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TWO HAKK.UMIS AUVOCATK WEDNESDAY, MNUAM a. i QaJub CaUinq i • >etun-| i knw of the .uiUi.. Lcket oCgciaLs w,.i ng il.t guests present. First Meeting M b it M. > % %  ... I Mr. £rukt In Utirbados MTUCI ua. rciich Consul, Trinidad i i*t.uebc and tbetr eon Legm-bc u French %  inldag. in Haiua00 .1 short visit. .'rupoacd Weather Station W OUIANDO L. A. .v.. IUOO ui UM who has just %  COIWENT..tCMniwt or i • %  %  *. i.imut*i t thai . % %  > %  beva U llimk lie loan to hrla UMM hi-rfi •nca Implied Compliment L OM I) orrf: Ihh L\ llrilaiu's I in 'ISM) Trll tart. M Marriajjr This if is— %  .11) HDffKI KW0C) MH il the id lime ..ii Br^T int that because b hc vlclun ot wft-ciw-d marone it British one can be counted riaiis* •"• %  > on to posses* certain character!!. "" %  member? of the Royal, tic-.. r-haractenMio, Indeed, so Commission on Mama|c and md so good that if !• %  in fact we all of us pn—Mmil These letters n them we should have no unsolved V ati '" roformitis iirnblains un uui Christopher Salmon I B1M.' proKmim Amei Returning Today The Open Sesame S 'HOHTHAND and seem* to be the Onen Smtnt : %  girl hai mastered that she can go anywhere and never be without %  lob. But Ihese day* i th eg you've got to do two jobs to get anywhere so in my spare time 1 crooned with s band.' 1 Ryder. %  South African gnl *ho u walking her way round the world speaking in a BBC progr Son and Heir Ilia— the ta*k which the .'ominissUaa. eat up ba see, hopes to comsk-W by %  %  ,.,. : body been given such an •,antal tragedies of the -InjtwUee' Plan conoemned to Uselorit in • liter". I men sent U %  trite* far nol paying Mi.nH.rri lire meetey U wives the* n. longer lave have written pleading for lhi 'injustice 1 te end. M R. E. W. HAU-, Secretary Accountant. International \i' Mm Aar—Uo Ltd. and Mr, Prank J. %  "*• COTT ,|* B •laidine. Area -Signals Officer of ' %  on and heir, born yesterday Uuiu '"'' ** n ^npanv are due to re' oramh here. Qrawtand, Barbadian In Jamaica •J THI C-nbb.au Kite Meeting ^ !" lbuTS mlui recently ended with Ihe Ja^?ei nu c '' Bo ollon '""' winning ..I of the prize uabies, Wife Will Follow net) by Mr. Grlnstoad unoog Qma bang lb. Dawai AMU. NEVILLE WARREN kit I oronalioti Chal1VI vealerday bj B.W.I.A. fur < nge Cup, awarded to the Armv Trinidad on hiway To VeneUK%  th Werl Uwlrm wMefa i< |( am with the hlghot score m la former Hazel !. half way betwwn practice 5 of th* tth EUcnaidj -ill M fallowing latci %  ''. '"'"' Napu-r Salford Cbullciis. Cup. :.. .-M up ii awarded to the Array leain with iUoo. Ti-y con(he highest •ggregiitc in practice* %  aaaae.. b da of com|, 2. j. and 4. MBUMsaan to gg) tbg PBDOrU One of the member* of th> %  •I team ana Capt r. K N M..,t reducing diet theae day: %  II ..(ford -How-u. Bvaagng Post." C hcerful UNM Thu the evidence already before the commission Is described b) Mi K 11 S. Edwards, its sec.; ^llllii". every possible ael of clrcuml %  .jjjw staiicos that can arise whci ... ...... „ „. if and llantield of "wilsbiiry" Hastings fioui and the late Mr. J. L. Banfleld. Talking Point poreuij would only they bore tfaatr —Bernard Sh.i %  list Ladv From England's I * IT HAPPENED TO OHC HAN Wavl Imiiiirl.nil K:mL ,m>M Most Imporlanl Bank At forty-three Miss Joan, Knight is the ^eornd woman eSHguUve f UM Banfe yf Englan-l.l one of the oldest banks m the werkl ami banker to the moat ,>fl the overseas Central banks of the Commonwealth. Her main task 1* to look after the worktime interest* of the bank's 3.000 women employee* i i MtuaUrd in Britain's large cltie.. Joan begai. is i clerk In the filing uepeilinent. but was soon transferred to the raahlerV department. Her neatt step up was when she was transferred to the "parlours." the old name for the rooms and office* of the Governors. Here *hc became one of the two women Bling clerks In the Governors' -uitc During the war assistant to Mi K II. D. Skin (adviser to the Governors om the financing of indu orked with her thief day and lidU. meeting Industrial rap. to see us. The phrase mar be resentallvea and ihe Governors. anillar. So perhaps la the "face. ,,nd •'* '" untangling a hoil of complicated prooscnu eonceniTrils lataat beauty i s I'rsula "ne induaUi*! hnaace Although Thl from Gormany, who ''" I'IOIKDI job is .... arrived in London on her way with policy and administration pi tllin in Hollywood. There in regard to the women emti,. will take her place with ployeea. Joan finds It Interesting taV other glossy Gardners and to watch over the .development H... .wrth-hourl types. of the younger members of the staff. Ursula is of the Ava-Rita. She has been to the United %  May cover-girl school, but States to observe administration prettier than either. systems there and to strengthen "' %  "*M '"'' : '"i'' 1 "spWOi lafaM Bank -,,. v ,.. .., MORE LIKE A WOMAN'S CHOICE ... by EVE PEBRICK Once again a "most beautiful woman In the world* hns come TRUTH ABOUT MURDER g*rtan rcSTWAV u* -,!.. cnAsrvriig TRIGGER TRAIL FRONTIER LAW I.OIIH\ wnnow* 1-AI.VERT a •TBAMOB Mini B PuuHfi i prMK I •-..-.p I. A Z A %  % %  ANfth UJni KEKMEU> ft .!. .1* HAWK' II. —tU MAWSllAi.1 — ;—nJwt WYMAN Mil M .INN, All CAIETVS'SSS i AliROTT -. ICOSTBJ %  •HI or mux inn A • KAMAaAi as .Cloii AnafcUUPI-HV n.— %  -* rs* V.m.(>r SW.rt. B.B.C. Radio Programme (lection between husband and '.urned to bitterness. ir e cheerful letters, loo ]i,issnm wants to know .. as falls. Although MBf of OM rrallae that no legal reform can now help them, they are anxious (the same disasters be%  T>. Save Others \ WOMAN 111' 75. living in Seot. i>tc th.it I ml when she was j.i Two yean, later, the union tip and she could never gel a divorce.^ Her object In writing, she said, was to save from going through the 5U years of suffering she had endured. A GIRL Of 23 compl-uned thai she faars marriage for herself tttlg down because throughout her childhood she 1 flea with bickering parenl who longed for divorce but could not get it. [ the latter wrttara arm l-e Invited to appear b n and answer questions 1 from What %  '"'.H :,t,e Thai?" ^"should" say. :; 6h. I "S d 'thal the ^cie.U buUdmgP Whcn mM> Pa y tnU y Br illed his 'purposedWnl mind '' %  much," with the ||,i,. r f,.„. w .(ii ,,. a 11) nu >uragL frankness, ..ii or oiM who ..HI tndui tain amount of lortu %  i I HI nol going to quarrel whh the man-tailored title. "Win-Id's most beautiful." For this reason: I believe that the male multitude—the photographers, artiats. dress designers and so on—who always pick the beauties, are getting warmer. n"ii"~na Onc upon a lime a "world Sanaa, u io bc.uly" had to appeal to men as—r is a nnly Then w B got the crop of "._„.—„ „_ i „ „—^ clanic profiles In the Lily T*a y m £^g?t^T?„,* ^ '^^ tradition; the "shapes" usnt orrhMO.. i pm c.".r-'-> %  like Camilla CUfford; the cold"• w ^s is p m Bandy MacPhnjust, bluc-and-gold studJ^J'^^-TTss* p m^'Lul,"%  es vt the Coopers (Gladys and seuvMiire r 'u w i AY ss. m. %  v chi>ic. ii a C.I.. ^i 11 IIOI.II Thi m. Ni 11 It H 4S.U M >GLOBE I, ^ lor Ihr Best in Movies '<. miiiv um TOMORKOW IS 3ll l-M SUSAN HAYWARU DAN DAILEY GEORGE SANDERS "I CAN GET IT FOR YOU WHOLESALEBY THE WAY By Beachcomber 4 OI bo fell off a i balna lot chestar. more as a joke than .in.knrai In trhat w.is yesterday tiling else, tapped his dt u %  aUSD-V hoDDW. We an now the tuning-up. ajj I the ,M. taking pOU 0V to the rtiammotb anyout at home?" To bj ,,,nprotcss) meeting of the Grocers' prise, a head was thrust through llg n rubber costume, like the Union at the Cannon •.street Hotrt, the top of the drum, and out stepi %  Sn Edward Trough's ped rather a lolly v\f\ V. %  •ii Where will the sand garth are you?" asked the drum; i lilnoiy wuidow on Ul *' sugar eOMM Irmn'" mer. Melani'." vimchsafed the i try you an A'ngh Swimmf ""cy visitor, perching One a MUSICAL composer has ,.f*.' L % % %  .. red back too hard. J\ p^ ^^u^ um Engush *<>t'""r< '" '*• "" "•' ... I unce.i nut of the window nit(l ,n.. % %  ..u!..^.i,g th. n -Angl.Ht 0BJM rh.nagaj) ofd. Pbt. I Hut I .. in h..ij Ion gagioa poise," and behaving like ""** sold he had rv .; i not atop ihrsn ,tti. utfui Latin races—all iouse for a bet. auiranai da) hgatcrhl and wild emotionalism. (Ncv. Ugntl rret I uttitudo foi Down m de Foreot something i the village, and still Angio-Saxoy (wh. ( :< stirrwl. ool went on be) al a concert is. generally l *Tmt It ir/ir/i vim go tloivn" I gardener speaking, cane of faint disapproval. *-vxKulil) tii db at dreaming puntrtured UM turl with a bodkin, but not of active disgust. If aukII ,, muinkJh It. hmuhfc • ad ,.fter a pl.-ce. 'How did you ^^ k .1 from what a retired Ilia ^sey.'' I Iinth A VE'i :-tep in Lady Diana). but I doubt whetlit, other M.illy understood what the run wciv raving about %  Beai ii> %  KS< ajsahn i-i.i. %  I wm six: TUP Waw a; M-Jil CaUing S.U M. II* Jin He) Kecent choices understood by women: Vivien Leigh and Hedy Jj*'' 1 but few others. —L.KS. n Ovrr to VMI. Ill pn ur.—. ID p %  > gut—eat of S p i" c-cn|u-*r l Uis p in TilI TtM Naui. to 10 p m KTncn Id* rsilorUli. IV IS p .. Mid W*>k T*|k. 10 30 pm Muchuvs -inl W-!Uut* :_ I his duty to do so; and fiom the aouth. Then ^-.-.uccl, lln..lf" *" "* ^.^-. 1.1.*, m ...I....T.. ^ %  ^^ %  ^^^ % % % %  i nut groaning like : and unstable Spaniard. '"iicrl W 'l t Aitli aJ %  tho traveller who approaches BaaH -' %  >-• %  _• m Koon gasman who limbed the course of "•.vith some hesilU-huviimr ul tS&JZ£2l-W % %  *" %  >" %  - !" f* ,,„, „| "AiukHSuon" or nd. don't and hurtlmd br a.-. ..nlalncrs. lUlernanl. Thcr. -cranpany tho orclioMra Mtii a i th.olivlom v,l,itl.,i, %  inii an like • ••'"' "'"'"-diddlo-diddlr. du„.-thli. -Mjn ud SSj .(ldl,-diddl^l-la-u-l.don't work.." .aid a planner • H„. .;,.! r7v!ia h** J>~ —"i "vr '!5' 1 f '-'-"-.ntmenu o. th. midI... II OM railway. bl " a w ,""" ""';' %  % %  <"** dlo-acd. S5k£XiS? SSSB? SuSSf ••* viSS JK-ta S^S CROSSWORD %  4 SKmiJ'f'ii.'V.t •TH"'' / "" "".*' hands clasped nut too convul% "p in riis s(. u ,-r li/iiun.h. Nev.-i draw In your iFiir. (ike a surueoa of an breath .sharply or cry "Oooh!" at lu'iihe looks loiiii %  piercing high imti' thcmphf/ullv at a /ace he is SmartUUek'* fun %  •// />/• pOM-MENTLNG .MLcmC) gnd disillUanceieT^Jooi-n S? w lB lcvu J? I *%J£!7gg $ uow. .nd jigs,, 2u d: ^-iV^^ %  .' .. I think it is because uwitei. ..re about nuthiiifi becoming more priggi>h and PLBld 0n lKamusr I read that n man hail satictinnniion I ( \\\, lend %  „ r .J-x, his for rs.miuic bm llnwl for "Kissing a exagger..te pelt} CXUSC IB aehooU, %  Noun|4| 1 nalutalK. -'io w-.ole world of big & V^** 'S'^tTaV i lleibyshire Nail uusineas is based on cheating. ..ddttiposits-te. %  rtun Drama 'y'n*t. and thieving, and the buys IS. ouusaeous. tltl ,,.. of today ,ire the busmen men of '"; Li.^"^ JJ, Drsseot dsr0| this event was a China>">orrow. They cannot begin too ft Nothing niijuig. I Yead the item again. ** running i that the lad kissed £0 widespread is the erase for vi-bitiie n u> u ,,,,.,. u ,..:/..,,,.i la London, S.W.1, baa strike a dominant note; the cheerin, um.mission. %  tt" Room IVnil v, 'g. narrow, eth century. A broad road driven panelled, and on the ilr.-t rtoor. ., private room %  In Weniiiuutci, and th> commission will l*o sit m Gdtnburgh. %  |.i'-. Problem ted carnpahtMfi will that opponunini nil.it,i when lhare m children, consent if both partial agyag .md aj|a| < < ui( investigation. I1MIMST8 propose that wr .i it.\<-d proport of their husbands' Income by law. ami even suggest that inMgislialev ataavlkl lareaM ployers to pay the mi to the v AMTI FI.MINIMTN. n eornraand that only : %  .,. petltionad aganall a guilty husi .md ihi | divorce %  nee. u %  lurnt HoshlSi ooSd aasE h > %  NL < U II. Caaaasboni Loos but not from i sf ?>. Peat i la. MeJicinal auaaUli. (41 Itewo t, Maasctatt) 1. lAoOad ma tMfors I %  rtueh n girl Cf words made up of initlali 1 thai we hall soon be speaking UM a CtsaMM and wTrttng a new kind of itiort. .an. the hand. If you want to refer to the call them. Australian Teat team, you will It£A£> Hafll pOefOM has nay ATT. The permanent eeo,'ILIII will nomic crisis will be PEC; the deseils into fertilu auU rising cost of living, HCL. the in a matter of hours. begtnnjiig of rammer time. BST, Saharu-booin-de-ay! Within a find so on. Tho seventh marriage ul farmer, slapof u Aim star wdl be SMFS Xitalters with a MINISTER happening* continue ia! amitd -* a b*li7 J to worry orchestras The 1stta. Tho poorest. U>e entrsne-4. The — .-4. pffospltatea J3. (31 hi ldoiiss M that is. (61 t Part Of OUr le.riniinriil. tiii. (at NMC all the set oulr part. J.0I IS. W o transport. (A) 1*. (.let a pPiin* and be kept 111. (fil is. Piaea of rerresttinans. (SI J rttch, will ba ctias out of his con leu til> win u Irteh. seeking %  % % %  i. hasorry orchestras The lator eat Is a fall of piaster "which eovsomo ered an orchestra in Leicester ^ sand with so much grit that It had to K i'm finds stop playing ^ i~-Q>i7n;"* iViiiaiViifa: mg.ii: :<*. And what Instrumentahsts are becoming *" %  %  : '5w-S q, ?l?*ViJ WFuii' Ight when n Tlbbu wry wary. A drummer In ManR"2..'ft *CT*1'saJi r We can supply you with .. al lill.H Bill SHIS SCKCBKIN'C. BKI Silts I M \IIHV BRUSHES B wi) BBOOHB OOK (HUH IMS UISK BKOO.MS D.II.T 77r. 3c. & 51c. 2Sc. c. BUB 73c. 10c. oi. 24c.Tin T. R. EVANS & WHITFIELDS Dial 4220 YOUR SHOE STORES ITo get away from the cares of the home and the cares of the day SEE A MOVIE J JKE THIS "' EXUKKMBNT THAT POtXBS UTTII TME SPEED OF A snilXMi.lMll! OPENING r'BIUAY Rieti %  : i fc— Jl I-.> %  ;. IANE POWELL DANIELLE OtMKlU WE HDEll COREY %  rERHSNOO UMAS .„ -..o~.VIC DUMWIE A. EMPIRE ANOTHER GLORIOUS CHAPTER rROM THfc. MASTER PRODUCER .... •M'M M m I" •! %  • LOVC'S """ %  M an ALFRED HITCHCOCK'S rangers TO-DAV A TOMOKHOW i<5 Jk n. 31) DM.Killl Vann-heart nl SODEARTO MY HEART %  m-x jtii jafTf JIM.; r .: m oriMXIi l i:l 2.30 St 8.30 t< MamsHWUiaaBi NIMK1UI L.'ll •WKMnotncaii PAL. 1'ANINfc DaTIaWriVI SATURDAYS HERO a Y^-VSL}^-'?" I ROYAL TO-DAV ... TUMURROH 4.30 al 8.1& Pur^inuunt D..ubl.. Alan I^DD Gall RUSSELL. IN s. oiiukI Csyiea* ia !** %  I'm. ONtVI M( A Ml Hcpublan..i.l.li> %  .... %  >.• Fair t.Ofl* (•>... T AND HSVi \,KI II with itobcrt ROCKWELL KtintKT HALKtK !•! A7A BTOWN FRIDAY 2.JO. 4.45 &8.30p.m. | % % %  -/-' m DIAL 2JI0 *" d Ca.Mi. Osrfy 4*5 & t.30pm 1 -SllttSCI II* ON 4 I RAIN OLYMPIC IX1-OAV A TOMOKKOU 4 J A8.1a %  ALAN nnii In -IIIIKi -IHI CHUAER$" Kith Kim HIl.tOXSON — LORLTTA TOl'NO DUI IU0t. WALTZSlarnng ; Ray MIL-LAND Audrey TOTTER



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ui DNE8DA1 I \si \ll\ li. Hit IIIKH.IIM.N AOVOCATE PACK TIIKI.K •Remove Top Limit On Sugar Production' LONDON. Jan. 10, Criticisms of the Commonwealth : nanl U9 a the sugar Knot m London, who have now had lime lo study fully the long and complicated text of the Agreement. \ bnlon in rtrrj knnpuirk up lo rlalr . I>. < %  ininiint| •GENIAL E1 SENHOVER Lord Lyie of Wcstbournc. pirs( %  ! %  and LyU\ hu particularly attacked the provision: "f the Agrcwnant which raatrict %  *ugar experts by Empire producers and which are thus a restriction on production. Don't restrict the production %  if the Empire." he dec 1.1 • a moment should be wasted in While sugar Miporti from the i inducing territories are limited under the Ann2.375.000 torn a year, he pointout. somethinit like 3.250.000 tons 0 year are needed to supply Empire importing countries. ConMimptinn In tfio United Kingdom alone, when sugar is taken off the ration. f* estimated at 2.550.000 %  | Milder Criticism Milder eriticiun com rum*" which commaati %  i he tetsMM niiiy appear %  In-rent m .my scheme involving ID quotas and fixing of pr* tatton bo costt—rigldi1 M Which in Mii .-. %  .-< %  i! .iv '-• the ii M than are wide difference-; of costs between the exporting countries though there A ill IH0M unif.i: m |nn I arin van i clatW providing that dcflrlenciei by an>exporters taken up -Juri U.K. be Increased and .! arrangements may if an International Sugar Igned. Than will be inamillallossi on how otili. -• met if Iha United Kingdom Government deckles to cense to be thr sole importer of rugai—though, indeed, the probian might not be eaaflr," '*'• paper fay*. "These %  not difnln1 h the rigidity of the Which Will IKexamined with a carefulU PI Ueal eye both Inside %  From i mm oral i fa the %  ^ %  %  (IS..11 %  %  \ %  ii rrnde and Cuelom ha the text Of the %  i i beta %  %  ii soon as pi Hi 1 .iidon discuaglona • %  minwcii.tri .. %  % %  ; I ..in lu ii.il, nit. i iti factory t ii-Un.l Sugar Board ami ..HI sugar l„ '-i n.ti.r. V2 Dead. 61 Hurt In Week-end Plane Crashes CHICAGO. Jan. 21. At least 42 persons died and 61 were injured in three week-en.! 'irjOaiw crashes Into a mountainside, a prisoners' barracks, and the moonlit North Pacific Three others wara feared dead, but 12 survived West Coast near Port Angeles. Washington, ami at Saci.um nt... California. Seven survivor., told gum .-lorlag uf tin' thali barracks from their noon meal Survivors of the sea craft were taken to MrChord Airforcc Base. Washington, where they gaspcu Md their story of "death by slow motion" in Ihc ley North Pacific Thev were rescued by an oull>oard motor boat manned by volunteers who been their cries for help. The plane, chaffered from Trans-World Ail lines by the Army was flown l>> a Northwest Airlines crew. Servicemen were returning on an cmeri i % %  %  I< :iv< An Air Fore Medical team searched for the three missing of '' %  ewe i'laiic toughed into the Olympic on return ttieht from ol the i'*' %  redh. M Handbag With Articles Stolen A HANDBAG rantaiiung III In • other artlci. lies wii stolen H %  Co Ltd I between and IOM BJI ftffl 11 i~ lh.v>n,v*-H Plisaonnaau of the Marine Hotel, i ported that two pieee_of wood valued Cl 17s. were stolen from his wot the same addrv day and Sunday. sheep and t*o laml I alen from the encUwed yard of Mabel Bishop at Martln%  1 00 and 1.4ft OJ kai prcejetty, Mr G. C Bratl Plagd iUon, St Andrew, reported that a tarpaulin valued M0 %  (ran .i netei iiBaVPtta Plan) itloo jrafd bel eeen 7 00 and t>o BJtl on ne.-etiib.-r 22 The i i*te*i on Monda> It la the pi Messrs S. P. Musson. Son %  Co. 1 %  I WORRIED DEATH SENTENCE Dan Barry Draws Flash Gordon VgruiitoitltW ill Fighl In Gt'riiitui) itKiu.iN. Jai champ % % % % % %  %  %  % %  ny against A eight Itichard %  .%  %  ., .' %  .. I I'.Clf I'"!.' Agramontiwill inc.tierman boxer who outpointed G ermany*! Max Schmeling In 194B in the last fight '.he former German world cham•it rounder i "irg. West I ; i i na idea, LCuroi %  ..f Apranini U York rnaiiM.ier < the Cuban hcavywcighi Inoe arriving in Europe lab last fall. In an eirlier tight aj heavyweight Wllcon Kohlbrecher I 'e scored an easy knockr.r.i L.K. IVoops Comb Egyptkn GttveB IMMllitltliii Arms UK ll-Qi -. WOTl CAJtAL /.ONE. J.m. 22. A BrltM oHht.il> n : ,,, aid that paratroopers ni.i.'s gun battle British troops and Egyprorifts died Inst night. At dawn, two tattalion* of tba tetli Independenl rnrachutc Bnby IH gather Kenneth .... l( .. naeter) where more thau 6,000 munds of anli-aircraft sbelU .MI. (. Bntlsn tlwl theatres close to the cemetery would be searched by paratroopers fOf hldaCCI aimi Ismailta 10 co-operate In the search by sanding a Moslem replawinlatUi lo be present while mbOd Uaa cemetery—< I .r.i UNDERSTANDING POSSIBLE WASMIXOTON Jan 21 Dutch Premier Willem Drooa -..i.i aftei a U mlaute eonlea.nee with us. Be ue l State Dean Arhesiw that an undentendlni on a European • -ipi^ariible -f.PIVanuiiu Shortage Hits Guultinula BOSTON. Jan. 10 The United Fruit Company is discontinuing it* refrigerated ship service between New York and Guatemala because of the shoitage of bananas in Guatemala arising from last year's hurricane. rbere are now no bananas to export.' said a spokesman for the Beggaav, Frclgnt fervices bet* Ml New York will luliprodncta ^ Guatemala has to offer—principally r. ffre Banana boats from New taritng a new run tn the Canal Zone and Colombia. -B.I.P. It would be line lo report that good-looking, getuul Dan Barry, who draws the dally adventures of "Flash Gordon" for King Features Syndicate, decided lo Iart!*t because the call was on htm and he felt his only way of nlc eras with a pant brush and easel. You know — a *ort of >piritu, 1 llaa, wa^ not the case. The day Dan decided to earn u living with a drawing board %  • the day he met Ossfl "I the moat lunip n.iiiM'U waallhji men m I .no riie man anu i conn.-book .uii-t Thin nia'i," I). HI riMMini'.l with vivid logic i lot of money drawing cosnka. i will b.a aogalt That might be ... i^slmptilylni it a little. Actually, I>an always IKHI written and oiawn, as a boy, but as h puts it. -when you're one t.f iighi children rai imor neighbourhood, you're < .rily discouraged fium any hopes of attainment on an .(esthetic level." Born July 11. 1933 in Long Brnnch. NJ„ one of eight children of Samuel and Sally Barry. Pan Ha York with his family when he was eight and spent hi h boyhood and adolescent years growing up in Manhattan and Brooklyn. At Textile High School MI New York, he wrote and illustrated for the high M-hool newspaper hu* only for his own amusement: he hadn't any Idea of ui.ikiiiK a career of It. He al< played football, was on the tumbling team and was so good with his fists that he reached the semi-finals of th P Police Athletic League boxina championships. In school he wrote and staged dramatic productions, worked on the school newspaper and studied advertising art. "Once I grad* uated." he says, 'the period < %  nonsense' WBB over. It was unie to get out and work-mem-."idpotatoes style, that is." When Dan got out of high BChOOl in 1M9. be Joined the Civilian Conscrv.iiion Corps for an clgb'month hitch and was stationed at Fort George Wright in Bpofcane. Wash., but ho says that he didn't do much conserving, spending most of his time lighting (OT his unit's boxing team. He also kept his artistic hand in by drawing and writing for the CCC newspaper, but still had no job ideas about'it Back in the Ea^t he ah I I year's Instruction al the American leboolt but he fiddling around wh his young life He spent a summer as a lifeguard at a resort near Albany, where he met a girl named Helena MarkIt was the custom Of the 'deguards to give at least one |UOBt a day a '"ridiculously Imp swimming lest before letting him take out l i not and when Helen passed the outlandish was fascinate,, b] bai M, i dad up by marrying her in August of 1942. II anal after the summ.-i was done and Den was emffcii a Coney Island as a pitchman KM I concession — "Hurry, hurry. ladies V gen'lmen... '—that he net George Mandell, a comic-book artist who wee. I" Dun's words. "the rteheet gin in Baa neighimirhood." "So I said -This Is for B says. "I'd n.v.r ev.ii thought of this medium, which could combine my penchants for dramatics, writing imd art—all in one package." Dan says. "That I could earn a living at it made it all the more exerting" He became friendly aril dell, watched him woi k and then, when Mandell went into service, Dan took over sum. of hi bOOB wurk. labounni; in loilaburaiion with Mandell's brother. Lau-i. ho branched out on his own as a free-lance cartooiiiti fM COinlc books and he was begimng to make a good thing of it when he anu railed into the Army on August. 1943. He han two and a half yearof service, including a %  tratCfa "< combat on Guam, and worked In Japanese signal inlelli*;'"" Hi ulso found lime to do a comic strip for the Twentieth Air Fnrct-'* publication, "Bombraik." and U> liHiary of 1946 was honourably discharged. He prtmptly returned to comic books and became a big name In them, doing aucD al %  Crime Doea N"< Pay." "Big Town." "Gangbusters." etc. In 1947 he did the "Tarian" strip fOI a syndicate and %  little latM m %  nig adueaHonal oomii bookt (or auah rlienla as the Institute of Life Insurant lb) ITnlted Slates Pubtil<< %  tat ion branch 0? ao on. For doing one U.>k, "FlgM \ lurere, he won i Freedom Foundation price at Val%  P %  .'. 1,1. with Hekne and then tw< but In Bee in midtown Manhatt..n whcie inworh lot noons tlnouh'i lie tlnuea his work at night, for, elthough he works w ilh re speed and dispabh. be i | i < taking aiii %  have drawings as nrai parfecl %  A'ide I Httle handball ind gwle M h tune i"i bi %  ..' %  .. ii> atapt %  % %  back at Coney Island, it has It 1..I-. I] :,r | rush Oerdaai win t.. apaear IIIK ill the \di "< ale Dump Fire Put Out das tb< Fire Bi Hill I l Hall, a finwhich DCOkl ool in that area. Pimples Go Cause Killed in 3 Days > I 1. .. 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PAC.F FOl'R HARBUXI'N ADVOCATF WEDNESDAY. JAMARV M. 1M I BARR\l)0SAml3CrfrE rt.m\t4 •>> %  >• <>i> C LM. Rr.*< 11 BitSS*tav> Wednesday .Linn..rv 23. 1952 I OlillllOII tt t'Ultll \* llOII THE Commonwealth Finance M have ended their talks held in London under the Chairmanship of Mr R. A. BUTLER. Chancellor of the Exch.-u.iier The talks were h. Id to discuss tinver\ serious crisis which faces the sterling area as a consequence of overspending. The decisions of the Finance Ministers have to be submitted to Commonwealth governments for individual action. The Ministers however reached agreement on the principle that the sterling area's payments with the rest of the world should be balanced by the end of thin year. The Daily Telegraph of London yesterday commented that the free convertibility of the pound must remain a pious hope at present but until that goal was attained the sterling area cannot be said to stand on its own feet The Financial Times outlined the four main lines of attack to achieve convertibility. They are reductions of imports, inciease of exports, drastic methods to curb inflation and loans from non sterling sources to assist production The New* Chronicle wjas emphatic that convertibility was the only way to avoid recurring crises. Cuts would never do that. The Fxpress clamoured that the pound should be freed now. "The decisions of the conference it said "have been on the right road but do not go one step along it. The Press is in complete agreement with the Finance Ministers that their objective is "not only to make sterling freely convertible with other currencies but to keep it so." The stages by which convertibility to to be reached are left to each Goverftment to decide. These will vary according to individual cases. But the Ministers have agreed on certain proposals which they will put to Governments. The first objective is that the sterling area as a whole shall be in balance by the end of 1952. The second follows from the achievement of the first which will lead to the free convertibility of sterling and the abolition of currency restrictions. The United Kingdom is going to be the hardest hit by the new decisions. Although the volume of the United Kingdom's exports has risen recently by 15 per cent, imports are 13 per cent greater than exports The United Kingdom must theretore further reduce imports to achieve balance of payments. Only more production and further restrictions will achieve the aims of the United Kingdom. There are however signs that the adverse level of prices which has been affecting the United Kingdom's receipts despite increased volume of exports may be turning. Should this trend grow more pronounced the period of the United Kingdom's new austerity may be lessened. If the United Kingdom is successful in expanding the development of resources latent in the Commonwealth the process of restoring the strength of sterling would be proportionately speeded up. It is unlikely that the West Indies will be called upon to tighten their belts, especially so soon after the magnificent concessions that the United Kingdom has made with regard to the 1952 price of sugar and the liberalization of trade between the West Indies and North America. But Governments in the West Indies must and may well realize that the breathing space which the West Indies now enjoy because of an improved economy necessitates putting their own houses in order. The West Indies can and must take measures to curb inflation which is steadily undermining all the advantages derived from higher prices for primary products and from increased pay-packets. The West Indies cannot reduce imports, but they can increase exports (particularly in Barbados the invisible export of tourism) : they can prevent inflation by passing legislation making any further wage increases dependent on weekly insurance contributions : they can encourage investment from sterling and dollar sources to increase opportunities for employment What they cannot afford to do is to sit back and watch other members of the Commonwealth bear the collosal burden that must be carried if balunce of payments is to he achieved by the sterling area by the end of 1952. WVsl Indiun t'vilrration SIR,—Thanks for publication of my letter of yesterday hut there is one error which crept into the figures. I wrote that it would cost £ 183,000 but it appeared as Z 180.000 I should like to add that since writing the above I was pleased to note that British Guiana had rejected the federation idea by a large majority and it was interesting to note Mr. Raatgaver's argument regarding the preponderance of votes given to Jamaica 16 and Trinidad nine. I agree with him that it is reasonable to suppose that if it ever comes to pass the rest of the West Indies vfould be governed bv the votes of these two islands. COMMON SENSE \m<*rira\ \-M Aid Plan To Speed l>< IYIM And Development II.' \ NN*hn .lom-v %  long and bttb tar. An icy blat nrapt thr rubble of Europe's bomb-shatter**! solid grip Batlf-red trams halted in ruined sidings through spare*! by tht war, ground to a standstill IM-CBUSC there* was no fuel to turn the machinera. undernourished and weak, huddled In threadbare blankets rather than go down 'Farmers hoarded food to M*1! t<> blackmarketeeri at astronomical prices in Inflated currencies. Old people died of the cold in subzero cellars, and Europe forgot almost that there ever had been warmth and sunshine, ample food and secure comfort It wm the winter of 1946-47 The spring. Ut. aftd --hilly. %  lowl] thawed out the iron-hard soil Hut then came floods, and then drought And Europe's financial raSOurCM afSM exhausted. Europe's politicians foresaw chaos, hunger ,n another hard winter lottowad They predicted I victory for communism through despair—even though America had already given the worltU12,000 million dollars In food "clothing, fuel. £*"" %  machinery and other emergnnaids including loans and grants runan, who has the key tax* of co-crdlnatlng the foreign aid activities of the U S State DepanaMnt, the Del.-me Depait.d MSA. the Ml DM been bllwed ov*;1,430 million dollars to spend in dal year ending Jmi" 1852. # And Anierica did now" enters a new phase of more widespread but specialised activity. In the face of communism's armed aggression in Kcsraa, Malaya and Indo-Chlna. and Raid efforts to .subjugate fcuropt-, emphasis, will be mreeled pninailly towards the develo|>nnrii of the free worlds military now IfcaM Euruf*'peace-time Industries have reborn the w.ir's ravages. TlM job of MSA which Will end Its work In June. 1*34 i 1%  '..I K I rtomic Assistance to create an adequate world-wide defence system as quickly as possible. To start with, c.ich purtiiicountry will negotiate separately with M^A.'s local mission—-headed by the Ameugreat American soldierr n ambassador to fix the statesman, voicing the policy of "mount of aid vital lor IsMi thg frnted States, on June 5th purposes 947. In a speech at Harvard, ered Europe renewed aid in re.iirn (or Europe's specific selfhelp and mutual help so that Europe should not collapse and endanger America's prosperity and security. So the Marshall Plan was born, and the Economic COH>Beratlon Administration tamed to Administer It. Canada. Latin America and other countries rich in produce, joined in making Iheir contributions Soviet Russia, hurling threats and abuse. proclaimed it an American plan of enslavement, ordered her satellites to stay away. Today the devastation, hunger and misery of Europe Is a faraway memory. Industrial production i. 125 per cent of the 1938 level, agricultural production 110 per cent of the 1938 level, although this is hardly enough as Europe now ha* 20 million more mouths to feed. And EC A after disbursing 13.000 million dollars in every variety of goods, and U old to 18 European states, their overseas territories, and other ifniidlv countries, has come to an end. KC A nuietly died on the m of the New Year. It was replaced bv th Mutual Sctirlty Agency which hns recruited | number of lechnicaj experts although it bai i -i.iri.--l many of EC As start In Europe, the new Agency will Administer the Marshall Plan it%  i-If. till the Plan ends next June Directed by Mr. Averell HnrAt the same time, MSA m Europe will work closely wltn the North Atlantic Treaty Ori in deciding the size of the mutual defence programme and the share-, ut of thf burden Then, as NATO grows stronger, more and more decisions will be taken wilhi'i its framework, fewer between the Agency's missions and individual governments. Furthermore, the Agency wi'.l dispatch, if called on, production exM'its to help participating countries turn out arms more quickly and efficiently and other exmrts to examine requests for specific raw materials and tools. Second Task is to create a iiiing economic background for Ihe fstCeOca programme by increasing the productivity of '11 industries The Agency and its missions will encouiage measures taken by workers to establish free labour unions, and back them in their struggle for better workIfbJ conditions and ., higr.c standard of living. It will encourage free compel it ion and alt measures designed t.. ilunfcuata trade 'barriers and re* ItrtcUons. It will discourage monopoly business II 'Ui In Westeio ssaVOM, it will urge, as an ultimate goal, 'he creation of a single market. !t will |ota in the efforts of the Organinatiiin of European Economic Co-operation tfl inffftSsSI Europe's in.dii-.tu.il and agricultural output by twenty, live per cent in the next five years. T'nrd Task—In the West—Is iiu-iurage leading Europeans in any future plans to establish the economic unity and political (•-deration of Europe. Preliminary, though hesitant, -teps In this direction have already been taken. HE EC. and N.A.T.O have been established Plans for creating a European army and the Si uiman Plan for pooling the coal and steel resources of six may come into effect in the not distant future. An agricultural pool may also be formed. All these schemes have wholenearted American backing. The United States would like to see Europe as a united partner of strength approximating her own. with all barriers broken down. and merged Into one single economic community. However. Mr Ilarrlman worried that there Is still a black .side to t*ie recovery picture. Goods In Europe, according to Aj ,II, m standards, arc not v> moving freely and quick enough, nor are payments. Europe's Industry, says Ameri far too few machines and th.-y are not efficient; rcsut is that Europe u producing toe little—and at ton nigh a price. The dollar gap yawn*. Visits of groups of Europe'* industrialists to study American conditions have led to immediate Improvements In production methods in individual fiictorle*. Hut tlM general level of outpu low. Western Europe, with a population of 270 millions produce' little more lhan a 160.000 millioi dollars yearly against the 250.0(ic million dollars by America's 150 million population. M S.A's activities. though cover the world. Of the 1.43C million dollars allocated it f< the present fiscal year, it ci spend over 21 million in Lalli America. 237 mitlum in Asia am the l'.icillc with a large propor In,n (oi Koi-ea and Formosa. 16C million in the Middle East Africa, together with the 1,012 million in Europe. And MSA. technical cxpe will travel the jungles of Africa the deserts of the Middle E-i*i and the vast wastes of Asia tc .•eek out new sources of mineral and raw materials vital t< i-caimament. Loans and technical help will be given far-i countries for their developmentroads, railways and canals will be constructed, swamps clei and wsiarvcs built to assist then extraction. In that world-wide sweep activities lies the significance ,il Ihe switch from E.C.A. to U.S.A Mutual Security with IU global demands has Jumped to the forefront of the Aiiieiicaii BU pic* TAFT? THAT\ WOULD BE DIFFERENT By R M MacCOll Vi l.i.l.... On Fieri Sir. .-I |t> I'miir Ktlllls !•"-• i-eaiii Joe* Could Tcaeli The Coal Board A Thins* Or Two NEW YOKK. Jan 13 T IE only Italian I evei knew intimately was JOE UK ACCHI. sat) kept thejee-cream shop in my native village. lie became so popular 'hut they made him chairman of what then passed for our local cnambcr of commerce. He was the good warmhearted neighbour. Joe finally went buck to bis village In Apulia, in the heel of Italy. Rarely has our village known such a farewell party and Joe's emotional goodbye was delivered in as fruity a Welsh accent as the valley's could produce. I bet the memory of him had more to do with today's record of my village than any appeals r...in" SIR llt'RERT HOCI.IM. WORTH, the Coal Board chief. or even SHI WILLIAM I.AWTIIKR. Hack home we've more KalianerOririfaj) m the local mine lhan anywhere else. And they've been made welcome. Good /( vou, Abermdu". I wish rr .e places had known more Joe Brarchis . We have much tu be .,-named of In our treatment of Italian and other workers Invited over here to help us in our manpower problems. That is not sentiment but elementary courtesy. They didn't want to muscle in. Most of them came because of their own poverty and hopelessness. Lads At Sea T HE EPIC of CAPTAIN KURT CARLSEN puts a needed spotlight on all Merchant Navy men. Boys -nil go to sen In adequate numbers In our own merchant fleet, but the old romantic "pier jumping" has ended. Today the lads take three months' training at such places ,ts the Service's own schools at Cravesend and Sharpness. There used to be a six months' waiting list, but now recruits can start in half the time. "But." TOM YATES. of the National Union of Seamen, claims proudly, "no British ship has been held up through crew shortaaas." DOUG1.AS TENNANT of the Nnvlgstlng u n d Engineering Officers' Union, tells me that as far as officers are concerned. It has been "touch and go" n many occasions recently. Tennanl ftopes. however, that :lie m A pay .igiecment which operates from the end of this month will end the drift i.f officers from the se*. Captain CurlM-n might hlp a bit, too. F ROM the board of Trade this week goes this message to industrialists exporting to the United "States; Courtesy is efficiency. A senior official of the Board has been touring America. So often he heard of British firms who took three or four weeks or longer to answer a letter—with no explanation or apology. He heard of British Hrmi requested to reply by cable answering at leisure by air or even surface mail. Some British firms coldly replied they were "not interested" in American inquiries. They should be "more '.utful." the official sugges ts Thev dig their toes In at the Board about the Identity of this offtcial I can't help feeling he had his tongue in his cheek. Such an observant and "hrewd official cannot tie Ignorant of what British businessmen say of Governmant departments in the little matter of nnswering letters • Tough Job L ORD SWINTON Hi pro Mb boss ol cation, and that'r tough, because steel rivals c-oal n> our most precious material. Sc plenty of suggestions are coming in on the way steel sliouh bv parcelled out. Look what Switzerland docs with a few tons of brass. Watches and clocks have made her prosperous. The bicycle makers like this argument. They are being cut But. they say, war make X bicycles from a ton of steel which costs us £S0. That's £1 a bike. And from foreign ratal we get £ 10 a bike. Isn t that a good enough conversion valut to give us the steel we need' The Hercules people have ; more romantic argument. Then agents report that in EaM Pakistan prcepectivc bud. grooms arc Insisting on Britisl bikes as dowries from then prospective father-in-law. No bike, no wedding. • Souvenir J O DAVIDSON, the American sculptor who died in Fran. last week, had a riotous night the Vavoy which is remembcreo a generation later. Ho and ( HALIAPIN, the great Russiar singer, were dining in th< grill-room. Suddenly Chaliupli burst into glorious song. The dkMn were enthralled. Th. staff forgot lo be shocked. Ann Davidson? He drew sketches of Chalispl — I? of them~-on the tablecloth as the obvious Musco went through his repertoire. One of the staff kept the tablecloth (or months. It might become historic, he figured Then It was sent to the laundry —In error. WASHINGTON THAT dramatic news from SHAPE may -nean that wo gay goodbye politically lo| tarry Truman. Washington pundits are sure that if Kisen'lower Rets the Republican nomination for ('resident at .he party's convention In Chi%  gO this summer, then Truman will not run gainst him. But if the nomination should pj to Senator Robert Taft. back will come "lyhlnni Harry for another battle. Tuft's supporters are very much undismayed by the Eisenhower news. Says Paul falter one of Taft's chief campaign strate; Ms: "The man who gets the nomination AII! be the one who rings the most door..ells." And Taft—not to mention Harold Stasscn ^ >nd Governor Earl Warren of California. J; A ho also say they want to be presidential ; iindidatcs—is at present in the position of ampaigning against a man who. as long as M stays in uniform, cannot himself lift a !nger to win over state delegations to his ide. but must leave it all to his friends. BOWL AWAY with the bowls! This is the cry of \merican college presidents. To what bowls! re they referring? It's all part of a big new code of conduct for intercollegiate athleics" drawn up by the American Council on I Education. Among the things they want to vash out are the highly publicised end-ofhe-season football games played, on New ear's Day, in stadiums with such fancy Mat us the Cotton Bowl, the Sugar Bowl, md the Orange Bowl. DEMAND IF C. S. Forester's ears are red it is bfeuise Hollywood thinks about him so much ifter Peck in "Hornblower" and Bogartlepburn in "The African Queen," it is to be (ichard Widmark in "Singlehunded," one of lis early novels. But suddenly the long list A British films winch brought raves has een broken by "Tom Brown's Schooldays." 'he New York Herald Tribune calls it: "A •eak mixture of sentiment and schoolboy %  ranks, with a vague conclusion" CHURCHILL—1 A BIG American magazine publishing onccrn takes a whole page at advertising lies in the Washington Post (cost around 335> to tender temperate and friendly adice to the Prime Minister on how best to ure Britain's economic ills. Its conclusion : .'roducc more by using better industrial nethods and "infusing the competitive in•entive into British industry." CHURCHILL—2 PRODUCING a spread of ten photographs', .howing the Prime Minister in ten different iorts of hattings. the New York Times eapdona; "Seldom has one man worn so many." COMPETITION SHUDDERING at the thought, Max Hess •< -Kl.ht of a big store in Allentown. Penn.ylvania, predicts that America's retailers itc all set to plunge into a series of price vars this year "which will make those ol 1951 look like kids' stuff' WATER ROBERT KENNEDY, dead in New York it 67, was not only one of America's leading leurologists but also one of its most amusing :alkers. Once he solemnly told a meeting ol he New York Academy of Music "The ^me^lcan habit of rushing ti^ the water" %  Ii't and drinking countless glasses ol ater a day can cause swelling of the brain resulting in convulsions." THE DOG WORLD ANNUAL at AIIV04 VIK VI VriOVtKK i ;: Are among our large stock ol Home and Hardware requirements The type illustrated is 26 gauge 2 and 3ft lengths Priced at SI.04 & SI 68 in C S. PITCHER & CO. Ph. 4472 ^////•^//AV*V,VAVW///i W/V//AW//AWV.-. by SAXONE panics are accepting risk.* which in the cvrqt they would be unable Ol II READERS SAY; Compuhory Thinl Parly Utf JJJJJ^^^J-^"!Iti-iii urn %  ;i [ so ih a i any negligrnc by tho to honour. But It does not mnii T Th* aWMl The Adroeate— Injured person contributing to the universal compulsory insurance tu SIR, You were itocxt enough to fa?CMfaTd invalidates his claim, solve that problem: It can be %  frPWt IM BBSsM a raw weeks ago how often will It happen that a dealt with under public transport tot MMta eommantl t this subperson or his dependents will legislation. \t tdi.it lime 1 argued that obtain worth-while comp*ii.itiori ... _.. .. the introduction of COnjputaOT) Udder IMM policies who would Let It not be forgotten thai insurance wa likeW to result In not otherwise 1\A\*' obtained it. nw " uowmnwnl cooiruis aim a rise In the COJl sf motor instilThe indications are thnt most of services, this measure will cost ance nremiuiiis owing to tho voltinMlrOI payable will merely money. There will be new civil UCM .f exaggerated or even cover medical attendance with servants, new forms, new prosefraudulent claims for damages, penhap* the addition of s few rutions and so on. And you and Now that the official proposals dollar c to compensate for pain and 1 will pay. for them. Will they be have been let in the form of a distress. But Government already serving any good purpose? The Bill as was recently reported in provide* free medical attention, fact that a measure introduced your paper. H becomes clear that The only change is that under England and Trinidad has i thev .ire much feebler than wan universal Insurance injured peoproved so unsatisfactory as to be The compulsory cover pie will attend private doctor* u-pea led is no reason for introIs restricted to personal Injury rather than public hospitals. lo ducing It here. Before going mid ti> it sum of £1,000 in the oilier word* the chief beneficiaries further, let those responsible try I.,im ,.f any one person. The sort of \h< measure Bo* proposed will to ascertain, from eountrlc of claim which makes premium* be the private doctors and clinics, compulsory third party ii.._. rocket upwards Is the hundred —and of course the lawyers. is In effect, some genuine facts thousand dollars for ln|ur> to a Another Important point Is. about how It has actually worked race-horse's logs or fifty thousand how will ihe measure affect pubout in terms of claims satisfied, for an actress' broken nose In patssMfair tmimport* If the of <&s.ta to the motoring comThe measure, then, is not paromnibus companies are at present munlty and of costs to the taxtieularlv open to criUeUm on the carrying their own risk, it I" payer. Let them not be swayed ground* that it will Inflate preUkeU ""' compulsory Insurance by vague sentimentality about miumi. On e other band the will dl to their costs. In that *•' %  • %  UsaTOfrtUMta victims of acclone doe* ask is how ease than will be a rise In lares, dents. mui'h will it help those it is That is not necessarily bad. It Totftl faithfully. CENTIPEDE designed to help' those it is That is not necessarily bad. It Remembering may be the case that the com* E \ V I. I i i v I o MIII MEN Beautifully Styled and made -Shoei by SWUM .re designed lor comfort and lasting wear. We have an excellent stock of all sizes. Illiirk II..x .1. Ilrs.nss \ ill.... I %  •"a & Co.. Ltd. BMV ROYAL DECREE A Very Fine Sherry RV RUVAI. DKf.Hr.F Queen luhclla II granted lo Duff Gordon & Co. the use of ihe Royal Arm* of Spain, limn. D.\ COSTA ft CO I ID P.O. BOX 103, BRIDGETOWN, BARIADOI rMMW////, 111:1111: HUM TOODS BEAN SOUP CONGRESSMEN, who went back to work today after the holiday, began complaining right away. For they found that, because the wages bill at the Congress restaurant is up by $30,000. prices on the formerly reasonable Congressional menu haw soared. And. as though that were not bad enough, the famed Congressional bean soup is now beinij served in much smaller bowls. TOUGH AMERICA'S Defence Mobilisation boss Charles Wilson and his number two. Manly Fleischmann—that's the same team, you recall which sat in on the Big Talks about economics here in Washington with Churchill and Truman yesterday—are faced with a tough problem of a different sort. Detroit already has bad unemployment And the car-makers point out that if production is cut further, as the Government intends, the numbers of jobless will jump, but Wilson and Fleischmann are adamanl Then verdict : We need the copper, steel, and aluminium for arms, so the cuts must go on. /? DBUCIOUSAND THRtFTY For your Buffet Supper Parly ate #*r#f-fjr* ICE CBEAM POWDER riEINZ'S SOUPB CUSTARD POWDERS 3 os, a is 0 ALL BRAN SHREDDED WHEAT ORAPE NUTft KRAFT CHEE8E ANCHOVIES SARDINES PILCHARDS SALMON ASPARAOUS CARROTS MUSHROOMS ASPIC SALAMI I it HiMt 1 I nrhitr Mill. Pfftr tttihif* AYLMER'H STRAINED FOODS (JODDARD'S Wf Deliver '.'-,VW-**^*,*,***,',*,*.C^V**^.*-*,*,'-',V.



