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.•W.I I II.Ill BARBADOS ADVOCATE FRIDAY FKBRl ARV 8. 1S1 < World Mourns A 5 s Fine Sportsman r %  > (from Our Own COTWipo n J—|) 5 LONDON. Feb. 7. '• i .1 Ana sports-j r OOt I Datura) all-rounder, but ( •lion made hwnsHi* hand. IIIIIO! .n Tin-: si ir\ -. .. ii handicapped.* ipn i..;. r, hi i '.' .... f A Cup final* at Wembley. hraj ••) Mercer, the ATMH %  Raring VI like his fahY~ J l.lTll-T %  M ran in1 %  %  and in 1942 it N< %  Ifer nol market they won few %  i :hr i.iHHi Qnioeat, II i i % %  i T big nucoes: TCIUllS, <'"li toer l**t ?car when *\bove • I coaching N From Pan 1 bUltlei which thll -upn.nc office requires. I i George i %  Kb I Hi in i % %  •ani i %  V" no.ii ,,.,. parplaalJ that Ini iDd abroad, In public or in heart. ..nit bom oi hP tl | In hls duties. %  || ili-> he deserve the farewell %  I lie ol .ill nil Governments and M> friends. II is at shia time 1 II it •••mpaiHOii and" sympaycars wi % %  .,,., nn(1 \|.|n.il W illnliv.wn lii Laud Dispute GENERAL ELECTION 1951 Counsel for Edith Johnson ihe Johnson Harold Dunnah Court of Error lult yesterday. withdrew iheii appeal before 111* I midship Sir Allan Collymore. Johnson had appealed against th* necition of the Lower Court anal then the Cou.t of Appeal In which she had been .uered to quit and rjv* up peaceful possession o! land whi.h Dunnah conli oiled Johruion was represented by Mr. E w i; i tad by Mr. H. O. St C. Cumberbatch, solicitor of Messrs Haynes a Griffith Dunnah who is the qualifle-: acing executor of the will of laaac Forde. was represented by Mr I>. Ii I. Ward, instfuctad by Cottlc. Cattord. Both Dunnah ai.d Johnson lived Hi the Belle Gull>, St HMiail The land of which Johnson had l een ordered to give up peaceful possession, was a spot Dunnah ilaimed he ivnted her by a week. %  tenancy He had given bar notice lo quit on July %  and 19 1 \ III. lit O I %  l.lll -Ml-ll In their reason.-for oidenng her to quit. Their llonouis of tht Assistant Court of Appeal Mated that after a careful con I f the evidence, they %  lied that Johnson had f pfetd iint to Dunnah. That evii l been confirm cd by the icnt books produced The ground' or appeal I I een that the decision was against the weight of the evidence; there ui not sufficiently cieai and tonsistent evidence before the Court to establish the relationship between the respondent and the appellant or between the appallanl and other party; the questloi of the title having all learned |i urlad|ctloa whatevei La cau* When the appeal in the Court | darted on Januarj ta fog Johnson had asked II-.IMt.i .itnend the second gioum of appeal by changing the DOOM which stilted Uigg there was and substitute thai rent book-* were not adnuaalbM IB evidence. FOOTBALL MEETING TODAY MILLER putthe ball throu|h -lip. off Atklnton during the Fifth Test at Sydney cricket ground on New Zealand Score 236 f i ac was a lovr .. ,llh ^ |} B A M1 i^mr L'V •*' ( llltibi CHUBCH, Fvl Tile West IlHl I upmatch wluji no Idea of regal pome 7 !" *i £.., II .1 -.. II.. L...(... ,, ..< %  11*.^ >HUHH1 ,..inl Ne IT The %  %  OJ Beat Convent 14—10 At Netbali mark 1 1 of Ihe King %  1 before them, utmost Hfi i personages, denied M Of ordin ra)vtng to -ivc so mud %  Royal Cluractet 1 to U1.1t valiant now blood of oo of the days when BuckJ" '" %  ";"•*> *•"•; 1 T ,a, ,,, i K ""i On I "luht up %  %  I benula Ibdaa two dow OPP rtich H *L anled htr, nBlh "' -n d ,n ' ' I' ;^V £;., Hi. mother .. ,-'K.', %  %  ttn Ptrvto -i 1 belongs the consolali!> %  was caught l < %  1, % %  1 Goddard who won the ILM IOOK %  iugi d froqi the (act ihat at lunch ...it with him Won... * 41 Tor 1. the first 50 %  %  and Gul ru a Bulcum mho 1 1 innings f. Burtt, A M 1 k most ' kepi the lead until the end: ' l h-eQuoau's College goal scerei •1 P.t brownennd ClPnd 1 Natto SOored for the UrsuUn. "a*' ''> Convent. -•' m The millth bj t waajB ( li;Tm. ReHtitv eatUnfl anth all .:. \ ( BaHd, y that our hearts go out R, \V I 1 %  At ihe 1 Veal Indies %  tak 1 pin Rant Ktfl the wicket Queen's College . feated the Ursuflne Convent 14 goals to 10 in a netbali match which was played at Ihe Ursulioc Convent. A fair crowd watched the Kaiue which was cxdtlnfc t tea the ihrougbout and at half tune the eot team was leading will; ihe score at 1—7. Afler pl-o lesumed the Queen's College girl I .it themselves in the lead ain The Council of the B.A F.A. meet at Y.M.C.A. Headquarter. at 5 p.m. this afternoon. Chief items on the agenda will be first to decide whether the B.A.F.A. should join the Caribbean Foolball Federalion. secondly to approve formally of the arrangements with the Pickwick C.C. .rent the grounds and stands terday dc-j Kensington for the purpose staging the 1952 football season and finally to receive Ihe Financi.il Statement and Secretary'i Report for the 1951 football seartth -i . Ramadhl %  .r i. i.-.irled back by the cxpl"ion. Amidst all Uial, allhouah I : so oftei 1 rtever 1 • iisode un' %  %  -I It, or Unnmht LI ol than the (Oldicrs in V^ : 1 pan of the !< %  %  tl no doubt %  centuries beini In our life %  dearly cherished by the whole aa1 people, In the lion it has acquir.. %  in former time> own has become a mysterious link. Indeed I may ssy magic link, which unites o "'or'^unuo' *l*i..tion of the Crown; but ... know het well and £ understand how her gifts and ZSSES. \< . \. J llvJtd,,. """' of her husband, the Duke %  ***. """ —' • e, are th>* r^ ac r*i I M S c c t c t c 'ersonal Living Expenaea — — 40 00 — 'eUy Expenses & 00 __ • 00 • 20 Hire of Premises — — — — Jghting of Premises — — — 00 rlnUng 55 50 55 50 44 00 23 Oi) Newspaper Advertising • _ g 00 11 64 distribution of Advertising Material _ M 00 on ald to canvassers 7M 07 TfJ 07 — 8 50 Mlowances to speakers _ Clerks and Messenger* _ 21 00 Exp on Pottage, Stationers and Miscellaneous expenses not enumerated above 1)10 00 120 00 501 64 302 00 TOTAL .. 8.3 57 M 57 817 64 458 31 Notice Is hereby given th;il these returns .nnd the documents :-i support thereof can be inspected at my Office, at the Parochial Treasury. Maxwell. Christ Church, on Monday llth. Tuesday 12th ana Wednesday 13th February. 1952 from 10 OO a.m. to 2 00 p.m H. StG. WARD. Returning Officer. Parish of Christ Church Be Smart! Look Smart! Maenson Exclusia WOOLLEN TARTAN SUITS A very hih class ENGLISH TAILORED SUIT for Ladies who are thinking of travelling. Genuine Tartans in the traditional Lindsay. Black Watch and Hunting Fraser designs. well the King did hi. fulfilled her hopes, and of all her knowing, how inuoh red for her i must leave the present 1 %  paM and Uu Famous nave reigns of our QueenSome of In out i tved unik'r centre, Horn that ere pseond Queen I (TuiinK the Inrono In hag Lvanty-alxth rear, our tlsauahti are %  II rtad back 400 years to the rnoginiiieni fknsn arbe praafcltd o\er. and in many ways embodied and inspired the h'randeur and genius of the Kli;.itHthan SJJi Queen UxanaUi Beeond, gka hei predecessor, had not passed her childhood in any WEATHER KEPORT \i BtnUMi tt.iiiil.ill 11tint i l Llfhlluc 6.10 p.m. Ilir.h Tide: ;t.!B a.m.. LN p.m. Low Tide: 8.2.1 am.. 9.1. p.m. UAH RESULTS following lie yesterday's results 1 tennis pl>ed ai Belleville MBTI %  mule. The n n Bfob joined I% %  %  "' b> Wor,;. n. Lawless and D. E^ Worms ,ell on Valentine for 15 and with Deal 8, P, and J. H. Edghill 6—3 the score at 193. dome/ was 6—2. ba.k > lelieve Ramap. M.G. Patterson and G. H. was 188. Manning beat V. N. Roach and with i n far pla| C. Wnlson 6—2, 6—1, on Maishall in M1XKII IHH BLKS (HandWpt lean) rnotnj the M,.A M. KJna and J, D. Truni was now 28 end inghum —' i 40 beal Mr. and Mrs, 1 %  lota] :• %  > POUI I arnes —30 6—0. 6—2. i urn later Beard was run out Mr. P. McG. Patterson and J. for 26 and Hayes joined B D. Robinson vs. Mr. A. O'N Ihe Ii With live minutes inhi on Valseaaaa* and n but the batsmen earned the score to 236 before •limped in the last over foi 1 leaving Moone> 44 not out. The following an th, NBW 7KAI-A*ID 1ST 11-m| hill %  A.. -. i. vaiantaM ii II. ... CAVE SHEPHERD & CO., LTD. Illasai Bit I the mlgh fjoa Ital i i' only to the %  I • of the Commonwealth yet been able to visit She has already been claimed I mada We make ..in claim too. and uUaBfl "ill I t>. and tomoi... IhO I I.tm.it on itf DUI A.I. have the loyaltj llV* law %  .'I all othei . : el the iinii-i: i i noire, I whose youth was passed in %  irk i the Vsstorti %  king once more the Prayer and Throne should Inlhi n litll) SAVE THE '.' DfuN WHAT'S ON TODAY Court gf Ordinarv I" tin a.m I U.I ,,l \| M il I I'oliee A Petty llebl CourtIU.BII | g| Merttiu "f Heajei i |BeM hi*, la .; a.m .tlrrunc ol Uul.rnb-l.ilr. I mil; 10 It a.m. Mee'lnr. HAROLD CONNELL PFN FFB. 0—MARCH 8 The superb quality of Imported matcriaU. English worsteds. Tropicals. Cabardinei and Linens—to menlion a fei*-. ore a section of Rice's wardrobe of Menwear for work and play. A wardrobe nf quality. 1 and pleasurable wearing. C. B. Rice e> Co. Merrhanl TaSlsirs



