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WF.nXFSi.'AY J -.MARY I
Churchill, Truman 1Exj lore Eastern Probleir
Foreign Secretaries To
\ it loin MM III ON
B) KOHl lii RBFORO
le East end a I
In the '
ppy with the i
plague than in thi
work in futui
with i dies, Includii
Indo-( I cared "anof .
Joint Cl taft gave .1 full report to 1
Churchill u 1 on the military u]
Kon an war. J
thing Feasib e mu t be done to I
The conference will n u
when tl etv plomaUcand military probli 1
the European field P
uncei;. I on 1
Truman and Winston Chu
not ri| Cold War talks with Soviet
found Truman and Churchill .still
involve. Ani' jnriir"
Churchill 11- informal laws ai 1 remain perm
urlst trade 0t
1 the raae that Ii
near the flrum line M1
- Itfl Afri'-a whOM
dollar .1* n-n'
A Keul Climiee
In Kilual Murder ;
Kirton, i' v O
hen the ci
Mr Id A
Ml t II I !*rkr K
Mi I. II Nik.
WKHT INDIES rmS*
nun. Jonn Uondard *>
11,. Urn* and I I
. *! wickeu in Land Ifl
1 thai a* ban m ooa a- woi
bnl lift kti
Sif Doudd Riad
>l!i th A>
House Congratulate Leader
Mr. G. II. Adams. C-M.G-
G. li. Adams, Leader <>f t*n- H. jm > A r .1 |j .
' I :--, .'.,v. .
. ardt i a Companion hip in the 1
unshed (h-der ol Si MicheM ai
nil bj Mi J. E T Brancker >. .
itvnrh Liiw Has
Vew Ship fr W.I.
D On *>. which
i-- ram make hr
niiST Of 77/' S&4SOA"
l*r (Mwe i-
1 Si Lui .
of lh< I >. md jun:i__
uorniiltcd to make reference to id
i akT " v*
a \cu I 1 \ Pin
It > l .111 I let II
11 which was i
1 Ma)< King < n
I I Q id, Leadpi
)||>I|I .' I
nIii I1K1 li f. 'I
I'rii lleeje And Plaaavn
nbci of the II"ti-e
on rue R
To Form Govl
'I In- Cunard Liner Carsods avduled to an Ive In C
1st sea ion. She
1 porl 1
1 r| ol Spun, T:.' lahle in thou- luxui
Not mar prlvali
d rllpjN r
inietii to ii v to form a rv 1
en) aad sad ad
nod to bo the woft CTl
history "f th
old Vi I
itked me if 1 1 ould to
hf i>robnblv would glvi- b
lc tlm Pr-oldei
VS. i \HOM\
:>oukii U.N. prli
: Miii.-i Bouth Keeai
I did return.
UK tli."I 1 '
The I*. 1
route to V
U. Kneu s.mom-
child Tber*- waa .. dm
..11 |ha butt*
I nu n
. the ho
CRICKF 1 NEWS
Waal 1 .'.,
I. StallBMyvr b Co*ley
L aU uot out
TOTAL (for J wk*i.| W
Cuts In London
HOWS Ml SI' SWIli
Off GO wiiuni I 111 \i
1 reeia ssi 1
J \\ 11
of bciii;; '
m thtu on cbaiK*
' .my Md o! H
1 r ma
1040. anrl .1 i
ifTueeday ovot s. -
thlnory |o dcul wilh II
I WlUl inn- -1 1
ukon on iae eli
la Witt, i,
Which the I
No 1 race ( H1hn1
1 or on tin
Bl Pi U
Si , IVciinc Dfl
tin ffr I
! mi. afould
to adati, II
"If thl- |" .
THE CVNARD L1NE1
(lu "iadinn H fn'tif
Reaches Mew High
, oil *.
I Canadian artses
1 beshati aad ass ruonmi aim
d*ck Mia ascfe
- ciriMpuiidiriK date in IBSO 111
laseka of Csssal
k oodum Doci
rvM -. 1 n
/ \. igatn
kOi.iiijipoi i. .axi sraar* taran in
onl' afun All
Ul - |>n**ihl* |o his 1
Kiti 7 A"
to the Call kl Um
The papsi aid
Mystery Blasts Kill 2
BAKHMM.S MiWM \TK
WEDNESDAY, J \M \I'Y I. ItB
the 2nd Test
llih m h
1 in the
most of i.
On the Caroi.iu
MRS ARTHUR CHOA1
di.\ L, | in.
i uni .hi i i
nd iil bcouU.
Bb ,i: vl I
live ni the
' Hi VI'. I
I'OIII it VI I
II W I A
rddad lie U
THE HTMMJV OF
/ Ske Someone You Read About
Or 'I'lie Someon* You Harrimdt
Killed in 7 Minutes
I he headlincrs search tbr
Tin- Woman ..f the Year, they!
1 >-w nan i mi t
not always pick
When the question was atked around Britain so ofi
CSflM pat the rcuy pul > by
i Jshed lit Philadelphia last
< \ROI. REED
SIR ALAN in Bin i; i
M\ uni U wive
.i ciiffitult jot) m MM
PRANK POWH I.
Ml WIFE, because the is what
she Is. and always has been and
I 11 be.
IHOKMiIKh \ \>
'ho gave h
roKEKT BOOTHHY M.I'
MOIICA MIIMII becaiu-
-i.it l'i. AIM -
married and such a lowlj
MACRBBN CONNOLLY, the
nl of 10 who WOO 'lit- 'll-Arrcrica
n's tennis title.
sn Theatres I
Hnrnblown . u M:i/n. Bridge-,
CM Boya' Anociati
AIAI. in* Un| of the oidf
nth Jan jo p,
ns> ' ms on the
Ueoda will be .. discussion on Uw
draft rub* foi Ihi
from Hit- follow ll
Hugh Games. St
i i h- Skaat m-
I no appointed
find in the cycle ha* not yet liecn
"" $' ..... tlnua mafI'J ';'.'
can be purchased from nirmbfr*
of the Organisation TI-
opportunity foi tha pubUi lo beta
Wid a llnrbadl
ONFi of the oil* now being ex-
hibited t.y M. Necltonmoff at hi*
exhibition at the Birbado*
M. Nechoiiaioff. a Bii"ln
artlHt or the Csnt realms had
made another ranvu- of Madame
Simon when -be lived In Part'.
The new painting wan done at
her home 8t. Leonard's House
Where M Nechoumofl and his
wife are (neit* of Dr. and Mrs.
K M. B. Klmon.
The exhibition continue* until
Christmas and Races
Vfl" DENNIS MALONE, Bai-
nsler-at-Law, who spen
i tuas holidays In Grenail.
with his f.uiiiiy retui
that combs on Monday b;
i' nlag the tame day froi
were Mr. and Mi>
I rosalaf and Mr. and Mrs.
E. Holder who were in Trinidad
fas the Tiinldad Turf Club's
t or Daughter's Wedding
MAJOR and Mis. Deoll LstM
gan, whose daughtci K
was oiarrlad s* Patrick*!
Church to Mr. John Grace ni
MR. and MRS LOUIS MILLAR Monday, laft restsgduu 'or J.i-
.iihi Uiatr two children Stew males via Trinidad by u.w.i.a. to
and Jud wedding nf one of the!
thai daughter*. 1:
EILEEN .lovt i
THE I lb DAME, 11/ MU Ml
rlei acUvlUSt were
PIn u BAKER, M.P.
PRIM l< Hl/Mlllll I-.
managed to combine the
I I Mr || .,:.- BtnbS | ,. | .,( ......
during her tathf I
I eer Freddie Mills, LaaHs Hor.-.
flrllshn. novelist Gilbert Fran'
kau, and actor Revert Beflflu
ado chow PrlnccM Ellrobcfh
Back to Trinidad
The radio actor
rOR me. m> live > ear old
i agMSf \II.EEN. |r utinr: "Oh
nn lliddy'o not an arlnr, he's
>"h -"Mn'iiiii. on the ead of a
*IR MAURICE BOWRA
1 I'lcf-Cnanccllor of Oxford
>ir> JOMN ni i ii >i w.
'i.mi ami broadi i
living n moat original i-
H-ORKM I MMIHKK f.,t
fng the youngest woman ever to
M English Chanri.i
I I >
Till NEWS EDITOR
of Of Dail\i F.xpr.s*
MRS HR\IIIMI(K. Bi-.u"
ha reached new rxtremea of
torlety In I SSI.
Director >( Efsatsalaatsr Bard
THI Prench novell I OOCstTBI
ror tx'ing probsbb ""
living novel:-!. BM for being the
only one of a committ.
'.I:., llliill' \"!.' I., r !
beat writer of the centurv
1 I ONARD i "in.
Miss I it INKFJ mil s|.kv. |
ate wardens of tin- An < m in plane
< i Jambc
MISS RUBi '
id Mr*, c L C Bourne of "Alex-
sndar", worthing, left b) lbs
CaiKiili'i'i Cruiser for M-
where *he \.iti *|imI .. tarn dayi
Ing on T'i,\n'.
