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PACI i ir.iir IIAKIIADOS ADVCX ATI THURSDAY, .MM \K\ IT I9i2 First Team To-day (Bj Tin BPOBT8 \ mini;! in tlM 1' I %  tow left %  %  %  i %  • %  D in opan %  .1 lunun %  %  % %  : -. mil] be '.< %  .i. MA I John M'Leod Teddy Riiinl-r Busters Defeal Mustangs %  %  moil of the during ihr last ( sweeping that Ibm %  ... %  I %  %  %  %  • %  M. Park*. I %  %  %  thiny Into Hut BUS%  i %  tfftft Jahn Prrod Artliut ftoiutto ICapt.l Horace Tullodi K'Kfi.' Scarlett Mr. R *Ur%  I Hie Ja%  %  %  %  It rlrk%  %  I i .i in the Intei colonial %  hu acted 1 Uh teles Train FOB Easter fleet %  %  Uc Meeting wh* li will tnajtsn rval In tha • there are quite ,i number %  Ken K..I-1 .. : i> V % %  MM taking chan.. i,-• %  i-ii doitii: road wrk M ..n their lakes. All! tw starting this meeting without D. %  %  %  10 i Fnrmun ifter I ,X|-r,led the .. !• tOUl (or hisimper. Bwer of the gama ;md Ii i i ol HtUxi irm Cl Vriliiu Bi ON of the Jamaican Mr. R O. 1IARLEY II, 'Crystal WaFRi'.CK I.ETON Vnd Ioider ages Barbados Play Jamaica To-day Marshall And He Visitors Will Pick A Aft MA Top The Uer ftflif #V*Vw Regiment Wins At Rifle Shooting NORMAN MARSHALL, Bar bad ill *hai.ng which took plai heads the bat) %  Vsociation Season Marsh nee not out, h able averv*" of 69 .% setrnd In the bat of batam* time for 'our •''""( iit in eevi ui he h.i .11 00 1 Holder. Barbados and emptre led ma pinner head* the %  Hii SI arlcktta taken at an -vrrag. coat oj 7 93 ... m left ..ro, i.iinln Horace Kin, %  %  km the highe" an ;*vc rath and Rdghiii BAT> %  all %  I. w .. A Skinnei A M Taylor verbs Urketl N s Uiraa W. K C Hun:. %  Edward C Alkl.lK BATTING of 25 runt each) %  %  %  of %  %  a H--.I k A Snuthv.-i-ll. K Man 27.0i 2* .6" 25 00 C. E. L. Bu'i!" \ D L S Co,-e R f A B CMeve, %  BOWI.FI; %  I. Harris li King F KIIIK r: B ltr anker %  I fit : | I Burke mons ( B. Wl V PhUlipr, %  \ \i Coanls f( Austin K Bowin %  -I w Qraai K Brookai E Hoad na mon 20 O MB I 1.1 I 131 1 171.5 %  111 3 113 134 141 1 M 29 1U 94 • 110 IH i III 133 ISO :t 185 I \2l> ft I3S 141.1 171 114 | 21 M 9 42 %  |U 239 345 421 439 350 341 270 39B 342 292 359 3IS 420 39 440 40S 32B 399 504 456 449 Av I 9.39 %  9.58 10 52 C.D.C. Officer Going To J'ca. n n 21 2B 21 23 10.97 R. II 75 Col %  [:' ot tbe monih to |otn i %  %  li „., authortty %  i i' 13 82 14 00 14 14 i i M 14.55 17 34 / > MI\/\(, CO 8EEk Champions Triumph in Soccer Classic Intermediate liaison arlll IM* Rvsl'i baan mantlonad Man with ihl*. IIIA.XK IMIWI.I.II rad ad the b-u m aplll Alf Rsniaay, Jactda afllburi, the Neweaitlc iiefence in on* re. i a deep in a nejr NewcaaUe'a goal war score 1 i | G i i the appaUing cotthe I>.II Into tha eomas of On U'lui.' ii..,1 Lana, Totnet from Foulket.ham on Saturday December co 2Mth. Uuaa goals tin %  Dtu-hVt n waa a i ''matter aavas Irons tl i\vo H"blrne f my thraa %  the -ear. Flnney ami By !AI.AN IIORY rte g pitch lutfl .i pluU' of coagulated p< i ina mud so thick and clingli ruttfoui footbaua— two i rown ami two whit**— had to he used during tlio nam*' SHEFFIELD' DEFEAT REGIMENT 1—0 THE "iV TEAM ot tha H VI.S fltuBgH ilcfeatcd thou rivala tho Barbados Re>imont ona>niI In a finitball match which waa playad a1 tin Oarrl las aftarooon. Thig I'd i"i mlnutea before tha blow off. by tha stock) SbeffW Id ntra forward hffitla from within ttu penalty area. The itandard or pUy on th" ahall, w^'.is. Phillips. Roach whole wa %  i. u i Stily: Row. i ii N.s sheaUMi iv, Dag Goltoi lurwiinU ( i I i PM tl ni 7 Ghsficw one Hi % %  FaMib i m | 1 "' in down with UM %  %  through this g.ime u |,„, %  %  %  I %  %  %  Lifeboat* Of Lost Freighter Sighteii SEATTLE Washington. Jan 16 The United Stales Coaai said thai a capsized lifeboat was stunted 125 nautical mile* southr.isl i>f where* the freit-nlci Frnnaylvaa-gs aras biUsvad ta ban gOna down in the alormv North .itKiui a week as II was reported sarUer that i-wU had been nighled 1 v i 1 UM. FIVMIK Boat was radioed that there was no : Ian ,.i fifflcers sold thai U had basfl iletermined that the |wo pfeanil i %  i th(> sume bout. Tha Coast 0 nounoad thai placaa >•[ dunnage ear the i %  raaa. -vlvanla's four hftlioals had heen found, prompted the I mat 'ii i to lln lll> '.., 1 IV" • i) IIVITI craw of ihr —f.r. KIN';-, ,\ .;,:,. 16. Ai Ami-ir. %  oiiieni to mlna nunganaaa ovt-i (I I Ml' TO-DAY Sunilte. fl 1*2 s.m Sunset: B M p %  Moon: Full. J.umary 12. Lighting: 6.00 p.m. ii r |i IN I*w Tido Ii W am. 1.11 p.m. S i i, ball ol Tommy H ,m lhc"ball w:,s K omg goalwards Af!*r thi^ ( ,,„i„,i <\, ' %  hf mud, but I I % %  I II I' The Spurs' ouUulc cnarae.i . %  %  I one td< u i I I'hcii the tnll %  %  e a %  %  %  %  Jerteho btfoe. %  i Centn -ha t Clat %  rinding Iht %  ,M dismoadi 1 -und. i %  Mi Year Ale\ %  i m,, %  I pitch Ii boj%  %  the brtllhv t f %  Thr aacocid 8 I %  and nn.iUv ksedh WHAT'S ON TODAY 1'olica Conru io A n Cmki-t 1st Jamaican BarbadOH Test at Ken •ington Oval 11 :M m MeeUng of the Sait.uy Conim -..ioiierv 8t aOefc ia| LQQ pm Mretlna of the St Thorn** Veitry 130 rat olf aVdovs. Trinidad Rockley Ooif Conine I i I %  M^oUng of the Cliri.xt Church Venry 2.00 p.m ll^lf TinuWhen Rafaraa v Cil. Afirhalf tiniv Hie : seemed to hgvg I trol and Okia > laildg l*'ft two i*' (h.tnee* I draw first blrx-l he like Glasgow kicked both 000 Although there the b II ^nd on many cccastotu whan UV ... i %  .-heftleU i ware BOW %  tffort %  l'i % %  Ii. IIRII III. P It's School time Again GIVE THE THE Order from CHILDREN BEST J & R VARIETIES (They'll Do It Every Time ,.—..._— 1 AOCD A LC tOO AKO SAC C0 ~X) CALL WiM scd AS >ou CMS. HOMEIM K7I TAUgN \ TO Moeooy -IM so T ;RED I COULD SLEEP OJ* PC-It FENCEALL I WANT TO CO IS EAT SOMETJI-iQ U&*T /s 1 HIT TWE SACK—IF ME CALLS •'-"-'. %  = — %  '^a^s^ %  ^B ?T ''9 if Jvi \ FLASH IVEW&I S i \( nmv OWNERS \M> CONTEACTOM S >; "• arc new in a i r. Io -apply yuu C with yuui iii pint TI nta of | GALVANISED PIPE *; Kpnuinu rtnin ," In :;'' II..tc :• • %  %  ; \ LARGE XSSORTMENT oi nrriNca P] I a Viiil T.-do, and I.. ; BARBADOS HARDWARE Co. Ltd. (TBS lli'l BI ma BABOAIN8) I Ma. II. Suti Btw il TtWaa tlW. 44M Dr. ScholVs will aaM those lired feet FOOT EASERS:The;e will correct and relieve weak ankles, flat feet, cramped toes. ARCH SUPPORTS: relieve fallen arches and tired feet. BUNION SPRINGS: make your shoes easier to wear. ZINO PADS: special! j made for corns, callouse;. bunions and other .oot ailments I. >T,| *-i. ...,. . %  >, i.A/m Tir^l. .. I.... %  1f+t i • 4 >.e.k Do, CAVE SHEPHERD & Co.. Lid. 10, 11, 12 & 13 Broad Street a.<-r>--l thr*.* %  imtn ; in B< i %  Peal i MM o • %  our alMH-a and M Hill K'l iri.111. ,iui.' nBaC i 'i m -tu> sflwa. Let oor PaaM Ceantort Fijitrl I'rilo-srjph yoar •lockmifd pMSa Th' %  |i,u eviffl *irl ftmt i-.iialttioii. Cni jou nnlhins, V bit oar J I aafsn Drpartoieat VOW.



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Tllt-D TIURSItXY. JAMAKV 17 1*3! KAKII.VDOS ADVOl All; PACI TIIKII House Authorise Employ men I Of Factory Inspector THE House of Assembly on Tuesday passed a resolution authorising Ihe Governor to enter an agreement with a person to serve in the Labour Department :n the post of Factory Inspector The salary of the person engaged will be at the rate of $4,920 per annum and the term of engagement will be for a period of two years in the first instance subiecl to renewal by mutual agreement. Reasonable passage expense* of :tul here, they .. 51,440 in man ami pay him %  sjl-uy mot. rectlon IIKIV ber knowl.-. laws and n %  of the U.K.. on the part of Labour Department officials, some local *ervant with an Bssfjtude for engineering, could be found to available locallv the Secretary of do lhe work .s requested towards the Ml ( '' *'erson in Ihe United Kingdom Manchester and York.hue wrhid The BeerVtarJ of State hn bigh dan The c.ovCouncil Tuesday thai U of the He said that Urn Factory ernment should take steps lo 43 boat* which were damaged but Truman's Military Budget Is Near S54h. WASHINGTON, January ilitaiy %  It .r Thr . .bout sa.smi.o.M.000 lor eanMructkii % % %  m.l ..ry !., ami .n.i..ll. idlBOOmlll operations of the Defencr !>>partmcnt The remaining $40,200,000.00: — \ %  %  $7,800,000,000 Ice* than the jot. • Staff seught for the Bet : year b*'intnng next July I, < ILIHtt/tl If Of MS For More Trwlv With ILW.L OTTAWA. Canada hope* to regain l.K.lft* il-s Ilrl|i \Traffir IvfatfMgBf In Saei Quid Zon' nadlan importer* will be I to 50 par cant of (hoar average exports to the individu during th %  < I —B.t'.r*. I.HI-I,II iiymi fc.iii-rpntr a-iing at wi aegm< lured by one of the en* ul the NoiWttiian naseL .MI the pnuengerand <-rrw o' the Enterprise had been alckad up after abandoning olilp. but the captain. Kurt Oarlsvn. r*fn-ed to leave hi -.hip The %  Enlerarl.e" w. out of Hamburg and bound for New Torfc whan *he ecc altered what it rte%cnbed •toe wornt gale 111 the Atlantic for half a century LEGISLATIVE COUNCIL APPROVE S70.000 FOR FISHERMEN The RetTDll the Colon) I Setl lonsldcrlng Ihe recommendary. In moving thc concurrence of lions of the Flaherll Resolution for $70,004) to < .HI > COOOaltUO, lhe Govemor-in-FxlArvsttH'k Industry Host ///• Of Hritish Virgin Is. nployment of a mnn for t)U t repairs and replacements of eci I ttoe considered that On Janu hiKbjet UA. Jan ie i K. W .t -i. and >ear Inspector wa.v regarded as an id< man and one most suit-ible to give the necewsBry information with regard to the local fact %  %  t>e passed so thai the Factory Inspector would an lo *ce repaired wa 111 %  ">• %  i"id a 50*", frer the axplrafkNi of ihe two—yoar the water aajaln The Resolution *;rim or tn v e sU ff l c 'he • ^iwfJ (iRre.-d to. Mlltv of apprenticing a ICH.:,] man Hon. Mi Turner told thr CounhP cil further that_ work "w in procame out %  mtanec should be given to pern n i|.., Vtrail I boata were dr^troyetl Itlfi n:i mi 1 ndl rh.it .di of the figures must as aouroxiiuate tluc llritaln .... ut. flvenauon.. „,. ^ an export n %  ......ll ia3 budgat • Con• TraaV n Januari iui i mad Horn erai m the t.rfal o, In no ca n al note Je ni.mtns oi 1950. folio-. %  btM otnrtal iourci iai 1 Ihi I Mi. ts Urtorei ""uldgetthc Norwaj P^ %  ibcut $-'1.500.000.den, ami lot to expand from lt co-operal 1 ,. %  -t JM> winga to 144 rrattc. "OOO %  %  U I lMI. Hi loi the Service __^^_^__^__ ^_^_^_ — ^_„^_^_^__ 1 would \ m) $14,500,000,000. The Na %  %  The Aimed larvteBa oikginaii> %  11 bnnon dolla-i : it.u> conatrueUt n M> I .otlllri 1 I PSUU I'UI Arm] and Navy IS ;ii n rjollari each, and the Air. %  b m doUan tTrtt lid have eniibled the I Dd up to 143 wings lale in 1*M of ly in 1K55. Hut Truman, upon OH) K' ^ We>t in f>e11 lli.it the figure* were I high 1 type of I ir-ni! Knr H" 11' %  Uau i failun deficit m 1952 Sr.ollill. Include,! In lludgel %  ll'iwinr bHMlfli lliiM.iu ..tllelala tenljvely set the milltiiry spending I.0111: Ovt-rdue Mr $: he look Inspector on two of the boat known as the typa In asking Ihe Council to approve Mr. Vaughan (I) said that the of the Resolution, Hon. Mr Turnfactorv question in this colony cr recalled that on the 2nd and '"^J %  ..is long overdue. II was a di?3rd December lasl rough seas de^riod Too Short grace that this Island had a troyed M an the Icelabour office for seven yeora and ward coast of the island, and a K H d. aU <:) MUI lb,1 dld nol h-vc a „ impeciorahii' further 4.1 were damaged in var>,1 thai tha F.nt".,. tK|) i,„,.,i | )V ,hat office. '"^"I^.v .w . ^ -co Ihe labour Office canfMtt be ~ He said that the total number nf < -"V, r "f "w. l, .,.' 1 in serving the paopta ^'"f ? '" "* *"" ing him or sending for wH hout a proper -y.tem ,.ft< %  "f" ,""'! Hpertorship.he -sniH. 1' WM ready for Uie flblimt: seau by aerl0U*d> reducing Ihi BBB supply of fret!) li-h when the rising coal <>f other f.-i-istuff was causing gre..1 and in addition, it put a consider' able numtier of men out of cmptOJI when alternative employment 1 rasjai .. time of fhr y*r>r • %  that wai Ml th world DM arorl 1 today cnhll coals. ., ffi^Tsa.s us. ai-iSK % %  ;•• %  deatro y ed, thev could have been M ^ %  ,,,.., %  -i .,Unn $12.oon Today, they won coattng $o,oou. %  pi ranched the evaed 1 o3 Bh dag ,_ %  eotuddardd thai nearly 1.000 given h.utt work to do, |>rr .pi,, WPnP employed at the [ache could nol M H gAcatai sj II Iw u.: ire Before him. „ ,...,,. "f h* opl, (,.,„ /onicnti.ii since 1828. When Major lo wolki he SH|( |, Sunil uf iru ni ago on a work ,„ 12-hour shifia, Mimlai-. igreemetrt, he was given eight-hour shifts and some In IBBO Incrcnaed nterj greater than h(;ur shlfl5 ,. nt:h ( ay> whril that which was In keeping with ha(l WOTRed IR Koura %  day. narticularh tttfncull tu get rervantx. At the end of three h ^. id workeri e |M ncn TS Inveailgauona were made dJy, day following the calamity and ihcfl'he machinery which they had for ... Qovfrnw-m-Kxeeutive C..mmlt-| %  ": ta nW to consider ways .ind"^o,.l.llie ,!.„,, st im^ssMe to remeans of ar!-nInlaterlng iehe| t,, 1 COS*, Utd (M the needs of tlshermcn. and lo set ealamlly was a very timj> Ion %  Khame rdl ntplncuU < 'ti"n olwh.it i.te the eonclUlon-. \hh-li olitimi'-d today tiickiinc pracUeal l 1 it <5 hilhon dolaus. i>fi however, pavgausnad ilveaiu-k Indurtrj Tbh II] 9 1 H mm u> asprova $4,200.Banwneba' i**dlni provudon of funds to put dieaps tn htterc IOJMO ibova Uua with all of tho engn 1 boats which r S.-Vlrgn. 1 1 %  I %  going an the AlrfOD form the %  UDtaCl "f mother I 1'iuin.ins budget al-.,. will lutlon which WOUM OOnM bntori |„d ( requests for funds for I < Ihi niin-Cnioini naterial requir... %  , „. ,, ,.,,.,, ..id and rapker ot ehpilini "f atratega matartal •_"/ thr granbi CS0O0 aa ^ eesad lural credit; E2.0OQ I %  brendhii porpi 1 1 00 fm :.uut $5,OO.O(KHMIO Tin-domesiii imprtnenv it-ny budnat of $53,^00,000,000 plies. The nccessor for the n pi %  tieipaliiin of funds beinx vnMd nd na moved] that the Council lutlon Hop Mr Cuke said that this 580, but the calamit) 'pu"t"out"7,f | xlll "l"' '•"' "f" 1 on ,.* h i2 n commission about 50 i^r cent, of brought home v*n fort U ilrend) l.iunrhed. and eenotis condition which I You can fly almost anywhere via With its farflung network of routes oatonding to all sin continents PAA will gladly help you plan a trip lo any of 63 cou"tries and colonies. You will be amaxed ot the wide choice of -owlet, destinations and coiti. Furl he lishmc t COIlfci'll' MTVJ progrc %  %  %  e. Imprc. • % %  il 1853 would !• % %  $6,2001 OO.IIOII ie*s tliiin the appiopiialinn of $5.llH).i"i0.ouo fOI the lunent II' Ten, years, he had done m little that Ihey would have lo renew him (or three years or give htm a %  This present agreement win for only two yean if Itaav bmugin a factory Inspector here for two il the end of that period Ing ti. need his nd might then 1 lllte statement of to the post Hon Mr Cuke said that if toorrow anything happened, and have 1 [he ii> ind G % %  1 rnrnen launch The ton,,,.., the 1 ml 1 iivcMo-k nKiustrv effen hope -* Hi* bi Vaughan said that the Gi hould sec that they go: .1 proper man, to sec that he did %  %  when ha lain, •We nave had loo long the rl ,. ,. xhf lBJlk nf 1 ,. Icnj Without having -:!_,,„„ an overall '"fg^ gagf u .. 1 be sntrugtod lo the F,*h.wr. Misft a,i • kg mat ro,..,,., Advlaory Conunlltee. ai %  hip t. ti 11,1 1 in the colony He 1 mediate relief 1.. ihe unIK-. then' ''' fortunate r*ahermca who wri too short "" "' 1.1 %  dependent for theli UvellI that the 1 1 on the fishing orafte not do bettei ihan to paaa '<•"' % %  •"' '' itratlon ol reao UUOO II U was u fact thM %  '"' "• the MILrehef. which did I 1 -.he BeaohJtion he'oiwthe "" ( b ^."eCi"; to) wl "' '"" • %  H • „ M. he Jury wd M %  ^'"" ; W %  "•" ,he um of ov !" MAIL NOTICES that thev A. .id 1 know the. someone In the aervtoi %  ..technician. He id mat the/ should itavo >incone at on enh ced coniplimeoie %  %  %  b %  V, 0') DM ^ 1 I0 I"-%  an Una rear li'i nedintr Mea-ures Apex Oilfields Capital Rises pm] %  act UM r of that part f UH fishing fleet, ^teps had Inevitably to be taken at %  %  prori gned rl thai time, and it was not possilile Vi itime down nnmeOiatelv for fm U^ Hut il havi been mo** leprehenalWa lot OovernnMM to sit hack until the ;. 1 ,' .:< %  I I . 1 I •> l were taken to order ma-g %  u %  'a :. g %  ugjoj raetortet > %  ., axordlni 10 uw company's and lo make enoulrli and u few other men. v our, and to make PIfta*. I 're : % %  h years ago the (tshermeti would hnvibeen able to replace by themselve-. wherei.s 1 nverninent had I" BV ''' pnrl of u ipii 1 aaatri * Ith loans f<'i Ibi 1 think lh;.t the pooph ... lolly appreciated the ... ,111.11 which ha it %  II over the whoat .f thc W'' ihl I,., ru %  .' LUllldllie mat rlali had goo. I and until such IhlAI happrneit they did nol Ron ii << n Evelyn was glad j IU i" refei to the quo lion il ipital >--\. ,:,i ... 1 '" ary, bow%  yen II orden m it would be three or fOW ft • % %  parts arrived. The Resolution was agreed to l %  .,.11 11... %  .,M.. IBB I > /YI/7> or EXCIIX \tih More linliMir-i.il. SugaU Pfoditctloii ixiAKAKTA. I n doneeia. I i A giant of U S j.i5.ooo t,, in. reaaa the producUoi %  ul inurave the oneJtb of smallholdera* sugar in Indoni Li to %  %  %  • • %  1 within ihi I approved, says an Iml.i:.. i,m < %  %  >% %  %  rnmanl anne a t riUl money will IK.i|(Cllt H'l ufai-cwne null*. ihci %  ejulpnwnl 11 project "' aaeelal Im %  I 1 heii' in aa 1 %  m 27000 aerea wee %  I %  111 IH5.. .in" ••< UJSJI I" expeded el •arl) Ihroe 1 When the Ob I 1 by m do...hi. he • Btiipmanl to c provldi %  d that lb 1 %  %  xpacted ihel Uu a %  ul ittle and powei -.n 1 1 .ai result in 1 1 nai Inane 1 %  %  g othei equtpe • 1 1 %  %  %  1 ., king-term credit I -nr i' NEW YORK 1 ,-t m MOP -II it %  Ilia Hit Riblmn Sei %  v 1 PVI i>r Hv vh Saa l-ii 1 pap : ir. BMBJ Venexuela-West Indies Mexico |u ludjai shb la %  %  1 i.t.^ %  liabllltli 1,343 About ten tears ago be Provision l to the same at ci'-;t;i4J inveatlMi .... appepredj to l> %  % %  ,' ., (, 1 ik11.704.199 In the ing there nl1 ' ' lit ,H He knew that generally *;ieakl>2^ %  ing some."ie wen neodad %  '•' '' .... %  •*. Tiehnrt space of tim.' liveries last ye^r totaling J.ons• Facton Inasnewen on a 000 bands of eruda proper I WK* '''' n 3.si.ono gallon at cnataig 1 .. %  % %  inspect 3" odd an bea 1 obtained from 3*1 —ji.r.p %  %  %  could be tepelirri were now m the water and work was HW. m prolypa of the Hathshoha %  ... It) %  • The ReeohiUon which was be|0 the financial assistance "hub T'DAD CONSIDERS TRADE MISSION TO U.K., CANADA PO I -OK-SJ'AI.N Govertin a the ""' %  %  '• a trad' mission from Trinidad to Ihe United Kinjgdo %  %  I .rtuniiii s fir The qta dhlfl a dele• 1 tubs Pn "' anpany At the time. i was proposvd that Mr. A A Shenfteld, f.-rmcr Adviser, and two othn %  ah r. sound anon ledw SAVE HID # 1 1 .... ... UM Wrt ln-Ur. tod na I Central I M Europe-India-The Orient i ,,' ha 1 New Tort I 1 1 1 t, 1 1 l 1 . < 1 %  11 hi Agent or WORLD'S MOST IXflRIEHCIO AIRLINE PMAMERICAN HOMO AIRWAYS BOVRIL makes a tasty sandwich A sanJwi h made wiih llovnl is a real meal n ininia-ure Everyone enjoy* thc nth heety flavour and gooUness of feovnl And : olten—one 4 or. bottle el Bovril makes M vandwithes h) give to the nsherm<'ii of the 4 %  ide should h*| %  r %  d IOM '.1 ilam-ue. ,<| r -led to make Ihe trip WHITE HORSE Scotch Whisky The purpme ol atgCsl '*ithcut words. Here hoi that tells, p) words, of *lii,kv lo\innK bleaadfsla loggj BOVRIL PUTS BEEF INTO YOU ntil it i* as noble .1 *>coi ( 1 as ever came out of Scotland. -.!• PBariSaaava M ore profiUblo w% production will usually followwhenaf-fdini' pki calling for Ful-0-Pep Chick BtaVtaVA Growiat Mash Li used. fUL-Q'PEp St'llinfi #!/ iaffaj U TODAY Barbados Annual Review. .{/iro.n Advocate Stationery .•.-.*.'.-.'.*.-.*.-.' /.•////.V/V.V.V/AW .-.-.*.'.-.*.* '.'.ENAMELS* ilihilllinlliliiiiiilV-""""'" %  'Simil MSMMMLSt AN EXCELLENT SELECTION Top-Btvndad English (and Other) Paints • And Good Qua lily It rushes Barbados Co-op Cotton Factory Ltd.



