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PAC.F. Kioin BARBADOS ADVOCATE THURSDAY. JANUARY 31, l52 Good Turnout Expected For Second Regatta LHa %  *'" %  > DOOI OUt in th* lnlcrmcdi.iv .>. i 1>" l. Hotttvf. I the boots which Oni %  will he ..day. | ire nearly Only I* o chances [ been made Curonetta. %  e-celved three minutei rtlc and Gnat, has been %  cratch boat in th* ttj* will sio-t rith these two and ig a minute (mm Keei. Reen two minutes. In Regatta Coronetta's two minute. ..nil || etirr than Ci>% %  other change Is in the JClass. Hurricane, m the f J. received :i minute %  Hainhnd. twO ITIII.U' ineer and Olive Blossom, (miiuitt %  From Imp .ind five %  %  did :." %  and owing Ic -• %  acddCBt, Started v.i-nt on to overtake the other*. Ituinbird only defeated her by J narrow margin Her time for the race was two ir.inutea and 38 MOOM % %  : Lhl HbMlim performance, the HandieMppers ware forced to make Huxl i< RainbM three minute* -nu [lucid (Hive Bhokom two . np and receives only .1 imnutc iron Smbad. A Change H.nimnn inuditome changes •ince the List race. Slunow cu tries a hollow gPRf Ud OWBaV%  ktpptff, < %  •> j,. 1 %  yellow so that "he can !• B*en by ihiJudges''. The spar has aiso been "beaded" in ordtr i Corkk •aBlated 1. : ugc, was .vmking Qn "• IPBI '"i Sundu morning while the Yachi Club held its crulM t" Snnd> 1 tells me: "1 will make you cat % % % %  ;• HurnBuccaneer will be racing oil Saturday. She has been rcuainted and "Fume" Williams U putting on the finishing touches. Fome had %  \ 41 | tor not tutorial in the drst race. He Mid; "The nickel kept me extremely busy." He to sell Buccaneer In I U) I %  % %  '• %  built. Imp will fain IM* r.inn,: Ik; %  ippn Stanley Tryhane, was working on bat last Sunday He bough 1 hei ova> tron QaofrM) n Btnbad read) Apart Irotn a new coal -i paint, ha bag 1 BM BlH %  per, will I*' launching her thievenj Wii i-if ni„. Hi;--sum. whb h was ikipperad leal year by George liaggiitt, might not ba nadcti Her stopper i out i>f tba island and I bav< icceived BO news ;is 10 u lulhi 1 Winston has .1 new lUpDM The othai i>" ixwt whu-h did not race In tba Fatal Ragrtta wa* Peter Pan. She definitely will not be sailing this seaao-i. Captain liaison is trying to sell 1 bate M Monday evening m order to clean htr bottom. Bh be launched again tomorrow evening. When I aw HanffMBd durku the weak ing nroen hoa rs e n ess. 1 wind on laturdj quickly icmcd.> Eagle. Mohawk. 11 Dawn. Keen and Gnat did no. raea in the First Regatta Mohawk will be racing on BfrtUI day. She was launched "n l veniug She now hajl .. hrsllow pai 1 am whether Eagle will ba sailing Dauntless may be sailing s 1 el with a misfortune last year %  !i ,'.i : .1 I she was wrecked on the Pelican Island. I understood that William Skeete has rcco\ci.fi lus lead and is getting Dauntless prepared. Arthur Evelyn's Duw:i will also he racing. of .ours,' Georgia Hoad uui i man than one race. He ,il! have Gnat 111 the race on Saturday. Rei-n. *& %  her owner Len Hoad, Is also 1 1 .ia tew UltJ In tba C Claw I'eggy Nai did not ranin the First Regatta. Her owner Wilfred Alston %  1 1 land but he may l&M miss the Second R< A Longer Nc.isini Many yachtsmen MI plaining -bout the 'hurt yachting season They claim tint to make< • %  preparations and only lo sail in pproxiniat.-ly 13 race*. They feel that ruccs could ba held up to the end of June ami then the rest parted taken during the hurricane s ea son. How Tlwy Run \l \ in tree ... htM a UM ih. %  l**K g \ I H I -ll. ..I %  % %  l V .1.11111" < In-. IIMl I.,|.|.JRI %  I 11IBr i-(l I. lul • % %  I *. till tioai % %  !(. ."*ua llltM Uf .AIDI tea *iaiL*i KIIIB* Una UXAI KlUil! rm• IHI JfJ IWWt !*'. ii't-tot il* %  •MM II f kAM %  %  klla (IN swa | (•* MB WON ira t* • :z*m ..... — .Mi rtIMl ,: %  .. 141 l-Moi.-.i IMi LMaatMlMt BfcldMltM Nunes Surprised AI Goddard IIv Our Own Correspondent KINGSTON Jamaica, Jan. aO. H K Nunes-. C BE. President nf the W1CBC, issued a personal statement in Jamaica to-day in winch he exnd surprise at a leading .-' Lit QoddaVd in Austi cricket defeat in the seriessaid: "I was surprised ri\ 1 1 mal-h of five when I read the comment by a day* then %  Test match and reWnt Indian, particularly one forpeat this arrangement under difflunately holding an important en taJttlng in the position as Captain of a West Inother lhr< dies team, ns to the playing of "Tours to the West Indies last Test matches so soon after arrival about three months and it i> not \ 1 alia The West Indies irpnuible fur many mstM t, make rived In Sydne> alxiui '.1 was the DM torn and had ani|ilr .. In til) 1951-1952 lour to Aus. %  and become a*tral not the wisdom, cllmatised. An England team tb> comes to the West Indies in a adapt ourselves lo ihe conditions small ship a) the time of the year of other countries as vrc expect I to \*> mi(hem lo adapt themselves to ours and if we cannot take what we are 1 .1 few days on the turf glvon then we are not measuring play ton colony up to Ihe ralibre of Test cricket matches and then a Test match in I tain In Ihe .>< clamalion of Barbados On th. n to TriniAla < mckel chamdad on a matting wicket and so pions of the world. I congratulate on. If we defeat them we do %  rshlp. his regard our vntur'. sj miimreed .jru-k. t brain nil ablUt) lo hold India is rnming to the w tram loftther at all ttmea and in 1953. They have agreed to play his own many valuable 1 .'ithin %  short 1 %  arsMaranti contnbutl %  1 ixtemt mj hearties) acknowl. ^ /,„.ELcdaen-ynt t-> all of the other memiH>yS OtHir r Or ben of his great Australia M S*win •:" M N 1 a %  , %  % %  I I %  v.hom I intei viewc 1 •nra lonlident that some of |ha lid subscribe eupB to he presented if another ItraH was held nftei ihe regulai R.B.Y.C'.. series. "But". lb. said. 'The raceol |h] 1. would sill] have to bo arranged %  I. liiivi Commit! llundicappers who would 1 bvUniHly spare no pains to make It a success.'' l.et us hope these suggestions are taken into consideration If acted on, the long til nig Season will be dei What about it City firms. R B.Y.C Committee and llandicappers? Many yachtsmen have asked me where thaj cm ibtaln %  copy ui Harvay Flint's "•Yaehi Tin %  >• can now ga| this book at the Advocate Stationery The handicap UlBW for the Second Regatta which will iwiled m Cartlale Baj day MTO M (bUoa WHghtM lo I -. U—.I K.1WI *,!.-I. .,—M *M •-. n a.,t . .. MBMaJ riggi MM ore I ico %  gnsj '"i p'.-hrnarp J and flnol on Marc'i IH OLYMPIC MEALS AND M.i a..,' .1 F M her. The start ) Rangei Moyra Okapi. II" hojit'i which did not I tba Pint Regattii anWirard. Pantaty, Circa, Blaii w.11 ciond mid Hollow Spar Stanley Cheeseman told me that Ranger will be sailing on Saturday. She now has a hollow nai and has been lep.uiue 1 Circe is still being repaireii (bcrcfoio sna will daftntunji at out of this race. Fantasy, which was practically rebuilt last year, is already in the water. She'will lie in Satinday's race and is expected U give a good performance. I have Dot nan Jim Jones ihenfbn cannot say whether Wizard will be sailing. Moyra Jllau and Okapi we.. kepi out of the Fust Regafa through circumstancf f n.di. % % %  When they were to be launched trie tide was too low and on another occasion it was rough in ihe surf. Okapi was MUM Blalr am" tba) WUl both be sailing on SaturI it not lie sailing because Jack Uadley has already told me lhat he Is only racing in the lasl six regattas in ordti I qualify for the Fronlenuc Race. n "V.1,,.,1 2SS nan 11 1 "ovi. RUir .1 i:-.. 11 a s rim K-l 1 St YclUi* n D IS War Cloud ofeaai Halnbow a M 1 .. K-l 1> V-i. T rulyhi . IL... li 1 Oainbim 11 2 Itrm.lulr n n ti\7."ii.'... 11 B 1 1 Mr d 1 i-|. Hbrrlranr : AI ni \\ mated 1 *J IfSflSM %  B Pvet>' Nan 1 43 li..| 1 l 8 • i % %  1 1 44 Vvlto* K Tornado** S 4S p>d I 1 M.. ..... ^kipn. J M Yolli". < %  a !-...:> in lira c c .1 • Man tstsro en rfcimi a ts Vrtk> 1gaan I.BB asa c ';, M*rwin Raon S.H Vrll. M Oannat a M Hod 'i 1 II aagj 1 Gnai %  % %  %  3 tfatjaa Boat Race Move?Costs Jump Up By ALAN IIOBV LONDON. Jan lhl. I *. bombahell Phei that the Boot-n ce— I gest free show move tram tha dank Putney Mortlakc COUTM '<> Uk I %  •: Henle). Edward B evan 1 %  1 %  It) Be it • ii.i.. is 'i for UW, old IJgul Blue 1 % %  • % %  11 thai it cheap at 1 "Costs have gone up by leap, and bounds . SninV %  of ten Aj Each men ow, in addition t< %  %  wrong with the human in the un good as it rv.i fatal My t'Miinteut 11 Cambridge eight put up thfl performanea In ISA I h COOtOrd and the A1.1 %  erioan it would be %  nuUlon ( itieif thll. Bt relegated to Henley, although tln< non-paying couldn't grumble if W. INDIANS How A-III West Indian eomiietithis summer when the Olympic Oamaa dining hall opens in Helsinki'' [ undorttand that Hie i n proi on to dividi tors into five groupa for catering purposes. DUnranl menus have I en in-pared lor each group. The Wei Indies competitors may possibly be included with Ihe I-ttin countries. But if they have I HI the mailer I suggest Uv v coma in with the British and groupa which will also include any Bahamas reptcseniahv. L Tin' li ., sample of the menu they 'sill then lie offered: for Breal I Liken Will be -porridge. . bacon, ham and fruit. Lniuh; Hoi-^ d'oeuaga, mea* ; 10 th. gulled meat 01 6 losip, fish, moat, game or puultry, ala and Sev v iiools have been j hard at pra. fid during the past i' 1 Bpartng for 1 gM coming football an the schools and inter-school ath! latle sports. Last Int. uateniptad .1 series of wuu b> D College to become t'U I inler-Sehool Cup wltUMM bg( tfM first lime since '934. The NO %  only b v a %  arrow margin and wn decided by the but event ol tinday, tha B8U y* ,(is which K W Ulasgow won for Lodge. Maanwhiiii'ninary and Sec.1. M'huol girls have beir nopuifl thai arrangements c&n bv > that than can be IniertpOfta fur girls. im.i.tMu.i: H:\MS 'iii: 1111 H\ \V£M THK Hellevilltf Tennis Club Touruameiit opened ygatanU) Taking advantage of a four love lead in the first >el W il C. Knuwles pressed home to victory in two straight sets i>\ II. L. Toppin 6—2, 7—5. For Ihe Arst tune oul neta, L. St. Hill slmwe-i tl lhat he had lost none of his old fire by defeating Val Koach in itruigbt seta to the turn |f| b— 2, to enter into the sevond luund. D. L. Lawless and D. E. Woime also deleated then opponents while aftei a lighting clloit young M. G. Worme lost to Gooffraj Hunte. Vesterda> Results .v 11 ( Knowln teal H ^3; 7 1 rma BNI D. g. \ 1 Nunes said he had not time contact other members of t! W,Indies Board. You pay no more for the GREATER EXPERIENCF PAA that's one roonn why this airline has been "first choice" o* internulional travelers (or nearly c quarter of a century. NEW YORK Non-op MfVtce h tbe Uuunous "El PreMdent.' M vU^Jusnfa| P j .1,1 1. ,11,. *\ 11,.: 1 i I ansti EUROPE gijiit M. %  ll.intBaa WHAT'S ON TODAY Court of OrtgfaaJ Jurisdirlion IU.VO a.m. I'ollce and IVltv lie hi ('oiirls lOOII a.m. 11. Mh Inqulrv al In UM \ 2.00 p.m. Nelball malrh al \uht..u...i. Home. Black Kock batWOM Dtj Bagdl and I'millnr Canveul 4.4S p.m. lawn lennU al Belleville IViinl-. ( lub Ml p.m t'imiinlllee Mrellni; | the \\ J It al Wakelield. tihiie Part .'.on p in Pelln Hand popular cunerrt al SI. I'elrr'" Min-hni-e at ;..'> p.m. Muhiir Ctaana itna at llun-iomhr I'UnUllien Yard. St. Thorn** K.llll p m WEATHER REPORT %  *;> 11 KI>AV Ka.i11l.1ll Irom < odrimcton; Nil 1..1.1I Hainlail fur Mvnth to dale; 43 ill. Hisbeat lemprrature: 114.5 1 it.Mt Temperature (il.i Wu.,1 Vrknil* 7 nn|. per hour Barometer tl a.ni) .10(UK (I p.m.l 2.ei TO-IIAY Sunrise: 6.12 am Sunset: ..at; p.m. Moon: New. I.m.n ?li LilhlbU: g.M ii in tilth Tide: >. a.m.. '.At> La* Tide: II a.m.. i:tl TO-OAYS 11X11*1Men's Singles. W. II. C KmIII WOI A. F. Ji-n.rn.at W A M. Wiloin v. M Km* J. O. Tnnunlngham v>. c B Ut Ladiaa Slnglek Un. O, K. Wbirnv v. M. 1 larsoa HIM L. Branch v< Hlaa M. Kirs FOOTBALL TO-DAY A team from the %  taS of Manning & Co. will gngage .1 team f tba stafl ol Planl ition 1 Ltd, in 1 of football at the V M P nds this 1 \. 1 Th,. Manning Co i.t.t w. H King > uri 1 1. {;*KHiing. it Marshall G. Sknta, n. Parmar, M. Conliffe, R. Johnson. D. Howard. O. Burke, S. Goddard and £. Evelyn. Plantations i.'. I (Cap! 1 B Maw B B %  Marshall t A %  head. O, oWala, A I Patterson A ll ml OUt K. Jo, dan. %  ilccVul Siuto" (.lliqie^-world' i % %  -. Rome : 11 1.1 I %  iland, IrcI.111.I \'\\< Uppers sffia} lo India gad iii" Orieat Venezuela Frequent Hidits lo all mil dtfei by swift Comu lypa f'lippen. You can n %  n MV <-iTitii*nt. r i.-iin-.to PAN AMERICAN tlrtrrit lf/fn n \ Da Catla 1 Co lid BH %  (' %  ! %  !>: % %  :t 5t:j l*llf b .\ hev LETTERS FROM AMERICA by VI ISI Alll MMIHI FOR TWEI.VE YEARS and more Alistair Cooke has been talking to us across Ihe Atlantic, describing and explaining the multitudinou> life of the United States—Ihe history, geo.gr.iph>. ("ilitiis. personalities, food, climate and benavloui of that vast country and Its hotchpotch of inhabitants. His voice is so well known that hihas come to be a household possession, almost a member of the family In countless British homes. In letters from America he hag chosen thirty-two of his talks ami revised them for the punted page They deal with every sort of subject and cover a wide cross-section of the national niu\ regional life of the forly-eight States. His writing has all the pictorial freshrtaai of hli imMdcastjiig. ON SALE AT ADVOCATE STATIONERY Broad Street and Greyatone, Hastings IIKA'II Do Ii Every Time F"E£* ytAKS AGO LO^ETTE VAX MCM A\0 KP XT R.P 0= H3USE A>& VO IT CVE3 pm -;•%  : -o STLV.JWittikt p/ti/\r/it hi tiiiHorimhi^ l/ii election r,j WARD C. PITFiBLB Oi o Director o* ihj* Company W. C Pijiidd 6v (jnii|>.inv. I imirtxl MOMItlAI. Mtmb.n of lh< lu:,,lmrttJ />. ,j/. n 1IIIM.;I t / t j„a l j EVERY SLICE IS EXTRA MCE WE DON'T BAKE \LL THE BREAD WE ONLY BAKE THE BEST R>On tale at — J & I! RARERIhS anil (rODDARIVS WHITE HORSE Scotch Whisky The purpose ol" signs i* to tell without words. This while hortc symbolises Scotch at its very finest; whisky cUarJlled, blended aad matured by Scotsmen in the traditional ways that thev. and only they, know go well. Sot* I 1-gAMC It Mi\l-ill"V I III For Permanent Floars Walls, taay lo ciean. and erer-lasslag. WE SUGGEST :FLOOR TILF.S. Rrd and Sperglrd rream, i;' x g" While. J" g 3" i. I \/M WALL TILES Bloe, White, Green. Black. 6" x g~ RFD t Ol ORCRETICEMENT m i SNOHCRKTE CEMENT For Psrtllloa*, Ceiling*. Door Panels etc. we offer:— STANDARD UARDBOAIRD IsHECTS The Board of 1*00 uses. Termite proof V thick 4 g'. g'. in long. TEMPERED HARDBOARD SMItTS I" thick. 4' x 4. It laag. WILKINSON & HAYNES CO., LTD.



