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ESTABLISHED 1895

U.S., U.K., C’ada Plan To Streamline NATO

High Level Council
To Meet “Continuously”

By R. H. SHACKFORD
OTTAWA, Jan. 14.

The United States, Britain and Canada agreed upon
a plan to streamline the Atlantic Treaty Organization and
create a high level Council that would sit continuously like
the United Nations Security Council, it was reported
Monday.

This has been one of the major probléms tackled by
British Prime Minister Winston Churchill in talks in Wash-
ington and Ottawa.

Churchill and British Foreign Secretary Anthony
Eden, conferred here with Canadian Foreign Secretary
Lester B. Pearson, who is President of the North Atlantic
Treaty Organization Council this year.

Se ee Churchill ends his official visit

to Canada to-night with an ad-
Reds Almost dress to the Canadian state ban-
Truce Talks

quet. It will be the first public

address Churchill made since he
arrived in New York January 5
and will be the prelude to an ad-

PANMUNJON, KOREA, Jan, 14.

The Communists almost broke
up the Korean armistice negotia-
tions to-day with the charge that

dress to a joint session of the
United States Congress Thursday.
the United Nations Command was
lying. “As representative of the

Here Churchill and his associ- |

ates have been going over in de-}|
U.N, Command, I shall not sit
here and listen to unfounded

tail talks in Washington—especi-
also is one of the major sources
charges that the ae Command

of uranium for atomic energy.

Barter Deal

The three nations also agreed
on the general terms of a barter

ally problems of raw materials
is making deceitful proposals and

and atomic enérgy. Canada is a
major supplier of aluminium and
lying,” Rear Admiral R. E. Libby
angrily told the Reds.

deal involving American steel,
He denied the Communist |atuminium and Malayan tin. In-
charge, demanded an apology, and] formed sources said that the

finally proposed a recess.

“You cannot intimidate us,” re-
torted the North Korean Maj. Gen.
Lee Sang Cho, but he agreed to
the recess.

The heated exchange took place

in the Armistice Sub-Committee, i ‘“
debating the exéhdngs of war that she can continue her rearm

: é The U.S.
prisoners aftér Libby had eon-|2™ment programme. ;
tended that the U.N. Voluntary !2eeds TO) Wacbh the Aiea z:
Repatriation Plen ‘contained ad-! Britain ore a. 435,060,000
vantages for both sides | Compaey, anada $25,000,
| seid ie? setter ae wes. Oo cacelvs

The Truce Supervision Sub-'@O@ in return she was ;
Committee also recessed until 200,000 tons this year ard 220,000
11.00 a.m. on Tu@sday after the ,tons next year. : ;
Reds strayed from the subject to} Sources close fo Churchill, said
accuse the Allies of sending planes|that the barter deal would loan
over the Red Chinese maihland. |some of this aluminium to the U.S.
The Chinese Maj-Gen, Hsieh Fang | to relieve the immediate shortage.
echoed Radio Peiping’s charge | This, would be so on the under-
that 16 United States planes on |standing that in future years the
Sunday flew over Mukden, the in-|U.S. would ensure that Britain’s
dustrial centre and probable Chin- |needs were filled:
ese militarye headquarters | for wt Gens em ; however,

Marieburia. dtd a ifivolve
pri¢es, because essentially, it was

A Far East Airforce spokesman
offered only this comment on the!an exchange of materials rather
than a purchase.

charge: “I can assure you that the
Reorganising NATO

details still remain to be worked
out, and, a formal announcement
is expected from, Washington on
Tuesday or Wednesday.

Britain had been asking the
U.S. for 1,000,000 tons of steel so

Far East Airforce is confining its
aerial activities to North Korea.”
Maj. Gen. Claude B. Ferenbeaugh
of the U.N. again pressed the
Communists in Sub-Committee to
agree to the ban on military air-
field construction duing the truc
as “your first positive indication
of sincerity towards a stable af-
mistice and . peace.”

Fang refused on the ground that
the Allied demand constituted in-
terference in North Korean’s in-
ternal affairs.—U.P.

U.S. ROVING
AMBASSADOR

WASHINGTON, Jan.

South East Asia and the Middle
East also oceupied much of Mr.
Churchill's time.

next Atlantic Pact Council at Lis-
bon, Portugal, which now may be
pestponed until late February.
The idea would be to model the
NATO Council on the U.N, Se-
curity Council plan.

The NATO Council would meet
“continuously” at NATO head-
quarters. —U-P.



Churchill To Leave Soon

14.

President Truman has nomin- LONDON, Jan. 14.
ated William H. Draper, junior, Mr. Winston Churchill will
New York banker as Roving; leave New York aboard the liner

Ambassador in Europe under the

Queen Mary on Wednesday Jan.
Mutual Security Act.

23, his office at No. 10 Downing

—U-P. Street announced .—U.P.



U.K. Troops Fight Off
Terrorist Attacks

BRITISH HQRS., Suez Canal Zone, Jan. 14.
Egyptian terrorists and British troops fought a three-
hour gun battle in Ismailia last night, along the bullet swept
“Sten Gun Alley”.
Almost simultaneous attacks were launched on the
R.A.F. Garrison headquarters, while Lancashire Fusiliers,



of NATO will be presented to the j pire.”

|



guarding the main gate of Lt-Gen. Erskine’s Headquarters
also came under fire. Anti-tank guns were used to disperse
the terrorists who were firing from buildings along the bank

and from the slender minaret of a mosque dominating the
town.



the far side of the Canal from/|the plaintiff, if even taking place
which the firing had been direc-|\ elsewhere in

‘ ted.

Martufacture Of



—- There were no British casual-| relevant condition of the policy as odat
‘ties, but an Egyptian ambulance| avoiding payment of the claim | Moaate

Director To Study |the observed visiting houses on|existed in the neighbourhood of political
i

origin of
> It was thought that the attack;ent of circumstances of civil com-

SAMAICA AT THE NETS





MEMBERS of the Jamaica Cricket team which arrived here Sunday
Oval for the first Test match against Barbados, January 17.

Bridgetown
I2 More Street
Big Chance |

For Cwealth
Ministers

another 12 street lamps, bu









the period by way of the Gren-|public service’, and protect Goy-|

ada disturbancés. * ernment from the “insidious

Mr. F. M. Henry who opened influence of peddlers and favou
the case for the plaintiff and | Seekers’.
called Cromwell as the only wit-| The plan would abolish ‘ths
ness contends that none of the|#rchaic “statutory offices” of 64
occurrences mentioned in the/Ollectors who Truman said must
under the present system “accom-
themsélves to local
situations”.

—U-P.

the island and the}
the fire was independ-





**Se ”9
P f B had bene launched by | Student! motion emphasiséd by the other} cond Carlsen

aper fro members e “Liberation | side, ; ;

p Mm Dagasse farmy” — reported clandestinely| The Defence Counsel continued) — pye prone tg Ses.

(From Our Own Correspondent) orc woe tw! a rae the case yesterday afternoon call-| Landreau, 42 finally al g ine od

LONDON Ta 14 [ Sait ‘Commandos ane Hog among others Sergeant Quar-! pj. broken freighter shortly: be-

, Jan. 14. a. , pape - : y be-

The development of bagasse for| Yesterday, British troops man- less, Mr. W. A.. Redhead wio fore it was completely wrecked on

newsprint with the eventual ex-|ning a roadblock at Marktel El



edited a Government news-letter|





‘ ¢ the treacherous Goodwin Sands.
port of paper pulp to England, isjHebed, drove off a force of 20 as me Unie of the distur-| This “agcond Carlsen” firat te-
to be examined in Jamaica, when ; Egyptian police plus some tertor-\se Hashes and Capt. E. | sisted lifeboatmen’s pleas to leave
Mr. H. Alan Walker, Managing jists who were attempting to enter | ghes. the ship, but finally he left the
Director of the Wast Indies Sugar |the Zone from the direction of | ship and was picked up by a life-

Company, arrives later this month | Zaggzik. After a brisk exchange}

from London,
—U?P.
Mr. Walker sails on Friday on
the Brittanic. He will fly to Ja-

maica from Bermuda, la ,
7 He expects f9 be in the istand [ Ex Police Supt.
or four weeks during which time A

rrested

he will also review with Company
representatives the possibilities of

KINGSTON, Jan. 12
The retired Assistant



the development of bulk stgar
loading







a r . |
‘of fire, the Egyptians withdrew. ‘Campaign To Stamp FE from shock and slight injuries
|

Super-|recent years have been attributed
intendent of Police, Henry Well-{ was

boat. The 37 crewmen, all suffer-

taken to
U.P.

were
Dover

a sailors’ home at

Out Dope Weed











#vening practise at Kensington

Will Get

Lamps

THE CITY of Bridget@vn and its suburbs will get

t another 22 recommended by

the Lighting Committee of now be erected due to lack of copper wire.

This information was disclosed at yesterday's meeting
of the Vestry when the Clerk read a letter from the Electric
Company to the Vestry, stating that they had completed



instal 12 additional street lamp







7,
*
__. PRICE : FIVE CENTS
' Canadian
yg % e Pesala a a oe ee ee - x
Wilkinson Tops | jumps
7! Te
St. James Vestry | 0» Par with us.
LONDON, Jan
e The Canadian dollar
Oo ms to the United States dollar pari
e l of $2.80 to the pe ind sterling for
the first time Mm 15 monti
Mr. J. H. Wilkinson, with 219 votes, topped the polls in} However, the America
the St. James Vestry Elections yesterday + a : a ee
Two new candidates, Mt. W. H. Walcott, son of Mr. S. Aldi stands ft i
Waleott and Mr. C. B. Searles were also elected Vestrymen] parity limits fixed by the B ‘
for the parish. They replace Mr. R. S. Bancroft and Mr.) rr
D. E. Webster who did not seek re-election. The unsuccess- , ia * eae ae
ful eandidates were Mr. S. Jordan, Mr. St. C, Baird and M: Tie ed nest Ss
. ; merican carey
S. Hinds last month when the ¢
Yesterday, Vestry Elections for the year 1952 were held] Government abolished e<
in four parishes—St, Jamos, St. Peter, St. Lucy and St./ change controls in Ur











Joseph. trading,

In St. Andrew, where 17 cane ’ et se aoe es rt
dates had been nominated | y ik tet Pre U:! es
previous week, seven of th i W > T Wi tl og ” t oo .
withdrew yesterday and as a t es an perare i
sult, there was no contest | a an te t. Pe eae ‘

Those who withdrew were; M R | 1 eo
FE. L. Bannister, Mr. N. 0. Dast ussian 1951. Be in’ 4 ain t's :
Mr. J, H Bovell, Mr. W. 'T. Bi Y 6 Bat Rath nian dhcdane recta tis

: +44
ster, Migs V. E. Foster, Mr. D Stu 1e@ — a oe GL Ga J
Hope and Mr. E. Smith | St art ae s : 00 (
: a, satel 2 31 down to 3 9,000,000

in the other six parishes ther¢ PARIS, Jan. 14 pared with $3,269,000.000 on S
were ar conte sts 5 . | rhe Western Big Three pro- tember 30

_In St. Peter, Mr. D. 'V. Jemmot posed to-day that Russia's n Canada will be repres¢
was the i candidate, He suc toiepoitnt peace plan be probed by] ine sterling urea’s balance
— Mr. WwW. W. Bradshaw W'Olthe new 12 nation Disarmament] ots talks to be held in London
did not seek re-clection, The 1 Commission along with any other today along with.the West
success ful candidates were Mr. new proposals, fans the Dominions territorie
E. K. D. Hinkson, Mi Urbane King The United States, Britain « | The Colonies will be represented
and Mr. Oswald Scantle bury France put to the 60 nati \ ieee ; oa

In St. Joseph, Mr, R. W. Cowa «|| political Committee this aft ton the Secretary of State an
topped the polls with 70 vot noon a resolution recalling tl oes vt

Dominion territories by the
spective Finance Minister

The main obi@etive of +} t ci
ference is to work out pol

while two of the new candidates,

_} ot the talks by Mr
|
the General Assembly decided
Mr. J. H, Branch and Mr, C, Holder | \

Friday to eall together the Con
were successful with 47 votes each

mission within 30 days
They now replace Mr A. P. Coy Its
and G, R. Hutson, two retir
members who did not offer
selves for re-election.



the United Stat
Canada, Ch}
Greece, Holla

members,
and Turkey ri
é

¢| Brazil, Britain,
them=) China France

\
cre al and internal, for putt

\ sterling areas balance a

‘ ae with the rest of the world

)

Pakistan, Russia fovbootarls tie the dolls je
Mr. C. C, Cumberbatch was the |to report back by June 1 after/Partcularly with the dollar area,
unsuccessful candidate. considering all proposals



of the old | achieve



















their survey, and that they regretted to state that they] J" St. aunt aaaiee penee tee (oan Lele teametibae rat ah °
(From Our Own Correspondent) i i side. i re : ‘ : J > ers were act. se are jane yalancec educ u I I d Cl ‘
LONDON, Jan, 15. could only ¢onsider the e tion of 12 of the 34 lights Mr. J. R. Alleyne, Mr. K, ¢ rmeéed forces and all armamen's Ss n O- na
Finance Ministers of the Com- recommended. 4 O'’Neale and Mr. W. lL. Greaves|ineluding§ effective international
monwealth meet in London to| ————————~——-_— Originally, the Lighting. Com-|who were replaced by Mr. L. 1..}control of atomie energy to en- lo Become
discuss the grave dangers to fn. Se ae ere a Mr. C. D. Howell and Mr./sure the prohibition of atomic mm
sterling and to find means of PI C h on of 60 additional units in the) (1, Harris weapons.” ~ 7 ‘
saving it, says the Daily Express ane ras es City and suburban areas, but after Following are those elect Reealling this, to-day’s Western Second Korea ?
leader this morning. * discussing the matter with the} yesterday Jv olution called for “the new , ~~?
“Their task should extend far Into River Electric Company, the number was Soviet plan agreeing to_ interti eo Hees p ;
beyond that of a single target. It reduced to 34, St. James | tional control of atomf€ ener: y By KENNETH MURRAY,
should be looked upon not sim- Mr, Mottley advised the Vestry Mr. J. H, Wilkir , 219 votes,| but net insisting on outlawing of PARIS, Jan. 14
ply as a project of rescue in the NEW YORK, Jan. 14. to accept the offer of the 12 lights,] Mr. S. A. Walcott 215, Mr. W. H.| the atom bomb to be the first to Is Indo-China ciated tn hecothe
hour of emergency, but as a A North East Airlines twitlland after referring them to the| Walcott 200; Mr. J. M. Crick 195, | go before the Commission th next Koren? ra ree
great undertaking of imperialiengine ‘plane with 36 person#}diseussion which took place at the] Mr. A. L. Jordan 195, Mr. EB, Hol- When the Commission reports That Auestione—end tie traitlely
development far too tong delay-| aboard overshot the runway at La} meeting of the Council of the|der, M.C.P., 188, Mr. C, G, Mas-| back a world disarmament con- éalinniate cael: anewer:-ike
ed, hm Guardia Field. to-day and era’ Commersé last Week;) siah 183, Mr. A, G.-Johnson 182,) lerente- would “be called to con- ie’ Highest importiniee sess
Express says Ministers have) into the East River. yarned them that further delay in{Mr. S. Massiah 172, Mr. C. B,| sider its report under the terms] (ipec-power plans beinw mace
on SP Geconatiie far" tae Sane At least 33 persons were res+| the matter would spell danger in| Searles. of the resolution passed — on{)), aresetnathe, fi Auten f" sik
rosperity or ar ¢ oj 2 ih va ; ‘ ta » = it as : r : ice aya
tries ae my strength for sterling a ae ae by " tug. ‘ aks) tact or'the a aes whic h —_ St. Peter BPRIRY " possible ali-out Comme ag~
Tt asks, “Will they have the ne ra was making its sat ' Ltée osed at ! e meeting of the Mr. C. H. P. Jordan, Mr. T. BE. New Plan gression ih Southeast Asin.
boldness, "imagination and deter- one Rear 5 to the fleld in rain] Chamber of Commerce, Corbin, Mit r. S. Chandier, Mr. rhe Soviet peace plan proposed Because the French have ' be
mination to seiée the chance} #%¢ fos which cut visibility, Lack of Copper E, L. Bannister, Mr. C. H. Thorn-| by Foreign Minister Andrei Vy-| ynabie to write a conclusive finish
which misfortune puts within The craft left Boston at 7.53 Mr. DG. Laateee dor. told thé ton, Mr, A. A, Gill, Mr. G. G. G hinsky on Saturday contained|io their bitter five-year strug:
their reach? Will they from HOW] o.m, and made the first pass at the hikes * aie = ne ae or oF Gill, Mr. P Whitehead, Mr. D. Vv pid conces! ions to the West, gainst the 400,000 Red-led Vie
Reorganizationjon have faith in their own Em-| geid at 9,03 a.m. by radio contact GBiincil of the Chamnbet eo Coma) Jemmott and Mr. C. Parris : wy yt 1. An oceans minh rebels, these developm
i. Sea Pin, aa p Che - 5 . . © ban atomic weapons—the ban |}; happen in the pa
with the Control Tower. On its|merce the Company complained Mr. W ne Joseph 4 | to be effective when internations| Fe aT ener er eee eae
second attempt the plane missed]/of¢ lack of generating plant, and ee pO RES 19, Mr. control mechanism is set up. 1, Enough equipm for
cate ¥ jthe field and plowed into the}now in their letter to the Vestry Carter 61, Mr. W. 4 Gocding 61 2. Freedom for the interna-|full-str ion
Decision Awaited Tre | River about midway between| complained of the lack of copper,| M" J. A Haynes, M.C.P.; 61, Mr. }ttonal contfol pody tg inspect|the Insurgents from Comr
Gomeee Point and the island. He did not see how the lack of Bos, OU: 5 a aR eae atomic installations when atui|China. Haif of it is United St
7 2 The Convair transport did not ver would ke y difference . + om ee analer 99,1 where 2ASeS a . Nat
34% ~< . ‘oo ba f: copper would make any differen H 7 coe ae where it pleases, arms seized from Nation
Fire Tnisua aMce & uit a to the erection of additional street J. H. Branc ht aa C. Holder 47.¢ Russia had formerly insisted 2. About 5,000 Chinese taft
‘ he crew of a Coast Guard tug |lamps st. Lucy on the ban first i the 5 o . _ t ‘
From Our Own Correspondent) ‘ a i i ee : alt ia i ine nen setting | specialist have helped whips
GRENADA, Jan. 14. which witnessed the crash, rushed He thought that the Vestry Mr J E r Brancker, M.¢ P up the control mechanism and|ine rebels into shape so they n¢
Decision in the suit begun in]|to the scene and picked up 25 per-)should add their quota to the Mr F. A Greaves, Mr NW, limiting inspection to plants pro-|use orthodox military forrr
the Supreme Court here to-day|sons immediately, Four Coast}various activities now afoot to Slocombe, Mr. I. C, Sobers, Mr. | posed by the nations themselves,Jand have been able to tht
before Hon. Justice R, G. Man- |Guard crash boats and two heli-}solve the problem of electric E Le Ward, Mr. D. E Webster The Korean war should end at|many as 30,000 to 40 000 organi
ning is believed likely to haveleopters joined the tug within|supply Mr, C. H. Yearwood, Mr. L. L.! once, forces to be withdrawn from] troops into a single battle. 14
widespread repercussion in the] minutes. Mr, Leacock sourided the warn- Bourne, Mr. C. D. Howell and Mr.\ the 38th parallel within ten days|control half of the countrysid
field of fire insurance, Mr, Dun- atime that the Local Authorities in] G. L. Harris ond all foreign troopywithin three} 3, Vietminh soldier re be
stan Cromwell of the Income Tax} The Coast Guard said that 26) ¢harge of Bridgetown were going @ On Pare 5 months —U.P, trained in the latest etic
and Price Control Department is;men and five women were res-|{o suffer in their trade returns in Soe ae ee ee s warfare at Communist bast
suing the Jankers and Traders | cued, and five persons were di ‘-Ithe future He pointed out thet D ‘ both China and Indo-Chin
Insurance Company Ltd, of Aus-|€4, unofficially as missing. TwO)people who wanted to start new e e Ss : re re O 9% |:east three are in China proj
a whose local agents are|f the rescued were severely in- industries will be unable to do so . French officers back from
ssrs O. D, Brisbane and Sons;jured. They were taken to Col-|hecause they cannot get any elec Front say that there is a
for £5,500 which they refused to|lege Point Hospital.—CP) tricity Ps e tantial build-up of China’s ow
pay when he claimed it for the The present situation would CW a dW [forces behind the border
loss of his house at Woburn and { no doubt interfere with the de- / |possible signal for full-seale inte
household effects by fire on Pm o velopment of the parish. Mr. ¥ vention along the same line
Meh clon year. ees : Tr unvan Submits | Leacock said, He eat ott SAIGON, Indo-China, Jan. 14. the ‘volunteer’ onslaught of Oct
ne Bankers and Traders In- further that he himself had made Frenct ys as net ‘ ‘ : ber, 1950, in Korea
: ch military sources saidgthat Communis etmint 4
surance Co., Ltd., are repre- Reform Plan application on behalf of av dl tarees wer din 4 thi OMm Uns Vietminh | "High French authori
sented by Mr. H. E. L. Hos-| | pveraeas investor. and he was! ebel forces were buildin up for an all-out drive against| response to queries, that t
ten, Barrister-at-Law, who is WASHINGTON, Jan. 14. | turned down flat because the the vital colonial Highway No. 6, and that the offensive may!real fear that an arm
instructed by Mr. A. oO. Payne, | Truman submitted to Congress Comvany wold not be able 4, start soon. | Korea might “facilitate” the ¢
solicitor, base their refusal *o|Monday his plan for a sweeping) supply electticity for two years. | They said that the 34th Rebel Division, one of the Viet-|™¥nist foray, and thei
pay on a condition of the policy reorganization of the scandal-rid-| minh troc . 1its. was assed j » sector preoccupation ts to pre
which disclaims responsibility du-|den Internal Revenue Bureau. He, Mr. Leacock suggested that th ’ Ops units, was Massed In one sector . China from becomir
ring time of civil eommotion! said the plan is designed to pre- Vestry should reply thanking the Source said that the French lyorea U.P
which they argue existed during|vent “improper conduct in the Electric Company for the offer to High Command was sending out

fresh troops to strengthen French



Bradle y Is

jand that the Vestry should also joutposts along the whole. length i

' the = . y of the sle~ red ares TS y :
emai, whem She Comeant| Hho fad OY | "A vemk miliary wokewan| U.S. Govt. Want
yee So to supply curren ope u said that the aim of the rebels was

if the Vestry could procure the

jpecessary copper for the install
tion‘of the refn@ning 22 lamp

The Clerk was instructed to
reply in accordance with Mr. Le
cock’s suggestion,

METAL SKIRTS

The removal of “métal skirts’
from street lamps by the Electri¢
Company, in accordance with the
instructions of St, Michael’s Ves-



een EE eS

to cut off Hoa Binh from the
and thus increase the

| rear
| difficulties
lof French and loyal troops there,
ince with the forthcoming mon-
oon, air support and the dropping

Rubber Contre!

Korea Peace

WASHINGTON, Jan. 14

To Continue

Genera! Omar Bradley said he of food to isolated French outpost: ‘ WASHINGTON, Jan
‘hopeful of conclusive mrilite will be impossible Truman asked Congres
armistice” in Korea but there i A French spokesman said that|@ay to extend for two year

last week|Government's authority to
defences | ate plants producing
but that pose synthetic rubber



“price we will not pay—appeass- tag Vietminh rebels

ment.” The Chairman of the Joint} Were probing French

Chiefs of Staff a briefing of | along the supply route
|

general

Rave





truce negotiations to members of | they had been beaten off The continuing thre
try, is meeting with some opposi-|the Senate Armed Services Com hird world war “require
tion from certain persons into! mittee at a se Congress in
whose bedrooms the reflection from public ; ' .,
these lamps shines. Bradley in a statement he read | Kem Kem Pass on Colonial High- Following the warning he
The Electric Company in com-jto the Committee said the United | way Six early yesterday, and{'ered in his State of the t
municating this information to the | Nations will insist upon a sett after a two-hour hand to hand [message last week Trumar

Vestry, drew attention to two such |
instances in one of which the
complainant threatened that the!
Vestry would have to remove the
pole from his land if the shade
was not replaced,

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i KINGSTON, Jan. 12.
} The intensification of the
;ganja campaign to stamp out the
growing plant to which many |
murders, crimes, and viclence in}

anti-

Ship Ready

started: Mbedetiing to. the | The Federal Maritime Board :







For Carlse

WASHINGTON, Jan, 14
1id on Monday Captain Kurt Carlser

4tno the hags > : ae can have a ship” rj Va t n » eee T
The setting up of the bagasse IN| ington and Joseph Malcolm,|Police. Substantial rewards will] |, an eve — right now if Bet ants to go back ~ the séa. The
TS Se expr’, ill require} winister of Education were ar-|be offered for,information leadir g | Board aid og will charter the 10,681 §.S. Halaula Victory to replace
large capital outlay, and for that) -acteq this afternoon on ‘charges|to the conviction of growers ar {| the Flying Enterprise
reason, Oo quick decisions are] + conspiracy to defeat public | dealer in the drug, whict if Retired Vice Admiral Edward Cochrane, Board Chairman said
ny justice, arising out of farm work-| lieved being smuggled from Eng-|the Board “would be more than pleased if Carlsen is assigned to
+ T | . Nerics r ; ‘ : ,
From Jamaica. Mr. Walker flies|@Ts tickets to go to 7 United a “= ee Re wee skipper the Halaula Victory. He added: “In view of Carlsen’s quoted
g 7aSs é . > alonia fFic reportedly ;
to Trinidad where he will spend | States. Bail ee gag Pag sited th a ' : rig remarks of wanting to return to the sea as quickly as possible we are
. pet has alr y p e | aske ne vernment to é

another four week discussing | as already peen sore oe ia : + ; waar the | bappy to state as far as the Maritime Board is concerned he can have
business matters with Caroni}Court on charges connected with |Special effor o eradicate re tds
Company officials ‘the alleged sale of tickets.—(CP) plant.—(CP) | a ship immediately —U.P.



ment based on “sound principles” | fighting, the rebels withdrew]|"The Korean invasion hn







since it might well be a pattern for } sbandoning 55 dead on the battle-]it eminently plain that
fle free. world live
peace in other trouble spots in t leld 1 ret orld live te
future ' | He said that the French have janger of further Communi
He said “Thro ighout the r captured an important quantity of | gression. U.N uccesse i K
tiation hich General Ridgway! War material He also said that} have been great but 1} t
ha 0 ably conducted, the prin two rebel companies had infiltrat- fof a third world
iry principle has always been at ed French positions in the Red jreal and very me UP
cot th ies to be an earnest and| River delta, but French forces had} ,
lesire for be oy Ps lispersed them, killing 27 Reds ei
oe tnkaice At UP.
Â¥y men it our comn ,n * ) oe
tine opportunits B.G.Education Chie!
Def te

conven! Busta Tuwns Down, Our Own Co





every-
| whe re with heavy losses t
ion closed to the He said that a rebel battalion | ruman told
attacked a French battalion at the [cial message





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PAGE TWO



R. G.-H ADAMS C.M.A
Leader of the House

Assembly is expected to leav«
today for Trinidad on his way
to Jamaica to attend the annual
meeting of the Council of the
University College of the West
Indies, of which he is a member.

There, Mr. Adan will
Hon. L. C. Hanna KA
Trinidad member of the (
who wilt also attend the eetin

Tha ~Counte f Athlone
Chancellor of the Universi
College of the W.1. and Sir
Raymond Priestly Vice-Chan-
cellor of the University of Bir-
mingham will also attend the
meeting.

Awaiting Re-entry Permit







ACK in Barbados for a short
Stay after spending few
weeks in Trinidad, are M 1
Mrs. Neville Warren who ,
married. here recently. M1
ren is awaiting his re-entry per-
mit so that he can return to
Venezuela where he is employed
with one of the oil companies
His wife-is the former Hi:
Richards,
Indefinit2 Stay
ISS: ELSIE PARRIS, daugh-
ter of Capt. F. C. Parris
Supt of Police and Mrs. Parris
of Tudor Bridge. St Michael
left for, Puerto Rico yesterday
morning by B.W.I.A. on her way
to the .U.S. where she will re-

main for an indefinite period with
her uncle Mr, James Waterman
of Brooklyn.

Assistant Master

M* MICHAEL ‘TIMPSON
: Assistant Master at the
Lodge School who had_ been
spending a_ short toliday in
Grenada, returned § from that
colony over the week-end by
B.W.LA.

Trinidad And Jamaica

M* DENTON SAYERS, Supt
Mechanical Engineer of

the Department of Highways and

Transport flew to Tripidad over
the week-end by B.W.LA. on a
short visit. He is expected to

return within a few days
It is understood that when Mr

Sayers returns he will then be

going On.a business visit to Ja-

maica.

In Honour Of Golf Team
HE first game of the golf
tournament between Trini-

dad and Barbados took place

yesterday afternoon at the Rock-
ley Golf and Country Club

After the game a Cocktail Par-
ty, which began shortly aftei
six o'clock, was held in the clul
house in honour of the visiting
team.

There will be another Cock -
tail Party in honour of the visit-

ors this evening after today’s
fame. This will be held at the
ome of Mr, and Mrs, Frank

Morgan, “High Cliff’, Club Mor-
gan Road,



BY THE WAY seecee ‘By Beachcomber

COMMITTEE of scientists
should be appointed at once,
without “even stopping to wipe
their mouth, to inquire into the
cause and effect of a
escapade,

The cow walked up 179 steps of
a spiral staircase to the top of a
150-ft. monument. A witness said,
“It didn’t turn a hair.” Why should

cow’s

it? Another witness noticed that
it wagged.its tail, Why shouldn't
it? Profe*sor Jobbelotte of the
Montpellier Institute once kept
eight cows at the top of the Kiffel
Tower. They were milkeg up

there, anq the milk tasted of o
dised ferrobelium.. Why?
Well, then.



Eh?
An indomitable sea-queen
M*** soft-hearted land-lub-

bers expected that the Saucy
Mrs. Flobster would

have bet

~ CROSSWORD



Across
sir return in iron laughin)
at you, (8)
‘ On neither side of the
with a rut (7)
1. Of course it happens, (5)
Nothing jieaves the lounge wit!
a sudcen thrust. (5)
Decapitatecd coast. (4)
Last word to the copper
1.0.0.8 make nim boring
Onts nalt tne dinner (3
Lambs err — hikers appear. (8
Ride tm dreadful make-up +
Dri. (4)
The heart-wood of trees.
Have your fling (4)

Down

Aerated, (8)
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Rased (6)
Shrub from Noe! dear, (8)
Taken from men unseen. (3)
Grow fat on a piece of board
(6) 8. Pipe (4
Declaration sounding con
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Man gone for extra name.
1 press for curls, (6)
French cleric proves the satlo
exists. (4) 19. Tear. (3
20, Complete collection. (3)

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ARTHUR BONITTO, Jamaica Captain and W. A. Farmer, Barbados
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NAPT. and Mr Bin Dav
& expe to fly
to-morrow where Capt. Davis i
one of T.C.A’s Test Pilot

They have been holidaying here

for the past two weeks, staying at
the Ocean View Hotel

Month’s Holiday
Me" P. C, SCOTT, Assistant
1 Master of Combermere
School who had been in Trini-
dad on a month's holiday return-
ed home on Sunday afternoon
by B.W.LA.

Back To School

NCHOOL children from several
w West Indian islands streamed
through Seawell over the week
end and yesterday to be in time
for the new school term which
for most schools opens today

Left Over The Week-end

I

R AND

SPENCE

MRS.

who

WILLIAM
had been

spending their honeymoon in
Jarbados, returned to Trinidad
on Sunday by B.W.1.A. Mrs.
Spence is the former Peggy

O'Donnell, daughter of Mrs. Stella
O'Donnell and the late Mr, An-
dres O'Donnell.

blown to pieces in the recent
storms. Not so. The bounding
barque was so low in the mud that
its framework was protected from
the malice of the elements. “But
We ’ad a mud-bath,” said Mrs.
Withersedge. “Damage? Well, a
bit o’ that rotten ole smokestack
fell on a dustbin and overturned
the cat's dinner, an’ the last bit of
the anchor’s gorn, but what do we

want of a anchcr? It would take
a couple o’ bulldozers to get u
afloat again.” Rear Admiral Sir
Ewart Hodgson c°>me aboard yes-
terday, wetted hic finger, and held
it up A seagull nipped it, and
the jovial sailor took the care-
taker’s advice: “Disimbark yor-
self, hadmiral, afore them old

tradewinds cop us.”

Hysteria in abeyance

CRITIC’S remark that “there *

hysteria”
of a ballet

4 was no noticeable

the performance
uggests that the days of gasping
nd sobbing* and «creaming un-
ashamedly : It is, perhaps,
nly in the intervals now that peo-
ple fall about in a swoon and
loudly with aesthetic pleasure
wait till the ballet version of
Proust’s little gem is
The w foyer will
mbul* nce

re over
roan

! ut

produced
be full of
attend nts,
impresvionable youns
snaws the arms
stall will probably eat the
thing. ’



le
truggline
that
who usually

ind
man
of hi

whole

In the gas world

A MAN who had his gas cut off
\ received a demend for pay-
ment for cutting it off, and a notice
that unless he paid, his gas would
be cut off, When the authorities
ered their mistake, th
»mbably vent a man to connect uy
the gas aguin, so that it could be
cut off again if the bill wag not
naid, If the bill was paid, all they
had to do was to threaten to cut





the gas cff, before connecting it
up, just to save face.
JT AM vindicated at last. Many

young people think that my
frequent references to the drink-
ing of champagne from the slip-
pers of actresses are mere foolery.

But the other day a Gaiety girl
told how, in 1909, a Russian
Grand Duke drank from her
slipper. After that, it seems a
litthe ungrateful of her to com-
plain that he left the slipper

B.O.A.C. Official Intransit

, ve NAPT, J
to Montreal C Official of British





For ‘‘Met.” Discussions
ING COMDR. L. A. EG-
GLESFIELD, Director Gen-

eral of Civil Avation in this area

















left yesterday by B.W.LA. for
Trinidad Today he will fly to
British Guiana to meet the new
Directoy of Meteorological Ser-
vices to discus Met” Services in
that colony He will also meet
the Air Registration Board Sur-

veyor of the area, Mr
present in B.G,

Brown who
and. also have

isa

eneral discussions with the B.G@)
sovernment a
Engaged

oe engagement was arf

nounced recently in Engs
land between Commander Ken-
neih M, B. L. Barnard, R.N.
(Reid) of 58-Chesterfield House,

Mayfair and Patricia, widow ot
Mr. G. A. McAndrew of Headley
Wood Farm, Bordon

Mrs. McAndrew is the daugh-
ter of the late Sir Charles O’Brien

K.C.M.G., former Governor of
Barbados and Lady O’Brien.
The marriage will take place
shortly.
Visiting Uncle
M* GEOFF TAYLOR of the
National Film Board, Ot-
tawa, Canada who has been in

Barbados for the past four weeks
visiting his uncle at the Hotel
Windsor is due to return to Can-
ada to-rhorrow by T.C.A.

Geoff’s uncle, Mr. A. P. Taylor
is a regular visitor to Barbados
every winter.

Talking Poirt

A man, sir, should keep
friendship in constant repair.
—Samuel Johnson.

his

Incidental Intelligence
FPAILORS predict a change in

men’s suits from the loose-
O. H. LOBLEY, Senior hanging to the tight-fitting. This
Overseas
nature over the years has already

Airways Corpn., London was an

intransit passenger through Bar- taken care of the alteration,

bados yesterday by B.W.I.A. en —Fact and Fiction Canada.

route to Martinique from Trini- = eee

dad e
Capt, Lobley is touring the B.B.C. Radio

British Caribbean Area on a rou-









tine business visit in connection
with B.O.A.C. and B.W.LA. — Programme % ;
Capt, Lobley previously paid a $
visit to Barbados for a few days J . . i on : |
TUESDAY, JANUARY 15, 195 %
during the latter part of 1950 th. 18 32h, Beutenn seca 1X ; |
Routi Visit dea, 43,90. amy. Prom. thé Pro de | & Everybody does not know that this remarkable |
utine 181 Concerts, 12, noon The News ’
v pan. News Analysis > score was made with...
. oT , . . 4.00—7.15
M* C. LEE LOY of the Ac- 71.82 M. 48.49 Be
counts Department of |
B.W.LA., Port of Spain flew in | 4 © p.m, The News, 4 10. The Daily A LAMBER i BA i |
Service, 4 15 i

from Trinidad yesterday morning
by B.W.1.A. on a routine visit. He
is a guest at the Hotel Royal

4. 45 Piano Playtime, 5.00 Take 1. Fron

Here 5. 30 Composer of the
45 Elton Hayes, 6. 00 Personal
trait, 6. 15 Welsh Magazine, 6
Raund-Up, 7. 00 The News, 7
Analysis, 7. 15 Cricket report on
ney _— . Days Play W.1. vs. Tasmania and Ren

R. GREY AUSTIN, son of Mr. geyous with Commonwealth Artists
and Mrs. Merrivale Austin 7. 45 p.m. Pantomines, 8. 00 Cocmney

who arrived here on December 10.30

19th to spend the Christmas holi- =

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However, he sent her a

new pairs,

damp.
dozen

Gaiety girl who had
a false sole fixed to her slippers,
a kind of secret compartment
When the champagne was poured
out, some it trickled through,
and was taken home to Ma, ,

I knew a

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scon, “Anything to liven things
up,” as the actress said when the

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Book On The Trees

of the

tion, He
the inter

criticised the spirit in
letter by
written,
reply to
stating that they
any shade
would prevent street lamps from

afternoon for Trinidad.

signed to Messrs. R. M. Jones &
Co. Ltd., will be lling from
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TUESDAY, JANUARY 15,

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“Door Opened For Higher On Probation For

U.S. Sugar Price”

Big Cuban Quota For World Market
NEW YORK.