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t'RIDAV. FEBRIARY 8. \tit BARBADOS ADVOCATE PAGE rilRKF. Elizabeth Became Queen While Watching Rhino A little mustard B> lUKMKll MKKSTLLU NVERI. Kenya. Feb. The niihi rrtneeas F.llsabeth Itft jmc Queen uithul know IAS II. she was are—d In brow n slack* *nd A huvh |fc't and never went to bed wr took her clothe* ofT *he spent 'he whole nuhl on In* Ubula Trertops Hotel hi the tUnl ft* tree overlaofclni Aberdare '•rest ime reserve alone the track the party heard an elephant Trumpet %  N yards away. There The elephant )uM stated ut the 'unit making a tin it"i !" %  M slipped nl %  lowed by the 11 rent of the party. The bidder VnM Then drawn up. ; of elephant* stayed round the watcrhole for some fresh and happy she minute* w*ule the Princess look Sagarvu .-odae At „,ov.e shoU. 56 Gun World's Royalty Get :: Salute Read > For F neral Soawell 2.45 p.m. the Duke was told of the King's death. And he broke the ntwi to his wife. She wept like a twenty-five year old girl has lost her lathe. Al arrived in a beige dress and white turned up hat at Nanyuki. She was going home. At Nanyuki on the equator an hour's car iun from the 1-odgv. the two official cars—the first with the Queen and Duke, the second with personal stan"—went through the line* of African* murmuring: "Bhauii rnblye kabishf" v hu-h means: '"the very worst adali The Queen with her beige dress and while hat wore a white bell and shoes The Duke wore a light JW suit with black lie The Duke's "' equerry Lieut. Commander |fjes*Ml Parker, and t 1 secretary Martin Charterls were in light suits and ordinary' While Lady-i ii-waiting Pamela Mountbatten was In a Itor.l frock. %  * mlnUtCS Doctors knew He H until Soon Die The Royal Party was greeted by Ihe commanding officer in East Africa Lieut. General Sir Alexander Cameron. And despite the (ailing darkness the Queen insisted on shaking hands with other officials as well as wtth the crew of the plane which was to take Ihem lo Entebbe Uganda. The Queen then walked up the gangway, turned those below and disa„„ the East African Alrwaj Little Sleep I saw the Queen uV she drove back to Saga 10\IM>N Feb 7. A M-gun HtuU >tar ol the King', life rolled out at noon to-day In this sombre capital, awaiting the return of the and new • ovet l n lOzalH-Wi II The salute from Hyde Park and e hood from ships of th •!. foreign Wat naval Harrison.throughout llrtt.nn and in tfc Irish capitals, v Heliasl. The young Queen who don as ihc Gghthcartcd P week ago on %  due back at the airport at %  Heavy U „H im lane holy i 1 mediately aar m u,c ft,,x> Uul %  *** "^ %  give hei i .: i *ceo on his King's hr fter his lust serious op ral UM (UaeraJ in in Ii will probaMv take place 01 Fnda> Ft 0 13 autta i sources said here lo-day, The Mulish Cab.net had been co. Friday or SatimUo. next week, for wu now Friday, the source said 1 it wunid >* %  lad |a UM new Queen Elizabeth %  Anally. Coronary Thrombo*.* teaVrtrrpSraSasS war I r.mi Our Own I or respondent Sad Farewell Although camp beds had nude up for the Prince f i, ,1!? the Duke they were too thrilled "* bv the dran 10 go to %  'ihl It • .il Mime point when she sii luokhiK down at the wner'ne rhino that the I'rincesa beeame Queen of (.ml Br lain and Ireland, and the Hntedi Domlnloei beyond Ihe aaaa. Batsg, the party should have left soon after eight %  was now Queen, without knowing it was so amused by the antics of a partv who climbed up the %  f the treetops and grab* bed slices of sweet potato placed on Ihe >ill that staying on for another hour. Then th< i %  rare bald runi Face 1 .-hino. Only then the Queen went home. freshed herself. Then the news 1,-idge through a break In a thunderstorm. liuiiMi. i %  i. in i walked up the until April. Uut at i p.m. local ^ avl „ 1N vmutina c urtiuw_ii • ll,d lhc %  and artled at Um. the sttow-coverej pe,k ol !" IcarnS to-dTv^ThV U "uM.~ "WW*; sappearedinsi-t. L^&J?^. death was not immediate^ Jo ' < h %  den In a dark cloud and u few in came down as it does in the tropics only. A call came through from the Lodge after *er night in The putspan Hot*! I Trcetops Hotel. Although she Lieut, tommandei had ohlv i fa*. k ^, up \ hc f ubon sleep IviiiR on the 'MrvMion ; ;''*r of tha locol pa C tform of Ihe Hotel she looked African Standard told him the t any jolly girl who had enjoy%  — -*, •-— ( pk.ed a great adventure " kv iM ^-J^ "'^JTAThe Duke had not shaved-to '•"' %  t*^ Prlneesss %  'r* fnTou^Vga^mfca 1 ^ ^"J^£F$jF5& -do at noTten England had only had a quick morning wash for the same iea: mi She had gone ti !Sl,r U w 1 tTr l the' *k.; "Thc7'lrft doar of the^ room a the ear about half-a-miU ..way "d 'V u n c *£ '-"", "* SaMarnbar'i oparaUon on ibe and went along the track among "died Philip out. He l d hnn K i n([ s 1( ^ lunE hl u nil|l high irees and thick undergrowth. "* nc *-v f"* l?„„a ,3 ^ 8S cul %  %  •*—the heart would Ahead of her went a white [' landk. For two •>nd>. he ^ have the tendeiicy to be pulled to hunter w.kh his finger on the looked at ..eh othej 'y'< the side of the lung That might trigger and behind her was the ^^/r^ h J wife hat her £" VC ,,ul •" exlra %  "' n " e Duke who was also ready.to Are ftffff J? J HL\ W JS1..IIST-. ." * rt A "dden attack of eoronar. both le^> right naora adlautly nuute >" ,h Kin *' CU T when the M-vear-old ••• "solved — the itig dieil papcetuUi %  enously that the left. %  Iv ve-terday. There Is no known cure for Coronar\ ihromh*. i disease Bui II can be 1 P.,;" lh 'ckenlng 1 -r IMIf* fna .,11. nflrined In ihc end alter a call to Huck. h h Ihc fmt -*• P1 '""' "** %  "" '" &• %  arly ailerbroken^ Parker lapi-,l ur. the the arti illevlatcd lor many years, someA rerea on ,or h, by t"'"* s indefinitely, by an operatl — KM and tun husband. i'i Incc Barnhu r Man \intad Iba hUu ami Queen at Buckingham Palace So did Queen Juliana's mother, th. | M Queen Wilhelmina, now styled Princess. All were here In exile during Juliana and Prince Beinhar.l l I %  Rlaga of Danmark n| OuaUl Adolf nera since i, eth* f i %  Marquess of Millnid Nafta Vh | Men* married 29 years ago. II i.ikon \\A\ I'l-i'I I Queei^ I u rk who i lanni d to > am i uja and th. tigours oil Kn.. HI in August. In the autumn ol IKMI ha wool I in ral ol I olil friend, KITIK I B King Haakon held Kii I v it t.. |-ngl md ..I hm I I hi* nyl Ni.rge. Knit rarouh "• Egypt will send hi* cousin. Prince Abdal MoiieuBucrifcr's Uixeasc ihiopogaUon luiKiwod i.te discovery lhal tba King had Burrthe bore o| the arteries supplying the legs fj i so that the feet and log imi'cles are starved %  baOOd. This cauaafl intense p] call muscles afti %  %  the condition hi not ri tissues die from Ink oil oay—n and the affected leg has to l Aral. Koxall.es : Arab royalties will g] Some are a" re King Feisal of Inl ii involved inakiiik %  fom-ui.ti la-yaar-old • %  at Harrow Hchoccut in the right side and severing $,, „ crown Prince Hussein of the nerve chain. This lobbed the .,, Is 16 ilx'i.-f Ihe Hoy: %  i rhe) therefore roHouae of Irak llHM u ,, that ihe btoodcotdd few prince Said %  Hui %  Saudi Ar.iln i. King Ibti l ilgn Hia 1SISMIM irisom. c HaMaa i [ rw. A i' rw !" *i' iH.n 1-1' a KI l 1Mb. *> %  In Touch With Barbados Coastal Station %  ui %  )>•!> IhrMhSk U-.r lu 1—1— C Uttlm. 11 Coltlri %  TaismttaUr. %  • t* si,iu.na. %  • Alnwk. i li iun i n-fw. M * • TibMina •• i.iafxMia. % %  I B^iBfar. • 1 AtijLi M.-. . % %  Hanlaoan • %  OakfWId >• SMIUU. .. M-ic-lii. T*la. i Araenlir>* "*". • I1l*ltl.. %  < I'M! %  mm r\ miW.rren Bwnvlt. si-vh*. ginwr bmi.t r van atnr aw'l *. ,,S IKI H.|. 11 ., UUNIMi |U>il I— KM. T^rr*-^ WalOTbm r PI tata NM Me. IUU*ar Self a l I N i iai m n I'-i'i-MTon %  > % %  • I %  JAMAK V i. T"dd. >naui TnS.1 CSdi M-lllir.i a... K-nitii Jnm II.v., i irtMr Hot*. AnOwn. ll*ilr Ani-n Mojra l>ifw U l I.. \Sllt.l Oeorn rn. HMn we. Iitnu'd awn,*-* KRUM-II ir • • s Jo%  l-W. • • Ale^ Roamvt. I t ZrkM. • %  Manvar KarwK • • K— in Koran. %  %  BouUwtn Cawalia*. • %  line'*l rVaUfiPlun > %  Homno. • • Crwum. • AlecM CavaMar. % %  AUoa I'liitunt. %  • WlllrmtUHl. %  • SSoSaa. • %  OM i ajaq Mai r*t KMVUII William swianin NHs Haaal VUirfuii* IU M.in.v ON SIHM'IIU r AMU.I Bale* talahlll. ChaikbwiO. EMwuN RrM saro Bavo Cliaord nil Ion. Carol Dillne. Canrad III ant. Albert CMUU-H LUU CWMMU. Vk w. U p nv,Vl •*•* Th "' 'obbeU the J, museh" of wh,rn '"^>"V kept Ihem partly 1949,' through DaaiW freeh IkM-tori :ilo itre*erlhed Irealy, ui'ni to eaUbllah alternative s ,,, rhannHs for llieeiilood flow. I %  > ) r tarrv them oat eonaclenUeuslv if a rhino or elephant ,hould sud'"'her had died peacefully In his t hrombOBi I! if,/ wahba Ihe Saw) with hi* len In an eleelrtrally Alabian ambassador in 1-., heated bath. \laiting Ibo Baud BOW. He •The resull was highly gueeaaa> '"• bac* on February 1J Hi ful. The King ujable to walk tinSheikh llalw will ilv bach i> Jn comfort egain for shoit .*. i R tuner I tances. Hut ba %  lvnuj | knew the Am.thci gbaaat %  laod that QUEEN ELIZABETH RETURNS HOME probably back and that when it did then ilil •" % %  ll lc further thai > %  i van wtthdooa lo hiiu hbn. out the lung OsM i He was always faced with the .) progpacl Of leing %  ehroi,.. Invalid hv the time he M, '. I he crowd then entered the gale •he throng removed the r.umlwi of women %  th. rravad The ('atafalque Wmkineii. meanwhile % %  llament's Weabnfngtai Hall that thr King wrlUUa In father, uaorn v i. lV u, stale for The Mini-try of Works h:n ordered that the catafalque i %  but no definite date has been announced for lying in state. At St. Jameg Palaca, where proclamation of tl Queen Elizabeth II td to ranam la bemoan for ti i tifln nmbassador. Ame I I was reealled to Egypt In Dooog i foii'ign affairs Royal Exchange, In the City of London and in the cities ani hamlets around the world wherever the Union %  J-ck flic.. h tab ul t(im>wainorhl Only then will the gracious „ utnllB n ^ young woman be Ifee to go to the embrace of her mother al ** Sandnngham. The body of the late King l ii borough House, lay in the house where he died fn sir IT told of the old lady., deterhis sleep on Wednesday morning., mination to carry on. Me.nbei heralds will Medical authorities disclosed or the staff said they would never !" '* !" n * *"' he .overcd lo.dav he died of eacanarr tkraaalorgel the momen: when M„y with red.ri rpeling ZSF.nSlmnmm of tba ooar. SSd her so,, w dead-even j,^"*?!?"*'?^ hu ; r a h : .ion performs. Septeml.13 Mr **£.£* SSllSVS Wi^offlciau'cf 'ffcSrton S the removal of a lung. lm ; ?2.. h .! "I*!?. 1 l 5„. n t 1 1 y ceremonies connected with PREPARATIONS FOR ROYAL FUNERAL Indont'siaiiH Heard Ol Kb|g*4 Uialli Before Drttidi •PYtmi Our Own Cort rtQVrr&m 11 LONDON. FM> 7, .•"'• Pr.-prllon5 for Ihr Roynl (unThe lii m %  ol Inv Kali's SJfSJ"—?! •' havr i.lunpd all Cram anil h ni tiivn 10 lhi< uorld b) k-mortow bulldm v,r£, """""' *p.runrnu mm „ BBi i Court time. yui''n Ma Ttie reguiai li Tfim uiM, m .i! n ,. ments. Most harassed Is Ihe Ad,,.. on ir,. u f Hi3u ...m nlnircirm from a -Wh iiM? ,nlr *"-' w,,l( '' 1 han to find u mini.M & maile Tke the Jmr?.ranPYP U J 2 ' r i UnRB u >* %  "half ii* many officers to take part w;i du ,. w „ ml ,, ; In the procession and carry out TI ,.. ... !" ., Iraduii ...ii dutlai 'i baaa la fuda %  large number of men for the escort which arrompanies the gunenrriggje I.iring the coffin. The Home Fleet, at present In Oibraltur. will be asked to rush home a larj.t' number of men An •admiralty spokesman said this Ulit.illi until Hi : > in per%  | i %  al DM The Queen appeared composed, t" 1 1 ,V' ut n B ^' aiy '"\ v ", a n Z king's death Ha was al* She shcU hand, graVi I %  *• >' lc P honp "" X K Kt ~'-~ s= : assssm =§#S~SH A member of the household State Affairs In the next few K took the call. "The King idead." weeks lo and handed the note to When the ttueen arrives toUie Queen |00M rap" % %  % %  u %  r: '' her permlsMion the Queen utters .1 will be soughi for lying-in-state "Oh 1 arrangements and f>r the King* ..—.i,.,, _, K ^ _.. funeral which will probably take ene made not %  =••"'! h ~i" IN*|H-I.MI-. I : i I.I i %  Qf Coiuloli'lK %  <' iund her. The Queen said a few words about her trip to Sir BDh Thomas, head of HOAC and tho Airport commandant. The crew of the plane hn1 lined up and the Queen spoke •>> the Captain and to the Dorothy Marjeram. The Queen wore a black two-piece suit and o black hat. She showed no outward sign of the stress brief formalities In which Churchill and others addressed her as "Your Majesty" Prince Philip wore a blue suit. At 18.3* G.M.T. the Queen and the Duke got Into the Royal car and drove away to London. There ware about 200 people ut the gates as Ihe motor cars swept through. Quean Elizabeth and Prince Philip arrived al Cl.rence Hou -c %  .' %  %  %  :"'."•' sound. She tor... immediately to her .ipartnv-iit *. — r.p. nny ,...• %  t Diplomat Of Brazil l .ilkWtth Eden ig the Hoval funeral peri'*! !,oth i ?";. ,J Houses of Pnrliament will meet onl**" ** Monday when the Prime Mini • %  and other statesmen will deliver addresses of condolence to Queen Eh/abeth and the Royal Family. The present intention Is that ant will then adjourn until Feb 19 —UPVATICAN n The Pope todait peat tinloUow instelegi.n of i QBOOa Mother Eli/.il.eth W nmtm '.%  i nd to members of the Royal list of many high F m "y 0I, '/ ",'"" "ft -ill also take ur profound aymputhy on the %  eath o( H .'.!. %  %  Kii \1 In a hall inii h-ie.ivement for divine comfort and trength m Tull in..-ui' "—I'.F. flown home from the Far East and the HedilerFleet. many of which are in the vicinity of Suez All FsOOti must be represented at the funer.il The Navy Is already at work lompiling ranking officers part As the senior service, it oblcm is even more acute than larger numeouotry How I got rid of Brian's cough! LONDON, Feu l)r Pinaenter llmndao, Secretory % %  g-* r •? %  silent crowd of 3.000 stood deep along the Mall as the limousine roiled to ihe mtrance and -.1 almost the same moment the Royal Standard was broken out m the top of the flag mast. 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PACK Mil'R HAKIIAItO* ADVOCATE FltlUAY. RHt'UT s. IISJ IUKHADOS&AAIACMHH t.—__r*—— T -1 • C. 14 B,.** St. Friday. Frbniary 8. 1K2 The AnK-rirail .\uvrl Throut|h Kill* Wars: JOHN STEINBECK THE \EW JAPAN ITIVEMPLOVMEIVT ARTICLE 2 of the Havana Charter (1948) asks members to recognise "that the avoidance of unemployment or under-employment through the achievement and maintenance in each country of useful employment opportunities for those able and Willing to work, and of a large and steadily growing volume of production and effective demand for Roods and services is not of domestic concern alone but is also a necessary condition for . the expansion of international trade and thus for the wellbeing of all other countries." Article 3 stall s "each member should take action designed to achieve and maintain full and productive employment and large and .steadily crowing demand within its own territories." The Havana Charter failed to win acceptance by the countries of the world and il failed because every nation was more concerned with safeguarding its own trading position than with running risks in the interests of all The ideals behind the Havana Charter, however, are recognised to be the ideals at which the world must constantly aim if ever it is to achieve freedom Irom war. And Articles 2 and 3 of the Charter contain the basic principles to be followed by all peace loving nations. In Barbados it would be impossible to find any sane person who would not agree that action designed to achieve and maintain full and productive employment ought to be the objective of the Barbados Government. Yet the policy of the party in power %  teems to be at variance with Article 3. "The labour Party" (according to the pamphlet 'Labour Marches On" which Mr. Adams has called the "clear as daylight" policy of the Government) "is aware that at present there is very limited opportunity for expanding employment at home .... realising the degrading effect of unemployment on the lite of the people, the Party will adopt nil possible measures to provide employment and will continue to seek more opportunities for work in the USA and elsewhere While everybody would readily agree that Barbadians should lose no opportunity to emigrate at all times not everyone would agree with the statement that at present "there is very limited opportunity for expanding employment at home." Accurate unemployment figures do not exist in Barbadoa, but interesting light on the subject of unemployment is shed by the register of unemployed kept by the Labour Department. At the end of the quarter ended December 1951 registered unemployed were 2.346 as against 3.430 in the previous quarter. These figures are significant for three reasons. First they are a considerable drop from the inflated number ot so-called unemployed of more than 10,000 who registered in midsummer 1951 in hopes of joining the government's subsidised labour force the United States. Secondly, they do not reflect any increase caused by the return of more than 1.000 labourers from the United SUtM after September 1951. Thirdly, the number of registered unemployed at the end of December ought to be lessened considerably during the early months of the present bumper sugar cane season. Fourthly the number of registered unemployed at the end of December 1951 compares favourably with the number 01 4,964 who were known to be unemployed at the date of the 1946 census. The employment position in Barbados while it must always be precarious for a certain number of unemployments does not appear to be as grim as it is painted by some people who use sentiment rather than statistical knowledge when they make their dogmatic assertions. The Labour Party in its pamphlet "Labour Marches Cm" agreed in principle to the construction of an East Coast Road, but it rather strangely called this a "capital work" and seems unaware of the considerable influence its construction would have on increasing employment opportunities. Employment well below 100 per cent, is consistent with the conquest of unemployment and Barbados probably stands ahead .: countries in its conquest of unemployment. It has by no means exhausted all possibilities of increasing employment locally. It is atlll handicapped by ignorance of the true picture of unemployment. John Steinbeck u ge... fsrded as the ma action artist*. During U tlMS-ttM iished 10 books, and it wu only :n the last of these thai turned to >td and mtnmf There taevs b> i leprttliuns iMh i Mm Hi. phitoacahy MB#kI orlanco of tH* gnu* II.n-liiMM !>. I) W | ., %  * %  •• %  -•i I. and *M %  a .IV.MII trip militant communism which has engulfed V .T.I 1 *L r .^. n .f l ^!?_ UI ?: China and threatens all Asia. The future 6f 'ore, may be crucial not only to (he world. A review of the i sutaw.ted ii not the JAPAN sumc the status of a iwihni. of hundred* of f*nui>. f . i Li*i. fact of pssao i '' equal in the international Ip of the amala-am. "U a xht ratification ,,( the Japanese peace treats j-actor bad? I* the power that ., ,,.„... hurruv the long furrows wrong? will mark a new start lor her, testing the K' ,h 'Vj^ or JJ !" ?"" *"",} result of six years' endeavours which have Cour ir J rtor n u\riad' < the \ong*'rursought to transform Japan into a bulwark r-rrnt one from ,„ n,.Kh more tn I lone, and sljlr He slnlWd shsrply d ..,;,", ,'' m. £n LSi' """' "'" %  '"*"' co"'"*'"/ "4, mm coalunw drama ',' e "" %  !" n J ""' •* !" C T'" C 1 in sort of fawularlr chown and f..nl lo knuckab....""!: ".' "": "•• %  • and popularly roraiDilad socialism Japan, therelorc. may be crucial not only to farce to ehraaive naturaliMn. %  %  "> '•*":. """ r "' M authors This Idea la rirx lo be diarnlased /,,,. Km .„ proving thai he could do ere., I hand a. al.urd or pe.nl,.. , ,.liK A.-II in a number of flcllonal ""'political bua Iheir work showttous. The social character of vvnrld s knowledge of this island nation IS form*. *V*B nif'U br-t.rtiirrd into showproperty, the legitimacy and de, n nrd( r di-mnmlr..'. Hwi"** * *• PollUc.1 capital which .irabillty of social owneratilp of ', %  .... , But though hi, books mill: • •* Thus h> ' .ndupenuble to the comThe treaty limits Japan lo the four main show contrast In form and pace Pf" !" *""' Wl ,h '< 3 wa, mon load. the Incomparable * and ,1 > c """ ,e hot nd Steinbeck was bom m Salin..: critical awarmaa, ogi., ,.„ pi.iU^ophv of life: that the humid in summer, mild in winter except in on the West Coast ol the United "-e bad tenures or the CofnrnuntatB,ollcrclc om/g, i, In hlmpel* l^bruan 27, 1902, of GerBientaUty nd method* In a.JJnotlUng. wlieaeas the ubitractlon h cuily American stock. % %  ' ; imhu.u-* Battle'fJ'hunianitv" R I his father being treasurer of < 1936, which dealth with an ..boi-f iinhitually and charactorisUcalh i f Brn ,, nt aPM .,, ahniit nnP.lhirH nf the Monterey Country and his mother w ithka by miTBni frull pitk-lliv .stembeek iet s human conduct blt 'arming area to about one-third 01 tne After graduating ** 'he i ,. g aabna] conduet aide by side, total, and in practice to considerably less. ...me level, not .Imply, a* 0n|y aboul 6 p^. cpnt of Japan ^ under .lie ncrthern areas. Mountains and wastelands limit the possischool. ho went iiUcrmitlonih allous California') but his edt Stanford University. %  '' .., r -Bbut i alien for his career seeking ends, at iii.iphiclly shown aa a novelist was chletly |"listaiaba k evidently n attmi oom. wratc aorta of riesswe ired in a series of jobs as ign. %  -,.uiusn cultural workSS*. Inboratory asslt..nt. and manual labourer. He first appeared in print as it contributor But I w-i, lonsj „n!i l<> (he Salinas high(second-r.. i %  for pre nhool ;>iipcr and. after leaving Cl • %  !> .: %  opnotlti Stanford, went f-i1 and worked tefcUfl styb j j pU-Na ..'..Hie. HI. %  Indications of the in the two apparent); Hie other Hlv t1iMaii > %  at course, an animal. Hut hi' I n .inlir..] with ,i HlfTeiencc. .1 animal, a moral lha i uiTer ". "\., t K J. "H v presents man as a creature. A tr not wafcty U. Nazi md rl : caplive. of InstlncU and #! !" ... l " nw,n ""y and appetites only, blindly deslrtnt I?2SLt21*22'-. '. %  '"" -mg. not rea-HTdng. )udgcultivation. The lack of food-growing land is offset in part by the neighbouring seas. vhich produce a high yield of fish, a staple of the meagre Japanese diet. There are Steinbeck weak. t.. agree to ome minerals, chieflv coal, copper, and gold, r^ffJmSglfJSS h the deposits are not large, and Japan's steel industry must import coking coal. HytroelacttsC power from the swift-flowing rivers is capable of further development. In ;ew essentials of modern life is Japan selfufficient. The primary problem of Japan is overimpulses and'population. Stabilized at about 26.000,000 or John Stein, '' ll11 a century ago. the population now is "hen ManseU will not for %  concept; as a newspaper reporter In New "" cr ul,d a*,' or ", T concr|>t ,, ,IJ Yetk n aty d .tvarlous odd lljtl *ed a.a S"^.^^ % VTgSZ Jobs. It was only after his return novel and produced H i piss ta „," Vf-lri.u n n J^ !" irt i, Caill rnta, while st.U in hta IB4I, PW IU !" -w— ,.!: i,„. -"'"> presents man as a creature, middle twenties, thai he wrote b his first book. "Cup of Gold" un (1929. and hlst0rt4 "f 1 ^* %  %  Ing, cho.*in B but autonuit.eai.> about Sir Henry Morgan, the Entrying lo whip leaders up to a reapondinK I Klish pirate His second l>ook. fr.„/, of indlacrlB .,,.,„. "The Pastures of Heaven" (IBM), frieliibaek jhia Is tenU*-v fntruducefl his favourite CaHtomla The ,il)cg..,i..ns t\tsl of Comberk's work: that, la his concern 81,000.000, netting. | M foi MansckT and Life, he ha ( dhi ru i_„„ e n m !" ,m !" ,rt, n t than the that solved both for want of enotl rh e Japanese are an intelligent and e^mM bVS. col !" :,.Aiede ut what ihey are. H adaptable people, clever at utilizmg adopted common sn is tap q ^ OP ml justitlcation for such seemwould amrm th. dignity of mar. %  „ „. K ^.f* v .. , fi ni theme Something of th r sort is m „iy contradictory charge*. Coml ct he dealthai dignity a sh..ttechnical methods. Yet they cling to their discernible, of course mjhe outmnUsm and nazism Tiave in'-'tenim blow by denying man the' )iwn social forms and ar e dominated by a mltment to a kind u*.rsona,lty **lch alone confer , „ , ,, ', J B iffnit>. the attributes of sovereign national family concept which holds the .nteiu.i and unforced free will family group mid the welfare of the comvhich alone make him more than ., ., he beasta thai perish. He would >">ity more important than the conscience edttol Life and "daM ri-vejerve \\ A individual. The Japanese culture was t' P ?rom mere V SotoRKL **lvd chielly from China, and the /nost Hence Still, i.ver and over popular rchuitius faith—Buddhism—reached in in Steinbeck's writing.', „ , „.. ,„ ragr-ph!. to trv tn mid Um apprehension and i. and popsilar •^laim. i 1^^. ,, ,(,..,„.„„.,, illu | quenched in the precialion of them that there can would appear, beeause h. ....;r^ V)) ,., uvA m limits, an normative wnWr gm ,.. r)u ( .^^ n( Wril h ^ t|(h h|s ^ lackf He doe not fit into any ol the s mnbech „ in ( Tlll ,,, one of a series of ariipul of any writer, however manycommon a %  Mod The common theme iti ,.r coUecttvtarn. ilmugh thev diffei Steinbeck may be called ,, rev< % %  lUflpleM under wviich I'E ence for life." At least, th itu} U M be conducted. Was Stein-f dont of hi work >t omr sort i oy discovert this eoBeern ;l m? it is plain from hi| thruuuh it. To Judge the worth I) : 'h.tt he due* not f.ivour th nf th< idea, one murl know what > %  ii, f..-.,., ,,i •vminmic Sstsnbaicli means h v life, and H p rlltlcal i %  rill be the chief concern ol these trailed by foreign dictators i Ol the QWthdg | ...u.vtivism of a difprevalenl in this ages flctloti. He f erenI surt. a coIIeeUvttm which. I. not bllndl) Miil.niitic —far from ac-ordin,, IO him. would foater. il He depicts human eyislelice as ri ,thr than ciush, life The (onflict. unromlttlng n ..ik<-rs in 'The Gmpesavage battle Hut he suggests n f Wmth H have had Ustlr htmea th.i! life is worth living, hallllng and sma.i patehesj of ffth snalchand cruel though It be. ed tens) from them by tha lnMoreovci, his [ireposaeaalon with satiable l-ehemoth of big-scale life rnther than wllh Ideokaries agriculture. What Is wrong with cles Which appeared America, a Catholic review of Ihe week, edited and published by the Jesuit Father* of the United States. The write. tof of Catholic Transcript and author of a weekly book column syndicated by the National Catholic Welfare Conference. Our Readers Say; hvi than 8P ; same accordance with the facts, hood. And 1 am sure he would i eight rectories' which subscribe cordially to St. Paul';: jcen operating for more Catholic and gracious declaration, ic week, only one factory "Grace be with all them that love or %  bettor quality ihe I^rd Jesua Christ In sincerity it was lor tho ty." 'J'ourimn To The Editor, The .Vdiocau'— SIH,—tven Uiougn juu U'll US in your .ui.oiial t SaiuiUay Ibat Una kuni of talk IKPtlr *rS? t *% ^* aM Mont ^E year. Tna may mention one circumO.rlo £m££ n££m Bay, '< ua,l, > f ,hff u, "* <*stance that Illustrates his opln 1-auu' Beact^ ESedena, Tionoiuiu <£"***£ "'t^r^r^l. r nt "" bPI " he oeeeatori of ami other prmtcueai whe.e lb. 2 ""JSJS £* .sSfiT 1 ".?. i" !" l service at the Beth.%  ar tlm ,.r M miits of touran haw ripen:;.;;';,.soilV";^ .he\aVi^"'^riI chureh of a M^ 001 Mmwe. edi anu qune ipari irom ihe "JJ J"""* r "* nw period wltn wnom tne Archdeilcon awaUai eoat ef UviM (wmoo „ „ n< h then Dean was on friendh 1 W* !" 1 |, terms seeln him kneeling de\ HI: and nust therefore be merely (>) ^ mM a.nouni of the ,v ln P"*"" in the Church whfl new v.inctv IMI211 winch "waiting the arrival of the fun.-r .i is being reaped this year cortege, and. (b) Ihe rr.infall for the second .„ _. ,„,. haTl of December. 1051 5 '' Februar y. 1962. which w.is higher than for the same period of 1950. Yours f..iihfullv. 1 HlTilMNs Secre .irv Mk February, 1952. %  in.-m. And to nut tn.-1. Barbad! .. . an. un uiclined ' uld Uiey || cmnz-lion f"i nany quiet-ktvuui ,p*ui from .hose to mote unport.i living — would whom money itaaa pleasant feel as 1 do. Tourism and oil are l#n Of the m-i disagreeable and dumiptivo i. inti i, i in itukrortd and n l* irly unfortunatethai tho apeelal batecel # m Uarbados j)|,. should consider it necessary to ri.eour.ige them. Lost 1 should be thought boastful or my travel* 1 sign myseir. To he t dl(o 1hc Ad VolOe Crying __ S|K> Wu. i( F. G The Late King George VI Oe on* whom w ha Kmpirv \lii*t \„i llnuk Ip at* ihiilillin many a (MI. Your UtoUfhlluli-aM -id n.u..K i times h !" ih< Works was in a *tsU ol war and .ri' Always trying to fulfill your On in an Acclaim hanpawas anS peac* lot • :tilanan> always caning %  nil*. AlthouaTh Sasp wMhm your hratt wi I, but 1 hope %  in the Aboml llaivker* Ml U whlk>. Wo Know thas yaur !*•-. >a %  an.l O-or the road, which ara rougn Hut you kept oti tiaht u. th* %  *,. t.ott bim uiaa. >ar m(t— uncrrr fiirnu \ou lav Irft a RMsmnry b*t%liia uia •""ii iittaht. That .. .ii ma, MI,,. mi to Ow %  !) > '^• r •"• " > %  h*a*^nly (Macs i' •pull ov*-t t ua. —i tan* of SII.I MAHUARBT HUAD In Memory Of ..*. .,-..-*,!,„,, ainusiiiLi idlp iwr>jiTerl rn, m> letlei days papi'r the substitution sprlat" foi new spijh" ITV tile last sentence of para 3^ Please allow me to correct it. Jo Thr Editor. Tin.-tdt'oc-ir.-— 111 hough manv readers would SIR—As I am continually aa*probably do so for them-, ing leta-ja. ^.tten about: hawkri ,, tenee readsLrTyn, in in in.et.wn. I would like to If | may u>e the strong form of %  r state that ttawkcrs ar very uaolhc pw Bt ten,,. of .., 0 „,,(.. ._.. hf ful and ai so many are "^"J*"' methods of i 10 much the better. I would like u ,[ Colonial etc.) must gtw to see iheni bM I I %  " would ie • w a William Htlton Antrobus a very suitable place if the 5 h robniatJ ]f62 market is not lo be opened for lias purpose. •. a. J Hawkers In congested areas are lhv l.nlf \rrhiiviiri,n aggravating but with th, high cost of living, more people Shankhinil will have to coma out to keep the "wolf from the door." To ihe Idiior, thr Advocate, We also win' "'d ''*"' W be allowict. lilPWIIllMldallnn AMi. Ihough %  little late, to add one iwded and dlstarteful lo poini lo 'he excellent Obituary A i, iB ij oti'ta of this much esteemed I mown hta iiaiaanni. I would God MlasMer fiuiu.sh.d by Within . l ihuiv, n v/M admira** was much appreciated g oln and r e ayo n d ed to. it snadd seem aan th.it his instinctive rvg.ird for all Mortar." the virtues, strengthened and en,'"..""' %  *"'" b !" "' h '"*"'"• %  : %  doubt, by bli personal TI—. .it raB .a. i ii uu w lo 'he I, *h*n i p... daaoi'a ruar. brink, tunes of the nation, which In turn will de-, .nd ralolcw tn^SLfJSX^ ^"^' ^ ^^^ ~ ^ upon the policies of the rest of the free | ,.' tluence also. Led by their Emperor, the Japanese neither broke under the occupation following World War II nor fought against it The pine tree, Hirohito told his people, bears the weight of the snow—but how green it is in the spring. The treaty will bring the spring weather he anticipated. After World War 1 the real control of Japan had passed from the Elder Statesmen and the bicameral Diet into the hands of militarists and industrialists. After World War II the occupation set up a new system guaranteeing the basic freedoms of speech, press, assembly, and person, and making the Emperor a "symbol of state." The lower house of the Diet was granted most of the Legislative power. Executive function wore vested in ;i primier elected by the lower house. Japan has four significant political group ings, the Liberal Party, which controls the Government; the Democrats, the Socialists and the Communists. Headed by Premiei Shigeru Yoshida, the Liberal Party is thi most conservative in the nation, favouring private enterprise and strongly anti-Communist. It vigorously advocated a "separate" peace with the West. The main strengtl <>f the Liberal Party is among the smal, landholders created by the occupation's land reform and among large and small business elements in the cities. Socialists were the leading group in 1947 but split inU two wings and lost ground. The Communist Party, although legal, is largely underground, with its top leaders in exile or hiding. It might poll 1.000,000 votes, or about 3 per cent, of the total. The nation's economy is balanced betweer agriculture and ti.sheries; manufacture •rade. and transport. Of the labour force ol *6.000.000 men and women, more thai 15,000,000 work on the land, the remaindei in industry. Private enterprise controls ae. riculture and industry but the Governmen operates key public services such as rail roads. Industrial output, based on cheap labour, and farm production have risen in I the past six years, but neither is yet high enough to meet the requirements of even a j low standard of living without outside assistance. Japan must trade to live. She must find new customers, cheaper and more efficient i production methods, and, in addition, mum somehow make restitution for damage wrought in Asia and meet the costs of selfdefense. This tremendous burden raises the; question whether the free world can supply Japan's needs and, eventually, make available to the Japanese the means of self-support they must have to live and defend; themselves as a democracy. The Japanese, problem is a world problem. 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1KIUW KKBRl'AftY H. I>52 HARBAIMW VDVOCATC PAGE FIVE St. Michael's Vestry Pass Addresses Of Sympathy THE ST MICHAEL'S VESTRY Addresses if Sympathy, MM to HM Uajatt) Queen Elizabeth II and the other to the Queen Mother and UM Family, in respect of the death of Kin George VI. Both addresses were read and passed with members In then placet.. They after* net for a few moments. Vi-stry postponed consideration of u> b ,-. tor discussion yesterday until next Monday VISIT T IIIMI The Very Rev. Dean )UlcwooU Chairman of the V< % % %  •., members that they hsd been summoned to one f th • '.lie Vntry. bin r %  Of Original Jun<' ** % %  '' .o.terday His Honuui Mi %  ">")i A, Vauchan (ranted plaintiff beri of th i duct UM Itlyn Granditon of Bush %  %  %  < %  'heir Vaster; that day Damages Case Adjourned i I. S'. Mfcnael, an adjournment until February 21 in the .hJetl he u asking fa* tiO (•iiiign against Efbert Welch a Spooncr< Hill. St. Michael. II I. Ward Hi appeariM on breialf of WVk-h. in that hour "f oal He Hid: "I am going to luggest tha' this Vestry pa.* an Address %  Her Majesty the QatM n.ih cm c nf^alutattoni throne and an i laiming £50 damassurance of our MeadfaM loyalty Efjban Welch for inAnd That .v,gbo send a massage juries %  • i \vmpalhy tu UM ii an accident with the motor and the Rryal Family. II 1831 which the defendM driving on Hothetsal |ool in Silence I .*i Maroh 22. 151. "After we hav. ft Bj Urandison waa granted the adM d; • wc j^n, B tand in silence joummenl so that she could sum, or ., ew mom enls in token of ba two witnesses who re^ detp f^p^^ for „,,. laU KinR her can and the harness G^ !" and then ..,lr i.rter the accident. -You will have mcc ( mK '" <" %  '* other witnesses for the t^h^ th* „ nol „„. tlI110 witnesses you nave produced do f o: cu i OR n0l ^L P e,C cvcr ^ hi " y""* et sorrow "SEE?" P HU C Honour M? ,n tBm ho !" ** bu < vausjnan tow JJ r th.t lb. | i tuned, and n Cw f t 8tation "7 w# ,i Ur o m ti, H Ir— Giving evidence yesterday GranPrcclamation Of Queen This Morning USA rhat" with children outside tag Cari*t i told the court that on March 22 about 30 p.m. she had hei donkey cart stationary on Hothersal Turning Road. The cart was full of potatoes which she had bought from the Belle Plantation. These potatoes COM her $4.57. She was Axing the light on the catt when she heard a rolling as jg ,i v< hide was coming up behind her. When this same vehicle got near to her nhe moved from the cart which was on the left UM road near the gutter The vehicle then struck the c.ir: : M Nnactouaaej what statd conseiousne-^ she MM General Hospital Dr. Gale visited her in the Hospital mid she had a !„ Ml ay* which took %  ill <>:i the knee and there was much pain in the stomach which i itr fro n bre.ithing properly". Her left side was also painful. She left the Hospital on April 4 Ehziibcth II and the defendant later saw har and said he would Ilx anything lhat OTU wrong. >L lad ilie harness and shaft to be repaired and the repairs of both of these coat her tl. Dr. Gale said *ie attended l> the plaintiff at the General Hospital ai'd she e o m p laln asj of i uia left lower rib. An \-L.^ examination showed no bone' Inju Cart Struck Ai.iie Vaughan v %  Una %  %  [bert Wei-h w-hiKhe was driving a pick-up along the Turtiii. ft id V *l£ hl, *>; about 6.3f. pm B.1 Ml re* 22 said that the pick-up struck the cart %  H drawn UD on the left sMe of the ro.d Before, the accidtnt ha M* 'ho cart which wa* about a distance of 20 to 22 feet To Mj. Ward. Vaughan said: I spoke to the defendant before the accident saying. 'Look man there is a cart 'HI tin*ide of the road. YOU are gnina to eilt it.' The defendant still hit the cart." "Wtien the accident had occurred I rushed to the donkey cart and pulled the plaintiff from uncart which had been knocked over by the pick-up. Vaughan said 'Thr life of Kins tio.-rie i a wonderful rxamplr to hta i.j. %  iHe hi. d a raal chrUllan life in a world of m.iiv rnhrlievUiK rStletl laal o'l denioiftrjlrd lhIn illlojt h %  ,I.I. to prayer In times W national crfaUa. He was a rusclrnlleua and insplrim leader of hks peopleseUlm thrm high example of rourage and devol-ur for attempting to export Md Ml April 10. 1931 by Ledj Ynung, ^"J" the Schooner Rosaline M Vtrnor, briru/inR the number of Welfare Clinici m Barbados, at that time, to two. in It M S Devasuhlre sfttU • b r in port • abfeluM >'i null*, and after the I lti> Kx. rms, M i hort while. It %  proposed that member^ of t'ouncil ami th>' Hotue Of Assembly will take then heir Chambers, and Hiihen adminntcr the Oath of Allegiance to the if the Legislature, this tung done to members of the Council before the arrival of the of the House of Assemtly in the Council Chamber. Oaths of \ll. .I.IM. Hi Ex.ellciuv. jftet .In 'runt Hie Oaths of Allegiance will Ton receive frnrii 'he ITeMdcii: of the l-enislativc Cciunctl and His HonOUl the Speaker of the HoUM I Vi the Addreaaea paaa-t\ hy the two Chambers in reply H BaceUency'i speech at the -. % %  iniiK of the Legu.laii.1. 11 h Decembor. 1051. gealleoes win make i> ttiet reply himself, and then DOtl ld< i what pro eadura Nhould be adopted as regards passing a Joint Address to the New Queen and the Urn-en Mother. In 1938. both RoUMi >f tin' ire agriad to the paMdut.if (wo |otat AddresM** whu h in i< m m '" Uw Beerotarj % %  ; %  lln Cotanh %  : nussion tu -il Family, omt,. Hi Schooner Captain Will Pay MOO if;Worarup Mi Q |i Criimiii i> Ual POttco Magistrate of I**M-')est> King Edward VIII and A", rtatardaj ordated Nev"?* nthrr to ,he Queen Mot he McLaun Captain of the \i.. btalnlnj] %  i to do Civil Servant Stands Trial On Larceny Charge lea with 25 babies but today there are over 40 leceivlng cere, in ona yem K Altered to U 60 children but every an rtruch off the %  > have reached aaa and more take their pla-ea. Th.C Inll has greatly uisted mothers of that area and iiiany of the children who fonneranended are now big boys and %  I ih Mveeatt old LOCAL FILM BEING SHOWN TO-NIGHT "Give Your Child A Chance" th, On) Bha made by the Darbados Film Unit Iwgini its run with the Mobil. Cinema to-night at 7 30 at St Huriiabni School. St Michael The school scenes in the ptcturt wen tak ii Ihil school and several of the bovs of St Barnabas appear in the illin Also ineludrd in IO-III.; %  coa Rehabilitation" wi the first production of the Trinidad Film Unit McLaurence appealed against s„ coun. %  *' appeared for Ihl dafoodaw further e.ui.-nce ... llu,..%  i Sgl I King proaafiiled l %  %  **•* ,,,tf IVlice have brought si 1 i fron [Bfoflnatfon rr< '" i ""|(*' !, "' Inreenj', Uatncauon LgM fi.iudulent ci-;ivei>iun iBVOJl Harbour Police O'lKUble Jam.-, !"* "",">' •*."> •o W.00.1 l'..n. the Ouvvrnment rreasurv %  onst, Outog E. Smith civ, ryant or the Audr ;;• Ofllco, uptake,, by .... ,, , L H Mr. C. L Walwyn at IMstric. -A' %  .!' rd *) r iked thilefeiKl.nt if it wan At Casualty W ard Gwendolyn Hall, a mauby vendor oi Ijinds End. St. Michael. mi died at the Casualty Ward of tha M We. Voar MajrsiV* Mo.l Ilimble and Loyal Subject the Membe-x of UM \ I I the Parish of SiitU Mich i -I or Uie Ardent Colony of Barbados, in Vetr> ..semblrj. respectfully assure Your Majesty of our profwund ympalhy on the death of our Heloved King George VI. of bletaed memory. lhrUKhoul the many exacting trials that marked His lelfi Hia unfalllni eouraxe and devotion to duly was a listing io-.li r.iin n i.i 'nh .mi tvery one of His Subieeta. and the kindline and sincere s>mpalhy shown by Him have wca for Him a lasting place U. the hearts of all. At all ttmc*>. the t.mplre aa Ills foremost concern even in the Hour of Death ileir. Ac offer Your MatcUy our loyal congratulation* upon your accession and liumhl> desire lo assure Your Mkjat t) of our loyahy and devotion io Your Throne and !' %  r%  i. and our aure conviction that Yuur Majesty, under the Guidance of Almighty <>od will MIC" a reign distinguished by Your Majesty scare and concern for the good government and welfare of Your peoples. Ml Address was pasted. Add re** Moved Mr. C. A. in member of the V I he lollowniBj Address 10 I'. .ptioi. tag f Man. H lame inn. and Founder, Mis. I Sampion Viearegidenti Mi. H. A. tin row S %  i treasurer, .*SS1SS o^ For awaUsaa %  ::'£? c. '£££: O* Murder ChurgiMrs M. Rudder, Mrs I, Lowe, Mis M. L ahl-y and Mr, H. Cyril Lashley (29) of Qoearn Wilkinsoi. members of the mpnt Hill. St. Michael, was cornCommivtce. Mrs. Lowe, Mrs mittod to the next sitting of UM I-ashley and Mr. Wilkinson are Court of Grand Sesalons bj 111. bawuiu "'-hip Mr. C. L Walwyi v at present in the U.S.A. Mi linn Workei tra (tosklajinsj Weekly Ration II. Allcyne Ui'l.iy charged of Bunlna Hoyte Mi. SI. Ml •*i tinmurdei is., ol Qovern. hael, on Janui | UM loaiance %  euu tho Leernnee he i.J found in U In on* bei .•< tl and f flour. He told the >•"• IH*IIIIHaJ Aul I*. ,I,,I found r^_e sr* %  i tonttrt'iKc KIUIH AOCR feed, four cailoom of md u bottles or rent," l-.-li..r.,., %  ..hi,. WllklnFurther hearing will li i i Mmlay, February II. at m .mi. The charges state lhat the olf.-nces weic OOtlUnltted some* tune U-lweeu April IIM5 and Jua tl. 1951. Smith Is on a bad of CMO, Legal apnae r e ii cg I K Waloott cj.c %  with Mr. r. U foi the agfenee and Mr. w w • %  • %  Q.C., Solicitor General, f. the Police Social '.v 11. the U.SA. who is M> W w Reaee, O.C., BoUclthe Island, vUltvd u % %  %  ii' %  the prethe C.inic yesterday. On arrival >' Vrs. Alleym* saw Mrs Dowdlng heel ing for IIM' Cn told the Court. These goodit weic not on the %  form loiter some of the goods were taken lo UM ii the defandant was taken ollee ^> "THIRSTY" ON MURDER CHARGE Bride %  H W % %  Mp v. 0 H Grimth also orderol lh.it the goods lxfoifeilcl 1'AHIS, Feb. 7 A United Nations oonfarenCl collect fund. i.,i ifehnlfel auistance to under-developed oOUntTH ended here to-day with contilhuln nfulling SSWi.duo shoit of il target The United Nations set tl. i larnal ngu far 51 naUoti xamining some of the children the mothcrj wero tlven their weekly ration, which onsisicd of cod liver oil, barley "f*AN i""DI Iicr %  > % %  ri ic ,1 food rteat Twenty-two-year-old Joseph CAPI. L.KUIDLX DUE Mi. Ah. snr -kl Ih.mother.-. Bruce alias %  'T.iirsly" of LigutTim: UAIIMUI,U> co-operate by bilnging UMIT root Cross Lone. St Michael wan I nlj MlKM.N(. childien weekly. She felt that jeateadw COnunttted to the nex" II e children needed lhat kind of Bitting of the Court of Ol care. sions by 111* Woiship Mi i. i Pointing to the group of children tirimth. Acting Police Magi-ti;.' (he .m ntam nm ..,. ., ( ' DMtnct "A." very group you may have another Bruro 1S chniged i.y the pt L Hazel Scott" M.o-I, Track Ambiisiicd with the unlawful killing of K ncth DaCosta on nTovetnbei 1951 at about 2.30 a.m Also committed to the n sitting ol the Sessions wa> Rawle The C.NS. pa | Canadian ( ruker is expected to mo.ning from Halifax via thBritish Northern Islaniis and will be hailing duiui) Ihe mghl fU lln'ivh liui-iia, Via %  nt Grenada % %  •••* mn %  Bhe WUl I* bringing cargo at KHJ.vQO.UOU. have promised roriiUuiions loliilhng about $19,5(10 IHiu Jean Lesagc of Canada, Chairman of the confercm. ,i %  UM list of contributions would ba kept O!-II unUI April 15 to maki %  In. United Slates, Canada, ud and Australia hav. %  % %  served Ihe uglit to n and e e ether Member* of Your %  usehol.l wilh ferlingb if Seep and sincere sympathy at mis ume of Hui Majesty's grief and irreparable low. and aaanre Your MljjgMl lhat we and the people of thin Colony will ever preserve towards Tour M jest> reatftng of deep and ..l.ulin. aflecllon and loyalty. Mr. A. S. Brydon seconded an ihe Addraa-i was passed. After 0 few Dsonii imed. OetMtel llospllal 6n Wedi.esday night. A paat %  Mrten examination waa performed yesterday by Dr Ashby and death was attributed to natural causes. Miriam Bast oi Brttton'i mil. W MK:I v: eho was %  dmltted to he Generjl Hospital on January 29. died In the Operating Theatre I ..bout 10.15 p.m. on Wednesday. The peel mortem examination performed by Dr. Ashby. Death was attributed to arterio M ii.-lerosU. lecture Cn Electricity At Driii Halt Today Mi* K. RGoddard of the Govon.ineiit n-cin.ai liMpeetoi Dent will give a lecture on ad} The Mules and Regulations Gov-—' J^.t'SrWu^^ffS 4W ATBUFH4ST T?&ff&$^X?Stil K ; T ARMY HMD. anrt (! H many QUARTERS. Korea, Feb. .. He, n ; elUg will All Eighth Army fighting urn's tttencL throughout Korea lowered Uieir This lecture will give electrlflsgi to half mast at noon In . ;i opportunity of becoming iicurnlng for King Ge-rge \1 acjuainted wilh the laws. Various They will remain it half mast unlil point' with which many of then. *un*et of the day of the funeral. ure not familiar will be discussed. —I'.P. 19-Year-Old Youth [skippers Blue Star' Slim 19 • year • old Oawson down to Trinidad lo load more Cheeseman, son of Mr. P. A. rum for Nasutu, Bahamas. Cheese-man. Works Engineer Jf Dawson started bu sea lite becai far aa Bermuda in the rum tret her course from 'h > Captain Fcrguascn and a spar' Youthful Dawson who hr.s h•"• crew have r>ne down on th. "vvears* ea experience She "lae Mar to bnng i; loaded rum here and is gein; J ea kaaa Safecrta to Barbadoa. of Chase Land, St. Mi.hael, MANILA. Feb. 7 the pri'limlnary Thtee soldiers and four civilians case in which were killed when Communist-led the Police with obtain.ng ||| tl t 'h.Rrif.-,. Huks ambushCM Philippines army frin A*i/ Ahraham nude, iruck near Infanta town in Quzon pretences wateneluded befOrl She win Kastcrn I*2on. Hi, Worship Mr. C I. Walwyn a< wl —f.P. District "A." Ilan ports. .nadftV -•-——viral Trie iS I .*ii N'rlaaa ., '' '" %  '• '" '•' %  %  %  '"*' rll llritiah I Guiana nd St. Vim Trinidad. nt. finish loading sugar I rum todi^ The "phantom white KH.J.II 'he , i-aiuxi. was named th. • "Empress of Japan" bgifora Ue i wur wtttn hp hrld lh *P*od rv ,na trd for %  Pacific crossing si One of the largest m *.'i (rulslng business and has plaiuie.| a three-month dollur-crulsing prafaioi-Assets to your LINENS LINEN SHEETING 90 inche-, wide per yd. $7.46 72 $5.89 HEMSTITCHED LINEN PILLOW CASES 18 x 28 each $3.77 18 x 28 each $2.24 HEMSTITCHED LINEN SHEETS 72 x 108 each $18.82 CAVE SHI I'llEIIII A COLTD. 10-13 Broad Slr*l "m,//' diaiA #OA BVSVUf occaAwn on tola oi ihe leading AtoAsA LUXURIOUS PAN 111% in An Silk mid NMon From He lo $3.17 Colours : Pink. Peach. Helic Blue. While and Black SI !!•% in Salin, JrrM\\, Crvuc und \\lon. ma K.13 lo *9.K7 Coloun I'mk, Poach, and White. IIAll SI % %  >% in Nylon „ J7.67 t'olours Pink, Black and Whit,P1J4MA% In Jersey u $1 :.\t Colour! Poach. Ivy & Sky Nlf.ll I IIIKI ssi s In Jersey and Nylon From S3.7H In $20.00 (Vilnius I'mk, Blue and White HARRISONS DIAL 2352 .V.V-V.V.V/'/.W,'/,'/, U N D I E S *.***.•>*..*.. v.*:•,'.•,;*.',', %  Come in To-day and enjoy its %  •' Tropical Flavour ] ,' L ,J PINEAPPLE CREAMS Knii'lil's I'll.Mni\ Sixl.l I oiiiil.iiii STAJVSFELB. SCOTT A Co.. Ltd. Broad Bli"'l (lrt)-tonr 8hop< Hastings SO rat Orlghully TL„ Waok ROBRRTBON 8 RAHI-RFRRY. APRICOT. BLACK CURRANT. RED CURRANT JAM la 1 lb BottleGO ROBERTSON'S SCOTCH ORANOE, OOLDEN SHRED. SILVER SHRED MARMALADE 49 < ROBERTSON'S OINOER MARMA LADE. In Bottlsn 08 .61 CONDENSED MILK p*r tin 33 31 Tha abova lUpis for Cash and Carry Customsrs only SMEDLEY S PETIT POIS PEAS per Uu DUTCH BROKEN CAULIFLOWER per till DUTCH WHOLE CAULIFLOWER per tin DUTCH BRUSSELS BPR0UT8 per tin I OALL TIN OALATEA OLIVE OIL p*r Ua I DILL BOTTLES OALATEA OLIVE OIL per bottle ROBES LIME MARMALADE per Jar CADBURV8 CUP CHOCOLATE v-< %  l. Ha .. PERL8TEIN BEER per bottle PERLBTEIN BEERper Carton COCKADE FINE RUM I't



