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PACF. 110IIT n.\R.\no .\nvor\Tr BARBADOS WIN SECOND TEST TUESDAY. JANTARV . 1152 • tr-m M f ' n ns^uN AUSTRALIA WIN asststup ads*, I ana turn Kanull low through the slip for four run.* but afti [>lay confident dsSSCashra nickel aiwi 9 tram i ;i 1 was .11 | bold his MM up nm| allow Mil the bulk of (ho scoring. FIFTH tar MsvaV (roes after having humping the batsmen i Micit live, nml making them play fatal defeeilv.'hats In mid-air. Stollmeyer. howl inninvi ,,n„i i,, T stayed outside it ami let it puE^KEJii ..he rePMtKl his ejrlier stroke II. Ihr MulUi' ItOWev. played n useful have loat cone.-...., . lore Ule luncheon interval was " Ef^X.... ., !" ST* : l ^sr. SSM^TK*. •• sitter that came itraight to him. —. . — KUdta did not benefit by th, MoMmryrr a < enlury htr to. with, ut addJM Hasartt was now In a dreadful score ha am taana anaaw stttn btt towllng chanya, 1 Marshall next over und having been so keen on keeping this time he put up a similar U P. U u mp,B %  "*** "'" now catch but to Smith at midoff this n d MUlfr bowling r ^^ I Ihe latter made DO mis""I the new ball over due. Now £ Present i tiake m hunumtf off an MV n.trh h<1 mu8t nave missed Ian Johnlike to say how d< x„„ l '"* 1 ' %  "' l ""< l ht **>*>" Jamaica. i.p*cre ta th( wor d hnd Wn tUl pi,tly W( nope na tnoy ,. < ^ mv hour and %  halt lor 4.> unlll „. v, n gic„IT Henaud who was w wffll i d h !" ... „,. ,„ ., prove., t„ Ilopscorc for his „ „„. The JL ,' team. He executed some powerMrm was lo flvc Stollmeyrr Strike J^l-J ^ J?LL. ^ J, ful sweeps to the square leg f ,, r hp hrf J he nrrdprt f„r hi. Jnm U: ?J T ^ ^ P !' boundary during the course of he, hundred, hut Stollmeyer merely iioart from that, m inningi end was i.ot afraid lo took singles Safety was the thing vw nNllllv "" '%  •* %  %  '" %  -*. m-ire clubs and schools would osptxi-Uj KffM \ery succew have taken advantage of the op„^jiim( other ladies teams wl ihe struggle in A-strnha. and pmtunii, offered by the B-rba, to wish aiy ^ Table Tennii AssociatExceiienry >%•• t fliallnWl tm| entrant. I..I II..Ii'i • aod ll.-.iher Dan the umr lie *••• *' ho 'ttondld "me of the p a t ay Humphrey, Jean Humdean team" the menmatches, ^complained that phrey. Yvonne Costella. • PRIZE LIST jane* i %  • %  were i^'l rnc ,. Glommrau. now haveil. The publi'will SM Nearly all the ladles sMTg pne what they can do. *iing last year. They should glv ;. good performance this season. i < %  '.'• iii* nn ir> ence which they gained B b> BSajtlU team ..f pasM I W'-i. roH.irO r Kinfl OTBAIJA — BNB miMJStol Lunch was taken at the end of Ihe over and Jamaica had lost M STRATI* — i fcsto for 184 runs. Miller * • %  !" M being 11 not out and Ooodridge 5 t not out. Ttxam Mrl> i.M h Mmlhln Slill Carefree ^'1 S w'^rViT „ , , MUMr < Wtttn h Vairnlln* • Ooodriuge was 'III ( %  carefree %  .. N mood after lunch. He took *> long single oft William* who openi....ri*aii WMwi a 0^> w •d l">m the screen end and after J l l r |".'' "twii**•• • Miller himself singled to give him i*nirv b Oonw. %  strike again, he lifted another sWi* • %  high to (he long on T-u| m boundary for four. — Next over from Marshall he r.u at %  "•**• gsi >->: helped himself lo anothei liound >>•; +• %  %  •-"• %  %  -•"• *-"*• nry a high shot over the head of the eova potnl fieldsman for four nnwuHO ANAIVSIS runs, this time at the expense ot NormanMararu.il. w n ", l>oubfe Century R. !" h n ii" s IM ? Continuing his quest for boundvimiinr o • • i William.high lo the long on „,„. M Uagwall and he was rewarded with Gocxl'""' %  icket. Tle hitler snick,."„2dl ed one thnt was cut bock from the r.*< lei and King in the slip held the catch to dismiss him after having Juggled the ball for sometime. The Jamaica Itmlng* ISM BOD closed for 213 runs. rat* i n Btal A. I 1 'il Bdl Mn. Champion „ l-irsi .Hatch Margaret Wjod ofJ*"**"* Co 11(JUn wi „ y toge is the Ladies' Table Ml „ ^ lnU r Li ^ ^ ( Ulc crumpion ot Barbados. Last NB M H .,, v, u i,v •"r sir ^rrsSfSs XilfAL "S2^c3JTJS was hald for ihe lint time, she w ex a ii to asn ?SS?a5r: "^c: t,u .houl the match Her dcNew Sr^.j., fence and smaahln. power, are M u, rbrtul „ M \. Iannis alao good and she k accurate >l jZZ% ob)ecl ,„ lhl n w IV ue. retumini unaanes T| , ,, „,„ „„„,„„ ,„„, ;.;; SeTUS <3S-%£"-:'"* %  -* By the way. the Games Mlstrr-is SheplMrS %  (queen's College has recenth WllllH II %  .!: I" IS g I.Ml. %  M. | %  started a Table Tennis section Tie girls have a new Table Tennis noard. kther poVyars i>n the Quesn'i Caiege team are Rulh William' Nell llkll. J>ee Clark.-. |aOS, mary narrow and Jean Rest 11 .. u.i Club item from the current Table Tennis Kevlew. ulate*: "Many complaints have been i Rrnai.il A True tiame The fundainental the game is that both Bath played a veiy line SjaCM ->f Sport." he said. pulled hM weight and done what he had to do to .bill!.' .although Minn 1 i misfortune. To those who have succeeded, we in Barbados and thoise srno though only i>* a small mease-• we commiaerat. -I'il JITP" 1 ^ con gr. I in la ted both I wished them the bast In UM fubowUc.^pr— ai** by ture. !{. %  Kxei li> i wanted to say one word and it would l,e emph All.ni s.ml enjoyed this cricket very much indeed and we look forward to your crming back h again." He raised "£*S*L* HSmt to be'devetopedla little more. Do-server of ,>ro^lng that any spin • • lores was a serm-ftnallst e iti %  made of flagrant violations of the Service Rule, and Administrative bodies are appealing for the rule lo be mm.-.irlt tly observed. Players should not lake the line that it is n^J necessary to use it in practice. You SfOUSO lice with the net nine laetMl 0 i llama has a very strong learn, high, or start hittins the ball bcPat*y and Dolores Howard will fore it bounces, so use Ihe *erueri.aps both be in the running vice law In practice for It ts as for ihe Open Championship and much part of the game as any of Doubles Championship this vtstf. the other well-known rules. teaijr .w. b*ums. prfwnud b palsy has a very hard forehand "Trie object of the nil iWiAeroi. ama&h but her defence needs to place the responsibility %  %  U-nr* Ukr" %  na M b 8JM the visitors. Arthur iv itto. Jan %  I ,,i„rd Fadli lain, "aid thai on prove that bs fai %  good -orts"Stt"' tnan and so he thoiiuht the ma learn all Mean sportsmen. He losigvata] rtod Farmer and his toam Ofl ttwtr success In the tournament. last on his service comes solely ft •to"** >T ., ir AUo playing for Barna ate the r.icket. He must show beyond to •* GoaflDnn Shomir W I i Mwllag, prr^MiIrO h A Co KM to H-^'.-ud. Marian Manning, any --hnduw of doubt that there : I ut laiKtMrnll 1 lor H. Miller 1 lor Vt %  A M T.. Wfcr %  I tunini l' Kin* nol oul Ibrhrr b Mi.dir 9artrasi b i, n. i. > i b Millrr J Miller — %  li I ', %  I r |. .W. A FHM'H r iA Tliiiinlei b %  %  O. PmartM • ht >i out s r \%  %  l, %  %  I i If. Kin* cfcl. Tullnth ii'.. Pi i i, E.u.i b I. n b 1 II M I lor SIS, t lor M0 VeV nOWLINU ANAI YS:I .;.,..,!, .,|* r K Mlllrr MOS FSII Of .lrk"l. 1 fur n 1 M> S. ) I) TIKIMU'II I>W lUrSrt lor as. 4 lot si. i (>.. i>i t f.i> MI. .i I'.-..* ib. i TiiTI, ii: ... '-iilS* U 1 41 SB i tn A K llnmtlo ll( O M-.tli.IS 3 I 4B II Tuli.-:n .. ... 4 I f i\>* >i \ i.r DSNIKOa J. frw"d c ok. lUrPaUa) b Haeikaa D. Thc.il. I'-iiai b r Km* S Abn.hm.if Mb -(ir.nli b V Kin* A. Bin,., b Km* i tfSrr b r. Ibiti.ttn J Mt'l* hit wi... 0 MtHllr r Smith b M.n II Tullortl Ibw WllllnriK ..... ,. %  %  ** MlH. MHIrt nol ....II ap rm*. I> w b Will |1 .* ..nd flrlfllim. prrtrnl^l It Hrwi AH %  Tlaorbourii % %  Mv M*aar> rn.nh H j Mil—I Farmer's 275 Captain tl-l 1 magnificent pi SB '''***?"* mm he wa of the onnton that 1 Kmi'. ihi> 9Jarbi ng bowler of Ihe lour. He also made mention of Smith, IJarb.i.li'. i ln-.li i ing batsman, who, he *< %  -I who he hoped will step I VR %  I in Au-tralli Arhie Boadtto %  of C "Boogies" Will % %  Norman Marsha hint and on his %  I formance—esoeeiallv his "dancing the 1 i Lgrrl after Manding liehlnd th wlcltet when Mnrbudofi made !" '. S IM IIS. T li LONDON, Jan. 28. Portsmouth, the crack South .ist h,un. on Saturday lost its -.intop ..f \ .it.inr. Boees* League, Division .HI innhnious 2 -U defeat on Its own ground from puny Sunderland. the l?Ui in the Diviion. %  tet l.niu.i. it* nearest i. now juinpn to llrst place Of tan he Wh Portsmouth, after got a plensunt gurpriM al his rotttoham Hotspur fancied Lonkii.uk in ihe llrst innings of the <' •" t-'lub 2—0 at home. Bh v. in r ,. .IHII. I Arsenal, with 37 points, is one him of tieorge Heuoicy. He paid M"nt behind I'oitsre.mth and tribute to his paca men Mill. Hanchi '.-I Unit. I aftoi JT-3 rid Goodrklge who, he said, bore lie with Manchas t ti ( ty. galling practice this yeai but •>>ad in any w.iy by the fingers piit I" i '"• team isThe ball shall be released by the Maria Barrow, Cktrs V..iih.in. i,e ( Ii.ui.t lifllng upwards." Noima Clarke. Carotfna PafWn \t the service is properly de^ Mil I'.iki. Muriel C*lle and hverel. the ball should rise nUtUasB Coiinoi ^lialght upward before be.ng Y.W.C.A. !he Y.W.CA. tbOuld have i %  the beiu-ni of rtrung team. Nearly every night -hese local players who still mMicinbers can be seen practising, nisi in putting finger spin on the Itepresenting the Association will ball. A hill. ptms4hsl with the Joyce Jones, W. Pilgrim. Munew nit ttuxl of service will eveni,el Haynes. Eugene l*wiel. Cyntually u-iy dividends by giving Knight, and Elsie Bynoe *pin Off the racket. l-.'iWUK.. ANALYSIS I KIII* i • ,, >.r MM ii williatM II Km* rll "I -IckrU 1 (ut SJ. 1 In M. 1 |..r 34, 4 lor SB. a for 71. S (or II. 1 lor l>. Itor H 9 (or M ll.>VI.IS<; ANALYSIS SUmhall b A Honrtto %  k. .rMlinc' %  anMii WHAT'S ON TODAY Court of Original Jtirlndiclion and Lower Coort -10 a.Bt. LegislaUve Council—2 p.m. House of Assembly—ft. p.m. Mobile Cinema at Collet on Plantation Yard. >t Lucy7 Ift p.as. PoUce Baud at hi. Cecilia %  arrackH Police Dance • I p.m. the bn.nt and heat of th< nnd stood up well to it Mudlf was of in Uie lo hi: The JnrnalcB Captain unld th..' he wanted to apologise to the Barbados public for their di>•Th. dlmeult )'ii> srail i I I liilliHi upon dui ii": this tour In make some decisions nnd it task Thse %  In the8* i' il, Pirming,t.s sraah old leadership by losing 8—1 to Kveiiun Cardiff. in League Division Three. In the Southern %  l'l.w ".li ALH' i'' ict.uned Hi clear four point lead by i "ii aUng 2—1 the Northern Si-ttion Lincoln fCA Bs cHl" 1 •adM-** M -SSiSi^. He is pleased about his CHAUFFEUR CAP Wt hv thm sins Each at only also , n j: $3.5i HELMETS : ;; d s,:i $ io.so CAVE SHEPHERD cv Co., lid 10,11,12 & 13, BROAD nan here's prestiffe in owning a 0JOLSELEY I hr.mi-Jfiii 'Ait.\ %  .it of imprssaive ibgaily and BSBSSSS0S %  ppoinimrnti are built fa> ihois whoat iiinatr good tSBH has ip'umirvrn m^rr % %  jpaimt sad .. >i in this ags wkra florid car slyliag ha* becease to ratnaMr.i.l..r M i-FiKtA giToatn iro, mwnt. mm-ii. i\..i*in HOfSB. 41-4S. mCaUMLLt, I ONIMIN. 1 1 >* 1.. 1 m BH. rft I WITH ThcyTl Do It Every Time TRV TO SPKEJO SB WORK an WHEU TH.UGS ARE Pfanry SLOW-COSTOMEI^S WILL GVE )0U COOPERATIOJ NO .' FORT ROYAL GARAGE LTD. Phong 2388 Sole ly.tributor. Pbgn 4804 arm m mKmM8 &*a&f*wm ITS EASY WHIZZ At Ihe first sign ol a COLD take A WHIZZ TABLET. 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TFESDAT. JANTARV , 15J BARRVnOC ADVOCATE Chairman Welcomes Vestry Meeting for tha flrrt time yesterday sine* their election earlier this month, nutttUTs of thr St. Joseph Veetry received a warm welcome from their Chairman the Rcvd L T. Hallalieu who exhorti-il thru to male* it a point of duty to attend meetings of the respective Boards ,tiu! Committees punctutually. The Chairman also paid tribute to the services rendered to the Veetry and Parish by Mr Colin William*. Mr. G. R. Hutson and Mr. A. P. Cox who resigned from the Vestry, Mr. Williams earlier The Chairman said 11 was his i he claimed the privilcgr M members at their first meeting for the year, and particularly to welcome the two new members. Mr. McDonald Chandler and m hler \. "Green Hand" Mr. Chandler, the Chairman nidi had com to them for the fir" time as a memixr of that Vestry. but hidiil not think that he wa* a "ffMO hand" because he had bei n a member of another Vestry before KB Rtl sure that Mr. Chandler brought with him much :.'ioir midst and which they would be very grateful to ttu ra The DtJ n.ber Mr. Clarence Holder had also come to them for the first time as a and they wnpleased to welcome him in their midst. He felt aura too. that they would like him to say a word or two of the formi r ho did not seek election this year H Wl did first mention Mr. Colin Williams reai iov. nil qualification as he was no longer part-owner In Joes River. Limited. When he. the Chairman. came to tin parish eight years ago. he had found Mr Wl] Chinch warden, and he must faythai ha was a moat conscientious worker who was painstaking in his work Debt Of Gratitude Mr. Williams, the Chairman observed, was almost two serious In many details and he certainly was very'thorough in all that he undertook to do,—many a time workihfi able Of Mini than oth> PACE TI1KKE I fold you that's what it would be this year Hundreds of am. london Express gervlea Colonies Not All Food Exporters S€>ttW<>ll %  < •****. Rrv Calami. Roland 4 I..* >• % %  la ... ,.r, ...,. I MPte. UJNDON, .Tan. 11. On the other hand. they O) port more than 1.2M),0O0 tons of i. u < wTOty S ugur a year, some 300,000 tons of v*>. IMIlit RHIl ON-Ml KB.. — Trtw.a eietaaardl t NartI M..t li l M nail 3 Nlrh. Campbrll, O.lm CmaM.<-ll Jn,ti. rian. Branch. tlar*M Hamnwina) fr.Vt* 9 >U ... Q nn fc o. ,, %  H..ba> J..hn Thomai -INt.*, Q* ' l Hathann, I %  A linnt m~i lidnn AI.--.U1., .i : n-fciuih l.r KtMaaS H *tli<*i Ilalrtmi n.1,-,11 M..t.~ sii, r Manner aVllicr. CIH..11 KmAi. Wor%  Ml C.-.ia Ai.. J., Mat-ailt!> Shad. Mai.^ Ih lnn Mt Snl Rri-iu Avar*. "la. i Tlv M. Tti ni,.i lln>ri Ain.a llailurk. It Arthur Unir Cleaner Airfiiundai Join l.i niiin>i |.ilEdwin IWI with hU own hands to do many ngs which 'us hands were capEastwood? J pcrhai e was nure that the .. a-hole owed Mr. Wil* . ,. "3 KM parish as a whole owed Mr Williams %  Uaca ry regarded as being great provegetable oUa. and nearly a mil„ viders of food. They export. In Han tn* of oilseeds and copra. nmmmSSifm m-..INM.IM fact, .*urjnsingiy few beau foodThe** are aubetantlal eontriburn M MIIU A*BKI quantity, and there is turns tothe world's needs but ,?£?,£"*""" %  % % %  ,l *" much foundation for the belief apart from banana* and a few 'fraw •.•la.aa-Manaiu Prattin Wait, that in time Africa, particular!;.. olntr f n ,it g m st „f the foodBuchan will no longer be able to feed stuff* the Colenles export are * ' wo herself. drinks or the raw materials oi G ^J'iV.V M T'. _,., „ „ drinks," he Bald. wftatai.ii O li.daraeti. 8. RuaaaU. MisconceptionI D 0 ill I A p^.n,,.,. ontrlhiiUon to world DMM J Deana A at Nkt, K MSW food supplier was that many of J Ihe Colonies led themselves. Some ,".,,,.„ ra Ihree million people l n the Wett Whana*. a r.oia*. A orrksr. E Hai indie f.-d themselves to onl^ a C itMdta} r*xn K n i o\ •AWBBAl lixaaaa '""rui • %  •41 Lattsn ramfball. J> lawli. al I |> m Orrtnia.) Mall iTa^ !" ^KSS-*s,-Js:i j TS. iturll ihus iirrevloil l.v Mi. C, ,; AnUUnl Undcr-S*vit-thry of Blatl, Col..ni,l Office, in Icclurc lo the c-ommoiiwcultn „„„„ deJnw „ vw nlnp million of the lloy.l Socioly „• |n Souln ^ n A,,,,, ,„ unWe n rrndorr.1 rfurln. Ih. null) '/'""" ''•",'."' "' !" *J2 !" " """""' p """ e '" ""B"!!M %  f|. Il """'"'"'"il ta " ,r 'V't.' col AMci were morr lh..n rlf'""* A man. _ 2K"i!L "St ^f %  ', J2TS. """cK-n. m food. Inou.h ofln. %  ) .,•.-.' Then Ihcr.was Mr. C. R. Hoto">./"me frull n.l ,.iiwd. Tl. .,f nulrlllon. -. %  on whom ha ..!>. %  found as 1 nwml"-" bulk of inair Irada was in ..| n a.rrira. loma communlUc'N bar of I ''" ha first taw material*. xrow nu „„,„, uy^,, u^^ ntad. ^ came to the parish, and with Ihe „ Th Mnnr) on.ciin.llv .... These cropa for home consump\ %  ceaptlon of onl ". two lapaw. ho „.?,'",> VT, ,K,S oroduc. Ih^J %  "* immenwly Important and !• "<"•" %  """' ,'J", inluirnr and Iri ' erSd wellTeat Governments In the past have Dot !. ondotlaatvaa, """";a Sg"VS? SSJS13S TS lHw pud then, onouon .ite..-;S .1,1 ,11 mm wiih him Ihol more They e>^ virtually no Uo|1 ^ f Ji||(1 IKn)uU l0 „ \ Mi ll.iuon was nol only a mail bacon butler, egls or cheeoo. Inlocrooilfiil ihul soil was be•. whose mlv.ee could be relied upon. .too. .1 man, J !" „a^^ched eroded c all bill „IM who. if bo thounht you of Ihooe Ihlnts In bin quanli."£ "' were wronK would t.-ll y.u s 1 'i • :o the face and endeavour tn tell -—• %  —•• %  i* .h..K. vmi a*. MAIL NOTICE Amended MAIL* I a f* %  Or*r.! IS-l IH1.< Mall -I II FOR 100,000,000 TORONTO. Canada stand* on the threshold of a golden age. and can produee enough food tor 100.000.000. in stead of her 14 tOO.OOa population, acceding to Mr. George Drew. Progtaeafve Con-r\'ative leader, lie warned, however, that Canada could only full.I the piomi* if her future if she made the beat I ue of her natural resources, especially iron-ore, for Industrial | .levelopmeiit at home, instead of et. ling the raw material to the, Cm ted Stale*. n.e Ikitmiiiun was also cxnort-l ing valuable manpower to the, I nltad M.itcs. Five Canadian* had left the country in the last lu years for every six months limn*-', tciAiiU who had entered. Mr. Drew considered thai, with a well-planned immigration and housing policy, and development of the country a resources. Can• ui.i eould support H population >f 100,000000 "al it high average .' happincs. comfort and Mi iSI people who worry become thin. But in some cases worry make Daogda fal. says Dr 1 I I'lernn. -litti.i: in BM Canadian Medic I Aaaootattoa Ji-nmnl. He says that one lype of anxiety develops from reiietltlve, inonittonotis and unrewarding work; ant other from generalised wont I •t*e1 more and imne el ie. fa A lilt; newsprint project is antuneed tn Vancouver The Celgat Itevehipment Company plan 'O bark oon on a t!2 million iviKuhndp arnt nausprint developnie.ii pi.in in the Arrow Lak<* niun n| Soiith-eastrrn British I %  Me />e,i* f.„ ,i—if %  aataaia llrlftm In /„rnv ihl from liliinil impuritirm IfHpairiilci In the Mm ad mii> uik-r rheumatic a ch si aati paiaa, aiUT and painful i nu. boU, ptmplr* and vommaai skin dliortlcra. Casrh*'* Blood Mlsiurv h.lp, u. prlf> tea kloaad, dtum la* ayataoi and IHIIK la rf.iotlni good htalth. NOT A SPOT ON MY SKIN s?S fejiji) Columbia. Ultimately the protect i jobs tn more than 1,000. dl give Mentholaium baby'i Skia m | -onditii'i. Ii ii i. to IBS*. Alter baby, i.tNUV Mrrithelatum' lOIO I In tt.in. coolmn %  i 'Meniholsiiun. Q e." MENTHOLATUM OFF TO GIBRALTAR MADRID. Jan 2fl The British miiielaytr ytpollo left todav for Oihraltar. aftrr %  four-da v visit In El Fcirol in i North-west Spain Durlnic the visit various aeci>il function* weie arraiiK*d f< • gow straight to Uic Africa could no longer feed her^ Mr HU^SOKM S> o man who heart of one of the moat lmporself. Much of what they aald. ^ s gdlng to do any'ant pioblems of colonial devel%  % %  Uue. thing for you. he kept his promipmenl. Since the eolonlea are Th(> „, ..... 1U1P ,. „ r *#-,,.„ lac and VM could be sure that it weltered from one end of the wh „' LV, mikna L^ ri^ would be done if it was In his w„rld to an-dher, and many of J.^ ?r 1 Tho Wo^^iI2 power to do it For I man of his U „ ls n „, f' 00 1 "*' "V "•-*£! V l SS year., his ability to remember to surprising that most of them mTfSZ&g" ^'"\Z .rS,' do things which he promised to do. i.ot pn>duce enmigh of the hash |"<">>'"'i. ne reeu that was u matter for wonder and adfoods for their own needs," "•"> winning tne b..tlle v aU ""* u "T %  "•wood contended thai regretted that his servlcef as a In his lecture, Mr. Eastwood !" P i WBT taken to prevent re Ao longer availsaid the colonies certainly con<•'"""". improve soil fertility, and able.'though they would hope that tilbuted to many .f the worlds devolop better farming tcchniqui M be influence*!, perhaps at needs of raw materials, such % %  ,!,,M "i.uld be great poaalullanotlur lime, but ANNO DOMINI topper and tin. manganese, gold, Uv ** ^creasing Alrn.ni Baud was creeping on, and one must lubber, sisal and cotton but with Production. In HO or 30 boa tn it. Then lb. .... tad to refer was Mr. A ; P. maize, Cox who did not seek re eJacti . He had always found him to be Co.—.. very zealous and keenly interested ^^ ^^^ the egcepUon of Kenya, which* •? "' ,; '' "" flsh 'anns %  third.inamDar Jo whom IKlW axpottad ,. mm wbiaal and "' ,|rta wo id become a major itei and British Oiuana whar i '" A l:ls WM reasoii Itaa wny ,IC Wl,s not ppsslmlatic about the Mluation. The Time tad a very little rice, Colonies exported none of In the welfare of the parish, and wnoIe ( parluularly of the poos*. Hi" They i't importei were i %  adds that since which I OOK a w indies >n intcrcBi eataaelalij la the We Indiw W t li.lii,:'. Gu'Sl8 End l j. In Ho.spiiiii 28. keen Inter eat aapadal l j roads and he was sure that they owed a debt of gratitude to him for all he had done for U Mr. Coward. Churchw plied OQ behalf of the members thanking the Chairman for ni: warm welcome, and gave the B)>turance that members would con"Tr.^Da^ "Sandier a,,o In^S'S^^r^o,'^ 2^ •* ' P'.'ta.iivi. thankwl the Chaimiau for the ,„„ lhnt luinCu a K y redding re?' ,.' !",' n "ly* nd regenerappactal welcome which he had acc . pIi<1[l lnlo a ^^^ ££* K Won,, and counter-atuck on insect corded him. and said he wouldI do mmut01 afu r lho brldc .nd groom ^^ wnUh baltt 1 on colon his best to fert-c the parish faithhad | ert on lhrir Sona^moon. CIop "fully — Five anfbulai.ces rushed 22 Later under the Head denerai g Ue sts lo the emergency wards of chairman exhorted wo hoapi(alj. and police first aid i ,1 to lx' puncUUl_al Bw men were kept busy treating of rice wheat Brtta -n must import rnoft of its t manlv (or luod ,pw Otilora tended to lor the tbUtk ot the Colonies as potential suppliers of much of those nui i-ris. Some of the earlier—and unsuccesalul—ventures of the Colonial Development Corporation were founded on this belief. "Mr. Eastwood', survey shows that the Colonial Office is far from falling Into thla en or. Much of the wientilit effort which la stimulated and directed fi meetings of Boards and Committee" JUST IN TIME "tome of this effort," conb The Time*. %  is naturally eoncentiated on improving the alngli J ther 20 guests at the wedduSg. 2JJ, "^ *" whlcn a Pfrt'cul^ ... of ham sandwiches and ?'£?* depw,dj * ,^ ree ^ u 1 a chicken salad were analyzed. ?•*•* %  "* %  "• ^anes for the Wet —I'.P. ^ GERMANS KILLED rKANKFURT. Ja Police reported that thr PHI1-ADELPHIA, Jan. 28. Seventeen tenants worried about a "loud rumbling noise" were led from a three-storey apartment house by the police on Sunday mans were killed ann night just 10 minute, before the today when a disabled two walls, of brick structure, colSlates Air Force C.82 "Flying BoxColonies grow for themselves are lapsed with a roar. cart" crashed into two houses ml improved in quality quantity and The police went to the •eanc Ram.: Frank' variety, and It dew Indies or to> eradicating swollen shoot disease* from the cocoa 1 : Coaet Hut of it Is also constantly directed t'i improving and increasing the IV %  ;.| ; local consumption, injured "This work must go on till the United f.xKl* which the peopli when a' [hird floor tenant f. phoned about the noise. plam Frankflve crewmen aboard the parachuted to safety. all th uterlal and moral support that i be given from this country.' 1 The secret of o happy family JS-GOOD HEALTH! Y.t.mr*hert, ywr good health and that of ymir children. If ytm JIB v.>metimes enm and fOM children arc not robuii. perhip^ aoa -mj your Ciand v need more A ft D Soon you will see a w oc derful diflei ^AlNSof PILES .-lappad ia 1* Mimttti ;nd,o i *nd In ,;..: way ft drea look. Staff iF-.I..D-. %  > fcrona't aa.Sapp-"a II la %  % %  baxavta B*l -ara lh*n a *a*t, ll|wrf-l.l.lr-.-f lo aulf-f hlng anil (orm.nl 1 ..m Cilia -in^aiaa>aiar.,*an".IH|rta>i . < %  .M4I r la. firawitr i.i/ • % %  .,. ... I ..i"i>i-. %  uaaaafa, I..-I I^B 1 • i.4iy und-r lha OH. rr p.aill*a Hri m^-i non r-.nr 4M %  -. ea pteaaaa. THE NAMF. HKNNKSSYS LEAPS TO THE MIND—BECAUSE HENNKSSVS IS THE BRANDY THAT HADE COGNAC FAMOUS. HENNESSYS • THREE STAR • V S. O. P. (over 20 years) • X. O. LIQUEUR (over 40 years) STOKES 11YN0C LTD-AGRNti ^SCOTTS EMULSION HIGH ENCRGY FOOD TONIC Sore Mouth ioes* Bloody Teeth %  urrhaa TraiH'h %  %  "" b*d glaaaa.. 11 'it lai^r oaufv yo. %  laaa tapari TrovlH' A"oni % %  9fi CAW Jims'.' Cane Bills Cutlasses Stencil Brushes Sewing Twine Galvanised Buckets Enamel Jugs—1 gin. Stencil Ink L.C.M.S. Wrenches Shovels Spanners Bass Brooms Oil Cans Scrub Brushes Cotton Waste Wire Brushes it i nit i tuts i 00-or COTTON FACTOMV LTO BCCF H-\i COLDS OVERNIGHTf This Pleasant Ointment Brings Swift Relief in 2 Direct Ways at Once AU OVER THI WOftlD mover 71 count, i•' ts\ uoRub Wth i i kiKiv.ii remedy i ,nd no* you i.m try it in \our 'imilv — Iu.t nihit ontliest, thronl und beck i.. it niwAlnkli.il I. in .i..md >ou will, tool HE FEELS BETTER RIGHT AWAY! ._, 1. SOOTHING. MEDICINAl VAPOURS. A. id ill. enf soon aa it lantrnmt start rrlri "uiothinjl, niedkinal mirs .ire inhnl'd. Ihev tl hrrathin^ 7. 1TRON0 FOUITICI ACTION. At the same timr, the poawflll %  edkatioB o! Vi.ks VapolUI* VQffca dm. i Ihe akin, proteuing the dmi liV.-.i -mth conifortmu pagMsa that quickly • i inn" nuluncn and pain. 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r \r.i mm BARBADOS ADVOCATE B\RBADOSfi#ADVtMTE *. 1 *-— — t.. rn.ifi M a* LM-. ••••* SB. %  *•••• Tuesday. January 29. 1952 IllkSI IIIIM-S MR ADAMS has Hud In tlw BOUM f Assembly that tin Labour 1'arly's policy is u clear as daylight. It is outlined in the manifesto issued at the time of 'he at* gRJR Mr. Adams, it will bt implemented. That meant that "one of the Labour Parly's first major acts will be to initiate full responsible government for the island with Ministers m charge of the Departments of Government." There may be scepticism felt as to the Labour Party*! potrEf or ability to do any such thing, despite Mr. Adams' affirmation ;hat his party** policy is as clear as daylight. But there is no sense in deliberate refusal to recognise the seriousness of the Labour Party's intention to "initiate full responsible government." Before responsible government can be obtained an Act of the Imperial Parliament will be necessary, and the House of Assembly cannot pass legislation to change the Island's constitution without having Rich Ugtolation approved by the Legislative Council and assented to by the Governor. The Constitution of the island cannot be changed overnight but there is no doubt that the Labour Party has got the power to initiate measures designed to lead to full responsible government The merits or demerits of these proposals can be discussed when they are made. In the meantime there seems much that could be done now to make the activities of both Houses of the Legislature better known to the people of Barbados. This is the lirst time in the history of the island that a House of Assembly has been returned under adult suffrage. The need for scrutinising what the elected members of the people say in the House of Assembly has never been greater. The elective prmciplf of democracy is valid only when the electors have easy access to what their representatives say and do on their behalf. In Barbados it is impossible for more than one thousand people to attend individual sessions of the Assembly, so that it would be impossible for all registered voters to hear their representatives speak once during the course of 52 "once-a-week" sessions. The daily newspaper gives a very wide coverage of what takes place at each meeting of the House but it is not the function of a newspaper to be an official gazette or Hansard. The majority of voters in the island therefore never hear what their elected representatives say in the House and only a small percentage of people ever see their full speeches in print. Even this almost infinitesimal number of people can only read those speeches weeks and months after they are made. The Oflicia. GssMCto oi January 17, 1952, for example, carries a report of the House of Assembly for Tuesday. 24th April, 1951. So 1.11 behind are the records of the last session of the House that the Official Gazette of 24th January is publishing the records of the 18th December, 1951, and priority will in future be given to reports of meetings in this current session, while the leeway between 24th April and November 8 will gradually be made up. There are probably reasons to explain what seems an inordinate delay in publishing the reports of the proceedings of the %  of Assembly and of the Legislative Council. But no amount of explanation can satisfy the public that it is being given adequate opportunity l scrutinise what Individual membon of the House of Assembly are lyinf It the delay were unavoidable the present stale of affairs would still be unsatisfactory. But is it unavoidable? There can only be three major reasons for delay, if publication of proceedings in the House takes longer than one week. The first would be an inadequate number of reporters: the second would be the failure of reporters to write up their copy on time and official delay in lending copy when written tO the punt, is the third would be delay in the print'ng office Tinpublic will not easily believe that any of these three reasons for delay could not lie removed, provided that the Government of Barbados ron;ulored that publish! tl proceedings in the House of Assembly ought to be available for purchase by any individual elector of Barbados not later than two weeks after a meeting of the House. Quiie apart from the extra revenue mid DC earned from the sale of topical official reports of speeches in the House I mbly the public would be able to read what their representatives were saying about any proposed subject for legislative discussions before new legislation was passed If the Barbados Labour Party is successful in obtaining responsible government for Barbados the need for early an'l accurate publicnti,,n of Li proceedings will be even more urgent than it is today. LONDON R || Wilt TEMPLE ROBERTS f ih T*u events Uiii ma* %  commu %  ha* bean appo.nlro call in the hoards of Mao T Director of Operations in Ihe -ungN assembled armies unless tun a British struggle in Malaya. Onhe light goes against them. What and THE ASIA Til EAST FRONT well-to-do commercial of Its one big city ountry is able to maln'nght-wing" nationalist prosperous way of 111 .he Vict-Minh must be glad of i* Theorists may say that this is due Chinese aid in training and supto the fact that Slam is, more Hut the tale a "' imminent than any other country of the invasion of Indo-Chlna, which area, an extern Kingdom in Its %  re probably being prop.igaied by natural state, not aggravated to thr Nationalist < Kel> exasperation by Western influto be unfulfilled unless United *nce. western ideas of libert: States force* actually disembark cxpcriemc of western rule. Siam In Indo-Chlna — which seem1o maintains good relations with me very unlikely in an election America, with the new Frenchyea., sponsored republics of Indohave a deadlock in Indoc h,n " 1 racofnisaa the NationThe French .an defend allBl Chinese Government. Just, against Wet"cep" !" —perht-pa it laa coun** %  need to be conl Jim. Is in Waanington .ing a possible Ami i %  tribuliun to the i big*. The tw*> events should be I signal for more CO-" Ml planning mi tin containment of Chinese comunism along its southern border survey of the wholr I following strategic am! political dispositions, that form the basis of any "containment" China. planning. ihcmwltr., mst thin are the neighbours Minn. They cannot conquer V.-'il iL*T"* .f China—Indo-China and Burma. M inh. The French would be der .TT;*~' ,. K „„.,.. M and second there are the countries fca ted If the Chinese entered the noftrrl ". fc,5.ff" .PfTSS, of South Eus, Asia In Which Ik* war ln forcf : bu , h( ChtolSS. ar.ll L! n f, ,d J5h r.X£ an^hadaeT" Chinaae form a considerable not , ntcr unless V.et-Minh is £_ J?" Ve" ?on^o£? of7on7 minority-thai could be dangerheavily threatened. It is a m ^ Um fl Sou* EMTA.UI IrT %  MIBMBBSB. expensive to Frnnce — -pending mu nism. They are not member: The difficulties of co-ordinating c200 million nnmfnlly— !" d France G f a great mast party at the tor the war effort of the norwomwould rather be rid of. but canof Its power. Their only hope oi munist power In all these conny^ see the way to withdrawal victory is the outbreak of a nutries are immense — partly bew jth honour. Jor war and the collapse of th cause the situation In each counThe other end "I the front line French-held front in Indo-China try differ* radically from the ( s m Burma where the situation These Chinese speaking right, iothers. ,„ hopelessly confused. On the In Malaya art succeeding in hold lieginning with Indo-C'hina and Chinese frontier are bands of ing in combat almost twent> Burma—the two countries bOrdsr* Nationalist Chinese who camp on times a* main police and military ing on China's southern provinces Burmese soil, do not recognise %  their * n number. At th —there la a COnpsttl b %  >..• Burmese Government an,| orsame time British policy is makIn Indo-Chlna thr Communist-led caalonally make raids on Com">S "* success with consUtuforces of Vict-Minh control thy rnunirt China. Behind them bands *><> !" 1 • nd •*onomic advance I frontier almost down to the sea. of Communist parUsans still make meet the ultimata appeal of Comln the whole of the principal unsafe the main river and rail • %  umsm. l"e difficulties are, firs province of Indo-China-thc part communications of Burma. The '"Vi* 0 ^. 01 f P ? wer JSL£ now called the Republic Of Vietleftlsh" Government of Burma is hands of the half of the popula Nam. the French and their aHM uneasily poised between China ,on *verillv toSTtk of weStl force, only hold a strip running ,nd India. The Ambassador of a '* d .. c fl"??'g !" l 2gXTSS back about len or fifteen mUa* Mao-Tse tung certainly make, his ^JS* t XZ t W ZJ^S rJS^ the a. What the French wH ght felt In Rangoon. The ^.^S Tn e flght in M^ifi hold, 'hey hold nrmly. since the people of Burma are hopelessly essentially, behind the front line late Marshal da Lattre de Tasdivided In al egiance, and the state **^. „•* „„ M1 . ,. aigny .trenglhrne d morale and can lcarce ly collect It. revenues!" f m ,l e C ^ v ^ rnm 1,' f ^ ition, after the, = hf proapec, of a Chines SS^IoV^SS^^^£i break-through to t h e Indian rilory „ WM naIldcd by ^ dc Ocean by way of Burma I* probparture of Holland from Empu. ably lealikely than any other through the major par( of th. niption southw r.l islands. The struggle In IndonWith the borders of China— esia is obscure—but It revolve 1 the defeats of early 1952 On the politic,ii front French claim to have made headway In estnblishine the ex(| Emperor Bao Dal as the constitutional "head of "Jte". But the thr gltitt revolutionary country— always around the SUM Queatl Communist are almost CVtalnty g<( weuk i y he | d> h e next places to -what Is the status of the Chinequnlly content with their PMlllcal | (K)k al are those countries with cs . setUer who forms an active position. They are nationalist by Urge Chinese minorities. oart of the community? It Is in temperament — It mu-t not be First, and nearest to China, the Chinese group that Communforgotten, and they are fighting a comes the mysterious state of 1st nationalism is moat powerfu national war for independence. Siam The international position South East Aia faces a powerThe frontier between China and of Slam is unparalleled. The f u i force—the combined explosthe Vlet-Mlnh area* of Northern kingdom preserve* its independive power of a new creed whuli Indo-China Is an historic frontier, once. It Is surrounded by a boilcan be harnessed to nationalist'., nnd n frontier of two language*, ing sea of political activity Withand the expanding number: The result ll that the Vict-Minh in its borders are a large number the most numerous people ender, will not be too keen to of Chinese forming a proportion garth, West IsVrm SUIT'S Industrial Boom Part I The Huhr Itevivew DUSSELDOHF. Jan 23. ||, VliUUllllll Jlllin lll ">' l !" nicd ihc vMiqulsh.I Hun wven y*ani o, %  lhomitlv. the vlclorlom alllRI teadm. u,. cut „, u yin h,, r i__ by ll.lnn Manihall Aid fund., thr marching Kn,, the rubb.^ unl 2 ^ "• !" D Gcm.n. r..-|ulp|>M hr I.,deleft* ot Germany a DumbTn0 houalna nrnaramma il "' r 05 *' ll h brand new machinei v .haltered dlle,. predicted th..t b^ !" ^SP%JS^SS ar. —** <"' •* Perha,.tlecailra wuuld elapae brfore luU !" r i, live mllimi htaaaaa wo | - 1 P 1 ""' "•"! been remtrv Germany. Induatrlea cnuld pro.. --laaiyMu,, j, u to ^. hulll_ !" > Homebody elae'. expense lr again !" !" ""> !" n" w 0 !" ^ Then the Ruhr baron, began b; Her facUH-ie. were deMil.it. 1 .-, 0 Klii.rf a '..„,. , expanding their production foi ihalls, bet rattwwi wrecked, IMC 3ErSl!£nFB&i& ^S; lhe hDmp "•>*. great ood sod rM I rMrts* in "^ %  • „nd bn Sla^r/noffi w ^ cn ,h wa Mtl8n0d the Ruhr paralysed. i h even *£&^b thS "W&& ut ne S""""Dad Ie..ders in pri.cn. V, %  !" *\. ^000 hriit, BrUain anA * cr Wo "'' German people crushed, under,,,uld lay ^ brlck a •"•*• nations were gearing Ilk ratch. merely, while Huhr chu-fs built up their foroigi (rude on the busts of the sam products as pre-war. None of Germany's preel Steel workers created a record l du ^ tr '''* > rearmament. Then ,bare clothes, seemed helpless in loo. They produced 134 million hflIia *•. """r rflW msterlal oefest, tons in comparison with leas I 1 !" 0 *"? "*> lh ?y *•*•-. forc 5^ Today, the smoking factonethan 3,000.000 tons in IB47, when in the new Fcde.al Hepublic, the ullles allowed the steel ln|niiiuit und rc-cquipped at a auairj to uaimate capacity of i:peed which Western industrial111 million tons. isU can scarcely iredlt. are And this is only a prelude. _. pcurtng out well p. d Hy 155 they „pect to produce ':".;, a h ,mh BriST tr^i in .i bid to o.ptu... u.ld well over 17 >,...... „ when four V.; , ,/, fitsTwSiaM tt! EDUtoti i.ew ult.a-modern steel planU SSmlSFmSS l£H ^ b? allows The shops aic crowded, the ome into action. to ^v SJ? nJrt S Kate vurke.s warmly clothed. Motor car production showed d i, c ^ P1 l> '' rt *" Wt tn Walters In prosperous, rebuilt the usual record The Industry N 1H .' Germanv B export driv. *'U^M " **"' L"/ omp ?i!^' n cerefullj supplied, by the FedAilh 1935. just before Hitler ,.„] government, is well organs 'idered It to switch to the pro,-,i Not only are the trndi'ion;. mction of war vehicles. And German products. includim there are over a million mathinerv. (their No. 1 export) the roads than nnd other metal goods, chemical electrical goods, coal and star this lightning rebeing shipped abroad. The Get n industrialists are mans are also concentrating oi lyse how Germany delivering con-urner goods (onl icstaurants serve plates high with fatty foods. The piled %  pre-war style, M ut German businesMTian. seU-confldi und assertive, bustling to his more .. comfortable offl:e with the lnwvwar • vltable leather bi ielcasc his arm. has reappcarad tens oi thousands. under Puzzled in his ,-overy. Wt* seeking to In factories, the lights burn ha* achieved it fun all night, as shift* take They see three %  ver from one another. imtory factors In their homes stalwart young e n ..nd flaxen haired girls pre1 The aid In food years ago -.careely obtainable ijor contriat sky-high black market prlcesl inrludlng clothing, tinned food1 jewehv, and once again nd basic well-made, sturdily-built toys. for the season's cunlvjl ni..tenals, grants and loans given And export traders, compart) balls. Qetmasty by the victor nations lively free from goveromennV Foreigners who express their to set her on her leet following nlloc.ttlon* ai.d controls, ar vie-vs ubout two world wars her collapse. spurred by official Incentives. show deplorably bad taste. In this respect. Marshall Aid They al* allowed to retai The co.iier.-.i.,:.u campg. Uie piovldud £625 m llion pounds in ibout 4 per cent, of the foreign liquidation of s.x million jews in ..oods. technical assistance nnd currency for business purpose gas chambers and torture celli, irviees. The Occupation Powers. Nominally, uhey must use thi mihlit never have happened. Britain. America and France currency forbusiness purpose: .r, M—. n— 'urthermorw lent £201 million, but there are ways of evading T11.140 million and £3| million the rcstneli ns. pectively t-> feed and clothe They partially avoid the "turnThe pattern many has emerged ^"? lh I? n ll *lrJittempt at lhc i r zol i ^ .Britam ~has~now over' tax. a lax levied at dlfferwori ar debts), turnover from their annua aiataiment for Income tax. work powers which have .tilled bean toi cessfut in e-establlsh'' %  ' "' i <•> * 1 %  %  %  Bi ',f! gssntl A;. | tO SB IB %  '-heir rSfSSffB %  %  treat and Increasingly c.mpeU %  ihc victor nati.ns who admitriustnes. business bosses have live industrial force. ted Germany to O.E.E.C., endisciplined themaclves to plougl The Germans had been ordered bling her to receive the mutual back their unusually high poitl y the allies to assimilate into trading beneots of member states, war profits into their businesses, their shattered economy nine 3 Tne organising ability in fthe steel mdustr>' alone, lasi DBUUOB lefugecs. raising their nd inborn capacity of the year, £21 million was reinvested pondaUofl to Mart) forty-nine Qennan people to work hard for _,. „, millions crowded into M.700 1'K ItOVn "V 0 nnk : ""d '* of Germar lOjuare miles. Tins has been the most *trlkWOI p ". wishing, to forgel ihe ing factor of all And their ar and P^'-war hardships Itus extra labour they are Jolnl dTorO to restart Germany's K".^^ M d work hard •' '"" %  ; 'vantage ,,.. wa m r ked b>one %  £ %  ,"?. of t^..Rra snan are formal N.C.OJI In the Gorman arm %  err prisoners Empire Changes LONDON The great changes in the structure of "what was once called the Empire" have been reflected in the search fur convenient titles for the whole organisation and for each component parl, writes The Times in its leading article to-day. Commenting on Mr. Churchill's mention of the word "Empire" u journalists in Ottawa, The Times cuniinue> Changes go on. The title Dominion is being displaced in favour of Commonwealth Country; and in the process of constitutional revision now going on in %  Canada, Mr. St. Laurent's Government has % declared its policy of displacing the term I Dominion from statutory reference to the .State. "The Canadians are the only authority on what manner of State they wish to be and the sole witnesses of what sense a technical term conveys to the contemporary Canadian mind Their fellow subjects here may. however, observe that if the title they have borne since 1867 has come to imply for any of them the idea of subjection to any external power. then here is another example of how strangei ly words, and particularly political words may shift their meaning as the generations pass." The Times then remarks that when Canadian federation was completed in intention. and awaited statutory enactment by the Parliament of the United Kingdom, the first draft Bill called the new State the United Provinces of Canada. At the sixth redrafting, entirely by Canadians, the statelier title of Kingdom of Canada was substituted. The title was dropped though, due to the misgivings of the Foreign Secretary, Lord Derby, who "feared the first name would wound the susceptibilities of the Yankees." Then, traditionally, inspiration came to Leonard Tilley, Premier of New Brunswick, who quoted from the 72nd Pslam. "He shall have dominion also from sea to sea, and from the river unto the ends of the earth." So the title Dominion was adopted. And Canadians thought of it not as a Dominion of Great Britain, but of Queen Victoria alone. Then, when other Crown dependencies mature politically, it was natural that they should be •lescnbed as being admitted to constitutional equality with Canada—that is, to "Dominion status." "So the heterogeneous British Empire came mr a time to be divided into three categories, the Mother Country, the Dominions, and thr ^olonies." the Times adds. "It may be noted hat of Canada's sister nations only New Zealand deliberately chose U> be called I Dominion. When the Australian colonies fed rated they were as determined to be differ Hit from Canada as they were to be her equal, and they called themselves a Commonwealth That term ... a literal translation of the Latn respublica. seemed at first sight a curious choice by loyal monarchists; but it was n doubt intended to imply that no one of the component states was sovereign over th' others, and especially that neither of thos mplacable rivals, Victoria and New Soul' Wales, admitted any superior. "When the turn of South Africa came i 1909 the title of Union seemed to directly n lated to the immediately preceding intern: controversy and the victory of the "close union movement." whose principles wen embodied in the Selborne Memorandum. Tru authors of that famous document, and cpecially Mr. Lionet Curtis, were responsibU for introducing a term to describe the grouj of self-governing nations, the bearers 0 Dominion status, which had formed itsell within the British Empire. They called tin : i"un the Commonwealth of Nations, usini: Ihe term in much the same sense as the Australian founders had done ten years before. The Times makes a plea then, for the pav servation of the word "Empire". "It is a noble word, with a rich and inspiring history. It is a liberating word, for it stands for such vast movements as th> ive extension of the privileges o Roman citizenship to all Caesars subject ... and is to be traced ultimately back t the imperial idea of Alexander, who first con 'cived a brotherhood of mankind in which al .-aces should have equal inheritance." And. The Times deplores that: "For one *nan who understands the word's luminoubackground ... there arc a hundred for whom .he concept of Empire has been blackened by the ignorant or malicious publicists who hav misrepresented it as meaning always the ex ploitation of the weak by the strong." TlTslUV J\Vr\RY 7*. 12 vow rn mi I:\HS mVSMSBAB Barbados Annual Review 3/fro. n Advocate Stationery It was the day w( f "l^ eC n ? m £jsnowbound Soviet internment **? ^iTf,." ">! %  All arc content to find came lo all nIliec ,„ u we H-run factory, when goods 0r i en hej a re joined by friends from under wh „ nI|VC ^ from y^ Russi Illions of onr Tm migration, though. Be-amy westward traffic which ides the Soviet frontier guard el.m to work — Many of the foi Today Wist.m i;rniany's overuaTucular date .11 iiuiustiul iirodiiclion Is the ,. hen th."da highest tahfttpry. ll is just uh en cigarettes ever ono-thlrd mort than In Vl unds tat coffee. m ile, with a i>opuUUion of nisi 'S*??. 0 ^ vJ Uln l~.' *' nl8ned "flW C*. June 21st. 1948, the OVPr 17 million Isheld In a comhalf finished product* war* 76 OartMn currancj wag reformed, munist grip behind the per cent, oi Britain s). nn d workers* pay packets once Curtain, .i!trni>jri politicians .„, .—. _, „__ -Sain represented real values. the West ftm make a united Although unemployment, over Germany th-ir dutant unal 1B3I. dropped from 1,780.000 to The occupation forces, at the t !" many thclr rt, Unt oel 1,200,000 there were 3,300.000 W nie time, were releasing unc by ( fYiev arr content. )M now m.re people 'n Jobs In th* one their controls on German to recreate their wealth and western rone-t than la the tamo md power in the rapidly reborn, .res before the war. Dismantling, bitterly opposed resurgent Germany of the FedWages. though stIU com para>v the Germans, disfavoured by crnl Republic, and g io w lively low. are now 20 per cent. US* American*, approved by the under the prtPtection of the l lgher than a yaar ago, althnugp British, demanded by the French. grmsM of the Western World, IlAHTLIi:. S jam the greatest name in jam-making >W.',".-,-*-.-.v'. FINE DEMANDS REJECTED PARIS, Jan. 28. The United Nations ad hoc Political Com I mittee on Monday rejected the Soviet and Egyptian demands for the withdrawal Ol Western troops from Lybia and the abandoi. ment of Iheir military bases Ihere. The Soviet proposal calling for Ihe withdrawal of foreign troops within three months and the liquidation of all military bases was defeated 32 votes to six (the Soviet bloc and Iran) and with 14 abstentions. The Egyptian resolution asking for the with-; drawal of foreign troops from Libya within six months and the return of military! bases to Libyan authorities was defeated by 29 to 13 with 11 abstentions—U.P. ENERGY BUILDERS ALL BRAN Mi!:il> WHEAT ((1AKKK OATK I'AHI.I >l OAT FLAKES BRAN IT.AK1S HABi POODS I A K r.i;l Mi Dept. Liquor <.ILI-I:Y BR\II RIM Cocktail Tempter* -11 I I ED Mini. IIK.RRir.S IMil M s i Ml I BI LOBSTER SAMIWK M Sl'RI MINI I\( MOVIES In Hntlles Ml I rU ITQfl MELTIS DATES CHEESE C -RI SI'S. i M;I: S ( %  xiKERs Insist on this !...b. I ANi'HOR tVAP Mil K \\< HOR MM %  < POWDER ANCHOR BITTER M\hi \ ii R rrot i sRTOI I r/tfnr 1.OIH0\ltl*S WE DEUVSM



