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rxi.i urn r-,**M-*///.V/ -V^'.W*-'.ROODAL THEATRES II.M KING OROBOI VI I.MII TO RKST •* <.l OBI 'vr, MMIAV ADVOCATK SI Ml XX MAK< II . US* tONN (.MBit B You hat lowed Hi. Majesty'i to m ire raM at da* is pulled IhruuEh W leaving \lVstD-.nit. i sion. ,.t all he Ant part of the •otrmn ceremonies that foipassing %  %  now invite you moving scene* which clmsx as the gun carnshar %  N -in in everlasting sleep. i ihs fT.ilt-lMng concur See. >-vcn be :.-. royalty -in reprttsntaUvaa In lUnera] proces• %  lour <>XY . ROYAL THEATRES from today an i conlinui; ••rly if %  iuih. ^ BIIIIM WDXIH ' un'iiwiw •1MK HAW WITH A u.lHKI I .1 GOTTEN R.rri STARWYCK 1*1 "w lo* ia IH>I tf Faa TOMOI1KOW AND TfttDAY 4.11 & s 10 I' M — A Omltfe I,,.** IU. rll Md Vita. MV* MIX I >l I* I II I IOIIM Is ItrCSDAl 145 # ftJS Mft THE VttOVIUfc* AOo\v>\\a\ Vxe >wo.meo.... \o^e. \oo\omf(Mna\ ue WAS THE FIREBALL., ROAHIHC TO IHE TOP VAN HEFLIN and EVaYN KEYES •ah JOHN MAXWELL •CATHERINE WARREN EMERSON TREACY If'.."rU, by Hua* l,< „ From •noflflinil norm. aaosrt Titwae. •"flMimrt.. %  • %  -, f rW,*4 ft. p.. ", / i S. P. EAGLE • JOSEPH LOStV *% I. r. CMLI % •OOUCTKW I I..I Nrml O I. V | l I I II \ I -l/l HOI 111 I iRIOADIER and Mr*. J B | f art all [staying at the Marine HOW. Canadian Medici id Mn. A. J. Gilehrtflt Toronto. Canada who left Hartwdoa and flew over to for two dav* to *ce the Friday mornQouub Calling D' are slaying Club. SXHWWOOD fog******""*!! moil dnftriii Ulna... Sin Tawn'l mtl tempting ''•— %  •' € untii§f! %  Ike .-*.-. I I... Jo—e MMOO Cl OBI PRESENTS ON WEDNESDAY 5th %  1IIIO I &f .%/ 1 1*1 III! GREAT C4RUSO BEST OF rue BADMEN i •"• %  " ItCHMCOlOR m AND -LOVE All All! IHMIK aoftt lUM Ul NV THIN rti al UJ* eft—i. rrM>[ I aft*. • IHII I l-IM -Ik KM.IK Ml HW i VN M IHI -n BK^IIII MII -*ri ant. .,. •THE IRON CLAW IIO Y A I. II A HI p.m. Ill', mil III I FIGHTI,'G, |lAUOHINoTlOVINO IORHSRIRIAKS % %  OK oioavi Buy Now and Save! GLASSWARE BUTTER DISHES 45c. ch HEAVY PINT TUMBLERS .. 36c. „ SNAP GLASSES (1 gill | 12c. „ CHEESE DISHES 24c. „ NUT OR CANDY DISHES 27c. „ LEMONADE SETS 166 set Ktmiixn \RE FINE TEA STRANERS 20c. each STAINLESS KNIVES 30c. „ SOUP PLATES 44c. „ DINNER PLATES 40c. „ NO. 2 LAMP BURNERS 38c. „ FLY SWATTERS 26c. „ SCRUB BRUSHES 20c. „ • . \v. in n iii\so\ A til.. 1.1II. DIAL : 4222 :—: Broad Street. ." bv TCA They at -i. parad-> Baaai. Hnt-I Propri-ln M R. AND MRS SHESV 4ii> are lh ownara of HI IW-mdN ar* r B"rbadoa for -i *T' I| Paraittaa Heirh Club. Thev pa.r.1 throutti hera on the RMS f.rlt; Rodnev on Mondav dftwn to Trinidad il l*v TCA. on Frid will be remalnln|| i.nlil V %  U.K. Buairicsiman M R GEORGE M CLARKE. buainaaaman bn '-rc on Thuradav by BW1A from Trinidad on a abort viatt and la -laying al ihr Ma.tne Hotel. On Holiday A MONO the cueala BULVing at \.|iiNiu Club an Mi %  no Mm. John Manin of Venoauala Mr. KaruM la from Wve Indunlrn.l RrUti.au Depaitmeni of the Phillip* Petroleum CotLegiilator'a Wife A FTEn apendlnc thrae enjoyable weeka' holiday In llaihado* ataylng at Indmrnei Guest House Worth In*. Mm Janet Jagan returned to Brttath .Guiana nn Friday bv B.W.I.A. Wife of Ilia Han Me Dr rhodd;Jaan. B.O Ix-taUU)i Mn Jajan ia a CounelUor of the Genrfetown Council and Genrt.il Secretary of the Peoplen Progressive Party On Inspection Tour D R H. FOROAN and Mr c'hri-. Duncan who are both i representatives of the Max Hae %  Product.<>i the IK lef: tlv ilaUnd on Friday by n.W.I.A. fo. i.in.t aftei paying %  ".on visit hi-iv Thry wera stay <• Marine Hotel. :>t Foigan is on an inspecthruughuut the West Indie*, wtiil.Mr. Duncan whose 'In Jamaica, la i'it to some of thr i*Jaiida In the area. From Bnth Guiana, he cxpecU to go to Trinidad. Back Afain M R AND MRS W. M. WI1ITAKrTR from Columbus, Ohio wn.) '|u-nt part of the winter In '.' %  % %  .utii1.. %  .1 If .HiM..V IA.II K i five weeks' holiday. They arrived on Friday morning by TCA. accompanied by their daughter and are staying at Parao. Beach Club. With The Canadian After Six Weeka M RS. UKYDON, a Canadian xvhn had been holidaying %  ix Mceiu atayManne Hotel, returned home bg T.C.A. ci Fnd.v. Leaving; To-day D UE to leave to-day (Sunday) by the Celomble for England are Mr. and Mrs. A K. Tonv" ltd Ihatr four-month-'il.l who i on the mobile -tall of Mc*.i Cablt and Wireless has been tntloned here for approximately three yearn, daring which lime he has been to several of thr oth*r i.-lands <>n shod it tnidVr*. Hi* borng in Ragiana] L Dufhava, Mr. Corrlgagi l< retumlns to England on long It gvf Mrs. Corriaan la ItM f..rr--r Ramona Portlllo, dJUShter of Mr Ramon Portlllo of Venezuela and Mn. Portlllo of Bay Street Attended Carnival M R. AND MRS. J M. Sharpof Saskatchewan and Dr. and Mrs. MePh.-ii! Of Toronto. Canada who came out to Barbadoa early In January for the winter, paid a visit to Trinidad fur Carnival and returned on Friday morning by T.C.A. to complete their holidny They are ^laying gl the Paradise Beach Club. i Priday am Mrs Harvi*. Ool Erie Harvte, Mm. Ron aad Mr. Kar.JUST brtor^ leaving for Antlgu. nalh RO-A. Thry ln by Ue "Mwla Cathariua" which m taking part in the Caribbean Yacht CraM. "Biai anna" la charUrnt b, Oal H.ri# Tha party mil ba mtarniag to Bsrbade* after the crnitr i Cath Cancer Specialiat |"V' and Mr>, Alejandro Calvo Carnival In Barbados o QN the Bight Of theM Brother* STEWART SARJEAN: vit to Barbadoa. which 1T1 Barbadian now rcsidr oinculed with the Trinidad Car\tw U.S A. left tha inland or "-^n tha ahjp were neaday by aWJA. for Pu M"„, Lairet who wc reeontl n Venezuela, arc ;n Barhadog un their honeymoon nival, pawengi which thev are spending at tha able to get a general view of what < AatUtfc Club. CaxmvaT looked like when thev R Calvo ia a Cancer Specialdropped in at Chai Jean Plene V>< i (ii>ni Cvntro Medlcn m In Cai ia) a the French Restaurant in Hr The Manageimnt of thi Venezualan Auditor Leave* A MONG the paaaeiiitrn return ing to Venezuela on Fnda' by LAV win Mr. Miguel Sehon. Audilor of the Banco Mercantil took "part. In Caracas. He had been spendTha thrUI ing a holiday here staying ul the reached at n Aquatic Club. 'set in. So well did everyone anOn W.I. Tour P AYING II visit to the Weal Indies in the interest of his firm la MrRonald Carey. Partner of Woodhou-e. Carey and Browne Produce Brokers of Lamdon. Hi arrived here on Thursday night by H.W.I A. from British Guiana Airways back to ttk He was accompanied by his wif< Res' %  ""* * n Stewart Jnr taurant staged a Carnival' eorre% 'P 0 "' month's holiday bar spending with that in Trinidad and Mr. Stewart who has pail h it was deemed a great success. A first visit back here in 33 steel band was engaged to supply is a brother of Mr. ''Bill" S i the_ music and many Barbadians jeant of the Hastings Holel wit whom he stayed.' They had m • and climax was aean each other for over ttm idnighl when Lent decades Btt in So well did everyone enMr Sarleant who tatt hate at tSLl ftC^IS.. 1 ."'.^ .' J?*V 0 h age of 18 Is now waB make the festival an annual <-nr ... ,*._ .._ „„. .... is slaying at the Marine Hotel Mr. Carey who has also visited lished In thr Real E t. m New York, here while here he has made a tour is Miss Francoi-e' Vary and of the Island and saw place he Mb* Denise Cuddle of Venezuehad not visited when a beg la. They both work at the Canawas very impressed by the va nd dian Embassy in Caraca... improvements the island Embaisy AT PRESENT holiday in,. Still Holidaying Here made and was overwh, M R. HAROLD BEATTY. until ,h hospitality of the people. recently General Manager of expect*to return next year. the week by B W.I A. for Jamaica trie Montreal Board of Trade and H..,:--.A A Ptaaiia before returning home via New Mrs. Beatly are still holidaying In 0u inc Ar d rleaurc York about the and of March tlarbados staying at the Windsor TN BARBADOS for two wrrl: Second Vi.it In 4S Y=ar, "^ ?£ l^^T^ L £&* A FTER spending two and a hall ln f"" 1 ' C na * ln "' r They expect In the S o raygasa aa niontn. •* %  months' holiday In Barbu dos staying with his relatives Mist Ivouisa Green and Mrs. Lilian %  • Mr. James Oreen of Brooklyn, returned to the U.S.A on Thur-d..y by the S.S Fort Tawaahesvl. Mr. Green is a Barbadian who had been living in the USA. for the past 45 years. This was hi* hoHdar They are staying second visit to the colony during indramer Flata. Worthing. Manager of John Labatl Lid.. ol the oldest brewerin Canada i'*. ...:... 3..I. Ho arnved on Wednesda. Co-operative dank TCA BCCOB1D nie0 ^ hll ,\ vll Manager and is staying at the Hotel Royal. RR1VINU veaterda) morning Mr. Graydon has been to the by B.W.I.A. from Trinidad Caribbean before .but thi* Mr. and Mrs. Percy Philip ivho have come ovar for a month'n at that period. He begs to say goodbye to .11 Mr. Philip, a druggist of Portof-Spain, is also President and ^J&STi^JE^ Unabfo t0 C0R Managing Director of the Trinidad Co-operaUvc Bank. St. Kilts Barrister by before leaving. Official Starter BENNETT. Official arter of Races, HITIV. I B.W.I.A. on Thursday and ilaying at the Hotel RoyaL For Tha Race* M R. O. Sturti first visit to Barbados. H.' said that he was glad to be herein this climate because when he left Montreal It was very cola with lots of snow. Scout Raffle C ONGRATULATIONS to Miss Joan Weekes of "Brigs* Collage". Gun HID, St. Michael. who won the Boy Scout raffle. The M R. N. TAWIL, Director of arrived on Friday by B.W.I A. and Faulkner Trading Co.. and will be remaining for two w.-eks Mi. TawH, arrived OH Thursday staying at the-Hotel Royal, by 11 W.l.A. to attend the Races Mrs. Rigley is thr Owner Of The* gn SUVMIH at the Ocean Columbii-s which raced at the View Hotel. Garrison Savannah yesterday. I N Barbados chiefly for the U. are Mr. O. P. Boon, Barristerprize was a Phillip* Sports in<-i at-Luw, St. Kitu, his daughter bicycle and the winning numbe Mr*. C. O. Rigley and hidaughwas tog ter-ln-law Mrs. 6. R. Boon. They From Carnival M RS. 1 V. SPRINC1EH I "BesgUoa", Rivei Road i\'turnfd from Trinidad on Frida. morning by B.W.l.A. >ver to see Cai She went ival there. The Barbados Maternity Hospital TRUFORM FLEXIBLE FOOTWEAR FOR CHILDREN •% IDEAL FOR GROWING FEET MADE BY BRITISH CRAFTSMEN BACKED BY OVER FIFTY YEARS EXPERIENCE SUPPLIED BY YOUR LEADING STORES II II V Y io Ml in it aj iu HI mn in i ra F-RJtOl. THE MATERNITY HOSPITAL is situated at Bank II.ill. and waa re-oonverted from u building which was former.v a private residence. The grant by Colonial DevelopClinics are held weekly Thg maul and Welfare Organisation ol Ante-natal Clinic is held twice C24.O0O in 1U44 for the establlsnweekly. mem of the Barbados Materni'y Patients aie IsslefVsawed by the '.. am sub ting Matron and are given a over by the Government in iB47, physical examination by tha Vuat*as the answer to pubUc critiels.n lng Obstetrician and all details are over thr lack of proper training recorded. Treatment is also given r.iciiitie. for nuowives in the to patients. On Clinic days, besides the Tiio Maternity Moapital is under 'outlnc check-up. patttsml I the direct control of the Director ..f siructed in all the essential Medical Services and Is supervisee} fetors which make lor good by a Matron and Visiting Obstotrihealth dunng pregnancy. The |mctan. assisted by a staff of trained l>ortance of an adequate diet ii iMidwives stressed with its important eleTha H'Mpital has aecorrunodnments of meat, fish, dairy produce twenty mothers and their Hull and green leafy v.babies. Patients are encouraged to seek Twenty pupils are undergoing be services offered at the Conk training constantly. Of these, tan ln "* *a*W month of prriinaney trained nurse* undergo a 12and certainly not later than the im-nth period of training prior to l*lh month. Dental services are sitting an examination for quailalso available, fying a> mldwrves. while ten Thers is a Theatre for thuntrnmed puplla undergo eighteen delivery of the babies; a nursery months' trai:unic. Examlnation.1 for normal babies and a nursci..* are held every year. for premature babies. After delivery, mothers are enmuraitcd to attend the post-natal ilinics where advice is riven on the care and feeding ol \-. There were 42(1 dellv* rl ing the year 1951 There 2.874 ante-naul attend.as 300 post-natal atlend.i Although every patient who attends the anle-natal c inic cannot have her baby in thr Hospital due to ths limited accommodation. Unnumber seeking the services "fTered free at the Maternity HogsyMal have Increased Bi 1-. On a visit to the Maternity Hospital recently the Advocate wag particularly impressed by the -ixitlesslv rlean appearance of th-' llosphnl, both Inside and outside: the efficiency of the staff and the cheerful, happy and restful atmosphere prevailing Nut only do the patients receive every car* and attention at the Maternity Hospital but the Colony can bo justly >>roud of the up-todate training facilities offered l> young women who are interested In making midwifery their neat ion. GENTS' SHOES TAN & BLACK KID OXFORDS SUM & SI1.5K TAN BLACK CALF SEMI BROT.UE OXFORDS 1I.W TAN BLACK BROGUES 1L TAN CALF MONK STYLF. RVS BLACK PATENT OXFORDS IDr. SIMM) -_. 11.14 YOUTHS' TAN BLACK OXFORDS— X* I* *•• BM T. R. EVANS & WHITFIELDS DUl 4oa YOUR SHOE STORES Dial 4220 i %  ADVENTURES OF CAPTAIN FABIAN" V STH AT I PJI. Mill MTI ATtllDAV STBt 'IIAB^ tmm1 g rmncA crrv I wa.i„,t.i _-•*.-* it ," *at\TtrailAN 11 in a M ininMoi % % % %  %  •%  --%  .*.. r ....j-*.*-...-. ...... I'.t.fjtitlirsaaJ PLAZA CINEMAS AMB i TODAY ft TOMORROW > "ON DAMiFROlS GKOl M" IJ'IMi RYAN In AI M ih. UON ioi shwi.— "CACTUS CAT-UP" rttunaoAV mm i pm CONQUEST OF CHEYENNE Wild Dill tlJ-luTT .. Hrd Bidet A, ALIAS BILLY THE KID SSSOM %  wl lANCASUS MAN OF BRONZE nnARFEN MAI, .,„ TODAY and Continuing DAILY •* 4.45 ft 8.30 P.M. I'tPFY TFCMUK-OIOrl MUSICAL ON MOONLJQHT BAY DOH bUrSLAI JACK SMITM TVYff'9 A fiROWP DOH IS DAY QOPDON hUrSLAI JACK IMITH Alw Ih, Caiadul Carlesa rgNtNO *OOM< HKOS aa-ni-CAf*l' REAL GLORY Q^ry COOVVa D-vld mvCN Andfr. I.RIM IH.HTIN ii] M RIO CiHlar '—..... iu • is M LEAVE IT TO HENRY *kSS**SSM W.la,irB. WalU, SJBBJM J SIERRA PASSAGE wr- Mortal: T** <* a iri iu i* |. LUCKY LOSERS L*o OorMv Th 8w*r* *.. 1 THE PIONEERS % % % %  BRS CAIETV The Oarseii—Si. James TODAY t, TOMOStBOW SSO I'M MAT TOOAV — .*• PM VOICE OF THE TURTLE SIM M StoasM. Brnr Pir a LOOK FOR THE SILVER LINING •Color br Tootatokatt OordoB StMtU* JIM I TfBVDAY ll>l ass ru THE GOLDEN NAD0NNA HOMICIDE %  hasat DsasfJa



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SUNDAY. MAKt II 2. IU.-.J -I \ll\Y lliliK \ll PAO.l. IHRl.l. AT THI: rrvKMA On Moonlight Bay US <• .11. Gardening Hints For Amateurs Annuals in (icneral With the ukal weather that we have had K> far thi* voar annual* should have made a good start. LAST niRht was ttie gala upemng ol the new Plmza Once a garden can be adequately Theatre in Barbareei. Road-the third theatre under the watered, thto u justthe wuether mna ? ern.-nt of Caribbean Theatre. Ltd. to be opened in ^S^SSSC^S^S .U £ the island Tu mark this important occasion, the manageother annuals love. Some people'! merit have selected ON MOONLIGHT BAY as their feature Snapdragon plant* are already a film and It would be difficult to find mare refreshing and * o1 ,f ilh j^JJf 11* aMU u •'* appealing: entertainment. Dora Day and Gordon Macrae ^AJthouaihlkrww that ia*t well Warner Bros, popular song and romance team are starred when eui must take first BUW in in this amusing and lighthearted adaption of Booth Tarkvalue, yot thare are other* *tuch. Ington. famous "Pandro" stories, .ha. is a gay family tSStSfSSSftS E £ FARM A1W GARDE\ THECWUH M 1 |H> Af.llltOLA) Follnu II I local cottage indu not nenpanlj (;.! Kil ... II i' W think H wil mit.ed that then* are exposed hillsides and i. ai. nal lands In .he hands of peasant propiwter* as mil .i U iMd ploti. in seme of Ihe dry. a m afafc it village areawinch couli 1 v turned to account if pla: I ly trer 1 I.ik.l n-M,.,!!,, !" ^ il U.. B.B.(. KADIO NOUS iaa conaidarjhld value mmmrr U — — %  —. "h in iVmaud. TTv ir.<1 Broad, ast & torncomedy, with music. The beauty of a film like 0* is that the enjoyment of it knowi no age limii and Ita youthful verve In delightful to all. With a •background of n small town in Indiana in 19)7, the story concerns a young tomboy mlu who Is much more tn baseball than romancinc under the Indiana moon—that -i, until a young collage senior mnkm his appearance and changes her Ideas. Romance follow* Q tally no time at nil. but iu path alas more thorns than rowea, what with our hero believing in Frvo Love and his kv/eethe. batig dead against hb suit either Free or otherwise! Huweve.. graduation day reveals the f-wt that all the senior men have anlisted to go overseas, including our hero, and possibly due to this fact, hli Ideas of matrimony undergo a rapid about-face. Parental blessing is finally given, and everyone is happy. The plot includes many hitanous episodes, mainly contributed by the eleven-year-old hrother whose propensities for Retting inhim to difficulties are only equalled From by his ingenuity for disentanglin? mem, that garden for their beauty alone. Queen Ann's Lace Queen Ann's lace %  those, and although It la only %  juic. %  %  into pre i ive seen the "an UM of HI th< Uah Guti %  thick, but a. Durin| %  o %  %  Con I >n I urn re' qualm %  i> led, h %  The follow large!) M lnforl nation .hi ..ted in Ih. Institute ell kit uu.t very .. %  (. ; "< .I-.I. re.i IIH rr is used exCarl) iration. some ,,,.„„, r ,„ m KuaUl . d ii! titf Uuwcr v. L i .. ... ..... sv....... *" '"'' "it nulrittvi ,1 ii > i't'rn P, IMiKIs 11A1 ment:,r% March 4. is lludgt-L ia> in Britain rears the imr <;M ..I Overseas the Budget peaches lor <•! the •elf. and hi unsuriiaaacd in uainiv '" '" H loneliness The plants r,>w I„ .bout four fed in ML*' and I loiters are pure white, and. as '"• M . ft ? '"" Ihe name implies are fir .1 light '1 lH ""' *"bj.vt el It looks lovrl, STown in a border with other menury on Thursday lit 9.4.% pin. iowen. or In a bed by Hat 11 In .i*te of the fact that Queen •|.mcri;ellc> III Millava Aaa'i Vaee does not lasl very loan o.-ifin... neail %  •••• %  %  thu Oowcr is used ex-carlck.': GFatnc who uiumed leiuively for de.^,ration. .on.. m Kul|Ul ,.„„„,„,. a'l even tinting the flower ..,„.,,. ,„. .„ , ,,. ,,. ,,„. E „„ r %  heads pink „ r blue. „ %  • Single Balsam OaMTul Brlggs wUl dWciis, Com, Single Baliam i anothar plant '"unlsm ui Malaya in hta talk^On li,„„„,.. tliul unol of much value for pick''•"ng %  ' "'.u: rn the M-iie. 1 nig but which brighicus up the ll '' !l1 -' Prograromj I he. 1 insny parts of .hauy spou in a garden. So muct> Pgd world, that*, aaainl 1 has already been written about : "' IVrtugur„ trnveller. this plant that ne special des.-i r I ,N tion i:i necessary here, and this is I 1 only a reminder to include a few Col of Ulese gay little plants here and H that the Comcum In Uv -ignrntnt up country, there. There Is a great variety uiunl.t anny in M -ijmnln : aruval in the aattleIn the colour of these flowers, and ..1-n.l l.''i' with pisIVikuiu... Ian kirv of Ooa, sv.. i s aghast at the killing ofton a new shade can be 20t from l u ls rifle .,1 a few "' %  large scale factories have himself. However, one • of the of small firl. and the antnnco a friend's garden. Brens a lo m 1,11been established for Ike preparafunnlcst sequence, occurs durma of Miss Lupluo. the whole aln.e.These plants gro*r from seed or Srmund orianlsau. 1 "' *" nuts lor eatporl the OlM datebeueean he young phcr, become, charged, and Ih. cu.llng, and like a moist shady ,5 OM ,r In who pr..v, „ ,, sweethearts. I'll call It the "powaction never lels up, sool ,\? — .1-..1..1.. 1 nothei hundred „f Hie kidneyMacrae, the two of them sing the compelling, and her belief that dd „eatlv to the ."lour of the For ""' ordinary i.,,.,-iuiiur ai. 1 ,i,.,. .1 „ui. in.siulk 01 peduncle who hales is g nr den These flowers with their Chinese in Malaya the Common t ,, .,, t, nu | gradually MV changing the graoafui spikes are also in spite l'arty is bill the lau-.l and 1111 ... nines a Iksdty. turgid appeariblltercd policeu j oa.,1,. short ufp V|;ry ~ pulHr M lulbless of %  long line of seorat %  ce Mtnewhal reaembling an ap'" in addition 10 boliuucts and Ixmir ocietles lo which ihey paid thasr la ri„ ..ppl. %  • %  n .line l„ 1. They grow easily from seed or contributions under thicat of bnghl red or yellow colour and tuning, flourish under ordinary mutilation or death. The broadcast, .re ornamonu hangingiai garden conditions, and will do lasting f..i iweiity n.iiiutca wlU be sreen l.glage. In thi dually well In dry or wcl weather, given twite ou Filday. 7lh. Much .mioned, a mature 11 ee .1 Salvias moke a lovely border .,, 4 15 and again at 10.30 pin '<•" HIV-rtSJH %  "'., „'"ii'' to a he.1 Hie reH ,,a,l, ecra-Molle I %  KM lo 150 lb of apples tlllllUlills Penrbd" roV. while Mary Wickes. winter snow, logether with well ZMST .^LSZ u ia V, of ca liur Hriii.1. In lualllan Knir '' "> whl 1 %  ll ,ul •" "' "' "' Stella, the cock says her say done dialogue and good acting. ^?garden 5pl0 *'"" """"' T Br i, !" r h 'ESS? Falf^.5' imhuiked nuls are obtain this :.ii inlerestlng nd 'n the larden. The British Industries 1Fair. 1 b. ^ in>s m| „ ,„ Little Yellow Daisy ul .?• hc '", kTl?l.„, r r.ilrt "'lagers, U ntira nuU are first UUle Yellow Daisy "thiHigh Sl"" 1 ^ !" ,"'^! o a ,, d ?,,, le '''' lr hmn !" " uuite uaeleiai for olekinu s.-t "lymnla. Uondon and loan. ,,,.,„,, „, lh( K,e to permit the proldde, a have" bfi of' t, lg„ "rouiis,..,. lliriniiiUlto... wei. „, ,„„ „„„,,„„. Ktaj-J.' iieaa in the garden This UUle •'" %  Industries will IK %  di.|.l..>cd i .eleased from the outer huaka plant grows In sizable bunches BIT. PiMj.' . !" ;P < "u „, ,,„„„, ,reatm-il if dainty greenery which ha. a programmes starling In the cunung rheso pot. hold about one and a delicious aromatic scent and week will outline plans for Ihe ,.. lr 1O [,.,, pouMI of nuts and when In bloom Is covered in Fair which Is expected to beon „re balanced oil threestone, over hundreds of tiny golden dally the same scale as last yeafa Fesi low burning I'.IC While heating. BOSTON Mass Feb 29 %  "" dowers. U makes .. splenllval of Britain ll.l.F. Emohwns ihenuU in illrrei with wooden A tin? nl.-tic ban inside the iM "^ 'dcn or border plant, thi. yea, Is laigely on new ItHal. ladle, and the cxp. II.-d oil cnljaO. K...M TSI '.,J£ M.J U.rl ""ce eslablished Yellow Daisv |„.I d.-lgns anm Improved f ' " "<*> "Pn !" -Ar,,r """" heart of ->'••'- Mr> r Mary u llm ^ ^ dj^peara ^ wh J. h wlU pnaoou, U,e exlen ..iiiiute. n^lioil In. ...... ... !" JTo „ ,a.,r „ au, u J the rainy wealkerTbut as p„rt trade and otercoow Ihe diread) fi unique operation perfoim,..„.•,•„ ou.nlhs come around ,, n Ui.... ,.r omterlal. lo ivarm.iPi* innkl.sl a, PI,ra"''B""i".r.o;,r."bng'ld. ed 11 Pcle. Itcnt llnghn, honpi.al. !" i t ^^again^n ^iTuTe „2ttlS I IrS oioid.^l wllUe Wltl wood a*e, ,,.!.. Lupnlo back to the screen after A Uiclle ball I, ajcuredI near a elpected, lUld In a lot of unog.Thursday next, 6lh. March at a-O dhcring oil. wllh .U bl her""mourn in the Held of directheart valve -which had been Inpec W d place.. It dor* not stand u ,, „„ p . ing ad producing, and presents lured in a childhood attack of transplanting well, and to get It "" 5 P M T> I her in the type of dramatic role rheumatic fever established it is bdlor to collect %  '" I % %  < U" kernel, extracte.1 Us. Robert a quantity of dried flower heads ale, not used for bouquets „i .leti ,„i rheie Is a ..,„, „ Uv oonosltc her, and beThe ball slips in place during m i planl lh ^. ^ ho p C hc oration very often I'eluiiias love ih, .oghou. Ihe W.-.I indlea tor neili. ih. tw-o of them, thoy each heart beat to prevent the W 1U spring Ihe folluwuig year, dry sunny weather, and Uley conhot e greavn cashew nuts prepare.! sfe -;— b rer:ry no ::it:rpied §^3^5 *&=* rzsjz Doctors Pravo AloveUofCaeplexioninHDays /7]R %  %  untie Kraschan. I alwaM usad to wake In tho i %  .int. very tired. Now | t t %\\ (li*.I lii.ln*M -::J f "Mng full of enorixy iin-i in my sbuuldurs fltlnuB roui.1 my aaki"^tafss&^ti^ thta pftins sill owrUlhea. I — Kruschao Halu i.-enfarly n.l cannot apaak U i Ltghly olitr KiuschOD ka 1 voo young botntiso it tona (> tba Uv-ir. hidnoya and ito-t-ls nd ko^p* tli*m alt working smuataty mil •m it-ntly Tke reward of this Internal cleanllneaataafreabonfid and Inviaoratedbody. Folaonou; wuli materials ar<>ipolled and the pains nr rhoumalisrp^oaaaa. And M yo'i continue with Kru •-.ben, vour whole body reapooda %o I K Iheuiloia and Storaa. FW I lri|Mf, flMwtf ComBliiion, usi Pelmohvi SM U D&C.OIS Adtiit. Veadtag ikla ieeiw.lUlt eravad ihet i H .. •alw.el.ve Wap a. iei r eva am^~* aronent in aaaay we. 0i "'• %  I** 1 (Ml eHw-weH. *eh atn wandart-lly knthta. Caa.a-laoh.nt lain flnf'. ..—..., K i-v^. 1 old nostalgic papular songs ol hate destruvs another era. On Moonlight Bay. instrumental Cuddle Up A Little Clnaer. Till outlook of the Wc Meet Again. Tell Me and rm man Robert Ryan gives slat Forever Blowing Bubbles are just to the role Q f the lonely offlc n few of the good old tunes it is dn d his change of character pleasant to remember credible and natural. Young Billy Cray, an engaging and amusing voung new star obThe swiftly paced chase acen viously enjoys himself in the against a background of blc Tiny lUill Keep* Woman Alive with delightfully astringent humake mour different film, though it must be A real old-time movie Is shown admitted that some of the situaln the picture, with the lurid title tions are heavily weighted with of "The Cunra of Prink." Insensational elements, ckdentally, this one-reeler has a decided Influence on the voung brother, who Imagines his father in the leading role—with disastrous results' Good script, direction and acting make this a lively, happy picture and there are some excellent touches in costuming and stage ON DANGEROUS GROUND Jg""-" ON DANGEROUS G^UNn^ ~ |ft W Urlgh le ball it secu; alve which had In," ^producing."' and "present, lured in a childhood ch Aa g for weeks on end In giving no trouble. If. conditions pi, -ml them They make one of the BJK leeultg in the 'blew beds of ur lovely jn u ken I ll^ •: Petunias seed them,,( ,, pang Of perforated rotary Petunia selves and once grown, seedlings drnv fnu peri <>f th< i Perhaps it may be inaccurate spring up the following year all b n I some R.000 H> of ..hie-i. h1* an to class the Petunia among about the garden. If no seedlings ro *tcd In tedl pea dallj The operation was performed on y^,. pItBU whosc flowers are arc available, the imported seeds \y ftve lbs .-f unhuaked nut^ yield bcr 20 by a surgeon who onl y decorative In the garden, grow v,, r> easily Icattei M iIQH of k' "Tf m ^^e,L*li ,wI 1 .? y,l who* Is "on described by surgeons fdr the enSlleS?and^n'aTd'ened by^the nrs, „me yesterday. rounded in hi* dally work, and consequence. a lonely man iiked that his name be withheld. Rn d of little r^'Uner STdSBC ^Sil S ill Petunias do last reasonably suspects 1o m ^ch'' a Tc'g^e thai nt home and dOJe eajd *• when picked, but. a* a rule the, in decides to the?erlna*. lie. . It %  • .. %  %  'I pears ahnt a few cahcw tt.t> %  round ihe oottags * tkrir |wf Ulitklhil Gwasu /'-! %  1 1 1 *7 < ">II fv 'fr-anHllat, I'llld ij JIU.-I. /o'joWr.li" nAJpvmii UM down iu your pores. Ibou "iinao' -nli r. Pood's Cold Qseaai %  %  aihaveawsssssw, rsmeaAgwIafj, l len initriiiin:. protect your dim .Mil. tu. 1.U11.4 PoB^'-Vsnishuw l 'tain, tinui'ii nn-i* 1 l>>un Lit MI ,illh..l.U. 1 „r | i 1 ~,l.,r, ll | t |,„b,Hir,. Fallow ilii* SMJ t.-uiiulalihlull) >..m ill.>!•.. letaaegeal yoeiegfe 1 |i|e\i"Ti mil pewn i" >"H by so many lever] wMlt] eegaasj jie an iliu-ij-tn uson


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n'.i roTH si \ii\v ADvnrATE SCMMT. MVKf" !" 3 CLYDE \\ V I.COTT SCORES LONE W.I. THOUSAND Kmpir<> Lead In First Division in 11 ^ ONLY l •#•' The Mati.-utfan* arm) no doubt nuke H ever record* Uiey haw %  is the only player on the V\ i dies team to have scored more tbaa one ihuu>;.iide haa scored 1.01* 23 Innings, (once nol tiuci Un **> nverage of 49 90 He also put ay the highest store In lb I matches of 116 Frank v. d on batting list, frank,, runs in 22 innings (four times ux out) with an average of 48.44 runs imd with his htgh<-st scon' 160 no! arc interesting AUi. li*. %  njm Kuy Uarsnall 32.76 an.. Ji mcyer 11.17. — :u i rt aD ait'iagc id • 1.1 111 It All 111 | B iiOVVL iw OVfcKS 'I -wlcd more th-n ran man ihngu OUM %  RACING RESULTS \i QlMsslW Ml V^N Wl. M \„< 11 1 .MOTHER I 14 Race; GARRISON STAKls-t la— B and LMW-fUM <**. SMS. MM': tli>. I MED CHEEKS •2 FIBELADY 118 lbs s A Rial Jock*) 3 FL\ DRAGON io. 3 |1M TIME 1 34 I'AHI-MUTUEL FORECAST: $10.20 ALSO RAN: Belle Surprise ( (123 lbs., P Fletcher) START: Good FINISH Close Ne l k. 1 length. 4-yr -old b f Link later-Golden Carp. IRA1NER Mr. J. T. Fletcher Mr. S. A Walrott. J.. k< i Wihler W.n $5 32; Place *1 lit. II M 5 lbs.. Lutehman< Ftssi llitdg-t THE FLYING YASMEEN Dunqmwqm* W ins the Guineas Vatontte 's Impressive Victory in iitmhii TNI lif. IN BflsM things which stack "n the th.in others W*itit •auaes them e* according to the circumstances. Usually the element of surprise has quite k lot to do with it. But when you are expo-ting something to happen and it cornea off, yet still, ;. of that, you stand amazed at the way it happen.H. then you can be almoet dead certain %  trie memory. the performance of Mr. Tommy Edwards' -'iid Race: MABfOI HTAKEft—Ctaaa C as* C2 Mai4e.i—ftM. i %  .i.i Mi .,... a i acta but tins i ha upunmi/ lajMst. bui heuiu with a %  %  %  rttU M/LNa R I H •*•* and have scored t-.e *-* "* i-""i* '"r thna i I HAM u,c anon upeoasl. n f a m lllss rl j known—defeated Carlloi'A. I IM g.ui,o was a IM one lor UM "*"*' .• .n io.ii luuwiiJig eiiuria, %  •.op*. l a tueory of pi-ymg Uie bull in ,: %  • agauist the smai'cr Cariton mat the eium Caxili/n '. %  Umi iiieOiuni beiglr. anil tilt' Empire players numberuig amontl their ranks people like Charles Alleyne, Algj S.1..1... :., SnuUi, and company musl at ui.ee establiMi a uignt euge a ,,i uniivantagR even if w Igliuie ail on.. (o| ... Li. bvil.g. -\oi MU< II IO Ci/UUbk TNlkliE was nut n.mii to chMM ba l wssa ti tnc Mum f... tht greater Ull ojUtalldlllg rdayai tot • .<. BBSM lorawd and half • nut laying tii.it he was i '.pressed > had U 'Ken the %  1 hai best i morrow ano i'" Can Ran win ba Rtuch SPAKTAN DEFKA n n E MI IKK %  -mplclelv | ,.r uW w.vk to ICON their i > Ion Ihll season. It is true .... %  %  %  %  parfonn%  i ved to win. %  %  %  %  %  %  | %  I I .. %  emlnantl log nidaf Bald iployad bj tha Bank 1*11 U';ili landing. He was m* good by all looal Mandardb Rood. AM IUMH 'lid T r i > .i tlie> I'oulcl li IIKKOKS S KI i*i 1 Olttana workwi haroaealb tht hall .. % %  .:., fact .:. licvci thought of lobbing the ball ml pponanl area or trj mg a shot &f%  theory of ung. College dafaatad Bverton rgsn of two goals t. nil :n their BXtUBl %  lle •*> Br ihis aaaaon c o mman dHt-OrdloaUon • Harrison CoUaaja Iku 108000 toi aoaoa Ufa aetmoL LAWN HAMS, PLANS T'HE Council Oi tiie (S.nL LOWS lenii, ASBOCtaUOD decide.! r* 1*> ; '' be held In Jamaica in April Of this year. Tin is a If >ld bid -n the | talnly COnaUt4lta aandal undertaking ain<"? the formati"!: Iatlon. Jamaica 1* .. ""'* other British ColonMa In I %  "" *" boarding costs an elation Is quite justified in the elluit to place Barbados Association Lawn Tennis on the map < ( The Council of the A&auciatlun has also acceiXed the offer or Mr. Neville ( Innd at the Pine Estate and the Axaoeiatlon plan I I Uon therp and to prepare two or possibly three courts. Obviously the Ass." funds to 1 projects and it is hoped that all sportsmen will give the venture their full support. Jrd Race: CHELSEA STAKE-*—Claaa and Lewer-Waa. . Mr. F. E. C. Bvtheil. Jockay Yvonct HML. 1 ov FA1U-MI Ull. Win: J9.30 Place |g.0a I.T3 FORECAST. $34.3:. ALSO KAN. Water bell (125 lbs., Crusslvy;, Jolly Miller < 130 lbs.. Johni, Sunbeam (121 Ibe., Wilden. Capm, ilt>2 J .. . BOsiO); I lamanlfna (IM lbs., nurkell). Rambler Rose (1U2 ,. i lbs., joaaDii). BTAR1 i.ood. FINISH; Close, neck. 1 length. 3-yr.-old b.g O.T.C.-tlak. TRAINER Mr. F. E. C Bethell. III. KAvr : BARBADOS GlINKAS 1952—Nominated—S0.M iflOO.ao. 9200.00. JIOO.OO)—:•.. Furlonm 1. DUNQUERQUC 114 Ibe. Hon. J. D. Chandler. Jockey Croasley. 2. CARDINAL 117 lbs. Mr. J. W. Chandler, Jockey Yvonet. 3. CAVALIER 117 lbs. Mr. C. Barnard. Jockey Holder. TIME 1341. I'AHI-MUTUEL : Win : J2.64. Place $1.00, J1.0H. 1.04 FORECAST : $9.72. ALSO RAN Seedling (117 lbs., Lulchmunj, May Da> (117 lbs., Thukell), Apromiak (117 Iba.. Fletcher). Columbus (117 lba., Wilder). START : Good. FINISH : Clo-e. Neck, 3 lengths WINNER b.f. O.T.C.-Belledune. TRAINED Mr. J. W. Chandler. %  ma at the Garrison Savannah yesterday afternoon. I „. ..t i.i uy that I knew it waa going to happen, but rather thai 1 know it ii.ight h.ippen or ...uld happen. I knew all along of clan*. This goes right back to the nrst time I look al her breeding and form. By Wattling Street out of %  > Sir Perry Loralne and is a sister to such i — DJ -JibiMhadneu.. and the Gulden Rood both of which ng the highest class in England. Her dam. Yaana, is. in ted At a most .outstanding brood mare Yasmeen. of course. i in Hie same light as her baothers but neverthclea* •ted that, for the West Indie*, something above ihe M-rted. I the hJTl that would impirs*. I %  rf tlioroughbreds as something out of ahe i v.-ii the most inexpei u-tu-ed nowiee , .-,. bj l.i action In Tnnldad, when she In lba Wen Indies, it was apparent U peed She onlj wanted a little more tuna . | ; .ix furlongs. ,, wen a S k. did i came to lav i.„ ana-war that few honaa oi tins caabre A iinle-s something is amiss wll ag with Yasmeen was very clearly la I usplayed at exercise, nutbarmoi I %  bar last gallop it was more noficanl are two reasons la thaan from my tips. 5th Rare J B.T.C. STAKES—Claaaea A *b B Italy—tl.ioo 00 (HgS.OO. 11115.00. *00.09>— 9 turlonaa I NOTONITE 116 lbs. Mr. C, A. Pi. i r. leokajS P rTelcher, 1 F1RELADY 108 lbs. Mr. S. A. Ulanchcttc. Jockey Lulclunau. 3 REBATE 127 lbs. Mi. M. E. R. Bourne. Jockey Quest* J TIM! I-Uft. PARI-MUTUEL ; Win : $2.90. Place : SI.2B, $1.78. $1.48 J'OKECAST : $10.44. ALSO RAN Landmark (117 lbs. O'Neill. Slainte (120 lbs., Thukell), Gun Site, (130 lbs., Croasley), bnbers (108 lbs. lit-II. I START: Good FINISH EMS', 3 lengths, 1 length. WINNER bi.e. Fiiiifax-Einprc** Josephine. TRAINER Mr. J. T. Fletcher. th Rare | SPRIMi STAKES—Claw. and Lower—108.00 ($390.00, $150.00, $50.00)—7'^ Furlong* i IJOLDRUM 2 SWEET ROCKET LUNWAYS 121 lbs. Mi M. M Innlm JocfcOJ liolmi 128 lbs. Mi R.f OIU Jockey Lutehman. 128 Rts. MI K. D Edwards. Jockey Yvonet 341. PARI-MUTUEL : Win ; $4.76. Place $170. 5J I • IREJ AST : $18.24. ALSO KAN : Water Cress (12* lbs., Croasle; Lady 010 lba., O'Nell). Dashing Princess (126 lbs., Jo. 1130 lbs.. Wiloeri, Arunda (121 lbs guested), Topsy (126 Its, Newman*. START Oood rOriSa I lengUi WINNER ch.f. WyndJi-n.-ScreiuO IRAi.NLl; HOB • 71k Rare CREOLE STAKES Claaa G *.nd l*tr-4M *'•*, $100. $mj H t Furlengs. 1 HOSETTE 114 lbs. Mr C Barnard I. BETSAM 1 35 lbs. Mr. J. D. Hill Jockay Quanta*. 3 TWINKLE .102 2 lbs. Mr L J. Sealy. Jockey Bella. TIME: 1.091. PARI-MUTUEL Win si.30. place: gljg. a] n 4UCAET $:.2. ALSO RAN Gavotte (1S2 lbs.. Crosslex; Blue Dlagaoad < 115 lbs. Lutchmanj, Joan's SUr (118 lba., Yvonet). PnltngR 11 U|; Diadem I 130 lba., Joseph), Vonwise < 1*0 R, FletcneD. Billy Boy (133 lbs, John). START Good. FINISH: Easy. 4 lengths. 1 length. WINNER: 3->r.-old lib. ch '.. Burning B>iw-Roaainnnd. TRAINER lion V C Gale g> On yace 5 i KM above in mind 1 still stood in the Stnd at the ruiy and marvelled at the way she went about her tha <<:*-' '"> the jump and Wilder loot no time %  I :-hc had. Harroween was also well oil ami the two of thom mey held on to Yasmeen for the first furlong. It %  early pace such as I have seldom seen exiept b> .. raoa of the past. But at the half mile both Demur' .in i Ham II ad enough and Yasmeen careered off in (roni length with almost every stride. B% two luilonn pole "i)d turned for home she had li\i i Dgtha <>n the rest of the held and at this stage I '< %  _,n to slow up. But. nollunn ol : nils time, and presently Newman waa casing her up en the post a winner by what tha Judge conservatively estimated to be three length* She Iwithout doubt the fastest filly I have ever seen In the %  lii9t 1 J JlAl bnak the record. She was only 2/5 above it. i| any Horse runs the 5W furlongs at the Garrison in !esa than 1 'HI. they can ship it back to England, as far as I am i nrerafM, The uexi moat outstanding performance for the day 1 thought victory in the Barbados Turf Club Stake*. A colt rnodoat beginning he has developed Into a big horse with " lie might have been better at an earlier M for an unfortunate tendency towards the proverb!.,I djTj coal whi.h he developed on his visit In Trinidad last 1 %  loaa Trinidad had a laatc of his brilliance when in anlta ..f u-mg *ick he defeated the great Lupinus over six furhm-gs. he was in receipt of much weight. i a was not seen to best advantage laat November and very wlaafo he waa ki'pt at home while the Christmas meeting With Ihe cooler months upon us he has now benefited as nd usually do and at this meeting he has really bloaaomed .Kit Into Iman, lie won his race yoaterdny with a in tha Hood tune 1.551 'or the 9 furlooKand U i Flatchaa |av Un Ids head and passed i around the four furlongs pole it was, more or less, a walk home for him. I cannot aco him being aaatly beaten attain lux the meeting. In ihis race both Fire Laojy and Rabat* ran well but while the former had already raced over 7'j furlongs on the same afternoon. the latter looked as If *he night have felt Ihe going. The Jamaican Derby winner Embers, who ran fourth, displayed some mi which waa not expected by most of la*, but she is obviously'a bit outclassed in this company. • iuincas was not the two-horse-race 1 expected it to be. I thought had a particularly good ride and was preseiiu-d ^"'h 0*i for winning the classic. But ha failed at arhon antatlni U*a Iroteh and Dunqueruue. in tha best tradiUona of the O.T.C. get, ran on stoutly to win from nal by a neck. I was pleasantly surprised *l " %  s.^ %  -. %  .. flutter. BtlttUndi • i jockey did a One job indeed lo get way with lioth his life and :e nilyi. Surely this sort of thing cannot COM Looking arooml for something lo imish off with, what could be i>erformance of the half bred Rosette. Not t gnat Andy ever impressed me more. 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-I Ml AY. MARCH 2. 1M2 SUNDAY ADYOt \ I I'M.I MM B.L.A.C. Hangar Going Up At Seawell > thu Flying Cmap4ai> The Barbados Lignt Aeruplane Club is making rapid M aYUguat It I--: yaw athan a tiwup ! lot... G laurant ana formed the Club a irui> be col Pioneers." A; that lunc these pioneers ; from whnc I | %  %  and ln but nut Least, they duitctpjud MM Today whave the U.LA.C. conabticUa %  HaawtlL I'lulMbl.. tuinwiIOtt il Iva) uf ..ii Auslei the type of plane which the Club ;i:tf island. To Call in man t lon the piuneer* would be an injustice. They ware: Messrs. R. AIcard. D. EdihlU, Jackie Marion Jnr.. M. Relngold. Slanton Toppin, R. Ir,na, R. Peterkin, C. Pcterlun, span whicn will be tbe width ol L. Chase. D. Malonc. F E. Miller, the building. I. Corbin. S £ L Johnson. T. A. Mr Peterkin piacco his knowl. Robert;. E "Dipper*' Barrow. ledge of land nuvtyloi at the dav A. Jemmott. P. C. S. Mallei. E. Aposal ol the Committee in laying I Butcher and Squ dron out the site lor itae hangar, preLeadcr Henderson, ring plans and supervising the Every Club, regardless of list, ork ol erecting the waltabi rneounii-r, a urged upon in cuUaboraliuw * little over a month ago, were conMl Henderson, Airport Manager, sldering a Bill to amend the Cusacting on behalf of Cover.unenv toms Tariff Act so as to exempt Mr Henderson also oiT.i dinong other items, aircraft and „ cs t loni u was estimated that lh .iretail spare parts tram the paycus t „( ; %  .iiu be i i ustoms duty, Mr. O T. hc vicinity of $l.t*Ou and S2.0#. Allder. Senior Member • 11 l MAR. 2 NO. 213 The Topic of Last Week Nice to be in his shoes! ir.-i u H 1TBS %  14. itsg "T: THIS is Uio type of plane which u expected ta arrive [rom England for tlio Batbido. Light Aeroplane Club due* a little sport lor %  few." In my opinion Mr. Allder km nothing about the Club. Club immediately cabled its of the Club, were present and were able to deny these misleadm nig ^legations. They knew that <*i anc *the Club was opened to anyone Shortly alu.-iw.nds the Club rewho wanted to loin, flying or'nonceived a cable informing them %  lying member The Bill was ihat the ahipping charges had been eventually passedincreased by £90 to £3t0, and askSliiJii *•"-'•""•" •*• h0 club lUndl .,.33 n„n C !" H busineaamaii HI uie City, was r, , %  "IP! "" Pr ^sS 11 ? ^ y UU AT the Invitation of the Commit'>•*tee of Management Mr. J A. Skmlnc Committee of Man^^^t, to aWut lhe „ on agemcni con.pn.es of Mr Wood nrfl (Uon of vice-Prendrn. Uiairman, Mc r.. Mr / Sk)nne r's contribution In the Ruben P-terkli^ Jack.e Marson, fle d of avlol i on ln Barb ado, is ropnto, l-Bnce Jordan, „ ^Q^. H e was thr flr-t pcr—-, ll1 WK! %  "S"' • SpStnZ AMOBliMlODsoJl alglOM ..nd Morton Reinca||y The commen „ of exp eTi•"!? %  Ufc enced aviators who saw thin plane Two sub-committees WIUKII the Cuiiiiuuitt uf Management were also formed, one lor the purpose ol investigating the cost and Immediate •nctiOD of a hangar al Seawell. and the other to deliver A-erc favourable. Invaluable Of Mr. A. R. Toppin. the Club „ will darlva invaluable benefit .i sariaa'of I^tlurei. to olher IUUII(rom hi* iibillly and experience In hers of ih Club on such subjects business circles. He wlU advise aj the %  Theory of Flight" and the Club on mailers of a commeraUtat related subjects. The lecclal nature. lurers in this series are: Stanlon The unsolved problem of llrToppln. Denis Malone, 'Dipper" .nee %  till laces the Club. Up to th.Harrow, Squadron Leader Henpresent, the receipts from subderson and Wood Qoddard. scriptions. donations and the dancr Tho process of having tho comamounted to $4,830 of which pany registered in accordance M.800 was used to open the? letter With Uie requirements ol the Comof credit in London There is now panics Aet, 1910, is being lOOfcad needed to meet expenses In buildifu-r by Messrs. Barrow and ine the hangar, insurance and Malone and il 14 hoped that this other incidental items required t<> will bo completed in tho near put the aircraft In the air, ap(uture. proxlmately 13.0O0. Drop Ltd. To meet this expense member.* Application has been made to [eg) Lbnt Itag mcmbeislup should His Excellency the Governor-inbe substantially Executiv %  Jon to in the name of the Club. The io follow the excellent Company Is limited by personal set by Mr. Roberts. guarantee not exceeding $48 in the The Barbados Light Aeroplan. J of flying members and one Club provides young men and TRAINER Sporis Window HMtKISuN* COLLIOI defeated Ev.uon two-nil on then school ground* will be meeting Notre Daunt it Kensington Oval to-in>.rrow afternoon In a First Division itx.U .11 match. This game should be interesting. Other First Division matches for the week are Tuesday, March 4Fv. va Carlton Referee I. F llnrriLinesmen O. Robinson II .1 w Hoyoi Friday. March 7 — Spart.m vs. Harrison College. Referee G Amory. Linesmen D. Archer and A 1 anii IMvUUn I'vu Tuesday. March 4 Empire v. Notre Dame Referee D. Archer Wednesday, March 5 Spartan vs. Carlton Referee O Graham Friday, March 7 Empire vs Everton Referee K Walcott. in. 1Three Tuesday. March 4 College vs Pickwick Rovers at College. Referee L. King Lodge vs. Foundation Old Boys at Lodge. Referee II King Regime 1. L v k'vertun at Garrison. Referee It Wilson. Wandgnra vi Y.M.CA at the Bay. Referee F Edwards Wednesday. March J Foundation vs Carlton at Foundation Referev It King Combermere Old B<-> 1 Rangers at Cnmbenneic Referee O Robinson Cble ft Wireless vs Combermere at Boarded Hall. Referee R Parris Notre Dame vs. Police at the Bay Referee (' Honchford Friday. March 7. Lodge VI Cullege at Lodge. id rerta A Thomn.i Regiment v Foimdatlmi Ohl llo Referee 11 Rutehloaon %  n OWP 1 II.W n %  1 <>..' %  I *r**n\h ,... %  •tea naj %  • %  MU %  B ri *ti h..ld*r. 1T1 I7a im J4W I U4KI -r tM11| s padded Stool, flipping IUI youi iM'.slh:n Balancing. .<**> ,II, I "iST" im Tl SSr 1 >P .ibout aighi "" im "* IU idim S" del I First the let lurW %  ,1 %  on Uncoa %  nd anklaa w-y be gradually p.-rmitted .*w aa' '7...V %  J,., • i! M h..ki. i4si iu. am aiso MM %  J.^.v" u n !" BM %  | 1MB Ttllr.l m fault*->-!"" %  w SUOl aau Ha 1 .. %  aw H r.Tur nm ISIII flirt tTM 1 IFTM B*t 1 T.,ll-t t> Miflri IStl 1 S...I. %  sat Thirt IBM I "?„:, UK' PM Stod Tfat4 > %  %  ,r' r.fih %  ojMj. ytoi atea. aw, < *5 Tl.ifil ruth i1h %  t mnii ntii TVnlh S..UU gjagj fourUi i..irtfn o Twktu ir*. ins. iMo. 1 icu MM rhin C011 tt 11 Fifili UU MM laal las* law 11 in iioidrr> uf t 00*4 mm. tin. 1ST ..1 TMkrt* nan. mi. aa uu. Racing Results AW>I HUM / Mil. Ksrr: t'ASTLE GKANT STAKES—I lavs l> and lourr |H, drop the word ^Limited" spirited persons who are willing Apollo < 115 lbs., Fletcherj xainple START: Good. FINISH: Cle, S s length, I i WINNER: b.g. Dunusk-Maid of Honour Owner. %  t thai IBM aj %  % %  .. .:,: Rut ih' r i~>aid o< I i D Itkan and lit til kll : \'-\ UN ll'i I .%  ill' up and down, no more ".li" haa i l tMe.ikuig the ir1 I before, feet pointwi am turned Inward, aAaJea and km-os .HIT at Oral but slightly supple later on. Now, iUi IsM w*> rt Istara t you will find • ig U a far difleieiu matin fi>n the l-nd prgrtkt Tag V nor oiiK keep Uu body In a liunI 1 iliou but will alsu pu-h you slowly along. Put plenty %  vigour Into the kuK. BO Ihal t % %  .-.it. ,1: itrongU .d-iui v,.ii (Mj At in si you will hod this cx• 1 i j Urtn| Uut ki-rp it up, and make it a iule in tutu i< ( 'lo live minutes nf kioki-ig every lime vwu go U. the sea be'. itoing any .-wimmiii.' After a Mhila you will be ahli to discard I ho float, and brcoll.o by giving .1 strong downward p.'11 with the nmi <>n the id' on v. I %  h iva eboaan to breathe, turning the h<-;id at the same turn Thew are the common [..nil H-ili-g iiH.M-tiitiii r'n 1 fn--nii h tho legs arc too much hem IL. Run Bod .1 tklaa .. 1. .1 BBJ loa uugh, puHa d im lag Uw DOdV, "i 't ..iif of n % %  leg as it Is bent back, and tho "flat" feet furnish retarding iurQftan Uuli-et aiv liltr i out of the watei with ...ti-i. t 1 ihle "fllath They should BOO .t to Uu Burisu.of UM wafa t r fot)l inoliiai oiilside the iv.it1 iin.|.letely waited as far a she %  .vimming process Is cone*11Md itid natural^ maloM tha othei fiot go deepi'!and therefore TO,it more water, in order to have u kta n ..k.1 • isniotloa at Aral to l^t uos brusii lightu ..'hi-v pagf %  1 %  %  1..1. >..idl> V He's got Nugget smartness'. MUGG T 6 SHOE POL:J;H %  .1 %  %  IM IH %  IM .'I. %  I I %  .1 I I 1 B I sponaored by J & k BAKERIES makers of ENRICHED BREAD and the blenders of J & R RUM .. 1 ,:!,. Gelling Up Nighh Makes Men Old famous thi toda/ h strong. -,uppt rubber. It. di scientific %  irv| oi hurw idajL £JXXAAMCE' e ii probably the most .* %  daj 1 • ii d sturdily made from 1 I thick plantation crepe: hape was thr rfl l. of children's leci. Its a <5 SANDALS MAOt Rr C. J. CLARK LIMI1 >. KSLANO %  -I -...I.' 4th Race: DALKEITH STAKKH—Classes A A B Onl>— ll.IB (fSU, Slaa. uoir.' itirlMijE* YASMJttN 2 HARROWEEN 3 PEPPER WINE 133 Ji. 120 lb shilling in the case of non-flying women with a flair for flying, members opportunity to indulge In a healthy The job of preparing plans and form of recreation and at the same u-timoten ol the cost ol erecting lime improve Ihelr knowledge the hangar fell to Messrs. JohnThen they are those who may *on. Miller and C, G. Peterkin and wish to make flying a profession Mr. Johnson undertook to conTo them the opportunity is affordstruct a scale model of the proed to study the elementary prin„, ,-o-ed hangar. c.ple. ol Aviation at a comparaTIME: 1.06,. PARI-MUTITl Mr. C. H. Roberts ol the firm ol lively low cost, and in times ol FORECAST $14.70. Cole & Co. gave the Club two emergency there arc many uses to ALSO RAN Belle SuraraM 1 iti lbs Dutchman >. Demure (123 : 'r< 1 sections tor the roof and which an aeroplane can be put. Wilder) the track for the sliding doors; in Th t Committee of Management STA RT addition he has volunteered to appeals to all those who can l~ %  n.ike. tln> necessary changes to the assist in any way they think tl iteal sections to provide a 45-foot In furthering this venture." Mr K D Edwards Jockey Newman Mr V V Sent! Jf>rfce> Joseph Hon. I. D Chandler. Jockey Crossley. %  W.n$2 18 PaesV SI 64, Y7 34 lbs Good. FINISH: WINNER, b.f. Watling Street-Y.. TRAINER: Owner. Ea*J 3 lengths > T length COMMONWEALTH MEETS MERLYN :! %  ( oganwmwaatltai Sp.ut.,. I lull Will BMgJ .i (|i. 'uuUK-in-sl Meilyn to-d..> at M-rlvn grounds, Hi. J.inn iii laava rweedstde Road at 12 noon and player* RM jBki-d to Ion time. f>. tart at I p.m. punctual!v. The 1-ama are U tollnu i.ealfh Spord Club J (iiaham (Capt). E. W ISarnm M.C.P.. .1 O. Tudor. Jnr E. H K llowen. J Un-W IE, Elcock. 1 Ptrtdi C. Clarke SI. C. Blackman, (*. Kandif'Ud 0 Agard. (12th mam Mrrlyn: 1. D^t (cap*.), .1 lyi 11 I tin .. %  ih.-,t], \' i,-i U Held. T Taitt. A. Hlehunl-, E '•re-V.I Hi.!C, K:.!,,. \. W-liol! ,p l-.i. TTEAXTHJ futicura Vx SOAP "If you're on your back And can't get a nap Through a pain in the back. Use FIERY JACK. It'll never como back.'' On Sale at all Itading Chtmsls ''•> 8 Atfl.il.ong Lid Aowrti Glands Made Active and Youthful Vigour Restored in 24 Hours %  American Doctor t Diicovery Strenthens Blood, Nerves, %  ody Memory, train, Mwidei, and Induranca-tarlar Than Oland Oparatlans. % %  •'.:"n4'-ma w "M fj^C i" -ioot nun kf>B|i %  ..rptw* I>I •'• il i 'i a %  nsSiillj lari„(n r Ma MMI II W MUHHII l*i *M le •*•••' •Si in IMI >.>H*. ""i •< t< n*.' •U^MUHlr Oa Mr>* tot't i. incfiuN i'l mnirt Vs will Bn4'.•'utulb.-m lilpnrrmiL, I-I> •hvnViM-' r..n. b.f *lMd .r a llUml) DU'I ).r %  •• U*ai* • %  !• %  —• viwu i-| vmi7 %  # V'rf*i7"tSaa li^,it^£i"*:' a > CMIUIfAl, ffanCy %  !* fl-^ I. r>a•*>• lb 1J l...t ( *. J !" '" !" ' %  • .*?<• •*••. BfltM .< Pas*."' "" **•" l ""' B Guoroeitaad To Work ^TaBt at* r*t an ..p*ii.i.' Tl. • %  n Mt waat—at. whirti fan s> < %  _ at il. •' %  .•rlMI. ,„.,. *, i... %  Marks in 24 Hour* Tina n* •**!<•] •liatasai/, PO r.a. .** i.,i*a <, uwuaai ... .r.. ..r,i^ •law .1 tittwtt* llialU ._ imatl .f-.: %  It baa aSSMaWnl ii* (tt*. that naB BrB>4 aU a >ai li t ii ifnara iBa **ai a Iraat Jbrs Pin %  (> a*B B-S-tH. Tl ... -aaaW a*a>< attn at %  •aa) as •** It •• an-MM M lf ft %  M "• %  ?•;'.' %  ' %  %  taWMM BralDtiMii^K ha>*n>U(> i-. -.tiU.rliBi A iirMI d..'%  Hi %  a. • yt*~U i .. ..... mm %  > %  %  i• Vi-Tabs H.,iut„ *fB*vW BBMI fmiuj Flying buvkn \ liluv Hints .' St-ngulls .' All Wall Plaquer, in P00LE POTTERY Select Your Favourite Set Early AT I Louis L. Bay ley Bollo.i LMC ilncl AquMi. C'luli Gift Shop Phone 3909 — Phonr 4897 Before you 6aHiOerore you i/res's ANDREWS for faner Clean/wes?/ -sake up in (IKbssafaal | %  %  a me-' A nnnimin ^ %  I DiDg the montli %  ilcarmi, ivny IINKI wtaaga, i' i nhi' -ol water makes a grand relreahcr ", too. DO TOO KS'OW thof war dfg,-


