I n In two minds. The dis- j fm
of the proper.y in each Carnival In Trinidad, the
that they did not rOaU
Duvid \i\fii
S) From l'4|r I
Mi Ni
hat and shoes. His wit<
'
skirt
Le.ivin

.'it Trim I :
id a i"\< -
MAIL NOTICE
^i.il li K
U ll.n.U-,* .imtmnlnU
i Mall ..i
i Mail 1
to-day ni
-
Ill rrhtiiai
AiwKv. Irnproe-
tta ^ tnmsport rvonorn)
10 when i
.
..f Kandla Porl
in the Gulf of Kutch.
Kaixiki Is Intended to 1
, n l: iht*ii mojtn pi>n on BM
' H.oon-milii long o.i.m Iiru and
will provide 11 economic nutlet
Per her lai'K'* hlntartand covering
will
different On
10 10.43. he startrxl to

> hand,
,-ill. Thi. la the wtS which at th.- VITr ^.u: t; y
but .iii>
i holiday
AppintilinvnlK
Utte 29 12.45. From am, Carnival would ha\.
. mation of this wul. .h> somewhat.
"" " have come to the conclusion that
on iu 1 'Hi-lie,) "Nina"'
the word*, "given to Mi NI
Ural Cei, . York Mtltl.
in which be tool idlng role
The larl eii-M lines H
i |
thosa !: ivorh
Kidney Trouble Causes
Backache. Getting Up Nights

SFrom l'e I
ga V-
laundress. Men^l Hukpit.H with obviouMy fresher ami did not fr \-. -Mayer
tHect rran tOtfi Jawuiry, i2. appear to have been diluted ns -n
did the ink In which the remain- HarbacV Hi I i had been
InformatioT- planning a trip i
irom the Colo air. time and It was a happy coinci-
i ;t Tesliiimnium Clause ik'ii.c that he was able lo lit in his
t i,shed hi* iippojntnwnt ai :, i -in the will of bol friends were In
tor General of Colonial 25 1245. there is at the end what Barbados.
Police ai the Colonial Office on purport! to be a teslimonium What was he phinniun to do
1st. Novemb er, 1951. on the ex- clsues and in It a space in left during his stay? Mr. Nlven said
plry of his period of secondment for this signature or at any rata be and his
from th. Home Ofllee and re- nifc name, tint neither his name rest, but he was looking forward
that Department at ihe nor his signature appears. to going spear fishing of! the St
'request of the Home Secretary. -The attention of the testator James coast. He has brought
Mr W A Muller. CJLG-, is what matters and I am satis- along four 12-foot stain 1
I itelv Commissioner of P"lice, jied that the testator intended the spears, goggles and other undcr-
rtylka, has been appointed will of ihe 29th and ler equipment H. h
CCeed Mr. Johnson ag In- lo be hi- last will and testament Bermuda on thr. .
1 therefore admit this will ;asions and has di"
N vember. 1951 dated 29.12.45" spear Ashing then.
If yon'r- f-llna oat >'
i-v ..i,.i r- i


r nfcH-lrltMl Ill-Ill-
'Up Kidncvi'bectof Woy

tU ensfitNo ay


) you know ihe imennt
Corrugated Ir^-n Igaprrti l
tropical countries every *r '
Thr figure isa.'onih*nfiv, biSh, "~.
alter allowing roi new Works tbl
balance represent', a hravv Eottett I "
lach of taking DffOpU rrcitiitions
Protection its eany with
aic>
Anti-Corrou'oe Paint
for tvery INCH of metal.
ThPKOOKNE is an anti-corroaiv.
I foe | h rsrjHea. It hng-
llriaceoi metai-work.'formtng
' kin which preserves
I Indeunhcttt Inthperatu-ac"
-h Rjd, (ir.-v a-" "".een
niaati.i/ rAnm. mh-u- atraf
IMMMII A SONS I'a......
Mi..il.,li
I .
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r-Lilajra,!,
A.S. BRYDEJN &S()NS.bARbados,LTD.
I keep fresh, all day...!
supvrb vur.....
e is ewnlhine vou wanl
1
I use LIFEBUOY TOILET SOAP
. I iiut keapi ahead of ihe queue in town travel
en road, a cat thai ljp> the mile* in safety and
f ng tat live in comfoit 70 hone po*er gb>
| cncinc that run* ai uno.ith as silk. Steering
......*heel
rnuottn mi'die loughcrt road*. lOCLbicfccl
ofiagsasc tpaa. a^kgdal i as ai gstfcasssh rsslasnl ! i I
hat IPpSS I lo -r pn-ud ssntln will be found in
. | | |sg| tfBftsI
>
It's easy to keep lYcsh all day juit g
Lifebuoy Toilet Soap whenever you a
dcep-cleartsing lather really free youofwean-
eps vou frc-hcr so much longer. So get
a Ublct of Lifebuoy today and make sure of
dav-lone. irohnes"'
/.>/. PERSOy tl, FRESHNESS l/.if II 5
MORRIS ^
M I II It
FORT ROYAL GARAGE LTD.
Phone 2385 Sole Distributor, Phone 4504
Dazzling *hilrs. l|HlHl|| cnluurN' Thai'* hal
Rinso will Rive. Rmio w*hir Ihoroughly re-
moirt, all the din vet it !. mi enj ) use .ind
so gentle t.>. Fur whiter wj-Ii. in I
qui.l UM S1HS0

i^ssr*-**-
.....11- "'*":', ,^m
RINSO for all your wash !
/


PACE rots
BAKBADOS ADVOCATE
SATURDAY HBKl \U\ I -
8\RBADos^Amofm In-old Stories Of The NOBODY'S
ian Who Was Kins* DIARY
u---------
S.lunl-. Fltn B, l!52
Trrfanirul School
i.\ :it Laboui i
pamphlet, "Ldix'iir Marvin's On, lin-
: ;ii ik made that in the very near
future the parly will "ncpukd U>
fftWItt for industrial training." This
statement II very ambiguous. It may b
interpreted to mean lh.it the patty rnirti-l-,
to support the recommendations made in
"Vocational and Technical Training,"
which is now being studied by a special
Committee: or it may be interpreted to

DM hopes that it means that a
beginning will soon be made towards the
creation of a good secondary technical
school.
is one augury o| good intentions.
Major Dar.ington. who returned lu llritish
C.uiana last week came here at the special
invitation of the Government of Barbados
that the local committee which is
studying the "Vocational and Technical
Training" pamphlet at the request of the
Government, might have the benetit of
his advice. Major Darlington has given
that advice and no gift of prophecy is
necessary to suppose that it will not be I
taken in the form in which he gave it.
Yet everyone would argue that it was
worth hearing his advice Only, alter
hearing it, the committee should lose no
time in coming to a decision and the Go*
eminent should at once acquaint the pub-
lic with the contents of that decision.
What is that decision likely to be ? It
is impossible to forecast the actual details
of their decision but it seems reasonably
certain that the Government intends tu
make a beginning with technical educa-
tion and tli.ii expenditure on technical
education has been allowed ft in the
estimates which will be introduced soon
in the Assembly and Legislative Council.
It seems also certain that this expendi-
ture will be on a modest scale and will by
no means provide what is wanted. Yet
any expenditure designed to inaugurate a
system of technical education will be wel-
come as a sign of conversion and ack-
nowledgment of the fact that nothing
restricts Barbadian chances of employ-
ment at home and abroad more than the
absence of facilities for acquirim; techni-
cal education.
The views of its champions are con-
tained in the pamphlet "Vocational and
Technical Training." This pamphlet was
submitted in the form of a unanimous
report by select committee which met
on 35 occasions, beginning on 17th July,
1946. The report paid tribute to an att
made in 1944 to establish a technical
school and mentioned a comprehensive
report prepared by Mr. C. G. Crawford to
which that attempt was indebted.
Progress towards a technical school has
been a long and painful progress and the
ninth year has been reached since Mr.
Crawford reported in 1943.
The public which has suffered most
from the delay in starting a technical
school is impatient of further delay. The
Government realises this and will no j
doubt urge the committee to express its
decisions before the estimates are pub- !
lished- Whether the Committee decides J
to add a technical wing to Combermere j
School or to convert Combermere entire- \
ly into a Technical School or decides i
against utilising any existing school, are
important factors affecting expenditure
It is. obviously important that limited
funds should be wisely spent and it is
essential that the greatest possible use be
made of existing school buildings.
Of equal importance is the inter-mesh-
ing of facilities provided by the Evening
Institute with the programme of the tech-
nical school. Until the technical school
is producing adequate numbers of correct-
ly trained technicians only the Evening
Institute can till the gaps in knowtadgi
experienced by those who have already
entered Industry without having had the
requisite preliminary technical education.
No less important will he the liaison be-
tween the Board of the Technical School
and the Director of Education. It would
obviously be undesirable for the Board to
operate m vaeuo, suspended from the
normal educational programme of the
island.
It would, on the other hand, U- tragk
and would mutilate the functions of a
technical school if its board of dii<
academicians.
Only i( the technical school is influ-
enced, directed and controlled by a Board
which is fully representative of C
and Industry will its role in the commun-
ity be properly fullllled. No doubt these
points are appreciated by the committee
and the Government. The public should
know soon.
ii. norm \\ run i
MOM -I * fc" *
I..mi.I and i -llur .aTrworii kn.
Ilr Ml in llir Howl irrlu*<- SfttB
hi. h<-*miiu Qun-n. jnd
,-n i- mniijii h should. *l '
lltr applaurilna IT**dJ
We
hu d*uhtrul
is ram mouth
On the radio, at Christmas, M


