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The Barbados advocate

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Title:
The Barbados advocate
Uniform Title:
Barbados advocate (Bridgetown, Barbados : 1983)
Portion of title:
Sunday advocate
Place of Publication:
Bridgetown Barbados
Bridgetown, Barbados
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Advocate Co.
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English

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Barbados -- Bridgetown

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Dates or Sequential Designation:
Apr. 22, 1983-
Numbering Peculiarities:
No issue published for May 3, 1983.
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On Sunday published as: Sunday advocate.
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Latest issue consulted: Feb. 28, 2005.

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By ROBERT REFORD i R Lun | Murder ¢
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HHINGTON, Jan. 8 i ‘ .
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Primmiai and Churchill on Tuestiay ordered their Foreig: Colonial |
‘ret 0 begin wor t¢ I t t a | Aubrev Kirton, P.M.Q. of St. Lues
i policic \ I 1) lA‘ | » { | vhen the case i f
ia and the Far East ve Opie n sherman of St. Lucy, who 1 !
i hill f J »} iE | 3-month-old child, Geoffrey Boy
i f ‘ » wa ‘ | :
mil IK 1 in the area } r the elimina ae tuild AS unds ntinued betore the Han. ‘ihe i ¢
: { )} Collymore at the Court of Grand Se
na a erences In p ri € | }
t where A American fere { LONDON, Jan. 3. | | a oo: y oe ae :
ill be no basie shi r i mmediatel — oa } | Gene of the crime
il res te - ma ae pol cies Immea — ) Some er : . rebuilding} Mr. F. bk. Field Assistant A
ruman made it "tly that the Ur + a dev ent in the plone
1an made i perfectly c! 1 e I ed States |S se ae oloni¢ Geaeré pi uting CRICKE' E
could not entertain any idea of 1 ! ne Commi cs a Rae 4 ae aes , a t Mr. C. H. Clarke, KC " mts B
i. ‘ “bh shill + > ] ] , + > ; : . t a c } ; ne
China. Churchill it equally clea at Britain could] lac ntney) fore he | Mr. G. B. Nite LUNCH SCOREBOA
not « er withe Wing its recognit I ( ‘ lth Finance Cencuing Springer
i £ R |} Wt th ‘ ' r ind D
| ex er 1 2nd Day
: - a sa 82 ' wi Phillip West Indies \ Tasr
AGREEMENT one ' Hed, Philliy | wii t ti
| ae ‘ J. Stollmeye » Cowley
Bu ere the con ree! for | t } A. Rae not out 4
States Rrit a atkins | : r » being | R. Marshall c Goodw
a ad un mu stz a once Vv ear d 1 a as ° t | Displose
ation to do the maximum to harmonize ( 1 the . * au Extras
Middle East Asiatic areas. Tt was le 1 after the ' igt 0 live
White House ed a brief men : ; | th He Knew “Smutts” ] TOTAL (for 2 wkts.)
Churchill at the morning mee cont j : | t Field, Phi
military matters” and “also reviewed the curre A ee er eee Graauae I dit pot oes main call Se
in the Middle East and OL ity to defend. aarti . jtember 19. Greave ometir kK | * a
1 1 ‘ te’?
Churchill himself te f th Y i hwhil d_ profitable; ae 'D Kirt = ‘ e Cc tri ic ily
} ” ‘ t wat + . rp 7 7 9 r Ptonm said thé on Septem
everybody” is happy of the ilk E , that they t WEST INDIES needed 94 with ¥en wickets in hand to win the third Test when Sir Donald Brad r 21 he met Supea ae shone b> N
he t eal { Y f ; : : | man, John Goddard and Arthur Aorgis had lunch together on Gheristmas Day Both the Australians . ny py ‘ , ~ »Y
ere i ex if an ro s far i for ti West " "hey went to a cane Orie q
; - Ah ae 8 I 3 J 1: oars for th ‘ ave just tried to convince John that he has as good as won the game-——but he knows the Australians by ' t + 90 ¢ f 7 . 4 re
1 } Indie r ‘ & ibout 30 fe rom 1
is to be n ara : ! problems w h idies are concerned, some indus-} this time, and he still looks cantions, te i ; f th fi id Ws
laeue then 1 » enact 7 . ‘ x : ‘ i are bound to suffer; | salts: saa * s ie aah whe Hela, a sma "e sav © ’ '
plagt é the m in the eastern areas, the must constantly | whether — the aia ade wild . i dapigualbbueieiais ip of trash, In this heap he sa | HOMES MUST SWITCH OF 3
work in future to ay l s where policies difler uffer depends on the case that i H ( } eft knee. of a dark skint OR GO WITHOUT HEAT
. 1 O& 4 h . ? » e case that is ~ oh 4 i , y
United Stats ary of State, Dean Acheson and é m it i Ouse ongratulate Leader Two iilem rf il Phere was a dismem!
British Foreign Secretary Anthony Eden will start at once rt best chance for colonial ‘ : | , ; / ea eas ee th c os he
f + rt ’ : ; rritorie is the fact that the | : ‘ | : " aes vag stl j
on a project here. Eden will remain in Washington on Wed-] mai: Mr ¢ H A a ‘ ‘a , he ) tt | : ee
: 7” i ; YF ee ; na k ll be on dollar Vibe Veo e J ms | 7 M 4 Fe portion of the | ; F
and Thursday after Churchill leaves for New York riding er indibiendent 9 as oN De } Ch { Ua? € ?1 vas resting on the buttecks of t cs impossible GELS. A020: ORS
- ‘ i ) t le
{ , Talks will be supplemen | rt on Friday vealth countries hal leg ere crossed ons
tlLawi ‘KS Wl sup} art ” ida) Phe 5s toreifateais : Mr. G. H. Adams, Leader of the House Asse Snees POLNUINg so: snes aaa
wit! Three Power military talk including France on he it sores which " : a ‘ FeO se.of Asse mbly, wa " 2 plian l 4 oo Tt { Evenin ndard
Indo-China wher , envi ened oe f ave their economies controlled} congratulated by members of that Chamber yesterday, « : eo ’ ee a ee rt Feat
1do- na where it is feared “another Kore may belt vith 2 ‘ 7 s as ; . wo of the ink of the be t varning wa giv
threatened * 1a) e ir n ean tee hall} his being awarded a Companionship in the Most Distin | passed cleanly through to ety derman J. \
+, Ce stirel : a Sarasa guished Order of St. Michael and St. George in the | g's . ) the wer joints of the sacri chairman of the Lo Bod
General Omar Bradley, Chairman of the United States c eats “n° p WhOone New Year's Honours List oe alates j Major General Huss a rf rough the haunc B Lanes, one ur not nd chair
Joint Chiefs of Staff, gave a full report to Truman an caine sis? thea . as m ; ptivn) which was slightly splint ion Electricity P it
‘ : ’ U > V é ep t ri é é {qui disproportionately _ ir the Congratulations were offered by \ “Mae a ES a oe if ; 1 W ig I inter : on ectricity Pe Committee
Churchill and associates on the military aspects of the last yea senior member for St. Luc¥ re M - e E te a Frontier A aoe Or . tBA | ple of inche ibove the | Only if the housewif
es . pind 7 . ¢ ad F, ar 2 t » me be ed e ( t i bove he i atten .
Korean war. Both Truman and Churchill agreed that every A Real Chance hee ;* as Goddard, Leader _ , rud ve t milar redueti
t} * tas a : ead ae 1 whe Ribert a ‘yeaa of the Opposition and junit member i Christ Chureh ists, tried to a ite ’ tland commercial
| hing easible must be done to bri abou he truce in y iber x0 es 0 Trini-i Mr. J, B. T, Braneker, before tie Amer va unharmed, but the; pubi 1id. would \
Korea. The conference will resume again this afternoo @ On Paze 3 , business of the House was begira, e Of ae) ee ounded mT upplic s take 1 ;
when the two return to diplomatic and military problems in -———————_.-___ eee at he aan perhaps be} Reds Re ecl i \ ute rl ' Trace of Hood the winter with the
» Bur ss aa ; | ed to make re 2» to ; Af a ‘ ' e whole skin edge w j sal :
the European field. Plans for ending the conference are still j EK nl 8 Dee int etek tee anal = J home from his office 1 x} , i. rece ig Of ott, | taterruptions.
uncertain, but no communique will be issued on Tuesday ‘rench Line 18 |New Year's Day e Press ¢ J | when two men opens ire ¢ et notches for whic { “If the private householder
: 1 uesday ¢ in the Pr x Ww ie I f hich an instru-!, il as
* wight. [tis likely*to-be isstied prior to Churchill's de rv Shi Ki er W set Wyaies in_reference to thier e * e an a car in a ¢ airo ul urb } ment with a close erated edge rae all eee nC L u
*~parture yr Néew Ybor Tadanes : a \L¥ew mperia onour which was b | Tommy guns. tte said 12 1@} must have been responsible. There ‘¢ i nalke
partu for w York on Wednesday afternoon, | WwW.’ ~— or Ww, L, | stowed by His Majesty the King on’ panmMUN JOM. KOREA. J believed them to be Communists.[Wwas no noticeable odour oF trace] 324i *have loau~-shecd
. | 7 s NLUN JOM, L ‘ 8 | by ce lete } t
cn / Tee “1 - c } : a member—a senior member, anc , RORES ne of blood on the cut surface of th ymp (
Truman and Winston Churchill agree that the time is | o ‘ dent bite. Laker of the tbvernment ; Communist truce negotiators to Ame implicated in thel funk or on the trash of on the At certain time
yiot ripe for any early top leve] Cold War talks w Sovie \ Jan. 8 th slo the day rejected the latest United! Palestine arms candal and unt ossible to heat t
| } ar talks with Soviet) in. prenct this colony and the House ’ round possibh h
Premier Josef Stalin, it was revealed on Tuesday. But their mata eae morning} “You will perhaps agree with Nations prisoners exchange propo- | accused of falsifying the price _ The cut tissues were blanched| for the family
second day of talks found Truman-and Churchill still dead 1,0 De ¢ allings ime,” he said 1 Ss i < x Sf ich € n : nd : bh United Nz is th iyp ! ita it 6 ) the t ote Ay
| locked over the issue of withdrawing Briti recognition of | has t taken off tt mane ee eae See ea . ; ees ae plus materials, A nqu t aboot 6.00 p.m. at the 6t. Peter
a Tacs v MAT vil t ) mr ¢ ’ himself, the honourable and learr noon had offered Cemmunist ve REGS eS s lor ry he reported to Mr. S. H
Red China t 1 i de b ed member for St. Joseph, and \ evised prisoner of exchange plan | #auitted him Nut Coroner of the district, at :
They agreed, however, that everything possible must | WiC betwee! E rope i Trin id id, th ae ve nty nee me mbers ¢ f sowing On two contested points bu . “ae » | 0 at 1 f, neath alien hose request he had viewed the Israeli i ore 3
be done to bring about the truce in Kore Ith Std oe ; aD t Ja this amit would like to feel sticking their basic demand for 9° “!et po mean remait
Bi rin l . a, although it was| } Be Graane Ny that it is an honour conferred voluntarv repatriation Russian trawler tood it the He then emptied the remains of * ~ +
not disclosed what this may involve. American and British VON West Indies her! this very ancient and honourat arbour of Port $ i 16z' | child out of the bag in which Kili é Keypiiu
ources said the question of seeking r t t June st { the . Olonial Legislative Assembly Admiral R. E. Labby Chief U.N, Canal ne, pa igh en(th ere brought to the Mortuary O's
was not eve raised. at formal White , . 1 se : dre e-| Privilege And Pleasure negoti tor on truce supervisio TOMES Vial ivostok on tt Ri It va ae that he noticed for the CAIRO
hinted the chances of.a Big Three or Bis F ; eas “ t li at interval Mr. Brancker said that as the sured ¢ ommunists in writing the ian ern ime the et An a ure Isra
Tate 2 ORO Dat AEE : Big Four meeting. at, Sirsa coaahaldg mt {second enior membe} of the House would get back all of their prisor A ry seaeaiiin % Skin Peeling Off [crossed the Egyptian-I
t ba P em: DCCR. Ver sy I it a t watand wt the a n Page 5 ers who want to return te Cor the but 600 he remain vere those of 4} line into the P.
Churchill informal talks aboard Truman’ cht On, Grasse eS Harnalrt aan a tas sncencanrenpen imine munism even if the Reds ca person hed th ahroiit: a id abo © feet six inches tall} Sunday, killed seven pe
Saturday night:—U.P. on the West : ery - >»: produce enough U.N, priseners an Live I and “Lor tive Ru I een one and two years| wounded eight other (
ae replaced the Seana ineau Asked former South Korean, troov ia With Egypt The late ai at , ie nourished and| to the Cairo newspaper Al Ahrat
i wn in Octobe | civilians to swap on a man for mat, of the trawlers forced the p re wed for. The i roe vere lace paper said that
‘ 4 t ) + th t t The J . J 7 eat trimme ind the nail beds; Foree crossed the truce lit
r ° d 1e momer he De Grasse is aSis8 The United Nations al ” t el e part 4 7 : ;
‘ , & ci in thorough ove i a iropped their demand that Sout! which tl vypt ( ert {| ‘ een. Soe isjthe border ea of Ga
® \ ye rhaul > PI jen d which e Egys : ' | eelir oft The skin of the| ttacked tI A ‘
QO ul i is = Ane! whic 2 alt luc . alter tions to met are = serving in the Re Port 5a as expect itt re) lso showed sor ire o howitzer ‘nd Molot De mi
¢ ui ab i for service i PARIS. Jan army be « W977 te d as privoner v y en ; , 4 \ @ On Page 3 --U.P
‘i. < climate Ti le WAS at Bresident Vincent Auriol var They did retain, howey § ae nal ym pit 4 winaitenentrnitca
t Au ip ‘ { ‘ { ort 1 wer ( rike {
} o ® Ww ‘ ua ' ies a ied ata Ain their insistence that rep i } I
| s4aPronia Arriv es [Socialist Henri Pineau, Tuesd3Â¥' be run on a volantary basic stress.) 280 Ci
J { tv) La new I i \ ( )
ng that no person , ' pat
Y , Government and end what thre at sii ‘ { ti th
| ant t I » will be forced man saicl th ie ‘
+ VY 7 mn 4 "ie * H j Cc uke Replaced ened beg be the wor t cris is in t ods untae OP. aah ince the Anglo-F p p
FIRST: OF THE SEASON | See.gears history of the fourth ne: : etd en ns |
Newton public, te
“ “x : Pineau, 47-year-old Finance E> r f Y ° Othe oures ‘ i
The Cunard Liner Caronia is scheduled to arrive in Carlis ; ; J sa ee pert, emerged from the 40-minu U. N. Committee cause for the tril
Bay this morn ing to open the local 1952 Tourist season. She KI ’ Jan. 8 intervie vith the ner intieiia’ daiad: he sn pe
left New York on Saturday and Barbados is her first port of | . He K Newton, Finance poo a ee | ew ae a = | Approve Western } ih wh finial. by rote
: Secretar 1 } been .| President askec ‘ it an offic M
call on her 100-day voyage. ed | Ge r t a a 4 avi 4 sy nt Comte could fo cast A jee Unior
’ 7 rte . c ) rn he sug- i ant. My } u ;
The Caronia leaves this evenir nodern as tomor et comf natin ot Donald Sangster,| simple. I will go now to congult Resolution uP
for Por ; n. Trinid ! thei M | 1 Ur , : 5 = y yin og
; Pi Ev Os Spain, Trinidad = . oe Minister for Social Welfare, from|colleagues before deciding : — saad
- . x“, m ‘ ly n¢ a hig ? u ; private bathroor ul I er t ompany | answer I will give him. Pinea ' PARIS, Jan. 8. | ; i bess
ntirely ew concept < ocean 1 anc 1O ( Trin d vho}| he b: © . vl e United Nations Main Po / Y
travel is this 34,000 xur th Brit Carib- fe ea woly a, tty ‘ove e tical Committee approve | E N. Again I aul
liner Caronia, largest engel : en Pree Fs , , Tald Tuesday over Soviet oppositio 7 vrs
VV . I c ‘ks in}morning P PI ’
t : : t ene “) slag H. A " the Western resolution bolsteri: To Caplure ili
16 end of the r un smoking #oom Cul arts 4 gidincehilahapeesties apenas ihe Acheson plan veto-free nm |
urant ll air conditionec : r ‘ ol « t
i Dag I ( erence as . ‘ ehiner o deal with the future H.Q@., K
Streamlined in. appea nd!|Open and closed pro ade iviser but $ wie 405 Red “Suspects 5 with three abstention Th Cor 1
ultra modern in des he t exe ef unobstruct x ae z 1s a good margin over a t : ‘i
Caronia | h et , : exer t L, Plead funocett thirds majority that will be nece
portions of an Atlantic line n sary for final approval | t ‘
the sleek grace of a crui t tio ' c [ANILA, Jat General A rite Balloting Korangpo ne
turing a well-raked_ clipper Frotr ter to ern, the ‘ v who ved for rhirt . an aa Sarna taken on the eleven-nation onl ifter A lhic ‘
b tripod mest and | Caronia marvel of grace anc : Sarnaion Be Pee Re ve i Nae jution..lP, wit! 80 vards of
ternally-supported funnel l pow a horoughly enjc ble , ah t e imunists o nem be i
git y Aas : Ses eae (ened of the rebe! Huk pleaded innoc« an Sane ris ib Waa tes Fe
7 k at thei nment on charge ° ail : ; Oth
eos i of rebellion with murder, arson.| Carmadian Wheat \\.'°0 200°" ° i
’ 8. s. q ARON HA nd eRe oe in a Court of the fi .
F J ice t !
rat Instance: ie alleged to ve M@aches New High i o
fellow conspirator f 26 Hh 3 ¢ i
ar Re onvicted of rebe 1 OTTAWA, Jar . (
in a Politburo tz which ¢ { Canadian wheat stocks o1
last May cember 20 totalled 220,78 1 of ind tl countel j A
The Philippine Government bushels and are running al the first attach opper
charged that the defer e neck and neck with stor 30-minute battle
members and office of the - corresponding date in is 0 i i off ¢
munist Party an@ of Huk Or cording to the Bureau of F
izations tics. Stocks of Canaciis
Amor pecifie crim storage or imtransit i
harged with are massacre { America amounted to 220, 975.4 | ( i
Mrs. Aur Quezon, the dc bushels on December 20, while|!
fof President Quezor and several farmers’ marketings during |
| othe 1949, ¢ raid the week ending December 20 130
Art camp Makabulos in to 6,951,000 bushels fron | ed
lac ar on the town of Santa’ previou yea Overseas exy |
Cruz in the Lag na Provinces clearances up to 2,580,000 bu |
t f ) UP. om 1,059,000.—(€LP.) ur
Myst ee. Bla: ts Kill a
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fror two cos! nexplaine plast ‘
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Truman ‘Explore Eastern Probler









Medical Officer
Gives Evidence


































PAGE TWO



Caub Calling

PORTRAIT











a from the 2nd_ Test
Match, W.I Australia will
be the highlight of the British
Council's Free Show at their head-
quarters “Wakefield n Friday
lith at 8.15 ; é Charlie
Chaplin will be rring in the
feature film of the evening

® gramme British

2 part { the 2nd

i Jest Indies \ Au
tralia); Magic Touch iking the
most of natural resources); Home
and School (home ool rela-
tionsy> Charlie Chaplir at’ the
Shuw

On the Caronia
N RS. ARTHUR CHOATE, mem-

ber of the executive coma
mittee of the G Scar Ass
ciation of Ar will be amo
the passenger ving here ta-
day by 1¢ Caronia. She is al
Chairman of the Chalet Commit-
tee, ‘

This committee runs an In-
ternational chalet at Adelboden,
Switzerland for all girls guide
and girl scouts.

Mrs. Choate will be met at ti
Baggage Warehous by the Girl
Guides Island Commissioner Mrs.
E. E& William She will vi
“Pax: Hill,” the gir! guides’ head-
quarters” where he will meet
members of the executive of the
Gir] Guides’ Association Her visit
will -coincide with a meeting of
the Sea Rangers

be



She will

iccompanied by he
band.



Fina]_Arrangements

RRIVING from Trintahd ove



the week-end by B.W.LA. wa:
Mr. Richard Speirman, -Manager
of Warner Bros., in Trinidad. He
is here to make final arrangement:
with Caribbean Theatres Ltd., for
the release of “C aptain Horatio’
Hornblower” at the Plaza, Bridge-4
town; next month
During his stay here he is ;
guest at the Ocean View Hote}

Cld Boys’ Association















.

ONE of the oils now being ex-
hibited by M. Nechoumoff at his

Christmas and Races
R. DENNIS MALONE, Bar-
rister-at-Law, who
the Christmas holidays in Grenada

exhibition

Museum.
M. Nechoumoff, a Russian

artist of the Ozarist regime had

at the Barbados

with his family returned from
made another canvas of Madame that colony on Monday by
Simon when she lived in Paris. B.W.LA

The new painting was done at

her home 8t. Leonard’s House Returning the same day
























spent










essentiol qualities of the

RARBADOS ADVO(

THE WOMAN OF

MY WIFE, because

she is what

EILEEN JOYCE



daughte1
ind wife at home with the burdens
of Britain’s ambassadress abroad
during her father’s illness.
Boxer Freddie Mills, Leslie Hore-
Belisha, novelist Gilbert Fran-
kau, and actor Robert Beptty
also chose Princess Elizabeth.

THE NEWS EDITOR
of the Daily Express
MRS, BRADDOCK. Because she
has reached new extremes of no-



c

from] toriety in 1951.























2

ATE



tirl of 16 who we



voice.”

«SIR MAUR

> Vice-Chancellor of Oxford

of the author and broadcaster,

THE late DAME, ELIZABETH
CADBURY, because, as Sir Patrick
Hannon said: “Her activities were MRS. JOHN
jirected by wise benevolence and
unabated perseverance in every y
good cause. JOHN M
PETER BAKER, M.P. en
PRINCESS ELIZABETH, be- |°."% Me young
cause she managed to combine the







yn the all-America

ICE BOWRA

BETJEMAN, wife
for

having a most original personality.

ACADAM
CHADWICK, for
est woman ever to

vim the English Channel,

—L.E.S.



B.B.C.

Radio

Programme

Wednesday, Jan. 9, 1952
11.15 a.m. Listeners’ Choice;

»ckney Cabaret;
10 p.m. News
0—7.00 p.m,



4.00 The







Analysis.

Better

11.45 a.m

|
12.00 noon The

News; |

31.32 M 48 48M





AMERICAN
DRESS
MATERIALS

Cottons







__ WEDNESDAY,

‘Kidneys Must Eczemalich

JANUARY 9, 1952















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THE YEAR ' | oa | Aeids | Kiiled in 7 Mi
y | Clean | Yul Acids ed in 7 Minutes
5 1 é million hid
} s hide
7 7 a itching. Cracking
Is She Someone You Read About— \\ Ping he
} : blem-
4 al . ‘ } ) I Pi only
Yr The Someone You Married ? Burning mate
r Nixo
Cystex te
When the headliners search ir news memories to choose ’ ~
The Woman of the Year, the Se not always pick m the at an pa kage 8
headlines of 1951. a re
When the question was asked around Britain so oftdn there Mix aoaneuk of ®
came pat the repy put most briefly by— aa , Mer Shin Troubles wou
hich crashed at Philadelphia last | Cette
CAROL REED auary, who gave her life to save} ge 2: i SRE
. MY WIFE, because she has stuct of her passengers. m o-morro pening Friday 11th “TOWN
it dae anata, out OBERT BOOTHBY, M.P. 0 2 6 pm, asa ae
SIR ALAN HERBERT MOIRA SHEARER — because Biy New Action—Packed Spe A oe oe Pp
MY WIFE. Because all wive ‘s my cousin, and because she) BAD BOY” 145 & 8.30 p.m
are: ae a difficult a now and nar and such a lovely | NEW Lloyd Nolan—Audie Murphy & Humphrey BOGART as L
she does it so very well. neer, ro ” rr °
FRANK POWELL PETER WILSON Te ii ea ‘ome THE ENFORCER” ||
Metropolitan magistrate MAUREEN CONNOLLY, the re i F

“WHITE FLASH” Adventure! Suspense! Action!



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1 - + Ss. &2 Clu L 1.30 p.m

ma “s will — ee ee wees ee oe: AND “TROUBLE M. aS Re” “BRAND Ohy WAKELY A

fays Wi ee nes Led GORCEY & Bowery Boys Jimmy Wé

JOYCE GRENFELI JAMES McKECHNIE | ei meters gies
7 a ae ON BIGGEST HITCHCOCK'S Dial

THE two Dames of the theatre The radio actor ; STRANGERS TRAIN ~ MASTERPIECI 2810

—THORNDIKE and EVANS— | FOR me, my five - year - old) aaa - =
: ten eit! leughter AILEEN, for saying: “Oh. NOVEL : =

for complementing eich other so a OiSTIN The Garden
well and adding so much to the ": ™¥ Daddy’s not an actor, he’s ad iL Adz a Dial 8404 | G A 5 E T ST. JAMES
English theatre. only something on the end of a

Last Show Tonite 8.30
YOUNG MAN WITH A HORN
Kirk Douglas, Lauren Bacall

Doris Day

= —
——"TUnS, (only) 8.30 p.m.

To-day & To-morrow 4.45 & 8.30 p.m
EDGE OF DOOM
Farley GRANGER &
“TRUTH ABOLT MURDER









{ Morgan Conway.& Bonita Granville TASK FORCE” (Celor>
\OPER &
yan, 2 SAE Paneer ; SPRAIN THUNDER
445 & 8.0 P.M. TROUBLE AEE es
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1952



Ritual Murder Case

@ From Pace 1



pitting due to the attack of insects
in some areas and possible bruis-
ing

The tissue of the skin was subtle
armi soiled with normal looking
foetal matter. The portion of the
rectum found, and this was the
only portion of the intestine seen,

was very pale and empty. The sec-
tion behind the rectum revealed a
state of bloodlessness of the tissues
and he found no definite signs of
post mortem staining.

Identify By Mole

At this stage of his examination
Theresa Boyce was conducted into
the mortuary to view the remains.
She straightaway pointed out to
him, in the presence of the Coron-
er and Jury, a small mole on the
left thigh of the remains.

The cut section of the trunk
showed moderate infestation with
fly larvae, These were larger than
the larvae of the common house
fly. Taking into consideration the
degree of putrefaction, he is of the
opinion that the remains were
those of a child who had died two
days previously and from the state
of the development of the fly lar-
vae and -from the fact that the
mould on which the remains were
found was drying @nd that rain
had not been recorded in that area
on September 19 and 21 but on
September 20, he is of the opinion
that the remains which he exam-
ined could have been exposed in
the canefield on the night of Sep-
tember 19, the day on which this
child was missing.

Impossible To State Cause

With regard to the cause of
death, it was impossible for him
to state the cause of death owing
to the examination of the parts
found. His examination did not
disclose any form of crippling or
wasting or contraction of muscle
associated with paralysis.

Apart from such a possibility,
there was no disease which would
cause the child’s lower limb after
death, to develop the posture in
which the remains were found
and to hold that posture for two
days, therefore he concluded that
‘the child did not die a natural
death

Under the circumstances, he has
considered the likeliest causes of
death, namely, haemorrhage and
asphyxia, He could say definitely
that the child did not die from
haemorrhage for in that case the
toe nail would have been blanched

Although a certain amount of
congestion of the toe nail could
have resulted from the dependent
position which the feet occupied
when found, the peculiar lividity
which was later conspicious, was
nearly always found in the toe
nails of children who have died
violent deaths of asphyxia.

He was given the formal custody
of the remains and they are at
present at the District “E” Police
Station.

Sickle Could Have Done It

In answer to Mr. Field, Dr. Kir-
ton said: Rigor mortis developed
while the body was in a huddled
position and caused the posturing
of the legs. The position could be
obtained if the body was placed in
a sack. If the body had died
naturally and had been disrnem-
bered, some eight or nine hours
afterwards there would not have
been that extreme bloodlessness if
death Ha@= occurred suddenly as
the blood takes longer to coagu-
late and particularly in an individ-
ual who died from violence caused
the blood to remain fluid. If the
child was strangled about mid-day
the blood would remain fluid up to
eight or nine hours the following
night, The serrated edges of the
skin could have been done by an
agricultural sickle.

Cross Examined

Cross examined by Mr. Clarke,
Dr. Kirton said: I agree that there
are four principal forms of as-
phyxia, drowning, hanging, stra e
gulation and suffocation. It is
quite impossible for anybody to
state definitely that a person Wes
killed by asphyxia W ithout the
body showing oi beee of the
cause, I do not entirely agree
ft is necessary to have the whole
body to determine that death was
due to asphyxia The remains
showed marked signs of a death
of violence, | ag T was at
a disadvantage in
lungs for examination















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ave the whole body I
swear tl the child had

Owing to the
head, I could not
child v strangled.
I said that the mother identified
the child by a mole. I agree that
mole re common in human be-
ings. I agree that a single birth
mark—a mole—could be found on
the same spot of more than one
person

ay-/under
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not been
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A Search Party

Next witness, Superintendent
Simmonds, said that in conse-
quence of a report made by
Theresa Boyce he visited Cove
Tenantry on September 21 with a
search party look for the miss-
ing child.

At about 11.45 a.m. he went to
Rock Field. He entered a cane-
field owned by T. Campbell. There



he found what appeared to be a
child covered with trash and
earth. He saw the feet. He then
communicated with Dr. Kirton

who arrived sometime between
and 3 p.m. They removed the
trash and found the buttocks and
legs of a child. The remains were
removed to the mortuary.

Later in the day Theresa Boyce
came to the Station and made a
statement. She went to the mor-
tuary and showed the mole on the
thigh

Took Out Heart and Liver
On September 24 at about 12
(noen) he went to Cove Hole

after receiving a report. When he
reached there he found Inspector
Bourne and other Policemen
Springer showed him a spot where
he said one Greaves had taken the
child on the night of September 19
and taken out the liver and heart.
Springer said that eaves had
brought back the legs and buttocks
and took them in the directior
where they were found

Springer told him that while
Greaves was carrying out the
“techniques” he ‘was standing on









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COLONTAL
DEVELOPMENT

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TY-YEAR-OLD Iphons ‘
FORTY-YEA OL! “4 Al “so Macleod Smith of the Wind-
Beckles of Society Hill, St. John ‘ds’ nd R : oe ee
who was found guilty by an nic : rit ve af = “ =
aol ae the Court < rar ica ¢ ive later iis week,
Asst Joy Ot ine out ot erage they will be gratified to find thal Ladies Look!
year-old Winston Cumberbatch, o ane Sar ae veers os we
extreme penalty ve e e they v ave a real chance
paid the extreme penalty yester= at the conference to explain the
day morning at Glendairy Prison resent degree of tring ni y ‘
netae ie ‘ » - 2 st genc due
The execution took place “* to dollar shortage a wh “ H E
6.55 a.m. and an inquiry was held 4). wee ; tes der which I
after by Mr. G. B. Griffith, Acting est Indies suffer
Police Magistrate of District ke Provisions for Mr. Oliver Lyt-
at which a jury returned a ver- telton to speak on behalf of
ws of death by judicial ee colonial territories have already >
ae hes ae by Or "C. “C. been made, but on questions of Floral designs, Coloured
~_ I ed ) vital importance such as sterling
arke balances and subjects of special Borders, Polka Dots,
interest to individual territories, he :
the finaneial expert of each col- White Linen.
Hi ony concerned will almost cer-
arbour Log tainly be invited to put forward The famous Pyramid
1 i the views of his Government
n Carlisle Bay L and Chie brands
In this respect Finance Minis- "
Bob. Phyllis Mark Set Franci wv ae will be following the proce
Smith, Set Lucille 1. Smith, MV. dure adopted at a recent raw Prices 17 * i 4
% > de . .. : are. e § ‘ & eS
, ae sa Nosaling Ma. oMares jien- materials conference when cer- From (. 0
THIS is the house in Pie Corner, St. Lucy where 23-month-old Geoffrey Sch. Emeline, Sch. Burma D., Sch, Ada- tain’ colonial delegates — were
Boyce used to live before his death on September 19. na, M.V. Caribbee, Sch, Cyril E. Smith, invited to attend full meetings of
This picture was taken yesterday shortly after the jury had visited \.Y- 3. \Y Rowem. Son Mary E. Caro- ministers as equals —
the scene of the alleged crime—Salt Peter Hole, Cove, which is near " “ARRIVALS West Indies delegates _ will
to Pie Corner M.V. Canadian Cruiser, 3,935 tons netg make an early call at the West
— —-- $$$ > Capt. Clarke Gn aeons India Committee where rooms CAVE
i \ a ° MV. Canadian ( Pr, | tons net, NaVe been reserved for them and
e urne : axl rivers Capt, Clarke, for ; where they are expected to decide
< ne Ss nd al. Le Capt. La among themselves which subjects SHEPHERD
WwW rkers Get Ea erl ail ay FOr tree each shall devote himself to.
od. £ 7 Aw It is unlikely they will speak
Rie+? ‘ Seawell for the Bahamas whose represen- & Co. LTD.
ggage he Tourists drow at the eleventh hear.
, i drew at the eleventh hour. ,
here TAXI DRIVERS are looking ARRIVES ound” A Colonial Office spokesman 10 13 Broad Street
THE Baggage Warehouse steps Sore oe t dl sala & from Grenada said today that the Bahamas’
bustled yesterday with West In- sae hn as ragged ey ee Dennis Malo Neville Wilson, Jonas only representation would be
by the J.W. Rodgers on Sunday by the "Po rntitontonnes a Polen Elizabeth Liovd McConnie, the Colonies,
their relatives and friends, while _;. ny { th m have had. tt * Nurse Willian vis Burnett
boxes, trunks and parcels of SY reine eee ao = 7 svuape
1 ee i . * word TAXI painted on their E. George, G. St. Paul, R. St Paul
a me ore personal ef- windscreens and rear windows. QO. Kelsick, W. Julien, E. Lawrence, C
fects of the Jest Indians were ie) ani seey Edmund, V. Thorne, M. Campbell, R
being landed They are hoping to do very French, ©. Edwards, EB, Mudge, M
Th - good business today when the mudge. £. Holder, BE. Holder, T. Me
The J.W. Rodgers berthed tourists arrive by the Tourist Carthy, E. McCarthy, J. McCarthy, §
alongside the dry dock around 9 liner Caronia, as well as on those McCarthy, C. Proverbs, V. Marshall, 8





































the top of a hill watching for the a.m. when she began to discharge other occasions when other tour- Blanchette, A. Cato, K. Edwards, V
approach of anyone the baggage Row-boat ere . . Gale, FE Crossley A Crossley, $$
APPEOS — ‘ . fonda aggage. tow-boats were jst ships call here They com- Heath, G. Yvonnett, D, Yvonnett, F
Springer took them through taken to her side to receive the plain that outside of the tourist Yvennett, P. Gilmore B. Edwards
Cr ager s Gully. an ee baggage and were then rowed season trade is usually very slow M, Foster, R. La Wrenee, C. Forsyth
’ pasture, on to Cove Planta- back aedage ae a eae 7. '
Hine - Bese ee hill Ne st Awod back to the Baggage Warehouse and this is in a large measure DEPARTURES—By B.W.LA
tion vard and upah e sn ' steps where it was landed. due to the fact that out-of-season ON MONDAY
them a cave and said that that was visitors ate able to hire self- For Martinique
the place where Greaves had told Bedsteads, kitchen utensils and iriven car during their stay in Laure Lasuarique, Joan Degentile
him he had placed the heart and other furniture which the workers hho island r . iti “sorg: ee ae
liver, Springer searched a portion used in their homes while in ~ «phe rental of self-driven cars Simone Vivies .
of the cave. Panama comprised a large part of , a wiatthee 4 asin’ oie For Pactto Rico
Superintendent Simmonds said the baggage landed yesterday. |uciness,” one taxi driver” Said, Gee", iit seein Mune, Witten
salneots ram ans 4 ’ s ie a? said, rooks, Mors unte ar
that Greaves was told wont _ Some of the workers and their. «anq we would like to see some- oriths Winston Caddle, Bishop Mande
Springer had said about him ut families were kept at the Bag- thing done to curb this practice.” ville.
he denied seeing Springer on Sep- gage Warehouse for hours waiting #7e said that a very noticeable Aug sett
tember 19 and said that Springer first ntil thely bagme e saic hat a very MN a Agnes Merit Alec Grant, Ettie Jor
SE eae bith & better from) hl crea ee eee atte? 3 Tee denaer in this practice is the TSCh din, tristan’ Ted. Gankes. Dee
hac ue x on & brought up from the hold of the that. many of the visitors often Basil Hollender, Agatha Burnham, De
Pee anh shat i ieee J.W. Rodgers and then until the take some time before becoming end Moward, Arthur Stamers Ruth
ae dee at binton Sovinaee pe. Customs clerks had finished their familiar with local traffic regu — —
“y iH oe o meticulous search of the boxes |fati c as a res . it For Gr a
cause they were condentrating on | ; ‘ lations, and a ’ result commit a alee “s e ba ga
someone else Ra. tunis, many breaches of the law. Gar eehenday’ Erne Massiah, Gordon
At this stage the Court ad- Many of them gave a “sigt Lang, Te rence Hawkins, Ronald Warner
" 7 an) é é Sigh of ' > chos . “hos rete de
journed until 10.00 a.m. today. relief” when they saw their last ELECTRICITY CUTS Marit Grilermina Monche, Antena
The jury visited the scene of the piece of baggage brought up in From Page 1 DeMayo, Olimpia DeMayo
crime, at — ‘They mene that they earner will have to stand idle by wenry Tur oe Gabert i i, Merlot
did not have much longer to wait. }; achine Bradshaw, Ricardo Bradshaw, Ke
- Y ; ris machine. Bradsh a a
One of the problems of the Bar- Bradshaw Emma Huge Har t
SIX MONTHS One of He peobls e Bar- ‘He said the committee believed Ripiewhsive, Norma Applewhaite, Chatl
7 - r i aa peerage er vey oP that if domestic users understood Applewhaite, Jacqiweline Farrell, Ma
/ the difficulties of the situation jorie Kitteredge, Jocelyn Farinha, Wi
FOR LARCENY their family whom they left here . Z ; . y ails = fred Woodhouse, Guy Massel
: - there will be goodwill and a gen-
" in some cases over 40 years ag> ecrous response to this appeal.”
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Wednesday, January 9, 1952

CENTRAL MILK

WHEN the Governor expressed regret
during his speech to the Legislature on
December 18th that the proposed scheme
for a Central Milk Depot and Creamery
had met with so many difficulties the price
of milk had not yet gone up. Since, Decem-
ber 24th, 1951, the price of milk in bottles
has risen from 12 cents per pint to 15
cents per pint and in cans from 103 cents
to 134 cents per pint.

This rise in prices followed the increase
of locally produced balanced animal feed
from $6.12 per 100 lbs. to $8.00 per 100 Ibs.
With milk at the new price it is estimated
that a profit of between one and a half
cents and two cents per pint can be made
by dairy owners. An incentive exists
today for dairies to expand and improve

There is therefore reason for optimism
that after tomorrow’s meeting which has
been called by the Director of Agriculture,
to consider the possibility of the Govern-
ment establishing out of public funds a
Central Depot...for..ceceiving, processing
and delivering milk, the Governor's wish
that the milk depot scheme “cannot be
allowed to die” will have been fulfilled.

Because nothing is more likely to breed
confidence among the milk producers in
the proposed scheme than the knowledge
that milk production offers financial re-
ward and will offer greater financial re-
wurd when it is organised more efficiently
than ow. Both Houses of the Legisla-
ture have already approved expenditure
by the Government of £30,000 as a con-
tribution towards the capital cost of a
Central Milk Depot and Creamery. This
expenditure was approved on the under-
standing that private dairies would pro-
vide the remaining £30,000 required to
implement. the scheme which was subse-
quently rejected by individual dairy
owners.

The Government may have decided to
use the £30,000 already voted by the Leg-
islature to start a less ambitious project
or they may be contemplating seeking leg-
islative sanction for ircreasing the ex-
penditure already approved. In either
case they can rely on the support of the
milk consumers in the community for the
initiative” they are taking in prevénting
the death of the Central Milk Depot
Scheme,

The ‘advantages to be derived from a
Central Milk Depot are so great that it is
difficult to imagine anyone who would
oppose its formation. And more advan-
tages will accrue to the dairy owner than
to the general public. The public will be
satisfied to have a source of clean pasteur-
ised milk. At present several reputable
dairies provide clean milk but it is not
pasteurised. Dairy owners will benefit
from the enhanced reputation that local
milk will earn when it is pasteurised.
But this is an advantage they will share
with the consumer. Their main advantage
is that to be derived from more conveni-
ent hours of work, avoidance of waste and
improved methods of distribution,

At present private dairies find it increas-
ingly difficult to find workers prepared to
begin milking in the wee hours of morn-
ing. The need for such early milk will
disappear when a Central Milk Depot
exists because there will be adequate re-
frigerated storage for milk pending its
pasteurisation and continuous delivery.
Centralised distribution of milk will inevi-
tably reduce the overheads now carried
by the private distributors, whose deliv-
ery areas now overlap with competing
dairies. The knowledge that no milk need
be wasted because of sudden cancellation
of orders will also encourage private
owners to support the Central Depot, The
price now paid for milk will not be affect-
ed by the existence of a central depot: it
is more likely that greater profit will
result to the milk producer as a result: of
more efficient handling and distribution of
milk.

