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PAGE LIGHT BARBADOS AOTOCATL FRIDAY. FEBRUARY 22, 1K2 Empire Defeat College 1—0 A LAST minute goal resulting from a grounder by toft thai boat custodian Cl a 1—(i en the third match %  cason was played at Kensington Oval i ning. the crowd in the K. • %  — %  lington pavilion wn not K> lam* _^ %  rnii pan to distribute the ball amunc M in Ihe first innings, and %  arm themselves, and it was tamed Ihef huM> (.parent that the game rig. The < i 13 before WOUM l>e a hard fought one. w. t Play mmffi m from one voal area to and twice Robinson took food the bulk of the scoring in an %  through passes from his Inside left victory. Frank Taylor, but his cfforls wcr< I by good anticipation by Attacking the bowling, Aagarali llego custodian. •* caught on the i*>iindary's The Empire defi benl ** %  He in.-.i 13* minutes and on feedum tii-n rorwarda and took hit ten four*. up an.I hehl their positions on the La-gall ICOred 2i in II minutes %  ,if imn. > *tfg laduding the wlnnlnj| hit bringing 147 minutes Being constantly fed. the I wards pressed the College drh reaslon, the !" wruM CHHANA SND IN: .lied upon to pull the ball out of a threatening slciri. Twt„, i AW.I mlsh Play bv ihig time was cuncen*•*•' %  * '<**• tratcd in the College area, but caeh time a possible threat was averte-l as Smith gathered and cleared P Stubborn Defence The Collegians were not daunted despite these regular astaults on their position, and they defended stubbornly, occasionally developing a spirited attack. Their efforts were however negatived bv the Empire defenders. Grant and Bynoe. College almost got their llrsl r „ dr goal when centre forward Paul i. %  Tudor received a through pass, and out ran Hie Empire right Iwck £*' h '" buteoUided with Smith ihe T .n, -h. custodian • n The ball rolled towards the *""'"" open goal, but Grant, running ^ !" # back, quickly diverted it ovei u THINIDAD JNI> INNINGS the right win* when ht beat A^nm <• Th... a L Tram Medford before clearing uwiaTn'nw Si* b The Interval came a few seci >tn MM 'out onds later. The score was 0—0. Bii Emplie took the touch on resumption, and immediately the College forwards Initiated two good forward movements but I re nor taken advantage of by the wingmen. Bynoe the Empire right back re. placed Smith in goal because of a '„•"**l minor leg injury. The Empin quickly from these, two assaults, and onre more bore down the Held into the College area. A spectacui." m bv the College keep* ithweHed the effort whin Hop.-, the outside right kicked hard along the ground. A shot from the left winy b) Robinson Just fkimmed over the College cross bar. See-Saw Battle The game developed into an interesting see-saw baltlr during which Taylor, the Inside left, an %  •* careening through the Held, but kicked, not without danger, for smith was out i %  Ufa open goal. re tight mi: gallantly, and on one i C .erful shot bj tii reared off Its course got within yards of fiMkin Toll I *ll WM-hM. (.11-1 ft-. M. 1 ht N I ft.. 0. • for m. a lor am. n for Mi. 7 fer . 1... Ml. t for 3M. This—bailer* it or not i< a picture of Britain'* midrib* wright champion. Randolph Turpin. ui acuan (pardon the expr"ion'> against his nearest British rival. Alex Button. That is Buxton on the left. The tight an overweight match at list. '.Ub. ended when Buxton. by virtue of a badly damaged eye railed "Enough'* at the end of the seventh round. The 'needle' clement In this fight drew a capacity ctowd to Ilarringay Anna, hut the fan* registered their disapproval with frequent outburst* of slow dapping and rhythmic foot •iimptnic In Turpinfavour it should be said that ha has had a long lay off ah*M his epic fight with Suxar Ray Robinson in New York Ian September but that was hardly an excuse for -o much laying.on. Buxton. on the other hand, seemed intent on turning the light into a wrestling match *ith ttM roaoM that the hardest worked man lu the ring was referee Jack Hart iw."I IMS V-. \1 WITS HU ot nleheli 1 -I for s i | | an Bowum ufAi van O. H. %  w 13 1 a 1e 1 2 e H WlU'.t S II H e Uilil* 1 n i 4 A %  1 t TIH.IKR. 1 1 1 n %  Caribbean Yacht Cruise 1952 INTEREST in Ihe forthcominj; Caribbean Yaffil Cruise or^unised by the Society oi the Friends <>f EnRlish Harbour la greatly increasing and the committee is busilv 'lccuplcd in making arrangements for a special proitramme %  •I i vtnts t<) mark the occasion when a number ol •rill i>r :it anchor In the historic English Harbour betwesm the lth nnrt 21st March. the Mast House, ilhilunch is open to all person* particitjjt'na Soelet Presentatb,n of Prizes will lake place at the Admiral's House .by the Governor pi UM .Islands and Mt.. Blackburne 67 Remain In Grand National LONDON. Of the 67 entries i routining in Ihe Granno has a bigger query against its form mater, '.he Irish hore %  -ir yeais ago. he accomplished a remarkably hat trick Winning the KiUlur Hurdle Handicap, lbs I rt In the %  run. and a h I '. ( haS not run ft! Tbn year, the 87 accaptors i> been taken from a total of 84 entries. For last years ra "\ Bth TS nominations, of which 14 went out at the first acceptance Mage The standing of the many horses in the bottom half stone hSflriiCap is j surprise. Thof have a poor chance, unless a Saasre. similar td that of ia*t jwar occurs Then only the flrst two. Nickel Cnl„ n n.| ltos .1 Tan. complete,) the course wlthC'U mishap. The handicap divisions read .is I .II wi Tc at list. 71b; six list. 131b. and llt 7lb. (both inciusivei; ix be t wee n and list Sib (both Inclusive); and the remaining 53, Including last yc.ir's winner. Nickel Com. are in ttM There were no surprises in the rttm-accepttars. Cat* Creme. allotted 12t. 71b.. had no pr> with top weight, and therefore withdrew. Cottage Rake '"'I y the bead Jumpers in th<. country, are being i the. Cheltenham n M CUp. I SI %  two excellent horses and both In form thu season, wer.. so hji Ihat the owner* decided they nig rmnigh to await a belter opportunity. With Shagreen and Gi*cenxur net accepied. only Ear! mains of the trio nominated l>y the late Mr. J. V. Rank. Great things are expected of Early Mist. He Is only seven years old. and \$ b] Hiumeux mil of Sudden Dawn, by Hurry On out of Mountain Light. He i^ %  half brother to four winners on the flat. He has a pedigree more Ilk,. Unit ol a high-class flatracer 'ban a 'chaser. Besides the remarkable Humter bhera are two other winner? cl the Irish National, ley Calm (1951) and Domintek's Bar %  IMOJ Winners nl the three previous Nationals. Nickel Coin (1931). Freebooter (1950) and Russian BLAIZE WILL GO TO HENDON WTIGUA Feb 19. Advice has been received frotn •tarv ,,f State that E. J. Blaise haa been -tccepted for %  course of traininf ..t the Metropolitan Police Training School. Hendon. England. The course will commence on the 31st March. 1952. and conUnuc until the Sth September. 1952. The cost of the training will be mot from the general allocation of t\>: million art Colonial Service training under the Colonial DevelopWelfare Act and affects. neither the federal nor presidential allocations of Colonial Development and Welfare fund*. Belleville Liw u reunis r Cecilia forwards who were combining well attacked their oppneiuV goal. Cortes Gnrtlth Bl centre forward who rso good pas* from the left win 4 scored the flrst goal of the match. The score was now 1—0 with \" pressing Uie game and Irving fur the equalizer. After half tUUS fought well. Almost 19 before the end of play. F. Holder scored th* equaliser for District -A". The teams: District A: B. Coban, Foster. B. Alleyne. K. Forde. Grimes, K. Forde. F. Holder. O. Alleyne. D. Ga&kln (Capt.l. Waithe. and Blenmnn St. CecUla: S. Patrick, Downc (Capt.) F. Forde. Brathwaite. S. Jordan. K. Hinds, M. Inniss. E. Hurley, Cortex Griffith, C. Grtmih and R. Rudder. Referee: G. Carter. The seniors game was very fast in the first half. In the secwd half District A fell back and St. Cecilia forwards who were now in their stride, combined well, and raided their opponents' goal on several occasion*, but eoolkeeper Gulntomsaved well. The final blast of the whistle found the score 0—U. H. Norville. C. Haynes. C. Griflith were impressive. The teams: — District A Gulstone. K. Vanterpool. W. Mullins. F. Heal-y. E. Holder. S. Gulstone. O. For.ie. ft. Walters, L. Hoyte. C. Alleyne and Padmore. St. Cecilia: S Jordan. C. W.llinms. Fitt. N. Phillips, O. Hayn <=. P. Senly. B. Banfleld. C. OttUns, I I fill, C. Grlffllh and N. Norville. Referee G. Gill. WEATHER REPORT YESTERDAY. KaLifall from t'odrinalon: nil. Total Rainfall i>>r month U> yeaterday: .07 1ns. Highest Temperature 85.5"F Lowest Temperature: 68.3'F Wind Velocity: II miles per hour. Barometer (9 a.m.) 29.931* (3 p.m ) JS.875. TO-DAY. Sunrise: 6.24 a.sa. Sunset: 6.04 p.m. Moon: Last Quarter. February II. I.irhtinc: 6 30 pin High Tide: t 21 a.m.. I 12 p.m. Low Tide: 7.57 a.m.: R 01 .if the Leeward 1 I'lackbuine greatly regret that, owing to the death of Ills Late Majesty King v! and ofrtnl %  Churl mourning, the Fancy Dtess Ball which they i Clarence II. 7.no Tuo r.er.^-(Mari: Waveband); or VP2AJ (Amateur waveband). Houri of Op.-rflfi.ni Daih H 3" .i m and 4.30 p.m When the yachts enter English to havuiglven at H a ,u,ur OB Tuesdav. ixth M.ir.h • Wediu-s-lay. (Be, u ,n h directed to a muorlni All SUstl lltad \\ elsh Paailiere Our KINGSTON. %  Ma their Jamaica when Uli Ion :i n .it Sabm %  i i All en: %  it the All ; %  %  seen In Jamaica as the visitor.. out manoeuvred the soMsari in ,. List game. I9l il Ml r,h has been cancelled. alongside the Dockyard, or lo Phc Comrnitee hops that the. anchorage in the Harbour, o nun IMable o arrrsnn an niterP(l || ri TOat wiu (lp 1(1 tfu Harbour • I ient for that inrmg ; ,„ and to carry out simple immigrnClarence House was built in „,,„ i(IU ,,„, ri nr mMlun; there and was first occupied bj wl( | i w no harbour due* or other 1787, b wumi "iUII '-'"l""' <'.will be rt like or CUrStiee—later Kuic rharves uriui,., HI ...i.— L. .. ... '".iriis. Wi'li.iiu IV when he was commanding HMS Peonstis which i our Tin House WI ii aged in the hurricanes which struck AnV.KtO, but it hn' paired aO ..ltnost tin %  built. Its "tructure, layout and ir:terior d> oraUoi a 1787. Had it been DOSS1 lur Fa i Among other items on the pro%  i i .'i*r will alaj %  lends of the 19th and %  B fTarl tunch i m the Dockyard on Wcdncsd;. Pai uctiisrl* ..utst indisg irsre i the right for the lii-t i 0 i -..id of Nelson, (| | (j,, A sailing rux Bynoe was forced to retire aft ri half: Ksmperrter ad Tlw Cribi>ean Cruise Comm being more SSTaJUSly hurt, ami Ktkiuln in the forward line. ,v was continued the Colattacked with added naUon were however success,.fiii when Drayton i>eat Cami.,. Smith iii goal with a low one into \ the left corner Thc BOW Bl %  %  ftei %  f'" rninutea i laj In i n I goal area. Ihe referee sounded the I final whistle. \ *' The teams were as follows Harrison Colleue: C. Smith, F Trotnun. Symmonds, Mi ( Smith, G. Squires. Reid. Griffith P. Tudor. F. Tudor, G. Medford ITmntrr: Smith. B H> noe. Y Rudder, Allrvne. Maynnrri J* Hope. Drayton. DougU I 1' lor, Robinson. |j Referee SfSS Mr. L. F. Harris UM consists nf Ci.ininandei \' I T. R.N (H.i I ..^ T „ . MI H'*i Club, Antigua and W NETBALL T A P n Brj Anttoua The Queen's College Old < will %  n by 18 goals to IS .1111 %  1 > c4 ir f. T match which was plaveil %  % % %  : in t c.iii ge groui d The Crulsa n, arllJ be In d II gtime was la>t and in both halves less communication With Ebon lean %  %  Committee in Antigu lion of a* One girl lime. %  r mime Snnth M goals %  r.\ p..K .iiI goals. Phi Browne pui in eight goalfor Oueen's l' lie %  rtson Ward o( Arthur. On rcsumir.n.n. fJoJoDJ llf %  Rvt rstfltha 113 metres (2.638 m/cs) or 47 metres (6 3 m/cs)—Marine waveband. Sign* •i illlhawk"Mike N Roucr (Marin, S or VP2AJ tour waveband). English Harbour ZBO20 j They'll Do I t Every Tune Colonnade Heat Alleyne Arthur %  uiwon their match igainai AUeyne Arthui at Combermere by 4—3; the game was a keenly contesteu two goals being scored In the first half In favour of Alleyne >de fori got into their str %  i.-k goals resulted. Ston after this. Aluqrne Arthur sue' scoring the equalixer. ,|V nUni iha fTnai ksnnade goi their Ainnlng dei and Bovell .scored thw goals and one goal respectt Colonnade, while Go a th: %  ii tie in eleven innings m the first gamVi :. behind. —l\P. rl E X WHO ARE ON TOP TAILORING ON HAVING THEIR CLOTHES MADE BY P. C. S. MAFFEI & CO., LTD Top Scorers in Tailoring Prince Wm. Henry Street ;.'''''''-'-''-'.'.'.v.v.*.',v,v.*,v.v,v.'.v,v,'.'.v.-rtv//w>'rtv,i AGREED QUALITY INSIST



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• %  Kill \\ KKHKl VI BARBADOS ADVOCATE 1GI mkix w it BKtfTS %  Twice Presh Penn) Loaves Judgment A uxirtied In Damages Suit mi IM n \-t In the '..a JunsHonour %  judgment to the %  mount of vtea of en. to. 2d. to UM .'. Sr Miihael, m the case U Ion she was asking lor £50 damage* ,re buying stale lo\> EgMlf Wtlch ol Spoon quantltltf at a penny pi These vendor. '"* ,"! %  10.VW Dd Sell UNO .,ch. the price of %  fresh loaf 1' II i. u •w on behalf of Welch. .Inmed thai of a resuit % %  .::! hitting IK t A*5*P£'.. rsa said." I *oi m wry hard leave* Ulmi ^ ht amognT nixed with soft ones. 1 **w*i damage* once the hard loaves were * %  '•' Gr-ndlson told the court thai DUUNO l kl *I* e lc ^? '> . Hiof Hying nsh were brougm injo rR ( ,, th| )n ^ donkey ^p, lb* CttJ FlSh Maihct. % % %  %  imlng Road, the lint boat i" sxtwa wh a '->*•; defemUm rdl hei I yesterday, upulied ihe mai... g up wl with MS pound, of sh-i. tu Aftor .... pounds of dolphin, l many peouie waiting and the owvl ;in ,| WB| ,|,.|.imed g %  .., %  sold. *.me lime. At the time of theOn W( '' and Mr Traffic %  i l'r.. i r %  am n DM %  %  %  %  I .. a %  K V "HI h* vlowd • MAIL NOTKKS be la< "You mutt expi.tiit \c r"ido in simple doggie language thai he s nol ehafltad with out Government's meal policy.'' e only one whoa Londuii Exuii"v< KEEP SLIM-. the boat It %  even-tool beam .. Worknv n an £ ii •• shortly. fUUsURT Wl x"" K" U> i.<... MioaM.,s |) ealh B„ Misadventure 2aaT-*TS-U Bj Ch. Oh. Vestrj iWi i ,., %  Mi. r thai lu i child was about II >• %  rnonthl old and had not sljrted to ulk yol Vhv ooal pot was placed about 2 ii tin it um i>t I with the water %  that hoi black p vaiut:d tU ataa rtoUn tram ou, ~ tide the i'hoeiux I | um on Wi-dnesday. x „x voi uAvrito atolcn from motor cai vbila It %  i" of HUarj st Michael on Tad*, m* I Ij I %  <; | Coro\ when the m, Oi.-t Churd .,,. ur while ? f! "" 7 ^, m death ol Hush Wkk. waa no t Mk them to conMdi „„ um nnth-oM Infant "f lha child tion of .i coat of Uvtni allowam vta • B) M %  Huh W He >aid lhat UM VeM -..i on F-I>ruar> burni <"i lha requaai of the parochial medical i. Hi i Mr. G B. Orniith. ontcer. I.I incraaMa ID trw oa Ftbrui ^..v. Di. A parfora ad ,. t nv impusfd i Mr Goddard DVl a pi>l morlrm oxutmn.ition .it n (g nl ut ih*openiiu[ peilorniaiui motion when the lerk nd a Na Hoapttnl MoiUnn nf -songs and dance* of Spain'' 10'imposed For Bodify Harm iv nrw. which burnt for houi" and hours n 1 pactlTery oeeurred at tlu Hrli> I'UnutiOii and bears Plantation. St. Mtehael. yesterday eveninn The our at the Belle started ;>' %  %  "Mil & o'clock, burning an unc*tnnated quantity of rlpa and ptant i ant and MatL aad burnt niii out at about 7.15 o'.l-.k The canes aim tra-h were UM ONIX3N. Feb 10 property of Hon. Gerald 1 ^J&fc cthcn.^hichaurt. the Stoll theatre hut outnldo. ther>e house aawtnt ANTI-FRANCO DEMONSTRATIONS IXJNIKIN. Feb. 20 A mti-F months latter (rum the parochial n .. arhethej ti>. A-rrell. arrvlcei given could be i M r 'S£? t at the bar a C ;n l ^ Ulir Ull '"^';l": 'ilnlendadloiHi i Cibbot.< ol i. .... .."iiiral with hard Inlxmrcm OIIICIT. nkln< (a an In .:,.,. LouUc Tull o/ Martinique. M> ihelr ..atahc-. H. lid U S5.TJ22? JSHL — -*-..• viol.n IUH'I Si i fVveh Hail, reported that a oi dethtavj vI i was stolen from her reatdence. Thiclothmif belongs to Kennoth ii ROM MM Mirrtmis-r, ported for exceedlnti limit on Wednesday. There were on the Police %  aad i idintitied Thr %  II Wtckhan %  t U I I The ulht'i about J la o'clock, bun I i.f tiitnl crop upThis also burnt itvelf out al about J ./„r;E?\ht^ fi ?^r,,,. ,\ rtj-l ran sl' Applewhaltes plantation Beport %  ... I mirnln*.. %  lowance of all empl • i Veatry and paiochial pai [I Covernnit-nt and the • ttw defendant raahed In Michael and this will ai the road -md beat her, alto kickn-queau tor Wcreaaai era ... ii ami Mr B, Niles for Toll The ofh ci.mmittl on Derr/nher 10 Worri ( Court that aft t for ihoul lla to atn hourmcn |t| Barw i ( >na recently There were r\'-;, W a '' One woman wa ejected fn>m n pan 'i Ike beeh adMia lly -heatnduring the perfunnthe luoKwew congaeted. The ancf Th# .houting idopped wfaan polu-' .mivert and Uushow conInued. —I'.P. bnrao _^_^-_. aid Accepts Transfer Mr. G. B. GrlfTtth. ^ riTorovo, """ . .waa reported I* \ Token Of KcSIH'Ct %  exl limit. isidcT this cost i'i allowance."* He added that the) required thetr inodlral II | p.ti'h The cost of living has gun' CDorted lor not drawing up A •-•>< %  brought hv Tull charsup and laaty aM entitled Ui 11 Worrell wilh inflKtinu bodily In arranging the > ,m on her on December lo road -igiui. and tm fatatag to atop diwikajtd on _1U mj at a major road. On the previous d'> n 27 traffic offences recorded, and l ';?c 0 Scd"mT ^fC,1 m <"**" W !P~the peri i, li POSTMAN NHXS of WeteheA THE Chtiai Chunk Vestry alood 5 In silence at thi I Sag Sea Rock Road meeting yesteroa> „ token of """"J^ He lespect for the late Kin,: I B 1 ,.,,.,(. meeth m King's death Auto involved In the accident The veslry also decided to .'end I X-1336 owned by I' 1 "' :, Dairy of Thornrjurj r-mlly. lldl. Christ Church. Nile* was ridMother's fcvidence %  Mhei Wi(kii..:i, mother of tb agad child, said thai on l> ANTIGUA. Feb 14 ... cooking -d her house .-,;, .i Knox. Fedei.l Engim> in Whitehall. Si. Michael Thtre n „ accepted an appointment o^ I UndWlW ti., r -,[ ID UM Colonial Cngin %  s. i rlea, to the poet 01 • %  Aft.r plckli i.xi-eutive Engineer In lh i W.ik, Department ol lh< n the Colon) of INorth lu-rm-o. it U noi that they could houat. ')n going inside the house yet known, however, when M' ing his bicycle at lbs time of the ac ri da ot The front who) b< d rnaged. The of 1 i .ii were abo '! % %  igad .! ... i aeat .i\ M t:rs m i %  -ii the Gen,rr* when a 'Te >c • ,d iloapiuil S1(.nuary on Ihe rn < ._. .. -i ui* ..L .. a. P.M Exam Held On Stabbed Woman's Body Maximum Price I'or Flour \\ ill Be $9.04 Per 100 Lbs. Local traders were during the week informed 1 of Suppl.. Ung price of the 42.0O-' bay. Of DOU1 wlVlefa %  %  been fixed al $9 04 (B.WI. Curi 100 ll %  *e ground knox will "leave Antigua to ol the kitchenThe pan "' • %  "* augna the dunai or his new poai turned and pa't <>I the In hr meanwhile, action has been with the v.h^n to recruit the services of a boilini' water I t"ok op the child ('nnitiuition Engineer for Antigu i to il.. General „„,(,., ., Colonial Developm* I..Id the Welf.no Sebime which has been sir b> "" %  s ^ "" Wlrkhnm ance with the naib.idnburance Company The Fue Brigade were nolilltd. but did not turn out In etU Ihen Iteing no moon ... houseHyporaridilyDc Wilt's Aniaaa P u wd in be confi chlldIbai [>k-I'ant-i.isimg iprssp' "^ I i Dtilc ol 7uhe* Cough In youi home. Zii'^ss Cough Lozenges gn U Bska. Ihgy m;ikc *hort aWteaaaa and Ihroat irrilaliom /.,• ;uis, /uhes are ready lo it iiiin yUUl mouth at the lilM ui KM ihroal. ANTACID POWDER *•'<.< vie aw*r bom homi Mlflfaeeaed Cm, !•* • 9.r.t Do WITT'S iiJ| u-ii.1 ANTACID I K a TABIETS | Sutde'd i>l* 14 l,b<*\ %  "r taw, to f6'ei I e/iajf itUlitln In .il ui i tpfafln thi i woumlt in il.. have fut v •niycr of ft human tin-tin ^. M Ml leaves ilnIi' big II i tialui.il pfiM DETTOL THf MOOfBM ANTISCP1IC Joh| \' i' II Enjoy Your Food HAVE NO RAB ce MIIVOUS INDKiKSTION TAKE NUTROPHOS A Compound Elixir ol Thiamini. Chloride and Phosphorus. NCTBOPHOS It ofU'Ti preacrlbad by UM Medical Profession Strain, Brain Fag. I*oss nf Appelite and IT.tS. Y..11 Sal Wall, si,-.,. Wall I .-.i Wall Whaa V..ii Taka KOnoPBMM . %  -> |Jf§uti<-n you %  •'ea.fuiTycold.alJ>.ftiiryihcr-:*IlllES INtULER in your pocket M lundbag \ %  .. g*wg|riaai rota Bfadaaajaaf FaOH ALL GOOD CHtMISTS AND STOatS i s. t.AmA* A %  aco.. ai i ga w i, v,->v///////rv///^4ryavw//w//^^ FOR COMFORT RIDE A HOPPER BICYCLE THE BARBADOS FOUNDRY LTD. Whitepark Road FOR TB0SE Wtm'LL LIKE TO HEAR IIETTEH Tin-: I'liovix II E A It IIX AMI LET IS HELP YDI IKnoim your lirarinn .lilli. "hi. %  %  '! 'hurl >our neartan HH and Kl you ilh UM MaMl IM I 111.MUMSBJ I"' .in..' lu your individual need. COMPLETE WITH BATTBBIBS na i I •< % %  U %  caw. C.uaranleed b] UM SSSI i |lsl MMaal "' % % % %  laalBlft Tefl and hemonslriilion nuMla Wttbopl ..Itii.j:iti.-"|. Di.ii 12*9 ha t pp ol nlm a n t, MAMN1NG & CO. LTD.