the kKcti
. i i i
lit t<> uh all.
Dunns iho**1 '
tired and stumhW-il II was a brave
iWl lltll"
in us and mad-
i-tma> dinner ait a bit
ituiiia U> VI did personally.
I out the ulal*a and
i No, 143. from the picric b.sk*u.
Uuki 01 Wl-i-n old Amos, hi* head keeper.
i... Kuu bmpad '> hta
Uad him with the
'
as they |D .hooting days.
Km* had cone, old
-,ia to be- Amoa was miiuii up in bed, with
hU lips and SOkd hit lip., and hi* cheek .
with his aliifht (tuner that until flu before DM be-
ihat nu'i '.m< loved aw '
i f-wtU tr\ la d-do m i. hm nnn naaaaei tvaafaai
King like.! In stroll alone fi..,,
".tringhain. acrosi the estate _
parkland, to play tenm* with Lord Tuesday"It sounded So strange in February
Ha tap* RUsabatf) rarssojr, << m-uchbour. He liked
I wooden bench al the
fu" Ufa i ... lk-M in front of
pavilion that he had rebuilt
i.m ill* burner
. u Ueorge Monday -Thert is. I learnt toda> one ..tnei
way of making money out of
betides getting free swill for pigs. But
it affects butchers only. In my neigh-
bourhood there lives a man who is known
as the diseased meat butcher His trade
is to buy all the broken down pieces of
livestock he can And still on their feet
and he doesn't refuse any. That's what
I'm told and who am 1 to say it isn't
true''
.<.wn do
< hanged Voice
Then, as the yeirs passed, came
thai mellowness and SUP
.i Kuir who knew his
bonaatk UM tatas.
and listened, not in qm .
in ,i kind of aatai had h
man who served us all, and who
in< Royal ha
IsAJrnsd the magV ! tti-atness.
with (to .< .11
An ... W\ i Iha
U all the
1 IB
r uf a riranu-r II
trfls hoarnc and I i
was MM roice o/ Ihe H
KM had known, and who had
taught M I" IBM hail He WOM a
..... kstta dSStfc upon his should-
er, and Ihe King knnr If. thouph
we did met
All the time, behind the gilded
curtains of Itoyally. lived a man
that none of us know
if us will truly know him.
as his wife and daughters knew
him. Even Prince Charkks. irMiuir-
ing now. In faltering baby voice,
Mtpa", who Is dead knew

Much of his story tvOl
remain UnkoldL Hut Ihnv remain a
few crumbs, by which thoae of us
And he never forgot the village
' VtTJ informal man, Mhool at Saiulringhsm. "The Kin,
bea Uf would let him be Ik ., country gentleman to
at us." says Mr S Willis. In ,
sehool at
"" killing Of ganw Dial ple.sed Dersinaham. where most of the
.ire children Bai
Opatt, wr* a tew in-nigh imslafl.
ill.. II, ,;, ,- K. ..,ut.<( dj-i" K-hir
DM- ihe school nas built, and in 194:
he r, ,i Royal casto*
I 'resenll'ig a li\blc every i/ta<
"ie scholar who belt InMH ih.
tin own Sertneares, ivnea ht paid a osll *
lulling uvuld uisp>'r[ oery room thor-
\"' the ouphly and ijuestion the chlldre*.
King . Hm "'^i'U' most o/ Ihem bu nome-
covert
"If Nazis Come"
He could always And a Joke
d-mt anythins that did not work.
jny formal pomposity that did not
invasion threat of 11*40 Iha Kim
fag given Instructions In how to
use a Sten gun. In case emin>
paratroopers might try to seize
The l.a.1 Knlry
\m h.hiId criti knowlnc thai
lil\ m\ i*i l were % well stocked ai
,"i> In Uh klniilum. And II was
ii'ii Btaai wrrki ago thai the King
h.'M a lltilr parti lo eelrbr Ir tie- Ou >r .ni hr had h-icKed hK Ihoiuandlh "P Hat I'n-t Strn gun il prompt I %
MiHKlKNk! jammed. He picked up another.
I want to ,<\ I ihousand." said '""' that )nmmed too.
who were ..!. r. i r i < galas may judge and loea the ran aatrj s-iuire. And he aae," he said, "that always hap-
m.m who laid down his life In our did IS i j llumsand. His score was I"""-, when I touch machinery. I
tk before he died, only hope it dtoesn'l happen If the
"1 remember the King," says Brer) dm Of them was entered In Naifl* '
sUble boy holding his pint of beer ;!(,. Sandringham game book, such ". when the Nails did come
itlls rantaan bar tint used ^ ill country squires kei-p, in his ^n^ bombed Buckingham Palace.
to be kept in the Royal Mew* I- ndwnting. >l w >>o> only on the occasion
hind Buckingham Palace. "I re- ... that Mr, Churchill mentioned on
I the King coming aro t RlSJht, when the King
Ihe Mi" mini When ,. scaped BSJTOWiy, There i.s .till a
i mi boot Bandrlng- "'"'' sP!,l,ter embedded in the
rang agall
it one "f his horse> ||jk- g/iu|,| fftTin
wm denf old .,..kk.r f
WoUard, th.- ha Ko had a touch of Ui<*
lowing ,- m hls
Ooorsjs wag the man uh.. I.k.i. i ,iu,ng
br ," path "f ili-iinguiihod < i
visitors. ftoblnsni

like most deaf chjpa, old Ci-u
iiwed to shout .it the top of h
) id b
wall of Um Ki-ninci-floor
hO King used to sleep
during the raids. It smashed
through the window-shutters and
i in the wall just over the King "

