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PACE i K.IIT HXIHIAOOS ADVOCATE TUESDAY. JANUARY IS, 152 Three W's Trounce Tasmania Bowling 3[ w \Lcorr: WOHKELL: WEEKES: 186 160 66 HOW I I It it mil IIAKOIJ) MIA) SYDNEY. Jan. 14. IN A HURRICANE OF HaTTlNc;. the Weal IHCIKV tl rec W's came back into form at Laurie* when ihry iimMiisil the Tasmnman bowUnfl t" the tune tit 4.{i. for tin* Walcott hit it tremendous IN but esen so was briefly outshone VS arid pulled to < 00. miwi ni ite %  swept h %  BON to 1M" Mil Altogether it was a triumphant day. anil rinse* hopes of ;> ((real victory in the PIN LVdoe \\ in I si Golf Match Against TMuil .golfers have started mad con%  G.if Club match wa> the Ibur-baU i>csi ball p with HI aggregni.' of 15 • %  not yet in then %  ground ," -in | rnr golfcra wi Messed very UttlC Kind I (oaring, %  -( mtiitntitii I \-*\M\ HI -I IMHI TASMANIA I.I INNINC* i i. IXvVlK'' M>r>i*f4aai run •( <..,..i i ir>uv> *NU ni -i fviniM I. %  %  I :ini| K. Iluntf tn;.i .,nl 1 tktrl \*IA1.Y*I Tl,..rn B. Wybrvw and K. I Cotlkas '''* i_ M to win match without i m,,. For this match th< three point F Morgan Mrmi . mod* i n pbell and i %  J Gollard __ i hi i in the i the t.f UM ninth hole Un R wlleon The other ladles game—Mrs. Hi fnlvn and llrs. Hi 11 i *dos again*! Tnnua Hrl J Ueatmi and Mrs nidad took 1 ktrokc-s to epfW Hyde 'Trinidad, crniw -<• Icstfthe free i. HmJM also led ip at ths end ol I the singles will be hole Ifjaintl U %  Trt nl dadian peii | Jamaicans At The Nets The thirteen Jamaica player. turned out for practice at 2 SO p.m. yesterday. TtaSJ I | •h!ng> .... i the eral conditions. Pace howlers Stan Goodridge and Roy Miller gradually worked up some good pare OoOd* ridge moved the new ball outwards and cut the old ball back from the oft. Miller'', deliveries gained con— ikterable Ban "fl tha pitch and • ii to a good length. Of the batamen the crowd pleased with the easy grace of 1 h -n|tU>, WEST INDIES CAPTAIN JOHN OODDARD bowled l.y MllW i on December 31 last. 'Jl in the Fourth Tet in atelboi %  England Win Fourth Test KAMPt'R, India. Jan 14 England defeated India today :. .tttf nki'i In the fourth i i i lit tour and th 1 i he gartea. The I I drawn and one remain* be | I winning posit i" poon iMMM the last thrIndian bat-inen thi* the addition of 32 in This left England for victory and the* \ off in li.nKi tin i I All VHI.. Hilton's six for 01 In I India's second innings gave him the match figures of nine fo IM I Tom Grevi tH of BW TO England runs. The llnal scoreboard read England 203 and 70 (M (WO, India 121 and 15B. —'CP nng for djffOUl in favour A WI\M:II Hi Ho Disqualified In First Regatta (Bj Oiir XacktfM ClilHl|lllSll| oad " h h,s gP" 1HI HI I. dd| by Fl ink Proverbs v,huh returned ;/>•; Jj 1 ,,,* !" In meniK 11"^ season was ver> unlorlunale in striking Ui „, ,. „. ,„„ lr Al Umlav when the 1902 yaelitui.. Mason opf-'M ,. i... R.B.Y.C Regatta -ihe %  Mrted first JJ.J H I % %  • %  %  << by hai Mm Dooal mm hpj^r uS qualified. She Hid the three Inns in two hours, 1U u nutus arni ; v i. acond whllo Rascal, skippered by George Stoute, I DM was one hour. winch defeated her. did the race in two hours, six minutes %  "> and 44 seconds. Perhaps UM DMSI intcrestitn: Mouto uaSCi hi< Rood gtKxl ai R/igue she kept ahead of ., the "D" Class. Resoluuihe others. !) % %  : tuna fo* UM racj must take thli opportu&H) In Uv "ne hour. 39 nUnuteg and SO oottact a statement I made Sunday. Hurricane, skippered by it to a Seagull |an Gab tlOfl. Fit" I %  I'ete: liu KJi li | ivter's place 1 would was racing. Thl Ihe start .ept to ace Gerald ,-j bar ffow %  tertlni on Una I ng with Rascal fa sad of m Qannat maavas not imjntinnnnii| and even <>nt ail tha **] mind In I %  overtake four boats and .r he wanted to i doubt whetim ,.>-.. I when Di i I'at Fletcher i ii minuter mif flu wind was WO uld have allowed him to do y> n' ol hat favo She -lid the lt tha t stage. Mischief did U< a odi tiom. SR ndnutes and 41 seemds. This late iteii prevented HurnMagwin. skippered by William iam r came fourth. Madness, skippered h> 'Corfcia* 1 ilthough making her debut, was WOO BbjO did the ran' beat hi Mi it"In one hour, is minutes. 3 saei %  %  .i tune which was bettei lh.,n some in the Intermedia* Few HlflM EalfaJhely poor." Tuai was Ihe way In wbleh reference was S fj termedlate Class. •t thai thr rarmg Was |py qunlilled. leaving three Ivan Pi rkini skipper of Ed %  txtri Htaty a %  .it Van Bdrll did the Due. db> ,nP hour. 21 minutes and 42 *e~in the i nils while Varaooas did it in U secnr RUB AWAY THAT PAIN THIS QUICK EASY WAY En|oy the hospitality, comfort and thoughtful service which have mads PAA "first choice" of veteran traveler* the world over. NEW YORK Noo-stop s.ni, < %  by the luiurioui "El Prniuente" or via San Juan by yopuUf. money-uvUm "El Tuiuta" EUROPE Regular service l.v giant douhledecked "Strato" Ctippci*'—world's fastest airlinriB to I'sru, Roma.. ttopoven in England, Usjano. 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TUESDAY. JANUARY II. 1KI BVRBAIMiWIWKATI I IIKH: fcv^A^ u ,1,1 uTI "".' hi Ktuiw Rtivd ni.'V urfrhciimiik %  th.-. and psu*v >• and umtul iumia. bod*, pimple* and comma* U d.wrd.r*. Clark* • Bl.'.-d Misuse* t lp IB |H*rti> ihr hlood. dmMI lh* y. %  am* hi rciitrine n-ml health. POOHOn*** % %  • % % % % % % %  % %  % % %  • % % % % %  • % %  'Door Opened For Higher On Probulioii PdT 'Hud' l-ani:ii;i:: %  SeoweU L.S. Sugar I'riec Mr. G. D. Griffith. Acting PoUci Mai!i-str..t kin tin pMoa anal be or good behmvLuui for using IrMcwnt IllgHMt on Hiillona Hill, oil JWHUn 13 j || UrColHn told the court thai UM defendant hi i %  % %  merited th.it n %  %  Uoni foi lutnfl nod th,. door, but Ladortnt language. by Ui.hinge*in clc, i a sharp n,i ri'JMTarpauUm Stale* '' • let . NEW YORK adopUd li. mi, %  AIM, II An .UlboriUUV. ;„l„„„. ,„., l: M '•''" i %  ... ,, ,.„. -Dunna il uJhJd i„ llincha.t fc Cp.ny. "" M ~?L."'il" ."S." 1 "' k lk ri ,. ,„„,* W hlch tinl V' ' 1''. I''", I*', l,'' '•> u '> -1 '" ••-,!.•* will, u K-..,I.„„ '""* %  "> '" maintain Hi,i, Tliui.,,.,, .„„! B r William IJIK'iiiJ'ili *-'Iv.,..|i thiprice ,,f 11 is in? prupvri %  Men BMWff •""' "" %  '""""' hip i omptnr, and Raul Knagp, C 4 "* "' %  %  '' during inc % % % % % %  . product .,( M '.'• _,„,__ ..,, il ,! w,„iiu aarva '" o !" **'ls5 mcmili lli"I>ani. 1M H I i i. IaU. .1 I .11 W H>* C %  W m, M UntU. Jt ! *t "il-HetirirKliiii. J nraytam. ) Hi>ba>>n. U Kin* K.I,e scon, D i>< .-... J 'v. I F M. : ...< \ • % %  %  I .... i I.^II. r p>u. •in. r. i.*M >* IU*I*.II iiTOciic ft UTTwlr, IL Taorcl, l> Uoucn. J. Itokfeui. !" i' I-I in.. n Banal i li P it. %  ..Iixuli Mm •*mun tugh r lrii* H * f"f 1 UntaM •Imta btxauM luti orru t nt by ln.-petoi i ;i. % %  i %  %  I.-, c. sjrtinm-i agftlMl Carlton Browi 57 oaMi par B tx %  w mi %  %  Dooi the level ifquircd to be conon a charge vl murchtr'nK Norm.i sidcred in making th no*clearly pfarcd for I i thai cost* ol producing L. A Williams. barrWer-at-law M and sugar carat as evifor [„, defence. The hearmit of WWOd I %  LndOM "f piict-lhl ( h;uge w;i& adjourned until pay and other dat;i have to-morrow it 10 ;i.m when fm thtlv that .ignincant evidence *ill IHt-ken the — IfU SHREET LAMPS v I rum IMir I iof the Veslry strongly \ %  Letter by the complainant WB* VoaU) upaad \ i.pi> in ihe Bectrlc Cotapan] %  taUng thai lb*] bdlMd increaeTi itliaj put up which prlCCI <>i iaw and refined would picvent street lamps from art tHKoaaar] i" reflecting on the road rot the r.|uiibiv m.unu ectmg ,. iat in*. |.in.ii, i 1 > %  and %  %  %  EXHIBITIONS AWARDED however Rlggl %  %  hart me rcrtciH.n troa traaj aibletl it rtwdent. that person WM room '(rolfito' Diw Jan. IH riomarho sugar industry." The St. Mwhael'a Vi Accordingly, .i neaaiUve allow-t^.i „ K yoatcnUy lllled tw l 40(l.ono short inn.s, raw rahiO, vi am et which occurred at Ihe hi made WJ I • e tlin! Li ,, l|(1 ,.• : t \ lt ., m <(l st M T" %  "rarni.ii %  ,uoates that U.S %  ufBi ti 1952 "ill th< :.;..' in %  write-• c fT'-ct 'n^o ton* ol tans T I Mill eft. & evei %  l)ig i i ..ii crop. :ie foroca %  < 11 l more, and *h,. H crop." I area* which mnply ihe tad She will be leaving f %  . to .fternoon for TntOOJ The PMOCh S^ kn-'.-. DOBCub will DJ I ,000 'e %  %  •" facing the Advtx eMKiiert to M 'i V tunes & ton.' ol uga r to dispose of in ihe Circulatir.,) Dep a nmen1 for Co. Hi! .nil from f/orld m.nkrt |[e r annual world B>0 Trinidad l' U sail for market salts usually run to -nly Thai Kngland. nbbut 2.000,000 tons. —B.U.r. n,e U Q iaOll %  ma here from Soui1 \dvorate \. %  %  TII.IV. M..H1U* H> Girls' School. %  •.-. i 1,111 Tin ..*uin, wire mfHf* i""" Anita 'tin 1 Ihc | ; rdod to "" iSe Vaatry, and Kxhlbltions tu B. Hows A KUiK. I>OUI of whom are already the School, and wh" were The next two m line on IV fffasef lllocke I £10,0OQ,d06-THEN UP COMES OIL vesterdaj k blocked haU of th.. road ana broken bottle <" %  atrawri om UM other half of UM I Som e cartons conwlning empty two-pint bottles slid off the lorry. The jlngliui; .rash" Ihr bottle mad* as they struck Ihe giound alarmed people In nearby offices The broken pieces of boltle VOrfl BOOB removed. Srhoom'r W.HvkfMl On Hiiiit:* To N\ i'sl I cd ifUONUt'N A t>n> schooner Nellie ll> water loputed ii ba lha kaat al u. ,i laj uliOai thing, a/a i .If the coasl off South Devon b) one i>f id.., ..I %  Brlutm for H year5. The ship. \ four woman and firl aboard going to the West Indies if take part -o .t rUm. The Captain's 17year-old daughter and n scuman %  re baUoved tj have |>ef>n tlrowned, but Ihe re Crop MASSEY HARRIS TRACTORS '*;',•.'.-.:•*'.•.;•,•,•.'.'.;',• .; %  .'.•;%'.:;•. %  Altl'IV AT %  le > w *. as Isaa miiliii. \> % %  %  n.n'>' '•" •ana-* *J "• nai. 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r PAC.F FOI'R BARBADOS \DVOCATF TIT.SDIY. JWVARV 19 IM1 BARBADOS ^ADV r OfrfTE i...< Bl. IIMIIUII TVaaaggrjr, I ..nii.it \ 15. 1952 PIOM I It WOIIK LAST Saturday the London Daily Express commented on the resentment which manufacturer <>( the United States were feohnp against the successful invaUntish bicycles into the markets nj the United States. The next step, warned the txpresk. would be the imposition of a heavy tariff on British bicycles entering the United States This, commented the Express, would be quite proper because home industries must always be protected against foreign. But the moral for the United Kingdom was clear. Britain could not expect In earn dollars by selling bicycles to the United States at the expense of American bicycle manufacturers. Therefore, concluded the Express, Britain should give up hopes of balancing her trade deficits in the American market and concentration the markets of the Commonwealth. The experience of British bicycles points amoral fur the West Indies. Jamaica. Trinidad and Barbados have all approved legislation to aid pioneer industries apparently in the rsopag i.f attracting capital to the West Indies from the United Kingdom and other countries. They are all finding that the passage of bills is m>t sulticient inducement and that colonial Income Tax Legislation does nut free outside investors from theoblgiations of the income tax legislation of their own countries. The position with regard tr investors from the United Kingdom has already been noticed by the Regional Economic Committee und by the West Indian Chambers of Commerce. It is indeed a very strange position in which the West Indies find themselves, and in Barbados the full significance of the position is only appreciated by a few. That is because the moral of the British bicycles entering the United States and competing with American bicycles had not been learnt before the Pioneer Bills were paused. Pioneer industries to be successful in the West Indies must produce and manufafeirfl goodl which are now largely produced and manufactured in the United Kingdom. Ef West Indian pioneer industrial are successful thay will reduce proportionately the output of factories which now produce those goods in the United Kingdom. Less goods produced in the United Kingdom will reduce wages paid by the factories which are producing less goods. And the British Government will receive correspondingly less revenue and income tax from decreased British production. It is therefore unreasonable for West Indian Governments to ask the British Government to lose not only the revenue and income tax that must be lust through decreased production and decreased wages, but also to deprive itself of the privileges of recouping that loss through normal taxation of companies or investors operating in the British West Indies. During the wars 1914-18 and 1H39-45 the British Government needed money so desperately that it issued loans the income from which was free ot British Income Tax to residents abroad. Comparatively large sums in those securities are to-day held by persons and companies residing in the British West Indies. Even larger sums would have been invested at those periods had the United Kingdom Government gone cap in hand {as the West Indian Chambers Commerce and the Regional Economic Committee would like their Governments to go to the United Kingdom government to-day) and begged West Indian Governments to exempt their investors in United Kingdom War loans from paying local West Indian Income taxes. It is not difficult to imagine what reply West Indian Governments would have made to any such requests. The whole subject of aid to Pioneer Industries seems to have received inadequate attention from West Indian governments generally. The islands do nut act together. but independently in their race to "get in Artt**: the interests of the United Kingdom manufacturers and of the British Treasury appear to have been completely overlooked: and in Barbados where the subject was first introduced in the Press with the specific intention of giving aid to known Canadian investors willing to build a hundred-room luxury hotel, a Bill has been introduced which gives no aid to hotels. A great deal more pioneer work is necessary if the Government of Barbados is to benefit from the Pioneer Bill passed last HOW CALMLY WE SAIL THROUGH SUEZ! From ttw liner Oreade* PETER DUFFIELD ninth SUM lo-day—coum on one thing standing consistent!' L-.ii The s.ic/ Canal IT— If tba 83ear-otd £5;.ooo,ooo %  %  red i our manning the small craft n> JI our huge all-white ii tirade yellow funnel. We hung expectantly over the chip's rails ** we glided into sight *( town. A bumboat rowed out to meet us The three dusky Egyptians ipondent Hew the Egyptian Mug. three white stars and a white cre s cent moon on solid green. On our i H .i ,; !" ivwli•. .ll-mh,!,Im*r nor *•"•"'* aa mi. iind-rargo link between Britav and more than half l < mon wealth—lies wide tranquuV rind triumphantly open. This transcendent Middle Eastern fact M almost obscured i icni Egyptiani aajptng sboottng and sabotage It emerges if you happen tn tourney aboard any of luindni nti-rnntional *hin* pi vim 1 %  I %  M< i ti i i %  %  irt Uiat bustnaai %  shlpj ijor paaacngei -( our hugf .u-white liner, our ralln tunnel. Sue/ i us for our plao irh. \ll>lrrilT W ^ an asoara toe orcae. Sht u oi itt.wu ions | ine ointeaa, snip Lu-aa> uMng iiic Lanai/ I.IU i.LII IlOI rum tilbury wnn • %  *<.. I %  : %  • in Brf I "Hylic Mrs. McPherson" shoutP-tjgjr tgg, ihioug,. .. rolling, rucking bay o.B'l ""'' K*yrrti-n "hOW much to. n-Chnstmai u-u.'-IVtsnip*Olbraltar, a wintry* e re not m A sellers' but a .imsiina* in Naples and a buyer* maraSH. JjJ aladiurranaan to gaaiareu) ggypCsga. a Biff) But if was Britain, Hnm,>i nil tHf urny. All di.y long small but BianUt%  ant symbols of British atfengtl) In the Canal Zone war* in gtrlna seraern of .he Di'caslonal Jet-ngnter ftll^eri through our porUholc As we moved from the Great Hitter Lake into the last lcng %  tntcll '•' UN Canal, our 28.000ton ship was "escorted." -.11 UN way in Sue/ b> twothrr-ton armoured can. the oral (waring two men. DM "nee men of the Hoyal Armoured Corps. lakian enormointy %  i punl moving la •• 'liames rock, we carried on a -muting match with them from mir *hip-to-hore distance of "fty ranis. Every mile or two groups Mulish Servicemen. mostly paratrooper*, gave us ex, i too aves or the wolf-whistle to tut HI W/\DOW 0\ FLttT 8WBST New Brains' Will Keep You Happy At Work By TREVOR EVANS ON the first day of the New Year I nomini ate my Man of the Year for 1952. I mean within Britain itself His name' Sir WALTER MONCKTON. the | UlnittM of Labour and National Service. You would have found it hard yesterday | i amiBMQtli ned in places where "en talk politics. All the. talk was about HARRY CROOK• 'IWR, the man who will stand in for UKCIIIIX at Cabinet meetings, and of •(It HARD Al SJEN BVTLER, the Chancellor, who is not, after all, named uffictallti as Na 3 in the Tory hierarchy. There are plenty ItBullerand tu pass on speculations : it perhapa U wasn't Churchill but Washngton-bound ANTHONY EDEN who urged re claims of Utility Crookshank against Amutinus Butler. Rut the Klory "' Cronkshank and the disi!j Barbados Annual Review 3/por copy Oil suit111 llli Advocate Stationery : VAyx/V/wv/w-v/ww.'/v.'in i^> omrnented <-!• passenger return, ng from his rettlval of Britain %  "u-ii'i all tht'lr wioet ssmafitn oii-ou from rhetn." gloomy thui Groucho's gag writer would probably write of it: "The old gray mare nostrumshe ain't what she used to be." Th.n we came to l*ort Said, Mediterranean entrance to the Canal. To anyone fanuli.i AS WE dreamed moodily ol ^L toothy. tu*k> elephants mad and -"Ui an ivory, of lo' uowdei lorm, of Jusi routine Y\7'TH the faintest swish of the Canal, the Oreadea KIItf i notion* „ %  pu—u., .-.,,... w, ..I,%  •ueace-time (or pre-AngloJ^ ^ ^ Qflw ^ ^ on into the Red Se. Egyptian crisls-llme) passagea vuaon4 | miirr „ l|( ,. an< | ,,f IM Sn| l^ UM itxth. ugh the Sue/ Cat %  I. I'm I i enormoush Less than six monthwere two methods of I % % % % %  Port Said. One was to walk ashore, see the sights, VIMI UM CJihuiets. comb the waterfront shops. The other, to slay aboard and banfl over the gbip 1 ralL shouting and haggling with swarms of Egyptian boatmen rn.inninK junks ladSfl with colourcarved elephants, fancy h.indhags, myriads of sandals, wi.tches, fountain pant, tarbusbei shirt' wallet*. DUI I " UjlaillHl %  IHIivad lealher-work aO dear to the UHlrist baart and %  > csenllnl to Egyptian ciontimy. To-day there Is no "doill F> l Said. British passenger-llnpr!HO lOngM ii'*-up nt the Biain waterfrontBritish paSSat longer go ashore. Onanelal col n.nrnt'\ .i> iinplilely "ruulmt *,.d io-day marks the begrimung !" L£kafa\lasS ££j!^*Z of an austerity canal voyage ,. H .,„. ,,., „--„.,., health and polite ••'view of U It is an austerity that affecu 1' ^ n>m>u* l "" 1 EaypuaM arc as normal. Ma>. I( .> ..i. tl ^H-..., ..... %  '* ne port town. Simon Arit, the ,,Tizi mnrm u ., t h nact |r. n m lack the passengers only shghtly ] ,„,.„„.,,,,,, jj"gJStoTbbou. P I'lir only special antl-sabotag< 1111 i'lecaution taken, the dosing ol £3.000 in .i single BabUday [ow*r portholes. Nblackmgmorning) had green -huttart out. no fliearms Issued. W. leave .i Canal where tht I BOp "ii vital bank is safe in Biiti.l i 11 nade. The i>.ilm '.i The daya i>f Porl frta, 'Woaeotno Btrangaa hlthai town were *ure|y nujnbtrOd. Ann so io No. t oiling barth, ni-i Insida the canal Maalfi where no FjV.i'llll 1 lllllll Royal hands, and serene for the shipping of all nations. Where Ion* lines of Nlssen huts and the individual pyramids of British tent.' lav quietly in the wintei sun vhah the Egyptian Army He* tnpolently half on one side of the the DUBM (0 hcl TO.ill WM Canal, hall ,„„. And slighll> .h..iii.-f;n-.-dU %  >a -?o !.-,.. ,.1 -% % %  -leave the groups ol British sol' escort our one ...i. irlrlna in Egvnt. rfffBN, the 100-mlla trip UlroUgh the Canal Itself. High oh OresiWa lorcmist we shout TN lucky people Hall vour lack — cltillans." World Copyright Reserved —L.E.S. Ol II HI All! US SAY: Ptlblir llrolth o rh MlNr, T'ie AawoMft 8UUMlu lbbeiw i lulive \o \iilitnutli*tiliim i heck on Communism In Malaya. Indo-Chln.i. and Hong Kong. To Tlie Edifor, The Advcat,— I feel suie Great Britain's conS1H. JiVith regard lo a suggestubutloti m the "war to uphold Iho tion I noticed in Mr, Cuke's JUSUCO of freedom-loving counBlood Donors in ,^., 1 „ Dtctrt I th,-.l 400 l'e" ref-.-rred lo by your comol the Advt>eale re^^ subscribers be added and -|>mW-nl >at lr..>l proproptlenab .gain ol Uie urgent ^ lhtdding ^ brought in, U. that of the United States %  may I be allowed space to say it's America. 1 know one Officer Who better to have 400 dissatisfied has been on active service in thpaid people in a community than British Army continuously slutshould not only give -> pint of >n blood to an individual patient but deep freeies ni -ii For ot fublic B.irbiMtoa. comprehensive achei Health education (0 misery __ars ago, dinners ruined when stoves went off etc. AgL*sSfijE£tni meat in a world shortage %  %  aw loti Mild You. sir. niost generous in BllOcaUng space in your paper to matters afTertini; public health. But UBlaM IhOf" why not try raising the money nail am • typbotd anra i,*,,nv (or no* uanaiallng equiphow rarely do we see tnfomtament, on a guarantee of 5"S tive notes or articles emanating interest and no nationalisation for from official sources Why Is 35 years. Surely the Labou than this lark -t %  PllgMan man l Government regarding such a vitally import(or Yours, R W R OLIVER (Col ) HarcUr-. St. Lawrrnce Gap. Christ Church. I2ih January, 1052. THf th,,n \ >,i-1111,11 nUact as health' Col Muhciin baa org %  M.-1U-IH l*ublic Relations ScrI depaitmeut time '" %  others u> follow Mi kwdl •A. R. SAN. 1 I lib January, 1B32 •Talkvn' Parkm'' To the Editor, the Adrocoie, SIR.—The problems facing uw motorist in Bridgetown haai n %  compamon with the algtUmare hazards met by the pedestrl;— 1 The Editor. The Adeocate— SIR,—1 was very pleased lien 1 read w*at the Dean had rtnd better use preached about last Sunday; the buikUng another 1st Sunday of the Epiphany. and technical schools. He said In part that even than In buying the electric comlayman should examine himself pany bearing in •nmul the fact and lead a Spiritual life In this ...is %  .-i-i. New Yeai espeelalb those art* in U.K. has Increased Ita ChargM In the past Year have not lived 10 |ha publref "P ,0 mark I thorouflhly agre<"ilh these remailu and mmlu uu particular stress on examining ourselves and making n fresh start. 13th January. IS32. Hritnin l/-i In hon-a To The Editor. The Adeoealc— llninany tltormighfare* no pavetympaUn foi menu exist and tn ptherfl tbatt „ltli 1* totally inadequate ie surface brokiii and um 1 am very glad that the Dean him laken this matter up as a Sill.—I toHv endorse the sent 1 .whole as it will no doubt, bene-1 ment of WOUf ..i u-s|>omieM who the pt^ple of this beautiful ,M..ie .1 lei :ei published in today's f nd happy island of ours, and Advocate 1 m devp ,m n| v *y to do this ANTIGUA CROP STARTS (Krom Our Own Correspondent) ANTIGUA, Jan. 14. VIGOROUS cane cutting throunhout Antigua over the past three days enabled Ugua Sugar Factory ofncially to : Hiding a bumper crop at 6 a.m. with aOO tons piled in the-yard. Pi pita • \ rssive rainfall the quality of UM juice is higher than at the beginning uf last year's crop. USA in unionism Ih Ke the *£!*'' istance of GodKorea. Thanking y uu for space ami eve'13 M -JS! c i ,ch lh *' rackets of the top State servants ? However 1 was prompted to e>e of all our people, rich and rite rou B rsell ... to mia has pe alike. To add to these arawbocks thi' been BBU "I fhe larg* contribution d the bein| mad. to th e ataM eaaaw -Stt^UagaWorthu 1 g rAYLOK Christ Church, Other morning in .1 ftrw yarns of h) Brtueh and lommonwealln ,au..l pavemeM .pace in a bus> rorees In h %  law IIIJ. hoi.pmg street were aa folio*group of the Uttei which Include •ne Urge dustbtm • fai.-s.ML > %  % %  made --P primanly Congrutututum* crate* Vhandcart. a lady seated the British array, wtth troops from i a stool with .1 trav of fru^t Canaoa, Autrah. India and New ; 0 „„. £d, tur ,he Adi, rtop and N.ck wheel en ' W ^ ."^J^, ** n Michael Combined irmled acro-w the pavemen". trtMl these count ne are in tnt ,lcbralion of twenty-nine year' I reTpeop -Tftting on paveme%  "W "' hwd muMe 1 wo,k ,n w ^ fou7 groups frmn tWO to tow %  %  %  '; r^^fn wh,fh h " reB,1 >' dded • "' Lennie^ Some with largo trayi ^^^LlSSto^taT^Saar. m tM u,eor ** co!" -"* -" *; their head, enryrn in tangtht * -J SfanSn^eSTS '^S^J^L a ^' C £? nd absorbing chatter. „ irl ,. Tlaa Mrnlral "" rk -"! d to fc"P %  choir in Uain%  we. was recent"'' ^'rT^?^? y Wr> r qutw -.xccutive has asked passengers to raise the mrests to give an extra seat a side in the impartment. Some irate passengers who have paid a tilling for a reserved seat have told the UthorltlN : "If we share our seats we want 11 or part of our shilling back, according > how tightly we have to squeeze." Imagine Solomon, the Rebate Inspector. .-'iipsiiii; along the full length of the Manunian with his tape measure, handing out l-.ps announcing his judgments^—penny for :i small child, tuppence for a school boy. up to a shilling for the portly' types. The inspector will at least have time for his job. The Manchester-London train now likes* 3 hours 50 minutes-35 minutes longer than in 1939. INFLAMMABLE It was tactless SIR HUBERT HOl'LDSWORTII.' National Coal Board chairmanship Leatherclolh In Wonderful (nlours. . IDEAL lor inlrrior Pram rovfriii|!.\ piinci ( kiddies' Tableliips and (hairs GUARANTEED AGAINST CIACUNC Mil 12 MONTHS & EAST 10 kill' (LEAR! Da Costa & Co., Ltd. By ROYAL DECREE A Very Fine Sherrr m Rill M IIM Kl 1 Dutf Gordon & Co. f %  ''ilkers' 1 partt u> ^cll as car park* so that th with nnlhing Ix-tlpr \ I i. ... irrvenUna ibe o\srtttn Ihe nan I hnrk'trr and *< "n an i MAKK WAV PI I ASK Hth Januarv, 1952. I %  1 g r. pareevcrancr. and >nr Unite.1 State* for commanding ^ST^i-J^ q "' ace of Allied shlp-< ^'v >t-*m,nstrated on the 3oth tan Watct* last year. Deeember when the chourendert-u an exxUeni programnij ol %  be rOnetlaa that beautiful Chriitnus music at 1. iloln and rrance are Queen's Park which a Lively and maintaining a great number of happy audience thoroughly enl't;hting men in the Far East in joyed from -tart to flnlah. %  sven though in %  HKItESFORD DtTlROWES. :e spectacular way. by keeping 10th January, 1962. gives him £7.500 and £1.000 and discretion to use "up to £5.000" for corporate hospitality and entertainment by the Board ? My answer is (b). (c) LORD CITRINE, chairman ol the British Electricity Authority, who gets £ 8.500 and £2.500 "for the Central Authority as a whole" ? or (dl LORD IIURCOMB. wIn. draws £7.000 Of the £ 8,500 to which he is entitled as chair1 man of the British Transport Commission, bul has charge of £4.000 in allowances for 1 the commission as a whole ? —L.E.S. Xn.h.ir Buller Anchor D.vjp. Milk. Anrhor Milk Powder 1 HLKFSK-: Sloul |lls stoui gaga— t'arrs Craekei l.lhl :<• iwr Bollix IV l MT Bottlr > SI 4 p*r It" Tilt I Mil. K.XSY TO IMCIIHT: <>\ Tunicur ggdgkal Reel Irt Ham aalggal Moncole Suup .iulillier In tins Kruwel -I'l'miIn llt> PetM PoU Pea li-.il '. line Peas Asp* rag IH. Matuniuuae r SMACKS HI ixxi:ss I'HOM GODDARD'S n KUVEI