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PAGE ax M .su.il vmiKATi: SUNDAV, MAJtCH 1. ltt 1 SEWING CIRCLE p> Tomm* By PENNY NOLAN Make Ih.to lu. ..boui C// I IK' Jungle Girl TOPS IN FASHION WHO WCD AT 13 •nchea deep and the bottom tier Nea Slip, From Old 'bout nine Inchr. d~P To achieve Thli year', full .kilted etyle. padualed fulln<-ea each strip mil nil full petticoat, and * "" nr, ." n """*• lonjet IBM .Up. Theer. of courae, you can ">• preceima one make from arralch but coaatdarGather the r. and lo.n them ablr auvlna can be effected by retoaether tneemng cording in each __ i.ekina aorne of Your old .tratltit >'• <• "••• "•"> <" %  < Th-n Br aOBEBT OLTNTON mcrl* ^ loin the tier, to the slip Top u.ln, BERGEK-OP-ZOOM ai have a allm .Up which cordtn* here al^o Hem the hotTHE Hltle Moth. .! you can quickly make l" !" "Jr. ,. the pplc-ruikleo fan put a full flounced akirt by add ">• to P * in* w'P worn linker to her llpa and opened a • .. gathered tier, of Mime .tiff you may cut It on at the wain UOUI on the Brat floor of the conII row .lip I. nylon the "ml an" an elaatle hand to make VCT|1 of Bv rrancu in the Dutch ideal material u matching nylon ""to .full petticoat market town of Berjon-Op-Zoom. II la available. However. An jold cotton nl.ht .owl, with Tn „e m Ole front row of -, .- anycri.p hghtwci.ht cloth wlU do a %  trallM:aUrt can be made into , u hlw „,, „. Yrn, will need two rtrip. about a crmoUned pvUicoat Cut the ^ ,,,„„., ^„ i lona ..nd twalve to Ofklrt part of the night (own Inly TTSL, . wide Theae. of courae. four gore. Make the lop of each J"'"" nil be pieced at neceiaary The orc one fourth ot your wain -"The w.dth of your dip *U& bands eight inche. deep £oulders. were .,, ever> hes up from the hemline to the shape o. the bottom ul the paper n-t Mthfr nn* strlo to fit this gores allowing one fourth Inch tor %  u remembti hei tsai sAthV/flounce on to Haitit. In shaping the crinoline Maria Hertofh gores allow for Them on the petti* hen she was thirteen to a twentycoat gores to be turned under and w.rue-year-otd Malay hemmed to the underside of the tracher. She had been She looked about ten Yd little K.ore than a year ago the world %  AlB rlbbot %  %  • gathered raw edges JS •SSST^'tS^S -inilin. Thl.h-y will cover the . %  n.1 nounce lo It! Ihll raw lower edge ol • %  B % %  me^re Fini.h gathered edge Join the crinoline !" !" "•> ribbon like Ihe Oral. md cover the loin, with Waa Upe. A .lim taffeta .Up can be tr.n.Vou will need a, . Inch deep Into a bell .ilhouette of ruffle edge with •"" %  ndla lull hree lathered tier, with a yard Inch eyelet trim to eew under UM .1 iiie.pena.vt taffeta and about, crinoline to prevent J" h ^ fouf and a half yard, of cording. Vou may be ab e ••"• %  IBM z a vSrs M^-tlKstya huidi-i .. ul child to the care o( Malay nurse. Che Aminah, in \9*2 when her Dutoh parenU were rleeing from fl" % %  • | I>She was baptised a C ^fsssglr. but waa biought -. ' %  • %  %  village as a M' i people d.ed in the Singapore riot* when the court decided rtie ahould return lo her parents in Holland. H.u CNM Sfce Settle? Rertha came back to he material •Up. h.n no differently' "on the bottom of the .Up over the crlnoBlb lc lo Mile In peaceful, quietly body Utt a yard stick meaiurlnj Une. dvlllMd HoUand Irorn Ihe Boor up at for • hem. Alway. look twice before you one who offered .ix lo four nil off from the boldl.eard n larment becatue the „,,„,, tuecertul rehahilit .tain • the slip will make Ihe .lyle. have changed If the male„, ,„.„„„ Hertoth wa. Mayo Wiri.i.l.llc tu r Cut it In strip ,-nhl ml u "ill good with a little £lW lhp u.ycholon.t who. wrilj—%  — b e able lo Faui. broke c i,„i. HI, he. deep Imagination you ird ot new taffeta will make nomelhlng v.-ry atlractit uke ih,. top and bottom tier and uicful from it What's Cooking In The Kitchen This week 1 am going to give out into the pyrex bowl add I "pes on how to make cualiquor glass of sweet vermouth — ho. kxpro*. lards ( iiI.IKI Fur Filling Sugar, 3 tablespoonsful. Egg Yolks. 3. Hour, 3 tablespoonsful. Lemon rind or vanilla essence. flutter. 1 tea spoonful. M!lk. 1 pint ing In Ihe Sunday pointed out his hospitality of a girl CQ\\ U and cuff* trimmed with -lorn from ihe arms of her foster black braid, and it buttons down mother—to the parents she had M | ftr BS the miniature basque It not seen for ten vears . Ianwu most effective in "Black guage troubles . the fact lhat Watch" tartan taffeta, (note for idie M a married woman who Sassenachs: a black and green had once more lo become a little plaid), worn over a white evenini ir gown, cuffed row— —. This la a prooress report on age with matching tartan, the u-at, Mr. sideline Herfoyh ire laced her problem daughter. I Ulked to Mrs. Hertogt rum. 2. If you want a chocolate custard niling. melt two Ubleapoonsful of grated chocolate ( not milk chocolate, thus: Put Ihe chocolate kitchen of her home. There art in a saucepan with 1 tablespoonno more worries about Bertha ful of water or milk, keep the she said. "She's a good girl and saucepan near the fire unlil the we are nil happy together. But I chocolate is melted. When you will say thai II has been very Put the egg yolk anl Ihe sugar JJJJ",,^ cuaiard as above be. h .rd in a Mucepao. mix with a wooden %  !" £&^S „„--„,,. orf t hc fore taking the saucepan off the ork." n h-n n,UI the floor 'the Hour — melled chScotalet l(r ild be the beat ck el0"r) ancl rd anJ into lemon rind or I HU BROADCLOTH by —^v" whin' it "is finished. Pour it in a milk instead of t glass ol milk > There pyrex bowl or any other kind of This custard Is without any parU cwUrly about hef ••marriage". Bowl ..nd add the teaapoonful of flour and is especially good for £ ?T h r J „* hutier Stir it from time to time children, as it is very light a:.a -.0 lhat it will not have a skin >m nourishing. the top This custard is too thick Put the egg yolks and the augur f.>t ant thing bui tlllinn. la saucepan and mix with ., I ii vou want u custard allo wooden spoon until they are Uiht | -nhnmrie.' make the -.ame custard anlfrothy. Put thc milk in las jltove and when you |>ou % y^^,,^ ^ IS THE LATEST IN PYJAMAS other saucepan nod put it on the lire When the milk Is almo:i boiling, pour it a little at a lime ieggs and sugar and work Ixlure with the spoon. Put the saucepan with the custard on the lire and stir it all the time. Be verv careful that it does not boil. when you see that It has started lo thicken, take the saucepan off th< fire, add the vanilla essence or the lemon rind and let It coot II you want to add the cream you have to add it when you take thg saucepan off the fire. In thai case you put | glass ot milk less at first and then add the I glass of cream tu add 1 LONDON %  II '.s latest epidemic, w huh i this week at the collcvi leading designer, and is rapidly infecting everyone, is the tartan evening jacket. Its style is perfectly simple: it has upstanding collar, long aleeves. skirt fell in lour tiers, each edged with a crinkling of white in the lace. This type of jacket Is useful on a hundred and one occasions. Wear it by day over a beach dress. at night over an evening dress Tartan is just one suggestion for material. In gossamer fine sill* surahs or shantungs, it is Ideal for warm climates. In wool or quiltWhen Bertha arrived at Bergen ^ Mt in, it is perfect for cold she would speak to no one bul cum ates. Another version of the her mother. evening jacket in coffee coloured She glared at her brothers and iin. embedded with sequins. was worn with an evening dress in coffee ne. over dusky pink taffeta. This little evening Jacket is a welcome change Irom the stole which has been the universal evening wrap In the past few ing neck and three-quarter lengt sleeves With a grey or black luit the fashionable colour tT? J .. J % %  u_-r..i. dt the fashionable colour to %  hich Mr. and Mrs. Hertogh choauf (l dusky pl ,, k and xhe m ,,_ wanted an answer. lerlal lB ,hantung. The blouse One day the answers came— fliapQfl and fastens unusually like this. t he side seam with lleith.i llttapl In id" same bed penny.alje bulb a< her sisters. Wiesje. aged 17. Reflecting the current vogue for i d Cony. 10. fullness, skirts in this collection And at night she would tell |,y Cavanagh. (who formcrl>% bout l>fe in Malaya: "1 worked with Molyncux). war* tifvrr really lived the life of a nttwrod, ennolined or pleated. [i .iriKl woman." she said. "1 Pleats were everywhere — halfjust got married and then was )nc h box pleats on skirts, on drc* t..kcn back to Aminah's house." bodices to match skirts, and in So began Bertha's rehabtliiajn-oups placed at four-inch intertion. vals round Ihe skirt. Yellow, grey Lftal March on her birthday her and navy, trimmed with white. iMient/..'-> %  : .'.i' ol pat,.:,. the toun MoturwJ u UM terned fabric and some akelns of collection. Illustrated is a typical Kay embroidery silk. %  in lemon yellow shantung' Bertha was to happy. She it has unusual neck with roll col. lutched thc silks, and kissed her |gr dipping down to a V-hne mother But still she Ignored hei pleated yoke to match the pleteed to tr-c forest dress .hides .. and Lip Line allocs lip colours to be changed quickly md cleanly, as each refill.contained ( n its own metal shell, is interchangeable m the sar-e ca>e. '" N*II i CCHOO* And there's o glistening Nail Colour to match every Up Colour m "NS GALA OF LONDON Wt Aram aW OnvShXr %  F.S. NICHOLLS. P.O. IOX Ul :\,-. -..U''O-I1TI.IJ -i | :.-•-. I



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M SDAV. MARCH 2, 132 SUNDAY ADVOCATI PACE SEVEK. %. 99 ill. Ml H1I 1 SNOW > 1-OhTDOK. \ %  :...i*ion pad i\ Yesa's Eve — full of promise, of %  The proti %  I first in %  1. *e>o lne tapering from shoulder > r i oi i:t:.\ W.\MII:S rp %  nd %  %  irii ;i skirt %  %  %  I WD i | I one Uittons ana wide | : re l ea sin g io a fall of material at Ih The d. %  QW inf bottle tat mounted • %  n t..v> taffei„ uiii t-irt. worn ball ik dresa of their great, sws %  MM. H is M AtCOt toecho In the ear. of considerable elegance. Worth focuses attention It Man Aiout Hunt All (he rich atmc-pAen,.t lhe!v"> Mi you of the •pecial probI one roof—that'a M otaaaaal to aaDOOlh out Ih* dNai at r>Mmmca I •"•!"-** wrinkles. Why not phoi* %  ifl Co. and I'nii, Marhd 1 h selective stock and fine red.-igiied a. d opened -1 *n**li>' of iV—when you sense (ha. l-uniri| of Kama work \iP u now *"' In C M R Baga, Calabash C Show rowan of Men's wear mi *, i Lanta and; Boltuit Lane known through, •—and the f. arinatlon of S" 1 "V Caribbean -ml bt .. >ou IQIBMIUUTUI Sporuwrar is shown tr. f Them all' And lh %  %  %  :. pastel l>in ka of Lb ie Squaia. fruli and Oi >ngr in aun lantmcnL ngaBal superfine 'Jacket k arami is featunu In Wea %  ted and Socks by Mnrley arc ..f Wool. Rayon with clastic tops Another new product from thirapidly expanding Ami of disiuK J Hamrl-S-mth Ltd II the MeCau fceycle wwl) nvad on the UIJUJ losjatfcei etUi tha McCuul Stoves uolUi ideal for limited apace— full part* service avail) Ie). The bike is a Man's Tourer Model with Inftatnr. tool kit. oiler and ecmt>.nation 1 Khak. Shirt*, ideal for of excellent quality of awr and tear— I R. II Edward* Ltd. on ig tops at It.* \ %  of Kii.m 5n DOtowi from II i \> ,\ Khaki %  lirti wlttl Nmi-otlrl collars also pro %  %  Mlleni rah* lik. • %  bi MU patterned Mi H1S Shirts and when >PanncT in icatner oag—ii Igou, ..,,, Ilinjf ,. MVC In the attractive price Phone Up, Phone 7 ** . . a IU-,. ft HI ... 1M .vepythliiR In (.laaaware—Cocktail. DtnM : B, have found U to u C h n mp gp w and IcedP rtnka gla ss. M1( ritk eetourful •> QUi It, . |1, p. A. >'-U"l six -,mmvidu-lK 1 hr% N %  Df| Broad %  ; ',' mtral r-.ti-.i->immoniBroad .,.,, ., SI low the new Sweat and I he rtock is refreshingly ?"" ..iigerator nc with loU of Babv ...ft BM &*** %  1 '' K,U f u '" *.-<" M Waal .is gifts for Mothei (DMI, -.'' only $J .4 nd very UUrf* K | UM Container* for nnur. u.gar in.uahlem Shave Kreemer) Of *< Th. values are excellent and WITH CASHMERE BOUQUET FACE POWDER i Soli la.i-ad | Dl.(olaly parlum.d i Coi^mat* BovQval Fare N-dn gi*t a lottn imooiK fimsh t Cheat lighdv avsnl,. Ir io t i.n B I n ato m Augu.t 1MI. dnanM %  nd Princes* Margaret vwttad ping ustllng of tremendous c skirt* still into a shawl. e b(4eru enibPOkiemd In how y"". ''*'* %  ''l^T'-.I^-"^ the COLOURS; By day dark grey, a.lver w.th .. N. pte oow u.i.yf5/g J .'Ti? '^IS ffi that throughoul Ught bodices and feminine sklrU pradotl inalg and a very lovelv ! %  ?"&^ndlrddnTTnm" lu>t '* rfwt lm ""' honM 'he exertnable. subtle for silk drew* but emphasises a MkUow-gM bUM is seen in surah. haUaj iu|k. -nrt .nidnX cooi, h „^ llllu ,, lllnn ,.„„,„, ie. the front ftlU n f a dimFoi even.ng paleal pink and grey P^W.y cuvcied wtth the M w n ^ Ir riP#dofll from molrturc .i UM |o wear save by the are the two which arcto the for *.ucr bvoda. -ou-,-,^ The .tisim -N^ P Musson Dhanga ... gatf Poubiles. bebut the •tortUng Pruafian bl... THK O K A N D E TjMUtTO U( ^^ -boul ^ .nJ to further alreaaed cause of III !" >w called Cerulean Wiie was inM-k'^" 1 ^ s ff* 1 '^ •" Tht-re th. ltrg KMPnSs hi S rnnpvlnlMhe unapnn*?u Uw Um Irott * induced and wa, quite electrifyi. vl IU y used for these, renunia* V .uinTmely draped, low bodices to the ing In IU suddennow. ,ent of a more leisurely age and — -— S.-OTUGHTEO A neat little *£** ** u( '^-^"To captd. kleweleaa coat of the new w 1, ' "g??* B d lU " ^ suif, grey fabru". a jutting aknt Mei the picture. and altogether very pert looking. Delicate embroidery u. much fitted Bhanlung coats, one of used to enhance the i ichnaaa of brilliant plum colour. the fabrics. Jet embroidered waUt band to u To particularise the eau de black suit. mlo and parchment coloured The piece de resistance — a fjijle with bodice and cenlrt ravishing black faille de">*: panel encrusted rih K"ld and aatre. .. full r.mge rf the ' the variety^ ^ vet> teat proprietary drug* and . . a m.t eftlcieni daapanZng dtM J **> ***&.£ • fttfi You'll bke the r.,nd* CoUnhite hoise, i;xcepting they-* ,, iNtwerful enough to go over and is anneal. # ^ ^ ^ iouDrf nwunUiluv Ulcy n u omlng l<. Chelsea Oarage In BddI'lU' 1952 Vanguards have I ned clothw low bodices swathed -k.it. oftoD two h .i.King from a knot at As these lasl two year* there the bosom. Sleeves are mostly hat K-cn this trend towards the abort and softly full caught into rounded l>nr. it atcnu reasonable a nuiruw Iwnd. In the coata M thai i will continue they are ballooning. The diabut not to extreanes as far as phragm in most of the day anJ .lollies are earned rdadjMj dresses emphasised by It would defeat their object. As yet the difference between this year and last yeai i not **< pmiiounced as to necessitate wholesale discarding of ^aniiobes except anioiig tl ght. fincT draping. Cuffed bodices are much used for designs with abort, rounded boleros. FAHH1CS for day i able surahs, shantungs. gUuod gau—all with an j t^msah* •veiling dress: swathed ,bodice r efn brotderv A palest pink n beneath a minute velvet-banded £. grosgram evening coatbolero, the Ion* hip lute light, t ,. ralni9CCnt of the late 18th centhe other hand it does make uuito firm. Most of the sill mall, geometrical deever to one side making an unhodi-p ,^,1 out exuostng the model with a whacking great canacitv of B cu ft. and if that %  hat you want, well here It W Be rot] don'l know ho Bad |WJ %  ni in know and >ou wtsli you .ukl let me help bj telling you \ phone 27. That's the Singer 5. wing Academy (lo| of the James Lynch f. Co Ltd building). Mr Mildred Watkmv will tell >ou how to enroll (nothing to it. really) detail much of what you'll learn—and how >ou'u learn' and ii.my lellncmenta. thi. chassis mther larger and the door handles .ie flush nttlng. Choice of colours .. %  ii ihmce nf i>erformancc. Vankuard offers only the heal In Its Lias) and the chance to gt one la yourg by phoning 4949 Two and onu half pounds for •ixty cents hi! hold on. where aie era and what am 1 talking about I'll tell \ou I'm talking about the %  ,iewU e.-ikete.l l' .1 brand I •TbOk OnUn Hue pack** which la—you've guessed | and ^d' 1 i"i P hT ll %  I ..ll !lw Gnverles. It's eaady haodsad, t'* a -must" f". aaBjef > Igrder and remcmU-r there s NO i Hekllig. Ui>lribule> I I I Cirant I Ad Pearl Pr nd Is a product nt il BUQ MM Mrkrlin t board. — yhirsi has the weed. a. introduc vet I^Sw^l^v^ mOTB *V WtS cuffed tight bod*. U little ""rfy Vlctonaif jacket with m$ a looae coat Ith Dgplum hlpllne over gpreadirm 'ten The 'Taming' Of The Jungle Girl Who Weds At 13 doth" of two or three years ago ,., look rather old fashioned. From signs. SlT point of view it I; Hteb W A %  " "> ""> rt ak. < %  Ml ('•! l> ruptured \ UMlkaM i lako i.l SHU ia -i. %  I from pae lalsdnj t.. Mr Hertogh B lung her arms „,akmg a good Job o( being a typical little Dutch girl. I watched her lake off nee Now she has finished general white MaTcM ..i>ron -ml set off education and Is learning prutasfrom school fur h'.inc. She wore hn sional dreasmaklng. She is skilled „ K reei. jumper tartan skirt, with her fingers. trltfa the medallion of the Virgin ound her Kcrth > MU Ukf ula.vinn vith M,iy round her neck. i iv.-r II all she put a thick coal id off she went, laughing. She told me: "I love my mother. will never go back to the Ualaya.' 'Sometime*. I Wonder* i she really just like any other T?iT' die might be klfnappod gj* J'T ^SS^Zj ?£. and taken back is a thought dor. Hid her father. always in the minds of the police 'Slranscrs From The Orient' linewnnword ttguifje, but a nun came dnilv to loach her Uuich and the child should ,bl* v know. awoj. %  w'orTt eUS BeTuT: iff T-.ice had reports of OnenU.1 LaeSnsses Edw^rSS She we. form With Granger* In the town. Men hnve and waspgirls u. ' I iitn questioned. Hut that Is When Bertha first arrived sho had an escort. Then It was taken Now there is a plain etotsMi very Oriental If she withes to.' Occasionally her brown ayea (darken and all expression vanities from her face. It is a legacy i | bat HaH ... ,v.ri..l ilw-.. ,,-w Ififor %  ! i • l--"*" -„„,,,„. i ill .nxi-o. No %  „!....* Ml — • Ii->'•" lut,)<-.. tabUta at ISM* and row %  tiarHi**'" !' %  F.i>i-n li..%  ,,„.,. % %  !.!. <..>ra %  ri %  ..bl. i-.or, .,,.. •o .!i4k|v •r.d r'rrt *• """ %  ll|..m aaTOin.-t* fl ..••-. I I ac '1st i" -""" ,rrl '•" %  >""*•' ( -isK M* aas f Taan WRM'A'.'O nt only fart"* %  *. %  *•"' i„ -,-1,in%  .i..f. __., —--n m*fire ,lkSI>Ar I ,.. i \j i % %  %  %  "•' I :., • nl.rl> Nil), tilS I-' |'%  luilvHlixl.itil all' %  %  u nl'rli %  nnis'il B" i Book now fot %  • Itment with helpful advice or. Indivl d imkcWi S it' an ex(>erteni.e you'll e^ioy. KNIGHTS LIMITED. 33. BROAD STREET. 11 h 'Masher' waist<| coutitrv clothe linn were magnificent evening and in lAery M.hjccl. let*, 3-aw "Pttl WORN OUT and *?Oted %  nd if.if sreaad. ti... unabl* la \ %  MI lo (Kt> ( SUM oi i ouf | fou hU. rksr-*. I %  MpsaUM-sarsI alefara.r lUstrky.t .'1„ keta.. hltM ;Hnoui %  ••In ,,,.. t-l. i>ea> *K bus. MM rt-T am, * % •* 1—f.m-. .Unrd -*.•'•"• -i •• i M l ffwan %  '"! rnn.nl.lr. TbM >• tl* '— U t.kr IWdi Kxtna* Pal*. Within t hour Itedd) stsrt lo t-lr nW lndn#.. tbsm %  %  I^.r harmful *aSt*t *^* vaui 'illin ll.nf ll rrplarfd bl 'Vtsi hasd*d (i'|. and (-S BV t '. f* bS* (W.wnr Dodd'a Kidar. PilU IM lart* b(ll l " ruf star*s. an DoddsKidner Pills t;:;!*.:'.;*.-. BeajullrU-Ciefl 1 Dream GiiL LustreCrcme Shampoo givn your hair soft, flamoroul threeway loveliness • finsm-illf •!•" CliiUaiaj wi.k saes. • Sad, ellv la i.^rcCremc's billowy lather „ a bleni of secret ingredients pha gentle lanolin. SHAMPOO KL4M li para, lofs BHU KLIM ktaai witaeet i.-frlaaraliaa KLIM ••silly I. .l.-i, aaWll, •Klini /s exce/fent a>aa*i palepi 'onahoactaad is ash —id •aergi loassur* %  U-n.un.i ., uner mdh than KMM KLIM ,.>r. .... • a rfi. MMI'.mMing nutl. F KLIM add. P--rMit-trit M caaUd 4liMt KLIM it reeaagsMadee" ir iataat ia.q KLIM U sa4 •* th* j pact ally pachsd Ha KLIM i. eradaned under irrirteri eealrsi % KLEM^MILK xf^P' FIRST IN PttfErlErlCi THE WORLD OVfR rOBBALCO Hi.iHI w : I.*. Maaaaag.kaaasi ... -•duhavd I.I aai aw Itafl star) anal '." %  awsaa k-.kini ..it las arsnasel •) In %  aealll of say r*|aur> aa-l -in—i." ariats — H alaal aaaalav f-fc." fa. ll agW LVSTW aawaaai i. i. tad .i..i i,-f'.. i m I., hi |hl W %  -n.l J-> niu* a l I \ It III C S TU TOOTAI. ouasUMTCI: AU .—IIsU I %  inilllli I In lln aaHafcnlsa Ja—M iiiillifilia atsM aVMak • %  ., a Uw nMIrial luotaj will (*! %  !•<• it u* refaad lbs bra* aod p*v Ihe %  nasskasrw ;



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SI Ml W MARCH 2. 15; SUNDAY ADVOCATI PAGE NIN* / Saw Naples A Gun, A Girl And • A revolver 1...1 hilled H..ir. 1 IIH He iinj In sewer brnratu \innu a* Uiese ml ye*l know Mho uir t, livrv and I can rrrmtnl all uf Utetn. Hew 4* 1 knew Bectus* m> IUIW to lt*rr> Umr. riiEItE wii once an rxuuisiu?, huge amerald locket which *penl nias'. of Its time looking out ut the world from the rather flesh v neck of Mrs. Donaldson as aha waddled like a golden duck aero** the international social hurlioo. 1 had rather a strong desire to change the habitat of this locket from her cool neck to my itching palm That was In Naples, In 1W7. My plan was complete to the U-t detail. But first 1 had to got rid of Rubio. Rubio w.i6 a Spaniard, around 35 years of age. lie was goodlooking in a nauseous kind of way and bit voice was soft. But hid picked up his English from reading books, not speaking It. Whui went Id m him In his swagger hotel apartment, he didn't look hingr. Ha s..id %  Ynu kept me impatient for an hour. Mr. Lime." I said: "I'm sorry, Senor Rubio. I Just flew in from London. Forgot to move my watch ahead." He smiled sceptically. "It i* my knowledge that you have been in Naples for three days now. But it does not matter. I am a man with a skill for waiting." I said. "I'm going t be very brief. 1 won't waste any more of your time." "Basno! Hut first 1 must tell you that 1 have made all the arrangement* to dispose of the Donaldson emerald—a* soon as we—ah—possess it. of course." I looked at him remorsefully. "There's a small item of which I forgot to inform you. Senor Rubio. I have decided to' Include you out." "I do not think I understand." 'To be brief and simple—I have derided to dissolve our partnership." "You—you are disposing St me"" the pretext of going through Lex baggage A 5.000-llra note did the trick. Mis. DoaaJdaon Mgb-pKriv i-d outraged Mafia guided ..And Lived! Shots In The Wght ta> vfce*l ..N.I li rlm*d it.at.h n *** r ,n j*w too* ftt.ooo.uou bag aw llblC .SI 1. hftyish. vOuble. gullible and .somewhat foolish. Her fat cheeks were quivering with rage as aba bawled the Customs man out. Beside bar. looking helpless, stood a slim and lovely girl. After a second or two I pushed between the grinning spectators. "What teems to be the trouble?" I asked. As if I didn't know. I spoke sharply in Italian to the Customs man, while thv looked on admiringly. He bowed with great respect. want to buy tor your sister*" Some nice Jewellery Mi Donaldson was wearing .some thing pretty. Something life that." Just She laughed. You don't *ww softly 1 praasec at neck. TI*NV irartlun. I lUicfcK unh the lockat jenth It was done sjulcklv. And now I was ready \o make p j ilent departure. j.-a ,t~ *•*• ,h— ' f *,,d ">""u that lf^?- frote me Fwai.-ps. And the> "ft t$% W.I. Hopes here was no l Of British Budget *> Iresa page I %  f th.' si.u.-i. 1 lunwd 1 M !' '*• •** '"-'"•l >'' % %  orner and ran into ana of -r spending, if Empi.. U Roman baths I made for Io be encouraged m HriUn, I know what 1 like' Hut most "" -"' < ^" pa "7 IJLl'L'fil 1 One •>! the rooms. rapivtinsit "eeim apparent the West |nd. AWM. urnMd -it cci .bout 1K> •'.. ...... ndaC Mr.." 11 ." '."• " 30.000 dollars. Thai's a real DonBl.i.v tmrrald she hw Bel in th. lurt bc.utiful TlMf ply"l *£ tockM ,U h Hid "iml" Did I sound urpn<*d" I ld I t "P. N— I haw %  • •"•'w „'|, %  Shimult b craiy trawlllni O'rful loci Ho. uuld you all .. |U| .. roun.l %  rttk lh.l n.*i,., on hor "k • < %  %  ?"" iIW<<<. ,,. llTO „„, ,„,, „„ %  t ^H-i •"" t£-" "S^JPSS : !" • %  "• %  ~*i she nodded. "It not exactly •se-but she's very sentimental bout It Her husband gave it to er )ust before he died She Mta tn wo' it everv dav of her SII (I ll' II1 9 mm 1 1| HI tfirirc HfjMill full thrill." MiDonaldson el 1 sped her nudgy hands "I'd adore to go K fasclnn'tng plire %  Ad IK-III to sign the ,-hivk. When I look.-.! up, Rubio was iMiwhtg and smiling at the lad! In. 1 ever, the position Is not so clei ran back, but it was too lak* My cut The present rate of di huraoei was standing at the levied on rum imports into B h a flashlight in one tain la flu 11s 3d per proof g gun in trie other It ion and whlla this continues, eo s umption pf rum must conlii %  .* J m f* Xm at a low level. In iplte of "'" vigorotM nimnalna aagssjai a mm. m eonducted ihrxiughoul Britain .rod and the bullet urarerf my w „ t |ndlan run f rompMWf( \ •umptlon remains dlstreasin I W, fell on the marble floor. He 1,,w .waa wiry and verv strong In Britain'* rum mvporta In t>a few seconds it was clear that twelve n-onth* eoiimg Sept.-m Id far better shape than SO. I9M. totalled 8.300.000 gallr I'hen he ihtl me a very maintaining the MiUafuctory k udc t>li)\ on the head *ilh the of imports and even exceeI I ..v. uo Ike Oifcl. I Ihr ,.r.-. ions ..Mr'ii ngure II ,' n'J'Tr" v "" i" iker. IMnklm yXS Uw tKrw lot wtarla ll • %  "• '" %  l'<-'W .,I.M ..rek.„. ni you would fl MM "'„„„„ ^„„,. r ,„. llK h ,., In_ a IxilIIe of L-i-rtrmi Tnimt lMli An<| M „ w ,, were Mnl) voice me in a nuuie 01 i^rrrmii Tnimt ,,;„. An<1 „„ w t hlnll „ uuu Ckryu. , ^ dio-e o, ?; ,, ^^ ^ ^^ "'Some other time" I snapp "We'ie i "The caused me all this trouble" raised hif hand to shoot. m RTELI^ ud rudely We were talkurn were withdrawn from t 1 tor ronsumptlon. As a reai Suddenly the Old baths echoed ** %  "> > n * bonded warenoi. th arK,u.* and genernl hui>bub. !,T ""' e d of "e year totalU The voice of a guard eame H.WO.OOO gallons Obviously. Nice Io meet you. Mr Rubin. .,., nr lT ltli ^ignor, ini|K>rter. Onnnol rOHtlmW Io bu .1 IIIUKI-IIVIIII*' .1.11.1 1(1 XL' U .. l.lli.U _.._ .f 11 ... -. ..I louUy dlBerenl Al „i 0 „.i-i„,' I itlnorril llubitt's fiC ..NDVfFORi EVERY HOME i)-i ESTA.I.f "".CORDON BLEU *GIHIS7'SINSFEIOTSCOIT CO.. LID MIDGET0WN %  III On.' Tkere wm urmed Kuards Rubio dropped kls nun Pool STLED my. lH .rt> out^of "l^jft ^S*-^ liiiiyli tl t NODDED. "Perhap* Uiat's a ulcer wuy of saying iL" There wa s a paukC. Then Rubio said slowly: "1 do not prefer to be disposed." "Naturally not," I agreed. But sometimes we get disposed whether we like It or not." 1 picked up my hat and turned towards the door. A black automatic pistol appeared like lightning from under his armpit. He said: "If you take one more step towards the door. 1 will Are." I laughed in his face. "Don't be u complete fool. If the) found a dead man in your room they would hang you. Rubio, I'm on my way out. If you fire, the police and all the hotel dili.ln. will be here before you can leave tinBOOf Buon clorno. A ( I opened the door, he said h.irshly "There's a saying in this City. See Naples and die? 1 I shnok my head. "It only proves th;it life is very short and uncertain—for 11* all." Believe me. I am not a'profevlonal hero, but I was not at all concerned aboui Senor Rubio putting a bullet In me—not In his hotel room, j hurried to the pier where the Arcturus was %  teat tn dock Sh P wa* carrying precious freight—Mr*. Donaldson. I had already made arr.ngements for one of the Custom* officials to hold her up on lUrry I.lmr. as tr*on Welles portra>ed him in the film The Third Man." A few minutes later, loveliness WAS gracing my car. Loveliness Jn the form of the emerald locket around Mrs. Donaldson's neck. And Atmee Colins. She wa,s Mrs. Donaldson's .hired companion. She had auburn hair and .vi, to match the emerald. She was as sensitive and shy as Mrs. Donaldson was garrulous and gushing. And she liked me. Every so often I would catch her eye. Then she would hastily turn away as If she were guilty of something. After a while Mrs. Donaldson said: "If it weren't for you I don't know what would have happened. I wish we could repay you for your kindness." I said: "Well. I think perhaps you can. I've got to buy my sister a gift. I don't know too much about Jewcllery--"o I wonder if either of you could come along and help me shop." "Of course we can she (rushed "Aimse doe* most of my shopping for me. I'm sure she would be delighted to help you You go ahead. Just drop me at the hotel." "Oood. That's n relief Now I'd like both of vou to be my guests at dinner to-night" (all in*lluri-T. I K.I ill WE deposited fat Mrs Donaldson 111 ner loom, and than Annee und I went shopping. I took, her along to Corso Vittorio Emanuele. one of Naples' batter thoroughfares. She said: "What are you looking for, Mr. Lime?" "Please call me Harry." "All right." May I call you Almee?" "If you wish . What do you lug Aui*r.can< language." Ignoring it, he .said: "1—I ni trying to reach Via Salvator Rosa. Could you inform me how U) en mere.'" "Sure. Turn right at the next t|w „,,„,„„,. lciiving comer and go straight for three ^ndiruj there and bn aquarea." hreats. Rubio still hung around, makMr, Donaldson exclaimed jng conversation. When we final'What an odd man!" And Aimee Mrs Donalds-m was almost ly got rid of him. Aimee said: asked: "Are you mire you don't hysterical with admiration for "He -earned moat reluctant to know him. Harry" m v courage In chasing the wkfcad leave. He actod as if he knew B| ^^ ^ „^ But Aimee -aid nothing 'Tsald: "Wal, I didn't car. to £ p-j^jj Ru b .,,d him gghfal the indent marble floor and lauihcd. rhan 1 trgstl "n Io DMJ Mrs. Donaldsvm and Aimer. directions this lei %  %  Well. I didn't care to know him. Shall we go in now?" "Yea. <^ i Cours. . There/s ^Wi))k |hIil h „ ,,„ just one thing I'd like to ask you. Naples What do you—for a living?" 'j, wa lp „ v nan u )0 ,„ H ,,i, "Oh. I'm a dealer in abjeta to no mmmmm, extirm citv o| d'art. I wander through the pompeii, lying like a corpse .1 world collecting the bast the foot of Its killer. Versus 1 things'." We entered through the garnet "It soundj very interesting." of an ancient home. The rm "It Is. Often quite exciting, shone down, hard and white. N T S kTjW, pu, %  u *a--5SBfflft& 3.500 lire. On the way back to "re more lizards in Pompeii th blamed myself for taking them to pompru and lnt> dssgsjgff Hut Mi Ihninldson cried: "That terrible man would hava Iried to -natrh the lorket wlierev.i I KnM I'm going to give vou a gift. A hundred* pound note. You must take it Indian rum if it is IMrelj to lie idle in warehouses. tyir.K j wrttl other up huge sunw of capital, the doorway. The position is. theretoie. that these U.900.000 gallouof waiehoused rum have to bo disputed of Tiu* cannot be done unless cotisuinplion increases considerably; and this will not take place unless the duty and thus th< %  nag iown Whatever Mr. Buller'4 decision on rum duties, it seems plain that ftiitain's rum Importers are considerably overstocked and mu't shortly redtkN the) rate of In until some of these stock have been worked off. I in %orr.. -iiii! limi'iThe unsatisfactory income t 1 position aJTacting Investment the Colonies is more Ufa a favourabto sotutkm in Mr. Bu In's Buagastj for many Consei i tive ipokesman have deploretl "If ft *"uation undrr which sacrm-1 IIII made by Colonial ten 1 torn 1 harilv '" fometimea at great cost to that 1 llarrv |, v **. accrue to the benerit BrtUln. 1 SAID gracefully Aimee's hotel, she was pensive. 1heTe y.^ TO ho people. Hut means so muota to you. I took her by the hand. She did i nPV Te harmless. *''''' '• ' mv favourite 1 not object, nor did aho react to u>e wnlkesl slowly towards the fihe wasn't to know thafi the touch. She let me hold her Forum, past the ancient mansion* Mine, h^nd. nothing more I suspected „f rich Romaiv*. with signs still We got hack to the car and institiite nl Tas.tioi, 1 Senor Rubio had made too strong visible on .e walls, ordering dr-vc to her hotel. She went up !" h l "l 1 !" ^ ndntion 10 \l mpreaMon. It was essenU.I "Stick No Bllls"-in Latin. 3 **, jj-ylh, ^-k~ ^ S^JTSSlSS%S S P**: .. •___..._a ..... li i—... I..II... TK— t M M< excess profits tax should be H m.in. : Ami ,' ui-i.Aimee For a while we stood Butler. We subntt ^> Suddenlv. Mrs. Donaldson sa.d sll-ntly together The,, I said excess profit* lax I -It's all beginning to make mo "I'm sorry nb-wt this evening, stneted to profits f 1M .) ftnt" !'' %  mc ** ''*" lunrh lo-morrow." tluiu.l Kingdom a that bothered me. not Rubio. was beginning to be extraor•" '"i" 1 d'narlly fond of her. and that was j BaKPd -ohatously: "Don't you N *o. Harry" bad. I make It a point not to be ^j we ii- Why 1 fond of anyone In this world. •] feel fliM>—Just sleepy. I '** never saw the fresroc*. I don't kn worrlod Sho aid: I ihink wo tuul boiler go back." "We will," I %  o o I n • d her. But nnrt we'll lei Mr.. Douald.1 111.war anmnd I .„,,„ „ t >u „„,„„ %  ,H-kIa.f'm ,. .Ii-ne %  .!....• cniii|*ii...s managed -n.l I irlnkat" I shiruld hove th.-jght '''< '" "* U"> Kingdi •f that. therefore themselves llahli' l rxcess profit tax. As 1 walked back t.. my hotel thought abOMt Vaffalrr emerald. It has long been a complaint nl catch a few minutes' rest. :i had cost me about 100 dollars British investors In Colonial terrta marble bench In the 10 bribe the customs official^ and toiies that the "tax holiday" a< of the Can de Cenale. . buy the champagne and the fllirangements instituted in UM %  When bathing your dog . 'Tetmosol 9 Soap . ton THESE REASONS — Tctinosol' Soap Lontains %  Tctmosol', a safe yet potent medicament which quickly kills fleas, lice ami other skin pests. The Soap is of the highest quality, pleasantly perfumed, and agreeable to use. It is non-irritant and non-in)urious to both man and domestic animals. Tctmosol' Soap also encourages the growth of healthy, glossy coat. 'TETM0S0L SOAP It miLAUE IN 1 02. TAIlETS A pn>diKt ol Imperial (. henuVal (t'harmsceuikalsi ^mm^ I .m.lrJ /|C| A. S. Brydcn & Soni (Barbados! 1 id Agent. I lifted my glass "A toast to Here we are. Now yu sit down, gree pin. The reward left me territories have little value na, May we always be as happy Mrs. Donaldson, and rest vogV ith I profll %  •' iTOodd dollar. .. ,. iins 0 f attracting Oftpttal whil as we are now." shoulder against mine." plus a bump on my head and a n,,i„in still levies Income tax A Mrs. Donaldson giggled. "A ,..] in my suit. I had lost th y,. ft.ii „„. Th i fl wai anv >ng ih toast to you. Mr. lame. You She murmured *.v/>',y// FOR COMFORT RIDE A HOPPER BICYCLE BARNES BUILDING PHONK: 3J5 THE BARBADOS FOUNDRY LTD. Whitepark Road '-'.*>',---y'-*^,-.*--,'.



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PACE IIGBT SUNDAY ADVOCATE SI HDAY, W.ltCM t l52 |}\Kfi\IK)S^Al)\lMll, t T--— — f-___ -.} Sunday. Match 2. 1*52 WELFARE THIS month Barbados will be the meeting place of Welfare Officer* from all parts of the British Caribbean, when a conference will be held under the chairmanship of Mr. Chinn Adviser on Welfare 1o the Secretary of State for the Colonies. Welfare u. a subject upon which West Indians have mixed ideas. Most people will honestly admit that they know very little about welfare and are not particularly enthusiastic about finding out. Here in Barbados. Welfare as a department of i men i is in its infancy and Barbados lags behind other West Indian islands in appreciating what are the advantages to be derived from an active and efficient welfare organisation. The need for welfare is so apparent that the word remains inscribed in the title of that Development and Welfare Organisation, the activities of which are almost i\ responsible for the large stride-which have been taken during the LesJ decade by tin* West Indies in social, economic and political progress. There was criticism at lirst that the organisation was behaving too much like a fairy godmother doling out largesse and welfare grants indiscriminately and failing to stress the fact that true welfare could only result from economic development in which the peoples of the area themselves played a great part. If Welfare has suffered because of this over-priming of the development pump— and it would be foolish to say that it has not suffered in Barbados—to-day there is no less a danger of our forgetting thnt the whole purpose of development is the production of welfare" Emphasis on development in recent years although originatini; from the laudable intention to persuade people that material improvement depended primarily on individual efforts has given rise to a new fallacy that all that matters is economic development, and that whore there is economic development, welfare will automatically take care of itself. This pre-occupation with development is itself a sign of failure of the peoples ot tbf area to understand what welfare is, what it hopes to achieve and what it has already achieved in the British Caribbean. Welfare is essentially the application of a social science which specialises in the organisation and assistance of admirable social principles such as self-help and a readiness to take responsibility and to serve others. Welfare teaches that the standard of living is not material (as is believed by perhaps ninety-nine per cent, of the people living in the British Caribbean) but is some thing in people's minds. It maintains that there is no advantage in giving people money if they have no idea of spending it on the things that last, such as good homes: good equipment in field and kitchen: books and education. Those who regard welfare as something opposed to or extraneous to economic development display only the shallowness of their thinking. There is no antagonism between the two. But since the ultimate aim of prosperity is a good life for human beings, Welfare as a social science is designed to give them the concept of a good life. Mr. McGillivray, late Colonial Secretary of Jamaica not long ago told the staff of a 3-F movement—Food for Family Fitness— that their work was as important a contribution to development as the erection of factories. This tribute is rooted in the fundamental economic precept that the true wealth of a country is its people. People who eat correctly in proper homes become more self-reliant, punctual, dutiful and co-operative. These are qualities much sought after in labour forces throughout the world today and they are necessary to the healthy and productive economy of Barbados Besides the successes achieved over 12 years by Jamaica Welfare Ltd., (now known as the Social Welfare Commission) with a "Better Villages" campaign, Welfare has helped governments to think socially in many ways. Its work in prisons where farms and agricultural schemes have been inaugurated and with probation is perhaps best known, and Welfare has begun to persuade authorities to board out deprived children in carefully chosen family homes instead of consigning them expensively and often unhappily to institutions. In many places it has greatly improved the administration of Poor Relief by making it so far as possible a family care-work and rehabilitation service father than a mere payment of doles. It has done much for youth either directly or through helping voluntary bodies. Welfare although in some respects its **"* in this region resembles the activities * th* Mum,, office and although it is a departmenv lf Government is considered as a bridge bevw^n government and the people. In Jamaica the Welfare Commis,!ic depai tmer.ts of cduciTion, agriculture and health work together to produce bettej nutrition and better villasjH These are by no means a list of all the :iehie\ements of welfare in the British Caribbean irum the time that welfare has been recognised as an agency fur assisting the good life But enough instances have been quoted to show that without a welfare department many o' the social improvements that are visible in the region would not have been made. The necessity for welfare is increasingly being recognised by more and more people as its activities become known and understood/ But.Us utility cannot be measured in terms of dollars or cents. Nor are Its services always invited. In small communities like Barbados where there exist so many other voluntary social services with years of tradition and experience and where the rugged individualism of every Barbadian makes the taking of advice more difficult than the swallowing of castor oil by a naughty child the work of a welfare depaitment will inevitably be obstructed by obstacles. But Barbados no less than Jamaica needs a welfare department and government dep.otioenis. local government and the pub1 irought to be benefit ting from advice and assistance on welfare, which ought to be fi %  %  !% available from the Social Welfare Office. That this advice and assistance \a not %  ought hy all who should seek it is evident from the intermittent criticisms which are made in public and in private about welfare. The advantages of welfare are so obvious that failure to utilize its services because of a misunderstanding of its lunction is more than regrettable. PAPER SERVIETTES in Pastel Shades HUr. |..r IOO. ADVOCATE STATIONERY This Thing Called Gat. The word Gatl when spoki makes in ugly brutal noise and U is no. surprising that in the lan%  USSNI "' Hollywood It means a B* OKOf'.E HUNTF. Aitule XVII! of the Gene ff .JJJSJ .„o un r K r S5T5S? ZSSX&Si tT" %  S\^L ,mp nal P" f term By bava tq impose pre. sun. ence. Unfortunau-ly ,t is equally tMtlVC measure* which would In international trade circlet DO vxaSMrauon io point out that be contrary to other articles however ihea.i-.ur initial letters ,f the I'nlted Kingdom abolished u M greement in order to build .?. %  -^T^H. StaT*? 1 imper,al P'""""<* before it. u p their own economies." "Zl* %  m d ,n present trading position Is balif Great Britain was forced g r 1* m 1 " n ced> both 0* United States and .lotify the organisation for Eu wealth counpoan Economic Co-operation October 1M7. This the greatest piactical Ph. 1171 C. S. PITCHER & CO. t*P the British Co M.IIH I I II III THE aim for the future development of agriculture everywhere in the West Indies should be a steady transition to mixed farming, according to the authors of the West India Royal Commission Report (Cmd. 6607). This mixed farming involves permanent as opposed to shifting cultivation and the .tries which arc in the British 1947 of that country*. nScest.— prefer, itial system would suffer, to "embark upon a system of blThe United Stales apparently is lateral agreements in order to aware of this paradox but there secure the continuance of M can be no mi*r ike about Its ullilarge a volume of inteniation.il mate objective* trade as possible', how much How are the British territories <[>* "-ore likely will the depend.-it in the driblet, affected by these BrlUsh Caribbean territories be ttorti at trade orBble ' **C"P* from the provi*I have they bene%  > %  f an agreement which was specifically introduced to assist th effective demand, to production, consumption change ol goods, and lhu_ tribute to a balanced and exU: panding world economy." taken towards the formation an International Trade Organisation which was outlined in the Havana Chatter or IMS. Failure to ratify the Havana Chartei was ine-'iUble in view of the on (instances which existed at the tim %  and which continue to exist. But its failure ha. been a great -t back for lho force, which ere international active to promote unity end unKsnisation a derstandlng between the peop'ec f,iler or urTc.i\i from the „.^ of the world renfemenls made at Geneva? freeing of trade between Inde-SJ Charter was intended -to In recent m .nth. some expo"SSS^Sit har^dvant..*, assure a large and .tcadlly glownerrts of a Weal Indian Customs r ,!2tnn\i &5£ ? Z Z ?i."TV mg volume of real incom? and Un.on have b,. „ using the allefSiJ 0 ^. R" ,T h "r' H £2" ...•, thud disadvant. n f RSTT t.. >rrn ,ne ** r isn Caribbean tcmas a solut.on to all post-war *ijh the article of ( GATT. ments: and the interest which thproblems. The American loan to "ut it is not at all easy to §ee United Nations display with J complementary use of stock and crops, and the United Kingdom of £988.*"> advantages would be gained ( ard to dependent territories of 'UOO.OOQ was made subject to cerfrom this suggested Improvement metropolitan powers makev H :.!tain conditions expressed in the m status, in view of the British moil impossible for anyone to inHrelton Woods Trade Agreement West Indies' special dependence voke GATT In such a way that i( and the United Stale* is Mill puron the United Kingdom. would cauw real hardship to the suing a policy which is designed There is everywhere In the British West Indies. There mii'li' to promote multilateral trade and British Caribbean today a retur. of course be reluctance on the p irt to abolish imperial Preference tance to face issues squarely. And ' tr, e United Kingdom or of ;hr and other restrictions on Freethe sub)ect of Customs Union i. British territories to seek such redom of trade. in danger of hemr considered a <,r M Dul neither the United substitute for ooHiifil f<.•-..'(..,. States nor Canada would want lo The Ideals ot multilateral trade wlSilui fill £.11? at international conierenc are ^ m8 !" B w uld ""-vitably 1shuuld result in much higher productivity Of the land. The Development and Welfare Organisation which came into being directly as a result of that report has always placed agriculture at the top of its list of priorities and Barbados has benefltted considerably as a result. Among these benefits was the establishment of six agricultural stations where experiments in mixed farming in presently being conducted be accused of unfriendly or discriminating action against depen ent territories In the Caribbean The agricultural stations vary in size and experiments now being conducted will give accurate information about various sizes of peasant allotments and will prove Europe today are what sizes are economic, if any. While this information is being compiled the stations are acting as advertisements for better agricultural methods and the services of first class livestock are gradually improving the strains of local cattle. All this is excellent and the news that the taxpayers of Barbados have been asked to foot the bill for these stations in the new estimates for 1952-53 will be received with equanimity in an Island where the primacy of agriculture is acknowledged and unchallenged by the majority of people. It would however be letting slip an opportunity—and no opportunity must be let slip—if the government of Barbados were not reminded that financial assistance for these stations until they can pay for themselves is not enough. _, attractive that they meet with HEWJ"*! r !" Km ib y ' " would certainly be unwis. ready acceptance from members """* Kingdom with regard to the British Caribbean ten-it of the United Nations. Yet the *' P-" v ""' Of uuarnntcod marto disdain GATT and the ber i-oui.tu, who uay liu service to *"''•'' r r "t^h Caribbean pro• be derived from a freetn.. these ideal, have found it .mpos•"'•£ *wW trade But the British Car. sible to put them in practice and Tb* Brliwh Caribbean terrlto. bbean is too dependent on U so far multilateralism has not "* %  *'u ds lhat w u ^ !" ve J 1 icerned P'-M'W the interests of the Uni^ l^ an a p! resulting fro u *#c0t^xZ' tiff made Irunt >IOV The Caovernment of Barbados has shown a strange reluctance to understand what are the impediments to a successful agrieultural policy for this island. They realise now. when it is too late, what a loss was sustained when for cheeseparing and narrow financial reasons they permitted the Deputy Director of Agriculture to leave an island where he had done such valuable work. They have shown no great alacrity to attract a successor. That is failure number one. Despite increasing complaints from "peasant" agriculturalists, despite the evidence of figures compiled on these same agricultural stations, the government of Barbados continues unintelligently and to the detriment of local agriculturalists to conlrtil meat at prices which must discourage cattle raisers from improving the "f their livestock. That is failure number two. Kqually depressing is the invitation addressed to all Barbadians to grow more food when every grower of food knows that even on government-owned agricultural stations at certain periods of the year locally grown vegetables and ground provisions have to be destroyed, because of inadequate marketing arrangements. There is no need to go further than failure number three to realise how slowly the government of Barbados takes action to set right what is glaringly wrong with its agricultural policy. Great Britain provided an example of the obstacles which imj pede progress to multilateralism ot GATT asia ^^s^ f n m ^^ l r^!zii2& convcrTbiT ' "* **"" T^^t^^^ Explaining IU failure in a mem^J Australia ."ten reted^ATT t ^S^SS^S^-m n orandum (Cmd. 7572) th,British 5 unnedlment^^ Thp RcB i ona n. Econ mlc Co ^government said that "the .mpos"wei IrS u UmiUtion. with ^'ee which will, itis hoped ,.^ vertibil.ty of sterling which was measure, in f.%-our of local Induslng wlth things like GATT. Befo., attempted In 194, made .1 nece.trie, like oils and faU: GATT3 plunging into a Customs Union aery to embark upon a synem of # cramping cITecl on latin* changes British West Indian goven.me.itbilateral agreement, in order to^and preferenli.il margins: and might like to satisfy themselves secure the continuance of a. large losses which the West Indies have that Customs Union will bring nda volume of international trade experienced because of reductions vantage, not obtainable thmi;i>h as possible." The United States of preference in Canada for nun lnc Committee meanwhile continues to cham. are also cited. Not ill the British territories Ml pion multilateralism and at the But the disadvantages which see the advantages to be gained Torquay conference a full scale are experienced under GATT do from Customs Union a. clearly as %  Hack was launched against Imnot appear Irremovable eren British Guiana which basdeekted penal preference. It w*uld In fact within the present arrangement against poliUc.il federation but be no exaggeration to sav that by which the United Kingdom which hope, to earn anothci the United States will only conrepresent* the llntish Caribbean $3,000,000 annually as a result of slder any great reduction of her at international trade meeting* Customs Union People who KNOW —always ask for HARTLEYS jam the grcoUit name in jam-making W.I. Hopes Of British lluuVi By BfTF 1IF.WFK LONDON When Mr. R. A. Butler, Britain'* Chancellor of the Exchequer. |&. troduce. his Budget on March *. his propoaals will be aru.iou.lv Producers' Oru.inlsatlon. repregin to enter the United Kmgd. m senUng primary producers in the In April next, it is a matter -( Commonwealth. urgency that •ome action hou..l Thl memorandum to Mr. Butbe taken to prevent a further letHe Is entirely concerned with the back to thp Jamaica cigar indu-serlous effects which existing high try." U.K. rates of duty are having on "A subatanUal reduction in th-* ..wailed not only in Britain but wines, spirit, and cigars from the duty on cigar, which would place i throughout the Colonies and the Empire, including rum arid cigars Uiem within the reach of people Donunion. as well. from the We* Indies. with moderate incomes WOUKI I For the measures he will praThe Organisation has made seem to be the most effective wa • l>oe may have a vital Influence similar Budget appeal, every year or restoring the poution and the.*.upon the prosperity of many Kmfor the past three year., but this is good reason for thinking th i* pire producers who contribute year hopes are particularly high it could be done without % %  .>. large sums every yaar. fan the that it may have some success, preclable loas of revenue." form of duties and taxes, to Br;For one thing. Britain's GovernThis was the policy ad' tain's revenue .mant has changed since the last by Col Michael de Cordo\; ( when In tiie West Indies, for example, Budget and Mr. Butler will at lie visited London last >uuunei iH'opic who depend for the liel.least be examining the problem to make represenlaiiom ( >n boh a hood upon export* of rum ant from a new angle of the Jamaica cigar industiy cigar, to Britain will hopelullv agairurt the Anglo-Cuban agrewawait a reduction in the almo Since the last Budget, loo, the mem. He asked that, in order to prohibitive British duties levle<| Jamaica cigar Industry has spoken increase the market, duly on ,on these things that put them out out with an extremely loud and d^Br, should be reduced back u (of reach of the mas. British maran*T>voice again* the Anglou^ i3 rate of 14. 2'%d. Thu. het. Cuban Trade Agreement, which no Ml <| i would save Jamaica's In all Colonies which offer -i W 'U allow Cuban cigars into Bricigar industry from extinction, ."tax holiday" to induce the intain for the first time since before would bring cigar, within the vestment of'capital from overseas "'e war. LM wmmor, jiniiln md, of everybody In Brlta... > there will be the hope that Mr. submitted a full scheme to the and would posirtbly Increase the 1 Butler will adjust the present aysBritish Government whereby a overall revenue to the U.K. tern which make* tax payable at cut In excise duties on cigars would Treasury. the full BriUsh rate, and thus Increase net consumption in BriJJ 0 indications were glvea aj %  nullifies the sacrifice of taxe*. that lain, with the result that revenues that time of Government reaction : the Colonies thvmw!%• %  h %  %  '.""lid be higher than ever while towards this proposal. But CoL de made. the Jamaican market was allowed Cordova's full statement is stilt During the few week, before to expand. in the hands of the Treasury an.l Budget Day. Mr. Butler will have The British Empire Producers wi|j no doubt be taken Into full lecelved scores of n'praeentaUons OrganlsaU.n refer, to the Angloconsideration in the preparation of from various organisations aakdng Cuban agreement In Its memoranthe coming Budget. for cuts in manv taxe and duties dum to Mr. Butler end declares: One ray of hope Is seen In Mr. ,On* such appeal has already been "As import, of Cuban cigars on Butler*, recent announcement that, presented by the British Empire an important scale will again be# OD page t Acu)t£ to ay It it I ilt Sit M m Straight or Itlfinli'il m i Intptnnliii'ss ail tht* s/iiii''