A SHARP INCREASE in U.S. sugar prices is confi-
dently predicted in New York following the announcement
Secretary of Agriculture,

by Mr. Charles Brannan, U.S.

putting the official estimate of U.S. sugar consumption in
1952 5700, 000 tons. One observer

i, lg wc oa tia arent) aes



Of The Caribbean *

NEW YORK.

hip Company, and
Alcoa staff
product of Mr,

Paul Knapp,
The book w
White’s inspira-

felt that it would serve
rests of the Caribbean
s well as those of his company







STREET. LAMPS

‘

@ From Page 1

Members of the Vestry strongly
which the
the complainant was
and the Vestry agreed to

the Electric Company
were opposed to
being put up which



areas which
States,
another

She will be leaving port t! ame

The French S.S. Colombe, con-

gs ten
1947.
“In
month
available,



tion

sugar

strongest
prices
adopted

months

and

way

since

a

is

that

by

prices,

commented

“not only opened the door,
took it off by the hinges”
ing the



October,
for

the

sufficiently
sustained
raw

expecte?
5,000,000

Cuba will havc
tons of sugar to dispose of in the
world market.
market sales usually run at ee
about 2,000,000 tons.

the
1934,

of

su

statements
Sugar
Mr. Brannan

price
1951,

which
price

it
costs

index



Her

that

aly the I

Â¥
ons,

some 4,600,000

Act

An authoritative volume enti- §*!4:
tled “Flowering Trees cof the “During the first ten months of
Caribbean” has just been pub- 1951, the wholesale price of re-
lished by Rinehart & Company, ed sugar averaged about 1.29
in New York. The book, which ¢emts per Ib. less than the price

illustrated with 29 six-colour Meessary to maintain the re-
plates, is the work of William ationship between the price of
White, president of Alcoa Steaw- ®48ar and the consumers’ price

index that existed during the last
control in

the

the index

to produce such a book. This Per 'b. would have been required
book represents a new adventure #¢ Maintain such a relationship.
in industrial public relations. The current wholesale price of
—B.UP. 8.25 cents per Ib. is therefore,

close to 1.57 cents per th. below

the level required to be con-

sidered in making the determina-
below the
8.40 cents per lb. which existed at
the end of price control,

Furthermore,
evident

is now clearly
of producing
sugar beets and sugar cane as evi-
denced
farmers pay
risen
and
prices of
are necessary to




reflecting on the road for the equitably maintain and protect
benefit Of the public. the domestic sugar industry.”
Accordingly, a negative allowance
It was however suggested that cf 400,000 short tons, raw value,
where the reflection from a street is made as_a price stimulus.’
lamp troubled a_ resident, that Rranfhan estimates that U.S.
person should erect some sort of Sugar onsumption in 1s wil
hade at his own expense to ke approach 8 100,000 tons, a slight
the reflection from his roor rease above the 1951 figure.
of estimate, however,
whi ct controls the rate
‘ ° . of impe-t y 200,090 tons
‘Golfito Due Jan. 18 from last quota of 1.900,000
tons
Che S.S. Golfito is expecte, io Tene t fset Mr. Brannan’
aymve here from Southampto n effe to increase the price, how-
January 18, Messrs. Wilkinso & ever il be the big Cuban crop,
Haynes Co. Ltd., informed he forecast at some 7.000.000 tons ox
Advocate yesterday. more, and the big crops in oth®r

that
but
in clear-
for a sharp increase
In one of the
made on
was

latest
is
of 9.82 cents

level of

of prices the charge
and other data have

significant
increases in
and refined sugar
“fairly and

the

nited

‘Bad’ Language

Mr. G. B. Griffith, Acting Police
Magistrate of District “A” yester-
day placed Hilton Yarde of Brit-
ton’s Hill, St. Michael, on proba-
tion for 12 months in the sum of
£1 2/- to keep the peace and be
of good behaviour for that period
for using irnfiecent language on
3ritton’s Hill, on January 12,

Police Constable McCollin told
the court that the defendant had
11 previous convictions for using
indecent language. ‘



Tarpaulin Stolen

Thomas Atwell of “Douglay
Lodge,” Bank Hall, St. Michael
reported that a tarpaulin, valuea
$110, was stolen from the motor
lorry M—631, which was parked
in his yard between 5.30 p.m. on
Thursday and 8.00 a.m. on Friday
It is the property of Messrs Mar-
tin Doorly & Co.

Further Evidence Taken
In Murder Case

Further evidence was taken be-
fore Mr. G. B. Griffith, Acting
Police Magistrate of District “A’
in the case brought by Inspector
G. Springer against Carlton Brew-
ster of Dean’s Village, St. Michael,
on a charge of murdering Norma
Haswell of Field’s Gap, Bank Hall,
on September 7, 1951, at the Gar-
den Land, St. Michael. Mr. W. W.
Reece, K.C., Solicitor General, ap-
peared for the prosecution and Mr,
L. A. Williams, barrister-at-law
for the defence. The hearing of
was adjourned until
to-morrow at 10 a.m, when further
evidence will be taken.





EXHIBITIONS AWARDED

The St. Michael’s Vestry at
ihe’r meeting yesterday filled two
vacancies which occurred at the
end of last term at St. Michael's
Girls’ School.

The awards were made from
the list previously forwarded to
the Vestry, and on the recommen-
dation of the Headmistress, the
Vestry awarded the Exhibitions to
Katherine B. Howard and Joan
A. King, both of whom are already
pupils at the School, and who
were the next two in line on th
list.

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the street facing the Advoc ‘e’s
Circulation Department for ¢ it
five minutes yesterday evenii
The eason? the lorry M—v752

blocked half of the road and bro-
ken bottle was strewn over the
other half of the road.

Some cartons containing empty
two-pint bottles slid off the lorry.
The “jingling crash” the bottle:
made as they struck the ground
alarmed people in nearby offices.
The broken pieces of bottle were
soon removed.

Schooner Wrecked
On Route To
West Indies

LONDON.

A tiny schooner Nellie Bywater
reputed to be the last of the
coastal sailing ships, was wrecked
off the coast off South Devon by
one of the worst storms around
Britain for 25 years. The ship, with
four women and girls aboard was
going to the West Indies to take
part in a film. The Captain’s 17-
year-old daughter and a seaman
are believed to have been drown-
ed, but the rest of the crew were
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Printéad by the Adverste Co., Ltd., Broad St., Bridgetown

Tuesday, January





15, 1952

PIONEER WORK

LAST Saturday the London Daily Ex-
press commented on the resentment which
bicycle manufacturers of the United States
were feeling against the successful inva-
sion of British bicycles into the markets of
the United States. The next step, warned
the Express, would be the imposition of a
heavy tariff on British bicycles entering
the United States. This, commented the
Express, would be quite proper because
home industries must always be protected
against foreign. But the moral for the
United Kingdom was clear. Britain could
not expect to earn dollars by selling bicy-
cles to the United States at the expense of
American bicycle manufacturers. There-
fore, concluded the Express, Britain should
give up hopes of balancing her trade deficits
in the American market and concentrate
on the markets of the Commonwealth.

The experience of British bicycles points
amoral for the West Indies. Jamaica, Trini-
dad and Barbados have all approved legis-
lation to aid pioneer industries apparently
in the hopes of attracting capital to the
West Indies from the United Kingdom and
other countries. They are all finding that
the passage of bills is not sufficient induce-
ment and that colonial Income Tax Legisla-
tion does not free outside investors from
the oblgiations of the income tax legislation
of their own countries. The position with
regard to investors from the United King-
dom has already been noticed by the
Regional Economic Committee and by the
West Indian Chambers of Commerce.

It is indeed a very strange position in
which the West Indies find themselves, and
in Barbados the full significance of the posi-
tion is only appreciated by a few. That is
because the moral of the British bicycles
entering the United States and competing
with American bicycles had not been
learnt before the Pioneer Bills were pass-
ed, Pioneer industries to be successful in
the West Indies must produce and manu-
facture goods which are now largely pro-
duced and manufactured in the United
Kingdom. If West Indian pioneer indus-
tries are successful they will reduce pro-
portionately the output of factories which
now produce those goods in the United
Kingdom. Less goods produced in the
United Kingdom will reduce wages paid
by the factories which are producing less
goods, °

And the British Government will receive
correspondingly less revenue and income
tax from decreased British production. It
is therefore unreasonable for West Indian
Governments to ask the British Govern-
ment to lose not only the revenue and in-
come tax that must be lost through de-
creased production and decreased wages,
but also to deprive itself of the privileges
of recouping that loss through normal taxa-
tion of companies or investors operating in
the British West Indies,

During the wars 1914-18 and 1939-45 the
British Government needed money so des-
perately that it issued loans the income
from which was free of British Income Tax
to residents abroad. Comparatively large
sums in those securities are to-day held by
persons and companies residing in the
British West Indies, Even larger sums
would have been invested at those periods
had the United Kingdom Government gone
cap in hand (as the West Indian Chambers
Commerce and the Regional Economic
Committee would like their Governments
to go to the United Kingdom government
to-day) and begged West Indian Govern-
ments to exempt their investors in United
Kingdom War loans from paying local West
Indian income taxes. It is not difficult to
imagine what reply West Indian Govern-
ments would have made to any such re-
quests.

The whole subject of aid to Pioneer In-
dustries seems to have received inadequate
attention from West Indian governments
generally. The islands do not act together,
but independently in their race to “get in
first’: the interests of the United Kingdom
manufacturers and of the British Treasury
appear to have been completely overlook-
ed; and in Barbados where the subject was
first introduced in the Press with the
specific intention of giving aid to known
Canadian investors willing to build a hun-
dred-room luxury hotel, a Bill has been
introduced which gives no aid to hotels.

A great deal more pioneer work is ne-
cessary if the Government of Barbados is
to benefit from the Pioneer Bill passed last
year.











ANTIGUA CROP STARTS,

(From Our Own Correspondent)
ANTIGUA, Jan. 14.

VIGOROUS cane cutting throughout
Antigua over the past three days enabled
the Antigua Sugar Factory officially to
begin grinding a bumper crop at 6 am.
to-day with 800 tons piled in the*yard.

Despite excessive rainfall the quality of
the juice is higher than at the beginning
of last year’s crop.

ADOT |



BARBADOS ADVOCATE



HOW CALMLY WE

— SAIL THROUGH SUEZ!



| * From the liner Oreades PETER DUFFIELD

sends a

report on the Suez Canal— ‘still



triumphantly, franquilly open for business.’

ABVARD KMS ORCAULS.
HATEVER news-bulletia
General Erskine issues from

his headquarters on the west
bank of the Suez to-day—count
on one thing standing consistently
clear.

The Suez Canal itselfi—the 83-
year-old £57,000,000 waterway
which a Jet Age has failed to
reduce as the major passenger-
and-cargo link between Britain
and more than half her Com-
monwealth—lies wide tranquilly
and triumphantly open.

This transcendent Middle
Eastern fact is almost obscured
by recurrent Egyptian-sponsore«
sniping, shooting and _ sabotage
It emerges if you happen t
journey aboard any of hundreds
of international ships plying
between the Mediterranean and
the Red Sea.

The Canal is open for business.
And that business is shipping

Austerily

eeeerseserersensesenpe,

& of apoard the Orcades.

She is of 28,V0U tons (Me bis-
BeSt Snip to-day using the Canal)
und sme is bound for AUsWalia
trom ‘Tilbury’ with 1487 passen-
xecs—220 or more of them British
migrants—plus 612 British crew.

Sne has so far taken us
through a rolling, rocking Bay o.
Biscay, a pre - Christmas cloud-
ourst in Gibraltar, a wintr;
hristmas in Naples and a
Mediterranean so generally
gloomy that Groucho’s’ gag-
writer would probably write of it:
“The old gray mare nostrum—
she ain't what she used to be.”

Then we came to Port Said,
Mediterranean entrance to the
Canal. To anyone familiar with
“peace-time”’ (or pre-Anglo-
Egyptian crisis-time) passages
through the Suez Canal. Port
Said to-day marks the beginning
of an austerity canal voyage

It is an austerity that affects
the passengers only slightly: tho
Egyptians enormously.

Less than six months ago there
were two methods of “doing”
Port Said. One was to walk
ashore, see the sights, visit the
cabarets, comb the waterfront
shops. The other, to stay aboard
and hang over the ship’s rail,
shouting and _ haggling with
swarms of Egyptian boatmen
manning junks laden with colour-
ed pouffes, carved elephants, fancy
handbags, myriads of sandals,
watches, fountain pens, tarbushes,
shirts, wallets, purses, and
pyramid-engraved leather-work so
dear to the tourist heart and so
essential to Egyptian economy.

To-day there is no “doing” Port
Said. British passenger-liners
no longer tie-up at the main
waterfront: British passengers no
longer go ashore,

ee a= 7a

lean A ga el an

Public Health

To The Editor, The Advocate—

SIR,—Miss__Ibberson’s _ letter
relative to Blood Donors in @
recent issue of the Advocate re-
minds us once again of the urgent
need for a comprehensive scheme
of Public Health education for
Barbados,

Is it not a reflection on those
responsible for our Health and
Medical Services that this lady
should not only give a pint of
blood to an individual patient but
also the time and thought to pub-
licising the need for more donors.

You, sir, have always been
most generous in allocating space
in your paper to matters affecting
public health. But unless there
is a small pox or typhoid scare
how rarely do we see informa-
tive notes or articles emanating
from official sources. Why is
there this lack of enlightenment
regarding such a vitally import-
ant subject as health?

Col. Michelin has organised an
excellent Publie Relations Ser-

vice in his department. Is it not
time for others to follow his
lead?

“A, R. SAN. I.”

14th January, 1952.
«Talkers’ Parks”

To the Editor, the Advocate,
SIR,—The problems facing the
motorist in Bridgetown bear no
comparison with the nightmare
hazards met by the pedestrian.
\In many thoroughfares no pave-
ments exist and in others their
width is totally inadequate and
the surface ,broken and uneven.

To add to these arawbacks the
obstructions 1 encountered the
other morning in a few yards of
actual pavement space in a busy
shopping street were as follows:
ene large dustbin; e fair-sized
crate; a handcart; a lady seated
on a stool with a tray of fruit
in front of her; two bicycles
propped together against the wall;
another bicycle with front wheel
in a shop and back wheel ex-
tended across the pavement;
three people sitting on pavement;
four groups from two to four
people. Some with large trays
on their heads engaged in lengthy
and absorbing chatter.

When the replanning of Bridge-
town gets under way can we not
have lots of “talkers” parks as
well as car parks so that those
with nothing better to do can
jJeave’ the rest of us the compara-
tively easy task of circumventing
the dustbin. the handecart, the
huckster and so on and so oh

' MAKE WAY PLEASE.
14th January, 1952.



manning the small craft stared
up at our huge all-white liner, our
single yellow funnel.

We hung expectantly over the
ship’s rails as we glided into sight
of town.

A bumboat rowed out to meet
us. The three dusky Egyptians
spondent is at least proportionate
manning the small craft stared up
at our huge all-white liner, our
single yellow funnel.



The Egyptian bow' > t
a buyers

mari

“Hullo, Mrs. McPherson” shcut-
sd one Egyptian “how much for

e ship?’

We were not in a sellers’ but a
buyers’ market. iy

Shutiers avawa

S WE dreamed moodily of
toothy, tusky elephants made

of plastic and sold as ivory, of love
potions in powder form; of some-
one’s sister being offered in pro-
visional marriage, and of the
financial collapse that must await
the “feelthy-picture” industry we
slid past the famous waterfront of






the port town. Simon Arzt, the
tourists’ dream-department stove
(where I once _ watched an
Australian holiday-maker spend
£3,000 in a single Saturday
morning) had green vchutters
drawn tightly over its windows.

So had the majority of shops on
the espl nade. The palm trees
drcoped lower than ever.

The days of Port Said, the duty
free, “Welcome Stranger,” come-
hither town were surely numbered.

And so to No, 1 oiling berth,
just inside the canal itself, where
because no Egyptian labour was
availeble Royal Navy men came
to help unlead 795 bags of Service

mail and Egyptian police, polite
and docile to escort our one
passenger disembarkine in Egypt.
PTOHEN, the 100-mile trip

through the Canal itself,
High on Orcades’s foremast we

OUR READERS SAY:

Vo Nationalisation

To The Editor, The Advocate—
SIR,—With regard to a sugges-

tion I noticed in: Mr. Cuke's
speech re Electric Co. that 400
new subseribers be added and

load and shedding be brought in,
may I be allowed space to say it’s
better to have 400 dissatisfied
paid people in a community than
the whole number of electricity
users in a rage. I think we all re
member the misery of load
shedding 2 years ago, dinners
ruined when stoves went off etc.
etc. There are now so many
owners of deep freezes in the
island that I imagine the loss of
meat in a world shortage would
be serious.

Why not try raising the money
locally for new generating equip-
ment, on a guarantee of 5%
interest and no nationalisation for
25 years. Surely the Labour
Govérnment can find better use
for money in building another
hospital and technical schools,
than in buying the electric com-
pany bearing in ‘mind the fact
that every nationalised industry
in U.K. has increased its charges
to the public?

CONSUMER.
13th January, 1952.

Britain Also In Korea

To The Editor, The Advocate—'
SIR,—I fully endorse the senti-
ment of your correspondent who
wrote a letter published in to-day's
Advocate which expresses dcep
sympathy for the U.S.A, in the
fight against Communism in Korea,

However I was prompted to
write you myself as so little has
been said of the large contribution
being made to the same cause
by British and Commeonwealta
Forces. In Korea there is a large
group of the latter which includes
a Division made up primarily of
the British army, with troops from
Canada, Australia, India and New
Zealand, The British Army has
always beer in the thick of the
fighting in Korea and two Victoria
Crosses have been awarded. Men
from these countries are in the
Allied Air Force too, and a very
large proportion of naval vesseis
from Britain and the Common-
wealth are operating in Korean
Waters. A distinguished visitor to
Barbados to-day, Vice-Admiral
Siy William Andrewes was recent-
ly decorated by the President of
the United States for commanding
a large naval force of Allied ships
in Korean Waters last year.

It should not be forgotten that
Great Britain and France are
maintaining a great number of
fighting men in the Far East in
the same cause, even though in a
less spectacular way, by keeping





The fighters
flew three

the

white stars a white crescent
moon on solid green. On our
bridge was a French and later a
British pilot. Instructions were
signalled to us for our place in
tne Suez convoy, as .wradition hae
it, in French.

But it was Britain, Britain all
the way.

All day long small but signifi-
cant symbols of British strength
in the Canal Zone were in evi-
dence, The scream of ihe
occasional jet-fighter filtered
through our’ portholes.

As we moved from the Great
Bitter Lake into the last long
stretch of the Canal, our 28,000-
ton ship was ‘escorted,” all the
way to Suez by two three-quarter-
ton armoured cars, the iirst
bearing two men, the _ second
three men of the Royal Armour-

ed Corps. Like an enormousty
magnified punt moving in a
Thames lock, we carried on a

shouting match with them from
our ship-to-shore distance of nifty

yards. Every mile or two groups
of British Servicemen, mostly
paratroopers, gave us excited

waves or the wolf-whistle to cur)
prettier blondes. |

“Poor blokes,” commented one}

Australian assenger returning
from his estival of Britain,
“with all their wives whishe:d
away from them.”

Just routine

ITH the faintest:
through the sluggish waters

of the Canal, the Orcadep glided,

on into the Red Sea. |

Ships’ officers describe the
journey as completely “routine
for this period.” The harbour

health and police services of the |
Egyptians are as normal. Mais)
difference with past trips is lack |
of Egyptian labour.

The only special anti-sabotage |
precaution taken, the closing of |
lower portholes. No blacking- |
out, no firearms issued, |

We leave a Catal where the
vital bank is safe in Britisk
hands, and serene for the ship-
ping of all nations, Where long
lines of Nissen huts and the indi-
vidual pyramids of British tents
lay quietly in the winter sun:
where the Egyptian Army lies
impotently half on one side of the
Canal, half on the other.

And slightly shamefacedly we
leave the groups of British sol-
diers shouting as most soldiers
shout :

“You lucky people. Half your
luck — civilians.”

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check on Communism in Malaya,
Indo-China, and Hong Kong.

I feel sure Great Britain’s con-
tribution in the “war to uphold the
justice of freedom-loving coun-
tries” referred to by your corre
spondent is at least proproptionate

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| ON the first day of the New Year I nomin- |
|ate my Man of the Year for 1952. I mean}
within Britain itself.

His name? Sir WALTER MONCKTON, the
Minister of Labour and National Service.

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RICHARD AUSTEN BUTLER, the Chancel-
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Monckton, on the other hand, blessed by no
ecntroversial past, has been awarded the
medals of good will from all sorts of quarters
‘or his approach to his job. He has the whole
year to justify and consolidate his prestige.

He is now forming his own private brains
trust. He heads as good a permanent team of

ivil servants as you will find throughout
Whitehall, but he may well break away from
{em in handling the intricate labour preb-
lems of 1952. 3

And if he succeeds, as I think he will?

Why, Britain will have had a peaceful year
~with no major strikes.

One’s friendliest railway train is a purely
ersonal choice. For years mine was the
ne between Manchester and London, either
vay, any time.

There were always friends on board. And

yw the friendliest train is ripped and torn
by controversy — all because the Railway
“xecutive has asked passengers to raise the

rmrests to give an extra seat a side in the
ompartment.

Some irate passengers who have paid a

iilling for a reserved seat have told the
uthorities : “If we share our seats we want
ll or part of our shilling back, according
» how tightly we have to squeeze.”

Imagine Solomon, the Rebate Inspector,
raipsing along the full length of the Man-
unian with his tape measure, handing out
slips announcing his judgments—penny for
a small child, tuppence for a school boy, up
to a shilling for the portly types.

The inspector will at least have time for
his job. The Manchester-London train now
takes 3 hours 50 minutes—-35 minutes longer
than in 1939,

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rather attempt to explain, Aneurin Bevan
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against privilege. That did it.

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made this forecast : In ten years there will
he no general practitioners—only diagnos-
icians. ‘They won’t treat patients, only sug-
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to that of the United States of
America. [I know one Officer who
has been on active service in the |
British Army continuously sinc }
1936, on the N. W. Frontier of!
India, The World War, Malaya anc
now Korea,

Yours,
R. W. R. OLIVER (Col.)
“Harcliff”,
St. Lawrence Gap,
Christ Church.
12th January, 1952,

The Dean’s Sermon |

To The Editor, The Advocate—

SIRI was very pleased
when I read what the Dean had
preached about last Sunday; the
Ist Sunday of the Epiphany.

He said in part that every
layman should examine himself
and lead a Spiritual life in this
New Year especially those who
in the past Year have not lived
up to mark. I thoroughly agree
with these remarks and would
lay particular stress on exam-
ining ourselves and making a
fresh start,

I am very glad that the Dean
has taken this matter up as a
whole as it will no doubt, bene-
fit the people of this beautiful
and happy island of ours, and
the only way to do this is to
“get the assistance of God.” |

Thanking you for space and
hoping that this will catch the

eye of all our people, rich and
poor alike,



; M. V. TAYLOR.
“Stratham”, Worthings,

Christ Church,
11.1.52.

Congratulations

To the Editor, the Advocate,

SIR,—Please allow me to offer
my congratulations to Mr. Egberi|
McClean and his choir — the St.}
Michael Combined — on the
celebration of twenty-nine years
of hard musieal work in our midst
which has greatly added to the
social life of the community all |
along the years. Music is hard|
work and to keep a choir in train-|
ing for twenty-nine years requires
c@urage, perseverance, and|
patience These qualities were!
amply demonstrated on the 30th
December when the choir render-
ed an excellent programme of
beautiful Christmas music at}
Queen’s Park which a lovely and|
happy audience thoroughly en-
joyed from start to finish.

BERESFORD BURROWES, |
10th January, 1952,

| induce students to become general prac-

| Seas visits, special large-scale entertainments

attend.
“Unless,” he qualified, “there are drastic
shanges soon. And there’ll have to be to

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ecently one woman was telling another with
leep vigour : “Yes, she’s the most unpopular
woman in our parish.”

There was a momentary silence as they
furtively weighed me up. But they couldn’t
drop the subject.

I guessed the identity of their unnamed
target before the end of the next sentence.

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as a whole” ? or |

(4) LORD HURCOMB, who draws £7,000 |
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TUESDAY, JANUARY 15,

1952



St. Michael’s Vestry Congratulated On Unopposed Retur

Committees Appointed

THE VERY REVD. Dear Hazlewood, Chairman of St.

Michael’s Vestry, yesterday

congratulated members of the

Vesiry on being returned unopposed, and exhorted them
be regular and punctual during this year.
In offering his congratulations, the Chairman said that

}

he thought their return for another year was a token of

the confidence of the public and an expression of satisfac-

¢
Of

The Cha.rman ooserved that dur-
ing Ule past year there were times
wen to.ey Gad not nave a quorum
me id not proceed with we
&, 4nd secondly it often
happened that members turned up
late.

He asked members during the
year to make a special effort to be
regular and punctual, and extend-
ed to them best wishes for a pros-
perous 1952.

Mr. C. A, Brathwaite replied on
behalf of the Vestry, and thanked
the Chairman for his kind re-
marks.

The present method of making
appointments to the various Boards
and Committees of the Vestry,
whereby older members are al-
lowed to serve for longer periods,
and younger members not given
an Opportunity, was criticised by

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Mr. J. N, Hewitt when the matter
of appointments came up at yes-
terday’s meeting of the St. Mic-

hael’s Vestry
Out-of-Date System

Mr. Hewitt termed the present
Sysiem “out-of-date” and su_j that
relative to the appointments, he
felt that appointments to the vari-
Ous boards and Committees should
be rotated. He said that they were
all elected by the rate-payers o
the parish, and it was their duty
to serve the parish as well and as
ably as they possibly could.

He also observed that the great-
er portion of business done by the
Vestry was through its Boards and
Committees, and said that mem-
bers could only have an oppor-
tunity to serve the people by using
their best judgment when it came
to nominations to th e various
Boards.

He noticed that year after year
the members of the various Boards
and Committees were returned,
and he therefore felt that such a
system should not continue. He
considered that if a member served
on a Committee for five years in
succession, it was quite enough,
and junior members should be
given an opportunity to learn the
work in order that they too might
give of their best to the com-
munity, He would therefore sug-
ges{ that there should be a change
in the system of making appoint-
ments, and every vear, one or two
junior members replace some of
the old members,

Mr. A. R. Toppin and Mr. B. A.
Weatherhead also favoured the
idea of giving the junior mem-
bers an opportunity to serve on
the various Committees and
Poards, and said that they were
quite prepared to resign from any
Board or Committee in order that
a junior member might be given
an opportunity to serve.

When the

appointments were
made later, this suggestion was
followed and Mr. D. G. Leacock

Jnr. and Mr, Toppin resigned from
two of the Committees in favour
of Mr. Hewitt and Mr, T.W
Miller.

Westbury Cemetery Commissioners
Mr. E. D. Mottlev, Mr. H. A. Tudor
Mr. A. S. Bryden, Mr, J. W. Hewitt and
Mr. T. W. Miller
Reoresentatives, Housing Board
Mr. E. D. Mottley and Mr. H. A. Tudor
Trustees, Governing Body of Ha.rrison
College
and the Churchwarden
fex officio) Mr. F. C. Goddard and Mr.
D. G. Leacock, Jnr. ‘
Representatives to the Diocesan Synod
Mr H. A_ Tudor to represent the
Vestry. Mr. T. N. Peirce and Mr. C. A,
Patterson to represe.nt the Cathedral.
Pews and Sittings Committee
The Rector, The Churchwarden, Mr. T
Bowring and Mr. D. G. Leacock, Jnr
Queen's Park Committee
The Churchwarden, Mr. C. A. Braith-

The Chairman

waite, Mr. Hi )A, Tudor, Mr. A. S
Brvden, Mr. FE. D. Mottley, Mrs T. W
Miller, Mr V Chase, Mr. J K. C
Grannum, Mr. A. R. Toppin, Mr. B. A
Weatherhead and Mr J. W. Hewitt

Tax Relief Committee

whole Vestn’,
a quorum
Street Lighting Committee

The whole Vestry

Trustees, Estate of H

Ths Churchwarden and
Goddar
Scholarshi

The
form

any 5 members to

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Mr. PF. C

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The Churehwarden, Mr. C. A. Braith-
wait Mr B A Weatherhead, Mr
se Miller, Mr A. P.. Toppin, Mr
H A. Tudor, Mr. J. K. C. Grannum
md Mr. Hewitt

Playing Fields Committee

The Churchwarden, Mr B. A, Weather-
head, Mr. F. ¢ Goddard, Mr. V. Chase.
Mr. E. D. Mottlev. Mr. H, A. Tudor,
Mr. C;C Br Mr. D. G_ Leacock,
J Mr. J. K. ©. Grennum, Mr. T. W
N Mr. J. W Hewitt and Hon. V. C
c together with Mr. A. F. C. Mat-
thews, Mr W. W. Merritt, Mr. L
lynch, Mr, J M. Hewitt, Mr, H. EB, E.

Thorne, Rev. K. A. B. Hinds and Caply
A. M. Jones
Hurricane Relief Committee

The Churchwarden, Mr. C, A. Braith,
ite, Mr T. W. Miller, Mr. V., Chase,
J. K,. C. Grannum, Mr B. A
utherhead, Mr J. W. Hewitt, Mr
A MeKenzie and Mr. J. M. Kidney

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lion by the rate-payers in their ability to run the affairs
the parish, He was sure that they would continue to
work tor the good of the community.

Larceny Case
Struck Out

A decision of Police Magistrate
Mr. G. B. Griffith, was varied by
the Judges of the Assistant Court
of Appeal, Mr. H. A. Vaughan «nd
Mr, A. J, H. Hanschell yesterday
when the Judges struck out a case
the Police brought against Errols
Wright, charging him with stealing
a gold wrist watch. The Police
Magistrate hed dismissed the case
but the Judges struck it ou
through want of jurisdiction.

The complaint had been wrongly
made out. It left out, “... in the
parish of St. Michael.” Mr, George

Farmer appeared on behalf of
Wright.
Wright had been accused of

stealing the watch from Edwin
Clarke of Sandy Lane, St. James,
on November 5 last year.

Clarke said that he went to the
Roxy Theatre on November 5 and
when he parked his car he forgot
hic watch in the pocket of it. When
he returned, the watch was miss-
ing. He reported the matter to the
Police.

P.C. Leslie Davis of the Blac«
Rock Sub Station who was de-
ailed to investigate the case, told
the court that when he visited the
Roxy the night when the report
had been made, he »sked Wright

nmong others whether he knew
anything about the wotch and
Wrieht denied knowing anything

about it He discovered the watch
wrapped in a niece of cloth be-
tween the rafter and the roof oF -
shed bv the Roxy. From further
information he received he
brought the case against Wrirht

DECISIONS
CONKRIRMED

Two decisions cf Police Magis-
trate Mr. A. W. Harper were yes-
terday confirmed by the Judges oi
the Assistant Court of Appeal, Mr.
H. A. Vaughan and Mr. A. J. H.
Hanschell, Mr. Harper had given
judgment for Beatrice Knight of
East Point, St, Philip, in a case
Sydney Parris of the same district
brought against her _ claiming
£1 1s 5d. He also gave her judg-
ment in a case she brought against
Parris and his wife claiming 14/-.

Parris is a shopkeeper and
Knight was also a shopkeeper.

Parris claimed that since Knight
had stopped keeping a shop, she
had credited goods from him.

Knight told the Court that she
had only had goods to the value of
$3.92, but before she had stopped
keeping her shop, Parris and his
wife had credited goods from her.
When Parris asked her for the
money she owed him, she sug-
gested that as he owed her more
than she owed him, he should de-
duct it and pay her the balance,
The balance, she said was $3.37.
Judgment was given for her in
both cases.

POCKET CARTOON
by OSBERT LANCASTER

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District Market
The Commissioners of Health
Advisory Committee to the Churehwarden
and Guardian tn respect to the
Nighteagale Home
The Chairman, Mr. E. D. Mottlay,
Mr. John Beckles and Mr. Victor Chase

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C.J. Postpones Re-trial Increased Price Of Milk

Of Shop-breaking Case

The Hon'bio th) Lord Chief Justice Sir Allan Collymore at the

Court -f @

breaking until
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various reasous it was decided th
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in this case this session.

Considered By Vestry



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AN APPLICATION by Mr. C. W. Springer for an in-
crease in the contract price of milk supplied by him to the
Poor of St. Michael was postponed when the matter came

3 sri “8 yest» $ : e . ’ ,
in which Th eet Clarke Gene ie — Son aes ~~ up for discussion at yesterday’s meeting of the Vestry
tho next sitting of the Court of Grand Session in and 2 Committee was appointed to go into the matter with
4 ‘ to me YW rec 5 e estry
for? dismissing the jury the Hon'ble the Chief Justice said: he pe . : matte ‘5 ee nee nd mes $0 w" Bry n.M
“Thore was to have been a retrial of this case this session. For _ The Commitee is comprised of the Churchwarden, M1
at the case be postponed until the McD. Symmonds; the two Guardians and Mr. B. A
next sitting of this covrt, and as bail is available for the accused Weatherhead
not await his retrial in prison. j
“You will not therefore be called upon to hear anything further Mr. Springer in his lette; VESTR }
You may go now with the thanks of the Vestry stated that owing to ine
island for your services, but for other reasons which may arise this fact that milk production

Court will )- adjourned until Mo:





nday, January 21. have now reached a “new high











ec LMG TIONS



Berier the session an Assize jury doliberated for two and a S asking for an increase in the
j half hours e 4 failed to agree whether 26-year-old Theophilus Clarke ontract price of milk supplied to @ Fiom rage 1
was gui “f breaking into the shop of Hyslep Blenman, the poor of the parish, in line with ~
situated at ~ voedsid> Road, St. Michacl, on June 15, the price fixed by Government 3 St. Andrew
Counsel ia the case were Mr. Henderson Clarke K.C. for the 134 cents per pint delivered in _ Mr, S. W. Benjamin, Mrs. E. E
accused and Mr. F. E. Fisld for tho Crown. The case was heard bulk Bourne, M.C P.. Mr. McD, Cnana
before the Hon'ble Mr. Justice G. L. Taylor. ler, Mr, G. L, armer, Mr. W. W
Fon Oe) ee Ais Mr. Mottley counselled the Ves- Foster, Mr. L. D. Gill, Mr. J. A
wpe try to be very cautious in taking Haynes, M.C.P., Mrs. &. V. Roe)
steps in the matte ang advised Mr. B. SAYaugnan, Mr. S. A
e
them to get all available inform Worrell.
an hn l ues Ol tion regarding the present price Members of the other Ve
now paid to Mr. Springer, and the follow:
cost of milk when the present St. Michael
contract was awarded, He how- Mr. T. Bowring, M1 ( :
oe e ever intimated his intention to Brathwaite, Mr. ©, C. Brown
TV . l ts i vote for an increase on the contract a A. S. Bryden, Mr. V. W. A
: Ou J S n a ¢ price, Chase, Hon. V. ©. Gale, Mit
Mr. F. C. Goddard, M.c.P., a. |
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TOURISTS visiting Barbados during the coming tour- Price of Feed J. K. C. Grannum, Mi a
‘ taliban’ acl ondles Hewitt, Mr. D. G. Lez K
ist season will have a large quantity of antiques and locally Hon. Mr. Vv. C. Gale suggested & D. “Mottley. Me is erm ia
made articles to choose from. Local antique and gift shops ee comunittee, should be Symmonds, Mr. AR.‘
a ec Oo go into 1e@ «matter Mr. H. A Tud N }
are well stocked. : carefully, and said that there was Weatherhead can e T uw |
At Gorringes’ Antique Shop, Upper Bay Street, some no doubt that the price of animal Miller
of the finest diamonds and antique jewelry in the island let Se did ene ties” a St. Thomas
can be seen. Some of the silver pieces date from 1700. they could just sit around that , HONS J. Mahon, Mr. R. 1
and plain baskets, a large quan- table and work out what increase se So i. Sendiford, M
On display is a beauti® “1 hand- tity of locally made sweets, hand- should be given. He felt Viat if . . D. aaa Mr. A E. Cave, Mi
made Dublin piece datea '777. made clothing for children, wool- small committee went into the bv 2B Gill, Mr. J. c. Thorne, M
There is also an old Militia +1ece jen articles such as sweaters and matter and reported back to the S. A. Walcott, Mr. W. T. Goodin
of solid silver but gold co a booties, crochet hand bags, khus Vestry with recommendations it end Tats 2, A Watson.
ce 1s CUSTER a eats ae whus grass. by beac ada shay) Wark, would be the wiser course, Thet : Christ Church
weighs 130 ounces, net eo bead _necklat 28, a were a committee would have all the Mr. G. C. Ward, Mr. F. C. God
a George III teapot made by pottery, turtle she work, ou necessary facts before them. He @@'d, M.C.P., Mr. C. S. MacKen
liam Bateman. china, pottery and antiques are felt it was fair. thé he , zie, Mr, H. St. G. Ward, Mr. A. (
Another .choice George II! all in stock at the Self Help ; 3 op es Tart Bhat Wey “hoyle Gittens, Mr. C. M Dr: yto N
piece is a silver salver dated People join the Association and 8!Â¥e an increase in view of the fact LE Webster M - Vv = ay ihe M
1739. Teapots from 1768 in a subs ribe these articles. They that the price of feed had gone Mr. ¢ oie aie pr hare
George III Chippendale cabinet, fix their cwn prices and the Self UP, as well as the price of petrol. re - B. Brandford, Mr. G A
silver bound, and chinese pieces, Help receives a -ertain amourit Mr. B.D, Mottley in agreeing Ashby, Mrs H. A. Talm Mi U
including Pekin enamel are also of money from the ssle with the suggestion put forward by Parravicino, Mr. H G. Garnt
age ees Hon. Mr. Gale, hinted to the Ves- Mt. C. Ifll, Mr. M. E.R. Bourn
There is, a_ large nase of try that the Committee's recom- ®°¢ Mr. 7 a: a
George III snuff boxes and some 7 mendations, if accepted by the St. John
very good pieret coe 1S is Lull In Schooner Vestry, should take retrospective ae C. C. Greenidge, Mr, }
portrait of a court beauty by effect. deC, O’Neale, Hon'ble G. D. 1
ater Lely, a painting on panel r rile . L. Bawrow ies
ean Dutch i aaT of the Trade After Amag & toc arenes "an
soventeenth century and a neck- Mr. J. W. Chendler 7
} he a cae Dince 1Y9Z2 siepped in, Wieie tas ‘ ee » 3. W, Chendler, Mr. N. }
F ” ae ac nappniren, been a luis in ne scnooher wade Mau Gets First Qalf Howell, Mr. Ww L Hayne e
Woo arving : With Barpaaos. Yesteraay, ont) ; Mr. C. N, Reece.
A very attractive piece is th¢ seven senooners were in narouur ,, Phe Judges of the — Assistant St. Georve
angel, carved in pear wood by while the week before Corisunmas, Court of Appeal, Mr, H. A Hon'ble G. D. L.. Pile, Mr. A. C
Grinling Gibbon, one of the fin- lune number of schooners in port Vaughan and Mr, A. J, H. Han- Goring, Mr. A. H. Gorine. My
est wood carvers of the Charles jiver reil below 20. schell yesterday agreed with the ¢ 1, L. Sealy, Mr. M. A. Will hal
I period. Pie re aiited Se Mr, Leonard Cheeseman, Mana- 4ecision of Police Magistrate Mi son, Mr, W. A. Yearwood Mr. |
‘cern A pene autae the last 8@P Of the Schooner Pool, toid thcg’* W. Harper that Charles Cat- Ss, A. Douglas, Mr. R. BE, Kine |
i hag OMmnee ¢ ~~ Advocate yesterday that for Christ- well of ape be ging < St. aoe Mr. D. Jordan and Mr. &. M |
yar. s . as ' > ~ pr vere WaS not entitlec 0 two calves Shilst .
Ld ell slabras, fam- ™4S, most of the schooners were i IK . ¥ iilstone,
Old French candela ae oe in Barbados for their crews to Which were born from a cow, the St. Phili |
ous in France, dated 5 sroperty of Louise Ar : , St. in
miners’ lamps, and an early Eng- Spend the holidays here pier ty OF Mouse Armstrong of Mr. D. D. Garner Mr F, 1
lish cut-glass four-foot ‘ceiling Since Christmas, he said, the Six Roads, Mayers, Mr. A. T. Skecte, Mr, P
chandelier are all at Gorringes’. schooners have left for various Armstrong nad given a c lf .» ®, Skeete. Mr. H. L. Smith Me
Mr, Victor Gorringes told the islands aes mer will load cargo'‘Catwell to keep in August 1949, R. St.C. Weekes, Mr. A. FP Creer
Advocate that he receives a new for Bar| mae, | he “Marion Belle with the agreement that when the idge, Mr. D. Rrathwaite, Mr. § Pp
piece nearly every day. He caters Wolfe", “Philip H. Davidson”, calf would have grown up, its first Blades and Mr. 1. Webstey
to most of the tourists who visit “Frances W. Smith” and “Frank- i

Barbados. Some of them buy his
articles to sell again in shops in
the U.S.A. and Canada.