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PACE SIX CLASSIFIED ADS. BARBADOS ADVOCATE FRIDAY FEBRUARY 8, 1*52 TELEPHONE J50t. addi'ic.--! >M Ti bet •*•*.. lXiM4 %  %  DUD %  %  %  .".:ft,. .1 %  AM.MO i.M t.MK.vn* REPAIR* AND MAINTCNAKCaT—lwbed.Alien*!*. I M d MC l thai the* Mv* recentl. bNn Joined I, an i-MH •UtMMobtl* engineer from I'nilfl Ki' I dean and are eKtrndii,* iimir prrauni M hneuIU all ->pe* of lepam I S S**. FTfmurs* Dnunur.oi• %  % %  Ul'vO bv Mmn'linii J tar Ox. applieat on < %  Oat" J. Dial WK U' .-arfoife '. •Si .'-illCourla-J Gar..** : i a W* %  S.Ut DI.IIVn-V TRAI Toll HAKFs •Ultalale lor *> I nd-rewind TfB A Maeeei-rlam* pi FOII MU AUTOMOTIVE K-.. t •seres Oarag* CAB IBM model anal m eoodlt.0.1 Dui am Court*** 1 S M—n CAM Ona DeUi.a Ford Car IB*. i-del Ownar drtv.n T*r* neat Appl. C. McLean, lutir Hill Si Joeeph. HOTURCVCLC Only ona Hi In Mock. A*.hauader s.pr.iK. Spring fi am*, t h.p MHM. Ttimi A BAHNBI a I'O KLrX'TftW AL CANDY ri-osa MACHINI: saic (linHIC'AI. WASHINC. \. A. HIM.S Uwut.r huthe wainlni machine*, onl] StBO K It Hunt'' ft Co Ltd DUI Mil IIVI3i. TRACT"' Wheel or Half-Track t r Eng.nn A i i T IH | %  V"v Ua**a*a> %  %  i. *MM Bed Hi ... ughl !lt|-"J fi a**> M Apply Ralph Beaid. Low Ba/ Street J"hone 5010 ll|g l KADIO* On. ruR\m:KK KAH.NI* Co.. Ltd llltlri'RNITVU Ralph braid offer. toll/mint bargain* Mahog*'* In chair. MO 00 a pair Berrh chain l a pair Rueh arm rhaira MOO'a i ImniK Boardi MOO rath *"d nut out other arUcMa. at reduce pf |i.-:.-]') Lower II. I'l III If WB IM IP. If \TIM> REAL ESTATE AVQHDALCm %  BrldoHown. w>m I IM kj *-,-e.l OKia b> M-. 0O1.DEK COT CHAPMAN STRUT Br.da.iowN. (WIN by Mr. O E KirIon. and .landing on rented Ural Inspection on application i.> lb. %  BBBfeMe between IB a in and • pm on any day %  ** %  >' a %  — %  % TM -I*.-., iiinpcitie •hllttyH, %  "I -P I..T *SM> by publ .i %  ,.i OrSc*. Jan*. Street. Br.l*. •.. n % %  rti.n.lav Hth Prbniary. | |pni l''(Kn,|i A BOYl I %  J W On NOTM I i ESS CIDO Barbadaa Oovi bmt,.ra • 1'.** Barlaaataa Omamraanl bwitur. aj >% ifj bJH „ ... •M Fir. I .•.'! %  m I • | atuiM %  a, T to aliarr* W I Blarull to %  barn UarhoOoa TatoplMna Co. ••* PrUaiwocai • IUIIH R arbaOoa lea Co. > Otoovo moouona*! aharra will b. ip tor ult al Public Aucti.x. on iv In* lib day of rrinruary IBM al n. at Carrauioa It Man. Lra> I 31 1 M n rNDAIIWlN. I'.. ( 000 B)UMI fn ol land) Blnn* b.inal.ich*nciW Wllh cupbaarda TlUrd balb and tollat flranli" romn and laraa> IniparUon on .pplM-allon to Mr. Barnard 1%  .,., • n Tha abovo will ba art up tor aala at ol IM ruary at %  .* p m al Wt. arraa CARRLNiiTttN 4 -M-A w MI:I HHJ I • 7 >" PCBaWNAl Tha piBBc i,. .t - M4T. Ptttdrr pla I LaahWy l-*dr mi., i WIAFFIC VOMIT iUadic <>f the Prorlainalion of Accession Or, Friday. S'.li To' ruary. 1962. l>etwcn the hours of 10 a,m. mid 11 SO a.m. I. No vehicle or pcdesirinn i-halt be aliowtKl to |>n.s inn or r**nain In Ttafalfar 5quB-_. t. Persons ,i:l<-ndlBg th. C.-M tnony #M| c ,.ier through tha South Gate of the PublicBuildins* "via Traraljtar Street dnd parktheit cars in Palmetto Smiare nnd Hlckett Street Made under Rulo B of MM Bridget., wrn nnd SpwiKhtstown (Tiafflr) (Amendment) ReBuli'tioDs, IS43. It. T. MICHELIN. Commissioner of Polii Police Headquarters, B ldgetown, Tth FBbruary. UM. 8.2 32—li SHE KNOWS i:'J LIVESTOCK MECHANICAL lUfiMjNHJ MISCKI.I.ANF.OIIS fLAHOBy M>-'nu % %  ton 0 Win. 1'pHidit tiicnordTwo >aara oM. tp i ion Dial J000 for parttcuU OA1VANIHD %  tHEXTB — A limit.* [jantlty 1 ft MK. B n. MM, III HU iK|vilra Aulo Tyro Co TalapOoi riaviim Hrrord acorda and >• baok urdan too AHNIS At Co. Ltd. t fn ~RFM RtX-ORD* J...1 Rlvrd a ahloanant. Calspao Wm Fooai*iB'dot • l.UI SIM *H %  urrcAucB vu* urdy and luhlwalghl, doublr l.a i JO to M.M A HARMBS %  CO.. LT0 LIQUOR LICENSE NOTICE iMKllVAH Krnost \V..nna i.l Ch Ch kold*r ol iH|uor llranaa No 110 ol IMS. *raiilJ In ra.|it of i> board t infTial* MIOD with ahadroof .Utarhrd at PtfwMl. Cb. Ch. Within Dlau-lrt "B" for prmv ahin a W ahop with .nr.n.-.l ..M.ch,,i •mar sand. Ch. Ch. wlUiin iMoirirt •nd to MM tha aald llcanao at aurn I d4wGrB>Bd] pfOfiiltrO. I'.'-l thl> hh da* of rotjruarjr To C W. Rudder Eaq Polm> Maglolrotr.. n-t D LVAl-L C HKW1 For Apphcani N It TABS application wtd ba oi hrld on Monday ItUi day of r* ISU at II oclaok a.m. at PoUoo Couri Dw.llina houaa aallad "GILVAN' with I0.SM aquara fort of land aHuatat Ch-I aaa Oardrm. St. Mlrhaal Th* hou>ConUIni Drawmd Room. Uvlnd Room. • brdrooma, Qaiaa*. Toll*!. Hath and u.ual convanlane** Th* abn\. pioprity Will b* art up lor •alt by PuMle CotnpaUUon at our ufna* Jamva Strrat on Friday Bth February. 1MI at I pm Imprctlon on application i man. H*dfrd LwU* Dial OH YIARVYIXIK A It". } %  MHtb t!i:i laJflBl * Bafhadea r.re Inauina'badoa Ir* Com par .and Vi %  m of -nonoy nat .•end > ba uaad Hi ran l ac u as th* %  Dalart in. ath day ol P.t.j YFARWOOD a. BOYtr •ilirMoo tor th* Vaatiy al M Jaawa %  I In. Official Sale ( Ml XI i u BAD m IS ril ABKtBTASI OF APPRAI. lEQultablc Juriadlrtom. %  TTAhaAY JAMES BENJAMIN KINO P tOM W .>i^nm NOKKIS :* osdhjBi H h*t*4>> alvcii that "I an Urdrr of lb* Aaiulani Ap|iaal datad |h* lin d,. !-.. Ihrrr will b* art up lor aal* la laa hiatiaat iNdaVr al in. urlk-r of Ih* Clark t of Appeal al th* Court HOLMBri*. t-t-.rn th. haun of II now., and I o clock In '' %  •i"i on rr..l. ih. IIM ilai Mrtch. IMS. u || that i-arlaln p>*c* r pariah at : ing by adawaaurarncnl ona acra Hi looda aovan and twu flttha parvhaa or s and boundlnl on 'ion Hall plantation on land* n landa '4 P A w thephard on Unda ol JatnaB M .'I OM Mr4 Wood %  %  I %  rida hriwrrn tha .am* j TAKE NOTICE SHIPPING NOTICES That LOIVI INCORPOBATCD. a corpo'a .on oraaruaad and oalKlna under tha Uai of tha St.t* of DalowowO. Umt-d Btataa of Atfarrlca. who* trad* •' bwalnaaa addir* ia IB toutB BtBta Straat. Do*at. BUto of DrUwat* U-* Manufactuntra, boa ago had tor tha raoiaUauaai of o trod* mark in Part 'A" f Beaut** in rvapect of film* adaptad tor rafaraducUon and conulaind ircordrt %  e of plcturaa and'or raaordiS aound. ihoUon pieturaa and moUon pkiu'e pholofalaya. motion pidur* Blma of all kinda and it**cripi>oii. motion plctuici iirrtma apparatus, motion picture canHrraa. and part. photoaraBhir acparat and parti, tantina pUturr apparatu*. cpmblnad ->ntlir<.nlr*d w.und recordH r and motuni pKtur* machtnaa and apparatu. parta and arcraaorlaa. rombimi lynchronriacl MHind ivorodaclad and motion pirtwr* pn.ieriira machlnaa arl apparatui. parta and ac i iaaortf*. talklns machinn ivmbinrd and >>T. Uira apparatiu and rasorda and nim there fur. radio apuaia'part. and appuVlananraa. Inahaataai radio mcclvina wu. lablneU an.pltfWT). horr.i. and comMnad taUtlna machlnaa and radio iccnvirm U. takrvUion appar.-ind. and daarripll.... Includli^ electric iwitchaa and rlactrtc itop m*,h* i•aana. dvtactor lafoaa. aanplif),na lubn. and Bke ood.. and will ba mittlad fa rairMr Ih* iamt allr on* month from tha Tth dayof FVbruary IMS unkt %  •ana fwraan ahall In th* meantime aive luUtt in dupluatr to m* at my 0B*te ..I opaoalllon of inch mtatralion The irada mark ran ba aaon on applif-atn.-. ROYAL NF.lftRLANDS STEAMSHIP CO. > til is., in m MI. i i it a AtaBTSBIIAU %  lAtLma in PABUW thino o NKIll.N I.l |*N A M -i STTNTim SMh Pa* |M HI. POSEIDON SOtb bUrrh II6> • \ll IM. II) IIIMIItll PABAMARIBO ItltllKN Ol Its V S B COTT1CA. Uth Fab. IBM M B BONAHUt. 10th March. IBM %  Ml IS.. III IKIMIItll 1\|| MUI ^ M S IIERSILJA. 11th March 1VU S. P. Ml BSI.N. BUM A tU. Th* M V CACtQUI DEI wtU aaaafM Cargo and r Bt Lucia. St Vinraatl. Granada, and Aruba Ralhng ft.aaa.aiy am inat Th* M V -DAB01.11 1 -cc-pt Cargo an* P aa nn gara lor 41 U.-u. St Vincrnt. Ormada and Aruba Balling Frtda* Bth Baa*. Tha M V CAhlBBKE will accapt Cargn and Pa a i rngera for Dominica, Antigoa. Montwnat. NavU and St Kitta Balling Frtda) %  W I BCHOONLR (IWNDI ASBOCIATtON ilNC Conaigna*. Tala No 0M1 Canadian INational Slcarnships Dated thu ISrd day of January IBM II Wll.UAMg. Rrartatrar of Trad* HRM TAKE NOTICE t h— I i llh dav of J^nuar. IBM. F Q TAT MA. of the Aaatatant Court of Appaal IB I W-*ai E uhtic rr a npala U on at our • Irert Brldaetown. on P.ld. or >alr hg Bh %  ivh r.b. YSARWOOD A mivcr Bel BSSl-Tn "SANS SXHTT ew Road Ina Ichael alardlng Und Th* houaa rent Iwo i idea, drawing and dining moma. t brdrooma (with running wale* In each' Iroakfut room kttrhan. tnUat and batii garaie and %  ervanta roarna In yard. In opO r Uon OVOfty day tooeopt Bundaya The lUivr property will t>c aale at pubic auction on Fri.1 February at t p m nl thoffce ot th. %  u. isaagtod CARnrNGTO'.' A SEAI.Y BolKlbsra, TBANgt'lLITY Standing of |.||i< aquara feet of land al Sgr.lbcl.gr Houaa contains three bedmnma upatalrt and on* bad roam and apacloul rootna dm.n-t.lt. Two I..11,. at,d U.ilrt.. Inny day b* appointment *Phon. >lnn*r MR Th* abov* arlll h* aala at Pgblic Auction I Hi.. .t...lanrd .'AI--I:;.;TON S. SVALV. LuoaaBUeet I. %  11M Hoi dwrtllrf houae known B* %  Fdsecllff %  with forty ata a.-raa of land In th* pariah of St John, of whkh iwenl* ra nrahle Thr enlli. |>M>:.H> M .' i w..i .1 i.i ...i. r* feet of Und at the Allay and MarhlU Btrr*t with tha tor* iharenn ard the (lituie. %  nd Siting* (hrirlii and the riillra alockin-trido of Ih* diuil bualneaa known a. OlympU Pharmacy For lurlhar goiUcuUis and condition' Send IS Your Order, for . (.tl-VWIMD PIIE From 1 1" to i" < l.Vlll li EMPOHIUM Cnr. Broad & Tudor Streets HERBERT Magazine Lane, Official Notice IS III V--I-I \l I Ol BT OP AMI Al %  TAN1XY JAMES DE.VIA.Mi.. pi ui '.Xsrt'lt N'tRRIS nvfrndant thla Court the alx>vr action made on Ih* IU. day IBM. I give notice to all peraoni having any aaUt*. mht or M -iiv n*n or Incumbranc* %  of JiW ,itu..l. in li>a pariah of Saint John and laland aloraaald cantaUiang b> adniaaaulamanl ..ue acra thrr* raadi or BharO i id,,i|! on Unda r ...I l-r.dt of J. ft W. I Bhlpfaipd on Unda ol Jamra Ma>*ra and ... Mr* Wood or notrevorl ibui .md bound to n.id ilAflna with thru witnaaaa*. d .cum**it> and vouch.i.. to be Ol m* on any Tueaday. or Fud.bet warn the hour* of IS 'nooni and J o'clock UfTaBOn, at th* Ofllce of Ol* l Appeol at th* Court llmis,. Iindgato.n bafora That LOEWS INCORPORATED a corporation nrganiiad and exi-Una nude. th* law. of thr State of Delaware. United State, of America, whoa* trad* M bu.mr— adtirx i. IM Soulh Slate Slraat. Dovar. Bute of DeUwair. USA. Manufacturer, boa applied lor th* regiaUalion of a trade mark in Pan A it.a .T.r in reaped nt fllm adapted (or reproduction and contalnliio recorded imagea of p.ctura. and/or recorded found, motion picture* and motion pictun I'hitopUv*. motion prfiurea Sim* of all klpda and deacriptlon. motion pietu.t i -ol act i no apparatiu. mnfton plcturr camera*, and part*, photoaraphlc apparati j-id paru. talklna picture apparatu*. combined lynchronltad wiund record".j and motion plcturr machlnaa and apparatu*. part* and arcea*or>e*. rombm.. /.. M Paby B March 10 March — SS March M Maith S.l. ii.n..i si. "LADY NELSON" i AM %  IIU1SEK" 'I^ADY "ollNIi %  IJ*DY NEt.SMN" •"A.N t-NUISXH'%  ii. ...... Arrtrea tin... • bada* Baataa St Jaha Baltfaa J B Feb.IB Prby. IT Feby. M Feb* Frty II p-by. M Feby. I Man i S March B March 10 March 11 March M Mar. I M March M March 1 AprU 4 April J Apt. 4 April T April U AprU IT April Pur further particular*, apply to— GARDINER AUSTIN & CO., LTD. Agents. i appllral; i .it I 1 office WILLIAMS R-ai-trar of Trad* Marki. TAKE NOTICE ZEROLIT ThaTHE PERM1TIT COMPANY LIMITED. %  Brlllah Company whoie trad bualneaa eddraea U Permutlt Ho.i^r Ounncrabury Avenue. London. W . ipphvd to, the leslatroiion of a trade mark tn Pan .1 OaaajUCal ulxtaiiee. beliur artificially prepairO ter und other llajuid.; pUnt and I natal let i..n* pphma and di*frib.ilina water, and filter., i Ih* i.aturi R %  ** %  't MOB aMfi A of Real.ler compounds for the treatmem of 10* u* in pur'fhina aoftenlng. •nd -HI b. entitled to regieter |.ruar. IBM unleaa *oto*> u raon ahall I ba me at my olnce ol oppo. %  ten on application at my nfAca Hated thi. Elrd day of January. IMS MT • llh i in duplx .ill WILUAMS. R.aiirar of Trade Marks. 11 IS--Si bened! ol the Mt I uiDefined "I I %  must a||nd the Mid Couil on Wednaaday \ ... TAKE NOTICE CAR-PLATE Ji>H\-SQN ft SON, INC. a corpotatuxi I of the United SUteof under the law* whoas trade ur ibo CTty of Racine State of Wlaconain. raarlatiatloii of a trade maifc In Pail metal and other IWHOBBB and will be month from u of Pabruaiv, gfve 'e'eV*'e*e'e***e'e'eW*e'>*eV,V*'--,NOTICE WOMEN s SELF BSLP A*Of Owing lo me tourMt boat ai. living on dUturdav I Bth will be i cloeing ruiil da) on Thurada; Uth. IMS n, awnaq * **<-*//.*////,•.'/,',',•,'//,',•, i (/•,V-0'/W,V/'// / V.-/. MrVVCrtVe'e V&'e ', ''.'• Announcing the arrival of:— (Terrazzo) MARBLE CHIPS in 5 colours For Verandahs and Floors LTD. Dial: 1367 *V*->'.VW>V**.W IOH SALE CARLDIEM'' a two storgyed dwelllnghouse standing on 10.770 square ftvet ut land on the incomparable St Lnwrence Coast Excellent sea bathing. Dwelllngbouse contains verandah upstairs and down, dining and sitting rosma. \ beoiooms. pantry and kitchen. Electric light, gas and water installed. Garage -nd servants rooms. Purchaser to have option Inspection by appointment. ORIENTAL SOUVENIRS BILKS CURIOS. AaVTB TaWPM lOa, UTJ %  /OTEBlAB V A&TISTICA.8 CTJIUOG: I.or* rkAioo" DE INUJ OlaaJSt, eWaaTlw THANIS Pf. Wm. Ilr>. ^U. DUI 3ICC 'i 1 Binrp .VTW STIV MONOP"! i QUERS .... ,, %  VPCNCEh MOljl 1 I'ALUt ~ Tk. Ball* thai la.t l.ni..l CHAMnXMS TWkVrtfTli CCN rt'llY nirn"NT"V, Pt-.ri CYCLOPAEDIA IAHOE TJl-i CCPS BUTE RA1 ANn nis)i|-s A SUNOS aTORY It. M B H The Oak* af Wlagaer — 01 — HMISM. < i r "MIV 'BT*Rg flBa00ICDUbJM^'->eAO of buying furniture and effects Dial 8137. (Mrs. K R. Hunte) The above will be offered (or sale at public competition on Friday, the 8th February, I9S2. at X p.m.. at tha office of the undersigned fnan whom further particular* and conditions of sale can be obtained. COTTLE, CATFOBD CO.. Solidtops, 14.1.52— lin HEAL ESTATE JOHN M. BLADON •& CO. \.l S. F.V.A. iff/-: i in if it iin TUK: HEPI-TATIO.X. Plantations Ho ililiio;. iAe C ,E G"r9ey^raTlArcf0UE Sallli.r. from Soathi i U RiMdrlBUBN*. Martinique, Barbados. Trinidad. LaGuaira. Curacao, Cartagraa aad Jaaaalra Arrires Barbados 20th Feb.. 1M2 2nd April. IS52 em May. 1992 From Southampton "COLOMIUE" Tth Feb., 1952 "COLOMBIE".... 20th March. 1952 •"DE GRASSE". 24th April. 19a2 .. •Not calling at Guadeloupe. SAIIJNG FROM BARBADOS TO EUROPE From Barbados Arrives Southampton "COLOMBIE".. 2nd March, 1952 Mth March, 1952 "COLOMBIE" 13th April. 1912 25th April 1952 GE GRASSE". 19th May. 1952 29th May, 1951 •Sailing Direct to Southampton. H. M. .IO.M.S A .. LTIK-AgenfM. CALLING ALL THHMFTY FOLKS! io 1111 CHOP IIMI SALE THANIBROS. Prince William Henry and Swan Street. I „,,.%l Iritt-x mm K*>€trd! SHARKSKIN 36" BUS BMt in Town CREPE DE CHINE M' .8 A Real Beauty JERSY 48" (PUB) 1.12 (Striped) 1X1 SHANTUNG (Popular Shade.) 1.12 PRINTS :t.i ..Id,62 CALICO 36" wide SI I IMNS 36" wide 67 SATIN 36" wide .19 BROCADE 36" wide .11 ORGANDY 31. wide JB "VI* UU.S SIIOI* — Rock Bottom Prices ^^ FUR ONE DOLLAR ONLY 3 Pair. SOCKS or 2 VESTS or 4 HANKIES or 2 PANTIES or 4 GOLD BELTS or 2 CHANGE PCHS1-S YA.NKLK TYPE SHADES. WALLETS 1.7S FANCY SILK SHIRTS (Barbados View) 3.88 \LI,\VOOL TWEED PINSTRIPED 56" wide.... 8.5(1 SILVER GREY FLANNEL 56" wide 3.38 DUNGAREE — Ho.v> Quality 1.67 KHAKI — Popular Shade 1.17 BEDROOM Rl'GS — All Wool — irom 3.58 VEGETABLE DISHES (with Cover.) 1.27 BLANKETS — from 2!8 TORCHLIGHTS |.J LUNCH BAGS 4.59 CURTAIN NETS .3* CRETTON1S in ..id,1.46 H'\\ l IS .57 I'll! LOTH 1.38 III Mihl U Mil I 1 .78



