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PAGE TWO BARBADOS ADVOf \TR TIII:RSI>AY. JAN1 \I:V it, i:,2 H I I ... IVvwiafeke d ft.narsl Hit from 8lh !.. '4th FebruFor Colonial Office THI !" S K I M i, i .1 ran* %  %  %  %  April, 15U. Canadian Senator S : IMBER1 of CMlMl %  > I .ccompanied by hi.* wile and daughter Loss Bsra In bran morning by l" i A to spend apin> wemb w of Parliament %  %  > t'.ti • was for nan) fun .1 c HUM" '"i".' t., -t.i IWrtnlo Qiao* BOH UM OUb. -nal Mall. Not on Board T wo of OerauVa/s i Canada %  I visit lo Barbewiule Dit-y are noil %  I IBM. IC iribbean ( aiaatta mas but he was not or. i • Qnhib Calling M Mr One of the Ten rROMAI B DAVIS Eighth Visit M i; A I v.y>: ( %  i %  New d by Mrs.. :. tha ('•rwnia OB Ha told Carib thai it waa bat i %  ( •ronla and his IKili cnuM for GO days or longer. I eighth tiip til Bajfbadoi whara ha was always happy to i< spend an houi M taro with 'he natives whom he had always I peaceful Friends A the paaaani %  %  < araala which called hare i Ihc Rt, ii t M II d I Savryei i %  i i Kin Pannsylvanla. He was ... Bishop Sawyci arho ctaa visited evera last hero In IMS. Back to Trinidad M R. L. CLYDE COZIER who bean ajiaudlaa tha itldays with Ms tn Trinidad "i> morning bj B.W.I A. i IED I novel I.-lib training College Graduate M F( ALFRKIi | BOl of Mr. and M | I Car l bbaafl rralnlnj ( oik %  %  • and Publiabu Me will art) thai . Ief.el.ei Barbados cart; in isu wTli also be fan • baraa of the musk In the a>angaUetk %  Mr was lUM a member of the Cofnbarmere a> bool 01* ciui. • ittandad iwfore gDlng lO f'l lliid.id. Me spent live years at the Caribbean Training C o lla ge stances, Trinidad, and graduated in December 1951 as a Technical Course C l UM Barbados Starr of | i Wireless (West Indli ii recently sal an Examination with .. view to qualifying fur a course III the leohnlcel Haa >f the ComSI c i.. 'Sunny" Oilkes and N. W Smith i oUi produced %  art of very credrul have boon for tha 1852 course. ii Is hot win SJ it I.N CulumMr HI April and are Ukabj tn uaway tron I for about tWOni) months. Tile Ural part ol their tunning will be given IB London, i>ut for the i' UOB HIIV a ill gD to Iha Company*. Real k ntk i Braool .II Cornwall. BM tan .,. on the l( M s < aronla. kl that she had UK WI but this %  %  led around i %  ..nd had made six the t sreaaa aa m ihe I Auton.obile Bible P \SMM. through Barbados yckterday on the It MS -ranla was Mrs. George r. Slocum. President and the Bible tl0 Industry. id that UM lutrsmouve .... pubtlcaUon with 4 4b)KK) which is ,,,„,,.,., \f,.,uving flight between Van-.penning two months' holiday i.> couver and Seattle. A year latl BarbadkM hfe arrived hara over the he Hew "he first T.CA. "plane in l from St. Lucia and has regul.it inr mail service between s VtBCanl since he Winnipeg and Vancouver. In 1940 ktfl BHUah Guiana. ho *•* mawn ...... w AUantlc OperaUo.. Uurmg his holiday here he is McGregor *as oparatlonaj )urts%  tajrng at a house in Worthing diction over all of TCA's View. ovaneai T ateei which extend to Engaged 'he United K Bermuda T illanga—leal is announced *" ld lo 'he Caribbean area in London of Mr. F. G. i Smith, second son of Mr. C 0. Smith. Headmaster of S'. •.:. %  S-i.,-.| St. Andrru to Mlas Lois E. DOUglaa, Orde daughter of the late Dr. R. Douglas and Mm. M. Douglas of Kingston. In has just passed hi liar Finals and will be called t the Bar on February 5. 1952. Mis Douglas is n Medical student a Aberdeen University. Scotland. Photographer S EEM taking .• number of pic< i at the Bagitage Warehouse yesterday was Mr. C. G. i \i-su ell (iilh lal IViotographer -.f the H.MS Carasua A native of Gloucestershire, he was foniii'iiv i f'-...iiii.ptaotoitrapher umki-.t for a number of papers in Sussex for the past ii before rintng the Coronla about a month ago. Hollywood RoundHOLLYWOOD. Jan. 8. %  ii chiefs • hind the scenes bat-It %  interests to brtnj ( rely into %  %  have won ilia far. With the exception *.f major l>oxing events televi'a rcurt to select %  vie theatres all othei or atti actions have been sent llMIlk rooms eountrvwi.le d R eks. Theatre bosse s are yet to lau .i ins-scale determined bid 'lese attractions away f Cl annels Of tcl.-. < %  rnt instance is the annual Ros< Bowl Football classic held at Pas. miens. Los Angeles suburbs. A %  .Mich was t. be televised across the Uniteo Stjtes by the National Broadtporallon. was ered by theatre interests withi i fight. Not since Loc i:roup, has New York I tele Sugar Ray Rohi Itandolph Turpin middlewemh'. championship bout, has any the:t-1 tre group lieen able exclusive!' to telecast such an event ni vfj ual consumption of cinema pat-, rons. FURNISH \<>\\ sad sv\ E ',-,*,•--.--.',-,',',-.--'.--'.*---'.'-'---' Rt member to send y friend* Overseas a Copy of the BARBADOS ANNUAL REVIEW COPY ^ At Advocate Stationery. Rohrrt* SUtton"* *" I u.aUierhead'. Drac Store %  scjpped television mogul. Ratee with cxciudv. lashion News lor Men Onh Work Ay . %  hni ir setrlei many probIncidental Intelligence i, INCOLN'S Gettysburg address I L< contained 266 words. The i %  words. The DeclaraUon of Indeialne about i.9ot) words. But the office of Price u ordai Bxkng prices for cabbages contains 26,911 word.Irthttr Miller. Nrbraake -L.E.S. CROSSWORD B\ THE WAY By Beachcomber A MAN sat at table talking with his mouth till bar, by the fire, who could DOI iintiria] ad i AI.IJ of what his son was aaylng, cried out agO, when VOU ware nine, I began to correct tali evil halnl Of rOUn Sumthen I bin corutantl grossness of talking with the mouth full My reproofs have had the table, %  til] munohing. made in unintelligible sound. "Swallow M)in fi--t II ipeah!" father, "You i ant tmkam this f0Od, M interjected an aunl It | Ufca furniture' The oM BUU looked at her in ainazement. "What an uttai ly lion." he said. N ow tin, man si %  was wearing his s back t" fi'Bit and bis Ii -i, i tcoal hung limply d I a comic breastplate, and it was not buetoued behind The waurtiMund the ankles There 0*1 bunching round tha then, as Uie trousers n>>t nap rower, they ware pulled Ughtar, The tuin-up. tinbones >f aha knee E could be pulled BO IKIUT wlthoul bursting the Bo above the • eater had only his lOOee-hanginj shirt lo keep blrn warm Tnla, %  la fathar noucad ith %  TITO,' rrora on. The ow fathei %  ngrtly. The %  mouth always full. sat back and wiped hll mouth being noe ^t^>p|H•^^ lalUng The old n the aunt went Up lo bi he heard the doors id the UHI % %  l!1 % %  •' %  %  %  with a knowing smile. pfjTnls trousers on the right way up and adjusted bis waistcoat Then h> !>> % %  ararrl up lo his berjro m Next morning, the old father wai down ei.ri.v b have a word wWh his son. before the started again. But he arai too kite The son's mouth was already full, and he eras wearing his hat strapped to his chest, and hi. overcoat was tied round his neck. W HEN ;he aunt, now 6L. eame %  %  sung ui ust have bean year old when you firs; h With Ins mouth full. I suppose he's too old to BOU i hara was no reply, M AN Bites Lion," said the Headline. ar;.| | i, .„| no further. Mishing to keep mv illusions.. My psychological bureau tells me that this might happen If a man, lastly connecting h^ns with Wtlag, K'>> the thins the wrong way rourfcL and im lnBP au ..t bains braon 1 am nferred, bj Prof. %  . Mu.i.i... hjeun, of Uppsala, to the case of I i i loitnoi "ith a split i faoh was to put nouth. One day I,, put the Uon's bead to ins Ii ..( It as would til eomfnrt.iblv The IMMSI was MI abounded thai it slowlv Withdrew Its bead nnd stared at In amtsarraaaad I if nly iiwr* of I primr N in, t uu > ebOUt the doping to naka them go Taster i. tody tampered with Emilia Ru I i champasjna bafori i '.< %  %  ilng Sold.tin U 11 ; diva sanj and Bang, Nobodj else :<'t | Chance. Iloun.itu; ebOUt the stage like ., bewitched boulder, -I" ii arias fiom a do/en operas. The OUMH slngars left the tra i topped plaj %  proteel from the wings but -till that mound of melodj conUnuad to assault the welkin Finallv she fell. %  rutiarted. Into the orcheetre pit and -.ok into ee| with one tag .oiled round an oboe. The police were anxious to queation two waasle-faoad men In arena n and i .>(>who wen seen, near Ritu;,i room earlier in the evening. Thv sjsWfM / 1'jtffn f t-umiT !!l tailure of on cxi-im,.,.. with a machine designed to ''il eight eggs simultaneously shows up the limil.r MHHtoO By now there ought to be egg-boiling machines the size %  if prrrret stations, capable of mass-boiling millions of eggs The boiled eggs should be coming off the conveyor-belt* like hot cakes. mil from .MI, boUing-cantre l"i lies in U-lt.r still, air. i.ift should ! %  rushing the cooked [ roduct to vast storage houses lere the boiled eggs should In frozen and chemically treated, to %  watl export III akajaafguj F ROM complaints about the content* of theatre proI gather that the space anrad for information about the play is being swallowed b] n n levant iidv. rUsements Tl %  part of the programme I alwavs like I* where it says: Tin cigarSite lit by Miss Loona Moon in -let It is supplied by Toffle nnd Hauihau: Mr. Arthur CVfVrnfl's lintr-oil conies from Mgiaon Sinar•ui Prom that it .should not be much of a jump to Afuj G|;dio (/reaa^sape cleans her -refh nun Niilbbo. Mr. Charles .S'nadcoinbc ju-car* by Mobblefoti's Sel/-Ctip —'—^" 1 I r^ + %  • 1 1 %  in. 'VI In i pa ntins <"i BHN : i... %  %  %  l %  | i X HI mirvw-llk* In Ulc rtnf. iS in 'ttual HI il Noiicul i t* Rupert and the Pine Ogre — 7 %  sW IV] • orusen • ,t Ii mn HI >> IS. With %  'net • o'r* ii na^ eanuaad i* 1 j| nr*; HI mellow ri.ndlllufl. <3; loeraaaed •a* H. ldi la •uppy nanam. til 15. Out w lo deoena. iSl uaara I. risurea or ijMtn trom mr aound. <&i t. A tTiiionmrnl Krtp il ft. H:> paliitiiis" imliiw wuod. |l" With which vmi mav remn'porejp ill .. ,. L S. !< %  Id ~i w l coia. IB" V, Condnieriidlns " *>* • %  HI" alter a lo'm start fTI \D nowi Ti'iain inauUti %  1 l. A lest on thl orovea u> o. esenwue lo <4i "JO. Otten cost arfori | rns Bmrhcomber OBI ...i.i |. Ton. is % %  •I%  i d i £E~-\r \L t i %  Although there seems no doubt that certain of the characteristics which have been Bttritsufad to Edwardiaimm in men's clothe will continue to inlluence styling %  the time being, a recent exhibition by a group of West End tailors *n London gave an Indie % %  f testuon troops to come. Isouble-breasted. worsted, suits If Instance, showed signs of squaring-up in the jacket-, giving UMDI I %  miliUry look", based on the outline of the OfBcai I'.nic. la the fad thai the t: %  -n .:i.. .. |B tie : re istad | rment. some f .. Olsd the formal "clOBQdT look. OBD \-' conveye.1 in the m. ht(!h fastening, double Jacket. Shoulder and chest an apuara and fairlv bold UM In to hip '" The ain to produc a big, Imposing, character in th ""'. vet edthout auggaratini tiodvhne features. Thie is 'mm thi ifl inverted BO I %  If-' 1 rial Howo > % %  shntild'"-s ,T"'I !-!>'-• • . o or thre ven nno AnH '.- %  %  I that GLOBE TO-DAY ISO T.M. \ SHOW IOK Tilt KlllS "Mil 114.1111 IIS STAN LAUREL and OLIVER HARDY KIDS—I'll 5c —lla.se lie.—Rsleaay IS>.—ASulU %  >., IZr.. llr v* O v* To-day Last •. Shnus. 4.30 d> 8.IS 21 S ibile Action Double — TO-DAY 5 Jk S.30 I'M LAST SHOWS lth*0lfH Musical "MR. isillltllisi EZ/.IO IMNZA — LANA TURNER oil MM. |(i MOKROH %  A H 10 I' M CstPV WILLIAM ELLIOTT — FORHEST TUCKF.R \n. ihcr TMt NUKKlM. BOLT of BOOE1 s rimiLLs: Eniftmg ihc pm*-i | :b*r\ of tint" h* thuiki %  i Whj i ; Oin liter doesn't I %  >h I lud somebody TP |UM then h* hcjn inn wund. Hullo." t*' Thr' SB i*rr BFKdt %  I ri %  -..-., iowsrd land but ii bra csn ... Plain Crepes Pink. Blue. Green. Lemon. White 36' $1.16 per yd. Blue. Mauve. Green. While 36" 98c. Lemon. Peach. Pink. Rose. Turquoise. White 36 91c """ wv-. Old., lit T. R. EVANS & WHIT FIELDS YOUR SHOE STORES Dial 4220 Dial 4606 IN "THE LAST BANDIT" AND "UNMASKED" With KOHEItT HOCKWELL IV M PIC • Ip-itlnc To-morrow. ..30 It K.O. Double — VICTOR MATURE m •EASY LIVING" AND ARMORED CAR ROBBERY" With CHARLES McCRAW II tl \ V IwpubU l-lt — BOCU 3. DALIUM ti. Tops—SI.35 per pr pled b> BAT \ Mini -IIIKI PheeM 47BS. SHIRTS .. Printed Sports — SZ.4S Jitterbug Silk — $3Ji l-hiii. Colour, — S2.K



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TtllRSU.W, JANUAB1 1". KM BAKBADOS ADVUCATI'. riot THKI.I: $10,000 For Fishing Boat Engines Moilvtnising Tltv Industry .( %  a from the Junior Member for Ihc City. M A E. S. I-ewis, and the Senior Member (Of Christ i C E. Talma, when the House were debating a Resolution for $10,000 to add to loans for the rehabilitation i t the Fishing Industry on Tussday, draw trow UM I i.inuik, that, "Man %  <• upporl tinCkwenunenl should take the iri.uhlc to I,mi out whether Government has -i pottt trtleular thing and not suggest that than policy." and, "I ha? ret] to eaten %  The Resolution was eventually gest that this committee shoul 1 paaOSd. The S1U.0OO is. to enable be %  -ludc about six three boat own* %  %  n BshentMO from the i their boats. din> rent gaJung villages. The Addendum to the lUsolo%  three can come from Christ dew of 'h.> Church, ens from Silver gentlr. net .i r. i locn ., ing UM on, proSi l_.rcnce. iiused to increase by $10,000 UM Mr. A. E. %, l.ewt(L> paid • %  .i thai M would suggest that if thby iti' Plsherfcw AdvisorscomHOBouraba nggesti"" ;p there BfeOUl lansssd number nf fashing fisherman from ttM roat ... i. %  i"i tun t ,.|Ml .ll-lm u Mwillt) Prepared Speeches, the request that might be e\rron •• certain qua Adams referred to speeches ot going to be S10.000 It seemwime ml had Spoken th;! %  man who could invest ow >n the previous Resolution to help $10,000 was He asM that lh< later tl %  cans in with Committal • %  k sad lei 11. %  %  tier what G • rnmenl % % % %  ollcy on which tl they just went on with tneir going u> make these loam," he tfendlni H .cas for a some people.* 1 Are you encouragloan not exceeding M who have %  pi of the vahie of tho boats. of mone) te pel oul Ostui TI.I \ %  ad i' % % %  i I %  it ihos t ad pi nreveul aah areai going '" %  srinen? Mr I I Vllllrr (LI had to be proe and thej *houid look tor Inltnt helping the flaTas bettei I [H MM rtton wei whethe boats. not Ihe typo of craft being suit What would you do if—? OM lh. it'ould von — li Oa M late lax ssrkv Mti .nil, MLII .in %  ill It) I.Tt i% %  •.._)> I hr.l nth .it I.. .Lik .. .>,, ,ik mlus ream .< I iBsass lbs liinlioo In voar r*>tri %  ppo >uii dm f nor .1 if pOt | A| IHr|ilw*tr .ill eases hss*.. all. inquif .i hr ..i QUf-St. CN 3 QUlSI.Ofi QUESTION I%I atae <• i .,i... | H i ..... i II i* a el .n :i .ir rinh %  i n..ii,iii{ %  ||l.lflM' J \,. ,1 £• i'll "• h*\r hr.ll aaUl i — i> tit.hl%  %  H g> rn i .it... %  %  i %  tnng uavo in % % % %  InaustJ %  i itune, he .>. II | %  > 'pun CM ire i^ se i shouid %  .,ri>; %  mertoy lb act iiuir BUteaiall cneapcr. 1 Mr. Taleaa ID s.od mat when .. that the three to profit, Qovernanent should utal Dovenunenl heel "investigatui In the same W*j U %  I %  • ;( lt'iw am KISI,,,%  "" u.s. Has $2... To S,M..I 'tS";:;'""' On Libyan Nation Expand H ing* ll> MK IIAll J. (INKII.I. WASHINGTON TinUnlMd Sut will tpad mor. than B.OOO.OKI on the uncertain futura "I lha worid nawaal an nation It is Libya, the one time Roman Provinc*, Mia 1;i of barbarv pnatcs, and former Italia,) i-olonj 1" the denert battle, ot Word War II Tlmv On Onl' Talks IIHIO .liin.i ellminan ** %  """ ul i""i"" 1 int: in Dsh, i.ut who dM not I Mr. Miller (L> said that tho a a good N lh Aim an band of ^overly. attOeat, and ignorance it has a populauon I (i-uHiio mosUj Arabs. On rhn-lmM %  < %  UM tir't nation born under IBM nasata) in,, i ive ever bejun J ; U i life with araver handicaps. Some rtl|1 ,,., v ,. ^.^ exi^rU here doubted that even the ,, y pt im ,,„ WBBh lii4tlori I-. '""' Jhe t s. LMtaln si) \ n., , ,.,. .. France, could make a mrcefuful (hlnn Juin %  i moi" in, I of neither Britain in the Ai n\. y 11th. %  Some hshermen had seen by gSS t Sd would ... %  . pe of boaU Mr. O. T. Alldkr III said tli.il ana ha aetsinnaant people were alway* •erambUna on %  i .eaches for hah whei %  ",. %  % %  >, ,..,,,,,. %  latins helping Ihem. Tl [ %  ""d --p-id to .are nniv too Kia"' %  e..uid no' Tht ,^ sannj T to go and mat than $MOI'IO ror l% ''* jas easy for them to to irv the new type c.f txiat. the extension of the Ashing Indus*.",""' l r ;,l "' l ,hl1 "">' Ul '' '< %  ' '• % %  Thensre Ihrea penoi ho try. done, i 10 cause tt sponsored Llbys I %  : '-" Hrtlaln and rrarnv for historical .e are ask inn U '""I ""ding fishing and .strategic reason*, ami the U B this sio.niHi to help i '•• herroen Because It ha embarked on a pelBlno 1 heard tl 'herI iw Applied y of helping improve baekw A as another Bsherman who Btlaal Replying, Mi (Uams said thai i ip with i i uiul ir request lie mi i Id, by we! sd noQovenuneni and i ,>r sntli Ipi ling om i .ut .i policy or not. ErVT 22 Srl r'"' ^•.Se p h lSd!*!l5 J£. tt 3 .Mr. .. l> Mnui*-> it.) ield %  10 ki vVASUlMiloN. Jjn ; llo.l S Vnndelibe ti %  < Bteies An ciiief o stair, exprei sod conadi %  i | anotlv '* : %  Var, b> \ %  | %  %  Ltsh the prudenl oleifolopeaeni ir military strength—a sUeng,' well wiiinii out national capadt) He said ib.it US unlit... b.iuiu ael schlevs world wtd in the air, da %  •r awn A,-, and reaourci •. the Bows rating t" the sflort %  tb.il li.i .tj wnikiii the irnnwdl I i tun r P. HORNIMAN'S TEA fj if ib.,. !i. t In. imi'-tiGJi.„" went ciut and had did not leave %  i Bah f deirtl eording to %  %  %  i'.|. i got roi Mr i; 'l.i.i • l.i %  hllll He %  : 1 wanted la % %  hen the Bddenduni ed nun Mr W. A. f'rawforri • that ihes vert faced In the H For o numb %  U anal lances and wo hi to '.. %  %  l.lt is a i headed by King Idrls. i. be.id of Ihe S i most '{,.'„„" t By s. n, PMIS^I powerful ni ROMI Ian, [ ng loll on Ihe it-Han sl,lrr ,l "" ""' hifi %  aollUcal froi i in Ineyitabla si d u .ill p I .-%  %  i v 1.1, thwork. K. rwel Buirnl i i ilki %  O.I i „ [jfftJnS of tho ,rom "* p"'"'' I prim ntry g to the poUj (, v ItlVO pe..|,i IFWS MrMfiNSTRaVTE Ihelr twleo postponed "oeol ad'-'• JrAtN^TW(ViM\U\ %  live sleetlona. 'he niE Thre* .-:ii % %  .' AviAlriol W. (ir.rtlTiArv r rha Communists are hard ' 10.000.000 in 19S2 to finance laWJSAI EM the South. Hut the eti -r UbyaVi Government i provide iiund eIM political q i technjelai nt, ihiouah polio i %  .it b en the C nv .m to inalu* a atari I i ng i md hurled tea mum oa h well :h nomic and educat.m .1 ilnndarri 1 %  v '1 % %  "t ..... *, 'si 1 will do in ho lt.ili.ins t.ranl Briiat. srtdcti bberated, and .dnum. 1 — #£ "?* State 1961 • i results In *lmb botl ' 1 Bnd c 2* n . *L '".. Commu""-'" battlei <.i wrid w urning ovei KOOOJ100 to the OovComm %  i * %  % %  %  i % %  I I ClalletS lost numerous important ha gfeed to underwt.-1951 balloting. OeflCltS tnirear But returns also indicated thai France. *.hich liberated and ocing Christian Demmratic cupied the State of F-. Party %  UsTarOd BOnW toaa of popglVtai Government $90941 ppoii not to benefit ut t ' rnunlsta, bul to Ihe Liberals and British funds will he for u>.e band tie The pr.neuii. pi .,„, „,,. £ | the new Government. •"•-—%  I ol Th „„ _,.., „-„,. tl M0 000 lumuch monc) in the General r-sti„„.i. ,,,,,„.,,„„, r ntr*. ; .. rtirme U.K. will sena SI.JUU.UUU n< cation : -.tl Of the > |vi Con %  %  • "lei u %  i : .1 if M %  %  %  %  %  %  IM nwlon .ii I rriii'luiian W Hills Move IvtoaWiy l<> i ii-iii GatvUsta PARIS, Jan H %  Benaun, Patsij Ds Sport f.e worki 1 Kid Oavl %  praties amuld r %  I lal UM lieoebioaii liven im percentage of ihe .i i Hi 1 %  %  i f .1 the tight. March 20. .-. %  .v MI Madison poop* %  give Humes sa bigs percentage riored uenaim said A Aghl organised 099 ueopli %  I'-ii n. -i %  r iii mi: in a lot ot B Ifer I Humes %  %  -. I ml tin f .ilthoiigb 'ill iliMUK'ing ,i possible greemenl with Lew Bui Ion v id* %  i %  i Ither fin tin | Y'.tl. Bl iv time but en BANDY AMERICAN TOOLS You should New i Hotel uilhotil . sot KIT si is OPEN END SPANNERS BOX and OPEN i Mi SP w.i.lts SIM KI.IS Iron, -| in I TOBQITE WRENCHES — lt\T( III T II VNDLI S I XII NSIONS SIM 1 |) lilt M I s WALDI N Wltl M Ills St KI U IHII\ I US— i I. I" And I.AKI.I Sit TION IOOI S %  Maaa cooimittae WTM thai Ihrei peoi *•! their boats and Government could these bo.. knd helu thetn and Wdttn i,„. .ible cold storwe f acUHtes w,,. ,„„, ,„„,..,, of hlJ| „. not be enough to accommodate hfrtd m |0 wno shoul(1 ,„ the catch ;i o.l ; great deal |1( kpi lim nl I •'I think we %houl,i co.isldet the liI( a dv m of the iimounl nf cold %  tonga available i Of extens Her, Ourlon had >'i I %  i the i nedinte future. Mr. O I' Talma (LI Wrsttbei Se .vm, on reflection could .... the eatabluhed principle of ,„.„„ ,„.,, (f U) h ((1 M %  %  %  • ring to the principle involved m ou ,„ mmkr moiirv oul of the the addendum Was the assist, t n j nit n dustrv and who might sing given m hot owner; sut;(J i ant hohermi who might employ hshcrii:.v money?' he .. I ishermeii on Committee They had the Fishing Bill to • He said that there should DS SB pre*, lous year and %  ilsherman ion of the Fishing Advisorv v .-. ,U',ned ^s MM WOO m.itlc InCommltlee whereby SStperi sne living from fishing, rxperlanced fishermen would bo Mr. Talma (L) had (sts included us members. Thai comonly askHe had „r e .t.iiio be afforded to be used p^ and [ ••.. •"•'* "' economic and mdustr Law, under 'urveys, and to provide lechmeia which the Christian Democreu '".** %  *• allied thamae l v ea with the right The US. will and RepubUeaa ""> her Point Fuur technical am Thug, • .,... %  %  .>n.l l-rar 9900.WM> of nisis and left-wing Socialist, Hie cost of the l VN Pragl polled as many or even more U.S. funds will be spent undei B 1941, ., .el:* iiance < %  steal them The theory behind the Pot ll ir• the South, the iitaiatlQii tor Prrsffreraine ng nations are bulwsrs aggraeeted by the tad thet rlgl Communism. and Conservailveii Parties u no'her reason f d to Lib; irad.ti.-u.ll, itrong -here iUiiu v IIW ^ Egy|rt pend 11,199 %  I'lelni, mils. Derno. rtrat %  -. nh w*^t Oerraany i r Wrorkers Sv\ lj|i SlrSkr (uMiiiilillrr (tin iGO %  i in He Unmn % %  up I I ash %  %  %  %  Ai'i in %  %  %  %  % %  %  %  ffer madi %  mitiee. constituted as it was, not"stated that there had been any This j n n 1B Admirable as the Reulutlon Krvcr, DndlCt Ut MOnai^tt ". !" S*^31,**!,,"Sffif h£ monopoly. With .the.paaUng of and Ihc. M S I. win j ^tron,,1^',", ,h lt^ turli'n ".. —ll.r. war.— vr. I .'.shlng bul who did ni' AOmiraDitas me nesoiuuoi. MTI-VC. umwn o.-i %  .— ,„-;-,}„ "„i;ri.lp lr' strlkM be., lhelementary • monopoly With Ihe pacing of and Ihc MSI. wHI prove itrong|K.ml for poMlble air rU m The If-solution. he firmly believed eat in boulnorii Dalloting.. "Thai being so' he said. "I *uglhal I aid approach Every spoonful gives you more and more energy and fitness! •Vr• £-i'f ipeonfial o* • Ktpter gi.t, ou %  rkh (iVplfi of viumini A srd D • Th-st.-r-mtot >r. .uiurt'iwonderworaan ..Will rteSk* -inl Irttdon. from iilnau. • Mtn. women, (ruldrtnall ihould itart HkiH| tail, %  K*pi*r' (D-tfdV KEPLER COD LIVES OH WITH MAO (XTRACT ''_v_".', ''' F H •'"' EI icon i %  co roo.''' ~* %  BM -'-Ifi'i'l . Ca a l-a'lr4.MS-aja4 tCM* WHITE HORSE Scotch Whisky The purpose of signs '* to ,f without words. This white horse svmnolisevV.itih al its \cr\ lincst; whinky distilled, Mended and matured hy taseaiaMp in the traditional ways thai the>. and Ogslj they, know 90 l*BgL SmU iHfU.h,.,,', lltWK ll MIMMHUM. Ill) Give yourself strength with da. 7 BOVRIL Coup...!. %  hraf \s ua I,I'heajiW, :.r. %  When there i %  10b to be done or s game 10 be plsycd—a cup ol Bovril n the very best ut drinks. It* rich beefy tlavour sends a welcome glow through you ; Its beefy goodness puti new lite into fag. 'there** nothing like Boeifl H build you up and ivtaifl >"0U. BOVRIL HEALTH IN EVERY BOTTLE II Mill M0OS 1U-1H* COTTON FACTORY E.TB