He came to Barbados three
years ago from Worcestershire,
England. Apart from selling ar-
ticles, he gives valuations on ar-
ticles and identifies correct dates.

Mr. Gorringes said that his
antique shop is well known
throughout the world. Three

years ago when he came to Bar-
bados, the majority of Barba-
dians were not antique minded
“They are getting so now”, he
said.

At Prince’s Gift Shop in_ the
Aquatic CTub yard, there is a
large variety of eastern goods.
This shop was opened about a
month ago and it is run by Mr.
Dayid Gorringes and his wife.
He is the son of Mr. Victor Gor-
ringes and is “a chip of the old
block.”

Lainpshades
He has in stock all types of
lampshades of various colours

and designs the prices of which

are from $5 upwards, He also
has many old stamps, orienta)
goods, a Chinese mahogany set

and’ Japanese Satsuma ware,

On sale are many Indian san-
dals, turbans, brass ware, Indian
silk carpets, silk scarves and
embroidered kimonos,

Mr, David Gorringes said that
he is trving to stick to eastern
merchandise. He has only been

Barbados*a year
Also in the. Aquatic Club yard

in

is the Mayfair Gift Shop. This
has a good selection of local
good Louis L. Bayley’s Shop,
also at the Aquatic Club, has a
good stock of figurines, boxes in
reelain and arch. trays. .
Some of the most beautiful

baskets in the island can be seen
at the Women’s Self Help Asso-
ciation in Broad Street. There is
also a large number of attractive
nahogany trays and boxes, s

Hand paintings and souvenir
books of the island, native dolls
and hand carvings, embroidered

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issue would become the propert>

lyn D. R.” are in British Guiana. of Catwell.

Among them, cargoes of rice, tire-
wood, charcoal and little fruit will When the calf grew up, it gave
soon be brought up. birth to two calves. Catwell told

Smaller schooners which arrive the judges that he had left the cow
here with light charcoal from St. and two calves in Vineyard Plan-

The inquiry into tr
stances surrounding, the death

Inquiry Adjourned

cireum

of

Elmina Hoyte of Government Hill,

Lucia and fruit from Dominica, tation to graze and had not found St. Michael was adjourned until
St. Lucia and St. Vincent are ex- them on returning, He went to January 21 by Coroner E, A
pected to make calls around the Armstrong who had removed them McLeod at the District “A” Police
end of the month ind who gave him one calf, He Court yesterday

In port yesterday, the “Timothy told Armstrong that more than Hoyte was stabbed to death
A. H. Vansluytman” was discharg- one calf was his and asked her for #20Ut 8.15 p.m. on Thursday
ing firewood, the “Zita Wonita’ helf of the value of the other calf January 7 on Government Hill
firewood and charcoal. Both shins $24 ' The mother of the deceased sac
called from British Guiana. ' that her daughter left her home

Mr. Cheeseman expects the Armstrong's agent admitted to at Government Hill, St Michael
; : . for a walk sometime during the
schooner trade to be bristling by|the Court that Catwell had cor- afternoon of January 7. Later she
early February. rectly told them what had hap- jeard someone say that her daugh-



pened, but Armstrong claimed the
whole of the second calf as the
agreement was that Catwell w
to get the first calf and the firct
had been givén to him

ler was dead

‘Planter’ Calls For
Sugar And Runs

Mortuary

The Harrison liner S.S.
ter arrived at Barbados yester-
day evening to load a cargo of |
sugar and rum for London, The |
Planter is consigned to Messrs
Da Costa & Co., Lid a

Lighters of sugar were ready |

when she ia

Just Received —
a fresh shipment of

PURINA CHOWS

H. Jason Jones & Co, Ltd.

for the Planter ar-
rived, but the ship did not begin
to load until this morning, Long- |

shoremen were working from yes- ia

terday morning loading the light-
ers. |

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AGE SIX BARBADOS ADVOCATE TUESDAY, JANUARY 15, 1952
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ages a we
& LA S S I F it D A D S PPhaciasc sell ane 00s —— | OFFICIAL TICE SHIPPING NOTICES
i NO |
| . | There are vaeancies for sopranos in| i
TELEPHONE 2508. oe s tthe above named society. Please apply | BANE \DOS IX THE cOoURT OF CHANCERY | ——————— — ———— ess .___eee
all pi CRN eae are ea REAL ESTATE Ss Hud Pendle, Pine Hil, St iénee of the Chancery Act 1906, I do hereby give notice to all persons MONTREAL, AUSTRALIA AND NEW, ¢& 4
lichae so 1 ee ee 1ing any jfstate right or interest to any lien or encumbrances in et ZEALAND LINE LTD. e as -
r rr r Engages > ) | 2. 1, 52—Bn | affecti he property hereinafter mentioned (the property of the defendant) to MANZ LINE The M/V “CARIBBEE” wi
For By ths. M ge Er agement FOR SALE } TOR BALE. ON BANT \———— bring ctore me en. aeepu t of their claims with thei witnesses documents anit accept Cargo and Penpesss for
seneineens vs : — ARCHVILLE—Sargeants Village, Christ | vougher to be examined by me on any Tuesday or Friday between the hours of M.V. TEKOA is expected to load at Dominica, Antigua, lontserrat,
Ste bass cosa per word foc sack | cur Yes wiles fran Town, Govt. water| LIQUOR, LICENSE NOTICE) [8 ro" 208 9 cee a ath dev of ‘Moost Registratio® Office, Public Building:.| Australian Ports for Trinidad, Barba | Nevis and St. Kitts. Sailing Friday
ainurn cen te neon ae Flect an 2 ing y | ° cs ridgeiuwn, lore the 4th day of March 1882, in order suc 13 | dos, Bermuda ly J a - isth inst
pnades ghee at as, ee AUTOMOTIVE lA. L. May i, Atasoene aaineuctng tet keocee Oh te Wmae I . ee may be reported on and ranked according to the nature ait Phew mires ing at Barbados. suet Maeeh oun. The M/V “CACIQUE DEL
oe eee ‘ , ; ae) ee See ee Michael] resp'ctively otherwise such persons will be precluded from the benefits of any| This vessel has ample space for chilled : . ’ ar; 1d
Notices onky after 4 p.m CAR: One (® Standard 8 in good| __ LST Noa De aa 15.1.53-—Bn | ues Cane at eee ae. Malt deci be deprived of all claims on or against the said weetenien Pete herd frozen, and oe A cargo . ee — 9
wor . " , : sp ornaacensaiineal tet Aquors es xttom floor oF 2- * s s > St cia, &§
Sls eahees: tab ‘abbeeeeeeeeehs: OME CME ta’ MEeraeen ee Soe CRATE. Well-constructed 6ft square| storey wall building in Church Vil Paintin HUGH OWEN SAINT CLAIR CUMBERBATCH Cargo accepted on through Bills of Vincent, Grenada and Aruba
Birth Marriages, Deaths, Acknow-| Road , 18.1.52-—2r by 4 ft. long, suitable for Garage,| st. Michael Defendants: WALTER FRANCIS REECE and + Lading with transhipment at Trinidad Sailing Wednesday 16th inst.
ledgements, anc In Memoriam notices is} 2° : | fowl ee Horse Bex. Best offer|” Dated this 11th day of January 1962 SELMA CATHLEEN REECE PATTERSON eee Windward and Lee- The M/V “DAERWOOD" witl
5 ; ye $ a y ov a 4 € 3 ; ri Dei wr . rr » ace * e
oe oe Wome cars ent Se oe Sundays! CAR; One Prefect Ford in exesilest Apply: Ralph eee awe, en nna | 8% 2: 3. SE, PROPERTY: FIRSTLY ALL THAT certain piece or parcel of land (former! ot Tucia, sst. Vineent,, Grenada
ier ‘any nee a oe Oe to , 84} condition, five g6d° tyres Ring 3018 , 14. 1.5a—2n | Police gistrate, Dist, “A parteof the lands of Kirtons Plantation) known as “Robin Hood” situate in tho| For further particulate apply, to— and Aruba. Séiling date to be
: — E ary Ree ip ine 15.1.5a—4n} pais 2 Peterae ae V ie eee part of Saint Philip and Island aforesaid containing by admeasurement 4 acres rw, WITHY & Co,, Ltd. notified
S per on Sundays PAA -caleateiaaearerieas ti lertesininseninrnmeainemaamummmaalS “STEWARTVILLE or rant.| 3 roods twenty ye c : a yund: 5 iN ,
additional word CAR One Brand New A-40 1961] wore ot eae A Aa gee lm N _B.—This application will be consid« the fost en I Serve ce athe Gitesns an the South ‘op .sieee rouk on Bw =r tanto m8
Model. Apply to M. C, James, Bate, ‘ » at ered at a Licensing Court to be held ete! ' a c . i ‘ ;
- wien a — P }on 13,198 square feet of land extending \St Police Court, Dist, “A”. on Tuesday] (oe west Gn yg public — war. oe, eet ALE Serene or DaCOSTA & Co., Ltd. Consignee. Tele. No. 4047.
: Swen SUG ac sagisaseeaiemen | tn, Te ee meee ee Sees j22ncd day of January 1952 at 11 o’elock re cee the tome Sey ee _ ont BARBADOS.
DIE leo 4 of land Ss Roa’ SOAP ACEO
i CAR _ One 1934 Chevrolet Car parts for The house contains drawing and dining |, , piece or parcel of la situate at Six Cross ds in the said parish of Saint awl. nts bts tet,
eg ene —_—_————- | . ne at © Th rooms, 3 bedrooms, kitchen etc. electric- | * G. B. GRIFFITH Philip and island aforesaid centaining by admeasurement one rood thirty eigh: ————————
sale in perfect condition. Apply: ‘oris , perches or thereabouts abutting and bounding on lands of The Grove Plantation
WARD—On January 14, 1952. Mrs. Cath-| Jordan, Boscobel, St. Peter.

vants rooms in yard.
Inspection by appointment with the
undersigned. " i
The property will be set up for sale . .
by Public Competition at our Office P l N
James Street, Bridgetown, on Friday | 0 ice otice
18th instant, at 2 p.m. j
YEARWOOD & BOYCE
11,1.52-—Tn Six Recruits are required for
PROPERTY AT CHEAPSIDE jthe Grenada Police Force. Appl
One large substantially built two cants must be between 20 and 2c
storey wall building just below Sin ars of age, 5 feet, 7 inches it

on lands of Thurban Plantation on lands now cr late of one Holder and on the
public road or however else the same may abut and bound THIRDLY ALL THAT
certain piece or parce! ot land (part of a larger area of land known as Johnny
Ward containing Eight acres one rood ten perches which was formerly part of the

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lands of Kirtons Plantation) situate in the said parish of Saint Philip and Island I

aforesaid containing by admeasurement Four acres two roods or thereabouts abut- , ,

15.1,.52—-1

erine Ward (better known as Aunt 12.1.5%—2n
Kate. Her funeral leaves her late
residence near Alieynedale, Black Rock
ut 4.15 o’clock this afternoon for tify
Black Rock Brethren Room and thenc
to the Westbury Cemeter'

Florence Ward td grter! Juliar

Ilda, Winnie Ward and Elsie Straker

(grandchildrer 15.1.58







ity and government water installed. Ser- | Police Magistrate, Dist. “A

CAR-—One Buick 8 (J-1) in excellent
ondition. Apply: L. N. Simpson, Guinea
Plantation, St, John. 12.1.52—7n
——$————

CAR—Chevrolet Sedan 1946, Dial 3326
” appointment to inspect it Offers
nvited 13.1.52—4n
ae

CAR--Smail Merris 8 Touring Car, in
good working condition, good tyres.
c sult J. Downie, near Bibys Gap,







the same may abut and bound FOURTHLY ALL THAT certain piece or parce) CANADIAN SERVICE

of land (part of a larger area of land known as Tank Field which was formerly .

vart of the lands of Kirtons Plantation) situate in the said parish of Saint Philia From Halifax, N.S., and Montreal,
and, Island aforesaid containing by admeasurement two roods one and seven-tenths
verehes or thereabouts abutting and bounding on lands now or late of Adelaid? Expected Arrival

MEMORIAM







public market, standing on 54,000 sq











So eT lis Rood, St. Michael. 1.0 Maron, | Demtie, KES lage of 190: Th josee) and have passed Standarc Clarke on lands now op ate of one Mr. Beetiwe prancis Recce and Selma Cathie: ere es we neaeeen
GIBSON: In ever loving memony off CAR BARGAINS—One Morris Oxford, Sittabie os guest one ae pend yf ee is halal B Koupe Petiemen 204 op 2 seek Wh. Sommnan poe ping a pine. tbe eae sae a a ane ‘ uh . 3 aap 3 Jen. 4 SRDUAEY

Ethele: . The es "e Sensor ; ne 1.00 pales, ore Stanterd ¥ meee Scott, Sgamestoe cane , . 15 2n PP" al ” . es Tr | “lela” (formerly part of the lands of Kirtens Plantation) situate in the said paris. , 5 ‘A VESSEL” : is Feb 21 Feb. 6 aah

Eth done 2,600 miles. One SM1500_ Singer. District “A” at 10.00 a.m. on Fri Mf Saint Philip and Island aforesaid containing by admeasurement Two acres two] s.s..“A VESSEL” . ‘ 7 Mar 40 Mar 26 March
eee ee. oe eRe ien nia eee Se i lg Sgr ord Roadster | ROCKLEY NEW ROAD—Ney"® Taint Jaws, 18th January. 4 ods twenty perches or thereabouts abutting “and bounding on lands now or tats See ee ae ; er
> tir mar . * taint ‘ Sind " 2 a ullt- t. = “HEL a a n sides on la now or late of Kirtons Plantation on
To live in, oemary Of those you | extitieht conditign. | Phape 4488, Ratna" | Etdearas. Standing on aprox. 18/000 | RT. MICHELIN, | | Siner wands of the said Walter Francis Regog and Selma Cathleen Reece, Patterson UNITED KINGDOM SERVICE

The Giirouw a 4132-1 ——

eq. ft, land. Entire house built on large | 1 i te
scale comprising three bedrooms all to Police Headquarters,
the East, spacious bathroom etc, kitchen, | Bridgetown,

‘of tama Gomme or however lve the see us aban ey", ie] FROM SWANSEA, LIVERPOOL AND GLASGOW

sid parish of Saint Philip and Island aforesaid containing by admeasurement one





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. - Trace dining and living rooms, with wonderful | }¢ @ ar 95% cr or thereabouts abutting and vounding on lands now or late of Marchfiela Expected Arrival
PERSON AL i: aad Chrysler Royal going cheap coulc view of Golf Course. Corresponding | 12th January, 1952. lantation on lands now or late of William Jervis et al on lands now or late of Swansea Liverpeol Glasgow Dates Bridgetown,
conltn | ta ands ‘tate . cea Fort | ‘mount of space underneath inclusive of | 13.1.52—2r Lo eph Howard and on the publie road or however else the same may abut ans 7} i a Barbades
: ——__—____=—] Royal. Garage Ltd. Telephone 4504. | servants make bath and tollet, garage | ound. 8.5. Yip ROGENANG” 5.5 38 Sem.” 8 sand ae eS, ROGENAES” .. 19Jan, 25 Jan 30 Jan. 15 February
The public aro hereby warned against P ‘ 51.526» | ‘94 area suitable for large hobby room ANNOUNCEMENTS Bill filed: 16th October, =
Wiving @Fedi; to 3 ife GWENI rN ve laundry a ated: 3ist December, .
DARD. ince PUISHELIS as T do not : “por further information phone, 8481 | wVER: eeieos H. WILLIAMS, UNITED KINGDOM AND CONTINENTAL SERVICE
nyself respo he 7 ELECTRICAL Sundays) 2205. Week-days 8 a.m rt 2 m. | Registrar-in-Chancery eee ame
contract ; febt « t —— 5.1, 52—3n GLADIOLI & DAHLIA” 1.1,52—41 saa Expected Arrival
my name unl writt o " DEEP FREEZE—One_ second hand a Qitieke ane nee takher” tadeee\ otek ntwerp Rotterdam London Dates Bridgetown,
by mo 7 PRESTCOLD Deep Freeze in good work- \Giadioli and Dablias for delivery in ico ecient eeinecsaerenemes i itr A ACAD. |. «| RUNROVER as se pS _ Barbados
ERIC McDONALD GODDARD ing condition, Apply Hastings _Hote AUCTION December 1952, parties interested in s. Li zi 5 Jan an ‘ap 10 February
Four Roads Nursery,} Utd 11.1.52—6n | booking please phone 4442, T. Geddes —_— — ——___— Se =
19.1. 8a~2n nip ; orannerrr mearnsii ota | Se anaes raat GOVERNMENT Agents: PLANTATIONS LIMITED — Phone 4703
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LOST typewriters. Known and used the world ’ ‘ . J * pie ie
== == - over. K. R. Hunte & Co. Ltd. Dial] 10 Sheets Wallboard, 6 Car Batteries, 2. Under this Order (a) the maximum wholesale and retail
t WAT 1 4611 or 5027 55 pkgs. Cornflakes. 30 Tins Baking eei)i tees “Rish— ” s follows: —
White: Paes » 18. 1. 5230 | Powder, 7 Cartons Mixed Nuts and also selling prices of “Fish—Fresh” are ai .
a ee to mt fall _____.-—__———- | Ladies ‘Shoes, Children Shoes, and 40} ———__——_ ceeetencntiy hs Ga NT ES Oe
Lane Si. M TYPEWRITERS Olympia Portable Tins Sweet Biscuits, Office Rails . my . . | RETAIL Say” SORE. sunwae ne
is. 1 Typewriters, 1952 Models, price $140.00 | Jalousies Screens and Lumber | e ot . ! 4 §
“a Pee ertiion of these superb machine: | Sale 12.90 o'clock. ‘Terma ca%h f Doe ys a ARTICLE WHOLESALE PRICE PRICE S.S. “OCEAN RANGER” sails 4th Jan. —arrives B'dos 15th Jan. 1952.
NOTEROOK—Between 9 a.m is invited. A. G, St, Hil. Dial 3199 BRANKER, TROTMAN & CO.) ‘ WN a J (not more than) ; (not more A STEAMER sails 25th Jan.—arrives B’dos Sth Feb. 1952.
1m. on }%th dnnuary from 1.1.52—In.—e.0.d "Auctioneers } ft than) A STEAMER {ls 15th Feb.—arrives P'dos 26th Feb. 1952.
Cutting ie block a licietestallaninenasiccantaamesnanin sitar - are a ———_—_ —_— — - a 2
leaf Note Fir et CAMERA--One a) Speed Graphic 12,1 52—-2n. | ———— | —— NEW ORLEAN:
to M : : i ; > a EANS SERVICE
o Mr, Rogers up gamers eoconlete ie Sash Cun ane ] Fish—Fresh: a Kiathadin ta shy é STEAMER sails 2nd Jan.—arrives B'dos = oo 1952.
BE a a ee p ndapter: | TBantations Building. | UNDER THE IVORY HAMMER | (a) Bream, Snapper, | 30c. per lb. (ex beach or STEAMER Sails 16th Jan—gprives Bidos sist wan, 1008.
—_—_—- — & ' . Lid., Plantations Building | A STEAMER sails 30th Jan.—arrives B’dos 14th Feb, 1952
¢ pgp oiNge up tine Rane age i ae fy instructions received from the | Grouper, Amber boat) : ve ++ | 36ce, per Ib. ee NL TT
ree! Dicky i Insurance C 1 will sell on Friday Fish we | yy
seamen Piakwick, Gop aad Stestins MISCELLANEOUS January “tein, at, Messrs General “Mot | be ee souTuBOUND i: Saree
a oars es ey oe Bus Co. Nelson St. (1) 1950 A-a0 ee |
Advocate Adve Dep own ~ 1 Sale ; 96c py < ¢ : .
o1a be given ee - rane | Austin Car. Damaged in accident) Sale Stop Pyorrhea and (b) Dolphin, King-] 26c. per Ib. (ex beach or|30c. ,, ,, Name of Ship Balls Balls aaiieas
5, 1, s2-tn| AGRICULTURAL FORKS—Just | ar+) at 2 p.m Terms Cash. fish boat) Montreal Halifax Barbados
cont Le Get okies ey JOHN D VENCENT GRIFFITH Trench Mouth AS oe :% “ re oa S.S “ALCOA POINTER” .. .. 25th Nov. 51 28th Nov. 51 8th Dee. Si
———_ AYLOR & Su Auctioneer. S.S. “ALCOA PEGASUS” .. . — 4th Dec. 51 24th Dec. 51
=a —- 15.1.52—1n | 15.1. 52—4 | . ; 95 ig S.S. “ALCOA PL eR” am 2 cc. § 8
ANNOUNCEMENT hcieliicteceonsnceneialiceaepinediannntnicarte de as | in 24 Hours (c) Albacore, Bill}|22c. per lb, (ex beach or|24c. ,, ,, BS: ae A PL ANTER * ‘ aah Pec. a1 cath Jans ta
CORN—At Rock Plantation, St, Peter, | Bleeding gums, sore mouth, o: loose $ i . boat Z aM ay TEAMER ee s* y. 52 21s 7
- = 615-6) ET Le NOTICE | teeth mean that you are a victim of Pyor- Fish, Barracuda ) | ROBERT THOM LTD. NEW YORK AND GULY¥ s€RVICE.
were 1 did Rance . i. rhea or Trench Mouth, or some bad disease

that will eventually cause you to lose all

eyour teeth and have to wear false teeth (d) Flying Fish .. [| 6c. each (ex beach or boat) | 7¢, each APPLY:—DA COSTA & CO., LTD.—CANADIAN SERVICE

before your time. Since the great World

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13.1.62—-1n | War these mouth diseases have spread in lots of not less than 25
} eee — | throughout the world so that now se en-
| PERTILIZER DISTRIBUTOR — Massey NOTICE | tist ay that four out of over ave people a ROBERT THOM LIMITED
. aa Savage are sufferers sooner oF} ra 1 . 3 oi a
arris. Courtesy Garage. Dial 4816. PARISH OF ST. ANDREW are sufferers sooner OF ater Mictore it is | (¢) Seine Fish PLANTATIONS BUILDING, LOWER BROAD STREET
8.1,53—@n The following persons having with- | too late, because they often cause not only Mackerel, Ca-
ED BHEite A limited) drawn by letters to. me ae eandicates, 10 | the loss of, teeth, but also chronie Fheums- GLa ie : Passenger Sales Agents for:
hee cist ne 7 wa 2 Pa Clection to the Vestry of St. Andrew:— | tism and heart trouble. ‘ valy Johns, Trans-Canada Airlines, B.O.A.C. and B.W.1.A.
Enquire Auto Tyre Company, Trafalgar} © 1 nr a a poral Ww ee | New Discovery Saves Teeth Jacks, Sprats, ALCOA STEAMSHIP COMPANY
{ ny Streets. P > 5 rewster, ash, . ee moson, the discovery of an Ameriet 5
& Spny Streets. Phone 2600. an, | D._P. Hope, and £. Smith | cclentian. fights these troubles in a new Bonita, Herring,|22c. per Ib, (ex beach or Telephone No. 4466
I therefore declare the following per- | a « way. It penetrates right to the Goat Fish ue boat) is au i. 24c. per lb.
—_— - ——-—~—— | ing to be duly elected Vestrymen for | trouble, stops gums from bleed-
One SPRAY PAINTING arte? the your 1903:— | very int ay, guickly sakes Sbe . SS=S=—=—"—>—>>— Kx
Perf pond t ly: S - yea wee soreness out of your mouth, en 7
casero 8. W. Benjaman | fictions the teeth Tne following wetter | (ft) Pot Fish —— .. om ste iad Pl FOR SALE |
\ 15.1 52@n S . urn om . Bas v
: McD. Chandler ‘Armosan users get: "T suffered from Trench \ ORIENTAI | ODDMENTS at Trelawny Hnst-
er - fst aT ae rrhan for be SL a NTS at Trelawny Hast
SANATOGEN WINE—Contains all the G. L. Farmer Bins ware fre. aud bleeding weet cea (ge) Shark... af _ 16e. 3) on ings Main Road near St, Matthias
eetive principles of Sanatogen in a W. W. Foster = teoth, while saverc! other tecth Gap. Large Freezer, Florence
picasant form, — Tonle and Restorative L. D, Gill xotsing Looser all the time, J tried IRS Stove, Cots, Mattress, table, chairs,
KNIGHT'S LTD 15.1.52—2n J. A. Haynes ngs and Shan Feats oe Ed _—— ~ * - dressing table, Congoleum etc. |
" al a ara leat E. V. oe ys ne had ee lane (b) the items “Fish-Salted” and ‘Oats (Feed)” have been de- SILKS, CURIOS, ARTS Apply on premises.
Sede Puopiee, Rittons ete. 81.95 Pk SA Worrell” | cr sefenete En ay oul dlenppetrace leted in their entirety from the Control of Prices (Defence) | {{ VENDEMOS, SEDAS, | 14.180--1n
eeding Puppics, ens © 7 , t . . a .
| xranrs LTD. 15.1,62—2n W. D. JORDAN | my iocse teeth were much tighter and thes (Amendment) Order, 1951, No. 22. OTe Nant Maine SSS
" ea _—— . zi , cone. F a Foals sa sal soiled een 1Dos
7 St. A . ) Te
|, TYRES—At last, now. obtainable in Parish of Ot ie beta Guaranteed 14th January, 1952. 15.1.52. DE LA INDIA CHINA e {
Darvas, the amous truc and ast 7 ©
i . i so iast and so certain EJIPTO (
car tyres and at reasonable prices. Se Sager. SER Re a iat ateed to stop your gums
nies them at our new showroom or dial 461) NSE NOTICE | i , end sore mouth and tighten ° | ’ LS if
PROFESSOR WEEKES br 3027, K.R. Hunte & Co., Lad. ee = Daisy Jackman, | Your -eeth to sour complete satisfaction oF PRROOB9S penetonoenenneneoesnoeenyonnre eet THANI’S
P c 5 inoney back on return t age
I beg through this mediu PUR canted te cea et ae Shopkeeper of Bay Street, St aMiohae n't iake * chance on osing your teeth or Pr. Wm. Hry. St. Dial 3466 '
s De 8 n “int s edium for permission to sell nie * | er iB the dangers EE rheumatisas ty al ’ Situated on a high Ridge at
inform the public and whom 1 Liquors, &c., at bottom floor of a 2-| jeart trouble. Get Amosan from your — by Top Rock standing on 19,000 sq. ft.
may pins ay ; from Januar FOK RENT storey wall building in Upper Bay St henust today under wee oe Suerte a i ary pees. bedrooms, m4 “large
oti 5 City. fi a Z the Lounge, separate Dinin Room
Ist, 1952 A.D., I w be referre D “ 952 i nothing as th “ be i ning .
’ « ' ated this 14th day of January 1952. | : M s Li e, M er 2
to as Professor Wee'ses (the sam: | > re “S. ‘BY GRIFFITH, Esa. | FAVRE DSRAMceccnice pro AMERICAN Special . i un Lounge, Modern kitchen, 2 \
person known as C. N. Weekes for | HOUSES Police Magistrate, Dist. “A | For @vorrhea~Tronch Mouth 2-BURNER KEROSENE with hot water. All the Bedrooms

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fully tiled Bath Rooms and Toilet

having Built in cupboards, outside Sy

{ 2 Car Garage, Servant’s room, {
Children’s Play Room, Toilet, & |)
Shower. The Gardens are well

ON LEGS laid out having a dual Entrance.

the past 57 years), “From tht pe eee

N B.—This application will be consid- | SODA PSSD9SOSSI FO PS FSFE,
ered at a Licensing Court to be held | 8 %
at Police Court, District “A" on Friday | ,§ %
the 25th day of January 1952 at 11 o'clock | $

Y . FLAT—One (1) three bedroom flat un-
Reading of my School” Professo1 | turnished at Abergeldie, Dayre!ls Road.

Fimer BE. Knowles Copyright 192¢€| Dial 4255. Mr. E. C, Field.
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Three

WALCOTT:
3 WORRELL:
WEEKES:

(From HAR

9
W’s
186
160

66

SYDNEY, Jan. 14.

IN A HURRICANE OF HITTING, the West Indies’

famous three W’s came back

into form at Launceston today,

when they massacred the Tasmanian bowling to the tune

of 436 for three wickets.
B’dos Win Ist

Golf Match
Against 'T’dad

Barbados
well against



have started
Trinidad con-

golfers
the

tingent as the first match in the y

Golf Tourney between Rockiey
Golf Club and Trinidad got un-
derway at the Rockley Golf Club,
Christ Church yesterday. This
match was the four-ball best bail
and Barbados ended up with an
aggregate of 15 points while the
Trinidad golfers had three points
to their credit.

It was apparent that the Trini-
dad golfers were not yet in their
stride and the lay out of the
ground perhaps presented an ob-
stacle for them. The golfers we
blessed with fine weather with
very little wind blowing.



In the match between Messrs
B. Wybrew and K. Hunte (Bar-
bados) and E, Collins and J.
Sellier (Trinidad) at the end of
the ninth hole the Barbados pair
were two up against their rivals
and they went on to win the
match without conceding a point,
For this match they chalked up
three points. Messrs F. Morgan
and J. Egan (Barbados) also
made three points against the
Trinidad pair Dr, Campbell and
J. Gollard.

In the Ladies game at the end
of the ninth hole Mrs. R. Wilson
who Was partnered with Mrs.
Vidmer for Barbados against Tri-

nidad took 39 strokes to coyer
the green thus she and Mrs. Vid-
mer were five up at the end of this
hole against the Trinidadian pair.

Walcott hit a tremendous 186
but even so was briefly outshone
while Weekes drove and pulled to
a terrific 66.

Worrell was his immaculate
self as he swept his score to 160
with faultless skill.

Altogether it was a triumphant
day, and raises hopes of a great
vietory in the Fifth Test.

SCOREBOARD
TASMANIA vy. WEST INDIES









A WINNER

BARBADOS ADVOCATE





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TUESDAY, JANUARY 15, 1952



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Jamaicans

At The Nets

The thirteen
turned out for

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Jamaica players |
practice at 2 30
p.m. yesterday. They took things
easy and were obviously getting
themselves accustomed to the,
pace of the wicket and the gen-'
eral conditions.

Pace bowlers Stan Goodridge
and Roy Miller gradually work-
ed up some good pace. Good-
ridge moved the new ball out-
wards and cut the old ball back
from the off.

Miller’s deliveries gained con-
siderable pace off the pitch and
he bowled to a good length.

Of the batsmen the crowd was
pleased with the easy grace of
Neville Bonitto.

England Win









TASMANIA ist ENNINGS
2. Morrisby b Atkinson 13
R. Thomas ¢ Rae b Stollmeyer 43
R: Thomas © Hag b Stolimeye Fourth Test
Ferguson 12
R. Richardson run ott 0
p Newman b Stollmever “ KAMPUR, India, Jan. 14
<. Schmidt run out, 58 England defeated India today
@. Goodwin tw wore 2c by eight. wickets in. the fourth
). eaves einen i Test of the present tour and thus
N. Diproge not cut 2 clinched the series, The first three
© peers ore 1s Tests were drawn and one remains
a jo be played England was in *
Total 223 winning position yesterday and
L soon dismissed the last three
pial at teen a Ist Innings 198 Indian batsmen this morning for
Stollmever Ibw 6 GoodWin 12 the addition of 32 runs.
Worrell not out 160 This left England needing 76
Weekes ¢ Laver b Thottitis = for victory and they were knocked
10 off in good time for the loss of
43 two wickets.
Toto! (for 3 Wickets) 436 Malcolm Hilton's six for 61 in}
ot India’s second innings gave him}
BOWLING ANALYSIS , the match figures of nine for 103.
— Oo MR w WEST INDIES CAPTAIN JOHN GODDARD bowled by Miller for Tom Graveney claimed 48 of the
Cawley ce 8 1 21 in the Fourth Test in Melbourne on December 31 last. 76 England runs. The final score-
Goodwin 11 0 56 : Wirephoto, board read England 203 and 76
Diprose 15 £ =. % for two, India 121 and 158. —(CP)
Newrnin s 6 Sst 6}
Schmidt oo ae 8
aie ‘' = "| Hi Ho Disqualified In First Regatta
The end was six-four in favour ;
of sear pedes. tial “i (By Our Yachting Correspondent) Jackie os with his —
The other Ladies game—Mrs. ’ co ! > : ic ence, scored an easy win. He was
MacIntyre and Mrs, askell ver- HI HO, skippe red by S rack pecs which seiureed jn the lead throughout the race.
sus Mrs. J. Deaton and Mrs. to racing this season, was very un ortunate in striking < He did the race in one hour, 43
Hyde (Trinidad) ended at four- beagle on Saturday when the 1952 yachting season Open€d minutes and one second, Invader
vane er cree led. nt with the First R.B.Y.C. Regatta. She started first and skippered by her owner, Donail
yiayed. the singles will be) sailed beautifully, ending second. She was however dis peu, iat eR ee
€ . ‘. 1 ir, « Ss a
qualified. . ; : 7 seconds. Clytie, the scratch boat,
She did the three laps in two hours, 12 minutes and skippered by Sydiwy Nurse, was
49 seconds while Rascal, skippered by George Stoute, third. Her time was one hour,
which defeated her, did the race in two hours, six minutes 4 minutes and 43° seconds.
and 44 seconds. Perhaps the most interesting
George Stoute used his good good as Rogue she kept ahead of results were in the “D” Class. I
judgement in sailing Resoluve. the others. Her time for the race must take this opportunity to
Hi Ho led for two rounds, In the was one hour, 39 minutes and 30 correct a statement I made on
last sound he overtook her seconds. Sunday. Hurricane, skippered by



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between herself and MiscHief; Not that the racing was poor but
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watch. She dropped out midway| Four started, Skippy was dis-

between the western and; qualified, leaving three in the
the Bay Street mark, race,

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Rogue, skippered by Gerald
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Scamp, five minutes
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Lowest Temperature: 67.5 °F.