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TtTSDW. JlVI'iRT !. IM* mitnxnn? ADVOCATE r\r.F FIVE St Joseph Vestry Will Spend $19,000 On Poor Relief THE Si Joseph Vestry will spend on estimated $19,000 on Koor Relief this year, approximately $2,127 more than pent last year The estimated budget was approve.! by the Vestry at their meeting yesterday tinal approval was given hOWCVtr, the $960 aafif-r medicine was reduced by $41500 when Mr J. A criticised the "big increase" over last Kptnditurt of $352 spent on this item, and said that iMTMtM would result in increased taxation when raa no need for it. %  | -MII al*> spend an ted 51.334.00 on their V.D. *"0 of this will b.' /"•/ A44R*fl funvd y ihc Central OovV-ilsUM WlttO infJ:\?t s,„i riMMniim DETAINED Mr L. L. Gill wii yesterday p. inted by the St. JoM-ph \>M Hllnnour Mr. H A Talma in %  BSbSs on Ihc lhPatty Debt Couri of District i Seal OO BST W "A" yesterday orrirtrd Louixl Mr. J A Haynes. who Tull of Martinique, si MjdBAal to I rnt mbtl of the SI. Jo,nay the sum of 8.8 for Ihc detenBlSO -i member >>f Uoo of two pairs <>1 clothes irons Ihc Beard, representing the Hou*c the properly Of Wr m.. Worrell. Tull is alto to return %  Hi Bret '" '*" %  "lainlifl Worrell in 10 day* inder the Chairmanship or pay the value of the irons. i i the Director of Aguculluie on Worrell said the two pairs of irons i) 31 t January, at 2 p.m. coat her i | lb* chaiiman will oulhn • Tull denied thai the had a pair UM nambara of ttw ' 1'ons for the plaintiff On December 10 the plaintiff ..ml her*ell had a flht and the muitu was Appointments r, P orle ^ lo th District C.J. Adjourns Ejectment Hying Fit Case Until February 7 Hll l.'.idship Sir Allan Cullym,.,. yesterday adjourned the Edith Johnson-Harold Duimah '< the Polk* Magistrate an Ci UN ol Appeal Judges had ordered Johnsoi ip peacelul possession of land which Mulled. 11>I:,C nab \yrn iilentil.il the C.uit of Error L "" e 2f%" """ Br u l ">.•' ... bcachci and in ,me cae. IK'IO* the .cheduted HI AV. iMti vro Pol It Btal F Mowing the lesutiatlon of Worrell told the Police that she CoUa Williams from two (Tull) had her iron* nn l Coeantttaa on Iha ,lu Polka to search her place for %  try, that body yesthe irons lerdjQ appointed throe separate Another witness UHsBa Miltbi rsspirUee Board:. Nnglon — said that the plaintiff inWaa. came to the defendants place and Mr. J. A H..VMwas appointasked for the Irona and she was ed to the Board of Highway-, handed them Mr, McDona'ld Worrell said that she never real to the Sanitary Boaro ,l "" f March. In %  'i'.h the law relating its lo the Board nf Commissioners and the Il.i;.rci He H %  S.S. "Argentina" Due To-morrow • Irom pace 1 The Argentina. 33.00) tons. Is making a Carnival ensa* to Rio with 302 Americans aboard Tin* cnitse will last 44 diys. She left New York on January 24. and was scheduled to (Vejfl %  Coinit Trinidad to-day. At 7 miuee as an outatdar. io-morrow she wiii be di I 1. cnandler and Mr. H. A. anchor In Carlisle Bay. era appointed to repreAfter a six-hour stav pal I ansh Church at the will be leaving port f Ml I II. Farmer and Rio, Santos. Monur .{. Hulson were also apBuenoa Aires. From Rut to represent the St. Ann's iJie sue* back to Ki„ and t Chu'ch. again for New York via TrinidadThe Vestry ap,mmted Mr. Allan The Argentina, a luxurv liner of ihcn oflklal weigher the Oood Neifhl ir I el passed if motor vehicles, and selected as through Barbados on February 3. thtif Building Com1MB. on a similar cruise. Captalii mlltec Mi. L E. Smith. Mr. J. A. Simmon*, U-S-N-R., a Barbadian, Haynes. Mr W. T. Oooding and is bnnilng her down on this cruise. M H A Carter. The ChurchHe brought her t 0 Barbados Iti waiden is chairman, ex-ofllcio. 1949. The entire Vestry was appointThe Argentina is'sister ship of to serve as the Assessment the Braill and the l'ruCua>. The la—Is %  %  -he came in with 3;>u pound* of Dying hah. Thia was tt> 1 any one boat for the month. On the day 0. trough! in 260 pounds of (lying lam. On Wednesday ab) 215 poundof dolphin. This WH for I he v. -i-'i aawunl ol the week, was sold in ttw SB U '1 I K Ijtan ranch; IM %  ySnW 11 leaa] 1*5 pounds of fl] Sail Krr.i.l u-' neat. 121* poun nn 1 1. kaeM n .HI in M.nidrl rill paundi None (hi Sa!nrtt*> %  ni.irket. K. \< n 101 hi U pounds %  ii.ii lught loo uli-i'imi SB bonlU and .1 11M1 "ii iifht in 30 psasncli ol MO poundi !l*hl ,' .' C Oxleyi Tritan caught 148 Lath 1 %  dotphln, OW I Prlnr,' %  ytnsj "ah, IJI. MMIUI v pound I war* gold In iba markel 1 .>. Tintoi.il amount %  old 111 the maikct OH I : oundaV (mill caU-hc> USjhl in by FndeavaHir 18 pOUIXl li.phnr -mud* of ftrtl ..11 if hi 18 pounds of kim olphln, %  %  iwi w. I ol rtylna rHanta 1 I" I I s.inr:*r H9 %  %  I• ftah, fish •f -'i 11 b Monrla>\ Returns ; .ll.ndluj 1 n,Me,,,„.U.. !" !"!" ,,a,„c,,„,,,., .1 „ I ween the respondent ant ld **' Clair Alkync or |' the -p.KSIantor )*.wcen > %  St Jam., ; the appoUanl and any kroner E A McLeod ysabss 13 x r "* other party District A" court until J 0 ., u 1 ** flah %  —'" *• %  r^und (ill 1 The question of title ha\Mr. Johnson had appealed against their Honours of the Assi'tant Court of Appeal judgement. His Lordship adjourned &* case until February T at the icquest of Johnaun's counsel who %  Cround of ap|M>al. Edith J>.! M I M -Mi II o sic. Cumberbatrh. r licltor o. Haynes and r-tnm.ih who u thf qualiiied aclr 1 .. %  anted by Mi D H I Want nil I I %  %  %  H Michael %  %  . '.. asol Dunns 1 %  I quit ..-) ..my K .1. 1 Judges' basjaajr liiAnnx Polica MaaMrate M H A. T_:.nas de• thai after a careful the evidence, the.' we. e satialk.i that Jonnson had lor years paid rent to Dunnah lance was conllrmcd by ina rani u>ok< produced. They slated that the 1...1 ih;ii the amali ar beik of iccelpta from E. Bralhw.iite in blue black ink covering the period 3.738 to 3,1.10.38 apuaarod t<> have been mote ra1 ently maue than entries relating teoterdj> evening. It uelihed ne.irlv half 4 puund ami hid lite ame hroniih rolmir nf an Incli^h pnUto Hawe er. 11 was a amuoth utanr EvancrCnr saai -iir anu lu-iin awa 1 uui.d. of KmIHh polilor. ami I tne' mi .miiDi them \MHIe Uklnr lh She dropped it on th" aaoasjaaf and '<' ClnUke'i I iintral A protean, an : an n ishes of tht island attended th< funeral of Sergeant Clarence Van Force 1 ramillarlj raltad, daod afb Olnaai Ha A., adueotad at Uynch %  acondary Iclaool, Si 1 later Joining the teaching staff < PhlBp'l Hoys' School. H %  Fcbtuary 8. 11137 He waa pr. 1 the rank of Corporal 0 March 17. 1047 and two years lat< 1 was promo) mads station Sergeai on Nlaruary 1. 1951 and am placed In charge of mai Stations, the la.! being 1 %  in liter, lure and waa awarded a prire f< -.11 m | be Hell Hi 1 artlclM ; il pottes Haaa %  ago and wa '•'"' Oei iny fttenc iih came as %  > il USt I %  ft Chri ... afternoon, 1 rniutary honoui A Fiium Parts was a K rtni arai Colooal 11 1 Mtchelln, Comn Isaaonoi ol Pott %  %  Rav. i W. 11, leaves to mourn H .111 inf.int '4.11 lelatives to whom de'i I I vtcnilcd Inquest Adjounwd Carl. Shoos Stolen Road, st M %  ported thai ins i<<>\ carl van* $30 was stoton from %  mctmie tm Friday. II tool thp 1'oli.v tin ...u nag POI ad in UM Kit IP ram pal l of shoes valu %  fiom tu • Bfna "f 1 i' in BaoUoi ..r pron r b !! %  d, Kcw Land. St f 1 s.i day and 5.45 am on Son.l. The mcld-nl oeeurre.1 artM h ana was broken a 1 (1 .,p. HI •. in ami UM of Edna Kclliimn Ing jnscn, the learned si a %  %  xpected lo call at BarFebruary 3 from New Damages Case Struck Oul THE case in which Doris Gallop Ball si MRIMI'I. %  ma as u> the amount of no f m Viola Manual] .1 afore His Hoi I! A ralma In the Petty Debt .-net "A" yealerday mo ning. 11 1 ar . I I., -t... ruled that "' to the avifa %  1 ci 1 bad 10 if struck out. Gallop it on Augud 28 Viol.1 -,, ..11 inflicted bodily harm on \* lira* II bad* York. About 130 of the Argr.ilina passengers will be going en the usual organised tour to favourite spots of the island while Ihc others will be miking much of Bridget un. is rcstuuranta and nearby baihing beaches /or six hours. • ••• %  """, me icarnea ,, ... ,-. ,, Judges have no jurisdic^ v ^1 Hospital tion whatever in lha> ahni^ %r ** ior an OPCrOtlon can*,* mthealHAc suddem> ,,, Dr. K parlor d .,.,.,.„., ... the poii ion.-"i asuuninatsoi Amendment Counsel for Johnson will amend n .'' ou ^ l ou,s } the second ground ,. appeal b* I '.T ,,n , h, n ' f, "" haeti .hanging the point which said J 11 th S \ Ptl '""* that there waa no evidence and OT*** 1 '-'/"";will aubmil that the rent books were Inadmlssiblt in evidence. Hia Irdship said that Grounds OHO and two were concerned witn of fuel. Mr H.1110W for Johnson said |H< .,\i.r . unli'-r % %  '. IP -. 10 III stamp out Iha have been [ranted (er stvaral house-, and T widespread hunt is g<"ng o n for the unwanted men. Visas Hold a.a/ B' 1* • Headquarleis of the gana reW I'Or !" fill 11(11 IMS 'P"'*ible for the iraflli i beMeved w be in mis Lily. H Worahlp Ml '' %  B (.nfflth A number of the immigrant* F as)/. thought to have come t,, Cat* Vi Bead '''' Wl ^ %l a!l '*ued toother pcoHltl St. Michael ft) P'^in Eurjpe, and then sold k with ., ThP immigrants have been head ashed to pa v f35 each, or more 'or. unemployment insurance %  > lie paid in seven books enabling them to gel job* b fault 1* days' UnThe supply ol these book*, and .ni labou.. the visas, K organised Bco k told 'he lourt that on ;smuggling ring here and l n hi* an Kin % %  u U No ili Coppln uf KingK VlUasm Dayn li< "1 i<-k il. 1 Thursii Mlh %  ) I' 1 MO 1 Method %  ) p in The COreroony was performed v it.-.. Croatq Tlai brlda a %  11 in marriage by Mi Wl iMIeld Gooiliiig wore .. ,1 i!'[" %  r 1 --1-. M mmed wllh atlvai quins il' 1 bead dreaa was < Hei bouquet 1 ]| ... The bestmai Mi v Mlllai "f Chs 1 %  lyrl 1 op,mi and Wlnlfn Belfrave Aftc • %  %  ells Road, liv Itnnk tofffer Pan iiv Welfare' appeartni on page 6 of this newspaper on Sunday was taken from the monthly lettei of the Royal Bank of Canada. SECURITY COUNCIL FAMILY WELFARE SOCIETY The PAHIS. Jan 2H United Nations Security has been called fa %  on Wednesdav s the Kashmir Issue. —IP In In report njipcan san4a 1 Adveratr n was stated 1 %  I kSTO. The amount hnuld h 1 %  < ECO]*1 nil § A L E Is oin to take you by the Storm On IIII It If aba AM #•/.!. AT III AM I1IIOS. r. 1 oflha %  D POPULAR FRENCH REMEDIES —AT— WEATIIF.RIIEADS "JUBOL" UpaUon, Prtca OLOBKhV 1 A TOOk fOI Iha lleer' PAOEOL" 1 1 t/l [I 1 K.MI.I.V %  i o Lghta & Cold P B ti nisi HINI %  1 Rl 1 1 foi rVnaanil Waakni ov.'iwoiV and general 00Priea I" LTRODONAL" I %  I! |U Gravel, Pains and Andc. price 1 l:i:l 11 V,I \||||lilll \|. LTD. HEAD ui aaoAD man SPECIFY "EVEHITE" ASBESTOS-CEMENT CORRUGATED SHEETS AND TUHMLI." ASBESTOS WOOD. MORE AND MORE MEN ARE CHANGING TO K SHOES "A!LY Because they have become convinced of K's Superiority. 111 in \ui. Tiiui.i. 111 1111 M\N\ vuii <;ooi> REASONS I <>K THAT SI I'KKIOKITY I ill -K' sinn Bin wl tMthon lintbla, Hnth aolw and insoles are hand.ii 1 •ccuratal) graded nan. (l! THE I I'I'IDs : K sums P elected, hand-cut and matched by axpajriancad crnftsi)it'ii wiih ,1 eaja thai no machine Cuuld imitate. (3) 'K' SHOES are 1 la ovti UM ftmoui 'K' PLUS PITTING LASTS wild tho hcel-p.nts om hiiini: najrrowi tntui UM forMtrti TIM tniuri 'a^l UM haal and freedom for the Waal not CoBM in iimi be lillrd uilh 11 pair • if these world inmiHis %  alines 7 We are Mire ymi'll M] Ilk.all tinother K' wearers:— I'l.lNKVKR WRAB ANOTIII It SHOE Ml" r K' $17.00 to $21.63 PRICES FROM HARRISON'S DIAL 2664 S..UIH.IrU>.il.ir t„r K' SHOKS in llarbadoa. FRESH ST(MKS RWHVI-D! 1 STF BSBOOK 1 OI'NTAIS PCNI 1 STI BBBOOK MBS I STOI.AN II MIC CHI IM \II1IK( VITAMIN IIKOI'S iiAi.ivi K mi. ( viosraaoL Daora Tl TKOI. IIX1IN JACK & Jill. ( (II (.11 BTaWP II in NS ((ii (.11 DROPS I KIMINAI. (f..r Kliriiiiiali ... KMI.IIIS LTD. EVERY SLICE IS EXTRA MCE WE DON'T BAKE ALL THE BREAD WE ONLY BAKE THE BEST •-^On sale at — J & K BAKERIES anil (illDDAKD'S >YR.EX The name lhal means the very best in Oven Table Glassware DINNER PI in s. ant tie BREAgPAST PLATES, a*ch Mc. Mill" PLATES, each. 72c. LUNCH "I aTl • %  eh 3*e. DISHES '1 V,. $1.73 SI.V J2H3 HOI ,1 ( AHSEROLES •l.. $1.73, |l.US. SZ.II3 BAKI '. DISHES I S2.51. S2.M SAI( I BOATS irl. SI„IHK aoc. puDonra IIOWI.S i2c, MC. MIXING IIOWI.S S0c.. 11.33. SI.; CAVE SHEPHERD & CO.. LTD. 10. 11, !2 & 13 Broad Street ROBERTSON'S JAMS ft MARMALADE */##r# ffrs/r *\ 4 urrtj t*rir*rt —ThU HWA .Vf. AFRICOn BLACK CURRANT; BED lib Jars) 50c BTRAWBBRRY JAM We. II EA SHRED 1ALADE lllh Ja OIMOCB MAMMAI.A'il. DANISH SI.ICKI) HAM. DANISH SATJ\MT DANISH TMKK (II I AFRICAN LOBSTER—per Un *'. %  %  1 'Kij.', IB an :. %  • -n lfcc %  A ft p MACARONI SPAGHETTI VKKMK n.l.l —per lib pkge. 38c I RVS STRAWBERRIES, BLACKBBRH IPBERIUE& CHERRIES, MMMII.I. |li:\Mi, (IMKMU MM III M II II -IMS HI I I STAWSFELD* Start'A #'.. IA*. •