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TIES1UV JANl'AKY IS. IS! BARBADOS ADVOf \TF PAC.F. FIVE St. Michael's Vestry Congratulated On I nopposed Return C.J. Postpones Re-trial Incimmd Price Of Milk Of Shop-breaking Case ^mkhred By Vestry {.hmmitteee Appointed i RIVD Dean Ilazlrwood. Chairman of Si viday congratulate.! n : being returned UDOPpo—& tnd txborted tha %  %  • %  : and punctual duru.u this n M in| his congratulation:., the Chairman said that hi their return for another year was a token o( the confidence ol the public and an expression of Mlhrffrati •payttl in their ability to run the affairs of the parish. He was sure that they would continue to H 'xl of the community. for relief from Larceny Case Struck Out I I d Ihiil ill %  %  I ceed itn MM .: i m Mdl*j it often turned up MMBbtfl during tin A decision ot h>lu< M t-ffort ic> be Mr. QB. Griffith, win \ | victual, and extenditie Judges L f the Assistant Court %  %  i.' [w %  pro*of Appeal. Mr. H. A. Vaughan nd IW1. Mr. A. J. H. HanscheU \ i on when the Juditc> struck out n c*s" • I V.Mry. and lh..nkeo the Police brought again*! Errol. the Chairman for hla kind reWright, charging him wiv%  i mart a gold writ watch TI., • Method of making Magistrate htd dltml—d ihease I the various Boards but the Judges struck It on I '< inmittccs of the Ve try. through want Of jurisdiction. I member* are alThe complaint had beer. Mm for longer periods, made out. It left out. "... in the n.inbcrs not given parish of St. Michael." Mr George nullity, wa-. criticised by Farmer appeared on behalf of Mr. .1 N. Hewitt when the matter Wright. r>f appointments came up at yesWright had DOM .ncused ui meeting of the St. Micstealing the watch from Edwin Clarke of Sandy 1-iine. St. James. OB November 5 last year. Cbrke said that he went to the Koxy Theatre on November ." % and when he parked hit car he forgot watch in the pocket of It Whan nc he returned, the w .ten wag mltv '"" ing. He reported the mitter la "ie "'<> FVihec PC. Leslie Davis of the BUM Rock Sub Station who was Heailed to Inveetlgats tbt cam told ihe court that when he ail I Roxy the nluht when || Th* Hon %  • a Lord Chief Jasiic* Sn Allan Coilyraor* at Ike r 0 la *<• %  rday postponed the rrtnal of t*e caw i whtca T pJU'u. Clark' i charged by tha Police with akaay:-akiug %  -ivine of the Court ot Oiand Seaalsa la foi d nu-iiig the lory the Hon'Me the Cant JuUc said. Tii m to bar? been a retrial of this case ttalu aaaaton Foi % %  w decided that the case be poatpoued unit) the 'I.. ^f tbi. ccrt. *id — 'ail i* available for Ml | %  Ot await hi* retrial ui pri-ou. -Yon id not Uri.fore be called upon to tarn anyth.-. m Uu. cans Uu* -on Yon may go mow with thr thank' of lb* island for JGM -rvic^s. but far other ieaeaa which may arwo Una Court will I i d'cnnicri until Monday. January 21 | .oi A• tire Jury d-hb,r!-J for tw and a I railed f> agree w.'mhri *t> year-old Thsophilus Clarke t i leaking 'ito the "hep of Hy*I p Sl*mi*:v *ltnat*d at *!->d*ld' Road. at. Mlcha-I. on Jnti* U Counsel n lbs cass wore Mr. llmdaraon Clara? 10. lor tha aoctu.d a.. U r I rn!4 fer lb' Crswn. Th; caaa was heard before the Honblr Mr Justice O L Taylor Many Antiques For Tourists On Sale I'PI.U'ATION t> Mr C W Sputiun l tm prtO 1 in.Ik supplied h\ linn tthe i Mktl ml wu poatounaid wto UM mntti %  raay*i mMUng i f Uu Vi itrj i was ;ippx in ted 10 £o into khf BUttd with a VUr* i ndatlOaafl |0 tlM \' %  %  (' i i ol tinChurchwaj thtwo QunrdlaVH ^rid Mr. B A %  %  %  nllli i by Ci %  • hulk VESTRY ^LECTIONS fr.u I Si. Andrew Mr. s. \v Banjamin, M %  i'i. Mi G L i %  • %  A M fSfMr, Mi L D G ill, M| t. A %  Mr H .V Mambei oi th ounselled Ihe V%  ii,i advfaatt all avallabh %  nl \. f. C I vote for an incraaat on tho contract Mr. A | B vv A price • 'i tun of Date System Mr. Hewitt termed me preset) i %  %  uaihj roJaUV* to th*appointment* fell tnat appointments to the \ I Committal ab ..id Uiat ihajr all %  MCtad by the rale-payers o' and il m then dut> to MffVl H portth as well and a> ably ^ts Ihey possibly could. ,K '"' 'ftc S i-calhurt been m.d. he -k. M ,-,-.:,:. ..( imMiicaa done by the |m lnB nther wll( ., hei ,„. Ml( .., Vestry wa* through its Boards and n vii,int >1 teb and • %  m. and said that memWVlrhl denied knowinr i only h-vc an oppor,bo,.t .t H* discoverer tl tunit) to serve the |H*ople by using u ri ,,,,,rd Print of Feed Hon. Mi. V. COaf that a go i ^iiould ba ap|Kiinted to go into • i.iicfulU. and said that there m i the rafter a l|M Roy inmrwi'tfam he r brought i • i : .'ihinent when it came i DommatloM to t h < i irkw II M..I....I thai year after year br0 u K ht the case agalnt Wr>"h mbon of tno vartoui Boardi nd Ci>Miinittev> *ere relumed. 'hcrcfore felt thot such a dould not continue. He "iberoerved on i Commlttoa for five years in succession, it was quite enough. Uld mnior member.* should be Two decisions cf Police opportunity to kaun the (rate Mr. A. W. Ltarpai work In order that too} too might terday continued by the J their bast to the com(he Assistant Court ot Appeal. Mr. munity. He would tlieielore sugH. A. Vaughan and Mr. A. J. H hould be a change Hanschell. Mr. Harper hart g.vcn i the sytem of nuiking appointjudgment for Beatrice KB TOURISTS visitinc Barbados darlnfl tl> coming tourist season will have a large quantity ..: antiques and locally made articles to choose from. Local antiqui are well stocked At GorrinKes' Antique Shop. Upper Ba> Street, s.me jo doubt thai the pi of .he flvM diamond, and antique jewehy „, Ih. Ud £ j -• -Jj can bo seen. Some of th silver pieces date Horn 1700 1)M could >U1| ltl aIli i: and plain baskets, a large uuantable and work out what increase On display la a beaut'' I hand: ,t, ,,r |, ( .n, fTe fel t \I.H n mall aomnUttee went into th • Kh riHommendations it ree, conunlUae would have ail ihe necessary facts before then n Ml it wai fab ihel iho* I Id ir %  i Ml M / U. Ml. i Mi \ W A %  !. Mi < it HiiiHifoi.i Mi i a beaut de Dubun piece daten 'TH made elothlnf foj i hlldren, woolimall There I eleo an old Hiutia ice km arUclea eu i trod ,.,.'.. %  i. oine 111 piece and ^jnu* Kras^. ..• work !3o ounces. There <* also bead necklaces ash :, Georaa HI teapot made by Wllpottery. Uu Mam Bateman. chin aJfl Another eh.n.o QOOffSM 111 M |l m -u-k It IhC Bell H-l| OIU, Mt J r n M s. A. Walcott, Mi w : Mil Mr D, A w t'hrisl Church Mi G. C. Ward. Mr f t ( ;,,i p Hj I /ie Mi II St i; Ward. Mi A ASTHMA one small tablet arts quickly and effectively T NIahdhVaMM ircatmcDi lor A.ihma %  ao vunpk-. m sjaatat, M aahnfml AU vou da is .wal>>m >knoai ksuiwdui.K I | ; MMSJBj heslsag BBsaa amldt %  ) iehBMd on reaching the uontach and ii.il lojjsaolve Ihe gcrm-ladcn *> umulaUoat liKh vungcsl al tubes Ihi. BChMBaMM) lulan^cd prct>araiion brings the boon of easy breathing, and ha* the adrtii>onal advaatage of safeguarding the ininrt tioin the dread of thine >uJJm nerve-racking onaauigfau. Then iinching t.< Tear MMB RpaWMM lahlM anM hand! Thcti" h nothing to mk.i. itoihmit M BMSSS 1-phaznne has vtKCcrdcd in ae \-\ Atiht. Hi >n>hil> and Bionihul I'atanh Mssth r"**i" u 'l* MMMd hupcles* What il ha* done mt others, it ma J" hi me FOR ASTHMA AND BRONCHITIS TAKE G3IEE0CD 1 talS Sf all rssjittarce rMili i a iivota. t. MM IID. PO lw $ hlneee MUM--. Help n Tiirl lire also ,,f „„ „,>, f, DECISIONS OONPfRMEI) bound, Pakln Than II % %  larasj number of (leorge 111 snuff bones and some very good pa-tun dm* i a 4 i court hee iU ba Pewi Let) > pamUni on panel i an old Htm of the •veiite.-nth tenturv and . neck..tjgis( r of line blue sapphires. Wood Carving. A vei> attractive place Is the carved In peai <"i Wf %  rhUe UM GrTnuni Gibbon, one of tintnsrood carvem of the Charles lieriod. This carving UM le Lull In Schnomer Trade After XmaM li Mot it put forward b Hoa Mr i: ile hinted to Uu Vai> the OMnmitwe/i lennm i.v the Vosti '•fTecl Tabu \i •Vf-X %  %  iioooeci ^ > %  K bi maw i i %  ui 11 M %  onoonert n : %  : %  p < iSe.'dufmf 'Ihe-'lan g_0> *" ** Ma.. Gelfl Firsl Cklf The Judge* of the A I \ti II A VttUghai | Mi A I 11 11. .i. ' "i srlu tii -i %  %  A. W. llaiper that Chailes Celntry, st PhlUp, 1 evei v year, one or two gast Poinl. St. Philip, in .i ease %  %  mbers replace some of Sydney Parris of the same di-u 1.1 %  --i ounog issa — ftahrassm ysajtjnMj %  mbers. brought against her claiming m) "* % !" Tf ,l!*> '" Mr A. It Toppl,, and Mr. [!. A. U |g M. He also gave her |ud|. old rtanch eandelahras^ fainnws n %  ( he SCbOO. Weetberbead ajgo favoured the ,„ e nt in a case she brought agalnsi ous in France, dated 1820 old '" ^.bdos f th. dvtag the junior mommmi and his wife claiming H ndnere' lamps, and an .early Enjj,P 2il !" r h„;,m U K" -U ,Kbers an opportunity to serve on Pam. Is a shopkeeper nnd *h cut-glass four-foot celling M CtuMUnse ha mid, the rarloua Committees and K nignV wa also S 6 nopkeeper. chanrtelie. are all at Oorrtnig ; h !" l \ J"a aft lo. vart Amu-i.,,,, nad |< Il did Hid thai thai WOrC l2m."mimed Ihat since knwht -M' X^*?^"" *t ^iLCS^'^SJ^ 1 ^^^ W ta Au *" quIU prepared to resign from nv had .toppe,! keeping a shop, she Adrnrofe hat he recetves a new for H.rbados T I.. MaM It, Me W1[lt „„. .,„„.,„„.,„ ,„.„ „ Roar, or OcnmdthM In order tha, hu d rrcS!S goods from him. ff^L^^^TZ.SS: 1'S 5SSeJfflJL J 3 a?* '. "' " %  %  ">' %  '" "-< II of Ha. i I. D WH n entitle,! I' I si.ibtV,,,,. which were ln n dom ., ..-,, n i praparli of l^uhaj A^ntatroni ol Mr n Sn Roadi A hi I'.m.im IM... Mi Mi C. in Mi M and Mi T N Ptarci SI. John Mi C C Gemenldce dec 0*Naalf Hon'bae >. % % %  %  M) B : i t; Bunpaon, \ii M M N. Cb II. IN i Mi W 1. I| a Ml C N It.-.. si Qsjonre HcaVble 0. n I. Pile \i. A C Oorbtft Mr A II Gorii c L i. Bealr. Mi M A I on MI W A ^. a A Dougua, Mi Mr I) Jordan an, Si Phil it Oarnoi M A. T Matte a Junior member might ba given Knight told the Court tha %  nopportui had only had goods to Ihe value oi When the nppolntment* were J3.92. but before she had stoppe. itar, tin MO %  %  nd Mr. i>. a latneoi k H T th* Committees in favour "' Mr Hewitt and Mr. T. W W*.(bur> P SIIIIH '.—I>.fr. Mr r n MaUlas Mi II A Tudor •l'r-1M. J W llril| |l>d M T W UIUM M. r D Motua? and Mi M A Tudor Mr r C Goddard .nd Mr H n l^trork. Jnr R-.rri.M>Hix I. ih. Ul-^au .-•< Mr H A Tudr In i'|,r-viil tha Vttrv. Mr T. K. Pplrrr and Mc* A W mm — m in* rathadral r... ...I -m ,. I. r ttreior. Tji^ n,,, < • -i. I Mr n <•; i Barbados. Some of them buy his lyn D R." arc in Ilia h Gtuana to -ell gjaln in shops In A moo,; them cargm %  -• \. and Canada. wood, charciM.1 and little h ill Ha i would bn %  • %  %  the pro Mavf-ra. Mr. f • • Rhaete Mi n SIC Wesrima Mr A I Idire. ^Tr D hi %  !' %  %  Mi I P Ml I vv, i •• ,,t t Kwell The balance, she Judgment wa givt both cases. ild 0--%  rtk IIIBHWI %  %  %  k M ii a I V r I) M"lllev. MilW Mr V t*ha* Mr -. Mr A R Tnpfllli. h, rl .nd Mr J W l.< *.,.! I.IBBHII TliattMla Vrato any 5 I 1 Bahalar* r G keeping her shop. Parris and htt ,,,. ( .,.,„. . Bagbadoe three ,„„,,, ^ brought up wife had credited goods from her V( tis (Rn ,„„„ WiM „.,t t r shire. Smaller s.l,,.., When Parris arringes said that hla duet it and pav her the b dance antlQUe ibop is well known f3.37 throughout the world Three hei in vi*.11'ago when I ' i i. the majority of Barbadians were not antiuue minded Thev ,re getting so now', he isjd. At Princs Gift Shop In the Aquatic Club yard, there is a large variety of eastern g,..-lThis shop was opened about a month ago and It u run by Mr David Gorrlngca and his wile II., %  ,,., ..f Mi Victot CJoimd i %  chip of the eld bliN'k wi„ ihi POCKET CARTOON by OSUHKI LANCASTRR Mi e n M^I %  %  Mr T n A Wwnh*rd. Mi V CTiaaa r ti A Tudor. D O I • Wafl even i; Wi rtoMM Hood did la rnoatfOC'te fnU one %  mkole lot ot dinm V be! hr new aod ehleh arriv. h light charcoal from bM Lucia ami fru %  ind St Vino. %  pectod I end at the month In port "Tiniotin A. II. Vancluytman'' was dtachi n ng firewood, ihe V.it w,.i %  ood and charcoal Hold hi; called from BrtttBh Oufall i Mr Cheeseman em-%  schooner tradrto le h • i-arly February If grew US borth to In %  altn I dwell told %  %  ml two i ih. m Vln< %  ird I'I lni|iiir\ Atlj.Mrriicd slances surroundirik 'he di aU) rd timing il,.'. rOovt mment iMi talion to graze and bad DOt found s Mlchaal Mi. in on rcturnini Ha arani to 'antmry 2\ by Coronei r. at the 1)1 (il, t Armstrong who had removed then, M.I^inl HI, i who gave him one call H. ''" lol.l Al % %  ,| II-.'. ., omcalf tedhei fen •''" ti if of the value of Ihe other calf. S24 Planter*Call* For Sugar Ana' Ram Januai ^ 1 od < roverni Mt) Ihi i u the Cb ce ai ed sai' that her dauglit-i i. (1 -— at (iovtMiimriit Hill. St Michael M A m.ttcd to j m walk w motlmp dartug thl wHI '"" .,fe..,.-.n of January 7 Later sh'""> had hapbesrd someone say that her daugh•* %  A as dead Whole of Ihe second calf BS the She Iden'tfle-t the hodv to Dr aaveerneni %  twell \ B Cato who performed a i#' I th ( %  %  item examination al the I'uhli. given to him rl iary Lampshade* The Harrison liner SS PI He has in stock all types of Mc arrived at Banlampshades of various colours day evening; I end designs the prices of which .ugr and rum for London. are from $5 upwards. He also rianWe j s egnrtPHtrj I hamany old stamps, oriental OA Cosla Ar Co. Ltu nod %  Chinese mahogany set Lighter* of sugar wei panaaa SaUuma ware. for the PUmee wheat I On sale are many Indian anrived, but the ship did not I —,IK, i"3 'u load until this inonuni aearVM and ,,„„.„„.„ w ,. lp W( lklI1(( ,, te.da v morning loadlnsj thg light' %  I : JUAI Reeefved — a frt'sh s!ii[nwnt of IM IIIW MIOWS adjourned unl er K A" Poll ,. Mi J M M-. a. MI ii i: r. .cap*. Tlw CTi i.--i,.i %  -~.it.. ' Oassa ,...,,.,.., embroider."d kimonos. ivld riorrmges said that . to atldl io eastern i n Brbadoi %  In the Aquatic Club yard Ii the Mayfati Gift Shop This ,.. ..( local Lmib L It..-ley's Shop lb. has a %  .... • Of the most beautiful In the island can be Woman 1 Self H*|P ciatlon In Brood Street. Thi larsja number of attractive > •n.nhogany trays and boxes. Hand paintings and aouvenii books of the Island, native doll! It's School time Again GIVE THE CHILDREN THE BEST Order from J & R VARIETIES The Planter i I'-a'.c ..'• ; ,, ,, k ,,,. | inlca. H. Jason Jones Si Co., Ltd. For Men and Boys RADIAC BTBIPBD siiiKTs Mith two sepiirnle rollurs, eoul si\'e. All eseellmt bu\ at the pri. e I ,• It RHAKJ SIIIUTS ( Mam MttiMlwd with nice slnidi-. and made In MaasJ (|tialil> uialerial Two pri*.-. Karh TOWKI.LIM. SPOKT SHIRTS A ratl*] aasstli vhirl will) rid'ui • let | .nd zip fastenei' %  'i/i V -diuin. Kach l S Mens, Karh I.I. tied MM %  | %  f $8.21 $4.87 $4.54 $3.26 $3.73 llllllll.li ATHLETIC VESTS ^ f I l-.ll •>,l,l/lti4 II. i ,:' \ Rexall Products B IIS>l \.|ll( ( AIHIIMI IVurirr) Coagk M.MU, %  J I mini nraoi mrroPHOsrinTis cou....u 8 *j Inlliii'M/.i Mixl'triJ COD LIVES On. EMULSION L. AS III—.' I'uriii.-i j F ..I.VdlllN THYMOL j CO l.i,|„i.l T.mi. ;| laOUN roll.l.Kl; \-ilnuii Puudrr J !• I KNIGHTS DRUG STORES Will k—f < hrnlllhoil. ui just ilir riultl Icniii'i ,/<. ':'. i.. In in.. ( ... t, %  li.i prrfi-rl CENTS <>. inv nun is si,,-, s M Lug*. P. BOYS' SOCKS f „iiii> ol bahiam s, h, „ ATIII.KTH SI-ri'OKTKRS b Johns.,,, A Ji.hnvin uilh nrl ck Ml %  m. Iium & lariff. |-ir $1.02 $1.02 $1.76 $1.63 CAVE SHEPHERD & Co., Ltd. It, II. 12, & CI HKOAID DTBR POTATOBt POTATOK8 p-r lbs oom>BmsD MH.K CAHRH ClIKTHi: CRIHI'M OSAWrORD'S CREAM I HUTCH CAULiriXlWRR (wlil-t p-r Tin OVtt It OAUUTLOWU I Tin tll'TClI PEAB a CARROTS |*M Til DANISH SALAMI P-r It SMIIIMIIVS HTKAWHKItltlll.S. RASPBERRIES, RI.ACKRr.l'.R'irs ,ir fin '""III AFRICAN LOBSTER KOO IIUAVA Jl.I.l.Y Ml. Tin KOO tllTAVA IjRLLT I ft Tin KRAFT ( UU i (IOUIIA I MI:I:SI. p %  [ |b RBUfl per Ih