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(3 p.m.) 29.921

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TIES1UV JANl'AKY IS. IS! BARBADOS ADVOf \TF PAC.F. FIVE St. Michael's Vestry Congratulated On I nopposed Return C.J. Postpones Re-trial Incimmd Price Of Milk Of Shop-breaking Case ^mkhred By Vestry {.hmmitteee Appointed i RIVD Dean Ilazlrwood. Chairman of Si viday congratulate.! n : being returned UDOPpo—& tnd txborted tha %  %  • %  : and punctual duru.u this n M in| his congratulation:., the Chairman said that hi their return for another year was a token o( the confidence ol the public and an expression of Mlhrffrati •payttl in their ability to run the affairs of the parish. He was sure that they would continue to H 'xl of the community. for relief from Larceny Case Struck Out I I d Ihiil ill %  %  I ceed itn MM .: i m Mdl*j it often turned up MMBbtfl during tin A decision ot h>lu< M t-ffort ic> be Mr. QB. Griffith, win \ | victual, and extenditie Judges L f the Assistant Court %  %  i.' [w %  pro*of Appeal. Mr. H. A. Vaughan nd IW1. Mr. A. J. H. HanscheU \ i on when the Juditc> struck out n c*s" • I V.Mry. and lh..nkeo the Police brought again*! Errol. the Chairman for hla kind reWright, charging him wiv%  i mart a gold writ watch TI., • Method of making Magistrate htd dltml—d ihease I the various Boards but the Judges struck It on I '< inmittccs of the Ve try. through want Of jurisdiction. I member* are alThe complaint had beer. Mm for longer periods, made out. It left out. "... in the n.inbcrs not given parish of St. Michael." Mr George nullity, wa-. criticised by Farmer appeared on behalf of Mr. .1 N. Hewitt when the matter Wright. r>f appointments came up at yesWright had DOM .ncused ui meeting of the St. Micstealing the watch from Edwin Clarke of Sandy 1-iine. St. James. OB November 5 last year. Cbrke said that he went to the Koxy Theatre on November ." % and when he parked hit car he forgot watch in the pocket of It Whan nc he returned, the w .ten wag mltv '"" ing. He reported the mitter la "ie "'<> FVihec PC. Leslie Davis of the BUM Rock Sub Station who was Heailed to Inveetlgats tbt cam told ihe court that when he ail I Roxy the nluht when || Th* Hon %  • a Lord Chief Jasiic* Sn Allan Coilyraor* at Ike r 0 la *<• %  rday postponed the rrtnal of t*e caw i whtca T pJU'u. Clark' i charged by tha Police with akaay:-akiug %  -ivine of the Court ot Oiand Seaalsa la foi d nu-iiig the lory the Hon'Me the Cant JuUc said. Tii m to bar? been a retrial of this case ttalu aaaaton Foi % %  w decided that the case be poatpoued unit) the 'I.. ^f tbi. ccrt. *id — 'ail i* available for Ml | %  Ot await hi* retrial ui pri-ou. -Yon id not Uri.fore be called upon to tarn anyth.-. m Uu. cans Uu* -on Yon may go mow with thr thank' of lb* island for JGM -rvic^s. but far other ieaeaa which may arwo Una Court will I i d'cnnicri until Monday. January 21 | .oi A• tire Jury d-hb,r!-J for tw and a I railed f> agree w.'mhri *t> year-old Thsophilus Clarke t i leaking 'ito the "hep of Hy*I p Sl*mi*:v *ltnat*d at *!->d*ld' Road. at. Mlcha-I. on Jnti* U Counsel n lbs cass wore Mr. llmdaraon Clara? 10. lor tha aoctu.d a.. U r I rn!4 fer lb' Crswn. Th; caaa was heard before the Honblr Mr Justice O L Taylor Many Antiques For Tourists On Sale I'PI.U'ATION t> Mr C W Sputiun l tm prtO 1 in.Ik supplied h\ linn tthe i Mktl ml wu poatounaid wto UM mntti %  raay*i mMUng i f Uu Vi itrj i was ;ippx in ted 10 £o into khf BUttd with a VUr* i ndatlOaafl |0 tlM \' %  %  (' i i ol tinChurchwaj thtwo QunrdlaVH ^rid Mr. B A %  %  %  nllli i by Ci %  • hulk VESTRY ^LECTIONS fr.u I Si. Andrew Mr. s. \v Banjamin, M %  i'i. Mi G L i %  • %  A M fSfMr, Mi L D G ill, M| t. A %  Mr H .V Mambei oi th ounselled Ihe V%  ii,i advfaatt all avallabh %  nl \. f. C I vote for an incraaat on tho contract Mr. A | B vv A price • 'i tun of Date System Mr. Hewitt termed me preset) i %  %  uaihj roJaUV* to th*appointment* fell tnat appointments to the \ I Committal ab ..id Uiat ihajr all %  MCtad by the rale-payers o' and il m then dut> to MffVl H portth as well and a> ably ^ts Ihey possibly could. ,K '"' 'ftc S i-calhurt been m.d. he -k. M ,-,-.:,:. ..( imMiicaa done by the |m lnB nther wll( ., hei ,„. Ml( .., Vestry wa* through its Boards and n vii,int >1 teb and • %  m. and said that memWVlrhl denied knowinr i only h-vc an oppor,bo,.t .t H* discoverer tl tunit) to serve the |H*ople by using u ri ,,,,,rd Print of Feed Hon. Mi. V. COaf that a go i ^iiould ba ap|Kiinted to go into • i.iicfulU. and said that there m i the rafter a l|M Roy inmrwi'tfam he r brought i • i : .'ihinent when it came i DommatloM to t h < i irkw II M..I....I thai year after year br0 u K ht the case agalnt Wr>"h mbon of tno vartoui Boardi nd Ci>Miinittev> *ere relumed. 'hcrcfore felt thot such a dould not continue. He "iberoerved on i Commlttoa for five years in succession, it was quite enough. Uld mnior member.* should be Two decisions cf Police opportunity to kaun the (rate Mr. A. W. Ltarpai work In order that too} too might terday continued by the J their bast to the com(he Assistant Court ot Appeal. Mr. munity. He would tlieielore sugH. A. Vaughan and Mr. A. J. H hould be a change Hanschell. Mr. Harper hart g.vcn i the sytem of nuiking appointjudgment for Beatrice KB TOURISTS visitinc Barbados darlnfl tl> coming tourist season will have a large quantity ..: antiques and locally made articles to choose from. Local antiqui are well stocked At GorrinKes' Antique Shop. Upper Ba> Street, s.me jo doubt thai the pi of .he flvM diamond, and antique jewehy „, Ih. Ud £ j -• -Jj can bo seen. Some of th silver pieces date Horn 1700 1)M could >U1| ltl aIli i: and plain baskets, a large uuantable and work out what increase On display la a beaut'' I hand: ,t, ,,r |, ( .n, fTe fel t \I.H n mall aomnUttee went into th • Kh riHommendations it ree, conunlUae would have ail ihe necessary facts before then n Ml it wai fab ihel iho* I Id ir %  i Ml M / U. Ml. i Mi \ W A %  !. Mi < it HiiiHifoi.i Mi i a beaut de Dubun piece daten 'TH made elothlnf foj i hlldren, woolimall There I eleo an old Hiutia ice km arUclea eu i trod ,.,.'.. %  i. oine 111 piece and ^jnu* Kras^. ..• work !3o ounces. There <* also bead necklaces ash :, Georaa HI teapot made by Wllpottery. Uu Mam Bateman. chin aJfl Another eh.n.o QOOffSM 111 M |l m -u-k It IhC Bell H-l| OIU, Mt J r n M s. A. Walcott, Mi w : Mil Mr D, A w t'hrisl Church Mi G. C. Ward. Mr f t ( ;,,i p Hj I /ie Mi II St i; Ward. Mi A ASTHMA one small tablet arts quickly and effectively T NIahdhVaMM ircatmcDi lor A.ihma %  ao vunpk-. m sjaatat, M aahnfml AU vou da is .wal>>m >knoai ksuiwdui.K I | ; MMSJBj heslsag BBsaa amldt %  ) iehBMd on reaching the uontach and ii.il lojjsaolve Ihe gcrm-ladcn *> umulaUoat liKh vungcsl al tubes Ihi. BChMBaMM) lulan^cd prct>araiion brings the boon of easy breathing, and ha* the adrtii>onal advaatage of safeguarding the ininrt tioin the dread of thine >uJJm nerve-racking onaauigfau. Then iinching t.< Tear MMB RpaWMM lahlM anM hand! Thcti" h nothing to mk.i. itoihmit M BMSSS 1-phaznne has vtKCcrdcd in ae \-\ Atiht. Hi >n>hil> and Bionihul I'atanh Mssth r"**i" u 'l* MMMd hupcles* What il ha* done mt others, it ma J" hi me FOR ASTHMA AND BRONCHITIS TAKE G3IEE0CD 1 talS Sf all rssjittarce rMili i a iivota. t. MM IID. PO lw $ hlneee MUM--. Help n Tiirl lire also ,,f „„ „,>, f, DECISIONS OONPfRMEI) bound, Pakln Than II % %  larasj number of (leorge 111 snuff bones and some very good pa-tun dm* i a 4 i court hee iU ba Pewi Let) > pamUni on panel i an old Htm of the •veiite.-nth tenturv and . neck..tjgis( r of line blue sapphires. Wood Carving. A vei> attractive place Is the carved In peai <"i Wf %  rhUe UM GrTnuni Gibbon, one of tintnsrood carvem of the Charles lieriod. This carving UM le Lull In Schnomer Trade After XmaM li Mot it put forward b Hoa Mr i: ile hinted to Uu Vai> the OMnmitwe/i lennm i.v the Vosti '•fTecl Tabu \i •Vf-X %  %  iioooeci ^ > %  K bi maw i i %  ui 11 M %  onoonert n : %  : %  p < iSe.'dufmf 'Ihe-'lan g_0> *" ** Ma.. Gelfl Firsl Cklf The Judge* of the A I \ti II A VttUghai | Mi A I 11 11. .i. ' "i srlu tii -i %  %  A. W. llaiper that Chailes Celntry, st PhlUp, 1 evei v year, one or two gast Poinl. St. Philip, in .i ease %  %  mbers replace some of Sydney Parris of the same di-u 1.1 %  --i ounog issa — ftahrassm ysajtjnMj %  mbers. brought against her claiming m) "* % !" Tf ,l!*> '" Mr A. It Toppl,, and Mr. [!. A. U |g M. He also gave her |ud|. old rtanch eandelahras^ fainnws n %  ( he SCbOO. Weetberbead ajgo favoured the ,„ e nt in a case she brought agalnsi ous in France, dated 1820 old '" ^.bdos f th. dvtag the junior mommmi and his wife claiming H ndnere' lamps, and an .early Enjj,P 2il !" r h„;,m U K" -U ,Kbers an opportunity to serve on Pam. Is a shopkeeper nnd *h cut-glass four-foot celling M CtuMUnse ha mid, the rarloua Committees and K nignV wa also S 6 nopkeeper. chanrtelie. are all at Oorrtnig ; h !" l \ J"a aft lo. vart Amu-i.,,,, nad |< Il did Hid thai thai WOrC l2m."mimed Ihat since knwht -M' X^*?^"" *t ^iLCS^'^SJ^ 1 ^^^ W ta Au *" quIU prepared to resign from nv had .toppe,! keeping a shop, she Adrnrofe hat he recetves a new for H.rbados T I.. MaM It, Me W1[lt „„. .,„„.,„„.,„ ,„.„ „ Roar, or OcnmdthM In order tha, hu d rrcS!S goods from him. ff^L^^^TZ.SS: 1'S 5SSeJfflJL J 3 a?* '. "' " %  %  ">' %  '" "-< II of Ha. i I. D WH n entitle,! I' I si.ibtV,,,,. which were ln n dom ., ..-,, n i praparli of l^uhaj A^ntatroni ol Mr n Sn Roadi A hi I'.m.im IM... Mi Mi C. in Mi M and Mi T N Ptarci SI. John Mi C C Gemenldce dec 0*Naalf Hon'bae >. % % %  %  M) B : i t; Bunpaon, \ii M M N. Cb II. IN i Mi W 1. I| a Ml C N It.-.. si Qsjonre HcaVble 0. n I. Pile \i. A C Oorbtft Mr A II Gorii c L i. Bealr. Mi M A I on MI W A ^. a A Dougua, Mi Mr I) Jordan an, Si Phil it Oarnoi M A. T Matte a Junior member might ba given Knight told the Court tha %  nopportui had only had goods to Ihe value oi When the nppolntment* were J3.92. but before she had stoppe. itar, tin MO %  %  nd Mr. i>. a latneoi k H T th* Committees in favour "' Mr Hewitt and Mr. T. W W*.(bur> P SIIIIH '.—I>.fr. Mr r n MaUlas Mi II A Tudor •l'r-1M. J W llril| |l>d M T W UIUM M. r D Motua? and Mi M A Tudor Mr r C Goddard .nd Mr H n l^trork. Jnr R-.rri.M>Hix I. ih. Ul-^au .-•< Mr H A Tudr In i'|,r-viil tha Vttrv. Mr T. K. Pplrrr and Mc* A W mm — m in* rathadral r... ...I -m ,. I. r ttreior. Tji^ n,,, < • -i. I Mr n <•; i Barbados. Some of them buy his lyn D R." arc in Ilia h Gtuana to -ell gjaln in shops In A moo,; them cargm %  -• \. and Canada. wood, charciM.1 and little h ill Ha i would bn %  • %  %  the pro Mavf-ra. Mr. f • • Rhaete Mi n SIC Wesrima Mr A I Idire. ^Tr D hi %  !' %  %  Mi I P Ml I vv, i •• ,,t t Kwell The balance, she Judgment wa givt both cases. ild 0--%  rtk IIIBHWI %  %  %  k M ii a I V r I) M"lllev. MilW Mr V t*ha* Mr -. Mr A R Tnpfllli. h, rl .nd Mr J W l.< *.,.! I.IBBHII TliattMla Vrato any 5 I 1 Bahalar* r G keeping her shop. Parris and htt ,,,. ( .,.,„. . Bagbadoe three ,„„,,, ^ brought up wife had credited goods from her V( tis (Rn ,„„„ WiM „.,t t r shire. Smaller s.l,,.., When Parris arringes said that hla duet it and pav her the b dance antlQUe ibop is well known f3.37 throughout the world Three hei in vi*.11'ago when I ' i i. the majority of Barbadians were not antiuue minded Thev ,re getting so now', he isjd. At Princs Gift Shop In the Aquatic Club yard, there is a large variety of eastern g,..-lThis shop was opened about a month ago and It u run by Mr David Gorrlngca and his wile II., %  ,,., ..f Mi Victot CJoimd i %  chip of the eld bliN'k wi„ ihi POCKET CARTOON by OSUHKI LANCASTRR Mi e n M^I %  %  Mr T n A Wwnh*rd. Mi V CTiaaa r ti A Tudor. D O I • Wafl even i; Wi rtoMM Hood did la rnoatfOC'te fnU one %  mkole lot ot dinm V be! hr new aod ehleh arriv. h light charcoal from bM Lucia ami fru %  ind St Vino. %  pectod I end at the month In port "Tiniotin A. II. Vancluytman'' was dtachi n ng firewood, ihe V.it w,.i %  ood and charcoal Hold hi; called from BrtttBh Oufall i Mr Cheeseman em-%  schooner tradrto le h • i-arly February If grew US borth to In %  altn I dwell told %  %  ml two i ih. m Vln< %  ird I'I lni|iiir\ Atlj.Mrriicd slances surroundirik 'he di aU) rd timing il,.'. rOovt mment iMi talion to graze and bad DOt found s Mlchaal Mi. in on rcturnini Ha arani to 'antmry 2\ by Coronei r. at the 1)1 (il, t Armstrong who had removed then, M.I^inl HI, i who gave him one call H. ''" lol.l Al % %  ,| II-.'. ., omcalf tedhei fen •''" ti if of the value of Ihe other calf. S24 Planter*Call* For Sugar Ana' Ram Januai ^ 1 od < roverni Mt) Ihi i u the Cb ce ai ed sai' that her dauglit-i i. (1 -— at (iovtMiimriit Hill. St Michael M A m.ttcd to j m walk w motlmp dartug thl wHI '"" .,fe..,.-.n of January 7 Later sh'""> had hapbesrd someone say that her daugh•* %  A as dead Whole of Ihe second calf BS the She Iden'tfle-t the hodv to Dr aaveerneni %  twell \ B Cato who performed a i#' I th ( %  %  item examination al the I'uhli. given to him rl iary Lampshade* The Harrison liner SS PI He has in stock all types of Mc arrived at Banlampshades of various colours day evening; I end designs the prices of which .ugr and rum for London. are from $5 upwards. He also rianWe j s egnrtPHtrj I hamany old stamps, oriental OA Cosla Ar Co. Ltu nod %  Chinese mahogany set Lighter* of sugar wei panaaa SaUuma ware. for the PUmee wheat I On sale are many Indian anrived, but the ship did not I —,IK, i"3 'u load until this inonuni aearVM and ,,„„.„„.„ w ,. lp W( lklI1(( ,, te.da v morning loadlnsj thg light' %  I : JUAI Reeefved — a frt'sh s!ii[nwnt of IM IIIW MIOWS adjourned unl er K A" Poll ,. Mi J M M-. a. MI ii i: r. .cap*. Tlw CTi i.--i,.i %  -~.it.. ' Oassa ,...,,.,.., embroider."d kimonos. ivld riorrmges said that . to atldl io eastern i n Brbadoi %  In the Aquatic Club yard Ii the Mayfati Gift Shop This ,.. ..( local Lmib L It..-ley's Shop lb. has a %  .... • Of the most beautiful In the island can be Woman 1 Self H*|P ciatlon In Brood Street. Thi larsja number of attractive > •n.nhogany trays and boxes. Hand paintings and aouvenii books of the Island, native doll! It's School time Again GIVE THE CHILDREN THE BEST Order from J & R VARIETIES The Planter i I'-a'.c ..'• ; ,, ,, k ,,,. | inlca. H. Jason Jones Si Co., Ltd. For Men and Boys RADIAC BTBIPBD siiiKTs Mith two sepiirnle rollurs, eoul si\'e. All eseellmt bu\ at the pri. e I ,• It RHAKJ SIIIUTS ( Mam MttiMlwd with nice slnidi-. and made In MaasJ (|tialil> uialerial Two pri*.-. Karh TOWKI.LIM. SPOKT SHIRTS A ratl*] aasstli vhirl will) rid'ui • let | .nd zip fastenei' %  'i/i V -diuin. Kach l S Mens, Karh I.I. tied MM %  | %  f $8.21 $4.87 $4.54 $3.26 $3.73 llllllll.li ATHLETIC VESTS ^ f I l-.ll •>,l,l/lti4 II. i ,:' \ Rexall Products B IIS>l \.|ll( ( AIHIIMI IVurirr) Coagk M.MU, %  J I mini nraoi mrroPHOsrinTis cou....u 8 *j Inlliii'M/.i Mixl'triJ COD LIVES On. EMULSION L. AS III—.' I'uriii.-i j F ..I.VdlllN THYMOL j CO l.i,|„i.l T.mi. ;| laOUN roll.l.Kl; \-ilnuii Puudrr J !• I KNIGHTS DRUG STORES Will k—f < hrnlllhoil. ui just ilir riultl Icniii'i ,/<. ':'. i.. In in.. ( ... t, %  li.i prrfi-rl CENTS <>. inv nun is si,,-, s M Lug*. P. BOYS' SOCKS f „iiii> ol bahiam s, h, „ ATIII.KTH SI-ri'OKTKRS b Johns.,,, A Ji.hnvin uilh nrl ck Ml %  m. Iium & lariff. |-ir $1.02 $1.02 $1.76 $1.63 CAVE SHEPHERD & Co., Ltd. It, II. 12, & CI HKOAID DTBR POTATOBt POTATOK8 p-r lbs oom>BmsD MH.K CAHRH ClIKTHi: CRIHI'M OSAWrORD'S CREAM I HUTCH CAULiriXlWRR (wlil-t p-r Tin OVtt It OAUUTLOWU I Tin tll'TClI PEAB a CARROTS |*M Til DANISH SALAMI P-r It SMIIIMIIVS HTKAWHKItltlll.S. 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ESTABLISHED 1895

U.S., U.K., C’ada Plan To Streamline NATO

High Level Council
To Meet “Continuously”

By R. H. SHACKFORD
OTTAWA, Jan. 14.

The United States, Britain and Canada agreed upon
a plan to streamline the Atlantic Treaty Organization and
create a high level Council that would sit continuously like
the United Nations Security Council, it was reported
Monday.

This has been one of the major probléms tackled by
British Prime Minister Winston Churchill in talks in Wash-
ington and Ottawa.

Churchill and British Foreign Secretary Anthony
Eden, conferred here with Canadian Foreign Secretary
Lester B. Pearson, who is President of the North Atlantic
Treaty Organization Council this year.

Se ee Churchill ends his official visit

to Canada to-night with an ad-
Reds Almost dress to the Canadian state ban-
Truce Talks

quet. It will be the first public

address Churchill made since he
arrived in New York January 5
and will be the prelude to an ad-

PANMUNJON, KOREA, Jan, 14.

The Communists almost broke
up the Korean armistice negotia-
tions to-day with the charge that

dress to a joint session of the
United States Congress Thursday.
the United Nations Command was
lying. “As representative of the

Here Churchill and his associ- |

ates have been going over in de-}|
U.N, Command, I shall not sit
here and listen to unfounded

tail talks in Washington—especi-
also is one of the major sources
charges that the ae Command

of uranium for atomic energy.

Barter Deal

The three nations also agreed
on the general terms of a barter

ally problems of raw materials
is making deceitful proposals and

and atomic enérgy. Canada is a
major supplier of aluminium and
lying,” Rear Admiral R. E. Libby
angrily told the Reds.

deal involving American steel,
He denied the Communist |atuminium and Malayan tin. In-
charge, demanded an apology, and] formed sources said that the

finally proposed a recess.

“You cannot intimidate us,” re-
torted the North Korean Maj. Gen.
Lee Sang Cho, but he agreed to
the recess.

The heated exchange took place

in the Armistice Sub-Committee, i ‘“
debating the exéhdngs of war that she can continue her rearm

: é The U.S.
prisoners aftér Libby had eon-|2™ment programme. ;
tended that the U.N. Voluntary !2eeds TO) Wacbh the Aiea z:
Repatriation Plen ‘contained ad-! Britain ore a. 435,060,000
vantages for both sides | Compaey, anada $25,000,
| seid ie? setter ae wes. Oo cacelvs

The Truce Supervision Sub-'@O@ in return she was ;
Committee also recessed until 200,000 tons this year ard 220,000
11.00 a.m. on Tu@sday after the ,tons next year. : ;
Reds strayed from the subject to} Sources close fo Churchill, said
accuse the Allies of sending planes|that the barter deal would loan
over the Red Chinese maihland. |some of this aluminium to the U.S.
The Chinese Maj-Gen, Hsieh Fang | to relieve the immediate shortage.
echoed Radio Peiping’s charge | This, would be so on the under-
that 16 United States planes on |standing that in future years the
Sunday flew over Mukden, the in-|U.S. would ensure that Britain’s
dustrial centre and probable Chin- |needs were filled:
ese militarye headquarters | for wt Gens em ; however,

Marieburia. dtd a ifivolve
pri¢es, because essentially, it was

A Far East Airforce spokesman
offered only this comment on the!an exchange of materials rather
than a purchase.

charge: “I can assure you that the
Reorganising NATO

details still remain to be worked
out, and, a formal announcement
is expected from, Washington on
Tuesday or Wednesday.

Britain had been asking the
U.S. for 1,000,000 tons of steel so

Far East Airforce is confining its
aerial activities to North Korea.”
Maj. Gen. Claude B. Ferenbeaugh
of the U.N. again pressed the
Communists in Sub-Committee to
agree to the ban on military air-
field construction duing the truc
as “your first positive indication
of sincerity towards a stable af-
mistice and . peace.”

Fang refused on the ground that
the Allied demand constituted in-
terference in North Korean’s in-
ternal affairs.—U.P.

U.S. ROVING
AMBASSADOR

WASHINGTON, Jan.

South East Asia and the Middle
East also oceupied much of Mr.
Churchill's time.

next Atlantic Pact Council at Lis-
bon, Portugal, which now may be
pestponed until late February.
The idea would be to model the
NATO Council on the U.N, Se-
curity Council plan.

The NATO Council would meet
“continuously” at NATO head-
quarters. —U-P.



Churchill To Leave Soon

14.

President Truman has nomin- LONDON, Jan. 14.
ated William H. Draper, junior, Mr. Winston Churchill will
New York banker as Roving; leave New York aboard the liner

Ambassador in Europe under the

Queen Mary on Wednesday Jan.
Mutual Security Act.

23, his office at No. 10 Downing

—U-P. Street announced .—U.P.



U.K. Troops Fight Off
Terrorist Attacks

BRITISH HQRS., Suez Canal Zone, Jan. 14.
Egyptian terrorists and British troops fought a three-
hour gun battle in Ismailia last night, along the bullet swept
“Sten Gun Alley”.
Almost simultaneous attacks were launched on the
R.A.F. Garrison headquarters, while Lancashire Fusiliers,



of NATO will be presented to the j pire.”

|



guarding the main gate of Lt-Gen. Erskine’s Headquarters
also came under fire. Anti-tank guns were used to disperse
the terrorists who were firing from buildings along the bank

and from the slender minaret of a mosque dominating the
town.



the far side of the Canal from/|the plaintiff, if even taking place
which the firing had been direc-|\ elsewhere in

‘ ted.

Martufacture Of



—- There were no British casual-| relevant condition of the policy as odat
‘ties, but an Egyptian ambulance| avoiding payment of the claim | Moaate

Director To Study |the observed visiting houses on|existed in the neighbourhood of political
i

origin of
> It was thought that the attack;ent of circumstances of civil com-

SAMAICA AT THE NETS





MEMBERS of the Jamaica Cricket team which arrived here Sunday
Oval for the first Test match against Barbados, January 17.

Bridgetown
I2 More Street
Big Chance |

For Cwealth
Ministers

another 12 street lamps, bu









the period by way of the Gren-|public service’, and protect Goy-|

ada disturbancés. * ernment from the “insidious

Mr. F. M. Henry who opened influence of peddlers and favou
the case for the plaintiff and | Seekers’.
called Cromwell as the only wit-| The plan would abolish ‘ths
ness contends that none of the|#rchaic “statutory offices” of 64
occurrences mentioned in the/Ollectors who Truman said must
under the present system “accom-
themsélves to local
situations”.

—U-P.

the island and the}
the fire was independ-





**Se ”9
P f B had bene launched by | Student! motion emphasiséd by the other} cond Carlsen

aper fro members e “Liberation | side, ; ;

p Mm Dagasse farmy” — reported clandestinely| The Defence Counsel continued) — pye prone tg Ses.

(From Our Own Correspondent) orc woe tw! a rae the case yesterday afternoon call-| Landreau, 42 finally al g ine od

LONDON Ta 14 [ Sait ‘Commandos ane Hog among others Sergeant Quar-! pj. broken freighter shortly: be-

, Jan. 14. a. , pape - : y be-

The development of bagasse for| Yesterday, British troops man- less, Mr. W. A.. Redhead wio fore it was completely wrecked on

newsprint with the eventual ex-|ning a roadblock at Marktel El



edited a Government news-letter|





‘ ¢ the treacherous Goodwin Sands.
port of paper pulp to England, isjHebed, drove off a force of 20 as me Unie of the distur-| This “agcond Carlsen” firat te-
to be examined in Jamaica, when ; Egyptian police plus some tertor-\se Hashes and Capt. E. | sisted lifeboatmen’s pleas to leave
Mr. H. Alan Walker, Managing jists who were attempting to enter | ghes. the ship, but finally he left the
Director of the Wast Indies Sugar |the Zone from the direction of | ship and was picked up by a life-

Company, arrives later this month | Zaggzik. After a brisk exchange}

from London,
—U?P.
Mr. Walker sails on Friday on
the Brittanic. He will fly to Ja-

maica from Bermuda, la ,
7 He expects f9 be in the istand [ Ex Police Supt.
or four weeks during which time A

rrested

he will also review with Company
representatives the possibilities of

KINGSTON, Jan. 12
The retired Assistant



the development of bulk stgar
loading







a r . |
‘of fire, the Egyptians withdrew. ‘Campaign To Stamp FE from shock and slight injuries
|

Super-|recent years have been attributed
intendent of Police, Henry Well-{ was

boat. The 37 crewmen, all suffer-

taken to
U.P.

were
Dover

a sailors’ home at

Out Dope Weed











#vening practise at Kensington

Will Get

Lamps

THE CITY of Bridget@vn and its suburbs will get

t another 22 recommended by

the Lighting Committee of now be erected due to lack of copper wire.

This information was disclosed at yesterday's meeting
of the Vestry when the Clerk read a letter from the Electric
Company to the Vestry, stating that they had completed



instal 12 additional street lamp







7,
*
__. PRICE : FIVE CENTS
' Canadian
yg % e Pesala a a oe ee ee - x
Wilkinson Tops | jumps
7! Te
St. James Vestry | 0» Par with us.
LONDON, Jan
e The Canadian dollar
Oo ms to the United States dollar pari
e l of $2.80 to the pe ind sterling for
the first time Mm 15 monti
Mr. J. H. Wilkinson, with 219 votes, topped the polls in} However, the America
the St. James Vestry Elections yesterday + a : a ee
Two new candidates, Mt. W. H. Walcott, son of Mr. S. Aldi stands ft i
Waleott and Mr. C. B. Searles were also elected Vestrymen] parity limits fixed by the B ‘
for the parish. They replace Mr. R. S. Bancroft and Mr.) rr
D. E. Webster who did not seek re-election. The unsuccess- , ia * eae ae
ful eandidates were Mr. S. Jordan, Mr. St. C, Baird and M: Tie ed nest Ss
. ; merican carey
S. Hinds last month when the ¢
Yesterday, Vestry Elections for the year 1952 were held] Government abolished e<
in four parishes—St, Jamos, St. Peter, St. Lucy and St./ change controls in Ur











Joseph. trading,

In St. Andrew, where 17 cane ’ et se aoe es rt
dates had been nominated | y ik tet Pre U:! es
previous week, seven of th i W > T Wi tl og ” t oo .
withdrew yesterday and as a t es an perare i
sult, there was no contest | a an te t. Pe eae ‘

Those who withdrew were; M R | 1 eo
FE. L. Bannister, Mr. N. 0. Dast ussian 1951. Be in’ 4 ain t's :
Mr. J, H Bovell, Mr. W. 'T. Bi Y 6 Bat Rath nian dhcdane recta tis

: +44
ster, Migs V. E. Foster, Mr. D Stu 1e@ — a oe GL Ga J
Hope and Mr. E. Smith | St art ae s : 00 (
: a, satel 2 31 down to 3 9,000,000

in the other six parishes ther¢ PARIS, Jan. 14 pared with $3,269,000.000 on S
were ar conte sts 5 . | rhe Western Big Three pro- tember 30

_In St. Peter, Mr. D. 'V. Jemmot posed to-day that Russia's n Canada will be repres¢
was the i candidate, He suc toiepoitnt peace plan be probed by] ine sterling urea’s balance
— Mr. WwW. W. Bradshaw W'Olthe new 12 nation Disarmament] ots talks to be held in London
did not seek re-clection, The 1 Commission along with any other today along with.the West
success ful candidates were Mr. new proposals, fans the Dominions territorie
E. K. D. Hinkson, Mi Urbane King The United States, Britain « | The Colonies will be represented
and Mr. Oswald Scantle bury France put to the 60 nati \ ieee ; oa

In St. Joseph, Mr, R. W. Cowa «|| political Committee this aft ton the Secretary of State an
topped the polls with 70 vot noon a resolution recalling tl oes vt

Dominion territories by the
spective Finance Minister

The main obi@etive of +} t ci
ference is to work out pol

while two of the new candidates,

_} ot the talks by Mr
|
the General Assembly decided
Mr. J. H, Branch and Mr, C, Holder | \

Friday to eall together the Con
were successful with 47 votes each

mission within 30 days
They now replace Mr A. P. Coy Its
and G, R. Hutson, two retir
members who did not offer
selves for re-election.



the United Stat
Canada, Ch}
Greece, Holla

members,
and Turkey ri
é

¢| Brazil, Britain,
them=) China France

\
cre al and internal, for putt

\ sterling areas balance a

‘ ae with the rest of the world

)

Pakistan, Russia fovbootarls tie the dolls je
Mr. C. C, Cumberbatch was the |to report back by June 1 after/Partcularly with the dollar area,
unsuccessful candidate. considering all proposals



of the old | achieve



















their survey, and that they regretted to state that they] J" St. aunt aaaiee penee tee (oan Lele teametibae rat ah °
(From Our Own Correspondent) i i side. i re : ‘ : J > ers were act. se are jane yalancec educ u I I d Cl ‘
LONDON, Jan, 15. could only ¢onsider the e tion of 12 of the 34 lights Mr. J. R. Alleyne, Mr. K, ¢ rmeéed forces and all armamen's Ss n O- na
Finance Ministers of the Com- recommended. 4 O'’Neale and Mr. W. lL. Greaves|ineluding§ effective international
monwealth meet in London to| ————————~——-_— Originally, the Lighting. Com-|who were replaced by Mr. L. 1..}control of atomie energy to en- lo Become
discuss the grave dangers to fn. Se ae ere a Mr. C. D. Howell and Mr./sure the prohibition of atomic mm
sterling and to find means of PI C h on of 60 additional units in the) (1, Harris weapons.” ~ 7 ‘
saving it, says the Daily Express ane ras es City and suburban areas, but after Following are those elect Reealling this, to-day’s Western Second Korea ?
leader this morning. * discussing the matter with the} yesterday Jv olution called for “the new , ~~?
“Their task should extend far Into River Electric Company, the number was Soviet plan agreeing to_ interti eo Hees p ;
beyond that of a single target. It reduced to 34, St. James | tional control of atomf€ ener: y By KENNETH MURRAY,
should be looked upon not sim- Mr, Mottley advised the Vestry Mr. J. H, Wilkir , 219 votes,| but net insisting on outlawing of PARIS, Jan. 14
ply as a project of rescue in the NEW YORK, Jan. 14. to accept the offer of the 12 lights,] Mr. S. A. Walcott 215, Mr. W. H.| the atom bomb to be the first to Is Indo-China ciated tn hecothe
hour of emergency, but as a A North East Airlines twitlland after referring them to the| Walcott 200; Mr. J. M. Crick 195, | go before the Commission th next Koren? ra ree
great undertaking of imperialiengine ‘plane with 36 person#}diseussion which took place at the] Mr. A. L. Jordan 195, Mr. EB, Hol- When the Commission reports That Auestione—end tie traitlely
development far too tong delay-| aboard overshot the runway at La} meeting of the Council of the|der, M.C.P., 188, Mr. C, G, Mas-| back a world disarmament con- éalinniate cael: anewer:-ike
ed, hm Guardia Field. to-day and era’ Commersé last Week;) siah 183, Mr. A, G.-Johnson 182,) lerente- would “be called to con- ie’ Highest importiniee sess
Express says Ministers have) into the East River. yarned them that further delay in{Mr. S. Massiah 172, Mr. C. B,| sider its report under the terms] (ipec-power plans beinw mace
on SP Geconatiie far" tae Sane At least 33 persons were res+| the matter would spell danger in| Searles. of the resolution passed — on{)), aresetnathe, fi Auten f" sik
rosperity or ar ¢ oj 2 ih va ; ‘ ta » = it as : r : ice aya
tries ae my strength for sterling a ae ae by " tug. ‘ aks) tact or'the a aes whic h —_ St. Peter BPRIRY " possible ali-out Comme ag~
Tt asks, “Will they have the ne ra was making its sat ' Ltée osed at ! e meeting of the Mr. C. H. P. Jordan, Mr. T. BE. New Plan gression ih Southeast Asin.
boldness, "imagination and deter- one Rear 5 to the fleld in rain] Chamber of Commerce, Corbin, Mit r. S. Chandier, Mr. rhe Soviet peace plan proposed Because the French have ' be
mination to seiée the chance} #%¢ fos which cut visibility, Lack of Copper E, L. Bannister, Mr. C. H. Thorn-| by Foreign Minister Andrei Vy-| ynabie to write a conclusive finish
which misfortune puts within The craft left Boston at 7.53 Mr. DG. Laateee dor. told thé ton, Mr, A. A, Gill, Mr. G. G. G hinsky on Saturday contained|io their bitter five-year strug:
their reach? Will they from HOW] o.m, and made the first pass at the hikes * aie = ne ae or oF Gill, Mr. P Whitehead, Mr. D. Vv pid conces! ions to the West, gainst the 400,000 Red-led Vie
Reorganizationjon have faith in their own Em-| geid at 9,03 a.m. by radio contact GBiincil of the Chamnbet eo Coma) Jemmott and Mr. C. Parris : wy yt 1. An oceans minh rebels, these developm
i. Sea Pin, aa p Che - 5 . . © ban atomic weapons—the ban |}; happen in the pa
with the Control Tower. On its|merce the Company complained Mr. W ne Joseph 4 | to be effective when internations| Fe aT ener er eee eae
second attempt the plane missed]/of¢ lack of generating plant, and ee pO RES 19, Mr. control mechanism is set up. 1, Enough equipm for
cate ¥ jthe field and plowed into the}now in their letter to the Vestry Carter 61, Mr. W. 4 Gocding 61 2. Freedom for the interna-|full-str ion
Decision Awaited Tre | River about midway between| complained of the lack of copper,| M" J. A Haynes, M.C.P.; 61, Mr. }ttonal contfol pody tg inspect|the Insurgents from Comr
Gomeee Point and the island. He did not see how the lack of Bos, OU: 5 a aR eae atomic installations when atui|China. Haif of it is United St
7 2 The Convair transport did not ver would ke y difference . + om ee analer 99,1 where 2ASeS a . Nat
34% ~< . ‘oo ba f: copper would make any differen H 7 coe ae where it pleases, arms seized from Nation
Fire Tnisua aMce & uit a to the erection of additional street J. H. Branc ht aa C. Holder 47.¢ Russia had formerly insisted 2. About 5,000 Chinese taft
‘ he crew of a Coast Guard tug |lamps st. Lucy on the ban first i the 5 o . _ t ‘
From Our Own Correspondent) ‘ a i i ee : alt ia i ine nen setting | specialist have helped whips
GRENADA, Jan. 14. which witnessed the crash, rushed He thought that the Vestry Mr J E r Brancker, M.¢ P up the control mechanism and|ine rebels into shape so they n¢
Decision in the suit begun in]|to the scene and picked up 25 per-)should add their quota to the Mr F. A Greaves, Mr NW, limiting inspection to plants pro-|use orthodox military forrr
the Supreme Court here to-day|sons immediately, Four Coast}various activities now afoot to Slocombe, Mr. I. C, Sobers, Mr. | posed by the nations themselves,Jand have been able to tht
before Hon. Justice R, G. Man- |Guard crash boats and two heli-}solve the problem of electric E Le Ward, Mr. D. E Webster The Korean war should end at|many as 30,000 to 40 000 organi
ning is believed likely to haveleopters joined the tug within|supply Mr, C. H. Yearwood, Mr. L. L.! once, forces to be withdrawn from] troops into a single battle. 14
widespread repercussion in the] minutes. Mr, Leacock sourided the warn- Bourne, Mr. C. D. Howell and Mr.\ the 38th parallel within ten days|control half of the countrysid
field of fire insurance, Mr, Dun- atime that the Local Authorities in] G. L. Harris ond all foreign troopywithin three} 3, Vietminh soldier re be
stan Cromwell of the Income Tax} The Coast Guard said that 26) ¢harge of Bridgetown were going @ On Pare 5 months —U.P, trained in the latest etic
and Price Control Department is;men and five women were res-|{o suffer in their trade returns in Soe ae ee ee s warfare at Communist bast
suing the Jankers and Traders | cued, and five persons were di ‘-Ithe future He pointed out thet D ‘ both China and Indo-Chin
Insurance Company Ltd, of Aus-|€4, unofficially as missing. TwO)people who wanted to start new e e Ss : re re O 9% |:east three are in China proj
a whose local agents are|f the rescued were severely in- industries will be unable to do so . French officers back from
ssrs O. D, Brisbane and Sons;jured. They were taken to Col-|hecause they cannot get any elec Front say that there is a
for £5,500 which they refused to|lege Point Hospital.—CP) tricity Ps e tantial build-up of China’s ow
pay when he claimed it for the The present situation would CW a dW [forces behind the border
loss of his house at Woburn and { no doubt interfere with the de- / |possible signal for full-seale inte
household effects by fire on Pm o velopment of the parish. Mr. ¥ vention along the same line
Meh clon year. ees : Tr unvan Submits | Leacock said, He eat ott SAIGON, Indo-China, Jan. 14. the ‘volunteer’ onslaught of Oct
ne Bankers and Traders In- further that he himself had made Frenct ys as net ‘ ‘ : ber, 1950, in Korea
: ch military sources saidgthat Communis etmint 4
surance Co., Ltd., are repre- Reform Plan application on behalf of av dl tarees wer din 4 thi OMm Uns Vietminh | "High French authori
sented by Mr. H. E. L. Hos-| | pveraeas investor. and he was! ebel forces were buildin up for an all-out drive against| response to queries, that t
ten, Barrister-at-Law, who is WASHINGTON, Jan. 14. | turned down flat because the the vital colonial Highway No. 6, and that the offensive may!real fear that an arm
instructed by Mr. A. oO. Payne, | Truman submitted to Congress Comvany wold not be able 4, start soon. | Korea might “facilitate” the ¢
solicitor, base their refusal *o|Monday his plan for a sweeping) supply electticity for two years. | They said that the 34th Rebel Division, one of the Viet-|™¥nist foray, and thei
pay on a condition of the policy reorganization of the scandal-rid-| minh troc . 1its. was assed j » sector preoccupation ts to pre
which disclaims responsibility du-|den Internal Revenue Bureau. He, Mr. Leacock suggested that th ’ Ops units, was Massed In one sector . China from becomir
ring time of civil eommotion! said the plan is designed to pre- Vestry should reply thanking the Source said that the French lyorea U.P
which they argue existed during|vent “improper conduct in the Electric Company for the offer to High Command was sending out

fresh troops to strengthen French



Bradle y Is

jand that the Vestry should also joutposts along the whole. length i

' the = . y of the sle~ red ares TS y :
emai, whem She Comeant| Hho fad OY | "A vemk miliary wokewan| U.S. Govt. Want
yee So to supply curren ope u said that the aim of the rebels was

if the Vestry could procure the

jpecessary copper for the install
tion‘of the refn@ning 22 lamp

The Clerk was instructed to
reply in accordance with Mr. Le
cock’s suggestion,

METAL SKIRTS

The removal of “métal skirts’
from street lamps by the Electri¢
Company, in accordance with the
instructions of St, Michael’s Ves-



een EE eS

to cut off Hoa Binh from the
and thus increase the

| rear
| difficulties
lof French and loyal troops there,
ince with the forthcoming mon-
oon, air support and the dropping

Rubber Contre!