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PACE TEN SUNDAY ADVOCATE -i NDAI MARIII 2. i* BARATIA GETS A HIGHWAY Hy IAN GA1JE A BKU.Miri! MN If s.timirl Vlu„i (Winijate 11 6). This.1*an"t!wr novel .ib-.ui TrlnltUd, but unlika Ednar Murr.inc in the OflsCa it does not deal with the coftplicationa of middle clan Ufa in Port-of-Spain, but centres around the life i f peasants of many races living In an outlying village. %  • . "In -' Students Find It Harder To Get Jobs THIS is the month when pruyear * for a mat. who .got i dent students of London Unlversecond In sclrnee. Hr had & the final year call on Ihe previoi.* rxpertenorin business I'mversiiy** Appointment* Board but had M rvad through the wai to discus* ihair proapecu of getHi* starting salary was JE800 1I..K John after they have taken (heir examination* in the sumOne Month For Stabbing Ihirlniur Yi'ir* "Lady Patricia" (In i)rv l). k lTttiiien Nrore nwi What Tiger tad an .11 fc ibout hU age. inj then ~*htprod • San Juan. '.irmers. %  ran or ahop keepers. th— %  %  -Mfi.T i Women, untroubled by N .tion.l n-v own lalkUig to the board* ..,. b #0 v m*d the pattern of secretaryMr. H. R. Walters, an I recruitment for men" start deputy secretary Mis* M t ., m gor and will receive £100— Bobertaoo. They both say the nsoasarulc Those who teach for graduate* is huiJ,„ %  v service will cning. %  -.n.ly icceive more. There ia usually a slump IB Tl* vi. w of Industry and busl•uneJ'ig la brj t10 JJ v i^uiu ,• .revelant in th ..rrrvfi here ap Monday fiom Si island and I have to make an Vincent i, now in the dockaaaaapaf of >""• Thai easBB .:iu-l Foundry WM lommitted in the middle of UndtgdL It b understood that lb* U,*n -nd tn the middle of the theopportunity Is being, taken <•* day." Hit Worship Mr C irapaaafiag and doing Walwyn. Acting Police Magistrate p-lm to her • >f ptstiut "A told 27-year-old I whei l'n.nne Hinluon of RichAtoo undergoing repair* % %  to* nujul flap St Mid vewrrl*y Schooner CaUed PUurtm. She what, he sentenced her to on,arrtvert hen Bram St Lucia moath's unpriwnment with hard ^Olh retoruuiy with U-k in her :..liour for wounding Helena Oil**<•"> *"<* co ?*T' i^L.^ a ^ ten. on her left shoulder with a ".wed into the harbour^ She n pleaded guilty ,o the *2&J*S? , % It ST^ United rx.jnr 11 be accepting cargo during ned to uaain of hatae. bo: appealed agam*t Mr K'Sf'.J"' ^ %  m !" „ im .„ —^ ~%  S^^h^2^uJ?5SS ITS wmba r%  tha time of a Gene| UM value of a univer%  "" %  '" !,, 'J^ 0 "" ,h ? 1 bout 12 the gajalL Big nrnu have for P-m. !" "-p' . kn ** .*!;*" u.jnd a* a rule pick* up aa;.i. a Urw time et a store upon the ;*n M %  " and want to W r„ r the past thu* day* there U ha* not d*ne Hhgraa implle* Not f-ndit fay. Whilo thera both „ ua ^.^ t ((^.t .or „ f busines This haidening procass made all smaller Arm* yet realise h<*. a an argument and on u, c lower side of the outei Itself felt flitt upon the market much of the heat materials prothe defendant pulled a knlle basin of the careenage. has now aueed in the schools is going on 'need The raaaontfoi ItuaineM flniui 1 pnlightrnwi nd industrial enterpitte. have *• bo"W ." *W M i rtaodi I it are twofold and uaauauiu anwrpiues nave % %  -' !" %  %  •—• — ~ —• "* %  .on-pl*. .K._UH ot m-U.. r*,. ^ ->'; ;'-; .'e jr. BJ .n v, M *\M -I l.\(IN irtlme ttaff shortage*., and uw lumber of studen's at universities today 1* much larger than it was before the war (at London It is me than double; the 1939-411 flgure-n.OOO. in It51-S2 23.000, improvement since 'he w:ir Tha :--.. .* a cei .-nluable Instruct Th. amount %  iiithor tell, the story Decision On Stabbing Confirmed defendant pulled a knife ba9 | n f nV careenage. Man> Hay and made several lighten lined the wharf anc stab* >>' %  tier with It. One of the WPr e being laden with cargo foi tughi" her on th* left the S.S Troft.-r. .'houli'iT and on* of her lingers Included among her cargo an aU>o rut. leOO ba*t< of lUgar. 500 bag* of "Murder" ^ned „^" 2 (,n l.lai,. CvnsWble Thcophius •V'J'P* II,*kr laid that on February ^^^ ; tout 12.12 p.m. he was on Swan S'.raat When he heard shout* of under" On ruing to the bolMR. FISHERMAN WE HAM. GALV. WIRE NETTING in r mi i Hat at prices which cannot be beaten. .V. It. now ELL Bay Street. Lumber & Hardware DIAL 33M i>aaa*aaoa*>aaaaaaaaaa>aa in Th. It Takes Longer 1 WE see from two to thrae thousand people a year," said Mr. -'' Walter*, "about a third of them dree boys who spend tneir first art, student*. The average comKtavtag school in search j^tpnt person coming to *ee u* In f u >ounialiitic career. One gets February would in the patl. have nil job lii fleet Street, probably been fixed up with a )ob %  i Kndi his time hoping that by September. With the harden6 rjr a reporter will be lick ing of the market the interval Mil gat,a chance to show between their fatitaf *e 'uniV( ., r o|(| hawker Un dlne Hink%  ,omplalna"nt came up to her of Richmond Gap. St. Michael l drum* of Mies 200 drum., "f .uciium-pan mutate**. The .ill be leaving tor London today. .JL'T AI*o unloading her cargo from il.frndant and complainant nghllhv i; m ,cd Kingdom ha* been the ii g. Trie defendant was making s5 philosopher Both the Phil several attempt* to *tab the com0(0 n)ier and the Crofter are conplainant and eventuaUy the comc lt[ ned to Messro. Da Costa *> Co.. o/ nlainuit wt cut on her left i_ui # *houlder. He held the defendant UBQ ..f Swan Sticct he the AasnUnt C Appeal Their Honour* Mr M. <\. wiuu %  %  %  • %  = !" • %  • ——~— #,-, the V,ughan and Mr. A. J H. Hanand .mother woman managed to sta.tecl to ab UBB bar. atfMr Jf$ s.he)l v.-t.n-.ia. connnnad the t-ke away the knife. argument the .-omplamam *g* at Hit Worship Mr. C Asked by Mr. Walwyn what .he her In the face and while Ui l. Walwyn who sentenced 27had to say, Hlnkaon said that the were nghtinn %  he can do. Another tl i *h" races in I toge'her if they forget their th it they ore all T But then Id build a i i of life tn token Tiger-and their gardciftand i clancing, and finding it tedlou: novel the BU ifter .. time decides to beeome :rnrr inttead.. The third I a well i*>iit tt the right way and Join: venuty and our being place them Is likely to -.llced ind the complainant was cut. that ba tail • specli Chur %  liaed field* of medicine, t one month's imprisonment | ith hard labour for wounding ; L !" Helen an her left hiulder with a knife. ,in-r. planning KraduaUy lo work direct* the Inquiries of many Otteeni appealed against Mr. in way up and then try for a job hundred student* to proteaa*onai Walwyn_t decision and wa* also • London dady itrgamaationa which have thetr „rdered^ti pay the coat of appeal own equivalent to an appointwhich amounted to 10/4. Gitteru i rce boy* started believing inenU board. said that on February 20 about r gardcnwaiid the glamorous Hollywood ver"Wa aea people from the cradle )2 | 2 p.m. the wa* on Swen mi. American? to *ion of a newspapennan'* life, to to the grove." said Mr Walters, strct and went up (o the tray of h-lp bull out only loo that there Is l" r a, friendly man. himself a the defendant. While there an very little glameur and a lot of B-Sc. ol London, and holder of iir i(ument anise and the defend-ud a#> hard work involved 'he Military Croaa. "Many ant t^k up a knife from her tray contented. It.had learned to read parent* bring boy* and girls to .,„<( ,. ul her on the left shoulder, and he could not mak* up his I strongly recoouneud thu book aee ua before they have entered inland Constable Theophilua mind about what he would do toany school boy* and school the university." At the other end Holder arrested %he defendnnt. when the Americana left -What furlg who are conteenplatinR going "f the scale, a man of 74 recently Sl ,, Murrell prosecuted for the wax he smti; lo w i-r lasid tu. bland." IW Ml.WIIANT SCUOONKRS by id..i i .n.i,i, MI (parclval Mart*i*U 3* > rhls book Will be those whu make %  H u u% laava tum Utu:rr :• Tt %  %  %  ia n gajtee others, hut there gt no Mi .t (In. 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SUNDAY. MABC1I 2, 1*52 SUNDAY ADVOCATF PACE ELEVEN Oil Paintings of J. M. W. Turner Th T - h 0 .01. Your Horoscope A supreme Colourist (B> CH MILKS CLARKE) Flfxtui of llw %  .-' I %  lul I* J M W Turner exhibited his Jirst oil (jointing in ihe .iimu.il %  KhlbtUoil in ITS". the age of H l'> this time he r was already an accomplished waier-colcurtst and hihad bwn m ceptcd by the Academy t early at. I'M. His early tuition in the oil medium IN oaaaaara Mlhough tradition has it that he lopied at the studio uf Sir Joshua Who died in 17V2. Turnei entered the Royal Academy I Schools in 1 "89 and it a eo ms L leaseni'bUto uppo*e that he | learnt the elements of his craft I curing tins period. His Bral work* |_ are dark and almost monochro iatic and betray a lack of in In——" % %  — Hi ,. kill and confidence are Utg hi'uwuig volume %  ork during the next few i which he established a kputation as i marine painter. Ehii [ d of hi* work reached Hi full maturity In The tun rising IB a Mil (painted in 180?) where H^ outmatched Willrun van der VeMc and Aelbert Cuyp. fSX..ke many another English E inter his early work was often pan Dutch nth century %  Mali and in add i tion to marine painting, lnndscitpet and genre aubjecto were handled with in— nuiosily. The sea and everything connoctad with the sea %  fascinated Turner tin ughout his *life and provided him with endless i-oth calm and stormj. rV. Interest in li.'hcrfolk I* vivlaly : reflected in the bustling stormy, n ol Calais Tier painted .n 1B03. As early as 1800 the calm rmOlann or Kit-hard Wilson. • lath century PMrttth .i ; % %  n. .i. Turner's mythological subject AMaftaj with Ike Sibyl. This picture was the first of a long line at p.imting.N in which Greek mythology und Roman histnry i M' btM mi !' %  '>' %  NnJi leg of dazzling effect* cf light and colour. In 1802 the Trinity of Amiens opened up Europe again for a brief period to travellers from Britain: Turner hurried over to France and Switzerland by way of Calais, and visited the Louvre, where he made a number of notes on the pictures. r He was enthusiastic about Titian's use of colour and the balanced light and shnde of Nicolas Poussin; el he also admired, but he dlaukad Kubcns' system of double lighting though he thought the Flemish painter"! wchnique was brilliant. The effect of Poussin's work upon Turner is clearly noticeable in the pictures painted immediately after this visit to France. Always a first rate draughtsman. his painting becomes firmer and the pattern of light and shade more decisive. The influence of i'outsin culminates in The Goddess, of ih-i. ni choosing the Apple of tenlenUen in the Garden f the Hrspertdc* exhibited In 1806 at the British Institution. The Influence of Titian makes itself felt in the bolder colcurs which Turner began to use in 1B03 as well as in tttff and the echo of Ruysdael can r be detected In Turner's landscapes for the next ;0 rears In 1807 there appeared a brilliant essay in the manner of Dutch 17th century genre painting • nulled Ttte Blaekssmikhs Ska?. Here we find bright touches of local colour and an accomplished treatment of light. This wu followed in 1808 by The Death of Nassau in which Turner established himself as England %  greatest historical painter. During the tlrst period of Turner's career as a painter in oils hi* earlier topographical drawings had served as models which were soon transformed into highly original compositions. As his confidence increased the range of his work became wider and his technique expanded rapidly. By 1808 his niaroacuro. which was lather like that of Rembrandt, became charged with an auii.wphere that was bright and luminous even in the shadows, and the whole key of his colour .ightcned appreciably. The earlier works such as Calais PKT wer possessed of a Byromc fury which gave way during the next four years to quiet n e ss and meditation In spite of much ill-considered criticism a number ol Influential patrons and critics supported him. during the second half of his life wealthy manufacturers began to buy his painimgs. Throughout hi* life Turner enjoyed loyal suppoit from the majority of his fellow Academicians, especially the younger men, and on at least one occasion the Academy was severely criticised for Its modernist tendencies in countenancing his work. Turner did not, however, rely solely upon the annual exhibitions at the Royal Academy to sell his paintiflgs. In 1808 Inbuilt hut own galkry In tjuears held annual exhibitions of his work. After these exhibitions were discontinued he kept a number of his pictures on permanent show; some of them were sold, but several others which he called Ins "darlings" he refused to part with and they were eventually bequggtifcad to the nation Between 1806 and 1810 Turner painted 12 oil sketches of subjects tonnected with the River Thames and the Wey. All of them wenpainted on thin veneer boards and are among the earliest examples cf outdoor painting In oils. Swift Ukd summary in their treatment DOtM of rapidly changing effects of light and shade which foreshadow the oil ikah John Constable some years later. As early as 1708 Turner's interest in light led htm to study Claude Gellee whose work mudc him fed both excited and unhappy becau**he felt it was inimitable. The influence of Claude lasted out Turner's life, more especially in his classical and mythological subjects, but by 1814 Crossing the Broek shows him B0Bt] idiom of Claude to the English landscape both in design and In the rendering of light by ub.. %  %  So MM (r*. UM thill of Pwnail T-.tx><-. Mar* ssasl keaaas w %  i •pplyiR. HUM ibe .amous Bennett College can help your career through personal POSTAL TUITION I r nsn ran ibat wo Bit eiaasa wtia;h will u.iia!il> uads as protnsHti, if you %  in your oareer h> mmr. > II HlCM ff fMUl Ull TOM TWt> OLYMEg DKsUDIKQ FOLYPHEhtVtV—Pain tad by J (by Courtesy "' n ' Truslcci of the Vatkmal Gnller W. Turner Enoiendi Birth all .I'.ri, •rrlSWa |„ ,.,.„-„i| N.. %  %  %  i ni ttiii.ii i. %  %  %  Whea you anrot with The Urnitrii < oTegc you will be coached unnl %  >. >.l \l ir i. the College who h*iu.ih m ba) *)tc*i. of PTSSBSB Tatar training b> ; -ea lam %  at sssr aacst 1 ^*> esaras are .-harged AD buats ass few K studana. Yossr asm Twasr wall harp saaj, *,u bnog OSB tas cassa iuu a as you. Kiul there n twlaa more flsan -nu %  nagrn* You will tjualrfyl Aad rendered in pure colour T 1 "" ,lim he (xjntraatl |h> .p to Rome with the large painting 'he white ground is stained in Wfllng 'hip of the past with ih Kl.hsnond Hill on thr Trisiee I Ukg ITgaW UfluUI, in otli.-i I Di* '' W %  fepTI K '' Regent's Itirthda*. The Iniluence* Ihuily scumbled. the tug The GO) U W I f if tbe various European masters In Il)r. deriding rolypheanus l*mpid % %  • whom he had emulated were painted In 1B29 he esUUiihoa a fWaTT ll palsitgd with all cumulative and cannot be neatly cwmplctely new Iwrmorry. All is t*tcrj' which Tun.. separated one from another: light and colour, from the flanwig v ' '"* r 1 with water. throughout the remainder of his design of the morning cloudii From 1040 onwardi l life It is possible to detect the the transparent veils of blue m I effect of all of them In a single the shadows. This picture is pro attention HU ta isl trash be.-oinpo*ijion Steadily his own bably the gTeatesl hlstorie.d paint loogei and the fftlltl : Hi very personal vision unfolds Itself. i"g produced by the Romantic aten are luggi t> .i rather thi reinforced by an acute visual Movement In England. At about deocribtd TM. LOQinemoiy. and as early as lglS h the same period Turner painteel I u-overstal ptctufw Ol EtU career, had pro-luccd on astonishingly number Of line pktures at Petstain, Siesta sad Speed. modem landscape In Frosty Morn <-ilh Park, in the English county I am ted in 18*4 Here (he kMh nts' Ing. a picture which strangely or Sussex, which are all studies of aW n. lam Bn£ enougli achieved instant popuver'ouseflect.. of light. In Interior spe-d of the r.. 11 A ,,S ruataingj larlty. Archdeacon Fisher, who twnfc everything in the ro>-m across the viaduct and by the was a staunch friend of Constable, has been transmuted by a burst of iinvnig ram whuh u..ninuiothe described it as "a picture ~' plclurcs. %  Turner paints a picture of a frosty morning country with the calmn' Words wort n. It is u detocheel deeply felt interpretation of mat !" <-ru wnicn leads -he eye In! abstrnct Hi.ingpi moment when the winter sun nseh 'he picture in a manner that be now from the idea lying behind rnd slowly thaws the frosty land comes typical of the last 20 ycr i ,s subject rather than frot An important feature of Turner's "' nx life. In the Ftte/Oriri outward appi career was his practice of spending nctures are als.> loma simple and I\irner's importance lies very several months each year travel!fcl' 1 "2 l 1 ""*'" %  •• The Old Chain hugely in the way in which he ing in search of material for his I**** Brighten nuticipatcd Ihe d'cveloptneni ol pictures. Owing to the unsettled Jn* following deo-de of Turner's i.ci^cape painting in the IBth state of Europe, his visit to France hie is characterized by work in century. Long before ho duti Ihe ml Switzerland in 1802 was the which the ground is often laid In canvas primed with whit* and iho only occasion on which he left this w^hniasses of blue, yellow or red. l, K ht scale of colour which he country until 1817. Thereafter his ^orhaai Castle is a vision of im>; i s, i had been v visits to the Rhine. Switzerland and sunrise carried out In primTinworks of the %  1*SJ r us g i B : i of sunshine into a caacad* of Jewellight into .. ta simple liKe colour: Through this not of imM. During the It BwTfl t In the colour the strueturo of the room if his life l %  { ] lie** of eon be dimly made out. Colour effevt of hghi and darknees ..ndl! S2&S Jr.." !" Mdyei ."id light are swept into a spiral l is rompoiltiona bstfome more' of that patierri which leads 'he eye Into abstract. Hi* ingpiraVri comer; } *••"-•<-•"— DP -MORSE'S y& PILLS >nd IUly became more frequent ary red, blue and y of low until he was 70 years old ond worked into a white ground railing he-tlth curtailed his travels, "foreshadowing of French His first visit to Rome in 1819 *m century Impressionism In brought about a marked chango its colour The decade closes m his work. Like Poussin.. Claude with The Fighting Tenterand Richard Wilson before him he *>** in which the painter returnfound lasting inspiration In the ""^e more to a historical subj. scenerv around Rome, Trivoll and Naples. On his return to London. Turner's colour became brilliant In 1813 he had already begun priming his canvas with white In order to obtain greater light in all parts of the picture. The lln.1 Italian visit clarified his Ideas and from now on colour and light became indivisible. The first results of this visit to Italy dis appointed his admirers, but In 1823 he produced The Bay f Bslse, a much idealized rendering rf the subject In which dazzlmg clo boot! fi tein.nneii until the present cenluiA whan wu realised that Turnei %  creams were nearer to the truth Ihan had bean lutpoctod O table these islands he was unapt during ms lUetime except uid the United Stat mm lESSON "MAGI" HEALING OIL I value. Use it for cooghg, ooldo, i-olic and dlarrluica. and externally for cuts %  ltd liruises. sprains and strains. Good for your stock und poultry too. TRIFLE VALUE IN ONE BOTTLE THATS "MAGI" HEALING OIL What You Should Know About Your English Wky So Many StudenU Recogamend 4 RE you content with the way you speak and write? Are you sure that you are not m ak in g mistakes that cause people to underrate your Never has the importance of good English been more widely recognised than to-day. "you can express yourself persuasively and forcefully you have an immense advantage Id your business or professional work as well as in social life. Does your English enable you t o egohar %  TOUT be't on nil occasions • Can you express your ideas fluently — end correctly 7 Are you sure or your pronunciation and spdllne T Why You Ar e Judgd by the Wy You Sp—h — i Write You m )udJ by Your English reveal* you. the w> you expres, yourMl' Ii It not • (c\ that you )udn ouwrt br UMjr '.geeeh and wrtUnj ? Juit as you are favourably impresied by the man who haa a ready command at correct, polished and effective speech, so you receive an unflatteringImpression of the man WHO fumbles for word! and is obviously uneaay about his English. No matter what ability you may poaseaa In other directions, you are gravely'• %  MSWfJ* your English u deiectlv. Every W IT minute-you run the rlak of being unfavourably assessed. How You Cam IMPROVE Your ENGLISH in %  FQYW Hourg Uany ambiUous people are worried ^ff,'" 8 they cannot depend upon their EnfUsh not letUng them down It was to meet their need that the Regent Institute planned the now orid -'* ni S u r '.^ ou ," e tn Effective English and Personal Efficiency rpl HID) Palace Oate, London. W.t. EagUad. without ." oblitauon


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M, 1 it. 25. 28, '.'. n: •i .. 1 puixlfl total "32." both across and dm* i I ii<*t two VKI'.TICAL lulumna muat HM 11 numbera under M, ^hiie the thud column muit have ail FVFN ni.mbera under 23. %  %  IE' t IKTELUGEICE TEST JOSH•, T O MABI II I %  .1.1 MrWlH, i.iiind Hit P: !i .( %  I u •' %  li. • %  ihliiHIUIT I COUGHING IS DANGEROUS Betty Ume vuu utugb your luaa* HI maicrd. uid rur bean n o*cr wotfcad Slop rora cuugb by laUag VBfiai, CatKal fjuTUtBi Taa| wops ''uahiuj. noaaca Iraaif.ii.j •*(. toothci raty aAreacaa. eeanfarU asd puiraa iba langs X % > 1 .1 input me: II >uU muluplt 'Ik. \ ;t OU indeed. now we %  i .i %  N .. tin %  .. dsi la a i '•'. % % %  Haw old la Jeut '* ***wa***a***w*ww*-****w************* • //" you tcanf an alarm clovk that you can aivava friiaf — irrurarr. handnomr % %  nixterately priced—you muii r/iooae a Smith Alar IMhS on Time!.... a Smt'f/t/lfaHm6 I %  ,..!. 11.. %  %  • i.uline Jeuellero i:..au uopa*? %  % pj-. |o jMUinii a *i at" >*\: jo jannfl min aqi *Jlt DUV t Itl H •pOf Oft i uQUinn • ]o %  HIP icuuU NDIIR10S 1S31 33N39I1T11NI % iv it li fli SATURDAY PU^IL Rupert and the New Bonnet—2 %  %  in aarai Vou nuve to anrnnaja ..il M word* in an iii Ti.inp batfafH *n '.:•! ,iml thai nail 10 it u -'.enie! i iiilea RULES 1. rue U rd may Ba an ananun oT iha word Uiai precodaa It 2. It may bf a •ynonym of the ward thai pn cedes, n • 1. it may ue aenwyed D, rld:nf one lrller to. lUMTactiO one letter from, ot changing on letter in the preceding word . It may he aaaoclated wUi> the precedln* wtird In a uylitf aimue. metanhor or amnplRtl'm of IdeaK. I. It may form with Ittt praoadlng ord a name ot a well-known oeraon. place %  thltut tn lie* or fiction. ft. It mav he aaauciated will) the proceding word In title 01 action ot a boo*, plav or other comuosltlop %  % % %  iiii %  %  %  T (Jtrt.ii. Kup:ii i. .''light*.' M i a>-. !i:li -,. • Iwnne! ind nder. Vau'r* in goo.1 l .1 *hr aiv'i hiw %  VOUR HEAD! AND YOU CANT BO WRONC! lite icauUt iiae of Lanalol llair rood will, by its action on the root* and tcaip, noumh every hair gbnd and encourage richer growth. It proido nourishment to the kcahp and nau %  ooti aod korreota Mach troubka aa DANDRUFF PARTIAL BALDNEM THIN It FALLING HAIR %  dally application of this Hair ilia unlalllngly In a really beautiful gloaay ht.ul of hair. LANALOL No. I Wlih oil (Yellow Label) (or dry icalp No. 2 Without oil (Green LANALOL Label) lor h, mrmgei LANA1 i naturally otfyling AM (Hue Label). A (BakelMe (f does y ou good i n two ways — you rub it on and you breathe it in for quick, sure relie' rub THERMOGENf Medicated Rub alt ovti your chwt, throat, and back I" healing warmth relieve: congestion, and breathing the pleaiant medicinal vapour it give^ off clears noie. throat, and lungs. LANALOL SOLIDIFltD bo). An Ideal flutive. LANALOL SOAP SHAMPOO (Had Label). A liquid aoapda luxe. Leeal Ilklrlbulora: GENERAL AGENCY CO.. (Barbadoa) Ltd. P.O. Bex 27 Lanalol ,il! I l Mil 17,11 eae niiiu DOUBLE -ACTION THERMOGENE MEDICATED RUB In big glass Jars and bandy dandy Tins •HllUtWII ill BJIUIlUl aonli BAitUki. Oman %  PUlIC nage aie rurr ia %  I ge— rteaal Regan Le.rOanu i tiilog) a — 8lter-S*atei—Wall* ti i ibie—Finn i ii-, :,II.London Eini— berviea Constellation to VERM II119I1 -i IN 1908 Prof. C. V. Boys Ottttl tlio EoHowinfl remarks in his fnillitilllltl %  ddmi to Im Physical Society in London : "The l.ubricalini 1 piuLicily u| uil deae-ntt) on somethinji wliich is ;il nwwit unknown .... no "no knows wh:it oillnesr is" This blissful Male of n noiamv continued until March 1920 when Wdls and Southcombe published a paper showing conclusively that th>' "oilinesaV of a mineral oil could be substantially improved by additives. Oils made on the wells Southcombe process became marketed throuRhout the World m% GERM OIL These Oils are available to you to-day in Barbados thr-.u, h th.• "liKRM" A nl CENTRAL FOUNDRY LTD. .AndSave$2i:3.50On "Off Peak Fares Your (light by ^i. itized ConsbillaUon Spta mrd aavea you days ol iravellmg lime — extra lime • do and iee more ui\ busineu or i You relax ua de,'catad comfoii, enjoy twnpll meala aod moaitime tnin.s In flifiht hin abnn UM • No uirti to pay — not t\cn a tip — tar attentive B O.A.C. aervicr B.O.A.C. lakes good can of you YEAST-YITE YEAST-V1TB V. ln-lplng you to fwl Tablet Is a sclentlfl< —together with th. Vitamin Bi. Teatthuapleaaant Bympto: be one more aJih-a i great benefit of" Yt. egin to feel your old self again you will i be oountleps ihousandd of people who bavi \sr \TTB" PIck-Me-Up'Tablcu' C.'t ilouleTO-llAY! BAKBAPOS MINIION new YoaK PARIS MIAMI NORMAL HtTltRN KARE 1KH1 MI.10 1.5*0.10 4M.S* "OFF SFASON* RETURN FARE uaut 1.3M.M CoanH your Travel Agenl nr Brill.h Weirt Indian i, \T y y '"~ ,'" .'' r Br ""' Sl ""BHdgelown-Bar"idm. Telephone 45(5 FLY BOM 1,111,11 OVERSEAS AIRWAY* JO 8PUU I I ,i S N. Quickly'f&Uev&s HEADACHES NEURALGIA %  COLDS CHILLS FEVERISHNESS 1 NERVE AND PAINS YEAST-VITE "Pick Me-Up" Tablets



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r\mv. MVHCH l i: STVDAT ADVOCATT p^.r Tirnmrv HENRV BY CARL ANDERSON C UNT OF THE FLYING SQUAD .... BY ALAN STRANKS ft GEORGE DAVIES BLONLMF BY CHIC YOUNG We never lei go! Vigilance over Ihe high qualuy of "Black & While" is never relaxed B nded in the special Black & White "' v iv this truly 4.20 4.00 Tins Anchor Powd. Milk (2*J UrtlNGlN^ UP FATHER BY GEORGE MC. MANUS ioorr K>JCWA*4AT TO DO ABOUT yCAJB FATt-CC ME ift SO CAffELESS ABOUT TVfi •/ KCWESSGS' m A6HAMEO OF THAT I WLLOO'AMP TH6UIT& 'O T* UXC L__ TMB POGSBNTLOOV AT NQU.'*OJ useo TO DPE^G UP LOOKBP OAPca? -fciow uxx AT *U /CAlLS9S-l>4TOy%  %  • ftuf AM AN rw AWN MAT I BY ALEX RAYMOND HRHY THF PHAN1 < BY LEE FALK a RAY MOORES '. • . ...... MM 680UT WU.*UftN*ME.*Xje M*E .WUV \CU MESS LIVE TUW-IN :wt JUNGLE.? v*&S! ••' lCAM£T3DefiBW*CMONTHE(W41!>t\MEaE ARE *XJtlT LE6END? TOIJW : MV'R1IPE.IF ^)IJC">.' ST l|'/*l| it rjJ "'Q*?^ J^E3EABCH"S. y, i rr. -.a Tins Aylmer's Fruit Salad 85 Pkgs. Shredded Wheat 48 80 Tins Smedleys Peas 12 Pkgs. Jello Puddings 2.35 49 23 2.12 46 19 D. V. SCOTT & Co. Ltd. Broad Street I II I C O I. O N > A II I < %  II o I i: II I I s dloliday in iA. Jl. Jnjcuk a 70 XoAjifrid AUSTIN • •— • £*&*£.£ We have been advised by The Austin Motor Co.. Ltd. that cars are readily available under the Overseas Delivery Scheme for visitors to England. XI SI l> — Yon ran III-IM'IMI on it! i CALL IX BMULV TO \ssi ill: OKUVEHY TO si ir YOI it i mm iii.x TMB i K. %  / TCBC ECKSTEIN BROS. BAY STREET 1 titfO SomiAitl



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p\r.r roiRins ,s ADVOCATE SUNDAY. MARCH 1 ISM CLASSIFIED ADS. IM III U \OII4 I \ ion nE\T TELEPHONE 250S. THANKS (IVMIWH1 The CuraWitairti >-eg l*rOuU> U* ut>ii< tav ..-,.. t.11 i-e kmsT (run* ••heseeit wreath. mn 8 MiiMIHW. or in any wav p' wd iwti % %  %  tn PI .jwmnt ktii ses m ell t UJi In sssfan II *l* We IM than. •iw HIII wraaH MMf f> rww of O*-IM*JI. and -ho etoe attended the funeral M %  HW^fO husband mid father CTiarles Vltcbe.l DaC-st. Lewi* l %  .fir.***-! 04 f—pi tn 11 -!• IN MEMOEIAM iiinoMi %  line luMti ABMlri( late SBiap keeps-r of Bag* !: IINUMlid H.i.' MM Ma> glorv be her r*,Ung pier*. No* absent from oar NtIM A ton* provided piece to them. Wtwr rth*r ell. Hi, • re*r*mbered • I I I lusri h in loving mm beloved husband Drr> Who fall asleep M Man h and Il Bloaaorne may wither rtower* m> die rwi* M) forget vou Ever to be raenenbered by hi EU'abetn A Foster Th* Footi and graradchUdren. 1 l.,.i i Ml (.ItTt.V* In hiving imaum of my hij*ha*.d Ernest Oinatu. who 1*11 asleep "' Cod i -.mbeted r.v-|| u ih Smith H I -in • MALI, In k-ving mamoiy of *%' Oar wifeHilda Small, wlui v. a. called t higher eeevlc* on March IM 1BSI. I lorn for. household voices con* ror .-ntohed hope i lng Bui Owd has IH ID dear "• And he Ma U< I % %  wrong Wilfred Small -husbandr. ""bar RrerHon* SB—In "imri In loving nwmory of our d h.abend and lather Robert E-v. Waehs-s who departed Ihi. life March 1, 1MB Till memory fades and life departa. You'll live forever in our heaiH Remembered h> • Th* Work*. ?""•• %  Henry's Lame * **' INTERESTING TO VISITORS Your ""'"i WARM WATEI IT THERE CAS IK CU tl >oi *-• Showr.It* Ihr Bcaulllul WhU Uln Knamal O. Ooy %  mlnalx >•. • % %  i... wi rtlcr oim m M -r niMN ._ pnraono or Ittma dvaimr wuh I*M P-nMi or* kindly —kl i %  inn no>r.inod t,.( :t#-i la." U,* IMw IIM L H I Par* %  .,. AT IWI nwMM MtkMO* **i •• Appl^ T S KMM* Dul rr^ H BM ljn--iIII! TMrl wwrli Trtopkwnr mm. CAK it* VtnuhoJJ tApl KKhard IK'• MuUfcy. S CAJI IM> Port Cnntn. PaiU A#p. %  Mhnrtt Ardlf* r Boa aid CAB—I fcorria Car h p mihui M.oOt Por furWier p-rUeuUi appl A Cuke 'Junior. Co lkn*n • to Ptwir 4BI 1 B>-t In CAK: ino Molaatoy • 10 10.WO mUr Ek.vlWnl condlton IM1 M-TUB Mm0 n.ito*. A-l condition Port Royal ifr Ud T>;*B>h-r.r 4504 17 1 B—m KLKCTRK-AL ua K ii •howrooan. dlilllBI R R iBinUA Cc Die ruAHHLiuin BAi-nrjUBRWhotoaaW and PoUll CITY r.ARAll" O.. H U I I I n MCA AH IH' Comov RrcMv-r iwilhout Cabinet %  A QfOff* Mirrt. BeliTiont ltd Bi rTADIOGRAM IBM QPC Radlocram Ito4k Conanto. Pully r*vlrrd. nrallont lltlo-i CDDM May br aaon DaCoata. lUnt or wnliTimpaon Lodgi i H.au h I^TINUHOLSr. RFPRIGftm Ubli fftt In pnfl condllk-n I iifntmatioii dial Hl5 or 4T1 FUKNITIKK .... In aood lUMrMM I 3 %  In LIVESTOCK rOW: Ono Oradfd Ourcnacy Cow lvii.I twvlvr ntiiti milk daily, third Call - Willi..n l)U-In aovkea : at s i i"i i torar V*\M>B HELP CAPABUl d .... ] m£ n\RBMHlCLCBKK' I Mii\ Tbo Annual Ooi.ai-1 Mt BbOOO UlUOB will bo had -t the Y M C Naval N-U on MONDAY HM* March %  N at 1 V n, Notan vt B*Mlotia aini of qunuoi Or dtoiuaai'o tiw Bnrrtnry in ai xi nd liLn —A L-4Y Cfcrt l<-r offato knowionfo ol nh'-nhnnd inr. and av-nal * w Fooi lich Cause Killed in 4 Days MMM I lwc,l

ati"ff. *I %  •r^fOl or W T tn U! Apr b> uanr MotW f'--'"^*.*5*'%  jtH • %  ft of inn.rfr wxl rapwbiiit to Boi ABC C O lain r*.*My dJH> tot ocommodlatto-i. >.M*ing Tcltot anal Wa lawn LAHM and .l..i. t< cool n aton l i 1 >oi -aUCWwinon' AS HA. BaUuhvba bafeoba. SL Jowl-. Awt' Vtadi WoM. ii.-iitouMLnWBTftW Por r*twr.'ioii Af** 0| i H WiMI Uy to trartl OEandi promiitHH, fcr i llhL IMII %  ponrhKSubmit pholo population icextUmtUI ib>H 1 K BarbbdoB Ad\nill be an OKI Knit' R-. toward* Uur md o* tiar ,fUnoon S > SBin IHRUroKD U-.-t.l Ri>(_miar*d. from II. lit Mant. roaSM and all n>--ain coiniTilrina. ppl\ S.it*.r*iiifrin. FVn. 1101 let! ant bath" NOTICE %  HMBRI I I ii—a SRCmXTART VAtAHU ItocHlry Roll <-i-b Pnro nuon-rt In PiaMouor. rrMiMBu.^ 1 bcdmoni-. llvAn*ijonv, .lonpS Vrnndin ate aiao iTtr liftii. alar and T. RJMWIB4R <1 OMY >n an>nntodw. canva**to.g will *-mmmt Apply b> lui to Bia mprY fi.nn whom luithar eariiou^ti ••" UMlSCfcLLANEOUS Iit-i Jnw. i a a— 11 %  top ol door Ptioi I It IdVnUS lth "t wRh IMS MnMli .DUtrtrt I I SJ 1" Paroori lntreatod nd rfn.uld bo rmrwrd d>la> IVOOO OOODARD a.tod "I''%  'ully tun • It has bofliuomo •I %  Ci.*.! H. mp H-Bn rimii s\%.A REAL I MAI I IIUUSl biand now. an pir I bodroo luao. all con-mla-cr.. lad llinf room, onan v*raiiJ.h. kil.hi id utilit/ room J a ra B a :ar,rfr. i flgl(ll •oivant rooms and itoraa* i.iom imdor . On attraiiivo hllliioa ttlr. Itoektoy N lli..d A Barnn A Co., Ud Dial UTS 11 1 U II n Bt. Btoior tho proworty ol UODERM rURN-BMBD Pl^T-wilb Bllrar ond Unrn. Oocd Ss-bothln for further pnrOc.l.ri. Applw Abu 1 ,ttJMi No. f Cmal SandB. Winlhlnj. S 1 *1I |n r-HLN I 01 n> dp* Miinc) in thia popular rf* Gmuitd rioor .tut Moderate ine] i nd an Church. I.ii ^pprotnl I %  K ? WkNSLOW tattle Wash. Tnr Mirrh. MaJune. Julv %  if-r ISU. Apelv noodlnr •HToncri'"ps> Pini Albert Ford* ori Holder bi.ttl-.i and bo-.nli. I Site ion x . Appl %  •. | lo Fubi* in lUnH LANI NFAR ROTRLSY OOI.P CLfR berllont b-.nidind alto for sole, good rosidanttol ssrUO-L adjoining north *lde Oolf Couroa. moderate pnc*. Por detail! BOO JOHN M. BLADON A CU. Iron* s**0. Sfl.ll—1.f.n •. W. T It fltt-*i -.hi.h will %  tn tnit typo %  Inrotod %  %  SBHRsfBRl nlnf small >tourist trod* lama lor -le irucllvo pew-ienrry Advocate SMS*3r< UFA)! IRXP 1.1 KI:M rarnlahe. louar. • %  nan St John district or .ear for r 1 PUll pi '.. .1 .T* %  '.. G 1 11SS—fln KIUS THE CAUSf %  KT, M well aa BUttSS-'ml : •tPBf W lli,, %*4 •oolhea ajiJ 2nLib<> T r ,n *' '..5 %  l -ih aof> oltnr. Bud %  tnooth .,.90l!!^..Tfl-.ptY ii t-tiigkt and yon •'" not we n tronmonssi.ua iiUUVi|aM - IMiUi. Pmaini.fi. derm -as .11 have hilled th* grriii.. paraalUa. and lungua reanonalul* for your trouble. %  y" *•" ,•* -. if that your akin rapidl. In pocorolnf noft. rtomn. anw->in. and heallai. hVt caoUnue It nut 1 dx I.HH>ri.Mk* aura that th* result. aro completely aatla'actory. nnd at thr end of this time If yonr laeJ.-J" . id of the Itohlhg. -tie-l in i'Vr> ~ai. msiif iii 10* etupiy uaikAge anil your m^i i-.nl ha rrfundod. Get •"' %  ••• i i.cmlat today, rhr ui uilea prolocU rou. SHIPPING NOTICES TWO LSJIHEU GENOA, March 1 Two Brazilian women were seriously injured today In a collision between two automobiles Hospital ofnciali gave their names at GotcTO Boasdaa and Uanda Goes but thern, ware not able to reveal their homes in Bra-ril— V.P. I PART ONE ORDERS B D I 1 -( Ol I I (INNLLL. O Comma ndlnf. IHI NAIKDOH Rrr.lMfNT n f*b AUCTION damag*d in niter this '.:. I'.....i pm J. Aii.ti.iT.reiileln for sal* by auclloii i Garage on Friday iiii M Bladoti A 4.<>ropai. TARADBS — TRAININO ft* will pai-'r at Heat IIQ at I'rO no i ii %  i-king kii all article* ol clnthlne and tqin P irni IHjto—.. %  A" Coy on th* opan snd miniature rannaa; IflOM not l.noa will carry out weapon training "B Coy will do n t drill mm It RrUBfKd and thare will br no further paind* •dnanOUv ROYAL NETHERLANDS STEAMSHIP CO. Ml IM, I HUM tlKOPK I let March, 10a*\ IIHAl-r!M,>ll'.|Mi. ism March, 199i COTTR.A. jlrt March, ISU. %  AnjKO it* ri.iNut-tN AM* ta mil l-M QtTANA I B. fT aOrr OB. Stth February. ItSS. S RI^TTLNGSBuaUi rth M.irch. !11 •Milu. IO IIIMIUli FAnAtoARIBHi AND RRlri.tH (H'ltS \ M 9 BONA1BX. loth Marrh, lSSt, S B COTTTCA. Tth April. ISU. *ATUMU TO ISISIIIAD AND CI'BArAQ M i. IIIJISIIJA. nut March, IBM B. P. MLSSON, BON A CO.. The M/V CACIQUX P-t CAitlBE" will accept Carlo %  PBtasfigora for SI. Lucia. Vincent, Grenada and Aruba. i Ba ling Wrslnesday ITth Inal The M V ' MONEKA" will accept Carlo and Patnrngrn for IXamlnlcn. Ahthrua, a-twrtoerrBt, Nevl ami SI Klttf Sailing Friday 7th March IBM II accept < hold i M.,, GOATX-Flv* l|i Banaen and Alpine mk'h amu gr.olnl alt In hid. two {%,' n IbMr Srst Utlar Apply to Dudle, l.l-os. Hlndaburv Road, St. Michael. 13*S-In MECHANICAL ther inter invited to ;i| %  •.'.-,',-%  -•----*'*- All who at A.MORC nr Bated persons atU-nd A SI llll S OF %  umirnn add at the West Evangelist Tabernacle. Keniington New Road, overy Tuesday Night *< at 9 pm. \* 2.3.52— In. g .oorB, 4IVJ Bll OumtMie. 1. C. 'n" Coy 441 Cpl Rudder. G M "A" Coy 4a* Pte Ouarlaa*. N. Km Pie Chase. P D. t Granted 5 month" P Leave wef I Mar SI with permission tu leave the Cokmy. On 4 moo in. P Leave I* granted peril. IBSHMI to le.>v* the Colony Granted 4 week.* P Leave wef 15 eb 0. with permiatkni to toava th* Thare will be no WOa A Serjeant be held • make an eltnrt tn attend e. CO. I %  Sj IIISI A HM Ml The Annual General Meeting T..esdav 4 Ma I a. . O-anted a weeks' P/Laava wwf 1 Feb 9t, With prrmlaaton to leave the Colony _... ) tirantad 1 weak.' P,Laavc wef IB Fcb St M L D. CKXWER-COX, Ittajor. ton A Adlutant. Tba alaibatkx H.. %  !-• lliallllB on Saturday I Mar. U. Tho Rai a. Mar. SL Members are naked to i^ n hou*r. In "the Drill RaU. Al 1 SporU Club LTD.-AfenU. /eorU Club wiU -. ho.,, in the Dr| IU1I Member, a I W> ORIENTAL SOUVENIRS %  ILIS. CURIoa. AST. VSVDBHOB. BKDAH. JOTBB1A1 r SST18TICAB CUSIOIIDADES. IRA1DOB DE LA INDIA CHINA anno THANI'S Tt. Km. M., •,!.. DU1 MM Jusi Received ... VALOR STOVF PARTS Liimtvd Supply Order Today al G. Y. Iluu-hiihoii & CO,. LTD. Dial m Broad Slrerl iv SHIRTS Are you loohihtf %  •tourhil sliirt* We have In -trlaa. deaigna i.nd gu..lita>f. ih Barb-, i ,oi.irfUl Bcanarv ,t BprcUiM' TMAMI BKO BIN tin CAMEliA One 1 iK i-dv H.>dneiptr hi) %  Msrrii Aq.mtic Club and BagaaSB Warehouta Hew-rd •yfland to Gardlnei An.tm A Co Ud Pusaeit tier Drpt Mil l'>. MMIH: MinKjUITO NSTTS: Two double, mi. n.lie and oddments lung BW1 i a u—i. MENIEK'S Break fa it Cocoa Bhlpmanl -i leceurd K J HAMEI-MMlTtl (V . LTD. Dtolrlb.no !" Phono 4T4S llll Sti Itarhadoa Vies-. Pure I colorful Scrne.lei and ,d BJeS each TIIANIY-. fHA MATS Paia Hedro rflB and Dining room, also for sou beal If TMAN1 Bn Pl-l *• as 1U t f n TRY a cup of delighU.il \l Bteakfaxt tVx-.m TODAY Take TORNADO--lnternattonal K 41 il condition. eserUetn equlpm. Coal FKBOB :"xr* Tetopimne 'MBV IB II II t f n N v ,'".'„';".' .": :' .;.";';'",":. ; ; I ,i Thl. N V M vary valuable to me 0 V PARBAVRINO \ Also bitrmallonal Tornado with good rarlns; iwt Ani.lv Revrelary Yacht' Club 3 a U -in FOR SALE "OLIVE BOUGH" (Seaside) At Hastings. Dial 3111 D. F. DeABREt' FURNITURE AUCTION WE AKi: IN'STRl'CTED U undrrUhr a rotnplelr CLEARANCE HALE at u %i I'II m:\iurs MIOWIHMMIS BAY STREET mi Monday and fursd.iv ihr ;irl *nd tth of Marrh and to continue on Wrdrtcaday U 'not eompleted. Sale from 11 a.m. tn 4 i' m uih. JOHN >lBLADOA *%> t'O. AVCTIONEERS AT CENTRAL EMPORIUM (Corner Broad A I utl.it Streets) You will Hod a line assortment of fAIIPEXTEHS' TOOLS r Bui TO-DAY or i>> more TO-MOREOW I k-MOveowoeoooeoeeoeoeos) loir V.„,l„hh I'ASSE PAKTODT—In all Colours lU'TrKKFLV TRANSI'AKBNT TAPS— ID 2 Widths AKT CORNEliS lu Buck Gry Also An Aisorlment 0 | BOOKS ON PHOTOGRAPHY ROBERTS & Co. Dial 3301 ^^^^^^^^v/////.^v.^v//////,y// J y/ ^^y /, %  Plantation* BaUdtnr. To get i v,v,y/,v///.'. MIIKI Why njyt be ModcrDised Whether you are furnishinc a Home or an OltU-r the MfroVrn Furnlfunr Co-our>m> tkm can dn the Job to suit your taste and yuur pocki-t Su why not stop in and givi us your order, whether It's Mnhosjany, Birch. Plm. Fn or Deal. Your ordea promptly doallh with, so remember the place . THE MODERN FURNITURE J CO-OPERATION DEPOT 1 'M' I ".. Tudor MF.H EXHIBITION BARBADOS MUSEUM I :* < -OWEST INDIAN PAINTINGS BY ROBERT J. I4ACLEOD AND PENCIL A WATER (ri in i; FIGURE DRAWINGS ol West Indian Subjects BY HAROLD CONNELL Open Irbruary —March H 10 A.m. — 6 p.m. Usual Ashing or i Jne* Applies An Anonu. all n— L vrntonras. Very Onod Fi....fli L" to Er.-i i"'nBhnei ftssptel ott pttyrwd BUSM .'-i I %  item The OU.e M N-tive Specie. -i Rpactoa cannot Thrive •jnaSSf r?Oi Withered B.-vih. BI II Rare Specie, known aa ^Oonslte* lt nd Rurtamnaa ma be -nd nhould 0 planted In Clear Solla Ubra being the seventh and onlv aVidla.' Suril made o( Metal under which I ... nor., parmttl Me to ORrr one and nil Real Estate Bargain. even 11 I am heft to Creole -nd Ipeo Parto I Must ConUnua a. hitherto to be Honert and will Ne\n vinllka a Good and Ardent Qenrral resort to Bbatagy. PIVPIB and Balls Truth and Right mual Pmalt: Evil r*eaejv'. Itself Ton acience though Silent and Ex-'i able like a IVndulum BtoUupj on BAinbuUon' AT BRIGHTON % % %  %  Ida Aln.ort N< i 1 RediooiTi Ameiuan Desug" Bu.igalow. all M.sl*ri V Convenlen.'. •. about u.ooo *q n G<>nui Uhdei £1.100 PACBSU NUT GARDENS.Almost New 1 nedioom 11 inch Stone Hungalow .11 Mod.it Conveniences about 1X000 -sj tt Qofng Vtvdci 11.100 V rOBLeXW BTBy The *IB CO 1 Stvrev Btacia Bualnea. r*rsawlari and Realdencc C Oor-J Condition Ideal lor ar Buslnesa. 0*4ng Ui>der EUBJ 11 TI'Don ST l-i gr 1 Storey Son B.iMneea prerntBes A R aa nl en. %  •Ith B l^rfr Oarage or Workshop. Ideal tor on, Business. Vacant. Can Yield II* C1.0S0 Can Bnv It UPPER XSX I Bcdn %  I'Ott I'l.lllit I COOKiXG sii.it I THE FLORENCE Contact Me .. ,gl, lU.tl:n Beauty and Quality Combined THE CITY (iARAGE TRADING (0„ LTD. M illl il II I Ml*, 1141 IM Hl.llit HUM IIII rot" j, MMI :IT IS TIME FOR TAYLORS SPECIAL BLENDED RUM (With the Distinctive Flavour) REMEMBER— SIP II TB ISHIl IT. BLENDERS /##\ IK T.WLOH A StUm, It,I. TRY IT!! ^ %  %  "^0 MENIER'S \ -~S BREAKFAST COCOA %  .-n> 2-Ih 25f tSf • Bfsidvs bciim nutritious \ou'll hare ao OsukU ellin the rhildrrn lo drink il. They'll low B! GET VOl'RS TO-DAV! .„ %  •*? : a On Sale al ull leading Orocen. K. J. HAMEL-SMITH & CO. LTD. Ilislrilllilors srssCdSO I? IR oBridge Mrnl REAL ESTATE JOHN N. BI APON *> *•• a.r.a. r v a. limriuiiivstH LUT1NGS AlWArfs aTAlLABBE. FOR SALE I-1N< RBl'HO". Slh Ave IWUevilla An attrarUva and weU prnportloned 1 Btor' Itouse aituatII Contalna a gallertoB . modern llltc^,cn 1 atodrouina. garage etc l*w Bgura acxepted Sar Quick sal*, owner going abroad. "BYWAYS". Rocktoy Hew Rd— A pleasant, rootna/. Bra-wfr .Ion* tilings:..* oi flirt clau toimrurUoa throuSri^* The, % bad-oom. are provided with waabbaBtri and all have a oool ajcpOOUla Them Is a large lounge. '11-lng %  "" front verandah and < tohen In the baaeo^nt ire extan.i" looma and garaaje atrvanU' Quartei. .re drtac^ed A-eof lsi.il l. siver BLOBO q ft A -"• otHiructed Mew i ire -t Bcoea rh# golf eourst A popular SPd select djatrlet uEANViur nut HaURoomi I fltorsv house with gallerlea, living and dluing roorna. kitchen, pantry and %  toierooma enrtoaod yard with etoek pen*. garage and large out-bulldlnia Grounds am about >. wf an acre with fruit trees and pa.ture. alao contains good building plot on .vince nu "BOMRMEDB". Garrison— Tola properiv la Ideally .Hunted lor mod people in lhl ever popular diitrkrt 'Botnamede'. whilst not Isolated, is mine private and Its verandah cannot be. overlooked, a fault BO common wllh modem AQuars. Thi bungalow' was erectJ about isas fa ponstturted of BtuBO with a thing!* roof. Thors la a good verandah, living room. 1 hedroomi. kltetien. wrvanta' quaitrrs, double garage ftCUnd about T.sOq adft. •'fUMUsUTOE". St. l*s,rciicSparlona itona built bungalow wrth shingle roof, very well planned with wide verandah! at front and able. 1 enclosed galleries. largo airy lounge nd dining room. 1 double bwdroornt. kitchen and ieotny. > BervanU' reomi. SBIB aid outhooae* The land l eowtplateiy ervcloaed and there Is direct acceea to that lea with good bathing. niNt.At.ow. j"ii <• Hill.— Very well corsair ur ted modern home els-verly doelgned for eaay running Hh minimum labour. Contalna wide verandah*, good living room. Itbedrooma with built in closet.. tiled bathroom With separate toilet, tiled kitchen. laundry. servant'a uunrtcrB and largo garage wtut direct accaea U bouae. Conatructed of tune with polished K l aoorlng throughout Cool and raaamgly pepular realdentlal dntriet. "BL'SJUH''. Worthing. Modern ona btingaiow in plaaaaot real%  Initial urea. Accornniodatloo consniIan lounge, dining-r! %  •>( %  Uiree Lardroorni with running water, bath wtth hot water and modern kneh•nette Land U over 'i acra all (•need and there BIB many frutt traeLOW— New timber houM living room, verandah. 1 bedrooms, baih and toilet, kitchen, garage and out-buildingsGood arabla land over one acre, all enclosed with wall and fencing, vary suitable market gardening or chicken fane Loto :.-:-' Sjastssl. WKBI WILLOWS, St. Jaraee— Delightful bungalow houae will. open vemodah ecdtutuuufag inagrUBcsat via* of aea and atraichea of beach Large lounge. 3 bedroonw. vwrandahB. kitchen, panuy and BarvanU' mom-. Store room* bt internet;! Oflora touatderad (TLAMB hoi -i %  *, PblUp— CB>e f the most charmingly *HuaUM proper*.ie-. of tbl* nature tn the Uland. The houie contain'-vt Urge bedruoma iuh hot a old weted. rpaclou* I'lingee, din uigiootn largo oockuui bar •rtih b*mb0o dectir, wide trtedy g>\D*rin. garage aidreroont. batbmg ch.ileL Mavj dieicl lighting plant 1 th* ameimaa u.u-1 wiUi tbi> a iilfH.ve acraaga knof the M-sirCarrinj tha aole agents of i A Scaly I The nut [ %  etoldr-f." r whlth has •' %  OLOSftB Bums gt. Jamea —An tatata tio..*e built of eUne with pin* Boon and rhlngte rocf 3 recwption. 9 tiaairoomi, veraadah* etc. also gang* si>d usual otrtbiiiidinga The house stands on appmx 4 acrea of wall timbered land imahega.iy) approachad by a tang driveway flanked wtoh rloaaly (Banted Mahoganv trees ~ standing atiraction of ii the very lovely silo 1 UM advantage of being Well elevated -rvd cool vrtth fine views op all iMIe*. Coast li lea* than a irola away and town g milea. -W^eTnOTlBB". St PeterA solid one "loray stone rcaldeacr wtth shingled root, l*tetjr e. tensively i *-model led with great care by the present owner The house haa 1 wide roomy verandah* at front and aid*, large drawing room, separate dining n bedrooms (wllh wash _. kitchen. laundry, servants' tera and gar as* Ground* over '. scree with produtttva orchard. OoweT and vegetable garden*, driveway and large parking spar* for can. ''Wyndovar' U wall e'.ev.ted on Us rldgto. always Benefits from a brrsjge and commands perfect vtewa of th* coaatlbae. SALTA si PeterModern coral hatue of aaceptlonally sound OuaaUiaittoaB — esttenalva modal ling and re-decors lion Just bean completed Tho kmnga, of ample dUnenatona. opens orres wide varandahs With most attiactJva seaarapo vlawa The three beati-asMna am Sited with i-^ilt-in wsgoTBej ii and aloe waahbaaini. and tke two bathroom, have II. C water. Kitchen and pantry are well Stead out and am supplied with H/O water. Oround Boor contains 1 garages, large %  torerooms and eervar.ts quarters. grounds of about '. of an sere are well Laid out and ler.red. Main* and wtll staler A inost dealrable and highly reccerwrMfided property. RENTALS -KBWT-ON LOPOS" — Maxwell Coast Fully furnished house available long lease Immediate UBIDI.M g — Beautifully fan uned with swimming pool, cloa to town with. Phone 44540 PlRDtaliont Buildlnc