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I'M.I inn: IllKIIUMIs M.MK \TI Tiunsnw .1 \M \KV HI i-,.' lURinnosSaiAmocATF r. 1 t -1 mM it. BlfU- Thlir.il:.. Jiinii:.r> It, l3l The JIVn Who Flee I rom Stalin's Army i.. €. II. AMI W. ; Welfare i bit the to adviee tl ,-.i prob1 fur the %  I In July 1940 bul did not ;irn\'m Barbados Until o;iriv in during a expert %  Uniting Compti %  tan "I S1.I1C '"ill: : %  (rant ot undei the Colonial Developmi I i Act. Sir I .. M to the W< . ,i Indies had begun to reel the effect o( the earlier movements which bad been rrrowing dur. period when Sir John M Hubert Ran. %  I ptrollen ointment In April I860 followed a In Barbadoi In Noven %  ii-isii Caribbean terrltoriei met together to bold an inquiry I Indian pr o gr ess at I i ptraO n At that time ware wu* ; %  wiy keen ;.nuBrlUab %  trttTf*^ In the area. The ment hu now largely ited and %  s only sedulously funned by thoea who admire Hussiun imperialism and who denounce Qrsjri Britain*! mtitakei In Ihe thai their own unsavoury i It would lainvidious to iuggett that the healthii i now eqdatii between I u luin and the Weal indies wen %  hi"Ainbieeadorihtn" <>t Sir elaUona have Improved io ottos at Comptroller. .-„! Qaorge waa en Aaelettnl Undei State at the Colonial Office bet h e accepted bii pre i ot Con : Bi lUah Co Ch oj the Caribbean Comnuaaion Hii pros eoca ban %  %  tormy meeting! with iii^ elajaaly'i Seen Trade al Haatii reeponsible tor much pou rin g ol oil on i paten and %  ( even reglona] eon%  i ,.,i ,1,1,. .i twenty monthi he has diapiayed not only a grasp ol Indian ("inn MI view but %  read what luppori the West Indies i rnet I (rom the United Kin In %  The West Indlee have even leason lo %  .in! to Sir George Seel 1 :i route to U* %  back would hava bean ., snhj. i n though there bad i eon DO change ol Government In the United Kingdom tinea bis appointment The year 1053 might wall prove to be that "annui mirabUla" that wai looeelj appuad %  li-ast evei v leasMii I.ii . %  | the Weal Indies will decide ODCC and for ail wh. tend to led. i.iie or not Thej will do tins perhapi not because thai am interested In federation (there can be few sul Inch thev haw ihown lam Interest) bul bacause the conItttUtiona] relationship now existing ben the United Kingdom and the West indies makee tuch %  dadalon Urtpai The United Kingdom must be told by the Wait Iru&ee whether the-y intend to join togathn .md prepare the way for becoming i new Dominion or whether they have u. suggest. The wort begun by me Development and D LM1 was direct consequence ol the ra| v. eat Indian B don in 1930 \\ | at in motion Own haw lllng until the whole British tir with a peaceful n". .. V.i | : fur'.' the West Indian pOOplM ran sul from or add to the acbiovament What car%  pre* .-i,i %  NationSir 0 %  d the future ol the and Welfam on how lla %  red by the West Indian pt %  %  it ii' -, %  ... %  %  %  %  %  %  : %  %  %  %  1 A Document i 111 hi. .".%  %  .' %  think he %  %  %  %  i i ..leu that %  %  of the s i Soviet authori now i HI i can AWAI Hi.illMV j" uunU .1 MMKril Ihjt -..IIIIN trem ptdlciar* i II.IIII in INK alt-krumIIIK Far rwmple !— I ill* H UN -i n o* Ihe i iiHiiitim-i lal H i P il ease* mis-ar jtnil' i u.-jiii ("aarti i MI v f JII Hum Uidoi who aa Urn avari 'I ii-* a '• lildd-l ln*r tilth Mil I Q ih. Ill \\ \-> -L Hoard ilmr III Kaliningrad dormrrl. K nL-.ber I u> I i-t rtul. HMIN ih. CO—I—II liillllll Ii. I tlirnHii out at UM part Mid MM h-rk Ii ul niothrr Ku-.U. h "l ht. (.rrmin ctrt Ir 1 %  up MIU> thptprt lr.. .•mi %  !•)! M k il II I I w mil II Id Hi il till. (WfM l' i %  fMttli Miiria WMMIH so in. dir.il >r .r Ihmine MUI iiRMBIM Mceet |. In %  i I-. T ordered him lu trpnri for m %  li i ill ir mini : nur-r tot liiirmrli. HI 1 Ihe r\ i tmimKs ir de%  nit il UMl Hit* n ii irmplini! fortune too far IIiiil his ....... I > .;, i friend nude for the IroiiUar, 4iid feo dint Uier he Mo trlllnr hi. -|..r. t Ilniuli .Hili.iril!,, .. upyina civilian pep ^"taSTViSMv-i THIS MAN MADE STALIN CHANGE 'NO'TO'YES' hr Seftoo Delmer AHEN tfa Qa pnndina> wen i. ,iM|xisnii; Amartean caracr-diplomai George Frost Kannan M the aaw U.S. am nassauor lur Moscow the men ol the Krem iin were horrified. The> turned him down Itet Vet Mr. Truman, announcing i-)intmenl on Boxing Day, .ud the Rumlaru %  %  %  Ruulaiu n Soviet Army mfar, and trtnm hotel* ••• b) RuMMlW. in barben arc no Iwnin ihavei or. %  to Soviet aoM %  %  mm 11 %  %  .. rman piacea or a-riuienicnt. Thai %  i rman pna. th.if aiu 'ixh luaea, end than at bpeM iMMt<- Sl:ilioiii*i*> iitr lle-sl llook* ill TOM II — And il band bafoee the poltUeal wmihl : bei > %  II. PoUtbu %  HK bains %  ii.i*t dii rid of thi i rabta ml "f < %  < <>s par Cent %  ,ivc lm B< vlet Union liven %  BrlUih iirthortttei %  NiT-.i'*' % %  of Ihe ... r tn of I %  i\. up iii the %  ore "t %  mu %  HI randi rad to the I i \nwrlv %  The Inf I n i„' %  iviim to the vkill"! qui ailed up %  %  I UVTB r thi u.s.s.n M | Hid To PrighteB S IVI1 : . ... % %  %  irho ioui fOBl tmad the West U, met'. Kussian Don-coKmerauon with ai mao • Irentfth. Moscow nawapapari under ordu ibova, singled out Kannan tor menial attach Kremlin Press otiicers, whose job il ll t< S..M.I mtUtan and Induttrta keep in touch with the few foreign curie%  pondnt. allow* in Macaw, let II be unthe progre** thev tn ilerstood— "not (or quotation OT attribution %  itllcial Soviet sources ol course, please' Piuean* ? that Kcnnan was not ucciptable, and thai $?ZF2g2%£2i l '""'" ^ UIIWlM fur Mr. Truman lu put him forward. Thai did not cause much surprise among >n; colleagues in Moscow. For i %  six-footer George Kannan has tWO disquahncations which should autimiatieall;. i rom Russia. 1. He kpeaka Russian fluently, raadl ,m aure you that in even eod writes it well. ih,v peae ftn ity ha S been 2 Ht hm% ^^ m the Sl V iei Untoi iunsnleii.fi. Tliere m a lonR and pjreful cheek bj hiahu CXIK-H' before—as a diplomat for seven years—and .""::;"•:-„"' ;',!,„ v ';s,.;•: o>w" ^ *£'*££!£"***"' AI„u.allKcnn„,k', Sta.w „ and -reliable aouree" | the first director of the ashiliKton pullC>oi the pen i .i IvUUOs 'bout it. ano*ne deserter Is on nt way mil I knew of l'*t ffHI men in *lx week* All I uifi>rmant. To the leMUiaence exi en the Went this InXonnai i %  • %  the ,i Stalin Kiven by ibi Uon of everyday i< • slans frrm all walks of Uft III parti .-f Ih.Soviet Union No vim may say Ho do UM Muab authorltie*. know thai those funitiM-. in not stoo. i-nti-d i>ti us by the Soviet to mislead us and spy on us? 1 1 i ma THE TROOPS -t RP*** lo . ru f'" v "P?"and-planning staff which President Truman ...... (hair Ml the reports forming thK %  •-... ...f the document ihown h •! up in l!M7 to help him with cold war i %  % %  i iii rROOPfl that ""' I' I of the (loctiment %hoi this tabeL Two Picture* The picture <>f thr Bovk t nion that tin report! add set up in 147 to help him with cold wat strategy. The Truman doctrine, the Marshall Plan, the North Atlantic Pact, America's intervenKoreo al the head oi the United %  to the Soviet %  I %  % %  T Ill;.t Of j rlrab. dllapidau.i .„„, rrlvad ountn inhabii.il by %  cowed nuch i<. >:iii underfed, Ql-cioahed people Nations all stem from th.-analvsis tif SDVIC, :"S?"%"\.:^:., • VMM weMogy axto b, %  where. Kcnnan and his staff. II is a picture haul to racoocUa % %  MU aliae I... l.-fi ikai Qtata raaaiailaiiaiil -hn Include no unrel I, Ith thai <.f the K-.-II.I.I. barren tvo a(Ur hl "J lht *tmUtD9pUtmm -ontrois on ihe voik. producen of new pins last year he gave advice to a political group %  %  up inst the h %  of the I I which the Iron I .ittlllH ilround iwv IH-/,., Ehtened tanka,' and riihlfioiK I I s pi tl Id flur ICe k cle k i*.% Sa\ BUobllMmg i /< Svhoot hnivul I i nd kj eHI end whenIt wfjj not ;. to bo] from %  II ovi: Un land it itial function. tNTUtlUTUJ %  • i %  <>f the Un W i. The curt blOCMd thi entire m''t tea ten n Inutai in i t\u amount of coaxing or rcmonOOUld make the men move the carl or even trv to eas %  luaUon, In this c|ueue from the Police Bl Ckl down past Jam, Btr* Hwre were seven 'buses tw Niuooaht end five from dittrtete, two letlvi i i r lorrliN and nina i .11 %  %  %  1 %  or %  .. ( ffUta. .. I %  I w I %  % % %  what the I %  ; .1 i '1 Brii I Qui boui Part % % %  ; %  finrly claai approximately 9 05 a.m. „l_ and w it can be imagined II i %  '( the busiest periods of Uie olOUl and ChUe ?W when p* th.it is "Md"..v w..s h|,-k,-.l In .hri'i .iissual some of the people left Christ? '" %  and walked down to Broad Street to do their shopping IVhtie ihe ear eould follow lale l.iyiiii; %  'inA Mend n| mini' who for thr thru yean ruu Wn I lb aid 10 DU] a 11 pent ibti tuns me to take them ihcra an it was nool Mr. Adams says in reported thi' than had l>een a I iirn|iCommissioners themselves „. ii drove 'hat for this to be done al turned Kirk p-ak hour* between and I] a 1 ll refugees from the Soviet Union satellite countries e/ho PTC planning their liberation. I have a hunch about the Kremlin's sudden change of line on a man who has conducted 1 "private w.ir" BSjalnsl It Can it be that the interval between thi nriginal "No" and the Midden "Ye sents exactly the time it took Stalin's start to translate into Russian, and for the gnat man to read a book written by Kcnnan T This book. "American Diplomacy 1900 t 1950." was published iii October by the University of Chicago Press. 1 am certain that the men in Moscow must be studying it will attention—as Mr. Truman must have studio it. IIKK IIOIM s Kcnnan reveals himself to "world-saving. which, in his opinion, has played too lure, 1 a part in America's conduct of foreign affair^ during the last 50 years He wants Americans to content themselves It caiUM! be argued Mint lha not lie washed or the with the "less ambitious and less inviting fUtten flushed; but surely th; H liuIlvMuil %  i %  || %  •.. ..... . Waterford %  %  ksf. Tla 1 li n' land ll %  Bonool li and within %  I \ MI be 1 1 l %  1 %  end %  %  %  1: tn thi* eaua -MUM. Ineonven • niv friend In addition t>. thithe man put the cart at such an angli %  %  iiutouffa onto .in. vtaUeie and eometimee II ithbUJ ran pims. -'iimsstoncrs should eonhi % %  lung the gutter-, in early hour., when the %  %  %  %  MOTORIST %  o irMroK \ 11 iconn __ in tinbag i; In f nih>n*Uilvnunl %  lha EdMo Silt.—In :, wn Til* 11 i> Tlh iimt fad that AH -t'lrocoti'. euafraph of Un... your issue ol Monmeniion is made 1 r corner of the wall n( America's strictly limited national interests. What the U.S. needs, he lays, is : ". . .The. courage to recognise that if our own purpoae and undertakings here al home are decent j onaa, unsullied by arrogance or hostility towards other people, 0t delusions of superiorL'cepmg uy, then the pursuit of our national Intent can never fail to be conducive to a better world.*' He condemns the American habit of basin 1: M 1 hopes on "verbal undertakings" like thi Kellogg Pact outlawing war or the Unite* Nations Charter. Thin when her hnprs are dashed by repeated violations she immediately, he I the Robert Thorn house and the Bethel Chur.h det^Ument^SjeaiblyVo 'aurar-t P"cewhi to view tinnlfciiding Powers %  tUmUon to the state of -iTai. mi<,ri i-ihle criminals. Mthout going into detail A look would satisfy the moM duinterettad thai ihe inditi r/afl .ised as a urinal and the corner looks more like a latrine. Ileside* ll Ihls. then is refuse scraps of paper, fmil skim, cocoanut shell* l h in addition to the smell rnakei Ihe whole place unsightly. me thai the Sanitary Authority find menu of pi fho commit sanitary nui' -aiUng until the mras i^. made and then paving ex. tia slaft for cleaning %  l Daa1 Besides all thit there is the dun. %  jour newspaper 00 thr ger of tvphrad lo people who buv ttltuda loyod utreshments there because of the Ih 10 Ihe 11 th* City. 1 -top buythlng K.lone li i-ople who |hC ... turn -r. I t no one con" tl I ""''I heap loell 'cs* and tllthine*> 1 School Is hid %  I we of the Sanitary ComSANITATION %  the pur 1 %  %  %  .'. %  %  %  lift'' I" I hiin:-.%  awuor, r %  <-nt for Kennan is non-committal about the I United Nations, bul ha doai hold that col I action should not be taken until thi I advantages as well as the disadvantages 0 unilateral action have been examined. EXCITING The despatch as ambassador to Moscow 1 a man who has just put on record his distrust nf collective approach in diplomacy must be an exciting development for the Russians The Politburo will be only too ready i< believe that Ambassador Kennan's declare-, tion in favour of modest and realistic nationalism in American diplomacy means I America is at last about to do what the\ have to long wanted her to do: to abandoi he Waal and'make unilateral bargain .with the Kremlin. With that in miri ready to tarrytbing—even that aks Russian and con tee through —1 1 s — HUtn\ SPIW Thr ii/niiiii/t "f tJaafl '• Riuinx Svii'iin rulh fur prrfftliun n/ '">/ mui -.a,, tth.n uitmtmmHmg i-liinilhif' mill running rififiiiifi wpfj rsrat n-ly /• PH.h.rMlfOMumlUIKi:, CANVAS mui /7/'//^f;^, to eeiaava maximum iffi• ii'itcy mi "It I'imils a/ Sailing. C. S. Pitcher & Co. I MOT O sMsatejl uC|%ii E r V* BO K Colo rs Da (osla &('(.. I.lil. I eVWUto! WHY NOT CONSEHVE VALUABLE FOOD? Ml UM s MBf* I IM l/l — w Ml MU I FKOM SIOC'K iidiisiA .v .. i.oi. Base. -ui. zm&$ Wllll PROTEINS CEBEALS %  at Time >hredded i\ reublv luffed Wheat Grape HSh. Hraii Hakes Com ftahsa Oal Flakes Ban 1 IKI Wheat MM IAIA Italian Ketchup. IMj i fsl tic per bot lUli JII Chill Sauee. T ; as at 71e per bottle l-rrpared MunUrd. 6 ni Zic per bol \ 1 Sauee. 4He per bol J A 11 IVlll \i Kolla. Butler Brejd r'renrh Bread and Takes I'llOM "< Fresh Baaeasea Baal FilleN I.re llanu Les Hams I ul Ijrce Tin ll.ms 111 ln.-.mIn Tin* Brisket of Beef in l I ini limn Meal \ trnni Sausaeea t isn Smoked Kippers Smukrd li .