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THl'KSDAV. JANUARY 31 1MI. BARBADUS ADVOCATE PACE THREE U.K. Interested In New Chemical LONDON Tin Kiitish Colonial Office tod mures!'" in the announcement from America that a new wonder chemical had been developed which, it is claimed, will revolutionise agriculture by converting dead 01 U ductive soil into productive land within hmirs and halt erosion ^_^__^ t unlt kodattwr overseas terrHorirs." Colom.il %  Yiurrira. U.K. % %  Must work Together • From Face 1 hnd America, between United Kingdom and id. V£ :.;id other Governments who huv forces in ihe field. "It was agreed clearlv that vrious situation would arlae, and methods to rut down soti have hern unsuccessful -o far. Ben.--" .kuL.hle if I his *•) successful." %  %  %  named Rrithm. la not a fertiliser. II allegedly restorrs the physical on whether to de;i| with Nation'Nurture of Oie Mil ID H allrt or Communist China :, nd cuts down eroEden raid, "I nttempted to -imes. -undo Ihe American Government Repent l .x|>riiiwnl' i to take our view. I did not sueUaH teed, bu! 11 it only fair li> add ahow lh.il K Ik powthat each Government Is entitled dar. art* anything between •into take its own views. hundred and one thousar %  Churchill and Eden spoke as more quickly than natural eondiParllainenl prepared to open the 1 Miners such as compost or Baaidebote on the Conservativeparty*:; moss in reconstitutinir :: new nip acturi to allow Ha natonl nu> nlrood at saving Britain^ aeons irltion through oxygen, a mle life. <, T her elements. And one pound of Krllium has the same effect as 200 Prompt, Resolute. Effective lbs. of peat-moss or 500 lbs. of Chur.iuli laid Hv, rthaUcaily Itlaalllnl to decomposition bv what noulrt (>r done should J bacteria, Kritlum I truce be made only t-< l>e bmken ,„,, ,. lkl ... %  n discussed bafora we H RriKt „ m „ prevented because %  !ik.| %  rpongr in the dry seasons. In the : particles are not carried away to any appreciable extent. tnd the water run-off and conaev.Hou. eontlnfrncm" lid tata CS """""" a """ ",>:;;,„ h r ,;;. ESKK played-out to support growing "I thought it betier when I WBI populations, invited to address the American will nun man-m...-. Congt ess to speak in ganaral terms of the aclion we should I Olaa m k a J Comtake. in common, m the event of P**Kft Which is I'mlding a 50 milany breath i>f the truce, and I,on dollar lactagj In Itl used the word?, "prompt, resolute "* production, assert* that it will and effective". I doot thmk these be able to aril KrtnaUB HUimiB. were bad words to use. H lv m IMS. "These words did not remeI>""ved from Acrylontrile. base tent any new decision* arrived .: r ,r nii,liv P***" 0 *,l WlU ** first during our vlsll. But Ihcv did •* b 1 1 "' """" (Us. 4d) expres*. fully th,spin! m which %  "' !" we shall face difficulties together Churchill said that the Chr Communists were being "slaugbtered," before the cease-fire propoaed by the Russians gave them u chance t "re-establish what they call face." They since have been bargaining on equal Icons wltii iepresentatives of the L'uitct Nations We sUll hope an agreement will be reached. V -:A\ hop*, that If reached, it will be kept. "I think we secured a better chance for reaching an agreement by making It plain that the United States and Britain are working together in true comradeship, and In the event of any treacherous renewal of war. they will together take, prompt, resolute, and effective action" —r.P. I I \ l/>/l\ I H1J V> : Far Ed*t SUtdeni TeachtTH To Train In U.K. .. LONDON. Landmark m Conin in London reit-ntlv of 150 young studerrt-tcachcrt from Malaya, advance parts of 300 who during the new two and a half yvors will undergo a training course at Knk i. i,ear Liverpool. Thru pi e-ciK-r highlights rrcent demands from l->th sdrs of the House of Common* that primary eduiation. Improved and more read should be made %  vi,ii.,ri. .^ rapsdl] at peaaloai M all classes and religious denominations ihmughout Brlustl sans •erritories. Th< Yotggfj students. Malayus CMnesr, Eurasians drawn from Seaway Door n For U.S.A. part of the Mala •'Hi return, under ti. m* Bctsanse, t.< help build up tem on an inler-raci.il basis. /" !-.-- MJ Lfn aan %  I C /4 H*au* fuDctton wilt ba f /fjPfl V f%V f /.i>/t- %  "* %  Malayai prtmai ^-rm~r*s**' m vrai sv„> m^jmx nl lad help adapt to Malai •* ideas they aaai CANADA is m.t closing the door on United Stale* parAnd' ibak naming follows in iicipation in UM St Lawrence Seaway, the Minister of line with the gtatemanl of Mr Transport. Mr. Lionel Chevner, sdjui ul) Jnnuarv 8 in a Owaar l.v.tHton. Cotontal Bacrenation-wide broadcast. The Caiaatttaa Cfavamunfflt, he said, will pursue the +££\5F \ t*W ahafl under the 1941 Canada-U.S. %  aaaaaaii aipvement arfd actmn for the all-Canadian seawav. until <"i<' vs il bocomti clear which course will be the lirsl to produce |p ^* ^.^Ti.OM b^e !" )! rntaltB. „^ M OovanaaaaT -nhe logical action, he said aaassmnr] Ni power development for neither Malaya nor any other -ddress, m Ihe nun national secUon" rolonml aoverana -would or a Joint enterprise would Canada and the : ,, P nKmrt es la OntortO and the In Bi laUtd ID Unite,! Slides." ivhlhl the costs of "No d I I college in the'IMi agreement. adding the navigation rae,nues Mai en prefer^,r,.' S2Lhn P ^'Wi.n • 0 000 •**• Minister'op'rthel-.. ver> COtaaWriible i anadlan M t:ril ,, ^ mrn m | ex, ,-nditure. to he sure, the Mmwomen will have the ODpartuntt) to anyone. ItalTof .11 to the X-JJ ^ JJ-^J-^ft n^d'^.Vlhe': aavavaa would tw '' '' e Jn uur rwour,-es. E^ iU t ,11 ume. bear TalaUcai borne by Ihe Users and the benrhe said. "In fact, the project is in J""^ J edur.it %  H I Q %  flcianesof the foeihln-. by way greater than others that ha\ Of tolb nn shipping been undertaken in the pagt Tiie aaawa) proytel %  " Canada has already spent over twaao loaoa and lha isoo.oon.ono in providing the Ship IS before lha turn of thr .enChannel below Montreal, Nn 14lury. has prok'res>*d fnsn l#inn foot rana U Into l,.ke Ontario the desirable to beconiinK Welland Shl D Canal, and a lock nl T;* y h *u, yg9 saui. ate-Uaria. M- of ihoe rrom iith miemal devel v !" .nrfn... .i->i r w <* .„... I umial O) Lull An'hfloafon from pair I than il NEW EVENING DRESSES Larry Runs Off Road Shortly attar 4.45 p.m. yesterday, the motor lorry S—268 watch WM drlvan bo I mlehael along Illark Hock ran off the road by the Lazaretto knocking down a three foot guard vail and ending up on its left side in a ditch some 15 feet below l he road. Carmichnel nnd the other occilC l with him In the h"d of the y were unhurt. The lorry was going IB the direction of St. James. Carmichael '.old the Police that as he reached near the Lazaretto he tried to avoid an accident with a cyrlist and In so doing lost control of trie vehicle. A large crowd watched ai efforts to pull the lorry out of the slimy ditch proved fruitless. Up to ,20 p.m. the lorry fffal still in the ditch. The lorry Is extensively damaged. IVipin^ Charges I .S. Aiding Giivrillus HONG KONG. Jan. 30 Peiping Radio charged today that Chinese Nationalist gufidl..i:ainst the Yunan Province with American -i Yunan border! 00 Burma and Thailand. '1 N. (. onimunist broadcast also quoted a Toss dispatch from Rangoon, charging that unit after univ I •unandcd by Amrrran ot' ( .. being moved thmuBh Thnllnnd lo Chengtung la Burma to reinforce guorllla lures*. It said that Chentung I for 10,000 Na'ionalist troops who —I P A eery large part of the pro. ,,„.„ "-J.JW ,v hai.i-n nit'eadv when Canada wa* much poorer In UIMW t^^Ur^Tt^S m.tarl.1 resources. The worti and J£ JW ^T ,ound From Duluth and Fort William material that vent into the Wellguidance and advice and louno to I*resrott, ihe various channels and Canal alone would cost %  Mm "wayi ready to listen, to -aared I great Inland fleet mat go.Kt denl more than atM.000,000 W"! %  l " !" OOUIU 7j, is said to provide the cheapen toaau J %  1 ntrtbuUon to lha transportation in the world", wlUi BhrlaUan rallll ami the latitude. I vesselloading more "1 trOUM like to emphasize the humilllv I %  ' %  ,l amaal than 20.001 am a*dto at I""' rreat slgniflcance of the S^ I. m bf fa i trying illtha ;i.'>-fi R, I .for Csnada. nl ,, 'l>^ iu the flesh Ship Channel "ha* n holds incnleulable fn A now he g.jes to his rest. made Montreal one of the bus!the economic developnwnt Of the upheld by the hand of OocL torn%  in ihe world, attrac,..h 0 |p rwUoa A' ih.tame timted i hJa own strong I lln *f l l l 2 t th ?-*? g*l* that Canada u ibU ind %  "''• %  l %  %  '" "'those who oTtlX bok-tieck^l el*!,-,? C ,vil,tn '" "WdWta"'' M,,Ul "*" 'n. Precious memorv. treal and Preseotthe ""'" *?• " "'-"7 i"' "' ltw the erowth n hive nl.e-dv exlake TCgatas on the Other U the -rlenel and the stature M • of the Seaway project hawg attained tOdayi %  Finally, let me make CaaU With raiMet to the that application had been made ^j, the |( lra , hp l ^„ llilU H example Is a chnllenge Ihsa well gad .he well Wi may take on OUT ItpO Miurle< I tritule to Julian Oren fell BtrniiM nl )u. • HI he sUd i in 1MB by agencies of New York e. Out It Is results hat count. OnSflY^ll at M-" %  ..* I Ihe strt mlvrnlurr xllh :,„ ,„ ihT'lntern.^iS -"> Ml MM **£ \ -Given mch a power P^" 0 the onlj ent. by these or any Canadian Government will pur.. i,na'.r %  jooefae. Cani"" 1 >>oUi alternatives, that ada could and would add th lion uudei the I1H1 ,i navigation ranata on her own and aclion for the all-i side of Hal iivei." Furthvrmorv, Seaway, until M l.econ.. he said, the President of the which course will be first to proUnited States had "undertaken to duce results." give this Canadian project his — full support. Congress fail to take arrtt\ early and favourable action on >| \KCJK Ihv 1041 agreement." RKMKMBKR the ,.,* about tb i grant him real %  Ml il. ami may light perpetual shin.upon him. The (h thi ien.i..i %  Hi %  Thou wiw'-i Lord the secrets of our heart I Mi. ehoii. lergy Bnd i-ongregation retirad from the Cathedral while %  that the Lawrence %  Authority is i in pealed March In Saul. The baari to the grave ... HOT Hollywood sweaters m.de of M L.C Hi material that burst into flam.M I..C. Mr easily? |n IJelrod. the polier OiS HM>* fa freix.ll. ...—.'f.l ••. B—top %  .>.. e. U4 -1 L One. S Vir-.lu.l-ta.: Ms**. *C. IM.IHM,; M H Mtrt. a Ce. LtM r.hii H k| n ,, M. l .IC l .li. l L M ,, Wet In* "••• CO L, '• • ON. WAlTON. H.lSrOOl, ^ONCOf. 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I'M.I MM II IIMillxnOS XDVCMATK rillR-IH\ I IM IK\ B\KBA!X)s (. .T — AfA(**IL \\ Vsl I %  %  • iitan's Industrial >< % % %  -Part 2 Thurtday. January 31, 1552 I) k s|t*ral4 k >lasnns reduce Great Britain's balance *1 payments difficulties anpart of the whole Conservative plan to restore sterling to convertibility. The major plan will be announced on March 5 when the Budget proposals will be made known. This bringing forward of the Budget by so many weeks before the end ol the financial year on March 31st is sign of the urgency with which the British Chancellor of the Exchequer is coping with Great Britain's desperate financial situation. The measures announced on Tuesday to the reassembled Parliament are further instalments of those announced eleven days after the Conservative Party took office. In November Mr. BUTLER announced certain cuts in imports and credit restrictions. This week he took further steps with his "stop-gap" emergency measures. There are to be more import cuts on tobacco, foodstuffs, furniture and toys. Spending outside the sterling area has been reduced to the very low level of £25 per annum per person. Eight out of every nine British cars are to be exported. There are to be greater restrictions on instalment buying of electrical and other appliances. Persuasion of labour is to be adopted in an attempt to meet Britain's manpower needs by recruitment of employees through Labour exchanges. All these measures are designed to reduce the total of £1,450,000,000 at which the sterling area's annual deficit is estimated to be running. It is, it will be remembered, the proclaimed intention of the Commonwealth Finance Ministers that the sterling area should be in balance by the end of 1952. Mr. Butler's announcements this week are the second instalment of the United Kingdom's contribution towards achieving this balance. The final instalment will be made known on March 5 when the Chancellor of the Exchequer presents his budget to Parliament. Government spending is to be drastically cut and puticnts under the National Health Scheme will have to pay one shilling for prescriptions and for dental treatment. Economies will be made in Whitehall, where 10.000 civil servants will be dismissed and the information services are to be reduced. These two measures are preliminaries of other economies designed to cut government spending which must be cut II inflation is to be avoided. There will be more money available for private spending as a result of the restrictions on the quantity of goods available for home markets and because of less tobacco and leas foreign travel. It is imperative therefore that the Government cuts its spending on social and other services so that inflation can be avoided. The Press of the United Kingdom generally welcomed Mr. BUTLEK'S measures and the Liberal News Chronicle hoped that the Labour Party would stop blaming the Conservatives and would realise that there was real need lor emergency measures. The Daily Graphic made the valuable point that every one but the poorest would be called upon to make some sacrifice and that no one would suffer real hardships because "the cuts do not touch essentials." The Daily Express stressed that old age pensioners and children would not be touched and rejoiced that the freedom of workers would be preserved. It approved of the government's decision to cut tobacco on the grounds that it would be stupid for the British people li> "smoke its way into economic servitude." It was disappointed that there was to be no cut in American films and it again urged the Government to look to the Empire and not to the United Stales for its markets The Yorkshire Foal was delighted with the proposed reduction in the information ,iul in the vast army of civil servants. The United Kingdom is facing a desperate situation by the use of desperate measures. But the measures are designed to produce results before the end of 1952. Otherwise the people of the United Kingdom could not cheerfully undergo another dose of austerity. Mr. BUTLER'S treatment is warranted to put an end to recurrent crises and to restore the pound sterling to an honoured position among the world's currencies. In Barbados we are soon to hear from Mr. Adams in his speech OH the Estimates 1952 53 what are Barplans to assist the sterling area. If Mr Adams can gain the confidence of the whole community, if prosperous Barbadians are profMTM to make sacrifices: and if the newly enfranchised masses are S tuck to {rasp thai their only hopes of tirther material progress lie in their skill, proficiency and contribution to the island's S roductivily: something might be done to elp the sterling area and above all Barbados. Unfortunately there is a tendency to believe that Barbados can go on riding on the crest of a "boom" wave. Mr. BUTLER'S second instalment of his plan to restore sterling should help to change pernicious attitudes and stir Barbadians into it'cireness of the dangers that iiue-ten all ot us. Ul-'^N> tubition will next July open at Republic is barred by uie Iron Alexandria and later tour th. Curtain from its old export PVarsOM li..a> in her own vrsswls. Middle East's principal cities. market! m the nearby ugriiulTOgatlMf with tnet *Ude in In Turkey. German salaamen rural wiiatrt 01 Bl ItOI 0 OOTWany goods / repraaantaare bark in number*. Lurupe Su to-day it i* feverishly lives ot tbo Knur's Big Business, In neighbouring state*. Pakisseckmg tn spread the growing will bl dispatched engineers, tan and India and awi | %  flow of the Knur's industrial pretwhniu.fi, and construction donesia, the pattern runs the duett over th* reman • rkcrs to help build ai world. power stations, railways, factorTo """* Kong. Malaya and There Is no regular outUt les. reservoir* arid bridges whereThailand %ne approximate^ aotfwante, even to Germany's ever-a contract Can be obtained, quadrupled her exporU over the B M m Mi Africa, with if still curoioer!f,^5' 1 t ^'S^ an li u lro The reason 1, thai the lOTMtl aJ* German atemant m the "" f ^^.^"fcJ-Vr Am-r, Zone, whosesweeping fsnuwds South We*t. regarded as h.vJ^e^^^VSiSil eflcSf! previously supplied 75 per cent, ing excellent potentialities. f or m thgaa araaj. she Is rags' Germany's home-grown food. Al< or, the Union of South „!„,,„,, nfr ure war position as n harnessed now to the CommuAfrica imported over CM million cm ,.f supplier of heavy industrial nut bloc's economyof German goods last year, products and engineerm. And the Communist bosses do against M.880.000 In 1950. | n tm> connection. Argent im not wish to relinquish their grip Amounts imported into other has awarded hor contracts foi on it$ rich agricultuial produce. African territories might sevm building a 300,000 kilowat tharIllicit tlvisacilons still con.^mall—but the increases over ih WO aatitrk power .station 300 linuc between Western Germany previous year were remarkable, miles n.nh c>* Buenos Aires durand the Soviet Satellite Suu*. Kenya and Uganda bought ing the next three years. L*r K last May. before the Alliemade 13.000,000 compared with £850.est power plant In South Amena concerted dnve to close the 000 'n 1950; Tanganyika EM0,'\ > *' cost US million frontier leaks, they allegedly 000 agalast £271.000. Southern "' ."£ %  %  V* !" ", ." !" nc !' readied a rate o| £100 million Rhodes,* ^585.000 against £214Jg^J"J toaMll ^S2^ year. However, the flow has 000; Northern Rhodesia. £334.J"* 0 1 " ,"' now decreased, as the Western 000 against £108.000. And these J,^," „£?<£ wolfram metauthonues impoiq economic increase, are typical of those in rurv and prying,'„ wt .il at fruit penalties against offending firms, other areas In the BatttOBi ting communism's war potential, soclatlon. recently appealed to In B* ItXarismtL us part of the The result la that the IMaral 'he Federal Government to grant incoming flow of Ciermnn good-. Republic lg to-day redoubliin. UaJ ciedits" to German German motor*; are ousting BriteflorU to capture new market* firms seeking to n seubltth ish cars. ID the seml-industrialis.xi and themselve* there Slgnitleantty. tttrnughout tht under-developed COUntric-, mny The Middle Cast. Asia and w "ld. the general quality of them in the sterling area. South America have sin bSM f' 0 !" 8 ***L££ ^uJ.SZZ' %  The increase in her exports is vigorously toured by German ,^^08^*0^TBrtush deliver already striking. sssman, who. after ililng u P u ^ ^JJJ^'JJJ w^ more 1?!^ In 1850 they were £697 million, .>pportunltie-. were followed by bwaUM> ^ r^-nrmament's clainv In 1861 they were £1.174 milGerman missions. All have sue„„ ( Hntains Indu-lion, or nearly half Britain's eessfnlly prasasd German wares trialists are naturally alarmed This year. Boon trade officials into the nhop windows. The only means lo halt this comhope that the gain will !>e in Their salesmanship will grow petition, they say. Is to allow the proportion. more lntnae, predict the Ruhr Federal Republic to produee arm Coal and steel, machmerv ami '" e. nnw that they are regafnf or Western defence, thus usint. other metal products, electrical "n* their footholds, up part of her labour force and goods, motor-caraf pharmaceutir nr : fring a poKBihle trade raw material.^for the purpose. ,u recesaicMi when t*ie present world Even o. G' mpetltl>. ?nts chemi'^cession wneti wie |. ,. 1 mv rearmant boom abates, thev wish |„ ihe future, they consider, will' VOArc ..,,,1 wp ii an .i 3*JS '" %  " markets as rapidly as become a vital threat to BritainyMrS WeU a a iion.li wares p^m,^ expert trade if trie world's depcrscinality on the il. optical instruments. (ail ptOdtte tS, textile1Z h?.7f 2sVT t nm •""" J—""t* MI : nas %  *• Already in Egypt, cashing in mands for consumer goods sK.-At the same time (he Federal m „ nt |.nrttlsh feeling, the Feddown In any future trade rao Republic is employed on a big pr>1 Rj.puh.lle has been granted aion. For then eneh manufa.ahlp-buildlng programme aimed eontracU for building a Nile tuiing country would be at creating a merchant flc-1 r.r i )r idge. re-modelling of a Nile to battle harder to sell It ?' million tons by 1854. enabling Barrage and the construction of -as a matter erf economic life M her hy then to carry half her a Cairo power station Furtherdeath. News From IBritaiD By I1AVIII TF.MPtJV. ROBIRTS Whal has Winston Churchill achieved In the three monthh since h? became Prime Minister'' The question must have come to thousands who listened in Britain to his broadcast address to the United States Congress. The main achievement Is a change for the better In our national self -con tldenee Not so many people F--*-t 111 tli.-it LIMIT %  that the problems we face in Malaya, In Persia, In Egypt, and the problem of our own fidure prosperity, art* being bungled and butter-fingered. Whal I am reporting 1* a general impression — quite apart from party allegiance. The Labour Party which provided the Government for six difficult poat-war years had gently run down like a spent spring. Even the supporters of Labour who admired Its social programme and stood on the side of labour within the country, were coming to admit that the international force of the Atlloe Government had vanished So Churchill and Eden stand hitiii in popularity for their swustveinanl in the United States, for the sense of grasp they have on ..IT..n Winston ChurchlUs main aititcvoment la lo turn over all the perennial problems and look at the other side of them. The Far Eastern problem he seem* to have better In hand than any other man — his speech to Congress seemed to have an electric effect on Congress—there was a deadly hush while he steered uround the dread Mhjeet of the Chinese Nationalist Government. In the Middle East the Prime Minister has an original thought — American and French and Turkish token forces — a kind of reverse operation to the Allied token forces fighting IxTde Americ And so onare takun out %  in Korea. nil the problei imt dusted. So it is at home Bver-f UllUster has been at work reviewing 'i\<|i.^t eai deeihKHi."( Ii, Dl and asking the civil I number of questions. lilt will not be many Hfjfctflg ihanges of poln of l-iliiir*s poUcy in the Colonies will be endorsed, with some Of emphasis BUi appointment of .1 General in M. .],.>.. • • • When Parliament re-assembles %  t„ and of this month It will retlly bo the beginning of a new i'i! 1 rxpect Uial some very stringent economies will be made And the Socialist* will have to decide what they are niteinlnig to do %  bout t idles in Opposition. Winston Churchill and his govcrn1 jHiweifiil case foi economics in expenditure and they are arguing skilfully that the social services would not bo so expensive If they longer distributed to those not in need. The principle on which the Labour Own built its Health Service. Its family allnwancqs, and its food subsith.it everyone in the oountr] should neatvs I not only the nn-ly Misdlrlne is free for the rioh as well as the poor; baiter and milk are equally 1 the millionaire and the r* wife The best cur1 i". ..'i\ 1 aj gW a lareful re-appear a nee of some kinds of Menus Tot for the various social services Labour does not like the Means Test as a principle because, as the Conservalive "Times" remarked this week In a scathing article, it was applied with im-annesm the administration of the Poor Law in the past—and Ihen extended to ItttSfflploj. ment benefit in such n %  discourage self-help. I predict that iJibour will lose the battle against the Conservative logic of cutting out fsOCUll for the well-to-do. Their %  rgument is based on bitter memories—and now we have un c>ptimi-tic Government. I 1 : 'lung's going up; now It's gas** said the milkman who delivers at my flat And truly there Is a steadily rising iieiui 1 prices—which will certainly rl %  higher In the coming year. But I think that news must be uorim: to people outside Britain becau-e it is happening everywhere. Th:' ] only difference is that Uriti I w-ople do not know how fast and how far prices can rise. From 1 my own travels. I have come to! SW that the British voter iiaicell protected against! the facts of life—the rising cost Had perilous supplies of the bi, industrial cltii-i of the world. The Conservative medicine i*. to take away some of the "pro, tection•' from the British OstUM We will know, this year, how : t 1 goes—this new dose of austcrit\ have seen a fanciful %  v %  bOtlt n Brit | union that advised the employer's of Wolverhampton that If men who took time off lo watch a football match were required to make time up on a Saturday thei I "overtime must be paid" mean tiiK the wage* for "tlirr mil hair. At this rate the Bl Rl engineer would be getting a bonu for cutting work for the mateh. I On the face of it that Is how It I %  seine. But the truth is quite dttTerent. The employers are quit 1 pleased the Union made th.r .'tuinum crneiit It has cut dow>i I absenteeism because anybody ean %  00 that the employers have N %  troag ease against the engineei who plays about with productior soiiedulei. and then askBog bonus for if What would have DUKlO for absentees would be a "make it up another time ll'g .,1. the tame" attitude. Our ItYaih-rs &mj . 011111 un Archdeacon Shankland TilK DBATH Ol Archdi-acn Alfred flhflfclailJ ;' his n-sidence "Uplands". 3rd lk-lk'villc. removes one of Xhv most colourful figures in the Anglican Church in Barbados. He was 75. Alfred Shankland was one of those simple souls whose life was a sacrament and who for a perind cle upon half %  century gad t ( the material as well us the spiritual ni-eds of his fellows. His generosity of pocket was second only to his charI'Y f heart and in a life devoted to the Church he was an inspiration to those who knew him and amongst whom he laboured. Born in Enqland in 1877. he was educated at Warm ins ter College Wiltshire, where he took a first class in his Oxford and Camhndge Preliminary for Holy Orders. He was ordained Deacon at Gloucester Cathedral and 10081 after raised to the Priest! hood. After holding curacies at Oakridi?e and Berkeley in Gloucester, he sought work in the wider fields of the Empire. Coming to Barbados as Vicar of St. Davids in 1910. he joined the Cathedral Staff a year later. The young priest not only attracted attention as an energetic worker but as a fine preacher. Two years later he was appointed Rgjotor ," Single Plans Irons-l';" Double Ooogas— V't"—/"—!'* Socket Caiseav-V,-—H" W—V'—/.--!'* Screw Driver-—1" and 8" Stanley Pianos SpokesaaTas Hand Drills Vices C. S. Pitcher & Co. Hum IHI JaJJi of ihs Jowti ••/ ill London and Rtl Iwkl Coats... i .1 MM'III.IllMen's Double Breasted. Belted Style. Iiisliimrc Men's l.oose Fitting, Single Breasted. faohertline Men's Loose Drape Single Breasted, Slant Pockets. I.iulit's* liislniuiifoals Belted Style Slit Pockets Da Costa & Co., Ltd. V/ Thi> Crown Afr kU To The Editor. The AdVocatc— Sin With rajereoM I port on the debate m UM Legislative Council on the pipaster oi UM "Inveatuator/' which appeared In thl "Barbados Aiivwate" on Wednesday. January 30lh, I feel bound, m nirni to rnment*i Bpoki i Ihe House pi AawtrnUj, and in II poastble ml understanding*, h> Sapl I the isMorraei ihal ih' propfiii-i through the Crown AKrv.tI. tlM Colonies. 2. Duping ihe course of the <;<*baft In the HOUM Of Assembly . clerk in thr Sei-n^.u <' .• -i-ki-i • % %  lt.HI. -.•).' had, in fact, been obtained through the Crown Agenl* He nnf up the FMhagigs onu-er. who COD* llnned th,T ihe propeller had not iiern obtainext through the Crown Ajnts. Tht clerk nusheard him I SpokoMii.m in thr HOUM that the propeller hJ hi •fn-ough lluCrow whereas, of com ••>•. ha lb* reported ihat it had ast bean pui chased through the Crown Agent! hM th* CiJonn-s. i BJB, s.i Your obedient servant. II N.Tl'KNKH Colonial Secretary. Race Hatred To The Editor. The Advocate— SIR.—in view of OM *m %  %  Ireaaing conditions that now exist In this Island ..s the result of BM unret-iiked %  ad univstrult^l UM of "race hatred" as a political weapon to ensure success during Ihe recent election campaign, please permit me to muke ;i few remarks. To COm<> hrictlv tn UM potnl M ine st.ite straiRhtnway that such i* cordanoa with Almighty God's: Will H expressed in Hu Word, and that all who are swayed i y it inilki Iheeuwleei His opposcrs as Bataa did, MM) will perish WHh then II.,!., • eapon in the handf ^f the Devil "§od of this worlil". fin I %  it. While ihati UM nii*t tkes of the past, they cannot be compai<-u wtttl those of the present; DM excuse be made for the wilful refusal of the great majority, in these critical "last days" of tin. v. it Id. t<> i.t>ey the commandment* of Almiiehty God and of HiKing, %  But. strange a* it may sound, tton. hated %  world, whew "east mei I i Rudyard Klpltag) and men of aye?} colour and race t'nite In love. | nonj uid worship ol the or* Ing God r.nd of His Christ. His King of nuhteousiie** and peaM m His .lamiv New World. On. Ills shoulder the Qovi >>( 0M UKI> ise of His Qovernment %  nd peacs there shall be no t'ml. until UM knowledge Ol the glory of the l-OKD (Jehovah) covers the earth as the waters cover the sea. TRUTH. lot.thult MM Advocate SIR.—Our interest In local cricket lias laded. Next w cents to football. After remcmbcniiK what last year was, now fa th-' time that something should l> done to remedy the state of affair; and put Barbados on the footbal. map of the Caribbean. Only 1.11,1 year a Caribbean [OOtbeil Association srM and Barbados could not atford i. ultmd even ai an observer. Thi, year a Trinidad team leaves for Bl f l a B d .in.l jnuthvr for Jamaica. What I, Barbados doing' Keccntly a Trinidad Club team visited us. Barbudos went under. Grenada came to Barbados am defeated us .gam; Harrison College went to play Queen's Royai College and was defeated again The place where we arc suppowM to llnd our talent is In the school-. but their sttndard of football has reached a new low. They cannot hold their own In their d;vlsions. They cant even tind a player half as good as the Waleotts. Griffiths. Worrell. C H Williams. Couldn't some Kheroe be devised to make even oui players and others interested An appeal could be made to our stores and others asking their generous support or even a trip lo one of the small I create interest or cxt< i attention to the B.A.F.A.. search of talent. The B I claims agutnxt Weekes, King. Mullins. Hunle who have all reHnilMilf" Why cant %  omcthing be done" ]ni 'gin.-j Trinidad has an aver;.. Shields and Cups. Barbados h \ hope f> U'tur organised game* th CYCLES .11 SI III ( i n I I. The "DALE" MEASURING TAP IT POURS A DRINK. STOPS AND POURS AGAIN Imlispt'itMiihle in tinBAH Aim ill It DA COSTA & CO., LTD. BROAD STREET DIAL 4689 \. FAM. LONDON. Chiefs of Britain's cycle industry. wh< were flabberKasted to learn that their steel would be cut by nn average 20 per cent, from February 24th. expect shortly to argue their case personally with Mr. Duncan Sandy:, Minister of Supply. They dispatched their representative Major II. R. Watling to the Ministry. To officials. Major Watting stated the cast f the cycle manufacturers, requested a tot level meeting as soon as possible. To the Minister, the cycle industry's chiefs, vill point out that, as well as being dollar •arners. they are developing an expandin | export trade with Britain's overseas territories. Bicycles, they will argue, are vital \ • millions in Britain's colonies and other under-developed territories, where th' 1 native populations cannot afford other trans port to and from work. Bicycles, they will state, form an integral part of native life Production and export figures fro* 195! neantime, show that of the four million cycles the industry produced, over two and a quarter million were sold abroad. Preliminary estimates indicate that Malaya received 350.000 bicycles, value over | C 2,707.000; India 263.000. value over il 1.722."00; W Africa 195.000. value £1,643.000 K Africa 130.000. value £1.087,000; West Indies | 27,000, value £221,000. FINE nsaca ENERGY BUILDERS ALL BRAN. -Hiti.imi ii WHEAT \ S <.IN SCOTCH WHISKEY. RYE WHISKEY. WTOMI LOO SIIF.KRY (•OLD BRAID RIM Cocktail Tempters STIFFED OLIVES. I BERRIES PRINES i 111 I -.1 LOBSTER. SANDWICH SPREADS. M TS \< HOVIES In tlottlrs MEI.TIS FIGS MELTIS DATES I 111 I.St CRISPS. CARR S CRACKERS Insist on this Label ANCHOR KVAP MILK INCHOR MILK POWDER. ANCHOR BITTER SI \ h I Will! BTOll A Gl IWISS STOCT ,_ P/IO.VE Gonn.inos B/. DKUYER