He was never so happy In the
ban-
/ipM there
of the Vuc.n nf Denmark,
lag flr*i thns th, imc
oadeasi from (he I'alacc.
"It l^-ill'l Hurt" too HI to attend
"The KIiik came near, with this IhS banquet, hut hi- .it up in Ins
rhtrf sroom. and couple ol li iei,lnK ,. the broadcast of
rtiurrric*. Ills Majealv was trtng >'" '"' 'i'1'-
to say something to Ihem. bat no- embled, austere
hiwly could hear anlhlng for lh<
bSHBS of old llrwir'i voice. fBthOt
"The King stands It for a minute, Thea, dawn Ihs
bo ti old Ooorga on the p of paper 1
.,;. ,.(>,..' ,,< Turp.,,- SS-JL2 "-&JUT,LS
i.i...; ban
who wears the Crown '*
around her.- you
"Then In- laiUfbs BOd OOOTSI
ltd in ,i minute 001 I rho I
else is laughing."
l' i I ana In the
s r j < 11 Inghim, lhai
-if 1948, th.it gave
i hjni "f what might '>*'
wrong with the King'* heal'h
The young racehorse trod on the
King's foot, acawiched ii undsi ins
metnl-shod hoaf.
Tin
for the King, but he Blmpll I d
with ii wry smile It .1-
. bit I vc tost the leeling In thai
foot, some time ago."
This wm the start of his illness, l*>tr
fDr when the doctor* examine.! it.
the King a few days afterwards
m khm trouble with
Mi"k1 flow.
'
It
'.
her
Kill);
It .id .Imply: "Tell them th.t
Tnrpln has won" Il was In his
nun ha ml writ! nt. .nil I'rln.i-s.
rillr-ibelh read II ..loud with a
pleised ll'lle smile.
-r ,11 I. ; .,
Th" K d-n.tured ^SSS^STm
lost AlSandrlngham.onthaHaPt "SKru.t' "Hi
host.
ahool ..f ui* life he u.i* in greal
good humour, and *lir
shoot personally, placed the fona
iiiiiniilute concern and odd his law guests when to
HIP nilla 'n hla
eg-pulllng win !
in i.iw one
i iher of h
heart belonKed. He loved trees
and Held*. A gale blew a giant
rim down a rouple of years age
-1 ltu.km,li.hi Palace. The tree
fell aeroBH the famous Queen
Vlrtorla lawn. When the King
Has i..ill b telephone he motored
down that same iflagBOS. from
- .mil in,ii mi to Inspect the dam-
age.
"My C.oodi
The head gardeiur was told of
IhS Kmg-1 arrival. Hastfb h.
i into his iTlci.il black
Iscket and striped trousers and
h ilked out on to the lnwn.
"Ah. there you are!" said the
King This tree is still alive. Il
wr are quick about It We can get
her replanted, don't you think"?
The head gardener agreed. "I'd
ke to get a qualified team of
i ram to do the Job, Your
The King nodded. "All right.
I in how much will the foresters
I ust".
About 150. Sir."
Thi-re was a moment's horrified
, silence The King said' "Afu good-
inybody missed ,.. ,_ d(1 ^ lMnk ^ *.
manep*" The h^.V4i" par,'banr'! "^ "ad KnHv Pon His Ma,,;-
bBl-S and missed tu'$ arm.
. _,,_ "Not in frotU of Ihe ttaff. dear
A arufl. Bbmt-aoundlns: voice .he said. i.-iMi a lillle tniile
"Can't "
_ thing And it waa "in front of the
old?" It was stafT that brave King George Vf
Hut Prince Charles iraj about lo he Ki.^ his Voice distorted by his apcnl most of his days, m a
"'rw1iT;,iri,L i' ,. ? lung operation, but parade. But the few
J*H V'/tr'lrrJrjZ %WSU^ "!-" lh;.t COfflf to US of the
uStiL.lkZ" Nia.lv aU Ihosa duties as host man himself show something oi
lime lifce this.__________^____________that Ins father, George V. lefl I i whj he was loved.
Our Hi.uli is S;i
llu CfasJ Of l ivhiK
To tag Editor. The fldJoOTSlf.
AIR The burn ng
.omtnoditlea ao that the buying not men. H R'g. Movement is;
may have j belter buying known a- Scouting for Boys" '
The rvMilt a( ni.h prill- god ihe object of ScouUng is to
.In- make men' out of boys. Your
.h lender writer seems to assume
oflt for ihe mer- that Lord Rowallan meant that
Iha high cost of living seems lo bo chants than I n were lo be made out of men
.ulminating to a frSfna i.ioe to be less 0? perhaps 'mud'.
Island Ineed. one shudders to '' ... t ,,i In mv Ust broadcast I merely
v bo living reminded the lay folk whose co-
opsraUon I am soliciting that the
Sco ter was assisting them
further advanced as they seem lo maintain nSalU "> looking after their boys, I
us. Alrc.idy there ore zenry Its people should : ">** specify any portlcular
scores of families who i-an ill affoi,! mable access ;. PS of hoy and as the greater
to properly feed and cloth* ,,,.! .. always include* the lesser It must
selves. Many have to roaort thins an I '*' -"'""Wl that good as well a*
niedxlne whenever bad llll,e V9 *"* meant
which hi obtaining certain iwtdful rsqulrsd. n
'in ordsi to nuke lea
end* mi- .. ,.. turning out good
of being able to honour the oUiga- ..i ., ^ masters are also teachers They
-tr......K-.^.-mv.... anA -__,, ,n . .,..
in such a w.ty. tu become worn ,, his bcrl in h's ... "I"1 * Mne * ,no'
which the h,gh m-p,S?! ,"* ^',h>yr^L, K?*'
-,OS' MB nr to keen lK Volt SS Th,"
which may befall thi family III |01. " sJosTimegtlr i^ th^ wJE
fettter, rhsAJllBOSfi; '* concen.-d. may yet fad to
Bll .-and so implement the Patrol System ano
msrclsl gcses thai ' my with whom i have J f,u! .'" ,,.ia*"1* 'rnc". "S1 ,
. r-ikonto imd.'t.iand what your y,p ''""' >vil ll> Seou'
Tuesday. 19th IrS^ __as ~,._____
Si wanted lo convey t-> hi- Y" >">dor writers reference
It the .i
I ,. mc One thing be das do
ironmongt ignorai
to hear St Philip's Mr. Mottley talk
about members of this August House. St.
Philips Mr Mottley has a style all his
own: it reminds me of the sound of egg*
frying in the pan: the words come sizz-
ling out with crackles: and besides the
glint In his eyes unhidden by spectacle*
you can see his movtofj Bllfjtv pointing
now at Mr Speaker, now at Mr. Harrow
and now at nobody in particular. 1
nienUnii M\ Barrow because he's a bit
of a linger wagger himself.
Wednesday One of the billions of things
about which I've remained in ignorance
until today is the use of black sea eggs or
cobblers. 1 though 1 had stumbled on a
minor industry for making toilet brushes
from black sea-eggs' prickles when I saw
two lads brushing the prickles off cob-
bles on a beach. 1 was so interested to
tind out what they were doing that I
never worried to ask them if they real-
ised the mess they were making of the
beach. If I had they would never have
let me into their secret. They use the
black sea eggs' body when it has been
deprickled for bait. You put the body on
a hook and sling your line out to sea.
Porgls love it I was told and these two
boys were sure of getting 30 lbs of fish
from their two dozens or so cobblers sans
prickles.
ThursdayLocal journalists are slap bang in
the Engli.vli newspaper tradition when
they devote so much space to the open-
ing of new latrines. I remember an old
colleague who now slaves at a sub-
editor's desk with a dozen or more slaves
in London telling me of his column and
a half in a Yorkshire paper describing
his town's first underground lavatory. If
1 remember rightly the Mayor and Cor-
poration turned out in full morning dress
and there were bouquets of roses
over the lavatory. Personally I'm all in
favour of publicity for lavatories and as
a street walker for many years I can
notice little lavatory improvement in
Bridgetown today. Only the other night
in the Trafalgar Square park alias the
ex-Central Foundry I discovered a lady
coming from behind my car. I don'l
know where else she could have gone for
cover because the nearest ladies lavatory
that I know about was in Goddard's
Restaurant and even supposing shr
could afford to patronise Goddard?* it
would have been shut by thot time. The
only thing I can say in favour of Bridge-
town lavatories is that you can find one
or two if you keep trying but 1 remem-
ber walking all over St. John's in
Antigua before I finally found rest in the
Harbour Masters. The people who hold
up the buildings of lavatories in Bridge-
town have obviously never needed them
in a hurry, otherwise ihey might under*
stand why they are so urgently needed.
FridayToday I found myself in the Posl
Office (not looking for my post which
gets to me sooner or later) but trying
to find a telephone directory. It ma>
have been there but if so it was well and
truly hidden. In case it isn't there don't
you think it's time somebody thought of
putting one in or maybe two or three
would be better, with phones to go with
them of course. Lots of people who tele-
phone me don't have telephones a0 they
must be terrible nuisances to their
neighbours.
A]!.nch*.l i^af,er,^opl^aStTdsyOwing to the rising cost of living
. im.lren and assist parents In .... .....
.nil,- u,n'-ns out good cltirens. Scout- (you don t have to believe this story if
vss SESsIfc'SfS you don't wanl lo'rm ,rying to educ,te
i t*. .I- hi. ..... ... k.^ and I refenvd to some of their
PAPER SERVIETTES
In Plain White
Sl.ee |M-r h-n.lrrd
ADVOCATE STATIONERY
Broad Street Jr. Greyitone, Hutinft
ill II
Ah Aimrrirmn
#*..-.vfi < 1'ookvr
To rook -r .r./i/i.i../ you ,-rvr
Ihouyht ol mm in a fmrlion
ol thf time, too!
So fusif to optrutv antl mo
frnnomirul mm I'iirht-r's hUM it.
t.S. IMII III II A 4 o.
Your
to the blind leading the hliml I
,(l by no means a paraphrase ol ma
-^ of ateir.eiii ihat Scoutmasters fll
..,\dm,, ib.. tommmg,*!* .'""{JS;
iB. tt"gtaV%!C5
l lm. wh*n hp *ser*e* that a boy is
Ihe noble Lord not oodJ*t?r ' ^gSJSJ
Mid to the Cl Com- lf >* ,* "* krP*. I'L
with what '* !< shotild he that the Seou
< m? broadcast keeping the Scout
...,,,. ,n u,.,, i. is no a ood hoy and will
la not become a good man.
* I rouUI go nn almost 'fld tnttnl-
sjt said that ou no* .yo",r. **&**
not angels *ritrr not only contradicts hlm-
ilri .1 not . ^ |(art imu. boyt. ti his ignorance
be better or a lit) Scouting as well as his in-
' iul ol die abtlltl to i[>preclale the subtle-
reduce U ,,f Bi| jort.. I^>rd Rowiillan's and
Lord 1
in his sev- Yours Sinccrck.
n eral address) bat Us- J. F. GRIFFITH
all-roun.i fw boys Island Commissioner.

rwofvv
mnnthii i. .


my four-year-old son at home and Tm
learning a lot of things as a result. I
don't mean the words he uses. They are
a reflection of the words he hears and a
lot of people call at our house every day.
What surprised me and wakes no echoes
o| my own childhood is his love of two's.
He not only makes them in preference to
all other letters or figures but he sees a
lot more in them than you or I would.
He makes them "praying", "sitting",
"swimming", "kicking" and with "one
leg cocked up."
I hope this isn't a sign of heredity. It
would be a terrible thing to have one's
own sun trying to earn a living by the
use of his imagination, but I'm afraid
mathematicians have, even at age four,
a greater respect for figures than my
son.
P.S.I am pleased to learn about the
S PC.As stray dog activities, but turn
to page seven of Wednesday's Advocate
and tell me if any of the stray dogs you
see look like that one.
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sMl IDAS, HlBRl AKY 23. 1W2
UUIrt.DOS AllNiii VII
PAor. five
FISHING BOAT LAUNCHED ON WEDNESDAY
Plane Club
l.evtifres Slart
Tiresday Nig hi
Wrecked On Thursday
WITHIN thirty-six hours of bein launched, the fish-
ing boat "Dawn", uwncd by Charle.s Donald McKi
Holetown, was driven ashore on Thursday muht an
pletelv ani
McKenzie launched his newlv completed boqt last
Wednesday evening about 5.30 o'clock, but it was too late
to ballast it. and he moored it oft Holetown.
Th* CXeep* ir light squalls jppMtm
it- th. south-eastern sky sty
. nomine, it I .1 luir dii> Dm nit "l"'
night, hou.v, v., SB 0 ih<>
iiit became chappy
and lh< *
H SOU *).....
The ik->t .i 11i serial ,,i M attered an ihe.
Barbados *htals. Except fur th. sails
Li. in Aeroplane Chib will be being wiw Lhe bull ara
held at the British Council Plate s/raeh
..' *\ fixi pjn on Tint
. ex- Drifting:
pla niri.1 The Theory of Flight"' Alter four daJ
Will be Shown. K.iiyone is in- ,he crew of the fishing boat sea
vited to these lectures. <-:'i' thefe- vessel Sea
On Thuraday night the B UA.C. ,*rd wn,>'1 they *"* picked up
>-M a meeting at which Mr. ''V ** fishing boat -
Wood Goddard. Chairman of the *>* Tom Pollard who refused t.
Committee of Management re-id uke lne,r bo*t ln ,ow bagajuss
a progress report of the Club low wind* ThP boat was left to
irom its Inenplion up to the drl"
i-'bM*!it stage
Mr. A. R. Toppln. President. In r..Skl'",pfeJi bv Hm':,llVCV .?'
his opening address, complimented SSftJSKft i* K!wh^SiLa,l,e
the club on Its progre*, and said "- ** fJJ,nJhe Bride-
ihat he had never seen any other '*" Whjr* l-sl Monday morning
at 4 o'clock, and for three days,
the'owner Claude Beck:>
anxiously for Ihr return of his
only boat.
.ibout 12 midnight on
mrsday that he received th
dreaded news that hit
i:\iiHi\iviiis
S. American Troupe
To Give Shows Here
The South American Variety entertainers arrived ir
be Itlaftd on Thursday morning by the Canadian Cruiser
The troupe, which is headed by Harvey Rofel
-ix weeks in the island giving shows at theatres dubs anr
piti _^^_____^^_^_
ltogeis Is paving his '
< liri-li.m Sioncr
Uaelure13o Be Given
\c\l Tilrststiv
For relief from
ASTHMA
one small tablet acts
quickly and effectively I

':
i- in IHl with Ihr
.*.l-
m
club rruike bo much progress in
so short a time. He offered the
club hn full support.
A letter was road from Wing
Commander L A. EtfglesfleJd. Dl- Th" h % hL
rector General of Civil AvlaUon. T"""'>' '"at he
In which he too offered to assist
the Club In any way possible.
Mr. D. Malone gave a talk on
what the lectures would be about
and stressed that it was vitally
Important for both flying mem-
bers and prospective flying mem-
bers to attend these lectures. By
attending these lectures flying
member* would lessen the work
i the instructors.
SEVEN .! gftBS member- of Uir Bonth American Variety entertain*!*
who arrived uto on Thursday
They ara (1. 10 r. standing). *'' JLirvry
Itoger-. Doreen nravaaaade and Ior Hiu.tr Sqnatting i one of the
K. '!],"- feMtSMffl ___________
Hi- re art
> .hi troupe Hai -
rtnei Bon.