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THURSDAY U\HR\ in. |52 HXRHADOS \HVIK\TF pxr.r FIVE Ritual Murder Case C.C. Council Do Not Favour Metric System Six Munth* For -' i--v h g — — M Anthony had been ii| ing child I ir*i Inlerx lev* The i %  KM Cpl. Brvan Springer He taken to the Police Station He (the Superintendent! an ii at 6 53 pm and a %  B at 6 S3 M did not see two people in the on whole areI taw Burton The truck was borne of Aiutm children used coming to Bndgetown I a to o to M-hoot. but r(e could not ting in the front and Bui MB were at hi' September 19 ton got off. I went to in* Ml* on the truck and evenlu lid off on the wharf the Wednesday n "< %  fallowing Sundav he •a reported mis.was taken to the i l had been 11 %  H %  %  %  ra Burton i buy il thr data 00 which he *" Urn Springer, hi.s brother and v %  I -. wu cumin* r Crab Hill Station On -%  : the >ea with .. nickel of home nxing aflareia I nice a report wolet I araa puttinit UlJ ,tJ > BO Ogp on a rock. I asked them — %  %  __ al the Sutu,u i. -ell nie a tin of sea egg* aiij '""" "' ** teedo) when Ik. .') Spi mger went Burton told m* he euul.l not sell u, .s. ,.,,.„ i, II n< Ml horn. %  "> about ,-. ..„, ..no carrred the : 1 %  %  %  ltd an t %  chool %  i aba i u ..n. ; ' .iu-iilu taken hta. to ike took ll ,.p t.,e,i to turn inHa than took the ti ovinek Sue gftpitcl ....„, al IIOIJ „ rfVt ud thaj would nut tun,. t.._wi r.., Bndjttown. H> came s,,i,: '' I ,,t the CONN was over he relumed to Crab Hill Thr kOVOa seemed Stuck 1 aafcto town .ind after being In town between \.. ''"' 'dcther I could borrow Uw tor tome time he bought me lh ,! •" Which Uii Subject lo universal acceptance by I'oniiunnwiMlth rouittrtoa the Ui K n .i effect a >n irrm pm poaa) put fur ward by C When i hemade on September 24 Inspectoi Cpl Babh rp| Bryan, datocuvt conatabk %  irne .ind del. ware present Colvln Phllfii i wai li b • ictober 3 He was not sure where I''"toivles at HI I %  it her ad for the done I,him. PMlUjpS was never de"Too foui of them separated Rill After Springtwo pans, Ihe accused : pad Phillips brother going the Upper Boad il !" and Pnlllips and he the lower." h _„, eel Phillip* as an When they got to Phillips' home ,,,. •> j accomplice ha said if.did not Phillips -topped and he went l 'her people There Austin's shop. D ik and Buitun said, "no." leather. The title of the book ami II, %  Home in Pandiaa" at BOOM and and Paradue' and on the (Tool praHd iTifonn.it,.I about the easel lie down Hands Washed We began to leave and whei <"",* 1 wi and read I 1 18 D n %  k to got to Rock's Bay Burt cashed his hands. After he hiJ I ret II IS am %  >i>. .it 11 33 a m AuaUn shop mid gOl Hi thru ii'the Daartn church lYodo to rtvk K Weight* %  ndoti ih Imperial system of IM System WRECK DESTROYED • ii>ii >.ini ana ad up *• %  • %  ii tii %  aad Beta" song Pan Men al raataeeai %  tot .i thai tiir wteah hir i weja suns in pailtlon III di-urrr* I', ihti-> (timi N,l %. • W ml ltht had tM-rn Ii lhmsrkin* l •nial Seer T: mbei in • 1 (omt< 11\ Iteph itstmg that from the kn ud, than ''id noi %  i: .lined hi %  the children had Thr „>,p. u h fI Hate Mid %  lowledg, %  king thi bo A .i Md to the church !" "p^ JSfS^ts G "v -b ul : : S^ 3 5 h-u IV ,ll d nuI T hlm ,hal morni"* "I Itayed home IS mtnulcs und Ha knew Phillips and Burt-.i then went down bj Ooddard'l Sprtnta p until 4 30 o.m While there Cross-examined b> Mi. Clarke, I saw There/a Boyce bul we had ha that the Ausiin to wttoaa no hop ke had g nr wa.ilwut -. Th. lir.l tun.he knew the child mile fioin There/a Boyce's house wan missine was about 8 i* ra.m Coat House Bav and Thereza he said. He did not see Burton Boyce*! hoUM we •• aboul .. Bdia Springer anytime that dny and a half troin each ther. ,, When he saw Springer his rivs-K\miied c"r. "examined by Mr Would l.s. AffreatT ighV bread; b^as" J ^Road SSJtJw ( hur( J'" I'IB | 'i.ni ii"*'' the Bible. After mated l'h<> eliminated wan Hi h %  Hi • polit Si %  %  I I li f fluid m a phial whld i the Oov. emmeni *J Sput Cohered -When Colvln Phllllpa indicated the Spot where the child's bloo.l wai -i.pi" Md to havt on the (round by %  child s Dloo v.ht-n he M* ft • raj tkej wen %  raj pn .. •.• %  he Mid %  Norrnall H woul I from rain K"* MM ^ , Lea ratal „" / l, d %  J >ul IS and the B !" ? N'-mgei. .. -\ p ,.. the "'" %  "* %  w**" of %  .i h it was aboul 11.311 ready aid thi mothei %  '' %  ? %  u "' : Ba togtat bul h '" 1 '"''* t Hi had atnl Uu clothe* Springer house, had bean %  OovarnBurton had : i The return beeaua* they v was negative Th. l.mket m sc^eggs. A-iilch the blood was alleged to The book ivpeared to be novei lent scripture book. lie dM Dot send the People were in the habit Q vernment Bacpassing by Maude Gill and the tcrioloRlsl because it had been lt ,....... v hen BOtafl to the beach used at Ihe sea and he felt that rj u ton -, bffOthei Vivian and any matter would have'been Phillips were ve \ fnenulHa %  way. He had still taken hfl(| hear(1 o( |nc „„„,„ %  chl(J %  %  "" abo "' '-SO that night. H* ^ clvor Greava* heard Ihe child wai two woini i night of SeplemlH-r I MW the child -.ml iiothiiiK to her I cannot remember tefllni the PoUci Maa*Istrate that I Aral heard the news Tom the two women Some people call me General Smutts'. bed inbanc* "f wea a aoMlor In the Trtaldad raw with (he Regiment for ovti ,i year and cannot remember the day I was dli %  %  lendatton. S '/' Jl to Ihe i Ot 111) years, abandon %  .mil that quite i the pro lion oJ the In i %  %  . (> % %  .ilt. red. to one lha Inti i national Meti.ud Kllognun kept lo Parti The circular %  E ts of the abando nm onl of UM ?erlal i (itiriimitttH; l/>/>0/7//.v/ m COXSiDE* nn IHK Mtonm %  %  : Hon M A Cufce "ii the problem i-vi b) the Borbadi lupplj itiori iti Councfl ot %  to take J remoi The rnambers >-t the C erunltti | hit Mi l Lucle-Smith Hn K P ad C H. Kw I i > Dm %  '"" "" pounrl in At me BDBehi %  th) nueed the *! aindl thi he v ould prepare rei on foi the api i ha inemMn ot Uw Council, ai that he would Mnd u to ti .,( |tM OH F>igland. Uor* detailed Intorn it had ti hob > Md .1 lh. -air he navlsaUan. It lh 8§mtt*g Sltim/ts %  I md A J ll %  I %  %  %  Mi Rawle -i G B Grill IS: Mayvi %  m .in* %  %  ...t || ; i %  %  %  Mi Raw la -l"i I %  Stred rltl %  i %  %  ll matb i to th Police I • icepei at the crti i i thai rht nWi %  n evtoui convti %  Latod Not V\ailal>lFor Road ftkking HORK timborazo and Uvw *ua %  i i d %  %  r \kl •ins part %  llll M MM: I M on TlMa%  w. I .i m. CANES BURNT A HIIK Ot unknown nngin ll %  I %  Bight burnt I I f Irvtn b %  uetlM | meiis %  \ 9 in thought uu rept} to thi •hould uthai whethei thes aoi Uetrl i i,..t i very i point, bul thai ins fell it was %  idvteabh tot the United King%  %  (lark.-, I llrst bttj rig from I"'' 1 on Uu lid |h %  rlae not onh to niou ii to a number of nwkwatd %  %  .md hi re .. httle ui,,i i Tin ran Colvln Philred lo In .. % %  %  %  Ih.d tne |n,.n tl)S ten was ihe buckel %  %  %  d"i Mood Kont of the objects spoken of by Colvln Phillip*, the sickle. )r nor torchlight had been found. Th* lowt-r part of the body was found on the police's own tnventlgaUon. not by tho result of sny tiling said by Phillip" Mclv.ir (li-.iv' %  i" released i i red, %  %  %  rharged but the year was IMS %  ad 1.. Barl>.ido> .md I .mi f pe | >hoein.ikei I Went to the United State* tune ,i %  grant I have never killed pigs • ;iid on September 23 he was arrested by the PoUca t->t %  laving an explosivi sulistan.e in ,„ r his possession He was lak< n to Crab Hill where he saw Hiirtoii rbifjti He wai kept |n cue, todv for MVOn or eight days at ll Mill PoUct Station Kvontunvlctod bj the MM.tided and dlsPhllllpi would haw i i honM onh Una after i £ o'i after they had Ml the he Hurt.,ii aratlld have got home in iirBed about 12.50 p m. The distance l>oWnilr m nutodv he waa taken home and Boyefl ,„ hp p oUl e ,„ n r Comer Bewas about a quurter of %  mile f orp he was convicted he was Shoe Maker's lv irleiue • .. i 81 I m In Melvor Oreaves, a 30-year-old the police van Cant BtnunOOdi Sepshoemaker of Pie Corner, said he asked Buri ri Bprlnger if he was ivictknew Burton Springer /rom the the man he accused about the ed f..r having explosive substance, time Burton was a boy They fhlld. Spring! i said 'yes' ii, irrled back to Crab wen on speaking terms though The accuaod and blmatll Hill Station after that not on smoking or drinking terms taken to (rah Hill bv th. Police Re-examined About September 13 i Thli happened in the eveRc-cxamine.l by the King's Samuel Gnddord'. shop at Pie ning. Hi could not rememl>er had Corner about 4 30 pm Burton Capt Btaunondi Ihony, the tamo down the rood and called to Pol %  boon i' 11 iVlng something table Sergeant i. he was matched He had been impressed T that Uu with the %  B71 .nted out il i ove Hole, he appeared to i' doing so qulto Bel red Beptomber if ,.., %  [ .i tin hod faii.n He visited the Bcene of the %  u ber and the present time about 12 • .. Mr remember) I s one Sunday and "He showed m two places of paper. Our was rrom Canada and that read. 'Sorry. Mr. Burton Springer, you cannot be enllRted from the BnUsb Territory to the Canadian Army Von have to leave and com* to Canada' The other one said lie had to come to the Drill Hsll on September 23 or Jl I cannot remember which of . two dates I gave them back to him when I had read them I had no further conversation with him. On the following Friday I was Dili., nil • %  %  at] I yet •n prolonged li lhi ii e Impre aed >< ihe dlnVultiei of ImplemenUni it and did no* wish t,, i.e committed lo it in an II m> furI !" and ti %  Coatl) ll a pointed oul b) ... ihi in \, i \ Mi Del .1 ihul th.-v could mill ii. n i i to ronstderal i|Hiiultd 11 Bhippuig and M %  % %  i lecoptod i .ilfi-l mode I" MlKx.ellen. f tech ..t i %  t the Legutatura to .,,, 1.....I r n I il 4 MM CouU II Ihe pre Ident Mi i> . Ueaco .hn akpreaaad tho beUel ih lha offOI had also l'n .m i'l'.i he proposed l>v Ihe llaib.id.is Worhei \ii i | ad the hop lli.d in the lie.. i rutun itoa would '" %  MI up %  in.dii-i with %  View fnedylnl the Iti itton in lh' %  |tml The ./'""' for family fitness 1 M .I.eurf touree A I,nle idtfsd to %  i ,..?.. GravtM tfyji nd re irMnwaal Chil'vpeiullj • SindwKhei o( e.ery vifiely %  ui on hoi Oui'.ccd tun In Jar.: I oi. J oi.. 4 oi.. I oi.. 14 oi. Port Mr (1. H ultith. A) iiii, P ill \ ,, tan ,i Noel i hapmoi i .i.. Pipeline 1 rrleet MARMITE TM( VITAMIN 8 MA.I | X T R A C1 GIVES COOKING EXTRA GOODNESS AND FLAVOUR YACHTING SEASON OPENS SATURDAY Knife Left He left bis knife thai ho worked with making shoes at his hi The poUoi %  hi knife to Bprlngw Bprlnget did not Ideo, nTfi Ho did Dot beea a Police Constable say anything ibout gittlrig the light man did not tell him about thi l.n.i In Cap! Simmonds' %  | On .,-.. aid i m Ml i inent to Ihi 1'olice which I Mined after it waa read over to me." I was released when the case was but was kept in custody on the charge of having UM • xplosives. "After the CUMthe Police old me back to Crab Hill • i. ber 24 I was taken to a spc*. at Pie Corner The PoUOO also searched my house. After Spiihger aceuned me. the \ o .ill portion of the ten n,i|, t inn. -null .mil four-Inch dlati Int..,national Mm. exacU) and "Hchaelto %  i rtered to. addltlona the iniu'li il DOUnd „ i thi ' • SThiCh -.• %  n tst M)2 ti ot 0 4SS WI I oi ... %  > %  .!.on %  with prlorlt) the* international Kii'.i-i %  exa '•' A Vaufhi muted b> the severe lv and the iTnit.ii s,t. fiovei \ M H chelt at Utc A i.as arrived In mint .hould i* rnformed of ihe Court ol A,,,., ,i Yesienia* lorrkw ware t ,,,.... ,. ..t „ii earK .tail In thi Ktnf Hole MOO fieli# I' o .a,ling aw.it hii. 4 securing IdenUcal value i ... mborH thai section i 1 ...-. i,. %  >.. cvurl thai hi : %  Uv Vb tori i -• ~— tfondoni the Street r a Room at < mti I BUtli n %  i and whllal ho wa i % %  %  1 l.e lost his II M | Met .li I 'ourt that he knowi ihi %  in., L. Before the decision, Theti HARRISONS BROAD ST ti Pipes fTon i.f Ihe Wharf neoi Bridge on Prohyn rrom Crab Hill Uw loos named 0* Ifn temlier 22 il'iit it N t Pie Co wnd aakod hlm if bo know ai tbjni ,,f ti„. child Ha ami ot tald the itreon he (Bryan) aefced. The a. to Crah Hill Station and l-.ti, Ibtrn mnl to th-' Button l< WMlk.d "I'll th, %  %  r to the BtoUon .. rtg thai n .. %  r from thi anco I I . •king at h^ rooord Use Polh %  On their arrival al the Bi Mi I..,.. -t. i I.I. r EI .', hn Work Dei ..id the Mveoaaa tl plpi whlel . ., drop In he -hat are required upply ail Uw tenant! i i %  tho at. leal ks .. atop in Uw II. I I IIH. 1 %  THE R U.Y.C. will Imkl their First Reiiatla at 2 30 p m %  ,,, ;|> ,., „p.M, the 1952 yaciu.n,: Mtm. Forty^ne ^ ^JjSg^ gj . boon handicapped, but it ig doubtful win tin !"!" JJ Aght .lays my case a nil Will %  • %  '• %  The handicap times are a' ~~~Finger Injihrcd In Cyflf Acdd^dl IHI top total %  hand nngon "i Lwnel H %  i %  fur* deni ..i i looen I eight dayi i.,,l iWu>heil Capt Simmonds re. rrom Crab Hill ncl I -.,. if Spimger WaO charged with murdci .mutable Sergeant was. nt of the men in the Police van %  DO Seplembei 2* He could not || I-, lOCttVe TUll was P %  %  %  .... 1 uaod gave him which ho t.i^k down in writl and rood >i lo nlm : I ;n.',o ... At tin On %  aiied tii the wMoooi stand T ktol U Cpl Hrvmi Who Wg I ihe Court room who tatand, Uu ^s Cmptn i . %  0 ot the Pi %  w 'lh other Orleans > %  I pot let n I. After Cpl. Bryan h land i"! about minutes Mr Clarke objected %  %  I '" id uw • %  ... Ill OJQ "EMPIRE PATRAI" PAYS FIRST CALL %  to th. Paira 2 M crl flour, MM) I i %  HI ami iittii,' %  neral • i -n Thi Csaptos Poirol Is ha :. i,\ i' I .i I Brit Bob.. 11 .., I...,.i.i . : %  %  i. CM in' i igiitnent Is thi of many olhers The mi i nation dee ""' i Ip %  thai A/i#f injured DM right knee %  Rudolph Knight -.I M.i-toi Lone I i | at night aboul H t:, p n Aden Kmgiit became In* nl With the .i was g h long Brood Bin 1 i' i • i.. I. i -... Harold Bprinaei -.r .'. i Uw time ol in. l.\IIIOIr>l < I.V4. •\l IOIIIIIII THE P1NE8T CAB PI HJSH EVER MADE • UToimm: Coalouu v, %  llkoaog, Uw minimum funounl .a cl.i.s.s-h.ii.l limsh Lmporvlou lOIIIIIMIXI IIAIV 111 IS V I. SI \ ,.r I IHIIIOMVI SALT Alll \l TDIIIUTI Pi :, t. in i...if Uw lima wllh lull IM labour just pul 11 on ind wl|M It ol easy us Uu, ,ii-,( |h .:! % %  .tnnni; rinlfh will wiiti iimplfl %  %  .1 tost \i loititin: ro-iiw IT'S SO BA01 AMI SO I.OOII OMA SI. tit) i'l %  HOI III floater llatl—Otsifr Road Oephma hit'' Speaking on the m-.tion t>i the Bdlouniment f Uw Ho i 1.M nloht. H 0 ...... condltton" %  .' %  ' I ttonlion to Ihi %  ll ,., Hi ll u| ... lit foi 1 I V*J riding 00 UM Lai which was involved In ... 1 t.-ik pn Wai CLiOKl "id., pi Ranibo* The ... .ii i corner of Ualkelth Bond %  ''' !>-' kei .h Hill at about 0.30 p.m., same evening between X 165. owned u E. G. Hutson oi No :t Pavilta Court. Hastings. ChriM Church. and a bicycle owned and i idd nb) Waldo Humphrey of Gittcns Gap 1 Culloden Boad. 1 the Church | u \ilillllllllelll ( iiulirnied Haii-CoeUe area In 81 John „ „, aaM Ih il i nt i i confirmed %  '' Sl t ,em "|that diatricl would m IIIIST ol tgreot dill cult) Brig % % %  I years. BOOM I nt int.. the Veetn When Mi ~>'\ s '" he Boom the sexton would be UWTO I of thII I • %  " #Hi lid OOl) lemember eatisi'i Tuesdav next we-k at 3 p4l Ui ingeJi In the Vestry Booms Allder made .. aul %  -. inetim.s ne would cot at that the llimse be adjourni I,vine Austin'* place. He hailflve minutes in si.mething to eat at Ihe Vestry rmghI pek September 19 He dTOJ mauby at Austins shop about |M %  the %  Adan.s tOOk Allder'i. motion John t ai .... %  urnment II \ I I %  %  %  now kin %  h. v title tcnlo %  Mi A.i.i' %  %  .to .nii.i membei foi BI I bul M ll %  Mi .\. vould not .... rod to .. %  • %  Rule adj %  %  nment | HARRISONS "';tr\T %  %  %  %  %  %  %  %  %  %  %  %  Juei Received — u fresh shipment am and reach..... the accused showed me the tlips of paper." Tii Mr. Field Greaves said that the accused knew he wai searehe I and Si£ ••"" a .""£TbJSL/'?S Onai ^r •&•—-* uiagoing on to Trinidad. She I Eng calls at La Guaira i cao. CaitggQua and J.m... ra. iriu.i.."*..r. K. be returning to Barbadoi i.. a—naround January 20 via the sam? %  B.I.IUI— s.,..4. %  . I..I..IM.II norexcept Cartagena. She la I unsigned to Messrs •nw & Co.. Ltd. %  • %  d l-b..... i ImUS SUM it I "Hi l.iii ( Inlil afkodotfj ,tnes* called was Cpl Harold Bryan atUched to I M. Jones Police Station. He said on September 19 It was reported to C.I D She Mode it Herself! STRIPED SHIRTING P., y„d $1.04 & $110 IMITATION LINEN 36 .d. P. •-. $1.09 & $118 WHITE POPLIN 31 w.de P., Yd 97c. & $1 04 CAVE SHEPHERD & (IL Ltd. 0. II. 12 (V I i broad Street AFTER Tin: w/t.s RUSH YOl ll. SEED i TONIC UVANS •IIKPHCFW" IONIC RESTORATIVE \n excellet't Vulrienl ToguE cnlainiiithe anli Aiuenuc printiple* ol i.iv.i combined iih Iron and \n nllllli Acid. KNIGHTS LTD.



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ITHY & Co Ltd TMNIDAD DWI id • -.: %  CAMBM I MACK*.*Will NOTICE — %  *'* III ha irrri.rd h tnr t I IH>O>I on I t-aarkBf tl* llth Januao. •• Applkani. mual ba %  ld*wi. ot thr | M rh of t Mirhaal. wha ar In itraH• t pad nminuti nraa roima of apclKation can b*> VMainad from tha Vaatry Claim "i %  CWrl Tax n| r.tvrN t %  %  on ^t l MV IfMC %  n auv>*sr wtona* -> %  Olvrnpla Poilafcla 'n MISCEIXANKOUS KNCMY DTNTVIlt FIXAT1VF . ,p.T,a "I (aUr truth n i fl 1 jiar tin KnlM> 1 I I NOTICE rmM i IMI landidataa havlni brvn li>* Vmn "I It Andrr*. I harrb' darUra m. Intantlor to tak* •,*•** %  tha Vlr% BdKMI M Ain... on HunU> „r.t Januar> I4lh coirunr.^lnd t-rtWMtl of • and t ••ckWB m twa Tiirnlnar and rloMnd • P 1 "" "" alactlon M 10 VnUTntn. WILLIAM U It* Tr ad i '< %  COTTl I UN Mis jaoa at 1 pn. HARRINGTON SBALY %  iiraat l I W: %  i Ba>la> TYPI-JT -1 %  tavaj aai .n to FTTXrATltlcK f.MAIIAU A CO IIAIU'I^YS HANK l!l "'. Ill ll fit LuM-. *t Via.. ^r,d Aiuh-i Data t ..oliflad B.W.I. SCHOONER OWNIRS ASBOC. INC. TfldM7. Canadian INalional Steamships %  %  A.NTA CUARA" o" aaa St La-rranca \ipl> to Mr Ta.*Mf t 1 M— iivrn that at Ih %  retain* Bt i'-' •>( ilia rircttc.o l mamtaai. io tai%r m MM Vr-ltt of the Parvh of S> " '*i Ha of Jan%  S' Miilip iu* fcimm *rr duly d< %  larrd rkctad \|s I. Mi Darrall Rualatcr Li*k> Brathwan 1 Ml Darrrll DaCoata Garnai I Mi 1 .I-I I % %  OraaaddWa 1. Mr Thomai Duntan H Mr Arlhor Torrrnca Hhaata < 7 Mr Radinald Bruia •.k—lr I Mr Howard l-<" • Mr OoutboiilnAlonf* *rl--, 10 Mr RavnaM III CUlr WaaHaB A MOORE. 1MHSOMI UNDER THE IVORY HAMMER wr. i Ait-ra ^ Uin it" ..li U raa and itaiy Oarair Dial I HEAP houaahaAd anirlaa. .mall ..M.1MUM blind £..M>lln# tonlain. ,1 irnn* p-turaa. lamp iha0>d r >rarv< • %  n '""" OHAIB I'AKFJI If < NOTICE rvvi-ii < 'i UOBOI At an fir. lien "I (nr I Pariah ol SI Umnr held on J iiUurff %  •. idaU liner th.n Mr. OaoraH nl tha rai.dt.l-tr. I... IL' Tb %  h.lrnllon lo withdtJ* %  1-t.iwh o( St fjaarta lur tha roor ltd K TAKE NOTICE PROGAS tl I Ill' '1 .,.. i,i On 1 1 . M i.l u | |ar> in HO.II %  rnvfS—Primu*. Slov i liar rum >>ra paila al-a>. In laldvara .md |iirla> .1 Tudor MraaU P ltarn*. Olaa %  vim Can-. n:Ai>rits NYlXtt STOCKINO-FM,i, lid ity luaranlaad Ion* laanm .odrrn diadaa k *• only II I ^i it ir.-> Kinr-Ai.ANl ^a Bwan lUUhan A|.pl> | i. Hi. aitd lar*.r. %  %  V I,. NOTICE \|lll ..I -I I I r |fOTTC that a* .. •row paraona to aarvd Id %  VadU) I r UM I NOTH t ; %  NOTICE i --in or "i i**di I hafarx lva Hollra that aa U par.on* i .1.. i-. it. Jama* i" i r. i wui i. -i ion 511 J-' liy, 111 BtnrWII II l I Thoroa. W U to ttia lx imi i ii; LICENSE NOTICE Thr appliratton of Qrannum ft I Liquor Mean** ., -.11 bulldinl •id Bridat miaal ••I in .f J-I Pat'rd ml. Hh day o in f. it CRjrrmi. %  ,J Idaa MafUtrala. CM vjori IUM CO par j .in b* --H i llll'-l Ml salb %  all. Arrl.r. talk. BMBEM Baalaa Bar bad.. Baa bad a. 1_*DY RODNEY" M Dart 11 Dacr. .1 ) %  1A1IV NFJ-SON12 J.n> 14 Jany. :-i Ml CANADIAN 1 RUUDI -II Janv I.l F.-b> u rotn %  n .' %  !> %  it r>h>. | M.. 1 II Htr. n (-ANADI/.N CatUUBS) 1* March %  i Han %  34 M.f.h SOKlHnul Ml A.rl.r. Mh Arrl.r. Arrl.ta Arrlraa %  arbada Bar bad%  nidi tl. % %  !". H.Hfi. %  CAN CHL1SBR" Jan* T Ja... 14 Janv 11 Jany. LADY HUDMV ..n JMI El Jan. I l.t.' 1 Marrh %  |-\V N'FXOON" C.VN f-KLlSCK. 1.1 %  > Frb> i rk?. U F-b> 3d Faov 1ADV H<)IlNF^ %  Marr %  M ... %  March 31 M-n-h a Marr 7* Man1 April 4 April 4 Apri 7 April 14 April GARDINER AUSTIN & CO LTD.— AgenU. TAKE NOTICE y^Mcoa,s** !" ^C<>. Ml. tct BTBAMEB . VH KS COVOH Jtvitur %  1 NOTICE I .11 M (II HI PI. lit I II.MFHV ... %  %  I .....ilinrd tn vMa at UM I btfl ..I Ilia Vratu MM BM Ptl lh Ifirr lha '. RtAft api-.mt.Hl tt.r I II. -HI, Rp.idhUt.mii >• in. i .•" . ,.: MM ma) rrtdtl on M> Bh IU13. tirl.-rri lh* of t t.m and 4 p in. lo a Ire I Irri Mr fu aafvr (Hr PI.M.II ol fM. J-rlr. I Vratrv for lh# TAKE NOTICE Official Notice i i i. ... tbr ..bnvr action rnaata o.. tbllh d ...i . ndatr n hi %  %  PAM1 .' %  • .i B Hi %  %  %  . i %  %  iiUtdl %  %  %  • 1 >. INI %  %  or any IMm %  . %  .... II %  Hull pi" %  %  I %  hour* III IJ K> witnta ,r Fftda. BBBtttn I n'cUtaX Don. at llir fMBW tl lr Brtdjjtlrnvn b**orr %  TAKK NOTICE p.rUi ll i. drd %  .: %  %  •: %  ..i ibt — nrtved of all claim i-.l tbJi Ihr Wc.li'r**l.i r|l, d-> Ol MlllVll l**l. .1 1 OCb-l. %  ^^^Bt'tf-n-nT-P"^ %  .. .. ,i mi. TIL in TALMA. ul Apprai. W 1.BB-4B i.i. HUB" NOTICE HRI.II Of U PI lit I HIIIII''. ,.1.1 •-' 'Tl, l • • ltd i %  %  %  iTi.arv pM i*r.i HINIV• I M In NOTICE in %  in.i ni am nan < i.. prnon. lo irprrH-.. 1 lui <>K UCENSE NOTICE rplMallon nf Alma Grufllh. Bhd*>%  adrlta, Man . | .1 . traai. Cily T) ,. i inn *!' IEKVICal %  i i i" tail on ftr at bottom At LKHJOfl LICENSE NOTICE H n.i**i TAKE NOTICE iioiMdir TiMi.il %  %  > % %  i %  : %  • PLANTATIONS BI'ILDING. I.OUKR BROAD STREET PasM-nirr S.ln AxrnU for: Triis-<4iiatla Airllnrs, B.O.A.C. and B W I A. ALCOA STEAMSHIP OMPANY l>lr phonr N*. 4160 Ptl I i will hold IhMtn mi ii" i. lh.I4.li day ..I ' ED ttt addraM In U" ud. haa applH-l lur Ihr rttbH A i Hctl-lar i %  %  1'. HERKnY OIVEN th-t it l. thr inln t on .if IIH> Vrairu of lhPiiUhea •taint iir..ir Saint Ihiiip. Chr. I. fhuirh. Ilalnl J' .i -. I %  ...... %  .... ..I thr CSrik „l Hi. i I the i .. %  i I %  i %  %  %  11 rf II %  I %  I I M-IBOfi KMaj.. Dttl M MAYMtK. i... Ai.pi..i N B Tt.i* Jppli. .lion will be .. .i Ih-t.Hi iti.k BtBlMlMi • ib %  ...!,. Knalai.J 1 %  ir*"l II .l.,i .,( .1 I. It, %  %  inrdi-i t • arllclr. TAKE NOTICE SPLENDOR U1KKRN %  CMopanv or(aiii*.. I under Ihe law* r.l tbr -i, I Ittlttl 1M. The Nrtbrrlandt. ha. ippli, .!• ll !%||M|, urt thla Tib da CArUUMOTOII A ~I Al \ ^oi .ii.. TAK E NOTI CE FORTRIS lamp.. dBtfi.itht •>;rr> -vupaiir lamp*, uidlum rot) lamp*, luntint niamanli.. f. irnm-lor. Iiftn tidr. S .tai.nu> *i t i IvelJ deal i thr tkCtrM "*Mln field I %  — %  BtMtl I..." ", .1... Ml J.II n 4 tw.i fifth, prrrhea or i i. and bouiidint o>i 111 plantation on InndW t. plantation on land* of v. %  .1, of Jtmea n land, ul one Ml* Wood rUe the tnm* may abul an.i i i men ...Id thr uM 1 br t up l.v aa Fildrt' 4> %  i and sludifi. Si I.i Si CetOnutl't Avcnutv 4.1 V*-*-''.**:: -V---'-',*-*-'. ','.*. •to mat m> oftlce 1 uch rtdtltl •n be aaen on apptWalu Mh day of [> %  II.Wll.l. t'ANB Ull.l-S We have, thm in slock F.MIMHIII M 6t Tudor Streets T'ui I'll KINGTilN TIHOTII IVIIIII , ,.. .,... ,',.1 i.r IfrBi "I artel Mrit.i i in J M .1 .lam. ,-U.. J ,r -l m ..1*1. r .,| ntattyttkH Thr Irt ii appllr.tion at Ml Dttad IM nn. .i. ml, itav r-f Januar perton •hall in Hi U.e In duplicate I ,f iii-iii ot auc "CACKVBVNK HOTEL OWll. h ,n Cr Slnclr tn. IrOMblr RooBw. I v. ilh or iillliwul private lullrt Shtmrr) I otEnlni iiHwen. RABAMK HOTEL" tl immedialoly nn thf IVIRC of the niagnilicenl Worthing: Bay. TP!. H14K A "fill I I... .%  B-H UAtU TAKE NOTICE ABRAC Tb.il IRtAKF. KOUUtT* COV I 'AJfY IJMrTTT'. a Brtti.h Cnmpanv inrta addreaa |. tH '..rpenlrr. Road. St-aKord London. Em•nd. hat applied for ihe retnlrallon ol a \ Part A of Retl.lrr M .pact of .r, %  How's Your Cooling System ? We II Check Your Radiator and Pump Phomi I IU.HI I whf, ,..,,;. ulT.e of oppoaltl The trade mar i M I'ltrnllenta in cat lor beveuie.. | oil*, and will hr 1 *aiiir after one d.v of Januan.. l.>n .1-11 In IIin diiDl-ral* to mr n ! each reft.II WUa-AMS i BRITISH I RHOTlti:I IMITEI). a rompan* Inr-oipoaaled nnd of Greai Britain, wh*".Ira •a add rela Tt: m> Han 11.ink Binldliit. Water llrcrt. l.ivnpoil I rft j_ Count > of LanrtMrr. En#la I aiiiifailiiieti haa appl."l rrti.tration of a Irada niatk in Part M Heaitaler In reapeet of ft,' •IruclH-ial ffl..i tenrralO. i. rlate tlaad. ahe*t tlaaa. rolled EBW t.lhrdral fl.a and urnaineiital tUaa. .. ilirlr* of l, %  nil ItTt HA and win tfar %  St IOII, du ,.f I %  ilc— wn-. r>rn .hall i.i U •> % %  • I ml ul*. I '-I I |' %  %  The Uadr mark Can be rreI'plualKm -I ni office tb dav of Hecembrr Itfi ( A MODERN BATH ROOM I It a ntcciilti and with an... . . ALL-WHITE PORCE0 LAIN GEYSER a warm or J hot balh Is obtainable in a J iu.it:, %  uf minuws MORNi> ING. NOON, or NIGHT J See thrni I I lioot.' mif ru-ilu|( from our O 1 I it i Ft KITT .'. (MI-MAN 1 IMITEI. ,n<~irtde. or buaina-aa ad.v. %  era. ha* applied i i ,.-M".t of phtrmaeentkfal an" wdlcmal pi-pa.-lion. and will tied it Me %  the UM ,1 m nine* of oppoaiti I Il.t da ii %  tall lV*rmlier. Itll i, wiu .vii T.lr Mark. Tor radiant $hine ? 4r ERGOUGNAN TYRES Dependable Performance — their recommem' ^V NEW TYPE' HEAVY IlUTY GIANT. Wider tread patten >f unparalleled tlepih. A mileage ; i t all type? >.f lervlee under very nperaung condition. SILENT SAFETY" CAR TYRE Unexcelled oli*h PLANTATIONS LTD. OfFlCE 4493 WCRKSHCT PARIS DEPI 4673 NIGHT 4135