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SLNDAX, M.UM U *,. HB2 M M>.\ ii(K\n: fAt.F HFTr.LN CHURCH SERVICES AN OUT AN %  % %  <•! %  SMMOI and MMWI. Programmes m mi M*m H I. %  II IS %  lit tnlrtThMkital CIDHMM MI i*> Ray'* %  I-- lUiMm Vow it MM %  . ... • .HI M -v n WnTTTHAlX—* *ra SW M .-... • %  p hAMK MALI. %  Bj S.M Mr r Moonr. 4 p m TW Keiva. 4 IO p Inwtl^ar. IS p m For th* CMnina Oooa. 1* w n. Kuodav Hair Haur, p %  MtBStC BBC SfrDtari OirBa M ra. • 4.1 p m WTiat %  l'<—k n| I p rn PBMTamntr I'ai^a ana intnludr 1 pn rne Maw*, 1U0 paa. Hfwa AjialyMa. 7 II l> T-. Caribbean Vnlna. 7 30 0 m •i .„piini as MM ii .1-* m atM R*M*> Ifntti tha man %  rs P m I. wUirta. IM fompawi • •t Thr Wi* Dpi %  a ;. DtSMft. p m Dane* Mill, • 45 p m Span* Koiutd Up and PfOITi ; p ... i> ; N.--I I IS p I C J*ina 1IA-I .m P M JJ UM SI MM IP MM 7 > p n. Think on tt>a Thin*. 1 pi" Radio 1 4ft p ir. tati.pw* .* U w !" > p >., n—n 4h# Thtta PT r. 10 p m Tha N.w. IO IP p %  rVvlr* 10 10 p m Tip Top Tunaa %  tx-wc*lu -nurse i: I and Table Laym*; waptarlrt at the Bay Street .. Club. Thi* Class %  .lUTKlert b> 20 members of the Cl. supenri'ed by Mis* HarpGirlIn(ta*li.jl I A parcel of books Watt pr%?sr*iud to thBoy*' and Girll Mr. John Shannon while Mr. Louis Lynch of thr M>dTn High School offered a *et of boxmi: •ML en aerea of third crop ripr cane< -ere burnt I %  curred at Ape They are the pi S A. Wallcott of Ihf Mf* lion and were Injured. eercr Fealer ol Bank Hall, SI Michael, WJJ taken to ral Hoapital on.Fnda;. in .in unconacioun cimdilmn Bjl detained. Foster was a paasen ger "n a lorry WDl an accident. The accident oe u 2.30 pin. on Bcnnels B TTiomas between motor li>rr> M—1195. owned by Michael Hunt of Bank HaU and drive Tieth Scott of Quarry MM HalL and motor lorry M—1085 driven by Samuel i.i Wavell Avanue. St. Michael M—1105 strucK an emi Tops In Fashion + f r..m pace feather i backii mi . Msrrk 1*4 — Laat I %  am H*H> Cuinrr union, tarn t'tipial Eucnanil. 10 M a m Holy Bap* m Mallnn Sa-mon. i -v School' 7pm Eitfitoix & jprwon, Hi. i .1. oirbialnl rlailv l!iro.jiioji Lanl. Mondaji. TurMiM Wadnawlay> A Saiuraa>> 7 a m. Thuradayi wiih llvmni %  • 1 ati. todayIt I ii" %  A mar Id BBadae la L*nt The ST. JAMS NATIONAL BAPTIST II am. Mattni and Sarmuti, 7 m Cvf>n*ona and Sarmon. prtwcltar al ooth 'ar\*ica tna Brv J H (Irani. L Th Mmi-irr la rhaare. ID pm Monday. Wcdnaiday. Fni'.y iMdratM] uir >...iii... IHM will b* afternoon SCODC cerise 0D dolphin free ground; bUck buttcrlln.^ night blue ground, and an brown and white scroll pattern a black ground The star of the collection was a proofed tent coat — In pure white KTosgraln. This is the Hrst him that white troaipaln has beer used as a raincoit material. ID fashion points: round neckline with no colar. round shouldci Iin*| .ml the fullness (it the back gathered Into a yoke placed midway between shoulder and waist ver to those who dnubted whether this was practical, was thai the io.it had already bee dr"-clcaiied. and had stood up t th*' test. Significant uuches from the collection: roebuds ramblinp; everywhere, buried amongat the straw of a hat. placed at hip level on the hem of a incket black I trimmed with white Life Guards F luir>ti. and a tartan outfit — tartan ruatei tartan collai P Loth matching the crinoline pt> ncoat which showed a fraction of an inch below the dresc bem. < HtUHIlA*. atlKNf'K ... c-t.i. -i vum "'i-'"" %  rldcrta*" IPP" %  • '•••. Sunday* II a.aw and T pjn. Wrdna-lay. %  p.m A sjerrtce whlc Ir-IudM Ta-umo.ila ol Chrlftl"" Scienr iiiLiin-iad by ih.sn-v. ar. MARVH %  in ai n i %  ,.i 7 30 a m Malm, -n.i I.IMn>; SM a m Low Maw; S on a m a, Snmo'i I SO p m Sunday *cnool. 4 00 p m c-hlMrm'* VnptK III p m Rdpilimu. 7 00 p.m Mlann Eva-uona , Satinan. ^raachar F.thaf F !**(.' WKIINPSIMY Mil SUNDAY MARCTt Kabfrrt al !*•••-"' %  JKSU* l.aldaa fwaM liaiah II 1 PSIM forth a rod out % %  JPMC. and a Branch BMll .*— Th* lollawlni CBMMMI K—I la Ut* Laaaap-Sarmaa Tba Bibla: Thru aald J< cpptlnur in mv worn •*• TTMl" and Ihf inilh -h lima Sarvlcr. BBBMBI W r nail know %  II. .,,-,.•' "** Tha divma imaaM. %  •> %  r miirt --. Ir. and rm wlU ba inaaparabU from the dluw PYlnripla. Ood PMkj In Hrivf Cooking Classl"or (,irls' Clul s ,,, v 1 liarsMVt IMIIT Vli.iol •: 1 on the platform, was injured an v.ivrlv damagan* %  .rnaged iMrawis ti KtMOVALNOTItE FRIENDLY CRICKET \\,ik,.h:rc CX. will play the Veterans C.C. a two-day cricket fixture at Frieiid-.nip Fl... u.* Field The match begins to-day id continue* the following Sunday. Play starts at noon Yorkshire C-C. will be repre%  BDtdjd by: — T. Maynard tCapt.). O. Barrow. C Clarke. L. Blaeketi. c Clnnenl H Hartrwood, i. Motttty, R. Cumngs, A. Carter. K PtyiW lad PHO.XE us! CONTRACTORS and BUILDERS Wp are in a position to execute your Order, [or the followini: :— PAINTS—from the best Manufacturers GALVANISED CORRL'dATKD SHKKTS—21 ^nuKe NAILS I'll'l in all sizes PIPK FITTINGS EXPANDED METAL RLINKOIMINC. RODS CEMENT Sec Us early for Your Requirements BARBADOS HARDWARE CO. LTD. No. 10 Swan SI. Phone 2107. 4406 or 3M4 //A'yV/////Ay//A'//// O-CEDAR POLISH ;J THE POLISH FOR I BRIGHTER HOME J OCEDAR POLISH 4-c. tins (i 'XU 12-ur. tin. 'a Me .'-pi. tin. I %\3t I cln. tins a $4.00 OCEDAR MOPS—S2.9S ear WET MOPS — i< S4( and SI.52 each I.et us snpply your requirements. I L_ PLANTATIONS LTD. Announcing the arrival of:— WHY WAIT? Sasftan .VOir TO noHl.n PAJU0D8 VEEDOL MOTOR OiL at all leading Garages & Service Stations. •FOI'ND WllfKfVm m (ARS TRAVEL iiomi HI IIIIMI ifsj gj lt m DIAL 2229. (Terrazzo) MARBLE CHIPS in 5 colours Fur Verandahs and Floor.* in it in: it T Magaxine Lane, Thani Bros Lucky (ash Prize Drawing $50.00 Cash Price goes t<> ttta lucky Mo !•• bill datcJ 11/2 52. Clerk's initial M.C also the nminmt spent which is $3.57. Any one huldini; the hill with ..l>. may please bring In tins bill on Thuisdav ihe 6th March al THANI BROS STORK md rl f %  C I'ncr. To avoid complicatloni it li ncincimirji that lac hill should havr (hr sa.ir m-i .ri tiir duplicate which is in our possession. If the above is not produced within It* time this amount of $|000 will then t!<. to di charities whk h a 111 bt %  nnoui ced li he Pn rw Radio later. Right feeds* i H.i HI: IT OI T TOR rmmSELFl For example, let us see the Dollar and Cents difference in net profit between the use of Cheap and "Pillsbury's Best" Chick Starting PILLSBURY'S BEST S13 60 per bag or 16c. per lb. 2 lb. cost 30c. Versus CHEAP FEED $12 60 per bag -18cor 14c. per lb. —14c. 2 lb. cost 28c. 2c. more PILLSBURY'S BEST Chick Starter only 2c. more per chick four to six weeks of age. PILLSBURY'S BEST fed chicka a-reraje five to six ounces "Heavier'' at ux weeks. FIGURE POULTRY MEAT WORTH 48c PER LB. 1 oz. 2c. z 5 oz. 10c. more value per chick. 10c—3c. (Extra Feed Cost) 8c. 8c. more profit per chick 500 Chicks $40 00 more het Profit to YOU the Feeder, and a better flock. irs so SIMI'I.I: TO UKT MUST Results and Bigger Returns feed the Best PILLSBURY'S BEST New stocks Starter. Grower and Layer just arrived • %  Hont:nr THOU h TD-A4WVT9. PHONE : 2229 THE IRISH LINEN HOUSE The Things You Need At Bargain Prices ONCE MORE FOOARTY'S OFFER DISCRIMINATING HOUSEWIVES A MAGNIFICENT CHANCE OF LAYING IN SOME REALLY GOOD HOUSE HOLD LINENS AT ASTONISHINGLY LOW PRICES . 36" LINEN SHEETING $2.70 per yd. 72" .. ., 0.33 ., 90" „ „ 5.99 „ 72 x 108" LINEN SHEETS 15.00 each 90x108" ,. 20.00 LINEN PILLOW CASES 18 x 28 $2.75 to $3.67 each '.2" LINEN DAMASK $7.50 per yd. LINEN DAMASK TABLE CLOTH 72 x 90 ... $25.39 each LINEN NAPKINS $1.38 and $2.20 each LINEN EMB. LUNCHEON SETS — 13 pieces $7.20 to $8.85 Set LINEN LUNCHEON SETS HAND PAINT ED 9 pieces $14.00 Set LINEN GLASS CLOTHS $1.24 each LINEN GUEST TOWELS $1.80 each IRISH LINEN is such a gay luxurious set ting, it brings out the rich ness of fine silver, China U Crystal Attention I.mii-s I! ARE YOU CONTEMPLATING GOING ABROAD SHORTLY 7 THEN HAVE YOUR SPRING COAT MADE TO MEASURE AT — FiHiAHVY'S TAILORING DEPARTMENT WE HAVE A WIDE VARIETY OF RICH LOOKING COLOURS AMONG OUR WEST OF ENGLAND DOE SKINS PLEASE ENQUIRE AT Win. Fogarty if to) Ltd. TAILORS AND CLOTHIERS OF DISTINCTION



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I'.W.F *1\TFEN -\i.\v \nvor.\TT rm.\T M\ROI IM1 SERGEANTS DEFEAT OFFICERS WIWIHS III Shoot For Royal Leicestershire Cup Lados Kegimrm hv ihp R I %  %  rc*m.s • At lie %  I %  %  P %  %  I %  %  nh in the snap it iiiMinK in the lot" of N iii Warrant OfB%  seniors by a Throughout the event whlrh he1 Liu at 2 p.m.. a*ria*ad %  truly keen and / Faf CX C CX t^ aT 4/ ^-J 1%JI %rK5& Sl ' ,h ' H"t"l! Loans fund CU B MWUU T* -'int. end the 'tor tarlcd In Jimr 1950 approxinoon M loncludcd In the A „„, ,, ,„..„ W l< ly $800 000 have been lent to Root*! • off V < %  n th. 4.h and Jrd I...long. !" J"2g*. Tlu """>bcr which the Warrant Officer B JKXS.SV !" ?W^KW'K '" Johnny Boll,,„ th d lion STSnoOD f.v rinl Ain IbV came into th,home *.ww.wu tod M.ti-fi Wind. They rtretcb Hold.-r -dipped Doldrum |( |* g n a i| day lo at the Housposition until they through on the tails in^mniimg |tl(( i^ am Department where paoof tbs victorious %  •igpanU 1 teas* which %  afaaita' th' Officer' to win Uta Royal Lfica*Urshlr Big Upset In Maiden Stakes 2.700 Make Housing Loans If yeni hive HUB unwisely, or too well, take a dash of ENO .> Fruit Sill ". Liwill set your digestive imco flowing, help you. M(im -Trongly she pasted Sw| whoac red 98 out of I ; ,., Admiral (Holder up) Rocket and increased her lend to for th W.Of and Sgts.. and H the premier position. two lengths to win going away. Walcott for the Officers, who i* Coming around the l*nd places Sweet Rocket. Lutchman up. and also to be congratulated on ecurchanged quickly but Holder still Lunways. Yvonet up. battled it Ing 2 possible* at 100 and 200 kin ml to the fore to out for second place for which dead-heated. yardt n his excellent score of I nut of a pouib'e 114. The following are the scores -mm S\TH S M bfankan. H n ; -!i r.. IT C >H •**\ (;.. !" i-., i< < sai 1. o C S M unntMi. A. r % %  *i le. i.i N r C Q M a Quinlvn*. K io M m... CaaVaaan. i: w <: Q M II r i r-r Man — III OIIKtRa. Mit|.f o r • i ..., T A 0.-ii<* ii n i: n Mali* .V LI 1 .. II. J NrM..-< C. X Cam %  H 1 %  %  1 1. 1 1 i-pi 1. SKVKNTH RACK race up the home itnl I by a neck from March Wind: 0 waa second a head In front tit hip. Creole Stake* FOI'RTII RACK The held of ten got off to I Ian start with Twinkle, Cottag,l'...i i. .-I-. Cituneas an d Vonwiie each carrying 2, b m Seven horses faced the Starter U1U | s lbs. overweight respects in thlt event the second 7V for tively. •J the afti i Pitting off to a Yvonet got oft* first with Joan ga good start. Holder pushed Cav$ tai but was quickly overtaken a* allaT to the front and was leadDv Rosette piloted by Holder, bj M |Bg when the Held p;i~s-oie. SMdUng chaltangad and | 0|; aroU nd and was m %  cond pmition n lh( lr ,irpe;il. yesterday eonthe decision of His Woracratched •j) to UM for* and com-l .1 th.bind ets ; ,m wbO i up mail" i rtrong plate and eventually . | lehmil Rotsrtto home Itnttj iA. ding ,,„ „,„, |i „. l i ull thr % %  done lusale for the premier insar „ m four lengths. tot lion an't llunqiierqiie managed fo T — catch ihaj Judge's eye first by neck ahead of Cardinal who waa second three lengths In fiont ol ""avaller. Castle (iranl Stak.-s Vanguard i nl) hor* u-rtv. i_ atenwa and th* remaining six D.l.L. stakes -„, off lo a -yod slurlPasting sue carried top •ratgnt ..f K, |tfJldtll> lh( „, ., ,.„„. t (lt .. in the Held of seven iniW( WM Usher with A| huh ..une un.i. %  .. hrtag m the second ve. Spnte. Flying DM^ ., 1|ld po^nons respeollvely and Harroween. being )n r^hlng th.D. iuru..ui [! % %  are always taking appln allon for loan* nnd -n some days Interviewed bv the Manager Mr I) A M Haviies Long queues are always sawn at Housing Departments. Besidethese Housing Loans which are for those engaged In the sugar industry, there are always long queues on those dayi when the Housing Department at th* Garrison arc interviewing applicants who seek Government houses at rent. These are two separate dapartnu i the Housing Loans fund Mr. Haynes said yesier• lay "the people have been very ippi-eclative of the loans and make, very effort to repay them.' Mr Haynes observed that • % %  %  quid readily realise what change a, taken place in housing over ,o country dlstti.t I he loans nve been concentrated in parSi Andrew. St Thomas, John where housing; eoitkUons were worse Mr. Haynes said that the plaftn co-operated well with the deartment WHY: KKlllTH RACK Red (Jliinu Quills lo Free FiornioM KIITII RACK ship Mr, S H. Nurse Police Magistrate of District "E", who im,] U posed a tine of I] and S/costs to be paid in seven days or in default H days* imprisonment with hard labour DO Htfa IU Bishop of Waterman's Village. SI ing indecent lan:i ganea furlongs, the longest for the ........... | %  ,. ,-,,-,,< *Hlrd class "A" and %  %  vomber 30. 1951. liishop apjHMlcd %  gglu M Nurse's decision and was yesternppeai which fanwuntad The L\ dene* -1 UM prosecution was that while walking along %  ntbtr 10 nisi Bishop taw Julian Ca ho told bar not tt> sralk j^ v in conilnning UU d* Tiieu H that II •! % %  %  %  Thcyll Do It Every Time Why are people becoming so excited about SALE? The BIGGEST CUT PRICES You'll ever get in Bridgetown SHOES $1.00 Size 3 to 31 Per Pair HlfiS~* M.C*dt SVJ.OO IIIIAIUS A V.MitLS per .a. 2c. MODEL STORE SALE from 1st. March See Our Handbills n ttaeiaatw '*• Thtm RED HAND PAINTS l J llelle up. .n>it H< bate, Quested up. led tl the horse-, went piist (he judgi (ttr the Ilisl time. Landmark with O'Neil in the saddle w.i pulled UP al this stage or the due to a burst sllrr0| P .hCrosfl ii-. %  began •• m vt UP from v in the meantime kept Usual well to the fon winning one. then left 10 I and Mary Ann to fight it oul f"i Bd and third DO this they did while coming up the .me ttretch. Eventually Mary Ann got home half a length %  third by a length. second Between the live and four furL'sher over his lend on w*lch i ... ,. ( wi nt • # Lady U bSt1a t and begaa i \eut\h abuse him. Two children— Ethelbert Boyce a n d Davit! I Bishop C imiehael. i up. to th load earlj end ell moved aw..;. the held as they went past the tecund furlong. r> BBun ccond Up tti then .:I.I-MII.'1 and Joseph pushed Harroween into tl Wll B I %  II. id made a bold hut : %  i ell Bareel Rocket and rode bar borne On utawrori f< i ,ii..v.e.i i. Water Cret \i nde three lengths Hai ilv DoMrum and rtaanlng rMncaai haif %  length gh Police Maniat lo the Wine SIXTH BACK Spriavj Stuke-s tl Ith FUeuxce Cai hi at IM ihtwo chndi [ PROVIDE ItFI.IARLF PROTECTION FOR EXTFRIORS | ANP HIGH-CLASH DECORATION FOR IVTFRIORH We have received Wew Sfocrs ol . SPECIAL HOUSK PAINTS Ore*. Dark Grey Oak Brown. Barbados Light and Dark Stone S* KN A MEL-FINISH PAINTS Cream. Tulip Green, White. MATINTO FLAT PAINTS Cream & Green. CONCRETE FLOOR PAINTS or Bright Bed. Grey. Mid. Green. HARD GLOSS PERMANENT GREEN with Grey underrating. PAINT REMOVER for the easy removal of old paint%  Phone 4267. 4436 WILKINSON & HAYNES CO., LTD. COOL SPRING in the North!— will demand a return to warmer clothing at vacation end. We have :. ictton of the linest Wo i loomed in Englan.: I well as glorious Cashmere 1'ulloveis from Scotland, light e | h I "i... %  ..i ind cusp WoMad Suitlni l l|11 bottl Ladies and Men. The quulitv of this branded stock is unquestioned and it is our Sales Policy to combine Ihii high quality with cxivllent value C.B.RicefcCo. tat, A .Mrrrhunl Tnilurs <>t Unll.in 1 .mi



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tutfcitt j^lnreate ESTABLISHED 1695 BARBADOS. .'. AKCil 2 1>2 Jockey Holder Straddles 4 Win (mi. Big Upset In !" f <** t7 A W ill lntervi Maiden Stakes Gwenor JOCKEY SONNY HOLDER straddled four win ners as the B.T.C. three day Spring Meeting got underway at the Garrison Savannah yesterday afternoon in fine weather. Hon. V. C. Gale was the most successful trainer with three wins. Although no records were broken the fair crowd who attended witnessed a day of keen racing on the hard track and some good times were returned. Biggest upset for the day was in the Maiden Stakes when Mr. J. R. Edwards' Castle In The Air and Mr. M. E. R. Bourne's Magic Gaye gave the lucky punters $69.16. The Field Sweep reached the $500.00 mark on MM n and the $400.00 mark on five occasions while the Pan Mutuel paid its highest dividend 4 WJfl on Fust! Admiral in the Chelsea Stakes The Police Band under Sgt. Archer was in attendance and rendered some lively airs including the-latest CalvpTOOS during the afternoon The Meeting continues on Thursday. FIRST RACE Garrison Stakes A small cruwd was present to >.' the Meet utl to a good start with six horses of tne origni.il ten entries tmOng tin tfartai IWUe Surprise, Lutchman up. •it,a Flying Dragon, Wilder up. corned 5 and 3 lbs. mvrwiigni rg ; <. nvcly. The race was off to a fairly good start, and a* they jassed the Stand lor the flrtt time it was Flying Dragon, Wildei up, strongly challenged by Fuss Budget with Pat Fletcher in the .saddle Fuss Budget, after taking over ag they rounded the llrsl bend, set the pace all the way to the third furlong where the others made their effort. Flying Dragon closed the guv with Firolady and Red < I hot pursuit, and as they turned into the home stretch, O'Neil pushed Mr. "Teddy" Jones' Bed Cheeks into first position on the rails, and rude her home the winner by a ere neck ahead of Fircludy, Joseph up. who made a very strong bid to come second. Flying Dragon finished third, a length tMh&ML SECOND RACE Maiden Slake* Fourteen noraes t a 11 4 tho Marter for the wonrTg— the Maiden Slakes, class "ctad -C2" over 5Vi furlongs. As the gale (lew, Test Match was taught up. and although escaping williout (browing 11 loclcay, the race tad lo be reeulled. They got off to a better start t>n the second try. lunching up togtthcr except for Mabouya, Wilder up, who got a late jump and was trailing when they passed ihe 3furlong pole, they began to spread out a bit. and 'Castle In The Air*. Ilnldrr up. took over and came up the home stretch with a fine sprint to beat Magic Gaye. Belle up, by two lengths. "Aim Low" finished B close third, half a length behind the second horse. THIRD RACE Chelsea Slakes Sunlna and April Flowers were scratched. Of the remaining nine entrants Caprice, First Admiral fl nd April Flrfwers each carried 2. and 7 lbs. overweight respectively. g> On page IS of Barbados %  %  %  h.l.i „, Fairrhitd I | delegation ... 1 %  the gritv. A ion i wat also ippoinied i %  senlatlon. Two Auditors van .;,pointed and I Mi E Csuneroa Hawltt They were proposed by Mr tMgrave Ilin*. %  J E. T. Brancker. MX P P % % %  dent In the chair Ml (' F. Talma. M.C.P Secretarv Mr. C E. St. Hill. Treasurer Mr K Mi' I. %  '. Mr. C. Cobham. Mr. A QlUtfia, Mr S Crick. Mr C. Green. Mr. M Barrow. Mr. I-\ Will. II I P Mr. W. ve i. Codrtngton and James Tudor. MA. Wore (he thr* rruataag, J'ca., All Stars Draw Series JAMAICA. March 1 The football series in Jama KM ended in a 2—2 draw lo-day as Jamaica beat Caribbean All Stars one-nil in a tame game. None of the members of the teams showed I .is in the three form i • COBpttttg such outstanding I players as Kruin of Sunn,mi. the '..T iuiward ("..in.,dves the Trinidad goal keeper, Lester Allcoek, the Jamaica it u Eplurse. Jamaica's left half. JelluHeron, the Glasgow Celtie i TI>I' -simi.ii. tuned out fui jamakH %  suffering injury to his right knee and took little pait in the game. Newcomer (iieene who occupied inside right position In this mate ihe lone goal after beautiful passing by Allcoek. AN APOLOGY The 'Advocate" wishe* lo apolotuc I o Mr. A. II lla,ralllon-lltll for publication af an article entitled "New King uf Guana Island' which appeared In this newspaper Irom one of our i ormpondsstta. This article, u haa since been discovered, contalacd many Inaccurate and mtleadlnc statements. We regret any inconvenience caused lo Mr. Hamilton-Hill. THE FAMILY DOCTOR In keeping with our policy of obtaining for our readers the best possible advice on subjects of importance, the Advocate h.v < %  tiling Doctor to -Imedical gurries. The Family Isoctor will Inunable to see any ;, personally, but you can send Bin roar questions and II.i' .ii %  w.t will appear every week in the Evening Advaeate. There will he no charge medical adv.1 loiters will be treated In confidence. To make abso lulely sure you are not to sign your real name to your query but lo writeunder a pen name. The answer to the question will appear under the pen name. Letters should be addressed to The Family Doctor, e/o The t.dllor Ad, ecatc. gsrlgge. tuwti. gad musi reach Urn office by Wednesday god) week. The first series of rcplivto medical questions will appear In next Monday'* arming Advocate. i • %  im;i|.'To lit' Discussed Tuesday People who follow poUl HI looking forward to the discussion which is expected to begin on Tuesday over the Estimates. Subjects of discussion during the latt pol itic al campaigning far the I tenOU wenll %  .! %  IIIJ;, E lucilion and Emigration and the people arc looking forward to see whit plans are being made for Housing and Education At present the Housing Loans Department is making loans to %  .i.. worttan of tin Sugar in duslry and the House, building programme at ihe Government Housing schemes ;ire being continued. A •< i rosftowar of tbg debates in the House anticipates lhal the Hoaae will be packed with member! af the community who wish i<> hear the discussion on the Estimntea. The House may sit every dav for i few days to get the Betlmale* fitu U.N. Raiders Batter Reds By Land, Air HTII ARMY HEADQl \HTK1: ,,h I AHM tank al '. rrttorj inside Ihi *' hl u N "* pluiei iHnkl in tile Mtnur fceclnr. United Natl ns ral lei imp • 1 !! inilllrr J"" 1 """*' """'" %  '.'• 0UI i Ihe "Iron Trlangl, Real • Communilt Mnrtir firo forced ihe UN raldir team to return Bnmb laden Ml Mu %  Comin poundVULEZ2 ''' ''"' k, %  ""'"' ^p-"1 ""'•'" < %  i yonnrang doMroyteg three and dam-: irmoured vel %  Kirkwood Bsdaat Question Of Tgxet Hun KIM1STOH Fell 2 liuU-,1 Kl.kw,Kl Ba, Till STABT ol thr Mhllh % %  %  whh* u Heven ind • H.ll TtulwrL aMl Mr. N. M Imab*'*. IMdri rlddrn by Heleffr WM lh# wlnwr Nine horw. nu i.-l Foreign Minister To Discuss Arab Fact By WALTKK COLLINS CAIRO, March 1. Arab circles believe thai the Spanish Foreign Minister Alberto Martin Artajo will discuss the possibihtirs creeling a Mediterranean community pact with Arab statL.. when he makes his six-nan m swing through the Mideast in AprU. Out of the six Arab nation! Artajo is scheduled to visit, three have Mediterranean shorelines, three othera are woven into a Mediterranean pattern by their nlationa wilh their neighbnura and an overall Jefence blueprint for ihe eastern Medilerranu MAN SHOT ANTIGUA. March I. Al five o'clock this mornine it portod thai Clarke, a Kirth*r was shot by ;i clerk "> a rum %  d by Lawrence Gon%  t| %  B %  It is sail! that six Iplaying with u automi a .iid m weapon discharged. Clarke was hospitalized In a critical condition with a punctured stomach wound. Cyclist Injured B* HI Young, a labourer of Passage Road, St. Michael, was treated and discharged at the Hospital yesterday at about 7 p.m. for injuries on hi* face and neck after he fell from his bicycle which he was rldmg along Dank Hall Road. The bicycle was not damaged. Jap Trade Team Off To lirazil TOKYO. March 1. Four trade anil HILIIKU nillci.il:. left by air for Bran) lo participate in Japanese trade ulk-s v.ilh braziL They wereaccompanied by Koichi Takani, m led head office I Boen LARGE CROWD AWAIT FISH n.^„ la £? e crow 1 wiitad in the Public Market for fish from about 2 o clock yesterday afternoon. The Ufa was brought in shortly nfter three o'clock. This nested of a large Hlue Peter shark, about six feet long, and a dolphin. The dolphin was quickly sold but only a few people appeared to be interested in the shark. They %  were waitL. DJ* boats would ;lng to j Id bring see •' the lata flying Ash. Ill MM I HOI I wins Results At A Glance I IN Hall,. Ml*. li linilni i man .\r,. >T AltMINtl .H.ld... "IND. .1.....-.,, ll>M-lllr ,|.. n >i mi am i %  i. i ni \t,i i rqi i it %  ...!.,, t MllilVtl il>>w|r I II Mill. II,., I.. tii.ii axis %  -'IIIINIII r ii.ui,. • '•i i taw --—-mini MLHAtr i U ..N. (l -I\IH IAII I'OIJiai M -ll.lder. "*l %  <" KIT I .1. h.... i IIMII a\i i •:n-I ll lla|,.i IVI i. AM tfn.a,*. I TMI.SKl.t. iH.li.1 %  II1HI RAIT i SIII; a ,qiM>i> MARt ANN .1. % %  >.., it...mm II i.. NIMH RAC* I "Ml I N N .-.,. I"I!K.,.IIS !....., rrrrra WINS .. Egypt, I*banon and Syria arc detituieiy Haditarraiic m ..ui,u„ -. while Jordan and Iraq us* the Lai^nese capital Beirut as their por' luqui oil How. to lirnnM.Ill Tripoli. 6 udi Arabia's oil flows through ihi Persian Gulf to the ll. i B) tin ,. %  to the lledlterTeMan nhili M . the Arab League Lli-iNi At this time when Egypt in pai tirjlar and other Arab K'llng through •t.,ge whrrvin their interest sometimes conflict wilh their suspicion* of so-cdled imperialist, powers a Meditei | nrty Pact along the lines of the European community pact Ire""'"'Ing considerable support >n the Arabs. —FJP. Scouts Leave Tomorrow rin mala body of scout* of the Barbados Contingent for the iir-i CariblH'iin Jambwei which takes lil.ue iii Jamaica will UviveSaawvll Alrpotl .it IM pjn sfefiday Si.nits jre ggkad to lie at the U.l'i I'll The party lag Ma)..r J E Grlfflth. V E MJ Ihewa, K < %  iM... H D .i E Thompson, Cnpt. R A S. i T. Carter, M Husbands, V lin,i H. Lewis, N. Quarlean. L Quintyno. 0. Ruddnr, O. Bptingei D. Trotman. H. Turton. A DTatl waite and Cecil Walkes. Thew scouts will travel to Jamaica v) Grenada. Al 7.30 p in Mi.BBUM day Re* 1. iMnllalieu who is attached u UM Conungenl will laavo Seai' for Jamaica via Trinidad party i u A %  tasMlini b> for Ihe ttiet oepor II,., up some luartars — ..wo*, n ; nu of %  '' %  %  "UM Lagliiauv ,''." '"' : u '"" >" •OU.HII artlng Govermiin. "take urgenl r.-p„^ntatlon, %  „ ' *•" Ihe British Government la tb t %  •strove**' ,-ffect that lirilixh Comounv ia.i.1' '" " ''" "'' should not be cnargST on The Proflu „f Briush eonretru 11.?."""" SJ ,rv %  ^ ^ be 'espen u' protlU earniri mini ."' """ "'V'"' "' f u monnV "Parations m J„uui „!, ... %  rtUsh colonies, provided t, L U,rk u %  uch protiu are retained in ttu tcrritorie* in which they n ,. ari tr ihe deve^opmeiit ami •1 ..gneulture and nidi. I 1 pared' liy. (soriiiuiiH Jubiluiil HAMBUIU;. March I. JubUant Germans set bonuro an tho fortreas isle uf ilcligoi-,. 1 %  •letjraring its return t> the,., .fter seven years of ,] %  ane practice bombing un I'. former submarine base. Tintlaoa 2 pailgg .,ti ti„. Bjuunlatid overs only 181) m re*. Aft-i tori iications ware blown up und. 1 %  llritish occupation, HritUh and ,. 1 uilod Slaloa boiiilwrs tkted 11 for I practice Urgcl. l r CottliUoQ Govt. To Be DitHnisseJ PARIS, Mann General Charles De Oaulie French People's Rally leader, announced after a Party caucus IhJt he u wilting "to discuss with Pi mier Designate Paul Reynaud his proposed programme of Rational Ul t% Givernmi-nt ' %  ll the first indication si iB4j that De Oaefla*i group which now |i the strongest singh PartJ Nations) Assembly was willing to discuss participation in a Coalition Government unsl ll Tensed the chances of •eteran Conservative Reynaud forming a government to stave on national bankruptcy. -UP EDITOR DIES N1 M v EtK %  Keith Kcat Spceil T2 Execut Editor of the New York iun I | i43 until a BHTged with the New Yark World Telrgrnm. 1 -d IT. Miners Rejectt Compromise SANTIAGO. Chile March I Six hundred striking miner who rinsed the big nltr..'.pl.mt, Marlg Bant ,,, 1 pg i,., vaidivia in Antofagasta province rejected a compromise formula presenterl by the Labour Minuter t,, .,)<., %  in. ecmonuc dispute with the entent Then the Minurtei flew to Iquiqe where 2,000 Communist eon1 Itrate miners wegg kcUV in support of the petition. The woikers refused direct talks with the management Yesterday poliee arTssrted four striking leaders eftar throwing tear gas bombs at ,. workeri' meeting. A Communist spokesman rlrrulated word that sotw died during police intervention Thi* wgg denied I ties and the Oov — v.r AGA KHAN IS ISJOLATED NICK PRANCB, M The fabulously wealthy Aga Khan la] mnptuou" bedroom al Villa Yaklmom n-ar C'anne* cut off from hU friands by doctors who feard he, heart mivht stop. The 74-yi-.i-uld rfftlfl Odled 111 Pierre Duchossal, Geneva heart specialist within a few minutes of his arrival yesterday by special chartered plane from NVw Delhi. Mentliers of the Aga's bOUaanOllI said his state of health gave "no .lllxlelv' %  but Dtiehoi ordered complete rest tM %  • 1 the servanta to lurn away all alter* — IT.r. — ON OTHER l-Al.l | 1 Carib Callinc 3 € 1 a e sa a, Ciardeeliis 11,in.. Feim 4nd i.it den. nil( Notes. 4 It....1.,. 11 s 1 1; 1 MM... < hii. ( kali I ^Miminiiut. | Blwsng t'lrrle; Tups in lash Ion 7 — %  %  II, 1 I.IIII.IUU • I Saw Naples \,„ lived ie %  took Review; 1 News 11 Art l Tamer 1 It OaMiaa. IS Comic Slrlp*. ta Shmrtliis Raee%. %  -truck west of i!.puUed by small Jirma fire as they a'tempted to probe an Allied position In the name area. One hundred rounds .if Communist mortar and artillery d in I'.N. positions In the "Heartbreak Ridge" 1 in Hie nigh'. 1 Sghtei %  txannati %  %  ; while knocking out 'urns and inflicting M traeki in I 1 %  and damaged 30 lo %  '.inn on %  hides ind astcrdaf'i racing at the Girrlson Savannah. Cardinal, ridden by Yvanet, was VIFNNA. Mnrf Slip shod production in Ihe Prague branch of Can I kla's giant Skoda Armament %  patent of material to Russia, the newspam Mlada FraaU admits The newspaper said that at tho branch factory in Prague "in the* past year the bad and faulty 11 C0*t our economy twenty seven million crowns (IJJOO.OOO).It added I iosse occurred -the insufficient use o( ery and htgn absentr said that the plant I reach N "ta for 1851 Al beanchoi of Skbine are i>elieved to duclng arm %  merits for the Russian war %  Union''. lUeeotly the ment pl-i 1 on the output deniaiiil.:.^ tii.it SS per cent sjMgi 12 than m |ffg| rp. U)hanswsJi Ijau (bihanqsi G flardy Dinner, Luncheon, Birthday, Weddinq. or lor your own quiet enioymenl at home— K. W. V. can add to that enjoyment, as K.W.V. WINES are QUALITY WINES. Popular throughout Great Britain, Canada New Zealand, Sweden and many other countries oi the world, including the British West Indies. And in these burdensome days oi Hiqli Cost ol Livinq. 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tutfcitt j^lnreate
ESTABLISHED 1695
BARBADOS. .'. AKCil 2 1>2
Jockey Holder Straddles 4 Win
(mi.
Big Upset In f <**
t-7 A W ill lntervi
Maiden Stakes Gwenor
JOCKEY SONNY HOLDER straddled four win
ners as the B.T.C. three day Spring Meeting
got underway at the Garrison Savannah yesterday
afternoon in fine weather. Hon. V. C. Gale was
the most successful trainer with three wins.
Although no records were broken the fair crowd
who attended witnessed a day of keen racing on
the hard track and some good times were returned.
Biggest upset for the day was in the Maiden
Stakes when Mr. J. R. Edwards' Castle In The Air
and Mr. M. E. R. Bourne's Magic Gaye gave the
lucky punters $69.16.
The Field Sweep reached the $500.00 mark on MM
n and the $400.00 mark on five occasions while the
Pan Mutuel paid its highest dividend 4 WJfl on Fust!
Admiral in the Chelsea Stakes
The Police Band under Sgt. Archer was in attendance
and rendered some lively airs including the-latest Calvp-
toos during the afternoon
The Meeting continues on Thursday.
FIRST RACE
Garrison Stakes
A small cruwd was present to
>.' the Meet utl to a good start
with six horses of tne origni.il ten
entries tmOng tin tfartai
IWUe Surprise, Lutchman up.
it,a Flying Dragon, Wilder up.
corned 5 and 3 lbs. mvrwiigni
rg ; <. nvcly. The race was off to a
fairly good start, and a* they
jassed the Stand lor the flrtt time
it was Flying Dragon, Wildei up,
strongly challenged by Fuss
Budget with Pat Fletcher in the
.saddle
Fuss Budget, after taking over
ag they rounded the llrsl bend, set
the pace all the way to the third
furlong where the others made
their effort.
Flying Dragon closed the guv
with Firolady and Red < I
hot pursuit, and as they turned
into the home stretch, O'Neil
pushed Mr. "Teddy" Jones' Bed
Cheeks into first position on the
rails, and rude her home the win-
ner by a ere neck ahead of Firc-
ludy, Joseph up. who made a very
strong bid to come second. Flying
Dragon finished third, a length
tMh&ML
SECOND RACE
Maiden Slake* ,
Fourteen noraes t a 11 4 tho
Marter for the wonrTg the
Maiden Slakes, class "c- tad
-C2" over 5Vi furlongs. As the
gale (lew, Test Match was taught
up. and although escaping willi-
out (browing 11 loclcay, the race
tad lo be reeulled.
They got off to a better start t>n
the second try. lunching up to-
gtthcr except for Mabouya, Wilder
up, who got a late jump and was
trailing when they passed ihe 3-
furlong pole, they began to spread
out a bit. and 'Castle In The Air*.
Ilnldrr up. took over and came
up the home stretch with a fine
sprint to beat Magic Gaye. Belle
up, by two lengths. "Aim Low"
finished B close third, half a
length behind the second horse.
THIRD RACE
Chelsea Slakes
Sunlna and April Flowers were
scratched. Of the remaining nine
entrants Caprice, First Admiral
fl nd April Flrfwers each carried
2. and 7 lbs. overweight respec-
tively.
g> On page IS
of Barbados

h.l.i ,
Fairrhitd I
|
delegation
...
1 the gritv-
.
A ion i wat also
ippoinied
i senlatlon. Two
Auditors van .;,pointed and
I
Mi e Csuneroa Hawltt They
were proposed by Mr tMgrave
- Ilin*.

J E. T. Brancker. MX P P
dent In the chair Ml (' F.
Talma. M.C.P Secretarv Mr. C
E. St. Hill. Treasurer Mr K
Mi' I.
'. Mr. C. Cobham. Mr.
A QlUtfia, Mr S Crick. Mr C.
Green. Mr. M Barrow. Mr. I-
-\ Will. II I P Mr. W.
ve i. Codrtng-
ton and James Tudor. MA. Wore
(he thr* rruataag,
J'ca., All Stars
Draw Series
JAMAICA. March 1
The football series in Jama km
ended in a 22 draw lo-day as
Jamaica beat Caribbean All Stars
one-nil in a tame game. None of
the members of the teams showed
I .is in the three form i
COBpttttg such outstanding
I players as Kruin of Sunn,mi. the
'..t iuiward ("..in.,dves the Trini-
dad goal keeper, Lester Allcoek,
the Jamaica it u
Eplurse. Jamaica's left half.
Jellu- Heron, the Glasgow Celtie
i ti>i' -simi.ii. tuned out fui
jamakH suffering
injury to his right knee and took
little pait in the game. New-
comer (iieene who occupied inside
right position In this mate
ihe lone goal after beautiful
passing by Allcoek.
AN APOLOGY
The 'Advocate" wishe* lo
apolotuc I o Mr. A. II
lla,ralllon-lltll for publica-
tion af an article entitled
"New King uf Guana Island'
which appeared In this
newspaper Irom one of our
i ormpondsstta.
This article, u haa since
been discovered, contalacd
many Inaccurate and mt-
leadlnc statements.
We regret any inconveni-
ence caused lo Mr. Hamil-
ton-Hill.
THE FAMILY
DOCTOR
In keeping with our policy
of obtaining for our readers
the best possible advice on
subjects of importance, the
Advocate h.v <
tiling Doctor to -I-
medical gurries.
The Family Isoctor will In-
unable to see any ;,
personally, but you can send
Bin roar questions and
II.i' .ii w.t will appear
every week in the Evening
Advaeate.
There will he no charge
medical adv.-1
loiters will be treated In
confidence. To make abso
lulely sure you are
not to sign your real name
to your query but lo write-
under a pen name. The
answer to the question will
appear under the pen name.
Letters should be addressed
to The Family Doctor, e/o
The t.dllor Ad, ecatc. gsrlgge.
tuwti. gad musi reach Urn
office by Wednesday god)
week.
The first series of rcpliv-
to medical questions will
appear In next Monday'*
arming Advocate.
i ! im;i|.'- To lit'
Discussed Tuesday
People who follow poUl
HI looking forward to the dis-
cussion which is expected to be-
gin on Tuesday over the Esti-
mates.
Subjects of discussion during the
latt political campaigning far the
I tenOU wen- ll .! iiij;, E lucilion
and Emigration and the people
arc looking forward to see whit
plans are being made for Hous-
ing and Education
At present the Housing Loans
Department is making loans to
.i.. worttan of tin Sugar in
duslry and the House, building
programme at ihe Government
Housing schemes ;ire being con-
tinued.
A < i rosftowar of tbg debates
in the House anticipates lhal the
Hoaae will be packed with mem-
ber! af the community who wish
i<> hear the discussion on the Esti-
mntea.
The House may sit every dav
for i few days to get the Betl-
male* fitu
U.N. Raiders
Batter Reds
By Land, Air
HTII ARMY HEADQl \HTK1: ,,h I
AHM tank al
'. rrttorj inside Ihi
*'hl* u N, "* pluiei
iHnkl in tile Mtnur fceclnr.
United Natl ns ral lei imp
1 !! inilllrr
' J""1"""*' """'"'.' 0UI
i Ihe "Iron Trlangl, Real Communilt Mnrtir
firo forced ihe UN raldir team to return
Bnmb laden Ml Mu Comin pound-
VULEZ2 ''' ''"'k, '""'"' ^p-"-1 ""''" <'
i yonnrang doMroyteg three and dam-:
irmoured vel

Kirkwood Bsdaat
Question Of Tgxet

Hun
KIM1STOH Fell 2
liuU-,1 Kl.kw,Kl Ba,
Till STABT ol thr Mhllh whh* u Heven ind H.ll TtulwrL
aMl Mr. N. M Imab*'*. IMdri rlddrn by Heleffr wm lh# wlnwr
Nine horw. nu i.-l
Foreign Minister To
Discuss Arab Fact
By WALTKK COLLINS
CAIRO, March 1.
Arab circles believe thai the Spanish Foreign Minister
Alberto Martin Artajo will discuss the possibihtirs
creeling a Mediterranean community pact with Arab statL..
when he makes his six-nan m swing through the Mideast
in AprU.
Out of the six Arab nation! Artajo is scheduled to visit,
three have Mediterranean shorelines, three othera are
woven into a Mediterranean pattern by their nlationa wilh
their neighbnura and an overall Jefence blueprint for ihe
eastern Medilerranu
MAN SHOT
ANTIGUA. March I.
Al five o'clock this mornine it
portod thai
Clarke, a Kirth*r was shot by
;i clerk "> a rum
d by Lawrence Gon-
t| B
It is sail! that six I-
playing with u automi a
.iid m weapon discharged.
Clarke was hospitalized In a
critical condition with a punctur-
ed stomach wound.
Cyclist Injured
B* hi Young, a labourer of
Passage Road, St. Michael, was
treated and discharged at the
Hospital yesterday at
about 7 p.m. for injuries on hi*
face and neck after he fell from
his bicycle which he was rldmg
along Dank Hall Road.
The bicycle was not damaged.
Jap Trade Team
Off To lirazil
TOKYO. March 1.
Four trade anil Hiliiku nillci.il:.
left by air for Bran) lo partici-
pate in Japanese trade ulk-s v.ilh
braziL They were- accompanied
by Koichi Takani, m .
led head
office I
Boen

LARGE CROWD
AWAIT FISH
n.^la?e crow'1 wiitad in the
Public Market for fish from about
2 o clock yesterday afternoon. The
' Ufa was brought
in shortly nfter three o'clock. This
nested of a large Hlue
Peter shark, about six feet long,
and a dolphin.
The dolphin was quickly sold
but only a few people appeared
to be interested in the shark. They
_ were waitL.
DJ* boats would
;lng to j
Id bring
see ' the lata
flying Ash.
Ill MM I HOI I wins
Results At
A Glance
I IN
Hall,.
Ml*.
li linilni
i man .\r,.
>T AltMINtl .H.ld...
"IND. .1.....-.,,
ll>M-lllr ,|..n>i
mi am i i. i
ni \t,i i rqi i it ...!.,,
t MllilVtl il>>w|r
I II Mill. II,., I..
tii.ii axis
-'iiiiniii r ii.ui,.
'i i taw ---mini
MLHAtr iU..N.(l
-I\IH IAII
I'OIJiai M -ll.lder.
"*l <" KIT I .1. h....
i iimii a\i i
:n-I ll lla|,.i
ivi i.am tfn.a,*.
I TMI.SKl.t. iH.li.1
II1HI RAIT
i siii;a ,qiM>i>
MARt ANN .1.>..,
it...- mm ii i..
NIMH RAC*
I "Ml I N N .-.,.
! I"I!K.,.IIS !.....,
rrrrra wins .. .
Egypt, I*banon and Syria arc
detituieiy Haditarraiic m ..ui,u -.
while Jordan and Iraq us* the
Lai^nese capital Beirut as their
por'
luqui oil How. to lirnnM.I- ll
Tripoli.
6 udi Arabia's oil flows through
ihi Persian Gulf to the ll. i B)
tin ,. to the lledlterTeMan nhili
M . terminal in U-banon
All these eountrn ..re united
b> the Arab League Lli-iNi
At this time when Egypt in pai -
tirjlar and other Arab
K'llng through
t.,ge whrrvin their interest some-
times conflict wilh their suspicion*
of so-cdled imperialist,
powers a Meditei |
nrty Pact along the lines of the
European community pact I- re-
""'"'Ing considerable support
>n the Arabs.
FJP.
Scouts Leave
Tomorrow
rin mala body of scout* of the
Barbados Contingent for the iir-i
CariblH'iin Jambwei which takes
lil.ue iii Jamaica will UviveSaawvll
Alrpotl .it IM pjn sfefiday
Si.nits jre ggkad to lie at the
" U.l'i I'll
The party lag
Ma)..r J E Grlfflth. V E Mj -
Ihewa, k < iM... h D .i
E Thompson, Cnpt. R A S. i
T. Carter, M Husbands, V lin,i
H. Lewis, N. Quarlean. L Quin-
tyno. 0. Ruddnr, O. Bptingei
D. Trotman. H. Turton. A DTatl
waite and Cecil Walkes. Thew
scouts will travel to Jamaica v)
Grenada.
Al 7.30 p in Mi.- BBUM day Re*
1. i- Mnllalieu who is attached u
Um Conungenl will laavo Seai'
for Jamaica via Trinidad
.
party i u a
tasMlini b> for Ihe ttiet oepor
ii,.,
up some
luartars
- ..........wo*, n; nu of
'' "'"- Um Lagliiauv ,''." '"' ':' u" '"" >"
OU.HII artlng Govermiin.
"take urgenl r.-p^ntatlon, *"
Ihe British Government la tb tstrove**'
,-ffect that lirilixh Comounv ia.i.1' '" "....." ''" "''
should not be cnargST on The
Proflu f Briush eonretru 11.?."""" SJ" ,rv *,^ ^ be
'espen u' protlU earniri mini ."' """ "'V'"' "' f"u' monnV
"Parations m Juui !, ...
rtUsh colonies, provided t, L U,rk u' "
uch protiu are retained in ttu
tcrritorie* in which they *n ,.ari,
tr ihe deve^opmeiit ami
1 ..gneulture and nidi. I
1 pared'
liy.
(soriiiuiiH Jubiluiil
HAMBUIU;. March I.
JubUant Germans set bonuro
an tho fortreas isle uf ilcligoi-,. 1
'letjraring its return t> the,.,
.fter seven years of ,] ,
ane practice bombing un I'.
former submarine base. Tin-
tlaoa 2 pailgg .,ti ti. Bjuunlatid
overs only 181) m re*. Aft-i tori
iications ware blown up und. 1
.llritish occupation, HritUh and
,. 1 uilod Slaloa boiiilwrs tkted 11 for
I practice Urgcl. l r
CottliUoQ Govt.
To Be DitHnisseJ
PARIS, Mann
General Charles De Oaulie
French People's Rally leader, an-
nounced after a Party caucus IhJt
he u wilting "to discuss with Pi
mier Designate Paul Reynaud his
proposed programme of Rational
Ul t% Givernmi-nt '
' ll the first indication si
iB4j that De Oaefla*i group which
now |i the strongest singh PartJ
Nations) Assembly was
willing to discuss participation
in a Coalition Government unsl
ll Tensed the chances of
eteran Conservative Reynaud
forming a government to stave on
national bankruptcy.
-UP
EDITOR DIES
N1 M v EtK
Keith Kcat Spceil T2 Execut
Editor of the New York iun I |
i43 until a BHTged with the
New Yark World Telrgrnm. 1 -d
IT.
Miners Rejectt
Compromise
SANTIAGO. Chile March I
Six hundred striking miner
who rinsed the big nltr..'.- pl.mt,
Marlg Bant ,,, 1 pg i,., vaidivia
in Antofagasta province rejected
a compromise formula presenterl
by the Labour Minuter t,, .,)<.,
in. ecmonuc dispute with the
entent
Then the Minurtei flew to Iquiqe
where 2,000 Communist eon-
1 Itrate miners wegg kcUV
in support of the petition. The
woikers refused direct talks with
the management Yesterday po-
liee arTssrted four striking leaders
eftar throwing tear gas bombs at
,. workeri' meeting.
A Communist spokesman rlr-
rulated word that sotw
died during police intervention
Thi* wgg denied I
ties and the Oov
v.r
AGA KHAN IS
ISJOLATED
NICK PRANCB, M
The fabulously wealthy Aga
Khan la] mnptuou"
bedroom al Villa Yaklmom
n-ar C'anne* cut off from hU
friands by doctors who feard
he, heart mivht stop.
The 74-yi-.i-uld rfftlfl
Odled 111 Pierre Duchossal, Gen-
eva heart specialist within a few
minutes of his arrival yesterday
by special chartered plane from
NVw Delhi.
Mentliers of the Aga's bOUaanOllI
said his state of health gave "no
.lllxlelv' but Dtiehoi *
ordered complete rest tM '
1 the servanta to lurn away all
alter* IT.r.
ON OTHER l-Al.l |
1 Carib Callinc
3 1 a e sa a, Ciardeeliis
11,in.. Feim 4nd i.it
den. nil( Notes.
4 It....1.,. 11 s 1 1; .
1 Mm... < hii. ( kali I
^Miminiiut.
| Blwsng t'lrrle; Tups in
lash Ion
7 -II,
1 I.IIIi.iuU
I Saw Naples \,
lived !
ie took Review; 1
News
11 Art l Tamer 1
It OaMiaa.
IS Comic Slrlp*.
ta Shmrtliis Raee%.