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WFnNMDAY. JAWAST M 1*57 IIAIUIUHIS \DVOC\TI 1,000 Voted For Repairs At Seawell pvr.r FIVE u*t of u inner* Sterling Area Spending More e n—i i Poppy Ruffle ri ft ,.,',_ „ „ ,,,;*;, I ,an il Earning Dr. R. II. king pgejgsjtj %  HOUSE OF ASSEMBLY yesterda for S4.000 for the upkeep of the Ui port .mount provided in the 1951-52 Estimates is inA 24T1 tuftVlenl to meet temporary repairs which are ui %  reqtl red before the end of the financial year. Engineers B -* 9ES M nis'iy uf Transport, Canada, and ol Tram, Canada Ani %  i s. rho visited the Airport In December last rU %  I3 mended that these temporary repairs sh.-uW bt Iteljf. (I (,.; %  Mt a 11 Unn (L) Mid Uwl cord ui-i ihoy had to use mat! been told Hut thr< that was not good enough u, d., nwa* Which the iob. No our howcvei IhoufJ rvi to )-• dux up tl necessary at that time 10 lake %  *" I UM QwomilU up on Ukl appeared to t.. watch that man He WO. bouhier*. The (,i.\ eminent had guarding himself t?. r/h ri ^!i l ? "t^'Vi?" Mr UwU *•"' n,,t %  en | A 90M "K!** *T ." •**" ' h,m ,h t M w an overnight u surprised that He drc rs had become necessary. House thai Mi There had been someone from back Canada and someone from Bartame woVur as i srsfs „"' d ; k. H "now 11 ne had madr sufficient nan] ,,,,.„ u , lh ,, „. h -_ "l 0 "** n w nnn * > n retirement. JMO Ad he hoped that nJvernmeJt In KM srarfc to be done more local i^" !" ^ ** *— A 4745 labour would be employed. J"l*!Z2 y f ***" < c '* ndin rnlnu-f..r% UWn.an.ll.1. " c naa, n toT 'verything. and -S M£ l K"Hl l — flnv,h, "' r nothing I vtrj R"ve one, beuwy h „ d to watcn M „ n> ^^ '_"P: •*" saying if thev d.< %  nonwtalUi > % %  John cricket Bat ing area agroed to bring urg>i J M naanoi net .1 at hi-. I -ulencv Barburees House ii Baluroa) nluht ol Hi Kalt.li Medical %  '..-.-i of St m possibilities i>i inhearl attach li .1 in his iifuPham ments the critical f...lursj H the present situation and the need raw mat" "fj** r'*H" K "" i mm ''"' !, • ... "f It KIEIX Mi a § pa ;. % %  atad .>i Harrk 1 tee which he j w Humes Roadview, deflnlts proposal n forthwith McOill U %  !:'.''• %  • , Ik* ssgiagate ensure that 4fcs vvn.i:...,.„, %  tbiM balna < %  '•' %  %  Qae ru-d In Karl 1 Iwlanrt wltn I %  i^w^s K ntabi th %  nurefa Do] Evelyn Bam %  v .1 ohn Pyres D M OU1 Bui Philip rVovlSSOM MiQ, M.irniPitf. Uari wot Id 1" i'"-i-' hall ol m*2 Proeeaab to 1 be ret-omment t v lha Si %  %  Colonies to th< %  Deli.it >t-n level in have Qhfeitive -. %  .tuiii. %  %  i ntd I r Is -.. %  oMtion .iini dtapise Mi. • Hid and 11. ~.t,v in.tilutioTi hv vi., with 'he staff and A M Blades. Margie %  James Hell. aflteRon, S: Dtsebu Aahby, church Hill, chnsi Church Clgarrltea I The methods by whuh nii'irbc urill coatributi to within the die %  i -ill ears according to their individual ..ud maintained HI. 11 ity the <-j f the sb Kllng the aehw test •ppowtad Parochial Mi thm tb.it the sntcsn oi part ttnn %  %  %  %  ui it >% A 8521 M om such them. B 5109 Nil Con.cious Dishonesty 483 csnci. J. Armstrong. Drax Hall. St George— i %  Mrs. II A. Haynes. Briltons Gottaja TOAM J. Grant. South DtoMet, irf*, -Ton h %  Gi .1 Mr (I matter cause the runu... proachlng the two million doUa figure and they were being warned thai impending breakage* might cost thcn much more. Whet the House wa. to have pave t h money for the construction of the __J i( runway, than were many hopes and apprehensions. %  "• now called t the bad worn whuh h...( been dona by the con%  that it M IW Mr. C. II. Adam. tLi said that !5 1462 ring to exth.contract wag mil drafteii (ore DM wBh afl the necessarv precauaod %  acurtuV ip contracts and waa isoihlng srhkh pointed to could not %  %  dishonest) on the part % %  1 uuontea a* %  "" •< nlreeaoti B I H the .MTk for a period after .-onW'th ragard to Mr Wilson the rc.A %  sMflnear who wa* in B 41H4 Ha tlM UttM t*en ,f one wa cluir a*. ** .constructing the run. I .. small 18x10 house, th*"* r Adams aaid tnat he had B S0B3 tei would have to guarantee "''d v blft the service of the n| to put down a Csnsdian Government and thit B 4<70 25th betsvaan tha hmiri of 12—1, %  11 o t h v 1 countries srhkh are n surplus with the 1.1 1,1 prcvement in the balance -, wn(ch M" g g'* menl, hut ,1 will |ltO help to k* Darey Maosteh Watel nnaartanoai tl %  1 VUIagat, St John. important ste ( > is lu.riM.ie Mi.u uu' Lampshade. htroal economy i* souu.l and E. Brattiwalte. Y.M.C A., that all possible me.i taken to combat mtlatu-n Thi^ H. H Shepherd. Vauxi.s not only essential fOl %  lu-ir.i.Tm i Fladk T 1 notably thoo real of the We ha Ooorge.—Brandy ds>sn the cost of Ibrtng At.-the, tmportant requtrenv r crease export^ and earning posrai In some cases long trim 1 %  %  .; -"re* may be practicable Plnanj < thev rnethodi do not aehl i'ii1 \'h desired rcaulti n win ss> a* a teniorary measure %  ih, ball, Thorpes, imports. St_ Oeorgp' Surprlsa I .as tint: Solution It was agreed that whil' itga emergency measure* lo Joseph — immediate drain upon the gold i. trvei urori %  ,. %  'V liable they could only >' %  paUiatlvta. A lasting solinson 01 %  be found in ORltl to pTtVi rss u n w 1 '^ crlsa tterllng strung .m,i to %  pitii"t %  for frcI %  ui H.iQOt %  Ion % %  %  i • barling area Stopi iH !>.' I ken within lha next fas Mine In tbltg I ..,, Ujg HH : %  .. %  .•!" t.iksi ksth '•' Marine J .-,,. ^ %  Oil deColl Si Ma'iael.—S2 00 Gloria Adams. Drag Hall. St. flanies nop V Hichai 11 Bi petei -$200 Labourer (iris Six Moulds For Larceny <|uir> Vtljtmrmti i)i Kit 1 nd ht srhlef %  %  Thatr m.iii. %  1 na IT tbuti %  Within snM known Uwl "> %  t '1 that II as in Mi. 1 uid nothing 1 111 from dutv, He Would hav Tfhed hififtieth Nr*! %  %  an n 'npi In . 1 %  nd % %  ha would in %  gem .in 1. . %  ,\ 'II 10 food for family Jilnoss i> %  {cod a II*' sourca A htita ddd 10 l* u e*. Criv^s thai r -c esoi r and n^ir.hmfnl CM' -ipcciallr •' ft'r rrty or hot bottercd tout. In (jr.: I 01..2 Ol., 4 -r • ei.. 14 os. MARMITE IMf VITAMIN B -lA'T iXTRACf GIVES COOKING EXTRA GOODNESS AND FLAVOUR HARRISONS BROAD STREET %  %  u keep of the runway at least for a pA(v f years. It-mad not eve,, ,..,. l; ,. lll>uniW e inernbe. fol St given them a years service batcW fmm ( lM n „, |ljvi . „ ,„.,_ they were being asked lo spend Xcr he n (t tf lhr (iovcimirnt money on .1 for certain defectdhsWvsjred anything th.it gra He said that it was a bod Btabwrong it wouM ctetalnb take the 1 '.Imposition malter up So mr, Uwi I indie. nothing that would lead I Serious Matter Mr. :. K. Walrwlt i monay grapefruit at seven cents each I some while the Kbeduhl price is fix ' i'-'tii • ..eh p..,-.. 1'i.ll.ui. 1 svunti and %  alms can best be achieved whi 1 aroi Ids 1 1 %  %  • %  < nlghei h-vi'i tbaa present when slcrlinK %  co n ver U blg into gU t: < urrciuies of Hit woild .itm position need no longer b> ported by restriction 1 on Initli hovu boc-n mndo in Ihc mncp. „ lou „ 1t 0M Oanl cadi She COrnmltUN) the otlnv January 22 ports. When Ihl affairs ha, been remhed the countries of the sterling are:. will have freer aceaaa to th output of N.nt', \ othm important 1 %  %  adwquale resour.es t nternaJ rapltnl for dcvelopni'-nt %  ceordhti Ijr nao hawker <>t h, n (Ijp. Si MSolMol! for some years to come the is also Itmd for selling fruit at %  l "' 1 kiejtei price than thjl schedresl of (he world ilncl ".1 i.ldeied ',. paj p||| with the ftollai ""i nlW 3 by instnlmcnts for sellthat after t;ikui BCCOUnt % %  : ivsllntha' miCt .: ith hard laboui %  .'' • > %  tardaj p lesed on Harold : Road Stie.-t. il who ap|>eareil befo a Hli VfOfoh i> Ml %  : A i'..in.. MngW \ on %  < barge al |ai %  I ..I clothing, ive not* %  "i appral .it loll'ii lolhing wa.i Harold H t Is iiccordfngly necesiaiv that ?**""*"• ,, ," ,,. some years to come Mir %  ilin, ';'' ''' 'il'",! a should be in surplus withlfir '"7 .0/th.world tinciudj.. i *• .,;,;: JSDjgSr" mill June 2;. Allan ROUM told thl aboul 3.30 urn 1 he deft ndai %  Inj lh, f.f. nd ml 1 • t.. bun bin ii he could give p nni to • %  -* 1 %  tin lothing in Lass* thfl same day Harold Rica and ne> uon _^^BBB1 11. ofoi I are en Hup Mi I: A Ml U \ adjounv Inquirj Into aha i In an urrounding tha death 1 Mfors 1 m man n<> v aftei ra fonnad thai a man had bet srlth niui.iei him11. i' tabbed u death 'i Qovswrn m enl Hill. s. '..I aboul t 18 pan on Tttui day, Januarj 7 The lr. A. s. Cato performfd .1 po n '.''< %  %  1 tha in teased at the puhln Mortuan Z2 #br Speeding 1 .-ii to lioni on orh had been OUt OH tha runw,^ One w .. nothing of that sort The be .old at one cenl egh. Si> M^trts. ahealu'ha'iai C "' 1'i.stpect Instance he said, was when Mr run*.,. .... .„„.,--! ,., i,e done She con.rn.ttcd lh. Her ,'.^Tl." 1 %  lupervl t I UM construe„, t,„ months, but tha rain came January 22 extcTiuil account Irti wai then f..! small in ami prolonged It to. 1 I* National Security jjjj rt|)|1 planes Before doing that, Mr. six months In do this in the face of the n< ,.„,, M-975 01 Chase had l>een to Trinidad to With regard to the talk about iifl IVf litunl '{/)/. for national security L watch v. illy taking doing the lob In a hurry. Mr. Wil%  **• %  % %  • rimni #iy .tnndards of living clearly ra,,. place there at Hiarco. He returned son pointed out that at the first A fin.' of 30/and 1 • costs was *l u rM ""' maximum possible % %  hgffl ,,nd had done what most sign of mv woathor it was to be i m p„>..,l on Rvatyil Fergusson of P BnR l" nf earning power By tjya .,f 14 days' Irapi pt-oplc considered at that time to ceil coated in order to prevent the St. Stephen, St Michael vestei,hp developnwnt of their pro(p| fatal and rVlUce Constable be a good until one day, lust as moisture from getting in. day l>. HiWorghbj Mr C L 'hidive power memliers of the LaahMk) rho were together on had happened in this case, the Mr Adams said that he had no walsryo for driving a motor bus 'terling area will not on I y dut) on Neil Road, 01 %  %  ay developed holes here and danbo whatever of covering up S-44 without an appropriate strengthen their IhorO .• %  ' %  Ifuntalinn* Hi %  *,.,* %  ttitffinfi MIMMf HARRISON'S Hardware Store TEL 2364 r UP a that after biking account of will ever they themselves can INQUEST TODAY BSffTAOl ra terdaj al 1 j.>.i MOT. the flod* 01 %  ii permitted him mPmb ** "•*• Of K. 1..1.ill. 'I,ii the senior member for St. John w.is never satisfied at having to that some assurance must have give the contract to an outsider been given with regard lo the runwhen il could be handled locally. way and that reference had been When the contractors assumed t(2wn Aiovvef Needed For made to an officer from Canada the job at the airport. thc> had to who was looking after it to see lorrowmost of their equlpmcn' fViflCtSS Alice Field resources from oversc; t-.i V, .tkins who some time to come the Common lha thai the right kind of material "otn the Highway* and Transpor: was put in. and also that a local Department, and that was why he CJHOUNDSMEN .1 Oo.'crnment officer was employmaintained that the Job should be Alice Playing Field are finding It %  the necesattry precaudone by the engineers of that difficult to cope with the growth tion so that IBM %  > %  would In due department. of the grass They are hoping to course see whai was the position. With regard to the question of g'l a lawn mower very soon. He said that he s imply could not the guarantee, he was not conAt present they are using hand beifevc, however, for one moment vinccd that they could call upon m"wcrs. shears and hoes to cut that anyone would have the the contractors now because thev the grass One groundsman told t pluck to put in pieces ":'' •*' '" '"ten to him It was llkelv that it WII this kind !" n he advuwd them thai the of stone that wai used and as 11 fnsvey could have been handled had hn|lened with regard to the h > the Department of Highway; first runway, there was a nlmilar 'nel -Transport who were golne to o-currence look ,ter th matter now that they were about ta naas additional Hurried Afiair money for repair* in the runwav Mr. A. E. S. Lewla ID said that The resolution was eventusllv he would like to warn honourable passed members on the other side that had been other end. The fence which was planted uround the field Is growing rapid... The southern end of the field __ is till dry. At this end the sea water, lgdun| ovai the guards wall, has killed the grass Old* tins and bottles are icatteted about • wealth will not be able U growing needs entirely from its raaourcea and countries will Ihorafon need to jelv in varying degrees on lnve*tt thePrlncess ment from oul-ide the We are agreed that such investment is lo bo wel< %  that all necesary steps should be taken lo encourage it We feel that the produ essential raw material* within the atefftlng iroa wou! rouraged by regul irltj chases of such oMterbsbi •1 %  'Mde the ..ie., illy |0 th<-1 long term stability or UM indeed of the free wot hole. Productive Power We are auw ngre..i Iha1 on Janu .... 11 latrl I tvas admitted Ie ipltal about :t 18 t 4.41 15'FOR KJNORINC; MAJOR ROAD SIGN IIU WotBhlp Mi C L Albert Alteync H || si Mi' has 1 oat I.. i paid 11. I 14 days' iitipie.Miiiu'iit (•-! '. topping at tiding a bnw l.Alleyne con.initled the """. Oetohti 2* Turning %  •' %  .inured this train. ign and M i) paoplfl killed %  it,uiwaicn fin tin eg Well soon bave.that belter with ipond n proper! 1 field nation should be RODNEY'. 'NELSON' HERE TOMORROW For int -arm liiursday. fi an da and lirst of all, the work given out 111 contract. It was a #"JJ/#*V/*B In ttt\iMutt The It M.S. I-a4* Sell terv hurried affair and the GovV K <>* /" DOlaaM ? .„,„.. bars at crnment had the assistance from ..,__, ..... e from Canada who was *?.'_ C T^ !" ta ft, „ lh,, ful ...ipposed to know about building ^^"VesUrday f T W rILZSJSXL P Tcl' ^^vernmen? a> aw a rc of the ..inway, T.CA. would not have curc lhp ownc „ hlp ol „, ,•„, ^ come here. m head of cattle for his holding in He said that the Government his attempt to establish a healthy ,n had got the services of *omeone peasantry? and e in years, both ipected to be in same day — Nelson exquickly a a pussihl. %  the productive power ol -ountnes and of I Jf matching available ind technical resource-' with the 1 oi'.stiv iikeii to iccaacsM %  of Ckrinnknc ah (he dan the growth at Bta ihc damaged area. Keep a t handy for lamdy uw. FOR rOT8, BRUISES, ftft&HtS, AlRA&IOfi I'f'KiVA MILK iH>\v ratiea ir li mill prodneUon TIIBRB'S IJI T8 OF Mil-K in b beg of I'urina Milk Chow. lion for I tk proUtwtioo. nlnergb n 1 %  JA80N JONES & COLIMITED. GF.HMOLENB toolhet at J touch -htalt in 1 vrJ I'" Boston. Bermuthe Hriti-.ii i.iic the isi %  ashse i will be returning at daybreak from British Guuun via Wnldad, Grenada and St. Vincent. The Lad* NelaM will be leavtbe %  ana mght for BrttGutana via St. Vlncer Grenada, while the I-idy ho was competent to supervise If the answer to the above quenRodney will be spending t.ie work of trie contractors and he Uon is in the affirmative, will 1 viought It was a dangerous thing Government nee fit to embark on sugar, molasses and rum for to say that they could blame the a Scheme, whereby Cuttle will be Canadian port*. Both %  intractors for anvthing that was Imported in bulk (say SOO over a -unsigned to Messrs Gardiner period of the next two yearn \ lMm i Co., Ltd. whf.n 11 1 0 Mr Wilson ihe rom nr of lr, c South American ,?I. f 7 nnL, t, I Republics .say Venezuela. Brisll C A .1 K kiJJ Jl, ^t or tnff Artentlne) whereby thr posed that h'had not been sent „ orblt nt c „ „, ^ m 1Jip Covernmenl Iew rx for to see what was wrong with char|(wl for miIk me „ and Dlflln wny? the runway, aut other people nart manurM wovid ^ brought within Owing to the ever increasing rente down from Canada to inspect hc purchasing power Of the averhigh costs of living, aril it. age peasant and indeed of the ment even at this Mage Institute If Mr. Wilson ever came to Barcommunity as a whole Such and Implement Rent Restriction bados again, not one member of Scheme can be handled by the. legislation In this Iiland as obihe House or any one else could peasants" Ixxsn Bank and the sale lain* in most of the other leading point their tlnger at him win rebased on the hire purchase >*West Indlsn Colonies Ions before oid to anv defects in the runway tern. ihe cessation of hoslilitics as he had It In print and on reIf the answer is in ihe N. .rid War 2For Gentlemen of Discernment lA.nt. SIMIKT HUBTS, K.-,i,r.-.l dc-itnv LeM MUM Shm 8 M.. I. I ... :, ISM KAIII.H WOVIN (O'TdN STKIPBO SHIKTS. Coal Hhv "ill. 2 -. |i;ir.iiiCollars ExcclWnl Value for Ifidav. St/r. Ill lo 17 in.. K.2I VAN IIKCSKN Wllll s| Ml VIII I C'OI.I.AKS Sljlr II and OT I. .1 QENTa DARK T\V II Mill It I.I.IHI s Suiulilr fof ilrlvlni; 4ml i 'II ; 'ii.i H" j. 'i ' P.u*; N COTTON TEA smitrs Short BIMTM In \M.iiiand silvrr On) IIIM II il .\ l.i.r lull S..S9. St.SI. K.T3 SKAISI.AMKdTTi.N VBBTS6 UNW BPANTS I'.nu wllll Kla.tlr U.KI -i.yJIiil, I of h f ..!• I'M* AUllrllr SUIr BhMU H ," * l-'L H.11 OSMTI H.IKH) IilNI II v i -is Sli, U I ... I, a. i— ii ', : i .. ... Bad ,. ... Ill In m. Mr Inn.; sli'i-w s II "ii CAVE SHEPHERD & Co., Ltd. 10 13 Broad Si Ii I'.'/I SiHrlt ##!' Fimi A hi f'srod/f/f/.v aw on htimt w.ni IM Drink MOioa lllVMfil. I Mi I.SIOS i%  i el] ni that wormi. Rl li DRI M II i i l WMSI. DRI MM ,\ftr-i irtf-. Kl it fin l it \ ng for Animals. 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PAGE MX nwcmiHis iinm MI %  V House Pass Draft Reply To Governor WEDNESDAY, JAM AKY IX Ull ^^^^v/A^^',',',-,^v ) ^',-,•,-,'/,•,-,',v,'/,v/.'/,V//.v/.'''•'''''''• : g> Irm VtJtr 1 member for Si. Joseph, who ws to do In regard to the matter. mg advocate of giving .1 Mr. Lewis said thut the House Civil Servant an opportunity to had given up control of The HOUM* will |h urr, against iiim. ments to the Head of the Admlnoan>rtnaonable srhemr fur inwould not allow them to be interlstratlon. and soon after that, a .Teasing onWe accommodation for f cre< Wltn D y ,h* House ,0 ** wM dlacovered and no pro*^ nm *^ D '; a .'i m ? n ,Vl „,., The document w . a hUtoric S^,Prtwa. made beyond the Sm'JLttS hops3S '^Etl^'r again no mention wM made of it found to be true. Theie were, on in the speech b) Mi Kxccllency the other hond. many things which That, Mr. Lewis said, srag an i.i. had happened in Departments, fortunate omission Mich as the Secondary Schools. He agreed that the Police migh' aUons on the condition of the Fort down and will watch with care the poasible In ; Ot llM Impoulioii of a special BUT.-harite on cargoes for Blrbado*. li' House repeats it> >. onsaderallon • ggVMl in the future of subsidisation And that concurrently trltl) thta question, there should le an immediate and extensive drive to%  Leased food production of all kind -.. U.KI. %  *• .*. *herc people paid school fee* and '* carrying out investigations In %  .n^^Twer? engaged to teach. "*£ < %  ** b-J matters I ZXaAlittT^S^Ll ££ %  If ni ***r instance of an "W*h he referred, nut mention of and look* fenrard to i van earl %  <*• hospital to administer antes'^ d "l^,.!,,? ,K %  publication hf the Fiscal Bur • bad been no '"Pf,"' "YSK*?£?",?J5f* *>?* m In that House about the ^""h^-mdt rrtV r -*• Moving the adoption of the administration. He had heard no "-PI* !" %  *Committee's Report. Mr. Adhim. ritinsm in the House afco.* th. \|..| Report Cha.rman of thecommiue.-. M.i.i hospital, and -s a matter of fact Another omission from the .Hal nonblimembers nuJ had '*.< %  there had been a certain amount document had been made known opportunity during OH f -.ympathy with them in as much through a notice in the Press since %  the wordu.g of thl u they could not get -laff easily, the speech waa delivered, and that Home Should Criticise concerned the report of the Fancy .... i. MUvtrod Bi nit "i Th<.*e were things which made Molasses Delegation to Canada. %  |rn feel that the comment by Everybody had been enquiring ^.u *o ii. rvf wail put ln i 0 what hau become of It. and memr> m Of the ndminlJ* 1 ' \*> ou * wrrc ., ,old nli \ IO i ess direct(ration, lie felt that the House through the Session thut "was in ItoHUteotU* 'or criticism, and 1?S, hand f l ^ J2f^. V *£r n niittce. tie however (eli that IN THE HOUSE YESTERDAY mm "tip ...d IIIn %  >ral. i An%  %  1MB. KauntKh"*. ii Ail 1SWSir J C MoMMv %  •< %  %  TUB*, as ..i Go-4-1 I-149 Colin. OsasStiM I.upin*nl in* SMimaw. ISOI— at, p. t < rnw %  .nowfi m sup|>lHn#iiiarT Kiimin iMI—U Ma. •. ohbta t^rin in* s lmportl.it %  to* in milk U> a* bougnt on in* ti puriitav o'Stoni ky s*aaanii • %  na IM lnlrau>IMN of Km! B* ^iwtion .. M. I. E Smllh ..<• Ba v* Notir-I urrtM>r.a i(UUv> to Ih* rrocl>o,i of a •UnOpSp* %  • m* Hi< i and at %  Si joorpr. roaain •" %  mi' VllUff*. I I MM Pln t. kceaih drlivwvd oy !>* %  tbtrMH-ix mm si ti-. iHta KspolutlDii (o pl*r< SSI41S al lha din %  . %  %  %  •htm form llu H tl^ Hw>lMtMn io r.;if>ota th* Ofdri %  %  aaaanti OraV % %  ... i .: I %  INIIBIU* •%  .th* lollovlns %  III to MlMntf Ut* BUI* Bi Bx*Hana* Act — lM BUI lo carry *n U>* ronvanli—i reaallBSI la Lakour CUuan in Piibli* C*nlrart Bill lo aulnoilv thr Onvmu%  i a -g>*eutiv* Cotnmltl** I* niaJi* Mtv*n&*B to pub. ic oAcvn for I lie purpo*< ot conatmriina. alwrins. .r*alnritf • Bill i %  m*r.d tht rs-,. Th Houa* also p>H iws rr*oiitions io aponn* of Id* i n at* ol IMrnirf and Plan of in* a*Unsiun of Ui* Wat* i rartS al Olr B-y M><1 Plnr Ho... n S B*i**da: Mr. A. I. . Lewi*. lL, scoO> the daj it wits stopped In he m !,"!*"f h *,w!f v .!l. f uS?^ M (he n.". .!ou.c. the Civil s7iv.ee wouM "'?f" m ?"* f ^^ffi* t?M it and .fti suutln. that the u. corrupt" Service. If £"Jj'SJiXi?SS to Sle^e on which li. l, l *' MT \. w ^ j y,^,'" th S that report for publication. •tUnUCO of the C.i.veinmenf that Barbados offered. tho Orst "ouae. the Head of the AdminM( ^.^ uk| thn( ^ i tru<11 ;in ia irlU.um bmtmidr of It in rD IpOaoh ^ f.om His Excellency. ,h Z? (1 Kstabllshmont of from the Throne i„ UM I %  %  -*>i, mrtfad|, IW PimL *• %  •>> •<" %  '; %  < % % %  ,,lony. Another Item which rormed I m nte<| manv hmeV oiilv becaUae Leave I '-';.'^ Mi BSO latBCj 101 nil i .iniiiehting on Hin Excellency's prominent part of a h M. wu adVatttM " l,u 'l"**shon of leave pa*ay that tinMi u strvatlon on the conditions was "oH", hut igaln notrt ,. ..[ lu leave the new hU Bes. Mr. Mottley said that anyconsidenttion |o Ung In the Pott ol Bridgesaid in the speech of Doetntbi %  aiK | srt "ne would have liked to know l town, Mr. Lewis said that the 18th BDOUl that matter aa i. %  %  UMl if he got a Job in any part of a year when the Heads of Departments got over 0 per cent, of that. Hi '.hen can there be an> satisfaction if the salaries at the top are increased leaving th.%  tefl servants who are around the age of 25 years and who in mam eaaaa are getting less than $8u per month, at the same salaries?" he asked. He pointed out that %  civil servant if married at tha* age would be thinking of raising a family and could not possiblexist on thoae salaries. He wouli have liked to warn the Governor that in increasing the salaries at the top and leaving out the civi' servant* at the bottom would cause dissatisfaction. Referring to the point raised in the Governor's speech of criticising civil servant*. Mi said that what made him feel proud of being a British subject was that he had the right to criticise He said that he was never ir the habit of unfairly cr* He wanted to remind Hon. members that It was Lord Alexander who said that when fair criticism ceases or is stifled, democracy fail*. Listening to the Governor, he knea,that that part of the speech referred to him but he wonted the Governor to know that whenever the occasion should arise and he had reasons to criticise any official, he would dd it. On the question of Housing, he ltd that he observed that the Governor made reference lo housing to the effect that he would like to see people in more houses. m <>rPace 1 the betiarmcnt ol conditions any defects In Port of Brutgetowa tlon or otherwi-e. as I 1 nmnnht 00*V did not at what UM Issjtath..-. UM taking pi; people %  UM lency had seen 111 to draw to the latunv .nid His F.r^ellency's Obshould ba Ebu ol what -.> i / .mention of |he lagdalature. servalion was again a criticism pening in such a dOcurflflt II toe >llWli llir in „ re builduigf He was however taking Ihi op %  •' " %  Uglllaturay one handed to UM Spc.iker %  ( ti,. portunltj l II Ml Lnra said that the leglsHouse by His Excellency .it the Specialists Neederf speech h..-u i % %  tl %  hit lure h.i m.t refiiMd to piuvmV opening of the legislature. ,,.,„„ k ., h i, %  iWs rolooy with t Dgggj Wftfor It tat true thatjli \t v itiey he saai, u ey aassld have made "" %  Wul '''' his passage would lie tors' quarters at Stockton paid for him to ieturn to see h I h won Ihfng mm li iiilofl Releuiiu; In the made iiy Mi Bxocllcnct iai *'i\ .niciil. Mi !.. that so far a-the Civil was concerned, the Houai made, at Mast during the laal lei HVfa) etforlto II %  [eQlton to iii> emolumofil tun COaaliltoni Of tinCIVII He u a rd o na lly toll that Ihi i slMUld do %  thorough tob In thai I the %  Ing of the legislature the 11 %  •. of the Administration to it k th to review the terms ami | of the Civil BfTVfCI end Of the session, which WM very appropruit. Servants put op demands u l-me when lhe\ (poliUciatM) wci going lo th. tUetoflirtt for That. Mr. Lewis said. procedure which hail been for many yen-' past. tfor did ho think il *•• righl n rbatfoi colony, e ap sc l ally on" Mte BrlUsh Qulana that the salaries of the CWfl %  brmgkl Into line with tlnwe of thnl Colony. If the v went %  H.fc s Rnponsi'nliu .... ,. 4l L • in .... port*] ...it>, bi.. i.v (Mr. Lawuij . nfl UHM U .ii i It .! %  tillHarbour, ami the ineinberi oi iHformsja Ihe legitlatiiie gggj ||jg aonoi .1 Uwoug* Pn> public weie .iw.ne lh.it th Mi l£V/Uci i^npie "vninl t.. ship sum m who nrat inotigtrt . uv I* Pn I With Ihe (i< family. He felt that it was time that they should have leave passagebul he did not think that it should have been confined pot "I would like to see .i •. heme liks) Ihe une in Hritish Culann th.it ...t ;t(rt) pe.iple wnikiii.' :i UM wh.nl .hould .ontrol the llVOt ,,f Ihe ull,., 2|,000 pfoptf %  'iiiy d t.. this, th"u i. MI i that they unlng the MO longsborenMit for Iho %  ii.ri" bfo i of the i gpo na os on KIIHI • II ied l.y striken in the ports liom which the goods wen%  hlppa 'i .I-, ould u-Man t i i •-.lorlea" appe:>nnit every OB) in the rMwUMpora, vTbag) he first heard the apaaeh, t llruel 'inn that it had been I .t the time of 11. %  %  \m M ir .1 1 seemed that il WM rod with (he hope thut tinwas a result* of the elections would •en similar to tbOM m Ori i Britain In %  | | ,,. -hen our local civil servant: ihe ho-pitnl : ni. oftoi iving ror some peiicMl. can "'-" %  pacUlisi Wh.tev.i monsry they bt given MM paaa a ajg to go alttOssg. i .it ordaj U Ju t "'erely leave passages for nportad officials" may create s pital. n M-.uhi I' DO to ii mil dlsMtl la.tion.'" He said that It MaJlUj with w "' '"*' old days when .1.. oiUcloi. had to be bioughl from attract abroad to nil jobs that local ipeclalists. the duty of the Qovp< opt. HHlld not fill. There was in. .i local job that a Harba%  they, fi ..in time dun could not be trained to ill I lime, would pas-: sUch_TC*olutodo> It was n traditional reply, and wlicnjic found tl -if a particulnr polltil II i-ersuaslon such n Wonderful" onii he thought it :l..,t |. .(-le pit.'. % %  .. bould it otna Wh.it '..pile:.! UboUt It Me w„ IMWOTOI rnoroq I t d once igaln ni %  Vigour Restored, Glands Made Young In 24 Hours U Is ua tonfar n*<**aaarr t auffr'rum loa* <.f vt*D>tr "nil matiho -I r*k m-mnrv and bodr. nap %  npuroblt.ru) al.-kty uhln. BM nil poor alr*p. ti*rauB" sn Amu) sn • %  >r|..r hair dlumvarrd a quick. ea- va to nd lh*a* tr.ul'.n Ttila d1<-n*ry la In pl-asanL • % %  ''.-laU* llblil form, la absolui.-:> %  rtilrn, do* •> with f tana oj--1 ilnna and la bringing nw >outb ot . Urur to ihi-unandY li works dlr* r t^ I-irlhoc, .'•*!! X"tllng.ioUnaT .1 f**1 SllV. %  il.f nl vl|our an And thl. a ma Hi . %  nn.l f. %  i rear • %  and full < last electn Members on the thiii thcie wVUM duly trespassed 1ght of His Honour th. Md ihe House generally l)nem|iloyinent Mr. I. IK Molllev tH the Governor in his SMoetl i" UM ThrOtM spoke of incieusuig Barvic, und went on to speak of '. in ment DcpatlnicnK the l Hridgetown and other n II speech of the sort which but to his mind, the most unportdiiccted to a legislature ant was left out—unemployment. Which was predominantly labour. Unemployment. h one found quotations creeping *:i very great matter. Barbados. frotn n speech by a Conservative population was too big to be cai I'time Minister, and it did rted by its sugar crop only, am ippear from the speech lh.it the House should hove never ne in this island wuntedj allowed any occasion lo pass un-; fin 'he Prime Minister to know th;a less it mode some statement Munebodv In Barbados was on about unemployment and cmihts side. gratlon. There weie thousand-; OniitMHim. ol hungry men and women on Ihi On the oJneJTana* there were **£ h *&*"* many important matters which Throughout nod not boon mentioned in His campaign. He -.^ ; p "' h k T '"' &T2L nra mii.f ION, HW *ul I i^evemoer in. iwai, no mention j .>... ,, WBe ihair duty %  DM* we,e told In the ,he %  oort ' •/S > t > lhal lie regretiimise that such Imporlan.e was Hospital question any such paragraph Uacbad %  • the t ur tsar, that no Mr. Mottley said that theuIBl item of Capital Bxpendituie the question of Hospital in the I,, -f the Administration could be undertaken until the Governor's speech. 'N.> ...uly to th. t Survey was produced and should bo lost in providing betDnneh ..f the IQglilaUi %  tudied That was a very serious ter accommodation at th. He felt, rightly or wroni BMUSBT. pltal". he said. "One hospital ly. that Uint paragraph MI adHe found it very strange that 'or over 200.000 people n to tlut branch of it i 'he hope of seeing the Fisc;il cause the average working man legislature, rod it struck him thai Survey in the near future was of the colony to be much p It WM an attempt tO l il a mentioned In tho reined over the future health o( Init suoh I critical time as family". He added "Great stress iJt-cember, 1851. has been made on the Civil %  . „. vice, but I say, llmt think rresMury um No „„. couW m accuracy ^y t h .t Another lemnrkable item we have a hospital up lo u stunI pan the speech — this durd that we would exp. %  was purely a personal opinion „,g from our general revem,. —wns the loss from the treasury He said that they would lv of the Island. Suih was a blamed for having thre. VOrj unusual occurrence in m two beds at the hospital: I., Baibad.s, Mr. Lewis said and having people being turned out of srtMQ u lo-* of the magnitude of the hospital before even In the M l.ooo took place, he felt that opinion of the medical nractltlon. m a document of the sort, the er. they had sufficient!> UTO should be given some ics<-ed: and having lo rente leport as to what had been dispeople who were reallv fovered. and If nothing had been of modual BUantlgtl "Amil. wh.it it was intendi-ii things should I"' brOUghl t,. SironTdlsagreeinent w.th |.. %  i... v.„d thai the Govaranh S ( the speech, l>ecaue il mont to procuro the services of trnoi iii his apevch said that the "un'lulv trespassed UDOO Ihe the specialists. Civil Servants were being paid AgTrCUltU %  rould agi I I i ll'i-l i • %  : ii p. i .i hi f With |I.-I.| ', he said that they ernUoyod In privata enterprise i that the Governor went uu to u noodod could maka cmparUons by saying thai Boll I arie^ DM officials got little over $5,000 n*. n-w gtaml ami rallr.1 V ixrintrrd It haa t>*i>n prOVrrl l "iiiaanda and la now dl-tni •i*nitata hr* undrr a murint.. %  %  i I ',i n-t ma*" yea fr.| full nt vigour ar .1 arsy and from IS lo 10 yar '"! %  1 r wu nwrrly rlurn Iho *mpt> Wafund vi-t -ear "it.nr bark I-TABH coaia litllr. and th* gnat%  '-Tab*-"••"End Rheumatism While You Sleep FOR COMFORT RIDE A HOPPER BICYCLE THE BARBADOS FOUNDRY LTD. Whilepaik Road ;. '/.V.W/.W.'/-'/, FLASH MEWS! FACTORY OWMRS ,\M( CONTRACTORS We in IUIW in a position to supply you with your Requirements of GALVANISED PIPE Kauitini: Iron, '/' In |" Bore ALSO A LABOR ASSORTMENT OF FITTINGS Pay Dl a Visit To-day and Gtt Vours I BARBADOS HARDWARE Co. Ltd. ; s : ; (Tin: iiorsK FOR BARGAINS) S No. 16. Swan Stead ThoM 21119. MM, „ r :|5M J .'V^vV^^^'-'-'''-'''-'-'-'-'-'-'-'-'-'''-'-'-'-'-'-'-'-'-^ S ; : BUILDING MATERIALS in Slock SNOWCBM in —( rpinn. — rink — Blue — Bull — I V.ll.m — Whil,. — Silver Onj — Green 2-lh. anil 11Mb. Drums. | LOW DOWN ami HIGH LEVEL Sl'ITE LARGE DOUBLE DRAIN BOAROS Phone 491K Rirkrll Si. !' IMIONE 4918 RKKETT ST. CEMENT in M-lb. BAGS TERMITE-PHOOF IIARDUOARD IN SHEETS '.' Ihiek H-fl. and 10-fl. lonil GALVANLSE—in She.l. 24 uauue X Ml.. ML, lll-fl. rilROMHM FITTINGS bould .in-... 111 povar. lit; iti-j %  s a %  iba apuii M 1. Bt," .nit! I.i .... .un irfcing in ii in ..u . %  I iv to refei r H Bxcellei Honour the Speaker allowed iti'iti%  %  •..' %  %  tur*. from tlieir vssTj 1 i. %  el tincivil Servants: <•( the colony He thought thai IM pot drafted that paragraph wa< it"' •' .1 it. SM thni I %  was casting some a'peiflon on the m inner m srhli h !( %  H conducted the busHiaas of the 11. a c %  not ah ira %  i thai 'lie Civil Servanls .ind def#nccle*s; ( beeruice it un* ... • n th t H H (tiiii memtiei. 1.. Oiml TRY IT TO-DAY EMVilOTE RICH IN PflOTEIN. BRAIN THE FOOD FOR AN0 NERVE %  asTRfMB, • ..id cimposed of milk powders. -Iiy cooked and processed oya. National and barley Doura, soluble casein and prepared wheat germ has beet designed t.> provide m a palaUb>e form %  pnrtlmilarly nour.-hiiiR fornl beverage, rich tn protein. Hie food '<> neeessiir*for the building up of Ihe nerve and body IgsguM nd the mninlrnance vy^////MVmWMVVVWAVrWWl}! Scothing. I"'P Healini. Anlisepti: ... OOMyi /.0.1.I, KLIM:.-;: MILK pore %  ah fUST IN r.HKINCI THI WOIID u olTor.l NOT lo Fly Business men know that one fare-ln-fa, '..Ik ..ill. .,„ ,.vorwn. pranpl UMnl B W I •RECULAB service, link 14 pon. in ihe Caribbean — euta unproUmlive travelUnu linw lo I mill I—III You cover mom barter lime when ro Lr-rV-M m BRITISH.WEST INDIAN AlhWAYS Lower Brond St. Phone 4585