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PAOt SIX RVRRADOS ADVOCATE TlESDAY. JANUARY 15. 1I5J CLASSIFIED ADS. iMili.H s•.I.ES IUrliadv Ikonit Surirly tElEHMOM 2i09 REAL ESTATE OFFICIAL NOTICE |v III lilllf I.I I M-.VI IB* SHIPPING NOTICES I UK SALE AUTOMOTIVE DIM* %  ••u Oi. Jam-art l I'M **'• Cain %  K.-.iHa raudrne n*ai Ai-rw. % %  : .1*. Mi— %  K— %  411 crlotlt thi, l!.-ri.ooii lac lp> H BrrOurn B-om aad Bft Ida f IN MEMORIAM rd I tn good lo I Kir* play. DMVI It I at. %  OR "All %  >* RIM AKfllHUI S*i*'.vU Villa*. nom To** Oo' -'*i"" *W l > ;\ I ...LIOUOR I.H I.NSI NOTICE ippi' || J.|. .n aaeallw' : .V Siu.pnMi. Guinea rlai-MUDa, "I '•* -'" I : %  Dl-1 M ,.—I Mirrla • Tnurini Car. In %  in* .O'lllll-Jll. ood !>'•* .... r,,i,%. Of* SI U l.a.1 II I I* *i tBATT. Wrll-ronatructru H atiiiarc iv 14 H Ion*. aultabia tor U-r-pr owl pm. ot Horaa BOM Baal < % %  %  pap * 00 accepted POT vii.im Apptr Ralph Beard. Lowar Bar 1 I (aim Ihn fcr at b", %  4 M 2.. vnCWAJITVILLB'-A __ .1* at Rklr>. Chriat ChuMb. aUadi..* %  II IM %  • fret of land r'.andlnp 10m lb* Publn Bead to iha M. T"> iMHMt ConWini drawUta and dli'in* .,.,* 3 beelroern*. Bltaban etc alretrie, and eavariuneni water inaUlldd. Bar%  nil raufei 111 yard. Inaprrtion by appMBBnent • ,u *• ui>da'al|ned Th. ...npertf UI W -I ,. tor • PutiHt Cam pel 11 ton at our OWif %  Ml St.eet. Orld-etown. on PrMay d' iral.nl al ) pm YE Aft WOOD BOYCX rnt txi A | II V. %  '.! %  I TlUa apfrtKnlinti -nl be tonal. 1 a Uraaiuiaj CdMrl %  l>il A OB Tuf-adl Police Notice 1 %  near* Att IM. 1 n< iirretn f • noun W all pareara _>n. eitato rlifh. . In tore-1 tn -n> Ibn. ~,--.tmri!-n.-a. 111 • -dfr-i vaMftu-i %  %  T II n „ . al the %  *•*.•*,,)*,,* OWlae Publ., I %  nd,r..-n. beta— IM 4th da. -I March NN. MI order that tuck ciat* %  HiiT1 on and ranked acceding lo Itaa iiilun and nrtorm ihttrl ,„' | an nr iain.i' -.id i %  l-latnli" I SAIMT CLAIH (TSJ mflATri I i a.-l< WA1.IVII MIAMtUl Wl •> .1 SBLMA l ITIIUX'. ml PATTIMOK .r parrrl of land lormc'. I Km%  ** -• % %  *•*!" &f -•' %  MUM MKM>|n4| by •d.iwui.m... 1 rMM lw..t* -i !• nflria pf(r ". ic Idc nl J. A Ulttooa on UMSouth or. a public road a. -> piiMkr rood and on > Mmi*f M IW a*"* l7 -*" %  "< >U>ld BCONUl.V All. THAT <-UI' BMMt ar MfPtt td Uaafl Mtuato al ni> Croat Hoad* In lba> id paHah of Sair rUMtnTwH* if Mntawairig bi -d.noa.-rrrorni on. road thirty .lab baa Plantation oa landnow ci 1-1. M •^"•J*" "" "•, uMW T—d ar howrici rtn. UMI ai" ">.> -but and aau.d TMiRDl-T AlX TilA %  ^ ipatt of lara-r -r uf U-l IOMVI, -a Jontm M rood Ira parchr* .hlch aa fur-wrly part at Oi -aid panah of alnl Philip -nd lln Pour acrra fluuda ."U'mll *1 • HI 11 On* lalfr auoat-nHallv bulrl two i.utu* aaarkat. .Madtn* ."• •-} f| of land will Irnnlaa* o> l duii-btr a* a guaat houar or bond PTK-ad to -II Apa>*. Id lA-<> ..ce inquired foi lea Porefa Appii i ma 10 nd 2• I. VII. !\\ tic 'rcn a %  ,V .11 HMiO Jtin. on Tr\ day. IBtii It T Mil llfcl.tN Comm 'i %  tllHIll'Il'WII. ,'.t52. !i 1 n -2' MA.SE tlM. H V TBXOA la aa aartod Iv Haul ad Auatrollad fan for Trinidad. Barba•toa. Bermuda aptly January and amvaboul k&arrh SHU hi Had cargo arcaptad on .hraugh Bill, ol UI..1 with tranahipmant f^r Britlth G, .Windw-rd and Ia*B.! HH-bj ••• funhar p-.U.ul.fB apall MPUFWfaW, WITHV A Co.. IJd TRINIDAD. III. DtCOtTA A Co Ltd. 11AFUIADOS ,.,opt Carg. ~d %  '*•"•"* '"' — ktMMMrai "... *: Vlnear.1. Orrnada and Aruba .; >ao IMh Inat. Th. M V DAEBWOOD" will %  % %  1 %  Dm % % % %  %  "* < % %  .-.a. HI Vlntrnt. Orr-toda Ai..b. nn -JMM .-.11 Mar-rAATtOH iOtC Conabtna* TrW No. •••. SAOUENAY TERMINALS !>%  .1 of M>* ral%  jrl <.i. l-nda ad aiapnan.. Cl.il> I Atlamby d*v-"1 and on ihc public load or I ut ..1 MI bound POVKTMl-V AIJTUAT cart-ln pkaca or p-nt; 1 larpar am. of land known a. Tank Plaid wMcfa. % %  J^W* 1 ho land* uf Kirtora PkantaUon. aUuato in tha aaMl pan-h ol B .1 ui.ii rl aloraald conlainlnd by admraaursairnt two roods ana and ar ran-Ian lb ,h !" bt.U .InnSn. and boundU On Und. now orlat. o. AdaLjJd ida MM ut lair of onr Mr Brathwalla on l-nda fonna.l> of lha a-tat 1 K ..aad bul now of tha >d Walter frar-u Hrrca and Maim. t-aUiia1 ('..tinaiLi. -iut un %  raail In Conunaat Of fldwarrr alar ir>r a-aia may "•* %  „. ,4., uw anma paay abi.l -nd buund ana •Tparvrl <-f i-nd "-'•• %  M-.chArld In tha CANADIAN SERVICE From Halifax. VS.. and Montreal. -POLY 111 \ IM:• %. A VIHIL 1 1 I 1 r M.ii.l. %  ajMaa UNITED KINGDOM SERVICE FROM SWANSEA. LIVERPOOL AND GLASGOW RALPH A. BEARD 1.1 ..M. IN-I HI 'V \ Offn I you inc (olluwiiiit in I'ruiATty . WORTHY DOWN Top liovk. Ciirl.l Thorch, stimaing on 22.uoo %  • .. %  %  nd %  I U -1 "Ulsldc d Buill-in lUtahta RT Garage. Itooms. LjaundT). %  a and boiiigfuilv L.."lufMxJ Prio IC5.DWI. Irfr#T


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ESTABLISHED 1893 TUESDAY. JANU t JfV PK1CE FIVE U.S., U.K., C'ada Plan To Streamline NATO High Level Council To Meet "Continuously JAMAICA AT tin ills Bj R. II. MHIMIIKII OTTAWA, Jan. 14 The United States. Britain and Canada agreed upon %  plan in streamline the Atlantic Treaty Organization and create u high Itvel Council that would sit continuously like Ihe Unilcn Nations Security Council, it was reported Monday. This has been one of the major problems tackled bv British Prime Minister Winston Churchill in talks in Washington and Ottawa. Churchill and British Foreign Secretary Anthony Eden, conferred here with Canadian Foreign Secretary Lester B. Pearson, who is President of the North Atlantic Treaty Organization Council this year. Churchill ends his official visit lo Canada to-night with an adReds Almost Break Up Truce Talks PANMUNJON. KOREA. Jan. 14. The Communists almost broke up the Knrwm armistice negotiations lo-,i.tv wiUl the cl ihe United Nations Con lyinif. "As represents [ trV N Command, I shall not sit here and listen to unfounded charges that tha U.N. Command if mnking deceitful proposals and lying.' %  Rear Admiral R E. Ubby inertly told the Red>. He denied the Communist charge, demanded an apology, and (lulls proposed a recess. "You cannot Intimidate us." reiorted the North Korean Mai Gen. l-ee Sang C'ho. but he agreed to 'he recess. The herded rx, ha nil took place In the Armistice Sub-Committee, debating the exchange of war prisonerafter Ubby had eontended lhat the U.N. Voluntary n contained advantage* for bOti lo the Canadian state bangust. It will be the first public address Churchill made %  rfeu Yo.k Jai iind will be the prelude lo an ad* dress to a joint session of the United stales Coatgrcai Thbrada) Here Churchill and his associates have been going over in detail talks in Washington—especially problems of raw materials and atomic energy Canada is 11 major supplier of aluminium and also is one of the major source* uranium for atomic energv. Barter Deal The three nations also agreed i Ihe general terms of a barter deal involving Amcr. ican neei, aluminium and Malayan tin Informed sources said thai the details still remain to be worked oul. and. a formal announcement is expected from Washington on r Wednesday tin tain had been asking the US. for 1.000.000 tons of steel so that she can continue her rearmament programme. The U.S. needs more aluminium and tin. Britain had loaned the Aluminium Company of Canada 25.000.0(r0 to help finance expansion plans. The Truce Supervision Suh?d In return she was to recei'c Commuter al-o recessed until -00,000 tons this year and 220.000 il Ofl a.m. on Tuesday after the <'>"* next year. Reds strayed rrom the subject to) Sources close (o Churchill, said accuse the Allies of sending planes thrfl Ihe barter deal would lunn vi Ihe Red Chinese mainland. I some of this aluminium to the U.S. The Chinese Mai-Gen. Hsi< h Fang"" relieve the immediate shortage echoed Radio Peiping\ charge .This would be so on the undeithat 16 United States plane* on landing that in future years Ihe Sunday flew over Mukden the in-JU S would ensure lhat Brit. i rtrt Ml team winch arrived bare Suiidsy an against Barbados. January 17. •iiing pr.ctl.e at Kwislnator Bridgetown Will Get 12 More Street Lamps dustrinl centre and probable f'htntary headquactert for Manchiui i A Far East Alrrorce spokesman pfTered only this comment "ii Ihe %  barge I ran assure you Ihnt the Par Bust Airforce is confining Its %  erial activities to North Korea Ma). Gen Claude 11 Pen of the l' N again pressed the Common Bub-4 .Mimittee to the ban on pilttati ail tructlon du*ng Ihe trued Aral 'positive indication '.able ar%  Fang refused on the ground lhat the AllnM DMuted lnVrth Korean' ternal affairs —tl.P. U.S. ROVING AMBASSADOR WASHINGTON. J.in. Preaklgnt Truman has nnmln%  led William II Draper, junlo: Ntl York banker %  Roving Ambassador In Europe under Ihe Mutual flacBrlt] — v.r. I filled. Sources emphasized that the agreement dM nol Involve prices, because essentially, it wn an exchange of materials rathe than a purchase. Reorganising NATO Big Chance For CVeallli Ministers I %  lit Own Cmn.|" LONDON. Jan 15 Finance Ministers of the Comrnset In Ixmdon lo I. ilnd means uf WUsj F.rprrt* I K "Their tusk should i %  '.rgct. It -houlil InI.Hiked upon DOt BUTIptj 1M In the hour of ftoi'igetii y. S reut undertaking of Imperial evelopment far ton long delayed." Express says Ministers have the opporiuniiv lo lam B their coun• %  | It asks. "Will the) havt lh South East Asia an,i ihe Middli East also occupied much of Mr Churchill's nine. Reorganization) of NATO will be presented to ihe. pi next Atlantic Pact Council al Us-| bod, Portugal, which now may b iHstponed until late Februuiy. ih. idea would be to model the NATO Council on the I' N Security Council plan. The NATO Council would meet "continuously" nt NATO head, quarters. —t'.F %  oiih.it ion which i the! i eteritie i banco puts within ft? Will they from now I %  MTU EmDectaion Waitvil FIT Pin* lusuraiMT Soil i TUB CITY oi iiiHlo.-ojK,. Bn d its roburfc* will gel %  p in' a!K>thi-t 23 recommended l>\ 'in Committee >f St, Michael's Vestry cannot now be erected due to lack of copper wire. Tins information was disclosed a! yesterday's meeting of the Vestry when the Clerk read a fettei from the Electric Company to (he Vestry, slating that they hail completed their eurvty, and thai they regretted to state that they could only consider the eftjet rccomma IManr Crashes Into River Churchill To Leave Soon LONDON, Jan 14. Mr Winston Churchill will leave New York aboard the linn Queen Mary on Wednesday Jim. 23. his nfllce at No. 10 Downing Street announced —I'.P. NKW YOHK, Jan .4 A Noitb East Airline, twir atlgtne plans] with 36 personi > '-hot tin run* I >ctal Mwtay and arastMs* River At least S3 persons were re icucd immediately by a tug. The plane was making Its second gpprow h to the ntl i and log which cut risibility. The craft last gtaaton pi 7 U a.m. .tiid mridc the Brat I I •"i *.m. t,y radio with the control Towei %  %  ad plowed Rival ibout College l"olnt and The Convair transport did nof sink. The crew of a Coast Guard U>l which wth h, rushe.1 %  aa and picked .. sons immediate);. Foul I Guard cr;ish boats and two h*J rcpters Joined ihe i U U.K. Troops Fight Off Terrorist Attacks BRITISH HQRS., Suez Canal Zone. Jan. 14 Egyptian terrorists and British troops fought a threehour gun battle in Ismailia last night, along the bullet swept Gun Alley". Almost simultaneous attacks were launched on the R.A.F. Garrison headquarters, while Lancashire Kusilicrs. guarding the main gate of Lt-Gen. Erskine's Headquarters In, Anti-tank guns were used to disperse the terrorists who were firing from buildings along the bank ajia from the slender minaret of a mosque dominating the town. Than were no British casual'lies. but an Egyptian ambulance rt-as observed visiting houses on jihe tar side of the Canal from which Um firing had leen dlrecled. • It was thought that the attack had been launched by student I members of the "Ubcratlon Army" reported clandesUnely The coast Guard said men and live an icd, and five pataoni were I ii 7'/•nra n Sithmiir. Reform Plan toon "f 12 of the :H lights Originally, the lighting oaunandad lha instaiuiglta m tti< City and suburban areas, but aftet with lha I mpauv Ihe number wn" %  to ll Mi. M%  '• Iu aceepl the ofTci of Ihe \2 light*. rel ig them lo tha diaeu>-ion which lwk plac %  GRENADA, occun in the Bupratna Court Iicre to-,( in-, aouss -it Woburn and h^Hjaahold smcts '•> %  bnt on March e la The BS II an ran i i Ml II E. L Hostel). liarnster-at-Law, who is WASHINGTON Instructed by Mr. A. O. I'ayne. Truman submitted to Congi bass their refusal '.o Monday hi Itlon of the policy r #* 1 rffnlrsllen of tin• indal-ri whii-h disclaims responsibility duoati intarnal Revenus Bureau. He Ml ring thru rivll eon m >U.,n *ald the plai Which lha d duri-m vent improper enndii" || -i by wav of the Ore ' %  %  bancSf. ,ernment fmrn the "htSldloui Mr. r. M. Heniv ho ope". ... eke, lle.t Cromwell as the on|y witT,"* |,|an wouW tm,h COQtanda that none id %  '> i-nee." of H* mentioned %  lha i i isntssi of O %  • %  ding plant, and %  he Vastry i eoppt i %  %  how ib. i. eh % %  j %  | I lb' thought that •',. i. i %  *ol lb. pr4Hstrl %  npl Mi l> %  inderl ibe wan hag that Ihe Tsxal Autfki charge of Bridgetown wi i trade rei H led oui ihi %  i.'I in start ni i i. to do l mnoi get n* elec Elections Mi .i H Wilkinson, with lit vntes. top^ped iht | 1 Mi \\ M wak ill, son of Mr s A WBW-OU and Mr. C 1 for ihe parish TrW DC Webel ion The iinsW 11 lulcai Mi a Inrdan Mr Si t" BnirdandMi S H, m foui parishes I ft Peter, St i ucj 11 inn. Wesl Wan I Ru§tktn Plan Studied I Mils. Jan. 14 %  . d i> that R*i the new 11 nation DUarmar* nl Ct nuruaalon skwuj adth snj i>ti in H 1'ioiHisals. States, Britain i to ins do natt political CasncolUea ni-in .i Ms.lulion iccidling tl lha Gene I A %  lofSsthar ih.Co gaiaakm wtU P. I n embers, Ihi Ui %  i, i PU %  back by Juno i %  >• %  poaata io aehhrva "regulation. Iimllat' in -i nf ill %  ternatln il MM |3 '%  I sure the prohlbtl %  :. 1 lut mi iiuttBtinsj "ii ouuawlni i Moth lo >••• Of i When ih. < omml Ion raporti bach a world dtsarftWMSri con lerenre WUMWI \f aaUSd SB '">f ihe I -ed on I No*. Ptaa i plan j I % % %  %  H nssh i Al Orel V i 11 i • %  %  ontalni rt to tha Wi • i the i 'i %  i ru Is set up. i . •' %  % % %  | |-| Canadian Dollar J unijjh On Bar Wilh V.S. In %  %  M M \ luriu ran 6 no* i %  pant> In ' k) ASM nt .' ill change corn trading. ant In I Bef i i %  %  %  oni in told and ilullai brought IrM I 11 down la v %  %  %  %  %  %  %  %  %  %  i %  %  I %  Si. JggSMS Mi J ii Wllkl Mi 8 A. Walcott 215. Ml W n Watootl MO, Mi .'Mi. Mr. A. I, Jordan I Stall ISJ Mi. A. i .inhnsen \2. Mr S M.i Hi. i iBaarlas. SI IVler M n i' J.. Mi T h* i I iBannl U i Mi i too \li A A OlU, Mi <. i. • GUI, Mr |' Wblleheud Mi U V SI Inseph I %  H I I dill II Mi l. E. Smll M %  i .. i .f M hi an h • %  Ml i i' si | ( cy Mr .1 i: T Branch! v. r v On r i Mi N U Mi I. I V. L Ward. Mi I) i III C H Mr I. I i'. %  Mr. I I ]l instill la til ni when at. %  II. %  bad 1 %  1 baa Rrsl mi than i plants . f i. H • "n I'ane 5 %  %  % %  i rereign Iroopsswlihli %  — tut, The i recent nltu.ilio mi doubt interfere Hlth veliipmrnt f ihe parish l.ej.ork said. He imiiile fiirlher that he himself hsd apldlcntl'in on behalf wawMl or srtaf ln ed apafi riOHII fl *AnH rleeirleH "rt he 1 rapl %  mhing |i anpany tn %  Ettreelor To Study Maifiifucliu 4 .' Off I'api'i' frout BuuM ratsvanl ,-,llry as %3*U fSZOlx 2T* avoldini payment she Truman said i.ntmg payment in the nelght: lha pUlntlsT, U i clsewhi'" origin ol lahn hood nt ISJ pfflsSO *nd the dependi %  i Froin r>ui Own Corwwndni 1-ONDON. Jan. 14. %  • 'it of bagasse for newsprint with the eventual e*ii..r> of pjiper pulp to England pan* %  .,,, ent ot circumMance' of 'he other sMj The Di'fence Counsel continued 'Second (Arisen DEAL Redhead who ,,„,. „ wai completely v i to be examined in Jamaica, when r:ptlan pohi %  plus some terrorMr H. Alan Wnlker. Managing ,i,t who were altemptina to entet Director of the V/agrt Indies Sugar | irte Zone from the direction of Company, arrive* later this month IZaggxik After a brisk exchange from Indon. 'of tire, the Egyptians withdrew. -nterini: the Zone. I these "Commandos' .'' %  Mlr 'less M iHcbed. drOVC ofl a force of 20 1 !" J hc m "' *"?. d '" lu ITh, ..„ %  first re W. Earle Huphe 1 Mr Walker Mil the Bil i l asUc Ha win flv lo Ja-i "m Bermuda. He expect to Iw In Ihe Island Miring which time %  MHlsas of the devei | ' Ik sugar loading The setting ui dustrv %  I require large ceptt lid for that %  likelv From Jamaica. Mr v to Trinidad where h.will spend mother four weeks discussing business matters with Carom my ofnclgls — v.r. Ex-Police Supt. Arrestefi ihlp and was picked up bv a lifeboat The 3* crewmen, all suffering from shock nnd sligt %  IMP. %  whethf \i r i ompan I • %  ll i !ry gould p" I insist).I ratiiv in seeordancs with M cock's suggestion. MKTAI. SKIHTS I l moval of met a I skirl:.' St lamps b, tl %  i Compaii>. in aecottlanea v.iib the DOS of St. Mlrl,. I %  Won frurr. cartaln pei iraornsthe retv I i ilies. Tha Es mm V • Rebels Prepare For New All-Oul Drive SAIOON, hiiln-Chinii. Jim 14. n | Conu rel ei foreoa were buildii ip I 4 an ill-out drlvi 1 the vitiil OOrOnlal Un-hw 1 |o. I i>, %  %  ., >iar TlMf) % % %  . -he Vo j mlnh troops units, was ni %  spi to strength) tha covered Is Inclo-China To Become Second Korea? ll. KIAM 111 Ml HRAV PAJUSk -In' I l (s |nd-l bin;. Thai .1 Vleti %  /{raid ley fs Hopeful Of KorH'a Peaa WASHINGTON, Jan. 14 %  %  %  ru. i .Mil nol pa> %  %  an of the Jolt 1 lh< Benati %  %  pubtu %  %  %  %  utantial bu i I %  i iniiii ihe bord %  lha inteei %  i %  %  %  i • K 1 I %  %  %  %  iHi I Ming this Informal ,,.,. ..... %  f wl %  nt threatened that Ih* Vestry wo remove tin pelt from I u land : II %  %  gj im pace 1 KINGSTON. Jan. 12. %  aa out the [growing plant |mur i. The retired Assistant Super-!re*ent years have been .v ir.tendent of Police, Henry Well-j was started Bed I n d J.r*ph "%  KiNr;sTOM, Jan Minuteol Education were rested thi-. afternoon 01 defeat public luatice, arising oui of farm workers tickets to go h> tJa States. Ball was granted, Malcolm has already been before tbr Court on charges connected with the alleged -ale of tickets.—\ aag** ship immediately —I'.P. %  of the I I ipofl highi %  p.p.) r I .s. Gael. Want Rubber Control To Continue WASHTNOT I %  : %  I trad in %  i %  %  I and vi l l %  %  .<>.I'iiluraliop. (!!i'd F %  %  %  %  %  %  p %  i Duni dipl'inia. I I