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PACE FOl'R BARBADOS ADVOCATE TIII'KslMV. IWTVIiY 17. I9 .; lftRB\IX)Si£p AlAtMtfll t— IHK ll MiiHn I IHUMI-.V Jan Four Men AI Outers Drawn Ml.ll< l**%< r In Egypt ItlSPOVMIIII ITY "NOW hv htt rw 'KI.L v fear except himself ." These words, chosen Irom an article by WILLIAM BARKLEY were published in the Advocate of January 16, and were most timely. In the same issue Mr. ALBERT GOMES of Trinidad is quoted as saying that in the West Indies "there is not the same social discipline as in Britain Taken together these two extracts might serve as a lesson to the West Indies on the one thins needful. How badly the lesson is needed was shown only this week when the House of Assembly debated a resolution to provide $1,385 which are required to pay for mechanical replacements on the Governmentowned fishing vessel INVESTIGATOR As far back as May 1951 it was discovered that replacement of the propeller and shaft and parts of the rudder of the Investigator would be necessary. The reason for replacement was due to electrolysis, as Dr. Cummins explained and had nothing to do with "ELECTRONICS", as the junior member for St. George appeared to think Electrolysis takes place when an electric current causes conductors of that current to undergo a chemical change. In the case of the Investigator, electrolytic action was resulting in decomposition, of bolts and component parts of the propeller and rudder apparatus. An order for replacement of the affected i the Investigator has been placed to .•nsitre that the boat will not be laid up when replacement becomes necessary. The House passed the resolution in Committee of supply but opportunity was taken by several members to criticise the United Kingdom for what was mysteriously described by Mr. MotUey as "exploitation of the Colonies." Members argued that the United Kingdom was supplying inferior equipment to the Colonies and were anxious lest the new replacement and the engines for the three fishing boats towards which the Government was contributing a loan of $10,000, should not prove to be inferior. Normally the members of the House would appear to have been exercising the functions of good watchdogs over the is1 land's purse, but the suggestion that the United Kingdom is deliberately profiteering by selling bad equipment to Barbados is' unworthy. The same United Kingdom has allocated il 800,000 as a free gift to Barbados under the Colonial Development and Welfare Act. The same United Kingdom has just agreed to rJay Barbados something like £1 million more for the 1952 sugar crop The same United Kingdom has agreed to purchase for 8 years by far the greatest part of the surplus of the island's available sugar for export. The same United Kingdom has agreed that Barbados should be allowed to sell its sugar to Canada after 1952 and benefit from higher prices if still prevailing in that market. The presence of H.M.S. SHEFFIELD in Carlisle Bay should remind the members of the House of Assembly how impossible it would be for this island to pay even for one day towards the cost of its own defence. The vast resources of the Colonial Office with its specialist and research departments are available at no cost to the island of Barbados. The list of advantages and benefits that accrue to Barbados from the good offices of the United Kingdom could be indefinitely extended. But enough has been said to remind the Barbados House of Assembly that their responsibilities are towards the people who have by the exercise of i adult suffrage returned them to represent their interests and not to blame cither the United Kingdom or anybody else every time a necessary expenditure of money has to be made. It was unfortunate that Mr. F. L WALCOTT was out of the island on Tuesday and that the resolution had to be introduced by Dr. Cummins who was unfamiliar with the circumstances of the case. But the people of Barbados no longer expect to hear useless recrimination against the United Kingdom. If. as Mr. Gomes admits. there is not the same social discipline in the West Indies as in Great Britain, the task of politicians and statesmen in the area is to lay foundations on which that social discipline can be built, not to raise petulant void's to "schoolmistress Britannia" nor to blame the United Kingdom for their own failures to lead and inform public opinion. The real enemies to West Indian progress are not the United Kingdom, nor any other combination of individuals or nations. The West Indian, like the Englishman to whom William Barkley referred in the above quoted passage has nothing to fear except himself. That this ItMOIi bus not been learnt is clearly illustrated by the debate on a resolution for SI.385 in the House of Assembly on Tuesday and by the account that was Advocate of some of the points to be raised in Mr. Gomes' prepared statement for the Commonwealth Finance Ministers, now meeting in London. Da 11 DStrumfnt Of Kovrriuiirnl U patient teams of censors in IM Ministry I f the Int.. then in constant use. >mi of foreign maga/ine-. and r**papeis all lefetenn^ latouk and Premier Pasha. Not that Knot Egyptians who can read foreign languages sre unfnUUl l Vritli the scandals mirr the administration ..f Ibl try—but it wouldn't do En las to learn how tally oth.' med upon these *h-i topics. They fear isolation AT the head of Egyptnational affairs are four men who mutually, and for good reason, dislike on* another In tensely, but are oliligcl t<< bfl logether It-si In IsoUuoi % %  4 fate should overtake them. %  characters an K Famuk. Nahas Pasha, the PrimBera| ad-Din Pash.. !]• Minuter uf the Interior; an I Saliih ed-Uin 1'iinha. the Fotl Miiii-tti A monarch and three pashuform the ruling clique. Although tbt BrttaSfa GiAe.timent in IB.'J proclaimed Egjpt a indepenu lit datnoa % %  aarll %  UtS political autliK remained in the hands of already wealthy landowners or in thou of lawyers and ptoA poUUciani who adopted that cat err because of the opportunities of enriihm. tit in affords. There arc few countries with more wealth per head i| lation than Egypt, nor any where ll is divided with more %  trlfeil contrasts Outside Uie glittering Mohammed Aly Club, whoa* members play baccarat with £100 MI have to step careful)) to avoid the frail and filthy forma of small chlMm >>n the pavement. The word w sU —t-arabV* which hi now tost to the British vocabulary. Mill has all its old signiiw.imv lo Cairo To satisfy ihc mob The nisi raojuadia „f Qovoranwiil i-.licy in Egypt is to keep Ihc poverty-stricken proletarlii from reflecting t-> dej grievances. The beat diversion is U provide an alternative target against which its resentment .., | ill t\ \KH I'KII I I •rted. That is why the Dt Cabinet is whooping the Egyptian mob to regard '-he Hi itish troopon the Canal . invaders %  tan-rill ry, intelligent Egyptian HI %  i a the narrow strip of desert along the west hank at tbt Canal omana I I %  > %  Itl troops In the safest, moat orderly and contented di*ttnt in the country. Wages ar. hlfljfes | %  %  BrltfSB Uv.. batter; towns and villages are cleaner, the local population get better medical Th.n the presence of the British garrison on the Canal ha* in every way been beneficial to %  M Btypt ii i" il. uht hut the personal ambittan of aw • % %  an h i iada it in* Mihjci; of the pre;cnt risky controversy. %  %  ill I ha. t e Poiatfh Minister, now BtUfl ling '• %  i.tial Assembly of the uaitad H BUM 'i thi I'M inieisJnp .ith all the piofltabla advantage-i thai iny it. M Pasha Is 7f 8B a troublesome physical miiimily. His term of office ublvously cannot last mucli longer Salnh ed-Din COVatfl !n ..rut needed „ cause in Wflll il he could uniti I laallnj iirhma him. He hi -Miming the role < f Brttlsl -baiter to bim the Egyptian Government has now gone too l.u lo draw back—although the Four-Power invitation lo toin the Eastern Mediterranean I>e'iwanlsatinn would at anv .it;, i nme have been welc>. ne a* gaining fm Egypt -he prestige ol Msaociation on a basis of equality with the Western PvVfot !• i ..snorted by all Egyptians In touch with the palaea th.it Kina rarouk was gtnMiab against ihe lepudiatioii of the JB30 Treaty by which British tioop' %  entitled to remain on the Canal until 1958 He would have preferred to refuse to sign, lbs Mills by which this treaty and the convention covering the Sudan were abrogated. A shrewd ruler Under the Egytian Constitution the King's hsStnt % • norei%  ary to the passing of the law By withholding it Farouk could have forced Nahas to resign He may have been tempted to do so. for he has had bitter quarrels with htm in the past, and one of the Egyptian Soveieign'. complaints against the British Government Is that on ahree •-rcasians it ugOd Itg infl Impose Nahas upon the King as Premier. But Farouk. though a moody and impulsive monarch, is by no means lacking in shrewdne.* and political craft He realised that in view of the popular excitement about the British occupation of the Canal Zone il M uld %  • H blunder for him to vale legislation purporting to bring it lo an end. To bara don* so would have n 1 irge the King with having overruled his Cabinet on a patriotic Issue It was evidently unwise to obstruct laws which the Pri and his Foreign Minister had lot the H F S MY Till IS aa .HI ything to suggest thai ihe difficulties mentioned are I. The asfManaa of a shortage in Britain u not in Itself .1 u.isoii why we should feel obliged to racocN Ua oni 1 %  Mini. 11 abortaga ban. one bottiem 1 h< ie is the shortage of coal and inotbai 1lha priorltj' given to giKMls for export, in order to pay foi m-txletl imports, including sugar fioni the West Indies. 1 11 have a serious short..!< of (Ban powar, whereas here we have chronic unemployment (hat is made worse bv the lack of •laclrtcitj Two years ago 1 suggested ih.it an fabvtOUl h" 1 -! lor' Sweat And IVar* In the middle of Kipling s If poem there's a gju By niKRIk JFNKINK (Jnr.l 11 betr BMfcS BMSMSI TwNlnl by knivr. E i.wb. "Of 1cll lhr in*i* '111 mr ii.ur brofco. AiiJ ilH| BBS hmM >m uf -.!>. .01 >• oni UolThe lines must have been prophetically written foi ( ld juslJawed hoary • headed Win-ton Churchill to-day .is lie stiHips mice more to pick up the broken pWOH of the British Empire It's no Job for an amateur In fact it may be hopeless even for such a master mechanic as Winnie the fixer. Only a man of his indomitable pride and rStsM of duty would want to bestir 77-year-old bona*. m *uch an undertaking. Or could summon the courage to mutter. "Yes. the outlook is grim but I've seen worse." Whal two wars in 30 years didn't do to wreck the Bnlish c. and governmental machine, ihe ere.it Socialist experiment did. Six year* of the Labour Party's Joyride to Utopia have ended on the rocks with four flat tires. And yet the supporters of AM Ice %  ever that they had anything to da with the crash even when tn-y gagfg ni ih wheel. The same number of antagonistic kibitzers will be jieerlng over the old man's shoulder, leering as he goes to work. They hope he falls. Bucn an attitude is characteristic of the Socialist manner of reasoning, it Is generally flavoured with aon 'if I can't have it. nobody should hive it"' The gist of Socialist campaign oratory—especially from Be van— stressed the "hard tsnanr" thai could be recalled even when the Empire flourished and when certain privileged people feasted on caviare and champagne. Such sympathy for the loctal underdog h not peculiar to Social-1 Uts. Any normal humw has it. But EQUALIZING INEQL'Al.-1 ITIES Or TALENT OR WEALTH by government decree is not the way to govern a free people any. more than a football game. Overwhelmed with pity for the losers, the Socialists would shackle Ihe •vtnnarl so that the gcore always came out even—nothing to nothing. Anyhow, no matter what becomes of the Empire, the Socialist., will never equalize old Winnie because in all of England he has no equal. With all b,is age, Winston Churchill is still the living refutation to a spurious theory— not that all men are CREATED EQUAL — but that they can be forced to FINISH UP EQUAL Olll HI AIM IIS SAY Huh Svlllng W Awwi Bimek To The Editor, The Editor— SIR.—In your Issue of January 10th. there ia a letter re %  ttitUsVi of Usher men selling fish at Browns Beach. Bay Street These tuiid flshermen although having li-h M sail refuse to sell to any white person. Mi tXpa been similar. I expect so much racial hatred has been blown DJ orators who were canvassing for I I might mention that in 1051 1 could get no flying fl*h as 1 would not pay "black market prlff This month of 1952 1 have boon able to buv 'tying flih once but at "black market" prices. Bill %  ITerevl me t 38 cents per lb but onlv U S-th parcels no cuttuag of fish allowed' As long as a tin of salmon Is availhall buy it. Tho I'ohce are a fine body of 1 rarj helpful but may I %  Ugjfatl that a policeman be sent OH the tn-ach at Brown's Beach nilar beaches lo see that fish is batlUJ sold not onlv m %  otourad %  a to white ones willing to buv FISH WIS1IER l : U. / .. Imn .:IIII; Slumps To The Editor, The Editor— SIR. 1 am a Chemist with 11.1i) Government. As a| result of an Illness with poliomyelitis. I have • partial paraly-i .! % %  of my left lea; and Since that time I have found my hobby of, stamp collecting .ncreasinnly im-fortant to me. 1 would like any-' one who is interested in exchang-l ing sumps of the West Indies for those of Canada end the! United States to contact me bv letter U G. CHATTEN. 1338 Laperrlere Avenue. Ottawa 3, Ontario, Canada llth January, 1052. TRL'MAN S FOES TAUNT— President Truman's home front worries pile up. Foremost among fhem are the the income lax scandal and the talk f improper influence In Oovrrnmrnl agencies. FKKDKK1CK COOK tells how one woman's fur coat ha* seized the ullenlioii of the nation .... 'The Mink Dynasty 9 NEW YORK. Thursday, THE 70-mile-an-hour motoring refugees fiom the blizzard-swept North are in too great %  hurry when they pull in to the luxury road.de "motel" in Florida to pay attention to ihe woman who shows them to their air-conditioned, £4 4s.-a-night cabins under the paussasi She is not striking in appearance. A little %  vcrweight. receding chin, straight, dark :uir. drawn back into a plain bun. -steelnmed glasses. Not the bathing beauty type. 1C6-A-WF.KK MAN There is nothing to indicate that she is the ''"man everybody has been reading about: '. he owner of America's most famous fur coat, lioyal pastel natural mink, I am told, is the 'ethnical description. Retail value, according expert testimony, is around £3,150. It is a beautiful coat. But lots of women in ihis lush and prosperous land fortify thems"lves against the rigours o( winter in coats lint as good. What interested so many millions in this p rticutarcoat is the fact that the woman who wore it was until recently a typist—at the \\ hite House. And her husband, 40-year-old Merl Young, just before the war was making only £6 a week as a Government messenger. n recent years things have looked up for i"m. When all the bother about the coat be^:.n—and caused some of Mr. Truman's foes tO dub his administration the Mink Dynasty Mr. Young was making £52 a week on the staff of the Reconstruction Finance Corporation. This is the Government Department which n 1941 lent embattled Britain 390 million di liars and recently got it all back with ini' est five years ahead of time. GRAVE CHARGE On the home front it is one of the main tunnels-—or was—through which Uncle Sam fteds large loans to people and firms who need a cut of his bounty. Mr. Young was one of the people who look [nto applications and pass them on. Now he I is under a grand jury indictment for perjury ''dlowing a month-long probe. It is a grave charge, which, if proved, could bring him a gaol sentence of up to 30 years. The grand jury also indicted Joseph Roscn1 aum, a Washington lawyer who financed tho purchase of Mrs. Young's coat, Young's broths* Herschel and Robert Dudley, an associate of Mr. Rosenbaum, 'LIES' Specifically Young is accused of three ihings: of denying that while employed by '.ne RFC he had anything to do with applications from Lustron Corporation, a prefab j housing concern, for 39 million dollars in 'oans; of denying that he over received "one single cent" in commissions or fees; and of aying that he got nothing out of putting 1 usiness men in touch with Government men. All these statements, say the grand jury, vero lies. On the contrary, charges the indictment, he actively participated in the Lustron deal (by which after leaving the RFC. he was employed at £3,750), was paid by Washington law firm for his services on another application and drew £500 a month U contact man for a New York exporter. 'PAID IT BACK' Young agreed that Rosenbaum put up the money for that mink coat But he says he uid it back. These are the first formal indictments t<> a me out of a sweeping grand jury investiga:ion ordered by Attorney General Howard McGrath after a list of mink coats for the wives of fortunately placed people was revealed last spring. It was a sub-committee headed by Senator William Fulbright of Arkansas who brought Ihe furs out of the mothballs and overnight turned them into Washington's hottest conversation piece and an almost dead sure issue a! the national elections of 1952. NEW LIFE The inquiry had been in progress man> w ceks before Mrs. Young—after being; staunchly defended in some high places—was allowed to give up her White House job and i depart for the new life as a Florida motelkeeper. She had, incidentally, worked for Mr. Truman ever since 1940, when he was just a senator and never dreamed of one day sitting in F.D.R.'s chair. I Down in Florida on the 2,000-mile highway j where all the traffic flows south at this time I of the year. Mrs. Young is content to concen1 trate on booking her overnight guests and putting up the No. Vacancy sign. She would like to forget all about her royal pastel natural mink. She could not have gone to a better place. In Florida nobody owns furs. It was 80 degrees yesterday in Miami. WORLD COPYRIGHT RESERVED —L.E.S. I DIARIES FOR SPORTSMEN 1 \( HUM. UMi;i 11 IHAKi' Tilt MOTORIST'S DIARY AMATI I K I'llOKM.KAl'HV IIIAKV THE MOTOR CYCLE MARY THE WlltUlv IIORLO DIARY Advocate Stationery I I ;! S >'*'.*.*.-.*.-.*,-.-.-.-.'.*.*.'.'--.-.*.*,'.*. ffrdert Tools should include a Watering-Pol. Fork. Hake. Spade. Trowel. Shears and Hose These, ol' lasting quality and excellent \alue. are storked hvl.S. PITCHER & GO. Ph. 1472 *.'-*.*-*-*-'--,*-*.->',*.*----.*.'.--*.-.'-*>*-'-*#'-*-*-*.'.*,-',--*-'-'-*.--'.*.'. SM :• 1 $* pis In hiindrrlul Colours. . IDtAL fr interior Pram rovfrings niRCI for Kiddies" Tabletops and (hairs GUARANTEED AGAINST (KAIklMi Hill 12 MONTHS & EASY TO K11 %  (II \\! Da Costa & to., Lid. Mtssn. DA COSTA ft OO LTD P.O. BOX tot, BRllH.l rOWN BARBADOS nit: 1 ins WEKK Aurhor Ruttrr. Anchor Fvp. Milk. Anchor Milk Powdrr SI PI'EH €MBBSB 1 ihi I'lthl'llll I HA I lit I EASV Til Ox Totixur Maksl B>rf Let Ham %  SSSBBBI '•!' %  • %  %  %  •! % %  Simp* ( ."ni.flower 111 tins Hru"i I spruulo In (Ins IVUl I'ols Teas Dutch fine PCJS Aoparafus M ivmi 11 JIMI S\.UhS m 'I.WKSS Stout, pis.—32c. per Bottle Stout, nip*—20c. per Bottle Cam Crackers 11.64 per tin Keep i'-'l s-iih a (.in and Tonic PHONE GODDARD'S wi DELIVER



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rm M3DAY, nvriRV 17. IN:..' HARBAOOS \HVOC\TK PACE F1VT New Club To Be Opened Thr e *^feHa S/ar/ Grinding On St. James Coast ANOTHER CLUB is tfointf up alOMf the Si Jamn' Operations %  N'Unj Hall MM) slO,OOOGrantedFortl 7 2::,;;;,: Loans To Fishermen 0/ "*%* %  KING FAROUK GETS A SON %  i'l be opened on February 1. m time (or the toun^i operations Sever-1 other focsea&on. lurid are hoping to start tnwar' >e plantations are expecting ntkl Secretary said it a Club's colour is lime areen %  "Wan nop H last year when, that if there were a few boat* w *h and wine It is surrounded bv 'he Island's record crop was engine*, thev would be able to grt lily ponds and beautiful patios. 1B -"" to the fishing grounds i-arller .mo The bedrooms have private ,„, ~ ^__ have more time for actual (Whins. rathrooms and tub bath* with hot .,„ '^! !" rvJIE !" J.—T, !" unich mi ht r"" 1 >" a con side i ."£ Sf ,r k£S bedroom S S£5aW5S $iOftZ ifixr" ,n the ,,lund 8UPpu also has its own telephone „ n+UM their Trlglnal calculaof fi,h Mr. Carter told the Advocate: %  lo "* ( I. '•' """ IVnar'ir.eni thinks that the M lhfl bKtotr D^,,,^., 2 and I i"> unusual uses. The baths and I*CPJ -> 1V|M %  * n '' Junc w ", l, !' r the E irai permitting, o even until July ,,„. ilh^al l>, ption desk are built •H* iunidii umiinmrni w„ are ttxna to >et a v cry nigh the islan i T, pan xafcly with any luxury hotel in the Caribbean %  %  %  from I Ingj ait to the rriginc. proaalli th.ti would s :.i rind that the> \> I Matt funds which would be sum'. 'l <>• that the peron responthraa ipplKatloiu lola f<>r bulMIni tin' tx.it wan ordering lull Mr aald iii.it tit.the flr*t Instaaot, and ther ef or* unbet .it (in., unaU 0| supet-highway stretch Mil m's Ijike resort of •" -" %  Y'"' 1 '" . parishes, ope to the Italian He hi ,ha i Prvlatan has been g !" "** n ^ x as of Chiasao. m *' • Nothing the Italian frontier tom e to the Club for the purpose l l and customs onViaU have of %  %  (m a .-ca bath, tea or bCB able to Mem loo drinks. IB Ind Of thousands of r American cigarettes that Sl MONTHS .go an Antiqut b the Italian Peninsula at Shop was opened rtong the il DW* tban those charged James coast. It u run b> Mr. and I the Italian State tobacco Mrs. Geoffrey Carter. monopoly Tourists will tlml a good assortBvarj noa and than %  tug smugment of an cor i5 caught with a truck-load 5toek l^ a variety of hand blocked I clandcathM cigareltes. When cottons and silks, mostly beach the haul ib great, the sensitive wear II Kk markets on the public There is also a large quantity of Milan respond with a of Jarsa) MttOrj and local turtle shell articles such as clcarett*' Rocanily. for example, the pocase*. Also on *alc S %  Ul *, -flfSSf"^. tne nseatlon var.rty ot eostuma icwellcry and of 210.000 Swiss cigarettes on Wu | c rajl Tobacco Road, nnd blackmarket • • %  prices In Milan went up live lire (slightlj less than one U.S. cent) Committee had un%  h had baaD made by thM Ao> Igor? Cotn•h high rainfall rreas like lwn, ODOatruci in. equip ibj surrouadlu •"'•— %  '' of nahtn boat that whkB WQuW ill pro•'* naxi % %  nail '' %  • %  1 ,r( ''' x,: 4 the ( omralu % %  out thai Uie Advist committee wag "I UM view ll.ai ( ,. .,,.. „„,, S((11 llr ,„,),, ,,, a nthei lypaa .rf DOatl DM raiMHl to U .%  uUvi Committee %  r the industry, but Ihey The Resolution was con, t felt that ihi* I:nger type of boat fell outside the scope of the revolvThe Lesttalattvo '' m i inu Fund. The amount of UM 'U for MOO Was J5U.IKKI and the agOOSSAt %  DOVOI .-,.i brlnflinf oub.'anding loans was iii the \ I. onTacfanieala lty of MljMO, Wo bori il rducaUori lo Barbadoi f"i re than 98i'. in agraMpi %  week, which was not enough to help tru fisherman t<. I uiUI Ihll of boat and equip it with an en%  modified %  cnatl I gine. leehnical Training ,tn. Principal of the n.-w Technical Maun "ad institute m British OuaUW artu TURKEY LAYS TV"? EGGS IN A DAY A t irk"V thl prcpfrty cf Ttr. Ilaiil HinC-. binu keeping hn-. ducks and turkey* for a num bar of year* Tininikcy laid the egg* on Monday at 6 30 J in and 4 p m THIS YEAR the Colony Clulhas consider..bly extended training School Site lii-|i!'rini Colonieai Can l..i\ Foiuiduliofa For Stai>l< Pound The Director ot Agriculture some interesting information on WM n B„ rb adoa last November Colonel J. R A Branch. Comthe progress made in the llshing atteiuling thf Educitmn Conferirtl—nnar of Police. la^ward industry in Bombay. From Uiat inf. n ce hvmg room and outside patios. |,i ands iH AX pmenl in the island foimation it seemM that th. The Club also has a new kitchen. ind hen m< beard n h rumou M' know h ii I %  11 lould Ir • Mlppthf givi i poocaa to whon :> • %  arora noa lav lot engirn \OM lm anoanpaad ' Intarfei with thoaa Uunoi and caUed %  %  the Traaaur) 1 .ii no technicians in IN Wan theielore nol it' of turning do" n %  He believed IhM *rai .. mathlnsj th^t needed a lot more explanation BIKI they -hould give imag riwiglflouli i b the laxpati ling i pan II •fully URO, Jan 16 K %  I The child artU ba % wl 1 %  •rara %  %  %  %  i n %  i id after his grandfithei ll %  %  I • belief that hi %  %  Holiday ... %  | rial h.lid..\ id ICIOICIIIK The a old Katuk la.l ifhtara bul i>" I divorced een hmlt .m.t i (1 ,i, ,md Barbadoa In 1993 or 34 when the fleet *tv< ),..„ I...,I ., v "'" •' %  '•'a'hi with UH the bedroom accummodat'on ha* Colonel Branch arrive! h.-ir nd :is %  uppoaed to be riaarij iJOUbJad. Formerly th. last Monday hy Brttlan West Inm "VTs U|l I " *' M ""' ,l "' fi" ,h ""1h M— I h,. „.,li..i Y. iii !" C'jllJ,l on Cokml tt' ,ch n 1 ""* fro !" H.l.tHdmd lo to Mtol I would to ,ra-i h.... IhOM Who wUl 10 MOiicr. who ahowrd him rour,. „ ,„,„,„„ „ bv ,, l„ corner, to . %  comoo ; ,n,I ol h,PIU-r Ho.d,„, „„„„ wl at Ccn-.i Leeward Islands' Polic %  -t kick in them yet to bring the patios thus avoiding the about enormous recovery ami lay nctivity in Ihe main Club Tbc Ihe freah foundation for a stable The "summer houses" serve pound sterling dual purpose In so far as they b.'hment •-ice sources said the provide bedroom accommodation 1 raining School, and cxpressei which on would enable thci Ashing grounds Mr The tiivt iiahtai load of IT reached the waterfront Iff! took nglnet. ot CbM Poll,. **SL,HK.J" to K.t Mrltai I, IV.IO.H 10 UM I'd Ihut Ih. ti illowod m %  T I.. I I BrllUh endeavour now wai lo Irr '""li ' winter and f %  Tormululv a sterling ate. policy vertlbl. to fully rquipp.vt Mid whuh would ..top the pp.rent u "" a hom tor family occupuol some Commonwulth on • l ; i n %  " %  """, Thl, will members to encape It., restriction. *gg£ W ,"""" r ld '"" '" All members are beln asked lo So "' h A"'" 1 !" L %  tltok their current balance pa,„ Tnl '~ mls •*"• %  ' ntthott ot d U ..,i,n.iion g? "?•'" '"•" 1 r "/" hc Barbados climate and many lunchgn hope that it will soon Club, Imtaat the brutal redi ction P| the, 'rSl— • %  .„„ .„,., con and dinner parties are urruligudmitted These suggestions appare.i.ly .n^ |n h f overlook'hange • VOlve ..uestions of trade liberal.,-,, hp floox „ £„,.„ .,„„,., lion and tariffs which conference the roc) anut proves nucule to ihe new Genend Oarboats with -n,-unsaid would have to be recoral 'tone has been u-ed exI" 1 '"""' "' Education, school ferred to at next month's meeting „. nBWP i v n lh( bu, W ing. It give. ho*c H.-^t le, actual fishing, and the amount of fish brought into this hua increase considerably Of course there were snags in my form of improvement, and it had been pointed out that it might te wrong to encourage boats with dlesel engines to the dctinnent of smaller fishermen, but it was fail that the oves-rlding f-.cim DtUSl be the great need of this island for more cheap f.-Kl .mil .neontinni' pupils. Since the the Executive Comnnllnwas eonhe old Schoul Ccisidiimg the piovision of funds to lincate and Higher School Ccrenable loans to be made for tlltinu School Your GaaaUlgtfd i:< %  lehoel teim ba* Tuesday, lew schools in Geneva of member^ ol the |h Ideal bOCStfSjOUnd %0 injCft t.eneril Agreement on Trade and M .(i| |1( T %  T '<:-erinl preference.— V.r. i began In Ja like Combcrmeie, chaiige.1 Ihi school year so that It would % begir of the '" Sepleinln-i t>nl> ill Harrison College ami .. T.I -A pupil Ha was a trans* ie, fiom Parry School. The loll at Ilaiii:oii CoUegaj ll now 55^ and at Queen's College 178. At si Mn hael r.uis' KNOOI two acting DUStr dded to the start Ltd. in.Ki C iDtrta I,. T. %  he i %  i lea .. ie>. m Til [lopkli Nt'xt '!Vo Years \\ ill Be "Hard" i Pair 1 that visitors who came her.ID ec the lust example of fine hotplta.ily in ,hr perfect Barbadian • —| — — w *>, Pan Is. At the Modern ST. JAMI-.H ALMSHOI'SK loo there are appn will soon have a centurion. This pupils. year Anne Drakes will be 100 ild. She is confined to bed Nttumll. Miwian .'v of Ds.ember 2 and 3 expedited COBsfMnation of this mailer, and h< therefore had mm h pltn-ui. ll moving the concurrence of the %  %  lt solution that the sum of |10 should ba prortdad In ordai lo f imtr "Metna" enable loans lo be m/'de to a few agrivad hare i -w Cape Town Bahini boat osrnei tl it a I with %  oargo Indudlng ........ in fishing, and did ihe Bahui| peanut butlar, afina iiarnTrOuth. have i>een tharn aal vaa, to biiUd boal enrdltali Tl.ere are Mm. gincs ind I'MIM-, BhO i p.m. and a van era. atraady '• lawortad thiougta th.crown I lha box.-s to thnr ***** *", h,H %  aT**afctassjts>s) Hi ee Table buttei Is ve, 1 '"' h -" " '""" '"' v. %  1, r and the shipment ^_J "illdollW Alw "". I • ihi Iffsheare „...,, out to put more matal or ware euppllea of proaarvad meat ->. %  ( %  ant mora trade foi M-ates and .., %  of d • Britain He ... irpi ad to n nr earnad beef. . ttuinj i'i mutton, lamb, down and not ti fotlrmin Ha termed It af %  I aildci thai siM'h Hung had novel boon dona The nalwera. looking more lltn enaei ihip than a cargo ship. Ha said that If lhay bouffhl H rland and Wi irr rtunarj front an) country • i ,, III,, i... the 'hare should be u guarantee. An> II | Albion l i Ltd. man who could rievei glvo M ii,. gu i inb %  i Mild novel 11 lutlM ntu MAI. MITE The Vitamin 8 Yeast Food SoUstvsmi soe.wij t.e \.ni T. r I M.inndc E rai i!nr M, h, tppetaaStfl ii it i j .luniuis .HC contained i i M rlcmcnr* to aeepmi the bodji Bi lUnen Minnn watcb bow child. %  a Misee, let and anrv need %  hiilc and >'hii'loft II 111 |ar kren. for ages. nd Me>' I i fill D.i C..-t A << i e. i i before year 1953 compared with &71.000.OOU.000 this year. Price Controls Truman also handed Congress a 13-DOlnt LaCbUaUva Programme calling for tighter price and credit Controls, more foreign aid. imI roved social necunty and unemP" %  bonofltt, continued rent r 7^ TI conlrols. better farm price supP" tad the revision of the Taft-H.oll"> Lain rf. It i; even more true of 1092 than of 1051 that we cannot .1u il i mi inter %  I I or Government Pragramnu kga is the rhasfch f>n 1 <~(*•• i me sages '""''' '" **•" ""'""' rats at the ** inv of lha Oirtri beginning of each s<* %  lad b: the State o* ihe Uni %  d wll' be by the I I % %  Ron. E. c. Ilutson Quortad whelhe, coiiMdrrition bad I High School given to the question of ma In tenThe ehaVtarod A. %  %  >., %  u.m-.in|> Limatab • -"<• and as to who) typo • %  ) on '< cooi Rani r"i i In from Now gine would be used. He however Y-ik bringTHUI moo bags <,f soft Adams of Water Hall U-nd. purcha.se the engine. "At IAI -• % %  Bl U h Guiana, being' appointed -" Mnhae^ Lambert Batson of He observe.! that the tost of an r MoUghl fi This Aim-house has 33 patten ten males, 21 females and two boys. It can hold 80 people, bul the most il has ever had was 54 The matron is Miss V. Mottley and her staff consists of six nurs* Including three mldwivei and 1 I rhaun is Renew l{i'#ini rations bare boon n gulai I renewing theii ie *i Irat M I ut Aaani. and •rtthii .. i eni gnat k lha tempo baa m td Ughtlj The Ailing LabOUl 'iiinmlMloni i Mi .ta.k. told thl Advs-ral merday that asoopt for renewfew first-time reglslr., k na, there baa i tan > %  quiel n In %  i>.iitineiit i'. have not yat rao %  i I... %  i Us UH' ear** poasibllllie. foi tml| lion "f West Indian W> I lh< l/nltad Stales. i anv Firv Cheeked I'M infirm ir n.-. Worship Mi t A. McLeod .i .. i. met A" > %  '.i of Hi and HJfJ %  M po. on hlondjny. The large nun:'' charcoal Th* i i UM property of Pita ani Pol are I aganli Hall PUnunon and win The • also burn. 2im hole agon on %  •. ins; crop riw canes, % %  Hill i i JIIIS Village. Christ Church engine would be tn the region i.f etiWfl) gnpafrull and Inn l -n... Ufli„i. rinama *iwes rerand Ernund Archer Of KaHman n,500 or 5,&00 and . I JEwi Mm 'I"'" Rwjd St U**" 1 um jMuarv had lx-e„ mformed that it w %  rlno Ihe rhr..nr 6e-on Ihe 21 wh.-n the six of ihe: v, r we before hi Hll-M \ I them. Road, St. Michael until Janua ippeare.1 ,,., %  barged by the Polic: 1 boot: Cl -,.' I^me"•' ,he Greeny of foui bag. of wa -->H thHe'-tnwn sugar. The Police are charging ihai Ihe sugar bl the ptOMri Harold Proverbs & Co ltd. valued g| 114 9 and Ihe offence was committed on November I. Counsel in the case are Mr K. K Walcotl for Hint .1 E. T. Braiuker for Archer, M B\ Barrow for Adolphus Jones. "arllon Aiinmand Uimbcrt Batand Mr L. Williams for LOSlM have than a few boats, tore likmake a larger coverage EASTER HAMS TO BE IMPORTED A limited on i' Inm and ,, i,. ti. n fi II. boU| | i, -oi.nl I thai dand in lime for Ihe Easter trade [fUhoectOf Itouine altached W| Thl week, the Controller of B*is> he r ID. is pros.^uting for ih %  lies notified loeil imrmrter^ thai Pol tonsirteralion wUI be given to the doUai inissuance of licences coverlna the •he Korean imnort-tlon ef these pimm-Miii'" war These items will bImportad Truman st.d. The productive from Sterling and Soft Currency i i ..m> of the XI-8 .s-aves no room Sources, and Importers whr i. r funt-heartedness or defeatism apolylne for lieenco. i -ut defeatism applying for lieencomu-t do bility to carry whatbefore Friday. February 1st burdens the intermay impose Japanese Goods' Quota ;> Ships Arrive Local merchant* were yesterd > informed by the Controller ol Supplies that those who have applied for allocation of the unused Three ship, yesterday arrived balance of Japanese quota will be in Carlisle Bay which on Tuesday informed of their quota on appliI hcltered only the H.M.S. Shefcit | on u, h i Office neld. the SS. Planter, yachts and commodities ordered on licence, other small crafts. issue* from the above ouot* mu-t The three ships which arrived ^ ailnpM from Japan bat IhO SS Maps, the SS. ,, „ f M „ ch lh)( yetl Waiwora and the SS. Ocean Hanger, all of which brought CLOTHES STOLEN 20/For VfrtsliiTfi I'assfTH-bv Godfrey Brathwaite a labourer of Cagle Hall. ^t. Michael, was '.. pay a fine of 2u in 2\ days or undergo one month's im,t with hard labOW l>>* His Worship Mr. C. L who found him gulrl rAnka s' ; <• C % % %  iflassng was commuted on 16. (>yiiiii!U..iihts Uefy (si*in'\a mi \ i %  i-tion The Planter, loading sugar and and bound for the U.K. PANMUNJOM, Jan. 16 General K,da.way's headquarter -used the Communists Of fast) g the Geneva Prisoner-of-War •i.ns in locating their Rupert Clarke of Coodland. St. prisoner ramps near prime mililo the Police tary targets. in* A special announcement said IS that ihe L'mted Nations planes was stolen. He valued the clothing were in the general vicinity of Monday night hut .possible to detcrBveiyn would not be possible 1 Friday for S; Kills via %  %  i. rod rna i fl25 pri Than put Only ONE bieyde in HIP world carries this mark of perfection The Humbrt uadrinsrk ] Is yos" gusrsawe of Uung auslity, fine ipp*araiwe snd unnvilirJ lucneu). Tba Wo.lJ-s leading gailiiy Li. .. ir anici ilui maik of IUIIUKIIOB. rHUMBER 1 ISa Ariifirral ../ .. Mc,.l. SUPPLIES ///inw^ rum srw ,""""<< %  %  -— %  "Rupert Clarke o added b> the actlvilv in the harM|chfe reported to the ..nd forward with cargo, reports! the lo5 of clolhlna which mine whether they bombed war and with .chooner. dicharictnK he valued at £8 from hi, place prmoner camp, at the Communl.,1. their cargo of West Indian prosometime between January 14 and .aid that they had done, duee. January 13. —I'.P EXERCISE BOOKS hard covers. Ea 72c soft 6c. & 13c MATHEMATICAL SETS Each $1 44 PENCIL BOXES Each 60c. 84c. FOUNTAIN PENS. Hach 72c. & $1.00 LEAD PENCILS Each 4c, 6c. & 9c. RULERS ea 4c. 6c. 14c INK. per bot 8c 8e I4c CRAYONS box 18c. 30c. COMPASSES ea...24c I Harrison & I .. lid. piS tlitu TORS / %  .-.-.---.'.-,--,%•.*,--•-*.* \orin r!J/\lllTII AKIMA Till \TM1M MtON will fi) MthMfcay, J:iiiu;irv 2lsl. Bonk Vour Appoinlmenl To-aVty! K Ml.II IS ITU. 33. BKO\ll STRI.KT