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FRJ[>\\ I tBW \RY 8. 1JSJ UAKBADO^ ADVOCATE I'li.i SEVEN' HI.NR* BY CARL ANDERSON }ao o%  'LINT OF THE FLYING SQUAD RY ALAN STRANKS ft GEORGE DAVIFS INDIE BY CHIC YOUN FLASH GORDON UY DAN BARRY A *X>£TVM* * .Vj_ %  | N P**fTS '-0 rT f5TUtAtOW' iOHNNY HAZARD BY FRANK ROBBINS UP FATHER' BY GEORGE MC. MANUS XXB WTEE WCHO 1[ rw LAD LM' '.-. i'i,"T A**".v-I HA'.S A BV>BD OP 0eSC1O* MfflBTl**, AT THE MUOMIjm Ml "F-: flH UD M --;--' %  MOM \ */ TUAT'6 JJ6T DAMOY/ t\l GOMSTOUV MA7pglftpi "' %  % %  >' •* %  ooos-so 'u. GO OijMT WITH "OUCOMC'LCT I* WOT TA---. RIP UY ALEX RAYMOND f L* '£ff lt'"r-fC.'' | ^yl 'Li *Hl...U|W.. • THE < L Kf C-IKJ I %  %  •-S Guy • OFF-'5 V' a ... AH flOOCES' -£ CAS' X -, r WAffBv IHF PHANTOM BY LEE FALK ft RAY MOORES ei(TBwrfWE ouvtEUONa EOENTBIC,cetO10U /-/MSOCN CMCNCO08EASU.V? J iMU WISH. HE. NEVER TALIffi ABCttf HIMSEltf I DON'T KNOW Hit NAME -CANT IW ItU WHAT HE 10CM8 UXE-BUTITtUSTHlMf UE,cfEs*yu.aEBc.• %  CM c. Y %  •;; v -.-"" Mxavnil f | JUN6U rfflorj / Famous for flavour! RED ROSE TEA is IT PAYS YOU TO DEAL HERE SPECIAL offers to all Cash and Credit Customers for Thursday to Saturday only M'M'IAI. OH-Ml* artHUH available a oar %  raiirkirw Tnrrdiri7-. S|n-iylilsln II ail| Swilll StrC'f'f Usually Now UMI.II> NOW Tins Corned Mutton 68 fl .36 .:i: .20 .in .26 .21 Pkgs. Jacob Cream :iOr. Crackers 49 -IS Tins Heinz Soup: I omaln—Onion—Green Pea Pkgs. Bird's T. Jellies Bottles Heineken's Beer Raisins per lb. Tins Cooking Butter (lib) 98 * D. V. SCOTT & Co. Ltd. Broad Street T II I < O I. O X \ X II I . II t I It I I S O^*^ We have a lovely new stock of these pretty cards just in time for the occasion. ADVOCATE STATIONERY Broad Street & Greystone Shop Hastings .,III.I it on Here'i a Usi for Your (Jonvenienco %  „ CHEF 10 or & 1 lb, 3|'i K l' B %  I C'ED HINE* OIIIKB VAUCUBS SPREAD Gl 4AYF01 %  . I INS MAGOI G-RANUI.ATED ROUU.ON TINS MAG(JI ASPIC JELLY IH/TS CfK'KTAIl. CIIERHIB III 10 of. & tot. BOTS. MOHTONS GROUND OINGEK ••' •.-, i s< orrnn ANCHOVY R8SEMCK in %  nacR Mi iRTOIfa DRY SAOI o/ %  MORTONS MIXED HERB ~I l( tH BACONSLAB or rr lb. ALLEYNE ARTHUR & CO., LTD. torn i.iioi ins III4.II SIHI:I;I



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QUEEN ELIZABETH RETURNS HOME Met At Airport By 15 Distingu ished Britons Vl-T U\S I HAS I EAOI Ollll II LONDON, K, QUEEN ELIZABETH returned to Britain on ThunM*from her tragically interrupted African holiday and received condolcncea and the allegiance of some of her most distinguished subjects as she left ihBOAC Airliner in the cold earlv dusk of a winter day. Tha MM w> i , t carrying ih* Quaaa Mid bt I rt H*I;I m:iI utii '" l,,l, W ucd on Run.. at 16.11) I '. ttfa of her %  %  Of Qug I-I.LIU i.To Meet The two Houses of the Legislature will maai In their rcapacUva Chamber* and aftar pnywii they will then bfl members will main the places reserved for mem in i ho roped area His Excellency rn nrrivnt srUI be met by the Sergei nt-nl-Anns and shown to hi* place. TinProclamation will then w read; "God BBVa HM Quean* will I*. played • On Page A W.I. ( nrn/nit/rr Will Semi Cables Of Sympathy 'lia Oar i r-*>i>4r>.l> LONlXiN i Message "I rympatns. u QUllii Eli?abelh. I he Queen Un Queen .1 : from the West India Comnutua afu o special general meeting arranged for next week. The meeting is provisionally scheduled fur Thursday, but if the funeral of the late King George should be arranged for the same day. the meetUI will be held over until Friday. Mr. Mark Moody Stuart, M.C a member of the Executive of the West India Committee, is expected to preside at the meeting the absence of the Chi i J. M. Campbell. Vice Chanm Mr. H. Alan Walker and Mr. Buisson and Mr. Cassleton (Treasurers* who are all abroad on business. morning, Hl'ii. |{...i when the %  %  %  %  i %  I ....'. i %  • I ; %  %  h euna la %  • hah MT Waiting for ih* plane f .: w %  r.nd the Queen's uncle %  I %  %  %  I tha Conunoi Cronkshank. leader Of Ihe Lorda.. the Marques*; of Salisbury. Mr.: Clement Attlee l,cadcr of the Mr. Ckanient Davies, U.uler ..f the Ijberal Parly. Earl Mountbatten. l-ord Woolton and the Duchess of Gloucester. All the men wore black and wore or carried silk hats or IMIWIeis except Churchill who wore his familiar stovepipe hat. The Duchess of Gloucester wore a silver fox fur over a hi... I auH with a small black hat Counters Mounlbiitlen %  n -I Home Secri'tary. Su David Muxell Fyfe jotnad 'he small group The Duke Of C.loitjester tHMrd) 1 lad at the itepa. AII aati cam /r ni the Queen, dressed rompi' black, left the plane. No Fl#> The plane flew no flags as ll landed. II pink dmwn, A.-, m aama to tha d uf |ha plane the QUOSC i .11,1111.m I brooch was fastened lo tha lapel uf her black coal. She : mm d rn'iiy. then came downhands arlta waiting notabla [I of silene. Men .it BfOrk On tha .11 r port stopped. From oflfc | tM .--. ^tod at the windows. Fi nice, far %  %  %  which he I,,M..I ii e imple dignltj of i U life Ms manhj virtue-. if duly, -iiiiv I Empire %  nd loinnniiuties lor which he bore responsibilit}. '" %  '' harm and happy naUin %  hnsUimi and i lathe) n his own familv %  r-'le. hi OUnOV U> peace < w.it .i I Ihese wenaspects of his character which won the glint and admiration, now hare now ibatv, fi .in the Innunu rabu eve wnon I -. j.ili UDon the ThruiuNaval Hern naval Batfatiani ui On groat i>atiie of Jutland: w timuKht of him, nl> without UnblUl want of self-confidence, he a%  umad the heavy burden of th Crown, and succeeded his biothet whom he loved and to whom he had rendered perfect lOJ thoughl ..| him failhful In hi i %  uaohana <>f stall I I auronsj in hiiievotli %  i % %  %  honoiif al i m his judgment of man and %  r tha laan ^t part) %  %  judtfna bal what l<-s nol; nil till and admired. t.ii't 00 ihe Tlli.-ne %  ,\ well I-%  model n %  tltutlonj i swcn Ifn thrmighni*. the win IH today, ni'l also in fu%  ations, i... i %  tan life with -'ii ihe pai | .Hid ul.\ ii .il tic •In' .mil,i. il kept nis life nani Inj %  > %  thn I and he, ;iii Ibej e. cheerful ind undaunted, slnckcn in body, was u eH and even unaffected In spirit l %  enduring Impression, and should |0 all Hr was sustained, ad onl> h> his natural buovanry, but by th i -Inrerllv of hU ChrislUn Failh. II.IMII.ther Itaf monlh. tan Klna pasted wl'li death. M if drsth were a (nmpanlon. an II.III.IIII| un i Mhum hr recoinU.ll ind did not i-ir In the rnd death ramc as a friend allrr i hipp) da of siin-hin,i"> tport. and after > (iuin niihl ith those who tovrd him lwt. hr fell asleep as evrry nuu> or woman h.> -unitIn Hie rear of fiM. as nnlhim IBM Ul U>< uorld mat Imp* lo do to bun I v itch tha i->t Wi saw hln ..I.M,V H.E. Addresses Legislature On King's Death mi ixcE] i BNCV ruv OCA I K C Mii In I IUKJI annnuiu'emen* it I i i ihe i rialath i i %  r ll f in I %  at M n'clock, communicated iha newi ol the a. II. Mi %  K G % %  %  %  Sixlh to members nl t tha Lafiwaturt u I i 'in U glstatun i %  i the public ** :. : i i Unifon ippr; uisali I* %  %  i H LINDSAY IIAS8BTT U'fll. A -Ualian OaDblus, .uid J.'hu llodilm I oapUU el UWD ,t India* taam. tosfUng aach otbor lu tba WM Indlaas' dressing iom after ibu I iflli Test snded on 3t' I King's Doctors Knew He Would Soon Die ii> en mPsj \v ranm R LObUM IN, Ft i l H' K)R al 'iu i t thai iiKM. bad i n .... u.iin live luuiuhf. agu. •" II W HUM). Ills ,:• reason ih.it would nukd hut Ufa hoppiei OVM in imu i I I %  %  train which tha Klna; rfasaunVing had jI .; on thai noth n a ... in Ufi %  %  .. i able 10 make tha tournaj to i in I'nmcss ElualK-ih Duke of Edinburgh. Thai U) Wi i %  %  ,' I,I thi col mfmlni he died. rorbiddi "Enipress f If Beoiland* 4 Arrives %  %  > HI II „ lung. Bui .. I %  milling .... Ill I .Ml. Off) ii ,| %  i %  I %  i aaread i %  I A fully ] ..,.,,. i Duel was set up on tha ni*i floor I Buckingham Pal M ... Neither .lie nor lb. do.l.•;!, '" ,' u ",' lu U "lhted for l|l "" %  Ml M. The damased luns %  <• *..!.'lite Uuren must aa u-sr however Ihe i soon. The itsUmlMiln* recover >| Mhich Hie Klm seemrd U> have insde ..fur hla lung "ini.ui >i n.i. -l-.ilitit u|ii [KKUITS knew Hut though hi* KHMHU ; lion was iniitno: up a i •' he in hi* olhei lung wa* helm: progresslvrlt tieskeneri hy UH complain I The King died from heart failure brought IMI In Intern-i lurinorrhage. li> tin %  HHBM UM a* fat-l. %  %  %  Th* : %  It remaved. but during mierat Mir surgeons .i "li'l Ihcv li i,l niii-i reared MMI Hi. Kim', olher luni HIS ..lrr.„|, .11.', irri If the ,1l4io.i i i.nl,I have Iw^n made a fe m.... ii. > earlier Uie Klm s life mluhl have keen saved. It nas realised Ihal the hi.. • \perlaltoii of life esHild Mi| be Uu pasia at Ike msal ami miihl be onl t a few n*nUe> %  % %  Ih %  I growth lo %  % %  .. lu thi %  mi %  • On 1*4se 3 I i mine., „i imtlaad %  I %  I I I I I %  .1 III.II k %  '< .'i ol I. %  VI. Ilu ... D i. i Quali the loui ... %  %  %  %  %  (age of the,, ru i do whili %  ties. Wen going h..' %  I %  .f tha put %  '••Ihra llU*I i I %  %  I athe to %  %  I %  %  %  %  %  %  %  I Ryan %  ..i iTtHaaal Ill i: 1053 % %  I Oat I no I •i i < i .. ... %  lha i' bo : 1 %  %  | %  . B< .. i.., | llonoui the Pn id* nt ol tha i I I uneil, Mi J i> i hi. Hon sn %  C.M-Q "in .„> %  •, uu •. \ %  • I II I l r. Dal on III. .i .1. %  %  A-eiiii.K who an ui. he C inii Chamber HM QJJ it-Arn % %  tin M n Hie llousti lx ..i %  i-i buu %  rvd | in ih. II p| Eacelli in v read the Ma %  ... %  ..., % %  : '.. I. ni nl ihi l ui Hi II ipc ,k. n| Ih I \ inn) %  ., Hen %  sd i i Chaml •" %  i -..(-Ann*, ilie. i 'i. Mr. i-.r idem and Honoar %  hie Mnnbert. of II.r Le|lsls Has i %  irll : Mr Mpraker -nd Mi-nibers •I ih* Haana oi ilaaiaaMj ll ta m> painful dull t.. m I.IIIIMIto niu Ih* death of in. IfaJaati King (ieorc* VI W lm pissed In blither sen MM >iiddeiilt snd peacefully >esl-rdji moruliiR ll U i.i,|.i. ml. lor inIn r press ,idei|ualrl> Hie -..i.-.. ul I he arlevsns personal low. ulilcli Is being fell Ihrouih mil Ihe world and. In p u u, u In in even horn* in Ihe Brlllah ((aaaanaawealth of Vilnius Ills M.ih-sU gave us 4 alnrlous p.iu< MI ..I an mi. srllish hi' nl servl.ir.n olhers. of a single-minded drvolion lo dull a| muiwr .•nd endurance In sunVrliu: .ml of determination la tideaasBr. sad watt ills wffd MM children an e\4mple ••I hsHirlife. r..npalli'.U-hie nut fellowship which gained the deep respect and lene ol Ihe people. Our profound s>mpathi goes to Ills < ousort who shared Mia Hie in nrr, iiai and sr prai thai she d nd all the K....I l.itiil> mai rsMMfta %  wmlori in ilielr dtatress. Ma> He eest In peace %  %  ... i i the pTeataaaii i the Speaker hi %  1 .i ive from His Caul Address regarding HI* Malolv Ksag VI -\. uaaa nol the A.' 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PAGE TWO BARBADOS ADVOCATE FRIDAY. PEBRI'ARV 8. 1*S Qcudb CaUinq A aION<; the 400 UN in BaitveU* H'il Imprr,. *•> BMl'tni wer* S. %  L Fo* abu < %  | %  :u came during the. timj ullU-ial ituwu ncrrr." bj Hu t.\ .1 iieflCy me Oow "I Ifis MIJI> Uw Kiim il.M Houm of thf IX*KI latUfi %  ftalkii.> and Mi. t'vs axprttted deep tegiri -it tin% %  expeeted neweast a Ah) time when Mta ihi-p "f pn MOBOOlb crisis and the thrrat off war hovering anmn J her I'um njsaster. The rtn.ili pan. % %  %  a n shopping centre and pla>- of .nterest including the LegiM.ture Halls. Friend* C OMMANDER and MiM...eotm King] en ...n: W %  •'hi'.i'.,.i U r'i.i. meet Mrs. Burrowes and Mrs Free who were among f | p*kl tensers on the C.P.R Kmprrw <>' Scotland. Mrs. Burrowes arid Mrs. Fretwho are friends of M Ev.ms, formerly OVM field House, were soon off renew old acquaint. %  keep a luncheon date with Core and Mr-K,M Contrast I N eentraet with the *pioah gaily coloured shli dresses worn by tin % %  m*l iIng at the Baggage v. from the Imarrof Sc.ll.nl yesterday morning, wi-rc the -Nil* windows on Broad Street, the miiority of Willy Hears .* bout the Circus — Docin't See Why Clowns Arm t Like Puppies — T.C.A. Arrival* M iAjtK WATBBUHY I ii %  %  bade* r h*Hdj passengers arriving by the same plan* were Mi laa, MiaMabel Olttait*, kits* Barber* Greenidejr Mr* MrCoah. Mr. Miss Sarah Ntd Eleanor Nichols. Mr II... U Robinson. Mrs Janet Bull Mn John Wall. Mia* Ull and Mrs. Ml Brother And Si*tcr uobtHr LIVERPOOL: M the M'l Inspection Tour COL WILLIAM r BANS Oil. 'fcfU Territorial Commar.dcr of the HslTsttoii Army. Oaatl I W.I ibako* bands with Ma}. V 0. Underbill, local Divi.ion.il Commander. Salvation Army, -bortly after Col Hanson, arrived iron St Vincent ymUrtUy by BU Airway*. He I* M -out through bU ar*a and during hu stay here he will conduct the Annual Divisional Coograss which opened last night Short Vi.il ruiur DASH arrived by T.CA '; CrOn H %  ,. a fpOL WILLIAM ISANSO.M n Wednesday accompani.il by his *-* Territorial Commander of me rewi sou atlcaeeJ and %  Army, central Mr. Hash is on a rtiort America and W I arrived from nl ye*nl-y morning by Ml ..nd Mrs DafU .."'I B G !" WI H He leave* on MonI er Mrs M. P. M ,• ,">"te to | Mr ,, rUBtOQ whan he has hi* head'Oftlce. Bank of Montreal. "' '. s U \ C. Underbill. DivisionSalvation Army, %  %  on Wednesday. Mrs. Liven-"" l*> sides In New York and has been on a visit io her relative* In British Guiana whom she has not seen %  art. She is now spending the remainder -of her holiday with her brother M King of the Barbados vocate. She will rejoin the Nelson on her sailing to IH MAX IIIMI KNARP ami llantd tr>e had"th HM tarn** %  heal %  •m sraa m u *r> I %  I Ihs* "rfhl I h '.r II. %  Ilosn 1*111] had *>*. hpsfioi a %  %  %  t il snyI n< nart etri hrard ot %  I Sit' ** naid rinr> * In rind Owl "'lat H "aevartlv A MI .1 RaaM "It • m %  >>* •i' al the r'i lirmimn d tr..-,. • ... BM not the klM thai n.a.e yj l*ug* I h- afc. wti ilvrlui nil id in .s like >phseeletkeotM '• i*ja the air "I the like "ouirifla? sau %  iid H\ "ei rfi-tre „! black nnd respect due lo the Heath Majesty the Kin* Senator Leaving Today S ENATOR NOHMAN UAMBIRT, member of the tTpprr House 1 Canada'* Federal Parliament, Stew mnipdiiud iy his i(<> anddauKhbI,„ to c t T.CA after rn were, draped ir rllMni) just about a i •k of holldai if HI | Firat Visit B*frl Is In past eighteen • %  M"L |RS. MINNIF. A*:itKNSEN -f and her 11*1*9. Mi lierthn Green of WilmlngUm. Delaware, ure now In Barbados ToH hllidny They arrived aarller HI the week from th" r %  \ vfaj Pvarto Rleo hv U.W.I.A., rtcromp.inled by their partment B nd Mr* Ruth Ree ena on al*o 7""*? Were? Here La*l Year A .n w t ,,,,.,,,,| ..__ IU-lllglll Wllll 1R VI | MARSHAL id Mr*. S;iWll lon A Soldiers, and the ***" T ' Colonel will also meet all Officers "'I S,.i urn I Of afl II. j gggjasj U ur through hi* area. He has alitivi I'.iramaribo Trlnldad. British Guiana and St Vincent. Difinu his stay here he %  nl thr Annual Divisional Congress which opened last night with a Public Meetinji when Colon el Bainorn *ra* welcomed as h r of the Congress. : with a packed re** will continue IO-nlghJ with Council for all 'of Wilmington. Delaware, and will "" '!"T tart v '" „„i, ror or— %  •, %  -I'ort hulidiy th.'i with Wi nnd Mr*. Erneel *-*rrabank. — Hlghwnid*". RockFiflt To Lan(J Aoeensen ii the mother *TMIE Ortl hatch of pas: Tijet*. %  ririni bj the I They toH Cnrlli ye-terda Empress of Sesdlaod ii : K led Mrs. art al UM re for a cotip!" Of -l •*. H*'8age Warchou-. i %  *-*". smoavh rn n"i Mr. Campbell Grei tlmm f*" I null i)ir .," leiand of whii heard *o much lor %  C J lo-da^ inmi Canadu on WfUn-.riny by T.CA Air VI. t |i I* a public gather' K "ing at llrtliel Mtthodis* Church to%  hieh Mr ted Barbados IIIH.UI ,; || Adams. C M C. %  ill pre> guests at side. At Uil* meeting Colonel Sanaotn will nresef movinp i featuring Salvaliim Army work in pgrta of the world, with -.. aea ..i ggnaral Inter* %  There will he Hire* n s iniay, n am., a pjn with the uth. .md pm i | II, i Banaom will also have an *rltb His BxreUency In* .mil during his four wp\ Iftak* %  thorough %  the local Salvation Ai i or* M R. CMOIt PAJUfl a| ih.' U.S.A is spending a month in Barbados. Mr. Pans i* a barbadian. Thi s is Jus Hist visit home I I 40 years. He has been attached •' the New York Pest OfBe* foi ih r*J*in he ha been Sujiervisor. U;. i I ed at the NY. Po-l Office. M-. part* will return to the U.SA. nl February 17 via Puerto Ktio. He told Carlb that he .. joyed to ace the amount ot progress In Barbados. About the USA's | number of Weal India arriving In the U.S.A. yearly n lOw, Mr. Paris said: I feel thai our organisation in New York and throughout the country will flg'il the mutter as being discriminatory. Certainly, II theie i p limitation on other i-mnuie th. i: there should be none on the West Indl**. It will mean unfa id bad Ishlps upon our people here". %  opening of the St John's Bit*" w.'it.ii.League and be rhri-,1 Churrh Baby Welfar* %  rrday. Caribbean Tour M H H RODGERSON director >dr o. r joicp T. ft EVANS & WHITFIELDS nial 4220 fOUR SHOE STORES STUART & SAMPSON | (1938) LTD. avtever* 'New iiter teey ear* %  ilf and Slop cstrhirit Hie tot B l not* oi UM and welt tell ou %  nal a circoI* Willy premised, and BJHD little so he WBBjIa W l •* all thl*as nning hy "Tell fne." he urged. t all." began Hanld. "a Ireea I* in a big tent an that lot* f people can see it all nt the same M are a*ati all Brntind for < %  people to "it on. and in the etn rr there's a hifr space fnr all ihe itrse* and elephants and iM—• "Whslare clowns? 1 Willy * ( And lie did' Knarl and llanm tn. uuhlatei thai \\\\\y his loadatonl. had a* wot ritCB* all around liim ** fh I io se it in the bit (Mil k* Ton.w Captain Horatio HornMouvr SUNDOWN IN SANtA Ft svtmn Of WITCAITA • %  m..i i -.( II : \TT* rEATl .(BSi mil m -is. I ra 'iiP-EV Tli* Bowei MILSill* lUtMHA P I. A Z A PI 4ZA Ill-UN IM.I i44 1 H. JAMES Ull !.iMI)KO i*ri "MARY LOUIAHToN "LOST TRIM till.Mil -11 EH1P1RE >A1 UN A 830 AND CONTINUING DAILY — . A s.38 TtKO PICTURES PHESENTS FAK1.EY GRANGER — SHELLY WINTERS — In — III II t> I lOIIIIM I I Wilh WILLIAM DEMAHEST — FIIANCIS L. SUUJVAN EXTRA Al /STRAI.IAN SfKF MASTEES ROYAL %  id Kn rt "Aci B.B.C. Radio Programme nBMf, nisi ABV a. laai. New Rernida. 1100 momn Hie New t III* pm New. Analv.u *—LIB %  %  H IIS* K *"i p m The New*. 41" %  ll pjn rrasi U pn Mu.H Ma|m 10 pin PUno PUyUsn*, J 11 pn .ilener. 1 ChoKr. • BO p m JJBI Je. 701) pm. Th.News, I 10 pn Ira An., i : % %  rn %  • ... i M it 7*> p m (1( I..Nrur r i.lV %H.lr. *U pm Cmnwiwr ol Ule *f**l >0B pn. > Ui pn liiim p.sa Tne New.. 10 1 > % %  :• %  IJlHi.ri^l. i|& pm Tlv Orawte Cawlwmaa, 10*9 p.sa, t R 1 *A lAirgv Family WILMINGTON. %  with the l_inv•rnmeiit'l Anti-Trust suit ncainst ;hr DM I'uiu i rto tot rlal "Empirf" \ttv triumvbale ai I)u Pont brothera heading the concern has been required by the *Joeera %  .ch living pei ttdsWed l>> you as a member off U** l)u I'niit f. ( inil.v." The Du lava now << up wilh a list containing 2.0OO living and deceased and including relatives by marriage." The Du Pont brothers v. apparently arc elan i compiled the list ten years ago. long before the Gvi rtunent bVatitutes] court action to roree the Du Pont Interest to ell rhett v.int holdings in General %  HtOSSUOUIl ' • 1 1 '1 o TT .. .< 1 I.. -il:i> <>nl.v.l..10 & R.15 p.m. Columbia Double Joan CRAWFORD Wendell COREY II tltltll I CR4IG" And -LAS I Ol I HE HUM iMIHN Starring : Paul IIENKIED Silurday d. Sunday: 4.30 A S.I3 United Artist Double George MONTGOMERY in INDIAN SCOUT" •nd -CIIIMI-IOSwlth Kirk DOU01-AS BWBTeai rna Ftenco m urun tnuaitn J) B ll %  Up 1*1 i rp no UM r***r**. ISI C a *e*a* w&*r* proot returns u the A.R.A. \1\ : Lot ruu don't speno i) Maniraaotindini aUaiaMi .^i L Oood to a dNTN 4i i What rou eipeet from We eni of 11 iSI Hi made tin nm i-.ppeta. 1*1 Aiiuls fi>r It. |4> i /urr ( rrom sli grid lerara. (*) Often Bjoea first and BBBSMBS afterwardB. (7) Down OaUJj inlets. (*> : Um'" rrtmdlT bin can IT ITI %  II •* On* OD* * i No rigid way io ps-a table. 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Title: The Barbados advocate
Uniform Title: Barbados advocate (Bridgetown, Barbados : 1983)
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Publisher: Advocate Co.
Place of Publication: Bridgetown Barbados
Bridgetown, Barbados
Publication Date: Friday, February 08, 1952
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QUEEN ELIZABETH RETURNS HOME
Met At Airport By 15
Distingu ished Britons
Vl-T U\S I HAS I EAOI Ollll II
LONDON, K,
QUEEN ELIZABETH returned to Britain on ThunM*-
from her tragically interrupted African holiday and re-
ceived condolcncea and the allegiance of some of her most
distinguished subjects as she left ih- BOAC Airliner in
the cold earlv dusk of a winter day.
Tha mm
w> i , t carrying ih* Quaaa Mid bt
I rth*I;im:iI utii
'" l,,l,"W ucd on Run- .. .
at 16.11)
I
'.
ttfa of her

Of Qu This Morning
the Proclanat* n 'i Hat
Majesty I,
plan 81 11 n'tlock this
morning m Trafalgar ft
.1
uttrnd H q I0.6S
a.m.. and dim-
Proclamation.
Flags on QoaVuanaBjt Lmlilircs
Bowi
throughout the
alter at hall-i| iff un i.
During Hn Inii meeting of the
Mttislntivc Council immediately
after HI d comnu-

