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PACE IK.IIT BARBADOS ADVOCATE IRIDU JIMWRY 11. 1M2 W.L Beat Tasmania By 10 Wkts. Ferguson Bags l\ I Oil I.I \4 II Six Wickets Irmn IIAKOU> l>ALH SYDNEY Jan. 11. Davidson of Team opposition i" iht We.i Indirs toda) at La Ma T: mvi\l them from complete i i ttatiT opp,,, i %  ] 120, tl. WeH Indie* corad M WWH out loss t. %  win by HI wkkata. Willv I 'Kt \\ 1 I t K* I I I •> I I I I ha • %  • licit lUlfi 1 % %  IP hi* Worrell I he I p-Grade u* |Ul stand%  I i %  V aj 11 KOI RON rirth i> i %  i I trrtfKon l* m I-,., .... b V.Mtln, %  'i %  Vilvaealr dr. Hull m the %  MDun a Thursday, he will viaM uniing t'i %  Mi. Dun told tha Meet %  %  i during Ihi r.lj-ICt with the I hike Of Norfolh who owne ana of largest i .'ll'lll. %  %  during, lua ("i rean lit I M H inner*, about 24 SOCOTHK ihlrdi Mi Dun .it uracllcaUj _>il the big hi %  tea over 1 %  irnl in I hi' Cambridge*!! Who's Who In The B r And "C" Classes Ranger I 1 hM lt\ Our Yachting Curre-pondi-iH OWraBUKKESR^oluKuretu, season after a real last yeai. Resolute %  Klpp red by ngd) mond Burxe. is expected t<> aai) in tha Iii Koval Barbados Yacht Club which take* place on Satur<:. "ted and recoi I n i be Intereettruj although man) £j o"wn !" by S n A tiers did not enter their boats on time. The vetCi lebut thi, season ans predict itrofsj winds and heavy seas for the bettei | of the aeaaon, n..roid aid ka %  %  I'ucks." K4HI %  taajkaapi red VJci \ v eter a n oi %  %  many i I thi* seasons races and an improved pet But Caraa, Did not season as her ownei i Hi ii,. i ( i nil* ii i ha will skipper hei the Island, Anotla i parted t< Tnirteen boa ill in the ( %  Bt III Ha. Tbu boat waj foraned by Die l.. %  %  in thai Clans and then good |>erlornianre. t I IMBBP I %  %  I "f the Lightning CI*'* which made her debut not give e ai hei C r>t Nan %  will i %  i> Mai Jm Proverb* and William Goodear* m Tril bca-. 0 HMITH (not out ecu and K. Walcott (not out I) in veaurdar's play m thr flmti arlahal trial gam. ] for the LosOf two Wickets in thai* Bi-t inningin <> tha i ivilion tor th" luncheon inUrval Walcott %  • taam had then •.corod ttl run* i-ply to Hi Firm "! XI -<"r* of 330 rank. thi. Smith Scores 99 In Cricket Trial i ..t A chanceleei '' AT. K was the hi final cricto I rie which is bell mann ins !>y which wai cri p Iron beginning to end. iiidrove, out and fa K .... -1.' %  i m b end i Mr. Uurr said his In-st inouiH .,,,. ,. n lh ( •"''.! cvere with the pa.-c bowler*. A', hall Irom K. MX Tin ll cott railed "Olympir" tho | un heoii Interval hi which he i-tes .,ai*>ut tha thini dafaaMd wnti w > time tint he tool | %  i (.,t 45 VelaanM %  •a i |ai i%  • : i m England Mr. Durr had %  WOTd 0| l'i" IMI MI. WoUay Sin>th the ireiw i tor Iho Duke of N^if are about 52 horaea at thi trained by Mr. Leeal Kurini: Caenur Brion <-<•> L|> A Notch ST. LOVIg\ Mlaaourt, Jan. 10. Argentine beat Caesar Bnun. moved up a BOtOl etiaUangerr tank*. after hammering out a ill B owei tiie pgeviMariy unbeaten Weabury Bi Bf tail st. tflu night. found anj %  i %  Ue *ald th luiyi *ere very good, considei Ing thai thej new r served an ihip which if th lltn ...rvl urr,t,ld Mi Panm r* XI wh %  BUI gl llw end of pla> on the fl.-: I %  q Bee bov/Ui I %  low boa tr Horace K I uli the buk' ii maid' B ,,uiu i %  '"' runs. singW K a meat bowling with RV h hii .V from Lewies* to the legaide lor three to put the too in so mln• I--1 ufM mi i i i afore to King K good u-iiath i< Id<%  I rollowcd nialo. Atkinson and pi,r. %  other batsman had three n-.amder of Kinu' over. Ora>i a I with .' tingle. At 138 ii,.1.1, r l %  ; ,v, "in.,u. bowled by iitmen wtth lourth ball of rTorman Marshall' BU Be hoping shortly to nuln her 'v %  B I alagy. Owi n Burke, thi has iMi.-i' %  %  %  B.i ees^aie. Returns I %  %  | %  ,p tbini ii ad hi 50 aftehe aver-iges and in some rtrde M for K nunI a-e felt that she should hav Bit MX fours. uon the Trophy. Han. After t h e luncheon interval Will be :.l the helm. Last yea jiwless bowling lag spinnvi Hammond too rJtcraed OWlad l" Smith Who lOOlC • %  '"' but eventually he found h'tn ngla In the %  eeond ball. Walcoii "if going out three iimw i When Mit>ra Blalr nnd also i ib Mora wai i1 WakoM played ccajkrais, Bajnineauf' from King and v.. > bntbei Vmeant Burke. ;,i. FBUOWMarshall. Atki iMin I bw B :| "*" " lu ,s K other places, Mr Durr said he It will as good I improve turn judgment o( plgce, one of tha %  pori Despite the diaadvantage of not „ k l( ;, lld AlUl < VUlg an appren' i ruinot*, len ](urr nSought that the local eys anticipated anti hen ;it the ggti Mr lockwell L He. 11 n ntadi Mil m.ii '! .f Unwell'. over. An uppeal for leg before by llowen for Kim; wai upheld 1 % %  I At the end of la] Ml K. eplled wltb "'• %  "• '" ,;i1 "r" waa ISO. iim runs (or the loan ot eight Mr. Walcott^i XI Hal Pace ixiwie, Prank K of H KHik throe wloketi for M rui King was not t^o hnprt ly stage but after lunth Walcott XI The first over waa and %  %  wee eaugn eeond ifl A i 99 m and (nine i i out leg benipay n 170 ml i' of the season. Ptly Jack itUl incldonl whl %  \v-r oeaaaj one of th< ... %  B" iTOgth) lor the bkal %  laek %  i i part of the season bu. ;, >> ra.e lalei in order 10 qu..hl. /or the ft'ontanac Race, He ha. hi* eye en Ifea coveted Trophy." lie will be launch inn month. IIS Mischlel. Thai i. owned by loha Toppin Mil will be •klppereti hta son Stantoi.. Anothei •< i etch boat In this Clasb ami Ua.... fiMiieily keen oetween herself. vli i.iroi Veneauela, has IHTD roThe t' I iir-i day of plas eaay and gtvi' 1.1 help to the paoen but King Rot one or two t. circling iv/ay Mom hii and linng punches Bascoms Mvle wai Jual what Brloo ipparei tl t< %  Whan ,..,„„,.,; the fliiht ended, Baacomi face % %  puffy ami his left eye COmpt %  closed. Before the tight, iinon was ranked seventh amonit heavyweight contender! in the latest "Rfnit Maguina'' standings. Bascom was rated fourtl gghw unong light-heavyweight contenders foe —U.P. i %  t K Mom iho U tl %  • K ten who wall ovee iho ball. At the .,thar end Rudder'n (Mht < "ins. Smith co\ e I %  Ural Ingdni off Mr. Ti %  > %  %  Tha score was 28V lor ti Dei. ll for 1 and drove to the Woet IndMe next took strike from gfenith Ml i %  M elao to thi t'ollege upenlng bet) played out an %  pin wai b Aikins liun tint %  ored and iii his second i> The PU] Bascom's .supporters believed that a change of Iscttcs led t ibe Mr Durr sgid lhat the Officials, downfall ui the haid-pumhina; starters and everybody had made Bgajro who sustained his Ilrst deh|m „„,„. miin eomfurlahle. ami feat in 14 :hu. Bashe waa very hsppy to ride omon t com. 180 ixmnds, previously hint „ mc ,. bunch of bnyi. He has been employed a hit and run attack. ^ Impnfs i>oae4 t. 1 etui n ika sen In the next %  %  | .. %  Ii nul.i.l i;." ing li mi Veat I the Uj M aid H aaMh year owners OTO j i bettoi type <>r fOr I I lotkev mjghi txuught to laga pan in longer distanced racee. whim OUld '-liable them to M more There ire twe Mr, Dun Ior %  I %  Mta pulled II i WEATHER REPORT YESTERDAY Rainfall trom OodrltiRton %  nil Tout Rainfall for month to date. .01 lu Highest Tempfiatiire Hil-ft F. Lowest Tcnipeiatin. > wind Tekciti %  imirI~I host BaromaUr ("'ami 30 o|.. |3 p.m.) M4 TODAY Sunrise: till a.m. Sine-' Ml l>''i Moon PtnA Qii-vi i gaaaary 4 Lighting: r.00 p.m. High Tide: 3.47 in., 2.22 p.m Low Tide: f h. in 15 Chosen After play had ended yi i clay of th lafcet li'sl name it Kensington, bo n.iib.Ki.s Criekal Bolectori ihose 15 players from which the nfth. The 300 m minutei ol i %  i > > end lb %  llrst mail-down H King to Lawk* When 1 d raw hen BOfl '• to pull the fourtl Klng*i Sotfa over gave Smith .. .. pt. .". % %  Opel l b) King. M i Hoi ei 4 \ eof I i • i \._. ,. ,,'"£,„ t ...ih.tilo%  lay Jan %  ilonial %  gton, Th. II playen i (Police), Wanek i II K ii be %  IntarTournanient .,t ire W A. KniiH E. Atkinson linker (Emit (Spartan) I %  i EO MM (ComA Heuw iKini'i > i i llnnto ( %  rnpira), it King (Kmt Km(Contbei BO I ball (WanderiMQ (Wandareis), C. Brauh > i. A M. Taylor Pickwick and C B wllhaau (Carlton). \\ lial's on To.la 1 — 10,00 i Court of Appeal and Police Courts lo ini a.m. rolice Band play* at Di-tn.t %  B" Mtation 7l.il Briti-li Coiuii'tl film nhOK" 8 pm. MolnkCinema 'how at Lain nuiiK Pasture. t Josepl. -8 pin. : i In hi Ittl and Atkln< getting] a thar end Will ed down ovei which In this o" %  gftor he I l< \ lc IB %  • Mtf 57—2—0, r %  % % %  '' .i Kbagle I V I, I irbed Km/ was brought on <; pdn uitii the %  core at go to f A. Oft. WaUfieU gOt over an in, -winger and pushed %  ly lot • over before lunch %  trial waa 84 for the loss of tw> Ith Smith 60 ai by Frank Kit Grant scored 10. Smith tint 11 latwless went Smith but when was RIVI fore. He made his .. aj eg ,.1.,^ ,i out thr i ilntnd an in it'i iiirt. former l y owned by %  .ight b) the ball on the lei Dr KUkCh, Itl praBtnt own. %  I III Ihl %  % %  of %  lowed. Ml rear, it is A rising bail ., ralrly new boat but wai eery, I •truck lawless ami I • in and HI Moyra Blair. Owned by %  ball he received from Convnodore J H, wllkbum King wi %  ppered by h aoa Teen. Mayru %  • thi re at ltd off tha old -A" iuns for the loss „f Hght wickclass boats. She won tha AM three M in the "B" Class last season. 'inlitioneil BI Rascal. Owned %  stoute. Rascal is i of nirt. She Unbound p.'rform;mre Ifl :,cing one of thi off tin el-. B *• Okanl. Repainted and reoondltinoed ,t Burke's Bench M J. D. Chandler I : ,. %  %  % % %  I'urke. Another of the "Id "A" %  itand shows excellent Form i" very hard win*.. Crew wil' ,nd Mrs. J. n Ouutdsai The scores :— NO pAaantai u—iat i n m %  ;' lli.nlp rrllii.1 %  II KtnK ,ir. i 11 Km b nuwrn 1 I .1 I. IMI out %  SM M I lor IN J •i ii. t ti>r no. ft tot no. • for an. for 1ST. a for *. B l 311. 10 for SU IK1WI.IM. A'. U O M l W i n i II u i at i n a TI 4 11 1 TS 2 •Onffliri lb To'l 'lot Wt i rot 101. lor laa. a lor tat I tot IM IWWl ISO ANALValB Does your Roof need Painting t Then BOWRANITE il—and forget it. >r the best prntection against Unit and Corrosion use BOWRANITE ANTI-CORROSIVE PAINT Goes Farthest — Lasts Longest One Gallon will cover 700—1.000 sq. feet. Stocked in RED. GREY. BI.Al K In drums anil tins of Imiiennl Measure WILKINSON & IIAYNES (0.. I/ID. — By Jimmv H;tlo .'o*.(0-H*-**-H*! • S NO"MS TO IT< I 1 .\OUHNT TWM< OF >"'.' %  %  I .V .N THE uctonaS : 50£S CO'EM EH-HEH-HEH.'ASsfOF I W4S NC=^ SO T^E /LL My U=E-UM-JSE STEEL WOO. ON TVS CCS ASD fK5 ASO W4SH T-E S-ASSES s 5J3S0-lW&l= I' • .. mr'Mp \\ ,^Jmilrfr



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FRIDAY JAMABY 11. 1152 BARBADOS ADVOCAT1 PACI THRU: he stall. RITUAL MURDER CASE oking for • is'.urn tain i • tram rBr %  made the statement v was not it lO Springe. -"> Lb* police did ooi M IH* station uben Springer ww, look, he . n Mm. mornin,, he --AI1I tlOUKC ami IUkr aome clothing. TaM IVIm hthei he (suu ttenatf, %  aUtou the one he had mentioned werc abo ^j^n ^^ Gr#tV es' as belonging lo Greaves. He cmild house not remember whether Springer Greav ., WM rtle l on OctoMbM at the station and had ber a while Springer wan charged given a statement n September =7 Remain* Found Next to give evidence w.. Inciar.ne Sobei what they < been it. Una, he '-i i IItirfnnu Log MAIL NOTICES /. Boys* Clubs: Thw Girh* Cru**-examined he Ml (nought there some magt./inei had been taken ; •taUon rrmatlm* before inwn ethei any police read chanted as he said % %  them. Many phials tonUinmg fluid of the people of hi* Greaves had been at the itat had identified the knife. They told Greaves in the presence of Springer that || %  aid he (Greaves) wag rrsponsitpecXor Cec ,i Bournc H e was al „, n SMBS SSUTB JS3 SSJJfc " r! iS w 5 jS^'.k**^^ m n vcatlialiona hf n makiim who h.udone Uw dew. Pc sarfeenl brouehl MM acdeulnedbylhePoUcebuthecouId „„„ and old hlm „ 0 han ,„,„„. n-ml.r whMh... Omvei aUa lh „ waa releued before Sprm.fr oa ,.,. .„ nlllmM h (i EMnriB Boye. gf " %  . %  %  ""I .:*i reed lo The vvl i Al The Rum Sk.* IK.Harrw, %  %  h*.,--" < i -1 Bl LllCW, Mid he k-ve K I'"", i the aecu>ed. On September 111 he m % %  i vas in bi* sh.-.. when hi heard nir^anar* B a (Mombt.TWO Una net. l.pl ling a pohceman paawd "t^XJ"^^"':! ion. net, c* About B p.m. accused came to run.* far Rtmu. .. nis shop. He called him toward* *, %  %  ...> the bar. H. a domestic er, hirit to dnilh u (ltJ ,„.. llBi Id. St. Lucy, sau BU mcicnl metW3 ;>' huv dllsaXl tot "— --* %  "•"-II In the shop ' E 21 she went into the canea" to pick He offered me a drink and we I .!' <*ra*. The okras were in a dram racn had one He told me to cU ir. the fleld Phillips who wan in U>. "V .' >" "I saw the insteps of a child feet g^ry department of the shop near the okra tree, she *a.d -The oal |ed him and Colvin WWII %  %  in.<-w. —-. %  He said that dsjngsj th.Chrtatlog and law IM when mas season many ( bl stall spreading th<%  hi among many utallg si the at the All **l Agtuultui.i. %  %  The i">( "S". mat*, hnt*. shoe making, gflnbroKh the pubthe rasspoB While 1 t<>ll the iiunmoii thiii). for Bui ton to buy d gflB : Than had been a discu-iton bexhj, ,, a „. mcM and Springer about C ou,t m^n....... he i< I St," ColYto WM 0t •n" 1 took Springer to Pie Corner a. he the doctor ,.,,,, n,,,, !" (,„ -^•'^ — ; arSSs . goinif to Canada. %  i i %  .. %  i he had passed Septerr '<-> %  tri hr aUasBBd murder. r himself % %  Qekarew w w „ I0 una. came lo ^j m(llnPr -. hoUi a|Kl (1 „,,„, ,„,„,,,„„ 11V ,„ „, „ hli Si (f l Ml to Greaves >,„:,. • J-Jjct how la..it % % %  _Sh.Md ,hop. Colv.n .nd Burton appe. took j1 in the |Un,„,, Rv(raHum|nU|W there m v.hKlos gDd on the wayf(" I ned. Ker.lled \tWINGs YEAST-VITEI On Septenilvr IB he mm that night, he *i %  •ink gaor i leierrinK Mid that on September 24 he was 1 Hill Police Station. The accused who had been landing by the door, said he had not ilep m all the night lieft)-. •r. He said of t.lkme about ld*i murder. to the station, they stopped at Mt Pl"*elhi Road. ggsj the accused whethci Mclvor Greaves was the MdVOI Greaves he had mentioned II. Mid yea. I nikci Mdvor Urvavei "I took him lo Inspector Bourne said he did. ami told Inspect".Bourne what "1 told Oraavoa of the aul he had of the rtatomenl springer had "The 1 pit | In Springer said and he sal to Uy gf| tfi.it he hnd told it tn Greaves corond I. to hia left Inapaetor Bourn* lactly. a „ ' %  "' a-ked him whether he wanted to -Greav. strongly denied the ac,. R*nli ' •* make a -Mtenu-nt abont the ih.ld CUMlUoni with an oath ^ l A ^ OU "" h Ur **" C lV '" '' ''' -Act .! he w "The Inspector cautioned hlm %  howtd (.' iout th but thought ed to l-e friend He *aid he Cpl. Thomas B.ii „, IH I.'-.a i . —— %  The Only Pain Reliever containing Vitamin B< %  l way. 1 hud told him thai i li. I | seen th ii... Colvin Wild bint |0 HI •d load aim Uw Uon bacatm II had itopped in Uw Al.nl J II. If. IVOI O'reawai was re<-alled s^iX i-,x%< He said !. %  •"• %  F i-ei before he loined ihe v I ha mu not Mend !• with him afwi Ihi arm) day* %  "" *"• '" hi Ra '*<> praaant at the Court %  ban i tenant was j ",,'.. "*i i could bring arHDaataa to K. O eluit thai JSVSTtitaTi5 Seawell BWpWmMI 1 Thev *m Uiraum Ihdr miiwlut ^""mtJStn"* I Uw Chureh lad'. Brigade, tr. HIM,. "" %  '' '" %  %  * I M ..Id ht M un i l .inl l u.l ln ,. „„„,„, ,,„ „,, „, , h| | d ; For ; HEaDtCHES j J NERVE PtINS ; COLDS : CHILIS RMEUMITIC 1 •JINS by *aylnf you ate nnf okHgcd lo Canadian Army. Greave. ...tmil' uaaac but anvlhiiik von led thai h' Tined lo *"' aboul three qiiniter. o aSr^, "W '' '• %  ;. %  V o* mBo from •wn OOBW snd read a lK-k. The !>.** was SuiH-rlntend.nt S.mmonds wa g^g" ; ro— t. %  T.l..1. I Bwre aboul and went a\ ." ltd returned ahout .'> 3ll p r 1 Cilvin ton afterwards | taojath* M nhoiit seven to eight bichaa loig n sickle The Court in a m to-dav \l.\\ LOOK" "HO aald, "yen", | want to give a statement. baapectOf BOtirna wrote which had been taken from Me the caution read it over lo the Ivor Greave*' home and he said I and invited him lo read It that lr*fx<"d like it )lit tn.it over him i i i and then 'he trousers and shirt he wan then Mgncd it %  had e V" t^tween'"*" an n " Al1 i %  tine n September 19 Sh rtlH m „ -„ r.Veve that wader. an weal backto Crab Hill ^ hr md "*" %  arr xn "" Tn*iec1or in m> ptMirm Th>i Si'i>•rur^-examiiicd. hho said that II Invited t- reftd temner 2S and he bMarvlawad b*l Betai and Colvln RuUlp • rrom l*age I ,_& ( H on -vhi.'ii he got At*t cousins. in lana BlhCC IMf. "It M howN ,., ,,-.„. ,..,, ,,... %  read It. said • t ant. A^. a result of that The distance between ItWU ft h..|>ed that Iprne IncreBaa in T ^igne<--nous. _, rang will lake plaoa when .nJ "As a result of the -tatrmi-m PHar Hoi* II H drawn tohll about 200 yards. She did not know cessions are granted in Mat.'. Spunnvr w... laken from the staattanUotl tor Uv -h... Chandler sl.uiu I hut year.' he said T.. non and he Srectod ,. to £• Uwre wa* an Inner chamber H< • Ihwd abotH, mlU frfem He OKpreaaad tn, hop, that the J placementioned in • %  B**iM Bm. When PU1HBB OOM -.11 he able Amot, the plaie, W. which he look J -££* —• -•£ *V " g JS %  i I !*WS ^'peS Hoto^wK '".^^^ ; ^hjd r^rc.1 ^ when ^..to, > _,..„, Puh^j^eton* FJa-, examined CONQUER PAIN WITH he assisted ti. In lookn irts of the child NoUllgdj was found. I -Here we went to Me Ivor ri home. Greaves came homo while we were there .md WO) then made asked whethci he had seen the %  •"!• "ichildren, was a few iarda from deuce as to UM Ul n aa t of bjt. Boyce's house to have beao Hi ..id f hav V. I lark* as 1 Sgt. Clan : i dirt II > n. u J revolvinl sign panel in 'he front. The lighting 1 iionvelv atnio iheie thai teni of the pn i it buae* and aluo has n soothing afreet ''n the eye Tht hell, used by passengcts t" the coach, given on. • ill be a possible change type of buses which la i A Voice used, depending on Agatha COTDin l Ii. ^ urner • %  saiu UM I t.re>hoiind le a search. V. „..,,. dav the child warn missing. She The COMCII. which ha. -On the relurn journey, wh ll J* - ''" '""' !" " P*.nc-e of the Oreyhour OB Mt Knendvhi,, n Ht Bo0< H d t nd ManK was ovei the half •*! In Tnn.dad. H buill 00 an Hood the van stopped. | | "' -. \ ' 'u, T ''-' -"" ""' "^IldOn ibOT* < All and 8pi .• .' 1 f '"T,v, do.,, hair cioeni. accagoariodation f M rhe loadgut and (lee Q^ |nf ^ ,, „. h )il( k ., •is Uua the Mr Ivor Oi „. e immntMU „ HM aim aoina And H I 'W'T 1 whom vou referred In ynu itowSl,i .... men, and Spring.,... long, -nd an .'* -^ <*i'pprd with •>, -The inspcto, ,KH him J' ." ill to. whether the trousers and shirt ',, av i goUtf fwwn the road and Which hH Men taken I Xn SgV C.arke re some li.n,. icognwe '".""' were lhre ltou..-r. ,.,,,„.,,. i f,*e MaB.*!ra!e ,on s he had MM "I •"' "<" %  "' l> u on boul .., •!.,„.,.., .MU. 10 him whether it was the rKri., win lo.M.-s-exan.C>oaa^amln*d she said she cueetl said that that looked ll* inr ,.,. ,. llgM had only heard the voice but had ,^1^, of thc dr-wlmg sound of It. Inspector Bourne then '-' lurP of the h 0 *PJ" kor "; JJ "*?• the prawaM hall, the mi Greavea ihe substance or the Ft* •clllll were I H aW feat ..fl If "erh ,, .. This atateme, 5 i -' "" louk n 'ne then Springer thai to tay anythti may be riei asked Spring. K nlaaPfdafll IlljlwTt'd %  %  riding it at.mg Baxter's Road. S' aaas.> ''/. Y, %  'EAST-VrTB Ti gflBa i. Bderml I • ; -u Ngm n< Utl %  '• %  wbJdh Al so >MIIUU(CIUK yon get YEA I .i RELIEVES YOUR PAIN AND MAKES YOU FEEL WELL A revolutionary new Germicidal Soap containing Hexachlorophcne Ierl I* a new kind of dual pur-o*r ap and i Uie in-i -up manafartiired in the I n'ted Kinrdom to contain the germicide Hexachlorophene. technically known as G-ll. lleiurhloropliene Is a germicide that remain* fully active nhrn ued in the Perl formula and I* odorlnr. and non-lrriUllnn u> thf skin ii. 'i %  -i. iii both Ublri and liquid form Ban already lieen adaeted In HxilMh Medical and heallh auflorltle IH tors u ,t for Ihelr ......1.1 hygiene, s,. pwerfel are Ihe antlaeptie qualitir< of Iterl Soap that In many ho*plUls, where l>rrl U 0*ed. the ten minute pre-nperallonal *erub>. have now been reduced c> a three ndnate waah. Iterl -.h...ih] exert a marked benelU to perN.iiiel in Industrial Planlo because of IW .. %  -.I preventive effect en areendary InfeeUon* frum minor in)nrlen and ita promotion of rapid hi ..Iin. All Publie Medical (ilute* wenld benefit with Ihe u*e of each n eaap. '-v*-^-.-.'-'-*.'-v<.-.*--, On !*ale si all Ifrug Storn. v^'-^^--%^^vv*.*,'V^.v>'x.v-*-vx.'-'-'*^v'**-^' ( .rt fOUHJH IHfiPCDItNT IS QUIHINE! •. tatrst Has 1 tha 0l Hirer **ll-pro*i madiclivn (fhsnscenn. CW*ina jnd *,(•!,'uhi r iK Andl -.th s iouTH ingredient. And Mils loorth llHHflin aM rawfaw ike ^oihmg sctlon of the othsr ihrae, DO YOU SUFFIR FH0M TMESC P these*" H* flBaew hds(i. co*dt. toothache, (heumsmm. muarnlar atwa, nawdgu. awaetreal piim. And. hs loanh aurialw. QatWea. b...n down wealhh tamparswres hat I TMtH nttlBVt PAW ...AT ilVCf/ you var* llttla io bur J-l>lt sn.slopaof 'AMACIN'— anough 10 b'Hif reu '' '%  || t' ,r o*" %  %  "• e"' * P" tB ,,Q '" h n< *y boaei :. and botdei of SO tsb.cii lor liouiahold UM Doctori and dentnti %  meny parts •/ *mt weliomad w**OH" fV ,r-' of aw*. I" Crest 8'itawa avsr 12000 dutO'i and drrtuli retomrnaad *Vi use awN a\|l////^ f @ .0^ esr soME'AMACIN'TOOAr AMD AflM rOURSUF AC/WIST PAW .*4.' I** m*t MM ISAOIS ENGLISH ELECTRIC /.r, Chase away coughs! TWO WONC.mtVl PFWfD/£S Zubes Cough Mixture An tonUanl renx-.l. ih.it nphfr* ^oollid ^o U ^K^ jnd ommi faalat. Ihe rcnil> t.ir th.whok ra all] chttaV rcn love thi". paBaMM taUulf '••'up. Be *ure rou %  %  Z %  ough Miiturc m vow liorm. Zubes Cough Lozenges M ahorl wofko*hujiNeiK".ind thtcji IrriUtwaH in aoafcal v,&i tina, ZMbaa aw raaal) 10 be po|ined Into your mouth .it ll sign of diy oHire throat. NAME THAT STANDS FOR QUALITY IN A 2UIESINHALER .ROM *Xl GOOD CHEMISTS AND I V OAMU* .1 I REFRIGERATOR an*". m—v^ a*i< II.TIII.IICIIIV KraM I nil llraulilul In ll.-.iiin AIISIr.1 ( uhinrl llrminmiciil lo l>|H*ralr .W*ar l.n.ir inl. HI V IV KrlwEJHI BLKCMWK Hi:InU.l.ll \TOtt TH-H.XY I i ill SII silll'Mi:\l lll.ll IM HECEXTLV MAKSflNC A HI.. I l ll.-A..... IM %  l-'ll'l