Korea Peace

WASHINGTON, Jan. 14

To Continue

Genera! Omar Bradley said he of food to isolated French outpost: ‘ WASHINGTON, Jan
‘hopeful of conclusive mrilite will be impossible Truman asked Congres
armistice” in Korea but there i A French spokesman said that|@ay to extend for two year

last week|Government's authority to
defences | ate plants producing
but that pose synthetic rubber



“price we will not pay—appeass- tag Vietminh rebels

ment.” The Chairman of the Joint} Were probing French

Chiefs of Staff a briefing of | along the supply route
|

general

Rave





truce negotiations to members of | they had been beaten off The continuing thre
try, is meeting with some opposi-|the Senate Armed Services Com hird world war “require
tion from certain persons into! mittee at a se Congress in
whose bedrooms the reflection from public ; ' .,
these lamps shines. Bradley in a statement he read | Kem Kem Pass on Colonial High- Following the warning he
The Electric Company in com-jto the Committee said the United | way Six early yesterday, and{'ered in his State of the t
municating this information to the | Nations will insist upon a sett after a two-hour hand to hand [message last week Trumar

Vestry, drew attention to two such |
instances in one of which the
complainant threatened that the!
Vestry would have to remove the
pole from his land if the shade
was not replaced,

@ On Page 3



i KINGSTON, Jan. 12.
} The intensification of the
;ganja campaign to stamp out the
growing plant to which many |
murders, crimes, and viclence in}

anti-

Ship Ready

started: Mbedetiing to. the | The Federal Maritime Board :







For Carlse

WASHINGTON, Jan, 14
1id on Monday Captain Kurt Carlser

4tno the hags > : ae can have a ship” rj Va t n » eee T
The setting up of the bagasse IN| ington and Joseph Malcolm,|Police. Substantial rewards will] |, an eve — right now if Bet ants to go back ~ the séa. The
TS Se expr’, ill require} winister of Education were ar-|be offered for,information leadir g | Board aid og will charter the 10,681 §.S. Halaula Victory to replace
large capital outlay, and for that) -acteq this afternoon on ‘charges|to the conviction of growers ar {| the Flying Enterprise
reason, Oo quick decisions are] + conspiracy to defeat public | dealer in the drug, whict if Retired Vice Admiral Edward Cochrane, Board Chairman said
ny justice, arising out of farm work-| lieved being smuggled from Eng-|the Board “would be more than pleased if Carlsen is assigned to
+ T | . Nerics r ; ‘ : ,
From Jamaica. Mr. Walker flies|@Ts tickets to go to 7 United a “= ee Re wee skipper the Halaula Victory. He added: “In view of Carlsen’s quoted
g 7aSs é . > alonia fFic reportedly ;
to Trinidad where he will spend | States. Bail ee gag Pag sited th a ' : rig remarks of wanting to return to the sea as quickly as possible we are
. pet has alr y p e | aske ne vernment to é

another four week discussing | as already peen sore oe ia : + ; waar the | bappy to state as far as the Maritime Board is concerned he can have
business matters with Caroni}Court on charges connected with |Special effor o eradicate re tds
Company officials ‘the alleged sale of tickets.—(CP) plant.—(CP) | a ship immediately —U.P.



ment based on “sound principles” | fighting, the rebels withdrew]|"The Korean invasion hn







since it might well be a pattern for } sbandoning 55 dead on the battle-]it eminently plain that
fle free. world live
peace in other trouble spots in t leld 1 ret orld live te
future ' | He said that the French have janger of further Communi
He said “Thro ighout the r captured an important quantity of | gression. U.N uccesse i K
tiation hich General Ridgway! War material He also said that} have been great but 1} t
ha 0 ably conducted, the prin two rebel companies had infiltrat- fof a third world
iry principle has always been at ed French positions in the Red jreal and very me UP
cot th ies to be an earnest and| River delta, but French forces had} ,
lesire for be oy Ps lispersed them, killing 27 Reds ei
oe tnkaice At UP.
Â¥y men it our comn ,n * ) oe
tine opportunits B.G.Education Chie!
Def te

conven! Busta Tuwns Down, Our Own Co





every-
| whe re with heavy losses t
ion closed to the He said that a rebel battalion | ruman told
attacked a French battalion at the [cial message





GEORGETOWN, B.G Jar
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KINGSTON, Jan “4 ;
rape RT eE eas I ta nite i ead ot ne | * < r
BITt leclared th ifternoon the ‘ ing
UNIFICATION | total re f the Sugar Manu- \ Dune
KINGSTON, Ja 12 } facturers’ offer of 10% increase in | holds educatior dir
The Legislative Co is a he wage he ugar worker Dune nd also an e¢
cepted the nif t in ! fi which 4 gent upon higher/diploma, Oxor nd i al
unification of all y € riced su i to Jamaican con-|membe f the Teacl R }
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PAGE TWO



R. G.-H ADAMS C.M.A
Leader of the House

Assembly is expected to leav«
today for Trinidad on his way
to Jamaica to attend the annual
meeting of the Council of the
University College of the West
Indies, of which he is a member.

There, Mr. Adan will
Hon. L. C. Hanna KA
Trinidad member of the (
who wilt also attend the eetin

Tha ~Counte f Athlone
Chancellor of the Universi
College of the W.1. and Sir
Raymond Priestly Vice-Chan-
cellor of the University of Bir-
mingham will also attend the
meeting.

Awaiting Re-entry Permit







ACK in Barbados for a short
Stay after spending few
weeks in Trinidad, are M 1
Mrs. Neville Warren who ,
married. here recently. M1
ren is awaiting his re-entry per-
mit so that he can return to
Venezuela where he is employed
with one of the oil companies
His wife-is the former Hi:
Richards,
Indefinit2 Stay
ISS: ELSIE PARRIS, daugh-
ter of Capt. F. C. Parris
Supt of Police and Mrs. Parris
of Tudor Bridge. St Michael
left for, Puerto Rico yesterday
morning by B.W.I.A. on her way
to the .U.S. where she will re-

main for an indefinite period with
her uncle Mr, James Waterman
of Brooklyn.

Assistant Master

M* MICHAEL ‘TIMPSON
: Assistant Master at the
Lodge School who had_ been
spending a_ short toliday in
Grenada, returned § from that
colony over the week-end by
B.W.LA.

Trinidad And Jamaica

M* DENTON SAYERS, Supt
Mechanical Engineer of

the Department of Highways and

Transport flew to Tripidad over
the week-end by B.W.LA. on a
short visit. He is expected to

return within a few days
It is understood that when Mr

Sayers returns he will then be

going On.a business visit to Ja-

maica.

In Honour Of Golf Team
HE first game of the golf
tournament between Trini-

dad and Barbados took place

yesterday afternoon at the Rock-
ley Golf and Country Club

After the game a Cocktail Par-
ty, which began shortly aftei
six o'clock, was held in the clul
house in honour of the visiting
team.

There will be another Cock -
tail Party in honour of the visit-

ors this evening after today’s
fame. This will be held at the
ome of Mr, and Mrs, Frank

Morgan, “High Cliff’, Club Mor-
gan Road,



BY THE WAY seecee ‘By Beachcomber

COMMITTEE of scientists
should be appointed at once,
without “even stopping to wipe
their mouth, to inquire into the
cause and effect of a
escapade,

The cow walked up 179 steps of
a spiral staircase to the top of a
150-ft. monument. A witness said,
“It didn’t turn a hair.” Why should

cow’s

it? Another witness noticed that
it wagged.its tail, Why shouldn't
it? Profe*sor Jobbelotte of the
Montpellier Institute once kept
eight cows at the top of the Kiffel
Tower. They were milkeg up

there, anq the milk tasted of o
dised ferrobelium.. Why?
Well, then.



Eh?
An indomitable sea-queen
M*** soft-hearted land-lub-

bers expected that the Saucy
Mrs. Flobster would

have bet

~ CROSSWORD



Across
sir return in iron laughin)
at you, (8)
‘ On neither side of the
with a rut (7)
1. Of course it happens, (5)
Nothing jieaves the lounge wit!
a sudcen thrust. (5)
Decapitatecd coast. (4)
Last word to the copper
1.0.0.8 make nim boring
Onts nalt tne dinner (3
Lambs err — hikers appear. (8
Ride tm dreadful make-up +
Dri. (4)
The heart-wood of trees.
Have your fling (4)

Down

Aerated, (8)
Take up once more
Rased (6)
Shrub from Noe! dear, (8)
Taken from men unseen. (3)
Grow fat on a piece of board
(6) 8. Pipe (4
Declaration sounding con
sonant, (6)
Man gone for extra name.
1 press for curls, (6)
French cleric proves the satlo
exists. (4) 19. Tear. (3
20, Complete collection. (3)

Solution yesterday's
Across: 1. tacited; 9
3 iL Nor 12
1S~ Wanderer
Snap, 21
Down: 1

Imagine: 4
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ARTHUR BONITTO, Jamaica Captain and W. A. Farmer, Barbados
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NAPT. and Mr Bin Dav
& expe to fly
to-morrow where Capt. Davis i
one of T.C.A’s Test Pilot

They have been holidaying here

for the past two weeks, staying at
the Ocean View Hotel

Month’s Holiday
Me" P. C, SCOTT, Assistant
1 Master of Combermere
School who had been in Trini-
dad on a month's holiday return-
ed home on Sunday afternoon
by B.W.LA.

Back To School

NCHOOL children from several
w West Indian islands streamed
through Seawell over the week
end and yesterday to be in time
for the new school term which
for most schools opens today

Left Over The Week-end

I

R AND

SPENCE

MRS.

who

WILLIAM
had been

spending their honeymoon in
Jarbados, returned to Trinidad
on Sunday by B.W.1.A. Mrs.
Spence is the former Peggy

O'Donnell, daughter of Mrs. Stella
O'Donnell and the late Mr, An-
dres O'Donnell.

blown to pieces in the recent
storms. Not so. The bounding
barque was so low in the mud that
its framework was protected from
the malice of the elements. “But
We ’ad a mud-bath,” said Mrs.
Withersedge. “Damage? Well, a
bit o’ that rotten ole smokestack
fell on a dustbin and overturned
the cat's dinner, an’ the last bit of
the anchor’s gorn, but what do we

want of a anchcr? It would take
a couple o’ bulldozers to get u
afloat again.” Rear Admiral Sir
Ewart Hodgson c°>me aboard yes-
terday, wetted hic finger, and held
it up A seagull nipped it, and
the jovial sailor took the care-
taker’s advice: “Disimbark yor-
self, hadmiral, afore them old

tradewinds cop us.”

Hysteria in abeyance

CRITIC’S remark that “there *

hysteria”
of a ballet

4 was no noticeable

the performance
uggests that the days of gasping
nd sobbing* and «creaming un-
ashamedly : It is, perhaps,
nly in the intervals now that peo-
ple fall about in a swoon and
loudly with aesthetic pleasure
wait till the ballet version of
Proust’s little gem is
The w foyer will
mbul* nce

re over
roan

! ut

produced
be full of
attend nts,
impresvionable youns
snaws the arms
stall will probably eat the
thing. ’



le
truggline
that
who usually

ind
man
of hi

whole

In the gas world

A MAN who had his gas cut off
\ received a demend for pay-
ment for cutting it off, and a notice
that unless he paid, his gas would
be cut off, When the authorities
ered their mistake, th
»mbably vent a man to connect uy
the gas aguin, so that it could be
cut off again if the bill wag not
naid, If the bill was paid, all they
had to do was to threaten to cut





the gas cff, before connecting it
up, just to save face.
JT AM vindicated at last. Many

young people think that my
frequent references to the drink-
ing of champagne from the slip-
pers of actresses are mere foolery.

But the other day a Gaiety girl
told how, in 1909, a Russian
Grand Duke drank from her
slipper. After that, it seems a
litthe ungrateful of her to com-
plain that he left the slipper

B.O.A.C. Official Intransit

, ve NAPT, J
to Montreal C Official of British





For ‘‘Met.” Discussions
ING COMDR. L. A. EG-
GLESFIELD, Director Gen-

eral of Civil Avation in this area

















left yesterday by B.W.LA. for
Trinidad Today he will fly to
British Guiana to meet the new
Directoy of Meteorological Ser-
vices to discus Met” Services in
that colony He will also meet
the Air Registration Board Sur-

veyor of the area, Mr
present in B.G,

Brown who
and. also have

isa

eneral discussions with the B.G@)
sovernment a
Engaged

oe engagement was arf

nounced recently in Engs
land between Commander Ken-
neih M, B. L. Barnard, R.N.
(Reid) of 58-Chesterfield House,

Mayfair and Patricia, widow ot
Mr. G. A. McAndrew of Headley
Wood Farm, Bordon

Mrs. McAndrew is the daugh-
ter of the late Sir Charles O’Brien

K.C.M.G., former Governor of
Barbados and Lady O’Brien.
The marriage will take place
shortly.
Visiting Uncle
M* GEOFF TAYLOR of the
National Film Board, Ot-
tawa, Canada who has been in

Barbados for the past four weeks
visiting his uncle at the Hotel
Windsor is due to return to Can-
ada to-rhorrow by T.C.A.

Geoff’s uncle, Mr. A. P. Taylor
is a regular visitor to Barbados
every winter.

Talking Poirt

A man, sir, should keep
friendship in constant repair.
—Samuel Johnson.

his

Incidental Intelligence
FPAILORS predict a change in

men’s suits from the loose-
O. H. LOBLEY, Senior hanging to the tight-fitting. This
Overseas
nature over the years has already

Airways Corpn., London was an

intransit passenger through Bar- taken care of the alteration,

bados yesterday by B.W.I.A. en —Fact and Fiction Canada.

route to Martinique from Trini- = eee

dad e
Capt, Lobley is touring the B.B.C. Radio

British Caribbean Area on a rou-









tine business visit in connection
with B.O.A.C. and B.W.LA. — Programme % ;
Capt, Lobley previously paid a $
visit to Barbados for a few days J . . i on : |
TUESDAY, JANUARY 15, 195 %
during the latter part of 1950 th. 18 32h, Beutenn seca 1X ; |
Routi Visit dea, 43,90. amy. Prom. thé Pro de | & Everybody does not know that this remarkable |
utine 181 Concerts, 12, noon The News ’
v pan. News Analysis > score was made with...
. oT , . . 4.00—7.15
M* C. LEE LOY of the Ac- 71.82 M. 48.49 Be
counts Department of |
B.W.LA., Port of Spain flew in | 4 © p.m, The News, 4 10. The Daily A LAMBER i BA i |
Service, 4 15 i

from Trinidad yesterday morning
by B.W.1.A. on a routine visit. He
is a guest at the Hotel Royal

4. 45 Piano Playtime, 5.00 Take 1. Fron

Here 5. 30 Composer of the
45 Elton Hayes, 6. 00 Personal
trait, 6. 15 Welsh Magazine, 6
Raund-Up, 7. 00 The News, 7
Analysis, 7. 15 Cricket report on
ney _— . Days Play W.1. vs. Tasmania and Ren

R. GREY AUSTIN, son of Mr. geyous with Commonwealth Artists
and Mrs. Merrivale Austin 7. 45 p.m. Pantomines, 8. 00 Cocmney

who arrived here on December 10.30

19th to spend the Christmas holi- =

Barbadian Geologist




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won't bother us in the least, since |



Marching and Waltzing,

45 Sports
10 News
Third

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days with his family is due to re- Cabaret, 8. 15 Radio Newsreel, 8. 30
turn to Canada to-morrow Report rom Britain, 8 45 Composer
Grey, better known to his of the aoe at 00 Res the nae
, . ” ; "6 : ay’s A Laug 5
friends as “Ching” is a geologist oon "6 0 From the Editorials 10. 15
of the Sohio Oil Co., of Regina jerbert Hodge Talking, 10.. 30 I Like
Saskatchewan my Job





|
However, he sent her a

new pairs,

damp.
dozen

Gaiety girl who had
a false sole fixed to her slippers,
a kind of secret compartment
When the champagne was poured
out, some it trickled through,
and was taken home to Ma, ,

I knew a

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Book On The Trees

of the

tion, He
the inter

criticised the spirit in
letter by
written,
reply to
stating that they
any shade
would prevent street lamps from

afternoon for Trinidad.

signed to Messrs. R. M. Jones &
Co. Ltd., will be lling from
Trinidad three days later to sail for
England.







TUESDAY, JANUARY 15,

a







“War all Dad hears

1952

you've

had



a

dollar loan







trem those Americans



“Door Opened For Higher On Probation For

U.S. Sugar Price”

Big Cuban Quota For World Market
NEW YORK.

A SHARP INCREASE in U.S. sugar prices is confi-
dently predicted in New York following the announcement
Secretary of Agriculture,

by Mr. Charles Brannan, U.S.

putting the official estimate of U.S. sugar consumption in
1952 5700, 000 tons. One observer

i, lg wc oa tia arent) aes



Of The Caribbean *

NEW YORK.

hip Company, and
Alcoa staff
product of Mr,

Paul Knapp,
The book w
White’s inspira-

felt that it would serve
rests of the Caribbean
s well as those of his company







STREET. LAMPS

‘

@ From Page 1

Members of the Vestry strongly
which the
the complainant was
and the Vestry agreed to

the Electric Company
were opposed to
being put up which



areas which
States,
another

She will be leaving port t! ame

The French S.S. Colombe, con-

gs ten
1947.
“In
month
available,



tion

sugar

strongest
prices
adopted

months

and

way

since

a

is

that

by

prices,

commented

“not only opened the door,
took it off by the hinges”
ing the



October,
for

the

sufficiently
sustained
raw

expecte?
5,000,000

Cuba will havc
tons of sugar to dispose of in the
world market.
market sales usually run at ee
about 2,000,000 tons.

the
1934,

of

su

statements
Sugar
Mr. Brannan

price
1951,

which
price

it
costs

index



Her

that

aly the I

Â¥
ons,

some 4,600,000

Act

An authoritative volume enti- §*!4:
tled “Flowering Trees cof the “During the first ten months of
Caribbean” has just been pub- 1951, the wholesale price of re-
lished by Rinehart & Company, ed sugar averaged about 1.29
in New York. The book, which ¢emts per Ib. less than the price

illustrated with 29 six-colour Meessary to maintain the re-
plates, is the work of William ationship between the price of
White, president of Alcoa Steaw- ®48ar and the consumers’ price

index that existed during the last
control in

the

the index

to produce such a book. This Per 'b. would have been required
book represents a new adventure #¢ Maintain such a relationship.
in industrial public relations. The current wholesale price of
—B.UP. 8.25 cents per Ib. is therefore,

close to 1.57 cents per th. below

the level required to be con-

sidered in making the determina-
below the
8.40 cents per lb. which existed at
the end of price control,

Furthermore,
evident

is now clearly
of producing
sugar beets and sugar cane as evi-
denced
farmers pay
risen
and
prices of
are necessary to




reflecting on the road for the equitably maintain and protect
benefit Of the public. the domestic sugar industry.”
Accordingly, a negative allowance
It was however suggested that cf 400,000 short tons, raw value,
where the reflection from a street is made as_a price stimulus.’
lamp troubled a_ resident, that Rranfhan estimates that U.S.
person should erect some sort of Sugar onsumption in 1s wil
hade at his own expense to ke approach 8 100,000 tons, a slight
the reflection from his roor rease above the 1951 figure.
of estimate, however,
whi ct controls the rate
‘ ° . of impe-t y 200,090 tons
‘Golfito Due Jan. 18 from last quota of 1.900,000
tons
Che S.S. Golfito is expecte, io Tene t fset Mr. Brannan’
aymve here from Southampto n effe to increase the price, how-
January 18, Messrs. Wilkinso & ever il be the big Cuban crop,
Haynes Co. Ltd., informed he forecast at some 7.000.000 tons ox
Advocate yesterday. more, and the big crops in oth®r

that
but
in clear-
for a sharp increase
In one of the
made on
was

latest
is
of 9.82 cents

level of

of prices the charge
and other data have

significant
increases in
and refined sugar
“fairly and

the

nited

‘Bad’ Language

Mr. G. B. Griffith, Acting Police
Magistrate of District “A” yester-
day placed Hilton Yarde of Brit-
ton’s Hill, St. Michael, on proba-
tion for 12 months in the sum of
£1 2/- to keep the peace and be
of good behaviour for that period
for using irnfiecent language on
3ritton’s Hill, on January 12,

Police Constable McCollin told
the court that the defendant had
11 previous convictions for using
indecent language. ‘



Tarpaulin Stolen

Thomas Atwell of “Douglay
Lodge,” Bank Hall, St. Michael
reported that a tarpaulin, valuea
$110, was stolen from the motor
lorry M—631, which was parked
in his yard between 5.30 p.m. on
Thursday and 8.00 a.m. on Friday
It is the property of Messrs Mar-
tin Doorly & Co.

Further Evidence Taken
In Murder Case

Further evidence was taken be-
fore Mr. G. B. Griffith, Acting
Police Magistrate of District “A’
in the case brought by Inspector
G. Springer against Carlton Brew-
ster of Dean’s Village, St. Michael,
on a charge of murdering Norma
Haswell of Field’s Gap, Bank Hall,
on September 7, 1951, at the Gar-
den Land, St. Michael. Mr. W. W.
Reece, K.C., Solicitor General, ap-
peared for the prosecution and Mr,
L. A. Williams, barrister-at-law
for the defence. The hearing of
was adjourned until
to-morrow at 10 a.m, when further
evidence will be taken.





EXHIBITIONS AWARDED

The St. Michael’s Vestry at
ihe’r meeting yesterday filled two
vacancies which occurred at the
end of last term at St. Michael's
Girls’ School.

The awards were made from
the list previously forwarded to
the Vestry, and on the recommen-
dation of the Headmistress, the
Vestry awarded the Exhibitions to
Katherine B. Howard and Joan
A. King, both of whom are already
pupils at the School, and who
were the next two in line on th
list.

mount to



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Street Blocke!
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the street facing the Advoc ‘e’s
Circulation Department for ¢ it
five minutes yesterday evenii
The eason? the lorry M—v752

blocked half of the road and bro-
ken bottle was strewn over the
other half of the road.

Some cartons containing empty
two-pint bottles slid off the lorry.
The “jingling crash” the bottle:
made as they struck the ground
alarmed people in nearby offices.
The broken pieces of bottle were
soon removed.

Schooner Wrecked
On Route To
West Indies

LONDON.

A tiny schooner Nellie Bywater
reputed to be the last of the
coastal sailing ships, was wrecked
off the coast off South Devon by
one of the worst storms around
Britain for 25 years. The ship, with
four women and girls aboard was
going to the West Indies to take
part in a film. The Captain’s 17-
year-old daughter and a seaman
are believed to have been drown-
ed, but the rest of the crew were
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Printéad by the Adverste Co., Ltd., Broad St., Bridgetown

Tuesday, January





15, 1952

PIONEER WORK

LAST Saturday the London Daily Ex-
press commented on the resentment which
bicycle manufacturers of the United States
were feeling against the successful inva-
sion of British bicycles into the markets of
the United States. The next step, warned
the Express, would be the imposition of a
heavy tariff on British bicycles entering
the United States. This, commented the
Express, would be quite proper because
home industries must always be protected
against foreign. But the moral for the
United Kingdom was clear. Britain could
not expect to earn dollars by selling bicy-
cles to the United States at the expense of
American bicycle manufacturers. There-
fore, concluded the Express, Britain should
give up hopes of balancing her trade deficits
in the American market and concentrate
on the markets of the Commonwealth.

The experience of British bicycles points
amoral for the West Indies. Jamaica, Trini-
dad and Barbados have all approved legis-
lation to aid pioneer industries apparently
in the hopes of attracting capital to the
West Indies from the United Kingdom and
other countries. They are all finding that
the passage of bills is not sufficient induce-
ment and that colonial Income Tax Legisla-
tion does not free outside investors from
the oblgiations of the income tax legislation
of their own countries. The position with
regard to investors from the United King-
dom has already been noticed by the
Regional Economic Committee and by the
West Indian Chambers of Commerce.

It is indeed a very strange position in
which the West Indies find themselves, and
in Barbados the full significance of the posi-
tion is only appreciated by a few. That is
because the moral of the British bicycles
entering the United States and competing
with American bicycles had not been
learnt before the Pioneer Bills were pass-
ed, Pioneer industries to be successful in
the West Indies must produce and manu-
facture goods which are now largely pro-
duced and manufactured in the United
Kingdom. If West Indian pioneer indus-
tries are successful they will reduce pro-
portionately the output of factories which
now produce those goods in the United
Kingdom. Less goods produced in the
United Kingdom will reduce wages paid
by the factories which are producing less
goods, °

And the British Government will receive
correspondingly less revenue and income
tax from decreased British production. It
is therefore unreasonable for West Indian
Governments to ask the British Govern-
ment to lose not only the revenue and in-
come tax that must be lost through de-
creased production and decreased wages,
but also to deprive itself of the privileges
of recouping that loss through normal taxa-
tion of companies or investors operating in
the British West Indies,

During the wars 1914-18 and 1939-45 the
British Government needed money so des-
perately that it issued loans the income
from which was free of British Income Tax
to residents abroad. Comparatively large
sums in those securities are to-day held by
persons and companies residing in the
British West Indies, Even larger sums
would have been invested at those periods
had the United Kingdom Government gone
cap in hand (as the West Indian Chambers
Commerce and the Regional Economic
Committee would like their Governments
to go to the United Kingdom government
to-day) and begged West Indian Govern-
ments to exempt their investors in United
Kingdom War loans from paying local West
Indian income taxes. It is not difficult to
imagine what reply West Indian Govern-
ments would have made to any such re-
quests.

The whole subject of aid to Pioneer In-
dustries seems to have received inadequate
attention from West Indian governments
generally. The islands do not act together,
but independently in their race to “get in
first’: the interests of the United Kingdom
manufacturers and of the British Treasury
appear to have been completely overlook-
ed; and in Barbados where the subject was
first introduced in the Press with the
specific intention of giving aid to known
Canadian investors willing to build a hun-
dred-room luxury hotel, a Bill has been
introduced which gives no aid to hotels.

A great deal more pioneer work is ne-
cessary if the Government of Barbados is
to benefit from the Pioneer Bill passed last
year.











ANTIGUA CROP STARTS,

(From Our Own Correspondent)
ANTIGUA, Jan. 14.

VIGOROUS cane cutting throughout
Antigua over the past three days enabled
the Antigua Sugar Factory officially to
begin grinding a bumper crop at 6 am.
to-day with 800 tons piled in the*yard.

Despite excessive rainfall the quality of
the juice is higher than at the beginning
of last year’s crop.

ADOT |



BARBADOS ADVOCATE



HOW CALMLY WE

— SAIL THROUGH SUEZ!



| * From the liner Oreades PETER DUFFIELD

sends a

report on the Suez Canal— ‘still



triumphantly, franquilly open for business.’

ABVARD KMS ORCAULS.
HATEVER news-bulletia
General Erskine issues from

his headquarters on the west
bank of the Suez to-day—count
on one thing standing consistently
clear.

The Suez Canal itselfi—the 83-
year-old £57,000,000 waterway
which a Jet Age has failed to
reduce as the major passenger-
and-cargo link between Britain
and more than half her Com-
monwealth—lies wide tranquilly
and triumphantly open.

This transcendent Middle
Eastern fact is almost obscured
by recurrent Egyptian-sponsore«
sniping, shooting and _ sabotage
It emerges if you happen t
journey aboard any of hundreds
of international ships plying
between the Mediterranean and
the Red Sea.

The Canal is open for business.
And that business is shipping

Austerily

eeeerseserersensesenpe,

& of apoard the Orcades.

She is of 28,V0U tons (Me bis-
BeSt Snip to-day using the Canal)
und sme is bound for AUsWalia
trom ‘Tilbury’ with 1487 passen-
xecs—220 or more of them British
migrants—plus 612 British crew.

Sne has so far taken us
through a rolling, rocking Bay o.
Biscay, a pre - Christmas cloud-
ourst in Gibraltar, a wintr;
hristmas in Naples and a
Mediterranean so generally
gloomy that Groucho’s’ gag-
writer would probably write of it:
“The old gray mare nostrum—
she ain't what she used to be.”

Then we came to Port Said,
Mediterranean entrance to the
Canal. To anyone familiar with
“peace-time”’ (or pre-Anglo-
Egyptian crisis-time) passages
through the Suez Canal. Port
Said to-day marks the beginning
of an austerity canal voyage

It is an austerity that affects
the passengers only slightly: tho
Egyptians enormously.

Less than six months ago there
were two methods of “doing”
Port Said. One was to walk
ashore, see the sights, visit the
cabarets, comb the waterfront
shops. The other, to stay aboard
and hang over the ship’s rail,
shouting and _ haggling with
swarms of Egyptian boatmen
manning junks laden with colour-
ed pouffes, carved elephants, fancy
handbags, myriads of sandals,
watches, fountain pens, tarbushes,
shirts, wallets, purses, and
pyramid-engraved leather-work so
dear to the tourist heart and so
essential to Egyptian economy.

To-day there is no “doing” Port
Said. British passenger-liners
no longer tie-up at the main
waterfront: British passengers no
longer go ashore,

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lean A ga el an

Public Health

To The Editor, The Advocate—

SIR,—Miss__Ibberson’s _ letter
relative to Blood Donors in @
recent issue of the Advocate re-
minds us once again of the urgent
need for a comprehensive scheme
of Public Health education for
Barbados,

Is it not a reflection on those
responsible for our Health and
Medical Services that this lady
should not only give a pint of
blood to an individual patient but
also the time and thought to pub-
licising the need for more donors.

You, sir, have always been
most generous in allocating space
in your paper to matters affecting
public health. But unless there
is a small pox or typhoid scare
how rarely do we see informa-
tive notes or articles emanating
from official sources. Why is
there this lack of enlightenment
regarding such a vitally import-
ant subject as health?

Col. Michelin has organised an
excellent Publie Relations Ser-

vice in his department. Is it not
time for others to follow his
lead?

“A, R. SAN. I.”

14th January, 1952.
«Talkers’ Parks”

To the Editor, the Advocate,
SIR,—The problems facing the
motorist in Bridgetown bear no
comparison with the nightmare
hazards met by the pedestrian.
\In many thoroughfares no pave-
ments exist and in others their
width is totally inadequate and
the surface ,broken and uneven.

To add to these arawbacks the
obstructions 1 encountered the
other morning in a few yards of
actual pavement space in a busy
shopping street were as follows:
ene large dustbin; e fair-sized
crate; a handcart; a lady seated
on a stool with a tray of fruit
in front of her; two bicycles
propped together against the wall;
another bicycle with front wheel
in a shop and back wheel ex-
tended across the pavement;
three people sitting on pavement;
four groups from two to four
people. Some with large trays
on their heads engaged in lengthy
and absorbing chatter.

When the replanning of Bridge-
town gets under way can we not
have lots of “talkers” parks as
well as car parks so that those
with nothing better to do can
jJeave’ the rest of us the compara-
tively easy task of circumventing
the dustbin. the handecart, the
huckster and so on and so oh

' MAKE WAY PLEASE.
14th January, 1952.



manning the small craft stared
up at our huge all-white liner, our
single yellow funnel.

We hung expectantly over the
ship’s rails as we glided into sight
of town.

A bumboat rowed out to meet
us. The three dusky Egyptians
spondent is at least proportionate
manning the small craft stared up
at our huge all-white liner, our
single yellow funnel.



The Egyptian bow' > t
a buyers

mari

“Hullo, Mrs. McPherson” shcut-
sd one Egyptian “how much for

e ship?’

We were not in a sellers’ but a
buyers’ market. iy

Shutiers avawa

S WE dreamed moodily of
toothy, tusky elephants made

of plastic and sold as ivory, of love
potions in powder form; of some-
one’s sister being offered in pro-
visional marriage, and of the
financial collapse that must await
the “feelthy-picture” industry we
slid past the famous waterfront of






the port town. Simon Arzt, the
tourists’ dream-department stove
(where I once _ watched an
Australian holiday-maker spend
£3,000 in a single Saturday
morning) had green vchutters
drawn tightly over its windows.

So had the majority of shops on
the espl nade. The palm trees
drcoped lower than ever.

The days of Port Said, the duty
free, “Welcome Stranger,” come-
hither town were surely numbered.

And so to No, 1 oiling berth,
just inside the canal itself, where
because no Egyptian labour was
availeble Royal Navy men came
to help unlead 795 bags of Service

mail and Egyptian police, polite
and docile to escort our one
passenger disembarkine in Egypt.
PTOHEN, the 100-mile trip

through the Canal itself,
High on Orcades’s foremast we

OUR READERS SAY:

Vo Nationalisation

To The Editor, The Advocate—
SIR,—With regard to a sugges-

tion I noticed in: Mr. Cuke's
speech re Electric Co. that 400
new subseribers be added and

load and shedding be brought in,
may I be allowed space to say it’s
better to have 400 dissatisfied
paid people in a community than
the whole number of electricity
users in a rage. I think we all re
member the misery of load
shedding 2 years ago, dinners
ruined when stoves went off etc.
etc. There are now so many
owners of deep freezes in the
island that I imagine the loss of
meat in a world shortage would
be serious.

Why not try raising the money
locally for new generating equip-
ment, on a guarantee of 5%
interest and no nationalisation for
25 years. Surely the Labour
Govérnment can find better use
for money in building another
hospital and technical schools,
than in buying the electric com-
pany bearing in ‘mind the fact
that every nationalised industry
in U.K. has increased its charges
to the public?

CONSUMER.
13th January, 1952.

Britain Also In Korea

To The Editor, The Advocate—'
SIR,—I fully endorse the senti-
ment of your correspondent who
wrote a letter published in to-day's
Advocate which expresses dcep
sympathy for the U.S.A, in the
fight against Communism in Korea,

However I was prompted to
write you myself as so little has
been said of the large contribution
being made to the same cause
by British and Commeonwealta
Forces. In Korea there is a large
group of the latter which includes
a Division made up primarily of
the British army, with troops from
Canada, Australia, India and New
Zealand, The British Army has
always beer in the thick of the
fighting in Korea and two Victoria
Crosses have been awarded. Men
from these countries are in the
Allied Air Force too, and a very
large proportion of naval vesseis
from Britain and the Common-
wealth are operating in Korean
Waters. A distinguished visitor to
Barbados to-day, Vice-Admiral
Siy William Andrewes was recent-
ly decorated by the President of
the United States for commanding
a large naval force of Allied ships
in Korean Waters last year.

It should not be forgotten that
Great Britain and France are
maintaining a great number of
fighting men in the Far East in
the same cause, even though in a
less spectacular way, by keeping





The fighters
flew three

the

white stars a white crescent
moon on solid green. On our
bridge was a French and later a
British pilot. Instructions were
signalled to us for our place in
tne Suez convoy, as .wradition hae
it, in French.

But it was Britain, Britain all
the way.

All day long small but signifi-
cant symbols of British strength
in the Canal Zone were in evi-
dence, The scream of ihe
occasional jet-fighter filtered
through our’ portholes.

As we moved from the Great
Bitter Lake into the last long
stretch of the Canal, our 28,000-
ton ship was ‘escorted,” all the
way to Suez by two three-quarter-
ton armoured cars, the iirst
bearing two men, the _ second
three men of the Royal Armour-

ed Corps. Like an enormousty
magnified punt moving in a
Thames lock, we carried on a

shouting match with them from
our ship-to-shore distance of nifty

yards. Every mile or two groups
of British Servicemen, mostly
paratroopers, gave us excited

waves or the wolf-whistle to cur)
prettier blondes. |

“Poor blokes,” commented one}

Australian assenger returning
from his estival of Britain,
“with all their wives whishe:d
away from them.”