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FACE SIX BARBADOS ADVOCATE TUESDAY JAM ARV i*. 1*52 CLASSIFIED ADS. \>\OIMI>HMv TELEFMOHC 230B. roBirth*. MarrUf* anrrcitif -menu m Caiib Ca.lins n. mart* %  S3 00 for aj number a* wars. up ta W arnt cent* pat wortl % %  •i -•"> auM-aerial e>r>r*t Tmi cah FMlM SSwl tjervwr. S ana) • a *a Illl Mr Baas*. IN MEMOR1AM Arxt wrileper : 1 (dauahteea). %  IAll— in lovinc m*moi.v l"l daurhter Rvangal ; ,,l, -i... -., ... i.. i. JBlri. 1*47 ras: tOK SALK %  .1 *HMil 1 A I. M.I I Sen err now being laaei. lor OlaSuvd Dahliaa for Slate ST* In D-mbar tM. pirliM inwrMwi in boofcln* hi i m-u i AUTOMOTIVE %  "sTja M i AGENT*. omcE 1--1I dowi. *iiuaM ranlrallr in M'-II % %  Ml-J B. F*lo CO. CAR-t-Matfr Ford V- arrarainodalfli 1 l-t*. rinit.rta.<>r. iDeluke Coup* tfl ronaitlor. earellenl Dta| ..\ J btlwm lam and 4 p m. M|f Dial M. %  !)! "•"" SBSBwaw 1 I1.IIV luraUD**. all mo. Apply nni door. am "i pertec* STUART SAMIWOM • 111 tin. Mo'TOtirY. 1 r. 11. ttnoD" Sprite frame. A lAimii < ". as 1 i*~ Ar.kf He. t Min-ir*-: rk-wfi 1 1 1 uf January Ifei TnriUBtl *r i M part "Ml. 'OPOPaWf.. larewell to you.'' Thai raarunl ward 1* PM* %  P" He really God bleaa >i. V A. Howard and l-.mll. % %  •*TWITK-Oaa 1M S-ton Dorfs* Iruck '.. bat)"* In perfect aharar Appll 1 1 r. gaj • %  ..• pBMp hPSPW %  Totophonp 4IM 1 >—li rURNITURE LOOT way of loan against the peasant holdings respectively | riTwraa^ajniv mentioned and described in the Third Column of that Table opposite such names. SHIPPING NOTICES "OM1HI Al IIRALIA AMI /T \l wm IJMS LTB. %  AKI UKB M V TEKOA 1* exported to load aJ "•ana (or TrUudad. Barbaaarlr JeAMarr and amvboul atarcri Mb ha* ample ap—far chlllptl rird fraaaat. and pwnar a l aarfo rarpo airapl-d on (Kraut*) Bllla at lianahlpmetil al Trinidad for Rritiah Uuum Windward and Leeward I ifih parurulan apply to— "" . Co Lid Dated this 29th day of January, 1952. D. A. HAYNES. Manager. Peasants' Loan Bank. KaXlDCNCB Bor-iurk ftr#n rvral to, mar. oap Dial a. Harold Provprba A Co Ud V I %  • %  %  APPLICATIONS FOR LOANS. PEASANTS LOAN BANK. DaCOBTA CO 1 BARB.*. DOB. The M V DACBWOOD wlU arcapt Canjo and PaeaiiHi lor SI Luria. II Vlpreert. OreoaaU and Arube SalUM Weda-adar The" M V CARIBMZ will UliaPI Carlo and raaaerfrn lor A,llTua. Monlaartal. K Friday lal FVbruan 1 IBM Tw t V alORXKA wlU HpaM . %  ... | NBW Bwl '"' Dai A • NVWta and SI KMU B all P aw. I>awB u we i.-iuud. HI.) ftCHUONBB OWMBHRT ABSOCIATION CoawadMa. Trie. No. Mi I.H .YVIIJ* Mh AVH TWO lARGI COOl. BOOM* Furnl.br. 10 mlnulea walk to Yaahl Club or Cil] Wowdaada Oetdena. DM! MM 22 I Mi f n Fred Mo.irh on prerru*a I'llllM SAI.l-S REAL ESTATE Si. MUharl. C'hualuiior, Susan Garner. Martha ErncsUnt Laahley. WHUam Miiynard, Stella L. Sealy. Irvine Goodman .. Skeete. William C. KLECTKKAI. Laurie Dash ft f :—i 14 I u b> lerua M3R Fti I ,,. VUUfe. %  WATKB IIBATtR* Unlrlr I | H..II..I, ...lMt.ll.. < • %  K H Hunlr A Co L i'.: • Hf| 1 I'l.HSMMI. MISCELLANEOUS Th PwaS ..ii li-'ri.v •arrtr.d a-iln grvlni nrdll to mj li. HUNC mXRMAN dim lliafKni-ii aa I do IHII bok* IAlKMAN HB -t UIMSI i> D W\MI in ii STD(OORA*KIl TY1ST lor tt OAcr. apply far Wttrr and in pvrionI o-a,. o..,. .i.d J|M ,„ TrafAc CVprk* *r our tm<+ All appii • ual %  I l h „5ll r aawaa and pnoloOPI-rt*. t HH.TIPH WFT INDIAN AIHWAVS 1-TD %  Low?" %  roari e Bl paa, BrlJpcto wP. ._ rrm.ii tvwriCwa AITO niihRi> a WAXia A .nip .rnt of II,. popular 1.ARWAX CLTAN II AND PULiBII ju.l airiv-d O.d Cara %  %  Ilka new aliei tln LAIIWAX .-ally marvrlloui I Dial 4JP1, CourUar li r— i niu 4 AT.M Al rUaVawB 1 l %  !;| ..i...t. 1 a rxal drliaM lo llarbadlan* abroei IMMI early. %  /. aacb . H .i. M r % %  iitiia< i> it I il--j ( wn.r FPria in a>iar-ni—i with all mtlna. alolor Van and abou. 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ESTABLISHED iir> TUESDAY. JAN' UY . 152 I'HICE FIVE CENTS Barbados Win Second Test By 213-Run Margin "Boogies" WiUUmu 5/79 I New Egyptian Captures Bowling Honours p rcmi( ^ < ; Hs l.OOII II VITIM. By O. S. COPPIN BARBADOS yesterday defeated Jamaica by the comfortable margin of 213 runs when the Second and final Test ended at Kensington. This victory pfvv Barbados the second straight win in the series, having already won the First Teat by ;m innings and 167 runs. Barbados with %  %  rag ol u| ,.nd 3.^7 to which Jamaica had replied with US and 109 for 5 over th last weekend had set Jamaica :i!7 runs to make yesterday for the flva additio na l wickets. But they ouild only add 104 however and the gang andad 25 minutes after the luncheon interval had MH I ikan with Jamaica all nut for 213 runs WICKKT FIRM Ytst. i a a wicket that was still tirm although taking a little spin, was charactensted on the one hand by some stubborn and productive batting by lelt tiander George Mudie. who eventually top scored with 45. and on the other by some spirited hitting by tall pace bowler Goudndgiwho hit four boundaries in scoring 18 at number 11 in the batting order. Miller too played a polished and confident innings for 22 not out and has earned promotion in the batting order according to the comparative standards obtaining in this tournament. "Boogies" Williams tinished with the bowling honours for the Barbados team In his pocket He took 5 for 79 in 21 overs THK PLAY Farmer opened his altack with slow joopjly specialist "Boogies" Williams ami slow medium off break bowler Norman Mai K ^M \ shall The wicket was definitely taking ^g* gfl h P in IIDW and Farmer seemed quite ^H in using spin instead of pace from Frank ^H King and Barker. !^|| Mladig played forward bopafully to a well pitched off break from Marshall but the 0 %  IIM\M. turn beat the face of the bat. took the inside edge and went down to the tine leg boundary (or four. ANOTHKK VICTIM Next over, the second of the day Binns proved another half volley victim to Williams. He played forward and put up the simplest of catches to Farmer fielding at silly mid off He had made no addition |o his overweek score of 5. With his departure went most of the hopes that Jamaica entertained of making something of a match of it. The score was then 113/6 5. But Abrahams who tilled the breach seemed not to be I % %  jH*4*U*ation in w.**e*t Jamaica was now placed for they atifineoded 313 runs at this stage to avoid defeat. A BOUNDARY lie betped himaall to a boundary with a pull to deep square lei; off Williams and later executed the neatest of late cuts past King, standing military sentinel in the slip, for four runa ar brought a sudden end to nla promising innings MILIK drove widufa UonCC King at midolT but refused a run when Abrahams had invited him and had started down the wicket to boot. King fielded wilh his left hand and returned the ball to Williams at the bowler's end for the latter to braalt the vrlckel Umpire Jordan upheld an appeal for run out. Abrahams' contribution was a very useful IS and Jamaica could ill afford to lose his wicket at that stage. The scoreboard read at that time 142/7 18. SKIPPKR OUT Skipper Bonitto who joined Mudie did not remain long at the wicket He look an uncertain single to square leg off a Williams googly but later was deceived by the turn of aejQfhnr googly and was struck as a sittin tarj et with his ut ot play and his legs apart. Umpire Jordan said "yes" to an appeal for lbw. Jamaica had now lost 8 wickets for 145 runs and Miller joined Mudie. The latter broke the half volley bogey by coming down his wicket and lifting one from King high to the long on boundary for 6 This sent up ISO in 142 minutes. Sworn In CAIRO. j an 28. '' %  A. %  .|.IC>dV1 %  %  ; naval Wi'li God's help my program! • be*t Tor I... eign affair. WV hope n will have lull rounder e in i MiMfy HuMr toM Ihe Preee U to* win I icht from 1 00 pm. • night, it wai ftom noon to mid-, night PoHlirjil observer* Btal M ittcmptmg to the Wafdist Party to participate ii 1 of all party loader:I mi t tee will dependent I ready agree Sandiat Liberal %  A Battar Chases 11*has not approached Mnkr.tm I Ebrid Pasha, the leader of tha %  wanting I IplomaUc rclntinns with Britain PoUUca %  i in the past to convince to partirlp.il. the I tical Con. II lit* Btoti g %  join inch The former Pre mi e r MustHptui I ; N I %  i m %  Government "so loin; .. ;ihead on tl to serve the natior ..ml KIIIK He made the statement to the Chief Chamberlain Abdcl Latif Talat Pasha at u here he I %  %  r T i -IT. U.S. And Canada Exchange Atomic Information IftL&SHlNGTl >N I i Tne Atonuc Bnargy Conuatauw Monday thai nrtad states and Canada have exchanged eJaikriflg formation within the last thn i wet I which la exa* the ..tomic programme of both countriaa. O I Chairman, Qoraan Dean told a press conferenee this I tii-Nt -.uch exchange under the n* id pro\ lions r.t the Atomic gjnorn Act uiii m ftfUDUTB BOUNDARIES Mudie whose individual score was now in the thirties swept one from Williams on his pad magnificently to the deep square tag boundary and next over convinced thoM I -idered that stroke a "•flash in the pan that this was not so by repeating the stroke with all its brilliance in power and timing, this time at tha expense of Horace King and with a bonus of another boundary. $300,000,000 Granted U.K. WXSHINGTON. Jan. 20. W. Arell Hnrim.il Mutu.il BecurltJ Adnun%  lnoimced or I of S300.000.lWn |o the United K' . ran] an lion". Mutual S> < HI itAdm %  Congress to, axeta) •> %  |a ....! In lhHarrlaai -iid the funds *l <>*ntod to Lirlbe n Bd for -niv material M irrln ful aosnnenl -t the situation 1 Mutual s<-. urltj Agem •>n the S300.000.000 gnuit. He said re i i %  ii tii available i iiio u.K. it %  rould b,. naeofaary for the UJC lo raduo i "gramme by more than twice ei much. — v.r. BarnuM IVoom Fijjlit \atinalisls KANGOON. J Crack UurnicKo iioopa wee i i wn have • Bu "• nl (ommuniqiH 1 i K(tl Without ,iiu }>iiMian*i>t Itaac.l t place tin cocomunl %  %  Interim Chirac %  Burma, asked Chiang Kal ghak'i N malUU to udtbdraw the*-ioou from Al.nn BINNB. Jmlenn wickae>l>rpp*i hst>man. who •..•ored an nnrl.o.ud eeartarf In th> tlr| Bi buta*Jamaica Tl u wn racetvin.a vilir (ION. II t: \l„ Oovarnoi m the roiultiuon of the Bacon* 'folay. Australia Win Fifth Test STOLLMI:\I:R SCORES FIRST TEST CENTURY rmatton was mvoin-J I wi highly secret but h.did v it was in ih* .p#.-inV area I -pot-in. ih-cauae ei UH naton of the ti tnr Mcchanaa begun within lh.oaat Ihrcr wrcfc, will otitiaiM v .. certain period. %  i %  haaga would ti va been IOI|KM*IUII' if thr nergp aol had not been "i-'i I nsidlv U'MM>. Dean thl I nrulltlOfl 1 tinoi.iji.f bsaalneai ,.i tag raMraeUon neiv between ii-i-m jnd tli,Briliiil! Oenaraj Lord fher7A" (>u< i i .1.1 i the ball was 34 overs old. geaBaaayar met Ljnuwaii'a Brat ier wiih ti.< exscl mkldie <->k.l ong blgh .ind ruiictiT> to ^ne leR. Ilnrvey cam lioundary but h M %  Imnded effort fallad to hold the i Then in avoiding he had been liinil.sed. A-s Wceke* mi|[hl Ha ring io himi talked on. "Wbauwe Haaaad iWaggaaai I... Derelict Schooner Not Found i%  i • I isl %  Stollmeycr now spok< Weekes ,nd it u pratt| I l Ml union as yesterda ;i"kinR him to ignore bumper. %  nd play no stroke to iiu-m ui all. the supreme irony Ihat olT Lind wall's I U.unccr. Weekat tried l.iilhfullv to kfH'p ii at last. Haaaetl having realised his leg .i reel period fui [iadvralL %  .lh pleatj M !IH' olhei tad. st..iinnni aweag ,. nut %  qaare cul -.n bowiinir his niall U c i p Lunea i Bod i"i MINI i B7-loi n w or 11 iblegra no IV i thi "Zenith !! | INI HE81 BU %.ll.nn ,u jaa M %  % %  tteral Dvdghl El %  % %  I iHimlnatlon u i %  ddency, Lha Deputj B %  -i m %  > %  Hampshlrt. %  •••Mi said liwre •jualiiied bccouai • i Bd ,.lied lh.Si.i.i.iy ti, wilhich waal'Taw hii n %  oaUol In Hew Mamiwhhr'' prlnti %  111. I i. ti tuotraftki %  '. %  ret) log Mfli-h II law ., iiann FUN boon I-I .i Mhti'h lo nottf) lh* %  Si itc thai iwlnn Jackson said th.d tin %  ieial was nolillad on January :. I i.. n Qled -tr. U.S. Has JYew "Warning" f orEgyptianit NEW YORK. Jan. 28 raa r M ,w | Slates la to send %  new indent warnuii to ihe EiE*pUaa Ihe Wail Btreei Javrnal rain Washington, to-dny ll .nit thai the "warning e^Uaa !%  handed over infoimally and In ret ba Jefferson C*m s Ambaeaador In Cairo. H would urge lh* Egyptian i\emmenl to cxetriaa Lrol mternall> %  f'ireigh to iire-.k off diplo%  I'om anti-Brtttah and • which .. ,|> ,popuihe U.S meant basftnoam. '• . MHI tell ihe Kgyptians" Reporl -aid. • Ii Is dnvnmmi %  %  Aded ihat the decision to %  im' Rgypt wni Uki-n before ^ i.-nk inter\-en>i: I I UM Wafdivt Qp*ernrnefii over ti* • ek-end -i.r in dan iral rhe eel i ... the Harl i All gMj ,. i f Ml f %  i I %  north 2 degree 11 nlnutei eee< at I i IT. on ftun%  Civil Servant's ODM Adjourned Tho IIM in whhn Cnrtoa E Be i-ii. .i awl Servant 11 I ,; Michael, i charged befon Mi C i Wale ta b> the i. wll % %  i Involving money of 3.ooo and MdOOO fren '*,, .. 1 vernment was ad|ourt,< lamiar) I that the gene April lags and June H i Mi W W %  II%  ring foi ti < rowD, wbljg 1 Smith 8. K % %  in military mea South Koren John M. Chang told the I N thai the Reda have eolMi nTinn to makipi :"•• In Koiea." thai i oeaj "sT.iiin.i n NN talks, and "it ta now %  th ii < BMrl pelttloel MH II. ii hip take niom >\' sdlock t'hung adO>d "Korea di*s u' Ira to involve its UN. allies in %  P inding ihe wai ll what aUertntivea ar I'olir** Si-urt'll 'iiniaiun VQhgea IX'NISA. Jan. 28 'uh. % %  . hi'. Iiiln'iu sealed ol Cape ILii Pi'iiii'.. village to vllgga kBoem ...iiiuii.ilut agitaloi.. A -pukMraaii it rVench headqu-i-'eis tald notw ipe tiicordon, ugh-. .oiled strategic points. The spokesman said nrrvfltg of li i 1.. Bfteea la each village were v tooted i :• Defence Minister l/JNUON. Jan. 2*. Mr.htei CliurchiU'f office i *hat the iipointVlai nunt Ahv-mler M • Deft r. %  I 'uiicbill hail, ii im* peat. Tba n nve March 1. — v-r. Pakistan Ambassador Designate Due To-morrow the SI***?* (Ji..rt-eontli?ent. I %  :t men ho tot* part in On* nation struggle for I r I alVd To Bar He A-a edueatod at QuetU and I ado in London and *-> rall~i ••> thi l3i; I ... lot wilh lha All India nfuslun League, which organised lh<:.l Unonl and eieated f thei i taken tan i.ilitical proHe BAM • f Advlaer 11 wiped the %  %  %  long Committee (Caearal I %  'inued to In IM1 Mi \, %  wa % %  pace %  %  % %  Mo, Of tne Pro MS). "A Ll % %  . ' 'it. was %  %  %  i.'I last lion In I I'M) | Deh %  %  'he tan.i' year anard aa n • On rage S ffaialaai ii. ,. ilarly III %  %  %  ..;hti'i the 4/ RALEIGH 1HI 411-]IE EL IICrClE A wide variety ol modls always on display and ready assembled (or you lo lake away Sea our cycle Department, lirst Floor I'AVF. SHEPHKD & l.. Lid. 10, 11, 12 13 Broad Stnet Sol. Distributors £ nine mi limn IICI.I t% %  i trill •••>