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PAGE TWO iixRBxnos \nvor\TE M R H ADAMS CJtO Leadar of the I! Aasernbly Is ex pert.-, l today fur Trinidad . to AmiKii 1J attend : meeting of ( ege of the Wft Indies, of which hf a member. Hon L C Hwuuvi K< %  Sftao *ilt I CaMUKeU) COI1CK< -( thw i and Hi Raymond I'm %  '.!'. %  Will il|l> meeting. Awaitlnff Ri-.nir. Permit B ACK in Barbadn. for r* stay after spend" %  Mi \v> %  9 %  %  f II %  HekMm Indefinite Stay M ISS ELSIE I ir of Cap) r C P*m Supl of Police and Mr* ParDi of Turtat BridieS< lOfl fur PUBflO morning by B.W.I A. .• to the V will rrmain (01 her uiul> i of IlruOklwi. Assistant Matter JV*K MICHAIL TIMPSON had boei Qahih galling TI'KSDW J.WTXRY IV IKS Assistant Mast Lodge School who ART HUE BONITTO. Jman.Captain and W A. Farmer. Baitiado* OaptaJr. (hitting at Srawell Airport n Sunday nlKbt. nhortly After the JaniHi im' arilv.l I i 1111 colony if BWI.A. returned from that (. Trinidad And Jamaica Test Pilot %  D if T.I S B.O.A.C. Official Intransit C AI'I J O. H 1.0BLEY. H Ball III 1 %  1 passenger through B;trtakon For "Met." Discussion* W ING COMuK L A EGGLESFIH.lt Uirwtor Geoi %  'ion in th area '*' V9*l V. [ A for -ill fly to %¡ utana to rneit ihe new Director of Meteorological Service* to dl .services Ir. n.:.m> lie will also meet RagHtntson Boaid Sur. Mr Brown -no Engaged E engagement i anil) ID En*ne.li M h L Barnard. H.N., fair and Patricia, widow Mr G A. McAiidr* Wood Farm. Bordon %  %  Andrew is the 'i.mghtato Sir CharU-0 BrW K CMC. former Governor of and Lady O'Brien. IT* marriage will take place shortly Visiting Uncle M K GEOFF TAYLOR of the National Film B>... tawa. Canada who has been Barbados for the past lour week* visiting his uncle at the Hotel Windsor is due to return to Canby TC A Mr A P Taylor regular vlaltof to Barbudoa winter Talkinf Point friendship Incidental Intelligence T*AILORS predict a change in men's suits from the loose* hangdog t<> lha tight-fitting This worn GOUM I u ii. UM h i\.ilure over tin|r*KUI I. Bad) SEE THE . UM4M ill M4IIOSIR1 TRY IT TO-DAY i it n ii 101 i RICH IN PROTEIN. BRAIN THE FOOD FOR AND NERVE KMI'ROTK. a concentrated food composed of milk powders. skimmed and full i ..i> cioked and processed National and barley flours, soluble casein and pr-parcd wheat germ has bees designed to provide in a palatable form a particularly nourishing food beverage, rich in WOMBS, the n< :ple of food so neeess-rv for the building up of the nerve and body tissues and the maintenance of health i • %  .. TRY A TIN—VOl'XL FEEL TIIE DIFFERENCE M tt DaWJON SAYERS. Mechanical Engine* IV. "" : • bados yesterday bv BWI.A. en Martinique moan Trim' ,l ""' 1 dad Month's Holiday ,'. t'snJSTS M R v C BCOTT Assistant ,„„. p.,,,,..*^, lM U -,-, Combemen ayfth B.O.A.C and B.W.I A. School who had been in TriniCspl. Lobley previously paid a dad OH a month's holiday returnvu g| ,,, Barbados for a few days Sunday afternoon during the latter pa" of IBM. iftiheill of Highways in Transport Hew to Trinidad ove the week-end by B.WJ.A. on Psnrt visit. He is exported t return within a few davs It is usuWrstood thai vhan H Sayen rgtumi bs arlU than i-ad going on a business v. r B.W I A maica. Back To School M H l LEE I.OY of the Ar.oihits Department of W. • I %  : Island! streamed p. w I A I"..t T o| Bpagfl Hew in OS p %  urnament betwean vvi^kfrom X, | a y morning f Z"l J"" B rbldul '" i nd yestertaj a liy B .W I A on a routine visit He !J: ', vaelerday afternoon at th.Rockfor UM ns which u a guest at TinHotel Boyal nlry Club. f. %  Routine Visit In Honour Of Golf Team S CHOX >L "*HK Hi. st game toumanii'pt A and BarbM %  ley Golf After the game a Cocktail Party. which irlly aftei six o'clock, was held m lha clul house in nonoui .( Then will bs anothai I tail Party in nonoui of the • irned N< Tnnidad davg with his ramlly Is due to reCabaret. %  19 Rvlio wri, "_ w'* ?*>""* 1<-'' todays on HWIA Mrs. tuiti Jo Canada to-COOm* B-r-i rraa. BrtaBv s cu game This will u> held at Peggy Gfh batttl known to his M "" Waa*. • no wn th c^rnon. : ,', "'.';' Ml '"")• dauh "t Mrs. sSfta friend* BS "Chinf > %  Wolojlfl %** %  £ %" V'mfi^fLvHS? Ntorgan, -High cuff ciub Moro*D lats Hr Anof ih.> Sobio on Co < %  ( Raglrgan HoaO. ares ODtmnell. Saskal Barbadian Geologist Lett Over Thr Week-end M K GHF.Y AUSTIN, son of Mr. 0 „„„. Wl bin Btsrrlvata Austin E who had boon Who irrlvod hon OB December aSoli bonoytnoon In 19th t gpand the Christmas noli__ Tnnidad days with his family Is due to rec.btr. \i. Canada to-morrow BY THE W£Y / fv Apaeaoaasaer A COMMITTEE of scienlisls Mown to pieces m n., should u> appointed at ODOO, slorms. Not so. The liouuding no/, n without ev.n stopping to wlpo '• %  •i(|iie was so low In the mui th.it their month to inquire int.. the lt^ framework wa cause and atOCl M .. cow's tfM mall* escapade. Wp n( | „ mud-bath afi The %  "* w Iked up 17fl steps i f WlthOTBOdgl I Will .i a spiral Mairease to the top or ., L>it o' th.it rotten o|e im< 150-ft. monument. A witness *< re milke,) up t. Han BV01 hi* new pelf i know .i OaMj girl %  ">e hxed to her .. kuiu "i so. ret When the champagno wai oul Roma --I it trickled taken home Setm m f wild there, and the milk tasted of rilsed fereobellum Wl Welt. then. T HK i lUkklng •ugseatlon (bal it' lies should % %  %  finger, and h-lil Boon. "Anything to liven things it up. A and op." %  % the actress said wl oki bl. i "i caugr taker's Bdvke "Distmborfc yortn ibc LcobuekeL I i*>-ik tonra .l/i iiitlmniliibUMm %  t/un-n rtOd lan ., Iii Itant i %  ..at lowan i % %  • -i think hi 1 -, v.*, I in vo love-yi bel touched lha pawn moving has -, | again nor yeo-on, ihui b thinking hard again, id elbow's on the edge of the tabl —now he's coming in fast be Q| the h.illet versn.n of 11 ui ruur-M ii Uappro*. (&\i Nutning iNvn the IOUIIKT *. %  uJ !n Uoui (Si i ih'f-.uitauc ooat iSl i %  %  %  t i i dir copper ISI I.O.I in iSi turn imriiw (31 I p.iii iS> . Lainoa err — nim-,> ippen il i, H.dr in SnM i:. %  m i : I llir BOB) t-WODfl 'lp>a. (Si Jl H-ITP .our n;ng i4) ill I |M '' ,., SliruD Ir-im Noel III-BI |B| ini-pii Hum nii-ii IIIWII H do.* (at mi a plena of Doan Ji> B 1'iptI' Ueciarauon noi soundiiia oo in Uan m-nri, i-iiinami11 I uir-oi (o r curia iBi l %  rr.-nc;. B i> itsar. *i Loiiiuiete aoiiertioo i3 aoiuiiotit iw< AirvH I -u lin-Hl l| Nar 12 i., t ' %  %  *•" "L Br.l* r*n 11 Bcw. %  > j4 Nuwi i6"""-5 A I ttTPtl 'S ran UK id \ there was no noticeable b nee <>f a ballet %  % %  %  %  mlng unl %  %  %  %  %  i • produced The whole foyer will ittend ptt Is your %  .. of histall will | thing. i In fsYf gjoi world A MAN who had ah V recall be rul off. W)' %  ml II could be %  >m |j the bill ws not ...id. If the lull had in do the gas eff. befire connOCUhg It i race, |AM vtndicato I at saH Mans i : %  think that mv %  %  %  IhO drink%  r troin the aUn, r-iciv f.-.lery nut the Othei day a Clalety girl t. Id how. ui 1SMW. a Kusslau | tiom hr*.* ipuer. After that, it seems n tefu %  %  hej ll he left 1) ( paw HORNIMAN'S TEA FLOWERED SAMBA SPUN, 36 in. at $1.69 per yard. \n Beautiful Designs and Colours. WAFFLE PIQUE, 36 in. at $ 1.63 per yard In Grey, Dark Blue, Light Blue, Pink, Dark Green, Light Green, Gold, Lemon. . $1 68 per yard. FLOWERED TAFFETA. 36 in. at T. R. EVANS & WHITFIELDS Dial 4220 YOUR SHOE STORES Dial 4606 ART SILK STOCKINGS $1.00 2 pn. fo ANKLE SOCKS $1.00 for rV,*..-,',',*,',-, V,'.',-,*V,.v'*' WVWi lH K IHUI III IUHSS" Starring RALPH BYBD IIIIIHKIVs PLASTIC BELTS .23 each JUST OPENED New Evening Dresses RITISH ( 1ERG0UGNAN TYIIES Dependable Performance 'luir recommendation *. NEW TYPF' HEAVY DtJIY CIAM O 1. Y M P I C TODAY TOMORROW 4 30 A 1 RKO ACTION DOUBLE ISIHiS 4CISI" MMlin llll MllOlt DOUGLAS FAIRBANKS. Jr MAUKF.EN OIIARA Wldat i tyre foi lundl'.ii i -. paIMn all types i.l unparalleled depth, i • %  % %  *l Rrp-iblii %  8 THURSDAY ONLY 4 30 I 16 < Serial lilt K I KM 1 HI IIIIISN and Etening Rags THE MOMRN DRESS SIIOPPE Broad Street "SILENT SAFETY neu and smoothness in r Ing. Irfmg noi,-kid llfa CAR TYRE. Unexcelled quietFaster, safer cornerII O \ \ TO DAY Laat 3 ShowVe hno tn> O1I.^MTI# BUI 32 x 6 32 x 6/5 34 x 7 as x 7j 30 x S gg 500 BM 475/18 450 550 0 TU HA v i,.t 2 Bbowa 4.48 B.I5 >; JAOKIE ROBINHON an nim-alf llll J4CKII KOIIISSOS PLANTATIONS LTD. *itm RUBY DEE MINOR WATSON Tomorrow 0 Wad. 4 30 ft S 15 DUNCAN IIT.N A I.DU LEO CAR ILL O In llll Y ALIA* I HOWBRL and I lil IGl I Ml %  lattsiM FRANK LOUEJOT— KATHLEEN RYAN


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ESTABLISHED 1893
TUESDAY. JANU
t JfV
PK1CE FIVE
U.S., U.K., C'ada Plan To Streamline NATO
High Level Council
To Meet "Continuously
-----------.--------------* _
JAMAICA AT tin ills
Bj R. II. mhimiikii
OTTAWA, Jan. 14
The United States. Britain and Canada agreed upon
plan in streamline the Atlantic Treaty Organization and
create u high Itvel Council that would sit continuously like
Ihe Unilcn Nations Security Council, it was reported
Monday.
This has been one of the major problems tackled bv
British Prime Minister Winston Churchill in talks in Wash-
ington and Ottawa.
Churchill and British Foreign Secretary Anthony
Eden, conferred here with Canadian Foreign Secretary
Lester B. Pearson, who is President of the North Atlantic
Treaty Organization Council this year.
Churchill ends his official visit
lo Canada to-night with an ad-
Reds Almost
Break Up
Truce Talks
PANMUNJON. KOREA. Jan. 14.
The Communists almost broke
up the Knrwm armistice negotia-
tions lo-,i.tv wiUl the cl
ihe United Nations Con
lyinif. "As represents [ trV
N Command, I shall not sit
here and listen to unfounded
charges that tha U.N. Command
if mnking deceitful proposals and
lying.' Rear Admiral R E. Ubby
inertly told the Red>.
He denied the Communist
charge, demanded an apology, and
(lulls proposed a recess.
"You cannot Intimidate us." re-
iorted the North Korean Mai Gen.
l-ee Sang C'ho. but he agreed to
'he recess.
The herded rx, ha nil took place
In the Armistice Sub-Committee,
debating the exchange of war
prisoner- after Ubby had eon-
tended lhat the U.N. Voluntary
n contained ad-
vantage* for bOti
lo the Canadian state ban-
gust. It will be the first public
address Churchill made
rfeu Yo.k Jai
iind will be the prelude lo an ad*
dress to a joint session of the
United stales Coatgrcai Thbrada)
Here Churchill and his associ-
ates have been going over in de-
tail talks in Washingtonespeci-
ally problems of raw materials
and atomic energy Canada is 11
major supplier of aluminium and
also is one of the major source*
uranium for atomic energv.
Barter Deal
The three nations also agreed
i Ihe general terms of a barter
deal involving Amcr. ican neei,
aluminium and Malayan tin In-
formed sources said thai the
details still remain to be worked
oul. and. a formal announcement
is expected from Washington on
r Wednesday
tin tain had been asking the
US. for 1.000.000 tons of steel so
that she can continue her rearm-
ament programme. The U.S.
needs more aluminium and tin.
Britain had loaned the Aluminium
Company of Canada 25.000.0(r0
to help finance expansion plans.
The Truce Supervision Suh- ?d In return she was to recei'c
Commuter al-o recessed until -00,000 tons this year and 220.000
il Ofl a.m. on Tuesday after the <'>"* next year.
Reds strayed rrom the subject to) Sources close (o Churchill, said
accuse the Allies of sending planes thrfl Ihe barter deal would lunn
vi Ihe Red Chinese mainland. I some of this aluminium to the U.S.
The Chinese Mai-Gen. Hsi< h Fang"" relieve the immediate shortage
echoed Radio Peiping\ charge .This would be so on the undei-
that 16 United States plane* on landing that in future years Ihe
Sunday flew over Mukden the in-JU S would ensure lhat Brit.
irtrtMl team winch arrived bare Suiidsy an
against Barbados. January 17.
iiing pr.ctl.e at Kwislnator
Bridgetown Will Get
12 More Street Lamps
dustrinl centre and probable f'htn-
tary headquactert for
Manchiui i
A Far East Alrrorce spokesman
pfTered only this comment "ii Ihe
barge I ran assure you Ihnt the
Par Bust Airforce is confining Its
erial activities to North Korea
Ma). Gen Claude 11 Pen
of the l' N again pressed the
Common Bub-4 .Mimittee to
the ban on pilttati ail -
tructlon du*ng Ihe trued
Aral 'positive indication
'.able ar-