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PACK roi'K HARn.ADOS AHVOCATE FRIDAY. FlBRlAltY M. IM2 BARBADOS AmTMtfTE Frid.v. February 22. IJ PARKING THK parking of cars in Bridgetown has been mm rolled Had is under the supervision of car ftl I V amployeo' ..ys and Transport Depart ment In addition a car park run by the Barbados Automobile Association is in great demand by car owners. Because of the rigid control of parking sites and of the introduction of "no entry" signs and of "no parking" streets the flow of vn has improved and %  t >r certain path periods is as free as can reasonably be expected In %  city %  not designed for motor vaUelai It would be wrong, however, to sue %  that BO further improvement is possible. There is need now tor retreslyng the minds nf motorists as to the meaning <>rmin (aptui Ill-fill DUNDAS Ira feeHlaf Those are th l |J'2 0, 3: .unborn U.S. finuicier. He made nulliuu ol ,,„ either or Mil % %  OTCHMIHI oen in-i.. dollars on Wall-street, was convicted in 1947 ol evading wartime call-up, and sentenced lo two and a half years' imprisonment He I . "'I;,, """""'* ,m ""' n> S-""*"* %  f !" "•>' ""•"" Dorothy Umour to making her tirst K '""" <"• ^ went to Torft?'^!-£T, j"X£re or 1!'. -'roadway appearance In a decade, at the New 'Elizabi'thnn Age. Foi the • r.s r., war. ..< on : (oxy Theatre. She is wearing a bead version .hole of apace remain* lo he con( ,, ,, n n !" '• •" %  %  ,neTr ,{ t h a t sarong that swished to fame in the q %  lo P" ""' cn lnc ,or Britain'* Sir Frank Whittle gav t .. h Hn __ .. Road tUms A Sin : plre. Ine world a practical gas turbine -rosDy-nope Koad aims. Li HI Canada, so in Alma and engine lor jet-plane propulsion., GLOVES ARE >l I KJ jean, gave UII ,i symbol f ( .r Australia. British possrsaiona in und lod41 Bnilah sclenliits still w , • thrt l.- Q r<. !"!" i na r.ff f E i in Ae. i could alona supply the ivuvi th ;. tirs JcU n lhp world Wow .—the gloves are coming otT fast in Swift, high, and sure she new world witfi coal for centuries to Not long agio it aeemed that we ihe presidential warm-up The other day. %  eroai fore* and aaeeri maun ., in Australia, vest pram ; naachad & %  Unrfl In alrplana %  ,..,„.„, attMd h-,.„ .< n_u__iuiiiti Oam Mm nd crept which performance. The sound barrier rurn an flicked hard at Democratic benator to Empire capital. Th<' pUDj ttood In Ue way of progress Kstes Kefauver, of Tennessee—who is going bore her home was on Empire M %  mrateitoui and deadly. That. too. plane an ArfOOBUl bttlll to 1 %  %  tl been stormed and Later, ndn and driven by nrlti-sh engines. ,.., %  hump.i own What a sign Is there. For U K ,,„ %  : ,i„( nip) nothing is more certain << brtn| tha terf \ t \ Wonderful to tba %  I "lua, and |n-eal .IH.HU. t*t Spptembcr, at Famborough viaoroua iisa <(i tutors saw a swepl-wingcd till the nations COlfStS In tlina s OaocTn %  rlavtlhuid lllet flash past a lew feet from ol peace, and Btrtlot down the v ,,,., f.,,,. ., Ann hn> branches the ground A moment laler the* Queen's enemies in time ol war ,. South Africa and heard a whoosh and a crack. That Hut Uwy cannot he strong in war A test pilot Nrville Duke Ukmj unlera they art itrooj in peai I Sir Roy. Brltain'l :-^ .. :',li er through :ht Siiiy the pattern under the flr.t ,... .., p| %  .1, the ><>l(tician is set by his early associations. He does not name the President — but W American needs telling that he is referIIII; t<> the fact that in his early days Truclose friend and associaOe of 1VNRB U IVndergast. of Kansas City, whose 'put.itiuti was none too savoury. The influential Washington Post takes ti ask Russell Kingman, president of the US '.awn Tennis Association, and Frank Shields, non-playing captain of America'* „..,.. ..... ,„, .. w '->avis Cup team, for criticising Frank Sedg"> " %  *" Sv ,uh t "IVZ^'^SOZX man's acceptance of a cash wedd.ng present PAPER SERVIETTES In Plain White SI.OO p.r liMiulr.il ADVOCATE STATIONERY Broad Street & Greyttone, Hutingt ••H'^IJI-d'CJI" An .Xmrrirtin To rook t-ri-ri/Z/n'/ii/ H"U t-rvr thought 0/ mm in a fraction of I hilinn: too! So fi-n to opvralv antl to frononticml om l'itrhfr'n ha* it. €.S. PITCHER %CO. Tli€> HoHois IVI10 WoiiaAiid l.osl V* \-Ihe Kin K 'H |H-r.li..n reallv nei-e<.iri'.' I)nl It lead lo hi. de.ih? i kan beta tt daocafc 1 %  cunuua VU rh paticnu arc completely cured ; ro m Australian fans. .ikrd Un.*r iietinworea ml course. It starts in .he neck. But did the operation eventual„,,,. -•. %  -, .. ^ „. lime, tntiie lant threeTaw avelopf, |> lead lo the King's death? Again. "Whatever their validity, these observareuvni back Into tha neck, ihe answer it: No. u 0nS seem ill-advised on several counts," flr 5J I Sd W eo2 Three Problems For Doeton. ^ys the Post "They have an infelicitous saved th.* K.: r wtod making the discovery of The King died from coronary f jng, coming, as they do. from the losers „,.. c„. ESfZZLi. 'ft-S'S ?rtt, tnd ar,. IIMj lo d,ss,pa.e the reputation fo, JSZ r„Sc C „ h Ti^r^"o d , i"'di !00d ."P"r< S rn.nship earned by the Amert. ,.< t .. t ... n —Th.King wan known to poodle (male), and was wondering it th< ... 1 k ,(,,. K' sulTcrinri from severe artetinl Senator could use his influence to brine: l'i .1.mil .1 Fulse Sain, t .ilunMelv. dle.e tor which he wu op-rAl tli • Ul %  ' .kill ennbled him t" "-d "I"'" %  Murth 12. 1M : erve th. nerv.. Improvement in hi. lef. was already unbassador's wife, also had a pedi n re< KOOII ll.OR KnlllltlVK Ul ll*UV lll| ,"•.... ....... — %  Mio.il In. thud day, at er the *"*'_""" U k ,M SU K 1 ,ll0 ln hi. tlr.1 words. "•" "per.lii.i Iw: he wa. more 1 '£>%."?*!? JV'.T"! ,. Ill, Km.', 'iiombo*. That rlslt had to be attached bill i"..rni.it. Ills pulse % %  *• "•"' %  _I„j~ i. Iri.. _. -Ti,.. i_ ......ii.h.1 • %  ... J i-. iiuiveil. the Kins \ Ihe brain. Recovery Was Xmaaing .... | i On Friday, Baptembar SI, King lp %  bad i au %  %  'i 'Ti of ihe luiii, Tti i' %  %  %  ml the oprrallon must be • during and after 'he operation tumour had been removed. SubTiif Queen oon locfc howtd that, not only wns the *equent X-iay examination K t niircrlng from cancer, ba xhuwed that the other lung was laiaa abcess in the completely free from Infection only other person t<>lii ofllclaUy ,,ma nn ,hl his convalescence had Hi/abetri At n H d U*ee l>*^" >"• operaltan been exceptional. time did the K. UM ** wwild QUI.KIV have hreome Only tan dayj ago the doctors reason tOt U l.e.l-ri.lilrn. rmarl.iled rtevelotyd WW the King and then proI_L-B%  ii. ... Jin: li.. i.. i. .i... '.. .... %  ibout a canine encounter. THE HUMAN TOUCH Robert Sanders, aged ..".. who comes from LuoRootee. Indiana, is known across America as "The Man with the Ticking Head." But the insurance companies are getting iwfully fed up with all that ticking and In wen not resald Mr nw**£Zt *"* K^ "> *'"'"B doltar. Vat," he ^ald. %  %  tl42> fraudulently. Say the indignant insurance people who have dished out 28,000 iir, B Mis Mutestv was a mosi conExamination of the lung ufict J„,,„__ icinnvii *-. QW %  moo "Un i.II .i.tio.1 left no nSon tc, d oars (£10,000) to Bob since 1928 He .. But examination doubt that th. whole of thr lean make his head tick at will." Tha hv ihe I if Mill i 1,.,1, fever, had Ml tin 'intb brealhlnr and nrobihlv v Threat To The Vocal Nerve ***?'| v ^ VT*". At tin %  the moma| 11 Suaday, Baptea %  i %  : %  Mi Piie* Thomas was Hasttad bi afi ^"ba i : asM>tu: C fo rkll Vee./ /m/>roremen/ At Ilrompton Hospital—and Mr P r Jon| ,''' Editor Hie .lilruraie. • Machra) .,1-.. ol B" %  l '" %  "-" •' %  The Kim lay on his right kh, done of trtti ; %  10 K>Vi Iba aurgrr.ii n lung Tin' ..; % %  sage tu the I ulmonary 11> blood vessel! which enrry half ihe must l>e need hlia n and well, fhev Id were not to know—nobody on earth could have known—that a oeratlon wa riot wa suddenly to form in an i a palliative '"-lerv of the heart bringing his %  to-day ihe life to an end. Egypt And Britain May Talk 11 %  uetti B UM "1 tha ladlai do more offTheT .i-_ ._ would improve A lUtuoa will not gel v-. K %  %  bould I the St. Nleholi The following M.i>wl|ged with U A. Lvneh .... Mrs. u YmnrtotC Mr || Wright Mrs. Buih HOwell Mr. II Illehords Anon Mr I. Cools By HAROLD GUARD LONDON, Feb. 21. BRITISH officials said Thursday that they E. o. Church. i are optimistic concerning the possibility of donations are talks beinf; started in Cairo on the Anglo %  not backed by %  %  of man%  -i. tied close to the i this tan '' lung must l>e t %  where the Wood vesavis II i structure* in this ration which """'*' nould like through t* %  iit taryi DATE: lth February. 1QS2. • ubscrtlied to the funds C HARROW (Deaconess). an $5000 Egyptian dispute. There was no official com %  nei.t on Egyptian Premier All Maher Pasha s reported siatement that Egypt must writer into "speedy negotiations" with I Britain and that he favoured a collective security' Pad with the West. "This statement was not made officially to the British trnmant It reached us only through ihe Press and therefore calls for no official .comment." a Foreign Office spokesman said R He said Britain is ready to start negotiak r white cloth tu.ris "at anv time" and that has been made votian Government several .< in spread th. in* Ki;yplun Premier knows he has only In lift a Anger and negotiations could Bd.r Ellia I. Rein E. Orcve. Gill A poor child .... l>aC"sta ft Ci I 12 <0 .14 1.00 as .14 .so so .60 .IS .71 rt' (pi* C^ n*W H** Ga' ditve $11.84 #. er 5 For Men Amtfric.n Styling Zipp Fastener 2 Hip Pockets Fob & 2 Side Pockets For Ladies American Styled Slacks in Blue—Grey—Cream For Boys Grey Flannel Shorts Cream Drill Shorts Enjoy a DOMINICA CIGAR Or Sale at Your Druggist DA COSTA & Co., Ltd.—Agents — We offer — R*l Salmon Pink aaJmoii airman Mackara! Pilchard*. Flih aupreSM Cod Ho.. LotMtar KJppan Saacka Antliovii-. 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FRIDAY, FF.BRl'ARV it. 1M2 BARBADOS MlVUCATE PAGE F1VF. MONTEGO RAY AIHFIELO BEING EXTENDED .737 NEEDED TO COMPLETE PAVILION AND FIELD Returning to Barbados <>n lIMr a (our weeks' tour embracing Antigua and St. Kitts, British Honduras. Guatemala, New Orleans and I .nd Jamaica. Wing Commanded Lawrence Eggleslield. Director Oeneral uf Civil Aviation, lold the Advocate yesterday that the Montego Bay Airfield at JaCh. Ch. Vestry Will Ask 4 Christian Principles Reaffirmed Government tor Grant At Moral Rearmament Meeting maica "is now being extendP la > ,n n^id oniv.ail> next month ed to a length sufficient to take all existing tvpeg of airpolaaM u 'i. wan piwiriK (hi %  THE Chris! Chui I H ided i< 1 $1.7:17 to defray the cost 0/ > rC iv thmn1 of the pans!: This was agreed to on the Kettle, Churehwardin and Cl.uiiin.in ot the Playing Field Committee after hi' had prceented the Veetrj eiitl second Interim report of th<> Committee The Vestry ^hopes to o,*'n. the will be raspooafhtS Tor irmkinv ngemcnlfear the lmPlekt, subadopted by in,. Vestrj ...um | > ,. rule, made by Thi —cnu-i.sed statement showing ihe Vestry, and to ensure that lh Heal as well as economic, ami crait, ana, t^o Oovcrnment (.mounts voted and expended U nrules are observed bv personu a are most anxious to take der the var^us heads, and whan It to rented. 1 similar action at Pallsadoes *i"awiy. an wtin.au01 the will tl (Kingston) amount* still required to complete proposed to pay him a salary ol 'It human hem Bi-eiiH.ine'hi, tern in the Leeth Sw Wor k *IO0O ,H regarding the drafting of airfield 2S?"H t r ^ >T \£ ? nd accident radiations, and the •* %  T V l^r. implementation of various Inter*"* ** Bon :l !" ,l,lCLr,l Contractor and Mr R. D Moulder •• %  indicted m.l thb might vice ,„ British Hond'ur^ S • -TSaZa'TsffSftJ! Ha und Stan Creak. Wing Comh "' T" "'L"! 0 i 2h ieh pressure larnuT lwra " " „ „..,, „>,,„ ,„ laantaM ui.n mandcr mieailelo mentioned accordance with Ine plan* I1. _. ...r— %  v _.„i ihem thai they should ai nvc international alMInei "^ ^ proved by the Vejry Kquipment Needed ,„„.,., ,, „.,,„„, l>cl„r, ,.,,v„l„„direr, com%  "£_ >"•' VTSZttSSSZ The money ,hc Vr„ men, ., Pra Club %  '... who allcnd111 nial'ii-nl held at : inca ai whftel |1 AIIS to put it simply, rather an ih.' four chri-.ti.in piinoflpwa ol honesty, purity, unaalflthncai and love Mi Mapp said. I'tt/H-r Miking Intltiittry Moy llv Suitable For B.W.I. \i \ mada m ""•" Ind 1 lh> i %  Supply Con the installation of the ihea have replied %  jl1 ""easts "' t ''<' '' %  pOattkM to wo *M '" *'*"-* dc. ae at the pr-sent time. The lt > " %  inrt %  Hetlrr iVa >i 1 ,i. Moral-Rearmainenl ,hia %  "" .nd trie l}bvTior-ln-a4ecuUve munication %  with Jamaica. New SrSBr JSlT JL'lSr^Si — la&Z*m'' £ '^jSS^tt JfL'l Mexico, Guatemala, and 1h Flpld lni r..i„ i British Honduras. FY01 -4i'inff t i line, to Ouatenali I i;> 1 the ,ng the wX^pVl mUS R|SS SS ft """ l 1 """ the field and digging the new ly"ng a water pipe on the ,.,,,,,.!. Routing Ml W WII art.nag,. well -s ,".s-ged b> Ihe ""vellm* UM walk from the Bell/e, he travelled by SSSTBUM and estimate! have P-'k It the entrano new Guatemalan Airjj," brrn P completed under thr I""" 1 "" —l-oating where he igton ot M. J a Cotaman. fSl 40 %  ,,M f %  %  nwt-tii'%  snUan Minister Proinspector of Roads. %  ""' '"" ceeding from there to New Orleans j, ^iditKiti \ mifrrt* I-"" lengtll >f the buil.linn > %  and Miami, he had meetings with 0 ,„,. 1<1|1(l Lj . -xled [ft such fivil Aeronautics AuprcV idc a enr park; this was not l*en I H eaulpmeat thoilties, whose Air Control areas ( n c|udel in the original < %  f %  ,1 '" 1 mUar, netbaU posts, are adjacent to the Jamaica Conlt w ,ji be gee,, that U %  '" 1 %  CrMke! trol Area, and discussed tho vt lnt ttw pid, well has conpTactlei routing and control of aircraft M how Maral Re-a an mi ntrnt. It w more than Hal*. II tried Ihst .n> polMir.! -reon '.r orsanitation Hhlrh did not have an Ideolacv which w* superior Ithai of Communhrn would fall. Many speaker* had strewed tht If poverlv and v>rdld conditions nU. It Is futile U> .11-Ttn.i to ftsht the Communist illy, .>inthing Which stressed b* th< cnnference tli rgr Wnght %  l .un! Attor led %  • % %  \ii 0. S Paper eau, noaomk AIIVIM. t.> u.. %  -HI of Trinida B w 1 after inessJIiii i> and Sssleaaie raspectiv<-i the te.iinir.il Hsftsveeac) 111 laehasti led dsvelepaia n l %  >< PMrto Rko Mi Wnaht ami Mr Faplneau arrived hen> on Wednesday evegdng by 11 w 1 A .. suying at ihe Marine Hotel Mr Wnrht sraV %  %  lit Commute* the rrtatdad Clieaabei el Conuneros and chalrrnan ..t the Ixical Iml %  rd the Slmplea Tun,II.,.. ,MIC fa. %  ...,,--.. Carolina and Rluxte Wusd gad they are to have Id. M\.I..I T-Hh Corporation t teeth and distribute them in the l .no„ Paper Making can we iii.inge iet, rhere u %  group ol industrlv l>\ en vi,| UJ ^ Hi "tarted b] Sir (Jeiahl WI| 11 All those went to form U* >->. LM uadei Ihe utg mivstiuii Man> aotaflatei %  '"" "' Caribbean Develoi of course ssnerislli ihoee fron ' ,i1 %  compieJarTraamg Europe wen rJmrlj •" whlefi iv U'lnx maini. with whether Moral! i %  nimni 11.em could cheaps the world Pkud srhkh peraUon ."• from patni dearly ovei '> Ihe 1 papei and pi pulp laeta whieh Is undei eontcroplation rttli Whilst in Puerto iUeo, he sui. middle way. the w.i\ ..I I'tiSMM MAPI* lanos with mee jip ertsnee f*aj pleasure . second moral faith if thej .,„, LtJS ..., hiui Wing aunad „, dlggjuui Ihe M eftrtL arottpa for stmmehm| GovernCojnnH-nlarn wtuSoul tl sjem to last ... u,.~ s StamSMitiF Commander Eggiosileld discussed whlch had to be abandoned BsBM. nil the gap. it would still conn tne labour Partv In detail with the Government, the eventually. It was estimated that He said th.it all the details lu.l thmc to flourish, because the Movement In Greal Untain had .1 policy to be adopted regarding a proper xuck WOU SSI been I "' Into II %  • Churchwarden masses of the people weir m.l 1".religious Impulse, maiu ot Minn .-ilrflelds. "Montego Bay airfield." reached at about forty (40) feet had a ids H clear m to Sfhal war Ini back to UM Ideotog) ol the wrrc sincere Met) idl 1 and he said, "is now being extended whereas in fact, this rw well then required and they might apright, oven though thev did not n [alnst oppressli to. a length sufficient to tske all hnd to be earned to a depth of ply to Central Oovomment for feel thai the ideology of ConununM Mapo po 1 existing types of aircraft and the sixty (80) feet before reaehlni ihe necessary funds. Ism could make the world Covenun-tit are most anxious to H 5 uck. '' "' Co mm it t ee had vUlled the ter place thoped s An industrv of tin |,. might bo suitable f.| iM BHtll Wrenditure under this site two weeks ago and It „ I H* Pre pn iKingston)." head includes the cost of digging seen thai those things mentioned A New Spirit The grcot dirficulty was to find the first well, now ubandoned. were still wanted and ihey wantMoral-Rearmament was not, 1 Ins %  propa""" """> "i ) %  stable foundations at Palisadoes The -mount expended ovei and *d U> op* ''-"*. as far as he saw. a pollganda in ordei It acbk %  ld th .1 ma.,ufa.tui. ;nd Investigations were still progbovg the original estimate hai Heal group ""suming "ie nam. of \ Ift 1nuse we want ft papei ttem tx ceeding to aacattaln how COBbeen drawn from the other heads mortnl > r and ^y" 1 To n ht 9"?" struclion could best be underwhere a saving has been effected. Opening Ol Field %  nlal stages an '. It was sun ply trvinf t.. | ip to what .. th.it he COUM give no IMI.IIIH-. Search Carried Out oraa, baa been placed IhraujM openlni ... Ika Held and (urthcr "£-£!" --SSirf Si H It "a. in,. HbdL 1. life Palisadoes had such Intlnltely The amounts voted under me ,>,,aslon. and ,f that responnibillty was not ,„.„,. Q# „,„ rMpuil dbllllv in IhK -rational conditions than various heads and the amounts They were hoping to establish camed out. wealth wOuld be pi rt of hc wot ^ !" vtlll ,,., any other potential -.itc that 'i spent, were set out in the rei>'>n. < noth ,. r p | a ymg Held In another mas hed in the long run, and • mpletothePn move to another location shouM The heads OT k B !u U u" pflrt f ,hc """ h ""' ,hc '' x wouW lo,< "" ,hcy P 0 M M ,W, parts of the world Thmti onlv he considered If no othee vilion. Enclosing the neiu. maxp^rience they had gained from It was foolish to think that <'<>nicert all solution could be found. in r, ,a nd turning in water. 1(lp establishing of this one would muntsm can be fought with sirs Press had to | The Wing Cemmonder saM Levelling field, digging new sui K. |,.I F ,hem t., make the other betbeeaus. tl SOlOgy One of n "ter. M.HA's slogan not h Mora) Re-armament Mr. Di.i.toi who jno\cd tho right, but what is right." i ,. i, iiphaM vote .it %  p twec i atkia said he beAn important queeuon • %  < M. pn because .' had he was expressing the "Will Moral l<< irtl enenl I ..nil.iliiv to the public amber when tores enough }•'.•*'" J "".' Aftet Mi Mapp.had sat dow "T1STA" CALLS FROM NEW ORLEANS I Tlala BITlved I Bay reeterda) to m Kea •>> hail %  i M rtaalque ,• ,a„, i in,,, ,,,, lb. Further (Irani mSSmSTSSL, th. n• "Wlual bafatf *a ejuld rU. I t lb. talk The Report also staled'M /' "V !" ,? ,.,,,1 sid'l become like Christ Ha ana, 00 alr..~ I The Comtniltee racomnwooa ''"",''• ".'. "' %  ,,," had JaAadTa, ,n ,h h,,Ml l fluonc,, d bv ,'"; "<" Club Ib.nked Mr Mapp In, thai Oovernmeilt be no ap'bal th, I nart ,,rio as ulronmcl „ nnd the ae In wl roached for a further aran, "n '" had expected It would. he lived, he was influenced l.\ tla ,„,„„„„„ subj.'.l. II praaMd fhT ammml of the estima c Mr McKenrle chairman ot the „, h „ ,„„„ ^ „„ ,„. jJJ|l h h ,, „„,„,„.„ wmlld amiendcd hereto to comnlel.. th, ' '^ '""' .thanked I!..' vestry for nncl |,)„ ,hlns which cold ," %  1,. IV With lh,„ moral Jbr. neM o, thru, for X' oulcial "" mannar la which they had reactll ,|, y be de-rlbed. but whl I ,, „„l that M. Mapp nslalna which il u hor-'d will "l 'he report and for Ihe kind nonetheless, had a tremendous InwmlM ,i n. ful S ZE*%J?!JtZ K,i ,he words s.„d flocice on man Could p.^.,,. „,. change alone therefore met Ins „; w ,,..,„ hli eapartaneas either e.astss ^e innafe* challenge or, be achieve-, ., M .,, K.-armament, his poliCOSf Of LIVING .imply' %  or his general hoowlCapitalism gdga on thlnfg Barn r, >„r.v re TH.,. TII, TnBrr Tni"MINDEX TABLE The Police Bain 1 Concert ai Hast '.-night begins nt 8 o'clock. I'RCW.K \MMi: Afl. Utock M.rth THE STABIt i AS.SK M, MEMORIES take place sometime during the r^'li'. 1 ?* month of March, as slready there OparMN; E.,,,,.... MADAME Btn !" ( ^ „,.„„,, ,„,. th( (1 . atK'tatint ti (>moui aria On* rtn* Omy' Pavilion for the Easter Holidays. WAiTZM rsoM vtptHfi 2 The Committee also suggest that the rules i.. copy of which hi enclosed) should be made by aVooma the Vestry and approved by the 1 '.:'!!-. Gpvornor-in-Executlve Comndttes (Amendrnerit) No 5 Act. 1948-3 J* "^ ,—-,.,. %  It Is the intention of the g4Q ,, *' A -TrBa'n Committee, as soon as the neces194 3isg .. Awauatta sary funds ore made available j 9 4 6 Iv g i i.. by the Vestr v to appoint Mr. C C 1040 23S: 19W; 228; 18*1: 243; i-... THE VAGABOND KIM; Lpg,^ Assistant Inspector of 1952. 311. ...* uimr MAMRA MiirHi Hoads. ns their Clerk at a -lalarv Increase since 1939—All Item 1 "^,OI)HAV. nt QUEEN of 810.00 per month Mr. Legall 2 11 10%; Tood Only 187 18% Thr the-'* "1 capitalism he said. had given rise to the antithesis of The foUowIngj table shows the rom mu miim and the lettei heM coal ... IIVIITK mdex figure at the n v idaolOfa Ix-twe-ti the two a i t i tn*su i a i'. .... SnKl*miLM S Oovomor-ln-Exeeutlye Comnuiw. ,.„„ „, Jnnu ; rom j,,, ^u.rf.ir The Capitalist Soclely ATIN nuroa as required by _lhe V"tr,es January—Aupmt. 1939 Basis JJJ;,,! ,',„. | 1[(llv ,d„.l „f living 33-YEAR-OLD FOR GRAND SESSIONS 111Wcrshln Mi. h A M.la 100 way. but tl was son that Pol In tliel A 114; 19,1: 121; 1942: 121; .„ wuaala. thare had been certain yesterday oDmmlttad 33-vear^ild 16; 19: 1GI : 19,5; 185; daUonk and cycles, and Ihcy Melv. Vi.lron.1 of lluuir S', 10; 1941; 22; 194 22; "" 1?,|1 .long wav from wh.1 mxl '" '•" %  %  Mara had taught. They hnd e Grand Sessions She Is charged to the materialism which destroy bylhe PoUcj Mill r.HH-lv,,.:: lot %  • he teaching of Christ and Chrisgood,, namely, four bag. of suga, Industrialization In Puerto Rico Impresses Members Of Technical Conference the property of Harold Pi.. Moral-Rearmament did not valued at 114 4. knowing IM •u-ccnt Ihe materialism Ol ",. lama lo !• .tnlcn left but the Movement was .1. Hi J I If• %  • ermitied lo nght the materiall-" On behalf ,,f Walroial in ,. ofXVbjnl Wa. ther, .IUHI Hfft'irftl IIIM.IN WHM STIHT lrirr 2 \ RMalABLt. UiiKM t.Xll-.hlHINATOK I II.'. ml in rxiM-llio %  ..i MI(Round and Thread) "-fn-rl.,11. nrnended for %  hilili.i. and adult* MOTS STI!.,.A(II!< rtWHI N... i. Pfkt ii Male lo the lormulj ol I'rol Hush Maclean, for the treatmenl of Aridity. IruIUi-dJon. Iliitil.-ii.t '"I Heartburn A luii -.Hill, 0 r mm (.iitiih suns i All HOT tN i .1 UstBT Also a ,iii shlpmrnl ot '.L ADIOl.l H i Hull-i MITE WFATIIF.HHHII ITD. %  selllnc Ace IU for HOOTS PI'Ri: |>Ml I. i 0 DRINK & ENJOY COOLING & KEFKESHING 4 I IN "Do People Really Call Me Crabby?" Do you inoir.imai feel Ihol people arm beginning lo Ihrnic you ore high-ifrung — oVwnyi fente and nervoui so hSof wou fly off me handle eai'fyf Your Nerves Can Play Strange Tricks on You I unusual i i Aunun'a i. L-.il. sMffvoea %  yetc a i lo aei .If Ibilanee -[-• i.ill\ during ine ihnuith ihe moat ir\iun DcriotU of Wfl h> Liking id.iime-tettetl Ionic coal.itiiiii.\ it.iniin Hi, inm and other Reeded nun': J I iim< ill i baasjBS the faces We Tnai'i .1.. ; !,1. 0 I as ass-oA good b) tssspSBg mr an li uill It. l r V>II I.. I l-n.i. loofe Ill-.. M.l U fl.l ell Right. I >lll ion ih. l.i-t fill f \< it ih, ,i|BB ol all tad liappily L> Chi lo help you. | upI 01 ,i hu I 1 I,,. ..,.,. I I', i I i chance ,i i.. ledgj E Dr. Chase'sNERVE FOOD HARRISON'S Broad St. SOMETHING QUITE NEW— THE ig new industries. These faclV ics he said, might incluo. mptions or special measures such %  increat-ed depreciation allow1 i I neos n e Tax purposes I'ROFESSOR C. G. Beasley. Economic Adviser to the Comptroller for Development and Welfare, returned from Puerto Rico on Wednesday evening afler attendnm the technical conference organised by the Caribh<*an Commission under the general heading of Industrial Developnd II aatarit also incluiif ment and particularlv to Finance and Fiscal Measures %  lerrttortsl govornmenta to which could be taken to assist such development in the £^^ ,a gS^ttus as M iS Caribbean territories. Chairman of the Conference large market and these conditionwas Mr. T. Moscoao. head of the are not so easily reproduced In Kconomic Development Authority other Caribbean territories alThe Conference also stressed of Puerto Rico. Sir John Saint, the though the experience gained the importance of vocational Barbados delegate at the Conleithere wdl undoubtedly be of great -ramlng so that mere would be ence. was Vice-Chairman while !issisUnce elsewhere" he said. opportunities lor the training of Professor Beasley who attended The Conference has alread> j^Vf workers to scquli durcment to bring in ment to bring in new ind unindustries. .. ohserver for the U.K. and as luued a Press Communique -um. rUh >IH Sir Qeorge Seel as ma rbing us main conclusions and r""* l^nTw? Hritish Co-Chairman was Chair, t drew very largely OR Pusrf ;|V jZS^ZTji the Committee of Finance Rican evperience in Its mam pro" lpir proaucnv. •nd Fiscal Aids to Industrial Deposali eat. He said that the Conference was held at Puerto Rico because there. they had a successful example of the carrying out of an industn ili/ation programme over the last They went actually to the opening ceremony of the lSOlt. %  ,ich was an optical fac|| Corporation. The I. HIIIIF recommendation Is thai dovernment* Oiould estabIKh development authorities, with a special ta-k of seek%  i,r to attract industrialist*. t> these Islands. Subsidiary C'ompnnies neccs-ary tar rsii I id to increa*. ,vitAgriculture • recognised that i m most of these territories, agrlroold remain the most important single activity but that the increasing pressure of populatlon and to some extent the mechanization of agricultuT. necessary to support a policy It '•sUblish new Uld ytr lSS wlirnever opportunities offered. The most profitable method "f achieving this *• Industrialization established industrial linn Memb.. -ere up subsidiary companie..