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The Barbados advocate

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The Barbados advocate
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Barbados advocate (Bridgetown, Barbados : 1983)
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Sunday advocate
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Apr. 22, 1983-
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No issue published for May 3, 1983.
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Truman, in the annual State of the Union Message bef ore | B ‘dos. T'dad To WASHINGTON, Jan, 9. | jer of a 23-mont ld
the joint session of Congress summoned the nation to “move Churchill obtained from Truman eoffrey um on Septem}
‘i Y . rem r ‘ ) mn Oe (
full stream ahead” in the rearmament drive, because the Be Combined the long sought British veto ove 4 6° Pie case io baie
‘threat oi a world war is still very real” use of American air bases in 9. as f :
With British P > M . ‘ | : rye i il Britain for atomic bombing ©: wrs before the Hon. the 1
1 British Prime inister Winston Churchill in the 4m irave hi m disclosed on Wednesday. Justice Sir Allan Coll)
House gallery, Truman solemnly told the nation that 195? is A formal communique on the + the Court of Grant Se
a “crucial” year in the Free World’s defence effort. His Spending a few hours in Barba- results of the eon ace ae a PA a
message Eee the warning with some degree of hope. He ee a atten James A.)conterences pledged the two Eng- Mr. F. E. Field, Assist
“ | Fitzpatrick roducer of travél|/lish speaking countries to work :
said, “if we falter, we can lose all the > > mad = hs * : ; Attorney General is pri
I ; " * le gains we have made iilms of Hollywood, who is better] with other Free Countries “to in- sae wa Seniors So Pron
{ we drive ahead with courage and vigour and deter-|known as “The Voice of the|sure peace and security” ing for the Crown
mination, we can by the end of 1952, be in a pgsition of much | Globe The communique said, “We do C. H. Clarke, K.C., associa
greater security. He arrived here on the R.M.S.j|not believe war is inevitable, nis with Mr. G. B. Nile
If we put forth our best efforts ——-——— -——_———_ | Carenia which called here during}i§ the basis of our policies. We ‘ending Sprinver
this year—and next year—we can/ gv juhe day on its Great Africa—India|are willing at any time to exe & Ok j
be “over the hump” in our effort | Govt. W ill Release | Cruise Bore " wore? im re i. ne nearing:
to build strong defences.” . |} Mr, Fitzpatrick who is accom-]| 5¢t me ssues Dis 1 aa area 1.30 a.m. the jw
: r Me anied by his wife, told the Adve-}&? the peace of the world. he court as defer
rreuman COtUPtion | Fancy Molasses |eate yesterday that ducing the Inet|, FOr a long time Britein hes gate te ee es
an met the issue of corrup- | 3 eo bg - hap r 2 > 2 n hobo
ion in his administration with eal Report |20 years he had produced over 300 Serie ea At wasttle ie notated waste made by the
Vv ~ - lré | i § yric were str t ut-}| 2° r ae ae 2 tg 7 1¢@ 2OLICe,
pledge to weed out and punish| ar oe etn Gaia Pasian Biiteain, without British approval. Medivas tsibn vee. ais
r % doers—* ite see \ or ) » WV o-G yn-May ‘ ‘ a + ta i
ht aha f intend to see re The President of the Chamber Domne: ‘i The former Labour Prime Minis- witnesses who gave evi
a . sti Pe id not disclose any! of Commerce, Mr. D. G. Leacock mpan ter Clement Attlee over a year he prosecution “wens ore
ew plans Se £ 2 : ; 5 “ame I 5 * = F
Ree Silence SE Eat ou peel Jnr., informed a meeting of the| He now on this cruise to do]ago came to Washington on the ned by defence ¢
to submit further re eye on j= [Council cf that Chamber yester-|}more shooting for M.G.M. and} iss Ut a ny He uot iour and a half after he had
ations and invited Congress to one’ lay that he had been given the \'while in the West Indies, he will oH SR See One, ag, 1 detailed account of ho
operate in this effort. Ja ural by the Colonial Secre- combine scenes of Barbados and ah ne ee eee i: i } “ ” : ; a basket of Nowers to Conmodore R, G. Thelwell, on behalf of pent the day the child
Truman said that Congress oe that overninent would: re=/ Tequdsd sanake i pyc a ee ee aa ‘said 7 under as Freda Puneet ose haere the “Caronia” yesterday. Commodore Thelwell is Cap nurdered.
should d f ae lease _ Report of the Fancy Mo-| “Awaiting me in Cape Town are q 3 e Bar of ch y e 4 Pee eRe Moines i hell Larsen and ©o., Ltd., local agents He was arrested by the P
aa coo sane Lekorining too, “by js ioe Commission , two members of my crew and we|the arrangements made for com- tain of the “Caronia”. Mr. Edghill is a Director of Sar anschell La a i t
applying rigorous standards of |* i 5 Jao nenia) | Mor ‘fence, the U.S. has the use for the “Caronia” a Suspect in connectio
moral integrity in its own oper-| The President reminded mem- jAre goirs . nae ae ace a —_e ¥ : - eha es . . 1urder of Geoffrey Boyce bu
att ” : Mae ers } 1 ad mac . *s in Sout rica, e said. me roe f pavele : } .
ations”, bers that Mr. Thomas had mad |e ene tassel i aa Prin oe h-| Kingdom. re-affirm the under- e * . i G -pmiany Rejects terwards released. Eleven
He also urged it to limit:cam-|¢ Suggestion that governmen | a? re xa ; ae - ae Rif oe standing that the use of these 6 ye j tue A a ) J ‘ are to be called
* » © Lace ~~ aC: a :) P a vv B : » ‘eo . the son) o
paign spending and the custom of | 82° ld be ; sked to release the r« en eC Seaeencid 15.000, bases in an emergency would be ali on ta } Lil Ss | , PI lice after the legal at
protecting individuals in investi- por of the Commission and Bae eas tate the world. They] matter for joint decision by His it N Inspection ar ive concluded
gations. he had seen Mr. Adams, who told oar ‘ aaa de ‘ ie “aiftmrent Majesty’s Government and the e ‘ .
‘ . as » recore + 2 F | “¢ ‘ ace »
Mostly, Truman’s message was him that the report had been sent | Wil be aii Ba ORR A kaa U.S. Government in the light of o , , bo Unify Gernaany Supt. Recalled
‘ t. nguages and the English version : TT oD : |
an appeal to the nation not to|'® Governmen | ~~. - circumstances prevailing at the | ¢ Buosrintendank eines
let down in its efforts at a time He had spoken with the Colonial | will be narrated by him. time, | BERLIN, Jan. 9 all ‘te iy Q i aa
4 » ve ‘ é ec Oo give eviaence ye i
when the “world still walks in the ]Secretary a day or two after speak- ’ “tiv i } . ‘ t remier, Otte senile He aot ft
shadow of another world war” ing with Mr. Adams, and he was Constructive Aim European Army | SHORTLY after midday yesterday the famous Cunard ; ki ‘ a : on eet state ete a a oe . :
In this connection, he said that|given the assurance that every- Our tundamental purpose is # Other highiights of the com- World cruise liner Caronia (34,183 gross tons) steamed| " . eS ’ P S athe nt Moatent a ann Sept ah = = = 9
the first job on the home front “is thing possible would be done to] constructive one,” he said and add- munique were : European Defence Me al din », e ered he 1952 tou LENT : : vO Seas & mon eh , oes
j : Z > s i the 195 tourist sei n witing alifice Init "ha cf 1e ea
to move ahead full steam on our] expedite publication, as Govern-|ed: “We try to show what is night Anglo-American determination into Carlisle Bay and usherec n ha thout qualification, Unite i The charge was read to hir
a es } I f Barbad It left Barbados for Port-of-Sipain a Ll itio. inspection of the Sovie nd he was cautionec
Defence Programme.” He said that| ment was fully aware that it was|jfbout tne various places we visii| to encourage the development of or arbados € arbados I t eps tion 1 thine ic e was cautic ne :
the nation now has nearly 3,500,000 | urgent to have it published and we figure that what is wrong|/the European Army, which would o'clock last night he of Gt jeg aid oh ii I asked him whether he d
: : “nti ‘ , s g “ * : “op ” . { Mi , o \ he
men and women in the Armed is hone Of Our business po ae eee as @ Soon after arrival Mr Bobby Edghill. director of elec - hg Bisa . ay ae ~ or af he
Forces : As far as the film on Barbados] fu and equal partner.” Messrs. Hanschell, Larse & (‘o.. Lid sents for th line harge ¢ iurder anc re
A r } : Messrs. Hanschell, Larsen ¢ 0., Lid,, agen { Commission es ; ,
a }- 4 alone . 7 Te erne » re- As regards armany an iro~ ‘ my ne e was not obliged to say ar
He said Our objective is to 2 British Soldiers and Trinidad is concerned, he re a ree obra i and Bur , boarded the ship and presented to the captain, Commodore! ,. \; Kad. by the Claneral: Amami Whitavarhe-umuta’ wack
have an equipped active defence gretted that his stay would not be|pean in egration, e communiqu R. G. Thelwell, O.B.E., R.D., R.N.R.. a bouquet of flower Pa to investigat: ; ns haces ie te
force, in concert with the forces of Ki ll ad I T ili tong enough to do a full subject.|Said in part, “our two Govern- | } »40-da. , » RNR. a | ’ Paris, to. 1 cena ve been written down ar
our Allies, to deter aggression and uke m Ismailia He was, nowever, trying to geijments will continue to give full) © on behalf of the Barbados Publicity Committee pre juisites for free electior evidence against him
to inflict punishing losses on the ‘i some interesting sidelights. support to the efforts now bein: — rong reas The bouquet that addressed | exist both parts of piehmary “He volunteered to give a state
enemy. immediate! f i should CAIRO, Jan. 9 | “If it-is possible,” he said, ‘I will| made to establish a Buropean. De! “to the Captain and officers of the;is not a U.N, Commission, bu ment and Sgt,..Alleyne wi
be attacked ” we are not build- ee eee ee ptian | return to Barbados at a later date| fence Community ‘end’ will’ lend Frei hter In meet eRe eee eee nei feet aoe ‘and read it over to him. He
hie AE” EMG EL ein muniqued that one igyptian | 2 a ge Reese » idea} all assistance in its power in| from the Barback Publicit ‘ at fit was true and correct and
aes wee marries: i villager was wounded ag the re- i “Take PUR nen af * sHe bringing it to fruition. | ‘Committee and the people of He a aes the iiss N = Pee Alleyne and Cpl. Babb signed
é i L scale war, ye ‘ xchange f fire be- 5 4 a Theva sie: af} * ~ CY 3 ados” ) ed ith cxed ft WOLSEY 4 wry = sta ce . >
are putting ourselves in the posi- —. Forte S aeace es unknown island.’ Rd i Bah ‘he pe ang Rep : is ress MiP a ‘ sree " @nund ( i in Paris by the Soviet bloc,| Ss = a nae a
i , . ranidis i a ae : qT > ick é as ar-| P° no e choice betwe Ss, gernere &** ‘ ea Ts Agreemeni{}| >immonds was ke¢
tion to mobilize very rapidly if'we persons near Abusuweir, Ismailia, Mer, Bits Pareles Waa te > ae Ber Ameérican and British rifles and and Queen Anne’s La 1 the Potsdam Agreement ould fdentify the «tatement
have to, added | bados in 1932 when he was pro- “ : : . nawer we Ger in Sovereignty, and was] ¢
Wednesday morning. It tne Laide hia ht nd white pictures|® decision to continue with rifle SEATTLE, Jan, 9 bak the imitteaia tattnn 14 ' vent German uni-|defence Counsel Mr. (
Anti-Inflation Laws ee Cree ener ane 7) \ for M-G.M. At that time he pro-|2™munition being produced. The| The 7,800-ton freighter Penn- chips Yesterday most of the 267 bn, He said, “That's why we| be was going to object t
fematinns i ahs me eo called Barbados me two leaders agreed that both] sylvania with 46 crewmen aboard ve Stan Nusa” boats lets at | vain chige AS ' oe ey I “i ’ htt ee ments the accused 1}
Truman said, “Uur ay The communique said hat. 8} tein idad i the G an sf the Car-| countries will produce the new} called for aid in the storm swept eee hake 4 muied ra ae Govern-| have made b «
law was shot full of holes at the, British officer and an NCO ee biear “9 eee ae ' rifles only on an experimental! northern Pacific on Wednesday at where might well be ex rte ee ary ; iat t-|asked the Chief Justice t
last ion. This year it will be] killed in the engagement. —U.P. one scale.” | night as 45-foot seas pounded into | pect i nce the re imber ' : tae gr ay pi ot by|Jury to withdraw fror
one of the main tasks before Con- On the Atlantic Naval Command] her engine room and Number On 601, an average of more tha ’ e a eee es rr Sarat The Chief Just
to repair the damage and ‘® Ne they failed to reach decision but | hold through a crack in her hull. crewmen: teach: touriet i attack iat 7 oN is Pl ok finish the evidenc
t strong anti-inflation laws”. oy: 1 in nee agreed to continue discussion o! Seven vessels fought the raging The Caronia left Ne York or ‘kesmen on ae er the West first as he was on]
promised to hold the line on v it. Churchill refused to accept »| oecan toward the stricken freighter | January 5 and is due to arrive in mie ‘ abbott e Ki 1 Aden-| Statement and then thr t
prices “just as tightly as the law Supreme American Commander | 695 miles off Washington coast but | iprinidad tto-day and 1 leave | S7erm ye h davvanis toe ag UA a could be made afte
allows” with wage increases per- nearest aid was estimated 15 hous 5 ad ’ ta nm January uer FOVETAMETE
mitted only when ele dfly iisti 2 2 * € > Eastern Problems | away. | : : AL ‘on ad es : i ‘ th “ Howe there had been hopes Accused’'s Statement
fied,” under what he called sound Ins el &, a te] Far East: “The over riding nee ij; The Pennsylvania was “down atl take tourists acro fo ( t th Eastern State might al- ie hie laviis ‘
tabilization policies to counter the Communist threat| her head’-—-her Number One hold |ents in its itinerary he U.N. Commission to enter the ic th Ir : iO : ad
Truman was openly concerned 5 in this area transcends such diver=| so deep in the water that it raised |}, end at South I ! Zone as similarly East Ger see bing ‘ the E
over the possibility that Indo- r gencies as there are in our poli-| her rudder nearly out of the water 11] The return of at t t a delegation to Paris t na ' re ttt
See rete oe saree for a oO en an @ cies towards China.” Truman and] and so ordinary teering was im- | N¢ York is inch { in the « it te iftacking th tnt an Ps aint ‘
new Communist ack. He said i ; e Churchill pledged full eure for | possible.—U.P. Ifare on a Cunarde f tl " Parts a ; statement immediate!
“We can and must inerease aid to U.N, measures in Korea until} choice ag been y harged
t i » of ‘} ace restored and weloonis if | The er e will inch it oll said that Parlamen e sald the distance
the people of Asi That means i " peace is res | ve i vi . : ?
military aid, especially: to those* By HAROLD GI te ONDON.3 4 the three power military confer- ‘Flying Ent ri e!America (Bahi I ie. illed to diseuss the Kast Ger | Theresa Boyce’s house and El
‘ : in _-oht 1 an. 9. ence with France later this week y erprise i Africa (St. Hele Islar Draft Law, designed to re soyce’s house was abou
places like Indo-China, which vi ater >| < ero), ea el ; oad
might be Hardest hit by some new Preparations are already underway for the Commonwealth to nee security in south} A i ‘ Capetown, Port Elizal Dt { ually fa rmany rhe a wa r ok
Communist attack,” adding that} Finance Ministers Conference, opening on January 15 to|¢ast Asia. adrift i Pe sent Pay FWA ther Babout 40-teer scar wrens
asetets : ’ = re ae , 4 7 i * Middle East Britain and Zanzibar). Asia (Colombo, Ce German officials will mee [about 40 feet from Eleano h
> t Ac ate I : ‘ 7 ah nie ena a é é } Zanzibe f t I
Sochanans aid Tacha ents a survey the gravest crisis the Ster ling Area has faced in its America pledged themselves io} lon, Be mii y tndis Ader Afi er this law The We ind 35 from There
aid, g tec ra ; . . tate Pas nite "> ee +s . J 4%, ot f
instruction and capital investment history. The entire sterling area, including Britain, the promote the tability, peaceful] FALMOUTH, England, Jan. 10 7, Port Said), tl Medit rm Government rqpeated| Obliquely opposite y Gil
: Commonwealth except Canada, and a few other countries, development and _ prosperity” of} Captain Kurt Carlsen clung to (Haif A ndri rejected Communist bids fo: house. This was about 120 fe
Aid For Europe have only 50,000,000 remaining in the Treasury. area. The communique expressed | the bow of his pitching ship will N elle Git h talks, and told the Commun-} from where the child wa le
i uns : Q the . > > | . ~ . I J_N q ;
While the President foresaw a! — The Chancellor of the Hr ain that the proposed Allied | spray breaking over him as he ‘ a ( to accept U.N, control, if the;}to have been killed. There w
future in which Europe will not |Exchequer, R. A. Butler, point-| “UC * ro Soni bas se ui | Worked furiously with a hack saw | ourg, S« ; unifying elections inother house belongir to ¢
le ae . r -| 85 soon as possible because it} to clear away the fouled line and 5 :
depend on aid from this country, Bel G c. ing to a record drop of $934,000,-| ° : 0 ¢ I € 4 IN Austin. He had a d
& felt it is the best way of relieving t 5 y-line he Flyi frome tewohl, in place of U.N. action ot
he said, for the present weapons gian FOV ;000 during the last quarter of 4 > >|get a tow-line on the ying hildren. The disiance be
a a . tension in Egypt : Tho ele “ighte I KF ENPi ITs ed the es8tablishment of othe
must be sent in a large volume to 1951, has said that the loss could . | Enterprise, The cracked freighter RLF. E IDI’ i ; rill’s house and Austir
* 1 i > > cr 5 r “Tees As I Commission, five fro
our European allies. “I have di- Resi ns not be allowed to continue, He Iran Churchill and Truman | ¥@5 relling over to 80 degrees a sa alia a ai ithe vas about 150 feet
‘ : a : | . ay Facts “f y ; she fted in 23 foot waves about 0 an : t Germany and five from Wes : ‘
rected that weapons for Europe is intend to lay fact frankl; supported the recent proposal by’| She drif * . ippointed yesterda y the Cour he ages of those of A
; hof, ] es > Com- ; 7 | 9 ile: ' oF The * 0 a yes i mat o draw ti lav
be given very high priority.” before all members of the Com the International Bank of Recon- | 3) mile + Off Land End Th t of the Chambe of Commer . i ’ te ‘ ae Natic i ildren he vy were
Mindful that this is election year BRUSSELS, Jan. 9 nonwealth dat t ‘ruction and Development for | tow Brisa de, ae eee, to prepare exhi which ; A i | " pie. f Ge rm r ind 14. Du
the President expressed the hope e me Pelgtan Premier, Joseph | He a i pierre as sir the olving the Iranian nen 14 ; he a. ores a a en anc tbe sent to thi ‘ Bri pipe kie fafa, aol ace f his investigat
that democrats and Republicans 1olien, under heavy fire from , Stow , ; y wre a “Throughout our talks Tue; mate wager. Sea ” Industries Fai ; a , tactorr | Ne children |
could air their differences “with-|his own Social Christian Party, |Sterling Area is spending more} nan and Churchill said, “we have {to get the new line aboar The Cc ; : ro I of Eastern and we ter hit
out abandoning our bi-partisan|f0F economic policies, handed in | outside the Area than they are} i eon impressed by the need to} A report from destroyer Keith!) p G Jnr., Pr on law alre apr Gren: ap Gill had been intervie i
foreign policy for peace. his Government's resignation, ; earning inside it. _ 2 trengthen the North Atlantic|said Turmoil was waiting for f the Ch l S Grotewohl said that this proposa roncemat ta Gs ’
Oger e Republi ; i ie 15. | Pholien went to the Royal Palace; The real issue of the Common- lreaty Organisation, Carlsen to wave his life jacket in}4.,- Mr CG. H Kir nc id be sent to the West Ger oho M B: PREPORSY |
t ae ee . ees vig barr shortly before noon to submit the | wealth . Conference _ is whether —U.P. a signal to the tug to approach |yj,7) [yy Bundestag. —W.P. eee ay Austin. He cou )
1 OP iene eo ence Of such a “bi- | ccignations to King Baudouin jthe sterling Area institution fs EnterPrise and make a new remember if he asked hy th
ee a onan te ae WhO}! Premier Joseph Pholien, 67, |sufficiently valued ug arenerd ittempt te pass the line arene ter hushand had be
in us country should ease up under heavy fire from his own |membet to make them accep september 19. He i t i
in its global fight for peace, Tru- party for several weeks, owing |the harsh policy of restricted CRICKET NEWS Misfortune ruck Knterprise O e COE "Y I oO ‘ ior vhether she w he
man had one stern reminder. “The}to his economic policies decided |imports and internal economies fain when she was only 57 mile f y 1 nN ( a 1 1 family were at
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threat of war is still very real. We|to hand in the resignation of the |in order to build up defences for LUNCH SCORE from the sanctuary of Falmouth f the alleged snat , .
t > Pex z s 3] giz tovernme terling. Comments made by indi- : su To-day " rifting }
had one Pearl Harbour let’ s not} Belgian Government a a inéeitidrs’ attending the In the match between Tas harbour. To-day — she pee itd
get caught off guard again. Phol ; ; bat vic rs em ee ei Seat ne} mania and the West Indies at eastward at about three miles per | ib ? Mrs, Austin sid
1ollen, an ex-lawyer, has bee sonserence = indicatec nat sor 7 , The > yer i ve é + t .) : nl
Truman had one major depar-|head of Belgium's Social Christian Spout seek to present the need a Toner. ot ” peut ite CRetAay bed by po ni & ya OS ‘oH eg ne EMP On
: ats andin e had interviewed }
ture from his prepared state of the |Government since August 15, 1950,/for a special license to pend| rons for sae ae Ss ae r planes were passing constantly i 1 ime between September 2
Union message text and it earned |shortly after the compromise on|their earnings outside the Ster-| ets at lunch time to-day. overhead. Carlsen and Dancky Kb 4 1 SE Ri / Ve vl R D NIE D 2 .
him a round of applause when he |the Belgian Royal question barely |ling Area woeked trom dawn ‘until 10 an ALOE ' é ” * S had
A Z ere key ounh ‘s ren . Ww C “ s Sprir 1 bee ri
said: “My friends of Congress, less a ae ee aad amne peas Dollars To Spend trying to saw loose the wire noos« ea 2 lic M dont
than one third of the expenditures |signation stemmed from internz a, for example, wants to Y ° ose 8 . : 5 See A had nw ‘ tae ct ines he Canin vesterday dis olice 1
for the cost of World War II would |Party dispute, and it was not ex- wena. ght eh for Tecoma food Gairy Oriticises to wiifn pe, Oe, tow-ling A The Council of e ( hamber of i oH merce ' if re , Ht fe ‘ommitting the murder hetwe
have created the developments|Pected that the Socialist Opposi- supplies Other countries, like an SaaPEipC, ere cussed a letter from Mr. A. E. Taylor on behalf o ote September 19 and Sente
: a i | > rm ere or {> r 5 oe , 1 , lime w . ’ Ee uw . le ‘ , t '
necessary to feed the whole world Doni to oy =e roo an Australia and New Zealand want Governor Keepers, relative to the false rumours which have been cir- |e did not know un‘il ¢ '
so we would not have to stomach rate enrl spaak, wou ’ to spend dollars on capital goods . 1 A 1 . culated in regard to local hotel accommodation indictment stated
Communism. That is what he have ie rte as generally believed that |they cannot obtain inside oe From Our Own Corresponder Socia aviser The letter ted that }! to report it, ne did not know | ‘¢ ; tember 19. H
. aie “ * was 6 any * 1Ster Ares ue te »-armé > + 1} lit da ther yublicit oul be|r r
to fight and unless we fight that/King Baudouin would accept the Ste rling “ee we t a ey ae als GRENADA, Jan. 9 ve pi he Editorial he lay | hr spony ! ( F
battle and win it, we cannot win | Government's Retention aad be Suramar _ onference was|. 4t a public meeting last nig To Visit Wile dvocate c¢ ri cet | i ‘ cused
the cold war or the hot one}that a new Cabinet composed en- | 54! BF Pe aCe tet eee | Galry strongly criticised the Gov relative to the lack | ce date
ither 87 : =e “ bound to be difficult, but it was|Ve"y 4 a iain . . ; nodation ¢ f | Contacts
either.”—U.P. tirely of members of the majority Hot expected that any members | CTNOF $ recent use of veto power Fram Our Owe Copsesnandept) wet B a tid | ' es Publicity Com- Preliminary Hearing
Social Christian Party would take would seek to break away from! to retain the post of Assistant Ad PORT-OF-SPAIN, Jan ? Ps , : Pio ud it t 7 IDM j , : itt ,
its place } Stari oa s inistrator but only blamed Mr. Wilfred Chinn, Social Wel r , | . ere Revier suites ae Before the prelir
the Sterling Area man , . _* ; keepe it t to contradict th
Australia Ships | G : ‘onomic policies} Officials said that the special Arundell’s similar action to mein- fare Adviser to the Secretary of ; ah : SSE eus la witness had «a 1
’ me tae os 1 ond’ ‘che rns tion J difficulty which the Conference | tain the voiunteer constabulary State for the Colonies since ’ | ° aon er re t
‘n bo iternal and internationz f ; er : wi tate Be ee. crive’ in Deis | f mem be
hav ; 1. the rget for |would discuss was not the short-! on the imperial policy to malin “ is @xpected to arrive in ri +} Hotel wiation h tion }
en In Bulk Ist tor itic ad Fi ri, . ; . ns age of doll in Common- w and order by militarism. He on February 10, on hi rst He 1 Me NV Re - Stoll- 1 ( F.
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H* EXCELLENCY the Gov-

ernor has been informed
that His Majesty’s Ships Devon-
shire and Enard Bay will visit
Barbados from 8th to 14th Febru-
ary.

For Colonial Office Talks
Ss® GEORGE SEEL, K.C.M.G.,
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and fare, is leaving today for
Jamaica by air en route to Eng-
land, where he will have conver-
sation ith the Cok il Office
This will be the first visit paid by
Sir George to England since his

arrival in Barbados in April, 1950.
He expects to return in
three weeks.

Canadian Senator
S' NATOR NORMAN LAMBER1

two o1





member of the Upper House

of Canad.’s Federal Parliament
ttawa, accompanied by his wife

and daughter Lois flew in from
Canada yesterday morning by
T.C.A., to spend approximately
one month in Barbados. Senator
Lambert hos been a member of

Parliament for fourteen years. His
home is in Ottawa where he has
been living for the past eighteen
years,

A former journalist he was for
many years a correspondent to the
Toronto Globe—-now the Globe
and Mail.

Not on Board

of Geraldo’s orchestras
on board the Caronia
which paid a brief visit to Barba-
dos yesterday. While they are notj
members of his regular orchestra,
they play under his name.
Geraldo made the last Caribbean
cruise on the Caronia over Christ-
mas but he was not on board this

trip.
Eighth Visit
M* A, 1. GOLDBERG, Presi-
dent of A. I Goldberg,
wholesale. stationers of New
York City, accompanied by Mrs,
Goldberg, arrived here from New
York yestérday on the Coronia on
the Great Africa-India Cruise,
He told Carib that it was his
third cruise on the Coronia and
his 19th -cruise for 60 days or
longer. It was towever, hi
eighth trip to Barbados where he
was always happy to re-visit and
spend an- hour or two with the
natives whom he had always
found very lovable and peaceful

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Friends

MONG. the passengers mak-

ing the hundred-day cruise
on the ‘Coronia which called here
yesterday from New York, was
the Rt. Rev. Harold E. Sawyer,
retired Episcopalian Bishop of
Erie, Pennsylvania. He was
accompanied by Mr. Charles H.
Childs, a Banker and Broker of
Utica, New York.

Bishop Sawyer who has visited
Barbados on several occasions
previously, was last here in 1943.

Back to Trinidad
M*: L, CLYDE COZIER who

has been spending the
Christmas holidays with his
family, returned to Trinidad on
Tuesday morning by B.W.LA.



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‘LFRED E

BOYCE

Cerib ‘raining College
Graduate

ALFRED E. BOYCE, son

R
M of Mr. and Mrs. Alfred E.
joyce of Passage Road, St. Mich-
4el, Barbados, and graduate of the
Caribbean Training College, Trini-
aad, was recently appointed
accountant and Publishing Secre-

t.cy of the Surinam Mission of
Seventh-Day Adventists. He will
tuse up his appointment early this
month,

Mr, Boyce, a member of the Col-

lege Heralds who toured Barbados
early in 1950 wfil also be in charge
of the musie in the Evangelistic
Department of the Mission.

He was also a member of the
Combermere School Glee Club,
which school he attended before
going to ‘Trinidad. He spent five
years at the Caribbean Training
College Maracas, Trinidad, and
graduated in Decernber 1951 as a
business student.

‘Technical Course
Perea members of the Bar-

bados Staff of Cable &
Wireless (West Indies) Ltd.,
recently sat an Examination with
a view to qualifying for a course
in the technical side of the Com-
pany’s work. Messrs. E, St. C. L.
“Sunny” Gilkes and N, W. Smith
both produced a set of very cred-
itable papers and have been
accepted for the 1952 course,

It is hoped that they will sail
by Colombie in April and are
likely to be away from Barbados
for about twenty months. The
first part of their training will
be given in London, but for the

advanced section they will go to
the Company’s Residential Sahool
in Cornwall.

Calling

One of the Ten

RS. THOMAS B. .DAVIS,
prominent social -worker of
Mempriis, Tennessee who earlier
this year was selected as one of
the ten best dressed women of
the world for 1951, arrived here
yesterday on the R.M.S. Caronia.
She said that she had been to
the West Indies before, but thi
was ber first visit to Barbados.
She has already travelled around
the world and had made six
cruises on the Caronia, the last
being in December last year
when she was in the Caribbean.

Automobile Bible

ASSING through 3arbados

yesterday on the R.MS.
Caronia was Mrs, George F.
Slocum, President and owner of
the Automotive News—the Bible
of the Automotive Industry.

She said that the Automotive
news is a weekly publication with
a circulation of 49,000 which is
widely read all over che world.

Mrs. Slocum travelled on the
Caronia on a world cruise last
year, but this was her first visit
to the West Indies. She said that
she had a wonderful trip down
from New York and was delighted
to be in Barbados on such a
sunny day.

B.G. Footballer
R. EDWARD VAN_ GEN-
DEREN, British Guiana in-
tercolonial footballer is at present
spending two months’ holiday ii
Barbados. He arrived here over the
week-end from St. Lucia and has
also visited St. Vincent since he
left British Guiana.

His usual position in the B.G.
team is centre-forward. He hopes
to be here to see some of the local
footballers in action. Mr. Van Gen-
deren is a Jeweller in George-
town.

During his holiday here he is
staying at a house in Worthing
View.





Engaged
HE engagement is announced
in London of Mr. F. G.

“Sleepy” Smith, second son of Mr.
Cc, G. Smith, Headmaster of St.
Simon’s Mixed School, St. Andrew,
to Miss Lois E. Douglas, eldest
daughter of the late Dr. R. Douglas
and Mrs. M. Douglas of Kingston,
Jamaica,

Mr. Smith has just passed his
Bar Finals and will be called to
the Bar on February 5, 1952. Miss
Douglas is a Medical student at
Aberdeen University, Scotland.

Photographer
EEN taking a number of pic-
tures at the Baggage Ware-

house yesterday was Mr. C. G.
Casswell, Official Photographer
of the R.M.S. Coronia.

A native of Gloucestershire, he
was formerly a freelance pho-
tographer working for a number
of papers in Sussex for the past
three years before joining the
Coronia about a month ago.





Y THE WAY .... By Beachcomber

A MAN sat at table talking
with his mouth full. His
aged father, by the fire, who could

not understand a word of what
his son was saying, cried out:
“Sixty-one years ago, when you

were nine, I began to correct this

evil habit of yours. Since then
1 have constantly harped on the
grossness of talking with the

mouth full. My reproofs have had
no effect.” The man at the table,
still munching, made an unintelli-
gible sound. “Swallow your food
before. you speak!” said the old
father. “You can’t swallow this
food,” - interjected an aunt. It's
like furniture.” The old man
looked at her in amazement.
“What an utterly stupid observa-

tion,” he said.
* *
OW this man at the table
was wearing his waistcoat
back to front and his trousers
upside-down. The waistcoat hung
limply down over his chest like

a comic breastplate, and it
not buttoned behind. The
line of the trousers was
round the ankles. There was a
bunching round the calves, and
then, ‘as the trousers got nar-
rower, they were pulled tighter.
The turn-ups were arrested by
the bones of the knees, and the
garment could be pulled no
higher without bursting the
seams. So above the knees the
eater had only his loose-hanging
shirt to keep him warm. This,
too, the old father noticed with
acute displeasure and disapproval,

Time wore on. The old father

was
waist-
sagging

muttered angrily. The eater, his
mouth always full, muttered
unintelligibly. Presently the eater

sat back and wiped his face. His
mouth being now empty, he
stopped talking. The old man and
the aunt went up to bed, When
he heard the doors of the bed-
rooms shut, the eater got up and,
with a knowing smile, put” his
trousers on the right way up and
adjusted his waistcoat. Then he
too went up to his bedroom.
Next morning, the old father was
down early, to have a word with
his son, before the nonsense
started again. But he was too late,
The son’s mouth was already
full, and he was wearing his hat
strapped to his chest, and his
overcoat was tied round his neck.




HEN the aunt, now 61, came

down, she said to the old
man: “I have been reckoning up
Ben. I must have keen just one
year old when you first told Tim

not to talk with his mouth full.
I suppose he’s too old to grow up
now.”” There was no reply,

“MAS Bites Lion,” said the
headline, and I read no fur-
ther, wishing to keep my illu-
sions.. My psychological bureau
tells me that this might happen if
a man, lazily connecting lions
with biting, got the thing the
wrong way rourfd, and bit in-
stead of being bitten. I am re-
ferred, by Professor Mudder-
hjelm, of Uppsala, to the case of
a circus performer with a split
personality. His job was to put
his head in the lion’s mouth. One
day he put the lion’s head in his
own mouth, or as much of it as
would fit comfortably. The beast

was so astounded that it slowly
withdrew its head and stared at
the man in embarrassed surprise.

Twenty Years of Uproar

A N inquiry about the doping

of opera singers, to make
them go faster, recalls to me an
occasion when somebody tam-
pered with Emilia Rustiguzzi's
bucket of champagne before she
went on to sing Soldanella, The
diva sang and sang. Nobody else
got a chance. Bouncing about the
stage like a bewitched boulder,
she roared arias from a dozen
operas. The other singers left the
stage, the orche a stopped play-





ing, there were protests from the
wings, but still that mound of
melody continued to assault the
welkin Finally she fell, ex-
hausted, into the orchestra pit
and sank into an uneasy sleep,

with one leg coiled round an
oboe. The police were anxious to
question two weazle-faced men
in sweaters and caps who were
seen near Rustiguzzi’s dressing-
room earlier in the evening.

The shape of eggs to come
HE failure of an experiment

with a machine designed to
boil

eight eggs simultaneously
shows up the limitations of
science, By now there ought to

be egg-boiling machines the size
of power stations, capable of
mass-boiling millions of eggs. The
boiled eggs should be coming off
the conveyor-belts like hot cakes,
and from every boiling-centre
lorries, or better still, aircraft,
should be rushing the cooked
product to vast storage houses.
Here the boiled eggs should be
frozen and chemically treated, to
await export.

In passing

ROM complaints about the

contents of theatre pro-
grammes I gather that the space
reserved for information about
the play is being swallowed by
irrelevant advertisements. The
part of the programme I always
like is where it says: The cigar-
ette lit by Miss Loona Moon in
Act II is supplied by Toffle and
Bagshaw. Mr; Arthur Cursing’s
hair-oil comes from Maison Smar-
mi. From that it should not be
much of a jump to: Miss Gydia
Greengage cleans her teeth with
Snibbo. Mr. Charles Snadcombe
swears by Mobbleton’s Self-Clip
Braces.





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Mr. MAURICE McGREGOR

T.C,A’s Operations
Manager

R. F. MAURICE McGREGOR,

T.C.A’s Operations Manager
for the Atlantic arrived from
Montreal yesterday by T.C.A and
will be here for approximately
one week. He is a guest at the
Ocean View Hotel

Mr. McGregor is one of T.C.A’s
original pilots and joined the
company in September iys7. me
was a pilot on the ‘plane which
inaugurated T.C.A’s first passen-
ger-carrying flight between Van-
couver and Seattle. A year later
he flew the first T.C.A. ’plane in
regular air mail service between
Winnipeg and Vancouver. In 1940
he was made Assistant Superin-
tendent of Flight Operations in
Vancouver, In 1941 he was
appointed Operations Superin-
tendent of T.C.A’s Central Divi-
sion and later appointed to his
present position in April, 1946. As
Atlantic Operations Manager, Mr.
McGregor thas operationa] juris-
diction over all of T.C.A’s
overseas services which extend to
the United Kingdom, to Bermuda
and to the Caribbean area

Talking Point

Work is not the sovereign rem-
edy ... but it settles many prob-
lems.

—W. Hudson Shaw.

Incidental Intelligence

INCOLN’S Gettysburg address
contained 266 words, The
Ten Commandments contain 297

words. The Declaration of Inde-
pendence contains about 1,500
words. But the office of Price
Stabilisation order fixing prices

for cabbages contains 26,911 words,
—Congressman Arthur Miller, Ne-
braska

—L.E.S.



Across

1. Sweeta that make you resume

gin. (9)
1. Imitation oll-painting (y)
i). Mould valuable outdoors. (4)
12. It's shrew-like in the ring. (3)
13 Noticed in moving ritual. (4)
14. So silly. (5)
15. Covering for a broken rein, (4)
17. Better be out of it than tn. (4)
\9. With a tract at heart it has

defamed (4)
21. Seen in mellow condition. (3)
23. Sickly. sounds like an tncreased
(6)

offer.
24. Idles in slippy fasnion. (5)
25. One way to depend, (4)

Down
. Figures of letters
groomsman, (9)

trom the

1

2. No sapling by its sound. (5) —

3 One at many holders that are
soe e I t gern. (6)

. transparen eID. L

5. fis paintings imitate wood. (7)

6. With which you may remove
hovels. (6)

8. Leg I'd say was icy cold.

9. Condescending to (be
after a loud start. (7)

0. Shows rather in anguish. (4)

6. A test on this proves to be
excessive love. (4)

8. Work, (4) ;

0, Often cast before you du, (3).

2. By the Beachcomber one? (3)

(5)
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Solution of yesterday 5 puzzle. — Across:
L, Miniature; 8. Alone; 9, Olio, 11,
Odin. 13, Ton; 14. lodine: 15, Glace
17 Matiron): ¥0. Lien: 21, Nab,
Accountiant): @4. Pairs: 25. Use. 2%

27 Times. Down: 1. Manilla; 2
3 Noodle: 4, Indian: 5, Tone

10. One: 2

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HOLLYWOOD, Jan. 8.

United States television chiefs
fighting behing the scenes batt
topfend off attempts of Americar
tieatre interests to bring major
sporting events exclusively into
motion picture theatres, have won
thé campeign thus far.

With the exception of major
boxing events televised on ;
closed circuit to selected United
States movie theatres al] other
major attractions have been sent
into television owners’ living
rooms countrywide during recent
weeks.

Theatre bosses are yet to launch
a big-seale determined bid to
wrest these attractions away from
channels of television viewers. A
recent instance is the annual Rosé
Bowl Football classic held at Pas-
adena, Los Angeies suburbs. A
big sporting attraction which was
to be televised across the Uniteo
States by the National Broad-
casting Corporation, was surrend-
ered by theatre interests without
a spirited fight. Not since Loew’:
theatre group, has New York
scgoped television moguls in the
Ufiited States with exclusive tele-
vision of Sugar Ray Robinson—
Randolph Turpin middleweight
championship bout, has any the
tre group been able exclusively |
to telecast such an event for vis-
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Fashion News
For Men Only

Although there seems no doubt
that certain of the characteristics
which have been attributed to
Edwardianism in men’s clothe
will continue to influence styling
at least for the time being, a recent
exhibition by a group of West End
tailors in London gave an indics-
tion of fashion trends to come.
Double-breasted, worsted, suits
for instance, showed signs of
squaring-up in the jackets, giving
them a “military look”, based on
the outline of the officer’s Service
tunic.

Despite the fact that the tunic is
normally, a single breasted ger-
ment, some of its outer contour:
and the formal, “closed” look, can
be conveyed in the mid-waisted,
high fastening, double breasted
jacket. Shoulder and chest are
Square and fairly bold; the line
from waist to hip is straight and
what tailors call “easy.” The aim
of a designer would be to produce
a big, imposing, character in the



coat, yet without exaggerating
bodyline features. This is some-
thine quite different from the
eugh shave of an inverted peor

diced bythe ‘anerine down of
’ shoulders and chest to slim

9-fitting in the “athletie” line af
"o or three vears ago. And from
2 enrved line of the “barrel” hip
whieh nreceded that. |

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THURSDAY, JANUARY 10, 1952

$10,000 For Fishing
Boat Engines

Modernising

The Industry

Speeches from the Junior Member for the City, Mr.
A. E. S, Lewis, and the Senior Member for Christ Church,
Mr. C. E, Talma, when the House were debating a Resolu-
tion for $10,000 to add to loans for the rehabilitation of
the Fishing Industry on Tuesday, drew from the Leader
of the House, Mr, G. H. Adams, the remarks that, “Mem-

bers who say they support

the Government should take

the trouble to find out whether Government has a policy

for any particular thing and not
policy,” and, “I have never made

”

votes.

The Resolution was eventually
passed. The $10,000 is to enable
three boat owners to acquire en-
gines for their boats,

The Addendum to the Resolu-

tion states that in view of the
urgent need for increasing the
supply of fresh fish, it is pro-

posed to increase by $10,000 the
revolving fund at present operated
by the Fisheries Advisory Com-
mittee to enable loans to be made

to a limited number of fishing
boat owners to build powered
boats.

Prepared Speeches

Introducing the resolution, Mr.
Adams referred to speeches of
some members who had spoken
on the previous Resolution to help
fishermen, He ‘said that they
knew from experience that some
members came in with prepared
speeches and no matter what Gov-



ernment spokesmen might say,
they just went on with their
speeches,

He said the money was for a
loan not exceeding 50 per cent.
of the value of the boats.

They had found that they had
not got to go and persuade fish-

ermen to build new types of boats,
Government had for some time
been in an indirect way examin-
ing the problem of helping the fish-
ing industry to get bigger fishing
boats.

Some fishermen
their own experience
tage of the better type of boats
and had petitioned Government
to help them. It had come at a
time when the Government were

had seen by
the advan-

contemplating helping them. The
Government were only too glad
to know that they did not have

to go and persuade the fishermen
to try the new type of boat.

“There are three persons who
have these boats nearly finished,”
he said, “and we are asking for
this $10,000 to help buy engines.”

Since, he had heard that there
was another fisherman who might
come up with a similar request.
He mentioned it, he said, by way
of anticipating any accusations
from members if another sum was
required,

How Were They Selected

Mr. E, VD, Motuey (EK) said
he wanted to know what policy
had been adoptqd in selecting

the limited number and how many
had applied. It was within his
knowledge that a greater number
than tnree had applied and sev-
eral had been applying for some
time.

He would throw out the hint
that there was the feeling that it

should be seen to that the right
type of engines were got fo:
Barbados,

Mr. R. Mapp (L) said tha: tne
member Who had just spoken had
omewhat anticipated him He
wanted to know what was m int

when the addendum said a lim t-

ed number

Mr. W. A. Crawford (C) {
that they were faced in the Ho je
for a number of years with 16
question of cold storage facil ies.

“Now we are making pre ion
to enable boats to go great dis-
lances and we ne to 5 goin
greater hauls, I tir i con-
currently th ut ) provid-
ing cold storage facilities should
be consider

“Otherwise e would find that
these boats would go out and

bring in large hauls and the avai!-

able cold storage facilities will
not be enough to accommodate
the catch and a great deal will
be lost.

“IT think we should consider the
question of the amount of cold
storage available now and _ the

possibility of extension in the im-
mediate future.”

Mr. C. E. Talma (L) asked
whether this was something new
on the established principle of
the past. He said he was refer-
ring to the principle involved in
the addendum. Was the assist-
ance being given to boat owners
who might employ fishermen?

Fishermen on Committee

He said that there should be an
extension of the Fishing Advisory
Committee whereby expert and
experienced fishermen would be
included as members, That com-

mittee, constituted as it was,
might have very good academic
brains who could speak on the

theory of fishing but who did not
really understand the elementary
principles of fishing.



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suggest that there is no
a speech merely to catch

gest that this committee should
be changed and include about six
experienced fishermen from the
different fishing villages.

“Three can come from Christ
Church, one from Silver Sands,
one from Oistin and one from
St. Lawrence.

Mr. A. E. .S. Lewis (L) said
that he would suggest that if the
Honourable member's suggestion
was taken up there should be a
fisherman from the City.

Capitalists

He said that he could say that
the request that might be ex-
pected from a certain quarter was

going to be $10,000, It seemed
that a man who could invest
$10,000 was not a fisherman but
a capitalist.

“Refer this matter to a Select
Committee for a week and let
Government go and establish a

definite policy on which they are
going to make these loans,’ he
said, “You may be offending
some people.” Are you encourag-
ing people who have a great deal
of money to put out fishing boats

to prevent fish from going to
smaller fishermen?

Mr. F. E. Miller (L) said that
the Government had to be pro-

gressive and they should look for
a better type of fishing boat

The question was whether or
not the type of craft being sug-
gested would eliminate fishermen
they were so eager to serve

Mr. O. T. Allder (I) said that
people were always scrambling on
the beaches for fish when a boat
came in and whoever wanted
loans with a view to extending
the fishing industry should” be
given them. Government should
spend no less than $1,000,000 for
the extension of the fishing indus-
try. That that be done
was realised more when they saw
they paid so much for Canadian
salt fish,

should

Five Applied

Replying, Mr. Adams said that
members Who said they support-
ed the Government and had points
to make should take the trouble
to find out whether Government
had a policy or not.

Five people had applied to the

committee, he said, and one of
them was warned that the sum
of money he was asking for was
great and he was not likely to
get it.

Surely if the Honourable mem-
ber had any doubts about it, he
should at least have asked him
about it instead of coming to the

House and maki the sus ion





that the Govercvment had = no
pring

“T huve never made ; peech
merely to catch votes,” he aid
There i © principle that we
only | money to. fishermen
Wihe . y

He agree hat if Mr John
Mannit for mone t
build shing fleet, that was a
horse of another colour

“It is tragic that even ly imoli
cation s Governmn: should be
accused of 9 pe like that,’

The Go-vernmer pol in
Executive Com:n't! i veen,
“let us make a uuing and le

us get, say, six i ‘s.” When the
Government were contemplating
buying half a dozen, the Fishins
Committee wrote and told us
that three people had constructed
their boats and Government could
help them and watch the results.

So it had come to the satisfactory
pass that instead of hurting one’s
head as to who should be selected
to own the experimental boats,
thore were three people with boats
already.

The principle was the old prin-
ciple, It was the question of how
much money in the General Esti-
mates could be afforded to be used
for any particular item.

“Who on reflection
agine that if we had
tion from a man who



could im-
an applica-
was merely

out to make money out of the
fishing industry and who might
supplant fishermen, we would
lend him money?” he asked.

They had the Fishing Bill the
previous year and a_ fisherman
was defined as one who made his
ltving from fishing.

Mr. Talma (L) said that he had
only asked a question. He had
not stated that there had been any
departure, he had merely asked
whether there had been.

Admirable as the Resolution
a monopoly, With the passing of

the Resolution, he firmly believed
approach

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IT 1S 6 pi your employer YOUR employer (cares a YOU HAVE t merort n A RIVAL business exe offers YOUR EMPLOY! R ctated a gran matical erren
asks you to “come in and note that he cannot br con- npo but -wast t you a similar appotn tne o the r an inoorre Would you:—
bring your book,” You have tacted until next day. He that your employer is oul town one you hold, but at ¢ reatly (A) Stop his dictation and pdint it out? (B)
undertaken to meet a friend has a long-stand ng when shadow is suddenly increased salary Wow yOus~~ Correet it when typing and point it out afterwards ?
arriving on the boat train appointment that eT. silhouetted in the door his (A) Thank him bo refuse (C) Correct it when typing and say nothing ?
at 615 Would you:— noon Would you.- offic Would you politely? (B) Ask him ior time

(A) Go in, take the dicta- (A) Telephone all (A) Apologise and explar) that to think it over, and ¢ seuss it ndon Express Service
tion without comment? known haunts? (B) Mr. Jones told you he had.) | time with your present — eniplayer
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Government tor loans.

mr. &. a. Motley («£) said that
from Wwe spe€cnes, ne gaine:eu
that there wa@S an anti-Capiriiusis
leeling al.inougn it was generaily
Kuows tac most of ine inen wno
owned nsning boats were no
fisnermen bul small capitalists,

Bveryiuning used ih We risning

Inaustry snould be subsidisea,
paint, lumber, everything,” he
said. “One flying fish cost six
cents and was more nutritious

than a tin of sardines which cost
19 cents, If fishermen are to be
encouraged, Government should
ao something whereby they could
get their materials cheaper.”
Mr. Talma (L) said that when

Government saw that the three
boats were being used to profit,
Government should utilise the

Government boat “Investigator”
in the same way instead of allow-
ing it to be engaged by the Fisher-
ies Officer who went out purport-
ing to fish, but who did not really
go fishing.

Mr. Miller (L) said that the
“Investigator” had done a good
job for the Fishing Industry and
a tribute should he paid to it.

Mr. Adams (L) said that Civil
Servants could not defend them-
selves, It was easy for them to
accuse a Civil Servant of sheer
dishonesty as they had done. The
“Investigator” had done a good
job going out and finding fishing
banks and reporting to fishermen,
If there was any complaint, it was
that the “Investigator” went out
and fished and did not leave
enough fish for fishermen,

The Resolution was then passed,

ITALIAN
POLITICS
HAS LULL

By S. M. BOSSI

ROME, Jan. 7
lull on the Italian

is moving towards
end as all parties
manoeuvring for the

election. The most

pre-election test is
now scheduled for April, when
the Southern regions of the
country go to the polls for
their twice postponed local ad-
ministrative elections.

The Communists are hard
work in the South. But the chief
interest in political quarters is
centred not so much on the C m-
munists as on how well the
budding new Fascist Mover :snt
Socialista (M.S.1.) will do in ‘he
spring balloting,

The of the country h. 4
adminis sative elections duri:
1951 wih results in which both
non-Communists and Commu-
nists found comfort,

Communists and left-wing So-
cialists lost numerous important
communities in the 1951 balloting.
But returns also indicated that
the ruling Christian Democratic
Party suffered some loss of pop-
ular support not to benefit of the
Communists, but to the Liberals
and the M.S.1.

The Communists lost control of
such important centres as Flor-
ence, and Turin largely due to a
special electoral law, under
which the Christian Democrats
allied themselves with the right
wing Socialists and Republicans.

Thus, even where the Commu-
nists and left-wing Socialists
polled as many or even more
votes than in 1948, a centrist al-
jiance was able to defeat them.

In the South, the situation for
the Christian Democrats will be
aggravated by the fact that right-
ists and Conservatives Parties
are traditionally strong ‘there.
This will tend to splinter the
non-Communist vote even more
than in the North, and many ob-
servers predict that Monarchists
and the M.S.I. will prove strong-
est in Southern Balloting.—

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U.S. Has $2m To Spend ‘
On Libyan Nation

By MICHAEI

The United States will spend more than $2,000,000 this yea
on the uncertain future of the world’s newest and poorest
nation. It is Libya, the one time Roman Province, the lair
of barbary pirates, and former Italian colony, liberated in
the desert battles of Word War II.

It is a barren North African land
of poverty, disease, and ignorance,
It has a population of about
1,300,000, mostly Arabs.

On Christmas, Libya became the
first nation born under the
pices of the United Nations.

Few countries have ever begun
life with graver handicaps. Some
experts here doubted that even the
U.N. and the US., Britain and
France, could make a successful
concern of an area that in more
than 2,000 years has known neither
freedom nor prosperity.

They Will Try

But they will try—the U.N. be-
cause it sponsored Libya’s freedom,
Britain and France for historical
and strategic reasons, and the U.S.
because it has embarked on a pol-
icy of helping improve backward
areas. The U.S., is spending more
than $200,000,000 this year to pro-
vide Point Four technical assist-
ance to 33 of the world’s most
“underdeveloped” countries. Wash-
ington officials consider the make-
up of the new Libyan Government

aus-

as encouraging as could be ex-
pected.
It is a constitutional monarchy

headed by King Idris, once Fmir
of Cyrenaica, head of the Senussi
Mohammedan Sec‘, and the most
powerful, religious, and political
leader in Libya, Officials here con-
sider Idris and his Government to
be democratic, pro-Western, and
determined to make independence
work,

But the Government also is flat
broke. Unable to extract revenue
from its poverty ridden and prim-
itive people, it must depend en-
tirely on outvide aid. The U.N. and

the Big Three will spend about
$10,000,000 in 1952 to finance
Libya’s Government, to provide

technicians, to supply equipment,
and to make a start at raising eco-
nomic and educational standard:

Britain’s Grant

Briiain, which liberated, and
then occupied the States of Tri-

ol‘cnia and Cyrenaica in the
desert battles of World War II, is
turning over $6,000,000 to the Gov-
ernment to give it a start. 1. also
has agreed to underwrite any
deficits this year.

France, which liberated and oc-
cupied the State of Fezzan, i:
giving Government $500,000 and
supplying some technicians. French
and British funds will be for use by
the new Government.

The U.N. will send $1,500,000 for
a series of economic and industrial
surveys, and to provide technicians
this year.

The U.S. will spend $1,150,000
on her Point Four technical aid
programme and bear $900,000 of



the cost of the U.N. Programme
U.S, funds will be spent under:
U.S. controls.

The theory behind the Point Fou:
Programme js that economically
s rong nations are bulwark against
Communism. But there is also
another reason for aid to Libya,

Libya, lying west of Egypt ane
east of Tunisia, is along the air and
sea communications in the Med-
iterranean, and the jumping off
point for possible air strikes be-
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WASHINGTON, Jan. 7 |
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push “the prudent development ©. |
ur military strength—a strengu. |
well within our national capacity.’

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dominance in the air, despite th:

On Indo-China



Three Power Conference on Ind
China, Juin will meet represen
tives of the United States and
Britain in the American capital
January! 11th.

The Foreign Office announced
that the French Foreign Minis «



tremendous” amount of man- |

power and resources, the Soviet: |

PARIS, Jan. 7 were devoting to the effort. |

A communique said that t Vandenberg also said that thx
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nouncing any change in policy .
when he declared in Toulouse ov PARIS, Jan, 8
Sunday that France was willing Gilbert Benaim, Palaig De Sports |
to sign an “honourable armistic boxing promoter said the worla |
with Communist forces in Ind. - Welterweight title fight betweer
China Kid Gavilan of Cuba and Charles
An official spokesman said tf, Humez of France would not take |
France still insists that “the do pluce until the Frenchman is
be closed to Communism in Ind xiven a fair percentage of the
China once and for all” in an) purse. He said: “We have refused
final settlement of the wat olfers from Madison Square Gar-
—U.p, den for the fight, March 20,
because we want Madison people
to give Humez as big a percentage
FIVE SENTENCED as the one we offered Gavilan io

fight here,”

Henaim said: “A tight organized
iere either at the 20,000 people
capacity indoorg Palais De Sports,

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Tees ee ET ap. 7.’ Madison offer for Humez was only
accused were identified in a Pap (. é
didn 17 per cent with no guarantee and
broadeast, monitored in London, . iid they had refused although >
as Tadeusz Gluchowski, Waclaw vie ? ’ . . : ¥
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THE Colonial Development and Welfare

Organisation was set up by His Majesty’s
Government 1940 to keep under con-
tinuing review the social problems of the
West Indies and to be available to advise
Colonial Administrations on their prob-
lems. The Comptroller is directly respon-
sible to the Secretary of State for the

Colonies

The first Comptroller, the late Sir Frank
Stockdale, was appointed in July 1940 but
did not arrive in Barbados until early in
1941, that
period of almost eleven years the Organ-
West

co-ordinating

From time till now during a

isation has assisted the Indies with

expert advisers and in

actions on a regional basis. Successive
Comptroliers have also advised the Secre-
tary of State with regard to planning of
and the grant of

development schemes

financial assistance under the Colonial

Development and Welfare Act.

Sir George Seel came to the West Indies
in 1950 at a time when the West Indies
had begun to feel the effect of the earlier
movements which had been growing dur-
ing the period when Sir John Macpherson
and Sir Hubert Rance were Comptrollers.
His appointment in April 1950 followed a
meeting in Barbados in November 1949
when seven governors of British Caribbean
territories met together to hold an inquiry
on West Indian progress and aspirations.
At that time there was a very keen anti-
British sentiment in the area, That senti-
ment has now largely been dissipated and
is only sedulously fanned by those who
admire Russian imperialism and who
denounce Great Britain’s mistakes in the
West Indies to feather their own unsav-
oury nests.

It would be invidious to suggest that the
healthier relations now existing between
Great Britain and the West Indies were
due solely to the ‘Ambassadorship” of Sir
George: but those relations have improved
during his term of office as Comptroller.

Sir George was an Assistant Under
Secretary of State at the Colonial Office
before he accepted his present twin posts
of Comptroller and British Co-Chairman
of the Caribbean Commission. His pres-
ence here last year during the stormy
meetings with His Majesty’s Secretary for
Overseas Trade at Hastings House was
responsible for much pouring of oil on
troubled waters and at every regional con-
ference which he has opened and address-
ed during his stay of twenty months he
has displayed not only a grasp of the West
Indian point of view but a readiness to
suggest what support the West Indies
could expect from the United Kingdom in
attaining their desires.

'

The West Indies have every reason to
be grateful to Sir George Seel. Today he
leaves for Jamaica en route to the United
Kingdom, His visit back would have been
a subject for interest even though there
had been no change of Government in the
United Kingdom since his appointment.
The year 1952 might well prove to be that
“annus mirabilis” that was loosely applied
to 1950. There is at least-every reason for
believing that during 1952 the peoples of
the West Indies will decide once and for

—aliwhether they-intend to federate or not.
They will do this perhaps not because
they are interested in federation (there
can be few subjects about which they have
shown less interest) but because the con-
stitutional relationship now existing be-
tween the United Kingdom and the West
Indies makes such a decision imiperative
The United Kingdom must be told by the
West Indies whether they intend to join
together and prepare the way for becom-
ing a new Dominion.or whether they have
any alternative policy. to suggest.
The work begun by the Development
and Welfare Organisation in 1941
direct consequence of the report of the
West Indian Royal Commission in 1939
Wheels were set in motion then which
have gone on rolling until the whole Brit-
ish West Indies are astir with a peaceful
revolution, West Indian progress can be
further aided by the United Kingdom or
the West Indian peoples can _ substract
from or add to the achievement. What
cannot continue much longer is the pres-
ent unsatisfactory constitutional relation-
No doubt Sir
‘these questions will be sought by the Sec-
of State and the future of the
Development Welfare Organis
itself will depend on how they
answered by the West Indian peoples

was

ship. George’s views on

retary
and ation

are







The Men Who Flee~
Stalin’s Army —

i cep aan

sEFPTON DELMER has been given
access to an official report which for
the first time goes into just the sort

of detail the Iron Curtain was mean

to conceal—Instalment One of Priv
ate Lives eon «@ Seviet level
Do the Russians want to get
out of East Germany? Twice in



the last few days I have received

startling evidence that they may
that they would be glad io
rid of the burden.