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PAGE TWO BARBADOS ADVOCATE TUESDAY, JAVI'ARY 29. \KZ L ORD WHAKTON flew in 01. B.W.I As flight from Trinidad on Sunday mw| Hi short bolidaj h ts %  kunt at the Rota) Royal i-rd W barton win. was *iuc;iici| at Chrint Church. Oxford 10 4* He M.i-cepded hi Catbef in 19S4 and IK a brother of Hun. Elizabeth 1>. Returning bj I %  %  Olton. Qahib QaUinq w .(,;,. Ml HIS EXCELLENCY ME K. W. Blackhurne. Oov*ri...r or the Ltiwild m with Loid mid Lady Oliver Ether on Oovernnant Ho as* Groundafter PreaantaUan of Prise* for bast kept garden* in AnUjua Lord and Lady Eaher are at present on a vi-ll to Antigua. Lucius Coots of Brighton. Bla married on Thui^da* Si. Patrick'! Chun hi M Col %  f Mr and Mi Brninmin Co*, ul Plnfi S' \Ti. h,.-1 The ceitook pla %  that Pu kiiMon. s i given in inarrta wore a Victorian iMhloaW made of imbroUlurd nylon ll ,\,i. out .i Buen Roge-'aon is on a Caribbean tour Aires and Rio; Captain KflUlfl Iravelllnir on hchalf of the above h f H.wiA. and Captain }<>•: %  i C'm who I rturcTl rl grown one of II In nonari Scl UM f.imous % %  Andar" fabrics. He Canada WOO BkM Into the land of ( „, n i on u C plans to be in Hai hados for nbo-.il Sll „ w alld ltv at tllc .., op .. ot lhe Wju a M world %  aneo of dreaa goods H ii lings, HO Th( m IM „.,. t „ ps aI1( | thenr ,.. (ace, (BVIIIthe end of tiki month aa a r%  %  • ..nd lots of Back From Antigua new" all parts of OJsODfa. Annual Leave *j-y (light At Oub Morgaa Caribbean Tour M R H RODOERSON Of The Village G i FLATS, Mario* I of shops alongside are familiarly known at id. Village". It la an appropriate name, for In this small area beflats are a restaurantclub, a dress shop, a grocery, a stationery, a gift shop and curio %  r ikm and will be ivoc.rr Stan I %  Messrs 8 and Co, boa ye" oration House, a brancl Si lames and i td (OKI Shoi, ina Ltd.. 'Drew. Shop* (which IN riiuato Q) tone), opened on January Bth. Club Poiiinana has been n|>oi for some time while Bettluai |jr back? as PA i i ,i.ii v Laal year. '..lie with pans, pencils, leather gu<*l> purses, writing caaes etc.. whil stationary will b* opened BOS week SUnsfeld Scot), will rows of every kind and spirits, conk;...! ...I onions, olive*. etc.. also opened yesteraay i ion House opened ilonj with Bettlna Ltd'* Oift nop January 9—thi day the Ci •reived Decoration House stock' eoatume jewelleiv from France French pothlna and lui Qlfl Shop is displaying hand painted skirts' coven, aouvcnlra of Barbados, tortola* ahell and embroidery work ,u while their branch across th roadway—a ladies' dress shop— r. specialise* in hand amMOHtfJ The Village", situated In th e of the hotel area will no: the thing Isltors to the island but will %  foi B.B.C. Radio Programme Holiday Over R tflNG Efl Tnnldad on nlng t.v M w i A after two wsjalu' holiday In Bar'. Dick Hraclley centre of the hotel Balaanan with only be Just the thi H .1.,. a Bar% %  dP" %  '" ""' '"'' ','. Mr Maurice l*o be vary convenient Kita and residents in the area. D I John look part in the recent golf .„-^., P" .5 m.d> . ornamenl ba4woan tiRoekley I?RDISTON bport-> tlub an tlolf and Country Club and a team JLV having a dance M UM DTU i i.Kind He is rated as Hall. Garrison on iwM Trinidad's current No. 1 player. These dances at the Drill Hal John's parents, Mr. and Mrs. -r . becoming increasingly popu RobOrl Selller are remaining on j ur i):meinK begins at 9 p.m.. am %  music will be supplied *•; M ISS JAN1CI BAIN "ho ii ., .. contacted through cmces of Messrs. C. L. 1'ilt Company, rooro SOS, K H. Hunte' .< Biiildmc. Lower Broad Btreet Continuing Carib Holiday T A,| t COUNTESS of Ronaldshay and her parents Col. and Mrs Ebcuezci pike who arrived bam Canada ban d n January 11th to spend ada over the week-end whets shi .. short boUda< In itarbados aa h* IDIHM guests of" Sir Edward Cunard at leavi "Glltier Boy". St. James an due to loava i' da) tot Prtn dad i a IOUU* to Kingston and Nassau, continuing then Carlbboan rsolsday. Tboy i i.i' returning to England I York. Routin; V;it l^lii .1. DH K UO.A lad arrived on Sunday evening Mr. Selller ot the Trinidad C i,. vll Qittaoj and his lr other son An*• %  #. ilnlAi on until Intrantit th JNTIIANSIT passenger on th 1 Lady Rodney which arri here on Thursday and left M RS MARCELLA PEESLR8 ol night, is Miss Louise l I Ph|U| ho left "Maims Agent for Ale.... %  %  Antigua on January 17th *hip Co.. Trinidad. She i,. hort holiday, tour through the majority nf tn Islands on behalf of Alcoa. To Settle In U.S. %MH EDMUND HINDS here at • o'clock tornorro* }}* SS^SfZ ifart %  i %  i %  : %  ', %  IT (r ""at 2 30 | thi Change Cf 1ime rvpHjg Cid.KiTO," wl iii an by ii w i A. %  I i a %  M VS. ... the U.S. by PA A Hindi iii.mto rattle in the West Indian Ta Me Talk BT LONDONUK I.ONI KIN P REPARING now foi at the vtvX of the month to Bermuda, Weat indtea and BaLord Rowan Scout of the I': I weal t h. Din log I visit Jamaica. Trinidad. St. Vincent. 9 I.IHI Grenada. UritiMi QuJ mu. Anti' %  rail. He return\ i.t Mortl living in llritnin on April I, Since bt Lord Rcwallan h %  travelled nearly 120.0 the Coran %  %  %  ) i M •., U % %  I %  cdt ( %  p field commissioner foi Riding of Yorkshire. i\ unniwn .(S)TAgLE TALK. AW&Cm — — = Hone / e*er s'toton irou mv pfiofo-finish album?" reaaon, I understand is that Sir Itirhnrd Is high un in the U I Ad Inere la no other %  ppolnarnenl availabluat the m omen i COCKTAIL COMPKTtTlOy I HKAlt that cnuies are In. i %  II lnt< i tail Con nines Cock' n ad ., .ii ol Ihe Hotel, Reaiauranl and Exhibition o|>enlnt; Itl i %  January III \ in World Champlonahli Cup. Ehl i been reeelvi from pla< %  i la. (ine Ameiioan bartender la flying MOOC arujelea to subm> cocktail to the jury. Th> %  'r, i> ortftused by lb< U K. Bartender aulld who an ant IbU foi lia Rum ( ciki.'il competition. WJa M.Hlital MiMlt-nts rSfle Plastic l^urgery LONDON Fourteen medfc itudeota tram Jama lea. Trlnsdao BrtUata Gtuana, laaunuue, India Denmark, and Qorntany vlsitei the I'latu Btnrgary Unit o ,un Victoria Hospital at Eat It was at I itead that Sir Archibald M. Ineloe. the world 'nmous plaStl ojK'ialed on R.A.F pilot* disllgured in action. Td ludeiiK ial opcralons. aa well as nice tin, n varloua rtagei ol reo •vere receiving po^t ODlraUvi 'reatmer.t -iother.inv T IE S Ok C* XPBCT Interesting rrvreloi men is in Parliament with refeiciuo i hear that the I' .i li nmtitary grotip of O tat) up under the Ch. %  oon non irty of ficht Kind's £1)0,000, Ow the latl Scouts selected from all yean the Company has com; Mtain to attend the first plated leveral smaller o Caribbean Jaaahori tinJamaican Government from March RBTIKBD C-/.V-C from Southampton on February 5. Scon.master In erwrge g II be "WICK-AUMIKAI, Bll i Lady Huggms toad Mr. c. c i a DUD ScoutV ByroorHhv>Tayl I t let on Weal Indian iiffnirs maatcr of the isth Rrsehle) recenUj I Tnkl i the group wrdeb h s the America and Weat Indlei What lhay discussed, is acted as hoata to Janalcea Seouh aVniadron of thi but with r. I id ever I ice the Urtt to be put on Ihe retired Ihrfc. The opening on January igth ( eontin.> %  Ml'' are receiving tlieu the Waal In W rid Adl Ity on January 15. The briefs now. J.imborttin Bofland In 1937. y*_' n:in:H\rin\ TALKS i %  T HE ; IKhold In d i and %  July as a Col anlal Orfli man recenl date Is *hc guess of a weJ West Indian wh i London. In view of the fact that British Q the Ram ret mimendnI •v'nni n. Rupert and the Pine Ogre — 19 ll*n III.".I i n.fuxs $200,000 For Tri!;ji l r HOUSTON. Texaa, Jan. 28. Movie Cowboy Ro> Rogers >—< WJbnday he has declined to sell hi amed hocae Trlggan for $200.00C \fter ruindredg i>f lafHera pourai D hom adniiiiiiK youngster* togeis said he could not part with us 18-year-o|,| Palomino, ih ,n,t if it had not been for v palominos 1 would not have KCII in |Kh.iUnn to get such ifcr." CROSSWORD CONTRACT COUPU If T ut three dl %  tienl ol %  and four trallei lor thi oan Qovej aw awaiting shipment fiom Kngl. nd. The order, executed bj i> Wk?kham and Co, Ll i o| Wart in i shire, was worth apca -^:l J 1 [ 1. rr r J 5 J" n — ""H I"' Gunk, brgi would bt awful il i' j .yi Beryl. Wa i out btauiilui laieai act %  "• ir<-. AnJ ihingi <"e ii peai latl ii unratianeo B i na m a sra* rssrai ira i>) nl. in iiir Slate* a famou* i Genuine Bargains! Genuine Bargains! REAL I.KATIIKR BANDBAOS Brilisli lUdl ST.ln now S2..-.CI. St'.liX nuw 1.1.IKI. Sll.l',1 now SI.IHI. Sll.29 now *5.U0. iniTATHIN I. l:\IIIKIt \Ml PLASTIC. All Culuura. sc.oi now s2.so. MUS n.. s2.ui. -;, ;., „.,„ .1 MI S2.:::I n si ::... FLOWI.IIKI) GEORGETTES CHABNOS 11 MS FASHIONED NYLON HOSE FLOWEBED CBEPES IT" PLAIN COTTON HAIRCORD IIOVS' and viil \c; MEN'S will 1 KM in |> SHIRTS RICK HACK and SII.K 111; Mils ,i S2.HCI now SI .oil S2.:l:l now Sl.HU UM now -I 1.0 40 & 50 ccnls I1.M II al 4 crnli Yd. T. R. EVANS & WHIT FIELDS Dial 4220 YOUR SHOE STORES Dial 4606 THEN AND SCENES OF 2ND TEST—ACMTRALL* CORGI MOTOR CYCLE • 120 Miles per ig.illon • 30 SIP II. wilh case • 104 Ihs. woiiihl only ECONOMY — ACCESSIBILITY RELIABILITY — AT — Eckstein Bros-B.ys.rt General Hardware SuppliesR^H st GLOBE rosiini MOVli 11 tin 11% TO-DAY 'Last Showing) 5 and R.3* am. c BsWirou ,, *...„r 1 .' ij~-si JANE POWELL WasVff IMIII •• nd Tlll'RSDAV—A NEW ACTION PICTURE* l—yil. Itl i s lt ARLENE DAHL HARRY SULLIVAN Uaralai FRIDAY. IKHKI'ARY 1ST S

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TUESDAY. JAN' UY . 152
I'HICE FIVE CENTS
Barbados Win Second Test By 213-Run Margin
"Boogies" WiUUmu 5/79 I New Egyptian
Captures Bowling Honours prcmi(^ < ;Hs
l.OOII II VITIM.
By O. S. COPPIN
BARBADOS yesterday defeated Jamaica by the com-
fortable margin of 213 runs when the Second and final Test
ended at Kensington. This victory pfvv Barbados the
second straight win in the series, having already won the
First Teat by ;m innings and 167 runs.
Barbados with rag ol u| ,.nd 3.^7 to which Jamaica
had replied with US and 109 for 5 over th last weekend
had set Jamaica :i!7 runs to make yesterday for the flva
additional wickets. But they ouild only add 104 however
and the gang andad 25 minutes after the luncheon inter-
val had MH I ikan with Jamaica all nut for 213 runs
WICKKT FIRM
Ytst. i a a wicket that was still tirm al-
though taking a little spin, was charactensted on the one
hand by some stubborn and productive batting by lelt
tiander George Mudie. who eventually top scored with 45.
and on the other by some spirited hitting by tall pace
bowler Goudndgi- who hit four boundaries in scoring 18 at
number 11 in the batting order.
Miller too played a polished and confident innings for
22 not out and has earned promotion in the batting order
according to the comparative standards obtaining in this
tournament.
"Boogies" Williams tinished with the
bowling honours for the Barbados team In
his pocket He took 5 for 79 in 21 overs
THK PLAY
Farmer opened his altack with slow
joopjly specialist "Boogies" Williams ami
slow medium off break bowler Norman Mai -
K^M \ shall The wicket was definitely taking
^g* gfl hPin iidw and Farmer seemed quite
^H in using spin instead of pace from Frank
^H King and Barker.
!^|| Mladig played forward bopafully to a well
pitched off break from Marshall but the
0 iim\m. turn beat the face of the bat. took the in-
side edge and went down to the tine leg
boundary (or four.
ANOTHKK VICTIM
Next over, the second of the day Binns proved another
half volley victim to Williams. He played forward and
put up the simplest of catches to Farmer fielding at silly
mid off He had made no addition |o his overweek score
of 5.
With his departure went most of the hopes that Jamaica
entertained of making something of a match of it. The
score was then 113/6 5.
But Abrahams who tilled the breach seemed not to be
I 'jH*4*U*ation in w.**e*t Jamaica was
now placed for they atifineoded 313 runs at this stage to
avoid defeat.
A BOUNDARY
lie betped himaall to a boundary with a pull to deep
square lei; off Williams and later executed the neatest of
late cuts past King, standing military sentinel in the slip,
for four runa
ar brought a sudden end to nla promising innings
MilIk drove widufa UonCC King at midolT but refused
a run when Abrahams had invited him and had started
down the wicket to boot. King fielded wilh his left hand
and returned the ball to Williams at the bowler's end for
the latter to braalt the vrlckel Umpire Jordan upheld an
appeal for run out.
Abrahams' contribution was a very useful IS and
Jamaica could ill afford to lose his wicket at that stage.
The scoreboard read at that time 142/7 18.
SKIPPKR OUT
Skipper Bonitto who joined Mudie did not remain long
at the wicket He look an uncertain single to square leg
off a Williams googly but later was deceived by the turn of
aejQfhnr googly and was struck as a sittin tarj et with his
ut ot play and his legs apart. Umpire Jordan said
"yes" to an appeal for lbw.
Jamaica had now lost 8 wickets for 145
runs and Miller joined Mudie. The latter
broke the half volley bogey by coming down
his wicket and lifting one from King high
to the long on boundary for 6 This sent up
ISO in 142 minutes.
Sworn In
CAIRO. jan 28.
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God's help my program!
be*t Tor I...
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will have lull rounder e in "
i MiMfy
HuMr toM Ihe Preee U
to* win I icht from
1 00 pm.
night, it wai ftom noon to mid-,
night
PoHlirjil observer* Btal
M ittcmptmg to
the Wafdist Party to participate ii
1
of all party loader:- I
mi t tee will
dependent I
ready agree
Sandiat Liberal

A Battar Chases
11*- has not approached Mnkr.tm I
Ebrid Pasha, the leader of tha

wanting
I IplomaUc rclntinns with
Britain
PoUUca
i
in the past to convince
to partirlp.il. the I
tical Con.ii lit* Btoti
g
join inch
The former Premier, MustHptui
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Government "so loin; ..
;ihead on tl
to serve the natior ..ml Kiiik He
made the statement to the Chief
Chamberlain Abdcl Latif Talat
Pasha at u here he
. I r T i
-IT.
U.S. And Canada
Exchange Atomic
Information
IftL&SHlNGTl >N I i
Tne Atonuc Bnargy Conuatauw Monday thai
nrtad states and Canada have exchanged eJaikriflg
formation within the last thn i wet I which la exa*
the ..tomic programme of both countriaa. O I
Chairman, Qoraan Dean told a press conferenee this
I tii-Nt -.uch exchange under the n* id pro-
\ lions r.t the Atomic gjnorn Act
uiii m *
ftfUDUTB BOUNDARIES
Mudie whose individual score was now
in the thirties swept one from Williams on
his pad magnificently to the deep square
tag boundary and next over convinced thoM
I -idered that stroke a "flash in the
pan that this was not so by repeating the
stroke with all its brilliance in power and timing, this time
at tha expense of Horace King and with a bonus of another
boundary.
$300,000,000
Granted U.K.
WXSHINGTON. Jan. 20.
W. Arell Hnrim.il
Mutu.il BecurltJ Adnun-
lnoimced or
I of S300.000.lWn |o the
United K' ran] an
lion".
Mutual S> < hi it- Adm

Congress to, axeta)
.....> |a ....! In lh-
Harrlaai
-iid the funds *l <>*ntod to Lirl-
be n Bd for -niv
material
M irrln
ful aosnnenl -t the situation1
Mutual s<-. urltj Agem
>n the S300.000.000 gnuit. He said
re i i ii tii
available i iiio u.K. it
rould b,. naeofaary for the UJC
lo raduo i "gramme
by more than twice ei much.
v.r.
BarnuM IVoom
Fijjlit \atinalisls
KANGOON. J
Crack UurnicKo iioopa wee
i i
wn have
Bu
" nl (ommuniqiH1
i K(tl .
Without ,iiu }>iiMian*i>t Itaac.l
t place tin
cocomunl

Interim Chirac

Burma, asked
Chiang Kal ghak'i N.....malUU to
udtbdraw the*- -ioou from
Al.nn BINNB. Jmlenn wickae>l>rpp*i hst>man. who ..ored an nnrl.o.ud eeartarf In th> tlr| Bi
buta*Jamaica Tl u wn racetvin.- a vilir (ion. II t: \l Oovarnoi m the roiultiuon of the Bacon*
'folay.
Australia Win Fifth Test
stollmi:\i:r scores
first test century
rmatton was mvoin-J
I wi highly secret but h.- did
v it was in ih* .p#.-inV area
I -pot-in.
ih-cauae ei Uh naton of the
ti tnr Mcchanaa begun
within lh.- oaat Ihrcr wrcfc, will
' otitiaiM v .. certain period.
i haaga would
ti va been ioi|km*iuIi' if thr
nergp aol had not been
....."i-'i I
nsidlv
U'M- M>. Dean
thl I nrulltlOfl1
tin- oi.iji.f bsaalneai ,.i tag ra-
MraeUon neiv between
ii-i-m jnd tli,- Briliiil!
Oenaraj Lord fher-
7A" (>u for Xnminution
I From HAROLD DALE)
SYDpTEY. Jan. 2H.
Australia won the fifth 'iVsf at Sydney lo-daj
nan i
The sky was overcast an [ |ha weattM i cool when Stoll
in.\. i and Weekes icsiimeel i i-day then pursuil ol :*04 rum
nei-ded for viitnry
atl knowim; that hal Mrciirfih Liy only in Ins attach
'"" lh-'! : "II" i unwisely dropped to twelfth
man immediately called nn l.ittdu.ill and Millei altlHHii'h
'In1 hall u i. -1 .>< i i .1.1 i
the ball was 34 overs old.
geaBaaayar met Ljnuwaii'a Brat
ier wiih ti.< exscl mkldie M i.f the v.lue of hn*ing
I If ll!*UI Ul tl.
I '
<-mll<(< i.1
Weekes hk. !..,
ifJllei i nt in
mii.v with no trouble . , repeated
and tin- bat a
W(
boundary.
StoUmeyai arai playing a.i1
lUnn bin
Mth ereU^ontroU
abtad thr aiakat and all along
he ground Waakaa wu iin
recipient of numerous bumpera
from Lindwiill ;md Midd-nl>
<->k.l ong blgh .ind ruiictiT> to
^ne leR. Ilnrvey cam
lioundary but h M
Imnded effort fallad to hold the
i
Then in avoiding he had been
liinil.sed. A-s Wceke* mi|[hl
Ha
ring io himi
talked on. "Wbauwe
Haaaad iWaggaaai
I...
Derelict
Schooner
Not Found
i- i
I
isl

Stollmeycr now spok<
Weekes ,nd it u pratt| I l
Ml union as yesterda
;i"kinR him to ignore bumper.
nd play no stroke to iiu-m ui all.
the supreme irony Ihat
olT Lind wall's I
U.unccr. Weekat tried l.iilhfullv
to kfH'p ducked sideways, but
truck tils I nit Mid seared into
Ml .nr to) Laaghtl tO 'ake .
Weeki- bad
Hi
Three for 147
Burma's border.
r.p.
IIIII.S
.
u i w< i I-
. Uttle
ii rua thai
In- ran b<
Uklng
.
*-ry Hial
hud K"l hi* bokMiuii plan*
into tangle Igadaull hma i
been on ail nornmK unui u iw*
i away. ..
' haruu eaa aM
I .,.-,:
due tiui fob aeuM nave to be
' .' I* -A, II
o, tba W* ii mi ami.......
m nt
Worrell came lo 1'ioking the
Baaandld aKblMi I
1 on ball, from Miller,
the -/it rids, rtralgM drove
M lib grand con
the wkii' r i hereupon
MoUmeyof facing Lindwall. gave
m nemonalration of hoe
In ahol should be played square*
BMl kXfV .1 "\<-, In .., f niiield' -
boundary.
It.i- ahol .arriB,! him to K.
<>ii at last.
Haaaetl having realised his
leg .i reel
period fui [iadvralL

.lh pleatj M
!IH' olhei
tad. st..iinnni aweag ,.
nut qaare cul -.n
bowiinir his niall Uc i p
Lunea i
Bod
' i"i Mini
i B7-loi
. n w or 11
iblegra
no IV i
thi "Zenith
!! |
INI HE81 BU %.- ll.nn ,u
jaa M
tteral Dvdghl El
I
iHimlnatlon u i
ddency, Lha Deputj B
-i m > Hampshlrt.
Mi said liwre
jualiiied bccouai i Bd
,- .lied lh.- Si.i.i.iy ti, wilh-
ich waal'Taw hii n oaUol In
Hew Mamiwhhr'' prlnti

111.