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PACE MX n\RR.\rx> K *W am a. %  T-* CM • I on 1411 \i rOMOTTVE A VMM M !i>r %  •KIIMIVSI. -All o wh I %  A pal) A L Maxra. Advatan d ft rut 17 1 % %  : ELECTRICAL Anpiv LIVESTOCK Hart**! Mar MlllSn. %  %  ,, .i U'rt* iv I II 'flm D s uaun MM fhae*. Stall* Cj-.ltr r*axr' wi'i> %  mum* l.*u> HhaHarrl BmlU. oi *# M-: l—> IndLio-n. oefaar* m • •M and lutiM. l"Ur.aral and lJquoi it.iaaad In St M-Ml Raw Bridealoan %  a av.a caw* ret. Any **ie> miiasla n MM h*> an •ibm.tt—. .lain*** corri.n^c • %  mail •i\cmi II Mmaai Ho. MMMI |1 i %  J.. Itiosi-Fi T IHilSI I IT-iapr*' St Jama* ataiKlin.; MSB, * l.r.iw of land Thr %  I i.ini Uraarir* i.d dtnlns IJ**hf*>l TOOT. I -In nd bain, htodatn %  ..( Oc-idang. P MarWy. Cove*!. A I'nlrrrelftaT K Jnhi.sr..,. Johneon I ne. B Dam.. Hart. J lh" Fui-tcsa* -mrv (.lam* V OaotaJ D H.MSBir daa>. •* I—'' ItirtXM %  !• Bl a* ox ti MftAI %  Harbour Log GOVERNMENT NOTICES -i. Ir.-n M..i.da I .-I • ..n hoM r ri.%  .,.. | %  | Ml %  — %  i,.Mr %  iMfcdtl %  i.W.I hnld myall ranibl* for fc<-i < ,1a. orlra-iara IM dabi anvon* lOltr-NKO 1.AYNF. I.IIM \IIII.MI 7 All cammintcMi"" *no..i.ri*s %  „,. a< h.->l Ia-" • th* hrxl' Mill IIJK.VI Tin.* i-ifbil Alislt-n Pup hnt Afcpl. Ml8 A < A %  !•" Barb"—. II.! %  Ml ( M\M( M. -ii i r. a Smith. *.. % ( V*ch> tnatuytman. MV L..rnW *h 1 7.1 W"ntl* Sab Nl-oe*. ABSMVAL. I Ban.*. 4J1S t*n* %  %  • *.. tn .m Mas. V*rt i t,ur* I** tone %  ' %  Cap* a'<••* Dtimtaim M V Madna. *J1 a-. nav Caa' f>. imiKw.d. -|yiv('r I "' Knt|ii til..ana %  .IV araram %  %  '• • •'• c * > Tart i£i u "!*r(IUl(l POST OFFICE NOTICE Chugai 1 t A all MMt MU MISCKLLANEOUS kOMCVLTVHAI POWCI Un in% aHM (a.l S..rr %  %  . I ft. H*. |fl ft aa.v ilnAuto Trr Company. Trafalfa •llrari. Phon* MM II I U 1 f ri HOUSES Aonm "!' %  "' dw< Huatadl e" trail* n Bolt Dial 4M3 J li 1 u %  %  %  71. BFACH VIEW-On Ihc *". Coat! from l*t Fu'l (utnilia*d ineludiiw Hal Ofaliam Dial DTI. tfa.-rl i-at \f It KOCKLKV NEW KOAI) Nrwlv bui ..^lern ilona bunBlow with Wll-h. ..pbo-ra Mandlns an ptro i.W" q II land. UM* Itouac fcuilt o>i laia* %  att roMiprlamtl thia. badfouma all la i .. Hknaj bathtoom ale kJHMtt. i livind roomwith wondrrful ol Owl Count Corraaatjndind : .i*nundamaalh liiclua aprvaaM rooia. balh and loii.t. i md arad aullabl. for law nobby F,* furthar Intennaiion P*on Sundayai 1M Wawfc-dayi a am hn 17th Jatiuor). 1952. Poal omcc 01 tettowa — Di'iliiafion Bermuda CtOlda (Dirrrt) .. Cuiml-i (via Timidad) : a -thould b smendert rjcnprai Poi omc*. %  Mr. JffdUMiy. I S2 tit 1 52 2n i AIT M.nl Schedule An M-i]^ Will IKrlnwd at the Tli 2.30 p. 2-SO p 2.30 p -' JO 11.45 B r DM m. Tuesday %  Thursday m. Tuesday in Thursday MH Friday y. it A CI-ARKE. Cok ilal Potmaer : B [-•—A bungaiow Ml %  9TKV/AHTVILLM".. m -I Hocklai. CntlH Chuieh. .tanair. „„.._, II ! -,-• .• o land M>n m PafeM Kn-.-l '•• %  • | diawlnaai.d ilin"' I ICttaii ale -kK-li SHIPPING NOTICES POLICE TRAFFIC RULES 1'..i built*-Jamaica Cricket Mauhes at Ki-nsinieton Oval on Ihe ITW, 18th. Itlh. Hat, 22m. 24th. !5th, 2lh. 28th ..n.l 2th I l muary. 1952. RULES made by Ihc Governor-in-ExecuUve Committee under section M' sf the PtAico Act. 1908. fop Ihc rtstllattltB N trafrlc between the hours of 10 a.m. and .0 p.m on the days on which Cricket Mutchragainst Jamaica will 1* played at Kensington Oval. • 1 In these Rulesvehicle" includes .arriag-s. wagon*, carts, motor vehicles, bicycles, tricycles, vans, h mdcBrts. trucks, barrows, and all other machines lor the por .age of goods or persons. 2 All vehicles proceeding in the direction of Kensington Oval between the hours of 10 a.m. and 5 p.m shall approach by way ol Lakes Folly and Fontnbelle Road only and shall proceed in slngl line down rontabclle Road. 3 Between the hours of 10 a.m. and 5 pm. no vehicle shall, proceed on Fontabclle Road in th. direction of Lakes Folly, except the motor-buses on route No 25. 4 Between the hours of 10 a.m. and 5 pm no vehicle shall riWr K'nmgton Gap from Westbury Poad. 5 Between the hour* of 11 a -n. and 6 30 pm. no vehicle shiil he parked In Fontabellr Road from the Junction of Lsyj< (unction of Westbury New Road. 6 After 3 pm. all vehicles Icwing Kensington Ovil shall do *o by way of Fontabelle Road. 7. Between the hours of 5 p m and 6 30 p m. m Milcli ball enter Fontabelle Hoad from the direction of Lake-t Follv except motorbuses on route No. 25 and all vehicles approaching Kensington Oval shall do so from the direction of Westbury Road. 8. Drivers of vehicles shall oi>cy all orders given by any member of the Police Force Mad* bv the Governor-in-Exe utive Committee this 14lh day of January. 1952 Bv Command, J. C. KING. Ckrk. Executive Committee. \i;\\ suns II WIH.E THEIR OWN CARGOES %  ..-;aihelng designed for Brit;ir chant navy. Thev will be equipped wl'Ji their 04F0 machinery for n-ndD in bulk—a revoiutlonl Use of more of these ships may result in a relief to the country. •d transport systems taking more goods on ahort coastal runs. Cement and Coal Thev are being specially de%  %  -iwd th-it Tior. .nncker :i gen..IKI money Tne iMMiaa rontam* drawlns and dim", nm, 1 Mdraoina, kllrt-.. a*c sslltW f i and %  wrarnmar.l wii lirtaliad BaiIrourction b' appaHilnwut .lh 11.* %  i i vi I > /I \\V|. I l.l I MA\/ urn .UKllO .'.trxlsnnl Th ptorartr will ba al t n Publl* CamuMltkan al Jamaa %  It**!. aVissSa W sr il |H .air f OSV Friday M .nrtanl. YFA ARWOOD a BOVCF. AUCTION 0V1 N--1 a. tM lilts* n>p ol Ilia alova va thai l>-a>. ioai .>-. in..i m oreUna . anil da*a II n> Iraa lime ai ...nHally Fltlad -ill. .par "'•III In haal ladH-alot only SI T H v Utm lUrriann. Ilardwi Slara. Broad ilraal It 1 SI 1 wiT arU M rrlat lllh al I p It 1 ItsdKMarnay a <-. Illlmaii IUS mod*l rV.iil>_'** Wri 3 %  Ban*.. Ail-Sieal Body and i __• % %  .— %  I — cidn Tt""i CMB 1 MtKF/i7i aln--t or |*ra* and al raawnabl. prlcaa %  *, ... .lioaroatn tr dial •*! FI-*T-0 I,.,. .::' : Ganlnt FUrH M-.i-l ISIh pM-K.1. ol Unnnal Major you can con iiM. St lira a. Flulufr"Iwlv ma Jrrr* lor Llhl nmldina* rlr iblirom Slack eaniaal B P tltiMON SOW B Co. Ltrt Dial Ml? IT.IM-In Mexico rsasM Big StajaT V.\|:iiivit>r MEXICO CITY kxKO : %  ..all 1.0 "> Wn "' l".^'' %  *J2S p. -tei.t %  -. 'ion i* .ome 700.000 t m %  year. Uada. "" %  %  **• %  • %  prod^ 1 ''' • ill bo PIS. I '-o 830.000 lofU I I.r I960. The plan includes Dlt> iUng 120.000 ti>i if sugar 1" Me.ii '. to p event %  ndue incitase in prise and ir ;i<"'.it."ii Mn offl-Jai of th. BBslort -it %  74.060 ..crei will l t" the scream i I tins wll %  inu-rmil prices." I .. .'-.u. ::i,.i Of n gM in Mexi.-i :,i || lufflCiCnl to meet but i" ikei fiiporti .1,1 l.i VeTIUlH-.i ,, and pugi prochi V on tlie list of expoi. items foi Which lie* R aqUJri ;l v. i Ir l.i.f. .iry |Q |n UT1 ron-timer %  i |i ( t ||ii turn iose i %  30.000 torn :i yejai fron IM0 %  it. Only linep 1*7 has produ. lion lie":. to i ills' ilomcvi' had been 8 • %  > npoi t i 1 r P w A\II:II HEL> UNDER THE SILVER HAMMER NEWSPRINT RV irronunriidatlon* ol UeSssl A.rni* win sfH o minAY ir. 1Mb at ; P MUSHMI. *" OB. Ud Warai-ua. l*i.rh*d. • Boll* Na*apeint ,lr~ J -'flat* TRBMS CAW BRANKrR. TROTMAN at CO. UNDER THE IVORY HAMMER NEW %  l .'. w .rP 1 taili II n >ailn 1511, Jan STFAMF.lt Bill Pi 'TIAMIII %  III! STF.AMF.R aalla STF.AMI i YORK MERVIf-E ii. Jan MtrnP) R'doa ISIh J "TH.. lidoSHi F*S>. IBM arrive* B'dot Btin Fab IBM "NEW flRIEAN* iaTITPOi i I*I arrive* Br^o. in-, Jaa iwit IBth Jan ai.lv lido. Il'l Jan ItSI ...iiva. Ilii| llth F-to |M1 CANADIAN tElVMjS VABD MAN-For Umar-l i I'lanlalloi paraon II I M ,li I AHi a> DM manaf* amah .lor. |a I in m IM Inf Crop, efllcr .M drmrtaii K.t.t. raatori f I M li >1 TrlBHJt'KB Waaaa al St.p S "AIXOA It)lNTF.R•< •* Al.' iA PF.<1A11'S" • i' OA ei. \N im A HTXAMEK i .. M i i TMUM LTD. — NKW fOBR AND GULF .CRVICB. APFI.V:—DA CKMITA C4 UTfl—CANADIAN SERVICE Ball* li. i.. Mth Nav 11 Itlh Dae fl Mih l>a*. II A"l.-. ruib>*M %  th Da*, it Mth De< SI tlh J*ny U 7lat Jany. i-iihii \oiiri.s N.l.,.. .1 Mwhin* Opeiatar . i in pavwm wiili %  rrtth IVwdtif Eal.tr> A 1 IT I '1 SB v. li al I'l.ANTATHINS 111 II.DIM; IIIVIKK BnOAD STREET C i i i.i • r Sales \.: i i> lor. Trans-Canada Airline*. UO.A.C. ana B W I A. \l I n\ STI \MSII1P ( OMPANl relephone Vn 44f.fi PUBLIC WORKS DEPARTMENT. DOMINICA APPLICATIONS are Invited fOF the post ol Assistant Engineer. jn a 3-year contract. The -alary ..f the post is between 2.880 and 81.340 per annum, according to experience, plus Cost of Living Allowance of 18 2'3% of salary. Quarter* are not provided A single man Is preferred In view of the difficult housing situation. During the period of the MOD ran tfc re vill be major I jetty construction, building, bridge, and water supply works. Experience is required in the taking oft of quantities, structural design and detailing, and in the estimating of building works When submitting applications the following hexd* stimild be used: (a) Name in full with date and place of birth (b) Marital state and details of lalnll) 1*1 (c) Qualifications and highest educational att.unment (d) Engineering exprricm-i. thevarious types of work being separately enumerated and some measure of the • the works being given in dimensions or cost. Applications should be, at least in part, in the applicant's hand writing. .. '.. The Director of Work*. Public Works Department. Dominic will willingly ; .riwe r any questit <-. applicant niisjht wish to address to him for a period up to two weeks from the Bppearaoce of this ad v ert i se 111 e 111 Applications should be submitted lo His nsstiour Ihe AdminiMratoF. Dominica, as soon as possible. Government Office, Dominica. .. _, 31st December. 1931. ORIENTAL SOUVENIRS SILKB. CURIOS. ARTS vr.N'nr.Mon. SKDAS. JOYERIA* Y ARTISTICAS CUKIOSIDADF.S TKAIDOS DB LA INDIA CHINA a EJ1PTO THANTS Pr Win Hry. Bt Dial 3486 NEW AMERICAN GLASSWARE Jugs. Tumblers ll*he< llnwlt. and many othe tlr.tlne Hems. I,. V,. HuhhiiNin & Braad St. CO,. ITD. Dial 42i? V//////rVr*W'V''''''''' V ''. A MODERN BATH ROOM is a necessity and with an... c ALL-WHITE FORCE\ LAIN GEYSER a warm or f hot balh Is obtainable in matter uf minutes MORNING, NOON, or NIGHT a S ee them Al Vour Gas Shoiwrooni, and %  book one lo-dait from our n\rl shipmenf. JUST --.•r*.**-r-.*-*-'-'a**'-*a'a'-,---,-,*,-.--*-,.*-'--.•**'-'-*.--'.'.*-'.I.OVT •& HUM) LOST UQUOR LICENSE NOT Id The apj.llr.ii.ori ol Enid QUtBa Iliml. ol I"e Mount. St Pr 1 mlaaton 10 **ll Rptnt.. Mai %  At at a boarded and aBBM itlai %  >—t in rr-iilrnra al Tl,. rVb-r Dalad thi. Til. day ol Jan.. T> SVI1NFA II Nl RSi: I.J I t.ianr-1 F.Nin r.ini I1F.NA rTINDI An.""** NH TI... Spp tt OBtlaB a h.ld ,• |v ,-. i., .n.lav. thr r. 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THURSDAY. JANUARY 17. 1U aXKRAIKX VDVIK Ml PAG1 -I \i • %  HENRV BY CARL ANDERSON FLINT OF THE FLYING SQUAD .... BY ALAN STRANKS & GEORGE DAVIES THE LONE RANGER 1 iu BY FRANK STRIKER 5-i'-&EfitW,THT>JE LA'.'^H.TONTO. I fib. civETOjae OF T-£ CROOKS') I Ins • i maim <Ou CO I 1 I CAPE NOT COB EOCO-MADAMVHTWOW I MtACD >CU SeNOf I *%•€ HC*", j THAT PE?AP6 or coc H AOAMI **V I %  :u '.;%  • AHV-IU.I GLAD TO ML %  %  MT IOJ ', ^-HAvE A UTTLE RM0i -_'.RIP KIRBY BY ALEX RAYMOND -"PUGMT.IC ,. 5E A"* CUEE'i v. a. REV/OLT __ IVCH BEHEAD | %  %  %  l! SC *-AT -.5 -At.550E / P** ACWLC LCO* PBF-TyCwTMETiD i C-'ASP***' .".V 1 Aw vC' SC jNATTBACT.vI T„|>H CCN5 QE T-EP8CSPECT C*CC M**'ED VE WHL PL" CBG*" EL OG*... Tt vesT...*Mepe*ep v ADOOIOWSi (VifHEC. ^^J -:,C MOLP IT NO 0C C* THAT BALONE S* 0 VHF PHANTOM BY LEE FALK & RAY MOORES Sensational New Make-up! to ii it tin t i*m iiml /'oiii/rr in nf HORNIMAN'S TEA tt9 f USE ANVTtMt ANTWHtEE j IO-DAVS mws run j ;. STANLEY tilHBONS J .; -nufliiii-d SUmp I *Ulg.| 60 • I Tins K RAFT MACARONI & Bots. OKEEFES BEER 26 11 CHEESE .41 .: ROLLS TOILET PAPER 33 l D. V. SCOTT & Co. Ltd. Broad Street II i i o i. o \ x \ ii i t. IMM i: II 11: s PHOTO FRAMES in a fine assortment Silver Plate in a range ol sizes FOUNTAIN PENS Just in time lor re opening ot Schools SWAN PENS SUMMIT PENS CONWAY STEWART PENS WATERMANS PENS PLATIGNUM PENS ADVOCATE STATIONERY NEW DAILY COMIC STRIP OF SP:r ADVENTURES! E ikinj; off fr<:m Earth, worl maun i.lv.iui.r. • KI.VSII CORDON beads for Jupiter. What mj % %  % %  *.itl lr revealed on the stniiuje mi-iy planel ilt.it bai row i. i rarthbound in. a for . niliri.-? Follow FLASH GORDON in hk ne dail) ndvenlurea a'. Inlendi .i daring i upeuilion ialo out i" %  natee. TOLLOVV FLASH 00 EOQN EVERY DAY BEGINNING FRIDAY JANUARY 25th IN DAILY ADVOCATE