nee*; ibf pnodhoo
. .-,- .- to
. walkers, stunt rtdarj
.... Onsen, .i ui ic
l ii. of |h* \n\ Hnt-
u

!. pi gramma over
/ i n Enid Kmc who is lefinad
Sweetheart te lbs *;ii>h>
i'.....
i It .si's.imte, ingvr and dancer
I Hunlr. ttM h"
tanas : iha k dttuj bands
Tin- abundasW htaltli
thai thuii-.iiiii. have found m Um i
ChrtaMaa s- imm win i
U- Itmjsbaatnd m Um free public
Uvturv OB this subji'it to ! g|V4 I
on Tuesday evening ;'<
i aai m the Chi katian Bcstn
Chureh, Oarrtson Hill
been
I
abandoned. "But."
glad that tho
B.G. Headmaster Thin As
Age Grouping \ Handicap
I MfS
Skipper Oatf reported thai
after h- had left for the Hahlni
hank*, he veered toward* the
weal and Immediately he ran
Into a ealm. Morday night
paaaed without incident, and
> did the following two davs
jn.1 nighU.
A TEACHERS' TRAINING COLLEGE i> very MMntUJ in
pMOmgMiW country, Mr. James H Kilkenny. Head-
master (i[St Miirv'-i Anehcan School. Vretxln:h.">|< British
(iuiana. told the Advocate yestei-day. Mi Kilkenny -
gpandina m\ uriUfi' boUda in the aland H* li itayinR
with Sfit, and Mrs Frank Edwards at Da'
The sBsakar win i>- Ratp
I B ot Ban I
CallfxniKi He is aulh-.i bed i-v
Mirthoi Church, rhs firs
rch of Christ, S. ,'
. Brrtam Atteas The New l0,)*^h'!**^'
lAickie* Qrrhstru U sapeetsd lo ""* hr"fA"n Scr^ "-^'i
. t, jps m Ranado* after many quwtlons of vital Impo,-
ance to eseryoM to-daj H
lecture Is snUtaM i I
Ptom liarbadoi the troupe >v Meaea Its RatnatatonMnt ot
hoping to tour Jamaica. Aruba. Primitive Cbristaantty aitj]
i "Hi" spiritual Healing" in particular I
'..ml- a -* he will BtNSS UM
_^^^^^,^^_ prayer to heal all type" of rtiei
and destroy P
This leclun- Whl I
i > Ki'-t Church nf ChTW i |
IW Hiulgelown It <>i>eTi
OBITUARY
i/r.s. C. Cobham
Snipers Kill
Legionnaire

In
ii I hav- visiti ' i ta
TT'NIS. Feb. 22.
It was V rued that auiper
fired on a military patrol at Kef
-iurln* the night killing a French
I
AutborUle* Oceurred during the night when
liper opsned ii.'
>:i it military patrol In the centre
l ... T
B) this nme h,. was oft* tlie w,,|,:i '-'v' VISBea 1 UU
Nortn Point Liahtheuei Ttui *hal --t u(
day they ran into strong winds i"**fl Pinion I
and the nhb-.ni bn-ke. and about ,rrl rau5h ",u" '""l" w
m> c'osoek in the svaftiraj the) lf
Sighted the U*t raptained bv ''*P*< h the Age Or. ,
T>m PolUrd who agreed to take
them on board, but said he
could not take their vcw-l in tew,
the tide being hard ami ths wind
i .w
ten
trough! Ashore
They weiP wuugnt
about II o'clock
i'ii lbs
leieher rJllcleni scop*' I ..

pupils wliHr ths 'lull one |inrf
Bjsbors
Thursday schools are vny up.t*'-
Anrthcr nttnek wbi made dur- night, none the WOTSt tm then at most of the schools I visited.
ing the night at Boussi El Bey. experiwice. .' '> wort -n a
ggjven miles from Tunla where The boat which is valued al
shots .-re rtred at h oasslns car. ^bout $750.00 was not covered b>
as in)urod but several Insurance. Mixed CnmOsi
bullet holes were found In the The owner told the Advocate .;< KOkennj itressed ih.it he
mat when his boat did not return, f. Ifi .' ; romotkM bv ;ittBitimenl
ha reported the matter to the and abHlt< f tl
Fisheries Officer, and asked if he chiavs bettei rSBull Tt>
would send the Investigator W in British Ouiana
search for the Ses l-ard. He was no age grouping .mil mo
thru informed that the Inveatlga- schools ^ire Mixed s
tor was Itself out U> sea, and that He said that British Guiana
there was no radio on board. also I
He thought dial if il -n, i>s- CoUegS '
siblj to get In touch with ihe thtoumi the Instrt
Inveatlgator al the time, she Mi I U
could have bwn asked n, oarry Education At first II had I I
out ihe search, and perhaps the of only three, but today II
Sea Lord might have been wived, niton
This was lh,. onl) yeef he did In
not renew the Insurant., I1
on tho boat.
automobile
Last niaht's incidents bring the
death tool |n Tunis since rioting
Started "Te on January 16 ln
killed .md more than 200 wounded.
nthla t'obham passed
Btfa ol February
I inj and |u i
tiu.uniii thai
ii,i would be siKir*"d
l nme.
the hin.h and *
,.(ii Hoi quiet unaa-
ln| manner, lb dignity and
h which she laced tn
ol iii. sncV
asp lalrj to ;""
. | bang) sn
.. ougtu up iii the
,; st Cyprian's,
isachei ms
married at s; Cyprian's, and
Inusd he. worship H ^(-
labss1 church.
She was Isid t<
sstbury Cssneb
In pn'seticr nf
iatl
MM .d the
,.n pab i life
i large gulh-
Kod fritndj
her almoat all her life and
I II KII.KINM
whom her passing
of deep regret.
iU t--
CFM Raff TO-/* I i
tm nrsl sreal task ol
hunMnlty is nnl dellveranir
bj Ihe suord but deliver-
ones hrssn the .word
David Llovd I.corse
Death Due To Toxemia And
Bronchial Pneumonia
ninc-maa jury
ksatfa due
rd

INDIANS SEE HARD
IN JAMAICA
SAYS SAHAY
at Ti

'leal s/ork. includli
I
\.. \ mi

ii r I
A teacher'
years ami i
,,t , ..
' '
I
Most of the Indians in Jamaica the Wes' Indies and tndll
unlike those in Barbados sre were closely related and
workers on plantations. Due to wag much ln common hence tlisy
the lacfc of work, there is iome should try ui know each other
hardship existing among them, more and more.
but snorts are being made by
the (iiivrrnmenl and aome prom-
inent Indians to amello inaii
c nihtion. Shri Anand asenan
Sahay. Indian CommlaWoner for
W< Indies and British Gui-
Bna told the Advocate last night
The Commissioner who was In
Jamaica since February' 5 on un
C Tlcial lour passed through, here
I. st nipht by B.W.I A. on his way
I ick to hi* headquarters In Trinl-
Ojd. At the airport to meet him
vere some members of the Indian
Community here with whom he
chatted for a few minutes.
Ha .ui that he had visited
different parts of Jamaica where
the Indians were living in order
to study conditions for himself
Mil known that most of
them were very poor because
there was no work, but of course.
In some parts of the country,
s me were better off than others.
The housing condition! In some
Ethe Island were good.
ut ihe hurricane had done great
damage and the Government was
trying to render assistance by
The College c
:i to students. Thi
th!
jnd fen nehlal pneu........ to His
Mr i A
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Hall st Michael was concluded
I
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In .ui|
On Thorrbury Hill.
Chris! Chun I Hi Ik d t 'he
i\ rang to
laken to thg......
itiMiis um svKtr
i'i i. 'it*
\ RtlJAHLi: HI RM
I MIKMIN MllH
t.neetiul ill expelllns
uorm> (Kound and Thread)
Sperlall> rriommended for
i....... snd adull-
KdlllS SIIIMAIIIII
rvWMl
Mb. I. I'riro I
Mil. ! Ihe formula of I'rol
Hugh Mar Lean.
For the treatment ol Aridi-
ty, lii.IU--.il... Flalulrtirr
'.I Hi iiUhiiii
4 Full Supply uf
kmillN liAKIIIN
SEEDS
mi "! (Ann Aid
BR
Klaa BbbbU shltmwni nf
UI.AOIOI.I s irlulli
lilil 11 WEATHEKHEAD
LTD.
Selling \i:
limns m-sjk
Dili I, < u
i I
aparats Dr w
rMetali '"i men snd women who po.t mrirm
live at ih'- CoUsssj to Uh entire 1
lieniHl "f their training. bronchiid pneomoi
said that an
naasaajj Blirv nn ,|. htp ol
AM subjects are taught on tho H (|
' ' Crush He inl
m<-toT_ cycle
ROkenny said Thu Col- /
Hill. I
While it ,. not him. Wl "1SSJ
that th. laachei i bond in the Hill .....
thia Colk .
for the ,
..' obtaining ins U-ainlng th-
!ion dc
AN AMI
said that
l I
.' Kilkenny
ii. jili
:ed through the
rueh bBa
worked i I I l
tand ."i
iv. but .it