I
i. ti tuotraftki '.- ret) log
Mfli-h II
law .,
iiann Fun boon i-i .i
Mhti'h lo nottf) lh*
Si itc thai
iwlnn Jackson said th.d tin
ieial was nolillad on January
:. I i.. n Qled
-tr.
U.S. Has JYew
"Warning"
f orEgyptianit
NEW YORK. Jan. 28
raa rM,-w| Slates la to send
new indent warnuii to ihe EiE*p-
Uaa Ihe Wail Btreei Javrnal ra-
in Washington, to-dny
ll .nit thai the "warning e^Uaa
!- handed over infoimally and In
ret ba Jefferson C*m
s Ambaeaador In Cairo.
H would urge lh* Egyptian
i\emmenl to cxetriaa
. Lrol mternall>
'
f'ireigh
" to iire-.k off diplo-

I'om anti-Brtttah and
which
.. ,|> ,- popu-
ihe U.S meant basftnoam.
' . mHI tell ihe Kgyptians"
Reporl -aid. Ii Is dnvnmmi

Aded ihat the decision to
im' Rgypt wni Uki-n before
^ i.-nk inter\-en>i: I I UM
Wafdivt Qp*ernrnefii over ti*
ek-end
-i.r
in dan
iral
rhe eel i .
...
the Harl i
All gMj ,. i f Ml,
f
i
I
north 2 degree
11 nlnutei eee< at I i it. on ftun-

Civil Servant's
Odm Adjourned
Tho iim in whhn Cnrtoa E
Be i-ii. .i awl Servant
11 I ,; Michael, i charged
befon Mi C i Wale ta b> the
i. wll .
i Involving money of 3.ooo and
MdOOO fren '*,, ..1vernment
was ad|ourt,<
lamiar)
I that the
gene
April lags and June h
i
. Mi W W
ii- ring foi ti < rowD, wbljg
1
Smith
8. K i-\. To Ad siirmr
I'AltIS JgB 2B
- iitli Koreiin-
I fn m tio Ui >
in military mea
South Koren -
John M. Chang told the
I N thai the Reda have eolMi n-
Tinn to maki- pi :" In Koiea." thai
i oeaj "sT.iiin.i n
NN talks, and "it ta now
th ii < BMrl pelttloel
mh ii. ii hip take
niom >\' sdlock "
t'hung adO>d "Korea di*s
u' Ira to involve its UN. allies in
. p inding ihe wai
ll what aUertntivea ar
I'olir** Si-urt'll
'iiniaiun VQhgea
ix'NIsa. Jan. 28
'uh. . hi'.
Iiiln'iu sealed ol Cape ILii Pi'iiii'.-
. village to vll-
gga kBoem
...iiiuii.ilut agitaloi.. A -pukMraaii
it rVench headqu-i-'eis tald notw
ipe tii- cordon, ugh-.
.oiled strategic points.
The spokesman said nrrvfltg of
li i 1.. Bfteea la each village were
. v tooted i :
Defence Minister
l/JNUON. Jan. 2*.
. Mr.htei CliurchiU'f office
i *hat the
iipoint-
Vlai nunt Ahv-mler M
Deft r. I 'uiicbill ha-
il, ii im* peat. Tba n -
nve March 1.
v-r.
Pakistan Ambassador
Designate Due To-morrow
the SI***?*
(Ji..rt<- a Hnkigh
aad you will
poueas bicycle
of great i
sirengih.
funniiw
atnouch
auparior work
manshlp and lusig
Bit. Built of aw
Unett auieruli in
lh* woe Id's laagcv
and moM m'JeiB
cyxk ffcn*.
W.,
Bee.
SISTER ANTHONY 152) Uie Irimh Amarlean non who vm mardand by Egyptiam tg ui Uie greands
of the laaalla Roman Catholic Convent of 8t. Vincent da rani Lltnt Oene-.i fl., Oroi,,? Ei
Oenaral Officer Commanding British troops In Egypt, haa described tha mtir*r at aa -< t of raging wad
ne-" aister Anthony was shot thraogh the heart trying to dlaraad* the thags froea tnrowing bombs In
the Convent frauds, where in young children are boarders.- EXPREM
U
a. Ambaaaador-dveignate foi*
'.ikistan to Brazil. a<.
terbados tomorroa inorning on
he ^ ArgoHllne lot
jt *.'. Itio if' .1
.ik'^ up 1
the Advocate .
,nl t'nltesi
Companv who reerivetl table
ripws lo the efte*-i from M;.
Mohammed Abrahba
of the Ti
00 bowl
ibegg of the lurbado-
Dlity. During hi'
be iii make '
I after whirl, fee BffD
i- rnU-rtalned (< luncheon by
1
eaMeaee ' Mr
geageaea Patcl.

well knoeni nfir" In the Bade*
PakiBtan ?tul>-eontli?ent. I
:t men ho tot*
part in On* nation struggle for
I r
I alVd To Bar
He A-a edueatod at QuetU and I ado
in London and *-> rall~i > thi
l3i; I
...
lot wilh lha All India nfuslun
League, which organised lh<-
:.l Unonl and
eieated f thei
i .
taken
tan i.ilitical pro-
He BAM
f Advlaer
11 .
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PAGE TWO
BARBADOS ADVOCATE
TUESDAY, JAVI'ARY 29. \KZ
LORD WHAKTON flew in 01.
B.W.I As flight from Trinidad
on Sunday mw| Hi
short bolidaj h ts kunt at the
Rota) Royal i-rd W barton win.
was *iuc;iici| at Chrint Church.
Oxford 10 4* He M.i-cepded hi
Catbef in 19S4 and Ik a brother of
Hun. Elizabeth 1>.
Returning bj
I

Olton.
Qahib QaUinq
w .(,;,.
Ml
HIS EXCELLENCY Me K. W. Blackhurne. Oov*ri...r or the Ltiwild
m with Loid mid Lady Oliver Ether on Oovernnant Ho as*
Ground- after PreaantaUan of Prise* for bast kept garden* in AnUjua
Lord and Lady Eaher are at present on a vi-ll to Antigua.
Lucius Coots of Brighton. Bla
married on Thui^da*
Si. Patrick'! Chun hi M Col
f Mr and Mi
Brninmin Co*, ul Plnfi
S' \Ti. h,.-1
The cei- took pla -

that Pu
kiiMon. s i
given in inarrta
wore a Victorian iMhloaW
made of imbroUlurd nylon ll head-dress was n finaei--!
Brussels lace, held in place wit)
orange blossoms and *1"' i
bouquet of pink radi.
Quee?
The bridesmaid, her
Patricia Cools, wore a green
nylon dress with :i low neek and
red roars on hPr *h
hair The flower girls Misg An-
toinette Miller and Miss Anne
Cool* wore blue and Miw Susan
Cools, pink
The boatman was Mr. Harold
Co*, brother -if the Broom. Thi
U'hera wrre Mr F'Ctn
and Mr. Michael Cox.
After the i-eniiionv a reeepno- ,
was held at the I
parent* The honeymoon is bttflg MOUMI on s-tuiu-y
jpvnl ul Pi !! Spring Hotel. I la mi h
mil
nted bar, trial
UK i w airline apt
Armitagc and Biby Oj frOOl UM ;.; of Bouth Aim-u-
IJmlted. of Manchester, arrive- ,a to the YuKoi. i
to-da) from BHttah Guiana on Captain Avun Of Pen AmortoaD l':"'nn1
aej trip to Barbados. M> ,\,i. out .i Buen
Roge-'aon is on a Caribbean tour Aires and Rio; Captain KflUlfl
Iravelllnir on hchalf of the above ,hf H.wiA. and Captain }<>: i
C'm who I rturcTl rl grown one of II In nonari Scl
UM f.imous Andar" fabrics. He Canada WOO BkM Into the land of (, n ionuC
plans to be in Hai hados for nbo-.il Sllw alld ltv at tllc ..,op.. ot lhe Wju a,M
world
aneo of dreaa goods h ii lings, HO Th(. m,IM, .,. tps aI1(| thenr ,..
. (ace, (bviii- the end of tiki month
aa a r-
..nd lots of Back From Antigua
new" all parts of
OJsODfa.
Annual Leave
*j-y (light At Oub Morgaa

Caribbean Tour
MR H RODOERSON
Of
The Village
Gi FLATS, Mario*
I of shops
alongside are familiarly known at
id. Village". It la an appropri-
ate name, for In this small area be-
flats are a restaurant-
club, a dress shop, a grocery, a
stationery, a gift shop and curio

r ikm and will be
. ivoc.rr Stan I
Messrs 8 and Co,
boa ye"
oration House, a brancl
Si lames and
i td (OKI Shoi,
ina Ltd.. 'Drew. Shop*
(which in riiuato
Q) tone), opened on
January Bth.
Club Poiiinana has been n|>oi
for some time while Bettluai
|jr back? as
PA i i ,i.ii v Laal year.
'..lie with
.
pans, pencils, leather gu<*l>
purses, writing caaes etc.. whil
stationary will b* opened BOS
week SUnsfeld Scot), will
rows of every kind
and spirits, conk;...!
. ...I onions, olive*.
etc.. also opened yesteraay
i ion House opened ilonj
with Bettlna Ltd'* Oift nop
January 9thi day the Ci
reived Decoration House stock'
eoatume jewelleiv from France
French pot-
hlna and lui
Qlfl Shop is display-
ing hand painted skirts'
coven, aouvcnlra of Barbados, tor-
- tola* ahell and embroidery work
,u while their branch across th
roadwaya ladies' dress shop
r. specialise* in hand amMOHtfJ
The Village", situated In th
e of the hotel area will no:
the thing
Isltors to the island but will
foi
B.B.C. Radio Programme
Holiday Over
RtflNG Efl Tnnldad on
nlng t.v m w i a
after two wsjalu' holiday In Bar-
'. Dick Hraclley centre of the hotel
Balaanan with only be Just the thi
h .1.,. a Bar- -', dP" '" ""' '"'' ','.
Mr Maurice l*o be vary convenient
Kita and residents in the area.
D I
John look part in the recent golf______.-^., P" .5 m.d> .
ornamenl ba4woan ti- Roekley I?RDISTON bport-> tlub an
tlolf and Country Club and a team JLV having a dance M UM DTU
i i.Kind He is rated as Hall. Garrison on iwM
Trinidad's current No. 1 player. These dances at the Drill Hal
John's parents, Mr. and Mrs. -r. becoming increasingly popu
RobOrl Selller are remaining on jur i):meinK begins at 9 p.m.. am
' music will be supplied *;
M
ISS JAN1CI BAIN "ho i- i
., ..
contacted through
cmces of Messrs. C. L. 1'ilt
Company, rooro SOS, K H. Hunte'.<
Biiildmc. Lower Broad Btreet
Continuing Carib Holiday
TA,|t COUNTESS of Ronaldshay
and her parents Col. and Mrs
Ebcuezci pike who arrived bam Canada ban
d n January 11th to spend ada over the week-end whets shi
.. short boUda< In itarbados aa h* IDIHM
guests of" Sir Edward Cunard at leavi
"Glltier Boy". St. James an due to
loava i' da) tot Prtn dad i a iouu*
to Kingston and Nassau, continu-
ing then Carlbboan rsolsday. Tboy
i i.i' returning to England
I York.
Routin; V;it
l^lii .1. DH K -
UO.A
lad arrived on Sunday evening
Mr. Selller
ot the Trinidad Ci,.vll. Qittaoj and his
lr other son An- * .____#.
ilnlAi on until Intrantit
th JNTIIANSIT passenger on th
1 Lady Rodney which arri
here on Thursday and left
MRS MARCELLA PEESLR8 ol night, is Miss Louise l
I Ph|U| ho left "Maims Agent for Ale....
Antigua on January 17th *hip Co.. Trinidad. She
i,. hort holiday, tour through the majority nf tn
Islands on behalf of Alcoa.
To Settle In U.S.
%MH EDMUND HINDS
here at o'clock tornorro* }}* SS^SfZ ifart
' i i : ', IT (r""-
at 2 30 |
thi
Change Cf 1ime
rvpHjg Cid.KiTO," wl iii an
by ii w i a.
I i a
'
M
VS.
... the U.S. by PA A
Hindi iii.m- to rattle in the
West Indian Ta Me Talk
BT LONDONUK
I.ONI KIN
PREPARING now foi
at the vtvX of the month to
Bermuda, Weat indtea and Ba-
Lord Rowan .
Scout of the I': I
wealth. Din log I
visit Jamaica. Trinidad. St.
Vincent. 9 I.ihi .
Grenada. UritiMi QuJ mu. Anti-
''
rail. He return- \ i.t Mortl
living in llritnin on April I,
Since bt
Lord Rcwallan h
travelled nearly 120.0
the Coran
) .
i M ., U I
cdt ( p
field commissioner foi
Riding of Yorkshire.
i\ unniwn
.(S)TAgLE TALK.
AW&Cm =
" Hone / e*er s'toton irou
mv pfiofo-finish album?"
reaaon, I understand is that Sir
Itirhnrd Is high un in the U I
Ad Inere la no
other ppolnarnenl availabluat the
m omen i
COCKTAIL COMPKTtTlOy
IHKAlt that cnuies are In. i
ii lnt< i
tail Con
nines
Cock'
n ad .,
.ii ol Ihe Hotel, Reaiauranl and
Exhibition o|>enlnt; Itl
i ! January III \
in World Champlonahli
Cup. Ehl i been reeelvi
from pla<
i la. (ine Ameii-
oan bartender la flying mooc
arujelea to subm>
cocktail to the jury. Th>
'r, i> ortftused by lb<
U K. Bartender aulld who an
ant IbU foi lia '
Rum ( ciki.'il competition.
WJa M.Hlital
MiMlt-nts rSfle
Plastic l^urgery
LONDON
Fourteen medfc
itudeota tram Jama lea. Trlnsdao
BrtUata Gtuana, laaunuue, India
Denmark, and Qorntany vlsitei
the I'latu Btnrgary Unit o
,un Victoria Hospital at Eat
It was at I
itead that Sir Archibald M.
Ineloe. the world 'nmous plaStl
ojK'ialed on R.A.F
pilot* disllgured in action. Td
ludeiiK ial opcra-
lons. aa well as nice tin,
n varloua rtagei ol reo
vere receiving po^t ODlraUvi
'reatmer.t -iother.inv
TIE
S Ok
C* XPBCT Interesting rrvreloi
men is in Parliament
with refeiciuo
i hear that the
I' .i li nmtitary grotip of O
tat) up under the Ch.
oon
non
irty of ficht Kind's 1)0,000, Ow the latl
Scouts selected from all yean the Company has com-
; Mtain to attend the first plated leveral smaller o
Caribbean Jaaahori tin- Jamaican Government
from March RBTIKBD C-/.V-C
from Southampton on February
5. Scon.master In erwrge g II be "WICK-AUMIKAI, Bll i Lady Huggms toad
Mr. c. c i a dud Scout- V ByroorHhv>Tayl I t let on Weal Indian iiffnirs
maatcr of the isth Rrsehle) recenUj I
Tnkl i the group wrdeb h s the America and Weat Indlei What lhay discussed, is !
acted as hoata to Janalcea Seouh aVniadron of thi but with r.
I id ever I ice the Urtt to be put on Ihe retired Ihrfc. The opening on January igth (
eontin.> Ml'' are receiving tlieu
the Waal In W rid Adl Ity on January 15. The briefs now.
J.imbortt- in Bofland In 1937. y*_'
n:in:H\rin\ TALKS
i
THE ;
Ik- hold In d i and '
July as a Col anlal Orfli
man recenl
date Is *hc guess of a weJ
West Indian wh i
London. In view of the fact that
British Q
the Ram ret mimendn-
I
v'nni n.
Rupert and the Pine Ogre19
ll*n Iii.".i i
n.fuxs $200,000
For Tri!;jilr
HOUSTON. Texaa, Jan. 28.
Movie Cowboy Ro> Rogers ><
WJbnday he has declined to sell hi
amed hocae Trlggan for $200.00C
\fter ruindredg i>f lafHera pourai
D hom adniiiiiiK youngster*
togeis said he could not part with
us 18-year-o|,| Palomino,
ih ,n,t if it had not been for
v palominos 1 would not have
kcii in |Kh.iUnn to get such
ifcr."
CROSSWORD
CONTRACT COUPU If
Tut .
three dl
tienl ol

and four trallei lor thi
oan Qovej aw awaiting
shipment fiom Kngl. nd. The
order, executed bj i> Wk?kham
and Co, Ll i o| Wart in i
shire, was worth apca
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ii peai
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- B i na m a sra* rssrai
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TFESDAT. JANTARV , 15J
BARRVnOC ADVOCATE
Chairman
Welcomes
Vestry
Meeting for tha flrrt time yester-
day sine* their election earlier this
month, nutttUTs of thr St. Joseph
Veetry received a warm welcome
from their Chairman the Rcvd
L T. Hallalieu who exhorti-il thru
to male* it a point of duty to at-
tend meetings of the respective
Boards ,tiu! Committees punctu-
tually.
The Chairman also paid tribute
to the services rendered to the
Veetry and Parish by Mr Colin
William*. Mr. G. R. Hutson and
Mr. A. P. Cox who resigned from
the Vestry, Mr. Williams earlier
The Chairman said 11 was his
i he claimed the privilcgr
M members at their first
meeting for the year, and particu-
larly to welcome the two new
members. Mr. McDonald Chandler
and m hler
\. "Green Hand"
Mr. Chandler, the Chairman
nidi had com to them for the fir"
time as a memixr of that Vestry.
but hi- diil not think that he wa* a
"ffMO hand" because he had bei n
a member of another Vestry be-
fore Kb Rtl sure that Mr.
Chandler brought with him much
:.'ioir midst and
which they would be very grateful
to ttu ra
The DtJ n.ber Mr.
Clarence Holder had also come to
them for the first time as a
and they wn-
pleased to welcome him in their
midst.
He felt aura too. that they would
like him to say a word or two of
the formi r ho did not
seek election this year H Wl did
first mention Mr. Colin Williams
reai iov.
nil qualification as he was no long-
er part-owner In Joes River.
Limited. When he. the Chairman.
came to tin parish eight years ago.
he had found Mr Wl]
Chinch warden, and he must fay-
thai ha was a moat conscientious
worker who was painstaking in his
work
Debt Of Gratitude
Mr. Williams, the Chairman ob-
served, was almost two serious In
many details and he certainly was
very'thorough in all that he under-
took to do,many a time work-
ihfi
able Of Mini
than oth>
PACE TI1KKE
I fold you that's what it would be this year Hundreds of am.
london Express gervlea
Colonies Not All
Food Exporters
S>ttW<>ll
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Calami. Roland 4
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I
MPte. .

UJNDON, .Tan. 11. On the other hand. they O)
. port more than 1.2M),0O0 tons of i.u<
wTOty Sugur a year, some 300,000 tons of v*>.
imi- lit RHIl ON-Ml KB..
Trtw.a eietaaardl t Nart-
I M..t lil. M
nail 3 Nlrh. H nl. iUm s Rurimko. A
<.. < | MalnuH
mm (."Mi otvarara. Id- Bo
.> Campbrll, O.lm CmaM.<-ll Jn,t-
i. rian. Branch. tlar*M Hamnwina)
fr.- Vt*9>U ... Qnnfc o. ,,

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*tli<*i Ilalrtmi n.1,-,11 M..t.~ sii,r
Manner aVllicr. CIH..11 Km- Ai. Wor-
Ml C.-.ia Ai.. J.- Mat-ailt!> Shad.
Mai.^ Ih lnn Mt Snl Rri-iu Avar*.
"la. i Tlv M...... Tti ni,.i lln>ri
Ain.a llailurk.
It Arthur Unir Cleaner Airfiiundai Join
l.i niiin>i |.il- Edwin IWI
with hU own hands to do many
ngs which 'us hands were cap- Eastwood?
Jpcrhai
e was nure that the *
.. a-hole owed Mr. Wil- *
. ,. "3 KM
parish as a whole owed Mr Wil-
liams
Uaca
ry regarded as being great pro- vegetable oUa. and nearly a mil-
viders of food. They export. In Han tn* of oilseeds and copra. nmmmSSifm m-..- inm.im
fact, .*urjnsingiy few beau food- The** are aubetantlal eontribu- rn M miiu a*bki
quantity, and there is turns to- the world's needs but ,??,"*""" '",l *"
much foundation for the belief apart from banana* and a few 'fraw .la.aa-Manaiu Prattin Wait,
that in time Africa, particular!;.. olntr fn,itg, m st f the food- Buchan
will no longer be able to feed stuff* the Colenles export are * ' wo*
herself. drinks or the raw materials oi G ^J'iV.V m t'.
_,., drinks," he Bald. wftatai.ii O li.daraeti. 8. RuaaaU.
Misconception- I D 0 ill I A p^.n,,.,. ontrlhiiUon to world Dmm J Deana a at Nkt, k Msw
food supplier was that many of J
Ihe Colonies led themselves. Some ,".,,,. ra
Ihree million people ln the Wett Whana*. a r.oia*. a orrksr. E Hai
indie f.-d themselves to onl^ a C itMdta}
r*xn k n i o\
AWBBAl
lixaaaa '""rui
41 Lattsn ramfball. J> lawli. al I |> m Orrtnia.) Mall
iTa^^KSS-*s,-Js:ij.....--------ts...........
iturll
ihus
iirrevloil l.v Mi. C, ,;
AnUUnl Undcr-S*v-
it-thry of Blatl, Col..ni,l Office, in
Icclurc lo the c-ommoiiwcultn deJnw. vw nlnp million
of the lloy.l Socioly |n Souln^n a,,,,, ,unWe.
n rrndorr.1 rfurln. Ih. null) '/'""" ''",'."' "'* *J2 "" """""' p"""e '" ""B"!!-
M f|. "Il""- "'"'"'"il ta ",r'V't.' col AMci were morr lh..n rlf- '""* A
man. 2K"i!L "St ^f ', J2TS. """cK-n. m food. Inou.h ofln. ) .,.-.'
Then Ihcr.- was Mr. C. R. Hot- o">./"me frull n.l ,.iiwd. Tl. .,f nulrlllon. -.
on whom ha ..!>. found as 1 nwm- l"-" bulk of inair Irada was in ..|n a.rrira. loma communlUc'N
bar of I ''" ha first taw material*. xrow nu ,, uy^,, u^^ ntad. ^
came to the parish, and with Ihe Th Mnnr) on.ciin.llv .... These cropa for home consump- \
ceaptlon of onl ". two lapaw. ho .?,'",> VT, ,k,S oroduc. Ih^J "* immenwly Important and !
"<""' """' ,'J", inluirnr and Iri ' erSd wellTeat Governments In the past have Dot !.
ondotlaatvaa, """";a Sg"VS? SSJS13S TS lHw pud then, onouon .ite..-;S
.1,1 ,11 mm wiih him Ihol more They e>^ virtually no Uo|1 ^ ,f Ji||(1 IKn)uU,l0 \
Mi ll.iuon was nol only a mail bacon butler, egls or cheeoo. In- locrooilfiil ihul soil was be- .
whose mlv.ee could be relied upon. .too. .1 man, J a^^ched eroded call
bill im who. if bo thounht you of Ihooe Ihlnts In bin quanli- ." "'
were wronK would t.-ll y.u s1. 'i
:o the face and endeavour
tn tell - i* .h..K. vmi a*.
MAIL NOTICE
Amended
MAIL* I
a f* '
Or*r.! IS-l IH1.<
Mall -I II
FOR
100,000,000
TORONTO.
Canada stand* on the threshold
of a golden age. and can produee
enough food tor 100.000.000. in
stead of her 14 tOO.OOa population,
acceding to Mr. George Drew.
Progtaeafve Con-r\'ative leader,
lie warned, however, that Can-
ada could only full.I the piomi*
if her future if she made the beat I
ue of her natural resources, es-
pecially iron-ore, for Industrial |
.levelopmeiit at home, instead of
et. ling the raw material to the,
Cm ted Stale*.
n.e Ikitmiiiun was also cxnort-l
ing valuable manpower to the,
I nltad M.itcs. Five Canadian* had
left the country in the last lu
years for every six months limn*-',
tciAiiU who had entered.
Mr. Drew considered thai, with
a well-planned immigration and
housing policy, and development
of the country a resources. Can-
ui.i eould support h population
>f 100,000000 "al it high average
.' ..... happincs. comfort and
Mi iSI people who worry be-
come thin. But in some cases
worry make Daogda fal. says Dr
1 I I'lernn. -litti.i: in BM
Canadian Medic I Aaaootattoa
Ji-nmnl.
He says that one lype of anxiety
develops from reiietltlve, inonit-
tonotis and unrewarding work; an- t
other from generalised wont I
t*e1 more and imne el ie. fa
A lilt; newsprint project is an-
tuneed tn Vancouver The Celgat
Itevehipment Company plan 'O
bark oon on a t!2 million
iviKuhndp arnt nausprint develop-
nie.ii pi.in in the Arrow Lak<*
niun n| Soiith-eastrrn British I
Me />e,i* f. ,iif aataaia