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fiatbaas* -^% TT Afrboratr f PRICK. Hi the O I pre— B l Comrrmnwealth Finance Talks In London ted West Inui.r Arthur Lewis. In a feature Bl tide m Ihe Fineiu-iaJ Times, he points uui !hc disadvantage to certain colonies of the continued accumulation of "vnspendahl.-' fVrrling bfttinces end peadaati thai they will go on rating throughout this yew .ind the next. Tins will happen, he says, beca me ihu colonii p praei %  it.-it ion at the present Commomv.alU. Finance Talks and therefore have not the opportunity ot "directing their aearchllght upon thoae British policies which prevent them from getting an adequate supply ol From Britain." Profe points out that the colonies are only a group of territorial whose sterling balances alt the time. EXPLOITATION "Britain talks of colonial development." he oes on. the contrary, its the African and Malayan | who are putting capital Into Britain. For the Ftrtt .since Free Trade was adopted in the middle of the 19th Century, the Britiah Colonial Sjyatem lias become the means of economic exploitation This reauU wasn't intended No aaWlishman to exploit the coloniei. To those whi, realised what was happen inn the present system was • %  ca.ise .* ;,i ..nn. iI unforeseen and unintended result ol economic policies winch had kept Great Britain insolvent the end of Ihe w;u Professor Lewis says that the disadvantage of the inconvertibility of sterling to hardcurrency earning in the colonial is obvious. Without exchange control, they lose nothing by membership of the Sterling Area and gain from the free movement of capital. But since 1945 clearly worse off than they would be outside the Sterling Area This, however, is not the case with those colonies who would be selling their produce for sterling whether i\in the Sterling Area or not—which is probably the majority, he continues. They would still be earning inconvertible sterling, would still have to spend it on and would still have to accumulate unspent balances. The way to make the sterling convertible and to stop further accumulation of balances. Professor Lewis says. :i.< BnUhh manufactures available in such quannd at such prices that they displace dollar manuraeturee both m and outside the Sterling Area BRITISH METHOD The method which appealed most to Great Britain stive method of imposing ruts on dollar >: U holders are forced either to %  U or accumulate still moi e This was the debtors' case; creditoi hardly !>< %  expected to accept It. • >r rutting the colonies' importe,'' Deludes. M The colonies are exporting the) import and are building up large balcannot get all the imports thev need. y capital goods, and their development pro.ii consequence retarded They are In effect, paying Britain for goods which nol deffvei Must further sicrilices he imposed HLQIIRED NEW TOOK, Jan. 18. I MM img cnaH : %  of Uu> Commonwealth i rlther ol its predecessor %  .t.on thai Oi*nWuaUea %  %  The TiaMe recalled "in 1947 the' of ihe : 41ar shortage. The cmil Britain but the sterling area a* at whole Hut mi th.if ..eeasion llkel •'iH,.„, n oMUd al I* be stated m ui i %  i ; %  %  | %  ON lerlinc area Lut tawi sterling ana In hun no* Mtf out of balanr not only with 1TMI but With continental Europe and tha non-sterling o lil a. a whole. | It is obvious that the problem hM now reached the point wbtrr I %  %  the complete u'-examtnnll. n of the structural found alien* on which the *terling j 99 J rARKIS, Uio Haguaent < n^Iodiao aufcea an ritoit to -v? in Hifoot hall mtea bet wren Vie Baibado* BaWMteai ind the "U" ''urn il H.Ms Sheffield ,> Hi.i; • moon The nut.h ended | 1.V01IT Of til* 11 M 8 Hirfhri.l —r.r Jll.flpilt'llt Raterrved in Iiisurunrr QHC GRENADA. Jan IH ids Leraeale Justice n <; Manning today reserv* i Bant •" % %  l ifUM SUIUBJ IOI the %  company had addressed .,11 >,terilay afternoon and part of thi* morning, the plaintill '<• eoumel was speaking next nil the luncheon adjournment when the decision was di tei red Hoaten for ih defence, laid Ibi ethei ought to ROftpedal eondtUooa lq denado during Fvbruar) to March ing that ihe Administration had hfled tin B ..nrv the day before Die data Ml which thf lira took fact tin %  I lifting ol • abundant row %  I v. I] I I Eden Returns From U.S. Talks LONDON, .'an lti FOREIGN SECRETARY Anthony Eden and ( Sir Oerakl Templar tin Inted British Comml itoni r for Malaya, New Yorl Templer. 53, was nai ad q • d the lash ol \i \ %  Coi n ... uenlla Borce • Ma He to %  Sn Henrs Gurrn y killed in a CnmmuruM ;tmbusl n jui iatl Jul\ —— %  Kdwj Truman and Canadian oir l>ut mainl. H i ti led We did m I in make any -pe< H bm to review the woi 11th mn Aim i lean (1 i i 1 %  • on them Next Two Years Will Be "Hard VTASHIN' %  % %  %  %  i.:!: III ihe inausl i M. -.one I ... IM|| l* I. %  %  I %  .•led .uiUx-fc. in hwWH %  1051. iir no d i| lupplla %  part of II gramme of %  %  %  I t reach M,00fl %  In xi FISHERMEN RESCUED '• On ol Hall Moon Fon. si Lucy, John NorChecher Hall. Si. i.ucy Ibert Qnndlaon of Black ". %  i e*cueo %  i %  On re 5 %  %  %  11 Ian | at the i the MhwJ . I ltd at the %  in laid lha reliai ct m ihe — i tlm ease. >:it there i .itiilitlitt<*•' 'I J I triiu iemiin. ned -.. t'\* hiii"ar racl ournood. LONDON, Jan. IH. I I • rnern-. %  :imittee of the ln-|ful than to : it Sugar O eua d li cto dli %  with inietiikliniial jgu-eii \i!i meet m London • %  Mai %  i Th* purpose of the moetli up the draft ior a nr. e-tabiiahmg the abaenca "I trail %  %  .-.. %  %  oncUided I ttween <-...:. p. Egyptian Police (Kw Drlainnl CAIRO ... lUahl anni ..:. %  I 1 %  (I %  II poue. found %  House Pass $1,385 To Replace Paris Of "Investigator Hi)l SE OF rVfc^fcMBLY taag or* r$l 380 i''i n phi %  D. II i.. Cwaaunina (L] .... iieenbtrN to the addendum •' that ih< Lioeeiniieni Surveyoi ppM | ha led that the bronxi pellet --• | i I 0* rd IH'^IIIIK and sine nl tj.e rube H, a. i Mtdition aue iu the Bsi Ion of the me... Il I I nuneaVafd i epucemeni ot the vi\\ nt* % %  i .. .:... OtUUAO .,. iformaitpti %  I,.mde,I : %  Kim • %  %  | rung tdwi V :-r at the launching of Ui %  v.aa no but iiinotioad in the fil beasod la mam lhai Uv Mafl wen ippoh i otaKaMI \..'emrer l. Iienee the l-v.it .uile %  . .. ^.,, %  %  I lie banks wheri 1 na %  i hi had e >>ii MMWt wai .'. BrlUln and the US n %  lie published Bhottb vajg-np^rr A*id thai %  I to IVfala.va. M HJti kl as ijomiblr." He said. It ,• ., UNafJ king Ir.r %  %  -i r. Mr \ r On 'l.i Mr. I Qaiaard l h H.h.dl ill %  ; %  %  : %  I %  I COMMUNISTS Will. -FIGlll TO Till. HEXTII" 17 W.I. Islands Added To K i a.n OCkel Kailgr PANMUN %  H v. I i %  LOMDO 1 < 17 tonal! %  %  | %  %  %  ,. I %  Churchill MailiMember of 9oeieti III CiiH-iiiiiali Bllh TVrritortc^ ., .Ill IJ\ l.\4. A MISSAI.I fGTON %  .rchill, ttauneh than p %  : %  I Empin Wednetda> a %  hatodHari miI %  %  || hie f I ..mi dd*"!i male %  .* ii aw* %  Tfv i". %  %  1 t r. "Investigator* On Trial Run .... ,i ti ..i %  %  .. Dolpl %  in hei cabUt. %  u mada a/lth i view to ma Una; n % %  %  %  %  %  WiMiatm. I %  Ooddard of (he <, i tment, ^ waa aboard 'he gall MUgwtt*. I H • Ifhl • %  %  The Allli i %  %  %  I .,l tl %  .' i i Crown A* l %  tinK.-iilfe uir gumufai %  %  lo iiivr |he >'••"' peewag ii . from in i | of i %  I %  .. vhwthai ti ,,. %  i.. apem Mr I r Miller It.) .... i, aagngQ am d on ii" raphMS II,. beat Ni %  %  i' i beat, one wautd r %  woUld 001 %  DU kfldin %  %  i. ; bwed iir i ummiiii IL) aald thai Ua %  %  to* wan Ihi lillW "d i aaaaa I %  He aaid that th. NWI MM at the paajuoal of '• Diroc,1 %  ( AjarteulMn and am mad r Crawfnrd. Ihi nun.in Sm*. MII Df Shipping i luaUned nun amo pohtU HM report th.it the doVM I boa) "ete of MCh a n.'ii be* aaould be lemedied .it ih-irua i pa abl • 11 Mtuoffly; \ %  -, \ • rOH i.nneii.e, Hi ih.it gflOtft Meferring % %  tin i •*made tut St < iiinmm* fatt, iQa' -lut imtnl-! knei the i Ihf I..! ,:> i-J MMfM m* stand up ID niettl •"iim. art agft. Mr 1 II MwUle. I ititO MRjw MJJ" u-w he fell it ^ avoaaatj lard ' apei i u a Wrti *lnch waa abuut two year<7M Ih wondered I ihe w> *otn iienl realmed lhal bJ %  i it type "' m.-.tei.il from tha sterling />•• iilv aimltier mean* of exptoilinj rolonlae> He Huggrnt.-d to the Oovernmen* of the fact that thev laaaed \al w*ek. wu.riev (.., -an <-' %  • %  .i,-,'.', inacmn" iv In iheir boatf. thev ihi ••riefuii. into the matter HI wiintivl to know what ti | 'Km oi -mati ioat 'nei he if. aftei putting machlmi tr theii hoats for two years, they VMre 'hen nilOd Upon t replaethe *urV.-inl II. I thai moeteni %  . and i' RSth in dfi I >1 'mm *ngl %  were not itn * Oa page S AMI /'/for p erms %  nthe I %  ... i Hie Alhrt %  %  %  %  %  tttli %  I Hi _.rei 1 ihi %  %  %  Police laak Fair inloimalioii i It; SiabWetg bjcidem Policeman Shot U Cuhti %  t UI) ...i. j'-tnfeafai %  (• %  >\-IIM \MllIVM%  otilridllnE x radle-telephone et loeal Harbour A shipping Department >esletd*v. I* eeeet meaaage frem the "In\ "ituiator" at tea. M %  %  f'tig news that Ihe wan off |i-l.i .ithe mensage thai the I i iveMlcaUr. -telephone %  t t.lghthouv %  p the Harbour Mater*i Ofnre at Nortpe COHMM \Unv\fler Shijiurerk Anna M Nur* .ind Midwit* af %  %  %  paaseaawi i. nj • • • %  • %  %  %  i %  %  ,'niiii %  %  i %  % %  I %  I i %  %  %  i, Htorm waters before ON %  %  • lilt lIVi whip on '(• b* .II b behu I i'„i. • %  h : %  build, iii %  • iw hat. ported that u. %  %  %  %  • I .. ... %  %  ACHESON M*NO COMMENT %  meiit on tl Japan under Ih' Agreement -iftc tha I %  Such .IT % %  paper, .... i %  our tun* Hi %  —ti.p. Prw eh RovfiM Hmri Bock '<%  .! Rebela %  %  %  1 i i %  %  %  %  %  —t'.r %  Ue/jf rteg MJUKd ra 8ERGER PAINT AT ALL HARDWARE STORES CARDINF.R AUSTIN CO.. LIU-ARMO



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PAGF TWO BARBADOS ADVOCATE TMTRSDW. MNVABt IT. IMI V ICE-ADMIRAL Andit %  M i present here i On his rt,;g Ship H.M.S SNe#M-|d g-ve a Cocktail Hurt) on board yesterday evening from 6 to 8 n clock Two i pinU were invited AntifuB Holiday M l BLES t,. fly to AMICU on a short holiday, She 1 arlll bi %  way for about ten oays. Grenada Journalist M F. RUDOLPH KNIGHT 04 the Editorial Sl.m Indian". Grnid' new---paper arrived here tWly llns wro on IWO ...Ilday. Formerly on t.h, I of the Beraada* Ilecar.lr, an Old Combermrn B H Barbados last March •*• ei ndti toottHbH BI '< % %  of matches ag.imM a local >etm. Canadian Senator H ON. JAaRS A MAC KiNN' IN %  %  %  %  %  %  lot a le* dry* ago On the Lad* Ka4nr> p.i, i : lad -""i n tu ted ban yartarJay monuni i" fajub Catting K\ WEPDIMCS H npar rrl hv h. HaTTy D. Thor ra Buett-s nt tha Marti %  Hotel. Third Visit M B AND MRS C H OAB LAND anm iiiwng Of from Cainn 1 i I C A. Th. i. tii. ii third el %  i?i ra '.'i | ... C 00 in View Hotel nd Is President of Red I .in' Limited. Ottawa. Leaving To-day M U FRANK Dl B i Jockey who rode in tht (Trinidad Turf Clui/s cr.risim.1* meeting fur Mr Trestrall is dui to a b dot to-day oa in•*•] to England via Jamaica, Ha a II apend u short holiday In Jamakj before retUXniiig lo England in late Febru uy or .ily M:irch. J Long Leave > ni holidn>ii)g in liar•' on long %  %  side". Hastings. She U on the stafT ol Messrs lii-*rr Brag in Georgetown. Her broth'-. Bill who is with the %  k i>f Canada In Georgetown hope* to come over to Barbados for a short holiday someApril. Flying Club MeU T HK barbados Lighi n Club held their inaugural meeting last night at the CharaSiOl of Commerce. The meeting began shortly after 8 o'clock. Omc< :. were elected and severe I mutters. Including the purchase <>> an aeroplane, were discussed. W.I. Tour MAURICE McGREGOR. itton Manager. TCA. Atlantic Region, who Is at present in the W 1 QB vMt |*> Uirnad front his one da day and it is u#i that he plans to leav* -.!.,. f..r Jamaica. Back From U.S. M R. K. M. SHILSTONE. Km* S UeltOf and partner of the i |Ci n C ottlaL Catford and i who had been on a 'lie US., has retur.ied tr Talking Point Tii in*, not llior a maw trill *" mueh as lift up his UUlfl (ntfli on ifour behalf unless he im his ft la II. Faraoq Isenthum Incidental Intelligence F OR people who like to take Iheir exercise sitting down i skating—.Saiurdau Etmtraa -L.EH. M' Bid up to limit at once and cut out the guesses | 'Long, a 1 M I oi bidding the limit %  : i in Standard EMdn A v\dS> f Is often the next round tl he inrtiunces the 1 lull value of his hand and leaves the tlnil decision to Ills partner I li has -asm some time (or ima technique to be generally %  %  re in tlie -MtDi' ol making light i and their partners lean %  ratta rais.ng muster a >.mp? ra.se on the tint round, no* uida Four Spades, only to loae Sou point* KIISO there was a lair chaace of beai-ng roui Heart*—North luriiu.g up w.ih a diRrrent type of head. .' i. .-i, ma] M that an immediata raise U> Two Spades would i-vr bought the contract. It does not make life any easier lor West, who uughl laoR the courage to r.-bid at the Three level oppoti'* a silent partaar Tii'principle is Uie same it Souths hand M • KJI2;*S;*JIIHI; iur.t) : *. K IMLfSl?; • J It): The score is East-West game. %  iipens One Heart North Did* One Spadr and East passes makes a rautious pass West now I Hearu East Three and West Kour Hearia whan tii.> nxnes iuud ;s 10 htm that Four Snadea might oe a rheap save %  like this : V1 Biakr' So Soi •t" ii West again opens One Heart at Hie same score. NorUi bids On. Spade and Bast Two liearu It i fatuous for South to bid anything bul Four Spadra First. than must be a good ciusnce ol makina it. ahaiever North may have for his oven-all. secondly. Month anil have to say Four Spades on the next round if Easi-Wesi go to Four Hearts It thai Pour Spades may not be on. but the immediate Kitne rail leave* the opponents i . in;.It >„ %  -ur.' thai South u SIT. rlnng Ins values—for all theknow, he may have a real frrak They are loss mrlined to double and %  .... a plunge Into an unmakeattkt Hearts TODAY %  I 'Mill M((M IMI uuin .OM. .1 MBV4IIA ii. •( OM ••• % %  rI **' '' >t M.SS „ THE SEA HAWK i aii> IJS — • s a aas > a ntan ran a na si III i i %  An IDA LI Pl>0 fr-j-.n... VtARKBTT, MII>\II BAT. IMk %  Absaii a %  %  %  aasal %  IMS X TMtlB LIVES mtn -i sWNif i v NKTT t\i)oi Hoa I V I. A Z PI AM A m'l'lu. tAIFti'"""* 1 .IT %  "T "AMES EMPIRE TO-DAY — LAST 2 SHOWS: 4.111 & 8.30 P M. RrpuMIr Doubl. : ADELE MARA — WARREN DOUGLAS — IN — -lilt INNER CIRCLE" AND lOkll IHHIliC. Film Show In Kiikland. he Is under contract 'fokio She %  • /. HCLEN fESCUSON pl.YlNCl lo Saigon. French lii'lo. China, next month for two —^MORROW nighf. Film Show i Augustus Per*"" as u,ual at 8 1V *** P">.u-sDii British Military Attache i AMERICAS COLUHX; .LBCRT DEKKEB wilh JOAN DAVIS .penlni! Tomorrow at 2.38 -V Ml AT IMI'IKI Hb get away from the cares of the home and the cares of the day SEE A MOVIE LIKE THIS KILLING A UN ISONETHIFiS... in four partsBritish •:, %  \V.-.tern Isles (an outown. on. M Ih. Ur>l lUI ,„.,>,,„„>, .,,,,„ ta II..1 m"l SSSST B*. loi ding 11 U* "ChaHta CViaplaln a: the Bank." i .Uirinn wl.nli ttmc hiMcood ..I Uat PMneh M.IIII wa a iu<* al ihc-1I...I...K. Il.i.l -TMB M can be nfC tt U TClM Prime Miniiter Brosdcmli ,, Mr. lluir hoi*... lo rrlurn In lh|. .....vs Mils Ferguson. M. Gliv-li..,*r n ;_L. ,. v West In.li, Ml fnt Ihe olon alrea.lv hu | h.„, .,1.1 ,w_ %  Trlnldni lirl Club'> I9U CinMaerranu rrad] lor Ml brlda n QiaHT HON. w I N ST o N pond. I\ HUHI The Woman Who Knew No Fear t (Milt iff* tt m PMCE OF F/i/ve /// TMlB/GT/ME SPORTS MCXITf B M. Marl Ol.l. i meeting. Satgon. Ml i ..ii. small, fairli.u'i'.i. L: .. i i. | : i I %  I ^li<* %  ill I litabli S neon's hot i i mate M PI mperturl I M by UK umcuit military UluaUon .7, MI IrKkH "i my Ufa in ihe East. I am used hi it," she gaya, Sht %  %  %  **• iri galgon Em hro raw th> n icniitu h\iin in i CHILL, l*rime Minister WABHTNOTON peevish mood, you feel imhling about petty mat>ti might do worse than the case Of Marv Falh-n. lust died in New York. of Great Britain, will address the nged 82 U.S. Congress tonigltl. The bnadIn the place where she lived Ixheard over RcdlfTUsion for the pJist 42 y.-ar>. Mnr> was %  i tn 8.IS p.m loved by everyone as the most popular i>ersinn they knew. id i ehaerfulneea und charm ay word. She taugfal herLOVING HIS WIFE IS ANOTHER ... borkc ROYAL Today Last I Shews 3 A S.I5 'aramount Presenta : Joan FONTAINE Joseph COTTEN In M I'll Mill It II I lilt" Short Vigil It. A MltS AXafTjNSO B, l>e due to leav l.:Vi Third Round %  ton in Barbados llicv have been here i I |S,t optli It was not easy to do these things because, you aaa, MaB v-...^ |uir.-ily.rd from llnnek rv^tll nurd round ol ti 1. colonial golL louriiaincm bai II badOi ond Tnnlrind lakes plae lo-day .r tii,. I(< klci i,,. i %  Dd Oountrj Chlb and to-morrow afternoon golf fans arc "UrMfg forward lo UM "Gulf Exhlbi to be given by Mi Kinie Wolwutrts, Monday Ihe Cioll Club'WiiiH-r Prt I Barbadian In U.S. A FTKH holiday ClarM, a n Ing in II. W.I. A. n.,1 mloyabU -i\ srodka' h< .. Mi %  Glad* dlan now resldNrw York. left bv for Puerto Klcti on i M |hs li-ik I*->ri AJrwaj i bach FRANK WRR—'• I 'I I: %  liilnlnm i 11 4:111 |i.m BY THE WAY % Iteachcomber "A TOO lifiidly mathrnial.il %  ** solutinn to .i iliiruuKv. BM] ^n artkle, "may i. gd In disutai How true I knew iwo very HBaU man Thev aravi imtii poor, ud, balag KOO.I .it n %  ,, %  t" th.in thai lh,.y eOUld boUl wear one large oven %  >' ItUtC d of two small 0s money. So they bought, cheaply. from a big friend g rorn-Ou1 overcoat. By their calculation! thai gal ment w.ns |uM twice as largr u> ,,u\ two ov er co a ti which WOUH bavo iiiu-i ihi-m Hut when ihtwo nt thtrn started to put Ihe bli %  in. the cold hghi ni rea* >-i :ii|inti i Taw Uttk iht they h.ai four arms hetwean them and that the overcoat had %  >ilv %  v. Wl nek result-! and they had %  B.B.C. Radio Program tinaWAY. JANUAsn 17. IS5| tl 11 %  %  II SO m l H i Ilia • %  • i %  ii ao ix.m TN Kwi II in p m \. i MS 1 .H a.m. — 11 IBM is ii* DaU> **\\.c IB p m Mli.'hn. I< ThMl X ataai %  i at gaarl %  < asaar a. s i-> r "i Cwnposer <>' ti m v th* pm Naw. AMI %  %  %  1 |> m OutMi-ii.v PsaBH i.ls— IB is —. — HJssa s tu. huddle Into tin gwnieiV %  h putting Mfeve l/i uiivrly potntUm ih'lmtr P IOLOSOPHl Rfl bavi Ren <•balCT) which is id. absurd sight: tun men wearing ..ne hid. oc oau .-..in wearing two nau M\ OS*n expeilanes u that whilitin two II.. %  ill ,n. Ill ; m itch rtlu i way, DM man En Ihe two hnts, provided that he Can tergM a hai .i (.-ii he looka, bo graatlj Inconvertlattced it 11 %  for him to balance the two hab. one superimpoeed upon than it IN tor the two men in get linn heads .vedged closely •n balance the And M forth l'n dim Do %  ill depi-nd on Ih, hats' Ih li it dtoes nol n .iii de1 '. 77*i' iiitmifii'* luillvi L FS COCHBR8 DK HUNTINGD0N8HIR1 the belli ., „. ,, ,',' till" ll-lll-l -III %  •• wl IICI riidad by El w A Mi l). ,,„.,„,., uU 1(( h U.S.A. She was staying with %  'i. -IUII. I lo i.-r .IUIII Mrs. E. Scale ;it "l.wiville-. Baxters Rood. on the i-isc of MaiHlngd^maMrs Oabm H (Voll III and IV>. sul( %  | i I.k of action, A mere parade of tabmen, bowevar beautifiiiu devUad, glvai Uttlo ehano for choreography, montage, DOUf. nlilolugy. and all the rest of it Nor does a cabman's elothi' e lind itself to such Dalcroxlan eurhythmies as Turami'i' f playing Stevens, E J.I double t'nlte-fmv and saiil-de-lm.p when he raeOgnisw HiggS. O. N.. and Hott, F The Una! massed effect of cabmen Is daring, but drab, and the miming of cabmen's names and Initial! i, on* i lentous, VvJAJftsj In ill, wilh tm I T HU II IIC had arranged for; a i'h,'i. %  to pick up a '"> %  •sal n. Ihs Arctic, and fak.ii t 'i" n Quebec hospital for Christ 1'ia.t. But Of BClttsH) viiii.il,; the BaUasog have .. as ---ii VICIOB JCIt afONLIM Itirt m %  IHHII UVIS UN SHIM— t .o< BM Ihsm *h.li t, no mot* ...'.. in 36' FLOWERED SILK at $1.59 per yd. 36" FLOWERED ART SILK at $1.07 per yd. 36" SEERSUCKER at $1.95 per yd. Also Fine Range ol Children's and Ladies' Shoes in ail Sizes T. R. EVANS & WHITFIELDS YOUR SHOE STORES Dial 4220 Dial 4606 Hi— ~rr1 1 t i f r %  rxvrl a ~ n %  '.. OPENING TOMORROW. 5.MD \ H.30 I'M WHAT CHAHGED HIS HUH IXiii A UOSttl OF HAH? The vinn ia>(hi d-*p into lh h#ed ol a "51 jfB ^A -AA men oho i u m,d •. (ram God ond is uini rea STIRLING HAYDEN VIVCCA LINDFORS THOMAS MITCHILL TO-DAY ONLY 4.3U & 8.15 REPUBLIC WHOLE SERIAL %  DUK TRACY RETURNS" Wild RALPH BYRD anl OTHERS OI'FMN*. TOMORROW — 141 & 8.15 and Continuing DAILY Flooding Ihe Screen with Heroic Advenlurc Savage Action PARAMOUNT Prexents "WARrATII" Oaaar by Teehnlcolar ; Stiii %  %  Dd O'BRIEN — Dean JAC.GER Forrest TUCKER Harry CAREY. Jr. BB THE SAVAGE SIOUX IN BLAZING ACTION EXTRA — 2-REEL SHORT "ISLE QBT TAB!'" HOXi OIHSEY MNTO I0HIL lodjy-Lasl Z Shown 4.30 A. 8.15 Dune in RENALDO Leo CARII.LO In "VALIANT HOMBRrT And "TRY AND GLfl ME" Starring Frank LOVEJOY IPjUllHD RYAN Opening Tomorrow t 4.4S and 8.15 p.m I' ii .inn. II ni Presents : "HIGH VENTURE" Starring John PAYNE — Dennis O'KEEFE tame II H>ll .1 I.I I I NOOK IS I [i i!"' awning mip.. i -,*.•,-,->-*->'.-. RETAILERS spr.>UI lnlrodurlur> OITrr. N '!!| KXTRA BTBOH0 :• MISTS s ;. I ln|. Shilling |MT |liilllld J. Miii.ii.ii.it HI His .; CABIBBBAN CONFEC^ 5 TIOX CO: LTD., X N Si. Mallhins Ci:i|. J.' PhuniISM I .; 17 1.52.—411. tW///. SI'K'IAL 130 A MIIIMTK MATINH.S s\lll'l)\l "IKISII BYES ARK SMILING" iDick II AND 'THK IRON Cl'RTAIN" (Dan.i Alldraw*) GET QUICK BELIEF WITH .... WHIZZ From pain of any kind From colds mid influenzn. WHIZZ Is foil-packed fur freshness REMEMBER (INK WHIZZ DOBS THK WORK OK TWO ORDINARY TABLETS cSIOKIS i BYNOI LID -AfMt, .V.'.V/,'.VAVAVMV.V//AVA',V/A'A //AMW'f RITISH tiffi ERGOUGNAN TYRES Dependable Performance — their recommendation „*, "NEW TYPE" HEAVY DUTY GIANT. Wider tread pattern of unparalleled depth. A mileage tyre for all types of service under every operating condition. + "SILENT SAFETY" CAR TYRE. Unexcelled quietness and smoothness in running. Faster, safer cornering I>ong non-skid lil

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Publication Date: Thursday, January 17, 1952
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PRICK. H KSTABLlJ-HED 18115
THURSDAY JANUAI
Colonies Need More
Say In Finance Talks
fc\jnspendable* Sterling MFFICl I. T
Balances Accumulate I DECISIONS
(From LONDON. Jan. 16
. AL VIEW of ihe position >i the O
I preBl Comrrmnwealth Finance Talks In
London ted West Inui.r
Arthur Lewis.
In a feature Bl tide m Ihe Fineiu-iaJ Times, he points
uui !hc disadvantage to certain colonies of the continued
accumulation of "vnspendahl.-' fVrrling bfttinces end
peadaati thai they will go on rating throughout this yew
.ind the next.
Tins will happen, he says, became ihu colonii
p praei it.-it ion at the present Commomv.alU.
Finance Talks and therefore have not the opportunity ot
"directing their aearchllght upon thoae British policies
which prevent them from getting an adequate supply ol
From Britain."
Profe points out that the colonies are only
a group of territorial whose sterling balances
alt the time.
EXPLOITATION
"Britain talks of colonial development." he oes on.
the contrary, its the African and Malayan |
who are putting capital Into Britain. For the Ftrtt
.since Free Trade was adopted in the middle of the 19th
Century, the Britiah Colonial Sjyatem lias become the
means of economic exploitation "
This reauU wasn't intended No aaWlishman
to exploit the coloniei. To those whi, realised what was
happen inn the present system was ca.ise .* ;,i ..nn. i-
I unforeseen and unintended result ol *
economic policies winch had kept Great Britain insolvent
the end of Ihe w;u
Professor Lewis says that the disadvantage of the
inconvertibility of sterling to hardcurrency earning in
the colonial is obvious. Without exchange control, they
lose nothing by membership of the Sterling Area and
gain from the free movement of capital. But since 1945
clearly worse off than they would be outside
the Sterling Area
This, however, is not the case with those colonies
who would be selling their produce for sterling whether
i\- in the Sterling Area or notwhich is probably
the majority, he continues. They would still be earning
inconvertible sterling, would still have to spend it on
and would still have to accumulate unspent
balances.
The way to make the sterling convertible and to stop
further accumulation of balances. Professor Lewis says.
:i.< BnUhh manufactures available in such quan-
nd at such prices that they displace dollar manu-
raeturee both m and outside the Sterling Area
BRITISH METHOD
The method which appealed most to Great Britain
stive method of imposing ruts on dollar
>: U holders are forced either to
U or accumulate still moi e
This was the debtors' case; creditoi
hardly !>< expected to accept It.
>r rutting the colonies' importe,''
Deludes. MThe colonies are exporting
the) import and are building up large bal-
cannot get all the imports thev need.
' y capital goods, and their development pro-
.ii consequence retarded
They are In effect, paying Britain for goods which
nol deffvei Must further sicrilices he imposed
HLQIIRED
NEW TOOK, Jan. 18.
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of Uu> Commonwealth
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rlther ol its predecessor
.t.on thai Oi*- nWuaUea

The TiaMe recalled "in 1947 the'
of ihe:
41ar shortage. The cmil
Britain but the sterling area a* at
whole Hut mi th.if ..eeasion llkel
'iH,., n oMUd al I*
be stated m ui i
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ON lerlinc area Lut tawi
sterling ana In hun no*
Mtf out of balanr not only with
1TMI but With continen-
tal Europe and tha non-sterling
o lil a. a whole. |
It is obvious that the problem
hM now reached the point wbtrr
I the complete
u'-examtnnll. n of the structural
found alien* on which the *terling j
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GRENADA. Jan IH
ids Leraeale Justice n <;
Manning today reserv* i
Bant " l
ifUM SUIUbJ Ioi the
company had addressed .,11 >,-
terilay afternoon and part of thi*
morning, the plaintill '< eoumel
was speaking next nil the
luncheon adjournment when the
decision was di tei red Hoaten
for ih defence, laid Ibi ethei
ought to ROft-
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ing that ihe Administration had
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day before Die data Ml which thf
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FOREIGN SECRETARY Anthony Eden and (
Sir Oerakl Templar tin Inted British
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PAGF TWO
BARBADOS ADVOCATE
TmTRSDW. MNVABt IT. IMI
VICE-ADMIRAL
Andit

M i present here i
On his rt,;g Ship H.M.S SNe#M-|d
g-ve a Cocktail Hurt) on board
yesterday evening from 6 to 8
n clock Two i .
pinU were invited
AntifuB Holiday
Ml BLES
-
t,. fly to AMICU '
on a short holiday, She1 arlll bi
way for about ten oays.
Grenada Journalist
MF. RUDOLPH KNIGHT 04 the
Editorial Sl.m
Indian". Grnid' new---paper ar-
rived here tWly llns wro on IWO
. ...Ilday.
Formerly on t.h, I
of the Beraada* Ilecar.lr,
an Old Combermrn B H
Barbados last March * ei
ndti toottHbH BI '<
of matches ag.imM a local >etm.
Canadian Senator
HON. JAaRS A MAC KiNN' IN

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lot a le*
dry* ago On the Lad* Ka4nr> p.i, i
: lad -""i n
tu ted ban yartarJay monuni i"
fajub Catting
K\
WEPDimCS

H
npar
rrl hv h.
HaTTy D. Thor
ra Buett-s nt tha Marti
Hotel.
Third Visit
MB AND MRS C H OAB
land anm iiiwng
Of from Cainn1
i I C A. Th.
i. tii. ii third el
i?i ra '.'i |
...
C. 00 in View Hotel
nd Is President of Red I .in'
Limited. Ottawa.
Leaving To-day
MU FRANK Dl B i
Jockey who rode in tht
(Trinidad Turf Clui/s cr.risim.1*
meeting fur Mr Trestrall is dui to
a b dot to-day oa in- *]
to England via Jamaica, Ha a II
apend u short holiday In Jamakj
before retUXniiig lo England in late
Febru uy or .ily M:irch.
J .