. .,. mere, sti<' win h^* to the V s where
he flrsi '
Mit. D if i. ward Barrister-____
iw. returned b thelsUnd Fl .....III"L,I,",|T"""I'"I|U
B.W.I \ *-^ ,,ay " "yii'g visit is Mr.
altar ittendlng ti. (in lonald Qoodarnan, Chief En-
Maettag In Trli 9 ' Radio Trbridad snd
he was in the W.I. On a
Woodhitf he will |,e v i
Mr V.* th,. ii..1.1 Itnynl and
i ti i. Ward i
vi-it tr evenla bj B.W i a
n liendguar- a-' Mr
. J I101.IV, D I I tkM him schedule, ,., rol, Janu-
i tber WUIiami to due by plane ary 8. This Is the first role lor
today from Honolulu lo report DulT since he left Universal mM
Kfturnini! to U S tuI "turX on ,hc "<,m' ycar Goleen Gray has already
; Piece Thing Suit"* co-starring *igned for the feminmi' lead. (
BOI KM. who v I MatSJga and Walter Morris Ankrum ha. signed with j
Pldgeon and die to go before the Warners for u feature role in
.'. ttti -i Ounf starring Ban-
Itkardo Montalb-n is also due dolph Scott and Patrice wymaei
hv M.G.M. to slarl work on the Walter Wangcr pleaded inno-
Aying trapeta tor MSTOla wlthFltJ cent by reason of insanity Mon
Anurll In Eqiillibiium." one of rfay to charges that he tried
c of three lovt stories murder actor*" agent Jennlnps
produced by Sidncv Frunkliri. Lung because he thought Lang
Jean Simmons has called off ., , r,im,mcing with Wanger's
ncgolintion* In her new COnuaet \, ,f,. jri Bennett.
W'l,S"^'^HUlun"' 30TI"' 0''' Wtovtoton Dnrfucc. rd bro.d-'
contracl plr*, Jun.. 30 cMm imc^Uy ,<,,, ,.,;
the threat of Georgia's Governor;
Norman Talmndge to boycott!
television shOAS in which white
and negro performer*
together. Talmadgc In I
poUUcal newsp.iprr on Saturdav
singled out three COllimbui
' broadcasting System shows a*
oOSxaslva to southerners bacauM
ProdtM" l,"'v *i*re8ari'ed souUn |
spokesman for thg DOtWork
ib< ins ni... Its parfi
for talent rather than by race
I In the Scientific
Advisers I), i srtmei' of the iim-
i*h Joint : H Ion (Navv
Staff) .Washington. D.C
Hughe* bought the Bt
contract from J. Arthur Kink
She is committed to four pictures
before June but thus far only ap-
peared In "Androclea and Ihc
Howard Duff has been signed
i .-1 ithh Pr aucar i
ur for the mile Mad i" "Model
Incorporated" a mutual
r-f * I,.. .lfr..-
rWINSI ISI,,..,, Siollaiid ill Pure U.m.I.
IRISH IJNENl.iiilirniclereil l.undieoii anil lea Sets
LOCAL M VMIH'RAETS Bridfa Tea Sets. Guest
UNGBR1ENylM Panlies. SlipN ami Nighlies.
It.iy .1 Jeise> P>j.nn;iN .ml .si^hlics.
n o\in in 11. i .ti.ima
stt roB rouassLP
Rsbm Willmv Ware
Sagg and Separate fits.
Kruil Sets in Class
Mum 11- I i inns
Ta-da> ind To-morrow, 4.3D OPENING FRIDAY. 4.30 and 1.1.1
and 8 li.
U-public Action Double
WILLIAM ELLIOTT FORREST TIX'KER "EASY LIVING"
"THE LAST BANDIT"
AND ARMOURED CAR
With ROBERT ROCKWELL
Pink. Blue. Green. Lemon. While
Blue. Mauve. Green. While
___Sl.16 per yd.
Lemon. Peach. Pink. Rose. Turquoise. White 36_____91c.
VISIT US AND HE CONVINCED
facUUfM offered upposite our
II O V Y
GEORGE IN CIVVY
T. R. EVANS & WHITFIELDS
YOUR SHOE STORES
RICKETT STREET ;:
nil K only i ... and B.15.
REPUBLIC WHOLE SERIAL
WEDNESDAY, JAM \RY 9. !52
Ritual Murder Case
iwnn: i.ivkii hi in
sr thai Ihc child had
Owing lo the
.], 1 .,Ci,. I* it
are N rman be-
pnt k of insects did not haw
in ton* MM and possible bmis- could not s*
The tissue oi
ami soiled w
only portion of Us
. The >ec-
slate of bloodlessness of the tissues
and he 1'
post mortem stainjng
Identify By Mole
At thi* ktage of hi* examination
Boyco bi condutlert Into
the mortuar> i<
She --tralKhlswsv pointed out to 4- ' V
him. In the presence of the Coron- "
The cut section of the trunk
showed moderate infe*
fly larvae. Thise were larxer than
the larvae of the 0OCU11
l!> Takfag Into consideration the
decree of putrefaction, he is of the
opinion that Um
those of a child who had died two
days previously and from the
..f the development of the fly lar- l"
vae and from the fact thai the i'_^'.'.
mould on which the laaaasni *
found traa drying And thai rain
had not been recorded in that area
September IS and 21 bul
...re* lhat a single birth
the same spot of more than one
\ S, .,(! |'..rt>
S ur* rt-lemlr.it
Hhnmoiid*. said that in conse-
4 s raporf made by
Theresa B rlatttd Cove
II a Ith
inn i ru't
Rock Field. Hi
; Campbell There
he bund what appeared to be a
.win trash and
.\,i ih Ha Ban thi feat
who arrived sometime between 1
and 3 p.m. They removed the
trash and found 'he buttocks and
hild The remains wen-
removed to the mortuary.
' .-; (he day Thrrrsa Boyce
..mi. to ihe Station and made a
moat on the
* Smety Hill
i ,i guilt:
year-old Winston CtM
raid th< i
Sft a m and a
r of *B-
t, M i B i "
Poltee Uagutrate ' Wat '
at sshteh mn
a> nan Pace i
wards' and u
laW Secret..i> of
will have a real .*ance
' "" been
Dr. C, C.
on* for Ml OH
> speak on behalf al
de. Imt on questions
In Carlisle Bay
THIS i" the house In Pic Corner. St. Lucy where 23 nionla old (leoffrcy
Boyoa usad to lie beftwe his death on Beptnnbtr IS
Thi. picture w* taken yeatarday shortly after the Jury ha4 vialte*
ths eeaoa of the alia*** crime Bait Pater Hole. Core, which Is near
to Pie Cohit
thai Um remains -huh ha exam- ""*"
as?S*s* Day. -SfffflfiTEft S
With regard "> '"-< riiuse "'Bourne and othar Policemen
death, il was impossible for him 3pr)n-,.r ,howerf him -.not where ,
Greax-es had taken th "toy. .
on of the par. , u U i
[pundL His examination .krll ,,, ih, Hrar and heart. by .Ih* J,w' "" '" Sundn
disclose any form of crlpplmw m Soiumvi said lhat Oraavas had :h,'" "l'l';
wasting or contraction of muscle brought baeh the le^s and buttnclc boxaa, trunks and
associate! ith i.u.1;.- k nuir. in the dtractfc
Apart from such round ""' Waal Indians were
hlch would s. in that while being landed.
ReJutnetl Taxi Drivers
Wbtkets Gel Eagerly Await
Bkfggag)B The Tourists
i I s?h Ada
"pa. v >
oe. Bel M.ndala^ II
u \ Mba < naae, ).ss imu aew
i i w i at
i >L i.M ton* oel.
rut H.iggauc Wuiehouse steps
TAXl DSTVUtfl are laUn|
. I HMd l rade now
that the UN baa begun,
alog up the suggestion
word taxi palntad on Hstii i i
windscreens and rear windows. '> k- ,
Tn ..re hoping t. do very ^;,
,_.......................... good business today when th* ,,.
I.SISSS the- ChildS Uuver Hit!. .>nei (;rraVrs 1Viis .arrylng out th Thr JW Kodgers berlln* 1 ., by the Tourist CaeSai
death, to develop the posture la Hechnlquas" M was standing on alonj dock around M in
tt!KI\ \l -.
n. n i
vital importance such as *teilm.
the fSBatiataJ exivn of each col-
on) eoneemed will uln
if 'tis (lovernment
In this respect Finan.. v
tan win b* following the proca
loptad at a recent raw
confervnee *^ '
fain i ..lonlal dclegn'i
utvtted lo attend full wspMnan of
ministers as equals
We Indies delegate! vUl
I all at Ihe West
i nmmfttoa a in i
have lawn resei i
each ->h gaff (,,
It is unlikely Ihay will '|M-ak
for ihe Hahamas who>
tatlva Mi It. W layi.M srila
' the eleventh hour.
>ni.it onii e spokesman
.-.mi today that the Bahamai
only representation Hihl he
ihroufh j M.,ii- in.
Floral talgM, Clasjr*d
Borders. I* o I k a Ihiis.
The bsjMSM INrinml
and Chi. hramls.
& CO.. LTD.
10-13 Broad Street
which the remains were found (, top of a hill Sratchlnf, for lh MM
and to hold lhat posture J t two ,.,,i,roach of anyone.
I a ran la .