llrlftm In /rnv ihl
from liliinil impuritirm
IfHpairiilci In the Mm ad mii> uik-r rheumatic
achsi aati paiaa, aiUT and painful i nu.
boU, ptmplr* and vommaai skin dliortlcra.
Casrh*'* Blood Mlsiurv h.lp, u. prlf>
tea kloaad, dtum la* ayataoi and ihIik
la rf.iotlni good htalth.
NOT A SPOT
ON MY
SKIN s?S
fejiji)
Columbia.
Ultimately the protect i
jobs tn more than 1,000.
dl give
' Mentholaium
baby'i Skia m |
-onditii'i. Ii ii i.
to IBS*. Alter
baby, i.tNUV
Mrrithelatum' lOIO I In
(nu. iv and ..iiii.'i"
kin and pie\eni -"
and .lunng. Bahio l.
rhe *.x>tt.in. coolmn
i 'Meniholsiiun. Q
e."
MENTHOLATUM
OFF TO GIBRALTAR
MADRID. Jan 2fl
The British miiielaytr ytpollo
left todav for Oihraltar. aftrr
four-da v visit In El Fcirol in i
North-west Spain Durlnic the '
visit various aeci>il function* weie
arraiiK*d f< the brtuah, and on the last night.
in. c. niniHiHter isave . reeeiiUon
ii-.inl the Apollo for the Iik"*I
authorilie*
U.P.
ASK FOR REAL
MEN-THO-LAY-TUM
Made Ool, By
Th* MentholBtumCo. Lt4.,
WHEN "COGNAC" is
MENTIONED
why he thought you
eroded or | ^
xhausted by over-culUvutlon \
and thut moat areas under buan ;
Eastwood's survey u sup- wer llot ' 'or anything else, so
mes in an cdlto- 'h"1 Ihe time would come when J
alwavi'be'opprecii.ted and valued [> gow straight to Uic Africa could no longer feed her- ^
Mr Hu^soKm S> o man who heart of one of the moat lmpor- self. Much of what they aald. ^
s gdlng to do any- 'ant pioblems of colonial devel- Uue.
thing for you. he kept his prom- ipmenl. Since the eolonlea are Th(>, ..... 1U1P,. r *#-,,.
lac and vm could be sure that it weltered from one end of the wh' LV, mikna L^ ri^
would be done if it was In his wrld to an-dher, and many of J.^ ?r"1 Tho Wo^^iI2
power to do it For I man of his U ls n, f'00,1"*' "V "-*! V lSS
year., his ability to remember to surprising that most of them m- TfSZ&g" ^'"\Z .rS,'
do things which he promised to do. i.ot pn>duce enmigh of the hash |"<">>'"'i. ne reeu that
was u matter for wonder and ad- foods for their own needs," ""> winning tne b..tlle
, v aU ""* u "T "wood contended thai
regretted that his servlcef as a In his lecture, Mr. Eastwood Pi WBT taken to prevent
re Ao longer avail- said the colonies certainly con- <'"""". improve soil fertility, and
able.'though they would hope that tilbuted to many .f the worlds devolop better farming tcchniqui
M be influence*!, perhaps at needs of raw materials, such . ,!,,M" "i.uld be great poaalull-
anotlur lime, but ANNO DOMINI topper and tin. manganese, gold, Uv* ** ^creasing Alrn.ni Baud
was creeping on, and one must lubber, sisal and cotton but with Production. In HO or 30
boa tn it.
Then lb. ....
tad to refer was Mr. A; P. maize,
Cox who did not seek re eJacti .
He had always found him to be Co...
very zealous and keenly interested ^^ ^^^
the egcepUon of Kenya, which* ? "' ,; '' "" flsh 'anns
third.inamDar Jo whom IKlW axpottad ,. mm wbiaal and "',|rta woid become a major itei
, and British Oiuana whar i '" A' l:ls WM reasoii
Itaa wny ,IC Wl,s not ppsslmlatic about
. the Mluation.
The Time
tad a very little rice,
Colonies exported none of
In the welfare of the parish, and wnoIe (
parluularly of the poos*. Hi- "
They
i't importei
were
i
adds that since
which I ook a w indies
>n intcrcBi eataaelalij la the We' Indiw-
W t li.lii,:'. Gu'Sl8
End l j. In Ho.spiiiii
28.
keen Inter eat aapadallj
roads and he was sure that they
owed a debt of gratitude to him
for all he had done for U
Mr. Coward. Churchw
plied oq behalf of the members
thanking the Chairman for ni:
warm welcome, and gave the B)>-
turance that members would con-
"Tr.^Da^ "Sandier a,,o In^S'S^^r^o,'^ 2^ * ' P'.'ta.iivi.
thankwl the Chaimiau for the , lhnt luinCu a K,y redding re- ?' ,.' !",' n"ly* nd regenera-
ppactal welcome which he had ac- c.pIi<1[l lnlo a ^^^ * K Won,, and counter-atuck on insect
corded him. and said he wouldI do mmut01 afu.r lho brldc .nd groom ^^ wnUh baltt"1 on colon
his best to fert-c the parish faith- had |ert on lhrir Sona^moon. CIop"-
fully Five anfbulai.ces rushed 22
Later under the Head denerai gUests lo the emergency wards of
chairman exhorted ,wo hoapi(alj. and police first aid
i ,1 to lx' puncUUl_al Bw men were kept busy treating
of rice wheat Brtta-n must import rnoft of its
t manlv (or luod' ,pw Otilora tended to
lor the tbUtk ot the Colonies as potential
suppliers of much of those nu-
i i-ris. Some of the earlierand
unsuccesalulventures of the
Colonial Development Corporation
were founded on this belief.
"Mr. Eastwood', survey shows
that the Colonial Office is far from
falling Into thla en or. Much of
the wientilit effort which la stimu-
lated and directed fi
meetings of Boards and Commit-
tee"__________
JUST IN TIME
"tome of this effort," conb
The Time*. is naturally eoncen-
tiated on improving the alngli
Jther 20 guests at the wedduSg. 2JJ, "^ *" whlcn ,a Pfrt'cul^
... of ham sandwiches and ?'?* ,depw,dj- * ,^ree^u'1
a chicken salad were analyzed. ?** "*" ^anes for the Wet
I'.P.
^ GERMANS KILLED
rKANKFURT. Ja
Police reported that thr
PHI1-ADELPHIA, Jan. 28.
Seventeen tenants worried about
a "loud rumbling noise" were led
from a three-storey apartment
house by the police on Sunday mans were killed ann
night just 10 minute, before the today when a disabled
two walls, of brick structure, col- Slates Air Force C.82 "Flying Box- Colonies grow for themselves are
lapsed with a roar. cart" crashed into two houses ml improved in quality quantity and
The police went to the eanc Ram.: Frank- variety, and It dew
Indies or to> eradicating swollen
shoot disease* from the cocoa
1 : Coaet Hut
of it Is also constantly directed
t'i improving and increasing the
IV ;.| ;
local consumption,
injured "This work must go on till the
United f.xKl* which the peopli
when a' [hird floor tenant f.
phoned about the noise. plam
Frank-
flve crewmen aboard the
' parachuted to safety.
-----all th
uterlal and moral support that
i be given from this country.'1
The secret of o happy
family js-good health!
Y.t.mr*hert, ywr good health and
that of ymir children. If ytm jib
v.>metimes enm and fOM children
arc not robuii. perhip^ aoa -mj
your Ciand v need more A ft D
Emulsion every di>
Soon you will see a w oc
derful diflei
^AlNSof PILES
.-lappad ia 1* Mimttti
;nd,o
i *nd In
,;..:
way ft
drea look.
Staff i- F-.I..D-. > fcrona't
aa.Sapp-"aii la
baxavta B*l -ara lh*n a *a*t,
ll|wrf-l.l.lr-.-f
lo aulf-f
hlng anil (orm.nl 1 ..m Cilia
-in^aiaa>aiar.,*an".IH|rta>i < .m4I rla. firawitr

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I..-I I^B 1 i.4iy und-r lha oh. rr
p.aill*a
Hri m^-i non r-.nr 4M
-. ea
pteaaaa.
THE NAMF. HKNNKSSYS LEAPS
TO THE MINDBECAUSE HEN-
NKSSVS IS THE BRANDY THAT
HADE COGNAC FAMOUS.
HENNESSYS
THREE STAR
V S. O. P. (over 20 years)
X. O. LIQUEUR
(over 40 years)
STOKES 11YN0C LTD-AGRNti
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Sore Mouth
ioes* Bloody Teeth
urrhaa TraiH'h
"" b*d glaaaa.. 11
'it lai^r oaufv yo.

laaatapari TrovlH' A"oni
9fi
CAW
Jims'.'
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Cutlasses
Stencil Brushes
Sewing Twine
Galvanised Buckets
Enamel Jugs1 gin.
Stencil Ink
L.C.M.S.
Wrenches Shovels
Spanners Bass Brooms
Oil Cans Scrub Brushes
Cotton Waste Wire Brushes
it i nit i tuts i 00-or
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AU OVER THI WOftlD mover 71 count, i- '
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i.. it niwAlnkli.il I. in .i..md >ou will, tool
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soon aa it
lantrnmt start rrlri
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hrrathin^
7. 1TRON0 FOUITICI ACTION. At the
same timr, the poawflll edkatioB o!
Vi.ks VapolUI* VQffca dm. i .
Ihe akin, proteuing the dmi liV.-.i -mth
conifortmu pagMsa that quickly
i inn" nuluncn and pain.
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BARBADOS ADVOCATE
B\RBADOSfi#ADVtMTE
*.---------1-----------*- t..
rn.ifi m a*
. LM-. * SB. *
Tuesday. January 29. 1952
IllkSI IIIIM-S
MR ADAMS has Hud In tlw BOUM f
Assembly that tin Labour 1'arly's policy
is u clear as daylight.
It is outlined in the manifesto issued at
the time of 'he at* gRJR Mr.
Adams, it will bt implemented.
That meant that "one of the Labour
Parly's first major acts will be to initiate
full responsible government for the island
with Ministers m charge of the Depart-
ments of Government."
There may be scepticism felt as to the
Labour Party*! potrEf or ability to do any
such thing, despite Mr. Adams' affirmation
;hat his party** policy is as clear as day-
light.
But there is no sense in deliberate
refusal to recognise the seriousness of the
Labour Party's intention to "initiate full
responsible government." Before respon-
sible government can be obtained an Act
of the Imperial Parliament will be neces-
sary, and the House of Assembly cannot
pass legislation to change the Island's con-
stitution without having Rich Ugtolation
approved by the Legislative Council and
assented to by the Governor.
The Constitution of the island cannot
be changed overnight but there is no doubt
that the Labour Party has got the power
to initiate measures designed to lead to
full responsible government
The merits or demerits of these pro-
posals can be discussed when they are
made.
In the meantime there seems much that
could be done now to make the activities
of both Houses of the Legislature better
known to the people of Barbados. This
is the lirst time in the history of the island
that a House of Assembly has been re-
turned under adult suffrage. The need
for scrutinising what the elected members
of the people say in the House of Assem-
bly has never been greater. The elective
prmciplf of democracy is valid only when
the electors have easy access to what their
representatives say and do on their behalf.
In Barbados it is impossible for more than
one thousand people to attend individual
sessions of the Assembly, so that it would
be impossible for all registered voters to
hear their representatives speak once
during the course of 52 "once-a-week"
sessions. The daily newspaper gives a very
wide coverage of what takes place at each
meeting of the House but it is not the
function of a newspaper to be an official
gazette or Hansard. The majority of
voters in the island therefore never hear
what their elected representatives say in
the House and only a small percentage of
people ever see their full speeches in
print.
Even this almost infinitesimal number
of people can only read those speeches
weeks and months after they are made.
The Oflicia. GssMCto oi January 17, 1952,
for example, carries a report of the House
of Assembly for Tuesday. 24th April, 1951.
So 1.11 behind are the records of the last
session of the House that the Official
Gazette of 24th January is publishing the
records of the 18th December, 1951, and
priority will in future be given to reports
of meetings in this current session, while
the leeway between 24th April and
November 8 will gradually be made up.
There are probably reasons to explain
what seems an inordinate delay in publish-
ing the reports of the proceedings of the
of Assembly and of the Legislative
Council. But no amount of explanation
can satisfy the public that it is being given
adequate opportunity l scrutinise what
Individual membon of the House of
Assembly are lyinf It the delay were
unavoidable the present stale of affairs
would still be unsatisfactory. But is it
unavoidable? There can only be three
major reasons for delay, if publication of
proceedings in the House takes longer
than one week. The first would be an
inadequate number of reporters: the
second would be the failure of reporters
to write up their copy on time and official
delay in lending copy when written tO
the punt, is the third would be delay in
the print'ng office
Tin- public will not easily believe that
any of these three reasons for delay could
not lie removed, provided that the Govern-
ment of Barbados ron;ulored that pub-
lish! tl proceedings in the House of Assem-
bly ought to be available for purchase by
any individual elector of Barbados not
later than two weeks after a meeting of
the House.
Quiie apart from the extra revenue
mid DC earned from the sale of topi-
cal official reports of speeches in the House
I mbly the public would be able to
read what their representatives were say-
ing about any proposed subject for legis-
lative discussions before new legislation
was passed If the Barbados Labour Party
is successful in obtaining responsible gov-
ernment for Barbados the need for early
an'l accurate publicnti,,n of Li
proceedings will be even more urgent than
it is today.
LONDON R, || Wilt TEMPLE ROBERTS f ih,
T*u events Uiii ma* commu
ha* bean appo.nlro call in the hoards of Mao T
Director of Operations in Ihe -ungN assembled armies unless tun a
British struggle in Malaya. On- he light goes against them. What and
THE
ASIA
Til EAST
FRONT
well-to-do commercial
, of Its one big city
ountry is able to maln-
'nght-wing" nationalist
prosperous way of 111
.he Vict-Minh must be glad of i* Theorists may say that this is due
Chinese aid in training and sup- to the fact that Slam is, more
Hut the talea "' imminent than any other country of the
invasion of Indo-Chlna, which area, an extern Kingdom in Its
re probably being prop.igaied by natural state, not aggravated to
thr Nationalist < Kel> exasperation by Western influ-
to be unfulfilled unless United *nce. western ideas of libert:
States force* actually disembark cxpcriemc of western rule. Siam
In Indo-Chlna which seem- 1o maintains good relations with
me very unlikely in an election America, with the new French-
yea., sponsored republics of Indo-
have a deadlock in Indo- c.h,n" "1' racofnisaa the Nation-
The French .an defend allBl Chinese Government.
Just, against Wet- "cep"perht-pa it laa coun-
**" need to be co-
nl Jim. Is in Waanington
.ing a possible Ami i
tribuliun to the i
big*.
The tw*> events should be I
signal for more CO-"
Ml planning mi tin
containment of Chinese com-
unism along its southern border
survey of the wholr
I following strategic am!
political dispositions, that form
the basis of any "containment" China.
planning. ihcmwltr.,
mst thin are the neighbours Minn. They cannot conquer V.-'- il iL*T"*
.f ChinaIndo-China and Burma. Minh. The French would be de- r.TT;*~' ,. ,K_ .,..___M.
and second there are the countries fcated If the Chinese entered the noftrrl ". fc,5.ff" .PfTSS,
of South Eus, Asia In Which Ik* war ln forcf.: bu, ,h(. ChtolSS. ar.ll L!nf,,dJ5h r.X an^hadaeT"
Chinaae form a considerable not ,ntcr unless V.et-Minh is _ J?" Ve" ?on^o? of7on7
minority-thai could be danger- heavily threatened. It is a m^Um ,fl Sou* EmTa.ui IrT
MIbMbbsB. expensive to Frnnce -pending munism. They are not member:
The difficulties of co-ordinating c200 million nnmfnllyd France Gf a great mast party at the tor
the war effort of the norwom- would rather be rid of. but can- of Its power. Their only hope oi
munist power In all these conn- y^ see the way to withdrawal victory is the outbreak of a nu-
tries are immense partly be- wjth honour. Jor war and the collapse of th
cause the situation In each coun- The other end "I the front line French-held front in Indo-China
try differ* radically from the (s m Burma where the situation These Chinese speaking right, i-
others. , hopelessly confused. On the In Malaya art succeeding in hold
lieginning with Indo-C'hina and Chinese frontier are bands of ing in combat almost twent>
Burmathe two countries bOrdsr* Nationalist Chinese who camp on times a* main police and military
ing on China's southern provinces Burmese soil, do not recognise * their *n number. At th
there la a COnpsttl b >.. Burmese Government an,| or- same time British policy is mak-
In Indo-Chlna thr Communist-led caalonally make raids on Com- ">S "* success with consUtu-
forces of Vict-Minh control thy rnunirt China. Behind them bands *><>1 nd, *onomic advance I
frontier almost down to the sea. of Communist parUsans still make meet the ultimata appeal of Com-
ln the whole of the principal unsafe the main river and rail umsm. l"e difficulties are, firs
province of Indo-China-thc part communications of Burma. The '"Vi*0^.01 fP?werJSL
now called the Republic Of Viet- leftlsh" Government of Burma is hands of the half of the popula
Nam. the French and their aHM uneasily poised between China ',on *verillv toSTtk of weStl
force, only hold a strip running ,nd India. The Ambassador of a'*d..cfl"??'g . l2gXTSS
back about len or fifteen mUa* Mao-Tse tung certainly make, his ^JS*tXZtWZJ^SrJS^
the a. What the French wHght felt In Rangoon. The ^.^S Tne flght in M^ifi
hold, 'hey hold nrmly. since the people of Burma are hopelessly essentially, behind the front line
late Marshal da Lattre de Tas- divided In al egiance, and the state **^. * M1. ,.
aigny .trenglhrned morale and can lcarcely collect It. revenues- "fm,leC^v^rnm 1,'f ^
ition, after the, = ,hf proapec, of a Chines SS^IoV^SS^^^i
break-through to t h e Indian rilory WM naIldcd by ^ dc.
Ocean by way of Burma I* prob- parture of Holland from Empu.
ably lea- likely than any other through the major par( of th.
niption southw r.l islands. The struggle In Indon-
With the borders of China esia is obscurebut It revolve1
the
defeats of early 1952
On the politic,ii front
French claim to have made
headway In estnblishine the ex- (|
Emperor Bao Dal as the constitu-
tional "head of "Jte". But the thr gltitt revolutionary country always around the SUM Queatl
Communist are almost CVtalnty g<( weukiy he|d> ,he next places to -what Is the status of the Chin-
equnlly content with their PMlllcal |(K)k al are those countries with cs. setUer who forms an active
position. They are nationalist by Urge Chinese minorities. oart of the community? It Is in
temperament It mu-t not be First, and nearest to China, the Chinese group that Commun-
forgotten, and they are fighting a comes the mysterious state of 1st nationalism is moat powerfu
national war for independence. Siam The international position South East Aia faces a power-
The frontier between China and of Slam is unparalleled. The fui forcethe combined explos-
the Vlet-Mlnh area* of Northern kingdom preserve* its independ- ive power of a new creed whuli
Indo-China Is an historic frontier, once. It Is surrounded by a boil- can be harnessed to nationalist'.,
nnd n frontier of two language*, ing sea of political activity With- and the expanding number:
The result ll that the Vict-Minh in its borders are a large number the most numerous people
ender, will not be too keen to of Chinese forming a proportion garth,
West IsVrmsuit's Industrial Boom
Part I
The Huhr Itevivew
DUSSELDOHF. Jan 23. ||, VliUUllllll Jlllin lll">' lnicd ihc vMiqulsh.-
I Hun wven y*ani o, lhomitlv.
the vlclorlom alllRI teadm. u,. cut , uyin. h,, ri__ by ll.lnn Manihall Aid fund., thr
marching Kn,, the rubb.^ unl ,2 ^ " " D' Gcm.n. r..-|ulp|>M hr I.,-
deleft* ot Germany a Dumb- Tn0 houalna nrnaramma il "'r'05 *'llh brand new machinei v
.haltered dlle,. predicted th..t b^ ^SP%JS^SS ar. ** <"' * Perha,.-
tlecailra wuuld elapae brfore luU"ri, live mllimi htaaaaa wo"|-1" P1""' ""! been remtrv
Germany. Induatrlea cnuld pro.. --- laaiyMu,, j,u to ^. hulll_ > Homebody elae'. expense
lr again " '""> n" w 0 "^ Then the Ruhr baron, began b;
Her facUH-ie. were deMil.it.1 .-,0Klii.rf a '..,. , expanding their production foi
ihalls, bet rattwwi wrecked, imc 3ErSl!nFB&i& ^S; lhe hDmp ">*.
great ood sod rM I.....rMrts* in "^ nd bnSla^r/noffi w^cn ,h" wa Mtl8n0d
the Ruhr paralysed. ih' even *&^b thS "W&& "ut ne* S""""-
Dad Ie..ders in pri.cn. V, *\. ^000 hriit, * BrUain anA *cr Wo"''
German people crushed, under- ,,,uld lay ^ brlck' a "* nations were gearing
Ilk
ratch. merely, while
Huhr chu-fs built up their foroigi
(rude on the busts of the sam
products as pre-war.
None of Germany's preel
Steel workers created a record l"du^tr'''* > rearmament. Then
,bare clothes, seemed helpless in loo. They produced 134 million hflIia *. """r rflW msterlal
oefest, tons in comparison with leas I1*0*"? "*> lh?y **-. forc5^
Today, the smoking factone- than 3,000.000 tons in IB47, when
in the new Fcde.al Hepublic, the ullles allowed the steel ln-
|niiiuit und rc-cquipped at a auairj to uaimate capacity of
i:peed which Western industrial- 111 million tons.
isU can scarcely iredlt. are And this is only a prelude. _.
pcurtng out well p. d Hy 155 they pect to produce ':".;, a h ,mh BriST tr^i
in .i bid to o.ptu... u.ld well over 17 >,...... when four V.- ; ,/, fitsTwSiaM tt!
EDUtoti i.ew ult.a-modern steel planU SSmlSFmSS lH^ b? allows
The shops aic crowded, the ome into action. to ^v SJ? nJrt S Kate
vurke.s warmly clothed. Motor car production showed di,c ^ "P1 l>''rt *" Wt*tn
Walters In prosperous, rebuilt the usual record The Industry N,1H.' GermanvB export driv.
*'u^m " **"' L"/omp?i!^'n cerefullj supplied, by the Fed-
Ailh 1935. just before Hitler ,.] government, is well organs
'idered It to switch to the pro- ,-,i Not only are the trndi'ion;.
mction of war vehicles. And German products. includim
there are over a million mathinerv. (their No. 1 export)
the roads than nnd other metal goods, chemical
electrical goods, coal and star
this lightning re- being shipped abroad. The Get
n industrialists are mans are also concentrating oi
lyse how Germany delivering con-urner goods (onl
icstaurants serve plates
high with fatty foods.
The
piled
pre-war style, M ut Ger-
man businesMTian. seU-confldi
und assertive, bustling to his more ..
comfortable offl:e with the ln- wvwar
vltable leather bi ielcasc
his arm. has reappcarad
tens oi thousands.
under Puzzled
in his ,-overy. Wt*
seeking to
In factories, the lights burn ha* achieved it
fun all night, as shift* take They see three
ver from one another. imtory factors
In their homes stalwart young
en ..nd flaxen haired girls pre- 1 The aid In food
years ago -.careely obtainable
ijor contri- at sky-high black market prlcesl
inrludlng clothing, tinned food-
1 jewehv, and once again
nd basic well-made, sturdily-built toys.
for the season's cunlvjl ni..tenals, grants and loans given And export traders, compart)
balls. Qetmasty by the victor nations lively free from goveromennV
Foreigners who express their to set her on her leet following nlloc.ttlon* ai.d controls, ar
vie-vs ubout two world wars her collapse. spurred by official Incentives.
show deplorably bad taste. In this respect. Marshall Aid They al* allowed to retai
The co.iier.-.i.,:.u campg. Uie piovldud 625 m llion pounds in ibout 4 per cent, of the foreign
liquidation of s.x million jews in ..oods. technical assistance nnd currency for business purpose
gas chambers and torture celli, irviees. The Occupation Powers. Nominally, uhey must use thi
mihlit never have happened. Britain. America and France currency forbusiness purpose:
.r, m. n 'urthermorw lent 201 million, but there are ways of evading
T- 11.140 million and 3| million the rcstneli ns.
pectively t-> feed and clothe They partially avoid the "turn-
The pattern
many has emerged
^"?lhI? n ll*lrJittempt at lhcir zol,i^ .Britam ~has~now over' tax. a lax levied at dlffer-
wori |*opW, with stubborn tenacity, l50 mliUmx AmerU., to HM ..future.
d recuperative mimon, rnnce to )u*t over They are allowed to deduct
astonished ,, nuJUoe if Clernannj sritles i*r cent, of Uaeir total export
have already j,,.,. outstanding pte-\> ar debts), turnover from their annua
aiataiment for Income tax.
work
powers which have
.tilled
bean toi cessfut in
e-establlsh-
'' "' i <> * 1 ' Bi ',f! gssntl A;. | tO SB IB '-heir rSfSSffB
treat and Increasingly c.mpeU- ihc victor nati.ns who admit- riustnes. business bosses have
live industrial force. ted Germany to O.E.E.C., en- disciplined themaclves to plougl
The Germans had been ordered bling her to receive the mutual back their unusually high poit-
l y the allies to assimilate into trading beneots of member states, war profits into their businesses,
their shattered economy nine 3 Tne organising ability in fthe steel mdustr>' alone, lasi
DbUUob lefugecs. raising their nd inborn capacity of the year, 21 million was reinvested
pondaUofl to Mart) forty-nine Qennan people to work hard for _,. , _
millions crowded into M.700 1'K ItOVn "V0 nnk: ""d '* of Germar
lOjuare miles. Tins has been the most *trlk- WOI*p". wishing, to forgel ihe
ing factor of all And their ar and P^'-war hardships
Itus extra labour they are Jolnl dTorO to restart Germany's K".^^ M"d work, hard
' '"" ;.....'vantage ,,.. wa m.rked b>- one ,"?. of. t^..Rrasnan are formal
N.C.Oji In the Gorman arm
.err prisoners
Empire Changes
LONDON
The great changes in the structure of "what
was once called the Empire" have been re-
flected in the search fur convenient titles for
the whole organisation and for each com-
ponent parl, writes The Times in its leading
article to-day.
Commenting on Mr. Churchill's mention of
the word "Empire" u journalists in Ottawa,
The Times cuniinue> Changes go on. The
title Dominion is being displaced in favour of
Commonwealth Country; and in the process
of constitutional revision now going on in
Canada, Mr. St. Laurent's Government has %*
declared its policy of displacing the term I
Dominion from statutory reference to the
.State. '
"The Canadians are the only authority on
what manner of State they wish to be and the
sole witnesses of what sense a technical term
conveys to the contemporary Canadian mind
Their fellow subjects here may. however, ob-
serve that if the title they have borne since
1867 has come to imply for any of them the
idea of subjection to any external power.
then here is another example of how strange- i
ly words, and particularly political words
may shift their meaning as the generations
pass."
The Times then remarks that when Cana-
dian federation was completed in intention.
and awaited statutory enactment by the Par-
liament of the United Kingdom, the first draft
Bill called the new State the United Pro-
vinces of Canada. At the sixth redrafting,
entirely by Canadians, the statelier title of
Kingdom of Canada was substituted.
The title was dropped though, due to the
misgivings of the Foreign Secretary, Lord
Derby, who "feared the first name would
wound the susceptibilities of the Yankees."
Then, traditionally, inspiration came to
Leonard Tilley, Premier of New Brunswick,
who quoted from the 72nd Pslam. "He shall
have dominion also from sea to sea, and from
the river unto the ends of the earth." So the
title Dominion was adopted. And Canadians
thought of it not as a Dominion of Great
Britain, but of Queen Victoria alone. Then,
when other Crown dependencies mature
politically, it was natural that they should be
lescnbed as being admitted to constitutional
equality with Canadathat is, to "Dominion
status."
"So the heterogeneous British Empire came
mr a time to be divided into three categories,
the Mother Country, the Dominions, and thr
^olonies." the Times adds. "It may be noted
hat of Canada's sister nations only New
Zealand deliberately chose U> be called I
Dominion. When the Australian colonies fed
rated they were as determined to be differ
Hit from Canada as they were to be her equal,
and they called themselves a Commonwealth
That term ... a literal translation of the Latn
respublica. seemed at first sight a curious
choice by loyal monarchists; but it was n
doubt intended to imply that no one of the
component states was sovereign over th'
others, and especially that neither of thos
mplacable rivals, Victoria and New Soul'
Wales, admitted any superior.
"When the turn of South Africa came i
1909 the title of Union seemed to directly n
lated to the immediately preceding intern:
controversy and the victory of the "close
union movement." whose principles wen
embodied in the Selborne Memorandum. Tru
authors of that famous document, and c-
pecially Mr. Lionet Curtis, were responsibU
for introducing a term to describe the grouj
of self-governing nations, the bearers 0
Dominion status, which had formed itsell
within the British Empire. They called tin
:i"un the Commonwealth of Nations, usini:
Ihe term in much the same sense as the Aus-
tralian founders had done ten years before.
The Times makes a plea then, for the pav
servation of the word "Empire".
"It is a noble word, with a rich and in-
spiring history. It is a liberating word, for
it stands for such vast movements as th>
ive extension of the privileges o
Roman citizenship to all Caesars subject
... and is to be traced ultimately back t
the imperial idea of Alexander, who first con
'cived a brotherhood of mankind in which al
.-aces should have equal inheritance."
And. The Times deplores that: "For one
*nan who understands the word's luminou-
background ... there arc a hundred for whom
.he concept of Empire has been blackened by
the ignorant or malicious publicists who hav
misrepresented it as meaning always the ex
ploitation of the weak by the strong."
TlTslUV J\Vr\RY 7*. 12
vow rn mi i:\hs
mVSMSBAB
Barbados Annual Review
3/- fro.n Advocate Stationery
It was the day w(
f"l^eCn?mj- snowbound Soviet internment
**? ^iTf,." ">! All arc content to find
came lo all nIliec , u weH-run factory,
when goods 0rien ,hej are joined by friends
from under wh nI|VC ^ from y^ Russi
Illions of ,onr Tm, migration, though.
Be-amy westward traffic which
ides the Soviet frontier guard
el.m to work
Many of the foi
Today Wist.m i;rniany's over- uaTucular date
.11 iiuiustiul iirodiiclion Is the ,. hen th.- "da
highest tahfttpry. ll is just uhen cigarettes
ever ono-thlrd mort than In Vl 1B36, the ].e.ik pi r-w | 11 was the day
before Hitler ordered his people magicaltv appeared
ito prvducc guns instead of U,,- oountvr, and
butter. workers and hausfraus suddenly
I And her last year's 11.174 thousht ., ran m tarns* f marks
l^.n.'" S?,r!f 1j6HT ""V1"" ','i "<* Pfennigs and not In packets R.,iern Germany. 41.390"square
IB50) were already nearly half ., rffsMttM or l*>unds tat coffee. mile, with a i>opuUUion of nisi
'S*??.0^ vJUlnl~.' *'nl8ned "flW C*. June 21st. 1948, the OVPr 17 million Isheld In a com-
half finished product* war* 76 OartMn currancj wag reformed, munist grip behind the
per cent, oi Britain s). nnd workers* pay packets once Curtain, .i!trni>jri politicians
.,__.. _,___ __ -Sain represented real values. the West ftm make a united
Although unemployment, over Germany th-ir dutant unal
1B3I. dropped from 1,780.000 to The occupation forces, at the t*many thclr rt,"Unt *oel-
1,200,000 there were 3,300.000 Wnie time, were releasing unc by ( fYiev arr content. )M now
m.re people 'n Jobs In th* one their controls on German to recreate their wealth and
western rone-t than la the tamo md power in the rapidly reborn,
.res before the war. Dismantling, bitterly opposed resurgent Germany of the Fed-
Wages. though stIU com para- >v the Germans, disfavoured by crnl Republic, and giow
lively low. are now 20 per cent. US* American*, approved by the under the prtPtection of the
l lgher than a yaar ago, althnugp British, demanded by the French. grmsM of the Western World,
IlAHTLIi:. S
jam
the greatest name in jam-making
>W.',".-,-*-.-.v'.