The proposed Central Depot will un-
deniably benefit the big dairy owners but
not at the expense of the small. The scat-
tered small owners should benefit propor-
tionately more. Because whereas today
the owner of one or more cows cannot
hope to compete with the dairies of from
25 upwards to over 100 cows, the milk from
their cows can be sold to the milk depot,
be pasteurised and delivered along with
the big owners’ produce and not lose by
comparison.

Today scattered and small owners can-
not hope to compete against the large effi-
cient dairies. The public wants a Central
Milk Depot. The Government is wise to
spare no pains to meet the request. The
dairy owners have nothing to lose and
everything to gain by co-operation with
the wishes of the Government and of the
consumers.







Soviet



The :
Amer c
tot a total coercion

PRO-SOVIET and anti-Soviet
propagandist can both quote statis-
tics to prove the success or failure
of the Russian five-year plans.
Most data available are not objec-
tive. They come from the Sovie:
government. But by reading be-

tween the dines, American econo-
mic analysts are able to give us, at
least partly and relatively, a pic-
ture of what is going on.

Any such picture is tentative
rather than definitive, owing to
the controversial problems in-
volved. American methods of
measuring and correcting Soviet
statistics include constant cross-
references to detect inner incon-
sistencies and include the first-
hand reports of foreign techni-
cians, captured German data, and
Soviet deserters to the West.

Soviet Russia is now producing
more goods than ever before. This
s because of its tremendous in-
erease in industrial equipment
and in population. It is not
because of any increase in
the efficiency of man-hour pro
duction, in which the Soviet
not only is far behind the West
but is behind its own peak of
1937. In that peak year, just befor:
World War If, Soviet man-hour
production was 37 per cent higher
than 1928 in mining and manu-
facturing, 60 per cént higher in
transport 35 per cent. higher in
agriculture. This aoe effici-
ency wes apparently not exceeded
even by the great gains in output
announced in 1951,

Equally interesting is the fact
that in two particular industries,
foyestry and fishing, the man-hbour
production of 1937 was not above
1928 but 45 per cent. below. These
two industries depend largely on
forced convict labour, enormously
expanded between those two dates.
This shows that slave labour is
simply less productive than labour
which is even to a small extent
free, such as the regimented but
not totally enslaved workers of the
urban factories.

3.





* *
SINCE 1928, there hag been a
large increase in the Soviet popu-
lation and a still larger increase in
the Soviet armed forces. The 1928
population was an estimated 152
million, with 0.6 million in the
armed forces. The 1940 population
was 196 million by census; with
4.5 million armed. The 1946 popu-
lation reduced by warfare, was an
estimated 191 million, with an
estimated 10 million armed,
The 1950 population was an
estimated 201 million, with 4.5
million armed. This was the same
military figure as in that similar
period of watchful waiting: the
crisis year 1940,
*

* *

The Soviet brand of industrial-
ism differs economically from the
American brand in three ways:
ownership, planning, and coercion

In the Soviet, that abstraction
known as “the state” owns ail
industry. In theory “the state”

means the masses,
means that small minority who
compose the |Commainist Party,
and within that minority the dozen
oligarchs of the Politburo, and
ultimatély oné man, R

The opposite extreme’ to such
total government ownership would
ve the total and uncontrolled
private ownership known as lais-
ez-faire capitalism, To

In practice it

some
extent this existed and thrived
during the expanding ‘domestic

trade and free international trade







Our Readers

“Danger From Drivers”

To The Editor, The Advocate—

SIR,—Everyone must welcome
the publicity given in your re-
cent leading article to the meas-
ures necessary for reducing the
number of road accidents in the
Island, but I suspect that few of
those who have studied the sub-
ject will agree with the first of
the remedies you suggest, name-
ly that police action should be
intensified towards enforcing
speed limits, including the island-
wide limit of 30 m.p.h. On the
contrary I suggest that one of
the first steps in a “safety on
the roads” drive might well be
to abolish that hopelessly unen-
foreeable regulation and divert
police energies into more produc-
tive channels.

The case for a general speed
limit is (1) that in general seri-
ous accidents are likely to occur
when vehicles are being driven
fast, and (2) that Barbados roads
are too narrow and built up to
give scope for fast driving,

Taking first the second point,
the length of public motor roads
in the Island is about 750 miles
and I should be much surprised
if the length that could on the
most conservative interpretation
be described as “built up” were
to exceed 100 miles. On the re-
maining 650 miles any reasonable
driver will from time to time find
himself exceeding 30 m.p.h. and
it would be an absurd waste of
public time and money if the
police were to set traps or cruise
after “speeding” motorists. Speed
limits have their use if applied
selectively at appropriate places,
but a general speed limit is vex-
atious and useless,

On the first point, it is
that virtually no accident ever
occurs which would not have
been avoided if the vehicle or
vehicles involyed had been mov-
ing much more slowly. But that
has nothing «to do with speed
limits: it is a matter of good or
by the drivers. If

true

bad judgment
the authorities are to accept the
argument that accidents would be
reduced by enforcement of the
speed limits, the first thing they
must know is how many of pres-
ent accidents occur in circum-
stances where one of the vehicles
was exceeding the speed limit. I
suspect that out of the 1,072 acci-
dents quoted in your article bare-
ly the odd 72 would answer this
description, and that most even
of those few would not have been
avoided if the speed of the ve-
hicle had been just within. the
limit.

The fact is that before discuss-
ing remedies the authorities must
be provided with adequate 4gures
and particulars to show where and
how ecidents are 7eally

urring, Careful records over a
period are needed, and it is to be
hoped that the police are main-
taining them. For example spots

t)
the



BARBADOS

By PETER VIERECK

f Great Britain and the United
States during the mid-Victorian
era. Ideally preached by Adam



mith, this laissez-faire system
1ever existed, even in the nine

enth century, in central and
astern Europe, In the 1950's it
exists nowhere at all, not even

in the se-called capitalist societies

{ Great Britain and the United
States, This is owing to the growth
of large-scale industry and mono-
poly and owing to the contro!s
imposed by the various New
Deals, Fair Deals, and labour
gove.nments of the West, There-
tore, the true contrast is not be-
tween total Soviet ownership and
weste:n laissez-faire. T con-
trast is between the coercive total
ownership of the Soviet and the
tree.y debated, freely voted mixed-
economy of the West.

Our so-called capitalism, which
is outproducing its more rigid
Soviet rival, is actually neither
capitalism nor socialism. It is a
socialism, It is a flexible, ever-
.djusting economy of an underly-
ing capitalism tempered by
humanitarian social reforms and
by varying deg ee$ of indirect
rovernment control a $i planning
fiome industries, like the plpst
office, are owned by the govern-



ment throughout the capitalist
West. Very many industries,

especially small-scale production
end consumer goods, are totally
tree, Some (like jailroads) are
government-owned in some coun-
tries of the capitalist West,
privately-owned in others, and
partly controlled in still others,

Many ae partly or indirectly
government-controlled without
being owned. Many are govern-

ment-subsidized by tariffs or gov-
cernment-bled by high taxes, Some
ere in a state of private or public
mcnopoly; othe s are divided
emong fierce competitors. In so
complex and ares situa-
tion, political power alter-
tates between parties and tending
toward capitalist free enterprise
and parties tending toward greater
‘ocialization,

* *

SUPPOSE a housing plant is Per capita production of many key] * tate.

buying its metal from a_ steel
plant, In the Soviet economy both
plants have the same owner: the
Communist Party or the so-called
“state”, Therefore, the amount and
price of steel sold is determined
not by free bargaining and the
capitalist laws of supply and
demand but by a prior and com-
pulsory government plan. This

requires not only the over-all ution toward equality, which 1.) oon;

five-year plans but hundreds of
thousands of short-run separate
plans for each industry. This
necessitates the most enormous
bu. eaueracy in history, immeusur-
ably greater than even the swollen
bureaucracies of modern England
and America,

This Soviet bureaucracy is the
new ruling class, It cannot be re-
sisted from below by strikes or
by opposition parties, It pays
itself disproportionate salaries and
a larger percentage of worldly
goods than western capitalists
receive in oe The gap in
standard of living and in political
power belween a Soviet commissar
and his regimented labourers is
far greater than between an
American millionaire and _ his
self-organised trade-union working
men, The power of the com-
missar, who can have strikers
and free trade-unionists shot
down as traitors, ressembles not
the dream of the socialist idealist

but the extreme fulfillment of the here.”



Say...



whieh look very dangerous are
carely the site of accidents, Acci-
dents do tend to occur at particular
ppots, but usually at spots which
do not appear to be dangerous.
Accidents also tend to occur at a
particular time and on particular
days of the week at various
places.

From the personal observations
of an amateur I should guess that
if a collision occurs in Barbados,
as distinct from the running over
of a pedestris@i, the odds are that
it was due either (i) to bad park-
ing (i.e., a vehicle parked too far
into the road, or parked too near
a corner, or parked opposite an-
other car on a main road, or park-
ed at nightewithout lights), or (ii)
to bad signalling, especially when
a driver moves off from standstill
without gtving any indication, I
should guess also that an undue
number of accidents occur outside
rum-shops and other “places of
public resort” which abut onto
main road at an unsuitable site
and which should never in an age
of motor traffic be licensed to op-
erate at that site. That is a matter
for legislation, not for police
action.

Generally speaking, experience
has shown that nearly all accidents
are .oceasioned by ignorant driv-
ing or by faulty mechanism
(brakes) or by “jay-walking”. If
that is agreed, the main objects
of police supervision should be not
to fuss about outmoded speed
limits, but to keep. drivers and
vehicles under examination (not
Jugt routine examinations, but
also spot examinations on the
road) and to educate the public,
particularly through the schools.

Before concluding I feel it right
to .say that, considering the in-
herent dangers, particularly of
the main roads’ leading into
Bridgetown, the police may well
be congratulated. that serious
accidents are not more numerous,

Yours faithfully,
CENTIPEDE



“Back Home And Broke”

To the Editor, the Advocate,

SIR,—Two days ago 56 Barba-
dians who had been working in
Panama during the building of the
Canal returned to this island. They
were mere human wrecks, dying,
diseased and demented.

This means that they will add
to the numbers in the almshouses
ahd those who can move around
will have to be given Old Age Pen-
sions.

The incident raises one or two
important points which should be
settled now that we have organi-
sations like the Caribbean Com-
mission’ and Colonial Development
and Welfare whose officers have
rendered valuable assistance in
matters not strictly within the pur-
view of their work,

ADVOCATE



wildest dreams of an omnipotent

monopoly-capitalist.
Communist p contrasts
this system the alleged
chaos of an allegedly “unplanned
capitalism, Capitalism, even of the
ex.unct laissez-faire variety, equa!-
ly depends planning. But plan-
uing in the West, even in a partly
controlled on mixed economy, de-
pends upon the free choice and
partly free-en' of thousands
of individual rs. Though sac-
iificing some degree of security
‘to free initiative, this flexibic
system has so far outproduced th.
Soviet labourers, who have neithe

treedom nor even real security.
Capitalist planning—for exam-
ple, by an auto manufacturer—is
mainly determined by the consum-
er, although during a war crisis
the government will certainiy
step in to contro] excessive use 6
Vilal raw materials. Soviet pian-
ning is determined entirely by gov-
ernment needs, These are often in
complete variance with consume
needs and preferences, Consumers
in any country want shoes, clotn-
ing, housing, and food. The Sovie
sc vernment instead wants heavy
indusiry, machine:y, and arma-
rents—and plans accordingly, No
wonder even the poorest countries
of the consumer-minded West
nave a far higher standard of liv-
ing than the Soviet Union. For
example, Soviet, housing averages
one family per room, with the
floor space in each room divided
between its several sleeping occu-

pants.
* ~ %

THE coercive industrial plannir:

of the five-year plans began in’ ~*

1928. Significantly that year still]
emains the peak of individual
rospe:ity under the Soviet regime,
Never again has that peak been
equalled, What made it a peak
wus the preceding “New Economic
Policy”. This Nep interlude, to
which Soviet survivors still look
back with nostalgia, partly resem-
bled the western economy in giv-
ing more attention to consume:
demands, Since 1928, the Soviet
gain in industrial goods has been
enormous (although ever behind
American industrial gains), But

consumer goods went dewn afte
1928 to pay for these gains.

The National Bureau of Eco-
nomic Research reported on Ma
28, 1951 that in 1920 a mere
per cent. of the population ha
34 per cent, of America’s weait,
while by 1951 that rich 5 per cent
had only 18 per cent. of the]
wealth, This peaceful social revo-)

achieving more than any violen‘
anti-capitalist revolution, is in-
creasing annyally, In 1929, 1 per
cent, of the population had 19.1
per cent, of the wealth, By 195.
this dropped to 7.7 per cent., about
two-thirds of the way to financia:
equality, Or to take a longer view



Industrialism | BUY BRITISH ?—

ITS TOUGH

From NEWELL ROGERS
5 NEW YORK.

Britain’s “bold new drive” for more exports
to America faces a new danger to-night.

Some United States buyers are dissatis-
ied. In part their complaints are old. We
ast heard them nearly five years ago.

E. E. Proctor, head of a firm of buyers for
300 stores, says: “The British lack adaptabil-
ty. They refuse to study the needs of the
\merican market. For instance, they insist
on sending dinnerware in willow baskets
nstead of cardboard boxes. Baskets mean
xtra labour here and higher costs.”

A department store buying manager says:
Next year will be difficult for British goods.
*rices are too high.”

Fair or not the+prospect is considerable
smerican resistance to the British way of
\oing business.

GLOOM

NO MERRY CHRISTMAS for shops. In
ne gloomy New York department store,
ules are down 24 per cent. from a year ago.
teasons given: “There are no shortages—
xcept customers. No one is afraid of being
hort any more. Many people have to spend
x0 much money for food and housing to
nave much left for gifts.

CONTROL

GENERAL MacARTHUR wants tighter
civilian control over the armed services. He
fear America may be turned into a military
The general, you remember, was re-
called by President Truman from his com-
mand in Japan on the ground that he was
howing too much disregard of control from
/ashington.

HUNTERS

SCORE in New Jersey’s deer-hunting sea-
3,799 deer and eight hunters dead of gun-
hot wounds; three hunters dead of heart at-

tack while hunting.

DOGS

EVERY DOG HAS HIS DAY.—No. 1:



between 1850 and 1950, the stana-| Nach,day Harold Trowbridge hires a taxi to
go to his cigar shop in Montclair, New Jersey.
and price-rises) rose 350 per cen. | \Vith him goes Mat, a 13-year-old shepherd

ard of living in real wages (mak-
ing due allowance for inflation,

for the American worker. And this
for just about half as many hours
of work per week!

In contrast, in Soviet Russi
class lines are steadily tightening
An ever greater share of the na-
tional income and power is goin2
to that tiny, neo-‘eudal oligarch,
(only 6 per cent of the population )
known as the Communist Party
Hence, the naively wise reply it
the old, simple Soviet peasant
whea asked if his village contain-
ed many Communists: “Good
heavens, no; we are all poor down

As far back as 1928 or 1930 it
was announced that West Indians
who had been working in Panama
would be given United States citi-
zenship. That announcement came
ut a time when it was announcec
that there were 50,000 West In-
dians in Panama and they would
soon be returned to their homes.
‘This granting of citizenship was
the answer to what was regarded
as an unnecessary hardship, Fur-
ther it was announced that the
children born to West Indian pa-
rents would be entitled to Ameri-
can citizenship. A few children
who were then in Barbados and
who had been so born are now in
the United States as a result.

It must be admitted that the fin-
ancial condition of these people
must be put down to their own
careless way of life. But they had
served the Panama Government
during the best years of their lives
and now they are “Back home and

Broke,”
I recollect that the

late Sir
Harold Austin raised the matter
publicly and that some reference
was made to the Colonial Office
but the result no one seems_ to
know. It might be that with La-

bour Governments all over the
West Indies it would be profitable
to raise the issues at meetings of
the Caribbean Commission and the
Barbados Government might ask
Sir George Seel to use his good
offices and ask the Panama Gov-
ernment for a pronouncement and
the Colonial Office might think it
worth while to intervene also.

At least these people have a
strong moral claim on the Panama
Government for shelter. and pro-
tection during the rest of their
lives because they had served that
country faithfully and well.

I write this because a few
months ago it was announced in
Panama that there was some sug-
gestion of lengthening the Canal
It sounded good to Barbadians
who are always willing to travel
where there is work to be done.
But if those who are likely to emi-
grate now if the Canal is to be
lengthened think of the treatment
meted out to those who have now
returne@ and some who returned
recently only to die, there is little
likelihood of anyone wanting to
go to Panama.

This is a matter which should be
handled at a higher level than that
offered by the soap box.

BARBADIAN.



Poppy Raffle Books

SIR,—Would you through the
medium of your papers allow mc
to ask those people who ave
Poppy Raffle Books to return them
without further delay to the heads
of their parishes.

It is impossible to have the raffle
drawn until all the books are
returned.

S. E. ARTHUR,
Yorkshire,
Christ Church,

EE RIE Rte ES oe a A NS

out of office.
dishonest tax collectors.

Attorney’s office.
an appeal.
sioner, and drove out officers who took bribes
from gamblers. |
! Now Murphy has moved on to the national
stage.

log who is going blind.
Mat is being retired.
dlace him.”
Aat was his “seeing eye’

’

dog.

Says Trowbridge :
I couldn’t bear to re-
Mr. Trowbridge is blind, too.

No, 2: King, a white spaniel, had his in
-ourt. His master, Robert Vrozza, sued Frea
ost for £700 for shooting King. In a 3,000-

vord opinion, Judge C. C. McDonald award-
-d Vrozza £175. His ruling: Dogs may noi

Je killed for such simple offences as tipping

{ustbins and walking on fresh cement.

ESCAPE

AT THE SAME TIME that one airline:
crashed in Elizabeth, New Jersey, killing 56,
another made an emergency landing in ¢
yasture near Amarillo, Texas, with exactly
che same number of passengers. The pilot’s
nstrument board showed fire in the plane.
“he Texas plane missed some cows and stop-
ved 50 feet from a railway track along which
a goods train was speeding. Nobody was
aurt. No fire was found. 2

THEFT
WHILE Roy Albin attended a lecture at
Jallas, Texas, on how to prevent car thefts,
lis car was stolen outside,

LISTENERS
TALKING OF THEFT, eight crooks kept
the radio of their stolen car tuned in to the
oolice broadcasts and held six people prison-
xs for four hours in Chicago to-day while
they methodically broke open a safe and
ascaped with £2,850 in cash.

ICE
COLLEGE STADIUMS for football teams

are called bowls—like Rose Bowl, Sugar

Bowl, Cotton Bowl. Most of them are in the

South where the sun shines warmly all win-

ter. Now icy Alaska has an Ice Bowl. Uni-
versity of Alaska will play an Air Force
team on December 31 if the weather is not
colder than 53 degrees of frost. Another
rule: There must be four inches of snow or
the field to protect the players from the iron-
hard frozen earth.

PROSECUTOR

PRESIDENT TRUMAN’S answer to cor-
ruption in his Administration is a 6ft. 4 ins.
man with a bowler hat and handlebar mous-
tache—Thomas F. Murphy.

The President is giving one of the most
famous prosecutors in America all-our pow-
ers to drive bribestakers or favour-givers
Murphy’s chief target will be
Six of 64 collectors
of internal revenue already have been sack-

ed or have resigned.

For eight years he headed the criminal
prosecution section in the New York District
He never lost a case, or
Then he became Police Commis-

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WEDNESDAY,

JANUARY

9, 1952



House Congratulate Leader

@ From Page 1

Hon. Senior memt for

er



> to say a word or two in
congratulating him on the honour
conferred on him. Since 1934, the
hon. senior member for St Joseph
was a member of that House. If
he was not mistaken he had en-

tered by the ‘junior route’ and a
short while after he became, and
consistently remained, senior

member for St. Joseph, and as they
all knew, had dedicated his entire
life to politics and had reaped the
reward which he did not antici-
pate, but which none would deny
ne had merited ,

Practically deserting the im-
pecunious field of the law, the hon-
curable and learned member for

St. J ph had concentrated on the
interesting and variating field of
politics which took him to so many

places and enabled him to make
sO many contacts and to give him
that broad outlook, and even fur-
ther widen that outlook, so that
when he returned to this colony,
the public life of the,island would
be enriched by his presence

“It was perhaps unfortunate on
a day like this”, said Mr. Brancker,
“when a speech of this sort has to
be made that we do not have any-
one to make it such as a former
enior member for St. George, the
ate Mr. C. L. Elder, who could do
t better than most people in the
Caribbean

Not that he was saying that the
present hon. senior member for St.
George was incapable. He thought
that it was the second case in the
Caribbean in which high honour
had been bestowed on a native
West Indian who had been a mem-
ber of a Legislative Assembly, and
he was sure that the honourable
and learned senior member for St.
Joseph must feel happy at being
the recipient of the honour award-
ed him,—Companion of the Most
Distinguished Order of St. Michael
and St. George—just as he was
sure that he (Mr, Adams) and the
rest of them all welcomed the hon-
our which some years ago fell on










servant of this colony who hal
given many years of service both
in the legis.ature and the legal
services of this colony, he had
said that when people situated
ke the two honcurable members
or Si. Lucy, tne honou.soie mem-
ber tor § James, and the hon-
curable senior member for St.

George and himself had reaches
a Stage in life when they had tk
make a decisicn as to whether they
would have a wool sack in the
future, or the hard and arduous
task cf the front bench of a par-
uamenta:y Assembly.

Circumstances compelled them
to back one course or another,
and he felt sure that when a maa
chose the political course rather
than the legal, any honour whicn
came to him, came not in ap-
preciation of his pe:sona] services,
but because he was a member of
an organisation, and a member of
a parliament that had done of
had tried to do some good for its
country. He said that without any
mock modesty.

He knew becatse he had been
told those things and he had seen
them at first hand, and he knew
the somewhat unique position that
Earbadcs held amongst the Cariv-

bean colonies in the eyes of the
Colonial Office.
No Offence
He hoped that friends in the

other West Indian colonies would
not feel offended if he made that
Statement, as it was a fact that
the island’s 300 years of repre-
sentative institution had created
in Barbadians a sense of respon-
sibility and a desire objectively to
appreach the political problems,
which was lacking and inevitabl;
lacking in communities which had
not the qgpportunity of threé cen-
turies of unbroken representation.

Unique

Mr. Adams said, “Any honour
bestowed on me by the British
Government or by any interna-
tional organisation at any time,
is due to the fact that in the po-







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SPRING HALL FACTORY started work yesterday.

ti.> 1952 crop.

The factory cane hoist is seen loading peasant





House Pass $70,000

For Fishermen

The House of Assembly passed a resolution yesterday for
$70,000 in order to give assistance to fishermen who either
suffered complete loss or damage to their fishing boats when
high seas pounded the west coast of the island on December

9

and 3.
The addendum said that on De-

that West Indian statesman, Hon. litical field Barbados is absolutely cember 2 and 3, 1951, high seas

T. A. Marryshow, when His Maj-
esty the King conferred on him the
C.B.E.
Happy Augury

It was of course only the begin-
ning of the Session, and so far
there were no arguments and bit-
ter debates, and perhaps it was a
happy augury to th. session when
members on all sides met on a
common plane to express appre-
ciation of the Imperial Honour
which had been bestowed cri the
present senior member of one of
the oldest Assemblies in the Brit-
ish Colonial Empire



Congratulations

Mr 3rancker said: “In con-
zratulating the honourable and
learned senior member for St.
JC oh, having already done it



personally, I take this opportunity
to do so publicly, and I hope that
he would realise that all of us
around this table feel that some
of the lustre from that is shining
and surrounding ourselves around
this horse-shoe table.”

He believed that his friends on
his left were at least as enthusi-
astic and grateful, and as happy of
the honour conferred on_ his
friend on his right.

“T congratulated the hon. mem-
ber for St. Joseph,” Mr, Brancker
said, “and trust that he will live
for many years, not only to enjoy
this, but to arrive at some further
Imperial Honour. and that we
would be as willing to share it
with him around the table of this
House, as we would around some
other table. if the opportunity
were offered.”

Opposition Bouquet
Mr. F. C. Goddard said that he
would like to add his congratula-
tions to the senior member for St.
Josevh who well deserved the hon-
our bestowed on him. He had done
great work for Barbados and for
the Caribbean area
He said that a glance at any of
the lists of the membership to
which Mr. Adams belongs in the
Caribbean area. would readily
show the amount of work he had
to do and responsibility which he
had to carry, not only for Barba-
dos, but for the West Indies

W.1. Honour
honour which was be-
$ red on the hon, senior mem-~
oeige St. Joseph should be
shared, not only by Barbados, but
by the West Indies for the ser-
vices wihich he had rendered to
the Caribbean, The hon. member
had received many congratula-
tions, not only from all classes
in Barbados, but from _outside,
and he, Mr. Goddard, wished to
add his on behalf of the party
He wanted it to be known that
really meant all that he had
because the honour was de-
serving for the hard work which
the honourable member had put
in. He had sacrificed much of his
private life for public life, and
many of them who entered public
life realised the responsibilities,
and had to take that step. f

H did know that the responsi-
bilities now Barbados were
creater, and he wished him pros-
pe ity and good luck.

Mr. Adams Replies 4
Replying, Mr. Adams said that

The

he
said,

he wanted to thank the Memorable
senior member fr St Lucy an

the honourable junior member for
Christ Church for what they had
said. Only that morning, In ac~
knowledging a letter

from an old





unique am=ng the non-self-gov-
errirg territories in its unbroken
parliamentary tradition. I do say
that democracy has reached a
higher stage in Barbados than in
ény other British Coloniaj terri-
tory to-day.”

He said that similarly, if any-
thing had happened on the eco-
roric side it was due to the fact
that there was similar recognition
in the outside world that Barba-
dos showed a greater sense of re-
sponsibility in economic matters
as they showed in political mat-
te s, than was shown in the other
col nies, He had hesitated to say
that because human nature being
what it was, peop'e would feel
“what boastiul peop'e Barbadians
are! *

While he was grateful to the
two honourable members for what
they had said, he wanted to make
use of it, this occasion even if
he seemed fatherly or pedagogic
as an indication to fellow Bar-
bhadians to see that they have a
supreme choice of showing the
rest of the world that Barbadians
know how to work together and
fight, and when the fight is over,
to band themselves and work for
the good of the community.”



An Appeal

“I believe every word that the
honourable member for Christ
Church has \said when he con-
sratulated me,” said Mr. Adams;
“and using that as a beginning
row that this legislative session is
under way, I appeal to members
to see that any honour that comes
to one Barbadian, comes to us all,
and any defection because of
jealousy is no reflection on the
holder of the honour but a re-
flection on Barbadians generally.
I want to thank the two hon-
ourable members for their kind
words and the House for the
manner in which they have ac-
cepted it..’”’

Bicycle, Cash
Shirt, Lost

INCLUDED in a number of
losses which were reported to the
Police within the last few days,
was a Humber bicycle valued
$50. The bicycle is the property
of Clarence Cumberbatch of Sil-
vans Village, St. Joseph, and was
taken from the house of Albertha
Clarke of the same_ address,
between 6 p.m. on Sunday and 6
a.m, on Monday.

HELEN CHANDLER of Worth-
ings, Christ Church, reported
the loss of $50 from her basket
while she was at Barclays Bank,
City, about 11.35 am. on Mon-
day.







CLARICE HUNTE of Taylor's
Gap, Hindsbury Road St.
Michael, reported the loss of a

quantity of clothing valued $26.56.
The clothes were in her enclosed
yard when they were stolen
between 6.30 p.m. on Sunday and
6.30 a.m, on Monday.



THE other report was made by
Alfred Drakes of Fields Gap,
Bank Hall. He reported that his
house was broken and_ entered
between 10.20 p.m. on Saturday
and 3.20 a.m. on Sunday and a
shirt valued $4 was stolen.

>
be

damaged fishing boats, 40 of
which were beyond repair. With
Government assistance, it was pro-
posed to replace the boats which
were destroyed and to repair the
others

Assistance would be given to the
persons whose boats were destroy-
ed or damaged on the basis of a 50
ver cent interest free loan and a
50 per cent free grant. The cost
of building the 40 new boats was
estimated at approximately $60,000
and that of repairing the 43 dam-
aged boats at approximately
$10,000

Mr. Adams (L) said that he did
not think it was necessary for him
to speak at great length on_ the
particular resolution because Hon.
Members were familiar with the
tories svrrounding the disaster
and knew he help that was given
the fisherinen. He was inviting
any member +») make criticisms if
they had any \o make

The Goveri.or had communicat-
ed with the Secretary of State to
the effect that it would be necess-
ary for more dollars .o be spent to
get more canvas rather than wait



for six months to get it from
England,
He felt that Hon. Members

would have agreed that the Gav-
trnment acted as promptly as
could have been expected, Subject
to the arrival in the island from
other West Indian islands of boat
builders to assist in the rebuild-
ing of the boats, the boats would
be put back in the sea before
June, he said,

Mr, Adams said that the Gov-
ernment intended putting the boats
back in the sea even if it meant
that they had to go outside for
material. He wanted to thank the
Government of Jamaica who sent
them sail cloth.

Disadvantage
Crawford (C) said that he
was wondering whether the de-
cision to give a 50 per cent inter.-
est free loan and a 50 per cent free
grant might not have worked dis-
advantageously with some people
who suffered any loss.

Suppose, he said, a_ fisherman
who had a boat valued $300 lost it
that day boat which had not
been worked for years, That fish-
erinan would get, according to the
proposal, half of the value free
and the other half as a grant. In
the case of a fisherman who had
lost a new fishing boat from which
he had not got service at all, he
would also be getting half of the
value free and the other half as a
grant.

“So the fisherman who had his
boat into the sea for a long num-
ber of years will be in a far bet-
ter position than the man who had
just put his boat into the sea,” he
said.

Mr. Crawford said that it would
be better for the Government to
have some survey made of the
va.ue of the losses and make the
awards on a proportionate basis
He did not think that it could be
satisfactory with all the boat
owners if the scheme was imple-
mented,

Mr.





oll

Commendable
Mr, Talma (L) said that the
Government's attitude in respect

to that important issue was com-
mendable.

He did not agree with the Hon.
Senier Member for St, Philip that
a survey should be made because
he felt that a survey would cause
delay in the matter which was of





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extreme urgency Then, he said,
the fishermen would suffer and the
community as a whole

He hoped, however, that the
Government would take a keener
interest in fishermen and that the
fishing industry would be regard-
ed in Barbadog as a minor indus-
try of more importance



Mr, Talma said that the Gov-
nt sheuld build a new type
ef fishing boat—a bo t that ca oO

to sea for three or four days with-
out endangering the lives of the
fishermen. He regarded the fish-
ing boats today as traps

He felt that the Government
should embark on an insurance
scheme with the new boats It
was only timely that the new boats
should be insured by the Govern-
ment. “Not only the new boats,”
he said, “but all boats should be
covered by insurance.”

Insurance

Mr. E, D. Mottley (E) said that
that was one occasion at the begin-
ning of the session that the Gov-
ernment must be commended for
helping the fishermen in the disas-
ter. He felt the scheme was quite
fair but he was also in favour of
an insurance scheme

He did not agree that Govern-
ment should run an_ insurance
scheme. This year, the fishermen
would have to pay 60 or 70 dollars
to insure their boats and what the
Government could do would be to
find some means of assisting therm
in insuring their boats

Mr. E. D. Mottley said that Gov-
ernment saw it fit to subsidise
salted fish to $300,000 and he wa
of the opinion that it would be
more profitable for Government to
pay at least one half of the insur

ance premiums of local fishing
boats He wanted, however, to
commend the Government for

their speedy action in Mie matter
Different Types

Mr. Allder (1) said that whether
they assisted fishermen to get
back their boats or build new
boats, with the type of boat that
was now being used by fisherme
there was still going to be dozens,
of lives and boats lost, He felt
that the opportunity should be}

Select Conamittee |
On Federation

THE House of Assembly yester- |
day appointed a Select Committe
to consider a reply to a Message
from the Governor with referenc
to an address which was pass
by the House on November 5, 195
on the subject of British West In
dian Federation.



The members of the Committe
are:— {
Hig Honour the Speaker, M
G. H. Adams, Mr. F. L. Walcott
Mr. J. E. T. Brancker, Mr, E. K
Walcott, Mr. C. E. Talma, Mr. 1]
Williams, Mr. V. B. Vaughan, M
A. E. S. Lewis and Mr. R. G, Met

TO REPORT ON |
RULES OF HOUSE |

The House of Assembly
at their meeting yesterday
appointed the following member
to consider and report on the
Rules of the House

Mr. Speaker, Mr | ee
Brancker, Mr. F. C. Goddard
Mr, C, E. Talma, Mr. R. G. Map}
Mr. E. K. Walcott, Mr. W. A
Crawford, Mr. E. W. Barrow, Mr
A. E. S. Lewis and Mr. G, H
Adams.

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taken at this time to introduce
ifferent types cf fishing boats
which would be safe, than the
p.esent ones The new type of
boat that he was suggesting could
be got on a co-ope ative-owner-

ship sysiem

The new type of boat should be
cne that can stand rough weather
He head of fishing banks lyinty

tween Brit sh Guiana and Bar-
ados which were abounding with
fish and the boats should be
ufficiently seaworthy to go to the

banks, They should be equipped
with refrigeration.
Mr, Lewis (L.) said that from

the time he heard the fishing boat
question of Barbados discussed,
he had heard that the present
type of boat is the one that fisher-
men say is most suitable for their
urpose, If they were going to
ulid a new boat, he said, they
would have to build it with the
approval of the Ashermen

He however felt that some diffi-
culty was going to face the Gov-
ernment through the Fisheries De-
partment collecting money for the
rreasury as the scheme pur-
ported—and their collecting money
for ve Revolving Fund. He felt
that the part of the money that
‘ jing to be paid back should

o ty) the revolving fund
Mr, Goddard () joined the
cebate to point out that there

hould be a new type of boat for

the safety of fishermen. He said
that in the old days, the boats
did not nave decks because of the

ethod they then used in fish-
ing. But with the use of the Gill
net to-day, fishermen would not
be inconvenienced by having a

boat with a deck which would be

more secure, The resolution was
then passed,

The House also passed a Reso-
lution for $10,000 to enable three
boat owners to acquire” engines
for their boats. The debate on
this Resolution will appear to-

morrow




WITH



'
,

“stce Pass $500
“o Bring Technical
Adviser Here
A R

solution

fo $500 was

passed by the Ho uss of Assembi
ast nignt to the purpose of
«.Uu g the expenses of bringing

Barbados an officer from British

Guiana to advise on technical and



vecational euucation,

fhe officer is the Principal of
the new Technical Institute in
b.itish Guiana who was in Bar-
cados las. November, and with
whom the Committee appointed
to p epa e a modified scheme for
Voca.ional and Tecanical Train-
ing, discussed their proposals,

Moving the passing of the Reso-
ucion in Committee, Mr, G. H
Adams () s that the sum was
being v.ted usder a new heac

nd explained that the sum would
ustu tor bringing to Barbado
he othcer from British Guiana |
ady ise the commiuice and thered
ihe government in the prepain
won of a moaitied scheme

That efficer’s advice, Mr. Adam:
ad, was as good as any whic.
ould be cbtained in the West In
i@s on the particular subject. |
was unfortunate that he had t
eave Barbadcs betore he coul
ive the benefit of the advice whic!
they had hoped to get from hin
end it was hopved tnat he wou!
be released by the British Guian

ve

Government tong enough to giv
the committee the benefit of hi
ervice for the time that the:
would want him
Urgent Matter
He would say for the benefit
of those members who did not

ollow closely the trend of things
elore they became members of
the House, that the original com-
nit Rad put up a scheme cost-
ing $300,000 to purchase land and
» building for vocational training
whether it were at Combermere
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TELEPHONE 2508. NOTICE REAL ESTAT The public are hereby warned against) Next Term at the Alexandra School, St. |
ee oe Z PARISH OF ST. PETER aed . Ee se giving cree AIR 3 MARRIE| Peter, will reopen Mondey, 2st January |ROYAL NETHERLANDS
DIED 2 : ; nt, HEREBY, GIVE NOTS ICE, that more| ALLEYNE VILLE—Hastings on the sea | hold myself responsible for het or anyone} "2" 41, communteations enquiries, r¢| co
ps FOR SALE | sn, tn oreong Having, oem nominated | cide Sent to Reval Wem tet Mepmmuen | else conuesting any Geet O° Sor ‘aceea| this twos! Sor eats may be edereness. ‘0 STEAMSHIP CO. FRENCH LINE
Al On the Sth January, 1952 oh. Polar 68. the eamuing yous, Wat. o| please contact Wee 49 Btn Waterdac lhe bc. s by a written order signed) ine Headmistress, Miss Hilda Kellman, | | SAILING FROM EUROPE ie

Francis Pollard H funeral will poll will be taken on January 14th 196 4 1.82—6n COLLINS WORRELL B.A.. B.Paed, (Toronto) at the School is AGAMEMNON 17th January 1} ‘s ’
ge | RE RRR Lg 2) 4 SEIS, Ae OO, TMRODONE BRANCKER. ss “Coruca aon onary, 9s |} Cie Gle transatlantique
Grove” Eagle Ha i a.m. to-day | MOTIV H. M. HINDS, | COCOA ESTATE—Healthy Cocoa Estate St. Michael Honorary Secretary and Treasurer, MS. STENTOR—idth February, 1952
for the St. Michael's Cathedral. Friends | Pg > : wt. Mienee Alexandra School SAILING TO PLYMOUTH AND ) :

or the Bt. | 's Cat 1 Sheriff, Parish of St. Peter. jon the North Coast of Tobago, B.W.1 area en exandra Schoo SAIL Fea solliien:: 6 hicathiamad

H. Harcourt Carter, Douglas H.| CAR—One (1) Austin A-40 in excellent | —4n. | 200 acres, near sea, with Building. Ap IDN): | ee nnn fe | MS. ORANIESTAD— 20th January 1052 " e oe
Carter, Wm. H. Carter, Mrs. Ida] condition. Phone 2382 or 4334. oe Cc. E. Wildman, Mizpah, Tobago, B-W.t THE PUBLIC is hereby warned that I SAILING TO PARAMARIBO AND and France
Murphy, The Misses Carter 6.1.52—4n | NOTICE 6) ee ee ee oe ee NOTICE : | BRITISH GUIANA — Via —
9.1 52—1 P SH Oo T. caine tanpeeteianeneninen aa aaa —————_| fomcny debt or debts contrac! n my | 5 7
9.1521": | “TOURING CAR—14 Chevrolet =| Lee NOTICE to all petsons| RILBROOK-—-A dwelling house Built} name ‘yithout a written order signed] HEAD ‘TEACHERS of Blementary| \ 5 OO at aa seek, Martinique and Guadeloupe
TAITT: Ov Januar 1952. Arthut|ing Car M-1323 in excelient condition. | qualified to vote at the Election of Mem~- pertly of stone and partly of wood com- | by me Schools are asked to note that the Con-| ’\tiNG TO TRINIDAD, PARAMARIBO COLOMBIE,” 21st Janu-

Tait is funeral Jeaves his daugh-}4 New Tyres, New Battery. Dial 2250,| bers of the Vestry for the Parish of St eee oes verandah, drawing and WILLIAM WORRELL, ference at the Wesley Hall Boys’ Schoo! | AND BRITISH GUIANA ary, 1952.

ter’s residence Lower Westbury Rd.,| 3007. E. H. Davis 8 1.82--3n.| Peter that % have appointed the Parish |“n!ng rooms. two bedrooms, litenen, Gittens, Hoad, | to which they have. been weg Ay, | 8. BONAIRE—l4th January, 1952. “COLOMBIE,” 2nd March,

at 4.20 p.m. today for the Westbury | Room, Spelghtstown as the place where | p0/¢), “1% ,2e0n. slang . Govt. Hill. [commence at 1! a.m, on tt ‘| $$. COTTICA—1ith February, 1952. 1952

Cemete: Friends and relative CAR—I Ford Prefect. Bargain. Owner | all #ueh persons may meet on Monday.| Gren, Church, the. end st Top Haen, 8.1.88—2n J i6th instant, and not 1 p.m. as stated In SAILING TO TRINIDAD AND “ . “ .