--.. m „M ,„,i ..-itt. thaaldaaa Caribbean tcrntoiies. This woul.l SLSJTr^^^UtbTSr "able technical manage I l*VS?i&SZn"SZSSS^ ThcTonS^oo Mdexed at the next meeting of the ri n. industrial cor op)n|on lha Covemmrrr tnouW Caribbean Commission it, ^•r. 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ESTABLISHED 1893 Military Plans Approved In N.A.T.O. : 1,430,000 Man European Army To Be Established r, ... ... LISBON. Feb. 21. The 'North Atlantic Treaty Organization took the lirs' major decision here when Defence Ministers approved military and civilian plans for establishing a l,430,0W-man Kuropean Army. Defence Ministers adopted the report of the Military Committee by agreeing thui the plan to create a uniii.-d continental force of 14 French divisions, 12 German and Italian, each and live Benelux bv 1954, was effective In so doing they ended the long argument raised bv the French level of defence that should be mat Germans should not be adadopted by N.A.T.O. (or the commit yews—the number of divisions, planes, troops antl armament factories needed by the end of this year. Simultaneously, Foreign Ministers of 14 nations met In %  upcrsccret session to consider tb lowed to hove divisions but only .ombal team*. The military plan calls tor divisions of 13,000 men aag£ BtM supporting troops with three dl%  mposed of different national units comprising a corps which can be commanded by Generals of any of the six participating nations. rbs civilian side of the report is very important too since it included provisions for a joint Council meeting of NATO, add European Army organizations. This was the coinproiniM: reached in Lonuon during the lug Three Foreign Ministers meeting with German Chancellor Konrad Adenauer over the past week-end. I Minimi \ ;r.,'iinnl The London agreement provlded i"i joint meetings whenever ..n. member of either organization —Germany is the only European Army nation not a member of N.A.T.O.—is threatened with attack or when the overall organisations integrity Is threatened from within or without. The Defence Ministers' decision will now go before the entire N.A.T.O Council for final approval. When this expected approval % %  given European Army memberwill have the go-ahead from WA.T.Q, to draft he nnal treaty •Which will thus give Germany an indirect voice In N.A.T.O. itself and eventually give General Eisenhower a force which could meet any aggression. The Parliaments of each country will have to ratify the Pact bufore work on the army Itself actually starts and it will be at least one \car after that before :.ny German dlvisioni will be ready. Defence Ministers after finishing their meeting just before noon went into a Joint session with Finance Ministers to discuss the %  %  me problem Foreign Ministers of 14 N A TO members countries also delved into top secret discussions of the Middle East situation. The Anglo-Egyptian conflict in the Suez Canal Zone and hitherto projected schemes for an agreed effective overall defense system were under review but no decisions were taken —U.P. Yugoslavs Repatriate SYDNEY. Feb. 21 The Yugoslav Consul Genera on Thursday night attacked th. Australian government In a long Mil of complaints, stemming from his government's attempts to per%  uade Yugoslav nationals In Australia to go home. Vjekusav Curlnje in a lengthy press statement made numerous ,barge* against Australian Immigration Minister Harold Holt. Holt this morning published a Statement warning some 20.000 Yugoslav* m Australia against certain dlftVultus in returning to Australia If they are repatriated Holt said YugoUavla migrants might be unable to return to Australia If repatriated. He was commenting on Yugoslav newspaper advertisements which said that the Belgrade government is undertaking all possible measures to expedite the return ef displaced persons of Yugo-U.P. Two New Drugs May Cure T.B. T I L NEW YORK. Feb. 31 i wo new drugs for the treatment of tuberculosis were dis closed In a development thai nut be th, ntM .mportant n mans long quest to conquer the killing disease The net drugs are known as Marstlid and Rimlfon I They were both develop, i ;, ai Chemical Research Laboratories of New Jersey h was Dr. H. M Fox drugs are synthetic compounds and h i more than 100 patientwith startlini of the Roche The head of ive been used results 'in*) so far i can be taken in pill form antl quickly The hrst patients treated with the two new miracle drugs wan In Su View ltoaplt.il which is part of the V Yrt-k C\\hospital system. Many patients who had failed to respond to any kind of treatment and were marked as hnuclrss cases have so far been saved from death. B commenting on their clinual trials. Doctors Hob.uk llofT said The fundamental criterion which was applied in the selection of each patient wa. ** grossed so fur that he was no longri standard accepted form of therapy "No patient was chosen for whom beneilts 'rom bed rest antibiotics or chemotory. lung collapse or surgical therap* %  ouid be -nti.-j_.aled. Because of the rigidity of mis criterion it is evident that onl> patients with extensive disease were selected, so-called 'hopeless' rases In mnnv Instances close to terminal status" —I'.p. be made clieapl> and iaeaae had prondidste for am other U.K. Will Spend £l,377m. On Rearmament Plan LONDON. Feb 21. Britain announced Thursday night it will spend £1,377.000.000 in the coming fiscal year on its lawing rearmament programme. More than forty per cent of the amount is earmarked for planes a White Paper, issued by Government said. The paper admitted frankly that Britain's three-year £4.700.000.000 arms programme could not be realized within that time. The White Paper said there wil be live draft registrations this n4 I/I11 /Vfl/aV/V year instead of the usual four in U/X 9 IU iv/ V 1V/Y. order to increase the number of ^-& ... men available for the armed (]Q3iING T\)DA Y forces. More than 20 per cent, of the 1052-5S military budget which begins April 1st will go for aircraft and about another 20 per cent, wi! go for tanks ami other vehicles The naval programme for the year calls for the completion of about 40 new coastal and inshore minesweepers and the speeding up of the construction of 18 amphibians, frigates and five aircraft carriers. The white paper revealed that Britain requested further military equipment from the United States and thnt discussions on requests are going on now. It admitted %  i hurchlll already has said— that Britain £4,700,000,000 re..im.iment programme originally ".-heduled to lake three years will take longer The programme has been adjusted to reduce the Immediate burden on metal-using Industries. The wgiitc paper said the manpower policv would remain un,hang f -r.r. Crewmen Save Captain First BOSTON, Feb. 21. A Coastguard officer told how crewmen of the severed Feet Mercer threw tradition to the storms by forcing their ailing % kipper to mmp for safety despite his plea that he be the last to leave the WTeck. The story was told in Portland by Commander Joseph N tab of the coast guard cutter Yakulat which plucked skipper I*. C. C Paettal. 4S. of Houston. Texas and three other crew members from the Fort Mercer's bow. Other developments in the disaster of the • Inch broke In halve-; during n 'form off Chatham. Massachusctt.-. last Mond'N are 'hat two commercial tug* today ^vtv towing the stern half of the Fart Mercer aith IS sesmen abg-rd Block Island at three knob, or nbout the speed oTa walk The coast gua !" j .,. „., rreduJed to '. N x noon at Castle Island South • at 21 —--the Fort Mercer -CT t-Toi'* noon ui i_ !" %  —-.—. rjoaton. with th, turvlvorS **•"" the stern of LIZ TAYLOR MARRIES LONDON Teb. 21. Elizabeth Taylor. !•Hollywood star, mam< wddmg. J9. ui a .nor Registry office whltt 500 squealing fans tussled smh the police outside—CPDAVID NIVEN —expected here lodOt,. Tlie Ag vacate has been reliably i that film star David Nlven will be arriving in Barbados thb> morning from Trinidad on It W I A's Flight 307. due at Seawell at 10.50 o'clock. The reason for his visit or the duration of his stay is not yet known David Niven played his first nle "Without Regret" in 1835. but ic got his biggest thrill In 1MB when IK* JS gtv n the star* dressing room at his studio. England entered the war the sanu day ..lid David enlisted immediitely to serve with the Commandos. He rose to. the rank oi Lt. Colonel and spent his furlough* doing nlm work Renewed picture successes lost .,11 importance when hl< wife ITim Hollo was killed in Ba t: 1946 He re-m:irrie; Mioerdis Tersmeden. H< || the father cf two childrenDavid born In December 1*4? and Jammle born In November 1045. His hotobie. wnling. sport tennis. Book: Anything About IjOrd Nelson. Mi rg boni at Kirnemuir. Scotland, in January 1811 time when the British Crown stood in the same position as it does today—King Edward VII had died a few months before and King George V was to ba \ithin a few months, fans here will remember Mr, Nivrn In "Kb* Ui trwDirk" shnv-n a few months ago at the Olstln's Plaza, and "Stairway to Heaven U.S. Planes Destroy 19 Red Jets DOHtfl ARMY IIQ. Korea. United States Sabrejets Bhot down two MIO's today to run up this week's bag of Commum-i tighter planes to 19 destroyed, probably destroyed and damaged. Enjoying numerical advantage for a change 26 F-86 Sabres balUed 20 MKVs from a formation of %  p Russian-built fighter* observed Northeast of Slnanju in "MIG Alley". A twenty-minute dog-fight ranged from 43 000 down to 20 000 feet The Fifth Air Force shot down three MIO'S on Tuesday and destroyed two and damiged five on Wednesday. On the ground Communist forces ambssshed a UN. p.,troi west northwest of Kansong on the eastern front. Reinforcement* trying to come to Ihe aid of the patrol were pinned down by morr flre. However, additional reinforcements arrived an hour and l.*> minutes after the ambush was sprung and all UN. forces were able to disengage and reiuni to their own lines. Patrol Action Elsewhere along the 145-mile batttg front there was only probing and patrol action with a platoon the maximum sire unit Fitfhter-bomber.i slipped through cloud cover to continue 'operation strangle" against Communist transportation line* ;> id facilities The Fifth Airforce flew 321 sorties and claimed one road bridge and 12 troop buildings destroyed or damaged, and rail lines cut in 30 places. The battleship Wisconsin, flagship of Seventh Fleet Commander Vice-Admiral Harold M. Martin, heralded its return to the eastern terminal of the bnttleline on Wednesday with %  30-ton bombardment of Red transportation 1 facilities along the coast. Using air spotters the 45.000-ton battle waagon scored direct hits on two vital bridges with its main battery's 16-inch projectiles. During the nring the Wtaeotiata hurled her 5.0O0th pound of five inch ammunition Binca entering the I %  il -t'F "Flying Discs" Seen In Korea TOKYO. Feb 21. Lieutenant Oenerl O. P. Wey. :ind Far East Alrforer CoaV rtander said hi' hciidqu add nothing t.. the United States Airforce report that "flying discs" had been sighted over Korea ry 11-29 bomber crews. He said in addition it is "the desirewof sum crew member-, tha". thei %  c anonymous." The Pentagon said Tuesday that the crews of two B-29's. on* over Wonsan on Korea's east coeat and another over Sunchon in Western Korea rc*jorted they sav glowing disc-like objecu flrinr through the sky at midnight January 29. Considerable importance was ttached to the Washington an-louncement since it has been the iractice of the Airforce to scon it "flying saucer" sighting 1 US. To Make Atomic Engine Reds Riot In Jap Cities TOKYO. Feb. 21. I Japanese Press reports said I •rt*rfnizi'd Communist group>' began riots in five Japancsi cities between 5 and 6 p.m in an apparently R^onUav ated attempt to cause unrest. Kyodo Ngjws Service said ( iroups of up to 400 persons arong sometimes asaauHing itatsOna or mobbing' railway stations, made at[n Omort, Tokyo, some I 400 demonsiratora mobbed '.wo poliJremen robbing one | of them of his pistol and handcuffing him Seven of the marauder-, ware arrested afti-i .i -,uff1e between the mob and police -h.> w,f-l %  ushed to the rescue of niobhr.l | 'fneer< Fourteen persons were ( reported injured. Tear Gas Bombs III Kan..ita, abu> in luk-o anotlMr group of rjasnonstratM -ssaulted a police substation but live policemen dwpeiM-d Ihe nsob (after firing warning shois Into th* WASHINGTON. Feb 21 The United States Government ordered "immediate construct!' of a new atomic submarine engine of advanced design. The nuclear power plant to be built by General Electric Company at West Milton, New York will be an unusal model. If successful it will clear the way for i .'ruction of a sister ship to the V S. Navy's first atom submarina due to be launched in 19S4. Atomic submarines are expected In revolutionise naval warfare and the U.S. has assigned very high priority u> building a fleet of them as rapidly as possible. The Navy estimated thai the gtitgotarlnag will have a top spoad of 35 knots and will be able cruise "ten* of thousands" miles without refuelling. Because IU atomic engine will require no air, it will be abll run submerged for a very long period. The Atomic Energy Commission aaid In a brief announcement that it has authorized General EIe> trie to go ahead at once wli the actual construction of n "Intermediate energy" atomic MbnsSrlM engine on which it h. .* been doing preliminary daagjpl studies since April 1950. First Reactor The General Electm tBJgjf % %  wili !.the first nuclear reactor ever built to employ the so-enll.l "intermediate"' speed lange of neutron* The Westnighouse engine, like most research engim i employs "thermal speetl neutrons which have been drasticaliv glowed down by large amounts of a moderator such as graphite There **< n 0 danger of the inmir engine "blowing up" wnn a great explosion like an atomic bomb But If all of the mnnv safely controls on th,. should fall simultaneously it is theoretically |>ossible that i'uranium charges might "bum u|>' with Mich rapidity as to contarrinate the atmosphere nereby with heavy radioactivity There sraild be positive safeguar'l* again.it eventualities. — V.f. In Nerima in the northern aectlon of Tokyo, about SO* person* stormed Nerima railw.n Bd Uirew tear gas bombs when hi station master refused <•• operate the train for dcmoinirators. At emht p.m. reports still continued t" arrive from dUaranl parts of the ebunu> on > I I.IIKI. sUtiteil hy Comnuini-I lesl ilemoiiMr.itnrs. Those arrested ,n Ohaka w" •scribed as Koreans who demon gtialfd .uoiuifct gaa holding "f Japanese — Korean n< md ctimpulsoiy repatriation from Japnii of residing Kori Korea. Metroi-illtan police spokcsmaii .i-l that about 400 workers, student.'' and young men including Koreans of "i^eft Wln" gravea -'aged %  demonstration at Kamata dUtmt in T..kyo. He said the demonstrators started toiv.M,i nearby Omori district and the way beat up -Wltrer plsto -U.F. patrol and stole his SOPRANINOS STORY Patrick i linn owner *f "SoprinUio,* the % %  nalleet )chl ever to rreaa the Atlantic, has written the slary of the rruUe frotn FalmoaUi to Barbados especial)*' for the "Sunday Advocate." It as a stor> of adventure, the story of two young men who tiuM their IH ft g ,,. %  lllUe boat <• completely that Ihey J prerared to sail anywhere In the world In ftwr. It is s .lory thai the world Is anxious to read, and we are proud to be able to give to you first. Illustrated Miili pictures taken si sea this Nunda>. Book Your (opy ,,i .|..•Sunaa* Advoeau NOW ;OUR i WILL ATTACK LONDON. Teb. 21. I The Labour Party decided at a meeting yesterday to press IU aU (tack ag.i %  • Conservative Uii.vernment wh'-n th.> HoUpfl of I Commons resumes its adjourned debate on Foreign Affairs. The dihnle was tnterrupte I King's death .md la es n il neat T\ievd.i\ The i raotAint > esterrtB* pen l hut a P.irllarfentary %  u nt gathered there was I %  gtneral agreement that a pasV lofl vensnre against l Prime Minister Churchill tabled two weeks aio should he allow* Labour irly suspe* l nu* gsagf p.-iMhlc secret cutnI "i.lmenu bj Churchill to UW gardlng the sitt%  I'n East. Official dental that Jr.y such %  id* hns had little impression ,.>• ljibhur rc.err ( •he, elrmcnsi which tend in he hypersensitive I • \. i (nehinattbri, —atfi 1NTKNDINO to tisvel to An-tisla on a solo motor cyrlt and to broa!; ihrougti Ua lion OtirtMil into dainumlit doniliut^d Bsxtern Eaiop' in the process Is 23 yesr old John Lawrence Varnon Ho— of Brighton England Mr. Bos* nas decided Hist this will bo Us bast way to travel "down under w/tthoM bavins to resort to the orthodox method. Which he has found menus gntng to the bottom of long waiting li1 UP hope* to lease On alsrch 1". bin ftmt ha wsnts %  pillion egSS panion and has recslvad many i-'plles to hi adve.rUHenwint for same Ha sraaU to Uavsl vis Belgium Austria Rnlgarla Turkey Iran Baluchlntsri Pakistan and Indu llien hy boat to Australia probably via Bumstrs or Dutch Eaat lndir-. Ho hope" to covor an average ot 4O0 ratio* a day. and think' hr sag do this hsving (tied his ss/e on provisos Jonriieyi through Western Europe EXPRFHS Lf.N. Give Reasons Fdf Veto Of Russia I .IUNJOM, Korto, Keli U 'I'lie Hulled Nations aairl 11 had votOBg) BoVMrl ttu-inlut ship oil the Truce Supcrvi-Mii Commission because Russia is too close RcoRrapliiciilK' to KortM antl has a record ui "past parltcipalion" in the country. Communist Si i tpt M.S.A. uiui, i ertain rXHMBttena, Most political parlies rtere felt thi; would mean Indonesia would he leaving an "independent foreigr policy" and would thus INjoining the U.S bloc m the cold war The second largest party — tin Nationalist P.Nl—called for tha resignation of the Indonesian Cabinet —r.i Korea Musi Be Present PUSAN. Korea. Feb, 21. South Korea's Foreign aflnUrUli warned again that the Republic >,l Korea will not accept any decision made at proprosed seen ings of the U.N. Security Council "without our full perudpstloa Pyun Yung Tai. comm.Mu^ ,,., the proposals that tha Nation^ Securltv Council holn pern-illscrct meetings and Hi • %  'is hold Mimi from UaM to '.ii %  Past experi is favourihly toward any aecrc Onfl ranca on matters that migh BVOhrg V.ivital IF,'. Pl K'IT.-I 9ft :)iali nut .. ml or decision concernUu Korea that will adect lie intCi IN in any manner rewched with t her participation —I'.p. Oil Workers Call Strike For March 3 DENVER. Fen. 21. Rotoresentatives of 22 oil 1 rrsrlde strike to start March 3. aimed at "hitting the hrart" of the vital oil industry In support of the unionV demand'; for S twenty-five cent per hour general wage inerense. About 275.000 workers belonging t' C.I.O.. ATI,, and the Independent Oil Workers' Union would be affected b> the strike aecordins to a C.I.O. apokesman He indicated that the strike was designed primarily io cripple the r^nncry sreat tikes and Culf Coast area—the heatt n* the ->ll industry". WASHINGTON'S BIRTHDAY NEW YORK, Feb. 21 United Btati urltssa, i ron.modiiy exchanges will r | in observance 'it Washington's birthday. Canadian and European marketwill oi>er. ate a u^ui.l -Oat, SPAIN MA) MEDIATE H RALPH FORTI. TETUAN, feb. 21 Spain* possible role of BWdll toibetween the West and thMiddle East assumes important in the light of recent signlflc;m' flevelopment: which have beei taking place since exiled nationalist revertt-d to her Monsrcar protectorate. With the recent nrrival at Tetuan of Alidel JaLik jggflBsll '.f Ust N.itionali-t RgjOn Party, rriations between Spmn and] Spanl-h Morr-c^-as well ru with ihe Arab world—appeal i have reached a high degree <>' harmony .md mutual understanding —It. P. Commission stretched Lnt In another conference tent. second group of Stuff OOtCeti ., ., i„ .i tui;,i ..^iPMneni ..n pni graph five to rdne -t the vra prisoners fgghango formula. Al %  raphs *trr "I %  tcehTikM Datura iinth n %  I to a del nltlon "f %  rcp.itrintlon" hid n ..i. wfhothgf repatriation oi | oners should Uvolunlai %  .1 nianded by Allies ,r tOtl ; Two Developments There also were two devel.t men l* outside the canfafoftM lanta isMsghtog bMUraetlj on trua oelegations: 1. A pl.unhut itivelj ident Hod as a US F. to Shooting ggai damaged the Tieedom Oatr I'ndge" on the U.S. delegation's route from Muns;ui to Parununjotri with two Iximbs three hours In toil the truce talks. No one ami nit Moth sides had promised n to attack each gtfcaVl route x unjom Chinese Conn i Ptipiflg rhaigi-d that "enitriy" .1 presumably American planes h' 11 barijaroushV* bsgggssd sad strafl northeast China on 40 diffcri" %  Rods may bring up th.charga in lbs Insos t-ik* lab After n week of Communist prodolng U.N. Staff Officers Anall* urnniarizad in iha iruca supervi.i,,,, dabata (heir reasons t< r vetoing HUMIMII nienutership en lha sis naiaon Neutisl Conimisslou Io police the armiatlce. UN. Colon*; I>oordcrs on northeast Korea and the big Sovle. of VlsdivosVik Is only M miles frorn the frontier. OTJarv'f mention of "Past participaI* cloarK M-frii.fi t., Russia'iipaliou i.f the northern half Korea — above the 38th -ailti-ot the end of World Wn the seventh rii>> -MI-III ^iiiugglin<> NFW YORK, Pi I ll St.-sj .1,. r li.ui., ,, in, led on and i barged w 1th • im^Kling after i u totn HB had touml t!\pounds ot ..plun xoith IIOO.tHW in the f.il %  i hi: trunk on the arrival ..f ih. Italian liner Canla. Agents sahi inw.i> n-turnlng. from Syria aftti taking his wife nnd five chlldicu ltfal Me boarded th boat along at fienoa Thev said B silot i.i Syrian tabouret livlri li. tillI! S Hi iv cxi' irralgnad today U-foiv a Pederal Court, Possible sentence Is sevi | -U.P. Boy Scout* Jamboree Fund The West Indian Boy Scouts 'ainboree will be held In Jamaica >ei month nnd fund* are needed Tlnrbados ConUngant The Bxecutlva Committee icknowlediie the following don.->gtgj SB 'hiFlitui in BDj hen appeal. Ii to the iccounl ,f the Hoys' Scouts ASsoiatinn at Ihe Royal Bank Of lu Mi N l>. Osboume. ictuig Incatnc Taa umrmssionT Will Vou Help? i.i..,.. Mi T> v M Harass Mr1 J CoU. "p1 A. M JoiW* HI ii „,.,,., .i \-i II M,„.. I'.. > i li nn Btl gssss <• r. Nituie -i la Hi .' naa l a M apstip H Eda.ro. a t A . %  Ml was %  SCO i as, lOOtJ {rSer D|S Iil lie lit %  II. -i-ii I WtltrtlDtlK M:iMahuett l>r Hvlph Punche of Ihe Tlus. ,. D*, rtr ant of the United N .'ions resn-ned BS Professor of Harvard llmveriu without ever conducting u | n,,-.. i.. L.I* hes-n on "leave if absence" since he "s ap. . inted to Harvard m Jly I'M. U. %  hopW to sun tidies in tljo fa I but ircumstanres ove, which I have tod llttlB control" prevented th'l. Rebels Retreat II 1 nsatisfarlory Hel>el trosBM SAIGON. Indo-Chlna. Feh 21 ithdrcw iif'er sufTcTinn heavy losses In a twoday all out attack asnin>,t | fortified French outpost 30 mile: .. cording t" Frendi military communique Vietminh forces launched four aaaaults on the post of Phuky Ttiey were luceessfullv repuled DJ Vietnam troops Inside. Meanwhile, the comn under < i fort i B sector of the huge, rli c-growlng Red Rivet delta and many outposts were relieved (roftl 'he Tehel' path —I'.P. %  aid, mopping up operationrontntUOd "meceasfully" in the southBtotBal staiT Otiiccr Colonel Pu Sun proeaptlv proU t.-ii Allied %  asona for barring Russia were Is sB l l a faetory but 0*Darrow re'rterl "Unlt.-d Nations dooS not propose to enter into endlesa discussion of this topic and racomiendS your side to give o*r sta'ement serious consideration Neither side budged on questions of troops who may be i ol %  % %  during the truand the rlUllll' of ports through which they may pass. Allies held out for roplucetncn' of 3S,000 tmo|w pe r month through -even ports. Communist* still stood on 30.000 troops and four p%  Officers working on both truce supervision and srai questions will meet again St %  jtt. Friday. —r.P. UJokama in Ihe PaAiutqsAi. Captain and QASW oi tl.S SHU \ IMM.AIIIS in KiirtmdoA in 1 invite vou l visit our store, re ii-enls for Liberty nnd Company (LonU'lii Hon) Limited. We are Slockisls of: 1 in qnalllj Easfjbll China includini; Wednowood ( aslimi-rr Sweaters and Cuats DasBgUn (lloves — Argyle Sock-. ini \|.|\ MMi:


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PACE TWO BARBADOS ADVOCATE FRIDAY. FEBRIARY 22. 1152 CaJtih galtinq H IS Excellency UH I I will be addrcssir.£ the mem bers of the BI1..HION Cm] S. Tic* Association at their Annual Oneral Meetun 1 lef a. 1 30 i. MI Back FrosTs. Puerto Rico H OM K R in NTt, M.L.C.. and Mr. D. A. I I Assistant Economic Adviser In CD. and W. returned from Puerto I Wednesday evening b\ B.W.i.A. after attending the well* Oil Industrial IXvwopmtnt held here recently Special Flight B .W.I.A. ran a Special trip •*as> lerday from Trinidad, to French \ tinStnsrover from Encland lefl lust night bv B.W.I.A. for Trinidad. beam away from Trin'dad sine,last Hay, during whl'-h %  DM he bg .• % %  South Ami M. .< Ktigland and Franti' R* will IMreturning home )uH in UaM for Carnival. Routine VUit M l %  Vr N ihort visit. Hd riuiaalcd b> I %  \ iriM Hotel. He said "at he is down here On behalf of bu i-.te.csted in tha kllaB ..nd %  asm Barbados • xpeels to P. al the end of the week la Trlnsda i afta, aNucn turn m i' i I rinidud Holiday M RS E L .'. ; i In Tl midad. May Settle Here D R and MRS MARTIN HENRY Kiin land i n sTirtnaailaji bj .-. % %  %  Hotrl Royal. IM I ihed surgeon. On VUit To Uncle M R. C0I.IN WHITTAKEH w... BB| the uassenx mg fur Puarto !<•. b) J'. W I ,\ on Wednesday n route lo New York City on an tssdaAa 10 his uncle. Forestry Expert M RTDM OIUSJ US. Gov%  n aol forestry Export Who U ft Barbados a few days H mite to Mexico via Caraea He was here on a short lit accompanied i,y hi. wife. Mrs (Jill is still in Barbados staying .a Caerabsnsk. Other guests al Cicrabank inOlOda Mi:.. MrC'osh of Ottawa Canada, a friend of Air Vm%  na Hri Aithur Cowley who are also holidaying there. nd Mn w.mah of England. To Take Up Appointment L T C L %  Bilir Ot'DKJuRK ol UM British Guiana Volunteer Force. Is now in Barbados 'o n appointment as plant t saada Dry who>e aaj in Mason Hall Street will soon be opened lo the pubMr. Manuel Gonzales, Technical i l and Adviser of the New HVa of Canada Dry |n' HM Il also In Bar bail*-. He will train personnel and the manufacture of Use Bf the company in ord* would be up to the ,i'iid standard. Mr. Goruales Is staying at th< I %  HoCCl, wlnlc Mi. Oudlceik | with Mr. and Mrs. H. A II p." Station Hill Mr. Oudkeik who is a keen lover iporl particularly football, was iaat in Barbados in I93D as a mem., i,f thO Artillery Sports Club which played a series of game* I.ere. He was Captain of the B.G Volunteer football team which won both the Booker and Humphrey Cups last year. Now that he Is lessding In Barbados, he hopes to turn out for ana of (ha clubs. He play* In tha lull back pdUUon. Kennel Club 'pllE next meeting of the Barsi barios Kennel Club will bo I .Id at St. Winifred's School ,,n Tuesday February 2QUi at 5 pjn. adapt %  H "Mr.. A CREST ... A SHIFl.O WD \ MOTTO THE ARMS OF A MAfr —but the Queen will bear them VrnTS % TJ"", %  b VoU "M Th. notto li • lurvlv^ ta tn. fh^Ih?ll^._ el T'2_ s v ''nd-.i alien the knlgtiu fve om^ "unicorn—without n> change at >l.,n, people believe that Honl .? T 1 ^". ,?^ hoene them *,r ON! mat y penee Is the motto mice the dav. ot Victoria. ,,f Iba gpval hum* It Is not. It Is l-mally. a woman displays her Ui. motto of the Garter. The royal -rms not on a shield but on a 'VnoUo Is Dlru et mon droll—God lo.i'tijte. a diamond-shaped herand m> right. aldlc device introduced long ago In the first and fourth "quarbeeauae women did not normally ten" of the roval arms, three lions not C *K, fl 1 ^ c .^ "'•>•' 'or England; the lion ramHis motto is Ich darn— I aerve ^SSJS Qjecn "" .P r '." ce ** pent In the second quarter repre„..„ „.„ p„„„ r-herle. he?f b ^'„ !" "' """* %  '"! i"t''" a "•"• Scotland. In the third quar*'.' '£, ,""' fwSL, '"* !" on a lozenge lurtounded bv the i,, wi "Mill tifrMun v t M...*. GIOBE aaaa r i j. *• ... tsBsaawsstSM - ts %  ••* /•nn.* <>l il Isl-l mrd S t r. gtrjl in.it f*_W u/ 14 IU'M • outrun feathers. They axe the badge of the heir apparent to the Crown, whether Prince of Wales and the unicorn Ai ^**. wa * wom n baarlng arms she had no helmet above the shield, no crest, and no motto. As Queen, her arms bear all three. editor of Debrett. "Not necessarily on his 16th birthday—the Duke of WindWhen the King died Prince r was 16 when he became Mn became the son of the of Wales—but whenever his mothSovereign. As such, he is at once cr decides.' entitled to the badge of three —L.E.S. Indefinite SUy M RS. VIOLET B. KIRTON and her young son Grenville were among the arrivals from Kngland on Wednesday by UM ColomMe. Mi*. Klrton whv. was last here in 1MB is on an indeilnltv business visit hi transit M R. and MRS. JOHN ARCHBALD of Washington who iansit through Barbados a few days ago are at present In Dominica where Mr. ArchbaH owns estates. During their stay here they tVCfffJ guests at Cacrabank. BY THE WAY-By BegCcombe, < IIOSSUOIII. %  J 1 1 1 t 1 ^ %  • 'I*HE fxiortk and crash of Rory Canavan's lull |>elt „„„ M,e straight, or. II you will. Into the last bars of %  %  Wall i : Urn. in.' ptayara looked as though they would burst, ano | wul i b was playing a dlfferI the inn came a inly-lookiii); man. who frowned • d, "Wh.n %  rowr tVhaasjuBOB the leader, lowarlguj his instrument, replied %  lioal iwisi „i his face. H i Canl am piu ,n peace i.eie. uitiiout youi imisv Intcrniptsonar' ill /HIHHIIIf! N OT long ago a man walked backwards from Lewes to Crowborough, thus providing, If %  ins tisl 1 thought this activity would catch on. and I M that an Italian i* claiming a world record for a backwards walk of 12 miles. "To see the place towards which you might be walking receding as you leave It Unkward* is a now and vitalising experience.'' said an Olympics official. Philosophically speaking, the whole world has Ien walking backwards for some lime now. Therefore, If the Olympic Games are to have any cultural value— and nobody can doubt their i uRural message who has seen i he polyglot representatives brawling about a pole-jump—if, J repeat, thssM n %  fa havo any (ultural value, the travel allowDos f iathletes should be raised lo £1,500, and barkwaids-walklnsj should be included In the list of events. \o//llH A /„ ,/,, „///, „„. O N ha? arm the carries a haridbau made from an old fial (hai aver bclonard lo a Persian dancer (Caption under picture.) H ilhonl riimnwnt 7're drcr-ihoofiny teaton In Nfw York Stale closed foday. The foil 1 : 24 .imifcrs killed by gunthol, cj-ou'rinni. and erhaustion. (News Item ) Cat Is Guide To Blind Woman TIDY, a black and wh,i v C a< l-elonging to Mrs. Amy Balmcr. Windmill Hill, Cspel St Mai) Suffolk, is believed to be Bit tain's first "guide cat.'* Mrs. Palmer. 50, is blind and lives alone. She told me: "I had Tidy i kitten, and from the first he seemed to understand my affliction. "He leads me everywhere. He guides me carefully from room to room, making certain I avoid the furniture. "Even when I am digging In the garden he sits patiently waiting to take me back H the house." Mrs. Palmer does her own housekeeping and cooking, and Is an expert gardener. -&u tt&W) FOR ADVESTVRE AITER his admirable performances as the mad scientist in "Seven Days to Noon" and th-' murdeier In "Clouded Yellow." il was Inevitable that Barry Jones should be lured by Hollywood. M.G.M. has signed him to a part In "Plymouth Adventure," a story about the early pllcrlms to the US SPECIAL I'OIIII DISPLAY Fin: PlgrrOM TO TIIF ISLAND FI.MI HVi, \ >II'M4 Al. HUM DRILL IMM'I.AY HI A I l\L THE RETREAT AT TIII: IHU.HI: iiiDixu sniitni HISTItKI "A" I /''/ TVMBBAS MH FKHIil i/.'l ADMISSION I—I $1.00 TODAY—I SM PM TO SINDAV ............. .•"-?• : ^>! .i^. inn GRABLE: Monday Kebruary 25lh. Tufsdu.v 20lh — 4.15 & 8.30 P.M. ( \l Si: I OK AI.AKM ILorclta yOUNG) AND •ROAD llorSK" (RlchsU-d WIDMARK) B.B.C. Radio Programme i u. I'MHir-sKiiij.. t> |> in ll„u, N|.aj.,ii,r S V i Piano Playllmi-. I 11 p tn Uilrorn C>OUP. il u m Hot h>nt Nsv) PHI. Sieuntm, SIS p m tlavr %  Co. 4S p TTI PWrtS Bound IV. I R '" Th* N--.I. Ni"*' AnsnrsiSa T up m Wiii Ird-n Din II JCM IS 4.Ut T 44 p m Gel out those old Rrcordl. s ir ,> in ru,.i-„ N R0 0DAL THEAT RES FUNERAL OF H.M. KING GEORGE VI. ..ii UH not lisve bern Among the mournful rrswds that tlirunsrd Hi' atreeU t< p*> last tribute to s Delovrd Klni. But Kot.d .1 BsssstVfJl hss sreured the Hrst pirlures of thr rn iji-.ii. rerrmonles to give you *oar ehsnre. See the 2-milr lung Cortege from SiUidrinchsm House to thr suiioii.—the thousands who linrd the 3-mile route to Westminster IUII—sll ur^ppi-d In 4 solemn slleore 1h.1t bore witness to thrlr drvotrd love iH'r.MM. Iritlav -'Hid and .iiliiiuin at all shows at the 1 MI-IKI and the KOXV Also ROVAL : Nlsht shows only: WATCH HiR FCRTIIER MAVSREELS OPENINT. TO-DAV 2.30 & 8.30 and Continuing DAILY at 4.45 & 8.30 Rupert and the Pine Ogre—34 ruii-Ditv road imitn. ft •MX ot ths drawer, (g) PUnst ne made into a. BMI* *T,llt |R| tamuaUon t in to no* in(•) \ .. li. nimr fine ur tin. <0i psspsiclied 1 intonded einotl<>n. s iiociunisl i fS'ar, % %  I'.-.. f|| J I n< uti i lore 7 I iSl < I'.snt Orusen a rase jour eh it 1 I t*s • I %  y a Olieshirs. |%) i HsthO' KM MMT know She kicks ij stoul and egy$ an'"' on the iiscnii (News item.) A WAY goes the head-wainr, rubhuig his shins rueful.y. wiule her escort, nd^eung nervously with his tie, says: "My USJ what about some smoked aalUui, no. Reading on. I llnd lhal ".she" is u racehurte. TV Book now for a reiuvenatifg Treatment with helpful ad.ice on individual sVin-care and make-up it's an experience vou'll enjoy. AT KNIGHTS LIMITED. 33. BROAD STREET. EMPIRE I TO-DAV 2.30 & 8.30 DAILY at 4.4S & fl THEY ALL LIVED OUTSIDE THE LAW ...and so did the Parrot -histtaiiwrt was... six shots fired so rapidly they echo as ooe! iai ill! 1ST l*| iawltr fur wui Frum loor u U Uiia wlist h Hou ui Lords When > Oowlrr w rlisngsO YuU leave the ivsue so upai. (tl IV. tMte'.rh tn stusrt. 14 dea In the 141 HI Bib. 11 ra<; i I'.'lat BUS "oSJSl The Autumn Ell hei -uti mete bfikfc. You people hid betiet ketp well w*y trom here at %  uasM." he declirea. "ISlrtsisi ihingi miy be h.ppe" N. "Well, what J queer slliir itupi Pauline. Berl and |inet iOl never believe .1 when I tell ibem." Yea. %  hji been *n odd idvsatllfa." > %  • Kune-i "I Msrrl showlns; Funeral of the Lste Kin. •LVMPIC TO-DAY to Monday. 4.3* 115 Columbia Smash Double — •lU'RRICANE ISLAND" SUrring JON HALL—MARIE WINDSOR and "HE IS A COCKEYED WONDER" Starring MICKEY ROONEY — TERRY MOORE AnnnunrinK the arrival of:— (Terra/vo) MARBLE CHIPS in 5 colour* Fur Verandahs and Floor. T. HI HIM It I LTD. 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Publisher: Advocate Co.
Place of Publication: Bridgetown Barbados
Bridgetown, Barbados
Publication Date: Friday, February 22, 1952
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ESTABLISHED 1893
Military Plans Approved In N.A.T.O.:
1,430,000 Man European
Army To Be Established
r, ... ... LISBON. Feb. 21.
The'North Atlantic Treaty Organization took the lirs'
major decision here when Defence Ministers approved
military and civilian plans for establishing a l,430,0W-man
Kuropean Army.
Defence Ministers adopted the report of the Military
Committee by agreeing thui the plan to create a uniii.-d
continental force of 14 French divisions, 12 German and
Italian, each and live Benelux bv 1954, was effective
In so doing they ended the long
argument raised bv the French level of defence that should be
mat Germans should not be ad- adopted by N.A.T.O. (or the com-
mit yewsthe number of divis-
ions, planes, troops antl armament
factories needed by the end of this
year. Simultaneously, Foreign
Ministers of 14 nations met In
upcrsccret session to consider tb
lowed to hove divisions but only
.ombal team*.
The military plan calls tor di-
visions of 13,000 men aag BtM
supporting troops with three dl-
-mposed of different na-
tional units comprising a corps
which can be commanded by
Generals of any of the six parti-
cipating nations.
rbs civilian side of the report
is very important too since it in-
cluded provisions for a joint
Council meeting of NATO, add
European Army organizations.
This was the coinproiniM: reached
in Lonuon during the lug Three
Foreign Ministers meeting with
German Chancellor Konrad Ade-
nauer over the past week-end.
I Minimi \ ;r.,'iinnl
The London agreement provld-
ed i"i joint meetings whenever
..n. member of either organization
Germany is the only European
Army nation not a member of
N.A.T.O.is threatened with at-
tack or when the overall organi-
sations integrity Is threatened
from within or without. The De-
fence Ministers' decision will now
go before the entire N.A.T.O
Council for final approval. When
this expected approval given
European Army member- will
have the go-ahead from
WA.T.Q, to draft he nnal
treaty Which will thus give Ger-
many an indirect voice In N.A.T.O.
itself and eventually give General
Eisenhower a force which could
meet any aggression.
The Parliaments of each coun-
try will have to ratify the Pact
bufore work on the army Itself
actually starts and it will be at
least one \car after that before
:.ny German dlvisioni will be
ready.
Defence Ministers after finish-
ing their meeting just before noon
went into a Joint session with
Finance Ministers to discuss the
- me problem
Foreign Ministers of 14 N A TO
members countries also delved in-
to top secret discussions of the
Middle East situation.
The Anglo-Egyptian conflict in
the Suez Canal Zone and hitherto
projected schemes for an agreed
effective overall defense system
were under review but no decisions
were taken
U.P.
Yugoslavs
Repatriate
SYDNEY. Feb. 21
The Yugoslav Consul Genera
on Thursday night attacked th.
Australian government In a long
Mil of complaints, stemming from
his government's attempts to per-
uade Yugoslav nationals In Aus-
tralia to go home.
Vjekusav Curlnje in a lengthy
press statement made numerous
,barge* against Australian Immi-
gration Minister Harold Holt.
Holt this morning published a
Statement warning some 20.000
Yugoslav* m Australia against
certain dlftVultus in returning to
Australia If they are repatriated
Holt said YugoUavla migrants
might be unable to return to Aus-
tralia If repatriated.
He was commenting on Yugo-
slav newspaper advertisements
which said that the Belgrade gov-
ernment is undertaking all poss-
ible measures to expedite the re-
turn ef displaced persons of Yugo-
-U.P.
Two New Drugs
May Cure T.B.
T I L NEW YORK. Feb. 31
i wo new drugs for the treatment of tuberculosis were dis
closed In a development thai nut be th, ntM .mportant n
mans long quest to conquer the killing disease The net
drugs are known as Marstlid and Rimlfon
I They were both develop, i ;,ai
Chemical Research Laboratories of New Jersey
h was Dr. H. M Fox
drugs are synthetic compounds and h
i more than 100 patient- with startlini
of the Roche
The head of
ive been used
results 'in*)
so far i
can be taken in pill form antl
quickly
The hrst patients treated with the two new miracle drugs
wan In Su View ltoaplt.il which is part of the V Yrt-k C\\-
hospital system. Many patients who had failed to respond to
any kind of treatment and were marked as hnuclrss cases have
so far been saved from death.
B commenting on their clinual trials. Doctors Hob.uk
llofT said The fundamental criterion which was applied
in the selection of each patient wa. **
grossed so fur that he was no longri
standard accepted form of therapy
"No patient was chosen for whom beneilts 'rom bed rest
antibiotics or chemotory. lung collapse or surgical therap*
.ouid be -nti.-j_.aled. Because of the rigidity of mis criterion
it is evident that onl> patients with extensive disease were
selected, so-called 'hopeless' rases In mnnv Instances close to
terminal status" I'.p.
be made clieapl> and
iaeaae had pro-
ndidste for am other
U.K. Will Spend l,377m.
On Rearmament Plan
LONDON. Feb 21.
Britain announced Thursday night it will spend
1,377.000.000 in the coming fiscal year on its lawing re-
armament programme.
More than forty per cent of the amount is earmarked
for planes a White Paper, issued by Government said.
The paper admitted frankly that Britain's three-year
4.700.000.000 arms programme could not be realized
within that time.
The White Paper said there wil
be live draft registrations this n4 I/I11 /Vfl/aV/V
year instead of the usual four in U/X 9 IU iv/ V1V/Y.
order to increase the number of ^-& ...
men available for the armed (]Q3iING T\)DA Y
forces.
More than 20 per cent, of the
1052-5S military budget which be-
gins April 1st will go for aircraft
and about another 20 per cent, wi!
go for tanks ami other vehicles
The naval programme for the
year calls for the completion of
about 40 new coastal and inshore
minesweepers and the speeding
up of the construction of 18 am-
phibians, frigates and five aircraft
carriers.
The white paper revealed that
Britain requested further military
equipment from the United States
and thnt discussions on requests
are going on now. It admitted
i hurchlll already has said
that Britain 4,700,000,000 re-
..im.iment programme originally
".-heduled to lake three years will
take longer
The programme has been adjust-
ed to reduce the Immediate bur-
den on metal-using Industries.
The wgiitc paper said the man-
power policv would remain un-
,hang"f -r.r.
Crewmen Save
Captain First
BOSTON, Feb. 21.
A Coastguard officer told how
crewmen of the severed Feet
Mercer threw tradition to the
storms by forcing their ailing
?kipper to mmp for safety despite
his plea that he be the last to
leave the WTeck.
The story was told in Portland
by Commander Joseph N tab of
the coast guard cutter Yakulat
which plucked skipper I*. C. C
Paettal. 4S. of Houston. Texas and
three other crew members from
the Fort Mercer's bow. Other de-
velopments in the disaster of the
Inch broke In halve-;
during n 'form off Chatham. Mas-
sachusctt.-. last Mond'N are 'hat
two commercial tug* today ^vtv
towing the stern half of the Fart
Mercer aith IS sesmen abg-rd
Block Island at three
knob, or nbout the speed oTa
walk The coast gua
j .,. ., rreduJed to
'. N x noon at Castle Island
South
at 21 ---
the Fort Mercer -CT
t-Toi'* noon ui i_ -..
, rjoaton. with th,
turvlvorS **"" the stern of
LIZ TAYLOR MARRIES
LONDON Teb. 21.
Elizabeth Taylor. !-
Hollywood star, mam<
wddmg. J9. ui a
.nor Registry office whltt
500 squealing fans tussled smh
the police outsideCP-
DAVID NIVEN
expected here lodOt,.
Tlie Ag vacate has been reliably
i that film star David
Nlven will be arriving in Barba-
dos thb> morning from Trinidad
on It W I A's Flight 307. due at
Seawell at 10.50 o'clock.
The reason for his visit or the
duration of his stay is not yet
known
David Niven played his first
nle "Without Regret" in 1835. but
ic got his biggest thrill In 1MB
when Ik- js gtv n the star*
dressing room at his studio.
England entered the war the sanu
day ..lid David enlisted immedi-
itely to serve with the Com-
mandos. He rose to. the rank oi
Lt. Colonel and spent his furlough*
doing nlm work
Renewed picture successes lost
.,11 importance when hl< wife
ITim Hollo was killed in Ba
t: 1946 He re-m:irrie;
Mioerdis Tersmeden. H<
|| the father cf two children-
David born In December 1*4? and
Jammle born In November 1045.
His hotobie. wnling. sport
tennis. Book: Anything About
IjOrd Nelson.
Mi rg boni at Kirnemuir.
Scotland, in January 1811
time when the British Crown
stood in the same position as it
does todayKing Edward VII
had died a few months before
and King George V was to ba
\ithin a few months,
fans here will remember
Mr, Nivrn In "Kb* Ui trw- Dirk"
shnv-n a few months ago at the
Olstln's Plaza, and "Stairway to
Heaven "
U.S. Planes
Destroy 19
Red Jets
DOHtfl ARMY IIQ. Korea.
United States Sabrejets Bhot
down two MIO's today to run up
this week's bag of Commum-i
tighter planes to 19 destroyed,
probably destroyed and damaged.
Enjoying numerical advantage
for a change 26 F-86 Sabres bal-
Ued 20 MKVs from a formation of
p Russian-built fighter* observed
Northeast of Slnanju in "MIG
Alley". A twenty-minute dog-fight
ranged from 43 000 down to 20 000
feet
The Fifth Air Force shot down
three MIO'S on Tuesday and de-
stroyed two and damiged five on
Wednesday.
On the ground Communist
forces ambssshed a UN. p.,troi
west northwest of Kansong on the
eastern front. Reinforcement*
trying to come to Ihe aid of the
patrol were pinned down by mor-
r flre.
However, additional reinforce-
ments arrived an hour and l.*>
minutes after the ambush was
sprung and all UN. forces were
able to disengage and reiuni to
their own lines.
Patrol Action
Elsewhere along the 145-mile
batttg front there was only prob-
ing and patrol action with a
platoon the maximum sire unit
Fitfhter-bomber.i slipped
through cloud cover to continue
'operation strangle" against Com-
munist transportation line* ;> id
facilities The Fifth Airforce flew
321 sorties and claimed one road
bridge and 12 troop buildings de-
stroyed or damaged, and rail lines
cut in 30 places.
The battleship Wisconsin, flag-
ship of Seventh Fleet Commander
Vice-Admiral Harold M. Martin,
heralded its return to the eastern
terminal of the bnttleline on
Wednesday with 30-ton bom-
bardment of Red transportation
1 facilities along the coast. Using
air spotters the 45.000-ton battle
waagon scored direct hits on two
vital bridges with its main bat-
tery's 16-inch projectiles. During
the nring the Wtaeotiata hurled
her 5.0O0th pound of five inch am-
munition Binca entering the
I il -t'F
"Flying Discs"
Seen In Korea
TOKYO. Feb 21.
Lieutenant Oenerl O. P. Wey.
:ind Far East Alrforer CoaV
rtander said hi' hciidqu
add nothing t.. the United States
Airforce report that "flying discs"
had been sighted over Korea ry
11-29 bomber crews. He said in
addition it is "the desirewof sum
crew member-, tha". the- i c
anonymous."
The Pentagon said Tuesday
that the crews of two B-29's. on*
over Wonsan on Korea's east coeat
and another over Sunchon in
Western Korea rc*jorted they sav
glowing disc-like objecu flrinr
through the sky at midnight Jan-
uary 29.
Considerable importance was
ttached to the Washington an-
-louncement since it has been the
iractice of the Airforce to scon
it "flying saucer" sighting1-
US. To Make
Atomic
Engine
Reds Riot In
Jap Cities
TOKYO. Feb. 21. I
Japanese Press reports said I
rt*rfnizi'd Communist group>'
began riots in five Japancsi
cities between 5 and 6 p.m
in an apparently R^onUav
ated attempt to cause unrest.
Kyodo Ngjws Service said (
iroups of up to 400 persons
arong sometimes asaauHing
itatsOna or mobbing'
railway stations, made at-
[n Omort, Tokyo, some I
400 demonsiratora mobbed
'.wo poliJremen robbing one |
of them of his pistol and
handcuffing him
Seven of the marauder-, ware
arrested afti-i .i -,uff1e between
the mob and police -h.> w,f-l
ushed to the rescue of niobhr.l |
'fneer< Fourteen persons were (
reported injured.
Tear Gas Bombs
III Kan..ita, abu> in luk-o
anotlMr group of rjasnonstratM
-ssaulted a police substation but
live policemen dwpeiM-d Ihe nsob
(after firing warning shois Into th*
WASHINGTON. Feb 21
The United States Government
ordered "immediate construct!'
of a new atomic submarine en-
gine of advanced design.
The nuclear power plant to be
built by General Electric Com-
pany at West Milton, New York
will be an unusal model. If suc-
cessful it will clear the way for
i .'ruction of a sister ship
to the V S. Navy's first atom sub-
marina due to be launched in 19S4.
Atomic submarines are expected
In revolutionise naval warfare
and the U.S. has assigned very
high priority u> building a fleet
of them as rapidly as possible.
The Navy estimated thai the
gtitgotarlnag will have a top spoad
of 35 knots and will be able
cruise "ten* of thousands"
miles without refuelling.
Because iU atomic engine will
require no air, it will be abll
run submerged for a very long
period.
The Atomic Energy Commission
aaid In a brief announcement that
it has authorized General EIe> -
trie to go ahead at once wli
the actual construction of n
"Intermediate energy" atomic
MbnsSrlM engine on which it h. .*
been doing preliminary daagjpl
studies since April 1950.
First Reactor
The General Electm tBJgjf
wili !.- the first nuclear reactor
ever built to employ the so-enll.l
"intermediate"' speed lange of
neutron* The Westnighouse en-
gine, like most research engim i
employs "thermal speetl neutrons
which have been drasticaliv
glowed down by large amounts of
a moderator such as graphite
There **< n0 danger of the
inmir engine "blowing up" wnn
a great explosion like an atomic
bomb But If all of the mnnv
safely controls on th,.
should fall simultaneously it is
theoretically |>ossible that i'-
uranium charges might "bum u|>'
with Mich rapidity as to contarr-
inate the atmosphere nereby with
heavy radioactivity There sraild
be positive safeguar'l* again.it
eventualities. V.f.
In Nerima in the northern aec-
tlon of Tokyo, about SO* person*
stormed Nerima railw.n
Bd Uirew tear gas bombs when
hi station master refused <
operate the train for dcmoinira-
tors.
At emht p.m. reports still con-
tinued t" arrive from dUaranl
parts of the ebunu> on > I
I.iiki. sUtiteil hy Comnuini-I lesl
ilemoiiMr.itnrs.
Those arrested ,n Ohaka w"
scribed as Koreans who demon
gtialfd .uoiuifct gaa holding "f
Japanese Korean n< -
md ctimpulsoiy repatriation from
Japnii of residing Kori
Korea.
Metroi-illtan police spokcsmaii
.i-l that about 400 workers, stu-
dent.'' and young men including
Koreans of "i^eft Wln" gravea
-'aged demonstration at Kamata
dUtmt in T..kyo. He said the
demonstrators started
toiv.M,i nearby Omori district and
the way beat up
-Wltrer
plsto
-U.F.
patrol and stole his
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)chl ever to rreaa the At-
lantic, has written the slary
of the rruUe frotn FalmoaUi
to Barbados especial)*' for
the "Sunday Advocate." It
as a stor> of adventure, the
story of two young men who
tiuM their IH ft g ,,. lllUe
boat < completely that Ihey
J" prerared to sail any-
where In the world In ftwr.
It is s .lory thai the world
Is anxious to read, and we
are proud to be able to give
to you first. Illustrated
Miili pictures taken si sea
this Nunda>.
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i WILL
ATTACK
LONDON. Teb. 21.
I The Labour Party decided at a
meeting yesterday to press IU aU
(tack ag.i Conservative
Uii.vernment wh'-n th.> HoUpfl of
I Commons resumes its adjourned
debate on Foreign Affairs. The
! dihnle was tnterrupte I
! King's death .md la es
n il neat T\ievd.i\ The
i raotAint > esterrtB*
- pen l hut a P.irllarfentary
u nt gathered there was
I . gtneral agreement that a pasV
lofl vensnre against
l Prime Minister Churchill tabled
two weeks aio should he allow*
Labour irly suspe*
l nu* gsagf p.-iMhlc secret cutn-
I "i.lmenu bj Churchill to UW
. gardlng the sitt-
I'n East.
Official dental that Jr.y such
id* hns had
little impression ,.> ljibhur rc.err(.
he, elrmcnsi
which tend in he hypersensitive
I \. i (nehinattbri,
atfi
1NTKNDINO to tisvel to An-tisla on a solo motor cyrlt and to broa!;
ihrougti Ua lion OtirtMil into dainumlit doniliut^d Bsxtern Eaiop'
in the process Is 23 yesr old John Lawrence Varnon Ho of Brighton
England Mr. Bos* nas decided Hist this will bo Us bast way to
travel "down under- w/tthoM bavins to resort to the orthodox method.
Which he has found menus gntng to the bottom of long waiting li-1
Up hope* to lease On alsrch 1". bin ftmt ha wsnts pillion egSS
panion and has recslvad many i-'plles to hi adve.rUHenwint for same
Ha sraaU to Uavsl vis Belgium Austria Rnlgarla Turkey Iran
Baluchlntsri Pakistan and Indu llien hy boat to Australia probably
via Bumstrs or Dutch Eaat lndir-. Ho hope" to covor an average ot
4O0 ratio* a day. and think' hr sag do this hsving (tied his ss/e on
provisos Jonriieyi through Western Europe EXPRFHS
Lf.N. Give Reasons
Fdf Veto Of Russia
I .IUNJOM, Korto, Keli U
'I'lie Hulled Nations aairl 11 had votOBg) BoVMrl ttu-inlut
ship oil the Truce Supcrvi-Mii Commission because Rus-
sia is too close RcoRrapliiciilK' to KortM antl has a record
ui "past parltcipalion" in the country.
Communist Si i t Nation* deltgaUon'd Bitplanation nowevei ami she dead-
hack over Itussiu's elixibililv for ihe six pnwer neutral
Foreign Minisler
llesigns
rWAKARTA. Indonesia. Feb. 21 I
rnreign Minister Dr. Achinnd
ubardju resigned because the
Cabinci has not approved his
policy of acceptance of United
States Mutual Security Aid which
would replace ihe Economic Co-
operation Administration aid thai
Indonesia is getting thus far.
The rontroversv over Ihe accep-
tor... rat M.S.A. sUrlod a fe
weeks ago when It was disclosed
ti at BubardJO had committed
Government \u acce>pt M.S.A.
uiui, i ertain rXHMBttena, Most
political parlies rtere felt thi;
would mean Indonesia would he
leaving an "independent foreigr
policy" and would thus In- join-
ing the U.S bloc m the cold war
The second largest party tin
Nationalist P.Nlcalled for tha
resignation of the Indonesian
Cabinet
r.i
Korea Musi
Be Present
PUSAN. Korea. Feb, 21.
South Korea's Foreign aflnUrUli
warned again that the Republic >,l
Korea will not accept any decision
made at proprosed seen
ings of the U.N. Security Council
"without our full perudpstloa
Pyun Yung Tai. comm.Mu^ ,,.,
the proposals that tha
Nation^ Securltv Council holn
pern-ill- scrct meetings and Hi
'is hold Mimi
from UaM to '.ii
Past experi
is favourihly toward any aecrc
Onfl ranca on matters that migh
BVOhrg V.i- vital if,'. Pl
K'it.-i 9ft :)iali nut ..
ml or decision concernUu
Korea that will adect lie intCi
In in any manner rewched with
t her participation I'.p.
Oil Workers Call
Strike For March 3
DENVER. Fen. 21.
Rotoresentatives of 22 oil
1
rrsrlde strike to start
March 3. aimed at "hitting the
hrart" of the vital oil industry
In support of the unionV demand';
for S twenty-five cent per hour
general wage inerense. About
275.000 workers belonging t'
C.I.O.. ATI,, and the Independ-
ent Oil Workers' Union would be
affected b> the strike aecordins
to a C.I.O. apokesman He indi-
cated that the strike was designed
primarily io cripple the r^nncry
sreat tikes and Culf
Coast areathe heatt n* the ->ll
industry".
WASHINGTON'S
BIRTHDAY
NEW YORK, Feb. 21
United Btati urltssa, i
ron.modiiy exchanges will
r | in observance 'it
Washington's birthday. Canadian
and European market- will oi>er.
ate a u^ui.l -Oat,
SPAIN MA)
MEDIATE
H RALPH FORTI.
TETUAN, feb. 21
Spain* possible role of BWdll
toi- between the West and th-
Middle East assumes important
in the light of recent signlflc;m'
flevelopment: which have beei
taking place since exiled nation-
alist revertt-d to her Monsrcar
protectorate. With the recent
nrrival at Tetuan of Alidel JaLik
jggflBsll '.f Ust N.itionali-t RgjOn
Party, rriations between Spmn
and] Spanl-h Morr-c^-as well ru
with ihe Arab worldappeal i
have reached a high degree <>'
harmony .md mutual understand-
ing
It. P.
Commission stretched Lnt
In another conference tent. ,
second group of Stuff OOtCeti
., ., i .i tui;,i ..^iPMneni ..n pni
graph five to rdne -t the vra
prisoners fgghango formula. Al
raphs *trr "I tcehTikM
Datura
iinth n I to a del
nltlon "f rcp.itrintlon" hid n '
..i. wfhothgf repatriation oi |
oners should U- volunlai .1
nianded by Allies ,r tOtl ;
Two Developments
There also were two devel.t -
men l* outside the canfafoftM
lanta isMsghtog bMUraetlj on trua
oelegations:
1. A pl.un- hut itivelj ident -
Hod as a US F. to Shooting ggai
damaged the Tieedom Oatr
I'ndge" on the U.S. delegation's
route from Muns;ui to Parununjotri
with two Iximbs three hours In -
toil the truce talks. No one ami
' nit Moth sides had promised n .
to attack each gtfcaVl route x
unjom
Chinese Conn i
Ptipiflg rhaigi-d that "enitriy" .1
presumably American planes h' 11
barijaroushV* bsgggssd sad strafl
northeast China on 40 diffcri"
,
Rods may bring up
th.- charga in lbs Insos t-ik* lab
After n week of Communist prod-
olng U.N. Staff Officers Anall*
urnniarizad in iha iruca super-
vi.i,,,, dabata (heir reasons t vetoing HumImii nienutership en
lha sis naiaon Neutisl Conimisslou
Io police the armiatlce.
UN. Colon*; I>o United Natiohti Command hoi U
I is in the highest Interests of
mbers "I
he Supervts'.iy Catttoirtt*
nawn from those nation n '
rloao proximity u. Korea an I
,Mth .. record ot pi p.ntieip
ion hi KniCii '
Soviet Sllierin l>ordcrs on north-
east Korea and the big Sovle.
of VlsdivosVik Is only M
miles frorn the frontier. OTJar-
v'f mention of "Past participa-
I* cloarK M-frii.fi t., Russia'-
iipaliou i.f the northern half
Korea above the 38th
-ailti-ot the end of World Wn
the seventh rii>>
* -mi-IiI ^iiiugglin<>
NFW YORK, Pi i ll
St.-sj .1,. r, li.ui., ,, in, led on
and i barged w 1th
im^Kling after i u totn hb
had touml t!\- pounds ot ..plun
xoith IIOO.tHW in the f.il
i hi: trunk on the arrival ..f ih.
Italian liner Canla. Agents sahi
in- w.i> n-turnlng. from Syria aftti
taking his wife nnd five chlldicu
ltfal Me boarded th
boat along at fienoa Thev said
B silot i- .i Syrian tabouret livlri
li. till- I! S Hi iv cxi- '
irralgnad today U-foiv a Pederal
Court, Possible sentence Is sev-
i | -U.P.
Boy Scout*
Jamboree Fund
The West Indian Boy Scouts
'ainboree will be held In Jamaica
>ei month nnd fund* are needed
Tlnrbados ConUngant
The Bxecutlva Committee
icknowlediie the following don.->-
gtgj SB 'hi- Flitui in BDj
hen appeal.
Ii to the
iccounl ,f the Hoys' Scouts ASso-
iatinn at Ihe Royal Bank Of
lu Mi N l>. Osboume.
ictuig Incatnc Taa umrmssionT
Will Vou Help?
i.i..,..
Mi T> v M Harass