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TIUKSI1AV I \S| \KY I" IT,_> BARBADOS ADVOC \TI: ivvr.r SEVEN* HCNP V BY CARL ANDERSON FLINT OF THE FLYING SQUAD .... BY ALAN STRANKS & GEORGE DAVIES BLONDIE BY CHIC YOUNG Tii: %  DEA C* .IV LET' %  %  I . -I ^£~ THE LONE RANGER i I • vw BY FRANK STRIKER '.— JOHNNY HAZARD BY FRANK ROBBINS FOR QUALITY & FLAVOUR STANDS SUPREME PILES can be Cured There art thousand* of men and wann who suffer awful agony 1 day and nigt.l because of pile tronble, who no not know that every chemist stocks a spec uU remedy that does most surely and quickly banish the misery of thu wrrt. hed trouble. Mahe a confidant of your chrmi*t. A'k him about Man Zan Pile Remedy. 11a will tell sou this is no ordinary uinlliwai, hat a soothing:, healing. strcnKtheniBg halm Uiat at onte stops the uitei %  anon and clears away internal, estrrnal, ame or bleeding piles. The unique tube in which Man Zan is •old makes tin* preparation so easy and clean to use. The big sue supply, with special applicator, is usually % % %  ftaw t* dear away the most difficult case. Remember the name of this ipecml remedy 'or pile Uoiible ManZan PILE REMEDY & KI-DAVS NIWS run I Barrelled Shot FOR JOB-PRINTIM; CALL AdviKalf 2620 IT PAYS YOU TO DEAL HERE SPECIAL offers to all Cash and Credit Customers for Thursday to Saturday only M'Mi.tl. OIFFIIN nrr % %  miiilnlilr • nr llrjmrlM- Tnrt-aKiali-. S|i. iylilsioi. ii mill Swan >n • %  I Unially NOW Usually Now SMEDLEYS PEAS. (Tin.) 49 IS Pk gs. P. FREAN BISCUITS Mi EVAP. MILK. (T.ns) 29 31 FRY'S COCOA (Tins) .50 U BACON. (Per lb.) 120 IOO FRONTENAC BEER, (Bots) 26 33 D. V. SCOTT & Co. Ltd. Broad Street NWIII Magazines you '11 like. <.it/>ifs on Salt' — Subscription token BRITANNIA & EVE BtiANO COMIC:, B1JUHTY CHAMPION CHICK'S OWN. CHURCH OF ENGLAND NEWS. COMIC CUTS COUNTRY LIFE DAILY MIRROR DAILY EXPRESS DANDY EVERYBODY'S WEEKLY GOOD HOUSE KEEPING OLAMOUR. HARPER'S HEALTH & STRENGTH HOME NOTES IDEAL HOMES ILLUSTRATED ILLUSTRATED LON DON NEWS JOHN 0 LONDON LUCKY STAR MANCHESTER GUARDIAN naWB ox xtut WOIILIJ 1M.W aj.ATr.SMAn AMD NATION. MICKEY MOUSE .. A 1 UKl.Vi' OBSERVER PICTURE GOER PICTURE POST PUNCH HEADERS DIGEST ULVER STAR SPHERE SUNDAY EXPRESS TIMES WEEKLY TRUE ROMANCE TIT BITS VOGUE WIFE AND HOME WIZARD COMICS WOMAN. WOMAN'S OWN WOMAN AND HOME WOMAN'S PICTORIAL WOMAN AND BEAUTY WORLD SPORTS YACHTTNO WORLD ADVOCATE STATIONERY 34 BROAD STREET



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THURSDAY. JANUARY IS INI BARBADOS ADVOC \TF. PACF SEVEN HENP V BY CARL ANDERSON FLINT OF THE FLYING SQUAD . BY ALAN STRANKS ft GEORGE DAVIES THE LONE RANGER BY FRANK STRIKER JOHNNY HAZARD BY FRANK ROBBINS &i&*a K<:inrv ON nt e* cr VIOLENCE '•*.< TO* CufNlVBOM#*rANHeif MMH FOR QUALITY i • & FLAVOUR STANDS SUPREME PILES can be Cured TWtf are thou Mud* of awn and w w w who suffer awful agony day and nif hi c iit of (Hie trouble, who do not know thnt every chrnusl ilorhs a special remedy thai sees most surely and quukly baniik Ike misery of this wretched trouble. Make a confidant of your chemist. A*k him about Man Zan Pile Remedy, II* will tell you thu it no ordinary or I not a 100011111. rteehrig. strength-run,( balm mat at ante Men* the intense trntation and clears away internal, eatemal, tare or bleeding piles. The unique tube in whirh Man Zn it MU makes (hi* preparation so easy and risen to use. The big sue supply, with %  peciel appUiator. is usually iiiflV.nt 10 dear away the most difficult case. Rr member the name of th-i wecinJ remedy for pile trouble jyianZan PILE REMEDY > .V.V.-.V/iV.'.Wv.-OV~ rO-DAVS NF.HS Fl ASH IT PAYS YOU TO DEAL HERE SPECIAL offers to all Cash and Credit Customers for Thursday to Saturday only Sl'1.4 I 11 Ol I I IIS jirr mm .., .iil.ilil,* .il our HI.IIMIM-N 'I'tti'i'ilsitlc Sp>'il(li(loMii i ii. I Snun Sir., i Uniall; NOW Usually Now SMEDLEYS PEAS. (Tin.) 49 M Pk gs. P. FREAN BISCUITS .:i LVAP. MILK. (T.ns) 29 H FRY'S COCOA (Tins) .50 U BACON. (Per lb) 120 M* FRONTENAC BEER, (Bots) 26 D. V. SCOTT & Co. Ltd. Broad Street IXWIII Magazines you 7/ like. CofHt'x on Suit' — Subscription taken BRITANNIA & EVE BEANO COMICS BLIUHTY CHAMPION CHICK'S OWN. CHURCH OF ENGLAND NEWS. COMIC CUTS COUNTRY LIFE DAILY MIRROR DAILY EXPRESS DANDY EVERYBODY'S WEEKLY 000D HOUSE KEEPING GLAMOUR. HARPER'S HEALTH & STRENGTH HOME NOTES IDEAL HOMES ILLUSTRATED ILLUSTRATED LON DON NEWS JOHN 0 LONDON LUCKY STAR MANCHESTER GUARDIAN • ,. ..G .. %  ... mil... U.ll W..1.1 lifcVVS Ox xlti WOltUlJ tw aTAitaniAw AND NATION. MICKEY MOUSE %  •A I UKl.iT OBSERVER PICTURE GOER PICTURE POST PUNCH HEADERS DIGEST JILVER STAR 1PHERE SUNDAY EXPRESS TIMES WEEKLY TRUE ROMANCE TIT BITS VOGUE WIFE AND HOME WIZARD COMICS WOMAN. WOMAN'S OWN WOMAN AND HOME WOMAN'S PICTORIAL WOMAN AND BEAUTY WORLD SPORTS YACHTING WORLD ADVOCATE STATIONERY 34 BROAD STREET



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r .(.i six II.VKIIMMI. \ll\.l( Ml Tlll'R.n V\ I \M \RY 10. 1932 CLASSIFIED ADS. vi IN 11 RVnCH i-i DI ii sxt.rji ttLEWOSt Z50. IN MIMOKIAM L*V U I K II (IUI -1 n CAJTtaflCH U Mother Th a r Ma ,,-. %  mi fo.1* *•" *n* • **-' %  % %  Ollil '> J MB m Jean. in be ran.I-IMII-11 mai bend %  w %  FOR MX! AL'TOMOTIVK All prnofii •Mimt u> ma r"AT.CY MOLAIU1 for lha purpoae nl %  .part undo* the Rarbodna Fan. i M-L.UW Prnd.irln and Esport Art llI tl are wkd io appli l theDepart A—llraiini I Auatin .A-** De.Oni tanin*. MM* CotrlS lor il—aM M u i-ler Phone Mil. CiH' nppaallo *<• inaadr CM *l *n KNIiINt Conii>lela "" %  *•' *"* M>4if differential romplrte TO Fon ITnferl U. IfM % %  - *••' 0-H npiei lM R <1 Mapp. "K tiaemn T i Ml 10 I ^ II TOlftE\<; CAB ISM nw-i I IM. ei Mf B H Ba"*'V Dial 2Md. ; %  -, H Kl.tXTKICAI. %  .1and Twin rtl NOTICE ;-tpp HJfla .< W mHvM bthe rieifc. ..' II. Veetr,BB In "'"• II,. inn JannarT. IMs. Appiar.%  paiMh ol SI Mtfhl. wha ...tanaeForm, of Jppli (..,"> inv. %  i DM \ Mi. haM i. I I NOTICE AWNOI^WI-MRVr* hooklnr n muni a mm i %  IIMl< mull Or *ldo.. wnih at SI yKha*l. who at Ii U \i R8TATI I ma—m* pply on ptnrii.->*>r -n Mfaoatalion .. M %  .„•, %  \\.-\ It 1. V %  •MM II I %  Mill IBvVT HOLSKS wM.i. SHIPPING NOTICES r ioa*n or I* > %  r*nmi.'(TO LAD I II fi %um -~\.i XV1'IJJUt Dv-nnf Crop. "c %  pirvtoui n p#n*". M •*" LMNH E-l-tF-McMti bull I laifr %  %  i %  : W" coorn "• informaUun pHtnt HSI nOfl Wifv I MuflM ..•* Iay with Soort m houwvM and ona rtdnl* *-nl' ,1 (.i km*. "-i. • %  *• .j,, Hmni haa In m.i.ani.1 I* on piflii*>> hursunaunt -illi adni^i-^^ t Rl* ZU < L'1. IKg at BartedM J Thi* vrowl hai utd frOBjo. and I I JI(O n.irpl'd Udlnl wl'ri liar for Billiah Oulani, ward liUntfa. • I I |( .n ran be oWalci-l I C HIDUAN. Mirharl > Vt mv li.lrnM. .i. Ith I tMIII* Andir*. I I*— *l i In tah> %  U *lork MISC-KIXANKOt'S Tiv DCNTUTU nxATtvt .Iiulh %  I p,. Im Kill! lha hour* of %  nntnlnd and rloMns ai p.m ir •htcUon of I* Vr.tr WII.UAM D IOHDA IHAjm 'BOWM '" %  %  : '"% %  %  %  l-rida.. in %  £40 S',' n..ria"i'. <:,xi hi. II M* it,. I'llfl.l* ID larbodoa Rliiiplna Tiadinf Cn COTTI I ATI'ORU CO AI 1 I ION ..i. T'.+l^T '(..Ml.— %  ~ %  %  l %  IH| to rTTZrATRIC-K UHAMAU %  ARTLAVi H*>fK iil-IKi i-iroud* BltU ot ipmrnl ai Tflnldod. Windward and L*0nir rurllwr pailWulala apply rUIUttSS. TTHY Ii CO Lid TRINIDAD DWI. •//'.*//////'•''•''' %  "••••'''*' %  B.W.I. SCHOONER OWNERS ASSOC. INC Ttta 4047. Canadian Naliimai Steamships •^i PM) walrr -Mlr (iardrna. %  I M I f II I M-X. NOTICE l'ii.i. lar lha VMM •! h rtm-N oi -T PMi.ir i n*t*b> i>vni ih*i ai H I •ilill. -' %  > . . Philip, on Monday. %  SANTA CLARA* on oa SI Lawi r.p UnfurakahM Appl> %  > ..!.*>.-Ill" •.: ; ,,, IPU. 'SI Philip. IhInllownB 1.1.-I rl-cld : I Mr Shirley Sprncof I Mi Dairvll Ru>U<* I J Mr Dacirll DaCia 11... H.I-. | ,1 ,1V Th i %  Auflmn KpproalmaK Harbodo* Shlppma k Tladmn lildi.y iir.l lh# 111 •tan IMO a I (-ARRINCSTON SAI Mil RIM IIS I i I-" HtXiTVIl.T M...W-' (OM ROM i.iml incluOin* Frldld.lrr. K-diltuilon 0)d ***-balnlni AvfeilabW 1.1 Mairh Phoiw HM b I W—I f n Ull AKTS ** *" Mw ii, ci.iaa* Dial ii-iv. riltAP houaMokd oi ,-d It !" i I lcla. amall . %  %  MM 'a. I M. era* a. HopNOTICE M ill -r I.IIIRI.I %  %  of SI D withdraw hi. II H Onrtnc I i. I. Seal M A Will II I K.I W. A Yaarwonl u IMHtdh |i.. i.. fcfW srilrrl DouglM itambari duly i lor IhSl.ciif fi i m is UNDER THE IVORY HAMMER ,. ifTtn 61. SB—41 NOnCE PABJSa '! -I I I i %  iTicr i i %  i llw MM .1 a poll al tha %  %  i t p.m %  NOTICE P*RI-H or -r MHI. I Hft*) dlia Motlea thai M IJ p*"""' |>avr Im". nonlnatnt a> lit and pr o p"* piiaini to MfHJ m im* VMUI Mi "" I'mi.h i II JairtM !• %  • • roar IffJi .nl %  n i.oldri. So of ISM. ... IM l.t and Ind Rir. pat. CUV. lor parIJqi-H lJ.--nr at wall bulldlnl al id BrldK-of Jam. GKIFFITM. Saq .i|H1ilf. I)"' OKANNUM .-. i G D GRIFFITH TSM a. Duncan Mav-r. Arthur Torrrnra Skaala Rasinald Brm-a Skaala II..—'J I >iSMSS %  QAulbOiirn' Alonia Wrh-'. Ra.nnM Si Ctalr WaaNa. B A VOOM. Shan" HOI1IROIMJ •all* tall. (tntrw •alia BSSBMfl Ba.lan i_*nv ROI.M | JB Dtcr 11 Dair 1J.DV NElJtON-' i J m CANADIAN CKUISF.H H Jany : 1 i. ••I-*DY nnDNTTi" U Frby %  1-\DY NKIJNJN-II raby F h> Marrh %  CANADIAN (-Huisen1. March .. M ,. h Arm*. MM Arrl.aa Arrlrt* Boiaada. BarkM.. Ban.t. Jaka H.I.I.. i Jany. 7 Jany H Jan.. IT Jany. ft Jan. M Jany S Faby •LADY NELSON CAN CHl'ISKH %  a fati> to Fa* t rosy. 1* Pab> M rssq 1 Marah M NUnh • M.K h a Marrrv %  Maral 'LADY Ml It Maran M tUrrt 1 April 1 April 17 Aplll Tor funhar pait GARDINER 4 April 7 April AUSTIN & CO ., LTD.— AfenU. TAKE NOTICE ^Mcoa.^^Co'lANi-lEft. %  %  TBAJfOsl MUi 'TT.AMIII NEW VfIRK SIRVKI. mir. ndoa |Mh Jan 1t& i iau i. 3Slh rat. IU1 rn ,.MJ ., HlFAMrc RTJ '.Ml iNFW ORI.KW-s SERVICE in i: lh Jan ainvra D doa 31 at Jan IH1 %  I Itlli P-*> 141 TAMKI OBI* Tank. * aalkni Tha jBMAnryc. "-"••,-"-;; VIIK-I COUGH HYI'UP Mau., .u . Official Notice TAKE NOTICE NOTICE l-IRI-B OP ST. PBTIB i iiriicnv uivr. MOT1C1 in -ii IH-I...I. %  i.nlllWd In .Ola at tha lr. l*r. l lha Vaalr* Im lha Pa I'alrr thai Bav* .m IM iP.m II.in Spr.a-m.li>>. i January llih IBM. bri*.-" .,( I am and I pin I., -ar.a lha Pariah of t. PVtrr In lh . r. s NOTICE i tin.ii <> %  -i n its IIHIII1V tHVl NiTH i i *< 'infl bran iiomiii.il • •I APPCAL ra of an uiiai %  .,. mm i%  m thii Coiin tha Hi in %  %  l I Han •a mai'i in Part A %  i %  M O II .1 n.. .flUa -I &f PoalHon .1 I * rB TAKE N'OTICE %  ratala. n|M Ol %  %  I Ma in Ifej %  1 %  '"..i i id ink H I %  ii. %  ,.I,.I..I J %  J.IIIII MiVT.--I or howovor ,i.d Ixnii / %  Wllfl II.-II *I1 %  I I ,.,. hot... nl It inoonl .-! f"f l "' App<-"' ii.,,,--. Bfiaa.i.twi. I^OInl M.nli ItW. in ordar ,a i.. lha naturo —id. pTMrU %  • %  ii .! %  i" -M l a" clam. %  %  .i ,ua> attend tha a. i .. %  %  TAKE NOTICE ,u.rMm ISM M" and Ii. . I II In NOTICE rtii-n in at iiiif-m I HEWESY OIVF NIFTICI || I Candldaloa nine b." %  I,..mi I.I.I MMiav. lha lain Urlwai i. II Hi. Ii. day ..I Januai l-ft.if H a in IH'HAVT I r i I I. ,II H' NOTICE IIY GIVFN Hi.I %  II.!• % %  : ,.l-hiiip Chi I i' M nl' UCENSE NOTICE ^ % %  cation ft Alina CrinUh. Hhopall Spirt la. I W NICIIUIfl I.IMTTEO. .< BnliUl l.i.-iiU-d LMB Companv, whoaa Irada or b'j-|.>a-> addrvaa %  IMaiillarv. IM Balnl John Strawt. CWrkanv.nl. Loivdon, T.C I Kna-land. Dl.UUai. and Wlno and Spirit Marcltanu. h-a appliad for tha roRMiaii. HI of a ir.ida mark In Part A" nf H-itHtai In rrapacl t-f wina. and -p nn .. %  il will ba rnlltlM to laai.lar tha im%  Mar uno month from tha 10th dav ..I >*; unlaaa aoma par .an .1-11 i lha maanllma aiva wllcr In t v %  T.. ir.a U l m> ofRco ol oppollUOn of mfh irRiiiralian Thr trM* mark MR M ..ppllc-iion .1 mi oeo. Iliiad Ihi. Mth d. of DocostBar. ltSI. II W HaLIAMS. RaaUi^-i nl TlMMJ M.nk. -IU lllr.UMi VANADIAN MIVH.I sa ..n. N.li'aa Itarbaaaa Utn Nov. ftl tth Dae I S "ALCOA PEGASUS14th Dae. SI Mth Dao. •! M %  ALCOA PLANTER— Mth Doc. II ilh Jany. 8J A STKAMKH I Ilh Jany. Jl Hit Jany. Bl ROBERT TBUSI E.TD. — NEW TOU AND GULF nERVICB. \I ii l. i:OSTA % %  • CO, LTIf —CANADIAN SLKVICR I in parwMSMM en *r at bjittntn flo~i .if a l-aloiay lU-'i.i". -irrai. Cil) ii i ihu HII it. u> Ja H afUTPTTH. •'! I'..ma Maaiitula. Di.i A : ^.IPIO MORRIS In, Atml-.ll i, ition win i-.. i. i .. I, II GHirHTll Mr m.i "' IO I n ...n. i%  i i ... Inr artirl %  1 %  %  Saint Oaort*. Saint I %  i ... |.,,| inaald Vrtutat i .II lha Clnk ..( IM i i .. ,i -a. I. nl Ihr uld paiiah*. Io I mil eki'radliiu CIS par a m .hall i .IQUOB LICENSE NOTICE u %  %  MI: .... i %  I.. —II Splitl. .... \ .-.. a ..-i i.i. > %  %  .i. r.i E. A. Mi i..i i: i, rWki i 'A HAVBR* for Appltrimi i, ,.,u l,a .onR | %  %  -I..I %  1 I.I 1 P..I %  PlIIIIM A ... E. A MrlJDOD TAK E NOTI CE FORTRIS TAKE NOTICE SPLENDOR i \ BM npop oi "in \*\ :iKEN. .. company orjamrr .ndar lha law. ol tha Mil* .. i ..I rn,. NrthOflanda. whoaa Hado %  .madtii Tha Nnharlaivd.. ha. .ipplia at *n* raiitralMHi of a trade maik .. %  it A i.l RBJMM* I f—patl nl -.-' %  n|in< IBtaWallOM. appal-i -la. tin in %  iidaaranl lamp. SaihliBhi lamp -pour lamp., hidluan lamp* lifhlina I niniaili fit 1 0.. laftrctor.. haht (hMo*. au> ipaaatui aarlutlvol) da.tlnad I... tna ri.rtn. ihil.. flald t IOSS MIM. iranafa. ••J and a.ilnmal.. in.tallallona lor imi mall in tha ma dupll.ata io mr ,iion of .uch TAKE NOTICE JIOIH:IIT IIIIMI I.IIIII'I:I> PLANTATIONS BITLniNG. LOWIR BKOA1) STRIiET l'avicniry Sales An ml* for: Trsiu-t AitAds Aitlinra, B.O.A.I*, snd BW.I A. ALCOA STEAMSHIP I OMI'XNV l,|.,.li..|. No. .! %  ELWELL CAME Wi hsv ihem ii HI l.l.s Modi I IMHAI I'.ll'llllll M Comer Broad tn Tudor Streets •CYCHVliAMf HOTKI. Hans Miitid.n, . straol 1....11 1 .t| nl l.ii.i aalrr. Entlalid IIU.i Mamif,irtnr.'i' 1 %  11 rostatraUoD ..i ^ Iraatr ran 1 Psri i.l Hrgi.li 1 in ra-iI 1 %  tin. 11.1,1... |.|.la % %  -• %  -1...I ,1. %  11.Had Urt.. %  .1ihrdr.1i aln*. and ornamrnlii -> ..I nlMa and ciyatol. .nl will IH> -i.tlllr.l to radl'lai lha wr. • alt. I i:,<.ntn Irani tha 10th day of Jamiar IML unlaaa NBa parin .hall In II ..^.nllma aiva n..la in dupllcat%  no al m>ofDra nf oppoMUon ot e\ich I Tii. 11 adoin ark ran bo 1 %  >ii .ippll'-ln.n ..t nn tatVva. I)il-d Ihi. Ml', d.v .4 Da. M i11 WM 1 1 %  • %  Itrfi.H I OWHII 10 II %  iimotlal SlMla anil Itouhlr Booms (vtlllt or A Shnwrri till oflor illhoul BflvAtp tollol (or Un CACRAOANK BOTH. 1 Cflm' Of the 1: iS'season. s immediately on the %  V.' .!'!,.:.BBS I.l hi IX A Mi,|| .•.'--.'.'--,----'--.----V'-*#**---*-a"a TAKE NOTICE ABRAC Thai > DOAKF ROBEHTS A COV "AM-.' UMITIED. a Bm.ah Cnmpanv .dan tradOr bnainaaa ad.lra-. I. I 1 1 C.rpantar. Rood. Slrallord, London. Enalind. ha. applied for the rrantralion of a i. Ja mark •<• Part A ol Raai.lrr In -.peci ol CSMMCSl ubaUMM uM in 11 anulartura*. phnlnaraphy. or phllnan. 1 I'lcal raaaarch. nd urn imrntnat. tub• /.iien .lard . tod or M inajrMtonta in lid. flavdurlng aaaan.a. (or bavar-aaa. la. raaantial nlla. and will Da -•tllM How's Your Cooling System ? Well Check Your Radiator and Pump .-. %  the %  M JamH In lha Mflco M oppouiion of oorh Tha trade mark ran bo a 1 MM btark 1 1 1 \t Ml /.V7V//V//'/aV.*/.V.'.'aV>'MW; 1 %  • 1. COI JrtAN I.IMITTI) K 1 appl Man ni rdi, al prepar and will bo % %  .tied BUM %  (!•• one lh M, iinlaai n 1 pa<' -.airhll .1 .nl-al. |„ ajM m m ofStc rMfMBMI OW WBaLsAMi Rr> 1 Trade Mark. Tor n radiant shine whi exinbilinc Ins work at (be Musti.n: u v. illinj 1 K Uon io a Unuted numbei ol I; pupilm ;ir.iwini'. and ^ paintini: in oft! and watercnlmirs studio. Avenue. Telephm 4 1 U lily and willi U ALL-WHITE IXiHCEI.AIN OEYSEII hut bath is obtain a bio in a matter ot minutes MORNING. NOON, or NIGHT ,ti Vmir GOJ ShoBjrdowit 'ii l"Ki' id-dan /"*"> mmT next BSS|B BRITISH BERGOUGNAN TYRES LVpondable Performanc* — their recommend.itii.il + "NEW TYPE" HEAVY DUTY GIANT Wider tread patterr. >f unparsUeled depth. 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r.\r.r nr.iiT IlARB.inoS \DVOCtTF. TIII'KSDW J \M MIV in. I1B WEST INDIES SCORE 327 I.Ol / DALE SYDNEY, -Ian. 10. ALAN HAE toxik advantage of the opportunity lo pnctl :iniry match it Lauri I 1 10'i out "I ihi v. %  of W. It VM %  ouad iiiimi^ and with Marshall who Ron 30 still MflWing from has log, it may bo Iho prolucta l n-luin fa tlir Filth Tit J2 ami June-. 4*1 v.cu> >' % % % %  %  M bitE ^SK" a .rid of BB—both hitting ixQ es ami It dderd dm noi u.i owipo to .< *""""* thnw.t il %  I lost thru 19 In i>>< aecond innli id \-itli nine I1.1 I.M.i. %  b DUpfc-r in I* OFWWV H xn Total ifor I ki SI ory Ol A Famous Team Hi IIIII \ % % %  i.i ..\.\ SPORTSMEN OF THE YEAR lit I II I MC OOWBAM %  i>n. IJlll..r of Ihe I.ondoa r.\rnhi* Ve' ; Iph Turpin is Bi item's outstanding sportsman of 1051 That I %  :. opinj of a large body of sporting members ol Britain'g Sport Wrtt< who recently concluded their annual ballot. 1 %  I i %  % %  < lUoo without any question or i i done most ijui and inI Irawli unlucky not to ii Or Euroan country he pha* in"i eay teed. But in Brfl rhph i %  rage i 'i' 1 lad about oydlri I Continental counterpart—which i Duke (motet odd, since Britain gave 'he ano4 rid and .-till build* manj •i i r th.beat bl< vt-iiHarrl I a poll in taw. In 195). when he • %  i won the world pi I r> insjMengbJn lor the tbu I la succession (an unp:ir.iU.*l<-l feat) he dropped to second place. A curlou c pubh> opinion. :t\Hiritr For Olympic Tille Roger Binnisier. No. 3 on the hit. u already the generallyl.ivotll III' fCM 'tl TOT'I'I.' Icadii s Turpn more th.n Harris. Other %  i subatan%  %  the Brit lumping teem at the 1852 Olym: % %  (. youni But 1 >1 JL jy Lrr^LH • %  m wm IJfl one of UfO ton teams in nd flvi_ifam. % %  %  .' aides. SIM h famous 1 evei no 1901 li becai the £> Mont, Video, south of 1 %  ..lined — to win the root td Spurs finished Cup. bltl : ''"> "pwtinii and successful %  %  | :li Olympic l,W-metra title .it Hell who ink.. Thr* tall, quietly eonflden! bid Brttatn'a chief %  %  winner of thiDtatnon I | %  cording theory, i : WOO ir.il the world' himself thoughtful tour uy winiiin^ all %  1 94)|__ mat* "< %  • "ii a goal n i 19)51 win '-'" the cluu the top of the Si %  %  ion in : %  %  "' \ hp in UHMlant' "f the I'h.im.i I | U whi :.: %  %  %  %  goal-krcpai Qltchburn, lull backi 1 hall N %  le^ and the i%  uti in. in .o %  liShcd dob, and it wai from thr ol the -in ket club that i| port in tneat aenj deyi ol pioneer lootbail wmafi the cfoaaoai wai ed by .i piece of tjpe iid a tinglv footb-n bad to last a %  iut Ihrouuliout a season, dared their share of trials and trOmlations Within l'l-%rtl i.liur *2 %  % %  I • dual ofTthetr modest but %  : PtW %  • etc* Wlean atari tl '" piece in ., t. ..in ,.t iky %  live <>l the Cambridge bo %  bei n M Jennens, the stroke, or Brinn %  lani <;real In Oefeal %  o>'ipii TurpLn would bead A^ ihe flrtt Briton lu win th %  World iiinldlrwt i. Ilf Il4)lj I -.inmon*. VOUttg Turpin has tted K.oKdom riKht bnek 1 na beaten %  i a rurptn em l i London, %  Grounda in Hew York. M) ipuil n is lhat t;i i. i. a in en bean In victoryti-t TurEver* year the membern ol Hrluiir* Sp.ttWriter*' Auorijlinn hold ballot to iinil ihr >l\ sportsmen whn have done meal diirlnc thr year In Intern*llonal M>ort to iipliuld lint.in prc-IlciIn Uielr l^lesl pollthey have rhosen as Sportsman of thr %  Tear tinformer unrlrf middleweight IM.\-UI rhamplon. Randolph Turpin. IN riRMT luuinfi Oerry Oontat caughi by Lamjley on John-tone far four. Left to right Laugley, _MUler. Ian Joknacn. Eing. Oomer. ,, PresapkOM Brightening English Cricket Br I'lilK IVIUOM thoG we unAS wc are aooroiii-iuiii: it hreakneek %  o i in entirely m r diUon.ignpoata which turns so that an OVt '' rcr,uin ly like to s%  pavlUOfi ; fatore. nily something drastic must be II it nilput (niv. teket.l I nel H. s Rait Kei i %  imaginative put eUddleaex and BnaSaii %  %  %  i i.tv 11 a.m. lo Zl 61 toi lunch. 3 pan I %  ,...!.,, 110.B20 i tors. First (Same With Arsenal A ii YUUIIK Hen's ii'i.'ti.i %  uui name i>t Tottenham into cup toot(...II. anvak whin the .lot flvt itoab to two Two y* Toitcnbara pleyi I i \ i I d i %  [ghllght of I, t : %  I . %  i i Vs favoui the Spin %  %  Uud n a pun af the B ui wild : %  lo Lot don for %  % %  a %  no other Hub in tl tronh) from In ION %  %  %  Poslponr Strike sumnv In that i Kingdom rootbaB .... „, to %  dvaacad to tna moat tonnkUblt %  %  %  ,.. No i so f the Second Division in its appearance Inc. W W li 1953 tot I Mi", think h has the now. He baa run toa %  „ b .i. BUM l **t'" wlnnli nwrfnWM ni"!h Amateur Athletic to-, • %  .• %  %  •. %  conds. ..nd. in Phlbsdelph a.hen inbe if the heo taakntt l a America, be returned betting. "SIS. /I i B^-Should ,, .„ i..r, \'Z r J k 1 'Z"''„ A,m> ',' ; II meet ai lie. With the 'itioolb"" **— %  1OT0. to the top of the First DiII. lulling .if SUaafl %  Ide of the itun . I bi %  i i FALLEN Ot I'M ind engagini! amlle, baa this year g |„ i ..'I'd I.III %  < if beyond all doul I | ii iior-cyi %  piodueei. In atddtl u atead of one, jpth junmr and aenloc Tourk i boui I Ti"Pturacea In the i,i,of M,,,. be bt i %  i. %  .i the oppi %  "double' [tan Grand r, i %  | %  %  inp an%  h %  Advantage* %  in iwi 11b %  y lulkner, tn The bringing the 1951 Open cruunpica on ,h -' ship back to Britain nehfc %  %  %  thai h;.been vei argi %  %  ._ — > %  in con-J %  i. t cat in Ille di %  aittri thai i i i wee In the dl| %  1 UTS YOU BDEAIHEI It's a grand Vickalnh-tertoc.u' take one or i*o %  .MI pi the % % %  it* i'. i rot Broncea, c. BmWO .inn 1. I %  .1 %  ttttangi. Througho %  ustang '.MI. unfortunate in : DMBdl I Of irtunitics. Thej %  ii%  %  %  KeadMii Hal I Chiefs Of Slaffs Will Discuss Asia's Defence HAVANA. Jan R The Restaurant, hotel and night club Workers' Ul claims approximately 10.00" 9 era, agreed to postpone until J % %  iRih the Cube-wide gen WASHINGTON Jan Vdei MIDefence I". %  i I The Union 1 National < mbl %  %  %  I %  %  I %  truce" on condition th;it the l %  • %  iiinualion ol iti ... ,..i >. aubject held n unmuniM 17th veMinti nrderinc th. i Singapon ml May.' %  i understoi ah '.nd the i fidn' —I'.P. %  A. ; %  u Churchi] I _rr They'll l> U livery t'imt; ri irrnc r/awwKS ODTHER.CJTO; *R BRJS-'r 0 -S MS. R -CVFS iDTWTO MAKE IT Ng '."" % %  • MOMAAH! A.-IOU PW-i££Z£ KX.D Sni_L?l WCRE aof-a io f •JUt OXi-: AXD 1R no! E C*L! KRtXt >CU lDLCXXlCW? 6: %  — H|imnn li itlo RLOJG G0ME5 IMCLE UJSHWELL,FEEtiNa VB?y 6Ay--i.f JVES THE K OS HEAO ICaaftauiHAfL -_E0 F1EL0 OP HAV— G£ ^., v WEATHER REPORT aTBaTRKDAI Italiilall irom < odrin lolsl rainfall for II t.. date: .ai in lli.Mli .1 1 .nil" f-.iir ; MJ 1. I % %  i-i 11 oi|i-i iiun 71.3 . Wlad Vetw ii. in i lie. per IViromelei ; i'i i m 30.031: |J p.m.* I*'*'.!. TODAY lanriM fill a.m. Bengali Ml p.m kTeea i ir-t Qaarb r Janu* arv 4. 1 lebtnit. ti ota rm Illnh TideUN a.m.. I.5§ Law Tide: Sift a in.. .S1 p.m DccMlbn. while rice. u ; jg W hal's on TocluA (irand Sesalon*. Murder Case — fourth dayV hearing or tin (I. \ „ • Baht murder case—J Police f <>iir tand Court ol Original Jurikdtrlion — IB a.m. TrL.1 (lamr it henslngtim1 pm Mohile I niriua at l.m I'aalunSi Joseph—7.30 p.m. Police Band at Queen s Park 7.IS p.m. Inaaal VarieU I nneerl MIHIJI Hospital—H p.m %  just as much as the idn .iti pubb %  i I gg arc put ton %  i-i with 'or eoui 'Whs 1 ii ba don What that all which at I* WARSHIPS TO VISIT BARBADOS : nned that His MaJtOty'a le,onshlre i Knard Bav ill visit Barbal ITIOM LI — \l.l \ I-'+*+*&**• '*'+**'*'*'*•*;'. vs.-,'.'.'.'.;'.:::::'.t i Longest One <; %  700—1.000 *n feet. MED, OBEY BLACK in di rial Mi ..'ure WILKINSON & HUMS HI.. LTD. %  '.