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JAM VRY 21. 1953 BVRBADOS AOVOCATF House Pass Draft Reply to Governor P\r.i 3EVFN from I'Agr b speech at the Lvgiiiliiiig of a sesh* Housing Board Mon in the ordinar> parliamentary ' k,i %  %  t V %  '> should forchadow Si .*nich the Government in I the ufhte intended pursuing during the ed houses, and u"| r „i lil.Stgot fXS JCSSK ::;rr, „ ?• *•{ " •><* %  • there was. shortly to be a bill to 0l would *""* cx P* ,cd lhttl help tivil servants but he wanted ClUlor lne Governor'* Speech %  '•end down somesh uld beat *oaxv relation in th. thing to ht-lp tti v middle class policy which the QOHnt people whi were not civil set,endwl carrying out or If it were EobtjUMt*. a '" %  "'tended In be. oMn Mr. Mi .,.,. -pressed sentimr paragraph "the >. „^. meaning Government Official, all taUgreUon ,hc r would have to do : :t most important that 'hank him for hi* speech and have i "hould be nothing more to tay about it The Governor had told them lion and promise || ; ..".self in one of the early parauppoit in any reasonobl.scheme aTaphs of Uw> ipeerh that the ..pin it • ,m inai omission had b< i mg Uudeep water harbour, in h,s speech, .he Governor mad. SS&^J^ i lor Jo in the speech. The P t-iea^had 0 ^"f ""^"^"indua: and bo u.o U gi.t hy iho % a i^"--*"?*"** IbO great intporJohn. H-.i. ..,. .. Member for St %  '.iilii be water I made to the deep ?+*S !" > !" !" Z >7 !" "* .n the reply, ho Mil!., Proposal,. he^ QU oled They | believed ,ho .'"pression of oolnior, of*, that a ibour took P !" "lnenl Jamalean newstvirie' priority over every other need in j !"!" ^ 1 ""• Panslon of u,.. .. .u,,,| h| „, If,,. "Jy Industry had dori more for Jamalen than BmLi. rnant., M nl< y an<| iJ lielans put together Th. i i,;h,,"--•-•'-• J^inw. me expanml day and pooch could I iiilit. t like added,'* he told. "The flouoo apH'V" was'rf U ^" ura ^ vs romartl I BC r, i7 l M h c ,c 7 ,omlc .* dv n need for a OVW-oIuSA ^"TSlS l bocf.lony. K was Sd to e? th ' the^tter was'wfrn^^pp^.Mr. W, A. C-rawfoni gBCCUltod and so nblv put flaranvrf Mottlry's motion. M It was by the Junior MenYb. rtdlni it. he said 'or St. John. had tieen somewhat mWith regnrd* the question of tuttooa] asftouslng. nn picture, painted in I thai had '•" %  m oslurid terms eould exag• M) t ?Z ra l 0 ,h "* P 0 *'" 0 of the wrvlohReU ill time that %  housing conditions In some ft pa .? ..£ & %  %  nd *. %  rrom the tliri I I view. Iieerhes II was also good to see honourable members expressing their reoiiwition of the fact that i wastin the m-itter %  ..! "in mv :"""* %  % %  "> %  "uio accrue to tne %  a loiTf If aW ^"^ wouW ^ cted discussion w^hThe'houslngTondmolTinX on the (. rural arena '""mine In the present oorurUtuUouI ex|, 0iin For Baaaaaal %? m £*Z KxneSn, n 1 W U J£ ^and f^S ^SlVliS mr".her. of -he H !" . from the .uggesllon. thai there Is no rramitorHv I'-'v wet non.lble son why a loan could not be made ' itto" "' ** r.overnfrom the Price Stabilisation Fund, '. %  % %  • <* 'he deserve Sugar Fund or the .,.,. Rchjbiht.ition Fund. We cannot go on forever rerubtliut* is the sixth year and by now most of the machinery these factories wanted must have been installed and we should take some steps to divert some of these funds in order to house the agricultural workers." Then to the general aspect of houses apart from the housing conditions generally, there was a certain amount of anxietv u> those of the community who could get no anal stance from the Labour Welfare Fund The existence of that fund had given rise to a certain amount of Jealousy, from those who could not use the fund. Therefore the Government would have to consider in the very neai future ruome large scale scheni" for assisting housing generally It would be no easy task to find i | because as soon as it was started, it would cost astronomical iigures rhoreforo <; %  ".emmenl would be well advised to i-onsioer every possible aspect of building those funds, especially as it would be necessary in the very near future to embark upon a more extensive housing campaign. Stale Lottery "I want to suggest thai settou* attention be given to the possibility of starting a Statr Lottery for the purpoae of Housing." he .-aid. TtaO] aUoWOd the Turf Club to inn ovsn year and there was no reason why a State Lottery could not be carried on. There might be those who were opposed to it from moral grounds, but they would appreciate that the end sometimes justified the means. Barbados could scarcely be termre religious community than Ireland and they ran an Irish Hoopital s In addition he saw a. aril] thoj might not consider a special tax on cinemas, club* and amusement places generally in order to get the money which Iboy would need for the purpose. AlaaoH ovary month .i new cinemi was going up and the implication was that Ihcy must be making money. Either the cinema owners or cinema goers should he made to contribute Disagreement With H.E. He muuglii UM HUUW J.I.OUU1 onrOM tneir disagreement to the nnronCO m.id by Hut 1. • tu tbo practloo of abusing Civil Servants. It was an uupulaUou against members of the Legislature, the elected representatives of the. people. If DsOmbori RKM with a full sense of ihen responsibility and made what they considered to be Justifiable accusations against any particular civil servant, how dare any official In Barbados from tho Governor back down, even suggest that they were over-stepping their rights. If they did not do li there, who was to do It? No menil>cr would so abuse hla position as to make an attack on any particular civil servant which was not well-merited. He thought the Governor over-stepped his bounds when he made the allegations which he had made. He made his remarks because, at some time the Governor's suggestions might be allowed to prevail in the counsels of the Government. There was reference by the Governor who said he had no doubt that Hnrhadns could afford to hrlng Its Civil Servants up to the British Guiana's standard. One i. that the ought have creful n but to difficult for them to easily appreHarbadoe with such a small revenue and with such restricted prospects la industrial expansion could be ex peeled to maintain civil servants in a way whici British Guiana. a rely hope that when the %  %  have in mind any proposal which may place civil servants on the same terms as Hntish Guiam. they may be pro\ Ided with all the necessary equipment—by that I mean facts and figures-to supp*>it what has been so gHfa) ward by the Governor." Mr. AHater ill -.,,.1 mm from 10 the deeiate. he had arhothor they had been dealing with the estimates. He thought His Kxcellcncv had gmninarnttoaa. The speech was unluV %  Speech from tne King r> mg the Government m power the rmted StalePresident seeking the sanction of i\. when introducing what he hoped to do in a parttculai term "f oilut Bather than any accusations being thrown at the head of lh. AdminLMi-ti.xi rot asaytbini irh*ei he might have said, they should %  roi much ins brina tng to their oitontaon things whicn ihoy might do t" usvprova the roodltlons of the people m tl oOsOB] He hsd only seen one benefit fnm it—and that was to draw t<> the attention of the Government in power things which members from that side wanted implemented Some of the suggestions m.,de could tconsidered timt I of the f.„t that the sstUmataa 1 ( nmmittve were vet %  • %  they would have time to implement some of the siigpcHtinnwhlch had been made Agreement Replying. Mr. Adams (L> said thai it was not often th.r agree frith the Senim Member foi St. John, but be could than. H. ..... rather surprised that the Junmi inemhei fOt St John Who Was well read in such m %  OBOO In the House In loiim i >ears and was so OtUafUl ,.( What he had to speak. cOUld hav. 00 ...nipIeteK ml OOO ll his point With regard* to the O present position When •mg up. they could not My th:,t H 0O| f.-r the Governor t expres. hla rtew, Thoy could not do this until the, had lh. in Oraai B if Ihev had :i Guvernoi ; 'thetlc to the Party In power, he would have lo go But so long as they were in lhal transitional stage, the OovortMr WOO entithd to express hi polnl view. He desired, therefore like members who pointed out thai thoy WOro not explicitly dlseusslnp the policy Of the Govern. practically nothing The policy of the Got) was as clear as daylight It woo expressed In their manifesto to the public at election time and would le carried out Surprising It was rather surprising, he .s:no. that honourable members who knew the Head of the Administration should dream that i Governors should attempt to stifle free speech. It was difficult to conceive a Governor who was nally .i Governor : the Ad"ii and if lid not possibly criticise vhat he said about civil servants. b comment he had to hat the Governor said 'oembers abusing civil servants, was that he s< -,iMl l only the soeotn %  -.-. %  > .ibused Tin 1 out with his fi LI nds jov T not doing work. That is inveetlvi agait>st H lid say that the Honourable member who said H In thi boot at and he did not 1 Hog hail not criticised the office but had said that the holder of lh i I doiai nothing (or popuUrity Thai IfSsOltOf as he OOUM not tell what Honourable aaombofi / them He had irom which they could bo no getting away from a libel It was their duty to hung |o lung ud call i %  : Gi.vernRient did not km"! thai cortol i *ii it was %  louuht tO lh> Oth ntion in that I No Difficulty Foroeeii As far as policy was concerned, it a matter for that Govand he saw no reason to suppose that that Government :"ulllt> in The junior meinlier for St John and the s-n.,,1 momboi tor St Philip won ivToag ir Ihog uaeaasiA mat tne %  nl won Dot 'i %  %  claimed, lh) tttutlonaljy n tn> whole Colonial Empire i the oni\ t'overnment in the ('oioni;ii Bopln wlsooo polk v woi can . like S'-me 'nop,* COUld go Into a bank %  Mi i: D Mi*.: ley said he would withdraw his motion for an Insertion ir th< wholo reply drawn as tho rejily. too. was su'teillui A division was taken on hla it WOI defeated by a ,-n t) The IT %  1 to pnn p|] ii amaodad iiornot IhuhiHir Lag M l.i:\\o\ BOYD Oiw. Sen t-MCillM I H V I.I.IIM.1 Sn i Srh 7.1* W nil. Strh *•• SVh Al UH iin.ii am iU-"-" SKli r>*nkl.., CrO-iil. W Srn htar> M I Ksrr*-w. U V ~ i>n T-Jtk*r INVKM \t* %  •• M i.is ton u ii ,, M..-IISI S .1 .,, .' i • i e \ K 11 I M Mill Seauvll • Irom pase t The Working Party will then %  cial and technical roaoui raoat Uhel) to succeed. %  %  ut a system %  • hi.li aval will he h %  il result v %  nl othe. %  | Von sterling l^tTCaaWM %  %  %  .linking Party Mi sua14• M.,.MOrslt, CsM Ton. fv**>>•• M. M.rt. Mr. H>J* Mr. J,... d | H-i.iiiiii..h. Mai-r g.t n a>wB-> chiT-so-Hi. cii %  iv%  C*-il OM BhrarO rMia*.aai\ hu — n a w i II si I HUM %  >... M Vlxrol i rndrr' % % %  %  li—> lilml.. n M l.m-l J M. M-..IWII. II >, r,w* %  i s l a A C' Mdllct. i rata IH-HI *.. %  *. rrM'in "-i"" Ks—ss. w-urt J....| Jn u. u ai • Hil>l sehwsfi >— HsillnHii r a I-, -i \i-..i * *•• n. a H i iOHDAV lf*m HarllKluur II. II. inn n iching an iinderstaodi! %  I countries for gfoater regularity in their purchaaae of C'tnnrnon wealth raw n %  iv materials like ti.i and rubber which are highly lo fluctuations sraa deikuWr as a oonlal level.'" .other a %  raft-Jag party wUl be tudy problems of cooM whether the same 4 '••tii-iMls will deal witu ;'. It clear that i intend to lose no to work, act \o TAKI uit urrAi i oi i i ^CT .\t I RHIO.N I Mil ^ -*KIMM.ll Ms llN ; ,., T %  A N %  c a H ._,** n— II.I.m %  ran, QaaQsstOBi Join. LSQJIS. 1 %  I law J.iuHt' Ant .,...1. i %  •-> ra.K. an %  i. uu Hisica H AIM it*. Henry 8 H..ln..„. ,.-.11. loMm.i, Marian C .1.. i. Win., irvti ON.4I. MxtlHI la-Ilia.HutShl I U i in !• K 11 Bi*-a> n w i A On MuSli. f'-r !." %  <•.• II I %  .'.'.. It. I,.. ,. .. i Part f ofcrr. Mm. I %  \. %  HBUa l-mkai. Mm. Ilnkaa. Nutn-n l(.a>nn..,i. lUlpt. Ha. k. EI.I ii* k William Orsea, J'-.ii m.kr Par I.TIic... K..,„, K I %  -'" %  *' Bl—inlr. M,..I..tla BkSHiiInr. Lilian W.1...II BMBUIIMI Hindi IKirisrii IU>ass>ll. aaOaSfl ll-niv MmAi-. Or" MarUM Urti Law H..IM'lar in-i.i. II. I I'll.' Kulli l*..t,UI., Willin KIM. %  M n.iii-n OmHO. lavsa i J...i*. WaUui. I..!..Hhlrlda. Mot Ml SI.Md.. Ttwoiaui... i DsLima. Audrvi btlmu. run. ih-i.i.... %  andra Dalai tu. Ilari Ham*. Saul Oold •erg RATtS OF i:\cii\u;r CAMADA i %  • on ll.nkriM Ikrnunvl Drafla T" 3S-. pr Slht limits Til i Id pi l/H i i Cabla aui.i Coupons •* I IW ailvri MAIL NOTICE SlAIIallarfll Vliataal. a.a.w.1T,l". lb* II M a IJ\|I\ J-I i • III hr rliaml ai ihr OaNStaJ |SM OOfc — I" .1 lira..!-,..! Mull, .,1 ) ,, ,.i an (I... Sim J.iii.urp ISSS otili...... Mall at S 30 a in mi Ihr SMI. Jai.n.i. The Ideal Refresher A few drops of the Genuine "4711" Eau de Cologne, dabbed on forehead and temples or inhaled from your handkeu-hicf. will stimulate and revivify immedi.itelv The (.enuine 4711 BOM uV COlOOlM LIOIIW from Cologne On Rhino; II hi oww ogala orjtoiosablo In tho ixigtnal tjuatlt] Ml fnimiiln sinee 1TM. TAXES OFF FOI? %mm Juarez WITH THIS flRST SlKiTjii..;in nns* --, .,, BUY THE DAILY ADVOCATE AND READ ALL ABOUT FLASH GORDON ADVENTURES.



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VWIiMMlW. JWTARY 23. 1M BAKBAIM)-. MUCH Ml PAGE MM HENRV BY CARL ANDERSON ixoocn SWIMMINO POOt&,r= %  '>-' %  -? ___^__ =H= = FLINT OF THE FLYING SQUAD .... BY ALAN STRANKS ft GEORGE DAVIES BLONDIE BY CHIC YOUNG ^i %  STUFFED'Cfc-ATO, uooreoxo jTHE LONE RANGER BY FRANK STRIKER Ei>m> normal skin needs THESE 2 CREAMS FOLLOW Tllfc BRAI'TT 2 I Mil OF SOCIETY*; LOVKI II s[ HOMIN iw.\"iiiu Lovely Society women all over the world folljw this si.nple. Inexpensive beauty care; one that U within the reach of everyone of *<<.'#(• This is wlm 'night, at bcdUme. smooth Pond's Cold Bftr face and throat •rlta |H iiu K ,i R gfi I he cream. and with It every wrap of dirt and make-up Then rinse" with more HlMMllI extra -softening Wry soon, your skin will be cl, %  POUR1 iND i | Crown M %  t .. %  .a.iu.-n ri,n "" 1 -* : ur powder MOM r... v*: POND'S Vjnuhnig doom Cold Croam Stan now to Mo ilia toveUneaa that can be youiwhen you UM t I'ond'i Creams. You'll find tat distinctive opal-white lari at all .the best beauty ,>-union. Z%i WHEN A MfAO-COlO•tuffs you up, makes your nose srre .ind irritated jril >k ill — here* qUKk OIQMT AWAY. Vsd Nosr Ih.'i breathing %  -n'J you iMe'*or*m %  forliiMir* Mmi, Uui nHe/1 Try li I VICKS VATRONOL HOSI DROPS AIM I III isi i* mi: EVENING ADVOCATE A.MI TIKI; AIIVWI AI.I: OF THE iPECIAE ion II viis "All I'llOVIS 3339 „ r 2.1011 1TL_PAYS YOU TO PEAL HERE SPECIAL offers to all Cash and C redit Customers for Monday to Wednesday only SrKCIAI. Ol I l.'IIS ;, r ,. n l< .oliisl.... n nnil S„..i, Mr,,., Usu.Hy NOW USUall y N W Nuts (per lb) 38 31 Tins Silver Lea p nea PP le Juice 38 :i I _. Tins Anchor P. Milk (lib.) 96 B Pkg 3 Cutnte Paper 58 SO Tins Corned Mu(fon 66 H0 Pkgs. P.F. Sweet Biscuits 'Mi Carrots and Beets 3c. (per lb.) D. V. SCOTT & Co. Ltd. Broad Street II I I s