Long Leave
> ni holidn>ii)g in liar-
' on long

side". Hastings.
She U on the stafT ol Messrs
lii-*rr Brag in Georgetown.
Her broth'-. Bill who is with the
k i>f Canada In George-
town hope* to come over to Bar-
bados for a short holiday some-
April.
Flying Club MeU
THK barbados Lighi n
Club held their inaugural
meeting last night at the CharaSiOl
of Commerce. The meeting be-
gan shortly after 8 o'clock. Omc< :.
were elected and severe I
mutters. Including the purchase <>>
an aeroplane, were discussed.
W.I. Tour
. MAURICE McGREGOR.
itton Manager. TCA. '
Atlantic Region, who Is at pres-
ent in the W 1 QB vMt |*>
Uirnad front his one da
day and it is u#i
that he plans to leav*
-.!.,. f..r Jamaica.
Back From U.S.
MR. K. M. SHILSTONE. Km*
S UeltOf and partner of the
i |Ci n C ottlaL Catford and
i who had been on a
'lie US., has retur.ied tr
Talking Point
Tii in*, not llior a maw trill *"
mueh as lift up his UUlfl (ntfli
on ifour behalf unless he im his
ft la II.
Faraoq Isenthum
Incidental Intelligence
FOR people who like to take
Iheir exercise sitting down
i skating.Saiurdau
Etmtraa
-L.EH.
M'
Bid up to limit at once
and cut out the guesses
| 'Long, a
1 M I oi bidding the limit

: i in Standard
EMdn A v\dS> f Is often
the next
round tl he inrtiunces the
1 lull value of his hand and
leaves the tlnil decision to
Ills partner
I li has -asm some time (or ima
technique to be generally

re in tlie -MtDi' ol making light
i and their partners lean

ratta
rais.ng
muster a >.mp? ra.se on the tint
round, no* uida Four Spades,
only to loae Sou point* kiiso
there was a lair chaace of beai-
-ng roui Heart*North luriiu.g
up w.ih a diRrrent type of head.
.' i. .-i, ma] M
that an immediata raise U> Two
Spades would i-vr bought the
contract. It does not make life
any easier lor West, who uughl
laoR the courage to r.-bid at the
Three level oppoti'* a silent
partaar
Tii'- principle is Uie same it
Souths hand M
KJI2;*S;*JIIHI;
iur.t) :
*. K IMLfSl?; J It):
The score is East-West game.

iipens One Heart North Did* One
Spadr and East passes
makes a rautious pass West now
I Hearu East Three
and West Kour Hearia
whan tii.> nxnes iuud
;s 10 htm that Four
Snadea might oe a rheap save

like this :
V1
Biakr' So Soi
t"
. ii
West again opens One Heart
at Hie same score. NorUi bids
On. Spade and Bast Two liearu
It i fatuous for South to bid
anything bul Four Spadra First.
than must be a good ciusnce ol
makina it. ahaiever North may
have for his oven-all. secondly.
Month anil have to say Four
Spades on the next round if
Easi-Wesi go to Four Hearts It
thai Pour Spades may
not be on. but the immediate
Kitne rail leave* the opponents
i in;.It > -ur.'
thai South u sit. rlnng Ins
valuesfor all the- know, he
may have a real frrak They
are loss mrlined to double and
....
a plunge Into an unmakeattkt
Hearts
TODAY
I 'Mill M((M
imi uuin *
.OM. .1 MBV4IIA
ii. ( OM ' "rI* **' ''
>t m.ss THE SEA HAWK
i aii> ijs s a aas > a
ntan ran a na si iii i i
.
An IDA LI Pl>0 fr-j-.n...
VtARKBTT,
MII>\II BAT. IMk
Absaii a aasal
IMS X TMtlB LIVES
mtn -i sWNif i v
NKTT t\i)oi Hoa I .
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.IT "T "AMES
EMPIRE
TO-DAY LAST 2 SHOWS: 4.111 & 8.30 P M.
RrpuMIr Doubl. :
ADELE MARA WARREN DOUGLAS
IN
-lilt INNER CIRCLE"
AND
lOkll IHHI-
liC. Film Show
In Kiikland. he Is under contract 'fokio She
' /. HCLEN fESCUSON
pl.YlNCl lo Saigon. French lii'lo-
. China, next month for two ^MORROW nighf. Film Show
i Augustus Per- *"" as u,ual at 8 1V *** P">-
.u-sDii British Military Attache i
AMERICAS COLUHX;
.LBCRT DEKKEB
wilh
JOAN DAVIS
.penlni! Tomorrow at 2.38 -V Ml
AT IMI'IKI
Hb get away from the cares of the
home and the cares of the day
SEE A MOVIE LIKE THIS killing a UN
ISONETHIFiS...

in four parts- British
:, \V.-.tern Isles (an out-
own. on. M Ih. Ur>l lUI......" ,.- ,>,,>, .,,,, ta II..1 m"l SSSST B*. f'-j-"" 0**.m*n, KS......, ,h, ,,?i,aT. T, a
JOfWy. riii-y will have thrlr lli.l i,.,,,,,. Chaulain III.,. ..|.lill,.l
11.- Ii:.*3jco in narb...i> loi ding 11 U* "ChaHta CViaplaln a: the Bank."
i .Uirinn wl.nli ttmc hi- Mcood ..I Uat PMneh M.iiii
wa a iu<* al ihc-1I...I...K. Il.i.l -TMB M can be nfC tt U TClM Prime Miniiter Brosdcmli ,,
Mr. lluir hoi*... lo rrlurn In lh|. .....vs Mils Ferguson. M. Gliv-li..,- *r n;_L. ,.v '
West In.li, Ml fnt Ihe olon alrea.lv hu | h., .,1.1 ,w_ '"
Trlnldni lirl Club'> I9U CinM- aerranu rrad] lor Ml brlda n QiaHT HON. w I N ST o N pond.
I\ HUHI
The Woman
Who Knew
No Fear
t (Milt iff* tt
m pmce of F/i/ve
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SPORTS MCXITf
B
. M. Marl Ol.l.
i meeting.
Satgon.
Ml i ..ii. small, fair-
li.u'i'.i. l: .. i
i. | : i
I I ^li<* ill
I
litabli S neon's hot
i i mate
M PI mperturl I M
by Uk umcuit military UluaUon .7,
mi IrKkH
"i my Ufa in ihe East. I am used
hi it," she gaya, Sht
** iri galgon Em hro raw th> n
icnii- tu h\i- in in i
CHILL, l*rime Minister
WABHTNOTON
peevish mood, you feel
imhling about petty mat-
>ti might do worse than
the case Of Marv Falh-n.
lust died in New York.
of Great Britain, will address the nged 82
U.S. Congress tonigltl. The bnad- In the place where she lived
Ix- heard over RcdlfTUsion for the pJist 42 y.-ar>. Mnr> was
i tn 8.IS p.m loved by everyone as the most
popular i>ersinn they knew.
id i ehaerfulneea und charm
ay word. She taugfal her-
LOVING HIS WIFE
IS ANOTHER ...
borkc
ROYAL
Today Last I Shews 3 A S.I5
'aramount Presenta :
Joan FONTAINE
Joseph COTTEN
In
M I'll Mill It
II I lilt"

Short Vigil
It. A MltS AXafTjNSO B, l>e
due to leav
l.:Vi
Third Round
ton in Barbados
llicv have been here i
I |S,t
optli
It was not easy to do these
things because, you aaa, MaB
v-...^ |uir.-ily.rd from lln- nek
rv^tll nurd round ol ti
1. colonial golL louriiaincm ba-
i ii badOi ond Tnnlrind lakes
plae lo-day .r tii,. I(< klci i,,. i
Dd Oountrj Chlb and to-morrow
afternoon golf fans arc "UrMfg
forward lo UM "Gulf Exhlbi
to be given by Mi Kinie Wolwutrts, Monday
Ihe Cioll Club'- WiiiH-r Prt I
Barbadian In U.S.
AFTKH
holiday
ClarM, a n
Ing in
II. W.I. A.
n.,1
mloyabU -i\ srodka'
h< .. Mi Glad*
dlan now resld-
Nrw York. left bv
for Puerto Klcti on
i M |hs li-ik I*->ri
AJrwaj i bach
FRANK WRR' I
'I I:
-liilnlnm i
11 4:111 |i.m
BY THE WAY.....% Iteachcomber
"A TOO lifiidly mathrnial.il
** solutinn to .i iliiruuKv. BM]
^n artkle, "may i. gd In disutai
How true
I knew iwo very HBaU man
Thev aravi imtii poor, ud, balag
KOO.I .it n . ,,.
t" th.in thai lh,.y eOUld boUl
wear one large oven >' ItUtC d
of two small 0s
money. So they bought, cheaply.
from a big friend g rorn-Ou1
overcoat.
By their calculation! thai gal
ment w.ns |uM twice as largr u>
,,u\ two overcoati which wouh
bavo iiiu-i ihi-m Hut when ih-
two nt thtrn started to put Ihe bli
in. the cold hghi ni rea*
>-i :ii|int-
i i Taw Uttk
iht they h.ai four arms hetwean
them and that the overcoat had
>ilv v. Wl
nek result-! and they had "
B.B.C. Radio
Program tin-
aWAY. JANUAsn 17. IS5|
tl 11 II SO m
l H i Ilia ' i - ii ao ix.m TN
Kwi ii in p m \. i
MS 1.H a.m. 11 IBM is ii*
DaU> **\\.c IB p m Mli.'hn. I<
ThMl X ataai i at gaarl <
asaara. s i-> r "i Cwnposer <>' ti
m v th*
pm Naw. AmI -
!
1 |> m Out- Mi-ii.v PsaBH
i.ls ibis . HJssa s tu.
huddle Into tin gwnieiV h
putting Mfeve
l/i uiivrly potntUm
ih'lmtr
PIOLOSOPHl Rfl bav- i Ren <-
balCT) which is id.
absurd sight: tun men wearing
..ne hid. oc oau .-..in wearing
two nau M\ OS*n expeilanes u
that whili- tin two ii..
ill ,n. Ill ; m itch
rtlu i way, Dm man En Ihe two
hnts, provided that he Can tergM
a hai .i (.-ii he looka,
bo graatlj Inconvertlattced it 11
for him to balance the
two hab. one superimpoeed upon
than it in tor the two men
in get linn heads .vedged closely
n balance the
And m forth
l'n dim Do ill depi-nd
on Ih, hats'
Ih li it dtoes nol n .iii de-
1 '. '
77*i' iiitmifii'* luillvi
LFS COCHBR8 DK HUNTING-
D0N8HIR1 the belli
., . ,, ,',' till" ll-lll-l -III- wl IICI
riidad by El w A Mi l). ,,.,,., ,uU 1(( h l.ima to Managing Dlractor "I,,,,..,, A1|, ,,
I i nil.ni Jewellery nnd 1-oan
I iImi has a branch
slwrt flown
Haek in 1909 the pretty girl, full
.if tin- ji.v ,.f iif.'. found her loft
arm becoming numb. Thai
the start of n disaster whiew
might nava dagtroyad tns mlnu
as well as the body of a less
sou. t".-i ion,
Hut In the City Hospital, on
Welfare Island, where she lived.
Mar] mowed only smiles. Said
ihe Rev Praneui Curtsy, the
i"' iiii.iI chaplain, to-night: "Hei
n uu I ttigeftilnaai i ndaan
her to us .ill "
The painting and the lettcr-
wtitlngf Done witti a brush
i eld in her teeth.
The- Bellsr Life
THK NKGROES' lot in America
m teadUy battai. in 1951
.i ingle lynching, com-
parigd with over 100 annually at.
tin- timi i.r the eentu j ind more
'haii SO in 1922 And in New
York City the Negro MtmlatlOTl
- 1.012.H83 strung--has tripled its
Collective iihm.hu. sin-e 1940.
CROSS W OH ?,>
U.S.A. She was staying with
'i.-iuIi.I lo i.-r .iuiiI Mrs. E. Scale ;it "l.wi-
ville-. Baxters Rood.
on the i-isc of MaiHlngd^maMrs
Oabm H (Voll III and IV>. sul-
( | i...... I.k of action, A mere
parade of tabmen, bowevar beau-
tifiiiu devUad, glvai Uttlo ehano
for choreography, montage, DOUf-
. nlilolugy. and all the rest
of it Nor does a cabman's eloth-
i' e lind itself to such Dalcroxlan
eurhythmies as Turami'i' f playing
Stevens, E J.I double t'nlte-fmv
and saiil-de-lm.p when he raeOg-
nisw HiggS. O. N.. and Hott, F
The Una! massed effect of cabmen
Is daring, but drab, and the mim-
ing of cabmen's names and Initial!
i, on* i lentous,
VvJAJftsj In ill, wilh tm I
THU II IIC had arranged for;
a i'h,'i. to pick up a '">
sal n. Ihs Arctic, and fak.- ii t
' '- i" n Quebec hospital
for Christ 1'ia.t. But Of BClttsH)
viiii.il,; the BaUasog have Ihf riniMii-flii'-u-iir.,|
llllOlk-Np ,
(News item )
.IDA LUPINO^r CLAIRE TREVOR SALLY FORREST
OpeningFMDA Y2.304.45& 8.30/1 m.
.ifiiicnniiiiiiiii/i inn.) i. is a 8.80p.m.
1*1 4/ t-Hl......Uil t II*
i/... i VCT i.m\ OUtOL sikiht
iii-:i ruin i.wk"
LEW TERESA .
AYRES -WRIGHT;
". HIVEN BUSCHS iiMaciio. '
U-
GLOBE
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as ---ii
VICIOB JCIt
afONLIM Itirt m ihhii UVIS UN
shim t .o D,.<.^ by tin Illftll
C.'* * J Si
Tomorrow Only 3.M A S.Ia p.m.
William EYTNE
In
-SPICI4L
AFNIM
George REEVES
Ijiura ELLIOTT
The Story of the most darin;:
Train Robbery slnre Jesse Jam*"
4 LYMPIC
TO-D.W. 5 00 A 8 30 P.M. LAST SHO s Of
"THE MAGNIFICENT YANKEE"
l.ms CM,HERN Ann HARDING
Pine Ogre12
s IS |
K*Hl
Curtain
a Hadm Hrwrrrl. I JO e .
i.paU-li. II) u ii. i ,...
er. 9 00 i. ii. Hi^i up ih.
Th* pj.
Rupro wn i
Bl rhc Pin, Ogr*.
u it .t in* aevtr
'
0
Bi pet v.-. ' wd th*
'*''''.'.
..." get rue* i
rhaw'd tx.ii><
BM Ihsm *h.li t, no mot*
...'.. in
36' FLOWERED SILK at $1.59 per yd.
36" FLOWERED ART SILK at $1.07 per yd.
36" SEERSUCKER at $1.95 per yd.
Also Fine Range ol Children's and Ladies' Shoes in ail Sizes
T. R. EVANS & WHITFIELDS
YOUR SHOE STORES Dial 4220 Dial 4606
Hi ~rr- 1 1
t i
f

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rl a ~
n _'..
OPENING TOMORROW. 5.MD \ H.30 I'M
WHAT CHAHGED HIS HUH IXiii A UOSttl OF HAH?
The vinn ia>(hi d-*p into lh h#ed ol a
"51 jfB ^A -AA men oho ium,d . (ram God ond
is uini rea
STIRLING HAYDEN
VIVCCA LINDFORS
THOMAS MITCHILL
TO-DAY ONLY 4.3U & 8.15
REPUBLIC WHOLE SERIAL - -
DUK TRACY RETURNS"
Wild RALPH BYRD anl OTHERS
OI'FMN*. TOMORROW 141 & 8.15 and Continuing DAILY
Flooding Ihe Screen with Heroic Advenlurc Savage Action
PARAMOUNT Prexents - -
"WARrATII" Oaaar by Teehnlcolar
; Stiii
Dd O'BRIEN Dean JAC.GER Forrest TUCKER
Harry CAREY. Jr.
BB THE SAVAGE SIOUX IN BLAZING ACTION
EXTRA 2-REEL SHORT
"ISLE QbT TAB!'"
HOXi
OIHSEY
MNTO
I0HIL
lodjy-Lasl Z Shown 4.30 A. 8.15
Dune in RENALDO
Leo CARII.LO
In
"VALIANT HOMBRrT
And
"TRY AND GLfl ME"
Starring
Frank LOVEJOY
IPjUllHD RYAN
Opening Tomorrow t 4.4S
and 8.15 p.m
I' ii .inn.ii ni Presents :
"HIGH VENTURE"
Starring
John PAYNE Dennis O'KEEFE
tame
II H>ll .1 i.i I
I
Nook is i
[i i!"' awning mip..
i .
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RETAILERS
spr.>UI lnlrodurlur> OITrr. N '!!|
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MISTS
s
;. I ln|. Shilling |MT |liilllld
J. Miii.ii.ii.it HI His
.; CABIBBBAN CONFEC- ^
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J.' Phuni- ISM I
.; 17 1.52.411.
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SI'K'IAL 130 A MIIIMTK MATINH.S s\lll'l)\l
"IKISII BYES ARK SMILING" iDick II
AND
'THK IRON Cl'RTAIN" (Dan.i Alldraw*)
GET QUICK BELIEF WITH ....
WHIZZ
From pain of any kind
From colds mid influenzn.
WHIZZ
Is foil-packed fur freshness
REMEMBER
(INK WHIZZ DOBS THK WORK OK TWO
ORDINARY TABLETS
cSIOKIS i BYNOI LID -AfMt,
.V.'.V/,'.VAVAVMV.V//AVA',V/A'A,//AMW'f
RITISH tiffi
ERGOUGNAN
TYRES
Dependable Performance
their recommendation
*, "NEW TYPE" HEAVY DUTY GIANT.
Wider tread pattern of unparalleled depth. A mileage
tyre for all types of service under every operating
condition.
+ "SILENT SAFETY" CAR TYRE. Unexcelled quiet-
ness and smoothness in running. Faster, safer corner-
ing I>ong non-skid lil<-
We have the 'ollowhtg sires in stock:
32 x 6 00 x 16
32 x 6/5 500 x 10
M x 7 525 x 16
S5 x 7i 475/18
30 x 5 450 x 17
550 x 18
PLANTATIONS LTD.
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Tllt-D
TIURSItXY. JAMAKV 17 1*3!
KAKII.VDOS ADVOl All;
PACI TIIKII
House Authorise
Employ men I Of
Factory Inspector
THE House of Assembly on Tuesday passed a resolu-
tion authorising Ihe Governor to enter an agreement with
a person to serve in the Labour Department :n the post
of Factory Inspector
The salary of the person engaged will be at the rate of
$4,920 per annum and the term of engagement will be for
a period of two years in the first instance subiecl to renewal
by mutual agreement.
Reasonable passage expense* of
:tul here, they ..
51,440 in man ami pay him sjl-uy mot.
rectlon iikiv b<- paid From Id confomuiji to thai paid
ent to Bar- trvi
"> Barbados lo the place ndi m..n lot iranm;* Ibl
bal inev should apprentice some
;ii:reemeot. I1K.1 ctvl, vrfVanl to the r
Or || t; CummliK (LI
eharflt of the mohrtkM n.
that It sought to upponn-


undat R m i;o.
far the ap-
pointment on agrtanMM of
Factory Inspector at
S3.840 per unnum and provision
basil was included in the
MlU
suitable i
if \i n in it --KvrtrBiMiisi
i who showed signs of
aptitude in such mailers ao thai
when the factory liupe< I
.in have I'xiiired. the
local man OOUld carry on.
r is ru*tfily possible in.il with
;i (iio(>er knowl.-.
laws and n
of the U.K.. on the part of Labour
Department officials, some local
*ervant with an Bssfjtude
for engineering, could be found to
available locallv the Secretary of do lhe work "
.s requested towards the Ml ('' *' end of last yenr to mvr I rlM here could be rompared
possibility of obtaining ;, witabla w"h ,n* extensive DkMOl
l>erson in Ihe United Kingdom Manchester and York.hue wrhid
The BeerVtarJ of State hn 1 (M former FaCtOl in Barbado' therefore
ll pact Of to the Ministry of foul) not be as complicated.
who retired in 1940 --. .in Hi- sjul that hO COUM DO) "
IA after aaTVlDl m the
In the London Area and ,u Man- more than two ruhinVbonts, lold the Legiilnti..
norm;i!l> bigh dan The c.ov- Council Tuesday thai U of the
He said that Urn Factory ernment should take steps lo 43 boat* which were damaged but
Truman's Military
Budget Is Near S54h.
WASHINGTON, January
ilitaiy
'..... It .r Thr
. .bout sa.smi.o.M.000 lor eanMructkii m.l
..ry !., ami .n.i..ll...........idlBOOmlll
operations of the Defencr !>>partmcnt
The remaining $40,200,000.00:
\

$7,800,000,000 Ice* than the jot.
Staff seught for the Bet
: year b*'-
intnng next July I,
< ILIHtt/tl If Of MS
For More Trwlv
With ILW.L
OTTAWA.
Canada hope* to regain
l.K.lft* il-s Ilrl|i \-
Traffir IvfatfMgBf
In Saei Quid Zon'
.
nadlan importer*
will be
I
to 50 par cant of (hoar average
exports to the individu
during th
<
.


I B.t'.r*.
i.hi-i,ii iiymi fc.iii-rpntr a-iing at wi aegm<
lured by one of the en* ul the NoiWttiian naseL .MI the pnuenger- and <-rrw o' the Enterprise had
been alckad up after abandoning olilp. but the captain. Kurt Oarlsvn. r*fn-ed to leave hi -.hip The
Enlerarl.e" w. out of Hamburg and bound for New Torfc whan *he ecc altered what it rte%cnbed -
toe wornt gale 111 the Atlantic for half a century
LEGISLATIVE COUNCIL
APPROVE S70.000
FOR FISHERMEN
The RetTDll the Colon) I Setl lonsldcrlng Ihe recommenda-
ry. In moving thc concurrence of lions of the Flaherll
Resolution for $70,004) to < .hi > COOOaltUO, lhe Govemor-in-Fx-
lArvsttH'k Industry
Host /// Of
Hritish Virgin Is.
nployment of a mnn for t)Ut repairs and replacements of eci I ttoe considered that
On Janu
hiKbjet
UA. Jan ie
i K. W
.t -i. and >ear
Inspector wa.v regarded as an id<
man and one most suit-ible to give
the necewsBry information with
regard to the local fact

t>e passed
so thai the Factory Inspector
would an lo *c<- the
the fetOrie bl
motion
Mr M I ( -i\ l.i ......
r rJamagi da of a 50%
afn b local man W take pver at could l>e repaired wa 111 "* "> i"id a 50*", frer
the axplrafkNi of ihe twoyoar the water aajaln The Resolution *;rim
or tnvesUfflc 'he ^i- wfJ (iRre.-d to.
Mlltv of apprenticing a Ich.:,] man Hon. Mi Turner told thr Coun-
hP cil further that_ work "w in pro-
came out
mtanec should be given to per- nni|.., Vtrail I
boata were dr^troyetl
Itlfi n:i mi1' ndl
rh.it .di of the figures must
as aouroxiiuate tluc llritaln ....
.....ut. flvenauon.. ,. ^ an export n

......ll ia3 budgat Con- TraaV
. n Januari iui i mad Horn
erai m the t.rfal o, In no ca n al note Je ni.mtns oi 1950. folio-.
btM otnrtal iourci iai 1 Ihi I
Mi. ts Urtorei ""uldgetthc Norwaj P^
ibcut $-'1.500.000.- den, ami lot
to expand from lt co-operal..... 1 ,.
-t JM> winga to 144 rrattc. "OOO .
....... U I lMI.
Hi loi the Service __^^_^__^__-^_^_^_^_^_^_^__
1 would
\ m) $14,500,000,000.
The Na

The Aimed larvteBa oikginaii>
11 bnnon dolla-i
: it.u> conatrueUt n
M> I .otlllri 1
I pSUU
I'Ui Arm] and Navy IS
. ;ii n rjollari each, and the Air.
b.....m doUan tTrtt
lid have eniibled the
I Dd up to 143 wings
lale in 1*M of
ly in 1K55. Hut Truman, upon
OH) K' ^ We>t in f>e-
11 lli.it the figure* were
I high
1 type of
I ir-ni! Knr H" 11-
'
Uau i
failun
deficit m 1952
Sr.ollill.
Include,! In lludgel
ll'iwinr
bHMlfli lliiM.iu ..tllelala tenlj-
vely set the milltiiry spending
I.0111: Ovt-rdue
Mr $:
he look
Inspector
on two of the
boat known as the
typa
In asking Ihe Council to approve
Mr. Vaughan (I) said that the of the Resolution, Hon. Mr Turn-
factorv question in this colony cr recalled that on the 2nd and '"^J
-..is long overdue. II was a di?- 3rd December lasl rough seas de^-
riod Too Short grace that this Island had a troyed M an the Ice-
labour office for seven yeora and ward coast of the island, and a
K H d. aU <:) muI lb,1 dld nol h-vc a impeciorahii' further 4.1 were damaged in var>-
,1 thai tha F.nt".- ,.tK|)i,,.,i |)V ,hat office. '"^"I^.v .w . ^ -co
Ihe labour Office canfMtt be ~ He said that the total number nf <-"V,r"f "w.l,.,.'1.
in serving the paopta ^'"f ? '" "* *""
ing him or sending for wHhout a proper -y.tem
,.ft< ,
"f" ,""'! Hpertorship.- he -sniH. 1' WM
ready for Uie flblimt: seau
by aerl0U*d> reducing Ihi
BBB supply of fret!) li-h
when the rising coal <>f other f.-i-i-
stuff was causing gre..-
1 and in addition, it put a consider-
' able numtier of men out of cm-
ptOJI
when alternative employment 1
rasjai .-
. time of fhr y*r>r that wai Ml
th world
Dm arorl 1 today
cnhll coals.
., ffi^Tsa.s,us.,ai-iSK ;
deatroyed, thev could have been M^ '
,,,.., -i .,Unn $12.oon
Today, they won coattng $o,oou.
" pi
ranched the evaed 1 o3 Bh dag ,_ eotuddardd thai nearly 1.000
given h.utt work to do, |>rr.pi,, WPnP employed at the [ac-
he could nol M H gAcatai sj II Iw
u.: ire Before him. ,...,,..
"f h* opl, (,.,
/onicnti.ii since 1828. When Major lo wolki he SH|(|, Sunil. uf iru.ni
ago on a work , 12-hour shifia,
Mimlai-. igreemetrt, he was given eight-hour shifts and some In IB-
BO Incrcnaed nterj greater than h(;ur shlfl5 ,.nt:h (,ay> whril
that which was In keeping with ha(l WOTRed IR Koura day. narticularh tttfncull tu get
rervantx. At the end of three h ^.id workeri e|-M ncn.TS Inveailgauona were made........ -
dJy, day following the calamity and ihcfl'he machinery which they had for
... Qovfrnw-m-Kxeeutive C..mmlt-| .....
": ta nW to consider ways .ind"^o,.l.llie ,!.,, st im^ssMe to re-
means of ar!-nInlaterlng iehe| t,, 1 COS*, Utd (M
the needs of tlshermcn. and lo set ealamlly was a very timj>
Ion Khame rdl ntplncuU < 'ti"n olwh.it i.te the eonclUlon-.
\- hh-li olitimi'-d today
tiickiinc pracUeal l 1 it <5 hilhon dolaus. i>fi
however, pavgausnad
ilveaiu-k Indurtrj Tbh II] 9 1 H mm u> asprova $4,200.-
Banwneba' i**dlni provudon of funds to put dieaps tn htterc iOjMO ibova Uua with all of tho
engn 1 boats which r S.-Vlrgn. 1 1 I going an the AlrfOD
form the UDtaCl "f mother I 1'iuin.ins budget al-.,. will
lutlon which WOUM OOnM bntori |d(. requests for funds for I
< Ihi niin-Cnioini
naterial requir... . ,, ,.,,.,, ..id
and rapker ot ehpilini "f atratega matartal
_"/ thr granbi CS0O0 aa^eesad
lural credit; E2.0OQ
I brendhii porpi 1 1 00 fm :.uut $5,oo.o(khmio Tin-domesiii
imprtnenv it-ny budnat of $53,^00,000,000
plies.
The nccessor
for the n pi
.
tieipaliiin of funds beinx vnMd
nd na moved] that the Council
lutlon
Hop Mr Cuke said that this
580, but the calamit) 'pu"t"out"7,f |xlll"l"' '"' "f" 1on",,.*hi2n
commission about 50 i^r cent, of brought home v*n fort
U ilrend) l.iunrhed. and eenotis condition which I
You can fly almost anywhere
via
With its farflung network of routes oatonding to all sin
continents PAA will gladly help you plan a trip lo any
of 63 cou"tries and colonies. You will be amaxed ot
the wide choice of -owlet, destinations and coiti.
Furl he
lishmc t
COIlfci'll'
MTVJ
progrc
' ! '
e. Imprc.