-truck west of
i!. "usU ghost
vn ..null once dominalad the
' sal t Communln bin
uiincl
1 conv

Mil.11 patrol east ..I -i
dung Ni valley Um night but were
1 '.ve-tnuiutu
'
Keds Kepulsed
1 20 I'lunmun-
isl soldiers was r>puUed by small
Jirma fire as they a'tempted to
probe an Allied position In the
name area. One hundred rounds
.if Communist mortar and artillery
d in I'.N. posi-
tions In the "Heartbreak Ridge"
1 in Hie nigh'.
1 Sghtei txannati

!; while knocking out
'urns and
inflicting M
traeki in I 1

and damaged 30 lo
'.inn on

hides ind
.
nipplv rarti 18 '
-c.r
Graham Creena
Talk* Of Vmedo.iv
WASMINGTO:.
i author Graham C.
m New York, after
irlia had been temp r
lndo-a
oauaj ho once, "in ..
I to trie I
neM l'..''v and .inm*di-i.
,;n with s-me -Jinwd ar..
ma-ks about the c s
'I like Amenc.-i and |aW
he said W
Truman Will Tulk
Ob Security F'lait
WASHINGTON, March I
President Truman will addr*
B on the mirfDnl sevurln
proKrmme next Thursday night.
The White House announced the
broadcast and television plan- to-
day on the heels of reports that
iinistratton dc-idcd to
fight any cut In Its proposed I7.JW0
million new foreign
ill spe:iW
rraa 10 30 to 11.00 pm r. s t
over nil major radio itiui television
networks
Josepli S: 1
will send CongTi his rfiues' f'^i
military u |M fund-
t about the sjW time as his
I V

REPORT DENIED
CAIRO ,-
I'.sha de
1
Rillain ha^ agreed to the UJime-

Zne and retognilion of Famuk
King of Egypt and th. '
OP
Arms Production Drops
Ut'NQt'ERQt'e. Crossdey up. winnlnt the fourth race which was abons seven and a
In >astcrdaf'i racing at the Girrlson Savannah. Cardinal, ridden by Yvanet, was
VIFNNA. Mnrf
Slip shod production in Ihe
Prague branch of Can I
kla's giant Skoda Armament
patent of
material to Russia, the newspa-
m Mlada FraaU admits
The newspaper said that at tho
branch factory in Prague "in the*
past year the bad and faulty
11 C0*t our economy
twenty seven million crowns
(IJJOO.OOO).- It added
I iosse occurred
-the insufficient use o(
ery and htgn absentr
said that the plant I
reach N
"ta for 1851
Al beanchoi of Sk-
bine are i>elieved to
duclng arm merits for the Rus-
sian war

Union''.
lUeeotly the
ment pl-i 1
on the
output deniaiiil.:.^ tii.it SS per
cent sjMgi
12 than m |ffg| rp.
U)hanswsJi Ijau -
(bihanqsi G flardy
Dinner, Luncheon, Birthday, Weddinq. or lor
your own quiet enioymenl at home
K. W. V.
can add to that enjoyment, as
K.W.V. WINES are QUALITY WINES.
Popular throughout Great Britain, Canada
New Zealand, Sweden and many other coun-
tries oi the world, including the British West
Indies.
And in these burdensome days oi Hiqli Cost
ol Livinq. K.W V. comes to your rescue also.
K.W V. WINES COST MUCH LESS
than Foreign Wines ol France, Spain,
and Portugal, because K.W.V. WINES
are admittod into tho Colonv under the
British Preferential TariH.
K.W.V. Paarl Tawny. K.W.V. Cornalion Wine.
K.W.V. Sweet Vermouth, K.W.V. Dry Vermouth.
K.W.V. SPARKLING WHITE WINE.
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ROODAL THEATRES
II.M KING OROBOI VI I.MII TO RKST
* <.l OBI 'vr,
MMIAV ADVOCATK
SI Ml XX MAK< II . US*
tONN (.MBit

B
You hat
lowed Hi. Majesty'i
to m ire raM at da*
is pulled IhruuEh W
leaving \lVstD-.nit. i
sion.
,.t all
he Ant part of the otrmn ceremonies that foi-
passing now invite you
moving scene* which clmsx as the gun carnshar

n -in in everlasting sleep.
i ihs fT.ilt-lMng concur
See. >-vcn be :.-.
royalty -in reprttsntaUvaa In lUnera] proces-
lour
<>xy . royal theatres
from today an i conlinui; .
rly if iuih.
^ BIIIIM WDXIH
' un'iiwiw
1MK HAW WITH A u.lHK-
I I .1 GOTTEN R.rri STARWYCK
1*1 "w lo* ia ih>i tf Faa
TOMOI1KOW AND TfttDAY 4.11 & s 10 I' M
A Omltfe I,,.** IU. rll Md Vita. _
* MV* MIX
I >l I* I II I
IOIIM Is ItrCSDAl 145 # ftJS Mft
THE VttOVIUfc*
AOo\v>\\a\ Vxe >wo.meo....
\o^e. \oo\- omf(Mna\
ue WAS THE FIREBALL.,
rOAHIHC TO IHE TOP
VAN HEFLIN and
EVaYN KEYES
ah JOHN MAXWELL
CATHERINE WARREN
EMERSON TREACY
If'.."rU, by Hua* l,<
From noflflinil norm.
aaosrt Titwae. "flMimrt.. -,
f rW,-*4 ft. p.. ", / i ,
S. P. EAGLE JOSEPH LOStV
*% I. r. cmli ?oouctkw
' I I..I Nrml
O I. V | l I I
II \ I -l/l HOI 111 I
iRIOADIER and Mr*. J B
| f jj I'''* plWMjri
M urn Frwlay iiidtii-
ing by TCA from Canada lor a
I).. were aresmpun-
ted by *awv son *nd
Mr ltd Hn. WT H.
'Young alto of Hamilton.
Other pawrnRw* BJ
thf ss*i*e opportunity from Can-
ada far a hoiidav were Mr. bm!
London.

Jarvl* and Mm. Stanley Con-
vert of Tarant". The> art all
[staying at the Marine HOW.
Canadian Medici
id Mn. A. J. Gilehrtflt
Toronto. Canada who
left Hartwdoa and flew over to
for two dav* to *ce the
Friday morn-
Qouub Calling
D'
are slaying
Club.
SXHWWOOD
fog******""*!!
moil dnftriii Ulna... '
Sin Tawn'l mtl tempting
'' ' untiif!
Ike .-*.-. I I...
Joe Mmoo
Cl OBI PRESENTS ON WEDNESDAY 5th
* 1IIIO I ?.%/ 1
1*1
III! GREAT C4RUSO
BEST of rue
BADMEN
i ""
. ItCHMCOlOR
m
AND
-LOVE All All!
ihmik aoftt lUM Ul NV
thin rti al UJ* efti. rrM>[
I aft*. -
IHII I l-IM -Ik KM.IK
Ml
HW i vn M ihi -n bk^-
iiii mii -*ri ant.
.,.
THE
IRON CLAW "
IIO Y A I.
.....II A HI p.m. Ill', mil III I
FIGHTI,'G,
|lAUOHINoTlOVINO
IORHSRIRIAKS
.ok oioavi
Buy Now
and Save!
GLASSWARE
BUTTER DISHES .......... 45c. ch
HEAVY PINT TUMBLERS .. 36c.
SNAP GLASSES (1 gill | ...... 12c.
CHEESE DISHES ........... 24c.
NUT OR CANDY DISHES 27c.
LEMONADE SETS ........ 166 set
Ktmiixn \re
FINE TEA STRANERS 20c. each
STAINLESS KNIVES ........ 30c.
SOUP PLATES ............ 44c.
DINNER PLATES 40c.
NO. 2 LAMP BURNERS 38c.
FLY SWATTERS .......... 26c.
SCRUB BRUSHES ............ 20c.

. \v. in n iii\so\
A til.. 1.1II.
DIAL : 4222 ::
Broad Street.
." bv TCA They
at -i. parad-> Baaai. .
Hnt-I Propri-ln
MR. AND MRS SHESV
4ii> are lh ownara of
hi IW-mdN ar* r
B"rbadoa for -i *t'
i| Paraittaa Heirh Club.
Thev pa.r.1 throutti hera on the
RMS f.rlt; Rodnev on Mondav
dftwn to Trinidad
il l*v TCA. on Fri-
d will be remaln-
ln|| i.nlil V...... -
U.K. Buairicsiman
MR GEORGE M CLARKE. '
buainaaaman bn
'-rc on Thuradav by
BW1A from Trinidad on a
abort viatt and la -laying al ihr
Ma.tne Hotel.
On Holiday
A MONO the cueala BULVing at
\.|iiNiu Club an Mi
no Mm. John Manin of Veno-
auala Mr. KaruM la from Wve
Indunlrn.l RrUti.au Depaitmeni
of the Phillip* Petroleum Cot-
Legiilator'a Wife
AFTEn apendlnc thrae enjoy-
able weeka' holiday In
llaihado* ataylng at Indmrnei
Guest House Worth In*. Mm
Janet Jagan returned to Brttath
.Guiana nn Friday bv B.W.I.A.
Wife of Ilia Han Me Dr rhodd-
;Jaan. B.O Ix-taUU)i Mn
Jajan ia a CounelUor of the
Genrfetown Council and Gen-
rt.il Secretary of the Peoplen
Progressive Party
On Inspection Tour
DR H. FOROAN and Mr
c'hri-. Duncan who are both
i representatives of the Max Hae
Product.- <>i the IK lef: tlv
ilaUnd on Friday by n.W.I.A. fo.
. i.in.t aftei paying
".on visit hi-iv Thry wera stay
< Marine Hotel.
:>t Foigan is on an inspec-
thruughuut the West
Indie*, wtiil.- Mr. Duncan whose
'In Jamaica, la
i'it to some of
thr i*Jaiida In the area. From
Bnth Guiana, he cxpecU to go
to Trinidad.
Back Afain
MR AND MRS W. M. WI1ITA-
KrTR from Columbus, Ohio
wn.) '|u-nt part of the winter In
'.'' .utii- 1.. .1 If .Hi- M..V Ia.ii K
i five weeks' holiday.
They arrived on Friday morning
by TCA. accompanied by their
daughter and are staying at Para-
o. Beach Club.
With The Canadian
After Six Weeka
MRS. UKYDON, a Canadian
xvhn had been holidaying
ix Mceiu atay-
Manne Hotel, return-
ed home bg T.C.A. ci Fnd.v.
Leaving; To-day
DUE to leave to-day (Sunday)
by the Celomble for England
are Mr. and Mrs. A K. Tonv"
ltd Ihatr four-month-'il.l
who i
on the mobile -tall of Mc*.i
Cablt and Wireless has been tn-
tloned here for approximately
three yearn, daring which lime he
has been to several of thr oth*r
i.-lands <>n shod it tnidVr*. Hi*
borng in Ragiana] l Dufhava, Mr.
Corrlgagi l< retumlns to England
on long It gvf
Mrs. Corriaan la ItM f..rr--r
Ramona Portlllo, dJUShter of Mr
Ramon Portlllo of Venezuela and
Mn. Portlllo of Bay Street
Attended Carnival
MR. AND MRS. J M. Sharp-
of Saskatchewan and Dr. and
Mrs. MePh.-ii! Of Toronto. Canada
who came out to Barbadoa early
In January for the winter, paid a
visit to Trinidad fur Carnival and
returned on Friday morning by
T.C.A. to complete their holidny
They are ^laying gl the Paradise
Beach Club.
i Priday am Mrs Harvi*. Ool Erie Harvte, Mm. Ron aad Mr. Kar.-
JUST brtor^ leaving for Antlgu.
nalh Ro-a.
Thry ln by Ue "Mwla Cathariua" which m taking part in the Caribbean Yacht CraM. "Biai
anna" la charUrnt b, Oal H.ri# Tha party mil ba mtarniag to Bsrbade* after the crnitr
i Cath
Cancer Specialiat
|"V' and Mr>, Alejandro Calvo
Carnival In Barbados
o QN the Bight Of theM
Brother*
STEWART SARJEAN:
vit to Barbadoa. which 1T1 Barbadian now rcsidr
oinculed with the Trinidad Car- \tw U.S A. left tha inland or
"-^n tha ahjp were neaday by aWJA. for Pu
M",
Lairet who wc reeontl
n Venezuela, arc
;n Barhadog un their honeymoon nival, pawengi
which thev are spending at tha able to get a general view of what <
AatUtfc Club. CaxmvaT looked like when thev R
Calvo ia a Cancer Special- dropped in at Chai Jean Plene
V>< i
(ii>ni Cvntro Medlcn
. m
In Cai
ia) a
the French Restaurant in Hr
The Manageimnt of thi
Venezualan Auditor Leave*
AMONG the paaaeiiitrn return
ing to Venezuela on Fnda'
by LAV win Mr. Miguel Sehon.
Audilor of the Banco Mercantil took "part.
In Caracas. He had been spend- Tha thrUI
ing a holiday here staying ul the reached at n
Aquatic Club. 'set in. So well did everyone an-
On W.I. Tour
PAYING ii visit to the Weal In-
dies in the interest of his firm
la Mr- Ronald Carey. Partner of
Woodhou-e. Carey and Browne
Produce Brokers of Lamdon. Hi
arrived here on Thursday night by
H.W.I A. from British Guiana
Airways back to ttk
He was accompanied by his wif<
Res- '""* *n Stewart Jnr
taurant staged- a Carnival' eorre- ?'P0"' month's holiday bar
spending with that in Trinidad and Mr. Stewart who has pail h
it was deemed a great success. A first visit back here in 33
steel band was engaged to supply is a brother of Mr. ''Bill" S i
the_ music and many Barbadians jeant of the Hastings Holel wit
whom he stayed.' They had m
and climax was aean each other for over ttm
idnighl when Lent decades
Btt in So well did everyone en- Mr Sarleant who tatt hate at
tSLlftC^IS..1."'.^ .' J?*V0 *h* age of 18 Is now waB
make the festival an annual <-nr ...___,*._ .._ . - ....
is slaying at the Marine Hotel
Mr. Carey who has also visited
lished In thr Real E t.
m New York,
here while here he has made a tour
is Miss Francoi-e' Vary and of the Island and saw place he
Mb* Denise Cuddle of Venezue- had not visited when a beg
la. They both work at the Cana- was very impressed by the va
nd dian Embassy in Caraca... improvements the island
Embaisy
AT PRESENT holiday in,.
Still Holidaying Here made and was overwh,
MR. HAROLD BEATTY. until ,h hospitality of the people.
recently General Manager of expect*- to return next year.
the week by B W.I A. for Jamaica trie Montreal Board of Trade and h..,:--.- a, A Ptaaiia
before returning home via New Mrs. Beatly are still holidaying In 0uinc" Ar-d rleaurc
- York about the and of March
tlarbados staying at the Windsor
TN BARBADOS for two wrrl:
Second Vi.it In 4S Y=ar, "^? l^^T^ L &*
A FTER spending two and a hall ln f""1 ' C*na* ln"'r
They expect
In the
S oraygasa aa
niontn.
* months' holiday In Barbu
dos staying with his relatives Mist
Ivouisa Green and Mrs. Lilian '
Mr. James Oreen of Brooklyn, re-
turned to the U.S.A on Thur-d..y
by the S.S Fort Tawaahesvl.
Mr. Green is a Barbadian who
had been living in the USA. for
the past 45 years. This was hi* hoHdar They are staying
second visit to the colony during indramer Flata. Worthing.
Manager of John Labatl Lid..
ol the oldest brewer- in Canada
i'*. ...:... 3..I. Ho arnved on Wednesda.
Co-operative dank TCA BCCOB1Dnie0 ^ hll,\vll,
Manager and is staying at the Hotel Royal.
RR1VINU veaterda) morning Mr. Graydon has been to the
by B.W.I.A. from Trinidad Caribbean before .but thi*
Mr. and Mrs. Percy Philip
ivho have come ovar for a month'n
at
that period.
He begs to say goodbye to
.11
Mr. Philip, a druggist of Port-
of-Spain, is also President and
^J&STi^JE^ Unabfo t0 C0R" Managing Director of the Trini-
dad Co-operaUvc Bank.
St. Kilts Barrister
by
before leaving.
Official Starter
BENNETT. Official
arter of Races, hitiv. I
. B.W.I.A. on Thursday and i-
laying at the Hotel RoyaL
For Tha Race*
MR. O.
Sturti
first visit to Barbados. H.'
said that he was glad to be here-
in this climate because when he
left Montreal It was very cola
with lots of snow.
Scout Raffle
CONGRATULATIONS to Miss
Joan Weekes of "Brigs*
Collage". Gun HID, St. Michael.
who won the Boy Scout raffle. The
MR. N. TAWIL, Director of arrived on Friday by B.W.I A. and
Faulkner Trading Co.. and will be remaining for two w.-eks
Mi. TawH, arrived OH Thursday staying at the-Hotel Royal,
by 11 W.l.A. to attend the Races Mrs. Rigley is thr Owner Of
The* gn sUvmih at the Ocean Columbii-s which raced at the
View Hotel. Garrison Savannah yesterday.
IN Barbados chiefly for the U.
are Mr. O. P. Boon, Barrister- prize was a Phillip* Sports in<-i
at-Luw, St. Kitu, his daughter bicycle and the winning numbe
Mr*. C. O. Rigley and hi- daugh- was tog
ter-ln-law Mrs. 6. R. Boon. They
From Carnival
MRS. 1 V. SPRINC1EH I
"BesgUoa", Rivei Road i\'-
turnfd from Trinidad on Frida.
morning by B.W.l.A.
>ver to see Cai
She went
ival there.
The Barbados Maternity Hospital
TRUFORM FLEXIBLE FOOTWEAR
FOR CHILDREN
%
IDEAL FOR
GROWING FEET
MADE BY BRITISH CRAFTSMEN BACKED BY
OVER FIFTY YEARS EXPERIENCE
SUPPLIED BY YOUR LEADING STORES
II II V Y
io Ml in it aj iu
hi mn in i ra
F-RJtOl.
THE MATERNITY HOSPITAL is situated at Bank
II.ill. and waa re-oonverted from u building which was
former.v a private residence.
The grant by Colonial Develop- Clinics are held weekly Thg
maul and Welfare Organisation ol Ante-natal Clinic is held twice
C24.O0O in 1U44 for the establlsn- weekly.
mem of the Barbados Materni'y Patients aie IsslefVsawed by the
'.. am sub ting Matron and are given a
over by the Government in iB47, physical examination by tha Vuat-
*as the answer to pubUc critiels.n lng Obstetrician and all details are
over thr lack of proper training recorded. Treatment is also given
r.iciiitie. for nuowives in the to patients.
On Clinic days, besides the
Tiio Maternity Moapital is under 'outlnc check-up. patttsml I
the direct control of the Director ..f siructed in all the essential
Medical Services and Is supervisee} fetors which make lor good
by a Matron and Visiting Obstotri- health dunng pregnancy. The |m-
ctan. assisted by a staff of trained l>ortance of an adequate diet ii
iMidwives stressed with its important ele-
Tha H'Mpital has aecorrunodn- ments of meat, fish, dairy produce
twenty mothers and their Hull and green leafy v.-
babies. Patients are encouraged to seek
Twenty pupils are undergoing be services offered at the Conk
training constantly. Of these, tan ln "* *a*W month of prriinaney
trained nurse* undergo a 12- and certainly not later than the
im-nth period of training prior to l*lh month. Dental services are
sitting an examination for quail- also available,
fying a> mldwrves. while ten Thers is a Theatre for th-
untrnmed puplla undergo eighteen delivery of the babies; a nursery
months' trai:unic. Examlnation.1 for normal babies and a nursci..*
are held every year. for premature babies.
After delivery, mothers are en-
muraitcd to attend the post-natal
ilinics where advice is riven on
the care and feeding ol \-.
There were 42(1 dellv* rl
ing the year 1951 There *
2.874 ante-naul attend.as
300 post-natal atlend.i
Although every patient who
attends the anle-natal c inic cannot
have her baby in thr Hospital due
to ths limited accommodation. Un-
number seeking the services
"fTered free at the Maternity
HogsyMal have Increased Bi 1-.
On a visit to the Maternity
Hospital recently the Advocate
wag particularly impressed by the
-ixitlesslv rlean appearance of th-'
llosphnl, both Inside and outside:
the efficiency of the staff and the
cheerful, happy and restful atmos-
phere prevailing
Nut only do the patients receive
every car* and attention at the
Maternity Hospital but the Colony
can bo justly >>roud of the up-to-
date training facilities offered l>
young women who are interested
In making midwifery their
. neat ion.
GENTS' SHOES
TAN & BLACK KID OXFORDS SUM & SI1.5K
TAN BLACK CALF SEMI BROT.UE OXFORDS 1I.W
TAN BLACK BROGUES ........................................................... 1L
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YOUTHS' TAN BLACK OXFORDSX* I* * BM
T. R. EVANS & WHITFIELDS
DUl 4oa
YOUR SHOE STORES
Dial 4220
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' ADVENTURES OF CAPTAIN FABIAN"
V STH AT I PJI. Mill mti ATtllDAV STBt
'iiab^ tmm1g rmncA crrv I wa.i- ,t.i .
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PLAZA CINEMAS
AMB i
TODAY ft TOMORROW '" > -
"ON DAMiFROlS GKOl M"
IJ'IMi RYAN In
aim ih. uon ioi shwi. "CACTUS CAT-UP"
rttunaoAV mm i pm
CONQUEST OF CHEYENNE
Wild Dill tlJ-luTT .. Hrd Bidet A,
ALIAS BILLY THE KID
SSSOM
wl lANCASUS
MAN OF BRONZE
nnARFEN MAI, .,
TODAY and Continuing DAILY * 4.45 ft 8.30 P.M.
I'tPFY TFCMUK-OIOrl MUSICAL
ON MOONLJQHT BAY
DOH bUrSLAI JACK SMITM
- TVYff'9 A fiROWP
DOH IS DAY QOPDON hUrSLAI JACK IMITH
Alw Ih, Caiadul Carlesa _
rgNtNO *OOM< hkos aa-ni-CAf*l'
REAL GLORY
Q^ry COOVVa D-vld mvCN Andfr. I.RIM
IH.HTIN ii] M RIO
CiHlar '..... iu is m
LEAVE IT TO HENRY
*kSS**SSM W.la,irB. WalU, SJbBjM j
SIERRA PASSAGE
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LUCKY LOSERS
L*o OorMv Th 8w*r* *.. 1
THE PIONEERS
BRS
CAIETV
The OarseiiSi. James
TODAY t, TOMOStBOW SSO I'M
MAT TOOAV .* PM
VOICE OF THE TURTLE
SimM StoasM. Brnr Pir a
LOOK for the SILVER LINING
Color br Tootatokatt
OordoB StMtU* Jim I
TfBVDAY ll>l ass ru
THE GOLDEN NAD0NNA
HOMICIDE
hasat DsasfJa
*


SUNDAY. MAKt II 2. IU.-.J
-I \ll\Y lliliK \ll
PAO.l. IHRl.l.
at thi: rrvKMA
On Moonlight Bay
US < .11.
Gardening Hints
For Amateurs
Annuals in (icneral
With the ukal weather that we
have had K> far thi* voar annual*
should have made a good start.
LAST niRht was ttie gala upemng ol the new Plmza Once a garden can be adequately
Theatre in Barbareei. Road-the third theatre under the watered, thto u justthe wuether
mna?ern.-nt of Caribbean Theatre. Ltd. to be opened in ^S^SSSC^S^S .U
the island Tu mark this important occasion, the manage- other annuals love. Some people'!
merit have selected ON MOONLIGHT BAY as their feature Snapdragon plant* are already a
film and It would be difficult to find mare refreshing and *o1 ,filhj^JJf11-* aMU*u '*
appealing: entertainment. Dora Day and Gordon Macrae ^AJthouaihlkrww that ia*t well
Warner Bros, popular song and romance team are starred when eui must take first bUw in
in this amusing and lighthearted adaption of Booth Tark- value, yot thare are other* *tuch.
Ington. famous "Pandro" stories, .ha. is a gay family tSStSfSSSftS E
FARM A1W GARDE\
THECWUH M 1 |H> Af.llltOLA)
Follnu
II I
local cottage indu
not nenpanlj (;.! Kil ... II i' W think H wil
mit.ed that then* are exposed hillsides and i. ai. nal lands
In .he hands of peasant propiwter* as mil .i U iMd ploti.
in seme of Ihe dry. amafafc it village area- winch couli1
v turned to account if pla: I ly trer
1 I.ik.l......n-M,.,!!,,^
il U..
B.B.(. KADIO NOUS -
iaa conaidarjhld value mmmrr
U . "h in iVmaud. TTv
ir.<1 Broad, ast & torn-
comedy, with music.
The beauty of a film like 0*
is that the enjoyment of it knowi
no age limii and Ita youthful verve
In delightful to all.
With a background of n small
town in Indiana in 19)7, the story
concerns a young tomboy mlu
who Is much more tn
baseball than romancinc
under the Indiana moonthat -i,
until a young collage senior mnkm
his appearance and changes her
Ideas. Romance follow* Q
tally no time at nil. but iu path
alas more thorns than rowea, what
with our hero believing in Frvo
Love and his kv/eethe.
batig dead against hb suit either
Free or otherwise! Huweve..
graduation day reveals the f-wt
that all the senior men have an-
listed to go overseas, including our
hero, and possibly due to this fact,
hli Ideas of matrimony undergo
a rapid about-face. Parental
blessing is finally given, and
everyone is happy.
The plot includes many hitan-
ous episodes, mainly contributed
by the eleven-year-old hrother
whose propensities for Retting in- him
to difficulties are only equalled From
by his ingenuity for disentanglin? mem, that
garden for their beauty alone.
Queen Ann's Lace
Queen Ann's lace
those, and although It la only

' juic.
into pre
i ive seen the "an
um of hi th<
Uah Gut- i

thick, but a.
Durin|
'
o Con I >n
I urn re- '
qualm

i> led, h
The follow
large!) m lnfor-
l nation .- hi ..ted in Ih.
Institute
ell kit

uu.t very .. (. ; "< .i-.i. re.i iih
rr is used ex- Carl)
iration. some ,,,., r,m KuaUl d
ii! titf Uuwcr v...... l...... i .. ... ..... sv....... *" '"'' "it
nulrittvi
,1
ii > i't'rn P,
IMiKIs 11A1
ment:,r%
March 4. is lludgt-L
ia> in Britain
rears the imr <;- M ..I Overseas
the Budget
peaches lor elf. and hi unsuriiaaacd in uainiv '" '" H"
loneliness The plants r,>w I "
.bout four fed in ML*' and I
loiters are pure white, and. as '" "M.ft? '""
Ihe name implies are fir .1 light '-1 lH' ""' *"bj.vt el
It looks lovrl,
STown in a border with other menury on Thursday lit 9.4.% pin.
iowen. or In a bed by Hat 11
In .i*te of the fact that Queen |.mcri;ellc> III Millava
Aaa'i Vaee does not lasl very loan o.-ifin... neail
thu Oowcr is used ex-carlck.': GFatnc who uiumed
leiuively for de.^,ration. .on.. m Kul|Ul ,.,,. a'l
even tinting the flower ..,.,,. ,. . ,,. ,,. ,,. E r.
heads pink r blue.
Single Balsam OaMTul Brlggs wUl dWciis, Com- ,
Single Baliam i anothar plant '"unlsm ui Malaya in hta talk^On li,,..
tliul unol of much value for pick- ''"ng ' "'.u: rn the M-iie. .....1
nig but which brighicus up the ll'' !l1 -' Prograromj I he. 1 insny parts of
.hauy spou in a garden. So muct> Pgd world, that*, aaainl 1
has already been written about ":- "' IVrtugur trnveller. !
this plant that ne special des.-i r I ,N
tion i:i necessary here, and this is I1
only a reminder to include a few Col
of Ulese gay little plants here and H that the Com- cum In Uv !
-ignrntnt up country, there. There Is a great variety uiunl.t anny in M -ijmnln :
aruval in the aattle- In the colour of these flowers, and ..1-n.l l.''i' with pis- IVikuiu... Ian kirv of Ooa, sv-
..------is aghast at the killing ofton a new shade can be 20t from luls rifle .,1 a few "' ' large scale factories have
himself. However, one of the of small firl. and the antnnco a friend's garden. Brens a lo m 1,11- been established for Ike prepara-
funnlcst sequence, occurs durma of Miss Lupluo. the whole aln.e.- These plants gro*r from seed or Srmund orianlsau. 1 "' *" nuts lor eatporl
the OlM datebeueean he young phcr, become, charged, and Ih. cu.llng, and like a moist shady ,5 OM ,r In who pr..v, ,, ,
sweethearts. I'll call It the "pow- action never lels up, sool ,\? .1-..1..1.. 1
make vnu laugh, nothing will. M a blind girl, whose men- Red and Blue Snlviia nuts and Intel ,l..ril
tally defective younger brother una "'"* raisin themaelves rely on the regular 11-- |ne ^^ j ^ q^,^ yPB|. There
Doris Day sparkles In her role has committed the murder. Mix salvias arc also amone the '"dance, willing or unwilling
of boyish tomboy into grown-up Lupino is completely couvlncink. .,, .h_, w, d T, ,.,, (it's anybody's guess but let 11, ,.,, .Mh fruiting, after 11 .
young lady and wilh Gordon 11,1 ,., formance U senslUv, and ",,. _. 'uicked anil set U..'li > nothei hundred f Hie kidney-
Macrae, the two of them sing the compelling, and her belief that ,dd eatlv to the ."lour of the For ""' ordinary i.,,.,-iuiiur ai. 1 ,i,.,. .1 ui. in.- siulk 01 peduncle
who hales is gnrden These flowers with their Chinese in Malaya the Common t ,, .,, t, nu| gradually mv
changing the graoafui spikes are also in spite l'arty is bill the lau-.l and 1111 ... nines a Iksdty. turgid appear-
iblltercd police- uj oa.,1,. short ufp V|;ry ~pulHr M lulbless of long line of seorat ce Mtnewhal reaembling an ap-
'" in addition 10 boliuucts and Ixmir ocietles lo which ihey paid thasr la ri ..ppl. n .line l 1.
They grow easily from seed or contributions under thicat of bnghl red or yellow colour and
tuning, flourish under ordinary mutilation or death. The broadcast, .re ornamonu hangingiai
garden conditions, and will do lasting f..i iweiity n.iiiutca wlU be sreen l.glage. In thi
dually well In dry or wcl weather, given twite ou Filday. 7lh. Much .mioned, a mature 11 ee .1
Salvias moke a lovely border .,, 4 15 and again at 10.30 pin '<" HIV-rtSJH '"'.,, '"ii''
to a he.1 Hie reH ,,a,l, ecra-Molle I KM lo 150 lb of apples tlllllUlills
Penrbd" roV. while Mary Wickes. winter snow, logether with well ZmST.^LSZ !uia V, of ca liur Hriii.1. In lualllan Knir '' "> whl'1' ll",ul " "' "' "'
Stella, the cock says her say done dialogue and good acting. ^?garden 5pl0*'"" """"' T,Bri,rh'ESS?Falf^.5' imhuiked nuls are obtain
this :.ii inlerestlng ,nd 'n the larden. The British Industries 1Fair. 1b. ^ in>s,m|, ,
Little Yellow Daisy "ul .? hc'", kTl?l.,rr.ilrt "'lagers, U.....ntira nuU are first
UUle Yellow Daisy "thiHigh Sl""1^,"'^! o a ,, d ?,,, le ''''.....' lr '.....hmn "
uuite uaeleiai for olekinu s.-t "lymnla. Uondon and loan. ,,,.,,, , lh(. K,e to permit the
proldde, a have" bfi of' t, lg "rouiis,..,. lliriniiiUlto... wei. , , ,,. Ktaj-J.'
iieaa in the garden This UUle '"" Industries will Ik di.|.l..>cd i .eleased from the outer huaka
plant grows In sizable bunches BIT. PiMj.' .;p < "u ,......... ,,, ,reatm-il
if dainty greenery which ha. a programmes starling In the cunung rheso pot. hold about one and a
delicious aromatic scent and week will outline plans for Ihe ,..lr 1o [,.,, pouMI of nuts and
when In bloom Is covered in Fair which Is expected to beon re balanced oil threestone, over
hundreds of tiny golden dally the same scale as last yeafa Fes- i low burning i'.ic While heating.
BOSTON Mass Feb 29 "" dowers. U makes .. splen- llval of Britain ll.l.F. Emohwns ihenuU in illrrei with wooden
A tin? nl.-tic ban inside the iM "^ 'dcn or border plant, thi. yea, Is laigely on new ItHal. ladle, and the cxp. II.-d oil cnljaO.
K...M T- SI'.,J M.J U.rl ""ce eslablished Yellow Daisv |.I d.-lgns anm Improved f " "<*> "Pn-- Ar,,r """"
heart of ->''- Mr>r Mary u llm ^ ^ dj^peara ^ whJ.h wlU pnaoou, U,e ex- len ..iiiiute. n^lioil In. ......
... JTo ,a.,r au,"uJ the rainy wealkerTbut as prt trade and otercoow Ihe di- read) fi -
unique operation perfoim- ,..., ou.nlhs come around ,,nUi.... ,.r omterlal. lo ivarm.i- Pi* innkl.sl
a, PI,ra"''B""i".r.o;,r."bng'ld. ed 11 Pcle. Itcnt llnghn, honpi.al. it ^^again^n ^iTuTe 2ttlS I IrS oioid.^l wllUe Wltl wood a*e, ,,.!..
Lupnlo back to the screen after A Uiclle ball I, ajcuredI near a elpected, lUld In a lot of unog- .Thursday next, 6lh. March at a-O dhcring oil. wllh .U bl
her""mourn in the Held of direct- heart valve -which had been In- pecWd place.. It dor* not stand u ,, p .
ing ad producing, and presents lured in a childhood attack of transplanting well, and to get It ""5 P'M'_________________________ T> I
her in the type of dramatic role rheumatic fever established it is bdlor to collect '" I < U" kernel, extracte.1
Us. Robert........ a quantity of dried flower heads ale, not used for bouquets i .let- i.....,i rheie Is a ..-
,, Uv. oonosltc her, and be- The ball slips in place during mi planl lh^. ^ hopC ,hc, oration very often I'eluiiias love ih, .oghou. Ihe W.-.I indlea tor
neili. ih. tw-o of them, thoy each heart beat to prevent the W1U spring Ihe folluwuig year, dry sunny weather, and Uley con- hot e greavn cashew nuts prepare.!
sfe -; brer:ryno::it:rpied ^3^5 *&=* rzsjz
Doctors Pravo
AloveUofCaeplexioninHDays /7]R
untie Kraschan. I
alwaM usad to wake In tho i
- .int. very tired. Now |
tt %\\ (li*.I lii.ln*M -::J
f "Mng full of enorixy
, iin-i in my sbuuldurs
fltlnuB roui.1 my aaki"-
^tafss&^ti^
thta pftins sill owrUlhea. I
Kruschao Halu i.-enfarly n.l
cannot apaak U i Ltghly olitr
KiuschOD ka 1 voo young
botntiso it tona (> tba Uv-ir.
hidnoya and ito-t-ls nd ko^p*
tli*m alt working smuataty mil
m it-ntly Tke reward of this
Internal cleanllneaataafreabonfid
and Inviaoratedbody. Folaonou;
wuli materials ar- <>ipolled and
the pains nr rhoumalisrp^oaaaa.
And m yo'i continue with Kru
-.ben, vour whole body reapooda
%o I
K____
Iheuiloia and Storaa.
FW I lri|Mf, flMwtf
ComBliiion, usi Pelmohvi
Sm U D&c.ois Adtiit.
Veadtag ikla ieeiw.lUlt eravad ihet i.....h .- .
alw.el.ve Wap a. ieireva am- ^~*
aronent in aaaay we. 0i "' I**1"
(Ml eHw-weH. *eh atn wandart-lly
knthta. Caa.a-laoh.nt lain
flnf'.
....., K i-v^. 1
old nostalgic papular songs ol hate destruvs
another era. On Moonlight Bay. instrumental
Cuddle Up A Little Clnaer. Till outlook of the
Wc Meet Again. Tell Me and rm man. Robert Ryan gives slat
Forever Blowing Bubbles are just to the role Qf the lonely offlc
n few of the good old tunes it is dnd his change of character
pleasant to remember credible and natural.
Young Billy Cray, an engaging
and amusing voung new star ob- The swiftly paced chase acen
viously enjoys himself in the against a background of blc
Tiny lUill Keep*
Woman Alive
with delightfully astringent hu- make
mour different film, though it must be
A real old-time movie Is shown admitted that some of the situa-
ln the picture, with the lurid title tions are heavily weighted with
of "The Cunra of Prink." In- sensational elements,
ckdentally, this one-reeler has a
decided Influence on the voung
brother, who Imagines his father
in the leading rolewith disas-
trous results'
Good script, direction and act-
ing make this a lively, happy pic-
ture and there are some excellent
touches in costuming and stage
ON DANGEROUS GROUND Jg""-"
. ON DANGEROUS G^UNn^ ~ |ftW Urlgh
le ball it secu;
alve which had
In," ^producing."' and "present, lured in a childhood
ch Aa
g for weeks on end In
giving no trouble. If. conditions pi, .
-ml them They make one of the bjk leeultg in the 'blew
beds of ur lovely jn u ken I l-l^:,'
Petunias seed them- ,,( ,, pang Of perforated rotary
Petunia selves and once grown, seedlings drnv fnu peri <>f th< i
Perhaps it may be inaccurate spring up the following year all bn I some R.000 H> of
..hie-i. h- 1* an to class the Petunia among about the garden. If no seedlings ro *tcd In tedl pea dallj
The operation was performed on y^,. pItBU whosc flowers are arc available, the imported seeds \y ftve lbs .-f unhuaked nut^ yield
bcr 20 by a surgeon who only decorative In the garden, grow v,,r> easily Icattei M i- IQH of k'
"Tf m^^e,L*li,,wI1.?y,lwho* Is "on described by surgeons fdr the
enSlleS?and^n'aTd'ened by^the nrs, me yesterday.
rounded in hi* dally work, and
consequence. a lonely man
iiked that his name be withheld. Rnd of little
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CLYDE \\ V I.COTT SCORES
LONE W.I. THOUSAND
Kmpir<> Lead In First Division
in 11 ^ TNcw Zealand haa
ind -in. tin. murks the end of
traba and New Zealand.
*iure of Mtt*far-
ian rrtrket hit-
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.1, official fixture*
1
WALC0T1 SCOW i> ONLY l #'
The Mati.-utfan* arm)
no doubt nuke H *
ever record* Uiey haw

is the only player on the V\ i
dies team to have scored more tbaa
one ihuu>;.ii the first class batting averages
Cl>de haa scored 1.01*
23 Innings, (once nol tiuci Un **>
nverage of 49 90 He also put ay
the highest store In lb I
matches of 116
Frank v. d on '
batting list, frank,,
runs in 22 innings (four times ux
out) with an average of 48.44 runs
imd with his htgh<-st scon' 160 no!
arc interesting AUi. li*. njm
Kuy Uarsnall 32.76 an.. Ji '
mcyer 11.17.
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'I -wlcd more th-n
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RACING RESULTS
\i QlMsslW Ml v^n Wl. M \< 11 1
.MOTHER I
14 Race; GARRISON STAKls-t la B and LMW-fUM <**.
SMS. MM': tli>.
I MED CHEEKS
2 FIBELADY
118 lbs
s A Rial
Jock*)
3 FL\ .
DRAGON io. 3 |1m
TIME 1 34 I'AHI-MUTUEL
FORECAST: $10.20
ALSO RAN: Belle Surprise (
(123 lbs., P Fletcher)
START: Good FINISH Close Nelk. 1 length.
4-yr -old b f Link later-Golden Carp.
IRA1NER Mr. J. T. Fletcher
Mr. S. A Walrott. J.. k< i Wihler
W.n $5 32; Place *1 lit. II M
5 lbs.. Lutehman< Ftssi llitdg-t
THE FLYING YASMEEN
Dunqmwqm* W ins the Guineas
Vatontte 's Impressive Victory
in iitmhii
TNI lif. in BflsM things which stack "n the
th.in others W*itit auaes them
......e* according to the circum-
stances. Usually the element of surprise has quite
k lot to do with it. But when you are expo-ting
something to happen and it cornea off, yet still,
;. of that, you stand amazed at the way it
happen.H. then you can be almoet dead certain
trie memory.
the performance of Mr. Tommy Edwards'
-'iid Race: MABfOI HTAKEftCtaaa C as* C2 Mai4e.iftM.
1 CASTLE IN THE AIR 1121bs Mr J R Edwards. Jockey Holder.
2. MAGIC GAVE 109 lbs Mr M F. R Bourne. JockeyBelle,
3 AIM LOW ....... 125 lbs In II M W.;ikt Jockey Croaslev
TIME: 1 08|. PARI-MUTUEL Win $C 70; Pla.e: fl.M, 4.14,
$4 52
FORECAST 159 18
ALSO RAN Devil's Symphony i 109 lbs.. James). The Thing H09
2 lbs., Newman): Radon (135 lbs.. Joseph); Dim View < I
lbs. P Fletcher); Test Mntch (112 4 lbs. M Hrowru .. \l,u-
Ah .112 | 2 lbs. I IM lbs. Wildei) Blue
Nelly (109 lbs, Questedi. Darham Jane (109 8 lbs 0
. ii Flutter (109 lb- Thirkail); Fl It Dlrao < in lbs i.uich-
START: Fair. FINISH Bnt, I lengths, 1 iengta
WINNER 3-yr-old be. Windsor Clipp. a Ailw......:
TRAINER Hon. V. C. Gale
____L .
II
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.......a i acta but tins
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ha upunmi/
lajMst. bui heuiu with a


rttU M/LNa
R ...... I H ** and have scored t-.e
*-* "* i-""i* '"r thna i I ham u,c
anon upeoasl.
n famlllssrlj knowndefeated Carlloi'A.
I IM g.ui,o was a IM one lor UM
"*"*' . .n io.ii luuwiiJig eiiuria,
.op*. l a tueory of pi-ymg Uie bull in
,: agauist the smai'cr Cariton
mat the eium
Caxili/n '. Umi iiieOiuni beiglr. anil tilt' Empire
players numberuig amontl their ranks people like Charles Alleyne,
Algj S.1..1... :., SnuUi, and company musl at ui.ee establiMi
a uignt euge a ,,i un- iivantagR even if w
Igliuie ail on.. (o| ... Li. bvil.g.
-\oi MU< II IO Ci/UUbk
TNlkliE was nut n.mii to chMM balwssati tnc Mum f... tht greater
Ull ojUtalldlllg
rdayai tot .<. bbsm lorawd and half
nut laying tii.it he was
i '.pressed
> had U 'Ken the

1 hai best
i morrow
ano i'" Can Ran win ba
Rtuch
SPAKTAN DEFKA n n
EMI IKK -mplclelv | ,.r uW w.vk to ICON their
. i > Ion Ihll season. It is true
....
parfonn-
i ved to win.
| I I
.. emlnantl log nidaf
Bald iployad bj tha Bank 1*11
U';ili
, landing. He was
m* good by all looal Mandardb
. Rood.
Am iumh 'lid t r i >
.i tlie> I'oulcl li
IIKKOKS
SKIi*i 1 Olttana workwi haroaealb tht hall
.. .:., fact .:. licvci
thought of lobbing the ball ml pponanl area or trj mg a shot
. ? theory of
ung.
College dafaatad Bverton rgsn of two goals t. nil
:n their BXtUBl lle *> *Br
ihis aaaaon command-
Ht-OrdloaUon Harrison
CoUaaja Iku 108000 toi aoaoa Ufa aetmoL
LAWN HAMS, PLANS
T'HE Council Oi tiie (S.nL LOWS lenii, ASBOCtaUOD
decide.! r* 1*> ;''
be held In Jamaica in April Of this year.
Tin is a If >ld bid -n the |
talnly COnaUt4lta aandal undertaking ain<"?
the formati"!: Iatlon.
Jamaica 1* .. ""'* other
British ColonMa In I "" *" boarding
costs an .....
elation Is quite justified in the elluit to place Barbados Association
Lawn Tennis on the map < (
The Council of the A&auciatlun has also acceiXed the offer or
Mr. Neville ( Innd at the Pine Estate and
the Axaoeiatlon plan I I Uon therp and to prepare two
or possibly three courts.
Obviously the Ass." funds to
1 projects and it is hoped that all sportsmen will give the
venture their full support.
Jrd Race: CHELSEA STAKE-*Claaa and Lewer-Waa. SUS, M0)3 '
; KiHbT AUM1RAL105 | tlba ft I I BoOsA
Jockey Holder.
2 MARCH WINDS 105 lbs Mr. U. J Pan., i. inu.
.1 ke, lAilchmaii.
3 MISS FRIENDSHIP 132 lb>. Mr. F. E. C. Bvtheil.
Jockay Yvonct
HML. 1 ov FA1U-MI Ull. Win: J9.30 Place |g.0a I.T3
FORECAST. $34.3:.
ALSO KAN. Water bell (125 lbs., Crusslvy;, Jolly Miller < 130 lbs..
Johni, Sunbeam (121 Ibe., Wilden. Capm, ilt>2 J .. . BOsiO);
I lamanlfna (IM lbs., nurkell). Rambler Rose (1U2 ,. i lbs.,
joaaDii).
BTAR1 i.ood. FINISH; Close, neck. 1 length.
3-yr.-old b.g O.T.C.-tlak.
TRAINER Mr. F. E. C Bethell.
III. KAvr : BARBADOS GlINKAS 1952NominatedS0.M
iflOO.ao. 9200.00. JIOO.OO):.. Furlonm
1. DUNQUERQUC____ 114 Ibe. Hon. J. D. Chandler.
Jockey Croasley.
2. CARDINAL........ 117 lbs. Mr. J. W. Chandler,
Jockey Yvonet.
3. CAVALIER........ 117 lbs. Mr. C. Barnard. Jockey Holder.
TIME 1341. I'AHI-MUTUEL : Win : J2.64. Place $1.00, J1.0H. 1.04
FORECAST : $9.72.
ALSO RAN Seedling (117 lbs., Lulchmunj, May Da> (117 lbs.,
Thukell), Apromiak (117 Iba.. Fletcher). Columbus (117 lba.,
Wilder).
START : Good. FINISH : Clo-e. Neck, 3 lengths
WINNER b.f. O.T.C.-Belledune.
TRAINED Mr. J. W. Chandler.
ma at the Garrison Savannah yesterday afternoon.
I . ..t i.i uy that I knew it waa going to happen, but rather
thai 1 know it ii.ight h.ippen or ...uld happen. I knew all along
of clan*. This goes right back to the nrst time
I look al her breeding and form. By Wattling Street out of
> Sir Perry Loralne and is a sister to such
i dj -JibiMhadneu.. and the Gulden Rood both of which
. ng the highest class in England. Her dam. Yaana, is. in
ted At a most .outstanding brood mare Yasmeen. of course.
i in Hie same light as her baothers but neverthclea*
ted that, for the West Indie*, something above ihe
M-rted. '
I the hJTl that would impirs*. I '
rf tlioroughbreds as something out of ahe
i v.-ii the most inexpei u-tu-ed nowiee
, .-,. bj l.i action In Tnnldad, when she
In lba Wen Indies, it was apparent U
peed She onlj wanted a little more tuna
. | ;.ix furlongs.
, ,, wen aSk. did i came to lav
i. ana-war that few honaa oi tins caabre
a iinle-s something is amiss wll
ag with Yasmeen was very clearly la
I usplayed at exercise, nutbarmoi I -
bar last gallop it was more noficanl
are two reasons
la thaan from my tips.
5th Rare J B.T.C. STAKESClaaaea A *b B Italytl.ioo 00
(HgS.OO. 11115.00. *00.09> 9 turlonaa
I NOTONITE ........ 116 lbs. Mr. C, A. Pi. i r.
leokajS P rTelcher,
1 F1RELADY....... 108 lbs. Mr. S. A. Ulanchcttc.
Jockey Lulclunau.
3 REBATE .......... 127 lbs. Mi. M. E. R. Bourne.
Jockey Quest* J
TIM! I-Uft. PARI-MUTUEL ; Win : $2.90. Place : SI.2B, $1.78. $1.48
J'OKECAST : $10.44.
ALSO RAN Landmark (117 lbs. O'Neill. Slainte (120 lbs., Thuk-
ell), Gun Site, (130 lbs., Croasley), bnbers (108 lbs. lit-II. I
START: Good FINISH EMS', 3 lengths, 1 length.
WINNER bi.e. Fiiiifax-Einprc** Josephine.
TRAINER Mr. J. T. Fletcher.
th Rare | SPRIMi STAKESClaw. and Lower108.00
($390.00, $150.00, $50.00)7'^ Furlong*
i IJOLDRUM .....
2 SWEET ROCKET
LUNWAYS .......
121 lbs. Mi M. M Innlm JocfcOJ liolmi
128 lbs. Mi R.f OIU Jockey Lutehman.
128 Rts. Mi K. D Edwards.
Jockey Yvonet
341. PARI-MUTUEL : Win ; $4.76. Place $170. 5J
I IREJ AST : $18.24.
ALSO KAN : Water Cress (12* lbs., Croasle; Lady 010
lba., O'Nell). Dashing Princess (126 lbs., Jo.
1130 lbs.. Wiloeri, Arunda (121 lbs guested), Topsy (126 Its,
Newman*.
START Oood rOriSa I lengUi
WINNER ch.f. WyndJi-n.-ScreiuO IRAi.NLl; HOB
71k Rare CREOLE STAKES Claaa G *.nd l*tr-4M *'*,
$100. $mj Ht Furlengs.
1 HOSETTE....... 114 lbs. Mr C Barnard
I. BETSAM......135 lbs. Mr. J. D. Hill Jockay Quanta*.
3 TWINKLE .102 2 lbs. Mr L J. Sealy. Jockey Bella.
TIME: 1.091. PARI-MUTUEL Win si.30. place: gljg. a]
n 4UCAET $:.2.
ALSO RAN Gavotte (1S2 lbs.. Crosslex; Blue Dlagaoad < 115 lbs.
Lutchmanj, Joan's SUr (118 lba., Yvonet). PnltngR 11
U|; Diadem I 130 lba., Joseph), Vonwise < 1*0 R, FletcneD.
Billy Boy (133 lbs, John).
START Good. FINISH: Easy. 4 lengths. 1 length.
WINNER: 3->r.-old lib. ch '.. Burning B>iw-Roaainnnd.
TRAINER lion V C Gale
g> On yace 5
i KM above in mind 1 still stood in the Stnd at the
ruiy and marvelled at the way she went about her
tha <<:*-' '"> the jump and Wilder loot no time
.I :-hc had. Harroween was also well oil ami
the two of thom mey held on to Yasmeen for the first furlong. It
early pace such as I have seldom seen exiept b> ..
raoa of the past. But at the half mile both Demur'
.in i Ham II ad enough and Yasmeen careered off in (roni
. length with almost every stride. B%
two luilonn pole "i)d turned for home she had li\i
i Dgtha <>n the rest of the held and at this stage I '<
_,n to slow up. But. nollunn ol :
nils time, and presently Newman waa casing her up en the
post a winner by what tha Judge conservatively estimated to be three
length* She I- without doubt the fastest filly I have ever seen In the
- lii9t- 1 J JlAl
bnak the record. She was only 2/5 above it.
i| any Horse runs the 5W furlongs at the Garrison
in !esa than 1 'HI. they can ship it back to England, as far as I am
i nrerafM,
The uexi moat outstanding performance for the day 1 thought
victory in the Barbados Turf Club Stake*. A colt
rnodoat beginning he has developed Into a big horse
with " lie might have been better at an earlier
M for an unfortunate tendency towards the
proverb!.,I djTj coal whi.h he developed on his visit In Trinidad last
1 loaa Trinidad had a laatc of his brilliance when in
anlta ..f u-mg *ick he defeated the great Lupinus over six furhm-gs.
. he was in receipt of much weight.
i a was not seen to best advantage laat November
and very wlaafo he waa ki'pt at home while the Christmas meeting
With Ihe cooler months upon us he has now benefited as
nd usually do and at this meeting he has really bloa-
aomed .Kit Into Iman, lie won his race yoaterdny with
a in tha Hood tune 1.551 'or the 9 furlooK- and U
i Flatchaa |av Un Ids head and passed
i around the four furlongs pole it was, more or less, a walk
home for him. I cannot aco him being aaatly beaten attain lux the
meeting.
In ihis race both Fire Laojy and Rabat* ran well but while the
former had already raced over 7'j furlongs on the same afternoon.
the latter looked as If *he night have felt Ihe going. The Jamaican
Derby winner Embers, who ran fourth, displayed some mi
which waa not expected by most of la*, but she is obviously'a bit
outclassed in this company.
iuincas was not the two-horse-race 1 expected it to be.
I thought had a particularly good ride and was preseiiu-d
^"'h 0*i for winning the classic. But ha failed at
arhon antatlni U*a Iroteh and Dunqueruue. in
tha best tradiUona of the O.T.C. get, ran on stoutly to win from
nal by a neck. I was pleasantly surprised
*l " s.^ turned in a sood performance for live furlongs.
Iido a i Dunquoi raa one hundnd par oai
Hut she won more or less how 1 Ihought she would ai
ma addition to II i
, coles and so far I give her a very high rating when o i
i MOn With the Jamaiean tide re.x-ding a
m our classics Great pity of pities is it then
that Dunquerque is not entered for any of tl
dad classics. We might have to wait until both arc f..ui
Oil .ii .i llriMht Light meetiin.
i I ifh aaaag fourteen horoaa *tart In .he
itak. that every single one of us is convinced that it i
the most unfair kind of horse-race that could be seen in any part ol
rid. I suagest that every member of the Turf (Tub be given
i p-ii nf hooa two sires too small lor them and they will aooo
it is. I wss moat distressed, but not surprised, to see
a horse making oft in the direction of Dnyrell's Road, whuh 1
> -... flutter. BtlttUndi
i jockey did a One job indeed lo get way with lioth his life and
:e nilyi. Surely this sort of thing cannot COM
Looking arooml for something lo imish off with, what could be
i>erformance of the half bred Rosette. Not
t gnat Andy ever impressed me more. She made si-
>l her opponp-.f. and it was not surprising that she c r her las. over this distance. In fact her time was a l.'lo
but a- the notice board deals in fifth, of a second only [could
Lhla put up. She is another who will be very hard to boat
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-I Ml AY. MARCH 2. 1M2
SUNDAY ADYOt \ I
I'M.I MM
B.L.A.C. Hangar Going Up At Seawell
> thu Flying Cmap4ai>
The Barbados Lignt Aeruplane
Club is making rapid .
M aYUguat It I--: yaw
athan a tiwup ! lot...
G
laurant ana formed the Club
a irui> be col
Pioneers."
A; that lunc these pioneers
; from whnc
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they duitctpjud MM
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conabticUa HaawtlL
I'lulMbl.. tuinwiIOtt il ,
Iva) uf ..ii Auslei
the type of plane which the Club
;i:tf island.
To Call in mantlon the piuneer*
would be an injustice. They
ware: Messrs. R. A- Icard. D.
EdihlU, Jackie Marion Jnr.. M.
Relngold. Slanton Toppin, R.
Ir,na, R. Peterkin, C. Pcterlun, span whicn will be tbe width ol
L. Chase. D. Malonc. F E. Miller, the building.
I. Corbin. S L Johnson. T. A. Mr Peterkin piacco his know-
l. Robert;. E "Dipper*' Barrow. ledge of land nuvtyloi at the dav
A. Jemmott. P. C. S. Mallei. E. A- posal ol the Committee in laying
I Butcher and Squ dron out the site lor itae hangar, pre-
Leadcr Henderson, ring plans and supervising the
Every Club, regardless of list, ork ol erecting the waltabi
rneounii-r infancy and the BUC. was no Site
exception.
The site ul the Qauga. was
Whan ihc House ol Asaaunbl>, a urged upon in cuUaboraliuw *
little over a month ago, were con- Ml Henderson, Airport Manager,
sldering a Bill to amend the Cus- acting on behalf of Cover.unenv
toms Tariff Act so as to exempt Mr Henderson also oiT.i
dinong other items, aircraft and cstloni. u was estimated that lh
.iretail spare parts tram the pay- cust ( ; .iiu be i .
i ustoms duty, Mr. O T. ,hc vicinity of $l.t*Ou and S2.0#.
Allder. Senior Member J /V aW: J1*^ fl3*l* CWb. ? was agreed to accept the offer re-
cub that should not be assisted. ltlvl.d'oy CilWc from ue Altftrr
SaS iSS ^^r^^" C'ompan/ ol a u** "Auto,,,.;,
three scalar aircraft, similar to
the one which was recently How.
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Results Of 2/-
V'whl Sweep
Chut un Sitimmtu? *
The Crawl:
Lff( WotH-iiwnt
Uy I \> 11 l
MAR. 2 NO. 213
The Topic
of
Last Week
Nice to be
in his shoes!
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1TBS