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I'M.I I II.Ill' BARBADOS liniil 1.1 UII.MNI.W. JANUABV 23. MCf CLASSIFIED ADS. PI IPfc.lC \OI III S 1-1 III II KALES TtLXWOHC 2 901. For BPIh*. *l*rrl>#* ei InMKMtt MMONMU In Carfb Calling tha < Merge t* U M lav MT numbae Of •ol* P * Ptjew'sm .'Ill for a-eat* I word Term I M and 4 p -ifc/ after n -. A.\NtlM KMF.VT* HI >*<;i ifti ttara. On rn|ii~i rtnuir.'a i..igr*t rarwMM Publwrwra will aend a Braul prlMp Ph..* for If*** In Oe.1 Agent*. Write "win MMhftl 'i mi-m |M J. > %  >•-.. *ll.iin* %  KIM A MM Ml LOST I Oil RE.V1 FOR mi Lr ALTOMOTIVK %  n Vew> Croak*. n ts I t .. m-.i I-M A T IUK'1 mp i ..1..1 -ri-.-. M i-nflHi.in and >*r> -urtabar rixiMmy Oarage Drfl Mfl Traeler* lor Immediate n. later d.liv I) ,1 4S1S. Court*.* Garage. 1IU—fln TRACK THACTOH Oliver I.-l.l BDH B cvl Dl-eel D4 ui TD* Irlivrn!i .1 *W. CntuMay OWD 1* i H t. %  < ox.own (> %  In perteel BtMlj 4*00 mil*-.. UJ0B4O CASH Applr DAVID VTAm. Jrtr r n T II MOTOM-vru; Veie*tu hp -..drl H • a in Al wortllng ennditim and well kept A tanarifiable % %  To mrjuirarphone 44*7 P I U AUCTION UNDER THE SILVER HAMMER By HMrucllona r*WM from IP* ki •urance CD are iriu *ell a* WBOMUDAY IM M On. focal 19 Mow Car at CtMN afctnramay • C. Ltd CneaaH nt.eet Saw t o'rMcK Term* PaOi BatAMUK, TROTaflAN A JO. %  ived be i cMinr . -T ,.( katM n Armohoua* will nderalgra**) up to. |t|J >iiKatil> mult to fully qualUM a* Mur*e and Midwife, and muM fora*d I Ineir -pplwaiio... their Baptlamal Certificate* awall M "*r CerUrlratei of Tha Uiv attached to DIM POM II aW prr month I'r.Hnnna. including •hogs, and giTi— nravieM. < rraaful quired to JMUUK iSBf link In We a. w. acoTT. %  id ol Ou-rdlan*. X! miu It I W In 1-l.AT \ a-i* ...tained flat of 1 LI u.f irnianad or partly tan *l. Oiurl co>inlr> hi-.ie u • %  i February It Appl>. Mwaip AdvaniUnd I>r*4 *hana SM HKKIKC rurnnhtd or unlurnithrd Ora-ira B ti 1> • i laigr Kili'i.n T-.iM ind HJ'I.. fckKlrlr Walrr Apply to Crv.lal Waim -r 1" % %  *• SO.IM-tn TWO lAKOriVH. (IMS PBMIIHI *atat. with %  %  walk w. V nlahM U'.VMMI in i i MClTMi lV l)iT7aAiiPthrr alil|iiiiMa1 • mUHQ Mr. IWL, PHMM M I %  i ir .,i K n n I Hti-ad Mrprl, IT Caati pi Dial 4ill a >J7 a i s * %  l REtlMAN TAVI-im* OAMGI -TD. Shc-i-.i-i rtmnr *i or 44 a i M to nr;rMir;:HAT*iR %  Mr. W H r-|. .. ... -I al Ihr • l .ii %  %  ronwa IVKI j"ii B |A| Hnara. Cord mnp Hold..: Ili.l.|art. iturtara tto'ttrhrm rimh SwilrhM Flf. off. Uturtr Daah A Co. TUdor — Ml XI I H In A YARD MAMfor Omrtal wark. and la drive a car wrmi ir flr gd Apply J. M* O. Hmtwii ili.alr. Marino Uardru. 11 I at—to. OPKRATOR HalNnal Cash Book • Koaping Machlna Oparalor wilh pratloua taprrlamr piHarr<^aaV> awnm* ullai on or befora 1*1 Tlanii lira tolary mmmrrwuralo with t-n.af Apply In prtaon with wlltMti -pplleaUon. DowdNal Ertataa Trading Co Ud IT I S-n %  %  Tin M.XKI... : .. t MaaaffM a*iirt M.fc.r, Marti s,',.,ii aa la* a—to) AM !(.,!.. a..,,,.; %  • %  iv. k Hall Zi I.H-to I. iris linltMri.il Inion That* wff-ta !>• . faMttoiu* Ma-tli M tha GIU al IW Union Ha or— %  Friday Mth Jannaiv at ft % %  ) Ma. ban ara aak^d l -alt a t— PftaffaW ROYAL NF.lMtRLANDS STEAMSHIP CO. *ILRG raoM niurt T4 FAKAMAaUBO IMI HklTl-H r,l IANA M H p*".-n. aWri J.n II9I M 4 'imlAi Mtn F.B laM %  AIH-". 1" ItlVliK ra*"IIM> AND I" OIIANA %  •< Cotllcd, llth Fab. IftU Si, % %  BrS i* %  F. MIIHS. BON a CO Trva M V Oranlm.-a. AMma. %  Mr :..!, |.* r I fUTrHM/Nrjl AaMOCIATtON i1 % %  mana. Takr Hi REAL ESTATE T>.a: Avrnua. tolk.*>lla. con-.... tow taa| I '! %  %  '* '.iiar laavit %  %  onabM oBai rafuaad. HAKTIJtY COL'KT" A bungalow %  ituata at MoulD DUtrirt at. Gaa*|a oanrr any da i ta tttor anrttrnlari and CondlMof Canadian National Steamships -"I KH'1 %  !> l-A DV NiaJKIN I'VNAIKAN ( RUUCK i \:>v rtootrrr* I.AITY rtmJKXi' %  CANADIAN cRinam" ..liJany ,.1J rr*. ..n rw*. taUa Baataa 14 Jar*. M Jai T Potoy. Frby 10 Marth .. M.n.h simtRhiH M' "I.ADY BODNXT" %  -J.AUY Katl^ON •IAN CUVlBam••l-ADY RODNEY •I^DT Nia^oa-CAN cnuisas" Far further parUculara. apply u GARDINER AUSTIN M F*l>y I It Marrh 4 April II April & CO.. LTD.-Afnt. r pa n an whaao incoma la trpito par 'nrporatod or un ... M-nra. paraona ai.gagad In any Iraxta nr pnrfaaaaan. and ownera of land ft* |ii'ii>prly wtolhcr a laiabh* Hirnrna ha* Forma nf Rati.m ma> IMowtMnad Iroan i. i ..,, t i Dgparlri n i ArnBR IHI: 1ST DAT OP JANUARY. 1PU. and th* lorma duly rlllrd in murt to dalivar.-.! to ma on or torora HM %  dartM, FURNITURE (HAIRS. Chalm. Chatr. and olhar rnilura and all aoru of fliti.ia. for ui home A. BARNES A Co, LIK it.in ira WAIID It'lBE Oi Mirrored Ward-ltoba !%  % %  Mah.dPn'' wrr* (Maad on Uv Dnnnber, Iftfll ui, Jlit day of Mann. li.'.., 11 pan place ol buNn I.... ,.,...,1 ,.. day of June. II MM whuaa prwu-lpal .\ll. M1III I The ura^Wlnad will otter for aala I llwir otnee. Mo. IT. High Sti-a*. linn-Mo.. lii'l'i •*Hal %  > Jaaoarr. llftJ, at I p m. tha deairable Ming lol of Land containing IT.tol ura Itr' or thereabout* %  Ituaie on of Rrndaivoua Hill l> ml lo the anil and adjacent to the land* of Cloud Wain the iriidanc* ol Sir Dudley Loa%  k Tha alia n in within eeey reaet. the Ooll Club and enmrh %  % %  m beautiful view "r partimlara and condition* I -ol* apply in.— OORIaa, CATFORD Co, to h tatt Mill Ito I dap of Januni] PLNE. MECHANICAL OHT CiEHTS SporU Model i Tubei Ap|>1> T. and Death ihn | Aa perw.il falling to mko hi* m wlthta Ihe due dale will lablr to ii toe not earradina be pr o a t ruled unkran a faclorj reaaon I* pVH 10 l.taWTtl. PEMSOKAL aTKNOURA-illFit TYPU r MX apply by IHIer .(.d in perao aoi %  m i M Th* la-w-i.1 InlerMla A.. Ilally Pol Y. Advocate) Co Windward TaleiwU H. ..,.( ...: t ... IM MISCELLANEOUS ^Irrd for Buy1 Club. Ilav ^r purriiaaa Pleaaa 'phoni i Crnlrnl Polio ng rredlt to nHAirrtaN .new I ...i MISCELLANEOUS ANTQUES Of every dexrlptlgn aiim Chana, *M Jewel*, too atrree Waterrolowr* Marly honk* Mapa. Autogn.phi ear al Uorrlnfea AnlatMt Shop •u|liilnf Ratal Tachl Club a joai-t f %  I l,!l' ill-l ml r.nil i'.-ii'-- IIM %  LPM I'la.mg /: k ... .1 %  IIAIINES ACo %  Hj ,.t, Lid Iff *"i \BU I RlilAN u.vni'i' wii.ii n ..,...H.,| deatgna all me. A new ..pei.ed Thanl-a. DI..I **l TO-DAYS NEWS FLAS1 i g i Lid. if in 0i AlJilANAC .'TICA!. Al-MANA V. IUTAKF.il* ioa DAILY MAM. VliilJN ll>. .F1S iii %  roa iHMi.s ST"AK-\T<)H OIL b> the Pltil l I li M'l'N -HANTUNO Heavy qualU in I bier Ilriiwii. Tuiqui'lw Ho* • id While. Jgwide |1& : Klrpalahl. J Swan Mieet D bU-li H .... ii... ti,.g *r|f C1AUDIM1 nan. a> I do net for her % % %  gnyon. PWHd-ixrr Mouaa.IM in* t nagpM i. %  Jam** atandlng or ood* Mi parch** -| i-m ..na and diAMd rogtng. iiul bath. Moder ( nd •rraant* room U n.m Mnndy U Frld te HARRISON LINE OrTWARD FROM THIS TNITED UNGDOH S.S. mOGRAPHEH a s ss %  i 'TKIHESMAN" "INVENTOR" %  I'HOSPECTOR" Frowi .. Newport & (iii.-.row .. M'lirouah and .. Liverpool ,.LondoR 8th Jan 11th Jan. 13lh Jan. 25th Jan. Du*? IlarbmOm 20th Jan. 31st Jan. 27th Jan. 7th Ffb HOMEWARD TOR THE UNITED MM Vf-Mfi For S.S "HERDSMAN" ixtndon Far further InrarmsUon appij U %  CXotet in Barbagloi 6th r?b. DA COSTA & CO., LTD.—Agenta S.P.C.K. BOOK DEPARTMENT (C. F. HARRISON & CO. — FIRST FLOOR) ..ii Readers lit A 2nd Primer En*!) I ok III | Ma) I urat (WrekU-yi Stimfor the V.-ry Yoiinc (L^rconlbe) Stow & Sure Heading Itook* i Thrnuph S(--e.t to Willinr Vol II J Ftii-danrental Amhmeli. IM,I I Itortr*, Book II I CondM Oxford nii'ttonarv Pitman'i Shortruuid Inrtmctor Graph Paper ronlwap -hericrulrdt 5 DrawinK Books NMI> Ml A Klng'i Slory (Duke uf Wlniirs MommrM i i Around Us (Rachel Carson i il Morninn Journt ton) | A MOUM* is Born (Anita Looal Reuter'u Ct-ntury Margaret Kennedy (Lucy Carmichael) t US (Fougaa**) Hor. In the Maklnu iLadv W-iit !! The LonR Memory (Howard Clewes) What the Church of England Stands for 8 Training In l^ndi (History of SPG ) ) The Seal of th Spirit S Hume Prayerg t Gorc'a Commentary (rnmplete ed ) Angllcnnisui (More A Croas> | Parson's Pki-i Bonlc ji Parish Priest's Pads BBC Hymn Book I Cori Bye to my Generation ft Into All Church i rfc U coUan rtocka — floating triaki lA-cUnnari's Btmk "f Lemons, etc. etc. We ftUll have a fe tluirieLa Itrgs Rj bindings, shopping Ust, .m.1 rKi..iiii'ii IT ) ... Cards for aU occ*urtons especially VALENTINE CARDS Order forthcoming bo.*from ituS.PCK. Book Deportment THE BOOK SPECIALISTS OF BARBADOS TEL. I7 Don't Ruin Your i TIRES! Putting Wheels in Line Can Save 5000 Miles Of Rubber '.: i %  't-V.i'i. CRUDE OIL COMES ON 'INVERLAGO' Oil tanker Inverlago arrive ban tron CSMapMo, V aaatu al i yesterday with n curgo ol 913.7W jtallons of crude eil fr the BrttIJi Union OH Ow The tavrrlago ;mihtired Off Sin II .11 v. In i discharge her cargo through pipes running Ottl UtO BM "eft. Tho tanker Is r unsigned M tkm R. M .l""'^ CO, Ud or >olg %  •ui J offlce ,Y. ftS-ln undrralgned will offer for sale al High .Street. Dridge-rrMar tie !<• Febrnaey. IMP. tha dwellUarhounr called with tha land thereto ood. 3 prrrhea or IhereaPouU adlolnlhg Dr IlancrnfC. rMdence al Loer Fonubelle. The ho.e mntalm ck.wn.talr.. drawn .* and dining room*, brrakfait room. I wo bedroom*. toilet and bath and upatalra 3 bedroonw Electric light, rompgny'. wafctr ^rd gag lurned In. li.ipaelton and-v between the hour! .11 pm and 3 pm. on applleaUon un For further particular* and condition* 0( Mkr apply In: KITTLE. CATFORD Co.. snileltora. TANKS Qalv Tank* General Agency Co It dm Ltd Stnt Mixed Cargo Arrivea From British Guiana '['li.'.h.-.h.'i Marlon tlelle Wolfe arrived hfrl uTOB HiMish Gin.in. vtsterday with a cargo including 2.000 bags of I M ffl bags of charcoal anu SO hunches of fruit. Th,. signed to the Schooner pi->l %  ALE MOTK-R The undersigned *ill ofrer lor Ml. th.:r offlce. No. 1?. High Sireel. Bn. town, on Friday Ike 1*1 Febraarr. %  *•* the newly rreetrd alone wull bungalow railed "MIDC.ET*^landing on S.T0O aquare feet nf land al Welrha* Now Road. PI. Michael The dwelllnghoune %  irnda h anting and dining room*. S bedroom*. itchenetie. toilet .li' ..n. 1 M.miinii nitrr (latage and n>nl' room In vard. Apptoaimately nail •>* ">' Und ... MMBPJM any day on application In H faor wbaMi at* %  lllMeal bk) aal pat a year abead i Leg • .i-ii tee • %  •litu wheel*. furthet irulars and C"G" TRAMS ATI ANfiO U E SAII.INdS TO SOUTHAMPTON AND ITIANCE Via SIARTINIUI'K AND OUADBUXJFB "COI.OMBIE'' 2ii Jeaaaf*. 1952"COUIMBIK" 2nd MrcK. 1952. "COLOMBIK" IJIIi April. 1952. SOUTH-BOUND AND CRUISE Call al: Trinidad. I.u Ouaira. Curacao. Carlaycna. Jamaica ••COLOMBIK" IMh January. 1932 "COLOMB1E" 2IHh February. 1952. "COLOMBIK" 2nd April. 1952. AcceutinK VaiaMaSaBI — CnrKO — Mail. II. IM. IOM> A IO.. I.TII.at 7Mc£maAtvufb Ttre$tone JAc JjfAH with Built-in (Dependability *,'.:','.',',*.**•*'• %  '* W/V/////.y////V/////'V/W.vAV.v.',. A MODERN BATH ROOM J* /,T "'"" is a necessity and with an N . ALL-WHITE POKCE* LAIN GEYSER a warm or J hot balh is obtainable In I X matter uf minutes MORN** INC. NOON, or NIGHT . 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I'AC.I II \ BARBADOS ADVOCATE WEDNESDAY. JASCARY 83. \*U W.I. Tourists Beat Victoria By 4 Wickets Walcott. Christian* Beat ( lock In Race For Runs (rroni ll\KOI.!> |i \l I SYDNEY lan. 22. etory m a moel Mhillonil rajuinei In hurricane hou exploded Into an aatoniahii VJctoaig witn two minute • to ipare. K hitOOUi wickel ol the tout In U KEEP YOUR HOME SP/C AND SPAN I Ol It III xs %  win in 210 i Sl till %  -.,•; .HH! R H and bot Sensations IKi !; %  ii nil the DOW ling, and %  %  IUU now .i.. i ii assault OH th needed IW2 in 10 %  %  %  %  four*, %  i i>u 119 in •cored i %  BL' thoMk rboll betl the Victorian neldan* %  Delirious Chwrleg When Wakotl fell lo a mag. %  for his nsagniul i i I %  in 1U2 minutes. %  ttuag] that hit the mill %  % %  i 1 %  %  -1 lo mob Ing room. Filter than Uectridti Bo d l>ec thai t' %  lost control < f %  the and ampin '.>il up slumps I befor. hlt ii.. i I %  inch ti IT i i tow tetn J'cans Deny Cold Welcome Kumour PUBLIC CONTRACTS HILL PASSED We) have a wide range of PAINTS-ENAMELS VARNISHES I. HERBERT Ltd. lworpwrelrft lt Mi. K. C. Mai Mnea> 'he louring Jamaican team, yfrd*) denied the substance of. an ippeamn in the Daily c.ir*nrt oi JwauUca, inch ciaimea Under a Bill passed by the ,"' House of Assembly last night for 'jtrying out ol the Convon. tien relating to Clause* in Public |j Contracts, public contractors i B j,i ,, U.'.B-C -,prt nttum-ve hour%  rates of I e been given a cold rel i;.-it .II'..' Ir, an interview with Ihe IrivM-jUMtecdaj Mr. Marle> said:— 'This naming I saw a cutting (ron UM Dally Clr W T Newspaper >. tb> i . HICKETEHS COLD WELCOME" This has caused me and every member of the Jamaica team considerable conmn Some of the Statement! eon turned therein are %  0 far front the truth that I am unable to allow them to pas* wages and observe hours and conditions ol labour not less favourable than those established in the trade or Industry in lh, where the work 1* carried out NOTICE St \ II I rUlMTTO turn. one to Irs durlm hl> il K. ii-in,i..n Oval nnhio of II Youngsters 1 Swimming Form \ugurs Well For *52 Olympics The Bill which was parsed with.",„:,,";; %  .Tl*'oee4Uo* * inmenL w V 5 ^ md "^ 0 BAHHADOS OrVB OUB '"rough the House by Di. H. G. — Cummins, junior member tor Si. Thomas, on behalf of the Government, and supported by Mr. M F. Cox iLi who seconded the motion for the second reading. The two members explainci I would even say that if every "'" l lh purpose of the Bill *as was the complete and l implement a Convention adopiunvarnishaii truth 1 would regard fd "> the lnlernat IO nal Labmi ale as not in Ihe best Organisation at a general Cn(.tmtercM of the good relationship *'" ce "' %  tournaat Geneva in June HH. which Convention provides that persons employed by public BOD* I reeeivi the NUM wages and conditions of employment as similar employee* fctly by G Kdwat-i B i % %  ., f.rm and prospects \.ho recently crossed from Dover as soon as our arrival. I have had'' -~~ —:~ ~":~~— ~" -xt sumto Calms m IS hours to become repeatedly lo remind member a ot P rov,de u 1 1 ** contractor snau HI .. swirnDM of the four men who have the team of that warning -im the BttfUgfa Channel m both .-cqucntly many of the invitations niing Is another sport which is directions Was then a young and which have been pourinu in have ,'ivel in the luperbb lit M years ot age. A had to be refused. Tinted Kingdom Vorkshiremaii. Philip Rising, swam "I cannot too strongly state from the time when Captain across at 42 Tom Blower, made o,at no member of the team Vatthew Webb swam the English | rvcerd England-to-Francc. swim aasoclates himself with lhi„ artlclM \l.THt PII.KINGTON and prospects .vluin wr hope that thew iftanti will i We oeOM here to play end to the best of our ability and ai ;.m m itranae* le Barbados warned the team against the P 10 !" n Englishman dangers of Barbadian hospitality— -. .Vi I ne Bill TENDERS are invited lor the manulaclurc of WIRE COAT HANGERS. A sample can be obtained from the Manager, Sanitary Laundry Co. Ltd. SANITARY LAUNDRY CO.. LTD. CLYDI *\ \li <"l I SCOREBOARD %  i d Of the Flrsi I ..mi BerbedM %  ended yesterday in II: wur-hipp*-!.tlike could ipenri forma Iff] .. to France In ia"Sthe iwo years ago when 3% iport bag bad %  ronanUc gppeal tended swimming back when unh.ni IU'I ittempted the favourable conditions off ihe %  .r. ufore Webb achieved it He French coast prevented him from %  n'-anie %  n.iliofiul iiei. His pelstarting. His ambition is still to .-o f'red others with the swim the Channel there and back that crou Channel in one go Florence Chasiwick. of AuKii-t erg now California, the only woman wh* numeroAis. has swum It both ways, is 32. The newspapers have played But the younger they are, asilieir part hclpint lo popularise Miming they have reached physiIht sport. Before World War It cal maturity, the better. When %  pis i u aaej arere prateaslonDoris Fell, a Lancashire mri b— ,.|ly taught to swim at seaside recame the llrst of her sex ever to irl i -f :i publicity camiwUn the ten ;ind a half mile 117 since I have seen this often-n-e palgn Seeatde auttsOrlltei did kilometres) length of Ice-cold Lake utting only this morning, ol iheir share by building spacious Windermere, she was 16. Cardiff intimating the displeasure of the ful swimming pools in schoolteacher June Knight was'18 entire Jamaica Bide and tender to the open an where swimmers an 1 when she. too. achieved this pert h u public of Barbados >ur e last June apologies for any annoyance or keep proper wage books and tunp Hiicets showing that the wages paid to. and time worked by the workmen in and about the execution of the contract, and that contractor shall be bound whenrequirwd, to produce such much'd.swoge I***" ond time sheets for the inspection of any person authorised by the Labour Commissioner, who is deemed the "Competent Authority." which omllture as have other matters which have appeared in the Dally Gleaner newspaper since our departure but which fOrtunateb affect only the personal life of certain players. "If the reporter has not been iYirr.x-11, ,n„r... „i ,k i iracis wiinoui approval irtun me The Bill also prohibits the contractor from sub-letting their contracts without approval from thi i take the earliest opportunity of contradicting this most unfortunate article. *I take the earliest opportunity, tub-contractor in all cases t conform to the conditions of the main contract, the main contractor being responsible for the observance of all contract conditions on the part of the subcontractor. %  Kauri • %  b Ath %  %  I*T l\MM,^ t %  : b s.*tMt %  i *k. BltiiM b I K A1bln>n c Muli. b Itwod r KL-C >i|>l Ilium Ii Pinroal Bbuu b Uudir n.i| oul Iheb 'eisurc in a health giving In international and home hurt which this ill-conceived swimming events more and more article may have caused, BntabVl A.natcui Swimming established performers of mature "Finally let me on behalf ol .Weiiat.oi. >.tw t.< the ompetiti\ rs .tie being pushed oul b> lunaJog tender |Q BarbadOl OUI -,-ie by encouraging the format. :i Ijm wh. are Uttte more than most hearty and sincere congratu0) tlobs Us activities were the children. At least two 18 yeay lations on their well merited winmore successful because the "ds may go to Helsinki with had been well prepared by Britain s Olympics swimming lean; ihe Schools' Associations, whow •"* summer while aim was lo get boys and girls irjlo holidays. Teen-agers the water as soon as posslblt. They have done magniflccm work for awimming in Britain by teaching i %  Ik >!.: %  %  I.., V 3 i i ass. .HUM IM. 1 . ti t %  .!> ". Ms gfJT -in. 1. ItllUI b It l-ii: 1 • %  %  %  '.ir as 1 lot l o> senegs IAMMI i>i nnroraa b narhvr 1 U Thorboorn a r.luill b B>rk SS %  I I. b Km* 1 i l< K.n* Jl i t b w b c B VrillUma %  lloldn H n it school i all the OUi "ye** titles on the first day of Britain's laUonel swimming championships u August. One was Angela Barnvoung children the basic elements *<'"• ** Worthing. 13 years old of the sport. The education girl 100 yards (91.4 inches) free authorities have readily g'*"en style champion them all the support possible. This %  £ %  ,h '', hrllllamt Scottish girl i lion has brought excellent Nancy Rlach. whose life wu so Itenlll tragically cut oft in its prime by It is true that age is not a parinfantile paralysis Angela's time ticulax handicap to swimming it w t*"" ,h ,an those returned the enthusiast is tit. Wlllia: tiieu . jhoolb, towns %  tid In county trials. With such thoroughness and enthusiasm Britain cannot fail to produce not onlv line swimmer* at an early m age but maintain the enthusiasm l Briliain's best reflected in an entry of 540 swimmers, a record, for 16 Individual events at the recent national championships. WHAT'S ON TODAY Court sf Appeal—10.00 a.m. Police Band Concert at Silver Sand.*, Christ Church — 7.45 p.m. FOOTBALL TODAY There will be a football match ni 5 o'clock this afternoon at the V.Ml'C. ground, Beck"-* between the staff of Manning and Co., and S. P, Musson Son and Co. The teams are : — Manilla*'*: W II Ktfl Li Skeete. It I Marshall. R. Johnson. I. Bvi tarmei 1> llowaid and S. Ooddai : MNWIII'I B B ncld. A. i Hoert (CapL), R, Noel A Ingram, H. |ng) A. Hutch.ns n. 1 Medford, i. M rah ill and A. Stoute. •enior championships. Then there are those two other 15 year-olds, the Yorkshire backstroke discovery Pauline Musand Scotland's OJympic hope Margaret McDowall. In separate heats Pauline returned toe belter tunes but Margaret retained ihe women's backstroke title by The International Yacht Racing mches when they clashed in the Union are to slold trials In June linal. There was only four-tenths to select a new two-man boat foi of a second between them. Paulintern, itlonnl racing. ,n,> first showed promise when at Recently designed in Holland the age of 11 she became the youngest girl to compete in the championships Her success is an New Centreboard Yacht For 7rials r. :. J r. i. tor si s tar in, a f..r iss. T roc m it., sss. 9 tor am m.ll.l\4. AN IIIHM o hi ii W 1 King M S • 4 lUikn U 11 1 I* SS !i v so iKNUroi specially "for this task is the FlyIIIK Dulchnuui. a generously decked boat of just under 20ft., with low freeboard and of the planing type. Developed from the International TOfMOOi the Flung Dutchman represent,, the ideas of many small-boat npertl nd the prototype, built of mouldllustration of the Ihoroughne*: with which the English Schools' Swimming Association is finding and preparing future intern: iional representatives. At Blackpool in Northern Enjfi i i. v b I eu plywood and weighing only 1,,nrt reconV' 40 boys and girU 275 1b. has shown an exciting per'ompeted m the finals of the (brmance In preliminarv trials. %  "Honal school championships II :suggested that tUneglas. 1 he reward of merit is a couching A ill also be allowed for the hull %  oursc with intensive training, 'ion if this class i' adoptrh *' ultimate reward may be od. Flhreglass hulls, which conOlympic honours for the nutstandi i layers of fabric made of, in swimmers. I glass flbres bonded toThe secretary of the Schools' ^ %  thei with a theriiio-ja-ttlng championships is Mr. S I"). itte U.S. MINISTER TO LIBYA NAMED %  WlllUllH I.. .• .. .' K AVASHINGTON Jan. 21. leal Truman Moo I BMMnln iti ret Vlilllll r • r. KI lo the newly | %  claimed a*ei klnaaon ol Libya. Il(ililr i r .. plastic material, wore first seen in Ihe U.S.. but the material has also been used for boatbuilding in Britain. Several existing type* Inboard racing boats present .it the trials to show comparatlye performance. Among 111 probably be the International 14ft.. the I4f: Merluiliocket, the 15ft. SwordlWi and the recently introduce.) 16ft. S Hornet—all dtnghli'* oiiKiii.iTink' \* In Britain II ilifceb thai the American-designed Thistle and he v ;-\ man-designed l;n metre Sharpie will alao a< t trW JUST THE THING YOU NEFD MOST | I II L 1 \ K i: %  s $3.25 $4.26 Popular Shades — Supreme Quality HI l\l S Prince William Henry Street water polo expert and couijly swimmer. Describing how tne ehoeen 4tM> gUnsned the coveted honour of appearing in the finals, | ten* he said they passed through vauH> C.n Also Hupply V.u Wllh IIABOWARE ITEMS JVJEV U. TAYLOR A They'll l>.) Ii Ever) rime WXTLE LI^KA^LL is we cojnwRy T^PE—HE'S FORElSK SENCM6 THE MEAT 84TK AT THE LCC^L STE/KERy— 1 gcors wivfce A I <3XX> T.VE-PLEASE \ oo-rr uue A. ITEMS YOI NESCAFE — 4-U2. Il„nl„ OXO — ANDREWS LIVKFI SALTS PRECS COCOA — FRVS COCOA — ORANGE JUICE MACARONI — MURRAY'S STOUT Tint Aaortod IWBR BISCUITS — PEANUTS per lb — Pkm. KRAFT CHEESE JKFFREYS BEER ''*-'-'-*'-.*.-.'-'.•.*.-.-.-.-.-,-,-.•.•.-,-.'.-.-.-.-.',*.-.-.-.' That touch of smartness with these Itri'w Tn-ffils •mil Spurt Twovtls TKOPICAI.S pet .Mird MSI .. „ S4.64 ,. .. S3.62 DRKSS TVVKEDS p,r vd $4.11 „ S.44 I SIHJRTS TWSBDS per vdj $4.47 ., „ SSM • •-•-1 VW,VA-.W.VAV,V.V.,tV,



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Iiarba<>o ESTABLISHED 18BS Barbados Score Innings Victory Over Jamaica Tail Curls Up In Iran Goes! House /w To Polls iP*ft*p'y WEDNEfr) \Y. JANUARY 23. 1952 Fourteen Overs (By O. S. COPPIM BARBADOS yesterday defeated Jamaica b> an tantngl and 167 runs when the Kirst Jamaica-Barbados Test ended at Kensington. To Ba -badoV firsi innings total of. 753. Jamaica replied with :ill in their first innings and having been forced to "follow on" 442 runs behind, were all out yesterday for 275 runs. • When play end-d on Monday Jamaicu had :cured 243 for the loss of six wickets and yesterday needed 1u -9 runs U> wipe ofl the balance. But it only took pace bowler King and slow spinner "Boogies Williams 4H minutes lo claim the other lour wickets for 32 runs Kinn look one of these wickets and Williams three. King's figures fur the 2nd innings were 180 4M 45R 3W and Barker's were slightly under these but nevertheless good by Intercolonial standards. These were 140 2M 51R 3W. C. "Boogies" Williams who also secured a bag of three wickeu finished with these figures 25.50 ftM 65R 3W YKSTKRDAY'K PLAY Barbados opened the attack yesterday with King from the pavilion end and "Boogies" Williams from the screen end. The wicket was still firm but was taking spin and at least it seemed to pusses* no terrors for the batsmen Mudie and Miller, not out overnight 4 and 9 respectively. Mudie signified that he was comfortable by getting back or. his wicke* and pulling a shortish one from Williams to the' square-leg for four. H? got another boundary from King, having played forward to a good length one but only got the bottom edge of his bat to it but the ball Hew through the slips, along the carpet all the time to the rail for four. But with fifteen runs added to the overnight total of 243 for 6 Mudie was struck in front, playing back to King and Umpire Foster upheld an appeal for Ibw.Mudie had reached the fateful 13 runs. 258 7/13. Skipper Bonitto joined Miller, the latter of whom was dismissed two balls later without addition to the total. He allowed two well tossed "googlies" from Williams that seemed like "gifts" for a batsman with Miller's reach and hitting powers, to pull down to the unpolieed long-on bound* ary or at least in that direction But Miller would have none o M hagi .< In direct confront to his reserved attitude towards those two baits on his pads, he slashed at a well flighted top spinner outside the off stump later in the over It was no surprise to those who saw the stroke, even if it did surprise Miller himself, that the ball took the edge for King, the solitary slip, to take a copy-book catch to dismiss him for 14. Pace bowler Goodrldge now partnered his skipper and seemed out to force the pace. He made a few big hits by way of warming up. He did not connect, neither did he seem worried. Mnrshall replaced King at the pavilion end and (!oodridge after dabbing forward inquiringly at ihe first two deliveries and having been beaten, hit the fourth ball hard and high past cover for four runs. Goodr idgo TEHERAN. Jan. 12. tuardtd 84 polling place* ui Teh* ran a* vom> e*st thei • i irie human national ntarj t k ac ti on. Earl) reports *aiu lhal mltnl H'l quiei lnd order 1> No inrutcnu im *cpo.Wd. but police guard* were posted i pulling placet lo guard again*! Conimiml.-i-NaUoiu.Un clashes. Vstei lined up outbid? voting BftaMl Back man took less than w minute to vote. A Seven-man Board rioted tha voter's name, aid number, and occupation, then Ihc voter dropped his ballot—marked with the %  >• %  of 12 candidates, into an IB" by 12" sealed metal "Ballo: box. D) iiiid-morning it was esliiiai.ii ihat 11.000 votes had ieen an. Bullotmg in the national election., takes place in different district* at different time*. Teheran important because it Is the stronghold ot Premier Mohammed Mossadegh Nationalist Front. The Nationalist Front Is strongest In the Mosque and Hazaar areas of the City. The outlawed Communist Tudeh party — whose members are running AS Independents — generally • nimgest In the areas near the ty limits. Clashes were feared between the %  immunises and the Nationalist jpporters of Mossadegh, because e accepted 123.000.000 In United States Point Four Aid on Sunday night Mossadegh who is too old to be candidate in the national Parliamentary elections, will lead Government and Nationalist Party officials to the polls As Nntlnnalist Party head he will bf eligible for re-appolntment as Premier. —C.P. was not impartial in his punishment. Next over from Williams he went down his wicket and catching one of the spinners on the volley lifted it high and hard, first bounce, to the sightscreen f'r four. Skipper Bonitto was next to go. His dismissal was not expected at that time hams. +* % %  Pltatt tn Ttmtmffr. P'trov, (Ac other flit U 10' /allures I for he waf >laying quietly and getting the ball in the centre of the bat However he got back on his wicket and attempted tO pull short low one from Williams. To Governor ouei r>n if ilu present Legislative The House will pre sent the Ooverntu with the reply. A motion by Mr. E. L> Mottley that the Government will promise to consider sx ploring every possible av>rHhfor emigration be added in the reply was defeated by a 13—6 majority. In this connection Mr. Adams said that that was only superfluous as Government was donate iu> utmost with regards emigration. A motlest a* Mr. J. t. MotaVt that It be added In the repj) thai (iuTernsncni would consider Bay prepeasl for a deep water harbeejr was accepted Criticism was made against tfc. Governor's •.tatemem thai Civil Servants should not be over too freely abused. Th* reply reads The House of Assentbl> thanks Your Excellency fur ihe speech i which Your Excellent v.** pleased to deliver at the Opening of the new legislature. The House is always willing to onaider proposals far im jessing the efficiency of the Civil Establishment and trusts thai it will be I possible, at a very early date, to I take full advantage of the feclll! g> On pace S Lennox-Boyd j K n, Restrict May Represent Travel Of Russian Colonies Diplomats From Our Own Coimpondaiili LONDON. Jan. 22. Colonial representation on She Working Party set up by the Commonwealth Finance MinisInvcftigate all possible means of increasing production I'll) probably be through one of . the three U-K. Ministers concern< foreign diplom ed with Colonial Affairs. I Union. Although detailed procedure Details have not been worked has yet to be worked out, it is I „„, yet but Truman Administx-. %  onsidered unlikely that the colotlon sources said that the US. nMs will nave any direct repfe-. n^^ wlU b* just as tough •"* the se..taUoi. on the Working Party .Kremlin s. They predicted lhal at this rtgfcjgg|l-chief spokesuw order will be issued soon. man will probably be A. LennoxTn vs ,tecui %  ..'. %  I %  urn .11. . h.Mlth MIIM' irti Mrnrh 10. He said tinKnm i di ii told the Natloni I iinei lhal the mtereaU "t | %  i o Miml.ir. that "any %  I eparattOO between Fan. 22. ( tt ,.ul.l be unthinkable H. BBaad %  %  %  nMls we can work """ %  [effectively ,n partnership with the S (.. build enduring peace. It Is iltd Quern will ivi.U.rk at I'orUmouth aboard the b Vani/itard on Man)' 11, •ir.Mn* at Capetown on the SSth Prlnc- naglllis and vatrlctive iiM-thodi> sloca bO the Imposition ••( i ,,i •n imports from certtdn part-, nf Ihe world Th.present difflrulUes of the utorllng .,,. partly due lo short term also reflect continuing ttnawrl) n| peehlasna. Thaee proMems must uml can be solved. Foi reason wo are strongly „t ihe opinion that measures taken to WOP ihe drain upon reserves must form part of n long torso poUey designed lo restore and ni;nnt Ihe full itrength -f sterlina K>current Kraius ll quits i last thai %  .i, \i, prevent recurrent draigg %  i Hie central gold rusvi teg avarj ounln at Ih nrenuotSM) lo vnoeavour \'illiin [lieme.iii" Ahn n %  % %  Un| ires .IH %  whou mu oasd in tlii t'ii.liiiw>ui l inarieney uf the Uamrdi •tie oltualiun uul iii. i. %  %  .t level of the gold PSBBnai M 11 in re that the alerting Meg t .i whole ihould be In BesaSM "in. the rent uf the ,. ..ii.i gl latest in reaperl ef Uve -•-<-• .1 half of 1952. It 1. Imp.. ,u that this aheuld la. lude at lassg a be lame with the d.^llar a.es ^ ill.ui Ilumr perled. ng Ih. nf On page 5 Solemn Mass Held For Murdered Nun II i He wa*. out in similar manner to Miller He Hashed his bal at a well flighted top spinner outside the wicket, snickeu and Kim; in the slip came into the picture again with a simple catch. This closed the Jamaican Innings for 275 giving Barbados victory by an innings and 167 runs. Four wickets had fallen yesteiday fur an additional 32 runs. The Second Test opena tomorrow. Schooner 'Zenith' Overdue THK 87-tOO schooner Zenith with a crew of 11 has been reported to be about one month overdue on her voyage from Barbados to British Guiana. Two Barbadian members of the SPtw were Frank Gibson and Frank Richards who were learning navigation With the Zenith's skipper. Captain P. A. Tannis. The Zenith left lJ;,rbad-_. since December 19 with ;. load thlWgfh Ihe timber-, by the of -done for Spring/lands. British pump-. Guiana and m due to arrive at Th* schooner P<*>1. local .Rcntt B.C.. about two or three dava of Zenith told the before Christmas. Advocate yesterday that they i had not heard from the v es se l Captain Every of the schooner Sines she left Barbados tor Marlon Helle Wolfe wWeJl Brlttttl Glltana. The Haiboui and -i rived from British OuianaMimplr.if Department had n. yesterday morning, said that knnwledre of her whereabout!. when he was leaving British Guuna on friday last nothing was known up to then of ihe hi-re bouts or the Zenith. He -aid that her agents in British Guiana cabled other west Indian islands to find* out if Captain Tannis had stopped on his trip down and replies tc the agents were in the negative 23 DIE IN PLANE CRASH D 1/ W1FTH New Je wrylng 23 persons crashed %  and apartment buildCaptain Every 'aid that he|i" -i" 1 exploded here Tuesday heard that a steamship passed killi?^ >U aboard the Zealth about SO miles off' Building* were -et <.r B.O.. light and communications at least nine of their occupanu passed between them to the!-verely bunad. The Airlines effect that the schooner bad | listed as a passenger Judge Robert sprung a leak but the crew wore' Patterson farmer Secretary of cootrwUUtf the water seeptnc War.—CT, B.W.L Central Authority Urged \ Fni. Our Own Carrrajanetnl %  LONDON. Jan. 12. The suggestion that the Colonial I Omce should give a lead on lun| ited lines to enable a central. authority for the British West, Indies to be established in the Caribbean n contained to-day in New Commonwealth edlturisl I learn that the suggestion is not likely to receive any official backing however at least until after the Caribbean Federation Conference to be held here later this year If at that Conference British West Indian territories indicate a desire for a Colonial Office lead then and only then Is it likely lo be forthcoming. The New Commonwealth says thai the deriiton of the Regional Economic Committee to postpone until April the selection of a Trade Commissioner and assistant In London may be taken as a commentary on the present state of official co-ordination in the Caribbean The Regional Economic ComIttee cannot provide the desired central authority—which Is described as a regrettable fact—-but which is Illustrated by the proK ial to vest executive control of de Commissioner services In * Comptroller for Development ltd Welfare in the West Indies Single Authority Until some single general authority Is set up. It is easy, says New Commonwealth, to predict the difficulties that will be enitered in finding men and creating machinery to carry out the increasing number of common tasks. Plans for Caribbean Federation have provoked a division of local opinion which does not augur well for the Immediate future but the value of functional co-operation in several important fields grows dally dearer. U.S. Lead Nations Of IS.A.T.O. In Defence (By EDGAR < i \KK. l-ONDON.Jan. U, The United Stata* will ipand almoat '> tunai for castitfice in th* c r the other North AtlantaTnaat) "'i nines combined. Piif.ii" 1M2-1] i udgei of than sy caOusg %  %  i All.(' British military kpoki that solciiii I Aiitliuny. tng Aaeirb iB nun killed inaS during the balUe BTllSBh irawps and Lg>piholic church -'t Mosscar l.y a senior nstUtarj Roman Catholic .hunhin..i. The hu i ith nulic. ^l %  ^^ds of the late nun and military contingent acted as i % %  • .mi Minister. ha told t ontar* nea la Caara las: Mention by Egyp>i.iblished "without any shadow of doubt* thai Sister Anthony was ns Ii) British forces." %  lbs buQei cool I been tired from rani and ':, .' i >M. i from British roreea were tiring. I th.it the Mother flu | and Sisi testified tl aaan Ith Betge Anthony Jui til Snd they "eni%  Egyptian* th' ., n) ftther .I the time of eh,, inni r gaf Kill WIND OENEEATOSS may br.ot Bridal Electricity Orld TBS 100 kw wind Bewared c'lerater. I"*"* hy the North of Scotland Hydro-Electricity Board in th' Orkney Wand", will be on test daring th* tflntsr The EQtcBlns Is driven by >>Ides egaipped witli variable pitch mechanism so that use can be mads of tin lightest winds and -o that no dint' will be caeaed daring strona sal** Th'sssg* used te control tks iseed of tht \afioitalints N %  i.r iz ilslan Nallonaliil-. killed n and wrecked ;i irai hat his Neo Deslour Paiiv i prepared t., H|ht rfench nil.. %  i The policeniaii's -l-ying brought wit] toll m the recent i nationalist dashes to is dead and 64 wounded Hi 'i tiy Nationalist* who pHaeajtrl %  pofiee patrol at i port f i'.i/' rl Sousse and Sfax The and the Irsln, %  rreU)M rhe locomoi %  ...l,t Nationalists rg >r > pepei In Ihe n -uiy opened toDse warning. Police the Nstionsllst strlko is relatively ineffective. tsport was operating nag* in work th.ni )>' led -rl' was da turned ardi I.OUf s // WAS ltt\lrll\ .. ... %  %  Trinidad on Thuteday evening . i miiiUiv lit the other II N A I u prepared to spend deTence total of $iu.457.ooo,ooo •it "f combined budgets *12,7,MJO.OtHI. us. defatted eav to sot of the l et without counting the amount r Porelga Aid which will purpa < i sCsa -i ither NATO count! es is aboul J*3I% ..f ih.n total %  .,11 ; %  %  for