The first

I_ met Count

cal brains

neo-

do
get
vecasion when
Westarp, the politi-
of West Germany's
Reme party — often
of having clandestine
relations with the Soviet authori-
ties. The count was in London
last. week in search of political
contacts here

It is his firm
me, that the Ru
to ithdraw the
yops fron
Westerners
as well.

The
reads

was

accused

belief

are

he told
anxiou
upation
IF we

vithdraw our

oc
Germany

would

t
re

Ru
to
inist

jans would
acrifice
Party
East
there

be quite
the Germ
and their
Germany ne
vere
inited Germany inde
both East and West
sians s¢ a kind
» camp

Com own

lieve if

reated



veen the tw
A Document
Now ’ I told the count
just like a }
excellently
Germans
and in blam-
their present

thi
ounds to me ece of
Soviet pr
saleulated
in wishful thinking
the West for

uncertainty

But—only a
I found new reason to think he
may be right in believing the
Russians would like to get out of
Germany if they could

This reason I found
studying a British official
ment which dermonstrates
the deterioration in the morale
of the Soviet occupation troops
in Germany has become a major
problem of military and political
security for the Soviet authori
lies.

ypaganda
to encourage

few hours later

while
docu-
that



1 would
member of

not now blame any
the Politburo who
decided that the best way to get
rid of this problem was to get
out of Germany.

98 Per Cent.

The document is a comprehen-

sive breakdown of reports on
conditions in the Soviet Union
given to the British authorities

by the most recent fugitives from
Stalin.

Ninety-eight per cent. of the
refugees are officers, N.C.O.’s, and
men of the Soviet occupation
army in Germany.

They have deserted from theii
units, crossed the zonal frontier,
and given themselves up to the
British.

Many more,
urrendered to
Americans,

The information these men are
giving to the skilled questioners
who examine them is, as I have
been able to assure myself, of
first-rate economic, political, and
military value.

It makes up just the kind of de-
tailed picture of the Soviet Union

of
the

course, have
French and





which the Iron Curtain’ was to
prevent us from getting.
Ground never before ~reveated





BARBADOS ADVOCATE

HOW THEY
GET AWAY

FUGITIVES’ accounts of
escapes suggest that
Stalin’s secret police are
far from being ail-know-
ing. For example :—

THIS is the story of the
Communist political com-
missar artillery captain
(“party organisers,” they
call them today) who was
discovered having a for-
bidden love affair with a
German gir!

HE WAS stationed at
time in Kaliningrad
meriy Koenigsberg)
East Prussia.

WHEN the commissar
found he was going to be
thrown out of the party
and = sent ack to old
mother Russia, he got his
German girl friend to fix
him up with the papers of
a German workmen, and
travelled to Leipzig.

HERE he was drafted into
a Soviet-owned and run
uranium mine,

HE HAD been thre
weeks when it came out
that this ‘German’ could
speak fluent Russian.

SO the director of the mine

the
(lor-
in

a fow

and his Russian secret
police adviser ordered
him to report for a
special training course

for foremen.

BUT the ex-commissar de-
cided that this was tempt-
ing fortune too far. He
and his German girl
friend made for the fron-
tier, and a few days later
he was telling his story
to British authorities.

AEE ET TT |

» Westerners is covered. For
these reports come from men
who: -—

1. BEFORE being called up oe-
cupied the most diverse positions
in Soviet life; and
2. LIVED and worked in widely
rated regions of the U.S.S.R.,
many of which have never before
been described in the West.

Bid To Frighten
SOVIET authorities in Germany
are justifiabty alarmed bout
these desertions. They are doing
everything possible to stop them
They have tried frighten
wnential deserters

BY TELLING THE
the fate that awaits their
fam'les if they desert;

BY TELLING THE TROOPS that
the Westerners do not wecept
deserters, but send them back
to the Soviet lines.

Broadeast talks on the B.B.C
by freshly arrived soldiers and
officers have done much to kill
the force of this threat.

Special screening has been in-
troduced for soldiers being posted
‘o Germany so that units there
shall include no unreliable ele-
ments. Security controls on the
frontier have been tightened,

Above all, an’ afteifipt is




sep

to

TROOPS of



being

Our Readers Say

Kstablishing A Technical
School

To the Editor, the Advocate,

SIK,—lIt is good to find that at
last a step has been made, toward
ffording young people in Barba-
dos opportunity for acquiring
a technical education, The House
of Assembly on Tuesday voted
the sum of $500 for the services
of an Adviser from British Gui-
ana,

This question of technical edu-
cation was raised long ago and it
vas Hon, Mr. Hutson in the Leg
islative Council who after calling
for papers, aired the whole matter
proving that if something was not
fone quickly we would lose the
benefit of the foundation which

e have been laying.

{t now transpires
mittee of the
recommended
$300,000 be

that a
Legislature had
that the sum ~ of
spent on establishing
uch a school, Mr, Adams says in
his speech introducing the
lution that the amount would be
used, among other things for pur-
hasing land, It does seem strange
that on every occasion the Govern
ment is called upon to dod some-
thing there must be this bugbear
of purchasing land, And it seems
that whenever the Gdvernment is

purchasing land _ it
when an

Com-

reso-

costs much

more than individual
aoes $0

The public who will be called
upon to foot this bill must wonder
what is the use of having lands
at Weymouth, land at Waterford
if more money is to be spent on
more land somewhere else. The
remaining portion of land at
Weymouth seems to be the ideal

place for the Technical School. Ii

central and within easy reach
cf the ‘bus routes. This is an
mportant factor because’ there
ill be pupils from every parish
ttending this school and just as
the ‘buses now converge on Har-
rison College, Combermere and

Queen's College as a focal point it
would be easy for the same
commodation to be rendered
those youngsters going to

Technical Seheol,

ac-
to
the

The taxpayers snould make
swrenuous objections to the pur-
chase of more land for this school,
If it cannot be built at Weymouth



there is enough space on the old
railway site where the U.S. Sav-
ings Department and the Creche
cf the Goodwill League to hold

@ building suitable for a Technical





School and again it will be cen-
dun
The money so saved might then
be ed for more equipment for
the School and this I understand
be extremely expensive
Th is a matter on which the
pe le who elected the present
Gov é should keep their
repre informed and re-
fuse d by I
{ esentative
\ If this
‘ c s je u
i e place vher ymebe

has land to sell and where it will
not be of easy access to boys from
all over the island it will fail in
its essential function.
INTERESTED

Sowing & Reaping



To the Editor, the Advocate,

SIR—I have been wondering
what the outcome of the line re-
cently taken by the successful La-
bour Party would be, and I gota
fairly clear cut picture a few
afternoons ago

Let me first remind your read-
ers that the Party Policy of cam-
paign was one of colour and class



discrimination. What can we ex-
pect from people whose leaders
decided one a_ poli that is
against the basic (eachings of
Christ?

A friend of mine who for the
past three years has gone to
Brown's Beach to buy fish, asked

me to take them there as it was
reported that there had been a
good catch of flying fish. I drop-
ped them off at tne Beach, drove
a little distance and turned. back

for’ the direction in which we
came, To my surprise my friend
Was already waiting for me

I was then told that although
the fisn was < sale, my friend
was informed that the “fish was
for niggers and they could not get
any.”

My signature this time can only

be

“O TEMPORA! O MORES!



London kopress Service.
Time to Change
To The Editor, The Advocate,—
SIR,—For weeks now
there has been adverse comment

some



made in your newspaper on the
ittitude of the men employed
by the Sanitary Commissioners
to flush the gutters in the City.
t is time that something be done
vbout as these men seem to
have. absolutely no consideration
for the other members of the
publi
Yest morning the cart
j is usual diagonally
ere Tudor Street opposite the
isiness place of Mr Victor
me of the Sanitgry Com-





THIS |
MAN
MADE

made to eliminate all contact}
between the occupying § forces |
and the German civilian acre
‘ion, |

Germans who used to wait on)
Soviet Army messes |



Russians in |
and transit hotels are being) 1}
repleged by Russians. | \

German barbers are no longer}

being ellowed to give shaves or |

haircuts to Soviet soldiers for
sen that their conversation) é 9 4 9
might prove subversive, }
Soviet troops are barred from |
all visits to German places of}
amusement. They are strict! :
forbidden to make friends with by Sefton Delmer
iny German girls, }
rhe result is that although) WHEN the first delicate soundings wert
Red Arny men in Germany are | aie i sr Vii ieee Atta ieee
be‘ter fed, better housed, and|/9ade proposing /america é I i
better clothed than at home,|George Frost Kennan as the new U.S. am-|

they are all grumbling bitterly.

“Being posted to Germany io- bassador ior Moscow the men of the Krem-|}

day,” said one young Soviet|jin were horrified. They turned him down}
Nicer, “is like being sent to a/,,_ a : , " aed

concentration camp.” | Liat. Yet Mr. Truman, announcing the ap-)
These Red Army i com- | pointment on Boxing Day, said the Russians |

yare ‘he standard © iving in;

fast Germany—a long way jhad agreed.

velow that of West Germany—| Only a few days ago Soviet officials, press- |

with their own miserable home

conditions. Reports come through |¢d for their opinion, fell silent or signifi-|

of suceessful a. The cantly changed the conversation. For they}
r er is close at hance anes ll
a Aad tebe a political com-| knew that he was the mysterious “Mr. X

missar of the aery ee ran ig, | Who tour years ago warned the West to meet
do anything about it, anothe . . E sa y ik ,
deserter is on his way , Russian non-co-operation with armed |

One unit 1 knew of lost four strength.

ee ted ere Moscow newspapers, under orders from |

To the Intelligence experts of above, singled out Kennan for special attack
wee ious decal) it sive . Kremlin Press officers, whose job it is to
of Soviet military ana industrial | keep in touch with the few foreign corre-}
ee es — blane and |Spondents allowed in Moscow, let it be un-}
intentions, the progress they are) derstood—‘not for quotation or attribution |
— ,to official Soviet sources, of course, please’

dich: teardaacinatine thing ici that Kennan was not acceptable, and that
the simple and “sober picture of tt would be unwise for Mr. Truman to put

life under Stalin os by a him forward.
-ross-secti of everyday us- ;
Stans tron’ 4 That did not cause much surprise among}

Pigeons ?





sians from all walks of life and

all_parts of the Soviet Union. |m-- colleagues in Moscow. For 47-year-old
Now you may say: How do | : iad

the British authorities know that six-footer George Kennan has two disquali-

these fugitives are not stoo:| fications which should automatically bar him

pigeons planted on us by the) |

Soviet to mislead us and spy on|!tom Russia.

us? 1. He speaks Russian fluently, reads

I can assure you that in every }and writes it well. j
case this possibility has been 2. He has been in the Soviet Union
considered. There is a long and}

Mireful check by highly experi-!before—as a diplomat for seven years—and |

enced examiners well versed in, . . ° aris |
vhe tricks of spies and counter. | ‘herefore has eae |



spies.

Only when they are perfectly | < ; : a as
satistad care WKe. inbete Cuentiiie’ Above all Kennan is inown in Moscow as |
deflector” and “reliable source’; the first director of the Washington policy-
appended to a_ fugitive report. e ‘ . ; ¢
AN thei Reporte forming. the and-planning staff which President Truman

basis of the document shown to|/set up in 1947 to help him with cold war |
me carry this label. strategy. |
Two Pictures IP ‘ |
The picture of the Soviet| The Truman doctrine, the Marshall Plan, |
Union shat these reports add up| the North Atlantic Pact, America’s interven- |
to is that of a drab, dilapidated | ;; i ‘ + ite
country inhabited by a pidated | tion in Korea at the head of the United |
undatted, M-clomad people, | Nations all stem from the analysis of Soviet |
with inefficiency, sloth, careless- |; ; 43 yt
negs,., apathy, 7. abd corruption | tention and political psychology made by |
everywhere, Kennan and his staff, |
t is a picture hard to reconcile 5
with that of the Kremlin herren . Even after he left the State Department |
valle producers of new guns, last year he gave advice to a pélitical group |
pear tart Cae ‘| of refugees from the Soviet Union and |
| Satellite countries who are planning their!
| liberation.

Le

I have a hunch about the Kremlin’s sudden |
‘change of line on a man who has conducted |
|a “private war” against it.
Can it be that the interval between the |
original “No” and the sudden “Yes” repre- |
sents exactly the time it took Stalin’s staff |
to translate into Russian, and for the great
man to read’ a book written by Kennan ?
This book, “American Diplomacy 1900 to |
'1950,” was published in October by the Uni-
versity of Chicago Press. I am certain that
the men in Moscow must be studying it with
attention—as Mr. Truman must have studied

missioners, The cart blocked the}
entire street for ten minutes and
no amount of coaxing or remon-
strance could make the men
move the cart or even try to eas? |
the situation.

In this queue from the Police
Barracks down past James Street
corner there were seven ‘buses
two Nationals and five from
country districts, two delivery
vans, four lorries, and nine cars,

It was approximately 9.05 a.in.

and so it ean be imagined that at it

pre Finny busiest periods of the ~”

day when people are still com- ‘Ss

ing into the City and others go- HER ‘HOPES’

ing to early breakfast the entire; Kennan reveals himself to ‘“world-saving,’

roadway was blocked. In sheer
disgust some of the people left
the cars and walked down to
Broad Street to do their shopping
while the car could follow later.

It cannot be argued that the
street must not be washed or the

which, in his opinion, has played too large

/a part in America’s conduct of foreign affairs |
| during the last 50 years.

He wants Americans to content themselves |

| with the “less ambitious and less inviting” |

gutters flushed; but surely the yes : : : :
Commissioners themselves Renties of America’s strictly limited national in-
that for this to be done at the, terests. |

peak hours between 9 and 11 a.m.
ee cause some inconvenience
n

the cart at such an angle that |
only one vehicle and sometimes

and undertakings here at home are decent
nothing can pass.

The C : ones, unsullied by arrogance or hostility to-)
ne Commissioners should con- «,- felus 3 i
sider flushing the putters in the| Wards other people, or delusions of superior-
erly. hours when the sweeping ity, then the pursuit of our national interest |
Ss done, : : 3
MOTORIST. jean pg fail to be conducive to a better
An Understaten Loar

P nent ‘ r :

He condemns the American habit of basing

{
To the Editor, the Advocate, ‘her hopes on “verbal undertakings” like the
SIR,—In a paragraph of Bridge- |

town Talk in your issue of Mon- }
aay ah inst. mention is made of | Nations Charter.

e fac’ at a corner of the we
joining Orn Thom Neat | Then when her hopes are dashed by cn
house and the Bethel Church was! peated vi ions she i i Bays
used as a urinal. This is an un- sae re ae ae ee a s |
derstatement possibly to attract, Proceeds to view the offending Powers as
hain to 7 mane se affairs }incorrigible criminals.

0 Olng into detail. r ; i

A look would satisfy the most | Kennan is non-committal about ed |
fetementes sat ees ci, United Nations, but he does hold that col-

s Ss far from satis : ; i
sont. j lective action should not be taken until the}

and is a blot even on Bridgetown
}advantages as well as the disadvantages o



with its antiquated methods.

aig entire length of the wall is| Unilateral action have been examined,

used as a urinal and the corner

looks more like a latrine. Besides EXCITING .... ;

all mis, mere i refuse scraps of} The despatch as ambassador to Moscow of |

paper, fruit skins, cocoanut shells , ; i i

cte, which in addition to the shail a man who has just put on record his dis-

maxis the Whole plage unsightly.| trust of collective approach in diplomacy

is time that the Sanitary Au- exciti J }

thority find means of prosecuting must be an exciting development for the

people — aout sanitary nui-| Russians. |

sances instez f waiti i : :

reas is eke bha thedl Paying = The Politburo will be only too ready to |
believe that Ambassador Kennan’s declara- |
tion in favour of modest and realistic nation- |

}alism in American diplomacy means that

tra staff for cleaning.
Besides all this there is the dan-
ger of typhoid to people who buy
refreshments there because of the
flies who go from the filth to the i i st < C r
a Vy
food, EF peomiewould stop tues America is at last about to do what the:
ing refreshments from people who| have so long wanted her to do: to abandon
sold there, they would in turn see > * z i E Jai
ORE AUAY he ‘ode pemiritnd ane he West and ae a unilateral patgain: |
sanitary nuisance there because it with the Kremlin.
would prevent their sales. They With that in mind they are ready to for-
would then inform the Police or : +, r thi 7
Sanitary Inspector of contributing | 8ive George Kennan everything—even that
to the unsightliness and filthiness| he speaks Russian and can see through them. |
of the place | L.E.S. \
-SANITATION. ' on aaa

What the U.S. needs, he says, is: “....The ||
addition to this the men put| courage to recognise that if our own purposes | )

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Ritual Murder Case

@ From Page 1

10, 1952

he did not see two people in the

Anthony had been with the miss- whole area.

ing child.

_ First Interview
3 The police first interviewed
Springer on September 22. He be-

* . . Haden Yearwood, ;

lieved it was Cpl. Bryan who first ane
interviewed Retucoee He was pe a oF Fie Comer,
taken to the Police Station, He aay e knew the Wednesday
(the Superintendent) arrived at

the Station at 6.53 p.m. and a '"8-

statement had already been taken.
Between September 22 at 6.53
p.m. and the date on which he

was formally charged he was at Phillips there. Philips was coming Burton Springer.

Crab Hill Station

made by Sgt. Alleyne, he told him
to let Springer stay at the Station

On September 24 Springer went
out with the police over the dis-
trict showing them various spots.
The police had taken him to the

district. When the demonstration iecaves and they would not turn. L.—91 for

was over he returned to Crab Hill
by the van

When the demonstration was
made on September 24 Inspector
Bourne, Sgt. Alleyne, Cpl. Babb,
Cpl. Bryan, detective canstable
Garfield Sargeant, detective con-
stable Bourne and detective con-
stable Jessamy were present.

Colvin Phillips was interviewed
prior to October 5. He was not
sure where Phillips was first in-
terviewed. He was not sure either
if Phillips was interviewed for the
first time before Springer was
charged. Phillips was never de-
tained at Crab Hill. After Spring-
er was formally charged Phillips
was suspected.

“I still suspect Phillips as an
accomplice,” he said, He did not
suspect any other people. There
had been another who was elim-
inated The eliminated person
was Mclvor Greaves. He had
been taken up by the police on
September 23. He had had explo-
sive substance in his possession
He also had a kind of fluid in a
phial which was sent to the Gov-
ernment Analyst.

Spot Covered

“When Colvin Phillips indicated
the spot where the child’s blood
was supposed to have been poured
on the ground by the prisoner, I
was present,” he said, ‘Normally
it would be shielded from rain.
There had been excessive rains
between September J9 and the
time Phillips showed the Police the
spot. 1 sent samples of the earth,
rocks and other things about the





cave to the Government Bacterio- brother they were a little more istrate that I first heard the news

logist but got no returns.” —
He had sent the clothes Springer
had been wearing to the Govern-

ment Bacteriologist. The r

was negative. The bucket in sea eggs.

which the blood was alleged to The ‘book eppeared to be a

have been poured was never sent scripture book,

to be tested. He did not send the People were in the habit of
bucket to the Government Bac- passing by Maude Gill and the
teriologist because it had been Boyces’ when going to the beach. grant.

used at the sea and he felt that
any matter would have been
washed away, He had still taken
the bucket because it was refer-
red to by a witness. Colvin Phil-
lips had not been sure that the
bucket eventually taken was the
bucket used for the child’s blood.
None of the objects spoken of
by Colvin Phillips, the sickle, jar
nor torchlight had been found.
The lower part of the body was
found on the police’s own investi-
gation, not by the result of any-
thing said by Phillips.
Mclvor Greaves was released,

as far as he remembered, on Sep- shoemaker of Pie Corner, said he asked Burton Springer if he was
tember 26. Greaves was convict- knew Burton Springer from the the

ed for having explosive substance.
He was not carried back to Crab
Hill Station after that.

Some of Austin’s children used
to go to school, but he could not
say whether any of them were at
scnool on September 19.



Boyce's child was reported miss- Was taken to the Crab Hill Sub-

“I went down
Bay to buy sea eggs and saw
Bu ton Springer, his brother and

On September out otf the sea with a bucket of home fixing Marcus Boyce's shoes
22 in consequence of a report Water, The accused was putting that day

sea eggs On a rock, I asked them
to sell me a tin of sea eggs and
Burton told me he could not sell
me any.

“IT saw a book on the sand and
took it up. 1 tried to turn the

The leaves seemed stuck. I ask-
ed whether I could borrow the
book and Burton said, “no.”

“The title of the book was
“Home in Paradise” or “Home
and Paradise” and on the front
page was printed § information
about the casting down of Satan

Hands Washed

“We began to leave and when
we got to Rock’s Bay Burton
washed his hands. After he had
done this, I returned the book
him,

“The four of them separated in
two pairs, the accused and his
brother going the Upper Road
and Phillips and he the lower.”

When they got to Phillips’ home
Phillips stopped and he went to
Austin's shop.

He knew MclIvor Greaves, but
he did not see him that morning.
He knew Phillips and Burton
Springer from schoo] days.

Cross-examined by Mr. Clarke,
he said that the Austin to whose
hop he had gone was about «
mile from Thereza Boyce’s house

Goat House Bay and Thereza
Boyce’s house we.e about a miie
and a half trom each other.

oO

When he saw _ Springer his
brother and Phillips on Goat
House [¢ay they were ready to
leave,

He lived about two miles from
Burton Springer.

When he went down on_ th:
beach it was about 11,30 am.
When he left Burton. and _ his

than a mile from Thereza Boyce’s
house,

Burton had washed his hands

return because they were raw with the Regiment for over a year and can-

Burton's brother Vivian and
Phillips were very friendly. He
had heard of the missing child

about 7.30 that night. He was not
a friend of either the Springers or
Phillips,

Phillips would have reached
home sometime after 12 o'clock
after they had left the beach
Burton would have got home

about 12.50 p.m. The distance be-

tween Burton’s home and Boyce’s

was about a quarter of a mile.
Shoe Maker’s Evidence

MelIvor Greaves, a 30-year-old

time Burton was a boy. They
were on speaking terms though
not on smoking or drinking terms,

to Goat House searched, he said

BARBADOS

ADVOCATE



on Con Boyce’s truck L-34, and
I saw Burton. The truck was
coming to Bridgetown. I was sit-
ting in the front and Burton be-
hind. I did not know where Bur-
ton got off. I went to the market

Favour

22-year- on the truck and eventually got
aid off on the wharf.”

Mn the following Sunday

he
Station after his house had been

He ‘saw Burton
there
On Septembx. 18 he did not see

He had been

System.
The matter was ciscussed by
Carried Keys tthe Council of the Chamber. otf

Commerce yesterday when fhey
On September 19, he left home dealt with a letter from the Colo-
about 5.55 a.m. and carried the Mal Secretary, in which was en-
school keys to the sexton’s house, Closed extracts from a circular
He then took the 6 o’clock bus despatch from the Secretary of
Bridgetown, He came State for the Colonies on the sub-
to town and after being in town /&** of the relationship between

tor some time he bought some the two systems, and in which the

tontiner. seen Secretary invited the
He left town about 10.15 a.m. Chamber to express their views

and returned to Pie Corner," =e mene

reaching there about 11.53 a.m y il’

He went he opened his shop | Council’s Reply

ei went in'o Austin’s shop and The Council decided to reply

enue Apa sugar. He then re-/ stating that from the knowledge
"“T went o, Be ht ek they had, they did not see what

P in‘o the nearby church | was to be gained by making the

and read from a Bible. I left about proposed change ;

1.15 v.m. when the children had | J

The despatch from the Secre-
tary of State said that the Com-
mittee set up by the President of
the Board of Trade had presented
its report in May last, and among
their recommendations were pro-
}posals that the United Kingdom
|; should, over a period of about 20
| years, abandon the Imperial Sys-
tem of measurements in favour of
the Metric System, and that quite
apart from the proposal the pres-
jent definition of the Imperial yard
jand pound based on physical ex-
amples kept at Westminster should

gone back to s*hool.

“I then went to Irene Austin’s |
house and bought bread, bananas
and fish cakes. I carried these
items into the church and ate
them. After eating I read_unti!
atout 2.45 p.m. from the Bible.”

He returned to the church
where he ate again until 3.15 p.m,
when he went home.

“I stayed home 15 minutes and
then went down by Goddard's
shop until 4.30 p.m. While there
I saw Thereza Boyce but we had
no conversation.” | be altered_to one based on a pro-

The first time he knew the child | portion of the International Metre
was missing was about 8.15 p.m ..| and Kilogram kept in Paris.
he said. He did not see Burton) The circular stated that pros-
Springer anytime that day. |pects of the abandonment of the



an . | Imperial or yard and pound sys-

- eo | A : ”
Cross-Examined jtem would give rise not only to
Cre_s-examined by Mr, Clarke,| Very serious practical difficulties,
Nelvor Greaves said: “I first]/but also to a number of awkward

heard the child was missing from political and other considerations

two women about 8 >.m. on the :
night of September 19, Difficult
“IT saw the child’s mother and all oe :
said nothing to her. I cannot re- ditt eae a face rin ab
member telling the Police Mag-| cr? °°" mas Ne ye
given prolonged consideration to
= this resommendation but they
fr . , , P| 0) .
gouaie a seo Gaver enue were impressed by the difficulties
Cranes soldier in Ka Trinidad of implementing it and did not

wish to be committed to it in any
way. Since, however, in any fur-
ther consideration they might give
to it, the attitude of other coun-
tries using the Imperial system
would be of great importance, it
would be helpful if, should there
be a sufficiently strong feeling on
the subject, an opinion as regards
the possible reaction of the terri-

not remember the day I was dis-
charged but the year was 1945
| returned to Barbados and I am
I went to the
States twice as an emi-
I have never killed pigs.”

Greaves said on September 23
he was arrested by the Police for
having an explosive substance in

now a shoemaker.
TInited





is ssessi » s taken to] tory. : ‘
Tee er ee ig AR Following this despatch, — the
Springer. He was kept jn cus- Chamber of Commerce was asked
they for seven or eight days at to give an immediate view wheth-
Crab Hill Police Station, Eventu-|€? the long term proposal was ac-

cepted or not, the Imperial yard

ally he was convicted by the Mag- should be defined as 0.9144 of the

istrate, reprime dan dis-
secwad Erarnyae ee oe International Metre exactly, and
While in custody he was taken |the Imperial pound as either

0.453 592 37 or 0.453 592 3 of
the International Kilogram exact-
ly, and the United States Govern-
ment should be informed ‘of’ the
proposals at an early date in the
hope of securing identical values

by the Police to Mle Corner Be-
fore he was convicted he was
taken to Pie Corner, St. Lucey, in
the Police van, Capt, Simmonds
man he accused abvout the
child, Springer said ‘yes’

The accused and himself were
taken to Crab Hill by the Police

nt

from Crab Hill the loss of a child



Re-examined About September 13, he was by van. This happened in the eve-|named Geoffrey Boyce On Sep-
Re-examined by the King’s Samuel Goddard's shop at Pie ning. He could not remember |tember 22 about 9.30 a.m, he saw
Prosecutor, he said that he had Corner about 4 30 p.m. Burton Capt Simmonds saving something | the accused standing at Pie Corner
not been told that Anthony, the came down the road and called to a Police Constable Sergeant and asked him if he knew any-
dead child’s brother, had been him. Knife Left thing of the child. He was not
playing with him when he was “He showed m we. pleces af nite Le the first person he (Bryan) asked,
snatched, He had been impressed paper. One was from Canada an lot ; ‘ked |The accused said he was going
Rune ile investigation that the that read, ‘Sorry, Mr. Burton ue seiiina cheek oo eee to Crab Hill Station and both of
dead child had been with the Springer, you cannot be enlisted ty. police showed his knife to|them went to the Station, He
three and a half-year-old oii. token British Territory to the Springer. Springer did not iden-| walked with the acc da part of

When Springer pointed
various points at Cove Hole, he
appeared to be doing so quite
willingly. Between September 1¢
and 21 much rain had fallen.

He visited the scene of the
alleged murder between Septem-
ber and the present time about 12
times. He remembered going
there at mid4ay one Sunday and



Army. You have to
leave and come to Canada.’ The
other one said he had to come to





tify the knife. He did not hear
a Police Constable say anything

the way to the Station,

i i pir arrival at the Station

about getting the right man.| On their arrival at the :
“ sei — sie age: he pe Springer did not tell him about the accused gave him a Haran nt
é annot remember which of th. letters 'in Capt. Simmonds’ |which he took down In writiig
ei chic hg Me pad sp at presence, and read it to him, The state-

to him when I had read them. I
had no further conversation with
him. ‘

On the following Friday I was

YACHTING SEASON
OPENS SATURDAY

THE R.B.Y.C. will hold their First Regatta at 2.30 p.m.
on Saturday to open the 1952 yachting season. Forty-one

boats have been handicappe
all will be prepared for this







































d, but it is doubtful whether
race,







ment was taken about 10.50 a.m,

At this stage Greaves was re-
called to the witness stand to
identfy Cpl. Bryan who was
standing in the Court room who
he (Greaves) said was one of
the Policemen he saw with other
policemen,

Greaves said: “I made a state-
ment to the Police which I signed
after it was read over to me.” I
was released when the case was
finished but was kept in custody
on the charge of having the ex-
plosives.

did

“After the case the Police

not take me back to Crab Hill. After Cpl. Bryan had been on
On September 24 I was taken to/the witness stand for about 10
a spot at Pie Cornér. The Police | minutes Mr. Clarke objected to
also searched my house. the admissibility of statements
“After Springer accused me, the) ade by the accused to ihe
Police kept him at the Station for | pojjee, At this point the Court
seven or eight days. Before the) jqjourned until 9.30 a.m, today

seven ‘or eight days my case was!
not finished, Capt. Simmonds re-



















-C.C. Council Do Not
System

Metrie

Subject to universal acceptance by Commonwealth
countries, the United Kingdom may effect a long term pro-
posal put forward by a Committee set up by the President of
the Board of Trade to review existing U.K. Weights and
Measures Legislation and Administration, to abandon the
Imperial system of measurements in favour of the Me-:rie

WRECK DESTROYED

* cablegram pos ed up at
the local Harbour and Snip-
ping Department yesterday
stated that the wreck whic.
was sunk in position 121
degrees 16 cables from Nel-

sor Is! nd light had been de-
sicoyed and the marking
buoys removed. It also

sted tha, the area is now
safe for navigation.

for the

bo

the yard
countries,
Would U.S. Agree?
Mr. D. G. Leacock Jnr., Presi-
dent, ‘Said that it was one of the
things on which they could make

and pound in

any comment they wished to
make, and he felt that whatever
comments they did make, would
be very small in relation to the
comments made by larger coun-
tries He did not think that the

United States would be very keen
to change their weights and meas-
ures

Mi A. S. Bryden said he
thought the reply to the enquiry
should be that whether they got
the same thing as in the Metric
System was not a very material
point, but that they felt it was

not advisable for the United King-
dom to change to the decimal sys-
tem unless Canada and the United
States did so

Costly
It was pointed out by members
that the change would be very
costly to bring about, and Mr, DeL

Inniss said that they could find ne
reason Why it should be adopted
is it would lead to’ considerable
confusion

He moved that they should write
to the Colonial Secretary stating
that from the knowledge they had,
they did not see what was to be
gained by making the proposed
change. The motion was agreed
to unanimously

Appeal J udges
Coufirm Decision

The decision of Mr, G, B
Griffith, Acting Police Magistrate

of District “A” who ordered Noel
King of Chapman Lane, ;St
Michael to undergo six months’

imprisonment with hard labour for
larceny wag confirmed yesterday
by Justices H. A. Vaughan and
A. J. H. Hanschel! at the Assistant
Court of Appeal.

King stole $4.00 fron®@ Police
Constable Skeete on December 24.

Skeete told the Court that he had
curried the defendant to the
Charge Room at Central Station
on December 24 and whilst he was
being searched by him a_ scuffle
cnsued and he lost hig money then

Police Constable 503 MeColin
told the Court that he knows the
cefendant who had 18 previous
convictions for“-larceny, Before
confirming the decision, Their
lionours told King that it was

quite clear from the evidence that
he had committed larceny and
coking at his record the Police
Magistrate was quite justified in
jnposing such a sentence.



“EMPIRE PATRAI”
PAYS FIRST CALL

Paying her first visit to the
island, the S.S. Empire Patra:
(1,504 tons net) arrived from Ney,
Orleans yesterday with a cargo o1



2,000 bags of flour, 500 bags of
cornmeal, 12 bundles of staves
and little general cargo

The Empire Patrai is chartered
by the Alcoa Steamshin Company

She belongs to the Norgulf Line
a British Company. Messrs Rober
Thom Ltd. are her local agents



















Five-Mars
Committee
Appointed’

PROBLEM

Following an explanation |
Hon. H, A. Cuke on the problen
experienced by the
Electric Supply Corporation
Council of the Chamber of Cou
merce vesterday appointed a five
man Committee to take
matter up with the Governor,

The members of the Committe
ire Mr, D. G. Leacock Jnr, M
b Lucie-Smith; Hon | oe
Hunte; Mr. G. H. King and M
T. O. Dowding.

At tne conclusion
cussion on the matter,
Cuke promised the Council the
he would prepare a report o
the discussion for the approval «
he members of the Council, an

of the di

Hon

that he would send it to tl
Directors of the Company
England. ‘

More detailed information w

be published tomorrow



Good Offices C'tte:
To Be Appointed

The Shipping and Mercantil
Association, have accepted «|
offer made by His Excellency
Governor in his speech at i
opening of the Legislature to :
up a Good Offices Committ
under his chairmanship to cor
sider the reasons for the preser
crisis in the Port of Bridgetow
and to make recommendations

This information was containe



in a letter to the Council of th:
Chamber of Commerce, and at
meeting of the Council yesterda
the President Mr, D, G, Leaco
Jnr, expressed the belief th:
the offer had also been accepte

by the Barbados Workers’ Unior

Mr, Leacock expressed the hop
that in the near future son
committee would be set up
discuss the matter with a view t
remedying the situation in thr
Port



Pipeline Arrives

A small portion of the ten mile
of three-inch and four-inch diam
eter pipes ordered for “additiona
mains and standposts”, which are
based in accordance with priority

10 CONSIDER ELECTRIC and asked him trom whom he bo

‘

Barbado
ih

th

1

|

lists submitted by the several
vestries, has arrived in the island
Yesterday lorries were bus
carting away these pipes from
that section of the Wharf near
the Victoria Bridge on Probyn
Street

Mr. Garrod, Chief Engineer of
the Water Works Department,
told the Advocate that = thi
amount of pipes which had
urived “is only a drop in we
ocean to what are required ww
upply all the tenantry areas in
the island, but the arrival of
ome marks a step in the right

direction,

“Let us hope,” he +
this consignment is the
of many others. The inte

d,

nationa

“that
precursoi

j‘uation does not help, out every

endeavour — is made te

expedite delivery

being



Knee Injured

The vight knee of Rudolpl
Knight of Mustor Lane, City, wa
injured last night about 8.45 p.m
when Knight became involved
in accident with the car G—5
while he was riding his bicyek
M—17705 along Broad Street, Tt

yele was slightly damaged

The car was being driven b
Hurold) Springer of Westbur
Ktoad at the time of the acciden

















)

would a

uf

|
|

The handicap times are as leased me from Crab Hill end I}
follows :— Fi 2 could not say ? Springer was) hi j ‘
, charged with murder,” te Hi 1—C th R d De lonable
inger Injured In shsreet ey are Sergeant was MOSFET ‘a jastte om ip »
‘lass N yacht Start at Flas . one of the men in the Police van
Class No. Vac Start a Cycle Accident on September 24, He could not) | : ae a4 folie His. B4 Hi Ho - remember if Detective Tull was Speaking on the motion k te he # ney H a nat i n le Spe i
Wizard THE ne of tt . also in the Police van, There were|the adjournment of the House Rules of the House, He said that trol the time which the hc&.
3 13 Ranger 2.30 Red 1HE top joint of cne of the mgut als ; van. \last night, Mr. O, T. Allder lL) it was out of order for the h¢ able senior member for St. o
481 Fantasy hand fingers of Lionel Nurse w.s about iy ea tn ia ‘ar drew attention to the “deplorable ible member to make a sec vould speak
B 482 Ciro S| MpPutated at Dr, Bayley’s Hospital sRapeCes eee au a condition” of a road in the Fo tion for an adjournment, sink Mr. Adams pressed for a ruli
2 4 Seabird 2.92 Yellow soured Cuil Sanaa aie, Michael, Confirmed Hall-Castle area in St aon and the a eae “a weearee ar to whee , rae npoge
8 sr Par t de of Cutloden ad, St. Michae said that peasant proprietor ick on scedent ove enior member for John
TROT | BS yt was riding on the bar of a bicycle He was confirmed at St. Clem-|that district would experier il other motions n order, but Hi Honor
SEE which was involved In an accident. ent’s Church and is a meniber ot great difficulty in carting ol E efrained from giving a ruling
a3 Rasc 2.34 Yellow The dent { h. the Church Lads bah nm | their canes in this coming crop Adjournment After Mr, Allder had spoke
38 Rascal . eccident occurred ai th- about four years. ome s : sd pe aie: kan
ene rN eS corner of Dalkeith Road and Dal- when he went into the Vestry | When Mr. Adams moved the Hi _ Honour the Speake ud ee ee ae that a
a Okapi a 2.35 Red keith Hill at about 6.30 p.m., the Room the sexton would be there. |adjournment of the House unti} that the honourable senior mem in Mt would not recur, and
D 12 Rainbow same evening betweeu motor car He could only remember eating| Tuesday next week at 3 p.m., Mr. ber fow St John had earlier et . os nourable members |
—————— — —— X 165, owned and driven by Mrs. his meals in the Vestry Rooms} Ajider made a subsequent motion intimated to him his intention tu that monoural p mini AN
r : ros é ; i rned for move five-minute adjournment, not be allowed to get aroun
D 10 Thorndyke 2.36 yetow E. G. Hutson of No. 3 Pavilion cnce. Sometimes he would eat at! that the House be adjournec rm ee ninute a —" ON eae ine Rule adjourning 1h
an — Court, Hastings, Christ Church, lvine. Austin’s place. He had/five minutes in order that he and it was unfortunate that his Mules as : tes was di
Dia Hurricane 2.37 Red OEE | heen ees aoe rida ae ethin to eat at the Vestry | might speak on the matter. motion came after Mr. Adams’ House for five minu s ae
i = and a bicycle owned and ridden by a on eptember 19. He dranx| Mr. Adams took objection to motion for the adjournment He tinct from the Rule for a &%
Rea aeleeaee OS eee = = Sas gr i see auby at Austin’s shop about|Mr. Allder’s motion, and drew however asked Mr. Adams to adjournment
Culloden Road, m ' Sar
B2 Resolute 12 o'clock on September 19. | == ===
D1 Buccaneer —-2.39 pea s Fis On September 19 he went to)
on a —————- : ‘inert te he siete elena St. Clements’ Church et et She Made it Herself!
_ " pits F ao 4 _ ni ‘
D2 ee 2.41 yellow Humphrey suffered from a sprain- ! me “he Sane time ce var to|
2 i : yw pated ® : : . ; vas
Bi Gipsy Tha aecutank — the Church Edwin Collymore was
7 Sinbad 2.42 Red P eee: bout eck
seen Sot eae. eeiees The front of the bicycle and the “I saw Springer about a wecx
ae Mee 8 OO det head lamp of the cir were ex- before the date of the allege 1} STRIPED SHIRTING
Invader tensively damaged. crime when he a so the 10
a oo eee ; lips of paper. I did not see|
k Tornadoes 245 Yellow oar Springer on September 19, bit Per Yard oe se $1.04 & $1.
hinsod be ockeneeee +. saw the a¢cused on September 21
Mohawk oe e .99 when we travelled together. zy
Skippy Beaerts Re Colombie Due “On September 19 1 came io IMITATION LINEN
Folly ?. ae Yellow 1 d Bridgetown on the hays 1-01 ne 9 & 1 18
— -— O- y reached town about 7.45 a.m, an? " ‘
cl Miss Behave o ay left town by bus E—21 about 10.13 36” wide Per Yd se = S10 $ '
C3 Madness - nal aay 3 4
8 Dauntless 2.48 Red THE French liner Colombie iv rite pe — e ont ain |
I 12 Dawn . 1 e petore oc oK, - .
4 a" _ expected to arrive here from .a, why the accused showed me W
, ~ Scamp eae Southampton this morning, mak- {ho ips of paper.” HITE POPLIN
4 Coronetta 2.50 fellow ing her first stop on her January To Mr. Field Greaves said that ST’ f
3 5 ae t é , ‘ paves § é wide Per Yd
en Magwir Casibbean cruise. the accused knew he was in the —_— 97c. & $1.04
i Reer j Army. The father of the accused
he 1 y spending ‘ ; t
10 Gannet a a ao ne is a butcher. The Police searche:
domsiaihiddion acs Tne bake oe oe his house, One time he met Cap*.
= - going on to Trinidad. She will be © d i . 1 : '
c7 Rogue | Simmonds at his house with a 1
il Gnat 2.53 Red making calls at La Guaira, Cura- arin in his hand ()
18 Clytie aries cao, Cartagena and Jamaica and * ° a iL 4 es 4 .
1. the following Gains have been Akad: VE a Japan| to Barbadc Child Missing ¢
for Regattas _. aroun anuary 20 via the sam Next witness called was Cpl. fe. TY 12 & 13 Broad Street
a Risse meraraey oie pcbruary, Wy2 POris except Cartagena. She is Harold Bryan attached to Central
H. BLAIR BANNISTER consigned to Messrs. R. M. Jones Police Station. He said on Sep- —

Starter

& Co., Ltd.

tember 19 it was reported to C.1.D.











PAGE FIVE



Six Months For
Stealing Stamps

St. Joseph Round-up

Land Not Available

















. .

In the Assistant Court of Ap- For Road Making
peal yesterday Justices H A
Vaughan and A. J. H. Hanscheli WORK on the tenantry road
sentenced Sylvester Smith. a lah. Which joins Chimborazo and
ourer of My Lord's H St. Mellows Hill is progressing stead-
Michael, to six months’ imprisor ily. The Advocate was informed
ment —> hard labour for steal yesterday that some of the land in
ing one box of stamps, the pr the area is not being ma avail-
perty of Mr, Rawle Jorda able to make the sad wd

Their Honours in 4d th = SS ee eee eae
confirmed the decisio f Mr ee a a
G. B. Griffith, Acting Police Ma PAR ot the Sugar Hill road ih
istrate of District \ Malin & Joseph in need of repairs,
Constable 157 Mayer : . There ave large holes on this part
rested Smith on December 29 tol the voad and cyclists, vehicle
the court that he saw the defe pedestrians are sub-
ant with a box He got suspiciou ected to st inconvenience.

THE WATER was cut off for the

got it. The defendant was Hreater

pirt of the night on Tues-

to give a satisfactory explanation duy



ind early on Wednesday
Mr, Rawle Jordan said that on "OP" HU 7.15 a.m,
December 29 he left his car ir —_———-
AcGregor Street with a box CANES BURNT
stamps on one of the seats. Whe . oe
he returned, the box of stamp A FIRE of unknown origin at
was missing and later he reported Marehfield, St. Philip at about

the matter to the Police 6 o’clock on Thursday night burnt

Police Constable 503 MeCollin holes ef second crop cane
keeper of the crimina' records They are the property of Irvin
said that the defendant had nine Brathwaite of the same eddress
previous convictions for larceny. and were noi insured.



The food
for family
fitne:

Marmite isa good dietary source








of Vitamin B. A little added to

Stews, Soups, Sauces, Gravies

ind Savoury dishes gives extra

ast flavour and nourishment. Chil-

$ ani, love Marmite—especially

< yp, Sy in Sandwiches of every variety

Marni we and on hot buttered toast
\Meeranit wae In jars: | ox.,2 oz.,

HY 4 o2., 8 oz., 16 oz,

MARMITE |

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PAGE SIX

CLASSIFIED ADS.

TELEPHONE 2506.











IN MEMORIAM FOR SALE
Ee Ren Alleyne who. died AUTOMOTIVE

on 10th January
















—

Requiescat | 5 CAR—One Austin (A-40 Devon) sound | returned not later than the 30 January.| 200 ac near sea, with building. Apphy }
Lew tusband « Clarend condition. Going for $1500.00 or just | 1951, after which date applications for) ¢ FE, Wildma Mizpat Tobago, B.W.1.}
chile under Phone 4512, Garage opposite Fire | permission to manufacture Fancy 8.1.82—3n

0 1.52 Brigade, Coleridge Street 9.1,52—3n es for purposes of export cannot mint andi iu eatin
et | TCC | Do considercd. RO! E NE “Os ewly ua
CARMICHAEL—In loving memory of ENGINE—Complete with gear box J.P. PETERKEN, ' ao ceo ener in. Culte-tss

our. dear Mother Theresa Elfreda differential complete. To Ford | Secretary, cupboards. Standing o. approx, 16,000
‘Aunt Sue) who died on the 10th Jan- One tyre (new) size 500—16 | Fancy Molasses Control and eq. ft nd. Entire house built on large
uaty 1948 and inner tube. R. G. Mapp, “Rbuston” Marketing Board scale comprising three bedrooms all to

Four years since you have gone Sts Hill Dial 2973 } 8.1°52—3n. | the East, spacious bathroom ete, kitchen

But to us it anterdsy 10,1.52 In} _ — aE dining and living rooms with wonderful
Blanche and Ct t v viev # Golf Cour Corresponding
and Loon (arar n. Ban TOURING CAR—194 Chevrolet Tour- | NOTICE ; re

|



isupglter-ite LAW ng Car M-1923 in excellent condition



sasaki tnicistelssvasisibatia 2007. EB. H. Davi @ 1.52—3n







WALCOTT--In loving memory of m
Dear beloved mother Beatrice wik 1947 Hudson Sedan 14,000 miles, Excel-
feparted this wo January 10th [lent condition and just right for Tourist
We know that she is asleep in Je Trace
But is ever to be remembered 1638 Chrysler Royal going cheap could
her children be made into a_ pick-up Port |
Friends may forget, husband may] Royal Garage Ltd. Telephone 4504
forset, 9.1.52—6n



But ever to be remembered by her

children. . ELECTRICAL

Edmund, Kenrneth, Ulric Caled, Edna
Louise, Estelle and Oscar

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in}4 New Tyres, New Battery. Dial 2250,



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ANNOL CEMENTS ‘o., Ltd. Electrical Penta des es

BARBADOS ADVOCATE
PUMLIC NOTICES | PUBLIC SALES |









REAL
PRODUCTION OF F aoe |

1951—S2. ALLEYNE VILLE—Hastings he seo |
All persons wishing to manufacture | side 1 ae tne Bee |
FANCY MOLASSES for the purpose of ; apply



on premises. For all information





export under the Barbados Fancy] please contact West 17 Blue Water |
Molasses Production and Export Act, 41 #2 én |
1937-15 are asked to apply to the Depart-) — ———_ calico |
ment of Agriculture for an Application COCOA ESTATE-Healihy Cocoa Estat

Form which must be completed and| on the North Coast of Tobago, B.W.!









Applications for the vancant Hawie amount of space underneath inclusive of

Asmuity will be received by the Clerk) Setvants room, bath and tollet, garage
of the Vestry up to 2 o'clock noon on
Saturday the 12th January, 1952

Applicants must be widows, of the further information phone #461
parish of St. Michael, who are in strait Sundays) 2205. Week-days 8 a.m.—4 p.m

ened circumstances | 6.1,52—5n

and area suitable for large hobby room
w laundry





Forms of application can be obtained ra —e
from the Vestry Clerk's Office
E. C. REDMAN,
Clerk, St. Michael's Vestry
6.1.52-—4n
_————$_———————— A

NOTICE

Applications for ane vacant Frizers Shores Barbade lee Co. Limited
Annuity will be received by the Clerk 360 B'dos Fire lr

of the Vestry up to 12 o'clock noon on 220 W.1. Rum Refiner
Saturday the 12th January, 1952. Rights in issue of new shares in The
Applicants must be widows, of the] Farbados Shipping & Trading Co
parish of St. Michael, who are in strait- + Limited

ened riccumstances. COTTLE, CATFORD & CO

SHARES & BONDS—The undersigned
will offer for sale at their office No. 17,
High Street, Bridgetown, om Friday, the
lith January, at 2 p.m. the following
Shares and Bonds

£400,314" Barbados Gover

E ds



nment













rs :
" Forms of application can be obtained 9.1.52—3n
eS ARiaA MECHANICAL from the Vestry Clerk's OMice. | =
“OL a “ satin ieee l italia nel ae Lc. MAN, . :
Orders m=. 3 a TYPEWRITER — One Portable Rem- Clerk, St, Michael's Vestry AUCTION
adioli and Dahtias for delivery in|. ¢ton Typewriter, good condition. Apply | 41.540} <2 - —- ————



interested in
2, T. Gedde
2—t.f.n

December 1952

Kooks : Holder Bros., Swan Street
poking please



9.1.52—t.f.n

Grant Ltd 10.1.3
TYPEWRITERS Olympia Portable
Typewriters, 1952 Models. price $140.00.

Income Tax Notice Your inspection of these superb machines



is invited, A, G. St. Hill, Dial 3199.

NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that 1.1,52—7n.—e.0.8
Income Tax returns @re PeQuIPed LPO | nS,
every marrigd, man whose ingome 1s

She 00 Dat, Sra oe ees PEDO per MISCELLANEOUS

Gther perser »se income













The undersigned will set up for sale

PARISH OF ST. ANDREW

17 candidates having been nominated
for the Vestry of St. Andrew, I hereby
declare my intention to take a poll a
the Vestry Room St. Andrew on Monday
next January 14th,, commencing between
{the hours of 8 and 9 o'clock in the
morning and closing at 4 p.m. for the
| election of 10 Vestrymen.

tights on Friday next the lith Jan-
uary, 195



at 2. p.m
ARRINGTON & SEALY

Lucas Street







10.1,52—2n

UNDER THE IVORY HAMMER







nnum or . ove nd from companie A | WILLIAM D. JORDAN By instructions received I will sell at
whether. incorpor ‘nted ‘NCRY DENTURE FIXATIV to Sheriff Messrs, Cole & Co.'s Garage. Probyn St..
cther incorporated or unincorporatec Sher 7 ; oS ee. ree
societies, persons engaged in any trade ce the wearing of false truth a com- 7.1.52—4n ) on Frida anuary lith » 1956 iliman
or profession, and ov s of land o 1/9 per tin. Knights aaa ba Minx Car {Damaged in accident), Sale
§ 52—3n uw 2 Y ms A
property. whether a ible income | Renee nareTTl
ecerued during the past year or not ners _ or: E VIP c 1 ‘
Forms of Return may be obtained fror 2 CARTS—5-6 ton Heavy duty, NOTICE Auctioneer




t Inecorne Tax Department AFTER. Tit}

' DAY OF JANUARY, 1982, and t Courtesy Garage. Dial 4616.



























52—4in. rish of St. George held on January 7th ' “—
uly flied tn must be delive ae 8.1.58—fin. | i952, eleven (31) persons were nominated NOTICE
ee wens an CHEAP household articles, small cool-|to serve as a Vestry for t> year 1952. | pr ARiee OF Sr. recy
on Cer rctan plind gasoline lantern, {Since then Mr. Georgo ¥. Hutson one} |! HEREBY GIVE NOTICE that as 14
i. Returns of persons whose be 4 irons, pictures, lamp shades, cur- | of the candidates has not Jes me of his | ersons have been nominated as fit and
were clos:d on the Bist day o/ | [2d irons. pickles | “ornaments, Hope- | intention to withdraw his nane, } hereby | oper parsons to serve in the Vestry’ for
December, 1951, on or before the | “ui Gren tae phone 4942. Ueclare the 10 following members duly|the Parish of St. Lucy for the year 1952
: day of March, 1952 ’ 10.1.52—1n | elected to serve as a Vestry for the said nd as only 10 persons are required by
Rae of pergans Whose princis os ee" | Parish of St. George for the year 1952.) law. I ee hold a pe es pie oat
place of business is not situate an . on, G - s le Re Sst Aicy, next onday, the ,
the island on or before the 31) fmol gs oenangly <5 te Fey ee Bon, Cee te Gay of January 1982, between the hours
tJ ine 1952 ’ 8.1.5: A. C. Goring of 8 ar and 4 pt , =
turns “il other persons, on e—-on CL. L. Seak | Ff. St. A. GRIFFITH
7 eee GRASS RAKES—1¥ wide, Heavy duty M. A. Wilkinson = “iy
N. D. OSBORNE construction, Courtesy Garage. Dial 4616. 9 By ns i |
Commissioner ot $1.82~@n-| EM. Shiltone : NOTICE
Income Tax end Death Duties (Ag pena RE ee ier ae Dolo Jordan . 7 ee ,

Note:—-Any person falling io make | Primus, Stoves, Lanterns, Glass ES reais jJS HEREBY ¢ N that it is the in
return within the due date ¥ neys, Filter Funnels, Spirit Cans, Setver' ee K. MASON te 1 of the Commissioners of Highway
ret le tn a fine not exceeding | Pare parts always in stock. Chandler's -3 Se sie | of the Parishes of Saint George and Saint
£100 ar lame that d "* | Hardware and Bicycle Accessories, Reed 91 + a of this Island to cause ‘to be
wilh | be cuted Jes ,| avd Tudor Streets, Phone 402A. ti ntroduced into the Legislature of thi
atistactor son_is given ( 9.1.52—-2n wacom" “eee sland a Bill authorising the said Com

; 5 ———_—_— nissioners to
10. 1.$2—7n
teen MANURE SPREADERS” Massey-Hafris, PARISH OF ST. JAMES (a) Increase the alary of the inspector
j Heawy duty. Idea r applying Megasse-| 1 hereby give Notice that as 13 persons of Highways of the said Parishes
TAKE NOTICE | 4s LORS DRSE NE Oe eT eee 1 6a--én, [oave been nominated: as Nt and proper o exceeding £ tC
616. Courtesy Garage. 8.1,.52—6n. |ersons to serve in the Vestry for the Son cll . ; ae
ee ,_.. | Parish of St. James for the year 1952 b) Increase the welling allowance
NYLON STOCKINGS—Famous “Ailga’| ind as only 10 persons are required by { the satd Inspector to a sum not
| eae SALE a hie tiie inte law, I will hold a poll at the Vestry im ex Pe ng £ Sans an ih thieeds f
m Yr sl - . y * a Ss d es, Me a the th he sid increases t¢ ec
| 10.3,52—1 | of @ a.m. and 4.00 p.m Dated this 8th ¢ 1652
|
|

That PETROLEUM MARKETING COM



pany organised under the laws of Gres aithias
Britain,
in 22 at St. Helen's, London, EC premises.
England, Merchants, has applied for tt
registration of a trade mark in Part “A











ot Register in respect of gases in liquic PROMOL MOTH RINGS with D.D.T, qualified to vote at the Election of Mem
solid or gaseous form, and will be en kills moths and larvae, 1/- per pk.| bers of the Vestry for the Parish of St
titled to vepister the ume after one | Knights Ltd 9.1.52—Gn. | Peter that % have appointed the Parish





month from the th day of January nttereaetaamemencmmtemmmmmmnnnens |} ROOM, Speightstown as the place where
1952, unless some person shall in’ the] TANKS--Galy, Tanks 200 gallon, The] all such persons may meet on Monday,
meantime otice in duplicate to rn General Ageney Co., B'dos Ltd., 14 High] January 14th 1952, between the he
at my office aL opposition of such regi Street. 6.1,.52—#n, | of 8 a.m, and 4 p,m, to elect ten Members
tration, Thuetmxle mark can be ace o ~ _—- ———-——————— | to serve the Parish of St. Peter in the
application wt my office VICKS COUGH SYRUP—Medicates 45} Vestry for the ensuing year,
Dated tht¥ Af day of Deceriber, 1951. | it penetrates into areas ordinary Cough G. S$, CORBIN
a IL WYALEAMS || remedies do not reach, 2 sizes. Knights Parochial Treasurer
omegistray of Trade Mark itd 9.1, 52--3n 6.1 §2—4n

nam 1 S2—-tr

~—"" Official Notice
TAKE NOTICE oe eee e ASSISTANT COURT

Or APPRAL
Equitable Jurisdiction)
| STANLEY JAMES BENJAMIN KING















ODDMENTS—At Trelawy Cottage, Hast
PANY (West Indies) LIMITED, a Cor ings Main Road, third house ‘rom §t #.1.52--4n
A ap, land side, furniture, bed

whose trade or business addr¢ and dining room kitehen, Apply on NOTICE
10.1,4£2—2n PARISH OF ST. PETER





pneumatic tyres and over-run PARISH OF ST. GEORGE 6.1,52—4n

At an election of the Vestry FOr thre) mene
































G. &. ‘TAYLOR, CARRINGTON
Sheriff







I HEREBY GIVE NOTICE to all persons



NOTICE
PARISH OF ST. PETER
1 HEREBY GIVE NOTICE, that more
than ten persons having been nominated
tu serve as Vestrymen for the Parish of
St. Peter of the ensuing year, that a
poll will be taken on January Mth 1952



| Plaintiff | between the hours of 8 a.m and 4 p.m























! JOSEPH NORRIS Defendant * - M. HINDS, ¥
4 IN pursuance of am Order in this Court Sheriff, Parish of St. Peter i: Ne ai
in the above action made on the 7th day $.1.52—4n Be A. BOAKE, ROBERTS & COM.
¢ January, 1952, I give notice to alli] — eC Y see Briti Ps Cow pans
persons havi any estate, right or i. ose trade or business address is 100
ieee iy oe ane lien or incumbrance NOTICE a Carpenters Road, Stratford, London, Eng
elit il that certain piece or parcel PARISH OF ST. JOSEPH nd, has applied for the registration of a |
ind gituate in the parish of Salnt |! HEREBY GIVE NOTICE that as 11}irade mark in Part “A” of Register
That PETROLEUM MA’ Kf 7: COM chi ind Island aforesaid containing Candidates have been nominated as fit} ;espect of flavouring essences,for articl
PANY (West Indies) 1IMITED, a Ce by admeasurement one acre three roods and proper Parsons to. represent the fof food, ahd colouritigs for articles ¢
pany organised wnder aws of Great ven and two fifths perches or there Vestry for ae Parish of St. Joseph f | ocd, (tbe d colour becoming in u
br whose trade or bu , . pit ‘butting and bounding on lands the zone 5 ang PR OnE ne edients i t Licle of food
in 22 Great St. Helen's, London, E 3. 4 Cliftes Hall plantation on lands of est . R a ee 4 a 2 the { favouring essences (or beverages, fru.t
England, M-rebants, hae applied for ¢ eweastle plantation on lands of J. & W. Srern § ee an < ne ; umanenry extract ilaver essence uicoho!
registration of a trade mark in Part "A" hepherd on lands of James Mayers and | | onday, the h day sr anua sential of} ne chemie for use |
of Register in respect of gases in liquid. | oy lands of one Mrs. Wood or however between, the nay a ANT oe Pm. [the manufacture of pert and. soap, |
olid or gaseous form, and will be ¢3-| ise the same may abut and bound to s DURA a hile paraldehyde, thymol, menthol, acet.c
titled to register the same after one ing before me an accorl of their 81 Pe a cid, and alcoh bstitutes, all being
month from the 9th day of Janum iid ¢ ns with their witnesses, docu- * v eremical tbstance prepared for Use
982, uless come person sball in tit vents and vouchers, to be examined by edicineg d pharmacy and «
meantime give notice in duplicate to m ne on any Tuesday, or Ffiday between NOTICE t e titled re ister the sane after
at my office of opposition of such regis | ne hours of 12 (noon) and 3 o’clock . > / cave month from the 9th day of January
Cent Ween teate insti Gan be veer AN 1 Th ie ARaCKGeH, Et tae Orton: Oe tom Lie HEREBY GIVEN that it is the inten , ou me person shall i
pplication at n lerk of the Assistant Court of Appeal Sot of the Vestries of the Parishes of }}\e meantime give notice in duplica
Dated this Sist day of December, 1951.) \¢ the Court House, Bridgetown, before Saath Gee, oe ty ; Series me iat my flee of opposition of suc
{. WILLY a 52. ede’ » Saint J § Joseph, S egistration ie trade mark can be see
Re piste ot Ty oe 1 nat ah a bee naeat hey sied aiaerte Thomas and Saint James of this ial | on applieat at ny of
at 8 aims may . : -lte cause to be introduce > Le S tat: ¢ ot Be “rr
es g to the nature and priority thereof Caen Eee error aver tn | Dated this 3tst a December, 19





TAKE NOTICE

n or against the said propert:





That CROSSF BLACKWELL!