Mr- 1 J CoU- .

"p1 A. M JoiW*
HI ii ,.,,., .i
\-- i
II M,.. I'.. > i
li nn Btl gssss
< r. Nituie
-i la
Hi .'
naa l
a m apstip

H Eda.ro. a t
A . Ml
was
SCO
i as,
lOOtJ
{rSer
D|S Iil lie lit II. -i-ii .
I WtltrtlDtlK M:iMahuett
l>r Hvlph Punche of Ihe Tlus-
. ,. D*, rtr ant of the United
N .'ions resn-ned BS Professor of
Harvard llmver-
iu without ever conducting u
. | n,,-.. i.. l.i* hes-n on "leave
if absence" since he "s ap.
. inted to Harvard m Jly I'M.
U. ......" hopW to sun
tidies in tljo fa I but
, ircumstanres ove, which I have
tod llttlB control" prevented th'l.
Rebels Retreat
ii
1 nsatisfarlory
Hel>el trosBM
SAIGON. Indo-Chlna. Feh 21
. ithdrcw iif'er sufTcTinn heavy losses In a two-
day all out attack asnin>,t | fortified French outpost 30 mile:
.. cording t" Frendi military communique
Vietminh forces launched four aaaaults on the post of Phuky
Ttiey were luceessfullv repuled DJ
Vietnam troops Inside.
Meanwhile, the comn
under < i fort i
B sector of the huge, rli c-growlng Red Rivet delta and many
outposts were relieved (roftl 'he Tehel' path I'.P.
aid, mopping up operation-
rontntUOd "meceasfully" in the south-
BtotBal staiT Otiiccr Colonel
Pu Sun proeaptlv proU t.-ii Allied
asona for barring Russia were
IssBllafaetory but 0*Darrow re-
'rterl "Unlt.-d Nations dooS not
propose to enter into endlesa dis-
cussion of this topic and racom-
iendS your side to give o*r sta'e-
ment serious consideration "
Neither side budged on ques-
tions of troops who may be i ol ' '
during the tru- and the rlUllll',
of ports through which they may
pass.
Allies held out for roplucetncn'
of 3S,000 tmo|w per month through
-even ports.
Communist* still stood on 30.-
000 troops and four p-
Officers working on both truce
supervision and srai
questions will meet again St
jtt. Friday.
r.P.
UJokama
in Ihe PaAiutqsAi. Captain and Qasw oi
tl.S SHU \ IMM.AIIIS
in KiirtmdoA in1 invite vou l visit our store,
re ii-enls for Liberty nnd Company (Lon-
U'lii
Hon) Limited.
We are Slockisls of:
1 in qnalllj Easfjbll China includini; Wednowood
( aslimi-rr Sweaters and Cuats
DasBgUn (lloves Argyle Sock-.
ini \|.|\ MMi: CAVE SHEPHERD & Co.. Ltd.
10. II. 12& I : lit.....I sinvi


PACE TWO
BARBADOS ADVOCATE
FRIDAY. FEBRIARY 22. 1152
CaJtih galtinq
HIS Excellency Uh I I
will be addrcssir. the mem
bers of the Bi1..hIon Cm] S. -
Tic* Association at their Annual
Oneral Meetun1
lef a. 1 30 i. mi
Back FrosTs. Puerto Rico
HOM K R in NTt, M.L.C..
and Mr. D. A. I I
Assistant Economic Adviser In
CD. and W. returned from Puerto
I Wednesday evening b\
B.W.i.A. after attending the well*
Oil Industrial IX-
vwopmtnt held here recently
Special Flight
B.W.I.A. ran a Special trip *as>
lerday from Trinidad, to
French Dutch Guiana and Barbados i .
vith passengers moat ol
whom are planning ho pMltf
Carnival In Trinidad.
Social Welfare Adviser
MK. W. C'HJNN, Sucial WeUaie
Adviser lo the Secretary of
SUle for UM Colonies, arrived In
Barbados last night by B.W.I.A
b*OB imtish Guiana on a abort
VIS! I.
Ik- Aill be here us a guest of
the Governor and iJidv Savage
at Government House until Sat-
urday when he leave- for QMB-
ada to continue his tour of in*.
West indie*
B.C. Custom! Officer
MH. I. FEKEIKA Customs Offi-
cer of British Guiana is
now spending part of Ug m.
nxmtlW holiday in Barbados. With
bun air his wife and little daugh-
ter Marti... They are the guev
of Mr. John Pinto of Pilgrim Road
Christ Church.
On Honeymoon
ARRIVING from British Gui-
ana last night by B.W.I.A
to spend their honeymoon in Bui-
nd M v.
Foster, tyhfl | married rc-
rcntly in Georgetown.
Mr. Poster Is the son of Mr.
n HU wife is the fornsai
Manreti. i daughter m
Mr. .mil M.- Boll Palraudeau
(Jpui vilown
of Brute
Palraudeau former B.G. opening
batsman who it at present In
England
For Carnival
MRS. J. M. smith of MaHrl
Riowne's Gap. Hastings was
among the pMMagr
the French S. S Co tern M on Wi I-
nesday evening for Trinidad, Sin-
Since May
Mil JOE IIEHHEHA. Jnr.. of
Tin, Ind here
rn Wadnaaday i>\ tin- Stnsrover
from Encland lefl lust night bv
B.W.I.A. for Trinidad.
beam away from Trin'-
dad sine,- last Hay, during whl'-h
DM he bg .. South Am-
i m. .< Ktigland and Franti' R* will
Im- returning home )uH in UaM
for Carnival.
Routine VUit
Ml
Vr
* N
ihort visit.
Hd riuiaalcd b> I
\ iriM Hotel.
He said "at he is down here
On behalf of bu
i-.te.csted in tha
kllaB ..nd
'
asm
Barbados
xpeels to
P. al the end of the week
la Trlnsda i afta, aNucn
turn m i'
i
I rinidud Holiday
MRS E L
.'. ; i
In Tl midad.
May Settle Here
DR and MRS MARTIN HENRY
Kiin land
i n sTirtnaailaji bj
.-..
'
Hotrl Royal. IM I
ihed surgeon.
On VUit To Uncle
MR. C0I.IN WHITTAKEH w...
bb| the uassenx
mg fur Puarto !<. b) J'. W I ,\
on Wednesday n route lo New
York City on an tssdaAa
10 his uncle.
Forestry Expert
MR- TDM OIUsj US. Gov-
n aol forestry Export
Who U ft Barbados a few days
H mite to Mexico via
Caraea He was here on a short
lit accompanied i,y hi. wife.
Mrs (Jill is still in Barbados stay-
ing .a Caerabsnsk.
Other guests al Cicrabank in-
OlOda Mi:.. MrC'osh of Ottawa
Canada, a friend of Air Vm-
na Hri Aithur Cowley
who are also holidaying there.
nd Mn w.mah of England.
To Take Up Appointment
LT C L Bilir Ot'DKJuRK ol
UM British Guiana Volun-
teer Force. Is now in Barbados 'o
n appointment as plant
t saada Dry who>e
aaj in Mason Hall Street
will soon be opened lo the pub-
Mr. Manuel Gonzales, Technical
i l and Adviser of the New
HVa of Canada Dry |n-
' Hm Il also In Bar ba-
il*-. He will train personnel and
the manufacture of Use
Bf the company in ord*
. would be up to the
,i'iid standard.
Mr. Goruales Is staying at th<
I HoCCl, wlnlc Mi. Oudlceik
| with Mr. and Mrs. H.
A II p." Station Hill
Mr. Oudkeik who is a keen lover
' iporl particularly football, was
iaat in Barbados in I93D as a mem-
., i,f thO Artillery Sports Club
which played a series of game*
I.ere. He was Captain of the B.G
Volunteer football team which won
both the Booker and Humphrey
Cups last year.
Now that he Is lessding In Bar-
bados, he hopes to turn out for
ana of (ha clubs. He play* In tha
lull back pdUUon.
Kennel Club
'pllE next meeting of the Bar-
si barios Kennel Club will bo
I .Id at St. Winifred's School ,,n
Tuesday February 2QUi at 5 pjn.
adapt
H "Mr.. A CREST ... A SHIFl.O____WD \ MOTTO
THE ARMS OF A MAfr
but the Queen will bear them
VrnTS % TJ"", bVoU "M Th. notto li lurvlv^ ta tn.
fh^Ih?ll^._elT'2_s"v''n- d-.i alien the knlgtiu fve om^
"unicornwithout n> change at >l.,n, people believe that Honl
. .? T1^". ,?^ hoene them *,r on! mat y penee Is the motto
mice the dav. ot Victoria. ,,f Iba gpval hum* It Is not. It Is
l-mally. a woman displays her Ui. motto of the Garter. The royal
-rms not on a shield but on a 'VnoUo Is Dlru et mon drollGod
lo.i'tijte. a diamond-shaped her- and m> right.
aldlc device introduced long ago In the first and fourth "quar-
beeauae women did not normally ten" of the roval arms, three lions not
. C*K, fl1^ c .^ "'>' 'or England; the lion ram- His motto is Ich darn I aerve
^SSJS Qjecn "" .Pr'."ce** pent In the second quarter repre- .. . p r-herle. he-
?f b^'"' """* "'"! i"t''"a "" Scotland. In the third quar- *'.' ',,""' fwSL, '"*
* on a lozenge lurtounded bv the i,, Garter urf'supporuTb, iff ItoJ ^land ^^ P *ymboUM Say. C T J H.nklnK... .
.net it,. .^i...r if"iana t.h>wi "Mill tifrMun v t
m...*. GIOBE aaaar i j. *-
... tsBsaawsstSM - ts *
/nn.* <>l il
- Isl-l mrd Str.
gtrjl in.it
f*_W u/ 14 iu'm
outrun feathers. They axe the
badge of the heir apparent to the
Crown, whether Prince of Wales
and the unicorn
Ai ^**.wa* wom*n baarlng
arms she had no helmet above the
shield, no crest, and no motto. As
Queen, her arms bear all three.
editor
of Debrett. "Not necessarily on his
16th birthdaythe Duke of Wind-
When the King died Prince r was 16 when he became Mn
became the son of the of Walesbut whenever his moth-
Sovereign. As such, he is at once cr decides.'
entitled to the badge of three _
L.E.S.
Indefinite SUy
MRS. VIOLET B. KIRTON
and her young son Gren-
ville were among the arrivals
from Kngland on Wednesday by
UM ColomMe. Mi*. Klrton whv.
was last here in 1MB is on an in-
deilnltv business visit
hi transit
MR. and MRS. JOHN ARCH-
BALD of Washington who
iansit through Barbados
a few days ago are at present In
Dominica where Mr. ArchbaH
owns estates.
During their stay here they
tVCfffJ guests at Cacrabank.
BY THE WAY-By BegCcombe,
< iiossuoiii.
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'I*HE fxiortk and crash of Rory
* Canavan's
lull |>elt M,e straight, or.
II you will. Into the last bars of
' Wall i : Urn. .
in.' ptayara looked as though
they would burst, ano | wul
i b was playing a dlffer-
I the inn came a
inly-lookiii); man. who frowned
d, "Wh.n
rowr tVhaasjuBOB the leader,
lowarlguj his instrument, replied
lioal iwisi i his face.
H i Canl am piu ,n peace
i.eie. uitiiout youi imisv Intcr-
niptsonar'
ill /HIHHIIIf!
NOT long ago a man walked
backwards from Lewes to
Crowborough, thus providing, If
ins tisl 1 thought
this activity would catch on. and
I m that an Italian i* claiming
a world record for a backwards
walk of 12 miles. "To see the
place towards which you might
be walking receding as you leave
It Unkward* is a now and
vitalising experience.'' said an
Olympics official. Philosophically
speaking, the whole world has
I- en walking backwards for some
lime now. Therefore, If the Olym-
pic Games are to have any cultural
value and nobody can doubt their
i uRural message who has seen
i he polyglot representatives brawl-
ing about a pole-jumpif, J re-
peat, thssM n fa havo any
(ultural value, the travel allow-
Dos f i- athletes should be raised
lo 1,500, and barkwaids-walklnsj
should be included In the list of
events.
\o//llHA. / ,/,, ///, .
ON ha? arm the carries a harid-
bau made from an old fial (hai
aver bclonard lo a Persian dancer
(Caption under picture.)
H ilhonl riimnwnt
7're drcr-ihoofiny teaton In
Nfw York Stale closed foday. The
foil1: 24 .imifcrs killed by gunthol,
cj-ou'rinni. and erhaustion.
(News Item )
Cat Is Guide
To Blind Woman
TIDY, a black and wh,iv Ca<
l-elonging to Mrs. Amy Balmcr. .
Windmill Hill, Cspel St Mai)
Suffolk, is believed to be Bit
tain's first "guide cat.'*
Mrs. Palmer. 50, is blind and
lives alone.
She told me: "I had Tidy i
kitten, and from the first he seem-
ed to understand my affliction.
"He leads me everywhere. He
guides me carefully from room
to room, making certain I avoid
the furniture.
"Even when I am digging In
the garden he sits patiently
waiting to take me back H
the house."
Mrs. Palmer does her own
housekeeping and cooking, and
Is an expert gardener.
______-&u
tt&W) FOR ADVESTVRE
AITER his admirable perform-
ances as the mad scientist in
"Seven Days to Noon" and th-'
murdeier In "Clouded Yellow." il
was Inevitable that Barry Jones
should be lured by Hollywood.
M.G.M. has signed him to a part
In "Plymouth Adventure," a story
about the early pllcrlms to the
US
SPECIAL I'OIIII DISPLAY
Fin: PlgrrOM TO TIIF ISLAND
FI.MI HVi,
\ >II'M4 Al. HUM
DRILL IMM'I.AY
HI A I l\L THE RETREAT
AT
tiii: ihu.hi: iiiDixu sniitni
HISTItKI "A" I /''/ TVMBBAS MH FKHIil i/.'l
ADMISSION II $1.00
TODAYI SM PM TO SINDAV
............. ."-?..............
: ^>! .i^. inn GRABLE:


Monday Kebruary 25lh. Tufsdu.v 20lh 4.15 & 8.30 P.M.
( \l Si: I OK AI.AKM ILorclta yOUNG)
AND
ROAD llorSK" (RlchsU-d WIDMARK)______

B.B.C. Radio
Programme
i u.
I'MHir-sKiiij.. t> |> in llu, N|.aj.,ii,r
S V i Piano Playllmi-. I 11 p tn Uilrorn
C>oUp. il u m Hot h>nt Nsv) Phi.
Sieuntm, SIS p m tlavr Co. 4S p tti
PWrtS Bound IV. I R '" Th* N--.I.
Ni"*' AnsnrsiSa t up m Wiii
Ird-n Din
II JCM IS 4.Ut
T 44 p m Gel out those old Rrcordl.
s ir ,> in ru,.i- n Wold Alliir< I a pn Cnmpoari of Ihr
WiM-ll. p t.i Lnsli- U '.
Km Wallet On-arUma, 10 < Ttii-
rwi W 10 p m rewn Ihe Vd.toiui.
I* It u ill TTia Dvbala Coaitiniter*. IS St
p m Ptom tnr Third !*ror.imma>
R00DAL THEATRES
FUNERAL OF H.M. KING GEORGE VI.
. ..ii uh not lisve bern Among the mournful rrswds that
tlirunsrd Hi' atreeU t< p*> last tribute to s Delovrd Klni.
But Kot.d .1 BsssstVfJl hss sreured the Hrst pirlures of thr
rn iji-.ii. rerrmonles to give you *oar ehsnre.
See the 2-milr lung Cortege from SiUidrinchsm House
to thr suiioii.the thousands who linrd the 3-mile route to
Westminster IUIIsll ur^ppi-d In 4 solemn slleore 1h.1t bore
witness to thrlr drvotrd love
iH'r.MM. Iritlav -'Hid and .iiliiiuin at all shows
at the 1 mi-iki and the KOXV
Also ROVAL : Nlsht shows only:
WATCH HiR FCRTIIER MAVSREELS
OPENINT. TO-DAV 2.30 & 8.30 and Continuing
DAILY at 4.45 & 8.30
Rupert and the Pine Ogre34
ruii-Ditv road imitn. ft
MX ot ths drawer, (g)
PUnst ne made into a. bmi*
*T,llt |R|
tamuaUon t in to no* in- ()
\ .. li. nimr fine ur tin. <0i
psspsiclied 1 intonded einotl<>n.
s iiociunisl i
fS'ar,
-I'.-.. f||
J I n< uti i lore 7
I iSl
< I'.snt Orusen
a rase jour eh it
1 I t*s I y a
Olieshirs. |%)
i HsthO'
Km MMT know
She kicks ij stoul and egy$ an-
'"' on the iiscnii
(News item.)
AWAY goes the head-wainr,
rubhuig his shins rueful.y.
wiule her escort, nd^eung nervous-
ly with his tie, says: "My usj .
what about some smoked aal-
Uui, no. Reading on. I llnd lhal
".she" is u racehurte.
TV
Book now for a reiuvenatifg Treatment
with helpful ad.ice on individual sVin-care and make-up
it's an experience vou'll enjoy.
AT
KNIGHTS LIMITED.
33. BROAD STREET.
EMPIRE
I TO-DAV 2.30 & 8.30
DAILY at 4.4S & fl
They all lived
outside the law
...and so did the Parrot
-histtaiiwrt
was...
six shots
fired so rapidly
they echo
as ooe!
iai
ill!
1ST l*|
iawltr fur wui
Frum lo- or u
U Uiia wlist h
Hou ui Lords
When > Oowlrr w rlisngsO
YuU leave the ivsue so upai.
(tl IV. tMte'.rh tn stusrt. 14
dea In the
141
HI

. Bib. 11 ra<;
i I'.'lat
BUS "oSJSl
The Autumn Ell hei
-uti mete bfikfc. You people hid
betiet ketp well w*y trom here at
uasM." he declirea. "ISlrtsisi
ihingi miy be h.ppe" n.
"Well, what j queer slliir "
itupi Pauline. Berl and |inet
iOl never believe .1 when I tell
ibem." Yea. hji been *n odd
idvsatllfa." > Kune-i "I liardlv Ixlwve .: myaett.-" So rhey
.rparjte 4nd he oe. ' lind bi.