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PACI I'OIR IIAKR.WOS ADVOI \IF FRIDAY JAM \KY l,\RR\TX)S1a*Al)''()(*ll I 1 --— f -i PtftasaS b> -tir Mw.'xu t in tw-..< st. nm nuti I t :.l..\ I.Illl! ir\ II. 1952 ELECTRICITY Barbados i 1911. There %  lime. In 1961 there %  in with a brand within 5 miles %  %  %  rfaote island. For i, no dividend ireholdere i>;.' .i:.t four yeai> 100,000 in DM Ith increased demands : • %  : %  %  I I proving Island tor the %  ii il A Cuke, :. i | i . II.IHT of Hie took Ihi J nit* his • I %  that the Oompany wae tin' Ignorant of 1 today because ol tha I in nipply all I tj demanded. I On the %  k as 1043 the no %  cpansion I cent for parmlaalon retort whan Uui permission : '.i th) n Gow nad on behalf of the and in Januai H i e sen! mi. The Company placed orden lor four i II Ivad m 1947. all given i rets not %  the C impart) would hi i able to nipplj i tandi and would i).' in a health) poail : tad with plans lor expansion, it was quite unfair, %  ii-' II A Cuke, to aav th a the done ribthlni to the intei i the pa (i' ol Bai badoi met witi a eert I unfortunate accidanta, he said, and its preaeftl plans foi expansion wan I • Id Up i l l r of the clauses in tinPublic Utilities' Act (1951) was frightening away new capital on Hie London Slock Exchai Many members ol the Bai I ..i c in meni %  %  i that 'he not considering tininterests of the pi : | and Mr. I> ( I 1.. %  ,. man, *nji had iful in its public !• Mi LUCU %  -Smith wanted tO know whether capital could not be stricter! electricity supply would lead to unemployment and would prevenl the expansion of local Indu td there %  i wing mud at the 11 %  %  i and the Electricity Company I %  ether to %  tation which had si Isen and . Finally the Chamber i a 1th the .1 i the Hon. H thi reelings of the t' ling. I %  the pi : where den here thru itors "ii ordi r to i present supplies. : %  Cotnmero ratulated ("i thi >n. The itlon may have billed to take the public into tlun conflsnee, been i n | with MI > %  .... the hiL • -vpresseu b%, several memii find inn n pleti i n i spsi %  teecs hai Hv toiprWve thi %  %  i i leal opinion to advise ii eg i %  hich would have he %  . %  %  %  iuch heat d in a mallet public concert %  last minute Ii that mutui Immediately bet\ e Corporal %  %  earliest opportunity. A Visitor In New II* H\KM \ Mil | \j. %  % %  %  %  %  %  %  %  %  %  %  %  1 %  %  %  f %  had i*i n gn en %  in'.'.. ..r T Imtforalhli .,. ihan a as "i hum in ound tic Tlmei %  %  %  %  %  d a n g l i n g ( building At thi II I!-. . %  niKlifBri' ,„i that Q i thouU. r. i l greeting table and %  midnight nippsrs and drinking %  %  Mp, *.tnl %  inertis goers who %  %  %  %  11 ipp? m i.-ii although nl Kith poMlbllli.uni But, docs help 1 %  %  %  . %  %  IM|, aini York if.si Of Lat* i.. DM3" %  few Holiday days down hfre This w.i Kt treH We hadn't w* rhst'• it until about midnli:h' cuuion and I was saying "good night" her ihre* can arrived and the party flared. The new comers *er led by Shirley Smith, vmingrr brother of Dr. "Bunn Smith, aoss of Mr. and M "Jimmy" Smith: Ted Haynes. ><> %  >f Mr and Mn. Douglas Haynes. who is studying Architect I.P-. Bunny** Hope of St. Lawrence Stnf ; pre-med course. tnd Ralph Pi<*scod doing work In v of course UMTI wars %  the party, among them /.er *nd once again 'he conversation swung for a time. Barbadian. Music %  i hm^nt anpeared as If hv •iri when I *tole away 't %  %  antm r.nt q fa This was the second time in t*e -I ys. that I had mixed with gOBM US studying here. On 'he •light, the Writ Im'i S Association sponsored . (he luxuriously appointed Chateau Gardens and amonr % %  %  • i I had run across VCT,. W-'..,.., j iffj melon. studying Medlelne .' rnlnmbla Unlversitv. ud ^* Rnld Marshall formerly on ( he itsg Pllblir t.ibr'-. nPerlng the end of hi-r rourss In Cummerrial Adminlstr•>on SI the New York 081*01 S l' an* Md Pelew. of St JSI rombermerlan •' taken *< • gjp I^ti Islnn'l tlnlv" %  v and ArnolH B -.m are medleal stud^' %  N |, began fnun the lkfl nvloil „„,, |,,tg|wito< 'o h" r Ida/, nee. 2i. M^,, 8mtU ltton0 h t tKM 1 MM I Mt odi 1932 i dJamaM tn.Xmss %  that her* the day ufter Xmaa Is NOT a holiduy. linfcno i i what Wt know av lloxinic 1) ruta-Uds ii %  %  braUona, %  %  ducUon .ill UM tin.I* Americans. [be Moi ho were minded *•> do so could enjoy a fnur-O .... IB} Bstui %  %  %  %  1 momlng. 16 died, and I tnowfall in earteln areas which t might n the biggest i I >\i ths %  a was reI Ith ttgurea. A %  lielmlna WISCH MEIER %  ho w..s killed svenlnf srss I*'.. mlUloi %  obns seeldssrts in New York In 80 %  nt, actual! I iti. tin. Mr il Ii. n nU %  condiNaQonal Safety %  i, which hould ever I be si li-ui Well I IrSS especially delighted U beei frym the boys from CSASdi Runny Smith %  I quite arsl) and making quite name for himself. Workinu on tin staff of the Veterans Hospital. In %  sssd medical circleibal he was given an appointment • i the staff nf mnof C.mada's biggest hospitals. Now he has got %  fcholanhlp which will enable him to go to Europe in pursuit of further study, and It Is quite on IhS cards that we shall hear quite a good deal of thi* old Harrison um in the not too distant future If I re d beraraen the lines correctw we mighl even aee him in the Wed %  special dot; ON the bu s a few mornings sgo, I saw a sign which read this way "For Sale—the rear door of thi? bug—very little used." This wa %  nnilnder to passengers that tluy ihe rear door for leaving IAS reMOte, as the front one WJS chiefly for passenger^ Setting into i he bus. Hi-tMriiiin Students %  .... WHY dor/t you go la for building I ran I .'her "'id loan?" shouted an Irate clerk i l h <" %  newcomer. r %  BuOdbll and loan' 1 What's that reis**£ boy? I haven't got uny I kaunatrtd money." %  nd. "I mean go out of this btntdiiu lC"n it wl Ud leave m alone. We ;u< I In Cobbler, The Film Girl And Tbe Convict Its •> %  I ION DI1MIK -t ii' 1 %  Rod Army. s %  be know sll %  led % %  '. %  tight ni i n Ulan laatl %  given him by th,. British did 1 e-*nci>i to %  I -vi "nh such .i splendid suit of clothes i tovuifSs ths iiott-clsss 0 M %  % %  i.a h %  %  %  !> %  % %  %  ; | %  %  ... %  at rsr I %  u %  bin DIM back. %  grunauder down riaad of Words Ko he M % %  tree 1 %  e lighting, food IsvsH %  %  reports I %  %  %  %  • %  Then thg daan %  pent up in would come %  %  \i ii'i", r,. one *' It I* Uke thU "Ultlsq ihtnk the way the* HVg > Ihe J SSS wludr W.trhl Iwse," Deaartar %  l %  % %  .. % %  %  : lien, begun et tin • liht, and • nded whi %  %  b lining, he wsa L to work om in three Btonthg thi %  %  Tin( bell %  *aui| -. %  but he was caught end tenl bo jsiL When the He-l Army lununoned him sad he was tenl to Oennanx 2. Tito Film Girl | Valentina wss a secretarjrsien% %  ith i Soviet 'il'u unU %  tan I fe unds-r SUIln in "libvraled %  I he said. "I lived in luul to say %  fuel for the stove in her Int. bv %  i groM privilege Ul herself IT four 'rooms in the flat %  by four large%  PI I I I I bad to be oblalned nx the fuel. Tin is oeaetsl Tns i-'i-' for tnree %  %  %  ... %  % % %  i N m .. to go io Hi, fuel depot-but NOT In office II A %  -,.. i • %  USSe. Thg depot no I %  tk . ... rough the %  : %  %  . %  tiling there ere no moral* about fV BNvM I %  %  %  ||-mont ovei lying lus ie iv by %  .-. .Pi Bl %  Russian "They are only ..morncd w.i ,r Communism ovc r th world, and they are doing it n our expense." he said. H, an i brought up in the new trial area in th,. UriL; which he visited recently oil 1. .,..' Inhubilapla there. h said. ar. f..i Bhs most part lion i|iio4>led from their bORWB m the Tkraine. lh c Baltic provinces. Humania. the Crimea, or nnn or th*. many other reglot. where Stalin considers the BStlVI :i unreliable thers me IDs inmates > the man) forced labour DOSTI fr-'in Uie Sovie! OCCUpStio n army in fjennsoy, t< Instance, who talked ol in,, -i poriorlty of German Industrial And there thousa n ds who have been rcfrom these camps oi hSW -, i|>i'<| li'.m them. All of these people, ssld th I have undoubted!* beet tine deiBOrsHSSd by |hsl| <' v Appalling living conditions in this indusUlal arc a dc %  !:, %  reel II little food, housing * puinitive and overcrowded, in bon %  md barracks, men, women and children are dying off riniH in thousands without any notice being taken. Vodka is the main factor in life There is no other amusement F.vcryono drinks heavily from the miners In th. i oil mines, where there are accidents nil the time, to the chiefs of the party and the secret police. Rule of Vodka Said Ihe lieutenant: "Whll,i n %  m Polovainkg thi Diet of my town h" i workers while he drunk in ;i restaurant If,, afsg sentenced |o Bvc "In fact that sentence would -.th For the Inmates of ni ramps are a law unto •S and no polic, can survive asnong them . and the Gover-il ithorltfcs do nothing sbOUt this rule of vodka. Proli%  3 Ihlnk that alcohol %  St WSJ 4 preventing any here Headache? He "ia v well he right Already i-M'aixxl |>r ivi.roam the MSaVtrySMs pUSfUlg wherever they please Thev have fought pitched battles ( Stalin's special police II .m. oi. were le hu a Hdi l i. int., organised reststsnos against the regime USB Kretnlin wlh a headache even greater than the desertions from th Red Arm v in Germany. Months Of Work Behind Royal Tour By LOUR Ul'LFK v*h. as a Court reporter, ha* accompanied the British Koyal 1 .HI. on m. A* avrrsias tour. Th. i W i %  %  and the Dukf nf Kdinliuri;h will undertake the lour nf Australia and New Zealand In plice of ihe! Kiii^' and Queen has meant much extra work Cor officials both in Britain and in the Dominions to be visited There will be %  :'inerary. to hfgln with, although wime modification may be necessary here and there. But b&aieally. the wnrk of orr.anisation will remain the same as if the Kiny and Queen had been undertaking the tour; and much will .i I ready have been done. For 01 a Royal tour overseas bmdvea i major eflvn of planning that begins s year i more before the Royal arrival. In its complexity, its attention to the minitest detail, and its exact liming uver a period of many weeks, rnvohrutg frurneyi bj road rail, air and sea, d Royal lour is an amazing piece of organisation. Underlying everything, from the moment when Ihe Prime-Mnn->ter %  unlry Ul be visit retum, is the concept that all must go smoothly and without hitch. Because the Princess and the Dukl gueete of the nation cortcarrsad, the broad' %  utJiiu's nf the tour, M w.-ll as most of the 1 detail of which plates shall DC VtSlted, BJ ,; 'i"\v long shall b.ipent at each, will be left to them to devise. Thv one broad principle which the Prineega will lay down la thai she and the Dune will want to see as much of the country they are visiting as is possible. in the time, and that as many people as possible .shall IKgivan the chance to see ihem i • Canadian lour, in 1939, for example, ii is estimated that at least 70 par cent if Ihe entire population saw King George and Queen Elizabeth at one point or another. TIKH';HT FOB < IIILDKKN One further point which will be gligggutl by the Princess and her husband in this connection is that special consideration shall be given throughout to children and ea>Service men and women. Naturally it is in the country concerned \ that Ihe first draft of the Royal pro is made. Once ihe dales of arrival and de-j parture from Britain have been approved, e I Committee set up by the Prime Minister con-1 jerned will begin to work with maps, time l tables and schedule* This me-uns sorting out and balancing a host ol claims and counterclaims, rlaajing %  ramettmee with local and intar-State or buei^town rivalries, Bai ire any of the programme can be M qarded as settled, it will have to be seen an examined by the Princeee and ihe Duke. Thi :s no mere routine furmaliiy. Point by poin town by town, engagement by engagcmeii the Royal couple will go over the outline pfopoaala, probably with tha Chief organisi ippointed for the tOOT l-y tin(;.>vernmei .'ormanent!y attached to the Princess's household trave where on the tour with them. Nothing, indeed. Is left undone to make the tour a successful one. and one that will remain in the memory of both hosts and guests nt long to be remembered. Barbados Annual Review •..•I, ill lli. Advocate Stationery Si Otll %  i *kel +\ Colors Da Cosla & ('o., Ltd. I e>Wkttel =^ i WHY NOT CONSruVE VALUABLE FOOD? VIUIM.A III I I' I III I /I — AVAILABLE FKUM HOOKDaceera A <>.. i.m. I:I-'• i" LUXURY FOODS FOR DELIGHTFUL DINING FOR YOUR WEEK-END PARTY Milk 1.1 i In.-h.r.. Milk Fed llu.k, ltrcsM>d R^bblU Mlncrd SUk Iroirn KUh .shenlry's Rye % %  lil hi.ul Rum Urn il | rtnl v.l.1,1 Mlvrd Nuts Mrllb Flsn Mrllil>..(. mat) Vs^stitHsa Just where you get the Beitl %  (imldanls DBaWKT* I Tins Dins JHIU-< n-'.ii.i psarese H.rd Birds Oeavai Qteaee Aprleata Shrrrlff* Puddlnco sharps Toflle* M rah M.ii.mKr.n Cheese ( .irrs BtonsHS FROM FRANC F Miiriiin I < Ii.trni. i %  %  l.oui* Rordrrer Dri Monnrolr Yrlle Cure Prunler llr.iwl> KIK till II Mill | Mr mini Fruit and Vecetihles