Mor wise sadam 213001 Official Sale



Square, Le





: ; i ARBADOS 1%
4 1 IN THE AS ANT COURT e| |
x OF APPEAL j
; ay of Jar Equitable Jurisdiction) | ‘
s me porso t TANLEY JAMES BENJAMIN KING
give rot t —Plaintift
rey of of of \ jOSEPTT NORRIS Defendant |
ain n. Ti de 1 can < NOTICE is hereby given that by your! ———
pplient t on ofc | Order of the Assistant Court © | ynat RECKITT & COLMAN LIMITED,
tod this 28 7 : oe Oe iar ed ae oe ee | whose trade or Snatinen Sacrouk is King:
ns i chit eadher at tea Gthee of the Clerk ton Works, Dansom Lane, Hull, Englana,

cf the Assistant Court of Appeal at the se peng aay pag”
= - Court House, Bridgetown, between the That PILKINGTON BROTHE! S$
—— | hours of 12 fnoon) and 2 o'clock in the | LIMYTED, a company incorporated und
j itternoon on Friday, the 2Is® day of] the laws of Great Britain, whose trade
| CREETI VGS { \tareh, 1952, all that certain piece or] or business address is 277/283 Mart!)
LELE. a.
“ : 5



reel of land situate in the parish of | Bank Building, Water Street, Liverpool 2





! i opp rt xo M ra by admeasurement one acre three | Glass Manufacturers, has applied for to , opposition of suc $
t ° oe ae renee nt Py i ods seven and two fifths perches of | registration of a trade ark in Part “A* eatiaen etter nite sacks On be Bn
| p RDA} , m ereat abutting and bounding on | of Register in respect of flat and CO > | Jyplication at ny office
Ox oe agar “gtreat. It ds of Clifton Hall plantation on lands | structional glass generally, for examp!> Dated this! 31st day of December, 1951
L om ," oer | Newcastle plantation on lands of | plate glass, sheet glass, rolled glass H WILLEAMS
| aire J. & W. Shepherd on lands of James | cathedral glass and ornamental glass; anc Registrar of Trade Mark
—_—-- - oo vers and’on lands of one Mrs, Wood | articles of glass and crystal, and will oe i 9.1.52—3n

LM AE EOS

ART CLAS

VLADIMIR
NACHOUMOFF

436 + 665664650
PAPEL PILLS ind, and if not then



-



than $600.00

F. G. TALMA,
Ag. Clerk of the Assistant Court

of Paris, who is now

s s
SALAS SES





4 oe 47
qu POCO OPP AAL TOPO PE ELIOOE SF

exhibiting his work at ¥ Hy

the Museum, is willing ¥ }\\ CIN

to give instruction to a }. }{! DANCING CLASSES

limited number of &)}

pupils in drawing and } i Pacitie

painting in oils and ¥ |} ¢ the 11th

watercolours at his | at

studio, x I , Baturdas Plseses “Go the dith: of
St. Leonard’s House, 3) cisssos are bs as oc)
St. Leonard’s Avenue. $ }}) Ballroom Dancing and Keep Fit

Telephone 3085. ys Was y to Miss Ransom, L.R.A.D.,

+ 1.52—71 s i AIS T.D Avitbhogs. se. a



ttt ¢
POLL LEE EOTY

pectively; otherwise such persons Will) tne
« precluded from the benefit of the said
ecree, and be deprived of all claims

Claimants are also notified that they
ust attend the said Court on Wednesday
19th day of March 1962, at 10 o'clock Dated this 7th

of Appeal.
10.1.52—4n

int John and Island aforereid contain-|in the Caunty of Lancaster, England

however else the same may abut and] entitted to register the same after one
nid the said! month from the 10th day of Janus
yperty will be set up for sale on every | 1952, unless some person shall in

eceeding Friday between the same! meantime give notice in duplicate to ne
urs until the same is sold for a sum

Dated this 7th day of January, 1952

of Appeal
‘ 10.1, 52-—8n






















islature of this Island a Bill authorisi H. WILLEAMS
said Vestries to increase the sals Registrar of Trade Merk

|
ot the Clerk of the Board of Guardia | 9.1.52
|

TAKE NOTICE

not exceeding £75 per annum; the
SPREE





authority to have effect from the
Mareh, 1951.
day of January, 18.2





a ee their said claims will be} CARRINGTON & SEALY, f \
ankee Solicitors 0 }
Given my hand this 7th day of j z he F RTRIS
F. G. TALMA, |
Ap the Assistant Court |
|

|
TAKE NOTICE |
|





ied for the regis
tration of a trade mark in Part “A" o
Register in respect of pharmaceutical anc
| ‘edicinal preparations, and will be en-
| titled to register the same after one
lynonth from the 9th day of January
| 1952, unless some person shall in the
| nemntime give notice in duplicate to me
|
|







| at my office of opposition of sucl
registration. The trade mark can be seer
| seen on application at nur of
Dated this 28th day of December, 196
| H. W#LLIAMS
| Registrar of Trade N
10.1.5





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comfortabie Apart. |







EXPERIENCED LADY STENO-TYPIST
Apply: Alleyne Arthur & Co. Ltd., Office, |
| High Street



to Royal Hotel, for inspeetion | APA!

unfurnished OFFICE CLERK—During Crop, offic:|dos, Bermuda early January and arriv-

clerk, previous experience an advantage.|ing at Barbados about March 20th.
Manager, Lower Estate Factory This vessel has ample space for chilled
9.1.52—T7n.|\ herd frozen, and general cargo.

—

ENGLISH—Middle aged lady
references for



10.1.52—4n | with good | Lading with transhipment at Trinidad
position of trust to look| for British Guiana, Windward and Lee-
after household and one elderly gentie. | ward Islands.

Making her
surroundings

BUNGALOW--One Furnished Bungalow

at Coral Sands, Worthing, to an approved |

congenial
service



Advoca D
8.1.88—t.f.n Advocate Co

——————_—

three bedroom flat un mss
maic

Road MAID--One
soacd.! Mrs, Lisle Bayley, Pavilion
|

—

TYPIST--Shorthand
ear
Salar

Canadian National Steamships

2 bedrooms

Application
ing to FITZPATRICK GRAHAM & CO
BARCLAYS BANK BLDG



8.1.52—3n |

HAMILTON-—St. Lawrence Gap,



NOTICE

Election for the Vestry of the
PARISH OF ST. PHILIP





ROOMS—Large furnished cool rooms
meals, | to Serve in the Vestry of the Parish of St.| “LADY NELSON”



the Church Schoo

clared elected :







“SANTA CLARA
wp. Unfurnished
Falm Cot” Fontabelle.

Spencer Blades
. Darrell Eustace Lisle Brathwaite
Darrell DaCosta Garner

on sea St. Lawrence

—
sene

. Thomas Duncan Mayers
Arthur Torrence Skeete

. Reginald Bruce Skeete

. Howard Lisle Smith
Goulbourne Alonza Webster

Clair Weekes

B. A. MOORE,

FOR RENT OR LEASE
ROOSEVELT-Maxwell
including Frigidaire,
Telephone, Rediffusion. Good sea-bathing

at Public Auction approximately 1500
| NOTICE ik Shipping & Trading Share| Available Ist March



Phone 2224.

§.1.52—t.f.n . Reynold St.



10.1.52.—1n,

PERSONAL

The public are hereby warned against
giving cerdit to my wife BERYL JORDAN \
(nee BURROWS) as I do not hold myself
responsible for her or
any debt or



TAKE N



anyone else con-
debts in my

a written order signed by
HAROLD JORDAN

Blackman’s Tenantry,



LIQUOR LICENSE NOTICE

application of Grannum & Co.,
Merchants of Swan Street, City, holders
of Liquor License No, 90 of 1952, granted
to them in respect of Ist and 2nd floors

said Liquor License _
wall building at
Bridge Streets,



of January
GRIFFITH,
Police Magistrate, Dist
GRANNUM & CO.,

per J. JONTS,

Clerkenwell, 2. “ * SO ASIIS

England, Distillers and Wine and Spirit | $8: ALCOA PEGASUS” .. . » 14th Dec. 51 24th Dec. 51

Merchants, has applied for the registra- | °

trade mark . 4 ay o” “

Register in respect of wines and «piriis,| ROBERT THOM LTD. — NEW YORK AND GULF SERVICE.

ard will be entitled to register the same |

month from the 10th day of | APPLY:—DA COSTA & CO., LTD—CANADIAN SERVICE

1952, unless some person shali iC

the meantime give notice in duplicate

to me at my office of opposition of such

registration.

seen on application at my office.
Dated this 28th day of December,

WHSLIAMS,

of Tenge Marks PLANTATIONS BUILDING, LOWER BROAD STREET
2—3n

application
Lacensing Court

on
the 2ist day 1952, | #fter one

GRIFFITH,
Police Magistrate,





LIQUOR LICENSE NOTICE

The application of Alma Griffith, Shop-
Poebuck Street,



Spirits, Mait
.iquors, &c., at bottom floor of a 2-storey
Roebuck Street, City.
of January,
GRIFFITH, Esq.,
Police Magistrate, Dist.
Signed SCIPIO MORRIS,
for Applicant
application
licensing Court

TAKE NOTICE

gz: BS4E2t &



Magistrate,





LIQUOR LICENSE NOTICE

@ application of James H





PILKINGTON BROTHERS

incorporated undcr “y
trade “Cc ACR
Martins AL®. £
Hank Building, Water Street, Liverpool 2, t
land wishes to announce



Glass Manufacturers
registration of a trad

has applied
mark in Part





application
plate glass rolled glass,
ornamental
f glass and crystal,
will be entitled to register the same aftcr "Are

day of January, CACRABANK HOTEL” is immediately on the
some person shall
in duplicate
office of opposition of such

The tradem ark can be seen Tel. 8148 & 8611
of December,
WELLIAMS,

Marks, |
10.1.52—3n. |



A. McLEOD,
Magistrate,



meantime give
me at my
registration

application at
Dated this 28th day



TAKE NOTICE
SPLENDOR

t SPLENDOR GLOELLAM
PENFABRIEKEN,

nd existing under the laws of the king-
mm of The Netherlands, whose trad«





TAKE NOTICE

Netherlands, has applied
registration
of Register in respect of electric
installations,
particularly



BOAKE, ROBERTS & COM

British Company, }
trade or business address
Carpenters Road, Stratford, London, Eng- |
land, has applied for the registration of a|
of Register

ercury-vapour
eon lamps, lighting ornaments,, fittings,
exclusively espect of chemical
manufactures,
phical research, and anti-corrosives; sub- |
stances used as food or
food; flavouring essences for beverages,
fruit extracts, essential oils, and will be
ntitled to register the same after one
the Sth day
some person
meantime give notice in duplicate to me
t my office of opposition of each regis- g nspect and replace hose if

photography, or philoso-

condensers, transformers

ingredients in



automatic installations for
guarding, and will be entitled to register



of January,
person shall in the meantime give notice

of Januany,

registration.

application The trade mark can be seen on

pplication at my office.

Dated this 28th day of December, 1951 Dated this 3ist day of

WILLIAMS,
10. 1,52—3n

BRITISH
BERGOUGNAN

TYRES

Dependable Performance



— their recommendation
“NEW TYPE” HEAVY DUTY GIANT.

Wider tread pattern of unparalleled depth, A mileage
tyre for all types of service under every operating

condition.

“SILENT SAFETY” CAR TYRE.
ness and smoothness in running.
Long non-skid life.

Unexcelled quiet-
Faster, safer corner-

We have the following sizes in stock: —



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THURSDAY, JANUARY 10, 1952

‘SHIPPING NOTICES

ES
MONTREAL, AUSTRALIA AND NEW 65S SVOSOOOEO POO
| ZEALAND LINE LTD.











| MANZ LINE
The M/V CARIBBEE” wiil
5.1.52—t f.n | M.V. TEKOA is expected to load at accept Cargo and Passengers for
Australian Ports for Trinidad, Barba- Dominica, Antigua, Montserrat,
Nevis and St Kitts. Sailing

Frida lith inet

The M/V “DAERWOOD” will
accept Cargo and Passengers for
St. Lucia, St. Vincent, Grenada,
and Aruba. Date of sailing to
be notified

B.W.I. SCHOONER

Cargo accepted on through Bills of



For further particulars apply to—
FURNESS, WITHY & Co., Ltd.

lo} TRINIDAD. OWNERS ASSOC, INC.
—-| BWI. Tele. 4047,
DaCOSTA & Co., Ltd.
| BARBADOS
— | BW, tt LCOCCGIOSD





spear a SOUTHBOUND al Sails Arrives Sails
| Halifax Boston Barbados Barbados
| “LADY RODNEY” .. at -.29 Deer. 31 Deer. 1 Jan 11 Jany.
“LADY NELSON” z =} ‘< -.12 Jany. 4Jany. 23 Jany. 24 Jany.
the| “CANADIAN CRUISER” ee . 28 Jany. _ 6 Feby. 7 Feby
holding by me of the election of member “LADY RODNEY"” ‘ j ..13 Feby. 15 Feby. 24 Feby 25 Feby
* oe oe +-27 Feby. 29 Feby. 9 March 10 March
wal« | Philip, on Monday, the 7th day of Jan-|"CANADIAN CRUISER” : 14 March 23 March 24 March
LT
t.f.n St. Philip, the following were duly de-| NORTHBOUND Arrives Sails Arrives Arrives Arrives

| Barbados Barbados Boston St. John Halifax
“CAN. CRUISER” .. 6 Jany 7 Jany



- 14 Jany 17 Jany
‘LADY RODNEY" -.22 Jany. 2% Jany. 2 Feby. 3 Feby 6G Feby
“LADY NELSON 5 Feby 7 Feby. 16 Feby. 17 Feby. 20 Feby
‘CAN. CRUISER” 20 Feby. 21 Feby _- 28 Feby. 1 March
“LADY RODNEY” 8 March 9 March 20 March 21 March 24 March
“LADY NELSON” ve 22 March 24 March 3 April 4 April 7 April
“CAN. CRUISER” 4 April 7 April - 14 April 17 April

For further particulars, apply to

GARDINER AUSTIN & CO., LTD.—Agents.







Pike! NEW YORK SERVICE
|S.8. “OCEAN RANGER” sails 4th Jan. —arrives B'dos 15th Jan, 1952
|4 STEAMER sails 25th ; B’dos Sth Feb, 19

A STEAMER sails 15th P'dos 26th Feb
|







NEW ORLEANS SERVICE
\ STEAMER sails 2nd Jan.—arrives B’dos 17th Jan, 1952
A STEAMER sails 16th Jan.—arrives B'dos Sist Jan, 1952
A STEAMER sails 30th Jan.—arrives B'dos 14th Feb, 1952





| CANADIAN SERVICE

NICHOLSON & co,| SOUTHBOUND
British Limited Liabtiity E
business Name of Ship Sails walls Arrives
195 Saint John Montreal Halifax Barbado

E.C.1.,}¢



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“ALCOA POINTER” +. .. 25th Nov. 51 28th Nov. $1 &th Dec.

S.S “ALCOA PLANTER” = 28th Dec, 51 8th Jany. 5:
ot | A’. STEAMER llth Jany. 52 2ist Jany. 52







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1951. ROBERT THOM LIMITED

Trans-Canada Airlines, B.O.A.C. and B.W.1.A.
: ALCOA STEAMSHIP COMPANY
Telephone No. 4466

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| CHICK’S OWN.



PAGE SEVEN

| : PILES





can be Cured

There are thousands of men and women
who suffer awful agony day and night
because of pile trouble, who do not know
that every chemist stocks a special remedy
that does most surely and quickly banish
the misery of this wretched trouble.

Make a confidant of your chemist.
him about Man Zan Pile Remedy. He
will tell you this is no ordinary ointment,
but a soothing, healing, strengthening
balm that at once stops the intense irrit-
ation and clears away internal, external,
sore or bleeding piles.

QUALITY

Prey oh

sold makes this preparation so easy and
clean to use. The big size supply, with
special applicator, is usually suffir, at to
clear away the most difficult case.

Remember the name of this special
remedy for pile trouble

ManZan
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Usually NOW Usually Now
SMEDLEY'S PEAS, (Tins) 49 45 Pkgs. P. FREAN BISCUITS 36
EVAP. MILK, (Tins) 29 27 FRY’'S COCOA (Tins) 50 5
BACON, (Per |b.) 120 100 FRONTENAC BEER, (Bots.) 26 22



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ALLEY —In. loving memory of our
dear mother Rita
on 10th January, 1
Requiescat in pace
Lewis (husband Marjorie, Clare
children
61.524
CARMICHAEL—In loving memory of
our. dear Mother Theresa Elfreda
‘Aunt Sue} who died on the 10th Jan-
uary 1948
Four years since you have




But to us it seems as yeste
Blanche and Ct et
and Leon igrandehildrer
joughter-ine law! iam
16.13.52
WALCOTT.—In loving memory ot ™
Deat beloved mother Beatrice wh
departed this world on January 10th
We know that she is asleep in Jesus
Rut is ever to be remembered by
her children,
Friends may forget, husband may
forget,
Rut evér to be remembered by her
children,
Edmund, Kenneth, Ulric, Caled Fanaa
Louise, Estelle and Oscar
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“GLADIOLL & DAHLIA





Orders are being taker 0
Giadioli and nlias for delivery in
December 1952, ties interested in
booking please 4442, T
Grant Ltd 10.1.52





Income Tax Notice


























NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
Income Tax returns are required from
every married. man whose ingome 1s
$1200.00 per m or over, from ever
cther person whose income i 0.00 per
annum or _ over da from orn te
whcther incorporated or unincorpo
societies, persons gaged in any
or profession d owners of la
property whether 4 r
pecrued during the pr

Forms of Return ir

income Tax De
DAY OF
uly fi
ine. or
pective date
i Return of persons whose boo
were clos.d on Bist day o
December, 1951, on or before the
Bist day of March, 1952
Returns of persons whose princir
place of business is not situate
the island on or before the 31}
f June, 1952
Retucns of all other persons, on
e bist da of Janu
N, D. OSBORNE,
Commissioner of
Income Tax end D 1 Duties ‘Ag.)
Siote:—Any person failing to make hi
return within the due date
be liable to a fine not exceeding
£100 and not less than £2
will be prosecuted” = unile: 1
satisfactory reason is given
10, 1.$2—7n



TAKE NOTICE

PROGAS










That PETROLEUM MARKETING COM
PANY (West Indices) LIMITED, a Coin
pany organised under the laws of Great
Britain, whose trade or business addre
is Great St. Helen’s, London, FC
England, Merchants, has applied for tt
registration of a trade mark im Part "A*
Of Register ty respect of gases in liquic



solid or gaseous form, and will be er
titled to register the ume fter o
month from the tth day of Januar:
1952, unles ome person sali in th
meantime give notice in duplicate to nh



at my office. af.opposilion of such reg)
tration, Theiwale mark can be
application #t my office

Dated thf 3i8 day of December, 1951

H. WILLAAMS
of Trade Mark
91





TAKE NOTICE





That PETROLEUM MAT KEU!75 COM
PANY (West Indies) 1 IMiITED
pany organised under laws of Great
ov whose trade or bu 3 :
ir treat St. Helen London, 3
Engiand, M-rebants, ha IL



registration of a trade mark





of Re r in respect of gases in liquid
olid or gaseous form, and will be e.-
titled to register the same after one
fv from the 9th day of Janua
unless some person sh in the



meantime give notice in dupli e to m
at my office of opposition of such regis-



tration. Th» trade inark can be seen on
application at my of
Dated this Bist day of December





TAKE NOTICE









That CROSSF BLACKWELL I
LIMITED. empans whic
vade or b address is & °o
Square, 1x England, Ma
foetw ] hed for the regist

fa rk in Part “A” t

respoes f ned fist

titled ¢ the &

t J0th day of Jam
. we F or
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Mies de Ze
nm on application at r Me
ted this 22th ' ont
Reg



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BARBADOS ADVOCATE

PUMLIC NOTICES | PUBLIC SALES |





NOTICE

PRODUCTION OF FANCY MOLASS

REAL ESTATE






























1951—S2 NE VILLE—Hastings cn the se
FOR SALE All persons wishing to manufacture | to Royal Hot tte inspeetion
FANCY MOLASSES for the purpose of y premise For all information
export under the Barbados Fancy» ase contact West 17 Blue Waters
Molasses Production and Export Act, 4 1.82—6n
1937—15 are asked to apply to the Depart-| — wi
AUTOMOTIVE lraent of Agriculture for an Application] COCOA ESTATE—Healihy Cocoa Fatat
Form which must be completed and/ on the Nor Coast of Tob B.W.I

CAR—One Austin (A-40 Devon) sound | veturned not later than the 30 January.) 200 ac near sea, with building. Apphy
condition. Going for $1500.00 or just | 1951, after which date applications for) Cc. E. Wildman, Mizpah, Tobago, B.W.1
under. Phone 4512, Garage opposite Fire | permission to manufacture Fancy 8.1.52—3n
Erigade, Coleridge Street 9.1.52-—8n frsnge: ano for purposes of export cannot $$ i _ —

be considered. ROCKLEY NEV ~/ ewly b

ENGINE—Complete with gear box,| J.P. PETERKEN, as ay node ht glow with ‘billets
radiater, differential complete. To Ford Secretary, cupboards. Standing on approx 16,060
Prefect. One tyre (new) size 500— 16 | Fancy Molasses Control and sq. ft nd. Entire house built on large
and inner tube. R. G, Mapp, “Rhuston | Marketing Board scale comprising three bedrooms all to
Station Hill Dial 2973 } 8.1,/52-—-3n. | the East, spacious bathroom ¢ PY

101.52 In | - SERENE gE « ng and living rooms with wonderf

TOURING CAR—19%4 Chevrolet Tour- | NOTICE : ple rayrate sere,

a NS Ce rail - Applications for the vancant Hawle amount of space underneath inclusive «
ing Car M-1323 in excellent condition . 5 : as. | servant m, bath and toilet, garage
a ‘New Tyres, New Battery. Dial 2280, | Asmuity will be received by the Clerk | ond area suitable for large hobby room
2007. EB. H. Davis 8 1.52—3n. | Of the Vestry up to 2 o clock noon on i a

Saturday the 12th January, 1952 "s ay (4 Secianbices
1947 Hudson Sedan 14,000 miles. Bxcel- Applicants must be widows, of the} oo). ae aan ao as ; - oe

lent condition and just right for Tourist | Parish of St. Michael, who are in strait inda 2205. Week-days 8 a.m.—4 p.m








Trade

1938 Chrysler Royal going cheap could
easily be made into a_ pick-up Fort

Royal Garage Ltd Telephone 4504,
9.1.52--6n
ee

ELECTRICAL

FLUORESCENT FITT#NGS: Just re-
selved, Single and Twin 20 watt, 2 ft;

ingle and twin 40 watt, 4 ft. and twin 40

watt 2ft, types. Dial 3878 DaCosta &
‘o., Ltd. Electrical Department
5.1.52—6n

MECHANICAL

“TYPEWRITER — One Portable R
ngton Typewriter, good condition. Apply |
Holder Bros., Swan Street



9.1,.52—t.f.n
TYPEWRITERS Olympia Portable
Typewriters, 1982 Models, price $140.00.
Your inspection of these superb machines
is invited. A. G, St. Hill, Dial 3199.
1.1.52—7n.—e.0.4

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MISCELLANEOUS |

ENCRY DENTURE FIXATIVE. to|
» the wearing of false truth a com-









1/9 per tin. Knights Ltd
9.1,.52—3n
CANE CARTS—5-6 ton Heavy duty,
with pneumatic tyres and = over-run
kes. Courtesy Garage. Dial 4616.
8.1.52—fin

CHEAP household articles, small cool-
rator, venetian blind gasoline lantern,
ad irons, pictures, lamp shades, cur-
iins, dresser scarves, ornaments, Hope-
vell. St. Thomas. Phone 4942.
10.1,52—1n





—_—_—$—$—— nr
‘ERTILIZER DISTRIBUTOR — Massey-

6.1,.52-—-5n

ened circumstances
Forms of application can be
from the Vestry Clerk's Office

SHARES & BONDS-—Th

Sooners undersigned





will offer for sale at their office No, 17,
Clerk, i cece Wands High Street, Bridgetown, on Friday, the
6) an} llth January, at 2 p.m. the following
cnitninnimmmntanmainee | Shares and Bonds
£400, 314° Barbados Government
NOTICE Bonds
















Applications for ane vacant Frizers Shar Barbad« lee Co. Limited
Annuity will be received by the Clerk 0 B'dos Fire In
of the Vestry up to 12 o'clock noon on 220 W.I. Rum Refinery
Saturday the 12th January, 1952. Rights in issue of new shares in The
Applicants must be widows, of the| Barbados Shipping & Trading Co.,
parish of St. Michael, who are in strait-+ Limited
ened riccumstances. COTTLE, CATFORD & CO
Forms of application can be obtained 9.1.52—3n
from the Vestry nx RY Oner —
- C. MAN , . +
Clerk, St. Michael's Vestry AUCTION
6.1.52—4r —. > ee ee oe
cecceiteeibiadintesltheinticidteimgsmpmmnminsitapmseitiies The undersigned will set up for sale
at Public Auction approximately 1500
NOTICE Barbados Shipping & Trading Share
PARISH OF ST. ANDREW Rights on Friday next the Lith Jan-
17 candidates having been nominated | uar 1952 at 2. p.m.
for the Vestry of St. Andrew, I hereby CARRINGTON & SEALY
declare my intention to take a poll a Lucas Street
the Vestry Room St. Andrew on Monday 10.1.52—2n
next January l4th., commencing between | —-—- ———— olcees eanititiy tees
the hours of 8 and 9 o'clock in the
morning and closing at 4 p.m. for the UNDER THE IVORY HAMMER
election of 10 Vestrymen.
| WILLIAM D. JORDAN By instructions received I will sell at
Sheriff Messrs. Cole & Co.'s Garage, Probyn St.,
7.152—4n n Friday January lit il) 1950 Hillman
Minx Car Damaged in accident). Sale











| at 2 Terms CASH
VINCENT GRIFFITH,
NOTICE Auctioneer
PARISH OF ST. GEORGE 6.1.52-—4n
At an election of the Vestry for the | $$
Parish of St. George held on January 7th



NOTICE
PARISH OF 5ST. LUCY
1 HEF GIVE NOTICE that as 14
ersons have been nominated as fit and
proper persons to serve in the Vestry for

1952, eleven (11) persons were
to serve as a Vestry for th» year 1952
{ Since then Mr. George ¥. Hutson one
of the candidates has not Pw me of his
intention to withdraw his name. & hereby
«

yminated









farris, Courtesy Garage. Dial 4616,
81

———— er
GRASS RAKES—12’ wide, Heavy duty
construction, Courtesy Garage. Dial 4616.
8 1.52—6n
ITEMS—Primus, Stoves, Lanterns, Glass
himneys, Filter Funnels, Spirit Cans,
spare parts always in stock. Chandler's
Hardware and Bicycle Accessories, Reed
vd Tudor Streets, Phone 4024.
9.1. 52—2n



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| MANURE SPREADERS—Massey -Harris,
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wy duty.
er-press mud

Ideal for applying Megasse,
Dial



or pen manure

4616. Courtesy Garage. 8,1.52—6n
NYLGN STOCKINGS—Famous ‘Alga’
qua ity guaranteed long lasting in all

modern shades & sizes only $1. 48 pair
j get it from KIRPALANT 52 Swan Street
10,4,52—1n
coma pinnae
ODDMENTS—At Trelawy Cottage, Hast
ings Main Road, third house om St
Matthias Gap, land side, furniture, bed
snd «dining room kitchen Apply on
premises.
| 10.1,.52



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PROMOL MOTH RINGS with D.D.T,
kills moths and larvae, 1/- per pk.
9.1,.52-—-n

Knights Lid





TANKS—Galy.
General Agency Co.,
Street

Tanks 200 gallon, The
B'dos Ltd., 14 High
5.1, 52—8n



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it penetrates into areas ordinary Cough
| remedies do not reach, 2 sizes. Knights
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Official Notice

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' BARBADOS
| IN THE
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courr



(Wquitable Jurisdiction)
TANLEY JAMES BENJAMIN KING
Plaintiff!
!OSEPH NORRIS Defendant
IN pursuance of an Order in this Court
in the above action made on the 7th day









of January, 1952, L give notice to all
persons having any estate, right or
ntret in or any Men or incumbrance
cus il that certain piece or parcel
wd situate in the parish of Saint

ot snd Island «aforesaid = containing
by admensurement one ac three roods
ind two fifths pereb or there

t sbuttir 1d bounding on lands
4 ifter Hall plantation on lands of
eweastle plantation on lands of J, & W.

hepherd on lands of James Mayers and
lands of one Mrs. Wood or however
the same may abut and bound to
g before me Lie of their
iid clogne with th “s, doci-
ents and youchers, to be examined by
ne on any Tuesday, or Friday between
‘he hours of 12 (noon) and 3 o'clock
nt afternoon, at the Office of the
lerk of the Assistant Court of Appeal
t the Court House, Bridgetown before

19th day of March 1952, in order
at such claims may be ranked accord-
to the nature and priority thereof
tively; otherwise such persons will
recluded from the benefit of the said
















\ Ceeree, and be deprived of all claims
n or against the said propert)
Claimants are also notified that they

ust attend the said Court on Wednesd
19th day of March 1962, at 10 o'ele







m. when their said claims will be
anked
Given under my hand this 7th day of
F. G. TALMA,
| Ag the Assistant Court
{ of Appeal. }

10.152

Official Sale

ARBADOS
IN THE ASSISTANT COURT
OF APPEAL
Equitable Jurisdiction)
TANLEY JAMES BENJAMIN KING
—Plaintift



jOSEPIT NORRIS
NOTICE is hereby given that by virtue
Order of the Assistant Court of
1) dated the 7th day of January,
>, there will be set up for sale to the
gvest bidder at the Office of the Clerk
of the Assistant Court of Appeal at the
‘Court House, Bridgetown, between the
hours of 12 oon! and 2 o'clock in the
ifternoon on Friday, the 2is® day ot
larch, 1952, all that certain piece or
reel of land situate in the parish of
‘sint John and Island aforesaid contain-





ra by admeasurement one acre three
ods seven and two fifths perches or
ereak abutting and bounding on

ds of Clifton Hall plantation on lands
{ Neweastle plantation on lands of
q W. Shepherd on lands of James
\layers and'on lands of one Mrs, Wood
* however else the same may abut and
vsund, and if not then sold the said
» will be set up for sale on every



ceeeding Friday between the same
ours until the same is sold for a sum
of less than $600.00.
Dated this 7th day of January, 1962
F. G. TALMA,
Ag. Clerk of the Assistant Court
of Appeal
‘ 10,1, 52-4













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fi Fric “lasses at the Aquatic
{ Club mence on the 1th
of J

iS Saturday Classes on the 12th of
A) January |
i}

KK ci at “ formed for
Mt Ballroom Dancing and Keep Fit
YH) Ax to M Ransom, L.R.A.D.,
( AIS T.D,. Telephone 98555

\\} 9 1,52—3n

Defendant |









—— =.










jeclare the 10 following members duly | ‘he Parish of St. Lucy for the year 1952,
elected to serve as a Vestry for the said | ond as ly 10 persons are required by
Parish of St. George for the year 1952. | law. I will hold a poll at the Vest
Hon. G. D, L. Pile . Room, St. Lucy, next Monday, the 14th
H. H. Goring day of January 1952, between the hours
A. C. Goring of 8 a.m. and 4 p.m
c. L. L. Seak E, St. A. GRIFFITH
M. A. Wilkinson Sheriff
R, E, King 10 1.52—4n
W. A. Yearwood —
E. M. Shiltone NOTICE
pitied Beulnas 1S HEREBY GIVEN that it is the in
Se “ 4 tention of the Commissioners of Highway
t K. MASON, of the Parishes of Saint George and Saint
Sheriff Thomas of this 1 id to cause ‘to be
9 1.52—2n. 4 introduced into the Legislature of this
d a Bill authorising the said Com-
NOTICE nera to



Increase the §
of Highways
to um

salary of the inspector
of the said Parishes
exceeding £500 per



PARISH OF ST. JAMES (a)
1 hereby give Notice that as 13 persons

have been nominated as fit and proper 4 A

















FOK RENT

hai



HOUSES











WANTED

HELP







EXPERIENCED LADY STENO-TYPIS1

| APART Very comfortabie Apart-| ses : ;
| ments Hastings, near Aquatic Club serie Astour & " Lod +t |
com. one room or two rooms | 7 . a |
furr * unfurnished each room OFFICE CLERK—During Crop, offic’
with ng water. Inspection by | cierke previous experience an advantage
pp Pawine"s Lad [Ave Manager, Lower Estate Factory
} ino oa 9.1,52—Tn






| “BUNGALOW

One Furnished Bungalow















in| ENGLISH—Middle aged lady with good
— | references for position of trust to look





——



after household and one elderly gentle





















) herd frozen,



at Coral Sands, Worthing, to an Spereses (nan. Making her home in congenial
torent. FUE partievlers Sppiy on prem ~ surroundings with adequate service. |
at We esta. Levhiey. Reply ZM C/o, Advocate Co. Ltd
6.1.52—t.1.n. | 10.1.52—1
————
\ i shsiguiigiciataimtices secede ities
FLAT One (1) three bedroom fist Ur’) WzAID—One general laundry | mak
aS Ge a ec. Viele Road.’ Mrs. Lisle Bayley, Pavilion Hi
10.1.52—1n 10 any
a gre :
Hastings, living room nag All| experience in typing Accounts.
meeern . Convenseuss rom the 1st] $120.00 per month, Applications in writ
Pabruary. Poem £798 ing to FITZPATRICK GRAHAM & CO
52—3n. | BARCLAYS BANK BLDG
—_ - 8.15 in |
HAMILTON--St. Lawrence Pp. un- oe — 4
furnished, 3 bedrooms ete., water }
electricity. Dial 8144. Miss Bayley, | NOTICE
Marathon, St. Lawrence, next door. Election for the Vesiry of the
10.1.52—In PARISH OF ST. PHILIP
ahem nteersaiiinccennernciteaaa pearson | Notice is hereby given that at the
ROOMS--Large furnishgd cool rooms holding by me of the election of members
runr water, with or without meais,| to serve in the Vestry of the Parish of St
in Woodside Gardens, 10 minutes walk | Philip, on Monday, the 7th day of Jan
to Yacht Club or City. Dial 3356 uary, 1952, at the Church Boys’ Schoo
8 1.52—t.f.n,'St. Philip, the following were duly de
_ clared elected :
“SANTA CLARA" on sea St. Lawrence 1. Mr. Shirley Spencer Blades
Gup. Unfurnished. Apply to Mr, Taylor 2. Mr. Darrell Eustace Lisle Brathwaite
‘Falm Cot” Fontabelle. 9.1.52—2n 3. Mr. Darrell DaCosta Garner
4. Mr. Lionel Everton Greenidge
FOR RENT OR LEASE | 5. Mr. Thomas Duncan Mayers
ROOSEVELT—Maxwell Coast Road.| 6 Mr. Arthur Torrence Skeete
Fully furnished including Frigidaire, | 7. Mr. Reginald Bruce Skeete
Telephone, Rediffusion. Good sea-bathing | 8. Mr. Howard Lisle Smith
Available Ist March. Phone 2224. 9. Mr. Goulbourne Alonza Webster
9.1. 52—t. fn 10. Mr. Reynold St. Clair Weekes.
4 B. A. MOORE,
Sheriff
10.1.52,—1n.

PERSONAL

The public are hereby warned against
giving cerdit to my wife BERYL JORDAN
(nee BURROWS) as I do not hold myself
responsible for her or anyone else con-
tracting any debt or debts in my name
unless by a written order signed by me

HAROLQ JORDAN,
Blackman’s Tenantry.
St. Joseph



LIQUOR LICENSE NOTICE

The application of Grannum & Co.,
Merchants of Swan Street, City, holders
of Liquor License No, 90 of 1952, granted
to them in respect of 1st and 2nd floors
of No. 19 Swan Street, City, for per-
mission to use said Liquor License at
top ffoor of a 2-storey wall building at
corner Trafalgar and Bridge Streets,
city

Dated
To G. B
A Police Magistrate, Dist.

this 8th day of January, 1952
GRIFFITH, Esq.,
“A

GRANNUM & CO.,

per J. JONZ
Applicants
will be con-
to be

“Ay



N.B.-—This application

Licensing Court

Court, District

the 2ist day of January,
a.m.

G



on

1952,

B. GRIFFITH,
Dist. “

A.’
10,1.52—1n





sidered
held at
Monday,
at 11 o'clock,

Ag. Police Magistrate,
LIQUOR LICENSE NOTICE
|







persons to serve in the Vestry for the Annu
Parish of St. James for the year 1952 b) Increase the travelling allowance) ‘The application of Alma Griffith, Shop-
and as only 10 persons are required by of the said Inspector to a sum not | keeper of Poebuck Street, St. Michael,
law, I will hold a poll at the Vestry exceed £100 per annun for permission to seli Spirits, Mait
Room, St, James, next Monday the 14th] The said increases ave effect from | Liquors, &c., at bottom floor of a 2-storey
day of January, 1952 between the hours | the ist day of April, bs wall building in Roebuck Street, City.
of 8 am. and 4.00 p.m Dated this 8th day of January, 1662 Dated this 9th day of January, 1952.
G. K. TAYLOR, CARRINGTON & SEALY To G. B. GRIFFITH, Esq.,
Sheriff Solicitors: Ag. Police Magigtrate, Dist, “A.”
8.1.52--4n 10.1 ed Signed SCIPIO MORRIS,
T a a eT ne eee ‘ for Applicant
NO ICE N.B.—This application will be con-
PARISH OF ST. PETER TAKE NOTICE Sed cs Bélien, Comet. Mintriot “AT an
I HEREBY GIVE NOTICE to all persons Site. tne Side dace Gitaknuael Tine
qualified to vote at the Election of Mem- at 1 ‘ore! “Ke ‘a, m aes ,
bers of the Vestry for the Parish of St rc -
Peter that % have appointed the Parish Ad. Police Stushectate weet, 2A .
Room, Speightstown as the place where et = , 103 52-
all such persons may meet on Monday, =In
Januar 14th 1952, between the hours

of 8 a.m, and 4 p.m, to elect ten Members
to serve the Parish of St. Peter in the
Vestry for the ensuing year.
G. 8. CORBIN
Parochial Treasurer
8.1 62-4n












































NOTICE
PARISH OF ST, PETER
I HEREBY GIVE NOTICE, that more
than ten persons having been nominated
tu serve as Vestrymen for the Parish of
St. Peter of ensuing year, that a
poll will be taken on January 14th 1952,
between the hours of 8 am, and 4 p.m
H. M. HINDS,
Sheriff, Parish of St. Peter
8.1.52—4n That A. BOAKE, ROBERTS & COM-
haste LIMITED, a British Company
NOTICE » trade or business address is 100
Carpenters Road, Stratford, London, Eng
PARISH OF ST. JOSEPH nd, has applied for the registration of a
1 HEREBY GIVE NOTICE that as 11 ]irade mark in Part “A of Register |:
Candidates have been nominated as fit] ;espect of favouring essences.for artic!
and proper persons to repr mt the { food, and curings for articles of
Vestry for the Parish o: St ph fo woud, (the id becoming in u
the rt and as only ten are re gredients in t ticle of food
quired by law IT will hold a Poll at the ( favouring emence for beverages, fru.t
Vestry Room over the Dispensary ne extracts, tavouring leohol
Monday, the 14th day of Januar 1952, ssential oi fine cher for use |
between the hours of 8 a.m. and 4 p.m. ] the manufacture of perf > and soap,
S. H. DURANT, J.P paraldenyce, thymol, menthol, acetc
Sheriff | and alcoho titutes, all being
&.1.52-4n « cal ibatances prepared for use
° medicine nd pharmacy and w
NOTICE t entitled register the same after
cne month from the 9th day o é
IS HEREBY GIVEN that it is the inten pr inin wanhe Gheaes aE
tion of the Vestries of the Parishes of} tie me e give notice in duplica
Saint George, Saint Philip, Christ. m m Nice of opposition of src
Chureh, Saint John, Saint Joseph, Sa ! istration ye trade mark can be sec
Thomas and Saint James of this wla 1! appleat at my of
te cause to be introduced into the Les | Dated t Sixt day of December, 1951
islature of this Island a Bill authorisi H. WILLEAMS
the said Vestries to Increase the sali | Registrar of Trade Mark
ot the Clerk of the Board of Guardio!: | 9.1.52
of each of the said parishes to a & 1
not exceeding £75 per annum; the sod)
authority to have effect from the 2
Mareh, 1961 TAKE NOTICE
Dated this 7th day of January, 19 | ARTE SS.
CARRINGTON & SEALY,
' Solicitors | 0 !
ttre | FORTRIS
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TAKE NOTICE
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| Phat RECKITT & COLMAN LIMITED,






vhose trade or business address is King-

ton Works, Dansom Lane, Hull, Englana,

Manufacturers, has applied for the regis-

ie tration of a trade mark in Part “A” o

tquten PILKINGTON BROTHET'S || register in respect of pharmaceutical and
.IMSTED, a company incorporated und | nedicinal preparations, and will be en-
the laws of Great Britain, whose trade! ttred to register the ne after one
or business address is 277/283 Mart'os|;,onth from the 9th day of January
Bank Building, Water Street, Liverpool 2 unless some person shall in the



i
nemntime give notice in duplicate to me
at my office of opposition of such regis-
wation, The trade mark can be seen on
application my office

Glass Manufacturers, has applied for tie
registration of a trade mark in Part "4
of Register in respect of
structional glass generally,

in the County of Lancaster, Engla |
flat and con- |



for examp!>





plate glass, sheet glass, rolled glavs Dated: this: dist day of Dee
cathedral glass and ornamental glass; and Registrar of Trade Marks
articles of glass and crystal, and will ve 9.1.52—3n
entitted to register the same after one -

month from the 10th day of Janua



1952, unless some person shall in th
meantime give notice in duplicate to me * :

at my office of opposition of such For a radiant shine
registration. The trade mark can be see! ;

seen on application at ny office.







Dated this 28th day of December, 105

| H. W#L.LLAMS

| Registrar of Trade Mark

| 10.1. 52

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LIQUOR LICENSE NOTICE

The application of James H. Buckland,









| Hotel Proprietor of Hastings, Christ
|Chureh, for permission to sell Spirits,
Malt Liquors, &e., at Sea View Guest
House, Hast Christ Church, within
Distriet “A

Dated this $th dws of January, 1952
fo BE, A, MeLEOD, Esq.,

Police Magistrate, Dist. “A,”

Signed M. MAYERS,
for Applicant
N.B.—This application will be con-
idered at a Licensing Court to be
held at Police Court, Distriet “A” on
Monday, the 2ist day of January, 1952
at 11 o'clock, a.m
E. A. McLEOD,
Police Magistrate, Dist. “A.”
10,1.52—-In

That N. V. SPLENDOR GLOEILAM
PENFABRIEKEN, a company organised
nd existing under the laws of the king-

om of The Netherlands, whose trade or
tusiness address is St. Annastraat 198,
Nijmegen, The Netherlands, has applied



for he registration of a trade mark in
Part "A" of Register in respect of electric



iighting installations, apparatus, articies
nd materials, particularly electric in-
indescent lamps, flashlight = larnps.
scharge lemps, fluorescent lamps
ercury-vapour lamps, sodium lamps,

eon lamps, lighting ornaments,, fittings,
bulbs, reflectors, light shades, auxiliar
»pavatus exclusively destined for use
the electric ltiehting field such as
choke-coils, condensers, transformers
resistances, ignition switches, safei '-
ivses and automatic installations for safe
guarding, and will be entitled to register
the same after one month from the
ith day of January, 1952, unless some
person shall in the meantime give notice





in duplicate to me at my office of
opposition of such registration. The
tvade mark can be seen on application

at my office
Dated this 28th day of December, 1951

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TAKE

|

ECAR





That J. &. W. NICHOLSON & CO. |
a British Limited Liabiiity |

LIMITED,
Company, whose trade
address is Distillery,
Street, Clerkenwell,

or business
195 Saint John
London, E.C.1.,

| England, Distillers and Wine and Spirit

Merchants, has applied for the registra-
tion of a trade mark in Part “A" of
Register in respect of wines and spirits,
ard will be entitled to register the same
after one month from the 10th day of
January, 1952, unless some person shall
i the meantime give notice in duplicate
to me at my office of opposition of such
registration. The trade mark can be
seen on application at my office.
Dated this 28th day of December, 1951.
H. WH2SLIAMS,
Registrar of Trade Marks
10. 1.62—3n





TAKE NOTICE



That PILKINGTON BROTHERS
LIMITED, a company tneorporated under
the laws of Great Britain, whose trade
ov business address is 277/283 Martins
Bank Building, Water Street, Liverpool 2,
in the County of Lancaster, England
Glass Manufacturers, hag applied for the
registration of a trade mark in Part "A"
of Register in respect of fat and con
etructional glass generally, for example
plate glass, sheet glass, rolled glass
cathedral glass and ornamental gla
and articles of glass and crystal, and
will be entitled to register the same after
month from the 10th day of January,
1952, unless some person shall in the
meantime give notice in duplicate to
me at my office of opposition of such
registration, The tradem ark can be seen
on application at my office.

Dated this 28th day of December, 1951.









H. WFELLIAMS,
Registrar of Trade Marks,
10,1.52-—





TAKE NOTICE
ABRAC

That A. BOAKE, ROBERTS & COM
PANY LIMITED, a British Company,
whose trade or business address is 100

Carpenters Road, Stratford, London, Eng-
land, has applied for the registration of a
trade mark in Part "A" of Register in
espect of chemical substances used in
manufactures, photography, or philoso-
phiecal research, and anti-corrosives; sub-
stanees used as food or as ingredients in
food; flavouring essences for beverages,
fruit extracts, essential oils, and will be
entitled to register the same after one
month from the 9th day of Januany,
1952, unless some person shall in the
meantime give notice in duplicate to me
t my office of opposition of each regis-
tration. The trade mark can be seen on
application at my office.

Dated this 3ist day of December, 1951.

H. WHLLIAMS, H. WILLIAMS
Registrar of Trade Marke Registrar of Trade Marks
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THURSDAY, JANUARY 10, 1952

MONTREAL, AUSTRALIA AND NEW
ZEALAND LINE LTD.
MANZ LINE

M.V. TEKOA is expected to load at
Australian Ports for Trinidad, Barba-
dos, Bermuda early January and arriv-
ing at Barbados about March 20th

This vessel has ample space for chilled
and general cargo.

Cargo accepted on through Bills of
Lading with transhipment at Trinidad
for British Guiana, Windward and Lee-
ward Islands.

For further particulars apply to—

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TRINIDAD.
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PFSE
The M/V CARIBBEE’ will
accept Cargo and Passengers for
minica Antigua, Montserrat,
t and St Kitts. Sailing
Frid 18th inst
The M/V “DARBRWOOD” will
accept Cargo and Passengers for
St. Lucia, St. Vincent, Grenada,
and Aruba. Date of sailing to
be notified

B.W.I. SCHOONER
OWNERS ASSOC, INC,

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Canadian National Steamships



SOUTHBOUND
“LADY RODNEY” nie le ve o

“LADY NELSON” ae oe ve .
“CANADIAN CRUISER” . ‘
“LADY RODNEY" ..



“LADY NELSON” +e
“CANADIAN CRUISER”
NORTHBOUND Arrives
Barbados
“CAN. CRUISER" 6 Jany.
‘LADY RODNEY" +. 22 Jany
“LADY NELSON” 5 Feby.
7 +20 Feby
4 8 March
“LADY NELSON” 22 March
“CAN. CRUISER" 4 April

For further particulars, apply to

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12 Jany. 14 Jany. 23 Jany,

28 Jany. - ‘

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27 Feby. 29 Feby. 10 March
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23 Jany. 2Feby. 3 Feby. 6 Feby.

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A STEAMER sails 30th Jan.—arrives
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s.s.
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“ALCOA PEGASUS”
“ALCOA PLANTER”
STEAMER os

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P'dos Sth Feb
s P’dos 26th Feb

15th
1952,
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Jan. 1952

B'dos 17th Jan. 1952
s B'dos 3ist Jan. 1952
B'dos 14th Feb. 1952

CANADIAN SERVICE



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28th Dec. 51
llth Jany. 52

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WEST INDIES SCORE 327

Rae Makes 106 Runs

From HAROLD DALE

ALAN RAE

ceston today,
of 327.

It was a sound innings and with Marshall who scored
30 still suffering from his leg,
Rae’s return for the Fifth Test.
and Jones 46 were

Ferguson 52

the other top scorers in a free hit-
ting stand of 88—both hitting six-

es and fours.

Goddard did not bat owing to :
throat infection that has beer
troubling him for some time
is expected to be

a
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He

fit in a few days.

The Tasmanian local side lost
their star batsman, Morrisby, for
19 in the second innings and are
82 behind with nine wickets to
fall.

W.L—ist Innings
Stolimeyer b Cowley 23

Story Of A Famous Team

iy

TOTTENHAM Hotspur, one of
the leading Association football
teams in Britain has been spring-
ing surprises and making records
ever since 1901 when it became
first team in the south of England
to win the Football Association
Cup, hitherto always a prerogative
of northern teams. It struck this
form again in the years 1949—
1951 when it followed a climb to
the top of the Second Division to
the leadership of the First Divis-
ion in two consecutive seasons

In 1882 a youchs who used
to kick a football about on the
Hackney marshes (on the outskirts
of Londen) formed themselves into
a team. Many of them were mem-
bers of the Tottenham cricket
team, a comparatively well-estab-
lished club, and it was from the
members of the cricket club that
they first received encouragement
and financial support In these
early days of pioneer football
when the crossbar was represent-
ed by a piece of tape and a single
football had to last a club
throughout a season, they en-
dured their share of trials and
tribulations. Within 20 years
of their modest but well-founded

ihe





start they were able to place in
the field a team at the Crystal
Palace which attracted 110,820
spectators.

First Game Wiih Arsenal

A year after its formation the
young club was sponsored by the
Young Men’s Christian Associa-
tion and first adopted its now fam-
ous name of Tottenham Hotspur.
Its first incursion into cup foot-
ball, amateur, was made in 1885
when the club beat a business
house team named S.. Albans by
five goals to two. Two years later
Tottenham played its first match
against the Royal Arsenal, the
first of a series of histeric encount-
ers which are now a highlight of
every Briish soccer On
this occasion the match had finally
to be abandoned when the score
was two-one in Tottenham’s favour

season.

because of encroaching darkne

The Spurs decided te become a
professional side in 1895 and such
was its brilliant amateur record
that it was admit.ed to the First
Division and finished in fourth
place of the English league tabl«
for the season 1896-97.

In 1901, amid scenes of wild

enthusiasm, Tottenham brought the
Footbal) Association Cup to Lon-
don for the first time by defeating







Sheffield United, after a replay by
three goals to o1 The team wa
to repeat this feat of winning the
cup exactly 20 year later and
during all those yea no other
club in the sou h of England had
succeeded in wresting the ceveted
trophy from the northern and
Midland team

In 1909 the Spurs undertook its
first overseas tour. In a visit to th

Argentine the club played two ex-

Pos stpone Strike

HAVANA, Jan, 8.
The Restaurant, hotel and
night club Workers’ Union which
claims approximately 10,000 work-
ers, agreed to postpone until Jan
18th, the Cuba-wide general strike





which it called to enforce its de-
mands for a 30 per cent. wage in-
crease,

The Union’s Nationar Assembly
meeting last night, agreed on. i
“truce” on condition that the
Cabinet issue a decree at the Jan.
17th session, ordering the in-
crease.

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took advantage of the opportunity for
practice in the country match against Tasmania at Laun-
and scored 106 out of the West Indies total

SYDNEY, Jan. 10.

THE

journalists, members of

ation,
Each

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3 : year the Association holds
» Lbow. b Lave 106 lection” t . , a :
R i! ¢ Goodwin b Dispos w , election” to decide the six
E es stp. Alexander b Laver 29 sportsmen who have done most
Guill & b Goodwin 0 during the year to uphold and en-
ye 8 eee : hance Britain’s prestige in the
P. J ¢ Morrisby b Displose 46 realm of international sport. Tur-
Valentine not out ..« 3 pin = scored an emphaic tri-
Fergusson stp. Alexander b Cowley 52 umph; he topped the poll, fol-
Total (for 9 wkts. decid.) 427 lowed by Reg Harri (Cyclist),
bis Roger Bannister (athlete),
i. TASMANIA—tnd Innings f : $ |; Geo ffre y Duke (motor
aoe . | cyclist), Freddie Brown (cricketer)
homa 5 s .
Tevidsor 9 as i ad and Max Faulkner (golfer)—in
ba ea “a that order. It was a variety of
‘ota 0 A 7 :
r 1 ALAN RAE choice that paid ample tribute to

the naffon’s widespread activity in



outdoor pursuits.
Turpin received 246 votes, which
was 25 more than Harris. Other

candidates who received substan-
tial votes were Col. Harry Llewel-
lyn, who leads the British show-
jumping team at the 1952 Olym-

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pic Games; Peter M young
Cambridge and Surrey cricket star;
hibition games against Everton,vision in 1951, Tottenham is this Johnny Leach, ‘world table tennis
algo the guests of the Argen- year all set {o break further re- C®@mpion; McDonald Bailey, who
tine, and five games against c The club Ss already shown looks like being Britain’s chief
Argentine _ sides. Such famous that it has lost none of its last sprint hope, for Helsinki next July;
Argentine clubs as Monte Video, season's brilliance and has hi st Fong, ox, -wiange Gf the Diamond
Rosarto, Alumni, were claimed ‘as }, of bringin ff the Se we Sculls at Henley last summer;
victims and Spurs finished this 4; cat Di = © tol Cee Stirling Moss, most brilliant of the
- Solty sporting and successful the wivtintis of te Cup The. and younger school of racing motorists;
our , , 4 Ww 1g \ sre are , : es ativ
so ReAben peter i tid ecard 4 no fewer than seven international ae te peeneeeee “so
5: ties eet eto = “ in this season’s team. Tottenham Page -DNOE SACO Chew estnet ter mes
to one, Three years later, the club goal-keepe : Jennens, the stroke, or Brian
" as winning matches in’ Brussels, goal- aes bak Bitchbyrn; a mgeks Lloyd, the president.
Mineio “s Phen . aes i 3 ‘ ; alf-backs ‘
did ne eek ee Nicholson and Burgess; out3ide- Great In Defeat
. Seas after this jory Medley, inside left B . I was pretty certain that Ran-
tour for another 13 years when it Of mnie Burge 4 ‘ oo ae , dolph Turpin would head the poll
won each of seven matches played wraiee a; unger has uapresenigg As tt st Bri 2 wit ie
against teats in Swi ; Wales and the rest England s the fitst Briton to win th
g é in Switzerland. It was, in fact, this combination world middleweight championship
Adopted By Guernsey that last season helped to my the Since the faraway days of Bob
The Spurs will always occupy a Spurs the championship of the First Fitzsimmons, young Turpin has
unique place in the affections of Division with one of the n ost Put the United Kingdom right back
the inhabitants of the Channel Is- impressive points totals ‘ Anant on the boxing map. I have heard
lands where the team was a fre- years The final atta ositions Many criticisms of the voting on
juent visitor during the inter-war were : ' “ the groups that Turpin was beaten
in the return match with Sugar
i. Hinyed Won Lost Deswr wie “pnts iat Ray Robinson. I saw Turpin win
‘ottenham Hotspur 42 25 7 10 ; 6 the Title at Earls Court, London,
Hubiiose United ¥ bd ip a 40 56 and I saw him lose it at the Polo
‘ l Goat 53 ) Grounds in New York. My opinion
is that he was just as great in de-
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island of Guernsey as a club re- team, devastating speed of attacks pin and Robinson will meet again

of all that



was best and shrewd positional play in de- in Engl c
, : ; 1 s é ay i gland next summer. In that
in T nited Kingdom football. fence has blended it into one of case, Turpin may well prove to
; Having advanced to the leader- the most formidable sides to make be Britain’s No. 1 Sportsman of
ship of the Second Division in fits appearance since World War 1952. for I still think he has the
rf.

1950,

to the top of the First Di-

beating of | Sumer

Ray.

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WEST INDIES batsman G. Gomez falling after

attempting a
Fourth Test in Melbourne on 31.12.51 t ‘

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SPORTSMEN OF

YEAR

By BILL MC GOWRAN, Sports Editor of the Londom “Evening News’
Randolph Turpin is Britain’s outstanding sportsman of 1951.
That is the considered opinion of a large body of sporting

Britain’s

who recently concluded their annual ballot.

Sport Writers’ Associ-

Harris, of course, deserves hig
position without any question or
quibble. In fact, he can consider

himself unlucky not to be at the
top of the list. In any other Euro-
pean count¥y he would have won
in easy lead. But in Britain the
iverage sports follower does not
get so excited about cycling as his
Continental counterpart—which is
odd, since Britain gave the sport
to the world and still builds many
of the best bicycles. Harris topped
the poll in 1950. In 1951, when he
won the world professional sprint
championship for the third year
in succession (an unparalleled
feat) he dropped to second place.
A curious reversal of public
opinion.

Favourite For Olympic Title

Roger Bannister, No. 3 on the
list, is already the generally-
accepted favourite for the 1952
Olympic 1,500-metre title at Hel-
sinki. This tall, quietly confident
young man who trains himself ac-
cording his own thoughtful
theory, is the world’s best miler

to



Every year the members
of Britain's Sports Writers’
Association hold a bailet to
find the six sportsmen who
have done most during the
year in international sport
to uphold Britain's prestige.
In their latest poll, they have
chosen as Sportsman of the
Year the former world mid-
dleweight boxing champion,
Randolph Turpin.

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IN FIRST innings Gerry Gomez is caught by Langley off Johnstone

ler, Tan Johnson, Ring, Gomes.

Brightening .

By PETER WILSON

THURSDAY, JANUARY 18, 1952

GOMEZ CAUG



for four. Left to right—Langley,
Consolidated Pressphoto.