His Ibjaity Km* George Sixth.
The Hm, the Colanlal Secretary
told mrmtxTt of the Council that
the Secretary <"f Stat,
Colonies suggested that the Proc-
lamation should Like place in other
Commonwealth COUntrJi
equivalent time or an appropriate
time, but no) aarUar.
Places mil he reserved within
a roped area for members of the
two Houses ot the I,,
and a pnrade of the Barbados
Regiment, the Police and perhaps
Naval personnel.
I a >gi-I.liui.- To Meet
The two Houses of the Legisla-
ture will maai In their rcapacUva
Chamber* and aftar pnywii they
will then bfl
members will main
the places reserved for mem in
i ho roped area
His Excellency rn nrrivnt srUI
be met by the Sergei nt-nl-Anns
and shown to hi* place. Tin- Proc-
lamation will then w read; "God
BBVa Hm Quean* will I*. played
On Page A
W.I. ( nrn/nit/rr
Will Semi Cables
Of Sympathy
'lia Oar i
r-*>i>4r>.l>
LONlXiN i
Message "I rympatns. u QUllii
Eli?abelh. I he Queen Un
Queen .1 : from the
West India Comnutua afu o
special general meeting arranged
for next week. The meeting is
provisionally scheduled fur Thurs-
day, but if the funeral of the late
King George should be arranged
for the same day. the meetUI
will be held over until Friday.
Mr. Mark Moody Stuart, M.C .
a member of the Executive of the
West India Committee, is expect-
ed to preside at the meeting
the absence of the Chi i
J. M. Campbell. Vice Chanm
Mr. H. Alan Walker and Mr.
Buisson and Mr. Cassleton
(Treasurers* who are all abroad
on business.
morning,
Hl'ii. |{...i
" when the
'-'
i I ....'. i
. I ;

h euna la hah .
MT
Waiting for ih* plane
f
.: w
r.nd the Queen's uncle
" I
.
I tha Conunoi
Cronkshank. leader Of Ihe Lorda..
the Marques*; of Salisbury. Mr.:
Clement Attlee l,cadcr of the
Mr. Ckanient Davies,
U.uler ..f the Ijberal Parly. Earl
Mountbatten. l-ord Woolton and
the Duchess of Gloucester.
All the men wore black and
wore or carried silk hats or ImiwI-
eis except Churchill who wore
his familiar stovepipe hat.
The Duchess of Gloucester wore
a silver fox fur over a hi... I auH
with a small black hat
Counters Mounlbiitlen n -I
Home Secri'tary. Su David Mux-
ell Fyfe jotnad 'he small group
The Duke Of C.loitjester tHMrd) 1
lad at the
itepa. aii aati cam /r ni the
Queen, dressed rompi- '
black, left the plane.
No Fl#>
The plane flew no flags as ll
landed. II pink
dmwn, a.-, m aama to tha d.....
uf |ha plane the QUOSC
i .11,1111.m I
brooch was fastened lo tha lapel
uf her black coal. She : mm d
rn'iiy. then came down-
hands arlta waiting notabla [I
of silene. .
Men .it BfOrk On tha .11 r port stop-
ped. From oflfc | tM .--.
^tod at the windows.
F A the Royal Rolls Roj
Qua
rt;ived to the crowd Ui mce Phil1
.1 Queen
tram ihe
Jungle airport ..( Bntebb
ish East Africa. Allhough to-
was ortfj t'' n I
her mother nt Snndrlngham.
Royal duty came above calls "f
emotion and the Queen prepared
to meet Mr
BeInre Privy Council
To-morrow morning she goc.
before the nugu.t Pnvy Counnl
to take the oath ai St I
Palace. AI 11.00 (',.MT, the pro-
clamation announcing ihe roupl
of Elizabeth the Second will be
rand by heralds at the Palace, ..I
Charing Cross. Temple ear. the
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Churchill
Tributes
Late King
The Ri Hon.
-llj friends
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tering
loved by
nil Ids pi
j>i nice, far

which he i,,m..i ii e imple dig-
nltj of i U life Ms manhj virtue-.
if duly, -iiiiv
I Empire
nd loinnniiuties lor which he
bore responsibilit}. '" ''
harm and happy naUin
hnsUimi and i lathe)
n his own familv r-'le. hi
OUnOV U> peace < w.it .i I
Ihese wen- aspects of his charac-
ter which won the glint and ad-
miration, now hare now ibatv,
fi .in the Innunu rabu eve wnon
I -. j.ili UDon the Thruiu-
Naval Hern
naval Batfatiani ui On groat i>at-
iie of Jutland: w timuKht of him,
nl> without UnblUl
want of self-confidence, he a-
umad the heavy burden of th
Crown, and succeeded his biothet
whom he loved and to whom he
had rendered perfect lOJ
thoughl ..| him failhful In hi
. i uaohana <>f stall I
I auronsj in hi- iievotli
i! honoiif al
i m his
judgment of man and
r tha laan ^t part)

judtfna bal
what l<-s nol; nil till
and admired.
t.ii't 00 ihe Tlli.-ne , ,\
well I-- model n
tltutlonj i swcn Ifn thrmighni*.
the win IH today, ni'l also in fu-
ations,
i... i tan
life with -'ii ihe pai |
.Hid ul.\ ii .il tic - In' .mil,i. il
kept nis life nani Inj > thn I
and he, ;iii Ibej
e. cheerful ind undaunted,
slnckcn in body, was u
eH and even unaffected In spirit
l
enduring Impression, and should
|0 all
Hr was sustained, ad onl> h>
his natural buovanry, but by th i
-Inrerllv of hU ChrislUn Failh.
Ii.imii.- ther Itaf monlh. tan
Klna pasted wl'li death. M if
drsth were a (nmpanlon. an
ii.iii.iiii| un i Mhum hr recoi-
nU.ll ind did not i-ir In the
rnd death ramc as a friend allrr
i hipp) da of siin-hin- ,i">
tport. and after > (iuin niihl
ith those who tovrd him lwt.
hr fell asleep as evrry nuu> or
woman h.> -unit- In Hie rear
of fiM. as nnlhim IBM Ul U><
uorld mat Imp* lo do
to bun
I
v itch tha i->t
Wi
saw hln ..i.m,v
H.E. Addresses
Legislature On
King's Death
mi ixcE] i bncv ruv oca i
K C Mii In I iukjI annnuiu'emen* it I
i i ihe i rialath i i r ll f in I
at M n'clock, communicated iha newi ol the a.
II. Mi K G Sixlh to members nl
t tha Lafiwaturt u I


i 'in U glstatun i
i the public **
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i Unifon
ippr; uisali I*

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LINDSAY IIAS8BTT U'fll. A -Ualian OaDblus, .uid J.'hu llodilm I oapUU el U- Wd,t India* taam.
tosfUng aach otbor lu tba Wm Indlaas' dressing iom after ibu I iflli Test snded on 3t' I
King's Doctors Knew
He Would Soon Die
ii> en mPsj \v ranm r
LObUM IN, Ft i l
H' K)R al 'iu i t thai ii- Km. bad i n
....
u.iin live luuiuhf. agu. "
II W HUM).
Ills ,:
reason ih.it would nukd hut Ufa hoppiei OVM in imu i
I I

train which tha Klna; rfasaunV-
ing had jI
.; on thai noth n
a ... in Ufi

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.
i
able 10
make tha tournaj to i
in I'nmcss ElualK-ih
Duke of Edinburgh.
Thai U) Wi i
,' i,i thi col
mfmlni he died.
rorbiddi
"Enipress f If
Beoiland*4
Arrives


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lung. Bui
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I

milling -
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i aaread i.....

I A fully ] ..,.,,. i Duel
was set up on tha ni*i floor I
Buckingham Pal m
...
Neither .lie nor lb. do.l.- ;!, '" ,' u ",'
lu U "lhted for l|l
"" Ml M.
The damased luns < *..!.-
'lite Uuren must known her husband imi M
s short time led
could have
vtould

Mimrniii"
irning and

in all Ine
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a> aa u-sr
however
Ihe i
soon.
The itsUmlMiln* recover >|
Mhich Hie Klm seemrd U> have
insde ..fur hla lung "ini.ui >i
n.i. .....-l-.ilitit u|ii [KkUiTs
knew Hut though hi* khmhu ;
lion was iniitno: up a i '
he in hi* olhei lung wa* helm:
progresslvrlt tieskeneri hy UH
complain I
The King died from heart
failure brought imi In Intern-i
lurinorrhage.
li> tin .

hhbM uM
, a* fat-l.



Th* :


It remaved. but during
mierat..... Mir surgeons .i
"li'l Ihcv li i,l niii-i reared
MmI Hi. Kim', olher luni his
..lrr.|, .11.', irri If the ,1l4io.i
i i.nl,I have Iw^n made a fe
m.... ii. > earlier Uie Klm s life
mluhl have keen saved.
It nas realised Ihal the hi..
\perlaltoii of life esHild Mi|
be Uu pasia at Ike msal ami
miihl be onlt a few n*nUe>
Ih
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growth lo

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going h..'

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A- -eiiii.K who an ui.
he C in- ii Chamber hM qjj
it-Arn tin M n
Hie llousti lx ..i
i-i...... buu
rvd | in ih. ii p|
Eacelli in v read the Ma
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:'.. I. ni nl ihi
l ui Hi II .
ipc ,k. n| Ih I
\ inn) ., Hen
sd i i Chaml "
i -..(-Ann*,
i- lie.i 'i.
Mr. i-.r idem and Honoar
hie Mnnbert. of II.r Le|lsls
Has i .
irll :
Mr Mpraker -nd Mi-nibers
I ih* Haana oi ilaaiaaMj
ll ta m> painful dull t.. m
i.iiiimi- to niu Ih* death of
in. IfaJaati King (ieorc* VI
W lm pissed In blither sen MM
>iiddeiilt snd peacefully >es-
l-rdji moruliiR
ll U i.i,|.i. ml. lor in- In r
press ,idei|ualrl> Hie -..i.-.. ul
I he arlevsns personal low.
ulilcli Is being fell Ihrouih
mil Ihe world and. In p u u, u
In in even horn* in Ihe
Brlllah ((aaaanaawealth of
Vilnius Ills M.ih-sU gave us
4 alnrlous p.iu< mi ..I an mi.
srllish hi' nl servl.i- r.n
olhers. of a single-minded
drvolion lo dull a| muiwr
.nd endurance In sunVrliu:
.ml of determination la tid-
eaasBr. sad watt ills wffd
MM children an e\4mple
I hsHirlife. r..npalli'.U-hie
nut fellowship which gained
the deep respect and lene ol
Ihe people.
Our profound s>mpathi
goes to Ills < ousort who
shared Mia Hie in nrr, iiai
and sr prai thai she dnd all
the K....I l.itiil> mai rsMMfta
wmlori in ilielr dtatress.
Ma> He eest In peace

... .
i i the pTeataaaii
i the Speaker hi

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ive from His Ca-
ul Address regarding
HI* Malolv Ksag
VI
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nol the A.' Irj vhiel) had been
i i |fs
neml "f the
H
enprtaad ot
om each of the
than ..ppoiuted.
Latci In 'in* it.iv to con-
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r Stats lor iranamls-
H. i i
n

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ntlng the
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C, IT Ad -i wu|.
.ii wen tha House
\ ' -ibly.
ljiirrn Vlar\ \fouri*.i$
In BMluarjQa
LONDON i>'
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i uadaa the death oi hot
.. a VI
.. tOU Of M.irlbuniuflh
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ili-nie hi i ling ..till Hew .' full
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ntry w-ere
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TRUMPETER
CIGARETTES
Britain Mourns King's Death
THREE TOURISTB frsnt tta Kssptaw of ScoUaod paosa In (rant of a
road atraat show window jrastsidsy and cooUmpUlc what article-,
laey will parchaaa.
i..
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('( Bntatn 'i
in mourn h possible
at such s: | '.tanv BV
^mbands. hastll"
titchr-i
Saville Row 1..:
stores th.
ported a rush I
w.ld 17.000 placl
Hundreds m
.Mives, jersey, or
'.tack flower.

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PAGE TWO
BARBADOS ADVOCATE
FRIDAY. PEBRI'ARV 8. 1*S
Qcudb CaUinq
AaION<; the 400 UN
in BaitveU*
H'il Imprr,. *> BMl'tni wer*
S.

L Fo* abu < |
:u came
during the. timj
ullU-ial ituwuncrrr." bj Hu t.\
.1 iieflCy me Oow
"I Ifis MiJi> Uw Kiim il.M
Houm of thf Ix*ki latUfi

. ftalkii.> and Mi. t'vs
axprttted deep tegiri -it tin-

expeeted new- east a Ah)
time when Mta
ihi-p "f pn MOBOOlb crisis and
the thrrat off war hovering anmn J
her I'um njsaster.
The rtn.ili pan.

a n shopping centre and pla>-
of .nterest including the LegiM.-
ture Halls.
Friend*
COMMANDER and Mi- M...-
eotm King] en
...n: W 'hi'.i'.,- .i U r'i.i.
meet Mrs. Burrowes and Mrs
Free who were among f | p*kl
tensers on the C.P.R Kmprrw <>'
Scotland.
Mrs. Burrowes arid Mrs. Fret-
who are friends of M
Ev.ms, formerly OVM
field House, were soon off '
renew old acquaint.
keep a luncheon date with Core
and Mr-- K,m
Contrast
IN eentraet with the *pioah
gaily coloured shli
dresses worn by tin m*l i-
Ing at the Baggage v.
from the Imarr- of Sc.ll.nl
yesterday morning, wi-rc the -Nil*
windows on Broad Street, the
miiority of
Willy Hears .* bout the Circus
Docin't See Why Clowns Arm t Like Puppies
T.C.A. Arrival*
MiAjtK watbbuhy i
ii
'

bade*
r h*Hdj
passengers arriving by
the same plan* were Mi
laa, Mia- Mabel Olttait*,
kits* Barber* Greenidejr Mr*
MrCoah. Mr.
Miss Sarah Ntd
Eleanor Nichols. Mr II... U
Robinson. Mrs Janet Bull
Mn John Wall. Mia*
Ull and Mrs. Ml
Brother And Si*tcr
uobtHr Liverpool:
M
the
M'l
Inspection Tour
COL WILLIAM r BANS Oil. 'fcfU Territorial Commar.dcr of the
HslTsttoii Army. Oaatl I W.I ibako* bands with Ma}.
V 0. Underbill, local Divi.ion.il Commander. Salvation Army, -bortly
after Col Hanson, arrived iron St Vincent ymUrtUy by BU
Airway*.
He I* m -out through bU ar*a and during hu stay
here he will conduct the Annual Divisional Coograss which opened
last night
Short Vi.il
ruiur DASH arrived by
T.CA ';........ CrOn H ,. a fpOL WILLIAM I- SANSO.M
n Wednesday accompani.il by his *-* Territorial Commander of
me rewi sou atlcaeeJ and Army, central
Mr. Hash is on a rtiort America and W I arrived from
nl ye*nl-y morning by
Ml ..nd Mrs DafU .."'I B'G WIH He leave* on Mon-
I er Mrs M. P. M , ,">"te to
| Mr ,, rUBtOQ whan he has hi* head-
'Oftlce. Bank of Montreal. "' '. s' "
U \ C. Underbill. Division-
Salvation Army,


on Wednesday. Mrs. Liven-"" l*>
sides In New York and has been
on a visit io her relative* In Brit-
ish Guiana whom she has not seen
art. She is now
spending the remainder -of her
holiday with her brother M
King of the Barbados
vocate. She will rejoin the
Nelson on her sailing to
IH MAX IIIMI
KNARP ami llantd tr>e had"-
- th Hm tarn** heal

m sraa m u *r>
I
I
Ihs* "rfhl I h '.r ii.
Ilosn 1*111] had *>*. hpsfioi a
t il sny-
I n< nart etri hrard ot **
I Sit' ** naid rinr>
* In rind Owl "'lat H "a- evartlv
A mi .1 RaaM "It m >>*
i' al the r'i lirmimn "
Knsptaai* '< irr* w*et lie* t*
. teal Willy rhev stay In a lent
i4.-r t von, evei been l th
'Well maybe I nave and tfc**
iKin m-vbe I hivrnl ll I hae.*
M added *l muat ha* foteolien
- nk* ('flcrid
V^L
. ^..l
IMm.^
On Holiday
r Ml
sV
IM**n i I
"Willy 1 V..u don't hnnw
r\v at all ahoul etn
l lur- 'uii and lump i.>d irltaa.' BtUBaarf.
tiala > tr..-,. ... BM not the klM
thai n.a.e yj l*ug* I h- afc. wti
ilvrlui nil id in .s like
>- phseeletkeotM
' i*ja the air '
"I the like "ouirifla? sau
iid H\
"ei rfi-tre
!
black nnd
respect due lo the Heath
Majesty the Kin*
Senator Leaving Today
SENATOR NOHMAN UAMBIRT,
member of the tTpprr House
1 Canada'* Federal Parliament,
Stew......mnipdiiud iy his i(<>
anddauKhb- I-
, to c t T.CA after
rn were, draped ir .rllMni)- just about a i
k of holldai
if HI |
Firat Visit
B*frl.......
Is In
past eighteen

M"L
|RS. MINNIF. A*:itKNSEN -f
and her 11*1*9. Mi
lierthn Green of WilmlngUm.
Delaware, ure now In Barbados
To- h hllidny They arrived
aarller hi the week from th"
r \ vfaj Pvarto Rleo hv
U.W.I.A., rtcromp.inled by their partment
B nd Mr* Ruth Reeenaon al*o 7""*?
Were? Here La*l Year
A.n w t ,,,,.,,,,| ..__ IU-lllglll Wllll
1R VI | MARSHAL id Mr*. S;iWll,lon A Soldiers, and the
***" T Colonel will also meet all Officers
"'I S,.i urn I Of afl ii. j gggjasj
U ur through hi* area. He has al-
itivi I'.iramaribo Trlnl-
dad. British Guiana and St Vin-
cent. Difinu his stay here he
nl thr Annual Divisional
Congress which opened last night
with a Public Meetinji when
Colonel Bainorn *ra* welcomed as
h r of the Congress.
: with a packed
re** will continue
IO-nlghJ with Council for all
'-

of Wilmington. Delaware, and will "" '!"T ,tart ,v'"
i, ror or , -I'ort hulidiy th-
.'i with Wi nnd Mr*. Erneel *-*rrabank.
Hlghwnid*". Rock- Fiflt To Lan(J
Aoeensen ii the mother *TMIE Ortl hatch of pas:
Tijet*. ririni bj the I
They toH Cnrlli ye-terda Empress of Sesdlaod
ii : K...... led Mrs.
art al Um
re for a cotip!" Of -l *. H*'8age Warchou-.
i *-*". smoavh rn n"i Mr. Campbell Grei
tlmm f*" I null
i)ir .," leiand of whii
heard *o much lor
C j lo-da^
inmi Canadu on WfUn-.riny by
T.CA Air VI. t|i I* a public gather-
'K"- ing at llrtliel Mtthodis* Church to-
hieh Mr
ted Barbados iiIh.ui ,; || Adams. C M C. '
ill pre-
> guests at side. At Uil* meeting Colonel San-
aotn will nresef movinp i
featuring Salvaliim Army work in
pgrta of the world, with
-.. aea ..i ggnaral Inter* *
There will he Hire* n
s iniay, n am., a pjn with the
uth. .md pm
i | ii, i Banaom will also have an
*rltb His BxreUency In*
.mil during his four
. wp\ Iftak* thorough

the local Salvation
Ai i
or*
MR. CMOIt PAJUfl a| ih.'
U.S.A is spending a month in
Barbados. Mr. Pans i* a barba-
dian. This is Jus Hist visit home I I
40 years. He has been attached '
the New York Pest OfBe* foi ih
r*J*in he ha been Sujiervisor.
U;. i I
ed at the NY. Po-l Office. M-.
part* will return to the U.SA. nl
February 17 via Puerto Ktio.
He told Carlb that he ..
joyed to ace the amount ot pro-
gress In Barbados.
About the USA's |
number of Weal India
arriving In the U.S.A. yearly n
lOw, Mr. Paris said: I feel thai
our organisation in New York and
throughout the country will flg'il
the mutter as being discrimina-
tory. Certainly, II theie i p .
limitation on other i-mnuie th. i:
there should be none on the West
Indl**. It will mean unfa id bad I-
shlps upon our people here".

opening of the St John's Bit*"
w.'it.ii.- League and be
rhri-,1 Churrh Baby Welfar*
rrday.
Caribbean Tour
MH H RODGERSON director
Limited, of Manchester, arrive*
Brit
n business trip to Barbados. Mr.
Rodgrrson i* on fjaribbgwfi torn
h ilf of the above
tirm who *** Dumufacturer* od
the famous "Andar" fabric* He
plans to be in Barbados for about
ii d will have a complete
r.inge of dress goods suiting*. If
can bo contacted IhrouKh the
nfllces of Messrs. C L. Put A
I room 203. K. R Hunto'i
Building. Lew*
hi TKOI'KAI. SIITIM.s ..I. Urn, Paws, D Ji'21
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Ml s SHOES <.l DM I'lll T Black & Tn 9 $11.59. $11.69.
$11.90. $12,119 Pr.
MF V S SOCKS Cotton & Ilayim (a ...........4c.. 51c. 6c., 68c.. 89c.
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STUART & SAMPSON |
(1938) LTD.
avtever* 'New iiter teey ear*
ilf and Slop cstrhirit Hie tot B
l not* oi UM and welt tell ou
nal a circo- I*
Willy premised, and bJhD
little so he WBBjIaWl * all th-
l*as nning hy
"Tell fne." he urged.
. t all." began Hanld. "a
Ireea I* in a big tent an that lot*
f people can see it all nt the same
M are a*ati all Brntind for
<' people to "it on. and in the etn
rr there's a hifr space fnr all ihe
itrse* and elephants and
iM
"Whslare clowns?1 Willy * 'Tlu-y have funny faces." bbi .art. "They run and they tump and
bej fall and they do tricks. They
n.ike everybody lauxh."
"Oh." said Wiliy. "like puppies T*
"PuDpies." said llamd. "are Bwp
i'u. and clowna are clowns "
'They sounded the same' aald
hy -And what else in th*
"N<
Bli
Alt Hisrd t p
"And then. said llamd 1
H
gel iii a*t*a*]
then- are the tmhl nip* walker*
They dash gevea* a thin titti*- re*4
high up -r ih* an
"Like -i ifl.-rs?' sad Willy
It waa lust uu use Irving io teh
A i bat a circus *Na*
it *i mi it ll was baeall the buga and
in n 'b and buds an I aew Me thought the circus * IHr*
. I IV- |l f
wit. '' ladpoli and nie^illari #* fcepi
,-ns glna ih.m- lw irl.
"And I in like a Nggter.' Wlltj
iir.ali Mai "Ju*l vj!' me ratif1
il.e end of m> (
And lie did' Knarl and llanm
tn. uuh- latei thai \\\\\y
his loadatonl. had a* wot
ritCB* all around liim ** fh
I io se it in the bit (Mil k*
Ton.w
Captain Horatio HornMouvr
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t'RIDAV. FEBRIARY 8. \tit
BARBADOS ADVOCATE
PAGE rilRKF.
Elizabeth Became Queen While Watching Rhino
A little mustard
B> lUKMKll MKKSTLLU
NVERI. Kenya. Feb.
The niihi rrtneeas F.llsabeth
Itft jmc Queen uithul know
IAS II. she was ared In
brow n slack* *nd a huvh |fc't
and never went to bed wr took
her clothe* ofT *he spent 'he
whole nuhl on In* Ubula
Trertops Hotel hi the tUnl ft*
tree overlaofclni Aberdare
'rest ime reserve
- alone the track the
party heard an elephant Trumpet
' N yards away. There
The elephant )uM stated ut the
'unit making a
tin it"i !" m
slipped nl
lowed by the 11
rent of the party.
The bidder VnM Then drawn up.
; of elephant* stayed
round the watcrhole for some
fresh and happy she minute* w*ule the Princess look
Sagarvu .-odae At ,ov.e shoU.
56 Gun World's Royalty Get.....::
Salute Read> For F"neral
Soawell

2.45 p.m. the Duke was told of the
King's death. And he broke the
ntwi to his wife. She wept like
a twenty-five year old girl
has lost her lathe. Al
arrived in a beige dress and
white turned up hat at Nanyuki.
She was going home. At Nan-
yuki on the equator an hour's car
iun from the 1-odgv. the two offi-
cial carsthe first with the Queen
and Duke, the second with per-
sonal stan"went through the
line* of African* murmuring:
"Bhauii rnblye kabishf" v hu-h
means: '"the very worst adali
The Queen with her beige dress
and while hat wore a white bell
and shoes The Duke wore a light JW
suit with black lie The Duke's "'
equerry Lieut. Commander
|fjes*Ml Parker, and t1
secretary Martin Charterls were
in light suits and ordinary'
While Lady-i ii-waiting Pamela
Mountbatten was In a Itor.l frock. * mlnUtCS
Doctors knew He
H until Soon Die
The Royal Party was greeted by
Ihe commanding officer in East
Africa Lieut. General Sir Alex-
ander Cameron. And despite the
(ailing darkness the Queen in-
sisted on shaking hands with
other officials as well as wtth the
crew of the plane which was to
take Ihem lo Entebbe Uganda.
The Queen then walked up the
gangway, turned
those below and disa
the East African Alrwaj
Little Sleep
I saw the Queen uV
she drove back to Saga
10\IM>N Feb 7.
A M-gun HtuU
>tar ol the King', life rolled out
at noon to-day In this sombre cap-
ital, awaiting the return of the
and new ovetln lOzalH-Wi II
The salute from Hyde Park and
e hood
from ships of th !.
foreign Wat
naval Harrison.- throughout llrtt.nn
and in tfc -
Irish capitals, v
Heliasl.
The young Queen who
don as ihc Gghthcartcd P
week ago on
due back at the airport at

Heavy UH im lane holy i
1 mediately aar* m u,c ft,,x> Uul **** "^
give hei i .: i *ceo on his
King's hr fter his lust serious op ral
Um (UaeraJ
in in
Ii will probaMv take place 01
. Fnda> Ft 0 13 autta i
sources said here lo-day, The Mul-
ish Cab.net had been co.
Friday or SatimUo. next week, for
wu now
Friday, the source said
1 it wunid >* lad |a Um
new Queen Elizabeth '
Anally.
Coronary Thrombo*.*
teaVrtrrpSraSasS war
I r.mi Our Own I or respondent
Sad Farewell
Although camp beds had
nude up for the Prince
f i, ,1!? the Duke they were too thrilled
"* bv the dran 10 go to
'ihl
It .il Mime point when
she sii luokhiK down at the
wner'ne rhino that the I'rin-
cesa beeame Queen of (.ml
Br lain and Ireland, and the
Hntedi Domlnloei beyond Ihe
aaaa.
Batsg, the party
should have left soon after eight
was now Queen,
without knowing it was so
amused by the antics of a partv
who climbed up the
f the treetops and grab*
bed slices of sweet potato placed
on Ihe >ill that
staying on for another hour.
Then th< i rare bald
runi Face 1
.-hino.
Only then the Queen went
home.
freshed herself. Then the news
1,-idge through a break
In a thunderstorm.
liuiiMi. i i. in
i walked up the until April. Uut at i p.m. local ^ avl1N vmutina curtiuw_ii ll,d lhc
and artled at Um. the sttow-coverej pe,k ol IcarnS to-dTv^ThVU"uM.~ "WW*;
sappearedinsi-t. L^&J?^. death was not immediate^ Jo ' den In a dark cloud and u few
in came down as
it does in the tropics only.
A call came through from the
Lodge after *er night in The putspan Hot*! I
Trcetops Hotel. Although she Lieut, tommandei
had ohlv i fa*. k^,up \hc fubon'
sleep IviiiR on the 'MrvMion ; ;''*r of tha locol pa
Ctform of Ihe Hotel she looked African Standard told him the
t any jolly girl who had enjoy- -*, -(_ pk.-
ed a great adventure "kv',iM^-J^"'^JTA-
The Duke had not shaved-to '"' t*^ Prlneesss 'r*
fnTou^Vga^mfca1^
^"J^F$jF5& -doatnoTten
England had only had a quick ,
morning wash for the same
iea: mi
She had gone ti
!Sl,rUw1tTrlthe' *k.;,"Thc7'lrft doar of the^ room a
the ear about half-a-miU ..way "d 'Vun *c *'-"", "* SaMarnbar'i oparaUon on ibe
and went along the track among "died Philip out. He l d hnn Kin([.s,1(^ lunE_hl u.nil|l
high irees and thick undergrowth. "* .nc*-v f"* l?a ,3 ^8S cul **the heart would
Ahead of her went a white [' landk. For two >nd>.!he^ have the tendeiicy to be pulled to
hunter w.kh his finger on the looked at ..eh othej 'y'< the side of the lung That might
trigger and behind her was the ^^/r^ hJ wife hat her "VC ,,ul " exlra ,"'n " e
Duke who was also ready.to Are ftffff J?jHL\WJS1..iiST-. ." *rt A "dden attack of eoronar.
both le^>
right naora
adlautly nuute >" ,h" Kin*' CUT
when the M-vear-old "solved the
itig dieil papcetuUi enously that the left.
Iv ve-terday. There Is no known cure for
Coronar\ ihromh*. i disease Bui II can be
1 P.,;" lh'ckenlng
1 -r* IMIf* fna
.,11.
nflrined
In ihc end alter a call to Huck- .h h .
Ihc fmt -* P-1'"- "' "** "" '" &
arly ailer- broken^ Parker lapi-,l ur. the
the arti illevlatcd lor many years, some-
A re- rea*on ,or *h,', by t"'"*s indefinitely, by an operatl
Km cries become so narrow that the lumbar sympath..
blood slows daam in Its flow and Professor James Leannuut!-.
slots or 'thromboses.'1 which can now Sir Jnmw performed the
h2.H ? tUPPh of blood lo the operation OB Um King at Bucl--
Jeath became known at Sandrlng-
ham when he du.i
A medical expert said that |l
was rfiow obvious that
was suffering from
arteries supplying thi
I as wall as an impodi-
to the blood flow in his right U L
which led to an oi
l.ONIKIN Fab, 7
MEMBERS ol Royal Bouaea throughout tthl world
will come to England for the Kind's funeral. Most of the
Kutoptan luleis knew Ihc King well.
Queen Juliana u( the Ncihet-l,iiul> and tun husband.
i'i Incc Barnhu r Man \intad Iba hUu ami Queen at Buck-
ingham Palace So did Queen Juliana's mother, th. | M
Queen Wilhelmina, now styled Princess.
----------------------------------------------- All were here In exile during
.
Juliana and Prince Beinhar.l
l
I