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FRIDAY. JANIARY II. 19.12 BARBADOS ADVOC\TF PAf.F FIVF. Electricity Shortage Hampers Industry NBW HI* • Uam pan I He said thai • %  1,1 • aboul on. atillMM aaupn aw ,.1-1,1 lt :i„ i, HJ II £1? ? ^£? d l^* SS Uwn ,hc vernment and the position .nrf^L ?Sr" VC ,,r E,wlnc Cc.mp.ny M a public scrwhat lL r B St.^^ W exactly current In a modern. civilized, up. jroJ. m *"""""' *ta n.pany men laid oft* because people can* (o? .1-. "'"" %  '"• l ba ,„,:|..,l,o -v l„n„. „l,i,l, i %  SVi"'"" !" "" 1 "" ft. .'V':,,,',:!".',' ,Indu ,rv H..np.rrt pauUtun would i-nw'Sf" ,"i ,„ C "r r n '!"''", h "5 "* 5M cor..,,, C1.UK, in .RVBIII. EuT tS "'* '"", """' ">'• u nol MUM Unl,l v. ''„";;'"' '""" ,,m~ .he company ., ul d 'y'u. of way. and Capital lOUfetfuL with the paaaed In ; Commander of A.W.I. Station \\ ill I'av \ isil ft hen bathing your dog . nut auto > umymuathrUc the matter was successfully disposed of from tinpoint of view made lo the CTV?? Mill tha rail of tha necessary raiffna .ViV^ri" i UTvat they Same In I'.S.A. Mi A S Brj km nid i u had been informed bv a L<' %  do with Pul II inin America, that thai m was also suffering from a bottleforlunate that the nc £r du J," rni|ar dtiTlculilet, English ComHf,n "" %  unte said he realised needed it island need said. Mr. Lucie-Simth said he had great sympathy for the coi Id not feel in hi*. th-i tha) win"<> v icUva Hi tba lutar it npany Noi Cornel Iti-pi.Miig to tb* 1 i thai froii the point of aw of demand Mi Lucle-SmlU. us correct, but he was not quite I in assuming that the mi Id aat all in Fngl.nd b, |uai fSTu^lnlo -taw the insprospectus which the Mnv nd thr ,„ company issued and the informaH 7| lu ; TJr rr ) had to give, and ' hCr he would assure the rneetlog that he never had any conception of ad to go through to ralae Ireah capital. We in Utti laUnd ban i the from," Mr. Cuke ,m Pany But PVbatCVei happens, I equipment t tbeee ""dTjiig it. fnui ansdnaa runningSurvey Needed thai you could get any big Hon Mr Hunte laid ih. • wen matter wai still ibthe company could g*t from tho*.If ll were hi'own .wivatP 1..1.1, pwnriwni 111 irini %  legal people 1:1 Kngland. generating plantl M. hail UDderaifnculties he would seel 1 %  flH Wlcr •(iiahl\Mi 10 f!wS?rfS! (lllg H *" h>d l400 me,n ". rm*VJ?.io remedy it Htghl bun iMci In BngUnd ll Hi' .11 I IM'U l.i-ir Jfl mi i i.nu: on lha CortaBbk ••' %  %  •<.. %  % % %  •miiini were not "'*' -" v company could nol get new generators for about two %  "• ,ld suggested thut two lO the IJireetors to tell th(m of UM Ptalini <>t the Ch ii.erca and .it... ,,( the present gan aratoii in Barbados, and what could be done In •m Into -< nriea Thaj srant%  %  Mh.ieone come out to go in tha factorial and see what could be done Lunc-Smith was not salisAltltlVlNC, in Bai . : na --'in l-IKl.l) which Hie\ his rlag. will t.< Vice-Admiral ill W lllta D.S.O ii-r-Hi-fhief of tt %  v %  llHUaa Station IV tan U %  %  .. %  Ml K C It l> S IKwas born on tha ird Nov*m< iHt-tl. and went to sea In IV • 1 H M s CA! %  at and • ll tha B.ittle <>l I tha ii. in 1910 1 in TV %  sftl l KM I I % %  nliil.nutvi A tod I I %  U ha .iI Defi ; 193K outbraah at 0 %  In cosnmand of 11 M s AIIH bai % %  1 Joint Planning Stall in the W et Ofltci In 1 i HI 10 IMI < %  ptain Andrew 1 P.C art JONES, attached I tin Spttghtttown Pol UOANDA m ; % %  ,avi -I rrom being droM ttianUi and latai took pan n %  took part in Uv nvi .. who can fwim, found the tide too hard tor him Ital) and I %  it oc* madi COBM Mton ot M ting ilahad laraii %  Motor Couch' the property of Ibe Oenerai Omiiil>ii r-tnt type of bunow hrins. u>nt in pitrhadol~iy, Policeman Saved From Drowning use — -i-i* 1—— 'TetmosoV Soap tog HUM RLAM'NS — 'IcIHIOM)!' Siup vontaim Tetmoaol', j -.ale yet poicm in.JivJincni whuh quickl\ kills Hc*s Hca aad ottan ikia pean The Soap IN ot tha haa*aaH quaUtr, plcs-antlv perfumed. and agreeable M uac Ii il non-irritant and non-iniurious to hut', man and domcMKami 1 'Tetavoaol' Soap van encasarajn ihe growth of a healthy. BJfaBrj voat TETM0S0L SOAP IS AVAILABLE IN 3 02. TAILETS A prodii.t m laapanal < benucs rltarmaceuuosli ^^^^ I Mnttcd / IC I A s Mr..1.0 A so,,. Barbadoi LcdaAganti %  bout 100 yards out to s<-;i when Vin K %  .if the Astnr Theatre, and Merlyn Babl !i*-d him In a m A tittle boy Civil Semant Qualifies As Barrister 11 le the alarm seemed to be 111 dllH%  1 Kuhardsun got oars Rupert linen llfl After Jones was tnken up In Uw %  %  that whan he n 1 .?. to htni in %  lop %  I1SJ .n;.lllisl thr 1 %  oanID Ifl ||t b . • \ A in iwi Captain Amu. %  tuff O0 Commandar-tn-CI %  i • %  1 '1 ttO, 0| thr r n ai of the N landing v t thai work Uw K aialj piaaaad to app> \ 1 1 Co of tha Mllltarj %¡ : i ,.. 1 M BHUafa Knipiie prom IU fHi he was Chief of Stall Hit; Hon rompany would haw considerablp kilowat plant b;ick from IWll ihe EkTtrlc CoinlIU 1.1 raising fresh capital Mr Cuke said that the statepany should have lakm tOCh -. EogOand if iho Public Utilities inent had been made that Sprint steps nil IIIII. pmnnpl VI.ill hi.il arnaaall.. %  J aTiT Bill did go through in Its present Hall had gen form. What would happen if it plained tha ind 1 amended to meet certain ditions was left to be see.i. but the capital would have to be raised anyhow Win 11 Hon. Mr Cuke again retiansil from. Ihe United Km. aaas tared t" Qovarnment'i refusal to dm. I,.. K %  : 10 fi.: wan ... ntatovi I ',1 %  iirn %  1 f.n .( %  100 faro out to % % %  1 d Ui w tght u Uw ) 1 ama TinJon— in mi nl ; .1 (Adn lalatratb tap ciittf-n! Iioir. one p|jnt Into anethei Mr Hunte piggaatad turthet that there were plantl branafc forming current, and Mid U,u\ In No hxriiMview of the fact that the Bketrii „ Company could not get gen He was nol making any excuse plants for iw.. v.-.,,,. ,„ posalhb n.pany It was a fact hrw .. h ,. v shou i d lrv l(l -2 rSrSTn "StLZSP ITJZELKEk \ !" *<* !"!" 1 *> aitwind to tha within a month o.'two".'lie'..greed Woal Indian BtudtnUf \u t. S2&.S*2&JL&£& a nd %  "> %  owneri an.i 1 biwavar, that tha eorapanj arotdd I rrent for distribution hesitate to Imootl m %  ..tiditn.nci H.n|d that lh Unloi second hand plant except to tide to taring togjgthai ttn" soclil and nryoan explained mat he h(tn OV er a dim.ultv educational purpos. from nil |.,Cof 'l„ v nd artdwi that it | s al0 uetlvoty tinparmlaalon io thr 1 to Import %  plan) la itM2. M--. [*aeock said that on one occasion he happened to be interested in a company which realK % %  | 1 ganaratlng plant at the time, and i' or four '....mil hand 1.000-kilowat plants rthuh could have been shippe to 1 • in SeptemN 1 1951 and was oaUod to the Bat n November of the same year at Orayi Inn While ui KMfdand, tie .i at one Asaistair. Scu.1.1, of H id wortted auUa araU, the [^ company would have had time to overhaul the old ones ML II was not quite fair to the comhad been" informed by the stall an the facia were known, engineers of the companv that a that they did not make protransformer would cost in the tha pl-.nl vuinitv of £1,400, and WOUld only It was not quite true to arrive about three months abend lulta aaa the of a generating plant All thoaa l>l^, c,, >" maltina poinU had been gon, into, when any public staiemmi knew that ..years ago anothei .5 ry, b1 "' oflered to help the cot OJfllt* The ElecMr Hunte said they did not f. el n>aa not opposed to ,|, at 1ni I'ulilie S.-IA Steport Mr. Cuke gave the meeting the ri „ 1( ,. rilll rtlIh nny ptobU „„ !".!" r • h %  "• ,l |,M i ,i,, 1 •rhk* ATaal Indiana nav. a leport of the discussion which ny,, „~-J„_„„,J_,, ,brought out tx.lh as regards second '"'" "eColtnial Offlci II hand machlnorj UM the other "'' "npori mt purl 111 bringing question which Mr Hunte had ; ItlUfananta racenrlj u n cimpany was putting raised Having prepared the redispute lielwren the British Couneffort Into solving the probport aloni thoaa Una*, he would oil ind Coatnlal itti h i.ueie-smith queried fat tnombara of Ihe Chamber see r %  rot r i %  ran cagrier INIXiMITAKl I 1 hi.-t %  1 Btafl to tha Con bulding Port am ouUi 1W7. ami In the MRM real a imp to 11 Majesty the King On flth Jam Hi 1. B Walthi Durtrld Seoul l "•* %  l: ,] "''*"'"' %  Pen: .' i'""j-"-'' "f""* 0 !" ihe Socret 11 10 J;"' %  s uch with some scouts of the Dlred ruj si.or of tha Imper, Spei^htstown and send them to IVfeiue CoUoga In m!i hg a .,., Hi baach to warn made J Coinpanion >f the n .. irabla Ordjai ot Ihe Bath along %  .1 out Prom iso to iim Ri %  t there %  '!• %  I mlral Andrewoa on %  %  pifth Cnun %  Waa Si oii.l-iii-Cotiiinaiid, K Tha %  Ban Station On the outl %  f,m (or 11 n -mil l-ivs who %  ., "hulilni .. torn of kilng ro ni| ,,, h( ,i llhs( comma -hcv were haiarda wii |(i KM II<( irt i-.t.-i ha Included some W ships • Stales Navy Km ti • Rear-Admlral Andrewi ujalnal uw heav) King, and waa awarded the 81I— n tin re was the Star for nihermeii %  " .' ., vice Cpinmi'siini NobOlU antlcii,.,, IMtalnefl in wh ither they had approached fi,"gno r aend it on"to tt.. 1. ad 1 1 ants and the aenei | would Government or Colonial bovalopbecause he knew that they ment and Welfare for a loan worried, and he knew it waa not Mr laUcie-Smith argued that it tnif to say that they were just .itwas a question of the bread and ting down in England doing nobutter of the people, many of thing. whom were out of work Tl VSSOHM the BUI the company Mr W A Atkinson asked II all I h! %  liturc students unions, bad Dt-OtaaMd against, and opined the engines wer. working whether ;,( r rx-L .nniss said ll was tune Ml w rnpr %  "• that th. ihai the Electric Company, like thr company could supplv current 0 u „. .1,,. K n u||sh Directors come uts %  c *lvel> intercste 1|( ualnga H. : I have been so stringent Delay Hon. K. it. Hunte enquired what irf. thali lumpi UH Chahanorr nd swam out M Itock Ihe President of the 1 abore ta the ment of COndlttOI was agreed up-.n al a meeting held ww h u last Augu-t between tha then C bcs' %  n broad pu 1 of toard Picnic Partj ,,„ ken from s 1 Mr. Jamas Ortffltha, an I :, . %  prompt tO Vl.e-Aillllil..l During the COUrae of hi Admiral Andn %  %  %  1 (19431 all.i UM Aloe, „ ., 1 of Merit l Admiralty as Naval Aaalatant ll bathuiK beach "f Bpeighulown •"Music, dan U 'ua and lay an enhave sent out a Director to interthe view that f m of the WKisianot looking isjfftclaoUy' Into tha U1 .,t' d that' were dime, things turi priOl to the Bill ing sent mture. He said that at least one wouhi „, | ...d U should r< n ,,rr am %  A'""' 2,i lMU "'' ,l ," f* m f, ny down, and not wait until it had Director should ban out to the Director* ( *Ur lUMlS < ff f |{n;|f been paaaed to protest against It badi %  1 if new machlnthat the Chambei of Commerce In ptcnlchoi pulled US II Mr Cuke ronUod ' UM point ciy wr re ordered now. it would T,J,, U M .riou-. ftW, Ltot of UM SIMiHTLY after 4 M) 1JB %  ll'vw.wd* around ll a in and left had been put that the restrictions be two or three years before more patti DUt of the immediate futuu u m... the motoi .1 M imposed by the Bill would have CU irent could be produced. He said it was up to the ('. hurch %  '•"''Mr. G H. King was of opinion lo make rrprc ntatlon b thai .... Hill, St. Joseph. panys raising capital in England that a Director should bai remment, and aaked what new CoUafon llkl 84 ,,,„„„„„_„,. oul f"* 1 lcl ,h P u bl c kno w ,* ha industry could U a gt abl l l h ad „ I!1( k WB |, o„ lhe fhenomemil was happening and show that they w |,h 0 ut electricity. roa( t Mr. D. G. I-eacock Jnr thought were taking a real InU real "' %  Mr Inniss suggested that a it a phenomenal occurrence for the personally felt that they were not mgy eOCDI • four engines to break down at one sufllclenlly Interested In whether p^med to . to maas Urauun'diacuaaaoM with a taTaking the matter up with th. JU Chairman 1 Oovemor Appointed to the ComRudolph Campbell. mittee were Mr D G, .l>acOek othei %  "I. of tin road while a lOtlg "' %  "•nd lorries v/as drawn up It Uh %  t] trying ruai . ,.too 'I an) i" PH • I aulted Ian 10 ol '*.i/'iink coloura n %  llh ih pol illness of the situation TI.. I Company waa controlled fn-m London, and he lelt thai Mr. Cuke said that sUCll • iriti,hould he put forward to thi %  ernment to press the Elect 1 Hired the muting thai ha had p^y ,„ lrv and do certain thing* taken up the point will I %  1 1 tors He felt sure that after his Committee explanation, they mual mmmiHcr waa aubseqi Mr D Lucie-Smith who nrat the fart that the company has 'V. !" ".' "[]: l mec •a meetmad. %  have powei ^ p t Q „Trv diseussior bambar, pian: %  ..a-, 'ha. h^ did not l-ring the matrtblc set back of which he had :,, up liticlse the spoken, and which was t>e-.,,„u _"";''";,.,',:'' ^""D G U-.e .k rUloi . .i ;i.c Governtheir control and second.) %  "•' %  „" K p Hunte. Mr. T O Thotr,.. merit li. i %  ntcrested In th. %  < and We-.t ii nlvei lly Colleger. ,. .. v ; 1 ii.-l III\\ I HOWS KABV HMiV CBOCHR BONNKTS, Bach IIABV (l.nill BOHNSIS, .Jth BABV OBOSMIMI HOSNfcTS I Ii M ". I H *I.S0 BABY SIN BON.SKTS. Back *l 5" %  *l 1 BAB1 BOOma, Btk 73r; ••'• BABY COATS, Each *'•*" 82*. 1 \ -: :, $1.:.2 AT SI r.r, %  H. Jason Jones & Co.. Ltd. CAVE SHEPHERD & Co.. Ltd. 10, II, 12 ^ 13. BROAD STMET !**bkydt in the wiirfiti ainies this mark of perfection Tht llumhcr irdmrii ] ll your ninilt. "1 llin# tjufi.iv An* sppMniKc snO uiuivallrd urrnilh. Tb* World t Icsdiasqusldy t aaafatafatj ntt of 1.1. ItRwa I <.. 1 ui. A KL'l.l. BANG! OK SIZES AMI MIIDII.S IN ROOK .v^//^v.v.v.v.v^v.w.MW.w.w.v/.v.v.v.-.v, $ "TOPS IN J FLAVOUR" OUR I I DELIGHTFUL $ PRUNE CREAMS ll\ /W-llll'S SI"I I I VI KNIGHTS PHOENIX SODA FOUNTAIN • % %  • %  ''. %  s.vs.vssss.vs.v.-.-.-.v.w.-.-.-.-.-.-s,-.-.-.'.-s,-.-.-.-,.. FOR COMFORT RIDE A HOPPER ( BICYCLE THI BARBADOS FOUNDRY LTD. Whitepark Road



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PACE SIX BARBADOS ADVOCATE FRIDAY JAMWRl II 1952 CLASSIFIED ADS. PI in ir NVTICa PI III ii Mm i mi man TELtPMONt 2S0I HIM SAU %  Hi ad prrdn.. %  It iWvi. Ifna.1 Ifc No cam. I IS MEM0K1AM • KM H %  O-a t I .T .1. • n itd lit r *1 %  iKr da h* p.nwH Police Notices Ft-tlOMBCCNT riTTiNO^ Jurt r*iivM. Smla and Tln So -_it i ft. >--rUand lln U 4 ft and lo tt %  ll Mt !%• IHal !: %  DaCoMa %  Urpaiunrnt • I U-n IMPORT Off ll>nr 11 of FtrMirn liaMMM Ov.lll % %  I %  mrniuiod 'hat unrtrr S the Plfi 1896-4 I %  All o*pirlr.: licence*, mut h* product-d for oar.ii EUM ( %  B .rhnflnn. | 1952. %  12—2n. UHBWAI 01 rl i SOLrTM 1 .it 1 M I I Paraona ttewMd lo Mil. *<<•> and keep %  .i-.. ; nd 7 o( the Regulation .-iMim Ac IBB. 1 -.'. the Iftlfa Jam .i.v. 1BS2. n i KICHBUK, %  i of Poll Potlcr II.'..'i.,i. ' %  D %  AUTOMOTIVE .AH OfW A ...Pa >A<4S Davon %  rdilion Gwn tor liaoo on or %  M I-I...I.. (ill C< .n* Il-.i 1 iX1# Cnlctiogp Street • I M .. % %  i %  .i. la .. r.i TAYLOR snaniT. Mil" ELECTRICAL NOTICE rAKi-H III i ririn DIBV OIVB Nonet w all i Cert lo vote at ilia tJ**uen of Matnof the .. r„„H of SI Pet*r that 1 have apfxilnted the Parl.K .loom. %  prtrilalcwn * I • pl< *her* .11 iufh firni ma* meat on Monday ;ph ltH. b#ta-*n lh< hoiP .1 %  i in ana I pi... lo fWi lan Mmtwri Mi patith of Hi a***** in llw |ha -nuiiiH fan. a • (IIHIIIN Parochial Tr*aaurr REAL ESTATE %  KM'KljrY NEW I .oderii •tone Bunfibiw With built-in tunboardi Stand) n on apptoa. le.at-J •a), ft land Eiillrr houa* built an tarp* *>ale romprlilrie thie* bedroom* all to <*•• Eaai. aparloui bathroom iv kitchen in room* with • onderfv.l %  %  I-.II. .. i HBM 1 aaa a .11..... 1, %  w la J mry rat PiM a Ma % % %  M rai n >- >.. 1 H . HOUSES APARTUfNT V" r—rforlaMe %  %  • I'I !" A r Taytor. Lid VUn Pufniihae) BungaMw it ( %  *•< lanaM. Wen rum to an approved ifnaj.i rot aaruculara apply It fto tAl-B Ijtahl.. W\>ill HELP I Xl rtUtMKn l-APY STKNO Api.lv AH) It.a*. .tra4 I oma cum D %  ng Crop, oflkv .,. %  JvaaHwi t ... %  K..1... a i *3-Tn \9V\y Maaa. LajBMt _iMiTtn J %  T Oflfcrt fOMal 1 > a> OOaftFAM %  SHIPPING NOTICES Canadian INational SteamHhi|>8 l-.HV lUaDNKV" i NAD1AN rRUMEMIADV BODKKV l-ADV Nla*ON(WNAD1AN CRU1SXR" 1) frtr IS r.by. n r-i. aj Paki U Manrb — TS Jant M J-n. a Frb Manrh IB Ma.rh Marrh M Mmfi MIHIMMIII Ml •1. I.b. 1 Jai 11 Jany J ra.> C r*y H Frtw *• rrty la Pa*,. 1 Marrh It March M Marrh • Apol I April It April %  : April 5 ol Pans, who is now X pxhibiting hi' work at j Ihe Musouni. i; willing * to Rivt Instruction to a UBUHKJ number u( pupils in drawing and bainUng in oils i waiercoluu! ^ .ii his studio. Bt LiMnanl's House, St. Lvonard'i Avi out. '''e'leph'" 4.1.52—7n. STOP TIIORr. LEAKING TAPS WITH HOLDTITE TAP WASHERS I In. AND '.in. OBTAIN ABU. rt.VTKAi V;MI-OHH>I Cnr. Bnfd Tudor Mta.