Fang refused on the ground lhat
the AllnM DMuted ln-
Vrth Korean'
ternal affairs tl.P.
U.S. ROVING
AMBASSADOR
WASHINGTON. J.in.
Preaklgnt Truman has nnmln-
led William II Draper, junlo:
Ntl York banker -* Roving
Ambassador In Europe under Ihe
Mutual flacBrlt]
v.r.
I filled.
Sources emphasized
that the agreement dM nol Involve
prices, because essentially, it wn
an exchange of materials rathe
than a purchase.
Reorganising NATO
Big Chance
For CVeallli
Ministers
I lit Own Cmn.|" '
LONDON. Jan 15
Finance Ministers of the Com-
rnset In Ixmdon lo
I. .
ilnd means uf
WUsj F.rprrt*
I.....K
"Their tusk should i
'.rgct. It
-houlil In- I.Hiked upon DOt BUTI-
ptj 1M In the
hour of ftoi'igetii y.
Sreut undertaking of Imperial
evelopment far ton long delay-
ed."
Express says Ministers have
the opporiuniiv lo lam B
their coun-
|
It asks. "Will the) havt lh
South East Asia an,i ihe Middli
East also occupied much of Mr
Churchill's nine. Reorganization)
of NATO will be presented to ihe. pi
next Atlantic Pact Council al Us-|
bod, Portugal, which now may b
iHstponed until late Februuiy.
ih. idea would be to model the
NATO Council on the I' N Se-
curity Council plan.
The NATO Council would meet
"continuously" nt NATO head,
quarters. t'.F

oiih.it ion
which i
the! i

eter-
itie i banco
puts within
ft? Will they from now
I MTU Em-
Dectaion Waitvil Fit
Pin* lusuraiMT Soil i
TUB CITY oi iiiHlo.-ojK,. Bnd its roburfc* will gel
p in' a!K>thi-t 23 recommended l>\
'in Committee >f St, Michael's Vestry cannot
now be erected due to lack of copper wire.
Tins information was disclosed a! yesterday's meeting
of the Vestry when the Clerk read a fettei from the Electric
Company to (he Vestry, slating that they hail completed
their eurvty, and thai they regretted to state that they
could only consider the eftjet
rccomma
IManr Crashes
Into River

Churchill To Leave Soon
LONDON, Jan 14.
Mr Winston Churchill will
leave New York aboard the linn
Queen Mary on Wednesday Jim.
23. his nfllce at No. 10 Downing
Street announced I'.P.
NKW YOHK, Jan .4
A Noitb East Airline, twir
atlgtne plans] with 36 personi
> '-hot tin run*
I >ctal Mwtay and arastMs*
River
At least S3 persons were re i-
cucd immediately by a tug.
The plane was making Its sec-
ond gpprow h to the ntl i
and log which cut risibility.
The craft last gtaaton pi 7 U
a.m. .tiid mridc the Brat I I
"i *.m. t,y radio
with the control Towei
.
ad plowed
Rival ibout
College l"olnt and '
The Convair transport did nof
sink.
The crew of a Coast Guard U>l
which wth h, rushe.1
aa and picked ..
sons immediate);. Foul I
Guard cr;ish boats and two h*J
rcpters Joined ihe i U
U.K. Troops Fight Off
Terrorist Attacks
BRITISH HQRS., Suez Canal Zone. Jan. 14
Egyptian terrorists and British troops fought a three-
hour gun battle in Ismailia last night, along the bullet swept
Gun Alley".
Almost simultaneous attacks were launched on the
R.A.F. Garrison headquarters, while Lancashire Kusilicrs.
guarding the main gate of Lt-Gen. Erskine's Headquarters
In, Anti-tank guns were used to disperse
the terrorists who were firing from buildings along the bank
ajia from the slender minaret of a mosque dominating the
town.
Than were no British casual-
'lies. but an Egyptian ambulance
. rt-as observed visiting houses on
jihe tar side of the Canal from
which Um firing had leen dlrec-
led.
It was thought that the attack
had been launched by student
I members of the "Ubcratlon
Army" reported clandesUnely
The coast Guard said
men and live an
icd, and five pataoni were I
ii
7'/nran Sithmiir.
Reform Plan
toon "f 12 of the :h lights
Originally, the lighting
oaunandad lha instaiu-
iglta m tti<
City and suburban areas, but aftet
with lha
I mpauv Ihe number wn"
to ll
Mi. M-'
Iu aceepl the ofTci of Ihe \2 light*.
rel.....ig them lo tha
diaeu>-ion which lwk plac the
Wilkinson Tops
Si. James Vestry
In St \
date* had bee



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Mi J ll BkrveU, Mi W
V. E- Foatar,
In the i
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In St I
He mi
..... Ml W W I
The i

E K.D Hlnksori \it r I
and Mi Oswald Bcantk burj
il M i
the pOlU 'lb
u-biio two oi the now candidate
Mr. J 11 Bi i Hold) i
.
I. P. I
and <:. R Hul

hm lot ra-cgV l
Mr l I
unaueressful cw
I'm. of Ihe .

R AJJayna, Mi k i
O'Neals an U II
III i. .
'; i. ii i
Pollowini
Coui
lhat fttrtl
'
u which v
the meeting of I
Luck f ( upper
Ock Jot
nie^.m: that t U>

GRENADA,
' occun in
the Bupratna Court Iicre to- bafors Hton J gam R ti. Man-
ning i.- i" banns
wtdespre.nl repercussion it) tfH
Bald of Arc insuram air, Dtm-
i seena T\
i rtnwnt I
Insuranc * unom-i"ily
iralis whose local agents i
He* O. D Brisbane and Sons j tired. They were taken
lor 5.500 which Ihisj letused lo '<' ',','n, Hospital. ll l i Ih-
tasj >,( in-, aouss -it Woburn and
h^Hjaahold smcts '> bnt on
March e la
The BS II
an ran i
i Ml II E. L Hos-
tel). liarnster-at-Law, who is WASHINGTON
Instructed by Mr. A. O. I'ayne. Truman submitted to Congi
bass their refusal '.o Monday hi
Itlon of the policy r#*1rffnlrsllen of tin- indal-ri
whii-h disclaims responsibility du- oati intarnal Revenus Bureau. He Ml '
ring thru rivll eon m >U.,n *ald the plai
Which lha d duri-m vent improper enndii" ||
-i by wav of the Ore
bancSf. ,ernment fmrn the "htSldloui
Mr. r. M. Heniv ho ope". '
... eke,
lle.t Cromwell as the on|y wit- T,"* |,|an wouW *tm,h
- COQtanda that none id '> i-nee." of H*
mentioned
lha i i isntssi of O

ding plant, and
he Vastry
i eoppt i
how ib. i. eh '
j
' | I
lb' thought that ',.
i. i

*ol lb. pr4Hstrl '
- npl
Mi l> . inderl ibe wan
hag that Ihe Tsxal Autfki
charge of Bridgetown wi i
trade rei
H led oui ihi
i.'I in start ni i
i. to do l
mnoi get n* elec
Elections
Mi .i H Wilkinson, with lit vntes. top^ped iht |
1
Mi \\ M wak ill, son of Mr s A
WbW-ou and Mr. C 1
for ihe parish TrW
DC Webel ion The iinsW 11
lulcai Mi a Inrdan Mr Si t" BnirdandMi
S H,
m foui parishes I ft Peter, St i ucj 11
" inn.
Wesl Wan I
Rutktn Plan
Studied
I Mils. Jan. 14
. .
. d i> that R*i
the new 11 nation DUarmar* nl
Ct nuruaalon skwuj adth snj i>ti
in h 1'ioiHisals.
States, Britain i
to ins do natt
political CasncolUea
ni-in .i Ms.lulion iccidling tl
lha Gene I A
, lofSsthar ih.- Co
gaiaakm wtU
P. I n embers, Ihi Ui
i,
i
PU
back by Juno i >
poaata io
aehhrva "regulation. Iimllat' in
-i nf ill

ternatln il
. MM |3 '- I
sure the prohlbtl

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1
lut mi iiuttBtinsj "ii ouuawlni i
Moth lo > Of
i
When ih. < omml Ion raporti
bach a world dtsarftWMSri con
lerenre wumWI \f aaUSd SB '"><-
epeti nude, the terms
>f ihe I -ed on
' I
No*. Ptaa
i plan j
I H nssh i Al Orel V i
11.....i ontalni rt
to tha Wi
i the i 'i

i ru Is set up.
i . .
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Canadian
Dollar
J unijjh
On Bar Wilh V.S.
In
'

M..... M \
luriu ran
6
no* i
pant> In '

k)
Asm
nt .' ill
change corn
trading.
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ant In I
Bef..... i i


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brought IrM I
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Mi J ii Wllkl
Mi 8 A. Walcott 215. Ml W n
Watootl MO, Mi .'Mi.
Mr. A. I, Jordan I
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Stall ISJ Mi. A. i .inhnsen \2.
Mr S M.i Hi. i i-
Baarlas.
SI IVler
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Mi T h*
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I i- Bannl U i Mi i
too \li A A OlU, Mi <. i. .
GUI, Mr |' Wblleheud Mi U V
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SI Inseph
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M ! i .. i .
.f m hi an h Ml i i'
si |(cy
Mr .1 i: t Branch!
v. r v On r i Mi N U
Mi I. I
V. L Ward. Mi I) i
III C H Mr I. I
i'.......... Mr. I I ]l
instill la til ni when at.

II. bad 1 1
baa Rrsl mi than

i plants
.

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"n I'ane 5


i rereign Iroopsswlihli
tut,
The i recent nltu.ilio .
mi doubt interfere Hlth
veliipmrnt f ihe parish
l.ej.ork said. He imiiile
fiirlher that he himself hsd
apldlcntl'in on behalf
wawMl
or
srtaf
ln ed
apafi
riOHII fl
*AnH
rleeirleH
"rt he
1 rapl ' mhing |i
anpany tn

Ettreelor To Study
Maifiifucliu4.' Off
I'api'i' frout BuuM
ratsvanl ,-,llry as %3*U fSZOlx 2T*
avoldini payment
she Truman said
i.ntmg payment
in the nelght:
lha pUlntlsT, U i
clsewhi'"
origin ol
lahn
hood nt
ISJ pfflsSO
*nd the
depend-
i
i Froin r>ui Own Corwwndni
1-ONDON. Jan. 14.
' 'it of bagasse for
newsprint with the eventual e*-
ii..r> of pjiper pulp to England
pan* ! .,,,
ent ot circumMance' of
'he other
sMj
The Di'fence Counsel continued
'Second (Arisen "
DEAL
Redhead who ,,,. wai completely v i
to be examined in Jamaica, when r:ptlan pohi . plus some terror-
Mr H. Alan Wnlker. Managing ,i,t who were altemptina to entet
Director of the V/agrt Indies Sugar | irte Zone from the direction of
Company, arrive* later this month IZaggxik After a brisk exchange
from Indon. 'of tire, the Egyptians withdrew.
! -nterini: the Zone. .
I these "Commandos'
.'' Mlr 'less M
iHcbed. drOVC ofl a force of 20 1 Jhc. m' "' *"?. d'"luI- Th, .. first re
W.
Earle Huphe
1
Mr Walker Mil
the BililasUc Ha win flv lo Ja-i
"m Bermuda.
He expect to Iw In Ihe Island
Miring which time
.
MHlsas of
the devei |.....' Ik sugar
loading
The setting ui
dustrv I require
large ceptt lid for that

likelv
From Jamaica. Mr v
to Trinidad where h.- will spend
mother four weeks discussing
business matters with Carom
my ofnclgls
v.r.
Ex-Police Supt.
Arrestefi
Old Dope Weed
slsied llfeboatmcn's pic:>
'
ihlp and was picked up bv a life-
boat The 3* crewmen, all suffer-
ing from shock nnd sligt *

IMP.

whethf \ir i ompan
I ll
. i !ry gould p"
I insist).-
I
,
ratiiv in seeordancs with M
cock's suggestion.
MKTAI. SKIHTS
I l moval of met a I skirl:.'
St lamps b, tl i
Compaii>. in aecottlanea v.iib the
DOS of St. Mlrl,. I
'
Won frurr. cartaln pei
iraornsthe retv
I i ilies.
Tha Es
mm
V
Rebels Prepare For
New All-Oul Drive
SAIOON, hiiln-Chinii. Jim 14.
n | Conu
rel ei foreoa were buildii ip I 4 an ill-out drlvi 1
the vitiil OOrOnlal Un-hw 1 |o. I i>, .,
>iar
TlMf) ..' -he Vo "
j mlnh troops units, was ni

spi to strength)
tha
covered
Is Inclo-China
To Become
Second Korea?
ll. KIAM 111 Ml HRAV
PAJUSk -In' I l
(s |nd-l bin;. -
Thai 1 u H .

plans Kvwsg sswaW
n W ushlngloi fn ;
1
.
1
uiabir to write u concl
hi thai] bitter Bv<
igauurt ib.


1 1 11.
full-'U.iii .
Inn

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1 nf.-I h ill of u>
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/{raid ley fs
Hopeful Of
KorH'a Peaa
WASHINGTON, Jan. 14



ru. i .Mil nol pa>
.......an of the Jolt
1
lh< Benati

pubtu



utantial bu i I
i iniiii ihe bord

lha inteei
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Hi
I
Ming this Informal
,,.,. .....
f wl
nt threatened that Ih*
Vestry wo remove tin
pelt from I u land : II
.
gj im pace 1
KINGSTON. Jan. 12.

aa out the
[growing plant
|mur i.
The retired Assistant Super-!re*ent years have been .v
ir.tendent of Police, Henry Well-j was started Bed
I n d J.r*ph "--
KiNr;sTOM, Jan
Minute- ol Education were
rested thi-. afternoon 01
defeat public
luatice, arising oui of farm work-
ers tickets to go h> tJa
States. Ball was granted, Malcolm
has already been before tbr
Court on charges connected with
the alleged -ale of tickets. Malcolm, i Police. Substantial rewards

to the (onviction of growers and

ng smuggled '
eonisi om-e i
to makt
rptcla) efT '
plant ,^4CP)
Ship Ready For Carlsen
' WASHINGTON. Jan. 11
Th } (jptain Kur* I
"can have n ship" right now if h< want lo go back to Ihe sen Th<
Board sahd it will charter 'he 10 41 SS Mnlauls Vie* -

I 'irane Board Chairman said
'would be more I I ''arisen is asslgnrd lo
kipper the Hal;;'. iew of Carlsei.
of wanting to M gulekly as possible W0 STS

ruiun
ti.



mert ami




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and thu- dlfllcullISS
..hm |0) il tl'"-;
' '
d Prsnch ouspo U
aid lhat

rOblnf French
i supply route but thai
...
( losse.H
I!

P .I. Colonial High*
'day.
it hand to hand
withdi

t the I
ii'nre-l ff iinixirlinl qu
r ,...' ii..' Ib
Inflltrat-

I
.
t to state as far as the Maritime Board Is coneerne-i I
UNIFICATION


Buatas TlMlW DtnM'.
Il.rrrasr Il3 >\ aag**
ship immediately I'.P.
of the
I
I
ipofl highi

p.p.) r
I .s. Gael. Want
Rubber Control
To Continue
WASHTNOt '
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PAGE TWO
iixRBxnos \nvor\TE
MR,
H ADAMS CJtO
Leadar of the I!
Aasernbly Is ex pert.-, l
today fur Trinidad .
to AmiKii 1j attend :
meeting of (
ege of the Wft
Indies, of which hf a member.
Hon L C Hwuuvi K<

Sftao *ilt
I
CaMUKeU)
CoI1ck< -( th- w i and Hi
Raymond I'm '.!'.

Will il|l>
meeting.
Awaitlnff Ri-.nir. Permit
BACK in Barbadn. for r*
stay after spend"

Mi \v> 9


f II

HekMm
Indefinite Stay
MISS ELSIE I
ir of Cap) r C P*m
Supl of Police and Mr* ParDi
of Turtat Bridie- S<
lOfl fur PUBflO
morning by B.W.I A. .
to the V will rr-
main (01
her uiul> i
of IlruOklwi.
Assistant Matter
JV*K MICHAIL TIMPSON
had boei
Qahih galling
TI'KSDW J.WTXRY IV IKS
Assistant Mast
Lodge School who
ART HUE BONITTO. Jman.- Captain and W A. Farmer. Baitiado*
OaptaJr. (hitting at Srawell Airport n Sunday nlKbt. nhortly After
the JaniHi im' arilv.l
I i 1111
colony if
BWI.A.
returned
from that
(.
Trinidad And Jamaica
Test Pilot
, D
if T.I S
B.O.A.C. Official Intransit
CAI'I J O. H 1.0BLEY. H Ball III
1
1
passenger through B;tr- takon
For "Met." Discussion*
WING COMuK L A EG-
GLESFIH.lt Uirwtor Geo-
i 'ion in th area
'*' V9*l V. [ A for
-ill fly to
?utana to rneit ihe new
Director of Meteorological Ser-
vice* to dl .services Ir.
n.:.m> lie will also meet
RagHtntson Boaid Sur-
. Mr Brown -no
Engaged
E engagement
i anil) Id En*-
ne.li M h L Barnard. H.N., .
Ma>fair and Patricia, widow
Mr G A. McAiidr* '
Wood Farm. Bordon
' Andrew is the 'i.mgh-
tato Sir CharU-- 0 BrW
K CMC. former Governor of
and Lady O'Brien.
IT* marriage will take place
shortly
Visiting Uncle
MK GEOFF TAYLOR of the
National Film B>...
tawa. Canada who has been
Barbados for the past lour week*
visiting his uncle at the Hotel
Windsor is due to return to Can-
by TC A
Mr A P Taylor
regular vlaltof to Barbudoa
winter
Talkinf Point
friendship
Incidental Intelligence
T*AILORS predict a change in
men's suits from the loose*
hangdog t<> lha tight-fitting This
worn GoUm i u ii. Um h
i\.ilure over tin- |r*KUI I. Bad)
SEE THE .
UM4M ill M4IIOSIR1
TRY IT TO-DAY
i it n ii 101 i
RICH IN PROTEIN.
BRAIN
THE FOOD FOR
AND NERVE
KMI'ROTK. a concentrated food composed of milk powders.
skimmed and full i ..i> cioked and processed
National and barley flours, soluble casein and pr-parcd
wheat germ has bees designed to provide in a palatable form a
particularly nourishing food beverage, rich in WOMBS, the
. n< :ple of food so neeess-rv for the building up
of the nerve and body tissues and the maintenance of health
i ..
TRY A TINVOl'XL FEEL TIIE DIFFERENCE
Mtt DaWJON SAYERS.
Mechanical Engine*

IV.
"" : bados yesterday bv BWI.A. en
Martinique moan Trim-
' ,l""'1 dad
Month's Holiday ,'. t'snJSTS
Mr v C BCOTT Assistant ,. p.,,,,..*^, lM
U -,-, Combemen ayfth B.O.A.C and B.W.I A.
School who had been in Trini- Cspl. Lobley previously paid a
dad OH a month's holiday return- vug| ,,, Barbados for a few days
Sunday afternoon during the latter pa" of IBM.
iftiheill of Highways in
Transport Hew to Trinidad ove
the week-end by B.WJ.A. on
Psnrt visit. He is exported t
return within a few davs
It is usuWrstood thai vhan H
Sayen rgtumi bs arlU than i-- ad
going on a business v. r B.W I A
maica.
Back To School
MH l LEE I.OY of the Ar-
.oihits Department of
W. I : Island! streamed p. w I A I"..t T o| Bpagfl Hew in OS p
urnament betwean vvi^k- from X, |ay morning f
Z"l J"" B*rbldul '" i nd yestertaj a liy B.W I A on a routine visit He !J: ',
vaelerday afternoon at th.- Rock- for UM ns which u a guest at Tin- Hotel Boyal
nlry Club. f.
Routine Visit
In Honour Of Golf Team
SCHOX >L
"*HK Hi.st game
toumanii'pt ,
A and BarbM

ley Golf .
After the game a Cocktail Par-
ty. which irlly aftei
six o'clock, was held m lha clul
house in nonoui .(
Then will bs anothai I
tail Party in nonoui of the irned n< Tnnidad davg with his ramlly Is due to re- Cabaret. . 19 Rvlio wri,
"_ w'* ?*>""* 1<-'' todays on HWIA Mrs. tuiti Jo Canada to-COOm* B-r-i rraa. BrtaBv s cu .
game This will u> held at Peggy Gfh batttl known to his M "" Waa*. no wn th c^rnon.
: ,', "'.';' .Ml '"") dauh "t Mrs. sSfta friend* bs "Chinf > Wolojlfl %** %" V'mfi^fLvHS?
Ntorgan, -High cuff ciub Mor- o*D lats Hr An- of ih.> Sobio on Co <( Raglr-
gan HoaO. ares ODtmnell. Saskal
Barbadian Geologist
Lett Over Thr Week-end
MK GHF.Y AUSTIN, son of Mr. 0. Wl,
bin Btsrrlvata Austin
E who had boon Who irrlvod hon OB December
aSoli bonoytnoon In 19th t gpand the Christmas noli- __
Tnnidad days with his family Is due to re- c.btr.
\i. Canada to-morrow
BY THE WY...../fv Apaeaoaasaer
A COMMITTEE
of scienlisls Mown to pieces m n.,
should u> appointed at ODOO, slorms. Not so. The liouuding no/, n
without ev.n stopping to wlpo 'i(|iie was so low In the mui th.it
their month to inquire int.. the lt^ framework wa
cause and atOCl M .. cow's tfM mall*
escapade. Wp 'n(| mud-bath afi
The "* w Iked up 17fl steps i f WlthOTBOdgl I Will .i
a spiral Mairease to the top or ., L>it o' th.it rotten o|e im<
150-ft. monument. A witness "It didn't turn a hair." Why should |ne cal*B dinner, an' the last bit of
it" AnotbOf arltni i I thai the .mchnr's gorn. but what do we-
lt wagged its tail Why shouldn'1 wanl of a
n' I'nifc sor Joblwlotte of the ,i couple 0* bulldorers lo get us
Montpelltcr Institute once k- iln." Hi-ar Admll
eight cows ' the top of the I Iff
Tower The> *< re milke,) up t.
Han BV01 hi*
new pelf
i know .i OaMj girl
">e hxed to her
.. kuiu "i so. ret
When the champagno wai
oul Roma --I it trickled
taken home
Setmm f wild
there, and the milk tasted of
rilsed fereobellum Wl
Welt. then.
Thk i lUkklng ugseatlon (bal
it' lies should
,
finger, and h-lil Boon. "Anything to liven things
it up. A and op." % the actress said wl
oki bl. i "i caugr
taker's Bdvke "Distmborfc yor- tn ibc LcobuekeL I i*>-ik tonra
.l/i iiitlmniliibU- Mmt/un-n
rtOd lan : that the S
Mrs. Flobster would h.,v.
self. )i..ditl:i;il.
id' cop tis "
ll\'li-riii in uhfVtinri'
CROSSWORD
-i *l I 4 '* F"