-Itr-r. 11 Dill.
JAM II A Mill SS SHOP
Next Dmir In Sinner lltiildiiiH Open until 5 P.M.
To welcome Ihe I'livscnser.. of M.V. "Stella PoUrU"
Mlt'AI. IIACiS. BASKKTS und STRAW NOVELTIES
I'l'Ki: WOOL SWEATERS & CARDIGANS
COTTON, AFTERNOON and COCKTAIL DRESSES
IRISH LINEN LUNCHEON SETS
BATIIINC SI ITS ill fUHa Ii and Collon
.1 li* C*Ik. tern"-' __ ,_
... msMKBVxZi ssft
soitit." mZ&MP*
JIST XKilli in
MEN & LADIES DRESSING TABLE SETS
LADIES ................................ Irom $10.65 to (17.80
MEN'S.................................. Irom 5.14 to $ t.40
l.AMIES REACH PACKS ..................................... I 3.08
LADIES TOILET BRUSHES .................................. I 1.92
HENS umsiiis .............................................. aoc.
I mhis BRUSHES ............................................. lit.
ALSO A NICE ASSORTMENT OF PHOTO FRAMES.
LOU BUNIN'S magical merger
ve acnon and puppetry1
PLAZA
T'JSa?'"
SAUY PARR 00
' aiPSHMNN ^i
MSllll KI9-iM < ieiHUrttmiaai.SSsil
., -.. l W-M m Plat 80MI
?-rilJLM SlOAht
Not SulUblr for Chlldrrn.
LXTRA :NEWS REEL SHOWING FUNERAL OF
THE LATE KINO
HO AY
OPENING TO-DAY 4.45 Xs 8.15
ind continuing Dally
:. 5 CLoo.!! TK.i YOU THIS!.!
T. R. EVANS & WHITFIELDS
Dial 4220 fOUR SHOE STORES DUI 4608
HTOWN
(Dial Z31H)
TODAY
2..10-1.45
4V 8.30 p.m.
& Continuinn lo Mon. 11. & 8.30 p.m
AKo: The Color Short'FESTIVAL OF LONDON"
HOYAI.
TO-DAV anly 4.30 t.lS
f.Uimbia Double
"TRAPPED BY BOSTON
III \l Kll
TO THE END OF THE EARTH"
color by TECHNICOLOR
Prorfnce'I ^v Gcr!}C^ P"t
D.:6c:e: L" Il .!;,, ,. \,n
Extra:
NEWSREEL Showln FI'NERAL
OF THE LATE KINO
To-morrow A Sunday 4.M A t 15
i; \ l n: CHAPLIN in
"CITY LIGHTS"
and
"DEAD ON ARRIVAL"
With
Edmond O'BRIEN
EXTRA
At Night Shows ONLY
N>Msrrl showlns; Funeral of the
Lste Kin.
LVMPIC
TO-DAY to Monday. 4.3* 115
Columbia Smash Double
lU'RRICANE ISLAND"
. SUrring
JON HALLMARIE WINDSOR
and
"HE IS A COCKEYED
WONDER"
Starring
MICKEY ROONEY
TERRY MOORE
AnnnunrinK the arrival of:
(Terra/vo) MARBLE CHIPS
in 5 colour*
Fur Verandahs and Floor.
T. HI HIM It I LTD.
Ma^aiinc I mr.
Dili): 4367
PLAZA CINEMAS
B _,_ I JO * M p tti anil Co-Mi""!"" TODAY ro ,^ .*s..d.pm
R -T\ MV'KAI. MIlUtr.R OF l-IVS ACTION AKD
1 PI PPRIRI
D o AIM in WONDERLAND ; ,r.'"
E AN9CO COl-OR
T AtJtt) tTtT tX>leOR SHOUT "FSSTIVAI. OS l4>Nlnis
W R-t SMfl.1 JD m -1 ,, m | l4latUl R.l W.O
* .....' "srvss
N FROM MUSIC MOUMTAIB ""* ""
HCL00R.00 1 I"' '""..........
Do"i DAI Gordei. Mm CAf ,n. ",p *4#w
S--oinfl Sa^iafton Jsxi $MiTM m
WARNER tROS MaM-r>i Mui.tW
S MOOSIICIII B4% at
Co'or b. IP(hn.C0l0f
......us PLAZA**
1414 OPI NIMS
Smt. .Mmrrh Int. at It. 1.1 p.i
i im R4t4 Q j TO-DAV A^MORBOW i THE BIG PUNCH w rw Mnrrl* T QsMsi i h... J BRIGHT LEAF N dart i
Sal lapi. ... .... Mr Jo*t>ri Mark ltd K ><, 0> TS- Pfatota" T-x an'r-r sbssbH aW !-..,- af ' li... Nil) Tk, Kid
CAIETY
I h' Garden3t Juua
BRIDE FOR SALE
TREASURE ISLAND
MITNnT SAT
SHERIFF OF WICHITA
SUNDOWN IN SANTA FE


Kill \\ KKHKl VI
BARBADOS ADVOCATE
1GI mkix
w it BKtfTS
Twice Presh
Penn) Loaves
Judgment A uxirtied
In Damages Suit
mi im n \-t
In the '..a Juns-
Honour
.
judgment to the mount of
vtea of en. to. 2d. to Um
.'. Sr Miihael, m the case U
Ion she was asking lor 50 damage*
,re buying stale lo\> EgMlf Wtlch ol Spoon
quantltltf at a penny pi
These vendor. '"* ,"!
10.VW Dd Sell UNO
. .,ch. the price of fresh
loaf
1' II i. u
w on behalf of Welch.
.Inmed thai of a re-
suit .::! hitting Ik t
a*5*p'.. .......rsa
said." I *oi m wry hard leave* Ulmi^ ,ht amognT
nixed with soft ones. 1 **w*i damage*
once the hard loaves were *'' Gr-ndlson told the court thai
DUUNO l*kl*I*e"lc^? '> . Hi-
of Hying nsh were brougm injo ,rR ( ,,th| )n ^ donkey ^p,
lb* CttJ FlSh Maihct. '' imlng Road, the
lint boat i" sxtwa wh a '->*; defemUm rdl hei I
yesterday, upulied ihe mai... g up wl
with MS pound, of sh-i. tu, Aftor ....
pounds of dolphin, l
many peouie waiting and the ow- vl ;in,| WB| ,|,.|.imed g
.., sold. *.me lime. At the time of the-
On W( '' '
and stariu SO pound <"Uudie '
s tateanihli After she cai
Nash SiO
pjataM
flnluhiii aI"* a'* ***d to attend a do- tea
Hli n x I II -ill n\ '
In the pickup with tlw
afMcflml Thi. Wtt
..m a no. has bean ooan- while lha pick-up waa UravaUlnK
it if now pawled In '" '*" Hcsftefeal TuratBg Itoad
colours ThK boat will he -aw a g atti I oa the Irft
ide of thai road^ He spoke to
fSoouSity d. iv the defcn.i.
21 fCCt long with B ""' btftaTa Im BDttld tell him to
|
Luriiir m ami
Baa
Harbour Log
In Carlisle B>
Mr Traffic

i


l'r..
i r

am n



DM -


I .. a

K V "HI h* vlowd
MAIL NOTKKS
be la<
"You mutt expi.tiit \c r"ido in simple doggie language thai he s nol
ehafltad with out Government's meal policy.''
e only one whoa
Londuii Exuii"v< "
KEEP
SLIM-.
the boat It
even-tool beam .._____
Worknv n an
ii .....
shortly.
fUUsURT Wl x"" K" U>
i.<... MioaM.,s |)ealh b Misadventure 2aaT-*TS-U
Bj Ch. Oh. Vestrj
iWi i ,.,
Mi. r ,
thai lu i child was about II
>- rnonthl old and had not sljrted to
ulk yol Vhv ooal pot was placed about 2
ii tin it um i>t I with the water
.
that hoi black p
vaiut:d tU ataa rtoUn tram ou,~
tide the i'hoeiux I
|
um on Wi-dnesday.
x x voi uAvrito
atolcn from motor cai
vbila It ' i"
of HUarj
st Michael on Tad*, m* I Ij I

<; | Coro-
\ when the m- ,
Oi.-t Churd .,,. ,ur. while
. ? f! "" 7^," m death ol Hush Wkk. waa no t
Mk them to conMdi u-mnnth-oM Infant "f lha child
tion of .i coat of Uvtni allowam vta B) M

Huh W
He >aid lhat UM VeM -..i on F-I>ruar>
burni <"i lha
requaai of the parochial medical i. Hi
i Mr. G B. Orniith. ontcer. i.i incraaMa id trw oa Ftbrui ^..v.
Di. a parfora ad ,.t,nv
impusfd i Mr Goddard DVl a pi>l morlrm oxutmn.ition .it n(gnl ut ih*- openiiu[ peilorniaiui
motion when the lerk nd a Na Hoapttnl MoiUnn nf -songs and dance* of Spain''
10'- imposed For
Bodify Harm
iv nrw. which burnt for
houi" and hours n1-
pactlTery oeeurred at tlu Hrli>
I'UnutiOii and bears Plantation.
St. Mtehael. yesterday eveninn
The our at the Belle started ;>'
"Mil & o'clock, burning an unc*-
tnnated quantity of rlpa and ptant
i ant and MatL aad burnt niii
out at about 7.15 o'.l-.k
The canes aim tra-h were UM
ONIX3N. Feb 10 property of Hon. Gerald 1
^J&fc cthcn.^hichaurt.
the Stoll theatre hut
outnldo. ther>-
e house aawtnt
ANTI-FRANCO
DEMONSTRATIONS
IXJNIKIN. Feb. 20
a mti-F

months latter (rum the parochial n
.. arhethej ti>.
A-rrell. arrvlcei given could be i
m r 'S? t at the bar aC ;n l^Ulir Ull
. '"^';l": 'ilnlendadloiHi i
Cibbot.< ol i. .... .."iiiral with hard Inlxmrcm oiIIcit. nkln< (a an In
.:,.,. LouUc Tull o/ Martinique. M> ihelr ..atahc-. H. lid U
S5.TJ22? JSHL -*-.. .....'.....-
viol.n iuh'i Si i fVve-
h Hail, reported that a
oi dethtavj vI i
was stolen from her reatdence.
Thi- clothmif belongs to Kennoth
ii ROM
mm Mirrtmis-r,
ported for exceedlnti '
limit on Wednesday. There were
on the Police
aad
i idinti-
tied
Thr
ii Wtckhan

t U.....I I
The ulht'i
about j la o'clock, bun I
i.f tiitnl crop up-
This also burnt itvelf out al about J
./r;E?\ht^ fi'?^r,,,.......
,\ rtj-l ran
sl' Applewhaltes plantation
Beport
... I mirnln*..

lowance of all empl i
Veatry and paiochial pai
[I
Covernnit-nt and the
ttw defendant raahed In Michael and this will ai
the road -md beat her, alto kick- n-queau tor Wcreaaai era
...
ii ami Mr B, Niles for
Toll
The ofh
ci.mmittl on Derr/nher 10 Wor-
ri(. Court that aft
t for ihoul lla to atn hour- mcn |t| Barwi(>na recently
There were r\'-;, W a '' One woman wa ejected fn>m
n pan 'i Ike beeh adMia lly. -heatn- during the perfunn-
the luoK- wew congaeted. The ancf Th# .houting idopped wfaan
polu-' .mivert and Uu- show con-
Inued. I'.P.
bnrao _^_^-_.
aid
Accepts Transfer
Mr. G. B. GrlfTtth.
^ riTorovo, """ .
.waa reported I* \ Token Of KcSIH'Ct
exl limit. *
isidcT this cost i'i
allowance."*
He added that the) required
thetr inodlral
II | p.ti'h

The cost of living has gun'
CDorted lor not drawing up A ->< brought hv Tull chars- up and laaty aM entitled Ui 11
Worrell wilh inflKtinu bodily In arranging the >
,m on her on December lo
road -igiui. and tm fatatag to atop diwikajtd on _1U mj
at a major road.
On the previous d'> n
27 traffic offences recorded, and
l';?c0Scd"mT^fC,1 m <"**" W !P~- the peri i, li
POSTMAN NHXS of WeteheA THE Chtiai Chunk Vestry alood
' 5 In silence at thi I
Sag Sea Rock Road meeting yesteroa> token of """"J^
He lespect for the late Kin,: I
B 1
,.,,.,(. meeth m King's death
Auto involved In the accident The veslry also decided to .'end I
X-1336 owned by I'1"'
:, Dairy of Thornrjurj r-mlly.
lldl. Christ Church. Nile* was rid-___________________
Mother's fcvidence
Mhei Wi(kii..:i, mother of tb
agad child, said thai on l> ANTIGUA. Feb 14
... cooking -d her house .-,;, .i Knox. Fedei.l Engim- >
in Whitehall. Si. Michael Thtre n accepted an appointment o^
I UndWlW ti.,r. -,[ Id UM Colonial Cngin
" s. i rlea, to the poet 01
Aft.r plckli i.xi-eutive Engineer In lh
i W.ik, Department ol lh<
n the Colon) of INorth lu-rm-o. it U noi
that they could houat. ')n going inside the house yet known, however, when M'
ing his bicycle at lbs time of the
acridaot.
The front who)
b< d rnaged. The
of 1 i .ii were abo '!" igad .! ... i aeat
.i\ m t:rs m i -ii the Gen-
,rr* when a 'Te >c ,d iloapiuil S1(.nuary on Ihe
rn <
._.___ .. -i___. ui* ..l .- a.
P.M Exam Held On
Stabbed Woman's Body
Maximum Price
I'or Flour \\ ill Be
$9.04 Per 100 Lbs.
Local traders were during the
week informed 1
of Suppl.. Ung price
of the 42.0O-' bay. Of DOU1 wlVlefa
. .
been fixed al $9 04 (B.WI. Cur-
i 100 ll

*e ground knox will "leave Antigua to
ol the kitchen- The pan "' "* augna the dunai or his new poai
turned and pa't <>I the In .hr meanwhile, action has been
with the v.h^n to recruit the services of a
boilini' water I t"ok op the child ('nnitiuition Engineer for Antigu i
to il.. General ,(,., ., Colonial Developm*
I..Id the Welf.no Sebime which has been
........... sir- b> "" s"^"",
Wlrkhnm
ance with the naib.idn-
burance Company
The Fue Brigade were nolilltd.
but did not turn out In etU
Ihen Iteing no moon
... house-
Hyporaridily-
Dc Wilt's Aniaaa Puwd
in be confi iMi I of <1 i;rMiTF <|lsi,ii{i (i aioing
liomhTppraridity. Heanburn.
fUtBtrmrandallthe worrying
I syioptomB of race*. arid for-
1 mation in th* Motimi b quit klj
|;ivf wag to this if liable
amily mediciiK. De Will's
| Antand Powder quickly Bt
iialiars mm acid and p'o-
videh lelwl oei a lous petiod
I by s*otkvi|[ and prateding
I th<- driate ssOsaach sstksg
Andrew at about B.ll | I
r- tetday. lt ,..,,.,
A
'
ty of the" try ;ho -,
' troi offlc-- by 3 3d p ra
These licences" will be iaued to m
t rh I i Afl OJU) -i coo- ,
'
-v p. Museon. Ug Mr, '.. B GrilliUi. Acting s \, .
i ol DlaLiCt "A" on Mon- U)) .,, ni< b maximuti
IMHtrs \i hi-- M at 2 i.ni. quotas.
the The reihni; price of i '
rrdiuon of 100 lbs. b Inclusive of rseighl ln-
N) a butcher ol wrance. d, I '?!%
Bt. Ubchael it.-*, Bank Chan.
!
i
V t. WILSON of PW l"riie'
-it Mi<-ii.et ., rven
.; | | ..
stolen i" i, l(l or soft
i 5-1. iloilllNfi and '' fO I -"id ihe
TWELVE DOLLARS v/ere l(, the value of S8.74 were stolen M.V. Mote-J
. hotnc "f Arthur Kin .
of Theophiius jernmo lurch be- sdilch Irwlraded twersty-foii
bury I on til beatl Enatt,
day. Tie Pol .! u.{.,y. U I U id] U"W of bUSl-
IIH. Mill NTHl IMH.ll I i.ining on the
RORRRTA bbTMIM I VfV Rkll '' ' "' '" ,,uW' bu,ln cf
B| Michael. reiorted that SI 7.48 the Barbados. Police Force holds the careenage.
. were stolen from her bom- it* show t tha poUca Riding 1 waa chiefly du
.r rotd-dayon Monday. School. District A'\ at 5-0o n.m, to Ihe fact that an wrir an
A BATTERY valued $:i9 wa r. Tuesday. Pebruary 26. gaged in loading lighters wiln
fttolen from M- itp*i Also Included In the show will 2.500 puncheon* of moles-
Oarage at Chapel Street. City, be a Drill Display by The |million ihe Canadian Cruiser"
Sunday nnd Squad and Beating the Retreat taking I
Hfsndaj, I! i< Ihe pro;.. thsl I'and and Drum?. wick.
Waterfront Busy
Chase away
coughs!
1N0EMUI REMfDKS
Ziibcs Cccgh Mixture
| ... .'- il r.ipidlv soothes
ttf c4M l.ii'- a euOfgMrl CggsM
,(. i m il,c whole r,imil> chlld-
Ibai [>k-I'ant-i.isimg iprssp' "^
I i Dtilc ol 7uhe* Cough
In youi home.
Zii'^ss Cough Lozenges
gn U Bska. Ihgy m;ikc *hort
aWteaaaa and Ihroat irrilaliom
/., ;uis, /uhes are ready lo
it iiiin yUUl mouth at the lilM
ui KM ihroal.
ANTACID
POWDER
*'<.<
vie aw*r bom homi
Mlflfaeeaed Cm, !*
9.r.-t..... Do WITT'S
iiJ| u-ii.1 ANTACID I
K.....a TABIETS |
Sutde'd i>l* 14 l,b<*\
"r taw, to f6'ei
I e/iajf "
itUlitln In .il ui i
tpfafln thi i
woumlt in il..
have fut v
niycr of ft
human tin-tin ^. M Ml
leaves iln- Ii' big ii i
tialui.il pfiM
DETTOL
THf MOOfBM ANTISCP1IC
Joh|
\'
i' II
Enjoy Your Food
HAVE no rab ce
MIIVOUS
INDKiKSTION
TAKE
NUTROPHOS
A Compound Elixir ol
Thiamini. Chloride and
Phosphorus.
NCTBOPHOS It ofU'Ti preacrlbad by UM Medical Profession
Strain, Brain Fag. I*oss nf Appelite and
IT.tS.
Y..11 Sal Wall, si,-.,. Wall I .-.i Wall
Whaa V..ii Taka KOnoPBMM
. ->
|Jfuti<-n you ''ea.fuiTycold.alJ>.ftiiryihcr-:*IlllES INtULER
in your pocket m lundbag \ .. g*wg|riaai rota Bfadaaajaaf
FaOH ALL GOOD CHtMISTS AND STOatS
i s. t.AmA* a aco.. aiigaw i,
v,->v///////rv///^4ryavw//w//^^
FOR COMFORT
RIDE A
HOPPER
BICYCLE
THE BARBADOS FOUNDRY LTD.
Whitepark Road
FOR TB0SE Wtm'LL LIKE TO
HEAR IIETTEH
Tin-: I'liovix
II E A It IIX AMI
LET IS HELP YDI IKnoim your lirarinn .lilli. "hi. '! 'hurl
>our neartan HH and Kl you ilh Um MaMl IM.....I 111.MUM- SBJ I"'
.in..' lu your individual need.
COMPLETE WITH BATTBBIBS ...... na i I.....< U "
caw.
C.uaranleed b] UM SSSI i .|lsl MMaal "' laalBlft
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HARn.ADOS AHVOCATE
FRIDAY. FlBRlAltY M. IM2
BARBADOS AmTMtfTE
Frid.v. February 22. IJ
PARKING
THK parking of cars in Bridgetown
has been mm rolled Had is under the
supervision of car ftl I V amployeo'
. ..ys and Transport Depart
ment In addition a car park run by the
Barbados Automobile Association is in
great demand by car owners. Because
of the rigid control of parking sites and
of the introduction of "no entry" signs
and of "no parking" streets the flow of
vn has improved and
. t >r certain path periods is as free
as can reasonably be expected In city
not designed for motor
vaUelai
It would be wrong, however, to sue
that BO further improvement is possible.
There is need now tor retreslyng the
minds nf motorists as to the meaning the red circles in no-parking streets ; or
perhaps it would be battat to erect discs
with the words "no parking" in the same
way as discs Ut tracted with the words
"no entry"
No motorist will enter a itraat when
he or aba geeg "no entry" but It 1 certall
that no motorist will refrain (ran enter-
ing a street where there is a black 01
disc.
That is why the number of motorists l
who park in no parking streets is on the
increase. It is asking too much of a motor-
ist to remember for ever that it is forbid-
den to park in streets where there are no I
"no parking- signs. The red bands even
when they are easily visible do not have
the same effect as the simple command
"NO PARKING".
In one respect the authorities remain
intractable. They will not admit the un-
desirability of allowing taxis to clutter
up the car park opposite the B.M.L.A.
building. There is adequate room for !
taxis :r. the Lower Green Park, the ex- j
Central Foundry and the Park behind St.
Michael's Cathedral An installation of
telephones at these three parks would
allow taxi drivers to be called from any
point in the city to where they were
required within two minutes. What taxi-
user would resent a two-minute wait ?
Y. t mother improvement might be
made with respect to "no parking" streets
Although traffic flows more easily as a
result of the institution of "no parking"
sheets, the number of "no parking" streets
leads to a concentration on car parks
There is an appreciable percentage of car
drivers who visit the city and park for
periods not exceeding 20 minutes. If they
utilise existing car park accommodation
they restrict the number of regular daily
cars that can find car park accommodation.
If they were allowed to park in two or
three streets for periods not exceeding 20
minutes, the flow of traffic in Bridgetown
might be further facilitated. But should
this idea prove acceptable to the authori-
ties the sign granting this permission
should read "Parking for 20 minutes only."
I give you John 4 aiiiniii;li.im
ATOM Gl AM) SET
ON THE PORTS
By R. M. MacCOLI.
WASHINGTON.
ALL America's big ports are under 24-
hour guard against any attempt to smuggle
atom bombs into the country for a sabotage-
and-terror attack.
This disclosure was made by Chester
Emerick, chief of the Customs Investigation
Squad, to a Congress linance committee.
Part of Emerick's evidence was given in
secret, but he said that the men guarding
the ports had taken a course on atomic
weapons at the Atomic Energy Commission's
testing grounds in New Mexico.
And he added : "The guards are familiar
with the appearance nf an atom bomb and
its components, and can identify such thing*
provided their construction is similar to the
atomic weapons manufactured by our own
Government."
TOLD TO GET OUT
Jolin t
adventurer. Mark Um mid*, murk
liouks Mt yet unwrilttlL
'.> <>rmin (aptui
Ill-fill DUNDAS
Ira feeHlaf
Those are th<- men it i
bard u