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FRIDAY. JVM \\KV II 1932 KXKBADOS ADVOCATE fAGr m' Hi ripBY CARL ANDERSON FLINT OF THE FLYING SQUAD BY ALAN STRANKS & GEORGE DAVIES BLONDIF BY CHIC YOUNG %  _f-> B-O TUP r He'cae %  i 3*5355 ATDPrvCLS V.AS %  .•'... ; %  %  '.' V AND I IT. ? PICKT COv-N I r AND eOvJ^HT ] THE LONE RANGER BY FRANK STRIKER JOHNNY HAZARD BY FRANK ROBBINS BRINGING UP FATHEK BY GEORGE MC. MANUS AflaMtJ MAN TO SEE >OUvm j > HtfO MM F NQ OJ-.:.• %  TELL MIM TO TAKE A SEAT ANO MAlCE MiM5E1_F co MC o* ? rABLE • 1 HAVE SOV£ LETTE?S TO CSNILL 'SEE MIM IN TWO MlNU T ES I OCNT UflN R R HIM T MAKE MiM SELF THAT % %  : % %  AttO-OEfl MAc5t>E6 BKOTHBR SOC^V-SIRI DQNT __= KAV I COULD M.E WADE SUCH A M-STAtfE.* RIP Klhiiv BY ALEX RAYMOND * PEEK FREAN (HUM \l\ S III SI IIISIIIIM OBTAINABLE AT ALL LEADING STORES TRY THESE FAMOUS PARTY AIDS CHEESELETS W MARTINI CRACKERS PLAY BOX TWIGLETS Etc. Etc. DELICIOUS & APPETISING • s lerr The. Arc I.FT i SIMM & SAMPSON :> (1938) LID. II. i." irltn for BM Run \ v*•.:•.•,',;:***.•,%•.',;;',', %; --*. o Wo havo just Received Phis KrlliKKi All BM Htgfl Shrrtldnl M li< .L 1 lb I'kjs St. HUM-UIU. • 't.i.ii.i < rram Trlirull Puffs. Assorts Pit-a-takr. I' I Short, 4 |, r M ,IM ViU Wral I Hi nil yr Tbta AwMVlrd Sw-nrl BJsrutU I'ruil G \ lin\ Sir >>t Iwrrlrs 8 £ ,;„„.. V Tinftmrnmam Tins Mi. .1 n A' Sunburn M.ixwi U I..M i'M> r.i I INCE & Co. Ltd. •WC.W-V.W/// IT PAYS YOU TO DEAL HERE SPECIAL offers to all Cash and Credit Customers for Thursday to Saturday only SPECIAL Ol I LIIS lire % %  <• iiailllr ul mir llrmifliro I'M


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ILYJU'IK^ Atotrrafc <&"o^ Electricity Shortage Hampers Industry Commercial Body Discuss Problem l.tl.S. Sill I I HI I %  a Barbados 1 H II A %  id thai tl %  i n, mcmbets lh < ll at whe„ %  %  -ondltlons were having on ihe C'ada-W.I. Trade i Hopes For Revival AS %  %  %  Hon. Mr. Ctlke ing th.it i Company*! "' waiting company could not fulfil. H. of th, know thai whi public, aiked foi .1 service which closed Tl %  %  %  trattoi denied I hem I them, ihcy expert, out rli ,''"' ,V ,P rtaln amount of frus-1 through the years thaj did! %  %  %  reeling K00 bort, a mi %  Lan n arrived hi N l.t'A from .< ..1 1. ., moi panyjwaa accompanied b) hll I an naybuj 11 Hotel l f UM volume of trade that m fe & %  -* b" ->w~ >d perhaps Quite right U. import When ho went to England, lie 1 over %  %  drew the matter to the attention : 'miniwho ACII awara of the situation, and indeed quite sympathctir to those consumers who wan unabll u< •btain 1 service Ha thought thai Commerce as a rotponill in (ha 1 onvnunh %  %  ted thai thej had given him the address them with re%  Actually, m England Whan thl utage of %  ..It 1 erect %  1 ended ovei %  !" i "i good running order. Raraaad Panakaton Mr Cul hat Hum 1, I %  looking to the futuj E l %  %  %  %  Ight to turn it %  • %  good running 01 -i. 1 the mallei %  %  The itetenwnl had been H^SS^S. 1 £&•' %  '&*' THE RITUAL MURDER CASE STATEMENT* B\ fcCCVSED Durui 1 • %  the 0 Mr. C H Clarki Mr. F E Kiold for the Crown will add; I jury. %  ogUsh people wfi %  I colonies In Enuland. how %  islands and %  : %  1 inada, .11 lepresentaiivc %  ffi . took plao In Ottawa and it am than thai larger quota i %  of BO.' k %  ible. igo, it has baai ..ith the iiwomf 1 raaJIt) in tl t naai futura ulian UP %  HBFCTMJ). fl** Lip of Vu Au.. in Chlrf of the Amm W.--T Indie* Station In-et LIIFT Sir William Andfwr. Int RIUlIT Captain M Eersrd BN to Su Willwm Andrews* .nding Om.ti II MB atirgUht % % %  the coni|>. the ISA H. wanted now to l their lervlca bad %  built, the current was %  1 %  That WU a point which the Chambei OUM dfa%  they had to make to the company a* to whether it was belter to con.ivbody and have load 1 h add t i a j Sol I I not quite MI easy. Mr Cuke said, to Bel plan' the demands increased. Apart obtaining plant, tl %  series of unfortunate happening! fore MI thai win explained these difficult %  'tilems Involved. ll, Q tin re was a shortage of ship%  ihlpi i' %  %  %  %  1 England. II. felt that If England was trying to meet their wv would not Barbado .._ Apart from the internal dim' %  %  %  of the Compan> would have the effect of letting them have some sympathetic view Mr" Cuke said that i %  ujiue it was not %  rid hand • f from America, but it would have taken iodltior> it and In .... had to he 1 t.. take tl The company placad ,;cnei atmg nets of a big•iian that used hitherto rival of these sets, the company had no trouhle whatna ul and it was ard %  • m • Indies for % %  H.ugh the volume of Iradj during the I.' n m had %  1 i-IVI. • %  ontlauad i.v way %  lude and goodwill towards the ahtc, Barbados.: Ideal Asked what he thought of liai %  1 %  > 1 ha\e U.M.S. Sheffield Comes Saturday H H S Slirflirlil. • UII. .vi ui UH >..|illiiini| 1 .• Anitrica Wen liuiii-. stiiiiiiii. 1 r.|. %  Bo) lom 1 %  -.ill i. ,,\. •Mi Thuraday. January IT. H.ILS sht-nir' large 1 British DUlltar) torcea which landed Iwe The ship naxt came 1 into the newi 111 i4i whan ihe arai in .oiop-n> of H.M. Ship'Krauwn. Malaya. Ark Royal and light naval Feluiiary If the warship* steamed *•* leiTierf Tc-rtrty fh if hun • ." return w \SHIN< 1 %  |.i> with "gn*"t potted %  NJOM Nation t: %  : I I .. %  %  j the um. %  I Kdcn ui l In 1 !" %  l ropa: %  e.1 i.iptlve to ihipn steamed %  %  nuiit.ir* || <. %  %  %  %  %  and wan I %  raged Wtl I -i'. Shrftlrld .. lung puron of tin ; Hkamark. The .. i '.:.:(. Admiral Sii J-ine> Bomcn die. G.C.H K I: I D.8.0 nying hh Bat in H.MJJ %  eoowa. |] prdj 1 anil shadov the lUaaaark. I Ihe Bfterno I Mth, aftei aircraft from the aircraft carrier \rk lt..>..l M \1 S Mirftirld tnkmg II MS \rk r.iivji Launched BanaMea reds Of I %  %  %  %  Il lera, litlad %  gate %  the Aiii.si 1 Uon was 11. %  %  l||l |pt| VI %  1 1 I rhey objai %  %  %  %  M hangi 1 1 ... %  the h < %  A I'.N |>IOVIMOI>> calling for inparoti the I prom 1 1 r ).-. 11 I'OH. %  Hi in use 1 tl .'. out-ofI Barbados u lagging be%  %  I 1 \ I ;i il ui.1' Witfl the Ida proving By) whUa %  %  1 1 %  regutel New Type Of Fishing Boul Being Built %  H H.MJJ %  heleld 1 %  ui ui Balem %  M M s iaaalBll i • 1 ifcharnharal %  r Hi.a %  1 • %  ui standing Lib) N l S.O .1 in II :.I S Rrlfail. 1 %  ihBw half iigi'i %  :, I %  %  .,; -.< iurnlMr>i %  l it the in 1 .. .•..'. 1 Can1 ^eaarnhent to II Ma^XolVuul < Kirisii/i'M* %  %  1 %  1 Ih., u. do 1 %  1 on ttthei irr.) %  an, Burtoi %  %  %  1 1 1 %  %  Mi <: 11 Nileii asaoctated ith \h i H.I %  1 ,.: %  %  Al %  Court %  11, \ !"• %  llll,Mill'. I I Al-'igi t 1 tpelngs 1 *' I I %  %  II %  I .. terda) wen L'lai Lucy, who .t ... %  %  1 ,: idi in., K... I %  %  I %  1 n letd mil %  %  ... %  %  \\ Ilx ( din jiin,iii-l\i idling in Korean I'l IW'I* I ttlka K. 11 mm I I Hi.1 SON NEW \ 1 HK %  %  %  njon %  %  Ml fn hi A' UH lime 1 H"! UI,,/' >,. 1 t[ 1 1 . 11 I0 hin, .ml 1 %  This vi .1 1 1 t .. 1 1 h. I I ilgned il in Sepu 1 : %  %  uftod %  1 soli I rluld 1 knaei hi ... ... on page 1 Will Dmeide Future Of W.I. 11. 1.'. We-t Lndlai .! I it the Coo %  %  IIB on i %  la %  I 1 V %  %  %  I 1 %  %  %  %  .. %  I 0 %  While torung %  %  %  td thai ll %  i. %  %  1 %  1 %  %  Agreement SI V %  iMHiwealil ihortly I WMI Iegard to ih< %  11. w. 1 du n ti, lo Klngd % %  %  . purp %  I %  %  wan %  %  %  t UM w. 1 ii"i t111.1i % %  %  1 1 %  V • 111 Ottawa i || %  lagfl DA .1 The Houa uwon %  %  ... 1 %  %  %  %  baUrnge %  The < %  %  %  1 %  %  %  holh qil.i %  %  '. %  %  J'ca May Don bit' Banana Output Jan U red at 1 With ., view lom il lithmg indiit. f. three . %  pa of HahJng •, . .. it Th %  % %  b|y mi ormit with which t.. operate this type of coach," Mr. Dowdmg said. other parts nf the t Birmingham. England, that the I Plica Increnserl %  ago, the price has been Mar-aaaadl nlea. especially %  !%  -il.|. 1h.il ould be three times • isao and .tv many. '1 %  vi far fi" K eiigli %  %  % his h"at a! the It is nearly %  %  iment of %  built at.,,.. 1 r .18 aaaafl loin! I Held and the other ship gohamherai %  1 %  ..'.'.. peed ... rhe coast. 11 MS, Khert.rl.l %  nhainkorat h| : r ing her position . TnmMll %  • tin Pale 3 —I'.P. Chinese Prisoners Prefer Suieide To l{riiirnin


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PAGE TWO BARIUDOS ADVOCATE imnw JINUABT n. itM CaJtib Callinq T l I .1:.. %  -UfltfSB .llltl I UT on a tour f the Caribbean and among the i maica and the Bah shay. (Uwwm '] in.In r Meeting M R. flURID UN H JDHOUfl %  in Trtnul %  iiml e. Ill . daj or rin Back from Trinidad M ints PHO %  %  • mi-nth • % %  Wi day. Tiny na and w %  I %  jelad. Ml PIU aid of Austin and i Enjoyable Holiday A FTEH an enjoyable three the' holiday in England. I '•BE, reln| by the CoiOSWOtt She was ncrontpitnied rid M i'ii ml U| %  rul Is now %  he plctur* of ii'iiith Caribbean Cruise : on the < nlomhlr Din t A. Bam*-. M ,,r.-i '.' i John. 1 j bn p ||< Diet s. %  St John. H i Hi %  <: (. p*ldm n M '. %  ; Ml .ill.I %  %  l .nl*y. Inlranait M il l LAl'Dt I <;ii.t, Cl.ii I ILL mi •in <'ahitnikir from KUKIWDII yesterday mo* %  %  counting ii I %  i . | Ca i I %  He said thai inmi in tiiami M hall ol residence ai Mt. C. A. Mm tun I Fifth World Cruiie A M' >.M. |h< | fcLfl Oaraada on hi •I.Ml \M|\ h^l %  I %  llj i iijiiyinu jl Hi H % %  Chad %  % %  %  %  xpooaai trade %  %  III part* built ut> 1 1 %  %  In 81 eountriai [f %  %  '' exhibited %  1MB lon| %  aval ind It! im%  hi. MI, i: %  • %  ., |„ Bap %  -i-.it.,( iha Barl < i... Ltd wi.„ rapraaantcd tim locally before the wat the < lurnad i morning b) thg French S.S. Colombie, Married Yesterday \ RDAY afternoon at St 1 %  Hill wa married to Mr C, Sinclair Gil 1 I uTl.r staff of th< The ceremony which was perfi.rmed l,y It.-v S A. I Colcman H. L,me took place shortly after 4 o'clock The bride who wV b) Mi I King, wore a dress of embroidered organzn nylon—bouffnnt ?wer-girls were Barbara Sargeunt, M.ureen Reld. Pi illne Phillips and Eugene Jordan The bridesmaids wore white idle over gold taffeta with a stole lor. Their headdress was of gold roses, with crinoline fans to match the dress The flower girls wore dresses of Muo ..nd pink nylon, ertnoBUM headdresses studded with rhlnesfith posies to match The best man was Mr Tony Vanterpool and the uahi Messrs. Neville Phillips. Alon/a Jones and Norman Gill After r.mony a reception WH hi i K Basal BOW V BwkM HID, St Michael. The honeymoon is being spent at Fleet View. Bathsheba. U.K. Vigil M R and Mis. WILFRED ALSTON were among U I i riving by the ColosnMc %  nd yesterday. They had boon m tha W.K (or the past B months on a visit. Back Home M ISS CONSTANCE INNISS. Assistant Mistress of Christ C'lineh Girls' Foundation School. Is now back In I arrived %estcrday morning by the Colombia iflaf spending nlno months' hoh in the UK. Same 'Plane M R. GILBERT 'Chopper" TOPPIN. KM of Mi. ,,i M L. L. TOMB of laridja," Wt Avenue Hflleville. | here on %  ghorl hoUda) irbrtUni his parents, returned to CHI.MI.I on dfidnaadiy by T.c A. Leaving by the same Mr Ivan OlttOm who on a three week visit to his wire' %  !' %  I %  | %  %  • -\ Hi.,-.insj ban Trinidad School Teacher M ISS EMELDA HERBUtl school Bctaool Ban Nrrtando who had been s| il holidays here lad on Tuesday by I! W I A During her stay here she was tha • uest of her brother Mr S. H -.( -GunBlte.'Ilnttot.' Mill. Trinidad Lawyer Intranait M r. Henry L. Debi. | school teacher of Tnnidau .ailed tr> th> Grays Inn last NovemUi. IOM Cartb that the happiest year I* those spent ii M a student. He said that the English people ) hospitable and on thi kind l< students from th,. Colonial Empire Mr. IXi,i was among the passengers Intrnnsit „ u the i olvmbie from England yesterday jj in wa> back to Trinidad to practise his profession. lie gsJa that he lived in Eng land for seven years and hand life there very pleasant. Althrmgh it Is true h*. said thaii ine.it. bUlMT, fhee'ittC hiUoaad I ..bu^-.dd : W equal distribution Ha paid tribute to the British Coiiiuii u, London for the arrancamont* ihey had made in sr o tOO fnln sj ami entertaining students during their stav in F-iigbMML During and after his .student days. Mr. Debi worked as Executive Officer in the office of the High Commissioner for India anrl only relinquished the post shortly before returning to the West Indies. Eifht.week-old Pauenier Y OUNGEST passenger on tht ss ( ohimhe Ud| trip was %  "-oi,i Dannti M M I %  Donnii who in England is the so n Of Mr in Mrs. F. E. D. McCom e of Belmont. P-.n-of-Spain. Trinidad Hi MeComle was returning rjand aftr r a siK-months* Hospital Adl tion arranged by the Council in cot,j. II Institute of Hospital Administrators. The Pope And The Married Priest IL ftUCHAKL IIIKKK K : man Wl •idauied as a Roman Catholi Maim. Hut name %  % %  ethe. He is a fermer ,,astor of the German Evangelical ^ inj: who has become a Roman rd VT 'V' CattsoUc, together with his wife ^eTire The Pope gave special | %  not Ixiuixl b) the same but still %  tea ol thi arst Christian caol They may not marry after for Herr Goethe to become fives i hey they ihey wcr %  %  nd if the* ha* l: .*. I ei priest and at the same time to bishops. Bi etam his wife Two dayi a*o. i ihoaaandg ol Catholk prl .econd German Protestant pastor the various Eastern rites a I A as given permission by Iha I' %  .milier o become a Catholic priest am Then was indeed, a good deal till remain married. It is i of embarrassment an.01 :. that may well have farWestern Catholics of the United caching consequences. >*** when Catholic priests of UMoag celibacy is imposed on l * %  "*• %  "'" •* nogl Roman Catholic i • BBS, Cardinal* Wil c .. Manu.ng. *j.. i ArcniiiMiop of WaaSjain pho4oajrapb oi bii and mere is a Catnoin ting tin ves and children with lb assuming that they would be ui-eived into the general compan> ol th. Thurch In America. Scandalised' IOI\^ The ENFORCER ->.. t .i aas *• aaa, a is* si*-*. • %  i "GUN RUNNER" ROLLING WESTWARD P I. A Z A " l -'^ / Dial KI(M I..*-, A N B UBW im"si" IIHI ot Mil %  UfH OM.M M > IIKSIIOII1 Irafcsri UI.MH O'lUiaMocDonald Crr S-.I I JO V II (!> %  •.4 %  ( In i p,i, ran i o, n i Manaicl I I ti O— a, I ^M^ MAI.K MM VTr. isNiri Hostr lnni UKflr a *M, Ol si \ \OA worm it HI. iz#w. i*tu \it>u MOM %% MtXM WV (The CREATORS of TALKING PICT1 KCS> The most numerous i £&& er> recently the two pne-t n m.nion in the Uniterl Sr %  eetor and eUraU ., Ijllm bol „],[ on. A Western Catholic prie-* tbdr htuin'. and they ot necessarily a man who ha> come from what is i.ow thi never been married, but only %  ern t'kraine. but was south-eaMman who has no wife alive, unern Poland before the V lass he has received a special dtl Agie. The RootM Catholic* ol St Am three huiidu.i vaal ssl BtatOI were in A the Christian era the governdalised that then Jig rule was that which the East>>c married, and In 1MB tlOHNs I'OI'I LAK MIOUIKH -l I'I 1/ 4 (Bill M| VII f#..n#.v#. -J..IU-I.I.1 A n.:io P .m. %  nd Continuing DAILY 4.45 c 8.30 p m. BY THE WAY A H Baroness with a :' ..... .11 i Un raiult Koontraat a' i said to hi ted tha now typo of American %  %  goldfish tankfiii live fish on th.. old typa of ihoa, winch housed only dead fish. The plastic h.tt Sftth bex-f r.teak ami in a small aquarium undai tha lining u still nd. in any can-, would be n luxury for a few lions eircurs. On k m i rm up. it arai dhiOt a 'cellist It .,11. and had lio buHniM to I" tn Me was thrown about one ,,i in.onfreres. It says: Most of AM wir. ,1 • r,i.iii his nfjniirncp* I %  mn ovt i it and I I ittoi *i, toko-^rasa. The tho Bekla ramalndi 11 lu tone than they tap out on that) little druma saucy %  : jungle HI He muh-doctor's hat with itah erocotUlei' eggs, they pick bolt's in lacrad traai with laaptros. tha) then lot D ill -HtiiiK deiiuiielv OH the gjround paring tht that "only celibate "Rutheman • %  *ho is already a priest may not an eat y, cr papal decision, whl-h d MV had been alfo At the Council of Elvira, in of the discontent which it cause.! Oat 300. the among the Ruthenlans *ule was made stricter; not oni> Celibacy for the Wester night pi i. but imii is part of tlie law of the Church >rdaine, a nd has no forced, i %  ^n children. We cannot exited : %  • of the great resuming %  prleatl bringing up i B ac h ed to tag NorthOregory vn (io,3-8il) but n 'amiiies Qeoaral Hoapltal m,i remained the rule n.<.eithelei. „ Mor ove r he d 'JP<' 1 nM,lon f ,r jatar at the Runweii Mem il HoaThe Brai CouncU ot \ H I", G .^ ,hp ,f f V !" SfTh," ttPS "crc'l'v Slrn^bllh^ WCMIIII clergy to be not merely ^^ *Mhrr anv of the Enelish unlawfu! but invalid. Hut it S ggSn?w^"wtt*S I i 'i dates (he role ,Rome finx t\„ petiUons on beof celibacy for the Western clergy na i, n f convert Anglican from that time, and not from eight men who are married at hundred yean earlier v et wish to be ordained as Cathnraere are w thl .. however, lie priests. millions of Catl BaitWORLD COPYRIGHT kirch, owing the same obeRBSERVED dlenee to the Pope which Western I> Ii; The course wu oomplated ... B ml Infirmary which is a tniversity Teaching Hospital. Mr. McConne is the brother of Sgt c; B. McComic. Armourer of the Barbados RegiHy ittHwheom ber In rri/hnirfd wumvn inlvlligvnt.' W HERE should we be withou the delightful generalisations Ol lenie'' Someone has discovered that women are twice as fat as men, which Is like saying that boys are twice as III as girls Yet any statistician can prove eithe, of these statements or any other. b> the skilful use of columns of figures Was it not solemnly an-' ornc time ago th.it children with brown eyes n affectionate than any others? I in.-elf nine ventured to as eit that bachelors under 40 with snub noses make better ironmongers • than married men over SO with .large feet. Nobody dared to con,tradict me. Greatly emboldened. %  I laid down that married women vith tall nieces in Rhodesia were liukr to animals than Dogaat* hire bailiffs with rheumatic Mendi in P. nge Tbli lot pa %  'ithoul a challenge. 'In iilttii.* iriiti fur Sut'l '/-^MAItl.IE SUET ix Hid to be drawing up a scheme lot multi-tier price control llv Introducing ten or 12 separate price %  .i is it Ii hoped to bring the pro" all manufacturers more securejy within the new dividend limitation. A sliding scale of consists and production will enable the lower levels of price controls to stabilise the gap between theli prlee-tlmiti and those of the hlghei levels itv Bxlng i down leveL Instead of at Ueo. Iha spiral Of liu 11 %  turns and decreasing output wfll In niii'd. thus allowing a marglO 'if safety until the number of %  epariti price laeali can be double, i or oven trebled. CrIOSSWURO i r • r-f1 V H i r%  — H" • %  • OOUBlt • e T *.toascv MO MATCHED BU | %  i nut LTT WllM 1"L UNDCRV.OnLP 1 MPtlrl THAT ^^** SOLD Muaorst r.-R A PRICf Comini A TOPPER OF THE MOVIE INDUSTRY! Ml MS IIHI! ATIO HtlKN BLOWIK < Technicolor) It.H.C. Radio Vograiiime p. Rupert and lite Pine Ogre — 8 T>. \.. .(..Ill .-....,. MM a 1 l.l p in M % %  • I p in %  %  10 | li—1" (.-. 1 M %  UM %  %  rest. B 3, 1 anal %  htOf Kiun.l i i % %  oi, ,%  %  .." BMNN %  . | • i • -. i 1. framsturs PIHI Psan I' i Jh (iidup-t M. I start at t :.'!*, Uvin 1 H\ipr.-m t rciucnl moa< j l>,n">i a:iaui>B I5 H How i irrin in .n'v •o-err, in Lvin ,i_ itw (*i l\* i .,1 UM ruM r.%e 11. il VI Up-rt> Ii .1 a err.-* (Jl tt siirnmc -nort >• Be." IS %  asgaT" ln I? i B ... The natural way Co KEEP SUM AND FIT If you warn ii> he attractiveh %  lim. with bright cyci. rsdlaai complcsmn. an.l raal ii.nc. Nature demand* that you seep your ivitem clean-. I impiiriiicv Chhkal icn h\ docton contirm ihjt Hik B i H ,h,t gently snd CtwUleJt Mile HI-JI,ate krrpmg miUio healthy and vouihlul in ent Bgart Sun isVing the-n 'onighi. M A ii I .\ i %  : HOTEL KVKKV SATLKHAY IN JAMARY n inner Mia nee %  BBVBI FROM 7 P.M. TO 9.M Ml'SIC BY PERCY (1RKENS ORCHESTRA t'NTIL MIDNIOIIT $4.00 PER PERSON DANCE TABLE RESERVATIONS E M %  I II E tH'IMNfi TO-DAY 2.30 A 8.S0 and t ontlnuinc Dally 4.45 A 8 31 Pfcturea Presents— I AIHKNVK iM.IVIEH -JOAN KONTAINE It I It I I 4 A' K ONLY SUB I VAT1)NS PHONE BHI \ IIOYAI. la-aaj only. 5 A K I J O lumbtl IYe;e! "GEORGE IN CIVVY STREET" — WITH — <.l OIK.I I ((Mm ind olh-rSalurda> A Sunday. 4.J0 A 1.15 itepubl., VEHA RALSTON — JOHN i \UIioI.I. siniai viii ik AND MKIHIMIHN WILLIAM ELLIOTT — AUUIAN BOOTH I Njlu'i i Cmle Kl BILE BEANS I. CM. |>l It It I seat CMkn %  •* OPENING TO-DAY 5 A g.30 P.M. A t onlinuinj I • • ACTION AT Mlli-NITE SiK^i-l M1U-MTE SHOW MtUTd.y l!th Republic Whole S, "Kiiiof laiI "eh* llehRR4t*l'n>" irs PACKED WITH IIOXY Opening; TO-DAY. 4.45 A 1.15 and Continuing HaUy -J4CRII IC01IIS.SON ion%O I. Y >l l> I I Plain Crepes Pink. Blue. Green. Lemon. White 36" $1.16 per yd. Blue, Mauve. Green, White 36" 98c. Lemon, Peach. Pink. Rose, Turquoise, White 36 91c, T. R. EVANS & WHITFIELDS Dl.l 4220 YOUR SHOE STORES Dial 4606 T Our Eriends Enun ONMM KIM.M.KV IIKSIIICMIAI. II.IH \T B\THSHI:B.\ LOBSTER LUNCHES ; IT'S THE PICTURE THAT TIKES A NEW LOOK AT LIFE! on M\i. TO-OAV 1311 A 1.11 -"I I % % % %  tnuiiiii: Dally RKO's Super Double — fast-as-ltghtning, behind • t h e -sc eaes ttary ot professional faothaH playen .. rvei, lalri^uei, ha d-hitting eteresi LUCILLE BALL ti>*zf&. LIZABETH SCOTT r^iV SONNY TUFTS LL6YI NOLAN il •MnH^OIA'MllllABl v people?,!!! JWfc ~M pupn PIT lti HOtSI 3* — BALOOrTT 48 — BOX 72 r-*ui mwAt: JACM *t UP THT ::U1WD TH£ MTKW!