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" T*
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ii running or, rather,
i ommi-iit.ii y on a televised
How 'in populace a
with delight when, afii
i c nUBUtl ! nmi-i.liilit> ., Iii
Itant i ..at lowan
i -i think hi1-, v.*,
I in vo
love-yi
bel touched lha pawn
moving has -, |
again nor yeo-on, ihui b
thinking hard again, id
elbow's on the edge of the tabl
now he's coming in fast be
Q| the h.illet versn.n of
11 ui ruur-M ii Uappro*. (&-
\i Nutning iNvn the iouiikt *.
* uJ !n Uoui (Si
. i ih'f-.uitauc ooat iSl
i . t i i dir copper iSi
I.O.I in iSi turn imriiw (31
I p.iii iS>
. Lainoa err nim-,> ippen il
i, H.dr in SnM i:. m i
: I llir BOB) t-WODfl 'lp>a. (Si
Jl H-itp .our n;ng i4)
ill
I |M '' ,., '
SliruD Ir-im Noel iIi-bi |B|
ini-pii Hum nii-ii iiiwii H
do.* (at mi a plena of Doan
Ji> B 1'ipt- I'
Ueciarauon noi soundiiia oo
in Uan m-nr- i, i-iii- nami-
11 I uir-oi (or curia iBi
l rr.-nc;. .
B i> i- tsar.
*i Loiiiuiete aoiiertioo i3
aoiuiiot- it iw<
AirvH I -u
lin-Hl l| Nar 12 i.,t
'_ *" "L Br.l-
* r*n 11 Bcw. >
j4 Nuwi i6"""-5
A I ttTPtl 'S ran uk id \ there
was no noticeable b
......nee <>f a ballet
.
mlng un-
l


i

produced
The whole foyer will
ittend ptt
Is your
..
of hi- stall will |
thing. i
In fsYf gjoi world
A MAN who had ah
V recall
!
be rul off. W)'
.
ml
II could be
>m |j the bill ws not
...id. If the lull
had in do
the gas eff. befire connOCUhg It
i race,
|- am vtndicato I at saH Mans
i : think that mv
IhO drink-
r troin the aUn-
, r-iciv f.-.lery
nut the Othei day a Clalety girl
t. Id how. ui 1SMW. a Kusslau
| tiom hr*.-
* ipuer. After that, it seems n
tefu hej '
ll he left 1) (
paw
HORNIMAN'S
TEA
FLOWERED SAMBA SPUN, 36 in. at $1.69 per yard.
\n Beautiful Designs and Colours.
WAFFLE PIQUE, 36 in. at.................$1.63 per yard
In Grey, Dark Blue, Light Blue, Pink, Dark Green,
Light Green, Gold, Lemon. ...............
. . $1 68 per yard.
FLOWERED TAFFETA. 36 in. at
T. R. EVANS & WHITFIELDS
Dial 4220
YOUR SHOE STORES
Dial 4606
ART SILK
STOCKINGS
$1.00
2 pn. fo
ANKLE SOCKS
$1.00
for

rV,*..-,',',*,',-,
V,'.',-,*V,.v'*'
WVWi
lH K IHUI III IUHSS"
Starring RALPH BYBD
IIIIIHKIVs
PLASTIC BELTS
.23
each
JUST OPENED
New
Evening Dresses
RITISH (
1ERG0UGNAN
TYIIES
Dependable Performance
'luir recommendation
*. NEW TYPF' HEAVY DtJIY CIAM
O 1. Y M P I C
TODAY TOMORROW 4 30 A 1 ,
RKO ACTION DOUBLE
ISIHiS 4CISI"
MMlin llll MllOlt
DOUGLAS FAIRBANKS. Jr
MAUKF.EN OIIARA
Wldat i
tyre foi
lundl'.ii
i -. paIMn
all types
i.l unparalleled depth, i

*l Rrp-iblii
8
THURSDAY ONLY 4 30 I 16
< Serial
lilt K I KM 1 HI IIIIISN
and
Etening Rags
THE MOMRN
DRESS SIIOPPE
Broad Street
"SILENT SAFETY
neu and smoothness in r
Ing. Irfmg noi,-kid llfa
CAR TYRE. Unexcelled quiet-
Faster, safer corner-
II O \ \
TO DAY Laat 3 Show-
Ve hno tn> o1I.^mti# bUi
32 x 6
32 x 6/5
34 x 7
as x 7j
30 x S
gg
500
BM
475/18
450
550
0 tu ha v i,.t 2 Bbowa 4.48 B.I5
>; JAOKIE robinhoN an nim-alf
llll J4CKII
KOIIISSOS
PLANTATIONS LTD.
*itm
RUBY DEE MINOR WATSON
Tomorrow 0 Wad. 4 30 ft S 15
DUNCAN IIT.N A I.DU
LEO CAR ILL O
In
llll Y ALIA* I
HOWBRL
and
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FRANK LOUEJOT
KATHLEEN RYAN


TUESDAY. JANUARY II. 1KI
BVRBAIMi- WIWKATI
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Ktuiw R tlrlfm tn il' mm* ' '*
tifin Mawd tmpurtt *
latp.iMiL-* utiht>tivd ni.'V urfrhciimiik
th.-. and psu*v > and umtul iumia.
bod*, pimple* and comma* U d.wrd.r*.
Clark* Bl.'.-d Misuse* t lp IB |H*rti>
ihr hlood. dmMI lh* y. am*
hi rciitrine n-ml health.
POOHOn*** *' !
'Door Opened For Higher
On Probulioii PdT
'Hud' l-ani:ii;i::
SeoweU
L.S. Sugar I'riec
Mr. G. D. Griffith. Acting PoUci
Mai!i-str..t<- of District "A" yester-
.... placed HUUp V-. dv of Brit-
t, i. ii.ii Si MlcbMl, on proUi-
ttoB for II months In Ihe lum of
i: I 2 n> kin tin pMoa anal be
or good behmvLuui
for using IrMcwnt IllgHMt on
Hiillona Hill, oil JWHUn 13
j || UrColHn told
the court thai Um defendant hi i
merited th.it n ' Uoni foi lutnfl
nod th,. door, but Ladortnt language.
' by Ui.- hinge*- in clc, .________________
i a sharp n,i ri'JM-
TarpauUm Stale*
' '' let .
NEW YORK adopUd li. mi, '' AIM, II
An .UlboriUUV. ;l. ,., l:'M '''" i
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uJhJd i llincha.t fc Cp.ny. "" M~?L."'il" ."S." 1"'k
. lk ri ,. ,,* Whlch tinl* V' ' 1''. I''", I*', l,'' '> u'- >-1 '"
-,!.* will, u K-..,I. '""*"> '" maintain Hi,- i, Tliui.,,.,, .! B r
William IJIK'iiiJ'ili *-'Iv.,..|i thi- price ,,f 11 is in? prupvri
Men BMW- ff ""' "" .....'""""'
hip i omptnr, and Raul Knagp, C4"* "'" '' during inc
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il ,! w,iiu aarva '" o**'- ls5'
mcmili l Furthar Acting
Hig Cuban (Juola For World Market
NEW YORK
A SHARP INCREASE in U.S. aigsW pnen is lunl',-
u. nlly predicted in New York following ihc announcement
by Mr. Charles Brannan. U.S. Secretary of Agriculture.
putting the official estimate of US. sugar consumption m
1952 al 7.700.000 Ions
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Fu/thei Evidence Taken
In Murder Case
bo intorMf -i Um CartbbM i "nicn " ln/Ix "
Ot h.. .ufnp.ni " 9 M "'""f -
ir-Kluce such book Thi* Prt "' "uld hiive been ret|uirrd 'or.
m :, n .t,.inhlp. Police Magifctr-I. Dl K-'i-
Tim' current wholesale prKC Oi m the CMe l>rutnt by ln.-petoi
i ;i. i 'I.-, c. sjrtinm-i agftlMl Carlton Brow-
i 57 oaMi par B tx w mi Dooi
the level ifquircd to be con- on a charge vl murchtr'nK Norm.i
sidcred in making th lion and Ls below the level of on September 7. 1951. at tin- G*r-
H 40 ci Qtl p.'t lb. which exisle.1 at den Land. St. Michael. Mr. W W.
tht end ol price control. Reece. Ki_\, Solicitor General, ap-
rurthermnre. 11 i> no*- clearly pfarcd for I i
thai cost* ol producing l. a Williams. barrWer-at-law
M and sugar carat as evi- for [, defence. The hearmit of
WWOd I LndOM "f piict-- lhl. (h;uge w;i& adjourned until
pay and other dat;i have to-morrow it 10 ;i.m when fm th-
tlv that .ignincant evidence *ill Ih- t-ken
the -----------------------------
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SHREET LAMPS
v I rum IMir I
i- of the Veslry strongly
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Letter by the complainant WB*
VoaU) upaad \
i.pi> in ihe Bectrlc Cotapan]
taUng thai lb*] bdlMd increaeTi
itliaj put up which prlCCI <>i iaw and refined
would picvent street lamps from art tHKoaaar] i"
reflecting on the road rot the r.|uiibiv m.unu
ectmg
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in*. |.in.ii,
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EXHIBITIONS AWARDED
however Rlggl
hart me rcrtciH.n troa traaj
aibletl it rtwdent. that
person wm
room
'(rolfito' Diw Jan. IH
riomarho sugar industry." The St. Mwhael'a Vi
Accordingly, .i neaaiUve allow-t^.i K yoatcnUy lllled tw
. l 40(l.ono short inn.s, raw rahiO, vi am et which occurred at Ihe
hi made WJ I e tlin! Li ,,l|(1 ,. : ,t\ lt.,m <(l st M
T" "rarni.ii ,uoates that U.S
ufBi ti 1952 "ill
th< :.;..'
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write-- c fT'-ct
'n^o ton*
ol
tans
T I Mi-
ll eft.
& evei l)ig i i ..ii crop.
:ie foroca < 11 l
more, and *h,. H crop." I
area* which mnply ihe tad
She will be leaving f , . to
.fternoon for Tn- tOOJ
The PMOCh S^ kn-'.-. DOB- Cub will DJ I......,000 'e *" facing the Advtx e-
MKiiert to M 'i V tunes & ton.' ol ugar to dispose of in ihe Circulatir.,) Depanmen1 for
Co. Hi! .nil from f/orld m.nkrt |[er annual world B>0
Trinidad l' U sail for market salts usually run to -nly Thai
Kngland. nbbut 2.000,000 tons. B.U.r.
n,e U QiaOll
ma here from Soui-
1
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M..H1U* H>
Girls' School. .-. i
1,111 Tin ..*uin, wire mfHf* i""" Anita
'tin1 Ihc |; rdod to
"" iSe Vaatry, and dation of the Headmistress, the
'!> Kxhlbltions tu
B. Hows
A KUiK. i>oUi of whom are already
the School, and wh"
were The next two m line on IV
fffasef lllocke I
10,0OQ,d06-THEN
UP COMES OIL
vesterdaj
k
blocked haU of th.. road ana bro-
ken bottle <" atrawri om UM
other half of um i
Some cartons conwlning empty
two-pint bottles slid off the lorry.
The jlngliui; .rash" Ihr bottle
mad* as they struck Ihe giound
alarmed people In nearby offices
The broken pieces of boltle VOrfl
BOOB removed.
Srhoom'r W.HvkfMl
On Hiiiit:* To
N\ i'sl I cd if-
UONUt'N
A t>n> schooner Nellie ll> water
loputed ii ba lha kaat al u.
,i laj uliOai thing, a/a
i .If the coasl off South Devon b)
one i>f id.- ., ..I
Brlutm for H year5. The ship. \
four woman and firl aboard
going to the West Indies if take
part -o .t rUm. The Captain's 17-
year-old daughter and n scuman
re baUoved tj have |>ef>n tlrown-
ed, but Ihe re priiuht ashore al Plymouth
,in Admiralty lug.Vl'J*.
.li'i'iiW in tint*
For ih> Crop
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BARBADOS \DVOCATF
TIT.SDIY. JWVARV 19 IM1
BARBADOS ^ADVrOfrfTE
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TVaaaggrjr, I ..nii.it \ 15. 1952
PIOM I It WOIIK
LAST Saturday the London Daily Ex-
press commented on the resentment which
manufacturer <>( the United States
were feohnp against the successful inva-
Untish bicycles into the markets nj
the United States. The next step, warned
the txpresk. would be the imposition of a
heavy tariff on British bicycles entering
the United States This, commented the
Express, would be quite proper because
home industries must always be protected
against foreign. But the moral for the
United Kingdom was clear. Britain could
not expect In earn dollars by selling bicy-
cles to the United States at the expense of
American bicycle manufacturers. There-
fore, concluded the Express, Britain should
give up hopes of balancing her trade deficits
in the American market and concentrati-
on the markets of the Commonwealth.
The experience of British bicycles points
amoral fur the West Indies. Jamaica. Trini-
dad and Barbados have all approved legis-
lation to aid pioneer industries apparently
in the rsopag i.f attracting capital to the
West Indies from the United Kingdom and
other countries. They are all finding that
the passage of bills is m>t sulticient induce-
ment and that colonial Income Tax Legisla-
tion does nut free outside investors from
theoblgiations of the income tax legislation
of their own countries. The position with
regard tr investors from the United King-
dom has already been noticed by the
Regional Economic Committee und by the
West Indian Chambers of Commerce.
It is indeed a very strange position in
which the West Indies find themselves, and
in Barbados the full significance of the posi-
tion is only appreciated by a few. That is
because the moral of the British bicycles
entering the United States and competing
with American bicycles had not been
learnt before the Pioneer Bills were paus-
ed. Pioneer industries to be successful in
the West Indies must produce and manu-
fafeirfl goodl which are now largely pro-
duced and manufactured in the United
Kingdom. Ef West Indian pioneer indus-
trial are successful thay will reduce pro-
portionately the output of factories which
now produce those goods in the United
Kingdom. Less goods produced in the
United Kingdom will reduce wages paid
by the factories which are producing less
goods.
And the British Government will receive
correspondingly less revenue and income
tax from decreased British production. It
is therefore unreasonable for West Indian
Governments to ask the British Govern-
ment to lose not only the revenue and in-
come tax that must be lust through de-
creased production and decreased wages,
but also to deprive itself of the privileges
of recouping that loss through normal taxa-
tion of companies or investors operating in
the British West Indies.
During the wars 1914-18 and 1H39-45 the
British Government needed money so des-
perately that it issued loans the income
from which was free ot British Income Tax
to residents abroad. Comparatively large
sums in those securities are to-day held by
persons and companies residing in the
British West Indies. Even larger sums
would have been invested at those periods
had the United Kingdom Government gone
cap in hand {as the West Indian Chambers
Commerce and the Regional Economic
Committee would like their Governments
to go to the United Kingdom government
to-day) and begged West Indian Govern-
ments to exempt their investors in United
Kingdom War loans from paying local West
Indian Income taxes. It is not difficult to
imagine what reply West Indian Govern-
ments would have made to any such re-
quests.
The whole subject of aid to Pioneer In-
dustries seems to have received inadequate
attention from West Indian governments
generally. The islands do nut act together.
but independently in their race to "get in
Artt**: the interests of the United Kingdom
manufacturers and of the British Treasury
appear to have been completely overlook-
ed: and in Barbados where the subject was
first introduced in the Press with the
specific intention of giving aid to known
Canadian investors willing to build a hun-
dred-room luxury hotel, a Bill has been
introduced which gives no aid to hotels.
A great deal more pioneer work is ne-
cessary if the Government of Barbados is
to benefit from the Pioneer Bill passed last
HOW CALMLY WE
SAIL THROUGH SUEZ!
* From ttw liner Oreade* PETER DUFFIELD
ninth triumphantly, tranquilly open for bmtine.'
The fighters
WHATEVER Mws-boOaun
uaa (ran
his headquarlei* on We wi I
bank of lht> Sum lo-daycoum
on one thing standing consistent!'
L-.ii
The s.ic/ Canal itIf tba 83-
ear-otd 5;.ooo,ooo
red
i our
manning the small craft
n> ji our huge all-white ii
tirade yellow funnel.
We hung expectantly over the
chip's rails ** we glided into sight
*( town.
A bumboat rowed out to meet
us The three dusky Egyptians
ipondent
Hew the Egyptian Mug. three
white stars and a white crescent
moon on solid green. On our
. iH.i ,;ivwli '1- Kt ..... >. .ll-mh,!,- Im*r nor *""'* aa
mi.
iind-rargo link between Britav
and more than half l <
mon wealthlies wide tranquuV
rind triumphantly open.
This transcendent Middle
Eastern fact M almost obscured
i icni Egyptian- i
aajptng sboottng and sabotage
It emerges if you happen tn
tourney aboard any of luindni
nti-rnntional *hin* pi vim1
I M< i ti
i i
irt Uiat bustnaai shlpj
ijor paaacngei -( our hugf. .u-white liner, our '
ralln
tunnel.
Sue/
i us for our plao
irh.
\ll>lrrilT
W^ an asoara toe orcae.
Sht u oi itt.wu ions | ine oin-
teaa, snip Lu-aa> uMng iiic Lanai/
I.IU i.L- II .....I- lOI
rum tilbury wnn *<..
.....I ': in Brf '
I "Hylic Mrs. McPherson" shout- P-tjgjr tgg,
ihioug,. .. rolling, rucking bay o.B'l ""'' K*yrrti-n "hOW much to.
n-Chnstmai u-u.'-IVtsnip*-
Olbraltar, a wintry* e re not m a sellers' but a
.imsiina* in Naples and a buyer* maraSH. JjJ
aladiurranaan to gaaiareu)
ggypCsga.
a Biff)
But if was Britain, Hnm,>i nil
tHf urny.
All di.y long small but BianUt-
ant symbols of British atfengtl)
In the Canal Zone war* in gtrl-
na seraern of .he
Di'caslonal Jet-ngnter ftll^eri
through our porUholc
As we moved from the Great
Hitter Lake into the last lcng
tntcll '' UN Canal, our 28.000-
ton ship was "escorted." -.11 UN
way in Sue/ b> twothrr--
ton armoured can. the oral
(waring two men. DM
"nee men of the Hoyal Armour-
ed Corps. laki- an enormointy
i punl moving la
'liames rock, we carried on a
-muting match with them from
mir *hip-to-hore distance of "fty
ranis. Every mile or two groups
Mulish Servicemen. mostly
paratrooper*, gave us ex, i too
aves or the wolf-whistle to tut
! HI W/\DOW 0\ FLttT 8WBST
New Brains' Will Keep
You Happy At Work
By TREVOR EVANS
ON the first day of the New Year I nomin-
i ate my Man of the Year for 1952. I mean
within Britain itself
His name' Sir WALTER MONCKTON. the |
UlnittM of Labour and National Service.
You would have found it hard yesterday
| i ami- BMQtli ned in places where
"en talk politics.
All the. talk was about HARRY CROOK-
'IWR, the man who will stand in for
UKCIIIIX at Cabinet meetings, and of
(It HARD Al SJEN BVTLER, the Chancel-
lor, who is not, after all, named uffictallti as
Na 3 in the Tory hierarchy. There are plenty
It- Buller- and tu pass on speculations
: it perhapa U wasn't Churchill but Wash-
ngton-bound ANTHONY EDEN who urged
re claims of Utility Crookshank against Am-
utinus Butler.
Rut the Klory "' Cronkshank and the dis- i!j
Barbados Annual Review
3/- por copy
Oil suit- 111 llli
Advocate Stationery
: VAyx/V/wv/w-v/ww.'/v.'-
in i^>
omrnented <-!
passenger return, ng
from his rettlval of Britain
"u-ii'i all tht'lr wioet ssmafitn
oii-ou from rhetn."
gloomy thui Groucho's gag
writer would probably write of it:
"The old gray mare nostrum-
she ain't what she used to be."
Th.n we came to l*ort Said,
Mediterranean entrance to the
Canal. To anyone fanuli.i
AS WE dreamed moodily ol
^L toothy. tu*k> elephants mad
and -"Ui an ivory, of lo'
uowdei lorm, of
Jusi routine
Y\7'TH the faintest swish
of the Canal, the Oreadea kIi .mfiture of Butler are transitory things.
Monckton. on the other hand, blessed by no
a ntroversial past, has been awarded the
rrodaJl of noon* will from all sorts of quarters
*i r his approach to his job. He has the whole
.tar to justify and consolidate his prestige.
He is now forming his own private brains
'rust. He heads as good a permanent team of
. .-il servants as you will find throughout
Whitehall, but he may well break away from
m in handling the intricate labour prob-
lems of 1952.
And if he succeeds, as I think he will?
Why. Britain will have had a peaceful year
- with no major strikes.
One's friendliest railway train is a purely
crsunal choice. For years mine was the
ne between Manchester and London, either
ay, any time.
There were always friends on board. And
rW ttw friendliest train is ripped and torn
sluggish watan '' controversy all because the Railway
thui we. Mode
what iL lake.)
Id, catch, 'am, I
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|>tf
. i notion* puu., .-.,,... w, ..I,-
ueace-time (or pre-Anglo- J^ ^ ^ Qflw^ ^ on into the Red Se.
Egyptian crisls-llme) passagea vuaon4| miirrl|(,. an<| ,,f im Sn|l^
Um
itx- th.
ugh the Sue/ Cat
I.
I'm I
i enormoush
Less than six month-
were two methods of I
Port Said. One was to walk
ashore, see the sights, vimi Um
CJihuiets. comb the waterfront
shops. The other, to slay aboard
and banfl over the gbip1 ralL
shouting and haggling with
swarms of Egyptian boatmen
rn.inninK junks ladSfl with colour-
carved elephants, fancy
h.indhags, myriads of sandals,
wi.tches, fountain pant, tarbusbei
shirt' wallet*. DUI I "
UjlaillHl IHIivad lealher-work aO
dear to the UHlrist baart and >
csenllnl to Egyptian ciontimy.
To-day there Is no "doill F> l
Said. British passenger-llnpr!-
HO lOngM ii'*-up nt the Biain
waterfront- British paSSat
longer go ashore.
Onanelal col
n.nrnt'\ .i> iinplilely "ruulmt
*,.d io-day marks the begrimung ' Lkafa\lasS j!^*Z
of an austerity canal voyage ,.H .,. ,,., --.,., health and polite 'view of U
It is an austerity that affecu 1' ^ n>m>u* l""1 EaypuaM arc as normal. Ma>.
I( .> ..i. tl^H-..., ..... '* ne port town. Simon Arit, the ,,Tizimnrm u.,th nact |r.n* m lack
the passengers only shghtly ] ,,..,,,,,, jj"gJStoTbbou. P
I'lir only special antl-sabotag<
1111 i'lecaution taken, the dosing ol
3.000 in .i single BabUday [ow*r portholes. N- blackmg-
morning) had green -huttart out. no fliearms Issued.
W. leave .i Canal where tht
I BOp "ii vital bank is safe in Biiti.l
i 11 nade. The i>.ilm '.i
.
The daya i>f Porl
frta, 'Woaeotno Btrangaa
hlthai town were *ure|y nujnbtrOd.
Ann so io No. t oiling barth,
ni-i Insida the canal Maalfi where
. no FjV.i'llll 1 lllllll
Royal
hands, and serene for the ship-
ping of all nations. Where Ion*
lines of Nlssen huts and the indi-
vidual pyramids of British tent.'
lav quietly in the wintei sun
vhah the Egyptian Army He*
tnpolently half on one side of the
the dUbM
(0 hcl
TO.ill
WM Canal, hall
, ,. And slighll> .h..iii.-f;n-.-dU -
>a -?o !.-,.. ,.1 -- -- leave the groups ol British sol-
' escort our one
, ...i. irlrlna in Egvnt.
rfffBN, the 100-mlla trip
UlroUgh the Canal Itself.
High oh OresiWa lorcmist we
shout
TN lucky people Hall vour
lack cltillans."
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L.E.S.
Ol II HI All! US SAY:
Ptlblir llrolth
o rh MlNr, T'ie AawoMft
8UU- Mlu lbbeiw
i lulive
\o \iilitnutli*tiliim
i heck on Communism In Malaya.
Indo-Chln.i. and Hong Kong.
To Tlie Edifor, The Advcat, I feel suie Great Britain's con-
S1H. JiVith regard lo a sugges- tubutloti m the "war to uphold Iho
tion I noticed in Mr, Cuke's JUSUCO of freedom-loving coun-
Blood Donors in ,^.,1 Dtctrt I th,-.l 400 l'e" ref-.-rred lo by your com-
ol the Advt>eale re- ^^ subscribers be added and -|>mW-nl >- at lr..>l proproptlenab
.gain ol Uie urgent ^ lhtdding ^ brought in, U. that of the United States
" may I be allowed space to say it's America. 1 know one Officer Who
better to have 400 dissatisfied has been on active service in th-
paid people in a community than British Army continuously slut-
should not only give -> pint of >n"
blood to an individual patient but__
deep freeies
ni -ii For -
ot fublic
B.irbiMtoa.
comprehensive achei
Health education (0
misery
__ars ago, dinners
ruined when stoves went off etc.
AgL*sSfijEtni
meat in a world shortage
- aw loti
Mild
You. sir.
niost generous in BllOcaUng space
in your paper to matters afTertini;
public health. But UBlaM IhOf" why not try raising the money
nail am typbotd anra i,*,,nv (or no* uanaiallng equip-
how rarely do we see tnfomta- ment, on a guarantee of 5"S
tive notes or articles emanating interest and no nationalisation for
from official sources Why Is 35 years. Surely the Labou
than this lark -t PllgManmanl Government
regarding such a vitally import- (or
Yours,
R W R OLIVER (Col )
' HarcUr-.
St. Lawrrnce Gap.
Christ Church.
I2ih January, 1052.
THf th,,n \ >,i-1111,11
nUact as health'
Col Muhciin baa org
, M.-1U-IH l*ublic Relations Scr-
I depaitmeut
time '" others u> follow Mi
kwdl
A. R. SAN. 1 '
I lib January, 1B32
Talkvn' Parkm''
To the Editor, the Adrocoie,
SIR.The problems facing uw
motorist in Bridgetown haai n
compamon with the algtUmare
hazards met by the pedestrl;
1 The Editor. The Adeocate
SIR,1 was very pleased
lien 1 read w*at the Dean had
rtnd better use preached about last Sunday; the
buikUng another 1st Sunday of the Epiphany.
and technical schools. He said In part that even
than In buying the electric com- layman should examine himself
pany bearing in nmul the fact and lead a Spiritual life In this
...is . .-i-i. New Yeai espeelalb those art*
in U.K. has Increased Ita ChargM In the past Year have not lived
10 |ha publref "P ,0 mark I thorouflhly agre<-
"ilh these remailu and mmlu
uu particular stress on exam-
ining ourselves and making n
fresh start.
13th January. IS32.
Hritnin l/-i In hon-a
To The Editor. The Adeoealc
llninany tltormighfare* no pave- tympaUn foi
menu exist and tn ptherfl tbatt
ltli 1* totally inadequate
ie surface brokiii and um
1 am very glad that the Dean ,
him laken this matter up as a
Sill.I toHv endorse the sent1.- whole as it will no doubt, bene-1
ment of WOUf ..i u-s|>omieM who the pt^ple of this beautiful
,M..ie .1 lei :ei published in today's fnd happy island of ours, and
Advocate 1 m devp ,m' n|v *y to do this
ANTIGUA CROP STARTS
(Krom Our Own Correspondent)
ANTIGUA, Jan. 14.
VIGOROUS cane cutting throunhout
Antigua over the past three days enabled
Ugua Sugar Factory ofncially to
: Hiding a bumper crop at 6 a.m.
with aOO tons piled in the-yard.
Pi pita \ rssive rainfall the quality of
UM juice is higher than at the beginning
uf last year's crop.
USA in
unionism Ih Ke
the *!*'' istance of God-
Korea. Thanking yuu for space ami
. eve'13 m -JS! ci,ch lh*' rackets of the top State servants ?
However 1 was prompted to e>e of all our people, rich and
rite rou b rsell ... to mia has pe alike.
To add to these arawbocks thi' been BBU "I fhe larg* contribution
d the bein| mad. to the ataM eaaaw -Stt^Uaga- Worthu1grAYLOK"
Christ Church,
Other morning in .1 ftrw yarns of h) Brtueh and lommonwealln
,au..l pavemeM .pace in a bus> rorees In h - law iiij.
hoi.pmg street were aa folio*- group of the Uttei which Include
ne Urge dustbtm fai.-s.ML > made --p primanly Congrutututum*
crate* Vhandcart. a lady seated the British array, wtth troops from
i a stool with .1 trav of fru^t Canaoa, Autrah. India and New ;0 . d,tur ,he Adi f.ont of her; two bkyelaa ftdsti The llnl.sh A.my ha, SIR.-Pleaae allow me to off.
opped together agan.M the r/al L'^viVtor ly.iungP"luL,l,,,ni to Mr K*bri
bicycle with front Wheel \, U, v ., .. ^ ihu|1 ^ S(
,.->,
rtop and N.ck wheel en W ^ ."^J^, **n Michael Combined -
irmled acro-w the pavemen". trtMl these count ne are in tn- t,lcbralion of twenty-nine year'
I reTpeop -Tftting on paveme- "- W "' hwd muMe'1 wo,k ,n w ^
fou7 groups frmn tWO to tow '; r^^fn wh,fh h" reB,1>' -dded "'
Lennie^ Some with largo trayi ^^^LlSSto^taT^Saar. m!tM u,eor ** co--"* -"
*; their head, enryrn in tangtht * -J SfanSn^eSTS '^S^J^L a^'C ?
nd absorbing chatter. irl, ,. Tlaa Mrnlral ""rk -"!d to fc"P choir in Uain-
we. was recent- "'' ^'rT^?^? y.Wr> r*qutw.
-.xccutive has asked passengers to raise the
mrests to give an extra seat a side in the
impartment.
Some irate passengers who have paid a
tilling for a reserved seat have told the
UthorltlN : "If we share our seats we want
11 or part of our shilling back, according
> how tightly we have to squeeze."
Imagine Solomon, the Rebate Inspector.
.-'iipsiiii; along the full length of the Man-
unian with his tape measure, handing out
l-.ps announcing his judgments^penny for
:i small child, tuppence for a school boy. up
to a shilling for the portly' types.
The inspector will at least have time for
his job. The Manchester-London train now
likes* 3 hours 50 minutes- -35 minutes longer
than in 1939.
INFLAMMABLE
It was tactless rathe* attempt to explain. Aneurin Bevan
* a week-end party, because I knew a Har-.
Icy-street consultant was in the company. |
llcvan, I said, was not against success, but
against privilege. That did it.
A long time later the irate consultant
.uli* tins forecast : In ten years there will
bfl no genera] practitionersonly diagnos-
IdaJtt, Thry won't treat patients, only sug-
;est which hospital, or specialist, they should
attend.
"UnlCM, lu qualified, "there are drastic
lunge.s soon. And there'll have to be to
induce students to become general prac-
it loners."
TARGET
As I stepped into my railway carriage
ccently one woman was telling another with
leep vigour : "Yes. she's the most unpopular
.voman in our parish."
There was a momentary silence as they
"urtively weighed me up. But they couldn't
.irop the subject.
I guessed the identity of their unnamed
t nuet before the end of the next sentence.
"It is bad enough," pursued Blue Hat. "to
be without warmth, but to be given 'sauce'
when you apply for a supplementary allo-
ation is a bit thick.
"M isn't so much what she says, but it's
; the sneer in her eyes. And I've noticed she
.jets hoity-toity with anyone with four bed-
rooms or more."
There will, I feel, be no Miss Fuel Office
Of 1952.
PAY-PACKETS
Do you know your way around the pay I
A nine-
pangre White-paper out recently sets the 1
poser : Which of these bag the biggest job ?
la) SIR MILES THOMAS, who gets 7,600 ^
and 1.000 allowances as chairman of British
Overseas Airways Corporation, plus "over-
rMg visits, special large-scale entertainments j
1 'id car and chauffeur" ?
SIR HUBERT HOl'LDSWORTII.'
National Coal Board chairmanship
Leatherclolh
In Wonderful (nlours. .
IDEAL lor
inlrrior Pram
rovfriii|!.\
piinci (
kiddies' Table-
liips and (hairs
GUARANTEED AGAINST CIACUNC Mil
12 MONTHS & EAST 10 kill' (LEAR!
Da Costa & Co., Ltd.
By
ROYAL
DECREE
A
Very Fine Sherrr
m Rill M IIM Kl 1
Dutf Gordon & Co. of iKf Rujsl Anr* o* Sp-in
&/, Asm
DA COSTA CO., LTD
P.O. BOX 10 .. BRIDi
mWE THIS
WBBK
town gfls undvr way can we
hiivo lot^i i>f '''ilkers'1 partt u>
^cll as car park* so that th
with nnlhing Ix-tlpr \ I
i. ...
irrvenUna
ibe o\srtttn Ihe nan I
hnrk'trr and *< "n an i
MAKK WAV PI I ASK
Hth Januarv, 1952.
I
1 g r. pareevcrancr. and
>nr Unite.1 State* for commanding ^ST^i-J^ .q "' .
ace of Allied shlp-< ^'v >t-*m,nstrated on the 3oth
tan Watct* last year. Deeember when the chou- render-
t-u an exxUeni programnij ol
be rOnetlaa that beautiful Chriitnus music at
1. iloln and rrance are Queen's Park which a Lively and
maintaining a great number of happy audience thoroughly en-
l't;hting men in the Far East in joyed from -tart to flnlah.
sven though in HKItESFORD DtTlROWES.
:e spectacular way. by keeping 10th January, 1962.
gives him 7.500 and 1.000 and discretion
to use "up to 5.000" for corporate hospital-
ity and entertainment by the Board ?
My answer is (b).
(c) LORD CITRINE, chairman ol the
British Electricity Authority, who gets
8.500 and 2.500 "for the Central Authority
as a whole" ? or
(dl LORD IIURCOMB. wIn. draws 7.000
Of the 8,500 to which he is entitled as chair- 1
man of the British Transport Commission,
bul has charge of 4.000 in allowances for
1 the commission as a whole ? L.E.S.
Xn.h.ir Buller
Anchor D.vjp. Milk.
Anrhor Milk Powder
1 HLKFSK-:
Sloul |lls
stoui gaga
t'arrs Craekei
l.lhl
:< iwr Bollix
IV lMT Bottlr
> SI 4 p*r It"
Tilt I Mil.
K.XSY TO
imciiht:
<>\ Tunicur
ggdgkal Reel
Irt Ham
aalggal
Moncole Suup
, .iulillier In tins
Kruwel -I'l'mi- In llt>
PetM PoU Pea
li-.il '. line Peas
Asp* rag ih.
Matuniuuae
r SMACKS
hi ixxi:ss
i'hom GODDARD'S n kuvei