14. itsg "T:
THIS is Uio type of plane which u expected ta arrive [rom England
for tlio Batbido. Light Aeroplane Club
due* a little sport lor . few."
In my opinion Mr. Allder km
nothing about the Club.
Club immediately cabled its
of the Club, were present and
were able to deny these mislead- m
nig ^legations. They knew that <*ianc*-
the Club was opened to anyone Shortly alu.-iw.nds the Club re-
who wanted to loin, flying or'non- ceived a cable informing them
lying member The Bill was ihat the ahipping charges had been
eventually passed- increased by 90 to 3t0, and ask-
SliiJii *"-'""" * ,h0 club lUndl .,.33 nnC h
busineaamaii hi uie City, was r, ,
"IP! "" Pr^sS11 ? ^ yUU AT the Invitation of the Commit-
....... '>*- tee of Management Mr. J A. Skm-
lnc Committee of Man- ^^^t, to aWut lhe on-
agemcni con.pn.es of Mr Wood nrfl (Uon ,of vice-Prendrn.
Uiairman, Mc r.. Mr/Sk)nner's contribution In the
Ruben P-terkli^ Jack.e Marson, fle,d of avlolion ln Barbado, is
ropnto, l-Bnce Jordan, ^q^. He was thr flr-t pcr-
-,.....ll1- WK! "S"' SpStnZ AMOBliMlO-
DsoJl alglOM ..nd Morton Rein- ca||y The commen of expeTi-
"!? Ufc enced aviators who saw thin plane
Two sub-committees wiUkii the
Cuiiiiuuitt uf Management were
also formed, one lor the purpose
ol investigating the cost and Im-
mediate nctiOD of a hangar al
Seawell. and the other to deliver
A-erc favourable.
Invaluable
Of Mr. A. R. Toppin. the Club
will darlva invaluable benefit
.i sariaa'of I^tlurei. to olher iuuii- (rom hi* iibillly and experience In
hers of ih Club on such subjects business circles. He wlU advise
aj the Theory of Flight" and the Club on mailers of a commer-
aUtat related subjects. The lec- clal nature.
lurers in this series are: Stanlon The unsolved problem of llr-
Toppln. Denis Malone, 'Dipper" .nee till laces the Club. Up to th.-
Harrow, Squadron Leader Hen- present, the receipts from sub-
derson and Wood Qoddard. scriptions. donations and the dancr
Tho process of having tho com- amounted to $4,830 of which
pany registered in accordance M.800 was used to open the? letter
With Uie requirements ol the Com- of credit in London There is now
panics Aet, 1910, is being lOOfcad needed to meet expenses In build-
ifu-r by Messrs. Barrow and ine the hangar, insurance and
Malone and il 14 hoped that this other incidental items required t<>
will bo completed in tho near put the aircraft In the air, ap-
(uture. proxlmately 13.0O0.
Drop Ltd. To meet this expense member.*
Application has been made to [eg) Lbnt Itag mcmbeislup should
His Excellency the Governor-in- be substantially
Executiv "
Jon to
in the name of the Club. The io follow the excellent
Company Is limited by personal set by Mr. Roberts.
guarantee not exceeding $48 in the The Barbados Light Aeroplan.
j of flying members and one Club provides young men and TRAINER
Sporis Window
HMtKISuN* COLLIOI
defeated Ev.uon two-nil on
then
school ground* will be meet-
ing Notre Daunt it Kensing-
ton Oval to-in>.rrow after-
noon In a First Division
itx.U .11 match. This game
should be interesting.
Other First Division
matches for the week are
Tuesday, March 4- Fv.
va Carlton
Referee I. F llnrri-
Linesmen O. Robinson
II .1 w Hoyoi
Friday. March 7 Spart.m
vs. Harrison College.
Referee G Amory. Lines-
men D. Archer and A
1 anii
IMvUUn I'vu
Tuesday. March 4 Empire
v. Notre Dame
Referee D. Archer
Wednesday, March 5 Spar-
tan vs. Carlton
Referee O Graham
Friday, March 7 Empire vs
Everton
Referee K Walcott.
in. 1-..... Three
Tuesday. March 4 College
vs Pickwick Rovers at
College.
Referee L. King
Lodge vs. Foundation Old
Boys at Lodge.
Referee II King
Regime 1.l v k'vertun at
Garrison.
Referee It Wilson.
Wandgnra vi Y.M.CA at
the Bay.
Referee F Edwards
Wednesday. March J
Foundation vs Carlton
' at Foundation
Referev It King
Combermere Old B<-> 1
Rangers at Cnmbenneic
Referee O Robinson
Cble ft Wireless vs Com-
bermere at Boarded
Hall.
Referee R Parris
Notre Dame vs. Police at
the Bay
Referee (' Honchford
Friday. March 7. Lodge VI
Cullege at Lodge.
id rerta a Thomn.i
Regiment v Foimdatlmi
Ohl llo
Referee 11 Rutehloaon
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Racing Results aw>i Hum /
Mil. Ksrr: t'ASTLE GKANT STAKESI lavs l> and lourr |H,
I L'SHEK ... Ill UM Mr. M. E. R. Bourne.
Joekev Uucstecl
I MARY ANN ...... 127 lbs. Mr. F E I' lUthell
Joekey Yvonet
3 CROSS BOW 130 lbs Mr. C Barnard. Jockey Holder
TIME: 1.151. PARI-MUTUKI. Win: 81.'.8. Place: Sis" 19s
rncreascd*"and FORECAST: lgU4.
:c Committee lor permii.- hope to Ond many more public- ALSO RAN Colletou (115 lbs., Crosslcyj. Oatcake (130 lbs. 0*Ncil>
drop the word ^Limited" spirited persons who are willing Apollo < 115 lbs., Fletcherj
xainple START: Good. FINISH: Cle, Ss length, I i
WINNER: b.g. Dunusk-Maid of Honour
Owner.

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thai ibm
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r i~>aid o<
I i
' d Itkan and
lit til kll : \'-\ UN ll'i I
.-ill' up and down, no more
" ".li" haail tMe.ikuig the ir-
1 I before, feet pointwi am
turned Inward, aAaJea and km-os
.hit at Oral but slightly supple
later on. Now, iUi IsM w*>
rt Istara t you will find
ig U a far difleieiu matin fi>n
the l-nd prgrtkt Tag V
nor oiiK keep Uu body In a liun-
I 1 iliou but will alsu pu-h
you slowly along. Put plenty *
vigour Into the kuK. bo Ihal t .
.-.it. ,1: itrongU .d-iui v,.ii
(Mj
At in si you will hod this cx-
1 i j Urtn| Uut ki-rp it
up, and make it a iule in tutu
i<( 'lo live minutes nf kioki-ig
every lime vwu go U. the sea be-
'. itoing any .-wimmiii.'
After a Mhila you will be ahli
to discard I ho float, and brcoll.o
by giving .1 strong downward p.'11
with the nmi <>n the id' on v. I
h iva eboaan to breathe, turn-
ing the h<-;id at the same turn
Thew are the common [..nil
H-i- li-g iiH.M-tiitiii r'n 1 fn--nii '
h tho legs arc too much hem
il. Run Bod .1.....tklaa
.. 1. .1 bbj loa uugh, puHa d
im lag Uw DOdV, "i 't ..iif of n
leg as it Is bent back, and tho
"flat" feet furnish retarding iur-
Qftan Uu- li-et aiv lilt-
r i out of the watei with ...ti-i.
t 1 ihle "fllath They should BOO
.t to Uu Burisu.- of um wafa
t r fot)l inoliiai oiilside the iv.it-
1 iin.|.letely waited as far a she
.vimming process Is cone*11Md
itid natural^ maloM tha othei
fiot go deepi'!- and therefore TO-
,it more water, in order to have
And lastly, ton wide a kkk i-
' irds the I 1 nt uf the
-iv I.....Ite uie (hat you are
ol kicking ti-> u kta n ..k.- 1
isniotloa at Aral to l^t
uos brusii lightu ..- 'hi-v pagf

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sponaored by
J & k BAKERIES
makers of
ENRICHED BREAD
and the blenders of
J & R RUM
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Gelling Up Nighh
Makes Men Old
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famous thi
toda/ h .
strong. -,uppt
rubber. It. di
scientific irv| oi hurw
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.* daj
1 ii d sturdily made from
1 I thick plantation crepe-
: hape was thr rfl
l. of children's leci. Its a
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SANDALS
MAOt Rr C. J. CLARK LIMI1 >. KSLANO
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4th Race: DALKEITH STAKKHClasses A A B Onl> ll.IB
(fSU, Slaa. uoi- r.' itirlMijE*
YASMJttN
2 HARROWEEN
3 PEPPER WINE
133 Ji.
120 lb
shilling in the case of non-flying women with a flair for flying,
members opportunity to indulge In a healthy
The job of preparing plans and form of recreation and at the same
u-timoten ol the cost ol erecting lime improve Ihelr knowledge
the hangar fell to Messrs. John- Then they are those who may
*on. Miller and C, G. Peterkin and wish to make flying a profession
Mr. Johnson undertook to con- To them the opportunity is afford-
struct a scale model of the pro- ed to study the elementary prin- ,
,-o-ed hangar. c.ple. ol Aviation at a compara- TIME: 1.06,. PARI-MUTITl
Mr. C. H. Roberts ol the firm ol lively low cost, and in times ol FORECAST $14.70.
Cole & Co. gave the Club two emergency there arc many uses to ALSO RAN Belle SuraraM 1 iti lbs Dutchman >. Demure (123
:'r< 1 sections tor the roof and which an aeroplane can be put. Wilder)
the track for the sliding doors; in Tht Committee of Management STArt
addition he has volunteered to appeals to all those who can l~
n.ike. tln> necessary changes to the assist in any way they think tl
iteal sections to provide a 45-foot In furthering this venture."
Mr K D Edwards
Jockey Newman
Mr V V Sent! Jf>rfce> Joseph
Hon. I. D Chandler.
Jockey Crossley.
W.n- $2 18 PaesV SI 64, Y7 34
lbs
Good. FINISH:
WINNER, b.f. Watling Street-Y..
TRAINER: Owner.
Ea*J 3 lengths >T length
COMMONWEALTH
MEETS MERLYN
:! ( oganwmwaatltai Sp.ut.,.
I lull Will BMgJ .i (|i.
'uu- UK-in-sl Meilyn to-d..>
at M-rlvn grounds, Hi. J.inn .
iii laava rweedstde
Road at 12 noon and player* rm
jBki-d to I- on time. f>.
tart at I p.m. punctual!v.
The 1-ama are U tollnu
i.ealfh Spord Club J
(iiaham (Capt). E. W ISarnm
M.C.P.. .1 O. Tudor. Jnr E.
H K llowen. J Un-W
IE, Elcock. 1 Ptrtdi C. Clarke
SI. C. Blackman, (*. Kandif'Ud
0 Agard. (12th mam
Mrrlyn: 1. D^t (cap*.), .1
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"If you're on your back
And can't get a nap
Through a pain in the back.
Use FIERY JACK.
It'll never como back.''
On Sale at all Itading Chtmsls
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Glands Made Active and Youthful
Vigour Restored in 24 Hours

American Doctor t Diicovery
Strenthens Blood, Nerves,
ody Memory, train, Mwi-
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Than Oland Oparatlans.
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SUNDAV, MAJtCH 1. ltt
1
SEWING CIRCLE p> Tomm*
By PENNY NOLAN Make Ih.- to lu. ..boui C// I IK'
Jungle Girl
TOPS IN FASHION
WHO WCD AT 13
nchea deep and the bottom tier
Nea Slip, From Old 'bout nine Inchr. d~P To achieve
Thli year', full .kilted etyle. padualed fulln<-ea each strip mil
nil full petticoat, and * "" nr,."n """* lonjet IBM
.Up. Theer. of courae, you can "> preceima one
make from arralch but coaatdar- Gather the r. and lo.n them
ablr auvlna can be effected by re- toaether tneemng cording in each __
i.ekina aorne of Your old .tratltit >' < " ""> <"< Th-n Br aOBEBT OLTNTON
mcrl* ^ loin the tier, to the slip Top u.ln, BERGEK-OP-ZOOM
ai have a allm .Up which cordtn* here al^o Hem the hot- THE Hltle Moth.
.! you can quickly make l" "Jr. ,. the pplc-ruikleo fan put a
full flounced akirt by add- "> toP * in* w'P worn linker to her llpa and opened a
.. gathered tier, of Mime .tiff you may cut It on at the wain UOUI on the Brat floor of the con-
II row .lip I. nylon the "ml an" an elaatle hand to make VCT|1 of Bv rrancu in the Dutch
ideal material u matching nylon ""to .full petticoat market town of Berjon-Op-Zoom.
II la available. However. An jold cotton nl.ht .owl, with Tne m Ole front row of -, .-
anycri.p hghtwci.ht cloth wlU do a trallM:aUrt can be made into u hlw ,, . .
Yrn, will need two rtrip. about a crmoUned pvUicoat Cut the ^ ,,,., ^
i lona ..nd twalve to Of- klrt part of the night (own Inly TTSL,
. wide Theae. of courae. four gore. Make the lop of each J"'""
nil be pieced at neceiaary The orc one fourth ot your wain
-"The w.dth of your dip *U& bands eight inche. deep oulders. were .,, ever>
hes up from the hemline to the shape o. the bottom ul the paper ,
n-t Mthfr nn* strlo to fit this gores allowing one fourth Inch tor u remembti hei tsai
sAthV/flounce on to Haitit. In shaping the crinoline Maria Hertofh
gores allow for Them on the petti- hen she was thirteen to a twenty-
coat gores to be turned under and w.rue-year-otd Malay
hemmed to the underside of the tracher. She had been
She looked about ten Yd little
K.ore than a year ago the world
AlB rlbbot
gathered raw edges
JS SSST^'tS^S -inilin. Thl.h-y will cover the
. .!......n.1 nounce lo It! Ihll raw lower edge ol B
me^re Fini.h gathered edge Join the crinoline ">
, ribbon like Ihe Oral. md cover the loin, with Waa Upe.
A .lim taffeta .Up can be tr.n.- Vou will need a, . Inch deep
Into a bell .ilhouette of ruffle edge with ""ndla lull
hree lathered tier, with a yard Inch eyelet trim to eew under UM
.1 iiie.pena.vt taffeta and about, crinoline to prevent J"h^
fouf and a half yard, of cording. Vou may be ab e " *
IBM z a vSrs M^-tlKstya
huidi-i
.. ul child to the care o( -
Malay nurse. Che Aminah, in \9*2
when her Dutoh parenU were
rleeing from fl" |I>-
She was baptised a C^fsssglr.
but waa biought -. '
village as a M' i
people d.ed in the Singapore riot*
when the court decided rtie ahould
return lo her parents in Holland.
H.u CnM Sfce Settle?
Rertha came back to he
material
Up. h.n no differently' "on the bottom of the .Up over the crlno- Blblc lo Mile In peaceful, quietly
body Utt a yard stick meaiurlnj Une. ___ dvlllMd HoUand ___
Irorn Ihe Boor up at for hem. Alway. look twice before you one who offered .ix lo four
nil off from the bol- dl.eard n larment becatue the ,,,, tuecertul rehahilit .tain
the slip will make Ihe .lyle. have changed If the male- , ,. Hertoth wa. Mayo Wir-
i.i.l.llc tu r Cut it In strip ,-nhl ml u "ill good with a little lW_ lhp u.ycholon.t who. wril-
j------------be able lo
Faui.
broke c
i,i. hi, he. deep Imagination you
ird ot new taffeta will make nomelhlng v.-ry atlractit
uke ih,. top and bottom tier and uicful from it
What's Cooking In The Kitchen
This week 1 am going to give out into the pyrex bowl add I
"pes on how to make cua- liquor glass of sweet vermouth
ho.
kxpro*.
lards
( ii- i.ikI Fur Filling
Sugar, 3 tablespoonsful.
Egg Yolks. 3.
Hour, 3 tablespoonsful.
Lemon rind or vanilla essence.
flutter. 1 tea spoonful.
M!lk. 1 pint
ing In Ihe Sunday
pointed out his hospitality of a girl cq\\u and cuff* trimmed with
-lorn from ihe arms of her foster black braid, and it buttons down
motherto the parents she had M |ftr BS the miniature basque It
not seen for ten vears Ian- wu most effective in "Black
guage troubles . the fact lhat Watch" tartan taffeta, (note for
idie M a married woman who Sassenachs: a black and green
had once more lo become a little plaid), worn over a white evenini
. ir gown, cuffed row .
This la a prooress report on age with matching tartan,
the u-at, Mr. sideline Herfoyh ire
laced her problem daughter.
I Ulked to Mrs. Hertogt
rum.
2. If you want a chocolate cus-
tard niling. melt two Ubleapoons-
ful of grated chocolate ( not milk
chocolate, thus: Put Ihe chocolate kitchen of her home. There art
in a saucepan with 1 tablespoon- no more worries about Bertha ,
ful of water or milk, keep the she said. "She's a good girl and
saucepan near the fire unlil the we are nil happy together. But I
chocolate is melted. When you will say thai II has been very
Put the egg yolk anl Ihe sugar JJJJ",,^ cuaiard as above be. h.rd
in a Mucepao. mix with a wooden " &^S --,,. orf thc
fore taking the saucepan off the
ork."
n h-n n,UI the floor 'the Hour melled chScotalet .l(r
ild be the beat ck el0"r) ancl rd anJ into ,
lemon rind or I .anllla eaaence. Put the milk PJJJJ^ ewenee and NOT
in .mother wucepan and put it (nd wncn w,nl B
do the fire, when It is almost boil- cuard
Ing, pour it over the egga. augar "** cu* ,"
Ignored Her Father
ys
NOT the
cho-
,iiwt elcKir a little il a lime.
mix it slowly with an egg
beater or a whip When you have
poured all the milk, put the sauce-
pan on thc fire and stir all the
HBM until "he custard la thick.
Fngli*h Custard
Egg yolks, 5.
Uianulated sugar 5 tablespoons- manding ...
'ul. Mrs. Ilertogh gave in.
Milk. 1 pint. Then Bertha starlet
Orange or Lemon rind or vanilla her slyly behind h
.. lers. She ignored her father.
She complained about Ihe food,
potatoes, meat, bread, sausages.
and cheese her family live on, de-
'cry meal.
A second fashionable top Is this
. ... Malay, which Mrs. Her- "*" version of the COCkjal
let u boil for about 3 or 4 minutes cornflour; and 1 glass of cream togh understands. Bui she never blouse, for wear with suitor sKiri
o that you won't taste the flour that you can add with the other disclosed her innermost thoughts. ha* 'ow ahoulder Une. piun
When the custard starts to boil essence. (You can put 1 ox. of always i
talking to
hand, and
Her-
muny questions.
By BOURJOIS
FA'i KJWTH-. UDUOC rXorUkU UKTsOK OOLD CKXAI
t*m- VsWwr*u tKUM at-Ae ikiui.mim iiaik>hu
BROADCLOTH
by ^v"
whin' it "is finished. Pour it in a milk instead of t glass ol milk > There
pyrex bowl or any other kind of This custard Is without any parUcwUrly about hef marriage".
Bowl ..nd add the teaapoonful of flour and is especially good for ?Thr J*
hutier Stir it from time to time children, as it is very light a:.a
-.0 lhat it will not have a skin >m nourishing.
the top This custard is too thick Put the egg yolks and the augur
f.>t ant thing bui tlllinn. la saucepan and mix with .,
I ii vou want u custard allo wooden spoon until they are Uiht
| -nhnmrie.' make the -.ame custard anlfrothy. Put thc milk in
las jltove and when you |>ou
?y^^,,^
^
IS THE LATEST IN PYJAMAS
other saucepan nod put it on the
lire When the milk Is almo:i
boiling, pour it a little at a lime
i- eggs and sugar and work
.....Ixlure with the spoon. Put
the saucepan with the custard on
the lire and stir it all the time. Be
verv careful that it does not boil.
when you see that It has started lo
thicken, take the saucepan off th<
fire, add the vanilla essence or the
lemon rind and let It coot II you
want to add the cream you have
to add it when you take thg sauce-
pan off the fire. In thai case you
put | glass ot milk less at first and
then add the I glass of cream
tu add 1
LONDON
ii'.s latest epidemic, whuh
i this week at the collcv-
i leading designer, and is
rapidly infecting everyone, is the
tartan evening jacket.
Its style is perfectly simple: it
has upstanding collar, long aleeves.
skirt fell in lour tiers, each
edged with a crinkling of white
in the lace. ,
This type of jacket Is useful on
a hundred and one occasions.
Wear it by day over a beach dress.
at night over an evening dress
Tartan is just one suggestion for
material. In gossamer fine sill*
surahs or shantungs, it is Ideal for
warm climates. In wool or quilt-
When Bertha arrived at Bergen ^ Mtin, it is perfect for cold
she would speak to no one bul cumates. Another version of the
her mother. evening jacket in coffee coloured
She glared at her brothers and iin. embedded with sequins.
was worn with an evening dress
in coffee ne. over dusky pink
taffeta. This little evening Jacket
is a welcome change Irom the
stole which has been the univer-
sal evening wrap In the past few
ing neck and three-quarter lengt
sleeves With a grey or black
luit the fashionable colour
tT? J.. j u_-r..i. dt the fashionable colour to
hich Mr. and Mrs. Hertogh choauf (l dusky pl,,k and xhe m,,_
wanted an answer. __ lerlal lB ,hantung. The blouse
One day the answers came fliapQfl and fastens unusually
like this. the side seam with -
lleith.i llttapl In id" same bed penny.alje bulb
a< her sisters. Wiesje. aged 17. Reflecting the current vogue for
i d Cony. 10. fullness, skirts in this collection
And at night she would tell |,y Cavanagh. (who formcrl>%
bout l>fe in Malaya: "1 worked with Molyncux). war*
tifvrr really lived the life of a nttwrod, ennolined or pleated.
[i .iriKl woman." she said. "1 Pleats were everywhere half-
just got married and then was )nch box pleats on skirts, on drc*
t..kcn back to Aminah's house." bodices to match skirts, and in
So began Bertha's rehabtliia- jn-oups placed at four-inch inter-
tion. vals round Ihe skirt. Yellow, grey
Lftal March on her birthday her and navy, trimmed with white.
iMient- /..'-> : .'.i' ol pat- ,.:,. the toun MoturwJ u um
terned fabric and some akelns of collection. Illustrated is a typical
Kay embroidery silk. - in lemon yellow shantung'
Bertha was to happy. She it has unusual neck with roll col-
. lutched thc silks, and kissed her |gr dipping down to a V-hne
mother But still she Ignored hei pleated yoke to match the plete f.,iher. skirt, which billows out over a
One month laler Police Chief stiffened petticoat.
I EFT: i "t'-uui bloase in dusky
pink shantung. with low
.houlder line.
collar and cuffs.
I find it betti
on pace 7 <*s rsse sa _______
BELOW: Lemon yellow ahantunK
drese with ptrallnc on yoke lo
HIOHT: Tartan evrninc jacket nulch plestlni en crinoline
with Mack braid trtanmhsff e* skirt.
not fait
EASY TO SEW
AT SUCH LOW COST. TOO!
Wgtch the tVdMlff ntnpea and
comfortable. cakiI went rf "Tei-made"
Raleigh Print Bmadrlotb plenne the men
and boy* in your family' You'll like the
eauy new ink and washing Raleigh i*
mooUi in texture nnd unusually durable
'. * ideal for a.uri- and blntmeii in
addition to pyjamas The low cost will surprise youf
Try Broadcloth by "Tei-made" today Women everywhere are buying it. Be
ure lo ask for the identification bands and ta-your aasurance of genuine
tub-la*t "Tex-madc" Broadcloth
STOPJSOLDS^
Ph
with
ensic
PHKNSIC tablets dear ihe head and dispel
lightness and pain behind the eyes. They
bring down high temperature, relieve stuffy,
congested feelings, at 'he same time soothing
the nerves and counteracting depression.
The aches and pains ol 'Flu disappear in
no time. PHENSIC tablets act quickly
and safely. They neither harm thc heart
nor upset thc stomach. Keep a supply of
PHENSIC tablets by you always.
Ph
enstc
TWO TABLETS
BRIN6 QUICK
RELIEF
"TIX-MAOf"
IS WELL MADE
i FOR 'FLU, COLDS & CHILLS, RHEUMATIC PAINS, ;
^LUMBAGO, NERVE PAINS. HEADACHES, NEURALGIA^
Gill's fashion-right colours are the neweU rave among models
in the great Pans and Lc don dre.s hou.es ... (or Gala colours
ire perfectly Ve>ed to tr-c forest dress .hides .. and Lip Line
allocs lip colours to be changed quickly md cleanly, as each re-
fill.contained (n its own metal shell, is inter-
changeable m the sar-e ca>e.
'" n*ii i cchoo*
And there's o glistening Nail Colour to
match every Up Colour
m "ns
GALA OF LONDON
Wt Aram aW OnvShXr
F.S. NICHOLLS. P.O. IOX Ul
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M SDAV. MARCH 2, 132
SUNDAY ADVOCATI
PACE SEVEK. ,
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99
ill. Ml H1I 1 SNOW >
1-OhTDOK.
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:...i*ion pad i\
Yesa's Eve full of promise, of

The proti I first in

1. *e>o lne tapering from shoulder
> r
i
oi i:t:.\ w.\mii:s rp





nd

irii ;i skirt
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WD
i | .
I one Uittons ana wide |
:
releasing io
a fall of material at Ih
The d. .

, QW in-
f bottle
tat mounted n t..v> taffe-
i uiii t-irt. worn ball
ik dresa of their great, sws
MM. H is M AtCOt to- echo In the ear.
of considerable elegance. Worth focuses attention
It
Man Aiout Hunt
All (he rich atmc-pAen- ,.t lhe!v"> Mi you of the pecial prob-
I one roofthat'a M otaaaaal to aaDOOlh out Ih* dNai
at r>Mmmca I "!"-** wrinkles. Why not phoi*
ifl Co. and I'nii, Marhd 1"h* selective stock and fine
red.-igiied a. d opened -1 *n**li>' of iVwhen you sense (ha.
l-uniri| of Kama work \iPu *now *"' In C M R
Baga, Calabash C Show rowan of Men's wear mi
*, i Lanta and; Boltuit Lane known through- ,
and the f. arinatlon of S"1 "V Caribbean -ml bt
.. >ou iqIBmiuutuI Sporuwrar is shown tr. f
Them all' And lh* ''
:. pastel

l>in ka of Lb ie Squaia.
fruli and Oi >ngr in aun
lantmcnL
ngaBal superfine 'Jacket
k arami is featunu In Wea
ted and Socks by Mnrley arc ..f
Wool. Rayon with clastic tops
Another new product from thi-
rapidly expanding Ami of disiu-
K J Hamrl-S-mth Ltd
II the MeCau fceycle wwl)
nvad on the uIjuj losjatfcei etUi
tha McCuul Stoves uolUi
ideal for limited apace full part*
service avail) Ie). The bike is a
Man's Tourer Model with Inftatnr.
tool kit. oiler and ecmt>.nation
1 Khak. Shirt*, ideal for
of excellent quality
of awr and tear
I R. II Edward* Ltd. on
ig tops at
It.* \ of Kii.m
5n DOtowi from
II i \> ,\ Khaki
lirti wlttl Nmi-otlrl collars also
pro Mlleni rah*
lik. bi MU patterned Mi
h1s Shirts and when >PanncT in icatner oagii Igou- ,
..,,, Ilinjf,. mvc In the attractive price Phone
Up, Phone *7** ,
. a IU-,. ft HI ... 1M .vepythliiR In
(.laaawareCocktail. DtnM
: b, have found U to u Chnmpgpwand IcedPrtnka glass.
M1( ritk eetourful >
QUi It, |1, p. A. >'-U"l six -,- mmvidu-lK 1 hr% N
Df| Broad ' ; ',' mtral r-.ti-.i->immoniBroad
.,.,,., SI low the new Sweat and
I he rtock is refreshingly ?"" ..iigerator
nc with loU of Babv ...ft BM &*** !1'' ,K,U f,u'" *.-<"
M Waal .is gifts for Mothei (DmI, -.'' only $J .4 nd very UUrf*
K | UM Container* for nnur. u.gar
in.uahlem Shave Kreemer) Of *< Th. values are excellent and
WITH CASHMERE BOUQUET FACE POWDER
i Soli la.i-ad
| Dl.(olaly parlum.d
i Coi^mat* BovQval Fare N-dn
gi*t a lottn imooiK fimsh
t Cheat lighdv avsnl,. Ir
ioti.nB In atom
Augu.t 1MI.
dnanM
nd Princes* Margaret vwttad
ping
ustllng of tremendous c
skirt* still into a shawl.
e b(4eru enibPOkiemd In how y"". ''*'* ''l^T'-.I^-"^
the COLOURS; By day dark grey, a.lver w.th .. N. pte oow u.i.y- f5/g J .'Ti? '^IS ffi
that throughoul Ught bodices and feminine sklrU pradotl inalg and a very lovelv !?"&^ndlrddnTTnm" lu>t '*rfwt lm ""' honM' 'he ex-
ertnable. subtle for silk drew* but emphasises a MkUow-gM bUM is seen in surah. haUaj iu|k. -nrt .nidnX cooi- h ^ llllu,,lllnn ,.,,
ie. the front ftlUnf a dim- Foi even.ng paleal pink and grey P^W.y cuvcied wtth the Mwn^Ir riP#dofll from molrturc
, .i Um |o wear save by the are the two which arc- to the for *.ucr bvoda. -ou-,-,^ The .tisim -n^ P Musson
Dhanga ... gatf Poubiles. be- but the tortUng Pruafian bl... THK O K A N D E TjMUtTO U(, ^^ -boul ^
.nJ to further alreaaed cause of III >w called Cerulean Wiie was in- M-k'^"1 ^s ff*1 '^ " Tht-re th. ltrg KMPnSs
hi S rnnpvlnlMhe unapnn*?u Uw Um Irott * induced and wa, quite electrify- i.vlIUy used for these, renunia-
* V .uinTmely draped, low bodices to the ing In IU suddennow. ,ent of a more leisurely age and
- - S.-OTUGHTEO A neat little *** ** u( '^-^"To
captd. kleweleaa coat of the new "w1,' "g??* Bd lU" ^
suif, grey fabru". a jutting aknt Mei the picture.
and altogether very pert looking. Delicate embroidery u. much
fitted Bhanlung coats, one of used to enhance the i ichnaaa of
brilliant plum colour. the fabrics.
Jet embroidered waUt band to u To particularise the eau de
black suit. mlo and parchment coloured
The piece de resistance a fjijle with bodice and cenlrt
ravishing black faille de">*: panel encrusted rih K"ld and
aatre. .. full r.mge rf the ' the variety^ ^
vet> teat proprietary drug* and . .
a m.t eftlcieni daapanZng dtM J**> ***&. fttfi
You'll bke the r.,nd* CoUn- hite hoise, i;xcepting they-*
,, iNtwerful enough to go over and
is anneal. # ^ ^ ^ iouDrf nwunUiluv_Ulcy-n u
omlng l<. Chelsea Oarage In Bdd-
I'lU' 1952 Vanguards have I
ned clothw
low bodices
swathed -k.it. oftoD two h
.i.King from a knot at
As these lasl two year* there the bosom. Sleeves are mostly
hat K-cn this trend towards the abort and softly full caught into
rounded l>nr. it atcnu reasonable a nuiruw Iwnd. In the coata
M thai i will continue they are ballooning. The dia-
but not to extreanes as far as phragm in most of the day anJ
.lollies are earned rdadjMj dresses emphasised by
It would defeat their ob-
ject. As yet the difference be-
tween this year and last yeai
i not **< pmiiounced as to neces-
sitate wholesale discarding of
^aniiobes except anioiig tl
. ght. fincT draping. Cuffed bod-
ices are much used for designs
with abort, rounded boleros.
FAHH1CS for day i
able surahs, shantungs.
gUuod gauall with an j
t^msah* veiling dress: swathed ,bodice r, efnbrotderv A palest pink
n beneath a minute velvet-banded . grosgram evening coat-
bolero, the Ion* hip lute light, t,.ralni9CCnt of the late 18th cen-
the other hand it does make uuito firm. Most of the sill
mall, geometrical de-
ever to one side making an un- hodi-p ,^,1 out exuostng the
model with a whacking great ca-
nacitv of B cu ft. and if that
hat you want, well here It W
Be rot] don'l know ho Bad |WJ
ni in know and >ou wtsli you
. .ukl let me help bj telling you
\ phone 27. That's the Singer
5. wing Academy (lo| of the
James Lynch f. Co Ltd building).
Mr Mildred Watkmv will tell >ou
how to enroll (nothing to it. real-
ly) detail much of what you'll
learnand how >ou'u learn' and
ii.my lellncmenta. thi. chassis
mther larger and the door handles
.ie flush nttlng. Choice of colours
..ii ihmce nf i>erformancc. Van-
kuard offers only the heal In Its
Lias) and the chance to gt one
la yourg by phoning 4949
Two and onu half pounds for
ixty cents hi! hold on. where aie
era and what am 1 talking about
I'll tell \ou I'm talking about the
,iewU e.-ikete.l l' .1 brand '
I TbOk OnUn Hue
pack** which layou've guessed |
and ^d'1 i"i PhT ll*
I ..ll !lw Gnverles. It's eaady
haodsad, t'* a -must" f". aaBjef >
Igrder and remcmU-r there s NO i
Hekllig. Ui>lribule> I I I
Cirant I Ad Pearl Pr nd Is a pro-
duct nt il BUQ MM Mrkrlin t
board. ____
yhirsi has the
weed.
a. introduc vet I^Sw^l^v^ mOTB *V WtS cuffed tight bod*.
' U little ""rfy Vlctonaif jacket with '
m$
a looae coat
Ith Dgplum hlpllne over gpreadirm 'ten
The 'Taming' Of The Jungle Girl
Who Weds At 13
doth" of two or three years ago ,.,
look rather old fashioned. From signs.
SlT point of view it I; Hteb W A " "> "">rt<-
I lair number of orders to ed '
t. h.-iti:- mora wwwm is mrr
likely to appeal very nwh to tlu I
latin American niurkel and eren
to North Ameriea. where hither-
to it was eonsldered that the typl.
caUy English country elothes
were loo severe nlthougli tin'
UUorinJ itself was always highly
ntd. In South Ameriea. In
p;irtuular. It tends to reconcile
two conflicting inclinations, that
of wanting to appear very Eng-
lish and at the same lime sails.
fying the natural .Jit In dealre
for pronounced walai.bias. IraVout of im-year-olas at "mothers alul
Eiom this point of view It th* I ..... fathers." Shu can be a UtUe tyrant
augurs well for British export bed man could tt times,
prospecta. The present faahun
Is not loo elaborate to be copied the port.) V in l I' -miled and
in met the capacity of the s.end- loft Ills) house.
rhS.-wuT.y^ "."he Wen. ln. The Six.h Form
privilege of the rich b*Yl ID AM i.ertha was coming back
will come into general into th '
wear.
Rustle of Sftrinu
W ith heralded spring in Lon-
.1 hi i!i a way thai was not
lustered pearl dropsa de-
f the utmost delicacy.
.oughing, Strangling Asthma,
Bronchitis Curbed in 3 Minutes
>ak. '
<
, Ml ('! l>
_ ruptured
\ UMlkaM
i lako i.l SHU
. ia -i.
'
I from pae
lalsdnj t.. Mr Hertogh
B lung her arms
. ,akmg a good Job o(
being a typical little Dutch girl.
I watched her lake off nee
Now she has finished general white MaTcM ..i>ron -ml set off
education and Is learning prutas- from school fur h'.inc. She wore
hn sional dreasmaklng. She is skilled Kreei. jumper tartan skirt,
with her fingers. trltfa the medallion of the Virgin
ound her Kcrth > MU Ukf ula.vinn vith M,iy round her neck.
i iv.-r II all she put a thick coal
id off she went, laughing.
She told me: "I love my mother.
will never go back to the
Ualaya.'
'Sometime*. I Wonder*
i she really just like any other
T?iT' die might be klfnappod gj* J'T ^SS^Zj?.
and taken back is a thought dor. Hid her father. .
always in the minds of the police
'Slranscrs From The Orient'
. linewnnword
ttguifje, but a nun came
dnilv to loach her Uuich and the
child should
,bl*v know. awoj.
w'orTt eUS BeTuT: iff T-.ice had reports of OnenU.1
LaeSnsses Edw^rSS She we. form With Granger* In the town. Men hnve
and wasp- girls u. I iitn questioned. Hut that Is
When Bertha first arrived sho
had an escort. Then It was taken
. Now there is a plain etotsMi
very Oriental If she withes to.'
Occasionally her brown ayea
(darken and all expression van-
ities from her face. It is a legacy
i | bat HaH
... .
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.. ,,-w Ifi- for ! i l--"*"
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lut,)<-.. tabUta at ISM* and row
tiarHi**'" !'F.i>i-n li..-
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r- i ..- bl. i-.or, .,,..
o .!i4k|v r.d r'rrt * """
ll|..m aaTOin.-t* fl ..-. I I
ac '1st i" -""" ,rrl '" >""*'
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Book now fot Itment
with helpful advice or. Indivl d imkcWi S
it' an ex(>erteni.e you'll e^ioy.
KNIGHTS LIMITED.
33. BROAD STREET.
, 11 h
'Masher'
waist<| coutitrv clothe linn
were magnificent evening and in lAery M.hjccl.
let*, 3-aw "Pttl
WORN OUT
and *?Oted
nd if.if sreaad.
ti... unabl* la \
mI lo (Kt> (sum oi i
,ouf |fouhU. rksr-*. I
MpsaUM-sarsI
alefara.r lUstrky.t
.'1 keta.. hltM
;Hnoui In
,,,.. t-l. i>ea>
*K bus. Mm rt-T am, * *?*
1f.m-. .Unrd -*.'" -i
iMl ffwan '"! rnn.nl.lr. TbM > tl*
' U t.kr IWdi Kxtna* Pal*. Within
t hour Itedd) stsrt lo t-lr nW lndn#..
tbsm -! I^.r harmful *aSt*t *^*
vaui 'illin ll.nf ll rrplarfd bl 'Vtsi
hasd*d (i'|. and (-S BV t '.
f* bS* (W.wnr Dodd'a Kidar. PilU
Im lart* b(ll l " ruf star*s. an
DoddsKidner Pills
t;:;!*.:'.;*.-.
BeajullrU-Ciefl1*
Dream GiiL
LustreCrcme Shampoo givn
your hair soft, flamoroul three-
way loveliness
finsm-illf !"
. CliiUaiaj wi.k saes.
Sad, ellv la
i.^rcCremc's billowy lather
a bleni of secret ingredients
pha gentle lanolin.
SHAMPOO
KL4M li para, lofs bhU
KLIM ktaai witaeet i.-frlaaraliaa
KLIM silly I. .l.-i, aaWll,
Klini /s exce/fent
a>aa*i palepi 'onahoactaad
is ash id aergi
loassur*
U-n.un.i ., uner mdh
than KMM KLIM ,.>r. .... arfi. mmi-
'.mMing
. nutl.
F KLIM add. P--rMit-trit M caaUd 4liMt
KLIM it reeaagsMadee" *ir iataat ia.q
KLIM U sa4 * th* j pact ally pachsd Ha
KLIM i. eradaned under irrirteri eealrsi
% KLEM^MILK
xf^P' FIRST IN PttfErlErlCi THE WORLD OVfR
rOBBALCO
Hi.iHI w
: I.*. Maaaaag.kaaasi ... -du-
havd i.i aai aw Itafl star) anal '." awsaa
k-.kini ..it las arsnasel ) In aealll of say
r*|aur> aa-l -ini." ariats H alaal
aaaalav f-fc." fa. ll agW
LVSTW
aawaaai i. i. tad
-
.i..i i- ,-f'.. i m I., hi |hl W -n.l J-> niu*
a l asktaejp la <<< i-ac* f bcauigul
rullMll* aUrJ mil prUiiv
(. I IRAN TEE l>
I \ It III C S
TU TOOTAI. ouasUMTCI: AU .I- IsU I

inilllli I In lln aaHafcnlsa JaM iiiillifilia atsM aVMak ., a
Uw nMIrial luotaj will (*!!< it u* refaad lbs bra* aod p*v Ihe
nasskasrw
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PACE IIGBT
SUNDAY ADVOCATE
SI HDAY, W.ltCM t l52
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Sunday. Match 2. 1*52
WELFARE
THIS month Barbados will be the meet-
ing place of Welfare Officer* from all parts
of the British Caribbean, when a confer-
ence will be held under the chairman-
ship of Mr. Chinn Adviser on Welfare 1o
the Secretary of State for the Colonies.
Welfare u. a subject upon which West
Indians have mixed ideas. Most people
will honestly admit that they know very
little about welfare and are not particu-
larly enthusiastic about finding out. Here
in Barbados. Welfare as a department of
. i men i is in its infancy and Barbados
lags behind other West Indian islands in
appreciating what are the advantages to
be derived from an active and efficient wel-
fare organisation.
The need for welfare is so apparent that
the word remains inscribed in the title of
that Development and Welfare Organisa-
tion, the activities of which are almost
i\ responsible for the large stride--
which have been taken during the LesJ
decade by tin* West Indies in social, econo-
mic and political progress.
There was criticism at lirst that the or-
ganisation was behaving too much like a
fairy godmother doling out largesse and
welfare grants indiscriminately and fail-
ing to stress the fact that true welfare
could only result from economic develop-
ment in which the peoples of the area
themselves played a great part.
If Welfare has suffered because of this
over-priming of the development pump
and it would be foolish to say that it has
not suffered in Barbadosto-day there is
no less a danger of our forgetting thnt the
whole purpose of development is the pro-
duction of welfare" Emphasis on develop-
ment in recent years although originatini;
from the laudable intention to persuade
people that material improvement de-
pended primarily on individual efforts has
given rise to a new fallacy that all that
matters is economic development, and that
whore there is economic development,
welfare will automatically take care of
itself.
This pre-occupation with development is
itself a sign of failure of the peoples ot tbf
area to understand what welfare is, what
it hopes to achieve and what it has already
achieved in the British Caribbean.
Welfare is essentially the application of
a social science which specialises in the
organisation and assistance of admirable
social principles such as self-help and a
readiness to take responsibility and to
serve others. ,
Welfare teaches that the standard of liv-
ing is not material (as is believed by per-
haps ninety-nine per cent, of the people liv-
ing in the British Caribbean) but is some
thing in people's minds. It maintains that
there is no advantage in giving people
money if they have no idea of spending it
on the things that last, such as good homes:
good equipment in field and kitchen: books
and education.
Those who regard welfare as something
opposed to or extraneous to economic de-
velopment display only the shallowness of
their thinking. There is no antagonism be-
tween the two. But since the ultimate aim
of prosperity is a good life for human
beings, Welfare as a social science is de-
signed to give them the concept of a good
life.
Mr. McGillivray, late Colonial Secretary
of Jamaica not long ago told the staff of a
3-F movementFood for Family Fitness
that their work was as important a con-
tribution to development as the erection of
factories. This tribute is rooted in the
fundamental economic precept that the
true wealth of a country is its people.
People who eat correctly in proper homes
become more self-reliant, punctual, duti-
ful and co-operative. These are qualities
much sought after in labour forces
throughout the world today and they are
necessary to the healthy and productive
economy of Barbados Besides the success-
es achieved over 12 years by Jamaica Wel-
fare Ltd., (now known as the Social Wel-
fare Commission) with a "Better Villages"
campaign, Welfare has helped govern-
ments to think socially in many ways. Its
work in prisons where farms and agricul-
tural schemes have been inaugurated and
with probation is perhaps best known, and
Welfare has begun to persuade authorities
to board out deprived children in carefully
chosen family homes instead of consigning
them expensively and often unhappily to
institutions. In many places it has greatly
improved the administration of Poor Relief
by making it so far as possible a family
care-work and rehabilitation service
father than a mere payment of doles. It
has done much for youth either directly or
through helping voluntary bodies.
Welfare although in some respects its
**"* in this region resembles the activities
* th* Mum,, office and although it is a
departmenv ,lf Government is considered
as a bridge bevw^n government and the
people. In Jamaica the Welfare Commis-
,!ic depai tmer.ts of cduciTion,
agriculture and health work together to
produce bettej nutrition and better vil-
lasjH
These are by no means a list of all the
:iehie\ements of welfare in the British
Caribbean irum the time that welfare has
been recognised as an agency fur assisting
the good life But enough instances have
been quoted to show that without a wel-
fare department many o' the social im-
provements that are visible in the region
would not have been made. The necessity
for welfare is increasingly being recog-
nised by more and more people as its
activities become known and understood/
But.Us utility cannot be measured in
terms of dollars or cents. Nor are Its ser-
vices always invited. In small communi-
ties like Barbados where there exist so
many other voluntary social services with
years of tradition and experience and
where the rugged individualism of every
Barbadian makes the taking of advice more
difficult than the swallowing of castor oil
by a naughty child the work of a welfare
depaitment will inevitably be obstructed
by obstacles.
But Barbados no less than Jamaica needs
a welfare department and government de-
p.otioenis. local government and the pub-
1 ir- ought to be benefit ting from advice and
assistance on welfare, which ought to be
fi .!% available from the Social Welfare
Office.
That this advice and assistance \a not
ought hy all who should seek it is evi-
dent from the intermittent criticisms
which are made in public and in private
about welfare. The advantages of welfare
are so obvious that failure to utilize its
services because of a misunderstanding of
its lunction is more than regrettable.
PAPER SERVIETTES
in Pastel Shades
HUr. |..r IOO.
ADVOCATE STATIONERY
This Thing Called Gat.
The word Gatl when spoki
makes in ugly brutal noise and U
is no. surprising that in the lan-
USSNI "' Hollywood It means a
B* OKOf'.E HUNTF.
Aitule XVII! of the Gene
ff .jjjsj .o unr Kr- S5T5S? ZSSX&Si tT"
S\^L ,mp*nal P"f- term By bava tq impose pre.
sun. ence. Unfortunau-ly ,t is equally tMtlVC measure* which would
In international trade circlet DO vxaSMrauon io point out that be contrary to other articles
however ihea.i-.ur initial letters ,f the I'nlted Kingdom abolished u Mgreement in order to build
.?.. -^t^h. StaT*?1 imper,al P'""""<* before it. up their own economies."
"- Zl* m*d* ,n present trading position Is bal- if Great Britain was forced
*g.r1*m'1" "nced> both 0* United States and .lotify the organisation for Eu
wealth coun- poan Economic Co-operation
October 1M7. This
the greatest piactical
Ph. 1171
C. S. PITCHER & CO.
t*P the British Co
M.IIH I I II III
THE aim for the future development of
agriculture everywhere in the West Indies
should be a steady transition to mixed
farming, according to the authors of the
West India Royal Commission Report
(Cmd. 6607).
This mixed farming involves permanent
as opposed to shifting cultivation and the
.tries which arc in the British 1947 of that country*. nScest.
prefer, itial system would suffer, to "embark upon a system of bl-
The United Stales apparently is lateral agreements in order to
aware of this paradox but there secure the continuance of M
can be no mi*r ike about Its ulli- large a volume of inteniation.il
mate objective* trade as possible', how much
How are the British territories <[>* "-ore likely will the depend.-it
in the driblet, affected by these BrlUsh Caribbean territories be
ttorti at trade or- Bble ' **C"P* from the provi*-
I have they bene- > f an agreement which was
_ specifically introduced to assist th "
effective demand, to
production, consumption
change ol goods, and lhu_ ,--------
tribute to a balanced and ex- U:
panding world economy."
taken towards the formation
an International Trade Organis-
ation which was outlined in the
Havana Chatter or IMS. Failure
to ratify the Havana Chartei was
ine-'iUble in view of the on (in-
stances which existed at the tim
and which continue to exist. But
its failure ha. been a great -t
back for lho force, which ere international
active to promote unity end un- Ksnisation a
derstandlng between the peop'ec f,iler or urTc.i\i from the .- ^
of the world renfemenls made at Geneva? freeing of trade between Inde-
-SJ Charter was intended -to In recent m .nth. some expo- "SSS^Sithar^dvant..*, .
assure a large and .tcadlly glow- nerrts of a Weal Indian Customs r,!2tnn\i &5? Z Z ?i."TV
mg volume of real incom? and Un.on have b,. using the allef- SiJ0^. r" ,Th "r' H 2"
..., thud disadvant. nf rstt t.. >rrn ,ne **risn Caribbean tcm-
as a solut.on to all post-war *ijh the article of( GATT. ments: and the interest which th-
problems. The American loan to "ut it is not at all easy to ee United Nations display with j -
complementary use of stock and crops, and the United Kingdom of 988.- *"> advantages would be gained (ard to dependent territories of
'UOO.OOQ was made subject to cer- from this suggested Improvement metropolitan powers makev H :.!-
tain conditions expressed in the m status, in view of the British moil impossible for anyone to in-
Hrelton Woods Trade Agreement West Indies' special dependence voke GATT In such a way that i(
and the United Stale* is Mill pur- on the United Kingdom. would cauw real hardship to the
suing a policy which is designed There is everywhere In the British West Indies. There mii'li'
to promote multilateral trade and British Caribbean today a retur. of course be reluctance on the p irt
to abolish imperial Preference tance to face issues squarely. And ' tr,e United Kingdom or of ;hr
and other restrictions on Free- the sub)ect of Customs Union i. British territories to seek such re-
dom of trade. in danger of hemr considered a <,r*M Dul neither the United
substitute for ooHiifil f<.-..'(..,. States nor Canada would want lo
The Ideals ot multilateral trade wlSilui fill .11? "
at international conierenc are ^m8 B w"uld ""-vitably 1-
shuuld result in much higher productivity
Of the land.
The Development and Welfare Organisa-
tion which came into being directly as a
result of that report has always placed
agriculture at the top of its list of prior-
ities and Barbados has benefltted consider-
ably as a result. Among these benefits was
the establishment of six agricultural sta-
tions where experiments in mixed farming
in presently being conducted
be accused of unfriendly or dis-
criminating action against depen
ent territories In the Caribbean
The agricultural stations vary in size and
experiments now being conducted will
give accurate information about various
sizes of peasant allotments and will prove Europe today are
what sizes are economic, if any. While this
information is being compiled the stations
are acting as advertisements for better agri-
cultural methods and the services of first
class livestock are gradually improving the
strains of local cattle. All this is excellent
and the news that the taxpayers of Bar-
bados have been asked to foot the bill for
these stations in the new estimates for
1952-53 will be received with equanimity
in an Island where the primacy of agricul-
ture is acknowledged and unchallenged by
the majority of people.
It would however be letting slip an op-
portunityand no opportunity must be let
slipif the government of Barbados were
not reminded that financial assistance for
these stations until they can pay for them-
selves is not enough.
_, attractive that they meet with HEWJ"*! rKm*iby ' " would certainly be unwis.
ready acceptance from members """* Kingdom with regard to the British Caribbean ten-it
of the United Nations. Yet the *' P-"v""' Of uuarnntcod mar- to disdain GATT and the ber
i-oui.tu, who uay liu service to *"'''' rr "t^h Caribbean pro- be derived from a freetn..
these ideal, have found it .mpos- "' _____ *wW trade But the British Car.
sible to put them in practice and Tb* Brliwh Caribbean terrlto. bbean is too dependent on U
so far multilateralism has not "* *' triumphed Kingdom to relax exercise of ex- lnto Customs Union on 'I
The countries of Western Mln*, trading control, against 5T>u"ds ,lhat w"u^ ve J1
icerned P'-m'W the interests of the Uni- ^,l^an'ap! resulting fro
,u*#c0t^xZ'
tiff made Irunt
>IOV MJaams
* 111 Mil III,
* It \l MIUI XI
&.
ALL WOOL
. MIMtIMM S
in 1'opulur Miailis
a i JgUwtghsa
DA COSTA & CO. LTD.
I lmp<.ru in ai. elTort achieve a "JJ '' 2d te?TS Caribbean on the United Kinjdon
balance of trade that the Havana ,.7"*" , ,, , '* 'f" a. -i mirk.-t f..i- It. oroduca aeent*
! Charter ,m, farther away than ^ i* ^U^USi^ S^SblT!* The beside 5l?y
! is possible to TmpIKT m'l It for ,h' Brit"h Ca'lbb''
disadvantages that the West In- "HJi*^*
now experience as a result
1 be 1
flexible policy by
hich the area Is allowed to ex-
ploit It. commercial ability within
definite margins determined by Its
"V"*' earnings and yet is protected from
_^!?C!* nf-rec world mm petitions b> "
The Caovernment of Barbados has shown
a strange reluctance to understand what
are the impediments to a successful agri-
eultural policy for this island.
They realise now. when it is too late,
what a loss was sustained when for cheese-
paring and narrow financial reasons they
permitted the Deputy Director of Agricul-
ture to leave an island where he had done
such valuable work. They have shown no
great alacrity to attract a successor.
That is failure number one.
Despite increasing complaints from
"peasant" agriculturalists, despite the evi-
dence of figures compiled on these same
agricultural stations, the government of
Barbados continues unintelligently and to
the detriment of local agriculturalists to
conlrtil meat at prices which must discour-
age cattle raisers from improving the
"f their livestock.
That is failure number two.
Kqually depressing is the invitation ad-
dressed to all Barbadians to grow more
food when every grower of food knows
that even on government-owned agricul-
tural stations at certain periods of the year
locally grown vegetables and ground pro-
visions have to be destroyed, because of in-
adequate marketing arrangements. There
is no need to go further than failure num-
ber three to realise how slowly the govern-
ment of Barbados takes action to set right
what is glaringly wrong with its agricul-
tural policy.
Great Britain provided an ex-
ample of the obstacles which im-
j pede progress to multilateralism ot GATT
asia ^^s^ fn m^^lr^!zii2&
convcrTbiT ' "* **"" T^^t^^^
Explaining IU failure in a mem- ^J Australia ."ten reted^ATT t^S^SS^S^-m n
orandum (Cmd. 7572) th,- British 5 unnedlment^^ Thp RcBionan. Econmlc ,Co^-
government said that "the .mpos- "wei IrS u UmiUtion. with ^'ee which will, itis hoped ,.^
vertibil.ty of sterling which was measure, in f.%-our of local Indus- lng wlth things like GATT. Befo.,
attempted In 194, made .1 nece.- trie, like oils and faU: GATT3 plunging into a Customs Union
aery to embark upon a synem of # cramping cITecl on latin* changes British West Indian goven.me.it-
bilateral agreement, in order to^and preferenli.il margins: and might like to satisfy themselves
secure the continuance of a. large losses which the West Indies have that Customs Union will bring nd-
a volume of international trade experienced because of reductions vantage, not obtainable thmi;i>h
as possible." The United States of preference in Canada for nun lnc Committee
meanwhile continues to cham. are also cited. Not ill the British territories Ml
pion multilateralism and at the But the disadvantages which see the advantages to be gained
Torquay conference a full scale are experienced under GATT do from Customs Union a. clearly as
Hack was launched against Im- not appear Irremovable eren British Guiana which basdeekted
penal preference. It w*uld In fact within the present arrangement against poliUc.il federation but
be no exaggeration to sav that by which the United Kingdom which hope, to earn anothci
the United States will only con- represent* the llntish Caribbean $3,000,000 annually as a result of
slder any great reduction of her at international trade meeting* Customs Union
People who KNOW
always ask for
HARTLEYS
jam
the grcoUit name in jam-making
W.I. Hopes Of British lluuVi
By BfTF 1IF.WFK
LONDON
When Mr. R. A. Butler, Britain'*
Chancellor of the Exchequer. |&.
troduce. his Budget on March *.
, his propoaals will be aru.iou.lv
Producers' Oru.inlsatlon. repre- gin to enter the United Kmgd. m
senUng primary producers in the In April next, it is a matter -(
Commonwealth. urgency that ome action hou..l
Thl memorandum to Mr. But- be taken to prevent a further let-
He Is entirely concerned with the back to thp Jamaica cigar indu--
serlous effects which existing high try."
_ U.K. rates of duty are having on "A subatanUal reduction in th-*
..wailed not only in Britain but wines, spirit, and cigars from the duty on cigar, which would place
i throughout the Colonies and the Empire, including rum arid cigars Uiem within the reach of people
Donunion. as well. from the We* Indies. with moderate incomes woukI
I For the measures he will pra- The Organisation has made seem to be the most effective wa
l>oe may have a vital Influence similar Budget appeal, every year or restoring the poution and the.*.-
upon the prosperity of many Km- for the past three year., but this is good reason for thinking th i*
pire producers who contribute year hopes are particularly high it could be done without .>.
large sums every yaar. fan the that it may have some success, preclable loas of revenue."
form of duties and taxes, to Br;- For one thing. Britain's Govern- This was the policy ad'
tain's revenue .mant has changed since the last by Col Michael de Cordo\;( when
In tiie West Indies, for example, Budget and Mr. Butler will at lie visited London last >uuunei
iH'opic who depend for the liel.- least be examining the problem to make represenlaiiom (>n boh a
hood upon export* of rum ant from a new angle of the Jamaica cigar industiy
cigar, to Britain will hopelullv agairurt the Anglo-Cuban agrew-
await a reduction in the almo Since the last Budget, loo, the mem. He asked that, in order to
prohibitive British duties levle<| Jamaica cigar Industry has spoken increase the market, duly on
,on these things that put them out out with an extremely loud and d^Br, should be reduced back u
(of reach of the mas. British mar- an*T>- voice again* the Anglo- u^ i3 rate of 14. 2'%d. Thu.
het. Cuban Trade Agreement, which no Ml<|i would save Jamaica's
In all Colonies which offer -i W'U allow Cuban cigars into Bri- cigar industry from extinction,
."tax holiday" to induce the in- tain for the first time since before would bring cigar, within the
vestment of'capital from overseas "'e war. Lm wmmor, jiniiln md, of everybody In Brlta...
> there will be the hope that Mr. submitted a full scheme to the and would posirtbly Increase the
1 Butler will adjust the present ays- British Government whereby a overall revenue to the U.K.
tern which make* tax payable at cut In excise duties on cigars would Treasury.
the full BriUsh rate, and thus Increase net consumption in Bri- jj0 indications were glvea aj
nullifies the sacrifice of taxe*. that lain, with the result that revenues that time of Government reaction
: the Colonies thvmw!%. h '.""lid be higher than ever while towards this proposal. But CoL de
made. the Jamaican market was allowed Cordova's full statement is stilt
During the few week, before to expand. in the hands of the Treasury an.l
Budget Day. Mr. Butler will have The British Empire Producers wi|j no doubt be taken Into full
lecelved scores of n'praeentaUons OrganlsaU.n refer, to the Anglo- consideration in the preparation of
from various organisations aakdng Cuban agreement In Its memoran- the coming Budget.
for cuts in manv taxe and duties dum to Mr. Butler end declares: One ray of hope Is seen In Mr.
,On* such appeal has already been "As import, of Cuban cigars on Butler*, recent announcement that,
presented by the British Empire an important scale will again be- # OD page t
Acu)t to ay
It it I ilt Sit M m Straight or
Itlfinli'il m i In- tptnnliii'ss ail
tht* s/iiii''-