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Till MOAT. JANIASV Jl. 1M. BARBADOS UiVOftTF PAGE F1VJ PAKISTAN FACES TEACHER PROBLEM AMBASSADOR SAYS The economy o( Pakistan ha?, up to the present time been r.sultuul. but steps are being taken to switch .• %  to industrial development, His Excellency Qari imnwd I... new Paklltan Ambassador for Bru tli world for partition Pakistan received b.trjinlnj and they had earn ma to elshl million to England, ret,,^, .„,, hardly hull that bnited States. Canada and VMIIWWIMMt Alllll\i;s If d llW numbir"in p:Kirr:n s had *"* ftttt in iho • i.,of th*., Imlrperui' x>! doubled. psaBBBl problem now .1 OOVMWMnt" he how lo procure trained tCKru/r* in the opening of a .* IIIK.1 itself is no probl in bMHa present population was aboul 9.000.UOO BS BSjeJu India's wh 320.000.000. Administration India hj.l inhcTiti'l J fully (quipped iidminislration while they in Pakistan had to start their "it to the background of '•t-vrirmeiit ir-mi Mnld %  HOD of Pakistan he said Uie nm '>'* months, they hid no it the lime of the partition jpssawitera. pencils nor pen. in if the sub-continent, it was **"'•> %  % %  < because Innn had i by the British Governrefused to give them their due and i ftent.iUves of the legitimale share which | and Hindu* would have -meed to ;it tht tin., ii homeland in the areas partitu a predominant. In spile of all those hardships. '^i-lims area was to bethey were tsl| able to m.ki%  Pakistan and the area of grand .ichievenicnt. Allh. i i rUnon would remain as moment, they had the ne\ work llUl1 ".. Native Mates tvvrj i attnani M I As legards the Indian native Letln*Amerles was UM M states, i*. was agreed Wiat they so far which had escaped could either loin the Dominion he of India or Pakistan and the Ambassador. was left to the rulers of As far as industrial development the states Hyderabad In" the i> concerned he said: "Wt haw I South of India had a Muslim set programme and plan ruler with 80% of the, population are aolns ahead with them Iwaj non-Muslim. bearing in mind not to throw The ruler of Hyderabad people out of wcrk ihn; c:,It-red into a mutual agreemaUsation because w ment, but the Indian Governaware of the fact th u one mach HIS EXCELLENCY g through th Bssiasi* W I kaM Ba: M< way to Brazil P.ki-lan Am if -hottly aft'i |. HIT MI Mhn %  Bti.-il (weajfthj bow Ue) walking arrived by thK s | Menihrrv on lu Bound Over Claim Laid For $1.113.0.5: For 6 Moulds Case Continues On Feb. 18 i future ah> -\ L. Walwyn told I iugh IndusJordan of V M rhael %  %  | iSSul 1X'^iui? "3 ^^"WsVaj5S.rtK £22*1 %  Hyderabad and took it h> I .rmi under the pretext tsiat n was the wish of the people and not the ruler which should prevail because the people were 80% Hindus. KsaTiooKteliffoi^ifflh: "as The ruler of Jiinagaih was a At the hmo oHhe .-ubli i.> Muslim ami aboul 7S oer rein P**stan Karachi 111 capital lhmael while ui HEAR] | DB dtbl brought lr ' ; e Rrd of St I V l> .in Connell of I.lurk Rock % %  Bd until UM 18th ol rabruan bj Hii Lordship Mr. Justice Q ITyloi %  — %  Tr, %  %  . BpS la] Jury was adjourne.l i appareni durti i %  tf -* %  —--%  %  m,, %  "* placed Inm on | >.hHSLrl > i ''i" ion wc %  "• intl.ctiiiw bodily harm on Conrad published the biggest sugar m,ll Mm* Wllh „ uf „ trttorB it Afla and iur hydro-fle.tiii both tn the Ej-f and Both offi Western wings of Pakistan are on Jit Jordan ... I ol Claim, ~, ,„.-„„„,i, U U.S. V ieitor I %  -, oIH'tll'l^ r ritt'l\ l '" W not u |" IIUB %  %  ot IV m ,, n noustho Hindus. Th< ruler of Junag:idh then acceded to Pakistan and India marched her troops into Juna• nme Ka<*hmere. with 83^ of her people being Muslims, but the ruler was a Hindu. Here i acceded to India and Pakistan told India that they had tstabliohed a principle that the ISh Of Ihs people mutt puiaUon of 300.000. now i it had re-.-h.xi 1J mill. WhllCh Asked why SS it thai UM West (Ml lie Indies could not gel Jute bags (or "landed and dsSChai sug ir from Pakistan, he said th .i Conrad Ishmael told (he court with the partition, thev had In'h-d <>;i January 24 about 8.10 a.m. IK I ib-d the areas which grew jute, he wa* on Whitehall Bo but not the area which prccessed heird n noise t. min| tn n %  ...;,nailer KS.U J £;• ""*y !" 1 *''", % d, fendant and left. rVraMiUiia, whan h L t V, useertslned. but" India sent heT ^ *"^d of the year. Shortb Sftai ba bad Uf; ba been living fo, 36 '' •' '' -mleld. iroops into Kashmere without **• SBB said that ba was favourheard aboul anoi ,Z**ff2S* ascertaining the views of the Qb| y impresseJ by what little he UM I me bouso and went back, vacation at the Mine I! "' .' ''""'. ,r people. had see.i of Barbados He had but 1ft! i. I lainlifl s ( Innn r'ree IMe'iiscite hiwevor noted th.it lhara wara '' %  idanl out of the house with Tl "ha plaintiff's claim Is Bar UM "This case his DOW BOIIC before n '" M on ,hc ^ acw r lhr ~ hlhablhim. WhUa ba if the Wl %  Smith Inc. .,,. $1.11305. monies due and the Unite 1 Nations who have sue. la,1,s which g.ivi. one the impres.l.fcndant Otltalda UM IMUSM BBS I1 1 '*''(ChMly of W fl in the tlef.iidant U UM 11 i ion thai Ihey were happy. Ii that defendant took OUl a pair of ood "t •*• .soanufactuW of *•!.• %  *!itT [ %  • the price of items of %  rin the Stal<. f Kaishtnere. India, although w ' rr "* ?""' ""' T lh„. I,.. t..ill..i'_,l >ti-t Kl._ ..: the principle of La has refused to withdraw her troops from Kashmara %  ayhu] that the plebiscite shtuld take place while th" India troops are KashnMra. Laal .lami.iry |05| at the Commonwealth Prime Ministers Conference In l-ondon. the Ccmiltb c untries suggested to %  %  %  %  %  . ma] itcurity of the State Of K era dorlnt the Plebiscite. realm countries niilti i nd their armed forcea but .t free plebiscite, lid r.-i ICOSBJ that position and • \ dinns sent Australian J: due sir Owi than ba batsavwd ihai hLs people who wenliving in th<" island would be happy too. — jf his pocket and mad* li?' nls '"" Induirtrtal mn several stabs .,; him wIUl It Ho *•> i-l"csent tft. was wounded tai the left arm but P 1 *" 1 1 MUJ the wound was t>, trivial that hMr %  mn Uvad n did not go to B doctor. ** nt over to Amentlna as a Ten Cartons Of Beer Stolen Ten cartons of beer were stolen £rom the warehouse of Messrs S. P. Musson. Sons It Co. Ltd. .• about. 10.30 a.m. on Thursday laat. The incident was reported Lucreta Blenman said ih.n me l '" in tradesnii ttefandanl came Into has iMdnon "%£* '' ..nd threw her out of bed. He 1 r %  i ; |,.-| : i and del ft •' %  UM plaintiff to the deln St Michael on Ihc IHln but of May, 1MB. .nd for further moniea lecelved by the defendII i Be svenl ibis pis 70 UaSe Planee At Sea well l-asl ^ ear American muthed down al Siawelt Airiaii In 1951 Tii. v broughl : H seiigers—1,140 males anntili planas vilh 281 passenger Pot iha i %  iniwed in j"it M i American, w Dutch, 3 French, i mblan three <•< > i %  II %  i II irnanlan, two Bwedi %  one Danish one B| from Argt ntlna No I'asM'liters \ an Buajaa '.< %  m> I'.mama. Sweden, Denmaik. *i untlna I Siwii. did not bi passengers. Of the others, tb. Hritish brought 2,203 passeiiei i. and took 1.B17. Canadian LSM and look 1.4W9. American 48 ami u>ok 41. Dutch 72 and took Hi French I 432 and took 1,201. Ni.i ..ntl took 12. Colombi in :t and took 41. Honduran foul and look 25 %  eta were 434 Btl I 181 BMtOf vessels, 13 yachls. Ihrei training ships, and 363 schoonc. IhmiiK th. year 971 passpo.twere Issued as comparetl with l 14 1. n< wed ..• u 1 ired with MS) Additions and .'I lersllons were made to 270 j-a pisrta as against 105 in 1950 Ten visas wrre granted bi iei Ulng to iinti-h Mrri •' rn .,> .,,i.,|..,irl with 22 III III %  1.114 travelling permits were >>KM ax read for IBM tin number was 1.15V Issued and Of Iha permits 5B3 were Issued for passages to Trinidad. 233 St. Lucia. 55 to Dominica. 102 |Q llrilish Cuiana. 72 to St. Vlneenl in M OranadS II to Antigua. I. 10 Montserrat, ten to St KitU. CM %  to Tolmiio and one to Nm. %  Mis Sci.n itilf M ol Mi1 Playing fteU To IU> Opt tin/ Soon more thins Irinldad Bha had tonne sold in %  local Itori she said was "n was not satisfied until %  <• v s ojollari in th* 1 was gener.ttl> mbn beautiful M hei than Trinidad by Harold Roett. an employee of „,,,"/: the same llrm. Village, THE I'layinK Field at Sergeants same ErncM Morris of Endeavour. St. James, reported ihat a number of Christ Church, be opened. The pavilion ^ pie ted a few weeks ago ecasrU] i>i Frank rarpetiterl tools valued $6 72 was nt ld prepared and fenced Tin Craham frcm the United Stabsa „tn|en frnm the to->l loom al HardP ,av n Field Committee are to to go into the matte. They had WO(1< ) Allcv City between )l 00 meel lo J'tide when the Held will already presented their reports to a m otl saturdav and B 00 a m te officially opened. the United Nation* UIKHIK and 011 Monday. They'are his property Th Pavilion of the Playinn reeemmending the with, raw ii Of N. Challacombe of Rockle'v. Fl ld l Ellerton. Si. George, is altroops in order to held a free Christ Church reported that "a r dy built, but there is no elecpleblsclte. Paki;tan had accepted handbag valued $10.50. containtrlclty yet. Before this field is ihepositio-i, but India ha.l refused. j n g various articles, was stolen ready lo be opened to the realWith regard to Pakistan, he from the counter at the Colonnade dents of the district, bowet 1 raid th. 1 he was proud to see that Store. Broad Street, at about 11 10 Held has to be levelled. I ago when most of the of the world were fcrced 1 y world conditions tn devalue its ihc only bi Asia and one of the few in the world that did not do Tuesday BO. Currency Values Pakbtan boug:.: the i und lor approximately 9J rupees while lndn bought it for approx40Fot Unlawful Possession Of Shoes Muriel Fields of thr DEATH DUE TO PNEUMONIA Ashby I St Dr. A. S. Ashby who ti. ,,.1. Michael, was yesterday Hncd'40. S i*t mortsni examination on tsi 5n by His Worship Mr C. L Walwyn body of Joseph Cumbarbatch 1 who found her guilty of the unTudor Bridge. St. Mnha.l . O.HI III LAM'AM I R P s • Hf.lu.rU from HOW night It for S|. That therei aDO ur. Police Constable Scar! mid show Iha stability of lo | d lne poyf, tha on January 28 UM Oorarntnenl financially. nc MW the defendant with a ba\ket under her arm walking alonn INQUEST TODAY FURNITURE. HOUSE BURNT d furniture and othei ar His Worship Mr. t A. Method, JJ, %  NrMl ll B lt g. the seeple af Hiyh'sli.-T ^te'stopped'hVrMKi Mj" Kg 1 !" !" "' ,>l ,nr A %  hoU l-.ki.un air more -otldly behind (n l|lc ^^^ WM a „\g 0 i |,| )l0 k will continue the inquest concernHill was ,,.,, HMsr floversimeit than any %hoei ing the death of 54-year-old St. Ore on Tuesday nigh! olhrr courtiy In Ada and very Hc „ sk ,. ( (lP| how %hr nad „„. Clair Alleyne Of SI James to-day j s owned %  li-w In the world" he said: Ho h „. -,],. „t %  • on. | MO 1 much *o thai ver recently they Hunte h.id given them to her. LaiAlleyne who was admitted 1 hid lost their most popular ct „ rheck showed that her Story the General Hospital on the mornMichael, fought .1 blaze at the Prime Minister the late Mr. vo% fabi,. Ing of January 24. died later the Mm e to;. 1 LUKiuat All Khtii and e-en the Before fining Fields. Mr. W.ilsame day. Dr K. Simon who perTuesday and saved a field ,ici> (lure Of saeh a pn.mlner.t W vn told her that shop lifting formed the pest morteaa examinfrom destruction %  nan In the .ommunll* did net must slop and that if she appenrod Btlon said Ihat death was di :> %  disturb the eaulllbrium ef the before the court again she mixht a blockage in the left ventricle or pro) i-*unlry. be dealt with more BSfl • the heart. same address. For a dwell%  u 11 Banli Rail 1 from June iota to December in4 t„ .,„ ml of siieoo. mg 1 IK Hall ( %  ; %  . m of si2s.ooi %  fro 1U48 t > %  1 ilQt %  f Sllol'5 sd 01 lo Iha dwellbi %  • iving liiih.ni • I 1161.09. The plaintirr also claims th." I -...,, bold n At on thiJSl.oo. makniK u giand total of I the deArlirles Bail gill %  PI to tt|.' tin Statement ..1 'mill purchased 1 '' " '!" %  .. Iicli %  u ,n tj... aintiff, bul d.-iiu-s, with the exM h She I urchased having been delivered any or the other articles whic.i 1 s plalnufl .. . .,-. particulars of her Claim. 1 %  defendant admits lecelvof $279.00 as set out ol cJahn in the .nti ol.ir. fOl amounts received %  %  %  % %  r < .. „,ii-. Iha plaintllT was and still is tr, IT iii the sum of is mad.• %  • %  -.,,,.... %  '* '" ""' Pfyraaw ol 1 1 %  lo the dwel M7.HO. i -um 0/ I] • an parr s f'rofr.snor Pay* first Call Nan* T Petal Q Bakei .,, Hn it.ih-1 An rtt ana who ha% been living m Bahla r bare l ird UM % S Argentm -. lerda] The mlddls sgod ee ti thru am] borno sfti ith> vacaUon in 1 I s I'rt-fessfir Maker snd his Bfl are the founders ami din U 1 '• %  II. .11 College in Bah 1 been -i< ti nt of M< K. 1,/1. College I l Protestant ool In Sou %  %  %  : hi t 4 Ha "iii asaufl retj 1 ProlasBor Baki 1 %  years at the t Oewt %  %  ba was th %  iha departmanti rh 1 language ami Brujlish Ui M •in mgh hii csraei i-^ hh will 1 1 Bjoyod ewn pit w,. srers wen cored I ..he food K.^-I and eont f o n %  where", he told the "Ad day was his first VIM Barbed He passe* through beira on %  > tout %  %  %  .i. ago but did %  ashore as the ship had called (Ol %  -^' houi 1 1 !• % % %  lining that 1 I In dj when I SIIW th,. .l.\ n Ml bhlg 1 0BM aU UM t-ittom of the SBo 1 He seemed fasclnaMd as h %  round tinanMarl 1 > 1 dados is a km II renunda ma af Uahin where the vegetation and the w;i o much alike" %  BT Baker and Ui * f pi to %  Orne hack t<, B^rliedo %  Beauty on the Bed IVIKtVKAR (ANDI.KWICK BF.DSI'RF.ADS Shadts of Ously Rosr. UgM Blm>. t;,rppii. Illur GtU 70x80 Each S22.IHI QBSCIAN COTTON BKKSPRKADS in Blur, (irrrn OtU, Pink. SO ins. x 100 ins. Each IU.T1 70 ins. x M ins. Each $12.15 Eill.KWEAVK BEKMPREADS in Ruse. Blue. Gr.cn. 70 ins. x 100 ins. Each ISM CAVE SHEPHERD & CO.. LTD. 10, 11. 12 & 13 Broad Street I STIItllltllllK FOIIN1 MS pi sESTEKBROOK NIBS I STOI.AN HAIR (HI \\l \BIE( VITAMIN DROPS II AI.IVI IC Oil. I VKISTKRIII. DROPS PETBOL HAMS JACK & %  Jill. I oidii SYRUP l.l'liivs COUGH DROPS I IDONAL (In Rh.-um.ili.ml KNK;HTS LTD. The food for famil* FITNESS Th VitSit.il.* in ih* lood ,oo •si tie not slwsfi iol*i^-f'i A lull* Mumiu Mdsd to Ssvourici. Sou pi Siewi jnj v vsnetf of Sandwiches, nhalp to make up for ih* dvfldtniv Mirmilt conu>t, Vitsmin B. esuntisl fo< b-ud ln| up snd ii psrtKuUriy food tny tor gro-MMg .' ,. Dsltcioui on hot butit loan MAR MITE IMI VITAMIN IIAil [XIRACT llurin4 4i* After an at lark of •FUJ I TAKE BOVltIL ma MORE AND MORE MEN ARE CHANGING TO . K' SHOES DAILY Because they have become convinced of K's Superiority. MERE ARE THREE Ol Till. MANS VERY GOOD REASONS I OR THAT SI PI.HIOI1ITY: (1) 'K' SHOES .n. n ,. I. in, III thi inn-si leathers obtain. ,,. handti tad lor Btxlblllty ud Mcuratdy graded by sktllr.l i.iitsincii. (2) THE IPPEDS ,,l K' SHOES arc selected, handout and niauln.i by exparii n i I enftf> men with a care Ihat no machine could imitate. (3) 'K' SHOES madi ova lb* lainous 'K' PLU.S KI'lTIM; EASTS with the heel-parts one fitting natTOWW than the lore-parts. The ensures a clOM 01 ;it tht lucl ami freedom lor the tow Why not miniin mill lie litu-il uilh | puir of lhc\. uorhl l.i us SIMK'S ? W'v lire sure you'll say like nil ilir oilier K' uearrn:— IEE NEVER WEAR ANOTHER SUOS HIT K' PRICES C57 nn C\, ,FROM i 17.00 10 %7.'.bi nan i i • HARRISONS DIAL 2664 %  all Distributors for K SHOES in llarl.i il. s. | •I IIII WHIZZ At the first siKn of a COLD take A WHIZZ TABLET. T.ik.unolli.i rveiy loop hours till reUtvad REMEMBER : mr ONE Will// Dill S THE WORK OK TWO ORDINARY TABLETS (STOKE & lNOf LID -Aosiu.. _-.



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CAGE six BARBADOS ADVOCATI. THURSDAY. JAMAIV 31. 1M. 'CLASSIFIED ADS. FOH IIKVI' Claim Laid For SI, 113.05 ;; TCLEPHONi ISM [UTUl* W Bnaa>ernenl j lil CirB ( %  %  r >• NmW *l wo.d. Dili) rur. C.:-.ter frVi- "sfi. Al-TBIT WAXKlANM Ar.4'.c Renrrlia. i| > f..ncii lane, pl-cc * M.ch— 4N. H CORDON MtHHAV OKO'I IN MFMO:;MM I OIK BALE \i nitioTivt: v. ... ha prr'arl ccnM.i.ly Oereid E Ward. Jeer., Jn C.afwaw HIM lr CAW ISM fv*.i< Bada n tx — ceUen. i v M.PJS. Dial Mi. Jvte, Mi| Mt. V()i\w vtit om* %  *• M> in star h. RopreaBe Rprta*; "em*. term. A ARM* CO. ^ HOI SIS i i nq u %  at Gamean. 4 bed%  Well* at Phec.c Mil or l I'WIWJI IfUNtU Coral Band* Wart bin %  wim 1 Linen OOud a.. I. particular* pW> Alaa*. La*h..-.. ( raj BBBJBJ for M uwl COMI Road %  and rr diff*wton Good M>> PTw>nc tW miMii TWO lAitor. root. FtOOM-> ru.nlehed. running n*r. with or •i.iniul tin.I. 10 minute* o.lh I.. Y.ch.l f < W'otftidr Garden. Dial UM B 1 Ml f n FURNITL'KK 111 A lit*. Chair*. Chaira and all aorta al ydof lorn* A RARNEa MIRROR a..11. MECHANICAL IfreiaVh'Jfn 1 It (•tatar*. M*vnrd MUM JBon-i"-l. IN araae Ltd M 1 Mb SINGER SEWING MACIUNK .Traod'r -Very little uaad. m-nplet.. ilh |.t. iir Cut-work and Embroidery Anl M M> L i .. nch PIMIf SALES > fr.ni ptir a the plaintiff lo the defendant for thiuse .nad.. FliIi <.i.i>c ahar H . T Co l.i.i *) ihatr. Daib %  V.TI. %  .' I i -.': 4 MISCELLANEOUS "Til rol.r*HKa • W4(IV A *hlp'nt of in*. p..|> u ur LAIIWAX I LEAN ER AND POUSH Ju.l arrive <<>d Can %  no* li* nr* afWi ualad UHWAX 'rail* maivrlloui %  Dial *"-: (laraea. 15 1 1 - Thr % %  •I up lor aal* at Publi. Fndav the 4th Ha ..I *>' %  I p.m at CamntVi 4a nifd rvrrd t Crlirua'V nlaalMaM I ftr Cii .l> II l ii at ... tor laUna Ml. J. F. Fainm M-i %  a i u~4n BICVCI .. B % % %  •, Rrda! X.t>lx i> Ldch*. llaiulta tliip.. Tlouaer Ikindt Trr uM Tuba* Uiurv Daaat at Co. Tudar Hreat I ho-* arau %  i r] -, PN-DAH WIN line R.II BUndtnl t.ona aquarr fret nl land to~h .1...1 r.-nialninf ihrvc badrn n nal. breajkfatl 100m. llvlne n-mi and k>U> ruptioardi Tiled bath Bad vM>* room and fara** InapecUon ..pplu-alii>f> In Mn H"i"n Kolfr Trlr%  J 4411 tk Auction on Pti-n. th*lh Fch ruarv at XV p.m at the i-Tcol the WW "4LK Hrav. ILialilv Hp,,i, ,||h lovely P.n4j.Older? dea>n In dlHeient ahadea Mwide II 9 >ard Vlall K1KKAI-ANI U H HOT WATER ON $ curt AIirNT* arc m.vi,. %  fl' and rraee by Uktne aedara lot faraaaal Chiiatmma OieaUnd Carda -tid Calender* Or. requen. Um Ptayliia R-eorda and Tl npM cxd and wa bead ordrra tooA. "MINTS 4. Co. Ltd. IIIJ> ktm. MAKR-l'v 1 11 .onillpetlun. Hht. !" ii,n, Indigeatton. Kldnr> and Bladder Diaaeaa*. end aiudvar. Price I/, bo* KKIOHTt ?.' HL1TCAI4BM liar*, attarhe ei 'i|ht. double loena. MM A I1AHNES *, <<> IT,> M I M tin ADdol Capauaaa in e*a>' 1'Haan.n A. %  !. D. and'O K^ltlfT LTD !'l IH II MMIII.S HAKTIiV COURT--A bunaali"nale at Rout'. DUtdet W Cleonff. •tandina an IdBt aOj.-ir tart of Inr.c! hooar contain, drawlnl and dlnirf rooma, t bedra*fi.< kllrhen. lotlet and l>ath tnapecUon by appou %  undaruaned Tfcpn.p-r1< ill • %  ..n fie aale br Public ComDetiliim al Office Bbenhcrd HI. HMda aW n Fndav rehruary 1M at I p m vi%  -' 1 orwrtth T-, sart atiu Tha The defendant daimed 1 fl aiainat the pl.iintin.hum to • qual the> wud debt of $279 00 due '*> the defendant, and in adDltioe Hied a counter claim for the nun of M2, belnc balance of the amount due her ufter deducUng the amount of The plaintiff* claim Counter Claim The plaintiff In turn defends thcounter claim, joining uarue with the defendant on her dcencta. As to the set off ttoned, the plaintiff says that the defendant is not entitled to rf against the sum of fl.113-01 luimed. The plaintiff admit", as to the $51.72. the remainder of tinsum of $169.72, and further udmlta that the Mid sum of I&1.TI was expended on hr behalf by the defendant She hower denies that she is Indebted the defendant in Ihe sum of (62.62 or any other nun <.s alleged -: It ...1. In opening the case for the Lilainttff yesterday momlnn, M Keete told the Jury that the matter waa purely a question of fact, nod therefore Involved no law. They weuld hear that the pialn' N in Barbados from In 1947 •ccornpa Husband who %  inig the same yeai. I uitiff returned to Canada in May 1918, she agreea 10 sell the defendant BOOM of her and the pJadBtifl was ..llt-giriK that she not paid at all In reapect of Iht furniture. Plan,mi Recalled Aftt-i hi, i.n.-f dutllne -t the to Heece tiiUcd Mrs. Reld. the plaintiff. u( Endeavour. S 1 he came to Bat 1 ad tb< MUi April IMT. Bh was accompanied by her husband who was in. The) brought IS (rates i,f furniture %  fith them. They lived first at Mlsa Blanch" JS !i'; h „.",".".', uk-> %  rVbruacv. 1*S> The M V DAKRWOOO .u and paaawnaar Mt Lucia. SI vim ,, and Aruba. fcailind llUi> BUi r.tx.^a.. isat Tha MV i'W.lKA -Hi aeaaaal carao and paaaaadlar a A.aunaa. Montaeina Snu and Bt Kato Data *( aailwi.. ^ ppointment of David K. G. Bru.c. now Ambasaodor to France, to b Under-Secretary of Stite. A Committee spokesman said aoi tors wanted to question Brvea. M aid this was the usual procedure NEW YORK SCRYICE 1 S2T?5? %  "'' ,h J -n"">-arneea Rnrbadoa 1th ra*euary. INI A STKAMCH ..,., | JU| rebeua.y-arriee. Barbados SW. rveruarV. ISM %  nAat • HTRAMEft Mia fmucRl 1 • NEW ORI.FANS RERV1CK %  JOUi January.ima. li a rkjaSBi V I'tn February arnvra Parbadoi H January. MM. 1 FWdjruary. IMS h ratteuary. itil CANADIAN RKRVltB Sill II DIM Ml SIB. f *B.B ;i tlng for such an important job—t'.P. "ALCOA pvnrrANAH ...\ PIOHSCR 'AI^)A n^STKK A BTBAMElt A imAurn A NTXAMSJt These veaaeU havr iirr.iiw %  %  aq m raataaan) IB Pat raarj SRI M..i ( -b lih sian-h S3rd Arrive* Barbada* January Mlh bruaiar lib PMmiary tlnd GOVERNMENT NOTICE ROBERT Tllt.M LTD. — NEW YORK AND OULT nKRTIUI. AFPLTv_DA ()STA CO.. LTD—CANADIAN REKVICS SALI Noricr %  .., aarsfcaaMl lr olHea. N BrlddBtoarn. on Tbaradar at lanaa.y. ISM, al > p m ma oeeiraDts bulldlna lot of land conUlmns ITM4 %  ajuerr lee-t or thereabout, altualc on ana el Rendeoou. Hill lyma lo the r-a.i -.1 and adlacent to the land, of Cloud Walk the esaadenea 0' Rlr Dudley teneb The le la In within n reach 1 ol Ou> Galf Club and command, a beautiful view Pn. further particular* and condition. ..I i.ie aH>i br— COTTLB. CATPOHD A Co. BolWltO Ml 51 ater nn.\til and went Into their home at Bank Hall Cross Road. They got the lunnture liom Uie Customs and set up hi Her husband who died in OrILP. No. 82G23. Applications are invited for the post of Assistant to the Attorney HI the l riI.r.R1Ut" arith Uw I.ml therrlo ^ontalnlnd I road. S parci. or fheeaboute adlalnlna llr Banxoft ml. danca at Lower Poniabelle. Tha hou-e contain* dnwnataln. drawing and diini breakfart If arbour Log In Carlisle Bay D rt sen flardenii %  Pilllp II Davld.on vaaivALa U v it liiatar l tona Uvaara.ua* Pul-. 114 lo-It.. i 1 1 h %  •cli Untied V.rl..i ^, I qiALIEICATl()NS: Barrlster-at-Law -.ears experience of the Courts. Quarters are not provided, but a house allowance to overseas officers will be payable equivalent to the difference between rental for privately owned house and 10% of his monthly salary subject to .i maximum of $50 per month In the case of a married officer and $20 per month in the cose of on unmarried officer. Precise amoun" to be paid also depends on type of accommodation obtained. Free first class passages on first appointment for the officer and us family not exceeding five persons in all. Sub)ect to review at and not as a permanent right to the officer for officers lecmiU.l in the British Caribbean free passages on leave after a tour Of 2' %  \eurs for the officer, his wife and his children not exceeding the coat of S adult fares to his place of recruitment or in lieu free passageon leave after a tour of 4 years, for the officer, his wife and his children not exceeding the coat of 3 adult fores to the United Kingdom by normal aea route or such sum ns may be fixed by the QtWartrot Applications must be made on the prescribed form (Form P/l — Application for appointment in the Colonial Service) obtainable from ihe Sectetariat of the Colony in which this notice is published and celved by the Colonial Secretary. Red House, Port-of-Spoin, Trinidad, up to the 15th February, 1952. ^ 13.1.52—21) nrl Write eorrertlv and with *tple Join the %  •"t-ls far fluent I %  I .fi . H i ir.riiF.to. InUhui: W -ihufy Road, for | • ture* to be n1 you at home lo $2.i n [tr month. First Payment ". Enrolment heap. 4 So p.m.— 6.90 p.m. Monday -Ratorsar • >i ;.' //////////////////////,*,'.^///////A^V///VA'.v,



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111! RSDA1 MM \RY U, 1S2. BARBADOS ADVOCATE PAGE SltVEN HENRV \oj BY CARL ANDERSON FLINT OF THE FLYING SQUAD .... U i J^v— BY ALAN STRANKS ft GEORGE DAVIES BLONDIE BY CHIC YOUNG FLASH GORDON BY DAN BARRY IOHNNY HAZARD BY FRANK ROBBINS BRINGING UP FATHEh BY GEORGE MC. MANUS r -...,. %  fQ i mo i ..-_•MAT IN TWE •iTOOK>JC7WTUT-TUTNf>* THI& oc r& UOKB UKS rrA VEtTV f>STiNGLiSWEDLOCMHG HAT.' RIP K|P-V BY ALEX M*VI ASrft£X fk-AT VCJ BOV.' I 3ENTrTV0*-VY \A CALLED THI HAWK*.. exECUTiONSC/CNCE 0^1=080, •CNGICOlUICt J X..NOV A HUM01I iMON, AT 1/ — N. LEAST PCS TE AACMENT OP TUS bHEi* EL KA2AS.' • TUB ~^A-.D vOu vy 5EE • %  v *-EN ^ fMG'K EL KA7A0JV0J SiS M ft P H"i3 Qu*D I WAS PLVINO / UNLESS I 9MCW-0 DiC'DS roses.' ^^^CTMEBW 66/ ..IF PHANTOM BY LEE FALK a RAY MOORES $ ft.; r I *l ( I! good looki tell yon they're/!** ri>iW. i. i know, ton. \. % %  ii nu look at the price tag. lli .t you cn"l art hnrr value, lllustrati-d i* a T\ o-tone .feign. Tied to •very pair i the .U'.n \Uutr UuAraulee Shield— ihe aif which mean• ju-t riiihl'f Look for it ira leatUo|, -torein liarbadoa. made by JOHN WHITE means made just right IT PAYS YOU TO DEAL HERE SPECIAL offers to all Cash and Credit Customers for Thursday to Saturday only SPECIAL Ol I I IIS „.. now Milblr ill our llruiirht-N Twrrsiide. S|.. iyliKlon % %  and Siwuu Sli %  %  %  I'msllj NOW Usually Raisins (per lb.) M Jars Cup Kail Collee 77 Bacon (per lb.) 120 MM Tins Walls Oxford Sausages 69 Processed Cheese (per lb.) 89 HO Tins Frys Cocoa (| lb.) 50 Now 72 GO 41 Bottles Frontenac Beer 26 '21 Fresh Beets and Carrots SOr. per lb. D. V. SCOTT & Co. Ltd. Broad Street I ii i: c o i o N \ \ i i: Mini i mi s U c^rn^to^t^nci^za i Ws taks plsasurs In announcing Ih. opening oi another up-to-dats Book Shop and Statlonsry sltuoMd in Ins tranquil atmosphsr. ol Gt.y.ton. VlUag.. Balmoral Gap. This gap run. oH th. Halting, main road lmm.dlal.lY oppo.ll. In. Ocwm Vlsw Holsl. H.r.. lor th. conv.nl.nc. ol visitor, lo th. Island and rssl Usrits ol Ih. .urroundlng district, will bs found all th. lowt in Book, and English Magailn.. that thsrs is to bs r.ad. Soon. w. ilso hop. to stock th. mosl popular American Magailnss. In Ih. lin. ol stallon.ry ws will havf .v.rything posslbls. while local .ouv. ulr. wUl also bs In .lock. Th. "Barbado. Advocats" will bs on MU hsrs svsry day sscspt on Sundays. ADVOCATE BOOK SHOP STATIONERY GREYSTONE VILLAGE. BALMORAL GAP. HASTINGS.