Rlaga of Danmark
. n| OuaUl Adolf
nera since
i, eth* f i

Marquess of Millnid Nafta Vh |
Men* married 29 years ago.
II i.ikon \\a\ I'l-i'I
i Queei^
I u rk who
i lanni d to > am
i uja and th.
tigours oil Kn..
HI in August.
In the autumn ol ikmi ha wool
I in ral ol
I olil friend, Kitik I
B
King Haakon held Kii
I
v it t.. |-ngl md ..I hm I I
hi* nyl
Ni.rge.
Knit rarouh " Egypt will send
hi* cousin. Prince Abdal Moiieu-
Bucrifcr's Uixeasc
ihi- opogaUon luiKiwod i.te
discovery lhal tba King had Burr-
the bore o| the arteries supply-
ing the legs fj i
so that the feet and log imi'cles
are starved .! baOOd.
This cauaafl intense p]
call muscles afti

the condition hi not ri
tissues die from Ink oil oayn
and the affected leg has to l
Aral. Koxall.es
: Arab royalties will
. g] Some are a"
. re King Feisal of Inl
ii involved inakiiik fom-ui.ti la-yaar-old at Harrow Hchoc-
cut in the right side and severing $,, crown Prince Hussein of
the nerve chain. This lobbed the .,, .
Is 16
ilx'i- .-f Ihe Hoy:
i rhe) therefore ro- Houae of Irak llHM u !
,, that ihe btoodcotdd few prince Said Hui
Saudi Ar.iln i. King Ibti
l
ilgn Hia
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irisom.
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Hanlaoan OakfWId >
Smiuu. .. M-ic-lii. T*la. i
Araenlir>- "*".
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mm r\ ..... mi-
W.rren Bwnvlt. si-vh*. ginwr bm-
i.t r van at- nr aw'l *.
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JAMAK V
i. T"dd. >naui TnS.1 CSdi -
M-lllir.i a... K-nitii Jnm II.v., i
irtMr Hot*. AnOwn. ll*ilr Ani-n -
Mojra l>ifwUl
I.. \Sllt.l
Oeorn rn. HMn we. Iitnu'd
awn,*-* k- Rum-ii
ir s Jo- . l-W. Ale^
Roamvt. I t ZrkM. Manvar KarwK
K in Koran. BouUwtn Cawalia*.
line'*l rVaUfiPlun > Homno.
Crwum. AlecM CavaMar. AUoa
I'liitunt. WlllrmtUHl. SSoSaa.
Om i
ajaq Mai
r*t kMvuii
William swianin NHs Haaal
VUirfuii* I- U M.in.v
on sihm'iiu
r AMU.I
Bale* talahlll. Chaik- bwiO. EMwuN
RrM saro Bavo
Cliaord nil Ion. Carol Dillne. Canrad
III ant. Albert Cmuu-H LuU CWMMU.
Vk w. U'p nv,Vl ** Th"' 'obbeU the J, ,
museh" of wh,rn '"^>"V kept Ihem partly
1949,' through DaaiW freeh
IkM-tori :ilo itre*erlhed Ireal- y,
ui'ni to eaUbllah alternative s ,,,
rhannHs for llieeiilood flow. I > ) r
tarrv them oat eonaclenUeuslv ,
if a rhino or elephant ,hould sud- '"'her had died peacefully In his thrombOBi danly charge down the track. "wl* .. arteries supplying the heart
Every few yards, trees had ?aal rare well muscles or a big branch of one of
rough ladders built up them for Although she had slept only n the arteries could cause death
visitors to climb if wild animals few horns she at onco made plans within a few seconds
appeared as Uiey had frequently for her return. And then UUro The doctor emph
in the past. began the sad farewell lo Africa, coronary thrombosis
hav.....B -i any tin
the King al for hours al a lime s: ,U> I! if,/ wahba Ihe Saw)
with hi* len In an eleelrtrally Alabian ambassador in 1-.,
heated bath. \laiting Ibo Baud BOW. He
The resull was highly gueeaaa> '" bac* on February 1j Hi
ful. The King uj- able to walk tin- Sheikh llalw will ilv bach i>
Jn comfort egain for shoit .*. i R tuner I
tances. Hut ba lvnuj | knew the Am.thci gbaaat
laod that
QUEEN ELIZABETH
RETURNS HOME
probably
back and that when it did then
.....ilil " ll"lc' further thai >
i van wtth- dooa lo hiiu hbn.
out the lung OsM i He was always faced with the
.) progpacl Of leing ehroi,..
Invalid hv the time he m, yufjaj ad with a aarlom rlth of owai
dly losing one or boQl
sign
9 Fram Page I
heth"The King is da
live Ihe c.'
Tlic Royal couple w:>'. I
he crowd then entered the gale
he throng removed the
r.umlwi of women
-th.
rravad
The ('atafalque
Wmkineii. meanwhile

llament's Weabnfngtai Hall
that thr King wrlUUa In
father, uaorn v i.lV u, stale for
The Mini-try of Works
h:n ordered that the catafalque
i
but no definite date has been an-
nounced for lying in state.
At St. Jameg Palaca, where pro-
clamation of tl
Queen Elizabeth II
td to ranam la bemoan for ti
i
tifln nmbassador. Ame I I
was reealled to Egypt In Dooog
i
foii'ign affairs
Royal Exchange, In the City of
London and in the cities ani
hamlets around the world
wherever the Union J-ck flic.. h tabul t(im>wainorhl
Only then will the gracious utnllB. n, ^
young woman be Ifee to go to _
the embrace of her mother al **
Sandnngham.
The body of the late King l ii borough House,
lay in the house where he died fn sir IT told of the old lady., deter-
his sleep on Wednesday morning., mination to carry on. Me.nbei heralds will
Medical authorities disclosed or the staff said they would never ''*n*- *"' he .overcd
lo.dav he died of eacanarr tkraaa- lorgel the momen: when My with red.ri rpeling
ZSF.nSlmnmm of tba ooar. SSd her so,, w dead-even j,^"*?!?"*'?^hu;rah:
.ion performs. Septeml.- 13 Mr **.* SSllSVS Wi^offlciau'cf 'ffcSrton S
the removal of a lung. !lm";,?2..h.! "I*!?.1 l,5.n.t11y ceremonies connected with
PREPARATIONS FOR
ROYAL FUNERAL
Indont'siaiiH Heard
Ol Kb|g*4 Uialli
Before Drttidi
PYtmi Our Own CortrtQVrr&m 11
LONDON. FM> 7, ."'
Pr.-prllon5 for Ihr Roynl (un- The lii m ol Inv Kali's
SJfSJ"?! ' havr i.lunpd all Cram anil h ni tiivn 10 lhi< uorld b)
k-mortow bulldm v,r, """""' *p.runrnu mm BBi
i Court
time. yui''n Ma
Ttie reguiai li
Tfim uiM, m.i!n,. ments. Most harassed Is Ihe Ad- ,,.. on ir,. u f...... Hi3u ...m
nlnircirm from a-Wh iiM? ,nlr*"-' w,,l(''1 han to find u mini- .- M& maile
Tke the Jmr?.ran- PYP UJ 2' riUnRB u" >*
"- half ii* many officers to take part w;i, du,. w ml ,, ; ,
In the procession and carry out ti.....------------------,.. .... .,
Iraduii ...ii dutlai 'i baaa la fuda
large number of men for the escort
which arrompanies the gunenrri-
ggje I.iring the coffin.
The Home Fleet, at present In
Oibraltur. will be asked to rush
home a larj.t' number of men An
admiralty spokesman said this
Ulit.illi until Hi :
> in per-
| i al DM
The Queen appeared composed, t"1"1- ,V'ut*nB ^'aiy '"\v",a.nZ king's death Ha was al*
She shcU hand, graVi I * >'lcPhonp ""X K
Kt~'-~ s=: assssm =#s~sh
A member of the household State Affairs In the next few K
took the call. "The King i- dead." weeks
lo and handed the note to When the ttueen arrives to-
Uie Queen |00M rap" '' u ' r:'' her permlsMion
the Queen utters .1 will be soughi for lying-in-state
"Oh1" arrangements and f>r the King*
...i,.,, _, ,K_ ,______^_.. funeral which will probably take
ene made not ="'! h ~i" '
IN*|H- -i.mI-. i : i I.I i
Qf Coiuloli'lK<'
iund her. The Queen said a few
words about her trip to Sir BDh
Thomas, head of HOAC and tho
Airport commandant.
The crew of the plane hn1
lined up and the Queen spoke >>
the Captain and to the '
Dorothy Marjeram. The Queen
wore a black two-piece suit and
o black hat. She showed no out-
ward sign of the stress
brief formalities In which
Churchill and others addressed
her as "Your Majesty" Prince
Philip wore a blue suit. At 18.3*
G.M.T. the Queen and the Duke
got Into the Royal car and drove
away to London. There ware
about 200 people ut the gates as
Ihe motor cars swept through.
Quean Elizabeth and Prince
Philip arrived al Cl.rence Hou -c
.':"'."'
sound. She tor...
immediately to her .ipartnv-iit *.
r.p.
nny ,... t
Diplomat Of Brazil
l .ilk- Wtth Eden
ig the Hoval funeral peri'*! !,oth i ?";. ,J
Houses of Pnrliament will meet onl**" **
Monday when the Prime Mini
and other statesmen will deliver
addresses of condolence to Queen
Eh/abeth and the Royal Family.
The present intention Is that
ant will then adjourn un-
til Feb 19 UP-
VATICAN n .
The Pope todait peat tin- loUow
ins- telegi.n of i
QBOOa Mother Eli/.il.eth W
nmtm '.- i
. nd to members of the Royal
list of many high Fm"y 0I, '/.......",'"" "ft
" -ill also take ur profound aymputhy on the
eath o( H .'.!. Kii
\1 In a hall in-
ii h-ie.ivement
for divine comfort and
trength m Tull in..-ui' "I'.F.
flown home from the Far East and
the Hediler-
Fleet. many of which are
in the vicinity of Suez All FsOOti
must be represented at the funer.il
The Navy Is already at work
lompiling
ranking officers
part As the senior service, it
oblcm is even more acute than
larger num-
eouotry
How I got rid of Brian's cough!
LONDON, Feu
l)r Pinaenter llmndao, Secretory g-*r ? _
silent crowd of 3.000 stood
deep along the Mall as the limou-
sine roiled to ihe mtrance and -.1
almost the same moment the
Royal Standard was broken out m
the top of the flag mast. There
could be no half staff for Eh/ i-
'lii> with Foreign Secretary An-
Kden.
Dr. Brandno, now visiting Brit-
..ii. k ihe guest of the Govern-
ment called Ij'it on the perma-
nent head of the Foreign Office,
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HAKIIAItO* ADVOCATE
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Friday. Frbniary 8. 1K2
The AnK-rirail .\uvrl Throut|h Kill* Wars:
JOHN STEINBECK
THE \EW JAPAN
ITIVEMPLOVMEIVT
ARTICLE 2 of the Havana Charter (1948)
asks members to recognise "that the avoid-
ance of unemployment or under-employ-
ment through the achievement and main-
tenance in each country of useful
employment opportunities for those able
and Willing to work, and of a large and
steadily growing volume of production and
effective demand for Roods and services is
not of domestic concern alone but is also a
necessary condition for . the expansion
of international trade and thus for the well-
being of all other countries." Article 3
stall s "each member should take action
designed to achieve and maintain full and
productive employment and large and
.steadily crowing demand within its own
territories."
The Havana Charter failed to win
acceptance by the countries of the world
and il failed because every nation was more
concerned with safeguarding its own trad-
ing position than with running risks in the
interests of all The ideals behind the
Havana Charter, however, are recognised to
be the ideals at which the world must con-
stantly aim if ever it is to achieve freedom
Irom war.
And Articles 2 and 3 of the Charter con-
tain the basic principles to be followed by
all peace loving nations.
In Barbados it would be impossible to
find any sane person who would not agree
that action designed to achieve and main-
tain full and productive employment ought
to be the objective of the Barbados Govern-
ment. Yet the policy of the party in power
teems to be at variance with Article 3.
"The labour Party" (according to the
pamphlet 'Labour Marches On" which Mr.
Adams has called the "clear as daylight"
policy of the Government) "is aware that
at present there is very limited opportun-
ity for expanding employment at home
.... realising the degrading effect of unem-
ployment on the lite of the people, the
Party will adopt nil possible measures to
provide employment and will continue to
seek more opportunities for work in the
USA and elsewhere "
While everybody would readily agree
that Barbadians should lose no opportun-
ity to emigrate at all times not everyone
would agree with the statement that at
present "there is very limited opportunity
for expanding employment at home."
Accurate unemployment figures do not
exist in Barbadoa, but interesting light on
the subject of unemployment is shed by the
register of unemployed kept by the Labour
Department. At the end of the quarter
ended December 1951 registered unem-
ployed were 2.346 as against 3.430 in the
previous quarter.
These figures are significant for three
reasons. First they are a considerable drop
from the inflated number ot so-called un-
employed of more than 10,000 who regis-
tered in midsummer 1951 in hopes of join-
ing the government's subsidised labour
force the United States. Secondly, they
do not reflect any increase caused by the
return of more than 1.000 labourers from
the United SUtM after September 1951.
Thirdly, the number of registered unem-
ployed at the end of December ought to be
lessened considerably during the early
months of the present bumper sugar cane
season. Fourthly the number of registered
unemployed at the end of December 1951
compares favourably with the number 01
4,964 who were known to be unemployed
at the date of the 1946 census.
The employment position in Barbados
while it must always be precarious for a
certain number of unemployments does not
appear to be as grim as it is painted by some
people who use sentiment rather than stat-
istical knowledge when they make their
dogmatic assertions.
The Labour Party in its pamphlet
"Labour Marches Cm" agreed in principle
to the construction of an East Coast Road,
but it rather strangely called this a "capital
work" and seems unaware of the consider-
able influence its construction would have
on increasing employment opportunities.
Employment well below 100 per cent, is
consistent with the conquest of unemploy-
ment and Barbados probably stands ahead
.: countries in its conquest of unem-
ployment.
It has by no means exhausted all possi-
bilities of increasing employment locally.
It is atlll handicapped by ignorance of the
true picture of unemployment.
John Steinbeck u ge...
fsrded as the ma
action
artist*. During U
tlMS-ttM
iished 10 books, and it wu only
:n the last of these thai
turned to >td and
mtnmf There taevs b> i
leprttliuns iMh i Mm

Hi. phitoacahy MB#k- I
orlanco of tH* gnu*
II.- n-liiMM !>. I)W |
., * -- i
I. and *M
a .iv.mii
trip militant communism which has engulfed
V.T- .I1*Lr.^.n.fl^!?_UI?: China and threatens all Asia. The future 6f
'ore, may be crucial not only to
(he world. A review of the
i sutaw.ted ii not the JAPAN sumc the status of a
iwihni. of hundred* of f*nui>- f . i
Li*- i. fact of pssao i '' equal in the international !
' Ip of the amala-am. "U a xht ratification ,,( the Japanese peace treats
j-actor bad? I* the power that ., ,,....
hurruv the long furrows wrong? will mark a new start lor her, testing the
K' ,h'Vj^or JJ ?"" *"",} result of six years' endeavours which have
Cour,irJrtornu\riad' r-rrnt one from , n,.Kh more tn I
lone, and sljlr He slnlWd shsrply d ..,;,", ,'' m. n LSi' """' "'" '"*"' co"'"*'"/ "-
4, mm coalunw drama ','e "" nJ""' * .CT'"C'1 in sort of fawularlr chown and .
f..nl lo knuckab....- ""!: ".' "": " and popularly roraiDilad socialism Japan, therelorc. may be crucial not only to
farce to ehraaive naturaliMn. "> '*":. """ r"'M authors This Idea la rirx lo be diarnlased /,,,. Km .
proving thai he could do ere., I hand a. al.urd or pe.nl- ,.. ,
,.liK a.-ii in a number of flcllonal ""'political bua Iheir work show- ttous. The social character of vvnrld s knowledge of this island nation IS
form*. *V*B nif'U br-t.rtiirrd into show- property, the legitimacy and de- ,n nrd(.r
di-mnmlr..'. Hwi- "** * * PollUc.1 capital which .irabillty of social owneratilp of ', " .... ,
But though hi, books mill: * Thus h> ' .ndupenuble to the com- The treaty limits Japan lo the four main
show contrast In form and pace Pf"*""' Wl",h '< "3" wa, mon load. the Incomparable nd Ulctlon liiey inevitably had -'lacked by conservatives as out-B"*l profoundly humane character
... Uilnp l common f......-"' Conlmiinlal propnda. "lunlary cooperaUon and join! narrow barrier, 1.J00 miles long, off Ihe con-
aampla, binding MMhw the " nothini of u : endeavourire air not baini tment ol Aim. The Japan of to-day is only
."BaffA.'S ; ?-< -'.: -. h. and play., U Ihe California !- !-....,,,,,. l the ,,, STtagg-'g'sii.' JgSl AX but occupies a strategic position. The ter-
unj. and pineal,, ,,. Saima, d In. certain coiiap.. ,,.(,:.,,- '!;\hrK^d ^erln the^n- ram ,s mountamous. reaching 12.1 feet on
^UvT""* "' "* -oack had ** 3fflf4^TlS V,OUnl >* and ,1"> c""",e hot nd
Steinbeck was bom m Salin..: critical awarmaa, ogi., ,. pi.iU^ophv of life: that the humid in summer, mild in winter except in
on the West Coast ol the United "-e bad tenures or the CofnrnuntatB,-ollcrclc om/g, i, In hlmpel*
l^bruan 27, 1902, of Ger- BientaUty nd method* In a.JJnotlUng. wlieaeas the ubitractlon
h cuily American stock. '; imhu.u-* Battle'fJ'hunianitv" R I
his father being treasurer of < 1936, which dealth with an ..boi-f iinhitually and charactorisUcal- hi fBrn,,nt, aPM .,, ahniit nnP.lhirH nf the
Monterey Country and his mother w ithka by miTBni frull pitk-lliv .stembeek iets human conduct blt 'arming area to about one-third 01 tne
After graduating ** 'he i ,. g aabna] conduet aide by side, total, and in practice to considerably less.
...me level, not .Imply, a* 0n|y aboul ,6 p^. cpnt of Japan ^ under
.lie ncrthern areas.
Mountains and wastelands limit the possi-
school. ho went iiUcrmitlonih
allous
California')
but his edt
Stanford University. '' ..,r-Bbut i
alien for his career seeking ends, at iii.iphiclly shown
aa a novelist was chletly |"l- istaiaba k evidently n attmi oom. wratc aorta of riesswe
ired in a series of jobs as ign- .- -,.uiusn
cultural workSS*. Inboratory asslt-
..nt. and manual labourer. He first
appeared in print as it contributor But I w-i, lonsj n!i
l<> (he Salinas high- (second-r.. i for pre
nhool ;>iipcr and. after leaving Cl !> .: opnotlti
Stanford, went f-i1 and worked tefcUfl styb j j pU-Na
..'..Hie. hi.
Indications of the
in the two apparent);
Hie other
Hlv t1i-
Maii >
at course, an animal. Hut hi' I
n .inlir..] with ,i HlfTeiencc.
.1 animal, a moral

lha i
uiTer
. ". "\., tK J. "H v presents man as a creature.
A tr not wafcty U. Nazi mdrl :. caplive. of InstlncU and
#!... l" *nw,n""y and appetites only, blindly deslrtnt
I?2SLt21*22'-. '. '"" ........-mg. not rea-HTdng. )udg-
cultivation. The lack of food-growing land
is offset in part by the neighbouring seas.
vhich produce a high yield of fish, a staple
of the meagre Japanese diet. There are
Steinbeck weak. t.. agree to ome minerals, chieflv coal, copper, and gold,
r^ffJmSglfJSS h the deposits are not large, and Japan's
steel industry must import coking coal. Hy-
troelacttsC power from the swift-flowing
rivers is capable of further development. In
;ew essentials of modern life is Japan self-
ufficient.
The primary problem of Japan is over-
impulses and'population. Stabilized at about 26.000,000
or John Stein, ''ll11 a century ago. the population now is
"hen ManseU will not
for concept;
as a newspaper reporter In New ""cr ul,d a*,'or ",T.concr|>t,- ,,IJ'
Yetknaty d .tvarlous odd lljtl*ed a.a S"^.^^ % VTgSZ
Jobs. It was only after his return novel and produced H i piss ta ," Vf-lri.u n n J^irt
i, Caill rnta, while st.U in hta IB4I, PW IU -w ,.!: i,. -"'"> presents man as a creature,
middle twenties, thai he wrote b
his first book. "Cup of Gold" un
(1929. and hlst0rt4 "f1^* * Ing, cho.*inB but autonuit.eai.>
about Sir Henry Morgan, the En- trying lo whip leaders up to a reapondinK I
Klish pirate His second l>ook. fr./, of indlacrlB .,,.,.
"The Pastures of Heaven" (IBM), frieliibaek jhia Is ten- U*-v
fntruducefl his favourite CaHtomla The ,il)cg..,i..ns t\tsl of Com- berk's work: that, la his concern 81,000.000,
netting. | M foi MansckT and Life, he ha( dh- i ru i_
en m ,m,rt,nt than the that solved both for want of enotl rhe Japanese are an intelligent and
e^m- m bVS. col !' :,.Aiede ut what ihey are. H adaptable people, clever at utilizmg adopted
common sn is tap q^OP. ml justitlcation for such seem- would amrm th. dignity of mar. .K ^.f* v .. fini,
theme Something of thr sort is miy contradictory charge*. Com- lct he deal- thai dignity a sh..t- technical methods. Yet they cling to their
discernible, of course mjhe out- mnUsm and nazism Tiave in'-'tenim blow by denying man the')iwn social forms and are dominated by a
mltment to a kind u*.rsona,lty **lch alone confer ,, ',
JBiffnit>. the attributes of sovereign national family concept which holds the
.nteiu.i and unforced free will family group mid the welfare of the com-
vhich alone make him more than ., .,
he beasta thai perish. He would >">ity more important than the conscience
edttol Life and "daM ri-vejerve \\A- individual. The Japanese culture was
t'P?rom mere VSotoRKL **lvd chielly from China, and the /nost
Hence Still, i.ver and over popular rchuitius faithBuddhismreached
in in Steinbeck's writing.', .. ,
ragr-ph!. to trv tn mid iin" n nay be Bbserved that Poi example at that eentraiim-.tomething beyond what, when he hi nation of animism, ancestor worship, and
<;irmbe-;-k'* Htt-oxcuPTtiion with Uon which would mnke of igricul-?is beuig: daflalUve, he sets a* th- r' ,
tv i^i hvLt^h.i.e-' responsibb ermg of -nan-, being One could veneration of the imperial forebears, stands
oulaMty and Influenc. t aggrandize- wish ihat the novellsh would r.g- second. Chnstianiiv has a considerable
r. ,iLa.!L i.e.. "u.,ii, h..ih rrltie.il "','" "' l"1"' larekaldeta And orously examine thev, for it '-
r,"'"'.', ....... We ,.ml> Um apprehension and i.
and popsilar ^laim. i 1^^. ,, ,(,..,..,, illu| quenched in the precialion of them that there can
would appear, beeause h. ....;- r^ V)), ,., uvA
m limits, an normative wnWr g- m ,..r)u. (.^^ n( Wril,h. ^t|(h h|s ^ lackf
He doe not fit into any ol the s.mnbech ...... ,in,( Tlll, ,,, one of a series of arii-
pul of any writer, however many- common a
Mod The common theme iti ,.r coUecttvtarn. ilmugh thev diffei
Steinbeck may be called ,,rev< lUflpleM under wviich i'E
ence for life." At least, th itu- -} UM be conducted. Was Stein-f
dont of hi work >t omr sort i
oy discovert this eoBeern ,';l" m? it is plain from hi|
thruuuh it. To Judge the worth I) : 'h.tt he due* not f.ivour th
nf th< idea, one murl know what >, ii, f..-.,., ,,i vminmic
Sstsnbaicli means hv life, and H p rlltlcal i
rill be the chief concern ol these trailed by foreign dictators i
Ol the QWthdg | ...u.vtivism of a dif-
prevalenl in this ages flctloti. He ferenI surt. a coIIeeUvttm which.
I. not bllndl) Miil.niitic far from ac-ordin,, IO him. would foater.
il He depicts human eyislelice as ri,thr than ciush, life The
(onflict. unromlttlng n ..ik<-rs in 'The Gmpe-
savage battle Hut he suggests nf WmthH have had Ustlr htmea
th.i! life is worth living, hallllng and sma.i patehesj of ffth snalch-
and cruel though It be. ed tens) from them by tha ln-
Moreovci, his [ireposaeaalon with satiable l-ehemoth of big-scale
life rnther than wllh Ideokaries agriculture. What Is wrong with
cles Which appeared
America, a Catholic review of
Ihe week, edited and publish-
ed by the Jesuit Father* of
the United States. The write.
tof of Catholic Tran-
script and author of a weekly
book column syndicated by
the National Catholic Wel-
fare Conference.
Our Readers Say;
hvi
than
8P
; same
accordance with the facts, hood. And 1 am sure he would
i eight rectories' which subscribe cordially to St. Paul';:
jcen operating for more Catholic and gracious declaration,
ic week, only one factory "Grace be with all them that love
or bettor quality ihe I^rd Jesua Christ In sincerity *
it was lor tho ty."
'J'ourimn
To The Editor, The .Vdiocau'
SIH,tven Uiougn juu U'll US
in your .ui.oiial t SaiuiUay
Ibat Una kuni of talk
IKPtlr *rS?t*%^*aM Mont* ^E year. Tna may mention one circum-
O.rlo m nm Bay, ' "f ,,hff u, "* <*- stance that Illustrates his opln
1-auu' Beact^ ESedena, Tionoiuiu <"*** "'t^r^r^l. rnt""bPI " he oeeeatori of
ami other prmtcueai whe.e lb. 2.....""JSJS * .sSfiT1".?. i"l service at the Beth.-
ar tlm
,.r
M miits of touran haw ripen- :;.;;';,.soilV";^ .he\aVi^"'^riI chureh of a m^001" Mmwe.
edi anu qune ipari irom ihe "JJ J"""* r "* nw period wltn wnom tne Archdeilcon _
awaUai eoat ef UviM (wmoo ,n< h then Dean was on friendh
1 W*"1 |, terms seeln him kneeling de\ hi:-
and nust therefore be merely (>) ^ mM a.nouni of the ,v ln P"*"" in the Church whfl
new v.inctv IMI211 winch "waiting the arrival of the fun.-r .i
is being reaped this year cortege,
and.
(b) Ihe rr.infall for the second . _. ,,.
haTl of December. 1051 5'' February. 1962.
which w.is higher than
for the same period of
1950.
Yours f..iihfullv.
1 HlTilMNs
Secre .irv
Mk February, 1952.