FINE
DEMANDS REJECTED
PARIS, Jan. 28.
The United Nations ad hoc Political Com I
mittee on Monday rejected the Soviet and
Egyptian demands for the withdrawal Ol
Western troops from Lybia and the abandoi.
ment of Iheir military bases Ihere.
The Soviet proposal calling for Ihe with-
drawal of foreign troops within three months
and the liquidation of all military bases
was defeated 32 votes to six (the Soviet bloc
and Iran) and with 14 abstentions. The
Egyptian resolution asking for the with-;
drawal of foreign troops from Libya with-
in six months and the return of military!
bases to Libyan authorities was defeated by
29 to 13 with 11 abstentionsU.P.
ENERGY BUILDERS
ALL BRAN
Mi!:il>..... WHEAT
((1AKKK OATK
I'AHI.I >l
OAT FLAKES
BRAN IT.AK1S
HABi POODS
I A K r.i;l Mi
Dept.
Liquor
<.ili-i:y - wni mans gin
...IIUHIN s (ilN
M nit II WHISKEY.
Ktl. HIIISKKV.
XMilMI I.IH1 SHKRRV
OLI> BR\II RIM
Cocktail Tempter*
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IIK.RRir.S
IMil M s
i Ml I BI
LOBSTER
SAMIWK M Sl'RI MI-
NI I-
\( MOVIES In Hntlles
Ml I rU ITQfl
MELTIS DATES
CHEESE C -RI SI'S.
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Insist on this !...b. I
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ANCHOR BITTER
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TtTSDW. JlVI'iRT !. IM*
mitnxnn? advocate
r\r.F five
St Joseph Vestry Will Spend
$19,000 On Poor Relief
THE Si Joseph Vestry will spend on estimated $19,000
on Koor Relief this year, approximately $2,127 more than
pent last year The estimated budget was approve.!
by the Vestry at their meeting yesterday
- tinal approval was given hOWCVtr, the $960 aafi-
f-r medicine was reduced by $41500 when Mr J. A
criticised the "big increase" over last
Kptnditurt of $352 spent on this item, and said that
iMTMtM would result in increased taxation when
raa no need for it.
| -mII al*> spend an
ted 51.334.00 on their V.D.
- *"0 of this will b.' /"/ A44R*fl funvd
y ihc Central Oov- V-ilsUM WlttO infJ:\?t
s,i riMMniim DETAINED
Mr L. L. Gill wii yesterday
. p. inted by the St. JoM-ph \>m H- llnnour Mr. H A Talma in
BSbSs on Ihc lh- Patty Debt Couri of District
i Seal OOBSTW "A" yesterday orrirtrd Louix-
l Mr. J A Haynes. who Tull of Martinique, si MjdBAal to
I rntmbtl of the SI. Jo,- nay the sum of 8.8 for Ihc deten-
BlSO -i member >>f Uoo of two pairs <>1 clothes irons
Ihc Beard, representing the Hou*c the properly Of Wr m.. Worrell.
Tull is alto to return
' Hi Bret '" '*" "lainlifl Worrell in 10 day*
inder the Chairmanship or pay the value of the irons.
i i the Director of Aguculluie on Worrell said the two pairs of irons
i) 31 t January, at 2 p.m. coat her i |
lb* chaiiman will oulhn Tull denied thai the had a pair
Um nambara of ttw ' 1'ons for the plaintiff On
December 10 the plaintiff ..ml her-
*ell had a flht and the muitu was
Appointments r,Porle^ lo th* District
C.J. Adjourns Ejectment Hying Fit
Case Until February 7
Hll l.'.idship Sir Allan Cullym,.,.
yesterday adjourned the Edith Johnson-Harold Duimah
'< the Polk* Magistrate an
Ci UN ol Appeal Judges had ordered Johnsoi
ip peacelul possession of land which !
Mulled.
11>i:,c nab \yrn iilentil.il
the C.uit of Error L""e 2f%" """ Brul" ">.'
... bcachci and in ,me cae.
ik'Io* the .cheduted
hi av. iMti vro
Pol It
Btal
F Mowing the lesutiatlon of Worrell told the Police that she
CoUa Williams from two (Tull) had her iron* nn
l Coeantttaa on Iha ,lu' Polka to search her place for
try, that body yes- the irons
lerdjQ appointed throe separate Another witness UHsBa Mil-
tbi rsspirUee Board:. Nnglon said that the plaintiff
inWaa. came to the defendants place and
Mr. J. A H..vm- was appoint- asked for the Irona and she was
ed to the Board of Highway-, handed them
Mr, McDona'ld Worrell said that she never re-
al to the Sanitary Boaro and Mi H A Carter to the So- Tu" ' "> ,l""
Mr. A. P. Cox who did not secx
but yno
rini on the Board -A
Commissioners, the
I and the Social
(''"iiiniiuce. oontlnuai in
.i niembei of lh*
It.* da until the sod i>f March. In
'i'.h the law relating
its lo the Board nf
Commissioners and the
Il.i;.rci He
H
S.S. "Argentina"
Due To-morrow
Irom pace 1
The Argentina. 33.00) tons. Is
making a Carnival ensa* to Rio
with 302 Americans aboard Tin*
cnitse will last 44 diys.
She left New York on January
24. and was scheduled to
(Vejfl , Coin- it Trinidad to-day. At 7 .
miuee as an outatdar. io-morrow she wiii be di
I 1. cnandler and Mr. H. A. anchor In Carlisle Bay.
era appointed to repre- After a six-hour stav pal
I ansh Church at the will be leaving port f
Ml I II. Farmer and Rio, Santos. Monur
. .{. Hulson were also ap- Buenoa Aires. From Rut
to represent the St. Ann's iJie sue* back to Ki and t
Chu'ch. again for New York via Trinidad-
The Vestry ap,mmted Mr. Allan The Argentina, a luxurv liner of
ihcn oflklal weigher the Oood Neifhl ir I el passed
if motor vehicles, and selected as through Barbados on February 3.
thtif Building Com- 1MB. on a similar cruise. Captalii
mlltec Mi. L E. Smith. Mr. J. A. Simmon*, U-S-N-R., a Barbadian,
Haynes. Mr W. T. Oooding and is bnnilng her down on this cruise.
M H A Carter. The Church- He brought her t0 Barbados Iti
waiden is chairman, ex-ofllcio. 1949.
The entire Vestry was appoint- The Argentina is'sister ship of
to serve as the Assessment the Braill and the l'ruCua>. The
laIs

-he came in with 3;>u pound* of
Dying hah. Thia was tt>
1 any one boat for the
month. On the day 0.
trough! in 260 pounds of (lying
lam. On Wednesday ab)
215 pound- of dolphin. This WH
.
for I he v.
-i-'i aawunl ol
the week, was sold in ttw SB U '-1
I K
Ijtan ranch; IM
ySnW
11 leaa] 1*5 pounds of fl]
Sail Krr.i.l
u-' neat. 121* poun
nn 1 1.
kaeM
n .hi in -
M.nidrl rill paundi
.
None (hi Sa!nrtt*>

ni.irket. K.
\< n 101 hi U pounds
-ii.ii lught loo
' uli-i'imi SB
bonlU and .1 11M1 "ii
iifht in 30 psasncli ol
. MO poundi
! !l*hl ,' .'
C Oxleyi Tritan caught 148
Lath 1
dotphln, OWI Prlnr,'
ytnsj "ah, iji-
. MMIUI
v pound
I war* gold In iba markel
1 .>. Tin- toi.il amount
old 111 the maikct OH I
: oundaV (mill caU-hc>
' USjhl in by FndeavaHir
18 pOUIXl li.phnr
-mud* of ftrtl
..11 if hi 18 pounds
of kim
olphln,
" iwi w. I
ol rtylna
r- Hanta1
I" I I
s.inr:*r H9 I-
ftah, fish
f -'i 11 b
Monrla>\ Returns
;.ll.ndluj1.n,Me,,,.U..,,a,c,,,,,., .1 ...................*
I ween the respondent ant "ld **' Clair Alkync or |'
the -p.KSIantor )*.wcen > St Jam., ; '
the appoUanl and any kroner E A McLeod ysabss 13 x 'r "* "
other party District A" court until J0.,u- *1** flah' "'"* r^und
(ill 1 The question of title ha\-
Mr. Johnson had appealed
against their Honours of the As-
si'tant Court of Appeal judge-
ment. His Lordship adjourned &*
case until February T at the ic-
quest of Johnaun's counsel who

Cround of ap|M>al.
Edith J>.!
M I M
-Mi II o sic. Cumberbatrh.
r licltor o. Haynes and
r-tnm.ih who u thf qualiiied acl-
r 1 ..
' anted by Mi D
H I Want nil I I
'

H Michael

.
'- .. asol Dunns 1

I quit ..-)
..my k .1. 1
Judges' basjaajr
liiAnnx Polica MaaMrate
M H A. T_:.nas de-
thai after a careful
' the evidence, the.'
we. e satialk.i that Jonnson had
lor years paid rent to Dunnah
lance was conllrmcd by
ina rani u>ok< produced.
They slated that the 1...1 ih;ii
the amali -
ar beik of iccelpta from E. Bralh-
w.iite in blue black ink covering
the period 3.738 to 3,1.10.38 ap-
uaarod t<> have been mote ra-
1 ently maue than entries relating
t i.t first caused them sonic worry,
l nt on more detailed examina-
tion of the book
'.'' t p .,...
am ink tOf |ieru.( 22.5.38
to |] I0.3B.
iiic^ were not
lhal the question of title
aised by the appellant was bom,
/ide.
The grounds of appeal were as
lollows
1' r- aaaiBit the
weight of the evim 1
ml sufficiently
deai and consistent evi-
dence before the Court tt
tabli*h the rci.itioti-.hii
Evangellne Hunte breast*
what renembled in rlnaluh
potato into Ihr \ii\
ftdltorial OlhYe >eoterdj>
evening. It uelihed ne.irlv
half 4 puund ami hid lite
ame hroniih rolmir nf an
Incli^h pnUto Hawe er. 11
was a amuoth utanr
EvancrCnr saai -iir anu
lu-iin awa 1 uui.d. of Km-
IHh polilor. ami I
tne' mi .miiDi them
\MHIe Uklnr lh<-m from the
scale pin she I.H the un
aaual wrlchl of thii pota
n> She dropped it on th"
aaoasjaaf and '< he si .1 "It ,i-, i,.t U.UIHI
like ,11 Fii-r.h potato.'
The potiioe* were re-
Melrheil *" t viutrl'ir
-.-\\wn Ihc <"rrr,l v. i III
for her nwnri l'veej(c
In the shop entotcd th-
psfaj
LaU*^ Proftv-iim
Mui.ifnl HoiI>'
ClnUke'i I iintral
A protean, an : an n
ishes of tht island attended th<
funeral of Sergeant Clarence Van
Force 1
ramillarlj raltad, daod afb
Olnaai
Ha a., adueotad at Uynch
acondary Iclaool, Si 1
later Joining the teaching staff <
PhlBp'l Hoys' School. H

Fcbtuary 8. 11137 He waa pr.
1 the rank of Corporal 0
March 17. 1047 and two years lat< 1
was promo)
- mads station Sergeai
on Nlaruary 1. 1951 and am
placed In charge of mai
Stations, the la.! being 1
in liter,
lure and waa awarded a prire f<
. -.11 m | be Hell
Hi
1 artlclM ;
il pottes Haaa

ago and wa ''"' Oei
iny fttenc
iih came as > il
USt I ft Chri
... afternoon, 1
rniutary honoui
a Fiium Parts was a
. K '
. rtni arai Colooal 11 1
Mtchelln, Comn Isaaonoi ol Pott

Rav. i W. *
11, leaves to mourn H
. .111 inf.int '4.11
lelatives to whom de'i I
I vtcnilcd
Inquest
Adjounwd
Carl. Shoos
Stolen
Road, st M
ported thai ins i<<>\ carl van*
$30 was stoton from
-mctmie tm Friday. II
tool thp 1'oli.v tin ...u nag POI
ad in Um Kit IP
ram pal l of shoes valu
fiom tu
Bfna "f 1 i' in BaoUoi ..r pron -
r b !!' d, Kcw Land. St f 1
s.i
day and 5.45 am on Son.l.
The mcld-nl oeeurre.1 artM
h ana was broken a1!
(1 .,- p.hi . in
ami UM
of Edna Kclliimn
Ing
jnscn, the learned
si a

xpected lo call at Bar-
February 3 from New
Damages Case
Struck Oul
THE case in which Doris Gallop
Ball si MrImi'I.
ma as u> the amount
of no f m Viola
Manual]
.1
afore His Hoi
I! A ralma In the Petty Debt
.-net "A" yealerday
mo ning. 11 1 ar .
I I., -t... ruled that "'
to the avifa 1
ci 1 bad 10 if struck out. Gallop
it on Augud 28 Viol.1 -,,
..11 inflicted bodily harm on \*
lira* II
bad*
York.
About 130 of the Argr.ilina *
passengers will be going en the
usual organised tour to favourite
spots of the island while Ihc others
will be miking much of Bridge-
t un. is rcstuuranta and nearby
baihing beaches /or six hours.
""", me icarnea ,, ... ,-. ,, -----,
Judges have no jurisdic- ^ v ^1 Hospital
tion whatever in lha> ahni^ %r* ** ior an OPCrOtlon
can*,* mthealHAc suddem> ,,,
Dr. K parlor.....d
.,.,.,..,__... the poii ion.-"i asuuninatsoi
Amendment
Counsel for Johnson will amend ,n.''ou.,. ^ l!ou,s }
the second ground ,. appeal b* I '.T,,n, ,.h,n'f, "" haeti
.hanging the point which said J11" thS \Ptl '""*
that there waa no evidence and OT***1 '-'/"";-
will aubmil that the rent books
were Inadmlssiblt in evidence.
Hia Irdship said that Grounds
OHO and two were concerned witn
of fuel.
Mr H.1110W for Johnson said
|H< .,\- i.r
. unli'-r '. ip -. *
10 iii<- aiiiouro
'^iJutS'HSS. 400 Smuggled
siruck out when OO
Into Canaila
lhal Ina only evidence which had h
i.-ii inoin-ht to ent.ibllah the re- pllu7
of death .s
the left ventricle of the heart.
Matilda Alleyne. will 1
ceased, soul thai I l
ered the deceased la gi
General Hospital on J U
but later thai d 1
I !< i I oimds of
H|
I
of Ina people
Iha m irbel
Is an
n l-te
dead .
CENTENARIAN DIKS
l/.MVS/M. 3i
l-'OH HH.in-row OHK
MfVstS
?our l.undred Illegal immi
ina he. much Incon- "n.t^,0,! ,o( ,h*! 'ullnlL
tor this inconveni- f'*' cved lo havv bcen hrought
enoa aha aakad to.- damages ..,,, ,"*',? \
inouBtlna ... E,o ;"" ln lhp V
in tiu- PaUea Court Marshall tL;^.___^.1
........1.1----------. immigration
lets of ihc
uounted Polii
p effort
Saarch
X
Utling
t two -Hid a half
icted fo. assaulting and
beating Gallop and nol for in-
bOdtly harm on l.ci.
After His Honour Mr. If. A.
Ta ma had siruck out the case
Dots Gallop, plaintiff. gave
. ppeal.
officer* and mem-
Royal Canadian
c are co-operating
> stamp out Iha
have been
[ranted (er stvaral house-, and
t widespread hunt is g<"ng on for
the unwanted men.
Visas Hold
a.a/ B' 1* Headquarleis of the gana re-
W I'Or fill 11(11 IMS 'P"'*ible for the iraflli i beMeved
" w be in mis Lily.--------
H Worahlp Ml '' B (.nfflth A number of the immigrant*
F as)/. thought to have come t,, Cat*
Vi Bead '''' Wl^ %l*a!l '*ued toother pco-
Hltl St. Michael ft) P'^in Eurjpe, and then sold
k with ., ThP immigrants have been
head ashed to pav f35 each, or more
'or. unemployment insurance
'> lie paid in seven books enabling them to gel job*
b fault 1* days' Un- The supply ol these book*, and
.ni labou.. the visas, k organised
Bco k told 'he lourt that on ;smuggling ring here and
l n hi* an ...iv home h* sow the defendant I. 1: s
1 n that road. __^_____
He I Oka it f.ndan;
idling hb himself in
u nble with the woman. Aftc.
' peaking to him the defendant
took ii]) a stick and hit
him with It on the head.
.....ral Hos- meeting
pita] ..nd waa detained for a cut to disci,
three inches long on the head
1 .nd Tenant
Waa tb/- rent books and hll aaao
nog that tin 88 bookt
t a.tnilislblc
Mr Ward said that he did not Kilty M. Walker, aged 1
was proper Un conns 1 at la 1 h 1
for 'he other side to amend the George, on Sund..
lor inpaal then They stood that she was the <:
:< answer the grounds dent of that parish.
, Ihc Couil
Jnhnaon had learned
i'u.ugh not the one Ihi
.niing bar, in the Police Mam.
lure's Court and In the Assistant
Com; ,,r Appeal The books wars
8 lad lo be put in as evl-
denca then
His Lordship ordeied that
* ol.i pay the cost t'ur
yesterday's hearing of the case.
In bar defence, Johnson had
vi lanes before the Po-
nce Magistrate and the Assistant
I I Appeal Judges that the
land hod belonird to her grand-
mother Mary Clarke. Um sni
born there and when her grand-
mother died in 1921 she continued
V.k.CASl \l HIS UOI \7
Ban [ah .1 tfis*
n II
1 lorltlaa an-
'
Il 1 on Sniiii.i'

n witn IgypUan
. January 25.
This rai deed and 12
Cai -
yiiici lot-ay, v.r.
LOOK OUT!!
THE BIGGIiSf
WEDDING
KIRTON-COPPIN
THE w-ddiiig of Mr. Slanl->
. Kin u U No ili
Coppln uf KingK VlUasm Dayn
li< "1 i<-k il........1 Thursii
Mlh ) I'1 mo 1 Method
) p in
The COreroony was performed
. v it.-.. Croatq Tlai brlda a
11 in marriage by Mi
Wl iMIeld Gooiliiig wore .. ,1
i!'[" ' r 1 --1-. M......
mmed wllh atlvai
. quins il' 1 bead dreaa was <
Hei bouquet 1 ]|
...
The bestmai Mi v
Mlllai "f Chs
1
lyrl 1 op,mi and Wlnlfn
Belfrave Aftc

ells Road,
liv
Itnnk tofffer
Pan iiv
Welfare' appeartni on page
6 of this newspaper on Sunday
was taken from the monthly lettei
of the Royal Bank of Canada.
SECURITY COUNCIL
FAMILY WELFARE
SOCIETY
The
pahis. Jan 2h
United Nations Security
has been called fa
on Wednesdav
s the Kashmir Issue.
IP
In
In
report njipcan
san4a 1 Adveratr n was stated
1
I kSTO.
The amount hnuld h 1

< eco]*-1 nil
A L E
Is oin to take you by
the Storm
On IIII It If aba AM #/.!.
AT
III AM I1IIOS.
r. 1 oflha ! D
POPULAR
FRENCH
REMEDIES
AT
WEATIIF.RIIEADS
"JUBOL" ........
UpaUon, Prtca
OLOBKhV1
A TOOk fOI Iha lleer'
PAOEOL"
1
1 t/l
[I 1 K.MI.I.V
i o Lghta & Cold
P..... B ti
nisi HINI 1 Rl 11
foi rVnaanil Waakni
ov.'iwoiV and general 00-
Priea I"
LTRODONAL"
I I! |U
Gravel, Pains and Andc.
price 1 '
l:i:l 11 V,I \||||lilll \|.
LTD.
head ui aaoAD man
SPECIFY
"EVEHITE"
ASBESTOS-CEMENT
CORRUGATED SHEETS
AND
' TUHMLI."
ASBESTOS
WOOD.
MORE AND MORE MEN
ARE CHANGING TO
K SHOES "A!LY
Because they have become convinced
of K's Superiority.
111 in \ui. Tiiui.i. 111 1111 m\n\ vuii <;ooi>
REASONS I <>K THAT SI I'KKIOKITY I
ill -K' sinn Bin wl tMthon
lintbla, Hnth aolw and insoles are hand-
.ii 1 ccuratal) graded
nan.
(l! THE I I'I'IDs : k sums p elected,
hand-cut and matched by axpajriancad crnfts-
i)it'ii wiih ,1 eaja thai no machine Cuuld
imitate.
(3) 'K' SHOES are 1.....la ovti Um ftmoui 'K'
PLUS PITTING LASTS wild tho hcel-p.nts
om hiiini: najrrowi tntui Um forMtrti TIm
tniuri 'a^l Um haal and freedom
for the '
Waal not CoBM in iimi be lillrd uilh 11 pair
if these world inmiHis alines 7 We are Mire
ymi'll M] Ilk.- all tin- other K' wearers:
I'l.l- NKVKR WRAB ANOTIII It SHOE Ml"r K'
$17.00 to $21.63
PRICES
FROM
HARRISON'S
DIAL 2664
S..U- IH.IrU>.il.ir tr K' SHOKS in llarbadoa.
FRESH ST(MKS RWHVI-D!
1 stf BSBOOK 1 oi'ntais PCNI
1 sti BBBOOK MBS
I STOI.AN II MIC CHI IM
\II1IK( VITAMIN IIKOI'S
iiAi.ivi k mi. ( viosraaoL Daora
Tl TKOI. IIX1IN
JACK & Jill. ( (II (.11 BTaWP
II in ns ((ii (.11 DROPS
I KIMINAI. (f..r Kliriiiiiali ...
KMI.IIIS LTD.
EVERY SLICE
IS
EXTRA MCE
WE DON'T BAKE
ALL THE BREAD
WE ONLY BAKE
THE BEST
-^On sale at
J & K BAKERIES
anil (illDDAKD'S
>YR.EX
The name lhal means the very
best in Oven Table Glassware
DINNER PI in s. ant tie
BREAgPAST PLATES,
a*ch Mc.
Mill" PLATES, each. 72c.
LUNCH "I aTl eh 3*e.
DISHES '1 V,. $1.73
SI.V J2H3
HOI ,1 ( AHSEROLES
l.. $1.73, |l.US. SZ.II3
BAKI '. DISHES
I S2.51. S2.M
SAI( I BOATS
irl. siihK aoc.
puDonra iiowi.s i2c, mc.
MIXING IIOWI.S
S0c.. 11.33. SI.;
CAVE SHEPHERD & CO.. LTD.
10. 11, !2 & 13 Broad Street
ROBERTSON'S
JAMS ft MARMALADE
*/##r# ffrs/r *\ 4 urrtj t*rir*rt
ThU HWA .Vf.
AFRICOn BLACK CURRANT; BED
lib Jars) 50c
BTRAWBBRRY JAM We.
II EA SHRED
1ALADE lllh Ja
OIMOCB MAMMAI.A'il.
DANISH SI.ICKI) HAM. DANISH SATJ\mT DANISH
TMKK (II
I AFRICAN LOBSTERper Un *'.
-. 1 'Kij.', IB an :.
-n lfcc

A ft p MACARONI SPAGHETTI VKKMK n.l.l
per lib pkge. 38c
I RVS STRAWBERRIES, BLACKBBRH
IPBERIUE& CHERRIES,
MMMII.I. |li:\Mi, (IMKMU MM III M
II II -IMS HI I I
STAWSFELD* Start'A #'.. Ia*.