il 1853 would ! $6,200-
1 OO.IIOII ie*s tliiin the appiopiialinn
of $5.llH).i"i0.ouo fOI the lunent
II'
Ten- ,
years, he had done m little that
Ihey would have lo renew
him (or three years or give htm a

This present agreement win for
only two yean if Itaav bmugin
a factory Inspector here for two
il the end of that period
Ing ti. need his
nd might then 1
lllte statement of
to the post
Hon Mr Cuke said that if to-
orrow anything happened, and
have 1
[he ii> ind G 1 rnrnen
launch
The ton,,,..,
the 1 ml 1
iivcMo-k nKiustrv effen hope -*
Hi* bi
Vaughan said that the Gi
hould sec that they go:
.1 proper man, to sec that he did
..... when ha lain,
We nave had loo long the rl ,. ,. xhf lBJlk nf
1 ,. Icnj Without having -:!_,, an overall
'"fg^gagf- u .. 1 be sntrugtod lo the F,*h-
.wr. Misft a,i kg mat ro- ,..,,., Advlaory Conunlltee. ai.....
hip t. ti 11,1 1
in the colony He 1 mediate relief 1.. ihe un-
IK-. then' ''' fortunate r*ahermca who wri
too short "" "' 1.1 - dependent for theli Uvell-
I that the 1 1 on the fishing orafte
not do bettei ihan to paaa '<"' "' '' itratlon ol
reao UUOO II U was u fact thM * '"' " the Mil- rehef. which did I '
1 -.he BeaohJtion he'oiwthe
" "" ( b ^."eCi";
to) wl "' '"" H
m. he Jury wd m ^'""; W "" ,he, "um of ov" *
MAIL NOTICES
that thev a..id 1 know the.
someone In the aervtoi ..technician.
He id mat the/ should itavo
>incone at on enh ced coniplimeoie Irylng to procure ihe U.K. biapec-
PCThapB,then wo-e Thc renoluuon
etna- passed,
t on on the n 1 le and be hmie*! _^^^_^^^
that the] a
nio Com-
mittee.
. was contributed in ven
1 lime, and it WM dectOad lo
this Fund and wpnkmenl
necei ai fron
* Reio-f Fonds v..ted earlier in th"
tar, ti 1 > . b
V, 0') DM ^1-
I0 I"-- an Una rear
li'i nedintr Mea-ures
Apex Oilfields
Capital Rises
pm] act Um r .
of that part f Uh fishing fleet,
^teps had Inevitably to be taken at

prori gned rl thai time, and it was
not possilile Vi itime down nnme-
Oiatelv for fm U^ Hut il
havi been mo** leprehenalWa lot
OovernnMM to sit hack until the
;. 1 ,' .:< I I . 1 I >
l were taken to order ma-g
u 'a
:. g ugjoj raetortet >., axordlni 10 uw company's and lo make enoulrli
and u few other men. v our, and to make PIfta*. I 're
. : h
Local lMM.lc.lnis
Mr XV A (tawford i( 1
that Ihej wen Ing i
man fur two jeare .'' tlua ,-
LONlXJN.
-.ing capital of Apex
I,..; '
. ae 111 tin 30 la t -.mourned lo 2,661,5X2, an
Twent> years ago the (tshermeti
would hnvi- been able to replace
by themselve-. wherei.s
1 nverninent had I" BV '''
pnrl of u.....ipii 1
aaatri * Ith loans f<'i Ibi
1 think lh;.t the pooph
... lolly appreciated the
... ,111.11 which ha it
II over the whoat .f thc W dies and the world in regard to
! : he felt that if
lo think objee.
tivelv about UM n attei thev would
0 serious thing-
later on
1 m, ., ,. intnd <>'' ihl
I,., ru .' LUllldllie
mat rlali had goo. I
and until such IhlAI
happrneit they did nol
Ron ii << n Evelyn was glad
j iU i" refei
to the quo lion il ipital >--\.
,:,i ... 1
'" '.....
ary, bow-
yen II orden m
it would be three or fOW ft
parts arrived.
The Resolution was agreed to
l

.,.11 11... .,m.. IBB I >
/YI/7> or exciix \tih
More linliMir-i.il.
SugaU Pfoditctloii
ixiAKAKTA. Indoneeia.
I i A giant of U S
j.i5.ooo t,, in. reaaa the producUoi
ul inurave the oneJtb of small-
holdera* sugar in Indoni Li to
1 within ihi I
approved, says an Iml.i-
:.. i,m <.>% rnmanl anne .....at
riUl money will Ik- .i|(Cllt H'l
ufai-cwne null*.
ihci ejulpnwnl
11 project "' aaeelal Im
I 1 heii' in
aa 1 m 27000 aerea wee
' I 111 IH5..
.in" < UJSJI I"
expeded el arl) Ihroe
1
When the Ob I
. 1 by m do...hi.
he Btiipmanl to
. c provldi d that lb 1

xpacted ihel Uu a ul
ittle and powei -.n 1 1
.ai result in 1 1.....nai Inane 1

g othei equtpe 1 1

1 ., king-term credit I
-nr i'
NEW YORK
1 ,-t m MOP -ii it
Ilia Hit Riblmn Sei v
1 pVi i>r Hv vh Saa l-ii 1 pap : ir. bmbj
Venexuela-West Indies
Mexico
|u ludjai shb la

1 i.t.^
liabllltli 1,343
About ten tears ago be Provision
l
to the same at ci'-;t;i4J .
inveatlMi
....
appepredj to l> ''
,' ., (, 1 ik- 11.704.199 In the
ing there nl1' lit,H
He knew that generally *;ieak- l>2^
ing some."ie wen neodad '' '' ....*. Tie-
hnrt space of tim.' liveries last ye^r totaling J.ons-
Facton Inasnewen on a 000 bands of eruda
proper I WK* ''''n 3.si.ono gallon at cnataig
1 ..
inspect 3" odd an !
bea 1
obtained from 3*1
ji.r.p



could be tepelirri were now m the
water and work was hW. m pro-
lypa of
the Hathshoha
'
...
It)

The ReeohiUon which was be-
|0 the fin-
ancial assistance "hub
T'DAD CONSIDERS
TRADE MISSION
TO U.K., CANADA
PO I -OK-SJ'AI.N
Govertin
a the ""' '' a trad'
mission from Trinidad to Ihe Unit-
ed Kinjgdo

I .rtuniiii s fir
The qta dhlfl a dele-
-
1 tubs
Pn
"'
anpany
At the time. i was proposvd
that Mr. A A Shenfteld, f.-rmcr
. Adviser, and two othn
. ah r. sound anon ledw
SAVE HID #
1
1
.... ... Um Wrt ln-Ur.
tod na I Central I M
Europe-India-The Orient
i ,,' ha 1 New Tort I 1
1 1 t,
1 1
* l
1 < 1 11
hi Agent or
WORLD'S
MOST IXflRIEHCIO
AIRLINE
PmAmerican
Homo Airways
BOVRIL
makes a
tasty
sandwich
A sanJwi h made wiih llovnl is a real meal
n ininia-ure Everyone enjoy* thc nth heety
flavour and gooUness of feovnl And :
oltenone 4 or. bottle el Bovril makes
M vandwithes
h) give to the nsherm<'ii of the 4 ide should h*|
r d Iom '.1 ilam-ue. ,<|r-led to make Ihe trip
WHITE HORSE
Scotch Whisky
The purpme ol atgCsl
'*ithcut words. Here
hoi that tells, p)
words, of *lii,kv
lo\innK bleaadfsla loggj
BOVRIL
PUTS BEEF INTO YOU
ntil it i* as noble .1 *>coi( 1
as ever came out of
Scotland.
-.! PBariSaaava
More profiUblo w% production will
usually followwhenaf-fdini' pki
calling for Ful-0-Pep Chick BtaVtaVA
Growiat Mash Li used.
fUL-Q'PEp
St'llinfi #!/ iaffaj U
TODAY
Barbados Annual Review.
.{/- iro.n Advocate Stationery
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.-.-.*.'.-.*.* '.'.-
ENAMELS*
ilihilllinlliliiiiiilV-""""'" 'Simil MSMMMLSt
AN EXCELLENT SELECTION
Top-Btvndad
English (and
Other) Paints

And Good Qua lily It rushes
Barbados
Co-op Cotton Factory Ltd.


PACE FOl'R
BARBADOS ADVOCATE
TIII'KslMV. IWTVIiY 17. I9-.;
lftRB\IX)Sip AlAtMtfll
t
IhK ll MiiHn
I IhumI-.v Jan
Four Men AI Outers Drawn
Ml.ll< l**%< r In Egypt
ItlSPOVMIIII ITY
"NOW hv htt rw 'Ki.l v fear except him-
self ."
These words, chosen Irom an article by
WILLIAM BARKLEY were published in
the Advocate of January 16, and were most
timely. In the same issue Mr. ALBERT
GOMES of Trinidad is quoted as saying
that in the West Indies "there is not the
same social discipline as in Britain "
Taken together these two extracts might
serve as a lesson to the West Indies on
the one thins needful.
How badly the lesson is needed was
shown only this week when the House of
Assembly debated a resolution to provide
$1,385 which are required to pay for me-
chanical replacements on the Government-
owned fishing vessel INVESTIGATOR
As far back as May 1951 it was discov-
ered that replacement of the propeller and
shaft and parts of the rudder of the In-
vestigator would be necessary. The reason
for replacement was due to electrolysis, as
Dr. Cummins explained and had nothing
to do with "ELECTRONICS", as the junior
member for St. George appeared to think
Electrolysis takes place when an electric
current causes conductors of that current
to undergo a chemical change. In the case
of the Investigator, electrolytic action was
resulting in decomposition, of bolts and
component parts of the propeller and rud-
der apparatus.
An order for replacement of the affected
i the Investigator has been placed to
.nsitre that the boat will not be laid up
when replacement becomes necessary. The
House passed the resolution in Committee
of supply but opportunity was taken by
several members to criticise the United
Kingdom for what was mysteriously de-
scribed by Mr. MotUey as "exploitation of
the Colonies." Members argued that the
United Kingdom was supplying inferior
equipment to the Colonies and were anx-
ious lest the new replacement and the en-
gines for the three fishing boats towards
which the Government was contributing a
loan of $10,000, should not prove to be in-
ferior. Normally the members of the House
would appear to have been exercising the
functions of good watchdogs over the is- 1
land's purse, but the suggestion that the
United Kingdom is deliberately profiteer-
ing by selling bad equipment to Barbados
is' unworthy. The same United Kingdom
has allocated il800,000 as a free gift to Bar-
bados under the Colonial Development and
Welfare Act. The same United Kingdom
has just agreed to rJay Barbados some-
thing like 1 million more for the 1952
sugar crop The same United Kingdom has
agreed to purchase for 8 years by far the
greatest part of the surplus of the island's
available sugar for export.
The same United Kingdom has agreed
that Barbados should be allowed to sell its
sugar to Canada after 1952 and benefit from
higher prices if still prevailing in that
market.
The presence of H.M.S. SHEFFIELD in
Carlisle Bay should remind the members
of the House of Assembly how impossible
it would be for this island to pay even for
one day towards the cost of its own defence.
The vast resources of the Colonial Office
with its specialist and research departments
are available at no cost to the island of
Barbados.
The list of advantages and benefits that
accrue to Barbados from the good offices
of the United Kingdom could be indefin-
itely extended. But enough has been said
to remind the Barbados House of Assem-
bly that their responsibilities are towards
the people who have by the exercise of i
adult suffrage returned them to represent
their interests and not to blame cither the
United Kingdom or anybody else every
time a necessary expenditure of money has
to be made.
It was unfortunate that Mr. F. L WAL-
COTT was out of the island on Tuesday
and that the resolution had to be introduc-
ed by Dr. Cummins who was unfamiliar
with the circumstances of the case. But the
people of Barbados no longer expect to
hear useless recrimination against the Uni-
ted Kingdom. If. as Mr. Gomes admits.
there is not the same social discipline in the
West Indies as in Great Britain, the task of
politicians and statesmen in the area is to
lay foundations on which that social discip-
line can be built, not to raise petulant
void's to "schoolmistress Britannia" nor
to blame the United Kingdom for their
own failures to lead and inform public
opinion.
The real enemies to West Indian progress
are not the United Kingdom, nor any other
combination of individuals or nations. The
West Indian, like the Englishman to whom
William Barkley referred in the above
quoted passage has nothing to fear except
himself.
That this ItMOIi bus not been learnt is
clearly illustrated by the debate on a reso-
lution for SI.385 in the House of Assembly
on Tuesday and by the account that was
Advocate of some
of the points to be raised in Mr. Gomes' pre-
pared statement for the Commonwealth
Finance Ministers, now meeting in London.
Da 11
DStrumfnt
Of Kovrriuiirnl U
patient teams of censors in IM
Ministry I f the Int..
then in constant use. >mi
of foreign maga/ine-. and r**-
papeis all lefetenn^
latouk and Premier Pasha.
Not that Kn-
ot Egyptians who can read
foreign languages sre unfnUUl l
Vritli the scandals mirr
the administration ..f Ibl
trybut it wouldn't do En las
to learn how tally oth.'
med upon these *h-i
topics.
They fear isolation
AT the head of Egypt-
national affairs are four men
who mutually, and for good
reason, dislike on* another In
tensely, but are oliligcl t<< bfl
logether It-si In IsoUuoi 4
fate should overtake them.
characters an K
Famuk. Nahas Pasha, the Prim-
Bera| ad-Din Pash..
!] Minuter uf the Interior; an I
Saliih ed-Uin 1'iinha. the Fotl
Miiii-tti
A monarch and three pashu-
form the ruling clique. Although
tbt BrttaSfa GiAe.timent in IB.'J
proclaimed Egjpt a indepen-
u lit datnoa ' aarll
UtS political autliK '
remained in the hands of already
wealthy landowners or in thou
of lawyers and ptoA
poUUciani who adopted that
cat err because of the opportuni-
ties of enriihm. tit in affords.
There arc few countries with
more wealth per head i|
lation than Egypt, nor any where
ll is divided with more trlfeil .
contrasts Outside Uie glitter-
ing Mohammed Aly Club, whoa*
members play baccarat with 100
mi have to step careful))
to avoid the frail and filthy
forma of small chlMm
>>n the pavement. The word
wsUt-arabV* which hi now tost
to the British vocabulary. Mill
has all its old signiiw.imv lo
Cairo
To satisfy ihc mob
The nisi raojuadia f Qovora-
nwiil i-.licy in Egypt is to keep
Ihc poverty-stricken proletarlii
from reflecting t-> dej
grievances. The beat diversion is
U provide an alternative target
against which its resentment .., |
ill
t\ \KH I'KII I I
rted. That is why the
Dt Cabinet is whooping
the Egyptian mob to regard '-he
Hi itish troop- on the Canal .
invaders
tan-rill ry,
intelligent Egyptian HI
i a the narrow strip of
desert along the west hank at
tbt Canal omana I I > Itl
troops In the safest, moat orderly
and contented di*ttnt in the
country. Wages ar. hlfljfes
|
BrltfSB Uv.. batter; towns and
villages are cleaner, the local
population get better medical
Th.n the presence of the
British garrison on the Canal ha*
in every way been beneficial to
m Btypt ii i"
il. uht hut the personal ambi-
ttan of aw an h i iada it in*
Mihjci; of the pre;cnt
risky controversy.
ill I ha. t e
Poiatfh Minister, now BtUfl ling
'i.tial Assembly of the
uaitad H bum 'i
thi I'm inieisJnp .ith all the
piofltabla advantage-i thai
iny it.
M Pasha Is 7f
8B a troublesome
physical miiimily. His term of
office ublvously cannot last mucli
longer Salnh ed-Din COVatfl !n .
..rut needed cause
in Wflll il he could uniti I
laallnj iirhma him. He hi
-Miming the role < f
Brttlsl -baiter
to bim the Egyptian
Government has now gone too
l.u lo draw backalthough the
Four-Power invitation lo toin
the Eastern Mediterranean I>e-
'iwanlsatinn would at anv
.it;, i nme have been welc>. ne
a* gaining fm Egypt -he pres-
tige ol Msaociation on a basis
of equality with the Western
PvVfot
! i ..snorted by all Egyptians
In touch with the palaea th.it
Kina rarouk was gtnMiab
against ihe lepudiatioii of the
JB30 Treaty by which British
tioop'..... entitled to remain on
the Canal until 1958 He would
have preferred to refuse to sign,
lbs Mills by which this treaty
and the convention covering the
Sudan were abrogated.
A shrewd ruler
Under the Egytian Constitu-
tion the King's hsStnt ? norei-
ary to the passing of the law
By withholding it Farouk could
have forced Nahas to resign He
may have been tempted to do
so. for he has had bitter quar-
rels with htm in the past, and
one of the Egyptian Soveieign'.
complaints against the British
Government Is that on ahree
-rcasians it ugOd Itg infl
Impose Nahas upon the King as
Premier.
But Farouk. though a moody
and impulsive monarch, is by no
means lacking in shrewdne.*
and political craft He realised
that in view of the popular ex-
citement about the British
occupation of the Canal Zone il
m uld h blunder for him to
vale legislation purporting to
bring it lo an end. To bara
don* so would have n
1 irge the
King with having overruled his
Cabinet on a patriotic Issue It
was evidently unwise to ob-
struct laws which the Pri
and his Foreign Minister had
lot the British troop*, out the (Jsg
could make his acceptance of
than Mih)cet to a condi'Um
wltieti might subseqiienth be
used to his ggvgsttggjl
Whip for his hand
Material to this end Farouk
found, in another Bill awaili.i*
his signature, which provided
for investigation by the Finanoa
MinBttr) of the sources from
watch the private fortunes of
Cabinet Ministers and Govern-
ment officials have been derived
The King at once saw the da*
u In it it wasn't retro*pcc-
nve. The Wafdist Party hai
been in power nearly two
years: their nests were already
well lined. As a condition of
signature, therefore. Farouk
demanded that operation of *.h"
BUI be antedated to the year
1939. He knew that with ;hl-
amendment it would no', be
allowed to become operative no
he would always have a whip to
crack over tlv* Premiers heal
This Egyptian Government
asserts a claim to the whole
Valley of the Nile, but if IN*
were conceded it would only
mean that Oriental graft and
corruption would extend it.-
sway from the Mediterranean
to Lake Victoria.
ll Can lit- Dfinc-
It may well be asked what con-
thara can i- i'iween Mr
Kaiser or the USA and the
present -rfiortage of electricity, or
gas, or anything else In llarba-
do.s' The only connection Is
probably in my mind, and i- then
because I have come to regard him
as an outstanding example of the
type that refutes to be daunted
by difficulties. And when It
comes to shortages, he simply
does not believe in being deterred
by tham but goes to work 10
eliminate them.
I had some contact with the
Kniaer organisation during the
wnr, when Britain was desperate-
ly short of ships and Ihe old-
established yards felt that noth-
ing more could be done to pro-
duce them, owing to shortages of
m.iihiiie tiwls and other Rams.
Kaiser undertook to build -hips
for Britain ami did to in spite of
Ihe difficulties that certalntv
existed at the time. 1
days of L88all*MM II was 1
striking illustration of obstacle'
being overcome by those Imbued
with the necessary energy ano
in teiniin.dion to do so.
After the war Kaiser started
to make automobiles and found
there was a shortage of steel, kj
he set to work to make steel.
i..iter an 1 sssDttajji of alununiun
for defense purpose* appeared,
so he went Into the business of
producing it, although both steel
and aluminum must he USsM on
a big scale to tie aconOnnc, and
either project would DO enough
to daunt moat men by sine atone.
It has been said thai whan one
of his associates felt IbJ
expanding too rapidly, and re-
minded him that Rome
built in u day. he replied, "Yes. 1
knOW, hut I did not have that
job." I cannot help feeling that
In this matter of our shortage of
electricity we might borrow 11
leaf from Mr. Kaisers liook. The
In the Advocate of Jan-
uary 11th were Interesting but I
B> H F S MY Till IS
aa .hiything to suggest
thai ihe difficulties mentioned are
I. The asfManaa of a
shortage in Britain u not in It-
self .1 u.isoii why we should feel
obliged to racocN Ua oni 1
. Mini. 11 abortaga ban. one bottie-
m 1 h< ie is the shortage of coal
and inotbai 1- lha priorltj' given
to giKMls for export, in order to
pay foi m-txletl imports, including
sugar fioni the West Indies.
1 11 have a serious short-
..!< of (Ban powar, whereas here
we have chronic unemployment
(hat is made worse bv the lack
of laclrtcitj
Two years ago 1 suggested
ih.it an fabvtOUl h"1-! be to have an Impartial enquiry
to try to ascertain the real facts
-if tin- case If ihis had been
done we might be fur'her ahead
DOW, instead of still confused by
a mare of conflicting Ideas and
opinion*, with no clear decision
ni definite action such as the
ordering of more machinery.
I have been asked if 1 have any
cut-andHiriad solution to suggest,
but that is not possible for anyone
until the real difficulties are
aatailaliiail bayond doubi. wheth-
er the Public Utilities Act. the
shortage of capital. fear of
naUonallaatlon or *me other
that has not come to light as yet.
It is possible that a serious diffi-
culty is what may be described as
.. Maiawhut old-fashioned atti-
tude of mind.
1 have hoard lha rawnanl ad-
vanced quite seriously, that there
is no i-iiiit in trying to encourage
increased consumption of electric-
ity by making it cheaper in quan-
'.111- hee.-nis, n || ii*. l.rc.id in
that a family can only consume
so much of it. This seams u per-
faet e\.,rnple of a false analogy.
Here 111 Barbados there are small
users consuming about eight or
ten units a month, and others
using one hundred times as*much
electricity hut about an equal
quantity of bread The idea be-
longs to the 'horse and buggy
days' of electricity, when It was
regarded as useful for lighting
only, and mainly for wealthy folk
al that.
Two years ago T also suggested
that consideration should be given
to installation of steam turbines
instead of more Diesel engines,
and now I see that the Company
plans to purchase turbines though
none have been ordered yet. It
might be worth while to look into
the question of buying second-
hand turbines to save both time
and capital outlay. The turbine
is so much simpler in construcUon
than the Diesel engine that thev
may be bought second-hand with
confidence, subject to the usual
safeguards as to condition.
I realise that the Directors or
their Engineers may have some
objection to buying second-hand
machines of any type. In which
case the objection should be
weighed carefully in the light of
th* urgent need for more elec-
tricity at the earliest possible
moment. We are at least entitled
to a positive assurance that all
practicable ways and means of
dealing with the problem have
been thoroughly explored, before
we are asked to reconcile our-
selves to putting up with the
shortage indefinitely.
It is encouraging to see the
Chamber of Commerce taking the
matter up actively, and It Is to be
hoped that their efforts to solv
the deadlock will meet with sue
cess. I fed sure that It can be
done If all concerned are Imbued
with the spirit expressed in.
"Where there's a will, there's a
way". The great need now Is lo
decide what should be done In
the circumstances, and take what
action Is necessary to at least
start to carry out the decision,
while remembering that the best
way to keep electricity from be-
coming too expensive Is to sell as
much of it as possible
>lor' Sweat And IVar*
In the middle of Kipling s If
poem there's a gju
By niKRIk JFNKINK (Jnr.l
11
betr
BMfcS
BMSMSI
TwNlnl by knivr.
E i.wb.
"Of 1cll lhr in*i* '111 mr ii.ur
brofco.
AiiJ ilH| BBS hmM >m uf -.!>.
.01 > oni Uol-
The lines must have been pro-
phetically written foi (ld jusl-
Jawed hoary headed Win-ton
Churchill to-day .is lie stiHips mice
more to pick up the broken pWOH
of the British Empire
It's no Job for an amateur In
fact it may be hopeless even for
such a master mechanic as Winnie
the fixer. Only a man of his in-
domitable pride and rStsM of duty
would want to bestir 77-year-old
bona*. m *uch an undertaking. Or
could summon the courage to mut-
ter. "Yes. the outlook is grim but
I've seen worse."
Whal two wars in 30 years didn't
do to wreck the Bnlish c.
and governmental machine, ihe
ere.it Socialist experiment did. Six
year* of the Labour Party's Joy-
ride to Utopia have ended on the
rocks with four flat tires.
And yet the supporters of AM Ice