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Iiarba<>o
ESTABLISHED 18BS
Barbados Score Innings
Victory Over Jamaica
Tail Curls Up In Iran Goes! House /w
To Polls iP*ft*p'y
WEDNEfr) \Y. JANUARY 23. 1952
Fourteen Overs
(By O. S. COPPIM
. BARBADOS yesterday defeated Jamaica b> an tantngl
and 167 runs when the Kirst Jamaica-Barbados Test ended
at Kensington. To Ba -badoV firsi innings total of. 753.
Jamaica replied with :ill in their first innings and having
been forced to "follow on" 442 runs behind, were all out
yesterday for 275 runs.
When play end-d on Monday Jamaicu had :cured 243
for the loss of six wickets and yesterday needed 1u-9 runs U>
wipe ofl the balance.
But it only took pace bowler King and slow spinner
"Boogies Williams 4H minutes lo claim the other lour
wickets for 32 runs Kinn look one of these wickets and
Williams three.
King's figures fur the 2nd innings were 180 4M 45R 3W
and Barker's were slightly under these but nevertheless
good by Intercolonial standards. These were 140 2M 51R 3W.
C. "Boogies" Williams who also secured a bag of three
wickeu finished with these figures 25.50 ftM 65R 3W
YKSTKRDAY'K PLAY
Barbados opened the attack yesterday with King from
the pavilion end and "Boogies" Williams from the screen
end.
The wicket was still firm but was taking spin and at
least it seemed to pusses* no terrors for the batsmen Mudie
and Miller, not out overnight 4 and 9 respectively. Mudie
signified that he was comfortable by getting back or. his
wicke* and pulling a shortish one from Williams to the'
square-leg for four.
H? got another boundary from King, having played for-
ward to a good length one but only got the bottom edge of
his bat to it but the ball Hew through the slips, along the
carpet all the time to the rail for four.
But with fifteen runs added to the overnight total of
243 for 6 Mudie was struck in front, playing back to King
and Umpire Foster upheld an appeal for Ibw.- Mudie had
reached the fateful 13 runs. 258 7/13.
Skipper Bonitto joined Miller, the latter of whom was
dismissed two balls later without addition to the total. He
allowed two well tossed "googlies" from Williams that
seemed like "gifts" for a batsman with Miller's reach and
hitting powers, to pull down to the unpolieed long-on bound*
ary or at least in that direction But Miller would have
none oMhagi .< .
In direct confront to his reserved attitude towards those
two baits on his pads, he slashed at a well flighted top
spinner outside the off stump later in the over It was no
surprise to those who saw the stroke, even if it did surprise
Miller himself, that the ball took the edge for King, the
solitary slip, to take a copy-book catch to dismiss him for 14.
Pace bowler Goodrldge now partnered his skipper and
seemed out to force the pace. He made a few big hits by
way of warming up. He did not connect, neither did he
seem worried.
Mnrshall replaced King at the pavilion end and (!ood-
ridge after dabbing forward inquiringly at ihe first two
deliveries and having been beaten, hit the fourth ball hard
and high past cover for four runs.
Goodridgo
TEHERAN. Jan. 12.
tuardtd 84 polling place*
ui Teh* ran a* vom> e*st thei
i irie human national
ntarj tkaction. Earl)
reports *aiu lhal mltnl H'l quiei
lnd order 1> No inrutcnu im
*cpo.Wd. but police guard* were
posted i pulling placet lo guard
again*! Conimiml.-i-NaUoiu.Un
clashes.
Vstei lined up outbid? voting
BftaMl Back man took less than
w minute to vote. A Seven-man
Board rioted tha voter's name,
aid number, and occu-
pation, then Ihc voter dropped
his ballotmarked with the
> of 12 candidates, into an
IB" by 12" sealed metal "Ballo:
box.
D) iiiid-morning it was esli-
iiai.ii ihat 11.000 votes had ieen
an.
Bullotmg in the national elec-
tion., takes place in different dis-
trict* at different time*. Teheran
important because it Is the
stronghold ot Premier Mohammed
Mossadegh Nationalist Front.
The Nationalist Front Is strongest
In the Mosque and Hazaar areas
of the City.
The outlawed Communist Tudeh
party whose members are run-
ning as Independents generally
nimgest In the areas near the
ty limits.
Clashes were feared between the
immunises and the Nationalist
jpporters of Mossadegh, because
e accepted 123.000.000 In
United States Point Four Aid on
Sunday night
Mossadegh who is too old to be
candidate in the national Par-
liamentary elections, will lead
Government and Nationalist Party
officials to the polls As Nntlnn-
alist Party head he will bf eligi-
ble for re-appolntment as Premier.
C.P.
was not impar-
tial in his pun-
ishment. Next
over from Wil-
liams he went
down his wicket
and catching one
of the spinners
on the volley
lifted it high and
hard, first
bounce, to the
sightscreen f'r
four.
Skipper Bon-
itto was next to
go. His dismissal
was not expect-
ed at that time
hams.
+*
" Pltatt tn Ttmtmffr.
P'trov, (Ac other flit U 10'
/allures I"
for he waf
>laying quietly
and getting the
ball in the cen-
tre of the bat
However he
got back on his
wicket and at-
tempted tO pull
short low one
from Williams.
To Governor
ouei
r>n if ilu present Legislative
The House will pre
sent the Ooverntu with the
reply.
A motion by Mr. E. L>
Mottley that the Government
will promise to consider sx
ploring every possible av>rHh-
for emigration be added in
the reply was defeated by a
136 majority. In this con-
nection Mr. Adams said that
that was only superfluous as
Government was donate iu>
utmost with regards emigra-
tion.
A motlest a* Mr. J. t. MotaVt
that It be added In the repj) thai
(iuTernsncni would consider Bay
prepeasl for a deep water harbeejr
was accepted
Criticism was made against tfc.
Governor's .tatemem thai Civil
Servants should not be over too
freely abused.
Th* reply reads
The House of Assentbl> thanks
Your Excellency fur ihe speech i
which Your Excellent v.** pleas-
ed to deliver at the Opening of '
the new legislature.
The House is always willing to
onaider proposals far im jessing .
the efficiency of the Civil Estab-
lishment and trusts thai it will be I
possible, at a very early date, to I
take full advantage of the feclll- !
g> On pace S
Lennox-Boyd j K* n, Restrict
May Represent Travel Of Russian
Colonies Diplomats
From Our Own Coimpondaiili
LONDON. Jan. 22.
Colonial representation on She
Working Party set up by the
Commonwealth Finance Minis-
Invcftigate all possible
means of increasing production
I'll) probably be through one of .
the three U-K. Ministers concern-< foreign diplom
ed with Colonial Affairs. I Union.
Although detailed procedure Details have not been worked
has yet to be worked out, it is I , yet but Truman Administx--
.onsidered unlikely that the colo- tlon sources said that the US.
nMs will nave any direct repfe-. n^^ wlU b* just as tough "* the
se..taUoi. on the Working Party .Kremlin s. They predicted lhal
at this rtgfcjgg|l-chief spokes- uw order will be issued soon.
man will probably be A. Lennox- Tn vs ,tecui WASHINGTON, Jan. 22
It ha* been learned that (he
United States officials are driitt-
ing a stiff order to rosist travel
of Russian diplomatc tn the Sal-
ted States in a move designed te
counter new travel limit* Imposed
List week mi American and other
the Soviet
Iloyd, Minuter of State for the
Colonies, who Is due back from
Africa tomorrow.
Colonial Government)* will be
kept rully informed of the pro-
gress made by the Working
Party and their advice wUI be
sought at each stage of the in
He niissed and leeflaBMiai.
Two Sections
The study.to be made falls
to two parts. Pint will come
i examination of the oppor-
nities for an early increase In
productive power of member
On Pag* 7
warPbowIed off
his pad for 5
runs Jamaica's
total was now
275/9.
Scarlett, next
man in only
survived one
ball from Wil-
i.i turn in 1B48 whan Moscow
damped some res^ricUons
foreign travel Officials arc
vinced now however, that Russia
should get a dose of hr
medtcine.-UJ.
U.S. And U.K. Must
Act As Equals
LONDON. Jan. 22.
Foreign Secretary Mr. Anthony Kden said Tuesday
nij(ht it is only as an equ.il thut Britain "can work effectively
with the United EftatM t. build an enduring peace."
Hi ftlso promi.su| 'diiislic realistn- fin urchin. .hm
urrtsofin to put Britain on hei feet sconomicsUy u
the "grevet crisis the sterling area hai faced In its hintory."
Kin-4 Shirts Hoallh
Criais** March 10
l^JNDON.
BueKinghnm Palace
TUesdav night that
!>..'. I ' urn .11. . h.Mlth miIm'
irti Mrnrh 10. He said tin- Knm
i di ii told the Natloni I
iinei lhal the mtereaU "t
|..... i -------
o Miml.ir. that "any
I eparattOO between
Fan. 22. (tt,.ul.l be unthinkable H. BBaad
nMls we can work
"""[effectively ,n partnership with the
S (.. build enduring peace. It Is
iltd Quern will ivi.U.rk at I'orU-
mouth aboard the b
Vani/itard on Man)' 11, ir.Mn*
at Capetown on the SSth
Prlnc- initillonwl but it is IH
that she will accompany them.
r.r
'^lit, the it.', r -.< of Mi. whol.- fnH.
t ... I- self-reliant in
ui mnki
f Thl m-aii* art and foFfntnal
we must reeavar cor erenowii
and the n i
ind ^elf-esteem.'"
u.r
IIAK.\KNSI\i- THK WIWI9
Sterling Aira Spending
Morr Than II Is Earning
RESERVES FALL RAPWM
Confai DUDOOweeawsl
uad Qm in.
MKMHKHS of the
Finance laaBattaVa Whicl
l"\s ui.-. statement:
wa legNagnlM thai thesti l i a very
arioui ertaia which, If it i .. with, will
I,.ix < Ml if'.iriuiii: COfl -i .' ii i | The ei lms DAS an: I
,ni i' tin- steiiin^ .11-1 '.< is gsfnriing man than
mnig with i in- result that II serves
liavi- Imiii fallinc at a raj ii i.iti-
niinnin 1 It., r
HI .
MM Whkta ili be
i give i" MerUni "
II must bav t..
i- i,
i ...r,vn.,,.i inai igsj .
Hawed b> naglllis and
vatrlctive iiM-thodi> sloca
bO the Imposition ( i ,,i
n imports from certtdn part-, nf
Ihe world Th.- present difflrul-
Ues of the utorllng .,,.
partly due lo short term
also reflect continuing ttnawrl) n|
peehlasna. Thaee proMems must
uml can be solved. Foi
reason wo are strongly t ihe
opinion that measures taken to
WOP ihe drain upon reserves must
form part of n long torso poUey
designed lo restore and ni;nnt
Ihe full itrength -f sterlina
K>current Kraius
ll quits i last thai
.i, \i, prevent recurrent draigg
i Hie central gold rusvi
teg avarj ounln at Ih
nrenuotSM) lo vnoeavour
\'illiin [lie- me.iii" Ahn n

Un| ires .ih whou mu
oasd in tlii t'ii.liiiw>ui
l in- arieney uf the Uamrdi
tie oltualiun uul iii. i. .t
level of the gold PSBBnai M
11 in re that the alerting Meg t
.i whole ihould be In BesaSM
"in. the rent uf the ,. ..ii.i gl
latest in reaperl ef Uve --<- .1
half of 1952. It 1. Imp.. ,u
that this aheuld la. lude at lassg
a be lame with the d.^llar a.es
^ ill.ui Ilu- mr perled.
ng Ih.
nf
On page 5
Solemn Mass
Held For
Murdered Nun
ii i
He wa*. out in similar manner to Miller He Hashed
his bal at a well flighted top spinner outside the wicket,
snickeu and Kim; in the slip came into the picture again
with a simple catch.
This closed the Jamaican Innings for 275 giving Barba-
dos victory by an innings and 167 runs. Four wickets had
fallen yesteiday fur an additional 32 runs.
The Second Test opena tomorrow.
Schooner 'Zenith' Overdue
THK 87-tOO schooner Zenith with a crew of 11 has been
reported to be about one month overdue on her voyage from
Barbados to British Guiana. Two Barbadian members of
the SPtw were Frank Gibson and Frank Richards who were
learning navigation With the Zenith's skipper. Captain P. A.
Tannis.
The Zenith left lJ;,rbad-_.
since December 19 with ;. load thlWgfh Ihe timber-, by the
of -done for Spring/lands. British pump-.
Guiana and m due to arrive at Th* schooner P<*>1. local .Rcntt
B.C.. about two or three dava of Zenith told the
before Christmas. Advocate yesterday that they
i had not heard from the vessel
Captain Every of the schooner Sines she left Barbados tor
Marlon Helle Wolfe wWeJl Brlttttl Glltana. The Haiboui and
-i rived from British OuianaMimplr.if Department had n.
yesterday morning, said that knnwledre of her whereabout!.
when he was leaving British
Guuna on friday last nothing
was known up to then of ihe
hi-re bouts or the Zenith.
He -aid that her agents in
British Guiana cabled other
west Indian islands to find* out
if Captain Tannis had stopped
on his trip down and replies tc '
the agents were in the negative
23 DIE IN
PLANE CRASH
D 1/ W1FTH New Je
wrylng 23 persons crashed
' and apartment build-
Captain Every 'aid that he|i" -i"1' exploded here Tuesday
heard that a steamship passed killi?^ >U aboard
the Zealth about SO miles off' Building* were -et <.r
B.O.. light and communications at least nine of their occupanu
passed between them to the!-verely bunad. The Airlines
effect that the schooner bad | listed as a passenger Judge Robert
sprung a leak but the crew wore' Patterson farmer Secretary of
cootrwUUtf the water seeptnc War.CT,
B.W.L Central
Authority Urged \
Fni. Our Own Carrrajanetnl
LONDON. Jan. 12.
The suggestion that the Colonial I
Omce should give a lead on lun- |
ited lines to enable a central.
authority for the British West,
Indies to be established in the
Caribbean n contained to-day in
New Commonwealth edlturisl
I learn that the suggestion is not
likely to receive any official back-
ing however at least until after
the Caribbean Federation Confer-
ence to be held here later this
year If at that Conference Brit-
ish West Indian territories indi-
cate a desire for a Colonial Office
lead then and only then Is it like-
ly lo be forthcoming.
The New Commonwealth says
thai the deriiton of the Regional
Economic Committee to postpone
until April the selection of a Trade
Commissioner and assistant In
London may be taken as a com-
mentary on the present state of
official co-ordination in the Carib-
bean
The Regional Economic Com-
Ittee cannot provide the desired .
central authoritywhich Is des-
cribed as a regrettable fact-but
which is Illustrated by the pro-
Kial to vest executive control of
de Commissioner services In
* Comptroller for Development
ltd Welfare in the West Indies
Single Authority
Until some single general au-
thority Is set up. It is easy, says
New Commonwealth, to predict
the difficulties that will be en-
itered in finding men and
creating machinery to carry out
the increasing number of common
tasks.
Plans for Caribbean Federation
have provoked a division of local
opinion which does not augur well
for the Immediate future but the
value of functional co-operation
in several important fields grows
dally dearer.
U.S. Lead Nations Of
IS.A.T.O. In Defence
(By EDGAR < i \kk.
l-ONDON.Jan. U,
The United Stata* will ipand almoat '> tunai
for castitfice in th* c r the other North Atlan-
ta- Tnaat) "'inines combined.
Piif.ii"
1M2-1] i udgei of
. than sy caOusg
......
i All.('
British military kpoki
that solciiii
I
Aiitliuny. tng Aaeirb iB nun killed
inaS during the balUe
BTllSBh irawps and Lg>p-
iholic church -'t
Mosscar l.y a senior nstUtarj
Roman Catholic .hunhin..i.
The hu i ith nuli-
c. ^l^^ds of the late nun and
military contingent acted as
i .mi
Minister.
ha told
t ontar* nea la Caara las:
Mention by Egyp-
>i.iblished "with-
out any shadow of doubt* thai
Sister Anthony was
ns Ii) British
forces."

lbs buQei cool I
been tired from
rani and
':, .'
i >M.i from
British roreea were tiring.
I th.it the Mother flu
| and Sisi
testified tl
aaan Ith Betge Anthony Jui
til Snd they "eni-
Egyptian*
th- ., n) ftther
.I the time of eh,, inn-
i r
gaf
Kill
WIND OENEEATOSS may br.ot Bridal Electricity Orld
Tbs 100 kw wind Bewared c'lerater. I"*"* hy the North of Scotland
Hydro-Electricity Board in th' Orkney Wand", will be on test daring
th* tflntsr
The EQtcBlns Is driven by >>Ides egaipped witli variable pitch me-
chanism so that use can be mads of tin lightest winds and -o that
no dint' will be caeaed daring strona sal** Th'- sssg*
used te control tks iseed of tht
\afioitalints
N i.r iz
ilslan Nallonaliil-. killed
n and wrecked ;i irai
hat his Neo Deslour Paiiv i
prepared t., H|ht rfench nil..
i
The policeniaii's -l-ying brought
wit] toll m the recent
i nationalist dashes to is
dead and 64 wounded Hi
'i tiy Nationalist*
who pHaeajtrl pofiee patrol at
i
port f i'.i/' rl
Sousse and Sfax The
. and the Irsln, rreU)M
rhe locomoi

...l,t Nationalists
rg >r > pepei In Ihe
n -uiy opened to-
Dse warning. Police
the Nstionsllst strlko
is relatively ineffective.
tsport was operating nag*
in work th.ni )>'
led -rl'
was da
turned
ardi
I.OUf s // WAS ltt\lrll\
.. ...


Trinidad on Thuteday evening
. .
i miiiUiv
' lit the other II N A I u
prepared to spend
deTence total of $iu.457.ooo,ooo
it "f combined budgets
*12,7,MJO.OtHI.
us. defatted eav
to sot of the l
et without counting the amount
r Porelga Aid which will
. purpa < i
sCsa -i
ither NATO count! es is aboul
J*3I% ..f ih.n total

.,11 ;
for Churchill In
Bed With Cold
nkw vt UUL Jan, 32.
Ir Winntoii ChurcbiU in betl
l about
i
York.

I'.'iMlnll b 1.1
1
Uaruch at whose apsrtnieiU th.-
tder has been lUyim:
" slay there until ho
d Una Queen Mary
aurea
: .
M. I1

n i He
lien Mayor Vincent

-rr.
.
U*J .al^^it S3.640,OTM.OOO out of
lotal bsidaal of tii^so.ooii.noo i
I i I MtfUUnj April I
Snuillrsf Spender
The smallSSl N.A T.i'
who win .
Mlhmg i
get of $2(i.ooo.i" l
the 1
i Utarj purposes,
IBM -Jlo."
tU.62R.001l.0IMi |
panditue-
l
far mads Ihc
Her 1952
lributK.ii was only 2'
..*
tag) for IM1
ised In the
in Europe, Britain has made
the greah
outlay. She planned t..
her 1931-32 defence "i* I

ISS2-S3.
u.r
Red$ Reject
t \. Compromise
Korej.
Jan. 32.

Command of plotting to break
.bs and
bullets,"
Allies offered to accept the full
HU for armls-
tadg would
agree to a ban M
u
.
made aJthi


srsr prisoner-

safeguarding
camis fr. I* T.


TWO
HAKK.UMIS AUVOCATK
Wednesday, mnuam a. i
QaJub CaUinq
i
>etun-|
i knw of the .uiUi..
Lcket oCgciaLs w,.i
ng il.t guests present.
First Meeting
Mb .
it M-
. .
>
......
... I Mr. rukt
In Utirbados mtUci ua.
. rciich Consul, Trinidad
i
i*t.uebc and tbetr eon
Legm-bc u French
inldag.
in Haiua-
00 .1 short visit.
.'rupoacd Weather Station
WOUIANDO L. A.
.
.v.. iUoo ui Um
who has just

- .
COIWENT..tCMniwt
- or i *. i.im-
ut*i t thai .>
beva U llimk lie
loan to hrla Umm hi-rfi
nc-
a
Implied Compliment
LOM
I) orrf: Ihh L\ llrilaiu's
I in 'ISM) Trll tart.
M Marriajjr
This if is

.11) HDffKI KW0C)
. MH il the
. id lime
..ii B-r^Tint that because b* 'hc vlclun ot wft-ciw-d mar-
one it British one can be counted riaiis* " >
on to posses* certain character!!. ""' member? of the Royal,
tic-.. r-haractenMio, Indeed, so Commission on Mama|c and
md so good that if !
in fact we all of us pnMmil These letters n
them we should have no unsolved Vati '" roformitis
iirnblains un uui
Christopher Salmon
I B1M.' proKmim
Amei

Returning Today
The Open Sesame
S'hohthand and
seem* to be the Onen Smtnt
: girl hai
mastered that she can go any-
where and never be without
lob. But Ihese day* i th eg
you've got to do two jobs to get
anywhere so in my spare time 1
crooned with s band.'1
Ryder. South Afri-
can gnl *ho u walking her
way round the world speaking
in a BBC progr
Son and Heir
Ilia the ta*k
which the .'ominissUaa. eat up ba
see, hopes to comsk-W by

-,.,. :
body been given such an
,antal tragedies of the
-InjtwUee' Plan
conoemned to Use-
lorit in
liter".
I men sent U
trite* far nol paying Mi.nH.rri
lire meetey U wives the* n.
longer lave have written plead-
ing for lhi 'injustice1 te end.
MR. E. W. HAU-, Secretary _
Accountant. International \i'
Mm AarUo Ltd. and Mr, Prank J. "* COTT
,|*B laidine. Area -Signals Officer of ' *on and heir, born yesterday
.....Uuiu '"'' **n ^npanv are due to re-
' oramh here.
Qrawtand, Barbadian In Jamaica
J THI C-nbb.au Kite Meeting
^lbuTS mlui recently ended with Ihe Ja-
^?ei nuc'' Bo"ollon '""' winning
..I of the prize uabies, Wife Will Follow
net) by Mr. Grlnstoad unoog Qma bang lb. Dawai AMU. NEVILLE WARREN kit
I oronalioti Chal- 1VI vealerday bj B.W.I.A. fur
< nge Cup, awarded to the Armv Trinidad on hi- way To VeneUK-
th Werl Uwlrm wMefa i< |(.am with the hlghot score m la former Hazel
!. half way betwwn practice 5 of th* tth EUcnaidj -ill M fallowing latci
''. '"'"' Napu-r Salford Cbullciis. Cup.
:.. .-M up ii awarded to the Array leain with
iUoo. Ti-y con- (he highest ggregiitc in practice*
aaaae.. b da of com- |, 2. j. and 4.
MBUMsaan to gg) tbg PBDOrU One of the member* of th>
'I team ana Capt r. k n m.., nd training id Gsrrison Adjutant at Palisadoes,
Jam.ucrf. c jpl. Mascoll is a Bar-
. . ' I b......n Hi' "ife u the fonnei
WMU '< sr i... Banfleld. daughter of M
Antigua, Jamaica
liunduiMS.
n of unhappy marriages
R ANb fins f't vnr urai &* l,ild Imw their iwitlook h
" h. ,_ ^. "iff b^n rmbitterrt through becom-
. the. proud parents ^ ^^ wltnftseB OI ^petual
| between fathers and
1
hecouse .they cannot get ill tweed
g BY 1
latvan to the
|. :.,:. -2.(i"U
100 nodal. reUgaMM
medical, and politic-l rganisa-
tiom have sent human document^.
afternoon at 3 o'clock at Dr. Bay-
will lie glad to know thai mothci
and son are doing well.
Thia is a StUng follow up to
Clyde's hurricane century against
Victoria yesterday. The uuocl
was immediately cabled to
.Wl;..li..
Incidental Intelligence
*-pilF ]ii,|.u>t reducing diet
theae day:
ii ..(ford -How-u.
Bvaagng Post."
C hcerful UNM
Thu the evidence already be-
fore the commission Is described
b) Mi K 11 S. Edwards, its sec-
.; ^llllii".
every possible ael of clrcum-
l " .jjjw staiicos that can arise whci
... ------...... ...... if
and llantield of "wilsbiiry" Hastings fioui
and the late Mr. J. L. Banfleld.
Talking Point
poreuij would only
they bore tfaatr
Bernard Sh.i
list
Ladv From England's I
* * IT HAPPENED TO OHC HAN
Wavl Imiiiirl.nil K:mL ",m>M *
Most Imporlanl Bank
At forty-three Miss Joan,
Knight is the ^eornd woman
eSHguUve f Um Banfe yf Englan-l.l
one of the oldest banks m the
werkl ami banker to the moat ,>fl
the overseas Central banks of
the Commonwealth. Her main
task 1* to look after the work-
time interest* of the bank's
3.000 women employee* i i
MtuaUrd in Britain's large cltie..
Joan begai. is i clerk In the
filing uepeilinent. but was soon
transferred to the raahlerV
department. Her neatt step up
was when she was transferred to
the "parlours." the old name for
the rooms and office* of the
Governors. Here *hc became
one of the two women Bling
clerks In the Governors' -uitc
During the war
assistant to Mi K II. D. Skin
(adviser to the Governors om
the financing of indu
orked with her thief day and
lidU. meeting Industrial rap.
to see us. The phrase mar be resentallvea and ihe Governors.
" anillar. So perhaps la the "face. ,,nd '* '" untangling a hoil
of complicated prooscnu eonceni-
Trils lataat beauty is I'rsula "ne induaUi*! hnaace Although
Thl from Gormany, who ''" I'ioikdi job is ....
arrived in London on her way with policy and administration
pi tllin in Hollywood. There in regard to the women em-
ti,. will take her place with ployeea. Joan finds It Interesting
taV other glossy Gardners and to watch over the .development
H... .wrth-hourl types. of the younger members of the
staff.
Ursula is of the Ava-Rita. She has been to the United
May cover-girl school, but States to observe administration
prettier than either. systems there and to strengthen
"' "*M '"'':' '"i''1 "spWOi lafaM Bank -,,. v ,.. ..,
MORE LIKE
A WOMAN'S
CHOICE ...
by EVE PEBRICK
Once again a "most beautiful
woman In the world* hns come
TRUTH ABOUT MURDER
g*rtan rcSTWAV
u*-,!.. cnAsrvriig
TRIGGER TRAIL
FRONTIER LAW
i.oiih\ wnnow*
1-ai.veRT a
TBAMOB Mini
B PuuHfi
i prMK
I -..-.-
p
I.
A
Z
A

ANfth UJni
KEKMEU> ft
.!. .1* HAWK'
II.tU MAWSllAi.1
-------;n-
Jwt WYMAN *
Mil M .INN, All
CAIETVS'SSS
i AliROTT -. I- COSTBJ
hi or mux inn a
KAMA- aAi as
.Cloii Anafc- UUPI-HV
n. -* rs*
V.m.(>r SW.rt.
B.B.C. Radio
Programme
(lection between husband and
'.urned to bitterness.
ire cheerful letters, loo
]i,issnm wants to know
. ..
as falls.
Although MBf of OM
rrallae that no legal reform can
now help them, they are anxious
(the same disasters be-

T>. Save Others
\ WOMAN 111' 75. living in Seot-
. i>tc th.it
I ml when she was
j.i Two yean, later, the union
tip and she could never
gel a divorce.^ Her object In
writing, she said, was to save
from going
through the 5U years of suffer-
ing she had endured.
A GIRL Of 23 compl-uned thai
she faars marriage for herself
tttlg down because
throughout her childhood she
1 flea with bickering pa-
renl who longed for divorce
but could not get it.
[ the latter wrttara arm
l-e Invited to appear b
n and answer questions
1 from What '"'.H :,t,e Thai?" ^"should" say. :;6h. I "Sd','thal the ^cie.U buUdmgP Whcn mM> Pa"y tnU yBr"
illed his 'purpose- dWnl mind '' much," with the ||,i,.rf,.. w.(ii ,,. a 11) nu >uragL frankness,
..ii or oiM who ..hi tndui
tain amount of lortu
i I hi nol going to quarrel
whh the man-tailored title.
"Win-Id's most beautiful."
For this reason: I believe that
the male multitudethe photo-
graphers, artiats. dress designers
and so onwho always pick the
beauties, are getting warmer. n"ii"~na
Onc upon a lime a "world Sanaa, u io
bc.uly" had to appeal to men asr is a
nnly Then wB got the crop of "._. _ i ^
clanic profiles In the Lily T*aym^g?t^T?,* ^ '^^
tradition; the "shapes" usnt orrhMO.. i pm c.".r-'->
like Camilla CUfford; the cold- " w^- s is p m Bandy MacPhn-
just, bluc-and-gold stud- J^J'^^-TTss* p m^'Lul,"- -
es vt the Coopers (Gladys and seuvMiire r 'uw
i ay ss. m.
v chi>ic. ii a
C.I.. ^i 11 iioi.ii Thi
m. Ni
11 It H 4S.U M
>- GLOBE I,
^
lor Ihr Best in Movies
'<.
miiiv um tomorkow
IS 3ll l-M
SUSAN HAYWARU
DAN DAILEY
GEORGE SANDERS
"I CAN GET
IT FOR YOU
WHOLESALE-
BY THE WAY..... By Beachcomber
4 OI bo fell off a i balna lot chestar. more as a joke than .in.-
knrai In trhat w.is yesterday tiling else, tapped his dt u
aUSD-V hoDDW. We an now the tuning-up. ajj I
the ,m. taking pOU 0V to the rtiammotb anyout at home?" To bj
,,,n- protcss) meeting of the Grocers' prise, a head was thrust through
llg n rubber costume, like the Union at the Cannon .street Hotrt, the top of the drum, and out step-
i Sn Edward Trough's ped rather a lolly v\f\ V.
ii Where will the sand garth are you?" asked the drum-
; i lilnoiy wuidow on 'Ul *' sugar eOMM Irmn'" mer. Melani'." vimchsafed the
i try you an A'ngh Swimmf ""cy visitor, perching
One a MUSICAL composer has ,- .f*.' l ..
red back too hard. J\ p^ ^^u^ um Engush *<>t'""r< '" '* "" "'
... I unce.i nut of the window .nit(l,n.. ..u- !..^.i,g th. n -Angl.- Ht 0bjm rh.- nagaj) ofd. Pbt. I
Hut I .. in h..ij Ion gagioa poise," and behaving like ""** sold he had rv
.; i not atop ihrsn ,tti.utfui Latin racesall iouse for a bet.
auiranai da) hgatcrhl and wild emotionalism. (Ncv.
Ugntl rret I uttitudo foi Down m de Foreot something
i the village, and still Angio-Saxoy (wh.(:< stirrwl.
ool went on be) al a concert is. generally l*Tmt It ir/ir/i vim go tloivn"
I gardener speaking, cane of faint disapproval. *-vxKulil) tii db at dreaming
puntrtured UM turl with a bodkin, but not of active disgust. If auk- II ,, muinkJh It. hmuhfc
ad ,.fter a pl.-ce. 'How did you ^^ k
.1 from what a retired Ilia
^sey.''
I Iinth
AVE'i
:-tep in
Lady Diana).
but I doubt whetlit, other
M.illy understood what
the run wciv raving about
Beai ii>
KS<
ajsahn
i-i.i.
I wm six:
tup Wawa;
M-Jil
CaUing
S.U M.
ii*Jin He)
Kecent choices understood by
women: Vivien Leigh and Hedy Jj*''1
but few others.
L.KS.
n Ovrr to Vmi. Ill pn
ur.. id p > guteat of
S p i" c-cn|u-*r l Uis
p in Til- I .
TtM Naui. to 10 p m KTncn Id*
rsilorUli. IV IS p .. Mid W*>k T*|k.
10 30 pm Muchuvs -inl W-!Uut*
__:_
I his duty to do so; and fiom the aouth. Then ^-.-.uccl,
lln..lf" *"---"* ^.^-. 1.1.*, m ...I....T.. ^^^^^^i
nut groaning like
: and unstable Spaniard.
'"iicrl
W'l
t
Aitli aJ

' tho traveller who approaches BaaH -' >-_ m Koon
gasman who
limbed
the course of "-
.vith some hesi- lU-huviimr ul
tS&JZ2l-W*" >- " -f*
,,, | "AiukHSuon" or nd. don't and hurtlmd br a.-. ..nlalncrs.
. lUlernanl. Thcr. -cranpany tho orclioMra Mtii a i th.- olivlom v,l,itl.,i,
inii an like - '"' "'"'"-diddlo-diddlr. du.-thli. -Mjn ud
SSj .(ldl,-diddl^l-la-u-l.- don't work.." .aid a planner
H. .;,.! r7v!ia h ..noV'tuT. >** J- >~ "i "vr '!5'1 f '-'-"-.ntmenu o. th. mid-
I... ii OM railway. bl" aw" ,""" ""';' " <"** dlo-acd.
S5kXiS? SSSB? SuSSf * viSS JK-ta S^S crossword
4 SKmiJ'f'ii.'V.t
TH"'' /"" "".*' hands clasped nut too convul-
? "p in riis s(.u,-r li/iiu- n.h. Nev.-i draw In your
iFiir. (ike a surueoa of an breath .sharply or cry "Oooh!" at
lu'ii- he looks loiiii ' piercing high imti'
thcmphf/ullv at a /ace he is Smart- UUek'* fun// />/
pOM-MENTLNG .- Ml- cm-
C) gnd disillUanceieT^Jooi-n S?w,lBlcvuJ?I *%J!7gg $
uow. .nd jigs,, 2ud: ^-iV^^
" .' .. I think it is because uwitei. ..re
about nuthiiifi becoming more priggi>h and PLBld, 0nlKamusr
. I read that n man hail satictinnniion I ( \\\, lend r.J-x, his for rs.miuic
bm llnwl for "Kissing a exagger..te pelt} CXUSC IB aehooU, Noun- |4|
1 nalutalK. -'io w-.ole world of big & V^** 'S'^tTaV -
i lleibyshire Nail uusineas is based on cheating. ..ddttiposits-te.
' rtun Drama 'y'n*t. and thieving, and the buys IS. ouusaeous. tltl
,,.. of today ,ire the busmen men of '"; Li.^"^ JJ, Drsseot dsr- 0|
this event was a China- >">orrow. They cannot begin too ft Nothing nii<-
ii icant to writ* grass >juig.
I Yead the item again. ** running
i that the lad kissed 0 widespread is the erase for

vi-bitiie n.u>. u ,,,,.,. u. ,..:/..,,,.i la London, S.W.1, baa
strike a dominant note; the cheer- in, um.mission.
tt" Room IVnil 'v,'g. narrow,
eth century. A broad road driven panelled, and on the ilr.-t rtoor.
., private
room

In Weniiiuutci, and th>
commission will l*o sit m Gdtn-
burgh.
|.i'-. Problem
ted carnpahtMfi will
that opponunini
.
nil.it,i when lhare m children,
consent
if both partial agyag .md aj|a|
< < ui( investigation.
I1MIMST8 propose that wr
.i it.\<-d proport
of their husbands' Income by
law. ami even suggest that
inMgislialev ataavlkl lareaM
ployers to pay the mi
to the v
AMTI FI.MINIMTN.
n eornraand that only
:.,.
petltionad aganall a guilty hus-
i .md ihi | divorce
nee.

. u lurnt
HoshlSi ooSd aasE h > Nl < U
II. Caaaasboni Loos but not from
i sf
?>. Peat i
la. MeJicinal auaaUli. (41
Itewo
t, Maascta- tt)
1. lAoOad ma tMfors
I
rtueh n girl Cf words made up of initlali
1 thai we hall soon be speaking
Um a CtsaMM and wTrttng a new kind of itiort.
.an. the hand. If you want to refer to the
call them. Australian Teat team, you will
ItA> Hafll pOefOM has nay ATT. The permanent eeo-
,'iliii will nomic crisis will be PEC; the
deseils into fertilu auU rising cost of living, HCL. the
in a matter of hours. begtnnjiig of rammer time. BST,
Saharu-booin-de-ay! Within a find so on. Tho seventh marriage
ul farmer, slap- of u Aim star wdl be SMFS
X- italters with a MINISTER happening* continue ia! amitd -* a b*li7
J to worry orchestras The 1st- ta. Tho poorest.
U>e entrsne--
4. The .-------------- .--
4. pffospltatea J3. (31
hi ldoiiss M that is. (61
tPart Of OUr le.riniinriil. Aimoiria but M>tiii. (at
NmC all the set oulr part. J.0I
IS. W o transport. (A)
1*. (.let a pPiin* and be kept 111. (fil
is. Piaea of rerresttinans. (SI
J
rttch, will ba
ctias out of his con
leu til> win u
Irteh. seeking
i.
has-
orry orchestras The lat-
or eat Is a fall of piaster "which eov-
somo ered an orchestra in Leicester ^
sand with so much grit that It had to K i'm
, finds stop playing ^ i~-Q>i7n;"* iViiiaiViifa: mg.ii:
:<*. And what Instrumentahsts are becoming *- "*: '5w-Sq,?l?*ViJ WFuii'
Ight when n Tlbbu wry wary. A drummer In Man- R"2..'ft *CT*1'saJir '
We can supply you with ..
al
lill.H Bill SHIS
SCKCBKIN'C. BKI Silts
I M \IIHV BRUSHES .
B wi) BBOOHB ................
! OOK (HUH IMS .
UISK BKOO.MS ........
D.II.T.....................................
77r.
3c. & 51c.
2Sc.
c.
BUB
73c.
10c. oi.
24c.Tin
T. R. EVANS & WHITFIELDS
Dial 4220
YOUR SHOE STORES
ITo get away from the cares of the
home and the cares of the day
SEE A MOVIE J JKE THIS "'
EXUKKMBNT THAT POtXBS UTTII
TME SPEED OF A snilXMi.lMll!
OPENING r'BIUAY
Rieti :
ifcJl
I-.- >;.
IANE POWELL DANIELLE OtMKlU
WE HDEll COREY rERHSNOO UMAS
. -..o~.VIC DUMWIE a.
EMPIRE
ANOTHER GLORIOUS CHAPTER rROM THfc.
MASTER PRODUCER ....
M'M m m
I" ! LOVC'S
"""M an
ALFRED HITCHCOCK'S
rangers
TO-DAV A TOMOKHOW
i<5 Jk n.31)
DM.Killl
Vann-heart nl
SODEARTO
' MY HEART
m-xjtii, jafTf Jim.; r.: m
oriMXIi l i:l 2.30 St 8.30
t<

MamsHWUiaaBi
NIMK1UI L.'ll
WKMnotncaii
PAL. 1'ANINfc DaTIaWriVI
Saturdays
Hero
a y^-vsl}^-'?" I
ROYAL
TO-DAV ... TUMURROH
4.30 al 8.1&
Pur^inuunt D..ubl..
Alan I^DD
Gall RUSSELL.
IN
s. oiiuk-
I Csyiea* ia
!**
I'm. ONtVI M( a Ml
Hcpubla- n..i.l.li-
>....>. Fair
t.Ofl* (>... T
AND
HSVi \,KI II
with
itobcrt ROCKWELL
KtintKT
HALKtK
!! A7A BTOWN FRIDAY 2.JO.4.45 &8.30p.m. |
-/-' m DIAL 2JI0 *"d Ca.Mi. Osrfy 4*5 & t.30pm 1
-SllttSCI II* ON 4 I RAIN "
OLYMPIC
IX1-OAV A TOMOKKOU 4 J A- 8.1a

ALAN nnii In - -
-IIIIKi
-IHI CHUAER$"
Kith Kim HIl.tOXSON LORLTTA TOl'NO
DUI IU0t.
WALTZ-
Slarnng ;
Ray MIL-LAND Audrey TOTTER


ui DNE8DA1 I \si \ll\ li. Hit
IIIKH.IIM.n AOVOCATE
PACK TIIKI.K
Remove Top Limit On
Sugar Production'
LONDON. Jan. 10,
Criticisms of the Commonwealth : nanl U9
a the sugar Knot m London,
who have now had lime lo study fully the long and compli-
cated text of the Agreement.
" \ bnlon in rtrrj knnpuirk up lo rlalr I>. < ininiint|
genial
E1SENHOVER
Lord Lyie of Wcstbournc. pirs-
(! and LyU\ hu par-
ticularly attacked the provision:
"f the Agrcwnant which raatrict
*ugar experts by Empire produc-
ers and which are thus a restric-
tion on production.
Don't restrict the production
if the Empire." he dec 1.1
a moment should be wasted in
While sugar Miporti from the
i inducing territories are
limited under the Ann-
2.375.000 torn a year, he point-
out. somethinit like 3.250.000 tons
0 year are needed to supply Em-
pire importing countries. Con-
Mimptinn In tfio United Kingdom
alone, when sugar is taken off the
ration. f* estimated at 2.550.000
- | -
Milder Criticism
Milder eriticiun com
rum*" which com-
maati i he tetsMM niiiy appear

In-rent m .my scheme involving
ID quotas and fixing of
pr*......tatton bo costtrigldi-
1 M Which in Mii .-. .-< i! .iv '- the
ii m than are wide
difference-; of costs between the
exporting countries though there
a ill Ih- 0M unif.i: m |nn I
arin van i
clatW providing that dcflrlen-
ciei by an>- exporters
taken up -Juri U.K.
be Increased and
.! arrangements may
if an International Sugar
Igned.
Than will be inamillallossi on
how otili. - met if
Iha United Kingdom Government
deckles to cense to be thr sole
importer of rugaithough, in-
deed, the probian might not be
eaaflr," '*' paper fay*. "These
not difnln-
1 h the rigidity of the
Which Will Ik- examined with a
carefulU pi Ueal eye both Inside

From
i mm oral i fa the
^ (IS..11 \
ii rrnde and Cue-
lom ha
the text Of the
i i beta '
ii soon as pi
Hi 1 .iidon dis-
cuaglona minwcii.tri
..'; I
, ..in lu ii.il, nit. i iti factory t .
ii-Un.l Sugar Board ami
..hi sugar
l '-i n.ti.r.
V2 Dead. 61 Hurt
In Week-end
Plane Crashes
CHICAGO. Jan. 21.
At least 42 persons died and 61
were injured in three week-en.!
'irjOaiw crashes Into a
mountainside, a prisoners' bar-
racks, and the moonlit North
Pacific Three others wara feared
dead, but 12 survived West Coast
near Port Angeles.
Washington, ami at Saci.um nt...
California.
Seven survivor., told gum .-lor-
lag uf tin' Airlift H.C.4. which smashed Into
M '"opted an
landing at Sands pit
Uuccn Charlotte Islands.
The seven described how 56
including two civilian
pilots and a stewardess froze or
drowned in Iha cold waters before
help arrived.
Three other men were feared
dead in Uw cuivli of a I) I
Plane which plunged into Tyler
Peak near Port Ant* it- irhOe 0
turning from the i-cciic of the
d.c | i raata
In Sfteramento, a It 25 light
flapped down" on a
Billing six per-
Mjurlng 01 otlui Tl
crash occurred minutes after Um
3 prtaonera had returned t<> thali
barracks from their noon meal
Survivors of the sea craft were
taken to MrChord Airforcc Base.
Washington, where they gaspcu
Md their story of "death by slow
motion" in Ihc ley North Pacific
Thev were rescued by an oull>oard
motor boat manned by volunteers
who been their cries for help.
The plane, chaffered from
Trans-World Ail lines by the Army
was flown l>> a Northwest Airlines
crew. Servicemen were returning
on an cmer-
i i . I< :iv< .
An Air Fore Medical team
searched for the three missing
of '' ' ewe i'laiic
toughed into the Olympic
on return ttieht from
ol the i'*' redh.M
Handbag With
Articles Stolen
A HANDBAG rantaiiung III In
other artlci.
lies wii stolen
H
Co Ltd I between
and iom bji
ftffl 11 i~ lh.- v>n,v*-H
Plisaonnaau of the Marine Hotel,
i
ported that two pieee_of
. wood valued Cl 17s.
were stolen from his wot
the same addrv
day and Sunday.
sheep and t*o laml I
alen from the encUwed
yard of Mabel Bishop at Martln-