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AMERICA, U.K. MUST WORK TOGETHER £5* 4 Power Proposal F "Most Hopeful" I IIIIMM ^ IH.%1 (By EDWARD JACKSON). I „ LONDON, Jan 30. PRIME MINISTER WINSTON CHURCHILL .i. ^} ld the Commons on Wednesday that he tfiougiit that BriUin and the United States should work together in the Middle East just as they do m the Far East Chuivltill ,ai.i. i luivc uevM Im.i fctg* IMUHA HUM v ahould PUQ I ame for us in the IfioV die But1 tliink iln> ihould not tat thr inhjrrl nf i bargain Both OHM >IH>UI.I be ..rah frith on their nii'iits and both etmm an pivtty strong when look ad at on their merit*. It is certain that if Britain and the U.S. are known to be acting together, difficulties, will by that very fact, be substantially reduced, and possibilities of peaceful arrangements will be greatly strengthened. It is certain, also, that the main interest of the Communist oligarchy in the Kremlin is to provoke <>r. at least, suggest divergencies between "MOST HOPEFUL COURSE" the Middle East Defence ComChurchill said that thr pro. mand to be joined by Egypt posal of the Four Powers for was a "most hopeful"course" yet suggested. "Now that we I no longer have available thos,.' ( former Imperial armies which existed In India, the burden or the control and security of the international waterway of the Suez Canal Zone is one which must more widely be shared." Churchill said that such a situation "would be us General £dd being m the "wrong tr HI thr wrong place and m the wrong time." Churchill recalled that hi* rc"•enl remark before the U-S. Congress that iiny breach of the %  %  truce would bring prompt resolute and effective action U t bMn int*rpretcd widely in thf US. and heic ^t meaning that lliilain agreed under certain conditions to air attacks on China. He said, "those words do not represent any decision* arrived ftl djUUg-pur vwii. But they do express fully, the spirit i„ which we -hall luce our difficulties together. The Primr Minisier said that the Kremlin ahould compliim-v. tti not only for over-running half of Europe and all Ctnoa, but on having pegged down throughout the globe a much greater force than the Atlantic Powers have so far been able tn gather themselves to defend the civilisation of th-? HIS EXCELLENCY Qsu Mohuamrd 1-.. PakmUii Ainl....dor for Br i Adam*. Leadrr of tlic HOIKC of A-.x-m>>ly. yr->t*>rgay at thr horn* of Mi i next to the Ambassador Mr I-.i was InUsn-it Uirough Barbado. yesterday by ili Argeuriw up bis appointment •ntii Mi (1 II •ho i. itandlng I Hi ii] to las. Anwest. %  suiter Vbrelgn fseajretarj thony Eden told questioners Chamber that he hod tiled unnwte aai fu l l y to persuade th/ us to let Japan make Its own chole WINSTON (IllhC llll I. <>n Plata ;t France, Tunisia Aim At Reconciliation BY MAX WINTFR TUNIS, Jan 30. France formally proposed on Wednesday the resumption of peaceful negotiations with Tunisian leaders on more self rure for this simmering North African Protectorate. The French Resident General, Jean DP Hauteclncque, presented the French proposals to Sidi Mohammed El Mm. the Bey of Tunis at his paiace near here. Premier Mohammed Chonik also was presenl. ry^ — ,— Greece. Turkey May Soon Be JX.A.T.Q. Members 25-minute matting a qua outlined the French attitude arrived At in his three days of discussions with two top French Government experts. TinKi.ui. DM is understood to contain a request to U order the return f f tns accomplished and order If restored in thr rml-|.>m IVotrctornte. Hie French said that new negotiation* by a mix*vt c would begin on Tunisian demands for fl latg"*r measure of .clfgov As thr lcadi %  : %  %  IV-: police and strong! > .rmed military detachments extended the search for NatlonallM agitators, arrr ammunition in areas where last toting had occurred. Ten %  <;i ||vi more than fOO injured. The mam operation --jutted from Cape Bon. where some r*nf known arrested at Blxerte I fence" Pact!' N'aval Base. 30 miles northwest of here. where Arab sabotage has stopped five days ago. U.S. Admiral Appointed Atlantic Naval Chief Muslims Welcome Pakistan Ambassador HIS Ea i %  Mi hammed IM WH wvttjottM i bj Muslim Association when h< i through i" %  itt.i/ii H row M. n K the Amhessa%  •i !n. .,-.• %  -king During tat nju lion the hop %  that in UL not I cm in laut futuuWest In mild al* %  %  %  Replying Mr speakers for UwHi MtCtUttQU .oth tn Inn -. %  !! ,,i . .1 il. had made WASHINGTON. Jan. 30. President Truman WfJ directed Admiral l,v: i rs AUanl I i Commander to i.iki* over u killed North AHantk Iti I the Atlantic. nig smt ii Cormlok'a appotntnMatl M m saa saiwsHarstausly .u thg WlUta HaUSa -'lid in L-iiidoii Truniiin v-ruto JlcCocnrfi K to t.ifcebarai bf "thii • % %  a u tan tommiiii igc J oi "I have informed tinStanding Group o( the North Atlantic / .'.im mm l ili issue a directive to you ecro mg your authority ii putu.hilities and Allied i the Atlantic. Yoi c. mmandei Ihe Weat %  .. .1 Sun* p riu I'ia< QI ,;.i\. y %  ver mill federal 1 I %  I felt i vinurk't lust II" In .\i|. n British \ %  WUuaW a Deputy Commander \ British I ndies. %  rrifuj to "if -ci> i f ihe Amtrtcan Admii I'. McCormi.k tn be Suprame Aiiii Naval Commandai in tni Mi Churchill v.ould have irffn "varj UBforliinati'" il ll d .,r< %  Bell %  tinued Hi 'i | ha iced that i IJ m .in. Atlantk i %  ippotntinenl of lii.h.n Vice I Nn Willi A 1 l-i Ian Allantu —tll.P.l %  I 'i %  pre ant which Wiev in Imii.i luntiR thr 4| yen %  W.I. Nation Hi' lhat wTeat Indlai II iii Mi Bug i loi % %  'nail \-Hiat(oi 'I" th.King Sees South Pacific' LONDON. Ji.n 30. King Geotge wrinl theatre Wednesday night for the %  he Kin.il family SB IM th • "Souti P;niiu". The King aSBOl lad 'i Queei Euaabath ..mi Use D ik of Edinburgh to tinl)miv Lai %  Diarh the aw of it nf the Prim Philip -II tbehj im. i at I %  TinKing laughed haartlh and during the knlei atarv Mary Martin. WillI %  ( Archdeacxin Shankland look place at ; St. Michael's Cathedral NtaVl*] rftaflUOn Ul In • %  i! %  Large and representative gattuning drawn from every wcttoii of Ihe communitycceUencj theG vermn %  • % %  i rcproienlaxlbyBjajui Dennis Vaughan his A.DC. .; i r> played Han fl*l Larga ind O Rrt In the |jrd. ii though it be, i 11 We %  r. .1*111 i mi th ii s/e ha reu llttj to furthe .t Coun* ll\ .lllli %  %  %  "t ntacl tint >'. | out onto I t EXO H i % %  |il mil ; • hei mm .III us I i-d. thia4.y aaabUng -i* la %  'i %  'o iHovlded the numIhe number of illowed I'H ti month H ud 73.000 %  rest am %  u our remrludo rota.. i reetloo 1 ineeented the raft of thalr p igrapae oi ervanca terras discussed in Wednesday's mt'eling th< Allied team dratt inelu*ll the Chtnaer ,i partner • Hi North Koreanin tarrying mi civil administration of the es*ii 11 darned /one under the armls%  • —L*.P. LUNDUN .1. • !i pal I) Wei aaaesweed proeeaed cuh in iheJ %  ChurcniU lo .i vota of I an tl>i' MI|ICI MJItorMj jmigramn .\ hich i %  Tuesd.o Tli..onU ill Thursday. Defeat yrou Churchill' .i) thankr t.i tinLahei party. Parrai r Pi i %  % %  .win move Thu daj urging the adoptlo >l EallBl-Wl'Hl 1 rUCU' .II in-.. i Ir.iiil. It* uiii(ilitm lightening, ., i • n< "I %  ; i 'i i. i ... oUai lut the 1 al %  %  0 %  i ti %  itCMI n,< .t l:l< Il i %  mill-. ..ul. '%  Qovarnmenl wrh %  %  I -,' %  ? %  WASHINGTON. Jan. 30 Greece and Turkey are expected to become full-Hedged members of the 12-nation North Atlantic I'reatv Organization next month. American officials said on Trading day. Their addition to the NATO will give General %  fgahowar'a fnrefs another 27 to SO Divisions of troops and provide strategically located air baaes for defence against Soviet attack in Southern Europe. Experts forecast that other Treat? Charter member* will ouickly approve the membership I'l.TKK WKItll HIIITIHH H Q Suez Canal Zone .1 British victim.' of I mobs in last Saturday's rioU were literally lorn |o pieces repoil* reuching astlgeh %  eadi|Mailai henen Wednea The account said that in pjrltoai Blain In the IWl Clul mantled and di'mbo^Uieir rean tinTwo DM injured hunplnl floor wiragows. and the third man wgaa slabbed i towered himself sroaa rhird lloor window iiv a rop •sheets. Onlv n i ix-.ii reeeeerej from th*chamd ruins of Ihr Tnrt Club, although are prewimct to ) % %  • %  there. Thp report %  bodies are eompl—I '.P. Etsev...' Arabs continued minor %  ..hotaee Thr> cut tele* railroad track an I urns. But in the big lawna, foUowini the -nd of tin natiiinw:.' : %  • the mien %  both -.ides were ready for some conciliation —I'.P. Hopes are high that action will come **x>n enough, to allow Greece and Turkey to become members mfl heforr or during the NAT!) i onferencf scheduled lo open at t.idion on Feb. 10. The Treaty provides that new member" can be invited on the amniou* approval of 12 Char%  members. \K( II1IKAI ll\ sllWKl \M dear, Turkish Livestock Mission In Britain UQMD ... : .gt t the European tou th Ifli -'') .i ,u doing of Agrirul'...t .1, nounced The Mission la inapertirbgf Iheli robe ol i < llotropi | tiCan ..in, turaad out in d numbt'i's. in Bishop. i i HI which had stuod In U>f aisle ivai born* int.. |h five of whom had -orved as curates durng Ihe 21 years when Arehdaacon %  bankland was Dean of in.. Ca,0ii''U.i) !< %  %  ( %  % %  lo-v i. c lepUaueu Rei H A MI -Ivillf. llev A. E. Slmmonds. ,ii.i iti-v v i Pembertoe %  i loville deputised for Rev. < iw lad i" Mw .. 228 salein th* fiolden" was follnwci by th*23id Psalm and d %  was read hy. A" %  %  %  who lo* Df Alfif ;.start lor Royalty %  %  Ml N..lnr. I l\ t (I I .i %  %  i .-.. nun. bj join the %  i ni %  i.ii. I p Tor) M.I*. Snggptfltfl r,ort^r\alioii CM (^vvoullh IIIIIIMI I Our Os i LOtfDOM Ian, M A plan fui Cornmonwealtn lim.. Parllan %  i I l re by M %  The praps ..f Stall %  taking •• nent f.ir the rohaervalien -f H '-ber resour.es of the (ommonMoscow. Jan. .10. Wrdnegdjajf %  \.ii,-,] numeroua colunuai to the ... %  %  Mht i II gl i irfg dele itiona %  % %  i re! I.-rratria I %  i Ii %  %  ufi %  irwj i Bhawol lhr U %  I" •<.. Trade as say1 II raw rtSflltiiaU %  European rxlutence. It .I'.n ul ihe Counid said ii at ihe i n Illegalbiii iicjded by I Lund Uj tndm H Al %  : %  •: %  S \rm ice, Weet trmany, Prance, China and ind. -r.p. U.S. Would Welcome Talks With Egypt WAsiir.*. i' Hi Aim'" III, who! Itti. iftkient utlll Mr Badthan told out corn ponderri that hi thought a mos uitablt idea would ba I i .mir Confen ." %  lo London %  Imllai t.i.> Mini let I had ampta %  %  IK onfi t %  to IM* av. I. %  %  %  Mi Bmitbej i %  idi(.( ni rnaUng il %  %  11 I i in 1hi %  *.! ., %  %  %  %  CARPENTER ON MURDER CHARGE f I'HTHER hearing in the case m whith Cyril La ol 1 %  .. >.i %  it. Police with the • Hoyte on January II, was adjourned until Febrile fi by Hi* Worship M n .i tru Di'trict "A" Police Coin 1 day. llr. W. W Reece. K.C Bolk Ho General, i* appfarini 1 I pedigree herds of Bri< stock to i no breed and sheep which inigh' n I l>i*eedtng % %  in statute* for research, and the IJn|%  rsity farm at Cambridge. The .rkey an Feb. *th. ;.p. OLSII.O trom K-d —I'.P. L4 Speedy Postman la Utj The subsequent cheptei Of Ihl %  I bpeetassL eai For lb i England %  %  of Antigua line Cathedral Hectoi %  %  %  %  MM JUS IS OX IIIIO.II VIHIJ I SUllfiaVd Oil Go.To Sliirl Pg'OSpeCtaalg Ovttr Ml I raiirr %  I •ai WedaH i %  P ... i I %  %  %  i %  > Amencnn officials said that th.. ,. r KT,(l '" p * 1 ta ,u In ^'" : any couatt, opp of th* Pa % %  • ., %  %  %  en. glnun, be hldmi lettei laetaad ol % % %  turn to the %  Senators were on hand when 'hem, was charged i'h stjUoa houra ahead of . oa pare 3 RESIGNATION : I %  or K C %  Mew. A*. • %  would withdraw Im risignutioi: | tendered on December M t TllBrc TO ,! %  karassj )• • blcli called at Barbados io'*l B tr ssX < lii in steps ir. Aakcd be bad been official!) %  f'u im 'I l'i %  i llahei %  Comkon I proo end I'lopotal, he aid i %  defend i .. u ad In ai ran %  lo quesr Inhad ti.Mi on II"llmgnoss I ill on the part of both Hiltish and ,. rnn ml is i %  > try to et lo> ake sut-h eotre dinicultlos that the I, : i if.-i si I'.N would b. King Fan.uk ;> %  i eminent! fttur-| ret i i"iM>saui — IT.P.



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PAGE TWO BARBADOS ADVOCATE THURSDAY. JANUARY 31 1*52. fyvdb QaUinq M ON a D u pn.f 1 '" 'v morning vl* Cimoj by T C A Here Again H I ... are Mi ..11.1 Mr*. C. E. Cuwli M •f Motiire.il. who few in raatci day from Ca n ada by T C.A i %  %  %  • lhi i their nfli. M, Gsu dan is an Insurance Broker m MonUoiil Planning Tour O UEEN'b COLUDOI Commitlcc arc planning la Matball tmi io TrUudad I Ti> halp rafcas l the lour they i... • dance to be held at Quai legc Hall tO-tBOftOW evening. Thf dance bastes t 8.30. Friend* •>* the school and wgll wishers at the venlun* ani welu-nir H 1 fresh men Is will be on sale <1uriii> the evening.. English Jockay M K FRANK O-NEILU En*liah Jocko, avast the passengers ..invitm i B.WIA on Toeadaj. Ha h a guest at the Hastings H'-t'-i World Traveller E UEANOB M. BRITTON >perhaps the must iravelleu woman In the world. S'lf %  1M. • and Cruise Stall' for Cormaek Unas, hShe making the trip on Iks Af g S s Ms a. which -toppd in ,ii Barl %  Ii"V !. .1 Returning Saturday A T PKKSKNT liMlidayiiui in U* BarUulos -re Mr. and Mrs. Vincent LawlS. who lire due to return to Trinidad On Saturday Mr. Lewis, who i* the son <>' Mi nnd Mm. M. C. Lewis of BsrhA rces. Is in th.Shipping Deparlment of Trinidad leasehold" Ltd, Son Fernnndo HiWtfS • the former Moll* Mam got of Trinidad. I Makes Cereals M R AND MRS. RALPH KEL-. LOOO, who lire taking the [ South Amciivan crtilse m the ; Argentina, spent In* day inuring l the island yesterday. Mr. KelUiHE U connect**] with the KeMoBY Co of the U S.A.. who manuFpcture the well known Fortune In Dust Manufacturers of gold orna: .ents and precious Jewellery some of the tidiest— Women Wear Men's Style Jewellery VI 1/ 4-llkO-ll 1IHO Hun.-mei/im ri< i HIII % Von an 10 h*v r alased people In th e world %  %  |tn has a charm : me lengths to which they of its own Qeid ..urf-liiiks oil > to ensure that none of the dres, studs, for example, either M up m their workshops plain, engraved. o r gem set stfe' employees' clothes being wot,, b women b ,loea out of tu place without befor the dress or bloute i ng vetted fo r tiny particles of the p.ecr of masculine Jewellery | • i recioua meUls or stones. ThU is which women have adopted Is the irprsstBg, considering that lie-pin. inLondon firm alone sweeps i dust from Its floors each Fnvounte sivie* Bfsj those with] >ea r valued al 13.000 regimental badges for woinrii | ... *hoe menfolk are serving in the. The dust is kept and sent at jnritSi and „,,,„, wUn imU-u lib get away from the cares of the home and the cares of the day SEE A MOVIE LIKE THIS "' f t*m ft fr rss TilervaU to refiners who separate ciinoKiams. These can be tnri fold pUUnum or diamond „| m ^M tn.ni.lled. o r for ally attractive **tth gem-stones. ornament The Canadian Dollar TOURI8TK lion. the* i.in at Messrs. Cave Shaphcrd and Co. Ltd. yenterdsy select bankets tx Luncheon Party T HI t! irbs loa Must I lion | heoti parti i End, ihe hon < %  %  •! \ii Fatal of the %  urU United Co, H of Hi Leaving To-day D UE to lam RM tinr s thai ng via Puerto FUeO bj 11 W I A are Miss Daphi. AIby. daughter of Mr. and Mrs. M Allamh> >f Arlington. Street, BeUavilte and Ml! Incidental Intelligence S CIENTISTS cl-mi to bars par* fected an electronic lime thai can! poatiDiS !%  beaten Th Excellencj Qasl Moftanuned Ii i. Agnes Berried, daugliter \>t Mi PaUsten fes Brazil un Canada Air Lines Eflecti..1 I uary 22, fares on T.C.A 's transborder routes to the United States, and international routes to the United Kingdom and Europe, Bermuda and the West InFifty ipagfctn m the Dunlop dies were reduced by 7 per cent., lyre factory ut Birmingham, in reflecting a par relationship bethe English county of Warwicktween Cansdlcn and U.S dollar (Jure, decided, eighteen munlii* values BE THERE WHEN THESE 3 TALK! Wives: Plan Own Houses *",,„( Ihof p.r.il w*r Mi O II I M a. H C II'Mlri oi Uw II...d* ol AM-nhly. Mi J V. T Ui~. V V Mr E W lbrt.iw. M €' P Mi I A WillMrn*. MlP.Mr W A rr.-i,.,.! Mr p. M. : r niikp toria, Ixing Island M Cat TlMl... Mr N % V Ii A TIIJI.I Ortrl. in...,. S" r S I Miilr*. Mi I A M Bulb.iii. Mr Patol, Mr i Holiday Over OT C P SKALE. of Westbury Road and Cpl. W. K. Greaves, who had been holidayII IS a. %  Uk| in lt,iildos since early lit-*' %  "" %  %  Mardu for gm 1;.nd In ihe t.ulliU. Thc\ were on ChaS '"• -A F. Both of ss—5.u Ad.,,,, M. them originally U-ft here In April „ „, „ 1944 B.B.C. Radio Programme WAV. JAM AKV : B*rth lUrm II IS %  m Tour. 11 *S %  i %  ti Nf> 13 10 % %  m N--' %  unharia. II II illullI'.lfl. Mr 1 Three Months .'i hwsdni. Mr M H.wlioaU. Mr cereBls. Back To England M R. AN NC1S G. HURT, who m rived In Barbados in Sfa3 i terday for England b) the GelMo. Tliey wen;ucompanied by then young daughter old Labrador. \.l... "Teal.' Mr. Hurl, whose home town ii in rsasnpshlra. used to bs a race horse trainer before tl" HJ v.ife oonws from IX i I -.' \ M |-n-'iU. Mr I I. w* and Mr MONO ths i.aNsengers leavS.4S P m vn-n d yesterday f'*7*"N*Xt r AiTii a, Tpi ng foi t IS i> tn -Hir H.irf KMthm ) %  Ihrli Th K.i' .1 Tout 1 %  i | 0§ aai IT<>m Th* Nmi ; tS Ln Route To South America by the GoUHe w. re Mi nl M Paddy Egan and their daughter. in. are %  route to England and Ireland to spend aonths. Mi l :,m. who is on the staff Wm rogarte iit'd.. i M AKING the Cruise on u %  brother of Mr. Jack Anentlna which called here O'lhnvd Egsn. one of the Direcyesterday nn her way to South tOTI of ihe above firm. i is Mr. Hector E. Moinenu, President of Marlboro Wire Goods Talking Point Company of Marlboro, MassaA woman* uuesa is "inch more chusetls. He was accompanied pji kVatg than a man'* certainty. by his wife. —Kipling. i %  -i rk>. Iltpm Rmdu MII-I. K ,. r AlUnlH IS i. IT, -n,r B>iil T"ir. S p.m. ntf up tiw Curtain. |0 p in Ttir Nrw> 0 10 p in l*mm th* BgabHUli. 10 11 p m i 3o rm The l*.i Ononl t* ..i IU !" BY THE WAY • • m P ICTURES of unhappy, shivering people wiio have waited 48 hours t get so autograph alwa> make miwondei how they spaj spate time. Do they read ovai then autograph tAKjkN. with tears streaming down their faccK? Or do thcAcsUilogiip the bits of clothing they have torn from Uu .Res in some famoua. scuffle' I imagine that when a star cca.se> to be a .-tar a bit >nlpped from her fur or ana of bat I cigarette-ends can still DS sold to : %  retired eeUector in ordei to provide money for -...r.. %  all-night vigdv. Ale tnei,gutograph aeal ars and soeond-hand swtograph ahop-., UIH I i, i ,1.1., %  of these affairs can pick up tor twof>etue. the -ignatuii' %  .; ..in. forgotten (avounta? And If a star cannot write, does her thumb-print count? O mi--i mi C SUET. Esq.. confronted uith the laMO of the Load ette for Junuar> 15 containing the appeal of Ihe Pin. Hook and Eye Snap Fastener Wages Council for the revocation of Order O (48). laid the first finger of his right hand horizontally along his upper lip and breathed down his nose— n sign of deep thought. He then pointed out that snap fasteners foi windowi,-. than 1'Jins in height and num.tlian lain*, across were not Included In Uts Amendment Order tb) Eron ths -haft of II d Memorandum on the auttincUon between %  %  . %  . ly as applied to the sn. .d thi bach <'f mens trouscr-> which exceed the slatut. mum icjccted In thi %  I In' 1,'iiiiiniiliitmli (\ t} D R KOOLJU K. lost no Unto, As %  M I Zero had in. ..< thoti plan, he i ud Mme Mi,., n. her th. good m v^ Wr ..ill .,, nuus tie said, "na Ifham la find VI.II by chance A: inoiiient you will rfiuw >oui mtetesl In his nan prerh Ha will then come to me and ask foi formula. I will ghrg bun tht real formula, and he will hand it to yon, thinking he has bs POU, and Ulievmg that 1 am on hts side. What could be Mater 1 M I Zero will then fadlll .S.I|M hut how shull I get awav?" "You will bS disgUiM-d as Egham. who is to deposit DM in Paris." And the real Egham"" "You can lafel) leave him to me," re s pondtd the shy widow In a voice that • i Koolruk shudder like nn aspen in n typhoon MeanBf Heachcomber whila Egham had ariue.l ..' i struek by tin gsgnnass and obvl 1 Koolruk The iimning beast even made a ahou of refusiiiK to let Eiihain watch a iperlment • 1 do not even trust myself," he said with %  ttractlve candour. "Come, e plied Egham with an admiring smile In iltirkrst I ii'.luml .i snap trti. Her ercal %  kOUfh IK acid (or life. At jungle drums drier her naked feet, aovold furies ore released. And the mes and roan. (Description of dance Rupert and the Pine Ogre—21 WAKIi (' PITF1KI.II Recently eleeti I .. Dtfestoi ol 1 ay, Umiti. Pttneld assumes wider the 11 rm founded by his Ute father in 1928 After war service with I lie ROyal Air Force Transport Command he Joined W.C. Pltfleld Al Company, Limited n> 1948 and spen..n,. year it Ihe New York subsidiary. Mr. Pltfleld then was moved to Toronto foi two years, subsequently going to Head Office. In 1949. he was ippoMad manager of lh,. West Indian Branches and is now on his annual tour of those Drenches, %  laving recently completed hi' visit to Barbados. igo, to build their own home. They formed the Fortitude H0USing Association, consulted their rssSJaMBsMBt, the firm's architect. and legal officers. Then they bought land and submitted plan and their wives made sure that they represented the kind of which women dream. Not only was every room to be eaa> to clean, attractive, with the right kind of cupboard and the latest labour-saving devices, but the houses were to be all-eleeIr.c. centrally-healed and with three bedrooms. The next thine their husbands did was to put ihem"elves to school for nine months to learn how to build. Tti" were run by a fact The lowering of airline tariffs in term* of Canadian dollars over these routes resulted from an agreement reached between TCA and other carriers to consider the Canadian dollar on a parltv with of hoiiTe ,hc Un,,c,,i S,alM do,U ror are *" ou making purposes, amending the current relationship of $107 to SI 00. The dolls* saving being passed on to travellers, for example, will mean a lower air fare between Montreal and London. England "i New York to London The reductions in TCA fares be•wee-t the Canadian air gateway ndon range from S45.40 I dlWIl on a one way ticket to and he had some *xHWI.7S (I1WI) fo r "no-season' lent pupils. Work was started return. Still greater reductions last spring, and now the nv ft work during the weekby floodliKht at night. The first completed house will be occupied soon. It will have cost '1.450. Including legal and land charges. If their p1-nrun fo schedule the remaining 49 will b* completed Inside three yenr. An J she word Tort hide** i on the commemorative stone I Id ut window-level on the fir*' 1 US*, will spur them on. with the introduction cf tourist service on Mav 1st. ranging up to A38250 (BWIt. Similarly, reductions of 7% on current Canadian fares have been made on January 22 on TCA's trans-border routes to Boston. New York. Chicago. Cleveland Tampa, and on the international services from Montreal nnd Toronto to Bermuda, BarbiDldad, The Bahamas and .1 HJ) ne;i. TOIl.tV I AST TW'i PAi-nm norm r nn.iv wnwiruw LADY FROM SHANGHAI & LOST TRIBE i N arwNRR" nri MO, :k PROWN A OV THI rp\inii i HITTrR 4 45 A B |> i<< THU tllkll stabtrt aot—t MITC-MUM BVAN L A Z PLAZA tUSTLN in.il him lAMIIl IIO\(V "KI.I.H. %  ,,„.. OM. Ol M V .1 IW. KUOUV C A | F "f W The Omr*m ^ %  %  %  %  ST JAMES To dv imlv B M p m I.I.*.* MfMUIIII %  Jans WVMAN Kirk DOUOIAO a • roi NT vivm \n %  Onr\ COUPBR a Pat SKA1. .....,. W.T Itooam llolanolt s K -— 1 Thv squnrel look* H HUM,, "Whsi nukti rou k •( drmjndi. Somrihinn vny %  trsaSB II hjppcning io ih oni this tear, but ho* %  hould vou know anyihins „boti< n ?" fhf lutlr b*r if 11. him ot hji In. Iijpprnr.i •ad ot ih* P !" Ogre'. ., tid Thu n mponani, ittnbli iiporui; .. "Ur rriut (.: Kf." Si> Rupen ,1-w.ui, parfei op h^. .i ind III*I ro krr h giiiirl in ht 4i it kjpi (long ihruigl' JUST RECEIVED SILVER SWALLOW ENAMEL-WARE TRADE WINDS HOTELS LTD. ANNOUNCE THE OPENING OF i in run A i. mil (LIB ST. JAMES 1st. February 1952 The sensational exposes which electrified the nation were only a A rehearsal for the 'j shocking revela, tions you'll see when... HOWARD HUGHES prtssets THE RACKET ROBERT MITCHUM LIZABETH SCOTT ROBERT RYAN I.It I V OP*.".Vf.VV FRIDAY 2.304.45& 8.30 p.m. and Continuing DAILY 4.45 & 8.30 p.m. a/so am Educational Short "GM YOUR CHILD A CHANCl' EMPIRE TO-DAY LAST Z SHOWS, 4.45. S.XO COLUMBIA PICTURES PRESENTS — III It WO MM Ull I US/:" SUrr.nR MARTA JAN EGGERTII KlEI'l!;.-. JANIS CARTER EXTRA SHORT — "TE OLDE MUAMI' SHorHER" On HMO TO-MORROW — 1 10 S 30 PARAMOUNT PICTURES PRESENTS— PI K I \ t. I V I'll INS Starring.:—JOSEPH COTTEN—CORINNK CAIA^ERT EDMUND GWF.N TO-I1AV AT 1.30 P.M. 4 IIWDM IIAAI \ll-lndUn I'lrlurr NON INDIANS Mi only II O Y A I. TO-DAY: LAST Z SHOWS — 4 30 A S.IS PARAMOUNT DOUBLE — HENRY LORETTA WILCOXSON — YOUNG nil CRUSADES" AND IMS I III FIIIY" Starring : BURT LANCASTER LIZABETH SCOTT TOMORROW ONLY. 4.30 SIS BSPUDUC WHOLE SERIAL — "i. >ll\ MYIII I OIH.I i SUrring : CLAYTON MOORE O L M l I C r, PI'IIDINR BASINS—70c. 85c. Sic. BOWLS—12c. 54c. 56c. 74c. JUGS—96c. SI.22, $1.31, $1.61 I'lK DISHES—3tc. 4Sc. 60c. 80c. BASINS—70c. 80c. lc. Wc. $2.32 PAILS will. Cover.—$2.60 PAII.S WITIIOIT COVKRS—$2 11 I IIAMBKKS—85c. $1.20 I \ I'll I. I'l.ATKS—29c. 31c. 40c. KITTLES—2 pis—$1.32 „ 4 pis—$1.80 cuuMnt COLBERT MtCDOWILD UCHUf CAREY • SCOn / T. R. 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AMERICA, U.K. MUST WORK TOGETHER 5*
4 Power Proposal F
"Most Hopeful"
'
I IIIIMM ^ IH.%1
(By EDWARD JACKSON).
I______ LONDON, Jan 30.
PRIME MINISTER WINSTON CHURCHILL
.i. ^}ld, the Commons on Wednesday that he
tfiougiit that BriUin and the United States should
work together in the Middle East just as they do m
the Far East
Chuivltill ,ai.i. i luivc uevM Im.i fctg* ImUha
Hum v ahould PUq i State* tlitl if we worked amootUy with tham in the
Far |M1 thffj .ii..u|,| do the >ame for us in the IfioV
die But- 1 tliink iln> ihould not tat thr inhjrrl nf
i bargain Both ohm >Ih>uI.i be ..rah frith on their
nii'iits and both etmm an pivtty strong when look
ad at on their merit*.
It is certain that if Britain and the U.S. are known to
be acting together, difficulties, will by that very fact, be
substantially reduced, and possibilities of peaceful arrange-
ments will be greatly strengthened. It is certain, also, that
the main interest of the Communist oligarchy in the Krem-
lin is to provoke <>r. at least, suggest divergencies between
"MOST HOPEFUL COURSE" the Middle East Defence Com-
Churchill said that thr pro. mand to be joined by Egypt
posal of the Four Powers for was a "most hopeful"course"
yet suggested. "Now that we I
no longer have available thos,.' (
former Imperial armies which
existed In India, the burden
or the control and security of
the international waterway of
the Suez Canal Zone is one
which must more widely be
shared."
Churchill said that such a sit-
uation "would be us General
dd being m the "wrong
tr hi thr wrong place and m
the wrong time."
Churchill recalled that hi* rc-
"enl remark before the U-S. Con-
gress that iiny breach of the
truce would bring prompt
resolute and effective action U t
bMn int*rpretcd widely in thf
US. and heic ^t meaning that
lliilain agreed under certain con-
ditions to air attacks on China.
He said, "those words do not rep-
resent any decision* arrived ftl
djUUg-pur vwii. But they do ex-
press fully, the spirit i which
we -hall luce our difficulties to-
gether.
The Primr Minisier said that
the Kremlin ahould compliim-v.
tti not only for over-run-
ning half of Europe and all
Ctnoa, but on having pegged
down throughout the globe a
much greater force than the At-
lantic Powers have so far been
able tn gather themselves to
defend the civilisation of th-?
HIS EXCELLENCY Qsu Mohuamrd 1-.. PakmUii Ainl....dor for Br i
Adam*. Leadrr of tlic Hoikc of A-.x-m>>ly. yr->t*>rgay at thr horn* of Mi i
next to the Ambassador
Mr I-.i was InUsn-it Uirough Barbado. yesterday by ili Argeuriw
up bis appointment
ntii Mi (1 II
ho i. itandlng
I Hi ii] to las.
An-
west.
suiter Vbrelgn fseajretarj
thony Eden told questioners
Chamber that he hod tiled un-
nwteaaifully to persuade th/ us
to let Japan make Its own chole
WINSTON (IllhC llll I.
<>n Plata ;t
France, Tunisia Aim
At Reconciliation
By MAX WINTFR
TUNIS, Jan 30.
France formally proposed on Wednesday the resumption of
peaceful negotiations with Tunisian leaders on more self
rure for this simmering North African Protectorate.
The French Resident General, Jean Dp Hauteclncque, pre-
sented the French proposals to Sidi Mohammed El Mm. the
Bey of Tunis at his paiace near here. Premier Mohammed
Chonik also was presenl.
ry^ -----------------------,
Greece. Turkey
May Soon Be
jX.A.T.Q. Members
25-minute matting
a qua outlined the French
attitude arrived At in his three
days of discussions with two top
French Government experts.
Tin- Ki.ui. DM is understood to
contain a request to U
order the return f f tn<-
nian Minister' now In Paris. trying
lo present the Arab Nationalise case
.1
this >s accomplished and order If
restored in thr rml-|.>m IVotrctor-
nte. Hie French said that new ne-
gotiation* by a mix*vt c
would begin on Tunisian demands
for fl latg"*r measure of .clf-
gov
As thr lcadi : IV-:
police and strong! > .rmed military
detachments extended the search
for NatlonallM agitators, arrr
ammunition in areas where last
toting had occurred. Ten
<;i ||vi
more than fOO injured.
The mam operation --jutted from
Cape Bon. where some r*nf known
arrested at Blxerte I fence" Pact!'
N'aval Base. 30 miles northwest of
here. where Arab sabotage has
stopped five days ago.
U.S. Admiral Appointed
Atlantic Naval Chief
Muslims Welcome
Pakistan Ambassador
HIS Ea i, Mi hammed Im wh wvttjottM i bj
- Muslim Association when h<
i through i" ' itt.i/ii Mi p| tinted Pakistan Ambassador
l.....d i End) the reai
4l V S Hakti.iTi.i I
In A: i.ii. wed bj
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speakers for UwHi MtCtUttQU
.oth tn Inn -.!! ,,i .
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had
made
WASHINGTON. Jan. 30.
President Truman WfJ
directed Admiral l,v:
i rs AUanl I i
Commander to i.iki* over u
killed
North AHantk Iti I
the Atlantic.
nig smt.....ii
Cormlok'a appotntnMatl m m saa
saiwsHarstausly .u thg WlUta
HaUSa -'lid in L-iiidoii Truniiin
v-ruto JlcCocnrfi K to t.ifc-
ebarai bf "thii a u tan
tommiiii igc j oi
"I have informed tin- Standing
Group o( the North Atlantic
/ .'.im mm l ili
issue a directive to you ecro
mg your
authority
ii putu.hilities and
. Allied
i the Atlantic. Yoi
c. mmandei
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p
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federal
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felt i vinurk't lust II"
. In .\i|. n
British \ WUuaW
a Deputy Commander
\
British
I ndies.
rrifuj to "if -ci>
i f ihe Amtrtcan Admii
I'. McCormi.k tn be Suprame
Aiiii Naval Commandai in tni
Mi Churchill
v.ould have irffn "varj UBfor-
liinati'" il ll d
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i ij m .in.
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LONDON. Ji.n 30.
King Geotge wrinl
theatre Wednesday night for the

he Kin.il family SB IM th
"Souti
P;niiu".
The King aSBOl lad 'i Queei
Euaabath ..mi Use D ik
of Edinburgh to tin- l)miv Lai !
Diarh the aw of it
nf the Prim
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Tin- King laughed haartlh and
during the knlei
atarv Mary Martin. Will- I
The King jnu ftMBfl 111 I
ore on ,i
cruise to South Africa.
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Funeral Of The Late
Archdeacon Slianklaml
THE fuin-ral *>( Archdeacxin Shankland look place at
; St. Michael's Cathedral NtaVl*] rftaflUOn Ul In
i! Large and representative gattuning drawn from
every wcttoii of Ihe community-
cceUencj theG vermn 'i rcproienlaxlbyBjajui
Dennis Vaughan his A.DC.
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Labourite's
To Oppose
Tory Ciils
ii- \UNol I) IHBBl.k
I'ANMUNJOM. Jan
Cnrr.munist truce negoti-
ators propoge-l ii Wednet
dav that 25.000 troops i
month be set .i- the maxi
mum for rotation under th-
Arrmsticei The Redg agreeo
m principle alao to give pn
the excbangjai of sick
:ind wiiiindcd prisoners ann
ange information or
ih- Iwi .( priaon-
'emmen-
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United IfaU iwrr il&-
rtgure lo 40.fK>o iHovlded the num-
Ihe number of
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illowed i'h ti month
H ud 73.000

rest am

" u our re-
mrludo rota-
.. i reetloo1
ineeented the
raft of thalr
p igrapae oi
ervanca terras
discussed in Wednesday's mt'eling
th< Allied team
dratt inelu*ll the Chtnaer
,i partner
Hi North Korean- in tarrying
mi civil administration of the es*-
ii 11 darned /one under the armls-