,i i... i
the baggage. Ri
.lavs, therefore he concluded mat springer took then through taJtan lo hat sMa Isj receive \b
dla a natural ki:-g.- and arara then rows
dv.ith i i Planta- back to the Paggage Wsrehoir
Under the cil hill. Hi owed stiiis where il *. lamied
considered the llkelit f them a cave and laid that t>
death, namely, haemorrhage and lh(, ptece whet* Crraaves had loW Bsuatsatlf. Kllrhen aMM
SB) daflnltel) ,ijn ,., heart and other furntture who n U
ihat the hild did not die from ,lv Springer searched a portion used in tfvlr homca while i
haemorrhage for In that case U Panama comprised a large part .
i, en bunrned. Superintendent Simmonds said the luggage land*
Although a certain amount or th;. (.,, ,, ,. ln|d what Some of I . ,i the
tongaaWon a) tna tea nail couw springer had said about him but ran < ,,t Um Bag- thuu done to curb ihi
have resulted from the dependant h* dented aaalng 8| uaa fop hours waitn.: Vei v
otbai oooasusai vrhan OUbm t
i .,ii here Th<
plain Hi the tourist '" J
USUalLy ver. slow.
in a large measure nsr*aft
duo t" tl f.Kt thai ..lit-of-season J* JiOwoai
'" ',''" '" ,l1"- "U- Law |Jw *Z
ars during their stay in (i.
ihe island oaeeilioBi
The rvntiil of self-drivcn cors * ,-,.-
"" Oe..e KilHreast
. taxi drlvei iaJ
and f would like to see some- I
lotieeable Aar-.. M,l(1* AZ, EEma,
position which the ''';-;'.'>, .m ..it t;"v. Springer nT.V UI1| ,,.,,. timm I ll -
when found the peeUli IwOwWI him le'trr from the bpoilrtlt lip from lho hold of Ihe ;h.,* n SHJ 0* lot vlsttOni often M
frmj J.W. liltiii asW than until the tefca gswna time before bacomi
local tram, raaju-
the> did not charge oprmger^oe- BBrtlculous search of Um bOMC ull cemmtt
and :i many hieaehes of Ihe lew. *
nearly always fi
nails of children
iiven the formal
Of the lernains and Ihey
Srsjsant al Um DUtrtcl *m
Sickle COOU Hate l>.ne It
|fj FU Id, l>r Kir-
while the body was In a huddles I
led the postunn*
0l tht lafB Th* pOStUon could be
a sack, if the body had died
naturally ami had beat
beren. some i UK tor r,tne h ,,.,,. ^^ of ^ fu|nl)
\*&&J&^S&i2miSfi SSal L.I h EoTfin that they had a sister o- I
bwn UuU eatr^ bloodlessness u Jackwm< s, Michel lo under- L., ... ... X R i
, 1.I.S? tahes lina*' to ^......MKonent km,w where lo find the road,
cause they wer concentrating
a- thi- stei Ihi Court ad-
iourned until 10.00 am. todsv.
The jurv viMteil the scene of the
M.iny of them gave u "sigh of
an the) taw iheir la-t
piece of Uiggage brought up In
UM SlilaC They knew thai the?
did not hsvo much longer to wail
the problems ..f Um Bai -
biidians who returnnl D
get in touch stltn g* I
their family wh..... Umj I'll hare
enaas over to v.
nun with whom Ustj hsve not
noee oeneve-i l,,'|^;.
nf the situation J '
yaatas> kepi up eotraai
nit;, of ttie bucsns "t
i d chanfe i
!k;'1 rKLfto cTaln fluid U 3S nmv-iif y^WrihTpnperty of his residence.
JrUld! wit MrnnSS **W-*5 E ? In spite Ot Uun. they seemed very
the blood would remain fluid up to waj
eight or nine hours the following 1M1
night. Th.- serrated edges of the
.kin rail i"nc by "
Crow eaamined by Mr i larl s
Dr. Kirton said: I agree that tN
are four principal forms ot a
phyxia. drowning, hanging. Btxa -
-.laiM nnA tii ff oca t ion It H
I ,h:'1 '
killed by asphyxlsi wiU
body showing avidenca
caUM 1 do noi eniirelv a
It is necessary to have
body to d<
due to ai
showed mark; i
of violence I agree in
tattin, St. Michael bbW InBI on ItlTj
December IS he mi*.....
Hnt i n ih. i i
; yams from the
ground snd in when he was
- seen will
that C oin had five pre-.
r, ,, avkUoru r I ny, ont Um n ><
ihe one for dSBBindll La
lhat" men.u given
hole five ye.irs' pen si servitude at Iho "
a was Court of Grand Seas
Tl- ;,n,n,:r ...........-- -........-
i.. ek to
Barbados and seemed more con- lie ami small 'mimen.nl
Lodge I Ian- cerliW| at the moment i.vei getting n to nsduei <-.insiiinptlon by 20
h. affil i Ihi i .".rmttre believe.i
there Will be giMnlwill and u ten-
t i this appeal "
Cul n> 20 Per Cent.
In the twelve years lietween
1938 1MB and IWll 1
il. i. ., .-I n
3,OOu,0M snd now awasdad
Flectricily con-nrnplion Daofl
Than dontilcil fmm ^.120.000 t
Alderman Rowen asked domes- rrs...
iwi.o-rea M- i
baggaga out of ih
mum-. Befotl sentencing him, Mr.
,i( a death Walwvn told Corbin that he has
ing he could do
FIRST CHOICE IN
TRY IT TO-DAY
IM l> It O I I
RICH IN PROTflN.
THE FOOD FOR
kmfkoti:. a cofwi'iitraUdfci .i imposed of milk poa ;.
both skimmed and full cream, special! sj
soya, National and barley flours, sOtubsa casein and prepared X
wheat germ has beet designed to provide in I palatable form a 3
irly nourishing food bavarage, rich In protein, Hw \
nitrogenous principle of food bo nafjsasry lot DM builoing up X
of the nerve and body tissues ami tin maintenance of health g
and fitness. N
TRY \ TINvotrix ri:ix Tin: llllFI rti SCI
40I.I.I.VK nun. ISJaflM
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SS..S % ______ __________
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W: CAN SITPLT VOr WITH Till FOLMfWIN
. :.l|..l.l.lis il'ljin and
AND MANY OTHER USEFUL i
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(Thr lloin<- Fur l'...r. .... .
M 2109. 440G
Every normal skin needs
THESE 2 CREAMS
Lovely Society women all <,..i Qu
world follow this timple, Inexpen-
sive beauty rare; one that Is
within the reach of everyone of
I ill LOW THE BFAIfTY J
CAR* OP KUCIKTV*R ->
MIVKUKST WOMEN *
L M i: i win i:i ^
Thi* Is what yon do: every night, at bedtime, smooth Poml's Cold
Cream over fare and thnMi iih raw fUMgr-Up* Heniove the eieani,
and with It every sargai af iliit and] ingfni Up Tb n "rlntte" with more
Cold Cream, for estra-eleanslns:. extra -softening. Very mon. your
skin will l>e clearer, sntoothar, rOTOUl -
FOUNDATION AND PROTECTION
By day, use a torn 11 of F | f-nndaUon. This
n-Breayy rream wnl hold .mir powgaff mat' r..r hours, snd protect
your complexion from i
Start now U win th> I
(hat can m you use
Pond's Creams. Vuu'll find the
OfasaVirhfM tars st sit
the bent beauty counters.
THE NAME THAT
QUALITY IN A .
llermeliiallv Nr ile.l L'nil
rteiiuliliil in Desicu
All Sleel (ublnel
I ni,.,Mm .t| | Ope rale
in r iv i m.i isn i.i.i.i run hi i hii.i is i itm
1 fill Sll SIIII'MfM Hfff.lVf. Hfli:\ii.v
H.\.\.\i.\<; A in., i.tii.-afsa(.
WEDNESDAY, J\VI'V . !:.;
, i I ,. ...... .1 Bkd..t.w
t\r . I)H
for a Central Milk Depot and Creamery
of milk '
the price ol milk In bottles
ptr pint \o 15
pint and in can
100 lbs. to $i: 0
i a half
i two cents
Then reeeon toe optimism
ling which has
mem eetablifhing out ol public funds i
that the mil) mo "cannot be
allowed (..i die*1 Will have been hllfJtad
I Uktly tu breed
conAdencc among the nulk producers in
i than tin knowledge
that milk production offers financial re-
nd Will offer greater financial re-
uy d when ii i* organised more efficiently
than i.PW. Both Housts of the Legtala-
ture have sbeefly approved expenditure
t,> the Outernmeni of j: 30.000 as a con-
tribution towards the capital cost of a
Milk Depot and Creamery. This
ppi oved on the unojM -
that private dairies would pro-
atnlng 30406 require.) t"
iin-ii was subse-
quentl; by individual dairy
tnent may haw decided to
30,000 alread) voted b> the Leg-
It imbttloui I'l-'i*"'
,,r they i i) i i QtiterapUUng leaking leg-
lelatlve lanctlon for kicreejfing Ihe ex-
approved, In either
on the support of the
milk consumers in the community for the
iniliadw they an | ' v
the death ol the Central Milk Depot
The advantages to be derived from I
Central Mdk Depot I thai it is
anyone who would]
oppose it-s fi.rm-tion. And m<>re advan-
: lie to the dairy owner than
to the eeneteJ public. The public will be
. d to havi- a source ol clean pasteur-
:. Ik At present several reputable
dairies provide clean milk but it is not
aaateuriaad Dairy owners will benefit
from the enhanced reputation that local
milk Will earn when it is pasteurised
But this is an advantage they will share
with the consumer, Their main advantage
:s that lo be derived from more conveni-
ent hours of work, avoidance of waste and
improved methods of distribution
At pi< sent private dairies find II
Lugly difficult to lind workeis prepared to
begin milking In the waa hours of morn-
The need for such early milk will
disappear when a Central Milk Depot
! acauaa then will be adequate rc-
EOT mdk pet
BOB] COnUnOOUa delivery
Itnbutlon ol milk Will inevi-
tably reduce the overheads now carried
by the private distributors, whoa
ery areas now overlap with competing
dairies. The knowledge that no milk need
be wasted because of sudden can
of orders will also encourage private
to support the Central Depot. The
a paid f
ed by the existence of a central depot it
r. more likely that greater I"
reaull to the milk producer as a result of
efficient handling, and distribution of
The proposed Central Depot will un-
: lair; mere but
not at the expense of the small. The scat-
tnall owners should benefit propor-
tionately more. Because whereas today
wner of one or more cows cannot
hope to compete with the dairies of from
26 upwards to over 100 cows, the milk from
their cows can be sold to the H
I and delivered alfl
owners' produce and not lose by
.11 owners can-
not hope to t
The public wants i
Milk Depot. The GovenilDent i.
spare no pail the request. The
to lose and
by co-operation with
the wisl the G
Soviet1 liitSiisiiialism j BUY BRIiLSII ?