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applying rlgXrTOU moral Integrity In ti %  %  ndina and UM I protecim Mostly. * .1 time ilkfl in the • i another wo* %  %  un on out Defence P Q %  Coil, ma Re team fancy Uolass, s Hepori %  %  %  % %  D %  %  Jni ini ... ,„ ii,, %  %  Government i %  I i %  %  %  % %  %  who lold %  %  %  I \ tad he Nu • assurance tti ..* %  %  %  %  %  i %  IS'dos. T'tUttl To He Combine*! in travel til in HI in ll.irba %  %  | rho I %  %  ..i the R M s I U 1 have an cquipp, %  to inflict puaiahlni %  we in not building an active U earrj on %  full ac tie war, but we % %  have tn." Anii-lnflaliiin Laws Truman said, %  one of UM %  %  • %  to repair I Uon lawe" •' e lino on %  il he < ,ii,-.i aound don policies. 1 i i get for .i new i %  might be Harden hit bg %  economic aid. hwJudin Aid Fee humpr %  ident foresaw a future in which Europe depend on aid from this country. %  must be ami In B large have diracted that weepom | Mindful thai tfc the President expressed the hope that democrats and Ii, could Blr DOM "withour bi-partisan %  Republican lea tion the existence of such a *'bithoae who think thl mid ease up in Its global light for i i reminder. 'The %  : war Ii rull vei %  -let's not get caught off guard eg Truman had one major depar. 4 %  %  taagC text .ind it earned him a round of applause wtaan he %  than on> ipenditurei I i II would 'he developments • i (fit whole world %  o we v re to stomach %  to fight and unless we tight that nd win it. wr cannot win 'he coU he hot one ~t*.P. 2 British Soldi.rs Killtil lii Isniailia CAIRO I %  %  %  iinded as lh r result of iin exchange ol fir* bcips. .md unknown | '' %  %  The rommiiiu'i'i' said thai %  > W — r.p, known %  • \dvo.1 • %  rn-Mayei I %  ., %  'nit (<" %  M • %  Indies, be wU! %  Bar! I Bin*. ng me in Cape Town are • %  -. and KM special i South Africa," he Mid ...... technicolour and will i* i approjrinuteiy is.uoo arid. They ecordad In five different ,rnl Uu Fnglish version in ited by him. ('niistrucliw Aim lad purpose i %  U un on Bur bit do* i * lined, lid not bt icing enough lo on a nil Hi was, however, Vying to g' .'' %  icsling sidelights. return to Barbados tit a 1 %  Of doing %  full subject on the %  .u BarKidos m he waa prowhlte picturai .: M tht • lime, he i roI ibbcaii C wealth Finance Ministers Talks To Open Jan. 15 It* HAROLD .i UtD I ONDON, Jan. B. Preparationi are already undarwi. tl D liunonwt altfa Finance Minister! Conference opening on January IB to ;!< %  ...i.ivci.i cruui the Stc b -' %  I ad in lu i %  : %  re Bterling area including Britain, the ionwealth except Canada, and %  few DHW > countrie* have only S2.:t50.nno.DOO remauUng in the Treasury. I hat %  alia of the B • ., II A. Butler. 'p' 11 WVle quarter of Mid that the loss could Resigns A us tra lia Sh i/is Sugar hi Hulk Ion. 9. %  %  A "signn.en Ion from laai condl %  ding th4 %  tf.SOO ton.i at tl ^SELS. Jan. 9 I It. : %  %  i.in Party. %  (; i P inortly bat ibmlt th< Ii MS in King Itaudnuin Joeeph I'hollen. 67. %  %  %  meat Pbollen, head of Bel i ni since August 15. 1950, shortly aft* ,'omise on %  signation stemmed from Internal %  %  Opposition, let! by thl r Premier Paul Henri Spnok. would come u> %  %  It %  > ved that King Baudouin would accept UM Qovenunei t>osed entirely Of T' %  %  I %  it* place %  ' n both Internal ind i 1 U %  ilj on the %  pa pew, which norrneili %  %  i %  1 handling of the rallor dustrlal strike threat last October %  until it i' Ike might really take pla. % %  Then it gave h -I' be allowed t" continue. He Intendi i UM Com monwealth. He will Drepare all data to that i tl i :mg more eai ning it isue of UJ* United Ha %  Laboui Prli • .vi i. iver a real came to Vlaablngiati %  .. .llll,. Ol.l . i A to have ICUJ uii.it he wanted The co nun u n ique paid %  under the arrang i defence, the UA has the igM certain bases in the Onfted Kingdom re-enVm tlie underlandlng thai the *e of thne bases In an emergeiuy would be A matter foi joint decutoc bo rlM IfaMM) Ocrtren m il and the U B, Qovanuneni in Iha light jl drcumsun. >.>. prevaiUaa .it the Kiiropeiiii Army Othi bighUgnl "i the romiiiiini. %  u ntinue with rifl< %  %  hat bo; %  •until, iii produce the • %  liAe* onl> un AN. md, Naval ConmaB I r ugiv,-,| •„, (oril.n it. Chun hi] Buprem h maneM I. iStern Hrohliins ri Ban Vur ovei rid to counter the Commui lit tl Lran ,, I Churchill pledged full m i K peace Is restored ;mci welcomed •he three power mUHary confernee wltii i u III MJUttl I I Mil.on I %  levelopmenl and proaper U j ol urea The < ommuniquc < i the ciop) %  B -si Command he set .... i. %  . Kgypl. .Vi: BOBBY KIHIIUl.. Uie Bsrbadix I'lihbcitv (' tain of the H Oaroala h Mi B4 I II for the "Caronls" s bwket of i %  odor* Thslwsll la Cap ; I Ci f.lit local flU'I V aft ,.! t areeiia |M,1H luns) I % %  and ual I u the 1952 U for ii.il-lutdus ii left Barl o'clock Ii Soon jiU'i .iirival Mi B >bb Maau Hanachi 11 L i i %  i %  i the captain, Con i It C, Tiielu. |l. O.B.K R.D., R.N.R., e bouqi i I Freighter In Distress 3BATTU Is B ii. r -iits Pena svit^mMa with 46 crewnv celled '"i .."i I. tht northern P n ^^ %  15-foot N hold thmugti .1 imck in her hull. Bt fought I %  %  Thi l*rnn> H..I... %  %  Uld so ord IM*. E. Gernuui} H l je if trine' Adrift RAUfOUTH, Km : u ... of tu pltchlni Ii .1 1 gel a tow-line on Uu I rVtBf fnirrariw. The cracked Ireigntei %  1 %  Ifoot End Tn. low -line from tui! Tarmoll ,1 t 'id .. % %  to get thtnew Mi 1 K* ith liiirinul ling for 1 .1 bignil to tin I I nUrPris. 1 I 1' ,II %  The %  1 1 1 %  %  1 %  %  dairy Oriticitws Governor F ul< rairio' drift %  %  g b> and %  %  trying to to which ri* •J.e shortC'omtnon• %  fact that %  ing rate through%  iTiportant • 10 lie taken by to stem Inflation which j,ll age .1a direct c^u^e of adverse balance of payc red it restrictions. nd wide — V P. 1 NAliA. Jan 1* public melting %  %  to retan. | i peci.il Arun the 1U u luw and order by milltai I Uw WI B 1 nd %  ning to fight the msiti< start to fin icing and StH'ial Adviser h, \isil W.I. I.... C(l(|< ,i %  %  %  %  %  %  %  PYellminarj Hearing was murrii %  %  %  people 1 iO time he h A On I'age 5


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I-STAHI.IMIED 1895
THIRSDA1! JANUARY 11), 1952
MUCK i
U.S. Must Step Up Re-armament Drive
Truman Says In State u.k. Can
Of Union Message feffl
MM HIS IS' W1MOMI
WASHINGTON, Jan. 9.
rrunan, in the annual State ol the i
ttejoti Congrenaumi
ahead m the rearmamenl
ill vary real".
Wrh :; ton ChurchiU in the
olemnly tuld the nation that 1052 is
a crucial year m the Free World daft i
i i'li the warning wltJ
said
n we drive ahead with courage i nd .
m'n.v .. thtendoflM
it forth .'.in beat effort! ________

Corruption
Truni.n (corrup-
tion in hi
pledge to weed out end punish
.
:ii did not (
; out thr


d Invited Conai
operate in thai <
Truman said
should do -.,; too. "b>
applying rlgXrTOU
moral Integrity In ti

ndina and um i
protecim
Mostly.
' *
* .1 time
ilkfl in the
i another wo*

un on out
Defence P
Q

Coil, ma Re team
fancy Uolass, s
Hepori

D .
Jni ini ... , ii,,
.
Government i

I
i


who lold
'

I
\ tad he Nu
assurance tti..*
'

i
IS'dos. T'tUttl To
He Combine*!
in travel til in
HI in ll.irba

, |
rho I

..i
. the R M s
I
U
1
have an cquipp,

to inflict puaiahlni

we in not build-
ing an active U
earrj on full ac tie war, but we

have tn."
Anii-lnflaliiin Laws
Truman said, '

-
one of Um
to repair I
Uon lawe"
' e lino on

il he < ,ii,-.i aound
don policies.
1
i
i get for .i
new i

might be Harden hit bg

economic aid. hwJudin
-
Aid Fee humpr
ident foresaw a
future in which Europe
depend on aid from this country.
.
must be ami In b large
have di-
racted that weepom |
Mindful thai tfc
the President expressed the hope
that democrats and Ii- ,
could Blr DOM "with-
our bi-partisan

Republican lea
tion the existence of such a *'bi-
thoae who
think thl mid ease up
in Its global light for i i
reminder. 'The
: war Ii rull vei
-let's not
get caught off guard eg
Truman had one major depar-
. 4
taagC text .ind it earned
him a round of applause wtaan he

than on> ipenditurei
I i II would
'he developments
i (fit whole world
o we v re to stomach

to fight and unless we tight that
nd win it. wr cannot win
'he coU he hot one
~t*.P.
2 British Soldi.rs
Killtil lii Isniailia
CAIRO I
'

iinded as lhr re-
sult of iin exchange ol fir* bc-
ips. .md unknown
|
''

The rommiiiu'i'i' said thai >
W .....
* r.p,
known
.
\dvo-
.1
.
rn-Mayei
I
.,
'nit (<" M
Indies, be wU!
Bar!
I Bin*.
ng me in Cape Town are
-. and
KM special
i South Africa," he Mid
......
technicolour and will i*
i approjrinuteiy is.uoo
arid. They
ecordad In five different
,rnl Uu Fnglish version
in ited by him.
('niistrucliw Aim
lad purpose i -

.
U .
.....
un on Bur bit do*
i * lined,
lid not bt
icing enough lo on a nil
Hi was, however, Vying to g'
.''icsling sidelights.
return to Barbados tit a 1

Of doing full subject on the
.u Bar-
Kidos m he waa pro-
whlte picturai
.: M tht lime, he i ro-
I
ibbcaii "
C wealth Finance
Ministers Talks
To Open Jan. 15
It* HAROLD .i UtD
I ONDON, Jan. B.
Preparationi are already undarwi. tl D liunonwt altfa
Finance Minister! Conference opening on January IB to
;!< ...i.ivci.i cruui the Stc b -' I ad in lu
i : re Bterling area including Britain, the
ionwealth except Canada, and few dhw > countrie*
have only S2.:t50.nno.DOO remauUng in the Treasury.
I hat alia of the
B* ., ii a. Butler.
'p'11" WVle quarter of
Mid that the loss could
Resigns

A us tra lia Sh i/is
Sugar hi Hulk
Ion. 9.

A
"signn.en
Ion from
laai condl
ding th4
tf.SOO ton.i at tl
^SELS. Jan. 9 I
It. :

i.in Party.
.
(; i
P
inortly bat ibmlt th<
Ii ms in King Itaudnuin
. Joeeph I'hollen. 67.


meat
Pbollen,
head of Bel
i ni since August 15. 1950,
shortly aft* ,'omise on

signation stemmed from Internal

' Opposi-
tion, let! by thl r Premier
Paul Henri Spnok. would come u>

It > ved that
King Baudouin would accept UM
Qovenunei
' t>osed en-
tirely Of T' .
I
it* place
'
' n both Internal ind i1 U

ilj on the

pa pew, which norrneili

i

1
handling of the rallor
dustrlal strike threat last October

until it i'
Ike might really take pla.
Then it gave h
-I'
be allowed t" continue. He
Intendi
i Um Com
monwealth.
He will Drepare all data to
that i tl i
:mg more
eai ning it -
. isue of U nee Is wbethai
Ututlon Ii

. q aki thi
r i
in; ports and internal economic*
. :
.'.* made by Indi-
vidual members attending tho

would cek to preeanl I

ig Area
IMIar. To Spend
want
pond dollars foi esaentlal fo Othi i ountrlaa. hk<
Auvtrali^ and New Zealand wan
1 i

Tn
.
liound to be dirn.iiU. but il was
not expecte members

ng A

b% a ii st n,\i moan
WASHINGTON, Jan. .
i.r,. i .in Trunu*

uie Of American au bases in
Britain i ,
A
munaque on iiv
e Churchl l-Truman
to work
arith oth< frti I ii;-
i "We -lo
table, fins
. uj ,...i. u We
willing at any unw
i
,
i the peace of the ^urid.
i- long Ume Btiujud i>j*
United
Ha
Laboui Prli
.vi i. iver a real
came to Vlaablngiati
. .. .llll,. Ol.l
. .
. i a to have
icUj uii.it he wanted
The conununique paid under
the arrang
i defence, the UA has the igM
certain bases in the Onfted
Kingdom re-enVm tlie under-
landlng thai the *e of thne
bases In an emergeiuy would be
a matter foi joint decutoc bo rlM
IfaMM) Ocrtren m il and the
U B, Qovanuneni in Iha light jl
drcumsun. >.>. prevaiUaa .it the
Kiiropeiiii Army
Othi bighUgnl "i the rom-
iiiiini -Anglo-Aj detei mlnatlofl
ip encourage the devaloi
\ tny, win- h would
IndUde ..:r:,.
lull and equal parUMI '
di Oermany .md Euro-
pean integration, the eornmuniojue
said in pert Gov
rnenta in eoaaanie to alvi lull
lO the rfforts now l--ni
1 ap#u T'-
rence Oornmunity and will land
IndefraMa pos>-
.
u
ntinue with rifl<

hat bo;
until, iii produce the
liAe* onl> un
an.md, Naval ConmaB I
r
ugiv,-,| , (oril.n
it. Chun hi]
Buprem h maneM
I. iStern Hrohliins
ri Ban Vur ovei rid
to counter the Commui lit tl
Lran ,, .
I
Churchill pledged full m i
K
peace Is restored ;mci welcomed
he three power mUHary confer-
nee wltii i u
III MJUttl
.
I I Mil.on .....I

levelopmenl and proaperUj ol
urea The < ommuniquc < i
the ciop)
B -si Command he set
....
i. ,
Kgypl.
.Vi: BOBBY KIHIIUl..
Uie Bsrbadix I'lihbcitv ('
tain of the HOaroalah Mi B4 I II
for the "Caronls"
s bwket of
i
odor* Thslwsll la Cap
; I Ci f.lit local fl "Caronia' Brings
287 Tour is Is
SH< >U'I V aft
,.! t areeiia |M,1H luns)
I . and ual.....I u the 1952 U
for ii.il-lutdus ii left Barl
o'clock Ii
Soon jiU'i .iirival Mi B >bb
Maau Hanachi 11 L
. i i ' i i the captain, Con i
It C, Tiielu. |l. O.B.K R.D., R.N.R., e bouqi i I
-
Freighter In
Distress
3BATTU Is B
ii. r -iits Pena
svit^mMa with 46 crewnv
celled '"i .."i I. tht
northern P........n ^^
15-foot
N
hold thmugti .1 imck in her hull.
Bt fought I
*

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IM*.
E. Gernuui} Hlje 1 N Inapection I Man
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Murder
Case
Legal Argument To-day


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11,

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turning 11.

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1 .1 ked I

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At that
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asked Ihe CI
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Accuseds Statement

on

n
lr;iii Churchill imd Trumni.
wiomI by
' Recon-

olving the Iranian Ml p

nan and Churchill

Atlanlir
1 h*ganJaauon.
i'.p.
CRICKET NEWS
LUNCH HCORE
In the match between T.
main, .ind the We-i Indicn at
Laoncs-ton. Tasmania wtre u.
rnn for the lot" of three wick
eta st lunch time to-day.
'flying tin t<> if trine'
Adrift
RAUfOUTH, Km : u .
...
of tu pltchlni
Ii .1 1
gel a tow-line on Uu I rVtBf
fnirrariw. The cracked Ireigntei
1 .
Ifoot
End Tn.
low -line from tui! Tarmoll
,1 t 'id ..
to get tht- new Mi 1
K* ith
liiirinul ling for
1
.1 bignil to tin I
I nUrPris.
1 I
1' ,ii

The
1
1
1


1

dairy Oriticitws
Governor
F ul< rairio'
-
drift

g b> and
.

.
trying to
to which '
ri*
J.e short-
C'omtnon-
fact that

ing rate through-

iTiportant
-
10 lie taken by
. to stem Infla-
tion which j,ll age .1- a direct
c^u^e of adverse balance of pay-
c red it restrictions.
nd wide
V P.
1 NAliA. Jan 1*
public melting ,


to retan. |
i
peci.il Arun
the
. 1- U u
luw and order by milltai
I Uw WI
B 1 nd
ning to fight the msiti<
start to fin
icing and
StH'ial Adviser
h, \isil W.I.
I.... C(l(|< , pom
Mi. Will.