Cricket |



produce a trial say in the Gen- ne county cricket as we un-
AS we are approaching, at tlemen v. Players, which anyway, derstand it is to survive
breakneck speed, thé time of year i§ an entirely meaningl ge The drop in attendances and
when it’ is deemed right and to-day, if it is not an insult to ‘he owing apathy among the
proper for everyone to make new tradition.” eneral public are signposts which
resclutions, so that an over- I would certainly like to see even the most hidebound “pavilion
whelming odour of reforming is these ideas put forward. Cer- wallah” cannot afford to ignore.

in the air, let me put forward some
suggestions improving cricket

These timely proposals follow- '
ing the strictures made by Colo-
nel R. S. Rait Kerr on the sub-
ect of unimaginative play come
from Nigel Haig, old Middlese>
and England player, who recalls
those put forward by Beverley
Lyon in 1930. They are

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One of the greatest road-racing batsmin’s crease would be “tae|
motor-cyclists the sport has ever rowed, a wide counting four in-!
produced. In addition to winning stead of one.
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Belgian Grand Prix—and he i
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Nobody can dispute Freddie this system, according to Nigel]
Brown's greatness as a_ cricket Haig, are as follows: |
captain and Max Faulkner, in 1.—The accent is placed on rate}
bringing the 1951 Open champion- 0f scoring and not, as now, on the)
ship back to Britain achieved the ‘aborious compil of hundreds. |
most outstanding triumph in golf 2.—The bowlers, especially fast}
that has been delivered since the bowlet » would not t Ore et
war less worn out by half-way through!
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Broncos Bea be k we ae own eee con-]
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defeated Mustangs, kippered by nia i ah Ohne Set eee
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in the Polo match at the Garrison — TERR ee
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M. Edghill was the outstanding third da) f county games is a
player of the match. He scored Washout, if not i ual logs
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Mustangs, 5.—The really great playei
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were leading. In the early part than ever.
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hot making use of any good op- .
portunities. They tailed es Sate Realistic r
on many occasions while close t Hal Fakes 8 realistic mee ee
the goal. the game as it exis é He
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THURSDAY U\HR\ in. |52 HXRHADOS \HVIK\TF pxr.r FIVE Ritual Murder Case C.C. Council Do Not Favour Metric System Six Munth* For -' i--v h g — — M Anthony had been ii| ing child I ir*i Inlerx lev* The i %  KM Cpl. Brvan Springer He taken to the Police Station He (the Superintendent! an ii at 6 53 pm and a %  B at 6 S3 M did not see two people in the on whole areI taw Burton The truck was borne of Aiutm children used coming to Bndgetown I a to o to M-hoot. but r(e could not ting in the front and Bui MB were at hi' September 19 ton got off. I went to in* Ml* on the truck and evenlu lid off on the wharf the Wednesday n "< %  fallowing Sundav he •a reported mis.was taken to the i l had been 11 %  H %  %  %  ra Burton i buy il thr data 00 which he *" Urn Springer, hi.s brother and v %  I -. wu cumin* r Crab Hill Station On -%  : the >ea with .. nickel of home nxing aflareia I nice a report wolet I araa puttinit UlJ ,tJ > BO Ogp on a rock. I asked them — %  %  __ al the Sutu,u i. -ell nie a tin of sea egg* aiij '""" "' ** teedo) when Ik. .') Spi mger went Burton told m* he euul.l not sell u, .s. ,.,,.„ i, II n< Ml horn. %  "> about ,-. ..„, ..no carrred the : 1 %  %  %  ltd an t %  chool %  i aba i u ..n. ; ' .iu-iilu taken hta. to ike took ll ,.p t.,e,i to turn inHa than took the ti ovinek Sue gftpitcl ....„, al IIOIJ „ rfVt ud thaj would nut tun,. t.._wi r.., Bndjttown. H> came s,,i,: '' I ,,t the CONN was over he relumed to Crab Hill Thr kOVOa seemed Stuck 1 aafcto town .ind after being In town between \.. ''"' 'dcther I could borrow Uw tor tome time he bought me lh ,! •" Which Uii Subject lo universal acceptance by I'oniiunnwiMlth rouittrtoa the Ui K n .i effect a >n irrm pm poaa) put fur ward by C When i hemade on September 24 Inspectoi Cpl Babh rp| Bryan, datocuvt conatabk %  irne .ind del. ware present Colvln Phllfii i wai li b • ictober 3 He was not sure where I''"toivles at HI I %  it her ad for the done I,him. PMlUjpS was never de"Too foui of them separated Rill After Springtwo pans, Ihe accused : pad Phillips brother going the Upper Boad il !" and Pnlllips and he the lower." h _„, eel Phillip* as an When they got to Phillips' home ,,,. •> j accomplice ha said if.did not Phillips -topped and he went l 'her people There Austin's shop. D ik and Buitun said, "no." leather. The title of the book ami II, %  Home in Pandiaa" at BOOM and and Paradue' and on the (Tool praHd iTifonn.it,.I about the easel lie down Hands Washed We began to leave and whei <"",* 1 wi and read I 1 18 D n %  k to got to Rock's Bay Burt cashed his hands. After he hiJ I ret II IS am %  >i>. .it 11 33 a m AuaUn shop mid gOl Hi thru ii'the Daartn church lYodo to rtvk K Weight* %  ndoti ih Imperial system of IM System WRECK DESTROYED • ii>ii >.ini ana ad up *• %  • %  ii tii %  aad Beta" song Pan Men al raataeeai %  tot .i thai tiir wteah hir i weja suns in pailtlon III di-urrr* I', ihti-> (timi N,l %. • W ml ltht had tM-rn Ii lhmsrkin* l •nial Seer T: mbei in • 1 (omt< 11\ Iteph itstmg that from the kn ud, than ''id noi %  i: .lined hi %  the children had Thr „>,p. u h fI Hate Mid %  lowledg, %  king thi bo A .i Md to the church !" "p^ JSfS^ts G "v -b ul : : S^ 3 5 h-u IV ,ll d nuI T hlm ,hal morni"* "I Itayed home IS mtnulcs und Ha knew Phillips and Burt-.i then went down bj Ooddard'l Sprtnta p until 4 30 o.m While there Cross-examined b> Mi. Clarke, I saw There/a Boyce bul we had ha that the Ausiin to wttoaa no hop ke had g nr wa.ilwut -. Th. lir.l tun.he knew the child mile fioin There/a Boyce's house wan missine was about 8 i* ra.m Coat House Bav and Thereza he said. He did not see Burton Boyce*! hoUM we •• aboul .. Bdia Springer anytime that dny and a half troin each ther. ,, When he saw Springer his rivs-K\miied c"r. "examined by Mr Would l.s. AffreatT ighV bread; b^as" J ^Road SSJtJw ( hur( J'" I'IB | 'i.ni ii"*'' the Bible. After mated l'h<> eliminated wan Hi h %  Hi • polit Si %  %  I I li f fluid m a phial whld i the Oov. emmeni *J Sput Cohered -When Colvln Phllllpa indicated the Spot where the child's bloo.l wai -i.pi" Md to havt on the (round by %  child s Dloo v.ht-n he M* ft • raj tkej wen %  raj pn .. •.• %  he Mid %  Norrnall H woul I from rain K"* MM ^ , Lea ratal „" / l, d %  J >ul IS and the B !" ? N'-mgei. .. -\ p ,.. the "'" %  "* %  w**" of %  .i h it was aboul 11.311 ready aid thi mothei %  '' %  ? %  u "' : Ba togtat bul h '" 1 '"''* t Hi had atnl Uu clothe* Springer house, had bean %  OovarnBurton had : i The return beeaua* they v was negative Th. l.mket m sc^eggs. A-iilch the blood was alleged to The book ivpeared to be novei lent scripture book. lie dM Dot send the People were in the habit Q vernment Bacpassing by Maude Gill and the tcrioloRlsl because it had been lt ,....... v hen BOtafl to the beach used at Ihe sea and he felt that rj u ton -, bffOthei Vivian and any matter would have'been Phillips were ve \ fnenulHa %  way. He had still taken hfl(| hear(1 o( |nc „„„,„ %  chl(J %  %  "" abo "' '-SO that night. H* ^ clvor Greava* heard Ihe child wai two woini i night of SeplemlH-r I MW the child -.ml iiothiiiK to her I cannot remember tefllni the PoUci Maa*Istrate that I Aral heard the news Tom the two women Some people call me General Smutts'. bed inbanc* "f wea a aoMlor In the Trtaldad raw with (he Regiment for ovti ,i year and cannot remember the day I was dli %  %  lendatton. S '/' Jl to Ihe i Ot 111) years, abandon %  .mil that quite i the pro lion oJ the In i %  %  . (> % %  .ilt. red. to one lha Inti i national Meti.ud Kllognun kept lo Parti The circular %  E ts of the abando nm onl of UM ?erlal i (itiriimitttH; l/>/>0/7//.v/ m COXSiDE* nn IHK Mtonm %  %  : Hon M A Cufce "ii the problem i-vi b) the Borbadi lupplj itiori iti Councfl ot %  to take J remoi The rnambers >-t the C erunltti | hit Mi l Lucle-Smith Hn K P ad C H. Kw I i > Dm %  '"" "" pounrl in At me BDBehi %  th) nueed the *! aindl thi he v ould prepare rei on foi the api i ha inemMn ot Uw Council, ai that he would Mnd u to ti .,( |tM OH F>igland. Uor* detailed Intorn it had ti hob > Md .1 lh. -air he navlsaUan. It lh 8§mtt*g Sltim/ts %  I md A J ll %  I %  %  %  Mi Rawle -i G B Grill IS: Mayvi %  m .in* %  %  ...t || ; i %  %  %  Mi Raw la -l"i I %  Stred rltl %  i %  %  ll matb i to th Police I • icepei at the crti i i thai rht nWi %  n evtoui convti %  Latod Not V\ailal>lFor Road ftkking HORK timborazo and Uvw *ua %  i i d %  %  r \kl •ins part %  llll M MM: I M on TlMa%  w. I .i m. CANES BURNT A HIIK Ot unknown nngin ll %  I %  Bight burnt I I f Irvtn b %  uetlM | meiis %  \ 9 in thought uu rept} to thi •hould uthai whethei thes aoi Uetrl i i,..t i very i point, bul thai ins fell it was %  idvteabh tot the United King%  %  (lark.-, I llrst bttj rig from I"'' 1 on Uu lid |h %  rlae not onh to niou ii to a number of nwkwatd %  %  .md hi re .. httle ui,,i i Tin ran Colvln Philred lo In .. % %  %  %  Ih.d tne |n,.n tl)S ten was ihe buckel %  %  %  d"i Mood Kont of the objects spoken of by Colvln Phillip*, the sickle. )r nor torchlight had been found. Th* lowt-r part of the body was found on the police's own tnventlgaUon. not by tho result of sny tiling said by Phillip" Mclv.ir (li-.iv' %  i" released i i red, %  %  %  rharged but the year was IMS %  ad 1.. Barl>.ido> .md I .mi f pe | >hoein.ikei I Went to the United State* tune ,i %  grant I have never killed pigs • ;iid on September 23 he was arrested by the PoUca t->t %  laving an explosivi sulistan.e in ,„ r his possession He was lak< n to Crab Hill where he saw Hiirtoii rbifjti He wai kept |n cue, todv for MVOn or eight days at ll Mill PoUct Station Kvontunvlctod bj the MM.tided and dlsPhllllpi would haw i i honM onh Una after i £ o'i after they had Ml the he Hurt.,ii aratlld have got home in iirBed about 12.50 p m. The distance l>oWnilr m nutodv he waa taken home and Boyefl ,„ hp p oUl e ,„ n r Comer Bewas about a quurter of %  mile f orp he was convicted he was Shoe Maker's lv irleiue • .. i 81 I m In Melvor Oreaves, a 30-year-old the police van Cant BtnunOOdi Sepshoemaker of Pie Corner, said he asked Buri ri Bprlnger if he was ivictknew Burton Springer /rom the the man he accused about the ed f..r having explosive substance, time Burton was a boy They fhlld. Spring! i said 'yes' ii, irrled back to Crab wen on speaking terms though The accuaod and blmatll Hill Station after that not on smoking or drinking terms taken to (rah Hill bv th. Police Re-examined About September 13 i Thli happened in the eveRc-cxamine.l by the King's Samuel Gnddord'. shop at Pie ning. Hi could not rememl>er had Corner about 4 30 pm Burton Capt Btaunondi Ihony, the tamo down the rood and called to Pol %  boon i' 11 iVlng something table Sergeant i. he was matched He had been impressed T that Uu with the %  B71 .nted out il i ove Hole, he appeared to i' doing so qulto Bel red Beptomber if ,.., %  [ .i tin hod faii.n He visited the Bcene of the %  u ber and the present time about 12 • .. Mr remember) I s one Sunday and "He showed m two places of paper. Our was rrom Canada and that read. 'Sorry. Mr. Burton Springer, you cannot be enllRted from the BnUsb Territory to the Canadian Army Von have to leave and com* to Canada' The other one said lie had to come to the Drill Hsll on September 23 or Jl I cannot remember which of . two dates I gave them back to him when I had read them I had no further conversation with him. On the following Friday I was Dili., nil • %  %  at] I yet •n prolonged li lhi ii e Impre aed >< ihe dlnVultiei of ImplemenUni it and did no* wish t,, i.e committed lo it in an II m> furI !" and ti %  Coatl) ll a pointed oul b) ... ihi in \, i \ Mi Del .1 ihul th.-v could mill ii. n i i to ronstderal i|Hiiultd 11 Bhippuig and M %  % %  i lecoptod i .ilfi-l mode I" MlKx.ellen. f tech ..t i %  t the Legutatura to .,,, 1.....I r n I il 4 MM CouU II Ihe pre Ident Mi i> . Ueaco .hn akpreaaad tho beUel ih lha offOI had also l'n .m i'l'.i he proposed l>v Ihe llaib.id.is Worhei \ii i | ad the hop lli.d in the lie.. i rutun itoa would '" %  MI up %  in.dii-i with %  View fnedylnl the Iti itton in lh' %  |tml The ./'""' for family fitness 1 M .I.eurf touree A I,nle idtfsd to %  i ,..?.. GravtM tfyji nd re irMnwaal Chil'vpeiullj • SindwKhei o( e.ery vifiely %  ui on hoi Oui'.ccd tun In Jar.: I oi. J oi.. 4 oi.. I oi.. 14 oi. Port Mr (1. H ultith. A) iiii, P ill \ ,, tan ,i Noel i hapmoi i .i.. Pipeline 1 rrleet MARMITE TM( VITAMIN 8 MA.I | X T R A C1 GIVES COOKING EXTRA GOODNESS AND FLAVOUR YACHTING SEASON OPENS SATURDAY Knife Left He left bis knife thai ho worked with making shoes at his hi The poUoi %  hi knife to Bprlngw Bprlnget did not Ideo, nTfi Ho did Dot beea a Police Constable say anything ibout gittlrig the light man did not tell him about thi l.n.i In Cap! Simmonds' %  | On .,-.. aid i m Ml i inent to Ihi 1'olice which I Mined after it waa read over to me." I was released when the case was but was kept in custody on the charge of having UM • xplosives. "After the CUMthe Police old me back to Crab Hill • i. ber 24 I was taken to a spc*. at Pie Corner The PoUOO also searched my house. After Spiihger aceuned me. the \ o .ill portion of the ten n,i|, t inn. -null .mil four-Inch dlati Int..,national Mm. exacU) and "Hchaelto %  i rtered to. addltlona the iniu'li il DOUnd „ i thi ' • SThiCh -.• %  n tst M)2 ti ot 0 4SS WI I oi ... %  > %  .!.on %  with prlorlt) the* international Kii'.i-i %  exa '•' A Vaufhi muted b> the severe lv and the iTnit.ii s,t. fiovei \ M H chelt at Utc A i.as arrived In mint .hould i* rnformed of ihe Court ol A,,,., ,i Yesienia* lorrkw ware t ,,,.... ,. ..t „ii earK .tail In thi Ktnf Hole MOO fieli# I' o .a,ling aw.it hii. 4 securing IdenUcal value i ... mborH thai section i 1 ...-. i,. %  >.. cvurl thai hi : %  Uv Vb tori i -• ~— tfondoni the Street r a Room at < mti I BUtli n %  i and whllal ho wa i % %  %  1 l.e lost his II M | Met .li I 'ourt that he knowi ihi %  in., L. Before the decision, Theti HARRISONS BROAD ST ti Pipes fTon i.f Ihe Wharf neoi Bridge on Prohyn rrom Crab Hill Uw loos named 0* Ifn temlier 22 il'iit it N t Pie Co wnd aakod hlm if bo know ai tbjni ,,f ti„. child Ha ami ot tald the itreon he (Bryan) aefced. The a. to Crah Hill Station and l-.ti, Ibtrn mnl to th-' Button l< WMlk.d "I'll th, %  %  r to the BtoUon .. rtg thai n .. %  r from thi anco I I . •king at h^ rooord Use Polh %  On their arrival al the Bi Mi I..,.. -t. i I.I. r EI .', hn Work Dei ..id the Mveoaaa tl plpi whlel . ., drop In he -hat are required upply ail Uw tenant! i i %  tho at. leal ks .. atop in Uw II. I I IIH. 1 %  THE R U.Y.C. will Imkl their First Reiiatla at 2 30 p m %  ,,, ;|> ,., „p.M, the 1952 yaciu.n,: Mtm. Forty^ne ^ ^JjSg^ gj . boon handicapped, but it ig doubtful win tin !"!" JJ Aght .lays my case a nil Will %  • %  '• %  The handicap times are a' ~~~Finger Injihrcd In Cyflf Acdd^dl IHI top total %  hand nngon "i Lwnel H %  i %  fur* deni ..i i looen I eight dayi i.,,l iWu>heil Capt Simmonds re. rrom Crab Hill ncl I -.,. if Spimger WaO charged with murdci .mutable Sergeant was. nt of the men in the Police van %  DO Seplembei 2* He could not || I-, lOCttVe TUll was P %  %  %  .... 1 uaod gave him which ho t.i^k down in writl and rood >i lo nlm : I ;n.',o ... At tin On %  aiied tii the wMoooi stand T ktol U Cpl Hrvmi Who Wg I ihe Court room who tatand, Uu ^s Cmptn i . %  0 ot the Pi %  w 'lh other Orleans > %  I pot let n I. After Cpl. Bryan h land i"! about minutes Mr Clarke objected %  %  I '" id uw • %  ... Ill OJQ "EMPIRE PATRAI" PAYS FIRST CALL %  to th. Paira 2 M crl flour, MM) I i %  HI ami iittii,' %  neral • i -n Thi Csaptos Poirol Is ha :. i,\ i' I .i I Brit Bob.. 11 .., I...,.i.i . : %  %  i. CM in' i igiitnent Is thi of many olhers The mi i nation dee ""' i Ip %  thai A/i#f injured DM right knee %  Rudolph Knight -.I M.i-toi Lone I i | at night aboul H t:, p n Aden Kmgiit became In* nl With the .i was g h long Brood Bin 1 i' i • i.. I. i -... Harold Bprinaei -.r .'. i Uw time ol in. l.\IIIOIr>l < I.V4. •\l IOIIIIIII THE P1NE8T CAB PI HJSH EVER MADE • UToimm: Coalouu v, %  llkoaog, Uw minimum funounl .a cl.i.s.s-h.ii.l limsh Lmporvlou lOIIIIIMIXI IIAIV 111 IS V I. SI \ ,.r I IHIIIOMVI SALT Alll \l TDIIIUTI Pi :, t. in i...if Uw lima wllh lull IM labour just pul 11 on ind wl|M It ol easy us Uu, ,ii-,( |h .:! % %  .tnnni; rinlfh will wiiti iimplfl %  %  .1 tost \i loititin: ro-iiw IT'S SO BA01 AMI SO I.OOII OMA SI. tit) i'l %  HOI III floater llatl—Otsifr Road Oephma hit'' Speaking on the m-.tion t>i the Bdlouniment f Uw Ho i 1.M nloht. H 0 ...... condltton" %  .' %  ' I ttonlion to Ihi %  ll ,., Hi ll u| ... lit foi 1 I V*J riding 00 UM Lai which was involved In ... 1 t.-ik pn Wai CLiOKl "id., pi Ranibo* The ... .ii i corner of Ualkelth Bond %  ''' !>-' kei .h Hill at about 0.30 p.m., same evening between X 165. owned u E. G. Hutson oi No :t Pavilta Court. Hastings. ChriM Church. and a bicycle owned and i idd nb) Waldo Humphrey of Gittcns Gap 1 Culloden Boad. 1 the Church | u \ilillllllllelll ( iiulirnied Haii-CoeUe area In 81 John „ „, aaM Ih il i nt i i confirmed %  '' Sl t ,em "|that diatricl would m IIIIST ol tgreot dill cult) Brig % % %  I years. BOOM I nt int.. the Veetn When Mi ~>'\ s '" he Boom the sexton would be UWTO I of thII I • %  " #Hi lid OOl) lemember eatisi'i Tuesdav next we-k at 3 p4l Ui ingeJi In the Vestry Booms Allder made .. aul %  -. inetim.s ne would cot at that the llimse be adjourni I,vine Austin'* place. He hailflve minutes in si.mething to eat at Ihe Vestry rmghI pek September 19 He dTOJ mauby at Austins shop about |M %  the %  Adan.s tOOk Allder'i. motion John t ai .... %  urnment II \ I I %  %  %  now kin %  h. v title tcnlo %  Mi A.i.i' %  %  .to .nii.i membei foi BI I bul M ll %  Mi .\. vould not .... rod to .. %  • %  Rule adj %  %  nment | HARRISONS "';tr\T %  %  %  %  %  %  %  %  %  %  %  %  Juei Received — u fresh shipment am and reach..... the accused showed me the tlips of paper." Tii Mr. Field Greaves said that the accused knew he wai searehe I and Si£ ••"" a .""£TbJSL/'?S Onai ^r •&•—-* uiagoing on to Trinidad. She I Eng calls at La Guaira i cao. CaitggQua and J.m... ra. iriu.i.."*..r. K. be returning to Barbadoi i.. a—naround January 20 via the sam? %  B.I.IUI— s.,..4. %  . I..I..IM.II norexcept Cartagena. She la I unsigned to Messrs •nw & Co.. Ltd. %  • %  d l-b..... i ImUS SUM it I "Hi l.iii ( Inlil afkodotfj ,tnes* called was Cpl Harold Bryan atUched to I M. Jones Police Station. He said on September 19 It was reported to C.I D She Mode it Herself! STRIPED SHIRTING P., y„d $1.04 & $110 IMITATION LINEN 36 .d. P. •-. $1.09 & $118 WHITE POPLIN 31 w.de P., Yd 97c. & $1 04 CAVE SHEPHERD & (IL Ltd. 0. II. 12 (V I i broad Street AFTER Tin: w/t.s RUSH YOl ll. SEED i TONIC UVANS •IIKPHCFW" IONIC RESTORATIVE \n excellet't Vulrienl ToguE cnlainiiithe anli Aiuenuc printiple* ol i.iv.i combined iih Iron and \n nllllli Acid. KNIGHTS LTD.



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applying rlgXrTOU moral Integrity In ti %  %  ndina and UM I protecim Mostly. * .1 time ilkfl in the • i another wo* %  %  un on out Defence P Q %  Coil, ma Re team fancy Uolass, s Hepori %  %  %  % %  D %  %  Jni ini ... ,„ ii,, %  %  Government i %  I i %  %  %  % %  %  who lold %  %  %  I \ tad he Nu • assurance tti ..* %  %  %  %  %  i %  IS'dos. T'tUttl To He Combine*! in travel til in HI in ll.irba %  %  | rho I %  %  ..i the R M s I U 1 have an cquipp, %  to inflict puaiahlni %  we in not building an active U earrj on %  full ac tie war, but we % %  have tn." Anii-lnflaliiin Laws Truman said, %  one of UM %  %  • %  to repair I Uon lawe" •' e lino on %  il he < ,ii,-.i aound don policies. 1 i i get for .i new i %  might be Harden hit bg %  economic aid. hwJudin Aid Fee humpr %  ident foresaw a future in which Europe depend on aid from this country. %  must be ami In B large have diracted that weepom | Mindful thai tfc the President expressed the hope that democrats and Ii, could Blr DOM "withour bi-partisan %  Republican lea tion the existence of such a *'bithoae who think thl mid ease up in Its global light for i i reminder. 'The %  : war Ii rull vei %  -let's not get caught off guard eg Truman had one major depar. 4 %  %  taagC text .ind it earned him a round of applause wtaan he %  than on> ipenditurei I i II would 'he developments • i (fit whole world %  o we v re to stomach %  to fight and unless we tight that nd win it. wr cannot win 'he coU he hot one ~t*.P. 2 British Soldi.rs Killtil lii Isniailia CAIRO I %  %  %  iinded as lh r result of iin exchange ol fir* bcips. .md unknown | '' %  %  The rommiiiu'i'i' said thai %  > W — r.p, known %  • \dvo.1 • %  rn-Mayei I %  ., %  'nit (<" %  M • %  Indies, be wU! %  Bar! I Bin*. ng me in Cape Town are • %  -. and KM special i South Africa," he Mid ...... technicolour and will i* i approjrinuteiy is.uoo arid. They ecordad In five different ,rnl Uu Fnglish version in ited by him. ('niistrucliw Aim lad purpose i %  U un on Bur bit do* i * lined, lid not bt icing enough lo on a nil Hi was, however, Vying to g' .'' %  icsling sidelights. return to Barbados tit a 1 %  Of doing %  full subject on the %  .u BarKidos m he waa prowhlte picturai .: M tht • lime, he i roI ibbcaii C wealth Finance Ministers Talks To Open Jan. 15 It* HAROLD .i UtD I ONDON, Jan. B. Preparationi are already undarwi. tl D liunonwt altfa Finance Minister! Conference opening on January IB to ;!< %  ...i.ivci.i cruui the Stc b -' %  I ad in lu i %  : %  re Bterling area including Britain, the ionwealth except Canada, and %  few DHW > countrie* have only S2.:t50.nno.DOO remauUng in the Treasury. I hat %  alia of the B • ., II A. Butler. 'p' 11 WVle quarter of Mid that the loss could Resigns A us tra lia Sh i/is Sugar hi Hulk Ion. 9. %  %  A "signn.en Ion from laai condl %  ding th4 %  tf.SOO ton.i at tl ^SELS. Jan. 9 I It. : %  %  i.in Party. %  (; i P inortly bat ibmlt th< Ii MS in King Itaudnuin Joeeph I'hollen. 67. %  %  %  meat Pbollen, head of Bel i ni since August 15. 1950, shortly aft* ,'omise on %  signation stemmed from Internal %  %  Opposition, let! by thl r Premier Paul Henri Spnok. would come u> %  %  It %  > ved that King Baudouin would accept UM Qovenunei t>osed entirely Of T' %  %  I %  it* place %  ' n both Internal ind i 1 U %  ilj on the %  pa pew, which norrneili %  %  i %  1 handling of the rallor dustrlal strike threat last October %  until it i' Ike might really take pla. % %  Then it gave h -I' be allowed t" continue. He Intendi i UM Com monwealth. He will Drepare all data to that i tl i :mg more eai ning it isue of UJ* United Ha %  Laboui Prli • .vi i. iver a real came to Vlaablngiati %  .. .llll,. Ol.l . i A to have ICUJ uii.it he wanted The co nun u n ique paid %  under the arrang i defence, the UA has the igM certain bases in the Onfted Kingdom re-enVm tlie underlandlng thai the *e of thne bases In an emergeiuy would be A matter foi joint decutoc bo rlM IfaMM) Ocrtren m il and the U B, Qovanuneni in Iha light jl drcumsun. >.>. prevaiUaa .it the Kiiropeiiii Army Othi bighUgnl "i the romiiiiini. %  u ntinue with rifl< %  %  hat bo; %  •until, iii produce the • %  liAe* onl> un AN. md, Naval ConmaB I r ugiv,-,| •„, (oril.n it. Chun hi] Buprem h maneM I. iStern Hrohliins ri Ban Vur ovei rid to counter the Commui lit tl Lran ,, I Churchill pledged full m i K peace Is restored ;mci welcomed •he three power mUHary confernee wltii i u III MJUttl I I Mil.on I %  levelopmenl and proaper U j ol urea The < ommuniquc < i the ciop) %  B -si Command he set .... i. %  . Kgypl. .Vi: BOBBY KIHIIUl.. Uie Bsrbadix I'lihbcitv (' tain of the H Oaroala h Mi B4 I II for the "Caronls" s bwket of i %  odor* Thslwsll la Cap ; I Ci f.lit local flU'I V aft ,.! t areeiia |M,1H luns) I % %  and ual I u the 1952 U for ii.il-lutdus ii left Barl o'clock Ii Soon jiU'i .iirival Mi B >bb Maau Hanachi 11 L i i %  i %  i the captain, Con i It C, Tiielu. |l. O.B.K R.D., R.N.R., e bouqi i I Freighter In Distress 3BATTU Is B ii. r -iits Pena svit^mMa with 46 crewnv celled '"i .."i I. tht northern P n ^^ %  15-foot N hold thmugti .1 imck in her hull. Bt fought I %  %  Thi l*rnn> H..I... %  %  Uld so ord IM*. E. Gernuui} H l je if trine' Adrift RAUfOUTH, Km : u ... of tu pltchlni Ii .1 1 gel a tow-line on Uu I rVtBf fnirrariw. The cracked Ireigntei %  1 %  Ifoot End Tn. low -line from tui! Tarmoll ,1 t 'id .. % %  to get thtnew Mi 1 K* ith liiirinul ling for 1 .1 bignil to tin I I nUrPris. 1 I 1' ,II %  The %  1 1 1 %  %  1 %  %  dairy Oriticitws Governor F ul< rairio' drift %  %  g b> and %  %  trying to to which ri* •J.e shortC'omtnon• %  fact that %  ing rate through%  iTiportant • 10 lie taken by to stem Inflation which j,ll age .1a direct c^u^e of adverse balance of payc red it restrictions. nd wide — V P. 1 NAliA. Jan 1* public melting %  %  to retan. | i peci.il Arun the 1U u luw and order by milltai I Uw WI B 1 nd %  ning to fight the msiti< start to fin icing and StH'ial Adviser h, \isil W.I. I.... C(l(|< ,i %  %  %  %  %  %  %  PYellminarj Hearing was murrii %  %  %  people 1 iO time he h A On I'age 5



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r .(.i six II.VKIIMMI. \ll\.l( Ml Tlll'R.n V\ I \M \RY 10. 1932 CLASSIFIED ADS. vi IN 11 RVnCH i-i DI ii sxt.rji ttLEWOSt Z50. IN MIMOKIAM L*V U I K II (IUI -1 n CAJTtaflCH U Mother Th a r Ma ,,-. %  mi fo.1* *•" *n* • **-' %  % %  Ollil '> J MB m Jean. in be ran.I-IMII-11 mai bend %  w %  FOR MX! AL'TOMOTIVK All prnofii •Mimt u> ma r"AT.CY MOLAIU1 for lha purpoae nl %  .part undo* the Rarbodna Fan. i M-L.UW Prnd.irln and Esport Art llI tl are wkd io appli l theDepart A—llraiini I Auatin .A-** De.Oni tanin*. MM* CotrlS lor il—aM M u i-ler Phone Mil. CiH' nppaallo *<• inaadr CM *l *n KNIiINt Conii>lela "" %  *•' *"* M>4if differential romplrte TO Fon ITnferl U. IfM % %  - *••' 0-H npiei lM R <1 Mapp. "K tiaemn T i Ml 10 I ^ II TOlftE\<; CAB ISM nw-i I IM. ei Mf B H Ba"*'V Dial 2Md. ; %  -, H Kl.tXTKICAI. %  .1and Twin rtl NOTICE ;-tpp HJfla .< W mHvM bthe rieifc. ..' II. Veetr,BB In "'"• II,. inn JannarT. IMs. Appiar.%  paiMh ol SI Mtfhl. wha ...tanaeForm, of Jppli (..,"> inv. %  i DM \ Mi. haM i. I I NOTICE AWNOI^WI-MRVr* hooklnr n muni a mm i %  IIMl< mull Or *ldo.. wnih at SI yKha*l. who at Ii U \i R8TATI I ma—m* pply on ptnrii.->*>r -n Mfaoatalion .. M %  .„•, %  \\.-\ It 1. V %  •MM II I %  Mill IBvVT HOLSKS wM.i. SHIPPING NOTICES r ioa*n or I* > %  r*nmi.'(TO LAD I II fi %um -~\.i XV1'IJJUt Dv-nnf Crop. "c %  pirvtoui n p#n*". M •*" LMNH E-l-tF-McMti bull I laifr %  %  i %  : W" coorn "• informaUun pHtnt HSI nOfl Wifv I MuflM ..•* Iay with Soort m houwvM and ona rtdnl* *-nl' ,1 (.i km*. "-i. • %  *• .j,, Hmni haa In m.i.ani.1 I* on piflii*>> hursunaunt -illi adni^i-^^ t Rl* ZU < L'1. IKg at BartedM J Thi* vrowl hai utd frOBjo. and I I JI(O n.irpl'd Udlnl wl'ri liar for Billiah Oulani, ward liUntfa. • I I |( .n ran be oWalci-l I C HIDUAN. Mirharl > Vt mv li.lrnM. .i. Ith I tMIII* Andir*. I I*— *l i In tah> %  U *lork MISC-KIXANKOt'S Tiv DCNTUTU nxATtvt .Iiulh %  I p,. Im Kill! lha hour* of %  nntnlnd and rloMns ai p.m ir •htcUon of I* Vr.tr WII.UAM D IOHDA IHAjm 'BOWM '" %  %  : '"% %  %  %  l-rida.. in %  £40 S',' n..ria"i'. <:,xi hi. II M* it,. I'llfl.l* ID larbodoa Rliiiplna Tiadinf Cn COTTI I ATI'ORU CO AI 1 I ION ..i. T'.+l^T '(..Ml.— %  ~ %  %  l %  IH| to rTTZrATRIC-K UHAMAU %  ARTLAVi H*>fK iil-IKi i-iroud* BltU ot ipmrnl ai Tflnldod. Windward and L*0nir rurllwr pailWulala apply rUIUttSS. TTHY Ii CO Lid TRINIDAD DWI. •//'.*//////'•''•''' %  "••••'''*' %  B.W.I. SCHOONER OWNERS ASSOC. INC Ttta 4047. Canadian Naliimai Steamships •^i PM) walrr -Mlr (iardrna. %  I M I f II I M-X. NOTICE l'ii.i. lar lha VMM •! h rtm-N oi -T PMi.ir i n*t*b> i>vni ih*i ai H I •ilill. -' %  > . . Philip, on Monday. %  SANTA CLARA* on oa SI Lawi r.p UnfurakahM Appl> %  > ..!.*>.-Ill" •.: ; ,,, IPU. 'SI Philip. IhInllownB 1.1.-I rl-cld : I Mr Shirley Sprncof I Mi Dairvll Ru>U<* I J Mr Dacirll DaCia 11... H.I-. | ,1 ,1V Th i %  Auflmn KpproalmaK Harbodo* Shlppma k Tladmn lildi.y iir.l lh# 111 •tan IMO a I (-ARRINCSTON SAI Mil RIM IIS I i I-" HtXiTVIl.T M...W-' (OM ROM i.iml incluOin* Frldld.lrr. K-diltuilon 0)d ***-balnlni AvfeilabW 1.1 Mairh Phoiw HM b I W—I f n Ull AKTS ** *" Mw ii, ci.iaa* Dial ii-iv. riltAP houaMokd oi ,-d It !" i I lcla. amall . %  %  MM 'a. I M. era* a. HopNOTICE M ill -r I.IIIRI.I %  %  of SI D withdraw hi. II H Onrtnc I i. I. Seal M A Will II I K.I W. A Yaarwonl u IMHtdh |i.. i.. fcfW srilrrl DouglM itambari duly i lor IhSl.ciif fi i m is UNDER THE IVORY HAMMER ,. ifTtn 61. SB—41 NOnCE PABJSa '! -I I I i %  iTicr i i %  i llw MM .1 a poll al tha %  %  i t p.m %  NOTICE P*RI-H or -r MHI. I Hft*) dlia Motlea thai M IJ p*"""' |>avr Im". nonlnatnt a> lit and pr o p"* piiaini to MfHJ m im* VMUI Mi "" I'mi.h i II JairtM !• %  • • roar IffJi .nl %  n i.oldri. So of ISM. ... IM l.t and Ind Rir. pat. CUV. lor parIJqi-H lJ.--nr at wall bulldlnl al id BrldK-of Jam. GKIFFITM. Saq .i|H1ilf. I)"' OKANNUM .-. i G D GRIFFITH TSM a. Duncan Mav-r. Arthur Torrrnra Skaala Rasinald Brm-a Skaala II..—'J I >iSMSS %  QAulbOiirn' Alonia Wrh-'. Ra.nnM Si Ctalr WaaNa. B A VOOM. Shan" HOI1IROIMJ •all* tall. (tntrw •alia BSSBMfl Ba.lan i_*nv ROI.M | JB Dtcr 11 Dair 1J.DV NElJtON-' i J m CANADIAN CKUISF.H H Jany : 1 i. ••I-*DY nnDNTTi" U Frby %  1-\DY NKIJNJN-II raby F h> Marrh %  CANADIAN (-Huisen1. March .. M ,. h Arm*. MM Arrl.aa Arrlrt* Boiaada. BarkM.. Ban.t. Jaka H.I.I.. i Jany. 7 Jany H Jan.. IT Jany. ft Jan. M Jany S Faby •LADY NELSON CAN CHl'ISKH %  a fati> to Fa* t rosy. 1* Pab> M rssq 1 Marah M NUnh • M.K h a Marrrv %  Maral 'LADY Ml It Maran M tUrrt 1 April 1 April 17 Aplll Tor funhar pait GARDINER 4 April 7 April AUSTIN & CO ., LTD.— AfenU. TAKE NOTICE ^Mcoa.^^Co'lANi-lEft. %  %  TBAJfOsl MUi 'TT.AMIII NEW VfIRK SIRVKI. mir. ndoa |Mh Jan 1t& i iau i. 3Slh rat. IU1 rn ,.MJ ., HlFAMrc RTJ '.Ml iNFW ORI.KW-s SERVICE in i: lh Jan ainvra D doa 31 at Jan IH1 %  I Itlli P-*> 141 TAMKI OBI* Tank. * aalkni Tha jBMAnryc. "-"••,-"-;; VIIK-I COUGH HYI'UP Mau., .u . Official Notice TAKE NOTICE NOTICE l-IRI-B OP ST. PBTIB i iiriicnv uivr. MOT1C1 in -ii IH-I...I. %  i.nlllWd In .Ola at tha lr. l*r. l lha Vaalr* Im lha Pa I'alrr thai Bav* .m IM iP.m II.in Spr.a-m.li>>. i January llih IBM. bri*.-" .,( I am and I pin I., -ar.a lha Pariah of t. PVtrr In lh . r. s NOTICE i tin.ii <> %  -i n its IIHIII1V tHVl NiTH i i *< 'infl bran iiomiii.il • •I APPCAL ra of an uiiai %  .,. mm i%  m thii Coiin tha Hi in %  %  l I Han •a mai'i in Part A %  i %  M O II .1 n.. .flUa -I &f PoalHon .1 I * rB TAKE N'OTICE %  ratala. n|M Ol %  %  I Ma in Ifej %  1 %  '"..i i id ink H I %  ii. %  ,.I,.I..I J %  J.IIIII MiVT.--I or howovor ,i.d Ixnii / %  Wllfl II.-II *I1 %  I I ,.,. hot... nl It inoonl .-! f"f l "' App<-"' ii.,,,--. Bfiaa.i.twi. I^OInl M.nli ItW. in ordar ,a i.. lha naturo —id. pTMrU %  • %  ii .! %  i" -M l a" clam. %  %  .i ,ua> attend tha a. i .. %  %  TAKE NOTICE ,u.rMm ISM M" and Ii. . I II In NOTICE rtii-n in at iiiif-m I HEWESY OIVF NIFTICI || I Candldaloa nine b." %  I,..mi I.I.I MMiav. lha lain Urlwai i. II Hi. Ii. day ..I Januai l-ft.if H a in IH'HAVT I r i I I. ,II H' NOTICE IIY GIVFN Hi.I %  II.!• % %  : ,.l-hiiip Chi I i' M nl' UCENSE NOTICE ^ % %  cation ft Alina CrinUh. Hhopall Spirt la. I W NICIIUIfl I.IMTTEO. .< BnliUl l.i.-iiU-d LMB Companv, whoaa Irada or b'j-|.>a-> addrvaa %  IMaiillarv. IM Balnl John Strawt. CWrkanv.nl. Loivdon, T.C I Kna-land. Dl.UUai. and Wlno and Spirit Marcltanu. h-a appliad for tha roRMiaii. HI of a ir.ida mark In Part A" nf H-itHtai In rrapacl t-f wina. and -p nn .. %  il will ba rnlltlM to laai.lar tha im%  Mar uno month from tha 10th dav ..I >*; unlaaa aoma par .an .1-11 i lha maanllma aiva wllcr In t v %  T.. ir.a U l m> ofRco ol oppollUOn of mfh irRiiiralian Thr trM* mark MR M ..ppllc-iion .1 mi oeo. Iliiad Ihi. Mth d. of DocostBar. ltSI. II W HaLIAMS. RaaUi^-i nl TlMMJ M.nk. -IU lllr.UMi VANADIAN MIVH.I sa ..n. N.li'aa Itarbaaaa Utn Nov. ftl tth Dae I S "ALCOA PEGASUS14th Dae. SI Mth Dao. •! M %  ALCOA PLANTER— Mth Doc. II ilh Jany. 8J A STKAMKH I Ilh Jany. Jl Hit Jany. Bl ROBERT TBUSI E.TD. — NEW TOU AND GULF nERVICB. \I ii l. i:OSTA % %  • CO, LTIf —CANADIAN SLKVICR I in parwMSMM en *r at bjittntn flo~i .if a l-aloiay lU-'i.i". -irrai. Cil) ii i ihu HII it. u> Ja H afUTPTTH. •'! I'..ma Maaiitula. Di.i A : ^.IPIO MORRIS In, Atml-.ll i, ition win i-.. i. i .. I, II GHirHTll Mr m.i "' IO I n ...n. i%  i i ... Inr artirl %  1 %  %  Saint Oaort*. Saint I %  i ... |.,,| inaald Vrtutat i .II lha Clnk ..( IM i i .. ,i -a. I. nl Ihr uld paiiah*. Io I mil eki'radliiu CIS par a m .hall i .IQUOB LICENSE NOTICE u %  %  MI: .... i %  I.. —II Splitl. .... \ .-.. a ..-i i.i. > %  %  .i. r.i E. A. Mi i..i i: i, rWki i 'A HAVBR* for Appltrimi i, ,.,u l,a .onR | %  %  -I..I %  1 I.I 1 P..I %  PlIIIIM A ... E. A MrlJDOD TAK E NOTI CE FORTRIS TAKE NOTICE SPLENDOR i \ BM npop oi "in \*\ :iKEN. .. company orjamrr .ndar lha law. ol tha Mil* .. i ..I rn,. NrthOflanda. whoaa Hado %  .madtii Tha Nnharlaivd.. ha. .ipplia at *n* raiitralMHi of a trade maik .. %  it A i.l RBJMM* I f—patl nl -.-' %  n|in< IBtaWallOM. appal-i -la. tin in %  iidaaranl lamp. SaihliBhi lamp -pour lamp., hidluan lamp* lifhlina I niniaili fit 1 0.. laftrctor.. haht (hMo*. au> ipaaatui aarlutlvol) da.tlnad I... tna ri.rtn. ihil.. flald t IOSS MIM. iranafa. ••J and a.ilnmal.. in.tallallona lor imi mall in tha ma dupll.ata io mr ,iion of .uch TAKE NOTICE JIOIH:IIT IIIIMI I.IIIII'I:I> PLANTATIONS BITLniNG. LOWIR BKOA1) STRIiET l'avicniry Sales An ml* for: Trsiu-t AitAds Aitlinra, B.O.A.I*, snd BW.I A. ALCOA STEAMSHIP I OMI'XNV l,|.,.li..|. No. .! %  ELWELL CAME Wi hsv ihem ii HI l.l.s Modi I IMHAI I'.ll'llllll M Comer Broad tn Tudor Streets •CYCHVliAMf HOTKI. Hans Miitid.n, . straol 1....11 1 .t| nl l.ii.i aalrr. Entlalid IIU.i Mamif,irtnr.'i' 1 %  11 rostatraUoD ..i ^ Iraatr ran 1 Psri i.l Hrgi.li 1 in ra-iI 1 %  tin. 11.1,1... |.|.la % %  -• %  -1...I ,1. %  11.Had Urt.. %  .1ihrdr.1i aln*. and ornamrnlii -> ..I nlMa and ciyatol. .nl will IH> -i.tlllr.l to radl'lai lha wr. • alt. I i:,<.ntn Irani tha 10th day of Jamiar IML unlaaa NBa parin .hall In II ..^.nllma aiva n..la in dupllcat%  no al m>ofDra nf oppoMUon ot e\ich I Tii. 11 adoin ark ran bo 1 %  >ii .ippll'-ln.n ..t nn tatVva. I)il-d Ihi. Ml', d.v .4 Da. M i11 WM 1 1 %  • %  Itrfi.H I OWHII 10 II %  iimotlal SlMla anil Itouhlr Booms (vtlllt or A Shnwrri till oflor illhoul BflvAtp tollol (or Un CACRAOANK BOTH. 1 Cflm' Of the 1: iS'season. s immediately on the %  V.' .!'!,.:.BBS I.l hi IX A Mi,|| .•.'--.'.'--,----'--.----V'-*#**---*-a"a TAKE NOTICE ABRAC Thai > DOAKF ROBEHTS A COV "AM-.' UMITIED. a Bm.ah Cnmpanv .dan tradOr bnainaaa ad.lra-. I. I 1 1 C.rpantar. Rood. Slrallord, London. Enalind. ha. applied for the rrantralion of a i. Ja mark •<• Part A ol Raai.lrr In -.peci ol CSMMCSl ubaUMM uM in 11 anulartura*. phnlnaraphy. or phllnan. 1 I'lcal raaaarch. nd urn imrntnat. tub• /.iien .lard . tod or M inajrMtonta in lid. flavdurlng aaaan.a. (or bavar-aaa. la. raaantial nlla. and will Da -•tllM How's Your Cooling System ? Well Check Your Radiator and Pump .-. %  the %  M JamH In lha Mflco M oppouiion of oorh Tha trade mark ran bo a 1 MM btark 1 1 1 \t Ml /.V7V//V//'/aV.*/.V.'.'aV>'MW; 1 %  • 1. COI JrtAN I.IMITTI) K 1 appl Man ni rdi, al prepar and will bo % %  .tied BUM %  (!•• one lh M, iinlaai n 1 pa<' -.airhll .1 .nl-al. |„ ajM m m ofStc rMfMBMI OW WBaLsAMi Rr> 1 Trade Mark. Tor n radiant shine whi exinbilinc Ins work at (be Musti.n: u v. illinj 1 K Uon io a Unuted numbei ol I; pupilm ;ir.iwini'. and ^ paintini: in oft! and watercnlmirs studio. Avenue. Telephm 4 1 U lily and willi U ALL-WHITE IXiHCEI.AIN OEYSEII hut bath is obtain a bio in a matter ot minutes MORNING. NOON, or NIGHT ,ti Vmir GOJ ShoBjrdowit 'ii l"Ki' id-dan /"*"> mmT next BSS|B BRITISH BERGOUGNAN TYRES LVpondable Performanc* — their recommend.itii.il + "NEW TYPE" HEAVY DUTY GIANT Wider tread patterr. >f unparsUeled depth. 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I'M.I inn: IllKIIUMIs M.MK \TI Tiunsnw .1 \M \KV HI i-,.' lURinnosSaiAmocATF r. 1 t -1 mM it. BlfU- Thlir.il:.. Jiinii:.r> It, l3l The JIVn Who Flee I rom Stalin's Army i.. €. II. AMI W. ; Welfare i bit the to adviee tl ,-.i prob1 fur the %  I In July 1940 bul did not ;irn\'m Barbados Until o;iriv in during a expert %  Uniting Compti %  tan "I S1.I1C '"ill: : %  (rant ot undei the Colonial Developmi I i Act. Sir I .. M to the W< . ,i Indies had begun to reel the effect o( the earlier movements which bad been rrrowing dur. period when Sir John M Hubert Ran. %  I ptrollen ointment In April I860 followed a In Barbadoi In Noven %  ii-isii Caribbean terrltoriei met together to bold an inquiry I Indian pr o gr ess at I i ptraO n At that time ware wu* ; %  wiy keen ;.nuBrlUab %  trttTf*^ In the area. The ment hu now largely ited and %  s only sedulously funned by thoea who admire Hussiun imperialism and who denounce Qrsjri Britain*! mtitakei In Ihe thai their own unsavoury i It would lainvidious to iuggett that the healthii i now eqdatii between I u luin and the Weal indies wen %  hi"Ainbieeadorihtn" <>t Sir elaUona have Improved io ottos at Comptroller. .-„! Qaorge waa en Aaelettnl Undei State at the Colonial Office bet h e accepted bii pre i ot Con : Bi lUah Co Ch oj the Caribbean Comnuaaion Hii pros eoca ban %  %  tormy meeting! with iii^ elajaaly'i Seen Trade al Haatii reeponsible tor much pou rin g ol oil on i paten and %  ( even reglona] eon%  i ,.,i ,1,1,. .i twenty monthi he has diapiayed not only a grasp ol Indian ("inn MI view but %  read what luppori the West Indies i rnet I (rom the United Kin In %  The West Indlee have even leason lo %  .in! to Sir George Seel 1 :i route to U* %  back would hava bean ., snhj. i n though there bad i eon DO change ol Government In the United Kingdom tinea bis appointment The year 1053 might wall prove to be that "annui mirabUla" that wai looeelj appuad %  li-ast evei v leasMii I.ii . %  | the Weal Indies will decide ODCC and for ail wh. tend to led. i.iie or not Thej will do tins perhapi not because thai am interested In federation (there can be few sul Inch thev haw ihown lam Interest) bul bacause the conItttUtiona] relationship now existing ben the United Kingdom and the West indies makee tuch %  dadalon Urtpai The United Kingdom must be told by the Wait Iru&ee whether the-y intend to join togathn .md prepare the way for becoming i new Dominion or whether they have u. suggest. The wort begun by me Development and D LM1 was direct consequence ol the ra| v. eat Indian B don in 1930 \\ | at in motion Own haw lllng until the whole British tir with a peaceful n". .. V.i | : fur'.' the West Indian pOOplM ran sul from or add to the acbiovament What car%  pre* .-i,i %  NationSir 0 %  d the future ol the and Welfam on how lla %  red by the West Indian pt %  %  it ii' -, %  ... %  %  %  %  %  %  : %  %  %  %  1 A Document i 111 hi. .".%  %  .' %  think he %  %  %  %  i i ..leu that %  %  of the s i Soviet authori now i HI i can AWAI Hi.illMV j" uunU .1 MMKril Ihjt -..IIIIN trem ptdlciar* i II.IIII in INK alt-krumIIIK Far rwmple !— I ill* H UN -i n o* Ihe i iiHiiitim-i lal H i P il ease* mis-ar jtnil' i u.-jiii ("aarti i MI v f JII Hum Uidoi who aa Urn avari 'I ii-* a '• lildd-l ln*r tilth Mil I Q ih. Ill \\ \-> -L Hoard ilmr III Kaliningrad dormrrl. K nL-.ber I u> I i-t rtul. HMIN ih. CO—I—II liillllll Ii. I tlirnHii out at UM part Mid MM h-rk Ii ul niothrr Ku-.U. h "l ht. (.rrmin ctrt Ir 1 %  up MIU> thptprt lr.. .•mi %  !•)! M k il II I I w mil II Id Hi il till. (WfM l' i %  fMttli Miiria WMMIH so in. dir.il >r .r Ihmine MUI iiRMBIM Mceet |. In %  i I-. T ordered him lu trpnri for m %  li i ill ir mini : nur-r tot liiirmrli. HI 1 Ihe r\ i tmimKs ir de%  nit il UMl Hit* n ii irmplini! fortune too far IIiiil his ....... I > .;, i friend nude for the IroiiUar, 4iid feo dint Uier he Mo trlllnr hi. -|..r. t Ilniuli .Hili.iril!,, .. upyina civilian pep ^"taSTViSMv-i THIS MAN MADE STALIN CHANGE 'NO'TO'YES' hr Seftoo Delmer AHEN tfa Qa pnndina> wen i. ,iM|xisnii; Amartean caracr-diplomai George Frost Kannan M the aaw U.S. am nassauor lur Moscow the men ol the Krem iin were horrified. The> turned him down Itet Vet Mr. Truman, announcing i-)intmenl on Boxing Day, .ud the Rumlaru %  %  %  Ruulaiu n Soviet Army mfar, and trtnm hotel* ••• b) RuMMlW. in barben arc no Iwnin ihavei or. %  to Soviet aoM %  %  mm 11 %  %  .. rman piacea or a-riuienicnt. Thai %  i rman pna. th.if aiu 'ixh luaea, end than at bpeM iMMt<- Sl:ilioiii*i*> iitr lle-sl llook* ill TOM II — And il band bafoee the poltUeal wmihl : bei > %  II. PoUtbu %  HK bains %  ii.i*t dii rid of thi i rabta ml "f < %  < <>s par Cent %  ,ivc lm B< vlet Union liven %  BrlUih iirthortttei %  NiT-.i'*' % %  of Ihe ... r tn of I %  i\. up iii the %  ore "t %  mu %  HI randi rad to the I i \nwrlv %  The Inf I n i„' %  iviim to the vkill"! qui ailed up %  %  I UVTB r thi u.s.s.n M | Hid To PrighteB S IVI1 : . ... % %  %  irho ioui fOBl tmad the West U, met'. Kussian Don-coKmerauon with ai mao • Irentfth. Moscow nawapapari under ordu ibova, singled out Kannan tor menial attach Kremlin Press otiicers, whose job il ll t< S..M.I mtUtan and Induttrta keep in touch with the few foreign curie%  pondnt. allow* in Macaw, let II be unthe progre** thev tn ilerstood— "not (or quotation OT attribution %  itllcial Soviet sources ol course, please' Piuean* ? that Kcnnan was not ucciptable, and thai $?ZF2g2%£2i l '""'" ^ UIIWlM fur Mr. Truman lu put him forward. Thai did not cause much surprise among >n; colleagues in Moscow. For i %  six-footer George Kannan has tWO disquahncations which should autimiatieall;. i rom Russia. 1. He kpeaka Russian fluently, raadl ,m aure you that in even eod writes it well. ih,v peae ftn ity ha S been 2 Ht hm% ^^ m the Sl V iei Untoi iunsnleii.fi. Tliere m a lonR and pjreful cheek bj hiahu CXIK-H' before—as a diplomat for seven years—and .""::;"•:-„"' ;',!,„ v ';s,.;•: o>w" ^ *£'*££!£"***"' AI„u.allKcnn„,k', Sta.w „ and -reliable aouree" | the first director of the ashiliKton pullC>oi the pen i .i IvUUOs 'bout it. ano*ne deserter Is on nt way mil I knew of l'*t ffHI men in *lx week* All I uifi>rmant. To the leMUiaence exi en the Went this InXonnai i %  • %  the ,i Stalin Kiven by ibi Uon of everyday i< • slans frrm all walks of Uft III parti .-f Ih.Soviet Union No vim may say Ho do UM Muab authorltie*. know thai those funitiM-. in not stoo. i-nti-d i>ti us by the Soviet to mislead us and spy on us? 1 1 i ma THE TROOPS -t RP*** lo . ru f'" v "P?"and-planning staff which President Truman ...... (hair Ml the reports forming thK %  •-... ...f the document ihown h •! up in l!M7 to help him with cold war i %  % %  i iii rROOPfl that ""' I' I of the (loctiment %hoi this tabeL Two Picture* The picture <>f thr Bovk t nion that tin report! add set up in 147 to help him with cold wat strategy. The Truman doctrine, the Marshall Plan, the North Atlantic Pact, America's intervenKoreo al the head oi the United %  to the Soviet %  I %  % %  T Ill;.t Of j rlrab. dllapidau.i .„„, rrlvad ountn inhabii.il by %  cowed nuch i<. >:iii underfed, Ql-cioahed people Nations all stem from th.-analvsis tif SDVIC, :"S?"%"\.:^:., • VMM weMogy axto b, %  where. Kcnnan and his staff. II is a picture haul to racoocUa % %  MU aliae I... l.-fi ikai Qtata raaaiailaiiaiil -hn Include no unrel I, Ith thai <.f the K-.-II.I.I. barren tvo a(Ur hl "J lht *tmUtD9pUtmm -ontrois on ihe voik. producen of new pins last year he gave advice to a political group %  %  up inst the h %  of the I I which the Iron I .ittlllH ilround iwv IH-/,., Ehtened tanka,' and riihlfioiK I I s pi tl Id flur ICe k cle k i*.% Sa\ BUobllMmg i /< Svhoot hnivul I i nd kj eHI end whenIt wfjj not ;. to bo] from %  II ovi: Un land it itial function. tNTUtlUTUJ %  • i %  <>f the Un W i. The curt blOCMd thi entire m''t tea ten n Inutai in i t\u amount of coaxing or rcmonOOUld make the men move the carl or even trv to eas %  luaUon, In this c|ueue from the Police Bl Ckl down past Jam, Btr* Hwre were seven 'buses tw Niuooaht end five from dittrtete, two letlvi i i r lorrliN and nina i .11 %  %  %  1 %  or %  .. ( ffUta. .. I %  I w I %  % % %  what the I %  ; .1 i '1 Brii I Qui boui Part % % %  ; %  finrly claai approximately 9 05 a.m. „l_ and w it can be imagined II i %  '( the busiest periods of Uie olOUl and ChUe ?W when p* th.it is "Md"..v w..s h|,-k,-.l In .hri'i .iissual some of the people left Christ? '" %  and walked down to Broad Street to do their shopping IVhtie ihe ear eould follow lale l.iyiiii; %  'inA Mend n| mini' who for thr thru yean ruu Wn I lb aid 10 DU] a 11 pent ibti tuns me to take them ihcra an it was nool Mr. Adams says in reported thi' than had l>een a I iirn|iCommissioners themselves „. ii drove 'hat for this to be done al turned Kirk p-ak hour* between and I] a 1 ll refugees from the Soviet Union satellite countries e/ho PTC planning their liberation. I have a hunch about the Kremlin's sudden change of line on a man who has conducted 1 "private w.ir" BSjalnsl It Can it be that the interval between thi nriginal "No" and the Midden "Ye sents exactly the time it took Stalin's start to translate into Russian, and for the gnat man to read a book written by Kcnnan T This book. "American Diplomacy 1900 t 1950." was published iii October by the University of Chicago Press. 1 am certain that the men in Moscow must be studying it will attention—as Mr. Truman must have studio it. IIKK IIOIM s Kcnnan reveals himself to "world-saving. which, in his opinion, has played too lure, 1 a part in America's conduct of foreign affair^ during the last 50 years He wants Americans to content themselves It caiUM! be argued Mint lha not lie washed or the with the "less ambitious and less inviting fUtten flushed; but surely th; H liuIlvMuil %  i %  || %  •.. ..... . Waterford %  %  ksf. Tla 1 li n' land ll %  Bonool li and within %  I \ MI be 1 1 l %  1 %  end %  %  %  1: tn thi* eaua -MUM. Ineonven • niv friend In addition t>. thithe man put the cart at such an angli %  %  iiutouffa onto .in. vtaUeie and eometimee II ithbUJ ran pims. -'iimsstoncrs should eonhi % %  lung the gutter-, in early hour., when the %  %  %  %  MOTORIST %  o irMroK \ 11 iconn __ in tinbag i; In f nih>n*Uilvnunl %  lha EdMo Silt.—In :, wn Til* 11 i> Tlh iimt fad that AH -t'lrocoti'. euafraph of Un... your issue ol Monmeniion is made 1 r corner of the wall n( America's strictly limited national interests. What the U.S. needs, he lays, is : ". . .The. courage to recognise that if our own purpoae and undertakings here al home are decent j onaa, unsullied by arrogance or hostility towards other people, 0t delusions of superiorL'cepmg uy, then the pursuit of our national Intent can never fail to be conducive to a better world.*' He condemns the American habit of basin 1: M 1 hopes on "verbal undertakings" like thi Kellogg Pact outlawing war or the Unite* Nations Charter. Thin when her hnprs are dashed by repeated violations she immediately, he I the Robert Thorn house and the Bethel Chur.h det^Ument^SjeaiblyVo 'aurar-t P"cewhi to view tinnlfciiding Powers %  tUmUon to the state of -iTai. mi<,ri i-ihle criminals. Mthout going into detail A look would satisfy the moM duinterettad thai ihe inditi r/afl .ised as a urinal and the corner looks more like a latrine. Ileside* ll Ihls. then is refuse scraps of paper, fmil skim, cocoanut shell* l h in addition to the smell rnakei Ihe whole place unsightly. me thai the Sanitary Authority find menu of pi fho commit sanitary nui' -aiUng until the mras i^. made and then paving ex. tia slaft for cleaning %  l Daa1 Besides all thit there is the dun. %  jour newspaper 00 thr ger of tvphrad lo people who buv ttltuda loyod utreshments there because of the Ih 10 Ihe 11 th* City. 1 -top buythlng K.lone li i-ople who |hC ... turn -r. I t no one con" tl I ""''I heap loell 'cs* and tllthine*> 1 School Is hid %  I we of the Sanitary ComSANITATION %  the pur 1 %  %  %  .'. %  %  %  lift'' I" I hiin:-.%  awuor, r %  <-nt for Kennan is non-committal about the I United Nations, bul ha doai hold that col I action should not be taken until thi I advantages as well as the disadvantages 0 unilateral action have been examined. EXCITING The despatch as ambassador to Moscow 1 a man who has just put on record his distrust nf collective approach in diplomacy must be an exciting development for the Russians The Politburo will be only too ready i< believe that Ambassador Kennan's declare-, tion in favour of modest and realistic nationalism in American diplomacy means I America is at last about to do what the\ have to long wanted her to do: to abandoi he Waal and'make unilateral bargain .with the Kremlin. With that in miri ready to tarrytbing—even that aks Russian and con tee through —1 1 s — HUtn\ SPIW Thr ii/niiiii/t "f tJaafl '• Riuinx Svii'iin rulh fur prrfftliun n/ '">/ mui -.a,, tth.n uitmtmmHmg i-liinilhif' mill running rififiiiifi wpfj rsrat n-ly /• PH.h.rMlfOMumlUIKi:, CANVAS mui /7/'//^f;^, to eeiaava maximum iffi• ii'itcy mi "It I'imils a/ Sailing. C. S. Pitcher & Co. I MOT O sMsatejl uC|%ii E r V* BO K Colo rs Da (osla &('(.. I.lil. I eVWUto! WHY NOT CONSEHVE VALUABLE FOOD? Ml UM s MBf* I IM l/l — w Ml MU I FKOM SIOC'K iidiisiA .v .. i.oi. Base. -ui. zm&$ Wllll PROTEINS CEBEALS %  at Time >hredded i\ reublv luffed Wheat Grape HSh. Hraii Hakes Com ftahsa Oal Flakes Ban 1 IKI Wheat MM IAIA Italian Ketchup. IMj i fsl tic per bot lUli JII Chill Sauee. T ; as at 71e per bottle l-rrpared MunUrd. 6 ni Zic per bol \ 1 Sauee. 4He per bol J A 11 IVlll \i Kolla. Butler Brejd r'renrh Bread and Takes I'llOM "< Fresh Baaeasea Baal FilleN I.re llanu Les Hams I ul Ijrce Tin ll.ms 111 ln.-.mIn Tin* Brisket of Beef in l I ini limn Meal \ trnni Sausaeea t isn Smoked Kippers Smukrd li .