Then
: odatlon lor this

.i ,; in tho
trench.
: them sppesn
Hll. in need of medical
EPHEDROL
i/iiitfc/> rclicvci
COLDS and
CATARRH
Il clears the nasal pa--
sages in remove sfatioeei
and the diilrcs dilions of head colds and
catarrh. The patent nait.il
application hoiileia infinitely h.n
*tr dropper, and can he carried CC
handbag or pocket wiihoui feat
i in. ntl. in
of leakage.
.
Mods ay CLAV & ABRAHAM LTD.. Llvetoool Emlti
fcaM.ii..-i UM
On Kale al All Drug Slores
office
,rci.rin pl.n tor hou- du. olj,.. jj-^m
f shift "' '' ,ho chool pop-
.nurfi. M'ct cnnnul kr.'P p.cr
. nf thai populiition."
V,nil .......
H* ld that Indian Alms *"* in the pails regarding
l.cing brouiht to Jamaica, but at lions in India and 10 cnpalc belt.r
Ihe preeent. there wm no cinema under .landing between Ihe tw<
In Ihe Island where Ihe, rmild region.. Wllh the ro-oper.Uon ol
"*-" ^TirealT"^ '
Film Appreci.led He hoped that lh. Indi.m. In Central Poll". Button
He toJT w-lh n.m. a number B..rblo- were l.v,g haWb ,rv, mucn 'T^"^"'.^"^.
f Oovernmenl ot India docu- and doing good bugtaWI under ...n.Ur, COndJUon ' lh. hu.l.l-
.,(.mar> films which were shown ihe protection and encourage- i"s n l'7m'*'* ta.
, dltlcrenl places where meet- mem of Ihe Covemmenl and This is hi. I r.l vu t JJJ;_
inn were held and Ihoy were people ol thai lalamd. do. although hi. fan.il) .11 r.g.
Lmtly appreeialed. not only by Hi .aid that ke was ,ocr he lar v.sllorv H. IL
Indian" bul bv non-Ind.an. as did not hare much lime hm M enol and heallh
"'.. he would hav* liked to meet Mr
He said that a new law had G. H. Adams. He was. however
ln passed In Jamaica enabling glad 10 hear that his Party was
loose who wanted lo cremate very successful al the last Gen-
ihelr dead bodies Instead of bury- eral Elections and al he wa
ing Ihem and added that there honoured in Ihe New Year Hon-
were some other laws that were .....
..Liioration such as the
Hindus and Muslims Marriage
and Divorce Law. which would
soon be brought before the
legislature.
"Jamaica has a vary prosper.
list
Lord 10 nf 1 Hi hi
Reaches B.C.
md take!
_._ In seabathing He "I-, admires
aches
Meat Barbadian* appear to be
very hospitable find courteoi
strangers."
He ha" been in the [:,
IT year* and Is
' <. O0
1
igo he
"npoinl- of -
.I.,,, a- time he wsa senior
rnastei I"
Anglican Srhord.
DECREE NISI
T.r1Uv'iMtlr,".d''levera?'ip,l^ "on 0OaTWM,TK.
^.".ruTl'luf- n^ey^deser^e lh.1. Chief Scu, u,rd ..,,. .,.
.ndustrv because they have beau- rived in Georgetown on Thursday
liful beachoh and beautiful hotela evening He Is a guest at ?
which are run on a ver>" high e-nment House for a week be- ,^, rt f rwwr.. nH
sundard. I hope that wit* the lore flying to Jamaica for the Brat M^r.mon.al "^.J
growth of the industry, the peo- Caribbean J^nboree^
pic will be happier A detachment of Dutch Seou.. Mr jus.u
^vmpathetie Presa arrived from Surinam on Thura- ,,,, |
The Commissioner ^aid lhat the day to preet Lord Rowallan an I M M Marshall
Press was always sympathetic 'o join the week-end colony Sen.! Q | Uaraha
lowardi Indian new* and views R"U>'. Lord Bowallsn i* m-seting Mr n H I. Ward knsti
and through auch mutual under- >he BrlUsh (.ui-.: M. |, ,\ Banhald, olicltor of the
(.landing, tfjey were hoping to ell on FViday and win attend >* firm of Hutchlnaon t Banfleld
create better fiiaoidshlp between investiture of King's Scouts. appe.i
Jjovabla
CEPEA FABRIC
H rreu>e resisting Finish
designs against while
lor SPORTS or DAV
vide.
grounds. Suilahle
Wear M inches
-1 Sl.7
FLOWERED HOPSACS
\ (rassM resisting finish in altrarlive
Isjajfaal :M. inrhes wide.
-" sl.7. rd. S2.IM.
CAVE SHEPHERD & CO. LTD.
10, II, 12 & 13, BROAD STREET
yHJ-: hpha/onr irraimeot for Avhau h so
* Minpk*. m> stui.k. ao cflevuvr 1 All yuu do la
awalkm one unall lablci. and relief starti sanoit
SiuncdiaitW l-'phanmc anumi icvcrat healing
agents which arc relcaaed on reaching ihe stomach
and siart tu dii>ole ihe grrm-ladcn attfumulauooa whtch congeu
the hmnihial tuhei
I"his sue n 1 ills all v halancrd prcparaiton brings the boon of easy
breathing, and has ihr addiiinnal advanugr of safeguarding Ihe
mind Irom ihe Jn-ad ol th- mkUcii ntrvs-raskmg mitlaughli.
'ITierc 11 nodnng BBS ease I p-wnnr lable are tu hand*
There it nothing to anecl. nuilung to inhale. Ephaaanc has
iiMxecded In saaea of Aitluna. Brun.hiti* and Hrunthial Caurrh
shi.li prcvMualy acetned bupelvaa. Thai a baa dune fui txhers,
M can do foe yuu I
rOR ASTHMA AND BRONCHITIS TAKE
Qarngp.
UM kj all-|.ilrrd (- .ti I' ., -J.SH.H, asH IS;
a SSVOIS 4 SOSS HO .
P.O. Baa 1*' "- .1 f. ;.-
HARRISON'S
Broad St.
SOMETHING QUITE NEW
THE
"VERITAS"
SUPERSPEED INCANDESCENT
OIL LAMP
(NIC'KKI. PLATED)
DeinK constructed Id hum Ordinary lamp Oil
M'ariifliii or Kerosene) this is the Lamp wi'h which
yuu Must NOT use Petrol. Methylated Spirit or other
highly inflammable liquid
The "VI'KITAsS" || sate and simple til UM strike
:i M.dch and you hav.' iiistanlaneuuk IN Candle Power
Illumination.
NO PUMPING NO PRCSSURI NO I>ANOEK
WITHOUT SHADE___________$20.00
COMPLETE WITH SHADE______$24.00
HARRISONS
Hirdware Store
Tel. 2364.
I 00tt 100'0'd il
l'lll>s''l!K ii>KKR I
see hie FILLERYS
SAVtS LABOUR. SAVES TIME. SAVES rUEL
oBTAiNABi i: raoM
Mrssra. C F Harrnun Co, Ltd l)a CoaU Ltd. OtOtfal H-rdw-l." Suppll.-., Cartel A Co.
I s ntCfegf 41 Co
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WREN A WA I
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PURINA_____Startena
PURINA_____.Growena
PURINA.......Layena
^ In Mash. Checkers & Checkerettes.
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BARBADOS AllVOCAlT.
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GOVERNMENT NOTICES

DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION
LWflBVIliX- Boara ,
teHM, altua**Kl -*" ""
Fjfl* Hall Co*i*' Apv* .
*)< Hall Com**
irnMifHEn i i at *,rtli
ri'*'..
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The uiMWiatg-wd I
It. paMtf iMfMlM
Jimf> i*ft on fit-'
1*1 IAH MMUKS
n\HR\IKii CIVIL SERVICE
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Ma.urll liB H
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Ho*4 ol Ul
inilhc* imb.i* i><
i.i.tc l*ni'* Vacant poMCHMn
For lu.ttL*. P*1*lM lnp*tto *..d
ililiIiIIr of mW *M>i> i'
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A W. L S..I-.M. IM nu.'
.1 UM La it Annual MmUt-
M and tpcrUI Martin* of ll Jul
To ***i-iv*> lie B'W1 ol tho
I
>r IM KnaixUl SUtrmeat
i UM Auditor.' IU-
. II | in ai-i '- b
hi AiwUor
KM FUR IHI M ll'l * CLEAR MRAW BUOAB TO
Ttit rtBin rLtntKfVTitif I nvltet. for thr -uppl* "I cleat straw sugar lo the
, Rrhn m the inland dnrlhg the following school
! 3th Ma> l Isi Angusl iS2
2 15th September to izth December
3 12th laonary to loth April. IMS
The estimated loitnightly requirements arc .5W> to lo.OOn
poundl of *ug*i Person* tendering must quote th# price per pound
plus deliver v rharge. find it* required to submit a sample of sugar.
SopptfW mml be delivered to the -chool* erery two wiek* nc
cordlni to the requirements of the individual school*, uttd all deliver-
fat -nmplptrd within thrr* dB>
llrt numt tbvH nil lequlrrment* of the school! ^dutlnj the
tnildnW tWofp, nd mukt renrh the colonial S*?crt-tar>
lt*l ihsn U o'clock noon on Satrlrda*. thf 19th March
mdvra rtttai be miHtM -Tendrm for thr ** Ht tr to
thr nrtiiir PlewMitar^ 1>MM."
rh* person whoM tenrter i* arc>ptKl mull b* prtparM lo furn-j
ih '.'in surMim for the dtie pWormancf trt rfip roeitrtct
The OntMtim*nl (*o* not hind ltf*M id ncrfcpt the Iowm: o
ny if-ndrt
Ifith FMiruar* ' M S MSn.
GOVERNMENT NOTICE
DEPARTMENT OP EDUCATION
Tenders for the Sunply of Preah Cow s MilK to tiie
Public lUmenwry Schools
publk fliauinlan aWaeoli IHlBiataliill h* iaiand mirtni w rouow-
mt chool tma:
[ Augusl 1952.
2 IMh Scptrmbrr lo 12th December lt42-
, to 10th April 1W3
PirticuU.* of the -
M.1K an- I ""
reference at the Colonial Scrrctr> s Office.
Peraon, tende..nB muM l* pnptrad to lurnuh two aureUe. for
me due oeTformance of the Contract
T^^nl.rs mrkM -T**, ,or ,, p^l W f+.Cg*.**
Offlc. no' lar th.n 12 o'clock noon on Salurd.). the 15lh ol Mtch.
""The Covernmeol doc* nol lnd NnU lo .cccpl lh lwwfl ot n,
imdcr.
, 19th Pebruary. 11*52.
23 2 523ii
SHIPPING NOTICES
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GOVEBNMLM N0TM1S
TENDERS POR UNIFORMS
u- Invttad lor
:hi" making "f Utdfonna tor the
. | -
the Commtsslon-
. hould bo
,i d i-nrflopea
|,
ofBcei bj
. colonial
later than
Iri reh 1952
I I. gel
'
. . fOI I1jiI-,Ui
:
, aa the
n -3i i
DEPARTMENT OF
EDUCATION
RcKifltrnlion of Relief
Teachers. 1952 53
vlted fro
VACANT H>ftt OF VMftWd 0BTtt1ttCIA^
MATERNITY HOSPITAL
Apphtationa are invited from Registered Medical f'ractitionr.s
the Pftit-time non-pensionable poat of Visiting Obstetrician,
Maternity Hospital, which will become vacant on the 10th of March.
1952
The salary attached lo the post is at the rate of $1,152 per
The Maternity Hospital is one of twafH) beds with a imternal
Clinic attached. It is primarily a teaching Hospital fbr Students
and twenty are trained annually It Is served by n Matron, three
graduate nurse-mid wives and the usual subordinate stafj.
In addition to the ordinary dulie*, the Visiting Obstetrkli
will ho requlr-d to assist in the training of Midwlves and I
MptTvUloB of the maternal clinic
Applications -ihoulri be addre-Sfd tn thr Colonial Secretary. Bar-
lox. so as to reach his offlre not inter than the Wth of February.
1852 17 2523n. ^_^_^^__
tendeH For Transport Of Officers
Tenders are Invited fbr the conveyance by motor-car of iht
Revenoe omcer^ from Bridgetown to Mount Gay Distillery, St Lucy.
mi' for the Officer* and return, for the period 1st April, 1952 to
31 t M-rch. 19*3
1. Approximately three visit- wrekly at the Distillery are neces- i
nnd the Mme spent in waiting varies from three to six hours, i
3 Tenders shntild he for a rat.- per-mile Including waiting at
the nitlllety. The mntot car provided is to bo approved by the Comp-
Irollei nf Customs finm Wftotn fnrth-r Information may be obtained
4 Tender'. nddre*wl to th< t' ilonlal Secretary and not to any
Officer bv name, and marlted on the envelope "Tender for Transport-
will hi received at the Colonial ggVuUt**! Office up to 4 p.m. on
FndBJ 14th March. I!K
', The nocerrnnen- dO' nol bind Itself to accept the lowest or
">' tMdW l.2.52-3n
-e k^ HARRISON LINE