FACE SIX
BARBADOS ADVOCATE
TUESDAY JAM ARV i*. 1*52
CLASSIFIED ADS.
\>\OIMI>HMv
TELEFMOHC 230B.
ro- Birth*. MarrUf* _
anrrcitif -menu m Caiib Ca.lins n.
mart* ! S3 00 for aj number a* wars.
up ta W arnt cent* pat wortl i -">
auM-aerial e>r>r*t Tmi cah FMlM SSwl
tjervwr. S ana) a *a Illl Mr Baas*.
IN MEMOR1AM
Arxt wrileper
: .
1
(dauahteea).___________
IAll in lovinc m*moi.v
l"l daurhter Rvangal
;,,l, -i... -., ... i.. i.
JBlri. 1*47
ras:
tOK SALK
.1 *HMil 1 A I. M.I I *
Sen err now being laaei. lor OlaS-
uvd Dahliaa for Slate ST* In D-m-
bar tM. pirliM inwrMwi in boofcln*
hi i m-u i
AUTOMOTIVE

"sTja
M i
AGENT*. omcE 1--1I *
dowi. *iiuaM ranlrallr in M'-ii !
Ml-J B. F*lo CO.
CAR-t-Matfr Ford V- arrarainodalfli
1 l-t*. rinit.rta.<>r. iDeluke Coup*
tfl ronaitlor. earellenl Dta|
..\ J btlwm lam and 4 p m. M|f *
Dial M. !)!
""" SBSBwaw 1
I1.IIV luraUD**. all mo.
Apply nni door.
am "i pertec*
STUART SAMIWOM
111 tin.
Mo'TOtirY. 1 r- .
11. ttnoD"

Sprite frame.
a lAimii < ".
as 1 i*~ '
Ar.kf He. t
Min-ir*-: .
rk-wfi -1-1 1
uf January Ifei
TnriUBtl *r i M part "Ml.
'OPOPaWf.. larewell to you.''
Thai raarunl ward 1* PM* P"
He really God bleaa >i.
V A. Howard and l-.mll. *-
TWITK-Oaa 1M S-ton Dorfs* Iruck
'.. bat)"* In perfect aharar Appll
- 1 1 r. gaj .. pBMp hPSPW '
Totophonp 4IM 1 >li
rURNITURE
LOOT
LOST
RACC TlrKETS Two
aprlng Mwir< BooRa
Q B5I0 Q BT30 Mud*. 1
(.-HAIRS. Chair*. Chair* and other
umllure and all mu 1.1 rltini** lor
ogi rn.me. A. BARNES 1 11 1
Ml" IIKXT
HOUSES
NOTICE
"W
THE PEASANTS' LOAN BANK ACT. Ilk
To the Creditors holding liens against lb* Peasant Holdings
'T'AKE NOTICE that the peasant owners mentioned in the First Column of the Table
hereto annexed are about to obtain under the provisions of the above Act the
sum of money respectively set out in the Second Column of the Table opposite the _
names of such peasant owners b> way of loan against the peasant holdings respectively | riTwraa^ajniv
mentioned and described in the Third Column of that Table opposite such names.
SHIPPING NOTICES
"OM1HI Al IIRALIA AMI
/T \l wm IJMS LTB.
AKI UKB
M V TEKOA 1* exported to load aJ
"ana (or TrUudad. Barba-
aarlr JeAMarr and amv-
boul atarcri Mb
ha* ample ap- far chlllptl
rird fraaaat. and pwnaral aarfo
rarpo airapl-d on (Kraut*) Bllla at
lianahlpmetil al Trinidad
for Rritiah Uuum Windward and Lee-
ward
I ifih parurulan apply to
"" . Co Lid

Dated this 29th day of January, 1952.
D. A. HAYNES.
Manager. Peasants' Loan Bank.
KaXlDCNCB Bor-iurk ftr#n rvral to,
mar. oap Dial a. Harold Provprba
A Co Ud V I ' ' ,
APPLICATIONS FOR LOANS. PEASANTS LOAN BANK.
DaCOBTA CO 1
BARB.*. DOB.
The M V DACBWOOD wlU
arcapt Canjo and PaeaiiHi lor
SI Luria. II Vlpreert. OreoaaU
and Arube SalUM Weda-adar
The" M V CARIBMZ will
UliaPI Carlo and raaaerfrn lor
A,llTua. Monlaartal.
K "
Friday lal FVbruan1 IBM
Tw t V alORXKA wlU
HpaM ... | NBW Bwl '"'
Dai a
NVWta and SI KMU BallPaw. I>awB
u we i.-iuud.
HI.) ftCHUONBB OWMBHRT
ABSOCIATION
CoawadMa. Trie. No. Mi
I.H .YVIIJ* Mh Avh
TWO lARGI COOl. BOOM* Furnl.br.
10 mlnulea walk to Yaahl Club or Cil]
Wowdaada Oetdena. DM! MM
22 I Mi f n
Fred Mo.irh on prerru*a
I'llllM SAI.l-S
REAL ESTATE
Si. MUharl.
C'hualuiior, Susan
Garner. Martha ErncsUnt
Laahley. WHUam
Miiynard, Stella L.
Sealy. Irvine Goodman ..
Skeete. William C.
KLECTKKAI.
Laurie Dash ft
f :i
14 I u b>
lerua "
M3R Fti I
* ,,. VUUfe.
WATKB IIBATtR* Unlrlr I
| H..II..I, ...lMt.ll.. <
" K H Hunlr A Co L
i'.: Hf| 1
I'l.HSMMI.
MISCELLANEOUS
Th PwaS ..ii li-'ri.v arrtr.d a-iln
grvlni nrdll to mj li. HUNC mXR-
MAN dim lliafKni-ii aa I do ihiI bok*
IAlKMAN
HB -t uimsi i> D
W\MI
in ii
STD(OORA*KIl TY1ST lor tt
OAcr. apply far Wttrr and in pvrion-
I o-a,. o..,..i.d J|M,,
TrafAc CVprk* *r our tm<+ All appii
ual I *l'h5llr.
aawaa and pnoloOPI-rt*. t hh.tIpH
WFT INDIAN AIHWAVS 1-TD Low?"
roari eBlpaa, BrlJpctowP. ._
rrm.ii tvwriCwa
aito niihRi> a WAXia a .nip
.rnt of II,. popular 1.ARWAX CLTAN
II AND PULiBII ju.l airiv-d O.d Cara
Ilka new aliei tln LAIIWAX
.-ally marvrlloui I Dial 4JP1, CourUar
liri niu 4
AT.M Al rUaVawB 1 l
!;|..i...t. 1
a rxal drliaM lo llarbadlan* abroei
Immi early. /. aacb .
H .i. M -
r iitiia< i> it I il--j(
wn.r FPria in a>iar-nii
with all mtlna. alolor Van and abou.
IBM daaen PaUnl Botlle* with taae-
Monlbly aal ..I B-.i-aa can be ktami
0 any would-a* purcbaarr
For furtlapr kaloraaatli D.al eT^
DwelllU houee railed 'OILVAN" With
19101 aquare loet ol Und a.luale -1 CfeaJ
I Garden.. SI Mlrhael The Ivouaa
uina DrawlD. Boom Liv.i.a Boom.
bedrooma. Oarada. Toilet. Baih a...i
uiual cunvenlenraa
The above property wlU be eel up for
Jama* Sire** I
Ml fl'T ^''
HAI?;T faMeawfl. B.W.I
PHorEICTTAllracUve aeaaldo p
-djoinind Villa Baacb. 3 arra"
nuaUvp atpetP IWlMtnd e*M an
iMrtlotlar* I".in Krrol Hooka. Fo-.r
Phonp SMd ___________ m I
Mi HOTI'I
Tha imden.aned ' oBar lot
heir oBlre. No 17. Hlah Slrevl.
nwn. on rrlda*. IB* l-i lebreai'.
|I* pm
i ' r M Braa] \, ti. .. Rhhai
wlnnkaf it ram IP11 bbibnion F..
ISfwrl Dial JT2J T I &
Lona PLaylrul Harorda and 7t nPM
Racorda and wa book order* toQ A.
URNU A Co. Ltd
Um-iln
NOTICE
i fd and knpwn hv
. v Js m lb- i '
l latar.d. A-. . ,-..-..
4 i.a i
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BARBADOS WIN SECOND TEST
TUESDAY. JANTARV . 1152
tr-m Mf -----------------------------------------
' n ns^uN AUSTRALIA WIN
asststup ads*, I ana turn Kanull
low through the slip for four run.*
but afti [>lay
confident dsSSCashra nickel aiwi 9 tram i ;i 1
was .11 | bold
his MM up nm| allow Mil
the bulk of (ho scoring.
fifth tar
MsvaV (roes
after having
humping the batsmen
i Micit live, nml
making them play fatal defeeilv.-
'hats In mid-air. Stollmeyer. how-
l inninvi ,,ni i,, t stayed outside it ami let it pu-
E^KEJii ..- he rePMtKl his ejrlier stroke II.
Ihr
MulUi' ItOWev.
played n useful
have loat cone.-...., - .
lore Ule luncheon interval was " Ef^X.... .,
ST* :l^sr. SSM^tk*.
sitter that came itraight to him. . . ,
KUdta did not benefit by th, MoMmryrr a < enlury
htr to. with, ut addJM Hasartt was now In a dreadful
score ha am taana anaaw stttn btt towllng chanya,
1 Marshall next over und having been so keen on keeping
this time he put up a similar UP. Uu.mp,B* "*** "'" now
catch but to Smith at midoff this nd MUlfr bowling r ------ ^^
I Ihe latter made DO mis- ""I the new ball over due. Now Present i
tiake m hunumtf off an mv n.trh h<1 mu8t nave missed Ian John- like to say how d<
x l'"*1' ** "' l""< "lht **>*>" Jamaica.
i.p*cre ta th(. wor,d hnd Wn tUlpi,tly W(. nope ,na, tnoy ,. <^mv
hour and halt lor 4.> unlll. v,ngic- IT Henaud who was w_ wffllid h, ... ,. , .,
prove., t I- lopscorc for his . The JL ,' '
team. He executed some power- Mrm was lo flvc. Stollmeyrr Strike J^l-J ^ J?LL. ^ J,
ful sweeps to the square leg f,,r ,hp ,hrfJ he nrrdprt fr hi. Jnm*U:?J T ^ ^ P !' .
boundary during the course of he, hundred, hut Stollmeyer merely iioart from that, m
inningi end was i.ot afraid lo took singles Safety was the thing vw' nNllllv "" '-* ' '"' Ihe half volleys by lifting -nj rightly so Now Stollmeyer *" on ^id.
them hnnl und high to unpolired came at his 100 with .i One straight "'
parts of Ihe field. The score wan dr then 1*9 9 45. had taken him 229 minutes and bet-iuw. witn the Rno
Ooodrtdge, lasl man in took u iiv !uded only six fours, a measure the ability 01 the 1
good swing at one frum ItafsbaU of his can and patlenes iii i i'ik whom he saw. m
and il struck Uw loaf off lioun I- MM intnnK* M"' krkon had not ban) "it '
nry Hr*l bounce for four He v. ,.< tovir for the West Indie- Lunch nj.,| i0,IT, suMde Jimnlra. he
nearly out soon after this wh n score wa Stollmeyer 101 and r.nu|d tav lhit w|th )t,r rxuCT1.
he attempted a similar stroke 1 Jt Worrell IH. Kxli;- II total baTtt ,.,.,, ,,|urll ,n4,v
Farmer, tunning back from deep for 189
midoff juit failed lo get a hand '-^j m _--
SCOREliOARI)
Governor Presents
Trophies At Cricket
v Its* (Jovernor madi- a pr.-scnlation of
trophies to members .-f the Jamaica and Barbados teams at
Utoti 0\-al yesterday afternoon when the Jamoica-
Barbados Intercolonial Tournament ended.
Only a small crowd was at Kensington lot the present-
ation, but the players got hearty ovations as they received
(heir prize The Hon Sir Allan Collymorc. Kt. President
fat the Barbados Cricket Association, opened the function
The La flies In
Table Tennis
By P A. V.
B.\RBADOS ladus will take sn active part in Table
us year. Last year, for thi :here was
an Open Championship for the ladies. This year, besides
the Open Championship, they will play for the Inter Club
League. Inter Club Knock "Out and Doubles Champion-
Six clubs have enlcml New Club
Y.W C A. Banw. YW.I'f. AsWaM -. .. new club but its
ilfred Farmer, skippers of the Jamaica and Barbados goltoa* li wag expected that ,.,, The ladies to
v.iv. made short speech>-*.
m-ire clubs and schools would osptxi-Uj KffM \ery succew
have taken advantage of the op- ^jiim( other ladies teams wl
ihe struggle in A-strnha. and pmtunii, offered by the B-rba- ,
to wish aiy^ Table Tennii Associat-
Exceiienry >% t k.
DJH bfl of
perhaps their members, at pi' sa Is:
Mudi<
tsssj
Sta--------------,k., _______., ,. it. are not up lo standard I rrmgton, Paott

.vir i nit- *iim -........ niiiui, Itiylll
I TTA. Iia. MM I *DWr, Holl> fliallnWl
, tm| entrant. I..I II..- Ii'i aod ll.-.iher Dan
the umr lie * *'ho 'ttondld "me of the patay Humphrey, Jean Hum-
dean team" the men- matches, ^complained that phrey. Yvonne Costella.

PRIZE LIST
jane* i
were i^'l i now their ahility. Thev i>rnc,. Glommrau.
now have- il. The publi'- will SM Nearly all the ladles sMTg pne
what they can do. *iing last year. They should glv
;. good performance this season.
i <'.' iii* nn ir>
ence which they gained
B b> BSajtlU
team ..f pasM I

W'-i. roH.irO
r Kinfl
OTBAIJA BNB miMJStol
Lunch was taken at the end of
Ihe over and Jamaica had lost m strati* i
fcsto for 184 runs. Miller * * M*
being 11 not out and Ooodridge 5 t
not out. Ttxam
Mrl> i.M h Mmlhln
Slill Carefree ^'1 S w'^rViT "
MUMr < Wtttn h Vairnlln*
Ooodriuge was 'III (* carefree .. N
mood after lunch. He took *>
long single oft William* who open- i....ri*aii WMwi a 0^> w
d l">m the screen end and after J'llr|".'' "twii**
Miller himself singled to give him i*nirv b Oonw.
strike again, he lifted another sWi*
high to (he long on T-u| m
boundary for four.
Next over from Marshall he r.u at "** gsi >->:
helped himself lo anothei liound- >>; + " -" -" *-"*
nry a high shot over the head of
the eova potnl fieldsman for four nnwuHO anaivsis
runs, this time at the expense ot
NormanMararu.il. w_n ", *
l>oubfe Century R..h,n ii" s im ?
Continuing his quest for bound- vimiinr o i
William.- high lo the long on ,. M hounrtarv for four. This was hi* BioLfaw-i < l.ii.n-.n km
fourth Ixmndary in 18 runs and at Wafcii r Lani.v b M.iir. H
the same time he hnd sent up 200 JS "
in 194 minutes. o , i c JohnMun b Undwiall A
Marshall srl still patststanl atfclsson hi. wtafcel i> Uagwall
and he was rewarded with Gocxl- '""'
icket. Tle hitler snick- ,."2dl
ed one thnt was cut bock from the r.*<
lei and King in the slip held the
catch to dismiss him after having
Juggled the ball for sometime.
The Jamaica Itmlng* ism bod
closed for 213 runs.
rat* i n
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Champion
l-irsi .Hatch
Margaret Wjod ofJ*"**"* Co 11(JUn wi y_
toge is the Ladies' Table Ml ^ lnU.r Li^ ^ ,( Ulc
crumpion ot Barbados. Last Nb,m, h .,, v,ui,v
"r sir ^rrsSfSs XilfAL "S2^c3JTJS
was hald for ihe lint time, she w ex a ii to asn
?SS?a5r: "^c:
t,u .houl the match Her dc- New Sr^.j.,
fence and smaahln. power, are M u,rbrtul M\. Iannis
alao good and she k accurate >l jZZ% ob)ecl , lhl. n,w IVue.
retumini unaanes T| ,, , , ,,
;.;; SeTUS <3S-%"-:'"- - -*
By the way. the Games Mlstrr-is
SheplMrS * (queen's College has recenth
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started a Table Tennis section
Tie girls have a new Table Ten-
nis noard.
kther poVyars i>n the Quesn'i
Caiege team are Rulh William'
Nell llkll. J>ee Clark.-. |aOS-
, mary narrow and Jean Rest
11 .. u.i Club
item from the current
Table Tennis Kevlew. ulate*:
"Many complaints have been
i Rrnai.il
A True tiame
' The fundainental
the game is that both Bath
played a veiy line SjaCM ->f Sport."
he said.
pulled hM weight and done what
he had to do to
.bill!.' .although Minn1 i .
misfortune.
To those who have succeeded,
we in Barbados .
and thoise srno
though only i>* a small mease-
we commiaerat. -I'il jiTp"1^
con gr. i in la ted both I
wished them the bast In Um fu- bowUc.^pr ai** by
ture.
!{. Kxei li> i
wanted to say one word and it
would l,e emph
All.ni s.ml
enjoyed this cricket very much
indeed and we look forward to
your crming back h
again." He raised "*S*L* HSmt to be'devetopedla little more. Do-server of ,>ro^lng that any spin
lores was a serm-ftnallst
e iti
made of flagrant violations of
the Service Rule, and Administra-
tive bodies are appealing for the
rule lo be mm.- -.irlt tly observed.
Players should not lake the line
that it is n^J necessary to use it
in practice. You SfOUSO
lice with the net nine laetMl
0 i
llama has a very strong learn, high, or start hittins the ball bc-
Pat*y and Dolores Howard will fore it bounces, so use Ihe *er-
ueri.aps both be in the running vice law In practice for It ts as
for ihe Open Championship and much part of the game as any of
Doubles Championship this vtstf. the other well-known rules.
teaijr .w. b*ums. prfwnud b palsy has a very hard forehand "Trie object of the nil
iWiAeroi. ama&h but her defence needs to place the responsibility
U-nr* Ukr"
na M b
8JM
the visitors.
Arthur iv
itto. Jan I ,,ird Fadli
lain, "aid thai on
prove that bs fai good -orts- "Stt"'
tnan and so he thoiiuht the ma
learn all Mean
sportsmen.
He losigvata] rtod
Farmer and his toam Ofl ttwtr
success In the tournament.
last on his service comes solely ft
to"** >T.,ir AUo playing for Barna ate the r.icket. He must show beyond
to
* Goafl-
Dnn Shomir W
I i Mwllag, prr^MiIrO h
A Co KM -
to
H-^'.-ud. Marian Manning, any --hnduw of doubt that there
: I ut
laiKtMrnll 1 lor H. Miller 1 lor Vt

A M T..
Wfcr
I
! tunini
l'
Kin* nol oul
Ibrhrr b Mi.dir
9artrasi b i, n. i. >
i b Millrr
. J Miller
-' li I ', I r |. .-
W. A Fhm'h r i- A Tliiiinlei b

O. PmartM ht e ii Wtmam* >>i out
s r \-
' l,
I i
If. Kin* cfcl. Tullnth
" ii'.- Pi.....i i,
E.u.i b I. n b
1
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I lor SIS, t lor M0
VeV
nOWLINU anai ys:-
I .;.,..,!, .,|*r
K Mlllrr
H TUIIotH
TDUI .....
JAMAIt'A 1MB 1>- MOS
FSII Of .lrk"l. 1 fur n 1 M> S. ) I) TIkiMu'ii I>w lUrSrt
lor as. 4 lot si. i (>.. i>i t f.i> mi. .i I'.-..* ib. i
TiiTI,
ii: ...
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. SB i tn
A K llnmtlo ll(
O M-.tli.- IS 3 I 4B
II Tuli.-:n .. ... 4 I f
i\>* >i \ i.r DSNIKOa
J. frw"d c ok. lUrPaUa) b
Haeikaa
D. Thc.il. I'-iiai b
r Km*
S Abn.hm.if Mb -(ir.nli b V Kin*
A. Bin,., b Km*
i tfSrr b r. .
Ibiti.ttn *
J Mt'l* hit wi...
0 MtHllr r Smith b M.n
II Tullortl Ibw WllllnriK
..... ,. *

. ** Ml-
H. MHIrt nol
...- .ii ap
rm*.
I> w b Will
|1 .* ..nd flrlfllim. prrtrnl^l It
Hrwi AH Tlaorbourii

Mv M*aar> rn.nh H
j MilI
Farmer's 275
Captain t- l-l
1 magnificent pi SB '''***?"* mm
he wa of the onnton that 1
Kmi'. ihi> 9Jarbi
ng bowler of Ihe lour.
He also made mention of
Smith, IJarb.i.li'. i ln-.li i
ing batsman, who, he *<
-I who he
hoped will step
I VR I in Au--
tralli
Arhie Boadtto

of C "Boogies" Will
Norman Marsha
hint and on his
'
I
formanceesoeeiallv his "danc-
ing the 1 i Lgrrl after
Manding liehlnd th wlcltet when
Mnrbudofi made ' Joiin Bryant aod Elsie Goodndge.
Lenville
Turning out for I-enviHe is An-
gela l"erklns. She will also entei
ihe open Championship. She Is
tnsid4trad the Champion of her
dub. .......
Ixnville should end up high In
9Ju lotoi ciui. i.agu.- toatir
imnt The girls have not been without
possibility whatever
of any spin resulting from the
Uoo "f the "free hand".
The Rule
The rule reads as follows'
"In delivery of the service the
free hand of any two-handed
| ill be open and flat, with
ight a n d together
being cupped or pinch-
On Soccer Potato
Wirkrlc frl-l (.* *.
M n *r n
lor MS IW IT-
tot 10>. S Im IIS. T li
LONDON, Jan. 28.
Portsmouth, the crack South
.ist h,un. on Saturday lost its
-.in- top ..f
\ .it.inr. Boees* League, Division
.hi innhnious 2 -U defeat
on Its own ground from puny
Sunderland. the l?Ui in the Divi-
ion.
tet l.niu.i. it* nearest
i. now juinpn to llrst place
Of tan he Wh Portsmouth, after *
got a plensunt gurpriM al his rotttoham Hotspur fancied Lon-
kii.uk in ihe llrst innings of the <' " t-'lub 20 at home.
Bh v. in r ,. .ihIi.I Arsenal, with 37 points, is one
him of tieorge Heuoicy. He paid M"nt behind I'oitsre.mth and
tribute to his paca men Mill. Hanchi '.-I Unit. I aftoi jT-3
rid Goodrklge who, he said, bore lie with Manchastti ( ty.
galling practice this yeai but >>- ad in any w.iy by the fingers
piit I" i '" team is- The ball shall be released by the
Maria Barrow, Cktrs V..iih.in. i,e(. Ii.ui.t lifllng upwards."
Noima Clarke. Carotfna PafWn \t the service is properly de-
^ Mil I'.iki. Muriel C*lle and hverel. the ball should rise
nUtUasB Coiinoi ^lialght upward before be.ng
Y.W.C.A.
!he Y.W.CA. tbOuld have i the beiu-ni of
rtrung team. Nearly every night -hese local players who still m-
Micinbers can be seen practising, nisi in putting finger spin on the
Itepresenting the Association will ball. A hill. ptms4hsl with the
Joyce Jones, W. Pilgrim. Mu- new nit ttuxl of service will even-
i,el Haynes. Eugene l*wiel. Cyn- tually u-iy dividends by giving
Knight, and Elsie Bynoe *pin Off the racket.
l-.'iWUK.. ANALYSIS
I Kiii*
i ,, >.- r
Mm.....ii
williatM
II Km* .
rll "I -IckrU 1 (ut SJ. 1 In M. 1 |..r
34, 4 lor SB. a for 71. S (or II. 1 lor l>.
I- tor H 9 (or M
ll.>VI.IS<; ANALYSIS
SUmhall b A Honrtto .
k. .rMlinc'
anMii
WHAT'S ON TODAY
Court of Original Jtirlndiclion
and Lower Coort -10 a.Bt.
LegislaUve Council2 p.m.
House of Assemblyft. p.m.
Mobile Cinema at Collet on
Plantation Yard. >t Lucy-
7 Ift p.as.
PoUce Baud at hi. Cecilia
arrackH Police Dance
I p.m.
the bn.nt and heat of th<
nnd stood up well to it Mudlf
was of in Uie lo hi:
The JnrnalcB Captain unld th..'
he wanted to apologise to the
Barbados public for their di>-
Th.
dlmeult )'ii> srail
i I I liilliHi upon dui ii":
this tour In make some
decisions nnd it -
task Thse
.
In the8* i' il, Pirming-
,t.s sraah old leadership
by losing 81 to Kveiiun Cardiff.
in League
Division Three. In the Southern
. l'l.w ".li Alh' i'' ict.uned
Hi clear four point lead by
i "ii aUng 21
the Northern Si-ttion Lincoln
fCA
Bs
cHl"1
adM-**
M
-SSiSi^.
He is pleased
about his
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