P l-l II If X II If I < K
s oS m
laissez-faire ayanssa capiuuunv
ildest dreams of an omnipotent
Communist nopmMt contrasts!
with the alleged
a Ian chaos ol u aHagedlj ''ussplaniiasl
m. CapaansB. even of the
en in ihc nine
ii50s .1 i
A Prosperous New Year
itg. But pi
n the Went, even In u partly
...... i ..nomy, de-
.;!. : i I
.,.. ,. twprisr of thousand.!
Idual JJSRnen Though
s going on. ing some degree of security
BHtse. owing '' i has so Jar outproduced ti
inbour*ts, who have nUa
sn methods ,i serum;
tig and corrc' < i .lallsl panning for exan
a ... auto Bianssswtuteff si
determined bj lbs Dansunv-
' * "^ "ffjwja
nd the ih* eeveieastnl will certainly
.. ; pi,
m. whl.li "ins entirely by gov-
.nd preferences. Consumers
.... In any country want shot-*, ciotn
...... ro i Hpvu
inste-d wants heavy
l "'' '" '' "' ,^,l _
is ssm pleas aeextfduuny^jso
i " i'v*n the poorest a i
| j,^. ,i.. ,*-, or the consumer-mtndcl
Iis far higher standard ol ttv-
mning and mnu- W< I P*- Soviet, houslnj averaeei
,-eclally small family per room, with the
lib """r fcP** l" ach ruWn dttrfclad
I | .,,,. evaeo its wveial sleeping occu
need In 1M1. r-ownad In oUMfS, and rHBeoarcivs
,lly .ontrollctl m still others. "' ,'""' nve-year plans betan III
trial Many ac partly < neantly that yea, still
, iud without M'ns the peak of individual
i.,,V(. bataMJ ".-. i-e.ity under tinifj .....
. tarlfli >r gov- "** ?t"'.?rfwni"' Uut} |l,,,k l*c'1
.nment-blcd by high tax-s. Som "I"- '< What made il a peoi.
labour, enorm. i SK OS pubUs Jf ^ceding jNew_Eco.,om.
..... ...mpctiiors. In w *hl,h Soviet survivors till loo..
.,, .nlL,,, iluctuaUng a sltua- '!* wh noatalgia. parti> resem-
,- i ^ S3 foiitieai power often alter- ;'-' "" rastom acooomy In flv-
*^ scnrmoui (although ever behind
Ameiiniii iadiisliTal sntns]
..(; plant | P*'r capita piiKluctlon of many ki-y
in.m a ,tecl """"""' oeds I -
'; plant. In the Soviet economy both ^'-" "' < *'< ""^' ""
I lliel928 uimu have the -am owner- the ''"' National Bureau of Eeo-
''^ I" Communist pnrtv o, the so-called """"^ Kwsn-h reported on Ma
Ui 0.6 million In tl- state lli.nfore, the amount and ~- IB51 ,hjl >n l2l)
liie 1940 population price of steel tOM in determined P*l tv"L ' ,nc pop"'-1'.....
IIUOB by census, wltn not by fie.- l^rgainln^ and the J4 P" ,cnl ** America's weait.
45 mil! ....,. |.(Ws of SUp| an(j while by 1931 that rich 5 pat
f.ue. was an demand but bv .. prior BDd com- ,l'"1 "nl> ,8 P*' ''e"t * "'(
led IHI mlllmn, with aa pulsorv goveniment plan This wealth. Tins jNMccful social revo .
nillion armsd, equirm not only the ovar-aU 'uuon lowera aquaUty, which i |
live-year plans but hundreds ef achwviiuj men wan snj vtotm
moujanda of short-run separaui suiu-capiuuiai re/oluuon, is in-
plans for each Industry. This creasing annually. In 1929, 1 per
oeeassttates the most enormous "it of the population had 19.1
1.. >. :. , u I- I "lit of (he WC.iltll. By 1"'
nbly greater than even the swollen ih|v O^ropped to 1 7 pai cent, aboui
bureaucracies of modern England two-thirds ol Ihe way '< Mnancta
ind America. equality. Or to i.k< i .
This Soviet bureaucracy Is the betweso I8ai* and I9M, i.
new ruling class. It cannot be re- "" "' living in real wages (nuut-
sistcd from below by strikes or i"f due sUowance for InflaUo
by opposiUon parties. It pays snd pricc-rtsesi rose 3S0 i>c, cen
itself disproportionate salaries and K>r the American worker. And Ihll
a larger percentage of worldly 'r |u^'. ab.-ut half a* many hou<
goods than western capitalists 4 work i-c. weekl
..-... H.i MH.tn minority tmo receive in proflta. The gap in ' contrast, in Sov.et Rutl.
Party, standard of living and in political lass lines are steadily Uahtenlng
. aoviei commi r An avsa (raster share ol ui na-
and his regimented labourers is '" ll11 ""omc and powci is goli.
"' <>" far greater than between an to thai nny. i.io-'eudal oligarch.
He extreme to such American millionaire snd his (only S per cent ( the populatioin
..nuii self-organised trade-union working known as the Communist Parts
men. The power of the com- Mem.- the nalvelj whsa reply i
missar. who can have struteia ths old, simple Soviet peasant
and free trade-unionists shot when nske I If hi* vlllase eOBtaJ
as traitors, rsssssabtas not
i heavens, no; we arc all poor dovvt.
ivi that sla
'li is I
sin< i- late, share has t>een
The imi populaUon
i-m differs economically from UV-
' nor wayt
in thv Soviet, that |l
In ths 'i \ :
e uw total snd ui i
private ownership known as tnV
Hrteni ti ,i ihrived down
11 '" but the exlrcme fulfillment of th here."
Our i..mI,is sjas| .
"ftnaurer Fnm Drh*n"
In The Editor, Thv Advocate
ii In your
'ii I- ":!>: artk la to ths
I \t ,\. .
and < psrueutai
_ i>poU, but usually at spots which
......i- ..... ' appeal to be d.....
Tor reducing tin- Accidents Mso land lo occur at a
' if i suapeel thai 4 ihs weak al vartous
a*ho have studied lbs Mb- p
1 ">ii suggesi. iiuiik -
i should be
Wide limit nf 30 in a Ii <':i the
I tunas) thai one of
a ifst] on
it well )>
i illce energli
of a pcdvsliLf. Ihe OdOS an- Ui.n
.. eithei (i) to I par!
i..: iced too far
into thi road, "i parked t. near
m parked opposite an-
oumu i .n on .i it. .in road, or park-
inio'more'produ.-- ;i1 "ls*t wiShjuii lighU), or (It)
iKn-'illing. eapeclall) when
rot a aasvaral siieed
In snare) sari- withoui glv
ra Ukety to occui' should nuo
that llarbados ro-id i
mr and built up
raking tn.-t the aaeoi
the length of public mot
in id.- laland I i boel no miles
ui.I l-> much surprised
if the length that could on the
be described as "buUI up wen-
off from standstill
isj any indication. 1
It Hi UlltlllC
. ur outside
thai "pisiws of
resort" which abut onto
main n sd si sn niiMiitabic site
ii in an age
of motor traffic bs Itcansad in op-
latton not f< i pouea
Genvrully speaking, cxpsrtenea
.... ^1 100 mites OrT'the'i
: oM> miles any n mt dr.v-
1 fun.! tune to time On i '' '"> luc-haalsm
I absurd waste .<( '
md money if the ,,( i sbould in not
endse '" tUSS aboui outmoded speed
I ava their use if aputed vehicles under estamlnallon (not
exanuoattens on she
road) and to sdueate Ihs pubUe,
fan Um t,. -( ...I,,. ,i ,. .,.. particular!'' b^rOUgn the schools
UM considering the in-
Iwn nvouio.1 if the vehicle I ft lUrlj Of
involved I I been moe- '" |! roedi leading into
Hut thai HTtdSSH ivy well
peed bs t itulatad leal serious
bad Judgment bs the driven i(
the authoiitic* ure to accept the
pasd lui thing thai
peed limit i *
Jfaesi Iltimv \iul Hrnhf'
|_ To the }
ago SS Barba-
wh. I aSl klna in
nama during the building of the
dd 72 would answi
the. um add
i the numbers n I
' .iiscu"- *r*
ihai the police ar,. main-matt* within the pur-
taining Hicm. For example spot.-view of their work.