Just routine

ITH the faintest:
through the sluggish waters

of the Canal, the Orcadep glided,

on into the Red Sea. |

Ships’ officers describe the
journey as completely “routine
for this period.” The harbour

health and police services of the |
Egyptians are as normal. Mais)
difference with past trips is lack |
of Egyptian labour.

The only special anti-sabotage |
precaution taken, the closing of |
lower portholes. No blacking- |
out, no firearms issued, |

We leave a Catal where the
vital bank is safe in Britisk
hands, and serene for the ship-
ping of all nations, Where long
lines of Nissen huts and the indi-
vidual pyramids of British tents
lay quietly in the winter sun:
where the Egyptian Army lies
impotently half on one side of the
Canal, half on the other.

And slightly shamefacedly we
leave the groups of British sol-
diers shouting as most soldiers
shout :

“You lucky people. Half your
luck — civilians.”

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check on Communism in Malaya,
Indo-China, and Hong Kong.

I feel sure Great Britain’s con-
tribution in the “war to uphold the
justice of freedom-loving coun-
tries” referred to by your corre
spondent is at least proproptionate

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ecntroversial past, has been awarded the
medals of good will from all sorts of quarters
‘or his approach to his job. He has the whole
year to justify and consolidate his prestige.

He is now forming his own private brains
trust. He heads as good a permanent team of

ivil servants as you will find throughout
Whitehall, but he may well break away from
{em in handling the intricate labour preb-
lems of 1952. 3

And if he succeeds, as I think he will?

Why, Britain will have had a peaceful year
~with no major strikes.

One’s friendliest railway train is a purely
ersonal choice. For years mine was the
ne between Manchester and London, either
vay, any time.

There were always friends on board. And

yw the friendliest train is ripped and torn
by controversy — all because the Railway
“xecutive has asked passengers to raise the

rmrests to give an extra seat a side in the
ompartment.

Some irate passengers who have paid a

iilling for a reserved seat have told the
uthorities : “If we share our seats we want
ll or part of our shilling back, according
» how tightly we have to squeeze.”

Imagine Solomon, the Rebate Inspector,
raipsing along the full length of the Man-
unian with his tape measure, handing out
slips announcing his judgments—penny for
a small child, tuppence for a school boy, up
to a shilling for the portly types.

The inspector will at least have time for
his job. The Manchester-London train now
takes 3 hours 50 minutes—-35 minutes longer
than in 1939,

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India, The World War, Malaya anc
now Korea,

Yours,
R. W. R. OLIVER (Col.)
“Harcliff”,
St. Lawrence Gap,
Christ Church.
12th January, 1952,

The Dean’s Sermon |

To The Editor, The Advocate—

SIRI was very pleased
when I read what the Dean had
preached about last Sunday; the
Ist Sunday of the Epiphany.

He said in part that every
layman should examine himself
and lead a Spiritual life in this
New Year especially those who
in the past Year have not lived
up to mark. I thoroughly agree
with these remarks and would
lay particular stress on exam-
ining ourselves and making a
fresh start,

I am very glad that the Dean
has taken this matter up as a
whole as it will no doubt, bene-
fit the people of this beautiful
and happy island of ours, and
the only way to do this is to
“get the assistance of God.” |

Thanking you for space and
hoping that this will catch the

eye of all our people, rich and
poor alike,



; M. V. TAYLOR.
“Stratham”, Worthings,

Christ Church,
11.1.52.

Congratulations

To the Editor, the Advocate,

SIR,—Please allow me to offer
my congratulations to Mr. Egberi|
McClean and his choir — the St.}
Michael Combined — on the
celebration of twenty-nine years
of hard musieal work in our midst
which has greatly added to the
social life of the community all |
along the years. Music is hard|
work and to keep a choir in train-|
ing for twenty-nine years requires
c@urage, perseverance, and|
patience These qualities were!
amply demonstrated on the 30th
December when the choir render-
ed an excellent programme of
beautiful Christmas music at}
Queen’s Park which a lovely and|
happy audience thoroughly en-
joyed from start to finish.

BERESFORD BURROWES, |
10th January, 1952,

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attend.
“Unless,” he qualified, “there are drastic
shanges soon. And there’ll have to be to

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furtively weighed me up. But they couldn’t
drop the subject.

I guessed the identity of their unnamed
target before the end of the next sentence.

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1952



St. Michael’s Vestry Congratulated On Unopposed Retur

Committees Appointed

THE VERY REVD. Dear Hazlewood, Chairman of St.

Michael’s Vestry, yesterday

congratulated members of the

Vesiry on being returned unopposed, and exhorted them
be regular and punctual during this year.
In offering his congratulations, the Chairman said that

}

he thought their return for another year was a token of

the confidence of the public and an expression of satisfac-

¢
Of

The Cha.rman ooserved that dur-
ing Ule past year there were times
wen to.ey Gad not nave a quorum
me id not proceed with we
&, 4nd secondly it often
happened that members turned up
late.

He asked members during the
year to make a special effort to be
regular and punctual, and extend-
ed to them best wishes for a pros-
perous 1952.

Mr. C. A, Brathwaite replied on
behalf of the Vestry, and thanked
the Chairman for his kind re-
marks.

The present method of making
appointments to the various Boards
and Committees of the Vestry,
whereby older members are al-
lowed to serve for longer periods,
and younger members not given
an Opportunity, was criticised by

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Mr. J. N, Hewitt when the matter
of appointments came up at yes-
terday’s meeting of the St. Mic-

hael’s Vestry
Out-of-Date System

Mr. Hewitt termed the present
Sysiem “out-of-date” and su_j that
relative to the appointments, he
felt that appointments to the vari-
Ous boards and Committees should
be rotated. He said that they were
all elected by the rate-payers o
the parish, and it was their duty
to serve the parish as well and as
ably as they possibly could.

He also observed that the great-
er portion of business done by the
Vestry was through its Boards and
Committees, and said that mem-
bers could only have an oppor-
tunity to serve the people by using
their best judgment when it came
to nominations to th e various
Boards.

He noticed that year after year
the members of the various Boards
and Committees were returned,
and he therefore felt that such a
system should not continue. He
considered that if a member served
on a Committee for five years in
succession, it was quite enough,
and junior members should be
given an opportunity to learn the
work in order that they too might
give of their best to the com-
munity, He would therefore sug-
ges{ that there should be a change
in the system of making appoint-
ments, and every vear, one or two
junior members replace some of
the old members,

Mr. A. R. Toppin and Mr. B. A.
Weatherhead also favoured the
idea of giving the junior mem-
bers an opportunity to serve on
the various Committees and
Poards, and said that they were
quite prepared to resign from any
Board or Committee in order that
a junior member might be given
an opportunity to serve.

When the

appointments were
made later, this suggestion was
followed and Mr. D. G. Leacock

Jnr. and Mr, Toppin resigned from
two of the Committees in favour
of Mr. Hewitt and Mr, T.W
Miller.

Westbury Cemetery Commissioners
Mr. E. D. Mottlev, Mr. H. A. Tudor
Mr. A. S. Bryden, Mr, J. W. Hewitt and
Mr. T. W. Miller
Reoresentatives, Housing Board
Mr. E. D. Mottley and Mr. H. A. Tudor
Trustees, Governing Body of Ha.rrison
College
and the Churchwarden
fex officio) Mr. F. C. Goddard and Mr.
D. G. Leacock, Jnr. ‘
Representatives to the Diocesan Synod
Mr H. A_ Tudor to represent the
Vestry. Mr. T. N. Peirce and Mr. C. A,
Patterson to represe.nt the Cathedral.
Pews and Sittings Committee
The Rector, The Churchwarden, Mr. T
Bowring and Mr. D. G. Leacock, Jnr
Queen's Park Committee
The Churchwarden, Mr. C. A. Braith-

The Chairman

waite, Mr. Hi )A, Tudor, Mr. A. S
Brvden, Mr. FE. D. Mottley, Mrs T. W
Miller, Mr V Chase, Mr. J K. C
Grannum, Mr. A. R. Toppin, Mr. B. A
Weatherhead and Mr J. W. Hewitt

Tax Relief Committee

whole Vestn’,
a quorum
Street Lighting Committee

The whole Vestry

Trustees, Estate of H

Ths Churchwarden and
Goddar
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wait Mr B A Weatherhead, Mr
se Miller, Mr A. P.. Toppin, Mr
H A. Tudor, Mr. J. K. C. Grannum
md Mr. Hewitt

Playing Fields Committee

The Churchwarden, Mr B. A, Weather-
head, Mr. F. ¢ Goddard, Mr. V. Chase.
Mr. E. D. Mottlev. Mr. H, A. Tudor,
Mr. C;C Br Mr. D. G_ Leacock,
J Mr. J. K. ©. Grennum, Mr. T. W
N Mr. J. W Hewitt and Hon. V. C
c together with Mr. A. F. C. Mat-
thews, Mr W. W. Merritt, Mr. L
lynch, Mr, J M. Hewitt, Mr, H. EB, E.

Thorne, Rev. K. A. B. Hinds and Caply
A. M. Jones
Hurricane Relief Committee

The Churchwarden, Mr. C, A. Braith,
ite, Mr T. W. Miller, Mr. V., Chase,
J. K,. C. Grannum, Mr B. A
utherhead, Mr J. W. Hewitt, Mr
A MeKenzie and Mr. J. M. Kidney

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lion by the rate-payers in their ability to run the affairs
the parish, He was sure that they would continue to
work tor the good of the community.

Larceny Case
Struck Out

A decision of Police Magistrate
Mr. G. B. Griffith, was varied by
the Judges of the Assistant Court
of Appeal, Mr. H. A. Vaughan «nd
Mr, A. J, H. Hanschell yesterday
when the Judges struck out a case
the Police brought against Errols
Wright, charging him with stealing
a gold wrist watch. The Police
Magistrate hed dismissed the case
but the Judges struck it ou
through want of jurisdiction.

The complaint had been wrongly
made out. It left out, “... in the
parish of St. Michael.” Mr, George

Farmer appeared on behalf of
Wright.
Wright had been accused of

stealing the watch from Edwin
Clarke of Sandy Lane, St. James,
on November 5 last year.

Clarke said that he went to the
Roxy Theatre on November 5 and
when he parked his car he forgot
hic watch in the pocket of it. When
he returned, the watch was miss-
ing. He reported the matter to the
Police.

P.C. Leslie Davis of the Blac«
Rock Sub Station who was de-
ailed to investigate the case, told
the court that when he visited the
Roxy the night when the report
had been made, he »sked Wright

nmong others whether he knew
anything about the wotch and
Wrieht denied knowing anything

about it He discovered the watch
wrapped in a niece of cloth be-
tween the rafter and the roof oF -
shed bv the Roxy. From further
information he received he
brought the case against Wrirht

DECISIONS
CONKRIRMED

Two decisions cf Police Magis-
trate Mr. A. W. Harper were yes-
terday confirmed by the Judges oi
the Assistant Court of Appeal, Mr.
H. A. Vaughan and Mr. A. J. H.
Hanschell, Mr. Harper had given
judgment for Beatrice Knight of
East Point, St, Philip, in a case
Sydney Parris of the same district
brought against her _ claiming
£1 1s 5d. He also gave her judg-
ment in a case she brought against
Parris and his wife claiming 14/-.

Parris is a shopkeeper and
Knight was also a shopkeeper.

Parris claimed that since Knight
had stopped keeping a shop, she
had credited goods from him.

Knight told the Court that she
had only had goods to the value of
$3.92, but before she had stopped
keeping her shop, Parris and his
wife had credited goods from her.
When Parris asked her for the
money she owed him, she sug-
gested that as he owed her more
than she owed him, he should de-
duct it and pay her the balance,
The balance, she said was $3.37.
Judgment was given for her in
both cases.

POCKET CARTOON
by OSBERT LANCASTER

moustache, ot a
w lot of things that !
he never had!”



District Market
The Commissioners of Health
Advisory Committee to the Churehwarden
and Guardian tn respect to the
Nighteagale Home
The Chairman, Mr. E. D. Mottlay,
Mr. John Beckles and Mr. Victor Chase

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BARBADOS ADVOCATE





C.J. Postpones Re-trial Increased Price Of Milk

Of Shop-breaking Case

The Hon'bio th) Lord Chief Justice Sir Allan Collymore at the

Court -f @

breaking until
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various reasous it was decided th
ho m-Â¥

in this case this session.

Considered By Vestry



ik

AN APPLICATION by Mr. C. W. Springer for an in-
crease in the contract price of milk supplied by him to the
Poor of St. Michael was postponed when the matter came

3 sri “8 yest» $ : e . ’ ,
in which Th eet Clarke Gene ie — Son aes ~~ up for discussion at yesterday’s meeting of the Vestry
tho next sitting of the Court of Grand Session in and 2 Committee was appointed to go into the matter with
4 ‘ to me YW rec 5 e estry
for? dismissing the jury the Hon'ble the Chief Justice said: he pe . : matte ‘5 ee nee nd mes $0 w" Bry n.M
“Thore was to have been a retrial of this case this session. For _ The Commitee is comprised of the Churchwarden, M1
at the case be postponed until the McD. Symmonds; the two Guardians and Mr. B. A
next sitting of this covrt, and as bail is available for the accused Weatherhead
not await his retrial in prison. j
“You will not therefore be called upon to hear anything further Mr. Springer in his lette; VESTR }
You may go now with the thanks of the Vestry stated that owing to ine
island for your services, but for other reasons which may arise this fact that milk production

Court will )- adjourned until Mo:





nday, January 21. have now reached a “new high











ec LMG TIONS



Berier the session an Assize jury doliberated for two and a S asking for an increase in the
j half hours e 4 failed to agree whether 26-year-old Theophilus Clarke ontract price of milk supplied to @ Fiom rage 1
was gui “f breaking into the shop of Hyslep Blenman, the poor of the parish, in line with ~
situated at ~ voedsid> Road, St. Michacl, on June 15, the price fixed by Government 3 St. Andrew
Counsel ia the case were Mr. Henderson Clarke K.C. for the 134 cents per pint delivered in _ Mr, S. W. Benjamin, Mrs. E. E
accused and Mr. F. E. Fisld for tho Crown. The case was heard bulk Bourne, M.C P.. Mr. McD, Cnana
before the Hon'ble Mr. Justice G. L. Taylor. ler, Mr, G. L, armer, Mr. W. W
Fon Oe) ee Ais Mr. Mottley counselled the Ves- Foster, Mr. L. D. Gill, Mr. J. A
wpe try to be very cautious in taking Haynes, M.C.P., Mrs. &. V. Roe)
steps in the matte ang advised Mr. B. SAYaugnan, Mr. S. A
e
them to get all available inform Worrell.
an hn l ues Ol tion regarding the present price Members of the other Ve
now paid to Mr. Springer, and the follow:
cost of milk when the present St. Michael
contract was awarded, He how- Mr. T. Bowring, M1 ( :
oe e ever intimated his intention to Brathwaite, Mr. ©, C. Brown
TV . l ts i vote for an increase on the contract a A. S. Bryden, Mr. V. W. A
: Ou J S n a ¢ price, Chase, Hon. V. ©. Gale, Mit
Mr. F. C. Goddard, M.c.P., a. |
_ - P ae i
TOURISTS visiting Barbados during the coming tour- Price of Feed J. K. C. Grannum, Mi a
‘ taliban’ acl ondles Hewitt, Mr. D. G. Lez K
ist season will have a large quantity of antiques and locally Hon. Mr. Vv. C. Gale suggested & D. “Mottley. Me is erm ia
made articles to choose from. Local antique and gift shops ee comunittee, should be Symmonds, Mr. AR.‘
a ec Oo go into 1e@ «matter Mr. H. A Tud N }
are well stocked. : carefully, and said that there was Weatherhead can e T uw |
At Gorringes’ Antique Shop, Upper Bay Street, some no doubt that the price of animal Miller
of the finest diamonds and antique jewelry in the island let Se did ene ties” a St. Thomas
can be seen. Some of the silver pieces date from 1700. they could just sit around that , HONS J. Mahon, Mr. R. 1
and plain baskets, a large quan- table and work out what increase se So i. Sendiford, M
On display is a beauti® “1 hand- tity of locally made sweets, hand- should be given. He felt Viat if . . D. aaa Mr. A E. Cave, Mi
made Dublin piece datea '777. made clothing for children, wool- small committee went into the bv 2B Gill, Mr. J. c. Thorne, M
There is also an old Militia +1ece jen articles such as sweaters and matter and reported back to the S. A. Walcott, Mr. W. T. Goodin
of solid silver but gold co a booties, crochet hand bags, khus Vestry with recommendations it end Tats 2, A Watson.
ce 1s CUSTER a eats ae whus grass. by beac ada shay) Wark, would be the wiser course, Thet : Christ Church
weighs 130 ounces, net eo bead _necklat 28, a were a committee would have all the Mr. G. C. Ward, Mr. F. C. God
a George III teapot made by pottery, turtle she work, ou necessary facts before them. He @@'d, M.C.P., Mr. C. S. MacKen
liam Bateman. china, pottery and antiques are felt it was fair. thé he , zie, Mr, H. St. G. Ward, Mr. A. (
Another .choice George II! all in stock at the Self Help ; 3 op es Tart Bhat Wey “hoyle Gittens, Mr. C. M Dr: yto N
piece is a silver salver dated People join the Association and 8!Â¥e an increase in view of the fact LE Webster M - Vv = ay ihe M
1739. Teapots from 1768 in a subs ribe these articles. They that the price of feed had gone Mr. ¢ oie aie pr hare
George III Chippendale cabinet, fix their cwn prices and the Self UP, as well as the price of petrol. re - B. Brandford, Mr. G A
silver bound, and chinese pieces, Help receives a -ertain amourit Mr. B.D, Mottley in agreeing Ashby, Mrs H. A. Talm Mi U
including Pekin enamel are also of money from the ssle with the suggestion put forward by Parravicino, Mr. H G. Garnt
age ees Hon. Mr. Gale, hinted to the Ves- Mt. C. Ifll, Mr. M. E.R. Bourn
There is, a_ large nase of try that the Committee's recom- ®°¢ Mr. 7 a: a
George III snuff boxes and some 7 mendations, if accepted by the St. John
very good pieret coe 1S is Lull In Schooner Vestry, should take retrospective ae C. C. Greenidge, Mr, }
portrait of a court beauty by effect. deC, O’Neale, Hon'ble G. D. 1
ater Lely, a painting on panel r rile . L. Bawrow ies
ean Dutch i aaT of the Trade After Amag & toc arenes "an
soventeenth century and a neck- Mr. J. W. Chendler 7
} he a cae Dince 1Y9Z2 siepped in, Wieie tas ‘ ee » 3. W, Chendler, Mr. N. }
F ” ae ac nappniren, been a luis in ne scnooher wade Mau Gets First Qalf Howell, Mr. Ww L Hayne e
Woo arving : With Barpaaos. Yesteraay, ont) ; Mr. C. N, Reece.
A very attractive piece is th¢ seven senooners were in narouur ,, Phe Judges of the — Assistant St. Georve
angel, carved in pear wood by while the week before Corisunmas, Court of Appeal, Mr, H. A Hon'ble G. D. L.. Pile, Mr. A. C
Grinling Gibbon, one of the fin- lune number of schooners in port Vaughan and Mr, A. J, H. Han- Goring, Mr. A. H. Gorine. My
est wood carvers of the Charles jiver reil below 20. schell yesterday agreed with the ¢ 1, L. Sealy, Mr. M. A. Will hal
I period. Pie re aiited Se Mr, Leonard Cheeseman, Mana- 4ecision of Police Magistrate Mi son, Mr, W. A. Yearwood Mr. |
‘cern A pene autae the last 8@P Of the Schooner Pool, toid thcg’* W. Harper that Charles Cat- Ss, A. Douglas, Mr. R. BE, Kine |
i hag OMmnee ¢ ~~ Advocate yesterday that for Christ- well of ape be ging < St. aoe Mr. D. Jordan and Mr. &. M |
yar. s . as ' > ~ pr vere WaS not entitlec 0 two calves Shilst .
Ld ell slabras, fam- ™4S, most of the schooners were i IK . ¥ iilstone,
Old French candela ae oe in Barbados for their crews to Which were born from a cow, the St. Phili |
ous in France, dated 5 sroperty of Louise Ar : , St. in
miners’ lamps, and an early Eng- Spend the holidays here pier ty OF Mouse Armstrong of Mr. D. D. Garner Mr F, 1
lish cut-glass four-foot ‘ceiling Since Christmas, he said, the Six Roads, Mayers, Mr. A. T. Skecte, Mr, P
chandelier are all at Gorringes’. schooners have left for various Armstrong nad given a c lf .» ®, Skeete. Mr. H. L. Smith Me
Mr, Victor Gorringes told the islands aes mer will load cargo'‘Catwell to keep in August 1949, R. St.C. Weekes, Mr. A. FP Creer
Advocate that he receives a new for Bar| mae, | he “Marion Belle with the agreement that when the idge, Mr. D. Rrathwaite, Mr. § Pp
piece nearly every day. He caters Wolfe", “Philip H. Davidson”, calf would have grown up, its first Blades and Mr. 1. Webstey
to most of the tourists who visit “Frances W. Smith” and “Frank- i

Barbados. Some of them buy his
articles to sell again in shops in
the U.S.A. and Canada.

He came to Barbados three
years ago from Worcestershire,
England. Apart from selling ar-
ticles, he gives valuations on ar-
ticles and identifies correct dates.

Mr. Gorringes said that his
antique shop is well known
throughout the world. Three

years ago when he came to Bar-
bados, the majority of Barba-
dians were not antique minded
“They are getting so now”, he
said.

At Prince’s Gift Shop in_ the
Aquatic CTub yard, there is a
large variety of eastern goods.
This shop was opened about a
month ago and it is run by Mr.
Dayid Gorringes and his wife.
He is the son of Mr. Victor Gor-
ringes and is “a chip of the old
block.”

Lainpshades
He has in stock all types of
lampshades of various colours

and designs the prices of which

are from $5 upwards, He also
has many old stamps, orienta)
goods, a Chinese mahogany set

and’ Japanese Satsuma ware,

On sale are many Indian san-
dals, turbans, brass ware, Indian
silk carpets, silk scarves and
embroidered kimonos,

Mr, David Gorringes said that
he is trving to stick to eastern
merchandise. He has only been

Barbados*a year
Also in the. Aquatic Club yard

in

is the Mayfair Gift Shop. This
has a good selection of local
good Louis L. Bayley’s Shop,
also at the Aquatic Club, has a
good stock of figurines, boxes in
reelain and arch. trays. .
Some of the most beautiful

baskets in the island can be seen
at the Women’s Self Help Asso-
ciation in Broad Street. There is
also a large number of attractive
nahogany trays and boxes, s

Hand paintings and souvenir
books of the island, native dolls
and hand carvings, embroidered

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issue would become the propert>

lyn D. R.” are in British Guiana. of Catwell.

Among them, cargoes of rice, tire-
wood, charcoal and little fruit will When the calf grew up, it gave
soon be brought up. birth to two calves. Catwell told

Smaller schooners which arrive the judges that he had left the cow
here with light charcoal from St. and two calves in Vineyard Plan-

The inquiry into tr
stances surrounding, the death

Inquiry Adjourned

cireum

of

Elmina Hoyte of Government Hill,

Lucia and fruit from Dominica, tation to graze and had not found St. Michael was adjourned until
St. Lucia and St. Vincent are ex- them on returning, He went to January 21 by Coroner E, A
pected to make calls around the Armstrong who had removed them McLeod at the District “A” Police
end of the month ind who gave him one calf, He Court yesterday

In port yesterday, the “Timothy told Armstrong that more than Hoyte was stabbed to death
A. H. Vansluytman” was discharg- one calf was his and asked her for #20Ut 8.15 p.m. on Thursday
ing firewood, the “Zita Wonita’ helf of the value of the other calf January 7 on Government Hill
firewood and charcoal. Both shins $24 ' The mother of the deceased sac
called from British Guiana. ' that her daughter left her home

Mr. Cheeseman expects the Armstrong's agent admitted to at Government Hill, St Michael
; : . for a walk sometime during the
schooner trade to be bristling by|the Court that Catwell had cor- afternoon of January 7. Later she
early February. rectly told them what had hap- jeard someone say that her daugh-



pened, but Armstrong claimed the
whole of the second calf as the
agreement was that Catwell w
to get the first calf and the firct
had been givén to him

ler was dead

‘Planter’ Calls For
Sugar And Runs

Mortuary

The Harrison liner S.S.
ter arrived at Barbados yester-
day evening to load a cargo of |
sugar and rum for London, The |
Planter is consigned to Messrs
Da Costa & Co., Lid a

Lighters of sugar were ready |

when she ia

Just Received —
a fresh shipment of

PURINA CHOWS

H. Jason Jones & Co, Ltd.

for the Planter ar-
rived, but the ship did not begin
to load until this morning, Long- |

shoremen were working from yes- ia

terday morning loading the light-
ers. |

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AGE SIX BARBADOS ADVOCATE TUESDAY, JANUARY 15, 1952
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& LA S S I F it D A D S PPhaciasc sell ane 00s —— | OFFICIAL TICE SHIPPING NOTICES
i NO |
| . | There are vaeancies for sopranos in| i
TELEPHONE 2508. oe s tthe above named society. Please apply | BANE \DOS IX THE cOoURT OF CHANCERY | ——————— — ———— ess .___eee
all pi CRN eae are ea REAL ESTATE Ss Hud Pendle, Pine Hil, St iénee of the Chancery Act 1906, I do hereby give notice to all persons MONTREAL, AUSTRALIA AND NEW, ¢& 4
lichae so 1 ee ee 1ing any jfstate right or interest to any lien or encumbrances in et ZEALAND LINE LTD. e as -
r rr r Engages > ) | 2. 1, 52—Bn | affecti he property hereinafter mentioned (the property of the defendant) to MANZ LINE The M/V “CARIBBEE” wi
For By ths. M ge Er agement FOR SALE } TOR BALE. ON BANT \———— bring ctore me en. aeepu t of their claims with thei witnesses documents anit accept Cargo and Penpesss for
seneineens vs : — ARCHVILLE—Sargeants Village, Christ | vougher to be examined by me on any Tuesday or Friday between the hours of M.V. TEKOA is expected to load at Dominica, Antigua, lontserrat,
Ste bass cosa per word foc sack | cur Yes wiles fran Town, Govt. water| LIQUOR, LICENSE NOTICE) [8 ro" 208 9 cee a ath dev of ‘Moost Registratio® Office, Public Building:.| Australian Ports for Trinidad, Barba | Nevis and St. Kitts. Sailing Friday
ainurn cen te neon ae Flect an 2 ing y | ° cs ridgeiuwn, lore the 4th day of March 1882, in order suc 13 | dos, Bermuda ly J a - isth inst
pnades ghee at as, ee AUTOMOTIVE lA. L. May i, Atasoene aaineuctng tet keocee Oh te Wmae I . ee may be reported on and ranked according to the nature ait Phew mires ing at Barbados. suet Maeeh oun. The M/V “CACIQUE DEL
oe eee ‘ , ; ae) ee See ee Michael] resp'ctively otherwise such persons will be precluded from the benefits of any| This vessel has ample space for chilled : . ’ ar; 1d
Notices onky after 4 p.m CAR: One (® Standard 8 in good| __ LST Noa De aa 15.1.53-—Bn | ues Cane at eee ae. Malt deci be deprived of all claims on or against the said weetenien Pete herd frozen, and oe A cargo . ee — 9
wor . " , : sp ornaacensaiineal tet Aquors es xttom floor oF 2- * s s > St cia, &§
Sls eahees: tab ‘abbeeeeeeeeehs: OME CME ta’ MEeraeen ee Soe CRATE. Well-constructed 6ft square| storey wall building in Church Vil Paintin HUGH OWEN SAINT CLAIR CUMBERBATCH Cargo accepted on through Bills of Vincent, Grenada and Aruba
Birth Marriages, Deaths, Acknow-| Road , 18.1.52-—2r by 4 ft. long, suitable for Garage,| st. Michael Defendants: WALTER FRANCIS REECE and + Lading with transhipment at Trinidad Sailing Wednesday 16th inst.
ledgements, anc In Memoriam notices is} 2° : | fowl ee Horse Bex. Best offer|” Dated this 11th day of January 1962 SELMA CATHLEEN REECE PATTERSON eee Windward and Lee- The M/V “DAERWOOD" witl
5 ; ye $ a y ov a 4 € 3 ; ri Dei wr . rr » ace * e
oe oe Wome cars ent Se oe Sundays! CAR; One Prefect Ford in exesilest Apply: Ralph eee awe, en nna | 8% 2: 3. SE, PROPERTY: FIRSTLY ALL THAT certain piece or parcel of land (former! ot Tucia, sst. Vineent,, Grenada
ier ‘any nee a oe Oe to , 84} condition, five g6d° tyres Ring 3018 , 14. 1.5a—2n | Police gistrate, Dist, “A parteof the lands of Kirtons Plantation) known as “Robin Hood” situate in tho| For further particulate apply, to— and Aruba. Séiling date to be
: — E ary Ree ip ine 15.1.5a—4n} pais 2 Peterae ae V ie eee part of Saint Philip and Island aforesaid containing by admeasurement 4 acres rw, WITHY & Co,, Ltd. notified
S per on Sundays PAA -caleateiaaearerieas ti lertesininseninrnmeainemaamummmaalS “STEWARTVILLE or rant.| 3 roods twenty ye c : a yund: 5 iN ,
additional word CAR One Brand New A-40 1961] wore ot eae A Aa gee lm N _B.—This application will be consid« the fost en I Serve ce athe Gitesns an the South ‘op .sieee rouk on Bw =r tanto m8
Model. Apply to M. C, James, Bate, ‘ » at ered at a Licensing Court to be held ete! ' a c . i ‘ ;
- wien a — P }on 13,198 square feet of land extending \St Police Court, Dist, “A”. on Tuesday] (oe west Gn yg public — war. oe, eet ALE Serene or DaCOSTA & Co., Ltd. Consignee. Tele. No. 4047.
: Swen SUG ac sagisaseeaiemen | tn, Te ee meee ee Sees j22ncd day of January 1952 at 11 o’elock re cee the tome Sey ee _ ont BARBADOS.
DIE leo 4 of land Ss Roa’ SOAP ACEO
i CAR _ One 1934 Chevrolet Car parts for The house contains drawing and dining |, , piece or parcel of la situate at Six Cross ds in the said parish of Saint awl. nts bts tet,
eg ene —_—_————- | . ne at © Th rooms, 3 bedrooms, kitchen etc. electric- | * G. B. GRIFFITH Philip and island aforesaid centaining by admeasurement one rood thirty eigh: ————————
sale in perfect condition. Apply: ‘oris , perches or thereabouts abutting and bounding on lands of The Grove Plantation
WARD—On January 14, 1952. Mrs. Cath-| Jordan, Boscobel, St. Peter.

vants rooms in yard.
Inspection by appointment with the
undersigned. " i
The property will be set up for sale . .
by Public Competition at our Office P l N
James Street, Bridgetown, on Friday | 0 ice otice
18th instant, at 2 p.m. j
YEARWOOD & BOYCE
11,1.52-—Tn Six Recruits are required for
PROPERTY AT CHEAPSIDE jthe Grenada Police Force. Appl
One large substantially built two cants must be between 20 and 2c
storey wall building just below Sin ars of age, 5 feet, 7 inches it

on lands of Thurban Plantation on lands now cr late of one Holder and on the
public road or however else the same may abut and bound THIRDLY ALL THAT
certain piece or parce! ot land (part of a larger area of land known as Johnny
Ward containing Eight acres one rood ten perches which was formerly part of the

CL)
lands of Kirtons Plantation) situate in the said parish of Saint Philip and Island I

aforesaid containing by admeasurement Four acres two roods or thereabouts abut- , ,

15.1,.52—-1

erine Ward (better known as Aunt 12.1.5%—2n
Kate. Her funeral leaves her late
residence near Alieynedale, Black Rock
ut 4.15 o’clock this afternoon for tify
Black Rock Brethren Room and thenc
to the Westbury Cemeter'

Florence Ward td grter! Juliar

Ilda, Winnie Ward and Elsie Straker

(grandchildrer 15.1.58







ity and government water installed. Ser- | Police Magistrate, Dist. “A

CAR-—One Buick 8 (J-1) in excellent
ondition. Apply: L. N. Simpson, Guinea
Plantation, St, John. 12.1.52—7n
——$————

CAR—Chevrolet Sedan 1946, Dial 3326
” appointment to inspect it Offers
nvited 13.1.52—4n
ae

CAR--Smail Merris 8 Touring Car, in
good working condition, good tyres.
c sult J. Downie, near Bibys Gap,







the same may abut and bound FOURTHLY ALL THAT certain piece or parce) CANADIAN SERVICE

of land (part of a larger area of land known as Tank Field which was formerly .

vart of the lands of Kirtons Plantation) situate in the said parish of Saint Philia From Halifax, N.S., and Montreal,
and, Island aforesaid containing by admeasurement two roods one and seven-tenths
verehes or thereabouts abutting and bounding on lands now or late of Adelaid? Expected Arrival

MEMORIAM







public market, standing on 54,000 sq











So eT lis Rood, St. Michael. 1.0 Maron, | Demtie, KES lage of 190: Th josee) and have passed Standarc Clarke on lands now op ate of one Mr. Beetiwe prancis Recce and Selma Cathie: ere es we neaeeen
GIBSON: In ever loving memony off CAR BARGAINS—One Morris Oxford, Sittabie os guest one ae pend yf ee is halal B Koupe Petiemen 204 op 2 seek Wh. Sommnan poe ping a pine. tbe eae sae a a ane ‘ uh . 3 aap 3 Jen. 4 SRDUAEY

Ethele: . The es "e Sensor ; ne 1.00 pales, ore Stanterd ¥ meee Scott, Sgamestoe cane , . 15 2n PP" al ” . es Tr | “lela” (formerly part of the lands of Kirtens Plantation) situate in the said paris. , 5 ‘A VESSEL” : is Feb 21 Feb. 6 aah

Eth done 2,600 miles. One SM1500_ Singer. District “A” at 10.00 a.m. on Fri Mf Saint Philip and Island aforesaid containing by admeasurement Two acres two] s.s..“A VESSEL” . ‘ 7 Mar 40 Mar 26 March
eee ee. oe eRe ien nia eee Se i lg Sgr ord Roadster | ROCKLEY NEW ROAD—Ney"® Taint Jaws, 18th January. 4 ods twenty perches or thereabouts abutting “and bounding on lands now or tats See ee ae ; er
> tir mar . * taint ‘ Sind " 2 a ullt- t. = “HEL a a n sides on la now or late of Kirtons Plantation on
To live in, oemary Of those you | extitieht conditign. | Phape 4488, Ratna" | Etdearas. Standing on aprox. 18/000 | RT. MICHELIN, | | Siner wands of the said Walter Francis Regog and Selma Cathleen Reece, Patterson UNITED KINGDOM SERVICE

The Giirouw a 4132-1 ——

eq. ft, land. Entire house built on large | 1 i te
scale comprising three bedrooms all to Police Headquarters,
the East, spacious bathroom etc, kitchen, | Bridgetown,

‘of tama Gomme or however lve the see us aban ey", ie] FROM SWANSEA, LIVERPOOL AND GLASGOW

sid parish of Saint Philip and Island aforesaid containing by admeasurement one





1947 Hudson Sedan 14,000 miles. Excel
lent condition and just right for Tourist



































. - Trace dining and living rooms, with wonderful | }¢ @ ar 95% cr or thereabouts abutting and vounding on lands now or late of Marchfiela Expected Arrival
PERSON AL i: aad Chrysler Royal going cheap coulc view of Golf Course. Corresponding | 12th January, 1952. lantation on lands now or late of William Jervis et al on lands now or late of Swansea Liverpeol Glasgow Dates Bridgetown,
conltn | ta ands ‘tate . cea Fort | ‘mount of space underneath inclusive of | 13.1.52—2r Lo eph Howard and on the publie road or however else the same may abut ans 7} i a Barbades
: ——__—____=—] Royal. Garage Ltd. Telephone 4504. | servants make bath and tollet, garage | ound. 8.5. Yip ROGENANG” 5.5 38 Sem.” 8 sand ae eS, ROGENAES” .. 19Jan, 25 Jan 30 Jan. 15 February
The public aro hereby warned against P ‘ 51.526» | ‘94 area suitable for large hobby room ANNOUNCEMENTS Bill filed: 16th October, =
Wiving @Fedi; to 3 ife GWENI rN ve laundry a ated: 3ist December, .
DARD. ince PUISHELIS as T do not : “por further information phone, 8481 | wVER: eeieos H. WILLIAMS, UNITED KINGDOM AND CONTINENTAL SERVICE
nyself respo he 7 ELECTRICAL Sundays) 2205. Week-days 8 a.m rt 2 m. | Registrar-in-Chancery eee ame
contract ; febt « t —— 5.1, 52—3n GLADIOLI & DAHLIA” 1.1,52—41 saa Expected Arrival
my name unl writt o " DEEP FREEZE—One_ second hand a Qitieke ane nee takher” tadeee\ otek ntwerp Rotterdam London Dates Bridgetown,
by mo 7 PRESTCOLD Deep Freeze in good work- \Giadioli and Dablias for delivery in ico ecient eeinecsaerenemes i itr A ACAD. |. «| RUNROVER as se pS _ Barbados
ERIC McDONALD GODDARD ing condition, Apply Hastings _Hote AUCTION December 1952, parties interested in s. Li zi 5 Jan an ‘ap 10 February
Four Roads Nursery,} Utd 11.1.52—6n | booking please phone 4442, T. Geddes —_— — ——___— Se =
19.1. 8a~2n nip ; orannerrr mearnsii ota | Se anaes raat GOVERNMENT Agents: PLANTATIONS LIMITED — Phone 4703
, MECHANICAL UNDER THE SILVER gents: — Phone





CHILD'S TRICYCLE—Branker Trotman

LOST & FOUND | © co. Ls. Mish Street 15.1.52—an

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TYPEWRITERS—A limited number of







HAMMER



ATTENTION is drawn to the Control of Prices (Defence)

PCO: P doyds Agents | , : . »

(eee ae TUESDAY 1th at our | Gums Bleed (Amendment) Order, 1952, No. 2 which will be published in thx °

Mart 17 Hit St t | 5 3 av , 52.