.......<"; BET *2&iZ.rSS*& E.
,nd xclunwnt arras. Europe and ,.
I pick lum H .1 ii.-hi
i "p^'r'luii'iV-- A IHp.rl.iion Order . issued recently
limited to do and dare as air against Serge Rubinstein, 45-year-old Rus-
,f he. tni-rthants or a> "l|J'20,3: .unborn U.S. finuicier. He made nulliuu ol
,, either or Mil otchmihi oe-
n in-i.. dollars on Wall-street, was convicted in 1947
ol evading wartime call-up, and sentenced
lo two and a half years' imprisonment He
I WHEN the Muurelania arrival in Bar-
bados next week many of its more than
700 passengers will attend a musical ride
of the Barbados Mounted Police at Dis-
trict A Police Station.
The Mauritania will remain until mid-
night and the ride will begin at 5 p.m. A
small admission fee will be charged and
residents and other tourists are invited
to attend. The profits from the entertain-
ment will be paid into a fund for provid-
ing recreational facilities for the Barba-
dos Police Force.
The Commissioner of Police is to be
commended for his initiative and enter-
prise in promoting an entertainment
which will assist in publicising Barbados
while being of direct beneiit to local
policemen. His perseverance with the
proposal that a detachment of the Bar-
bados Police Force should visit Canada is
also praiseworthy and it is encouraging
to hear that a visit may be made this year.
Next month visitors to Barbados as well
as residents will have an opportunity of
seeing the (lowers and vegetables of the
island at an exhibition which will be
staged at the Drill Hall.
Many Barbadian (lowers flourish best
in the privacy of home gardens
By attending this exhibition tourists
who see the island only in public places
will have a chance to appreciate the
beauty of many local flowers. It is to ba
hoped too that the Barbados Players are
U) stage "Twelfth Night" in the open
before the tourist season ends. This week
people are leaving Barbados to visit Trini-
dad's Carnival. Police rides, flower shows
and open air theatres may in future vears
prove effective magnets for drawing
people from other tcrr.tories to our
I area
.-. he W
'.,
I iport. Hul
no i...i. i. i U
They ar among us. thea* may appeal against deportation.
-^thanj, but they hv, ^^ Alan relired at M
icrcid. Though they ... .. *
they may not act. Americas Ambassador to Moscow, takes on
.. stan i the chief the job of running the American Committee
i in auuda com- v wM -., ,. of one
bat he shot down 20 enemy planes _? _ ^. Ihr ,
luring th. nu and In Urn |),.hson. ihehard-hcad-
harneased to com-
ugury ol thing* to com.- m Utf Mli. fring*
Incorporated. It is a privately financed con-
not adventurous. Production
1 I me-* foil off iind prices rose.
lit. Today, with cern to coach refugees from nussia to con*
tato .kill .nd cour... ..... SLj^SS^iJ!^.?S Soviets.
'"night'oMh.'ni...... HUM* )>. "'I;,, """""'* ,m""' "n> S-""*"* f ">' """" Dorothy Umour to making her tirst
K'""" <" ^ went to Tor- ft?'^!-T,j"Xre or 1!'. -'roadway appearance In a decade, at the
New 'Elizabi'thnn Age. Foi the

r.s r., war. ..< on :(oxy Theatre. She is wearing a bead version
.hole of apace remain* lo he con- (,, ,,n, n, ' " ,neTr ,{ that sarong that swished to fame in the
q lo P" ""' cn*lnc* ,or Britain'* Sir Frank Whittle gavt .. h Hn__ ..Road" tUms
A Sin : plre. Ine world a practical gas turbine -rosDy-nope Koad aims.
Li hi Canada, so in Alma and engine lor jet-plane propulsion., GLOVES ARE >l I
kj jean, gave uii ,i symbol f(.r Australia. British possrsaiona in und lod41, Bnilah sclenliits still w, th- rtl.- Qr<. ina r.ff fEi in
Ae. i could alona supply the ,ivuvi th;. tirs, JcU ,n lhp world Wow .the gloves are coming otT fast in
Swift, high, and sure she new world witfi coal for centuries to Not long agio it aeemed that we ihe presidential warm-up The other day.
eroai fore* and aaeeri maun ., in Australia, vest pram ; naachad & Unrfl In alrplana -,..,., attMd h-,. .< n_u__iuiiiti Oam Mm
nd crept which performance. The sound barrier rurnan flicked hard at Democratic benator
to Empire capital. Th<' pUDj ttood In Ue way of progress Kstes Kefauver, of Tennesseewho is going
bore her home was on Empire M mrateitoui and deadly. That. too.
plane an ArfOOBUl bttlll to 1 ' tl- been stormed and Later,
ndn and driven by nrlti-sh engines. ,..,. hump- .iown.
What a sign Is there. For U,K ,, :,i( nip)
nothing is more certain << brtn| tha terf \t\ Wonderful
to tba I
"lua, and |n-eal .ih.hu. t*t Spptembcr, at Famborough
viaoroua iisa < Airplanes, fleela of them, can .. I). >(i tutors saw a swepl-wingcd
till the nations COlfStS In tlina s OaocTn rlavtlhuid lllet flash past a lew feet from
ol peace, and Btrtlot down the v ,,,., f.,,,. ., Ann hn> branches the ground A moment laler the*
Queen's enemies in time ol war ,. South Africa and heard a whoosh and a crack. That
Hut Uwy cannot he strong in war a test pilot Nrville Duke Ukmj
unlera they art itrooj in peai I Sir Roy. Brltain'l :-^ .. :',li er through :ht
Siiiy the pattern under the flr.t ,... .., p| .1, the > Elhaibetb. lie:
the sobs, with b of and Ttivrc is a man with the spirit
agement Today the same ..|i|-n- ,,tf-.1-1. -., Irerm* for the timesa man to put man was
- alongside Cunningham. What men
and particularly in thf mOCUJ us. what .1 '
skle*. actw- bs young !
H11 Ins Wuit t our What an Age to grow up in '
Take Canada, Ini all L.E.S.
ill out for the presidency in this year's
-lection (Kefauver is the man who swept to
national fame-with all of ihose TV'd crime
hearings last year).
And now Kefauver, in a New Hampshire
pecch, smashes back with some very blunt
remarks about how the "moral tone" of a
,><>l(tician is set by his early associations.
He does not name the President but
W American needs telling that he is refer-
iiii; t<> the fact that in his early days Tru-
close friend and associaOe of
1VNrBu IVndergast. of Kansas City, whose
'put.itiuti was none too savoury.
The influential Washington Post takes ti
ask Russell Kingman, president of the US
'.awn Tennis Association, and Frank
Shields, non-playing captain of America'*
..,.. ..... ,, .. w '->avis Cup team, for criticising Frank Sedg-
"> "......'*" Sv",uh't "IVZ^'^SoZX man's acceptance of a cash wedd.ng present
PAPER SERVIETTES
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An .Xmrrirtin
To rook t-ri-ri/Z/n'/ii/ H"U t-rvr
thought 0/ mm in a fraction
of I hi- linn: too!
So fi-n to opvralv antl to
frononticml om l'itrhfr'n ha* it.
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Tli> HoHois IVI10 WoiiaAiid l.osl
V* \-- Ihe KinK'H |H-r.li..n
reallv nei-e<.iri'.' I)nl It lead
lo hi. de.ih? i kan beta tt daocafc 1 cunuua VUrh paticnu arc completely cured ;rom Australian fans.
.ikrd Un.*r iietin- worea ml course. It starts in .he neck. But did the operation eventual- ,,,. -. ,.-, .. ^ .
lime, tntiielant threeTaw avelopf, |> lead lo the King's death? Again. "Whatever their validity, these observa-
reuvni back Into tha neck, ihe answer it: No. u0nS seem ill-advised on several counts,"
flr5J I SdWeo2 Three Problems For Doeton. ^ys the Post "They have an infelicitous
saved th.* K.: rwtod' making the discovery of The King died from coronary fjng, coming, as they do. from the losers
'.....,.. c. ESfZZLi. 'ft-S'S ?rtt, tnd ar,. IIMj lo d,ss,pa.e the reputation fo,
JSZ rScCh Ti^r^"od,,i"'di, !00d ."P"r . ,.< t .. t ... n might bnd it impossible to net the Dlaea-se. In which the main symp- POODLE AND SHE
lung away. Ttie reason is that loins arc felt in the leg. Disease -, _.
.he tun 11 into ihe of the arteries leaves a rough sur- | tonressmen arc inured to some remark-
race on Um wills, and there the nble requests from their constituents (one
In the KiiiB'ii case, Mr. Price blood clots. 1 u'.ting of! the supplv [ .... L ,, n .
ekr. There i- the heart. Death Is virtually woman wanted help to lind a husband). Bui
man of tissue -im-i-ted. instantaneous und without pain. Mid-Western Senator reeled when a
and whili in hi oould _pesagMar the problem of thr
not been cured
li 1- 1 oa aoanbla lo ten tha

during Ihe
Whan Iha k.'
earl) In Septernber, Mi
i
leadlna 1 tn
1 I
of cutUni
:; .nic's doctors when they were' woman wrote to say that she possessed a
m i aerva iiieirmlmis about the tine French poodle (female), had noticed in
1_______._____ -J..i~b ... iti. .. Kin. XKi-v .oil In
They had to
the paper that Madame Bonnet, the French
rortied b.v th. n '
1
S. .in' C'Oleeien. """ wlvn-r i.. i-u.- hln
vwr Kniey. tno cheat rKliolo ...llr.t l)( ^ulcr:
th.th.di ,,. ,| (l).--.Th. Inn.
in n n[ lln K Um iri- Kvans into the oner- *ilTecli*d. ., . ., .
IhrouA 1 -> Th.- King wan known to poodle (male), and was wondering it th<
... 1 k ,(,,. K' sulTcrinri from severe artetinl Senator could use his influence to brine:
l'i .1- .mil .1 Fulse Sain, t .ilunMelv. dle.e tor which he wu op-r-
Al tli Ul .....' .kill ennbled him t" "-d "I"'" ' Murth 12. 1M
. : erve th. nerv.. Improvement in hi. lef.
was already unbassador's wife, also had a pedinre<
KOOII ll.OR KnlllltlVK Ul ll*UV lll| ,"-..... .... ....... -
Mio.il In. thud day, at er the *"*'_""" Uk,MSUK*1 ",ll0ln-
hi. tlr.1 words. "" "per.lii.i Iw: he wa. more
1 '>%."?*!? JV'.T"!
,. Ill, Km.', 'iiombo*. That rlslt had to be
attached bill i- "..rni.it. Ills pulse *
""' _Ij~ i. Iri.. .
_. -Ti,.. i_ ......ii.h.1 ... j i-. iiuiveil. the Kins \
Ihe brain.
Recovery Was Xmaaing
.... | i '
On Friday, Baptembar SI,
King *lp*

bad i au 'i 'Ti of ihe
luiii, Tti i' .

ml the oprrallon must be
during and after 'he operation tumour had been removed. Sub-
Tiif Queen oon locfc howtd that, not only wns the *equent X-iay examination
K t niircrlng from cancer, ba xhuwed that the other lung was
laiaa abcess in the completely free from Infection
only other person t<>lii ofllclaUy ,,ma nn" ,hl' his convalescence had
Hi/abetri At n Hd U*ee l>*^" >" operaltan been exceptional.
time did the K. UM ** wwild quI.KIv have hreome Only tan dayj ago the doctors
reason tOt U l.e.l-ri.lilrn. rmarl.iled rtevelotyd WW the King and then pro-
i_l-b- _____i- i. ... Jin:-----li.. i.. i. .i... '.. __ .... . ___
ibout a canine encounter.
THE HUMAN TOUCH
Robert Sanders, aged ..".. who comes from
LuoRootee. Indiana, is known across Ameri-
ca as "The Man with the Ticking Head."
But the insurance companies are getting
iwfully fed up with all that ticking and In
wen not re-
sald Mr nw** . l.-okniK down nr gres.-iv.lv doWDhOL He would
ppg..... gnal p.nn and eventually has been arrested in Chevenne, Wyoming.
Tl,,. K, eve. and *2&'&X2??>Zt *"* K^ "> *'"'"B doltar.
Vat," he ^ald.

tl42> fraudulently. Say the indignant in-
surance people who have dished out 28,000
iir,B Mis Mutestv was a mosi con- Examination of the lung ufict j,,__ icinnvii *-. qw ------ moo "Un
i.- II.......i.tio.1 left no nSon tc, doars (10,000) to Bob since 1928 He
.. But examination doubt that th. whole of thr lean make his head tick at will."
Tha
hv ihe
I if Mill
i 1,.,1, fever, had Ml
tin 'intb brealhlnr and nrobihlv v
Threat To The Vocal Nerve '***?- '|v^ VT*".
At tin the mom-
a| 11 Suaday, Baptea i : Mi
Piie* Thomas was Hasttad bi afi
^"ba i : asM>tu: Cforkll Vee./ /m/>roremen/
At Ilrompton Hospitaland Mr *
P.....r Jon| ,''' Editor Hie .lilruraie.
Machra) .,1-.. ol B" l '""-" '
'
The Kim lay on his right kh, "
done of trtti ;
10 K>Vi Iba aurgrr.ii
n lung
Tin' ..;
sage tu the
I ulmonary
11> blood
vessel! which enrry half ihe
must l>e
need hlia n and well, fhev
Id were not to knownobody on
earth could have knownthat a
oeratlon wa riot wa suddenly to form in an
i a palliative '"-lerv of the heart bringing his
to-day ihe life to an end.
Egypt And Britain
May Talk
11 uetti
B um "1 tha
ladlai do more
offTheT
. .i-_ ._ would improve A
lUtuoa will not gel
v-. K

bould
I the St. Nleholi
The following
M.i>wl|ged with
U A. Lvneh ....
Mrs. u YmnrtotC
Mr || Wright
Mrs. Buih HOwell
Mr. II Illehords
Anon ___
Mr I. Cools .
By HAROLD GUARD
LONDON, Feb. 21.
BRITISH officials said Thursday that they
E. o. Church. iare optimistic concerning the possibility of
donations are talks beinf; started in Cairo on the Anglo
not backed by
of man-

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tied close to the
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lung must l>e t
where the Wood vesavis
ii i
structure* in this ration which """'*'
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iit taryi
DATE: lth February. 1QS2.
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R He said Britain is ready to start negotia-
k r white cloth tu.ris "at anv time" and that has been made
votian Government several
.< in spread th. in* Ki;yplun Premier knows he has
only In lift a Anger and negotiations could
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FRIDAY, FF.BRl'ARV it. 1M2
BARBADOS MlVUCATE
PAGE F1VF.
MONTEGO RAY
AIHFIELO BEING
EXTENDED
.737
NEEDED TO COMPLETE PAVILION AND FIELD
Returning to Barbados <>n
lIMr a (our weeks'
tour embracing Antigua and
St. Kitts, British Honduras.
Guatemala, New Orleans and
' I .nd Jamaica. Wing
Commanded Lawrence Egg-
leslield. Director Oeneral uf
Civil Aviation, lold the
Advocate yesterday that the
Montego Bay Airfield at Ja-
Ch. Ch. Vestry Will Ask 4 Christian Principles Reaffirmed
Government tor Grant *
At Moral Rearmament Meeting
maica "is now being extend- Pla>,n* n^id oniv.ail> next month
ed to a length sufficient to
take all existing tvpeg of air-
polaaM u 'i.
wan piwiriK (hi

THE Chris! Chui I H ided i<
1 $1.7:17 to defray the cost 0/
> rC iv thmn1 of the
pans!:
This was agreed to on the
Kettle, Churehwardin and Cl.uiiin.in ot the Playing Field
Committee after hi' had prceented the Veetrj eiitl
second Interim report of th<> Committee
The Vestry ^hopes to o,*'n. the will be raspooafhtS Tor irmkinv
ngemcnl- fear the lm-
Plekt, sub-
adopted by in,. Vestrj ...um | > ,. rule, made by Thi
- - cnu-i.sed statement showing ihe Vestry, and to ensure that lh Heal as well as economic, ami
crait, ana, t^o Oovcrnment (.mounts voted and expended Un- rules are observed bv person- u a
are most anxious to take der the var^us heads, and whan It to rented. 1
similar action at Pallsadoes *i"awiy. an wtin.au- 01 the will tl
(Kingston) amount* still required to complete proposed to pay him a salary ol 'It human hem
Bi-eiiH.ine'hi, tern in the Lee- thSwWor,k- *IO0O ,h
regarding the drafting of airfield 2S?"H tr ^ >T \
?nd accident radiations, and the ** TV l^r. '
implementation of various Inter- *"* **Bon
:l,l,lCLr,l Contractor and Mr R. D Moulder - indicted m.l thb might
vice , British Hond'ur^ S -TSaZa'TsffSftJ!
Ha und Stan Creak. Wing Com- h"' T" "'L"!0 i 2h ieh pressure larnuT lwra" " ..,, >,, , laantaM ui.n
mandcr mieailelo mentioned accordance with Ine plan* I1. _. ...r v_.i ihem thai they should ai
nvc international alMInei "^ ^ proved by the Vejry Kquipment Needed ,.,.,......,,......,,,
l>clr, ,.,,vl- direr, com- "_ >"' VTSZttSSSZ The money ,hc Vr............. men, .,
Pra Club
.'... who allcnd-
111 nial'ii-nl held at
: inca ai whftel
|1 aiis to put it simply, rather an
ih.' four chri-.ti.in piinoflpwa ol hon-
esty, purity, unaalflthncai and love
Mi Mapp said. _________________
I'tt/H-r Miking
Intltiittry Moy llv
Suitable For B.W.I.
\i
\ mada m """ Ind 1
lh> i Supply Con
the installation of the
ihea have replied ' jl1 ""easts "' t''<' '' -
pOattkM to wo*M '" *'*"-*
dc. ae at the pr-sent time. The lt> " inrt

Hetlrr iVa >i 1 ,i.
Moral-Rearmainenl
,hia "" .nd trie l}bvTior-ln-a4ecuUve
munication with Jamaica. New SrSBr JSlTJL'lSr^Si la&Z*m'' '^jSS^ttJfL'l
Mexico, Guatemala, and 1h- Flpld lni r..i i
British Honduras.
FY01
-4i'inffti
line, to Ouatenali I i;> 1
the
,ng the wX^pVl mUS R|SS SS ft"""l!1 """
the field and digging the new ly"ng a water pipe on the ,.,,,,,.!.
Routing Ml WWII art.nag,. well -s ,".s-ged b> Ihe ""vellm* UM walk from the
Bell/e, he travelled by SSSTbUm and estimate! have P-'k It the entrano
. new Guatemalan Air- jj," brrnP completed under thr I"""1"" l-oating
where he igton ot M. J a Cotaman. fSl40" ',,M' f* "
nwt-tii'- snUan Minister Pro- inspector of Roads. ..... ""' '"" *
ceeding from there to New Orleans j, ^iditKiti \ mifrrt* I-""..... lengtll >f the buil.linn >
and Miami, he had meetings with 0, ,,. 1<1|1(l Lj. -xled [ft such
- fivil Aeronautics Au- prcVidc a enr park; this was not l*en I H eaulpmeat
thoilties, whose Air Control areas (nc|udel in the original < f ,1'"1' mUar, netbaU posts,
are adjacent to the Jamaica Con- lt w,ji be gee,, that U ,'"1 CrMke!
trol Area, and discussed tho vt lnt. ,ttw pid, well has con- pTactlei
routing and control of aircraft M through the Region
Returning
,i not
Have.
plll\-e
>how
Maral Re-a
an mi.....-
ntrnt. It w more
than Hal*. II tried
Ihst .n> polMir.! -reon '.r or-
sanitation Hhlrh did not have
an Ideolacv which w* superior
I- thai of Communhrn would
fall. Many speaker* had strew-
ed tht If poverlv and v>rdld
conditions nU. It Is futile U>
.11-Ttn.i to ftsht the Communist
illy, .>in- thing Which
stressed b* th< cnnference tli
rgr Wnght
l .un! Attor
led \ii 0. S Paper
eau, noaomk AiIvim. t.> u..
-hi of Trinida IC Tnnidiiil l.i-t night b>
B w 1 after inessJIiii i>
and Sssleaaie raspec-
tiv<-i the te.iinir.il Hsftsveeac)
111 laehasti led dsvelepaianl ><
PMrto Rko
Mi Wnaht ami Mr Faplneau
arrived hen> on Wednesday
evegdng by 11 w 1 a ..
suying at ihe Marine Hotel
Mr Wnrht sraV
-lit Commute*
the rrtatdad Clieaabei el
Conuneros and chalrrnan ..t the
Ixical Iml .

rd the Slmplea
Tun,- II.,.. ,mIc fa. -
...,,--..
Carolina and Rluxte Wusd gad
they are to have Id. M\.i..i
T-Hh Corporation t.....
teeth and distribute them in the
l
.no- Paper Making
can we iii.inge iet, rhere u group ol industrlv
l>\ en vi,|UJ^ Hi "tarted b] Sir (Jeiahl WI|
11 All those went to form U* >->. LM uadei Ihe
utg mivstiuii Man> aotaflatei '"" "' Caribbean Develoi
of course ssnerislli ihoee fron ,i1 compieJarTraamg
Europe wen rJmrlj " whlefi iv U'lnx maini.
with whether Moral! i nimni
11.em could cheaps the world Pkud srhkh .......peraUon ."
from patni dearly ovei '> Ihe 1 papei and pi.....- pulp laeta
whieh Is undei eontcroplation
rttli Whilst in Puerto iUeo, he sui.
middle way. the w.i\ ..I
I'tiSMM MAPI*

lanos with meejipertsnee f*aj pleasure . second moral faith if thej .,, LtJS ..., hiui
. Wing aunad , dlggjuui Ihe M eftrtL arottpa for stmmehm| Govern- CojnnH-nlarn wtuSoul tl sjem to last ... u,.~ s StamSMitiF
Commander Eggiosileld discussed whlch had to be abandoned BsBM. nil the gap. it would still con- n tne labour Partv
In detail with the Government, the eventually. It was estimated that He said th.it all the details lu.l thmc to flourish, because the Movement In Greal Untain had .1
policy to be adopted regarding a proper xuck WOU SSI been I "' Into II Churchwarden masses of the people weir m.l 1".- religious Impulse, maiu ot Minn
.-ilrflelds. "Montego Bay airfield." reached at about forty (40) feet had a ids H clear m to Sfhal war Ini back to UM Ideotog) ol the wrrc sincere Met) idl 1 and
he said, "is now being extended whereas in fact, this rw well then required and they might ap- right, oven though thev did not n [alnst oppressli
to. a length sufficient to tske all hnd to be earned to a depth of ply to Central Oovomment for feel thai the ideology of Conunun- M Mapo po 1
existing types of aircraft and the sixty (80) feet before reaehlni ihe necessary funds. Ism could make the world
Covenun-tit are most anxious to H 5uck. '',"' Committee had vUlled the ter place
t- hoped
s
An industrv of tin |,. .
might bo suitable f.| iM BHtll
Wr . ..lu'.n tiie 'i'M^V laafeme. bj-| .,,
ell Hi aroylded that the Puerto Rfc
tpdrlrneni orovei wctiesiehit
Thr Minajsi "f tin ('inn
take similar action at Palisadoes The ex|>enditure under this site two weeks ago and It I H* Pre pn
iKingston)." head includes the cost of digging seen thai those things mentioned A New Spirit
The grcot dirficulty was to find the first well, now ubandoned. were still wanted and ihey want- Moral-Rearmament was not, 1 Ins ..... propa- """ """> "i )
stable foundations at Palisadoes The -mount expended ovei and *d U> op* ''-"*. as far as he saw. a poll- ganda in ordei It acbk ld th .1 ma.,ufa.tui.
;nd Investigations were still pro- gbovg the original estimate hai Heal group ""suming "ie nam. of \ Ift 1- nuse we want ft papei ttem tx
ceeding to aacattaln how cob- been drawn from the other heads mortnl>r and ^y"1* To, nht 9"?"
struclion could best be under- where a saving has been effected. Opening Ol Field

nlal stages an '.
It was sun ply trvinf t.. | ip to what .. th.it he COUM give no imI.iiih-.
Search Carried Out oraa, baa been placed IhraujM openlni ... Ika Held and (urthcr "-!"--SSirf Si H It "a. in,. HbdL 1. life
Palisadoes had such Intlnltely The amounts voted under me ,>,,aslon. and ,f that responnibillty was not ,.,. q# , rMpuildbllllv in IhK
-rational conditions than various heads and the amounts They were hoping to establish camed out. wealth wOuld be pi,rt of ,hc wot^ vtlll ,,., .
any other potential -.itc that 'i spent, were set out in the rei>'>n. <,noth,.r p|aymg Held In another *mashed in the long run, and mpletothePn
move to another location shouM The heads *OT.kB!u,Uu" pflrt "f ,hc """ h ""' ,hc ''x" wouW lo,<' "" ,hcy P0MM',W,. parts of the world Thmti
onlv he considered If no othee vilion. Enclosing the neiu. max- p^rience they had gained from It was foolish to think that <'<>ni- cert all
solution could be found. in r,*,a "nd turning in water. 1(lp establishing of this one would muntsm can be fought with sirs Press had to |
The Wing Cemmonder saM Levelling field, digging new sui k. |,.if, ,hem t., make the other bet- beeaus. tl SOlOgy One of n
"- ter. M.HA's slogan not h Mora) Re-armament
Mr. Di.i.toi who jno\cd tho right, but what is right." i ,. i, iiphaM
vote .it ptweciatkia said he be- An important queeuon < m. pn because .' had
he was expressing the "Will Moral l<< irtl enenl I ..nil.iliiv to the public
.....amber when tores enough }'.*'".....J "".' Aftet Mi Mapp.had sat dow
"T1STA" CALLS FROM
NEW ORLEANS
I Tlala BITlved I
Bay reeterda) to m Kea >> hail
i m rtaalque
, || lp I
f pickled pork
pi feed
of Ih- extension of lh erect the pavilion. WJMp,"