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r.\r.r nr.iiT IlARB.inoS \DVOCtTF. TIII'KSDW J \M MIV in. I1B WEST INDIES SCORE 327 I.Ol / DALE SYDNEY, -Ian. 10. ALAN HAE toxik advantage of the opportunity lo pnctl :iniry match it Lauri I 1 10'i out "I ihi v. %  of W. It VM %  ouad iiiimi^ and with Marshall who Ron 30 still MflWing from has log, it may bo Iho prolucta l n-luin fa tlir Filth Tit J2 ami June-. 4*1 v.cu> >' % % % %  %  M bitE ^SK" a .rid of BB—both hitting ixQ es ami It dderd dm noi u.i owipo to .< *""""* thnw.t il %  I lost thru 19 In i>>< aecond innli id \-itli nine I1.1 I.M.i. %  b DUpfc-r in I* OFWWV H xn Total ifor I ki SI ory Ol A Famous Team Hi IIIII \ % % %  i.i ..\.\ SPORTSMEN OF THE YEAR lit I II I MC OOWBAM %  i>n. IJlll..r of Ihe I.ondoa r.\rnhi* Ve' ; Iph Turpin is Bi item's outstanding sportsman of 1051 That I %  :. opinj of a large body of sporting members ol Britain'g Sport Wrtt< who recently concluded their annual ballot. 1 %  I i %  % %  < lUoo without any question or i i done most ijui and inI Irawli unlucky not to ii Or Euroan country he pha* in"i eay teed. But in Brfl rhph i %  rage i 'i' 1 lad about oydlri I Continental counterpart—which i Duke (motet odd, since Britain gave 'he ano4 rid and .-till build* manj •i i r th.beat bl< vt-iiHarrl I a poll in taw. In 195). when he • %  i won the world pi I r> insjMengbJn lor the tbu I la succession (an unp:ir.iU.*l<-l feat) he dropped to second place. A curlou c pubh> opinion. :t\Hiritr For Olympic Tille Roger Binnisier. No. 3 on the hit. u already the generallyl.ivotll III' fCM 'tl TOT'I'I.' Icadii s Turpn more th.n Harris. Other %  i subatan%  %  the Brit lumping teem at the 1852 Olym: % %  (. youni But 1 >1 JL jy Lrr^LH • %  m wm IJfl one of UfO ton teams in nd flvi_ifam. % %  %  .' aides. SIM h famous 1 evei no 1901 li becai the £> Mont, Video, south of 1 %  ..lined — to win the root td Spurs finished Cup. bltl : ''"> "pwtinii and successful %  %  | :li Olympic l,W-metra title .it Hell who ink.. Thr* tall, quietly eonflden! bid Brttatn'a chief %  %  winner of thiDtatnon I | %  cording theory, i : WOO ir.il the world' himself thoughtful tour uy winiiin^ all %  1 94)|__ mat* "< %  • "ii a goal n i 19)51 win '-'" the cluu the top of the Si %  %  ion in : %  %  "' \ hp in UHMlant' "f the I'h.im.i I | U whi :.: %  %  %  %  goal-krcpai Qltchburn, lull backi 1 hall N %  le^ and the i%  uti in. in .o %  liShcd dob, and it wai from thr ol the -in ket club that i| port in tneat aenj deyi ol pioneer lootbail wmafi the cfoaaoai wai ed by .i piece of tjpe iid a tinglv footb-n bad to last a %  iut Ihrouuliout a season, dared their share of trials and trOmlations Within l'l-%rtl i.liur *2 %  % %  I • dual ofTthetr modest but %  : PtW %  • etc* Wlean atari tl '" piece in ., t. ..in ,.t iky %  live <>l the Cambridge bo %  bei n M Jennens, the stroke, or Brinn %  lani <;real In Oefeal %  o>'ipii TurpLn would bead A^ ihe flrtt Briton lu win th %  World iiinldlrwt i. Ilf Il4)lj I -.inmon*. VOUttg Turpin has tted K.oKdom riKht bnek 1 na beaten %  i a rurptn em l i London, %  Grounda in Hew York. M) ipuil n is lhat t;i i. i. a in en bean In victoryti-t TurEver* year the membern ol Hrluiir* Sp.ttWriter*' Auorijlinn hold ballot to iinil ihr >l\ sportsmen whn have done meal diirlnc thr year In Intern*llonal M>ort to iipliuld lint.in prc-IlciIn Uielr l^lesl pollthey have rhosen as Sportsman of thr %  Tear tinformer unrlrf middleweight IM.\-UI rhamplon. Randolph Turpin. IN riRMT luuinfi Oerry Oontat caughi by Lamjley on John-tone far four. Left to right Laugley, _MUler. Ian Joknacn. Eing. Oomer. ,, PresapkOM Brightening English Cricket Br I'lilK IVIUOM thoG we unAS wc are aooroiii-iuiii: it hreakneek %  o i in entirely m r diUon.ignpoata which turns so that an OVt '' rcr,uin ly like to s%  pavlUOfi ; fatore. nily something drastic must be II it nilput (niv. teket.l I nel H. s Rait Kei i %  imaginative put eUddleaex and BnaSaii %  %  %  i i.tv 11 a.m. lo Zl 61 toi lunch. 3 pan I %  ,...!.,, 110.B20 i tors. First (Same With Arsenal A ii YUUIIK Hen's ii'i.'ti.i %  uui name i>t Tottenham into cup toot(...II. anvak whin the .lot flvt itoab to two Two y* Toitcnbara pleyi I i \ i I d i %  [ghllght of I, t : %  I . %  i i Vs favoui the Spin %  %  Uud n a pun af the B ui wild : %  lo Lot don for %  % %  a %  no other Hub in tl tronh) from In ION %  %  %  Poslponr Strike sumnv In that i Kingdom rootbaB .... „, to %  dvaacad to tna moat tonnkUblt %  %  %  ,.. No i so f the Second Division in its appearance Inc. W W li 1953 tot I Mi", think h has the now. He baa run toa %  „ b .i. BUM l **t'" wlnnli nwrfnWM ni"!h Amateur Athletic to-, • %  .• %  %  •. %  conds. ..nd. in Phlbsdelph a.hen inbe if the heo taakntt l a America, be returned betting. "SIS. /I i B^-Should ,, .„ i..r, \'Z r J k 1 'Z"''„ A,m> ',' ; II meet ai lie. With the 'itioolb"" **— %  1OT0. to the top of the First DiII. lulling .if SUaafl %  Ide of the itun . I bi %  i i FALLEN Ot I'M ind engagini! amlle, baa this year g |„ i ..'I'd I.III %  < if beyond all doul I | ii iior-cyi %  piodueei. In atddtl u atead of one, jpth junmr and aenloc Tourk i boui I Ti"Pturacea In the i,i,of M,,,. be bt i %  i. %  .i the oppi %  "double' [tan Grand r, i %  | %  %  inp an%  h %  Advantage* %  in iwi 11b %  y lulkner, tn The bringing the 1951 Open cruunpica on ,h -' ship back to Britain nehfc %  %  %  thai h;.been vei argi %  %  ._ — > %  in con-J %  i. t cat in Ille di %  aittri thai i i i wee In the dl| %  1 UTS YOU BDEAIHEI It's a grand Vickalnh-tertoc.u' take one or i*o %  .MI pi the % % %  it* i'. i rot Broncea, c. BmWO .inn 1. I %  .1 %  ttttangi. Througho %  ustang '.MI. unfortunate in : DMBdl I Of irtunitics. Thej %  ii%  %  %  KeadMii Hal I Chiefs Of Slaffs Will Discuss Asia's Defence HAVANA. 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Truman, in the annual State of the Union Message bef ore | B ‘dos. T'dad To WASHINGTON, Jan, 9. | jer of a 23-mont ld
the joint session of Congress summoned the nation to “move Churchill obtained from Truman eoffrey um on Septem}
‘i Y . rem r ‘ ) mn Oe (
full stream ahead” in the rearmament drive, because the Be Combined the long sought British veto ove 4 6° Pie case io baie
‘threat oi a world war is still very real” use of American air bases in 9. as f :
With British P > M . ‘ | : rye i il Britain for atomic bombing ©: wrs before the Hon. the 1
1 British Prime inister Winston Churchill in the 4m irave hi m disclosed on Wednesday. Justice Sir Allan Coll)
House gallery, Truman solemnly told the nation that 195? is A formal communique on the + the Court of Grant Se
a “crucial” year in the Free World’s defence effort. His Spending a few hours in Barba- results of the eon ace ae a PA a
message Eee the warning with some degree of hope. He ee a atten James A.)conterences pledged the two Eng- Mr. F. E. Field, Assist
“ | Fitzpatrick roducer of travél|/lish speaking countries to work :
said, “if we falter, we can lose all the > > mad = hs * : ; Attorney General is pri
I ; " * le gains we have made iilms of Hollywood, who is better] with other Free Countries “to in- sae wa Seniors So Pron
{ we drive ahead with courage and vigour and deter-|known as “The Voice of the|sure peace and security” ing for the Crown
mination, we can by the end of 1952, be in a pgsition of much | Globe The communique said, “We do C. H. Clarke, K.C., associa
greater security. He arrived here on the R.M.S.j|not believe war is inevitable, nis with Mr. G. B. Nile
If we put forth our best efforts ——-——— -——_———_ | Carenia which called here during}i§ the basis of our policies. We ‘ending Sprinver
this year—and next year—we can/ gv juhe day on its Great Africa—India|are willing at any time to exe & Ok j
be “over the hump” in our effort | Govt. W ill Release | Cruise Bore " wore? im re i. ne nearing:
to build strong defences.” . |} Mr, Fitzpatrick who is accom-]| 5¢t me ssues Dis 1 aa area 1.30 a.m. the jw
: r Me anied by his wife, told the Adve-}&? the peace of the world. he court as defer
rreuman COtUPtion | Fancy Molasses |eate yesterday that ducing the Inet|, FOr a long time Britein hes gate te ee es
an met the issue of corrup- | 3 eo bg - hap r 2 > 2 n hobo
ion in his administration with eal Report |20 years he had produced over 300 Serie ea At wasttle ie notated waste made by the
Vv ~ - lré | i § yric were str t ut-}| 2° r ae ae 2 tg 7 1¢@ 2OLICe,
pledge to weed out and punish| ar oe etn Gaia Pasian Biiteain, without British approval. Medivas tsibn vee. ais
r % doers—* ite see \ or ) » WV o-G yn-May ‘ ‘ a + ta i
ht aha f intend to see re The President of the Chamber Domne: ‘i The former Labour Prime Minis- witnesses who gave evi
a . sti Pe id not disclose any! of Commerce, Mr. D. G. Leacock mpan ter Clement Attlee over a year he prosecution “wens ore
ew plans Se £ 2 : ; 5 “ame I 5 * = F
Ree Silence SE Eat ou peel Jnr., informed a meeting of the| He now on this cruise to do]ago came to Washington on the ned by defence ¢
to submit further re eye on j= [Council cf that Chamber yester-|}more shooting for M.G.M. and} iss Ut a ny He uot iour and a half after he had
ations and invited Congress to one’ lay that he had been given the \'while in the West Indies, he will oH SR See One, ag, 1 detailed account of ho
operate in this effort. Ja ural by the Colonial Secre- combine scenes of Barbados and ah ne ee eee i: i } “ ” : ; a basket of Nowers to Conmodore R, G. Thelwell, on behalf of pent the day the child
Truman said that Congress oe that overninent would: re=/ Tequdsd sanake i pyc a ee ee aa ‘said 7 under as Freda Puneet ose haere the “Caronia” yesterday. Commodore Thelwell is Cap nurdered.
should d f ae lease _ Report of the Fancy Mo-| “Awaiting me in Cape Town are q 3 e Bar of ch y e 4 Pee eRe Moines i hell Larsen and ©o., Ltd., local agents He was arrested by the P
aa coo sane Lekorining too, “by js ioe Commission , two members of my crew and we|the arrangements made for com- tain of the “Caronia”. Mr. Edghill is a Director of Sar anschell La a i t
applying rigorous standards of |* i 5 Jao nenia) | Mor ‘fence, the U.S. has the use for the “Caronia” a Suspect in connectio
moral integrity in its own oper-| The President reminded mem- jAre goirs . nae ae ace a —_e ¥ : - eha es . . 1urder of Geoffrey Boyce bu
att ” : Mae ers } 1 ad mac . *s in Sout rica, e said. me roe f pavele : } .
ations”, bers that Mr. Thomas had mad |e ene tassel i aa Prin oe h-| Kingdom. re-affirm the under- e * . i G -pmiany Rejects terwards released. Eleven
He also urged it to limit:cam-|¢ Suggestion that governmen | a? re xa ; ae - ae Rif oe standing that the use of these 6 ye j tue A a ) J ‘ are to be called
* » © Lace ~~ aC: a :) P a vv B : » ‘eo . the son) o
paign spending and the custom of | 82° ld be ; sked to release the r« en eC Seaeencid 15.000, bases in an emergency would be ali on ta } Lil Ss | , PI lice after the legal at
protecting individuals in investi- por of the Commission and Bae eas tate the world. They] matter for joint decision by His it N Inspection ar ive concluded
gations. he had seen Mr. Adams, who told oar ‘ aaa de ‘ ie “aiftmrent Majesty’s Government and the e ‘ .
‘ . as » recore + 2 F | “¢ ‘ ace »
Mostly, Truman’s message was him that the report had been sent | Wil be aii Ba ORR A kaa U.S. Government in the light of o , , bo Unify Gernaany Supt. Recalled
‘ t. nguages and the English version : TT oD : |
an appeal to the nation not to|'® Governmen | ~~. - circumstances prevailing at the | ¢ Buosrintendank eines
let down in its efforts at a time He had spoken with the Colonial | will be narrated by him. time, | BERLIN, Jan. 9 all ‘te iy Q i aa
4 » ve ‘ é ec Oo give eviaence ye i
when the “world still walks in the ]Secretary a day or two after speak- ’ “tiv i } . ‘ t remier, Otte senile He aot ft
shadow of another world war” ing with Mr. Adams, and he was Constructive Aim European Army | SHORTLY after midday yesterday the famous Cunard ; ki ‘ a : on eet state ete a a oe . :
In this connection, he said that|given the assurance that every- Our tundamental purpose is # Other highiights of the com- World cruise liner Caronia (34,183 gross tons) steamed| " . eS ’ P S athe nt Moatent a ann Sept ah = = = 9
the first job on the home front “is thing possible would be done to] constructive one,” he said and add- munique were : European Defence Me al din », e ered he 1952 tou LENT : : vO Seas & mon eh , oes
j : Z > s i the 195 tourist sei n witing alifice Init "ha cf 1e ea
to move ahead full steam on our] expedite publication, as Govern-|ed: “We try to show what is night Anglo-American determination into Carlisle Bay and usherec n ha thout qualification, Unite i The charge was read to hir
a es } I f Barbad It left Barbados for Port-of-Sipain a Ll itio. inspection of the Sovie nd he was cautionec
Defence Programme.” He said that| ment was fully aware that it was|jfbout tne various places we visii| to encourage the development of or arbados € arbados I t eps tion 1 thine ic e was cautic ne :
the nation now has nearly 3,500,000 | urgent to have it published and we figure that what is wrong|/the European Army, which would o'clock last night he of Gt jeg aid oh ii I asked him whether he d
: : “nti ‘ , s g “ * : “op ” . { Mi , o \ he
men and women in the Armed is hone Of Our business po ae eee as @ Soon after arrival Mr Bobby Edghill. director of elec - hg Bisa . ay ae ~ or af he
Forces : As far as the film on Barbados] fu and equal partner.” Messrs. Hanschell, Larse & (‘o.. Lid sents for th line harge ¢ iurder anc re
A r } : Messrs. Hanschell, Larsen ¢ 0., Lid,, agen { Commission es ; ,
a }- 4 alone . 7 Te erne » re- As regards armany an iro~ ‘ my ne e was not obliged to say ar
He said Our objective is to 2 British Soldiers and Trinidad is concerned, he re a ree obra i and Bur , boarded the ship and presented to the captain, Commodore! ,. \; Kad. by the Claneral: Amami Whitavarhe-umuta’ wack
have an equipped active defence gretted that his stay would not be|pean in egration, e communiqu R. G. Thelwell, O.B.E., R.D., R.N.R.. a bouquet of flower Pa to investigat: ; ns haces ie te
force, in concert with the forces of Ki ll ad I T ili tong enough to do a full subject.|Said in part, “our two Govern- | } »40-da. , » RNR. a | ’ Paris, to. 1 cena ve been written down ar
our Allies, to deter aggression and uke m Ismailia He was, nowever, trying to geijments will continue to give full) © on behalf of the Barbados Publicity Committee pre juisites for free electior evidence against him
to inflict punishing losses on the ‘i some interesting sidelights. support to the efforts now bein: — rong reas The bouquet that addressed | exist both parts of piehmary “He volunteered to give a state
enemy. immediate! f i should CAIRO, Jan. 9 | “If it-is possible,” he said, ‘I will| made to establish a Buropean. De! “to the Captain and officers of the;is not a U.N, Commission, bu ment and Sgt,..Alleyne wi
be attacked ” we are not build- ee eee ee ptian | return to Barbados at a later date| fence Community ‘end’ will’ lend Frei hter In meet eRe eee eee nei feet aoe ‘and read it over to him. He
hie AE” EMG EL ein muniqued that one igyptian | 2 a ge Reese » idea} all assistance in its power in| from the Barback Publicit ‘ at fit was true and correct and
aes wee marries: i villager was wounded ag the re- i “Take PUR nen af * sHe bringing it to fruition. | ‘Committee and the people of He a aes the iiss N = Pee Alleyne and Cpl. Babb signed
é i L scale war, ye ‘ xchange f fire be- 5 4 a Theva sie: af} * ~ CY 3 ados” ) ed ith cxed ft WOLSEY 4 wry = sta ce . >
are putting ourselves in the posi- —. Forte S aeace es unknown island.’ Rd i Bah ‘he pe ang Rep : is ress MiP a ‘ sree " @nund ( i in Paris by the Soviet bloc,| Ss = a nae a
i , . ranidis i a ae : qT > ick é as ar-| P° no e choice betwe Ss, gernere &** ‘ ea Ts Agreemeni{}| >immonds was ke¢
tion to mobilize very rapidly if'we persons near Abusuweir, Ismailia, Mer, Bits Pareles Waa te > ae Ber Ameérican and British rifles and and Queen Anne’s La 1 the Potsdam Agreement ould fdentify the «tatement
have to, added | bados in 1932 when he was pro- “ : : . nawer we Ger in Sovereignty, and was] ¢
Wednesday morning. It tne Laide hia ht nd white pictures|® decision to continue with rifle SEATTLE, Jan, 9 bak the imitteaia tattnn 14 ' vent German uni-|defence Counsel Mr. (
Anti-Inflation Laws ee Cree ener ane 7) \ for M-G.M. At that time he pro-|2™munition being produced. The| The 7,800-ton freighter Penn- chips Yesterday most of the 267 bn, He said, “That's why we| be was going to object t
fematinns i ahs me eo called Barbados me two leaders agreed that both] sylvania with 46 crewmen aboard ve Stan Nusa” boats lets at | vain chige AS ' oe ey I “i ’ htt ee ments the accused 1}
Truman said, “Uur ay The communique said hat. 8} tein idad i the G an sf the Car-| countries will produce the new} called for aid in the storm swept eee hake 4 muied ra ae Govern-| have made b «
law was shot full of holes at the, British officer and an NCO ee biear “9 eee ae ' rifles only on an experimental! northern Pacific on Wednesday at where might well be ex rte ee ary ; iat t-|asked the Chief Justice t
last ion. This year it will be] killed in the engagement. —U.P. one scale.” | night as 45-foot seas pounded into | pect i nce the re imber ' : tae gr ay pi ot by|Jury to withdraw fror
one of the main tasks before Con- On the Atlantic Naval Command] her engine room and Number On 601, an average of more tha ’ e a eee es rr Sarat The Chief Just
to repair the damage and ‘® Ne they failed to reach decision but | hold through a crack in her hull. crewmen: teach: touriet i attack iat 7 oN is Pl ok finish the evidenc
t strong anti-inflation laws”. oy: 1 in nee agreed to continue discussion o! Seven vessels fought the raging The Caronia left Ne York or ‘kesmen on ae er the West first as he was on]
promised to hold the line on v it. Churchill refused to accept »| oecan toward the stricken freighter | January 5 and is due to arrive in mie ‘ abbott e Ki 1 Aden-| Statement and then thr t
prices “just as tightly as the law Supreme American Commander | 695 miles off Washington coast but | iprinidad tto-day and 1 leave | S7erm ye h davvanis toe ag UA a could be made afte
allows” with wage increases per- nearest aid was estimated 15 hous 5 ad ’ ta nm January uer FOVETAMETE
mitted only when ele dfly iisti 2 2 * € > Eastern Problems | away. | : : AL ‘on ad es : i ‘ th “ Howe there had been hopes Accused’'s Statement
fied,” under what he called sound Ins el &, a te] Far East: “The over riding nee ij; The Pennsylvania was “down atl take tourists acro fo ( t th Eastern State might al- ie hie laviis ‘
tabilization policies to counter the Communist threat| her head’-—-her Number One hold |ents in its itinerary he U.N. Commission to enter the ic th Ir : iO : ad
Truman was openly concerned 5 in this area transcends such diver=| so deep in the water that it raised |}, end at South I ! Zone as similarly East Ger see bing ‘ the E
over the possibility that Indo- r gencies as there are in our poli-| her rudder nearly out of the water 11] The return of at t t a delegation to Paris t na ' re ttt
See rete oe saree for a oO en an @ cies towards China.” Truman and] and so ordinary teering was im- | N¢ York is inch { in the « it te iftacking th tnt an Ps aint ‘
new Communist ack. He said i ; e Churchill pledged full eure for | possible.—U.P. Ifare on a Cunarde f tl " Parts a ; statement immediate!
“We can and must inerease aid to U.N, measures in Korea until} choice ag been y harged
t i » of ‘} ace restored and weloonis if | The er e will inch it oll said that Parlamen e sald the distance
the people of Asi That means i " peace is res | ve i vi . : ?
military aid, especially: to those* By HAROLD GI te ONDON.3 4 the three power military confer- ‘Flying Ent ri e!America (Bahi I ie. illed to diseuss the Kast Ger | Theresa Boyce’s house and El
‘ : in _-oht 1 an. 9. ence with France later this week y erprise i Africa (St. Hele Islar Draft Law, designed to re soyce’s house was abou
places like Indo-China, which vi ater >| < ero), ea el ; oad
might be Hardest hit by some new Preparations are already underway for the Commonwealth to nee security in south} A i ‘ Capetown, Port Elizal Dt { ually fa rmany rhe a wa r ok
Communist attack,” adding that} Finance Ministers Conference, opening on January 15 to|¢ast Asia. adrift i Pe sent Pay FWA ther Babout 40-teer scar wrens
asetets : ’ = re ae , 4 7 i * Middle East Britain and Zanzibar). Asia (Colombo, Ce German officials will mee [about 40 feet from Eleano h
> t Ac ate I : ‘ 7 ah nie ena a é é } Zanzibe f t I
Sochanans aid Tacha ents a survey the gravest crisis the Ster ling Area has faced in its America pledged themselves io} lon, Be mii y tndis Ader Afi er this law The We ind 35 from There
aid, g tec ra ; . . tate Pas nite "> ee +s . J 4%, ot f
instruction and capital investment history. The entire sterling area, including Britain, the promote the tability, peaceful] FALMOUTH, England, Jan. 10 7, Port Said), tl Medit rm Government rqpeated| Obliquely opposite y Gil
: Commonwealth except Canada, and a few other countries, development and _ prosperity” of} Captain Kurt Carlsen clung to (Haif A ndri rejected Communist bids fo: house. This was about 120 fe
Aid For Europe have only 50,000,000 remaining in the Treasury. area. The communique expressed | the bow of his pitching ship will N elle Git h talks, and told the Commun-} from where the child wa le
i uns : Q the . > > | . ~ . I J_N q ;
While the President foresaw a! — The Chancellor of the Hr ain that the proposed Allied | spray breaking over him as he ‘ a ( to accept U.N, control, if the;}to have been killed. There w
future in which Europe will not |Exchequer, R. A. Butler, point-| “UC * ro Soni bas se ui | Worked furiously with a hack saw | ourg, S« ; unifying elections inother house belongir to ¢
le ae . r -| 85 soon as possible because it} to clear away the fouled line and 5 :
depend on aid from this country, Bel G c. ing to a record drop of $934,000,-| ° : 0 ¢ I € 4 IN Austin. He had a d
& felt it is the best way of relieving t 5 y-line he Flyi frome tewohl, in place of U.N. action ot
he said, for the present weapons gian FOV ;000 during the last quarter of 4 > >|get a tow-line on the ying hildren. The disiance be
a a . tension in Egypt : Tho ele “ighte I KF ENPi ITs ed the es8tablishment of othe
must be sent in a large volume to 1951, has said that the loss could . | Enterprise, The cracked freighter RLF. E IDI’ i ; rill’s house and Austir
* 1 i > > cr 5 r “Tees As I Commission, five fro
our European allies. “I have di- Resi ns not be allowed to continue, He Iran Churchill and Truman | ¥@5 relling over to 80 degrees a sa alia a ai ithe vas about 150 feet
‘ : a : | . ay Facts “f y ; she fted in 23 foot waves about 0 an : t Germany and five from Wes : ‘
rected that weapons for Europe is intend to lay fact frankl; supported the recent proposal by’| She drif * . ippointed yesterda y the Cour he ages of those of A
; hof, ] es > Com- ; 7 | 9 ile: ' oF The * 0 a yes i mat o draw ti lav
be given very high priority.” before all members of the Com the International Bank of Recon- | 3) mile + Off Land End Th t of the Chambe of Commer . i ’ te ‘ ae Natic i ildren he vy were
Mindful that this is election year BRUSSELS, Jan. 9 nonwealth dat t ‘ruction and Development for | tow Brisa de, ae eee, to prepare exhi which ; A i | " pie. f Ge rm r ind 14. Du
the President expressed the hope e me Pelgtan Premier, Joseph | He a i pierre as sir the olving the Iranian nen 14 ; he a. ores a a en anc tbe sent to thi ‘ Bri pipe kie fafa, aol ace f his investigat
that democrats and Republicans 1olien, under heavy fire from , Stow , ; y wre a “Throughout our talks Tue; mate wager. Sea ” Industries Fai ; a , tactorr | Ne children |
could air their differences “with-|his own Social Christian Party, |Sterling Area is spending more} nan and Churchill said, “we have {to get the new line aboar The Cc ; : ro I of Eastern and we ter hit
out abandoning our bi-partisan|f0F economic policies, handed in | outside the Area than they are} i eon impressed by the need to} A report from destroyer Keith!) p G Jnr., Pr on law alre apr Gren: ap Gill had been intervie i
foreign policy for peace. his Government's resignation, ; earning inside it. _ 2 trengthen the North Atlantic|said Turmoil was waiting for f the Ch l S Grotewohl said that this proposa roncemat ta Gs ’
Oger e Republi ; i ie 15. | Pholien went to the Royal Palace; The real issue of the Common- lreaty Organisation, Carlsen to wave his life jacket in}4.,- Mr CG. H Kir nc id be sent to the West Ger oho M B: PREPORSY |
t ae ee . ees vig barr shortly before noon to submit the | wealth . Conference _ is whether —U.P. a signal to the tug to approach |yj,7) [yy Bundestag. —W.P. eee ay Austin. He cou )
1 OP iene eo ence Of such a “bi- | ccignations to King Baudouin jthe sterling Area institution fs EnterPrise and make a new remember if he asked hy th
ee a onan te ae WhO}! Premier Joseph Pholien, 67, |sufficiently valued ug arenerd ittempt te pass the line arene ter hushand had be
in us country should ease up under heavy fire from his own |membet to make them accep september 19. He i t i
in its global fight for peace, Tru- party for several weeks, owing |the harsh policy of restricted CRICKET NEWS Misfortune ruck Knterprise O e COE "Y I oO ‘ ior vhether she w he
man had one stern reminder. “The}to his economic policies decided |imports and internal economies fain when she was only 57 mile f y 1 nN ( a 1 1 family were at
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threat of war is still very real. We|to hand in the resignation of the |in order to build up defences for LUNCH SCORE from the sanctuary of Falmouth f the alleged snat , .
t > Pex z s 3] giz tovernme terling. Comments made by indi- : su To-day " rifting }
had one Pearl Harbour let’ s not} Belgian Government a a inéeitidrs’ attending the In the match between Tas harbour. To-day — she pee itd
get caught off guard again. Phol ; ; bat vic rs em ee ei Seat ne} mania and the West Indies at eastward at about three miles per | ib ? Mrs, Austin sid
1ollen, an ex-lawyer, has bee sonserence = indicatec nat sor 7 , The > yer i ve é + t .) : nl
Truman had one major depar-|head of Belgium's Social Christian Spout seek to present the need a Toner. ot ” peut ite CRetAay bed by po ni & ya OS ‘oH eg ne EMP On
: ats andin e had interviewed }
ture from his prepared state of the |Government since August 15, 1950,/for a special license to pend| rons for sae ae Ss ae r planes were passing constantly i 1 ime between September 2
Union message text and it earned |shortly after the compromise on|their earnings outside the Ster-| ets at lunch time to-day. overhead. Carlsen and Dancky Kb 4 1 SE Ri / Ve vl R D NIE D 2 .
him a round of applause when he |the Belgian Royal question barely |ling Area woeked trom dawn ‘until 10 an ALOE ' é ” * S had
A Z ere key ounh ‘s ren . Ww C “ s Sprir 1 bee ri
said: “My friends of Congress, less a ae ee aad amne peas Dollars To Spend trying to saw loose the wire noos« ea 2 lic M dont
than one third of the expenditures |signation stemmed from internz a, for example, wants to Y ° ose 8 . : 5 See A had nw ‘ tae ct ines he Canin vesterday dis olice 1
for the cost of World War II would |Party dispute, and it was not ex- wena. ght eh for Tecoma food Gairy Oriticises to wiifn pe, Oe, tow-ling A The Council of e ( hamber of i oH merce ' if re , Ht fe ‘ommitting the murder hetwe
have created the developments|Pected that the Socialist Opposi- supplies Other countries, like an SaaPEipC, ere cussed a letter from Mr. A. E. Taylor on behalf o ote September 19 and Sente
: a i | > rm ere or {> r 5 oe , 1 , lime w . ’ Ee uw . le ‘ , t '
necessary to feed the whole world Doni to oy =e roo an Australia and New Zealand want Governor Keepers, relative to the false rumours which have been cir- |e did not know un‘il ¢ '
so we would not have to stomach rate enrl spaak, wou ’ to spend dollars on capital goods . 1 A 1 . culated in regard to local hotel accommodation indictment stated
Communism. That is what he have ie rte as generally believed that |they cannot obtain inside oe From Our Own Corresponder Socia aviser The letter ted that }! to report it, ne did not know | ‘¢ ; tember 19. H
. aie “ * was 6 any * 1Ster Ares ue te »-armé > + 1} lit da ther yublicit oul be|r r
to fight and unless we fight that/King Baudouin would accept the Ste rling “ee we t a ey ae als GRENADA, Jan. 9 ve pi he Editorial he lay | hr spony ! ( F
battle and win it, we cannot win | Government's Retention aad be Suramar _ onference was|. 4t a public meeting last nig To Visit Wile dvocate c¢ ri cet | i ‘ cused
the cold war or the hot one}that a new Cabinet composed en- | 54! BF Pe aCe tet eee | Galry strongly criticised the Gov relative to the lack | ce date
ither 87 : =e “ bound to be difficult, but it was|Ve"y 4 a iain . . ; nodation ¢ f | Contacts
either.”—U.P. tirely of members of the majority Hot expected that any members | CTNOF $ recent use of veto power Fram Our Owe Copsesnandept) wet B a tid | ' es Publicity Com- Preliminary Hearing
Social Christian Party would take would seek to break away from! to retain the post of Assistant Ad PORT-OF-SPAIN, Jan ? Ps , : Pio ud it t 7 IDM j , : itt ,
its place } Stari oa s inistrator but only blamed Mr. Wilfred Chinn, Social Wel r , | . ere Revier suites ae Before the prelir
the Sterling Area man , . _* ; keepe it t to contradict th
Australia Ships | G : ‘onomic policies} Officials said that the special Arundell’s similar action to mein- fare Adviser to the Secretary of ; ah : SSE eus la witness had «a 1
’ me tae os 1 ond’ ‘che rns tion J difficulty which the Conference | tain the voiunteer constabulary State for the Colonies since ’ | ° aon er re t
‘n bo iternal and internationz f ; er : wi tate Be ee. crive’ in Deis | f mem be
hav ; 1. the rget for |would discuss was not the short-! on the imperial policy to malin “ is @xpected to arrive in ri +} Hotel wiation h tion }
en In Bulk Ist tor itic ad Fi ri, . ; . ns age of doll in Common- w and order by militarism. He on February 10, on hi rst He 1 Me NV Re - Stoll- 1 ( F.
me nae ig nea everal eeke, | wealth cou but the fact that: said all electives of the Windwards to the West Indies, since he } 1 ‘ben West. Ind rade C thougt ufficie
LOND YN, hn Criticism flared up openl the |a dollar deficit was spreading at| were behind Him and were plan- taken up the post committee o f |missioner, The ggestion was a late
Aust n pr at 4 swi floor of Parliament during recent |such frightening rate through- ning to fight the matter “from | ‘ goss Mr. G: C. H NV r Me lr } Mr. Sollmeyer should Pie Corner wa nerally }
eee ae See oe ene eee yates, and practically all ws-jout the Sterling Area. tart to finish.” As the Governor Mr. Chinn wut be accompanic es Rae | lk ritte tk view to getting ‘ove Tenantr fo }
followeq the exar of the West} debates, and ¢ ‘ I ste Ss 1 | is Cov I int H
ne Me ee f t-|papers, which normally backed| One of the most important) attitude was provoking and he by Mis Dora Ibberson i I jt i n the matter . tidied id
famges in B gar lo bribifne Goverriment veased te give ;matters expected to emerge from) woud } very hard stinking Welfare Adviser the Comptre | lent attribute he i
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a or phe Fhe Ly ree ig oa 1 One of the m ajor plaints |forms of action to be taken by ke snstheitional form in the West Indie Durin iy ¢ reservat ( e r t1
Queenslar I r ce wwainst the Governm as the|various members to stem infla~ Gairy mentioned the Carriacou in the West Indies, Mr. Chi | oon He H :
on andling of the nation-wide in- |tion h _all ee as a _direct in oleian saving M Mw preside over a conference of W | er ere OTs en tt
Three crane re nloa ding re dustrial strike threat last Octot 1use verse balance of 1 My capture: tha’ dent Ut Had fate Gfficers from the British ¥ certait at (
cargo of 9,500 to at the rate OlliThe Cabinet lid not t any |ment a gins ‘ ree ( - Indies at Hastings House Bar fi } ee 4 I;
4 rr Surat 1e time involv- tics bf DAO}. ize demands Change 1estic policies,] 8 ed either of the ei =a ne = “a eee fie Color qd smmodation re-|time he }
j y per nt than for ent that the |} ncluding cencsotens di . ar now ns p " Haviland! " ot er r | he
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H* EXCELLENCY the Gov-

ernor has been informed
that His Majesty’s Ships Devon-
shire and Enard Bay will visit
Barbados from 8th to 14th Febru-
ary.

For Colonial Office Talks
Ss® GEORGE SEEL, K.C.M.G.,
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and fare, is leaving today for
Jamaica by air en route to Eng-
land, where he will have conver-
sation ith the Cok il Office
This will be the first visit paid by
Sir George to England since his

arrival in Barbados in April, 1950.
He expects to return in
three weeks.

Canadian Senator
S' NATOR NORMAN LAMBER1

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member of the Upper House

of Canad.’s Federal Parliament
ttawa, accompanied by his wife

and daughter Lois flew in from
Canada yesterday morning by
T.C.A., to spend approximately
one month in Barbados. Senator
Lambert hos been a member of

Parliament for fourteen years. His
home is in Ottawa where he has
been living for the past eighteen
years,

A former journalist he was for
many years a correspondent to the
Toronto Globe—-now the Globe
and Mail.

Not on Board

of Geraldo’s orchestras
on board the Caronia
which paid a brief visit to Barba-
dos yesterday. While they are notj
members of his regular orchestra,
they play under his name.
Geraldo made the last Caribbean
cruise on the Caronia over Christ-
mas but he was not on board this

trip.
Eighth Visit
M* A, 1. GOLDBERG, Presi-
dent of A. I Goldberg,
wholesale. stationers of New
York City, accompanied by Mrs,
Goldberg, arrived here from New
York yestérday on the Coronia on
the Great Africa-India Cruise,
He told Carib that it was his
third cruise on the Coronia and
his 19th -cruise for 60 days or
longer. It was towever, hi
eighth trip to Barbados where he
was always happy to re-visit and
spend an- hour or two with the
natives whom he had always
found very lovable and peaceful

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Friends

MONG. the passengers mak-

ing the hundred-day cruise
on the ‘Coronia which called here
yesterday from New York, was
the Rt. Rev. Harold E. Sawyer,
retired Episcopalian Bishop of
Erie, Pennsylvania. He was
accompanied by Mr. Charles H.
Childs, a Banker and Broker of
Utica, New York.

Bishop Sawyer who has visited
Barbados on several occasions
previously, was last here in 1943.

Back to Trinidad
M*: L, CLYDE COZIER who

has been spending the
Christmas holidays with his
family, returned to Trinidad on
Tuesday morning by B.W.LA.



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‘LFRED E

BOYCE

Cerib ‘raining College
Graduate

ALFRED E. BOYCE, son

R
M of Mr. and Mrs. Alfred E.
joyce of Passage Road, St. Mich-
4el, Barbados, and graduate of the
Caribbean Training College, Trini-
aad, was recently appointed
accountant and Publishing Secre-

t.cy of the Surinam Mission of
Seventh-Day Adventists. He will
tuse up his appointment early this
month,

Mr, Boyce, a member of the Col-

lege Heralds who toured Barbados
early in 1950 wfil also be in charge
of the musie in the Evangelistic
Department of the Mission.

He was also a member of the
Combermere School Glee Club,
which school he attended before
going to ‘Trinidad. He spent five
years at the Caribbean Training
College Maracas, Trinidad, and
graduated in Decernber 1951 as a
business student.

‘Technical Course
Perea members of the Bar-

bados Staff of Cable &
Wireless (West Indies) Ltd.,
recently sat an Examination with
a view to qualifying for a course
in the technical side of the Com-
pany’s work. Messrs. E, St. C. L.
“Sunny” Gilkes and N, W. Smith
both produced a set of very cred-
itable papers and have been
accepted for the 1952 course,

It is hoped that they will sail
by Colombie in April and are
likely to be away from Barbados
for about twenty months. The
first part of their training will
be given in London, but for the

advanced section they will go to
the Company’s Residential Sahool
in Cornwall.

Calling

One of the Ten

RS. THOMAS B. .DAVIS,
prominent social -worker of
Mempriis, Tennessee who earlier
this year was selected as one of
the ten best dressed women of
the world for 1951, arrived here
yesterday on the R.M.S. Caronia.
She said that she had been to
the West Indies before, but thi
was ber first visit to Barbados.
She has already travelled around
the world and had made six
cruises on the Caronia, the last
being in December last year
when she was in the Caribbean.

Automobile Bible

ASSING through 3arbados

yesterday on the R.MS.
Caronia was Mrs, George F.
Slocum, President and owner of
the Automotive News—the Bible
of the Automotive Industry.

She said that the Automotive
news is a weekly publication with
a circulation of 49,000 which is
widely read all over che world.

Mrs. Slocum travelled on the
Caronia on a world cruise last
year, but this was her first visit
to the West Indies. She said that
she had a wonderful trip down
from New York and was delighted
to be in Barbados on such a
sunny day.

B.G. Footballer
R. EDWARD VAN_ GEN-
DEREN, British Guiana in-
tercolonial footballer is at present
spending two months’ holiday ii
Barbados. He arrived here over the
week-end from St. Lucia and has
also visited St. Vincent since he
left British Guiana.

His usual position in the B.G.
team is centre-forward. He hopes
to be here to see some of the local
footballers in action. Mr. Van Gen-
deren is a Jeweller in George-
town.

During his holiday here he is
staying at a house in Worthing
View.





Engaged
HE engagement is announced
in London of Mr. F. G.

“Sleepy” Smith, second son of Mr.
Cc, G. Smith, Headmaster of St.
Simon’s Mixed School, St. Andrew,
to Miss Lois E. Douglas, eldest
daughter of the late Dr. R. Douglas
and Mrs. M. Douglas of Kingston,
Jamaica,

Mr. Smith has just passed his
Bar Finals and will be called to
the Bar on February 5, 1952. Miss
Douglas is a Medical student at
Aberdeen University, Scotland.

Photographer
EEN taking a number of pic-
tures at the Baggage Ware-

house yesterday was Mr. C. G.
Casswell, Official Photographer
of the R.M.S. Coronia.

A native of Gloucestershire, he
was formerly a freelance pho-
tographer working for a number
of papers in Sussex for the past
three years before joining the
Coronia about a month ago.





Y THE WAY .... By Beachcomber

A MAN sat at table talking
with his mouth full. His
aged father, by the fire, who could

not understand a word of what
his son was saying, cried out:
“Sixty-one years ago, when you

were nine, I began to correct this

evil habit of yours. Since then
1 have constantly harped on the
grossness of talking with the

mouth full. My reproofs have had
no effect.” The man at the table,
still munching, made an unintelli-
gible sound. “Swallow your food
before. you speak!” said the old
father. “You can’t swallow this
food,” - interjected an aunt. It's
like furniture.” The old man
looked at her in amazement.
“What an utterly stupid observa-

tion,” he said.
* *
OW this man at the table
was wearing his waistcoat
back to front and his trousers
upside-down. The waistcoat hung
limply down over his chest like

a comic breastplate, and it
not buttoned behind. The
line of the trousers was
round the ankles. There was a
bunching round the calves, and
then, ‘as the trousers got nar-
rower, they were pulled tighter.
The turn-ups were arrested by
the bones of the knees, and the
garment could be pulled no
higher without bursting the
seams. So above the knees the
eater had only his loose-hanging
shirt to keep him warm. This,
too, the old father noticed with
acute displeasure and disapproval,

Time wore on. The old father

was
waist-
sagging

muttered angrily. The eater, his
mouth always full, muttered
unintelligibly. Presently the eater

sat back and wiped his face. His
mouth being now empty, he
stopped talking. The old man and
the aunt went up to bed, When
he heard the doors of the bed-
rooms shut, the eater got up and,
with a knowing smile, put” his
trousers on the right way up and
adjusted his waistcoat. Then he
too went up to his bedroom.
Next morning, the old father was
down early, to have a word with
his son, before the nonsense
started again. But he was too late,
The son’s mouth was already
full, and he was wearing his hat
strapped to his chest, and his
overcoat was tied round his neck.




HEN the aunt, now 61, came

down, she said to the old
man: “I have been reckoning up
Ben. I must have keen just one
year old when you first told Tim

not to talk with his mouth full.
I suppose he’s too old to grow up
now.”” There was no reply,

“MAS Bites Lion,” said the
headline, and I read no fur-
ther, wishing to keep my illu-
sions.. My psychological bureau
tells me that this might happen if
a man, lazily connecting lions
with biting, got the thing the
wrong way rourfd, and bit in-
stead of being bitten. I am re-
ferred, by Professor Mudder-
hjelm, of Uppsala, to the case of
a circus performer with a split
personality. His job was to put
his head in the lion’s mouth. One
day he put the lion’s head in his
own mouth, or as much of it as
would fit comfortably. The beast

was so astounded that it slowly
withdrew its head and stared at
the man in embarrassed surprise.

Twenty Years of Uproar

A N inquiry about the doping

of opera singers, to make
them go faster, recalls to me an
occasion when somebody tam-
pered with Emilia Rustiguzzi's
bucket of champagne before she
went on to sing Soldanella, The
diva sang and sang. Nobody else
got a chance. Bouncing about the
stage like a bewitched boulder,
she roared arias from a dozen
operas. The other singers left the
stage, the orche a stopped play-





ing, there were protests from the
wings, but still that mound of
melody continued to assault the
welkin Finally she fell, ex-
hausted, into the orchestra pit
and sank into an uneasy sleep,

with one leg coiled round an
oboe. The police were anxious to
question two weazle-faced men
in sweaters and caps who were
seen near Rustiguzzi’s dressing-
room earlier in the evening.

The shape of eggs to come
HE failure of an experiment

with a machine designed to
boil

eight eggs simultaneously
shows up the limitations of
science, By now there ought to

be egg-boiling machines the size
of power stations, capable of
mass-boiling millions of eggs. The
boiled eggs should be coming off
the conveyor-belts like hot cakes,
and from every boiling-centre
lorries, or better still, aircraft,
should be rushing the cooked
product to vast storage houses.
Here the boiled eggs should be
frozen and chemically treated, to
await export.

In passing

ROM complaints about the

contents of theatre pro-
grammes I gather that the space
reserved for information about
the play is being swallowed by
irrelevant advertisements. The
part of the programme I always
like is where it says: The cigar-
ette lit by Miss Loona Moon in
Act II is supplied by Toffle and
Bagshaw. Mr; Arthur Cursing’s
hair-oil comes from Maison Smar-
mi. From that it should not be
much of a jump to: Miss Gydia
Greengage cleans her teeth with
Snibbo. Mr. Charles Snadcombe
swears by Mobbleton’s Self-Clip
Braces.





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Mr. MAURICE McGREGOR

T.C,A’s Operations
Manager

R. F. MAURICE McGREGOR,

T.C.A’s Operations Manager
for the Atlantic arrived from
Montreal yesterday by T.C.A and
will be here for approximately
one week. He is a guest at the
Ocean View Hotel

Mr. McGregor is one of T.C.A’s
original pilots and joined the
company in September iys7. me
was a pilot on the ‘plane which
inaugurated T.C.A’s first passen-
ger-carrying flight between Van-
couver and Seattle. A year later
he flew the first T.C.A. ’plane in
regular air mail service between
Winnipeg and Vancouver. In 1940
he was made Assistant Superin-
tendent of Flight Operations in
Vancouver, In 1941 he was
appointed Operations Superin-
tendent of T.C.A’s Central Divi-
sion and later appointed to his
present position in April, 1946. As
Atlantic Operations Manager, Mr.
McGregor thas operationa] juris-
diction over all of T.C.A’s
overseas services which extend to
the United Kingdom, to Bermuda
and to the Caribbean area

Talking Point

Work is not the sovereign rem-
edy ... but it settles many prob-
lems.

—W. Hudson Shaw.

Incidental Intelligence

INCOLN’S Gettysburg address
contained 266 words, The
Ten Commandments contain 297

words. The Declaration of Inde-
pendence contains about 1,500
words. But the office of Price
Stabilisation order fixing prices

for cabbages contains 26,911 words,
—Congressman Arthur Miller, Ne-
braska

—L.E.S.



Across

1. Sweeta that make you resume

gin. (9)
1. Imitation oll-painting (y)
i). Mould valuable outdoors. (4)
12. It's shrew-like in the ring. (3)
13 Noticed in moving ritual. (4)
14. So silly. (5)
15. Covering for a broken rein, (4)
17. Better be out of it than tn. (4)
\9. With a tract at heart it has

defamed (4)
21. Seen in mellow condition. (3)
23. Sickly. sounds like an tncreased
(6)

offer.
24. Idles in slippy fasnion. (5)
25. One way to depend, (4)

Down
. Figures of letters
groomsman, (9)

trom the

1

2. No sapling by its sound. (5) —

3 One at many holders that are
soe e I t gern. (6)

. transparen eID. L

5. fis paintings imitate wood. (7)

6. With which you may remove
hovels. (6)

8. Leg I'd say was icy cold.

9. Condescending to (be
after a loud start. (7)

0. Shows rather in anguish. (4)

6. A test on this proves to be
excessive love. (4)

8. Work, (4) ;

0, Often cast before you du, (3).

2. By the Beachcomber one? (3)

(5)
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Solution of yesterday 5 puzzle. — Across:
L, Miniature; 8. Alone; 9, Olio, 11,
Odin. 13, Ton; 14. lodine: 15, Glace
17 Matiron): ¥0. Lien: 21, Nab,
Accountiant): @4. Pairs: 25. Use. 2%

27 Times. Down: 1. Manilla; 2
3 Noodle: 4, Indian: 5, Tone

10. One: 2

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ate Abuse: 19

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HOLLYWOOD, Jan. 8.

United States television chiefs
fighting behing the scenes batt
topfend off attempts of Americar
tieatre interests to bring major
sporting events exclusively into
motion picture theatres, have won
thé campeign thus far.

With the exception of major
boxing events televised on ;
closed circuit to selected United
States movie theatres al] other
major attractions have been sent
into television owners’ living
rooms countrywide during recent
weeks.

Theatre bosses are yet to launch
a big-seale determined bid to
wrest these attractions away from
channels of television viewers. A
recent instance is the annual Rosé
Bowl Football classic held at Pas-
adena, Los Angeies suburbs. A
big sporting attraction which was
to be televised across the Uniteo
States by the National Broad-
casting Corporation, was surrend-
ered by theatre interests without
a spirited fight. Not since Loew’:
theatre group, has New York
scgoped television moguls in the
Ufiited States with exclusive tele-
vision of Sugar Ray Robinson—
Randolph Turpin middleweight
championship bout, has any the
tre group been able exclusively |
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Fashion News
For Men Only

Although there seems no doubt
that certain of the characteristics
which have been attributed to
Edwardianism in men’s clothe
will continue to influence styling
at least for the time being, a recent
exhibition by a group of West End
tailors in London gave an indics-
tion of fashion trends to come.
Double-breasted, worsted, suits
for instance, showed signs of
squaring-up in the jackets, giving
them a “military look”, based on
the outline of the officer’s Service
tunic.

Despite the fact that the tunic is
normally, a single breasted ger-
ment, some of its outer contour:
and the formal, “closed” look, can
be conveyed in the mid-waisted,
high fastening, double breasted
jacket. Shoulder and chest are
Square and fairly bold; the line
from waist to hip is straight and
what tailors call “easy.” The aim
of a designer would be to produce
a big, imposing, character in the



coat, yet without exaggerating
bodyline features. This is some-
thine quite different from the
eugh shave of an inverted peor

diced bythe ‘anerine down of
’ shoulders and chest to slim

9-fitting in the “athletie” line af
"o or three vears ago. And from
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THURSDAY, JANUARY 10, 1952

$10,000 For Fishing
Boat Engines

Modernising

The Industry

Speeches from the Junior Member for the City, Mr.
A. E. S, Lewis, and the Senior Member for Christ Church,
Mr. C. E, Talma, when the House were debating a Resolu-
tion for $10,000 to add to loans for the rehabilitation of
the Fishing Industry on Tuesday, drew from the Leader
of the House, Mr, G. H. Adams, the remarks that, “Mem-

bers who say they support

the Government should take

the trouble to find out whether Government has a policy

for any particular thing and not
policy,” and, “I have never made

”

votes.

The Resolution was eventually
passed. The $10,000 is to enable
three boat owners to acquire en-
gines for their boats,

The Addendum to the Resolu-

tion states that in view of the
urgent need for increasing the
supply of fresh fish, it is pro-

posed to increase by $10,000 the
revolving fund at present operated
by the Fisheries Advisory Com-
mittee to enable loans to be made

to a limited number of fishing
boat owners to build powered
boats.

Prepared Speeches

Introducing the resolution, Mr.
Adams referred to speeches of
some members who had spoken
on the previous Resolution to help
fishermen, He ‘said that they
knew from experience that some
members came in with prepared
speeches and no matter what Gov-



ernment spokesmen might say,
they just went on with their
speeches,

He said the money was for a
loan not exceeding 50 per cent.
of the value of the boats.

They had found that they had
not got to go and persuade fish-

ermen to build new types of boats,
Government had for some time
been in an indirect way examin-
ing the problem of helping the fish-
ing industry to get bigger fishing
boats.

Some fishermen
their own experience
tage of the better type of boats
and had petitioned Government
to help them. It had come at a
time when the Government were

had seen by
the advan-

contemplating helping them. The
Government were only too glad
to know that they did not have

to go and persuade the fishermen
to try the new type of boat.

“There are three persons who
have these boats nearly finished,”
he said, “and we are asking for
this $10,000 to help buy engines.”

Since, he had heard that there
was another fisherman who might
come up with a similar request.
He mentioned it, he said, by way
of anticipating any accusations
from members if another sum was
required,

How Were They Selected

Mr. E, VD, Motuey (EK) said
he wanted to know what policy
had been adoptqd in selecting

the limited number and how many
had applied. It was within his
knowledge that a greater number
than tnree had applied and sev-
eral had been applying for some
time.

He would throw out the hint
that there was the feeling that it

should be seen to that the right
type of engines were got fo:
Barbados,

Mr. R. Mapp (L) said tha: tne
member Who had just spoken had
omewhat anticipated him He
wanted to know what was m int

when the addendum said a lim t-

ed number

Mr. W. A. Crawford (C) {
that they were faced in the Ho je
for a number of years with 16
question of cold storage facil ies.

“Now we are making pre ion
to enable boats to go great dis-
lances and we ne to 5 goin
greater hauls, I tir i con-
currently th ut ) provid-
ing cold storage facilities should
be consider

“Otherwise e would find that
these boats would go out and

bring in large hauls and the avai!-

able cold storage facilities will
not be enough to accommodate
the catch and a great deal will
be lost.

“IT think we should consider the
question of the amount of cold
storage available now and _ the

possibility of extension in the im-
mediate future.”

Mr. C. E. Talma (L) asked
whether this was something new
on the established principle of
the past. He said he was refer-
ring to the principle involved in
the addendum. Was the assist-
ance being given to boat owners
who might employ fishermen?

Fishermen on Committee

He said that there should be an
extension of the Fishing Advisory
Committee whereby expert and
experienced fishermen would be
included as members, That com-

mittee, constituted as it was,
might have very good academic
brains who could speak on the

theory of fishing but who did not
really understand the elementary
principles of fishing.



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suggest that there is no
a speech merely to catch

gest that this committee should
be changed and include about six
experienced fishermen from the
different fishing villages.

“Three can come from Christ
Church, one from Silver Sands,
one from Oistin and one from
St. Lawrence.

Mr. A. E. .S. Lewis (L) said
that he would suggest that if the
Honourable member's suggestion
was taken up there should be a
fisherman from the City.

Capitalists

He said that he could say that
the request that might be ex-
pected from a certain quarter was

going to be $10,000, It seemed
that a man who could invest
$10,000 was not a fisherman but
a capitalist.

“Refer this matter to a Select
Committee for a week and let
Government go and establish a

definite policy on which they are
going to make these loans,’ he
said, “You may be offending
some people.” Are you encourag-
ing people who have a great deal
of money to put out fishing boats

to prevent fish from going to
smaller fishermen?

Mr. F. E. Miller (L) said that
the Government had to be pro-

gressive and they should look for
a better type of fishing boat

The question was whether or
not the type of craft being sug-
gested would eliminate fishermen
they were so eager to serve

Mr. O. T. Allder (I) said that
people were always scrambling on
the beaches for fish when a boat
came in and whoever wanted
loans with a view to extending
the fishing industry should” be
given them. Government should
spend no less than $1,000,000 for
the extension of the fishing indus-
try. That that be done
was realised more when they saw
they paid so much for Canadian
salt fish,

should

Five Applied

Replying, Mr. Adams said that
members Who said they support-
ed the Government and had points
to make should take the trouble
to find out whether Government
had a policy or not.

Five people had applied to the

committee, he said, and one of
them was warned that the sum
of money he was asking for was
great and he was not likely to
get it.

Surely if the Honourable mem-
ber had any doubts about it, he
should at least have asked him
about it instead of coming to the

House and maki the sus ion





that the Govercvment had = no
pring

“T huve never made ; peech
merely to catch votes,” he aid
There i © principle that we
only | money to. fishermen
Wihe . y

He agree hat if Mr John
Mannit for mone t
build shing fleet, that was a
horse of another colour

“It is tragic that even ly imoli
cation s Governmn: should be
accused of 9 pe like that,’

The Go-vernmer pol in
Executive Com:n't! i veen,
“let us make a uuing and le

us get, say, six i ‘s.” When the
Government were contemplating
buying half a dozen, the Fishins
Committee wrote and told us
that three people had constructed
their boats and Government could
help them and watch the results.

So it had come to the satisfactory
pass that instead of hurting one’s
head as to who should be selected
to own the experimental boats,
thore were three people with boats
already.

The principle was the old prin-
ciple, It was the question of how
much money in the General Esti-
mates could be afforded to be used
for any particular item.

“Who on reflection
agine that if we had
tion from a man who



could im-
an applica-
was merely

out to make money out of the
fishing industry and who might
supplant fishermen, we would
lend him money?” he asked.

They had the Fishing Bill the
previous year and a_ fisherman
was defined as one who made his
ltving from fishing.