« asked to attend caving island this week. Phone 2741 or | January ith 1952, between the hours rene urch, the property of the late | their cireular URACAO COLOMBIE,” 13th April,
“" H. A. Garth, deceased | DAN CURA pm,
Mrs. Leslie, Meta Taitt, Clara & | 5069 9.1.52—8n | of 8 a.m, and 4 p.m. to elect ten Members ‘The cite A be The public are heretey warned aj inst | A G@ JOR * M.S. STENTOR—28th Februany, 1952 1952.
Winnie (daughters), Denzil and pratense es |to serve the Parish of St. Peter in the Seog ots will set up for sale by|¢iving credit to my wife, TE | Prvident, | Ss. P. MUSSON, SON & CO. fos
Field Mayer Sons) CAR—One Austin (A-40 Devon) sound | Vestry.for the ensuing year. public competition at our office, James | WILLIAMS (nee Sophie Alleyne), a8 } do! rlementary School Teechers Association | Agents
Cie nN dition. Going for $1900.00 or just G. S, CORBIN, Street, on Friday the 11th January 1952,] vot bold myself responsible for her or : 9.1. 5210. | ses0566G6UGSGUSSSTSS DOO South-Bound and Cruise.
: ce | vider: Phone 4512, Garage opposite Fire Parochial Treasurer a aes - Vor inspection. Spe) On TAG | aaeene. coy contracting any debt oF | 4 Calling at: Trinidad, La
trigade ‘ole 9.1.52—3 . any a) ween the hours of] debts in my name unless by a written tue :
eo Brigade, Coleridge Street Pom - sae be. _ 3.8 ~ 6 a.m. and 4pm. For further particulars pa signed by me . | Guaira, Curacao, Carta-
THANKS io? Hudson Sedan 14,000 miles, Excel- nee : ——= and conditions of sale apply: Signed ALLIE WILLIAMS, % gena, Jamaica.
Lien re ~— | icnt condition and just right for Tourist | NOTICE HUTCHINSON & BANFIELD. fipreeper, Vauxhall, ch. Ch, | “COLOMBIE,” 10th January.

The St. John ¢ t thanks for | Tyyas 2 cAne ar ST. JAMES §.1.52-—5n Fermer Shopkeeper, Fr Road. H 1952 :
vour kind mpathy i bereave — oval g z chea suld Sreey, Eve. arenes Wiet: be 13 pene 1. 8.1. 2 : sf
pour Kin i | Chrosier Royal going cheap could | yy0*heey ‘nominated sae and proper | SHARES & BONDS The undersiancd = ‘ “COLOMBIE,” 20th Feby.
C. B. St. John, “Hazlewood” Barbarce Gerage Ltd Telephone 4504, | PETsons to serve in the Vestry for the will offer for sale at their office No. 17, “Te pie are hereby warned against B.W.I. SCHOONER 1952

| Barbade 9.1.52--in ae ‘ ‘4, =| Parish of St. James for the year 1952,| High Str Bridgetown, on Friday, the} one Pie ss 5 Se ame : *
ee 9.1.52—6n | sd as only 10 persons are required by |J!th January, at 2 p.m, the following iving cert Oe ee eee bole meal , OWNERS ASSOC, INC, ——— 2nd April,
. ; . “w, I will hold a poll at the Vestry | Shares and Bonds: nsibla r or anyone else con- :
inten an vive Room, St. Jamon, next Mond the ith | £100-—2ia"|— Barbados Government} iting any debt or debts in int name SAS Tele. 4007, Accepting Passengers —
$$$ —_——- --- ————— a : e hours s i" ei
FOK RENT PAITERIES—Torchlight Batteries 15] of 8 a.m, and 4,00 p.m, 323—Bhares pervades Ice Co. Limited: (Unies by 4 weilten Goder saned 37 Sa: Cargo — Mail.
: oe ; os ; =, HAROLD JORDAN, hee
cnts each, Penlight Batteries 12 cents G. ¥. TAYLOR, B'dos Fire Ins Blackman's Tenantry May mean kidney trouble § ;
cach. Fresh Stock, G. W. Hutchinson Sheriff 220 W.I. Rum Refinery. a Jonah. | R. M. JONES & Co.
% Co. Ltd., Broad Street. Dial 4222 8.1,52—4n Rights in issue of new shares in The A function of the isto §
HOUSES 9.1.52—n Barbados Shipping & Trading Co.) eliminate harmful from § | Ltd.—Agents. Nt
nie st ete enciciins weaning — Limited
P be are ae ee ¢G.| BELL AND HOWELL PROJECTOR, out panne ce COTTLE, CATFORD & CO TAKE NOT ICE the system. If the kidneys grow ‘ {
ACES per month. “Anew order, for sale. This will shortly be Or ST. JOSEPH 9.1,52—3n these impurities accum-
Emtage, Da Costa & Co. Ltd Corder Or ae. ei iay be examined | .! HEREBY GIVE NOTICE that as 11 ulate and settle and often become COOCCSS
6.1.52—4n ¢ the Br lat Council Offices by appoints Candidates have been nominated as fit wage Pay ore. | :
———_ : me —— 9.1.52 ‘gn. | 2d proper persons to represent the @ cause of pain in joints and |

BUNGALOW - One Furnished Bungalow | '™ 52—2n | Vestry for the Parish of St. Joseph for AUCTION muscles, The way to tackle the } | ec
at Coral Sands, W ing, t approv “ioe canned an. Mk ..| the yeer 1952 and as only ten are re | ———————————_— — trouble is to help the kidneys. |
tenant. For particulars appiy on prem FLUORESCENT FITTINGS: | Just, ti, | quired by law T will hold a Poll at the! UNDER THE SILVER ‘heatd be toned up wes || | :
at NO. 6°to Alms Lashley. | stagle ‘and twin 40 watt, 4ft. and twin 40 ae eos ever ihe Sepenmry next HAMMER De Witt's Piils—the medicine \

$2—t.f.n, | ner | : , aunt Monday, the 14t jay anuary, 1952, ae ——- _
prnete A r cy ved rig diverges |. * | between the hours of 8 am. and 4 p.m.| ON THURSDAY 10th by order of Mrs, made specially for this purpose. i :
;, DULCEDOMUM. — Annex 5.1.526n S. H, DURANT, JP., Ulric Gooding we will sell “at Wassons™ De Witt's Pills have a soothing, | | | OUTWARD FROM THE UNITED KINGDOM
Tel. 4799. C. D. Evelyn i entiiaeelheenstainseientlititesliaditacamcesties ena St. Philip, her Furniture which includes: cleansing and antiseptic action on
—$—$ — * ° : 2—4n Pedestal Sideboard, Revol i i |
ar P ee a , § ard, olving Book- the kidneys that brings them
eae, Spee ath. Balmoral Gap FURNITURE case, Oval Tip-Top Table, Victrola G.E.C, back to perform their natural | | 4 Due
astings, living room, 2 bedrooms, Al! - —— —— NOTICE Radio, Carved Chinese Chessmen and tied } This well | Vessel From Leaves Barbados
modesn conveniences. Froin the 1s FURNITURE—For Mahogany, Cedar Mahog. Chess Table; Old Plaques and pene BeOL er , st gf
Tebruary. Phone 2774 nd h Furniture, visit Palph Beard’s | 1S HEREBY GIVEN that it is the inten-| Pictures, Antique Bronze Ornaments tried medicine is sold all over S.S. “BIOFRAPHER” Newport &
8.1.52—3n. | Lov Street, specially design Mag. | tion of the Vestries of the Parishes of} Ajuminum Invalid Coueh; Glass Ware the world and we have many 7 = ee
-—-——~ =| ottail ‘Tables that can take apart for| Saint George, Saint Philip, Christ | pinner Service, Fiee. Iron, Photographic letters from sufferers telling Glasgow 30th Dec. 12th Jan.
1SE—In 10th A f : th Cc 52 . Baint 1 Sundrt . : . ‘® | |S.S. “CROFTER”

HOUSE 10th A y transport in stock 9 1.52—In. | Church, Saint John, Saint Joseph, Saint] sundries; Eng. Ook Mird. Press and lief od, aft De E .- London 5th Jan. 16th Jan.
nished. Low ven ow ef Thomas and Saint James of this island | [)-cosing Table; M.T. Washstand, Cham- of relief gained, after years |} SS “DEBRETT” :: Liverpool 6th Jan. 18th Jan
wub-let rather than close tor two month MECHANICAL te cause to be introduced into the Leg-| ber Ware; Single und Double Tall Post of suffering, by taking De | |s's’ “TRIBESMAN” M/brough & : ;
Phone 5069 or P.O. Box 219, islature of this Island a Bill authorising | x: hog. Bedsteads, Chest of Drawers: Witt’s Pills. Try them a 7 &

9.1.52—3n | ——— — ~ —— | the said Vestries to increase the salary | wa Preses he am , ; f trouble. G London 10th Jan. 30th Jan.
| BIC YCLE—One gents 3-Speed Green | of the Clerk of the Board of Guardians | st i casas ak eee ‘nnn Coal jor your i we a senna inn apenas +r cI ga cali
. a Stove, er a err - —

POOMS- Large f shed cool rooms Raleigh Biavele, in excellent ~eoeieae of cosh of ao sue parishes to 8 sum | gale 11.30 o'clock. Terms cash That A. BOAKE, ROBERTS & COM- your om SS | HOMEWARD FOR THE UNITED KINGDOM
running water it r without Phone 6111, exe nm per annum; the said PANY LIMITED, a British Company, |
in Woodside Garde 10 minutes walk | ——— ~ authority to have effect from the 25th whose trade or business address is 100 torlay. ] Vessel For
fo Yacht Club or City. Dial 3356. BICYCLE—Gents Raleigh Sports Bicycle March, 1951. BRANKER, TROTMAN & CO. Carpenters Road, Stratford, Landen, Eng- : | pan oy Rl

8 1.52—t.f.n. | good condition, reasonable offer accepted Dated this 7th day of January, 1952. Auctioneers land, has applied for the registration of a ss. “LI ” ;
s : ad ah Noreppo, Sth Avenue, Belleville. CARRINGTON "eo oon 5S. NARIA : .. Liverpool 5th Jan.

—--= : = 9.1.52—2n & SEALY, 6,1.52—2n.] trade mark in Part “A" of Register in \S.S. “PLANTER”
eens Cl soa St. 1 oa ra Lg ger respect of flavouring essences for articies ae E -- London 9th Jan.
sup wun 4 »y to Myr ny te tl a on ah 8.1 52—3n of food, and coleurings for articles of Me ee a
. ~o' ‘ontabelle 4 52—2) PIANO-—One (1) Piano in good condi- ;

Palm Cot” Fontabel 91 1 nn on ian eae — TAKE NOTICE Cod. she. sate seolparin m becoming in use! OUR For further Information apply to... .

OT T ne) 1 we » food) ;

WINSLOW —- Cattiewash, Bathsheba depen ctaang tains “4 flavouring essences for beverages, fruit GUARANTEE
Last two weeks in January and th TYPEWRITER — One Portable Rem- PARISH OF CHRIST CHURCH ABRAC extracts, flavouri eisenees aledhalic: ; . iil
months of March, May, June, Jyly,| ington Typewriter, good condition. Apply NOTICE TO DAIRY sich ones ta : ninth ci, tae Chabaneie dal: tae <:| De Witt’s Pills are _ aa DA COSTA & CO., LTD.—Agents
November, December. Apply to Mrs | Holder Bros., Swan Street 9.1,5a—t.f.n KEEPERS, Etc. PANY 1 aa, aaa Oa COM-|the manufacture of perfumeny and soap,’ manufactured under strictly hygienic
W. T. Gooding, Strong Hope, St. Thomas ‘| Registration and Re-Registration of al!| nose trade or business siiiveee ie 1nd paraldehyde, thymol, menthol, acetic) conditions and the ingredients con-

aS PATE betes, comeres i the pio. Carpenters Bond, Stratford, Loncemy Prgabeca a0 Sicohol substitutes, all being Shem 6 sight standards of purity.
a ~ 2 uetion of Milk for sale, and persons pro- | |» ‘ Hed fo yp a chemical substances prepare ‘or use; .
nhc RENT, 08 LEASE MISCELLANEOUS queing Surplus Milk’ for sale; under eg in Bart “ACC OF Magietec taf, easicine | and pharmacy and willt SAGUENAY TERMINALS
= ma aa - si mtienissanme lati aliens jairies Regulations, 1948, made wr the " > ey “ pe entitie: o register e same after ‘
Fully furnished including | Fr ANT QUES — Of avery description | General Board of Health under Dairies = rn hs ae ceeas Sees used in lone month from the 9th day of January, u So a
Telephone, Rediffu Good se 4 fi Sil Act 1941 (1941-17); will tak 1 DAILY manufactures, photography, or philoso-] j9<9 unless some person shall in oF ——— W-- _ ose
Avatiable Ist March, Phone Giess, China, old Jewels, fine Silver ; @ place phieal research, and anti-corrosives; sub- $
allable arch at the Sanitary Inspectors’ Office, Oistin the meantime give notice in duplicate io

























Watercolours. Early books, Maps, Auto-

graphs ete., at Gorringes Antique Shop

sdjoining Royal Yacht Club
3.10.51—t.f.n

VISE OOOO OOS FOS





















5 % “ANTIQUES--For Antiques call in at
@ | Ralph Beard’s Lower Bay Street just
A MODERN BATH ROOM % 2 minutes walk trom the Janding stage
9.1.53 n
o
$ isa Ce te aE erie: & | “BORDERED SPUN SILK—Crease Re-
ye 8 + at ting heavy quality in thirty-three
LAIN GEYSER a warm or & | \ovely designs, Just pay a visit at
hot bdth is obtainable ie a | Kirpalani 52, Swan Street 9.1.52—1n,
matter of minutes MORN- ¢ |
. CANE CARTS—5-6 ton Heavy duty,
ING, NOON, or NIGHT . . % with pneurnatic tyres and over-run
# | brakes. Courtesy Garage. Dial 4616,
«..+++ See them y 8,1.52—fin
i ee ee aliens
@ |) CANE CART — Five Ton Capacity
At Your Gas Showroom, and ¥ | cauipped with brakes built locally from

bvok one to-day from our lorry chassis, spare wheels and tyres to

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next shipment. % | same. Dial 3485. 6.1.52—8n

¥ 565066050000 90G0OO 099M DOOR MATS—Fibre Door Mats in
several sizes and designs. Unbeatable

4 DOCSOSGSIOPVIOSSSIION | Prices. G W. Hutchinson & Co, Ltd.,
Hroad Street, Dial 4222, 9.1,52-—3n

—$_$_$_$_$_
ENCRY DENTURE FIXATIVE, to
make the wearing of false truth a com-

fort, 1/0 per tin, Knights Ltd.
9.1.62—3n

T0-DAY'S NEWS FLASH

LS
BROWN’S NAUTICAL ALMANAC
1952

UTOR — Massey-
Dial . 4616.
8.1.52—6n

PERTILIZER DISTRIB
Harris, Courtesy Garage.





STAPLE MACHINE that will bind
Papers ‘in. thick.

12 Gauge Double Barrelled Shot
Gun with automatic ejector.
Proof Marked for standard and
heavy loads, complete with case
and cleaning equipment. B. 58.

ALL AT

JOHNSON'S STATIONERY
& HARDWARE

GRASS RAKES—12 wide, Heavy



construction, Courtesy Garage. Dial
el





ITEMS—Primus, Stoves, Lanterns,
Chimneys, Filter Funnels, Spirit Cans,
epare parts always in stock. Chandler's
Hardware and Bicyele Accessories, Reed


























nad Tudor Streets. Phone 4024
PS SOCC COO IO POO j 9.1.52—2n.
: sj)| MANURE- Large cart load Garden
j Manure delivered 8/- load, Dial 3187
A. Proverbs, Flint Hall, 8.1,52~—2n
en

MANURE SPREADERS—Massey-Harris,
Kea! for applying Megasse,
mud or pen manure, Dial
Garage. 8.1,52—6n

FOR SALE

——

Heaw duty.
Filter-press
16. Courtesy
BUNGALOW

Partly Stone and Lath and
Plaster, comprising 3 Bedrooms,
Dining and Living Room, Verandah
Kitchen, Toilet and Bath, Garage
Situate at Rocklev, about 150
yards from the sea.

CHURCHILL
Stone Bungalow, comprising 3
Bedrooms, Dining and Livine
Room, Verandah, Kitchen, Toilet
and Bath, Garage. Situate at
Maxwells, Christ Church.

PROMOL MOTH RINGS with D.D.T ,
Knights Ltd 9.1, 52—8n,

SCALES—500 Ib, Platform Scales, }'1st
n time for crop sexgon, The General
Agency Co., B'dos I td. 3.1,52- 6n.

TORNADO—International K.41. Beautt-
ful condition, exeglient equipment, good
racing record, Cost $700.00 now
No offers. Hicks, Telephone 3189.
18.11. 51—t.f.n







SUNCREST TANKS—Galv. Tanks 200 gallon. The
: General Agency Co., B'dos Ltd., 14 High
Modern Bungalow on approx- eet 8. 1,.52—tn.

imately 16,000 square feet of land,
overlooking Golf Course with view

, call



TOYS—For the famous Mobo Toy





















down to. the sea: comprising 3 io at Ralph Beard’s Lower Bay Street.
Bedrooms, Drawing and Dining ‘These Toys are packed, and can be easily
Room, Kitchen, Spacious Games transported 9.1,52—1n
Room tnderncath, alsa Garage ——_$_$$—$_$—$$ TT
Servants’ Room with Bath and VICKS COUGH SYRUP—Medicates as
Tollet. t penetrates into areas ordinary Cough
medies di t reach. 2 sizés, Knights

BUNGALOW — es do no ac i ei _

Rockley New Road: on approx-
imately 19,000, square feet of iand,
Magnificent view including Golf
Course, 3 Redrooms, Drawing and
Dining Room, Kitchen





ASTHMA MUCUS
















Downstairs Garage Servants 8 . i
Room with Path a Totlet, and D j d F y
enough room for Laundry or 1530 ve . inst vay
Workshop Kathe ena ee bie b a
aia em, sin your ¢ in
BUNGALOW th and Weaken your heart




















Comprising 3 Redrooms, 2 with ites MENDACO— the
adjoiring Toilet and Bath, and a of 7 famous doctor=
flso @ separate Toilet and Bath, i/ ing the veeant : Pre cr ohiet aug tha
Dining and Living Toom, large strangling mucus Is dissolv
Vermoah on West and medium \ giving frea, easy breathing
size patio t East, Kitchen, ful No dopes, no §
2 Servarts Ro ith Toilet and Just take pleas
Bath, Gari Situste at Graem INDACO tablets at
Mall Terrace, and standing on ntirely free from a
approximately 22,000 square feet of 1 hitis In pext to no time, even
‘and t you may have suffered for
y MENDACO ts so suecessful
guaranteed to give you free,
BUILDING «thing In 24 fours, and to
Warehouse and Buildings situate y stop your Asthma tn § days
at Marhill Street, Bridgetown, back on return of empty
adjoining China Doll Restaurant, Borne Get, MENDACO trom your
Standing on approximately 10,000 Chemist. The guarantee protects you.
square feet of land with a frontage
ef approximatey 120 feet on



Marhill Street.
This building is very suitable for
Cividing and renting into small

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stores or large Textile Factory, or ROYAL, BARBADOS
any Factory YACHT CLUB
NOTICE

LAND

Approximately 18,000 square feet
of land with one large and one
tmall stonewall buildings thereon,
situate at Roebuck Street, just
above Crumpton Street and oppo
site to James A. Tudor & Co., This
land runs through to Gill's Road
with an approximate frontage of
70 feet, and is suitable for ware
houses.

A COCKTAIL DANCE

In Honour of
the visit of Vice Admiral
SIR WILLIAM ANDREWS,
K.B.E., C.B., D.S.O.,
Commander-in-Chief of
America and West Indies
Station
a and the
Captain and Officers of
H.M.S. “SHEFFIELD”
will be held on
SATURDAY 12th January.
1952
Dancing from 7.00 p.m.
to 10.00 p.m.
T. BRUCE LEWIS,
Secretary.
6.1.52—3n.

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Christ Church; from WEDIWESDAY, Ja.
uary 2nd 1952, between the hours of 9.00
a.m., and 3.00 p.m. except on Saturdays;

o'clock noon.

when Registration, etc., will take place
between the hours of 9.00 a.m. and 12.00

By order of Commissioners of Health,
Patish of Christ Church.
(Sad) CHAS, S. MacKENZIF,
Chairman
25.12.51—6n





NOTICE
PARISH OF ST. GEORGE
At an election of the Vestry for the
Patish of St. George held on January 7th
1982, eleven (11) persons were nominated
to serve as a Vestry for thp year 1952
Sitice then Mr. George F. Hutson one
of the candidates has not.Pes me of his
intention to withdraw his name, | hereby
de@lare the 10 following members duly
elected to serve as a Vestry for the said
Parish of St. George for the year 1952.
Hon. G, D. L, Pile

. H. Goring
. ©. Goring

L. L, Seahy

. A. Wilkinson

E. King

. A. Yearwood

M. Shiltone
Dolo Jordan
Seifert Douglas

K. MASON,
Sheriff.
9 1,52—2n

NOTICE

My Drug Store will be closed from
January 13th to January 3ist inclusive,
except on Saturdays when T hope to be
there to answer any call that I am able
to.

J. B, CLARKE.
9.1,52—3n



NOTICE
PARISH OF CHRIST CHURCH
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tanees used as food or as ingredients in
ood; flavouring essences for beverages,
ult extracts, essential oils, and will be
entitled to register the same after one
month from the 9th day of Januany,
952, unless some person shail in the
1¢ give notice in duplicate to me
office of opposition of each regis-





my

tion. The trade mark can be seen on
application at my office
Dated this 3ist day of lNecember, 1961

H. WILLSAMS
Registrar of Trade Marks
9.1. 52—3n

TAKE NOTICE
FORTRIS



That RECKITT & COLMAN LIMITED,
whose trade or business address is King-
ston Works, Dansom Lane, Hull, England,
Manufacturers, has plied for the regis-
tration of a trade merk in Part “A” of
Register in respect of pharmaceutical anc





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medicinal preparations, and will be en-
titled to register the same after one
month from the 9th day of January.
952, unless some person shall in the





meantime give notice in duplicate to me
at my office of opposition of such regis



to me at my office of opposition of such



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innnnwenan for Kidney and Bladder Troublet

office }

ot December, 1951
H. WILLIAMS

Registrar of Trade Marks. ;

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registration,
nm application at my
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TAKE NOTICE

This serves to inform the public
that L haye not seen nor heard
of the whereabouts of my wife

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CANADIAN SERVICE
From Halifax, N.S., and Montreal,
ee Expected Arrival
Halifax St. John vee
s.8, ‘POLYRIVER” 3 Jan 31 Dec. 19 January Fe
M.V. “BENNY” 28 Jan 25 Jan ‘ebruary
$8. “A VESSEL” n Feb. is ted. 6 March’
UNITED KINGDOM SERVICE
ic FROM SWANSEA, LIVERPOOL AND GLASGOW
“Nive mn | (y) ee Expected Arrival
Swansea Liverpool Glasgow Dates Bridgetown
s.s, “N.O, ROGENAES" 19 Jan. 25 Jan. 30 Jan. mee

15 February



UNITED KINGDOM AND CONTINENTAL SERVICE







WILZIE SKEETE (nee Marshall)
formerly of 18 West 112 Street, 4
N.Y.C, for the past twelve (12) 9
years, and it is my intention to x
remarry in the near future x
That PETROLEUM MARKETING COM- Near a crib ge
PANY (West Indies) LIMITED, 2 Com- Ashton Hall, St. Peter. ¥
pany organised under the laws of Great ga ‘52- Sn. %
Britain, whose trade or business address , ; *

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registration of a trade mark in Part “A” | 566664 5%
4 dyedister in respect of gases in liquid, % adidiaid OOOO POS OOOO TK,
sol or gaseous form, and will be en-]| @&
titled to register the same after one % BAR DE x
month from the 9th day of January, & BADOS ACA MY s
1952, unless some person shall in the] x
meantime give notice in duplicate to me | 4 (Est. 1935) x
at Fy ones pf apposition of such. regis. % Constitution Road. x
p a 7
application at my offic’ Do tee t REGISTERED AND %
Dated this 31st day of December, 1951. x APPROVED s
H. WILLSAMS
Registrar of Trade Marks. st %,
9 1.52-3n,/% 2 ext Term begins Tuesday, $
15th January, 1952, at 9.30 %
— a.m. %
s W. D. RUDDER, 3
TAKE NOTICE ({% Principal. ¥
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éntioned persons have been dul elected | tration The trade mark can be seen on

er serve ‘ae members of the Vestyy of | application at my office : POSS GS9O GOI O99 OOPIOON
Christ Church for the year 1952. Dated this 3ist day of December, 1951 That PETROLEUM MARKETING COM- | 4s X
1 Gidney Cuthbert Ashby ’ Hh. WILLIAMS PANY (West Indies) LIMITED, a Com- | 5 i x
2. Morrell Ewart Pussell Bourne Registrar of Trade Marks | puny organised under the laws of Great | sS NOTICE %
3. Charles Beresford Brandford 9.1.52—3n | Britain, wHose trade or business address x %
4. Victor Wallace Austin Chase Z 22 a St siglon rene ¥ Cc. 3.1% %
§, Charles Manning Drayton nd, “rehants, has applied for the | », .
6. Hugh Foderingham Garnes LIQUOR LICENSE NOTICE registration of a trade mark in Part “A” x %
7. Archibald Graham Gittens The application of Lillith Phillips and] of Register in respect of gases in liquid, | %& s
8. Fred Carlton Goddard Herbert Phillips of Thorpes a aan solld or gaseous form, and will be en-| \ DUE to the death of MR. ¥
9. Courteley TA St, George for permission to sell Spirits.}] titled to register the same after one y
10, Charles *straghan MacKenzie Malt Liquors, &e«., at a board and|month from the 9th day of January, x POLLARD - CARTER, late ¢&
11. Umberto Joseph Parravicino Hhingled shop with galvanized roof] 1952, unless tome person shall in the & Hardware merchant of High x
12. Thomas Noel Peirce ituated at Thorpes Cottage, St. George | meantime give notice in duplicate to me | $ ol x
13. Edna Evelyn Talma Dated this. 7th day of January, 1952.] ut my office of opposition of such regis- St., Carter & Co’s Hardware ¥

14. George Christopher Ward To C. W JDDER, Esq., tration. “ trade mark can be seen on + x
15 Harry St. George Ward Police Magistrate, Dist. “RB.” application at my office. x Store will be closed to-day, x
16. Joseph Evan Webster. LILLITH PHILLIPS, Dated this 3ist day of December, 1951.) 3% JANUARY 9. x
Signed GORDON BARNETT, HERBERT PHILLIPS, H. WILLRAMS % &
Sheriff Applicants Registrar of Trade Marks x *
Sealine N.B —This application will be con- 9.1.52—30 } ¥5GGGGG56 OSS S9S9SOOS OSES *



WANTED

















dered at a Licensing Court to be held

Police Court, District “B", on Monday









he 2ist day of January, 1932, at 11
Vvelock, a.m
c. W. RUDDER,
Police Magistrate, Dist. “B.”
HELP 9.1.52—1n
BUTLER—Willing to do housewor PATO TS y
Telephone 0123 Mrs. Ross Palmer, Mo LIQUOR LICENSE NOTICE |
mas, St. James. 8.1.52— The plication of Tom Jones & So
————__—_— —_—__-—___-—_ — er of Cheapside, St. Michael !
EXPERIENCED LADY STENO-TY PIS! » sell Spirits, Ma Liquor |
Apply: Alleyne Arthur & Co. Ltd., Offic ‘ at botte floor of a wall and wooden |
High Street. 5.1.52—t f.1 iiiding in Cheapside, City |
——___—_. ~ — -—— day oi January 1952. |
OFFICE CLERK-—During Crop, offic: 1FFITH, Esa.
clerk, previous experience an adyantag” Magistrate, Dist.“ .
Apply; Manager, Lower Estate Factor Signed TOM JONES, |
9.1,52—7: Applicant
3 This application will be con-

LIQUOR LICENSE NOTIC!

The application of McDonald Arehe



Shopkeeper of Mapp Hill, St Mich
fer permission to sell Spirits, Ms
Liquors, &c., at bottom floor of a 2-stor«
wall building at Mapp Hill, St. Michar!
Dated this 7th day of January, 1952



To F. A. McLEOD, Esq,

Police Magistrate, Dist. “A.”

Signed FTHEL WOOD,
for Applicant

N.B —This application will be co’
sidered at a Licensing Court to be held
at Police Court, District “A” on Frida
the 18th day of January, 1952, at
o'clock, a.m,

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Police Magistrate, Dist.









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at a Licensing Court to be held

at Po Court, District “A” on Frida’,
t 18th day of January, 1952, at 1)
o'clock, a.m
G. B. GRIFFITH
Ag. Police Magistrate, Dist. “A.”
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BARBADOS ai happy 1952.
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Inspection by Appointment only.

Phone 4900

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TASMANIA OUT FOR 225 RUNS “ichss*) wetne

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Denmark and Sweden. Now the



ting 5 ays an ans
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to see if they could get vocational

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‘ eturned to the island yes-j| cor t of young prospective in- ~~ OF — ;
tere by th tor vessel Cana-) ernational up to Olympic f
dian Cruiser | Standard anxious to improve ¢
By HAROLD DALE 2 ee , The horses were consigned to) their chances for furthey cont "
SYDNEY, Jan. 2 e FES the H a Gal M.L.C.,| These swimmers wilj pay
Simpson Guillen had six = 1 J. D oa hs ches | ae own | pevialls reduced
2 i Tae ; r last vir. B, Ey m e ens’s—which will only be
ictims in the West Indies ell, Mr. M. E. R. Bourne, Mr. R. E,} about £12—and will 3 t a f
country match against Tas Gill, Mr. K. D. Edwards, Mr. youth swimming club in Jut- )
mania, catching three and R. H. Mayers and Mr, C. A. land, Denmark. ; ,
stumping three. Topscorers ~ | Top — One of Lindwall's Peirce. ; The invitation comes fron, the | : ,
San F ’ x super fastest-efforts designed The Canadian Cruiser loaded; Loke Swimming Clut c = §
were Cowley 51 ana Morri; ind ee . , sagen as 7 1g ib of Copen- {
: hon : to break the victorious here about 800 puncheons of in nhagen, Organiser is Captain B. Carved Ivory
by 39 in Tasmania's total oi Gomez-Christian) stand lasses for Cangdian ports. She| W. Cummins, a prominent Ama-| arved very, Lovely Brass-
995 1 ast he f “anad > ia
Aav0. knocked the bat out of left por last night for C ad teur Swimming Ass iti fi- + ware ang i 2 1 ,
Valentine took four for 87 Gomez’s hand (Bat can be via Dominica and Montserrat. | cial waning Association offi jy Ware and Antique Jewellery |
and Ferguson two for 64. Wesi seen in midair in front of She is consigned to Messrs. ‘Thank You’ from India; Tapestries,
Indies were no wickets for Bill Johnstone). Douagias diner Austin & ‘Co., Ltd. After the last Clympics the! 7
nae a . Re ng St 7 Ring in foreground went for Danish Syettvioning she Leather Curios, from Egypt.
0 funs when hae and stol- the catch that might have anxious to s Ty :

. anxious to se “Thank 1» ; ideri Sit es apee
meyer appealed against light had important consequence TECHNICAL ADVISER | Britain, ethan 1 oe fase Embroideries, Silks, Carv-
during the last over. but he dropped it (The bol @ From Page 5 ‘ swimmers and divers to compet ings from China ;

which was skied is out of or elsewhere. That was a tre- tha Roeni <3 Ss to compete a. i

ees mendous n and they were| {2 Me Royal Gala Programme in vin ie oe i

the picture) nHeNaor um, @ ee 7 V-386 2% t
Alex Buxton ' \
7 ® i)
. , ~ come within the means of our THAN] S 4
E than the Evening [Institute was} . aan ans ul ))
Is Next Riv i coing. He was therefore asking * eet a. pera e the club: is i

SCHOOLBOYS AWAIT that the Resolution should be dealt | *!'@n8ing for them to travel in a

For I ur in be ied with as it was an urgent matter,| =. setae hd shiq (idcashe wewe}
§ E p Bottom—Schoolboys rush out and in order that they might be). ‘ ! bent ing about 10 days in
en to the pitch to single ent ‘



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training instituted in a bigger way imming holiday will








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y GE LE ING » 2 * y, i : “htt - xe fei _| Magen for a week. |
_By GEORGE WHITING s their hero—Frank Worrell plan whereby they could get vo Your Souther ee Bn Prince Wm. Heury Street
Middle-weight champion Ran- whose 6 for 38 had just cational training’ established in tikel e. : hern — swiramers | ) f
dolph Turpin, reputedly unwor- routed Australia for 82 i the island, ‘oh y to grasp the chanc are || Dial 3466
ried by the doubts I reported their first innings. _ | John Tickle, Rita Rayner, Naomi | }
last week concerning his third QOOEPPEIOVOR PID OIG TS HA | Kile, and Peter Alp. —L. ) f
world title fight with Ray Rob-

inson is to meet 26-year-old
Alex Buxton, second of the Wat-
ford “brotherhood,” over ter
rounds at list. 9lb,, at Harringay
on February 12.

Thus, after 16 months, Turpin
directs his fists against an English
opponent for the first time since
he took the British middle-weight
title from Albert Finch last year.

Only One

Apart from Finch, 23-year-old
Turpin has boxed only one
3ritish = born middle - weight
Jackie Jones—in the last three
years. The interval has been
profitably spent collecting British
and European championships,
winning and losing the world title
and making things physically
uncomfortable for four Ameri-

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Robinson fights. : al vey shia iite- Setoued : ag
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have been out of the picture i Wednesday, January 2, 1952, and