.( which onl
enclosing the field, and S3.)84.a3
the foundations
left.
existed when h
POLICE BAND AT
ROCKS" TONIGHT
fur levelling the field. d ,,,.,, . omiu,.,. ,i... eballenle ofmataiiaUani and meat :, knath) I ......I
From Ihe amount aslla I efSlt tor the wav they other Idea, of III" ton. 1
be *pent under tims^ Iu-ihIs. timi- ' '.. .. Th h1, eR-. Mr llappaald. dapailded on t
ras a balance of ,12.00 t ,.f time wha-h be thtna. It de|--n.l.
C5.ii._iaM dividual!, for eaamjilc. Hun > ,a,.....i in,,, ,,,, lb.
Further (Irani mSSmSTSSL, th. n- "Wlual bafatf *a ejuld rU. I t lb. talk
The Report also staled'- M/' "V ,,? ,.,,,1 sid'l become like Christ Ha ana, 00 alr..~
I The Comtniltee racomnwooa ''"",'' ".'. "',,," had JaAadTa, ,n' ,h" h,,Ml' l"fluonc,,,d bv,'"; "<" Club Ib.nked Mr Mapp In,
thai Oovernmeilt be no ap- 'bal th, I nart ,,rio as ulronmcl nnd the ae In wl
roached for a further aran, "n '" had expected It would. he lived, he was influenced l.\ tla ,, subj.'.l. II.....praaMd
" fhT ammml of the estima c Mr McKenrle chairman ot the , ,h , ^ ,. jJJ|l h ,h ,, ,,. wmlld
amiendcd hereto to comnlel.. th, ' '^ '""' .thanked I!..' vestry for ,nncl|,) ,hlns which cold ,"' 1,.IV, With lh, moral Jbr.
neM o, thru, for X' oulcial "" mannar la which they had re- actll,|,y be de-rlbed. but whl I ,, l that M. Mapp
" nslalna which il u hor-'d will ""l 'he report and for Ihe kind nonetheless, had a tremendous In- wmlM ,i n. ful
S ZE*%J?!JtZ K,i ,he words s.d_______________ flocice on man Could p.^.,,. ,.
----------------------------- change alone therefore met Ins ; w ,,.., hli eapartaneas either
e.astss ^e innafe* challenge or, be achieve-, ., M .,, K.-armament, his poli-
COSf Of LIVING .imply' , or his general hoowl-
Capitalism gdga on thlnfg Barn

r, >r.v re
, Th.,. tii, TnBrr Tni"M-
INDEX TABLE
The Police Bain1 Concert ai
Hast '.-night begins nt
8 o'clock.
I'RCW.K \MMi:
Afl. Utock M.rth THE STABIt
i as.sk m, memories take place sometime during the
- r^'li'.1?* month of March, as slready there
OparMN; E.,,,,.... MADAME Btn-( ^ ,.,, ,,. th(. (1. .
atK'tatint ti (>moui aria On* rtn* Omy' Pavilion for the Easter Holidays.
WAiTZM rsoM vtptHfi 2 The Committee also suggest
that the rules i.. copy of which
hi enclosed) should be made by
aVooma the Vestry and approved by the
1 '.:'!!-. Gpvornor-in-Executlve Comndttes
(Amendrnerit) No 5 Act. 1948-3
J* "^ ,-,.,. * It Is the intention of the ,g4Q. ,,
*' A-TrBa'n Committee, as soon as the neces- 1943- isg
.. Awauatta sary funds ore made available j946 Ivg
i i.. by the Vestrv to appoint Mr. C C 1040 23S: 19W; 228; 18*1: 243;
i-... the vagabond kim; Lpg,^ Assistant Inspector of 1952. 311.
...* uimr mamra MiirHi Hoads. ns their Clerk at a -lalarv Increase since 1939All Item1
* "^,oi)hav. nt queen of 810.00 per month Mr. Legall 211 10%; Tood Only 187 18%
Thr the-'* "1 capitalism he said.
had given rise to the antithesis of
The foUowIngj table shows the rommumiim and the lettei heM
coal ... IivIitk mdex figure at the -n v idaolOfa Ix-twe-ti the two
a i________ t____ i tn*su __ i a i'. ....
SnKl*miLM S Oovomor-ln-Exeeutlye Comnuiw. ,. , Jnnu; ,rom j,,, ^u.rf.ir The Capitalist Soclely
ATIN nuroa as required by _lhe V"tr,es JanuaryAupmt. 1939 Basis JJJ;,,! ,',. |1[(llv,d.l f living
33-YEAR-OLD FOR
GRAND SESSIONS
111- Wcrshln Mi. h A M.la
100
way. but tl was son that Pol In tliel A
114; 19,1: 121; 1942: 121; . wuaala. thare had been certain yesterday oDmmlttad 33-vear^ild
16; 19: 1GI: 19,5; 185; daUonk and cycles, and Ihcy Melv. Vi.lron.1 of lluuir S',
10; 1941; 22; 194 22; "" 1?,|1 .long wav from wh.1 mxl
'" '" Mara had taught. They hnd .....e Grand Sessions She Is charged
to the materialism which destroy bylhe PoUcj Mill r.HH-lv,,.:: lot
he teaching of Christ and Chris- good,, namely, four bag. of suga,
Industrialization In Puerto
Rico Impresses Members
Of Technical Conference
the property of Harold Pi.. _
Moral-Rearmament did not valued at 114 4. knowing IM
u-ccnt Ihe materialism Ol ",. lama lo ! .tnlcn
left but the Movement was .1. Hi J I If-
ermitied lo nght the materiall-" On behalf ,,f Walroial in ,.
ofXVbjnl Wa. ther,
.IuhI Hfft'irftl
IIIM.IN WHM STIHT
lrirr 2 -
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t.Xll-.hlHINATOK
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..i mi- (Round and Thread)
"-fn-rl.,11. ......nrnended for
hilili.i. and adult*
MOTS STI!.,.A(II!<
rtWHI
N... i. Pfkt ii
Male lo the lormulj ol I'rol
Hush Maclean,
for the treatmenl of Aridi-
ty. IruIUi-dJon. Iliitil.-ii.t
'"I Heartburn
a luii -.Hill, 0r
mm (.iitiih
suns
i All HOT tN i .1
UstBT
Also a ,iii shlpmrnl ot
'.LADIOl.l H i Hull-i
MITE WFATIIF.HHHII
ITD.
selllnc Ace iU for
HOOTS PI'Ri: |>Ml I. i 0
DRINK & ENJOY
COOLING &
KEFKESHING
4 I IN
"Do People Really
Call Me Crabby?"
Do you inoir.imai feel Ihol people arm
beginning lo Ihrnic you ore high-ifrung
oVwnyi fente and nervoui so hSof
wou fly off me handle eai'fyf
Your Nerves Can Play Strange Tricks on You I
unusual i i Aunun'a
i. L-.il. sMffvoea yetcai lo aei
.If Ibilanee -[- i.ill\ during ine
ihnuith ihe moat ir\iun DcriotU of
Wfl h> Liking id.- iime-tettetl
Ionic coal.itiiiii.- \ it.iniin Hi, inm
and other Reeded nun': J
I iim<
ill i baasjBS the faces
We Tnai'i .1.. ;
!,1. 0 I
as ass-oA good b) tssspSBg
mr an
li uill It. lr v>ii I.. I l-n.i. loofe
I- ll-.. M.l U fl.l ell Right.
I >lll ion ih. l.i-t fill f \< it ih, ,i|-
BB ol all
tad liappily
L> Chi
lo help you. |
up- I 01 ,i hu
I 1 I,,.
..,.,. I I', i
I i chance
,i i.. ledgj
E
Dr. Chase's-
NERVE FOOD
HARRISON'S
Broad St.
SOMETHING QUITE NEW
THE
ig new industries. These faclV
ics he said, might incluo.
mptions or special measures such
increat-ed depreciation allow-
1 i Ineosne Tax purposes
I'ROFESSOR C. G. Beasley. Economic Adviser to the
Comptroller for Development and Welfare, returned from
Puerto Rico on Wednesday evening afler attendnm the
technical conference organised by the Caribh<*an Com-
mission under the general heading of Industrial Develop- nd II aatarit also incluiif
ment and particularlv to Finance and Fiscal Measures ' lerrttortsl govornmenta to
which could be taken to assist such development in the ^^,agS^ttus as m iS
Caribbean territories.
Chairman of the Conference large market and these condition-
was Mr. T. Moscoao. head of the are not so easily reproduced In
Kconomic Development Authority other Caribbean territories al- The Conference also stressed
of Puerto Rico. Sir John Saint, the though the experience gained the importance of vocational
Barbados delegate at the Conlei- there wdl undoubtedly be of great -ramlng so that mere would be
ence. was Vice-Chairman while !issisUnce elsewhere" he said. opportunities lor the training of
Professor Beasley who attended The Conference has alread> j^Vf workers to scquli
durcment to bring in
ment to bring in new
ind un-
industries.
.. ohserver for the U.K. and as luued a Press Communique -um-
. rUh
>ih Sir Qeorge Seel as marbing us main conclusions and r""* l^nTw?
Hritish Co-Chairman was Chair- ,t drew very largely OR Pusrf ;|V jZS^ZTji
the Committee of Finance Rican evperience in Its mam pro- "lpir proaucnv.
nd Fiscal Aids to Industrial De- posali
eat.
He said that the Conference was
held at Puerto Rico because there.
they had a successful example of
the carrying out of an industn ili-
/ation programme over the last
They went actually to
the opening ceremony of the lSOlt.
,ich was an optical fac-
|| Corporation.
The I. hIiiif recommendation
Is thai dovernment* Oiould
estabIKh development authori-
ties, with a special ta-k of seek-
i,r to attract industrialist*. t>
these Islands.
Subsidiary C'ompnnies
neccs-ary tar rsii I
id to increa*.
,vit-
Agriculture
recognised that i
m most of these territories, agrl-
roold remain the most
important single activity but that
the increasing pressure of popula-
tlon and to some extent the me-
chanization of agricultuT.
necessary to support a policy It
'sUblish new UldytrlSS wlirn-
ever opportunities offered.
The most profitable method "f
achieving this *
Industrialization established industrial linn
Memb.. -ere up subsidiary companie-
..--.. m-M,,i ..-itt. th- aaldaaa Caribbean tcrntoiies. This woul.l
SLSJTr^^^UtbTSr "able technical manage I
l*VS?i&SZn"SZSSS^ ThcTonS^- oo Mdexed at the next meeting of the
ri n. industrial cor op)n|on lha. Covemmrrr, tnouW Caribbean Commission it,
^r. Bier- at nart of the offer special facilities to overseas Ou-Helouoe The Report will be
UniUrf 9tates?n,ovs very favour- Invertor. if they wanted them to printed and circulated b
able opportuniliws "for access to a take part of lha risk of ettabinh- Mnilieailll fairly soon.
The Conference finally pre-
pared a list of priorities of Indus-
tries which should be investigated
rith ,i vlesr to their encourage-
ment in the Caribbean
ctovabls
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BARBADOS AOTOCATL
FRIDAY. FEBRUARY 22, 1K2
Empire Defeat
College 10
A LAST minute goal resulting from a grounder by
toft thai boat custodian Cl ,
a 1(i en the third match
cason was played at Kensington Oval
i ning.
the crowd in the K. -
lington pavilion wn not k> lam* _^
rnii n iirix v.. hi v n
days this season
covered stands *.' quite a good
.
i a hard
fought and exciting secsaw
Umtl that minute when Dr.iy-
Smlth and
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B.G.By8Wkls
(From Our Own I
PORT-OP-SPAIN Plb 2!.
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* second
II wm anybody's r.iti Tl.rCi.i- i ....,.!,., : i ,
' "' final
and thev were always m AssjaraU failed ha a glorious
II wiis a bis improvement on tbx cond hundred In
wing. -. I tin- third l the
ling the soutt was caught magnlfl-
CoIIcr* touched ofT. kicking with mil i-oundary bv
the wind, and immedintrly Em- Bruiser* Thomas for 83. I
ptre took charge of the game, has MvtT leen performed in
Twice the keeper Camie Smith Trinidad. Pritlsh Guiana n
n<] then the this morning wlhh the score 3S0.'7
forward kick. lasting half
UM right post. dtouj 1|
.. M dismissed without
Karly Arwaults adSu
n.ng ral.n mi
oy ihre early assault.
boys Intercepted well, and when Aagarali and Corbie goine
' ii. used the abort altar 161 i indesu>
pan to distribute the ball amunc m in Ihe first innings, and arm
themselves, and it was tamed Ihef huM>
(.parent that the game rig. The < i 13 before
WOUM l>e a hard fought one. w. t
Play mmffi m
from one voal area to
and twice Robinson took food the bulk of the scoring in an

through passes from his Inside left victory.
Frank Taylor, but his cfforls wcr<
I by good anticipation by Attacking the bowling, Aagarali
llego custodian. * caught on the i*>iindary's
The Empire defi benl ** He in.-.i 13* minutes and
on feedum tii-n rorwarda and took hit ten four*.
up an.I hehl their positions on the La-gall ICOred 2i in II minutes
,if imn. > *tfg laduding the wlnnlnj| hit bring-
ing 147 minutes
Being constantly fed. the I
wards pressed the College drh
reaslon, the wruM chhana snd in:
.lied upon to pull
the ball out of a threatening slcir- i. Twt, i aw.i
mlsh
Play bv ihig time was cuncen- **' * '<**
tratcd in the College area, but caeh
time a possible threat was averte-l
as Smith gathered and cleared P
Stubborn Defence
The Collegians were not
daunted despite these regular as-
taults on their position, and they
defended stubbornly, occasionally
developing a spirited attack. Their
efforts were however negatived bv
the Empire defenders. Grant and
Bynoe.
College almost got their llrsl rdr
goal when centre forward Paul i. .
Tudor received a through pass,
and out ran Hie Empire right Iwck *'h'"
buteoUided with Smith ihe T.n, -h.
custodian n
The ball rolled towards the *""'""
open goal, but Grant, running ^#
back, quickly diverted it ovei u thinidad jni> innings
the right win* when ht beat A^nm < Th... a L Tram
Medford before clearing uwiaTn'nw Si*b'
The Interval came a few sec- i >tn mm'out
onds later. The score was 00. Bii
Emplie took the touch on re-
sumption, and immediately the
College forwards Initiated two
good forward movements but
I re nor taken advantage of
by the wingmen.
Bynoe the Empire right back re- .
placed Smith in goal because of a '"**l,
minor leg injury.
The Empin
quickly from these, two assaults,
and onre more bore down the Held
into the College area. A spectacu-
i." m bv the College keep* i-
thweHed the effort whin Hop.-,
the outside right kicked hard along
the ground.
A shot from the left winy b)
Robinson Just fkimmed over the
College cross bar.
See-Saw Battle
The game developed into an in-
teresting see-saw baltlr during
which Taylor, the Inside left, an *
careening through the Held, but
kicked, not without danger, for
smith was out i
Ufa open goal.
re tight mi:
gallantly, and on one i
C.erful shot bj '
tii reared off Its course
got within yards of
fiMkin
Toll I *ll
WM-hM. (.11-1 ft-. M. 1 ht N I ft..
0. for m. a lor am. n for Mi. 7 fer
. 1... Ml. t for 3M.
Thisbailer* it or not i< a picture of Britain'* midrib* wright champion. Randolph Turpin. ui acuan
(pardon the expr"ion'> against his nearest British rival. Alex Button. That is Buxton on the left. The
tight an overweight match at list. '.Ub. ended when Buxton. by virtue of a badly damaged eye
railed "Enough'* at the end of the seventh round. The 'needle' clement In this fight drew a capacity
ctowd to Ilarringay Anna, hut the fan* registered their disapproval with frequent outburst* of slow
dapping and rhythmic foot iimptnic In Turpin- favour it should be said that ha has had a long lay
off ah*M his epic fight with Suxar Ray Robinson in New York Ian September but that was hardly an
excuse for -o much laying.on. Buxton. on the other hand, seemed intent on turning the light into a
wrestling match *ith ttM roaoM that the hardest worked man lu the ring was referee Jack Hart
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Caribbean Yacht
Cruise 1952
INTEREST in Ihe forthcominj; Caribbean Yaffil
Cruise or^unised by the Society oi the Friends <>f EnRlish
Harbour la greatly increasing and the committee is busilv
'lccuplcd in making arrangements for a special proitramme
I i vtnts t<) mark the occasion when a number ol
rill i>r :it anchor In the historic English Harbour betwesm
the lth nnrt 21st March.
the Mast House, ilhi- lunch is
open to all person* particitjjt'na
Soelet Presentatb,n of Prizes will
lake place at the Admiral's House
.by the Governor pi UM
.Islands and Mt.. Blackburne
67 Remain
In Grand
National
LONDON.
Of the 67 entries i routining in
Ihe Gran- no has a
bigger query against its form
mater, '.he Irish hore
-ir yeais ago. he accom-
plished a remarkably hat trick
Winning the KiUlur Hurdle Han-
dicap, lbs
I rt In the
run. and a h
I '.(. haS not run ft!
Tbn year, the 87 accaptors
i> been taken from a total of
84 entries. For last years ra "\
Bth TS nominations, of
which 14 went out at the first
acceptance Mage
The standing of the many
horses in the bottom half stone
hSflriiCap is j surprise.
Thof have a poor chance, unless
a Saasre. similar td that of ia*t
jwar occurs Then only the
flrst two. Nickel Cnl nn.| ltos .1
Tan. complete,) the course wlth-
C'U mishap.
The handicap divisions read .is
I .ii wi Tc at list. 71b; six
list. 131b. and llt
7lb. (both inciusivei; ix between
and list Sib (both In-
clusive); and the remaining 53,
Including last yc.ir's winner.
Nickel Com. are in ttM
There were no surprises in the
rttm-accepttars. Cat* Creme. allot-
ted 12t. 71b.. had no pr>
with top weight, and therefore
withdrew. Cottage Rake '"'I
y the bead
Jumpers in th<. country, are being
i the. Cheltenham n M
CUp.
I SI two ex-
cellent horses and both In form
thu season, wer.. so hji
Ihat the owner* decided they
nig rmnigh to await a
belter opportunity.
With Shagreen and Gi*cenxur
net accepied. only Ear!
mains of the trio nominated l>y
the late Mr. J. V. Rank.
Great things are expected of
Early Mist. He Is only seven
years old. and \$ b] Hiumeux mil
of Sudden Dawn, by Hurry On
out of Mountain Light. He i^
half brother to four winners on
the flat. He has a pedigree more
Ilk,. Unit ol a high-class flat-
racer 'ban a 'chaser.
Besides the remarkable Hum-
ter bhera are two other winner?
cl the Irish National, ley Calm
(1951) and Domintek's Bar
IMOJ
Winners nl the three previous
Nationals. Nickel Coin (1931).
Freebooter (1950) and Russian
BLAIZE WILL
GO TO HENDON
WTIGUA Feb 19.
Advice has been received frotn
tarv ,,f State that
E. J. Blaise haa been
-tccepted for course of traininf
..t the Metropolitan Police Train-
ing School. Hendon. England.
The course will commence on
the 31st March. 1952. and con-
Unuc until the Sth September.
1952. The cost of the training
will be mot from the general
allocation of t\>: million art
Colonial Service train-
ing under the Colonial Develop-
Welfare Act and affects.
neither the federal nor presiden-
tial allocations of Colonial Devel-
opment and Welfare fund*.
Belleville Liw u
reunis r Men's DoublcaFlnala
Dr. C. G. Manning and E. I'.
Taylor beat P. Mc G. Patterson
and G- H. M.nning 1 61.
64.
TO-DAY'S FtXTmr.
"Used DoublesFinals
Miss D. Wood and Dr. C. Q
Manning40.
vs
Mrs. D. Wnrren and V. Roach
'4 30
After this match the Cups for
"ii- winners In the Tournament
Aill be presented.
3 Afore For
Yacht Cruise
ANTIGUA, Feb. 21.
Th. following three have been
added to the entrant* for Ihe
Cargsbvan \ icul cruise: Search
a 53-foot motor sailer owned by
Mr. Dave Chapman of Chicago,
number one. board not yet known.
The 32-foot cutter Oregon
owned by Mr. H. D Cole with a
party of three and one crew
The 33-foot ketch Orall under
charter to Mr. C. S. Hamilton and
.i party of 3 and one crew Joining
at Grenada.
Hero (1949) are engaged this
year, aa are Scottish National
winners Court Painter (1951)
and Wot No Sun (1949). Skyre-
holme, victor in the last Welsh
National will also be running.
ting fact concerning
Court Painter is that in the P**t
four and a half seasons, he has
had only two successes. The first
was in a Novices race In 1948.
and the other was his Scottish
National victory in 1951
Tentative riding engagements
include T Molony on Roimonri,
F Winter on Irish Lizard; and
A. Granthnm nn Another Prince
Boys' Club Play
Football
THE 3rd match of the Cit-
Boys' Club division was played at
District "A" yesterday. Both gamci
ended in a draw The juniors1 game
was cast from the start
game was ten rrunute>
Cecilia forwards who were com-
bining well attacked their opp- -
neiuV goal. Cortes Gnrtlth Bl
centre forward who rso
good pas* from the left win 4
scored the flrst goal of the match.
The score was now 10 with
\" pressing Uie game
and Irving fur the equalizer.
After half tUUS
fought well. Almost 19
before the end of play. F. Holder
scored th* equaliser for District
-A".
The teams:
District A: B. Coban, Foster.
B. Alleyne. K. Forde. Grimes, K.
Forde. F. Holder. O. Alleyne.
D. Ga&kln (Capt.l. Waithe. and
Blenmnn
St. CecUla: S. Patrick, Downc
(Capt.) F. Forde. Brathwaite. S.
Jordan. K. Hinds, M. Inniss. E.
Hurley, Cortex Griffith, C. Grtmih
and R. Rudder.
Referee: G. Carter.
The seniors game was very
fast in the first half. In the sec-
wd half District A fell back
and St. Cecilia forwards who
were now in their stride, com-
bined well, and raided their
opponents' goal on several occa-
sion*, but eoolkeeper Gulntom-
saved well. The final blast of the
whistle found the score 0U.
H. Norville. C. Haynes. C. Griflith
were impressive.
The teams:
District A Gulstone. K. Van-
terpool. W. Mullins. F. Heal-y.
E. Holder. S. Gulstone. O. For.ie.
ft. Walters, L. Hoyte. C. Alleyne
and Padmore.
St. Cecilia: S Jordan. C. W.l-
linms. Fitt. N. Phillips, O. Hayn <=.
P. Senly. B. Banfleld. C. OttUns,
I I fill, C. Grlffllh and N. Norville.
Referee G. Gill.
WEATHER REPORT
YESTERDAY.
KaLifall from t'odrinalon:
nil.
Total Rainfall i>>r month U>
yeaterday: .07 1ns.
Highest Temperature 85.5"F
Lowest Temperature: 68.3'F
Wind Velocity: II miles per
hour.
Barometer (9 a.m.) 29.931*
(3 p.m ) JS.875.
TO-DAY.
Sunrise: 6.24 a.sa.
Sunset: 6.04 p.m.
Moon: Last Quarter. Febru-
ary II.
I.irhtinc: 6 30 pin
High Tide: t 21 a.m.. I 12
p.m.
Low Tide: 7.57 a.m.: R 01
.if the Leeward
1 I'lackbuine
greatly regret that, owing to the
death of Ills Late Majesty King
v! and ofrtnl Churl
mourning, the Fancy Dtess Ball
which they i
Clarence ii.
7.no Tuo r.er.^-(Mari:
Waveband); or VP2AJ
(Amateur waveband).
Houri of Op.-rflfi.ni
Daih h 3" .i m and 4.30
p.m
When the yachts enter English
to havuiglven at Ha,u,ur OB Tuesdav. ixth M.ir.h
Wediu-s-lay. (Be, u,n h, directed to a muorlni
All SUstl lltad
\\ elsh Paailiere
Our '
KINGSTON. '
Ma their
Jamaica
when Uli
Ion :i n .it Sabm i i
All en: it the All
;

seen In Jamaica as the visitor..
out manoeuvred the soMsari in ,.
List game.
I9lil Ml'r,h' has been cancelled. alongside the Dockyard, or lo
Phc Comrnitee hops that the. anchorage in the Harbour, o
nun Im- able o arrrsnn an niter- P(l||ri. ,TOat wiu (lp 1(1 tfu. Harbour
I ient for that inrmg;
. , and to carry out simple immigrn-
Clarence House was built in ,, i(IU, ,,,ri ,nrmMlun; there
and was first occupied bj wl(| iw no harbour due* or other
1787,
bwumi "i- uii '-'"l""' <'.- will be rt
like or CUrStieelater Kuic rharves
uriui,., hi ...i. l. .. ... '".iriis.
Wi'li.iiu IV when he was com-
manding HMS Peonstis which
i our Tin
House WI ii aged in
the hurricanes which struck An-
V.KtO, but it hn' '
paired aO ..ltnost tin

built. Its "tructure, layout and ir:-
terior d> oraUoi a
1787. Had it been DOSS-
1
lur Fa i
Among other items on the pro-
i i .'i*r will alaj
lends of the
19th and B fTarl tunch i
m the Dockyard on Wcdncsd;.
Pai uctiisrl* ..utst indisg irsre
i
the right for the lii-t i 0 i -..id of Nelson,
(|| (j,, A sailing rux
Bynoe was forced to retire aft.....ri.....half: Ksmperrter ad Tlw Cribi>ean Cruise Comm
being more SSTaJUSly hurt, ami Ktkiuln in the forward line.
,v was continued the Col-
attacked with added
naUon
were however success-
,.fiii when Drayton i>eat Cami-
.,. Smith iii goal with a low one into
\ the left corner Thc BOW Bl

ftei f'" rninutea i laj In i n I
goal area. Ihe referee sounded the
I final whistle.
\ *' The teams were as follows
Harrison Colleue: C. Smith, F
Trotnun. Symmonds, Mi
(Smith, G. Squires. Reid. Griffith
P. Tudor. F. Tudor, G. Medford
ITmntrr: Smith. B H> noe. Y
Rudder, Allrvne. Maynnrri
J* Hope. Drayton. DougU I
1' lor, Robinson.
|j Referee SfSS Mr. L. F. Harris
UM consists nf Ci.ininandei \' I
T. R.N (H.i
I
..^T . MI H'*i Club, Antigua and W
NETBALL T A P n Brj
Anttoua
The Queen's College Old <
will . n
by 18 goals to IS .1111 1 > c4 ir f. t
match which was plaveil : in t
c.iii ge groui d The Crulsa n, arllJ be In d II
gtime was la>t and in both halves less communication With *
Ebon lean ' Committee in Antigu
lion of a*
One girl
lime.
r mime Snnth M goals
r.\ p..- K .ii- I goals.
Phi Browne pui in eight goal-
for Oueen's l' lie
rtson Ward o( Arthur.
On rcsumir.n.n. fJoJoDJ
" llf
Rvt
rstfltha
113 metres (2.638 m/cs) or
47 metres (6 3 m/cs)Mar-
ine waveband.
Sign*
i illlhawk"Mike N
Roucr (Marin,
S or VP2AJ
tour waveband).
English Harbour ZBO20
j They'll Do It Every Tune
Colonnade Heat
Alleyne Arthur
ui- won their match
igainai AUeyne Arthui
at Combermere by 43; the game
was a keenly contesteu
two goals being scored In the
first half In favour of Alleyne
>de for-
i got into their str
i.-k goals resulted. Ston
after this. Aluqrne Arthur sue-
' scoring the equalixer.
,|V" nUni iha fTnai
ksnnade goi their Ainnlng
dei and Bovell .scored
thw goals and one goal respect-
t Colonnade, while Go dard and Slivers scored two
noals and one goal res | v( .
i AH.-vne Arthur. Mi .1 ,',.,'
ell icteired the game.
r\RWBh:\\ His run./
SOUES OPENS
PANAMA CITY !
irtiSMan baseball seri<
hi ith iMerta
I tt> a th:
ii tie in eleven innings m the
first gam- Vi :. behind.
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