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LUNDUN .1.
!i pal I) Wei
aaaesweed proeeaed cuh in iheJ '
.
ChurcniU lo .i vota of I
an tl>i' mi|ici MJItorMj jmigramn
.\ hich i
Tuesd.o Tli.- .on- Uill
Thursday. Defeat yrou
Churchill'
.i) thankr
t.i tin- Lahei
party.
Parrai r Pi i
.- win move Thu daj
urging the adoptlo >l EallBl-Wl'Hl 1 rUCU'
.ii in-.. i
Ir.iiil. It* uiii(ilitm
lightening,
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oUai .
lut the 1 al.......
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i ! mill-. ..ul.
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WASHINGTON. Jan. 30
Greece and Turkey are expected
to become full-Hedged members of
the 12-nation North Atlantic
I'reatv Organization next month.
American officials said on Trading
day.
Their addition to the NATO
will give General fgahowar'a
fnrefs another 27 to SO Divisions
of troops and provide strategically
located air baaes for defence
against Soviet attack in Southern
Europe.
Experts forecast that other
Treat? Charter member* will
ouickly approve the membership
:he United Statre Senate has voted
broaden the IV-
Cuiro Mobs Tore
Hnltin- To IMectfs
||> I'l.TKK WKItll
HIIITIHH H Q
Suez Canal Zone .1
British victim.' of I
mobs in last Saturday's rioU were
literally lorn |o pieces repoil*
reuching astlgeh eadi|Mailai
hen- en Wednea
The account said that in pjrltoai
Blain In the IWl Clul
mantled and di'mbo^-
Uieir rean
tin-
Two DM
injured hunplnl
floor wiragows. and the third man
wgaa slabbed i.....
towered himself sroaa rhird lloor
window iiv a rop
sheets. Onlv n i
ix-.ii reeeeerej from th*- chamd
ruins of Ihr Tnrt Club, although
are prewimct to )
there.
Thp report
bodies are eompl-
I '.P.
Etsev...'
. Arabs continued minor
..hotaee Thr> cut tele-
*
railroad track an
I urns. But
in the big
lawna, foUowini the -nd of tin
natiiinw:.'
:
the mien

both -.ides were ready for some
conciliation I'.P.
Hopes are high that action will
come **x>n enough, to allow Greece
and Turkey to become members
mfl heforr or during the NAT!)
i onferencf scheduled lo open at
t.idion on Feb. 10.
The Treaty provides that new
member" can be invited on the
amniou* approval of 12 Char-
members.
\K( II1IKAI ll\
sllWKl \M
dear,
Turkish Livestock
Mission In Britain
UQMD
... : .gt
t the European tou th Ifli -'') .i ,u doing
of Agrirul'...- t .1,
nounced The Mission la inapertirbgf *
Iheli robe ol i < llotropi |
ti- Can ..in, turaad out in
d numbt'i's. in .
Bishop.
i i hi which had stuod In
U>f aisle ivai born* int.. |h
five of
whom had -orved as curates dur-
ng Ihe 21 years when Arehdaacon
bankland was Dean of in.. Ca-
,0ii''U.i) !<.(*
lo-v i. c lepUaueu Rei H a
Mi-Ivillf. llev A. E. Slmmonds.
,ii.i iti-v v i Pembertoe
i .
loville deputised for Rev. <
. iw lad i"
..... Mw .. 228 *
salein th* fiolden" was follnwci
by th*- 23id Psalm and d
was read hy. A"


who lo*
Df Alfif
;.start lor Royalty

Ml N..lnr.
. I l\ t (I I .i
i .-.. nun. bj join the
'
i ni - i.ii.
I p
Tor) M.I*. Snggptfltfl
r,ort^r\alioii CM
(^vvoullh IiiiiImi
i Our Os i
LOtfDOM Ian, M
A plan fui Cornmonwealtn lim-
..
Parllan i I l re by M

The praps
. ..f Stall

taking
nent f.ir the rohaervalien -f H
'-ber resour.es of the (ommon-
Moscow. Jan. .10.
Wrdnegdjajf
\.ii,-,] numeroua colunuai to the
, ...

Mht i II gl i irfg dele itiona

i re-
! .
I.--
rratria I i Ii

ufi irwj
i Bhaw-
ol lhr
U I" <.. Trade as say-
1
' ii raw rtSflltiiaU

. European rxlutence. It
.I'.n ul ihe Cou-
nid said
ii at ihe i n Illegalbiii
. iicjded by '
I Lund
Uj tndmH
Al : :
S\rm ice, Weet
trmany, Prance, China and
ind.
-r.p. .
U.S. Would Welcome
Talks With Egypt
WAsiir.*. i' Hi
Aim- '"
III,
who!
I-
tti. ,
iftkient utlll
Mr Badthan told out corn
ponderri that hi thought a mos
uitablt idea would ba I
i .mi- r Confen ." lo London "
Imllai t.i.>
Mini let
I
had ampta
' ik.....onfi t

to Im* av.i.

Mi Bmitbej
i

idi(.( ni rnaUng il 11 I
i in 1h- i

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CARPENTER ON
MURDER CHARGE
f I'HTHER hearing in the case
m whith Cyril La
ol 1 .. >.- i
it.
Police with the
Hoyte on January II, was ad-
journed until Febrile fi by Hi*
Worship M n .i tru
Di'trict "A" Police Coin1
day.
llr. W. W Reece. K.C Bolk Ho
General, i* appfarini1
I
pedigree herds of Bri<
stock to i no breed
and sheep which inigh'
n I
l>i*eedtng ! in sta-
tute* for research, and the IJn|-
rsity farm at Cambridge. The
* .rkey an
Feb. *th.
;.p.
OLSII.O
trom K-d
I'.P.
L4 Speedy Postman
la Utj
The subsequent cheptei Of Ihl

I
bpeetassL Hiev will
.
H
. i i; .I father was hoi<
i Ilia's Da,
??nil Nmfmrer. H71. and so hr

.' year
I
. Benil
Cettiaa. Warnnnlster. and
N aeon in l#01 and
Priest ho
folio wine >eai For lb i
England


of Antigua
line Cathedral Hectoi



MM JUS IS OX IIIIO.II VIHIJ I
SUllfiaVd Oil Go.To
Sliirl Pg'OSpeCtaalg
Ovttr Ml I raiirr

-
I
ai WedaH
i

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Amencnn officials said that th.. ,. r'KT,(l '" p*1ta' *,u,In^'"
: any couatt, opp
of th* Pa ., en-
. glnun, be hldmi lettei laetaad ol turn to the *
Senators were on hand when 'hem, was charged i'h stjUoa houra ahead of . Greek-Turkish oueetten
U on Tuesday. No ob-11
...
pressed j intendent.*" said Robert Butterfleld. -.aid Superlnteodssntl people In all station;, of life |
VaT. 'a subatitute carrier Aloysius Revltte I'.P. g> oa pare 3
RESIGNATION
: I
or K C

Mew. A*.
would withdraw Im risignutioi: |
tendered on December M t
TllBrc TO
,! karassj )
blcli called at Barbados
io'*l BtrssX '
<
lii in steps ir. Aakcd
be bad been official!)
f'u im 'I l'i i llahei

..... Com-
kon I pro- o end I'lopotal, he aid
i defend
i .. u ad In ai ran lo ques-
r In- had ti.Mi on II"- llmgnoss
I ill on the part of both Hiltish and
,. rnn ml is i '> try to et lo>
ake sut-h eotre dinicultlos that the
I, : i if.-i si i'.n would b.
King Fan.uk ;> i
eminent! fttur-| ret i i"iM>saui IT.P.


PAGE TWO
BARBADOS ADVOCATE
THURSDAY. JANUARY 31 1*52.
fyvdb QaUinq
Mon a d u pn.f
.
1
'" 'v morning vl*
Cimoj by T C A
Here Again
HI
...
are Mi ..11.1 Mr*. C. E. Cuwlim
f Motiire.il. who few in raatci
day from Canada by T C.A i
lhi i
their nfli. M, Gsu -
dan is an Insurance Broker m
MonUoiil
Planning Tour
OUEEN'b COLUDOI
Commitlcc arc planning la
Matball tmi io TrUudad
I Ti> halp rafcas l
the lour they i...
dance to be held at Quai
legc Hall tO-tBOftOW evening. Thf
dance bastes t 8.30. Friend* >*
the school and wgll wishers at
the venlun* ani welu-nir H1 -
fresh men Is will be on sale <1uriii>
the evening..
English Jockay
MK FRANK O-NEILU En*-
liah Jocko, avast
the passengers ..invitm i
B.WIA on Toeadaj. Ha h a
guest at the Hastings H'-t'-i
World Traveller
EUEANOB M. BRITTON >-
perhaps the must
iravelleu woman In the world.
S'lf . 1m. ,
and Cruise Stall' for *
Cormaek Unas, h- She mak-
ing the trip on Iks AfgS'sMsa.
which -toppd in ,ii Barl
Ii"V !. .1
Returning Saturday
A T PKKSKNT liMlidayiiui in
U* BarUulos -re Mr. and Mrs.
Vincent LawlS. who lire due to
return to Trinidad On Saturday
Mr. Lewis, who i* the son <>' Mi
nnd Mm. M. C. Lewis of BsrhA
rces. Is in th.- Shipping Deparl-
ment of Trinidad leasehold"
Ltd, Son Fernnndo Hi- WtfS
the former Moll* Mam got of
Trinidad.
I
Makes Cereals
MR AND MRS. RALPH KEL-.
LOOO, who lire taking the [
South Amciivan crtilse m the ;
Argentina, spent In* day inuring l
the island yesterday.
Mr. KelUiHE U connect**] with
the KeMoBY Co of the U S.A..
who manuFpcture the well known
Fortune
In Dust
Manufacturers of gold orna-
: .ents and precious Jewellery
some of the tidiest
Women Wear
Men's Style
Jewellery
VI 1/ 4-llkO-ll 1IHO
Hun.-mei/im
ri< i hiii %
Von an
10 h*vr
alased
people In the world ! |tn has a charm
: me lengths to which they of its own Qeid ..urf-liiiks oil
> to ensure that none of the dres, studs, for example, either
M up m their workshops plain, engraved. or gem set stfe'
employees' clothes being wot,, b women b
,loea out of tu place without be- for the dress or bloute
i ng vetted for tiny particles of the p.ecr of masculine Jewellery |
i recioua meUls or stones. ThU is which women have adopted Is the ,
irprsstBg, considering that lie-pin.
in- London firm alone sweeps
i dust from Its floors each Fnvounte sivie* Bfsj those with]
>ear valued al 13.000 regimental badges for woinrii |
_ ... *hoe menfolk are serving in the.
The dust is kept and sent at j-nritSi and ,,,, wUn imU-u.
lib get away from the cares of the
home and the cares of the day
SEE A MOVIE LIKE THIS "'
f t*m ft fr
rss *
TilervaU to refiners who separate
ciinoKiams. These can be tnri
fold pUUnum or diamond |m ^m tn.ni.lled. or for
ally attractive
**tth gem-stones.
ornament
The Canadian
Dollar
TOURI8TK lion.
the* i.in
at Messrs. Cave Shaphcrd and Co. Ltd. yenterdsy select bankets tx
Luncheon Party
THI t! irbs loa Must I
lion | heoti parti
i .
End, ihe hon < ! \ii
Fatal of the urU United Co, h
of Hi
Leaving To-day
Due to lam rm tin- r s thai
ng via Puerto FUeO bj
11 W I A are Miss Daphi. AI-
by. daughter of Mr. and Mrs.
M Allamh> >f Arlington.
Street, BeUavilte and Ml!
Incidental Intelligence
Scientists cl-mi to bars par-
* fected an electronic
lime thai can! poatiDiS !- beaten
Th
Excellencj Qasl Moftanuned Ii i. Agnes Berried, daugliter \>t Mi
PaUsten fes Brazil un who was intr.imit tlirniikt: l',ir lidlevllle.
bados yesterday on the Anentlna, They both arrived here from
.ii hla v..., to t;ikc up his DtW the U S. shortly before Chnst-
l.'i mas, Daphne who It'll heie just
ibout two years ago lives in A -
lon't ten
bappan
thir rhess machine
Robert Bendii
iraginents from the refuse. Even
o. a certain amount find, its way
to inaccessible crannies. Some
ems to be absorbed by the wood-
orh n-'t oeffasdetkaD* maituiae-
irers strip their workshops
toors, benches and furnitureand
.od th,. parts to the rellners.
van the water used in factories'
.iiul the residue sifted
* firm in Birmingham recently
nstalled a laundry plant to wash The strengthening of the Cana-
h. overalls of workers. Already ciian dollar in world markets wil!
he Kold dust recovered has paid hcneAt Canadian air travellers
" ''lant. through widespread reductions in
air fait* to other countries which
have been announced by Trane>
Canada Air Lines Eflecti.- .1 I
uary 22, fares on T.C.A 's trans-
border routes to the United
States, and international routes
to the United Kingdom and Eu-
rope, Bermuda and the West In-
Fifty ipagfctn m the Dunlop dies were reduced by 7 per cent.,
lyre factory ut Birmingham, in reflecting a par relationship be-
the English county of Warwick- tween Cansdlcn and U.S dollar
(Jure, decided, eighteen munlii* values
BE THERE WHEN THESE 3 TALK!
*
Wives: Plan
Own Houses
*",,( Ihof p.r.il w*r Mi O II
I M a. H C I- I'Mlri oi Uw
II...d* ol AM-nhly. Mi J V. T Ui~-
- V V Mr E W lbrt.iw. M ' P
Mi I A WillMrn*. MlP.Mr W A
rr.-i,.,.! Mr p. m. : r niikp
toria, Ixing Island
M
Cat
TlMl...
Mr N % V
Ii A TIiji.i
Ortrl.
in...,.
S"
r S I Miilr*. Mi
I A M Bulb.iii. Mr
Patol, Mr i
Holiday Over
OT C P SKALE. of West-
bury Road and Cpl. W. K.
Greaves, who had been holiday- II IS a.
Uk| in lt,iildos since early lit-- *'' "" '
Mardu for gm
1;.nd In ihe t.ulliU. Thc\ were on
ChaS '" -A F. Both of ss5.u ,
Ad.,,,, m. them originally U-ft here In April ,
1944
B.B.C. Radio
Programme
WAV. JAM AKV :
B*rth lUrm II IS m
Tour. 11 *S i
ti Nf> 13 10 m N--'
unharia.
II II illull-
I'.lfl. Mr 1
Three Months
.'i hwsdni. Mr
M H.wlioaU. Mr
cereBls.
Back To England
MR. AN NC1S G.
HURT, who m rived In Bar-
bados in Sfa3 i
terday for England b) the GelMo.
Tliey wen- ;ucompanied by then
young daughter
old Labrador. \.l...
"Teal.'
Mr. Hurl, whose home town ii
in rsasnpshlra. used to bs a race
horse trainer before tl" HJ
v.ife oonws from IX i I
-.' \ -
M |-n-'iU. Mr
I I. w* and Mr
MONO ths i.aNsengers leav- S.4S p m vn-n
d yesterday f'*7*"N*XtrAiTii
a, Tpi
ng foi
t IS i> tn -Hir H.irf
KMthm ) Ihrli
Th K.i' .1 Tout
1
i | 0 aai it<>-
m Th* Nmi ; tS
Ln Route To South America
by the GoUHe w. re Mi nl M
Paddy Egan and their daughter.
in. are route to
England and Ireland to spend
aonths.
Mi l :,m. who is on the staff
Wm rogarte iit'd.. i
MAKING the Cruise on u brother of Mr. Jack
Anentlna which called here O'lhnvd Egsn. one of the Direc-
yesterday nn her way to South tOTI of ihe above firm.
i is Mr. Hector E. Moinenu, .
President of Marlboro Wire Goods Talking Point
Company of Marlboro, Massa- A woman* uuesa is "inch more
chusetls. He was accompanied pji kVatg than a man'* certainty.
by his wife. Kipling.
i -i
r- k>. Iltpm Rmdu
mii-I. K ,.r AlUnlH
IS i. it, -n,r B>iil T"ir. S p.m.
ntf up tiw Curtain. |0 p in Ttir Nrw>
0 10 p in l*mm th* BgabHUli. 10 11 p m
i 3o rm The l*.i Ononl
t* ..i iu-
BY THE WAY
m
PICTURES of unhappy, shiv-
ering people wiio have
waited 48 hours t get so
autograph alwa> make mi-
wondei how they spaj
spate time.
Do they read ovai then auto-
graph tAKjkN. with tears stream-
ing down their faccK? Or do thcA-
csUilogiip the bits of clothing
they have torn from Uu
.Res in some famoua. scuffle' I
imagine that when a star cca.se>
to be a .-tar a bit >nlpped from
her fur or ana of bat I
cigarette-ends can still DS sold to
. : retired eeUector in ordei to
provide money for -...r.. .
all-night vigdv. Ale tnei,- guto-
graph aealars, and soeond-hand
swtograph ahop-., uIh i i- i ,1.1.,
of these affairs can pick up tor
twof>etue. the -ignatuii' .; ..in.
forgotten (avounta? And If a
star cannot write, does her
thumb-print count?
O mi--i mi
C. SUET. Esq.. confronted uith
the laMO of the Load
ette for Junuar> 15 containing the
appeal of Ihe Pin. Hook and Eye
Snap Fastener Wages Council for
the revocation of Order O (48).
laid the first finger of his right
hand horizontally along his upper
lip and breathed down his nose
n sign of deep thought.
He then pointed out that snap
fasteners foi window- i,-. than
1'Jins in height and num.- tlian
lain*, across were not Included In
Uts Amendment Order revoked and subsequently unre-
VOstod mi "i dei to aniitlgamate it
v.ith .1 new Amendment Order
(O. 1216) which would exclude
U.e srord "hook" In certain esses
Order 3<> tb) Eron ths
-haft of II d Memo-
randum on the auttincUon between
. .
ly as applied to the sn.
.d thi bach <'f mens trouscr->
which exceed the slatut. .
mum icjccted In thi

I In' 1,'iiiiiniiliitmli (\ t}
DR KOOLJU K. lost no Unto, As
M I Zero had in-
. ..< thoti plan, he i ud
Mme Mi,., n.
her th. good m v^ Wr ..ill .,,
nuus tie said, "na Ifham la
find vi.ii by chance A:
inoiiient you will rfiuw >oui mtet-
esl In his nan prerh Ha will then
come to me and ask foi
formula. I will ghrg bun tht real
formula, and he will hand it to
yon, thinking he has bs
POU, and Ulievmg that 1 am on
hts side. What could be Mater1
m I Zero will then fadlll
.s.i|m hut how shull I get awav?"
"You will bS disgUiM-d as Egham.
who is to deposit DM in Paris."
And the real Egham"" "You can
lafel) leave him to me," respond-
td the shy widow In a voice that
i Koolruk shudder like
nn aspen in n typhoon Mean-
Bf Heachcomber
whila Egham had ariue.l ..'
i
struek by tin gsgnnass and obvl
1 Koolruk The
iimning beast even made a ahou
of refusiiiK to let Eiihain watch a
iperlment 1 do not even
trust myself," he said with ttrac-
tlve candour. "Come, e
plied Egham with an admiring
smile
In iltirkrst I ii'.luml
.i snap trti. Her ercal
kOUfh Ik acid (or life. At jungle
drums drier her naked feet, aov-
old furies ore released. And the
mes and roan.
(Description of dance
Rupert and the Pine Ogre21
WAKIi (' PITF1KI.II
Recently eleeti I .. Dtfestoi ol
1 ay, Umiti.
Pttneld assumes wider
. the 11 rm founded by his
Ute father in 1928 After war
service with I lie ROyal Air Force
Transport Command he Joined
W.C. Pltfleld Al Company, Limited
n> 1948 and spen- ..n,. year it Ihe
New York subsidiary. Mr. Pltfleld
then was moved to Toronto foi
two years, subsequently going to
Head Office. In 1949. he was
ippoMad manager of lh,. West
Indian Branches and is now on his
annual tour of those Drenches,
laving recently completed hi' vis-
it to Barbados.
igo, to build their own home.
They formed the Fortitude H0US-
ing Association, consulted their
rssSJaMBsMBt, the firm's architect.
and legal officers. Then they
bought land and submitted plan
and their wives made sure that
they represented the kind
of which women dream.
Not only was every room to be
eaa> to clean, attractive, with the
right kind of cupboard and the
latest labour-saving devices, but
the houses were to be all-elee-
Ir.c. centrally-healed and with
three bedrooms. The next thine
their husbands did was to put
ihem"elves to school for nine
months to learn how to build. Tti"
were run by a fact
The lowering of airline tariffs
in term* of Canadian dollars over
these routes resulted from an
agreement reached between TCA
and other carriers to consider the
Canadian dollar on a parltv with
of hoiiTe ,hc Un,,c,,i S,alM do,U" ror 'are-
*" "ou making purposes, amending the
current relationship of $107 to
SI 00.
The dolls* saving being passed
on to travellers, for example, will
mean a lower air fare between
Montreal and London. England
"i New York to London
The reductions in TCA fares be-
wee-t the Canadian air gateway
ndon range from S45.40
I dlWIl on a one way ticket to
and he had some *xH- WI.7S (I1WI) for "no-season'
lent pupils. Work was started return. Still greater reductions
last spring, and now the nv ft
work during the week-
by floodliKht at night.
The first completed house will
be occupied soon. It will have cost
'1.450. Including legal and land
charges. If their p1-n- run fo
schedule the remaining 49 will b*
completed Inside three yenr. AnJ
she word Tort hide** i
on the commemorative stone I Id
ut window-level on the fir*'
1 US*, will spur them on.
with the introduction
cf tourist service on Mav 1st.
ranging up to A38250 (BWIt.
Similarly, reductions of 7% on
current Canadian fares have been
made on January 22 on TCA's
trans-border routes to Boston.
New York. Chicago. Cleveland
Tampa, and on the inter-
national services from Montreal
nnd Toronto to Bermuda, Barbi-
Dldad, The Bahamas and
.1 HJ) ne;i.
TOIl.tV
I AST TW'i
PAi-nm norm r
nn.iv wnwiruw .
LADY FROM SHANGHAI & LOST TRIBE
in arwNRR"
nri mo,
:k PROWN A
OV THI rp\inii
i HITTrR
4 45 A B |> i<<
' THU tllkll
stabtrt aott
MITC-MUM BVAN
L
A
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PLAZA
tUSTLN
in.il him
lAMIIl IIO\(V
"KI.I.H. ,,..
OM. Ol M V .1
IW. KUOUV
CA | F "f W The Omr*m
^ - ST JAMES
To dv imlv B M p m
I.I.*.* MfMUIIII
Jans WVMAN Kirk DOUOIAO a
roi NT vivm \n
Onr\ COUPBR a Pat SKA1.
.....,. W.T
Itooam llolanolt
s K
- 1
Thv squnrel look* h Hum,,
"Whsi nukti rou k (
drmjndi. Somrihinn vny trsaSB
ii hjppcning io ih oni this
tear, but ho* hould vou know
anyihins boti< n ?" fhf lutlr
b*r if 11. him ot hji In. Iijpprnr.i
ad ot ih* P Ogre'. ., tid
" Thu n mponani, ittnbli
iiporui; .. "Ur
rriut (.: Kf." Si>
Rupen ,1-w.ui, parfei op h^. .i
ind iii*i ro krr 'h' giiiirl in
ht 4i it kjpi (long ihruigl'
JUST RECEIVED
SILVER SWALLOW ENAMEL-WARE
TRADE WINDS HOTELS LTD.
ANNOUNCE
THE OPENING OF
i in run a i. mil (lib
ST. JAMES
1st. February 1952
The sensational exposes
which electrified the
nation were only a A '
rehearsal for the 'j
shocking revela- ,
tions you'll see
when...
HOWARD HUGHES prtssets
THE RACKET
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THl'KSDAV. JANUARY 31 1MI.
BARBADUS ADVOCATE
PACE THREE
U.K. Interested In
New Chemical
LONDON
Tin Kiitish Colonial Office tod
mures!'" in the announcement from America that a new
wonder chemical had been developed which, it is claimed,
will revolutionise agriculture by converting dead 01 U
ductive soil into productive land within hmirs and halt
erosion

._________________^_^__^___tunlt kodattwr
overseas terrHorirs." Colom.il
Yiurrira. U.K.
Must work
Together
From Face 1
hnd
America, between
United Kingdom and id. V
:.;id other Governments who huv
forces in ihe field.
"It was agreed clearlv that
vrious situation would arlae, and '
methods to rut down soti
have hern unsuc-
cessful -o far. Ben.--"
.kuL.hle if I his
*) successful."