Mr. Talma (L) said that he had
only asked a question. He had
not stated that there had been any
departure, he had merely asked
whether there had been.

Admirable as the Resolution
a monopoly, With the passing of

the Resolution, he firmly believed
approach

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IT 1S 6 pi your employer YOUR employer (cares a YOU HAVE t merort n A RIVAL business exe offers YOUR EMPLOY! R ctated a gran matical erren
asks you to “come in and note that he cannot br con- npo but -wast t you a similar appotn tne o the r an inoorre Would you:—
bring your book,” You have tacted until next day. He that your employer is oul town one you hold, but at ¢ reatly (A) Stop his dictation and pdint it out? (B)
undertaken to meet a friend has a long-stand ng when shadow is suddenly increased salary Wow yOus~~ Correet it when typing and point it out afterwards ?
arriving on the boat train appointment that eT. silhouetted in the door his (A) Thank him bo refuse (C) Correct it when typing and say nothing ?
at 615 Would you:— noon Would you.- offic Would you politely? (B) Ask him ior time

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tion without comment? known haunts? (B) Mr. Jones told you he had.) | time with your present — eniplayer
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Government tor loans.

mr. &. a. Motley («£) said that
from Wwe spe€cnes, ne gaine:eu
that there wa@S an anti-Capiriiusis
leeling al.inougn it was generaily
Kuows tac most of ine inen wno
owned nsning boats were no
fisnermen bul small capitalists,

Bveryiuning used ih We risning

Inaustry snould be subsidisea,
paint, lumber, everything,” he
said. “One flying fish cost six
cents and was more nutritious

than a tin of sardines which cost
19 cents, If fishermen are to be
encouraged, Government should
ao something whereby they could
get their materials cheaper.”
Mr. Talma (L) said that when

Government saw that the three
boats were being used to profit,
Government should utilise the

Government boat “Investigator”
in the same way instead of allow-
ing it to be engaged by the Fisher-
ies Officer who went out purport-
ing to fish, but who did not really
go fishing.

Mr. Miller (L) said that the
“Investigator” had done a good
job for the Fishing Industry and
a tribute should he paid to it.

Mr. Adams (L) said that Civil
Servants could not defend them-
selves, It was easy for them to
accuse a Civil Servant of sheer
dishonesty as they had done. The
“Investigator” had done a good
job going out and finding fishing
banks and reporting to fishermen,
If there was any complaint, it was
that the “Investigator” went out
and fished and did not leave
enough fish for fishermen,

The Resolution was then passed,

ITALIAN
POLITICS
HAS LULL

By S. M. BOSSI

ROME, Jan. 7
lull on the Italian

is moving towards
end as all parties
manoeuvring for the

election. The most

pre-election test is
now scheduled for April, when
the Southern regions of the
country go to the polls for
their twice postponed local ad-
ministrative elections.

The Communists are hard
work in the South. But the chief
interest in political quarters is
centred not so much on the C m-
munists as on how well the
budding new Fascist Mover :snt
Socialista (M.S.1.) will do in ‘he
spring balloting,

The of the country h. 4
adminis sative elections duri:
1951 wih results in which both
non-Communists and Commu-
nists found comfort,

Communists and left-wing So-
cialists lost numerous important
communities in the 1951 balloting.
But returns also indicated that
the ruling Christian Democratic
Party suffered some loss of pop-
ular support not to benefit of the
Communists, but to the Liberals
and the M.S.1.

The Communists lost control of
such important centres as Flor-
ence, and Turin largely due to a
special electoral law, under
which the Christian Democrats
allied themselves with the right
wing Socialists and Republicans.

Thus, even where the Commu-
nists and left-wing Socialists
polled as many or even more
votes than in 1948, a centrist al-
jiance was able to defeat them.

In the South, the situation for
the Christian Democrats will be
aggravated by the fact that right-
ists and Conservatives Parties
are traditionally strong ‘there.
This will tend to splinter the
non-Communist vote even more
than in the North, and many ob-
servers predict that Monarchists
and the M.S.I. will prove strong-
est in Southern Balloting.—

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U.S. Has $2m To Spend ‘
On Libyan Nation

By MICHAEI

The United States will spend more than $2,000,000 this yea
on the uncertain future of the world’s newest and poorest
nation. It is Libya, the one time Roman Province, the lair
of barbary pirates, and former Italian colony, liberated in
the desert battles of Word War II.

It is a barren North African land
of poverty, disease, and ignorance,
It has a population of about
1,300,000, mostly Arabs.

On Christmas, Libya became the
first nation born under the
pices of the United Nations.

Few countries have ever begun
life with graver handicaps. Some
experts here doubted that even the
U.N. and the US., Britain and
France, could make a successful
concern of an area that in more
than 2,000 years has known neither
freedom nor prosperity.

They Will Try

But they will try—the U.N. be-
cause it sponsored Libya’s freedom,
Britain and France for historical
and strategic reasons, and the U.S.
because it has embarked on a pol-
icy of helping improve backward
areas. The U.S., is spending more
than $200,000,000 this year to pro-
vide Point Four technical assist-
ance to 33 of the world’s most
“underdeveloped” countries. Wash-
ington officials consider the make-
up of the new Libyan Government

aus-

as encouraging as could be ex-
pected.
It is a constitutional monarchy

headed by King Idris, once Fmir
of Cyrenaica, head of the Senussi
Mohammedan Sec‘, and the most
powerful, religious, and political
leader in Libya, Officials here con-
sider Idris and his Government to
be democratic, pro-Western, and
determined to make independence
work,

But the Government also is flat
broke. Unable to extract revenue
from its poverty ridden and prim-
itive people, it must depend en-
tirely on outvide aid. The U.N. and

the Big Three will spend about
$10,000,000 in 1952 to finance
Libya’s Government, to provide

technicians, to supply equipment,
and to make a start at raising eco-
nomic and educational standard:

Britain’s Grant

Briiain, which liberated, and
then occupied the States of Tri-

ol‘cnia and Cyrenaica in the
desert battles of World War II, is
turning over $6,000,000 to the Gov-
ernment to give it a start. 1. also
has agreed to underwrite any
deficits this year.

France, which liberated and oc-
cupied the State of Fezzan, i:
giving Government $500,000 and
supplying some technicians. French
and British funds will be for use by
the new Government.

The U.N. will send $1,500,000 for
a series of economic and industrial
surveys, and to provide technicians
this year.

The U.S. will spend $1,150,000
on her Point Four technical aid
programme and bear $900,000 of



the cost of the U.N. Programme
U.S, funds will be spent under:
U.S. controls.

The theory behind the Point Fou:
Programme js that economically
s rong nations are bulwark against
Communism. But there is also
another reason for aid to Libya,

Libya, lying west of Egypt ane
east of Tunisia, is along the air and
sea communications in the Med-
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point for possible air strikes be-
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power and resources, the Soviet: |

PARIS, Jan. 7 were devoting to the effort. |

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BARBADOS 4B ADVOCATE

Rives SSS faces

Printed by the Adveeste Co., Ltd., Broad St, Bridgetown

Thursday, January 10, 1951

c. DBD. AND W.

THE Colonial Development and Welfare

Organisation was set up by His Majesty’s
Government 1940 to keep under con-
tinuing review the social problems of the
West Indies and to be available to advise
Colonial Administrations on their prob-
lems. The Comptroller is directly respon-
sible to the Secretary of State for the

Colonies

The first Comptroller, the late Sir Frank
Stockdale, was appointed in July 1940 but
did not arrive in Barbados until early in
1941, that
period of almost eleven years the Organ-
West

co-ordinating

From time till now during a

isation has assisted the Indies with

expert advisers and in

actions on a regional basis. Successive
Comptroliers have also advised the Secre-
tary of State with regard to planning of
and the grant of

development schemes

financial assistance under the Colonial

Development and Welfare Act.

Sir George Seel came to the West Indies
in 1950 at a time when the West Indies
had begun to feel the effect of the earlier
movements which had been growing dur-
ing the period when Sir John Macpherson
and Sir Hubert Rance were Comptrollers.
His appointment in April 1950 followed a
meeting in Barbados in November 1949
when seven governors of British Caribbean
territories met together to hold an inquiry
on West Indian progress and aspirations.
At that time there was a very keen anti-
British sentiment in the area, That senti-
ment has now largely been dissipated and
is only sedulously fanned by those who
admire Russian imperialism and who
denounce Great Britain’s mistakes in the
West Indies to feather their own unsav-
oury nests.

It would be invidious to suggest that the
healthier relations now existing between
Great Britain and the West Indies were
due solely to the ‘Ambassadorship” of Sir
George: but those relations have improved
during his term of office as Comptroller.

Sir George was an Assistant Under
Secretary of State at the Colonial Office
before he accepted his present twin posts
of Comptroller and British Co-Chairman
of the Caribbean Commission. His pres-
ence here last year during the stormy
meetings with His Majesty’s Secretary for
Overseas Trade at Hastings House was
responsible for much pouring of oil on
troubled waters and at every regional con-
ference which he has opened and address-
ed during his stay of twenty months he
has displayed not only a grasp of the West
Indian point of view but a readiness to
suggest what support the West Indies
could expect from the United Kingdom in
attaining their desires.

'

The West Indies have every reason to
be grateful to Sir George Seel. Today he
leaves for Jamaica en route to the United
Kingdom, His visit back would have been
a subject for interest even though there
had been no change of Government in the
United Kingdom since his appointment.
The year 1952 might well prove to be that
“annus mirabilis” that was loosely applied
to 1950. There is at least-every reason for
believing that during 1952 the peoples of
the West Indies will decide once and for

—aliwhether they-intend to federate or not.
They will do this perhaps not because
they are interested in federation (there
can be few subjects about which they have
shown less interest) but because the con-
stitutional relationship now existing be-
tween the United Kingdom and the West
Indies makes such a decision imiperative
The United Kingdom must be told by the
West Indies whether they intend to join
together and prepare the way for becom-
ing a new Dominion.or whether they have
any alternative policy. to suggest.
The work begun by the Development
and Welfare Organisation in 1941
direct consequence of the report of the
West Indian Royal Commission in 1939
Wheels were set in motion then which
have gone on rolling until the whole Brit-
ish West Indies are astir with a peaceful
revolution, West Indian progress can be
further aided by the United Kingdom or
the West Indian peoples can _ substract
from or add to the achievement. What
cannot continue much longer is the pres-
ent unsatisfactory constitutional relation-
No doubt Sir
‘these questions will be sought by the Sec-
of State and the future of the
Development Welfare Organis
itself will depend on how they
answered by the West Indian peoples

was

ship. George’s views on

retary
and ation

are







The Men Who Flee~
Stalin’s Army —

i cep aan

sEFPTON DELMER has been given
access to an official report which for
the first time goes into just the sort

of detail the Iron Curtain was mean

to conceal—Instalment One of Priv
ate Lives eon «@ Seviet level
Do the Russians want to get
out of East Germany? Twice in



the last few days I have received

startling evidence that they may
that they would be glad io
rid of the burden.

The first

I_ met Count

cal brains

neo-

do
get
vecasion when
Westarp, the politi-
of West Germany's
Reme party — often
of having clandestine
relations with the Soviet authori-
ties. The count was in London
last. week in search of political
contacts here

It is his firm
me, that the Ru
to ithdraw the
yops fron
Westerners
as well.

The
reads

was

accused

belief

are

he told
anxiou
upation
IF we

vithdraw our

oc
Germany

would

t
re

Ru
to
inist

jans would
acrifice
Party
East
there

be quite
the Germ
and their
Germany ne
vere
inited Germany inde
both East and West
sians s¢ a kind
» camp

Com own

lieve if

reated



veen the tw
A Document
Now ’ I told the count
just like a }
excellently
Germans
and in blam-
their present

thi
ounds to me ece of
Soviet pr
saleulated
in wishful thinking
the West for

uncertainty

But—only a
I found new reason to think he
may be right in believing the
Russians would like to get out of
Germany if they could

This reason I found
studying a British official
ment which dermonstrates
the deterioration in the morale
of the Soviet occupation troops
in Germany has become a major
problem of military and political
security for the Soviet authori
lies.

ypaganda
to encourage

few hours later

while
docu-
that



1 would
member of

not now blame any
the Politburo who
decided that the best way to get
rid of this problem was to get
out of Germany.

98 Per Cent.

The document is a comprehen-

sive breakdown of reports on
conditions in the Soviet Union
given to the British authorities

by the most recent fugitives from
Stalin.

Ninety-eight per cent. of the
refugees are officers, N.C.O.’s, and
men of the Soviet occupation
army in Germany.

They have deserted from theii
units, crossed the zonal frontier,
and given themselves up to the
British.

Many more,
urrendered to
Americans,

The information these men are
giving to the skilled questioners
who examine them is, as I have
been able to assure myself, of
first-rate economic, political, and
military value.

It makes up just the kind of de-
tailed picture of the Soviet Union

of
the

course, have
French and





which the Iron Curtain’ was to
prevent us from getting.
Ground never before ~reveated





BARBADOS ADVOCATE

HOW THEY
GET AWAY

FUGITIVES’ accounts of
escapes suggest that
Stalin’s secret police are
far from being ail-know-
ing. For example :—

THIS is the story of the
Communist political com-
missar artillery captain
(“party organisers,” they
call them today) who was
discovered having a for-
bidden love affair with a
German gir!

HE WAS stationed at
time in Kaliningrad
meriy Koenigsberg)
East Prussia.

WHEN the commissar
found he was going to be
thrown out of the party
and = sent ack to old
mother Russia, he got his
German girl friend to fix
him up with the papers of
a German workmen, and
travelled to Leipzig.

HERE he was drafted into
a Soviet-owned and run
uranium mine,

HE HAD been thre
weeks when it came out
that this ‘German’ could
speak fluent Russian.

SO the director of the mine

the
(lor-
in

a fow

and his Russian secret
police adviser ordered
him to report for a
special training course

for foremen.

BUT the ex-commissar de-
cided that this was tempt-
ing fortune too far. He
and his German girl
friend made for the fron-
tier, and a few days later
he was telling his story
to British authorities.

AEE ET TT |

» Westerners is covered. For
these reports come from men
who: -—

1. BEFORE being called up oe-
cupied the most diverse positions
in Soviet life; and
2. LIVED and worked in widely
rated regions of the U.S.S.R.,
many of which have never before
been described in the West.

Bid To Frighten
SOVIET authorities in Germany
are justifiabty alarmed bout
these desertions. They are doing
everything possible to stop them
They have tried frighten
wnential deserters

BY TELLING THE
the fate that awaits their
fam'les if they desert;

BY TELLING THE TROOPS that
the Westerners do not wecept
deserters, but send them back
to the Soviet lines.

Broadeast talks on the B.B.C
by freshly arrived soldiers and
officers have done much to kill
the force of this threat.

Special screening has been in-
troduced for soldiers being posted
‘o Germany so that units there
shall include no unreliable ele-
ments. Security controls on the
frontier have been tightened,

Above all, an’ afteifipt is




sep

to

TROOPS of



being

Our Readers Say

Kstablishing A Technical
School

To the Editor, the Advocate,

SIK,—lIt is good to find that at
last a step has been made, toward
ffording young people in Barba-
dos opportunity for acquiring
a technical education, The House
of Assembly on Tuesday voted
the sum of $500 for the services
of an Adviser from British Gui-
ana,

This question of technical edu-
cation was raised long ago and it
vas Hon, Mr. Hutson in the Leg
islative Council who after calling
for papers, aired the whole matter
proving that if something was not
fone quickly we would lose the
benefit of the foundation which

e have been laying.

{t now transpires
mittee of the
recommended
$300,000 be

that a
Legislature had
that the sum ~ of
spent on establishing
uch a school, Mr, Adams says in
his speech introducing the
lution that the amount would be
used, among other things for pur-
hasing land, It does seem strange
that on every occasion the Govern
ment is called upon to dod some-
thing there must be this bugbear
of purchasing land, And it seems
that whenever the Gdvernment is

purchasing land _ it
when an

Com-

reso-

costs much

more than individual
aoes $0

The public who will be called
upon to foot this bill must wonder
what is the use of having lands
at Weymouth, land at Waterford
if more money is to be spent on
more land somewhere else. The
remaining portion of land at
Weymouth seems to be the ideal

place for the Technical School. Ii

central and within easy reach
cf the ‘bus routes. This is an
mportant factor because’ there
ill be pupils from every parish
ttending this school and just as
the ‘buses now converge on Har-
rison College, Combermere and

Queen's College as a focal point it
would be easy for the same
commodation to be rendered
those youngsters going to

Technical Seheol,

ac-
to
the

The taxpayers snould make
swrenuous objections to the pur-
chase of more land for this school,
If it cannot be built at Weymouth



there is enough space on the old
railway site where the U.S. Sav-
ings Department and the Creche
cf the Goodwill League to hold

@ building suitable for a Technical





School and again it will be cen-
dun
The money so saved might then
be ed for more equipment for
the School and this I understand
be extremely expensive
Th is a matter on which the
pe le who elected the present
Gov é should keep their
repre informed and re-
fuse d by I
{ esentative
\ If this
‘ c s je u
i e place vher ymebe

has land to sell and where it will
not be of easy access to boys from
all over the island it will fail in
its essential function.
INTERESTED

Sowing & Reaping



To the Editor, the Advocate,

SIR—I have been wondering
what the outcome of the line re-
cently taken by the successful La-
bour Party would be, and I gota
fairly clear cut picture a few
afternoons ago

Let me first remind your read-
ers that the Party Policy of cam-
paign was one of colour and class



discrimination. What can we ex-
pect from people whose leaders
decided one a_ poli that is
against the basic (eachings of
Christ?

A friend of mine who for the
past three years has gone to
Brown's Beach to buy fish, asked

me to take them there as it was
reported that there had been a
good catch of flying fish. I drop-
ped them off at tne Beach, drove
a little distance and turned. back

for’ the direction in which we
came, To my surprise my friend
Was already waiting for me

I was then told that although
the fisn was < sale, my friend
was informed that the “fish was
for niggers and they could not get
any.”

My signature this time can only

be

“O TEMPORA! O MORES!



London kopress Service.
Time to Change
To The Editor, The Advocate,—
SIR,—For weeks now
there has been adverse comment

some



made in your newspaper on the
ittitude of the men employed
by the Sanitary Commissioners
to flush the gutters in the City.
t is time that something be done
vbout as these men seem to
have. absolutely no consideration
for the other members of the
publi
Yest morning the cart
j is usual diagonally
ere Tudor Street opposite the
isiness place of Mr Victor
me of the Sanitgry Com-





THIS |
MAN
MADE

made to eliminate all contact}
between the occupying § forces |
and the German civilian acre
‘ion, |

Germans who used to wait on)
Soviet Army messes |



Russians in |
and transit hotels are being) 1}
repleged by Russians. | \

German barbers are no longer}

being ellowed to give shaves or |

haircuts to Soviet soldiers for
sen that their conversation) é 9 4 9
might prove subversive, }
Soviet troops are barred from |
all visits to German places of}
amusement. They are strict! :
forbidden to make friends with by Sefton Delmer
iny German girls, }
rhe result is that although) WHEN the first delicate soundings wert
Red Arny men in Germany are | aie i sr Vii ieee Atta ieee
be‘ter fed, better housed, and|/9ade proposing /america é I i
better clothed than at home,|George Frost Kennan as the new U.S. am-|

they are all grumbling bitterly.

“Being posted to Germany io- bassador ior Moscow the men of the Krem-|}

day,” said one young Soviet|jin were horrified. They turned him down}
Nicer, “is like being sent to a/,,_ a : , " aed

concentration camp.” | Liat. Yet Mr. Truman, announcing the ap-)
These Red Army i com- | pointment on Boxing Day, said the Russians |

yare ‘he standard © iving in;

fast Germany—a long way jhad agreed.

velow that of West Germany—| Only a few days ago Soviet officials, press- |

with their own miserable home

conditions. Reports come through |¢d for their opinion, fell silent or signifi-|

of suceessful a. The cantly changed the conversation. For they}
r er is close at hance anes ll
a Aad tebe a political com-| knew that he was the mysterious “Mr. X

missar of the aery ee ran ig, | Who tour years ago warned the West to meet
do anything about it, anothe . . E sa y ik ,
deserter is on his way , Russian non-co-operation with armed |

One unit 1 knew of lost four strength.

ee ted ere Moscow newspapers, under orders from |

To the Intelligence experts of above, singled out Kennan for special attack
wee ious decal) it sive . Kremlin Press officers, whose job it is to
of Soviet military ana industrial | keep in touch with the few foreign corre-}
ee es — blane and |Spondents allowed in Moscow, let it be un-}
intentions, the progress they are) derstood—‘not for quotation or attribution |
— ,to official Soviet sources, of course, please’

dich: teardaacinatine thing ici that Kennan was not acceptable, and that
the simple and “sober picture of tt would be unwise for Mr. Truman to put

life under Stalin os by a him forward.
-ross-secti of everyday us- ;
Stans tron’ 4 That did not cause much surprise among}

Pigeons ?





sians from all walks of life and

all_parts of the Soviet Union. |m-- colleagues in Moscow. For 47-year-old
Now you may say: How do | : iad

the British authorities know that six-footer George Kennan has two disquali-

these fugitives are not stoo:| fications which should automatically bar him

pigeons planted on us by the) |

Soviet to mislead us and spy on|!tom Russia.

us? 1. He speaks Russian fluently, reads

I can assure you that in every }and writes it well. j
case this possibility has been 2. He has been in the Soviet Union
considered. There is a long and}

Mireful check by highly experi-!before—as a diplomat for seven years—and |

enced examiners well versed in, . . ° aris |
vhe tricks of spies and counter. | ‘herefore has eae |



spies.

Only when they are perfectly | < ; : a as
satistad care WKe. inbete Cuentiiie’ Above all Kennan is inown in Moscow as |
deflector” and “reliable source’; the first director of the Washington policy-
appended to a_ fugitive report. e ‘ . ; ¢
AN thei Reporte forming. the and-planning staff which President Truman

basis of the document shown to|/set up in 1947 to help him with cold war |
me carry this label. strategy. |
Two Pictures IP ‘ |
The picture of the Soviet| The Truman doctrine, the Marshall Plan, |
Union shat these reports add up| the North Atlantic Pact, America’s interven- |
to is that of a drab, dilapidated | ;; i ‘ + ite
country inhabited by a pidated | tion in Korea at the head of the United |
undatted, M-clomad people, | Nations all stem from the analysis of Soviet |
with inefficiency, sloth, careless- |; ; 43 yt
negs,., apathy, 7. abd corruption | tention and political psychology made by |
everywhere, Kennan and his staff, |
t is a picture hard to reconcile 5
with that of the Kremlin herren . Even after he left the State Department |
valle producers of new guns, last year he gave advice to a pélitical group |
pear tart Cae ‘| of refugees from the Soviet Union and |
| Satellite countries who are planning their!
| liberation.

Le

I have a hunch about the Kremlin’s sudden |
‘change of line on a man who has conducted |
|a “private war” against it.
Can it be that the interval between the |
original “No” and the sudden “Yes” repre- |
sents exactly the time it took Stalin’s staff |
to translate into Russian, and for the great
man to read’ a book written by Kennan ?
This book, “American Diplomacy 1900 to |
'1950,” was published in October by the Uni-
versity of Chicago Press. I am certain that
the men in Moscow must be studying it with
attention—as Mr. Truman must have studied

missioners, The cart blocked the}
entire street for ten minutes and
no amount of coaxing or remon-
strance could make the men
move the cart or even try to eas? |
the situation.

In this queue from the Police
Barracks down past James Street
corner there were seven ‘buses
two Nationals and five from
country districts, two delivery
vans, four lorries, and nine cars,

It was approximately 9.05 a.in.

and so it ean be imagined that at it

pre Finny busiest periods of the ~”

day when people are still com- ‘Ss

ing into the City and others go- HER ‘HOPES’

ing to early breakfast the entire; Kennan reveals himself to ‘“world-saving,’

roadway was blocked. In sheer
disgust some of the people left
the cars and walked down to
Broad Street to do their shopping
while the car could follow later.

It cannot be argued that the
street must not be washed or the

which, in his opinion, has played too large

/a part in America’s conduct of foreign affairs |
| during the last 50 years.

He wants Americans to content themselves |

| with the “less ambitious and less inviting” |

gutters flushed; but surely the yes : : : :
Commissioners themselves Renties of America’s strictly limited national in-
that for this to be done at the, terests. |

peak hours between 9 and 11 a.m.
ee cause some inconvenience
n

the cart at such an angle that |
only one vehicle and sometimes

and undertakings here at home are decent
nothing can pass.

The C : ones, unsullied by arrogance or hostility to-)
ne Commissioners should con- «,- felus 3 i
sider flushing the putters in the| Wards other people, or delusions of superior-
erly. hours when the sweeping ity, then the pursuit of our national interest |
Ss done, : : 3
MOTORIST. jean pg fail to be conducive to a better
An Understaten Loar

P nent ‘ r :

He condemns the American habit of basing

{
To the Editor, the Advocate, ‘her hopes on “verbal undertakings” like the
SIR,—In a paragraph of Bridge- |

town Talk in your issue of Mon- }
aay ah inst. mention is made of | Nations Charter.

e fac’ at a corner of the we
joining Orn Thom Neat | Then when her hopes are dashed by cn
house and the Bethel Church was! peated vi ions she i i Bays
used as a urinal. This is an un- sae re ae ae ee a s |
derstatement possibly to attract, Proceeds to view the offending Powers as
hain to 7 mane se affairs }incorrigible criminals.

0 Olng into detail. r ; i

A look would satisfy the most | Kennan is non-committal about ed |
fetementes sat ees ci, United Nations, but he does hold that col-

s Ss far from satis : ; i
sont. j lective action should not be taken until the}

and is a blot even on Bridgetown
}advantages as well as the disadvantages o



with its antiquated methods.

aig entire length of the wall is| Unilateral action have been examined,

used as a urinal and the corner

looks more like a latrine. Besides EXCITING .... ;

all mis, mere i refuse scraps of} The despatch as ambassador to Moscow of |

paper, fruit skins, cocoanut shells , ; i i

cte, which in addition to the shail a man who has just put on record his dis-

maxis the Whole plage unsightly.| trust of collective approach in diplomacy

is time that the Sanitary Au- exciti J }

thority find means of prosecuting must be an exciting development for the

people — aout sanitary nui-| Russians. |

sances instez f waiti i : :

reas is eke bha thedl Paying = The Politburo will be only too ready to |
believe that Ambassador Kennan’s declara- |
tion in favour of modest and realistic nation- |

}alism in American diplomacy means that

tra staff for cleaning.
Besides all this there is the dan-
ger of typhoid to people who buy
refreshments there because of the
flies who go from the filth to the i i st < C r
a Vy
food, EF peomiewould stop tues America is at last about to do what the:
ing refreshments from people who| have so long wanted her to do: to abandon
sold there, they would in turn see > * z i E Jai
ORE AUAY he ‘ode pemiritnd ane he West and ae a unilateral patgain: |
sanitary nuisance there because it with the Kremlin.
would prevent their sales. They With that in mind they are ready to for-
would then inform the Police or : +, r thi 7
Sanitary Inspector of contributing | 8ive George Kennan everything—even that
to the unsightliness and filthiness| he speaks Russian and can see through them. |
of the place | L.E.S. \
-SANITATION. ' on aaa

What the U.S. needs, he says, is: “....The ||
addition to this the men put| courage to recognise that if our own purposes | )

Kellogg Pact outlawing war or the United ||





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Kidneys.

Fresh Sausages.
Reef Fillets.

Leg Hams.

Leg Hams—Cut
Large Tin Hams

Ox Tongues in Tins
Brisket of Beef in tins
Luncheon Meat.
Vienna Sausages.

isi '
Smoked Kippers..
Smoked Haddock.
Fillet Sole.
Cod Roes.

Pilchards.
Anchovies .

MEAT DEPT. |
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Cabbage.
Cauliflower {
Beets.
Carrots.
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THURSDAY, JANUARY



Ritual Murder Case

@ From Page 1

10, 1952

he did not see two people in the

Anthony had been with the miss- whole area.

ing child.

_ First Interview
3 The police first interviewed
Springer on September 22. He be-

* . . Haden Yearwood, ;

lieved it was Cpl. Bryan who first ane
interviewed Retucoee He was pe a oF Fie Comer,
taken to the Police Station, He aay e knew the Wednesday
(the Superintendent) arrived at

the Station at 6.53 p.m. and a '"8-

statement had already been taken.
Between September 22 at 6.53
p.m. and the date on which he

was formally charged he was at Phillips there. Philips was coming Burton Springer.

Crab Hill Station

made by Sgt. Alleyne, he told him
to let Springer stay at the Station

On September 24 Springer went
out with the police over the dis-
trict showing them various spots.
The police had taken him to the

district. When the demonstration iecaves and they would not turn. L.—91 for

was over he returned to Crab Hill
by the van

When the demonstration was
made on September 24 Inspector
Bourne, Sgt. Alleyne, Cpl. Babb,
Cpl. Bryan, detective canstable
Garfield Sargeant, detective con-
stable Bourne and detective con-
stable Jessamy were present.

Colvin Phillips was interviewed
prior to October 5. He was not
sure where Phillips was first in-
terviewed. He was not sure either
if Phillips was interviewed for the
first time before Springer was
charged. Phillips was never de-
tained at Crab Hill. After Spring-
er was formally charged Phillips
was suspected.

“I still suspect Phillips as an
accomplice,” he said, He did not
suspect any other people. There
had been another who was elim-
inated The eliminated person
was Mclvor Greaves. He had
been taken up by the police on
September 23. He had had explo-
sive substance in his possession
He also had a kind of fluid in a
phial which was sent to the Gov-
ernment Analyst.

Spot Covered

“When Colvin Phillips indicated
the spot where the child’s blood
was supposed to have been poured
on the ground by the prisoner, I
was present,” he said, ‘Normally
it would be shielded from rain.
There had been excessive rains
between September J9 and the
time Phillips showed the Police the
spot. 1 sent samples of the earth,
rocks and other things about the





cave to the Government Bacterio- brother they were a little more istrate that I first heard the news

logist but got no returns.” —
He had sent the clothes Springer
had been wearing to the Govern-

ment Bacteriologist. The r

was negative. The bucket in sea eggs.

which the blood was alleged to The ‘book eppeared to be a

have been poured was never sent scripture book,

to be tested. He did not send the People were in the habit of
bucket to the Government Bac- passing by Maude Gill and the
teriologist because it had been Boyces’ when going to the beach. grant.

used at the sea and he felt that
any matter would have been
washed away, He had still taken
the bucket because it was refer-
red to by a witness. Colvin Phil-
lips had not been sure that the
bucket eventually taken was the
bucket used for the child’s blood.
None of the objects spoken of
by Colvin Phillips, the sickle, jar
nor torchlight had been found.
The lower part of the body was
found on the police’s own investi-
gation, not by the result of any-
thing said by Phillips.
Mclvor Greaves was released,

as far as he remembered, on Sep- shoemaker of Pie Corner, said he asked Burton Springer if he was
tember 26. Greaves was convict- knew Burton Springer from the the

ed for having explosive substance.
He was not carried back to Crab
Hill Station after that.

Some of Austin’s children used
to go to school, but he could not
say whether any of them were at
scnool on September 19.



Boyce's child was reported miss- Was taken to the Crab Hill Sub-

“I went down
Bay to buy sea eggs and saw
Bu ton Springer, his brother and

On September out otf the sea with a bucket of home fixing Marcus Boyce's shoes
22 in consequence of a report Water, The accused was putting that day

sea eggs On a rock, I asked them
to sell me a tin of sea eggs and
Burton told me he could not sell
me any.

“IT saw a book on the sand and
took it up. 1 tried to turn the

The leaves seemed stuck. I ask-
ed whether I could borrow the
book and Burton said, “no.”

“The title of the book was
“Home in Paradise” or “Home
and Paradise” and on the front
page was printed § information
about the casting down of Satan

Hands Washed

“We began to leave and when
we got to Rock’s Bay Burton
washed his hands. After he had
done this, I returned the book
him,

“The four of them separated in
two pairs, the accused and his
brother going the Upper Road
and Phillips and he the lower.”

When they got to Phillips’ home
Phillips stopped and he went to
Austin's shop.

He knew MclIvor Greaves, but
he did not see him that morning.
He knew Phillips and Burton
Springer from schoo] days.

Cross-examined by Mr. Clarke,
he said that the Austin to whose
hop he had gone was about «
mile from Thereza Boyce’s house

Goat House Bay and Thereza
Boyce’s house we.e about a miie
and a half trom each other.

oO

When he saw _ Springer his
brother and Phillips on Goat
House [¢ay they were ready to
leave,

He lived about two miles from
Burton Springer.

When he went down on_ th:
beach it was about 11,30 am.
When he left Burton. and _ his

than a mile from Thereza Boyce’s
house,

Burton had washed his hands

return because they were raw with the Regiment for over a year and can-

Burton's brother Vivian and
Phillips were very friendly. He
had heard of the missing child

about 7.30 that night. He was not
a friend of either the Springers or
Phillips,

Phillips would have reached
home sometime after 12 o'clock
after they had left the beach
Burton would have got home

about 12.50 p.m. The distance be-

tween Burton’s home and Boyce’s

was about a quarter of a mile.
Shoe Maker’s Evidence

MelIvor Greaves, a 30-year-old

time Burton was a boy. They
were on speaking terms though
not on smoking or drinking terms,

to Goat House searched, he said

BARBADOS

ADVOCATE



on Con Boyce’s truck L-34, and
I saw Burton. The truck was
coming to Bridgetown. I was sit-
ting in the front and Burton be-
hind. I did not know where Bur-
ton got off. I went to the market

Favour

22-year- on the truck and eventually got
aid off on the wharf.”

Mn the following Sunday

he
Station after his house had been

He ‘saw Burton
there
On Septembx. 18 he did not see

He had been

System.
The matter was ciscussed by
Carried Keys tthe Council of the Chamber. otf

Commerce yesterday when fhey
On September 19, he left home dealt with a letter from the Colo-
about 5.55 a.m. and carried the Mal Secretary, in which was en-
school keys to the sexton’s house, Closed extracts from a circular
He then took the 6 o’clock bus despatch from the Secretary of
Bridgetown, He came State for the Colonies on the sub-
to town and after being in town /&** of the relationship between

tor some time he bought some the two systems, and in which the

tontiner. seen Secretary invited the
He left town about 10.15 a.m. Chamber to express their views

and returned to Pie Corner," =e mene

reaching there about 11.53 a.m y il’

He went he opened his shop | Council’s Reply

ei went in'o Austin’s shop and The Council decided to reply

enue Apa sugar. He then re-/ stating that from the knowledge
"“T went o, Be ht ek they had, they did not see what

P in‘o the nearby church | was to be gained by making the

and read from a Bible. I left about proposed change ;

1.15 v.m. when the children had | J

The despatch from the Secre-
tary of State said that the Com-
mittee set up by the President of
the Board of Trade had presented
its report in May last, and among
their recommendations were pro-
}posals that the United Kingdom
|; should, over a period of about 20
| years, abandon the Imperial Sys-
tem of measurements in favour of
the Metric System, and that quite
apart from the proposal the pres-
jent definition of the Imperial yard
jand pound based on physical ex-
amples kept at Westminster should

gone back to s*hool.

“I then went to Irene Austin’s |
house and bought bread, bananas
and fish cakes. I carried these
items into the church and ate
them. After eating I read_unti!
atout 2.45 p.m. from the Bible.”

He returned to the church
where he ate again until 3.15 p.m,
when he went home.

“I stayed home 15 minutes and
then went down by Goddard's
shop until 4.30 p.m. While there
I saw Thereza Boyce but we had
no conversation.” | be altered_to one based on a pro-

The first time he knew the child | portion of the International Metre
was missing was about 8.15 p.m ..| and Kilogram kept in Paris.
he said. He did not see Burton) The circular stated that pros-
Springer anytime that day. |pects of the abandonment of the



an . | Imperial or yard and pound sys-

- eo | A : ”
Cross-Examined jtem would give rise not only to
Cre_s-examined by Mr, Clarke,| Very serious practical difficulties,
Nelvor Greaves said: “I first]/but also to a number of awkward

heard the child was missing from political and other considerations

two women about 8 >.m. on the :
night of September 19, Difficult
“IT saw the child’s mother and all oe :
said nothing to her. I cannot re- ditt eae a face rin ab
member telling the Police Mag-| cr? °°" mas Ne ye
given prolonged consideration to
= this resommendation but they
fr . , , P| 0) .
gouaie a seo Gaver enue were impressed by the difficulties
Cranes soldier in Ka Trinidad of implementing it and did not

wish to be committed to it in any
way. Since, however, in any fur-
ther consideration they might give
to it, the attitude of other coun-
tries using the Imperial system
would be of great importance, it
would be helpful if, should there
be a sufficiently strong feeling on
the subject, an opinion as regards
the possible reaction of the terri-

not remember the day I was dis-
charged but the year was 1945
| returned to Barbados and I am
I went to the
States twice as an emi-
I have never killed pigs.”

Greaves said on September 23
he was arrested by the Police for
having an explosive substance in

now a shoemaker.
TInited





is ssessi » s taken to] tory. : ‘
Tee er ee ig AR Following this despatch, — the
Springer. He was kept jn cus- Chamber of Commerce was asked
they for seven or eight days at to give an immediate view wheth-
Crab Hill Police Station, Eventu-|€? the long term proposal was ac-

cepted or not, the Imperial yard

ally he was convicted by the Mag- should be defined as 0.9144 of the

istrate, reprime dan dis-
secwad Erarnyae ee oe International Metre exactly, and
While in custody he was taken |the Imperial pound as either

0.453 592 37 or 0.453 592 3 of
the International Kilogram exact-
ly, and the United States Govern-
ment should be informed ‘of’ the
proposals at an early date in the
hope of securing identical values

by the Police to Mle Corner Be-
fore he was convicted he was
taken to Pie Corner, St. Lucey, in
the Police van, Capt, Simmonds
man he accused abvout the
child, Springer said ‘yes’

The accused and himself were
taken to Crab Hill by the Police

nt

from Crab Hill the loss of a child



Re-examined About September 13, he was by van. This happened in the eve-|named Geoffrey Boyce On Sep-
Re-examined by the King’s Samuel Goddard's shop at Pie ning. He could not remember |tember 22 about 9.30 a.m, he saw
Prosecutor, he said that he had Corner about 4 30 p.m. Burton Capt Simmonds saving something | the accused standing at Pie Corner
not been told that Anthony, the came down the road and called to a Police Constable Sergeant and asked him if he knew any-
dead child’s brother, had been him. Knife Left thing of the child. He was not
playing with him when he was “He showed m we. pleces af nite Le the first person he (Bryan) asked,
snatched, He had been impressed paper. One was from Canada an lot ; ‘ked |The accused said he was going
Rune ile investigation that the that read, ‘Sorry, Mr. Burton ue seiiina cheek oo eee to Crab Hill Station and both of
dead child had been with the Springer, you cannot be enlisted ty. police showed his knife to|them went to the Station, He
three and a half-year-old oii. token British Territory to the Springer. Springer did not iden-| walked with the acc da part of

When Springer pointed
various points at Cove Hole, he
appeared to be doing so quite
willingly. Between September 1¢
and 21 much rain had fallen.

He visited the scene of the
alleged murder between Septem-
ber and the present time about 12
times. He remembered going
there at mid4ay one Sunday and



Army. You have to
leave and come to Canada.’ The
other one said he had to come to





tify the knife. He did not hear
a Police Constable say anything

the way to the Station,

i i pir arrival at the Station

about getting the right man.| On their arrival at the :
“ sei — sie age: he pe Springer did not tell him about the accused gave him a Haran nt
é annot remember which of th. letters 'in Capt. Simmonds’ |which he took down In writiig
ei chic hg Me pad sp at presence, and read it to him, The state-

to him when I had read them. I
had no further conversation with
him. ‘

On the following Friday I was

YACHTING SEASON
OPENS SATURDAY

THE R.B.Y.C. will hold their First Regatta at 2.30 p.m.
on Saturday to open the 1952 yachting season. Forty-one

boats have been handicappe
all will be prepared for this







































d, but it is doubtful whether
race,







ment was taken about 10.50 a.m,

At this stage Greaves was re-
called to the witness stand to
identfy Cpl. Bryan who was
standing in the Court room who
he (Greaves) said was one of
the Policemen he saw with other
policemen,

Greaves said: “I made a state-
ment to the Police which I signed
after it was read over to me.” I
was released when the case was
finished but was kept in custody
on the charge of having the ex-
plosives.

did

“After the case the Police

not take me back to Crab Hill. After Cpl. Bryan had been on
On September 24 I was taken to/the witness stand for about 10
a spot at Pie Cornér. The Police | minutes Mr. Clarke objected to
also searched my house. the admissibility of statements
“After Springer accused me, the) ade by the accused to ihe
Police kept him at the Station for | pojjee, At this point the Court
seven or eight days. Before the) jqjourned until 9.30 a.m, today

seven ‘or eight days my case was!
not finished, Capt. Simmonds re-



















-C.C. Council Do Not
System

Metrie

Subject to universal acceptance by Commonwealth
countries, the United Kingdom may effect a long term pro-
posal put forward by a Committee set up by the President of
the Board of Trade to review existing U.K. Weights and
Measures Legislation and Administration, to abandon the
Imperial system of measurements in favour of the Me-:rie

WRECK DESTROYED

* cablegram pos ed up at
the local Harbour and Snip-
ping Department yesterday
stated that the wreck whic.
was sunk in position 121
degrees 16 cables from Nel-

sor Is! nd light had been de-
sicoyed and the marking
buoys removed. It also

sted tha, the area is now
safe for navigation.

for the

bo

the yard
countries,
Would U.S. Agree?
Mr. D. G. Leacock Jnr., Presi-
dent, ‘Said that it was one of the
things on which they could make

and pound in

any comment they wished to
make, and he felt that whatever
comments they did make, would
be very small in relation to the
comments made by larger coun-
tries He did not think that the

United States would be very keen
to change their weights and meas-
ures

Mi A. S. Bryden said he
thought the reply to the enquiry
should be that whether they got
the same thing as in the Metric
System was not a very material
point, but that they felt it was

not advisable for the United King-
dom to change to the decimal sys-
tem unless Canada and the United
States did so

Costly
It was pointed out by members
that the change would be very
costly to bring about, and Mr, DeL

Inniss said that they could find ne
reason Why it should be adopted
is it would lead to’ considerable
confusion

He moved that they should write
to the Colonial Secretary stating
that from the knowledge they had,
they did not see what was to be
gained by making the proposed
change. The motion was agreed
to unanimously

Appeal J udges
Coufirm Decision

The decision of Mr, G, B
Griffith, Acting Police Magistrate

of District “A” who ordered Noel
King of Chapman Lane, ;St
Michael to undergo six months’

imprisonment with hard labour for
larceny wag confirmed yesterday
by Justices H. A. Vaughan and
A. J. H. Hanschel! at the Assistant
Court of Appeal.

King stole $4.00 fron®@ Police
Constable Skeete on December 24.

Skeete told the Court that he had
curried the defendant to the
Charge Room at Central Station
on December 24 and whilst he was
being searched by him a_ scuffle
cnsued and he lost hig money then

Police Constable 503 MeColin
told the Court that he knows the
cefendant who had 18 previous
convictions for“-larceny, Before
confirming the decision, Their
lionours told King that it was

quite clear from the evidence that
he had committed larceny and
coking at his record the Police
Magistrate was quite justified in
jnposing such a sentence.



“EMPIRE PATRAI”
PAYS FIRST CALL

Paying her first visit to the
island, the S.S. Empire Patra:
(1,504 tons net) arrived from Ney,
Orleans yesterday with a cargo o1



2,000 bags of flour, 500 bags of
cornmeal, 12 bundles of staves
and little general cargo

The Empire Patrai is chartered
by the Alcoa Steamshin Company

She belongs to the Norgulf Line
a British Company. Messrs Rober
Thom Ltd. are her local agents



















Five-Mars
Committee
Appointed’

PROBLEM

Following an explanation |
Hon. H, A. Cuke on the problen
experienced by the
Electric Supply Corporation
Council of the Chamber of Cou
merce vesterday appointed a five
man Committee to take
matter up with the Governor,

The members of the Committe
ire Mr, D. G. Leacock Jnr, M
b Lucie-Smith; Hon | oe
Hunte; Mr. G. H. King and M
T. O. Dowding.

At tne conclusion
cussion on the matter,
Cuke promised the Council the
he would prepare a report o
the discussion for the approval «
he members of the Council, an

of the di

Hon

that he would send it to tl
Directors of the Company
England. ‘

More detailed information w

be published tomorrow



Good Offices C'tte:
To Be Appointed

The Shipping and Mercantil
Association, have accepted «|
offer made by His Excellency
Governor in his speech at i
opening of the Legislature to :
up a Good Offices Committ
under his chairmanship to cor
sider the reasons for the preser
crisis in the Port of Bridgetow
and to make recommendations

This information was containe



in a letter to the Council of th:
Chamber of Commerce, and at
meeting of the Council yesterda
the President Mr, D, G, Leaco
Jnr, expressed the belief th:
the offer had also been accepte

by the Barbados Workers’ Unior

Mr, Leacock expressed the hop
that in the near future son
committee would be set up
discuss the matter with a view t
remedying the situation in thr
Port



Pipeline Arrives

A small portion of the ten mile
of three-inch and four-inch diam
eter pipes ordered for “additiona
mains and standposts”, which are
based in accordance with priority

10 CONSIDER ELECTRIC and asked him trom whom he bo

‘

Barbado
ih

th

1

|

lists submitted by the several
vestries, has arrived in the island
Yesterday lorries were bus
carting away these pipes from
that section of the Wharf near
the Victoria Bridge on Probyn
Street

Mr. Garrod, Chief Engineer of
the Water Works Department,
told the Advocate that = thi
amount of pipes which had
urived “is only a drop in we
ocean to what are required ww
upply all the tenantry areas in
the island, but the arrival of
ome marks a step in the right

direction,

“Let us hope,” he +
this consignment is the
of many others. The inte

d,

nationa

“that
precursoi

j‘uation does not help, out every

endeavour — is made te

expedite delivery

being



Knee Injured

The vight knee of Rudolpl
Knight of Mustor Lane, City, wa
injured last night about 8.45 p.m
when Knight became involved
in accident with the car G—5
while he was riding his bicyek
M—17705 along Broad Street, Tt

yele was slightly damaged

The car was being driven b
Hurold) Springer of Westbur
Ktoad at the time of the acciden

















)

would a

uf

|
|

The handicap times are as leased me from Crab Hill end I}
follows :— Fi 2 could not say ? Springer was) hi j ‘
, charged with murder,” te Hi 1—C th R d De lonable
inger Injured In shsreet ey are Sergeant was MOSFET ‘a jastte om ip »
‘lass N yacht Start at Flas . one of the men in the Police van
Class No. Vac Start a Cycle Accident on September 24, He could not) | : ae a4 folie His. B4 Hi Ho - remember if Detective Tull was Speaking on the motion k te he # ney H a nat i n le Spe i
Wizard THE ne of tt . also in the Police van, There were|the adjournment of the House Rules of the House, He said that trol the time which the hc&.
3 13 Ranger 2.30 Red 1HE top joint of cne of the mgut als ; van. \last night, Mr. O, T. Allder lL) it was out of order for the h¢ able senior member for St. o
481 Fantasy hand fingers of Lionel Nurse w.s about iy ea tn ia ‘ar drew attention to the “deplorable ible member to make a sec vould speak
B 482 Ciro S| MpPutated at Dr, Bayley’s Hospital sRapeCes eee au a condition” of a road in the Fo tion for an adjournment, sink Mr. Adams pressed for a ruli
2 4 Seabird 2.92 Yellow soured Cuil Sanaa aie, Michael, Confirmed Hall-Castle area in St aon and the a eae “a weearee ar to whee , rae npoge
8 sr Par t de of Cutloden ad, St. Michae said that peasant proprietor ick on scedent ove enior member for John
TROT | BS yt was riding on the bar of a bicycle He was confirmed at St. Clem-|that district would experier il other motions n order, but Hi Honor
SEE which was involved In an accident. ent’s Church and is a meniber ot great difficulty in carting ol E efrained from giving a ruling
a3 Rasc 2.34 Yellow The dent { h. the Church Lads bah nm | their canes in this coming crop Adjournment After Mr, Allder had spoke
38 Rascal . eccident occurred ai th- about four years. ome s : sd pe aie: kan
ene rN eS corner of Dalkeith Road and Dal- when he went into the Vestry | When Mr. Adams moved the Hi _ Honour the Speake ud ee ee ae that a
a Okapi a 2.35 Red keith Hill at about 6.30 p.m., the Room the sexton would be there. |adjournment of the House unti} that the honourable senior mem in Mt would not recur, and
D 12 Rainbow same evening betweeu motor car He could only remember eating| Tuesday next week at 3 p.m., Mr. ber fow St John had earlier et . os nourable members |
—————— — —— X 165, owned and driven by Mrs. his meals in the Vestry Rooms} Ajider made a subsequent motion intimated to him his intention tu that monoural p mini AN
r : ros é ; i rned for move five-minute adjournment, not be allowed to get aroun
D 10 Thorndyke 2.36 yetow E. G. Hutson of No. 3 Pavilion cnce. Sometimes he would eat at! that the House be adjournec rm ee ninute a —" ON eae ine Rule adjourning 1h
an — Court, Hastings, Christ Church, lvine. Austin’s place. He had/five minutes in order that he and it was unfortunate that his Mules as : tes was di
Dia Hurricane 2.37 Red OEE | heen ees aoe rida ae ethin to eat at the Vestry | might speak on the matter. motion came after Mr. Adams’ House for five minu s ae
i = and a bicycle owned and ridden by a on eptember 19. He dranx| Mr. Adams took objection to motion for the adjournment He tinct from the Rule for a &%
Rea aeleeaee OS eee = = Sas gr i see auby at Austin’s shop about|Mr. Allder’s motion, and drew however asked Mr. Adams to adjournment
Culloden Road, m ' Sar
B2 Resolute 12 o'clock on September 19. | == ===
D1 Buccaneer —-2.39 pea s Fis On September 19 he went to)
on a —————- : ‘inert te he siete elena St. Clements’ Church et et She Made it Herself!
_ " pits F ao 4 _ ni ‘
D2 ee 2.41 yellow Humphrey suffered from a sprain- ! me “he Sane time ce var to|
2 i : yw pated ® : : . ; vas
Bi Gipsy Tha aecutank — the Church Edwin Collymore was
7 Sinbad 2.42 Red P eee: bout eck
seen Sot eae. eeiees The front of the bicycle and the “I saw Springer about a wecx
ae Mee 8 OO det head lamp of the cir were ex- before the date of the allege 1} STRIPED SHIRTING
Invader tensively damaged. crime when he a so the 10
a oo eee ; lips of paper. I did not see|
k Tornadoes 245 Yellow oar Springer on September 19, bit Per Yard oe se $1.04 & $1.
hinsod be ockeneeee +. saw the a¢cused on September 21
Mohawk oe e .99 when we travelled together. zy
Skippy Beaerts Re Colombie Due “On September 19 1 came io IMITATION LINEN
Folly ?. ae Yellow 1 d Bridgetown on the hays 1-01 ne 9 & 1 18
— -— O- y reached town about 7.45 a.m, an? " ‘
cl Miss Behave o ay left town by bus E—21 about 10.13 36” wide Per Yd se = S10 $ '
C3 Madness - nal aay 3 4
8 Dauntless 2.48 Red THE French liner Colombie iv rite pe — e ont ain |
I 12 Dawn . 1 e petore oc oK, - .
4 a" _ expected to arrive here from .a, why the accused showed me W
, ~ Scamp eae Southampton this morning, mak- {ho ips of paper.” HITE POPLIN
4 Coronetta 2.50 fellow ing her first stop on her January To Mr. Field Greaves said that ST’ f
3 5 ae t é , ‘ paves § é wide Per Yd
en Magwir Casibbean cruise. the accused knew he was in the —_— 97c. & $1.04
i Reer j Army. The father of the accused
he 1 y spending ‘ ; t
10 Gannet a a ao ne is a butcher. The Police searche:
domsiaihiddion acs Tne bake oe oe his house, One time he met Cap*.
= - going on to Trinidad. She will be © d i . 1 : '
c7 Rogue | Simmonds at his house with a 1
il Gnat 2.53 Red making calls at La Guaira, Cura- arin in his hand ()
18 Clytie aries cao, Cartagena and Jamaica and * ° a iL 4 es 4 .
1. the following Gains have been Akad: VE a Japan| to Barbadc Child Missing ¢
for Regattas _. aroun anuary 20 via the sam Next witness called was Cpl. fe. TY 12 & 13 Broad Street
a Risse meraraey oie pcbruary, Wy2 POris except Cartagena. She is Harold Bryan attached to Central
H. BLAIR BANNISTER consigned to Messrs. R. M. Jones Police Station. He said on Sep- —

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PAGE FIVE



Six Months For
Stealing Stamps

St. Joseph Round-up

Land Not Available

















. .

In the Assistant Court of Ap- For Road Making
peal yesterday Justices H A
Vaughan and A. J. H. Hanscheli WORK on the tenantry road
sentenced Sylvester Smith. a lah. Which joins Chimborazo and
ourer of My Lord's H St. Mellows Hill is progressing stead-
Michael, to six months’ imprisor ily. The Advocate was informed
ment —> hard labour for steal yesterday that some of the land in
ing one box of stamps, the pr the area is not being ma avail-
perty of Mr, Rawle Jorda able to make the sad wd

Their Honours in 4d th = SS ee eee eae
confirmed the decisio f Mr ee a a
G. B. Griffith, Acting Police Ma PAR ot the Sugar Hill road ih
istrate of District \ Malin & Joseph in need of repairs,
Constable 157 Mayer : . There ave large holes on this part
rested Smith on December 29 tol the voad and cyclists, vehicle
the court that he saw the defe pedestrians are sub-
ant with a box He got suspiciou ected to st inconvenience.

THE WATER was cut off for the

got it. The defendant was Hreater

pirt of the night on Tues-

to give a satisfactory explanation duy



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Mr, Rawle Jordan said that on "OP" HU 7.15 a.m,
December 29 he left his car ir —_———-
AcGregor Street with a box CANES BURNT
stamps on one of the seats. Whe . oe
he returned, the box of stamp A FIRE of unknown origin at
was missing and later he reported Marehfield, St. Philip at about

the matter to the Police 6 o’clock on Thursday night burnt

Police Constable 503 MeCollin holes ef second crop cane
keeper of the crimina' records They are the property of Irvin
said that the defendant had nine Brathwaite of the same eddress
previous convictions for larceny. and were noi insured.



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CLASSIFIED ADS.

TELEPHONE 2506.











IN MEMORIAM FOR SALE
Ee Ren Alleyne who. died AUTOMOTIVE

on 10th January
















—

Requiescat | 5 CAR—One Austin (A-40 Devon) sound | returned not later than the 30 January.| 200 ac near sea, with building. Apphy }
Lew tusband « Clarend condition. Going for $1500.00 or just | 1951, after which date applications for) ¢ FE, Wildma Mizpat Tobago, B.W.1.}
chile under Phone 4512, Garage opposite Fire | permission to manufacture Fancy 8.1.82—3n

0 1.52 Brigade, Coleridge Street 9.1,52—3n es for purposes of export cannot mint andi iu eatin
et | TCC | Do considercd. RO! E NE “Os ewly ua
CARMICHAEL—In loving memory of ENGINE—Complete with gear box J.P. PETERKEN, ' ao ceo ener in. Culte-tss

our. dear Mother Theresa Elfreda differential complete. To Ford | Secretary, cupboards. Standing o. approx, 16,000
‘Aunt Sue) who died on the 10th Jan- One tyre (new) size 500—16 | Fancy Molasses Control and eq. ft nd. Entire house built on large
uaty 1948 and inner tube. R. G. Mapp, “Rbuston” Marketing Board scale comprising three bedrooms all to

Four years since you have gone Sts Hill Dial 2973 } 8.1°52—3n. | the East, spacious bathroom ete, kitchen

But to us it anterdsy 10,1.52 In} _ — aE dining and living rooms with wonderful
Blanche and Ct t v viev # Golf Cour Corresponding
and Loon (arar n. Ban TOURING CAR—194 Chevrolet Tour- | NOTICE ; re

|



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sasaki tnicistelssvasisibatia 2007. EB. H. Davi @ 1.52—3n







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Dear beloved mother Beatrice wik 1947 Hudson Sedan 14,000 miles, Excel-
feparted this wo January 10th [lent condition and just right for Tourist
We know that she is asleep in Je Trace
But is ever to be remembered 1638 Chrysler Royal going cheap could
her children be made into a_ pick-up Port |
Friends may forget, husband may] Royal Garage Ltd. Telephone 4504
forset, 9.1.52—6n



But ever to be remembered by her

children. . ELECTRICAL

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BARBADOS ADVOCATE
PUMLIC NOTICES | PUBLIC SALES |









REAL
PRODUCTION OF F aoe |

1951—S2. ALLEYNE VILLE—Hastings he seo |
All persons wishing to manufacture | side 1 ae tne Bee |
FANCY MOLASSES for the purpose of ; apply



on premises. For all information





export under the Barbados Fancy] please contact West 17 Blue Water |
Molasses Production and Export Act, 41 #2 én |
1937-15 are asked to apply to the Depart-) — ———_ calico |
ment of Agriculture for an Application COCOA ESTATE-Healihy Cocoa Estat

Form which must be completed and| on the North Coast of Tobago, B.W.!









Applications for the vancant Hawie amount of space underneath inclusive of

Asmuity will be received by the Clerk) Setvants room, bath and tollet, garage
of the Vestry up to 2 o'clock noon on
Saturday the 12th January, 1952

Applicants must be widows, of the further information phone #461
parish of St. Michael, who are in strait Sundays) 2205. Week-days 8 a.m.—4 p.m

ened circumstances | 6.1,52—5n

and area suitable for large hobby room
w laundry





Forms of application can be obtained ra —e
from the Vestry Clerk's Office
E. C. REDMAN,
Clerk, St. Michael's Vestry
6.1.52-—4n
_————$_———————— A

NOTICE

Applications for ane vacant Frizers Shores Barbade lee Co. Limited
Annuity will be received by the Clerk 360 B'dos Fire lr

of the Vestry up to 12 o'clock noon on 220 W.1. Rum Refiner
Saturday the 12th January, 1952. Rights in issue of new shares in The
Applicants must be widows, of the] Farbados Shipping & Trading Co
parish of St. Michael, who are in strait- + Limited

ened riccumstances. COTTLE, CATFORD & CO

SHARES & BONDS—The undersigned
will offer for sale at their office No. 17,
High Street, Bridgetown, om Friday, the
lith January, at 2 p.m. the following
Shares and Bonds

£400,314" Barbados Gover

E ds



nment













rs :
" Forms of application can be obtained 9.1.52—3n
eS ARiaA MECHANICAL from the Vestry Clerk's OMice. | =
“OL a “ satin ieee l italia nel ae Lc. MAN, . :
Orders m=. 3 a TYPEWRITER — One Portable Rem- Clerk, St, Michael's Vestry AUCTION
adioli and Dahtias for delivery in|. ¢ton Typewriter, good condition. Apply | 41.540} <2 - —- ————



interested in
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2—t.f.n

December 1952

Kooks : Holder Bros., Swan Street
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TYPEWRITERS Olympia Portable
Typewriters, 1952 Models. price $140.00.

Income Tax Notice Your inspection of these superb machines



is invited, A, G. St. Hill, Dial 3199.

NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that 1.1,52—7n.—e.0.8
Income Tax returns @re PeQuIPed LPO | nS,
every marrigd, man whose ingome 1s

She 00 Dat, Sra oe ees PEDO per MISCELLANEOUS

Gther perser »se income













The undersigned will set up for sale

PARISH OF ST. ANDREW

17 candidates having been nominated
for the Vestry of St. Andrew, I hereby
declare my intention to take a poll a
the Vestry Room St. Andrew on Monday
next January 14th,, commencing between
{the hours of 8 and 9 o'clock in the
morning and closing at 4 p.m. for the
| election of 10 Vestrymen.

tights on Friday next the lith Jan-
uary, 195



at 2. p.m
ARRINGTON & SEALY

Lucas Street







10.1,52—2n

UNDER THE IVORY HAMMER







nnum or . ove nd from companie A | WILLIAM D. JORDAN By instructions received I will sell at
whether. incorpor ‘nted ‘NCRY DENTURE FIXATIV to Sheriff Messrs, Cole & Co.'s Garage. Probyn St..
cther incorporated or unincorporatec Sher 7 ; oS ee. ree
societies, persons engaged in any trade ce the wearing of false truth a com- 7.1.52—4n ) on Frida anuary lith » 1956 iliman
or profession, and ov s of land o 1/9 per tin. Knights aaa ba Minx Car {Damaged in accident), Sale
§ 52—3n uw 2 Y ms A
property. whether a ible income | Renee nareTTl
ecerued during the past year or not ners _ or: E VIP c 1 ‘
Forms of Return may be obtained fror 2 CARTS—5-6 ton Heavy duty, NOTICE Auctioneer




t Inecorne Tax Department AFTER. Tit}

' DAY OF JANUARY, 1982, and t Courtesy Garage. Dial 4616.



























52—4in. rish of St. George held on January 7th ' “—
uly flied tn must be delive ae 8.1.58—fin. | i952, eleven (31) persons were nominated NOTICE
ee wens an CHEAP household articles, small cool-|to serve as a Vestry for t> year 1952. | pr ARiee OF Sr. recy
on Cer rctan plind gasoline lantern, {Since then Mr. Georgo ¥. Hutson one} |! HEREBY GIVE NOTICE that as 14
i. Returns of persons whose be 4 irons, pictures, lamp shades, cur- | of the candidates has not Jes me of his | ersons have been nominated as fit and
were clos:d on the Bist day o/ | [2d irons. pickles | “ornaments, Hope- | intention to withdraw his nane, } hereby | oper parsons to serve in the Vestry’ for
December, 1951, on or before the | “ui Gren tae phone 4942. Ueclare the 10 following members duly|the Parish of St. Lucy for the year 1952
: day of March, 1952 ’ 10.1.52—1n | elected to serve as a Vestry for the said nd as only 10 persons are required by
Rae of pergans Whose princis os ee" | Parish of St. George for the year 1952.) law. I ee hold a pe es pie oat
place of business is not situate an . on, G - s le Re Sst Aicy, next onday, the ,
the island on or before the 31) fmol gs oenangly <5 te Fey ee Bon, Cee te Gay of January 1982, between the hours
tJ ine 1952 ’ 8.1.5: A. C. Goring of 8 ar and 4 pt , =
turns “il other persons, on e—-on CL. L. Seak | Ff. St. A. GRIFFITH
7 eee GRASS RAKES—1¥ wide, Heavy duty M. A. Wilkinson = “iy
N. D. OSBORNE construction, Courtesy Garage. Dial 4616. 9 By ns i |
Commissioner ot $1.82~@n-| EM. Shiltone : NOTICE
Income Tax end Death Duties (Ag pena RE ee ier ae Dolo Jordan . 7 ee ,

Note:—-Any person falling io make | Primus, Stoves, Lanterns, Glass ES reais jJS HEREBY ¢ N that it is the in
return within the due date ¥ neys, Filter Funnels, Spirit Cans, Setver' ee K. MASON te 1 of the Commissioners of Highway
ret le tn a fine not exceeding | Pare parts always in stock. Chandler's -3 Se sie | of the Parishes of Saint George and Saint
£100 ar lame that d "* | Hardware and Bicycle Accessories, Reed 91 + a of this Island to cause ‘to be
wilh | be cuted Jes ,| avd Tudor Streets, Phone 402A. ti ntroduced into the Legislature of thi
atistactor son_is given ( 9.1.52—-2n wacom" “eee sland a Bill authorising the said Com

; 5 ———_—_— nissioners to
10. 1.$2—7n
teen MANURE SPREADERS” Massey-Hafris, PARISH OF ST. JAMES (a) Increase the alary of the inspector
j Heawy duty. Idea r applying Megasse-| 1 hereby give Notice that as 13 persons of Highways of the said Parishes
TAKE NOTICE | 4s LORS DRSE NE Oe eT eee 1 6a--én, [oave been nominated: as Nt and proper o exceeding £ tC
616. Courtesy Garage. 8.1,.52—6n. |ersons to serve in the Vestry for the Son cll . ; ae
ee ,_.. | Parish of St. James for the year 1952 b) Increase the welling allowance
NYLON STOCKINGS—Famous “Ailga’| ind as only 10 persons are required by { the satd Inspector to a sum not
| eae SALE a hie tiie inte law, I will hold a poll at the Vestry im ex Pe ng £ Sans an ih thieeds f
m Yr sl - . y * a Ss d es, Me a the th he sid increases t¢ ec
| 10.3,52—1 | of @ a.m. and 4.00 p.m Dated this 8th ¢ 1652
|
|

That PETROLEUM MARKETING COM



pany organised under the laws of Gres aithias
Britain,
in 22 at St. Helen's, London, EC premises.
England, Merchants, has applied for tt
registration of a trade mark in Part “A











ot Register in respect of gases in liquic PROMOL MOTH RINGS with D.D.T, qualified to vote at the Election of Mem
solid or gaseous form, and will be en kills moths and larvae, 1/- per pk.| bers of the Vestry for the Parish of St
titled to vepister the ume after one | Knights Ltd 9.1.52—Gn. | Peter that % have appointed the Parish





month from the th day of January nttereaetaamemencmmtemmmmmmnnnens |} ROOM, Speightstown as the place where
1952, unless some person shall in’ the] TANKS--Galy, Tanks 200 gallon, The] all such persons may meet on Monday,
meantime otice in duplicate to rn General Ageney Co., B'dos Ltd., 14 High] January 14th 1952, between the he
at my office aL opposition of such regi Street. 6.1,.52—#n, | of 8 a.m, and 4 p,m, to elect ten Members
tration, Thuetmxle mark can be ace o ~ _—- ———-——————— | to serve the Parish of St. Peter in the
application wt my office VICKS COUGH SYRUP—Medicates 45} Vestry for the ensuing year,
Dated tht¥ Af day of Deceriber, 1951. | it penetrates into areas ordinary Cough G. S$, CORBIN
a IL WYALEAMS || remedies do not reach, 2 sizes. Knights Parochial Treasurer
omegistray of Trade Mark itd 9.1, 52--3n 6.1 §2—4n

nam 1 S2—-tr

~—"" Official Notice
TAKE NOTICE oe eee e ASSISTANT COURT

Or APPRAL
Equitable Jurisdiction)
| STANLEY JAMES BENJAMIN KING















ODDMENTS—At Trelawy Cottage, Hast
PANY (West Indies) LIMITED, a Cor ings Main Road, third house ‘rom §t #.1.52--4n
A ap, land side, furniture, bed

whose trade or business addr¢ and dining room kitehen, Apply on NOTICE
10.1,4£2—2n PARISH OF ST. PETER





pneumatic tyres and over-run PARISH OF ST. GEORGE 6.1,52—4n

At an election of the Vestry FOr thre) mene
































G. &. ‘TAYLOR, CARRINGTON
Sheriff







I HEREBY GIVE NOTICE to all persons



NOTICE
PARISH OF ST. PETER
1 HEREBY GIVE NOTICE, that more
than ten persons having been nominated
tu serve as Vestrymen for the Parish of
St. Peter of the ensuing year, that a
poll will be taken on January Mth 1952



| Plaintiff | between the hours of 8 a.m and 4 p.m























! JOSEPH NORRIS Defendant * - M. HINDS, ¥
4 IN pursuance of am Order in this Court Sheriff, Parish of St. Peter i: Ne ai
in the above action made on the 7th day $.1.52—4n Be A. BOAKE, ROBERTS & COM.
¢ January, 1952, I give notice to alli] — eC Y see Briti Ps Cow pans
persons havi any estate, right or i. ose trade or business address is 100
ieee iy oe ane lien or incumbrance NOTICE a Carpenters Road, Stratford, London, Eng
elit il that certain piece or parcel PARISH OF ST. JOSEPH nd, has applied for the registration of a |
ind gituate in the parish of Salnt |! HEREBY GIVE NOTICE that as 11}irade mark in Part “A” of Register
That PETROLEUM MA’ Kf 7: COM chi ind Island aforesaid containing Candidates have been nominated as fit} ;espect of flavouring essences,for articl
PANY (West Indies) 1IMITED, a Ce by admeasurement one acre three roods and proper Parsons to. represent the fof food, ahd colouritigs for articles ¢
pany organised wnder aws of Great ven and two fifths perches or there Vestry for ae Parish of St. Joseph f | ocd, (tbe d colour becoming in u
br whose trade or bu , . pit ‘butting and bounding on lands the zone 5 ang PR OnE ne edients i t Licle of food
in 22 Great St. Helen's, London, E 3. 4 Cliftes Hall plantation on lands of est . R a ee 4 a 2 the { favouring essences (or beverages, fru.t
England, M-rebants, hae applied for ¢ eweastle plantation on lands of J. & W. Srern § ee an < ne ; umanenry extract ilaver essence uicoho!
registration of a trade mark in Part "A" hepherd on lands of James Mayers and | | onday, the h day sr anua sential of} ne chemie for use |
of Register in respect of gases in liquid. | oy lands of one Mrs. Wood or however between, the nay a ANT oe Pm. [the manufacture of pert and. soap, |
olid or gaseous form, and will be ¢3-| ise the same may abut and bound to s DURA a hile paraldehyde, thymol, menthol, acet.c
titled to register the same after one ing before me an accorl of their 81 Pe a cid, and alcoh bstitutes, all being
month from the 9th day of Janum iid ¢ ns with their witnesses, docu- * v eremical tbstance prepared for Use
982, uless come person sball in tit vents and vouchers, to be examined by edicineg d pharmacy and «
meantime give notice in duplicate to m ne on any Tuesday, or Ffiday between NOTICE t e titled re ister the sane after
at my office of opposition of such regis | ne hours of 12 (noon) and 3 o’clock . > / cave month from the 9th day of January
Cent Ween teate insti Gan be veer AN 1 Th ie ARaCKGeH, Et tae Orton: Oe tom Lie HEREBY GIVEN that it is the inten , ou me person shall i
pplication at n lerk of the Assistant Court of Appeal Sot of the Vestries of the Parishes of }}\e meantime give notice in duplica
Dated this Sist day of December, 1951.) \¢ the Court House, Bridgetown, before Saath Gee, oe ty ; Series me iat my flee of opposition of suc
{. WILLY a 52. ede’ » Saint J § Joseph, S egistration ie trade mark can be see
Re piste ot Ty oe 1 nat ah a bee naeat hey sied aiaerte Thomas and Saint James of this ial | on applieat at ny of
at 8 aims may . : -lte cause to be introduce > Le S tat: ¢ ot Be “rr
es g to the nature and priority thereof Caen Eee error aver tn | Dated this 3tst a December, 19





TAKE NOTICE

n or against the said propert:





That CROSSF BLACKWELL!

Mor wise sadam 213001 Official Sale



Square, Le





: ; i ARBADOS 1%
4 1 IN THE AS ANT COURT e| |
x OF APPEAL j
; ay of Jar Equitable Jurisdiction) | ‘
s me porso t TANLEY JAMES BENJAMIN KING
give rot t —Plaintift
rey of of of \ jOSEPTT NORRIS Defendant |
ain n. Ti de 1 can < NOTICE is hereby given that by your! ———
pplient t on ofc | Order of the Assistant Court © | ynat RECKITT & COLMAN LIMITED,
tod this 28 7 : oe Oe iar ed ae oe ee | whose trade or Snatinen Sacrouk is King:
ns i chit eadher at tea Gthee of the Clerk ton Works, Dansom Lane, Hull, Englana,

cf the Assistant Court of Appeal at the se peng aay pag”
= - Court House, Bridgetown, between the That PILKINGTON BROTHE! S$
—— | hours of 12 fnoon) and 2 o'clock in the | LIMYTED, a company incorporated und
j itternoon on Friday, the 2Is® day of] the laws of Great Britain, whose trade
| CREETI VGS { \tareh, 1952, all that certain piece or] or business address is 277/283 Mart!)
LELE. a.
“ : 5



reel of land situate in the parish of | Bank Building, Water Street, Liverpool 2





! i opp rt xo M ra by admeasurement one acre three | Glass Manufacturers, has applied for to , opposition of suc $
t ° oe ae renee nt Py i ods seven and two fifths perches of | registration of a trade ark in Part “A* eatiaen etter nite sacks On be Bn
| p RDA} , m ereat abutting and bounding on | of Register in respect of flat and CO > | Jyplication at ny office
Ox oe agar “gtreat. It ds of Clifton Hall plantation on lands | structional glass generally, for examp!> Dated this! 31st day of December, 1951
L om ," oer | Newcastle plantation on lands of | plate glass, sheet glass, rolled glass H WILLEAMS
| aire J. & W. Shepherd on lands of James | cathedral glass and ornamental glass; anc Registrar of Trade Mark
—_—-- - oo vers and’on lands of one Mrs, Wood | articles of glass and crystal, and will oe i 9.1.52—3n

LM AE EOS

ART CLAS

VLADIMIR
NACHOUMOFF

436 + 665664650
PAPEL PILLS ind, and if not then



-



than $600.00

F. G. TALMA,
Ag. Clerk of the Assistant Court

of Paris, who is now

s s
SALAS SES





4 oe 47
qu POCO OPP AAL TOPO PE ELIOOE SF

exhibiting his work at ¥ Hy

the Museum, is willing ¥ }\\ CIN

to give instruction to a }. }{! DANCING CLASSES

limited number of &)}

pupils in drawing and } i Pacitie

painting in oils and ¥ |} ¢ the 11th

watercolours at his | at

studio, x I , Baturdas Plseses “Go the dith: of
St. Leonard’s House, 3) cisssos are bs as oc)
St. Leonard’s Avenue. $ }}) Ballroom Dancing and Keep Fit

Telephone 3085. ys Was y to Miss Ransom, L.R.A.D.,

+ 1.52—71 s i AIS T.D Avitbhogs. se. a



ttt ¢
POLL LEE EOTY

pectively; otherwise such persons Will) tne
« precluded from the benefit of the said
ecree, and be deprived of all claims

Claimants are also notified that they
ust attend the said Court on Wednesday
19th day of March 1962, at 10 o'clock Dated this 7th

of Appeal.
10.1.52—4n

int John and Island aforereid contain-|in the Caunty of Lancaster, England

however else the same may abut and] entitted to register the same after one
nid the said! month from the 10th day of Janus
yperty will be set up for sale on every | 1952, unless some person shall in

eceeding Friday between the same! meantime give notice in duplicate to ne
urs until the same is sold for a sum

Dated this 7th day of January, 1952

of Appeal
‘ 10.1, 52-—8n






















islature of this Island a Bill authorisi H. WILLEAMS
said Vestries to increase the sals Registrar of Trade Merk

|
ot the Clerk of the Board of Guardia | 9.1.52
|

TAKE NOTICE

not exceeding £75 per annum; the
SPREE





authority to have effect from the
Mareh, 1951.
day of January, 18.2





a ee their said claims will be} CARRINGTON & SEALY, f \
ankee Solicitors 0 }
Given my hand this 7th day of j z he F RTRIS
F. G. TALMA, |
Ap the Assistant Court |
|

|
TAKE NOTICE |
|





ied for the regis
tration of a trade mark in Part “A" o
Register in respect of pharmaceutical anc
| ‘edicinal preparations, and will be en-
| titled to register the same after one
lynonth from the 9th day of January
| 1952, unless some person shall in the
| nemntime give notice in duplicate to me
|
|







| at my office of opposition of sucl
registration. The trade mark can be seer
| seen on application at nur of
Dated this 28th day of December, 196
| H. W#LLIAMS
| Registrar of Trade N
10.1.5





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g SSS OOOO OOD ‘ i nl oo



tENT WANTED



vane HOUSES

comfortabie Apart. |







EXPERIENCED LADY STENO-TYPIST
Apply: Alleyne Arthur & Co. Ltd., Office, |
| High Street



to Royal Hotel, for inspeetion | APA!

unfurnished OFFICE CLERK—During Crop, offic:|dos, Bermuda early January and arriv-

clerk, previous experience an advantage.|ing at Barbados about March 20th.
Manager, Lower Estate Factory This vessel has ample space for chilled
9.1.52—T7n.|\ herd frozen, and general cargo.

—

ENGLISH—Middle aged lady
references for



10.1.52—4n | with good | Lading with transhipment at Trinidad
position of trust to look| for British Guiana, Windward and Lee-
after household and one elderly gentie. | ward Islands.

Making her
surroundings

BUNGALOW--One Furnished Bungalow

at Coral Sands, Worthing, to an approved |

congenial
service



Advoca D
8.1.88—t.f.n Advocate Co

——————_—

three bedroom flat un mss
maic

Road MAID--One
soacd.! Mrs, Lisle Bayley, Pavilion
|

—

TYPIST--Shorthand
ear
Salar

Canadian National Steamships

2 bedrooms

Application
ing to FITZPATRICK GRAHAM & CO
BARCLAYS BANK BLDG



8.1.52—3n |

HAMILTON-—St. Lawrence Gap,



NOTICE

Election for the Vestry of the
PARISH OF ST. PHILIP





ROOMS—Large furnished cool rooms
meals, | to Serve in the Vestry of the Parish of St.| “LADY NELSON”



the Church Schoo

clared elected :







“SANTA CLARA
wp. Unfurnished
Falm Cot” Fontabelle.

Spencer Blades
. Darrell Eustace Lisle Brathwaite
Darrell DaCosta Garner

on sea St. Lawrence

—
sene

. Thomas Duncan Mayers
Arthur Torrence Skeete

. Reginald Bruce Skeete

. Howard Lisle Smith
Goulbourne Alonza Webster

Clair Weekes

B. A. MOORE,

FOR RENT OR LEASE
ROOSEVELT-Maxwell
including Frigidaire,
Telephone, Rediffusion. Good sea-bathing

at Public Auction approximately 1500
| NOTICE ik Shipping & Trading Share| Available Ist March



Phone 2224.

§.1.52—t.f.n . Reynold St.



10.1.52.—1n,

PERSONAL

The public are hereby warned against
giving cerdit to my wife BERYL JORDAN \
(nee BURROWS) as I do not hold myself
responsible for her or
any debt or



TAKE N



anyone else con-
debts in my

a written order signed by
HAROLD JORDAN

Blackman’s Tenantry,



LIQUOR LICENSE NOTICE

application of Grannum & Co.,
Merchants of Swan Street, City, holders
of Liquor License No, 90 of 1952, granted
to them in respect of Ist and 2nd floors

said Liquor License _
wall building at
Bridge Streets,



of January
GRIFFITH,
Police Magistrate, Dist
GRANNUM & CO.,

per J. JONTS,

Clerkenwell, 2. “ * SO ASIIS

England, Distillers and Wine and Spirit | $8: ALCOA PEGASUS” .. . » 14th Dec. 51 24th Dec. 51

Merchants, has applied for the registra- | °

trade mark . 4 ay o” “

Register in respect of wines and «piriis,| ROBERT THOM LTD. — NEW YORK AND GULF SERVICE.

ard will be entitled to register the same |

month from the 10th day of | APPLY:—DA COSTA & CO., LTD—CANADIAN SERVICE

1952, unless some person shali iC

the meantime give notice in duplicate

to me at my office of opposition of such

registration.

seen on application at my office.
Dated this 28th day of December,

WHSLIAMS,

of Tenge Marks PLANTATIONS BUILDING, LOWER BROAD STREET
2—3n

application
Lacensing Court

on
the 2ist day 1952, | #fter one

GRIFFITH,
Police Magistrate,





LIQUOR LICENSE NOTICE

The application of Alma Griffith, Shop-
Poebuck Street,



Spirits, Mait
.iquors, &c., at bottom floor of a 2-storey
Roebuck Street, City.
of January,
GRIFFITH, Esq.,
Police Magistrate, Dist.
Signed SCIPIO MORRIS,
for Applicant
application
licensing Court

TAKE NOTICE

gz: BS4E2t &



Magistrate,





LIQUOR LICENSE NOTICE

@ application of James H





PILKINGTON BROTHERS

incorporated undcr “y
trade “Cc ACR
Martins AL®. £
Hank Building, Water Street, Liverpool 2, t
land wishes to announce



Glass Manufacturers
registration of a trad

has applied
mark in Part





application
plate glass rolled glass,
ornamental
f glass and crystal,
will be entitled to register the same aftcr "Are

day of January, CACRABANK HOTEL” is immediately on the
some person shall
in duplicate
office of opposition of such

The tradem ark can be seen Tel. 8148 & 8611
of December,
WELLIAMS,

Marks, |
10.1.52—3n. |



A. McLEOD,
Magistrate,



meantime give
me at my
registration

application at
Dated this 28th day



TAKE NOTICE
SPLENDOR

t SPLENDOR GLOELLAM
PENFABRIEKEN,

nd existing under the laws of the king-
mm of The Netherlands, whose trad«





TAKE NOTICE

Netherlands, has applied
registration
of Register in respect of electric
installations,
particularly



BOAKE, ROBERTS & COM

British Company, }
trade or business address
Carpenters Road, Stratford, London, Eng- |
land, has applied for the registration of a|
of Register

ercury-vapour
eon lamps, lighting ornaments,, fittings,
exclusively espect of chemical
manufactures,
phical research, and anti-corrosives; sub- |
stances used as food or
food; flavouring essences for beverages,
fruit extracts, essential oils, and will be
ntitled to register the same after one
the Sth day
some person
meantime give notice in duplicate to me
t my office of opposition of each regis- g nspect and replace hose if

photography, or philoso-

condensers, transformers

ingredients in



automatic installations for
guarding, and will be entitled to register



of January,
person shall in the meantime give notice

of Januany,

registration.

application The trade mark can be seen on

pplication at my office.

Dated this 28th day of December, 1951 Dated this 3ist day of

WILLIAMS,
10. 1,52—3n

BRITISH
BERGOUGNAN

TYRES

Dependable Performance



— their recommendation
“NEW TYPE” HEAVY DUTY GIANT.

Wider tread pattern of unparalleled depth, A mileage
tyre for all types of service under every operating

condition.

“SILENT SAFETY” CAR TYRE.
ness and smoothness in running.
Long non-skid life.

Unexcelled quiet-
Faster, safer corner-

We have the following sizes in stock: —



HRKRAKA



PLANTATIONS LTD.

SSS SSOSS VSS OOSSSS SOOO OSOO FGF OFO GF FES ES

LOE EE?

CESSES IS ASS?

4

THURSDAY, JANUARY 10, 1952

‘SHIPPING NOTICES

ES
MONTREAL, AUSTRALIA AND NEW 65S SVOSOOOEO POO
| ZEALAND LINE LTD.











| MANZ LINE
The M/V CARIBBEE” wiil
5.1.52—t f.n | M.V. TEKOA is expected to load at accept Cargo and Passengers for
Australian Ports for Trinidad, Barba- Dominica, Antigua, Montserrat,
Nevis and St Kitts. Sailing

Frida lith inet

The M/V “DAERWOOD” will
accept Cargo and Passengers for
St. Lucia, St. Vincent, Grenada,
and Aruba. Date of sailing to
be notified

B.W.I. SCHOONER

Cargo accepted on through Bills of



For further particulars apply to—
FURNESS, WITHY & Co., Ltd.

lo} TRINIDAD. OWNERS ASSOC, INC.
—-| BWI. Tele. 4047,
DaCOSTA & Co., Ltd.
| BARBADOS
— | BW, tt LCOCCGIOSD





spear a SOUTHBOUND al Sails Arrives Sails
| Halifax Boston Barbados Barbados
| “LADY RODNEY” .. at -.29 Deer. 31 Deer. 1 Jan 11 Jany.
“LADY NELSON” z =} ‘< -.12 Jany. 4Jany. 23 Jany. 24 Jany.
the| “CANADIAN CRUISER” ee . 28 Jany. _ 6 Feby. 7 Feby
holding by me of the election of member “LADY RODNEY"” ‘ j ..13 Feby. 15 Feby. 24 Feby 25 Feby
* oe oe +-27 Feby. 29 Feby. 9 March 10 March
wal« | Philip, on Monday, the 7th day of Jan-|"CANADIAN CRUISER” : 14 March 23 March 24 March
LT
t.f.n St. Philip, the following were duly de-| NORTHBOUND Arrives Sails Arrives Arrives Arrives

| Barbados Barbados Boston St. John Halifax
“CAN. CRUISER” .. 6 Jany 7 Jany



- 14 Jany 17 Jany
‘LADY RODNEY" -.22 Jany. 2% Jany. 2 Feby. 3 Feby 6G Feby
“LADY NELSON 5 Feby 7 Feby. 16 Feby. 17 Feby. 20 Feby
‘CAN. CRUISER” 20 Feby. 21 Feby _- 28 Feby. 1 March
“LADY RODNEY” 8 March 9 March 20 March 21 March 24 March
“LADY NELSON” ve 22 March 24 March 3 April 4 April 7 April
“CAN. CRUISER” 4 April 7 April - 14 April 17 April

For further particulars, apply to

GARDINER AUSTIN & CO., LTD.—Agents.







Pike! NEW YORK SERVICE
|S.8. “OCEAN RANGER” sails 4th Jan. —arrives B'dos 15th Jan, 1952
|4 STEAMER sails 25th ; B’dos Sth Feb, 19

A STEAMER sails 15th P'dos 26th Feb
|







NEW ORLEANS SERVICE
\ STEAMER sails 2nd Jan.—arrives B’dos 17th Jan, 1952
A STEAMER sails 16th Jan.—arrives B'dos Sist Jan, 1952
A STEAMER sails 30th Jan.—arrives B'dos 14th Feb, 1952





| CANADIAN SERVICE

NICHOLSON & co,| SOUTHBOUND
British Limited Liabtiity E
business Name of Ship Sails walls Arrives
195 Saint John Montreal Halifax Barbado

E.C.1.,}¢



ul



“ALCOA POINTER” +. .. 25th Nov. 51 28th Nov. $1 &th Dec.

S.S “ALCOA PLANTER” = 28th Dec, 51 8th Jany. 5:
ot | A’. STEAMER llth Jany. 52 2ist Jany. 52







be

1951. ROBERT THOM LIMITED

Trans-Canada Airlines, B.O.A.C. and B.W.1.A.
: ALCOA STEAMSHIP COMPANY
Telephone No. 4466

i Passenger Sales Agents for:















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ELWELL CANE HILLS
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CENTRAL EMPORIUM
; Corner Broad & Tudor Streets
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BANK” HOTEL

he
“A Owing to its increased accommodation it can still offer
con. | Single and Double Rooms (with or without private toilet
Saree | & Shower)
glass: |
and for the coming’ season.

the
to edge of the magnificent Worthing Bay.



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| CHICK’S OWN.



PAGE SEVEN

| : PILES





can be Cured

There are thousands of men and women
who suffer awful agony day and night
because of pile trouble, who do not know
that every chemist stocks a special remedy
that does most surely and quickly banish
the misery of this wretched trouble.

Make a confidant of your chemist.
him about Man Zan Pile Remedy. He
will tell you this is no ordinary ointment,
but a soothing, healing, strengthening
balm that at once stops the intense irrit-
ation and clears away internal, external,
sore or bleeding piles.

QUALITY

Prey oh

sold makes this preparation so easy and
clean to use. The big size supply, with
special applicator, is usually suffir, at to
clear away the most difficult case.

Remember the name of this special
remedy for pile trouble

ManZan
PILE REMED

o> SELES SO OPAL PSF FFF

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SPECIAL OFFERS are now ®vailable at our Branches Tweedside.

| Speightstown and Swan Street

|

Usually NOW Usually Now
SMEDLEY'S PEAS, (Tins) 49 45 Pkgs. P. FREAN BISCUITS 36
EVAP. MILK, (Tins) 29 27 FRY’'S COCOA (Tins) 50 5
BACON, (Per |b.) 120 100 FRONTENAC BEER, (Bots.) 26 22



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ALLEY —In. loving memory of our
dear mother Rita
on 10th January, 1
Requiescat in pace
Lewis (husband Marjorie, Clare
children
61.524
CARMICHAEL—In loving memory of
our. dear Mother Theresa Elfreda
‘Aunt Sue} who died on the 10th Jan-
uary 1948
Four years since you have




But to us it seems as yeste
Blanche and Ct et
and Leon igrandehildrer
joughter-ine law! iam
16.13.52
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Deat beloved mother Beatrice wh
departed this world on January 10th
We know that she is asleep in Jesus
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forget,
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children,
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“GLADIOLL & DAHLIA





Orders are being taker 0
Giadioli and nlias for delivery in
December 1952, ties interested in
booking please 4442, T
Grant Ltd 10.1.52





Income Tax Notice


























NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
Income Tax returns are required from
every married. man whose ingome 1s
$1200.00 per m or over, from ever
cther person whose income i 0.00 per
annum or _ over da from orn te
whcther incorporated or unincorpo
societies, persons gaged in any
or profession d owners of la
property whether 4 r
pecrued during the pr

Forms of Return ir

income Tax De
DAY OF
uly fi
ine. or
pective date
i Return of persons whose boo
were clos.d on Bist day o
December, 1951, on or before the
Bist day of March, 1952
Returns of persons whose princir
place of business is not situate
the island on or before the 31}
f June, 1952
Retucns of all other persons, on
e bist da of Janu
N, D. OSBORNE,
Commissioner of
Income Tax end D 1 Duties ‘Ag.)
Siote:—Any person failing to make hi
return within the due date
be liable to a fine not exceeding
£100 and not less than £2
will be prosecuted” = unile: 1
satisfactory reason is given
10, 1.$2—7n



TAKE NOTICE

PROGAS










That PETROLEUM MARKETING COM
PANY (West Indices) LIMITED, a Coin
pany organised under the laws of Great
Britain, whose trade or business addre
is Great St. Helen’s, London, FC
England, Merchants, has applied for tt
registration of a trade mark im Part "A*
Of Register ty respect of gases in liquic



solid or gaseous form, and will be er
titled to register the ume fter o
month from the tth day of Januar:
1952, unles ome person sali in th
meantime give notice in duplicate to nh



at my office. af.opposilion of such reg)
tration, Theiwale mark can be
application #t my office

Dated thf 3i8 day of December, 1951

H. WILLAAMS
of Trade Mark
91





TAKE NOTICE





That PETROLEUM MAT KEU!75 COM
PANY (West Indies) 1 IMiITED
pany organised under laws of Great
ov whose trade or bu 3 :
ir treat St. Helen London, 3
Engiand, M-rebants, ha IL



registration of a trade mark





of Re r in respect of gases in liquid
olid or gaseous form, and will be e.-
titled to register the same after one
fv from the 9th day of Janua
unless some person sh in the



meantime give notice in dupli e to m
at my office of opposition of such regis-



tration. Th» trade inark can be seen on
application at my of
Dated this Bist day of December





TAKE NOTICE









That CROSSF BLACKWELL I
LIMITED. empans whic
vade or b address is & °o
Square, 1x England, Ma
foetw ] hed for the regist

fa rk in Part “A” t

respoes f ned fist

titled ¢ the &

t J0th day of Jam
. we F or
yh
Mies de Ze
nm on application at r Me
ted this 22th ' ont
Reg



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BARBADOS ADVOCATE

PUMLIC NOTICES | PUBLIC SALES |





NOTICE

PRODUCTION OF FANCY MOLASS

REAL ESTATE






























1951—S2 NE VILLE—Hastings cn the se
FOR SALE All persons wishing to manufacture | to Royal Hot tte inspeetion
FANCY MOLASSES for the purpose of y premise For all information
export under the Barbados Fancy» ase contact West 17 Blue Waters
Molasses Production and Export Act, 4 1.82—6n
1937—15 are asked to apply to the Depart-| — wi
AUTOMOTIVE lraent of Agriculture for an Application] COCOA ESTATE—Healihy Cocoa Fatat
Form which must be completed and/ on the Nor Coast of Tob B.W.I

CAR—One Austin (A-40 Devon) sound | veturned not later than the 30 January.) 200 ac near sea, with building. Apphy
condition. Going for $1500.00 or just | 1951, after which date applications for) Cc. E. Wildman, Mizpah, Tobago, B.W.1
under. Phone 4512, Garage opposite Fire | permission to manufacture Fancy 8.1.52—3n
Erigade, Coleridge Street 9.1.52-—8n frsnge: ano for purposes of export cannot $$ i _ —

be considered. ROCKLEY NEV ~/ ewly b

ENGINE—Complete with gear box,| J.P. PETERKEN, as ay node ht glow with ‘billets
radiater, differential complete. To Ford Secretary, cupboards. Standing on approx 16,060
Prefect. One tyre (new) size 500— 16 | Fancy Molasses Control and sq. ft nd. Entire house built on large
and inner tube. R. G, Mapp, “Rhuston | Marketing Board scale comprising three bedrooms all to
Station Hill Dial 2973 } 8.1,/52-—-3n. | the East, spacious bathroom ¢ PY

101.52 In | - SERENE gE « ng and living rooms with wonderf

TOURING CAR—19%4 Chevrolet Tour- | NOTICE : ple rayrate sere,

a NS Ce rail - Applications for the vancant Hawle amount of space underneath inclusive «
ing Car M-1323 in excellent condition . 5 : as. | servant m, bath and toilet, garage
a ‘New Tyres, New Battery. Dial 2280, | Asmuity will be received by the Clerk | ond area suitable for large hobby room
2007. EB. H. Davis 8 1.52—3n. | Of the Vestry up to 2 o clock noon on i a

Saturday the 12th January, 1952 "s ay (4 Secianbices
1947 Hudson Sedan 14,000 miles. Bxcel- Applicants must be widows, of the} oo). ae aan ao as ; - oe

lent condition and just right for Tourist | Parish of St. Michael, who are in strait inda 2205. Week-days 8 a.m.—4 p.m








Trade

1938 Chrysler Royal going cheap could
easily be made into a_ pick-up Fort

Royal Garage Ltd Telephone 4504,
9.1.52--6n
ee

ELECTRICAL

FLUORESCENT FITT#NGS: Just re-
selved, Single and Twin 20 watt, 2 ft;

ingle and twin 40 watt, 4 ft. and twin 40

watt 2ft, types. Dial 3878 DaCosta &
‘o., Ltd. Electrical Department
5.1.52—6n

MECHANICAL

“TYPEWRITER — One Portable R
ngton Typewriter, good condition. Apply |
Holder Bros., Swan Street



9.1,.52—t.f.n
TYPEWRITERS Olympia Portable
Typewriters, 1982 Models, price $140.00.
Your inspection of these superb machines
is invited. A. G, St. Hill, Dial 3199.
1.1.52—7n.—e.0.4

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MISCELLANEOUS |

ENCRY DENTURE FIXATIVE. to|
» the wearing of false truth a com-









1/9 per tin. Knights Ltd
9.1,.52—3n
CANE CARTS—5-6 ton Heavy duty,
with pneumatic tyres and = over-run
kes. Courtesy Garage. Dial 4616.
8.1.52—fin

CHEAP household articles, small cool-
rator, venetian blind gasoline lantern,
ad irons, pictures, lamp shades, cur-
iins, dresser scarves, ornaments, Hope-
vell. St. Thomas. Phone 4942.
10.1,52—1n





—_—_—$—$—— nr
‘ERTILIZER DISTRIBUTOR — Massey-

6.1,.52-—-5n

ened circumstances
Forms of application can be
from the Vestry Clerk's Office

SHARES & BONDS-—Th

Sooners undersigned





will offer for sale at their office No, 17,
Clerk, i cece Wands High Street, Bridgetown, on Friday, the
6) an} llth January, at 2 p.m. the following
cnitninnimmmntanmainee | Shares and Bonds
£400, 314° Barbados Government
NOTICE Bonds
















Applications for ane vacant Frizers Shar Barbad« lee Co. Limited
Annuity will be received by the Clerk 0 B'dos Fire In
of the Vestry up to 12 o'clock noon on 220 W.I. Rum Refinery
Saturday the 12th January, 1952. Rights in issue of new shares in The
Applicants must be widows, of the| Barbados Shipping & Trading Co.,
parish of St. Michael, who are in strait-+ Limited
ened riccumstances. COTTLE, CATFORD & CO
Forms of application can be obtained 9.1.52—3n
from the Vestry nx RY Oner —
- C. MAN , . +
Clerk, St. Michael's Vestry AUCTION
6.1.52—4r —. > ee ee oe
cecceiteeibiadintesltheinticidteimgsmpmmnminsitapmseitiies The undersigned will set up for sale
at Public Auction approximately 1500
NOTICE Barbados Shipping & Trading Share
PARISH OF ST. ANDREW Rights on Friday next the Lith Jan-
17 candidates having been nominated | uar 1952 at 2. p.m.
for the Vestry of St. Andrew, I hereby CARRINGTON & SEALY
declare my intention to take a poll a Lucas Street
the Vestry Room St. Andrew on Monday 10.1.52—2n
next January l4th., commencing between | —-—- ———— olcees eanititiy tees
the hours of 8 and 9 o'clock in the
morning and closing at 4 p.m. for the UNDER THE IVORY HAMMER
election of 10 Vestrymen.
| WILLIAM D. JORDAN By instructions received I will sell at
Sheriff Messrs. Cole & Co.'s Garage, Probyn St.,
7.152—4n n Friday January lit il) 1950 Hillman
Minx Car Damaged in accident). Sale











| at 2 Terms CASH
VINCENT GRIFFITH,
NOTICE Auctioneer
PARISH OF ST. GEORGE 6.1.52-—4n
At an election of the Vestry for the | $$
Parish of St. George held on January 7th



NOTICE
PARISH OF 5ST. LUCY
1 HEF GIVE NOTICE that as 14
ersons have been nominated as fit and
proper persons to serve in the Vestry for

1952, eleven (11) persons were
to serve as a Vestry for th» year 1952
{ Since then Mr. George ¥. Hutson one
of the candidates has not Pw me of his
intention to withdraw his name. & hereby
«

yminated









farris, Courtesy Garage. Dial 4616,
81

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GRASS RAKES—12’ wide, Heavy duty
construction, Courtesy Garage. Dial 4616.
8 1.52—6n
ITEMS—Primus, Stoves, Lanterns, Glass
himneys, Filter Funnels, Spirit Cans,
spare parts always in stock. Chandler's
Hardware and Bicycle Accessories, Reed
vd Tudor Streets, Phone 4024.
9.1. 52—2n



—$—$—_—— —————— rr
| MANURE SPREADERS—Massey -Harris,
le

wy duty.
er-press mud

Ideal for applying Megasse,
Dial



or pen manure

4616. Courtesy Garage. 8,1.52—6n
NYLGN STOCKINGS—Famous ‘Alga’
qua ity guaranteed long lasting in all

modern shades & sizes only $1. 48 pair
j get it from KIRPALANT 52 Swan Street
10,4,52—1n
coma pinnae
ODDMENTS—At Trelawy Cottage, Hast
ings Main Road, third house om St
Matthias Gap, land side, furniture, bed
snd «dining room kitchen Apply on
premises.
| 10.1,.52



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|
|



an

PROMOL MOTH RINGS with D.D.T,
kills moths and larvae, 1/- per pk.
9.1,.52-—-n

Knights Lid





TANKS—Galy.
General Agency Co.,
Street

Tanks 200 gallon, The
B'dos Ltd., 14 High
5.1, 52—8n



VICKS COUGH SYRUP—Medicates as
it penetrates into areas ordinary Cough
| remedies do not reach, 2 sizes. Knights
itd 9.1,52—n

Official Notice

|

' BARBADOS
| IN THE
|

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1





courr



(Wquitable Jurisdiction)
TANLEY JAMES BENJAMIN KING
Plaintiff!
!OSEPH NORRIS Defendant
IN pursuance of an Order in this Court
in the above action made on the 7th day









of January, 1952, L give notice to all
persons having any estate, right or
ntret in or any Men or incumbrance
cus il that certain piece or parcel
wd situate in the parish of Saint

ot snd Island «aforesaid = containing
by admensurement one ac three roods
ind two fifths pereb or there

t sbuttir 1d bounding on lands
4 ifter Hall plantation on lands of
eweastle plantation on lands of J, & W.

hepherd on lands of James Mayers and
lands of one Mrs. Wood or however
the same may abut and bound to
g before me Lie of their
iid clogne with th “s, doci-
ents and youchers, to be examined by
ne on any Tuesday, or Friday between
‘he hours of 12 (noon) and 3 o'clock
nt afternoon, at the Office of the
lerk of the Assistant Court of Appeal
t the Court House, Bridgetown before

19th day of March 1952, in order
at such claims may be ranked accord-
to the nature and priority thereof
tively; otherwise such persons will
recluded from the benefit of the said
















\ Ceeree, and be deprived of all claims
n or against the said propert)
Claimants are also notified that they

ust attend the said Court on Wednesd
19th day of March 1962, at 10 o'ele







m. when their said claims will be
anked
Given under my hand this 7th day of
F. G. TALMA,
| Ag the Assistant Court
{ of Appeal. }

10.152

Official Sale

ARBADOS
IN THE ASSISTANT COURT
OF APPEAL
Equitable Jurisdiction)
TANLEY JAMES BENJAMIN KING
—Plaintift



jOSEPIT NORRIS
NOTICE is hereby given that by virtue
Order of the Assistant Court of
1) dated the 7th day of January,
>, there will be set up for sale to the
gvest bidder at the Office of the Clerk
of the Assistant Court of Appeal at the
‘Court House, Bridgetown, between the
hours of 12 oon! and 2 o'clock in the
ifternoon on Friday, the 2is® day ot
larch, 1952, all that certain piece or
reel of land situate in the parish of
‘sint John and Island aforesaid contain-





ra by admeasurement one acre three
ods seven and two fifths perches or
ereak abutting and bounding on

ds of Clifton Hall plantation on lands
{ Neweastle plantation on lands of
q W. Shepherd on lands of James
\layers and'on lands of one Mrs, Wood
* however else the same may abut and
vsund, and if not then sold the said
» will be set up for sale on every



ceeeding Friday between the same
ours until the same is sold for a sum
of less than $600.00.
Dated this 7th day of January, 1962
F. G. TALMA,
Ag. Clerk of the Assistant Court
of Appeal
‘ 10,1, 52-4













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fi Fric “lasses at the Aquatic
{ Club mence on the 1th
of J

iS Saturday Classes on the 12th of
A) January |
i}

KK ci at “ formed for
Mt Ballroom Dancing and Keep Fit
YH) Ax to M Ransom, L.R.A.D.,
( AIS T.D,. Telephone 98555

\\} 9 1,52—3n

Defendant |









—— =.










jeclare the 10 following members duly | ‘he Parish of St. Lucy for the year 1952,
elected to serve as a Vestry for the said | ond as ly 10 persons are required by
Parish of St. George for the year 1952. | law. I will hold a poll at the Vest
Hon. G. D, L. Pile . Room, St. Lucy, next Monday, the 14th
H. H. Goring day of January 1952, between the hours
A. C. Goring of 8 a.m. and 4 p.m
c. L. L. Seak E, St. A. GRIFFITH
M. A. Wilkinson Sheriff
R, E, King 10 1.52—4n
W. A. Yearwood —
E. M. Shiltone NOTICE
pitied Beulnas 1S HEREBY GIVEN that it is the in
Se “ 4 tention of the Commissioners of Highway
t K. MASON, of the Parishes of Saint George and Saint
Sheriff Thomas of this 1 id to cause ‘to be
9 1.52—2n. 4 introduced into the Legislature of this
d a Bill authorising the said Com-
NOTICE nera to



Increase the §
of Highways
to um

salary of the inspector
of the said Parishes
exceeding £500 per



PARISH OF ST. JAMES (a)
1 hereby give Notice that as 13 persons

have been nominated as fit and proper 4 A

















FOK RENT

hai



HOUSES











WANTED

HELP







EXPERIENCED LADY STENO-TYPIS1

| APART Very comfortabie Apart-| ses : ;
| ments Hastings, near Aquatic Club serie Astour & " Lod +t |
com. one room or two rooms | 7 . a |
furr * unfurnished each room OFFICE CLERK—During Crop, offic’
with ng water. Inspection by | cierke previous experience an advantage
pp Pawine"s Lad [Ave Manager, Lower Estate Factory
} ino oa 9.1,52—Tn






| “BUNGALOW

One Furnished Bungalow















in| ENGLISH—Middle aged lady with good
— | references for position of trust to look





——



after household and one elderly gentle





















) herd frozen,



at Coral Sands, Worthing, to an Spereses (nan. Making her home in congenial
torent. FUE partievlers Sppiy on prem ~ surroundings with adequate service. |
at We esta. Levhiey. Reply ZM C/o, Advocate Co. Ltd
6.1.52—t.1.n. | 10.1.52—1
————
\ i shsiguiigiciataimtices secede ities
FLAT One (1) three bedroom fist Ur’) WzAID—One general laundry | mak
aS Ge a ec. Viele Road.’ Mrs. Lisle Bayley, Pavilion Hi
10.1.52—1n 10 any
a gre :
Hastings, living room nag All| experience in typing Accounts.
meeern . Convenseuss rom the 1st] $120.00 per month, Applications in writ
Pabruary. Poem £798 ing to FITZPATRICK GRAHAM & CO
52—3n. | BARCLAYS BANK BLDG
—_ - 8.15 in |
HAMILTON--St. Lawrence Pp. un- oe — 4
furnished, 3 bedrooms ete., water }
electricity. Dial 8144. Miss Bayley, | NOTICE
Marathon, St. Lawrence, next door. Election for the Vesiry of the
10.1.52—In PARISH OF ST. PHILIP
ahem nteersaiiinccennernciteaaa pearson | Notice is hereby given that at the
ROOMS--Large furnishgd cool rooms holding by me of the election of members
runr water, with or without meais,| to serve in the Vestry of the Parish of St
in Woodside Gardens, 10 minutes walk | Philip, on Monday, the 7th day of Jan
to Yacht Club or City. Dial 3356 uary, 1952, at the Church Boys’ Schoo
8 1.52—t.f.n,'St. Philip, the following were duly de
_ clared elected :
“SANTA CLARA" on sea St. Lawrence 1. Mr. Shirley Spencer Blades
Gup. Unfurnished. Apply to Mr, Taylor 2. Mr. Darrell Eustace Lisle Brathwaite
‘Falm Cot” Fontabelle. 9.1.52—2n 3. Mr. Darrell DaCosta Garner
4. Mr. Lionel Everton Greenidge
FOR RENT OR LEASE | 5. Mr. Thomas Duncan Mayers
ROOSEVELT—Maxwell Coast Road.| 6 Mr. Arthur Torrence Skeete
Fully furnished including Frigidaire, | 7. Mr. Reginald Bruce Skeete
Telephone, Rediffusion. Good sea-bathing | 8. Mr. Howard Lisle Smith
Available Ist March. Phone 2224. 9. Mr. Goulbourne Alonza Webster
9.1. 52—t. fn 10. Mr. Reynold St. Clair Weekes.
4 B. A. MOORE,
Sheriff
10.1.52,—1n.

PERSONAL

The public are hereby warned against
giving cerdit to my wife BERYL JORDAN
(nee BURROWS) as I do not hold myself
responsible for her or anyone else con-
tracting any debt or debts in my name
unless by a written order signed by me

HAROLQ JORDAN,
Blackman’s Tenantry.
St. Joseph



LIQUOR LICENSE NOTICE

The application of Grannum & Co.,
Merchants of Swan Street, City, holders
of Liquor License No, 90 of 1952, granted
to them in respect of 1st and 2nd floors
of No. 19 Swan Street, City, for per-
mission to use said Liquor License at
top ffoor of a 2-storey wall building at
corner Trafalgar and Bridge Streets,
city

Dated
To G. B
A Police Magistrate, Dist.

this 8th day of January, 1952
GRIFFITH, Esq.,
“A

GRANNUM & CO.,

per J. JONZ
Applicants
will be con-
to be

“Ay



N.B.-—This application

Licensing Court

Court, District

the 2ist day of January,
a.m.

G



on

1952,

B. GRIFFITH,
Dist. “

A.’
10,1.52—1n





sidered
held at
Monday,
at 11 o'clock,

Ag. Police Magistrate,
LIQUOR LICENSE NOTICE
|







persons to serve in the Vestry for the Annu
Parish of St. James for the year 1952 b) Increase the travelling allowance) ‘The application of Alma Griffith, Shop-
and as only 10 persons are required by of the said Inspector to a sum not | keeper of Poebuck Street, St. Michael,
law, I will hold a poll at the Vestry exceed £100 per annun for permission to seli Spirits, Mait
Room, St, James, next Monday the 14th] The said increases ave effect from | Liquors, &c., at bottom floor of a 2-storey
day of January, 1952 between the hours | the ist day of April, bs wall building in Roebuck Street, City.
of 8 am. and 4.00 p.m Dated this 8th day of January, 1662 Dated this 9th day of January, 1952.
G. K. TAYLOR, CARRINGTON & SEALY To G. B. GRIFFITH, Esq.,
Sheriff Solicitors: Ag. Police Magigtrate, Dist, “A.”
8.1.52--4n 10.1 ed Signed SCIPIO MORRIS,
T a a eT ne eee ‘ for Applicant
NO ICE N.B.—This application will be con-
PARISH OF ST. PETER TAKE NOTICE Sed cs Bélien, Comet. Mintriot “AT an
I HEREBY GIVE NOTICE to all persons Site. tne Side dace Gitaknuael Tine
qualified to vote at the Election of Mem- at 1 ‘ore! “Ke ‘a, m aes ,
bers of the Vestry for the Parish of St rc -
Peter that % have appointed the Parish Ad. Police Stushectate weet, 2A .
Room, Speightstown as the place where et = , 103 52-
all such persons may meet on Monday, =In
Januar 14th 1952, between the hours

of 8 a.m, and 4 p.m, to elect ten Members
to serve the Parish of St. Peter in the
Vestry for the ensuing year.
G. 8. CORBIN
Parochial Treasurer
8.1 62-4n












































NOTICE
PARISH OF ST, PETER
I HEREBY GIVE NOTICE, that more
than ten persons having been nominated
tu serve as Vestrymen for the Parish of
St. Peter of ensuing year, that a
poll will be taken on January 14th 1952,
between the hours of 8 am, and 4 p.m
H. M. HINDS,
Sheriff, Parish of St. Peter
8.1.52—4n That A. BOAKE, ROBERTS & COM-
haste LIMITED, a British Company
NOTICE » trade or business address is 100
Carpenters Road, Stratford, London, Eng
PARISH OF ST. JOSEPH nd, has applied for the registration of a
1 HEREBY GIVE NOTICE that as 11 ]irade mark in Part “A of Register |:
Candidates have been nominated as fit] ;espect of favouring essences.for artic!
and proper persons to repr mt the { food, and curings for articles of
Vestry for the Parish o: St ph fo woud, (the id becoming in u
the rt and as only ten are re gredients in t ticle of food
quired by law IT will hold a Poll at the ( favouring emence for beverages, fru.t
Vestry Room over the Dispensary ne extracts, tavouring leohol
Monday, the 14th day of Januar 1952, ssential oi fine cher for use |
between the hours of 8 a.m. and 4 p.m. ] the manufacture of perf > and soap,
S. H. DURANT, J.P paraldenyce, thymol, menthol, acetc
Sheriff | and alcoho titutes, all being
&.1.52-4n « cal ibatances prepared for use
° medicine nd pharmacy and w
NOTICE t entitled register the same after
cne month from the 9th day o é
IS HEREBY GIVEN that it is the inten pr inin wanhe Gheaes aE
tion of the Vestries of the Parishes of} tie me e give notice in duplica
Saint George, Saint Philip, Christ. m m Nice of opposition of src
Chureh, Saint John, Saint Joseph, Sa ! istration ye trade mark can be sec
Thomas and Saint James of this wla 1! appleat at my of
te cause to be introduced into the Les | Dated t Sixt day of December, 1951
islature of this Island a Bill authorisi H. WILLEAMS
the said Vestries to Increase the sali | Registrar of Trade Mark
ot the Clerk of the Board of Guardio!: | 9.1.52
of each of the said parishes to a & 1
not exceeding £75 per annum; the sod)
authority to have effect from the 2
Mareh, 1961 TAKE NOTICE
Dated this 7th day of January, 19 | ARTE SS.
CARRINGTON & SEALY,
' Solicitors | 0 !
ttre | FORTRIS
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TAKE NOTICE
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| Phat RECKITT & COLMAN LIMITED,






vhose trade or business address is King-

ton Works, Dansom Lane, Hull, Englana,

Manufacturers, has applied for the regis-

ie tration of a trade mark in Part “A” o

tquten PILKINGTON BROTHET'S || register in respect of pharmaceutical and
.IMSTED, a company incorporated und | nedicinal preparations, and will be en-
the laws of Great Britain, whose trade! ttred to register the ne after one
or business address is 277/283 Mart'os|;,onth from the 9th day of January
Bank Building, Water Street, Liverpool 2 unless some person shall in the



i
nemntime give notice in duplicate to me
at my office of opposition of such regis-
wation, The trade mark can be seen on
application my office

Glass Manufacturers, has applied for tie
registration of a trade mark in Part "4
of Register in respect of
structional glass generally,

in the County of Lancaster, Engla |
flat and con- |



for examp!>





plate glass, sheet glass, rolled glavs Dated: this: dist day of Dee
cathedral glass and ornamental glass; and Registrar of Trade Marks
articles of glass and crystal, and will ve 9.1.52—3n
entitted to register the same after one -

month from the 10th day of Janua



1952, unless some person shall in th
meantime give notice in duplicate to me * :

at my office of opposition of such For a radiant shine
registration. The trade mark can be see! ;

seen on application at ny office.







Dated this 28th day of December, 105

| H. W#L.LLAMS

| Registrar of Trade Mark

| 10.1. 52

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LIQUOR LICENSE NOTICE

The application of James H. Buckland,









| Hotel Proprietor of Hastings, Christ
|Chureh, for permission to sell Spirits,
Malt Liquors, &e., at Sea View Guest
House, Hast Christ Church, within
Distriet “A

Dated this $th dws of January, 1952
fo BE, A, MeLEOD, Esq.,

Police Magistrate, Dist. “A,”

Signed M. MAYERS,
for Applicant
N.B.—This application will be con-
idered at a Licensing Court to be
held at Police Court, Distriet “A” on
Monday, the 2ist day of January, 1952
at 11 o'clock, a.m
E. A. McLEOD,
Police Magistrate, Dist. “A.”
10,1.52—-In

That N. V. SPLENDOR GLOEILAM
PENFABRIEKEN, a company organised
nd existing under the laws of the king-

om of The Netherlands, whose trade or
tusiness address is St. Annastraat 198,
Nijmegen, The Netherlands, has applied



for he registration of a trade mark in
Part "A" of Register in respect of electric



iighting installations, apparatus, articies
nd materials, particularly electric in-
indescent lamps, flashlight = larnps.
scharge lemps, fluorescent lamps
ercury-vapour lamps, sodium lamps,

eon lamps, lighting ornaments,, fittings,
bulbs, reflectors, light shades, auxiliar
»pavatus exclusively destined for use
the electric ltiehting field such as
choke-coils, condensers, transformers
resistances, ignition switches, safei '-
ivses and automatic installations for safe
guarding, and will be entitled to register
the same after one month from the
ith day of January, 1952, unless some
person shall in the meantime give notice





in duplicate to me at my office of
opposition of such registration. The
tvade mark can be seen on application

at my office
Dated this 28th day of December, 1951

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TAKE

|

ECAR





That J. &. W. NICHOLSON & CO. |
a British Limited Liabiiity |

LIMITED,
Company, whose trade
address is Distillery,
Street, Clerkenwell,

or business
195 Saint John
London, E.C.1.,

| England, Distillers and Wine and Spirit

Merchants, has applied for the registra-
tion of a trade mark in Part “A" of
Register in respect of wines and spirits,
ard will be entitled to register the same
after one month from the 10th day of
January, 1952, unless some person shall
i the meantime give notice in duplicate
to me at my office of opposition of such
registration. The trade mark can be
seen on application at my office.
Dated this 28th day of December, 1951.
H. WH2SLIAMS,
Registrar of Trade Marks
10. 1.62—3n





TAKE NOTICE



That PILKINGTON BROTHERS
LIMITED, a company tneorporated under
the laws of Great Britain, whose trade
ov business address is 277/283 Martins
Bank Building, Water Street, Liverpool 2,
in the County of Lancaster, England
Glass Manufacturers, hag applied for the
registration of a trade mark in Part "A"
of Register in respect of fat and con
etructional glass generally, for example
plate glass, sheet glass, rolled glass
cathedral glass and ornamental gla
and articles of glass and crystal, and
will be entitled to register the same after
month from the 10th day of January,
1952, unless some person shall in the
meantime give notice in duplicate to
me at my office of opposition of such
registration, The tradem ark can be seen
on application at my office.

Dated this 28th day of December, 1951.









H. WFELLIAMS,
Registrar of Trade Marks,
10,1.52-—





TAKE NOTICE
ABRAC

That A. BOAKE, ROBERTS & COM
PANY LIMITED, a British Company,
whose trade or business address is 100

Carpenters Road, Stratford, London, Eng-
land, has applied for the registration of a
trade mark in Part "A" of Register in
espect of chemical substances used in
manufactures, photography, or philoso-
phiecal research, and anti-corrosives; sub-
stanees used as food or as ingredients in
food; flavouring essences for beverages,
fruit extracts, essential oils, and will be
entitled to register the same after one
month from the 9th day of Januany,
1952, unless some person shall in the
meantime give notice in duplicate to me
t my office of opposition of each regis-
tration. The trade mark can be seen on
application at my office.

Dated this 3ist day of December, 1951.

H. WHLLIAMS, H. WILLIAMS
Registrar of Trade Marke Registrar of Trade Marks
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THURSDAY, JANUARY 10, 1952

MONTREAL, AUSTRALIA AND NEW
ZEALAND LINE LTD.
MANZ LINE

M.V. TEKOA is expected to load at
Australian Ports for Trinidad, Barba-
dos, Bermuda early January and arriv-
ing at Barbados about March 20th

This vessel has ample space for chilled
and general cargo.

Cargo accepted on through Bills of
Lading with transhipment at Trinidad
for British Guiana, Windward and Lee-
ward Islands.

For further particulars apply to—

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TRINIDAD.
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BARBADOS
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PFSE
The M/V CARIBBEE’ will
accept Cargo and Passengers for
minica Antigua, Montserrat,
t and St Kitts. Sailing
Frid 18th inst
The M/V “DARBRWOOD” will
accept Cargo and Passengers for
St. Lucia, St. Vincent, Grenada,
and Aruba. Date of sailing to
be notified

B.W.I. SCHOONER
OWNERS ASSOC, INC,

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“LADY RODNEY” nie le ve o

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“CANADIAN CRUISER” . ‘
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“LADY NELSON” +e
“CANADIAN CRUISER”
NORTHBOUND Arrives
Barbados
“CAN. CRUISER" 6 Jany.
‘LADY RODNEY" +. 22 Jany
“LADY NELSON” 5 Feby.
7 +20 Feby
4 8 March
“LADY NELSON” 22 March
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WEST INDIES SCORE 327

Rae Makes 106 Runs

From HAROLD DALE

ALAN RAE

ceston today,
of 327.

It was a sound innings and with Marshall who scored
30 still suffering from his leg,
Rae’s return for the Fifth Test.
and Jones 46 were

Ferguson 52

the other top scorers in a free hit-
ting stand of 88—both hitting six-

es and fours.

Goddard did not bat owing to :
throat infection that has beer
troubling him for some time
is expected to be

a
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He

fit in a few days.

The Tasmanian local side lost
their star batsman, Morrisby, for
19 in the second innings and are
82 behind with nine wickets to
fall.