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Uniform Title: Barbados advocate (Bridgetown, Barbados : 1983)
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Publisher: Advocate Co.
Place of Publication: Bridgetown Barbados
Bridgetown, Barbados
Publication Date: Friday, January 11, 1952
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Electricity Shortage
Hampers Industry
Commercial Body
Discuss Problem
l.tl.S. Sill I I HI I

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- -ondltlons were having on ihe
C'ada-W.I.
Trade
i
Hopes For Revival
AS

.

Hon. Mr. Ctlke
ing th.it .
i Company*! "'
waiting
company could not fulfil. H. of th, '
know thai whi
public, aiked foi .1 service which closed Tl

trattoi
denied I hem
I them, ihcy expert, out rli ,''"' ,V ,P
rtaln amount of frus-1 through the years thaj did!


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an naybuj -11
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f Um volume of trade that
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>d perhaps Quite right U. import
When ho went to England, lie 1 over **
drew the matter to the attention
: 'mini- who
acII awara of the situation, and
indeed quite sympathctir to those
consumers who wan unabll u<
btain 1 service Ha
thought thai
Commerce as a rotponill
in (ha 1 onvnunh
.
ted thai thej had given him the
.
address them
with re-

Actually, m England
Whan thl utage of

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1 erect
1 ended ovei
i "i good running order.
Raraaad Panakaton
Mr Cul hat Hum
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looking to the futuj
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THE RITUAL
MURDER CASE
STATEMENT* B\ fcCCVSED
Durui
1
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Mr. C H Clarki
Mr. F E Kiold for the Crown will add;
I jury.
ogUsh people wfi

I
colonies In Enuland. how

islands and

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1 inada,
.11 lepresentaiivc
ffi took plao
In Ottawa and it am
than thai larger quota i
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..ith the
iiwomf 1
raaJIt) in tl t naai futura
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HBFCTMJ). fl** Lip of Vu Au..
in Chlrf of the Amm W.--T Indie* Station
In-et LIIFT Sir William Andfwr.
Int RIUlIT Captain M Eersrd BN
to Su Willwm Andrews*
.nding Om.ti II MB atirgUht .
the coni|>.
the ISA h. wanted now to l their lervlca bad
built, the current was
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That WU a point which the
Chambei OUM dfa-

they had to make to the company
a* to whether it was belter to con-
.ivbody and have load
1 haddtiaj
Sol I I
not quite mi easy. Mr
Cuke said, to Bel plan'
the demands increased. Apart
obtaining
plant, tl
series of unfortunate happening!
fore mi thai win
explained these difficult
.
'tilems In-
volved.
ll,
q tin re was a shortage
of ship-

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1
England.
, II. felt that If
England was trying to meet their
wv would not .
Barbado .._
Apart from the internal dim-
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of the Compan> would have the
effect of letting them have some
sympathetic view
Mr" Cuke said that i -
ujiue it was not
rid hand
f from
America, but it would have taken
iodltior> it and In
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had to he 1
t.. take tl
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,;cnei atmg nets of a big-
iian that used hitherto
rival of these sets,
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na ul and it was
ard m Indies for
H.ugh the
volume of Iradj during the I.'
- n m had
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lude and goodwill towards the
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Barbados.: Ideal
Asked what he thought of liai
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1 ha\e
U.M.S. Sheffield
Comes Saturday
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Mi Thuraday. January it.
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I .N. Proposal
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Acheson
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. tuaa
r, hut
inform ati<

h
OUKi f-i
il that llarbadoa
throughout
Ions as -.i delightful
"'New Look' For
Local Buses
"Greyhound" On The Road
The Austin Mullil* h, which arrived in Ihe
bland theOanaralOi
'
The 1- Maaai Eel b
Um* it will replace th<- ol
n use in Barbados-
Journalist
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h,u< 1
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4 Kent

than average opportumt\ tu en
gago the .
ibei ships of
When the Germans in-
Apnl. 1H4U. she
put detchments of ltoyal Maruu^
I
harbour and mad bridges in pre-
for iii>' large 1 British
DUlltar) torcea which landed Iwe
-
The ship naxt came 1
into the newi 111 i4i whan ihe arai
in .oiop-n> of H.M. Ship'- Krauwn.
Malaya. Ark Royal and light naval
Feluiiary If the warship* steamed ** leiTierf Tc-rtrty fh if hun
." return
w \SHIN< 1

|.i> with "gn*"t
potted
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NJOM
Nation
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and wan I

raged Wtl
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Shrftlrld .. lung pur-
on of tin
; Hkamark. The
.. i '.:.:(. Admiral Sii
J-ine> Bomcn die. G.C.H K I: I .
D.8.0 nying hh Bat in H.MJJ
eoowa. |] prdj 1
anil shadov the lUaaaark. I
Ihe Bfterno I Mth, aftei
aircraft from the aircraft carrier
\rk lt..>..l
M \1 S Mirftirld
tnkmg
..... II MS
\rk r.iivji Launched
BanaMea
reds Of I
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lera, litlad
gate the Aiii.si
1 Uon was
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in- paroti the I
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in use
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hit ufltl the coach to the island a>
I ;i il ui.1' Witfl the Ida
proving
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New Type Of
Fishing Boul
Being Built

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heleld 1
ui ui Balem

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red at 1
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granttnf "' ipacial i>ormit with
which t.. operate this type of
coach," Mr. Dowdmg said.
other parts
nf the t
Birmingham. England, that the I
Plica Increnserl

ago, the price has been Mar-aaaadl
nlea. especially
!- -il.|. 1h.il
ould be three times
isao and
.tv many.
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vi far fi"
K eiigli

. % his h"at a! the
It is nearly


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built at.,,..
1 'r
.18 aaaaf- l loin! I
Held and the other ship
. gohamherai 1

..'.'.. peed
... rhe
coast. 11 MS, Khert.rl.l
nhainkorat h|
: r
ing her position .<- b .
If M s llufce of Yors, -
moving up from the M
pi II MS llukr ml Inrh
ha
During the ami K.M | BaaaasaM
-. part in an impOrhUII
actnai lg
enemv force which attempted to
Ilusaian-
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IfaUdoutn Facet
r-htii nl Crisis
EGYPT WARNS U.K.
TO QUIT VILLAGE

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at the time, hut If M St..
tttiemrld'* perl In this opera'
is now fully arkr.owl. /
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"Flying Enterprise
9takfl
Cul-
rALMOUTH, Jan
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and th>
. TnmMll

tin Pale 3 I'.P.
Chinese Prisoners Prefer Suieide To l{riiirnin Ko l i
1
hundreds of Chlneee war pilion- that tie be
having
.
-
r tl
.
Ing in the Communist Army." I
1 1
Bidaull Tries To
Halt French Crisis
PREMIER ai d wfence 1
pai i; poll til 1.1 in effort 1
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PAGE TWO
BARIUDOS ADVOCATE
imnw JINUABT n. itM
CaJtib Callinq
Tl
I
.1:..

-UfltfSB .llltl I
ut on a tour f the Caribbean
and among the i
maica and
the Bah
shay. (Uwwm .
'] in.In r Meeting
MR. flURID UN H JDHOUfl

in Trtnul

iiml e. Ill .
. daj or rin
Back from Trinidad
Mints pho


mi-nth -
Wi day. Tiny
na and w .
I jelad.
Ml PIU
aid
of
Austin and i
Enjoyable Holiday
AFTEH an enjoyable three
the' holiday in England.
I .
'BE, re-
ln| by the
CoiOSWOtt She was ncrontpitnied
rid M i'ii ml U|
rul Is now
he plctur* of ii'iiith
Caribbean Cruise
:

on the
< nlomhlr
Din .....t A. Bam*-.
M ,,r.-i '.'
i John. 1
j bn p ||< Diet s.

St John. H i Hi
<: (. p*ldm n M
. '.; Ml .ill.I
.
l .nl*y.
Inlranait
Mil l LAl'Dt I <;ii.t, Cl.i- i
I.....ill mi
in <'ahitnikir from
KukIwdii yesterday mo*

counting ii I i
. | Ca i I
He said thai in- mi in tii- ami m
hall ol residence ai Mt. C. A.
Mm tun
I
Fifth World Cruiie
AM' >.M. |h< |
fcLfl Oaraada on hi
I.Ml \M|\ h^l
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llj i iijiiyinu jl
Hi
H Chad

xpooaai
trade

' III part*
built ut>
1
1 In 81 eountriai
[f '' exhibited
1Mb lon| aval ind
' It! im-

hi.mi,i: ., | Bap_
-i-.it.,( iha Barl
< i... Ltd wi. rapraaantcd tim
locally before the wat
the Retired Deputy Principal
jyt1' "'" ',' a PUfTla
,'" among tht passengers
?iru"l* ?" rfattrdaj rnorrOn.
! ' ip ndlna .it

UU with Mr.
Pilgrim of bull- i
Mr. Pilgrim who was Deputy
i allege for
i,j|...| on
reran wring five

Five Monthi
A llll.llth-
holiday In Engl-iii,: It.-v
S R. Ku., harge of
si l rwri oca, >< lurnad i
morning b) thg French S.S.
Colombie,
Married Yesterday
\ RDAY afternoon at St
1 "

Hill wa
married to Mr C, Sinclair Gil1.
I uTl.r staff of th<
The ceremony which was per-
fi.rmed l,y It.-v S A. I Colcman
H. L,me took
place shortly after 4 o'clock
The bride who wV
b) Mi I King, wore
a dress of embroidered organzn
nylonbouffnnt ? shoulder bodke, scalloped neck-
line studdfi arlth r limestones and
-fitting sleevr
line headdress with rhlnestnne*
. bloasoma, kept In place
f iiiu.....i tulli
...
entfcwrluffl lilies and v. |
li-.i
Thi bridcsmaiH* wci* the
'Ml Wile- ,n,| Joyce
tirifflth The ll*>wer-girls were
Barbara Sargeunt, M.ureen Reld.
Pi illne Phillips and Eugene Jor-
dan The bridesmaids wore white
idle over gold taffeta with a stole
lor. Their
headdress was of gold roses, with
crinoline fans to match the dress
The flower girls wore dresses of
Muo ..nd pink nylon, ertnoBUM
headdresses studded with rhlne-
sfith posies to match
The best man was Mr Tony
Vanterpool and the uahi
Messrs. Neville Phillips. Alon/a
Jones and Norman Gill After
r.mony a reception WH
hi i K Basal BOW V BwkM HID,
St Michael. The honeymoon is
being spent at Fleet View. Bath-
sheba.
U.K. Vigil
MR and Mis. WILFRED ALS-
TON were among U I
i riving by the ColosnMc
nd yesterday. They had
boon m tha W.K (or the past B
months on a visit.
Back Home
MISS CONSTANCE INNISS.
Assistant Mistress of Christ
C'lineh Girls' Foundation School.
Is now back In I
arrived %estcrday morning by the
Colombia iflaf spending nlno
months' hoh in the UK.
Same 'Plane
MR. GILBERT 'Chopper" TOP-
PIN. KM of Mi. ,,i M
L. L. Tomb of laridja," Wt
Avenue Hflleville. |
here on ghorl hoUda) irbrtUni
his parents, returned to Chi.mI.i
on dfidnaadiy by T.c a.
Leaving by the same
Mr Ivan OlttOm who
on a three week visit to his wire'
.!'. I | .
-\Hi.,-.insj ban
Trinidad School Teacher
MISS EMELDA HERBUtl
school
Bctaool Ban Nr-
rtando who had been s|
il holidays here
lad on Tuesday by I! W I A
During her stay here she was tha
uest of her brother Mr S. H
-.( -GunBlte.'- Ilnttot.'
Mill.
Trinidad Lawyer Intranait
Mr. Henry L. Debi. |
school teacher of Tnnidau
.ailed tr> th>
Grays Inn last NovemUi. IOM
Cartb that the happiest year
I* those spent ii
M a student.
He said that the English people
) hospitable and on thi
kind l<
students from th,. Colonial Em-
pire
Mr. IXi,i was among the pas-
sengers Intrnnsit u the i olvmbie
from England yesterday jj in
wa> back to Trinidad to prac-
tise his profession.
lie gsJa that he lived in Eng
land for seven years and hand
life there very pleasant.
Althrmgh it Is true h*. said thaii
ine.it. bUlMT, fhee'i- ttC
hiUoaad I ..bu^-.dd
: W equal distribution
Ha paid tribute to the British
Coiiiuii u, London for the ar-
rancamont* ihey had made in
srotOOfnlnsj ami entertaining stu-
dents during their stav in F-iig-
bMML
During and after his .student
days. Mr. Debi worked as Exec-
utive Officer in the office of the
High Commissioner for India anrl
only relinquished the post shortly
before returning to the West
Indies.
Eifht.week-old Pauenier
YOUNGEST passenger on tht
ss ( ohimhe Ud| trip was
"-oi,i Dannti M
M I ' Donnii who .
in England is the son Of Mr in
Mrs. F. E. D. McCom e of
Belmont. P-.n-of-Spain. Trinidad
Hi MeComle was returning
rjand aftrr a siK-months*
Hospital Adl
tion arranged by the
Council in cot,j.ii
Institute of Hospital Administra-
tors.
The Pope And The
Married Priest
IL ftUCHAKL IIIKKK K
: man Wl
idauied as a Roman Catholi
Maim. Hut name
ethe. He is a fermer
,,astor of the German Evangelical ^inj:
who has become a Roman *rdVT 'V'
CattsoUc, together with his wife ^eTire
The Pope gave special |

not Ixiuixl b) the same
but still ! tea ol thi
arst Christian caol
They may not marry after

for Herr Goethe to become ,
fives i hey
they
ihey wcr

nd if the* ha*
l: .*. I ei
. priest and at the same time to bishops. Bi
etam his wife Two dayi a*o. i ihoaaandg ol Catholk prl
.econd German Protestant pastor the various Eastern rites a I
a as given permission by Iha I' .milier
o become a Catholic priest am Then was indeed, a good deal
till remain married. It is i of embarrassment an.01
:. that may well have far- Western Catholics of the United
caching consequences. >*** when Catholic priests of
UMoag celibacy is imposed on l* "* "'" *
nogl Roman Catholic i
BBS,
Cardinal* Wilc
.. Manu.ng. *j.. i
ArcniiiMiop of WaaSjain
pho4oajrapb oi bii
and mere is a Catnoin
ting tin
* ves and children with lb
assuming that they would be u-
i-eived into the general compan>
ol th. Thurch In America.
Scandalised'
IOI\^
.
The ENFORCER
->..t.i aas * aaa, a is* - si*-*. i
"GUN RUNNER"
ROLLING WESTWARD
P
I.
A
Z
A
" "l-'^--/" Dial KI(M
I..*-, a N bubw im"si"
IIHI ot Mil UfH *
. om.m M> IIKSIIOII1
Irafcsri
Ui.mh O'lUia- MocDonald Crr
S-.I I JO V ii
(!>.4 ( In
i
* p,i,
ran i o, n i
Manaicl I ItiO* a,
I ^M^ MAI.K MM VTr.
isNiri Hostr
lnni UKflr a
*M, Ol si \ \OA
worm it hi. iz#w. i*tu \it>u
MOM %% MtXM WV
(The CREATORS of TALKING PICT1 KCS>
The most numerous i
&&
er> recently the two pne-t n m.nion in the Uniterl Sr
eetor and eUraU ., Ijllm bol ],[
on. A Western Catholic prie-* tbdr htuin'. and they
ot necessarily a man who ha> come from what is i.ow thi
never been married, but only ern t'kraine. but was south-eaM-
man who has no wife alive, un- ern Poland before the V
lass he has received a special dtl Agie.
The RootM Catholic* ol
St Am three huiidu.i vaal ssl BtatOI were in
A the Christian era the govern- dalised that then .
Jig rule was that which the East- >>c married, and In 1MB
tlOHNs I'OI'I LAK MIOUIKH -l
I'I 1/ 4 (Bill M|
vii f#..n#.v#. -J..IU-I.I.1 A n.:ioP.m.
nd Continuing DAILY 4.45 c 8.30 p m.
BY THE WAY
AH Baroness with a
:' ..... .11 i Un raiult
Koontraat a'
i said to hi
ted tha now typo of American

goldfish tank- fiii live
fish "
on th.. old typa of ihoa, winch
housed only dead fish. The plas-
tic h.tt Sftth bex-f r.teak ami
in a small
aquarium undai tha lining u still
nd. in any can-,
would be n luxury for a few
lions eircurs.
Onkmirm tfWiW
ilU'llil
THI onhaatn Bangs struck
again the other day. The
E- tiinu ,f .i violin broke in the
;. VloUn Ooocarto \
well-kin has siig-
gested thai plaiii-eluthea men
should nuniiie with the players
nd during i Mi-pii nuts characters.
IOM I fnghtful-ltaiking
man srith 1 brokan nose and a
gap in his front t enough to admit a toy cart, was
10 be holding his 'cello
the a/rani > up. it arai dhi-
Ot a 'cellist
It .,11. and had lio buHniM to I"
tn Me was thrown in the nudul. ol
.f tin- piannfoite
tell to ttM Boor wtth stokanlps]
ti",'1 rnuddj water hiipiksi Front
.it',1 .i iromboniM found
his mouthpiece bloi I
Cturmmmdene* pmmp elated
Hi
\oi h,,ui aavtliar iaH tWi
iw h.- ai iMkht ot thai Vtlak
a a a
Mfwai to hm mm W* hoopa
Mr. rfeaotiu rhe Erse's Hamma-
lii thai it hat Rii i(
he he so Mil. atumrtta iiilblBhmu
AM off, and l bar* of uoi ro poof
oiir.,.,,1,, hOH ur pUmk and one
bar hillniy (if a pea itiih ,-r
aawittili, or! um say his. War"
hit orl ihai irflrtatiraaji modduiiu
ban of'iTtfi hot
ruiu tact-M, and
nor funny with ilfir BOMI bin
pabnehj lio i/i'sT
HT| liar.. Mr.
I itrfOH thoa Mn atonaer.
The J'drtii-fnn T-io.
CIMKH Kl | .ASH.. \ sl.|s\-,
KAKE, who
Wotalotahin the headship ol thi
iwfae tribe, will read sritl
an answering heart a n>
about one ,,i in- .onfreres.
It says: Most of AM wir. ,1
r,i.iii his nf-
jniirncp*
I
mn ovt i it and I
I ittoi *i, toko-^rasa. The
tho Bekla ramalndi 11
lu tone than they
tap out on that) little druma saucy
' :
jungle
HI He muh-doctor's hat
with itah erocotUlei' eggs, they
pick bolt's in lacrad traai with
laaptros. tha)
then lot
D ill -HtiiiK deiiuiielv OH
the gjround paring tht
that "only celibate "Rutheman