I9Z0 or 1930 it
was announced that West Indians
vim bad bsen working in Panama
would i"' riven United States citi-
zenship That announcement came
in a time when it was sonounci
that there were 50.000 Veal In-
dlans in Panama and they woul 1
returned to their homes
i his sjranUng of riUaanshlp was
the "iis"'i to wlu! v .e n'i;.ii-i.
...- an unrsffesasars bsvdablB Pui
lui- it wu .mnounced that the
i hJldran born to Was) Indian pa-
rents would he entitled to Ameri-
can ettusmehlp. A few children
who were Mien in K-irhadm and
who had been -o born are now in
the United Slates as a result
It must be admitted that the fin-
ancial condition of these people
it list Ik- put down to their own
careless way of life. But they had
BTTOd the Panama OovenrAODl
during the Iwst years of their lives
i-'id now they are "Back home and
i.o-t that the late Sir
Harold Austin raised the matte)
public!) and Shei some reference
n to the Colonial Office
hut the result no one seems lo
know h might be that with La-
bour Governments all over the
Has ii would be profitable
to raise Ihc issues at meetings of
the Caribbean Commission and the
Barbados Government might ask
Sn Qaotfl Seel to use his good
offices and ask the Panama Gov-
erninenl for a pronouncement and
the Colonial Office might think it
worth while 10 intervene also.
Al least these people have a
strong moral claim on the Panama
(low imnent for shelter and pro-
lectiOO 'hiring 'he rest of then
lives because they had served tha'
country faithfully and well
I .write this because a few
months ago It was announced In
Panama lhat there was some sug-
S- lengthening the Canal
l sounded good to Barbadian*
who are always willing to travel
wlure there is work to be done.
But if those who are likely lo emi-
gratS now if Ihc Canal is lo be
..t think of the treatment
to those who havs i
returnej and some who returned
recently only lo die. there is little
likelihood of anyone wanting to
This is a matter which should bS
a blgfSsf level than that
/V/.v Kaffh- sswaae
SIR,Would you through the
f your paper" I
to .,vk Ifeose people who Sav.
Poppy Raffle Books to return there
Ithooi further delay to the heads
of their parssssas
posalhle to have the raffli
BttO all the books are
Preen NEWtXI. ROUERS
Britain's I rwompterM
0 Am.MK.i (aces a new aai.
i are dissatis-
ied. In part thi
ast heard them nearly five years ago.
t. Proctor, hi
British lack aduptabil-
'1 : i J : [UBS to itUd) tfil
in sending dmnerwarf in willuw basketa
nstead of cardboard b Beta mean
xtra labour hen
A department store buytssj manager says '
. .' real spfU bv difficult (or British goods.
,ie too hlfch."
Fair ol act ll considerable
-mtncan raeiatance to tin- British way ol
MO MKltKV CHMevTMAfl f.r shops En
no gloomy Now York department store,
- iles are down ^l per cenl '
Reasons given : "The:
xcept customers No id lid ol beiiif
nort any more. Many people have to spend
k> much money lor food and housing to
iave much left for gift:;
GENERAL Mm AUTlll'K wants tighter
vilian control over the armed services. He
rear America may be tumid into a military
tiit- Tha fenaral, you remember, was re-
Hresident Ti uman from his com-
i land in Japan on the ground that he was
lowing too much diaregard of control from
SCORE In New Jersey's deer-hunting sea-
1 n: 11.799 deer and eight hunters dead of gun-
iot wounds; three hunters dead of hour! at-
ick while hunting.
EVERY DOG M \s Ills DAY.No. I:
Bach,day Harold Trowbridge hlree .1 UnrJ 1
1.1 to nil dgar shop in Montclair, New Jersey
With him goes Mai. a !.'(-year-old shepherd
log who is going blind Sayi Trowbridge
Mai is bain n tired 1 couidn't bear 10 re-
>loce him." Mr. Trowbridge ii blind, too
Lit was Ins "poping aj a* !
No. 2: King, a while ..paiiii.'i, had his 11.
.ourt. His master, Robert Vrozga, sued Freo.
.o.si lor j:700 fur shooting King. In a J,00U-
*ord opinion, Judge C. C. McDonald award-
I JC175. His ruling: Dogs may not
v killed (or such simple ollences as tipping
ins''mis and walking 011 fresh cement.
AT TIIK SA.MK TIMK that one airlinei
raahed In Elizabeth, New Jersey, killing 56.
.nother made an emergency landing in i
leatUra near Ainaiillo, Texas, with uxacll:
.he same number of paaaengan. The pilot'.*
nsUuineul baard ihowad lire in the plane
'he Texas plane missed eome cows and stop
-ed 5U fuet lrom a railway track along which
i goods tram was speeding. Nobody was-
mrl. No lire was found.
WIIII.I-: Roy Albm attended a lecture al
lallas, Texas, on how to prevent car thefts,
is car was stolen outside.
TAI.KINt; OP THEFT, eight crooks kept
he radio of their stolen car tuned in to thi
oolice broadcasts and held six people prison-
ts for four hours m ChkagO to-day whili
.hey methodically broke open a safe and
scaped with 2.650 in cash.
COUsBGE STADIUMS tor football teams
are callexl bowlslike Eioaa Bowl. Sugai
Bowl, Cotton Bowl. Most of them are in thi
South where the sun shines warmly all win-
ter. Now icy Alaska has an Ice Bowl. Uru
versify of Alaska will play an Air Force
team on December 31 if the weather is not
colder than 53 degrees of frost. Another
rule : There must be four inches of snow 01
the held to protect the player! from the iron
hard frozen earth.
PRESIDENT TKl MANS answer to cor
ruption in his Administration is a 6ft. 4 ins
man with a bowler hat and handlebar mous-
tacheThomas F. Murphy.
The Presidei.* aa of ihe most
famous prosecutors in America all-our pow-
ers to drive bribe-takers or favour-givers
out of office afurphy'i chief target will bt
dishonest i.i\ collecb *-> Six of 64 collector*
of internal revenue already have been sack-
ed or have resigned
' ean he headed the criminal
prosecution section in the New York District
Attorney's office Ho never lost a case or
an appeal. Then he became Police Commis-
sioner, and drove out oH took bribes
Now Murphy has DM I national
. /(/on \ SFUMK"
Thv epieaafagi / nke '''*
Kuvinf! >V..../i rait* for
p*Tfvctinn a/ IhmiI ami
.:-,,! Hfti-n iirtTliiiulinn
BsBBVSettqe; uml running rig-
ging you ran re/v rt
rtllifcsg gHaHf .i/ir/ U IKK,
CAM \s ami uniyvs,
la rnnurr maximum '//*
rirnrr an till paint* of
C. S. Pitcher & Co.
When repainting the insides of
your molasses tanks, you cannot do bet
ter than to specify .
" IVTKHV\TIO\Al "
This is a paint specially prepared for
the purpose. It is anti corrosive, and
when completely dry will impart no
flavour or odour to molasses, drinking
water or foodstuffs.
It is, incidentally, also waterproof
and is. therefore, ideal for use in drink
ing water tanks, food storage cham
hers, refrigerators, etc.
Obtainable in 1 gallon tins at $8.73.
TRY A TIN AND BE CONVINCED.
Da Costa & Co., Ltd.
i.vi'i-.'ii.vvriovu. PAINTS. iM.
Save Furl Chicken*
shrrdded Wheat Daska
\\ eeUbls Rabbtss
I'ufled Wheat. Liver
Grape Nuts Kidneys
Bran Flakes. 1 t- ii Sausages
lorn Flake* Bcrl PRMa,
Oat flakes l* Ham* Lei Hams Cut
WWCMMMM I-arse Tin Ham*
luIMn Keirhup. 7'; 01 at BrUket or Beef In tin*
i" per ih.i Italian Chill Kanee. T, oi Vienna Sausaie*
al : it per bolllr
I'rrpared MiuUrd. A M... KISH
Z5c per bot
A 1 Sauce, c per bot "moked Kipper*
Smoked Haddock I ill-1 Holr Cod Roes
.1 A H HHKAII
KulU. Ilnl l- r Hn ,t I'ilchard* \n. Inn i-
and BSRAT KPT.
rilONE FOR fOm Cabbage
i \i.i: C'RFAM < lllllll...T
Phone GODDARDS -
W. II. Ii. .
WEDNESDAY, .l\\T\RV 9. I52
House Congratulate Leader
, Vrum fair I tervant of thl. colony u>.
n many jx.r* of Ki'
JLrf"".- *** "' Privllw nd .n inc ltl....lur >n0 Ihc It..
ESsrs*i^,**y.fword " '-
~SS1S* t. "" '-" ''" '<""" ! lhl wtwn people ..liuicj
hon. .cmor member for Si J.iM-pr, ,,
i iMwph and a. they l""'^"--'^""'"
uw have a wool Hick In me
lift... poimS 13 ?mUd rT1'; % *!' T1 t"duolx*
reward which 1* did not antici- tafk '' ,he 'ronl bench ' Pr"
pate, but which none would ocnv * > Aaeembly.
ne had merited C itcumstancea compelled them
Practically deserting the im- Io **** one coum or another.