no fault of Turpin. Until the
last few weeks, not one of the
contemporary crop has_ been
able to establish the slightest
claim to fight the Leamington
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iss aa teenenen a $$ $$ a Honour the Speaker, assisted by THIS AFTERNOON
~ { ki e Messrs. J. T. Brancker, F. C 4.3 ‘e
Sl ae Doe Ing Of Goddard, C. E. Tal a pov G » aoe |
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) te / ¢ oS rprise Members of the Sugar Industry ade
dl, LM Is D if Agricultura) Bank:—Messrs. J. E A} fn |
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SL oub ul T. Brancker, F, E. Milter, ] BV AN : | @ @
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When the House of Assembly Mr. Adams: Resolution to place n Act to author Walcott and T. OQ. Bryan. |
Saetee” Seem: imeem: erm ion, | RALMOUTH, England, Jan... Member of the Bourd of Man- |
: of the G i f x © pu . ‘ The barometer dropped steadily agement of the Agricultural Cred Tha
> an ac: al Re mittee to supplement the Estimates purposes of constructing s a ae e . me Agric ur red- in? .
al ig hag ee eae 1951—52, Part I. Current, as shown repairing or purchasing ho Tuesday night and the sea rough- *: Societies:—Mr. F. L. Walcott. | | Guarantee A Perfect FIT
the Commonwealth Agricultural Re tee Estimates Sr eae Bill intituled ened, but Captain Henrik Kurt Members of the Board of the If SHAPE
ee a id oe aaa a “Mr Adams for: Ate.) Wtalatie Mute. tha” iaee (palatin Lapy'sieg Carlsen and the battered freighter Peasants’ Loan Bank:—Messrs. C { to every °
Report. of She Depry ner Resolution to place the sum. of gration Flying Enterprise were less than E. Talma and R. G. Mapp . INTON /
Labour for the year 1950, k , J ee ch ‘ pou 3 i ‘ pp. EDMONTON HALL ,
Statement showing gross Cus- SONG st tse ceva. Si ese Joe ent OANEY SORES ©? miles and 24 hours from safety. Members of the Bridgetown 1
ave srnor-in-Bxecutive Cx . , . 7 an ‘
See ee me pune Raat. supplement the Extimates, 1951-52 ree aren , Winds of 20 to 35 miles an hour Housing Board:—Messrs, G. H DAYRELL’S ROAD i
s ended 31s ugust, 195 y Mr ugha € otice + - . A + 7 c 4s I 5 |
Teint Oita’ Ravances for Yay Part UH, Capital, as shown in the Uae parties coca ane made towing of the Enterprise by Adams and M. E. Cox, 1} 2
ment of Money Orders to 3ist Supplementary Estimates, 1951-52, Establishment — « Governme the British tug Turmoil, hazardous.
cen No. 37 weed orame...and Ake . Yeduc = ; ; Members of the Fancy Molasses |
October, 1951 Once the ship heeled over to nearly ; | ,
Statement showing the amounts Mr Adams: Resolution to place tion or aboli¥on of duty on ec ninety degree: as th line Control and Marketing Board:— | We have
received by the Government of the sum of $600 at the disposal of tain textiles and footwear ~ Gegrees, as e towline ore I zi Williams, D. D I}
Barbados and the amounts receiv - the Governor-in-Executive Com Mr. R. G. Mapp tabled a cu6s pulled it against the wind and ss : eye
ed by H.M. Government in the mittee to supplement the Estim- tion with regard to price control waves, ay and C. N. Reece, and Sir | d ej
United Kingdom under the pro ates, 1951-52, Part 1, Current, as on items of food and dru ” Laks * John Saint | one 1 in
visions of the Colonial Develop shown \in the Supplementary Mr, E. D. Mottley tabled a que The French tug Abeille shrilled Members of the Sugar Produc-- }
ment and Welfare Act for the Estimates, 195!1—52, No, 38. These tion dealing with the treatmen its whistle in an offer to put ,; acer A
period ended on the 30th Septem money resolutions were later dealt of tuberculosis patients (nthe another line aboard but the Tur- fion Export Control Board:— | th P AST
ber, 1951, in respect of the sev with and passed same wards as other patients wit mofl veered and broug FE Messrs. F. L. Walcott, E. W. Bar- | ae é .
eral Schemes sanctioned by tte communicable diseases : veered and brought the En- row, A. B. S. Lewis and H. 0
Legislature. s ws Adams for Mr Weloayts AL ae - ‘erprise back to its heading. Emtage. i : 7 . |
The Pensions (Pensionable Of- iesolution to place the sum o r *. E. Thtma tabled two It was still to be decide Theth. — tage. ?
fiees) (Amendment) Order, 1951 $1,385 at the disposal of the Gov- questions; one relating to we pui ee iH $0 ‘be decided w math Members of the Board of Agri- We can
er the Ent e coul t & |
Message No, 1/1952 from fia ernor-in-Executive Committee to chase of land by Government for e Enterprise could be broug! culture:—Messrs. F. I Walcott
Excellency the Governor to the supplement the Estimates, 1951 the purpose of constructing right safe to dock in Falmouth harbour. ES weer a ts | .
Honourable the House of Assem 52, Part I, Current, as shown in ef way to the sea on the Christ —UP S hs. Bin Ho der, J. A. Haynes, | do it all
bly inviting the approval of the the Supplementary Estimates, 1951- Church coast and the ther t . and L. E. Smith, '
Honourable House to the proposed 52, No. 39 ian connection with the erection of a | |
inerease in the rate of the annual Mr Adams esolution to fish market at Silve u } r
contribution to the Imperial Col authorise the Directors of the Mr. F. E. Miller tabled ques ! | 1 t the TIME.
fege of Tropical Agriculture t» Savings Bank to pay the sum o tions #euting to the acquisition of W T d >
$8,640 for the next five years an six tietadred and thirty doliars land for the removal of homes of | 1a Ss on oO ay WEATHER REPORT |
# the necessary provision bein from the funds of the Saving the population of St. Gee trom 7 * é :
made in the Estimates, provided © Bank as a gratuity to James — gullfes: and the tnadequacy of The third day's hearing of YESTERDAY. {
that the Diploma Courses at th Lewis, retired messenger of the stendposts in St, George | the Lucy Murder Case Raibfell ? Cort | } e
College are continued Bank at the Court of Grand ainfa rom odrington: |
Message No, 3/1992 from Mis } Mrs. FE. FE. Bourne tabled a aes : : i - |
celleney the Governor to the Hen Pr. Cummins: Resolution to question relating to the condition : Sessions 10.00 a.m. ; eumhont Temperature: 84. Fr | 5 = . |
Saree (aie Haule’ Of Aumont adtnndh tha Resistcation ot Deaths of certain: tands. in’ St. andrew Police Courts and Court of Lowest ee en F Evangelist Reid Returns
ith reference to the Add ‘Amendment? Regulations, 1951, Before the business of the Original Jurisdiction 10.00 Wind Velocity: 8 miles per . . wala i &
achich’ Was panic’ by Hong made by the Governor-in-Execu House was begun, He ou ee , Lenk Big Opening January 13 at | s ; i &, ee)
nble House on the Sth Novembe tive Committ on the 20th day of congratulated Mr, G. H \d ae v as } ({
1951, on the subject of British We December 1951, under the pro. who is the recipient of the Cor Meeting of the Council of the Barometer (9 a.m.) 30.026; | 7.15 p.m. | ; ‘ ° \
indian Federation oe : fons at section 82 of ithe tegist: panionship ico! tte, Most Distin- Chamber of Commerce at (3 p.m.) 29.945. | Subject: Top Scorers in Tailoring
Message No, 3/1952 fron jo aths Act, 192 guishe de chael anc a 4 oot : * a
Excellency the! Governor to the Mr Adams Resolution to St. George whic h_ matters connected TO-DAY ' “GOD SPEAKS TO THE i
Honourable the House inviting th approve the Order entitled “The The House adopted the report with the local Electric WORLD” Prince Wm. Henry Street
concurrence of the Honourab Pensions — (Penstonable | OMc the Select Committee appoinied to Supply Corporation will be Sunrise: 6.12 a.m. .
House in the extension to Dash : [Amenement) bgt pe ore recommend the | rsorne 1 ‘ f ‘the discussed with Hon. H. A. Sunset: 5.50 p.m. Illustrated by Sound Moving
dos of the provisions of the nev t the Governor on ie Bt Joint and Stand Cor oe Cc 9 00 | a
exchange of notes between th« of October, 1951, under the pro nd Boards nted by Mr uke 2.00 p.m. Moon: First Quarter, Janu- | Pictures :
United Kingdom and the Unitec isions of section 2 1) (a) of the Sveaker subject to the reva Police Band’s Annual Variety ary 4 : |
States of America in connect Pensions Act, 1 of the House ' a ee ae N » one should miss seeing
with economic co-operation Mr. Adams A Bill intituled The House costooned. considers Concert at the Mental Lighting: 6.00 p.m. . c
The following — notige were an Act to amend the Bills. of tion of the Report of the S Hospital 8.00 p.m.
given Exchange Act, er oa We Committee appointed to prepare Mobile Cinema Show at St. i
Dr Cummins Resolution to Dr, Cummins A Bill intitulee dratt reotv. to. His Excellency ‘ sha . : | :
authorise the Governor to enter an Act to carry out the Conven Speech delivered on December 18 by yea S School pasture : Sa 1 | . th Caribbean
into an agreement with a person to tion relating to Labour Clauses 1964 “ 7.45 p.m. p.m. f \nights a week after. | in Ee
serve in the Labour Department 1: in Public Contracts The House adjourned Tie { 9.1.52.—2n. \
the post of Factory Inspector Mr. Adams A Bill intituled day next at 3.00 pt ee ieenemesienesemnasionsshienihen noesenouetgo tena omaamacace nana. 8609 »
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Primmiai and Churchill on Tuestiay ordered their Foreig: Colonial |
‘ret 0 begin wor t¢ I t t a | Aubrev Kirton, P.M.Q. of St. Lues
i policic \ I 1) lA‘ | » { | vhen the case i f
ia and the Far East ve Opie n sherman of St. Lucy, who 1 !
i hill f J »} iE | 3-month-old child, Geoffrey Boy
i f ‘ » wa ‘ | :
mil IK 1 in the area } r the elimina ae tuild AS unds ntinued betore the Han. ‘ihe i ¢
: { )} Collymore at the Court of Grand Se
na a erences In p ri € | }
t where A American fere { LONDON, Jan. 3. | | a oo: y oe ae :
ill be no basie shi r i mmediatel — oa } | Gene of the crime
il res te - ma ae pol cies Immea — ) Some er : . rebuilding} Mr. F. bk. Field Assistant A
ruman made it "tly that the Ur + a dev ent in the plone
1an made i perfectly c! 1 e I ed States |S se ae oloni¢ Geaeré pi uting CRICKE' E
could not entertain any idea of 1 ! ne Commi cs a Rae 4 ae aes , a t Mr. C. H. Clarke, KC " mts B
i. ‘ “bh shill + > ] ] , + > ; : . t a c } ; ne
China. Churchill it equally clea at Britain could] lac ntney) fore he | Mr. G. B. Nite LUNCH SCOREBOA
not « er withe Wing its recognit I ( ‘ lth Finance Cencuing Springer
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: - a sa 82 ' wi Phillip West Indies \ Tasr
AGREEMENT one ' Hed, Philliy | wii t ti
| ae ‘ J. Stollmeye » Cowley
Bu ere the con ree! for | t } A. Rae not out 4
States Rrit a atkins | : r » being | R. Marshall c Goodw
a ad un mu stz a once Vv ear d 1 a as ° t | Displose
ation to do the maximum to harmonize ( 1 the . * au Extras
Middle East Asiatic areas. Tt was le 1 after the ' igt 0 live
White House ed a brief men : ; | th He Knew “Smutts” ] TOTAL (for 2 wkts.)
Churchill at the morning mee cont j : | t Field, Phi
military matters” and “also reviewed the curre A ee er eee Graauae I dit pot oes main call Se
in the Middle East and OL ity to defend. aarti . jtember 19. Greave ometir kK | * a
1 1 ‘ te’?
Churchill himself te f th Y i hwhil d_ profitable; ae 'D Kirt = ‘ e Cc tri ic ily
} ” ‘ t wat + . rp 7 7 9 r Ptonm said thé on Septem
everybody” is happy of the ilk E , that they t WEST INDIES needed 94 with ¥en wickets in hand to win the third Test when Sir Donald Brad r 21 he met Supea ae shone b> N
he t eal { Y f ; : : | man, John Goddard and Arthur Aorgis had lunch together on Gheristmas Day Both the Australians . ny py ‘ , ~ »Y
ere i ex if an ro s far i for ti West " "hey went to a cane Orie q
; - Ah ae 8 I 3 J 1: oars for th ‘ ave just tried to convince John that he has as good as won the game-——but he knows the Australians by ' t + 90 ¢ f 7 . 4 re
1 } Indie r ‘ & ibout 30 fe rom 1
is to be n ara : ! problems w h idies are concerned, some indus-} this time, and he still looks cantions, te i ; f th fi id Ws
laeue then 1 » enact 7 . ‘ x : ‘ i are bound to suffer; | salts: saa * s ie aah whe Hela, a sma "e sav © ’ '
plagt é the m in the eastern areas, the must constantly | whether — the aia ade wild . i dapigualbbueieiais ip of trash, In this heap he sa | HOMES MUST SWITCH OF 3
work in future to ay l s where policies difler uffer depends on the case that i H ( } eft knee. of a dark skint OR GO WITHOUT HEAT
. 1 O& 4 h . ? » e case that is ~ oh 4 i , y
United Stats ary of State, Dean Acheson and é m it i Ouse ongratulate Leader Two iilem rf il Phere was a dismem!
British Foreign Secretary Anthony Eden will start at once rt best chance for colonial ‘ : | , ; / ea eas ee th c os he
f + rt ’ : ; rritorie is the fact that the | : ‘ | : " aes vag stl j
on a project here. Eden will remain in Washington on Wed-] mai: Mr ¢ H A a ‘ ‘a , he ) tt | : ee
: 7” i ; YF ee ; na k ll be on dollar Vibe Veo e J ms | 7 M 4 Fe portion of the | ; F
and Thursday after Churchill leaves for New York riding er indibiendent 9 as oN De } Ch { Ua? € ?1 vas resting on the buttecks of t cs impossible GELS. A020: ORS
- ‘ i ) t le
{ , Talks will be supplemen | rt on Friday vealth countries hal leg ere crossed ons
tlLawi ‘KS Wl sup} art ” ida) Phe 5s toreifateais : Mr. G. H. Adams, Leader of the House Asse Snees POLNUINg so: snes aaa
wit! Three Power military talk including France on he it sores which " : a ‘ FeO se.of Asse mbly, wa " 2 plian l 4 oo Tt { Evenin ndard
Indo-China wher , envi ened oe f ave their economies controlled} congratulated by members of that Chamber yesterday, « : eo ’ ee a ee rt Feat
1do- na where it is feared “another Kore may belt vith 2 ‘ 7 s as ; . wo of the ink of the be t varning wa giv
threatened * 1a) e ir n ean tee hall} his being awarded a Companionship in the Most Distin | passed cleanly through to ety derman J. \
+, Ce stirel : a Sarasa guished Order of St. Michael and St. George in the | g's . ) the wer joints of the sacri chairman of the Lo Bod
General Omar Bradley, Chairman of the United States c eats “n° p WhOone New Year's Honours List oe alates j Major General Huss a rf rough the haunc B Lanes, one ur not nd chair
Joint Chiefs of Staff, gave a full report to Truman an caine sis? thea . as m ; ptivn) which was slightly splint ion Electricity P it
‘ : ’ U > V é ep t ri é é {qui disproportionately _ ir the Congratulations were offered by \ “Mae a ES a oe if ; 1 W ig I inter : on ectricity Pe Committee
Churchill and associates on the military aspects of the last yea senior member for St. Luc¥ re M - e E te a Frontier A aoe Or . tBA | ple of inche ibove the | Only if the housewif
es . pind 7 . ¢ ad F, ar 2 t » me be ed e ( t i bove he i atten .
Korean war. Both Truman and Churchill agreed that every A Real Chance hee ;* as Goddard, Leader _ , rud ve t milar redueti
t} * tas a : ead ae 1 whe Ribert a ‘yeaa of the Opposition and junit member i Christ Chureh ists, tried to a ite ’ tland commercial
| hing easible must be done to bri abou he truce in y iber x0 es 0 Trini-i Mr. J, B. T, Braneker, before tie Amer va unharmed, but the; pubi 1id. would \
Korea. The conference will resume again this afternoo @ On Paze 3 , business of the House was begira, e Of ae) ee ounded mT upplic s take 1 ;
when the two return to diplomatic and military problems in -———————_.-___ eee at he aan perhaps be} Reds Re ecl i \ ute rl ' Trace of Hood the winter with the
» Bur ss aa ; | ed to make re 2» to ; Af a ‘ ' e whole skin edge w j sal :
the European field. Plans for ending the conference are still j EK nl 8 Dee int etek tee anal = J home from his office 1 x} , i. rece ig Of ott, | taterruptions.
uncertain, but no communique will be issued on Tuesday ‘rench Line 18 |New Year's Day e Press ¢ J | when two men opens ire ¢ et notches for whic { “If the private householder
: 1 uesday ¢ in the Pr x Ww ie I f hich an instru-!, il as
* wight. [tis likely*to-be isstied prior to Churchill's de rv Shi Ki er W set Wyaies in_reference to thier e * e an a car in a ¢ airo ul urb } ment with a close erated edge rae all eee nC L u
*~parture yr Néew Ybor Tadanes : a \L¥ew mperia onour which was b | Tommy guns. tte said 12 1@} must have been responsible. There ‘¢ i nalke
partu for w York on Wednesday afternoon, | WwW.’ ~— or Ww, L, | stowed by His Majesty the King on’ panmMUN JOM. KOREA. J believed them to be Communists.[Wwas no noticeable odour oF trace] 324i *have loau~-shecd
. | 7 s NLUN JOM, L ‘ 8 | by ce lete } t
cn / Tee “1 - c } : a member—a senior member, anc , RORES ne of blood on the cut surface of th ymp (
Truman and Winston Churchill agree that the time is | o ‘ dent bite. Laker of the tbvernment ; Communist truce negotiators to Ame implicated in thel funk or on the trash of on the At certain time
yiot ripe for any early top leve] Cold War talks w Sovie \ Jan. 8 th slo the day rejected the latest United! Palestine arms candal and unt ossible to heat t
| } ar talks with Soviet) in. prenct this colony and the House ’ round possibh h
Premier Josef Stalin, it was revealed on Tuesday. But their mata eae morning} “You will perhaps agree with Nations prisoners exchange propo- | accused of falsifying the price _ The cut tissues were blanched| for the family
second day of talks found Truman-and Churchill still dead 1,0 De ¢ allings ime,” he said 1 Ss i < x Sf ich € n : nd : bh United Nz is th iyp ! ita it 6 ) the t ote Ay
| locked over the issue of withdrawing Briti recognition of | has t taken off tt mane ee eae See ea . ; ees ae plus materials, A nqu t aboot 6.00 p.m. at the 6t. Peter
a Tacs v MAT vil t ) mr ¢ ’ himself, the honourable and learr noon had offered Cemmunist ve REGS eS s lor ry he reported to Mr. S. H
Red China t 1 i de b ed member for St. Joseph, and \ evised prisoner of exchange plan | #auitted him Nut Coroner of the district, at :
They agreed, however, that everything possible must | WiC betwee! E rope i Trin id id, th ae ve nty nee me mbers ¢ f sowing On two contested points bu . “ae » | 0 at 1 f, neath alien hose request he had viewed the Israeli i ore 3
be done to bring about the truce in Kore Ith Std oe ; aD t Ja this amit would like to feel sticking their basic demand for 9° “!et po mean remait
Bi rin l . a, although it was| } Be Graane Ny that it is an honour conferred voluntarv repatriation Russian trawler tood it the He then emptied the remains of * ~ +
not disclosed what this may involve. American and British VON West Indies her! this very ancient and honourat arbour of Port $ i 16z' | child out of the bag in which Kili é Keypiiu
ources said the question of seeking r t t June st { the . Olonial Legislative Assembly Admiral R. E. Labby Chief U.N, Canal ne, pa igh en(th ere brought to the Mortuary O's
was not eve raised. at formal White , . 1 se : dre e-| Privilege And Pleasure negoti tor on truce supervisio TOMES Vial ivostok on tt Ri It va ae that he noticed for the CAIRO
hinted the chances of.a Big Three or Bis F ; eas “ t li at interval Mr. Brancker said that as the sured ¢ ommunists in writing the ian ern ime the et An a ure Isra
Tate 2 ORO Dat AEE : Big Four meeting. at, Sirsa coaahaldg mt {second enior membe} of the House would get back all of their prisor A ry seaeaiiin % Skin Peeling Off [crossed the Egyptian-I
t ba P em: DCCR. Ver sy I it a t watand wt the a n Page 5 ers who want to return te Cor the but 600 he remain vere those of 4} line into the P.
Churchill informal talks aboard Truman’ cht On, Grasse eS Harnalrt aan a tas sncencanrenpen imine munism even if the Reds ca person hed th ahroiit: a id abo © feet six inches tall} Sunday, killed seven pe
Saturday night:—U.P. on the West : ery - >»: produce enough U.N, priseners an Live I and “Lor tive Ru I een one and two years| wounded eight other (
ae replaced the Seana ineau Asked former South Korean, troov ia With Egypt The late ai at , ie nourished and| to the Cairo newspaper Al Ahrat
i wn in Octobe | civilians to swap on a man for mat, of the trawlers forced the p re wed for. The i roe vere lace paper said that
‘ 4 t ) + th t t The J . J 7 eat trimme ind the nail beds; Foree crossed the truce lit
r ° d 1e momer he De Grasse is aSis8 The United Nations al ” t el e part 4 7 : ;
‘ , & ci in thorough ove i a iropped their demand that Sout! which tl vypt ( ert {| ‘ een. Soe isjthe border ea of Ga
® \ ye rhaul > PI jen d which e Egys : ' | eelir oft The skin of the| ttacked tI A ‘
QO ul i is = Ane! whic 2 alt luc . alter tions to met are = serving in the Re Port 5a as expect itt re) lso showed sor ire o howitzer ‘nd Molot De mi
¢ ui ab i for service i PARIS. Jan army be « W977 te d as privoner v y en ; , 4 \ @ On Page 3 --U.P
‘i. < climate Ti le WAS at Bresident Vincent Auriol var They did retain, howey § ae nal ym pit 4 winaitenentrnitca
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Bay this morn ing to open the local 1952 Tourist season. She KI ’ Jan. 8 intervie vith the ner intieiia’ daiad: he sn pe
left New York on Saturday and Barbados is her first port of | . He K Newton, Finance poo a ee | ew ae a = | Approve Western } ih wh finial. by rote
: Secretar 1 } been .| President askec ‘ it an offic M
call on her 100-day voyage. ed | Ge r t a a 4 avi 4 sy nt Comte could fo cast A jee Unior
’ 7 rte . c ) rn he sug- i ant. My } u ;
The Caronia leaves this evenir nodern as tomor et comf natin ot Donald Sangster,| simple. I will go now to congult Resolution uP
for Por ; n. Trinid ! thei M | 1 Ur , : 5 = y yin og
; Pi Ev Os Spain, Trinidad = . oe Minister for Social Welfare, from|colleagues before deciding : — saad
- . x“, m ‘ ly n¢ a hig ? u ; private bathroor ul I er t ompany | answer I will give him. Pinea ' PARIS, Jan. 8. | ; i bess
ntirely ew concept < ocean 1 anc 1O ( Trin d vho}| he b: © . vl e United Nations Main Po / Y
travel is this 34,000 xur th Brit Carib- fe ea woly a, tty ‘ove e tical Committee approve | E N. Again I aul
liner Caronia, largest engel : en Pree Fs , , Tald Tuesday over Soviet oppositio 7 vrs
VV . I c ‘ks in}morning P PI ’
t : : t ene “) slag H. A " the Western resolution bolsteri: To Caplure ili
16 end of the r un smoking #oom Cul arts 4 gidincehilahapeesties apenas ihe Acheson plan veto-free nm |
urant ll air conditionec : r ‘ ol « t
i Dag I ( erence as . ‘ ehiner o deal with the future H.Q@., K
Streamlined in. appea nd!|Open and closed pro ade iviser but $ wie 405 Red “Suspects 5 with three abstention Th Cor 1
ultra modern in des he t exe ef unobstruct x ae z 1s a good margin over a t : ‘i
Caronia | h et , : exer t L, Plead funocett thirds majority that will be nece
portions of an Atlantic line n sary for final approval | t ‘
the sleek grace of a crui t tio ' c [ANILA, Jat General A rite Balloting Korangpo ne
turing a well-raked_ clipper Frotr ter to ern, the ‘ v who ved for rhirt . an aa Sarna taken on the eleven-nation onl ifter A lhic ‘
b tripod mest and | Caronia marvel of grace anc : Sarnaion Be Pee Re ve i Nae jution..lP, wit! 80 vards of
ternally-supported funnel l pow a horoughly enjc ble , ah t e imunists o nem be i
git y Aas : Ses eae (ened of the rebe! Huk pleaded innoc« an Sane ris ib Waa tes Fe
7 k at thei nment on charge ° ail : ; Oth
eos i of rebellion with murder, arson.| Carmadian Wheat \\.'°0 200°" ° i
’ 8. s. q ARON HA nd eRe oe in a Court of the fi .
F J ice t !
rat Instance: ie alleged to ve M@aches New High i o
fellow conspirator f 26 Hh 3 ¢ i
ar Re onvicted of rebe 1 OTTAWA, Jar . (
in a Politburo tz which ¢ { Canadian wheat stocks o1
last May cember 20 totalled 220,78 1 of ind tl countel j A
The Philippine Government bushels and are running al the first attach opper
charged that the defer e neck and neck with stor 30-minute battle
members and office of the - corresponding date in is 0 i i off ¢
munist Party an@ of Huk Or cording to the Bureau of F
izations tics. Stocks of Canaciis
Amor pecifie crim storage or imtransit i
harged with are massacre { America amounted to 220, 975.4 | ( i
Mrs. Aur Quezon, the dc bushels on December 20, while|!
fof President Quezor and several farmers’ marketings during |
| othe 1949, ¢ raid the week ending December 20 130
Art camp Makabulos in to 6,951,000 bushels fron | ed
lac ar on the town of Santa’ previou yea Overseas exy |
Cruz in the Lag na Provinces clearances up to 2,580,000 bu |
t f ) UP. om 1,059,000.—(€LP.) ur
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a from the 2nd_ Test
Match, W.I Australia will
be the highlight of the British
Council's Free Show at their head-
quarters “Wakefield n Friday
lith at 8.15 ; é Charlie
Chaplin will be rring in the
feature film of the evening

® gramme British

2 part { the 2nd

i Jest Indies \ Au
tralia); Magic Touch iking the
most of natural resources); Home
and School (home ool rela-
tionsy> Charlie Chaplir at’ the
Shuw

On the Caronia
N RS. ARTHUR CHOATE, mem-

ber of the executive coma
mittee of the G Scar Ass
ciation of Ar will be amo
the passenger ving here ta-
day by 1¢ Caronia. She is al
Chairman of the Chalet Commit-
tee, ‘

This committee runs an In-
ternational chalet at Adelboden,
Switzerland for all girls guide
and girl scouts.

Mrs. Choate will be met at ti
Baggage Warehous by the Girl
Guides Island Commissioner Mrs.
E. E& William She will vi
“Pax: Hill,” the gir! guides’ head-
quarters” where he will meet
members of the executive of the
Gir] Guides’ Association Her visit
will -coincide with a meeting of
the Sea Rangers

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She will

iccompanied by he
band.



Fina]_Arrangements

RRIVING from Trintahd ove



the week-end by B.W.LA. wa:
Mr. Richard Speirman, -Manager
of Warner Bros., in Trinidad. He
is here to make final arrangement:
with Caribbean Theatres Ltd., for
the release of “C aptain Horatio’
Hornblower” at the Plaza, Bridge-4
town; next month
During his stay here he is ;
guest at the Ocean View Hote}

Cld Boys’ Association















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ONE of the oils now being ex-
hibited by M. Nechoumoff at his

Christmas and Races
R. DENNIS MALONE, Bar-
rister-at-Law, who
the Christmas holidays in Grenada

exhibition

Museum.
M. Nechoumoff, a Russian

artist of the Ozarist regime had

at the Barbados

with his family returned from
made another canvas of Madame that colony on Monday by
Simon when she lived in Paris. B.W.LA

The new painting was done at

her home 8t. Leonard’s House Returning the same day
























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essentiol qualities of the

RARBADOS ADVO(

THE WOMAN OF

MY WIFE, because

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ind wife at home with the burdens
of Britain’s ambassadress abroad
during her father’s illness.
Boxer Freddie Mills, Leslie Hore-
Belisha, novelist Gilbert Fran-
kau, and actor Robert Beptty
also chose Princess Elizabeth.

THE NEWS EDITOR
of the Daily Express
MRS, BRADDOCK. Because she
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of the author and broadcaster,

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ACADAM
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Is She Someone You Read About— \\ Ping he
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The Woman of the Year, the Se not always pick m the at an pa kage 8
headlines of 1951. a re
When the question was asked around Britain so oftdn there Mix aoaneuk of ®
came pat the repy put most briefly by— aa , Mer Shin Troubles wou
hich crashed at Philadelphia last | Cette
CAROL REED auary, who gave her life to save} ge 2: i SRE
. MY WIFE, because she has stuct of her passengers. m o-morro pening Friday 11th “TOWN
it dae anata, out OBERT BOOTHBY, M.P. 0 2 6 pm, asa ae
SIR ALAN HERBERT MOIRA SHEARER — because Biy New Action—Packed Spe A oe oe Pp
MY WIFE. Because all wive ‘s my cousin, and because she) BAD BOY” 145 & 8.30 p.m
are: ae a difficult a now and nar and such a lovely | NEW Lloyd Nolan—Audie Murphy & Humphrey BOGART as L
she does it so very well. neer, ro ” rr °
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Kirk Douglas, Lauren Bacall

Doris Day

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A GENERA} : where M. Nechoumoff and his Ragas Cromer, eth ny SYLVESTER GATES Phe oS 4.00 nan 7 ae & |
*ENERAL, meeting of the Oldt, wife are guests of Dr. and Mrs. sees , in Trinidai| Ditector of Westminster Bank the Week: 5.15 p.m. Sandy MacPherson =< |
f Boys of the Boys’ Founda-}* K. M. B. Simon. E. Holder who were in Trinidad| ~ sar genve: it the Theatre Organ; 5.30 sent Hawatian
tion School are hs wing a heme al. The exhibition continues until oe _the Trinidad Turf Club's : = Sn aera COLETTE ;, Read: ae P m. Film Review; 6.00
Meeting ut Foundation on Frid * next month. Christmas meeting. or being probably the greatest p.m. Souvenirs of Music; 6.45 p.m . 2 ¢
llth January, 19% 52 at 7 $0 Ss ms For Daughter's Wedding living novelist, and for being the Rigs Oa eee pi Fas path African Prints Darave F. Zanuck
One of the main items on the AJOR and Mrs. Denis Lena- only one of a committee of ten Over To You 7 n : and
agenda will be a discussion on the a i. lh hadn Kz leen| Who didn’t vote her as “France’s 7-45—10.30 S1.32M 48 43M |
draft rule *s for the formation of an Ba k to Tri idad was gentoo gy — een best writer of the century.” 815. p.m, Wedin Nawakech 00 . on . \ Josepx L. Mankiewicz
Old Boys’ Association. c inl Ghusch~ to: Mr. John ‘Grace. on LEONARD LORD Statement of Account: “43. p.m. Com Butcher Linens the “All About Eve”
s russ can ye oObtainer reswW 7 av a ~eten , - of »ss of Austin Motors ser 0 ne Week; 9.00 p.m, Assassin | sos
the aa ’ R, and MRS, LOUIS MILLAN Monday, left yesterday for Ja Boss of § ine: Hive: @80\ pam, intertude : . +,
Sade sg eT oe ae r ‘ Bad ek two children Steve Maica via Trinidad by B.W.LA. to MISS FRANKIE HOUSLEY, the Newh! 10.10 Pp ms arn the Editor Regan ant eoeee ee
Street, Cit : “Hugh! an, meee nd Judy who h id been holiday- attend the wedding of one of their | stewardess of the American plane 30 e p.m. Mid Week Talk; 10.30) . now bring you
‘ ch, ty q sarnes, § u vudy who né 4 : . ww daughters Taabe pm, Marching and We ‘g
Lawrence and L. H. Skeete “El|. ing in Barbados since early De- other daughters, Isabel. Boe. eo Photo Prints |
wood”, Oistin, cember returned to Trinidad over ‘ | }
At this meeting Officers of the the week end by B.W.1LA. Mi: |
gee wig > will R — a ~ ee eae of O edie Ou fl -up Bemberg Rayons |
cout a e 20th en ury Fox wil 1 headquar- "mY -
URING the two days of the In- — a een A nae HOLLYWOOD, 7 tion film scheduled to roll Janu- To-night
dustrial Exhibition, Scouts be- ead: ‘0 at “i comand itive eT Esther Williams is due Ne ‘pane ary 8. This is the first role for
gan 4 raffle of a bicycle in aid of “°8% ae ere ya today from Honolulu to report Duff since he left Universal iast at
Jamboree funds Returning to U.S Monday for start on the “One year. Coleen Gray has already and
he tickets were not sold out g suo Piece Thing Suit” co-starring signed for the feminine lead.
and sp the cycle has not yet heen tT my 7 NTR | Vie > and Walter Morris Ankrum has signed with
«a fle , ISS RUBY. C. BOURNE who! Victor Mature = anc I g t .
ag : C nissioner of Police ha has been spending her Christ- | Pidgeon and due to go before = “Man wit x G eg ks i 7 R . 6 pP- mm. Many Other
Ché Commissioner of Police has ) ; . . eknenl dap + Gint alavring Sil.
> had srmice ; as | lays th » ameras in two weeks, Man with a Gun starring an
the ema Re teohaie to continue ant ie c LC ous pyc’ ‘ "Ricardo Montatbin is also due dolph Scott and Patrice Wymore. i ; iS
Ticket ne ST aeallable ana @nder”, Worthing, left by the | by M.G.M, to start work on the Walter Wanger pleaded inno- 1 Beautiful Designs | Au Asout
can be purchased trom ‘membe rs Canadian Cruiser for Montserrat, | flying trapeze for his role with Pier cent by reason of insanity Mon- q L U B | Men, Matos
of thé Organisation. There is stil] Where she will spend a few days} Angeli in “Equilibrium,” one of day to charges that he tried to | r 4
opportunity for the public to help before going on to Antigua. From |a sequence, of three love stories murder actor's agent Jennings to select from Morats
send 4 Barbadian contingent to the ere ee vo fly to the U.S. wher > | produced by Sidney ere fn Lang because he thought Lang ME oO R « 1 4A N AND
Jamaica Jamboree next month she i employed in the Scientific Jean Simmons has called off was romancing with Wanger's | 4 Bibi 4 M
The raffle will take place during “4Vi Toh ; yeper cn snd OF je Fite | negotiations in her new contract wife Joan Bennett. Pp ° es rangin jORE!
rue hee Wade tn Reteusey Staff Ww yshington, De von (Navy | with Howard Hughes. 3 ae OF Television producers and broad- ric g 9 =
‘ . , |contract expires June 30. ei hee ee ay asd 7
Turfite Returns Flying Visit tha tatet of Gesebia's choverner a er |
N R, D. H. L, WARD, Barrister oe Hughes bought the —— Noten. Talmadge to boycott from
. : sSeretaeree IE rrive Trini act from J, Arthur Rank. oo oe aie sae (ane =
at-Law, returned to the island UE hovereive from Trinidad to Se canenba to four pictures television shows in which iN COCKTAILS — a hte” . “> “~ wer
yesterday morning by B.W.LA. day on a flying visit is Mr, t! far only ap- and negro performers appeare< : FOR THE CHILDREN
after attending the Christmas Race Ronald Goodsman, Chief En- | before June but oel me i sha together. Talmadge in a weesly : 1.30 P.M. TO-MORROW ONLY
ones in ‘Trinidad. While there sineer of ree i ae gee yen an | eagreoles: ane political newspaper on Saturday DINNER C 2 16 STAN LAUREL — OLIVER HARDY
he was the guest of Mr. H. O, B, Rediffusion in the I. On aj Lion. ingl out three Colum ; . ‘
Wooding. F routine visit he will be a guest Howard Duff has been signed Srdadtestine System shows as| . | as oe BULLE FIGH TERS ee
Mr -Ward also say his brother eat the Hotel Royal and is sched-| by Executive Producer Hal ¢ aoe offensive to southerners because DANCING er ya KIDS—Pit 5c.—House 10c.—Baleony 15c.—Adults 8e., 12¢., 18¢
Justice E. R. L. Ward during this uled to return to Trinidad to-| ter for the male lead in ‘Mode they disregarded southern segre- = " |
visit. morrow evening by B.W.1.A. Incorporated” a mutual Produc- ator Saves ' : | a
el e . :
FFE \} A spokesman for the network; Mfor the entertainment | | E M Pp | R E
€ Rossw ORD r taekee said the C.B.S. picks its perform- of Members and 1 i a 5 : c
ope | DANCING 'LASSES | D A N Cc E ers for talent rather than by race| j : | TO-DAY AND TO-MORROW— 4.30 and 8.30.
r ’ | ANGENG CLASSE or creed.” xp. | PASSENGERS from 9} THE MODERN | Paramount Double —
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1952



Ritual Murder Case

@ From Pace 1



pitting due to the attack of insects
in some areas and possible bruis-
ing

The tissue of the skin was subtle
armi soiled with normal looking
foetal matter. The portion of the
rectum found, and this was the
only portion of the intestine seen,

was very pale and empty. The sec-
tion behind the rectum revealed a
state of bloodlessness of the tissues
and he found no definite signs of
post mortem staining.

Identify By Mole

At this stage of his examination
Theresa Boyce was conducted into
the mortuary to view the remains.
She straightaway pointed out to
him, in the presence of the Coron-
er and Jury, a small mole on the
left thigh of the remains.

The cut section of the trunk
showed moderate infestation with
fly larvae, These were larger than
the larvae of the common house
fly. Taking into consideration the
degree of putrefaction, he is of the
opinion that the remains were
those of a child who had died two
days previously and from the state
of the development of the fly lar-
vae and -from the fact that the
mould on which the remains were
found was drying @nd that rain
had not been recorded in that area
on September 19 and 21 but on
September 20, he is of the opinion
that the remains which he exam-
ined could have been exposed in
the canefield on the night of Sep-
tember 19, the day on which this
child was missing.

Impossible To State Cause

With regard to the cause of
death, it was impossible for him
to state the cause of death owing
to the examination of the parts
found. His examination did not
disclose any form of crippling or
wasting or contraction of muscle
associated with paralysis.

Apart from such a possibility,
there was no disease which would
cause the child’s lower limb after
death, to develop the posture in
which the remains were found
and to hold that posture for two
days, therefore he concluded that
‘the child did not die a natural
death

Under the circumstances, he has
considered the likeliest causes of
death, namely, haemorrhage and
asphyxia, He could say definitely
that the child did not die from
haemorrhage for in that case the
toe nail would have been blanched

Although a certain amount of
congestion of the toe nail could
have resulted from the dependent
position which the feet occupied
when found, the peculiar lividity
which was later conspicious, was
nearly always found in the toe
nails of children who have died
violent deaths of asphyxia.

He was given the formal custody
of the remains and they are at
present at the District “E” Police
Station.

Sickle Could Have Done It

In answer to Mr. Field, Dr. Kir-
ton said: Rigor mortis developed
while the body was in a huddled
position and caused the posturing
of the legs. The position could be
obtained if the body was placed in
a sack. If the body had died
naturally and had been disrnem-
bered, some eight or nine hours
afterwards there would not have
been that extreme bloodlessness if
death Ha@= occurred suddenly as
the blood takes longer to coagu-
late and particularly in an individ-
ual who died from violence caused
the blood to remain fluid. If the
child was strangled about mid-day
the blood would remain fluid up to
eight or nine hours the following
night, The serrated edges of the
skin could have been done by an
agricultural sickle.

Cross Examined

Cross examined by Mr. Clarke,
Dr. Kirton said: I agree that there
are four principal forms of as-
phyxia, drowning, hanging, stra e
gulation and suffocation. It is
quite impossible for anybody to
state definitely that a person Wes
killed by asphyxia W ithout the
body showing oi beee of the
cause, I do not entirely agree
ft is necessary to have the whole
body to determine that death was
due to asphyxia The remains
showed marked signs of a death
of violence, | ag T was at
a disadvantage in
lungs for examination















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having the

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he child died
ave the whole body I
swear tl the child had

Owing to the
head, I could not
child v strangled.
I said that the mother identified
the child by a mole. I agree that
mole re common in human be-
ings. I agree that a single birth
mark—a mole—could be found on
the same spot of more than one
person

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not been
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A Search Party

Next witness, Superintendent
Simmonds, said that in conse-
quence of a report made by
Theresa Boyce he visited Cove
Tenantry on September 21 with a
search party look for the miss-
ing child.

At about 11.45 a.m. he went to
Rock Field. He entered a cane-
field owned by T. Campbell. There



he found what appeared to be a
child covered with trash and
earth. He saw the feet. He then
communicated with Dr. Kirton

who arrived sometime between
and 3 p.m. They removed the
trash and found the buttocks and
legs of a child. The remains were
removed to the mortuary.

Later in the day Theresa Boyce
came to the Station and made a
statement. She went to the mor-
tuary and showed the mole on the
thigh

Took Out Heart and Liver
On September 24 at about 12
(noen) he went to Cove Hole

after receiving a report. When he
reached there he found Inspector
Bourne and other Policemen
Springer showed him a spot where
he said one Greaves had taken the
child on the night of September 19
and taken out the liver and heart.
Springer said that eaves had
brought back the legs and buttocks
and took them in the directior
where they were found

Springer told him that while
Greaves was carrying out the
“techniques” he ‘was standing on









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TY-YEAR-OLD Iphons ‘
FORTY-YEA OL! “4 Al “so Macleod Smith of the Wind-
Beckles of Society Hill, St. John ‘ds’ nd R : oe ee
who was found guilty by an nic : rit ve af = “ =
aol ae the Court < rar ica ¢ ive later iis week,
Asst Joy Ot ine out ot erage they will be gratified to find thal Ladies Look!
year-old Winston Cumberbatch, o ane Sar ae veers os we
extreme penalty ve e e they v ave a real chance
paid the extreme penalty yester= at the conference to explain the
day morning at Glendairy Prison resent degree of tring ni y ‘
netae ie ‘ » - 2 st genc due
The execution took place “* to dollar shortage a wh “ H E
6.55 a.m. and an inquiry was held 4). wee ; tes der which I
after by Mr. G. B. Griffith, Acting est Indies suffer
Police Magistrate of District ke Provisions for Mr. Oliver Lyt-
at which a jury returned a ver- telton to speak on behalf of
ws of death by judicial ee colonial territories have already >
ae hes ae by Or "C. “C. been made, but on questions of Floral designs, Coloured
~_ I ed ) vital importance such as sterling
arke balances and subjects of special Borders, Polka Dots,
interest to individual territories, he :
the finaneial expert of each col- White Linen.
Hi ony concerned will almost cer-
arbour Log tainly be invited to put forward The famous Pyramid
1 i the views of his Government
n Carlisle Bay L and Chie brands
In this respect Finance Minis- "
Bob. Phyllis Mark Set Franci wv ae will be following the proce
Smith, Set Lucille 1. Smith, MV. dure adopted at a recent raw Prices 17 * i 4
% > de . .. : are. e § ‘ & eS
, ae sa Nosaling Ma. oMares jien- materials conference when cer- From (. 0
THIS is the house in Pie Corner, St. Lucy where 23-month-old Geoffrey Sch. Emeline, Sch. Burma D., Sch, Ada- tain’ colonial delegates — were
Boyce used to live before his death on September 19. na, M.V. Caribbee, Sch, Cyril E. Smith, invited to attend full meetings of
This picture was taken yesterday shortly after the jury had visited \.Y- 3. \Y Rowem. Son Mary E. Caro- ministers as equals —
the scene of the alleged crime—Salt Peter Hole, Cove, which is near " “ARRIVALS West Indies delegates _ will
to Pie Corner M.V. Canadian Cruiser, 3,935 tons netg make an early call at the West
— —-- $$$ > Capt. Clarke Gn aeons India Committee where rooms CAVE
i \ a ° MV. Canadian ( Pr, | tons net, NaVe been reserved for them and
e urne : axl rivers Capt, Clarke, for ; where they are expected to decide
< ne Ss nd al. Le Capt. La among themselves which subjects SHEPHERD
WwW rkers Get Ea erl ail ay FOr tree each shall devote himself to.
od. £ 7 Aw It is unlikely they will speak
Rie+? ‘ Seawell for the Bahamas whose represen- & Co. LTD.
ggage he Tourists drow at the eleventh hear.
, i drew at the eleventh hour. ,
here TAXI DRIVERS are looking ARRIVES ound” A Colonial Office spokesman 10 13 Broad Street
THE Baggage Warehouse steps Sore oe t dl sala & from Grenada said today that the Bahamas’
bustled yesterday with West In- sae hn as ragged ey ee Dennis Malo Neville Wilson, Jonas only representation would be
by the J.W. Rodgers on Sunday by the "Po rntitontonnes a Polen Elizabeth Liovd McConnie, the Colonies,
their relatives and friends, while _;. ny { th m have had. tt * Nurse Willian vis Burnett
boxes, trunks and parcels of SY reine eee ao = 7 svuape
1 ee i . * word TAXI painted on their E. George, G. St. Paul, R. St Paul
a me ore personal ef- windscreens and rear windows. QO. Kelsick, W. Julien, E. Lawrence, C
fects of the Jest Indians were ie) ani seey Edmund, V. Thorne, M. Campbell, R
being landed They are hoping to do very French, ©. Edwards, EB, Mudge, M
Th - good business today when the mudge. £. Holder, BE. Holder, T. Me
The J.W. Rodgers berthed tourists arrive by the Tourist Carthy, E. McCarthy, J. McCarthy, §
alongside the dry dock around 9 liner Caronia, as well as on those McCarthy, C. Proverbs, V. Marshall, 8





































the top of a hill watching for the a.m. when she began to discharge other occasions when other tour- Blanchette, A. Cato, K. Edwards, V
approach of anyone the baggage Row-boat ere . . Gale, FE Crossley A Crossley, $$
APPEOS — ‘ . fonda aggage. tow-boats were jst ships call here They com- Heath, G. Yvonnett, D, Yvonnett, F
Springer took them through taken to her side to receive the plain that outside of the tourist Yvennett, P. Gilmore B. Edwards
Cr ager s Gully. an ee baggage and were then rowed season trade is usually very slow M, Foster, R. La Wrenee, C. Forsyth
’ pasture, on to Cove Planta- back aedage ae a eae 7. '
Hine - Bese ee hill Ne st Awod back to the Baggage Warehouse and this is in a large measure DEPARTURES—By B.W.LA
tion vard and upah e sn ' steps where it was landed. due to the fact that out-of-season ON MONDAY
them a cave and said that that was visitors ate able to hire self- For Martinique
the place where Greaves had told Bedsteads, kitchen utensils and iriven car during their stay in Laure Lasuarique, Joan Degentile
him he had placed the heart and other furniture which the workers hho island r . iti “sorg: ee ae
liver, Springer searched a portion used in their homes while in ~ «phe rental of self-driven cars Simone Vivies .
of the cave. Panama comprised a large part of , a wiatthee 4 asin’ oie For Pactto Rico
Superintendent Simmonds said the baggage landed yesterday. |uciness,” one taxi driver” Said, Gee", iit seein Mune, Witten
salneots ram ans 4 ’ s ie a? said, rooks, Mors unte ar
that Greaves was told wont _ Some of the workers and their. «anq we would like to see some- oriths Winston Caddle, Bishop Mande
Springer had said about him ut families were kept at the Bag- thing done to curb this practice.” ville.
he denied seeing Springer on Sep- gage Warehouse for hours waiting #7e said that a very noticeable Aug sett
tember 19 and said that Springer first ntil thely bagme e saic hat a very MN a Agnes Merit Alec Grant, Ettie Jor
SE eae bith & better from) hl crea ee eee atte? 3 Tee denaer in this practice is the TSCh din, tristan’ Ted. Gankes. Dee
hac ue x on & brought up from the hold of the that. many of the visitors often Basil Hollender, Agatha Burnham, De
Pee anh shat i ieee J.W. Rodgers and then until the take some time before becoming end Moward, Arthur Stamers Ruth
ae dee at binton Sovinaee pe. Customs clerks had finished their familiar with local traffic regu — —
“y iH oe o meticulous search of the boxes |fati c as a res . it For Gr a
cause they were condentrating on | ; ‘ lations, and a ’ result commit a alee “s e ba ga
someone else Ra. tunis, many breaches of the law. Gar eehenday’ Erne Massiah, Gordon
At this stage the Court ad- Many of them gave a “sigt Lang, Te rence Hawkins, Ronald Warner
" 7 an) é é Sigh of ' > chos . “hos rete de
journed until 10.00 a.m. today. relief” when they saw their last ELECTRICITY CUTS Marit Grilermina Monche, Antena
The jury visited the scene of the piece of baggage brought up in From Page 1 DeMayo, Olimpia DeMayo
crime, at — ‘They mene that they earner will have to stand idle by wenry Tur oe Gabert i i, Merlot
did not have much longer to wait. }; achine Bradshaw, Ricardo Bradshaw, Ke
- Y ; ris machine. Bradsh a a
One of the problems of the Bar- Bradshaw Emma Huge Har t
SIX MONTHS One of He peobls e Bar- ‘He said the committee believed Ripiewhsive, Norma Applewhaite, Chatl
7 - r i aa peerage er vey oP that if domestic users understood Applewhaite, Jacqiweline Farrell, Ma
/ the difficulties of the situation jorie Kitteredge, Jocelyn Farinha, Wi
FOR LARCENY their family whom they left here . Z ; . y ails = fred Woodhouse, Guy Massel
: - there will be goodwill and a gen-
" in some cases over 40 years ag> ecrous response to this appeal.”
Mr. C. L. WALWYN, Police and with whom they have not Cc By 20 Pe Cc t :
Magistrate of District “A” yester- kept up correspondence ut By er Cent. MAIL NOTICE
day ordered 33-year-old agricul- Some of them faintly remember In uae. wine ane between
tural labourer Zephiniah Corbin that they had a sister or brothe= 1938—1939 and 1950—1 consum= agi. cor ‘Prinidad by the Sch, Burma
of Jackson, St. Michael to under- living at “X” Road but did not €rs_ incre sed by more than p, will be closed at the General Post
go six months’ imprisonment know where to find the road, 3,000,000 and now exceeded often under Lael
with hard labour when he found whether the relative was dead or 13,000,000 z root: MA at ma Registered in}
him guilty of the larceny of @ whether the relative had changed Electricity consumption more on the sh January, 1952
quantity of yams, the property Of his residence. than doubled from 2,320,000 to ‘seneebie
Mr. H. R. Farmer. The eee In spite of this, they seemed very 4,680,000 units, he said dette tor British Quiena by the Sch
we mmitted on December 12, happy that they had got back to Alderman Bowen asked domes- Francis W. Smith will be closed at the
1951. PY odd Bi Barbados and seemed more con- tic and small commercial consum- General Post Office as under s
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tation, St. Michael said that OM their baggage out of the Cus- per cent 3 al at Pans rdinary Mat at 2.4
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Wednesday, January 9, 1952

CENTRAL MILK

WHEN the Governor expressed regret
during his speech to the Legislature on
December 18th that the proposed scheme
for a Central Milk Depot and Creamery
had met with so many difficulties the price
of milk had not yet gone up. Since, Decem-
ber 24th, 1951, the price of milk in bottles
has risen from 12 cents per pint to 15
cents per pint and in cans from 103 cents
to 134 cents per pint.