named Rrithm. la not a fertiliser.
II allegedly restorrs the physical
on whether to de;i| with Nation- 'Nurture of Oie Mil Id H
allrt or Communist China :,nd cuts down ero-
Eden raid, "I nttempted to -imes.
-undo Ihe American Government Repent l .x|>riiiwnl' i
to take our view. I did not sue- UaH
teed, bu! 11 it only fair li> add ahow lh.il K Ik pow-
that each Government Is entitled dar. art* anything between in-
to take its own views. hundred and one thousar
Churchill and Eden spoke as more quickly than natural eondi-
Parllainenl prepared to open the 1 Miners such as compost or Baai-
debote on the Conservative- party*:; moss in reconstitutinir ::
new nip acturi to allow Ha natonl nu>
nlrood at saving Britain^ aeons irltion through oxygen, a
mle life. <,Ther elements. And one pound of
Krllium has the same effect as 200
Prompt, Resolute. Effective lbs. of peat-moss or 500 lbs. of
Chur.iuli laid Hv, rthaUcaily Itlaalllnl to decomposition bv
what noulrt (>r done should j bacteria, Kritlum I
truce be made only t-< l>e bmken ,,, ,.lkl. ...
n discussed bafora we H RriKtm prevented because
!ik.- |
rpongr in the dry seasons. In the
: particles are not carried
away to any appreciable extent.
tnd the water run-off and conae-
v.Hou. eontlnfrncm" lid tata CS """""" a"""
",>:;;, hr,;;. .....eSKk
played-out to support growing
"I thought it betier when I WBI populations,
invited to address the American will nun man-m...-.
Congt ess to speak in ganaral '
terms of the aclion we should I OlaamkaJ Com-
take. in common, m the event of P**Kft Which is I'mlding a 50 mil-
any breath i>f the truce, and I,on dollar lactagj In Itl
used the word?, "prompt, resolute "* production, assert* that it will
and effective". I doot thmk these be able to aril KrtnaUB HUimiB.
were bad words to use. "H'lv m IMS.
"These words did not reme- I>""ved from Acrylontrile. base
tent any new decision* arrived .: r',r nii,liv P***"0*- ,l WlU ** first
during our vlsll. But Ihcv did * b"1" 1"' """" (Us. 4d)
expres*. fully th,- spin! m which *"' -
we shall face difficulties together "
Churchill said that the Chr
Communists were being "slaugb-
tered," before the cease-fire pro-
poaed by the Russians gave them
u chance t "re-establish what
they call face." They since have
been bargaining on equal Icons
wltii iepresentatives of the L'uitct
Nations We sUll hope an agree-
ment will be reached. V -:A\
hop*, that If reached, it will be
kept.
"I think we secured a better
chance for reaching an agree-
ment by making It plain that
the United States and Britain are
working together in true com-
radeship, and In the event of any
treacherous renewal of war. they
will together take, prompt, reso-
lute, and effective action"
r.P.
I I \ l/>/l\ I H1J V> :
Far Ed*t SUtdeni
TeachtTH To
Train In U.K.
.. LONDON.
Landmark m Conin
in London reit-ntlv of 150 young
studerrt-tcachcrt from Malaya, ad-
vance parts of 300 who during the
new two and a half yvors will
undergo a training course at
Knk i. i,ear Liverpool.
Thru pi e-ciK-r highlights rrcent
demands from l->th sdrs of the
House of Common* that primary
eduiation. Improved and more
read should be made
vi,ii.,ri. .^ rapsdl] at peaaloai M
all classes and religious denomina-
tions ihmughout Brlustl
sans erritories.
Th< Yotggfj students. Malayus
CMnesr, Eurasians drawn from
Seaway Door
n For U.S.A.
. part of the Mala
'Hi return, under ti.
m* Bctsanse, t.< help build up
tem on an
inler-raci.il basis.
/" !-.-- Mj Lfn aan I C /4 H*au* fuDctton wilt ba
f /fjPfl V f%V f /.i>/t- *"* Malayai prtmai
^-rm~r*s**' m vrai sv> m^jmx nl lad help adapt to Malai
* ideas they aaai
CANADA is m.t closing the door on United Stale* par- And' ibak naming follows in
iicipation in um St Lawrence Seaway, the Minister of line with the gtatemanl of Mr
Transport. Mr. Lionel Chevner, sdjui ul) Jnnuarv 8 in a Owaar l.v.tHton. Cotontal Bacre-
nation-wide broadcast.
The Caiaatttaa Cfavamunfflt, he said, will pursue the +\5F \
t*W ahafl under the 1941 Canada-U.S. aaaaaaii
aipvement arfd actmn for the all-Canadian seawav. until <"i<' vs
il bocomti clear which course will be the lirsl to produce |p^* ^.^Ti.OM b^e)!
rntaltB. ^ M. OovanaaaaT
-nhe logical action, he said aaassmnr] Ni power development for neither Malaya nor any other
-ddress, m Ihe nun national secUon" rolonml aoverana
-would or a Joint enterprise would
Canada and the :,,P nKmrtes la OntortO and the In Bi
laUtd ID Unite,! Slides." ivhlhl the costs of "No d I I college in
the'IMi agreement. adding the navigation rae,nues Mai...... en prefer-
^,r,.' S2LhnP ^'Wi.n 0-000" ** Minister'- op'r- thel-..
ver> COtaaWriible i anadlan ,M t:ril, ,, ^ mrn ,m|
ex, ,-nditure. to he sure, the Mm- women will have the ODpartuntt)
to anyone. ItalTof .11 to the X-JJ ^ JJ-^J-^ft n^d'^.Vlhe':
aavavaa would tw '' '' e Jn uur rwour,-es. E^iU ,t ,11 ume. bear TalaUcai
borne by Ihe Users and the benr- he said. "In fact, the project is in J""^ J
edur.it
H I Q
flcianesof the foeihln-. by way greater than others that ha\
Of tolb nn shipping been undertaken in the pagt
Tiie aaawa) proytel " Canada has already spent over
twaao loaoa and lha isoo.oon.ono in providing the Ship
IS before lha turn of thr .en- Channel below Montreal, Nn 14-
lury. has prok'res>*d fnsn l#inn foot ranaU Into l,.ke Ontario the
desirable to beconiinK Welland ShlD Canal, and a lock nl
T;* yh*-u,yg9 saui. ate-Uaria. m- of ihoe
rrom iith miemal devel- v.nrfn... .i->i rw <* ....
I umial O) Lull
An'hfloafon
from pair I
than il

NEW
EVENING
DRESSES
Larry Runs
Off Road
Shortly attar 4.45 p.m. yester-
day, the motor lorry S268
watch wm drlvan bo I
mlehael along Illark Hock ran
off the road by the Lazaretto
knocking down a three foot
guard vail and ending up on its
left side in a ditch some 15 feet
below l he road.
Carmichnel nnd the other occil-
Cl with him In the h"d of the
y were unhurt. The lorry was
going IB the direction of St.
James. Carmichael '.old the
Police that as he reached near
the Lazaretto he tried to avoid
an accident with a cyrlist and In
so doing lost control of trie
vehicle.
A large crowd watched ai
efforts to pull the lorry out of
the slimy ditch proved fruitless.
Up to ,20 p.m. the lorry fffal
still in the ditch.
The lorry Is extensively dam-
aged.
IVipin^ Charges
I .S. Aiding
Giivrillus
HONG KONG. Jan. 30
Peiping Radio charged today
that Chinese Nationalist gufidl..-
i:ainst the
Yunan Province with American
-i
Yunan border! 00 Burma and
Thailand.
'1 N. (. onimunist broadcast also
quoted a Toss dispatch from Ran-
goon, charging that unit after univ
I unandcd
by Amrrran ot'(..
being moved thmuBh Thnllnnd lo
Chengtung la Burma to reinforce
guorllla lures*.
It said that Chentung I
for 10,000 Na'ionalist troops who
I P
A eery large part of the pro- .
,,. "-J.JW ,v ha- i.i-n nit'eadv when Canada wa* much poorer In uimw
t^^Ur^Tt^S m.tarl.1 resources. The worti and J JW ^T ,ound
From Duluth and Fort William material that vent into the Well- guidance and advice and louno
to I*resrott, ihe various channels and Canal alone would cost Mm "wayi ready to listen, to
-aared I great Inland fleet mat go.Kt denl more than atM.000,000 W"! "' l" OOUIU7j,
is said to provide the cheapen toaau J' -1 ntrtbuUon to lha
transportation in the world", wlUi BhrlaUan rallll ami the latitude.
I vessel- loading more "1 trOUM like to emphasize the humilllv I '''',l amaal
than 20.001 am a*dto at I""' rreat slgniflcance of the S^ I. m bf fa i trying ill-
tha ;i.'>-fi R, I .for Csnada. nl ,,'l>^ iu the flesh
Ship Channel "ha* n holds incnleulable fn A now he g.jes to his rest.
made Montreal one of the bus!- the economic developnwnt Of the upheld by the hand of OocL torn-
in ihe world, attrac- ,..h0|p rwUoa A' ih.- tame tim- ted i hJa own strong I *
lln*flll2t th?-*?g*l* that Canada u ibU ind "'- ' " l ''" "'those who
oTtlX bok-tieck^l el*!,-,? C ,vil,tn" '" "WdWta"'' M,,Ul "*" 'n. Precious memorv.
treal and Preseot- the ""'", *? "'-"7 i"' "'
ltw, the erowth n hive nl.e-dv ex-
lake TCgatas on the Other U the -rlenel and the stature M
of the Seaway project hawg attained
tOdayi Finally, let me make CaaU
With raiMet to the Of an all-Canadian Seaway pro- ^ Uniird Slates part., ipaiiou n,
jecl. Mi. fhevriei pumted wt y,, g,,,,- Thll wr,iciplii |>
that application had been made ^j, the |( lra, ,hp ,l^llilU
H
example Is a chnllenge
. Ihsa well gad .he well Wi
may take on OUT ItpO Miurle<
I tritule to Julian Oren
fell
BtrniiM nl )u. '
HI he sUd i
in 1MB by agencies of New York
e. Out It Is results hat count.
On- SflY^ll at M-" ..*
I Ihe strt mlvrnlurr xllh
:, , ihT'lntern.^iS -"> Ml MM ** \
-Given mch a power P^"0" the onlj
ent. by these or any Canadian Government will pur-
.. i,na'.r jooefae. Can- i""1 >>oUi alternatives, that
ada could and would add th lion uudei the I1H1 ,i
navigation ranata on her own and aclion for the all-i
side of Hal iivei." Furthvrmorv, Seaway, until M l.econ..
he said, the President of the which course will be first to pro-
United States had "undertaken to duce results."
give this Canadian project his ---------
full support. Congress fail to take arrtt\
early and favourable action on >| \KCjK
Ihv 1041 agreement."
RKMKMBKR the ,.,* about tb
i grant him real Ml -
il. ami may light perpetual
shin.- upon him.
The (h thi ien.i..i Hi
Thou wiw'-i Lord
the secrets of our heart I
Mi. ehoii. lergy Bnd i-ongregation
retirad from the Cathedral while
that the
Lawrence
Authority is
i in pealed
March In Saul.
The baari
to the grave
... Hot
*
Hollywood sweaters m.de of M L.C Hi
material that burst into flam.- M I..C. Mr
easily? |n IJelrod. the polier Oi l mat agreement J^ ( ||u, -^|^ J Vl ,,, %1urrn),
'" concern manufartunng the ex- The last rites wm
'"/''. ." i\ ':"\ J2iplocUng Joan n Uoriflor n.-,- ft Ha Lord Biahq.....1st
s
eomplete the necesai
swsaanay irom Von.
Brie and to main-
tain the Canadian canal
pletion. II the 1941 agreement is
the Authoritv
struct the work* assigned to Can-
ada in gal joinl venture It ||M
ptorceds on MU OflHI
tawrfty will pl. Is the all-Canadian canali."
He said thai the agitsiut
Ontario -anlirlpate. go
len
.. undertaken under lb<- 1941
agreement, its term* will be re-

imiei- the all-Canadian Sea-
way project the i(. c I
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>< -Part 2
Thurtday. January 31, 1552
I)ks|t*ral4k >lasnns
reduce
Great Britain's balance *1 payments diffi-
culties an- part of the whole Conservative
plan to restore sterling to convertibility.
The major plan will be announced on
March 5 when the Budget proposals will
be made known. This bringing forward of
the Budget by so many weeks before the
end ol the financial year on March 31st is
sign of the urgency with which the British
Chancellor of the Exchequer is coping
with Great Britain's desperate financial
situation.
The measures announced on Tuesday to
the reassembled Parliament are further in-
stalments of those announced eleven days
after the Conservative Party took office.
In November Mr. BUTLER announced cer-
tain cuts in imports and credit restrictions.
This week he took further steps with his
"stop-gap" emergency measures. There are
to be more import cuts on tobacco, food-
stuffs, furniture and toys.
Spending outside the sterling area has
been reduced to the very low level of 25
per annum per person. Eight out of every
nine British cars are to be exported. There
are to be greater restrictions on instalment
buying of electrical and other appliances.
Persuasion of labour is to be adopted in
an attempt to meet Britain's manpower
needs by recruitment of employees
through Labour exchanges.
All these measures are designed to re-
duce the total of 1,450,000,000 at which
the sterling area's annual deficit is esti-
mated to be running. It is, it will be re-
membered, the proclaimed intention of
the Commonwealth Finance Ministers that
the sterling area should be in balance by
the end of 1952. Mr. Butler's announce-
ments this week are the second instalment
of the United Kingdom's contribution to-
wards achieving this balance. The final in-
stalment will be made known on March 5
when the Chancellor of the Exchequer
presents his budget to Parliament.
Government spending is to be drasti-
cally cut and puticnts under the National
Health Scheme will have to pay one shil-
ling for prescriptions and for dental treat-
ment. Economies will be made in White-
hall, where 10.000 civil servants will be
dismissed and the information services are
to be reduced.
These two measures are preliminaries
of other economies designed to cut gov-
ernment spending which must be cut II
inflation is to be avoided. There will be
more money available for private spend-
ing as a result of the restrictions on the
quantity of goods available for home
markets and because of less tobacco and
leas foreign travel. It is imperative there-
fore that the Government cuts its spend-
ing on social and other services so that
inflation can be avoided.
The Press of the United Kingdom gen-
erally welcomed Mr. BUTLEK'S measures
and the Liberal News Chronicle hoped
that the Labour Party would stop blam-
ing the Conservatives and would realise
that there was real need lor emergency
measures.
The Daily Graphic made the valuable
point that every one but the poorest
would be called upon to make some sacri-
fice and that no one would suffer real
hardships because "the cuts do not touch
essentials."
The Daily Express stressed that old age
pensioners and children would not be
touched and rejoiced that the freedom of
workers would be preserved. It approved
of the government's decision to cut tobacco
on the grounds that it would be stupid for
the British people li> "smoke its way into
economic servitude." It was disappointed
that there was to be no cut in American
films and it again urged the Government
to look to the Empire and not to the United
Stales for its markets
The Yorkshire Foal was delighted with
the proposed reduction in the information
,iul in the vast army of civil
servants.
The United Kingdom is facing a des-
perate situation by the use of desperate
measures. But the measures are designed
to produce results before the end of 1952.
Otherwise the people of the United King-
dom could not cheerfully undergo another
dose of austerity. Mr. BUTLER'S treat-
ment is warranted to put an end to recur-
rent crises and to restore the pound ster-
ling to an honoured position among the
world's currencies. In Barbados we are
soon to hear from Mr. Adams in his speech
OH the Estimates 1952 53 what are Bar-
plans to assist the sterling area.
If Mr Adams can gain the confidence of
the whole community, if prosperous Bar-
badians are profMTM to make sacrifices:
and if the newly enfranchised masses are
Stuck to {rasp thai their only hopes of
tirther material progress lie in their skill,
proficiency and contribution to the island's
Sroductivily: something might be done to
elp the sterling area and above all Bar-
bados. Unfortunately there is a tendency
to believe that Barbados can go on riding
on the crest of a "boom" wave.
Mr. BUTLER'S second instalment of his
plan to restore sterling should help to
change pernicious attitudes and stir Bar-
badians into it'cireness of the dangers that
iiue-ten all ot us.
Ul-'^<- B ... -Made in German,- ex-
\ \t i.iin ji>n> tubition will next July open at
Republic is barred by uie Iron Alexandria and later tour th.
Curtain from its old export PVarsOM li..a> in her own vrsswls. Middle East's principal cities.
market! m the nearby ugriiul- TOgatlMf with tnet *Ude in In Turkey. German salaamen
rural wiiatrt 01 Bl ItOI 0 OOTWany goods / repraaanta- are bark in number*.
Lurupe Su to-day it i* feverishly lives ot tbo Knur's Big Business, In neighbouring state*. Pakis-
seckmg tn spread the growing will bl dispatched engineers, tan and India and awi |
flow of the Knur's industrial pre- twhniu.fi, and construction donesia, the pattern runs the
duett over th* reman rkcrs to help build ai
world. power stations, railways, factor- To """* Kong. Malaya and
There Is no regular outUt les. reservoir* arid bridges where- Thailand %ne approximate^
aotfwante, even to Germany's ever-a contract Can be obtained, quadrupled her exporU over the
B Mm Mi Africa, with if still curoioer- !f,^5'1t^'S^anliu*lro-
The reason 1, thai the lOTMtl aJ* German atemant m the "" f ^^.^"fcJ-Vr Am-r,
Zone, whose- sweeping fsnuwds South We*t. regarded as h.v- J^e^^^VSiSil eflcSf!
previously supplied 75 per cent, ing excellent potentialities. for m thgaa araaj. she Is ra-
gs' Germany's home-grown food. Al< or, the Union of South !,,,, nfr ure_war position as
n harnessed now to the Commu- Africa imported over CM million cm,.f supplier of heavy industrial
nut bloc's economy- of German goods last year, products and engineerm.
And the Communist bosses do against M.880.000 In 1950. |n tm> connection. Argent im
not wish to relinquish their grip Amounts imported into other has awarded hor contracts foi
on it$ rich agricultuial produce. African territories might sevm building a 300,000 kilowat thar-
Illicit tlvisacilons still con- .^mallbut the increases over ih WO aatitrk power .station 300
linuc between Western Germany previous year were remarkable, miles n.nh c>* Buenos Aires dur-
and the Soviet Satellite Suu*. Kenya and Uganda bought ing the next three years. L*rK-
last May. before the Allie- made 13.000,000 compared with 850.- est power plant In South Amen-
a concerted dnve to close the 000 'n 1950; Tanganyika EM0,- '\ > *' cost US million
frontier leaks, they allegedly 000 agalast 271.000. Southern "' ."*" V*", ."nc!'
readied a rate o| 100 million Rhodes,* ^585.000 against 214- Jg^J"J toaMll ^S2^
year. However, the flow has 000; Northern Rhodesia. 334.- J"*0"1 " ,"'
now decreased, as the Western 000 against 108.000. And these J,^," ?< wolfram met-
authonues impoiq economic increase, are typical of those in rurv and prying,' wt.il at fruit
penalties against offending firms, other areas In the <- a croup of Ruhr steel and mi-
and customs men and frontier It was with this tn mind, and ehinery bosaaa will provide nm -
police hold stricter watch. F"i the vast con'lruction and de- chinery. equipment and techni-
theie transactions Involved the velopmcnt work to be done In dans for roal mining, smeltinu
dispatch eastwards of strategical- Africa, that llerr Brettschneiner. and the c ly important materials benefit- head of the German Africa A>- BatttOBi
ting communism's war potential, soclatlon. recently appealed to In B* ItXarismtL us part of the
The result la that the IMaral 'he Federal Government to grant incoming flow of Ciermnn good-.
Republic lg to-day redoubliin. UaJ ciedits" to German German motor*; are ousting Brit-
eflorU to capture new market* firms seeking to n seubltth ish cars.
ID the seml-industrialis.xi and themselve* there Slgnitleantty. tttrnughout tht
under-developed COUntric-, mny The Middle Cast. Asia and w"ld. the general quality
of them in the sterling area. South America have sin bSM f'08" ***L ^uJ.SZZ'*
The increase in her exports is vigorously toured by German ,^^08^*0^TBrtush deliver
already striking. sssman, who. after ililng uP u^^JJJ^'JJJ w^ more 1?!^
In 1850 they were 697 million, .>pportunltie-. were followed by bwaUM> ^ r^-nrmament's clainv
In 1861 they were 1.174 mil- German missions. All have sue- ( Hntains Indu--
lion, or nearly half Britain's eessfnlly prasasd German wares trialists are naturally alarmed
This year. Boon trade officials into the nhop windows. The only means lo halt this com-
hope that the gain will !>e in Their salesmanship will grow petition, they say. Is to allow the
proportion. more lntnae, predict the Ruhr Federal Republic to produee arm
Coal and steel, machmerv ami '" e. nnw that they are regafn- for Western defence, thus usint.
other metal products, electrical "n* their footholds, up part of her labour force and
goods, motor-caraf pharmaceuti- r'nr: fring a poKBihle trade raw material.^for the purpose.
,u recesaicMi when t*ie present world Even o. G'
mpetltl>.
?nts chemi- '^cession wneti wie |.
- ,. 1 mv rearmant boom abates, thev wish | ihe future, they consider, will' VOArc ..,,,1 wpii an.i
, 3*JS '" " markets as rapidly as become a vital threat to Britain- yMrS WeU a"a
iion.li wares p^m,^ expert trade if trie world's de- pcrscinality on the
il. optical instruments.
(ail ptOdttetS, textile-
1Z h?.7f 2sVTtnm......."""" j""- t*
mi: nas *__ Already in Egypt, cashing in mands for consumer goods sK.--
At the same time (he Federal m nt|.nrttlsh feeling, the Fed- down In any future trade rao
Republic is employed on a big pr>1 Rj.puh.lle has been granted aion. For then eneh manufa.-
ahlp-buildlng programme aimed eontracU for building a Nile tuiing country would be
at creating a merchant flc-1 r.r i)ridge. re-modelling of a Nile to battle harder to sell It
?' million tons by 1854. enabling Barrage and the construction of -as a matter erf economic life M
her hy then to carry half her a Cairo power station Further- death.
News From IBritaiD
By I1AVIII TF.MPtJV. ROBIRTS
Whal has Winston Churchill
achieved In the three monthh
since h? became Prime Minister''
The question must have come to
thousands who listened in
Britain to his broadcast address
to the United States Congress.
The main achievement Is a
change for the better In our
national self -con tldenee Not so
many people F--*-t 111 tli.-it Limit
that the problems we face in
Malaya, In Persia, In Egypt, and
the problem of our own fidure
prosperity, art* being bungled
and butter-fingered. Whal I am
reporting 1* a general impression
quite apart from party allegi-
ance. The Labour Party which
provided the Government for six
difficult poat-war years had
gently run down like a spent
spring. Even the supporters of
Labour who admired Its social
programme and stood on the side
of labour within the country,
were coming to admit that the
international force of the Atlloe
Government had vanished So
Churchill and Eden stand hitiii in
popularity for their swustveinanl
in the United States, for the
sense of grasp they have on
..IT..n
Winston ChurchlUs main
aititcvoment la lo turn over all
the perennial problems and look
at the other side of them. The
Far Eastern problem he seem*
to have better In hand than
any other man his speech to
Congress seemed to have an
electric effect on Congressthere
was a deadly hush while he
steered uround the dread Mhjeet
of the Chinese Nationalist Gov-
ernment. In the Middle East the
Prime Minister has an original
thought American and French
and Turkish token forces a
kind of reverse operation to the
Allied token forces fighting
IxTde Americ
And so on-
are takun out
in Korea.
nil the problei
imt dusted.
So it is at home Bver-f UllUs-
ter has been at work reviewing
'i\<- |i.^t eai deeihKHi.- "( Ii,
Dl and asking the civil
I number of questions.
lilt will not be many
Hfjfctflg ihanges of poln
of l-iliiir*s poUcy in the Colonies
will be endorsed, with some
Of emphasis BUi
appointment of .1 General in
M. .],.>..

When Parliament re-assembles
t and of this month It will
retlly bo the beginning of a new
i'i! 1 rxpect Uial some very
stringent economies will be made
And the
Socialist* will have to decide
what they are niteinlnig to do
bout t idles in Opposition. Win-
ston Churchill and his govcrn-
1 jHiweifiil
case foi economics in expendi-
ture and they are arguing skil-
fully that the social services
would not bo so expensive If they
longer distributed to
those not in need. The principle
on which the Labour Own
built its Health Service. Its fam-
ily allnwancqs, and its food subsi-
th.it everyone in the
oountr] should neatvs I
not only the nn-ly Misdlrlne is
free for the rioh as well as the
poor; baiter and milk are equally
1 the millionaire and the
r* wife The best cur-
1 i". ..'i\ 1 aj gW
a lareful re-appear a nee of some
kinds of Menus Tot for the
various social services Labour
does not like the Means Test as a
principle because, as the Con-
servalive "Times" remarked this
week In a scathing article, it was
applied with im-annes- m the
administration of the Poor Law
in the pastand Ihen extended to
ItttSfflploj. ment benefit in such n
discourage self-help.
I predict that iJibour will lose
the battle against the Conserva-
tive logic of cutting out fsOCUll
for the well-to-do. Their
rgument is based on bitter
memoriesand now we have un
c>ptimi-tic Government.
I 1 : 'lung's going up; now
It's gas** said the milkman who
delivers at my flat And truly
there Is a steadily rising iieiui 1
priceswhich will certainly rl
higher In the coming year. But I '
think that news must be uorim:
to people outside Britain becau-e
it is happening everywhere. Th:' ]
only difference is that Uriti I
w-ople do not know how fast and
how far prices can rise. From1
my own travels. I have come to!
SW that the British voter iia-
icell protected against!
the facts of lifethe rising cost
Had perilous supplies of the bi,
industrial cltii-i of the world.
The Conservative medicine i*.
to take away some of the "pro- ,
tection' from the British OstUM
We will know, this year, how :t 1
goesthis new dose of austcrit\
have seen a fanciful
v bOtlt n Brit |
union that advised the employ-
er's of Wolverhampton that If men
who took time off lo watch a foot-
ball match were required to
make time up on a Saturday thei I
"overtime must be paid" mean
tiiK the wage* for "tlirr mil
hair. At this rate the Bl Rl
engineer would be getting a bonu
for cutting work for the mateh. I
On the face of it that Is how It I
seine. But the truth is quite
dttTerent. The employers are quit 1
pleased the Union made th.r
.'tuinum crneiit It has cut dow>i I
absenteeism because anybody ean
00 that the employers have N
troag ease against the engineei
who plays about with productior
soiiedulei. and then ask- Bog
bonus for if What would have
DUKlO for absentees would be a
"make it up another time ll'g .,1.
the tame" attitude.
Our ItYaih-rs &mj . .
011111 un
Archdeacon Shankland
TilK DBATH Ol Archdi-acn Alfred
flhflfclailJ ;' his n-sidence "Uplands". 3rd
lk-lk'villc. removes one of Xhv most
colourful figures in the Anglican Church in
Barbados. He was 75.
Alfred Shankland was one of those sim-
ple souls whose life was a sacrament and
who for a perind cle upon half century
gad t(. the material as well us the
spiritual ni-eds of his fellows. His generos-
ity of pocket was second only to his char-
i'y f heart and in a life devoted to the
Church he was an inspiration to those who
knew him and amongst whom he laboured.
Born in Enqland in 1877. he was educated
at Warm ins ter College Wiltshire, where he
took a first class in his Oxford and Cam-
hndge Preliminary for Holy Orders. He
was ordained Deacon at Gloucester Cathe-
dral and 10081 after raised to the Priest-
! hood. After holding curacies at Oakridi?e
and Berkeley in Gloucester, he sought work
in the wider fields of the Empire.
Coming to Barbados as Vicar of St.
Davids in 1910. he joined the Cathedral
Staff a year later. The young priest not only
attracted attention as an energetic worker
but as a fine preacher. Two years later he
was appointed Rgjotor in 1917 he was brought back to the Cathe-
dral as Dean and Rector of St. Michael
It was the most outstanding occupant of
kul's Cathedral who said that the yard-
stick f--i 1 n.iod Dean must be
his ability not only to preach brilliant ser-
mons but to mix freely with all sections of
OCJfty. The appointments Board in Barba-
dos might have been guided by this advice
of Dean Inge. They could not have made a
happier choice.
Dean Shankland held this office for 21
truly did he stamp his
work. Inspired by the
loving care of a devoted mother he spent
his life in llu- work of Ihe Cathedral. He
drew young people to the Church. His in-
terest in the day school, the Sunday School,
the Scout Troop, the Choir and the musical
Um community made him an easy
leader. !n the days when middle class
upplied the musical talent in Bar-
a is hardly a concert or recital
to which the Dean did not contribute a
violin solo. It was his delight to relieve the
Cathedral Organist of the lighter duties by
deputising at the Organ besides occupying
the Pulpit.
His two outstanding contributions lo the
cultural life of the community are the se-
lection of nn English organist who should
DO from the Royal College and its sequel
the purchase of a new Organ and the build-
ing of the St. Michael's Girls' School. Both
have served to enrich the life of the com-
munity and until his retirement he re-
mained a member of the Governing Body of
the School and of Harrison College.
Alfred Shankland was a man of simple
faith and deep devotion whose firm belief
it was that the Anglican Church in Bar-
bados had a unique mission and magnifi-
cent opportunities. In his sermon to "the
toil to a conference of West Indian
legislators and businessmen in 1927, hi
1 -uiowed the growing spirit of nation-
alism and felt thai the Church had a solemn
duly to give a lead.
The growing tension at meetings of the
St. Michael's Vestry of which he was ex
officio Chairman caused him some anxiety
and he decided, in his own words, "to make
ptace for a younger man.'' This he did; but
his service lo the Church never ceased until
those faculties with which Nature had en-
dowed him had begun to dim. He was un-
iii.itric'l and although he leaves no
relatives, his passing will be a source of
deep regret to a wide circle who loved and
respected him as a Minister and a man.
Nous A vans Des
LIVRES FR4NCAIS
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Plans Irons1>," Single
Plans Irons-- l';" Double
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Stanley Pianos
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Men's l.oose Fitting,
Single Breasted.
faohertline
Men's Loose Drape
Single Breasted, Slant
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To The Editor. The AdVocatc
Sin With rajereoM I
port on the debate m Um
Legislative Council on the pi-
paster oi um "Inveatuator/' which
appeared In thl "Barbados
Aiivwate" on Wednesday. January
30lh, I feel bound, m nirni to
. rnment*i Bpoki i
Ihe House pi AawtrnUj, and in
II poastble ml
understanding*, h> Sapl I
the isMorraei
ihal ih' propfiii-i "
through the Crown AKrv.t- I. tlM
Colonies.
2. Duping ihe course of the <;<*-
baft In the HOUM Of Assembly .
clerk in thr Sei-n^.u <' . -i-ki-i
......lt.HI. -.).'
had, in fact, been obtained through
the Crown Agenl* He nnf up
the FMhagigs onu-er. who COD*
llnned th,T ihe propeller had not
iiern obtainext through the Crown
Ajnts. Tht clerk nusheard him
I
SpokoMii.m in thr HOUM
that the propeller hJ hi
fn-ough llu- Crow
whereas, of com >. ha lb*
reported ihat it had ast bean pui -
chased through the Crown Agent!
hM th* CiJonn-s.
i bjb, s.i
Your obedient servant.
II N.Tl'KNKH
Colonial Secretary.
Race Hatred
To The Editor. The Advocate
SIR.in view of OM *m "
Ireaaing conditions that now exist
In this Island ..s the result of Bm
unret-iiked ad univstrult^l UM
of "race hatred" as a political
weapon to ensure success during
Ihe recent election campaign,
please permit me to muke ;i few
remarks.
To COm<> hrictlv tn UM potnl M
ine st.ite straiRhtnway that such i*
cordanoa with Almighty
God's: Will H expressed in Hu
Word, and that all who are swayed
i y it inilki Iheeuwleei His oppos-
crs as Bataa did, MM) will perish
WHh then '
II.,!.,
eapon in
the handf ^f the Devil "od of
this worlil". fin I
it. While ihati
UM nii*t tkes of the past,
they cannot be compai<-u wtttl
those of the present; DM
excuse be made for the wilful re-
fusal of the great majority, in
these critical "last days" of tin.
v. it Id. t<> i.t>ey the commandment*
of Almiiehty God and of Hi- King,