1a itene One-0-One, Bis yds. Rayon, | F | Oficial Gazette of Monday 14th January, 19 | = Steamship ‘0.
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the Hermes Swiss made Baby rortable
LOST typewriters. Known and used the world ’ ‘ . J * pie ie
== == - over. K. R. Hunte & Co. Ltd. Dial] 10 Sheets Wallboard, 6 Car Batteries, 2. Under this Order (a) the maximum wholesale and retail
t WAT 1 4611 or 5027 55 pkgs. Cornflakes. 30 Tins Baking eei)i tees “Rish— ” s follows: —
White: Paes » 18. 1. 5230 | Powder, 7 Cartons Mixed Nuts and also selling prices of “Fish—Fresh” are ai .
a ee to mt fall _____.-—__———- | Ladies ‘Shoes, Children Shoes, and 40} ———__——_ ceeetencntiy hs Ga NT ES Oe
Lane Si. M TYPEWRITERS Olympia Portable Tins Sweet Biscuits, Office Rails . my . . | RETAIL Say” SORE. sunwae ne
is. 1 Typewriters, 1952 Models, price $140.00 | Jalousies Screens and Lumber | e ot . ! 4 §
“a Pee ertiion of these superb machine: | Sale 12.90 o'clock. ‘Terma ca%h f Doe ys a ARTICLE WHOLESALE PRICE PRICE S.S. “OCEAN RANGER” sails 4th Jan. —arrives B'dos 15th Jan. 1952.
NOTEROOK—Between 9 a.m is invited. A. G, St, Hil. Dial 3199 BRANKER, TROTMAN & CO.) ‘ WN a J (not more than) ; (not more A STEAMER sails 25th Jan.—arrives B’dos Sth Feb. 1952.
1m. on }%th dnnuary from 1.1.52—In.—e.0.d "Auctioneers } ft than) A STEAMER {ls 15th Feb.—arrives P'dos 26th Feb. 1952.
Cutting ie block a licietestallaninenasiccantaamesnanin sitar - are a ———_—_ —_— — - a 2
leaf Note Fir et CAMERA--One a) Speed Graphic 12,1 52—-2n. | ———— | —— NEW ORLEAN:
to M : : i ; > a EANS SERVICE
o Mr, Rogers up gamers eoconlete ie Sash Cun ane ] Fish—Fresh: a Kiathadin ta shy é STEAMER sails 2nd Jan.—arrives B'dos = oo 1952.
BE a a ee p ndapter: | TBantations Building. | UNDER THE IVORY HAMMER | (a) Bream, Snapper, | 30c. per lb. (ex beach or STEAMER Sails 16th Jan—gprives Bidos sist wan, 1008.
—_—_—- — & ' . Lid., Plantations Building | A STEAMER sails 30th Jan.—arrives B’dos 14th Feb, 1952
¢ pgp oiNge up tine Rane age i ae fy instructions received from the | Grouper, Amber boat) : ve ++ | 36ce, per Ib. ee NL TT
ree! Dicky i Insurance C 1 will sell on Friday Fish we | yy
seamen Piakwick, Gop aad Stestins MISCELLANEOUS January “tein, at, Messrs General “Mot | be ee souTuBOUND i: Saree
a oars es ey oe Bus Co. Nelson St. (1) 1950 A-a0 ee |
Advocate Adve Dep own ~ 1 Sale ; 96c py < ¢ : .
o1a be given ee - rane | Austin Car. Damaged in accident) Sale Stop Pyorrhea and (b) Dolphin, King-] 26c. per Ib. (ex beach or|30c. ,, ,, Name of Ship Balls Balls aaiieas
5, 1, s2-tn| AGRICULTURAL FORKS—Just | ar+) at 2 p.m Terms Cash. fish boat) Montreal Halifax Barbados
cont Le Get okies ey JOHN D VENCENT GRIFFITH Trench Mouth AS oe :% “ re oa S.S “ALCOA POINTER” .. .. 25th Nov. 51 28th Nov. 51 8th Dee. Si
———_ AYLOR & Su Auctioneer. S.S. “ALCOA PEGASUS” .. . — 4th Dec. 51 24th Dec. 51
=a —- 15.1.52—1n | 15.1. 52—4 | . ; 95 ig S.S. “ALCOA PL eR” am 2 cc. § 8
ANNOUNCEMENT hcieliicteceonsnceneialiceaepinediannntnicarte de as | in 24 Hours (c) Albacore, Bill}|22c. per lb, (ex beach or|24c. ,, ,, BS: ae A PL ANTER * ‘ aah Pec. a1 cath Jans ta
CORN—At Rock Plantation, St, Peter, | Bleeding gums, sore mouth, o: loose $ i . boat Z aM ay TEAMER ee s* y. 52 21s 7
- = 615-6) ET Le NOTICE | teeth mean that you are a victim of Pyor- Fish, Barracuda ) | ROBERT THOM LTD. NEW YORK AND GULY¥ s€RVICE.
were 1 did Rance . i. rhea or Trench Mouth, or some bad disease

that will eventually cause you to lose all

eyour teeth and have to wear false teeth (d) Flying Fish .. [| 6c. each (ex beach or boat) | 7¢, each APPLY:—DA COSTA & CO., LTD.—CANADIAN SERVICE

before your time. Since the great World

—White Leghorn at 30 cents each.



“EGC

L. Burton, Cotton Factory Ltd, ene

















































































4 i oe IT
13.1.62—-1n | War these mouth diseases have spread in lots of not less than 25
} eee — | throughout the world so that now se en-
| PERTILIZER DISTRIBUTOR — Massey NOTICE | tist ay that four out of over ave people a ROBERT THOM LIMITED
. aa Savage are sufferers sooner oF} ra 1 . 3 oi a
arris. Courtesy Garage. Dial 4816. PARISH OF ST. ANDREW are sufferers sooner OF ater Mictore it is | (¢) Seine Fish PLANTATIONS BUILDING, LOWER BROAD STREET
8.1,53—@n The following persons having with- | too late, because they often cause not only Mackerel, Ca-
ED BHEite A limited) drawn by letters to. me ae eandicates, 10 | the loss of, teeth, but also chronie Fheums- GLa ie : Passenger Sales Agents for:
hee cist ne 7 wa 2 Pa Clection to the Vestry of St. Andrew:— | tism and heart trouble. ‘ valy Johns, Trans-Canada Airlines, B.O.A.C. and B.W.1.A.
Enquire Auto Tyre Company, Trafalgar} © 1 nr a a poral Ww ee | New Discovery Saves Teeth Jacks, Sprats, ALCOA STEAMSHIP COMPANY
{ ny Streets. P > 5 rewster, ash, . ee moson, the discovery of an Ameriet 5
& Spny Streets. Phone 2600. an, | D._P. Hope, and £. Smith | cclentian. fights these troubles in a new Bonita, Herring,|22c. per Ib, (ex beach or Telephone No. 4466
I therefore declare the following per- | a « way. It penetrates right to the Goat Fish ue boat) is au i. 24c. per lb.
—_— - ——-—~—— | ing to be duly elected Vestrymen for | trouble, stops gums from bleed-
One SPRAY PAINTING arte? the your 1903:— | very int ay, guickly sakes Sbe . SS=S=—=—"—>—>>— Kx
Perf pond t ly: S - yea wee soreness out of your mouth, en 7
casero 8. W. Benjaman | fictions the teeth Tne following wetter | (ft) Pot Fish —— .. om ste iad Pl FOR SALE |
\ 15.1 52@n S . urn om . Bas v
: McD. Chandler ‘Armosan users get: "T suffered from Trench \ ORIENTAI | ODDMENTS at Trelawny Hnst-
er - fst aT ae rrhan for be SL a NTS at Trelawny Hast
SANATOGEN WINE—Contains all the G. L. Farmer Bins ware fre. aud bleeding weet cea (ge) Shark... af _ 16e. 3) on ings Main Road near St, Matthias
eetive principles of Sanatogen in a W. W. Foster = teoth, while saverc! other tecth Gap. Large Freezer, Florence
picasant form, — Tonle and Restorative L. D, Gill xotsing Looser all the time, J tried IRS Stove, Cots, Mattress, table, chairs,
KNIGHT'S LTD 15.1.52—2n J. A. Haynes ngs and Shan Feats oe Ed _—— ~ * - dressing table, Congoleum etc. |
" al a ara leat E. V. oe ys ne had ee lane (b) the items “Fish-Salted” and ‘Oats (Feed)” have been de- SILKS, CURIOS, ARTS Apply on premises.
Sede Puopiee, Rittons ete. 81.95 Pk SA Worrell” | cr sefenete En ay oul dlenppetrace leted in their entirety from the Control of Prices (Defence) | {{ VENDEMOS, SEDAS, | 14.180--1n
eeding Puppics, ens © 7 , t . . a .
| xranrs LTD. 15.1,62—2n W. D. JORDAN | my iocse teeth were much tighter and thes (Amendment) Order, 1951, No. 22. OTe Nant Maine SSS
" ea _—— . zi , cone. F a Foals sa sal soiled een 1Dos
7 St. A . ) Te
|, TYRES—At last, now. obtainable in Parish of Ot ie beta Guaranteed 14th January, 1952. 15.1.52. DE LA INDIA CHINA e {
Darvas, the amous truc and ast 7 ©
i . i so iast and so certain EJIPTO (
car tyres and at reasonable prices. Se Sager. SER Re a iat ateed to stop your gums
nies them at our new showroom or dial 461) NSE NOTICE | i , end sore mouth and tighten ° | ’ LS if
PROFESSOR WEEKES br 3027, K.R. Hunte & Co., Lad. ee = Daisy Jackman, | Your -eeth to sour complete satisfaction oF PRROOB9S penetonoenenneneoesnoeenyonnre eet THANI’S
P c 5 inoney back on return t age
I beg through this mediu PUR canted te cea et ae Shopkeeper of Bay Street, St aMiohae n't iake * chance on osing your teeth or Pr. Wm. Hry. St. Dial 3466 '
s De 8 n “int s edium for permission to sell nie * | er iB the dangers EE rheumatisas ty al ’ Situated on a high Ridge at
inform the public and whom 1 Liquors, &c., at bottom floor of a 2-| jeart trouble. Get Amosan from your — by Top Rock standing on 19,000 sq. ft.
may pins ay ; from Januar FOK RENT storey wall building in Upper Bay St henust today under wee oe Suerte a i ary pees. bedrooms, m4 “large
oti 5 City. fi a Z the Lounge, separate Dinin Room
Ist, 1952 A.D., I w be referre D “ 952 i nothing as th “ be i ning .
’ « ' ated this 14th day of January 1952. | : M s Li e, M er 2
to as Professor Wee'ses (the sam: | > re “S. ‘BY GRIFFITH, Esa. | FAVRE DSRAMceccnice pro AMERICAN Special . i un Lounge, Modern kitchen, 2 \
person known as C. N. Weekes for | HOUSES Police Magistrate, Dist. “A | For @vorrhea~Tronch Mouth 2-BURNER KEROSENE with hot water. All the Bedrooms

JOJAN JACKMAN,





fully tiled Bath Rooms and Toilet

having Built in cupboards, outside Sy

{ 2 Car Garage, Servant’s room, {
Children’s Play Room, Toilet, & |)
Shower. The Gardens are well

ON LEGS laid out having a dual Entrance.

the past 57 years), “From tht pe eee

N B.—This application will be consid- | SODA PSSD9SOSSI FO PS FSFE,
ered at a Licensing Court to be held | 8 %
at Police Court, District “A" on Friday | ,§ %
the 25th day of January 1952 at 11 o'clock | $

Y . FLAT—One (1) three bedroom flat un-
Reading of my School” Professo1 | turnished at Abergeldie, Dayre!ls Road.

Fimer BE. Knowles Copyright 192¢€| Dial 4255. Mr. E. C, Field.
by Psychology Foundation, Brus- 10,1.52—7n





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LADY to manage small store in Hast

1% SOCKETS from %” to 114”

Tins SWEET COR



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BAKED BEANS District. Apply in person to Stans



cee ae ce Distt ApDty '$ TORQUE WRENCHES — RATCHET HANDLES
GARDEN PEAS 15.1. 52—t.f.n Tins Grapes iy EXTENSIONS — SPEED BRACES

SPAGHETTI & CHEESE

46.4.
POSS OCOFR

CCS GOSS



3
c ed rice 5,400. For viewing and
sels, Belgium. MYRAVILLE: Aquatic Garden. Fur- | 4.m. & re 4 yh x Pathe tagawilen, tema
. shed, From Jan, ith to March ieth.| G. B. GRIFFITH, 18 We have just abs g Onl 75 ea Beard’s Auction and” Furnishing
PROFESSOR WEEKES. wo months only. Phone Marshall 4117 Police Magistrate, Dist. X x S SI) nly » . Show Rooms, Lower Bay Street.
yotween 8 am. and 1) a.m s | 7 p
POOPED SOOO”. : 16.1, 52—4n X Received % % x cai tater tintin coat aca
& onegeiee —_—$—$—$——$——$— 1 vid >it e Don't forget Ralph Beard has a
$ % ,MALTA—Cattlewash, from the 15th to 1 is | (i W Hutchinson large stock of New and secand
ve Sls anuary, ‘ebruary, arch, ay. ‘ ° e 1a p a p
¥ A MODERN BATH ROOM Dl’ tune, July Apply Mrs sai, Benen WANTED | y e@ % th & CO, LTD need. Furniture at xaeagnee
Wo J Harryman & Co, ‘ vis hj i r =
is a necessity and with an... Ve _ Ah es: Large Commission and g % § x W SS :
LAIN ee eaten ee % Shipping office ye yaar eey 7h Kellogg's All Brag. x . % POO OOSS POOP POPPE PP LEP LELSE LSPS EASA 4"
+ u ‘ > %,
: ; : perienced salesman to sell Pkgs. Shredded Wheat. 4.1 nr 1 y
hot, bath jis obtainable in. 2 WANTED ih Berienced sojvor Hardware {|} '% Ib, Pkes, St. Biscuits, | S18 STOP THOSE LEAKING TAPS WITH :
. ——— ence. Custard = Cre Trifruit ¥ |S x
ING, NOON, or NIGHT . . ; and Repcle SarePo wey Puffs, ‘Assorted ‘Pat-s-Cake, % % ¥ x HOLDTITE TAP WASHERS x
NR .+..+. See them y HELE }} Good Salary for right per- P.F. Shorteake, Marie, Vita- \ % BR 4 in, AND 34 in, OBTAINABLE %
% At Your Gas SI Oe page vi bho aa as t Bis- 3 % 31% >
¢ At Your Gas Showroom, and %| A CLERK for the Hardware Dept po || Ss Swee s- ¥ $ AT NN
8 book one to-da rom our % | she who has had no less than 2 years Apply by letter to’P. | cuits. x x + %
S neat shipment. * B | Sference: "Apply in writing aniy, Ni. ff Box 108, Bridgetown, (3 pins Fruit Cocktail y : CENTRAL EMPORIUM S
x cs m } i ut ‘ 13,1.52—4n /% Chase & Sanborn, Maxwell % You should Never Motor without .. . ‘RTS Cnr. Broad & Tudor Sts. in
SSDS SOSH OE EEEDIES | AN OVERSEER for Hanson Plantation, | eee PPE SA RARAC ISS | Tins Guava & So a ‘ 3656565659 OOP PELGLE LLL hs
POOPOPOO SP CPCTPPPPOOEE | 3x. Goorge, please apply in pesos if . Tins Strawberries. x SOCKET SETS — OPEN END SPANNERS PE LALLA E EF EEEES OOOF < <-
" \ 2.1.53-—1n 5 RS °
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MINCED BEET With CEREAL 9 | Oey rence ecpetiencs an advantage. (} fins Sliced Pine Apple WALDEN WRENCHES
> ye erk, previous experience an adva " . ”
% Teeae serons \pply: Manager, Lower Estate Factory + BEACH HAT } fins Coffee | SCREW DRIVERS—3”, 4”, 5”. 6”, 8
9.1.52—
5 GRAPE Lanse \$ And LARGE SUCTION TOOLS e
> yg % | SALESMAN: Will also have to cover ee ie
° APRICOTS ne Leeward and Windward Islands at 1%
R PINEAPPLES S tervals. Application treated. sanmaen * ‘ is ‘
Oo ates Ad Box ¥, Adyocat . Late, . } x
Sie! tani ALA Soe SPAaoiae Ce |} * SUIT CASES 3 INCE & Co, Ltd. }'s ECKSTEIN BROS.
& WOR. SAUCE ae itt : +S
xX . ‘ Youns lady assistant for office work \) 8 & 9. “BU ST. Y
$ "BACON per “vison net" Appuication in wstins |} (SMALL & LARGE) i & 9, ROEBUCK ST. =< § ~=Phone 4269. -0- Bay Street. Cable Address
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: Advertise in the) «+ EMBD. Ladies’ OFFERS INVITED for (subject to prior sale) Surplus pure bred and |
\ RALPH A. BEARD idceocate ice highly selected grade British Friesian Bulls from the Exchange Dairy AUCTIONEERS, : {
ee ee em + BLOUSES of Caroni Limited, Carapichaima, Trinidad, B.W.1. }
jj} Offers you the following vor Results P44 } )
Bargains in Property . , . $$%9595995960699999988% These d th 1. “CARONI VICTOR” aes *.! Pure bred 3 years old | VALUERS, i
Tl and other ! i
WORTHY If not saved but seeking a es go * bars ( }
vache ae WN og HLS Salvation, please write for sini 2. “CARON COMMODORE _ Pure bred 1% | |
Shurch, stat , ines « . )
DU. baie hs tedseione ‘ Bee uC ? i ' ded 13 months \
sq.ft, huving ae FREE ROOK i 3. “CARONI CAPTAIN” |... -Highly Gra BUILDING CONTR ACTORS.
out ee Zones and Which Makes =e ¢ ae { } 1. “CARONI SERGEANT” do 12 }))
lowers, sounge ; a > . SE a a 2 s i}
ae with eee caine GOD Ss WAY OF ’ \ ‘ {
Buleony Modern Built-in 4 TH ‘ 5 “CARONI CHIEF” me ie do 1 nk
Kitehen wit! sakfast Bal-
une, Ouisiae titer Gacnee SAL a OM | a “age J 4 $ 151 & 152 Roebuck Street,

5 a x Faces, Laundry, PLAIN” sinne Wie, tery @ \ 6. “CARONI CORPORAL ’ B27 ° ” N 900

olet & Shower having all }f S. Roberts, Gospel . Henry &
conveniences and being fully Book & Tract Service, 30 % Swan Streets ) All above bulls are Bovine Tuberculosis tested. i Telephone o. 4 :
enclosed. Price £5,000, * Central Ave., Bangor, N.I. » |

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TUESDAY, JANUARY 15, 1952 BARBADOS ADVOCATE PAGE SEVEN
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BY CARL ANDERSON

A
TOAST TO

YOUR
HEALTH!!

ur WINCARNIS Wie

ASSIST YOU TO GUARD IT
BUY A BOTTLE TO-DAY.

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SPECIAL offers to all Cash and Credit Customers ‘for “ei Monday: to Wednesday ony

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“SPECIAL OFFERS are now ®vailable at our Branches Tweedside.
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bead Usually NOW Usually Now
Boxes Turkish Delight 91 60 tn, Wall's Oxford Sausages 69 6O
Tins Raspberries 77 7 z
Peanuts (Per lb) 38 34. Pkgs. Jac. Cream Crackers 49 30
eS ic Sano as we Parente ala eee Pkgs. Lux Flakes 26 22 Tins Classic Cleanser 24 21
=] BULLET MIGHT GONYINCE you: ‘MON aos ‘TO mS is “THINK See AN IM MEOST OR AVI a IN F e 4]
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THE COLONNADE GROCERIES

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BY FRANK ROBBINS

.eeJIM, ME POOR-R,GAD PILOT, ‘29 leur SEEMS AG YOLIR SONI IE a HM, .'2 ALMOST FORSOT cor!
AND I WERE CRUISIN’ ALONG se) Fe BOSSES OF “FAZ-EAGTERN SHAVE JIM HAD TO GIVE

‘ Becinnine TOVAy, A NEW WITH NAE A WORRY IN TH \;SSRR | DIAMONDS, LTR” FIGURED HIS LIFE TO SAVE MINE /

r ADVENTURE “WITH THIS: WORLD... WHEN SUDDENLY WE a YOU WERE TOO VALU- BLE A | BETTER RADIO YOUR HOME
RINGER...I THEE WED" S GET AN ALL-OUT RADIO ALERT a m PROPE2-RTY TO LOSE, JOCKO, OFFICE WE'LL NEED HELP,
JOHNNY AND TNT, A NORGE f* i M LADDIE / AYE, THAT'S 7

ARCHAEOLOGIST, HAVE BEEN . o> j

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Three

WALCOTT:
3 WORRELL:
WEEKES:

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9
W’s
186
160

66

SYDNEY, Jan. 14.

IN A HURRICANE OF HITTING, the West Indies’

famous three W’s came back

into form at Launceston today,

when they massacred the Tasmanian bowling to the tune

of 436 for three wickets.
B’dos Win Ist

Golf Match
Against 'T’dad

Barbados
well against



have started
Trinidad con-

golfers
the

tingent as the first match in the y

Golf Tourney between Rockiey
Golf Club and Trinidad got un-
derway at the Rockley Golf Club,
Christ Church yesterday. This
match was the four-ball best bail
and Barbados ended up with an
aggregate of 15 points while the
Trinidad golfers had three points
to their credit.

It was apparent that the Trini-
dad golfers were not yet in their
stride and the lay out of the
ground perhaps presented an ob-
stacle for them. The golfers we
blessed with fine weather with
very little wind blowing.



In the match between Messrs
B. Wybrew and K. Hunte (Bar-
bados) and E, Collins and J.
Sellier (Trinidad) at the end of
the ninth hole the Barbados pair
were two up against their rivals
and they went on to win the
match without conceding a point,
For this match they chalked up
three points. Messrs F. Morgan
and J. Egan (Barbados) also
made three points against the
Trinidad pair Dr, Campbell and
J. Gollard.

In the Ladies game at the end
of the ninth hole Mrs. R. Wilson
who Was partnered with Mrs.
Vidmer for Barbados against Tri-

nidad took 39 strokes to coyer
the green thus she and Mrs. Vid-
mer were five up at the end of this
hole against the Trinidadian pair.

Walcott hit a tremendous 186
but even so was briefly outshone
while Weekes drove and pulled to
a terrific 66.

Worrell was his immaculate
self as he swept his score to 160
with faultless skill.

Altogether it was a triumphant
day, and raises hopes of a great
vietory in the Fifth Test.

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Jamaicans

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The thirteen
turned out for

|
Jamaica players |
practice at 2 30
p.m. yesterday. They took things
easy and were obviously getting
themselves accustomed to the,
pace of the wicket and the gen-'
eral conditions.

Pace bowlers Stan Goodridge
and Roy Miller gradually work-
ed up some good pace. Good-
ridge moved the new ball out-
wards and cut the old ball back
from the off.

Miller’s deliveries gained con-
siderable pace off the pitch and
he bowled to a good length.

Of the batsmen the crowd was
pleased with the easy grace of
Neville Bonitto.

England Win









TASMANIA ist ENNINGS
2. Morrisby b Atkinson 13
R. Thomas ¢ Rae b Stollmeyer 43
R: Thomas © Hag b Stolimeye Fourth Test
Ferguson 12
R. Richardson run ott 0
p Newman b Stollmever “ KAMPUR, India, Jan. 14
<. Schmidt run out, 58 England defeated India today
@. Goodwin tw wore 2c by eight. wickets in. the fourth
). eaves einen i Test of the present tour and thus
N. Diproge not cut 2 clinched the series, The first three
© peers ore 1s Tests were drawn and one remains
a jo be played England was in *
Total 223 winning position yesterday and
L soon dismissed the last three
pial at teen a Ist Innings 198 Indian batsmen this morning for
Stollmever Ibw 6 GoodWin 12 the addition of 32 runs.
Worrell not out 160 This left England needing 76
Weekes ¢ Laver b Thottitis = for victory and they were knocked
10 off in good time for the loss of
43 two wickets.
Toto! (for 3 Wickets) 436 Malcolm Hilton's six for 61 in}
ot India’s second innings gave him}
BOWLING ANALYSIS , the match figures of nine for 103.
— Oo MR w WEST INDIES CAPTAIN JOHN GODDARD bowled by Miller for Tom Graveney claimed 48 of the
Cawley ce 8 1 21 in the Fourth Test in Melbourne on December 31 last. 76 England runs. The final score-
Goodwin 11 0 56 : Wirephoto, board read England 203 and 76
Diprose 15 £ =. % for two, India 121 and 158. —(CP)
Newrnin s 6 Sst 6}
Schmidt oo ae 8
aie ‘' = "| Hi Ho Disqualified In First Regatta
The end was six-four in favour ;
of sear pedes. tial “i (By Our Yachting Correspondent) Jackie os with his —
The other Ladies game—Mrs. ’ co ! > : ic ence, scored an easy win. He was
MacIntyre and Mrs, askell ver- HI HO, skippe red by S rack pecs which seiureed jn the lead throughout the race.
sus Mrs. J. Deaton and Mrs. to racing this season, was very un ortunate in striking < He did the race in one hour, 43
Hyde (Trinidad) ended at four- beagle on Saturday when the 1952 yachting season Open€d minutes and one second, Invader
vane er cree led. nt with the First R.B.Y.C. Regatta. She started first and skippered by her owner, Donail
yiayed. the singles will be) sailed beautifully, ending second. She was however dis peu, iat eR ee
€ . ‘. 1 ir, « Ss a
qualified. . ; : 7 seconds. Clytie, the scratch boat,
She did the three laps in two hours, 12 minutes and skippered by Sydiwy Nurse, was
49 seconds while Rascal, skippered by George Stoute, third. Her time was one hour,
which defeated her, did the race in two hours, six minutes 4 minutes and 43° seconds.
and 44 seconds. Perhaps the most interesting
George Stoute used his good good as Rogue she kept ahead of results were in the “D” Class. I
judgement in sailing Resoluve. the others. Her time for the race must take this opportunity to
Hi Ho led for two rounds, In the was one hour, 39 minutes and 30 correct a statement I made on
last sound he overtook her seconds. Sunday. Hurricane, skippered by



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seven seconds, “Extremely poor.” Tuat was

It is unfortunate that Gipsy! the way in which referénite was
broke down; otherwise the battle’ made of the Intermediate Class.
between herself and MiscHief; Not that the racing was poor but
would have been something to) not even half of the boats entered.
watch. She dropped out midway| Four started, Skippy was dis-

between the western and; qualified, leaving three in the
the Bay Street mark, race,

“C” Class
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have

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Rogue, skippered by Gerald
Nicholls, passed out the othe:
boats with Gase. She pave

minute to Gannet, two minutes to
Magwin, three minutes
Scamp, five minutes
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ESTABLISHED 1893 TUESDAY. JANU t JfV PK1CE FIVE U.S., U.K., C'ada Plan To Streamline NATO High Level Council To Meet "Continuously JAMAICA AT tin ills Bj R. II. MHIMIIKII OTTAWA, Jan. 14 The United States. Britain and Canada agreed upon %  plan in streamline the Atlantic Treaty Organization and create u high Itvel Council that would sit continuously like Ihe Unilcn Nations Security Council, it was reported Monday. This has been one of the major problems tackled bv British Prime Minister Winston Churchill in talks in Washington and Ottawa. Churchill and British Foreign Secretary Anthony Eden, conferred here with Canadian Foreign Secretary Lester B. Pearson, who is President of the North Atlantic Treaty Organization Council this year. Churchill ends his official visit lo Canada to-night with an adReds Almost Break Up Truce Talks PANMUNJON. KOREA. Jan. 14. The Communists almost broke up the Knrwm armistice negotiations lo-,i.tv wiUl the cl ihe United Nations Con lyinif. "As represents [ trV N Command, I shall not sit here and listen to unfounded charges that tha U.N. Command if mnking deceitful proposals and lying.' %  Rear Admiral R E. Ubby inertly told the Red>. He denied the Communist charge, demanded an apology, and (lulls proposed a recess. "You cannot Intimidate us." reiorted the North Korean Mai Gen. l-ee Sang C'ho. but he agreed to 'he recess. The herded rx, ha nil took place In the Armistice Sub-Committee, debating the exchange of war prisonerafter Ubby had eontended lhat the U.N. Voluntary n contained advantage* for bOti lo the Canadian state bangust. It will be the first public address Churchill made %  rfeu Yo.k Jai iind will be the prelude lo an ad* dress to a joint session of the United stales Coatgrcai Thbrada) Here Churchill and his associates have been going over in detail talks in Washington—especially problems of raw materials and atomic energy Canada is 11 major supplier of aluminium and also is one of the major source* uranium for atomic energv. Barter Deal The three nations also agreed i Ihe general terms of a barter deal involving Amcr. ican neei, aluminium and Malayan tin Informed sources said thai the details still remain to be worked oul. and. a formal announcement is expected from Washington on r Wednesday tin tain had been asking the US. for 1.000.000 tons of steel so that she can continue her rearmament programme. The U.S. needs more aluminium and tin. Britain had loaned the Aluminium Company of Canada 25.000.0(r0 to help finance expansion plans. The Truce Supervision Suh?d In return she was to recei'c Commuter al-o recessed until -00,000 tons this year and 220.000 il Ofl a.m. on Tuesday after the <'>"* next year. Reds strayed rrom the subject to) Sources close (o Churchill, said accuse the Allies of sending planes thrfl Ihe barter deal would lunn vi Ihe Red Chinese mainland. I some of this aluminium to the U.S. The Chinese Mai-Gen. Hsi< h Fang"" relieve the immediate shortage echoed Radio Peiping\ charge .This would be so on the undeithat 16 United States plane* on landing that in future years Ihe Sunday flew over Mukden the in-JU S would ensure lhat Brit. i rtrt Ml team winch arrived bare Suiidsy an against Barbados. January 17. •iiing pr.ctl.e at Kwislnator Bridgetown Will Get 12 More Street Lamps dustrinl centre and probable f'htntary headquactert for Manchiui i A Far East Alrrorce spokesman pfTered only this comment "ii Ihe %  barge I ran assure you Ihnt the Par Bust Airforce is confining Its %  erial activities to North Korea Ma). Gen Claude 11 Pen of the l' N again pressed the Common Bub-4 .Mimittee to the ban on pilttati ail tructlon du*ng Ihe trued Aral 'positive indication '.able ar%  Fang refused on the ground lhat the AllnM DMuted lnVrth Korean' ternal affairs —tl.P. U.S. ROVING AMBASSADOR WASHINGTON. J.in. Preaklgnt Truman has nnmln%  led William II Draper, junlo: Ntl York banker %  Roving Ambassador In Europe under Ihe Mutual flacBrlt] — v.r. I filled. Sources emphasized that the agreement dM nol Involve prices, because essentially, it wn an exchange of materials rathe than a purchase. Reorganising NATO Big Chance For CVeallli Ministers I %  lit Own Cmn.|" LONDON. Jan 15 Finance Ministers of the Comrnset In Ixmdon lo I. ilnd means uf WUsj F.rprrt* I K "Their tusk should i %  '.rgct. It -houlil InI.Hiked upon DOt BUTIptj 1M In the hour of ftoi'igetii y. S reut undertaking of Imperial evelopment far ton long delayed." Express says Ministers have the opporiuniiv lo lam B their coun• %  | It asks. "Will the) havt lh South East Asia an,i ihe Middli East also occupied much of Mr Churchill's nine. Reorganization) of NATO will be presented to ihe. pi next Atlantic Pact Council al Us-| bod, Portugal, which now may b iHstponed until late Februuiy. ih. idea would be to model the NATO Council on the I' N Security Council plan. The NATO Council would meet "continuously" nt NATO head, quarters. —t'.F %  oiih.it ion which i the! i eteritie i banco puts within ft? Will they from now I %  MTU EmDectaion Waitvil FIT Pin* lusuraiMT Soil i TUB CITY oi iiiHlo.-ojK,. Bn d its roburfc* will gel %  p in' a!K>thi-t 23 recommended l>\ 'in Committee >f St, Michael's Vestry cannot now be erected due to lack of copper wire. Tins information was disclosed a! yesterday's meeting of the Vestry when the Clerk read a fettei from the Electric Company to (he Vestry, slating that they hail completed their eurvty, and thai they regretted to state that they could only consider the eftjet rccomma IManr Crashes Into River Churchill To Leave Soon LONDON, Jan 14. Mr Winston Churchill will leave New York aboard the linn Queen Mary on Wednesday Jim. 23. his nfllce at No. 10 Downing Street announced —I'.P. NKW YOHK, Jan .4 A Noitb East Airline, twir atlgtne plans] with 36 personi > '-hot tin run* I >ctal Mwtay and arastMs* River At least S3 persons were re icucd immediately by a tug. The plane was making Its second gpprow h to the ntl i and log which cut risibility. The craft last gtaaton pi 7 U a.m. .tiid mridc the Brat I I •"i *.m. t,y radio with the control Towei %  %  ad plowed Rival ibout College l"olnt and The Convair transport did nof sink. The crew of a Coast Guard U>l which wth h, rushe.1 %  aa and picked .. sons immediate);. Foul I Guard cr;ish boats and two h*J rcpters Joined ihe i U U.K. Troops Fight Off Terrorist Attacks BRITISH HQRS., Suez Canal Zone. Jan. 14 Egyptian terrorists and British troops fought a threehour gun battle in Ismailia last night, along the bullet swept Gun Alley". Almost simultaneous attacks were launched on the R.A.F. Garrison headquarters, while Lancashire Kusilicrs. guarding the main gate of Lt-Gen. Erskine's Headquarters In, Anti-tank guns were used to disperse the terrorists who were firing from buildings along the bank ajia from the slender minaret of a mosque dominating the town. Than were no British casual'lies. but an Egyptian ambulance rt-as observed visiting houses on jihe tar side of the Canal from which Um firing had leen dlrecled. • It was thought that the attack had been launched by student I members of the "Ubcratlon Army" reported clandesUnely The coast Guard said men and live an icd, and five pataoni were I ii 7'/•nra n Sithmiir. Reform Plan toon "f 12 of the :H lights Originally, the lighting oaunandad lha instaiuiglta m tti< City and suburban areas, but aftet with lha I mpauv Ihe number wn" %  to ll Mi. M%  '• Iu aceepl the ofTci of Ihe \2 light*. rel ig them lo tha diaeu>-ion which lwk plac %  GRENADA, occun in the Bupratna Court Iicre to-,( in-, aouss -it Woburn and h^Hjaahold smcts '•> %  bnt on March e la The BS II an ran i i Ml II E. L Hostel). liarnster-at-Law, who is WASHINGTON Instructed by Mr. A. O. I'ayne. Truman submitted to Congi bass their refusal '.o Monday hi Itlon of the policy r #* 1 rffnlrsllen of tin• indal-ri whii-h disclaims responsibility duoati intarnal Revenus Bureau. He Ml ring thru rivll eon m >U.,n *ald the plai Which lha d duri-m vent improper enndii" || -i by wav of the Ore ' %  %  bancSf. ,ernment fmrn the "htSldloui Mr. r. M. Heniv ho ope". ... eke, lle.t Cromwell as the on|y witT,"* |,|an wouW tm,h COQtanda that none id %  '> i-nee." of H* mentioned %  lha i i isntssi of O %  • %  ding plant, and %  he Vastry i eoppt i %  %  how ib. i. eh % %  j %  | I lb' thought that •',. i. i %  *ol lb. pr4Hstrl %  npl Mi l> %  inderl ibe wan hag that Ihe Tsxal Autfki charge of Bridgetown wi i trade rei H led oui ihi %  i.'I in start ni i i. to do l mnoi get n* elec Elections Mi .i H Wilkinson, with lit vntes. top^ped iht | 1 Mi \\ M wak ill, son of Mr s A WBW-OU and Mr. C 1 for ihe parish TrW DC Webel ion The iinsW 11 lulcai Mi a Inrdan Mr Si t" BnirdandMi S H, m foui parishes I ft Peter, St i ucj 11 inn. Wesl Wan I Ru§tktn Plan Studied I Mils. Jan. 14 %  . d i> that R*i the new 11 nation DUarmar* nl Ct nuruaalon skwuj adth snj i>ti in H 1'ioiHisals. States, Britain i to ins do natt political CasncolUea ni-in .i Ms.lulion iccidling tl lha Gene I A %  lofSsthar ih.Co gaiaakm wtU P. I n embers, Ihi Ui %  i, i PU %  back by Juno i %  >• %  poaata io aehhrva "regulation. Iimllat' in -i nf ill %  ternatln il MM |3 '%  I sure the prohlbtl %  :. 1 lut mi iiuttBtinsj "ii ouuawlni i Moth lo >••• Of i When ih. < omml Ion raporti bach a world dtsarftWMSri con lerenre WUMWI \f aaUSd SB '">f ihe I -ed on I No*. Ptaa i plan j I % % %  %  H nssh i Al Orel V i 11 i • %  %  ontalni rt to tha Wi • i the i 'i %  i ru Is set up. i . •' %  % % %  | |-| Canadian Dollar J unijjh On Bar Wilh V.S. In %  %  M M \ luriu ran 6 no* i %  pant> In ' k) ASM nt .' ill change corn trading. ant In I Bef i i %  %  %  oni in told and ilullai brought IrM I 11 down la v %  %  %  %  %  %  %  %  %  %  i %  %  I %  Si. JggSMS Mi J ii Wllkl Mi 8 A. Walcott 215. Ml W n Watootl MO, Mi .'Mi. Mr. A. I, Jordan I Stall ISJ Mi. A. i .inhnsen \2. Mr S M.i Hi. i iBaarlas. SI IVler M n i' J.. Mi T h* i I iBannl U i Mi i too \li A A OlU, Mi <. i. • GUI, Mr |' Wblleheud Mi U V SI Inseph I %  H I I dill II Mi l. E. Smll M %  i .. i .f M hi an h • %  Ml i i' si | ( cy Mr .1 i: T Branch! v. r v On r i Mi N U Mi I. I V. L Ward. Mi I) i III C H Mr I. I i'. %  Mr. I I ]l instill la til ni when at. %  II. %  bad 1 %  1 baa Rrsl mi than i plants . f i. H • "n I'ane 5 %  %  % %  i rereign Iroopsswlihli %  — tut, The i recent nltu.ilio mi doubt interfere Hlth veliipmrnt f ihe parish l.ej.ork said. He imiiile fiirlher that he himself hsd apldlcntl'in on behalf wawMl or srtaf ln ed apafi riOHII fl *AnH rleeirleH "rt he 1 rapl %  mhing |i anpany tn %  Ettreelor To Study Maifiifucliu 4 .' Off I'api'i' frout BuuM ratsvanl ,-,llry as %3*U fSZOlx 2T* avoldini payment she Truman said i.ntmg payment in the nelght: lha pUlntlsT, U i clsewhi'" origin ol lahn hood nt ISJ pfflsSO *nd the dependi %  i Froin r>ui Own Corwwndni 1-ONDON. Jan. 14. %  • 'it of bagasse for newsprint with the eventual e*ii..r> of pjiper pulp to England pan* %  .,,, ent ot circumMance' of 'he other sMj The Di'fence Counsel continued 'Second (Arisen DEAL Redhead who ,,„,. „ wai completely v i to be examined in Jamaica, when r:ptlan pohi %  plus some terrorMr H. Alan Wnlker. Managing ,i,t who were altemptina to entet Director of the V/agrt Indies Sugar | irte Zone from the direction of Company, arrive* later this month IZaggxik After a brisk exchange from Indon. 'of tire, the Egyptians withdrew. -nterini: the Zone. I these "Commandos' .'' %  Mlr 'less M iHcbed. drOVC ofl a force of 20 1 !" J hc m "' *"?. d '" lu ITh, ..„ %  first re W. Earle Huphe 1 Mr Walker Mil the Bil i l asUc Ha win flv lo Ja-i "m Bermuda. He expect to Iw In Ihe Island Miring which time %  MHlsas of the devei | ' Ik sugar loading The setting ui dustrv %  I require large ceptt lid for that %  likelv From Jamaica. Mr v to Trinidad where h.will spend mother four weeks discussing business matters with Carom my ofnclgls — v.r. Ex-Police Supt. Arrestefi ihlp and was picked up bv a lifeboat The 3* crewmen, all suffering from shock nnd sligt %  IMP. %  whethf \i r i ompan I • %  ll i !ry gould p" I insist).I ratiiv in seeordancs with M cock's suggestion. MKTAI. SKIHTS I l moval of met a I skirl:.' St lamps b, tl %  i Compaii>. in aecottlanea v.iib the DOS of St. Mlrl,. I %  Won frurr. cartaln pei iraornsthe retv I i ilies. Tha Es mm V • Rebels Prepare For New All-Oul Drive SAIOON, hiiln-Chinii. Jim 14. n | Conu rel ei foreoa were buildii ip I 4 an ill-out drlvi 1 the vitiil OOrOnlal Un-hw 1 |o. I i>, %  %  ., >iar TlMf) % % %  . -he Vo j mlnh troops units, was ni %  spi to strength) tha covered Is Inclo-China To Become Second Korea? ll. KIAM 111 Ml HRAV PAJUSk -In' I l (s |nd-l bin;. Thai .1 Vleti %  /{raid ley fs Hopeful Of KorH'a Peaa WASHINGTON, Jan. 14 %  %  %  ru. i .Mil nol pa> %  %  an of the Jolt 1 lh< Benati %  %  pubtu %  %  %  %  utantial bu i I %  i iniiii ihe bord %  lha inteei %  i %  %  %  i • K 1 I %  %  %  %  iHi I Ming this Informal ,,.,. ..... %  f wl %  nt threatened that Ih* Vestry wo remove tin pelt from I u land : II %  %  gj im pace 1 KINGSTON. Jan. 12. %  aa out the [growing plant |mur i. The retired Assistant Super-!re*ent years have been .v ir.tendent of Police, Henry Well-j was started Bed I n d J.r*ph "%  KiNr;sTOM, Jan Minuteol Education were rested thi-. afternoon 01 defeat public luatice, arising oui of farm workers tickets to go h> tJa States. Ball was granted, Malcolm has already been before tbr Court on charges connected with the alleged -ale of tickets.—\ aag** ship immediately —I'.P. %  of the I I ipofl highi %  p.p.) r I .s. Gael. Want Rubber Control To Continue WASHTNOT I %  : %  I trad in %  i %  %  I and vi l l %  %  .<>.I'iiluraliop. (!!i'd F %  %  %  %  %  %  p %  i Duni dipl'inia. I I