OUTWARD FROM TH1 1IM11D KINODOM
Vessel
SS. 'THILOSOPHEH
SS DEFENDER"
SS
ss
puanwr
BTUDBfl '
From
lj>ndon &
M brough
Liverpool &
Glasgow
London
Glasgow &
Liverpool
Due
Barbad< i
12th Feb. 28th Feb.
lflth Feh
29th Feb.
4th Mar
11th Mar.
|gj Mar 14th Mar.
IIOMLVYARIi I OR 'I 111 I Ml Hi hlM.IHlM
9 s
s s.
Vessel
"CROFTER"
"UlOGHAlMIEir
For
. London.
Liverpool
Closes in Barbados
2flth Feb.
For frthrr InfUrmatlon apply to .
DA COSTA &
CO., LTD.AgenU
jti for re-
, Reikf Teachen PI
quo Uflcd
to persons
9 ......i Certlftctta oi
lualiilcalion.
he suhmlUM on
. M (Men) or FortJ E' I
W (.Won.' '<'0"' lp.
ii. should
Director <( Edu.-atiui-
n Friday,
I RELIEF TEACH-
WHO WISH TO HAVF
THEIR NAMES RETAINED ON
IE REVISED LIST. MI^T IN-
at,., m THE DIRECTOR BY LET-
TER NOT LATER THAN FRI-
IRUARY, 1932
: of Education.
IHh February. 1952.
2S 2.522n
TAKE NOTICE^
DART
| ft cd in*
i
I N-w Vo-k Unlfd S'al i
BOILERS FOR SALI
' 'hell ivpe CORNISH fire tube boiler; 5 feel m diameter and
fourteen tret' long, wnfklng pressure up t 25U lbs. per square inch.
ultra arc complete arltn all boiler mountings, fuel oil burners
.ink-. 1Mb 'upeihcater. If leqnired. Can bo seen at Ever-
rsn Pumping station, St. John. Will u- sold singly.
reMeri to be 'ui.mlttdi 10 the Honourabl
, h.(,,re Fridrtv 201h February. 1932
. a n <
r..>, Cotipi*
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Colonial Secretary
21.2.523n
^MCOCU&M^C*
NEW YORK SERVICE
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Part "A" >< tWirte* "
. _^a.lnir SOfsml
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VACANT POST. ABSlStANT MASTER. GRAMMAR SCHOOL
Appl.cations are invited for the post ot an Assistant Master,
Grammar School. St. Vincent, who will be required to teach Chemistry
.-ind Botany up to the Higher School Certificate Standard.
Applicants should be Graduates or holders of the Inter-Science
or Higher School Certificate
The salarv o! the post la:
(a) For a Graduate$1,440 by 9J to $1,920
(b) For Intermediate or H.S.C. $1,200 by $72 to $1,440
The commencing salary will depend on experience and standard
: wnrk .
A temporary tost of living allowance l payable at the usual rate
iiranted to Civil Servants.
The appointment will be probationary tor one year in the DTSi
instance, and the appointee may be conflrmtej in the permanent, pen-,
-lonable post after one year's satisfactory service. ,
The Grammar School is under the control of the Government of,
St Vincent, and teachers on its Staff possess the status of Civil.
Servants j
Free passage to St Vincent to take up appointment is provided.
Applications, with details of education, qualifications, age and]
< xpertence. and copies of not more than tltree testimonials should be
sent to the Education Officer. St, Vincent, to reach him as soon n
tv.*dble and In any went not later than the 29th February. 1952
10.?. 522n
/,V/MW.^WyW-AWeWOWW^
Here's something you hnvent been able to
get for a long Mme ......
MT Qt'ALiTY ST. OEOROES MARBLE LIMP. ft
In Air tight drums
A few only available at,. .
CENTRAL FOUNDRY
PIER HEAD.
X(lt ORLEANS SERVICE
.:! |MA l>bini.i> mm. n .1... It M.I
i r.bt.i.rr am vr. partaad.

CANADIAN SERVICE
\ STKAM
A Ml 'Mil:
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.ccommodaUo
I
TMi fct-n-n
Mh Much
1ml April
gM Ap.il
llth May
TtMM fvaWtl hv llmltrd p^tarnir
ROBERT i ii. -M LTD. NEW YORK AND GULP flRVICR
APPLYt DA COSTA CO. LTDCANADIAN WFRVIC1
aoiu in tiiom i.nu m:ii
PLANTATIONS Bt'lLDING. LOWER BhOAD STREET
IVm-h.' r .! AsenU for:
Traru-Csoatia Alrlmea. B.O.A.C. and B W.I.A.
ALtO\ STEAMSHIP COMPANY
NOTICE
ARROW
B*
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PROPERTIES FOR SALE
I Unlrooms.
!;l.s. WILSON
It......tire w,wwo^
(I) Tin* properly known
Road. H consists of i acre of i
verandah, drawing. iimlnK in I
(21 P
:
(3) Si
eUed -v.
Ing room up and
bedrooms, toilet ind batl

will. ''
(H'< ...in 10.001' In 19
id) Onls <
,VARCY
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:.-.ikfast rooms (4)
i Ud r-^m for garage. This
I .1
kitchen. Water
ii Turn
SCOTT

SPtH'tAL IHH Ml gggWIAr
FOR VI8JT0B8 10 THE ISI.WI*
Ft:ati rim;
A MISU tl RIDE
IIHII.I. DISPLAY
IIIAIIM. THE RETREAT
AT
me; police huh vi. scniHMM.
l.M tVtBDAl -*' FKHRlARr
ADMISSION :: fl.M
HISTItUT "A"
BARBADOS TELEPHONE
COMPANY, LTD.
THERE IS NOTHING BETTER than ...
"MUSTEROLE"
THE ALL PURPOSE RUB . Non-Stalnlnf .
ForCONGESTION: MU.STEftOLE Gives Instant Relief
MUSTEROLE -Melts quickly a way into the Pores At m there Is a comforting, tingling warmth, followed INSTANT-
LY by a Delicious coolner*. and then . SWIFTLY . .
comes the longed-for relief
MUSTEROLE Is NOT |usl another ointment MUS-
TEROLE is the modern Scientific home therapy for the
Medical condition known as "Congestion".
Remember -ITS MUSTEROLE
The All purpose Rub: for .
Chest Colds. Cough.. Snre Throws. Lumbago. Muscular
ad Sprains. . .
Obtainable at
BOOKERS (Bdoi) DRUG STORES LTD.
BROAD STREET, and HASTINGS (Alpha Pharmacy!
nd (It all other "GOOD DRUG STORES
IMPORTANT NOTICE
SUBSCRIBERS.
Subscribers will alto be advised individually
of their change of rate.
REVISION OF RATES FOR TELEPHONE SERVICE
EFFECTIVE 1ST APRIL, 1952
The Barbados Telephone Co., Ltd.. hereby gives
notice that consequent upon the very considerable in-
creases in the cost of labour locally and of all materials
and supplies i< is forced, in the interest of the develop-
ment and expansion <>t its service urgently needed to
serve adequately and efficiently the crowinp social.
commercial and industrial needs of the Island, lo revise
its rates as from and after the First day of April next as
follows:
Exchange Extension
Service Service
(Minimum rate an pa)
BlNi- Kill- Bii.l- Ri-i
nrvs dVnrr ii." dt-m-i
Bridgetown (Dial) s MO H M $2 00 $1 50
St. Lawrence
(Dial) n.oo 6.00 2(H) 150
St. ArMa (Dial) B N 6.50 2.00 1 50
SI J.ihn (Dial) 10.25 7.25 200 1.50
Speilhtstown
(Manual) 10.50 7.50 200 1.50
Although the excett mileage crtargtss in force here
are very considerably lower than those which obtain
elsewhere it is not proposed to make any increases at
this time.
These new rates compare favourably with those in
l"rce tn the more important colungBP in tins area where
Liar class of
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- All Itn \i II IlKI'AKV iX 1JS2
BAKHAIMiN infill vl>.
M.I M LlM
HENRV
BY CARL ANDERSON

UNT OF THE FLYING SQUAD ....
BY ALAN STRANKS ft GEORGE DAVIES
OFFICE EQUIPMENT
ART METAL
>NUIE
Y CHIC YOUNG
BLONDIE^
*V* -v MV GOlP
'GBO -CF L THE CUFF LINKS APE
IN THE TOP PlfiHT
DCVWrfER AND
THE SOCKS APE
"4 THE Tm.OO
OWWEP

FLASH GORDON
BY DAN BARRY
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PAGF EIGHT
I1AKIIAIXIS AOVOC ATE
SATURDAY. FEBRUARY S3, 132

Wood. Manning \\ in Infixed
Doubles At ll.lUvilh'
Tin:
Char:,
B). The ma*
mlnuti
62; 1
i i\i chami'io.v*

1 i
Club presented the cups lo the
various .
. IUI of winnen
.
'.:
.-met in C <", Manning.
, iDOH. FW>.