SI Ml W MARCH 2. 15;
SUNDAY ADVOCATI
PAGE NIN*
/ Saw Naples,
A Gun, A Girl And
A revolver 1...1 hilled H..ir.
1 iih He iinj In sewer
brnratu \innu a* Uiese ml ye*l
know Mho 1 -hij Ha" F, in. 1 i> uir
t- , Bui he had nun> livrv and I
can rrrmtnl all uf Utetn. Hew 4*
1 knew Bectus* m> iuiw to
lt*rr> Umr. .
riiEItE wii once an rxuuisiu?,
huge amerald locket which *penl
nias'. of Its time looking out ut
the world from the rather flesh v
neck of Mrs. Donaldson as aha
waddled like a golden duck
aero** the international social
hurlioo.
1 had rather a strong desire
to change the habitat of this
locket from her cool neck to my
itching palm That was In Naples,
In 1W7.
My plan was complete to the
U-t detail. But first 1 had to got
rid of Rubio.
Rubio w.i6 a Spaniard, around
35 years of age. lie was good-
looking in a nauseous kind of
way and bit voice was soft. But
hid picked up his English from
reading books, not speaking It.
Whui went Id m him In
his swagger hotel apartment, he
didn't look hingr. Ha s..id Ynu
kept me impatient for an hour.
Mr. Lime."
I said: "I'm sorry, Senor Rubio.
I Just flew in from London. For-
got to move my watch ahead."
He smiled sceptically. "It i* my
knowledge that you have been
in Naples for three days now.
But it does not matter. I am a
man with a skill for waiting."
I said. "I'm going t
be very brief. 1 won't waste any
more of your time."
"Basno! Hut first 1 must tell
you that 1 have made all the ar-
rangement* to dispose of the
Donaldson emeralda* soon as
weahpossess it. of course."
I looked at him remorsefully.
"There's a small item of which
I forgot to inform you. Senor
Rubio. I have decided to' Include
you out."
"I do not think I understand."
'To be brief and simpleI
have derided to dissolve our
partnership."
"Youyou are disposing St
me""
the pretext of going through Lex
baggage A 5.000-llra note did
the trick.
Mis. DoaaJdaon Mgb-pKriv
i-d outraged Mafia guided
..And Lived!
Shots In The Wght
ta> vfce*l ..n.i li rlm*d it- .at.h n ***r ,n j*w too* ftt.ooo.uou
bag
aw
llblC
.SI 1.
hftyish. vOuble. gullible and
.somewhat foolish. Her fat cheeks
were quivering with rage as aba
bawled the Customs man out.
Beside bar. looking helpless,
stood a slim and lovely girl.
After a second or two I pushed
between the grinning spectators.
"What teems to be the trouble?"
I asked. As if I didn't know.
I spoke sharply in Italian to
the Customs man, while thv
looked on admiringly. He bowed
with great respect.
want to buy tor your sister*"
Some nice Jewellery Mi
Donaldson was wearing .some
thing pretty. Something life
that." Just
She laughed. You don't *ww .
softly 1 praasec
at neck. Ti*nv
irartlun. I lUicfcK unh
"
the lockat jenth
It was done sjulcklv. And now I
was ready \o make p j ilent
departure.
j.-a ,t~ ** ,h' f*-,,d ">""u that
lf^?- frote me Fwai.-ps. And the>
"ft t$% W.I. Hopes
here was no l
Of British
Budget
*> Iresa page I
f th.'
si.u.-i. 1 lunwd 1,M!' '* ** '"-'"l >''
orner and ran into ana of -r spending, if Empi..
U Roman baths I made for ,* Io be encouraged m HriUn,
I know what 1 like' Hut most "" -"- -<^"pa "7 "IJLl'L'fil1 One >! the rooms. rapivtins- it "eeim apparent the West |nd.
awm. urnMd -it cci .bout 1K> '.. ...... ndaC Mr.."11 ." '." " '
30.000 dollars. Thai's a real DonBl.i.v
tmrrald she hw Bel in th. lurt bc.utiful TlMf ply"l *
tockM" ,U h Hid "iml"
Did I sound urpn<*d" I ld I t "P. N I haw "'- w'|,
Shi- mult b craiy trawlllni O'rful loci Ho. uuld you all .. |U|, ..
roun.l rttk lh.l n.*i,., on hor "k - < ?"" iIW<<<. ,,.llTO. , ,,,
t ^H-i -....., "" t-" "S^jpss : * " ~*i
she nodded. "It not exactly
se-but she's very sentimental
bout It Her husband gave it to
er )ust before he died She
Mta tn wo' it everv dav of her
SII (I ll' II19 mm 11| HI
tfirirc HfjMill
full
thrill."
Mi- Donaldson el 1 sped her
nudgy hands "I'd adore to go
K fasclnn'tng plire "
Ad Ik-iiI to
sign the ,-hivk. When I look.-.!
up, Rubio was iMiwhtg and
smiling at the lad!
In. 1 ever, the position Is not so clei
ran back, but it was too lak* My cut The present rate of di
huraoei was standing at the levied on rum imports into B -
h a flashlight in one tain la flu 11s 3d per proof g
gun in trie other It ion and whlla this continues, eo
.,__sumption pf rum must conlii
.* Jmf*Xm" at a low level. In iplte of
' "'" vigorotM nimnalna aagssjai
a mm. m eonducted ihrxiughoul Britain
.rod and the bullet urarerf my wt |ndlan runf rompMWf( \ .
umptlon remains dlstreasin I
W, fell on the marble floor. He 1,,w.-
waa wiry and verv strong In Britain'* rum mvporta In t>-
a few seconds it was clear that twelve n-onth* eoiimg Sept.-m
Id far better shape than SO. I9M. totalled 8.300.000 gallr
I'hen he ihtl me a very maintaining the MiUafuctory k
udc t>li)\ on the head *ilh the of imports and even excee \\t. stopped ill fit
jeweiicr a wiuduw. As
i-xaiii.iiiiu; Uie stock.
bfofej 11
voice.
"1 am begging your pardon. 1 "*Vr' ?,1'jPgr' _. .nfMZ.
was Kublo. ------- 1 im Alfon Ruble."
!,"'; ....._,, un. .|>I I ..v. uo Ike Oifcl. I Ihr ,.r.-. ions ..Mr'ii ngure II
,' n'J'Tr" v "" i" iker. IMnklm yXS Uw tKrw lot wtarla ll
.........." " '" l'<-'W .,I.M ..rek..
ni you would fl mm "' ^,. r,. llK.h,.,
In_ a IxilIIe of L-i-rtrmi Tnimt lMli. An<| Mw ,,
were Mnl)
_ voice me in a nuuie 01 i^rrrmii Tnimt ,,;. An<1 w t ,hlnll
uuu Ckryu..........._-----, ^ dio-e o, ?;,, ^^ ^ ^^
"'Some other time" I snapp
"We'ie i
"The
caused me all this trouble"
raised hif hand to shoot.
m
RTELI^
ud rudely We were talk-
urn were withdrawn from t1'
tor ronsumptlon. As a reai
Suddenly the Old baths echoed ** "> >n* bonded warenoi.
th arK,u.* and genernl hui>bub. !,T ""' ed of "e year totalU
The voice of a guard eame H.WO.OOO gallons Obviously.
Nice Io meet you. Mr Rubin. .,., ,nr lT,ltli ^ignor, ini|K>rter. Onnnol rOHtlmW Io bu
.1 iiiukI-IiviiiI*' .- 1.11.1__1(1 XL'U.. l.lli.U _.._ .f 11 ...__-. ..I
louUy dlBerenl Ali 0.i-i,'
I itlnorril llubitt's
fiC
..NDVfFORi EVERY HOME
i)-iESTA.I.f "".CORDON BLEU
*GIHIS7'SINSFEIOTSCOIT CO.. LID MIDGET0WN
III On.'
Tkere wm
urmed Kuards
Rubio dropped
kls nun Pool
STLED my.lH.rt> out^of "l^jft ^S*-^
liiiiyli
tl
t NODDED. "Perhap* Uiat's
a ulcer wuy of saying iL"
There was a paukC. Then Ru-
bio said slowly: "1 do not prefer
to be disposed."
"Naturally not," I agreed. But
sometimes we get disposed
whether we like It or not." 1
picked up my hat and turned
towards the door.
A black automatic pistol ap-
peared like lightning from un-
der his armpit. He said: "If you
take one more step towards
the door. 1 will Are."
I laughed in his face. "Don't
- be u complete fool. If the) found
a dead man in your room they
would hang you. Rubio, I'm on
my way out. If you fire, the
police and all the hotel dili.ln.
will be here before you can leave
tin- BOOf Buon clorno.
A( I opened the door, he said
h.irshly "There's a saying in this
City. See Naples and die?1 "
I shnok my head. "It only
proves th;it life is very short and
uncertainfor 11* all."
Believe me. I am not a'pro-
fevlonal hero, but I was not at
all concerned aboui Senor Rubio
putting a bullet In menot In
his hotel room, j hurried to the
pier where the Arcturus was
teat tn dock ShP wa* carrying
precious freightMr*. Donald-
son. I had already made ar-
r.ngements for one of the Cus-
tom* officials to hold her up on
lUrry I.lmr. as tr*on Welles
portra>ed him in the film
The Third Man."
A few minutes later, loveliness
was gracing my car. Loveliness
Jn the form of the emerald locket
around Mrs. Donaldson's neck.
And Atmee Colins. She wa,s Mrs.
Donaldson's .hired companion.
She had auburn hair and .vi, to
match the emerald. She was as
sensitive and shy as Mrs. Don-
aldson was garrulous and gush-
ing. And she liked me. Every so
often I would catch her eye.
Then she would hastily turn
away as If she were guilty of
something.
After a while Mrs. Donaldson
said: "If it weren't for you I
don't know what would have
happened. I wish we could re-
pay you for your kindness."
I said: "Well. I think perhaps
you can. I've got to buy my sis-
ter a gift. I don't know too much
about Jewcllery--"o I wonder if
either of you could come along
and help me shop."
"Of course we can she (rushed
"Aimse doe* most of my shop-
ping for me. I'm sure she would
be delighted to help you You go
ahead. Just drop me at the
hotel."
"Oood. That's n relief Now
I'd like both of vou to be my
guests at dinner to-night"
(all in*- lluri-T.
I k.iill
WE deposited fat Mrs Donald-
son 111 ner loom, and than Annee
und I went shopping. I took, her
along to Corso Vittorio Eman-
uele. one of Naples' batter
thoroughfares.
She said: "What are you look-
ing for, Mr. Lime?"
"Please call me Harry."
"All right."
May I call you Almee?"
"If you wish What do you
lug Aui*r.can<
language."
Ignoring it, he .said: "1I ni
trying to reach Via Salvator
Rosa. Could you inform me how
U) en mere.'"
"Sure. Turn right at the next t|w ,,,,. lciiving
comer and go straight for three ^ndiruj there and bn
aquarea." hreats.
Rubio still hung around, mak- Mr, Donaldson exclaimed
jng conversation. When we final- 'What an odd man!" And Aimee Mrs Donalds-m was almost
ly got rid of him. Aimee said: asked: "Are you mire you don't hysterical with admiration for
"He -earned moat reluctant to know him. Harry" mv courage In chasing the wkfcad
leave. He actod as if he knew b| ^^ ^ ^ But Aimee -aid nothing
'Tsald: "Wal, I didn't car. to p-j^jj Rub, .,,d -
him
gghfal
the
indent marble floor and lauihcd.
rhan 1 trgstl "n Io dmj Mrs.
Donaldsvm and Aimer.
directions this
lei
Well. I didn't care to
know him. Shall we go in now?" ,
"Yea. <^iCours- . There/s ^- Wi))k |hIil ,h ,,
just one thing I'd like to ask you. Naples "
What do youfor a living?" 'j, wa. lpv ,nan u ,)0, H ,,i,
"Oh. I'm a dealer in abjeta to ,no mmmmm, extirm citv o|
d'art. I wander through the pompeii, lying like a corpse .1
world collecting the bast the foot of Its killer. Versus 1
things'." We entered through the garnet
"It soundj very interesting." of an ancient home. The rm
"It Is. Often quite exciting, shone down, hard and white.
NTSkTjW, pu, u*a--5SBfflft&
3.500 lire. On the way back to "re more lizards in Pompeii th
blamed myself for taking
them to pompru and lnt>
dssgsjgff Hut Mi Ihninldson
cried: "That terrible man would
hava Iried to -natrh the lorket
wlierev.i I KnM I'm going
to give vou a gift. A hundred*
pound note. You must take it "
Indian rum if it is IMrelj
to lie idle in warehouses. tyir.K j
wrttl other up huge sunw of capital,
the doorway.
The position is. theretoie.
that these U.900.000 gallou-
of waiehoused rum have to
bo disputed of Tiu* cannot
be done unless cotisuinplion
increases considerably; and
this will not take place un-
less the duty and thus th<
nag iown
Whatever Mr. Buller'4 de-
cision on rum duties, it seems
plain that ftiitain's rum Im-
porters are considerably over-
stocked and mu't shortly re-
dtkN the) rate of In
until some of these stock
have been worked off.
I in %orr.. -iiii!
limi'i-
The unsatisfactory income t 1
position aJTacting Investment
the Colonies is more Ufa
a favourabto sotutkm in Mr. Bu
In's Buagastj for many Consei i
tive ipokesman have deploretl
"If ft *"uation undrr which sacrm-1
iiii made by Colonial ten 1 torn1
harilv '" fometimea at great cost to that
1 llarrv *|,'v**. accrue to the benerit
BrtUln.
1 SAID gracefully
Aimee's hotel, she was pensive. 1heTe y.^ TO ho people. Hut means so muota to you.
I took her by the hand. She did inPVTe harmless. *''''' ' ' mv favourite 1
not object, nor did aho react to u>e wnlkesl slowly towards the fihe wasn't to know thafi
the touch. She let me hold her Forum, past the ancient mansion* Mine,
h^nd. nothing more I suspected f rich Romaiv*. with signs still We got hack to the car and institiite nl Tas.tioi, 1
Senor Rubio had made too strong visible on .e walls, ordering dr-vc to her hotel. She went up _,hl""l1^ndntion 10 \l
mpreaMon. It was essenU.I "Stick No Bllls"-in Latin. 3 **, jj-ylh, ^-k~ ^ S^JTSSlSS%S S
P**: .. ___..._a ..... lii... i..ii... tk t MM< excess profits tax should be h
m.in.
: Ami
,' ui-i.- Aimee For a while we stood Butler. We subntt
^> Suddenlv. Mrs. Donaldson sa.d sll-ntly together The,, I said excess profit* lax
I -It's all beginning to make mo "I'm sorry nb-wt this evening, stneted to profits
f1M.) ftnt" !'' mc** ''*" lunrh lo-morrow." tluiu.l Kingdom a
that bothered me. not Rubio. .
was beginning to be extraor- " '"i"1
d'narlly fond of her. and that was j BaKPd -ohatously: "Don't you N*o. Harry"
bad. I make It a point not to be ^j weii- Why 1
fond of anyone In this world. ] feel fliM>Just sleepy. I '** never saw the fresroc*. I
don't kn t'
laapa
At dinner I made sure that
there was plenty of spumantl.
the ItaUan version of oham-
Kline. Mrs. Donaldson was soon
rominK thoroughly relaxed.
Spumantl is a fine relaxer. I
stirred it with a wooden swlz*le-
stick. the bottom of which was
well laced with phenobarbltol.
My keynote for the evening was
relaxation. Before the evening
was over, my emeralded guest
was going to be the most relaxed The
woman In all Italy.
.vhi
I'rr
exclled "
and that pgofh
from trading overseas should 1
speciAciilly exempted. If Ul
foregoing reconuiieiidatiun to
empt all overseas profits is n.
accepted, we winjld urge that 1
Oiii.-ki. 1 rfasi
! 1..1 k. 1
AIMEE wu> worrlod Sho aid:
I ihink wo tuul boiler go back."
"We will," I o o I n d her.
But nnrt we'll lei Mr.. Douald-
.1 111.- war anmnd I .,, t >u ,
,H-kIa.- f'm ,. .Ii-ne .!.... cniii|*ii...s managed -n.l .....I
irlnkat" I shiruld hove th.-jght '''< '" "* U"> Kingdi
f that.
therefore themselves llahli' l
rxcess profit tax.
As 1 walked back t.. my hotel
thought abOMt Vaffalrr emerald. It has long been a complaint nl
catch a few minutes' rest. :i had cost me about 100 dollars British investors In Colonial terrt-
a marble bench In the 10 bribe the customs official^ and toiies that the "tax holiday" a<
of the Can de Cenale. . buy the champagne and the flli- rangements instituted in UM
When bathing
your dog . .
'Tetmosol9 Soap
. ton these reasons Tctinosol' Soap Lontains
Tctmosol', a safe yet potent medicament which quickly
kills fleas, lice ami other skin pests.
The Soap is of the highest quality, pleasantly perfumed,
and agreeable to use. It is non-irritant and non-in)urious
to both man and domestic animals.
' Tctmosol' Soap also encourages the growth of
healthy, glossy coat.
'TETM0S0L SOAP It miLAUE IN 1 02. TAIlETS
A pn>diKt ol Imperial (. henuVal (t'harmsceuikalsi ^mm^
I .m.lrJ /|C|
A. S. Brydcn & Soni (Barbados! 1 id Agent.
I lifted my glass "A toast to Here we are. Now yu sit down, gree pin. The reward left me territories have little value
na, May we always be as happy Mrs. Donaldson, and rest vogV ith I profll ' iTOodd dollar. .. ,.iins 0f attracting Oftpttal whil
as we are now." shoulder against mine." plus a bump on my head and a n,,iin still levies Income tax A
Mrs. Donaldson giggled. "A ,..] in my suit. I had lost th y,. ft.ii . Thifl wai anv>ng ih
toast to you. Mr. lame. You She murmured TSSS JOT SSL her & "^" <"nU " W """ ~"A,m" SKffS
!ir.^,;v'^,'wiiu.w-. mioro^'r^n.o^,^ jx. 'jsrimmT SU -^frS'
llllle Her nerk had become you will Me lonv cxcellenl interfoirod wllh Uie great BO opportuniiy to adjust Ui
supeniensilive bocauM of the freacoev beaullfully preMrved. romance of rny lifemy love for I nomaly before the prcsentatliw, I
locket. Heretake the torch Many Lime. the IIimIko'B.l'r.
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PACE TEN
SUNDAY ADVOCATE
-i ndai mariii 2. i*
BARATIA GETS
A HIGHWAY
___ Hy IAN GA1JE
A BKU.Miri! MN If s.timirl Vlui (Winijate 11 6).
This.1*an"t!wr novel .ib-.ui TrlnltUd, but unlika Ednar
Murr.inc in the OflsCa it does not deal with
the coftplicationa of middle clan Ufa in Port-of-Spain, but
centres around the life i f peasants of many races living In
an outlying village.

. "In
-'
Students Find It Harder
To Get Jobs
THIS is the month when pru- year * for a mat. who .got i
dent students of London Unlver- second In sclrnee. Hr had &
the final year call on Ihe previoi.* rxpertenor- in business
I'mversiiy** Appointment* Board but had Mrvad through the wai
to discus* ihair proapecu of get- Hi* starting salary was JE800
1i..k John after they have taken
(heir examination* in the sum-
One Month
For Stabbing
Ihirlniur Yi'ir*
"Lady Patricia"
(In i)rv l). k
lTttiiien Nrore
nwi
What
Tiger
tad an .11
fc
ibout hU age.
inj then
~*ht- prod
San Juan.
'.irmers.

ran or ahop keepers.
. th -Mfi.T i Women, untroubled by N .tion.l
n-v own lalkUig to the board* ..,. b#0*vm*d the pattern of
secretary- Mr. H. R. Walters, an I recruitment for men" start
deputy secretary Mis* M t ., ,mgor and will receive 100
Bobertaoo. They both say the nsoasarulc Those who teach
for graduate* is huiJ- , v! service will
cning. -.n.ly icceive more.
There ia usually a slump IB Tl* vi. w of Industry and busl-
uneJ'ig la br- jt10 jj v i^uiu ,
.revelant in th ..rrrvfi here ap Monday fiom Si
island and I have to make an Vincent i, now in the dock-
aaaaapaf of >"" Thai easBB .:iu-l Foundry
wm lommitted in the middle of UndtgdL It b understood that
lb* U,*n -nd tn the middle of the the- opportunity Is being, taken <*
day." Hit Worship Mr C i- rapaaafiag and doing
Walwyn. Acting Police Magistrate p-lm to her
>f ptstiut "A told 27-year-old
I whei l'n.nne Hinluon of Rich- Atoo undergoing repair* to*
nujul flap St Mid....... vewrrl*y Schooner CaUed PUurtm. She
what, he sentenced her to on,- arrtvert hen Bram St Lucia
moath's unpriwnment with hard ^Olh retoruuiy with U-k in her
:..liour for wounding Helena Oil- **<"> *"<* co?*T',i^L.^a^
ten. on her left shoulder with a ".wed into the harbour^ She
n pleaded guilty ,o the *2&J*S? , %ItST^
United rx.jnr
11 be accepting cargo during
ned to
uaain of
hatae. bo: appealed agam*t Mr K'Sf'.J"' ^
m--------, im.-------------^ - ~- S^^h^2^uJ?5SS ITS wmba r-
tha time of a Gene- | UM value of a univer- "" '"!,, 'J^0"" ,h?1 bout 12 the gajalL
' Big nrnu have for P-m. "-p' .kn** .*!;*"
u.jnd a* a rule pick* up aa;.i. a Urw time et a store upon the ;*n M" and want to W rr the past thu* day* there
U ha* not d*ne Hhgraa implle* Not f-nd- it fay. Whilo thera both ua ^.^ t ((^.t .or f busines
This haidening procass made all smaller Arm* yet realise h<*. a an argument and on u,c lower side of the outei
Itself felt flitt upon the market much of the heat materials pro- the defendant pulled a knlle basin of the careenage.
has now aueed in the schools is going on '-
need
The raaaontfoi
ItuaineM flniui "1' pnlightrnwi
nd industrial enterpitte. have * bo"W ." *W M
i rtaodi I *
it are twofold
and uaauauiu anwrpiues nave - -' ~ "*
.on-pl*. .K._UH ot m-U.. r*,. ^ ->'; ;'-; .'e jr. BJ .n v,M
*\M -I l.\(IN
irtlme ttaff shortage*., and uw
lumber of studen's at universi-
ties today 1* much larger than it
was before the war (at London It
is me than double; the 1939-411
flgure-n.OOO. in It51-S2 23.000,
improvement since 'he w:ir "
Tha :--..
.* a cei
.-nluable Instruct
Th.
amount
iiithor tell, the story
Decision On
Stabbing
Confirmed
defendant pulled a knife ba9|n f nV careenage. Man>
- Hay and made several lighten lined the wharf anc
stab* >>' tier with It. One of the WPre being laden with cargo foi
tughi" her on th* left the S.S Troft.-r.
.'houli'iT and on* of her lingers Included among her cargo an
aU>o rut. leOO ba*t< of lUgar. 500 bag* of
"Murder" ^ned ^" 2 (,n'
l.lai,. CvnsWble Thcophius V'J'P- *
II,*kr laid that on February ^^^ '
; tout 12.12 p.m. he was on Swan
S'.raat When he heard shout* of
under" On ruing to the bol-
MR. FISHERMAN
WE HAM.
GALV. WIRE NETTING
in r mi i Hat
at prices which cannot be
beaten.
.V. It. now ELL
Bay Street.
Lumber & Hardware
DIAL 33M
i>aaa*aaoa*>aaaaaaaaaa>aa
in
Th.


It Takes Longer
1 WE see from two to thrae
thousand people a year," said Mr.
- -'' Walter*, "about a third of them
dree boys who spend tneir first art, student*. The average com-
Ktavtag school in search j^tpnt person coming to *ee u* In
f u >ounialiitic career. One gets February would in the patl. have
nil job lii fleet Street, probably been fixed up with a )ob
i Kndi his time hoping that by September. With the harden-
6 rjr a reporter will be lick ing of the market the interval
Mil gat,a chance to show between their fatitaf *e 'uni- V(.,r.o|(| hawker Undlne Hink- ,omplalna"nt came up to her
- of Richmond Gap. St. Michael l
drum* of Mies
200 drum., "f
.uciium-pan mutate**. The
.ill be leaving tor Lon-
don today.
.JL'T AI*o unloading her cargo from
il.frndant and complainant nghl- lhv i;m,cd Kingdom ha* been the
ii g. Trie defendant was making s5 philosopher Both the Phil
several attempt* to *tab the com- 0(0n)ier and the Crofter are con-
plainant and eventuaUy the com- clt[ned to Messro. Da Costa *> Co..
o/ nlainuit wt cut on her left i_ui#
*houlder. He held the defendant -
UbQ ..f Swan Sticct he
the AasnUnt C
Appeal Their Honour* Mr M. <\. wiuu = ~ #,-, the
V,ughan and Mr. A. J H. Han- and .mother woman managed to sta.tecl to abUBB bar. atfMr Jf$
s.he)l v.-t.n-.ia. connnnad the t-ke away the knife. argument the .-omplamam *g*
at Hit Worship Mr. C Asked by Mr. Walwyn what .he her In the face and while Ui
l. Walwyn who sentenced 27- had to say, Hlnkaon said that the were nghtinn
he can do. Another

tl i *h"
races in I
toge'her if they forget their
. th it they
ore all T But then
Id build a
i i of life tn
. token Tiger-and
their gardciftand
i clancing, and finding it tedlou:
novel the BU ifter .. time decides to beeome ,
:rnrr inttead.. The third I a
well i*>iit tt the right way and Join:
venuty and our being
place them Is likely to
-.llced
ind the complainant was cut.
that
ba tail
specli
Chur
liaed field* of medicine, t
one month's imprisonment |
ith hard labour for wounding ;
L Helen an her left
hiulder with a knife.
,in-r. planning KraduaUy lo work direct* the Inquiries of many Otteeni appealed against Mr.
in way up and then try for a job hundred student* to proteaa*onai Walwyn_t decision and wa* also
London dady itrgamaationa which have thetr rdered^ti pay the coat of appeal
own equivalent to an appoint- which amounted to 10/4. Gitteru
i rce boy* started believing inenU board. said that on February 20 about
r gardcnwaiid the glamorous Hollywood ver- "Wa aea people from the cradle )2 |2 p.m. the wa* on Swen
mi. American? to *ion of a newspapennan'* life, to to the grove." said Mr Walters, strct and went up (o the tray of
h-lp bull out only loo that there Is l"ra, friendly man. himself a the defendant. While there an
very little glameur and a lot of B-Sc. ol London, and holder of iiri(ument anise and the defend-
-ud a#> hard work involved 'he Military Croaa. "Many ant t^k up a knife from her tray
contented. It.- had learned to read parent* bring boy* and girls to .,<( ,.ul her on the left shoulder,
and he could not mak* up his I strongly recoouneud thu book aee ua before they have entered inland Constable Theophilua
mind about what he would do to- any school boy* and school the university." At the other end Holder arrested %he defendnnt.
when the Americana left -What furlg who are conteenplatinR going "f the scale, a man of 74 recently Sl,, Murrell prosecuted for the
wax he smti; lo i saU wrbai for a London dailv, and nnding a Job.
away has bad experience of all *ldc\ of Registration with the board ----------------------
u-ost* 2s. M. for every *t month* .... -*
of reaiatratiorj, bya< liajlJiMrl 21 (AUUluUlU'S For
'.!'
iild.au a .
ma I lam he write* with
ia, fSar imp. Buy thortty, and with the enthui___
i'ig gardau. of one who. knowing all the dlfft-
Nal Senit nildren to Hurt-ot- ctilties, would still follow no oth'c
Spa.n t' i imiii career.
doctor and lawyer O) ihos
bend
I. . chaa>w
i-r lasid
tu. bland."
IW Ml.WIIANT SCUOONKRS
by id..i i .n.i,i,mi (parclval
Mart*i*U 3* >
rhls book Will be
those whu make

. H u u% laava tum
Utu-
:rr :-
Tt
.
ia n gajtee others, hut there gt no
Mi .t (In. L. ..re yf th* best
novels lo be written bv : Vest
In 41.1 n.
till MONttW STORY bv Jsmr>
Le-a*r (O.l1 P. 7/>
Thu] i> i ol tnui m o! .. novel, bul
. Bare itlonal book
wrapped up in novel form.
! livople It
give* an
oimculue
ullam "n u caroer as well as
receive a weekly bullet
ing a collation of jobs publicly ad- -" |__. *," / T a" IT /
vertlted and other* known to ihe Mltry M U O.fv. ff .M.
^.^frequeSu^'^id Mh. They -re 21 .andldate. for
Itobertson (a BA. of Oxford. MA. entry to U.C.W I Two are taking
of Glasgow), "we get applications Ihe entrance .wtmlnalion; 18 an*
from vaduates of Oxford. Cam- taking the Barbados Government
Merest to bridge, the Scottish Univer slue* F xhibltion. These 18 candidate.
_ duo.} of who say 'We've heard you're .u with an additional one. are taking
-uiieal history. It deal* with the good." the U.C.W.I. Scholarship examuui-
. ippers. multiplied with the Doe;, the quality of the degreo M tg au-el ship*, and some of which taken count in getting a Job? d F_ .,u
are siiU sailing now. For scientists it matter* a lot
-_ whether they get a good degree. |-lverltv cllrge Of The Weat
They began as carrier* of ripen- |n am, the larger firm* like a l*die%
wig fruit, racing home from the first or second-glass honours. Candidates for Entrance Exom-
att ,k., rtr'*'f't*'i."r "** *^vant with though they are not. very often, ,na,lon Art*:Alma I. Lloyd,
3"*i their perishable cargo**. Later concerned about what subject* .,,.,_ F "E ,,...-,, '
'fiSlSHW? H "?" If*ders have been read^ f.nd.d.te* for both U.C.W.I.
In engineering it ,|oe* nc* *em fcbfla-ftbiB Ksarnination and
S m!1^LaboU|lIh#D.q^ IL, Barbados ^Government Exhlbi-
the degree so long as student* .
have gone through the syllabus
and passed their examination. NATCRAL -iiimi
what ag the pay that young men
and women can expect to receive Geoffrey Rudder, Erskme .
when they enter industry or com- Ward,
mercc with a university degree ARTS
after their names''
For men, the figure is about Courtney N. McL. Blackman.
475 at she age of. say, 24, Mary %. Iliathwaile. Ernest A
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Oil Paintings of J. M. W. Turner Th T-h -
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A supreme Colourist
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Jirst oil (jointing in ihe .iimu.il
KhlbtUoil in ITS".
the age of H l'> this time he
rwas already an accomplished
waier-colcurtst and hi-
had bwn m ceptcd by the Academy
t early at. I'M. His early tuition
in the oil medium in oaaaaara
Mlhough tradition has it that he
lopied at the studio uf Sir Joshua
Who died in 17V2.
Turnei entered the Royal Academy
I Schools in 1 "89 and it aeoms
L leaseni'bU- to uppo*e that he
| learnt the elements of his craft
I curing tins period. His Bral work*
|_ are dark and almost monochro
iatic and betray a lack of
in In- " Hi
,. kill and confidence are
Utg hi'uwuig volume
ork during the next few
i which he established a
kputation as i marine painter.
Ehi- i [ d of hi* work reached
Hi full maturity In The tun rising
IB a Mil (painted in 180?) where
H^ outmatched Willrun van der
VeMc and Aelbert Cuyp.
fSX..ke many another English
Einter his early work was often
pan Dutch nth century
Mali and in addition to marine
painting, lnndscitpet and genre
aubjecto were handled with in
. nuiosily. The sea and
everything connoctad with the sea
fascinated Turner tin ughout his
*life and provided him with endless
i-oth calm and stormj.
rV. Interest in li.'hcrfolk I* vivlaly
: reflected in the bustling stormy,
n ol Calais Tier painted
.n 1B03. As early as 1800 the
* calm rmOlann or Kit-hard Wilson.
lath century PMrttth
.i ; n. .i.
Turner's mythological subject
AMaftaj with Ike Sibyl. This
picture was the first of a long line
at p.imting.N in which Greek
mythology und Roman histnry
i M' btM mi !' '>'' NnJi leg of
dazzling effect* cf light and colour.
In 1802 the Trinity of Amiens
opened up Europe again for a brief
period to travellers from Britain:
Turner hurried over to France and
Switzerland by way of Calais, and
visited the Louvre, where he made
a number of notes on the pictures.
r He was enthusiastic about Titian's
use of colour and the balanced
light and shnde of Nicolas Poussin;
el he also admired, but he
dlaukad Kubcns' system of double
lighting though he thought the
Flemish painter"! wchnique was
brilliant.
The effect of Poussin's work
upon Turner is clearly noticeable
in the pictures painted immedi-
ately after this visit to France.
Always a first rate draughtsman.
his painting becomes firmer and
the pattern of light and shade
more decisive. The influence of
i'outsin culminates in The Goddess,
of ih-i. ni choosing the Apple of
tenlenUen in the Garden f the
Hrspertdc* exhibited In 1806 at
the British Institution. The In-
fluence of Titian makes itself felt
in the bolder colcurs which Turner
began to use in 1B03 as well as in
tttff and the echo of
Ruysdael can r be detected In
Turner's landscapes for the next
;0 rears In 1807 there appeared
a brilliant essay in the manner of
Dutch 17th century genre painting
nulled Ttte Blaekssmikhs Ska?.
Here we find bright touches of
local colour and an accomplished
treatment of light. This wu fol-
lowed in 1808 by The Death of
Nassau in which Turner estab-
lished himself as England
greatest historical painter.
During the tlrst period of Turn-
er's career as a painter in oils hi*
earlier topographical drawings had
served as models which were soon
transformed into highly original
compositions. As his confidence
increased the range of his work
became wider and his technique
expanded rapidly. By 1808 his
niaroacuro. which was
lather like that of Rembrandt,
became charged with an auii.w-
phere that was bright and
luminous even in the shadows, and
the whole key of his colour
.ightcned appreciably. The earlier
works such as Calais PKt wer
possessed of a Byromc fury which
gave way during the next four
years to quietness and meditation
In spite of much ill-considered
criticism a number ol Influential
patrons and critics supported him.
during the second half of his life
wealthy manufacturers began to
buy his painimgs. Throughout hi*
life Turner enjoyed loyal suppoit
from the majority of his fellow
Academicians, especially the
younger men, and on at least
one occasion the Academy was
severely criticised for Its modern-
ist tendencies in countenancing
his work. Turner did not, how-
ever, rely solely upon the annual
exhibitions at the Royal Academy
to sell his paintiflgs. In 1808 In-
built hut own galkry In tju Anne Street West and for some
>ears held annual exhibitions of
his work. After these exhibitions
were discontinued he kept a num-
ber of his pictures on permanent
show; some of them were sold,
but several others which he called
Ins "darlings" he refused to part
with and they were eventually
bequggtifcad to the nation
Between 1806 and 1810 Turner
painted 12 oil sketches of subjects
tonnected with the River Thames
and the Wey. All of them wen-
painted on thin veneer boards and
are among the earliest examples
cf outdoor painting In oils. Swift
Ukd summary in their treatment
DOtM of rapidly changing
effects of light and shade which
foreshadow the oil ikah
John Constable some years later.
As early as 1708 Turner's interest
in light led htm to study Claude
Gellee whose work mudc him fed
both excited and unhappy becau**-
he felt it was inimitable. The
influence of Claude lasted
out Turner's life, more especially
in his classical and mythological
subjects, but by 1814 Crossing the
Broek shows him B0Bt]
idiom of Claude to the English
landscape both in design and In
the rendering of light by ub.<-
gradations of tone. In Dido build-
ing Carthage, painted in the same
year, the method of the French
master appears Just as fully de-
veloped in a classical subject.
This clearly distinguishable
phase of Claudia!! inllu- DM [O
winch Turner renders light mainly
by subtle gradations of tone ends
tan todteau1 lor >.
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in 1819. the year of his first visit light i> rendered in pure colour T1"" ,lim' he (xjntraatl |h> .p
to Rome with the large painting 'he white ground is stained in Wfllng 'hip of the past with ih
Kl.hsnond Hill on thr Trisiee I Ukg ITgaW UfluUI, in otli.-i I Di* '' W ' fepTI K ''
Regent's Itirthda*. The Iniluence* Ihuily scumbled. the tug The GO) U W I f
if tbe various European masters In Il)r. deriding rolypheanus l*mpid
whom he had emulated were painted In 1B29 he esUUiihoa a fWaTT ll palsitgd with all
cumulative and cannot be neatly cwmplctely new Iwrmorry. All is t*tcrj' which Tun..
separated one from another: light and colour, from the flanwig v ' '"* ,'r'1" with water.
throughout the remainder of his design of the morning cloud- ii From 1040 onwardi l
life It is possible to detect the the transparent veils of blue m I
effect of all of them In a single the shadows. This picture is pro attention HU ta isl trash be-
.-oinpo*ijion Steadily his own bably the gTeatesl hlstorie.d paint loogei and the fftlltl : Hi
very personal vision unfolds Itself. i"g produced by the Romantic aten are luggi t> .i rather thi
reinforced by an acute visual Movement In England. At about deocribtd Tm. loq-
inemoiy. and as early as lglS h the same period Turner painteel ,i u-overstal ptctufw Ol EtU career,
had pro-luccd on astonishingly number Of line pktures at Pet- stain, Siesta sad Speed.
modem landscape In Frosty Morn <-ilh Park, in the English county I am ted in 18*4 Here (he kMh nts'
Ing. a picture which strangely or Sussex, which are all studies of aW n. .....lam Bn
enougli achieved instant popu- ver'ouseflect.. of light. In Interior spe-d of the r.. 11 a ,,s ruataingj
larlty. Archdeacon Fisher, who twnfc everything in the ro>-m across the viaduct and by the
was a staunch friend of Constable, has been transmuted by a burst of iinvnig ram whuh u..ninuio- the
described it as "a picture ~'
plclurcs.' Turner paints a
picture of a frosty morning
country with the calmn'
Words wort n. It is u detocheel
deeply felt interpretation of mat *<-ru wnicn leads -he eye In! abstrnct Hi.- ingpi
moment when the winter sun nseh 'he picture in a manner that be now from the idea lying behind
rnd slowly thaws the frosty land comes typical of the last 20 ycr i ,s subject rather than frot
An important feature of Turner's "' nx life. In the Ftte/Oriri outward appi
career was his practice of spending nctures are als.> loma simple and I\irner's importance lies very
several months each year travel!- fcl'1 "2 l1""*'" " The Old Chain hugely in the way in which he
ing in search of material for his I**** Brighten nuticipatcd Ihe d'cveloptneni ol
pictures. Owing to the unsettled Jn* following deo-de of Turner's i.ci^cape painting in the IBth
state of Europe, his visit to France hie is characterized by work in century. Long before ho duti Ihe
. ml Switzerland in 1802 was the which the ground is often laid In canvas primed with whit* and iho
only occasion on which he left this w^hniasses of blue, yellow or red. l,Kht scale of colour which he
country until 1817. Thereafter his ^orhaai Castle is a vision of im>; i s, i had been v
visits to the Rhine. Switzerland and sunrise carried out In prim- Tin- works of the !
1- *SJ
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of sunshine into a caacad* of Jewel- light into .. ta -
simple liKe colour: Through this not of imM. During the It BwTfl
t In the colour the strueturo of the room if his life l '{] .....
lie** of eon be dimly made out. Colour effevt of hghi and darknees ..ndl! S2&SJr.."
Mdyei ."id light are swept into a spiral l is rompoiltiona bstfome more'
of that patierri which leads 'he eye Into abstract. Hi* ingpiraVri comer; } *"-<-"
DP-MORSE'S
y& PILLS
>nd IUly became more frequent ary red, blue and y of low
until he was 70 years old ond worked into a white ground
railing he-tlth curtailed his travels, "foreshadowing of French
His first visit to Rome in 1819 *m century Impressionism In
brought about a marked chango its colour The decade closes
m his work. Like Poussin.. Claude with The Fighting Tenter-
and Richard Wilson before him he *>** in which the painter return-
found lasting inspiration In the ""^e more to a historical subj.
scenerv around Rome, Trivoll and
Naples. On his return to London.
Turner's colour became brilliant
In 1813 he had already begun
priming his canvas with white In
order to obtain greater light in all
parts of the picture. The lln.1
Italian visit clarified his Ideas and
from now on colour and light
became indivisible. The first re-
sults of this visit to Italy dis
appointed his admirers, but In
1823 he produced The Bay f
Bslse, a much idealized rendering
rf the subject In which dazzlmg
clo
boot!
fi tein.nneii
until the present cenluiA whan
wu realised that Turnei
creams were nearer to the truth
Ihan had bean lutpoctod O table
these islands he was unapt
during ms lUetime except
uid the United Stat
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A. 1.3. 8.8.11
H. 2. 10, 4. 11. 3. 13. . l:. t.
I . IK. 20. 10. 2.. M, 1
it. 25. 28, '.'. n:
. - i ..
1 puixlfl total "32." both across
and dm* i I ii<*t two
VKI'.TICAL lulumna muat hm
. 11 numbera under M,
^hiie the thud column muit have
ail FVFN ni.mbera under 23.