*ho is already a priest may not an eaty,cr papal decision, whl-h
"d.MV had been alfo
At the Council of Elvira, in of the discontent which it cause.!
Oat 300. the among the Ruthenlans
*ule was made stricter; not oni> Celibacy for the Wester
night pi i. but imii is part of tlie law of the Church
>rdaine ,-hHiiit with their wives I he Church can relax., or. indeed..
The Council of Nicaea. in 325. re- can abrognte altogether if It
tuned to extend this rule to the should seem desirable
whole Church, and to this day I: No Children
does not apply to the Kastem There || no prospect I '
Church. But il prevailed from Nor is it likelv th..'
that time OSlwardl in the West. *uch M that given in the case of
were indeed tune wl be will be widely grant-
It was no sfully en- ed Herr Ooethe U o>, and has no
forced, i ^n children. We cannot exited :
of the great resuming ' prleatl bringing up
i Bached to tag North- Oregory vn (io,3-8il) but n 'amiiies
Qeoaral Hoapltal m,i remained the rule n.<.eithelei. Mor*ove.r- !he d'JP<'1nM,lon_ f',r
jatar at the Runweii Mem il Hoa- The Brai CouncU ot \ HI",G.^,hp,f fV. SfTh,"
ttPS "crc'l'v Slrn^bllh^
wcmiiii clergy to be not merely ^^ *Mhrr anv of the Enelish
unlawfu! but invalid. Hut it ,S ggSn?w^"wtt*S I
i 'i dates (he role ,- Rome finxt\ petiUons on be-
of celibacy for the Western clergy nai, nf convert Anglican
from that time, and not from eight men who are married at
hundred yean earlier vet wish to be ordained as Cathn-
raere are w thl .. however, lie priests.
millions of Catl Bait- WORLD COPYRIGHT
kirch, owing the same obe- RBSERVED
dlenee to the Pope which Western I> I- i;
The course wu oomplated ...
B ml Infirmary which is a
tniversity Teaching Hospital.
Mr. McConne is the brother
of Sgt c; B. McComic. Ar-
mourer of the Barbados Regi-
Hy ittHwheom ber
In rri/hnirfd wumvn
inlvlligvnt.'
WHERE should we be withou
the delightful generalisations
Ol lenie'' Someone has discov-
ered that women are twice as fat
as men, which Is like saying that
boys are twice as III as girls Yet
any statistician can prove eithe,
of these statements or any other.
b> the skilful use of columns of
figures Was it not solemnly an-'
ornc time ago th.it child-
ren with brown eyes n
affectionate than any others? I
in.-elf nine ventured to as eit
that bachelors under 40 with snub
noses make better ironmongers
than married men over SO with
.large feet. Nobody dared to con-
,tradict me. Greatly emboldened.
I laid down that married women
vith tall nieces in Rhodesia were
liukr to animals than Dogaat*
hire bailiffs with rheumatic
Mendi in p. nge Tbli lot pa
'ithoul a challenge.
'In iilttii.* iriiti fur Sut'l
'/-^MAItl.IE SUET ix Hid to be
drawing up a scheme lot
multi-tier price control llv In-
troducing ten or 12 separate price
! .i is it Ii hoped to bring the pro-
" all manufacturers more
securejy within the new dividend
limitation. A sliding scale of con-
sists and production will
enable the lower levels of price
controls to stabilise the gap be-
tween theli prlee-tlmiti and those
of the hlghei levels itv Bxlng
i down leveL Instead of
at Ueo. Iha spiral Of liu 11
turns and decreasing output wfll
In niii'd. thus allowing a mar-
glO 'if safety until the number of
epariti price laeali can be doub-
le, i or oven trebled.
CrIOSSWURO
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OOUBlt et *.toascv
MO MATCHED BU | i nut LTT WllM
1"L UNDCRV.OnLP 1 MPtlrl THAT
- ^^** SOLD Muaorst r.-R A PRICf *

Comini A TOPPER OF THE MOVIE INDUSTRY!
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FRIDAY JAMABY 11. 1152
BARBADOS ADVOCAT1
PACI thru:
he stall.
RITUAL MURDER CASE
oking for
is'.urn tain i
tram rBr

made the statement
v was not
it lO Springe. ,
-"> Lb* police did ooi
M IH* station uben Springer ww, look, he . n Mm.
mornin,, he
--AI1I
tlOUKC ami IUk- r
aome clothing.
TaM IVIm
hthei he (suu ttenatf,
aUtou the one he had mentioned werc abo ^j^n ^^ Gr#tVes'
as belonging lo Greaves. He cmild house
not remember whether Springer Greav., WM rtlel on Octo- MbM at the station and had
ber a while Springer wan charged given a statement
n September =7 Remain* Found
Next to give evidence w.. In- ciar.ne Sobei
what they <
' been
it.
Una, he
'-i i
IItirfnnu Log
MAIL NOTICES
/. Boys* Clubs:
Thw Girh*
Cru**-examined he Ml (nought there
some magt./inei had been taken ;
taUon rrmatlm* before in- wn
ethei any police read chanted as he said
them. Many phials tonUinmg fluid of the people of hi*
Greaves had been at the itat
had identified the knife.
They told Greaves in the pres-
ence of Springer that ||
aid he (Greaves) wag rrsponsi- tpecXor Cec,i Bournc He was al ,n,
SMBS SSUTB JS3 SSJJfc " -r! -
iS w 5 jS^'.k**^^ m*n vcatlialiona hf n makiim
who h.udone Uw dew. Pc sarfeenl brouehl Mm ac-
deulnedbylhePoUcebuthecouId and ,old hlm 0 han ,,.
n-ml.r whMh... Omvei aUa lh ,
waa releued before Sprm.fr oa ,.,. . nlllmM h.
(i EMnriB Boye. gf " "." ""I .:*i
reed lo The vvl
i
Al The Rum Sk.*
IK.- Harrw, h*.,--" < i -1
Bl LllCW, Mid he k-ve KI'"", i
the aecu>ed. On September 111 he m i
vas in bi* sh.-.. when hi heard nir^anar*
B a (Mombt.- TWO Una net. l.pl
ling a pohceman paawd "t^XJ"^^"':! ion. net, c*
About B p.m. accused came to run.* far Rtmu. ..
nis shop. He called him toward* *,*...>
the bar. H.
a domestic er- ,hirit to dnilh u, (ltJ ,.. llBi,
Id. St. Lucy, sau BUmcicnl metW3 ;>' huv dllsaXl tot " --*""--
II In the shop E
21 she went into the canea" to pick He offered me a drink and we I .!'
<*ra*. The okras were in a dram racn had one He told me to cU '
ir. the fleld Phillips who wan in U>. "V .' >" '
"I saw the insteps of a child feet g^ry department of the shop
near the okra tree, she *a.d -The oal|ed him and Colvin WWII ' "
in. 1 was to afraid that I ran 1 ran K<.tLl., '^i
AtheUtan and told him Cross-cxammeil Ik- said it "' "


riun-
UirM girts'
rool of 164 Tli*' !lin
l.. .it Hi.

Atfveralr
I ><-w. - ------ _______-.
He said that dsjngsj th.- Chrtat- log and law im when
mas season many ( bl stall
spreading th<- hi among many utallg si the
at the All **l Agtuultui.i.

The i">( "S". mat*, hnt*.
shoe making, gflnbroKh
the pub-
the rasspoB .
While 1 t<>ll the
iiunmoii thiii). for Bui ton to buy
d gflB :
Than had been a discu-iton be- xhj, ,,a.mcM,
and Springer about Cou,t ______ m^n....... he i< I St," ColYto WM 0t
n"1 took Springer to Pie Corner a. he the doctor ,.,,,, n,,,, (, "
-^'^ .........; arSSs
, .
goinif to Canada.

i i .. i -
he had passed Septerr____
'<-> tri hr aUasBBd murder.
r himself

Qekarew w w I0una. came lo ^j m(llnPr-. hoUi, a|Kl ,(1 ,,, ,,,,, 11V, , hli
Si .(f l Ml to Greaves >,:,. J-Jjct how la..- it - _Sh.Md ,hop. Colv.n .nd Burton appe.
took j1 in the |Un- ,,, Rv(raHum|nU|W
there m v.hKlos gDd on the wayf(" I ned.
Ker.lled
\tWINGs
YEAST-VITEI
On Septenilvr IB he mm that night, he *i
ink gaor
i leierrinK
Mid that on September 24 he was
1 Hill Police Station. The
accused who had been landing
by the door, said he had not ilep
m all the night lieft)-.
r. He said
of t.lkme about
ld*i murder.
to the station, they stopped at Mt Pl"*elhi
Road.
ggsj the accused whethci
Mclvor Greaves was the MdVOI
Greaves he had mentioned II.
Mid yea. I nikci Mdvor Urvavei
"I took him lo Inspector Bourne said he did.
ami told Inspect".- Bourne what "1 told Oraavoa of the aul
he had of the rtatomenl springer had
"The 1 pit | In Springer said
and he sal to Uy gf| tfi.it he hnd told it tn Greaves cor-
ond I. to hia left Inapaetor Bourn* lactly. *a- ""'
a-ked him whether he wanted to -Greav. strongly denied the ac- ,. R*nli ' *
make a -Mtenu-nt abont the ih.ld CUMlUoni with an oath ^lA^OU! "" hUr **" C"lV'" '','''
-Act..... .! he w
"The Inspector cautioned hlm howtd (.' iout th
but thought ed to l-e friend
He *aid he Cpl. Thomas B.ii
. , ,IHI.'-.a
i ----------- -------.
The Only Pain Reliever
containing Vitamin B<

l way. 1
hud told him thai
i
li.
I
| seen th ii...
Colvin Wild bint
|0 HI
d load aim Uw
, Uon bacatm II had itopped in Uw
. Al.nl J II.
If. IVOI O'reawai was re<-alled s^iX i-,x%<
He said !. " f
i-ei before he loined ihe v
I ha mu not Mend
! with him afwi Ihi arm) day* "" *" '"hi
Ra '*<> praaant at the Court
ban i tenant was j ",,'..
* "*i i could bring arHDaataa to k. o
eluit thai
, JSVSTtitaTi5 Seawell
BWpWmMI 1 Thev *m
Uiraum Ihdr miiwlut ^""mtJStn"*
I Uw Chureh lad'. Brigade, tr. him,.
""' '' '" " * I M ..Id ht Muni- '
l .inl l u.l ln,. ,, ,, ,, , ,h||d
; For
; HEaDtCHES j
J NERVE PtINS ;
COLDS
: CHILIS
RMEUMITIC 1
JINS
by *aylnf you ate nnf okHgcd lo Canadian Army. Greave. ...tmil- '
uaaac but anvlhiiik von led thai h' Tined lo *"'
aboul three qiiniter. o aSr^-
, "W '' ';." V o* mBo from wn oobw
snd read a lK-k. The !>.** was SuiH-rlntend.nt S.mmonds wa g^g";
ro t-
.T.l..1. I
Bwre aboul
and went a\ ." ltd returned
ahout .'> 3ll p r 1 Cilvin
ton afterwards | taojath*
M nhoiit seven to
eight bichaa loig
n sickle
The Court
in a m to-dav
\l.\\ LOOK"
"HO aald, "yen", | want to give a
statement. baapectOf BOtirna wrote which had been taken from Me
the caution read it over lo the Ivor Greave*' home and he said
I and invited him lo read It that lr*fx<"d like it )l- it tn.it
over him i i i and then 'he trousers and shirt he wan then
Mgncd it had eV" t^tween'"*" an n "
"Al1 i tine n September 19 Sh, rtlH m - r.Veve that
wader. an weal backto Crab Hill ^hr md "*" " arr*xn ""
Tn*iec1or in m> ptMirm Th<- Station.
I dionit conlmued i>>i Si'i>- - rur^-examiiicd. hho said that
II Invited t- reftd temner 2S and he bMarvlawad b*l Betai and Colvln RuUlp rrom l*age I ,_& (
H on -vhi.'ii he got At*t cousins. in lana BlhCC IMf. "It M how- N,., ,,-.. ,..,, ,,...
read It. said t ant. A^. a result of that The distance between ItWU ft h..|>ed that Iprne IncreBaa in t
^igne<--- nous. _, rang will lake plaoa when .n- J
"As a result of the -tatrmi-m PHar Hoi* II H drawn tohll about 200 yards. She did not know cessions are granted in Mat.'.
Spunnvr w... laken from the sta- attanUotl tor Uv -h... Chandler sl.uiu I hut year.' he said T..
non and he Srectod ,. to Uwre wa* an Inner chamber H< Ihwd abotH, mlU frfem He OKpreaaad tn, hop, that the J
place- mentioned in B**iM Bm. When PU1HBB OOM -.11 he able
Amot, the plaie, W. which he look J -* -- *V " g JS i I
!*WS ^'peS Hoto^wK '".^^^ ; ^hjd r^rc.1 ^ when ^..to, > _,.., Puh^j^eton* FJa-, .....
examined
CONQUER
PAIN
WITH
he assisted ti. In lookn
, irts of the child NoUllgdj
was found.
I -Here we went to Me Ivor
ri home. Greaves came
homo while we were there .md
WO) then made
asked whethci he had seen the
' "! "i- children, was a few iarda from
deuce as to Um Ulnaat of bjt. Boyce's house
to have beao
Hi ..id f hav
V. I lark* as
1 Sgt. Clan : i
dirt II > n. u
j revolv-
inl sign panel in 'he front. The
lighting1 -
iionvelv atnio iheie thai "
teni of the pn i it buae* and aluo
has n soothing afreet ''n the eye
Tht hell, used by passengcts t"
the coach, given on.
ill be a possible change
type of buses which la i
A Voice used, depending on
Agatha COTDin l Ii. ^ urner
saiu UM I t.re>hoiind
. le a search. V. ..,,. dav the child warn missing. She The comcIi. which ha.
-On the relurn journey, wh ll J* "......- ...... ''" '""' * " P*.nc-e of the Oreyhour
OB Mt Knendvhi,, n Ht Bo0< h .dt nd ManK was ovei the half *! In Tnn.dad. H buill 00 an
Hood the van stopped. | | "' -. \ ' 'u, T ''-' -"" ""' "^IldOn ibOT* < All
and 8pi . ,.',1f'"T,v, do.,, hair cioeni. accagoariodation f M rhe load-
gut and (lee q^ |nf ^ ,, . ,h, )il(.k.,
is Uua the Mr Ivor Oi . eimmntMU Hm aim aoina And H I 'W'T1
whom vou referred In ynu itow- Sl,i ....
men, and Spring.,- ... long, -nd an- .'* -^ <*i'pprd with >,
-The inspcto, ,kH him J- ' ." ill to.
whether the trousers and shirt ',, av i goUtf fwwn the road and
Which hH Men taken I Xn SgV C.arke re some li.n,. icognwe
'".""' were lhre ltou..-r. ,.,,,.,,. i f,*e MaB.*!ra!e ,on s
he had MM "I "' "<""' l>u"on boul "
.., !.,.,.., .MU. 10
him whether it was the rKri., win
lo.M.-s-exan.- C>oaa^amln*d she said she
cueetl said that that looked ll* inr ,.,. ,. llgM. had only heard the voice but had ,^1^, of thc dr-wlmg sound of
It. Inspector Bourne then '-' lurP of the ',h,0 *PJ"kor"; JJ "*? the prawaM hall, the mi
Greavea ihe substance or the Ft* - clllll were I H aW feat ..fl If "er- h ,, ..
This atateme, 5 i -' "" louk'n<- he W"M upnht.
,ld Court hlvc *cc" ,nc M***-"*- On a whole this type of bus Is
Bull --,1 * Enajuiry raat Imorovemaal ovei Uig "'
raawaaaar am------- pc Ci Cpl, William Oaakln attached Crab Hil1 I oliee Station waa nrx new I .t 1. I'.arhados.
- to District "E" lNlicc St-': in, September
mary to ,.-i September lagf yOOl On Se-ptem- 19 he was looking for the i
Springer said, ret lier 20 while passing near a cell in tug child. About 9.4S p.m
Greavea hr which Springer .*..*. Spnngrr uw Hull.m Springei n iron:
knew absolutely nolnlnis .bout It. culled him ana told him he wanted There2a Boyce's house He cam
Tiber 19. he had gone I i i Berjjte.nl 10 give a state- god nquired whether the polic
Ilriilgctown and returned at noon menl Sgt. Clarke was the Ser- had searched the pea i
"Greaves then went on to give geant laid him the police had done "
ns a detailed account of h1" move- Pft ( Imke and) 1 went to the but had found nothing
ments between fi a.m. and noon cell and he said he wanted to flee He told me Ihe poliie WW
Sometime afterward* he gave a a itotanMnl sn Clarke told him idiots and did not know wfwra i
detailed account "f hi- movements hr and look lot the child
for the entire dav We Uwn Wf! I i"-.ultl ID to the office The -()n September 21. I went to
and went on lo Crab inn Poiloa Boned him maki i rwttwi March. On my
Sgt. Clarke recorded the state- way there I sheltered in Harris
!)- al l that while Springer was menl from him In my prcsence.' shop ubout 7.4* B m from the
Hill baren he anMchargafJ he said, it was read to him and rain Burton Springer was t
he used to sleep in Sgt. Alleym discussing thc missing child
room Thnt wa how he came to Leg Syi HnrnlH Alleyne ie ther men
be near Sgl AllevneV door on the charge of Crab Hill Police Station "He said the Police did not know
"Inspector Buu>'ne then
Springer thai
to tay anythti
may be riei
asked Spring.
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ELECTRICITY
Barbados
i 1911. There
lime. In 1961 there
'
in with a brand
within 5 miles

rfaote island. For
i, no dividend
ireholdere i>;.'
.i:.t four yeai>
100,000 in DM
Ith increased demands
: :
I
I
.
proving
Island tor the

ii il A Cuke,
:. i | i . ii.Iht of Hie '
-
took Ihi j nit* his
I
that the Oompany wae tin' Ignorant of
1
today because ol tha I
in nipply all I tj demanded.
I
On the
. k as 1043 the no cpansion
I cent for parmlaalon
. retort whan Uui permission
: '.i th) n Gow
. nad on behalf of the
and in Januai H
i e sen! mi. The
Company placed orden lor four i
ii Ivad m 1947.
all given
i rets not -!
the C impart) would hi i
able to nipplj i tandi and would
i).' in a health) poail : tad with
plans lor expansion, it was quite unfair,
ii-' II A Cuke, to aav th a the
done ribthlni to
the intei i the pa (i' ol Bai badoi
met witi a eert I
unfortunate accidanta, he said, and its
preaeftl plans foi expansion wan
I Id Up i l l r of the clauses in tin-
Public Utilities' Act (1951) was frightening
away new capital on Hie London Slock
Exchai
Many members ol the Bai I
..i c in meni i that 'he
not con-
sidering tin- interests of the pi
: | and Mr. I> ( I 1.. ,.
man, *nji had
iful in its public !
Mi LUCU -Smith wanted tO know
whether capital could not be
stricter! electricity supply would lead to
unemployment and would prevenl the ex-
pansion of local Indu td there
i wing mud at the 11
i
and the Electricity Company I ether to
.
tation which had si Isen and
. .
Finally the Chamber i
a 1th the
.1 i the
Hon. H
thi reelings
of the t'
' ling.
I
the pi
: where den
here thru
itors "ii ordi r to i
present supplies.
: Cotnmero
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>n. The
itlon may have
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snee, been
i n | with mi >
....
the hiL '
.
-vpresseu b%, several mem-
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i i
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- eg i '
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last minute Ii
that mutui '
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earliest opportunity.
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goers who


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nl Kith poMlblll-
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help1