U Held nf in* law, the hon- *nd ht' fclt sur* l"al when a ma.i
irntd member for 'nnv ,n*' political course rather
itedoalha ,n"n ln* l*kl. any honour arttefl
.,, EMM tn him. came not m ap-
polltl blm to WD ..n. piCi-i.iiH.ii .,( hi> pttiHMl
placis and enabled him io make but because he was a member of
g|vg him an organisation, and a member of
Elook, and even fur- a parliament that had done of
,h" *W ok, *.<. that had tiled to do some good lot lt
when he returned to this colony, country He said thai without an-
I the .island would mock modeatv.
rfebod to his presence He knew because he had I*.
ho eovUdo t...m..ionke
moat paopU In Am s" u",nee
d thut trieiids in tnc
OllMc West Indian >
U that the not ftaol otTended il he made that
(01 St statement, as It was a fad th..t
Ho thuuitht the island's 300 years of repri>-
. as the second case In the aontatlva create I
... in Whkh high honour ,r. Barbadians a sense of espon-
a native bi!it> i,d a *
PU IN BAXJi 1" ACTOR Y -t
t!.- ID.SZ crop.
The factory OH
V7i it li dlu ' hi nodi
bcr of a Legislative Assembly, and
' |l the honourable
out of the honour award- lurlM ,( ""broken re,
cri him,Companion of tin Hot)
Distinguished Order of S-
and St. C.cor> lugt
laeaing add u i
ommunttlei whtrh h..i
if tii i
Mr. Adams said. "Any honour
hi stowed on me by the Brtttth
House Pass $70,000
sure that he (Mr Adams > and the Oovernment or by any intema-
rest of thorn all welcomed the hon- tlonal organisation at any limr.
our whuh soriM roan .< fell on i, due to the fact that in the po-
lliat West Indian statesman. Hon. iitltal Held Barbados is absolutely
T. A. MarryahOW, when His Maj- unique am ng the non-*elf-BQ\
rstv the King conferred on him thr orel'l territories' in its unbroken
O B E.
Thc-r. lut if AoMOiblj pumj p r
S70.000 In order to Rive assistance to ti-hormin who titho*
suffererl complete 1ok or damage Io ilmr fishing boats. bgfl
high seas pounded the west coast nf Ihc i.sliiml uti !> i n .ln-i
Tin- ..ddenduro gold ihat on De- exti
I and 3. IIS), hltfh seas the flarWrmOD woul
damaged 83 fishing boats, 40 of community us .1 wbOH
huh were beyond repair With He hop.. that Ihe
?T 1 Pan 1500
fo Brii;^ Tochnkal
1. 1 -u g 1 1
to Harbaoo* an officer from British
t new Technical Im
Man Tiitani who arw tn Bai-
whosn me Commlttog -ppomteti
l. p epa e a modiin.i *. heme C->
ing aiscus'ed their proposals.
Moving the poaoUlfl of the ROOB
ion In I 0 nlttcv, Mr. c- ti
1 1 thai Mini *.,
lunod thai the um woulo
lot bringing I*
lOO fco.irnnieni in Ihe DTOpOl
.n'n of .1 111"..Hied scheme.
That 1 fncer's adi '
a d. was go goo
..L^ unJortunata that he had i
.> Ihe Uiiellt of the ..duce wlmi
bopa' tu got ;l>'ih bin
be released b> n Brll
in- beiwiit of hi
1 1 Hie (IBM Hut tin-
ould want lino
Ho would uj dm too Bonofli
<>f those Okonboca "i" iiiii i'
rood of thingN
thOJ DOCOIBO members of
...,. r ., Mq ...- House, that Ihe 01 iglnal com
1, lint sh Oulana and Bar- I"1"**"" pul "> "chomo coot-
abounding with ' > win to purchaao laud ami
and the boats sh uU bo buyng toi vocauonol tialniiu,
it were iti I'tiiubernwru
<> rage I
Uma to introduce
; BOtUAg boats
1 type of
that can stund rough oroBthli
thy to go to tn;
BUld be equipped
Mi Loads, (l.i -aid that from
the lima no hoard the hshing bout
Of Barbados discussed,
had hoard th.it the present
parliamentary tradition. I do say Oovernmem ai pro- Cover......
Ilappv Am;iirv that democracy has reached .1 P"d ' replace the boats which Intoreat in nahorroon an u
It was of course onlv th<- bogln- higher slage in Barbados than in were destroyed and to repair the fishing in, "..i Mili.ihlr tot then
ning of the Session, and n far -nv other Bnt.sh Colonial tern- ed In Bar1.ad>s ns g minor II ,he> w''rp *""'<, '''
do argumonta and bit- ion to-day." A aatano would, be given to tho trv of more import a me. '' l"' ->ud, the*
It Wl .1 lie wd that similarly, if ..1^ lc.ats were deMi.o ||, 1 .1...... ^' DUlldi It With tng
run to th session when thing had happened on the ec- r damaged on tl i 1 igl I I rrmen
ic si'c it was due to the fact r cent interest rree loan and a 0f flahlng boal 1 b. I that 1 howevo felt thai aomo difll-
plano to express appre. ,hri, lhcif. WM 5im,|ar te:0gnlUon 5" f^,/.*"* .J^.f .* co,t town for three or fOUl dayi Wllh- "">' "jis gong to face the Gov-
Clatlon of tha Imperial Honour ln lhl. OUUide world that Barba- "' '"" d'" 40 new boats was ,,1;. ,hl 1|VM of tll, inmenl thi.mgh ihe t Mienes Do-
itid at approximately W0.000 nsh,.r(lu.n h. regarded the locting m DO) for tho
boats todav at traps Trc.s,, MOM |Hir-
felt that .ml then eoliecting money
should embark 011 an insurance '" Revolving run.t 1l< f,-n
tl I ""' I'"; the RMMaR) thai
to bo p tM book shoul 1
Ahich had been bestowed <*i the
aanior member nf one of
1 the Brit-
~^~ZJ!Zr^ ,LH" nd that of repairing the 4S dam- tooh*
eelTS he' 1 rST' rtBed b*M"', il PPWX^-Wy W
Mr Branck-r said' 1
^ra'ulatlng the honourable and
member for st
, I .'. ...'.!. I'.tir .'
1. 1 t.ike this opportunity
as the> showed
te s. |han was **"""'" lh(' olher Mr. Adams tLl said that he did
jol nles. He had hesitated to sav ,i think it was necessary for him ._
that because human natu-e being to irteak at steal leneth on Ihc \ ?n, Umr''
what it was. peple would feel ^n^uL^utLnZ^Tu^ Jjj" 5E .
MU1 ,*opc Ban.dlam ^emU-rs w, f.m,!,,;, with the ",,, N
r- Hiding the disaster jjWnrTii hulnwa
M ha hole that was given "^i" "* '"""'*""
While he was grateful to lh-
0 do so 1 1 : bOBO that lwo honournble membes fo, what
Ihat .11 ol us they had said, he wanted to make
around 1 li I abb feel that some i^se of It. this o caslon even If
of tha lualrt from that is shlnin he seemed fatherly or pedagogl
and surroundlna ourselves around as an indication to fellow Bar-
P-ahoe table." I adian* to see that they have a
m. believed that nil friends 00 upronw cholea of showing the
his left w.re at least as enthusi- .est of the world that Barbadiaas *rl mo,c rnnvas rather than
" atcfid. and as happy of know how to work together and '"r *"' monlh * **t '
tha honour conferred on his light, and when the fight is over, '
friend on his right to band themselves anrl work for
"I i-onura'ulatcd the h>"
i' in..iM"i] .11 11 <
said, "and trust' that he will li
for many years, not only to enlov ..j bpiu.
this, but to arrive at ^tn^1_fu,rl^ hon urabl
nperlnl Honour and that
would be as willing to
m around 'he table
. ail would around some
other table if the opportunlt>
erv word that tho
wnber for Christ
men he con-
: 1 joined the
point out that then'
. now typo i 1 '-at tol
,,ii !, ..t hahi rmon Ho aitd
II Oovi 1. .1 h.,.i ... 1 iminloal- nlll "' "" "K>n "i" *} '"> ,,,,,,, ,.._ ,hr ,,_. ,,, n,h.
.,, m, ,o S~r.r, of SUt. U, SS^JSAi '' S. S
the effe.-t that it would lie necess- helping the flshci men m tne m .v- ,(l.dil. luheriiien would out
an insurance scheme 'Inch would l><-
....."" Hi e- Tho r. nltillOD m
He felt that Hon Members ""'"' should run an liuuranog \ ^"vi-
,iii,ILi.iiW1;,.. Thi ;',;:!:;',:;;',;.';;:;;.
SB hiw n cxVInea 'sub,.-,! U ..,,. ,.,.,, bo.1. .1
1 It... ..ttival in llio island li ; '" """I" "T : '...............
MMl w. i Indian island- ul boal llnd .mp mniu of auMllw Ihcm m
.....""" ->'' '" "" -'"""- "''^Mom,.^,,.....a
Ih WAKItKN t Kt'AIlK Wll
. [. ih ,,i iii.' i napraon Btroa
i. iti ., i h nv '
.i d u roturnlng to U1
speaker t the Annual
Wi Indian Co I on whuh i
i bodot thu vc.i
Il be a ipoi lal wat or i
it rvjca thu evening to
. i quali '
share it "." .i',^'1* .. *i I a""1' "* oI ,he boBlB- lne b0"" woul,!
c of this *tuI"*d me. said Mr. Adams; ,.t hark In the sea before eminent saw It fit Io xibsidi:
"and using ihat as a beginning jT,ne he Sd alted Bah to $300,000 and he was
.ow that this legislative session is Mr' Adl,(m said ,hat lhe Gov- of the opinion thai II
under way. I appoel to members ernment intended putting the boats more profitable foi (vernmem !>
to see that any honour thai comes |wk ltl um eoa even if it meant P.v at l<-ast one half of tholwur-
lo one Barbadian, comes to us all. ihat they had to go outside for once promlunu Ol WCOl flthllig
Mi F" i rt that he ""a My defection because of material He wanted lo thank the boats
would like to add his congratula- ',",<>usy & no reflection on tho &
. t for St huder of the honour but a re- th
JooeohWDi i IthOhOO- feclion on Barbadians generally,
him He had done 1 want to thank the two hon-
rh for Barbados and for ourable memt>ers for their kind
woctti and the House for the *i
i that a glance at any of manner in which they have a
nt of Jamaica who sent commend the Oovorni
the lists ol the membership to
Which Mi p ln ?"