IE' t
IKTELUGEICE TEST
JOSH-
, T O MABI
II
' I .1.1 Mr- WlH-
, i.iiind Hit
P: !i .(
I u '
- li. ihliiH-
Iuit I
COUGHING
IS DANGEROUS
Betty Ume vuu utugb
your luaa* hi maicrd.
uid rur bean n o*cr
wotfcad Slop rora
cuugb by laUag VBfiai,
CatKal fjuTUtBi Taa|
wops ''uahiuj. noaaca
Iraaif.ii.j *(. toothci
raty aAreacaa. eeanfarU
asd puiraa iba langs
X
%
>
1.....
.1 input me:
II >uU muluplt
'Ik. \ ;t
OU indeed. '
now we i .i
N
..
. tin .. dsi
la a i ''.
Haw old la Jeut '*
***wa***a***w*ww*-****w*************
//" you tcanf an alarm clovk
that you can aivava friiaf
irrurarr. handnomr
nixterately pricedyou muii
r/iooae a Smith Alar
IMhS on
Time!....
a Smt'f/t/lfaHm6
I ,..!. 11.. -
i.uline Jeuellero
. i:..au uopa*?
".....%
pj-. |o jMUinii a *i at" >*\:
jo jannfl min aqi *Jlt DUV
t I- tl H pOf Oft
i uQUinn ]o
. hip icuuU
NDIIR10S 1S31 33N39I1T11NI
% iv it li '
fli SATURDAY PU^il
Rupert and the New Bonnet2


in aarai
Vou nuve to anrnnaja
..il M word* in an
iii
Ti.inp batfafH
*n '.:! ,iml thai
nail 10 it u -'.enie nv on- >! i iiilea
RULES
1. rue Urd may Ba
an ananun oT iha
word Uiai precodaa It
2. It may bf a
ynonym of the ward thai pn
cedes, n
1. it may ue aenwyed d,
rld:nf one lrller to. lUMTactiO
one letter from, ot changing on
letter in the preceding word
. It may he aaaoclated wUi>
the precedln* wtird In a uylitf
aimue. metanhor or amnplRtl'm
of IdeaK.
I. It may form with Ittt
praoadlng ord a name ot a
well-known oeraon. place "
thltut tn lie* or fiction.
ft. It mav he aaauciated will)
the proceding word In title 01
action ot a boo*, plav or other
comuosltlop

iiii

*


T (Jtrt.ii. Kup:ii i.
.''light*.' M i a>-.
!i:li -,.
Iwnne! ind *
nder. Vau'r*
in goo.1
l .1 *hr aiv'i hiw
VOUR HEAD!
AND YOU CANT
BO WRONC!
lite icauUt iiae of
Lanalol llair rood
will, by its action on
the root* and tcaip,
noumh every hair
gbnd and encourage
richer growth. It
proido nourishment
to the kcahp and nau
ooti aod korreota
Mach troubka aa
DANDRUFF
PARTIAL BALDNEM
THIN It FALLING HAIR
dally application of this Hair
ilia unlalllngly In a really
beautiful gloaay ht.ul of hair.
LANALOL No. I Wlih oil (Yellow
Label) (or dry icalp
. No. 2 Without oil (Green
LANALOL
Label) lor h,
mrmgei
LANA1
i naturally otfy-
ling
AM (Hue Label). A
(BakelMe
(f does you good in two
ways you rub it on
and you breathe it in!
for quick, sure relie'
rub THERMOGENf
Medicated Rub alt ovti
your chwt, throat, and back
I" healing warmth relieve:
congestion, and breathing the
pleaiant medicinal vapour it give^
off clears noie. throat, and lungs.
LANALOL SOLIDIFltD
bo). An Ideal flutive.
LANALOL SOAP SHAMPOO (Had
Label). A liquid aoapda luxe.
Leeal Ilklrlbulora:
GENERAL AGENCY CO..
(Barbadoa) Ltd.
P.O. Bex 27
Lanalol
,il! I l Mil 17,11
eae
niiiu
DOUBLE -ACTION
THERMOGENE
MEDICATED RUB
In big glass Jars and bandy dandy Tins
HllUtWII ill BJIUIlUl .
aonli BAitUki. Oman

PUlIC
nage -
aie rurr ia I "
ge rteaal Regan Le.r-
- Oanu i tii- log)
a 8lter-S*ateiWall*
ti

i
ibieFinn
i ii-, .
:,- II.-
London Eini berviea
Constellation to
VERM
II119I1
-i
IN 1908 Prof. C. V. Boys Ottttl tlio EoHowinfl
remarks in his fnillitilllltl ddmi to Im
Physical Society in London :
"The l.ubricalini1. piuLicily u| uil deae-ntt)
on somethinji wliich is ;il nwwit un-
known .... no "no knows wh:it oillnesr
is".....
This blissful Male of n noiamv continued until
March 1920 when Wdls and Southcombe pub-
lished a paper showing conclusively that th>'
"oilinesaV of a mineral oil could be substan-
tially improved by additives. Oils made on
the wells Southcombe process became market-
ed throuRhout the World m%
GERM OIL
These Oils are available to you to-day in
Barbados thr-.u, h th. "liKRM" A nl
CENTRAL FOUNDRY LTD.
.AndSave$2i:3.50On "Off Peak Fares
Your (light by ^i. itized ConsbillaUon Spta mrd
aavea you days ol iravellmg lime extra lime
do and iee more ui\ busineu or i
You relax ua de,'- catad comfoii, enjoy twnpll
meala aod moaitime tnin.s In flifiht hin abnn Um
No uirti to pay not t\cn a tip
tar attentive B O.A.C. aervicr
B.O.A.C. lakes good can of you
YEAST-YITE
" YEAST-V1TB V.
ln-lplng you to fwl
Tablet Is a sclentlfl<
together with th.
Vitamin Bi. Teatth-
uapleaaant Bympto:
be one more aJih-a i
great benefit of" Yt.
. iter and brighter afterwarda. Bach "YKAST-V1TE"
'inbination of analgesic orpaUwaUevlaalBB |
important etimulant. Caffeine and the valuable tonlo
Tew with I hi- next pain or cold that attack! you! As the
oa ude aud FOU l>egin to feel your old self again you will
. i be oountleps ihousandd of people who bavi
\sr \TTB" PIck-Me-Up'Tablcu' C.'t ilouleTO-llAY!
bakbapos
MINIION
new YoaK
PARIS
MIAMI
NORMAL
HtTltRN
KARE
1KH1
MI.10
1.5*0.10
4M.S*
"OFF SFASON*
RETURN
FARE
uaut
1.3M.M
CoanH your Travel Agenl nr Brill.h Weirt Indian
i,\Ty'y'"~ ,'",.''r Br""' Sl""- BHdgelown-Bar-
"idm. Telephone 45(5
FLY BOM
1,111,11 OVERSEAS AIRWAY* JO 8PUU I I ,i S
N.
Quickly'f&Uev&s
HEADACHES
NEURALGIA
COLDS CHILLS
FEVERISHNESS
1 NERVE and
PAINS
YEAST-VITE "Pick Me-Up" Tablets


r\mv. mvhch l i:
STVDAT ADVOCATT
p^.r Tirnmrv

HENRV
BY CARL ANDERSON
CUNT OF THE FLYING SQUAD ....
BY ALAN STRANKS ft GEORGE DAVIES
BLONLMF
BY CHIC YOUNG
We never
lei go!
Vigilance over Ihe high qualuy of
"Black & While" is never relaxed B nded in
the special Black & White "' v iv this truly
BL AC K& WHITE
SCOTCH WHISKY
Of it Srcta' A in fAe "Blciiditia
V. -
ii-.i.i^cm
! a M F S BUCHANAN A CO. LTD.. OL1SCOW. SCOTLAND
FLASH GORDON
BY DAN BARRY
IT PAYS YOU TO DEAL HERE
SPECIAL offers to all Cash and Credit Customers for Monday to Wednesday only
SI'M IAI Ol I I IIS :ire mm -nuilnlil*- ill our llriiiirlicM Tnerd*itle.
S|M iiilu-l...mi uml Smut Strr-
Usually Now Usually Now
Tins Brisket Beef (4 lb> 4.20 4.00 Tins Anchor Powd. Milk (2*J
UrtlNGlN^ UP FATHER
BY GEORGE MC. MANUS
ioorr k>jcwa*4at
TO DO ABOUT yCAJB
FATt-CC ME ift SO
CAffELESS ABOUT
TVfi / KCWESSGS'
m A6HAMEO OF
, THAT I WLLOO'AMP
TH6UIT& 'O T* UXC
L__ TMB POGSBNT-
LOOV AT nqu.'*oj useo
TO DPE^G UP LOOKBP
OAPca? -fciow uxx at
*U /CAlLS9S-l>4TOy-

ftuf am
AN rw AWN
MAT I
BY ALEX RAYMOND
- HRHY
THF PHAN1 <
BY LEE FALK a RAY MOORES
'. . ......
MM 680UT WU.*UftN*ME.*Xje
M*E .WUV \CU MESS LIVE TUW-IN
:wt jungle.?
v*&S!
'
lCAMT3DefiBW*CMONTHE(W41!>t\MEaE ARE *XJtlT
LE6END? tOIjW:MV'R1IPE.IF,^)IJC">.' ST l|'/*l|
it rjJ"'Q*?^ j^E3Eabch"s. y,i rr.' -.a
Tins Aylmer's Fruit Salad 85
Pkgs. Shredded Wheat 48
80 Tins Smedleys Peas
12 Pkgs. Jello Puddings
2.35
49
23
2.12
46
19
D. V. SCOTT & Co. Ltd. Broad Street
I II I C O I. O N > A II I < II o I i: II I I s
dloliday
in iA. Jl. Jnjcuk
a 70 XoAjifrid
AUSTIN
...... -
*&*.
We have been advised by The Austin Motor
Co.. Ltd. that cars are readily available under
the Overseas Delivery Scheme for visitors
to England.
XI SI l> Yon ran iIi-im'imI on it!
i
CALL IX BMULV TO \ssi ill: okuvehy
to si ir yoi it i mm ii- i.x TMB i. K.
/
TCBC ECKSTEIN BROS. BAY STREET
1


titfO SomiAitl


p\r.r roiRins
,s ADVOCATE
SUNDAY. MARCH 1 ISM
CLASSIFIED ADS.
IM III U \OII4 I \
ion nE\T
TELEPHONE 250S.
THANKS
(IVMIWH1 The CuraWitairti
>-eg l*rOuU> U* ut>ii< tav
..-,.. t- .11 i-e kmsT (run*
heseeit wreath. mn 8 MiiMIHW.
or in any wav p'*wd iwti "
tn pi .jwmnt ktiisesmellt.
UJi In
. sssfan
II *l* We IM
than.
iw hiii wraaH
MMf f>rww. of o*-im*Ji. and
-ho etoe attended the funeral M
HW^fO husband mid father CTiarles
Vltcbe.l DaC-st. Lewi*
l

.fir.***-! 04
fpi tn 11 -!
IN MEMOEIAM
iiinoMi

line luMti ABMlri( late SBiap
keeps-r of Bag* !:
IINUMlid H.i.' MM
Ma> glorv be her r*,Ung pier*.
No* absent from oar NtIM
A ton* provided piece to them.
Wtwr rth*r ell. Hi,
re*r*mbered
I
I I
lusri h in loving mm
beloved husband Drr> *
Who fall asleep M Man h and Il
Bloaaorne may wither
rtower* m> die
rwi* M) forget vou
Ever to be raenenbered by hi
EU'abetn A Foster Th* Footi
and graradchUdren. 1
l.,.i
i Ml
(.ItTt.V* In hiving imaum of my
hij*ha*.d Ernest Oinatu. who 1*11 asleep
Stoop on helmed sleep
NfVH to
|n#a Gittea.
Nellie. Mrs
CeiBsn T Ml
HAU- I" lo*
A life that standr m nil Irue Ire*
have Mood.
Fitavroot'ti m IM ' nh. >"' Cod i
-.mbeted r.v-||uih Smith
H I
-in
MALI, In k-ving mamoiy of *%' Oar
wife- Hilda Small, wlui v. a. called t
higher eeevlc* on March IM 1BSI.
I lorn for. household voices con*
ror .-ntohed hope i lng
Bui Owd has IH ID dear "
And he Ma U< I wrong
Wilfred Small -husbandr. ""bar
RrerHon- SBIn
"imri In loving nwmory of our d
h.abend and lather Robert E-v.
Waehs-s who departed Ihi. life
March 1, 1MB
Till memory fades and life departa.
You'll live forever in our heaiH
Remembered h> Th* Work*. ?""'
Henry's Lame * **- '
INTERESTING TO
VISITORS
Your ""'"i WARM WATEI
IT THERE CAS IK
CU tl >oi *- Showr.-
It* Ihr Bcaulllul WhU
Uln Knamal O. Ooy
mlnalx >. i... wi
rtlcr oim m i oik BAU
AUTOMOTIVE
NOTICE
nti rl> M -r niMN
._ pnraono or Ittma dvaimr wuh i*m
P-nMi or* kindly kl i -
inn no>r.inod t,.( :t#-i la."
U,* IMw IIML
H I
Par*
.,. AT IWI nwMM MtkMO*
**i Appl^ T S KMM* Dul
rr^ H BM ljn--i-
III!
TMrl wwrli Trtopkwnr mm.
CAK it* VtnuhoJJ t-
Apl KKhard IK- ' MuUfcy. S
caji im> Port Cnntn.
PaiU A#p. Mhnrtt
Ardlf*
r Boa aid
CABI fcorria Car h p mihui
M.oOt Por furWier p-rUeuUi appl
A Cuke 'Junior. Co lkn*n
to Ptwir 4BI 1 B>-t In
CAK: ino Molaatoy 10 10.WO mUr
Ek.vlWnl condlton IM1 M-tUb Mm-
0 n.ito*. A-l condition Port Royal
ifr Ud T>;*B>h-r.r 4504
17 1 Bm
KLKCTRK-AL
ua k ii
howrooan. dlilllBI R R iBinU- A Cc
Die ruAHHLiuin BAi-nrjUBR-
WhotoaaW and PoUll CITY r.ARAll"
O.. H U I - I I n
MCA AH IH' Comov
RrcMv-r iwilhout Cabinet A
QfOff* Mirrt. BeliTiont ltd
Bi
rTADIOGRAM IBM QPC Radlocram
Ito4k Conanto. Pully r*vlrrd. nrallont
lltlo-i CDDM May br aaon
DaCoata. lUnt or wnli- Timpaon Lodgi
i H.au
h I^TINUHOLSr. RFPRIGftm
Ubli fftt In pnfl condllk-n I
iifntmatioii dial Hl5 or 4T1
FUKNITIKK
.... In aood
, lUMrMM
I 3 In
LIVESTOCK
rOW: Ono Oradfd Ourcnacy Cow lv-
ii.I twvlvr ntiiti milk daily, third Call
' - Willi..n l)U-In
aovkea
: at s
i i"i i torar
V*\M>B
HELP
CAPABUl
d ....
] m
n\RBMHl- CLCBKK' I Mii\
Tbo Annual Ooi.ai-1 Mt .
BbOOO UlUOB will bo had -t the Y M C ,
Naval N-U on MONDAY HM* March
N at 1 V n,
Notan vt B*Mlotia aini of qunuoi '
Or dtoiuaai'-
o tiw Bnrrtnry in aixindliLn
A L-4Y Cfcrt l<-r offato -
knowionfo ol nh'-nhnnd
inr. and av-nal * w
Fooi lich Cause
Killed in 4 Days
MMM I lwc,l

ati"ff. *I r^fOl or W
t tn U! Apr b> uanr MotW f'--'"^*.*5*'-
jtH ft of inn.- rfr wxl rapwbiiit to Boi abc c o
lain r*.*My dJH> tot
ocommodlatto-i. >.M*ing Tcltot anal Wa
lawn LAHM and .l..i. t< cool
. natonli 1 >oi
-aU- CWwinon'
AS HA. BaUuhvba
bafeoba. SL Jowl-. Awt'
Vtadi WoM. ii.-iitou-

MLnWBTftW Por r*twr.'ioii Af**
0|iHWiMIUy to trartl OEandi
promiitHH, fcr i llhL imii
ponrhK- Submit pholo
population icextUmtUI
ib>H 1 K BarbbdoB Ad\ . I BH ;
-.1*,, ON
.--ph wflh
Pain and Itching
Stopped in
7 Minut#s
Cmrral
MWITll
11U MB
PM
HAKR10ON iXIIXt lir. I.POET8
Tt MDA1. IITR MABCR. nm
Th* School Blporta i I '-
m to 5 JB I " Tuaad^. Illh
f^rrh All Old H-rrl*..
rdlally tnvitrd 7>n- ill be an OKI
Knit' R-. toward* Uur md o* tiar
,fUnoon S > SB- in
IHRUroKD U-.-t.l Ri>-
(_miar*d. from II. lit Mant.
roaSM and all n>--ain coiniTilrina.
ppl\ S.it*.- r*iiifrin. FVn. 1101
let! ant bath"

NOTICE
HMBRI
I I iia .
SRCmXTART VAtAHU ItocHlry Roll
<-i-b Pnro nuon-rt In Pia-
Mouor. rrMiMBu.^ 1 bcdmoni-. llvAn*-
ijonv, .lonpS Vrnndin ate aiao iTtr
liftii. alar and T. RjmwIb4R <1
OMY >n an>nntodw. canva**to.g will *--
mmmt Apply b> lui to BiamprY
fi.nn whom luithar eariiou^ti " U-
MlSCfcLLANEOUS
Iit-i Jnw.
i a a 11
top ol door Ptioi
I It IdVnUS lth "t wRh
IMS MnMli .- DUtrtrt
I I SJ 1"
Paroori lntreatod
nd rfn.uld bo rmrwrd
d>la>
IVOOO OOODARD

a.tod "I''-
'ully tun
It has bofliuomo
I Ci.*.! H. mp
H-Bn
rimii s\%.A
REAL I MAI I
IIUUSl biand now. an pir I bodroo
luao. all con-mla-cr..
lad llinf room, onan v*raiiJ.h. kil.hi
id utilit/ room JaraBa :ar,rfr. i flgl(ll
oivant rooms and itoraa* i.iom imdor .
On attraiiivo hllliioa ttlr. Itoektoy N
lli..d A Barnn A Co., Ud Dial UTS
11 1 U II n
, Bt. Btoior tho proworty ol
UODERM rURN-BMBD Pl^T-wilb
Bllrar ond Unrn. Oocd Ss-bothln
for further pnrOc.l.ri. Appl- w Abu
1 ,ttJMi No. f Cmal SandB. Winlhlnj.
S 1 *1- I |n
r-HLN I 01 n>
dp* Miinc) in thia popular
rf* Gmuitd rioor
, .tut Moderate ine]
i nd an
Church.
I.ii ^pprotnl
I K?.
WkNSLOW tattle Wash.
Tnr Mirrh. Ma- June. Julv
if-r ISU. Apelv
noodlnr HToncri'"ps> Pini
Albert Ford* ori '
Holder bi.ttl-.i and bo-.nli.
I Site ion x . Appl
. -
| lo Fubi*
in lUnH
LANI NFAR ROTRLSY OOI.P CLfR
berllont b-.nidind alto for sole, good
rosidanttol ssrUO-L adjoining north *lde
Oolf Couroa. moderate pnc*. Por
detail! boo JOHN M. BLADON A CU.
Iron* s**0. Sfl.ll1.f.n
. W. T
It
fltt-*i
-.hi.h will
tn tnit typo
Inrotod
SBHRsfBRl
nlnf small >-
tourist trod*
lama lor -le
irucllvo pew-i-
enrry
Advocate SMS*- 3r<
UFA)! IRXP 1.1 ki:m rarnlahe.
louar. nan St John district or
.ear for r 1 PUll pi '.. .1 .T*
'.. G 1
11SSfln
KIUS THE CAUSf
.
kt,
______ M well aa BUttSS-'ml :
tPBf W lli,, %*4 oolhea ajiJ
2nLib<>Tr,n*' '..5
l -ih aof> oltnr. Bud
tnooth
.,.90l!!^..Tfl--
.ptY ii t-tiigkt and yon '"
not we n tronmonssi.ua iiUUVi|aM
- IMiUi. Pmaini.fi.
derm -as .11 have hilled th* grriii..
paraalUa. and lungua reanonalul*
for your trouble. ! y" *" ,*
-. if that your akin rapidl.
In pocorolnf noft. rtomn. anw->in. and
heallai. hVt caoUnue It nut 1 dx
I.HH>ri.Mk* aura that th* result.
aro completely aatla'actory. nnd at
thr end of this time If yonr laeJ.-J"
. id of the Itohlhg.
. -tie-l in i'Vr> ~ai. msiif iii
10* etupiy uaikAge anil your m^i
i-.nl ha rrfundod. Get "'
i i.cmlat today, rhr ui
' uilea prolocU rou.
SHIPPING NOTICES
TWO LSJIHEU
GENOA, March 1
Two Brazilian women were se-
riously injured today In a collision
between two automobiles Hos-
pital ofnciali gave their names at
GotcTO Boasdaa and Uanda Goes
but thern, ware not able to reveal
their homes in Bra-ril V.P.
I
PART ONE
ORDERS
B D
I 1 -( Ol I I (INNLLL. O
Comma ndlnf.
IHI NAIKDOH Rrr.lMfNT
n f*b
AUCTION
damag*d in -
niter this
'.:. I'.....i
, pm J.
Aii.ti.iT.rei-
ileln for sal* by auclloii
i Garage on Friday iiii
M Bladoti A 4.<>ropai.
TARADBS TRAININO
. ft* will pai-'r at Heat IIQ at I'rO
no i ii i-king kii
all article* ol clnthlne and tqinPirni IHjto..
A" Coy on th* opan snd miniature rannaa; IflOM not l.noa will carry out
weapon training "B Coy will do n t drill
mm It RrUBfKd and thare will br no further paind*
dnanOUv
ROYAL NETHERLANDS
STEAMSHIP CO.
- Ml IM, I HUM tlKOPK
I let March, 10a*\
IIHAl-r!M,>ll'.|Mi. ism March, 199i
COTTR.A. jlrt March, ISU.
AnjKO it* ri.iNut-tN am*
ta Ml WILLOISTAD. Blth Fahruary. ISU.
-mi is., to rirlMimaii ANl>
mil l-M QtTANA
I B. fTaOrrOB. Stth February. ItSS.
S RI^TTLNGSBuaUi rth M.irch. !11
Milu. IO IIIMIUli FAnAtoARIBHi
AND RRlri.tH (H'ltS \
M 9 BONA1BX. loth Marrh, lSSt,
S B COTTTCA. Tth April. ISU.
*ATUMU TO ISISIIIAD AND CI'BArAQ
M i. IIIJISIIJA. nut March, IBM
B. P. MLSSON, BON A CO..
The M/V CACIQUX P-t
CAitlBE" will accept Carlo
PBtasfigora for SI. Lucia.
Vincent, Grenada and Aruba. i
Ba ling Wrslnesday ITth Inal
The M V ' MONEKA" will ac-
cept Carlo and Patnrngrn for
IXamlnlcn. Ahthrua, a-twrtoerrBt,
Nevl ami SI Klttf Sailing Friday
7th March IBM
II accept
< hold i
M.,,
GOATX-Flv* l|i Banaen and Alpine
mk'h amu gr.olnl alt In hid. two {%,'
n IbMr Srst Utlar Apply to Dudle,
l.l-os. Hlndaburv Road, St. Michael.
13*S-In
MECHANICAL
ther inter
invited to
;i|
!.'.-,',-------*'*-
' All who at
A.MORC nr
Bated persons
atU-nd a
SI llll S OF
umirnn
add at the West Evangelist
Tabernacle. Keniington New
Road, overy Tuesday Night *<
at 9 pm. \*
2.3.52 In. g
TO-DAYS NEWS RASH
EASTER CARDS
MOTHER'S DAY
CARDS
. Rudynri
GI-ASS
DmiukBSBBB
Kipling vet-i
ABA 11 .M
BIATtONrBY
I will set up lor Sola
m Jaaoph one board and nhlngjla
11 10 and ahedroof or, Monda
I ISU al 11 o'clock noon
Terms Caah
UNDER THE IVORY HAMMER
VINCENT (IRIFKrTH
AutlH.l ''
a a ts-on
U.g I'ra.ll.e.
Ban 4 Practtcaa
RerralU
Prcruiia will parade for training
HH.IM.M M. SHOOTS
The shoot between the Office is .nd WO. A
. iv competed for
Canadian 'National Steamships
a. Ttoaa. . and Wad J. Mar.
Monday S March IBM
BOITHBOINO
aVM. J2S,
i tai
i-*h.
IMIIBBI V OIIKIR AND OBDBRLt
E ,'' E
HEMJEAST* lOlt
MISCELLANEOUS
ATllqt/BB of every deacrlptmr
'il -.. China, old Jewels, fin* Sllvei
Watarcitbiura Barty hoeks. Maua. Au(.
gripha eto. al Oorrliuraa Antlqus Sno.
a.l;fining Royal Yachl Club
S 7 UIf n
ANTI-CREASE BORDERXO SPUN-A
lovaly Spun from Italy In charming
Thirty Dengm and ColoUra. UtuaU
- "B reduoad for one week to fl 7i yard
II KIKJ'ALAM U. Swan Street
1 3.1
-In
BOX CART Ofie Low Mule dmi.
Bua Cart with (pare wheel, built '
i ee Aimly Mi. J ii Wi
roCOANI'T
i sri eiiAT-iH cm- i
Orderly Berlra
.1 for am.
oi i. rj oflkt i
Olderl- -lun
INI. HtMBAHOa BK.t
i tit-
a/Urut. M. A. Ilu-lwin.|.
til Bit WllUama, S D
M. U O iJUCWBB-COX. Mnlor.
iOtr. Si Adlutant.
The Barbados Hegiment.
11 OBOKBS
BCBIAI. NO
LADY RODNEY-
LADY NELSON"
CAN. CJIUISXK"
Por furl her pai
i SaUa Arrlfea Amm Arrlraa
naraodss BarkadaB BwaUn BL Jaba RallfaB
. B March S March 10 March 11 March H March
El March 14 March a April 4 April T April
.. 4 April t Ai-ril 14 April IT April
Iga.Uan.
B" coy Paimittad lo i*igu fm
mrnt *el I Feb. St
GARDINER AUSTIN
to'e'e'eW
6 CO..
UNDER THE SILVER
HAMMER
I, O Chasa we wtll veil at "Ban Souci"
Kensington New Koad her Pumltui.
-h.....tie l Ide.
Bound Tip-Top Dining Takes I :
t'ljih*. very gi>. Mird nidebuard. Orn.inu |
IMpasl Arm Chair. Rockers, limit
hlanda all in Mahogany; Glass and China.
"Ingle liotv Bedstead, and Beds. Mahog
Ta*.I-- B *
Three Burner Oil Sto
Mill. Kitchen Ulenilli
Windima and Rhuttets.
Sale I ISO o'clock Term* en
IIK'Nhllt TatOTMAN
Otod CbpIm
Glass I>oorB,
4IVJ Bll OumtMie. 1. C. 'n" Coy
441 Cpl Rudder. G M "A" Coy
4a* Pte Ouarlaa*. N.
Km Pie Chase. P D. t
Granted 5 month" P Leave wef I Mar
SI with permission tu leave the
Cokmy.
On 4 moo in. P Leave I* granted per-
il.ibsHmi to le.>v* the Colony
Granted 4 week.* P Leave wef 15 eb
0. with permiatkni to toava th*
Thare will be no WOa A Serjeant
be held
make an eltnrt tn attend
e. CO.
I Sj
IIISI A HM Ml
The Annual General Meeting
T..esdav 4 Ma
I a. .
O-anted a weeks' P/Laava wwf 1 Feb
9t, With prrmlaaton to leave the
Colony _...
) tirantad 1 weak.' P,Laavc wef IB Fcb
St
M L D. CKXWER-COX, Ittajor.
ton A Adlutant.
Tba alaibatkx H..
!- lliallllB on Saturday I Mar. U. Tho
Rai a. Mar. SL Members are naked to
i^nhou*r. In "the Drill RaU. Al
1 SporU Club '
LTD.-AfenU.
/e Una of the lleajirnaaHal Si>orU Club wiU
-. ho.,, in the Dr| IU1I Member, a
I W- >
ORIENTAL
SOUVENIRS
ILIS. CURIoa. AST.
VSVDBHOB. BKDAH.
JOTBB1A1 r SST18TICAB
CUSIOIIDADES. IRA1DOB
DE LA INDIA CHINA -
anno
THANI'S
Tt. Km. M., ,!.. DU1 MM
Jusi Received ...
VALOR STOVF PARTS
Liimtvd Supply
Order Today al
G. Y. Iluu-hiihoii
& CO,. LTD.
Dial m Broad Slrerl
iv SHIRTS Are you loohihtf
.tourhil sliirt* We have In
-trlaa. deaigna i.nd gu..lita>f.
ih Barb-, i ,oi.irfUl Bcanarv
,t BprcUiM' TMAMI BKO
BIN tin
CAMEliA One 1..... iK
i-dv H.>dnei- ptr........hi)
Msrrii Aq.mtic Club and BagaaSB
Warehouta Hew-rd yfland
to Gardlnei An.tm A Co Ud Pusaeit
tier Drpt Mil l'>.
mmih:
MinKjUITO NSTTS: Two double, mi.
n.lie and oddments lung BW1
i a ui.
MENIEK'S Break fa it Cocoa Bhlpmanl
-i leceurd K J HAMEI-MMlTtl (V
. LTD. Dtolrlb.no. Phono 4T4S
llll Sti
Itarhadoa Vies-. Pure
I colorful Scrne.lei and
,d BJeS each TIIANIY-.
fHA MATS Paia
' Hedro rflB and Dining room, also for
sou beal If
TMAN1 Bn Pl-l *
as 1U t f n
TRY a cup of delighU.il \l
Bteakfaxt tVx-.m TODAY Take
TORNADO--lnternattonal K 41
il condition. eserUetn equlpm.
Coal FKBOB
:"xr*
Tetopimne 'mbV
IB II II t f n
......... N
v ,'".'';".' .":,:','.;.";';'",":. ;;
I ,i Thl. N
V M vary valuable to me 0
V PARBAVRINO \
Also bitrmallonal Tornado
with good rarlns;
iwt Ani.lv Revrelary
Yacht' Club
3 a U -in
FOR SALE
"OLIVE BOUGH"
(Seaside)
At Hastings. Dial 3111
D. F. DeABREt'
FURNITURE AUCTION
WE AKi: IN'STRl'CTED U undrrUhr a rotnplelr
CLEARANCE HALE at
u %i i'ii m:\iurs miowihmmis
BAY STREET
mi Monday and fursd.iv ihr ;irl *nd tth of Marrh and to
continue on Wrdrtcaday U 'not eompleted. Sale from
11 a.m. tn 4 i' m uih.
JOHN >l- BLADOA *%> t'O.
AVCTIONEERS
AT CENTRAL EMPORIUM
(Corner Broad a I utl.it Streets)
You will Hod a line assortment of
fAIIPEXTEHS' TOOLS
r Bui TO-DAY or i>> more TO-MOREOW I
k-MOveowoeoooeoeeoeoeos)
loir V.,lhh
I'ASSE PAKTODTIn all Colours
lU'TrKKFLV TRANSI'AKBNT TAPS Id 2 Widths
AKT CORNEliS lu Buck Gry
Also
An Aisorlment 0|
BOOKS ON PHOTOGRAPHY
ROBERTS & Co.
Dial 3301
^^^^^^^^v/////.^v.^v//////,y//Jy/!^^y/,
Plantation* BaUdtnr.
To get i
v,v,y/,v///.'.
MIIKI
Why njyt be ModcrDised
Whether you are furnishinc
a Home or an OltU-r the
MfroVrn Furnlfunr Co-our>m>
tkm can dn the Job to suit
your taste and yuur pocki-t
Su why not stop in and givi
us your order, whether It's
Mnhosjany, Birch. Plm. Fn
or Deal. Your ordea
promptly doallh with, so re-
member the place . .
THE MODERN
FURNITURE
J CO-OPERATION
DEPOT .
1 'M' .......' I "..
Tudor mf.h
EXHIBITION
BARBADOS MUSEUM
I :* < -O-
WEST INDIAN
PAINTINGS
BY
ROBERT J. I4ACLEOD
AND
PENCIL a WATER
(ri in i;
FIGURE DRAWINGS
ol West Indian Subjects
BY
HAROLD CONNELL
Open Irbruary March H
10 A.m. 6 p.m.
Usual Ashing or
i Jne* Applies An A-
nonu. all nL
vrntonras. Very Onod
Fi....fli L" to Er.-i i"'n-
Bhnei ftssptel ott '
pttyrwd Busm .'-i I
item The OU.e M
N-tive Specie. -i
Rpactoa cannot Thrive jnaSSf r?Oi
Withered B.-vih. BI II
Where the Seedln ,.-
Bobtlto ami In....'
known as Adamite, ami the lease>
Rare Specie, known aa ^Oonslte*
ltnd Rurtamnaa ma be -nd nhould
0 planted In Clear Solla Ubra
being the seventh and onlv aVidla.'
Suril made o( Metal under which
I ... nor., parmttl Me to ORrr
one and nil Real Estate Bargain.
even 11 I am heft to Creole -nd
Ipeo Parto I Must ConUnua a.
hitherto to be Honert and will
Ne\n vinllka a Good and Ardent
Qenrral resort to Bbatagy. PIVPIb
and Balls Truth and Right mual
Pmalt: Evil r*eaejv'. Itself Ton
acience though Silent and Ex-'i
able like a IVndulum BtoUupj on
BAinbuUon' AT BRIGHTON -
Ida Aln.ort N< i
1 RediooiTi Ameiuan Desug" Bu.i-
galow. all M.sl*riV Convenlen.'. .
about u.ooo *q n G<>nui Uhdei
1.100 PACBSU NUT GAR-
DENS.- Almost New 1 nedioom 11
inch Stone Hungalow .11 Mod.it
Conveniences about 1X000 -sj
tt Qofng Vtvdci 11.100 V
rOBLeXW BT- By The *ib Co
1 Stvrev Btacia Bualnea. r*rsawlari
and Realdencc C
Oor-J Condition Ideal lor ar
Buslnesa. 0*4ng Ui>der EUBJ 11
TI'Don ST l-i gr 1 Storey Son
B.iMneea prerntBes A Raanlen.
Ith b l^rfr Oarage or Workshop.
Ideal tor on, Business. Vacant.
Can Yield II*
C1.0S0 Can Bnv It UPPER XSX
I Bcdn

I'Ott I'l.lllit I COOKiXG
sii.it I THE
FLORENCE
Contact Me
.. ,gl, lU.tl:-
n
Beauty
and
Quality
Combined
THE CITY (iARAGE TRADING
(0 LTD.
M illl il II I Ml*, 1141 IM Hl.llit !
hum iiii rot" j, mmi :-
IT IS TIME FOR
TAYLORS SPECIAL BLENDED RUM
(With the Distinctive Flavour)
REMEMBER
SIP II TB ISHIl IT.
BLENDERS
/##\ IK T.WLOH A StUm, It,I.
TRY IT!! ^ ! "^0
MENIER'S \ -~S
BREAKFAST COCOA
.-n>
' 2-Ih
25f
-......tSf
Bfsidvs bciim nutritious \ou'll hare ao OsukU
ellin the rhildrrn lo drink il. They'll low B!
GET VOl'RS TO-DAV!
. *?:a
On Sale al ull leading Orocen.
K. J. HAMEL-SMITH & CO. LTD.
Ilislrilllilors
srssCdSO I? IR o- Bridge Mrnl
REAL ESTATE
JOHN
N.
BI APON
*> *
a.r.a. r v a.
limriuiiivstH LUT-
1NGS AlWArfs aTAlL-
ABBE.
FOR SALE
I-1N< RBl'HO". Slh Ave IWUe-
villa An attrarUva and weU
prnportloned 1 Btor' Itouse aituat-
II Contalna a gallertoB large drawing room. itud>. modern
llltc^,cn 1 atodrouina. garage etc
l*w Bgura acxepted Sar Quick
sal*, owner going abroad.
"BYWAYS". Rocktoy Hew Rd
A pleasant, rootna/. Bra-wfr .Ion*
tilings:..* oi flirt clau toimrur-
Uoa throuSri^* The, % bad-oom.
are provided with waabbaBtri and
all have a oool ajcpOOUla Them
Is a large lounge. '11-lng """
front verandah and < tohen In
the baaeo^nt ire extan.i" -
looma and garaaje atrvanU'
Quartei. .re drtac^ed A-e- of
lsi.il l. siver BLOBO q ft A -"
otHiructed Mew i ire -t
Bcoea rh# golf eourst a popular
SPd select djatrlet
uEANViur nut HaU-
Roomi I fltorsv house with galler-
lea, living and dluing roorna.
kitchen, pantry and toierooma
enrtoaod yard with etoek pen*.
garage and large out-bulldlnia
Grounds am about >. wf an acre
with fruit trees and pa.ture. alao
contains good building plot on
.vince nu
"BOMRMEDB". Garrison Tola
properiv la Ideally .Hunted lor
mod people in lhl ever popular
diitrkrt 'Botnamede'. whilst not
Isolated, is mine private and Its
verandah cannot be. overlooked, a
fault bo common wllh modem
AQuars. Thi bungalow' was erect-
J about isas fa ponstturted of
BtuBO with a thing!* roof. Thors
la a good verandah, living room. 1
hedroomi. kltetien. wrvanta'
quaitrrs, double garage ftC- Und
about T.sOq ad- ft.
'fUMUsUTOE". St. l*s,rciic-
- Sparlona itona built bungalow
wrth shingle roof, very well plan-
ned with wide verandah! at front
and able. 1 enclosed galleries.
largo airy lounge nd dining room.
1 double bwdroornt. kitchen and
ieotny. > BervanU' reomi. SbIb
aid outhooae* The land l eowt-
plateiy ervcloaed and there Is direct
acceea to that lea with good bath-
ing.
niNt.At.ow. j"ii < Hill. Very
well corsair ur ted modern home
els-verly doelgned for eaay running
Hh minimum labour. Contalna
wide verandah*, good living room.
Itbedrooma with built in closet..
tiled bathroom With separate
toilet, tiled kitchen. laundry.
servant'a uunrtcrB and largo garage
wtut direct accaea U bouae.
Conatructed of tune with polished
Kl aoorlng throughout Cool and
raaamgly pepular realdentlal
dntriet.
"BL'SJUH''. Worthing. Modern
ona btingaiow in plaaaaot real-
Initial urea. Accornniodatloo cons-
niIan lounge, dining-r!>(. Uiree
Lardroorni with running water, bath
wtth hot water and modern kneh-
nette Land U over 'i acra all
(need and there bib many frutt
trae-
lowNew timber houM
living room, verandah. 1 bedrooms,
baih and toilet, kitchen, garage and
out-buildings- Good arabla land
over one acre, all enclosed with
wall and fencing, vary suitable
market gardening or chicken fane
Loto :.-:-' Sjastssl.
WKBI WILLOWS, St. Jaraee
Delightful bungalow houae will.
open vemodah ecdtutuuufag inag-
rUBcsat via* of aea and atraichea
of beach Large lounge. 3 bed-
roonw. vwrandahB. kitchen, panuy
and BarvanU' mom-. Store room* bt
internet;! Oflora touatderad
(TLAMB hoi -i *, PblUp
CB>e f the most charmingly *Hu-
aUM proper*.ie-. of tbl* nature tn
the Uland. The houie contain-
'-vt Urge bedruoma iuh hot a
old weted. rpaclou* I'lingee, din
uigiootn largo oockuui bar rtih
b*mb0o dectir, wide trtedy g>\D*r-
in. garage aidreroont. batbmg
ch.ileL Mavj dieicl lighting plant
1 th* ameimaa u.u-1 wiUi tbi>
a iilfH.ve acraaga kn-
of the
M-sir-
Carrinj
tha aole agents of
i A Scaly
I The nut
[ etoldr-f."
r whlth has
'OLOSftB Bums gt. Jamea
An tatata tio..*e built of eUne
with pin* Boon and rhlngte rocf
3 recwption. 9 tiaairoomi, veraadah*
etc. also gang* si>d usual otrt-
biiiidinga The house stands on
appmx 4 acrea of wall timbered
land imahega.iy) approachad by a
tang driveway flanked wtoh rloaaly
(Banted Mahoganv trees ~
standing atiraction of '
ii the very lovely silo 1
Um advantage of being Well ele-
vated -rvd cool vrtth fine views op
all iMIe*. Coast li lea* than a irola
away and town g milea.
-W^eTnOTlBB". St Peter- A
solid one "loray stone rcaldeacr
wtth shingled root, l*tetjr e.
tensively i *-model led with great
care by the present owner The
house haa 1 wide roomy verandah*
at front and aid*, large drawing
room, separate dining n
bedrooms (wllh wash _.
kitchen. laundry, servants' .
tera and gar as* Ground*
over '. scree with produtttva
orchard. OoweT and vegetable
garden*, driveway and large park-
ing spar* for can. ''Wyndovar'
U wall e'.ev.ted on Us rldgto.
always Benefits from a brrsjge and
commands perfect vtewa of th*
coaatlbae.
SALTA si Peter- Modern
coral hatue of aaceptlonally sound
OuaaUiaittoaB esttenalva
modal ling and re-decors lion
Just bean completed Tho kmnga,
of ample dUnenatona. opens orres
wide varandahs With most at-
tiactJva seaarapo vlawa The three
beati-asMna am Sited with i-^ilt-in
wsgoTBejii and aloe waahbaaini.
and tke two bathroom, have II. C
water. Kitchen and pantry are
well Stead out and am supplied
with H/O water. Oround Boor
contains 1 garages, large tore-
rooms and eervar.ts quarters.
grounds of about '. of an sere
are well Laid out and ler.red. Main*
and wtll staler A inost dealrable
and highly reccerwrMfided property.
RENTALS
-KBWT-ON LOPOS" Maxwell
Coast Fully furnished house
available long lease Immediate
UBIDI.M g Beautifully fan
uned with swimming pool, cloa
to town with.
Phone 44540
PlRDtaliont Buildlnc


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p m Dane* Mill, 45 p m Span*
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rVvlr* 10 10 p m Tip Top Tunaa
tx-wc*lu -nurse i: I
and Table Laym*; wa-
ptarlrt at the Bay Street ..
Club. Thi* Class .lUTKlert b>
20 members of the Cl.
supenri'ed by Mis* Harp-
Girl- In(ta*li.jl I
A parcel of books Watt pr%?sr*iud
to th- Boy*' and Girl- l
Mr. John Shannon while Mr.
Louis Lynch of thr M>dTn High
School offered a *et of boxmi:
Ml
en aerea of third crop ripr
cane< -ere burnt I.
curred at Ape James at about 3.00 p.m
'-*> They are the pi
S A. Wallcott of Ihf Mf*
lion and were Injured.
eercr Fealer ol Bank Hall, SI
Michael, wjj taken to
ral Hoapital on.Fnda;.
in .in unconacioun cimdilmn Bjl
detained. Foster was a paasen
ger "n a lorry WDl
an accident.
The accident oe u
2.30 pin. on Bcnnels B
TTiomas between motor li>rr>
M1195. owned by Michael Hunt
of Bank HaU and drive
Tieth Scott of Quarry mM
HalL and motor lorry M1085
driven by Samuel i.i
Wavell Avanue. St. Michael
M1105 strucK an emi
Tops In Fashion
+ f r..m pace *
feather
i back-
ii mi inusual
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a>. Msrrk 1*4 Laat I
am H*H> Cuinrr union, tarn
t'tipial Eucnanil. 10 M a m Holy Bap-
* m Mallnn Sa-mon. i
-v School' 7pm Eitfitoix
& jprwon,
Hi. i .1. oirbialnl rlailv
l!iro.jiioji Lanl.
Mondaji. TurMiM Wadnawlay> A
Saiuraa>> 7 a m. Thuradayi wiih
llvmni 1 ati. today- It I ii"
a mar
Id BBadae la L*nt
The ST. JAMS NATIONAL BAPTIST
II am. Mattni and Sarmuti, 7 m
Cvf>n*ona and Sarmon. prtwcltar al ooth
'ar\*ica tna Brv J H (Irani. L Th .
Mmi-irr la rhaare.
ID pm Monday. Wcdnaiday. Fn-
i'.y iMdratM] uir >...iii... ihm will b*
afternoon scodc cerise
0D dolphin free
ground; bUck buttcrlln.^
night blue ground, and an
brown and white scroll pattern
a black ground
The star of the collection was a
proofed tent coat In pure white
KTosgraln. This is the Hrst him
that white troaipaln has beer
used as a raincoit material. Id
fashion points: round neckline
with no colar. round shouldci
Iin*| .ml the fullness (it the back
gathered Into a yoke placed mid-
way between shoulder and waist
ver to those who dnubted
whether this was practical, was
thai the io.it had already bee
dr"-clcaiied. and had stood up t
th*' test.
Significant uuches from the col-
lection: roebuds ramblinp; every-
where, buried amongat the straw
of a hat. placed at hip level on
the hem of a incket black I
trimmed with white Life Guards
Fluir>ti. and a tartan outfit tar-
tan ruatei tartan collai P
Loth matching the crinoline pt>
ncoat which showed a fraction of
an inch below the dresc bem.
< HtUHIlA*. atlKNf'K
... c-t.i. -i vum "'i-'""
rldcrta*" IPP" '.
Sunday* II a.aw and T pjn.
Wrdna-lay. p.m A sjerrtce whlc
Ir-IudM Ta-umo.ila ol Chrlftl"" Scienr
iiiLiin-iad by ih.- sn-v.
ar. marvh in ai n i ,.i
7 30 a m Malm, -n.i I.IMn>; SM
a m Low Maw; S on a m .
a, Snmo'i I SO p m Sunday *cnool.
4 00 p m c-hlMrm'* VnptK III p m
Rdpilimu. 7 00 p.m Mlann Eva-uona
, Satinan. ^raachar F.thaf F !**(.'
WKIINPSIMY Mil
SUNDAY MARCTt
Kabfrrt al !*-"'
JKSU*
l.aldaa fwaM liaiah II 1
PSIM forth a rod out '
Jpmc. and a Branch BMll
.* Th* lollawlni CBMMMI
ki la Ut* Laaaap-Sarmaa
Tba Bibla: Thru aald J<
cpptlnur in mv worn
* TTMl" and Ihf inilh -h
lima Sarvlcr.
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nail know
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Tha divma imaaM. > r miirt --.
Ir. and rm wlU ba inaaparabU from
the dluw PYlnripla. Ood
PMkj In Hrivf
Cooking Classl"or (,irls' Clul
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liarsMVt ImIit Vli.iol :
1
on the platform, was injured an
v.ivrlv damagan*
.rnaged
iMrawis ti
KtMOVALNOTItE
FRIENDLY CRICKET
\\,ik,.h:rc CX. will play the
Veterans C.C. a two-day cricket
fixture at Frieiid-.nip Fl... u.*
Field The match begins to-day
id continue* the following Sun-
day. Play starts at noon
Yorkshire C-C. will be repre-
BDtdjd by:
T. Maynard tCapt.). O. Barrow.
C Clarke. L. Blaeketi. c Clnnenl
H Hartrwood, i. Motttty, R. Cum-
ngs, A. Carter. K PtyiW lad
PHO.XE us!
CONTRACTORS
and BUILDERS
Wp are in a position to execute your Order, [or
the followini: :
PAINTSfrom the best Manufacturers
GALVANISED CORRL'dATKD SHKKTS21 ^nuKe
NAILS
I'll'l in all sizes
PIPK FITTINGS
EXPANDED METAL
RLINKOIMINC. RODS
CEMENT
Sec Us early for Your Requirements
BARBADOS HARDWARE CO. LTD.
No. 10 Swan SI.
Phone 2107. 4406 or 3M4
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O-CEDAR
POLISH
;J THE POLISH FOR
I BRIGHTER HOME
J OCEDAR POLISH
4-c. tins (i 'XU
12-ur. tin. 'a Me
.'-pi. tin. I %\3t
I cln. tins a $4.00
OCEDAR MOPSS2.9S ear
WET MOPS
i< S4( and SI.52 each
I.et us snpply your
requirements.
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PLANTATIONS LTD.
Announcing the arrival of:
WHY WAIT?
Sasftan .VOir
TO
noHl.n PAJU0D8
VEEDOL
MOTOR OiL
at all leading Garages
& Service Stations.
FOI'ND WllfKfVm m (ARS TRAVEL '
iiomi hi iiiimi ifsj gjltm
DIAL 2229.
(Terrazzo) MARBLE CHIPS
in 5 colours
Fur Verandahs and Floor.*
in it in: it t
Magaxine Lane,
Thani Bros Lucky (ash Prize Drawing
$50.00 Cash Price goes t<> ttta lucky Mo ! bill datcJ
11/2 52.
Clerk's initial M.C also the nminmt spent which
is $3.57.
Any one huldini; the hill with ..l>.
may please bring In tins bill on Thuisdav ihe 6th
March al THANI BROS STORK md rl f '..... C
I'ncr. To avoid complicatloni it li ncincimirji that lac
hill should havr (hr sa.ir m-i .ri tiir
duplicate which is in our possession.
If the above is not produced within It*
time this amount of $|000 will then t!<. to di
charities whk h a 111 bt nnoui ced li he Pn rw
Radio later.
Right feeds*
i H.i hi: it oi t tor rmmSELFl
For example, let us see the Dollar and Cents difference in net
profit between the use of Cheap and "Pillsbury's Best" Chick Starting
PILLSBURY'S BEST
S13 60 per bag
or 16c. per lb.
2 lb. cost 30c.
Versus CHEAP FEED
$12 60 per bag
-18c- or 14c. per lb.
14c. 2 lb. cost 28c.
2c. more
PILLSBURY'S BEST Chick Starter only 2c. more per chick four to six
weeks of age.
PILLSBURY'S BEST fed chicka a-reraje five to six ounces "Heavier'' at
ux weeks.
FIGURE POULTRY MEAT WORTH 48c PER LB.
1 oz. 2c. z 5 oz. 10c. more value per chick.
10c3c. (Extra Feed Cost) 8c.
8c. more profit per chick
500 Chicks $40 00 more het Profit to YOU the Feeder, and a
better flock.
irs so simi'i.i: to ukt must
Results and Bigger Returns feed the Best PILLSBURY'S BEST
New stocks Starter. Grower and Layer just arrived
Hont:nr
THOU h TD-A4WVT9.
PHONE : 2229
THE IRISH LINEN
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The Things You Need
At Bargain Prices
ONCE MORE FOOARTY'S OFFER
DISCRIMINATING HOUSEWIVES A
. MAGNIFICENT CHANCE OF LAYING
IN SOME REALLY GOOD HOUSE
HOLD LINENS AT ASTONISHINGLY
LOW PRICES . .
36" LINEN SHEETING $2.70 per yd.
72" .. ., 0.33 .,
90" 5.99
72 x 108" LINEN SHEETS 15.00 each
90x108" ,. 20.00
LINEN PILLOW CASES -
18 x 28 $2.75 to $3.67 each
'.2" LINEN DAMASK $7.50 per yd.
LINEN DAMASK TABLE CLOTH
72 x 90 ... $25.39 each
LINEN NAPKINS $1.38 and $2.20 each
LINEN EMB. LUNCHEON SETS
13 pieces .....$7.20 to $8.85 Set
LINEN LUNCHEON SETS HAND PAINT
ED 9 pieces $14.00 Set
LINEN GLASS CLOTHS $1.24 each
LINEN GUEST TOWELS $1.80 each
IRISH LINEN is such a gay luxurious set
ting, it brings out the rich
ness of fine silver, China U
Crystal
Attention I.mii-s I!
ARE YOU CONTEMPLATING GOING
ABROAD SHORTLY 7
THEN HAVE YOUR
SPRING COAT
MADE TO MEASURE AT
FiHiAHVY'S
TAILORING DEPARTMENT
WE HAVE A WIDE VARIETY OF RICH
LOOKING COLOURS AMONG OUR WEST
OF ENGLAND DOE SKINS
PLEASE ENQUIRE AT
Win. Fogarty if to) Ltd.
TAILORS AND CLOTHIERS
OF DISTINCTION
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I'.W.F *1\TFEN
-\i.\v \nvor.\TT
rm.\T M\ROI IM1
SERGEANTS DEFEAT OFFICERS
WIWIHS
Iii Shoot For Royal
Leicestershire Cup
Lados Kegimrm
hv ihp R
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, nh in the snap
it iiiMinK in the lot" of N
iii Warrant OfB-

seniors by a
Throughout the event whlrh he-
1 Liu at 2 p.m..
a*ria*ad truly keen and / Faf CX C CX t^ aT 4/ ^-J 1%JI %rK5& Sl' ,h' H"t"l! Loans fund
CUBMWUUt* -'int. end the 'tor tarlcd In Jimr 1950 approxi-
noon M loncludcd In the A , ,, ,.. W l< ly $800 000 have been lent to
Root*! off V <.....n th. 4.h and Jrd I...long. *J"2g*. Tlu """>bcr which
the Warrant Officer B JKxS.Sv!?W^K- w'K
'" Johnny Boll,- , th d lion STSnoOD
f.v rinl Ain IbV came into th,- home *.ww.wu
tod M.ti-fi Wind. They rtretcb Hold.-r -dipped Doldrum |( |* gn ai| day lo at the Hous-
position until they through on the tails in^mniimg |tl(( i^am Department where pao-
of tbs victorious igpanU1 teas* which afaaita' th' Officer' to win Uta Royal Lfica*Urshlr
Big Upset In
Maiden Stakes
2.700 Make
Housing Loans
If yeni hive HUB unwisely, or too well, take a dash of ENO .>
" Fruit Sill ". Li- will set your digestive imco flowing, help
you. M(im lort and Longc-tion. And thank* to it* wonderful effervescence,
ho**" freshening ENO'S is to the mouth! ENO'S conuuos no
Glauber's Salt and no Epsom Salu. Yet. by a penile laxative
action, ENO'S encourages perfect regulanty. Most ol us need
our Fruit Salt first thm* m the mornmg.
Eno's
4 Fruit Salt'
IM II Alt I I
< IMMKIill 1
U. haw j r tckrri .i
new shipim m k -i \ in
ll< weri'd design* .,,,,| pltun
i-lours. Thry ran be hough I
in sets or in individual piece-..
Undoubtedly Values in Quality.
CAVE
SHEPHERD
& CO., LTD.
10-13 Broad Street
The outt in.lini! perform, i ...
Ml m3.:ii *rt, hs ti,e r? furVng pole > -Trongly she pasted Sw|
whoac red 98 out of I ; ,., Admiral (Holder up) Rocket and increased her lend to
for th W.Of and Sgts.. and H the premier position. two lengths to win going away.
Walcott for the Officers, who i* Coming around the l*nd places Sweet Rocket. Lutchman up. and
also to be congratulated on ecur- changed quickly but Holder still Lunways. Yvonet up. battled it
Ing 2 possible* at 100 and 200 kin ml to the fore to out for second place for which
' dead-heated. .
yardt n his excellent score of I
nut of a pouib'e 114.
The following are the scores

-mm s\t-
H S M bfankan. h n ;

-!i r.. IT
C >H
**\ (;..i-- ., i< <
sai 1. o
C S M unntMi. a. r
*i le. i.i N r
C Q M a Quinlvn*. K
i- o m m...
CaaVaaan. i: w
<: Q m
II r i r-r Man III
OIIKtRa.
Mit|.f o r
i ..., T A
0.-ii<* ii n
i: n
Mali* .V
LI 1 .. II. J
NrM..-< C. X
Cam H
1
1 1.
1 1
i-pi 1.
SKVKNTH RACK
race up the home itnl I
by a neck from March Wind:
0 waa second a head In front
tit hip.
Creole Stake*
FOI'RTII RACK The held of ten got off to I
Ian start with Twinkle, Cottag,-
l'...i i. .-I-. Cituneas and Vonwiie each carrying 2, b
m Seven horses faced the Starter U1U| s lbs. overweight respec-
ts in thlt event the second 7V for tively.
J the afti i Pitting off to a Yvonet got oft* first with Joan
ga good start. Holder pushed Cav- $tai but was quickly overtaken
a* allaT to the front and was lead- Dv Rosette piloted by Holder, bj
M |Bg when the Held p;i~s- J Stands for the first time Dun- rsjCgri m 'bis position until they
quoraiM nddeti by Crmsley was WPIP vvril past the three furlong
hj7 ruunlns in the second position ,,],,
wilh Seedling third. Twinkle %sho had not got off
On reaching the four furlong Vll w ,.|| nou started to recover
i>oie. SMdUng chaltangad and |0|;, aroUnd and was m
cond pmition ,n lh(. lr,ir fn-m DuMlktrqua^ katplng this Diamond fourth
, place unUI the two furlong iwle |M lm- maantlma Hotdei kapl
Iti set li
JJ Dunquerque then in.uk- a bid
?. und mion overtook Seedling. Car- nan ,
M dinal also otuM Into ft. plctun JJJ afor
ilage Coming up tl
1 Twlnkta
behind
length
12/- For Bad' f
Language
Their Honours Mr. 11
Vaughan and Mr. A. J. H Hi
Chati, Judges ol the Assistant Sera,
CoUi oi Ai>pe;il. yesterday eon-
the decision of His Wor- acratched
j) to UM for* and com-l
.1 th.- bind ets;,m wbO
i up mail" i rtrong
plate and eventually
. | lehmil Rotsrtto
home Itnttj.....i- a. ding ,, ,, |i.l,i ull thr
----- done lusale for the premier insar m four lengths.
tot lion an't llunqiierqiie managed fo T
catch ihaj Judge's eye first by
neck ahead of Cardinal who waa
second three lengths In fiont ol
""avaller.
Castle (iranl Stak.-s
Vanguard i nl) hor*
u-rt- v. i_ atenwa and th* remaining six
D.l.L. stakes -, off lo a -yod slurl- Pasting
sue carried top ratgnt ..f K, |tfJld- tll> lh(. , ., ,.. t(lt.
.. in the Held of seven iniW( WM Usher with A|
huh ..une un.i. .. hrtag m the second
ve. Spnte. Flying Dm- ^ .,1|ld po^nons respeollvely
and Harroween. being ,)n r^hlng th.- d. iuru..ui
[! are always taking appln allon
for loan* nnd -n some days Inter-
viewed bv the Manager Mr
I) A M Haviies
Long queues are always sawn at
Housing Departments. Beside-
these Housing Loans which are
for those engaged In the sugar
industry, there are always long
queues on those dayi when the
Housing Department at th* Garri-
son arc interviewing applicants
who seek Government houses at
rent. These are two separate da-
partnu i .
the Housing Loans fund
Mr. Haynes said yesier-
lay "the people have been very
ippi-eclative of the loans and make,
very effort to repay them.'
Mr Haynes observed that
quid readily realise what change
a, taken place in housing over
,o country dlstti.t I he loans
nve been concentrated in par-
Si Andrew. St Thomas,
John where housing; eoit-
kUons were worse
Mr. Haynes said that the plaft-
n co-operated well with the de-
artment
WHY:
KKlllTH RACK
Red (Jliinu Quills
lo Free FiornioM
KIITII RACK
ship Mr, S H. Nurse Police Mag-
istrate of District "E", who im- ,]U
posed a tine of I] and S/- costs
to be paid in seven days or in
default H days* imprisonment
with hard labour DO Htfa IU
Bishop of Waterman's Village. SI
ing indecent lan-
:i ganea
furlongs, the longest for the
........... | ,. ,-,,-,,<
*Hlrd class "A" and

vomber 30. 1951.
liishop apjHMlcd gglu M
Nurse's decision and was yester-
nppeai which fanwuntad
The l\ dene* -1 UM prosecution
was that while walking along '
ntbtr 10
nisi Bishop taw Julian Ca
ho told bar not tt> sralk j^v'
in conilnning UU d*
Tiieu H that II
!
Thcyll Do It Every Time
Why
are people
becoming so
excited about
SALE?
The BIGGEST CUT PRICES
You'll ever get in Bridgetown
SHOES $1.00
Size 3 to 31 Per Pair
HlfiS~* M.C*dt SVJ.OO
IIIIAIUS A V.MitLS per .a. 2c.
MODEL STORE SALE
from 1st. March
See Our Handbills
n ttaeiaatw '* Thtm
Red Hand Paints
l J llelle up. .n>it H< -
bate, Quested up. led tl
the horse-, went piist (he judgi
(ttr the Ilisl time. Landmark
with O'Neil in the saddle w.i
pulled UP al this stage or the
due to a burst sllrr0|
P .h- Crosfl ii-.* began m vt
up from v
in the meantime kept Usual well
to the fon
winning one.
then left 10 I
and Mary Ann to fight it oul f"i
Bd and third DO
this they did while coming up the
.me ttretch.
Eventually Mary Ann got home
half a length

third by a length.
second
Between the live and four fur- L'sher
.md Rebate with Notonile a eloae
I bird, and Fin- Lady riot on theii
i-els
1 v. place 10 He Dulkcith Stakes
DOM who was quickly cBUght iSja, i ind passed hy Notonlte and Fire Bcratched. the ret
NINTH RACK
JS lteKwJJsmi te,""' '" >-
over his lend on w*lch i ... ,.( wi.nt
- #LadyUbSt1a
t and begaa i \eut\h
abuse him. Two children
Ethelbert Boyce a n d Davit!
I Bishop
C imiehael.
i up.
to th load earlj end
ell moved aw..;. '
the held as they went past the tec-
und furlong. r> BBun
ccond Up tti then
.:i.i-mIi.'1 and Joseph pushed
Harroween into tl
Wll B I
ii.id made a bold hut :

i ell
Bareel Rocket and rode bar borne On
utawrori f< i ,ii..v.e.i i. Water Cret \i nde three lengths Hai......
ilv DoMrum and rtaanlng rMncaai haif length gh
Police Maniat lo the Wine
sixth BACK
Spriavj Stuke-s
' tl
Ith FUeuxce Cai
hi at IM ih-
two chndi
[ PROVIDE ItFI.IARLF PROTECTION FOR
EXTFRIORS
| ANP HIGH-CLASH DECORATION FOR
IVTFRIORH
We have received Wew Sfocrs ol .
SPECIAL HOUSK PAINTS
Ore*. Dark Grey Oak Brown. ,
Barbados Light and Dark Stone
S* KN A MEL-FINISH PAINTS
Cream. Tulip Green, White.
MATINTO FLAT PAINTS
Cream & Green.
CONCRETE FLOOR PAINTS
or Bright Bed. Grey. Mid. Green.
HARD GLOSS PERMANENT GREEN
with Grey underrating.
PAINT REMOVER
for the easy removal of old paint-
Phone 4267. 4436
WILKINSON & HAYNES CO., LTD.
COOL SPRING in the
North! will demand a re-
turn to warmer clothing at
vacation end.
We have :. ictton of the
linest Wo i loomed in
Englan.: I well as glorious
Cashmere 1'ulloveis from
Scotland, light e | h I
"i... ..i ind cusp WoMad
Suitlni l l|11 bottl Ladies and
Men.
The quulitv of this branded
stock is unquestioned and it
is our Sales Policy to com-
bine Ihii high quality with
cxivllent value
C.B.RicefcCo.
tat, A
.Mrrrhunl Tnilurs
<>t Unll.in 1 .mi


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