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Ilohl Vccommodatioo
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FALSE If I HOUR DENIED

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1 been cir-
culated datlon

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PAGE TWO
BARBADOS ADVOf \TR
tiii:rsi>ay. JAN1 \i:v it, i:,2
HI
I ...
IVvwi-
afeke d ft.narsl Hit
from 8lh !.. '4th Febru-
For Colonial Office THI
SK I M i,
i .1 ran*



April, 15U.
Canadian Senator
S: IMBER1
of CMlMl > I
.ccompanied by hi.* wile
and daughter Loss Bsra In bran
morning by
l" i A to spend apin>
wembw of
Parliament


> t'.ti
' was for
nan) fun .1 c hum" '"i".' t., -t.i
IWrtnlo Qiao* BOH Um OUb.
-nal Mall.
Not on Board
Two of OerauVa/s i
Canada
I visit lo Barbe-
wiule Dit-y are noil

I IBM.
IC iribbean
( aiaatta
mas but he was not or. i
Qnhib Calling
M
Mr
One of the Ten
rROMAI B DAVIS
Eighth Visit
Mi; a i v.y>: (

i ! New
d by Mrs..
:. tha ('rwnia OB
Ha told Carib thai it waa bat
i ( ronla and
his IKili cnuM for GO days or
longer. I
eighth tiip til Bajfbadoi whara ha
was always happy to i<
spend an houi M taro with 'he
natives whom he had always
I peaceful
Friends
A the paaaani

< araala which called hare
i
Ihc Rt, ii t m ii d I Savryei
i i i
Kin Pannsylvanla. He was
...
Bishop Sawyci arho ctaa visited
evera
last hero In IMS.
Back to Trinidad
MR. L. CLYDE COZIER who
bean ajiaudlaa tha
itldays with Ms
tn Trinidad "i>
morning bj B.W.I A.
i IED I novel
I.-lib training College
Graduate
MF( ALFRKIi | BOl
of Mr. and M |
I
Carlbbaafl rralnlnj ( oik .

and Publiabu
Me will
' art) thai
. .
Ief.el.ei Barbados
cart; in isu wTli also be fan baraa
of the musk In the a>angaUetk

Mr was lUM a member of the
Cofnbarmere a> bool 01* ciui.
ittandad iwfore
gDlng lO f'l lliid.id. Me spent live
years at the Caribbean Training
Collage stances, Trinidad, and
graduated in December 1951 as a
Technical Course
Cl Um Bar-
bados Starr of | i
Wireless (West Indli ii
recently sal an Examination with
.. view to qualifying fur a course
iii the leohnlcel Haa >f the Com-
SI c i..
'Sunny" Oilkes and N. W Smith
i oUi produced art of very cred-
rul have boon
for tha 1852 course.
ii Is hot win SJit
i.n CulumMr hi April and are
Ukabj tn u- away tron I
for about tWOni) months. Tile
Ural part ol their tunning will
be given Ib London, i>ut for the
i' UOB Hiiv a ill gD to
Iha Company*. Real k ntk i Braool
.ii Cornwall.
BM tan
.,. .
on the l( M s < aronla.
kl that she had
UK Wi but this
. led around
i . ..nd had made six
the t sreaaa
. aa m ihe I
Auton.obile Bible
P\SMM. through Barbados
yckterday on the It MS
-ranla was Mrs. George r.
Slocum. President and
the Bible
tl0 Industry.
id that Um lutrsmouve
.... pubtlcaUon with
4 4b)KK) which is ,,,,,.,., \f,.,uv inU M", : :MAI "S
,.i on the * rt.A Operation Manager
larviiia OB world cruise last for 'he Atlantic arrlvt
year, but this was her first visit Montreal yesterday by T.C.A and
MM said that
the had a wonderful trip do'
Mr. MAt RIO; M.C.KK.OK
T.C.A's Operations
Manager
Ni
be
k and was delighted
in Barbados on such a
B.C. Footballer
F.0WARI1 VAN GEN-
ill be (. i nlmatcly
H IS a guest at tha
. .'
Ml McGregor Is one of T.CA's
original pilots and Joined. Use
company In Bepti bat IMj7. tie
pilot on the "plane which
Talking Point
(iVl DRUKN. British Guiana in- inaugurated TCA's first passen-
tercolonlal footballer is at present ger-ing flight between Van-
-.penning two months' holiday i.> couver and Seattle. A year latl
BarbadkM hfe arrived hara over the he Hew "he first T.CA. "plane in
l from St. Lucia and has regul.it inr mail service between
s VtBCanl since he Winnipeg and Vancouver. In 1940
ktfl BHUah Guiana. ho ** ma ii.s usual postt.......i Iha B.Q '"'"" of iTlght
team is centra-forward. Ha hopes Vancouver. In 1941 b.
tobehrmtoraestaneofthelrTal 2E*^, ZF'^'J^V?'
toojba..^ in action. Mr Van Gen- J{*J*- J*J.
deren is a Jeweller In George- prrtrnl ,,,Kl in Alllll. 1MS. As
U>wn- ...... w AUantlc OperaUo..
Uurmg his holiday here he is McGregor *as oparatlonaj )urts-
tajrng at a house in Worthing diction over all of TCA's
View. ovaneai Tateei which extend to
Engaged 'he United K Bermuda
Till- angaleal is announced *"ld lo 'he Caribbean area
in London of Mr. F. G.
i Smith, second son of Mr.
C 0. Smith. Headmaster of S'.
.:.. S-i.,-.| St. Andrru
to Mlas Lois E. DOUglaa, Orde
daughter of the late Dr. R. Douglas
and Mm. M. Douglas of Kingston.
In has just passed hi
liar Finals and will be called t
the Bar on February 5. 1952. Mis
Douglas is n Medical student a
Aberdeen University. Scotland.
Photographer
SEEM taking . number of pic-
< i at the Bagitage Ware-
house yesterday was Mr. C. G.
i \i-su ell (iilh lal IViotographer
-.f the H.MS Carasua
A native of Gloucestershire, he
was foniii'iiv i f'-...iiii.- ptao-
toitrapher umki-.t for a number
of papers in Sussex for the past
ii before rintng the
Coronla about a month ago.
Hollywood
Round-
HOLLYWOOD. Jan. 8.
ii chiefs
hind the scenes bat-It

interests to brtnj
( rely into
. have won
ilia far.
With the exception *.f major
l>oxing events televi'a .
rcurt to select
vie theatres all othei
or atti actions have been sent
llMIlk
rooms eountrvwi.le d
R eks.
Theatre bosses are yet to lau
.i ins-scale determined bid
'lese attractions away f
Cl annels Of tcl.-.
< rnt instance is the annual Ros<
Bowl Football classic held at Pas.
miens. Los Angeles suburbs. A
' .Mich was
t. be televised across the Uniteo
Stjtes by the National Broad-
tporallon. was
ered by theatre interests withi
i fight. Not since Loc
i:roup, has New York
I
tele-
Sugar Ray Rohi
Itandolph Turpin middlewemh'.
championship bout, has any the:t-1
tre group lieen able exclusive!'
to telecast such an event ni vfj
ual consumption of cinema pat-,
rons.
FURNISH
\<>\\ sad sv\E
',-,*,--.--.',-,',',-.--'.--'.*---'.'-'---'
Rt member to send y
friend* Overseas a Copy
of the
BARBADOS
ANNUAL
REVIEW
COPY
^ At Advocate Stationery.
Rohrrt* SUtton"* *"
I u.aUierhead'. Drac Store
scjpped television mogul.
Ratee with cxciudv.
lashion News
lor Men Onh
Work
Ay .

hni ir setrlei many prob-
Incidental Intelligence
i, INCOLN'S Gettysburg address
I L< contained 266 words. The
. i .
words. The DeclaraUon of Inde-
ialne about i.9ot)
words. But the office of Price
u ordai Bxkng prices
for cabbages contains 26,911 word.-
Irthttr Miller. Nr-
braake
-L.E.S.
CROSSWORD
B\ THE WAY
By Beachcomber
A MAN sat at table talking
with his mouth till
bar, by the fire, who could
doi iintiria] ad i ai.ij of what
his son was aaylng, cried out
agO, when VOU
ware nine, I began to correct tali
evil halnl Of rOUn Sum- then
I bin corutantl
grossness of talking with the
mouth full My reproofs have had
the table,
til] munohing. made in unintelli-
gible sound. "Swallow M)in fi--t
ii ipeah!"
father, "You i ant tmkam this
f0Od,M interjected an aunl It |
Ufca furniture' The oM BUU
looked at her in ainazement.
"What an uttai ly
lion." he said.
Now tin, man si
was wearing his s
back t" fi'Bit and bis Ii -i, i
tcoal hung
limply d I
a comic breastplate, and it was
not buetoued behind The waurt-
iMund the ankles There 0*1
bunching round tha
then, as Uie trousers n>>t nap
rower, they ware pulled Ughtar,
The tuin-up.
tin- bones >f aha knee
E could be pulled bo
IkIut wlthoul bursting the
Bo above the
eater had only his lOOee-hanginj
shirt lo keep blrn warm Tnla,
-la fathar noucad ith

Tito,' rrora on. The ow fathei
ngrtly. The
mouth always full.
sat back and wiped hll
mouth being noe
^t^>p|H^^ lalUng The old n
the aunt went Up lo bi
he heard the doors id the UhI
"l!1 ' '.....
with a knowing smile. pfjTnls
trousers on the right way up and
adjusted bis waistcoat Then h>
!>> ararrl up lo his berjro m
Next morning, the old father wai
down ei.ri.v b have a word wWh
his son. before the
started again. But he arai too kite
The son's mouth was already
full, and he eras wearing his hat
strapped to his chest, and hi.
overcoat was tied round his neck.
WHEN ;he aunt, now 6l. eame
'
sung ui
ust have bean
year old when you firs; -
h With Ins mouth full.
I suppose he's too old to
bou i hara was no reply,
MAN Bites Lion," said the
Headline. ar;.| | i, .| no fur-
ther. Mishing to keep mv illu-
sions.. My psychological bureau
tells me that this might happen If
a man, lastly connecting h^ns
with Wtlag, K'>> the thins the
wrong way rourfcL and im ln-
bp au ..t bains braon 1 am n-
ferred, bj Prof. . Mu.i.i...
hjeun, of Uppsala, to the case of
I i i loitnoi "ith a split
i faoh was to put
nouth. One
day I,, put the Uon's bead to ins
Ii ..( It as
would til eomfnrt.iblv The ImmsI
was mi abounded thai it slowlv
Withdrew Its bead nnd stared at
In amtsarraaaad
I if nly iiwr* of I primr
* N in,tuu > ebOUt the doping
to naka
them go Taster i.
tody tam-
pered with Emilia Ru I
i champasjna bafori i '.<
" ilng Sold.tin U 11;.
diva sanj and Bang, Nobodj else
:<'t | Chance. Iloun.itu; ebOUt the
stage like ., bewitched boulder,
-I" .......ii arias fiom a do/en
operas. The oumh slngars left the
tra i topped plaj
proteel from the
wings but -till that mound of
melodj conUnuad to assault the
welkin Finallv she fell. -
rutiarted. Into the orcheetre pit
and -.ok into ee|
with one tag .oiled round an
oboe. The police were anxious to
queation two waasle-faoad men
In arena n and i .>(>- who wen
seen, near Ritu;,i
room earlier in the evening.
Thv sjsWfM / 1'jtffn f t-umi-
T!!l tailure of on cxi-im,.,..
with a machine designed to
''il eight eggs simultaneously
shows up the limil.r
MHHtoO By now there ought to
be egg-boiling machines the size
if prrrret stations, capable of
mass-boiling millions of eggs The
boiled eggs should be coming off
the conveyor-belt* like hot cakes.
mil from .mi, boUing-cantre
l"i lies in U-lt.r still, air. i.ift
should ! rushing the cooked
[roduct to vast storage houses
lere the boiled eggs should In
frozen and chemically treated, to
watl export
Iii akajaafguj
FROM complaints about the
content* of theatre pro-
I gather that the space
" anrad for information about
the play is being swallowed b]
n n levant iidv. rUsements Tl
part of the programme I alwavs
like I* where it says: Tin cigar-
Site lit by Miss Loona Moon in
-let It is supplied by Toffle nnd
Hauihau: Mr. Arthur CVfVrnfl's
lintr-oil conies from Mgiaon Sinar-
ui Prom that it .should not be
much of a jump to Afuj G|;dio
(/reaa^sape cleans her -refh nun
Niilbbo. Mr. Charles .S'nadcoinbc
ju-car* by Mobblefoti's Sel/-Ctip
'^"-1 I
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in. 'VI
In i pa ntins <"i
BhN : i... ! l | i
X HI mirvw-llk* In Ulc rtnf. iS
- in 'ttual hi
il Noiicul
i
t*
Rupert and the Pine Ogre7
'sW IV]
orusen
,t Ii mn hi >>
IS. With 'net o'r* ii na^
eanuaad i*1
j| nr*; HI mellow ri.ndlllufl. <3;
loeraaaed
a* -
H. ldi la uppy nanam. til
15. Out w lo deoena. iSl
uaara
I. risurea or ijMtn trom mr
, aound. <&i
t. A tTiiionmrnl Krtp il
ft. H:> paliitiiis" imliiw wuod. |l"
With which vmi mav remn'-
porejp ill .. ,.L
S. !<* Id ~i w l coia. IB"
V, Condnieriidlns " *>* HI"
alter a lo'm start fTI
\d nowi Ti'ia- in inauUti *1
l. A lest on thl orovea u> o.
esenwue lo <4i
"JO. Otten cost arfori
| rns Bmrhcomber OBI
'
...i.i |. Ton. is I- i d i
"
E~-\r \L t
i
Although there seems no doubt
that certain of the characteristics
which have been Bttritsufad to
Edwardiaimm in men's clothe
will continue to inlluence styling
the time being, a recent
exhibition by a group of West End
tailors *n London gave an Indie -
'.....f testuon troops to come.
Isouble-breasted. worsted, suits
If Instance, showed signs of
squaring-up in the jacket-, giving
UMDI I miliUry look", based on
the outline of the OfBcai
I'.nic.
la the fad thai the t:
-n .:i.. .. |b tie : re istad | r-
ment. some f ..
Olsd the formal "clOBQdT look. OBD
\-' conveye.1 in the m.
ht(!h fastening, double
Jacket. Shoulder and chest an
apuara and fairlv bold UM In
to hip
'" The ain
- to produc
a big, Imposing, character in th
""'. vet edthout auggaratini
tiodvhne features. Thie is
'mm thi
' ifl inverted BO I
If-'1 rial How- o
*>* shntild'"-s ,t"'I !-!>'-
. .
' o or thre ven nno AnH '.-
I that
GLOBE
TO-DAY ISO T.M. \ SHOW IOK Tilt KlllS
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TO-DAY 5 Jk S.30 I'M LAST SHOWS
lth*0lfH Musical
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inn wund. Hullo." t-
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land but ii bra csn ...
Plain Crepes
Pink. Blue. Green. Lemon. White 36'___.....$1.16 per yd.
Blue. Mauve. Green. While 36" ______________98c.
Lemon. Peach. Pink. Rose. Turquoise. White 36 91c """
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YOUR SHOE STORES
Dial 4220
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IN
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Whole Serial
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M. i il Fasteners
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SHIRTS .. .
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TtllRSU.W, JANUAB1 1". KM
BAKBADOS ADVUCATI'.
riot thki.i:
$10,000 For Fishing
Boat Engines
Moilvtnising Tltv Industry
.(a from the Junior Member for Ihc City. M
A E. S. I-ewis, and the Senior Member (Of Christ i
C E. Talma, when the House were debating a Resolu-
tion for $10,000 to add to loans for the rehabilitation i t
the Fishing Industry on Tussday, draw trow Um I
i.inuik, that, "Man
< upporl tin- Ckwenunenl should take
the iri.uhlc to I,mi out whether Government has -i pottt
trtleular thing and not suggest that than
policy." and, "I ha? ret] to eaten

The Resolution was eventually gest that this committee shoul 1
paaOSd. The S1U.0OO is. to enable be -ludc about six
three boat own* n BshentMO from the
i their boats. din> rent gaJung villages.
The Addendum to the lUsolo- three can come from Christ
. dew of 'h.> Church, ens from Silver gentlr.
net .i r. i locn ., ing um on,
pro- Si l_.rcnce.
iiused to increase by $10,000 UM Mr. A. E. %, l.ewt- (L> paid
.i thai M would suggest that if th-
by iti' Plsherfcw Advisors- com- HOBouraba nggesti""
;p there BfeOUl
lansssd number nf fashing fisherman from ttM
roat ... i. ' i"i tun
t ,.|Ml .ll-l- m u. Mwillt)
Prepared Speeches, the request that might be e\-
rron certain qua
Adams referred to speeches ot going to be S10.000 It seem-
wime ml had Spoken th;! man who could invest ow"
>n the previous Resolution to help $10,000 was
He asM that lh<
later tl
cans in with Committal k sad lei
11. tier what G
rnmenl -, ollcy on which tl
they just went on with tneir going u> make these loam," he
tfendlni
H .cas for a some people.*1 Are you encourag-
loan not exceeding M who have pi
of the vahie of tho boats. of mone) te pel oul Ostui
ti.i \ ad i' i I it ihos t ad pi nreveul aah areai going '"
srinen?
Mr I I Vllllrr (LI
had to be pro-
e and thej *houid look tor
Inltnt helping the flaTa- s bettei
I [H mm rtton wei whethe
boats. not Ihe typo of craft being suit
What would you do if?
om lh. '
it'ould von
li Oa m late lax ssrkv
Mti .nil,mliI .in " ill '
It) I.Tt i- .._)> I hr.l nth .it
I.. .Lik .. .>,, ,ik ml-
us ream .< I iBsass lbs
liinlioo In voar r*>tri '
ppo
>uii dm
f nor
.1 if pOt -
| A| IHr|ilw*tr .ill
eases hss*.. iiIi.hu Ihr Hm-mI
patofie*- lC| Telr-I
v.iui pk> all.
inquif .i hr .- .i
QUf-St. CN 3
QUlSI.Ofi
QUESTION


i%i atae <
i .,i... | H
- i ..... i II
i*.......ael .n
:i .ir r- inh
i n..ii,iii{
||l.lflM' J
\,. ,1 i'll "
h*\r hr.ll aaUl i i> '
tit.- hl-

H g> rn i .it...
,

i tnng uavo in
InaustJ '
i itune, he
.>.
II | -> 'pun cm
ire i^ se
i shouid
.,ri>; mertoy lb
act iiuir BUteaiall cneapcr.1'
Mr. Taleaa id s.od mat when
.. that the three
to profit,
Qovernanent should utal
Dovenunenl heel "investigatui '
In the same W*j U . I ;(lt'iw -
am kisi,,,- ""
u.s. Has $2... To s,m..i 'tS";:;'""'
On Libyan Nation
Expand
H ing*
ll> MK IIAll J. (INKII.I.
WASHINGTON
Tin- UnlMd Sut will tpad mor. than b.ooo.oki
on the uncertain futura "I lha worid nawaal an
nation It is Libya, the one time Roman Provinc*, Mia 1;- i
of barbarv pnatcs, and former Italia,) i-olonj 1"
the denert battle, ot Word War II
Tlmv
On
Onl'
Talks
IihIo .liin.i
ellminan '! ** """ "ul i""i""1
int: in Dsh, i.ut who dM not
I
Mr. Miller (L> said that tho
a a good
N lh Aim an band
of ^overly. attOeat, and ignorance
it has a populauon
I (i-uHiio mosUj Arabs.
On rhn-lmM < UM
tir't nation born under IBM nasata) in,, i
ive ever bejun J
;Ui life with araver handicaps. Some rtl|1 ,,.,v,. ^.^ ,
exi^rU here doubted that even the ,,y pt.im. ,, WBBhlii4tlori I-.
' '""' Jhe t s. LMtaln si) \ n., ,.,. ..
France, could make a mrcefuful (hlnn Juin
i moi" in, I of
neither Britain in the Ai
n\. y 11th.

Some hshermen had seen by gSStSd would
... ...
pe of boaU Mr. O. T. Alldkr III said tli.il
ana ha aetsinnaant people were alway* erambUna on
i.eaches for hah whei "-......,. ..... .......- >-..... ,..,,,,,.

latins helping Ihem. Tl [ ""d --p-id to .-
are nniv too Kia to know thai U x ... (hould *"'>"' e..uid no' Tht,^ sannj T
to go and mat than $moi'io ror *l%''* jas easy for them to
to irv the new type c.f txiat. the extension of the Ashing Indus- *.",""' "l "r ;,l"'l ,hl1 "">' Ul" '' '<' '
Then- sre Ihrea penoi ho try. done, i 10 cause tt sponsored Llbys
I !...... ':'-", Hrtlaln and rrarnv for historical
.e are ask inn U '""I ""ding fishing and .strategic reason*, ami the U B
this sio.niHi to help i ' herroen Because It ha embarked on a pel-
Blno 1 heard tl 'her- I iw Applied y of helping improve baekw
a as another Bsherman who Btlaal Replying, Mi (Uams said thai
i ip with i i uiul ir request
lie mi i Id, by we! sd no- Qovenuneni and i
,>r sntli Ipi ling om
i .ut .i policy or not.
ErVT 22 Srlr'"' ^.SephlSd!*!l5,J.tt3
.Mr. .. l> Mnui*-> it.) ield
10 ki
vVASUlMiloN. Jjn ;
llo.l S Vnndelibe .
ti< Bteies An ciiief o
stair, exprei sod conadi

i | anotlv '*:
Var, b> \
|
Ltsh the prudenl oleifolopeaeni
ir military strengtha sUeng,'
well wiiinii out national capadt)
He said ib.it US unlit...
b.iuiu ael schlevs world wtd
. in the air, da
r awn
a,-, and reaourci . the Bows '
. rating t" the sflort
tb.il li.-
i
.tj wnik- iii the irnnwdl I
i tun r P.
HORNIMAN'S
TEA fj

if ib.,.
!i. t In. imi'-tiGJi." went ciut
and had did not leave
i Bah f The nsaoiutaan aa U i
i. The UaS.. I
S20O.0O0.O00 lb
inee to 33 of the workf

.............mi. | that tin
i'"l,tl of mom v i
i
' 1 I I iblB im-
ubts aboul it. he
.
;
.House i
the feeling thai It ,. ,
I i
I

: only I
ITALIAN
POLITICS
HAS LULL
'underdeveloped^ countries Wash- iinal
ington ofi' Ut make-
i yea Qovei nmenl
as eoeedragini as ouU -
lieded.
The "F.ii.itfi! Q
that ihe Fiench V.......|
rtobl n"l
nouncing anj change In |nii j
|

hi ind
CbJ
mm Al t
W' Prani iUII Insbrl U
ist- i. closed i I
i Chun once
. ( the
1.1*
FIVE SENTENCED
FOR SPYING
m
Hi -
should be
the Unfu
> deirtl
eording to



i'.|.
i got roi
Mr i; 'l.i.i l.i
.
hllll He

:
1
wanted la
hen the Bddenduni
ed nun
Mr W. A. f'rawforri
that ihes vert faced In the H
For o numb

U anal
lances and wo hi to '..

l.-

lt is a i
headed by King Idrls.
i. be.id of Ihe S
i most '{,.'"t
By s. n, pmis^i powerful ni .
ROMI Ian, [
ng loll on Ihe it-Han sl,lrr ',l"" ""', hifi '
aollUcal froi i
in Ineyitabla si d u .ill p I .--
i v 1.1, th- work. k. rwel Buirnl i i ilki
' O.I i ,
[jfftJnS
of tho ,rom "* p"'"'' I prim------------------------------
ntry g, to the poUj (,v ItlVO pe..|,i IFWS MrMfiNSTRaVTE
Ihelr twleo postponed "oeol ad- '-' JrAtN^TW(ViM\U\
live sleetlona. 'he niE Thre* .-:ii .' AviAlriol W. (ir.rtlTiArv r
rha Communists are hard ' 10.000.000 in 19S2 to finance laWJSAI EM
the South. Hut the eti -r UbyaVi Government i provide iiund e-
im political q i technjelai nt, ihiouah polio i
.it b en the C nv .m to inalu* a atari I i ng i md hurled tea
mum oa h well :h nomic and educat.m .1 ilnndarri
1 v '-1 "t ..... *,
'si 1 will do in ho lt.ili.ins t.ranl
. Briiat. srtdcti bberated, and
.dnum.1 # "?* State
1961 i results In *lmb botl ','1 Bnd c2*n. *L '".. .
Commu- ""-'" battlei <.i wrid w
urning ovei KOOOJ100 to the Oov-
Comm i i I I '
ClalletS lost numerous important ha* gfeed to underwt.--
1951 balloting. OeflCltS tni- rear
But returns also indicated thai France. *.hich liberated and oc-
ing Christian Demmratic cupied the State of F-.
Party UsTarOd BOnW toaa of pop- glVtai Government $90941
ppoii not to benefit ut t '
rnunlsta, bul to Ihe Liberals and British funds will he for u>.e b-
and tie The pr.neuii. pi .,, ,,. | the new Government.
"-- I ol Th. _,.., -,. tl M0 000 lu-
much monc) in the General r-sti- .i. ,,,,,.,,, rntr*. ;.. rtir- me U.K. will sena si.juu.uuu n<
-
' cation
: -.tl Of
the >
. |vi Con
' "lei u
i
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im nwlon .ii
I rriii'luiian W Hills
Move IvtoaWiy l<>
i ii-iii GatvUsta
PARIS, Jan H
Benaun, Patsij Ds Sport
f.e worki
1
Kid Oavl
praties amuld r I lal
UM lieoebioaii ,
liven im percentage of ihe
, .i i Hi
1
i f .1 the tight. March 20.
.-. .v mi Madison poop*
give Humes sa bigs percentage
riored
uenaim said a Aghl organised
. 099 ueopli
I'-ii n. .....-i r ii \,'ni would m be a
. it gild >i mi: in a lot ot
B
Ifer I Humes
-.
I ml tin f .ilthoiigb
'ill iliMUK'ing ,i possible
greemenl with Lew Bui Ion v id*
i
.
i Ither fin tin
| Y'.tl. Bl
iv time but en

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AMERICAN
TOOLS


You should New i Hotel uilhotil . .
sot kit si is OPEN END SPANNERS
BOX and OPEN i Mi SP w.i.lts
SIM KI.IS Iron, -| in I
TOBQITE WRENCHES lt\T( III T II VNDLI S
I XII NSIONS SIM 1 |) lilt M I s
WALDI N Wltl M Ills
St KI U IHII\ I US i I. I"
And I.AKI.I Sit TION IOOI S
Maaa cooimittae wtM
, thai Ihrei peoi
*! their boats and Government could
these bo.. knd helu thetn and Wdttn i,. ,
.ible cold storwe facUHtes w,,. ,, ,,..,, of hlJ| .
not be enough to accommodate hfrtd m |0 wno shoul(1 ,
the catch ;io.l ;. great deal ,|1(, .kpi,lim.nl
I
'I think we %houl,i co.isldet the liI(.adv
m of the iimounl nf cold
tonga available i
Of extens
Her, Ourlon
had >'i I

i the i
nedinte future.
Mr. O I' Talma (LI
Wrsttbei Se .vm, on reflection could
.... the eatabluhed principle of ,. ,.,, (f U). h.((1 M

ring to the principle involved m ou, , mmkr moiirv oul of the
the addendum Was the assist- ,t,njnit ,ndustrv and who might
sing given m hot owner; sut;(Jiant hohermi
who might employ hshcrii:.v money?' he ..
I ishermeii on Committee They had the Fishing Bill to
He said that there should DS SB pre*, lous year and ilsherman
ion of the Fishing Advisorv v .-. ,U',ned ^s MM WOO m.itlc In-
Commltlee whereby SStperi sne living from fishing,
rxperlanced fishermen would bo Mr. Talma (L) had (sts
included us members. Thai com- only ask- He had re
.t.iiio be afforded to be used p^ and [ .. "'* "' economic and mdustr
Law, under 'urveys, and to provide lechmeia
which the Christian Democreu '".***
allied thamaelvea with the right The US. will .
and RepubUeaa ""> her Point Fuur technical am
Thug, .,... .>n.l l-rar 9900.WM> of
nisis and left-wing Socialist, Hie cost of the l VN Pragl
polled as many or even more U.S. funds will be spent undei
B 1941, ., .el:*
iiance < steal them The theory behind the Pot ll
ir the South, the iitaiatlQii tor Prrsffreraine
ng nations are bulwsrs
aggraeeted by the tad thet rlgl Communism.
and Conservailveii Parties uno'her reason f d to Lib;
irad.ti.-u.ll, itrong -here iUiiu ,v iiw ^ Egy|rt ......
pend 11,199

I'lelni,
mils.
Derno. rtrat
-.
nh w*^t Oerraany
________________ i r
Wrorkers Sv\ lj|i
SlrSkr (uMiiiilillrr
(tin iGO
i in He
Unmn ' up
I
I ash
'
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Ai'i in



.....ffer madi

mitiee. constituted as it was, not"stated that there had been any This j 'n'n1B
Admirable as the Reulutlon Krvcr, DndlCt Ut MOnai^tt ".S*^31,**!,,"Sffif h
. monopoly. With .the.paaUng of and Ihc. M S I. win j ^tron,,- 1^',", ,h lt^ turli'n "..
ll.r. war.vr.
I .'.shlng bul who did ni' AOmiraDit- as me nesoiuuoi. mti-vc. umwn o.-i ............- ,-;-,} "i;ri.lp lr' strlkM be-
., lh- elementary monopoly With Ihe pacing of and Ihc MSI. wHI prove itrong- |K.ml for poMlble air rU m
The If-solution. he firmly believed eat in boulnorii Dalloting..
"Thai being so' he said. "I *ug- lhal I aid approach ,
Every spoonful gives you
more and more
energy and
fitness!
Vr-
-i'f ipeonfial o* Ktpter gi.t, ou rkh
(iVplfi of viumini A srd D
Th-st.-r-mtot >r. .uiurt'iwonderworaan
..Will rteSk* -inl Irttdon. from iilnau.
Mtn. women, (ruldrtn- all ihould itart
HkiH| tail, K*pi*r' (D-tfdV
KEPLER
COD LIVES OH WITH MAO (XTRACT
' ''_v_".', '''F'H '"' ei icon i . co roo.''' ~*
BM -'-Ifi'i'l . Caal-a'lr4.MS-aja4 tCM*
WHITE HORSE
Scotch Whisky
The purpose of signs '* to ,f"
without words. This white horse
svmnolisevV.itih al its \cr\ lincst;
whinky distilled, Mended and
matured hy taseaiaMp in the tradi-
tional ways thai the>. and Ogslj
they, know 90 l*BgL
SmU iHfU.h,.,,', lltWK ll MIMMHUM. Ill)
Give yourself
strength
with da. 7
BOVRIL
Coup...!.
hraf
. \s ua
I,- I'heajiW, :.r.