This rise in prices followed the increase
of locally produced balanced animal feed
from $6.12 per 100 lbs. to $8.00 per 100 Ibs.
With milk at the new price it is estimated
that a profit of between one and a half
cents and two cents per pint can be made
by dairy owners. An incentive exists
today for dairies to expand and improve

There is therefore reason for optimism
that after tomorrow’s meeting which has
been called by the Director of Agriculture,
to consider the possibility of the Govern-
ment establishing out of public funds a
Central Depot...for..ceceiving, processing
and delivering milk, the Governor's wish
that the milk depot scheme “cannot be
allowed to die” will have been fulfilled.

Because nothing is more likely to breed
confidence among the milk producers in
the proposed scheme than the knowledge
that milk production offers financial re-
ward and will offer greater financial re-
wurd when it is organised more efficiently
than ow. Both Houses of the Legisla-
ture have already approved expenditure
by the Government of £30,000 as a con-
tribution towards the capital cost of a
Central Milk Depot and Creamery. This
expenditure was approved on the under-
standing that private dairies would pro-
vide the remaining £30,000 required to
implement. the scheme which was subse-
quently rejected by individual dairy
owners.

The Government may have decided to
use the £30,000 already voted by the Leg-
islature to start a less ambitious project
or they may be contemplating seeking leg-
islative sanction for ircreasing the ex-
penditure already approved. In either
case they can rely on the support of the
milk consumers in the community for the
initiative” they are taking in prevénting
the death of the Central Milk Depot
Scheme,

The ‘advantages to be derived from a
Central Milk Depot are so great that it is
difficult to imagine anyone who would
oppose its formation. And more advan-
tages will accrue to the dairy owner than
to the general public. The public will be
satisfied to have a source of clean pasteur-
ised milk. At present several reputable
dairies provide clean milk but it is not
pasteurised. Dairy owners will benefit
from the enhanced reputation that local
milk will earn when it is pasteurised.
But this is an advantage they will share
with the consumer. Their main advantage
is that to be derived from more conveni-
ent hours of work, avoidance of waste and
improved methods of distribution,

At present private dairies find it increas-
ingly difficult to find workers prepared to
begin milking in the wee hours of morn-
ing. The need for such early milk will
disappear when a Central Milk Depot
exists because there will be adequate re-
frigerated storage for milk pending its
pasteurisation and continuous delivery.
Centralised distribution of milk will inevi-
tably reduce the overheads now carried
by the private distributors, whose deliv-
ery areas now overlap with competing
dairies. The knowledge that no milk need
be wasted because of sudden cancellation
of orders will also encourage private
owners to support the Central Depot, The
price now paid for milk will not be affect-
ed by the existence of a central depot: it
is more likely that greater profit will
result to the milk producer as a result: of
more efficient handling and distribution of
milk.

The proposed Central Depot will un-
deniably benefit the big dairy owners but
not at the expense of the small. The scat-
tered small owners should benefit propor-
tionately more. Because whereas today
the owner of one or more cows cannot
hope to compete with the dairies of from
25 upwards to over 100 cows, the milk from
their cows can be sold to the milk depot,
be pasteurised and delivered along with
the big owners’ produce and not lose by
comparison.

Today scattered and small owners can-
not hope to compete against the large effi-
cient dairies. The public wants a Central
Milk Depot. The Government is wise to
spare no pains to meet the request. The
dairy owners have nothing to lose and
everything to gain by co-operation with
the wishes of the Government and of the
consumers.







Soviet



The :
Amer c
tot a total coercion

PRO-SOVIET and anti-Soviet
propagandist can both quote statis-
tics to prove the success or failure
of the Russian five-year plans.
Most data available are not objec-
tive. They come from the Sovie:
government. But by reading be-

tween the dines, American econo-
mic analysts are able to give us, at
least partly and relatively, a pic-
ture of what is going on.

Any such picture is tentative
rather than definitive, owing to
the controversial problems in-
volved. American methods of
measuring and correcting Soviet
statistics include constant cross-
references to detect inner incon-
sistencies and include the first-
hand reports of foreign techni-
cians, captured German data, and
Soviet deserters to the West.

Soviet Russia is now producing
more goods than ever before. This
s because of its tremendous in-
erease in industrial equipment
and in population. It is not
because of any increase in
the efficiency of man-hour pro
duction, in which the Soviet
not only is far behind the West
but is behind its own peak of
1937. In that peak year, just befor:
World War If, Soviet man-hour
production was 37 per cent higher
than 1928 in mining and manu-
facturing, 60 per cént higher in
transport 35 per cent. higher in
agriculture. This aoe effici-
ency wes apparently not exceeded
even by the great gains in output
announced in 1951,

Equally interesting is the fact
that in two particular industries,
foyestry and fishing, the man-hbour
production of 1937 was not above
1928 but 45 per cent. below. These
two industries depend largely on
forced convict labour, enormously
expanded between those two dates.
This shows that slave labour is
simply less productive than labour
which is even to a small extent
free, such as the regimented but
not totally enslaved workers of the
urban factories.

3.





* *
SINCE 1928, there hag been a
large increase in the Soviet popu-
lation and a still larger increase in
the Soviet armed forces. The 1928
population was an estimated 152
million, with 0.6 million in the
armed forces. The 1940 population
was 196 million by census; with
4.5 million armed. The 1946 popu-
lation reduced by warfare, was an
estimated 191 million, with an
estimated 10 million armed,
The 1950 population was an
estimated 201 million, with 4.5
million armed. This was the same
military figure as in that similar
period of watchful waiting: the
crisis year 1940,
*

* *

The Soviet brand of industrial-
ism differs economically from the
American brand in three ways:
ownership, planning, and coercion

In the Soviet, that abstraction
known as “the state” owns ail
industry. In theory “the state”

means the masses,
means that small minority who
compose the |Commainist Party,
and within that minority the dozen
oligarchs of the Politburo, and
ultimatély oné man, R

The opposite extreme’ to such
total government ownership would
ve the total and uncontrolled
private ownership known as lais-
ez-faire capitalism, To

In practice it

some
extent this existed and thrived
during the expanding ‘domestic

trade and free international trade







Our Readers

“Danger From Drivers”

To The Editor, The Advocate—

SIR,—Everyone must welcome
the publicity given in your re-
cent leading article to the meas-
ures necessary for reducing the
number of road accidents in the
Island, but I suspect that few of
those who have studied the sub-
ject will agree with the first of
the remedies you suggest, name-
ly that police action should be
intensified towards enforcing
speed limits, including the island-
wide limit of 30 m.p.h. On the
contrary I suggest that one of
the first steps in a “safety on
the roads” drive might well be
to abolish that hopelessly unen-
foreeable regulation and divert
police energies into more produc-
tive channels.

The case for a general speed
limit is (1) that in general seri-
ous accidents are likely to occur
when vehicles are being driven
fast, and (2) that Barbados roads
are too narrow and built up to
give scope for fast driving,

Taking first the second point,
the length of public motor roads
in the Island is about 750 miles
and I should be much surprised
if the length that could on the
most conservative interpretation
be described as “built up” were
to exceed 100 miles. On the re-
maining 650 miles any reasonable
driver will from time to time find
himself exceeding 30 m.p.h. and
it would be an absurd waste of
public time and money if the
police were to set traps or cruise
after “speeding” motorists. Speed
limits have their use if applied
selectively at appropriate places,
but a general speed limit is vex-
atious and useless,

On the first point, it is
that virtually no accident ever
occurs which would not have
been avoided if the vehicle or
vehicles involyed had been mov-
ing much more slowly. But that
has nothing «to do with speed
limits: it is a matter of good or
by the drivers. If

true

bad judgment
the authorities are to accept the
argument that accidents would be
reduced by enforcement of the
speed limits, the first thing they
must know is how many of pres-
ent accidents occur in circum-
stances where one of the vehicles
was exceeding the speed limit. I
suspect that out of the 1,072 acci-
dents quoted in your article bare-
ly the odd 72 would answer this
description, and that most even
of those few would not have been
avoided if the speed of the ve-
hicle had been just within. the
limit.

The fact is that before discuss-
ing remedies the authorities must
be provided with adequate 4gures
and particulars to show where and
how ecidents are 7eally

urring, Careful records over a
period are needed, and it is to be
hoped that the police are main-
taining them. For example spots

t)
the



BARBADOS

By PETER VIERECK

f Great Britain and the United
States during the mid-Victorian
era. Ideally preached by Adam



mith, this laissez-faire system
1ever existed, even in the nine

enth century, in central and
astern Europe, In the 1950's it
exists nowhere at all, not even

in the se-called capitalist societies

{ Great Britain and the United
States, This is owing to the growth
of large-scale industry and mono-
poly and owing to the contro!s
imposed by the various New
Deals, Fair Deals, and labour
gove.nments of the West, There-
tore, the true contrast is not be-
tween total Soviet ownership and
weste:n laissez-faire. T con-
trast is between the coercive total
ownership of the Soviet and the
tree.y debated, freely voted mixed-
economy of the West.

Our so-called capitalism, which
is outproducing its more rigid
Soviet rival, is actually neither
capitalism nor socialism. It is a
socialism, It is a flexible, ever-
.djusting economy of an underly-
ing capitalism tempered by
humanitarian social reforms and
by varying deg ee$ of indirect
rovernment control a $i planning
fiome industries, like the plpst
office, are owned by the govern-



ment throughout the capitalist
West. Very many industries,

especially small-scale production
end consumer goods, are totally
tree, Some (like jailroads) are
government-owned in some coun-
tries of the capitalist West,
privately-owned in others, and
partly controlled in still others,

Many ae partly or indirectly
government-controlled without
being owned. Many are govern-

ment-subsidized by tariffs or gov-
cernment-bled by high taxes, Some
ere in a state of private or public
mcnopoly; othe s are divided
emong fierce competitors. In so
complex and ares situa-
tion, political power alter-
tates between parties and tending
toward capitalist free enterprise
and parties tending toward greater
‘ocialization,

* *

SUPPOSE a housing plant is Per capita production of many key] * tate.

buying its metal from a_ steel
plant, In the Soviet economy both
plants have the same owner: the
Communist Party or the so-called
“state”, Therefore, the amount and
price of steel sold is determined
not by free bargaining and the
capitalist laws of supply and
demand but by a prior and com-
pulsory government plan. This

requires not only the over-all ution toward equality, which 1.) oon;

five-year plans but hundreds of
thousands of short-run separate
plans for each industry. This
necessitates the most enormous
bu. eaueracy in history, immeusur-
ably greater than even the swollen
bureaucracies of modern England
and America,

This Soviet bureaucracy is the
new ruling class, It cannot be re-
sisted from below by strikes or
by opposition parties, It pays
itself disproportionate salaries and
a larger percentage of worldly
goods than western capitalists
receive in oe The gap in
standard of living and in political
power belween a Soviet commissar
and his regimented labourers is
far greater than between an
American millionaire and _ his
self-organised trade-union working
men, The power of the com-
missar, who can have strikers
and free trade-unionists shot
down as traitors, ressembles not
the dream of the socialist idealist

but the extreme fulfillment of the here.”



Say...



whieh look very dangerous are
carely the site of accidents, Acci-
dents do tend to occur at particular
ppots, but usually at spots which
do not appear to be dangerous.
Accidents also tend to occur at a
particular time and on particular
days of the week at various
places.

From the personal observations
of an amateur I should guess that
if a collision occurs in Barbados,
as distinct from the running over
of a pedestris@i, the odds are that
it was due either (i) to bad park-
ing (i.e., a vehicle parked too far
into the road, or parked too near
a corner, or parked opposite an-
other car on a main road, or park-
ed at nightewithout lights), or (ii)
to bad signalling, especially when
a driver moves off from standstill
without gtving any indication, I
should guess also that an undue
number of accidents occur outside
rum-shops and other “places of
public resort” which abut onto
main road at an unsuitable site
and which should never in an age
of motor traffic be licensed to op-
erate at that site. That is a matter
for legislation, not for police
action.

Generally speaking, experience
has shown that nearly all accidents
are .oceasioned by ignorant driv-
ing or by faulty mechanism
(brakes) or by “jay-walking”. If
that is agreed, the main objects
of police supervision should be not
to fuss about outmoded speed
limits, but to keep. drivers and
vehicles under examination (not
Jugt routine examinations, but
also spot examinations on the
road) and to educate the public,
particularly through the schools.

Before concluding I feel it right
to .say that, considering the in-
herent dangers, particularly of
the main roads’ leading into
Bridgetown, the police may well
be congratulated. that serious
accidents are not more numerous,

Yours faithfully,
CENTIPEDE



“Back Home And Broke”

To the Editor, the Advocate,

SIR,—Two days ago 56 Barba-
dians who had been working in
Panama during the building of the
Canal returned to this island. They
were mere human wrecks, dying,
diseased and demented.

This means that they will add
to the numbers in the almshouses
ahd those who can move around
will have to be given Old Age Pen-
sions.

The incident raises one or two
important points which should be
settled now that we have organi-
sations like the Caribbean Com-
mission’ and Colonial Development
and Welfare whose officers have
rendered valuable assistance in
matters not strictly within the pur-
view of their work,

ADVOCATE



wildest dreams of an omnipotent

monopoly-capitalist.
Communist p contrasts
this system the alleged
chaos of an allegedly “unplanned
capitalism, Capitalism, even of the
ex.unct laissez-faire variety, equa!-
ly depends planning. But plan-
uing in the West, even in a partly
controlled on mixed economy, de-
pends upon the free choice and
partly free-en' of thousands
of individual rs. Though sac-
iificing some degree of security
‘to free initiative, this flexibic
system has so far outproduced th.
Soviet labourers, who have neithe

treedom nor even real security.
Capitalist planning—for exam-
ple, by an auto manufacturer—is
mainly determined by the consum-
er, although during a war crisis
the government will certainiy
step in to contro] excessive use 6
Vilal raw materials. Soviet pian-
ning is determined entirely by gov-
ernment needs, These are often in
complete variance with consume
needs and preferences, Consumers
in any country want shoes, clotn-
ing, housing, and food. The Sovie
sc vernment instead wants heavy
indusiry, machine:y, and arma-
rents—and plans accordingly, No
wonder even the poorest countries
of the consumer-minded West
nave a far higher standard of liv-
ing than the Soviet Union. For
example, Soviet, housing averages
one family per room, with the
floor space in each room divided
between its several sleeping occu-

pants.
* ~ %

THE coercive industrial plannir:

of the five-year plans began in’ ~*

1928. Significantly that year still]
emains the peak of individual
rospe:ity under the Soviet regime,
Never again has that peak been
equalled, What made it a peak
wus the preceding “New Economic
Policy”. This Nep interlude, to
which Soviet survivors still look
back with nostalgia, partly resem-
bled the western economy in giv-
ing more attention to consume:
demands, Since 1928, the Soviet
gain in industrial goods has been
enormous (although ever behind
American industrial gains), But

consumer goods went dewn afte
1928 to pay for these gains.

The National Bureau of Eco-
nomic Research reported on Ma
28, 1951 that in 1920 a mere
per cent. of the population ha
34 per cent, of America’s weait,
while by 1951 that rich 5 per cent
had only 18 per cent. of the]
wealth, This peaceful social revo-)

achieving more than any violen‘
anti-capitalist revolution, is in-
creasing annyally, In 1929, 1 per
cent, of the population had 19.1
per cent, of the wealth, By 195.
this dropped to 7.7 per cent., about
two-thirds of the way to financia:
equality, Or to take a longer view



Industrialism | BUY BRITISH ?—

ITS TOUGH

From NEWELL ROGERS
5 NEW YORK.

Britain’s “bold new drive” for more exports
to America faces a new danger to-night.

Some United States buyers are dissatis-
ied. In part their complaints are old. We
ast heard them nearly five years ago.

E. E. Proctor, head of a firm of buyers for
300 stores, says: “The British lack adaptabil-
ty. They refuse to study the needs of the
\merican market. For instance, they insist
on sending dinnerware in willow baskets
nstead of cardboard boxes. Baskets mean
xtra labour here and higher costs.”

A department store buying manager says:
Next year will be difficult for British goods.
*rices are too high.”

Fair or not the+prospect is considerable
smerican resistance to the British way of
\oing business.

GLOOM

NO MERRY CHRISTMAS for shops. In
ne gloomy New York department store,
ules are down 24 per cent. from a year ago.
teasons given: “There are no shortages—
xcept customers. No one is afraid of being
hort any more. Many people have to spend
x0 much money for food and housing to
nave much left for gifts.

CONTROL

GENERAL MacARTHUR wants tighter
civilian control over the armed services. He
fear America may be turned into a military
The general, you remember, was re-
called by President Truman from his com-
mand in Japan on the ground that he was
howing too much disregard of control from
/ashington.

HUNTERS

SCORE in New Jersey’s deer-hunting sea-
3,799 deer and eight hunters dead of gun-
hot wounds; three hunters dead of heart at-

tack while hunting.

DOGS

EVERY DOG HAS HIS DAY.—No. 1:



between 1850 and 1950, the stana-| Nach,day Harold Trowbridge hires a taxi to
go to his cigar shop in Montclair, New Jersey.
and price-rises) rose 350 per cen. | \Vith him goes Mat, a 13-year-old shepherd

ard of living in real wages (mak-
ing due allowance for inflation,

for the American worker. And this
for just about half as many hours
of work per week!

In contrast, in Soviet Russi
class lines are steadily tightening
An ever greater share of the na-
tional income and power is goin2
to that tiny, neo-‘eudal oligarch,
(only 6 per cent of the population )
known as the Communist Party
Hence, the naively wise reply it
the old, simple Soviet peasant
whea asked if his village contain-
ed many Communists: “Good
heavens, no; we are all poor down

As far back as 1928 or 1930 it
was announced that West Indians
who had been working in Panama
would be given United States citi-
zenship. That announcement came
ut a time when it was announcec
that there were 50,000 West In-
dians in Panama and they would
soon be returned to their homes.
‘This granting of citizenship was
the answer to what was regarded
as an unnecessary hardship, Fur-
ther it was announced that the
children born to West Indian pa-
rents would be entitled to Ameri-
can citizenship. A few children
who were then in Barbados and
who had been so born are now in
the United States as a result.

It must be admitted that the fin-
ancial condition of these people
must be put down to their own
careless way of life. But they had
served the Panama Government
during the best years of their lives
and now they are “Back home and

Broke,”
I recollect that the

late Sir
Harold Austin raised the matter
publicly and that some reference
was made to the Colonial Office
but the result no one seems_ to
know. It might be that with La-

bour Governments all over the
West Indies it would be profitable
to raise the issues at meetings of
the Caribbean Commission and the
Barbados Government might ask
Sir George Seel to use his good
offices and ask the Panama Gov-
ernment for a pronouncement and
the Colonial Office might think it
worth while to intervene also.

At least these people have a
strong moral claim on the Panama
Government for shelter. and pro-
tection during the rest of their
lives because they had served that
country faithfully and well.

I write this because a few
months ago it was announced in
Panama that there was some sug-
gestion of lengthening the Canal
It sounded good to Barbadians
who are always willing to travel
where there is work to be done.
But if those who are likely to emi-
grate now if the Canal is to be
lengthened think of the treatment
meted out to those who have now
returne@ and some who returned
recently only to die, there is little
likelihood of anyone wanting to
go to Panama.

This is a matter which should be
handled at a higher level than that
offered by the soap box.

BARBADIAN.



Poppy Raffle Books

SIR,—Would you through the
medium of your papers allow mc
to ask those people who ave
Poppy Raffle Books to return them
without further delay to the heads
of their parishes.

It is impossible to have the raffle
drawn until all the books are
returned.

S. E. ARTHUR,
Yorkshire,
Christ Church,

EE RIE Rte ES oe a A NS

out of office.
dishonest tax collectors.

Attorney’s office.
an appeal.
sioner, and drove out officers who took bribes
from gamblers. |
! Now Murphy has moved on to the national
stage.

log who is going blind.
Mat is being retired.
dlace him.”
Aat was his “seeing eye’

’

dog.

Says Trowbridge :
I couldn’t bear to re-
Mr. Trowbridge is blind, too.

No, 2: King, a white spaniel, had his in
-ourt. His master, Robert Vrozza, sued Frea
ost for £700 for shooting King. In a 3,000-

vord opinion, Judge C. C. McDonald award-
-d Vrozza £175. His ruling: Dogs may noi

Je killed for such simple offences as tipping

{ustbins and walking on fresh cement.

ESCAPE

AT THE SAME TIME that one airline:
crashed in Elizabeth, New Jersey, killing 56,
another made an emergency landing in ¢
yasture near Amarillo, Texas, with exactly
che same number of passengers. The pilot’s
nstrument board showed fire in the plane.
“he Texas plane missed some cows and stop-
ved 50 feet from a railway track along which
a goods train was speeding. Nobody was
aurt. No fire was found. 2

THEFT
WHILE Roy Albin attended a lecture at
Jallas, Texas, on how to prevent car thefts,
lis car was stolen outside,

LISTENERS
TALKING OF THEFT, eight crooks kept
the radio of their stolen car tuned in to the
oolice broadcasts and held six people prison-
xs for four hours in Chicago to-day while
they methodically broke open a safe and
ascaped with £2,850 in cash.

ICE
COLLEGE STADIUMS for football teams

are called bowls—like Rose Bowl, Sugar

Bowl, Cotton Bowl. Most of them are in the

South where the sun shines warmly all win-

ter. Now icy Alaska has an Ice Bowl. Uni-
versity of Alaska will play an Air Force
team on December 31 if the weather is not
colder than 53 degrees of frost. Another
rule: There must be four inches of snow or
the field to protect the players from the iron-
hard frozen earth.

PROSECUTOR

PRESIDENT TRUMAN’S answer to cor-
ruption in his Administration is a 6ft. 4 ins.
man with a bowler hat and handlebar mous-
tache—Thomas F. Murphy.

The President is giving one of the most
famous prosecutors in America all-our pow-
ers to drive bribestakers or favour-givers
Murphy’s chief target will be
Six of 64 collectors
of internal revenue already have been sack-

ed or have resigned.

For eight years he headed the criminal
prosecution section in the New York District
He never lost a case, or
Then he became Police Commis-

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WEDNESDAY,

JANUARY

9, 1952



House Congratulate Leader

@ From Page 1

Hon. Senior memt for

er



> to say a word or two in
congratulating him on the honour
conferred on him. Since 1934, the
hon. senior member for St Joseph
was a member of that House. If
he was not mistaken he had en-

tered by the ‘junior route’ and a
short while after he became, and
consistently remained, senior

member for St. Joseph, and as they
all knew, had dedicated his entire
life to politics and had reaped the
reward which he did not antici-
pate, but which none would deny
ne had merited ,

Practically deserting the im-
pecunious field of the law, the hon-
curable and learned member for

St. J ph had concentrated on the
interesting and variating field of
politics which took him to so many

places and enabled him to make
sO many contacts and to give him
that broad outlook, and even fur-
ther widen that outlook, so that
when he returned to this colony,
the public life of the,island would
be enriched by his presence

“It was perhaps unfortunate on
a day like this”, said Mr. Brancker,
“when a speech of this sort has to
be made that we do not have any-
one to make it such as a former
enior member for St. George, the
ate Mr. C. L. Elder, who could do
t better than most people in the
Caribbean

Not that he was saying that the
present hon. senior member for St.
George was incapable. He thought
that it was the second case in the
Caribbean in which high honour
had been bestowed on a native
West Indian who had been a mem-
ber of a Legislative Assembly, and
he was sure that the honourable
and learned senior member for St.
Joseph must feel happy at being
the recipient of the honour award-
ed him,—Companion of the Most
Distinguished Order of St. Michael
and St. George—just as he was
sure that he (Mr, Adams) and the
rest of them all welcomed the hon-
our which some years ago fell on










servant of this colony who hal
given many years of service both
in the legis.ature and the legal
services of this colony, he had
said that when people situated
ke the two honcurable members
or Si. Lucy, tne honou.soie mem-
ber tor § James, and the hon-
curable senior member for St.

George and himself had reaches
a Stage in life when they had tk
make a decisicn as to whether they
would have a wool sack in the
future, or the hard and arduous
task cf the front bench of a par-
uamenta:y Assembly.

Circumstances compelled them
to back one course or another,
and he felt sure that when a maa
chose the political course rather
than the legal, any honour whicn
came to him, came not in ap-
preciation of his pe:sona] services,
but because he was a member of
an organisation, and a member of
a parliament that had done of
had tried to do some good for its
country. He said that without any
mock modesty.

He knew becatse he had been
told those things and he had seen
them at first hand, and he knew
the somewhat unique position that
Earbadcs held amongst the Cariv-

bean colonies in the eyes of the
Colonial Office.
No Offence
He hoped that friends in the

other West Indian colonies would
not feel offended if he made that
Statement, as it was a fact that
the island’s 300 years of repre-
sentative institution had created
in Barbadians a sense of respon-
sibility and a desire objectively to
appreach the political problems,
which was lacking and inevitabl;
lacking in communities which had
not the qgpportunity of threé cen-
turies of unbroken representation.

Unique

Mr. Adams said, “Any honour
bestowed on me by the British
Government or by any interna-
tional organisation at any time,
is due to the fact that in the po-







BARBADOS ADVOCATE

CROP STARTS





SPRING HALL FACTORY started work yesterday.

ti.> 1952 crop.

The factory cane hoist is seen loading peasant





House Pass $70,000

For Fishermen

The House of Assembly passed a resolution yesterday for
$70,000 in order to give assistance to fishermen who either
suffered complete loss or damage to their fishing boats when
high seas pounded the west coast of the island on December

9

and 3.
The addendum said that on De-

that West Indian statesman, Hon. litical field Barbados is absolutely cember 2 and 3, 1951, high seas

T. A. Marryshow, when His Maj-
esty the King conferred on him the
C.B.E.
Happy Augury

It was of course only the begin-
ning of the Session, and so far
there were no arguments and bit-
ter debates, and perhaps it was a
happy augury to th. session when
members on all sides met on a
common plane to express appre-
ciation of the Imperial Honour
which had been bestowed cri the
present senior member of one of
the oldest Assemblies in the Brit-
ish Colonial Empire



Congratulations

Mr 3rancker said: “In con-
zratulating the honourable and
learned senior member for St.
JC oh, having already done it



personally, I take this opportunity
to do so publicly, and I hope that
he would realise that all of us
around this table feel that some
of the lustre from that is shining
and surrounding ourselves around
this horse-shoe table.”

He believed that his friends on
his left were at least as enthusi-
astic and grateful, and as happy of
the honour conferred on_ his
friend on his right.

“T congratulated the hon. mem-
ber for St. Joseph,” Mr, Brancker
said, “and trust that he will live
for many years, not only to enjoy
this, but to arrive at some further
Imperial Honour. and that we
would be as willing to share it
with him around the table of this
House, as we would around some
other table. if the opportunity
were offered.”

Opposition Bouquet
Mr. F. C. Goddard said that he
would like to add his congratula-
tions to the senior member for St.
Josevh who well deserved the hon-
our bestowed on him. He had done
great work for Barbados and for
the Caribbean area
He said that a glance at any of
the lists of the membership to
which Mr. Adams belongs in the
Caribbean area. would readily
show the amount of work he had
to do and responsibility which he
had to carry, not only for Barba-
dos, but for the West Indies

W.1. Honour
honour which was be-
$ red on the hon, senior mem-~
oeige St. Joseph should be
shared, not only by Barbados, but
by the West Indies for the ser-
vices wihich he had rendered to
the Caribbean, The hon. member
had received many congratula-
tions, not only from all classes
in Barbados, but from _outside,
and he, Mr. Goddard, wished to
add his on behalf of the party
He wanted it to be known that
really meant all that he had
because the honour was de-
serving for the hard work which
the honourable member had put
in. He had sacrificed much of his
private life for public life, and
many of them who entered public
life realised the responsibilities,
and had to take that step. f

H did know that the responsi-
bilities now Barbados were
creater, and he wished him pros-
pe ity and good luck.

Mr. Adams Replies 4
Replying, Mr. Adams said that

The

he
said,

he wanted to thank the Memorable
senior member fr St Lucy an

the honourable junior member for
Christ Church for what they had
said. Only that morning, In ac~
knowledging a letter

from an old





unique am=ng the non-self-gov-
errirg territories in its unbroken
parliamentary tradition. I do say
that democracy has reached a
higher stage in Barbados than in
ény other British Coloniaj terri-
tory to-day.”

He said that similarly, if any-
thing had happened on the eco-
roric side it was due to the fact
that there was similar recognition
in the outside world that Barba-
dos showed a greater sense of re-
sponsibility in economic matters
as they showed in political mat-
te s, than was shown in the other
col nies, He had hesitated to say
that because human nature being
what it was, peop'e would feel
“what boastiul peop'e Barbadians
are! *

While he was grateful to the
two honourable members for what
they had said, he wanted to make
use of it, this occasion even if
he seemed fatherly or pedagogic
as an indication to fellow Bar-
bhadians to see that they have a
supreme choice of showing the
rest of the world that Barbadians
know how to work together and
fight, and when the fight is over,
to band themselves and work for
the good of the community.”



An Appeal

“I believe every word that the
honourable member for Christ
Church has \said when he con-
sratulated me,” said Mr. Adams;
“and using that as a beginning
row that this legislative session is
under way, I appeal to members
to see that any honour that comes
to one Barbadian, comes to us all,
and any defection because of
jealousy is no reflection on the
holder of the honour but a re-
flection on Barbadians generally.
I want to thank the two hon-
ourable members for their kind
words and the House for the
manner in which they have ac-
cepted it..’”’

Bicycle, Cash
Shirt, Lost

INCLUDED in a number of
losses which were reported to the
Police within the last few days,
was a Humber bicycle valued
$50. The bicycle is the property
of Clarence Cumberbatch of Sil-
vans Village, St. Joseph, and was
taken from the house of Albertha
Clarke of the same_ address,
between 6 p.m. on Sunday and 6
a.m, on Monday.

HELEN CHANDLER of Worth-
ings, Christ Church, reported
the loss of $50 from her basket
while she was at Barclays Bank,
City, about 11.35 am. on Mon-
day.







CLARICE HUNTE of Taylor's
Gap, Hindsbury Road St.
Michael, reported the loss of a

quantity of clothing valued $26.56.
The clothes were in her enclosed
yard when they were stolen
between 6.30 p.m. on Sunday and
6.30 a.m, on Monday.



THE other report was made by
Alfred Drakes of Fields Gap,
Bank Hall. He reported that his
house was broken and_ entered
between 10.20 p.m. on Saturday
and 3.20 a.m. on Sunday and a
shirt valued $4 was stolen.

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be

damaged fishing boats, 40 of
which were beyond repair. With
Government assistance, it was pro-
posed to replace the boats which
were destroyed and to repair the
others

Assistance would be given to the
persons whose boats were destroy-
ed or damaged on the basis of a 50
ver cent interest free loan and a
50 per cent free grant. The cost
of building the 40 new boats was
estimated at approximately $60,000
and that of repairing the 43 dam-
aged boats at approximately
$10,000

Mr. Adams (L) said that he did
not think it was necessary for him
to speak at great length on_ the
particular resolution because Hon.
Members were familiar with the
tories svrrounding the disaster
and knew he help that was given
the fisherinen. He was inviting
any member +») make criticisms if
they had any \o make

The Goveri.or had communicat-
ed with the Secretary of State to
the effect that it would be necess-
ary for more dollars .o be spent to
get more canvas rather than wait



for six months to get it from
England,
He felt that Hon. Members

would have agreed that the Gav-
trnment acted as promptly as
could have been expected, Subject
to the arrival in the island from
other West Indian islands of boat
builders to assist in the rebuild-
ing of the boats, the boats would
be put back in the sea before
June, he said,

Mr, Adams said that the Gov-
ernment intended putting the boats
back in the sea even if it meant
that they had to go outside for
material. He wanted to thank the
Government of Jamaica who sent
them sail cloth.

Disadvantage
Crawford (C) said that he
was wondering whether the de-
cision to give a 50 per cent inter.-
est free loan and a 50 per cent free
grant might not have worked dis-
advantageously with some people
who suffered any loss.

Suppose, he said, a_ fisherman
who had a boat valued $300 lost it
that day boat which had not
been worked for years, That fish-
erinan would get, according to the
proposal, half of the value free
and the other half as a grant. In
the case of a fisherman who had
lost a new fishing boat from which
he had not got service at all, he
would also be getting half of the
value free and the other half as a
grant.

“So the fisherman who had his
boat into the sea for a long num-
ber of years will be in a far bet-
ter position than the man who had
just put his boat into the sea,” he
said.

Mr. Crawford said that it would
be better for the Government to
have some survey made of the
va.ue of the losses and make the
awards on a proportionate basis
He did not think that it could be
satisfactory with all the boat
owners if the scheme was imple-
mented,

Mr.





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Commendable
Mr, Talma (L) said that the
Government's attitude in respect

to that important issue was com-
mendable.

He did not agree with the Hon.
Senier Member for St, Philip that
a survey should be made because
he felt that a survey would cause
delay in the matter which was of





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extreme urgency Then, he said,
the fishermen would suffer and the
community as a whole

He hoped, however, that the
Government would take a keener
interest in fishermen and that the
fishing industry would be regard-
ed in Barbadog as a minor indus-
try of more importance



Mr, Talma said that the Gov-
nt sheuld build a new type
ef fishing boat—a bo t that ca oO

to sea for three or four days with-
out endangering the lives of the
fishermen. He regarded the fish-
ing boats today as traps

He felt that the Government
should embark on an insurance
scheme with the new boats It
was only timely that the new boats
should be insured by the Govern-
ment. “Not only the new boats,”
he said, “but all boats should be
covered by insurance.”

Insurance

Mr. E, D. Mottley (E) said that
that was one occasion at the begin-
ning of the session that the Gov-
ernment must be commended for
helping the fishermen in the disas-
ter. He felt the scheme was quite
fair but he was also in favour of
an insurance scheme

He did not agree that Govern-
ment should run an_ insurance
scheme. This year, the fishermen
would have to pay 60 or 70 dollars
to insure their boats and what the
Government could do would be to
find some means of assisting therm
in insuring their boats

Mr. E. D. Mottley said that Gov-
ernment saw it fit to subsidise
salted fish to $300,000 and he wa
of the opinion that it would be
more profitable for Government to
pay at least one half of the insur

ance premiums of local fishing
boats He wanted, however, to
commend the Government for

their speedy action in Mie matter
Different Types

Mr. Allder (1) said that whether
they assisted fishermen to get
back their boats or build new
boats, with the type of boat that
was now being used by fisherme
there was still going to be dozens,
of lives and boats lost, He felt
that the opportunity should be}

Select Conamittee |
On Federation

THE House of Assembly yester- |
day appointed a Select Committe
to consider a reply to a Message
from the Governor with referenc
to an address which was pass
by the House on November 5, 195
on the subject of British West In
dian Federation.



The members of the Committe
are:— {
Hig Honour the Speaker, M
G. H. Adams, Mr. F. L. Walcott
Mr. J. E. T. Brancker, Mr, E. K
Walcott, Mr. C. E. Talma, Mr. 1]
Williams, Mr. V. B. Vaughan, M
A. E. S. Lewis and Mr. R. G, Met

TO REPORT ON |
RULES OF HOUSE |

The House of Assembly
at their meeting yesterday
appointed the following member
to consider and report on the
Rules of the House

Mr. Speaker, Mr | ee
Brancker, Mr. F. C. Goddard
Mr, C, E. Talma, Mr. R. G. Map}
Mr. E. K. Walcott, Mr. W. A
Crawford, Mr. E. W. Barrow, Mr
A. E. S. Lewis and Mr. G, H
Adams.