1 00 and 1.4ft OJ
kai prcejetty,
Mr G. C Bratl '
Plagd iUon, St Andrew, re-
ported that a tarpaulin valued M0
(ran .i netei
iiBaVPtta Plan) itloo jrafd bel eeen
7 00 and t>o BJtl on ne.-etiib.-r
22 The i i*te*i on
Monda> It la the pi
Messrs S. P. Musson. Son Co.
1 I
WORRIED
DEATH SENTENCE
Dan Barry Draws
Flash Gordon
Vgruiitoitlt- W ill
Fighl In Gt'riiitui)
itKiu.iN. Jai
champ
''
ny against
a eight Itichard
.-., .'.. I I'.Clf I'"!.'
Agramonti- will inc.-
tierman boxer who out-
pointed Germany*! Max Schmel-
ing In 194B in the last fight
'.he former German world cham-
it rounder
i "irg. West
I
; i i na idea, LCuroi
. ..f Apranini U
York rnaiiM.ier <
the Cuban hcavywcighi
Inoe arriving in
Europe lab last fall. In an
eirlier tight aj
heavyweight Wllcon Kohlbrecher
I 'e scored an easy knock-
r.r.i
L.K. IVoops Comb
Egyptkn GttveB
Imm- llitltliii Arms
UK ll-Qi -. WOTl CAJtAL /.ONE.
J.m. 22.
A BrltM oHht.il> n
:,,, aid that paratroopers
. ni.i.'s gun battle
British troops and Egyp-
rorifts died Inst night.
At dawn, two tattalion* of tba
tetli Independenl rnrachutc Bn-
by IH gather Kenneth
....
,l( .. naeter) where more thau
6,000 munds of anli-aircraft sbelU
.mi. (. Bntlsn
tlwl theatres close
to the cemetery would be searched
by paratroopers fOf hldaCCI aim-
i Ismailta
10 co-operate In the
search by sanding a Moslem rep-
lawinlatUi lo be present while
mbOd Uaa ceme-
tery< I .r.i
UNDERSTANDING
POSSIBLE
WASMIXOTON Jan 21
Dutch Premier Willem Drooa
-..i.i aftei a U mlaute eonlea-
.nee with us. Beuel
State Dean Arhesiw
that an undentendlni on a
European -ipi^ari-
ible -f.P-
IVanuiiu Shortage
Hits Guultinula
BOSTON. Jan. 10
The United Fruit Company is
discontinuing it* refrigerated ship
service between New York and
Guatemala because of the shoit-
age of bananas in Guatemala
arising from last year's hurricane.
rbere are now no bananas to
export.' said a spokesman for the
Beggaav,
Frclgnt fervices bet*
Ml New York will luli-
prodncta ^ Guate-
mala has to offerprincipally
r. ffre Banana boats from New
taritng a new run
tn the Canal Zone and Colombia.
-B.I.P.
It would be line lo report that
good-looking, getuul Dan Barry,
who draws the dally adventures of
"Flash Gordon" for King Features
Syndicate, decided lo I-
art!*t because the call was on htm
and he felt his only way of nlc
eras with a pant brush and easel.
You know a *ort of >piritu, 1
llaa, wa^ not the case.
The day Dan decided to earn u
living with a drawing board
the day he met Ossfl "I the moat
lunip n.iiiM'U waallhji men m
I .no riie man anu i
conn.-book .uii-t Thin nia'i,"
I).hi riMMini'.l with vivid logic
' i lot of money drawing
cosnka. i will b.- a aogalt
That might be ... i^slmptilylni
it a little. Actually, I>an always
IkhI written and oiawn, as a boy,
but as h puts it. -when you're
one t.f iighi children rai
imor neighbourhood, you're < .rily
discouraged fium any hopes of at-
tainment on an .(esthetic level."
Born July 11. 1933 in Long
Brnnch. NJ one of eight children
of Samuel and Sally Barry. Pan
. Ha York with his
family when he was eight and
spent hih boyhood and adolescent
years growing up in Manhattan
and Brooklyn. At Textile High
School mi New York, he wrote
and illustrated for the high M-hool
newspaper hu* only for his own
amusement: he hadn't any Idea of
ui.ikiiiK a career of It. He al<
played football, was on the
tumbling team and was so good
with his fists that he reached the
semi-finals of thP Police Athletic
League boxina championships.
In school he wrote and staged
dramatic productions, worked on
the school newspaper and studied
advertising art. "Once I grad*
uated." he says, 'the period nonsense' wbb over. It was unie
to get out and work-mem-."id-
potatoes style, that is."
When Dan got out of high BChOOl
in 1M9. be Joined the Civilian
Conscrv.iiion Corps for an clgb'-
month hitch and was stationed at
Fort George Wright in Bpofcane.
Wash., but ho says that he didn't
do much conserving, spending
most of his time lighting (ot his
unit's boxing team. He also kept
his artistic hand in by drawing
and writing for the CCC news-
paper, but still had no job ideas
about'it
Back in the Ea^t he ah I I
year's Instruction al the American
leboolt but he '
fiddling around wh his young life
He spent a summer as a lifeguard
at a resort near Albany, where he
met a girl named Helena Mark-
It was the custom Of the 'de-
guards to give at least one |UOBt
a day a '"ridiculously Imp
swimming lest before letting him
take out l i not and when Helen
passed the outlandish '
was fascinate,, b] bai M, i dad
up by marrying her in August of
1942.
II anal after the summ.-i was
done and Den was emffcii a
Coney Island as a pitchman KM I
concession "Hurry, hurry.
ladies V gen'lmen... 'that he
net George Mandell, a comic-book
artist who wee. I" Dun's words.
"the rteheet gin in Baa neighimir-
hood." "So I said -This Is for
B says.
"I'd n.v.r ev.ii thought of this
medium, which could combine my
penchants for dramatics, writing
imd artall in one package." Dan
says. "That I could earn a living
at it made it all the more ex-
erting"
He became friendly aril
dell, watched him woi k and then,
when Mandell went into service,
Dan took over sum. of hi
bOOB wurk. labounni; in loilabura-
iion with Mandell's brother. Lau-i.
ho branched out on his own as a
free-lance cartooiiiti fM COinlc
books and he was begimng to make
a good thing of it when he anu
railed into the Army on August.
1943.
He han two and a half year- of
service, including a tratCfa "<
combat on Guam, and worked In
Japanese signal inlelli*;'"" Hi
ulso found lime to do a comic strip
for the Twentieth Air Fnrct-'*
publication, "Bombraik." and U>
liHiary of 1946 was honourably
discharged. He prtmptly return-
ed to comic books and became a
big name In them, doing aucD al
Crime Doea N"< Pay." "Big
Town." "Gangbusters." etc. In
1947 he did the "Tarian" strip fOI
a syndicate and little latM m
nig adueaHonal oomii
bookt (or auah rlienla as the In-
stitute of Life Insurant lb)
ITnlted Slates Pubti- l<<
tat ion branch 0?
ao on. For doing one U.>k, "FlgM
\ lurere, he won i
Freedom Foundation price at Val-
P
.'.
1,1. with Hekne and then tw<
. but In
Bee in midtown Manhat-
t..n whcie in- worh lot
noons tlnouh'i lie
tlnuea his work at night, for, el-
though he works w ilh re
speed and dispabh. be i | i <
taking aiii have
drawings as nrai parfecl

A'ide I
Httle handball ind gwle
m h tune i"i bi
..' .. ii> atapt
back at Coney Island, it has It
1..I-. I] :,r |
rush Oerdaai win t.. apaear
Iiik ill the \di "< ale
Dump Fire Put Out
das tb< Fire Bi
Hill I l Hall,
a fin- which DCOkl ool
in that area.
Pimples Go
Cause Killed in 3 Days
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PAC.F FOl'R
HARBUXI'n ADVOCATF
WEDNESDAY. JAMARV M. 1M
I
BARR\l)0SAml3CrfrE
rt.m\t4 >> '> <>i> C LM. Rr.*< 11 BitSS*tav>
Wednesday .Linn..rv 23. 1952
I OlillllOII tt t'Ultll \* llOII
THE Commonwealth Finance M
have ended their talks held in London
under the Chairmanship of Mr R. A.
BUTLER. Chancellor of the Exch.-u.iier
The talks were h. Id to discuss tin- ver\
serious crisis which faces the sterling area
as a consequence of overspending.
The decisions of the Finance Ministers
have to be submitted to Commonwealth
governments for individual action. The
Ministers however reached agreement on
the principle that the sterling area's pay-
ments with the rest of the world should be
balanced by the end of thin year.
The Daily Telegraph of London yester-
day commented that the free convertibility
of the pound must remain a pious hope at
present but until that goal was attained
the sterling area cannot be said to stand on
its own feet
The Financial Times outlined the four
main lines of attack to achieve convertibil-
ity.
They are reductions of imports, inciease
of exports, drastic methods to curb infla-
tion and loans from non sterling sources
to assist production
The New* Chronicle wjas emphatic that
convertibility was the only way to avoid
recurring crises. Cuts would never do
that.
The Fxpress clamoured that the pound
should be freed now. "The decisions of
the conference it said "have been on the
right road but do not go one step along it.
The Press is in complete agreement with
the Finance Ministers that their objective
is "not only to make sterling freely con-
vertible with other currencies but to keep
it so."
The stages by which convertibility to to
be reached are left to each Goverftment
to decide. These will vary according to
individual cases. But the Ministers have
agreed on certain proposals which they
will put to Governments. The first objec-
tive is that the sterling area as a whole
shall be in balance by the end of 1952. The
second follows from the achievement of
the first which will lead to the free con-
vertibility of sterling and the abolition of
currency restrictions.
The United Kingdom is going to be the
hardest hit by the new decisions. Although
the volume of the United Kingdom's
exports has risen recently by 15 per cent,
imports are 13 per cent greater than
. exports The United Kingdom must there-
tore further reduce imports to achieve bal-
ance of payments. Only more production
and further restrictions will achieve the
aims of the United Kingdom. There are
however signs that the adverse level of
prices which has been affecting the United
Kingdom's receipts despite increased vol-
ume of exports may be turning. Should
this trend grow more pronounced the
period of the United Kingdom's new aus-
terity may be lessened.
If the United Kingdom is successful in
expanding the development of resources
latent in the Commonwealth the process
of restoring the strength of sterling would
be proportionately speeded up.
It is unlikely that the West Indies will
be called upon to tighten their belts, espec-
ially so soon after the magnificent conces-
sions that the United Kingdom has made
with regard to the 1952 price of sugar and
the liberalization of trade between the
West Indies and North America.
But Governments in the West Indies
must and may well realize that the breath-
ing space which the West Indies now
enjoy because of an improved economy
necessitates putting their own houses in
order. The West Indies can and must take
measures to curb inflation which is stead-
ily undermining all the advantages derived
from higher prices for primary products
and from increased pay-packets.
The West Indies cannot reduce imports,
but they can increase exports (particu-
larly in Barbados the invisible export of
tourism) : they can prevent inflation by
passing legislation making any further
wage increases dependent on weekly in-
surance contributions : they can encourage
investment from sterling and dollar sources
to increase opportunities for employment
What they cannot afford to do is to sit
back and watch other members of the
Commonwealth bear the collosal burden
that must be carried if balunce of pay-
ments is to he achieved by the sterling area
by the end of 1952.
WVsl Indiun t'vilrration
SIR,Thanks for publication of my let-
ter of yesterday hut there is one error
which crept into the figures. I wrote that
it would cost 183,000 but it appeared as
Z 180.000
I should like to add that since writing
the above I was pleased to note that Brit-
ish Guiana had rejected the federation
idea by a large majority and it was inter-
esting to note Mr. Raatgaver's argument
regarding the preponderance of votes
given to Jamaica 16 and Trinidad nine.
I agree with him that it is reasonable to
suppose that if it ever comes to pass the
rest of the West Indies vfould be governed
bv the votes of these two islands.
COMMON SENSE
\m<*rira\ \-m Aid Plan To Speed
l>< iYim And Development
II.' \ NN*hn .lom-v
long and bttb
tar. An icy blat nrapt thr rub-
ble of Europe's bomb-shatter**!
. solid grip Batlf-red
trams halted in ruined sidings
through .
spare*! by tht war, ground to a
standstill Im-cbusc there* was no
fuel to turn the machin-
era. undernourished and weak,
huddled In threadbare blankets
rather than go down '-
Farmers hoarded food to m*1! t<>
blackmarketeeri at astronomical
prices in Inflated currencies. Old
people died of the cold in sub-
zero cellars, and Europe forgot
almost that there ever had been
warmth and sunshine, ample food
and secure comfort It wm the
winter of 1946-47
The spring. Ut. aftd --hilly.
lowl] thawed out the iron-hard
soil Hut then came floods, and
then drought And Europe's fin-
ancial raSOurCM afSM exhausted.
Europe's politicians foresaw
chaos, hunger ,n
another hard winter lottowad
They predicted I victory for com-
munism through despaireven
though America had already
given the worltU12,000 million
dollars In food "clothing, fuel. *""
machinery and other emergnn-
aids including loans and grants
runan, who has the key tax*
of co-crdlnatlng the foreign aid
activities of the U S State De-
panaMnt, the Del.-me Depait-
.d MSA. the Ml
DM been bllwed ov*;-
1,430 million dollars to spend in
dal year ending Jmi"
1852. #
And Anierica did now" enters
a new phase of more widespread
but specialised activity.
In the face of communism's
armed aggression in Kcsraa,
Malaya and Indo-Chlna. and
Raid efforts to .subjugate fcuropt-,
emphasis, will be mreeled pn-
inailly towards the develo|>nnrii
of the free worlds military
now IfcaM Euruf*'-
peace-time Industries have re-
born the w.ir's ravages.
TlM job of MSA which Will
end Its work In June. 1*34 i
1- '..I K I
rtomic Assistance to create an
adequate world-wide defence
system as quickly as possible.
To start with, c.ich purtiii-
country will negotiate
separately with M^A.'s local
mission-headed by the Ameu-
great American soldier- r*n ambassador to fix the
statesman, voicing the policy of "mount of aid vital lor IsMi
thg frnted States, on June 5th purposes
947. In a speech at Harvard,
ered Europe renewed aid in re-
.iirn (or Europe's specific self-
help and mutual help so that
Europe should not collapse and
endanger America's prosperity
and security.
So the Marshall Plan was
born, and the Economic Coh>b-
eratlon Administration tamed to
Administer It. Canada. Latin
America and other countries rich
in produce, joined in making
Iheir contributions Soviet Rus-
sia, hurling threats and abuse.
proclaimed it an American plan
of enslavement, ordered her sat-
ellites to stay away.
Today the devastation, hunger
and misery of Europe Is a far-
away memory.
Industrial production i. 125 per
cent of the 1938 level, agricul-
tural production 110 per cent of
the 1938 level, although this is
hardly enough as Europe now ha*
20 million more mouths to feed.
And EC A after disbursing
13.000 million dollars in every
variety of goods, and U
old to 18 European states, their
overseas territories, and other
ifniidlv countries, has come to
an end.
KC A nuietly died on the m
of the New Year. It was replaced
bv th Mutual Sctirlty Agency
which hns recruited | number of
lechnicaj experts although it bai
i -i.iri.--l many of EC As start
In Europe, the new Agency will
Administer the Marshall Plan it-
i-If. till the Plan ends next June
Directed by Mr. Averell Hnr-
At the same time, MSA m
Europe will work closely wltn
the North Atlantic Treaty Or-
i in deciding the size
of the mutual defence pro-
gramme and the share-, ut of
thf burden Then, as NATO
grows stronger, more and more
decisions will be taken wilhi'i
its framework, fewer between
the Agency's missions and indi-
vidual governments.
Furthermore, the Agency wi'.l
dispatch, if called on, production
exM'its to help participating
countries turn out arms more
quickly and efficiently and other
exmrts to examine requests for
specific raw materials and tools.
Second Task is to create a
iiiing economic background for
Ihe fstCeOca programme by in-
creasing the productivity of '11
industries
The Agency and its missions
will encouiage measures taken
by workers to establish free
labour unions, and back them in
their struggle for better work-
IfbJ conditions and ., higr.c
standard of living. It will en-
courage free compel it ion and
alt measures designed t.. ilun-
fcuata trade 'barriers and re*
ItrtcUons. It will discourage
monopoly business
II 'Ui
In Westeio ssaVOM, it will
urge, as an ultimate goal, 'he
creation of a single market. !t
will |ota in the efforts of the
Organinatiiin of European Eco-
nomic Co-operation tfl in-
ffftSsSI Europe's in.dii-.tu.il and
agricultural output by twenty,
live per cent in the next five
years.
T'nrd TaskIn the WestIs
iiu-iurage leading Europeans
in any future plans to establish
the economic unity and political
(-deration of Europe.
Preliminary, though hesitant,
-teps In this direction have
already been taken.
HE EC. and N.A.T.O have
been established Plans for cre-
ating a European army and the
Si uiman Plan for pooling the
coal and steel resources of six
may come into effect in
the not distant future. An agri-
cultural pool may also be
formed.
All these schemes have whole-
nearted American backing. The
United States would like to see
Europe as a united partner of
strength approximating her own.
with all barriers broken down.
and merged Into one single
economic community.
However. Mr Ilarrlman
worried that there Is still a black
.side to t*ie recovery picture.
Goods In Europe, according to
Aj ,ii, m standards, arc not v> '
moving freely and quick
enough, nor are payments.
Europe's Industry, says Amer-
i far too few machines
and th.-y are not efficient; rcsut
is that Europe u producing toe
littleand at ton nigh a price.
The dollar gap yawn*.
Visits of groups of Europe'*
industrialists to study American
conditions have led to immediate
Improvements In production
methods in individual fiictorle*.
Hut tlM general level of outpu
low.
Western Europe, with a popu-
lation of 270 millions produce'
little more lhan a 160.000 millioi
dollars yearly against the 250.0(ic
million dollars by America's 150
million population.
M S.A's activities. though
cover the world. Of the 1.43C
million dollars allocated it f<
the present fiscal year, it ci
spend over 21 million in Lalli
America. 237 mitlum in Asia am
the l'.icillc with a large propor
In,n (oi Koi-ea and Formosa. 16C
million in the Middle East
Africa, together with the 1,012
million in Europe.
And MSA. technical cxpe
will travel the jungles of Africa
the deserts of the Middle E-i*i
and the vast wastes of Asia tc
.eek out new sources of mineral
and raw materials vital t<
i-caimament. Loans and techni-
cal help will be given far-i
countries for their development-
roads, railways and canals will
be constructed, swamps clei
and wsiarvcs built to assist then
extraction.
In that world-wide sweep
activities lies the significance ,il
Ihe switch from E.C.A. to U.S.A
Mutual Security with iU global
demands has Jumped to the fore-
front of the Aiiieiicaii bU pic*
TAFT? THAT\
WOULD BE
DIFFERENT
By R M MacCOll
Vi l.i.l.... On Fieri Sir. .-I |t> I'miir Ktlllls
!"- i-eaiii Joe* Could Tcaeli The
Coal Board A Thins* Or Two
NEW YOKK. Jan 13
TIE only Italian I evei knew
intimately was JOE UK AC-
CHI. sat) kept thejee-cream shop
in my native village.
lie became so popular 'hut
they made him chairman of what
then passed for our local cnam-
bcr of commerce. He was the good
warmhearted neighbour.
Joe finally went buck to bis
village In Apulia, in the heel of
Italy. Rarely has our village
known such a farewell party and
Joe's emotional goodbye was de-
livered in as fruity a Welsh ac-
cent as the valley's could pro-
duce.
I bet the memory of him had
more to do with today's record
of my village than any appeals
r...in" SIR llt'RERT HOCI.IM.
WORTH, the Coal Board chief.
or even SHI WILLIAM
I.AWTIIKR.
Hack home we've more Kalian-
erOririfaj) m the local mine lhan
anywhere else. And they've been
made welcome.
Good /( vou, Abermdu".
I wish rr .e places had known
more Joe Brarchis . We have
much tu be .,-named of In
our treatment of Italian and other
workers Invited over here to help
us in our manpower problems.
That is not sentiment but ele-
mentary courtesy.
They didn't want to muscle in.
Most of them came because of
their own poverty and hopeless-
ness.
Lads At Sea
THE EPIC of CAPTAIN
KURT CARLSEN puts a
needed spotlight on all Merchant
Navy men.
Boys -nil go to sen In adequate
numbers In our own merchant
fleet, but the old romantic "pier
jumping" has ended.
Today the lads take three
months' training at such places
,ts the Service's own schools at
Cravesend and Sharpness.
There used to be a six months'
waiting list, but now recruits
can start in half the time.
"But." TOM YATES. of the
National Union of Seamen,
claims proudly, "no British ship
has been held up through crew
shortaaas."
DOUG1.AS TENNANT of the
Nnvlgstlng u n d Engineering
Officers' Union, tells me that as
far as officers are concerned. It
has been "touch and go" n
many occasions recently.
Tennanl ftopes. however, that
:lie m a pay .igiecment which
operates from the end of this
month will end the drift i.f
officers from the se*.
Captain CurlM-n might hlp a
bit, too.
FROM the board of Trade this
week goes this message to
industrialists exporting to the
United "States; Courtesy is
efficiency.
A senior official of the Board
has been touring America. So
often he heard of British firms
who took three or four weeks or
longer to answer a letterwith
no explanation or apology.
He heard of British Hrmi
requested to reply by cable
answering at leisure by air or
even surface mail. Some British
firms coldly replied they were
"not interested" in American
inquiries. They should be "more
'.utful." the official suggests.
Thev dig their toes In at the
Board about the Identity of this
offtcial
I can't help feeling he had his
tongue in his cheek. Such an
observant and "hrewd official
cannot tie Ignorant of what
British businessmen say of
Governmant departments in the
little matter of nnswering letters
Tough Job
LORD SWINTON
Hi
pro
Mb
boss ol
cation, and that'r
tough, because steel rivals c-oal n>
our most precious material. Sc
plenty of suggestions are com-
ing in on the way steel sliouh
bv parcelled out.
Look what Switzerland docs
with a few tons of brass.
Watches and clocks have made
her prosperous.
The bicycle makers like this
argument. They are being cut
But. they say, war make X
bicycles from a ton of steel
which costs us S0. That's 1
a bike. And from foreign ratal
we get 10 a bike. Isn t that
a good enough conversion valut
to give us the steel we need'
The Hercules people have ;
more romantic argument. Then
agents report that in EaM
Pakistan prcepectivc bud.
grooms arc Insisting on Britisl
bikes as dowries from then
prospective father-in-law.
No bike, no wedding.
Souvenir
JO DAVIDSON, the American
sculptor who died in Fran.
last week, had a riotous night .
the Vavoy which is remembcreo
a generation later. Ho and
( HALIAPIN, the great Russiar
singer, were dining in th<
grill-room. Suddenly Chaliupli
burst into glorious song. The
dkMn were enthralled. Th.
staff forgot lo be shocked. Ann
Davidson?
He drew sketches of Chalispl
I? of them~-on the tablecloth
as the obvious Musco
went through his repertoire.
One of the staff kept the table-
cloth (or months. It might
become historic, he figured
Then It was sent to the laundry
In error.
WASHINGTON
THAT dramatic news from SHAPE may
-nean that wo gay goodbye politically lo|
tarry Truman.
Washington pundits are sure that if Kisen-
'lower Rets the Republican nomination for
('resident at .he party's convention In Chi-
gO this summer, then Truman will not run
gainst him. But if the nomination should
pj to Senator Robert Taft. back will come
"lyhlnni Harry for another battle.
Tuft's supporters are very much undis-
mayed by the Eisenhower news. Says Paul
falter one of Taft's chief campaign strate-
; Ms: "The man who gets the nomination
aiI! be the one who rings the most door-
..ells."
And Taftnot to mention Harold Stasscn ^
>nd Governor Earl Warren of California. J;
a ho also say they want to be presidential ;
iindidatcsis at present in the position of
ampaigning against a man who. as long as
M stays in uniform, cannot himself lift a
!nger to win over state delegations to his
ide. but must leave it all to his friends.
BOWL
AWAY with the bowls! This is the cry of
\merican college presidents. To what bowls!
re they referring? It's all part of a big new
code of conduct for intercollegiate athle-
ics" drawn up by the American Council on I
Education. Among the things they want to
vash out are the highly publicised end-of-
he-season football games played, on New
, ear's Day, in stadiums with such fancy
Mat us the Cotton Bowl, the Sugar Bowl,
md the Orange Bowl.
DEMAND
IF C. S. Forester's ears are red it is bfe-
uise Hollywood thinks about him so much
ifter Peck in "Hornblower" and Bogart-
lepburn in "The African Queen," it is to be
(ichard Widmark in "Singlehunded," one of
lis early novels. But suddenly the long list
A British films winch brought raves has
een broken by "Tom Brown's Schooldays."
'he New York Herald Tribune calls it: "A
eak mixture of sentiment and schoolboy
ranks, with a vague conclusion"
CHURCHILL1
A BIG American magazine publishing
onccrn takes a whole page at advertising
lies in the Washington Post (cost around
_ 335> to tender temperate and friendly ad-
ice to the Prime Minister on how best to
ure Britain's economic ills. Its conclusion :
.'roducc more by using better industrial
nethods and "infusing the competitive in-
entive into British industry."
CHURCHILL2
PRODUCING a spread of ten photographs',
.howing the Prime Minister in ten different
iorts of hattings. the New York Times eap-
dona; "Seldom has one man worn so many."
COMPETITION
SHUDDERING at the thought, Max Hess
< -Kl.ht of a big store in Allentown. Penn-
.ylvania, predicts that America's retailers
itc all set to plunge into a series of price
vars this year "which will make those ol
1951 look like kids' stuff'
WATER
ROBERT KENNEDY, dead in New York
it 67, was not only one of America's leading
leurologists but also one of its most amusing
:alkers. Once he solemnly told a meeting ol
he New York Academy of Music "The
^me^lcan habit of rushing ti^ the water-
"Ii't and drinking countless glasses ol
ater a day can cause swelling of the brain
resulting in convulsions."
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Ol II READERS SAY;
Compuhory Thinl Parly Utf jjjjJ^^^j-^"!-
Iti-iii urn ;i[so ihai any negligrnc by tho to honour. But It does not mnii
T Th* aWMl The Adroeate Injured person contributing to the universal compulsory insurance tu
SIR,__You were itocxt enough to fa?CMfaTd invalidates his claim, solve that problem: It can be
frPWt IM BBSsM a raw weeks ago how often will It happen that a dealt with under public transport
tot MMta eommantl t this sub- person or his dependents will legislation.
\t tdi.it lime 1 argued that obtain worth-while comp*ii.itiori ... _.. .. ,
the introduction of COnjputaOT) Udder IMM policies who would Let It not be forgotten thai
insurance wa likeW to result In not otherwise 1\a\*' obtained it. nw " uowmnwnl cooiruis aim
a rise In the COJl sf motor instil- The indications are thnt most of services, this measure will cost
ance nremiuiiis owing to tho vol- tin- MlrOI payable will merely money. There will be new civil
UCM .f exaggerated or even cover medical attendance with servants, new forms, new prose-
fraudulent claims for damages, penhap* the addition of s few rutions and so on. And you and
Now that the official proposals dollar c to compensate for pain and 1 will pay. for them. Will they be
have been let in the form of a distress. But Government already serving any good purpose? The
Bill as was recently reported in provide* free medical attention, fact that a measure introduced
your paper. H becomes clear that The only change is that under England and Trinidad has i
thev .ire much feebler than wan universal Insurance injured peo- proved so unsatisfactory as to be
The compulsory cover pie will attend private doctor* u-pea led is no reason for intro-
Is restricted to personal Injury rather than public hospitals. lo ducing It here. Before going
mid ti> it sum of 1,000 in the oilier word* the chief beneficiaries further, let those responsible try
, I.,im ,.f any one person. The sort of \h< measure Bo* proposed will to ascertain, from eountrlc
of claim which makes premium* be the private doctors and clinics, compulsory third party ii.._.
rocket upwards Is the hundred and of course the lawyers. is In effect, some genuine facts
thousand dollars for ln|ur> to a Another Important point Is. about how It has actually worked
race-horse's logs or fifty thousand how will ihe measure affect pub- out in terms of claims satisfied,
for an actress' broken nose In patssMfair tmimport* If the of <&s.ta to the motoring com-
The measure, then, is not par- omnibus companies are at present munlty and of costs to the tax-
tieularlv open to criUeUm on the carrying their own risk, it I" payer. Let them not be swayed
ground* that it will Inflate pre- UkeU ""' compulsory Insurance by vague sentimentality about
miumi. On e other band the will dl to their costs. In that *' UsaTOfrtUMta victims of accl-
one doe* ask is how ease than will be a rise In lares, dents.
mui'h will it help those it is That is not necessarily bad. It Totftl faithfully.
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CONGRESSMEN, who went back to work
today after the holiday, began complaining
right away. For they found that, because
the wages bill at the Congress restaurant is
up by $30,000. prices on the formerly reason-
able Congressional menu haw soared. And.
as though that were not bad enough, the
famed Congressional bean soup is now beinij
served in much smaller bowls.
TOUGH
AMERICA'S Defence Mobilisation boss
Charles Wilson and his number two. Manly
Fleischmannthat's the same team, you re-
call which sat in on the Big Talks about
economics here in Washington with Chur-
chill and Truman yesterdayare faced with
a tough problem of a different sort.
Detroit already has bad unemployment
And the car-makers point out that if produc-
tion is cut further, as the Government in-
tends, the numbers of jobless will jump, but
Wilson and Fleischmann are adamanl Then
verdict : We need the copper, steel, and alu-
minium for arms, so the cuts must go on.
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WFnNMDAY. JAWAST M 1*57
IIAIUIUHis \DVOC\TI
1,000 Voted For
Repairs At Seawell
pvr.r five
u*t of u inner* Sterling Area Spending More enii
Poppy Ruffle ,rift ,.,',-
. ,,,;*;, I,,an il Earning Dr. r. ii.
king
pgejgsjtj

HOUSE OF ASSEMBLY yesterda
for S4.000 for the upkeep of the
Ui port
.mount provided in the 1951-52 Estimates is in- A 24T1
tuftVlenl to meet temporary repairs which are ui
reqtl red before the end of the financial year. Engineers B -*9ES
M nis'iy uf Transport, Canada, and ol Tram, Canada
Ani i s. rho visited the Airport In December last rU I3
mended that these temporary repairs sh.-uW bt
Iteljf. (I (,.; .
Mt a 11 Unn (L) Mid Uwl cord ui-i ihoy had to use mat!
been told Hut thr< that was not good enough u, d.,
nwa* Which the iob. No our howcvei IhoufJ
rvi to )- dux up tl necessary at that time 10 lake
*" I Um QwomilU up on Ukl
appeared to t.. watch that man He WO.
bouhier*. The (,i.\ eminent had guarding himself
t?. r/hri^!i l? "t^'Vi?" Mr UwU *"',n,,t *en| A 90M
"K!** *T ." **" ' h,m ,ht M w" an overnight______
u surprised that He drc
, rs had become necessary. House thai Mi
There had been someone from back
Canada and someone from Bar- tame
woVur as i srsfs "'d;
k. H. "now 11 ne had madr sufficient
nan] ,,,,. u, lh,, .h-_ "l0"** nw nnn * >n retirement. JMO
Ad he hoped that nJvernmeJt
In Km srarfc to be done more local i^"^ ** * A 4745
labour would be employed. J"l*!Z2 y f ***" rnlnu-f..r% UWn.an.ll.1. " cnaa,"n" toT 'verything. and
-S mlK"Hll flnv,h,"' r nothing
I vtrj R"ve one, be- uwy hd to watcn Mn>. ^^
_ '_"P: *" saying if thev d. tourists bare going A MM
to rome to an end
He said that he did" not think
that the method "f constructing A 18A2
the runway ml n..
m vert- laafortuaaut that a 4582
thing had happened to
Thomas -J 100.00
G Scantlebury Mile A. " ae I
Quarter. St Petet B.t
Of Sugar. and >< .
nonwtalUi >
John cricket Bat ing area agroed to bring urg>i
J m naanoi
net .1 at hi-.
I -ulencv Barburees House ii
Baluroa) nluht ol Hi Kalt.li
Medical
''..-.-i of St
m possibilities i>i in- hearl attach li .1 in his iifu-
Pham ments the critical f...lursj H
the present situation and the need raw mat" "fj** r'*H",* K""i mm ''"'
!, ... "f It Kieix Mi
a pa ;. atad .>i Harrk
1 tee which he j
w Humes Roadview, deflnlts proposal n forthwith McOill U
- !:'.'' ' Ik* ssgiagate ensure that 4fcs vvn.i- :...,- ., tbiM balna <..... '''
Qae ru-d In Karl 1
Iwlanrt wltn I '
i^w^s
K ntabi th

nurefa Do]
Evelyn Bam
v .1 ohn Pyres
D M OU1 Bui
Philip rVovlSSOM
Mi- Q, M.irniPitf. Uari
wot Id 1" i'"-i-'
hall ol m*2 Proeeaab to
1 be ret-omment
t v lha Si -
Colonies to th<

Deli.it
>t-n
level
in..... have
Qhfeitive
-.
.tuiii.


intd I.....r Is -..

oMtion .iini dtapise Mi.
Hid and 11.
~.t,v in.tilutioTi hv vi.,
with 'he staff and
A M Blades. Margie

James Hell. aflteRon, S:
Dtsebu Aahby, church
Hill, chnsi Church
Clgarrltea
I
The methods by whuh nii'irbc
urill coatributi to
within the die
. i -ill ears
according to their individual
..ud maintained
hi.11 ity the <-j
f the sb
.
Kllng the aehw
test
ppowtad Parochial Mi
'
thm tb.it the sntcsn oi part ttnn

ui it >%
A 8521
M om
such
them.
B 5109
Nil Con.cious Dishonesty 483*

csnci.
J. Armstrong. Drax Hall.
St George i
Mrs. II A. Haynes. Bril-
tons Gottaja ToAm
J. Grant. South DtoMet,
irf*, -Ton h

Gi .1
Mr (I
matter *
cause the runu...
proachlng the two million doUa
figure and they were being warn-
ed thai impending breakage*
might cost thcn much more. Whet
the House wa. to have pave t ,h
money for the construction of the __j i(
runway, than were many hopes *
and apprehensions.
'" now called
t the bad worn
whuh h...( been dona by the con-
that it m IW Mr. C. II. Adam. tLi said that !5 1462
ring to ex- th.- contract wag mil drafteii
, (ore dm wBh afl the necessarv precau-
aod acurtuV
ip contracts and waa isoihlng srhkh pointed to
could not dishonest) on the part
1 uuontea a* '' "" < nlreeaoti B I H
the .MTk for a period after .-on- W'th ragard to Mr Wilson the
rc.A sMflnear who wa* in B 41H4
Ha tlM UttM t*en ,f one wa cluira*. **.constructing the run- ,
I .. small 18x10 house, th- *"* "r Adams aaid tnat he had B S0B3
tei would have to guarantee "''-d-v blft the service of the
n| to put down a Csnsdian Government and thit B 4<70
25th betsvaan tha hmiri of 121,

11
o t h v 1
countries srhkh are
n surplus with the
1.1 1,1
prcvement in the balance -, wn(ch
M"gg'* menl, hut ,1 will |ltO help to k*
Darey Maosteh Watel nnaartanoai tl 1
VUIagat, St John. important ste(> is lu.riM.ie Mi.u uu'
Lampshade. htroal economy i* souu.l and
E. Brattiwalte. Y.M.C A., that all possible me.i
taken to combat mtlatu-n Thi^
H. H Shepherd. Vaux- i.s not only essential fOl
lu-i- r.i.Tm i Fladk
T
1
notably thoo
real of the ,
We ha
Ooorge.Brandy ds>sn the cost of Ibrtng At.-the,
tmportant requtrenv r -
crease export^ and earning posrai
In some cases long trim 1
.; -"re* may
be practicable Plnanj
< thev rnethodi do not aehl
i'ii1 \'h desired rcaulti n win ss>
a* a teniorary measure
ih,
ball, Thorpes, imports.
St_ Oeorgp' Surprlsa I .as tint: Solution
It was agreed that whil'
itga emergency measure* lo
Joseph immediate drain upon the gold
i. trvei urori ,.
'V liable they could only >'
paUiatlvta. A lasting solinson 01

be found in ORltl to pTtVi
rss u n w 1 '^ crlsa
tterllng strung .m,i to
pitii"t
for frc- I
ui H.i-
QOt

Ion ! i barling area
Stopi iH !>.' I
' ken within lha next fas
Mine In tbltg I
..,, Ujg HH : ..
.!" t.ik-
si
ksth
'' Marine
J .-,,. ^ Oil
deColl
Si Ma'iael.S2 00
Gloria Adams. Drag Hall.
St. flanies nop
V Hichai 11
Bi petei -$200
Labourer (iris
Six Moulds
For Larceny <|uir> Vtljtmrmti
i)i Kit 1 nd ht
srhlef

Thatr m.iii.
1
na it tbuti

Within
*
snM known Uwl ">

t '1 that II as in Mi.
1 uid nothing 1
111 from dutv, He Would hav
Tfhed hi- fiftieth Nr*!
..... an n 'n- pi In
. 1
nd !
ha would i- n
.
gem .in
*
1. .