When there i 10b to be done or s game 10 be plsycda
cup ol Bovril n the very best ut drinks. It* rich beefy
tlavour sends a welcome glow through you ; Its beefy
goodness puti new lite into fag. 'there** nothing like
Boeifl H build you up and ivtaifl >"0U.
BOVRIL
- HEALTH IN EVERY BOTTLE
II Mill M0OS 1U-1H*
COTTON FACTORY E.TB


i'm.i inn:
IllKIIUMIs M.MK \TI
Tiunsnw .1 \m \kv hi i-,.'
lURinnosSaiAmocATF
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. mM it. BlfU-
Thlir.il:.. Jiinii:.r> It, l3l
The JIVn Who Flee
I rom Stalin's Army

i..
. II. AMI W.
; Welfare
i
bit.....' the
to adviee
tl ,-.i prob-
1
, fur the

I
In July 1940 bul
did not ;irn\'- m Barbados Until o;iriv in
during a
expert Uniting
Compti
tan "I S1.i1c '"ill: :
(rant ot
undei the Colonial
Developmi I i Act.
Sir I .. m to the W<
. ,i Indies
had begun to reel the effect o( the earlier
movements which bad been rrrowing dur-
. period when Sir John M
Hubert Ran. I ptrollen
ointment In April I860 followed a
In Barbadoi In Noven
ii-isii Caribbean
terrltoriei met together to bold an inquiry
I Indian progress at I i ptraO n
' At that time ware wu* ; wiy keen ;.nu-
BrlUab trttTf*^ In the area. The
ment hu now largely ited and
s only sedulously funned by thoea who
admire Hussiun imperialism and who
denounce Qrsjri Britain*! mtitakei In Ihe
. thai their own unsav-
oury i
It would la- invidious to iuggett that the
healthii i now eqdatii between
I u luin and the Weal indies wen
hi- "Ainbieeadorihtn" <>t Sir
. elaUona have Improved
io ottos at Comptroller.
.-! Qaorge waa en Aaelettnl Undei
State at the Colonial Office
bet.....he accepted bii pre i
ot Con : Bi lUah Co Ch
oj the Caribbean Comnuaaion Hii pros
eoca ban tormy
meeting! with iii^ elajaaly'i Seen
. Trade al Haatii
reeponsible tor much pouring ol oil on
i paten and ( even reglona] eon-
i
,.,i ,1,1,. .i twenty monthi he
has diapiayed not only a grasp ol
Indian ("inn mi view but read
what luppori the West Indies
i rnet I (rom the United Kin
In
The West Indlee have even leason lo
.in! to Sir George Seel 1
, :i route to U*
back would hava bean
., snhj. i n though there
bad i eon do change ol Government In the
United Kingdom tinea bis appointment
The year 1053 might wall prove to be that
"annui mirabUla" that wai looeelj appuad
, li-ast evei v leasMii I.ii
. |
the Weal Indies will decide ODCC and for
ail wh. tend to led. i.iie or not
Thej will do tins perhapi not because
thai am interested In federation (there
can be few sul Inch thev haw
ihown lam Interest) bul bacause the con-
ItttUtiona] relationship now existing be-
n the United Kingdom and the West
indies makee tuch dadalon Urtpai
The United Kingdom must be told by the
Wait Iru&ee whether the-y intend to join
togathn .md prepare the way for becom-
ing i new Dominion or whether they have
u. suggest.
The wort begun by me Development
and D LM1 was
direct consequence ol the ra|
v. eat Indian B don in 1930
\\ | at in motion Own *
haw lllng until the whole Brit-
ish tir with a peaceful
n". .. V.i | :
fur'.'
the West Indian pOOplM ran sul
from or add to the acbiovament What
car- pre*
.-i,i Nation-
Sir 0

d the future ol the
and Welfam '
on how lla
red by the West Indian pt


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1
A Document
i
111 hi. .".-
.' .
think he

i i
..leu that

of the s
i Soviet authori
now i hi i
can awai
Hi.illMV j" uunU .1
MMKril Ihjt
-..Iiiin trem ptdlci- ar*
i Ii.iiii inink alt-krum-
iiik Far rwmple !
I ill* H UN -i n o* Ihe
i iiHiiitim-i lalHiPil ease*
mis-ar jtnil' i u.-jiii
("aarti ........ i mi v
fjII Hum Uidoi who aa
Urn avari 'I ii-* a '
lildd-l ln*r tilth Mil I
Q
ih.
Ill \\ \-> -L Hoard
ilmr iii Kaliningrad dor-
mrrl. K nL-.ber I u>
I i-t rtul.
HMIN ih. COIII
liillllll Ii. i
tlirnHii out at UM part
Mid MM h-rk Ii ul
niothrr Ku-.U. h "l ht.
(.rrmin ctrt Ir 1 *
up mIU> th- ptprt
lr..
.mi
!)!
M k
il
ii I
I w
mil
ii Id
Hi il till. (WfM l' i
fMttli Miiria WmmIh
so in. dir.il >r .r Ih- mine
mui ii- RmbIm Mceet
|. In i I-. t ordered
him lu trpnri for m
li i ill ir mini : nur-r
tot liiirmrli.
HI 1 Ihe r\ i tmimKs ir de-
nit il UMl Hit* n ii irmpl-
ini! fortune too far II-
iiil his ....... I > .;, i
friend nude for the Iroii-
Uar, 4iid feo dint Uier
he Mo trlllnr hi. -|..r.
t Ilniuli .Hili.iril!,,
.. upyina
civilian
pep
^"taSTViSMv-i
THIS
MAN
MADE
STALIN CHANGE
'NO'TO'YES'
hr Seftoo Delmer
aHEN tfa Qa pnndina> wen
. i. ,iM|xisnii; Amartean caracr-diplomai
George Frost Kannan m the aaw U.S. am
nassauor lur Moscow the men ol the Krem
iin were horrified. The> turned him down
Itet Vet Mr. Truman, announcing -
i-)intmenl on Boxing Day, .ud the Rumlaru

Ruulaiu n Soviet Army mfar,
and trtnm hotel*
, b) RuMMlW.
in barben arc no Iwnin
ihavei or.
to Soviet aoM
mm 11

.. rman piacea or
a-riuienicnt. Thai

i rman pna.
th.if aiu 'ixh
.
luaea, end
than at bpeM
iMMt<- i.,
imp

.i East '
mat of w*t Germany Only a tew days ago Sovtat onteuua, prem
:;;i^,; 3 - -i a drwrtiiitw. caatly changed thi conversation. Wot they
i. knew that he wuj the mysterious "Mr 2
Il s I lie- .\lairale>
Sl:ilioiii*i*> iitr lle-sl llook*
ill Tom ii

And
il band
bafoee the poltUeal
wmihl
: bei >

II.
PoUtbu

hk bains
ii.i*t dii

rid of thi i rabta
ml "f <<
<>s par Cent

,ivc lm
. B< vlet Union
liven BrlUih iirthortttei

NiT-.i'*' of Ihe
...
r tn of I

. i\. up iii the

ore "t mu
hi randi rad to the I i
\nwrlv
The Inf I ........n i-
'iviim to the vkill"! qui
ailed up

I UVTB
r thi u.s.s.n
M |
Hid To PrighteB
S IVI1 :
- . ...

irho ioui fOBl tmad the West U, met'.
Kussian Don-coKmerauon with ai mao
Irentfth.
Moscow nawapapari under ordu
ibova, singled out Kannan tor menial attach
Kremlin Press otiicers, whose job il ll t<
' S..M.I mtUtan and Induttrta keep in touch with the few foreign curie-
pondnt. allow* in Macaw, let II be un-
the progre** thev tn ilerstood "not (or quotation OT attribution
itllcial Soviet sources ol course, please'
Piuean* ? that Kcnnan was not ucciptable, and thai
......$?ZF2g2%2i l '""'" ^ UIIWlM fur Mr. Truman lu put
him forward.
Thai did not cause much surprise among
>n; colleagues in Moscow. For i
six-footer George Kannan has tWO disquah-
ncations which should autimiatieall;.
i rom Russia.
1. He kpeaka Russian fluently, raadl
,m aure you that in even eod writes it well.
ih,v peaeftnity haS been 2 Ht hm% ^^ m the Sl,Viei Untoi
iunsnleii.fi. Tliere m a lonR and
pjreful cheek bj hiahu cxik-h- beforeas a diplomat for seven yearsand
.""::;":-"',;',!,v';s,.;: o>w" ^ *'*!"***"'
AIu.allKcnn,k',..... Sta.w
and -reliable aouree" | the first director of the ashiliKton pullC>-
oi the pen i
.i.....IvUUOs 'bout it. ano*ne
deserter Is on nt way
mil I knew of l'*t ffHI
men in *lx week* All I
uifi>rmant.
To the leMUiaence exi en
the Went this InXonnai i

the
,i Stalin Kiven by ibi
Uon of everyday i<
slans frrm all walks of Uft
III parti .-f Ih.- Soviet Union
No vim may say Ho do
UM Muab authorltie*. know thai
those funitiM-. in not stoo.
i-nti-d i>ti us by the
Soviet to mislead us and spy on
us?
1
1 i ma THE TROOPS -t RP*** lo . ruf'"v" "P?"- and-planning staff which President Truman
...... (hair Ml the reports forming th- K -- ...
.- ..f the document ihown h ! up in l!M7 to help him with cold war
i i iii rROOPfl that ""'
I' I
of the (loctiment %ho-
i this tabeL
Two Picture*
The picture <>f thr Bovk
t nion that tin report! add
set up in 147 to help him with cold wat
strategy.
The Truman doctrine, the Marshall Plan,
the North Atlantic Pact, America's interven-
Koreo al the head oi the United

to the Soviet
I T I- ll;.t Of j rlrab. dllapidau.i .,
rrlvad ountn inhabii.il by cowed
nuch i<. >:iii underfed, Ql-cioahed people Nations all stem from th.-analvsis tif Sdvic,
. :"S?"%"\.:^:., VMM weMogy axto b,
where. Kcnnan and his staff.
II is a picture haul to racoocUa mu aliae I... l.-fi ikai Qtata raaaiailaiiaiil
-hn Include no unrel.....I, Ith thai <.f the k-.-ii.i.i. barren tvo a(Ur hl "J lht *tmUtD9pUtmm
-ontrois on ihe voik. producen of new pins last year he gave advice to a political group


up inst the h
of the I I
which the Iron I
.ittlllH
ilround iwv
Ih-/,.,


Ehtened tanka,' and
riihlfioiK
I I s
pi tl
Id
flur ICekcleki*.% Sa\
BUobllMmg i /<
Svhoot
hnivul I i nd kj eHI end when- It wfjj
not ;. to bo] from
II ovi: Un land it
itial function.
tNTUtlUTUJ

i
<>f the Un
W i. The curt blOCMd thi
entire m''t tea ten n Inutai in i
t\u amount of coaxing or rcmon-
OOUld make the men
move the carl or even trv to eas
luaUon,
In this c|ueue from the Police
Bl.....Ckl down past Jam, Btr*
Hwre were seven 'buses
tw Niuooaht end five from
dittrtete, two letlvi i i
r lorrliN and nina i .11

. 1
or .. (. ffUta-
. .. I
I w I..... what the "
I '; .1 i
'1 Brii I Qui boui Part . ;
finrly claai
approximately 9 05 a.m.
l_ and w it can be imagined II
i '( the busiest periods of Uie
olOUl and ChUe ?W when p* . ,,_ ol int.. !( fit) and othen eo-
people whose leaders lag to early breakfast the entire
|-iln> th.it is "Md"..v w..s h|,-k,-.l In .hri'i
.iissual some of the people left
Christ? '" " and walked down to
Broad Street to do their shopping
IVhtie ihe ear eould follow lale
l.iyiiii;
'in- A Mend n| mini' who for thr
thru yean ruu -
Wn I lb aid 10 DU] a 11
pent ibti tuns me to take them ihcra an it was
nool Mr. Adams says in reported thi' than had l>een a
I iirn|i- Commissioners themselves .
ii drove 'hat for this to be done al
turned Kirk p-ak hour* between and I] a
1
ll refugees from the Soviet Union
satellite countries e/ho PTC planning their
liberation.
I have a hunch about the Kremlin's sudden
change of line on a man who has conducted
1 "private w.ir" BSjalnsl It
Can it be that the interval between thi
nriginal "No" and the Midden "Ye
sents exactly the time it took Stalin's start
to translate into Russian, and for the gnat
man to read a book written by Kcnnan T
This book. "American Diplomacy 1900 t
1950." was published iii October by the Uni-
versity of Chicago Press. 1 am certain that
the men in Moscow must be studying it will
attentionas Mr. Truman must have studio
it.
IIKK IIOIM s
Kcnnan reveals himself to "world-saving.
which, in his opinion, has played too lure,1
a part in America's conduct of foreign affair^
during the last 50 years
He wants Americans to content themselves
It caiUM! be argued Mint lha
not lie washed or the with the "less ambitious and less inviting
fUtten flushed; but surely
th;
H
liuIlvMuil
i
|| ..
..... .
Waterford

ksf. Tla1
. li n' land ll
.
. Bonool li
. and within
.
I
\ mi be 1 1
l

1 ......"...... end


1: tn thi*
eaua -mum. Ineonven
niv friend In addition t>. thi- the man put
the cart at such an angli
iiutouffa onto .in. vtaUeie and eometimee
II ithbUJ ran pims.
-'iimsstoncrs should eon-
hi lung the gutter-, in
early hour., when the

MOTORIST

o irMroK\ 11 iconn
__ in tin- bag.
i;
In f nih>n*Uilvnunl
lha EdMo
Silt.In :,
wn Til* 11
i> Tlh iimt
fad that
AH -t'lrocoti'.
euafraph of Un...
your issue ol Mon-
meniion is made 1 r
corner of the wall
n( America's strictly limited national in-
terests.
What the U.S. needs, he lays, is : ". . .The.
courage to recognise that if our own purpoae
and undertakings here al home are decent j
onaa, unsullied by arrogance or hostility to-
wards other people, 0t delusions of superior-
L'cepmg uy, then the pursuit of our national Intent
can never fail to be conducive to a better
world.*'
He condemns the American habit of basin 1:
m 1 hopes on "verbal undertakings" like thi
Kellogg Pact outlawing war or the Unite*
Nations Charter.
Thin when her hnprs are dashed by re-
peated violations she immediately, he
I the Robert Thorn
house and the Bethel Chur.h
det^Ument^SjeaiblyVo 'aurar-t P"cewhi to view tin- nlfciiding Powers
tUmUon to the state of -iTai. mi<,ri i-ihle criminals.
Mthout going into detail
A look would satisfy the moM
duinterettad thai ihe inditi ihls pUrp i% fur from saUsfactoM
nd 1- 4 blot even 011 Bridietow:.
with its antiquated method-.
L*4 u. .
Thr MtUra lensUi ol th.> r/afl .
.ised as a urinal and the corner
looks more like a latrine. Ileside*
ll Ihls. then is refuse scraps of
paper, fmil skim, cocoanut shell*
l h in addition to the smell
rnakei Ihe whole place unsightly.
me thai the Sanitary Au-
thority find menu of pi
fho commit sanitary nui-
' -aiUng until the
mras i^. made and then paving ex-
. tia slaft for cleaning
l Daa1 Besides all thit there is the dun.
jour newspaper 00 thr ger of tvphrad lo people who buv
ttltuda loyod utreshments there because of the
Ih 10 Ihe
11 th* City. 1 -top buy-
thlng K- .lone li i-ople who
|hC ... turn -r.
I t no one con" tl
I ""''I heap loell ' would prt
OS 'he cart wouM thin Inform the Police or
. .
If tl th* >cs* and tllthine*>
1 School Is hid
I we of the Sanitary Com- SANITATION

the pur
1
.'.
,

lift'' I" I hiin:-.-
awuor, r

<-nt for '
Kennan is non-committal about the I
United Nations, bul ha doai hold that col
I action should not be taken until thi I
advantages as well as the disadvantages 0
unilateral action have been examined.
EXCITING
The despatch as ambassador to Moscow 1
a man who has just put on record his dis-
trust nf collective approach in diplomacy
must be an exciting development for the
Russians
The Politburo will be only too ready i<
believe that Ambassador Kennan's declare-,
tion in favour of modest and realistic nation-
alism in American diplomacy means I
America is at last about to do what the\
have to long wanted her to do: to abandoi
he Waal and'make unilateral bargain
.with the Kremlin.
With that in miri ready to tar-
rytbingeven that
aks Russian and con tee through '
1 1 s
HUtn\ spiw
Thr ii/niiiii/t "f tJaafl '
Riuinx Svii'iin rulh fur
prrfftliun n/ '">/ mui
-.a,, tth.n uitmtmmHmg
i-liinilhif' mill running rifi-
fiiiifi wpfj rsrat n-ly /
PH.h.rMlfOMumlUIKi:,
CANVAS mui /7/'//^f;^,
to eeiaava maximum iffi-
ii'itcy mi "It I'imils a/
Sailing.
C. S. Pitcher & Co.
I
Mot o sMsatejl
uC|%iiE*r
V*
BO
K Colo
rs
Da (osla &('(.. I.lil. I eVWUto!
WHY NOT CONSEHVE VALUABLE FOOD?
Ml UM s MBf* I IM l/l
w Ml MU I FKOM SIOC'K -
iidiisiA .v .. i.oi. Base. -ui.
zm&$
Wllll
PROTEINS
CEBEALS
at Time
>hredded
i\ reublv
luffed Wheat
Grape HSh.
Hraii Hakes
Com ftahsa
Oal Flakes
Ban 1 iki
Wheat
MM IAIA
Italian Ketchup. IMj i fsl
tic per bot
lUli jii Chill Sauee. T ; as
at 71e per bottle
l-rrpared MunUrd. 6 ni
Zic per bol
\ 1 Sauee. 4He per bol
J A 11 IVlll \i
Kolla. Butler Brejd
r'renrh Bread
and
Takes
I'llOM " ( \ltlt IH AM
CKACKKKS
TO-DAV
MEATS
Turkeys
1 kstaaa
Ducks
Rabbits
Lnrar
Kidne><
Fresh Baaeasea
Baal FilleN
I.re llanu
Les Hams I ul
Ijrce Tin ll.ms
111 ln.-.m- In Tin*
Brisket of Beef in l
I ini limn Meal
\ trnni Sausaeea
t isn
Smoked Kippers
Smukrd li . I illrl Sole
4 nd Roea
(Mi.nl-
Anchwvle*
MEAT llll'l.
Phone GODDARDS -
'r II. Ii...


THURSDAY U\HR\ in. |52
HXRHADOS \HVIK\TF
pxr.r FIVE
Ritual Murder Case C.C. Council Do Not
Favour Metric System
Six Munth* For -' i--vh gm
Anthony had been ii|
ing child
I ir*i Inlerx lev*
The i
.
KM Cpl. Brvan
Springer He
taken to the Police Station He
(the Superintendent! an
ii at 6 53 pm and a

B at 6 S3
M did not see two people in the on
whole are- I taw Burton The truck was
borne of Aiutm children used coming to Bndgetown I a
to o to M-hoot. but r(e could not ting in the front and Bui
MB were at hi'
September 19 ton got off. I went to in*
Ml* on the truck and evenlu
lid off on the wharf
the Wednesday n "< fallowing Sundav he
a reported mis.- was taken to the i
l had been
11 H ' ra Burton
i buy
il thr data 00 which he *" Urn Springer, hi.s brother and v
I -. wu cumin* r
Crab Hill Station On -- : the >ea with .. nickel of home nxing aflareia I
nice a report wolet I araa puttinit UlJ' ,tJ>
BO Ogp on a rock. I asked them __
al the Sutu,u i. -ell nie a tin of sea egg* aiij '""", "' ** teedo) when Ik. .
.') Spi mger went Burton told m* he euul.l not sell u, .s. ,.,,. i, II n< Ml horn.
' "> about ,-. .., ..no carrred the :
1 ltd an t chool i aba iu..n. ;' .iu-iilu
taken hta. to ike took ll ,.p t.,e,i to turn in- Ha than took the ti ovinek Sue gftpitcl ...., al
iioij rfVt, ud thaj would nut tun,. t.._wi r.., Bndjttown. H> came s,,i,:''I,,t the Conn
was over he relumed to Crab Hill Thr kOVOa seemed Stuck 1 aafc- to town .ind after being In town between
\.. ''"' 'dcther I could borrow Uw tor tome time he bought me lh ,! " Which Uii
Subject lo universal acceptance by I'oniiunnwiMlth
rouittrtoa the Ui K n .i effect a >n irrm pm
poaa) put fur ward by C
When i he-
made on September 24 Inspectoi
Cpl Babh
rp| Bryan, datocuvt conatabk

irne .ind del. *
ware present
Colvln Phllfii i wai li b
ictober 3 He was not
sure where I''"-
toivles at Hi i it her
ad for the done
I,- him.
PMlUjpS was never de- "Too foui of them separated
Rill After Spring- two pans, Ihe accused
: pad Phillips brother going the Upper Boad il ,
and Pnlllips and he the lower." ,h_,
eel Phillip* as an When they got to Phillips' home ,,,. > j
accomplice ha said if.- did not Phillips -topped and he went l
'her people There Austin's shop.
D ik and Buitun said, "no." leather.
The title of the book ami II,
Home in Pandiaa" at Boom and
and Paradue' and on the (Tool
praHd iTifonn.it,.- I
about the easel lie down
Hands Washed
We began to leave and whei <"",*
1 wi
and read I
1 18 d n
k to
got to Rock's Bay Burt
cashed his hands. After he hiJ
I ret
II IS am

>i>..it 11 33 a m
AuaUn shop mid
gOl Hi thru ii'-
the Daartn church
lYodo to rtvk K Weight*
' ndoti ih
Imperial system of im
System
WRECK DESTROYED
ii>ii >.ini ana ad up *
..... ii tii..... aad Beta"
song Pan Men al raataeeai
tot .i thai tiir wteah hir i
weja suns in pailtlon III
di-urrr* I', ihti-> (timi N,l
%. W ml ltht had tM-rn Ii
lh- msrkin*
l nial Seer
T: mbei in -
1
(omt< 11\ Iteph
itstmg that from the kn
ud, than ''id noi
i:.lined hi

the children had Thr >,p.u.h fI.
Hate Mid

lowledg,

king thi
bo A
.i Md to the church
"p^ JSfS^ts G"-v--bul:: S^.....3 '5.....
h-u IV ,ll,d nuI T hlm ,hal morni"* "I Itayed home IS mtnulcs und
Ha knew Phillips and Burt-.i then went down bj Ooddard'l
Sprtnta p until 4 30 o.m While there
Cross-examined b> Mi. Clarke, I saw There/a Boyce bul we had
ha that the Ausiin to wttoaa no
hop ke had g nr wa- .ilwut -. Th. lir.l tun.- he knew the child
mile fioin There/a Boyce's house wan missine was about 8 i* ra.m
Coat House Bav and Thereza he said. He did not see Burton
Boyce*! hoUM we aboul .. Bdia Springer anytime that dny
and a half troin each ther. ,,
When he saw Springer his rivs-K\miied
c"r. "examined by Mr
Would l.s. AffreatT
ighV bread; b^as" J
^Road SSJtJw ('hur(J'"
i'ib | 'i.ni ii"*''
the Bible.
After
mated l'h<> eliminated
wan Hi h ' Hi
polit
Si