, irea would readily
amoum "f work he had
reaponslbUity which he
had to carry, not only for Barba-
dos, but for the West II
who suffered any loss.
.1 boat valued $300 lost it
thai daya boat which had not
-,--------------- been worked foi years That tlsh-
W.l. Honour cr.nan -a iding to the
.nour which was be- IKLLUDED in a number of proposal, half of the value free
slowed on the hon. senior mem- losses whlc.'i were reported to the nd the other half as a grant In
bcr for St. Joseph should be I ollce within ihe last few days, the case of a fisherman who had
shared, not only by Barbados, but was a Hum bcr bicycle valued hut a new fishing boal from
DiMidvnnlaue M> Allder (I) said that whethei
Crawford (C) said that he they aa*UH> to g-"
ondinng whither the de- back their boats or li'l
i SO per cent inter- boats, with the typo ol Imat thai
frea raa now bolng used bj lishermcn
grant might not have worked dis- there was still going to be do/cn
advantageously with some people ( |.Ve^ and boaU loot. Ha (oil
ihat tin* opportunlt)
OU I (li I ;it ioii
bv the West Indies for the mjt- $50 The bicycle Is the property he had not got service at all, he
vices wihich he had rendered to of Clarence Cumbcrbatch of Sll- would also be getting hall of the
the Caribbean. The hon. member vans \ illage, St. Joseph, and was value free and the other half as a
had received many congratula- taken from the house of Albertha grant.
tions. not only from all * Clarke of the same address, -So ihe hsherman who had his
in Barbados, but from outside, between 6 p.m. on Sunday and 6 boat into the sea for a long num-
and he. Mr. Goddard. wished to :t ,m n Monday ber of years will be in a far bet-
add his on behalf of the party ------- ,er nation than the man who had
H, .anted it to be known that I!.. Worth- )u^vt hti ltoai mtC u ",':-11
....; he ha I nig.-. Christ Church. reporiel g,(d HI HOO.....
sod because the honour < d"- the loo] of $50 from her baske*. M'r Crawford said Ihat it would C. H. Adams. Mr. K. L. Wolcof
.l.i.ui* fov tha bard worh whn:i while tho was at Barclays Bank. |K. u-tter toi the c.overnmeni to Mr. j k. T. Braneker, all I .
. member had p*t City, about 1I.S5 am on Hon- na^c ,ome survey mode of the Walcott. Mr. C. E. Talma. M- '
INK House of Asscnii
hich day appointed a St*
io con Ids i ropl
from tha '
to an address which /
HouM on Novombi
on Ihe subject of British West In- j
dian Fvu< i
The member-, of the '
-. Mr 1... Kin. :
VIM < IM III | ION |T
flrlM. IIU MUIIISI M4T
MADE IN U.K
i The Perfeciion ol Confection
; WALTERS PALM I0FFE[ LID PALM WORKS
I.MIIOIM I IM.
TUB n\Ksr CAR POLISH BVKH made
'Al'TOIHtll'1 t oiitiniN I-; Silicones.
ihe minimum amount rat tarj to anaurw a
Klau-hard finish unprrviiius to
IOIIIII Ml VI IIAIV
luisiiiiio. SI \ ...
I OIIIIOMt 1 Sill I IK
II kiiihiii" PdIWv iii hall the lira* with half
in' labour jusi inn it mi and wtpa II oil its
thai ai>.i tha ii<
montha with aUnpla waahlng with cold water
.i:i At lOllltlll lo.nw
IIS SO I \S1 AMI SO I.IMIII
OXM SI .tit) nil iioi ill
j" ",a' KT'"c*
I,ul>llr lift, ai"!
^d thr roponjiblntie
CLARICE IIUNTE of I ':
Gap. HincIsIiiii Road,
reported the loss
and had lo take Ihat I*P- quantity of lotninx valued 26.56 ow".c
It d,d kIK lh <***%}:. The clothe, were In her enclo.e.1 """'"
fi ."* y.rd when Uw) were Hot
, WiBMd Him Ore* i^o.^n e.30 p.m on Sur
... ity and rood luefc. fl 30 a.m on Monday
Mr X.I ""- Keplle- --------------------------
,.,,,. ,,d thai THE o*er report
1 . wanted lo thank the nonoii
Christ Church for what they
, abj thai morning, in 00-
of th< looaaa and make the
auarda on a proportionate basis
He did not think that it OOUld i>e
satisfactory with all the boat
ners if the scheme wi imple-
A k s LawH
able Alfred Drakes
rnernber f r St Iaicv and Bank Hall. He reporte.
. ,., viibr> f-r ItouK was broken an
,' i-h ,,-hf.,. what am m 10M p^^.
m mada bg
portrd that hi*
Sunday and a
< "Um" ml..l.lr
Mr. Talma (I-> said that the
iMDt'l attitude In respect
lo that Important Issue was com-
He did not agree with the Hon
I Member for St. Philip that
,i survey should be made because
he felt that a survey would cause
delay In the matter
TO REPORT ON
RULES OF HOUSE
The KOUOa Of
tod the foUowIn]
Holes of the II
Mi Speaker. Mr .1 K T
Braneker, Hi P. C
Mr. C. E Talma. Mr It '. Ua| :
Mr. E K. Walnrtt, Mr. W \
\ E S I^wis and M
7^.- i JSa
HARRISON'S H"dwore Dep'
AFTER WE \./.l.s R.VSB
YOU'LL NEED A TONIC
An v, II, ij; Nuirienl Tonir roiitnining the anti
\nui'!iiir principles of l.ivi-r romhined ilh Iron und
She Made it Herself!
-J- r STRIPED SHIRTING
"BY WfJh- " v.rd_________S1.04 8. $110
$ 1 AW'
36 -id. Per vd _____$1.09 & $118
31 ..da P., Yd _____ 97c. & $1.04
CAVE SHEPHERD & (o.. Lid.
10. II. 12 8. 13 Broad Slreel
ii fresh shipnivnl
PURINA t lions
H. Jason Jones & Co.. Ltd.
THE BAUADOS HIINDRV ITI).
BARBADOS ADVOC 1TE
1VEIIMMIM JAM \RV 9. Wit
IMIHM MMIM\ |-| III || SAi IS
(iii January. IN
un i. mi Attitui
rtN ui -t Mnii
I HEREBY GIVE NOTKTK. thai mor*
lh*n ICO paraona havim b**n no.nin..'rd
SI Pa*r of *" NNUinl mi. that a
CJai.uM> 14th I**/
i. IS* hour, of 1 am and 4 pit.
II M HIM*
fjatti*. Pnh ol St. Pat*.
> I M In
t.A* i' Auat-.i A* Da-...
i ili-n fl at ii ill
rv* sonrst.. an
lu %!- at Ih* fcwBl i
baa* art lb* VMiry ir th* Pane* ol U
Palat thai 1 hava appoint** the Pariah
Room. SpatStil.town a* Ih* ptaca whera
oil a^h anwn ma* maH on Mi>nda.
III. I pal. uatwoar. Ih* houi*
, | a rn aid a, ii. lu alacl Un Mambaia
Pail.h ,.1 SI Pt*r in ih*
Veatrv .JO* th* fHKilnl PSS*
Mil .1 Tobaae II W I
*0* arraa. i
i l M ... M .|,..'. T' l .1 l *' '
I'll :1H(*>K A
... ii ISM
(-ACS>' P*r month Apply: T o
tint***. P-i ro.|i Co. Ltd
rvNr.i; -' i
t\ (arm land* V
l.i ait t
1 S3-I 1 n
1 C O Km
room. 3 I
-ni it eanu
P t S* On
t Aialai. for MH Th'
.i i bv __.
FLUORESCENT PrTTaNOS JuM "-
| and Twin M wall. J It
..* and twin * watt It "* Iwln W
alt Ml I.p.. Dl-l IfTt DaCoela
; i KMH i i
.ant a i I M
V. '..: p
I" ri.in.Xa> w,
Lail two rti i" JSWISn and '
month* of Manh M>v. Juw. Ji*
rtBI-M or ST MNII
I h*r*\ it*. Mot*-* thai a. 13 ufnont
IV* bt*n n
""i W aarv* In llw /' i
i Si Jama* lor Iha >ar 1SU.
and at only I1) privona air nr^ulrrd by
I hold p^lt al thr Vr.ln
Room, tl Ji-Mi. Mil Mandai thr ntb
i ! ..ii ir-.i SM Ml -i-
m and 4.00 p.m.