,\
'II10 food
for family
Jilnoss
i> {cod a ii*' sourca
a htita ddd 10
. l*ue*. Criv^s
thai r -c esoi
r and n^ir.hmfnl CM'
-ipcciallr
' ft'r rrty
or hot bottercd tout.
In (jr.: I 01..2 Ol.,
4 -r ei.. 14 os.
MARMITE
IMf VITAMIN B -lA'T iXTRACf
GIVES COOKING EXTRA GOODNESS AND FLAVOUR
HARRISONS
BROAD STREET

u
keep of the runway at least for a pA(v
f years. It-mad not eve,, ,..,. l;,.lll>uniWe inernbe. fol St
given them a years service batcW fmm (, lM n, |ljvi. ,.,_
they were being asked lo spend Xcr he .n,(t tf lhr (iovcimirnt
money on .1 for certain defect- dhsWvsjred anything th.it gra
He said that it was a bod Btab- wrong it wouM ctetalnb take the
1 '.Imposition malter up So mr, Uwi
I indie. nothing that would lead I
Serious Matter
Mr. :. K. Walrwlt the honoil al U h 1 member for Connolly thai he was worriesl
ph had lust green tham tno bfwl ''-,' s,n"" "," ,"'
warning thai there would be puI '", aI ,,hV'*''; ',"
I npandltura involved on ""* ** ''"* Additional
N" H**.*- hs "pected.that 'SSJS'lf\?S ^T,
Krii.il Overprititid
the honourable member would bo ,
giving them more informatioi
Hll Worahll Mi I! B Griffllli
nnad Jamas Edwards of Suttle
Straei Si Michael, S to be i-m
b) instalment ! two month)' Lm-
pnsonmeni for violating the Price
hi-iii" 1 '.i*m.1 At i on Januan II, ia.12
uiiw.is Uwarili ..til rod r<>i
monay grapefruit at seven cents each
I some while the Kbeduhl price is fix
' i'-'tii ..eh p..,-.. 1'i.ll.ui.
1 svunti and
alms can best be
achieved whi 1 aroi Ids 1 1
''<
. nlghei h-vi'i tbaa
present when slcrlinK
converUblg into gU t:
< urrciuies of Hit woild .itm
position need no longer b>
ported by restriction 1 on Ini- tli,
hovu boc-n mndo in Ihc mncp. lou, 1 II L.f. I I.. 1 ......II L.l. ..I.IL < ^ M .
reft
have
put In cement that would ing Leroy Skeete two bana...
different matter, but there three rent- The banan.e. w,
nothing of thin sort. The ba mid ->t 0M Oanl cadi
She COrnmltUN) the otlnv
January 22
ports. When Ihl
affairs ha, been remhed the
countries of the sterling are:.
will have freer aceaaa to th
output of N.nt', \
othm important 1
adwquale resour.es t nternaJ
rapltnl for dcvelopni'-nt
ceordhti Ijr nao
hawker <>t h, n (Ijp. Si MSolMol! for some years to come the
is also Itmd for selling fruit at "l"'1
kiejtei price than thjl sched- resl of (he world ilncl
".1 i.ldeied ',. paj p||| with the ftollai ""i nlW
3 by instnlmcnts for sell- that after t;ikui BCCOUnt : ivsll-
ntha' mi- Ct
.: ith hard laboui .'' ,
> tardaj p lesed on Harold
: Road Stie.-t.
il who ap|>eareil be-
fo a Hli VfOfoh i> Ml : A
i'..in.. MngW
\ on ' < barge al |ai -
I ..I clothing,
ive not* "i appral .it
loll'ii lolhing wa-
.i Harold H
t Is iiccordfngly necesiaiv that ?**""*" ,, ," ,,.
some years to come Mir ilin, ';'' ''' 'il'",!
a should be in surplus withlfir '"7 '
.0/th.world tinciudj.. i * .,;,;: JSDjgSr"
mill
June 2;.
Allan ROUM told thl
, aboul 3.30 urn
1 he deft ndai
Inj lh, f.f. nd ml 1...... t.. bun
bin ii he could give
p nni to -* 1 tin
lothing in Lass* thfl same day
Harold Rica and ne>
uon
_^^bbb1
11. o- foi I are en
Hup Mi I: A Ml U
\ adjounv
Inquirj Into aha i In an
urrounding tha death 1
. Mfors
1 m man n<> v aftei ra
fonnad thai a man had bet
srlth niui.iei
him11. i' tabbed u
death 'i Qovswrnmenl Hill. s.
'..I aboul t 18 pan on Tttui
day, Januarj 7 The
lr. A. s. Cato performfd .1 po
n '.''<..... 1 tha in
teased at the puhln Mortuan
Z2 #br Speeding
1
.-ii to .
lioni on orh had been
OUt OH tha runw,^ One w.. nothing of that sort The be .old at one cenl egh. Si> M^trts. ahealu'ha'iai C "' 1'i.stpect
Instance he said, was when Mr run*.,. .... ..,--! ,., i,e done She con.rn.ttcd lh. Her ,'.^Tl." 1
lupervl t I UM construe- , t, months, but tha rain came January 22 extcTiuil account
Irti wai then f..! small in ami prolonged It to. 1.....I* --------------------- National Security jjjj rt|)|1,
planes Before doing that, Mr. six months In do this in the face of the n< ,.,, M-975 01
Chase had l>een to Trinidad to With regard to the talk about iiflIVf litunl '{/)/. for national security L
watch v. illy taking doing the lob In a hurry. Mr. Wil- ** rimni #iy .tnndards of living clearly ra- ,,.
place there at Hiarco. He returned son pointed out that at the first a fin.' of 30/- and 1 costs was *lu'rM ""' maximum possible .
hgffl ,,nd had done what most sign of mv woathor it was to be imp>..,l on Rvatyil Fergusson of PBnRl" nf earning power By tjya .,f 14 days' Irapi
pt-oplc considered at that time to ceil coated in order to prevent the St. Stephen, St Michael vestei- ,hp developnwnt of their pro- (p| fatal and rVlUce Constable
be a good until one day, lust as moisture from getting in. day l>. Hi- Worghbj Mr C L 'hidive power memliers of the LaahMk) rho were together on
had happened in this case, the Mr Adams said that he had no walsryo for driving a motor bus 'terling area will not on I y dut) on Neil Road, 01

ay developed holes here and danbo whatever of covering up S-44 without an appropriate strengthen their
IhorO .' The Americans came along and From what he saw from the files The fine is to be paid in 28 evitable growing world d.....and
wanted Ihc runway for war pur- before him, the matter looked day* or in default 14 .lays cpl for food, raw material-
poses and did It free, of cost. There more like extraordinary bad luck Cyrus attached to the Traffic essential goods.
was then the suggestion for build- rather than ciuninalMy. Branch and who brought the Such develop,.,
lug a new runway and now they Mr. F. K. Miller (L) said ihal ta*e two "ie court that while on lnr investment of substantHI
were faced with a resolution which when Ihc runway was to be con- W .','on5 Tudor Street he saw nnancu.l resources and it u riaii
they had to pass, because the run- slructed. he felt that it should hove J"* defendant driving the motor
way could not wait for discussion bean done by the Department of **. '" '"7'*, lnanner.
of all things connected with it Highway ... 1 Tnnaport and to- fJ ^J'^^v^ ^e^M ^ it will be nc :,. |u.seWatk.
One w.s inclined to agree with day he still h.d that vew He i^J^^.'JL. .Z~L., ThT member couhtr.es t......tain to
.,' lha n "'! I01
15
.
CLERK OF THE HOUSL
ON SICK LEAVE
Tha 11..um* of A-seiin...
d % grenti .t U......rh ol u
Mouse. Mr D, Lssj Ba/gaani l
IhoiiMit' ,.
in.I .ippoinled Mi lie
A llaiilleld. Solicit,., ,.| M. ,
Hutehlneon and BanfMd D
* i ih of lha Hou
. puly ii.'ik. .hi
lomatli aiiv uBunsad 11.1
Llerh ol Ihi Hi 1 -
Tin-, ii. ken by tl
.ft.1 ll.s Ilouui Mi.
had ml.....led lha H"i
line of ni.it ba had reealvod ., letl
narna .(,. cterh irifornilna hhn ol hi
,i Mi Allan.-. Lead
.1 the House, movad thai Un
,1 ., ind Mi
ii. ,ni.< -id appolntad
I., put) l
\(.I!HIIIII!\I lilllllSlllS
VOII *.V SltUJi iXfl.UHCm
CUTLASSES
SICKLES (L O. and B.Y-)
SUGAR BAG TWINE
ELWELLS CANE BILLS
AGRICULTURAL FORKS
do HOES
- We Offer -
THE HIGHEST GRADES
AT THE LOWEST PRICES
IH-miii > Ifuntalinn*
Hi *,.,* ttitffinfi MIMMf
HARRISON'S
Hardware Store
TEL 2364
r up a
that after biking account of will
ever they themselves can
INQUEST TODAY
BSffTAOl ra terdaj al
1 j.>.i mot.
the flod* 01
'ii permitted him mPmb** "*
Of K. 1..1.ill. 'I,ii
the senior member for St. John w.is never satisfied at having to
that some assurance must have give the contract to an outsider -
been given with regard lo the run- when il could be handled locally.
way and that reference had been When the contractors assumed t(2wn Aiovvef Needed For
made to an officer from Canada the job at the airport. thc> had to
who was looking after it to see lorrow- most of their equlpmcn' fViflCtSS Alice Field
resources from oversc; t-.i V, .tkins who
some time to come the Common lha '
thai the right kind of material "otn the Highway* and Transpor:
was put in. and also that a local Department, and that was why he CJHOUNDSMEN .1
Oo.'crnment officer was employ- maintained that the Job should be Alice Playing Field are finding It
, the necesattry precau- done by the engineers of that difficult to cope with the growth
tion so that IBM> would In due department. of the grass They are hoping to
course see whai was the position. With regard to the question of g'l a lawn mower very soon.
He said that he simply could not the guarantee, he was not con- At present they are using hand
beifevc, however, for one moment vinccd that they could call upon m"wcrs. shears and hoes to cut
that anyone would have the the contractors now because thev the grass One groundsman told
,t pluck to put in pieces ":' of mould or stone that were un- engineers to look after the work *' tan cut the grasi a one end
MiiUble for the Job He pointed No* that they were constantly ***** *row I"'**1* xi**
out that the stone Barbados pro- Handing money on the runway.
duced. was marly and quite un- lh*y should exercise some care
suitable for taking the heavy "< caution with regard to thi
bounce of the plane when it expenditure
landed. This stone was very much He regretted that the Cove:
unlike that produced in Trinidad- mcnt m '>' *' '" '"ten to him
It was llkelv that it wii this kind n he advuwd them thai the
of stone that wai used and as 11 fnsvey could have been handled
had hn|lened with regard to the h> the Department of Highway;
first runway, there was a nlmilar 'nel -Transport who were golne to
o-currence look ",ter th* matter now that
they were about ta naas additional
Hurried Afiair money for repair* in the runwav
Mr. A. E. S. Lewla ID said that The resolution was eventusllv
he would like to warn honourable passed
members on the other side that
had been
other end.
The fence which was planted
uround the field Is growing rapid-
... The southern end of the field
__ is till dry. At this end the sea
water,
lgdun| ovai the guards
wall, has killed the grass Old*
tins and bottles are icatteted about
wealth will not be able U
growing needs entirely from its
raaourcea and *
countries will Ihorafon need to
jelv in varying degrees on lnve*t-
t thePrlncess ment from oul-ide the
We are agreed that such
investment is lo bo wel<
that all necesary steps should be
taken lo encourage it
We feel that the produ
essential raw material* within the
atefftlng iroa wou!
rouraged by regul irltj
chases of such oMterbsbi .
1 'Mde the ..ie.,
illy |0 th<-1
long term stability or Um
indeed of the free wot
hole.
Productive Power
We are auw ngre..i Iha1
on Janu
....
11 latrl I
tvas admitted Ie
ipltal about :t 18
t 4.41
15'- FOR KjNORINC;
MAJOR ROAD SIGN
IIU WotBhlp Mi C L
Albert Alteync
H || si Mi' has 1
. oat I.. i paid 11. I
14 days' iitipie.Miiiu'iit (-! '.
topping at .......-
tiding a bnw l.-
Alleyne con.initled the """.
Oetohti 2* Turning
'
.inured this train. ign and m
i) paoplfl ..... killed
it,ui- waicn fin tin eg
Well soon bave.that belter
with
ipond n
proper! 1
- field
nation
should be
RODNEY'. 'NELSON'
HERE TOMORROW
For int
-arm
liiursday.
fi an *
da and
lirst of all, the work
given out 111 contract. It was a #"Jj/#*v/*b In ttt\iMutt The It M.S. I-a4* Sell
terv hurried affair and the Gov- VK* <>* /" DOlaaM ? .,.. bars at
crnment had the assistance from ..,__, ..... .
e from Canada who was *?.'_C T^ ta"ft,lh,, ful
...ipposed to know about building ^^"VesUrday -
f TWr- ILZSJSXL PTcl' ^^vernmen?a>awarc of the
..inway, T.CA. would not have curc lhp ownchlp ol , ,, ^
come here. m head of cattle for his holding in
He said that the Government his attempt to establish a healthy ',n
had got the services of *omeone peasantry? and
e in years, both
ipected to be in
same day
Nelson
ex-
quickly aa pussihl.

the productive power ol
-ountnes and of I
Jf matching available
ind technical resource-' with the
1 oi'.stiv iikeii to


iccaacsM
.
of Ckrinnknc ah
(he dan
the growth at Bta
ihc damaged area. Keep a t
handy for lamdy uw.
FOR
rOT8, BRUISES,
ftft&HtS,
AlRA&IOf ,t to i"'-i ^' eon rifbi w e a*on'l pfodnee tkc
1.....dlni 1 mUen 1 \gh En net led
. Dta helps her Dnhingg to kef bred'
, ibilll] !' >i I'f'KiVA milk iH>\v ratiea ir li
mill prodneUon
TIIBRB'S IjI T8 OF Mil-K in
b beg of I'urina Milk Chow.
.....lion for
I tk proUtwtioo.
nlnergb
n.....1
JA80N JONES & CO-
LIMITED.
GF.HMOLENB toolhet at j touch -htalt in 1
vrJ I'"
Boston. Bermu-
the Hriti-.ii
i.iic the isi ashsei
will be returning at daybreak
from British Guuun via Wnldad,
Grenada and St. Vincent.
The Lad* NelaM will be leav-
tbe ana mght for Brtt-
Gutana via St. Vlncer
Grenada, while the I-idy
ho was competent to supervise If the answer to the above quen- Rodney will be spending
t.ie work of trie contractors and he Uon is in the affirmative, will 1
viought It was a dangerous thing Government nee fit to embark on sugar, molasses and rum for
to say that they could blame the a Scheme, whereby Cuttle will be Canadian port*. Both
intractors for anvthing that was Imported in bulk (say SOO over a -unsigned to Messrs Gardiner
period of the next two yearn \lMm i Co., Ltd.
whf.n 11-------10 Mr Wilson ihe 'rom "nr of lr,c South American
,?I. f 7 nnL, t, I Republics .say Venezuela. Brisll --------------------------------------------------
C a .1 k kiJJ Jl, ^t or tnff Artentlne) whereby thr
posed that h'had not been sent orblt,nt ,c , ^ m 1Jip Covernmenl Iew rx.
for to see what was wrong with char|(wl for miIk me and Dlflln wny?
the runway, aut other people nart manurM wovid ^ brought within Owing to the ever increasing
rente down from Canada to inspect ,hc purchasing power Of the aver- high costs of living, aril
it. age peasant and indeed of the ment even at this Mage Institute
If Mr. Wilson ever came to Bar- community as a whole Such and Implement Rent Restriction
bados again, not one member of Scheme can be handled by the. legislation In this Iiland as ob-
ihe House or any one else could peasants" Ixxsn Bank and the sale lain* in most of the other leading
point their tlnger at him win re- based on the hire purchase >*- West Indlsn Colonies Ions before
oid to anv defects in the runway tern. ihe cessation of hoslilitics
as he had It In print and on re- If the answer is in ihe N- .
.rid War 2-
For Gentlemen of Discernment
lA.nt. SIMIKT HUBTS, K.-,i,r.-.l dc-itnv LeM Mum
Shm 8 M.. I. I ... :, .......... ISM
KAIII.H WOVIN (O'TdN STKIPBO SHIKTS. Coal Hhv "ill. 2
-. |i;ir.iii- Collars ExcclWnl Value for Ifidav. St/r. Ill lo 17 in.. K.2I
VAN IIKCSKN Wllll s| Ml VIII I C'OI.I.AKS
Sljlr II and OT I. .1
QENTa DARK T\V II Mill It I.I.IHI s
Suiulilr fof ilrlvlni; 4ml i 'II ; 'ii.i H" j. 'i ' .
P.u- *; N
COTTON TEA smitrs Short BImtm
In \M.iii- and silvrr On) IIIM II il .\ l.i.r
lull S..S9. St.SI. K.T3
SKAISI.AMKdTTi.N VBBTS6 UNW BPANTS
I'.nu wllll Kla.tlr U.KI -i.yJIiil, I of h f ..!
I'M* AUllrllr SUIr BhMU H ," * l-'L H.11
OSMTI H.IKH) IilNI ii v i -is
Sli, U I ... I,
a. i ii ', : i
.. ... Bad ,.
- ... Ill In m.
Mr
Inn.; sli'i-w s
II "ii
CAVE
SHEPHERD
& Co., Ltd.
10 13 Broad Si
Ii i'.'/i SiHrlt ##!'
Fimi A hi
f'srod/f/f/.v
aw on htimt
w.ni im Drink
MOioa
lllVMfil. I Mi i.sios i- i el] ni that wormi.
Rl li DRI M II
i i l wmsi. DRI mm ,\ftr-i irtf-.
Kl it fin l it \ ng for Animals.
I hSArton
hn->iii I \\
KO*Mi| l\\
MisMii |AN
KNIGHTS DRUG .^I'tMUS


PAGE MX
nwcmiHis iinm mi
V
House Pass Draft Reply To Governor
WEDNESDAY, JAM AKY IX Ull
^^^^v/A^^',',',-,^v)^',-,,-,'/,,-,',v,'/,v/.'/,V//.v/.'''''''''' :
g> Irm VtJtr 1 member for Si. Joseph, who ws to do In regard to the matter.
mg advocate of giving .1 Mr. Lewis said thut the House
Civil Servant an opportunity to had given up control of
The Houm* will |h urr, against iiim. ments to the Head of the Admln-
oan>- rtnaonable srhemr fur in- would not allow them to be inter- lstratlon. and soon after that, a
.Teasing onWe accommodation for fcre<. Wltn Dy ,h* House ,0** wM dlacovered and no pro-
*^nm*^D';a.'im?n,Vl ,., The document w. a hUtoric S^,Prtwa. made beyond the
Sm'JLttS hops3S '^Etl^'- r :Wgaigar,',,',i" would ^JE^r^^*^
not be maUeagain. he knew-from the Custom of
There were many uuunccs in romr 5|000 Ml|0ni of tum repre-
which a Civnniitilon wat set up 10 renting Excise, which would BBVSJ
ps.ta charges made In the been paid Into the Tnanu
Nous* and they were again no mention wM made of it
found to be true. Theie were, on in the speech b) Mi Kxccllency
the other hond. many things which That, Mr. Lewis said, srag an i.i.
had happened in Departments, fortunate omission
Mich as the Secondary Schools. He agreed that the Police migh'
aUons on the condition of the Fort
down and will watch
with care the poasible In ;
Ot llM Impoulioii of a special but-
.-harite on cargoes for Blrbado*.
li' House repeats it> >.
onsaderallon
ggVMl in the future of subsidisation
And that concurrently trltl) thta
question, there should le an im-
mediate and extensive drive to-
Leased food production
of all kind
-.. U.KI. * .*. *herc people paid school fee* and '* carrying out investigations In
.n^^Twer? engaged to teach. "* <** b-J matters I
ZXaAlittT^S^Ll If ......ni***r instance of an "W*h he referred, nut mention of
and look* fenrard to i van earl <* hospital to administer antes- '^d "l^,.!,,? ,k
publication hf the Fiscal Bur bad been no '"Pf,"' "YSK*??",?J5f* *>?*
m In that House about the ^""h^-m- dtrrtVr -*
Moving the adoption of the administration. He had heard no "-pi* *-
Committee's Report. Mr. Adhim. ritinsm in the House afco.* th. \|..| Report
Cha.rman of thecommiue.-. M.i.i hospital, and -s a matter of fact Another omission from the
.Hal nonbli- members nuJ had '*.< there had been a certain amount document had been made known
opportunity during OH f -.ympathy with them in as much through a notice in the Press since
the wordu.g of thl u they could not get -laff easily, the speech waa delivered, and that
Home Should Criticise concerned the report of the Fancy
.... i. MUvtrod Bi nit "i Th<.*e were things which made Molasses Delegation to Canada.
|rn feel that the comment by Everybody had been enquiring
^.u *o ii. rvf wail put ln i0 what hau become of It. and mem-
r>......" m Of the ndminl- J*1* ' \*> "ou* wrrc.,,old nli
\ io i ess direct- (ration, lie felt that the House through the Session thut "was in
ItoHUteotU* 'or criticism, and 1?S, handfl ^ J2f^.V*rn'
. niittce. tie however (eli that
IN THE HOUSE YESTERDAY
mm "tip
...d II- In

>ral. i An-

1Mb.

KauntKh"*.ii Ail 1SW-
Sir J C MoMMv <

- TUB*,
as ..i
Go-4-1
I-149 Colin.
OsasStiM
I- .upin*nl in* SMimaw. ISOI
at, p. t < rnw .nowfi m
sup|>lHn#iiiarT Kiimin iMIU
Ma. . ohbta t^rin in* s Th bMiutm. was l*in omii
(or-. H or**.
M miffM bv tul
svaaa
4r C X T.t. lav* NMir* of
"" r*Utlv.- It> lmportl.it
to* in milk U> a* bougnt on in*
ti puriitav o'Stoni ky s*aaanii
na IM lnlrau>IMN of Km! B*
^iwtion .. .
M. I. E Smllh ..< Bav* Notir-
-I urrtM>r.a i(UUv> to Ih* rrocl>o,i
of a UnOpSp* m* Hi< i
and
at
Si joorpr.
roaa- in "mi' VllUff*. I
I MM P wilh nmdnwm r*l>ln t. _
kceaih drlivwvd oy !>* tbtrMH-ix .
mm
si
ti-.
iHta
KspolutlDii (o pl*r<
SSI41S al lha din
.


htm form llu
H tl^ Hw>lMtMn
io r.;if>ota th* Ofdri

aaaanti OraV
. ...
i .: I ...... .
IN- IIbiu* -.- th* lollovlns
III to MlMntf Ut* BUI* Bi Bx-
*Hana* Act lM
BUI lo carry *n U>* ronvanlii
reaallBSI la Lakour CUuan in
Piibli* C*nlrart
Bill lo aulnoilv thr Onvmu-
ia-g>*eutiv* Cotnmltl** I* niaJi*
Mtv*n&*B to pub. ic oAcvn for I lie
purpo*< ot conatmriina. alwrins.
.r*alnritf
Bill i
m*r.d th- t
rs-,.
Th Houa* also p>H iws rr*o-
iitions io aponn* of Id* in at* ol
IMrnirf and Plan of in* a* ..1 *>Unsiun of Ui* Wat* i
rartS al Olr B-y m><1 Plnr Ho...
n S B* T>i**da:
Mr. A. I. . Lewi*. lL, scoO> the daj it wits stopped In he m!,"!*- "f h*,w!fv.!l.fuS?^
M (he n.". .!ou.c. the Civil s7iv.ee wouM "'?f"m?"* "f ^^ffi* t?M it
and .fti suutln. that the u. corrupt" Service. If "Jj'SJiXi?SS to Sle^e
on which li. 'l,'l*'MT\.w^ jy,^,'" thS that report for publication. tUnUCO of the C.i.veinmenf that Barbados offered.
tho Orst "ouae. the Head of the Admin- M(. ^.^ uk| thn( ^ itru<11, ;in paragraph of the Commit'i- Ion |0ttJd iM to l thai of |he MolaMM Delegation was a He *** not In agfeement with because of the specialists that
ply, and comrmt.miH on Ministerial Statusi wat granted m documenl for which the legi.l.. 'lollar hospital at they were able to produce a sugai
;., worn the "House -k" :- haJ members could put the B|w ,he subJec, of ,., arti(.| tori All he arantod uas a beltct producing. While he (Mr. Mot-
the 'llouoe is ." a change whici. ,r K"'11 Minister on the spot, ,n ,he proWt BI,a therefore the hospital. The Laflslatlvc Cham- tley) agreed with that, vet if it
he hoped was loi the better, won U "J "' "i^Vi8*- ?nc wou'(1 Head of the Administration should l*r coul.i remain a* it was for a were not for those people who
on to cummcnt on pertain vie.-. ,'-''.""""V* th** "*""' I**"..pic*. ^ (.ognlsant of the fact that there long time but not the hospital. He hnd the foresight to improve the
expressed by His Excellency In '" tn**, aowncf of Mlnlfterlal wns some anxiety for the publlea- knew ol an instance when u child machinery of their factories, Bar-
lh speech. Status, he felt It was asking too lion of H, He therefore though" wag -..king a.lr-iittanee to the bados would nol have got such
i;, ri,ii, Snee. h "lUCh ,or. r'Pirc;nlat|ves of |, regrettable that no mention had ft i II il foi l II, ntlis t., be told erops. That was where he difTer-
II, 11, iTi Lm.1 "" ^Ple '" w^l.;>ia irlU.um bmtmidr of It in rD IpOaoh ^ f.om His Excellency.
. ,h Z? (1 Kstabllshmont of from the Throne i Um i -*>i, mrtfad- |,IW PimL
*>> <"';< ,,lony. Another Item which rormed I mnte<| manv hmeV oiilv becaUae Leave I '-';.'^
Mi BSO latBCj 101 nil i .iniiiehting on Hin Excellency's prominent part of a h M. wu adVatttM " l,u' 'l"**shon of leave pa-
*ay that tin- Mi u strvatlon on the conditions was "oH", hut igaln notrt ,. ..[ lu leave the new hUBes. Mr. Mottley said that any-
considenttion |o Ung In the Pott ol Bridge- said in the speech of Doetntbi , aiK| srt "ne would have liked to know
l town, Mr. Lewis said that the 18th BDOUl that matter aa i- UMl if he got a Job in any part of
a year when the Heads of Depart-
ments got over 0 per cent, of
that.
Hi '.hen can there be an>
satisfaction if the salaries at the
top are increased leaving th.- tefl
servants who are around the age
of 25 years and who in mam
eaaaa are getting less than $8u
per month, at the same salaries?"
he asked. He pointed out that
civil servant if married at tha*
age would be thinking of raising
a family and could not possibl-
exist on thoae salaries. He wouli
have liked to warn the Governor
that in increasing the salaries at
the top and leaving out the civi'
servant* at the bottom would
cause dissatisfaction.
Referring to the point raised in
the Governor's speech of criticis-
ing civil servant*. Mi
said that what made him feel
proud of being a British subject
was that he had the right to
criticise
He said that he was never ir
the habit of unfairly cr*
He wanted to remind Hon. mem-
bers that It was Lord Alexander
who said that when fair criticism
ceases or is stifled, democracy
fail*.
Listening to the Governor, he
knea,- that that part of the speech
referred to him but he wonted
the Governor to know that when-
ever the occasion should arise
and he had reasons to criticise
any official, he would dd it.
On the question of Housing, he
ltd that he observed that the
Governor made reference lo
housing to the effect that he
would like to see people in more
houses.
m <>r- Pace 1
the betiarmcnt ol conditions
any defects In Port of Brutgetowa
tlon or otherwi-e. as I1 nmnnht 00*V
did not at what
Um Issjta- th..-. Um
taking pi;
people

Um
lency had seen 111 to draw to the latunv .nid His F.r^ellency's Ob- should ba Ebu ol what -.> i /
.mention of |he lagdalature. servalion was again a criticism pening in such a dOcurflflt II toe >llWli llir inre builduigf
He was however taking Ihi op ' " Uglllaturay one handed to UM Spc.iker -( ti,.
portunltj l............ II Ml Lnra said that the legls- House by His Excellency .it the Specialists Neederf
speech h..-u i tl hit lure h.i m.t refiiMd to piuvmV opening of the legislature.
,,., k.,hi, iWs rolooy with t Dgggj Wftfor It tat true thatjli \tvitiey
he saai, u ey aassld have made ""' Wul'''' his passage would lie
tors' quarters at Stockton paid for him to ieturn to see h
I h won
Ihfng mm li iii- lofl
Releuiiu; In the
made iiy Mi Bxocllcnct iai *'i\
.niciil. Mi !.- .
that so far a-- the Civil
was concerned, the Houai
made, at Mast during the laal lei
HVfa) etforl- to II
[eQlton to iii> emolumofil tun
COaaliltoni Of tin- CIVII
He uardonally toll that Ihi i
slMUld do thorough tob In thai
I the
Ing of the legislature the 11 .
of the Administration to it k th
to review the terms ami |
of the Civil BfTVfCI
end Of the session, which WM
very appropruit.
Servants put op demands u
l-me when lhe\ (poliUciatM) wci
going lo th. tUetoflirtt for
That. Mr. Lewis said.
procedure which hail been
for many yen-' past.
tfor did ho think il * righl
n rbatfoi colony,
eapsclally on" Mte BrlUsh Qulana
that the salaries of the CWfl
'
brmgkl Into line with tlnwe of thnl
Colony. If thev went

H.fc s Rnponsi'nliu
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port*] ...it>, bi.. i.v (Mr.
Lawuij nfl UHM '
U .ii i
It .! till-
Harbour, ami the ineinberi oi iHformsja
Ihe legitlatiiie gggj ||jg aonoi .1 Uwoug* Pn>
public weie .iw.ne lh.it th Mi lV/Uci
i^npie "vninl t.. ship sum m who nrat inotigtrt
. . uv I* Pn I
With Ihe (i<
family. He felt that it was time
that they should have leave pas-
sage- bul he did not think that it
should have been confined
pot
"I would like to see .i . heme
liks) Ihe une in Hritish Culann
th.it
...t ;t(rt) pe.iple wnikiii.'
:i UM wh.nl .hould .ontrol the
llVOt ,,f Ihe ull,., 2|,000 pfoptf
'iiiy.....d t.. this, th-
"u i.mi..... i that they
unlng the MO longsbore-
nMit for Iho ii.ri"
bfo i of the i gponaos on kiihI
ii ied l.y striken in the
ports liom which the goods wen-
hlppa 'i .I-, ould u-- Man t i i
-.lorlea" appe:>nnit every OB)
in the rMwUMpora,
vTbag) he first heard the apaaeh,
t llruel 'inn that it had been
I .t the time of 11. \m -
' M ir .1 1 seemed that il WM
rod with (he hope thut tin-
was a result* of the elections would
en similar to tbOM m
Ori i Britain
In
| | ,,. -hen our local civil servant:
ihe ho-pitnl : ni. oftoi iving ror some peiicMl. can
' "'-" pacUlisi Wh.tev.i monsry they bt given Mm paaaaajg to go alttOssg.
i .it ordaj U Ju*t "'erely leave passages for
nportad officials" may create s
pital. n M-.uhi I' DO to ii mil dlsMtl la.tion.'" He said that It
MaJlUj with w "' '"*' old days when
.1.. oiUcloi. had to be bioughl from
attract abroad to nil jobs that local
ipeclalists. the duty of the Qov- p< opt. HHlld not fill. There was
in. .i local job that a Harba-
they, fi ..in time dun could not be trained to ill I
lime, would pas-: sUch_TC*olu- todo>
It was n traditional reply, and
wlicnjic found tl
-if a particulnr polltil II i-ersuaslon
such n
Wonderful" onii he thought it
:l..,t |. .(-le pit.'. ..
bould it otna
Wh.it '..pile:.! UboUt It Me w
Imwotoi rnoroq I
t.....d once igaln ni
Vigour Restored,
Glands Made Young
In 24 Hours
U Is ua tonfar n*<**aaarr t auffr-
'rum loa* <.f vt*D>tr "nil matiho -I
r*k m-mnrv and bodr. nap
npuroblt.ru) al.-kty uhln. BM
nil poor alr*p. ti*rauB" sn Amu) sn
>r|..r hair dlumvarrd a quick. ea-
va to nd lh*a* tr.ul'.n
Ttila d1<-n*ry la In pl-asanL '-
'.-laU* llblil form, la absolui.-:>
rtilrn, do* > with f tana oj--1
ilnna and la bringing nw >outb ot .
Urur to ihi-unandY li works dlr*rt^
_ I-irlhoc,
.'*!! X"tllng.ioUnaT
.1 f**1 SllV.
'il.f nl vl|our an "
And thl. a ma Hi
. nn.l f.
i rear
and full <
last electn
. Members on the
thiii thcie wVUM
duly trespassed
1ght of His Honour th.
Md ihe House generally
l)nem|iloyinent
Mr. I. IK Molllev tH
the Governor in his SMoetl i" '
Um ThrOtM spoke of incieusuig
, Barvic,
und went on to speak of '.
' in ment DcpatlnicnK the l
Hridgetown and other n
ii speech of the sort which but to his mind, the most unport-
diiccted to a legislature ant was left outunemployment.
Which was predominantly labour. Unemployment. h
one found quotations creeping *:i very great matter. Barbados.
frotn n speech by a Conservative population was too big to be cai
I'time Minister, and it did rted by its sugar crop only, am
ippear from the speech lh.it the House should hove never
ne in this island wuntedj allowed any occasion lo pass un-;
fin 'he Prime Minister to know th;a less it mode some statement
Munebodv In Barbados was on about unemployment and cmi-
hts side. gratlon. There weie thousand-;
OniitMHim. ol hungry men and women on Ihi
On the oJneJTana* there were ** "h *&*"*
many important matters which Throughout
nod not boon mentioned in His campaign. He
-- .^ ;p"'hk T'"', &T2L nra mii.f Ion, Hw *uli
i^evemoer in. iwai, no mention j .>... ,, WBe ihair duty
DM* we,e told In the ,he oort. ' /S>t>
. lhal lie regret- iimise that such Imporlan.e was Hospital question
any such paragraph Uacbad ! the turtsar, that no Mr. Mottley said that theu-
IBl item of Capital Bxpendituie the question of Hospital in the
. I,, -f the Administration could be undertaken until the Governor's speech. ,'N.>
...uly to th. t Survey was produced and should bo lost in providing bet-
Dnneh ..f the IQglilaUi tudied That was a very serious ter accommodation at th.
He felt, rightly or wroni BMUsbT. pltal". he said. "One hospital
ly. that Uint paragraph mi ad- He found it very strange that 'or over 200.000 people n
to tlut branch of it i 'he hope of seeing the Fisc;il cause the average working man
legislature, rod it struck him thai Survey in the near future was of the colony to be much p
It WM an attempt tO l il a" mentioned In tho reined over the future health o( In-
it suoh I critical time as family". He added "Great stress
iJt-cember, 1851. has been made on the Civil
_______ . vice, but I say, llmt think
rresMury um No . couW m accuracy ^y th.t
Another lemnrkable item we have a hospital up lo u stun-
I pan the speech this durd that we would exp.. -
was purely a personal opinion ,g from our general revem,.
wns the loss from the treasury He said that they would lv
of the Island. Suih was a blamed for having thre.
VOrj unusual occurrence in m two beds at the hospital: I.,
Baibad.s, Mr. Lewis said and having people being turned out of
srtMQ u lo-* of the magnitude of the hospital before even In the
M l.ooo took place, he felt that opinion of the medical nractltlon.
m a document of the sort, the er. they had sufficient!>
UTO should be given some ics<-ed: and having lo rente
leport as to what had been dis- people who were reallv
fovered. and If nothing had been of modual BUantlgtl
"Amil. wh.it it was intendi-ii things should I"' brOUghl t,.
SironTdlsagreeinent w.th |.. i... v.d thai the Gov-
aranh S ( the speech, l>ecaue il mont to procuro the services of trnoi iii his apevch said that the
"un'lulv trespassed UDOO Ihe the specialists. Civil Servants were being paid
AgTrCUltU
rould agi
I I i ll'i-l i :.....ii p. i .i hi f With |i.-i.| ,
', he said that they ernUoyod In privata enterprise
. i that the Governor went uu to
u noodod could maka cmparUons by saying thai
Boll I arie^ Dm officials got little over $5,000
n*. n-w gtaml ami
. rallr.1 V
ixrintrrd It haa t>*i>n prOVrrl l
"iiiaanda and la now dl-tni
i*nitata hr* undrr a murint..
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Ii.Y. JAM VRY 21. 1953
BVRBADOS AOVOCATF
House Pass Draft Reply to Governor
P\r.i 3EVFN

from I'Agr b speech at the Lvgiiiliiiig of a ses-
h* Housing Board Mon in the ordinar> parliamentary
'k,i ' t V '> should forchadow Si
.*nich the Government in
I the ufhte intended pursuing during the
ed houses, and
u"|ri lil.Stgot
fXS JCSSK ::;rr, ? *{ " ><*
there was. shortly to be a bill to 0l* would *""* cxP*,cd lhttl
help tivil servants but he wanted ClUlor lne Governor'* Speech
'end down some- sh"uld beat *oaxv relation in th.
thing to ht-lp ttiv middle class policy which the QOHnt
people whi were not civil set- ,endwl carrying out or If it were
EobtjUMt*. a* '"' "'tended In be. oMn
" Mr. Mi .,.,. -pressed sentimr
paragraph "the >. ^. meaning Government Official, all
taUgreUon ,hcr would have to do
: :t most important that 'hank him for hi* speech and have
i "hould be nothing more to tay about it
The Governor had told them
lion and promise || ;..".self in one of the early para-
uppoit in any reasonobl.- scheme aTaphs of Uw> ipeerh that the ..pin-
aboard I .iierwise" own responsibility,
be mad.- paragraph six of the *f 'he Govi
PMsbi i
not represent in truth and fact
what the Government Party in-
tended, the time they were
-pending on the debate might
II b.' spent in more important
Reply.
Mr V It. Vmhn ilKin He-
motion said
"fortunate
thai when _
h of the mt; ,?i
WON replying to a
speech of poll*) from .
powtH
Thr,f' be titled to express "*eir opinion ~on
considered dlaaoclated from the *. If he 2d it wa. on"""
majority party in the House. *-pwnsibHitv and there was no cn-
l! I thai they might have dorsoment or disfavour to it on
arty wished hchaLf of the Government's
But thoji wr not *Pkesmen. then they need not.
the speech because "' supposed, pay it overdue at-
" '"TV-11"':' m'ahl' howev".
hey were told by Govern-
is spokesmen that Govern-
ndorsed the Governor*:
co.oni.il official Bui

rh they hoped that the
paly tor a general expression of
opinion in ao far as the. mm
concerned to matters referred to
Malty in his speech.
Minor luiln-i,,,.
He was pleased to note, ho wild.
the unanimity of opinion among
Do-af] Wiil.r Harbour
Mr. J. Mw.Ur> it ,m inai
omission had b< i
mg Uu- deep water harbour, in
h,s speech, .he Governor mad. SS&^J^
i lor
Jo in the speech. The
P t-iea^had0' ^"f ""^"^"indua:
and bo u.oUgi.t hy iho %ai^"--- *"?*"**
IbO great intpor- John.
H-.i. ..,. ..
Member for St
'.iilii be
water I
made to the deep ?+*S>Z>7"*
_ .n the reply, ho Mil!., Proposal,. he^QUoled
They | believed ,ho .'"pression of oolnior, of*,
that a ibour took P"lnenl Jamalean newstvirie'
priority over every other need in j^ ",',1 "" Panslon of u,..
---- .. .u,,,|h| , If,,.
"Jy Industry had dori
more for Jamalen than BmLi.
rnant., M,nl<.y an<| iJ
lielans put together Th.
i i,;h- ,,"---'- J^inw. me expan-
ml day and
pooch could
I iiilit.
t like
added,'* he told. "The flouoo ap- h'v" was'rfU^"ura' ^
vs romartl IBC r, i7lMh.c,c7,omlc.*dv"n-
need for a OVW-oIuSA ^"TSlS ,l
bo- cf.lony. K was Sd to e? th
' the^tter was'wfrn^^pp^-
.Mr. W, A. C-rawfoni gBC- CUltod and so nblv put flaranvrf
Mottlry's motion. M It was by the Junior MenYb. '
rtdlni it. he said 'or St. John.
had tieen somewhat m- With regnrd* the question of
' tuttooa] as- ftouslng. nn picture, painted in
I thai had '" mos- lurid terms eould exag-
M) t ?Zral0 ,h"* P0*'"0" of the wrvloh-
ReU ill time that " housing conditions In some
ft pa.?,.. & ''nd*.