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taken at this time to introduce
ifferent types cf fishing boats
which would be safe, than the
p.esent ones The new type of
boat that he was suggesting could
be got on a co-ope ative-owner-

ship sysiem

The new type of boat should be
cne that can stand rough weather
He head of fishing banks lyinty

tween Brit sh Guiana and Bar-
ados which were abounding with
fish and the boats should be
ufficiently seaworthy to go to the

banks, They should be equipped
with refrigeration.
Mr, Lewis (L.) said that from

the time he heard the fishing boat
question of Barbados discussed,
he had heard that the present
type of boat is the one that fisher-
men say is most suitable for their
urpose, If they were going to
ulid a new boat, he said, they
would have to build it with the
approval of the Ashermen

He however felt that some diffi-
culty was going to face the Gov-
ernment through the Fisheries De-
partment collecting money for the
rreasury as the scheme pur-
ported—and their collecting money
for ve Revolving Fund. He felt
that the part of the money that
‘ jing to be paid back should

o ty) the revolving fund
Mr, Goddard () joined the
cebate to point out that there

hould be a new type of boat for

the safety of fishermen. He said
that in the old days, the boats
did not nave decks because of the

ethod they then used in fish-
ing. But with the use of the Gill
net to-day, fishermen would not
be inconvenienced by having a

boat with a deck which would be

more secure, The resolution was
then passed,

The House also passed a Reso-
lution for $10,000 to enable three
boat owners to acquire” engines
for their boats. The debate on
this Resolution will appear to-

morrow




WITH



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,

“stce Pass $500
“o Bring Technical
Adviser Here
A R

solution

fo $500 was

passed by the Ho uss of Assembi
ast nignt to the purpose of
«.Uu g the expenses of bringing

Barbados an officer from British

Guiana to advise on technical and



vecational euucation,

fhe officer is the Principal of
the new Technical Institute in
b.itish Guiana who was in Bar-
cados las. November, and with
whom the Committee appointed
to p epa e a modified scheme for
Voca.ional and Tecanical Train-
ing, discussed their proposals,

Moving the passing of the Reso-
ucion in Committee, Mr, G. H
Adams () s that the sum was
being v.ted usder a new heac

nd explained that the sum would
ustu tor bringing to Barbado
he othcer from British Guiana |
ady ise the commiuice and thered
ihe government in the prepain
won of a moaitied scheme

That efficer’s advice, Mr. Adam:
ad, was as good as any whic.
ould be cbtained in the West In
i@s on the particular subject. |
was unfortunate that he had t
eave Barbadcs betore he coul
ive the benefit of the advice whic!
they had hoped to get from hin
end it was hopved tnat he wou!
be released by the British Guian

ve

Government tong enough to giv
the committee the benefit of hi
ervice for the time that the:
would want him
Urgent Matter
He would say for the benefit
of those members who did not

ollow closely the trend of things
elore they became members of
the House, that the original com-
nit Rad put up a scheme cost-
ing $300,000 to purchase land and
» building for vocational training
whether it were at Combermere
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TELEPHONE 2508. NOTICE REAL ESTAT The public are hereby warned against) Next Term at the Alexandra School, St. |
ee oe Z PARISH OF ST. PETER aed . Ee se giving cree AIR 3 MARRIE| Peter, will reopen Mondey, 2st January |ROYAL NETHERLANDS
DIED 2 : ; nt, HEREBY, GIVE NOTS ICE, that more| ALLEYNE VILLE—Hastings on the sea | hold myself responsible for het or anyone} "2" 41, communteations enquiries, r¢| co
ps FOR SALE | sn, tn oreong Having, oem nominated | cide Sent to Reval Wem tet Mepmmuen | else conuesting any Geet O° Sor ‘aceea| this twos! Sor eats may be edereness. ‘0 STEAMSHIP CO. FRENCH LINE
Al On the Sth January, 1952 oh. Polar 68. the eamuing yous, Wat. o| please contact Wee 49 Btn Waterdac lhe bc. s by a written order signed) ine Headmistress, Miss Hilda Kellman, | | SAILING FROM EUROPE ie

Francis Pollard H funeral will poll will be taken on January 14th 196 4 1.82—6n COLLINS WORRELL B.A.. B.Paed, (Toronto) at the School is AGAMEMNON 17th January 1} ‘s ’
ge | RE RRR Lg 2) 4 SEIS, Ae OO, TMRODONE BRANCKER. ss “Coruca aon onary, 9s |} Cie Gle transatlantique
Grove” Eagle Ha i a.m. to-day | MOTIV H. M. HINDS, | COCOA ESTATE—Healthy Cocoa Estate St. Michael Honorary Secretary and Treasurer, MS. STENTOR—idth February, 1952
for the St. Michael's Cathedral. Friends | Pg > : wt. Mienee Alexandra School SAILING TO PLYMOUTH AND ) :

or the Bt. | 's Cat 1 Sheriff, Parish of St. Peter. jon the North Coast of Tobago, B.W.1 area en exandra Schoo SAIL Fea solliien:: 6 hicathiamad

H. Harcourt Carter, Douglas H.| CAR—One (1) Austin A-40 in excellent | —4n. | 200 acres, near sea, with Building. Ap IDN): | ee nnn fe | MS. ORANIESTAD— 20th January 1052 " e oe
Carter, Wm. H. Carter, Mrs. Ida] condition. Phone 2382 or 4334. oe Cc. E. Wildman, Mizpah, Tobago, B-W.t THE PUBLIC is hereby warned that I SAILING TO PARAMARIBO AND and France
Murphy, The Misses Carter 6.1.52—4n | NOTICE 6) ee ee ee oe ee NOTICE : | BRITISH GUIANA — Via —
9.1 52—1 P SH Oo T. caine tanpeeteianeneninen aa aaa —————_| fomcny debt or debts contrac! n my | 5 7
9.1521": | “TOURING CAR—14 Chevrolet =| Lee NOTICE to all petsons| RILBROOK-—-A dwelling house Built} name ‘yithout a written order signed] HEAD ‘TEACHERS of Blementary| \ 5 OO at aa seek, Martinique and Guadeloupe
TAITT: Ov Januar 1952. Arthut|ing Car M-1323 in excelient condition. | qualified to vote at the Election of Mem~- pertly of stone and partly of wood com- | by me Schools are asked to note that the Con-| ’\tiNG TO TRINIDAD, PARAMARIBO COLOMBIE,” 21st Janu-

Tait is funeral Jeaves his daugh-}4 New Tyres, New Battery. Dial 2250,| bers of the Vestry for the Parish of St eee oes verandah, drawing and WILLIAM WORRELL, ference at the Wesley Hall Boys’ Schoo! | AND BRITISH GUIANA ary, 1952.

ter’s residence Lower Westbury Rd.,| 3007. E. H. Davis 8 1.82--3n.| Peter that % have appointed the Parish |“n!ng rooms. two bedrooms, litenen, Gittens, Hoad, | to which they have. been weg Ay, | 8. BONAIRE—l4th January, 1952. “COLOMBIE,” 2nd March,

at 4.20 p.m. today for the Westbury | Room, Spelghtstown as the place where | p0/¢), “1% ,2e0n. slang . Govt. Hill. [commence at 1! a.m, on tt ‘| $$. COTTICA—1ith February, 1952. 1952

Cemete: Friends and relative CAR—I Ford Prefect. Bargain. Owner | all #ueh persons may meet on Monday.| Gren, Church, the. end st Top Haen, 8.1.88—2n J i6th instant, and not 1 p.m. as stated In SAILING TO TRINIDAD AND “ . “ .

« asked to attend caving island this week. Phone 2741 or | January ith 1952, between the hours rene urch, the property of the late | their cireular URACAO COLOMBIE,” 13th April,
“" H. A. Garth, deceased | DAN CURA pm,
Mrs. Leslie, Meta Taitt, Clara & | 5069 9.1.52—8n | of 8 a.m, and 4 p.m. to elect ten Members ‘The cite A be The public are heretey warned aj inst | A G@ JOR * M.S. STENTOR—28th Februany, 1952 1952.
Winnie (daughters), Denzil and pratense es |to serve the Parish of St. Peter in the Seog ots will set up for sale by|¢iving credit to my wife, TE | Prvident, | Ss. P. MUSSON, SON & CO. fos
Field Mayer Sons) CAR—One Austin (A-40 Devon) sound | Vestry.for the ensuing year. public competition at our office, James | WILLIAMS (nee Sophie Alleyne), a8 } do! rlementary School Teechers Association | Agents
Cie nN dition. Going for $1900.00 or just G. S, CORBIN, Street, on Friday the 11th January 1952,] vot bold myself responsible for her or : 9.1. 5210. | ses0566G6UGSGUSSSTSS DOO South-Bound and Cruise.
: ce | vider: Phone 4512, Garage opposite Fire Parochial Treasurer a aes - Vor inspection. Spe) On TAG | aaeene. coy contracting any debt oF | 4 Calling at: Trinidad, La
trigade ‘ole 9.1.52—3 . any a) ween the hours of] debts in my name unless by a written tue :
eo Brigade, Coleridge Street Pom - sae be. _ 3.8 ~ 6 a.m. and 4pm. For further particulars pa signed by me . | Guaira, Curacao, Carta-
THANKS io? Hudson Sedan 14,000 miles, Excel- nee : ——= and conditions of sale apply: Signed ALLIE WILLIAMS, % gena, Jamaica.
Lien re ~— | icnt condition and just right for Tourist | NOTICE HUTCHINSON & BANFIELD. fipreeper, Vauxhall, ch. Ch, | “COLOMBIE,” 10th January.

The St. John ¢ t thanks for | Tyyas 2 cAne ar ST. JAMES §.1.52-—5n Fermer Shopkeeper, Fr Road. H 1952 :
vour kind mpathy i bereave — oval g z chea suld Sreey, Eve. arenes Wiet: be 13 pene 1. 8.1. 2 : sf
pour Kin i | Chrosier Royal going cheap could | yy0*heey ‘nominated sae and proper | SHARES & BONDS The undersiancd = ‘ “COLOMBIE,” 20th Feby.
C. B. St. John, “Hazlewood” Barbarce Gerage Ltd Telephone 4504, | PETsons to serve in the Vestry for the will offer for sale at their office No. 17, “Te pie are hereby warned against B.W.I. SCHOONER 1952

| Barbade 9.1.52--in ae ‘ ‘4, =| Parish of St. James for the year 1952,| High Str Bridgetown, on Friday, the} one Pie ss 5 Se ame : *
ee 9.1.52—6n | sd as only 10 persons are required by |J!th January, at 2 p.m, the following iving cert Oe ee eee bole meal , OWNERS ASSOC, INC, ——— 2nd April,
. ; . “w, I will hold a poll at the Vestry | Shares and Bonds: nsibla r or anyone else con- :
inten an vive Room, St. Jamon, next Mond the ith | £100-—2ia"|— Barbados Government} iting any debt or debts in int name SAS Tele. 4007, Accepting Passengers —
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cnts each, Penlight Batteries 12 cents G. ¥. TAYLOR, B'dos Fire Ins Blackman's Tenantry May mean kidney trouble § ;
cach. Fresh Stock, G. W. Hutchinson Sheriff 220 W.I. Rum Refinery. a Jonah. | R. M. JONES & Co.
% Co. Ltd., Broad Street. Dial 4222 8.1,52—4n Rights in issue of new shares in The A function of the isto §
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nie st ete enciciins weaning — Limited
P be are ae ee ¢G.| BELL AND HOWELL PROJECTOR, out panne ce COTTLE, CATFORD & CO TAKE NOT ICE the system. If the kidneys grow ‘ {
ACES per month. “Anew order, for sale. This will shortly be Or ST. JOSEPH 9.1,52—3n these impurities accum-
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6.1.52—4n ¢ the Br lat Council Offices by appoints Candidates have been nominated as fit wage Pay ore. | :
———_ : me —— 9.1.52 ‘gn. | 2d proper persons to represent the @ cause of pain in joints and |

BUNGALOW - One Furnished Bungalow | '™ 52—2n | Vestry for the Parish of St. Joseph for AUCTION muscles, The way to tackle the } | ec
at Coral Sands, W ing, t approv “ioe canned an. Mk ..| the yeer 1952 and as only ten are re | ———————————_— — trouble is to help the kidneys. |
tenant. For particulars appiy on prem FLUORESCENT FITTINGS: | Just, ti, | quired by law T will hold a Poll at the! UNDER THE SILVER ‘heatd be toned up wes || | :
at NO. 6°to Alms Lashley. | stagle ‘and twin 40 watt, 4ft. and twin 40 ae eos ever ihe Sepenmry next HAMMER De Witt's Piils—the medicine \

$2—t.f.n, | ner | : , aunt Monday, the 14t jay anuary, 1952, ae ——- _
prnete A r cy ved rig diverges |. * | between the hours of 8 am. and 4 p.m.| ON THURSDAY 10th by order of Mrs, made specially for this purpose. i :
;, DULCEDOMUM. — Annex 5.1.526n S. H, DURANT, JP., Ulric Gooding we will sell “at Wassons™ De Witt's Pills have a soothing, | | | OUTWARD FROM THE UNITED KINGDOM
Tel. 4799. C. D. Evelyn i entiiaeelheenstainseientlititesliaditacamcesties ena St. Philip, her Furniture which includes: cleansing and antiseptic action on
—$—$ — * ° : 2—4n Pedestal Sideboard, Revol i i |
ar P ee a , § ard, olving Book- the kidneys that brings them
eae, Spee ath. Balmoral Gap FURNITURE case, Oval Tip-Top Table, Victrola G.E.C, back to perform their natural | | 4 Due
astings, living room, 2 bedrooms, Al! - —— —— NOTICE Radio, Carved Chinese Chessmen and tied } This well | Vessel From Leaves Barbados
modesn conveniences. Froin the 1s FURNITURE—For Mahogany, Cedar Mahog. Chess Table; Old Plaques and pene BeOL er , st gf
Tebruary. Phone 2774 nd h Furniture, visit Palph Beard’s | 1S HEREBY GIVEN that it is the inten-| Pictures, Antique Bronze Ornaments tried medicine is sold all over S.S. “BIOFRAPHER” Newport &
8.1.52—3n. | Lov Street, specially design Mag. | tion of the Vestries of the Parishes of} Ajuminum Invalid Coueh; Glass Ware the world and we have many 7 = ee
-—-——~ =| ottail ‘Tables that can take apart for| Saint George, Saint Philip, Christ | pinner Service, Fiee. Iron, Photographic letters from sufferers telling Glasgow 30th Dec. 12th Jan.
1SE—In 10th A f : th Cc 52 . Baint 1 Sundrt . : . ‘® | |S.S. “CROFTER”

HOUSE 10th A y transport in stock 9 1.52—In. | Church, Saint John, Saint Joseph, Saint] sundries; Eng. Ook Mird. Press and lief od, aft De E .- London 5th Jan. 16th Jan.
nished. Low ven ow ef Thomas and Saint James of this island | [)-cosing Table; M.T. Washstand, Cham- of relief gained, after years |} SS “DEBRETT” :: Liverpool 6th Jan. 18th Jan
wub-let rather than close tor two month MECHANICAL te cause to be introduced into the Leg-| ber Ware; Single und Double Tall Post of suffering, by taking De | |s's’ “TRIBESMAN” M/brough & : ;
Phone 5069 or P.O. Box 219, islature of this Island a Bill authorising | x: hog. Bedsteads, Chest of Drawers: Witt’s Pills. Try them a 7 &

9.1.52—3n | ——— — ~ —— | the said Vestries to increase the salary | wa Preses he am , ; f trouble. G London 10th Jan. 30th Jan.
| BIC YCLE—One gents 3-Speed Green | of the Clerk of the Board of Guardians | st i casas ak eee ‘nnn Coal jor your i we a senna inn apenas +r cI ga cali
. a Stove, er a err - —

POOMS- Large f shed cool rooms Raleigh Biavele, in excellent ~eoeieae of cosh of ao sue parishes to 8 sum | gale 11.30 o'clock. Terms cash That A. BOAKE, ROBERTS & COM- your om SS | HOMEWARD FOR THE UNITED KINGDOM
running water it r without Phone 6111, exe nm per annum; the said PANY LIMITED, a British Company, |
in Woodside Garde 10 minutes walk | ——— ~ authority to have effect from the 25th whose trade or business address is 100 torlay. ] Vessel For
fo Yacht Club or City. Dial 3356. BICYCLE—Gents Raleigh Sports Bicycle March, 1951. BRANKER, TROTMAN & CO. Carpenters Road, Stratford, Landen, Eng- : | pan oy Rl

8 1.52—t.f.n. | good condition, reasonable offer accepted Dated this 7th day of January, 1952. Auctioneers land, has applied for the registration of a ss. “LI ” ;
s : ad ah Noreppo, Sth Avenue, Belleville. CARRINGTON "eo oon 5S. NARIA : .. Liverpool 5th Jan.

—--= : = 9.1.52—2n & SEALY, 6,1.52—2n.] trade mark in Part “A" of Register in \S.S. “PLANTER”
eens Cl soa St. 1 oa ra Lg ger respect of flavouring essences for articies ae E -- London 9th Jan.
sup wun 4 »y to Myr ny te tl a on ah 8.1 52—3n of food, and coleurings for articles of Me ee a
. ~o' ‘ontabelle 4 52—2) PIANO-—One (1) Piano in good condi- ;

Palm Cot” Fontabel 91 1 nn on ian eae — TAKE NOTICE Cod. she. sate seolparin m becoming in use! OUR For further Information apply to... .

OT T ne) 1 we » food) ;

WINSLOW —- Cattiewash, Bathsheba depen ctaang tains “4 flavouring essences for beverages, fruit GUARANTEE
Last two weeks in January and th TYPEWRITER — One Portable Rem- PARISH OF CHRIST CHURCH ABRAC extracts, flavouri eisenees aledhalic: ; . iil
months of March, May, June, Jyly,| ington Typewriter, good condition. Apply NOTICE TO DAIRY sich ones ta : ninth ci, tae Chabaneie dal: tae <:| De Witt’s Pills are _ aa DA COSTA & CO., LTD.—Agents
November, December. Apply to Mrs | Holder Bros., Swan Street 9.1,5a—t.f.n KEEPERS, Etc. PANY 1 aa, aaa Oa COM-|the manufacture of perfumeny and soap,’ manufactured under strictly hygienic
W. T. Gooding, Strong Hope, St. Thomas ‘| Registration and Re-Registration of al!| nose trade or business siiiveee ie 1nd paraldehyde, thymol, menthol, acetic) conditions and the ingredients con-

aS PATE betes, comeres i the pio. Carpenters Bond, Stratford, Loncemy Prgabeca a0 Sicohol substitutes, all being Shem 6 sight standards of purity.
a ~ 2 uetion of Milk for sale, and persons pro- | |» ‘ Hed fo yp a chemical substances prepare ‘or use; .
nhc RENT, 08 LEASE MISCELLANEOUS queing Surplus Milk’ for sale; under eg in Bart “ACC OF Magietec taf, easicine | and pharmacy and willt SAGUENAY TERMINALS
= ma aa - si mtienissanme lati aliens jairies Regulations, 1948, made wr the " > ey “ pe entitie: o register e same after ‘
Fully furnished including | Fr ANT QUES — Of avery description | General Board of Health under Dairies = rn hs ae ceeas Sees used in lone month from the 9th day of January, u So a
Telephone, Rediffu Good se 4 fi Sil Act 1941 (1941-17); will tak 1 DAILY manufactures, photography, or philoso-] j9<9 unless some person shall in oF ——— W-- _ ose
Avatiable Ist March, Phone Giess, China, old Jewels, fine Silver ; @ place phieal research, and anti-corrosives; sub- $
allable arch at the Sanitary Inspectors’ Office, Oistin the meantime give notice in duplicate io

























Watercolours. Early books, Maps, Auto-

graphs ete., at Gorringes Antique Shop

sdjoining Royal Yacht Club
3.10.51—t.f.n

VISE OOOO OOS FOS





















5 % “ANTIQUES--For Antiques call in at
@ | Ralph Beard’s Lower Bay Street just
A MODERN BATH ROOM % 2 minutes walk trom the Janding stage
9.1.53 n
o
$ isa Ce te aE erie: & | “BORDERED SPUN SILK—Crease Re-
ye 8 + at ting heavy quality in thirty-three
LAIN GEYSER a warm or & | \ovely designs, Just pay a visit at
hot bdth is obtainable ie a | Kirpalani 52, Swan Street 9.1.52—1n,
matter of minutes MORN- ¢ |
. CANE CARTS—5-6 ton Heavy duty,
ING, NOON, or NIGHT . . % with pneurnatic tyres and over-run
# | brakes. Courtesy Garage. Dial 4616,
«..+++ See them y 8,1.52—fin
i ee ee aliens
@ |) CANE CART — Five Ton Capacity
At Your Gas Showroom, and ¥ | cauipped with brakes built locally from

bvok one to-day from our lorry chassis, spare wheels and tyres to

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next shipment. % | same. Dial 3485. 6.1.52—8n

¥ 565066050000 90G0OO 099M DOOR MATS—Fibre Door Mats in
several sizes and designs. Unbeatable

4 DOCSOSGSIOPVIOSSSIION | Prices. G W. Hutchinson & Co, Ltd.,
Hroad Street, Dial 4222, 9.1,52-—3n

—$_$_$_$_$_
ENCRY DENTURE FIXATIVE, to
make the wearing of false truth a com-

fort, 1/0 per tin, Knights Ltd.
9.1.62—3n

T0-DAY'S NEWS FLASH

LS
BROWN’S NAUTICAL ALMANAC
1952

UTOR — Massey-
Dial . 4616.
8.1.52—6n

PERTILIZER DISTRIB
Harris, Courtesy Garage.





STAPLE MACHINE that will bind
Papers ‘in. thick.

12 Gauge Double Barrelled Shot
Gun with automatic ejector.
Proof Marked for standard and
heavy loads, complete with case
and cleaning equipment. B. 58.

ALL AT

JOHNSON'S STATIONERY
& HARDWARE

GRASS RAKES—12 wide, Heavy



construction, Courtesy Garage. Dial
el





ITEMS—Primus, Stoves, Lanterns,
Chimneys, Filter Funnels, Spirit Cans,
epare parts always in stock. Chandler's
Hardware and Bicyele Accessories, Reed


























nad Tudor Streets. Phone 4024
PS SOCC COO IO POO j 9.1.52—2n.
: sj)| MANURE- Large cart load Garden
j Manure delivered 8/- load, Dial 3187
A. Proverbs, Flint Hall, 8.1,52~—2n
en

MANURE SPREADERS—Massey-Harris,
Kea! for applying Megasse,
mud or pen manure, Dial
Garage. 8.1,52—6n

FOR SALE

——

Heaw duty.
Filter-press
16. Courtesy
BUNGALOW

Partly Stone and Lath and
Plaster, comprising 3 Bedrooms,
Dining and Living Room, Verandah
Kitchen, Toilet and Bath, Garage
Situate at Rocklev, about 150
yards from the sea.

CHURCHILL
Stone Bungalow, comprising 3
Bedrooms, Dining and Livine
Room, Verandah, Kitchen, Toilet
and Bath, Garage. Situate at
Maxwells, Christ Church.

PROMOL MOTH RINGS with D.D.T ,
Knights Ltd 9.1, 52—8n,

SCALES—500 Ib, Platform Scales, }'1st
n time for crop sexgon, The General
Agency Co., B'dos I td. 3.1,52- 6n.

TORNADO—International K.41. Beautt-
ful condition, exeglient equipment, good
racing record, Cost $700.00 now
No offers. Hicks, Telephone 3189.
18.11. 51—t.f.n







SUNCREST TANKS—Galv. Tanks 200 gallon. The
: General Agency Co., B'dos Ltd., 14 High
Modern Bungalow on approx- eet 8. 1,.52—tn.

imately 16,000 square feet of land,
overlooking Golf Course with view

, call



TOYS—For the famous Mobo Toy





















down to. the sea: comprising 3 io at Ralph Beard’s Lower Bay Street.
Bedrooms, Drawing and Dining ‘These Toys are packed, and can be easily
Room, Kitchen, Spacious Games transported 9.1,52—1n
Room tnderncath, alsa Garage ——_$_$$—$_$—$$ TT
Servants’ Room with Bath and VICKS COUGH SYRUP—Medicates as
Tollet. t penetrates into areas ordinary Cough
medies di t reach. 2 sizés, Knights

BUNGALOW — es do no ac i ei _

Rockley New Road: on approx-
imately 19,000, square feet of iand,
Magnificent view including Golf
Course, 3 Redrooms, Drawing and
Dining Room, Kitchen





ASTHMA MUCUS
















Downstairs Garage Servants 8 . i
Room with Path a Totlet, and D j d F y
enough room for Laundry or 1530 ve . inst vay
Workshop Kathe ena ee bie b a
aia em, sin your ¢ in
BUNGALOW th and Weaken your heart




















Comprising 3 Redrooms, 2 with ites MENDACO— the
adjoiring Toilet and Bath, and a of 7 famous doctor=
flso @ separate Toilet and Bath, i/ ing the veeant : Pre cr ohiet aug tha
Dining and Living Toom, large strangling mucus Is dissolv
Vermoah on West and medium \ giving frea, easy breathing
size patio t East, Kitchen, ful No dopes, no §
2 Servarts Ro ith Toilet and Just take pleas
Bath, Gari Situste at Graem INDACO tablets at
Mall Terrace, and standing on ntirely free from a
approximately 22,000 square feet of 1 hitis In pext to no time, even
‘and t you may have suffered for
y MENDACO ts so suecessful
guaranteed to give you free,
BUILDING «thing In 24 fours, and to
Warehouse and Buildings situate y stop your Asthma tn § days
at Marhill Street, Bridgetown, back on return of empty
adjoining China Doll Restaurant, Borne Get, MENDACO trom your
Standing on approximately 10,000 Chemist. The guarantee protects you.
square feet of land with a frontage
ef approximatey 120 feet on



Marhill Street.
This building is very suitable for
Cividing and renting into small

PLLLLPEESEPPSSSSS

stores or large Textile Factory, or ROYAL, BARBADOS
any Factory YACHT CLUB
NOTICE

LAND

Approximately 18,000 square feet
of land with one large and one
tmall stonewall buildings thereon,
situate at Roebuck Street, just
above Crumpton Street and oppo
site to James A. Tudor & Co., This
land runs through to Gill's Road
with an approximate frontage of
70 feet, and is suitable for ware
houses.

A COCKTAIL DANCE

In Honour of
the visit of Vice Admiral
SIR WILLIAM ANDREWS,
K.B.E., C.B., D.S.O.,
Commander-in-Chief of
America and West Indies
Station
a and the
Captain and Officers of
H.M.S. “SHEFFIELD”
will be held on
SATURDAY 12th January.
1952
Dancing from 7.00 p.m.
to 10.00 p.m.
T. BRUCE LEWIS,
Secretary.
6.1.52—3n.

) SSSI SDF ED aE

———$—————



REALTORS Limited

REAL ESTATE AGENTS
AUCTIONEERS
VALUERS
RUILDING CONTRACTORS
151/152 Roebuck Street,
Bridgetown.
6.1.52—2n

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Christ Church; from WEDIWESDAY, Ja.
uary 2nd 1952, between the hours of 9.00
a.m., and 3.00 p.m. except on Saturdays;

o'clock noon.

when Registration, etc., will take place
between the hours of 9.00 a.m. and 12.00

By order of Commissioners of Health,
Patish of Christ Church.
(Sad) CHAS, S. MacKENZIF,
Chairman
25.12.51—6n





NOTICE
PARISH OF ST. GEORGE
At an election of the Vestry for the
Patish of St. George held on January 7th
1982, eleven (11) persons were nominated
to serve as a Vestry for thp year 1952
Sitice then Mr. George F. Hutson one
of the candidates has not.Pes me of his
intention to withdraw his name, | hereby
de@lare the 10 following members duly
elected to serve as a Vestry for the said
Parish of St. George for the year 1952.
Hon. G, D. L, Pile

. H. Goring
. ©. Goring

L. L, Seahy

. A. Wilkinson

E. King

. A. Yearwood

M. Shiltone
Dolo Jordan
Seifert Douglas

K. MASON,
Sheriff.
9 1,52—2n

NOTICE

My Drug Store will be closed from
January 13th to January 3ist inclusive,
except on Saturdays when T hope to be
there to answer any call that I am able
to.

J. B, CLARKE.
9.1,52—3n



NOTICE
PARISH OF CHRIST CHURCH
} HEREBY declare that the . under-




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tanees used as food or as ingredients in
ood; flavouring essences for beverages,
ult extracts, essential oils, and will be
entitled to register the same after one
month from the 9th day of Januany,
952, unless some person shail in the
1¢ give notice in duplicate to me
office of opposition of each regis-





my

tion. The trade mark can be seen on
application at my office
Dated this 3ist day of lNecember, 1961

H. WILLSAMS
Registrar of Trade Marks
9.1. 52—3n

TAKE NOTICE
FORTRIS



That RECKITT & COLMAN LIMITED,
whose trade or business address is King-
ston Works, Dansom Lane, Hull, England,
Manufacturers, has plied for the regis-
tration of a trade merk in Part “A” of
Register in respect of pharmaceutical anc





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medicinal preparations, and will be en-
titled to register the same after one
month from the 9th day of January.
952, unless some person shall in the





meantime give notice in duplicate to me
at my office of opposition of such regis



to me at my office of opposition of such



nd

innnnwenan for Kidney and Bladder Troublet

office }

ot December, 1951
H. WILLIAMS

Registrar of Trade Marks. ;

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9.1.52 vet
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registration,
nm application at my
Dated this 3ist day



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LEELA TEPOOOID 6

NOTICE



TAKE NOTICE

This serves to inform the public
that L haye not seen nor heard
of the whereabouts of my wife

LEE MELO













CANADIAN SERVICE
From Halifax, N.S., and Montreal,
ee Expected Arrival
Halifax St. John vee
s.8, ‘POLYRIVER” 3 Jan 31 Dec. 19 January Fe
M.V. “BENNY” 28 Jan 25 Jan ‘ebruary
$8. “A VESSEL” n Feb. is ted. 6 March’
UNITED KINGDOM SERVICE
ic FROM SWANSEA, LIVERPOOL AND GLASGOW
“Nive mn | (y) ee Expected Arrival
Swansea Liverpool Glasgow Dates Bridgetown
s.s, “N.O, ROGENAES" 19 Jan. 25 Jan. 30 Jan. mee

15 February



UNITED KINGDOM AND CONTINENTAL SERVICE







WILZIE SKEETE (nee Marshall)
formerly of 18 West 112 Street, 4
N.Y.C, for the past twelve (12) 9
years, and it is my intention to x
remarry in the near future x
That PETROLEUM MARKETING COM- Near a crib ge
PANY (West Indies) LIMITED, 2 Com- Ashton Hall, St. Peter. ¥
pany organised under the laws of Great ga ‘52- Sn. %
Britain, whose trade or business address , ; *

PSS SPSOP EEE ES
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io 22 Great St. Helen's, London, EC, 3,

6.6966 66660066605 OOO6"
PALEY . ‘ |
England, M‘rchants, has applied for the hy Sear coe ere







registration of a trade mark in Part “A” | 566664 5%
4 dyedister in respect of gases in liquid, % adidiaid OOOO POS OOOO TK,
sol or gaseous form, and will be en-]| @&
titled to register the same after one % BAR DE x
month from the 9th day of January, & BADOS ACA MY s
1952, unless some person shall in the] x
meantime give notice in duplicate to me | 4 (Est. 1935) x
at Fy ones pf apposition of such. regis. % Constitution Road. x
p a 7
application at my offic’ Do tee t REGISTERED AND %
Dated this 31st day of December, 1951. x APPROVED s
H. WILLSAMS
Registrar of Trade Marks. st %,
9 1.52-3n,/% 2 ext Term begins Tuesday, $
15th January, 1952, at 9.30 %
— a.m. %
s W. D. RUDDER, 3
TAKE NOTICE ({% Principal. ¥
x 9.1.52—2n. *
%
PROGAS © 6595996959599 GSO9SSSOHOS



éntioned persons have been dul elected | tration The trade mark can be seen on

er serve ‘ae members of the Vestyy of | application at my office : POSS GS9O GOI O99 OOPIOON
Christ Church for the year 1952. Dated this 3ist day of December, 1951 That PETROLEUM MARKETING COM- | 4s X
1 Gidney Cuthbert Ashby ’ Hh. WILLIAMS PANY (West Indies) LIMITED, a Com- | 5 i x
2. Morrell Ewart Pussell Bourne Registrar of Trade Marks | puny organised under the laws of Great | sS NOTICE %
3. Charles Beresford Brandford 9.1.52—3n | Britain, wHose trade or business address x %
4. Victor Wallace Austin Chase Z 22 a St siglon rene ¥ Cc. 3.1% %
§, Charles Manning Drayton nd, “rehants, has applied for the | », .
6. Hugh Foderingham Garnes LIQUOR LICENSE NOTICE registration of a trade mark in Part “A” x %
7. Archibald Graham Gittens The application of Lillith Phillips and] of Register in respect of gases in liquid, | %& s
8. Fred Carlton Goddard Herbert Phillips of Thorpes a aan solld or gaseous form, and will be en-| \ DUE to the death of MR. ¥
9. Courteley TA St, George for permission to sell Spirits.}] titled to register the same after one y
10, Charles *straghan MacKenzie Malt Liquors, &e«., at a board and|month from the 9th day of January, x POLLARD - CARTER, late ¢&
11. Umberto Joseph Parravicino Hhingled shop with galvanized roof] 1952, unless tome person shall in the & Hardware merchant of High x
12. Thomas Noel Peirce ituated at Thorpes Cottage, St. George | meantime give notice in duplicate to me | $ ol x
13. Edna Evelyn Talma Dated this. 7th day of January, 1952.] ut my office of opposition of such regis- St., Carter & Co’s Hardware ¥

14. George Christopher Ward To C. W JDDER, Esq., tration. “ trade mark can be seen on + x
15 Harry St. George Ward Police Magistrate, Dist. “RB.” application at my office. x Store will be closed to-day, x
16. Joseph Evan Webster. LILLITH PHILLIPS, Dated this 3ist day of December, 1951.) 3% JANUARY 9. x
Signed GORDON BARNETT, HERBERT PHILLIPS, H. WILLRAMS % &
Sheriff Applicants Registrar of Trade Marks x *
Sealine N.B —This application will be con- 9.1.52—30 } ¥5GGGGG56 OSS S9S9SOOS OSES *



WANTED

















dered at a Licensing Court to be held

Police Court, District “B", on Monday









he 2ist day of January, 1932, at 11
Vvelock, a.m
c. W. RUDDER,
Police Magistrate, Dist. “B.”
HELP 9.1.52—1n
BUTLER—Willing to do housewor PATO TS y
Telephone 0123 Mrs. Ross Palmer, Mo LIQUOR LICENSE NOTICE |
mas, St. James. 8.1.52— The plication of Tom Jones & So
————__—_— —_—__-—___-—_ — er of Cheapside, St. Michael !
EXPERIENCED LADY STENO-TY PIS! » sell Spirits, Ma Liquor |
Apply: Alleyne Arthur & Co. Ltd., Offic ‘ at botte floor of a wall and wooden |
High Street. 5.1.52—t f.1 iiiding in Cheapside, City |
——___—_. ~ — -—— day oi January 1952. |
OFFICE CLERK-—During Crop, offic: 1FFITH, Esa.
clerk, previous experience an adyantag” Magistrate, Dist.“ .
Apply; Manager, Lower Estate Factor Signed TOM JONES, |
9.1,52—7: Applicant
3 This application will be con-

LIQUOR LICENSE NOTIC!

The application of McDonald Arehe



Shopkeeper of Mapp Hill, St Mich
fer permission to sell Spirits, Ms
Liquors, &c., at bottom floor of a 2-stor«
wall building at Mapp Hill, St. Michar!
Dated this 7th day of January, 1952



To F. A. McLEOD, Esq,

Police Magistrate, Dist. “A.”

Signed FTHEL WOOD,
for Applicant

N.B —This application will be co’
sidered at a Licensing Court to be held
at Police Court, District “A” on Frida
the 18th day of January, 1952, at
o'clock, a.m,

i

E. A. McLEOD.
Police Magistrate, Dist.









9.1.52-
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ART CLASSES
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VLADIMIR x
NACHOUMOFF R
of Paris, who is now %
exhibiting his work at s
1% the Museum, is willing g
|% to give instruction to a §
iS limited number of &§
|% pupils in drawing and %
'% painting in oils and %
| watercolours at his 9
|S studio, , }
1) s
8 St. Leonard’s House, X&
Ie St. Leonard’s Avenue. x
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3 Telephone 3085, %
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1% 4.1.52—7. 3%
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at a Licensing Court to be held

at Po Court, District “A” on Frida’,
t 18th day of January, 1952, at 1)
o'clock, a.m
G. B. GRIFFITH
Ag. Police Magistrate, Dist. “A.”
9.1.52--11





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GREETINGS.

WE take this opportunity to wish

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our Friends, Patrons and ail
BARBADOS ai happy 1952.
RAYMOND JORDAN, Laundry,

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Bay St., Opp. Combermere Street.
29.12.51—t.f.n





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EXHIBITION
OF PAINTINGS |



AND POTTERY

by

AILEEN HAMILTON,

$

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“PARAGON”
CHRIST CHURCH, BARBADOS.
For Particulars

Apply to:
REALTORS LIMITED,
151 & 152 Roebuck St.
Inspection by Appointment only.

Phone 4900

N.B. :
9.1.52,—2n.
SOOO

JUST TO REMIND YOU!
2

It is our intention during this Year to continue to
give you the Best Service and supply you with

ist CLASS QUALITY GROCERY ITEMS

It will be to your advantage to visit our Store
before going elsewhere.

A HEARTY WELCOME AWAITS YOU AT
e

|| JOHN D. TAYLOR & SONS Lid.







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Expected Arrival
Antwerp Rotterdam London Dates Bridgetown,
ih SUNROVER 15 Jan 18 Jan 25 Jan 10 weirsars
Agents: PLANTATIONS LIMITED — Phone 4703





ROBERT THOM LIMITED

PLANTATIONS BUILDING, LOWER BROAD STREET
Passenger Sales Agents for:
Trans-Canada Airlines, B.O.A.C. and B.W.1.A.
ALCOA STEAMSHIP COMPANY
Telephone No.

4166



ELWEIL
We have’ them in stock

CENTRAL EMPORIUM
Corner Broad & Tudor Streets



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Property & Land
FOR SALE



A

JOHN M. BLADON €& Co.

AF.S., F.V.A.
Auctioneers & Building Surveyors
Plantations Building.

———

Reo! Estate Agents,
"Phone 4640






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dian Cruiser | Standard anxious to improve ¢
By HAROLD DALE 2 ee , The horses were consigned to) their chances for furthey cont "
SYDNEY, Jan. 2 e FES the H a Gal M.L.C.,| These swimmers wilj pay
Simpson Guillen had six = 1 J. D oa hs ches | ae own | pevialls reduced
2 i Tae ; r last vir. B, Ey m e ens’s—which will only be
ictims in the West Indies ell, Mr. M. E. R. Bourne, Mr. R. E,} about £12—and will 3 t a f
country match against Tas Gill, Mr. K. D. Edwards, Mr. youth swimming club in Jut- )
mania, catching three and R. H. Mayers and Mr, C. A. land, Denmark. ; ,
stumping three. Topscorers ~ | Top — One of Lindwall's Peirce. ; The invitation comes fron, the | : ,
San F ’ x super fastest-efforts designed The Canadian Cruiser loaded; Loke Swimming Clut c = §
were Cowley 51 ana Morri; ind ee . , sagen as 7 1g ib of Copen- {
: hon : to break the victorious here about 800 puncheons of in nhagen, Organiser is Captain B. Carved Ivory
by 39 in Tasmania's total oi Gomez-Christian) stand lasses for Cangdian ports. She| W. Cummins, a prominent Ama-| arved very, Lovely Brass-
995 1 ast he f “anad > ia
Aav0. knocked the bat out of left por last night for C ad teur Swimming Ass iti fi- + ware ang i 2 1 ,
Valentine took four for 87 Gomez’s hand (Bat can be via Dominica and Montserrat. | cial waning Association offi jy Ware and Antique Jewellery |
and Ferguson two for 64. Wesi seen in midair in front of She is consigned to Messrs. ‘Thank You’ from India; Tapestries,
Indies were no wickets for Bill Johnstone). Douagias diner Austin & ‘Co., Ltd. After the last Clympics the! 7
nae a . Re ng St 7 Ring in foreground went for Danish Syettvioning she Leather Curios, from Egypt.
0 funs when hae and stol- the catch that might have anxious to s Ty :

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meyer appealed against light had important consequence TECHNICAL ADVISER | Britain, ethan 1 oe fase Embroideries, Silks, Carv-
during the last over. but he dropped it (The bol @ From Page 5 ‘ swimmers and divers to compet ings from China ;

which was skied is out of or elsewhere. That was a tre- tha Roeni <3 Ss to compete a. i

ees mendous n and they were| {2 Me Royal Gala Programme in vin ie oe i

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_By GEORGE WHITING s their hero—Frank Worrell plan whereby they could get vo Your Souther ee Bn Prince Wm. Heury Street
Middle-weight champion Ran- whose 6 for 38 had just cational training’ established in tikel e. : hern — swiramers | ) f
dolph Turpin, reputedly unwor- routed Australia for 82 i the island, ‘oh y to grasp the chanc are || Dial 3466
ried by the doubts I reported their first innings. _ | John Tickle, Rita Rayner, Naomi | }
last week concerning his third QOOEPPEIOVOR PID OIG TS HA | Kile, and Peter Alp. —L. ) f
world title fight with Ray Rob-

inson is to meet 26-year-old
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rounds at list. 9lb,, at Harringay
on February 12.

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directs his fists against an English
opponent for the first time since
he took the British middle-weight
title from Albert Finch last year.