D. Wo-- Manning compMitioni haw
Soccer
Preview
i>l nm- n u: i
40.
English Harbour
Yacht Cruise
Entrants Li$ted

mom tcam> will I
j

them Uu i
Ntmd tour goals again
Villa and U rea pUM I-" -<
fleet on U
SMALL BORE RIFLE
CLUB REPORT
Mar.
POHT-0F-SPA1N, Feb. 15
Slit .lvri>i:tir*
Caribbean li...-
-cho-mer UoUlbMrtc ddrajered
Mr. Desmond Nicholson,
.. Mr John Wright renil) ii
.
hawk Mill report dall
Ins lo headquarters in Bui
Hnrhour during
Thr***- i ' it Puerto Rico
have entered fw r taw a ..... i.
I ii. the Motor Yacht Vi
owned '<< U
Puerto Rico. According to prea- *:. '- i min
cut plans, sin- will h...
of even, including Mr, Third iiv. Ion Leyta
I.nlph G.
dor* 'f the Cluh Kauticti of Sun ,:.
TUT. nvi: CHAMPIONS of the Belleville Lawn renal* Tournament which concluded ycaMrday. Taar
are. left lo ilglit, Hlu M. King (Ladle-1 Single*) Dr. C. O. Manmnf (Men** Double- and ftiii.d
Double*, Hlu D. Wood (Ladle-' Double* and Mixed DotibU*). Eric Taylor (Man'* Doubles), J D Trim
uuitxlLiin lM'n> Single*).
Trainers Prepare
For 5 th Round Cup Tie
Angela May
Deputise for
lluxton
Tin' .. Tie on-utne yei
w>dncsdn> I' COBIMll. Mr.- J ConneM. Major
Minutes A. S Warren (Chairman) yr
of the pr. V \ I Kolterts .Club Cent ), Mr
and confirmed, the Chairman Mi R. I Edghill tSccrrteryT Cap!
T A L RoU'i-ts request! J It Jordan. Mr K S Yearw-xl
tain Mr A S Warren lo Mr M G 1
r.ari the report for the past ycai The Chairman reminded mem-
..,..:
if Rant" *i' art >m February 23rd and con-
shoot* ai introduced which tu... every second Htd
grcail.v relieved Ihe burden i i fourth Saturday u well *. rverv
work on the secretary and aske,, Wednesday night.
a- much M possible In doing ihcir
trur 'if duty.
and the winning members wn
Major A S Wurrtn and Major
J K. QiKBtta HOW
Slad to stale that the supply '
poons have been received sr.il
that spoon -hoots will be held re-
ularl) In the next year
Thi* annual competition wa>
'ember 22nd to S<
29th. 1951 There were
for members of the Club one each
for the U'dos Regiment and one
tor the B'dos Cadet Corp, I. .
a vcrv successful meeting and w
Mad to congratulate Mr. M It
DcVcrtcuil for niakin., th
score in the grand aggr,
thereby winning the Conneil
Cup.
The Club had entered and took
part in the Overseas Colonial
Small Bore match but up to the
present results I ' been re-
Durtng the recess of shoqMnC
lighting: equipment has been
made moi. ptnUMttt *tth the
result that members will not have
,. .,.,. ,,, H> (IBORUE MHIIIM. the trouble of creeling these lights
in-. Otm Augelo, rnkkUe-weleht bttoee shooting. It wan recom-
Btt*) bin "SulSn deputy will I* Stuart *** \\*l ?u'chSt*
Young twenty-year-old pro- i* for Alex Bui- pu^ KSV^n up to
who Injured an eye against At te"''" -a hut it U hoped
HI lor I .uU,end.w,i, H G g 'Stttt**Bl
WHAT'S ON TODAY
Film* for Children at gtrit-
i-.ll (..until 9.00 .i in
Police Courts 10 a.m.
Meeting of Housing Beard
in a.aa
MeelUig Cemmltlee
RS.P.C.A Britlah Coun-
eD II swan
Annual General Meeting
K.rbado* Civil Service
AsaeciaUen l.M bjd.
Girl <.mile- Concert at HL
Michael's GlrK' School
I : i> in
Nrtball Queen's College
vs. i>\\ mpi.i at Queen's
College li. pm
GolfBeer Mug Competi-
tion Keckley Golf and
Country Club
Football Kensington
Spartan vs. Notre Dame
ft ii I"
Police Band plays for SL
Andrrw'b Boys' Clab
Dance9 p-tn.
Sports Window
Spartan meet NoVfDame
in a First DiVtaaOD iixt_re
at Kenjmgton ||m after.
noon
Both the*e clubs
won titeu opening nature
this s*asun Spaitah del. it-
ed Carlton lavt &-
and Notre ban.,
ton during the- wets
It should be interesting
to see whet i .
the**, team* will drop
for this fixture
The BAF.A. are appeal-
ing to football fans to bring
the exact change to ;
WEATHER REPORT
YF.STERDAT
Rainfall from Cedrtngton :
ail
T,it.l Rainfall for Month to
yesterday: .07 In.
Highest Temperature: 11 5 F
Lowemt Temperature: 6S.5 F
Vi mil Velocity : 10 miles per
hour
Barometer (9 a.m ) "' '<"
(3 i. in i 29.913
TO-DAY
Mm us. .2 A.m.
Sunset : 9.95 p m
Moon : Last Quarter. I i I'-
ll
ightlng: 1.39 pan.
High Tide: 2.17 a.m.. 2.04
p.m
Low Tide: M It. s.m. 8.58
p m.