ever that they had anything to da
with the crash even when tn-y
gagfg ni ih wheel. The same num-
ber of antagonistic kibitzers will
be jieerlng over the old man's
shoulder, leering as he goes to
work. They hope he falls.
Bucn an attitude is characteristic
of the Socialist manner of reason-
ing, it Is generally flavoured with
aon
'if I can't have it. nobody should
hive it"'
The gist of Socialist campaign
oratoryespecially from Be van
stressed the "hard tsnanr" thai
could be recalled even when the
Empire flourished and when cer-
tain privileged people feasted on
caviare and champagne.
Such sympathy for the loctal
underdog h not peculiar to Social-1
Uts. Any normal humw has it.
But EQUALIZING INEQL'Al.-1
ITIES Or TALENT OR WEALTH
by government decree is not the
way to govern a free people any.
more than a football game.
Overwhelmed with pity for the
losers, the Socialists would shackle
Ihe vtnnarl so that the gcore al-
ways came out evennothing to
nothing.
Anyhow, no matter what be-
comes of the Empire, the Social-
ist., will never equalize old Winnie
because in all of England he has
no equal. With all b,is age, Win-
ston Churchill is still the living
refutation to a spurious theory
not that all men are CREATED
EQUAL but that they can be
forced to FINISH UP EQUAL
Olll HI AIM IIS SAY
Huh Svlllng W Awwi
Bimek
To The Editor, The Editor
SIR.In your Issue of January
10th. there ia a letter re ttitUsVi
of Usher men selling fish at
Browns Beach. Bay Street These
tuiid flshermen although having
li-h M sail refuse to sell to any
white person. Mi tXpa
been similar. I expect so much
racial hatred has been blown DJ
orators who were canvassing for
I
I might mention that in 1051 1
could get no flying fl*h as 1 would
not pay "black market prlff
This month of 1952 1 have boon
able to buv 'tying flih once but
at "black market" prices. Bill
ITerevl me t 38 cents
per lb but onlv U S-th parcels
no cuttuag of fish allowed' As
long as a tin of salmon Is avail-
hall buy it.
Tho I'ohce are a fine body of
1 rarj helpful but may I
Ugjfatl that a policeman be sent
OH the tn-ach at Brown's Beach
nilar beaches lo see that
fish is batlUJ sold not onlv m
otourad a to white
ones willing to buv
FISH WIS1IER
l : U.
/ .. Imn .:iiii; Slumps
To The Editor, The Editor
SIR. 1 am a Chemist with
11.1i) Government. As a|
result of an Illness with polio-
myelitis. I have partial paraly-i
.! of my left lea; and Since that
time I have found my hobby of,
stamp collecting .ncreasinnly im-
-fortant to me. 1 would like any-'
one who is interested in exchang-l
ing sumps of the West Indies
for those of Canada end the!
United States to contact me bv
letter
U G. CHATTEN.
1338 Laperrlere Avenue.
Ottawa 3, Ontario,
Canada
llth January, 1052.
TRL'MAN S FOES TAUNT
President Truman's home front worries
pile up. Foremost among fhem are the
the income lax scandal and the talk f
improper influence In Oovrrnmrnl agen-
cies. FKKDKK1CK COOK tells how one
woman's fur coat ha* seized the ullenlioii
of the nation ....
'The Mink
Dynasty9
NEW YORK. Thursday,
THE 70-mile-an-hour motoring refugees
fiom the blizzard-swept North are in too great
hurry when they pull in to the luxury road-
.de "motel" in Florida to pay attention to
ihe woman who shows them to their air-con-
ditioned, 4 4s.-a-night cabins under the
paussasi
She is not striking in appearance. A little
vcrweight. receding chin, straight, dark
:uir. drawn back into a plain bun. -steel-
nmed glasses. Not the bathing beauty type.
1C6-A-WF.KK MAN
There is nothing to indicate that she is the
''"man everybody has been reading about:
'. he owner of America's most famous fur coat,
lioyal pastel natural mink, I am told, is the
'ethnical description. Retail value, according
" expert testimony, is around 3,150.
It is a beautiful coat. But lots of women in
ihis lush and prosperous land fortify them-
s"lves against the rigours o( winter in coats
lint as good.
What interested so many millions in this
p rticutarcoat is the fact that the woman who
wore it was until recently a typistat the
\\ hite House. And her husband, 40-year-old
Merl Young, just before the war was making
only 6 a week as a Government messenger.
n recent years things have looked up for
i"m. When all the bother about the coat be-
^:.nand caused some of Mr. Truman's foes
tO dub his administration the Mink Dynasty
Mr. Young was making 52 a week on the
staff of the Reconstruction Finance Corpora-
tion.
This is the Government Department which
n 1941 lent embattled Britain 390 million
di liars and recently got it all back with in-
i' est five years ahead of time.
GRAVE CHARGE
On the home front it is one of the main
tunnels-or wasthrough which Uncle Sam
fteds large loans to people and firms who
need a cut of his bounty.
Mr. Young was one of the people who look
, [nto applications and pass them on. Now he
I is under a grand jury indictment for perjury
''dlowing a month-long probe.
It is a grave charge, which, if proved, could
bring him a gaol sentence of up to 30 years.
The grand jury also indicted Joseph Roscn-
1 aum, a Washington lawyer who financed tho
purchase of Mrs. Young's coat, Young's
broths* Herschel and Robert Dudley, an asso-
ciate of Mr. Rosenbaum,
'LIES'
Specifically Young is accused of three
ihings: of denying that while employed by
, '.ne RFC he had anything to do with appli-
cations from Lustron Corporation, a prefab
j housing concern, for 39 million dollars in
'oans; of denying that he over received "one
single cent" in commissions or fees; and of
aying that he got nothing out of putting
1 usiness men in touch with Government men.
All these statements, say the grand jury,
vero lies. On the contrary, charges the in-
dictment, he actively participated in the Lus-
tron deal (by which after leaving the RFC.
he was employed at 3,750), was paid by
* Washington law firm for his services on
another application and drew 500 a month
U contact man for a New York exporter.
'PAID IT BACK'
Young agreed that Rosenbaum put up the
money for that mink coat But he says he
uid it back.
These are the first formal indictments t<>
a me out of a sweeping grand jury investiga-
:ion ordered by Attorney General Howard
McGrath after a list of mink coats for the
wives of fortunately placed people was re-
vealed last spring.
It was a sub-committee headed by Senator
William Fulbright of Arkansas who brought
Ihe furs out of the mothballs and overnight
turned them into Washington's hottest con-
versation piece and an almost dead sure issue
a! the national elections of 1952.
NEW LIFE
The inquiry had been in progress man>
w ceks before Mrs. Youngafter being;
staunchly defended in some high placeswas
allowed to give up her White House job and
i depart for the new life as a Florida motel-
keeper. She had, incidentally, worked for Mr.
Truman ever since 1940, when he was just a
senator and never dreamed of one day sitting
in F.D.R.'s chair.
I Down in Florida on the 2,000-mile highway
j where all the traffic flows south at this time
I of the year. Mrs. Young is content to concen-
1 trate on booking her overnight guests and
putting up the No. Vacancy sign. She would
like to forget all about her royal pastel
natural mink. She could not have gone to a
better place. In Florida nobody owns furs. It
was 80 degrees yesterday in Miami.
WORLD COPYRIGHT RESERVED
L.E.S. I
DIARIES FOR SPORTSMEN
1 \( HUM. UMi;i 11 IHAKi'
Tilt MOTORIST'S DIARY
AMATI I K I'llOKM.KAl'HV IIIAKV
, THE MOTOR CYCLE MARY
THE WlltUlv IIORLO DIARY
Advocate Stationery
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ffrdert
Tools should include
a Watering-Pol. Fork. Hake.
Spade. Trowel. Shears and Hose
These, ol' lasting
quality and excellent \alue. are
storked hvl.S. PITCHER & GO.
Ph. 1472
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$*
pis
In hiindrrlul Colours. .
IDtAL fr
interior Pram
rovfrings
niRCI for
Kiddies" Table-
tops and (hairs
GUARANTEED AGAINST (KAIklMi Hill
12 MONTHS & EASY TO K11 (II \\!
Da Costa & to., Lid.
Mtssn. DA COSTA ft OO LTD
P.O. BOX tot, BRllH.l rOWN BARBADOS
nit: 1 ins
WEKK
Aurhor Ruttrr.
Anchor Fvp. Milk.
Anchor Milk Powdrr
SI PI'EH
MBBSB
1 ihi
I'lthl'llll
I HA I lit I
EASV Til
Ox Totixur
Maksl B>rf
Let Ham
SsSbbbI
'!' .! Simp*
( ."ni.flower 111 tins
Hru"i I spruulo In (Ins
IVUl I'ols Teas
Dutch fine Pcjs
Aoparafus
M ivmi 11 Jim-
I S\.UhS
m 'I.WKSS
Stout, pis.32c. per Bottle
Stout, nip*20c. per Bottle
Cam Crackers 11.64 per tin
Keep i'-'l s-iih a
(.in and Tonic
PHONE GODDARD'S wi DELIVER


rm M3DAY, nvriRV 17. in:..'
HARBAOOS \HVOC\TK
PACE F1VT
New Club To Be Opened Thr*e *^feHa
S/ar/ Grinding
On St. James Coast
ANOTHER CLUB is tfointf up alOMf the Si Jamn'
Operations
-
N'Unj Hall MM)
slO,OOOGrantedFortl72::,;;;,:
Loans To Fishermen 0/ "*%*"
KING FAROUK
GETS A SON
i'l be opened on February 1. m time (or the toun^i operations Sever-1 other foc-
sea&on. lurid are hoping to start tnwar The Coral Reef Club stands on nine acres of land which '^Jff^ wJS? -ml Fatr-
.1 lv every type of local tree. The modern coral geld Will sun on the 28ih. while f own m^\t in
ituated only a few yards away from the sea. Newton will have a trial n - urgent nw
The dining room and ballroom next week wl'ft a vie* to siart- creasing the cuppl)
are open to the sea. The b^t hai '"* Ihe nallawtag wk Many nd m tin.-, reaped the H
the shape or two half circle*. The >' >e plantations are expecting ntkl Secretary said it a
Club's colour is lime areen " "Wan nop H last year when, that if there were a few boat* w *h
and wine It is surrounded bv 'he Island's record crop was engine*, thev would be able to grt
lily ponds and beautiful patios. 1B-"" to the fishing grounds i-arller .mo
The bedrooms have private ,, ___-___, ~---------- ^__ have more time for actual (Whins.
rathrooms and tub bath* with hot ., '^! rvJIE'J.T, unich miht r""1' >" a con side i -
." Sf ,r kS bedroom S S5aW5S$iOftZ ifixr",nthe,,lund"8UPpu
also has its own telephone n+UM their Trlglnal calcula- of fi,h
Mr. Carter told the Advocate: lo"* "( I. Tnis building hi.s coral put ..> '' """ IVnar'ir.eni thinks that the M lhfl, bKtotr. d^,,,^., 2 and I
i"> unusual uses. The baths and I*- CPJ-> 1V|M * "n '' Junc' w",l,!'r the E
irai permitting, o even until July ,,.
ilh^al l>, ' rjlNUSCO COS. BSSBRsf
$40,000,000 Vtarly
(By rXt.ZIO BIANCHI)
MILAN. Italy Jan. ia
Illegal deals in tobacco
- Kim Paca
THE Legislative Council on Tuendav aWHMfd 0.
lion lor $10 000 for the purpose of making loans to a given I
limited number of Rat) vner* to InnUI powered pa*ui tl i asliai area
. ., wheir the material was of a,
Mr. XTaVl bra* iLI said
,Uch boat, wo. .h-l thr
repniiv peraons r. mlding
which would like som.
boats with
"
to be docked foi
iid t ike
was not rppoacit
NUUoa. and wi
pointing on: those mullet
I the Ho
the Co
n* the Italian G>
ption desk are built
h* iunidii umiinmrni w are ttxna to >et a v
cry nigh
the islan i
. t, pan
xafcly with any luxury hotel
in the Caribbean


from
I Ingj ait to the
rriginc. proaalli
th.ti would _0UAd here
irdg it seemed that the OOVI
servicing and maintenance, m *- Shiiping urrayot had come in
far ai the Executive Commlttie lo *urv*ey his own recommenda-
was concerned, it wa decided to 'i< >s :.i rind that the> \> I
Matt funds which would be sum- '. 'l <> that the peron respon-
thraa ipplKatloiu lola f<>r bulMIni tin' tx.it wan
ordering
lull
Mr aald iii.it tit.-
the flr*t Instaaot, and therefor*
unbet .it (in., ,
unaU
0| supet-highway stretch
Mil m's Ijike resort of " -" Y'"'1 '" parishes, ope
to the Italian He "hi ,hai Prvlatan has been g"**n^x
as of Chiasao. m*' '
Nothing the Italian frontier tome to the Club for the purpose
l l and customs onViaU have of "(m a .-ca bath, tea or
bCB able to Mem loo drinks.
IB Ind Of thousands of
r American cigarettes that Sl* MONTHS .go an Antiqut
b the Italian Peninsula at Shop was opened rtong the il
DW* tban those charged James coast. It u run b> Mr. and
I the Italian State tobacco Mrs. Geoffrey Carter.
monopoly Tourists will tlml a good assort-
Bvarj noa and than tug smug- ment of an
cor i5 caught with a truck-load 5toek l^ a variety of hand blocked
* I clandcathM cigareltes. When cottons and silks, mostly beach
the haul ib great, the sensitive wear
II Kk markets on the public There is also a large quantity
of Milan respond with a of Jarsa) MttOrj and local turtle
shell articles such as clcarett*'
Rocanily. for example, the po- case*. Also on *alc S Ul
*, -flfSSf"^. tne nseatlon var.rty ot eostuma icwellcry and
of 210.000 Swiss cigarettes on Wu|c rajl,
Tobacco Road, nnd blackmarket
prices In Milan went up live lire
(slightlj less than one U.S. cent)
Committee had un-

h had baaD made by thM
* Ao> Igor? Cotn-
h high rainfall rreas like lwn,' ODOatruci in. equip
ibj surrouadlu "' ''' of nahtn boat that whkB WQuW
- ill pro- '*
naxi nail
'' 1',r(''' x,:'
4 the ( omralu .
out thai Uie Advist ,
committee wag "I UM view ll.ai (,. .,,.. ,, S((11, llr ,,),, ,,, a
nthei lypaa .rf DOatl DM raiMHl to U
.- uUvi Committee
r the industry, but Ihey The Resolution was con, t.
felt that ihi* I:nger type of boat
fell outside the scope of the revolv- The Lesttalattvo '' m i .
inu Fund. The amount of UM 'u for MOO
Was J5U.IKKI and the agOOSSAt ' DOVOI .-,.i brlnflinf
oub.'anding loans was iii the \ I. onTacfanieala
lty of MljMO, Wo bori il rducaUori lo Barbadoi f"i
re than 98i'. in agraMpi week,
which was not enough to help tru
fisherman t<. I uiUI Ihll
of boat and equip it with an en- modified cnatl I
gine. leehnical Training ,- tn.
Principal of the n.-w Technical Maun
"ad institute m British OuaUW artu
TURKEY LAYS TV"?
EGGS IN A DAY
A t irk"V thl prcpfrty cf
Ttr. Ilaiil HinC-. Land. Bnikles ttoau. Isli*
two egg* on Monday Mr*
Hind- lia> binu keeping hn-.
ducks and turkey* for a num
bar of year* Tin- inikcy
laid the egg* on Monday at
6 30 j in and 4 p m
THIS YEAR the Colony Clul-
has consider..bly extended
training School
Site lii-|i!'rini
Colonieai Can
l..i\ Foiuiduliofa
For Stai>l< Pound
The Director ot Agriculture
some interesting information on WM ,n Brbadoa last November
Colonel J. R A Branch. Com- the progress made in the llshing atteiuling thf Educitmn Confer-
irtlnnar of Police. la^ward industry in Bombay. From Uiat in- f.nce
hvmg room and outside patios. |,iands iH aX pmenl in the island foimation it seemM that th.
The Club also has a new kitchen. v',"",'", ' -.uses nnd ^mv timc he i% taking the op- utarted in 1934 when I HnaU tw I
upt-oaid barbecue grill. | errace has be^n .nc at Six Roads for She Com- were 34 powered boatr. in opcigttioi
Fotvilsti.ff Comes
Govi
if BhlppBifl ibould i a I
.
hippiiii and ratari around here

.
Hi ha in i laiaallgiiai
Ah,i had b'li'i H
ll marine
playing wild
The
i
to look after the UshllU imio- i >
ind hen m< beard n h rumou -
M' know h ii
I - 11 lould Ir
Mlppthf givi
i poocaa to whon
:> * arora noa lav
lot engirn \-
om lm anoanpaad ' Intarfei
with thoaa Uunoi and caUed

the Traaaur)
1 .ii no technicians in IN
Wan theielore nol it'
of turning do" n '
He believed IhM *rai
.. mathlnsj th^t needed a lot more
explanation bikI they -hould give
imag riwiglflouli i b the laxpat-
i ling i pan
ii fully
URO, Jan 16
K
I
The child artU ba
?
wl 1

rara




i n
i id after his grandfithei
ll
i belief that hi

Holiday
...
|
' rial h.lid..\
id icioiciiik
The a
old Katuk la.l
ifhtara bul i>"
I divorced
M n Prince has replaced
i Aly. the 70-
M r'.irmik as heir-
presumpti. tsB. Under
low, the Crown mud
Ki
ngage-
'he then 17-
Badtk, daughter of an
Egyptian civil Ktrvaat, last Feb.
10th

S ick Bey, See. Gen. in
the autustr) of Coinnunicationg.
There were unconfirmed reports
tha: Karouk first mat
Ninlman in a Cairo jewellery
' i i h. arenl with her
'1-1 Rgaaaam, a
i to buy
it bj ba | engage-
mcni waa broken wn after-
: I I! :ilU WSS
ii Cfin-
r Bt
daughter ; hanker
1.1'.
By I1AKOU) i. t \ ;n
LONDON, Jan. IG.
Commonwealth Ministers met
for their third session in conier-
eoce on Wednesday.
The colonies as a whole have be se;luded can
lr. ii (J Cummin. iX) toh
The beach terrace has bam ;,ic nl Six Roads for trie Com- TraTl ffl POWaraU bQUg^n QpCaflUOli .,"
tonsiderally exte-ndei and "Ost bJJMd Poltca TroituAB SchOOi for |n Bombay, and il,. i I 1*11111 N 'U /.Mlhl,-,I 'li,'', ,"",l" InfOTmallon from
leaches ore swept daily." New ihe leeward and Windward la- quite astonishing *'Mll.U n, Vvi-t.n.i that the psrlal
cloak rooms have l>een hmlt .m.t i ,(1,i, ,md Barbadoa In 1993 or 34 when the fleet *tv< ),.. i...,i ., v"'" '''a'hi with UH
the bedroom accummodat'on ha* Colonel Branch arrive! h.-ir nd :is uppoaed to be
riaarij iJOUbJad. Formerly th. last Monday hy Brttlan West In- m"VTsU|l. I ,*'M ""' ",l"' fi" ,h""-
1h mI h,. .,li..i Y. iiiC'jllJ,l on Cokml tt' ",ch n"1 ""* fro H.l.t-...... Hdmd lo to Mtol .....I would to
,ra-i h.... IhOM Who wUl 10 MOiicr. who ahowrd him rour,. ,,, bv,,
l corner, to . comoo;,n,I ol h,PIU-r Ho.d- ,, wl
, at Ccn-.i
Leeward Islands'
Polic
-t kick in them yet to bring the patios thus avoiding the
about enormous recovery ami lay nctivity in Ihe main Club Tbc
Ihe freah foundation for a stable The "summer houses" serve
pound sterling dual purpose In so far as they b.'hment
-ice sources said the provide bedroom accommodation 1 raining School, and cxpressei
which
on wo-
uld enable thci
Ashing grounds
Mr
The tiivt iiahtai load of
it reached the waterfront
Iff! took
nglnet.
ot CbM Poll,. **SL,HK.J"
to K.t
Mrltai
I, IV.IO.H
10 UM I'd Ihut Ih.
.....ti illowod m '
T I.. I I .
BrllUh endeavour now wai lo Irr '""li ' winter and
f. Tormululv a sterling ate. policy vertlbl. to fully rquipp.vt Mid
whuh would ..top the pp.rent 'u""a hom tor family occupu-
ol some Commonwulth ,'on l;i"n * """", Thl, will
members to encape It., restriction. *gg W ,"""" r"ld'"" '"
All members are beln asked lo So"'h A"'"1- L
tltok their current balance pa,- Tnl '~mls- *" '
. ntthott ot dU..,i,n.iion g? "?'" '""1r"/" hc
Barbados climate and many lunch- gn
hope that it will soon
Club,
Im-
taat
the brutal redi ction p| the,
'rSl -------- . .,., con and dinner parties are urrulig- udmitted
These suggestions appare.i.ly .n- ^ |n ,h f overlook- 'hange
VOlve ..uestions of trade liberal.,-,- ,hp floox ,. .,,.,
lion and tariffs which conference the roc),anut proves nucule to ihe new Genend Oar- boats with -n,-un-
said would have to be re- coral 'tone has been u-ed ex- I"1'"""' "' Education, school
ferred to at next month's meeting .nBWPiv ,n lh(, bu,Wing. It give. ho*c H.-^t le,
actual fishing, and the amount of
fish brought into this hua
increase considerably
Of course there were snags in
my form of improvement, and it
had been pointed out that it might
te wrong to encourage boats with
dlesel engines to the dctinnent of
smaller fishermen, but it was fail
that the oves-rlding f-.cim DtUSl
be the great need of this island for
more cheap f.-Kl .mil .neontinni'
pupils. Since the the Executive Comnnlln- was eon-
he old Schoul Cci- sidiimg the piovision of funds to
lincate and Higher School Ccr- enable loans to be made for tlltinu
School Your
GaaaUlgtfd
, i:< lehoel teim ba*
Tuesday, lew schools
in Geneva of member^ ol the |h Ideal bOCStfSjOUnd %0 injCft
t.eneril Agreement on Trade and M.(i||1(.
T ''T' '<:- Protn this aspect of the Com- Directors of the Club, told th.
monweni.h COBft i ip- Advoraie: The principles y.nich
peared to be growing oopoaition underlie the new developm- i.k
iirogramme of tariff re- wh|ch have been made are those
a trade nnd m/irf nf develonlng to the full the
I Of the Brit- natu-al advantages of Barbados
,sh concentirn of imi>erinl prefer-
ence.V.r.
i began In Ja
like Combcrmeie, chaiige.1 Ihi
school year so that It would %begir
of the '" Sepleinln-i
t>nl> ill Harrison College ami
. .. t.i -a pupil Ha was a trans*
ie, fiom Parry School.
The loll at Ilaiii:oii CoUegaj ll
now 55^ and at Queen's College
178.
At si Mn hael r.uis' knooI
two acting DUStr
dded to the start
. Ltd.
in.Ki C iDtrta I,. T.
he i .! i lea .. ie>. m Til
[lopkli
Nt'xt '!Vo Years
\\ ill Be "Hard"
i Pair 1
that visitors who came her.- ID
ec the lust example of fine hot-
plta.ily in ,hr perfect Barbadian |
w*>- Pan Is.
At the Modern
ST. JAMI-.H ALMSHOI'SK loo there are appn
will soon have a centurion. This pupils.
year Anne Drakes will be 100 __________
ild. She is confined to bed
Nttumll. Mi- wian .'v of Ds.-
ember 2 and 3 expedited COBsfM-
nation of this mailer, and h<
therefore had mm h pltn-ui. ll
moving the concurrence of the
lt solution that the sum of |10
should ba prortdad In ordai lo f imtr "Metna"
enable loans lo be m/'de to a few agrivad hare i -w Cape Town
Bahini boat osrnei tl it a I with oargo Indudlng
........
in fishing, and did ihe Bahui| peanut butlar, afina iiarnTrOuth.
have i>een tharnaalvaa, to biiUd boal enrdltali
Tl.ere are Mm. gincs ind I'mIM-, BhO
i p.m. and a van era. atraady ' lawortad thiougta th.- crown
I lha box.-s to thnr ***** *",h,H" aT**afctassjts>s) Hi
ee Table buttei Is ve,1 '"' h-" " '""" '"' '
v. '
1,"r" and the shipment ^_j
"illdollW
Alw "". I ihi Iffsheare ...,, out to put more matal or
ware euppllea of proaarvad meat ->. ( ant mora trade foi
M-ates and .., of d......' Britain He ... irpi ad to n
nr earnad beef. ttuinj
i'i mutton, lamb, down and not ti
fotlrmin Ha termed It af
I aildci thai siM'h
. Hung had novel boon dona
The nalwera. looking more lltn
enaei ihip than a cargo ship. Ha said that If lhay bouffhl
H rland and Wi irr .....rtunarj front an) country
i ,, iii,, i... the 'hare should be u guarantee. An>
ii | Albion l i Ltd. man who could rievei glvo
m ii,. gu i inb - i Mild novel 11


lutlM
ntu
MAI. MITE
The Vitamin 8 Yeast Food
SoUstvsmi soe.wij t.e \.ni T. r I M.inndc
Erai i!nr M, h, tppetaaStfl ii it i -
j .luniuis .hc contained i i M
rlcmcnr* to aeepmi the bodji Bi
lUnen Minnn
watcb bow child. a Misee,
let and anrv need
hiilc and >'hii'- loft ii 111 |ar kren. for ages.
nd Me- >' I i
fill
D.i C..-t A <<
i e. i i
before
year 1953 compared with
&71.000.OOU.000 this year.
Price Controls
Truman also handed Congress
a 13-DOlnt LaCbUaUva Programme
calling for tighter price and credit
Controls, more foreign aid. im-
I roved social necunty and unem- P" *
, bonofltt, continued rent r7^TI
conlrols. better farm price sup- P"
tad the revision of the
Taft-H.oll"> Lain
rf. It i; even more true
of 1092 than of 1051 that we cannot
.1- u il i mi inter
I I or Govern-
ment Pragramnu
- kga is the rhasfch f>n 1 <~- (*
i me sages '""''' '" **" ""'""' "
rats at the ** inv of lha Oirtri
beginning of each s<*
lad b: the State o*
ihe Uni d wll' be
by the
I
I

Ron. E. c. Ilutson Quortad
whelhe, coiiMdrrition bad I
High School given to the question of ma In ten- The ehaVtarod A. >., u- .m-.in|>
Limatab -"< and as to who) typo ) on '< cooi Rani r"i .....i In from Now ,
gine would be used. He however Y-ik bringTHUI moo bags <,f soft assured Ihe Council that he would wheal flour, T be
nol oppose the lb I ol B klnsl t1
ml cargo, i h* 0
Hun ('.. H Kv.l'ii enuuired Ran] sK RcsBOrt
about the coal of t*w --nun.' and Thom Ltd Both ahlni ba
said that the idea was somewhaf stun l discharge gnortl]
difTerei.t from those with arhlcfi U " arrival
the nshannan stalled, lie added
thai this would make it impos- *
blo for a mi.ii of the standingr. of Also arrlvln| I i
ore the mot i
D
served nine ""> Adams of Water Hall U-nd. purcha.se the engine. "At Iai- Bl U h Guiana,
being' appointed -" Mnhae^ Lambert Batson of He observe.! that the tost of an r MoUghl fi
This Aim-house has 33 patten
ten males, 21 females and two
boys. It can hold 80 people, bul
the most il has ever had was 54
The matron is Miss V. Mottley
and her staff consists of six nurs*
Including three mldwivei and 1
I rhaun is Renew
l{i'#ini rations
bare boon n gulai I
renewing theii ie *i Irat m
i ut Aaani. and rtthii
.. i eni gnat k lha tempo baa m
. td Ughtlj
The Ailing LabOUl 'iiinmlMlon-
i i Mi .ta.k. told thl Advs-ral
merday that asoopt for renew-
few first-time reglslr.,
k na, there baa i tan > quiel n
In i>.iitineiit
i'. have not yat rao
i I... i
Us UH'
ear** poasibllllie. foi tml|
lion "f West Indian W> I
lh< l/nltad Stales.
i anv Firv Cheeked
I'M
infirm ir
n.-. Worship Mi t A. McLeod
.i .. i. met A" .
> Adolphua Jones of Kendal Hill
Donald Hmkson of Kit/ Villagt .
liion M!"*Moli"Iev has **'. James, Leslie Jemmott of the fisherman to acquire
itnThe iwtlluhoo for tho H.n^hell Land. Si. Michael, t'a.l- *hl,n would car,, ,, en
-" V"* ._ j__ -# ur.w ii-ii i.nrf ---------1. .v.- ..& i an lit u ui neoj I
I when
re of tmki.KV.1, ortgw lnoke
at Co* k. i Hall Bl Uu i <
(>'.- i of Hi..... and HJfJ M po. on hlondjny. The
large nun:'' charcoal Th* i i UM property of Pita ani
Pol are I aganli Hall PUnunon and win
The also burn. 2im hole
agon on . ins; crop riw canes,
Hill
i i jiiIs Village. Christ Church engine would be tn the region i.f etiWfl) gnpafrull and Inn l
-n... Uflii. rinama *iwes rer- and Ernund Archer Of KaHman n,500 or 5,&00 and ..... I
JEwi Mm 'I"'" Rwjd" St" U**"1 um" jMuarv had lx-e mformed that it w
rlno Ihe rhr..nr 6e-on Ihe 21 wh.-n the six of ihe:
v,r we before hi
Hll-M \
I them.
Road, St. Michael until Janua
ippeare.1 ,,.,
barged by the Polic:1 boot:
Cl......-,.' I^me- "' ,he Greeny of foui bag. of wa,
- -->H th- He'-tnwn sugar.
The Police are charging ihai
Ihe sugar bl the ptOMri
Harold Proverbs & Co ltd.
valued g| 114 9 and Ihe offence
was committed on November I.
Counsel in the case are Mr K.
K Walcotl for Hint
.1 E. T. Braiuker for Archer, M
B\ Barrow for Adolphus Jones.
"arllon Aiinm- and Uimbcrt Bat-
and Mr L. Williams for LOSlM
have
than a few boats,
tore lik-
make a
larger coverage
EASTER HAMS
TO BE IMPORTED
A limited on i- Inm and
,, i,. ti. n fi ii. boU|
| i, -oi.nl
I thai
dand in lime for Ihe Easter trade [fUhoectOf Itouine altached W|
Thl week, the Controller of B*is> he r ID. is pros.^uting for ih
lies notified loeil imrmrter^ thai Pol
tonsirteralion wUI be given to the
. doUai in- issuance of licences coverlna the
he Korean imnort-tlon ef these pimm-Miii'"
war. These items will b- Importad
Truman st.d. The productive from Sterling and Soft Currency
i i ..m> of the XI-8 .s-aves no room Sources, and Importers whr
i. r funt-heartedness or defeatism apolylne for lieenco.
. i -ut
defeatism applying for lieenco- mu-t do
bility to carry what- before Friday. February 1st
burdens the inter-
may impose
Japanese Goods' Quota
;> Ships Arrive
Local merchant* were yesterd >
informed by the Controller ol
Supplies that those who have ap-
plied for allocation of the unused
Three ship, yesterday arrived balance of Japanese quota will be
in Carlisle Bay which on Tuesday informed of their quota on appli-
I hcltered only the H.M.S. Shef- cit|on u, hi Office
neld. the SS. Planter, yachts and commodities ordered on licence,
other small crafts. issue* from the above ouot* mu-t
The three ships which arrived ^ ailnpM from Japan bat
IhO SS Maps, the SS. ,, f Mch lh)( yetl
Waiwora and the SS. Ocean
Hanger, all of which brought '
CLOTHES STOLEN
20/- For VfrtsliiTfi
I'assfTH-bv
Godfrey Brathwaite a labourer
of Cagle Hall. ^t. Michael, was
'.. pay a fine of 2u in 2\
days or undergo one month's im-
,t with hard labOW l>>*
His Worship Mr. C. L
who found him gulrl
rAnka s';<- C
iflassng was commuted on
16.
(>yiiiii!U..iihts Uefy
(si*in'\a mi \ ii-tion
The Planter, loading sugar and
and bound for the U.K.
PANMUNJOM, Jan. 16
General K,da.way's headquarter
-used the Communists Of fast)
g the Geneva Prisoner-of-War
i.ns in locating their
Rupert Clarke of Coodland. St. prisoner ramps near prime mili-
lo the Police tary targets.
in* A special announcement said
. IS that ihe L'mted Nations planes
was stolen. He valued the clothing were in the general vicinity of
Monday night hut
.possible to detcr-
Bveiyn
would not be possible 1
Friday for S; Kills via
'
. i.
rod rna i
fl25 pri
Than
put
Only
ONE
bieyde
in Hip
world
carries this
mark of
perfection
The Humbrt uadrinsrk ]
Is yos" gusrsawe of Uung
auslity, fine ipp*araiwe snd
unnvilirJ lucneu). Tba
Wo.lJ-s leading gailiiy
Li. .. ir anici ilui maik of
iUiiukIiob.
rHUMBER
1 ISa Ariifirral ../ .. Mc,.l.
Supplies
///inw^
rum srw ,""""<< " - ""- Rupert Clarke o
added b> the actlvilv in the har- M|chfe, reported to the
..nd forward with cargo, reports! the lo5 of clolhlna which mine whether they bombed war
and with .chooner. dicharictnK he valued at 8 from hi, place prmoner camp, at the Communl.,1.
their cargo of West Indian pro- sometime between January 14 and .aid that they had done,
duee. January 13. I'.P
EXERCISE BOOKS hard covers. Ea 72c soft 6c. & 13c
MATHEMATICAL SETS Each_________________$1 44
PENCIL BOXES Each____________________60c. 84c.
FOUNTAIN PENS. Hach________________72c. & $1.00
LEAD PENCILS Each__________________4c, 6c. & 9c.
RULERS ea 4c. 6c. 14c
INK. per bot 8c 8e I4c
CRAYONS box 18c. 30c.
COMPASSES ea...24c
I Harrison & I.. lid.
piS tlitu TORS
/
.-.-.---.'.-,--,%.*,---*.*
\orin
r!J/\lllTII AKIMA Till \TM1M MtON
will fi) MthMfcay, J:iiiu;irv 2lsl.
Bonk Vour Appoinlmenl To-aVty!
!
K Ml.II IS ITU.
33. BKO\ll STRI.KT