Only One

Apart from Finch, 23-year-old
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3ritish = born middle - weight
Jackie Jones—in the last three
years. The interval has been
profitably spent collecting British
and European championships,
winning and losing the world title
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~ { ki e Messrs. J. T. Brancker, F. C 4.3 ‘e
Sl ae Doe Ing Of Goddard, C. E. Tal a pov G » aoe |
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) te / ¢ oS rprise Members of the Sugar Industry ade
dl, LM Is D if Agricultura) Bank:—Messrs. J. E A} fn |
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SL oub ul T. Brancker, F, E. Milter, ] BV AN : | @ @
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When the House of Assembly Mr. Adams: Resolution to place n Act to author Walcott and T. OQ. Bryan. |
Saetee” Seem: imeem: erm ion, | RALMOUTH, England, Jan... Member of the Bourd of Man- |
: of the G i f x © pu . ‘ The barometer dropped steadily agement of the Agricultural Cred Tha
> an ac: al Re mittee to supplement the Estimates purposes of constructing s a ae e . me Agric ur red- in? .
al ig hag ee eae 1951—52, Part I. Current, as shown repairing or purchasing ho Tuesday night and the sea rough- *: Societies:—Mr. F. L. Walcott. | | Guarantee A Perfect FIT
the Commonwealth Agricultural Re tee Estimates Sr eae Bill intituled ened, but Captain Henrik Kurt Members of the Board of the If SHAPE
ee a id oe aaa a “Mr Adams for: Ate.) Wtalatie Mute. tha” iaee (palatin Lapy'sieg Carlsen and the battered freighter Peasants’ Loan Bank:—Messrs. C { to every °
Report. of She Depry ner Resolution to place the sum. of gration Flying Enterprise were less than E. Talma and R. G. Mapp . INTON /
Labour for the year 1950, k , J ee ch ‘ pou 3 i ‘ pp. EDMONTON HALL ,
Statement showing gross Cus- SONG st tse ceva. Si ese Joe ent OANEY SORES ©? miles and 24 hours from safety. Members of the Bridgetown 1
ave srnor-in-Bxecutive Cx . , . 7 an ‘
See ee me pune Raat. supplement the Extimates, 1951-52 ree aren , Winds of 20 to 35 miles an hour Housing Board:—Messrs, G. H DAYRELL’S ROAD i
s ended 31s ugust, 195 y Mr ugha € otice + - . A + 7 c 4s I 5 |
Teint Oita’ Ravances for Yay Part UH, Capital, as shown in the Uae parties coca ane made towing of the Enterprise by Adams and M. E. Cox, 1} 2
ment of Money Orders to 3ist Supplementary Estimates, 1951-52, Establishment — « Governme the British tug Turmoil, hazardous.
cen No. 37 weed orame...and Ake . Yeduc = ; ; Members of the Fancy Molasses |
October, 1951 Once the ship heeled over to nearly ; | ,
Statement showing the amounts Mr Adams: Resolution to place tion or aboli¥on of duty on ec ninety degree: as th line Control and Marketing Board:— | We have
received by the Government of the sum of $600 at the disposal of tain textiles and footwear ~ Gegrees, as e towline ore I zi Williams, D. D I}
Barbados and the amounts receiv - the Governor-in-Executive Com Mr. R. G. Mapp tabled a cu6s pulled it against the wind and ss : eye
ed by H.M. Government in the mittee to supplement the Estim- tion with regard to price control waves, ay and C. N. Reece, and Sir | d ej
United Kingdom under the pro ates, 1951-52, Part 1, Current, as on items of food and dru ” Laks * John Saint | one 1 in
visions of the Colonial Develop shown \in the Supplementary Mr, E. D. Mottley tabled a que The French tug Abeille shrilled Members of the Sugar Produc-- }
ment and Welfare Act for the Estimates, 195!1—52, No, 38. These tion dealing with the treatmen its whistle in an offer to put ,; acer A
period ended on the 30th Septem money resolutions were later dealt of tuberculosis patients (nthe another line aboard but the Tur- fion Export Control Board:— | th P AST
ber, 1951, in respect of the sev with and passed same wards as other patients wit mofl veered and broug FE Messrs. F. L. Walcott, E. W. Bar- | ae é .
eral Schemes sanctioned by tte communicable diseases : veered and brought the En- row, A. B. S. Lewis and H. 0
Legislature. s ws Adams for Mr Weloayts AL ae - ‘erprise back to its heading. Emtage. i : 7 . |
The Pensions (Pensionable Of- iesolution to place the sum o r *. E. Thtma tabled two It was still to be decide Theth. — tage. ?
fiees) (Amendment) Order, 1951 $1,385 at the disposal of the Gov- questions; one relating to we pui ee iH $0 ‘be decided w math Members of the Board of Agri- We can
er the Ent e coul t & |
Message No, 1/1952 from fia ernor-in-Executive Committee to chase of land by Government for e Enterprise could be broug! culture:—Messrs. F. I Walcott
Excellency the Governor to the supplement the Estimates, 1951 the purpose of constructing right safe to dock in Falmouth harbour. ES weer a ts | .
Honourable the House of Assem 52, Part I, Current, as shown in ef way to the sea on the Christ —UP S hs. Bin Ho der, J. A. Haynes, | do it all
bly inviting the approval of the the Supplementary Estimates, 1951- Church coast and the ther t . and L. E. Smith, '
Honourable House to the proposed 52, No. 39 ian connection with the erection of a | |
inerease in the rate of the annual Mr Adams esolution to fish market at Silve u } r
contribution to the Imperial Col authorise the Directors of the Mr. F. E. Miller tabled ques ! | 1 t the TIME.
fege of Tropical Agriculture t» Savings Bank to pay the sum o tions #euting to the acquisition of W T d >
$8,640 for the next five years an six tietadred and thirty doliars land for the removal of homes of | 1a Ss on oO ay WEATHER REPORT |
# the necessary provision bein from the funds of the Saving the population of St. Gee trom 7 * é :
made in the Estimates, provided © Bank as a gratuity to James — gullfes: and the tnadequacy of The third day's hearing of YESTERDAY. {
that the Diploma Courses at th Lewis, retired messenger of the stendposts in St, George | the Lucy Murder Case Raibfell ? Cort | } e
College are continued Bank at the Court of Grand ainfa rom odrington: |
Message No, 3/1992 from Mis } Mrs. FE. FE. Bourne tabled a aes : : i - |
celleney the Governor to the Hen Pr. Cummins: Resolution to question relating to the condition : Sessions 10.00 a.m. ; eumhont Temperature: 84. Fr | 5 = . |
Saree (aie Haule’ Of Aumont adtnndh tha Resistcation ot Deaths of certain: tands. in’ St. andrew Police Courts and Court of Lowest ee en F Evangelist Reid Returns
ith reference to the Add ‘Amendment? Regulations, 1951, Before the business of the Original Jurisdiction 10.00 Wind Velocity: 8 miles per . . wala i &
achich’ Was panic’ by Hong made by the Governor-in-Execu House was begun, He ou ee , Lenk Big Opening January 13 at | s ; i &, ee)
nble House on the Sth Novembe tive Committ on the 20th day of congratulated Mr, G. H \d ae v as } ({
1951, on the subject of British We December 1951, under the pro. who is the recipient of the Cor Meeting of the Council of the Barometer (9 a.m.) 30.026; | 7.15 p.m. | ; ‘ ° \
indian Federation oe : fons at section 82 of ithe tegist: panionship ico! tte, Most Distin- Chamber of Commerce at (3 p.m.) 29.945. | Subject: Top Scorers in Tailoring
Message No, 3/1952 fron jo aths Act, 192 guishe de chael anc a 4 oot : * a
Excellency the! Governor to the Mr Adams Resolution to St. George whic h_ matters connected TO-DAY ' “GOD SPEAKS TO THE i
Honourable the House inviting th approve the Order entitled “The The House adopted the report with the local Electric WORLD” Prince Wm. Henry Street
concurrence of the Honourab Pensions — (Penstonable | OMc the Select Committee appoinied to Supply Corporation will be Sunrise: 6.12 a.m. .
House in the extension to Dash : [Amenement) bgt pe ore recommend the | rsorne 1 ‘ f ‘the discussed with Hon. H. A. Sunset: 5.50 p.m. Illustrated by Sound Moving
dos of the provisions of the nev t the Governor on ie Bt Joint and Stand Cor oe Cc 9 00 | a
exchange of notes between th« of October, 1951, under the pro nd Boards nted by Mr uke 2.00 p.m. Moon: First Quarter, Janu- | Pictures :
United Kingdom and the Unitec isions of section 2 1) (a) of the Sveaker subject to the reva Police Band’s Annual Variety ary 4 : |
States of America in connect Pensions Act, 1 of the House ' a ee ae N » one should miss seeing
with economic co-operation Mr. Adams A Bill intituled The House costooned. considers Concert at the Mental Lighting: 6.00 p.m. . c
The following — notige were an Act to amend the Bills. of tion of the Report of the S Hospital 8.00 p.m.
given Exchange Act, er oa We Committee appointed to prepare Mobile Cinema Show at St. i
Dr Cummins Resolution to Dr, Cummins A Bill intitulee dratt reotv. to. His Excellency ‘ sha . : | :
authorise the Governor to enter an Act to carry out the Conven Speech delivered on December 18 by yea S School pasture : Sa 1 | . th Caribbean
into an agreement with a person to tion relating to Labour Clauses 1964 “ 7.45 p.m. p.m. f \nights a week after. | in Ee
serve in the Labour Department 1: in Public Contracts The House adjourned Tie { 9.1.52.—2n. \
the post of Factory Inspector Mr. Adams A Bill intituled day next at 3.00 pt ee ieenemesienesemnasionsshienihen noesenouetgo tena omaamacace nana. 8609 »
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PACE TWO BAKHMM.S MiWM \TK WEDNESDAY, J \M \I'Y I. ItB Qahib Qallbix} S i the 2nd Test belr head%  llih m H 1 in the %  %  most of i. %  %  %  On the Caroi.iu M RS ARTHUR CHOA1 bar ol hers? ti — di.\ L, | in. ICC. i uni .HI i %  i — i A'iribodcn, %  nd iil BCOUU. Bb ,i: vl I live ni the Hi VI'. I lingers. i wbttnd. Final .Arrangements A rmrrma rra I'OIII it VI I II W I A rddad lie U THE HTMMJV OF / Ske Someone You Read About — Or 'I'lie Someon You Harrimdt Eczema Itch Killed in 7 Minutes I he headlincrs search tbr I headlines -w nan i MI t not always pick When the question was atked around Britain so ofi CSflM pat the rcuy pul > by— i Jshed lit Philadelphia last < \ROI. REED M\ IMIt %  SIR ALAN in Bin i; i M\ uni U wive .i ciiffitult jot) m MM -. well. PRANK POWH I. %  -t-ili'aii TNrtijiiirnr.' Ml WIFE, because the is what she Is. and always has been and I 11 be. JOYCE* OftENraX %  nil• %  —IHOKMiIKh \ \> %  'ho gave h .-• : roKEKT BOOTHHY M.I' MOIICA MIIMII becaiu%  i.it l'i. AIM % %  married and such a lowlj PETER WILSON MACRBBN CONNOLLY, the nl of 10 who WOO 'lit'll-Arrcrica n's tennis title. i it II.t .lif.lH %  sn Theatres I I Hnrnblown .• u„ M:i/n. Bridge-, %  aptaln Plasa, CM Boya' Anociati A IAI. in* Un| of the oidf nth Jan jo p,„ ns> ••' • ms on the Ueoda will be .. discussion on Uw draft rub* foi Ihi I That* from Hitfollow ll %  Hugh Games. St i %  i hSkaat %  mOlcUn. At thi I no appointed Scout Raffle Scouts hi%  find in the cycle ha* not yet liecn %  i "" $'• %  tlnua ma fI'J ';'.' % %  il can be purchased from nirmbfr* of the Organisation TIopportunity foi tha pubUi lo beta Wid a llnrbadl ONFi of the oil* now being exhibited t.y M. Necltonmoff at hi* exhibition at the Birbado* Museum M. Nechoiiaioff. a Bii"ln artlHt or the Csnt realms had made another ranvuof Madame Simon when -be lived In Part'. The new painting wan done at her home 8t. Leonard's House Where M Nechoumofl and his wife are (neit* of Dr. and Mrs. K M. B. Klmon. The exhibition continue* until next month Christmas and Races Vfl" DENNIS MALONE, Bainsler-at-Law, who spen i tuas holidays In Grenail. with his f.uiiiiy retui that COMBS on Monday b; H.W.J.A. i' nlag the tame day froi were Mr. and Mi> I rosalaf and Mr. and Mrs. E. Holder who were in Trinidad fas the Tiinldad Turf Club's tas meeting, t or Daughter's Wedding M AJOR and Mis. Deoll LstM gan, whose daughtci K was oiarrlad s* Patrick*! Church to Mr. John Grace ni M R. and MRS LOUIS MILLAR Monday, laft restsgduu 'or J.i.IIHI Uiatr two children Stew males via Trinidad by U.W.I.A. to and Jud wedding nf one of the! thai daughter*. 1: I theai EILEEN .lovt i THE I lb DAME, • 11/ MU Ml CADBt'RI rlei acUvlUSt were MfMS and i . PIn u BAKER, M.P. PRIM l< Hl/Mlllll I-. managed to combine the %  %  %  I I Mr || .,:. %  BtnbS | ,. % % %  | .,(„ ...... during her tathf I I eer Freddie Mills, LaaHs Hor.-. flrllshn. novelist Gilbert Fran' kau, and actor Revert Beflflu ado chow PrlnccM Ellrobcfh Back to Trinidad abel. JAMES HcKKCHNB The radio actor rOR me. m> live > ear old i agMSf \II.EEN. |r utinr: "Oh nn lliddy'o not an arlnr, he's >"h -"Mn'iiiii. on the ead of a *IR MAURICE BOWRA 1 I'lcf-Cnanccllor of Oxford >IR> JOMN ni i ii >i w. 'I.MI ami broadi i living n moat original iJOHN MACADAM H-ORKM I MMIHKK f.,t fng the youngest woman ever to M English Chanri.i — I I > Till NEWS EDITOR of Of Dail\i F.xpr.s* MRS HR\IIIMI(K. Bi-.u" ha reached new rxtremea of torlety In I SSI. SYLVESTER GATES D ir ector %  >( Ef sa ts al aatsr Bard THI Prench novell I OOCSTTBI ror tx'ing probsbb "" living novel:-!. BM for being the only one of a committ. %  '.I:., llliill' \"!.' I., r beat writer of the centurv %  1 I ONARD i "in. Ifotors Miss I it INKFJ mil s|. KV. | ate wardens of tinAn < m in plane B.B.C. Radio 'rograinme l < %  i Jambc M ISS RUBi i (iui-i%  id Mr*, c L C Bourne of "Alexsndar", worthing, left b) lbs CaiKiili'i'i Cruiser for Mwhere *he \.iti *|IMI .. tarn dayi Ing on T'i,\n'. .,„. mere, sti<' win H^* to the V s where The i he flrsi Pebrim IXl HlOTltll %  Turfite Returnit M it. D if i. WARD Barristeriw. returned b thelsUnd Fl III L,I, ,|T """ I '" I|U B.W.I \ *-^ ,,a y " %  "yii'g visit is Mr. altar ittendlng ti. (in lonald Qoodarnan, Chief EnMaettag In Trli 9 %  Radio Trbridad snd he was %  in the W.I. On a Woodhitf • he will |,e %  v i Mr V.* %  th,. ii..1.1 Itnynl and %  i ti i. Ward i viit tr evenla bj B.W i A II Ill 1 %  1 %  OVI Hollvwood Rotind-tito %  n liendguara-' Mr J I101.IV, D I I tkM him schedule, ,., rol, Janui tber WUIiami to due by plane ary 8. This Is the first role lor today from Honolulu lo report DulT since he left Universal MM Kfturnini! to U S tuI turX on ,hc <,m y car Goleen Gray has already ; Piece Thing Suit"* co-starring *igned for the feminmi' lead. ( BOI KM. who v I MatSJga and Walter Morris Ankrum ha. signed with j Pldgeon and die to go before the Warners for u feature role in %  .'. ttti -i Ounf starring BanItkardo Montalb-n is also due dolph Scott and Patrice wymaei hv M.G.M. to slarl work on the Walter Wangcr pleaded innoAying trapeta tor MSTOla wlthFltJ cent by reason of insanity Mon Anurll In • %  Eqiillibiium." one of rf a y to charges that he tried c of three lovt stories murder actor*" agent Jennlnps produced by Sidncv Frunkliri. Lu ng because he thought Lang Jean Simmons has called off ., ,„ r im m cing with Wanger's ncgolintion* In her new COnuaet \, ,f,. j„ r „i Bennett. W 'l,S"^'^ HU lu n "' 30 TI "' 0 ''' Wtovtoton Dnrfucc. rd bro.d-' contracl plr*, Jun.. 30 cMm imc ^ Uy „„„,<,,, ,„.„„,; the threat of Georgia's Governor; Norman Talmndge to boycott! television shOAS in which white and negro performer* together. Talmadgc In I poUUcal newsp.iprr on Saturdav singled out three COllimbui broadcasting System shows a* oOSxaslva to southerners bacauM ProdtM" l, "' v *i* re 8 ari 'ed souUn | gallon laws. spokesman for thg DOtWork ib< ins ni... Its parfi for talent rather than by race I In the Scientific Advisers I), i srtmei' of the iimi*h Joint : H Ion (Navv Staff) .Washington. D.C Flying Visit D m loam day on Hughe* bought the Bt contract from J. Arthur Kink She is committed to four pictures before June but thus far only appeared In "Androclea and Ihc UOB." Howard Duff has been signed %  i .-1 ithh Pr aucar i ur for the mile Mad i" "Model Incorporated" a mutual %  r-f *• I,.. lf r..DRESSES — for I. wning BATHING srirs—i.owly Coftaa, rWINSI IS—I,,..,, Siollaiid ill Pure U.M.I. IRISH IJNEN—l.iiilirniclereil l.undieoii anil lea Sets LOCAL M VMIH'RAETS— Bridfa Tea Sets. Guest TOWels, Baskets. UNGBR1E—NylM Panlies. SlipN ami Nighlies. It.iy .1 Jeise> — P>j.nn;iN .ml .si^hlics. PASTILLES SPECIALS n o\in in 11. i .t I.I ma stt roB rouassLP • Plain Crepes RSBM Willmv Ware Sagg and Separate fits. Kruil Sets in Class Electric Irons Electric Toasters Electric Pood Mixers Shaving Mirror* Mum 11I i inns Joseph Rodger's Cattery Ta-da> ind To-morrow, 4.3D OPENING FRIDAY. 4.30 and 1.1.1 and 8 li. B.K.O DOUBLE U-public Action Double — WILLIAM ELLIOTT — FORREST TIX'KER "EASY LIVING" —.IN — — and — "THE LAST BANDIT" AND •ARMOURED CAR "UNMASKED" ROBBERY" With ROBERT ROCKWELL Pink. Blue. Green. Lemon. While Blue. Mauve. Green. While Sl.16 per yd. 98c. Lemon. Peach. Pink. Rose. Turquoise. White 36 91c. 36" 36" PARKING VISIT US AND HE CONVINCED facUUfM offered upposite our Store II O V Y GEORGE IN CIVVY STREET" T. R. EVANS & WHITFIELDS YOUR SHOE STORES HARDWARE SUPPULS PHONE 4918 4220 4606 RICKETT STREET ; : With GEORGE FOMBY AND "HORSEMEN OF SIERRAS" With THE CHARLES STARRETT nil K only i ... and B.15.— REPUBLIC WHOLE SERIAL "MASKED MARVEL" WITH WILLIAM FORREST — LOIS CURRIE.



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PAGE SIX BARBADOS ADVOC 1TE 1VEIIMMIM JAM \RV 9. Wit CLASSIFIED ADS. IMIHM MMIM\ |-| III || SAi IS TtLtPHONI IfOU DM i. (iii January. IN It liCaihadrai tmim DaNpfef. ii Mr* I— i M un i. mi Attitui 1 %  !>". and THANKS ion RALE AUTOMOTIVE NOTK I rtN ui -T Mnii I HEREBY GIVE NOTKTK. thai mor* lh*n ICO paraona havim b**n no.nin..'rd %  %  SI Pa*r of *" NNUinl mi. that a C Jai.uM> 14th I**/ i. IS* hour, of 1 am and 4 pit. II M HIM* fjatti*. Pnh ol St. Pat*. Wl*t TnUI%  !>,.. BjB > I M In ...am U-.-'t t.A* i' Auat-.i A* Da-... BodSI 14 NOTICE i ili-n fl at II ill rv* sonrst.. an lu %••!at Ih* fcwBl i baa* art lb* VMiry ir th* Pane* ol U Palat thai 1 hava appoint** the Pariah Room. SpatStil.town a* Ih* ptaca whera oil a^h anwn ma* maH on Mi>nda. III. I pal. uatwoar. Ih* houi* | %  a rn aid a, II. lu alacl Un Mambaia %  Pail.h ,.1 SI Pt*r in ih* Veatrv .JO* th* fHKilnl PSS* REAL ESTATE %  ..en* bUl' • Mil .1 Tobaae II W I *0* arraa. i • i l %  M ... M .|,..'. T' l .1 l *' I'll :1H(*>K A I %  ,..,:.* and %  ... II ISM Mill RENT HOUSES rnwr.Ai ( %  -ACS—• %  >'• P*r month Apply: T o tint***. P-i ro.|i Co. Ltd rvNr.i; -'• %  i t\ (arm land* V l.i ait t %  1 S3-I 1 n %  1 C O KM room. 3 I l ITU ELECTRICAL %  | •.• %  ,.! -ni it eanu I llulchir>*oii Dial 4* P t S* On t Aialai. for MH Th' I • | .i i bv __. -, in %  FLUORESCENT PrTTaNOS JuM "| and Twin M wall. J It .„.*• and twin *• watt It %  "•* Iwln W alt Ml I.p.. Dl-l IfTt DaCoela ; i KMH i i Hoi U %  • %  •.ANT A i I M %  V. %  ..: p %  I" ri.in.Xa> w, Dial 3WC %  I.SJ 4.1 WP.sl.OW — C—JlWIIIi Lail two ••rti i" JSWISn and •' month* of Manh M>v. Juw. Ji* %  %  El ThMl-%  ; Cadi i', flaanl %  %  NOTICE rtBI-M or ST MNII I h*r*\ it*. Mot*-* thai a. 13 ufnont IV* bt*n nar 1SU. and at only I 1 ) privona air nr^ulrrd by I hold p^lt al thr Vr.ln Room, tl Ji-Mi. Mil Mandai thr ntb i % %  ..ii ir-.i SM % %  % %  Ml -i%  m and 4.00 p.m. O V TAYLOR NOTICfc Candida!** M' baa,, nomlnalad ai 1 %  rid a n op u r p-rann. In irn"i II Vaotrt Io 'na Pariah ot Si. iowh I|ha >aar InU and a> nl> im ara n q •I H IIL'KANT J I' %  hSrafl ba-d. lollrt and balh lUmli %  ur 1 Arrda %  pTifcaj ,.| !., n a' TT> Barb. n. Iha proparli of Iha lala II A Oaith dThr abova will ba oM up lot ah b publir cAmpailtlnn at <-n nnVr Jamx Straat. on Fridav thr 11th Jaawaaaw ISM. • i I pi" Par liipattlon appl %  on Ih* IM.-TIIMOf %  %  i-t->" UM S*aTI r. n and 4pm ror lurlbar parUaulan I Hl^rI.IIMIV\I. %  %  • aaa.m* UARHir. WOU'TLi'n** WAmtli M I do nei I %  -.,....rtbla lot bar a. anrara ,1 „ %  daM ,r aab'a In > I nlaaa !' a ailllrii ortl COU-INIt WOMUU. C-drl.lor. Hill, ft Mn-baal I III I ATIOV \l SHIPPING NOTICES %  rnr um.K % %  i .i.ad -*" iw-l ba ra*oilbli i o. da*JM ronlT(*tad in SH _ma WHKHII a wrlllan ordar Mgnad .1. may ba addiaaaad v • Mill.lrta Kallmat I' I'aaM T f TMroDOBj: BRANCKab-. rnin fa-aralBry ann I ROYAL NF.1MLRLANDS | STEAMSHIP CO. NOTICE TVACHSIIB ol nania-i.Uf' art** t "•' l%  n. SHMN I-!' t cradii r h>ra** wamad %  J8XS \ BONDSTaa %  aala at lhaHr %  *" i, %  nth Januarv at 1 i> n. tha follow m< -r.raa and I fW ','. Barbadoa fiovammant Bond! aa a.i. .:.. n .ri..]... I. i I In It -.1 MS Bda. Plra In. SJ0 Wl Rum Raflnaii •Mia %  .! inw •haia* in Tha Baibadoa •Miippind S* Tradlnt Co ro-rr: b eo loph.a AUdyna*. .._.jl( n aaanlMa, far bar o. nsjona .karantraallnS ant daS-I oi aXu m ,i h. a -rl— aik aajjud bv MW anad AUIFWILaUANS. .,, ,.,.i.ii a cb. v..,p.'. Ki* nodd < O JORDAN. I h Maocialian hiab WOfrwd aawin.l v it" nrRYIJORDAN M .1 %  MECHANICAL mCTCU n. i mid cmidillon, r M||.. A NOTICE l~ ltri>J3IY QIVKN thai II II Iba inlan..i i'a Vaainaa ol tha P..h < Sain! Gaorsa. Saint Philip. Chant Ch-.rah. Saint John. Saint loaapn. Saint i Thnmaa and Sain*. Jama* ol thin ISHBhl BUM to ba intrad.Trd into Iha LddJura of Ihla laland a Dill authorKn.. Iha did Vrilrlaa to livcraaaa Iha aala. fumlahad inrludlns Pnaldalra 1 raflabla 1-t H '.•,*,'-•,0-.','-'-.*..'-'-'a*a*-'a'-'-* t I A MODERN BATH ROOM I rvissitv nnd v.1lh an... ^ A1X-WHHE I'OnCF.' LAIN GEYSER %  warm or %  hot bath is obtainable In s mutter of minutes MORNINO. NOON, ot NIGHT . MISCELLANEOUS Af*TtUM — * "varr daacriplm %  ..a... China, aid J*w*H. for Sllvrr in r.aily b.-*.. Map*. Auto. .i.pha ate. at (lorrbida* Animua Shot %  ujolriini Kofal Yacht Club NOTICE PAJUSR OP CRBJST C11W1 NOTICE TO HAIRY Etc. nXlilrallon and Ra-Radial rail on ol UNDER THE SILVER HAMMER rla Oonillia we -ill aril at WtUo 1MB* SM Podaaial Si %  radio. Carvad China*. Cbaaawian and Maho rha T.blOld Plaqoa* -a-t.pbK' i iiaM an" %  ins Tabla. M T W... Wara. Si | tall Po. I %  lasaajsf ItP.ANKER. TROTMAN Autllsnerni %  loaaxii.i.bla lor har — %  •• !" -— tract i ^ny dtbf or datrl* M ma nm -"II-" orda-r .Idnad b* mi VfAHOUU JORDAN. Biaahman • Tananlrr. 9' Joaaph. J JOINT AND MUSCLE PAINS TAKE NOTICE May mMn kldnay troubls) A function ol tha kidnera is to aJirnioatc baurnlnJ impuiitids fi lb* lyMpin. If tb* kiuMyt tT'ow aluggith. uVtriinpunliaascciiinuiata and tartUe and ottrn brcotra • cantc of paua m joinit aid m-acasi. Tha way to tackle lb* ab*r it to help ihr kidnrr*. abuiild b* loned op with _. Witt'a Pilla UV inadicin* mad* specially lor Uiu puipoae. I 1J* Witt %  Pdla have a aoothtn*. i il*an*in.an^iuiti*ptcBCii<-ii SS th* kidoajra that bnnja them bntk to perlorm then natural function ptopaily. Th welltned oirdicinc is aold all ovrr the world and w* have many Wttwa fiom atiflefara tallu.g vt ICIKI gained, after year* of anBeruig, by Ukinn De Witt'a Pilla. Try them •oar tioohie. Go to jour thrituit and fat a aupply torU* In T* Da IS I b ~ 1 M V FRENCH LINE lit' l.h' Ir.iihailamiqiic Sailings to %  >outhamt>lon and France — Vis — Martinique and GuadalouiM. tlJOHKt -l*t January. 1952. "COLOMBIE." 2nd March. I Ml •COLOMBIE." ISlh April. 1952 SaH-tli.Ba.nd and ,.m. and >0 p m. **>l <>n Saturday*. a/ha* Rafltrtralion. ale. will lak* pla h*ta*w. th* hour* ol • Od a b I BSSB II. ... |H -I I'l.nirlH-i'iiPafih ol ChriM Chureh ifdi CIIAS ** MafKEWZlT. //,V.V/.V-V//.V/-'.'/.''-'/ From JAN 5th to FEB 2nd At The Barbados Museum If In THE SEA AROL'ND US : Rachel Carson HIS EXCELLENCY A.lrlsn AlinRton JENKINS EAR O. 6V W. Shepherd LETTERS FROM AMERICA AUstsir Cooke THE MAN WHO KILLED THE KINO Ornni* Whoalley CHILDREN OF THE ARCIHUSIIOP Norman Lollitu MOHNINC. JOTRNEYJam Hilton. THE LONG MEMORY Howard Clewes. HOW TO WIN FRIENDS' Dale CSTTM HOW TO STOP WORRYINGDale Carnegi. LOOK YOL'NGER LIVE IX)NGER Gayelord Hauser I'S: Fougatue INTRODUCTION TO ECONOMICS Cairn Crou. Already I .mri*d A KIN


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WEDNESDAY, .l\\T\RV 9. I52 BAIBADOS \I)Vi>C\TE I'M.I FIVE House Congratulate Leader • Vrum fair I tervant of thl. colony u>. n many jx.r* of Ki' JLrf""." *** "'• Privllw nd .n inc ltl....lur >n 0 Ihc It.. ESsrs*i^,** y .f w ord %  '~S£S1S* t. "" '-" ''" '<" %  %  "• •! lhl wtwn people ..liuicj hon. .cmor member for Si J.iM-pr, ,, he",".."is;' ^^ h *v Ho j ~ nwr tT\nr% ..K. i iMwph and a. they l ""'^"--'^""'" uw have a wool Hick In me lift... poimS 13 £?mUd £ rT 1 '; £ % *!'£ T 1 t duolx reward which 1* did not anticitafk '' ,he ronl bench ' %  P r pate, but which none would ocnv %  • %  %  > Aaeembly. ne had merited C itcumstancea compelled them Practically deserting the imIo **** one coum or another. U Held nf in* law, the hon* nd ht fclt sur l al when a ma.i irntd member for nnv ,n *' political course rather itedoalha ,n n ln l*kl. any honour arttefl .,, EMM tn him. came not m appolltl blm to WD ..n. piCi-i.iiH.ii .,( hi> pttiHMl • placis and enabled him io make but because he was a member of g|vg him an organisation, and a member of Elook, and even fura parliament that had done of ,h *W ok, *.<. that had tiled to do some good lot lt when he returned to this colony, country He said thai without anI the .island would mock modeatv. rfebod to his presence He knew because he had I*. %  U that the not ftaol otTended il he made that (01 St statement, as It was a fad th..t Ho thuuitht the island's 300 years of repri>. as the second case In the aontatlva create I ... in Whkh high honour r Barbadians a sense of %  espona native „bi!it> „i,d a PU IN BAXJi 1" ACTOR Y -t t!.ID.SZ crop. The factory OH S.-SJPJJJ lack.V7i it li dlu %  hi nodi bcr of a Legislative Assembly, and %  |l the honourable out of the honour awardlurlM ,( ""broken re, cri him,—Companion of tin Hot) Distinguished Order of Sand St. C.cor> lugt the polltl laeaing add u i ommunttlei whtrh h..i if tii i repiesenlation. Unique Mr. Adams said. "Any honour hi stowed on me by the Brtttth House Pass $70,000 For Fishermen sure that he (Mr Adams > and the Oovernment or by any intemarest of thorn all welcomed the hontlonal organisation at any limr. our whuh soriM roan .< % %  fell on i, due to the fact that in the polliat West Indian statesman. Hon. iitltal Held Barbados is absolutely T. A. MarryahOW, when His Majunique am ng the non-*elf-BQ\ rstv the King conferred on him thr orel'l territories' in its unbroken O B E. Thc-r. lut if AoMOiblj pumj p r %  i n .ln-i %  nt ;>. Tin..ddenduro gold ihat on Deexti I and 3. IIS), hltfh seas the flarWrmOD woul damaged 83 fishing boats, 40 of community us .1 wbOH huh were beyond repair With He hop.. that Ihe won; ? T 1 Pan 1500 fo Brii;^ Tochnkal VIIMHI Here I. 1. 1 -u g %  • 1 1 to Harbaoo* an officer from British %  %  %  eouon. I t new Technical IM %  Man Tiitani who arw tn Bai" %  %  whosn me Commlttog -ppomteti l. p epa e a modiin.i *. heme C-> .L Training aiscus'ed their proposals. Moving the poaoUlfl of the ROOB ion In I 0 nlttcv, Mr. cti 1 1 thai % %  Mini *., • lunod thai the um woulo lot bringing I* %  lOO fco.irnnieni in Ihe DTOpOl .n'n of .1 111"..Hied scheme. That 1 fncer's adi %  • a d. was go goo %  .'. 1 .•.L^ unJortunata that he had i ..! % %  • I .> • Ihe Uiiellt of the ..duce wlmi bopa tu got ;L>'IH bin hi OFOUl be released b> n„ Brll Govornmonl mu inbeiwiit of hi 1 1 Hie (IBM Hut tinould want lino l'renl Mutter Ho would uj DM too Bonofli <>f those Okonboca "i" iiiii i' rood of thingN thOJ DOCOIBO members of ...,.„ r ., Mq ...House, that Ihe 01 iglnal com 1, lint sh Oulana and BarI" 1 "**"" pul "> "chomo coot• %  abounding with %  •> win to purchaao laud ami and the boats sh uU bo buyng toi vocauonol tialniiu, it were iti I'tiiubernwru • <> %  rage I Uma to introduce ; BOtUAg boats than the 1 type of %  bould be that can stund rough oroBthli 1\> II thy to go to tn; BUld be equipped wtth loCrlgvoUon Mi Loads, (l.i -aid that from the lima no hoard the hshing bout Of Barbados discussed, had hoard th.it the present parliamentary tradition. I do say Oovernmem ai proCover...... Ilappv Am;iirv that democracy has reached .1 P"d ' replace the boats which Intoreat in nahorroon an u It was of course onlv ths ns g minor II ,he > w '' rp *""'<, ''' DO argumonta and bition to-day." A aatano would, be given to tho trv of more import a me. '' l "' ->ud, the* It Wl .1 lie wd that similarly, if ..1^ lc.ats were deMi.o ||, 1 .1 ^' %  DUlldi It With tng run to th session when thing had happened on the ecr damaged on tl i 1 igl I I rrmen ic si'c it was due to the fact r cent interest rree loan and a 0 f flahlng boal 1 b. I that 1 howevo felt thai aomo difllplano to express appre. hri lhcif WM 5 i m ,| ar te:0 gnlUon 5 f^,/.*"* .J^.f !" .* co,t town for three or fOUl dayi Wllh"">' "jis gong to face the GovClatlon of tha Imperial Honour ln lhl OU Uide world that Barba"' '"" d '" %  40 new boats was ,, 1; hl 1|VM of tll inmenl thi.mgh ihe t Mienes Doitid at approximately W0.000 nsh ,. r(lu n H. regarded the locting m DO) for tho boats todav at traps Trc.s,, MOM |Hirfelt that .ml then eoliecting money should embark 011 an insurance '" Revolving run.t 1l< f,-n tl I ""' I'"; %  the RMMaR) thai to bo p tM book shoul 1 Uint; hind Ahich had been bestowed <*i the aanior member nf one of mbUoa %  tonlal Empire gioiiter 1 the Brit~^~ZJ!Zr^ ,LH" nd that of repairing the 4S damtooh* eelTS he' 1 rST' rtBed b M "' il •PPWX^-Wy W r showed te s. |han was **"""'" lh( olher Mr. Adams tLl said that he did jol nles. He had hesitated to sav ,„i think it was necessary for him „._ that because human natu-e being to irteak at steal leneth on Ihc \ ? n Umr '' what it was. peple would feel ^n^uL^utLnZ^Tu^ Jjj" 5E MU1 ,*opc Ban.dlam ^emU-rs w„, f.m,!,,;, with the £"£,,, N %  r%  Hiding the disaster jjWnrTii hulnwa M ha hole that was given "^i" "* '"•"" '*"" While he was grateful to lh0 do so 1 1 : bOBO that lwo honournble membes fo, what Ihat .11 ol us they had said, he wanted to make around 1 li %  I abb feel that some i^se of It. this o caslon even If of tha lualrt from that is shlnin he seemed fatherly or pedagogl %  and surroundlna ourselves around as an indication to fellow BarP-ahoe table." I adian* to see that they have a M. believed that nil friends 00 %  upronw cholea of showing the his left w.re at least as enthusi.est of the world that Barbadiaas rl mo,c rnnvas rather than atcfid. and as happy of know how to work together and '" r *"' monlh * **t tha honour conferred on his light, and when the fight is over, friend on his right to band themselves anrl work for "I i-onura'ulatcd the h>" that < i' in..iM"i] .11 11 < said, "and trust' that he will li for many years, not only to enlov ..j bpiu. this, but to arrive at ^ tn ^ 1 fu rl ^ hon urabl \n nperlnl Honour and that would be as willing to m around 'he table ail would around some other table if the opportunlt> ffered Church hua Appeal erv word that tho wnber for Christ men he con: 1 joined the point out that then' . now typo %  i 1 '-at TOL %  ,,ii %  ..t hahi rmon Ho aitd II Oovi 1. .1 h.,.i ... 1 iminloalnlll "' ""• "K>n "i" *} %  "> %  • ,,,,,,, ,.._„ hr „ ,,„_. ,,, n, h .,, „m, ,„o S~r.r, of SUt. U, SS^JSAi '' S. S the effe.-t that it would lie necesshelping the flshci men m tne m .v, (l dil luheriiien would out an insurance scheme 'Inch would l><"" Hi eTho r. nltillOD m He felt that Hon Members ""'"' should run an liuuranog \ ^••" vi ,iii,I„Li.ii W1 ;,.. • %  • %  • % %  Thi ;',;:!:;',:;;'„•,;.';;:;;. S£B hiw £n cxVInea 'sub,.-,! U ..,,„.• ,.,.,, bo.1. .1 1„ It... ..ttival in llio island li ; '•" """I" "T : ' MMl w. i Indian islandul boal llnd .mp mniu of auMllw Ihcm m "" %  ->' %  '" "" %  -'•""""' % %  —'^Mom,.^,, a Resolutloo %  Ih WAKItKN t Kt'AIlK Wll [. ih ,,i iii.' i napraon Btroa Church • to see that any honour thai comes | wk ltl UM eoa even if it meant P.v at l<-ast one half of tholwurlo one Barbadian, comes to us all. ihat they had to go outside for once promlunu Ol WCOl flthllig Mi F" i rt that he ""a My defection because of material He wanted lo thank the boats would like to add his congratula' < >us y & no reflection on tho & t for St huder of the honour but a reth JooeohWDi i IthOhOOfeclion on Barbadians generally, him He had done 1 want to thank the two honrh for Barbados and for ourable memt>ers for their kind woctti and the House for the *i i that a glance at any of manner in which they have a nt of Jamaica who sent commend the Oovorni :ail Cloth the lists ol the membership to Which Mi p ln ?" irea would readily amoum "f work he had %  reaponslbUity which he had to carry, not only for Barbados, but for the West II epted it. Bicycle, Cash Shirt, Lost who suffered any loss. In .,! %  .1 boat valued $300 lost it thai day—a boat which had not — -, been worked foi years That tlshW.l. Honour cr.nan -A iding to the .nour which was beIKLLUDED in a number of proposal, half of the value free slowed on the hon. senior memlosses whlc.'i were reported to the n d the other half as a grant In bcr for St. Joseph should be I ollce within ihe last few days, the case of a fisherman who had shared, not only by Barbados, but was a Hum bcr bicycle valued hut a new fishing boal from %  Different T>pe DiMidvnnlaue M> Allder (I) said that whethei Crawford (C) said that he they aa*UH> to g-" ondinng whither the deback their boats or li'l %  i SO per cent interboats, with the typo ol Imat thai frea raa now bolng used bj lishermcn grant might not have worked disthere was still going to be do/cn advantageously with some people ( |. V e^ and boaU loot. Ha (oil ihat tin* opportunlt) Select CiiiiiiiM(M OU I (li I ;it ioii bv the West Indies for the MJT$50 The bicycle Is the property he had not got service at all, he vices wihich he had rendered to of Clarence Cumbcrbatch of Sllwould also be getting hall of the the Caribbean. The hon. member vans \ illage, St. Joseph, and was value free and the other half as a had received many congratulataken from the house of Albertha grant. tions. not only from all ••* Clarke of the same address, -So ihe hsherman who had his in Barbados, but from outside, between 6 p.m. on Sunday and 6 boat into the sea for a long numand he. Mr. Goddard. wished to :t m „n Monday ber of years will be in a far betadd his on behalf of the party — %  er nation than the man who had H, .anted it to be known that I!.. %  Worth)u „^ vt hti ltoai m tC u ':11 „ %  ....; he ha I nig.-. Christ Church. reporiel g ,(d HI HOO sod because the honour < d"the loo] of $50 from her baske*. M r Crawford said Ihat it would C. H. Adams. Mr. K. L. Wolcof .l.i.ui* fov tha bard worh whn:i while tho was at Barclays Bank. |K u-tter toi the c.overnmeni to Mr. j K. T. Braneker, all I . member had p*t City, about 1I.S5 am on Honna ^ c ,ome survey mode of the Walcott. Mr. C. E. Talma. M' INK House of Asscnii hich day appointed a St* io con Ids i •• ropl %  from tha '• to an address which /• HouM on Novombi on Ihe subject of British West Inj dian Fvu< i The member-, of the ANIAMTED OPINIONS f7* -. Mr 1... Kin. : VIM < IM III | ION |T flrlM. IIU MUIIISI M4T Li i a Toffee MADE IN U.K i The Perfeciion ol Confection ; WALTERS PALM I0FFE[ LID PALM WORKS LONDON W.j iji HARRISONS BROAD Si I.MIIOIM I IM. -\l IOIIIIIII" TUB n\Ksr CAR POLISH BVKH MADE 'Al'TOIHtll'1 t oiitiniN I-; Silicones. ihe minimum amount rat tarj to anaurw a Klau-hard finish unprrviiius to IOIIIII Ml VI IIAIV luisiiiiio. SI \ ... I OIIIIOMt 1 Sill I IK II KIIIHIII" PDIWV III hall the lira* with half in' labour jusi inn it mi and wtpa II oil its % %  thai ai>.i tha ii< montha with aUnpla waahlng with cold water .I:I At lOllltlll lo.nw IIS SO I \S1 AMI SO I.IMIII OXM SI .tit) nil IIOI ill a j " % %  a %  KT '" c < L,r"'Tl..' ,, .?,M d ''' I,ul>llr lift, ai"! %  "''j^i: ^ %  d thr roponjiblntie CLARICE IIUNTE of I ': Gap. HINCISIIIII Road, reported the loss and had lo take Ihat I*Pquantity of lotninx valued 26.56 ow ". c !" It d,d kIK lh <*•£**%}:. The clothe, were In her enclo.e.1 ""•"'" !" fi ."* y.rd when Uw) were Hot % % %  WiBMd Him Ore* i^o.^n e 30 p.m on Sur ... ity and rood luefc. fl 30 a.m on Monday Mr X.I ""Keplle,„.,,,. ,,d thai THE o*er report 1 %  wanted lo thank the nonoii %  tho hoiiuu. Christ Church for what they abj thai morning, in 00of th< looaaa and make the auarda on a proportionate basis He did not think that it OOUld i>e satisfactory with all the boat ners if the scheme wi impleWillkami, Mr A K s LawH B. Vaiueh.ii' ind Ml M able Alfred Drakes rnernber f r St IAICV and Bank Hall. He reporte. ,„.,„„ „viibr> f-r ItouK was broken an ,' i-h ,,-hf.,. what am m 10M p^^. fro"* : i I and 320 allied S4 M mada bg Fields Gap, portrd that hi* and entered Saturday Sunday and a as stolen. < "Um" ml..l.lr Mr. Talma (I-> said that the iMDt'l attitude In respect lo that Important Issue was commendable. He did not agree with the Hon I Member for St. Philip that ,i survey should be made because he felt that a survey would cause delay In the matter which TO REPORT ON RULES OF HOUSE The KOUOa Of *. mooting tod the foUowIn] %  Holes of the II Mi Speaker. Mr .1 K T Braneker, Hi P. C Mr. C. E Talma. Mr It '. Ua| : Mr. E K. Walnrtt, Mr. W \ Mr. EW.Ba \ E S I^wis and M \dams. KumaM 7^.i JSa HARRISON'S H dwore Dep TFL. 2364. AFTER WE \./.l.s R.VSB YOU'LL NEED A TONIC w EVANS M HEPR0NA M TONIC RESTORATIVE An v, II, ij; Nuirienl Tonir roiitnining the anti \nui'!iiir principles of l.ivi-r romhined ilh Iron und Nirntiiiir Arid. KMi;iN> LTD. ,<;v && She Made it Herself! -Jr STRIPED SHIRTING "BY WfJh" %  v.rd S1.04 8. $110 $ 1 AW' IMITATION LINEN 36 -id. Per vd $1.09 & $118 WHITE POPLIN 31 ..da P., Yd 97c. & $1.04 CAVE SHEPHERD & (o.. Lid. 10. II. 12 8. 13 Broad Slreel %  JIAHI Heeaived — ii fresh shipnivnl