signed a fintnight
,t
In
Juan antl i
T. Pinen. The othj ,.lu5tl nas captured the nn- Araani
| ternatlonal Al.-x
Malala". ownadirespectively by *t* ,^1mu swi
man Fernande? and Mr.
... .....f... *,;.-, .^-wwh^b,
B MUM " '"'" '"'"
holmn of agaln*l Arscn-I. They Itav.- two r-vton Orirnfs MMMM AUv
bo uimIct
Hi .,,) Mb I
Canada. an,l .'111 ,.,,,, .. Mrtg '
II, I ,l.bic 1. ,1 Nollingham on '""jar. " Th' treMurer. report was then
Ho ha. aI.o beo.irnalch.-d will H" nd" Xpted. Tho Chairman
,1 Groom read^ana imn. unu>uai
I- HI brtnl in Mundy for Roid over 10 round. ;,l I lat. lh. al tho '"' ,.,.,, ,rreiri oullUnd-
ll taiured at ImUe right Seymour Hall. Marylobone. n ""^^ ,h wa, ,n ,, meaiure
1 ""', ''' le.1 by Hendersoii March 6. dS t,, the tlimculty that the mem-
;,sol> .U by ^^ monihs ^ ^^ om_ pt hnd PWrfcnml .
f;,..illtifu*r llnail pointed the coloured
thoS'^PthirfS-d iii W2&*2?l!i
St<
I Inter- Al,'|
Rovt n
ho
play "il.irU il w*""*1 '
Areldo perform.mce
DM
. Ike. pei ...
)': McFeat unfit Reserve John Co-It- rewarded l,
four ar.i .. cm Of live. Mr. Harris ..............~-. ,, ,.,.. ....-........
Wendell Anderson of Octroil has Ijeeii faced with the difficult prota- pajUooal and C-tptain BtU)
entered his yawl Escapade. i,-ln ,,t deciding whether or no! {ilttinush tit. has asked to be
The cruise will stan m Barb*.- ,...,, p R ,,, In place of Inter! kte This >"' 1'1P,","I*''
do* on February 29. Point* of all ,|in;iin,,- n,,,, ,.,.,,, main- means Leyton nake no vahann -^ i. -1 *... ^...
en route include Grenada, tanm- ho r
cou and Bequla In the Ofna- ,,,,, played wel] .-nimT at Birmingham enn-
bo itlc
1 Willie Waiters playing against his The South African champion i>
former colleagues. stylurt in a tradition now rapidly
When the Beet ,.-aches EnalUh ^T=. Tl"" -ZZT^ZZZ r,uw Ban.er st.ll .hav, to ,,d.n and h return to neti,
American Treasuror did not have an offlce
.rtti ,d town. Airanjements have hoi-
Ti Hint that made that subscript.
u have been receded by 1
light with Turpm. fflf^LS.
the Mather- Sll,<'' ">" however. Angel,,
, 1 t>li Cox he h-,a put himsell under new mon-
,n,-s in at ..gement. seen a prorjjed trip to
right half for Motherwell in New York mlshre and l>ccome Ihe
louP*- wilved ti.u centri forward
, km Bonny Allen their
range officer nl
r. T. A. L. Rob-
ertVat Roberts at Co.
The following ofllcers were
BOYS' CLUB MATCH
DRAWN
ner at Blnnlnfnan
Aimii-I -j not consider
S to lf\I? a.* U""u"1 .irengll. should pull;1 ,u| JS
gTeeiea oy ii.ai.. nparrow en- )h(._, ,h,.nh *,-i_i.,(. u-,,,.. ..... ,h
with ii goals
ering from It
Saiurdav
tu-
-ide left.
leg last
Lgaal Miuiile thn.ee
U.S. Table Tiiinin
Slur To Isiei For
Our THk
nTSSr^ Tho','rru,s,"Ti'iri^',.:i '"''"' ""."" OuUtd. Hit llopcr, vlakal ,he
three-dav nroaTamme of er.U-r- "' ,lcw Soal^scoring form, may be training m-iident uh.-ii the ball
hTm^r, nJf .VSet 1 H s v ''" .....Ich-wlhtur, hit him in l,is cvoon.l
!i'" e"F,",Xlf Lup^V If'^f,20,-
l-iu| Killing" art i Btl Nuii,-II making his d.
Til,- Society was established in Who iileil.illi SI|,-II1,-I,I United. In senior football.
11*51 with III.- ObJCCI of restoring Soulhend by the way are cap-
the historic naval dockyard in lamed by McAiuidcn who was In
English Harbour and of linprov- I^ilsinutli's 193a cup-winiung maikbun, who rcccivr \\ I
ln Its vlsltblg XI Uru... ..-.. until the
yachts, sponsor or the cruise is The Thud Division side are ox- lasl n line ihcr bliaron Kis.-htike. ns-ng sta,
the Royal Cruising Club of the ueiuely dlllicult to but at Grain- cen ,e f U.S. table tennis, has accepted
United Kingdom. The cruise coin- g.r Road Stadium where they ,. Iv Qulnlcv wh Ihe n the
eldes with an appeal for funds to IM , g ,., Ma!on. has been injured for the last six English table
, ,-,, on th.- worst Jl th,- s..i.-...v f.,r ,lu -,,....... ., ,u j U1,k, ..,, ,. ,,-. bul if he tails hip al Wambles
", r.h. i^5 L. "" unJimn.j-llag.,n..Sheill.-ld-.. ii.tc- t- pass Ihe last minute lee. JT
voluntary donations. national Insldc-lcft and captain. Amatcin International Hill Thu 17-year-old laader of tho
Appbeatlon. for joinuig the """"Ja' ''JJ^1.',!..", ."',,,1- I1" VS- >"""" """ wl" " *J*
cruise,are still being received by "-ejan h" ^abu1'^'0J*'''"'''j 1 Ihe silver lubllee meet-
Ihe BecreUn el Hat S-iety. '<" ..utntna dcl.nce which , lho e.tT.A.an extra
. address U Oovemi lenl <> conceded bul nine goals ... '"-"Mf- '^,"]"l,.ll .iid CaptaS BHip She will apply glamour to
Hotm Antbjua. B*J ?"rt^lil!m! ^* i '* "1 Phil Taylor U ^Sfl and ^Joe Wembley did her fellow
------------------------ .-.ncltleld should reach round r^Sleal the S.,.t who an Ainviicaii__ lt.-y.-rl. It..,k, i
llcllopl.i.iie Hoys' Club and
Spaifhtnown Bora- Club played
to a II draw in a football match
0|d. al Ihe Drlhvlainc Playing Ficl.l
fashioned'- mould that gave u. yesterday afternoon,
boxing erafUmen a, distinct ** " ,c?re?'".' ,
.....n lb llaM ,,ash- I'-H of |,l.v a'l'l.aL.rJialf W
hashers 90 often -'m I
Davis, too. Is cast in the
(Janada 8mU
Sweden 32
pportupltlci th'. hau
06LO. Feb. 22.
Canada broke throunh the tight.
pion '"* Swedish defense with only
f March J6 ,*r>,v seconds left to play Fri-
mght and sUnunad In the
I that k.<
) victory Cat*.
DRAW MATCH
CARLTON, Y.M.C.A.
Ar<'h In London
Bvttaln's arelier

in halt .i eentuiv
;iire-.,(.ii- JSft, I I
Ing a remarkable
UU aiiln -
rear
of then pb lV
ll I ell) |] UOi
revival
six.
mi OsUf ail t-nsl UlViSloU
U -v .u.a .U.-MI arwxni "
iucvi 1 .eipooi. iu uiU ciu,
UM ..eiiiu uu t.i .
in.ij uc- ii.uugu to ueviue use
I Liverpool fr.Hii Brook- year's Wimbledon
Ivn Wanderers on their American championships,
tour Uiree yean, ago deputise*. j^ K
Cup noideis NV-ijaii ii^u leiinl-i matches hi
ahock 1j~: night when lefi-wii
Mitchell raportad he had back was pia
-------'i No,
tuwi
,iil L>
-.iii at table
looks. In the
I' S inlei national Dials
._ back she was placed second to the
pains bul he will Uolinilcly plaj American No. I. Miss Lath \. u
i herder In aihlitinn to Jier national
Shefliokl Unite.! who visii Junior tille ;he hoUl ihe junior
d o> Soulheiiii. one of the Uue-- 'h.m pioilshlp of Canada. She is
Y>. in vision club
..,,,, .Mil In- Without no.il ke.-(iei Bur- Player.
I his year*!
Teat opportunit. f-
juniors Our brightest hope-
among the youagCI players rest
.....ii
. .
ftwv'i.
ii in.a-iiiaiioii.it
i-l |h,,i.l., I
al. ,.s lit
hi Ins usu.il uu
.it top torn*, the "Qua*
pgaCM 111

Under the guidance of the
governing body. the Grand
National Arvher\ Society, with
- le I'.ii".
art now h,i- 160 ,i.
llu- Ueidon area alone only hM prWMDU meet
of whkh ware In aaaalanca arlken ' moui
the war ended. met 11
There ..n- -t.il -! ..h'l> inoie |p im- lu.i.. i BCOl- U'jjjue game jt Ljmecs
men than aro inuieo on m taj onij loai <
the women are ii>"Uy catching mc big eiuu*. ...
aid an official .if the jMi'ent up-lumiers Moineiv.i
"^rI/ l^ri.tlo., d.rb orw-i. -J
shoukl lie worn wS ufnTl's '"""" "m """ "'"
waaT ilidto^tou a^V iS i l'l"'n "' u" ':'"'" "* beal 0" ""
1?A anTwh.le **."* W* " > to H .
"To wo makes :. Lonsolutlon toi the mtallei tent with a draw.
rn'.ieular appeal. Il is quiet Dumbarton. Hangers, following nun
peaceful; good for the figure and lAinfermtlne, Arbroath, Dun i ind Ua with Eh:...
is ueui nd*Ali ion Bowra are all not bp extaodad Ln tbi u
lawn tc-nnis Carlion and Y M.C.A. pUya.
goalless draw at Black, Rock
:e*terday afternoon in their Third
Division Football match. Al Pick-
tt ick. Foundiillon Old Boys
leatad Pickwick Bovan uu nil,
N'otra Dame heal the Bai-bad<
Uaglmapt by two goals to one
- id Hanger, defeated Wande
' vo-nil.
Al Combermere. ('omlM-rincii
lil Boyi plaved .1 ii "ui name
championships uro- with Poundation whom they beat
to the tune of four-nil.
tennis
till thou thi-obuing pains In
your muscles M once Apply
Sloan's Liniment lightly-^
ftel your
You dori'l 1 n* in "Sloan's you dab h
wihe.driacipdpanisntlv--^>hiaaj'sj'
docs the tea uood fo
ache* and paint and mil I
louvti log '
settings n IjsE.S-
Second Division
Match Drawn
.ti home. _. K'lmx with Arbro.ith.
OOL) i-'ii- Failing any upsets in U.i
laafftw to lurrlw rltei the next will be a battla of II
rounds, have to trawl lo r>
Play l).vi,..., \ club With all the cup m..i*i.'
United. Foil.,. there Is only a limite .
wick's convincing 4-lwlCtorj 1 p I >>olh ildi
in the Saeood DJvl *. l baa.boffaari Oamaa whith ha.
natch . baarlng an Dlwittpli <
-.ftomoon Noli. D '" ""' Luu *" ' !
prove 100 rniich lor them, mare clash 1 Third Nortln and it..
01 thi in-.1, 1 hubernl
the moat (Sciittlsli Division A Bo 1
. travel t<- abi and lObaftnlai
to pta) Quaan "i the algaad In lhali raap l*
nal and victory will 1 oUd U
mvard BUI) 11 I Iraig position*.
<"'- Wltl .Mietl (Oloa.) .*'t 18
^ our youngest post-war inter-
Phil giaana 11 eppel 1
(Northumberland) Doreen
Spuoner (Middlesex) and Jill
Surrey).
Menetl's best performance' this
teaaon was reaching the M>mi-
Unal of the Metropolitan ton ma
inenl In which he was beaten by
'he back-to-forni Bergmann.
-LE3.
MOTOR VESSELS
BRING FRUIT
nl in the
eolonv ycslerd.iv by Ihe M.V.
D.irrwood end UM M V. Cacique
Del Cartbe. Among her cargo ihe
lUerwaMHl brought twenty-four
1 rah I "1 Fifth ln.it and B9 bags
l oique Del ferthe
ujht twenty-thi
f fresh fiuil.
GERMANS WIN
OSLO. Feb. 22. '
The German figure sk;iling learn
of Rio and Paul Falk 1
nlgh| won the (1
0g championship with U
poinl ...u.f of ll.3ag U.P.
WViKD CAttOQ iRJUVEQ
The *.s. Alcoa Planter arrived
;r..in Montreal via Si. Lucia witn
11 caigo whuh inchuleil 1,400 '
of our MO hags of ci m meal, :
1 las of pickled poik. 838 bags at
poultry feed. 1.150 I B|
and 2.0\>0 bigs of linseed oil.
played to a I I
Il fast and botl
times gave a fall
, .ii- or twe dsBnaaa
iisscd by iioth sidea.
A fahlj large 1 rowd awtebi
he game.
END BLACK MARKET
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*.on around Orizaba, south-waat
He said that added oro-
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relation to this drug". -It.p.
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