O V TAYLOR
Candida!** M' baa,, nomlnalad ai 1
rid anopur p-rann. In irn"i II
Vaotrt Io 'na Pariah ot Si. iowh I-
|ha >aar InU and a> nl> im ara n
M P-xm ovrr iha ln^ rnaaiy na:
Vrndav. tha l*tH day
halwv n ll.r h-mra al am and 4 >
I H IIL'KANT J I'
lollrt and balh lUmli ur 1 Arrda
pTifcaj ,.| !.,n a' TT> Barb.
. n. Iha proparli of Iha lala
II A Oaith d-
Thr abova will ba oM up lot ah b
publir cAmpailtlnn at <-n nnVr Jamx
Straat. on Fridav thr 11th Jaawaaaw ISM.
i I pi" Par liipattlon appl on Ih*
Im.-tiIm- Of ' i-t->" UM S*aTI r.
n and 4pm ror lurlbar parUaulan
WOU'TLi- 'n** WAmtli m I do nei
I -.,....rtbla lot bar a. anrara
,1 daM ,r aab'a In >
I nlaaa !' a ailllrii ortl
I III I ATIOV \l
rnr um.K i
. .i.ad -*" iw-l ba ra*oilbli
i o. da*JM ronlT(*tad in SH
_ma wHKhiI a wrlllan ordar Mgnad
.1. may ba addiaaaad v
Mi- ll.lrta Kallmat
I' I'aaM T f
rnin fa-aralBry ann I
ROYAL NF.1MLRLANDS |
TVACHSIIB ol nania-i.Uf'
" art** t "'
I iha Wa>l-
i-!' t cradii
r h>ra** wamad
\ BONDS- Taa
aala at lhaHr *"
nth Januarv at 1 i> n. tha follow m<
-r.raa and I
fW ','. Barbadoa fiovammant
aa a.i. .:.. n .ri..]... I. i I In It -.1
MS Bda. Plra In.
SJ0 Wl Rum Raflnaii
Mia .! inw haia* in Tha
Baibadoa Miippind S* Tradlnt Co .
ro-rr: b eo
- loph.a AUdyna*.
.._.jl( naaanlMa, far bar o.
nsjona .ka- rantraallnS ant daS-I oi
aXu m ,i h. a -rl
aik aajjud bv mw
- anad AUIF- WILaUANS.
.,, ,.,.i.ii a cb.
v..,p.'. Ki* nodd
< O JORDAN.
hiab WOfrwd aawin.l
, v it" nrRYI- JORDAN
, M .1
mCTCU n. i
mid cmidillon, r
l~ ltri>J3IY QIVKN thai II II Iba inlan-
..i i'a Vaainaa ol tha P..h <
Sain! Gaorsa. Saint Philip. Chant
Ch-.rah. Saint John. Saint loaapn. Saint
i Thnmaa and Sain*. Jama* ol thin ISHBhl
bum to ba intrad.Trd into Iha LddJ-
ura of Ihla laland a Dill authorKn..
Iha did Vrilrlaa to livcraaaa Iha aala.
ol rach -I Iha aald ani
nal afa*dlnl TS par
K!'' ' '" I -va "-. I
lili. its I
D.i.d Ibla Tlh da of Januarv. ISM
CAJUtlNOToN aXAl V
: f.R One Ponabla
.i.i ood ronditi
i aw an Straal
M)R II s i i.....''
Roosrvui m.-- h <*i h>
fumlahad inrludlns Pnaldalra
raflabla 1-t H
I A MODERN BATH ROOM I
rvissitv nnd v.1lh an... ^
A1X-WHHE I'OnCF- .'
LAIN GEYSER warm or
hot bath is obtainable In s
mutter of minutes MORN-
INO. NOON, ot NIGHT .
Af*TtUM * "varr daacriplm
..a... China, aid J*w*H. for Sllvrr
in r.aily b.-*.. Map*. Auto.
.i.pha ate. at (lorrbida* Animua Shot
ujolriini Kofal Yacht Club
PAJUSR OP CRBJST C11W1
NOTICE TO HAIRY
nXlilrallon and Ra-Radial rail on ol
UNDER THE SILVER
rla Oonillia we -ill aril at WtUo
radio. Carvad China*. Cbaaawian and
Maho rha T.bl- Old Plaqoa*
i iiaM an"
ins Tabla. M T W...
Wara. Si | tall Po.
loaaxii.i.bla lor har --------
tract i ^ny dtbf or datrl* M ma nm
-"II-" orda-r .Idnad b* mi
J JOINT AND
May mMn kldnay troubls)
A function ol tha kidnera is to
aJirnioatc baurnlnJ impuiitids fi
lb* lyMpin. If tb* kiuMyt tT'ow
uiata and tartUe and ottrn brcotra
cantc of paua m joinit aid
m-acasi. Tha way to tackle lb*
ab*r it to help ihr kidnrr*.
abuiild b* loned op with
_. Witt'a Pilla UV inadicin*
mad* specially lor Uiu puipoae. I
1J* Witt Pdla have a aoothtn*. i
th* kidoajra that bnnja them '
bntk to perlorm then natural ,
function ptopaily. Th well-
tned oirdicinc is aold all ovrr
the world and w* have many
Wttwa fiom atiflefara tallu.g
vt icIkI gained, after year*
of anBeruig, by Ukinn De
Witt'a Pilla. Try them
oar tioohie. Go to
jour thrituit and
fat a aupply
lit' l.h' Ir.iihailamiqiic
Sailings to >outhamt>lon
Martinique and GuadalouiM-
. tlJOHKt -l*t Janu-
"COLOMBIE." 2nd March.
COLOMBIE." ISlh April.
Calling at: Trinidad. La
"COLOMBIE." I Oth January.
"COLOMBIE." toth Eeby.
"COtjOtfpTaV' 2nd April.
R. M. JONES & Co.
to HARRISON LINE
OITWARD FROM THE CMTFO KINC.IMjM
.. M/brou*h 4
10th Jan 30th Jsn.
HOMEWARD TOR TnE I'XITED KINGDOM
.liirtlon ol Mil- for aal*. and pavtmn* p".
di.rmf Surplu* Milk lor *ala. undti
D,.lrl*a RaduUllona. HMJI. mart* t* tl"
Qa-fiatal Board of Ilaallh undrr Diif'a
Arl IHI US41-17I. will Uha plaaa DAII Y
.1 Iha Sanitary ln*nart..i
ChliM Churrh. frnm WS.D*..
nar |nd ISM. l-alwaan Ih* hmn. ^.f ft .>
,.m. and >0 p m. **>l <>n Saturday*.
a/ha* Rafltrtralion. ale. will lak* pla
h*ta*w. th* hour* ol Od a
b I BSSB
II. ... |H -I I'l.nirlH-i'ii-
Pafih ol ChriM Chureh
ifdi CIIAS ** MafKEWZlT.
JAN 5th to FEB 2nd
THE SEA AROL'ND US : Rachel Carson
HIS EXCELLENCY A.lrlsn AlinRton
JENKINS EAR O. 6V W. Shepherd
LETTERS FROM AMERICA AUstsir Cooke
THE MAN WHO KILLED THE KINO Ornni* Whoalley
CHILDREN OF THE ARCIHUSIIOP Norman Lollitu
MOHNINC. JOTRNEY- Jam Hilton.
THE LONG MEMORY Howard Clewes.
HOW TO WIN FRIENDS' Dale CSTTM
HOW TO STOP WORRYING- Dale Carnegi.
LOOK YOL'NGER LIVE IX)NGER Gayelord Hauser
INTRODUCTION TO ECONOMICS Cairn Crou.
Already I .mri*d
DIARIES HASILDON HOND WRITING TAPER.
ADDRESS HOOKS & SHOPPING LISTS
< AltDS FOB ALL OCCASIONS
OrsVr Fahrooiini Tlllea from the
'. Bbi bs
WEDNESDAY, JWTARV ft. iv,j
I' M.I ~l VI N
BY CARL ANDERSON
(I MEAt PCPuE V.hi?PPin
V. ON CUR BACK .
qagwooo WAKI UP/
THE LONE RANGER
BY CHIC YOUNG
( ;. v ^--i LS FW him )
BY FRANK STRIKER
. GLOSS FINISH
THE VERY BEST IN PAINT
DIM \l Will I XT ALL II MMM.
iimnn aiii moiiis
In 24 Hours
-IM (o quickly M *
-i- a .mi- fc|
'i lid Btl 'i.mi.f) .
r. .n In OMD la) I Intuil ml* i|i
plaaaant. -n-l,. I.( tat
! awkf wllh |lan.1 oprr
I" M bonta. y*t II ! attnoi i
Tt llUt II l>
if comukt* aalt-f.i
naha you r< I full of iirour itn.i
> -. " m>u mar* It ctur- n
lllHm Maaaaaa1 ana* Vitality
.-*',--'-*.-*-'-'-*. v. -. -'.'-' ;
BY FRANK ROBBINS
BRINGING UP FATHEh
BY GEORGE MC. MANUS
IT PAYS YOU TO DEAL HERE
SPECIAL offers fo all Cash and Credif Customers for Monday to Wednesday only
Al'M'IAI. OFFL'IIS arc nim iivnilublr < our llranrhr* TttrrdftioV.
Vpri||lilsla> n nnd Sunn Si i <
dually NOW Usually
Pkgs. WAFER CORN FLAKES .30
TINS OVALTINE (large) 1.24
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Pkgs. P. FREAN BISCUITS
POTATOES (6 lbs.)
Fresh Beets & Carrots 36 per lb.
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