IM|, aini
York
- if.si Of Lat*
i.. DM3"
few Holiday days down
hfre This w.i Kt
treH We hadn't
w* rhst-
' it until about midnli:h'
cuuion and I was saying "good
night" her ihre* can arrived and
the party flared. The new com-
ers *er led by Shirley Smith,
vmingrr brother of Dr. "Bunn
Smith, aoss of Mr. and M
"Jimmy" Smith: Ted Haynes. ><>
>f Mr and Mn. Douglas Haynes.
who is studying Architecti.p-.
Bunny** Hope of St. Lawrence
Stnf ; pre-med course.
tnd Ralph Pi<*scod doing work In
v of course Umti wars
the party, among them
/.er *nd once again 'he
conversation swung for a time.
Barbadian. Music
i hm^nt anpeared as If hv
iri when I *tole away 't
antm r.nt q fa
This was the second time in t*e
-I ys. that I had mixed with gOBM
US studying here. On 'he
light, the Writ Im'i S
Association sponsored .
' (he luxuriously appointed
Chateau Gardens and amonr
" i I had run across Vct,. W-'-
..,.., j iffj
melon. studying Medlelne .'
rnlnmbla Unlversitv. ud ^*
Rnld Marshall formerly on (he itsg
Pllblir t.ibr'-.
nPerlng the end of hi-r
rourss In Cummerrial Adminlstr-
>on SI the New York 081*01 Sl'
an* Md Pelew. of St JSI
rombermerlan ' taken *<
gjp I^ti Islnn'l tlnlv"
v and ArnolH B
-.m are medleal stud^-
N |, began fnun the lkfl ,nvloil, ,, |,,tg|wito< 'o h"
r Ida/, nee. 2i. m^,, 8mtU ltton0* h,t,
tKM 1
MM I Mt
odi
1932
i dJamaM tn.- Xmss

that her* the day ufter Xmaa Is
NOT a holiduy. linfcno
i i what
Wt know av lloxinic 1)
ruta-Uds ii

braUona,


ducUon .ill Um tin.I*
Americans.
[be Moi
ho were minded *> do so
could enjoy a fnur-O
....
IB} Bstui



1
- momlng.
16 died, and I
tnowfall in earteln areas which
t might
n the biggest '
i I >\i ths

a was re-
I Ith ttgurea. A
lielmlna WISCH MEIER
ho w..s killed
svenlnf srss I*'.. mlUloi
obns seeldssrts in New
York In 80
nt, actual!
I
.
iti. tin- . Mr il Ii.
n
nU condi-
NaQonal Safety
i, which
hould ever
I be si
li-ui Well
I IrSS especially delighted U
beei frym the boys from CSASdi
Runny Smith I
quite arsl) and making quite '
name for himself. Workinu on tin
staff of the Veterans Hospital. In
sssd medical circle- ibal
he was given an appointment i
the staff nf mn- of C.mada's big-
gest hospitals. Now he has got .
fcholanhlp which will enable him
to go to Europe in pursuit of fur-
ther study, and It Is quite on IhS
cards that we shall hear quite a
good deal of thi* old Harrison um
in the not too distant future If I
re d beraraen the lines correctw
we mighl even aee him in the Wed
special dot;
ON the bus a few mornings sgo,
I saw a sign which read this way
"For Salethe rear door of thi?
bugvery little used." This wa
nnilnder to passengers that tluy
. ihe rear door for leaving
IAS reMOte, as the front one wjs
chiefly for passenger^ Setting into
i he bus.
Hi-tMriiiin Students *. ....
WHY dor/t you go la for building
I ran I .'her "'id loan?" shouted an Irate clerk
i l h <" ' newcomer.
r 'BuOdbll and loan'1 What's that
reis- ** boy? I haven't got uny
I kaunatrtd money."
nd. "I mean go out of this btntdiiu
lC"n it wl Ud leave m alone. We ;u<
I In Cobbler, The Film Girl
And Tbe Convict
Its > I ION DI1MIK
! -t ii'
1

Rod Army.
s be know sll
led

'.tight ni
i n Ulan laatl
given him by th,. British
did 1 e-*nci>i to
I
-vi "nh such .i
splendid suit of clothes '
. i tovuifSs ths iiot-
t-clsss 0
M
-
i- .a h

!>'

; |


...

at rsr I
u
bin dim back.

grunauder
down
riaad of Words
Ko he m tree
1

e lighting, food
IsvsH
"

reports
I




Then thg daan

, pent up in
, would come

- \i ii'i",
r,. one *' It I* Uke thU "Ul-
..... tlsq ihtnk the way the*
HVg > Ihe j SSS wludr W.trhl
Iwse,"
Deaartar

l
..
.

-:
lien, be-
gun et tin liht, and
nded whi

b lining, he wsa
L to work
om
in three Btonthg thi

Tin- (
bell *aui| -. but he was
caught end tenl bo jsiL When
the He-l Army
lununoned him...... sad
he was tenl to Oennanx
2. Tito Film Girl |
Valentina wss a secretarjrsien-
ith i Soviet 'il'u unU
tan
I fe unds-r SUIln in "libvraled

I
he said. "I lived
in luul to say

fuel for the stove in her Int. bv
i groM privilege
Ul herself
it four 'rooms in the flat
by four large-

PI I I I I bad to be ob-
lalned nx the fuel. Tin
is oeaetsl
Tns i-'i-' for tnree
...

i
n m .. to go io
Hi, fuel depot-but NOT In office
II
A -,.. i .
USSe. Thg depot
no I
tk
-
' ...
* rough the

:
. .

tiling there ere no moral* about
* fV BNvM I



||-mont
ovei lying lus ie iv by

.-. .Pi Bl

Russian
"They are only ..morncd w.i
,r Communism ovcr th
world, and they are doing it n
our expense." he said. H, an
i brought up in the new
trial area in th,. UriL;
which he visited recently oil
1. .,..'
Inhubilapla there. h said. ar.
f..i Bhs most part
lion i|iio4>led from their bORWB
m the Tkraine. lhc Baltic pro-
vinces. Humania. the Crimea, or
nnn or th*. many other reglot.
where Stalin considers the BStlVI
:i unreliable
thers me IDs inmates > '
the man) forced labour
. DOSTI fr-'in Uie Sovie! OCCUpS-
tion army in fjennsoy, t<
Instance, who talked ol in,, -i
poriorlty of German Industrial
And there
thousands who have been rc-
from these camps oi hSW
-, i|>i'<| li'.m them.
All of these people, ssld th
I have undoubted!*
beet tine deiBOrsHSSd by |hsl| <'v
Appalling living con-
ditions in this indusUlal arca dc
!:, reel
II little food, housing *
puinitive and overcrowded, in
bon md barracks, men, women
and children are dying off riniH
in thousands without any notice
being taken.
Vodka is the main factor in
life There is no other amuse-
ment F.vcryono drinks heavily
from the miners In th. i oil
mines, where there are accidents
nil the time, to the chiefs of the
party and the secret police.
Rule of Vodka
Said Ihe lieutenant: "Whll,-
i n m Polovainkg thi
Diet of my town h"
i workers while he
drunk in ;i restaurant If,, afsg
sentenced |o Bvc
"In fact that sentence would
-.th For the Inmates of
ni ramps are a law unto
S and no polic,
can survive asnong them
. and the Gover-i-
l ithorltfcs do nothing
sbOUt this rule of vodka. Proli-
3 Ihlnk that alcohol
St WSJ 4 preventing any
here "
Headache?
He "iav well he right Already
i-M'aixxl |>r ivi.-
roam the MSaVtrySMs pUSfUlg
wherever they please Thev
have fought pitched battles
( Stalin's special
police
II .m. oi. were le hu a Hdi
l i. int., organised
reststsnos against the regime
USB Kretnlin wlh
a headache even greater than
the desertions from th Red
Armv in Germany.
Months Of
Work Behind
Royal Tour
By LOUR Ul'LFK
v*h. as a Court reporter, ha*
accompanied the British Koyal
1 .hi. on m. A* avrrsias tour.
Th. i W i and the
Dukf nf Kdinliuri;h will undertake the lour
nf Australia and New Zealand In plice of ihe!
Kiii^' and Queen has meant much extra work
Cor officials both in Britain and in the
Dominions to be visited There will be
:'inerary. to hfgln with, although
wime modification may be necessary here and
there.
But b&aieally. the wnrk of orr.anisation will
remain the same as if the Kiny and Queen
had been undertaking the tour; and much
will .i I ready have been done. For 01
a Royal tour overseas bmdvea i major eflvn
of planning that begins s year i more before
the Royal arrival.
In its complexity, its attention to the min-
itest detail, and its exact liming uver a period
of many weeks, rnvohrutg frurneyi bj road
rail, air and sea, d Royal lour is an amazing
piece of organisation. Underlying everything,
from the moment when Ihe Prime-Mnn->ter
unlry Ul be visit Invitation to the Royal bmvsjilen m the nami
jf his CInvcrnment. until the> retum, is the
concept that all must go smoothly and with-
out hitch.
Because the Princess and the Dukl
gueete of the nation cortcarrsad, the broad'
utJiiu's nf the tour, M w.-ll as most of the1
detail of which plates shall DC VtSlted, BJ ,;
'i"\v long shall b.- ipent at each, will be left
to them to devise. Thv one broad principle
which the Prineega will lay down la thai she
and the Dune will want to see as much of
the country they are visiting as is possible.
in the time, and that as many people as possi-
ble .shall Ik- givan the chance to see ihem
i Canadian lour, in 1939, for exam-
ple, ii is estimated that at least 70 par cent
if Ihe entire population saw King George
and Queen Elizabeth at one point or another.
TIKH';HT FOB < IIILDKKN
One further point which will be gligggutl
by the Princess and her husband in this con-
nection is that special consideration shall be
given throughout to children and ea>Service
men and women.
Naturally it is in the country concerned \
that Ihe first draft of the Royal pro
is made. Once ihe dales of arrival and de-j
parture from Britain have been approved, e I
Committee set up by the Prime Minister con-1
jerned will begin to work with maps, time l
tables and schedule* This me-uns sorting out
and balancing a host ol claims and counter-
claims, rlaajing ramettmee with local and in-
tar-State or buei^town rivalries,
Bai ire any of the programme can be M
qarded as settled, it will have to be seen an
examined by the Princeee and ihe Duke. Thi
:s no mere routine furmaliiy. Point by poin
town by town, engagement by engagcmeii
the Royal couple will go over the outline
pfopoaala, probably with tha Chief organisi -
ippointed for the tOOT l-y tin- (;.>vernmei
.' Iiscussed at length on several occasions wit
General Berryman. of Australia, and Hi
Harper of New Zealand, who travelled ape-
tally to London for the purpose
THE (U'KSTION Or (LOT It IS
Clothes form a separate and distinct pr li-
lem for the Royal travellers. The Princes
a-iII have planned and ordered her wardrobe
mmediately she learned she and the Duk
would 'ake the place of the King and Qucr:
Henclolhes will be adjusted so that thev wfl
be adequate for the number of functions |
be attended, and yet not so large as to be un
manageable in the stress of thousands
miles of travel with repeated changes (Ton
ship to train, from train to car. from car ti
aircraft, from battleship to Governmem
House, from Government House to hotel
For Ins part ihe Duke musl include both nova!
uniforms and civilian attire
Among the most important, and one of th
least realised, points about a Royal toui < '
this kind is that all expenses are borne L
the Government concerned with the gtn|
exception of the aircraft and the ship whicl
will carry the Royal travdleri out and back
theee win be the rCeponeibllity of Britain
All the cars which the Princess and hei
husband will use in Australia and New Zee
land, for example, have been bought by Uu
two Governments, and will remain then
property when the tour is over
Similarly, it is on members of the hnn,.
security police that responsibility for the
personal safetv of the Royal visitors fall.
though the plain clothes officers of the Metro-
politan Police who are [>ormanent!y attached
to the Princess's household trave
where on the tour with them.
Nothing, indeed. Is left undone to make the
tour a successful one. and one that will re-
main in the memory of both hosts and guests
nt long to be remembered.
Barbados Annual Review
..I, ill lli.
Advocate Stationery

Si
Otll
i
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+\ Colors
Da Cosla & ('o., Ltd. I e>Wkttel
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WHY NOT CONSruVE VALUABLE FOOD?
VIUIM.A III I I' I III I /I
AVAILABLE FKUM HOOK-
Daceera a <>.. i.m. i:i-- ' i"
LUXURY
FOODS
FOR DELIGHTFUL DINING
FOR YOUR WEEK-END PARTY
Milk 1.1 i In.-h.r..
Milk Fed llu.k,
ltrcsM>d R^bblU
Mlncrd SUk
Iroirn KUh
.shenlry's Rye
"lil hi.ul Rum
Urn il | rtnl v.l.1,1
Mlvrd Nuts
Mrllb Flsn
Mrlli- l>..(. -
mat) Vs^stitHsa
Just where
you get the
Beitl
(imldanls
DBaWKT*
I Tins
Dins JHIU--
< n-'.ii.i psarese
H.rd
Birds
Oeavai
Qteaee
Aprleata
Shrrrlff* Puddlnco
sharps Toflle*
m rah M.ii.m-
Kr.n Cheese
( .irrs BtonsHS
FROM FRANC F
Miiriiin I < Ii.trni. i
l.oui* Rordrrer
Dri Monnrolr
Yrlle Cure
Prunler llr.iwl>
KIK till II Mill |
Mr mini Fruit
and
Vecetihles


FRIDAY. JANIARY II. 19.12
BARBADOS ADVOC\TF
PAf.F FIVF.
Electricity Shortage
Hampers Industry
NBW HI*
Uam pan I
He said thai
1,1 aboul on. atillMM
aaupn aw ,.1-1,1 lt, :i i,HJ
II 1? ? ^?d l^* SSUwn ,hc vernment and the
position .nrf^L ?Sr"VC ,,r- E,wlnc Cc.mp.ny M a public scr-
what lL rBSt.^^W exactly current In a modern. civilized, up.
jroJ. m*"""""' *ta both fides have responutnlit.
and It if up to them to gtv* U
F'.ihiu decent and unsellable ser-
vice We are faced with the issue
of rawing capital. There are people
l work today, there are wire*
i'>n.pany men laid oft* because people can*
(o? .1-. "'"" '" l
ba ,,:- |..,l,o -v ln. l,i,l, i
"SVi"'""""1"".....
ft. .'V':,,,',:!".',' ,- Indu,rv H..np.rrt
pauUtun would i-nw'Sf" ,"i ,C"rr,n'!"''", h"5 "*5M
cor..,,, c1.uk, in .RVbiII. EuT tS "'* '"", """' ">'
u nol mum Unl,l v. ''";;'"' '"""
,,m~ .he company .,ul'd'y'u. of .
way. and
Capital
lOUfetfuL with the
- paaaed In
;
Commander of
A.W.I. Station
\\ ill I'av \ isil
ft hen bathing
your dog . .
- nut auto > umymuathrUc
the matter was successfully dis-
posed of from tin- point of view
made lo the CTV??
Mill tha rail of tha necessary
.
raiffna .ViV^ri"
i UTvat they
Same In I'.S.A.
Mi a S Brj km nid iu had
been informed bv a l<-
'" do with Pul II
in- in America, that thai
m was also suffering from a bottle-
forlunate that the ncr duJ," rni|ar dtiTlculilet,
English Com- Hf,n "" unte said he realised
needed it
island need
said.
Mr. Lucie-Simth said he had
great sympathy for the coi
Id not feel in hi*.
th-i tha) win-
"<>v icUva Hi tba lutar
it
npany
Noi Cornel
Iti-pi.Miig to tb* .
1 i thai froii the point of
aw of demand Mi Lucle-SmlU.
us correct, but he was not quite
I in assuming that the
mi Id aat all
in Fngl.nd b, |uai fSTu^lnlo
-taw the ins- prospectus which the Mnv nd thr ,
company issued and the informa- H7|lu; TJrrr
) had to give, and hCr
he would assure the rneetlog that
he never had any conception of
ad to go
through to ralae Ireah capital.
We in Utti laUnd ban i
the
from," Mr. Cuke ",mPany
But PVbatCVei happens, I equipment
t tbeee ""dTjiig it.
fnui ansdnaa running- Survey Needed
thai you could get any big Hon Mr Hunte laid ih. wen
. matter wai still ib- the company could g*t from tho*.- If ll were hi'own .wivatP 1..1.1, pwnriwni 111 irini
.
legal people 1:1 Kngland. generating plantl M. hail UDder- aifnculties he would seel 1 ' flH' Wlcr (iiahl\Mi
10 f!wS?rfS!(lllg H*" h>d l400* me,n". rm*VJ?.io remedy it Htghl bun iMci In BngUnd ll
Hi' .11 I IM'U l.i-ir Jfl '
mi i i.nu: on lha CortaBbk
' --<- .. ------ miiini
were not "'*' -"v company could nol get
new generators for about two
"" *,ld suggested thut two
lO the IJi-
reetors to tell th(m of UM Ptalini
<>t the Ch ii.erca and
.it... ,,(
the present ganaratoii in Barba-
dos, and what could be done In
m Into -< nriea Thaj srant-
Mh.ieone come out to go
in tha factorial and see what could
be done
Lunc-Smith was not salis-
AltltlVlNC, in Bai .
: na --'in
l-IKl.l) which Hie\ his rlag. will t.<
Vice-Admiral ill W lllta
D.S.O
ii-r-Hi-fhief of tt v
llHUaa Station
IV tan U


.. Ml K C It l> S
IK- was born on tha ird Nov*m<
, iHt-tl. and went to sea In IV
1 H M s CA!
at and
ll tha B.ittle <>l -
I
tha ii.
in 1910 1 in TV
sftl l
KM I
I
nliil.nutvi A
tod I
I
U
ha .i-
I Defi
; 193K
outbraah at 0

In cosnmand of 11 M s aiih
bai ! 1
Joint Planning Stall in the W
et Ofltci In 1 i
HI 10 IMI < ptain Andrew 1
P.C art JONES, attached I tin Spttghtttown Pol UOANDA m
;.,- avi -I rrom being droM ttianUi and latai took pan n

. took part in Uv nvi
.. who can fwim, found the tide too hard tor him Ital) and I it oc*
madi Cobm Mton ot
. M ting ilahad laraii
Motor Couch' the property of Ibe Oenerai Omiiil>ii
r-tnt type of bu- now hrins. u>nt in pitrhado-
l~iy,
Policeman Saved
From Drowning

use -i-i* 1
'TetmosoV Soap
tog HUM RLAM'NS 'IcIHIOM)!' Siup vontaim
' Tetmoaol', j -.ale yet poicm in.JivJincni whuh quickl\
kills Hc*s Hca aad ottan ikia pean
The Soap in ot tha haa*aaH quaUtr, plcs-antlv perfumed.
and agreeable M uac Ii il non-irritant and non-iniurious
to hut', man and domcMK- ami 1
'Tetavoaol' Soap van encasarajn ihe growth of a
healthy. BJfaBrj voat
TETM0S0L SOAP IS AVAILABLE IN 3 02. TAILETS
A prodii.t m laapanal < benucs rltarmaceuuosli ^^^^
I Mnttcd / IC I
A s Mr..1.0 A so,,. Barbadoi LcdaAganti
.bout 100 yards out to s<-;i when Vin K
.if the Astnr Theatre, and Merlyn Babl
!i*-d him In a m
A tittle boy
Civil Semant
Qualifies As
Barrister
11 le the alarm
- seemed to be 111 dllH-
1 Kuhardsun got oars
Rupert linen llfl
After Jones was tnken up In Uw
. that whan he n
1.?. to htni in lop
I1SJ .n;.lllisl thr
1 oan-
ID Ifl ||t b . \ A in
iwi Captain Amu.
tuff O0
Commandar-tn-CI
i 1 '1 ttO, 0| thr
r n ai of the N
landing v t thai work Uw k
aialj piaaaad to app>
\ 1 1 Co
of tha Mllltarj ?
: i ,.. .
1 m BHUafa Knipiie prom IU
fHi he was Chief of Stall
Hit;
Hon
rompany would haw considerablp kilowat plant b;ick from IWll ihe EkTtrlc Coin-
lIU 1.1 raising fresh capital Mr Cuke said that the state- pany should have lakm tOCh
-. EogOand if iho Public Utilities inent had been made that Sprint steps
nil II- III. pmnnpl VI.ill hi.il arnaaall.._______J ___ aTiT
Bill did go through in Its present Hall had gen
form. What would happen if it plained tha
ind
1 amended to meet certain
ditions was left to be see.i. but the
capital would have to be raised
anyhow
Win 11 Hon. Mr Cuke again re- tiansil from. Ihe United Km.
aaas tared t" Qovarnment'i refusal to dm.
I,.. K

: 10 fi.: wan
... ntatovi
I ',1 . iirn
1 f.n .( 100 faro out to
1 d Ui w tght u Uw ) 1 ama
Tin- Jon in mi nl ;
.1
(Adn
lalatratb
tap ciittf-n! Iioir. one p|jnt Into
anethei
Mr Hunte piggaatad turthet
that there were plantl brana-
fc, forming current, and Mid U,u\ In
No hxriiM- view of the fact that the Bketrii
Company could not get gen
He was nol making any excuse plants for iw.. v.-.,,,. , posalhb
n.pany It was a fact ,hrw.. ,h,.v shouid lrv l(l -2
rSrSTn "StLZSP ITJZELKEk \*<* 1 *> aitwind to tha within a month o.'two".'lie'..greed Woal Indian BtudtnUf \u
t. S2&.S*2&JL&& a-nd '"> owneri an.i 1 biwavar, that tha eorapanj arotdd I
rrent for distribution hesitate to Imootl m..tiditn.nci H.- n|d that lh Unloi
second hand plant except to tide to taring togjgthai ttn" soclil and
nryoan explained mat he ,h(tn OVer a dim.ultv educational purpos.
from nil |.,C- of 'l v
nd artdwi that it |s al0 uetlvoty
tin- parmlaalon io thr 1
to Import plan) la itM2. M--.
[*aeock said that on one occasion
he happened to be interested in a
company which realK | 1
ganaratlng plant at the time, and
i' or four
'....mil hand 1.000-kilowat plants
rthuh could have been shippe id that he went .i> to
1
in SeptemN 1
1951 and was oaUod to the Bat n
November of the same year at
Orayi Inn
While ui KMfdand, tie .i at one
Asaistair. Scu.1.1, of H
id wortted auUa araU, the [^
company would have had time to
overhaul the old ones Ml _
II was not quite fair to the com- had been" informed by the stall
an the facia were known, engineers of the companv that a
that they did not make pro- transformer would cost in the
tha pl-.nl vuinitv of 1,400, and WOUld only
It was not quite true to arrive about three months abend
lulta aaa the of a generating plant All thoaa
l>l^,'c,," >" maltina poinU had been gon, into, when
any public staiemmi
knew that
..- years ago anothei
.5 ry,b1"' oflered to help the cot
OJfllt* The Elec- Mr Hunte said they did not f. el
n>aa not opposed to ,|,at 1ni
I'ulilie S.-i-
A Steport
Mr. Cuke gave the meeting the ri1(,.rilll, rtlIh nny ptobU
!".-r h'"",l', |,Mi,i,,1" rhk* ATaal Indiana nav.
a leport of the discussion which ny,, ~-j_,j_,, ,-
brought out tx.lh as regards second '"'" "eColtnial Offlci II
hand machlnorj UM the other "'' "npori mt purl 111 bringing
question which Mr Hunte had ;....." ItlUfananta racenrlj u n
cimpany was putting raised Having prepared the re- dispute lielwren the British Coun-
effort Into solving the prob- port aloni thoaa Una*, he would oil ind Coatnlal itti h
- i.ueie-smith queried fat tnombara of Ihe Chamber see r rot......
r i .