TIES1UV JANl'AKY IS. IS!
BARBADOS ADVOf \TF
PAC.F. FIVE
St. Michael's Vestry Congratulated On I nopposed Return
C.J. Postpones Re-trial Incimmd Price Of Milk
Of Shop-breaking Case ^mkhred By Vestry
{.hmmitteee Appointed
- i RIVD Dean Ilazlrwood. Chairman of Si
viday congratulate.! n
: being returned UDOPpo& tnd txborted tha
: and punctual duru.u this n
M in| his congratulation:., the Chairman said that
hi their return for another year was a token o(
the confidence ol the public and an expression of Mlhrff-
rati payttl in their ability to run the affairs
of the parish. He was sure that they would continue to
H 'xl of the community.
for relief from
Larceny Case
Struck Out
I I d Ihiil ill


I ceed itn MM
.: i m Mdl*j it often
turned up
.
MMBbtfl during tin A decision ot h>lu< M
t-ffort ic> be Mr. Q- B. Griffith, win \ |
victual, and extend- itie Judges Lf the Assistant Court
i.' [w pro*- of Appeal. Mr. H. A. Vaughan nd
IW1. Mr. A. J. H. HanscheU \
i on when the Juditc> struck out n c*s"
I V.Mry. and lh..nkeo the Police brought again*! Errol.
the Chairman for hla kind re- Wright, charging him wiv- i
mart a gold writ watch TI.,
' Method of making Magistrate htd dltmld ih- ease
I the various Boards but the Judges struck It on
I '< inmittccs of the Ve try. through want Of jurisdiction.
I member* are al- The complaint had beer.
Mm for longer periods, made out. It left out. "... in the
n.inbcrs not given parish of St. Michael." Mr George
nullity, wa-. criticised by Farmer appeared on behalf of
Mr. .1 N. Hewitt when the matter Wright.
r>f appointments came up at yes- Wright had DOM .ncused ui
meeting of the St. Mic- stealing the watch from Edwin
Clarke of Sandy 1-iine. St. James.
OB November 5 last year.
Cbrke said that he went to the
Koxy Theatre on November ."? and
when he parked hit car he forgot
watch in the pocket of It Whan
nc he returned, the w .ten wag mltv
'"" ing. He reported the mitter la "ie
"'<> FVihec
PC. Leslie Davis of the BUM
Rock Sub Station who was He-
ailed to Inveetlgats tbt cam told
ihe court that when he ail I
Roxy the nluht when ||

Th* Hon a Lord Chief Jasiic* Sn Allan Coilyraor* at Ike
r 0 la *< rday postponed the rrtnal of t*e caw
i whtca T pJU'u. Clark' i charged by tha Police with akaay-
:-akiug -ivine of the Court ot Oiand Seaalsa la
foi d nu-iiig the lory the Hon'Me the Cant JuUc said.
Tii m to bar? been a retrial of this case ttalu aaaaton Foi
w decided that the case be poatpoued unit) the
'I.. ^f tbi. ccrt. *id 'ail i* available for Ml |
Ot await hi* retrial ui pri-ou.
-Yon id not Uri.fore be called upon to tarn anyth.-.
m Uu. cans Uu* -on Yon may go mow with thr thank' of lb*
island for jgm -rvic^s. but far other ieaeaa which may arwo Una
Court will I i d'cnnicri until Monday. January 21
| .oi A tire Jury d-hb,r!-J for tw and a
I railed f> agree w.'mhri *t> year-old Thsophilus Clarke
t i leaking 'ito the "hep of Hy*I p Sl*mi*:v
*ltnat*d at *!->d*ld' Road. at. Mlcha-I. on Jnti* U
Counsel n lbs cass wore Mr. llmdaraon Clara? 10. lor tha
aoctu.d a.. U r I rn!4 fer lb' Crswn. Th; caaa was heard
before the Honblr Mr Justice O L Taylor
Many Antiques For
Tourists On Sale
. I'PI.U'ATION t> Mr C W Sputiun l
tm prtO 1 in.Ik supplied h\ linn t- the
i Mktl ml wu poatounaid wto Um mntti
raay*i mMUng i f Uu Vi itrj
i was ;ippx in ted 10 o into khf BUttd with
a VUr* i ndatlOaafl |0 tlM \' '
(' i i ol tin- Churchwaj

th- two QunrdlaVH ^rid Mr. B A



nllli i
by Ci

hulk
VESTRY
^LECTIONS
fr.u
I
Si. Andrew
Mr. s. \v Banjamin, M

i'i. Mi G L i a M
fSfMr, Mi L D G ill, M| t. A

Mr H .V
Mambei oi th
ounselled Ihe V-
ii,i advfa-
att all avallabh
nl \ now paid to] um hJUoa
COOt of milk when Um M M. M^ 1,.,, |
h how- Mi T Bowruuj ..i. ^
ntlmatad in- inMntwn to Bnthwalto, M>. f. C I
vote for an incraaat on tho contract Mr. A | B vv a
price
'i .
tun of Date System
Mr. Hewitt termed me preset)
i uaihj
roJaUV* to th*- appointment*
fell tnat appointments to the \
I Committal ab
..id Uiat ihajr
all MCtad by the rale-payers o'
and il m then dut>
to MffVl H portth as well and a>
ably ^ts Ihey possibly could.
,K'"' 'ftcSi-cal- hurt been m.d. he -k.
M ,-,-.:,:. ..( imMiicaa done by the ,|m,lnB nther, wll(.,hei ,. Ml(..,
Vestry wa* through its Boards and .nvii,int >1 teb and
m. and said that mem- WVlrhl denied knowinr
. i only h-vc an oppor- ,bo,.t .t H* discoverer tl
tunit) to serve the |H*ople by using u.ri,,,,,rd ,
Print of Feed
Hon. Mi. V. COaf
that a go i ^iiould ba
ap|Kiinted to go into
i.iicfulU. and said that there m
i the rafter a
l|M Roy
inmrwi'tfam he r
brought i
i '
: .'ihinent when it came
i DommatloM to t h < i irkw
II M..I....I thai year after year br0uKht the case agalnt Wr>"h
mbon of tno vartoui Boardi
. nd Ci>Miinittev> *ere relumed.
'hcrcfore felt thot such a
dould not continue. He
"iberoerved
on i Commlttoa for five years in
succession, it was quite enough.
Uld mnior member.* should be Two decisions cf Police
opportunity to kaun the (rate Mr. a. w. Ltarpai *
work In order that too} too might terday continued by the J
their bast to the com- (he Assistant Court ot Appeal. Mr.
munity. He would tlieielore sug- H. A. Vaughan and Mr. A. J. H
hould be a change Hanschell. Mr. Harper hart g.vcn
i the sytem of nuiking appoint- judgment for Beatrice Kb
TOURISTS visitinc Barbados darlnfl tl> coming tour-
ist season will have a large quantity ..: antiques and locally
made articles to choose from. Local antiqui
are well stocked
At GorrinKes' Antique Shop. Upper Ba> Street, s.me jo doubt thai the pi .
of .he flvM diamond, and antique jewehy , Ih. Ud j - -Jj
can bo seen. Some of th silver pieces date Horn 1700 1)M- could >U1| ltl aIli i:
and plain baskets, a large uuan- table and work out what increase
On display la a beaut'' I hand- :,t, ,,r |,( .n, fTe felt \i.h n .
mall aomnUttee went into th
- Kh riHommendations it
ree,
conunlUae would have ail ihe
necessary facts before then n
Ml it wai fab ihel iho* I.....Id
ir i Ml M
/ U. Ml. i Mi \ W A !.
Mi < it HiiiHifoi.i Mi
i a beaut
de Dubun piece daten 'TH made elothlnf foj i hlldren, wool- imall
There I eleo an old Hiutia ice km arUclea eu
i trod ,.,.'..
i. oine 111 piece and ^jnu* Kras^. .. work
!3o ounces. There <* also bead necklaces ash
:, Georaa HI teapot made by Wll- pottery. Uu
Mam Bateman. chin aJfl
Another eh.n.o QOOffSM 111 M|l m -u-k It IhC Bell H-l|
1739 Teapotc Irom HOB In a Ml ribe Ihe*
George 111 cabinet, fljcthrli
fnm. Hon. V. i
\ii r. c. i i1
J K c Grannum, M
Hewitt. Mi 11 .
E. D. MattM) M C I' M
Smihiioim- kl| \ i
Mi H A hides. M
Wealherhead and all T V
Mi I le.
St TlllaI
Mi ii
Reaw Mi k Bandltord U
i M Collins, Mi \ I
" i> OIU, Mt J r n........ m
s. A. Walcott, Mi w :
. Mil Mr D, a w
t'hrisl Church
Mi G. C. Ward. Mr f t (;,,i
p Hj I
/ie Mi II St i; Ward. Mi A ,
ASTHMA
one small tablet arts
quickly and effectively !
TNI- ahdhVaMM ircatmcDi lor A.ihma ao
vunpk-. m sjaatat, m aahnfml AU vou da is
.wal>>- m >knoai
ksuiwdui.K I | ; MMSJBj heslsag
BBsaa amldt ) iehBMd on reaching the uontach
and ii.il lojjsaolve Ihe gcrm-ladcn *> umulaUoat liKh vungcsl
al tubes
Ihi. BChMBaMM) lulan^cd prct>araiion brings the boon of easy
breathing, and ha* the adrtii>onal advaatage of safeguarding the
ininrt tioin the dread of thine >uJJm nerve-racking onaauigfau.
Then i- inching t.< Tear MMB RpaWMM lahlM an- M hand!
Thcti" h nothing to mk.i. itoihmit M BMSSS 1-phaznne has
vtKCcrdcd in ae \-\ Atiht. Hi >n>hil> and Bionihul I'atanh
Mssth r"**i"u'l* MMMd hupcles* What il ha* done mt others,
it ma J" hi me '
FOR ASTHMA AND BRONCHITIS TAKE
G3IEE0CD
1
talS Sf all rssjittarce rMili
i a iivota. t. mm iid.
PO lw
$
hlneee mum--. Help n
Tiirl lire also ,,f ,>, f,
DECISIONS
OONPfRMEI)
bound,
Pakln
Than II larasj number of
(leorge 111 snuff bones and some
very good pa-tun dm* i a
4 i court hee iU ba
Pewi Let) > pamUni on panel
i, an old Htm of the
. veiite.-nth tenturv and . neck-
..tjgis- ( r of line blue sapphires.
Wood Carving.
A vei> attractive place Is the _
carved In peai <"i Wf rhUe Um
GrTnuni Gibbon, one of tin- tn-
srood carvem of the Charles
lieriod. This carving
Um
le