.
in.-m. And
to nut tn.-1.
Barbad!
.. .
. an.
un uiclined '
uld Uiey
|| cmnz-lion f"i
nany quiet-ktvuui
,p*ui from .hose to
mote unport.i
living would
whom money
itaaa pleasant
feel as 1 do.
Tourism and oil are l#n Of the
m-i disagreeable and dumiptivo
i. in- ti i, i in itu- krortd and n l*
irly unfortunate- thai tho
apeelal batecel # m Uarbados j)|,.
should consider it necessary to
ri.eour.ige them.
Lost 1 should be thought boast-
ful or my travel* 1 sign myseir. To ,he t-dl(o 1hc Ad
- VolOe Crying __ S|K> Wu-. i(,
F. G
The Late King George VI
Oe on* whom w ha
Kmpirv \lii*t \i
llnuk Ip
at* ihiilillin
many a (mi.
Your UtoUfhlluli-aM -id n.u..-K. i
times h ih<
Works was in a *tsU ol war and .ri'
Always trying to fulfill your On in an
Acclaim hanpawas anS peac* lot
:tilanan> always caning
nil*.
AlthouaTh Sasp wMhm your hratt wi
I, but 1 hope
! in the
Aboml llaivker*
Ml U whlk>.
Wo Know thas yaur !*-. >a and ...unit.
<>. an.l O-or the road, which ara rougn
Hut you kept oti tiaht u. th* *,.
t.ott bim uiaa. .>ar m(t uncrrr fiirnu
\ou lav Irft a RMsmnry b*t%liia uia
""ii iittaht.
That .. .ii ma, mi,,. mi to Ow !) >
'^r " " >" h*a*^nly (Macs
i' pull ov*-t t ua.
i tan* of sii.i
MAHUARBT HUAD
In Memory Of
..*. .,-..-*,!,,, ainusiiiLi
idlp iwr>jiTerl rn, m> letlei
days papi'r the substitution
sprlat" foi new spijh"
itv tile last sentence of para 3^
Please allow me to correct it.
Jo Thr Editor. Tin- .-tdt'oc-ir.- 111 hough manv readers would
SIRAs I am continually aa*- probably do so for them-,
ing leta-ja. ^.tten about: hawkri ,, tenee reads- LrTyn,
in in in.et.wn. I would like to If | may u>e the strong form of r
state that ttawkcrs ar very uao- lhc pwBt ten,,. of ..,0 ,,(.. ._..hf,
ful and ai so many are "^"J*"' methods of i
10 much the better. I would like u,[ Colonial etc.) must gtw
to see iheni bM I I " accommodated and 1 think the splr|t .,,, c.^iu^,,,,. concessions. U/;||:.,M Ul*._ a i_
ojH-n ik. in th. cii> would ie w a William Htlton Antrobus
a very suitable place if the 5,h robniatJ, ]f62
market is not lo be opened for ------------------------_
lias purpose. . a. j
Hawkers In congested areas are lhv l.nlf \rrhiiviiri,n
aggravating but with th,
high cost of living, more people Shankhinil
will have to coma out to keep
the "wolf from the door." To ihe Idiior, thr Advocate,
We also win' "'d ''*"' W be allowict.
lilPWIIllMldallnn AMi. Ihough little late, to add one -
iwded and dlstarteful lo poini lo 'he excellent Obituary A i,iB ij oti'ta
of this much esteemed I mown hta iiaiaanni. I would God
MlasMer fiuiu.sh.d by
Within
. h aroal Wjond
(lum Iwl and pain ami car*
Thy wort ii don*, thy naato la h
[".. ill l.vr a. lona aa hi.
In pane* "D*ar Soul '. r*M on
Ti. sad lo lay -asIloW' tha men
pwod in and hwrtiad thai
smtlan* (-**. lt.t tandar h*art
dom
rrimd. I wlah he
I'.idtetown must do bet-
U -he limelight."
CITY DVVEI.LF.H
25 January. 1952.
<.*..< Juirv
anaimt aphrroa. thai,
ii work continue.
Ptusroaalon
rn* loo (hall com*
. day. 1 dar* raalai.
| i;:or; The Advocal.-,
In your Istue
der tho
m (.rfn.litv.'' the s'atement Is
- lory mi-.- "T|
nsald that the mice this year :""* "
f a better quality then il was met with th< I
lor the same period last year." and not ecclesiastical eo..-
I h... eted to 'he true mirt
form you that this statement is of Christian dlselpleshlp and saint-
moJUveeeea. ggTg."^;*
rittilude towards nthn^ahaj
"I other tlcnom- Kara at th*r>.
l ihuiv, n v/M admira- **
' was much appreciated goln_
and reayonded to. it snadd seem aan
th.it his instinctive rvg.ird for all Mortar."
the virtues, strengthened and en- ,'"..""' *"'" b"'h '"*"'"
: doubt, by bli personal ti. .it raB.a. i ii uu w.
lo 'he I, *h*n i p... daaoi'a ruar. brink, tunes of the nation, which In turn will de-,
.nd ralolcw tn^SLfJSX^ ^"^' ^ ^^^ ~ ^ upon the policies of the rest of the free |
,.' tluence also.
Led by their Emperor, the Japanese
neither broke under the occupation follow-
ing World War II nor fought against it The
pine tree, Hirohito told his people, bears the
weight of the snowbut how green it is in
the spring. The treaty will bring the spring
weather he anticipated. After World War
1 the real control of Japan had passed from
the Elder Statesmen and the bicameral Diet
into the hands of militarists and industrial-
ists. After World War II the occupation set
up a new system guaranteeing the basic
freedoms of speech, press, assembly, and
person, and making the Emperor a "symbol
of state." The lower house of the Diet was
granted most of the Legislative power.
Executive function wore vested in ;i primier
elected by the lower house.
Japan has four significant political group
ings, the Liberal Party, which controls the
Government; the Democrats, the Socialists
and the Communists. Headed by Premiei
Shigeru Yoshida, the Liberal Party is thi
most conservative in the nation, favouring
private enterprise and strongly anti-Com-
munist. It vigorously advocated a "separ-
ate" peace with the West. The main strengtl
<>f the Liberal Party is among the smal,
landholders created by the occupation's
land reform and among large and small
business elements in the cities. Socialists
were the leading group in 1947 but split inU
two wings and lost ground. The Commun-
ist Party, although legal, is largely under-
ground, with its top leaders in exile or hid-
ing. It might poll 1.000,000 votes, or about
3 per cent, of the total.
The nation's economy is balanced betweer
agriculture and ti.sheries; manufacture
rade. and transport. Of the labour force ol
*6.000.000 men and women, more thai
15,000,000 work on the land, the remaindei
in industry. Private enterprise controls ae.
riculture and industry but the Governmen
operates key public services such as rail
roads. Industrial output, based on cheap
labour, and farm production have risen in I
the past six years, but neither is yet high
enough to meet the requirements of even a j
low standard of living without outside
assistance.
Japan must trade to live. She must find
new customers, cheaper and more efficient i
production methods, and, in addition, mum
somehow make restitution for damage
wrought in Asia and meet the costs of self-
defense. This tremendous burden raises the;
question whether the free world can supply
Japan's needs and, eventually, make avail-
able to the Japanese the means of self-sup-
port they must have to live and defend;
themselves as a democracy. The Japanese,
problem is a world problem. Much of its so-,
ution will depend upon the economic for-
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1KIUW KKBRl'AftY H. I>52
HARBAIMW VDVOCATC
PAGE FIVE
St. Michael's Vestry Pass
Addresses Of Sympathy
THE ST MICHAEL'S VESTRY
Addresses if Sympathy, mm to HM Uajatt) Queen Eliz-
abeth II and the other to the Queen Mother and Um
Family, in respect of the death of Kin George VI.
Both addresses were read and passed with members
In then placet.. They after*
net for a few moments.
Vi-stry postponed consideration of u> b ,-.
tor discussion yesterday until next Monday
VISIT T iiimi
The Very Rev. Dean )UlcwooU
Chairman of the V< .,
members that they hsd been sum-
moned to one f th
'.lie Vntry. bin r

Of Original Jun<- ' ** ''
.o.terday His Honuui Mi ' ">"-
)i A, Vauchan (ranted plaintiff beri of th i duct Um
Itlyn Granditon of Bush < 'heir Vaster; that day
Damages Case
Adjourned
i I. S'. Mfcnael, an adjourn-
ment until February 21 in the
.hJetl he u asking fa*
tiO (iiiign against Efbert Welch
a Spooncr< Hill. St. Michael.
II I. Ward Hi appear-
iM on breialf of WVk-h.
in that hour "f oal
He Hid: "I am going to luggest
tha' this Vestry pa.* an Address

Her Majesty the QatM
n.ih cm c nf^alutattoni
throne and an
i laiming 50 dam- assurance of our MeadfaM loyalty
Efjban Welch for in- And That .v,- gbo send a massage
juries i \vmpalhy tu UM
ii an accident with the motor and the Rryal Family.
. II 1831 which the defend-
M driving on Hothetsal |ool in Silence
I .*i Maroh 22. 151. "After we hav. ft Bj
Urandison waa granted the ad- M,d; wc j^n, Btand in silence
joummenl so that she could sum- ,or ., ,ew momenls in token of
ba two witnesses who re- ^ detp f^p^^ for ,,. laU KinR
her can and the harness g^ and then ..,lr
i.rter the accident. -You will have mcc(mK
'" <"'* other witnesses for the t^h^ th* nol . tlI110
witnesses you nave produced do fo: cuiOR,
n0l^LP.e,C cvcr^hi" y""* et sorrow
"SEE?" PHUC Honour M? ,n tBm ho** bu< "
vausjnan tow JJr- th.t lb. | i tuned, and
n Cwft 8tation"7 w# ,iUro m ti,H Ir
Giving evidence yesterday Gran-
Prcclamation
Of Queen
This Morning
USA rhat" with children outside tag Cari*t
i told the court that on March
22 about 30 p.m. she had hei
donkey cart stationary on Hoth-
ersal Turning Road. The cart was
full of potatoes which she had
bought from the Belle Plantation.
These potatoes com her $4.57.
She was Axing the light on the
catt when she heard a rolling as
jg ,i v< hide was coming up be-
hind her. When this same vehicle
got near to her nhe moved from
the cart which was on the left
Um road near the gutter
The vehicle then struck the c.ir:
: m Nnactouaaej what
. statd conseiousne-^ she
MM General Hospital
Dr. Gale visited her in the
Hospital mid she had a
! Ml ay* which took
ill <>:i the knee and there was
much pain in the stomach which
. i itr fro n bre.ithing pro-
perly".
Her left side was also painful.
She left the Hospital on April 4 Ehziibcth II
and the defendant later saw har
and said he would Ilx anything
lhat OTU wrong.
>- l lad ilie harness and
shaft to be repaired and the re-
pairs of both of these coat her tl.
Dr. Gale said *ie attended l>
the plaintiff at the General Hos-
pital ai'd she eomplalnasj of
i uia left lower rib. An
\-L.^ examination showed no
bone' Inju "
Cart Struck
Ai.iie Vaughan v Una
[bert Wei-h w-hiK-
he was driving a pick-up along
the Turtiii. ft id V *lhl,*>;
about 6.3f. pm B.1 Ml re* 22 said
that the pick-up struck the cart
h drawn ud on the left
sMe of the ro.d Before, the acci-
dtnt ha M* 'ho cart which wa*
about a distance of 20 to 22 feet
To Mj. Ward. Vaughan said: I
spoke to the defendant before the
accident saying. 'Look man there
is a cart 'hi tin- *ide of the road.
you are gnina to eilt it.' The de-
fendant still hit the cart."
"Wtien the accident had occur-
red I rushed to the donkey cart
and pulled the plaintiff from un-
cart which had been
knocked over by the pick-up.
Vaughan said
'Thr life of Kins tio.-rie i
a wonderful rxamplr to hta
- i.j. i- He hi. d a raal chrU-
llan life in a world of m.iiv
rnhrlievUiK rStletl laal o'l
denioiftrjlrd lh- In illlojt h -
,i.i. to prayer In times W
national crfaUa. He was a ru-
sclrnlleua and insplrim leader
of hks people- seUlm thrm
high example of rourage and
devol was a good father tu h*s family.
j brlaved head and ruler i his
lininr. and that. l. in*', i i i ac ol
his greateat rcntrhutirr < the
national Hie.
We mourn ii: : i
our deepest ynipatliy ;
Her Majesty UM Queen, the Queen
i hI Um '- i
I
Addrevs Moved
.
I
MRS BSUCr. ALLBTNl: (n-srest to canwrai at Uie
Ch'ii I. t Welfare Clinic ysnterdajr afternoon
Ch. Ch. Baby Clinic Gels
Services Of Pediatrician
FROM YESTERDAY Mrs Lam.- Dowdlng, | pedia-
trician. ofTered her services to the Chrifl Church Bahv
Welfare Clinic. She will attend the Clinic weeklv, and
apart from examinini* the children, will give the mothers J '.'",'," i:,U)'"7o"u(w,V,, 'i ^h.w
""th^ irnpnsonment with hard
Even Thursday mothers brine their babies to the i>-ur for attempting to export
Md Ml April 10. 1931 by Ledj Ynung, ^"J" the Schooner Rosaline M
Vtrnor, briru/inR the number of Welfare
Clinici m Barbados, at that time, to two.
in
It M S Devasuhlre sfttU
br in port
abfeluM >'i null*, and after the
I lti> Kx-
. rms, m i
hort while.
It proposed that member^ of
t'ouncil ami th>'
Hotue Of Assembly will take then
heir Chambers, and Hi-
ihen adminntcr
the Oath of Allegiance to the
if the Legislature, this
tung done to members of the
Council before the arrival of the
of the House of Assem-
tly in the Council Chamber.
Oaths of \ll. .i.im. ,
Hi Ex.ellciuv. jftet .In
'runt Hie Oaths of Allegiance will
Ton receive frnrii 'he ITeMdcii:
of the l-enislativc Cciunctl and His
HonOUl the Speaker of the HoUM
I Vi the Addreaaea paaa-
-t\ hy the two Chambers in reply
H BaceUency'i speech at the
-.iniiK of the Legu.laii.1.
11 h Decembor. 1051.
gealleoes win make i>
ttiet reply himself, and then DOtl
ld< i what pro
eadura Nhould be adopted as re-
gards passing a Joint Address to
the New Queen and the Urn-en
Mother.
In 1938. both RoUMi >f tin'
ire agriad to the paMdut-
.if (wo |otat AddresM** whu h in i<
m m '" Uw Beerotarj ;
lln Cotanh : nussion tu
-il Family, om- t,. Hi
Schooner Captain
Will Pay MOO
if;- Worarup Mi Q |i Criimiii
i> Ual POttco Magistrate of I**- M-')est> King Edward VIII and
A", rtatardaj ordated Nev- "?* nthrr to ,he Queen Mot he
McLaun
Captain of the
\i..
. btalnlnj]
i to do
Civil Servant
Stands Trial On
Larceny Charge
lea with 25 babies but
today there are over 40 leceivlng
cere, in ona yem K Altered to
U 60 children but every
an rtruch off the
> have reached
aaa and more take their
pla-ea. Th.- C Inll has greatly
uisted mothers of that area and
iiiany of the children who fonner-
anended are now big boys and
I '
ih
Mveeatt
old
LOCAL FILM BEING
SHOWN TO-NIGHT
"Give Your Child A
Chance" th, On) Bha made
by the Darbados Film Unit
Iwgini its run with the Mo-
bil. Cinema to-night at 7 30
at St Huriiabni School. St
Michael The school scenes
in the ptcturt wen tak.....ii
Ihil school and several of the
bovs of St Barnabas appear
in the illin Also ineludrd in
io-iii.;
coa Rehabilitation" wi
the first production of the
Trinidad Film Unit
McLaurence appealed against
s coun- .
*' appeared for Ihl dafoodaw further e.ui.-nce ... llu- ,..-
i Sgl I King proaafiiled l *** ,,,tf IVlice have brought si1.
i fron [Bfoflnatfon rr- <'"i""|(*'!, "' Inreenj', Uatncauon
LgM fi.iudulent ci-;ivei>iun iBVOJl
Harbour Police O'lKUble Jam.-, !"* ',"",">' *."> o W.00.1
. l'..n. the Ouvvrnment rreasurv
onst, Outog E. Smith civ,
ryant or the Audr......
;; Ofllco, uptake,, by ....
,, ,l H Mr. C. L Walwyn at IMstric. -A'
.!' rd*)r-
iked th- ilefeiKl.nt if it wan
At Casualty W ard
Gwendolyn Hall, a mauby ven-
dor oi Ijinds End. St. Michael. mi
died at the Casualty Ward of tha M
We. Voar MajrsiV* Mo.l
Ilimble and Loyal Subject .
the Membe-x of UM \ I I
the Parish of SiitU Mich i -I
or Uie Ardent Colony of
Barbados, in Vetr> ..semblrj.
respectfully assure Your
Majesty of our profwund ym-
palhy on the death of our
Heloved King George VI. of
bletaed memory.
lhrUKhoul the many ex-
acting trials that marked His
lelfi Hia unfalllni eouraxe
and devotion to duly was a
listing io-.li r.iin n i.i 'nh .mi
tvery one of His Subieeta. and
the kindline and sincere
s>mpalhy shown by Him have
wca for Him a lasting place U.
the hearts of all. At all ttmc*>.
the t.mplre aa Ills foremost
concern even in the Hour of
Death ileir.
Ac offer Your MatcUy our
loyal congratulation* upon
your accession and liumhl>
desire lo assure Your Mkjatt)
of our loyahy and devotion
io Your Throne and !' r- i.
and our aure conviction that
Yuur Majesty, under the Guid-
ance of Almighty <>od will
mic" a reign distinguished by
Your Majesty scare and con-
cern for the good government
and welfare of Your peoples.
Ml Address was pasted.
Add re** Moved
Mr. C. A. in
member of the V I
he lollowniBj Address 10
. I'.
.ptioi. tag f Man.
H lame inn.
and Founder, Mis.
I Samp-
ion Viea- regidenti Mi. H. A.
tin row S i treasurer,
.*SS1SS o^ For awaUsaa
::'? c.': O* Murder Churgi-
Mrs M. Rudder, Mrs I, Lowe,
Mis M. L ahl-y and Mr, H. Cyril Lashley (29) of Qoearn
Wilkinsoi. members of the mpnt Hill. St. Michael, was corn-
Commivtce. Mrs. Lowe, Mrs mittod to the next sitting of UM
I-ashley and Mr. Wilkinson are Court of Grand Sesalons bj 111. bawuiu
"'-hip Mr. C. L Walwyi v
at present in the U.S.A.
Mi linn
Workei tra
(tosklajinsj
Weekly Ration
II. Allcyne
Ui'l.iy charged
of Bunlna Hoyte .
' Mi. SI. Ml
*i tin- murdei
is., ol Qovern.
hael, on Janu-
i | um
loaiance
euu tho Leernnee he
i.J found in U
In on* bei .< tl and
f flour. He told the rendam th..t 'tifsr footfa arere net
the i loai papi i The de-
-! Ih' c-,|. M.'IO
i UM fhlp and that ifto
nip WM going on a l.ig voyage
"I nade nnother search of the
-ship and becbrt I oouU gwi to .^
deck Um de4endent lj\ TrikflfaaalaiMl \:I
i--cg.-i to, ., chance i bowevei *>>" IH*IIIIHaJ Aul
I*. ,i,,i found r^_e sr*
...... i tonttrt'iKc KiuIh
AOCR feed, four cailoom of
md u bottles or rent,"
l-.-li..- r.,., ..hi,. Wllkln-
Further hearing will l-
i i i Mmlay, February II. at m
.mi. The charges state lhat the
olf.-nces weic OOtlUnltted some*
tune U-lweeu April IIM5 and Jua '
tl. 1951. Smith Is on a bad of
CMO,
Legal apnaereiicg
I K Waloott cj.c
" with Mr. r. U
foi the agfenee and Mr. w w
! Q.C., Solicitor General, f. .
the Police
Social '.v 11.
the U.SA. who is M> W w Reaee, O.C., BoUcl-
the Island, vUltvd u" ii- ' the pre-
the C.inic yesterday. On arrival >'
Vrs. Alleym* saw Mrs Dowdlng
heel ing for iim' Cn
told the Court.
These goodit weic not on the
form loiter some of the
goods were taken lo Um '
ii the defandant was taken
ollee ^>
"THIRSTY" ON
MURDER CHARGE
Bride

H W Mp v. 0 H Grimth
also orderol lh.it the goods lx-
foifeilcl
1'AHIS, Feb. 7
A United Nations oonfarenCl
collect fund. i.,i ifehnlfel auist-
ance to under-developed oOUntTH
ended here to-day with contilhu-
ln n- fulling SSWi.duo shoit of il .
target The United Nations set tl.
i larnal ngu
far 51 naUoti
xamining some of the children
the mothcrj wero
tlven their weekly ration, which
onsisicd of cod liver oil, barley "f*AN i""DI Iicr > ri ic
,1 food rteat Twenty-two-year-old Joseph CAPI. L.KUIDLX DUE
Mi. Ah. snr -kl Ih.- mother.-. Bruce alias 'T.iirsly" of Ligut- Tim: uaiimui,-
U> co-operate by bilnging UmIt root Cross Lone. St Michael wan I nlj MlKM.N(.
childien weekly. She felt that jeateadw COnunttted to the nex"
II e children needed lhat kind of Bitting of the Court of Ol
care. sions by 111* Woiship Mi i. i
Pointing to the group of children tirimth. Acting Police Magi-ti;.'
(he .m ntam nm ..,. .,( ' DMtnct "A."
very group you may have another .Bruro 1S chniged i.y the pt
L '
Hazel Scott"
M.o-I,
Track Ambiisiicd
with the unlawful killing of K
ncth DaCosta on nTovetnbei
1951 at about 2.30 a.m
Also committed to the n
sitting ol the
Sessions wa> Rawle
The C.NS. pa |
Canadian ( ruker is expected to
mo.ning from
Halifax via th- British Northern
Islaniis and will be hailing duiui)
Ihe mghl fU lln'ivh liui-iia, Via
nt Grenada * mn
Bhe WUl I* bringing cargo
at KHJ.vQO.UOU.
have promised ror-
iiUuiions loliilhng about $19,5(10 -
IHiu Jean Lesagc of Canada,
Chairman of the confercm. ,i
UM list of contributions would ba
kept o!-ii unUI April 15 to maki

In. United Slates, Canada,
ud and Australia hav.
served Ihe uglit to n own cutiUibuUons slightly if oth.i
countries do nol come forward to
make up the deficit. I'.p
"EMPRESS OF
SCOTLAND" ARRIVES
IFrom Fage
r
iry hearing to the peet, ,,.,, ,., ',
We, Uie members ..i the
Yeatry of the parish of Salnl
Michael of the ancient Oalasll
ol Barbados In Vestry assiem-
blrd beg mini respectfully to
appreach Your M -M-*l> and
ee ether Member* of Your
usehol.l wilh ferlingb if
Seep and sincere sympathy at
mis ume of Hui Majesty's
grief and irreparable low.
and aaanre Your MljjgMl lhat
we and the people of thin
Colony will ever preserve to-
wards Tour m jest> reatftng
of deep and ..l.ulin. aflecllon
and loyalty.
Mr. A. S. Brydon seconded an
ihe Addraa-i was passed.
After 0
few Dsonii
imed.
OetMtel llospllal 6n Wedi.esday
night. A paat Mrten examination
waa performed yesterday by Dr
Ashby and death was attributed
to natural causes.
Miriam Bast oi Brttton'i mil.
W Mk:i v: eho was dmltted to
he Generjl Hospital on January
29. died In the Operating Theatre
I ..bout 10.15 p.m.
on Wednesday.
The peel mortem examination
performed by Dr. Ashby.
Death was attributed to arterio
m ii.-lerosU.
lecture Cn Electricity
At Driii Halt Today
Mi* K. R- Goddard of the Gov-
on.ineiit n-cin.ai liMpeetoi De-
nt will give a lecture on ad}
The Mules and Regulations Gov- -- '
J^.t'SrWu^^ffS 4W ATBUFH4ST
T?&ff&$^X?Stil K";"T" army HMD.
anrt (! h many quarters. Korea, Feb. ..
He, n ; elUg will All Eighth Army fighting urn's
tttencL throughout Korea lowered Uieir
This lecture will give electrl- flsgi to half mast at noon In
. ;i opportunity of becoming iicurnlng for King Ge-rge \1
acjuainted wilh the laws. Various They will remain it half mast unlil
point' with which many of then. *un*et of the day of the funeral.
ure not familiar will be discussed. I'.P.
19-Year-Old Youth [skippers Blue Star'
Slim 19 year old Oawson down to Trinidad lo load more
Cheeseman, son of Mr. P. A. rum for Nasutu, Bahamas.
Cheese-man. Works Engineer Jf Dawson started bu sea lite b Central Foundry Ltd. after he left Harrison <
.ailed out of Barbados for TTIn.- He was then 15 years old Ha
did on Wednesday evening .is sailed on Uie motor vessel Da.r-
Master of Um 130-ton motor ve*- wead. Uie schooner Amanda T
nine Star. He is one of th and for some time now h- hi
youngestIf not the youngest been on the Blue Star aj
kippers ever to take an inter- which Captain Fergus
tUel vaaael out of Barbado- pered.
Dawson has Mcceeded Capton.
Tergusion who wag bii main ;t' ""t apprenticed as s,
hat gea life Captain Fergusson navigator on the Userweed.
his purchased th* lumber -hip transferred to the Asa naa T
Jesthlna Roberta and will be then fas the Drue star. He Wl
rkippering her himelf 'or eight months mate of
The Blae Mar. which pan Bine Star 1,-f ' he l>ecai
far aa Bermuda in the rum tret
her course from 'h > Captain Fcrguascn and a spar'
Youthful Dawson who hr.s h" crew have r>ne down on th.
"v- vears* ea experience She "lae Mar to bnng i;
loaded rum here and is gein; Jeakaaa Safecrta to Barbadoa.
of Chase Land, St. Mi.hael,
MANILA. Feb. 7 the pri'limlnary
Thtee soldiers and four civilians case in which
were killed when Communist-led the Police with obtain.ng ||| tl t 'h.- Rrif.-,.
Huks ambushCM Philippines army fr- in A*i/ Ahraham nude,
iruck near Infanta town in Quzon pretences wa- teneluded befOrl She win
Kastcrn I*2on. Hi, Worship Mr. C I. Walwyn a< wl
f.P. District "A." Ilan ports.
.nadftV --- - viral
Trie iS I .*ii N'rlaaa ., '' '"' '" '',', ''"*' rll
llritiah
I
Guiana
nd St.
Vim
Trinidad.
nt.
finish loading sugar
I rum todi^


The "phantom white Kh.j.ii
" 'he , i-aiuxi. was named th.
"Empress of Japan" bgifora Ue
i wur wtttn *hp hrld lh* *P*od rv
,na trd for Pacific crossing si
One of the largest m *.'i
(rulslng business and has plaiuie.|
a three-month dollur-crulsing pra-
faioi--
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90 inche-, wide per yd. $7.46
72 $5.89
HEMSTITCHED LINEN
PILLOW CASES
18 x 28 each_______$3.77
18 x 28 each_______$2.24
HEMSTITCHED LINEN
SHEETS
72 x 108 each______$18.82
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DUTCH BROKEN CAULIFLOWER per till
DUTCH WHOLE CAULIFLOWER per tin
DUTCH BRUSSELS BPR0UT8 per tin
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PACE SIX
CLASSIFIED ADS.
BARBADOS ADVOCATE
FRIDAY FEBRUARY 8, 1*52
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REPAIR* AND MAINTCNAKCaTlw-
bed.- Alien*!*. IMdMCl thai the* Mv*
recentl. bNn Joined I, an i-MH
UtMMobtl* engineer from I'nilfl Ki' I
dean and are eKtrndii,* iimir prrauni
M hneuIU all ->pe* of lepam
I S S**.
FTfmurs* Dnunur.oi- *
Ul'vO bv Mmn'linii J
tar Ox. applieat on <

Oat" J. Dial WK
U' .--
arfoife '. - Si .'-ill-
Courla-J Gar..** :
________________ i a W- *
S.Ut DI.IIVn-V TRai Toll HAKFs
Ultalale lor *> I nd-rewind TfB
A Maeeei-rlam* pi
foii MU
AUTOMOTIVE
K-.. t -
seres
Oarag*
___CAB IBM model anal m
eoodlt.0.1 Dui am Court***
1 S Mn
CAM Ona DeUi.a Ford Car IB*.
i-del Ownar drtv.n T*r* neat Appl.
C. McLean, lutir Hill Si Joeeph.
HOTURCVCLC Only ona Hi In Mock.
A*.hauader s.pr.iK. Spring fi am*, t
h.p MHM. Ttimi A BAHNBI a I'O .
KLrX'TftW AL
candy ri-osa machini:
saic
(linHIC'AI. WASHINC. \. A. HIM.S
Uwut.r huthe wainlni machine*, onl]
StBO K It Hunt'' ft Co Ltd DUI Mil
IIVi- 3i.
TRACT"'
Wheel or Half-Track t r
Eng.nn A
i i T IH |
-
V"v Ua**a*a>. i. *MM Bed Hi ...
ughl DUI Wlfl r.gil. .
1 1 tt'l
FOK MOT
MALTA
February. Ma-ck, Jy
M* WeMhe-hrnd e*
* Ca Ltd.
MHO American I eu ft Fria hav
a] a l.irpr litm compartment In
,' ,.l.>!lt|-"J
. fi a**> M Apply Ralph Beaid. Low
Ba/ Street J"hone 5010
ll|g l
KADIO* On.
ruR\m:KK
KAH.NI* Co.. Ltd
llltl-
ri'RNITVU Ralph braid offer.
toll/mint bargain* Mahog*'* In
chair. MO 00 a pair Berrh chain l
a pair Rueh arm rhaira MOO'a i
ImniK Boardi MOO rath *"d nut
out other arUcMa. at reduce pf
|i.-- :.-]') Lower II.
I'l III If WB IM IP. If \TIM>
REAL ESTATE
AVQHDALC- m
BrldoHown. w>m I im
kj *-,-e.l
OKia
b> M-.
0O1.DEK COT CHAPMAN STRUT
Br.da.iowN. (WIN by Mr. O E Kir-
Ion. and .landing on rented Ural
Inspection on application i.> lb. .
BBBfeMe between IB a in and
pm on any day .**>' a %
TM -I*.-., iiinpcitie
hllttyH,
"I -P I..t *sm> by publ .
.i ,.i OrSc*. Jan*. Street. Br.l*. .. n
rti.n.lav Hth Prbniary. | |pni
l''(Kn,|i a BOYl I
J W On
NOTM I
i ESS

CIDO Barbadaa Oovi
bmt,.ra 1'.**
Barlaaataa Omamraanl
bwitur. aj >%
ifj bJH ...
M Fir.
I ..'! m I |
atuiM . a, T to .
aliarr* W I Blarull to
barn UarhoOoa TatoplMna Co.
* PrUaiwocai
Iuiih RarbaOoa lea Co.
> Otoovo moouona*! aharra will b.
ip tor ult al Public Aucti.x. on
iv In* lib day of rrinruary IBM al
n. at Carrauioa It Man. Lra>
I 31 1 M n
rNDAIIWlN. I'..
( 000 b)umi fn ol land) Blnn* b.inal cortlMBWMl Iferoo bralr~M l.i...kf.-i
roaru. living raoan and l>.ich*nciW Wllh
cupbaarda TlUrd balb and tollat flr-
anli" romn and laraa> IniparUon on
.pplM-allon to Mr. Barnard 1-
.,., n
Tha abovo will ba art up tor aala at
ol IM
ruary at .* p m al Wt. arraa
CARRLNiiTttN 4 -M-A
w mi:i
HHJ
I
7 - >"
PCBaWNAl
Tha piBBc i,. .t - dlvnat adit 1
BKROOraUN boW r. --. If
'no an. a.mti t,n i .
irritton
IOSI A 1IMMI
LOST
BT.tf lWVAKF TI"-
a> M4T. Ptttdrr pla
" I LaahWy l-*dr mi., i
WIAFFIC VOMIT
iUadic <>f the Prorlainalion
of Accession
Or, Friday. S'.li To' ruary. 1962.
l>etwcn the hours of 10 a,m. mid
11 SO a.m.
I. No vehicle or pcdesirinn
i-halt be aliowtKl to |>n.s inn
or r**nain In Ttafalfar 5quB-_.
t. Persons ,i:l<-ndlBg th. C.-m -
tnony #m| c,.ier through tha
South Gate of the Public- Build-
ins* "via Traraljtar Street dnd
park- theit cars in Palmetto
Smiare nnd Hlckett Street
Made under Rulo B of MM
Bridget., wrn nnd SpwiKhtstown
(Tiafflr) (Amendment) ReBuli'-
tioDs, IS43.
It. T. MICHELIN.
Commissioner of Polii
Police Headquarters,
B ldgetown,
Tth FBbruary. UM.
8.2 32li
SHE
KNOWS
i:'J
LIVESTOCK
MECHANICAL
lUfiMjNHJ
MISCKI.I.ANF.OIIS
fLAHO- By M>-'nu ton 0 Win.
1'pHidit tiicnord- Two >aara oM. tp
i ion Dial J000 for parttcuU
OA1VANIHD tHEXTB A limit.*
[jantlty 1 ft MK. B n. MM, III HU
iK|vilra Aulo Tyro Co TalapOoi
riaviim Hrrord
acorda and > baok urdan too
AHNIS At Co. Ltd.
t fn
~RFM
RtX-ORD* J...1 Rlvrd a ahloanant.
Calspao Wm Fooai*- iB'dot l.UI
SIM *H
urrcAucB vu*
urdy and luhlwalghl, doublr l.a
i JO to M.M A HARMBS * CO.. LT0
LIQUOR LICENSE NOTICE
iMKllVAH
Krnost \V..nna i.l
Ch Ch kold*r ol iH|uor
llranaa No 110 ol IMS. *raiilJ In ra-
.|it of i> board t infTial* Miod with
ahadroof .Utarhrd at PtfwMl. Cb. Ch.
Within Dlau-lrt "B" for prmv
ahinaW ahop with .nr.n.-.l ..M.ch,,i
mar sand. Ch. Ch. wlUiin iMoirirt '
nd to mm tha aald llcanao at aurn I
d4wGrB>Bd] pfOfiiltrO.
I'.'-l thl> hh da* of rotjruarjr
To C W. Rudder Eaq .
Polm> Maglolrotr.. n-t D "
LVAl-L C HKW1
For Apphcani
N It TABS application wtd ba oi
hrld on Monday ItUi day of r*
ISU at II oclaok a.m. at PoUoo Couri
Dw.llina houaa aallad "GILVAN' with
I0.SM aquara fort of land aHuat- at Ch-I
aaa Oardrm. St. Mlrhaal Th* hou>-
ConUIni Drawmd Room. Uvlnd Room.
brdrooma, Qaiaa*. Toll*!. Hath and
u.ual convanlane**
Th* abn\. pioprity Will b* art up lor
alt by PuMle CotnpaUUon at our ufna*
Jamva Strrat on Friday Bth February.
1MI at I pm
Imprctlon on application i
man. H*dfrd LwU* Dial OH
YIARVYIXIK A It". }
MHtb
t!i:i
laJflBl * Bafhadea r.re Inaui-
na'badoa Ir* Com par
. .and Vi
m of -nonoy nat .end
> ba uaad Hi ranlacuas th*