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Harbour Log
GOVERNMENT NOTICES
-i.
Ir.-n M..i.da I
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ri.-

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iMfcdtl

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hnld myall ranibl* for fc<-i <
,1a. orlra-iara IM dab- -
i anvon*
lOltr-NKO 1.AYNF.
I.IIM \IIII.MI
7 All cammintcMi"" *no..i.ri*s
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th* hrxl'
Mill IIJK.VI
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hnt Afcpl. Ml- 8 A <
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a- '<* Dtimtaim
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>|yiv('r I "' Knt|ii til..ana
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POST OFFICE NOTICE
Chugai
1
t A all MMt MU
MISCKLLANEOUS
kOMCVLTVHAI POWCI Un
in% aHM (a.l S..rr
. i.iirlVinT* H'dna lop CMIon Fattof
Qjlwm mm
lolUnd tnak* tl M a*l
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..ntllv. M nH> I ft. H*. |fl ft aa.v
iln- Auto Trr Company. Trafalfa
llrari. Phon* MM
II I U 1 f ri
'
HOUSES
Aonm "!' "' dw< Huatadl e" trail* n Bolt Dial 4M3 J li 1 u 71.
BFACH VIEW-On Ihc *". Coat! from l*t Fu'l (utnilia*d ineludiiw Hal Ofaliam Dial DTI. tfa.-rl i-at \f It
KOCKLKV NEW KOAI) Nrwlv bui
..^lern ilona bunBlow with Wll-h.
..pbo-ra Mandlns an ptro i.W"
q II land. UM* Itouac fcuilt o>i laia*
att roMiprlamtl thia. badfouma all la
i .. Hknaj bathtoom ale kJHMtt.
i livind room- with wondrrful
ol Owl Count Corraaatjndind
: .i*n- undamaalh liiclua
aprvaaM rooia. balh and loii.t. i
md arad aullabl. for law nobby
F,* furthar Intennaiion P*on
Sundayai 1M Wawfc-dayi a am -
hn 17th Jatiuor). 1952.
Poal omcc 01 tettowa
Di'iliiafion
Bermuda ......
CtOlda (Dirrrt) ..
Cuiml-i (via Timidad) .
: a -thould b smendert
rjcnprai Poi omc*.
Mr. JffdUMiy. IS2
tit 1 52 2n
i Ait M.nl Schedule
An M-i]^ Will Ik- rlnwd at the
Tli
2.30 p.
2-SO p
2.30 p
-' JO
11.45 b
r Dm
m. Tuesday
Thursday
m. Tuesday
in Thursday
MH Friday y.
it A CI-ARKE.
Cok ilal Potmaer
: B
[-A bungaiow Ml
9TKV/AHTVILLM"- ..-----------
m -I Hocklai. CntlH Chuieh. .tanair. .._,
II ! -,- . o land M>n m
PafeM Kn-.-l ' |
diawlna- ai.d ilin"' I
ICttaii ale -kK-li
SHIPPING NOTICES
POLICE TRAFFIC RULES
1'..i built*-Jamaica Cricket Mauhes at Ki-nsinieton Oval on Ihe
ITW, 18th. Itlh. Hat, 22m. 24th. !5th, 2lh. 28th ..n.l 2th I
l muary. 1952.
RULES made by Ihc Governor-in-ExecuUve Committee under
section M' sf the PtAico Act. 1908. fop Ihc rtstllattltB N
trafrlc between the hours of 10 a.m. and .0 p.m on the days
on which Cricket Mutchr- against Jamaica will 1* played at
Kensington Oval.
1 In these Rules-
vehicle" includes .arriag-s. wagon*, carts, motor vehicles,
bicycles, tricycles, vans, h mdcBrts. trucks, barrows, and all
other machines lor the por .age of goods or persons.
2 All vehicles proceeding in the direction of Kensington Oval
between the hours of 10 a.m. and 5 p.m shall approach by way ol
Lakes Folly and Fontnbelle Road only and shall proceed in slngl
line down rontabclle Road.
3 Between the hours of 10 a.m. and 5 pm. no vehicle shall,
proceed on Fontabclle Road in th. direction of Lakes Folly, except
the motor-buses on route No 25.
4 Between the hours of 10 a.m. and 5 pm no vehicle shall riWr
K'nmgton Gap from Westbury Poad.
5 Between the hour* of 11 a -n. and 6 30 pm. no vehicle shiil
he parked In Fontabellr Road from the Junction of Lsyj<
(unction of Westbury New Road.
6 After 3 pm. all vehicles Icwing Kensington Ovil shall do *o
by way of Fontabelle Road.
7. Between the hours of 5 p m and 6 30 p m. m Milcli ball
enter Fontabelle Hoad from the direction of Lake-t Follv except motor-
buses on route No. 25 and all vehicles approaching Kensington Oval
shall do so from the direction of Westbury Road.
8. Drivers of vehicles shall oi>cy all orders given by any mem-
ber of the Police Force
Mad* bv the Governor-in-Exe utive Committee this 14lh day of
January. 1952
Bv Command,
J. C. KING.
Ckrk. Executive Committee.
\i;\\ suns
II WIH.E THEIR
OWN CARGOES

..-;- ai-
helng designed for Brit;ir
chant navy.
Thev will be equipped wl'Ji
their 04F0 machinery for n-nd-
d in bulka revoiutlon-
l
Use of more of these ships may
result in a relief to the country.
d transport systems
taking more goods on ahort
coastal runs.
Cement and Coal
Thev are being specially de-


-iwd th-it Tior.
.nncker
:i gen-
..ikI money
Tne iMMiaa rontam* drawlns and dim",
nm, 1 Mdraoina, kllrt-.. a*c sslltWf
i and wrarnmar.l wii lirtaliad Bai-
Irourction b- appaHilnwut .lh 11.*
i i vi I >
/I \- \V|. I l.l I
ma\/ urn
. .UKllO
.'.trxlsnnl
Th ptorartr will ba al t
n Publl* CamuMltkan al
Jamaa It**!. aVissSaWsril.
|H .air
f OSV
Friday
M
.nrtanl.
YFA
ARWOOD a BOVCF.
AUCTION
0V1 N--1 a. tM lilts*
n>p ol Ilia alova va thai l>-a>. ioai
.>-. in..i m oreUna
. anil da*a II n> Iraa lime ai
...nHally Fltlad -ill. .par
"'III In haal ladH-alot only SI T H
v Utm lUrriann. Ilardwi
Slara. Broad ilraal
It 1 SI
1 wiT arU M rrlat lllh al I p It
1 ItsdKMarnay a <-.
Illlmaii IUS mod*l rV.iil>_'** Wri
3 Ban*.. Ail-Sieal Body and i
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aln--t irawrll Aupti
DaajjB ISM
, Tbt.'-d
O-wi Fordaoii
M V TtKOA ipa*Ud to load al
uilr'llan Poll, tor Trinidad, narba-
i Rnmudi rnilv lanuan and inn-
M al Barbado. ai-ul March BBh^
ThU vaa-l ha. ampla lam far hlll*4
lird frown, and rai c'Sf
canto o*plad t-. Ih.oufh nilUrt
LadmS with lian.hipmenl at ninldad
i Gala
ward lalandi
t parlKulari apply to
FL'PNfgS, WtTHY A Co I.ld
1HIMDAD
Bit
paCOrTTA Ca L
BARB.UMM.
VIm*i. Oranada and Am**
BalllMl Wadnrsday lain In.l
Thr M/v DAiaiwoon- wit
.-." Carao and (' gar loi
St. LurU. *l Vlnc.nl. a.anad.
and Aruba *allln data lo M
I si m.i.NF.H
ASBOCIATION
^an T.lr- )
(iwsrits-
*k\M
Kcocu
Steamship fa.
djK
.. jat, now oWalnabW B
MM raBkSW nTH irura an>
or |*ra* and al raawnabl. prlcaa *,
... .lioaroatn tr dial *!
FI-*T-0
I,.,. .::'
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H M-.i-l ISIh
pM-K.1. ol Unnnal Major you can con
iiM. St lira a. Flulufr- "Iwlv
ma Jrrr* lor Llhl nmldina* rlr
ibl- irom Slack eaniaal B P
tltiMON SOW B Co. Ltrt Dial Ml?
IT.IM-In
Mexico rsasM Big
StajaT V.\|:iiivit>r
MEXICO CITY
kxKO : '.....
..all 1.0 "> Wn "' l".^'' '
" *J2S
p. -tei.t -. 'ion i* .ome 700.000
t m year.
Uada. "" ** prod^1'''
ill bo pis. I '-o 830.000 lofU I
I.r I960. The plan includes Dlt>
iUng 120.000 ti>i
if sugar 1" Me.ii '. to p event '
ndue incitase in prise and ir
;i<"'.it."ii M IM1. OO.IH*
tan in 1943, 110.000 t"-' In 15
120.000 ton. in 1M and 145.0(Hi
torn in 1S55.
ft* xhvtV.m of developmei'
,. country'i suk.m
largely ..n fanners h...
inc more an I better facilities i
. i ti m Hi'ujKh the grown.
period."1 Mid >n offl-Jai of th.
BBslort -it ' 74.060 ..crei will l
t" the scream
i I tins wll

inu-rmil prices."
I .. .'-.u. ::i,.i Of n gM in Mexi.-i
- :,i || lufflCiCnl to meet
but i" ikei fiiporti
.1,1 l.i VeTIUlH-.i
. ,, and pugi
prochi V on tlie list of expoi.
items foi Which lie* R
, aqUJri ;l v. i Ir l.i.f. .iry |Q |n -
UT1 ron-timer
i |i ( t||ii turn iose i
30.000 torn :i yejai fron IM0
it. Only linep 1*7 has produ.
lion lie":. to i ills'
ilomcvi'
had been 8 > npoi t i
. 1 r P
w a\ii:ii
HEL>
UNDER THE SILVER
HAMMER
NEWSPRINT
RV irronunriidatlon* ol UeSssl A.rni*
- win sfH o minAY ir. 1Mb at
; P Mushmi. *" OB. Ud Wara-
i-ua. l*i.rh*d. Boll* Na*apeint
,lr~J -'flat* TRBMS CAW
BRANKrR. TROTMAN at CO.
UNDER THE IVORY HAMMER
NEW
l .'. w .rP1 taili
II n >ailn 1511, Jan
STFAMF.lt Bill Pi
'TIAMIII III!
STF.AMF.R aalla
STF.AMI i
YORK MERVIf-E
ii. Jan MtrnP) R'doa ISIh J
"th.. lido- SHi F*S>. IBM
arrive* B'dot Btin Fab IBM
"NEW flRIEAN* iaTITPOi
. i i*i arrive* Br^o. in-, Jaa iwit
IBth Jan ai.lv lido. Il'l Jan ItSI
...iiva. Ilii| llth F-to |M1
CANADIAN tElVMjS
VABD MAN-For Umar-l
i I'lanlalloi
paraon
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manaf* amah .lor. |a I
in m
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Inf Crop, efllcr
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K.t.t. raatori
f I M li
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Waaaa al St.p
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< * Al.' iA PF.<1A11'S"
i' OA ei. \n im
A HTXAMEK
i .. m i i TMUM LTD. NKW fOBR AND GULF .CRVICB.
APFI.V:DA CKMITA C4 UTflCANADIAN SERVICE
Ball*
li. i..
Mth Nav 11
Itlh Dae fl
Mih l>a*. II
A"l.-.
ruib>*M
th Da*, it
Mth De< SI
tlh J*ny U
7lat Jany.
i-iihii \oiiri.s
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Mwhin* Opeiatar
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in pavwm wiili rrtth
IVwdtif Eal.tr> A 1
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v. li al
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P. V A.tv..cal. OS Lt
III1; I
NOTICE
II MFitrnr orVKK mat lb* partnar-
iinii hilaU lubaialK .
i ll.iold WhlHonl Clarlla.
-ti. Aib-r Krnn.lh Tuck and CUarl.a
/kHfOM CUrBs .ar.ilii* i.n '"
11 bulldar* and contractor undrr trii'
t.r or namr of "Clark*. A Tu**t" al
HrtdKPtown. ha. a* from Ihr '
arnl to far a* r.dirdi thr aald rhi.il. -
itfool el***.* who reltrr* from thr aatd
en^-bia m* lhal thr tSM I.......
illool OaSfSW anfl B*tn A bM IK
JIOIM III TIIO.M I .I.tII lll>
I'l.ANTATHINS 111 II.DIM; IIIVIKK BnOAD STREET
C i i i.i r Sales \.: i i> lor.
Trans-Canada Airline*. UO.A.C. ana B W I A.
\l I n\ STI \MSII1P ( OMPANl
relephone Vn 44f.fi
PUBLIC WORKS DEPARTMENT. DOMINICA
APPLICATIONS are Invited fOF the post ol Assistant Engineer.
jn a 3-year contract. The -alary ..f the post is between 2.880 and
81.340 per annum, according to experience, plus Cost of Living Allow-
ance of 18 2'3% of salary. Quarter* are not provided A single man
Is preferred In view of the difficult housing situation.
During the period of the MOD ran tfc re vill be major I
jetty construction, building, bridge, and water supply works. Ex-
perience is required in the taking oft of quantities, structural design
and detailing, and in the estimating of building works
When submitting applications the following hexd* stimild be
used:
(a) Name in full with date and place of birth
(b) Marital state and details of lalnll) 1*1
(c) Qualifications and highest educational att.unment
(d) Engineering exprricm-i. the- various types of work being
separately enumerated and some measure of the
the works being given in dimensions or cost.
Applications should be, at least in part, in the applicant's hand
writing. _.. '...
The Director of Work*. Public Works Department. Dominic
will willingly ;.riwer any questit <-. applicant niisjht wish to address
to him for a period up to two weeks from the Bppearaoce of this
ad v ert i se 111 e 111
Applications should be submitted lo His nsstiour Ihe AdminiMra-
toF. Dominica, as soon as possible.
Government Office,
Dominica. .. _,
31st December. 1931.
ORIENTAL
SOUVENIRS
SILKB. CURIOS. ARTS
vr.N'nr.Mon. skdas.
JOYERIA* Y ARTISTICAS
CUKIOSIDADF.S TKAIDOS
DB LA INDIA CHINA a
EJ1PTO
THANTS
Pr Win Hry. Bt Dial 3486
NEW AMERICAN
GLASSWARE
Jugs. Tumblers ll*he<
llnwlt. and many othe
tlr.tlne Hems.
I,. V,. HuhhiiNin
&
Braad St.
CO,. ITD.
_ Dial 42i?
V//////rVr*W'V'''''''''V''.
A MODERN BATH ROOM
is a necessity and with an... c
ALL-WHITE FORCE- \
LAIN GEYSER a warm or f
hot balh Is obtainable in
matter uf minutes MORN-
ING, NOON, or NIGHT
a.....See them
Al Vour Gas Shoiwrooni, and
book one lo-dait from our
n\rl shipmenf.
JUST
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LOST
UQUOR LICENSE NOT Id
The apj.llr.ii.ori ol Enid QUtBa
Iliml. ol I"e Mount. St Pr1.
mlaaton 10 **ll Rptnt.. Mai
At at a boarded and aBBM
itlai >t in rr-iilrnra al Tl,.
rVb-r
Dalad thi. Til. day ol Jan..
T> SVI1NFA II Nl RSi: I.J
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t.ianr-1 F.Nin r.ini I1F.NA rTINDI
An.""**
NH TI... SppttOBtlaB a
h.ld
, |v ,-. i.,
.n.lav. thr r.
ISS>. at II n'clock. a i"
SVIINrV II M'K-I
rl
RALPH A. BEARD
l
; l-erty
WORTHY TOWN --------
'
DUNLOP^
TRUCK AND BUS TYRES ^a-*
1
FYFFES LINE
The T.S.S. QOLaTffO will be arriving from South-
ampton on Friday. 18lh January, at 9 a.m. and will
be railUni nl 4 p.m. the same aflomoon for Trinidad.
There is ample first dan accommodation available

Apply :
WILKINSON & IIAYNES (0.. LTD.
Agents.
Phone 1230.
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HANDY
AMERICAN
TOOLS
1-151- !il
.'.^^^^/'.'..'^.'.'.'^.'^''^.''^'''''''^','
IN TIME FOR THE
flWfLI CANE Blll%
IE.VTHAI. K.HlOHH'.M
int Bread & Tader Sis.
"BAM BAM : BAM I |
-_ HIM IS NOT BIH."
j" (Nobody)""
BIM
J| Vol. 4 No. sss|
ON SALE
Lm lYrKYXMI.RE sbb
FOR SALE
OFFERS INVITED lor (suh)rtt lo prior |aM Surplus pun- hrrd and
hihlv rlcclrd Rradi- Brlcih FllHaB Hull. Iron. Iho I'.M'hanui- Dairy
of Tnroni l.lmlloil. ( nrapichaim. Trliiidad. B.W.I.
'! \ :irs ..l.l
1. "CAROM VICTOR"
2. "CAROM COMMODORE"
3. "CAROM CAPTAIN"
4. "CAROM SERGEANT"
5. "CAROM CHIEF-
. "CAROM CORPORAL"
P
Purr hrrd
Purr hrod
Bfhlf C.rad.d 13 inonlhs
do 12
do 11
do 3
All atari hull, am Rnvinr Tubrrculoiii tnle*.
Fan slifiild Never Motor without .
SOCKET SETS OPEN END SPANNERS
BOX nnd OPEN END SPANNERS
SOCKETS from '." to IT
TOROl'E WRENCHES RATCHET HANDLES
EXTENSIONS SPIED m: \t I -.
WM.Il'N WRENCHES
SCREW DRIVERS3". 4", 5". S". IT
And LARGE SUCTION TOOLS
DOWDING ESTATES & TRADING CO.. LTD.
(ECKSTEIN BROS.)
Diltributor.
-----ECKSTEIN
Phone 4269 -o-
BROS.
Bay Street
,.:.:,::.::.:.
NU-SWIFT
The Fastest Extinguisher
in the world
Types available lor all
classes ol hazards
IMPOHTAXV
NO ANNUAL REFI'S
NECESSARY
Relil only when used
COURTESY GARAGE
ROBERT THOM LIMITED
While Park Dial 4391
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THURSDAY. JANUARY 17. 1U
aXKRAIKX VDVIK Ml
PAG1 -I \i
HENRV
BY CARL ANDERSON
FLINT OF THE FLYING SQUAD ....
BY ALAN STRANKS & GEORGE DAVIES
THE LONE RANGER
1___iu
BY FRANK STRIKER
5-i'-&EfitW,THT>JE
LA'.'^H.TONTO.
I fib. civETOjae of t- crooks') I
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i maim.......* < JOHNNY HAZARD
BY FRANK ROBBINS
INSPECTING W V LAW*. .TAWN'A LEAVE,
at LINK TOO V AfTtenvt VtmCHZ (ONClV
LONELY CO* WU I VE -W H/T MlWf rt
w POHftE F I CAVEP evEffV UrUe*C ANP
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I'PhowcvriFvfCNNiNluc ] uoor.MO* im
BICGftT. D*NCPE BRINGING UP FATHEK
BY GEORGE MC. MANUS
HF.Q6 OO^ES THAT TT^w
i SAC* A6*jNf -MATs UPAT
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ADOOIOWSi (VifHEC. ^^J -:,C
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VHF PHANTOM
BY LEE FALK & RAY MOORES
Sensational New Make-up!
t-oii it tin t i*m
iiml /'oiii/rr
in nf

HORNIMAN'S
TEA
tt9
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USE ANVTtMt ANTWHtEE
j io-davs mws run j
;. STANLEY tilHBONS J
.; -nufliiii-d SUmp I *Ul IMS. MM ft
N iiM.it COMIC PAPKRS 1
X HI. II. BAM) WARE j
Above jual rwived by A
S imivMiss i\iU)MK\ ;,
And
ll\KIIU\KI
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IT PAYS YOU TO DEAL HERE
SPECIAL offers to all Cash and Credit Customers for Thursday to Saturday only
si'HIAI. ~OI H:HS arr'wm S|ii il;IiIs<<.. ..ml Snail Sir Uiually NOW Usually Now
Tins COOKING BUTTER (51b.) 4.50 US
Pkgs. OVALTINE BISCUITS .59 ..". I
\ QUAKER OATS i>g.| 60 I Tins KRAFT MACARONI &
Bots. OKEEFES BEER 26 11 CHEESE .41 .:
ROLLS TOILET PAPER 33 l
D. V. SCOTT & Co. Ltd. Broad Street
ii i i o i. o \ x \ ii i t. imm i: ii 11: s
PHOTO FRAMES
in a fine assortment Silver Plate in a range ol sizes
FOUNTAIN PENS
Just in time lor re opening ot Schools
SWAN PENS
SUMMIT PENS
CONWAY STEWART PENS
WATERMANS PENS
PLATIGNUM PENS
ADVOCATE STATIONERY
NEW DAILY COMIC STRIP
OF SP:r ADVENTURES!
E ikinj; off fr<:m Earth, worl .
maun i.lv.iui.r. KI.VSII CORDON
beads for Jupiter. What mj '
*.itl lr revealed on the stniiuje mi-iy
planel ilt.it bai row i. i rarthbound
in. a for . niliri.-? Follow FLASH
GORDON in hk ne dail) ndvenlurea
a'. In- lendi .i daring i upeuilion ialo
out i" natee.
TOLLOVV FLASH 00 EOQN EVERY DAY
beginning FRIDAY JANUARY 25th IN DAILY ADVOCATE


PACI i ir.iir
IIAKIIADOS ADVCX ATI
THURSDAY, .MM \K\ IT I9i2
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Mr. R *Ur-
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hu acted
1

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Fob Easter fleet


Uc Meeting wh* li will
tnajtsn rval
In tha there are
quite ,i number
Ken K..I--
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mm taking chan-
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road wrkM ..n their lakes.
All! tw
starting this meeting without D.


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Vriliiu Bi
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Mr. R O. 1IARLEY
II,
'Crystal Wa-
FRi'.CK I.ETON
Vnd Ioider
ages
Barbados Play Jamaica To-day Marshall And He
Visitors Will Pick A Aft MA Top The Uer
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Wins At Rifle
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Champions Triumph in Soccer Classic
Intermediate liaison arlll im*
Rvsl'i
baan mantlonad
Man with ihl*.
IIIA.XK IMIWI.I.II
rad ad the b-u m aplll
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i the appaUing cot- the i>.ii Into tha eomas of On
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ham on Saturday December co
2Mth. Uuaa goals tin . Dtu-h-
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omethlnj
-.. ho i^ <>ne f my thraa '
, the -ear. Flnney ami
By !AI.AN IIORY
rte g pitch lutfl .i pluU' of coagulated p<
i ina mud so thick and clingli ruttfoui footbaua two
i rown ami two whit**had to he used during tlio nam*'
SHEFFIELD' DEFEAT
REGIMENT 10
THE "iV TEAM ot tha H VI.S fltuBgH ilcfeatcd thou
rivala tho Barbados Re>imont ona>niI In a finitball match
which waa playad a1 tin Oarrl las aftarooon.
Thig I'd i"i mlnutea before tha blow off. by
tha stock) SbeffW Id ntra forward hffitla from within ttu
penalty area.
The itandard or pUy on th" ahall, w^'.is. Phillips. Roach
whole wa i. u i Stily: Row.
i
ii N.s sheaUMi i- v, Dag
Goltoi
lurwiinU ( i
I
i PM -
tl
ni 7
Ghsficw one
, Hi '',
FaMib i m |
1 "' in down with Um
.
through this g.ime u |,,


I


Lifeboat* Of Lost
Freighter Sighteii
SEATTLE Washington. Jan 16
The United Stales Coaai
said thai a capsized lifeboat was
stunted 125 nautical mile* south-
r.isl i>f where* the freit-nlci Frnn-
aylvaa-gs aras biUsvad ta ban
gOna down in the alormv North
.itKiui a week as
II was reported sarUer that
- i-wU had been nighled
1 v i1 um. fivmik Boat
was radioed that there was no
: Ian ,.i
fifflcers sold thai U had basfl
iletermined that the |wo pfeanil
i i th(> sume bout.
Tha Coast 0
nounoad thai placaa >[ dunnage
ear the i
raaa.
-vlvanla's four hftlioals had
heen found, prompted the I
mat 'ii i to lln
lll> '.., 1 IV"
i) iiviti craw of ihr
f.r.
KIN';-, ,\ .;,:,. 16.
Ai Ami-ir.

oiiieni to mlna nunganaaa ov i eight sciu:ire mill
nd on the nortl
land '"
WEATHER REPORT
yi sti:rdav.
Rainfall from CodrinRton: all
Total rniif.ill for month to
date: C:i in
Hiaheit Temperature: 83.5 "F.
i parstara: ss.o "F.
Wind V'lority 7 mil*- p-'t
hour
Raromi>t-i (I
I Ml'
TO-DAY
Sunilte. fl 1*2 s.m
Sunset: B M p
Moon: Full. J.umary 12.
Lighting: 6.00 p.m.
ii r |i in
I*w Tido Ii W am. 1.11 p.m.
S i i, ball ol
Tommy H ,m lhc"ball w:,s Komg goal-
wards Af!*r thi^ (,,i,i <\, .
'
'. hf mud, but
I .
I
I II I'
The Spurs' ouUulc ,
cnarae.i .
I one td<
u i
I
I'hcii the tnll
.
e a


.
Jerteho btfoe.

i Centn -ha t Clat

rinding Iht '
,m dismoadi
1 -und.
! i
.
Mi Year Ale\

i
m,,


I pitch Ii boj-

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the brtllhv t f

Thr aacocid 8
I
'
and nn.iUv ksedh
WHAT'S ON TODAY
1'olica Conru io A.n
Cmki-t 1st Jamaican
BarbadOH Test at Ken
ington Oval 11 :M m
MeeUng of the Sait.uy
Conim,-..ioiierv 8t
aOefc ia| lqq pm
Mretlna of the St
Thorn** Veitry 130 rat
olf aVdo- vs. Trinidad
Rockley Ooif Conine
I i I
M^oUng of the Cliri.xt
Church Venry 2.00 p.m
ll^lf Tinu-
When Rafaraa v
Cil. Afir-
half tiniv Hie :
seemed to hgvg I
trol and Okia >
laildg l*'ft two i*' (h.tnee* I
draw first blrx-l '
he like Glasgow kicked
both 000
Although there
the b II
^nd on many cccastotu whan UV
...
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.-heftleU i ware BOW
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tffort

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It's School time
Again !
GIVE THE
THE
Order from
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BEST
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(They'll Do It Every Time ,...._
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to Moeooy -IM so
T;RED I COULD SLEEP
OJ* PC-It FENCE-
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Dr. ScholVs
will aaM those lired feet
FOOT EASERS:The;e will correct and
relieve weak ankles,
flat feet, cramped toes.
ARCH SUPPORTS: relieve fallen arches
and tired feet.
BUNION SPRINGS: make your shoes
easier to wear.
ZINO PADS: special! j made for corns,
callouse;. bunions and
other .oot ailments
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lockmifd pMSa Th' |i,u
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