.....ran cagrier INIXiMITAKl I
1 hi.-t 1 Btafl to tha Con
bulding PortamouUi
1W7. ami In the mrm real a
imp to 11
Majesty the King On flth Jam
Hi 1. B Walthi Durtrld Seoul l "* l:,]"''*"'"'
. Pen: .' i'""j-"-'' "f""*0",
ihe Socret 11 10 J;"' '' s' *
uch with some scouts of the Dlred ruj si.or of tha Imper,
Spei^htstown and send them to IVfeiue CoUoga In m!i hg a
.,., Hi baach to warn made j Coinpanion >f the n ..
irabla Ordjai ot Ihe Bath
along .1 out Prom iso to iim Ri
. t there '! I mlral Andrewoa on
pifth Cnun
Waa Si oii.l-iii-Cotiiinaiid, K
Tha Ban Station On the outl
f,m (or 11 n -mil l-ivs who .,
"hulilni .. torn of kilng ro .....ni| ,,, ,h(. ,illhs( comma
-hcv were haiarda wii,|(i Km.ii<(
irt i-.t.-i ha .
Included some W ships
Stales Navy Km ti
Rear-Admlral Andrewi
ujalnal uw heav) King, and waa awarded the 81I
n tin re was the Star '
for nihermeii " .' .,
vice Cpinmi'siini NobOlU antlci- i,.,,
IMtalnefl in whither they had approached fi,"gnoraend it on"to tt.. 1. ad 1 1 ants and the aenei |
would Government or Colonial bovalop- because he knew that they
ment and Welfare for a loan worried, and he knew it waa not
Mr laUcie-Smith argued that it tnif to say that they were just .it-
was a question of the bread and ting down in England doing no-
butter of the people, many of thing.
whom were out of work Tl vssohm
the BUI the company Mr W A Atkinson asked II all I h- ! liturc students unions,
bad Dt-OtaaMd against, and opined the engines wer. working whether ;,(r rx-L .nniss said ll was tune Ml wrnpr " that th.
ihai the Electric Company, like thr company could supplv current 0,u. . .1,,. Knu||sh Directors come uts" c*lvel> intercste the Telephone Company, could to tha enttn l.ados and make "
.au.11- was ,,,,,;., SU1V(> 1|( ualnga H. :
! I
have been so stringent
Delay
Hon. K. it. Hunte enquired what
irf.
thali lumpi
Uh Chahanorr
nd swam out
M Itock
. Ihe President of the
1
abore ta the
ment of COndlttOI
was agreed up-.n al a meeting held ww 'h u"
last Augu-t between tha then Cbcs' n broad pu 1 of toard
Picnic Partj
. ,, ken from s1
Mr. Jamas Ortffltha, an I
:,
prompt
tO Vl.e-Aillllil..l
During the COUrae of hi
Admiral Andn
1
(19431 all.i UM Aloe, ., 1
of Merit I. .1 1 11 ., lei
II MS SHI HII I I
' Hi'. Aft. 1 ; 11 III., '
____ >l
" Admiralty as Naval Aaalatant
ll bathuiK beach "f Bpeighulown
"- Music, dan U 'ua and
lay an en-
have sent out a Director to inter- the view that f
m of the WKisia- not looking isjfftclaoUy' Into tha U1.,t' d that' were dime, things
turi priOl to the Bill ing sent mture. He said that at least one wouhi , | ...d U should r< n ,,rr am A'""' 2,i lMU"'- ',l," f* mf,ny.
down, and not wait until it had Director should ban out to the Director* ( *Ur lUMlS < ff f |{n;|f
been paaaed to protest against It badi 1 if new machln- that the Chambei of Commerce In ptcnlchoi pulled US II
Mr Cuke ronUod UM point ciy wrre ordered now. it would t,j,, u M.riou-. ftW, Ltot of UM SIMiHTLY after 4 M) 1JB ll'vw.wd* around ll a in and left
had been put that the restrictions be two or three years before more patti DUt of the immediate futuu u m... the motoi .1 M
imposed by the Bill would have CUirent could be produced. He said it was up to the ('. hurch
' '"''- Mr. G H. King was of opinion lo make rrprcntatlon b thai .... Hill, St. Joseph.-------------"
panys raising capital in England that a Director should bai remment, and aaked what new CoUafon llkl 84
,,,_,. oul f"*1 lcl ,h* Pu,bl'c kno_w,*ha* industry could U agtablllhad I!1(.k WB|, o lhe
fhenomemil was happening and show that they w|,h0ut electricity. roa(t
Mr. D. G. I-eacock Jnr thought were taking a real InU real "' Mr Inniss suggested that a
it a phenomenal occurrence for the personally felt that they were not mgy eOCDI
four engines to break down at one sufllclenlly Interested In whether p^med to . time and queried whether they there wai sufneient current in inj bring to his notice U*
the A'linn.'i Conunandlng
aptatn Bvarard
. 1 r ihe 11 M
KiKi.n. on Deoan
.....imd loned bai 1 *
vehicles
!.., .1
. place ( mass land -
88 Lam On
Colomhi*-
weie properl) Inapeettd before Bjibados or not.
Aubrey r^luards. an
of the car was taken to
Hoaptt
irii on to
Conault-
. E- 1 aUed ni to
lurti
thirty-alx-hour
trial run.
Crili.i-in
1'nfair
CIVII. SIM Ml I.
COMU88IOJS SBT 11'
(TON, 1 1
1 public
i- ri n
has just
rid hold pre- ji> to maas
Urauun'diacuaaaoM with a
taTaking the matter up with th. JU Chairman 1
Oovemor Appointed to the Com- Rudolph Campbell.
mittee were Mr D G, .l>acOek
othei "I. of tin road while a lOtlg
"' "nd lor-
ries v/as drawn up It Uh
t] trying
ruai
. ,.- too 'I an) i" ph
I
aulted
.
Ian 10 ol '*.i/'iink coloura
n
llh
ih
pol ill-
ness of the situation TI.. I -
Company waa controlled fn-m
London, and he lelt thai
Mr. Cuke said that sUCll iriti- ,hould he put forward to thi
' ernment to press the Elect 1
Hired the muting thai ha had p^y , lrv and do certain thing*
taken up the point will I 1 1
tors He felt sure that after his Committee
explanation, they mual mmmiHcr waa aubseqi
Mr D Lucie-Smith who nrat the fart that the company has 'V.".'"[]:'lmec,
a meet- mad. have powei ^ptQTrv diseussior
. bambar, pian:
..a-, 'ha. h^ did not l-ring the mat- rtblc set back of which he had
:,, up liticlse the spoken, and which was t>e-.,,u _"";''";,.,',:''^""d G U-.e .- k rUloi
. .i ;i.c Govern- their control and second.) "' " K p Hunte. Mr. T O Thotr,..
merit li. i ntcrested In th. < and We-.t ii nlvei lly Colleger. ,.
.. v; 1 ii.- :,., i acted mo Mr. Lcacock aske-i --------------
n the interest of the com- could
101 toe com- could he raised locally, whj
I le of Rarba- should they worry alniul the
001 The- taw in- Capital In-
creased current. ..n. and Mr Cuk.
equipment, or any attempt to lalse ha* spoken with the Dtrectora,
the capital locally and knowing their dlBaCUhaCa, ha
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PACE IK.IIT
BARBADOS ADVOCATE
IRIDU JIMWRY 11. 1M2
W.L Beat Tasmania By 10 Wkts.
Ferguson Bags
l\ I Oil I.I \4 II
Six Wickets
Irmn IIAKOU> l>ALH
SYDNEY Jan. 11.
Davidson of Team
opposition i" iht We.i Indirs toda) at La
Ma t: mvi\l them from complete i i ttatiT
opp,,, i ] 120, tl. WeH Indie* corad M wWh
out loss t. win by hi wkkata.
Willv I 'Kt "
\\ 1 I t K* I I I > I I I I
ha licit lUlfi 1 '
IP hi*
Worrell
I he I p-Grade

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|Ul stand-

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i
i
I trrtfKon
l*m I-,., .... b V.Mtln,
'i
Vilvaealr dr. Hull
m the

M- Dun
a Thursday, he will viaM
uniing t'i

Mi. Dun told tha Meet
.
i during Ihi
r.lj-ICt with the I hike Of
Norfolh who owne ana of largest
' i .'ll'lll.

during, lua ("i rean lit I
, M h in-
ner*, about 24 socothK
ihlrdi Mi Dun
.it uracllcaUj _>il the big hi

tea over 1

irnl in I hi' Cambridge*!!
Who's Who In The Br And
"C" Classes
Ranger
I 1 hM
lt\ Our Yachting Curre-pondi-iH
OWraBUKKESR^oluKuretu,
season after a real last yeai. Resolute Klpp red by ngd)
mond Burxe. is expected t<> aai) in tha Iii -
Koval Barbados Yacht Club which take* place on Satur<:. "ted and recoi
I n i be Intereettruj although man) j o"wnbySn
a tiers did not enter their boats on time. The vetCi lebut thi, season
ans predict itrofsj winds and heavy seas for the bettei |
of the aeaaon,
n..roid aid ka
I'ucks."
k4hi taajkaapi
red VJci
\ veteran oi

many i
I thi* seasons races and
an improved pet
' But Caraa, Did not
season as her ownei i
Hi ii,. i ( i nil* ii i
ha will skipper hei the Island, Anotla
i parted t<
Tnirteen boa
ill in the (
Bt III Ha. Tbu boat waj for-
aned by Die l..


in thai Clans and then
good |>erlornianre.
t I Imbbp I

I "f the Lightning CI*'* which made
her debut not give
e ai hei
C r>t Nan
will i i> Mai
Jm Proverb* and William Good- ear* m Tril
bca-.
0 HMITH (not out ecu and K. Walcott (not out I)
in veaurdar's play m thr flmti arlahal trial gam. ]
for the Los- Of two Wickets in thai* Bi-t inning- in
<> tha i ivilion tor th" luncheon inUrval
Walcott taam had then .corod ttl run*
i-ply to Hi Firm "! XI -<"r* of 330 rank.
.
thi.
Smith Scores 99
In Cricket Trial
i
..t
a chanceleei ',''
At. K
was the hi
final cricto I rie which is bell
mann
ins !>y which wai cri p Iron beginning to end.
iii- drove, out and fa k .... -1.' i m b end i
Mr. Uurr said his In-st inouiH .,,,. ,. n lh (.....
" "''.! cvere with the pa.-c bowler*. A', hall Irom K. MX Tin
ll cott railed "Olympir" tho |un, heoii Interval hi
which he i-tes .,- ai*>ut tha thini dafaaMd wnti w >
time tint he tool |
i (.,t 45 VelaanM ' -
a i |ai i-.....
: i m England
Mr. Durr had WOTd 0| l'i"
imi mi. WoUay Sin>th the ireiw i
tor Iho Duke of N^if
are about 52 horaea at thi
trained by Mr.
Leeal Kurini:
Caenur Brion <-<>
L|> A Notch
ST. LOVIg\ Mlaaourt, Jan. 10.
Argentine beat
Caesar Bnun. moved up a BOtOl
etiaUangerr tank*.
after hammering out a ill
b owei tiie pge-
viMariy unbeaten Weabury Bi
Bf tail st. tflu
night.
found anj i - Ue *ald th
luiyi *ere very good, con-
sidei Ing thai thej new r served an
ihip which if th
lltn ...rvl urr,t,ld
Mi Panm r* XI wh

BUI gl llw end of pla> on the fl.-:
I
q Bee bov/Ui
I
low boa tr Horace K I
uli the buk' ii
maid'
B
, ,,uiu i '"' runs.
singW k a meat
bowling with rv
. h hii .
.V .
from Lewies* to the legaide lor
three to put the too in so mln-
....... I--1
ufM mi i i i afore to King
K
. good u-iiath i< Id- <- I '
rollowcd
nialo. Atkinson and pi,r.
other batsman had three n-.amder of Kinu' over. Ora>ia.
I with .' tingle. At 138
ii,.1.1, r l ;"
,v, "in.,u. bowled by iitmen wtth lourth ball of rTorman Marshall'
BU Be hoping shortly to
nuln her 'v
B I alagy. Owi
n .
Burke, thi
has iMi.-i'


B.i ees^aie. Returns
I |
,p tbini ii
ad hi 50 afte- he aver-iges and in some rtrde
M for k nun- I a-e felt that she should hav
Bit mx fours. uon the Trophy. Han.
After t h e luncheon interval Will be :.l the helm. Last yea
jiwless bowling lag spinnvi Hammond too rJtcraed
OWlad l" Smith Who lOOlC '"' but eventually he found h'tn
ngla In the eeond ball. Walcoii "if going out three iimw i
When Mit>ra Blalr nnd also i
ib Mora wai i-1 WakoM played ccajkrais, Bajnineauf'
from King and v.. > bntbei Vmeant Burke. ;,i.
FBUOW- Marshall.
Atki iMin I bw B :| "*" Erk Atkinson (oinod Smith ^mik"-.i i,v .laek it...i a
.....ng w.th pldMd may not be sailing until the
- Appar-

Ihe lir: | i ..i < .,;. Ui H


1
r ii Hagwfci, Owi
1 I
C !" i

B 13 Manser, ou-mu and aklp- been repainti
icred by Btanlo]
f'7 Biur. \
. .-, |
Bia Whurd.
'red by Jim J a .
\ loenl reefng com-
pareg will wren >" "lu ,s"K'
other places, Mr Durr said he '
It will as good
I improve
turn judgment o( plgce, one of tha
pori
Despite the diaadvantage of not k l( ;,lld AlUl
< VUlg an appren' i
ruinot*, len ](urr nSought that the local
eys anticipated anti
hen ;it the ggti
Mr
lock-
well
L He. 11 n ntadi
-
Mil m.ii '! .f Unwell'.
over. An uppeal for leg before by
llowen for Kim; wai upheld 1 .
I
At the end of la] Ml K.
eplled wltb "' " '",;i1 "r" waa ISO.
iim runs (or the loan ot eight Mr. Walcott^i XI Hal
Pace ixiwie, Prank K of H
KHik throe wloketi for M rui
King was not t^o hnprt ,
ly stage but after lunth Walcott XI The first over waa
and
wee eaugn
eeond ifl
A i 99
m and (nine
i
i out leg be- nipay
n 170 ml
i' of the season.
Ptly Jack itUl
incldonl whl

\v-r oeaaaj one of th<
...
B" iTOgth) lor the bkal

laek
i
i part of the season bu.
;, >> ra.e lalei in order 10 qu..hl.
/or the ft'ontanac Race, He ha. hi*
eye en Ifea coveted
Trophy." lie will be launch inn
month.
IIS Mischlel. Thai i. owned by
loha Toppin Mil will be klppereti
hta son Stantoi.. Anothei
< i etch boat In this Clasb ami Ua-
.... fiMiieily keen
oetween herself.
vli i.iroi
Veneauela, has ihtd ro-
The t' I
iir-i day of plas eaay and gtvi'
1.1 help to the paoen but King
Rot one or two t.
circling iv/ay Mom hii
and linng punches
Bascoms Mvle wai Jual what
Brloo ipparei tl t< Whan ,..,,.,;
the fliiht ended, Baacomi face
puffy ami his left eye COmpt '
closed. Before the tight, iinon was
ranked seventh amonit heavy-
weight contender! in the latest
"Rfnit Maguina'' standings. Bas-
com was rated fourtl
gghw unong light-heavyweight
contenders foe *
U.P.
i t K Mom iho
U tl
K .
'
ten who wall ovee
iho ball. At the .,thar end Rudder'n
(Mht < "ins.
Smith co\ e I

Ural Ingdni off Mr. Ti >
Tha score was 28V lor ti Dei. ll for 1 and drove
to the Woet IndMe next took strike from gfenith Ml i M elao to thi
t'ollege upenlng bet)
played out an '
pin wai b Aikins liun tint

ored and iii his second i>.....
The PU]
Bascom's .supporters believed
that a change of Iscttcs led t ibe Mr Durr sgid lhat the Officials,
downfall ui the haid-pumhina; starters and everybody had made
Bgajro who sustained his Ilrst de- h|m ,. miin eomfurlahle. ami
feat in 14 :hu. Bas- he waa very hsppy to ride omont
com. 180 ixmnds, previously hint mc,. bunch of bnyi. He has been
employed a hit and run attack. ^ Impnfs i>oae4 t.
1 etui n
ika sen In the next
' | .. Ii nul.i.l
i;." ing li mi Veat I
the Uj M
aid HaaMh year owners OTO
j i bettoi type <>r
fOr I I lotkev
mjghi tx- uught to laga pan in
longer distanced racee. whim
OUld '-liable them to
m more There ire twe
Mr, Dun
Ior I
Mta pulled ii i
WEATHER REPORT
YESTERDAY
Rainfall trom OodrltiRton nil
Tout Rainfall for month to
date. .01 lu
Highest Tempfiatiire Hil-ft F.
Lowest Tcnipeiatin. >
wind Tekciti imir- i~i
host
BaromaUr ("'ami 30 o|..
|3 p.m.) M4
TODAY
Sunrise: till a.m.
Sine-' Ml l>''i
Moon PtnA Qii-vi i gaaaary
4
Lighting: r.00 p.m.
High Tide: 3.47 in., 2.22 p.m
Low Tide: f h. in
15 Chosen
After play had ended yi
i clay of th
lafcet li'sl name it Kensington,
bo n.iib.Ki.s Criekal Bolectori
ihose 15 players from which the
nfth. The 300 m
minutei ol i i > > end lb
llrst mail-- down '
H King to Lawk* When 1
d raw hen BOfl '
to pull the fourtl
Klng*i Sotfa over gave Smith ..
.. ti. Thi- i
sent down k . Frail Kin
r> pt.
.". Opel
l b) King.
M i Hoi ei 4 \
eof I i i \._. ,. ,,'",
t ...ih.tilo-
lay Jan
ilonial
gton,
Th. II playen i
(Police),
Wanek i ii
K
ii be
Intar-
Tournanient .,t
ire W A. KniiH
E. Atkinson
linker (Em-
it (Spartan) I
i EO MM (Com-
a Heuw iKini'i > i i
llnnto (rnpira), it King (Km-
t Km- (Contbei BO I
ball (WanderiM- Q
(Wandareis), C. Brauh
> i. A M. Taylor
Pickwick and C B wllhaau
(Carlton).
\\ lial's on To.la
1 10,00 i
Court of Appeal and Police
Courts lo ini a.m.
rolice Band play* at Di-tn.t
B" Mtation 7l.il
Briti-li Coiuii'tl film nhOK"
8 pm.
Molnk- Cinema 'how at Lain
nuiiK Pasture. t Josepl.
-8 pin.
: i In hi
Ittl and Atkln< getting] a
thar end
Will ed down
. ovei which
In this o"
gftor he I l<
\ lc IB

Mtf 5720, r.
'' .i Kbagle I
V I,
I irbed Km/ was brought on <;
pdn uitii the core at go to f
A. Oft. WaUfieU gOt over an in- ,
-winger and pushed
'ly lot
over before lunch
trial waa 84 for the loss of tw> ,
Ith Smith 60 ai
by Frank Kit
Grant scored 10.
Smith tint
11 latwless went
Smith but when
. was rIvi
fore. He made his ..
aj eg ,.1.,^ ,i out thr i ilntnd an in
it'i iiirt. formerly owned by
.ight b)
the ball on the lei Dr KUkCh, Itl praBtnt own.
I III Ihl
of
lowed. Ml rear, it is
A rising bail ., ralrly new boat but wai eery,
. I truck lawless ami I
in and HI Moyra Blair. Owned by
ball he received from Convnodore J H, wllkbum
King wi ' ppered by h aoa Teen. Mayru
thi re at ltd off tha old -A"
iuns for the loss f Hght wick- class boats. She won tha AM three
M in the "B" Class last season.
'inlitioneil
BI Rascal. Owned
- stoute. Rascal is
i of nirt. She
Unbound p.'rform;mre Ifl
:,cing one of thi
off tin el-.
B * Okanl. Repainted and re-
oondltinoed ,t Burke's Bench
M J. D. Chandler
I : ,. ,
I'urke. Another of the "Id "A"
it- and shows excellent
Form i" very hard win*.. Crew wil'
,nd Mrs. J. n Ouutdsai
The scores :
no pAaantai uiat inm

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ii KtnK
,ir.
i 11 Km
b nuwrn
1
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Sm M I lor IN J
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for 1ST. a for *. B l 311. 10 for SU
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i n a ti 4
11 1 TS 2
- Onffliri lb
To'l 'lot Wt '
i rot 101. lor laa. a lor tat
I tot IM
IWWl ISO ANALValB
Does your Roof need
Painting t
Then BOWRANITE iland forget it.
>r the best prntection against
Unit and Corrosion use
BOWRANITE
ANTI-CORROSIVE PAINT
Goes Farthest Lasts Longest
One Gallon will cover 7001.000 sq. feet.
Stocked in RED. GREY. BI.Al K
In drums anil tins of Imiiennl Measure
WILKINSON & IIAYNES (0.. I/ID.
By Jimmv H;tlo
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