Dalart in. ath day ol P.t.j
YFARWOOD a. BOYtr
ilirMoo tor th* Vaatiy al M Jaawa
I In.
Official Sale
( Ml XI
i u bad m
IS ril ABKtBTASI
OF APPRAI.
lEQultablc Juriadlrtom.
TTAhaAY JAMES BENJAMIN KINO
PtOMW
.>i^nm nokkis :* osdhjBi
H h*t*4>> alvcii that
"I an Urdrr of lb* Aaiulani
Ap|iaal datad |h* lin d,.
!-.. Ihrrr will b* art up lor aal* la laa
hiatiaat iNdaVr al in. urlk-r of Ih* Clark
t of Appeal al th*
Court Holm- Bri*. t-t-.rn th.
haun of II now., and I o clock In
''i"i on rr..l. ih. IIM ilai
Mrtch. IMS. u|| that i-arlaln p>*c* r
. pariah at
:
ing by adawaaurarncnl ona acra Hi
looda aovan and twu flttha parvhaa or
s and boundlnl on
'ion Hall plantation on land*
......n landa '4
P a w thephard on Unda ol JatnaB ,
M .'I OM Mr4 Wood

I
. rida hriwrrn tha .am* j
TAKE NOTICE
SHIPPING NOTICES
That LOIVI INCORPOBATCD. a corpo'a .on oraaruaad and oalKlna under
tha Uai of tha St.t* of DalowowO. Umt-d Btataa of Atfarrlca. who* trad* '
bwalnaaa addir* ia IB toutB BtBta Straat. Do*at. BUto of DrUwat* U-*
Manufactuntra, boa ago had tor tha raoiaUauaai of o trod* mark in Part 'A" f
Beaut** in rvapect of film* adaptad tor rafaraducUon and conulaind ircordrt
e of plcturaa and'or raaordiS aound. ihoUon pieturaa and moUon pkiu'e
pholofalaya. motion pidur* Blma of all kinda and it**cripi>oii. motion plctui-
ci iirrtma apparatus, motion picture canHrraa. and part. photoaraBhir acparat -
and parti, tantina pUturr apparatu*. cpmblnad ->ntlir<.nlr*d w.und recordH r
and motuni pKtur* machtnaa and apparatu. parta and arcraaorlaa. rombimi
lynchronriacl MHind ivorodaclad and motion pirtwr* pn.ieriira machlnaa arl
apparatui. parta and aciiaaortf*. talklns machinn ivmbinrd and >>t.
Uira apparatiu and rasorda and nim there fur. radio apuaia'-
part. and appuVlananraa. Inahaataai radio mcclvina wu. lablneU an.pltfWT).
horr.i. and comMnad taUtlna machlnaa and radio iccnvirm U. takrvUion appar.-
-ind. and daarripll.... Includli^ electric iwitchaa and rlactrtc itop m*,h* i-
aana. dvtactor lafoaa. aanplif),na lubn. and Bke ood.. and will ba mittlad fa
rairMr Ih* iamt allr on* month from tha Tth day- of FVbruary IMS unkt
ana fwraan ahall In th* meantime aive luUtt in dupluatr to m* at my 0B*te
..I opaoalllon of inch mtatralion The irada mark ran ba aaon on applif-atn.-.
ROYAL NF.lftRLANDS
STEAMSHIP CO.
> til is., in m mi.i i it a
AtaBTSBIIAU

lAtLma in pabuw thino o
NKIll.N I.l |*N A
M -i STTNTim SMh Pa* |M
HI. POSEIDON SOtb bUrrh II6>
\ll IM. II) IIIMIItll
PABAMARIBO ItltllKN Ol Its V
S B COTT1CA. Uth Fab. IBM
M B BONAHUt. 10th March. IBM
Ml IS.. III IKIMIItll 1\|| MUI ^
M S IIERSILJA. 11th March 1VU
S. P. Ml BSI.N. BUM A tU.
Th* M V CACtQUI DEI
wtU aaaafM Cargo and
" r Bt Lucia. St
Vinraatl. Granada, and Aruba
Ralhng ft.aaa.aiy am inat
Th* M V -DAB01- .11
1 -cc-pt Cargo an* Paanngara lor
41 U.-u. St Vincrnt. Ormada
and Aruba Balling Frtda* Bth
Baa*.
Tha M V CAhlBBKE will
accapt Cargn and Paai rngera for
Dominica, Antigoa. Montwnat.
NavU and St Kitta Balling Frtda)
W I BCHOONLR (IWNDI
ASBOCIATtON ilNC '
Conaigna*. Tala No 0M1
Canadian INational Slcarnships
Dated thu ISrd day of January IBM
II Wll.UAMg.
Rrartatrar of Trad* HrM
TAKE NOTICE
t h I
i llh dav
of J^nuar- IBM.
F Q TAT MA.
of the Aaatatant Court
of Appaal
IB I W-*ai
Euhtic rranpalaUon at our
Irert Brldaetown. on P.ld.
or >alr hg
Bh
. ivh r.b.
ysarwood a mivcr
Bel
BSSl-Tn
"SANS SXHTT
ew Road Ina
Ichael alardlng
Und
Th* houaa rent
Iwo i idea, drawing and dining moma. t
brdrooma (with running wale* In each'
Iroakfut room kttrhan. tnUat and batii
garaie and ervanta roarna In yard.
InopOrUon OVOfty day tooeopt Bundaya
The lUivr property will t>c
aale at pubic auction on Fri.1
February at t p m nl th- offce ot th.
. u. isaagtod
CARnrNGTO'.' A SEAI.Y
BolKlbsra,
TBANgt'lLITY Standing of |.||i<
aquara feet of land al Sgr.lbcl.gr
Houaa contains three bedmnma upatalrt
and on* bad roam and apacloul rootna
dm.n-t.lt. Two I..11,. at,d U.ilrt.. In-
ny day b* appointment *Phon.
>lnn*r MR Th* abov* arlll h*
aala at Pgblic Auction
I Hi- .. .t...lanrd
.'ai--i:;.;ton s. svalv.
LuoaaBUeet
I. . 11M Hoi
dwrtllrf houae known B*
Fdsecllff . with forty ata a.-raa of land
In th* pariah of St John, of whkh iwenl*
ra nrahle Thr enlli. |>m>:.H>
M .' i w..i .1 i.i ...i.
r* feet of Und at the
. Allay and MarhlU Btrr*t
with tha tor* iharenn ard the (lituie.
nd Siting* (hrirlii and the riillra alock-
in-trido of Ih* diuil bualneaa known a.
' OlympU Pharmacy "
For lurlhar goiUcuUis and condition'
Send IS Your Order, for . .
(.tl-VWIMD PIIE
From 11" to i"
< l.Vlll li EMPOHIUM
Cnr. Broad & Tudor Streets
HERBERT
Magazine Lane,
Official Notice
is iii V--I-I \l I Ol BT
OP AMI Al
TAN1XY JAMES DE.VIA.Mi..
pi ui
'.Xsrt'lt N'tRRIS nvfrndant
thla Court
" the alx>vr action made on Ih* IU. day
IBM. I give notice to all
peraoni having any aaUt*. mht or
M -iiv n*n or Incumbranc*

of JiW ,itu..l. in li>a pariah of Saint
John and laland aloraaald cantaUiang
b> adniaaaulamanl ..ue acra thrr* raadi
or BharO
i i-.....d,,i|! on Unda
r
...I l-r.dt of J. ft W. I
Bhlpfaipd on Unda ol Jamra Ma>*ra and
... Mr* Wood or notrevorl
ibui .md bound to
n.id ilAflna with thru witnaaaa*. d .cu-
m**it> and vouch.i.. to be Ol
m* on any Tueaday. or Fud.- bet warn
the hour* of IS 'nooni and J o'clock
UfTaBOn, at th* Ofllce of Ol*
l Appeol
at th* Court llmis,. Iindgato.n bafora
That LOEWS INCORPORATED a corporation nrganiiad and exi-Una nude.
th* law. of thr State of Delaware. United State, of America, whoa* trad* M
bu.mr adtirx i. IM Soulh Slate Slraat. Dovar. Bute of DeUwair. USA.
Manufacturer, boa applied lor th* regiaUalion of a trade mark in Pan A
it.a .T.r in reaped nt fllm adapted (or reproduction and contalnliio recorded
imagea of p.ctura. and/or recorded found, motion picture* and motion pictun
I'hitopUv*. motion prfiurea Sim* of all klpda and deacriptlon. motion pietu.t
i -ol act i no apparatiu. mnfton plcturr camera*, and part*, photoaraphlc apparati
j-id paru. talklna picture apparatu*. combined lynchronltad wiund record".j
and motion plcturr machlnaa and apparatu*. part* and arcea*or>e*. rombm..
/. paiU and accraaoriea. talKUui machlnaa combined and ynchronlm
i ftuTO apparatu. and leconta and nlma therefor, radio apparalu.
I app.iilenance*. inrludlna radio receiving **t*. cabin*'-, amplifier
horn*, and combined talkina nutrhtnr* and radio rnelvlng rU. tU*M|on apparatu
of bR kind* and datcrlptlon Inchidhu elerlrlc .witchea and electr.c .top meehanttm.
cirteclor tube*, amphfvina tube*, and like loud*, and will b* entitled lo leaialei
urn* alter one month from the 1th dav of Fehruer. IMJ unleaa aome peraoi
I up 11, at. lo n.e at m. ufnee of oppoaltlo.
.(I I II II'n Ml
'CANADIAN CRUISER'
UDY KODNEV"
1-\UY NEl*ON-
-CANADI/.N CHL'ISEH"
.. II F-bv
..n Fby
14 V .r. I
Salla AtrKaa SaUa
fae.ua Barbadaa Baraadai
S Faby B Fabv.
II Paby. M Faby Fcb>.
M Paby B March 10 March
SS March M Maith
S.l. ii.n..i si.
"LADY NELSON"
i AM IIU1SEK"
'I^ADY "ollNIi
IJ*DY NEt.SMN"
"A.N t-NUISXH'-
ii. ...... Arrtrea tin...
bada* Baataa St Jaha Baltfaa
JB Feb.- IB Prby. IT Feby. M Feb*
Frty II p-by. M Feby. I Man i
S March B March 10 March 11 March M Mar. I
. M March M March 1 AprU 4 April J Apt.
- 4 April T April U AprU IT April
Pur further particular*, apply to
GARDINER AUSTIN & CO., LTD. Agents.

i appllral;
i .it I
1 office
WILLIAMS
R-ai-trar of Trad* Marki.
TAKE NOTICE
ZEROLIT
Tha- THE PERM1TIT COMPANY LIMITED. Brlllah Company whoie trad
bualneaa eddraea U Permutlt Ho.i^r Ounncrabury Avenue. London. W .
ipphvd to, the leslatroiion of a trade mark tn Pan
.1 OaaajUCal ulxtaiiee. beliur artificially prepairO
ter und other llajuid.; pUnt and I natal let i..n*
pphma and di*frib.ilina water, and filter.,
i Ih* i.aturi
R ** 't Mob aMfi
A of Real.ler
compounds for the treatmem of
10* u* in pur'fhina aoftenlng.
nd -HI b. entitled to regieter ___ .
|.ruar. IBM unleaa *oto*> uraon ahall I
ba me at my olnce ol oppo. .
ten on application at my nfAca
Hated thi. Elrd day of January. IMS
MT
llh i
in duplx
.ill
WILUAMS.
R.aiirar of Trade Marks.
11 IS--Si
- bened! ol the Mt
I ui- Defined "I I

must a||nd the Mid Couil on Wednaaday \
...
TAKE NOTICE
CAR-PLATE
Ji>H\-SQN ft SON, INC. a corpotatuxi
I of the United SUte- of
under the law*
----- whoas trade ur
ibo CTty of Racine State of Wlaconain.
raarlatiatloii of a trade maifc In Pail
metal and other IWHOBBB and will be
month from u of Pabruaiv,
gfve
'e'eV*'e*e'e***e'e'eW*e'>*eV,V*'--,-
NOTICE
WOMEN s SELF BSLP A*Of
Owing lo me tourMt boat ai- .
living on dUturdav I Bth will be i
cloeing ruiil da) on Thurada;
Uth. IMS
n, awnaq *
**<-*//.*////,.'/,',',,'//,',,i
(/,V-0'/W,V/'///V.-/.
MrVVCrtVe'e V&'e ', '- '.'-
Announcing the arrival of:
(Terrazzo) MARBLE CHIPS
in 5 colours
For Verandahs and Floors
LTD.
Dial: 1367
*V*->'.VW>V**.W
IOH SALE
CARLDIEM''
a two storgyed dwelllnghouse standing on 10.770 square ftvet
ut land on the incomparable St Lnwrence Coast
Excellent sea bathing. Dwelllngbouse contains verandah
upstairs and down, dining and sitting rosma. \ beoiooms. pan-
try and kitchen. Electric light, gas and water installed. Garage
-nd servants rooms.
Purchaser to have option
Inspection by appointment.
ORIENTAL
SOUVENIRS
BILKS CURIOS. AaVTB
TaWPMlOa, UTJ
/OTEBlAB V A&TISTICA.8
ctjiuog: i.-or* rkAioo"
DE INUJ OlaaJSt,
eWaaTlw
THANIS
Pf. Wm. Ilr>. ^U. DUI 3ICC
'i1
Binrp .VTWSTIV
MONOP"! i
QUERS
.... ,,
VPCNCEh MOljl 1
I'ALUt ~ Tk. Ball* thai la.t
l.ni..l
CHAMnXMS TWkVrtfTli CCN
rt'llY nirn"NT"V, Pt-.ri
CYCLOPAEDIA IAHOE TJl-i
CCPS BUTE RA1
ANn nis)i|-s
A SUNOS aTORY It. M B H
The Oak* af Wlagaer
01
HMISM. < i r "MIV
'BT*Rg
flBa00ICDUbJM^'->eAO
of buying furniture and effects
Dial 8137. (Mrs. K R. Hunte)
The above will be offered (or sale at public competition on
Friday, the 8th February, I9S2. at X p.m.. at tha office of the
undersigned fnan whom further particular* and conditions of
sale can be obtained.
COTTLE, CATFOBD CO..
Solidtops,
14.1.52 lin
,
HEAL ESTATE
JOHN M. BLADON & CO.
\.l S. F.V.A.
iff/-: i in if it iin tuk: hepi-tatio.x.
Plantations Ho ililiio;.
iAe
C,EG"r9ey^raTlArcf0UE
Sallli.r. from Soathi
i U RiMdrlBUBN*. Martinique, Barba-
dos. Trinidad. LaGuaira. Curacao, Cartagraa aad Jaaaalra
Arrires Barbados
20th Feb.. 1M2
2nd April. IS52
em May. 1992
From Southampton
"COLOMIUE"....... Tth Feb., 1952 .
"COLOMBIE".... 20th March. 1952 .
"DE GRASSE". 24th April. 19a2 ..
Not calling at Guadeloupe.
SAIIJNG FROM BARBADOS TO EUROPE
From Barbados Arrives Southampton
"COLOMBIE".. 2nd March, 1952 Mth March, 1952
"COLOMBIE" 13th April. 1912 ........ 25th April 1952
* GE GRASSE". 19th May. 1952 ........ 29th May, 1951
Sailing Direct to Southampton.
H. M. .IO.M.S A .. LTIK-AgenfM.

CALLING
ALL
THHMFTY
FOLKS!
io 1111
CHOP
IIMI
SALE
THANIbros.
Prince William Henry and Swan Street.
I ,,.%l Iritt-x mm K*>trd!
SHARKSKIN 36" ................... BUS
BMt in Town
CREPE DE CHINE M' ..................................... .8
A Real Beauty
JERSY 48" (PUB) .................. ............. 1.12
(Striped) ............................................. 1X1
SHANTUNG (Popular Shade.) ............................ 1.12
PRINTS :t.i ..Id,- .............................62
CALICO 36" wide ................................................ SI
I IMNS 36" wide ...................................................67
SATIN 36" wide .19
BROCADE 36" wide .............................................. .11
ORGANDY 31. wide ...................................... JB
"VI* UU.S SIIOI*
Rock Bottom Prices____________^^
FUR ONE DOLLAR ONLY
3 Pair. SOCKS or 2 VESTS or 4 HANKIES or
2 PANTIES or 4 GOLD BELTS or 2 CHANGE
PCHS1-S____________________________________
YA.NKLK TYPE SHADES. WALLETS.............. 1.7S
FANCY SILK SHIRTS (Barbados View)....... 3.88
\LI,\VOOL TWEED PINSTRIPED 56" wide.... 8.5(1
SILVER GREY FLANNEL 56" wide .................... 3.38
DUNGAREE Ho.v> Quality .......................... 1.67
KHAKI Popular Shade .................................. 1.17
BEDROOM Rl'GS All Wool irom............... 3.58
VEGETABLE DISHES (with Cover.) ................ 1.27
BLANKETS from 2!8
TORCHLIGHTS |.J
LUNCH BAGS................................... 4.59
CURTAIN NETS .3*
CRETTON1S in ..id,- 1.46
H'\\ l IS .57
I'll! LOTH 1.38
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BARBADOS ADVOCATE
FRIDAY FKBRl ARV 8. 1S1
< World Mourns A 5
s Fine Sportsman r
> (from Our Own COTWiponJ|)
5 LONDON. Feb. 7. '
- i .1 Ana sports-j
r OOt I Datura) all-rounder, but(
lion made hwnsHi*
hand.
iiiiio! .n Tin-: si ir\

-.

.. ii handicapped.*
ipn i..;. r, hi i
'.'
....
f A Cup final* at Wembley. hraj
) Mercer, the ATMH

Raring
VI like his fahY~ J

. l.lTll-T
M ran in-1

and in 1942 it N<
Ifer nol market they won few

i :hr i.iHHi Qnioeat, II i i
-
i t big nucoes:
TCIUllS, <'"li toer l**t ?car when *\bove
I "
coaching N 'im would be romplcic with-

ng. He wan an experl who In-
tofl rntirh of till ability from
bV i obi of tna * best
i ountry,
VI hkeri nothing
\ .in than
fr. hei :,il. i if I
I i- -It manrted th'-
!.-'! himself ao alher. fi i
i
p to th* end 1
.....
ling on the vet
and had
I a party again
Ihe in
Churchill Tributes King
mi re .-i

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g> From Pan 1 bUltlei which thll -upn.nc office
requires.
I i George
i ' Kb I Hi in i - ani i -
V" no- .ii ,,.,. parplaalJ
that Ini iDd abroad, In public or in
heart. ..nit bom oi hP ,tl| In hls duties.
|| ili-> he deserve the farewell
I lie ol .ill nil Governments and
!M> friends. II is at shia time
1 II it mpaiHOii and" sympa-
ycars wi .,,., nn(1
\|.|n.il W illnliv.wn
lii Laud Dispute
GENERAL ELECTION 1951
Counsel for Edith Johnson
ihe Johnson Harold Dunnah
Court of Error lult yesterday.
withdrew iheii appeal before 111*
I midship Sir Allan Collymore.
Johnson had appealed against th*
necition of the Lower Court anal
then the Cou.t of Appeal In
which she had been .uered to
quit and rjv* up peaceful posses-
sion o! land whi.h Dunnah con-
li oiled
Johruion was represented by Mr.
E w i; i tad by Mr.
H. O. St C. Cumberbatch, solici-
tor of Messrs Haynes a Griffith
Dunnah who is the qualifle-: aci-
ng executor of the will of laaac
Forde. was represented by Mr
I>. Ii I. Ward, instfuctad by
Cottlc. Cattord.
Both Dunnah ai.d Johnson lived
Hi the Belle Gull>, St HMiail
The land of which Johnson had
l een ordered to give up peaceful
possession, was a spot Dunnah
ilaimed he ivnted her by a week.
tenancy He had given bar
notice lo quit on July and 19
1 \ III. lit O I -l.lll -Ml-ll
In their reason.-- for oidenng
her to quit. Their llonouis of tht
Assistant Court of Appeal Mated
that after a careful con
I f the evidence, they
lied that Johnson had f
pfetd iint to Dunnah. That evi-
i l been confirm cd by the
icnt books produced
The ground' or appeal I
I een that the decision was against
the weight of the evidence; there
' ui not sufficiently cieai and
tonsistent evidence before the
Court to establish the relationship
between the respondent and the
appellant or between the appal-
lanl and other party; the questloi
of the title having all
learned |i urlad|ctloa
whatevei La cau*
When the appeal in the Court
| darted on Januarj ta
fog Johnson had asked
Ii-.im- t.i .itnend the second gioum
of appeal by changing the DOOM
which stilted Uigg there was
and substitute thai
rent book-* were not adnuaalbM IB
evidence.
FOOTBALL
MEETING TODAY
MILLER put- the ball throu|h -lip. off Atklnton during the Fifth Test at Sydney cricket ground on

New Zealand Score 236

f i
. ac was a lovr
.. ,llh ^ |}B, A M1 i^mr L'V *'
( llltibi CHUBCH, Fvl
Tile West IlHl
I up-
match wluji no Idea of regal pome 7, *i ..,
II .1 -.. II.. L...(... ,,_____ ..<...... 11*.^ >HUHH1
,..inl Ne
IT The


OJ Beat Convent
1410 At Netbali

mark 1
1 of Ihe King

1
before them, utmost Hfi
i personages, denied m
Of ordin
ra)vtng to -ivc so mud

Royal Cluractet
1
to U1.1t valiant
now blood of
oo of the days when Buck- J" '"' ";"*> *";1T,a,.,,,',i K""i
On
I "luht up
......I benula Ibdaa two .
dow opp rtich H *Lanled htr,'nBlh "'
-nd ,n' I' ;^V ;., Hi. mother
.. ,-'k.',
ttn Ptrvto -i 1
belongs the consolali!> was caught l
< 1, 1
Goddard who won the ilm Iook iugi d froqi the (act ihat at lunch
...it with him Won... * 41 Tor 1. the first 50

'
and Gul ru a Bulcum mho
1 1 innings
f. Burtt, A M 1 k most
' kepi the lead until the end:
' l h-eQuoau's College goal scerei
1 P.t brownennd ClPnd 1
Natto SOored for the UrsuUn.
"a*' ''> Convent.
' -' m The millth bjtwaajB
( li;Tm. ReHtitv
eatUnfl anth all .:. \( BaHd, y -
. that our hearts go out r, \v i
1

At ihe 1
Veal Indies

tak 1
pin Rant Ktfl .
the wicket
Queen's College .
feated the Ursuflne Convent
14 goals to 10 in a netbali match
which was played at Ihe Ursulioc
Convent. A fair crowd watched
the Kaiue which was cxdtlnfc
t tea the ihrougbout and at half tune the
eot team was leading will;
ihe score at 17. Afler pl-o
lesumed the Queen's College girl
I .it themselves in the lead ain
The Council of the B.A F.A.
meet at Y.M.C.A. Headquarter.
at 5 p.m. this afternoon. Chief
items on the agenda will be first
to decide whether the B.A.F.A.
should join the Caribbean Fool-
ball Federalion. secondly to ap-
prove formally of the arrange-
ments with the Pickwick C.C.
.rent the grounds and stands
terday dc-j Kensington for the purpose
" staging the 1952 football season
and finally to receive Ihe Finan-
ci.il Statement and Secretary'i
Report for the 1951 football sea-
rtth
-i
. Ramadhl

.r i. i.-.irled back
by the cxpl"ion. Amidst all Uial,
allhouah I : so oftei
1 rtever 1 iisode un-
'
-I It, or
Unnmht LI ol
than the (Oldicrs in V^
: 1
pan of the !<
tl no doubt

centuries
beini In our life

dearly cherished by the whole aa-
1 people, In the
lion it has acquir-
..
in former time>
own has become a mys-
terious link. Indeed I may ssy
magic link, which unites o
"'or'^unuo- *l*i..tion of the Crown; but
... know het well and
understand how her gifts and
ZSSES. \< \. J llvJtd,,. """' of her husband, the Duke
-***. """ '
e, are th<-
foremost to be proud of their loy -
the fiown.

. who
on top.
Olympl:
now 1
Hunt huwMM.
Learn from
the hospital.
Whenever
infection
threatens
in your home,
use *
PARISH OF CHRIST III Ml II
Summary of (.lection Kvpen*cs
Ai required by Section 43 Sub-aertion T of the Reprciei.tatu.'
Peoplr IMivellaneou* Provii.onil Act. I0SI
lim l
4 t4. >>* r^ ac r*i - IM.
S c c t c t c
'ersonal Living Ex-
penaea...... 40 00
'eUy Expenses & 00 __ 00 20
Hire of Premises
Jghting of Premises 00
rlnUng 55 50 55 50 44 00 23 Oi)
Newspaper Advertising _ g 00 11 64
distribution of Adver-
tising Material _ M 00 on
ald to canvassers 7M 07 TfJ 07 8 50
Mlowances to speakers _
Clerks and Messenger* _ 21 00
Exp on Pottage, Stationers and Miscella-

neous expenses not
enumerated above 1)10 00 120 00 501 64 302 00
TOTAL .. 8.3 57 M 57 817 64 458 31
Notice Is hereby given th;il these returns .nnd the documents :-i
support thereof can be inspected at my Office, at the Parochial Treas-
ury. Maxwell. Christ Church, on Monday llth. Tuesday 12th ana
Wednesday 13th February. 1952 from 10 OO a.m. to 2 00 p.m
H. StG. WARD.
Returning Officer.
Parish of Christ Church
Be
Smart!
Look
Smart!
Maenson Exclusia
WOOLLEN TARTAN SUITS
A very hih class ENGLISH TAILORED
SUIT for Ladies who are thinking of
travelling. Genuine Tartans in the tra-
ditional Lindsay. Black Watch and
Hunting Fraser designs.
well the King did hi.
' fulfilled her hopes, and
of all her knowing, how inuoh
. red for her
i must leave the present
1 paM and Uu
Famous nave
reigns of our Queen- Some of
In out
i tved unik'r
centre, Horn that ere
pseond Queen I
(TuiinK the Inrono In
hag Lvanty-alxth rear, our
tlsauahti are ii rtad back
400 years to the rnog-
iniiieni fknsn arbe praafcltd
o\er. and in many ways
embodied and inspired the
h'randeur and genius of the
Kli;.itHthan SJJi
Queen UxanaUi Beeond, gka
hei predecessor, had not passed
her childhood in any
WEATHER KEPORT
\i BtnUMi
tt.iiiil.ill 11tint i Teaal nlafall far Masdfa to
dalr: .05 in.
HiKhe Lowest Teniperiture:
7I.5*F.
Wind Velartly: 12 miles per
hear
Barometer if" a.m ) J0.00I
13 p.m.) t$Mt
TODA1
Sunrkte: 6.12 m
Sunset: 6.01 p.m.
Moon: First Quarter. I>l '
Llfhlluc 6.10 p.m.
Ilir.h Tide: ;t.!B a.m.. LN
p.m.
Low Tide: 8.2.1 am.. 9.1.
p.m.
UAH RESULTS
following lie yesterday's results
1 tennis pl>ed ai Belleville
MBTI

mule. The
n n Bfob joined
I-
"' b> Wor- ,;. n. Lawless and D. E^ Worms
,ell on Valentine for 15 and with Deal 8, P, and J. H. Edghill 63
the score at 193. dome/ was 62.
ba.k > lelieve Rama- p. M.G. Patterson and G. H.
was 188. Manning beat V. N. Roach and
with i n far pla| C. Wnlson 62, 61,
on Maishall in M1XKII IHH BLKS (HandWpt
lean) rnotnj the m,.a m. KJna and J, D. Trun-
i was now 28 end inghum ' i 40 beal Mr. and Mrs,
1 lota] :> POUI I arnes 30 60. 62.
i urn later Beard was run out Mr. P. McG. Patterson and J.
for 26 and Hayes joined B D. Robinson vs. Mr. A. O'N
Ihe Ii *
With live minutes
inhi on Valseaaaa* and
n but the batsmen ear-
ned the score to 236 before
limped in the last
over foi 1 leaving Moone> 44
not out.
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