But. strange a* it may sound,
tton. hated

world, whew "east mei I
i Rudyard Klpltag) and
men of aye?} colour and race
t'nite In love. | nonj uid
worship ol the or*
Ing God r.nd of His Christ. His
King of nuhteousiie** and peaM
m His .lamiv New World. On.
Ills shoulder the Qovi
>>( 0m uki> ise of His
Qovernment nd peacs there shall
be no t'ml. until UM knowledge Ol
the glory of the l-OKD (Jehovah)
covers the earth as the waters
cover the sea.
TRUTH.
lot.thult
Mm Advocate
SIR.Our interest In local
cricket lias laded. Next w cents
to football. After remcmbcniiK
what last year was, now fa th-'
time that something should l>
done to remedy the state of affair;
and put Barbados on the footbal.
map of the Caribbean.
Only 1.11,1 year a Caribbean
[OOtbeil Association srM
and Barbados could not atford i.
ultmd even ai an observer. Thi,
year a Trinidad team leaves for
BlflaBd .in.l jnuthvr for Jamaica.
What I, Barbados doing'
Keccntly a Trinidad Club team
visited us. Barbudos went under.
Grenada came to Barbados am
defeated us .gam; Harrison Col-
lege went to play Queen's Royai
College and was defeated again
The place where we arc suppowM
to llnd our talent is In the school-.
but their sttndard of football
has reached a new low. They can-
not hold their own In their d;vls-
ions. They cant even tind a
player half as good as the Wal-
eotts. Griffiths. Worrell. C H
Williams.
Couldn't some Kheroe be de-
vised to make even oui
players and others interested An
appeal could be made to our
stores and others asking their
generous support or even a trip
lo one of the small I
create interest or cxt< i
attention to the B.A.F.A..
search of talent. The B I
claims agutnxt Weekes, King.
Mullins. Hunle who have all re-
HnilMilf" Why cant
omcthing be done" ]ni 'gin.-j
Trinidad has an aver;..
Shields and Cups. Barbados h
" \ hope f>
U'tur organised game* th
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Chiefs of Britain's cycle industry. wh<
were flabberKasted to learn that their steel
would be cut by nn average 20 per cent, from
February 24th. expect shortly to argue their
case personally with Mr. Duncan Sandy:,
Minister of Supply.
They dispatched their representative
Major II. R. Watling to the Ministry.
To officials. Major Watting stated the cast
f the cycle manufacturers, requested a tot
level meeting as soon as possible.
To the Minister, the cycle industry's chiefs,
vill point out that, as well as being dollar
arners. they are developing an expandin |
export trade with Britain's overseas terri-
tories.
Bicycles, they will argue, are vital \
millions in Britain's colonies and other
under-developed territories, where th'1
native populations cannot afford other trans
port to and from work. Bicycles, they will
state, form an integral part of native life
Production and export figures fro* 195!
neantime, show that of the four million
cycles the industry produced, over two and
a quarter million were sold abroad.
Preliminary estimates indicate that
Malaya received 350.000 bicycles, value over |
C 2,707.000; India 263.000. value over il 1.722.-
"00; W Africa 195.000. value 1,643.000 K
Africa 130.000. value 1.087,000; West Indies |
27,000, value 221,000.
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PAKISTAN FACES TEACHER PROBLEM
AMBASSADOR SAYS
The economy o( Pakistan ha?, up to the present time been
r.sultuul. but steps are being taken to switch
. to industrial development, His Excellency Qari
imnwd I... new Paklltan Ambassador for Bru
tli<- A.lsocalr vistculuy Mr 111 rrtlnsd hap
HI Trinidad on the SS "ArfmUlui" in route 10
l.i take up his appointment.
1,1 tl,Jt the Pakistan Asked about the reiuaee sffmr
nem throuaji srholarship. between the Muslim. nd me
.n-nda. sent their yuun Hindus. Mr. lu ,aid th.l Btl
.. Ik> world for partition Pakistan received b.-
trjinlnj and they had earn ma to elshl million
to England, ret,,^, .,, hardly hull that
bnited States. Canada and
VMIIWWIMMt Alllll\i;s
If d llW numbir"in p:Kirr:nshad *"*
ftttt in iho
i.,- of th*., Imlrperui-
' x>! doubled.
psaBBBl problem now
.1 OOVMWMnt" he
how lo procure trained
tCKru/r* in the opening of a
.* iiik.1 itself is no probl
in bMHa
present population
was aboul 9.000.UOO BS BSjeJu
India's wh
320.000.000.
Administration
India hj.l inhcTiti'l j fully
(quipped iidminislration while
they in Pakistan had to start their
"it to the background of 't-vrirmeiit ir-mi Mnld
Hod of Pakistan he said Uie nm '>'* months, they hid no
it the lime of the partition jpssawitera. pencils nor pen. in
if the sub-continent, it was **"'>
'<
because Innn had
i by the British Govern- refused to give them their due and
i ftent.iUves of the legitimale share which |
and Hindu* would have -meed to ;it tht tin.,
ii homeland in the areas partitu a
...... predominant. In spile of all those hardships.
'^i-lims area was to be- they were tsl| able to m.ki-
Pakistan and the area of grand .ichievenicnt. Allh. i i
rUnon would remain as moment, they had the ne\ work
llUl1"- .. .
Native Mates tvvrj i attnani M I
As legards the Indian native Letln*Amerles was Um M
states, i*. was agreed Wiat they so far which had escaped
could either loin the Dominion he
of India or Pakistan and the Ambassador.
' was left to the rulers of As far as industrial development
the states Hyderabad In" the i> concerned he said: "Wt haw I
South of India had a Muslim set programme and plan
ruler with 80% of the, population are aolns ahead with them Iwaj
non-Muslim........ bearing in mind not to throw
The ruler of Hyderabad people out of wcrk ihn;
c:,It-red into a mutual agree- maUsation because w
ment, but the Indian Govern- aware of the fact th u one mach
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|. Hit Mi
Mhn Bti.-il (weajfthj bow Ue) walking
arrived by th- K s | Menihrrv
on lu
Bound Over Claim Laid For $1.113.0.5:
For 6 Moulds Case Continues On Feb. 18
i future ah>
-\ L. Walwyn told I
iugh Indus- Jordan of V M rhael
|
iSSul1- X'^iui? "3 ^^"WsVaj5S.rtK 22*1
Hyderabad and took it h>
I .rmi under the pre-
text tsiat n was the wish of
the people and not the ruler
which should prevail because
the people were 80% Hindus.
KsaTiooKteliffoi^ifflh: "as
The ruler of Jiinagaih was a At the hmo oHhe .-ubli i.>
Muslim ami aboul 7S oer rein P**stan Karachi 111 capital lhmael while ui
. HEAR] | db dtbl brought lr
' ; e Rrd of St
I V l> .in Connell of I.lurk Rock
Bd until Um 18th ol rabruan bj Hii Lordship
Mr. Justice Q I- Tyloi
------------------------------------------'-------------- Tr,
.
BpS la] Jury was adjourne.l
i appareni durti
i tf
- -* --- - m,, '"* placed Inm on |
. >.hHSLrl >,i,''i"ion' wc " intl.ctiiiw bodily harm on Conrad
published the biggest sugar m,ll Mm* Wllh uf trttorB,
it Afla and iur hydro-fle.tiii
both tn the Ej-f and Both offi
Western wings of Pakistan are on Jit
Jordan ... I ol Claim,
~, ,.-- ,i, U
U.S. V ieitor
. I -, .
oIH'tll'l^ r ritt'l\ l '" W not
u|" IIUB ot IV m ,,
n noustho
Hindus. Th<
ruler of Junag:idh then acced-
ed to Pakistan and India
marched her troops into Juna-
nme Ka<*hmere. with
83^ of her people being Muslims,
but the ruler was a Hindu. Here
i acceded to India and
Pakistan told India that they had
tstabliohed a principle that the
ISh Of Ihs people mutt
puiaUon of 300.000. now i
it had re-.-h.xi 1J mill. WhllCh
Asked why SS it thai UM West (Ml lie
Indies could not gel Jute bags (or "landed and dsSChai
sug ir from Pakistan, he said th .i Conrad Ishmael told (he court
with the partition, thev had In- 'h-d <>;i January 24 about 8.10 a.m.
Ik i ib-d the areas which grew jute, he wa* on Whitehall Bo
but not the area which prccessed heird n noise t. min| tn n
...;,nailer
KS.U J .............. I" inn ....
. ''' I i. p-
Mi W w l;....
ThatwasinCulcuttaln India MrM"c^
Very recently, they had es.oh- *. ; Mr. E. K
ite aalU m Pakistan and Blenman. II. ,. de- same ship to his hon *>; ""*y,1 *''", % '
d, fendant and left. rVraMiUiia, whan h L ,t V,
useertslned. but" India sent heT ^ *"^d of the year. Shortb Sftai ba bad Uf; ba been living fo, 36 '' ' '' -mleld.
iroops into Kashmere without ** sbb said that ba was favour- heard aboul anoi ,Z**ff2S*
ascertaining the views of the Qb|y impresseJ by what little he UM I me bouso and went back, vacation at the Mine I! "' .' ''""'.,r
people. had see.i of Barbados He had but 1ft! .......i. I lainlifl s ( Innn
r'ree IMe'iiscite hiwevor noted th.it lhara wara '' idanl out of the house with Tl "ha plaintiff's claim Is Bar Um
"This case his DOW boiic before *n'"M on ,hc ^acw r lhr~ hlhabl- him. WhUa ba if the Wl" ' Smith Inc. .,,. $1.11305. monies due and
the Unite 1 Nations who have sue. la,1,s which g.ivi. one the impres- .l.fcndant Otltalda Um ImUsM BBS I-1'1'*''- (ChMly of W fl in the tlef.iidant U Um
11 i ion thai Ihey were happy. Ii that defendant took OUl a pair of *ood.!" "t * .soanufactuW of *!.*!itT [ the price of items of
r- in the Stal<.
f Kaishtnere. India, although w'rr "* ?""' ""' '
T lh. I,.. t..ill..i'_,l >ti-t Kl- ._
..: the principle of
La has refused to withdraw
her troops from Kashmara ayhu]
that the plebiscite shtuld take
place while th" India troops are
KashnMra.
Laal .lami.iry |05| at the
Commonwealth Prime Ministers
Conference In l-ondon. the Ccm-
iltb c untries suggested to
.
ma] itcurity of the State
Of K era dorlnt the Plebiscite.
realm countries
niilti i nd their armed forcea but
.t free plebiscite,
lid r.-i ICOSBJ that posi-
tion and \ dinns sent
Australian J: due sir Owi
than ba batsavwd ihai hLs people
who wen- living in th<" island
would be happy too.
jf his pocket and mad* li?'nls '"", Induirtrtal mn
several stabs .,; him wIUl It Ho *> i-l"csent tft.
was wounded tai the left arm but P1*"1'1 MUJ
the wound was t>, trivial that h- Mr mn* Uvad n
did not go to B doctor. **nt over to Amentlna as a
Ten Cartons Of
Beer Stolen
Ten cartons of beer were stolen
rom the warehouse of Messrs
S. P. Musson. Sons It Co. Ltd. .
about. 10.30 a.m. on Thursday
laat. The incident was reported
Lucreta Blenman said ih.n me l'"in tradesnii
ttefandanl came Into has iMdnon "%* ''
..nd threw her out of bed. He
1 r i ; |,.-|
: i and de-
l ft ' UM plaintiff to the de-
ln St Michael on Ihc IHln
but of May, 1MB. .nd for further
moniea lecelved by the defend-
II i
Be svenl ibis pis
70 UaSe Planee
At Sea well
l-asl ^ ear
American
muthed down al Siawelt Airiaii
In 1951 Tii. v broughl : H
seiigers1,140 males an I m their return I
loal i IN Baaaangan sll m a
i
I the year l|. 20.7S
srrivad in Barbadi
and 21.040 left Of tltuse snivln
ane ' all and 5.3*0 b
Sta IS. 101 left by air .mil *v
i -ith 1.058 in 15
one himdi.-d and fOurMefl plani
railed from Variasuala The pea
i Vene/ucla vtslton
Ml '< h -ttid August.
Aliens arriving m Um island la-
year numbered 3,102 and t.62
I. ft
* ouaand and shrtaan Bi H
ish planes called brln;ir
passengers while I2.4B3 passeng
planes brought i.ii.
I" Wneruelan planr
with 3BS passengers. ISO I
WiU l.iiTfl pasaengirs ami -'
]>ntili planas vilh 281 passenger
Pot iha i
iniwed in j"it M i
American, w Dutch, 3
French, i
mblan three << >
i ii
i ii irnanlan, two Bwedi
one Danish one B|
from Argt ntlna
No I'asM'liters
\ an Buajaa '.<
m> I'.mama. Sweden, Denmaik.
*i untlna .....I Siwii. did not bi
passengers. Of the others, tb.
Hritish brought 2,203 passeiiei i.
and took 1.B17. Canadian LSM
and look 1.4W9. American 48 ami
u>ok 41. Dutch 72 and took Hi
French I 432 and took 1,201. Ni.i
..ntl took 12. Colombi in
. :t and took 41. Honduran foul
and look 25
eta were 434 Btl I
181 BMtOf vessels, 13 yachls. Ihrei
training ships, and 363 schoonc.
IhmiiK th. year 971 passpo.t-
were Issued as comparetl with l 14
1. n< wed .. u
1 ired with MS) Additions and .'I
lersllons were made to 270 j-a
pisrta as against 105 in 1950
Ten visas wrre granted bi
iei Ulng to iinti-h Mrri
' rn .,> .,,i.,|..,irl with 22 III III
1.114 travelling permits were >>-
KM ax read for IBM
tin number was 1.15V Issued and
Of Iha permits 5B3 were Issued
for passages to Trinidad. 233
St. Lucia. 55 to Dominica. 102 |Q
llrilish Cuiana. 72 to St. Vlneenl
in M OranadS II to Antigua. I.
10 Montserrat, ten to St KitU. CM
to Tolmiio and one to Nm.


Mis Sci.n
itilf
M
ol
Mi-
1
Playing fteU To
IU> Opt tin/ Soon
more thins
Irinldad Bha had
tonne sold in local Itori
she said was "n
was not satisfied until <
v s ojollari in th* 1
was gener.ttl> mbn
beautiful M hei than Trinidad
by Harold Roett. an employee of ,,,"/:
the same llrm. Village,
THE I'layinK Field at Sergeants
same
ErncM Morris of Endeavour. St.
James, reported ihat a number of
Christ Church,
be opened. The pavilion ^
pie ted a few weeks ago
ecasrU] i>i Frank rarpetiterl tools valued $6 72 was nt'ld prepared and fenced Tin
Craham frcm the United Stabsa tn|en frnm the to->l loom al Hard- P,av'n Field Committee are to
to go into the matte. They had WO(1<) Allcv City between )l 00 meel lo J'tide when the Held will
already presented their reports to a m otl saturdav and B 00 a m te officially opened.
the United Nation* uikhik and 011 Monday. They'are his property Th' Pavilion of the Playinn
reeemmending the with, raw ii Of n. Challacombe of Rockle'v. Flld l Ellerton. Si. George, is al-
troops in order to held a free Christ Church reported that "a rdy built, but there is no elec-
pleblsclte. Paki;tan had accepted handbag valued $10.50. contain- trlclty yet. Before this field is
ihepositio-i, but India ha.l refused. jng various articles, was stolen ready lo be opened to the real-
With regard to Pakistan, he from the counter at the Colonnade dents of the district, bowet 1
raid th. 1 he was proud to see that Store. Broad Street, at about 11 10 Held has to be levelled.
I ago when most of the
of the world were fcrced
1 y world conditions tn devalue its
ihc only
bi Asia and one of the
few in the world that did not do
Tuesday
BO.
Currency Values
Pakbtan boug:.: the
i und lor approximately 9J rupees
while lndn bought it for approx-
40- Fot Unlawful
Possession Of Shoes
Muriel Fields of thr
DEATH DUE TO
PNEUMONIA
. Ashby I
St Dr. A. S. Ashby who
ti. ,,.1. Michael, was yesterday Hncd'40. S i*t mortsni examination on tsi
5n by His Worship Mr C. L Walwyn body of Joseph Cumbarbatch 1
who found her guilty of the un- Tudor Bridge. St. Mnha.l pair of January 30 attributed death
- uiMn th*C Iswful possession o* a pair of January 30 attributed death to
..""Jr. f? black shoes which she was carry- natural causes, namely pneumonia
1 August 14. 1947. the
:
.. ,tt par. Pakistan
1 1 lullar for
approximate!] ; 'oj-.es whil<
ma In a basket
City.
The fine was ordered to be paid
In 21 days or in default one
month's Imprisonment with hard
High Street Joseph Cuml I
l ron of Helena C
:. d ii'i'i.nly :il In
on the morning of January
tin.
POCKET CARTOON
l>. O.HI III LAM'AM I R
P
s
Hf.lu.rU from HOW
night It for S|. That there- iaDOur. Police Constable Scar!
mid show Iha stability of lo|d lne poyf, tha, on January 28
Um Oorarntnenl financially. nc MW the defendant with a ba\-
ket under her arm walking alonn
INQUEST TODAY
FURNITURE. HOUSE
BURNT
d furniture and
othei ar
His Worship Mr. t A. Method, jj, ,
"NrMlllBltg. the seeple af Hiyh'sli.-T ^te'stopped'hVrMKi Mj" Kg1*!" "' ,>l,nr' "A " hoU
l-.ki.un air more -otldly behind (n l|lc ^^^ WM a \g 0i |,|)l0k will continue the inquest concern- Hill was ,,.,,
HMsr floversimeit than any %hoei ing the death of 54-year-old St. Ore on Tuesday nigh!
olhrr courtiy In Ada and very Hc sk,.(, (lP| how %hr nad . Clair Alleyne Of SI James to-day js owned
li-w In the world" he said: Ho ,h, . -,],. t on. | MO 1
much *o thai ver recently they Hunte h.id given them to her. Lai- Alleyne who was admitted 1
hid lost their most popular ct rheck showed that her Story the General Hospital on the morn- Michael, fought .1 blaze at the
Prime Minister the late Mr. vo% fabi,. Ing of January 24. died later the Mme to;. 1
LUKiuat All Khtii and e-en the Before fining Fields. Mr. W.il- same day. Dr K. Simon who per- Tuesday and saved a field
,ici> (lure Of saeh a pn.mlner.t Wvn told her that shop lifting formed the pest morteaa examin- from destruction
nan In the .ommunll* did net must slop and that if she appenrod Btlon said Ihat death was di :>
disturb the eaulllbrium ef the before the court again she mixht a blockage in the left ventricle or pro)
i-*unlry. be dealt with more BSfl the heart. same address.
For a dwell-
u 11 Banli Rail
1 from June iota
to December in4 t .,
ml of siieoo.
mg 1 ik Hall
(
;! .
m of si2s.ooi

fro 1U48 t >

1
ilQt f Sllol'5 .
sd 01
lo Iha dwellbi
iving liiih.ni
I 1161.09.
The plaintirr also claims th."
I -...,, bold n -
At on th-
iJSl.oo. makniK u giand total of
I the de-
Arlirles Bail gill
PI to tt|.'
tin Statement ..1
'mill purchased
1 '' '!" .. Iicli u ,n tj...
aintiff, bul d.-iiu-s, with the ex-
M h She
I urchased having been delivered
any or the other articles whic.i
1 s plalnufl .. .,-.
particulars of her Claim.
1 defendant admits lecelv-
of $279.00 as set out
' ol cJahn in the
.nti ol.ir. fOl amounts received
' r.....<.. ,ii-.
Iha plaintllT was and still is tr,
it iii the sum of
is mad.-
-.,,,....
'
'* '" ""' Pfyraaw ol 1 1

lo the dwel
M7.HO. i
-um 0/ I]
an parr s
f'rofr.snor Pay*
first Call Nan*
t Petal Q Bakei .,,
Hn it.ih-1 An rtt ana who ha%
been living m Bahla r
bare l
ird UM % S Argentm
-. lerda]
The mlddls sgod ee
ti thru am] borno sfti
. ......ith> vacaUon in 1
I s
I'rt-fessfir Maker snd his Bfl
are the founders ami din U 1
'ii..11 College in Bah
1 been -i< ti
nt of M< K. 1,/1. College I
l Protestant ool In Sou
: hi t 4
Ha "iii asaufl
retj 1
ProlasBor Baki 1
years at the t
Oewt
ba was th
iha departmanti
rh 1 language ami Brujlish Ui
M
in mgh hii csraei i-^ hh will
1 1 Bjoyod ewn pit
w,. srers wen cored I
..he food k.^-i and eontfon
where", he told the "Ad
day was his first vim
Barbed He passe*
through beira on > tout
.i. ago but did
ashore as the ship had called (Ol
- -^' houi 1 1 !
lining that 1 I
In dj when I siiw th,. .l.\ n
Ml bhlg 1 0BM a- U
UM t-ittom of the SBo1
He seemed fasclnaMd as h
round tin- anMarl
1 > 1 dados is a km
II renunda ma af Uahin where
the vegetation and the w;i
. o much alike"
BT Baker and Ui *f
pi to Orne hack t<, B^rliedo

Beauty on the Bed
IVIKtVKAR (ANDI.KWICK BF.DSI'RF.ADS
Shadts of Ously Rosr. UgM Blm>. t;,rppii. Illur GtU
70x80 Each .............. S22.IHI
QBSCIAN COTTON BKKSPRKADS in Blur, (irrrn OtU,
Pink. SO ins. x 100 ins. Each ......., IU.T1
70 ins. x M ins. Each ........... $12.15
Eill.KWEAVK BEKMPREADS in Ruse. Blue. Gr.cn.
70 ins. x 100 ins. Each ......
ISM
CAVE SHEPHERD & CO.. LTD.
10, 11. 12 & 13 Broad Street
I STIItllltllllK FOIIN1 MS pi s-
ESTEKBROOK NIBS
I STOI.AN HAIR (HI \\l
\BIE( VITAMIN DROPS
IIAI.IVI IC Oil. I VKISTKRIII. DROPS
PETBOL hams
JACK & Jill. I oidii SYRUP
l.l'liivs COUGH DROPS
I IDONAL (In Rh.-um.ili.ml
knk;hts ltd.
The food for famil*
FITNESS
Th VitSit.il.* in ih* lood ,oo
si tie not slwsfi iol*i^-f'i
A lull* Mumiu Mdsd to
Ssvourici. Sou pi Siewi jnj v
vsnetf of Sandwiches, n-
halp to make up for ih*
dvfldtniv Mirmilt conu>t,
Vitsmin B. esuntisl fo< b-ud
ln| up
snd ii psrtKuUriy food
tny tor gro-MMg .' ,.
Dsltcioui on hot butit
loan
MAR MITE
IMI VITAMIN
IIAil [XIRACT
llurin4 4i* After
an at lark of
FUJ I
TAKE
BOVltIL
ma
MORE AND MORE MEN
ARE CHANGING TO . .
K' SHOES DAILY
Because they have become convinced
of K's Superiority.
MERE ARE THREE Ol Till. MANS VERY GOOD
REASONS I OR THAT SI PI.HIOI1ITY:
(1) 'K' SHOES .n. n ,. I. in,iii thi inn-si leathers
obtain. ,,. hand-
ti tad lor Btxlblllty ud Mcuratdy graded
by sktllr.l i.iitsincii.
(2) THE IPPEDS ,,l K' SHOES arc selected,
handout and niauln.i by exparii n i I enftf>
men with a care Ihat no machine could
imitate.
(3) 'K' shoes madi ova lb* lainous 'K'
PLU.S KI'lTIM; EASTS with the heel-parts
one fitting natTOWW than the lore-parts. The
ensures a clOM 01 ;it tht lucl ami freedom
lor the tow
Why not mini- in mill lie litu-il uilh | puir
of lhc\. uorhl l.i.....us sImk's ? W'v lire sure
you'll say like nil ilir oilier K' uearrn:
IEE NEVER WEAR ANOTHER SUOS HIT K'
PRICES C57 nn C\, ,-
FROM i 17.00 10 %7.'.bi
nan i i
HARRISONS
DIAL 2664
all Distributors for K SHOES in llarl.i il. s.
|
I IIII
WHIZZ
At the first siKn of a COLD take A WHIZZ
TABLET. T.ik.- unolli.i rveiy loop hours till
reUtvad
REMEMBER :
mr ONE Will// Dill S THE WORK OK
TWO ORDINARY TABLETS
(STOKE & lNOf LID -Aosiu..
_-.


cage six
BARBADOS ADVOCATI.
THURSDAY. JAMAIV 31. 1M.
'CLASSIFIED ADS.
FOH IIKVI'
Claim Laid For SI, 113.05 ;;
TCLEPHONi ISM
[UTUl* W Bnaa>ernenl j
lil CirB (
r > NmW *l wo.d.
Dili)
rur.
C.:-.ter frVi-
"sfi.
Al-TBIT WAXKlANM Ar.4'.c
Renrrlia. i| > f..ncii lane, pl-cc
* M.ch
4N.
H CORDON MtHHAV
OKO'I
IN mfmo:;mm
i oik BALE
\i nitioTivt:
v. ... ha prr'arl ccn-
M.i.ly Oereid E Ward. Jeer.,
Jn C.afwaw HIM lr
CAW ISM fv*.i< Badan. tx ceUen.
i v .
M.PJS. Dial Mi. Jvte, Mi| Mt.
V()i\w vtit om* * M> in star h.
RopreaBe Rprta*; "em*. *
term. A ARM* CO.
^
HOI SIS
i i nq u*
at Gamean. 4 bed-

Well* at
Phec.c Mil or
l I'WIWJI IfUNtU
Coral Band* Wart bin wim 1
Linen OOud a.. I.
particular* pW> Alaa*. La*h..-..
( raj Bbbjbj
for
Muwl Comi Road

and rr diff*wton Good m>>
PTw>nc tW
miMii
two lAitor. root. FtOOM-> ru.nlehed.
running n*r. with or i.iniul tin.I.
10 minute* o.lh I.. Y.ch.l f <
W'otftidr Garden. Dial UM
B 1 Ml f n
FURNITL'KK
111 A lit*. Chair*. Chaira
and all aorta al
ydof lorn* A RARNEa
MIRROR a..11.
MECHANICAL
IfreiaVh'Jfn1, It
(tatar*. M*vnrd Mum
JBon-i"-l. O.S.A
rrusnw.