I I li.....f fluid m a
phial whld i the Oov.
emmeni *J
Sput Cohered
-When Colvln Phllllpa indicated
the Spot where the child's bloo.l
wai -i.pi" Md to havt
on the (round by
child s Dloo v.ht-n he M* ft
raj tkej wen
raj pn .. . he Mid 'Norrnall
H woul I from rain K"*Mm^ .
Lea ratal " /l,'d J>ul '
IS and the B? N'-mgei.
.. -\ p ,.. the "'"" "* w**" of
.i h it was aboul 11.311
ready
aid
thi
mothei
'' ? * u"':
Ba
togtat bul 'h'"1 '"''* "t
Hi had atnl Uu clothe* Springer house,
had bean Oovarn- Burton had
: i The return beeaua* they v
was negative Th. l.mket m sc^eggs.
A-iilch the blood was alleged to The book ivpeared to be
novei lent scripture book.
lie dM Dot send the People were in the habit
Q vernment Bac- passing by Maude Gill and the
tcrioloRlsl because it had been lt,....... ,vhen BOtafl to the beach
used at Ihe sea and he felt that rju,ton-, bffOthei Vivian and
any matter would have'been Phillips were ve \ fnenul- Ha
way. He had still taken hfl(| hear(1 o( |nc , chl(J
" "" abo"' '-SO that night. H*
^ clvor Greava*
heard Ihe child wai
two woini i
night of SeplemlH-r
I MW the child
-.ml iiothiiiK to her I cannot re-
member tefllni the PoUci Maa*-
Istrate that I Aral heard the news
Tom the two women Some
people call me General Smutts'.
bed in- banc* "f wea a aoMlor In the Trtaldad
raw with (he Regiment for ovti ,i year and can-
not remember the day I was dli
lendatton. ..... S '/'
Jl to Ihe
i Ot 111)
years, abandon

.mil that quite
i the pro*.
lion oJ the In i
. .
(> .ilt. red.to one
lha Inti i national Meti.-
ud Kllognun kept lo Parti
The circular
Ets of the abandonmonl of Um
?erlal i
(itiriimitttH;
l/>/>0/7//.v/
m COXSiDE* nn ihk
Mtonm
:
Hon M A Cufce "ii the problem
i-vi b) the Borbadi
lupplj itiori iti
Councfl ot

to take J
remoi
The rnambers >-t the C erunltti
. | hit Mi
l Lucle-Smith Hn K P
ad C H. Kw
I i > Dm
'"" "" pounrl in At me BDBehi
th)
nueed the *! aindl thi
he v ould prepare rei
on foi the api i
ha inemMn ot Uw Council, ai
that he would Mnd u to ti
.,( |tM OH
F>igland.
Uor* detailed Intorn it
had ti
hob >
Md
' .1 lh.
-air he navlsaUan.
It
lh
8mtt*g Sltim/ts

I
md A J ll

I



* Mi Rawle -i
G B Grill
IS: Mayvi

m .in*

...t || ; i

Mi Raw la -l"i I

Stred rltl
i


ll matb i to th
Police I
icepei at the crti
i i thai rht nWi
n evtoui convti '
Latod Not V\ailal>l-
For Road ftkking
HORK
' timborazo and
Uvw *u- a
. i i d


r \kl
ins part
'

llll M mm:
I M on TlMa-
w.
I .i m.
CANES BURNT
A HIIK Ot unknown nngin ll
I
Bight burnt
I I
f Irvtn
b

uetlM | meiis


\ 9 in
thought uu rept} to thi
hould u- thai whethei thes aoi
Uetrl
i i,..t i very i
point, bul thai ins fell it was
idvteabh tot the United King-

(lark.-,
I llrst bttj
rig from I"''1
on Uu
lid |h rlae not onh to
niou
ii to a number of nwkwatd

.md hi
re .. httle ui,,i
i Tin ran
Colvln Phil-
red lo In ..
Ih.d tne |n,.ntl)S
ten was ihe "
buckel d"i Mood
Kont of the objects spoken of
by Colvln Phillip*, the sickle. )r
nor torchlight had been found.
Th* lowt-r part of the body was
found on the police's own tnventl-
gaUon. not by tho result of sny
tiling said by Phillip"
Mclv.ir (li-.iv' ' i" released
i i red,


, rharged but the year was IMS
ad 1.. Barl>.ido> .md I .mi
f pe | >hoein.ikei I Went to the
. United State* tune ,i
grant I have never killed pigs "
;iid on September 23
he was arrested by the PoUca t->t
laving an explosivi sulistan.e in
,r his possession He was lak< n to
Crab Hill where he saw Hiirtoii
rbifjti He wai kept |n cue-
, todv for MVOn or eight days at
ll Mill PoUct Station Kvontu-
nvlctod bj the Mm-
.tided and dls-
Phllllpi would haw i i
honM onh Una after i o'i
after they had Ml the he
Hurt.,ii aratlld have got home iniirBed
about 12.50 p m. The distance l>o- Wnilr m nutodv he waa taken
home and Boyefl , ,hp poUl.e , nr Comer Be-
was about a quurter of mile forp he was convicted he was
Shoe Maker's lv irleiue .. i ------- 81 I m In
Melvor Oreaves, a 30-year-old the police van Cant BtnunOOdi
Sep- shoemaker of Pie Corner, said he asked Buri ri Bprlnger if he was
ivict- knew Burton Springer /rom the the man he accused about the
ed f..r having explosive substance, time Burton was a boy They fhlld. Spring! i said 'yes'
ii, irrled back to Crab wen on speaking terms though The accuaod and blmatll
Hill Station after that not on smoking or drinking terms taken to (rah Hill bv th. Police
Re-examined About September 13 i Thli happened in the eve-
Rc-cxamine.l by the King's Samuel Gnddord'. shop at Pie ning. Hi could not rememl>er
had Corner about 4 30 pm Burton Capt Btaunondi
Ihony, the tamo down the rood and called to Pol

boon i'11
iVlng something
table Sergeant
. i. he was
matched He had been impressed
t that Uu
with the

B71 .nted out
il i ove Hole, he
appeared to i' doing so qulto
Bel red Beptomber if
,.., .[ .i tin hod faii.n
He visited the Bcene of the
- u
ber and the present time about 12
.. Mr remember) I
s one Sunday and
"He showed m two places of
paper. Our was rrom Canada and
that read. 'Sorry. Mr. Burton
Springer, you cannot be enllRted
from the BnUsb Territory to the
Canadian Army Von have to
leave and com* to Canada' The
other one said lie had to come to
the Drill Hsll on September 23 or
Jl I cannot remember which of
. two dates I gave them back
to him when I had read them I
had no further conversation with
him.
On the following Friday I was
Dili., nil

at] .......I yet
n prolonged li
lhi ii
e Impre aed >< ihe dlnVultiei
of ImplemenUni it and did no*
wish t,, i.e committed lo it in an
II m> fur- I' "
and ti
Coatl)
ll a pointed oul b)
... ihi in \, i \
Mi Del
.1 ihul th.-v could mill ii.
n
i i to ronstderal i<-
Good ofiiti- r:'u.
To lit' V]>|Hiiultd
11 Bhippuig and M
i lecoptod i
.ilfi-l mode I" Ml- Kx.ellen. f
tech ..t i
t the Legutatura to
.,,, 1.....I undei hn chairmanship i" cm

i i tali m the P..11 of B
.md to make ndatlon
u.l.--I
. unit.iiii
Hi
hould wnii
(. lontal Beeretai
the knowledge thej had
light give
lo il the nltilude of oil.
\- the Ii

Id helpful if. should then
be a sufficiently strong feeling on
the subject, an opinion
the possible roacflon Of thi terri-
tory.
Following this despatch, the
Chamber of Commerce was asked
to give an Immediate vleu wheth-
er the long term proposal was ac-
cepted or not, the imp" i
should be defined ai 1144 m Uw
.1 not
v making
!..- motto

\|'|m;iI .Imh'.f-
i -niifirin Decision
This nifoi
m ., lattoi lo ihe council ->r n
.....I il
4 MM CouU ii
Ihe pre Ident Mi i> . Ueaco
.hn akpreaaad tho beUel ih
lha offOI had also l'n .m i'l'.i
he proposed l>v Ihe llaib.id.is Worhei
\ii i | ad the hop
lli.d in the lie..i rutun
itoa would '" mi up
in.dii-i with View '
fnedylnl the Iti itton in lh'
|tml
The ./'""'
for family
fitness
1 M .I.eurf touree
A I,nle idtfsd to
' i ,..?.. GravtM
.
tfyji nd re irMnwaal Chil-
'vpeiullj
SindwKhei o( e.ery vifiely
ui on hoi Oui'.ccd tun
In Jar.: I oi. J oi..
4 oi.. I oi.. 14 oi.
Port
. Mr (1. H
ultith. A) iiii, P ill
\ ,, tan ,i Noel
i hapmoi i .i..
Pipeline 1 rrleet
MARMITE
TM( VITAMIN 8 ma.i | X T R A C1
GIVES COOKING EXTRA GOODNESS AND FLAVOUR
YACHTING SEASON
OPENS SATURDAY
Knife Left
He left bis knife thai ho worked
with making shoes at his hi
The poUoi ' hi knife to
Bprlngw Bprlnget did not Ideo-
, nTfi Ho did Dot beea
a Police Constable say anything
ibout gittlrig the light man
did not tell him about
thi l.n.i In Cap! Simmonds'
|
On .,-.. aid i m Ml i
inent to Ihi 1'olice which I Mined
after it waa read over to me." I
was released when the case was
but was kept in custody
on the charge of having UM x-
plosives.
"After the cum- the Police old
me back to Crab Hill
i.ber 24 I was taken to
a spc*. at Pie Corner The PoUOO
also searched my house.
After Spiihger aceuned me. the
\ o .ill portion of the ten n,i|,
t inn. -null .mil four-Inch dlati
Int..,national Mm. exacU) and "Hchaelto i rtered to. addltlona
the iniu'li il DOUnd i thi SThiCh -.
n tst M)2 ti ot 0 4SS WI I oi ... >.!.on . with prlorlt)
the* international Kii'.i-i . exa '' A Vaufhi.............muted b> the severe
lv and the iTnit.ii s- ,t. fiovei \ m h chelt at Utc A i.as arrived In
mint .hould i* rnformed of ihe Court ol a,,,., ,i Yesienia* lorrkw ware t
,,,.... ,. ..t ii earK .tail In thi Ktnf Hole MOO fieli# I'.....o .a,ling aw.it
hii. 4 securing IdenUcal value i ... mborH thai section i
1 ...-. i,. >.. cvurl thai hi : Uv Vb tori i
- ~ tfondoni the Street
r a Room at < mti I BUtli n
i and whllal ho wa i

1 l.e lost his ii M
| Met .li I
'ourt that he knowi ihi

in., l. Before
the decision, Theti
HARRISONS
BROAD ST
ti...... Pipes fTon
i.f Ihe Wharf neoi
Bridge on Prohyn
rrom Crab Hill Uw loos
named 0* Ifn
temlier 22 il'iit it N
t Pie Co
wnd aakod hlm if bo know ai
tbjni ,,f ti. child Ha ami ot tald the
itreon he (Bryan) aefced.
The a.
to Crah Hill Station and l-.ti,
Ibtrn mnl to th-' Button l<
WMlk.d "I'll th,
r to the BtoUon
.. rtg thai n ..
r from thi anco I I .
. ,
king at h^ rooord Use Polh
On their arrival al the Bi
Mi I..,.. -t. i i.i.r ei
.', hn Work Dei
..id the Mveoaaa tl
plpi whlel
. ., drop In he
-hat are required
upply ail Uw tenant! i
. i tho at. leal
ks .. atop in Uw II.I I
iih- .
1

, .
THE R U.Y.C. will Imkl their First Reiiatla at 2 30 p m
,,,;|> ,., p.M, the 1952 yaciu.n,: Mtm. Forty^ne ^ ^JjSg^ gj .
. boon handicapped, but it ig doubtful win tin JJ Aght .lays my case a
nil Will '___________________
The handicap times are a' ~~~-
Finger Injihrcd In
Cyflf Acdd^dl
IHI top total
hand nngon "i Lwnel H
i
fur*
deni ..i i looen I
eight dayi
i.,,l iWu>heil Capt Simmonds re-
. rrom Crab Hill ncl I
-.,. if Spimger WaO
charged with murdci
. .mutable Sergeant was.
. nt of the men in the Police van
DO Seplembei 2* He could not
|| I-, lOCttVe TUll was
P
....
1
uaod gave him
which ho t.i^k down in writl.
and rood >i lo nlm : I
;n.',o ...
At tin On
aiied tii the wMoooi stand T
ktol U. Cpl Hrvmi Who Wg I
ihe Court room who tatand, Uu ^s Cmptn
i . 0 ot
the Pi ...... ' w'lh other Orleans > I
pot let n I.
After Cpl. Bryan h
land i"! about
minutes Mr Clarke objected

I '"
. id uw
... Ill OJQ
"EMPIRE PATRAI"
PAYS FIRST CALL
to th.
Paira
2...... M crl flour, MM) I i

hi ami iittii- ,' neral i
-n Thi Csaptos Poirol Is ha
:. i,\ i' .
I .i .
I Brit Bob..
11 .., I.- ..,.i.i .
: i. cm in' i
igiitnent Is thi
of many olhers The mi
i nation dee ""' i Ip

.....
thai
A/i#f injured
Dm right knee * Rudolph
Knight -.I M.i-toi Lone I
. i | at night aboul h t:, p n
Aden Kmgiit became In*
nl With the .i .
was .......g h
long Brood Bin
1
i'.....i i.. I. i......-... '
Harold Bprinaei -.r .'.
i Uw time ol in.
l.\IIIOIr>l < I.V4.
\l IOIIIIIII *
THE P1NE8T CAB PI HJSH EVER MADE
UToimm: Coalouu v, llkoaog,
Uw minimum funounl .a
cl.i.s.s-h.ii.l limsh Lmporvlou
lOIIIIIMIXI IIAIV
111 IS.....VI. SI \ ,.r
I IHIIIOMVI SALT Alll
\l tdiiiuti Pi :, t. in i...if Uw lima wllh lull
im labour just pul 11 on ind wl|M It ol
easy us Uu, ,ii-,( |h .:!.tnnni; rinlfh will
wiiti iimplfl ' .1
tost \i loititin: ro-iiw
IT'S SO BA01 AMI SO I.OOII
OMA SI.tit) i'l " HOI III
floater llatlOtsifr Road 'Oephmahit''
Speaking on the m-.tion t>i
the Bdlouniment f Uw Ho i
1.M nloht. H 0
......
condltton" .' ......' '
I ttonlion to Ihi
ll ,., Hi
ll u| ... lit foi '
1
I
v*j riding 00 UM Lai '
which was involved In ...
1
t.-ik pn
Wai CLiOKl
"id., pi
Ranibo*
The ... .ii i
corner of Ualkelth Bond ''' !>-'
kei.h Hill at about 0.30 p.m.,
same evening between
X 165. owned u
E. G. Hutson oi No :t Pavilta
Court. Hastings. ChriM Church.
. and a bicycle owned and i idd nb)
Waldo Humphrey of Gittcns Gap
1 Culloden Boad.
1
the Church
| u
\ili- llllllllelll
( iiulirnied Haii-CoeUe area In 81 John
, aaM Ih il i.....nt i
i confirmed '' Sl t-,em"|that diatricl would
. m iiiIst ol tgreot dill cult)
Brig I
years. Boom I
nt int.. the Veetn When Mi ~>'\ s'" "'
he Boom the sexton would be UWTO .....I of th- II I " " #Hi
lid OOl) lemember eatisi'i Tuesdav next we-k at 3 p4l
Ui ingeJi In the Vestry Booms Allder made .. aul
-. inetim.s ne would cot at! that the llimse be adjourni
I,vine Austin'* place. He hailflve minutes in
si.mething to eat at Ihe Vestry rmghI pek
September 19 He dTOJ
mauby at Austins shop about |M

, the
Adan.s tOOk
Allder'i. motion
John t ai
....
urnment
. II
\ I
I

now kin
h. v .
title tcnlo

Mi A.i.i' '
.- to
.nii.i membei foi BI I
bul M ll

Mi .\.
vould not "
....
rod to
. .. Rule adj

nment
| HARRISONS "';tr\T

Juei Received
u fresh shipment m 1*1 IIIW CHOWS

Ml H. Jason Jones & Co., Ltd.
Both Nurse and Huphrey won
---------1" taken to Dr. Bay ley's H
v*i .. Humphrey 'uffered from a Sprain-
^ ed right ankle. Thev wi-i
jj^ and discharged.
The front of the bicycle and UW
left head lamp of the i
reel* damaged.
"C^olmialiif"
Out-
THE French liner CoUmbie
expected to arrive here be
Southampton this morning, ma
1 mg her first stop on hi
Caribbean cruise.

| Sl
The
_ .-lock on September lv.
19 he went 10
B irch three time-
He read Bible In tin- ChuVcn
tnd the second UnW he afOM to
the Chur h
there.
"I saw Springer abon'
of the allege t
crime when he showed me the
lip* of paper. I did not s-e
Springer on September 1, bit
lepti
when we uravellod together
-.iptember 18 I eame
llndgetown on the bus bt*
town about 7.43 a.rr
|f-ft town by bus E21 about 10.1 >
am and reach-
.....
. the accused showed me
the tlips of paper."
Tii Mr. Field Greaves said that
the accused knew he wai
searehe I
and
Si ""a.""- TbJSL/'?S
Onai
^r &-*
uia-
going on to Trinidad. She
I Eng calls at La Guaira
_i cao. CaitggQua and J.m...
. ra. iriu.i.."*..r. k. be returning to Barbadoi
i.. an- around January 20 via the sam?
* b.i.iuis.,..4. . I..I..IM.II nor- except Cartagena. She la
I unsigned to Messrs
nw & Co.. Ltd.

d l-b.....
i ImUS SUM it I "Hi l.iii
( Inlil afkodotfj
,tnes* called was Cpl
Harold Bryan atUched to I
M. Jones Police Station. He said on Sep-
tember 19 It was reported to C.I D
She Mode it Herself!
STRIPED SHIRTING
p., yd___________$1.04 & $110
IMITATION LINEN
36 .d. p. -. ___$1.09 & $118
WHITE POPLIN
31 w.de P., Yd
97c. & $1 04
CAVE SHEPHERD & (il Ltd.
0. II. 12 (V I i broad Street
AFTER Tin: w/t.s rush
YOl ll. SEED i TONIC
UVANS
IIKPHCfW"
IONIC RESTORATIVE
\n excellet't Vulrienl ToguE cnlainiii- the anli
Aiuenuc printiple* ol i.iv.i combined iih Iron and
\n nllllli Acid.
KNIGHTS LTD.


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AWOI NCEMENT9
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AUTOMOTIVE
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To Ford
n in it .Minus
NOTICE
i .1..1.1 ii..s ... inn NOUMM
MlIT
All prraoni wlehlnf to manufactur-
FANCY MOLASMU (or thr i
part kiMn thr Barbadne r"ane
IiBiw PTr-rariion and Export Art.
IWI II at* **d to -ppl. to the TWp-tl-
i .rut of AtTirulturr I'M an Appli-ai MM
rm> whwh lu bo romplale.1 M
..turned not later Ihen the Jeiiuur.
Il after which date application lor
MoUhn lo- i>ur*i' i - '
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PLANTATIONS BI'ILDING. I.OUKR BROAD STREET
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v. .1, of Jtmea
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TIII'KSDW J \M MIV in. I1B
WEST INDIES SCORE 327
I.Ol / Hue Makes 106 Runs
Kn
II \KOM> DALE
SYDNEY, -Ian. 10.
ALAN HAE toxik advantage of the opportunity lo
pnctl :iniry match it Lauri
I 1 10'i out "I ihi v.
of W.
It vm ouad iiiimi^ and with Marshall who Ron
30 still MflWing from has log, it may bo Iho prolucta l
n-luin fa tlir Filth T- it
j2 ami June-. 4*1 v.cu- > >' M
bit- E ^SK" a
.rid of BBboth hitting ix- q
es ami It
dderd dm noi u.i owipo to .< *""""*
thnw.t
il
I lost
thru -
19 In i>>< aecond innli
id \-itli nine
* I- 1.1 I.M.i.

b DUpfc-r
in I* Ofwwv h
xn
Total ifor I ki
SI
ory
Ol A Famous Team
Hi iiiii \ i.i ..\.\
SPORTSMEN OF
THE YEAR
lit I II I MC OOWBAM i>n. IJlll..r of Ihe I.ondoa r.\rnhi* Ve'
; Iph Turpin is Bi item's outstanding sportsman of 1051
That I:. opinj of a large body of sporting
members ol Britain'g Sport Wrtt<
who recently concluded their annual ballot.
1 I i <
lUoo without any question or
i i done most ijui
and in- I Irawli unlucky not to i-
i Or Euro-
an country he
pha* in- "i eay teed. But in Brfl
rhph i rage i 'i' 1
lad about oydlri I
Continental counterpartwhich i
Duke (motet odd, since Britain gave 'he ano4
rid and .-till build* manj
i i r th.- beat bl< vt-ii- Harrl
I a poll in taw. In 195). when he
i won the world pi I
r> insjMengbJn lor the tbu I
la succession (an unp:ir.iU.*l<-l
feat) he dropped to second place.
A curlou c pubh>
opinion.
:t\Hiritr For Olympic Tille
Roger Binnisier. No. 3 on the
hit. u already the generally-
l.ivotll III' fCM 'tl
TOT'I'I.'
Icadii s
Turpn
more th.n Harris. Other
i subatan-
.
the Brit
lumping teem at the 1852 Olym-
:! (. youni
But ,
1 >1
JL jy
Lrr^LH
m wm IJfl


one of
-
UfO ton
teams in nd flvi_- ifam.-
'.' aides. Sim h famous 1
evei no 1901 li becai the > Mont, Video,
south of 1 ..lined
to win the root "td Spurs finished
Cup. bltl :''"> "pwtinii and successful
'
| ,:li Olympic l,W-metra title .it Hel-
l who ink.. Thr* tall, quietly eonflden!
bid Brttatn'a chief

winner of thi- Dtatnon I
|
cording
theory, i
: WOO ir.il
the world'
himself
thoughtful
tour uy winiiin^ all

194)|__ mat* "< "ii a goal n i
19)51 win '-'" the cluu
the top of the Si

ion in : "' In inn' i I anotbei IS yeei
I l on the won i
[uerland
Adopted By -"*Zll un,g-1'/ afaetkei of i> \ .hp
in UHMlant' "f the I'h.im.i I | -
U whi ,
:.:

goal-krcpai Qltchburn, lull backi
1 hall
N

le^ and the i-
uti in. in .o

liShcd dob, and it wai from thr
ol the -in ket club that
i| port in tneat
aenj deyi ol pioneer lootbail
wmafi the cfoaaoai wai
ed by .i piece of tjpe iid a tinglv
footb-n bad to last a iut
Ihrouuliout a season,
dared their share of trials and
trOmlations Within
l'l-%rtl
i.liur *2



I
dual .....
ofTthetr modest but ': PtW etc* W- lean
atari tl '" piece in
. ., t. ..in ,.t iky
live <>l the Cam-
bridge bo bei n m
Jennens, the stroke, or Brinn
lani
<;real In Oefeal

o>'ipii TurpLn would bead
A^ ihe flrtt Briton lu win th
World iiinldlrwt i.
- Ilf Il4)lj
I -.inmon*. VOUttg Turpin has
tted K.oKdom riKht bnek
1
na beaten

i a rurptn em
l i London,

Grounda in Hew York. M) ipuil n
is lhat t;i i. i. a in en -
. bean In victory-
ti-t Tur-
Ever* year the membern
ol Hrluiir* Sp.tt- Writer*'
Auorijlinn hold ballot to
iinil ihr >l\ sportsmen whn
have done meal diirlnc thr
year In Intern*llonal M>ort
to iipliuld lint.in prc-Ilci-
In Uielr l^lesl poll- they have
rhosen as Sportsman of thr
Tear tin- former unrlrf mid-
dleweight Im.\-ui rhamplon.
Randolph Turpin.
IN riRMT luuinfi Oerry Oontat caughi by Lamjley on John-tone far four. Left to right Laugley,
_MUler. Ian Joknacn. Eing. Oomer. ___________________ ,, PresapkOM
Brightening English Cricket
Br I'lilK IVIUOM thoG we un-
AS wc are aooroiii-iuiii: it
hreakneek o i in entirely m
r diUon.- ignpoata which
turns so that an OVt '' rcr,uinly like to s- pavlUOfi
; fatore.
nily something drastic must be II -
it nil- put (niv.
, teket.l"
I
nel h. s Rait Kei i
imaginative put '
eUddleaex
and BnaSaii .



i
i.tv 11 a.m. lo Zl
61 toi lunch. 3 pan I

,...!.,, 110.B20
i tors.
First (Same With Arsenal
A
ii
Yuuiik Hen's ii'i.'ti.i

uui name i>t Tottenham
, into cup toot-
(...II. anvak
whin the .lot
-
flvt itoab to two Two y*
Toitcnbara pleyi I
i \ i I d i

[ghllght of
. I, t : I .
i
i Vs favoui
the Spin

Uud n a
pun af the B
ui wild
:
lo Lot
don for

a

no other
Hub in tl
tronh) from
In ION

Poslponr Strike
sumnv In that
i Kingdom rootbaB .... , to
dvaacad to tna moat tonnkUblt ,.. No i so
f the Second Division in its appearance Inc. W..... W li 1953 tot I Mi", think h has the
now. He baa run toa
b.i. Bum l**t- '" wlnnli
nwrfnWM ni"!h Amateur Athletic to-,
......
.conds. ..nd. in Phlbsdelph
a.hen in- be if the heo taakntt l "
a America, be returned betting.
"SIS. /I i B^-Should
,, . i..r- \'Z rJ k,1'- Z"'' A,m>',';'
II meet ai
lie. With the 'itioolb"" **

1OT0. to the top of the First Di- II.
lulling .if SUaafl

Ide of the itun .
. I bi
. i i
FALLEN Ot I'M
ind engagini! amlle, baa this year g__|
i ..'I'd i.iii < if beyond all doul I
|
ii iior-cyi
piodueei. In atddtl u atead of one,
jpth junmr and aenloc Tourk i boui I
Ti"Ptu- racea In the i,i,- of m,,,. be bt
i
i- .
.i the oppi

"double'
[tan Grand r, i |

inp an-

h


Advantage*
,
in iwi 11- b
y lulkner, tn The
bringing the 1951 Open cruunpica on ,h-'
ship back to Britain nehfc

thai h;.- been vei
argi
._ >

in con-J

i. t cat
in Ille di
aittri thai
i i i wee In the dl|

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