Lull In Schnomer
Trade After XmaM
li Mot
it put forward b
Hoa Mr i: ile hinted to Uu Vai>
the OMnmitwe/i lennm
i.v the
Vosti
'fTecl
Tabu \i
Vf-X

iioooeci ^ >
k bi maw i i
ui 11 m onoonert n
: :
p <
iSe.'dufmf 'Ihe-'lan g_0> *" **
Ma.. Gelfl Firsl Cklf
The Judge* of the A
I \ti II A
VttUghai.....| Mi A I 11 11..i.
' "i srlu tii
! -i
A. W. llaiper that Chailes Cel-
ntry, st PhlUp,
1 evei v year, one or two gast Poinl. St. Philip, in .i ease ,
mbers replace some of Sydney Parris of the same di-u 1.1 --i ounog issa ftahrassm ysajtjnMj
mbers. brought against her claiming m) "*",Tf ,l!*> '" '
Mr A. It Toppl,, and Mr. [!. A. U |g M. He also gave her |ud|. old rtanch eandelahras^ fain- nws n ( he SCbOO.
Weetberbead ajgo favoured the ,ent in a case she brought agalnsi ous in France, dated 1820 old '" ^.bdos f th.
' dvtag the junior mom- mmi and his wife claiming H ndnere' lamps, and an.early Enjj- ,P2ilrh;,mU! k" -u ,k-
bers an opportunity to serve on Pam. Is a shopkeeper nnd *h cut-glass four-foot celling M CtuMUnse ha mid, the
rarloua Committees and KnignV wa also S 6nopkeeper. chanrtelie. are all at Oorrtnig ;h'l\ J"a aft lo. vart..... Amu-i.,,,, nad |<....... Il
did Hid thai thai WOrC l2m."mimed Ihat since knwht -M' X^*?^"" *t ^iLCS^'^SJ^1^^^ W ta Au*" '
quIU prepared to resign from nv had .toppe,! keeping a shop, she Adrnrofe hat he recetves a new for H.rbados T I.. MaM It, Me W1[lt . .,.,., ,.
Roar, or OcnmdthM In order tha, hud rrcS!S goods from him. ff^L^^^TZ.SS: 1'S 5SSe- JfflJL J 3 a?* '. "' " ....... ">' '" "-<
II of Ha. i I. D
WH n entitle,! I' I si.ibtV,,,,.
which were ln n dom ., ..-,, n i
praparli of l^uhaj A^ntatroni ol Mr n
Sn Roadi
a hi
I'.m.im im... Mi
Mi C. in Mi M
and Mi T N Ptarci
SI. John
Mi C C Gemenldce
dec 0*Naalf Hon'bae >.
M) B : i
t; Bunpaon, \ii m M .
N. Cb ii.IN i
Mi W 1. I|a
Ml C N It.-..
si Qsjonre
HcaVble 0. n I. Pile \i. a c
Oorbtft Mr a ii Gorii
c L i. Bealr. Mi m a i
on mi W a ^.
a a Dougua, Mi
Mr I) Jordan an,
Si Phil
it Oarnoi M
A. T Matte
a Junior member might ba given Knight told the Court tha
nopportui had only had goods to Ihe value oi
When the nppolntment* were J3.92. but before she had stoppe.
itar, tin mo
nd Mr. i>. a latneoi k
H T
' th* Committees in favour
"' Mr Hewitt and Mr. T. W
W*.(bur> PSIIIIH '.I>.fr.
Mr r n MaUlas Mi II A Tudor
* - l'r-1- M. J W llril| |l>d
M T W UIUm
M. r D Motua? and Mi M A Tudor
Mr r C Goddard .nd Mr
H n l^trork. Jnr
R-.rri.M>Hix I. ih. Ul-^au .-<
Mr H A Tudr In i'|,r-viil tha
Vttrv. Mr T. K. Pplrrr and M- c* A
W mm m in* rathadral
r... ...I -m ,. I.
r ttreior. Tji^ n,,, < -i.
I Mr n <; i
Barbados. Some of them buy his lyn D R." arc in Ilia h Gtuana
to -ell gjaln in shops In A moo,; them cargm
- \. and Canada. wood, charciM.1 and little h ill
Ha
i would bn . the pro
Mavf-ra. Mr. f
Rhaete Mi
n SIC Wesrima Mr a i
Idire. ^Tr D hi !' - Mi I P
Ml I vv, i ,
,,t t Kwell
The balance, she
Judgment wa givt
both cases.
ild
0--- rtk iiibhwi
k
m ii a
I V r I) M"lllev.
MilW Mr V t*ha* Mr
-. Mr A R Tnpfllli.
h, rl .nd Mr J W
l.< *.,.! I.IBBHII
Tli- attMla Vrato any 5 I
1
Bahalar* r
G
keeping her shop. Parris and htt ,,,. ( .,.,. . Bagbadoe three ,,,, ^ brought up
wife had credited goods from her V(.tis .(Rn , WiM.,tt.rshire. Smaller s.l,,..,.....
When Parris a iha owed him. she sug- urics. he gives valuations on ar-
gesie-l that us he owed her more Ue\n um\ kMnUA< ' ''' '
lhan she owed him. he should de- Mr frt>rringes said that hla
duet it and pav her the b dance antlQUe ibop is well known
f3.37 throughout the world Three
hei in vi*.11'- ago when I '
i i. the majority of Barba-
dians were not antiuue minded
Thev ,re getting so now', he "
isjd.
At Princs Gift Shop In the
Aquatic Club yard, there is a
large variety of eastern g,..-l-
This shop was opened about a
month ago and It u run by Mr
David Gorrlngca and his wile
ii., ,,., ..f Mi Victot CJoi-
md i chip of the eld
bliN'k
wi
ihi
POCKET CARTOON
by OSUHKI LANCASTRR
Mi e n m^i
Mr T
n A Wwnh*r-
d. Mi V CTiaaa
r ti A Tudor.
D O I
Wafl even i; Wi
rtoMM Hood did la
rnoatfOC'te fnU one
mkole lot ot dinm V
be! hr new aod '
ehleh arriv.
h light charcoal from bM
Lucia ami fru
ind St Vino.
pectod I
end at the month
In port "Tiniotin
A. II. Vancluytman'' was dtachi n
ng firewood, ihe V.it w,.i
ood and charcoal Hold hi;
called from BrtttBh Oufall i
Mr Cheeseman em--
schooner tradr- to le h
i-arly February
If grew US
borth to In altn I dwell told

ml two i ih. m Vln< ird I'I
lni|iiir\ Atlj.Mrriicd
slances surroundirik 'he di aU) rd
timing il,.'. rOovt mment iMi
talion to graze and bad DOt found s' Mlchaal
Mi. in on rcturnini Ha arani to 'antmry 2\ by Coronei r.
' at the 1)1 (il, t
Armstrong who had removed then, M.I^inl
hi,i who gave him one call H. ''"
lol.l Al ...... ,|..... II-.'. .,
om- calf tedhei fen ''","
ti if of the value of Ihe other calf.
S24
Planter*Call* For
Sugar Ana' Ram
Januai ^ 1 od < roverni Mt)
Ihi i u the Cb ceaied sai'
that her dauglit-i i. (1
-- - at (iovtMiimriit Hill. St Michael
M A* m.ttcd to j m walk w,motlmp dartug thl
' "wHI '""..... .,fe..,.-.n of January 7 Later sh-
'""> had hap- besrd someone say that her daugh-
* a as dead
Whole of Ihe second calf BS the She Iden'tfle-t the hodv to Dr
aaveerneni twell \ B Cato who performed a i#'
I th( item examination al the I'uhli.
given to him rl iary
Lampshade* The Harrison liner SS PI
He has in stock all types of Mc arrived at Ban-
lampshades of various colours day evening; I
end designs the prices of which .ugr and rum for London.
are from $5 upwards. He also rianWe js egnrtPHtrj I
ha- many old stamps, oriental Oa Cosla Ar Co. Ltu
nod Chinese mahogany set Lighter* of sugar wei
panaaa SaUuma ware. for the PUmee wheat I ,
- On sale are many Indian an- rived, but the ship did not I
- ,IK,i"3 'u load until this inonuni
aearVM and ,,.. w,.lp W(,lklI1(( ,, .
te.dav morning loadlnsj thg light- *
I :
JuaI Reeefved
a frt'sh s!ii[nwnt of
IM IIIW MIOWS
adjourned unl
er K
A" Poll
,. Mi J M M-. a. mi ii i: r.
.cap*.
Tlw CTi
i.--i,.i -~.it..
'...... Oassa
,...,,.,..,
embroider."d kimonos.
, ivld riorrmges said that
, . to atldl io eastern
i
n Brbadoi
In the Aquatic Club yard
Ii the Mayfati Gift Shop This
, ,.. ..( local
Lmib L It..-ley's Shop
lb. has a
....

Of the most beautiful
. In the island can be
. Woman1 Self h*|p '
ciatlon In Brood Street. Thi
larsja number of attractive
> n.nhogany trays and boxes.
Hand paintings and aouvenii
books of the Island, native doll!
It's School time
Again !
GIVE THE CHILDREN
THE BEST
Order from
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and
Boys
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Mith two sepiirnle rollurs, eoul si\'e.
All eseellmt bu\ at the pri. e I , It
RHAKJ siiiuts
( Mam MttiMlwd with nice slnidi-. and made In
MaasJ (|tialil> uialerial Two pri*.-. Karh
TOWKI.LIM. SPOKT SHIRTS
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CENTS <>. inv nun is si,,-, s M Lug*. P.
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PAOt SIX
RVRRADOS ADVOCATE
TlESDAY. JANUARY 15. 1I5J
CLASSIFIED ADS.
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NOTICE
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raudrne n*ai Ai-rw.: .1*. Mi K
* 411 crlotlt thi, l!.-ri.ooii lac lp>
H BrrOurn B-om aad Bft
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f
IN MEMORIAM
rd I tn good
lo I Kir*
play. Dmvi
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OR "All >* RIM
AKfllHUI S*i*'.vU Villa*.
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tBATT. Wrll-ronatructru H atiiiarc
iv 14 H Ion*. aultabia tor U-r-pr
owl pm. ot Horaa Bom Baal <" !
pap * 00 accepted Pot vii.im
Apptr Ralph Beard. Lowar Bar

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vnCWAJITVILLB'-A __
.1* at Rklr>. Chriat ChuMb. aUadi..*
II IM fret of land r'.andlnp
10m lb* Publn Bead to iha M.
T"> iMHMt ConWini drawUta and dli'in*
.,.,* 3 beelroern*. Bltaban etc alretrie-
, and eavariuneni water inaUlldd. Bar-
nil raufei 111 yard.
Inaprrtion by appMBBnent ,u *
ui>da'al|ned
Th. ...npertf UI W -I ,. tor
, PutiHt Cam pel 11 ton at our OWif
Ml St.eet. Orld-etown. on PrMay
d' iral.nl al ) pm
YE Aft WOOD BOYCX
rnt txi
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TlUa apfrtKnlinti -nl be tonal.
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l>il A OB Tuf-adl
Police Notice
1
near* Att im. 1 n< iirretn f noun W all pareara
. _>n. eitato rlifh. . In tore-1 tn -n> Ibn. ~,--.tmri!-n.-a. 111
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vaMftu-i " T '
II n al the **.*,,)*,,* OWlae Publ., I
nd,r..-n. beta IM 4th da. -I March NN. mi order that tuck ciat* ,
HiiT1 on and ranked acceding lo Itaa iiilun and nrtorm ihttrl
,' | an nr iain.- i' -.id i
l-latnli" I SAIMT CLAIH (TSJ mflATri I
i......a.-l< WA1.IVII MIAMtUl Wl > .1
SBLMA l ITIIUX'. ml PATTIMOK
.r parrrl of land lormc'.
......I Km- ** - **!" !?-' MUM
MKM>|n4| by d.iwui.m...
1 rMM lw..t* -i ! nflria pf(r "
". ic Idc nl J. A Ulttooa on Um- South or. a public road a.
-> piiMkr rood and on >
Mmi*f M IW a*"* l7 -*" "< >U>ld BCONUl.V All. THAT <-UI'
BMMt ar MfPtt td Uaafl Mtuato al ni> Croat Hoad* In lba> id paHah of Sair
rUMtnTwH* if ....... Mntawairig bi -d.noa.-rrrorni on. road thirty .lab
baa Plantation oa land- now ci 1-1. M ^"J*" "" ",
uMW Td ar howrici rtn. Umi ai" ">.> -but and aau.d TMiRDl-T AlX TilA
^ ipatt of lara-r -r uf U-l Iomvi, -a Jontm
M rood Ira parchr* .hlch aa fur-wrly part at Oi
-aid panah of alnl Philip -nd lln
Pour acrra f- luuda
."U'mll *1 HI 11......
On* lalfr auoat-nHallv bulrl two
i.utu* aaarkat. .Madtn* .- " -}
f| of land will Irnnlaa* o> l "
duii-btr a* a guaat houar or bond
PTK-ad to -II Apa>*. Id lA-<> *
..ce inquired foi
lea Porefa Appii
i ma 10 nd 2-
I.
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,V .11 HMiO Jtin. on Tr\
day. IBtii
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Comm 'i

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MA.SE tlM.
H V TBXOA la aaaartod Iv Haul ad
Auatrollad fan for Trinidad. Barba-
toa. Bermuda aptly January and amv-
aboul k&arrh SHU
hi Had
cargo arcaptad on .hraugh Bill, ol
UI..1 with tranahipmant
f^r Britlth G,......- Windw-rd and Ia*B-
.! HH-bj
funhar p-.U.ul.fB apall M-
PUFWfaW, WITHV A Co.. IJd
TRINIDAD.
III.
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11AFUIADOS
,.,opt Carg. ~d '*""* '"'

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*:
Vlnear.1. Orrnada and Aruba
.; >ao IMh Inat.
Th. M V DAEBWOOD" will
1 Dm.....' ! "* <
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Ai..b.
. nn
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Mar-rAATtOH iOtC
Conabtna* TrW No. .
SAOUENAY TERMINALS
' !>- .1
of M>* ral-
jrl
<.i. l-nda ad aiapnan.. Cl.il>
I Atlamby d*v-"1 and on ihc public load or I.......
ut ..1 mi bound POVKTMl-V AIJ- TUAT cart-ln pkaca or p-nt;
1 larpar am. of land known a. Tank Plaid wMcfa.J^W*
1 ho land* uf Kirtora PkantaUon. aUuato in tha aaMl pan-h ol B
.1 ui.ii rl aloraald conlainlnd by admraaursairnt two roods ana and ar ran-Ian lb
,hbt.U .InnSn. and boundU On Und. now orlat. o. AdaLjJd
. ida mm ut lair of onr Mr Brathwalla on l-nda fonna.l> of lha a-tat
1 K..aad bul now of tha >d Walter frar-u Hrrca and Maim. t-aUiia- 1
. ('..tinaiLi. -iut un raail In Conunaat Of fldwarrr alar ir>r a-aia may "**
. ,4., uw anma paay abi.l -nd buund ana
Tparvrl <-f i-nd "-' " M-.chArld In tha
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From Halifax. VS.. and Montreal.
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Top liovk. Ciirl.l
Thorch, stimaing on 22.uoo
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L.."lufMxJ Prio IC5.DWI.
Irfr#T ld/rori,d'
tror it*'-nl'- ...
S If not safpd but M-f-hlna S
A s.h.iKin plf-aar write lor ^
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Which Mafcrft
^ GODS WAY OF |
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Tri and, B.w.i.
Pure hr.'d 3 vciirs old
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do 11
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TirSDAY. J.YWARY 15. 15
a\Rn\no \n\o< \ti
p\r.F
HENRV
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BLONDIE
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THE LONE RANGER
BY FRANK STRIKER
"1WS IS ^K "TUIMC ttXJBE AN UggT^Rt
TCMT3
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BY FRANK ROBBINS
_ KWMNC TOV-. ANTx
riMsee / ruu *>'/
JOHNNY ANP TN ANOWf
4AVff f PCM AAKAuCNu Af Aft r.
anp N*.it*n whom mot
mm kucp f< yuc wmttu.
*tf POHf* ANP U FZttmtV
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ri'tNi INVtCTKJN ON TKiB
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A
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YOUR
HEALTH!!
^T WINCARNIS
TONIC
WINE
ASSIST YOU TO GUARD IT
BUY A BOTTLE TO-DAY.
IT PAYS YOU TO DEAL HERE
SPECIAL offers to all Cash and Credit Customers for Monday to Wednesday only
SI'M IAI. UI'IEDS arr mm ini.ilbl- iTl our llniiirlirw Twcen-.idf.
S|n ithltow anil Siun Nu-i-i-i
u.u.11. now Usually Now
Boxes Turkish Delight 91 Tm3 Wal,.s 0xford Sausages 69
Tins Raspberries 77 7 O
Peanuts (Per lb.) 38 M Pkas Jac- Cream Ctackets 49 M
Pkgs. Lux Flakes 26 'i'l Tins Classic Cleanser 24 21
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HXIHIAOOS ADVOCATE
TUESDAY. JANUARY IS, 152
Three W's Trounce Tasmania Bowling
3[
w \Lcorr:
WOHKELL:
WEEKES:
186
160
66
HOW I I It
it mil
IIAKOIJ) MIA)
SYDNEY. Jan. 14.
IN A HURRICANE OF HaTTlNc;. the Weal IhcIkV
tl rec W's came back into form at Laurie* '
when ihry iimMiisil the Tasmnman bowUnfl t" the tune
tit 4.{i. for tin*
_______________________,-------------- Walcott hit it tremendous IN
but esen so was briefly outshone
VS arid pulled to
< 00.
miwi ni ite
swept h BON to 1M"
Mil
Altogether it was a triumphant
day. anil rinse* hopes of ;> ((real
victory in the PIN
LVdoe \\ in I si
Golf Match
Against TMuil
.- golfers have started
mad con-

G.if Club
.
match wa> the Ibur-baU i>csi ball
p with hi
aggregni.' of 15
-

not yet in then

ground ," -in "|-
rnr golfcra wi
Messed
very UttlC Kind I (oaring,
.
-( mtiitntitii
I \-*\M\ HI -I IMHI
TASMANIA I.I INNINC*
i i.
IXvVlK''
M>r>i*f4aai run (
<..,..i i ir>- uv> *nU
ni -i fvini- M I.


I
:ini| K. Iluntf tn;.i
.,nl .
1 tktrl
\*IA1.Y*I
Tl,..rn
B. Wybrvw and K.
I Cotlkas
'''* i_
M to win
match without i m,,.
For this match th<
three point F Morgan Mrmi
. .
mod*
i n pbell and i -
J Gollard __
i hi i
in the i the
t.f Um ninth hole Un R wlleon The other ladles gameMrs.
Hi fnlvn and llrs. Hi 11
i *dos again*! Tn- nua Hrl J Ueatmi and Mrs
nidad took 1 ktrokc-s to epfW Hyde 'Trinidad, crniw -< Icstf-
the free i. HmJM also led
ip at ths end ol I the singles will be
hole Ifjaintl U Trtnldadian peii |
Jamaicans
At The Nets
The thirteen Jamaica player.
turned out for practice at 2 SO
p.m. yesterday. TtaSJ I | h!ng>
....
i the
eral conditions.
Pace howlers Stan Goodridge
and Roy Miller gradually work-
ed up some good pare OoOd*
ridge moved the new ball out-
wards and cut the old ball back
from the oft.
Miller'', deliveries gained con
ikterable Ban "fl tha pitch and
ii to a good length.
Of the batamen the crowd
pleased with the easy grace of
1 h -n|tU>,
WEST INDIES CAPTAIN JOHN OODDARD bowled l.y MllW
i on December 31 last.
'Jl in the Fourth Tet in atelboi

England Win
Fourth Test
KAMPt'R, India. Jan 14
England defeated India today
:. .tttf nki'i In the fourth
i i i lit tour and th1
i he gartea. The I
I drawn and one remain*
be | I
winning posit i"
poon iMMM the last thr-
Indian bat-inen thi*
the addition of 32 in
This left England
for victory and the* \
off in li.nKi tin i
I All V- HI..
Hilton's six for 01 In I
India's second innings gave him .
the match figures of nine fo IM I
Tom Grevi tH of BW
TO England runs. The llnal score-
board read England 203 and 70
(M (WO, India 121 and 15B. 'CP
nng for
djffOUl in favour
a wi\m:ii
Hi Ho Disqualified In First Regatta
(Bj Oiir XacktfM ClilHl|lllSll| "oad. "h h,s gP"1-
HI HI I. dd| by Fl ink Proverbs v,huh returned ;/>; Jj1,,,*
In meniK 11"^ season was ver> unlorlunale in striking Ui , ,. ....... ,lr. Al
Umlav when the 1902 yaelitui.. Mason opf-'M .
,. i... R.B.Y.C Regatta -ihe Mrted first jj.J h i << by hai Mm Dooal
. mm hpj^r uS -
qualified.
She Hid the three Inns in two hours, 1U u nutus arni ,; v
i. acond whllo Rascal, skippered by George Stoute, I dm was one hour.
winch defeated her. did the race in two hours, six minutes ">
and 44 seconds. Perhaps Um dmsI intcrestitn:
Mouto uaSCi hi< Rood gtKxl ai R/igue she kept ahead of ., the "D" Class.
Resoluu- ihe others. !): tuna fo* UM racj must take thli opportu&H)
In Uv "ne hour. 39 nUnuteg and SO oottact a statement I made
Sunday. Hurricane, skippered by
it to a Seagull |an Gab .
tlOfl. Fit" I ' I'ete: liu ,
KJi li | ivter's place 1 would was racing. Thl
Ihe start .ept to ace Gerald ,-j bar ffow tertlni on Una I
ng with Rascal fa sad of m Qannat maa- vas not imjntinnnnii| and even
<>nt ail tha **] mind In I overtake four boats and .r he wanted to i doubt whetim
,.>-..I when Di i I'at Fletcher
i ii minuter mif flu wind was WOuld have allowed him to do y>
n' ol hat favo She -lid the .lt that stage.
Mischief did U< a odi tiom. SR ndnutes and
41 seemds. This late iteii prevented Hurn-
Magwin. skippered by William iam r
came fourth. Madness, skippered h> 'Corfcia*1
ilthough making her debut, was WOO BbjO did the ran'
beat hi Mi it"- In one hour, is minutes. 3 sae-
i .i tune which was bettei
lh.,n some in the Intermedia*
Few HlflM
EalfaJhely poor." Tuai was
Ihe way In wbleh reference was
Sfj termedlate Class.
t thai thr rarmg Was | not even half f I
bgrted, Ski|>py '
qunlilled. leaving three
Ivan Pi rkini skipper of Ed
txtri Htaty a
.it Van
Bdrll did the Due.
db> ,nP hour. 21 minutes and 42 *e~-
in the
i nils while Varaooas did it in .
U secnr
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