rrom the tliri
I I
view.
Iieerhes
II was also good to see honour-
able members expressing their
reoiiwition of the fact that
i wastin
the m-itter
..! "in mv :"""* ""> "uio accrue to tne
. a loiTf If aW ^"^ wouW ^
cted discussion w^hThe'houslngTondmolTinX
on the (. rural arena '""mine
In the present oorurUtuUouI ex- |,0iin For Baaaaaal
%?m*Z ,KxneSn,n1WU J ^and f^S ^SlVliS
mr".her. of -he H. from the .uggesllon. thai there Is no rra-
mitorHv I'-'v wet......non.lble son why a loan could not be made
' itto" "' ** r.overn- from the Price Stabilisation Fund,
'. ' <* 'he deserve Sugar Fund or the
. .,.,. Rchjbiht.ition Fund. We cannot
go on forever rerubtliut*
is the sixth year and by now
most of the machinery these fac-
tories wanted must have been
installed and we should take
some steps to divert some of
these funds in order to house the
agricultural workers."
Then to the general aspect of
houses apart from the housing
conditions generally, there was a
certain amount of anxietv u>
those of the community who could
get no anal stance from the Lab-
our Welfare Fund The existence
of that fund had given rise to a
certain amount of Jealousy, from
those who could not use the fund.
Therefore the Government would
have to consider in the very neai
future ruome large scale scheni"
for assisting housing generally
It would be no easy task to find
i | because as soon as it
was started, it would cost astro-
nomical iigures rhoreforo <;".-
emmenl would be well advised
to i-onsioer every possible aspect
of building those funds, especial-
ly as it would be necessary in
the very near future to embark
upon a more extensive housing
campaign.
Stale Lottery
"I want to suggest thai settou*
attention be given to the possi-
bility of starting a Statr Lottery
for the purpoae of Housing." he
.-aid.
TtaO] aUoWOd the Turf Club to
inn ovsn year and there was no
reason why a State Lottery could
not be carried on. There might
be those who were opposed to it
from moral grounds, but they
would appreciate that the end
sometimes justified the means.
Barbados could scarcely be term-
re religious community
than Ireland and they ran an
Irish Hoopital s
In addition he saw a.
aril] thoj might not consider a
special tax on cinemas, club* and
amusement places generally in
order to get the money which Iboy
would need for the purpose. Al-
aaoH ovary month .i new cinemi
was going up and the implication
was that Ihcy must be making
money. Either the cinema owners
or cinema goers should he made
to contribute
Disagreement With H.E.
He muuglii Um Huuw j.i.ouU1
onrOM tneir disagreement to the
nnronCO m.id by Hut 1.
tu tbo practloo of abusing Civil
Servants. It was an uupulaUou
against members of the Legisla-
ture, the elected representatives of
the. people.
If DsOmbori RKM with a full sense
of ihen responsibility and made
what they considered to be Justi-
fiable accusations against any
particular civil servant, how dare
any official In Barbados from tho
Governor back down, even sug-
gest that they were over-stepping
their rights. If they did not do li
there, who was to do It? No meni-
l>cr would so abuse hla position as
to make an attack on any particu-
lar civil servant which was not
well-merited. He thought the
Governor over-stepped his bounds
when he made the allegations
which he had made.
He made his remarks because,
at some time the Governor's sug-
gestions might be allowed to pre-
vail in the counsels of the Govern-
ment.
There was reference by the
Governor who said he had no
doubt that Hnrhadns could afford
to hrlng Its Civil Servants up to
the British Guiana's standard.
One i. that the
ought have
creful n
but to
difficult for them to easily appre-
Harbadoe
with such a small revenue and
with such restricted prospects la
industrial expansion could be ex
peeled to maintain civil servants
in a way whici
British Guiana.
a rely hope that when the

have in mind any proposal which
may place civil servants on the
same terms as Hntish Guiam.
they may be pro\ Ided with all the
necessary equipmentby that I
mean facts and figures- -to supp*>it
what has been so gHfa)
ward by the Governor."
Mr. AHater ill -.,,.1 mm from
10 the deeiate. he had
arhothor they had been
dealing with the estimates. He
thought His Kxcellcncv had gmn-
inarnttoaa. The speech was unluV
Speech from tne King r>
mg the Government m power
the rmted Stale- President seek-
ing the sanction of i\.
when introducing what he hoped
to do in a parttculai term "f oilut
Bather than any accusations be-
ing thrown at the head of lh.
AdminLMi-ti.xi rot asaytbini irh*ei
he might have said, they should
roi much ins brina
tng to their oitontaon things whicn
ihoy might do t" usvprova the roo-
dltlons of the people m tl oOsOB]
He hsd only seen one benefit fnm
itand that was to draw t<> the
attention of the Government in
power things which members from
that side wanted implemented
Some of the suggestions m.,de
could t- considered timt I
of the f.t that the sstUmataa1
( nmmittve were vet
they would have time to imple-
ment some of the siigpcHtinn-
whlch had been made
Agreement
Replying. Mr. Adams (L> said
thai it was not often th.r
agree frith the Senim Member foi
St. John, but be could than.
H. ..... rather surprised that the
Junmi inemhei fOt St John Who
Was well read in such m
OBOO In the House In
loiim i >ears and was so OtUafUl ,.(
What he had to speak. cOUld hav.
00 ...nipIeteK mlOOOll his point
With regard* to the O
present position
When
mg up. they could not My th:,t H
0O| f.-r the Governor t
expres. hla rtew, Thoy could not
do this until the, had lh.
in Oraai B
if Ihev had :i Guvernoi
; 'thetlc to the Party In
power, he would have lo go But
so long as they were in lhal trans-
itional stage, the OovortMr WOO
entithd to express hi polnl
view. He desired, therefore like
members who pointed out thai
thoy WOro not explicitly dlseusslnp
the policy Of the Govern.
practically nothing
The policy of the Got)
was as clear as daylight It woo
expressed In their manifesto to
the public at election time and
would le carried out
Surprising
It was rather surprising, he .s:no.
that honourable members who
knew the Head of the Administra-
tion should dream that i
Governors should attempt to stifle
free speech. It was difficult to
conceive a Governor who was
nally .i Governor
: the Ad-
"ii and if
lid not possibly criticise
vhat he said about civil
servants.
b comment he had to
- hat the Governor said
- 'oembers abusing
civil servants, was that he s<
-,iMl
l only the soeotn
-.-.
> .ibused Tin 1
out with his fi li nds jov t
not doing work. That is inveetlvi
agait>st .
H lid say that the Honoura-
ble member who said H
In thi boot at and he
did not
1
-
Hog hail
not criticised the office but had
said that the holder of lh
i I doiai nothing (or
popuUrity Thai
IfSsOltOf as he OOUM not
tell what Honourable aaombofi
/
them
He had
irom which they could bo no get-
ting away from a libel
It was their duty to hung |o
lung ud call i
: Gi.vern-
Rient did not km"! thai cortol
i *ii it was
louuht tO lh> Oth ntion in that
I
No Difficulty Foroeeii
As far as policy was concerned,
it a matter for that Gov-
and he saw no reason to
suppose that that Government
:"ulllt> in
The junior
meinlier for St John and the
s-n.,,1 momboi tor St Philip won
ivToag ir Ihog uaeaasiA mat tne
nl won Dot 'i
claimed, lh) tttutlonaljy
n tn> whole Colonial Empire
i the oni\ t'overnment
in the ('oioni;ii Bopln wlsooo
polk v woi can . modincoUon or qullAcollori by
i kyffi inoi in- the Colonial
i
f. r the i u a his mo-
.... .:

Buoua.
With regard! the motion of tho
Bl Philip, Ihev
1 m..... ill.iii sny they
t l"|-i- ll fm ..
harhotn 11
not know what tho Rfuri
i : memba n Enoa wlth<
out his telling them that they
could not borrow mum > like
S'-me 'nop,* COUld go Into a bank

Mi i: D Mi*.: ley said he would
withdraw his motion for an Inser-
tion ir th< wholo reply
drawn as tho rejily. too. was
su'teillui
A division was taken on hla
it WOI defeated by a
,-n t)
The IT 1 to pn-
n p|] ii amaodad
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M l.i:\\o\ BOYD
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will then

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ut a system '
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and rubber which are highly
lo fluctuations
sraa de-
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lal level.'"
.other a
raft-Jag party wUl be
tudy problems of coo-
M whether the same
4 'tii-iMls will deal witu
;'. It clear that
i intend to lose no
to work,
act
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A few drops of the Genuine "4711" Eau de
Cologne, dabbed on forehead and temples or in-
haled from your handkeu-hicf. will stimulate and
revivify immedi.itelv
The (.enuine 4711 BOM uV COlOOlM LIOIIW from Cologne On
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BARBADOS liniil 1.1
uii.MnI.w. JANUABV 23. MCf
CLASSIFIED ADS.
PI IPfc.lC \OI III S 1-1 III II KALES
TtLXWOHC 2 901.
For BPIh*. *l*rrl>#* ei InMKMtt
MMONMU In Carfb Calling tha
< Merge t* U M lav MT numbae Of ol*
' P* Ptjew'sm
. .'Ill for a-eat*
I word Term
I M and 4 p
-ifc/ after n -.
A.\NtlM KMF.VT*
hi >- *<;i ifti
ttara. On rn|ii~i rtnuir.'a i..igr*t
rarwMM Publwrwra will aend a Braul
prlMp Ph..* for If*** In Oe.1
Agent*. Write "win MMhftl 'i
mi-m |M J. >>-.. *ll.iin* *

KIM A MM Ml
LOST
I Oil RE.V1
FOR mi
Lr
ALTOMOTIVK
n Vew>
Croak*. n
ts I t ..
m-.i i-m
A T IUK'1
. mp i ..1..1 -ri-.-. M
i-nflHi.in and >*r> -urtabar
rixiMmy Oarage Drfl Mfl
Traeler* lor Immediate n. later d.liv
I) ,1 4S1S. Court*.* Garage.
1IUfln
TRACK THACTOH Oliver
I.-l.l BDH B cvl Dl-eel
' D4 ui TD*
Irlivrn- !i .1 *W. CntuMay OWD
1* i H t.
< ox.own (> In perteel
BtMlj 4*00 mil*-.. UJ0B4O CASH
Applr DAVID VTAm. Jrtr r n T II
______
MOTOM-vru; Veie*tu hp
-..drl H a in Al wortllng ennditim
and well kept A tanarifiable To
mrjuirar- phone 44*7 P I U *
AUCTION
UNDER THE SILVER
HAMMER
By HMrucllona r*WM from IP* ki
urance CD are iriu *ell a* WBOMU-
DAY IM M On. focal 19 Mow Car
at CtMN afctnramay C.
Ltd CneaaH nt.eet
Saw t o'rMcK Term* PaOi
BatAMUK, TROTaflAN A JO.
ived be
i cMinr
. -t ,.( katM
n Armohoua* will
nderalgra**) up to.
|t|J
>iiKatil> mult to fully qualUM a*
Mur*e and Midwife, and muM fora*d
I Ineir -pplwaiio... their Baptlamal
Certificate* a- wall M "*r CerUrlratei of
Tha Uiv attached to Dim PoM Ii
aW prr month I'r.Hnnna. including
hogs, and giTi nravieM.
< rraaful .
quired to jmuuk
iSBf
link In We
. a. w. acoTT.
id ol Ou-rdlan*.
X! miu
It I W In
1-l.AT \ a-i* ...tained flat of 1
li u.f irnianad or partly tan
*l. Oiurl co>inlr> hi-.ie u

i February It Appl>. M-
waip AdvaniUnd I>r*4 *hana SM

HKKIKC rurnnhtd or unlurnithrd
Ora-ira Bti 1> i
laigr Kili'i.n T-.iM ind Hj'I.. fckKlrlr
Walrr Apply to Crv.lal Waim -r
1"...... * SO.IM-tn
TWO lAKOriVH. (IMS
PBMIIHI *atat. with
walk w. V
nlahM
U'.VMMI
in i i
MClTMi
lV l)iT7a- AiiPthrr alil|iiiiMa1
mUHQ Mr. iwl, PHmm m i
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l REtlMAN TAVI-im*
OAMGI -TD. Shc-i-.i-i rtmnr *i
or 44 a i M to
nr;rMir;:HAT*iR

Mr. W H
r-|.. .. ... -I
al Ihr
l .ii

ronwa ivki j"ii b
|A| Hnara. Cord mnp Hold..:
Ili.l.|art. iturtara tto'ttrhrm rimh SwilrhM
Flf. off. Uturtr Daah A Co. TUdor
Ml XI I H In
A YARD MAM- for Omrtal wark.
and la drive a car wrmi irflrgd
Apply J. M* O. Hmtwii ili.alr.
Marino Uardru. 11 I atto.
OPKRATOR HalNnal Cash Book
Koaping Machlna Oparalor wilh pratl-
oua taprrlamr piHarr<^aaV> awnm*
ullai on or befora 1*1 Tlanii lira
tolary mmmrrwuralo with t- CbnaktriaUon will alas ba lvcn to an
Waipcrirnrrd prraon who li a limit In
train dtirlni lha n.i-ith a| |-.i>n.af
Apply In prtaon with wlltMti -ppllea-
Uon. DowdNal Ertataa Trading Co
Ud IT I S-n
Tin M.XKI... : .. t MaaaffM
a*iirt M.fc.r, Marti.....-
s,',.,ii aa la* ato)
AM !(.,!..
a..,,,.- ; iv. k Hall Zi I.H-to
I.iris linltMri.il Inion
That* wff-ta !> . faMttoiu* Ma-tli
M tha GIU al IW Union Ha or
Friday Mth Jannaiv at ft ) Ma.
ban ara aak^d l -alt a t
PftaffaW
ROYAL NF.lMtRLANDS
STEAMSHIP CO.
*ilrg raoM niurt
_____ T4 FAKAMAaUBO IMI
HklTl-H r,l IANA
M H p*".-n. aWri J.n II9I
M 4 'imlAi Mtn F.B laM
AIH-". 1" ItlVliK ra*"IIM>
AND I"..... OIIANA
< Cotllcd, llth Fab. IftU
Si, BrS i*
F. MIIHS. BON a CO
-
Trva M V
Oranlm.-a. AMma.
Mr :..!, |.*
r I fUTrHM/Nrjl
AaMOCIATtON i1
mana. Takr Hi
REAL ESTATE
T>.a:
Avrnua. tolk.*>lla. con-
-.... towtaa| I '!- '*
' '.iiar laavit
onabM oBai rafuaad.
HAKTIJtY COL'KT" A bungalow
ituata at MoulD DUtrirt at. Gaa*|<-
Maiding on 1 M) aquarr faat of Und
Thp hoaaa contain* drawhw and dining
tooma. J badnvaaa. ktl.tvan. talkal
bath. Inaaawt,.-, to .ppaifatin-..! I
inc- underalgoad Tha proprtli all
Indai trbruar* lit j
fliifflih TM MCI
i.-.i
r.. .. .i
Iihoiim' Tax Notice
NOTICE IK HCRFIIY QITTN thai
Vincent
Ml to
Tha undarMpM*! "rill olter for al*
- 'oatuka, at IKalf oHar*
Friday the Stti Jamuary al t pn.
A Matw waU aMlta houag atandlng
on half art aero of Land al London Moad.
anilcn* Hill Dwatlifif hmrar compr
nprn Verandah, Drawing, .nd rtintng
RooaM fbirr b-tkroarm. knVhowrlr U*k
and bath Omrmmml wairr inatall*
lo Mr. A r Kim >a oanrr any da
i tatttor anrttrnlari and CondlMof
Canadian National Steamships
-"I KH'1 !>
l-A DV NiaJKIN '
I'VNAIKAN ( RUUCK
i \:>v rtootrrr*
i.aity rtmJKXi-
'CANADIAN cRinam"
..liJany
,.1J rr*.
..n rw*.
taUa
Baataa
14 Jar*.
M Jai
T Potoy.
Frby
, 10 Marth
, .. M.n.h
simtRhiH M'
"I.ADY BODNXT"-
-J.AUY Katl^ON '
IAN CUVlBam-
l-ADY RODNEY
i^dt Nia^oa-
-can cnuisas"
Far further parUculara. apply u
GARDINER AUSTIN
M F*l>y
I It Marrh
4 April
II April
& CO.. LTD.-Afnt.
r pa nan whaao incoma la trpito par
'nrporatod or un
... M-nra. paraona ai.gagad In any Iraxta
nr pnrfaaaaan. and ownera of land ft*
|ii'ii>prly wtolhcr a laiabh* Hirnrna ha*
Forma nf Rati.m ma> im- owtMnad Iroan
i. i ..,, t i Dgparlri n i ArnBR ihi:
1ST DAT OP JANUARY. 1PU. and th*
lorma duly rlllrd in murt to dalivar.-.!
to ma on or torora HM
dartM,
FURNITURE
(HAIRS. Chalm. Chatr. and olhar
rnilura and all aoru of fliti.ia. for
ui home A. BARNES A Co, LIK
it.in ira
WAIID It'lBE Oi
Mirrored Ward-ltoba
!- Mah.dPn''
wrr* (Maad on Uv
Dnnnber, Iftfll ui,
Jlit day of Mann.
li.'.., 11 pan
place ol buNn
I.... ,.,...,1 ,..
day of June. II
MM
whuaa prwu-lpal
.\ll. M1III I
The ura^Wlnad will otter for aala
I llwir otnee. Mo. IT. High Sti-a*.
linn-Mo.. lii'l'i *- Hal *>
Jaaoarr. llftJ, at I p m. tha deairable
Ming lol of Land containing IT.tol
ura Itr' or thereabout* Ituaie on
of Rrndaivoua Hill l> ml lo the anil
and adjacent to the land* of Cloud
Wain the iriidanc* ol Sir Dudley Loa-
k Tha alia n in within eeey reaet.
the Ooll Club and enmrh- m
beautiful view
"r partimlara and condition*
I -ol* apply in.
OORIaa, CATFORD Co,
to h tatt
Mill Ito
I dap of Januni]
PLNE.
MECHANICAL
OHT CiEHTS
SporU Model i
Tubei Ap|>1>
T. and Death ihn | Aa
perw.il falling to mko hi*
m wlthta Ihe due dale will
lablr to ii toe not earradina
be pr oat ruled unkran a
faclorj reaaon I* pVH
10 l.taWTtl.
PEMSOKAL
aTKNOURA-illFit TYPU
rMX apply by IHIer .(.d in perao
.....aoi ' m i m
Th* la-w-i.1
InlerMla A..
Ilally Pol Y. Advocate) Co
Windward TaleiwU
H. ..,.( ...: t ...
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MISCELLANEOUS
^Irrd for Buy-1 Club. Ilav
^r purriiaaa Pleaaa 'phoni
i Crnlrnl Polio
ng rredlt to
nHAirrtaN .new
I ...i
MISCELLANEOUS
ANTQUES Of every dexrlptlgn
aiim Chana, *M Jewel*, too atrree
Waterrolowr* Marly honk* Mapa. Auto-
gn.phi ear al Uorrlnfea AnlatMt Shop
u|liilnf Ratal Tachl Club
a joai-t f
, Fiitr axTH
Mi >
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ml r.nil
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i \BU I RlilAN u.vni'i' wii.ii
n ..,...H.,| deatgna all me. A new
' ..pei.ed Thanl-a. DI..I **l
TO-DAYS NEWS FLAS1 '
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i Lid.
if in 0i
AlJilANAC
.'TICA!. Al-MANA
V. IUTAKF.il*
ioa
DAILY MAM.
.
VliilJN ll>.
.F1S
iii roa iHMi.s
ST"AK-\T<)H OIL b> the Pltil
l I li M'l'N -HANTUNO Heavy qualU
in I bier Ilriiwii. Tuiqui'lw Ho*
id While. Jg- wide |1&
: Klrpalahl. J Swan Mieet
D bU-li
H .... ii... ti,.g
*r|f C1AUDIM1
nan. a> I do net
for her gnyon.
PWHd-ixrr Mouaa.- im in*
t nagpM i. Jam** atandlng or
ood* Mi parch**
-| i-m........na and diAMd rogtng.
iiul bath. Moder
(nd rraant* room U
n.m Mnndy U Frld
te HARRISON LINE
OrTWARD FROM THIS TNITED UNGDOH
S.S. mOGRAPHEH '
a s
ss
i
'TKIHESMAN"
"INVENTOR"
I'HOSPECTOR"
Frowi
.. Newport &
(iii.-.row
.. M'lirouah and
.. Liverpool
,.LondoR
8th Jan
11th Jan.
13lh Jan.
25th Jan.
Du*?
IlarbmOm
20th Jan.
31st Jan.
27th Jan.
7th Ffb
HOMEWARD TOR THE UNITED MM
Vf-Mfi For
S.S "HERDSMAN" ixtndon
Far further InrarmsUon appij U
CXotet in Barbagloi
6th r?b.
DA COSTA & CO., LTD.Agenta
S.P.C.K. BOOK DEPARTMENT
(C. F. HARRISON & CO. FIRST FLOOR)
..ii Readers lit A 2nd Primer En*!) I
ok III | Ma) I urat (WrekU-yi
Stim- for the V.-ry Yoiinc (L^rconlbe) Stow & Sure Heading
Itook* i Thrnuph S(--e.t to Willinr Vol II J Ftii-danrental
Amhmeli. iM,i I Itortr*, Book II I Con-
dM Oxford nii'ttonarv Pitman'i Shortruuid Inrtmctor
Graph Paper ronlwap -heri- crulrdt 5 DrawinK Books
NMi> Ml
A Klng'i Slory (Duke uf Wlniirs MommrM i i
Around Us (Rachel Carson i il Morninn Journt
ton) | A Moum* is Born (Anita Looal Reuter'u Ct-ntury
Margaret Kennedy (Lucy Carmichael) t US (Fougaa**)
Hor. In the Maklnu iLadv W-iit !! The LonR Memory
(Howard Clewes)
What the Church of England Stands for 8 Training In
l^ndi (History of SPG ) ) The Seal of th Spirit S Hume
Prayerg t Gorc'a Commentary (rnmplete ed ) Angllcnnisui
(More A Croas> | Parson's Pki-i Bonlc ji Parish Priest's Pads
BBC Hymn Book I Cori Bye to my Generation ft Into All
Church i rfc U coUan rtocka floating triaki
lA-cUnnari's Btmk "f Lemons, etc. etc.
We ftUll have a fe tluirie- La ItrgsRj bindings, shopping Ust,
.m.1 rKi..iiii'ii it ) ...
Cards for aU occ*urtons especially VALENTINE CARDS
Order forthcoming bo.*- from itu- S.PCK. Book Deportment
THE BOOK SPECIALISTS OF BARBADOS
TEL. I7
Don't Ruin Your
i TIRES!
Putting Wheels in Line
Can Save 5000 Miles
Of Rubber !
'.: i 't-V.i'i.
CRUDE OIL COMES
ON 'INVERLAGO'
Oil tanker Inverlago arrive
ban tron CSMapMo, Vaaatuali
yesterday with n curgo ol 913.7W
jtallons of crude eil fr the Brtt-
IJi Union OH Ow
The tavrrlago ;mihtired Off
Sin II .11 v. In i
discharge her cargo through pipes
running Ottl UtO BM "eft. Tho
tanker Is r unsigned M tkm
R. M .l""'^ CO, Ud
or >olg
ui J
offlce
,Y.
ftS-ln
undrralgned will offer for sale al
. High .Street. Dridge-
-- rrMar tie !< Febrnaey. IMP.
tha dwellUarhounr called
with tha land thereto
ood. 3 prrrhea or Ihere-
aPouU adlolnlhg Dr IlancrnfC. rM-
dence al Loer Fonubelle. The ho.e
mntalm ck.wn.talr.. drawn.* and dining
room*, brrakfait room. I wo bedroom*.
toilet and bath and upatalra 3 bed-
roonw Electric light, rompgny'. wafctr
^rd gag lurned In.
li.ipaelton an- d-v between the hour!
.11 pm and 3 pm. on applleaUon un
For further particular* and condition*
0( Mkr apply In:
KITTLE. CATFORD Co..
snileltora.
TANKS Qalv Tank*
General Agency Co It dm Ltd
Stnt
Mixed Cargo Arrivea
From British Guiana
'['li.- '.h.-.h.'i Marlon tlelle
Wolfe arrived hfrl uTOB HiMish
Gin.in. vtsterday with a cargo
including 2.000 bags of I M ffl
bags of charcoal anu SO hunches
of fruit. Th,.
signed to the Schooner pi->l
ale motk-r
The undersigned *ill ofrer lor Ml.
th.:r offlce. No. 1?. High Sireel. Bn.
town, on Friday Ike 1*1 Febraarr. **
the newly rreetrd alone wull bungalow
railed "MIDC.ET*- ^landing on S.T0O
aquare feet nf land al Welrha* Now
Road. PI. Michael The dwelllnghoune
irnda h anting and dining
room*. S bedroom*. itchenetie. toilet
.li' ..n. 1 M.miinii
nitrr (latage and n>nl' room In
vard. Apptoaimately nail >* ">' Und
... MMbPJM
any day on application In
H faor wbaMi at*
lllMeal bk) aal .
pat a year abead i
Leg .i-ii tee
litu wheel*.
furthet
irulars and
C"G" TRAMS ATI ANfiO U E
SAII.INdS TO SOUTHAMPTON AND ITIANCE
Via
SIARTINIUI'K AND OUADBUXJFB
"COI.OMBIE'' 2ii Jeaaaf*. 1952-
"COUIMBIK" 2nd MrcK. 1952.
"COLOMBIK" IJIIi April. 1952.
SOUTH-BOUND AND CRUISE
Call al: Trinidad. I.u Ouaira. Curacao. Carlaycna.
Jamaica
COLOMBIK" IMh January. 1932
"COLOMB1E" 2IHh February. 1952.
"COLOMBIK" 2nd April. 1952.
AcceutinK VaiaMaSaBI CnrKO Mail.
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at
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Ttre$tone
JAc JjfAH with Built-in (Dependability
*,'.:','.',',*.***''*
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A MODERN BATH ROOM J* '/,T"'""
is a necessity and with an N
. . ALL-WHITE POKCE- *
LAIN GEYSER a warm or J
hot balh is obtainable In I X
matter uf minutes MORN- **
INC. NOON, or NIGHT .
. Sec them
At Your Gas Show
book one to-day /
next ghipmcnf.
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'The lututc look itarvine;,
Tba ItHxi-iine don't look nice
And Jo* agreag with Robert.
StarvatoOD at the door."
liOO SAVS
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Joe cV Robert must read more ads.
Together with those other lads:
Then they'll see the good-line KOO,
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J & R with the help of KOO
l!;t\. BO fear of dropping through!
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Ei>m> normal skin needs
THESE 2 CREAMS
FOLLOW Tllfc BRAI'TT 2
I Mil OF SOCIETY*;
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I'AC.I II \
BARBADOS ADVOCATE
WEDNESDAY. JASCARY 83. \*U
W.I. Tourists Beat Victoria By 4 Wickets
Walcott. Christian* Beat
( lock In Race For Runs
(rroni ll\KOI.!> |i \l I ,
SYDNEY lan. 22.
etory m a
moel Mhillonil rajuinei In hurricane hou
exploded Into an aatoniahii VJctoaig witn
two minute to ipare.
k hitOOUi wickel ol the tout In U
KEEP YOUR HOME SP/C AND SPAN
I Ol It III xs

win in 210 i
Sl till -.,; .HH! R H
and bot
Sensations IKi !; ii
nil the DOW ling, and


iuU now .i.. i '
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ii assault OH th
needed IW2 in 10




four*, -

. i i>u 119 in '
cored i
BL' -
thoMk rboll betl
the Victorian neldan*

Delirious Chwrleg
When Wakotl fell lo a mag-
.

for his nsagniul i i
I

in 1U2 minutes.
ttuag]
that hit the mill ' i1 '
- -1 lo mob
Ing room.
Filter than Uectridti
Bo d l>ec
thai t'
lost control < f the and
ampin
'.>il up slumps I
befor.
hlt ii.. i I
inch tiit i i tow tetn
J'cans Deny
Cold Welcome
Kumour
PUBLIC
CONTRACTS
HILL PASSED
We) have a wide range of
PAINTS-ENAMELS VARNISHES
I. HERBERT Ltd.
lworpwrelrft
lt
Mi. K. C. Mai
Mnea>
'he louring Jamaican team, yf-
rd*) denied the substance of. an
ippeamn in the Daily
c.ir*nrt oi JwauUca, inch ciaimea
Under a Bill passed by the
,"' House of Assembly last night for
'jtrying out ol the Convon- .
tien relating to Clause* in Public |j
Contracts, public contractors i
B j- ,i ,, u.'.b-c -,prt nttum-ve hour-
rates of I
e been given a cold rel
i;.-it .ii'..'
Ir, an interview with Ihe
IrivM-jU- Mtecdaj Mr. Marle>
said:
'This naming I saw a cutting
(ron UM Dally ClrWT Newspaper
>. tb> i
. .
HICKETEHS COLD WELCOME"
This has caused me and every
member of the Jamaica team con-
siderable conmn Some of the
Statement! eon turned therein are
0 far front the truth that I am
unable to allow them to pas*
wages and observe hours and con-
ditions ol labour not less favour-
able than those established in the
trade or Industry in lh,
where the work 1* carried out "
NOTICE
St \ II I
rUlMTTO turn.
one to Irs durlm hl>
il K. ii-in,i..n Oval
nnhio of II
Youngsters1 Swimming Form
\ugurs Well For *52 Olympics
The Bill which was parsed with-
.",:,,";; .Tl*'oee4Uo* * inmenL w V5 ^md"^0
BAHHADOS OrVB OUB '"rough the House by Di. H. G.
Cummins, junior member tor Si.
Thomas, on behalf of the Govern-
ment, and supported by Mr. M F.
Cox iLi who seconded the motion
for the second reading.
The two members explainci
I would even say that if every "'"l lh purpose of the Bill *as
was the complete and l" implement a Convention adopi-
unvarnishaii truth 1 would regard fd "> the lnlernatIOnal Labmi
ale as not in Ihe best Organisation at a general Cn(.t-
mtercM of the good relationship *'"ce "'
tourna-
at Geneva in June HH.
which Convention provides that
persons employed by public BOD*
I reeeivi the num
wages and conditions of employ-
ment as similar employee*
fctly by G
Kdwat-i B i
., f.rm and prospects \.ho recently crossed from Dover as soon as our arrival. I have had'' -~~ :~ ~":~~ ~"
-xt sum- to Calms m IS hours to become repeatedly lo remind member a ot Prov,de* u1*1 ** contractor snau
HI .. swirn- DM of the four men who have the team of that warning
-im the BttfUgfa Channel m both .-cqucntly many of the invitations
niing Is another sport which is directions Was then a young and which have been pourinu in have
. ,'ivel in the luperbb lit M years ot age. A had to be refused.
Tinted Kingdom Vorkshiremaii. Philip Rising, swam "I cannot too strongly state
from the time when Captain across at 42 Tom Blower, made o,at no member of the team
Vatthew Webb swam the English | rvcerd England-to-Francc. swim aasoclates himself with lhi artlcl-
M \l.THt PII.KINGTON
and prospects
.vluin wr hope that thew
iftanti will i
We oeOM here to play end
to the best of our ability and ai
;.m m itranae* le Barbados .
warned the team against the P10* n
Englishman dangers of Barbadian hospitality -.
.Vi I ne Bill
TENDERS are invited lor the
manulaclurc of WIRE COAT
HANGERS. A sample can be
obtained from the Manager,
Sanitary Laundry Co. Ltd.
SANITARY LAUNDRY CO.. LTD.
CLYDI *\ \li <"l I
SCOREBOARD
i
d Of the Flrsi I
..mi BerbedM

ended yesterday in
ii: wur-hipp*-!- .tlike could ipenri forma
Iff]
.. to France In ia"S- the iwo years ago when 3%
iport bag bad ronanUc gppeal tended swimming back when un-
h.ni iu'i ittempted the favourable conditions off ihe
'.r. ufore Webb achieved it He French coast prevented him from
n'-anie n.iliofiul iiei. His pel- starting. His ambition is still to
.- -o f'red others with the swim the Channel there and back
that crou Channel in one go Florence Chasiwick. of
AuKii-t erg now California, the only woman wh*
numeroAis. has swum It both ways, is 32.
The newspapers have played But the younger they are, as-
ilieir part hclpint lo popularise Miming they have reached physi-
Iht sport. Before World War It cal maturity, the better. When
pis i u aaej arere prateaslon- Doris Fell, a Lancashire mri b
,.|ly taught to swim at seaside re- came the llrst of her sex ever to
irl i -f :i publicity cam- iwUn the ten ;ind a half mile 117 since I have seen this often-n-e
palgn Seeatde auttsOrlltei did kilometres) length of Ice-cold Lake utting only this morning, ol
iheir share by building spacious Windermere, she was 16. Cardiff intimating the displeasure of the
ful swimming pools in schoolteacher June Knight was'18 entire Jamaica Bide and tender to
the open an where swimmers an 1 when she. too. achieved this per- t hu public of Barbados >ur
e last June apologies for any annoyance or
keep proper wage books and tunp
Hiicets showing that the wages
paid to. and time worked by the
workmen in and about the execu-
tion of the contract, and that
contractor shall be bound when-
requirwd, to produce such
much'd.s- woge I***" ond time sheets for
the inspection of any person
authorised by the Labour Com-
missioner, who is deemed the
"Competent Authority."
which
omllture as have other matters
which have appeared in the Dally
Gleaner newspaper since our de-
parture but which fOrtunateb
affect only the personal life of
certain players.
"If the reporter has not been
iYirr.x-11, ,nr... i ,k i iracis wiinoui approval irtun me
The Bill also prohibits the con-
tractor from sub-letting their con-
tracts without approval from thi
i take the earliest op-
portunity of contradicting this
most unfortunate article.
*I take the earliest opportunity,
tub-contractor in all cases t
conform to the conditions of the
main contract, the main con-
tractor being responsible for the
observance of all contract con-
ditions on the part of the sub-
contractor.
.


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I
K A1bln>n c Muli. b Itwod
r Kl-c >i|>l Ilium Ii Pinroal
Bbuu b Uudir
n.i| oul
Iheb 'eisurc in a health giving In international and home hurt which this ill-conceived
swimming events more and more article may have caused,
BntabVl A.natcui Swimming established performers of mature "Finally let me on behalf ol
.Weiiat.oi. >.tw t.< the ompetiti\......rs .tie being pushed oul b> lunaJog tender |Q BarbadOl OUI
-,-ie by encouraging the format. :i Ijm wh. are Uttte more than most hearty and sincere congratu-
0) tlobs Us activities were the children. At least two 18 yeay lations on their well merited win-
more successful because the "ds may go to Helsinki with
had been well prepared by Britain s Olympics swimming lean;
ihe Schools' Associations, whow "* summer while -
aim was lo get boys and girls irjlo holidays. Teen-agers
the water as soon as posslblt. They
have done magniflccm work for
awimming in Britain by teaching
i
Ik >!.:.
I.., V 3
i i ass.
.hum im. 1. ti t .!>
". Ms gfJT -in. 1. ItllUI
b It l-ii: 1


'.ir as 1 lot l
o> senegs
iammi i>i nnroraa
- b narhvr 1
U Thorboorn a r.luill b B>rk SS
I I. b Km* 1
i l< K.n* Jl
i t b w b c B VrillUma
lloldn H
n
it
school
i all the OUi. "ye**
titles on the first day of Britain's
laUonel swimming championships
u August. One was Angela Barn-
voung children the basic elements *<'" ** Worthing. 13 years old
of the sport. The education girl 100 yards (91.4 inches) free
authorities have readily g'*"en style champion
them all the support possible. This * ,h'', hrllllamt Scottish girl
i lion has brought excellent Nancy Rlach. whose life wu so
Itenlll tragically cut oft in its prime by
It is true that age is not a par- infantile paralysis Angela's time
ticulax handicap to swimming it w" t*"" ,h,an those returned
the enthusiast is tit. Wlllia: '
tiieu
. jhoolb, towns
tid In county trials. With such
thoroughness and enthusiasm Brit-
ain cannot fail to produce not
onlv line swimmer* at an early
m age but maintain the enthusiasm
l Briliain's best reflected in an entry of 540 swim-
mers, a record, for 16 Individual
events at the recent national
championships.
WHAT'S ON TODAY
Court sf Appeal10.00 a.m.
Police Band Concert at Silver
Sand.*, Christ Church
7.45 p.m.
FOOTBALL TODAY
There will be a football match
ni 5 o'clock this afternoon at
the V.Ml'C. ground, Beck"-* ,
between the staff of
Manning and Co., and S. P,
Musson Son and Co.
The teams are :
Manilla*'*: W II Ktfl
Li
Skeete. It I Marshall. ,
R. Johnson. I. Bvi
tarmei 1> llowaid and S.
Ooddai :
Mnwiii'i B B ncld. A. i
Hoert (CapL), R, Noel A
Ingram, H. |ng)
A. Hutch.ns n. 1
Medford, i. M rah ill and A.
Stoute.
enior championships.
Then there are those two other
15 year-olds, the Yorkshire back-
stroke discovery Pauline Mus-
and Scotland's OJympic
hope Margaret McDowall. In sep-
arate heats Pauline returned toe
belter tunes but Margaret retained
ihe women's backstroke title by
The International Yacht Racing mches when they clashed in the
Union are to slold trials In June linal. There was only four-tenths
to select a new two-man boat foi of a second between them. Paul-
intern, itlonnl racing. ,n,> first showed promise when at
Recently designed in Holland the age of 11 she became the
youngest girl to compete in the
championships Her success is an
New Centreboard
Yacht For 7rials
r. :. J r.
i. tor si s tar in, a f..r iss. t roc m
it., sss. 9 tor am
m.ll.l\4. AN IIIHM
o hi ii W
1 King M S 4
. lUikn U 11 1
I* SS
!i v so iKNUroi
specially "for this task is the Fly-
iiik Dulchnuui. a generously
decked boat of just under 20ft.,
with low freeboard and of the
planing type. Developed from
the International TOfMOOi the
Flung Dutchman represent,, the
ideas of many small-boat npertl
nd the prototype, built of mould-
llustration of the Ihoroughne*:
with which the English Schools'
Swimming Association is finding
and preparing future intern: iional
representatives.
At Blackpool in Northern Enjf-
i
i i. v b I
eu plywood and weighing only 1,,nrt reconV' 40 boys and girU
275 1b. has shown an exciting per- 'ompeted m the finals of the
(brmance In preliminarv trials. '"Honal school championships
II :- suggested that tUneglas. 1 he reward of merit is a couching
a ill also be allowed for the hull 'oursc with intensive training,
'ion if this class i' adopt- rh*' ultimate reward may be
od. Flhreglass hulls, which con- Olympic honours for the nutstand-
i i layers of fabric made of,in* swimmers.
I glass flbres bonded to- The secretary of the Schools'
^thei with a theriiio-ja-ttlng championships is Mr. S I"). itte
U.S. MINISTER
TO LIBYA NAMED

WlllUllH
I.. .- .. .'
K
AVASHINGTON Jan. 21.
leal Truman Moo I
BMMnln iti ret
Vlilllll r
r. ki
lo the newly | . claimed a*ei
klnaaon ol Libya. Il(ililr.
i r

..
plastic material, wore first seen
in Ihe U.S.. but the material has
also been used for boatbuilding in
Britain.
Several existing type*
Inboard racing boats
present .it the trials to show com-
paratlye performance. Among
111 probably be the Inter-
national 14ft.. the I4f: Merlui-
liocket, the 15ft. SwordlWi and
the recently introduce.) 16ft. S
Hornetall dtnghli'* oiiKiii.iTink' \*
In Britain II i- lifceb thai the
American-designed Thistle and
he v ;-\ man-designed l;n metre
Sharpie will alao a< t trW
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Popular Shades Supreme Quality
HI l\l S
Prince William Henry Street
water polo expert and couijly
swimmer. Describing how tne
ehoeen 4tM> gUnsned the coveted
honour of appearing in the finals,
| ten* he said they passed through vau-
H> C.n Also Hupply V.u Wllh
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