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1'W.I BAKI!\IIOS ADVOCATE WEDNESDAY, J\VI'V . !:.; BAKBADOS&lAmCK'ATi: i I ,. ...... .1 Bkd..t.w t\r . I)H CENTRAL MIIK ilun "ii for a Central Milk Depot and Creamery of milk the price ol milk In bottles ptr pint \o 15 pint and in can %  This t %  %  %  ."' 100 lbs. to $i: 0 1 'imatrxi i a half %  i two cents %  %  Improve Then reeeon toe optimism ling which has the Director the O u ter n meni of J: 30.000 as a contribution towards the capital cost of a Milk Depot and Creamery. This ppi oved on the unojM that private dairies would pro%  atnlng £30406 require.) t" iin-ii was subsequentl; by individual dairy owners tnent may haw decided to £30,000 alread) voted b> the LegIt imbttloui I'l-'i*"' ,,r they i i) i i QtiterapUUng lea kin g leglelatlve lanctlon for kicreejfing Ihe exapproved, In either on the support of the milk consumers in the community for the iniliadw they an | %  %  vre advan: lie to the dairy owner than to the eeneteJ public. The public will be d to haviA source ol clean pasteur%  :. Ik At present several reputable dairies provide clean milk but it is not aaateuriaad Dairy owners will benefit from the enhanced reputation that local milk Will earn when it is pasteurised But this is an advantage they will share with the consumer, Their main advantage :s that lo be derived from more convenient hours of work, avoidance of waste and improved methods of distribution At pi< sent private dairies find II Lugly difficult to lind workeis prepared to begin milking In the waa hours of mornThe need for such early milk will disappear when a Central Milk Depot acauaa then will be adequate rcEOT mdk pet BOB] COnUnOOUa delivery Itnbutlon ol milk Will inevitably reduce the overheads now carried by the private distributors, whoa ery areas now overlap with competing dairies. The knowledge that no milk need be wasted because of sudden can of orders will also encourage private to support the Central Depot. The A paid fr gov"**• ? t "'.? rfw ni "' Uut } |l,,,k l c 1 .nment-blcd by high tax-s. Som "I"'•<• %  What made il a peoi. labour, enorm. i SK OS pubUs . Jf ^ceding jNew_Eco.,om. ...mpctiiors. In w hl,h Soviet survivors •••till loo.. .,, .nlL,,, iluctuaUng a sltua' %  !* wh noatalgia. parti> resem,i ^ S3 foiitieai power often alter; '-' ""• •rastom acooomy In flv*^ scnrmoui (although ever behind • Ameiiniii iadiisliTal sntns] .. ( ; plant | P*'r capita piiKluctlon of many ki-y in.m a ,tecl """""" %  oeds I %  • '; plant. In the Soviet economy both ^'-" "' <— *'•< ""^' ""• I lliel928 uimu have the -am ownerthe ''"' National Bureau of Eeo''^ I" Communist pnrtv o, the so-called """"^ Kwsn-h reported on Ma Ui 0.6 million In tlstate lli.nfore, the amount and ~IB51 ,hjl > n l 2l) liie 1940 population price of steel tOM in determined P*l tv L ' ,nc pop"'1 IIUOB by census, wltn not by fie.l^rgainln^ and the J4 P" ,cnl ** America's weait. 45 mil! .... %  ,. | (Ws of SU p„|„ an( j while by 1931 that rich 5 pat f.ue. was an demand but bv .. prior BDd com,l '" 1 nl > ,8 P*' '' e t * "' %  ( led IHI mlllmn, with aa pulsorv goveniment plan This wealth. Tins jNMccful social revo nillion armsd, equirm not only the ovar-aU 'uuon lowera aquaUty, which i | live-year plans but hundreds ef achwviiuj men wan snj vtotm moujanda of short-run separaui suiu-capiuuiai re/oluuon, is inplans for each Industry. This creasing annually. In 1929, 1 per oeeassttates the most enormous "it of the population had 19.1 1.. >. %  :. ,„ u II "lit of (he WC.iltll. By 1"' nbly greater than even the swollen ih|v O^ropped to 1 7 pai cent, aboui bureaucracies of modern England two-thirds ol Ihe way '< Mnancta ind America. equality. Or to i.k< i This Soviet bureaucracy Is the betweso I8ai* and I9M, i. new ruling class. It cannot be re"" "' living in real wages (nuutsistcd from below by strikes or i"f due sUowance for InflaUo by opposiUon parties. It pays snd pricc-rtsesi rose 3S0 i>c, cen itself disproportionate salaries and K>r the American worker. And Ihll a larger percentage of worldly 'r |u^'. ab.-ut half a* many hou< goods than western capitalists 4 work i-c. weekl ..-... H .i MH.tn minority tmo receive in proflta. The gap in ' contrast, in Sov.et Rutl. Party, standard of living and in political lass lines are steadily Uahtenlng aoviei commi r An avsa (raster share ol ui naand his regimented labourers is '" ll11 ""omc and powci is goli .• "' < % %  >" far greater than between an to thai nny. i.io-'eudal oligarch. He extreme to such American millionaire snd his (only S per cent „( the populatioin ..nuii self-organised trade-union working known as the Communist Parts men. The power of the comMem.the nalvelj whsa reply i missar. who can have struteia ths old, simple Soviet peasant and free trade-unionists shot when nske I If hi* vlllase eOBtaJ as traitors, rsssssabtas not een ajuppoai The IMI populaUon 201 million %  aai 1940. %  %  %  i-m differs economically from UV' nor wayt I in thv Soviet, that |l owns all In ths 'i \ : l e uw total snd ui i private ownership known as tnV %  Hrteni ti ,„i ihrived down i 11 '"• but the exlrcme fulfillment of th here." Our I..MI,IS §sjas| . "ftn aurer Fnm Drh*n" In The Editor, Thv Advocate i II In your %  'ii I%  %  : %  !>: artk la to ths I %  \t ,\. and < %  psrueutai i>poU, but usually at spots which i%  %  appeal to be d Tor reducing tinAccidents Mso land lo occur at a eumbsi paru e ula r if i suapeel thai 4 ihs weak al vartous a*ho have studied lbs Mbp ii suggesi. IIUIIK %  i should be %  l Wide limit nf 30 in a Ii <':i the I tunas) thai one of %  a ifst] on it well )>•• u %  ml divert i illce energli i %  mail III .iTiing over of a pcdvsliLf. Ihe OdOS anUi.n .. eithei (i) to I par! %  i..: iced too far into thi road, "i parked t.• near M parked opposite anOUMU i .n on .i it. .in road, or parkinio'more'produ.-• ;i1 "ls*t wiShjuii lighU), or (It) iKn-'illing. eapeclall) when rot a aasvaral siieed In snare) sariwithoui glv ra Ukety to occui' should nuo : %  %  tvssa %  that llarbados ro-id i %  MR and built up fast driving, raking tn.-t the aaeoi the length of public mot in id.laland I i boel no miles ui.I l-> much surprised if the length that could on the %  %  -. be described as "buUI up wenoff from standstill ISJ any indication. 1 It Hi UlltlllC ur outside thai "pisiws of resort" which abut onto main n sd si sn niiMiitabic site %  i i in an age of motor traffic bs Itcansad in op%  latton not f< i pouea action Genvrully speaking, cxpsrtenea .... ^1 100 mites OrT'the'i : oM> miles any %  %  %  n mt dr.v1 fun.! tune to time On i '' %  '"> luc-haalsm %  y-walUnsT. if %  I absurd waste .<( ' md money if the ,,( i sbould in not endse '" tUSS aboui outmoded speed leers and I ava their use if aputed vehicles under estamlnallon (not 1 %  %  %  • exanuoattens on she road) and to sdueate Ihs pubUe, fan UM t,. -( ...I,,. ,i ,. .,.„. particular!'' b^rOUgn the schools UM considering the inIwn nvouio.1 if the vehicle I ft lUrlj Of involved I I been moe' %  %  |! roedi leading into Hut thai HTtdSSH ivy well peed bs t itulatad leal serious %  bad Judgment bs the driven i( the authoiitic* ure to accept the would bs 4 the pasd lui thing thai %  occur in %  peed limit i * dents quo! more nunYours faithfully. crvTIIT* 1 'Jfaesi Iltimv \iul Hrnhf' |_ To the } % %  Advocate. ago SS Barbawh. I aSl klna in nama during the building of the thii dd 72 would answi %  Bted • the. um add i the numbers n I ve around will i %  .iiscu"%  *r* • kstance in ihai the police ar,. main-matt* within the purtaining Hicm. For example spot.-view of their work. I9Z0 or 1930 it was announced that West Indians vim bad bsen working in Panama would i"' riven United States citizenship That announcement came in a time when it was sonounci that there were 50.000 Veal Indlans in Panama and they woul 1 %  ret ur ned to their homes i his sjranUng of riUaanshlp was the "iis"'i to wlu! v .e n'i;.ii-i. ...an unrsffesasars bsvdablB Pui •luiit wu .mnounced that the i hJldran born to Was) Indian parents would he entitled to American ettusmehlp. A few children who were Mien in K-irhadm and who had been -o born are now in the United Slates as a result It must be admitted that the financial condition of these people it list IKput down to their own careless way of life. But they had • BTTOd the Panama OovenrAODl during the Iwst years of their lives i-'id now they are "Back home and Broke i.o-t that the late Sir Harold Austin raised the matte) public!) and Shei some reference n to the Colonial Office hut the result no one seems lo know h might be that with Labour Governments all over the Has ii would be profitable to raise Ihc issues at meetings of the Caribbean Commission and the Barbados Government might ask Sn Qaotfl Seel to use his good offices and ask the Panama Governinenl for a pronouncement and the Colonial Office might think it worth while 10 intervene also. Al least these people have a strong moral claim on the Panama (low imnent for shelter and prolectiOO 'hiring 'he rest of then lives because they had served tha' country faithfully and well I .write this because a few months ago It was announced In Panama lhat there was some sugS lengthening the Canal l sounded good to Barbadian* who are always willing to travel wlure there is work to be done. But if those who are likely lo emigratS now if Ihc Canal is lo be ..t think of the treatment to those who havs i returnej and some who returned recently only lo die. there is little likelihood of anyone wanting to %  .numa. This is a matter which should bS %  a blgfSsf level than that BARBADIAN /V/.v Kaffhsswaae SIR,—Would you through the %  f your paper" I to .,vk Ifeose people who Sav. Poppy Raffle Books to return there • Ithooi further delay to the heads of their parssssas posalhle to have the raffli BttO all the books are returned. UtTHUR. roKsaatsre, Christ Church. Preen NEWtXI. ROUERS VDRK Britain's I rwompterM 0 Am.MK.i (aces a new aai. i are dissatisied. In part thi ast heard them nearly five years ago. t. Proctor, hi British lack aduptabil'1 : i J : %  [UBS to itUd) tfil ey Iraalat in sending dmnerwarf in willuw basketa nstead of cardboard b Beta mean %  xtra labour hen A department store buytssj manager says .' real spfU bv difficult (or British goods. ,ie too hlfch." Fair ol act ll considerable -mtncan raeiatance to tinBritish way ol nag business. GLOOM MO MKltKV CHMevTMAfl f.r shops En no gloomy Now York department store, %  iles are down ^l per cenl % %  Reasons given : "The: xcept customers No id lid ol beiiif nort any more. Many people have to spend K> much money lor food and housing to %  iave much left for gift:; CONTROL GENERAL Mm AUTlll'K wants tighter vilian control over the armed services. He rear America may be tumid into a military tiitTha fenaral, you remember, was reHresident Ti uman from his comi land in Japan on the ground that he was lowing too much diaregard of control from aebington. HUNTERS SCORE In New Jersey's deer-hunting sea1 n: 11.799 deer and eight hunters dead of guniot wounds; three hunters dead of hour! atick while hunting. DOGS EVERY DOG M \s Ills DAY.—No. I: Bach,day Harold Trowbridge hlree .1 UnrJ 1 1. 1 to nil dgar shop in Montclair, New Jersey With him goes Mai. a !.'(-year-old shepherd log who is going blind Sayi Trowbridge Mai is bain n tired 1 couidn't bear 10 re>loce him." Mr. Trowbridge ii blind, too %  Lit was Ins "poping aj a* %  %  No. 2: King, a while %  .paiiii.'i, had his 11. .ourt. His master, Robert Vrozga, sued Freo. .o.si lor J:700 fur shooting King. In a J,00U•*ord opinion, Judge C. C. McDonald awardI JC175. His ruling: Dogs may not •v killed (or such simple ollences as tipping ins''mis and walking 011 fresh cement. EBCATE AT TIIK SA.MK TIMK that one airlinei raahed In Elizabeth, New Jersey, killing 56. .nother made an emergency landing in i leatUra near Ainaiillo, Texas, with uxacll: .he same number of paaaengan. The pilot'.* nsUuineul baard ihowad lire in the plane %  'he Texas plane missed eome cows and stop -ed 5U fuet lrom a railway track along which i goods tram was speeding. Nobody wasmrl. No lire was found. THEaTT WIIII.I-: Roy Albm attended a lecture al lallas, Texas, on how to prevent car thefts, %  is car was stolen outside. I.ISTKM US TAI.KINt; OP THEFT, eight crooks kept he radio of their stolen car tuned in to thi oolice broadcasts and held six people prisonTS for four hours m ChkagO to-day whili .hey methodically broke open a safe and scaped with £2.650 in cash. ICE COUsBGE STADIUMS tor football teams are callexl bowls—like Eioaa Bowl. Sugai Bowl, Cotton Bowl. Most of them are in thi South where the sun shines warmly all winter. Now icy Alaska has an Ice Bowl. Uru versify of Alaska will play an Air Force team on December 31 if the weather is not colder than 53 degrees of frost. Another rule : There must be four inches of snow 01 the held to protect the player! from the iron hard frozen earth. I'KOSECITOK PRESIDENT TKl MANS answer to cor ruption in his Administration is a 6ft. 4 ins man with a bowler hat and handlebar moustache—Thomas F. Murphy. The Presidei.* aa of ihe most famous prosecutors in America all-our powers to drive bribe-takers or favour-givers out of office afurphy'i chief target will bt dishonest i.i\ collecb *-> Six of 64 collector* of internal revenue already have been sacked or have resigned ean he headed the criminal prosecution section in the New York District Attorney's office Ho never lost a case or an appeal. Then he became Police Commissioner, and drove out oH took bribes from gamblers Now Murphy has DM I national stage, Advocate Stationery "FLUm SPRXr /(/on \ SFUMK" Thv epieaafagi / nke '''•* Kuvinf! >V..../i rait* for p*Tfvctinn a/ IHMII ami .:•-,,! Hfti-n iirtTliiiulinn BsBBVSettqe; uml running rigging you ran re/v rt rtllifcsg %  gHaHf .i/ir/ U IKK, CAM \s ami uniyvs, la rnnurr maximum '•//*• rirnrr an till paint* of Sailing. C. S. Pitcher & Co. STA.\IIE.\ AND FACTORV OWNERS When repainting the insides of your molasses tanks, you cannot do bet ter than to specify . IVTKHV\TIO\Al .110 LASSES TA.Mi PAINT This is a paint specially prepared for the purpose. It is anti corrosive, and when completely dry will impart no flavour or odour to molasses, drinking water or foodstuffs. It is, incidentally, also waterproof and is. therefore, ideal for use in drink ing water tanks, food storage cham hers, refrigerators, etc. Obtainable in 1 gallon tins at $8.73. TRY A TIN AND BE CONVINCED. Da Costa & Co., Ltd. AGENTS FOR i.vi'i-.'ii.vvriovu. PAINTS. iM. ssssa COUPS wirii •ROTKINS CEBBALB MBAT8 lave Time Save Furl Chicken* shrrdded Wheat Daska \\ eeUbls Rabbtss I'ufled Wheat. Liver Grape Nuts Kidneys Bran Flakes. 1 tii Sausages lorn Flake* Bcrl PRMa, Oat flakes l* Ham* Lei Hams Cut WWCMMMM I-arse Tin Ham* luIMn Keirhup. 7' ; 01 at BrUket or Beef In tin* i•" per IH.I Italian Chill Kanee. T, oi Vienna Sausaie* al : it per bolllr I'rrpared MiuUrd. A M... KISH Z5c per bot A 1 Sauce, c per bot "moked Kipper* Smoked Haddock I ill-1 Holr Cod Roes .1 A H HHKAII KulU. Ilnl lr Hn ,t I'ilchard* \n. Inn iFreoch Brrjri and BSRAT KPT. rilONE FOR fOm Cabbage i \i.i: C'RFAM < lllllll...T CRACKF.R-* Bsjasa. TO-DAY :'arrota Phone GODDARDS W. II. Ii.





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PAOI I ii.in HlKIIAIiii-* MiMii u. ITEDN'1 SDA1 JANI .KV . 1M2 TASMANIA OUT FOR 225 RUNS Guillen Helps In Six Dismissals II.VI K\OI hi II WVAV Hum** Return IU IIXKOI I) l)\l.| 1 ictims In the Wetl Inaiemania tint and pecoren total >l Valentine took [out %  Indies Were no 'A M i four run %  Stnll%  ova Uex Huxloie Is No\l Kiva For Turpin Ry MORI.I. WHIUM. Middlr dolph Tit %  %  %  %  %  in opponvnl tor thi Brttflfa nun | Onl> On* i I 1 %  %  %  %  and manna II urtcomforlublo for four Amerl i ..Hiv. tWO llli %  i Italian and .1 Canadian—In thr two :. rights. •Hint Bril I Iddle-enafejhta %  no fault of Turpin iniil the %  baa been %  Uflbjam claim to flfht the 1 Now, BS 1 [pin iiitcis" bava riaei from n* ranks 11, Alex HuxWm and Croj tl 1 %  I M 1. ( %  %  K r> Bd R H 1 BaBBBM € rat-rt I %  %  :• \s j nmang Mnlitl.n III Dtnii :.rk W.M Cool £12 Bs Mil I 11 MTMOM %  %  %  %  %  %  %  %  Thank You the it t otra I 1 %  %  %  I %  %  ... 1 %  %  : pater A 1 1 v TECHNICAL ADVISER • rrom raga I %  Welcome s.s. C a fon HI TO TH — OF ORIENTAL GOODS! (awnal !•">>. Lavafej pjiaa v.ir %  i.l UkUtM .Irwallrr.v from India rapr%lrW. l aa lh a r < ar aa, mm Exjpt. • fta, Carv* lags nreaa i THANIS |K;ishm< r-| on N 1 \\ i'\i u 1 %  II 1 .-:,.. 1 It .' IN THE HOUSE YESTERDi) f Mr A*,. %  nuiul A 1 %  I ll 4i.i-.-M %  1 u,# Mi..u hn %  Hapa, 1 1 IBM %  %  Unuilnwrif 1 HIS Broaa 0**%  %  AiiKint. 1MI v\ smMA .11 mi*>. oi H.. ..... 1 i 1 %  %  HIT tn %  .Lipl-t—11 IhiWlfV l-*rl II. Capital. %  > .h—i, in MH> EHlmaW* ll U, •hnxinB l 1 • %  Hiitliiiii" 1 Ml bv II 'I I %  %  hi th* I drd 011 ttw'•('1 aaptow Iwr. IHI. in •'• %  I I %  .ipproval o( ii..... .1 %  %  Mr vi onHim uf awu .1 1 DM i .-I 1 %  • 1 ha KallmIUPVHIIUNI • I.WI at tl i lil Ifcr •wnai-'ian awml-. MM* %  %  lion with 1. 1 % %  %  lion d^fcunn wila inc tri*otmr'ii %  I MOM. ia 1 1 %  %  %  Mr MM %  u.lr, %  ..( IlwA.w %  ... Dlrarton *>vl>w II,. 1,1. lo •..Jil and Uilrt* tm.11 tr..%  I In* %  ... MM ..1 MM) .... 1 %  '.I, V:., %  1 p ItnJ.-i %  %  1 Safe Docking Of 'Flying KiiiT|*ri*r U Doiihiful Select Committee Ri'lMtrt Adopted c of A tin1.%  %  HUt Oil %  %  rallowii 1 .. The rrintin* < •MtimitM'f':—UK 1 1 r i1 1 1: Thr Daha t ai OaaaaaMlaa Honour the Speaker, 1 Messrs J. F. T Hraouui uHtaaHrj Aarieailan Bank r Bm nTakou %  kaaber al i. Beard ..i Man.. eaaaal el the \nn,iturii 1 real. niaht and the aea run, | 1. ffaicotl Mrnilirt^ >t\ thr IW.inl wf llir 1 ti uria i-H 11.nk 1 IMHC Eoterprlaa v ., I art n Of llir ItriiltPtiiv. 11 'liaalai Board: .. iMaorpriM. the itr.tisii tnnTwaau, haaard „_. .. "' %  "' '" *" %  "l "" aWaaaai rnl '" Mj '^" Bfl -: *" "— %  ana*. s SSr fta-i-j-T* tererlaa bach lo %  Inl.riir... ian to dock In ralmoulh —tT.r 11 %  1 Mt,.l ol .1. I .... 1. %  "OT M *-toto*r IWil. U tctwn I %  %  I tha lh .U' %  %  *.i. of • %  %  1 %  1 1 %  Tli.' H 'i %  %  %  %  III. HI %  | R| %  %  %  %  \\ lial's on Today thr third dart lir.irine of lha Bl I to Murdrr ('aiM' at Hi.i "iif nf Oravd seaalaw toon J.I„. I'all..* lourl. nnd lourl of Oriiiiul Jiiritdtalion in 1111 a.m. Mrrling or thr 4 olllli il ,.| |||. i h a me ar m Oaaaaaarea JI whlah aMtaaaa eaaaaaalBd with iha laaal i leetrh Sypnlt (nri'tir.iiiiii M ill !>•• .Il. l.-s,.,t Hill, ||, „. ||. \ aka '.n p.m. t %  Baad > \iiiui4i Varleb 1 aawerl Jt ihe Mrnl u Heapltal x.nn p.m. HebOa t in. I., i si.,,,, .u tn < Mherh t Seheol pasturr 7.45 p.m. row, A. B 8 i. %  ind H %  i Maemben of the iio*rd of \rr\.ullitrr: Mi : I 1 s' \ Konier, .i A J I. .: Sinth WEATHER REPORT ^ i si BO \v B a iaiai l from ( odrimton Ml II. .I I i -lillll'lll Mil -I I Leweal l>miTalurr: ia.a F Hind \locit>: H milrs |MT hear i'.. in. i. i (9 a.m 13 p.m.! "''if. IHII'I. BaaaaWi 149 a.m. Sunsrl: 5 .10 p m Mi—in rir-i (Jvartor linu at] i UahUaci * oo p.m. finch Tide: :i * a m I -'! p.m. !...,> rate: : ss am.. -'7 I*)vnni;('lisl Rt-itl Keturns Hit; Openi 111; January 1^1 al 7,15 p.m. Subj*H't: Sl'KAKS TO Tin; WOKI.H lllustral.Ml l>> S.iiiml Moving; Pattanaa continue flvi after. 9.1.5:' They'll Do It liverv Time "— By ^inmy Hatlo &f fJttLL DL'^5 TrJE BUPC'c AVWQKS HkV _.s£ A M'SSU JED v l^OBE-\PlHA.iy &QXXB>*MQ THE TUNE GOES-" WE rW5W IT ^LL THE TIME > KO-v THAT yOU KKJOA' WHAT SZLLS-XJO O0&*' TO SIT UP ALL fJlSMT A\2 00^SENOITIVJ -36MT" Atmy'. P. C. S. MAFFEI & CO., LTD. Top Scorers in Tailoring Prince Wm Honry Street When Vacationing in the Caribbean A (x/atcoinje X^ to the Passenger';. Captain and Crew of the R.M.S. CARONIA Walks in Barbadea WC anar lit'1 '.> thin) Limited. i iiiv illvim to x i-il l iiwrt y and. Coanaai arc Sltirkil(H">kin Glon %  \ru\ Ii l.(K Vl.l.V M \l>! BOUVBNII8 \ BPI i 1 U.TY. (WF SHEPHERD & Co., LKl. in. ii, Broad Sttoai and em %  an excel%  i Bolton Tropleal and Spi quali' B. IU< %  If Co. Mrrrliiiiil 1'niloi-s



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WEDNESDAY, JAM \RY 9. !52 BARBADOS ADVOCATE PACE THREE Ritual Murder Case iwnn: I.IVKII HI in % %  i %  I •sr thai Ihc child had Owing lo the .ould not • .], 1 ., C i,. I* it are N rman bepnt k of insects did not haw in ton* MM and possible bmiscould not s* The tissue oi ami soiled w toetn! only portion of Us %  The >ection bMl slate of bloodlessness of the tissues and he 1' post mortem stainjng Identify By Mole At thi* ktage of hi* examination Boyco BI condutlert Into the mortuar> i< She --tralKhlswsv pointed out to 4' V him. In the presence of the Coron" %  lift thiKh The cut section of the trunk showed moderate infe* fly larvae. Thise were larxer than the larvae of the 0OCU11 l!> Takfag Into consideration the decree of putrefaction, he is of the opinion that UM those of a child who had died two days previously and from the ..f the development of the fly larl !" vae and from the fact thai the i'_^„'.'. mould on which the laaaasni •* found traa drying And thai rain had not been recorded in that area September IS and 21 bul ...re* lhat a single birth i")l-—could be %  the same spot of more than one \ S, .„,(! |'..rt> S ur* rt-lemlr.it Hhnmoiid*. said that in conse4 s raporf made by Theresa B rlatttd Cove II a Ith %  %  inn i ru't \ 11.4 Rock Field. Hi %  ; Campbell There he bund what appeared to be a .win trash and .\,i ih Ha Ban thi feat Di Klfton who arrived sometime between 1 and 3 p.m. They removed the trash and found 'he buttocks and hild The remains wenremoved to the mortuary. .-; (he day Thrrrsa Boyce ..mi. to ihe Station and made a moat on the pp "^^ •* V MURDERER HAN<;ED FORTY -YF.^ Smety Hill i ,i guilt: %  %  year-old Winston CtM raid th< i The anaeuti Sft a m and a r of *Bivri..Mi. Dlaai M %  •t, M i B i %  Poltee Uagutrate •' Wat at sshteh %  mn .i banging The po*t was perfoi ( !irk' COLONIAL DEVELOPMENT a> nan Pace i Has Windwards' and u • later tl laW Secret..i> of %  will have a real .*ance iplalri the re oi ••huttajir un %  i. -offer leltnn %  "" been Dr. C, C. on* for Ml OH > speak on behalf al de. Imt on questions Ifarhtmr Log In Carlisle Bay %  %  M THIS i" the house In Pic Corner. St. Lucy where 23 nionla old (leoffrcy Boyoa usad to lie beftwe his death on Beptnnbtr IS Thi. picture w* taken yeatarday shortly after the Jury ha4 vialte* ths eeaoa of the alia*** crime Bait Pater Hole. Core, which Is near to Pie COHIT thai UM remains -huh ha exam""*" as?S*s* Day. -SfffflfiTEft S With regard "> '"-< %  riiuse "'Bourne and othar Policemen death, il was impossible for him 3 pr ) n -,. r ,howerf him %  -.not where Greax-es had taken th •"toy. on of the par. , u U i [pundL His examination . krll ,„,, ih, Hrar and heart. by Ih J w •"" '•" Sundn disclose any form of crlpplmw M Soiumvi said lhat Oraavas had :h, '" l l ; wasting or contraction of muscle brought baeh the le^s and buttnclc boxaa, trunks and associate! ith i.u.1;.%  k n u ir. in the dtractfc Apart from such round ""' Waal Indians were hlch would s. in that while being landed. Pc. ReJutnetl Taxi Drivers Wbtkets Gel Eagerly Await Bkfggag)B The Tourists Saei Ska %  i I s?h Ada "pa. v > %  oe. Bel M.ndala^ II uHtraxs u \ Mba %  < naae, ).ss IMU aew %  i %  i w %  i at M.V CM Cafrf. Cla • i >L i.M ton* oel. Seawall rut H.iggauc Wuiehouse steps DS li"- TAXl DSTVUtfl are laUn| %  I HMd l rade now that the UN %  baa begun, alog up the suggestion <*ioncr * ; K, Tn ..re hoping t. do very ^;, ,_ good business today when th* „,,. I.SISSS theChildS Uuver HIT!. .>nei ( ; rraVrs 1V iis .arrylng out th Thr JW Kodgers berlln* 1 ., by the Tourist CaeSai death, to develop the posture la •Hechnlquas" M was standing on alonj dock around M in tt!KI\ \l -. n. n i H"MiO in Oeeaaea vital importance such as *teilm. si 'peelal ItVWUal teriilone the fSBatiataJ exivn of each colon) eoneemed will uln i.t forward if 'tis (lovernment In this respect Finan.. v tan win b* following the proca loptad at a recent raw confervnee *^ fain i ..lonlal dclegn'i utvtted lo attend full wspMnan of ministers as equals We %  Indies delegate! vUl I all at Ihe West i nmmfttoa a in i have lawn resei i iraaxp % %  %  among tbemselveh gaff (,, It is unlikely Ihay will '|M-ak for ihe Hahamas who> tatlva Mi It. W layi.M srila the eleventh hour. >ni.it onii e spokesman .-•.mi today that the Bahamai only representation Hihl he ihroufh j M.,iiin. loauas Ladies Look! HANDKERCHIEFS Floral talgM, Clasjr*d Borders. I* o I k a Ihiis. Hliiie l.inen The bsjMSM INrinml and Chi. hramls. PrleM I'rom I7r. lo4Sr. CAVE SHEPHERD & CO.. LTD. 10-13 Broad Street which the remains were found (,„ top of a hill Sratchlnf, for lh MM and to hold lhat posture J T two ,.,,i,roach of anyone. icharg weic I a ran la %  U*rr"ff. csssaaaii I stoaei ,i i... i V M-..1..11 %  a* the baggage. Ri .lavs, therefore he concluded mat springer took then through taJtan lo hat sMa Isj receive \b dla a natural ki:-g.and arara then rows dv.ith i . %  i Plantaback to the Paggage Wsrehoir Under the cil hill. Hi owed stiiis where il *. lamied considered the llkelit f them a cave and laid that t> death, namely, haemorrhage and lh( ptece whet* Crraaves had loW Bsuatsatlf. Kllrhen aMM SB) daflnltel) ijn ,., heart and other furntture who n U %  ihat the hild did not die from lv „ Springer searched a portion used in tfvlr homca while i haemorrhage for In that case U Panama comprised a large part i, en bunrned. Superintendent Simmonds said the luggage land* Although a certain amount or th; ( .,, ,, ,.„ ln | d what Some of I %  ,i the t ongaa W o n a) tna tea nail couw springer had said about him but ran %  < ,,t UM Bagthuu done to curb ihi have resulted from the dependant h* dented aaalng 8| uaa fop hours waitn.: V ei v otbai oooasusai vrhan OUBM t i .,II here Th< plain Hi the tourist '" J USUalLy ver. slow. in a large measure nsr*aft % %  %  %  .M ..it t;"v. Springer nT.V UI1 „| „,,.,,. timm I ll when found the peeUli IwOwWI him %  le'trr from the bpoilrtlt lip from lh o hold of Ihe ;h.,* n SHJ 0* lot vlsttOni often M frmj , J.W. liltii i asW than until the tefca gswna time before bacomi %  local tram, raajuthe> did not charge oprmger^oeBBrtlculous search of UM bOMC ull cemmtt and :i many hieaehes of Ihe lew. enstody art st nearly always fi nails of children viotenl -1iiven the formal Of the lernains and Ihey S rsjsant al UM DUtrtcl *m laslon Sickle COOU Hate l>.ne It |fj FU Id, l>r Kir: while the body was In a huddles I led the postunn* 0l tht lafB Th* pOStUon could be placed in a sack, if the body had died naturally ami had beat beren. some i UK tor r,tne h ,,.,,. ^^ of ^ fu|nl) \*£&&J&^S£&i2miSfi SSal L.I h EoTfin that they had a sister oI bwn UuU eatr^ bloodlessness u Jackwm< s Michel lo underL ., ... ... X R i ,£ 1.I.S? tahes lina*' to ^......MKonent k m,w where lo find the road, AeMlm %  cause they wer concentrating someone else. Athistei Ihi Court adiourned until 10.00 am. todsv. The jurv viMteil the scene of the crime SIX MONTHS FOR LARCENY WAI.WVN. Polio Hi M.iny of them gave u "sigh of an the) taw iheir la-t piece of Uiggage brought up In UM SlilaC They knew thai the? did not hsvo much longer to wail the problems ..f UM Bai biidians who returnnl D get in touch stltn g* I their family wh UMJ I'll hare ena as over to v. nun with whom Ustj hsve not ELECTRICITY CUTS MEl MMIK' llrOSBii*' i noee oeneve-i l , | ^;. Mi" nf the situation J yaatas> kepi up eotraai nit;, of ttie bucsns "t %  i d chanfe i !K ; 1 rKLfto cTaln fluid U 3S nmv-iif y^WrihTpnperty of his residence. JrUld! wit MrnnSS ** %  W-*5 E ? In spite Ot Uun. they seemed very the blood would remain fluid up to waj eight or nine hours the following 1M1 night. Th.serrated edges of the .kin rail i nc by %  •ural sickleCross Kxmniitcd Crow eaamined by Mr i larl s Dr. Kirton said: I agree that tN— are four principal forms ot a phyxia. drowning, hanging. Btxa -.laiM nnA tii ff oca t ion It H lybody to ojulte hnpi I ,h: 1 •' killed by asphyxlsi wiU body showing avidenca caUM 1 do noi eniirelv a It is necessary to have body to d< due to ai showed mark; i of violence I agree in n dlsodvantage lungs tot The tattin, St. Michael BBW InBI on ItlT j December IS he MI* H nt i n ih. i i < %  % %  i ihe one for dSBBindll La lhat" men.u given hole five ye.irs' pen si servitude at Iho • " a was Court of Grand Seas Tl ; ,n,n, :r %  • --• -••• i.. ek to Barbados and seemed more conlie ami small %  mimen.nl Lodge I IancerliW | at the moment i.vei getting • n to nsduei <-.insiiinptlon by 20 Page 1 %  %  hat machine. h. affil i Ihi i .".rmttre believe.i thai if % % %  %  the dtfleulUej there Will be giMnlwill and u tent i this appeal Cul n> 20 Per Cent. In the twelve years lietween 1938— 1MB and IWll 1 IL. i. ., .-I n 3,OOu,0M snd now aw asdad 13 lOMod Flectricily con-nrnplion Daofl Than dontilcil fmm ^.120.000 t It O I I RICH IN PROTflN. BRAIN THE FOOD FOR AND NERVE KMFKOTI:. a cofwi'iitraUdfci .i imposed of milk poa ;. both skimmed and full cream, special! sj soya, National and barley flours, sOtubsa casein and prepared X wheat germ has beet designed to provide in I palatable form a 3 irly nourishing food bavarage, rich In protein, Hw \ nitrogenous principle of food BO n afj s asry lot DM builoing up X of the nerve and body tissues ami tin maintenance of health g and fitness. N TRY \ TIN—votrix ri:ix Tin: llllFI rti SCI 40I.I.I.VK nun. %  ISJaflM Broad & Tudor Slreell .'-'.-.'. -.',-.-.'.-.'.-,-.'.-/-,.,-,-.-.-.-.-.-.-. • .-.'.-;-,'.-,-, '.'.'.'.'.'Si's.'* 1 LSEFUL, GLASSWARE GOOD/VEAR THE LONG-LIFE HARDEST WFAR'N J TYRE SS..S •% (UV GARAGE TRADING Co.. Ltd. VICTORIA STREET W: CAN SITPLT VOr WITH Till FOLMfWIN MIVKUKST WOMEN L M i: i win i:i ^ Thi* Is what yon do: every night, at bedtime, smooth Poml's Cold Cream over fare and thnMi iih raw fUMgr-Up* Heniove the eieani, and with It every sargai af iliit and] ingfni Up TB n "rlntte" with more Cold Cream, for estra-eleanslns:. extra -softening. Very mon. your skin will l>e clearer, sntoothar, rOTOUl FOUNDATION AND PROTECTION By day, use a torn 11 of F | f-nndaUon. This n-Breayy rream wnl hold .mir powgaff mat' r.. r hours, snd protect your complexion from i **sV PONDS ami Wind Vanishing Cold Cieam '"Mill Start now U win th> I (hat can m you use Pond's Creams. Vuu'll find the %  OfasaVirhfM tars st sit the bent beauty counters. 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