..
, a ahlpinetit ,,f tl-
\ Cycle, to hand fcp
. iiip* and mM<> In
araae Ltd M 1 Mb
SINGER SEWING MACIUNK .Traod'r
-Very little uaad. m-nplet.. ilh |.t.
iir Cut-work and Embroidery Anl
M M> L
i .. nch
PIMIf SALES
> fr.ni ptir a
the plaintiff lo the defendant for
thi- use .n ouni at Ifi. -idtik*.
;. fendant at toe
of Ihe plaintiff
.nd kepi household arttclea be-
i. gins to the plaintiff from the
in i.th of June 1948 unUl Mar
IfsM
M plaintiff admitted that
wb such a long time since the
transaction, that she could not re* |
tober Wl mad* her a will Leaving' ""?* ^ llem wh4ch h#h
SLT. " STSfS: J"* Ur-' ^Si Hcea. w tok.n at this !
nded to return to <""**_, | point, and on reauinptto... Mr
Oun.c hi- Ulne-. tta defend-1 ^eoe informed the Court thai
cm 1 ked nrter her hu'tand as UUTmg the interval, he had spoken
utoed with them Wlln Cotu.se, for toe eMaatdaM
** before her huahjuid; and u^y had m0wX u^t m .*
iled <.nd she lonUnued to litre # the n.!,,,, of the evidence and
SHIPPING NOTICES
REAL ESTATE
hrtitur. .
CIM R-Ha*d Guvemmml Or-
b-iture J %:
L\m Rarhddf Oovrrntnrnl [V-
aailuraa u M
I ahatw* W I Rum Minn. I I i
ahaiea IUrt>ad.. Fli- Ii <.i.i>c
ahar H . T Co l.i.i
*) ihatr. Daib
V.tI. .'
I i -.': 4
MISCELLANEOUS
"Til rol.r*HKa W4(IV A *hlp-
'nt of in*. p..|>uur LAIIWAX I LEAN
ER AND POUSH Ju.l arrive <<>d Can
no* li* nr* afWi ualad UHWAX
'rail* maivrlloui Dial *"-:
(laraea. 15 1 1 -
Thr
I up lor aal* at Publi.
Fndav the 4th Ha ..I *>'
I p.m at CamntVi 4a
nifd rvrrdt
Crlirua'V
- nlaalMaM
I ftr Cii
.l> II l
ii at
... tor laUna
Ml. J. F.
Fainm M-i
a i u~4n
BICVCI___ ..
B , Rrda! X.t>lx i> Ldch*.
llaiulta tliip.. Tlouaer Ikindt Trr uM
Tuba* Uiurv Daaat at Co. Tudar Hreat
I ho-* arau i r] -,
PN-DAH WIN line R.II BUndtnl
t.ona aquarr fret nl land to~- h .1...1
r.-nialninf ihrvc badrnnnal. breajkfatl
100m. llvlne n-mi and k>U>
ruptioardi Tiled bath Bad
vM>* room and fara** InapecUon
..pplu-alii>f> In Mn H"i"n Kolfr Trlr-
J 4411
tk Auction on Pti-n. th- *lh Fch
ruarv at XV p.m at the i-Tc- ol the
WW "4LK Hrav.
ILialilv Hp,,i, ,||h lovely P.n4j.Older? de-
a>n In dlHeient ahadea M- wide II 9
>ard Vlall K1KKAI-ANI U H
HOT WATER ON $
curt AIirNT* arc m.vi,. fl'
and rraee by Uktne aedara lot
faraaaal Chiiatmma OieaUnd Carda
-tid Calender* Or. requen.
Um Ptayliia R-eorda and Tl npM
cxd and wa bead ordrra too- A.
"MINTS 4. Co. Ltd.
IIIJ> ktm.
MAKR-l- 'v 1
11 .onillpetlun. Hht.ii,n, Indigeatton.
Kldnr> and Bladder Diaaeaa*. end aiud-
var. Price I/, bo* KKIOHTt
?.'
HL1TCAI4BM
liar*, attarhe ei
'i|ht. double loena.
MM A I1AHNES *, <<> IT,>
M I M tin
ADdol Capauaaa in e*a>'
1'Haan.n A. !. D. and'O
K^ltlfT LTD
!'l IH II MMIII.S
HAKTIiV COURT--A bunaali"-
nale at Rout'. DUtdet W Cleonff.
tandina an IdBt aOj.-ir tart of Inr.c!
hooar contain, drawlnl and dlnirf
rooma, t bedra*fi.< kllrhen. lotlet and
l>ath tnapecUon by appou
undaruaned Tfc- pn.p-r1< ill
..n fie aale br Public ComDetiliim al
. Office Bbenhcrd HI. HMdaaWn
Fndav rehruary 1M at I p m vi- -' 1
orwrtth T-, sart atiu
Tha
The defendant daimed
1 fl aiainat the pl.iintin- .hum to
qual the> wud debt of $279 00
due '*> the defendant, and in ad-
Dltioe Hied a counter claim for
the nun of M2, belnc
balance of the amount due her
ufter deducUng the amount of
The plaintiff* claim
Counter Claim
The plaintiff In turn defends
th- counter claim, joining uarue
with the defendant on her dc-
encta. As to the set off ___
ttoned, the plaintiff says that the
defendant is not entitled to
rf against the sum of fl.113-01
luimed. The plaintiff admit", as
to the $51.72. the remainder of
tin- sum of $169.72, and further
udmlta that the Mid sum of
I&1.TI was expended on hr be-
half by the defendant She how-
er denies that she is Indebted
the defendant in Ihe sum of
(62.62 or any other nun <.s alleged
-: It ...1.
In opening the case for the
Lilainttff yesterday momlnn, M
Keete told the Jury that the mat-
ter waa purely a question of fact,
nod therefore Involved no law.
They weuld hear that the pialn-
' N in Barbados from
In 1947 ccornpa
Husband who
inig the same yeai.
I uitiff returned to
Canada in May 1918, she agreea
10 sell the defendant BOOM of her
and the
pJadBtifl was ..llt-giriK that she
not paid at all In reapect of
Iht furniture.
Plan,mi Recalled
Aftt-i hi, i.n.-f dutllne -t the
to Heece tiiUcd Mrs. Reld.
the plaintiff. u( Endeavour. S
1 he came to Bat
1 ad....... tb< MUi April IMT. Bh
was accompanied by her husband
who was in. The) brought IS
(rates i,f furniture fith them.
They lived first at Mlsa Blanch"
JS !i';h.",".".', in the house.
When she decided to go
Canada, she agreed to sell her
and the defendant aaked
".Id purvhaae :hrsn.
nil Whig Meetey
ainuffj .inu-ed to sell
her the furniture and the defend-
ant said she would borrow the
money from Mt. Brown, the Soli-
citor, against her property In Blark
Rock
She 1 plaintiff) spoke with Mr
Brown who was acting Solicitor
for her and it was agreed t<*
the furmturt for $670 00
Mr Ishmaci the Auctioneer.
valued the furniture, and a Mr
Forde made an Inventory of the
and totalled it and Mrs
CountII (thr defendant) signed It.
The amount was $674.00
Sia kefd the book In which Mt
Forde entered the sum, and pro-
duced it In Court.
She ultui -Hid her i.ther house-
hold articles Including silver, car-
pets, and so on The total amount
as $951.00.
The defendant agreed to pay her
vme money, but she never did.
Up to tin time she left Barbados.
May 18. 1948. Ihe furniture
i.ther household article:
! in 'he house.
the length of tkme the cae mi^h!
MONTBIAL. Al alRALIA AND
EtALAND LINK LTD.
MAMZ UNI
M V TKKOA la aepaeled to I
Al itialUn Pnrla far Trnudad.
dna, BmnuOa early January and emv
%fZm
nrd ftaaan.
Cataa .nr-i,!-!! 1-1 bkaaiaai
-^TB-ri
and 1
that the SoHritors be _
rtpportunltv to make certain
rito th* matter.
" WalcoU supported the sutt-
gestion made by Mr Reece. ami
an adjournment was granted until
the 18th of Februar*.
OaCOaTA Ce LM.
F>uk-> !' rVbruacv. 1*S>
The M V DAKRWOOO
.u and paaawnaar
Mt Lucia. SI vim ,,
and Aruba. fcailind llUi> BUi
r.tx.^a.. isat
Tha MV
i'W.lKA
-Hi
aeaaaal carao and paaaaadlara !
A.aunaa. Montaeina
Snu and Bt Kato Data *( aail-
a w 1 aciiuowui ownbsv
Aaw.iATU)'. raeK
"ata. n. aatl.
InumfT atlnc Arttcles
At thu stage the jjiaintlff
..sked t" enumerate the artnles
wMen she rwgM ihe handed
Senate Approve
Nomination*
WASHINGTON. Jin. .
The Senate Fori-iifn RafatkMV
Committee approved Tuesday Uu
laTmtnatior. of John M. Allison to
be Assistant Secretary of State foi
the Far East, but did not act or.
three other top State Departmeii'
Appointments.
They approved the nominati< of Eric Johnson to be a Chain., n
of the international Developnun'
Advisory Board which steers th.
PofEd r'"i" Prograiiuiie. Both nom-
inations were voted unanimous!.
. ., 1 kMMd laaaBen
Senators delayed .<>wi..
^ ppointment of David K. G. Bru.c.
now Ambasaodor to France, to b
Under-Secretary of Stite. A Com-
mittee spokesman said aoi
tors wanted to question Brvea. M
aid this was the usual procedure
NEW YORK SCRYICE
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A STKAMCH ..,., |JU| rebeua.y-arriee. Barbados SW. rveruarV. ISM
nAat
HTRAMEft Mia
fmucRl 1
NEW ORI.FANS RERV1CK

JOUi January- .ima. liarkjaSBi V
I'tn February arnvra Parbadoi !
H January. MM.
1 FWdjruary. IMS
h ratteuary. itil
CANADIAN RKRVltB
Sill II DIM Ml
Sib.
f *B.B
;itlng for such an important jobt'.P.
"ALCOA pvnrrAN-
ah ...\ PIOHSCR
'AI^)A n^STKK
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A NTXAMSJt
These veaaeU havr iirr.iiw
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raataaan) IB
Pat raarj SRI
M..i(-b lih
sian-h S3rd
Arrive* Barbada*
January Mlh
bruaiar lib
PMmiary tlnd
GOVERNMENT NOTICE
ROBERT Tllt.M LTD. NEW YORK AND OULT nKRTIUI.
AFPLTv_DA ()STA CO.. LTDCANADIAN REKVICS
sali Noricr
.., aarsfcaaMl
lr olHea. N
BrlddBtoarn. on Tbaradar
at lanaa.y. ISM, al > p m ma oeeiraDts
bulldlna lot of land conUlmns ITM4
ajuerr lee-t or thereabout, altualc on
ana el Rendeoou. Hill lyma lo the r-a.i
-.1 and adlacent to the land, of Cloud
Walk the esaadenea 0' Rlr Dudley t-
eneb The le la In within n reach 1
ol Ou> Galf Club and command, a .
beautiful view
Pn. further particular* and condition.
..I i.ie aH>i br
COTTLB. CATPOHD A Co.
BolWltO
Ml 51
ater nn.\til and went Into their
home at Bank Hall Cross Road.
They got the lunnture liom Uie
Customs and set up hi
Her husband who died in Or-
ILP. No. 82G23.
Applications are invited for the post of Assistant to the Attorney
hi the l .liable and the salary $6,240 per annum. Appointment will
be on probation for two years in the llrst instance.
Dl'TIEH: To assist the Attorney General particularly m regard
to chamber work and opinions.
To assist the Solicitor General generally and to appear in Court
svhen ntNreaaary.
To attend to all such matters at the Attorney General may require
Theyjl'im 'ri"n "me to time
with at let
IT 1
their nAVe. No V. Iliah "trcet. Il-lda*
1. -n Prl4. in. 1.1 .r-..,a.. !'.
al 1 LVl pm the d*r^iHnc>
- riI.r.R1Ut" arith Uw I.ml therrlo
^ontalnlnd I road. S parci. or fhee-
aboute adlalnlna llr Banxoft ml.
danca at Lower Poniabelle. Tha hou-e
contain* dnwnataln. drawing and diini
breakfart
If arbour Log
In Carlisle Bay
D rt
sen flardenii

Pilllp II Davld.on
vaaivALa
U v it lii- atar l tona
Uvaara.ua*
Pul-. 114 lo--
It..i
1 1 h

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V.rl..i ^, I
qiALIEICATl()NS: Barrlster-at-Law
-.ears experience of the Courts.
Quarters are not provided, but a house allowance to overseas
officers will be payable equivalent to the difference between rental
for privately owned house and 10% of his monthly salary subject to
.i maximum of $50 per month In the case of a married officer and
$20 per month in the cose of on unmarried officer. Precise amoun"
to be paid also depends on type of accommodation obtained.
Free first class passages on first appointment for the officer and
us family not exceeding five persons in all. Sub)ect to review at
- and not as a permanent right to the officer for officers
lecmiU.l in the British Caribbean free passages on leave after a tour
Of 2' \eurs for the officer, his wife and his children not exceeding
the coat of S adult fares to his place of recruitment or in lieu free
passage- on leave after a tour of 4 years, for the officer, his wife
and his children not exceeding the coat of 3 adult fores to the United
Kingdom by normal aea route or such sum ns may be fixed by the
QtWartrot
Applications must be made on the prescribed form (Form P/l
Application for appointment in the Colonial Service) obtainable from
ihe Sectetariat of the Colony in which this notice is published and
celved by the Colonial Secretary. Red House, Port-of-Spoin,
Trinidad, up to the 15th February, 1952.
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and with *tple
Join the "t-ls far fluent
I . I .fi
. .
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lo $2.i n [tr month.
First Payment ".
Enrolment heap. 4 So p.m.
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111! RSDA1 MM \RY U, 1S2.
BARBADOS ADVOCATE
PAGE SltVEN
HENRV
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BY CARL ANDERSON
FLINT OF THE FLYING SQUAD ....
U
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BY ALAN STRANKS ft GEORGE DAVIES
BLONDIE
BY CHIC YOUNG
FLASH GORDON
BY DAN BARRY
IOHNNY HAZARD
BY FRANK ROBBINS
BRINGING UP FATHEh
BY GEORGE MC. MANUS
r -...,. fQ i
mo i ..-_-
MAT IN TWE
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TUT-TUT- Nf>*
THI& oc r&
uokb uks rr-
A VEtTV
f>STiNGLiSWED-
LOCMHG HAT.'
RIP K|P-V
BY ALEX
M*VI ASrftX fk-AT VCJ BOV.' I
3ENTrTV0*-VY \a CALLED ThI hawk*..
exECUTiONSC/CNCE 0^1=080, CNGICOlUICt
JX..NOV A HUM01I iMON, AT
1/----------N. LEAST PCS TE AACMENT OP
- TUS bHEi*
EL KA2AS.'
TUB ~^A-.D vOu vy 5EE v *-EN ^
fMG'K EL KA7A0JV0J SiS m ft P H"i3 Qu*D
I WAS PLVINO / UNLESS I 9mCw-0 DiC'DS ,
roses.' ^^^ctmebw 66/
..IF PHANTOM
BY LEE FALK a RAY MOORES
$ ft.;
r I *l ( I! good looki tell yon they're/!** ri>iW.
i. i know, ton. \. ! ii nu look at the price
tag. lli .t you cn"l art hnrr value, lllustrati-d
i* a T\ o-tone .feign. Tied to very pair i
the .U'.n \Uutr UuAraulee Shield ihe aif
which mean- ju-t riiihl'f Look for it ira
leatUo|, -tore- in liarbadoa.
made by
JOHN WHITE
means made
just right
IT PAYS YOU TO DEAL HERE
SPECIAL offers to all Cash and Credit Customers for Thursday to Saturday only
SPECIAL Ol I I IIS .. now Milblr ill our llruiirht-N Twrrsiide.
, S|.. iyliKlon and Siwuu Sli!
I'msllj NOW Usually
Raisins (per lb.) M Jars Cup Kail Collee 77
Bacon (per lb.) 120 MM Tins Walls Oxford Sausages 69
Processed Cheese (per lb.) 89 HO Tins Frys Cocoa (| lb.) 50
Now
72
GO
41
Bottles Frontenac Beer 26 '21 Fresh Beets and Carrots SOr. per lb.
D. V. SCOTT & Co. Ltd. Broad Street
i ii i: c o i o n \ \ i i: Mini i mi s
U
c^rn^to^t^nci^za
i
Ws taks plsasurs In announcing Ih. opening oi another
up-to-dats Book Shop and Statlonsry sltuoMd in Ins tranquil
atmosphsr. ol Gt.y.ton. VlUag.. Balmoral Gap. This gap run.
oH th. Halting, main road lmm.dlal.lY oppo.ll. In. Ocwm Vlsw
Holsl.
H.r.. lor th. conv.nl.nc. ol visitor, lo th. Island and rssl
Usrits ol Ih. .urroundlng district, will bs found all th. lowt in
Book, and English Magailn.. that thsrs is to bs r.ad. Soon. w.
ilso hop. to stock th. mosl popular American Magailnss.
In Ih. lin. ol stallon.ry ws will havf .v.rything posslbls.
while local .ouv. ulr. wUl also bs In .lock. Th. "Barbado. Advo-
cats" will bs on MU hsrs svsry day sscspt on Sundays.
ADVOCATE
BOOK SHOP
STATIONERY
GREYSTONE VILLAGE. BALMORAL GAP. HASTINGS.


PAC.F. Kioin
BARBADOS ADVOCATE
THURSDAY. JANUARY 31, l52
Good Turnout Expected
For Second Regatta
LHa *'"> DOOI OUt in th*
lnlcrmcdi.iv .>. i 1>"
l. Hotttvf.
I the boots which Oni

will he
..day.
| ire nearly
Only I* o chances
[ been made Curonetta.
e-celved three minutei
rtlc and Gnat, has been
cratch boat in th*
ttj* will sio-t
rith these two and
ig a minute (mm Keei.
Reen two minutes. In
Regatta Coronetta's
two minute. ..nil ||
etirr than Ci>-
other change Is in the
JClass. Hurricane, m the
f j. received :i minute
Hainhnd. twO itiii.u'
ineer and Olive Blossom,
(miiuitt From Imp .ind five


did :." and
owing Ic - acddCBt, Started
v.i-nt on to overtake
the other*. Ituinbird only de-
feated her by j narrow margin
Her time for the race was two
ir.inutea and 38 MOOM
. :
Lhl HbMlim perform-
ance, the HandieMppers ware
forced to make Huxl i<
RainbM three minute* -nu [luc-
id (Hive Bhokom two
. .
np and receives only .1 imnutc
iron Smbad.
A Change
H.nimnn inudi- tome changes
ince the List race. Slu- now
cu tries a hollow gPRf Ud
OWBaV-
ktpptff, <> j,. 1
yellow so that "he can ! B*en
by ihi- Judges''. The spar has
aiso been "beaded" in ordtr i
Corkk
aBlated 1. : ugc, was
.vmking Qn " IPBI '"i Sundu
morning while the Yachi Club
held its crulM t" Snnd> 1
tells me: "1 will make you cat
; Hurn-
Buccaneer will be racing oil
Saturday. She has been rc-
uainted and "Fume" Williams
U putting on the finishing touches.
Fome had \ 41 |
tor not tutorial in the drst race.
He Mid; "The nickel kept me
extremely busy." He
to sell Buccaneer In
I U) I ' built.
Imp will fain Im* r.inn,: Ik;
ippn Stanley Tryhane,
was working on bat last Sunday
He bough 1 hei ova> tron QaofrM)
n
Btnbad read) Apart Irotn
a new coal -i paint, ha bag 1
BM BlH
per, will I*' launching
her thi- evenj
Wii i-if ni. Hi;---
sum. whb h was ikipperad leal
year by George liaggiitt, might
not ba nadcti Her stopper i
out i>f tba island and I bav<
icceived BO news ;is 10 u lulhi 1
Winston has .1 new lUpDM
The othai i>" ixwt whu-h did
not race In tba Fatal Ragrtta wa*
Peter Pan. She definitely will
not be sailing this seaao-i.
Captain liaison is trying to sell
1
bate M Monday evening m order
to clean htr bottom. Bh
be launched again tomorrow
evening. When I aw HanffMBd
durku the weak
ing nroen hoarseness. 1
wind on laturdj
quickly icmcd.>
Eagle. Mohawk. 11
Dawn. Keen and Gnat did no.
raea in the First Regatta
Mohawk will be racing on BfrtUI -
day. She was launched "n
l veniug She now hajl
.. hrsllow pai 1 am
whether Eagle will ba sailing
Dauntless may be sailing s
1 el with a misfortune last year
!i ,'.i : .1 I
she was wrecked on the
Pelican Island. I understood that
William Skeete has rcco\ci.fi
lus lead and is getting Dauntless
prepared. Arthur Evelyn's Duw:i
will also he racing.
of .ours,' Georgia Hoad uui i
man than one race. He
,il! have Gnat 111 the race on
Saturday. Rei-n. *&
her owner Len Hoad, Is also
1 1 .ia tew UltJ
In tba C Claw I'eggy Nai
did not ran- in the First Regatta.
Her owner Wilfred Alston 1
1 land but he may l&M miss the
Second R<
A Longer Nc.isini
Many yachtsmen mi
plaining -bout the 'hurt yacht-
ing season They claim tint
to make- <
preparations and only lo sail in
pproxiniat.-ly 13 race*.
They feel that ruccs could ba
held up to the end of June ami
then the rest parted taken during
the hurricane season.
How Tlwy Run \l \ in tree
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Nunes Surprised
AI Goddard
IIv Our Own Correspondent
KINGSTON Jamaica, Jan. aO.
H K Nunes-. C BE. President nf the W1CBC, issued
a personal statement in Jamaica to-day in winch he ex-
nd surprise at a leading .-' Lit QoddaVd in
Austi cricket
defeat
in the series-
- said: "I was surprised ri\ 1 1 mal-h of five
when I read the comment by a day* then Test match and re-
Wnt Indian, particularly one for- peat this arrangement under diff-
lunately holding an important en taJttlng in the
position as Captain of a West In- other lhr<
dies team, ns to the playing of "Tours to the West Indies last
Test matches so soon after arrival about three months and it i> not
\ 1 alia The West Indies ir- pnuible fur many mstM t, make
rived In Sydne> alxiui '.1 was the
DM torn and had ani|ilr .. In til) 1951-1952 lour to Aus-
. and become a*- tral not the wisdom,
cllmatised. An England team tb>
comes to the West Indies in a adapt ourselves lo ihe conditions
small ship a) the time of the year of other countries as vrc expect
I to \*> mi- (hem lo adapt themselves to ours
and if we cannot take what we are
1 .1 few days on the turf glvon then we are not measuring
play ton colony up to Ihe ralibre of Test cricket
matches and then a Test match in I tain In Ihe .>< clamalion of
Barbados On th. n to Trini- Ala < mckel cham-
dad on a matting wicket and so pions of the world. I congratulate
on. If we defeat them we do rshlp. his
regard our vntur'. sj miimreed .jru-k. t brain nil ablUt) lo hold
India is rnming to the w tram loftther at all ttmea and
in 1953. They have agreed to play his own many valuable 1
.'ithin short 1 ar- sMaranti contnbutl
1 ixtemt mj hearties) acknowl-
. ^ /,.- EL- cdaen-ynt t-> all of the other mem-
iH>yS OtHir r Or ben of his great Australia
MS*win
:"
M
N
1 a .,,
I I v.hom I intei viewc 1
nra lonlident that some of |ha
lid subscribe eupB
to he presented if another ItraH
was held nftei ihe regulai
R.B.Y.C'.. series. "But". lb. .
said. 'The race- ol |h] 1.
would sill] have to bo arranged
I. liiivi Commit!
llundicappers who would
1 bvUniHly spare no pains to make
It a success.''
l.et us hope these suggestions
are taken into consideration
If acted on, the long til
.
nig Season will be dei
What about it City
firms. R B.Y.C Committee and
llandicappers?
Many yachtsmen have asked me
where thaj cm ibtaln copy ui
Harvay Flint's "Yaehi
Tin> can now ga| this book at the
Advocate Stationery
The handicap UlBW for the
Second Regatta which will i-
wiled m Cartlale Baj
day mto m (bUoa
WHghtM lo
I
-. U.I K.1WI *,!.--
I. .,M *M -. na.,t . .. MBMaJ riggi
MM ore I ico
gnsj '"i p'.-hrnarp j and flnol on Marc'i IH
OLYMPIC MEALS AND
M.i

a..,' .1
F M
her.
The
start )
Rangei
Moyra
Okapi.
II" hojit'i which did not
I tba Pint Regattii an-
Wirard. Pantaty, Circa,
Blaii w.11 ciond mid
Hollow Spar
Stanley Cheeseman told me
that Ranger will be sailing on
Saturday. She now has a hol-
low nai and has been lep.uiue 1
Circe is still being repaireii
(bcrcfoio sna will daftntunji at
out of this race.
Fantasy, which was practically
rebuilt last year, is already in
the water. She'will lie in Satin-
day's race and is expected U
give a good performance. I have
Dot nan Jim Jones ihenfbn
cannot say whether Wizard will
be sailing.
Moyra Jllau and Okapi we..
kepi out of the Fust Regafa
through circumstancf f n.di.
When they were to be launched
trie tide was too low and on
another occasion it was rough in
ihe surf. Okapi was
Mum Blalr am"
tba) WUl both be sailing on Satur-
I
it not lie sailing
because Jack Uadley has already
told me lhat he Is only racing in
the lasl six regattas in ordti I
qualify for the Fronlenuc Race.
n "V.1,,.,1 2SS nan
11 1 "ovi. RUir .1 i:-..
11 a s rim K-l 1 St YclUi*
n D IS War Cloud ofeaai Halnbow a m 1 .. K-l
1> V-i. T.....rulyhi . IL...
li 1 Oainbim
11 2 Itrm.lulr
n n ti\7."ii.'...
11 B 1 1 Mr.....d 1 i-|. Hbrrlranr : ai ni
\\ mated 1 *j IfSflSM
' B Pvet>' Nan 1 43 li..|
1 l 8 i 1 1 44 Vvlto*
K Tornado** S 4S p>d
I 1 M.. ..... ^kipn. J M Yolli".
< a !-...:> in lira
c c .1 Man tstsro en rfcimi a ts Vrtk>
1- gaan I.BB asa
c ';, M*rwin Raon S.H Vrll.
M Oannat a M Hod
'i 1 II aagj 1 Gnai ......" 3 tfatjaa
Boat Race
Move?Costs
Jump Up
By ALAN IIOBV
LONDON. Jan
lhl. I *.
bombahell Phei
that the Boot-n ce I
gest free show
move tram tha dank Putney
Mortlakc COUTM '<> Uk I
: Henle).
Edward B evan 1
1 .
It) Be it ii.i.. is 'i
for UW, old IJgul
Blue 1 '
11 thai it
cheap at
1
"Costs have gone up by leap,
and bounds SninV

of ten Aj
Each men ow, in ad-
dition t<
.


wrong with the human
in the un
good as it rv.i
fatal
My t'Miinteut 11 Cambridge
eight put up thfl
performanea In ISA I
h COOtOrd and the A1.1
erioan it would be nuUlon
(itie- if th- ll. Bt
relegated to Henley, although tln<
non-paying couldn't grumble if
W. INDIANS
How a-iII West Indian eomiieti-
this summer when the
Olympic Oamaa dining hall opens
in Helsinki'' [ undorttand that Hie
i n proi on to dividi
tors into five groupa for catering
purposes. DUnranl menus have
I en in-pared lor each group.
The Wei Indies competitors may
possibly be included with Ihe
I-ttin countries. But if they have
I hi the mailer I suggest
Uv v coma in with the British and
groupa which will also
include any Bahamas reptcsenia-
hv. l Tin' li ., sample of the menu
they 'sill then lie offered: for
Breal I Liken Will be -porridge.
. bacon, ham and
fruit.
Lniuh; Hoi-^ d'oeuaga, mea*
; 10 th. gulled meat 01 6
losip, fish, moat, game
or puultry, ala .rmt.
School Sport*
I'l imar> and Sev -
v iiools have been j
hard at pra. fid during
the past i' 1 Bpartng for 1
gM coming football an
the schools and inter-school ath- !
latle sports.
Last Int.
uateniptad .1 series of wuu b> .
D College to become t'U I
inler-Sehool Cup wltUMM bg( tfM
first lime since '934. The NO "
only bv a arrow margin and wn
decided by the but event ol tin-
day, tha B8U y*,(is which K W
Ulasgow won for Lodge.
Maanwhiii- i'ninary and Sec-
.1. M'huol girls have beir
nopuifl thai arrangements c&n bv
> that than can be Inier-
tpOfta fur girls.
im.i.tMu.i: h:\ms
'iii: 1111 H\ \VM
THK Hellevilltf Tennis Club
Touruameiit opened ygatanU)
Taking advantage of a four love
lead in the first >el W il C.
Knuwles pressed home to victory
in two straight sets i>\
II. L. Toppin 62, 75.
For Ihe Arst tune oul
neta, L. St. Hill slmwe-i tl
lhat he had lost none of his old
fire by defeating Val Koach in
itruigbt seta to the turn |f|
b2, to enter into the sevond
luund.
D. L. Lawless and D. E. Woime
also deleated then opponents
while aftei a lighting clloit young
M. G. Worme lost to Gooffraj
Hunte.
Vesterda> Results
.v 11 ( Knowln teal H
^3; 7 1
rma bni D. g. \ 1
Nunes said he had not time
contact other members of t!
W,- Indies Board.
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for the
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Court of OrtgfaaJ Jurisdir-
lion IU.VO a.m.
I'ollce and IVltv lie hi ('oiirls
lOOII a.m.
11. Mh Inqulrv al In um \
2.00 p.m.
Nelball malrh al \uht..u...i.
Home. Black Kock batWOM
Dtj Bagdl and I'millnr
Canveul 4.4S p.m.
lawn lennU al Belleville
IViinl-. ( lub Ml p.m
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WEATHER REPORT
*;> 11 KI>AV
Ka.i11l.1ll Irom < odrimcton;
Nil
1..1.1I Hainlail fur Mvnth to
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Hisbeat lemprrature: 114.5
1 it.M- t Temperature (il.i '
Wu.,1 Vrknil* 7 nn|. per
hour
Barometer tl a.ni) .10(UK
(I p.m.l 2.ei
TO-IIAY
Sunrise: 6.12 am
Sunset: ..at; p.m.
Moon: New. I.m.n ?li
LilhlbU: g.M ii in
tilth Tide: >. a.m.. '.At>
La* Tide: II
a.m.. i:tl
TO-OAYS 11X11*1-
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Ladiaa Slnglek
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FOR TWEI.VE YEARS and more
Alistair Cooke has been talking to
us across Ihe Atlantic, describing
and explaining the multitudinou>
life of the United StatesIhe his-
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of that vast country and Its hotch-
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so well known that hi- has come
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almost a member of the family In
countless British homes.
In letters from America he hag
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revised them for the punted page
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of the forly-eight States. His
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