W.L—ist Innings
Stolimeyer b Cowley 23

Story Of A Famous Team

iy

TOTTENHAM Hotspur, one of
the leading Association football
teams in Britain has been spring-
ing surprises and making records
ever since 1901 when it became
first team in the south of England
to win the Football Association
Cup, hitherto always a prerogative
of northern teams. It struck this
form again in the years 1949—
1951 when it followed a climb to
the top of the Second Division to
the leadership of the First Divis-
ion in two consecutive seasons

In 1882 a youchs who used
to kick a football about on the
Hackney marshes (on the outskirts
of Londen) formed themselves into
a team. Many of them were mem-
bers of the Tottenham cricket
team, a comparatively well-estab-
lished club, and it was from the
members of the cricket club that
they first received encouragement
and financial support In these
early days of pioneer football
when the crossbar was represent-
ed by a piece of tape and a single
football had to last a club
throughout a season, they en-
dured their share of trials and
tribulations. Within 20 years
of their modest but well-founded

ihe





start they were able to place in
the field a team at the Crystal
Palace which attracted 110,820
spectators.

First Game Wiih Arsenal

A year after its formation the
young club was sponsored by the
Young Men’s Christian Associa-
tion and first adopted its now fam-
ous name of Tottenham Hotspur.
Its first incursion into cup foot-
ball, amateur, was made in 1885
when the club beat a business
house team named S.. Albans by
five goals to two. Two years later
Tottenham played its first match
against the Royal Arsenal, the
first of a series of histeric encount-
ers which are now a highlight of
every Briish soccer On
this occasion the match had finally
to be abandoned when the score
was two-one in Tottenham’s favour

season.

because of encroaching darkne

The Spurs decided te become a
professional side in 1895 and such
was its brilliant amateur record
that it was admit.ed to the First
Division and finished in fourth
place of the English league tabl«
for the season 1896-97.

In 1901, amid scenes of wild

enthusiasm, Tottenham brought the
Footbal) Association Cup to Lon-
don for the first time by defeating







Sheffield United, after a replay by
three goals to o1 The team wa
to repeat this feat of winning the
cup exactly 20 year later and
during all those yea no other
club in the sou h of England had
succeeded in wresting the ceveted
trophy from the northern and
Midland team

In 1909 the Spurs undertook its
first overseas tour. In a visit to th

Argentine the club played two ex-

Pos stpone Strike

HAVANA, Jan, 8.
The Restaurant, hotel and
night club Workers’ Union which
claims approximately 10,000 work-
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18th, the Cuba-wide general strike





which it called to enforce its de-
mands for a 30 per cent. wage in-
crease,

The Union’s Nationar Assembly
meeting last night, agreed on. i
“truce” on condition that the
Cabinet issue a decree at the Jan.
17th session, ordering the in-
crease.

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took advantage of the opportunity for
practice in the country match against Tasmania at Laun-
and scored 106 out of the West Indies total

SYDNEY, Jan. 10.

THE

journalists, members of

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Each

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3 : year the Association holds
» Lbow. b Lave 106 lection” t . , a :
R i! ¢ Goodwin b Dispos w , election” to decide the six
E es stp. Alexander b Laver 29 sportsmen who have done most
Guill & b Goodwin 0 during the year to uphold and en-
ye 8 eee : hance Britain’s prestige in the
P. J ¢ Morrisby b Displose 46 realm of international sport. Tur-
Valentine not out ..« 3 pin = scored an emphaic tri-
Fergusson stp. Alexander b Cowley 52 umph; he topped the poll, fol-
Total (for 9 wkts. decid.) 427 lowed by Reg Harri (Cyclist),
bis Roger Bannister (athlete),
i. TASMANIA—tnd Innings f : $ |; Geo ffre y Duke (motor
aoe . | cyclist), Freddie Brown (cricketer)
homa 5 s .
Tevidsor 9 as i ad and Max Faulkner (golfer)—in
ba ea “a that order. It was a variety of
‘ota 0 A 7 :
r 1 ALAN RAE choice that paid ample tribute to

the naffon’s widespread activity in



outdoor pursuits.
Turpin received 246 votes, which
was 25 more than Harris. Other

candidates who received substan-
tial votes were Col. Harry Llewel-
lyn, who leads the British show-
jumping team at the 1952 Olym-

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pic Games; Peter M young
Cambridge and Surrey cricket star;
hibition games against Everton,vision in 1951, Tottenham is this Johnny Leach, ‘world table tennis
algo the guests of the Argen- year all set {o break further re- C®@mpion; McDonald Bailey, who
tine, and five games against c The club Ss already shown looks like being Britain’s chief
Argentine _ sides. Such famous that it has lost none of its last sprint hope, for Helsinki next July;
Argentine clubs as Monte Video, season's brilliance and has hi st Fong, ox, -wiange Gf the Diamond
Rosarto, Alumni, were claimed ‘as }, of bringin ff the Se we Sculls at Henley last summer;
victims and Spurs finished this 4; cat Di = © tol Cee Stirling Moss, most brilliant of the
- Solty sporting and successful the wivtintis of te Cup The. and younger school of racing motorists;
our , , 4 Ww 1g \ sre are , : es ativ
so ReAben peter i tid ecard 4 no fewer than seven international ae te peeneeeee “so
5: ties eet eto = “ in this season’s team. Tottenham Page -DNOE SACO Chew estnet ter mes
to one, Three years later, the club goal-keepe : Jennens, the stroke, or Brian
" as winning matches in’ Brussels, goal- aes bak Bitchbyrn; a mgeks Lloyd, the president.
Mineio “s Phen . aes i 3 ‘ ; alf-backs ‘
did ne eek ee Nicholson and Burgess; out3ide- Great In Defeat
. Seas after this jory Medley, inside left B . I was pretty certain that Ran-
tour for another 13 years when it Of mnie Burge 4 ‘ oo ae , dolph Turpin would head the poll
won each of seven matches played wraiee a; unger has uapresenigg As tt st Bri 2 wit ie
against teats in Swi ; Wales and the rest England s the fitst Briton to win th
g é in Switzerland. It was, in fact, this combination world middleweight championship
Adopted By Guernsey that last season helped to my the Since the faraway days of Bob
The Spurs will always occupy a Spurs the championship of the First Fitzsimmons, young Turpin has
unique place in the affections of Division with one of the n ost Put the United Kingdom right back
the inhabitants of the Channel Is- impressive points totals ‘ Anant on the boxing map. I have heard
lands where the team was a fre- years The final atta ositions Many criticisms of the voting on
juent visitor during the inter-war were : ' “ the groups that Turpin was beaten
in the return match with Sugar
i. Hinyed Won Lost Deswr wie “pnts iat Ray Robinson. I saw Turpin win
‘ottenham Hotspur 42 25 7 10 ; 6 the Title at Earls Court, London,
Hubiiose United ¥ bd ip a 40 56 and I saw him lose it at the Polo
‘ l Goat 53 ) Grounds in New York. My opinion
is that he was just as great in de-
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of all that



was best and shrewd positional play in de- in Engl c
, : ; 1 s é ay i gland next summer. In that
in T nited Kingdom football. fence has blended it into one of case, Turpin may well prove to
; Having advanced to the leader- the most formidable sides to make be Britain’s No. 1 Sportsman of
ship of the Second Division in fits appearance since World War 1952. for I still think he has the
rf.

1950,

to the top of the First Di-

beating of | Sumer

Ray.

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By BILL MC GOWRAN, Sports Editor of the Londom “Evening News’
Randolph Turpin is Britain’s outstanding sportsman of 1951.
That is the considered opinion of a large body of sporting

Britain’s

who recently concluded their annual ballot.

Sport Writers’ Associ-

Harris, of course, deserves hig
position without any question or
quibble. In fact, he can consider

himself unlucky not to be at the
top of the list. In any other Euro-
pean count¥y he would have won
in easy lead. But in Britain the
iverage sports follower does not
get so excited about cycling as his
Continental counterpart—which is
odd, since Britain gave the sport
to the world and still builds many
of the best bicycles. Harris topped
the poll in 1950. In 1951, when he
won the world professional sprint
championship for the third year
in succession (an unparalleled
feat) he dropped to second place.
A curious reversal of public
opinion.

Favourite For Olympic Title

Roger Bannister, No. 3 on the
list, is already the generally-
accepted favourite for the 1952
Olympic 1,500-metre title at Hel-
sinki. This tall, quietly confident
young man who trains himself ac-
cording his own thoughtful
theory, is the world’s best miler

to



Every year the members
of Britain's Sports Writers’
Association hold a bailet to
find the six sportsmen who
have done most during the
year in international sport
to uphold Britain's prestige.
In their latest poll, they have
chosen as Sportsman of the
Year the former world mid-
dleweight boxing champion,
Randolph Turpin.

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IN FIRST innings Gerry Gomez is caught by Langley off Johnstone

ler, Tan Johnson, Ring, Gomes.

Brightening .

By PETER WILSON

THURSDAY, JANUARY 18, 1952

GOMEZ CAUG



for four. Left to right—Langley,
Consolidated Pressphoto.

Cricket |



produce a trial say in the Gen- ne county cricket as we un-
AS we are approaching, at tlemen v. Players, which anyway, derstand it is to survive
breakneck speed, thé time of year i§ an entirely meaningl ge The drop in attendances and
when it’ is deemed right and to-day, if it is not an insult to ‘he owing apathy among the
proper for everyone to make new tradition.” eneral public are signposts which
resclutions, so that an over- I would certainly like to see even the most hidebound “pavilion
whelming odour of reforming is these ideas put forward. Cer- wallah” cannot afford to ignore.

in the air, let me put forward some
suggestions improving cricket

These timely proposals follow- '
ing the strictures made by Colo-
nel R. S. Rait Kerr on the sub-
ect of unimaginative play come
from Nigel Haig, old Middlese>
and England player, who recalls
those put forward by Beverley
Lyon in 1930. They are

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when he beat the two fastest 4.—Each side has three hour
milers in America, he returned 4 batting.
minutes 8.3 seconds. 1 I
Geoff Duke, former Army dis- Brot a Z ae oy rammenes
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cashire, with the schoolboy face SY retin ae ee ae
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proved himself beyond all doubt bowling wide of the stumps, th
One of the greatest road-racing batsmin’s crease would be “tae|
motor-cyclists the sport has ever rowed, a wide counting four in-!
produced. In addition to winning stead of one.
both junior and ‘senior ‘Tourist 7.~The straight boundaries to}
Trophy races in the Isle of Man, he be standardised- to the sam
won both the 350 cc and 500 cc measurements as those at Brad-
world championships in Italy and ford—i.e., well within the capa-|
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aver the Continent, including an- $ Return to the gld Lb.w. rus
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Belgian Grand Prix—and he i
young enough to do it all over Advantages
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Nobody can dispute Freddie this system, according to Nigel]
Brown's greatness as a_ cricket Haig, are as follows: |
captain and Max Faulkner, in 1.—The accent is placed on rate}
bringing the 1951 Open champion- 0f scoring and not, as now, on the)
ship back to Britain achieved the ‘aborious compil of hundreds. |
most outstanding triumph in golf 2.—The bowlers, especially fast}
that has been delivered since the bowlet » would not t Ore et
war less worn out by half-way through!
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Broncos Bea be k we ae own eee con-]
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7 ustangs ment than the best catch tha
Broncos, skippered by M. Edghill oye one an elips Or at allly
defeated Mustangs, kippered by nia i ah Ohne Set eee
Vere Deane by six goals to Tinie = BSP pres he very essence of
in the Polo match at the Garrison — TERR ee
yesterday evening, 1 Finance, A a rule, the
M. Edghill was the outstanding third da) f county games is a
player of the match. He scored Washout, if not i ual logs
hree goals for Broncos, G. Em- Representative games could
lage \wo and E. Deane one, y. Played en tt ame principe ove
Deane sccred the three goals for tree, four or five day
Mustangs, 5.—The really great playei
Throughout the game, Bronc: would be even more outstandin
were leading. In the early part than ever.
Mustang: were unfortunate in 6.—Points against. Not
hot making use of any good op- .
portunities. They tailed es Sate Realistic r
on many occasions while close t Hal Fakes 8 realistic mee ee
the goal. the game as it exis é He
writes: First-class cricket is no
longer a game— it is an industry,
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On.ec II ul, *.ti-i I 1 H—t f.n .#.. ..., m ft I -.cautrvt condition bat •,. i %  • %  Into u*tt lit. I'PM Dial WTB KaCoala Income lax Notice MKIIAMCAI' FJl On* F ... l.iMrr Riotwan tre**.. rfriwimn NOTICE Hl in* rwtt r 11." Ve.tr> !'!• I" • %  '!•. Illh J arv. II.W : si. l.hl .. %  p -in<-. : Form, Of application ran be obte OKI IP* Ve.tl. Cl'i• "AV %  E. C. MOM AM Cler*. *M .c harl • Venn % %  %  %  I %  •.-. t Wtf I l CM.I a. %  a. p. 1 *a •". tO %  %  %  M l1 rl AI I • Mi 1 --ll (Ul 111 %  nau MMHI* -rd iad> wiin t">"< rrl.i.mtt h" po.il-m of trual W loo* ..Mr. ....uaee.old arMl one * %  >.!> iculii man %  • %  mi her home aurrounduuni with admiu--. %  Advocate Co LH. M V TXKOA .r.pat-tad to Md M AiMfalian i*aru (or Trtntdad. Barbainf at llarbadn* about Mann JKh Thu vfH*l ha* anWW dfaira lor chiliad tfd (raaan. aid danaral caico Cjo accrptrd on throMh RUU ol Ladlnf nn traniMpmanl at Tr.mdad lor Biltlih OuUna. Winda-.td and L*, .aid laUnda for (.irtliar parUCulatt apply toITH.MS*. ITHY & Co Ltd TMNIDAD DWI id • -.: %  CAMBM I MACK*.*Will NOTICE — %  *'* III ha irrri.rd h tnr t I IH>O>I on I t-aarkBf tl* llth Januao. •• Applkani. mual ba %  ld*wi. ot thr | M rh of t Mirhaal. wha ar In itraH• t pad nminuti nraa roima of apclKation can b*> VMainad from tha Vaatry Claim "i %  CWrl Tax n| r.tvrN t %  %  on ^t l MV IfMC %  n auv>*sr wtona* -> %  Olvrnpla Poilafcla 'n MISCEIXANKOUS KNCMY DTNTVIlt FIXAT1VF . ,p.T,a "I (aUr truth n i fl 1 jiar tin KnlM> 1 I I NOTICE rmM i IMI landidataa havlni brvn li>* Vmn "I It Andrr*. I harrb' darUra m. Intantlor to tak* •,*•** %  tha Vlr% BdKMI M Ain... on HunU> „r.t Januar> I4lh coirunr.^lnd t-rtWMtl of • and t ••ckWB m twa Tiirnlnar and rloMnd • P 1 "" "" alactlon M 10 VnUTntn. WILLIAM U It* Tr ad i '< %  COTTl I UN Mis jaoa at 1 pn. HARRINGTON SBALY %  iiraat l I W: %  i Ba>la> TYPI-JT -1 %  tavaj aai .n to FTTXrATltlcK f.MAIIAU A CO IIAIU'I^YS HANK l!l "'. Ill ll fit LuM-. *t Via.. ^r,d Aiuh-i Data t ..oliflad B.W.I. SCHOONER OWNIRS ASBOC. INC. TfldM7. Canadian INalional Steamships %  %  A.NTA CUARA" o" aaa St La-rranca \ipl> to Mr Ta.*Mf t 1 M— iivrn that at Ih %  retain* Bt i'-' •>( ilia rircttc.o l mamtaai. io tai%r m MM Vr-ltt of the Parvh of S> " '*i Ha of Jan%  S' Miilip iu* fcimm *rr duly d< %  larrd rkctad \|s I. Mi Darrall Rualatcr Li*k> Brathwan 1 Ml Darrrll DaCoata Garnai I Mi 1 .I-I I % %  OraaaddWa 1. Mr Thomai Duntan H Mr Arlhor Torrrnca Hhaata < 7 Mr Radinald Bruia •.k—lr I Mr Howard l-<" • Mr OoutboiilnAlonf* *rl--, 10 Mr RavnaM III CUlr WaaHaB A MOORE. 1MHSOMI UNDER THE IVORY HAMMER wr. i Ait-ra ^ Uin it" ..li U raa and itaiy Oarair Dial I HEAP houaahaAd anirlaa. .mall ..M.1MUM blind £..M>lln# tonlain. ,1 irnn* p-turaa. lamp iha0>d r >rarv< • %  n '""" OHAIB I'AKFJI If < NOTICE rvvi-ii < 'i UOBOI At an fir. lien "I (nr I Pariah ol SI Umnr held on J iiUurff %  •. idaU liner th.n Mr. OaoraH nl tha rai.dt.l-tr. I... IL' Tb %  h.lrnllon lo withdtJ* %  1-t.iwh o( St fjaarta lur tha roor ltd K TAKE NOTICE PROGAS tl I Ill' '1 .,.. i,i On 1 1 . M i.l u | |ar> in HO.II %  rnvfS—Primu*. Slov i liar rum >>ra paila al-a>. In laldvara .md |iirla> .1 Tudor MraaU P ltarn*. Olaa %  vim Can-. n:Ai>rits NYlXtt STOCKINO-FM,i, lid ity luaranlaad Ion* laanm .odrrn diadaa k *• only II I ^i it ir.-> Kinr-Ai.ANl ^a Bwan lUUhan A|.pl> | i. Hi. aitd lar*.r. %  %  V I,. NOTICE \|lll ..I -I I I r |fOTTC that a* .. •row paraona to aarvd Id %  VadU) I r UM I NOTH t ; %  NOTICE i --in or "i i**di I hafarx lva Hollra that aa U par.on* i .1.. i-. it. Jama* i" i r. i wui i. -i ion 511 J-' liy, 111 BtnrWII II l I Thoroa. W U to ttia lx imi i ii; LICENSE NOTICE Thr appliratton of Qrannum ft I Liquor Mean** ., -.11 bulldinl •id Bridat miaal ••I in .f J-I Pat'rd ml. Hh day o in f. it CRjrrmi. %  ,J Idaa MafUtrala. CM vjori IUM CO par j .in b* --H i llll'-l Ml salb %  all. Arrl.r. talk. BMBEM Baalaa Bar bad.. Baa bad a. 1_*DY RODNEY" M Dart 11 Dacr. .1 ) %  1A1IV NFJ-SON12 J.n> 14 Jany. :-i Ml CANADIAN 1 RUUDI -II Janv I.l F.-b> u rotn %  n .' %  !> %  it r>h>. | M.. 1 II Htr. n (-ANADI/.N CatUUBS) 1* March %  i Han %  34 M.f.h SOKlHnul Ml A.rl.r. Mh Arrl.r. Arrl.ta Arrlraa %  arbada Bar bad%  nidi tl. % %  !". H.Hfi. %  CAN CHL1SBR" Jan* T Ja... 14 Janv 11 Jany. LADY HUDMV ..n JMI El Jan. I l.t.' 1 Marrh %  |-\V N'FXOON" C.VN f-KLlSCK. 1.1 %  > Frb> i rk?. U F-b> 3d Faov 1ADV H<)IlNF^ %  Marr %  M ... %  March 31 M-n-h a Marr 7* Man1 April 4 April 4 Apri 7 April 14 April GARDINER AUSTIN & CO LTD.— AgenU. TAKE NOTICE y^Mcoa,s** !" ^C<>. Ml. tct BTBAMEB . VH KS COVOH Jtvitur %  1 NOTICE I .11 M (II HI PI. lit I II.MFHV ... %  %  I .....ilinrd tn vMa at UM I btfl ..I Ilia Vratu MM BM Ptl lh Ifirr lha '. RtAft api-.mt.Hl tt.r I II. -HI, Rp.idhUt.mii >• in. i .•" . ,.: MM ma) rrtdtl on M> Bh IU13. tirl.-rri lh* of t t.m and 4 p in. lo a Ire I Irri Mr fu aafvr (Hr PI.M.II ol fM. J-rlr. I Vratrv for lh# TAKE NOTICE Official Notice i i i. ... tbr ..bnvr action rnaata o.. tbllh d ...i . ndatr n hi %  %  PAM1 .' %  • .i B Hi %  %  %  . i %  %  iiUtdl %  %  %  • 1 >. INI %  %  or any IMm %  . %  .... II %  Hull pi" %  %  I %  hour* III IJ K> witnta ,r Fftda. BBBtttn I n'cUtaX Don. at llir fMBW tl lr Brtdjjtlrnvn b**orr %  TAKK NOTICE p.rUi ll i. drd %  .: %  %  •: %  ..i ibt — nrtved of all claim i-.l tbJi Ihr Wc.li'r**l.i r|l, d-> Ol MlllVll l**l. .1 1 OCb-l. %  ^^^Bt'tf-n-nT-P"^ %  .. .. ,i mi. TIL in TALMA. ul Apprai. W 1.BB-4B i.i. HUB" NOTICE HRI.II Of U PI lit I HIIIII''. ,.1.1 •-' 'Tl, l • • ltd i %  %  %  iTi.arv pM i*r.i HINIV• I M In NOTICE in %  in.i ni am nan < i.. prnon. lo irprrH-.. 1 lui <>K UCENSE NOTICE rplMallon nf Alma Grufllh. Bhd*>%  adrlta, Man . | .1 . traai. Cily T) ,. i inn *!' IEKVICal %  i i i" tail on ftr at bottom At LKHJOfl LICENSE NOTICE H n.i**i TAKE NOTICE iioiMdir TiMi.il %  %  > % %  i %  : %  • PLANTATIONS BI'ILDING. I.OUKR BROAD STREET PasM-nirr S.ln AxrnU for: Triis-<4iiatla Airllnrs, B.O.A.C. and B W I A. ALCOA STEAMSHIP OMPANY l>lr phonr N*. 4160 Ptl I i will hold IhMtn mi ii" i. lh.I4.li day ..I ' ED ttt addraM In U" ud. haa applH-l lur Ihr rttbH A i Hctl-lar i %  %  1'. HERKnY OIVEN th-t it l. thr inln t on .if IIH> Vrairu of lhPiiUhea •taint iir..ir Saint Ihiiip. Chr. I. fhuirh. Ilalnl J' .i -. I %  ...... %  .... ..I thr CSrik „l Hi. i I the i .. %  i I %  i %  %  %  11 rf II %  I %  I I M-IBOfi KMaj.. Dttl M MAYMtK. i... Ai.pi..i N B Tt.i* Jppli. .lion will be .. .i Ih-t.Hi iti.k BtBlMlMi • ib %  ...!,. Knalai.J 1 %  ir*"l II .l.,i .,( .1 I. It, %  %  inrdi-i t • arllclr. TAKE NOTICE SPLENDOR U1KKRN %  CMopanv or(aiii*.. I under Ihe law* r.l tbr -i, I Ittlttl 1M. The Nrtbrrlandt. ha. ippli, .!• ll !%||M|, urt thla Tib da CArUUMOTOII A ~I Al \ ^oi .ii.. TAK E NOTI CE FORTRIS lamp.. dBtfi.itht •>;rr> -vupaiir lamp*, uidlum rot) lamp*, luntint niamanli.. f. irnm-lor. Iiftn tidr. S .tai.nu> *i t i IvelJ deal i thr tkCtrM "*Mln field I %  — %  BtMtl I..." ", .1... Ml J.II n 4 tw.i fifth, prrrhea or i i. and bouiidint o>i 111 plantation on InndW t. plantation on land* of v. %  .1, of Jtmea n land, ul one Ml* Wood rUe the tnm* may abul an.i i i men ...Id thr uM 1 br t up l.v aa Fildrt' 4> %  i and sludifi. Si I.i Si CetOnutl't Avcnutv 4.1 V*-*-''.**:: -V---'-',*-*-'. ','.*. •to mat m> oftlce 1 uch rtdtltl •n be aaen on apptWalu Mh day of [> %  II.Wll.l. t'ANB Ull.l-S We have, thm in slock F.MIMHIII M 6t Tudor Streets T'ui I'll KINGTilN TIHOTII IVIIIII , ,.. .,... ,',.1 i.r IfrBi "I artel Mrit.i i in J M .1 .lam. ,-U.. J ,r -l m ..1*1. r .,| ntattyttkH Thr Irt ii appllr.tion at Ml Dttad IM nn. .i. ml, itav r-f Januar perton •hall in Hi U.e In duplicate I ,f iii-iii ot auc "CACKVBVNK HOTEL OWll. h ,n Cr Slnclr tn. IrOMblr RooBw. I v. ilh or iillliwul private lullrt Shtmrr) I otEnlni iiHwen. RABAMK HOTEL" tl immedialoly nn thf IVIRC of the niagnilicenl Worthing: Bay. TP!. H14K A "fill I I... .%  B-H UAtU TAKE NOTICE ABRAC Tb.il IRtAKF. KOUUtT* COV I 'AJfY IJMrTTT'. a Brtti.h Cnmpanv inrta addreaa |. tH '..rpenlrr. Road. St-aKord London. Em•nd. hat applied for ihe retnlrallon ol a \ Part A of Retl.lrr M .pact of .r, %  How's Your Cooling System ? We II Check Your Radiator and Pump Phomi I IU.HI I whf, ,..,,;. ulT.e of oppoaltl The trade mar i M I'ltrnllenta in cat lor beveuie.. | oil*, and will hr 1 *aiiir after one d.v of Januan.. l.>n .1-11 In IIin diiDl-ral* to mr n ! each reft.II WUa-AMS i BRITISH I RHOTlti:I IMITEI). a rompan* Inr-oipoaaled nnd of Greai Britain, wh*".Ira •a add rela Tt: m> Han 11.ink Binldliit. Water llrcrt. l.ivnpoil I rft j_ Count > of LanrtMrr. En#la I aiiiifailiiieti haa appl."l rrti.tration of a Irada niatk in Part M Heaitaler In reapeet of ft,' •IruclH-ial ffl..i tenrralO. i. rlate tlaad. ahe*t tlaaa. rolled EBW t.lhrdral fl.a and urnaineiital tUaa. .. ilirlr* of l, %  nil ItTt HA and win tfar %  St IOII, du ,.f I %  ilc— wn-. r>rn .hall i.i U •> % %  • I ml ul*. I '-I I |' %  %  The Uadr mark Can be rreI'plualKm -I ni office tb dav of Hecembrr Itfi ( A MODERN BATH ROOM I It a ntcciilti and with an... . . ALL-WHITE PORCE0 LAIN GEYSER a warm or J hot balh Is obtainable in a J iu.it:, %  uf minuws MORNi> ING. NOON, or NIGHT J See thrni I I lioot.' mif ru-ilu|( from our O 1 I it i Ft KITT .'. (MI-MAN 1 IMITEI. ,n<~irtde. or buaina-aa ad.v. %  era. ha* applied i i ,.-M".t of phtrmaeentkfal an" wdlcmal pi-pa.-lion. and will tied it Me %  the UM ,1 m nine* of oppoaiti I Il.t da ii %  tall lV*rmlier. Itll i, wiu .vii T.lr Mark. Tor radiant $hine ? 4r ERGOUGNAN TYRES Dependable Performance — their recommem' ^V NEW TYPE' HEAVY IlUTY GIANT. Wider tread patten >f unparalleled tlepih. A mileage ; i t all type? >.f lervlee under very nperaung condition. SILENT SAFETY" CAR TYRE Unexcelled oli*h PLANTATIONS LTD. OfFlCE 4493 WCRKSHCT PARIS DEPI 4673 NIGHT 4135



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TtllRSU.W, JANUAB1 1". KM BAKBADOS ADVUCATI'. riot THKI.I: $10,000 For Fishing Boat Engines Moilvtnising Tltv Industry .( %  a from the Junior Member for Ihc City. M A E. S. I-ewis, and the Senior Member (Of Christ i C E. Talma, when the House were debating a Resolution for $10,000 to add to loans for the rehabilitation i t the Fishing Industry on Tussday, draw trow UM I i.inuik, that, "Man %  <• upporl tinCkwenunenl should take the iri.uhlc to I,mi out whether Government has -i pottt trtleular thing and not suggest that than policy." and, "I ha? ret] to eaten %  The Resolution was eventually gest that this committee shoul 1 paaOSd. The S1U.0OO is. to enable be %  -ludc about six three boat own* %  %  n BshentMO from the i their boats. din> rent gaJung villages. The Addendum to the lUsolo%  three can come from Christ dew of 'h.> Church, ens from Silver gentlr. net .i r. i locn ., ing UM on, proSi l_.rcnce. iiused to increase by $10,000 UM Mr. A. E. %, l.ewt(L> paid • %  .i thai M would suggest that if thby iti' Plsherfcw AdvisorscomHOBouraba nggesti"" ;p there BfeOUl lansssd number nf fashing fisherman from ttM roat ... i. %  i"i tun t ,.|Ml .ll-lm u Mwillt) Prepared Speeches, the request that might be e\rron •• certain qua Adams referred to speeches ot going to be S10.000 It seemwime ml had Spoken th;! %  man who could invest ow >n the previous Resolution to help $10,000 was He asM that lh< later tl %  cans in with Committal • %  k sad lei 11. %  %  tier what G • rnmenl % % % %  ollcy on which tl they just went on with tneir going u> make these loam," he tfendlni H .cas for a some people.* 1 Are you encouragloan not exceeding M who have %  pi of the vahie of tho boats. of mone) te pel oul Ostui TI.I \ %  ad i' % % %  i I %  it ihos t ad pi nreveul aah areai going '" %  srinen? Mr I I Vllllrr (LI had to be proe and thej *houid look tor Inltnt helping the flaTas bettei I [H MM rtton wei whethe boats. not Ihe typo of craft being suit What would you do if—? OM lh. it'ould von — li Oa M late lax ssrkv Mti .nil, MLII .in %  ill It) I.Tt i% %  •.._)> I hr.l nth .it I.. .Lik .. .>,, ,ik mlus ream .< I iBsass lbs liinlioo In voar r*>tri %  ppo >uii dm f nor .1 if pOt | A| IHr|ilw*tr .ill eases hss*.. all. inquif .i hr ..i QUf-St. CN 3 QUlSI.Ofi QUESTION I%I atae <• i .,i... | H i ..... i II i* a el .n :i .ir rinh %  i n..ii,iii{ %  ||l.lflM' J \,. ,1 £• i'll "• h*\r hr.ll aaUl i — i> tit.hl%  %  H g> rn i .it... %  %  i %  tnng uavo in % % % %  InaustJ %  i itune, he .>. II | %  > 'pun CM ire i^ se i shouid %  .,ri>; %  mertoy lb act iiuir BUteaiall cneapcr. 1 Mr. Taleaa ID s.od mat when .. that the three to profit, Qovernanent should utal Dovenunenl heel "investigatui In the same W*j U %  I %  • ;( lt'iw am KISI,,,%  "" u.s. Has $2... To S,M..I 'tS";:;'""' On Libyan Nation Expand H ing* ll> MK IIAll J. (INKII.I. WASHINGTON TinUnlMd Sut will tpad mor. than B.OOO.OKI on the uncertain futura "I lha worid nawaal an nation It is Libya, the one time Roman Provinc*, Mia 1;i of barbarv pnatcs, and former Italia,) i-olonj 1" the denert battle, ot Word War II Tlmv On Onl' Talks IIHIO .liin.i ellminan ** %  """ ul i""i"" 1 int: in Dsh, i.ut who dM not I Mr. Miller (L> said that tho a a good N lh Aim an band of ^overly. attOeat, and ignorance it has a populauon I (i-uHiio mosUj Arabs. On rhn-lmM %  < %  UM tir't nation born under IBM nasata) in,, i ive ever bejun J ; U i life with araver handicaps. Some rtl|1 ,,., v ,. ^.^ exi^rU here doubted that even the ,, y pt im ,,„ WBBh lii4tlori I-. '""' Jhe t s. LMtaln si) \ n., , ,.,. .. France, could make a mrcefuful (hlnn Juin %  i moi" in, I of neither Britain in the Ai n\. y 11th. %  Some hshermen had seen by gSS t Sd would ... %  . pe of boaU Mr. O. T. Alldkr III said tli.il ana ha aetsinnaant people were alway* •erambUna on %  i .eaches for hah whei %  ",. %  % %  >, ,..,,,,,. %  latins helping Ihem. Tl [ %  ""d --p-id to .are nniv too Kia"' %  e..uid no' Tht ,^ sannj T to go and mat than $MOI'IO ror l% ''* jas easy for them to to irv the new type c.f txiat. the extension of the Ashing Indus*.",""' l r ;,l "' l ,hl1 "">' Ul '' '< %  ' '• % %  Thensre Ihrea penoi ho try. done, i 10 cause tt sponsored Llbys I %  : '-" Hrtlaln and rrarnv for historical .e are ask inn U '""I ""ding fishing and .strategic reason*, ami the U B this sio.niHi to help i '•• herroen Because It ha embarked on a pelBlno 1 heard tl 'herI iw Applied y of helping improve baekw A as another Bsherman who Btlaal Replying, Mi (Uams said thai i ip with i i uiul ir request lie mi i Id, by we! sd noQovenuneni and i ,>r sntli Ipi ling om i .ut .i policy or not. ErVT 22 Srl r'"' ^•.Se p h lSd!*!l5 J£. tt 3 .Mr. .. l> Mnui*-> it.) ield %  10 ki vVASUlMiloN. Jjn ; llo.l S Vnndelibe ti %  < Bteies An ciiief o stair, exprei sod conadi %  i | anotlv '* : %  Var, b> \ %  | %  %  Ltsh the prudenl oleifolopeaeni ir military strength—a sUeng,' well wiiinii out national capadt) He said ib.it US unlit... b.iuiu ael schlevs world wtd in the air, da %  •r awn A,-, and reaourci •. the Bows rating t" the sflort %  tb.il li.i .tj wnikiii the irnnwdl I i tun r P. HORNIMAN'S TEA fj if ib.,. !i. t In. imi'-tiGJi.„" went ciut and had did not leave %  i Bah f deirtl eording to %  %  %  i'.|. i got roi Mr i; 'l.i.i • l.i %  hllll He %  : 1 wanted la % %  hen the Bddenduni ed nun Mr W. A. f'rawforri • that ihes vert faced In the H For o numb %  U anal lances and wo hi to '.. %  %  l.lt is a i headed by King Idrls. i. be.id of Ihe S i most '{,.'„„" t By s. n, PMIS^I powerful ni ROMI Ian, [ ng loll on Ihe it-Han sl,lrr ,l "" ""' hifi %  aollUcal froi i in Ineyitabla si d u .ill p I .-%  %  i v 1.1, thwork. K. rwel Buirnl i i ilki %  O.I i „ [jfftJnS of tho ,rom "* p"'"'' I prim ntry g to the poUj (, v ItlVO pe..|,i IFWS MrMfiNSTRaVTE Ihelr twleo postponed "oeol ad'-'• JrAtN^TW(ViM\U\ %  live sleetlona. 'he niE Thre* .-:ii % %  .' AviAlriol W. (ir.rtlTiArv r rha Communists are hard ' 10.000.000 in 19S2 to finance laWJSAI EM the South. Hut the eti -r UbyaVi Government i provide iiund eIM political q i technjelai nt, ihiouah polio i %  .it b en the C nv .m to inalu* a atari I i ng i md hurled tea mum oa h well :h nomic and educat.m .1 ilnndarri 1 %  v '1 % %  "t ..... *, 'si 1 will do in ho lt.ili.ins t.ranl Briiat. srtdcti bberated, and .dnum. 1 — #£ "?* State 1961 • i results In *lmb botl ' 1 Bnd c 2* n . *L '".. Commu""-'" battlei <.i wrid w urning ovei KOOOJ100 to the OovComm %  i * %  % %  %  i % %  I I ClalletS lost numerous important ha gfeed to underwt.-1951 balloting. OeflCltS tnirear But returns also indicated thai France. *.hich liberated and ocing Christian Demmratic cupied the State of F-. Party %  UsTarOd BOnW toaa of popglVtai Government $90941 ppoii not to benefit ut t ' rnunlsta, bul to Ihe Liberals and British funds will he for u>.e band tie The pr.neuii. pi .,„, „,,. £ | the new Government. •"•-—%  I ol Th „„ _,.., „-„,. tl M0 000 lumuch monc) in the General r-sti„„.i. ,,,,,„.,,„„, r ntr*. ; .. rtirme U.K. will sena SI.JUU.UUU n< cation : -.tl Of the > |vi Con %  %  • "lei u %  i : .1 if M %  %  %  %  %  %  IM nwlon .ii I rriii'luiian W Hills Move IvtoaWiy l<> i ii-iii GatvUsta PARIS, Jan H %  Benaun, Patsij Ds Sport f.e worki 1 Kid Oavl %  praties amuld r %  I lal UM lieoebioaii liven im percentage of ihe .i i Hi 1 %  %  i f .1 the tight. March 20. .-. %  .v MI Madison poop* %  give Humes sa bigs percentage riored uenaim said A Aghl organised 099 ueopli %  I'-ii n. -i %  r iii mi: in a lot ot B Ifer I Humes %  %  -. I ml tin f .ilthoiigb 'ill iliMUK'ing ,i possible greemenl with Lew Bui Ion v id* %  i %  i Ither fin tin | Y'.tl. Bl iv time but en BANDY AMERICAN TOOLS You should New i Hotel uilhotil . sot KIT si is OPEN END SPANNERS BOX and OPEN i Mi SP w.i.lts SIM KI.IS Iron, -| in I TOBQITE WRENCHES — lt\T( III T II VNDLI S I XII NSIONS SIM 1 |) lilt M I s WALDI N Wltl M Ills St KI U IHII\ I US— i I. I" And I.AKI.I Sit TION IOOI S %  Maaa cooimittae WTM thai Ihrei peoi *•! their boats and Government could these bo.. knd helu thetn and Wdttn i,„. .ible cold storwe f acUHtes w,,. ,„„, ,„„,..,, of hlJ| „. not be enough to accommodate hfrtd m |0 wno shoul(1 ,„ the catch ;i o.l ; great deal |1( kpi lim nl I •'I think we %houl,i co.isldet the liI( a dv m of the iimounl nf cold %  tonga available i Of extens Her, Ourlon had >'i I %  i the i nedinte future. Mr. O I' Talma (LI Wrsttbei Se .vm, on reflection could .... the eatabluhed principle of ,„.„„ ,„.,, (f U) h ((1 M %  %  %  • ring to the principle involved m ou ,„ mmkr moiirv oul of the the addendum Was the assist, t n j nit n dustrv and who might sing given m hot owner; sut;(J i ant hohermi who might employ hshcrii:.v money?' he .. I ishermeii on Committee They had the Fishing Bill to • He said that there should DS SB pre*, lous year and %  ilsherman ion of the Fishing Advisorv v .-. ,U',ned ^s MM WOO m.itlc InCommltlee whereby SStperi sne living from fishing, rxperlanced fishermen would bo Mr. Talma (L) had (sts included us members. Thai comonly askHe had „r e .t.iiio be afforded to be used p^ and [ ••.. •"•'* "' economic and mdustr Law, under 'urveys, and to provide lechmeia which the Christian Democreu '".** %  *• allied thamae l v ea with the right The US. will and RepubUeaa ""> her Point Fuur technical am Thug, • .,... %  %  .>n.l l-rar 9900.WM> of nisis and left-wing Socialist, Hie cost of the l VN Pragl polled as many or even more U.S. funds will be spent undei B 1941, ., .el:* iiance < %  steal them The theory behind the Pot ll ir• the South, the iitaiatlQii tor Prrsffreraine ng nations are bulwsrs aggraeeted by the tad thet rlgl Communism. and Conservailveii Parties u no'her reason f d to Lib; irad.ti.-u.ll, itrong -here iUiiu v IIW ^ Egy|rt pend 11,199 %  I'lelni, mils. Derno. rtrat %  -. nh w*^t Oerraany i r Wrorkers Sv\ lj|i SlrSkr (uMiiiilillrr (tin iGO %  i in He Unmn % %  up I I ash %  %  %  %  Ai'i in %  %  %  %  % %  %  %  ffer madi %  mitiee. constituted as it was, not"stated that there had been any This j n n 1B Admirable as the Reulutlon Krvcr, DndlCt Ut MOnai^tt ". !" S*^31,**!,,"Sffif h£ monopoly. With .the.paaUng of and Ihc. M S I. win j ^tron,,1^',", ,h lt^ turli'n ".. —ll.r. war.— vr. I .'.shlng bul who did ni' AOmiraDitas me nesoiuuoi. MTI-VC. umwn o.-i %  .— ,„-;-,}„ "„i;ri.lp lr' strlkM be., lhelementary • monopoly With Ihe pacing of and Ihc MSI. wHI prove itrong|K.ml for poMlble air rU m The If-solution. he firmly believed eat in boulnorii Dalloting.. "Thai being so' he said. "I *uglhal I aid approach Every spoonful gives you more and more energy and fitness! •Vr• £-i'f ipeonfial o* • Ktpter gi.t, ou %  rkh (iVplfi of viumini A srd D • Th-st.-r-mtot >r. .uiurt'iwonderworaan ..Will rteSk* -inl Irttdon. from iilnau. • Mtn. women, (ruldrtnall ihould itart HkiH| tail, %  K*pi*r' (D-tfdV KEPLER COD LIVES OH WITH MAO (XTRACT ''_v_".', ''' F H •'"' EI icon i %  co roo.''' ~* %  BM -'-Ifi'i'l . Ca a l-a'lr4.MS-aja4 tCM* WHITE HORSE Scotch Whisky The purpose of signs '* to ,f without words. This white horse svmnolisevV.itih al its \cr\ lincst; whinky distilled, Mended and matured hy taseaiaMp in the traditional ways thai the>. and Ogslj they, know 90 l*BgL SmU iHfU.h,.,,', lltWK ll MIMMHUM. Ill) Give yourself strength with da. 7 BOVRIL Coup...!. %  hraf \s ua I,I'heajiW, :.r. %  When there i %  10b to be done or s game 10 be plsycd—a cup ol Bovril n the very best ut drinks. It* rich beefy tlavour sends a welcome glow through you ; Its beefy goodness puti new lite into fag. 'there** nothing like Boeifl H build you up and ivtaifl >"0U. BOVRIL HEALTH IN EVERY BOTTLE II Mill M0OS 1U-1H* COTTON FACTORY E.TB



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TIUKSI1AV I \S| \KY I" IT,_> BARBADOS ADVOC \TI: ivvr.r SEVEN* HCNP V BY CARL ANDERSON FLINT OF THE FLYING SQUAD .... BY ALAN STRANKS & GEORGE DAVIES BLONDIE BY CHIC YOUNG Tii: %  DEA C* .IV LET' %  %  I . -I ^£~ THE LONE RANGER i I • vw BY FRANK STRIKER '.— JOHNNY HAZARD BY FRANK ROBBINS FOR QUALITY & FLAVOUR STANDS SUPREME PILES can be Cured There art thousand* of men and wann who suffer awful agony 1 day and nigt.l because of pile tronble, who no not know that every chemist stocks a spec uU remedy that does most surely and quickly banish the misery of thu wrrt. hed trouble. Mahe a confidant of your chrmi*t. A'k him about Man Zan Pile Remedy. 11a will tell sou this is no ordinary uinlliwai, hat a soothing:, healing. strcnKtheniBg halm Uiat at onte stops the uitei %  anon and clears away internal, estrrnal, ame or bleeding piles. The unique tube in which Man Zan is •old makes tin* preparation so easy and clean to use. The big sue supply, with special applicator, is usually % % %  ftaw t* dear away the most difficult case. Remember the name of this ipecml remedy 'or pile Uoiible ManZan PILE REMEDY & KI-DAVS NIWS run I Barrelled Shot FOR JOB-PRINTIM; CALL AdviKalf 2620 IT PAYS YOU TO DEAL HERE SPECIAL offers to all Cash and Credit Customers for Thursday to Saturday only M'Mi.tl. OIFFIIN nrr % %  miiilnlilr • nr llrjmrlM- Tnrt-aKiali-. S|i. iylilsioi. ii mill Swan >n • %  I Unially NOW Usually Now SMEDLEYS PEAS. (Tin.) 49 IS Pk gs. P. FREAN BISCUITS Mi EVAP. MILK. (T.ns) 29 31 FRY'S COCOA (Tins) .50 U BACON. (Per lb.) 120 IOO FRONTENAC BEER, (Bots) 26 33 D. V. SCOTT & Co. Ltd. Broad Street NWIII Magazines you '11 like. <.it/>ifs on Salt' — Subscription token BRITANNIA & EVE BtiANO COMIC:, B1JUHTY CHAMPION CHICK'S OWN. CHURCH OF ENGLAND NEWS. COMIC CUTS COUNTRY LIFE DAILY MIRROR DAILY EXPRESS DANDY EVERYBODY'S WEEKLY GOOD HOUSE KEEPING OLAMOUR. HARPER'S HEALTH & STRENGTH HOME NOTES IDEAL HOMES ILLUSTRATED ILLUSTRATED LON DON NEWS JOHN 0 LONDON LUCKY STAR MANCHESTER GUARDIAN naWB ox xtut WOIILIJ 1M.W aj.ATr.SMAn AMD NATION. MICKEY MOUSE .. A 1 UKl.Vi' OBSERVER PICTURE GOER PICTURE POST PUNCH HEADERS DIGEST ULVER STAR SPHERE SUNDAY EXPRESS TIMES WEEKLY TRUE ROMANCE TIT BITS VOGUE WIFE AND HOME WIZARD COMICS WOMAN. WOMAN'S OWN WOMAN AND HOME WOMAN'S PICTORIAL WOMAN AND BEAUTY WORLD SPORTS YACHTTNO WORLD ADVOCATE STATIONERY 34 BROAD STREET



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PAGE TWO BARBADOS ADVOf \TR TIII:RSI>AY. JAN1 \I:V it, i:,2 H I I ... IVvwiafeke d ft.narsl Hit from 8lh !.. '4th FebruFor Colonial Office THI !" S K I M i, i .1 ran* %  %  %  %  April, 15U. Canadian Senator S : IMBER1 of CMlMl %  > I .ccompanied by hi.* wile and daughter Loss Bsra In bran morning by l" i A to spend apin> wemb w of Parliament %  %  > t'.ti • was for nan) fun .1 c HUM" '"i".' t., -t.i IWrtnlo Qiao* BOH UM OUb. -nal Mall. Not on Board T wo of OerauVa/s i Canada %  I visit lo Barbewiule Dit-y are noil %  I IBM. IC iribbean ( aiaatta mas but he was not or. i • Qnhib Calling M Mr One of the Ten rROMAI B DAVIS Eighth Visit M i; A I v.y>: ( %  i %  New d by Mrs.. :. tha ('•rwnia OB Ha told Carib thai it waa bat i %  ( •ronla and his IKili cnuM for GO days or longer. I eighth tiip til Bajfbadoi whara ha was always happy to i< spend an houi M taro with 'he natives whom he had always I peaceful Friends A the paaaani %  %  < araala which called hare i Ihc Rt, ii t M II d I Savryei i %  i i Kin Pannsylvanla. He was ... Bishop Sawyci arho ctaa visited evera last hero In IMS. Back to Trinidad M R. L. CLYDE COZIER who bean ajiaudlaa tha itldays with Ms tn Trinidad "i> morning bj B.W.I A. i IED I novel I.-lib training College Graduate M F( ALFRKIi | BOl of Mr. and M | I Car l bbaafl rralnlnj ( oik %  %  • and Publiabu Me will art) thai . Ief.el.ei Barbados cart; in isu wTli also be fan • baraa of the musk In the a>angaUetk %  Mr was lUM a member of the Cofnbarmere a> bool 01* ciui. • ittandad iwfore gDlng lO f'l lliid.id. Me spent live years at the Caribbean Training C o lla ge stances, Trinidad, and graduated in December 1951 as a Technical Course C l UM Barbados Starr of | i Wireless (West Indli ii recently sal an Examination with .. view to qualifying fur a course III the leohnlcel Haa >f the ComSI c i.. 'Sunny" Oilkes and N. W Smith i oUi produced %  art of very credrul have boon for tha 1852 course. ii Is hot win SJ it I.N CulumMr HI April and are Ukabj tn uaway tron I for about tWOni) months. Tile Ural part ol their tunning will be given IB London, i>ut for the i' UOB HIIV a ill gD to Iha Company*. Real k ntk i Braool .II Cornwall. BM tan .,. on the l( M s < aronla. kl that she had UK WI but this %  %  led around i %  ..nd had made six the t sreaaa aa m ihe I Auton.obile Bible P \SMM. through Barbados yckterday on the It MS -ranla was Mrs. George r. Slocum. President and the Bible tl0 Industry. id that UM lutrsmouve .... pubtlcaUon with 4 4b)KK) which is ,,,„,,.,., \f,.,uving flight between Van-.penning two months' holiday i.> couver and Seattle. A year latl BarbadkM hfe arrived hara over the he Hew "he first T.CA. "plane in l from St. Lucia and has regul.it inr mail service between s VtBCanl since he Winnipeg and Vancouver. In 1940 ktfl BHUah Guiana. ho *•* mawn ...... w AUantlc OperaUo.. Uurmg his holiday here he is McGregor *as oparatlonaj )urts%  tajrng at a house in Worthing diction over all of TCA's View. ovaneai T ateei which extend to Engaged 'he United K Bermuda T illanga—leal is announced *" ld lo 'he Caribbean area in London of Mr. F. G. i Smith, second son of Mr. C 0. Smith. Headmaster of S'. •.:. %  S-i.,-.| St. Andrru to Mlas Lois E. DOUglaa, Orde daughter of the late Dr. R. Douglas and Mm. M. Douglas of Kingston. In has just passed hi liar Finals and will be called t the Bar on February 5. 1952. Mis Douglas is n Medical student a Aberdeen University. Scotland. Photographer S EEM taking .• number of pic< i at the Bagitage Warehouse yesterday was Mr. C. G. i \i-su ell (iilh lal IViotographer -.f the H.MS Carasua A native of Gloucestershire, he was foniii'iiv i f'-...iiii.ptaotoitrapher umki-.t for a number of papers in Sussex for the past ii before rintng the Coronla about a month ago. Hollywood RoundHOLLYWOOD. Jan. 8. %  ii chiefs • hind the scenes bat-It %  interests to brtnj ( rely into %  %  have won ilia far. With the exception *.f major l>oxing events televi'a rcurt to select %  vie theatres all othei or atti actions have been sent llMIlk rooms eountrvwi.le d R eks. Theatre bosse s are yet to lau .i ins-scale determined bid 'lese attractions away f Cl annels Of tcl.-. < %  rnt instance is the annual Ros< Bowl Football classic held at Pas. miens. Los Angeles suburbs. A %  .Mich was t. be televised across the Uniteo Stjtes by the National Broadtporallon. was ered by theatre interests withi i fight. Not since Loc i:roup, has New York I tele Sugar Ray Rohi Itandolph Turpin middlewemh'. championship bout, has any the:t-1 tre group lieen able exclusive!' to telecast such an event ni vfj ual consumption of cinema pat-, rons. FURNISH \<>\\ sad sv\ E ',-,*,•--.--.',-,',',-.--'.--'.*---'.'-'---' Rt member to send y friend* Overseas a Copy of the BARBADOS ANNUAL REVIEW COPY ^ At Advocate Stationery. Rohrrt* SUtton"* *" I u.aUierhead'. Drac Store %  scjpped television mogul. Ratee with cxciudv. lashion News lor Men Onh Work Ay . %  hni ir setrlei many probIncidental Intelligence i, INCOLN'S Gettysburg address I L< contained 266 words. The i %  words. The DeclaraUon of Indeialne about i.9ot) words. But the office of Price u ordai Bxkng prices for cabbages contains 26,911 word.Irthttr Miller. Nrbraake -L.E.S. CROSSWORD B\ THE WAY By Beachcomber A MAN sat at table talking with his mouth till bar, by the fire, who could DOI iintiria] ad i AI.IJ of what his son was aaylng, cried out agO, when VOU ware nine, I began to correct tali evil halnl Of rOUn Sumthen I bin corutantl grossness of talking with the mouth full My reproofs have had the table, %  til] munohing. made in unintelligible sound. "Swallow M)in fi--t II ipeah!" father, "You i ant tmkam this f0Od, M interjected an aunl It | Ufca furniture' The oM BUU looked at her in ainazement. "What an uttai ly lion." he said. N ow tin, man si %  was wearing his s back t" fi'Bit and bis Ii -i, i tcoal hung limply d I a comic breastplate, and it was not buetoued behind The waurtiMund the ankles There 0*1 bunching round tha then, as Uie trousers n>>t nap rower, they ware pulled Ughtar, The tuin-up. tinbones >f aha knee E could be pulled BO IKIUT wlthoul bursting the Bo above the • eater had only his lOOee-hanginj shirt lo keep blrn warm Tnla, %  la fathar noucad ith %  TITO,' rrora on. The ow fathei %  ngrtly. The %  mouth always full. sat back and wiped hll mouth being noe ^t^>p|H•^^ lalUng The old n the aunt went Up lo bi he heard the doors id the UHI % %  l!1 % %  •' %  %  %  with a knowing smile. pfjTnls trousers on the right way up and adjusted bis waistcoat Then h> !>> % %  ararrl up lo his berjro m Next morning, the old father wai down ei.ri.v b have a word wWh his son. before the started again. But he arai too kite The son's mouth was already full, and he eras wearing his hat strapped to his chest, and hi. overcoat was tied round his neck. W HEN ;he aunt, now 6L. eame %  %  sung ui ust have bean year old when you firs; h With Ins mouth full. I suppose he's too old to BOU i hara was no reply, M AN Bites Lion," said the Headline. ar;.| | i, .„| no further. Mishing to keep mv illusions.. My psychological bureau tells me that this might happen If a man, lastly connecting h^ns with Wtlag, K'>> the thins the wrong way rourfcL and im lnBP au ..t bains braon 1 am nferred, bj Prof. %  . Mu.i.i... hjeun, of Uppsala, to the case of I i i loitnoi "ith a split i faoh was to put nouth. One day I,, put the Uon's bead to ins Ii ..( It as would til eomfnrt.iblv The IMMSI was MI abounded thai it slowlv Withdrew Its bead nnd stared at In amtsarraaaad I if nly iiwr* of I primr N in, t uu > ebOUt the doping to naka them go Taster i. tody tampered with Emilia Ru I i champasjna bafori i '.< %  %  ilng Sold.tin U 11 ; diva sanj and Bang, Nobodj else :<'t | Chance. Iloun.itu; ebOUt the stage like ., bewitched boulder, -I" ii arias fiom a do/en operas. The OUMH slngars left the tra i topped plaj %  proteel from the wings but -till that mound of melodj conUnuad to assault the welkin Finallv she fell. %  rutiarted. Into the orcheetre pit and -.ok into ee| with one tag .oiled round an oboe. The police were anxious to queation two waasle-faoad men In arena n and i .>(>who wen seen, near Ritu;,i room earlier in the evening. Thv sjsWfM / 1'jtffn f t-umiT !!l tailure of on cxi-im,.,.. with a machine designed to ''il eight eggs simultaneously shows up the limil.r MHHtoO By now there ought to be egg-boiling machines the size %  if prrrret stations, capable of mass-boiling millions of eggs The boiled eggs should be coming off the conveyor-belt* like hot cakes. mil from .MI, boUing-cantre l"i lies in U-lt.r still, air. i.ift should ! %  rushing the cooked [ roduct to vast storage houses lere the boiled eggs should In frozen and chemically treated, to %  watl export III akajaafguj F ROM complaints about the content* of theatre proI gather that the space anrad for information about the play is being swallowed b] n n levant iidv. rUsements Tl %  part of the programme I alwavs like I* where it says: Tin cigarSite lit by Miss Loona Moon in -let It is supplied by Toffle nnd Hauihau: Mr. Arthur CVfVrnfl's lintr-oil conies from Mgiaon Sinar•ui Prom that it .should not be much of a jump to Afuj G|;dio (/reaa^sape cleans her -refh nun Niilbbo. Mr. Charles .S'nadcoinbc ju-car* by Mobblefoti's Sel/-Ctip —'—^" 1 I r^ + %  • 1 1 %  in. 'VI In i pa ntins <"i BHN : i... %  %  %  l %  | i X HI mirvw-llk* In Ulc rtnf. iS in 'ttual HI il Noiicul i t* Rupert and the Pine Ogre — 7 %  sW IV] • orusen • ,t Ii mn HI >> IS. With %  'net • o'r* ii na^ eanuaad i* 1 j| nr*; HI mellow ri.ndlllufl. <3; loeraaaed •a* H. ldi la •uppy nanam. til 15. Out w lo deoena. iSl uaara I. risurea or ijMtn trom mr aound. <&i t. A tTiiionmrnl Krtp il ft. H:> paliitiiis" imliiw wuod. |l" With which vmi mav remn'porejp ill .. ,. L S. !< %  Id ~i w l coia. IB" V, Condnieriidlns " *>* • %  HI" alter a lo'm start fTI \D nowi Ti'iain inauUti %  1 l. A lest on thl orovea u> o. esenwue lo <4i "JO. Otten cost arfori | rns Bmrhcomber OBI ...i.i |. Ton. is % %  •I%  i d i £E~-\r \L t i %  Although there seems no doubt that certain of the characteristics which have been Bttritsufad to Edwardiaimm in men's clothe will continue to inlluence styling %  the time being, a recent exhibition by a group of West End tailors *n London gave an Indie % %  f testuon troops to come. Isouble-breasted. worsted, suits If Instance, showed signs of squaring-up in the jacket-, giving UMDI I %  miliUry look", based on the outline of the OfBcai I'.nic. la the fad thai the t: %  -n .:i.. .. |B tie : re istad | rment. some f .. Olsd the formal "clOBQdT look. OBD \-' conveye.1 in the m. ht(!h fastening, double Jacket. Shoulder and chest an apuara and fairlv bold UM In to hip '" The ain to produc a big, Imposing, character in th ""'. vet edthout auggaratini tiodvhne features. Thie is 'mm thi ifl inverted BO I %  If-' 1 rial Howo > % %  shntild'"-s ,T"'I !-!>'-• • . o or thre ven nno AnH '.- %  %  I that GLOBE TO-DAY ISO T.M. \ SHOW IOK Tilt KlllS "Mil 114.1111 IIS STAN LAUREL and OLIVER HARDY KIDS—I'll 5c —lla.se lie.—Rsleaay IS>.—ASulU %  >., IZr.. llr v* O v* To-day Last •. Shnus. 4.30 d> 8.IS 21 S ibile Action Double — TO-DAY 5 Jk S.30 I'M LAST SHOWS lth*0lfH Musical "MR. isillltllisi EZ/.IO IMNZA — LANA TURNER oil MM. |(i MOKROH %  A H 10 I' M CstPV WILLIAM ELLIOTT — FORHEST TUCKF.R \n. ihcr TMt NUKKlM. BOLT of BOOE1 s rimiLLs: Eniftmg ihc pm*-i | :b*r\ of tint" h* thuiki %  i Whj i ; Oin liter doesn't I %  >h I lud somebody TP |UM then h* hcjn inn wund. Hullo." t*' Thr' SB i*rr BFKdt %  I ri %  -..-., iowsrd land but ii bra csn ... Plain Crepes Pink. Blue. Green. Lemon. White 36' $1.16 per yd. Blue. Mauve. Green. While 36" 98c. Lemon. Peach. Pink. Rose. Turquoise. White 36 91c """ wv-. Old., lit T. R. EVANS & WHIT FIELDS YOUR SHOE STORES Dial 4220 Dial 4606 IN "THE LAST BANDIT" AND "UNMASKED" With KOHEItT HOCKWELL IV M PIC • Ip-itlnc To-morrow. ..30 It K.O. Double — VICTOR MATURE m •EASY LIVING" AND ARMORED CAR ROBBERY" With CHARLES McCRAW II tl \ V IwpubU l-lt — BOCU 3. DALIUM ti. Tops—SI.35 per pr pled b> BAT \ Mini -IIIKI PheeM 47BS. SHIRTS .. Printed Sports — SZ.4S Jitterbug Silk — $3Ji l-hiii. Colour, — S2.K