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PACE i K.IIT HXIHIAOOS ADVOCATE TUESDAY. JANUARY IS, 152 Three W's Trounce Tasmania Bowling 3[ w \Lcorr: WOHKELL: WEEKES: 186 160 66 HOW I I It it mil IIAKOIJ) MIA) SYDNEY. Jan. 14. IN A HURRICANE OF HaTTlNc;. the Weal IHCIKV tl rec W's came back into form at Laurie* when ihry iimMiisil the Tasmnman bowUnfl t" the tune tit 4.{i. for tin* Walcott hit it tremendous IN but esen so was briefly outshone VS arid pulled to < 00. miwi ni ite %  swept h %  BON to 1M" Mil Altogether it was a triumphant day. anil rinse* hopes of ;> ((real victory in the PIN LVdoe \\ in I si Golf Match Against TMuil .golfers have started mad con%  G.if Club match wa> the Ibur-baU i>csi ball p with HI aggregni.' of 15 • %  not yet in then %  ground ," -in | rnr golfcra wi Messed very UttlC Kind I (oaring, %  -( mtiitntitii I \-*\M\ HI -I IMHI TASMANIA I.I INNINC* i i. IXvVlK'' M>r>i*f4aai run •( <..,..i i ir>uv> *NU ni -i fviniM I. %  %  I :ini| K. Iluntf tn;.i .,nl 1 tktrl \*IA1.Y*I Tl,..rn B. Wybrvw and K. I Cotlkas '''* i_ M to win match without i m,,. For this match th< three point F Morgan Mrmi . mod* i n pbell and i %  J Gollard __ i hi i in the i the t.f UM ninth hole Un R wlleon The other ladles game—Mrs. Hi fnlvn and llrs. Hi 11 i *dos again*! Tnnua Hrl J Ueatmi and Mrs nidad took 1 ktrokc-s to epfW Hyde 'Trinidad, crniw -<• Icstfthe free i. HmJM also led ip at ths end ol I the singles will be hole Ifjaintl U %  Trt nl dadian peii | Jamaicans At The Nets The thirteen Jamaica player. turned out for practice at 2 SO p.m. yesterday. TtaSJ I | •h!ng> .... i the eral conditions. Pace howlers Stan Goodridge and Roy Miller gradually worked up some good pare OoOd* ridge moved the new ball outwards and cut the old ball back from the oft. Miller'', deliveries gained con— ikterable Ban "fl tha pitch and • ii to a good length. Of the batamen the crowd pleased with the easy grace of 1 h -n|tU>, WEST INDIES CAPTAIN JOHN OODDARD bowled l.y MllW i on December 31 last. 'Jl in the Fourth Tet in atelboi %  England Win Fourth Test KAMPt'R, India. Jan 14 England defeated India today :. .tttf nki'i In the fourth i i i lit tour and th 1 i he gartea. The I I drawn and one remain* be | I winning posit i" poon iMMM the last thrIndian bat-inen thi* the addition of 32 in This left England for victory and the* \ off in li.nKi tin i I All VHI.. Hilton's six for 01 In I India's second innings gave him the match figures of nine fo IM I Tom Grevi tH of BW TO England runs. The llnal scoreboard read England 203 and 70 (M (WO, India 121 and 15B. —'CP nng for djffOUl in favour A WI\M:II Hi Ho Disqualified In First Regatta (Bj Oiir XacktfM ClilHl|lllSll| oad " h h,s gP" 1HI HI I. dd| by Fl ink Proverbs v,huh returned ;/>•; Jj 1 ,,,* !" In meniK 11"^ season was ver> unlorlunale in striking Ui „, ,. „. ,„„ lr Al Umlav when the 1902 yaelitui.. Mason opf-'M ,. i... R.B.Y.C Regatta -ihe %  Mrted first JJ.J H I % %  • %  %  << by hai Mm Dooal mm hpj^r uS qualified. She Hid the three Inns in two hours, 1U u nutus arni ; v i. acond whllo Rascal, skippered by George Stoute, I DM was one hour. winch defeated her. did the race in two hours, six minutes %  "> and 44 seconds. Perhaps UM DMSI intcrestitn: Mouto uaSCi hi< Rood gtKxl ai R/igue she kept ahead of ., the "D" Class. Resoluuihe others. !) % %  : tuna fo* UM racj must take thli opportu&H) In Uv "ne hour. 39 nUnuteg and SO oottact a statement I made Sunday. Hurricane, skippered by it to a Seagull |an Gab tlOfl. Fit" I %  I'ete: liu KJi li | ivter's place 1 would was racing. Thl Ihe start .ept to ace Gerald ,-j bar ffow %  tertlni on Una I ng with Rascal fa sad of m Qannat maavas not imjntinnnnii| and even <>nt ail tha **] mind In I %  overtake four boats and .r he wanted to i doubt whetim ,.>-.. I when Di i I'at Fletcher i ii minuter mif flu wind was WO uld have allowed him to do y> n' ol hat favo She -lid the lt tha t stage. Mischief did U< a odi tiom. SR ndnutes and 41 seemds. This late iteii prevented HurnMagwin. skippered by William iam r came fourth. Madness, skippered h> 'Corfcia* 1 ilthough making her debut, was WOO BbjO did the ran' beat hi Mi it"In one hour, is minutes. 3 saei %  %  .i tune which was bettei lh.,n some in the Intermedia* Few HlflM EalfaJhely poor." Tuai was Ihe way In wbleh reference was S fj termedlate Class. •t thai thr rarmg Was |py qunlilled. leaving three Ivan Pi rkini skipper of Ed %  txtri Htaty a %  .it Van Bdrll did the Due. db> ,nP hour. 21 minutes and 42 *e~in the i nils while Varaooas did it in U secnr RUB AWAY THAT PAIN THIS QUICK EASY WAY En|oy the hospitality, comfort and thoughtful service which have mads PAA "first choice" of veteran traveler* the world over. NEW YORK Noo-stop s.ni, < %  by the luiurioui "El Prniuente" or via San Juan by yopuUf. money-uvUm "El Tuiuta" EUROPE Regular service l.v giant douhledecked "Strato" Ctippci*'—world's fastest airlinriB to I'sru, Roma.. ttopoven in England, Usjano. Vorexoela t M> i.i-\ la ina. Ifoti ,n.t Hi HI I ON. Rub ii i ..here ll e Pata iand Ihe i Thi is all you haw 11 do to bring immediate rand ftoni *chei and Paiii rbi uxmcr you gM Mentholatum th*uonar yu will jet reliel. Quk |CI I ' "' l"' M>*) IJ?ki!Mi^H'i ASK FOR REAL MEN THO-LAY-TUM • Mcntjiolatum' Balm relieve. Allies and Pan st. qukkh that tt psems Swift, dall} *-%'e to all m*io almost like magic. You { cities. Regular fights to West Incan feel its cooling, I dies. 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The bfist buy for you today. • ALWAYS TAKEN! Delicate flavouring l KOO TOMATO PASTE 4 oz. tin I Mr. The PASTE with A TASTE: KOO IS TODAYS BBS FOR THE ll XIIASM II HOVSKWn I ASK FOR "KOO"





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PAGE TWO iixRBxnos \nvor\TE M R H ADAMS CJtO Leadar of the I! Aasernbly Is ex pert.-, l today fur Trinidad . to AmiKii 1J attend : meeting of ( ege of the Wft Indies, of which hf a member. Hon L C Hwuuvi K< %  Sftao *ilt I CaMUKeU) COI1CK< -( thw i and Hi Raymond I'm %  '.!'. %  Will il|l> meeting. Awaitlnff Ri-.nir. Permit B ACK in Barbadn. for r* stay after spend" %  Mi \v> %  9 %  %  f II %  HekMm Indefinite Stay M ISS ELSIE I ir of Cap) r C P*m Supl of Police and Mr* ParDi of Turtat BridieS< lOfl fur PUBflO morning by B.W.I A. .• to the V will rrmain (01 her uiul> i of IlruOklwi. Assistant Matter JV*K MICHAIL TIMPSON had boei Qahih galling TI'KSDW J.WTXRY IV IKS Assistant Mast Lodge School who ART HUE BONITTO. Jman.Captain and W A. Farmer. Baitiado* OaptaJr. (hitting at Srawell Airport n Sunday nlKbt. nhortly After the JaniHi im' arilv.l I i 1111 colony if BWI.A. returned from that (. Trinidad And Jamaica Test Pilot %  D if T.I S B.O.A.C. Official Intransit C AI'I J O. H 1.0BLEY. H Ball III 1 %  1 passenger through B;trtakon For "Met." Discussion* W ING COMuK L A EGGLESFIH.lt Uirwtor Geoi %  'ion in th area '*' V9*l V. [ A for -ill fly to %¡ utana to rneit ihe new Director of Meteorological Service* to dl .services Ir. n.:.m> lie will also meet RagHtntson Boaid Sur. Mr Brown -no Engaged E engagement i anil) ID En*ne.li M h L Barnard. H.N., fair and Patricia, widow Mr G A. McAiidr* Wood Farm. Bordon %  %  Andrew is the 'i.mghtato Sir CharU-0 BrW K CMC. former Governor of and Lady O'Brien. IT* marriage will take place shortly Visiting Uncle M K GEOFF TAYLOR of the National Film B>... tawa. Canada who has been Barbados for the past lour week* visiting his uncle at the Hotel Windsor is due to return to Canby TC A Mr A P Taylor regular vlaltof to Barbudoa winter Talkinf Point friendship Incidental Intelligence T*AILORS predict a change in men's suits from the loose* hangdog t<> lha tight-fitting This worn GOUM I u ii. UM h i\.ilure over tin|r*KUI I. Bad) SEE THE . UM4M ill M4IIOSIR1 TRY IT TO-DAY i it n ii 101 i RICH IN PROTEIN. BRAIN THE FOOD FOR AND NERVE KMI'ROTK. a concentrated food composed of milk powders. skimmed and full i ..i> cioked and processed National and barley flours, soluble casein and pr-parcd wheat germ has bees designed to provide in a palatable form a particularly nourishing food beverage, rich in WOMBS, the n< :ple of food so neeess-rv for the building up of the nerve and body tissues and the maintenance of health i • %  .. TRY A TIN—VOl'XL FEEL TIIE DIFFERENCE M tt DaWJON SAYERS. Mechanical Engine* IV. "" : • bados yesterday bv BWI.A. en Martinique moan Trim' ,l ""' 1 dad Month's Holiday ,'. t'snJSTS M R v C BCOTT Assistant ,„„. p.,,,,..*^, lM U -,-, Combemen ayfth B.O.A.C and B.W.I A. School who had been in TriniCspl. Lobley previously paid a dad OH a month's holiday returnvu g| ,,, Barbados for a few days Sunday afternoon during the latter pa" of IBM. iftiheill of Highways in Transport Hew to Trinidad ove the week-end by B.WJ.A. on Psnrt visit. He is exported t return within a few davs It is usuWrstood thai vhan H Sayen rgtumi bs arlU than i-ad going on a business v. r B.W I A maica. Back To School M H l LEE I.OY of the Ar.oihits Department of W. • I %  : Island! streamed p. w I A I"..t T o| Bpagfl Hew in OS p %  urnament betwean vvi^kfrom X, | a y morning f Z"l J"" B rbldul '" i nd yestertaj a liy B .W I A on a routine visit He !J: ', vaelerday afternoon at th.Rockfor UM ns which u a guest at TinHotel Boyal nlry Club. f. %  Routine Visit In Honour Of Golf Team S CHOX >L "*HK Hi. st game toumanii'pt A and BarbM %  ley Golf After the game a Cocktail Party. which irlly aftei six o'clock, was held m lha clul house in nonoui .( Then will bs anothai I tail Party in nonoui of the • irned N< Tnnidad davg with his ramlly Is due to reCabaret. %  19 Rvlio wri, "_ w'* ?*>""* 1<-'' todays on HWIA Mrs. tuiti Jo Canada to-COOm* B-r-i rraa. BrtaBv s cu game This will u> held at Peggy Gfh batttl known to his M "" Waa*. • no wn th c^rnon. : ,', "'.';' Ml '"")• dauh "t Mrs. sSfta friend* BS "Chinf > %  Wolojlfl %** %  £ %" V'mfi^fLvHS? Ntorgan, -High cuff ciub Moro*D lats Hr Anof ih.> Sobio on Co < %  ( Raglrgan HoaO. ares ODtmnell. Saskal Barbadian Geologist Lett Over Thr Week-end M K GHF.Y AUSTIN, son of Mr. 0 „„„. Wl bin Btsrrlvata Austin E who had boon Who irrlvod hon OB December aSoli bonoytnoon In 19th t gpand the Christmas noli__ Tnnidad days with his family Is due to rec.btr. \i. Canada to-morrow BY THE W£Y / fv Apaeaoaasaer A COMMITTEE of scienlisls Mown to pieces m n., should u> appointed at ODOO, slorms. Not so. The liouuding no/, n without ev.n stopping to wlpo '• %  •i(|iie was so low In the mui th.it their month to inquire int.. the lt^ framework wa cause and atOCl M .. cow's tfM mall* escapade. Wp n( | „ mud-bath afi The %  "* w Iked up 17fl steps i f WlthOTBOdgl I Will .i a spiral Mairease to the top or ., L>it o' th.it rotten o|e im< 150-ft. monument. A witness *< re milke,) up t. Han BV01 hi* new pelf i know .i OaMj girl %  ">e hxed to her .. kuiu "i so. ret When the champagno wai oul Roma --I it trickled taken home Setm m f wild there, and the milk tasted of rilsed fereobellum Wl Welt. then. T HK i lUkklng •ugseatlon (bal it' lies should % %  %  finger, and h-lil Boon. "Anything to liven things it up. A and op." %  % the actress said wl oki bl. i "i caugr taker's Bdvke "Distmborfc yortn ibc LcobuekeL I i*>-ik tonra .l/i iiitlmniliibUMm %  t/un-n rtOd lan ., Iii Itant i %  ..at lowan i % %  • -i think hi 1 -, v.*, I in vo love-yi bel touched lha pawn moving has -, | again nor yeo-on, ihui b thinking hard again, id elbow's on the edge of the tabl —now he's coming in fast be Q| the h.illet versn.n of 11 ui ruur-M ii Uappro*. (&\i Nutning iNvn the IOUIIKT *. %  uJ !n Uoui (Si i ih'f-.uitauc ooat iSl i %  %  %  t i i dir copper ISI I.O.I in iSi turn imriiw (31 I p.iii iS> . Lainoa err — nim-,> ippen il i, H.dr in SnM i:. %  m i : I llir BOB) t-WODfl 'lp>a. (Si Jl H-ITP .our n;ng i4) ill I |M '' ,., SliruD Ir-im Noel III-BI |B| ini-pii Hum nii-ii IIIWII H do.* (at mi a plena of Doan Ji> B 1'iptI' Ueciarauon noi soundiiia oo in Uan m-nri, i-iiinami11 I uir-oi (o r curia iBi l %  rr.-nc;. B i> itsar. *i Loiiiuiete aoiiertioo i3 aoiuiiotit iw< AirvH I -u lin-Hl l| Nar 12 i., t ' %  %  *•" "L Br.l* r*n 11 Bcw. %  > j4 Nuwi i6"""-5 A I ttTPtl 'S ran UK id \ there was no noticeable b nee <>f a ballet %  % %  %  %  mlng unl %  %  %  %  %  i • produced The whole foyer will ittend ptt Is your %  .. of histall will | thing. i In fsYf gjoi world A MAN who had ah V recall be rul off. W)' %  ml II could be %  >m |j the bill ws not ...id. If the lull had in do the gas eff. befire connOCUhg It i race, |AM vtndicato I at saH Mans i : %  think that mv %  %  %  IhO drink%  r troin the aUn, r-iciv f.-.lery nut the Othei day a Clalety girl t. Id how. ui 1SMW. a Kusslau | tiom hr*.* ipuer. After that, it seems n tefu %  %  hej ll he left 1) ( paw HORNIMAN'S TEA FLOWERED SAMBA SPUN, 36 in. at $1.69 per yard. \n Beautiful Designs and Colours. WAFFLE PIQUE, 36 in. at $ 1.63 per yard In Grey, Dark Blue, Light Blue, Pink, Dark Green, Light Green, Gold, Lemon. . $1 68 per yard. FLOWERED TAFFETA. 36 in. at T. R. EVANS & WHITFIELDS Dial 4220 YOUR SHOE STORES Dial 4606 ART SILK STOCKINGS $1.00 2 pn. fo ANKLE SOCKS $1.00 for rV,*..-,',',*,',-, V,'.',-,*V,.v'*' WVWi lH K IHUI III IUHSS" Starring RALPH BYBD IIIIIHKIVs PLASTIC BELTS .23 each JUST OPENED New Evening Dresses RITISH ( 1ERG0UGNAN TYIIES Dependable Performance 'luir recommendation *. NEW TYPF' HEAVY DtJIY CIAM O 1. Y M P I C TODAY TOMORROW 4 30 A 1 RKO ACTION DOUBLE ISIHiS 4CISI" MMlin llll MllOlt DOUGLAS FAIRBANKS. Jr MAUKF.EN OIIARA Wldat i tyre foi lundl'.ii i -. paIMn all types i.l unparalleled depth, i • %  % %  *l Rrp-iblii %  8 THURSDAY ONLY 4 30 I 16 < Serial lilt K I KM 1 HI IIIIISN and Etening Rags THE MOMRN DRESS SIIOPPE Broad Street "SILENT SAFETY neu and smoothness in r Ing. Irfmg noi,-kid llfa CAR TYRE. Unexcelled quietFaster, safer cornerII O \ \ TO DAY Laat 3 ShowVe hno tn> O1I.^MTI# BUI 32 x 6 32 x 6/5 34 x 7 as x 7j 30 x S gg 500 BM 475/18 450 550 0 TU HA v i,.t 2 Bbowa 4.48 B.I5 >; JAOKIE ROBINHON an nim-alf llll J4CKII KOIIISSOS PLANTATIONS LTD. *itm RUBY DEE MINOR WATSON Tomorrow 0 Wad. 4 30 ft S 15 DUNCAN IIT.N A I.DU LEO CAR ILL O In llll Y ALIA* I HOWBRL and I lil IGl I Ml %  lattsiM FRANK LOUEJOT— KATHLEEN RYAN



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TirSDAY. J.YWARY 15. 15 a\Rn\no \n\o< \TI p\r.F HENRV BY CAL ANDERSON BLONDIE BY CHIC YOUNG THE LONE RANGER BY FRANK STRIKER "1WS IS ^K "TUIMC ttXJBE AN UggT^Rt TCMT3 NCUftCUX'.' JOHNNY HAZARD BY FRANK ROBBINS '/ JOHNNY ANP TN ANOWf 4AVff f PCM AAKAuCNu Af Aft r. ANP N*.it*n WHOM mot MM KUCP f< YUC wmttu. *tf POHf* ANP U FZttmtV PH.OT • EMPIOYW BV *•*•> /*UW/AW *;ia } i ri'tNi INVtCTKJN ON TKiB WPfCHTEAPOR. UNK TuPDUOJ TK PKteT m*N. ..JIM. M£ POOPiT.tAP PILCT ANP I WERE CffUSIN AlCN' WI7U NAE A MOPEV IN WOeiC* VMtfN ftJPtlN'.' T AN ALL-OUT KAHO Aitfi 1DCAffO4C0r ONE JOUNNV UAZAlTP S) BRINGING UP FATHER BY GEORGE MC. MANUS %  3P£> SO I HAVE RIP KIRBY BY ALEX RAYMOND !V %  A TOAST TO YOUR HEALTH!! ^T WINCARNIS TONIC WINE ASSIST YOU TO GUARD IT BUY A BOTTLE TO-DAY. IT PAYS YOU TO DEAL HERE SPECIAL offers to all Cash and Credit Customers for Monday to Wednesday only SI'M IAI. UI'IEDS arr mm ini.ilbliTl our llniiirlirw Twcen-.idf. S|n % %  ithltow % %  anil Siun Nu-i-i-i u.u.11. NOW Usually Now Boxes Turkish Delight 91 — Tm3 Wal ,. s 0xford Sausages 69 Tins Raspberries 77 7 O Peanuts (Per lb.) 38 M Pkas Jac Cream Ctackets 49 M Pkgs. Lux Flakes 26 'i'l Tins Classic Cleanser 24 21 D. V. SCOTT & Co. Ltd. Broad Street r II i C O i. o \ \ A ll i I. II O C i. BIBS PHOTO FRAMES IN A FINE ASSORTMENT SILVER PLATE IN A RANGE OF SIZES FOUNTAIN PENS JUST IN TIME FOR REOPENING OF SCHOOLS SWAN PENS SUMMIT PENS CONWAY STEWART PENS WATERMAN'S PENS PLATIGNUM PENS Advocate Stationery



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TUESDAY. JANUARY II. 1KI BVRBAIMiWIWKATI I IIKH: fcv^A^ u ,1,1 uTI "".' hi Ktuiw Rtivd ni.'V urfrhciimiik %  th.-. and psu*v >• and umtul iumia. bod*, pimple* and comma* U d.wrd.r*. Clark* • Bl.'.-d Misuse* t lp IB |H*rti> ihr hlood. dmMI lh* y. %  am* hi rciitrine n-ml health. POOHOn*** % %  • % % % % % % %  % %  % % %  • % % % % %  • % %  'Door Opened For Higher On Probulioii PdT 'Hud' l-ani:ii;i:: %  SeoweU L.S. Sugar I'riec Mr. G. D. Griffith. Acting PoUci Mai!i-str..t kin tin pMoa anal be or good behmvLuui for using IrMcwnt IllgHMt on Hiillona Hill, oil JWHUn 13 j || UrColHn told the court thai UM defendant hi i %  % %  merited th.it n %  %  Uoni foi lutnfl nod th,. door, but Ladortnt language. by Ui.hinge*in clc, i a sharp n,i ri'JMTarpauUm Stale* '' • let . NEW YORK adopUd li. mi, %  AIM, II An .UlboriUUV. ;„l„„„. ,„., l: M '•''" i %  ... ,, ,.„. -Dunna il uJhJd i„ llincha.t fc Cp.ny. "" M ~?L."'il" ."S." 1 "' k lk ri ,. ,„„,* W hlch tinl V' ' 1''. I''", I*', l,'' '•> u '> -1 '" ••-,!.•* will, u K-..,I.„„ '""* %  "> '" maintain Hi,i, Tliui.,,.,, .„„! B r William IJIK'iiiJ'ili *-'Iv.,..|i thiprice ,,f 11 is in? prupvri %  Men BMWff •""' "" %  '""""' hip i omptnr, and Raul Knagp, C 4 "* "' %  %  '' during inc % % % % % %  . product .,( M '.'• _,„,__ ..,, il ,! w,„iiu aarva '" o !" **'ls5 mcmili lli"I>ani. 1M H I i i. IaU. .1 I .11 W H>* C %  W m, M UntU. Jt ! *t "il-HetirirKliiii. J nraytam. ) Hi>ba>>n. U Kin* K.I,e scon, D i>< .-... J 'v. I F M. : ...< \ • % %  %  I .... i I.^II. r p>u. •in. r. i.*M >* IU*I*.II iiTOciic ft UTTwlr, IL Taorcl, l> Uoucn. J. Itokfeui. !" i' I-I in.. n Banal i li P it. %  ..Iixuli Mm •*mun tugh r lrii* H * f"f 1 UntaM •Imta btxauM luti orru t nt by ln.-petoi i ;i. % %  i %  %  I.-, c. sjrtinm-i agftlMl Carlton Browi 57 oaMi par B tx %  w mi %  %  Dooi the level ifquircd to be conon a charge vl murchtr'nK Norm.i sidcred in making th no*clearly pfarcd for I i thai cost* ol producing L. A Williams. barrWer-at-law M and sugar carat as evifor [„, defence. The hearmit of WWOd I %  LndOM "f piict-lhl ( h;uge w;i& adjourned until pay and other dat;i have to-morrow it 10 ;i.m when fm thtlv that .ignincant evidence *ill IHt-ken the — IfU SHREET LAMPS v I rum IMir I iof the Veslry strongly \ %  Letter by the complainant WB* VoaU) upaad \ i.pi> in ihe Bectrlc Cotapan] %  taUng thai lb*] bdlMd increaeTi itliaj put up which prlCCI <>i iaw and refined would picvent street lamps from art tHKoaaar] i" reflecting on the road rot the r.|uiibiv m.unu ectmg ,. iat in*. |.in.ii, i 1 > %  and %  %  %  EXHIBITIONS AWARDED however Rlggl %  %  hart me rcrtciH.n troa traaj aibletl it rtwdent. that person WM room '(rolfito' Diw Jan. IH riomarho sugar industry." The St. Mwhael'a Vi Accordingly, .i neaaiUve allow-t^.i „ K yoatcnUy lllled tw l 40(l.ono short inn.s, raw rahiO, vi am et which occurred at Ihe hi made WJ I • e tlin! Li ,, l|(1 ,.• : t \ lt ., m <(l st M T" %  "rarni.ii %  ,uoates that U.S %  ufBi ti 1952 "ill th< :.;..' in %  write-• c fT'-ct 'n^o ton* ol tans T I Mill eft. & evei %  l)ig i i ..ii crop. :ie foroca %  < 11 l more, and *h,. H crop." I area* which mnply ihe tad She will be leaving f %  . to .fternoon for TntOOJ The PMOCh S^ kn-'.-. DOBCub will DJ I ,000 'e %  %  •" facing the Advtx eMKiiert to M 'i V tunes & ton.' ol uga r to dispose of in ihe Circulatir.,) Dep a nmen1 for Co. Hi! .nil from f/orld m.nkrt |[e r annual world B>0 Trinidad l' U sail for market salts usually run to -nly Thai Kngland. nbbut 2.000,000 tons. —B.U.r. n,e U Q iaOll %  ma here from Soui1 \dvorate \. %  %  TII.IV. M..H1U* H> Girls' School. %  •.-. i 1,111 Tin ..*uin, wire mfHf* i""" Anita 'tin 1 Ihc | ; rdod to "" iSe Vaatry, and Kxhlbltions tu B. Hows A KUiK. I>OUI of whom are already the School, and wh" were The next two m line on IV fffasef lllocke I £10,0OQ,d06-THEN UP COMES OIL vesterdaj k blocked haU of th.. road ana broken bottle <" %  atrawri om UM other half of UM I Som e cartons conwlning empty two-pint bottles slid off the lorry. The jlngliui; .rash" Ihr bottle mad* as they struck Ihe giound alarmed people In nearby offices The broken pieces of boltle VOrfl BOOB removed. Srhoom'r W.HvkfMl On Hiiiit:* To N\ i'sl I cd ifUONUt'N A t>n> schooner Nellie ll> water loputed ii ba lha kaat al u. ,i laj uliOai thing, a/a i .If the coasl off South Devon b) one i>f id.., ..I %  Brlutm for H year5. The ship. \ four woman and firl aboard going to the West Indies if take part -o .t rUm. The Captain's 17year-old daughter and n scuman %  re baUoved tj have |>ef>n tlrowned, but Ihe re Crop MASSEY HARRIS TRACTORS '*;',•.'.-.:•*'.•.;•,•,•.'.'.;',• .; %  .'.•;%'.:;•. %  Altl'IV AT %  le > w *. as Isaa miiliii. \> % %  %  n.n'>' '•" •ana-* *J "• nai. La^ I irfl. from Uranad*. •'SSWSSSSS.'.'SSS.'S Barbados Go-op Cotton Factory Lid. srna!! car with BIG car Features MOMLIS MINOR %  r.'i-i'.',-. ,~t'. A revolutionary new Germicidal Soap containing Hexachlorophono Ilerl i a new kind of dual purpose soan and Is the llrit soap mouifaetared m U>I •' •> Klutdom to ronUIn the ITIIII. ml|r\ i.|,iu r.. ir. tun. jilt known as Gil Hirhlorophene is a i:rrmiiile that r> rullt aeUvr when used in the Deri a JTIII K oditrles.ind MUM irntiliu Ui lirtl M p ,-. l-tli lahlrt and liifiUI form %  n adopted by BrllKh Mrdlesl in .. %  In.rttle. n... i..is us. It for their 1 i in ....I. Xu' are the anUaep., ialM 4 l>*>rl Hoap that In aaany baal>i rl u axil, the ten minute I rubs Imcr now l>een reduced •i nt<*>* %  %  rrfrrt on u->i>nriarv InferUons it rl—• md Its prnmulpin nl rapid h< Ml fit-.... Medical flinlrt would baaawM •• ith th%  -f such a soap. ALSO 5-6 CANE ton CARTS W/Z/rV//. ,','SSSSs'SSSS. COURTESY GARAGE ROBERT THOM I.IMITF.II — *OENTS Dial 4C1C '-''/*'•*' V#V! WM/AV/.V///^/,','/.V,',VrVA4U '.*,'.'-*-'-V'-'-*-'--.'-v 7 CUBIC FHI Hfl llV'lGt "H0S0 C01S1RJCHON BOOYaCHsSllJ %  %  isgais FORT ROYAL GARAGE LTD. Dial 2385 Sole Distributor. Dial 4504 a'!



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PAOt SIX RVRRADOS ADVOCATE TlESDAY. JANUARY 15. 1I5J CLASSIFIED ADS. iMili.H s•.I.ES IUrliadv Ikonit Surirly tElEHMOM 2i09 REAL ESTATE OFFICIAL NOTICE |v III lilllf I.I I M-.VI IB* SHIPPING NOTICES I UK SALE AUTOMOTIVE DIM* %  ••u Oi. Jam-art l I'M **'• Cain %  K.-.iHa raudrne n*ai Ai-rw. % %  : .1*. Mi— %  K— %  411 crlotlt thi, l!.-ri.ooii lac lp> H BrrOurn B-om aad Bft Ida f IN MEMORIAM rd I tn good lo I Kir* play. DMVI It I at. %  OR "All %  >* RIM AKfllHUI S*i*'.vU Villa*. nom To** Oo' -'*i"" *W l > ;\ I ...LIOUOR I.H I.NSI NOTICE ippi' || J.|. .n aaeallw' : .V Siu.pnMi. Guinea rlai-MUDa, "I '•* -'" I : %  Dl-1 M ,.—I Mirrla • Tnurini Car. In %  in* .O'lllll-Jll. ood !>'•* .... r,,i,%. Of* SI U l.a.1 II I I* *i tBATT. Wrll-ronatructru H atiiiarc iv 14 H Ion*. aultabia tor U-r-pr owl pm. ot Horaa BOM Baal < % %  %  pap * 00 accepted POT vii.im Apptr Ralph Beard. Lowar Bar 1 I (aim Ihn fcr at b", %  4 M 2.. vnCWAJITVILLB'-A __ .1* at Rklr>. Chriat ChuMb. aUadi..* %  II IM %  • fret of land r'.andlnp 10m lb* Publn Bead to iha M. T"> iMHMt ConWini drawUta and dli'in* .,.,* 3 beelroern*. Bltaban etc alretrie, and eavariuneni water inaUlldd. Bar%  nil raufei 111 yard. Inaprrtion by appMBBnent • ,u *• ui>da'al|ned Th. ...npertf UI W -I ,. tor • PutiHt Cam pel 11 ton at our OWif %  Ml St.eet. Orld-etown. on PrMay d' iral.nl al ) pm YE Aft WOOD BOYCX rnt txi A | II V. %  '.! %  I TlUa apfrtKnlinti -nl be tonal. 1 a Uraaiuiaj CdMrl %  l>il A OB Tuf-adl Police Notice 1 %  near* Att IM. 1 n< iirretn f • noun W all pareara _>n. eitato rlifh. . In tore-1 tn -n> Ibn. ~,--.tmri!-n.-a. 111 • -dfr-i vaMftu-i %  %  T II n „ . al the %  *•*.•*,,)*,,* OWlae Publ., I %  nd,r..-n. beta— IM 4th da. -I March NN. MI order that tuck ciat* %  HiiT1 on and ranked acceding lo Itaa iiilun and nrtorm ihttrl ,„' | an nr iain.i' -.id i %  l-latnli" I SAIMT CLAIH (TSJ mflATri I i a.-l< WA1.IVII MIAMtUl Wl •> .1 SBLMA l ITIIUX'. ml PATTIMOK .r parrrl of land lormc'. I Km%  ** -• % %  *•*!" &f -•' %  MUM MKM>|n4| by •d.iwui.m... 1 rMM lw..t* -i !• nflria pf(r ". ic Idc nl J. A Ulttooa on UMSouth or. a public road a. -> piiMkr rood and on > Mmi*f M IW a*"* l7 -*" %  "< >U>ld BCONUl.V All. THAT <-UI' BMMt ar MfPtt td Uaafl Mtuato al ni> Croat Hoad* In lba> id paHah of Sair rUMtnTwH* if Mntawairig bi -d.noa.-rrrorni on. road thirty .lab baa Plantation oa landnow ci 1-1. M •^"•J*" "" "•, uMW T—d ar howrici rtn. UMI ai" ">.> -but and aau.d TMiRDl-T AlX TilA %  ^ ipatt of lara-r -r uf U-l IOMVI, -a Jontm M rood Ira parchr* .hlch aa fur-wrly part at Oi -aid panah of alnl Philip -nd lln Pour acrra fluuda ."U'mll *1 • HI 11 On* lalfr auoat-nHallv bulrl two i.utu* aaarkat. .Madtn* ."• •-} f| of land will Irnnlaa* o> l duii-btr a* a guaat houar or bond PTK-ad to -II Apa>*. Id lA-<> ..ce inquired foi lea Porefa Appii i ma 10 nd 2• I. VII. !\\ tic 'rcn a %  ,V .11 HMiO Jtin. on Tr\ day. IBtii It T Mil llfcl.tN Comm 'i %  tllHIll'Il'WII. ,'.t52. !i 1 n -2' MA.SE tlM. H V TBXOA la aa aartod Iv Haul ad Auatrollad fan for Trinidad. Barba•toa. Bermuda aptly January and amvaboul k&arrh SHU hi Had cargo arcaptad on .hraugh Bill, ol UI..1 with tranahipmant f^r Britlth G, .Windw-rd and Ia*B.! HH-bj ••• funhar p-.U.ul.fB apall MPUFWfaW, WITHV A Co.. IJd TRINIDAD. III. DtCOtTA A Co Ltd. 11AFUIADOS ,.,opt Carg. ~d %  '*•"•"* '"' — ktMMMrai "... *: Vlnear.1. Orrnada and Aruba .; >ao IMh Inat. Th. M V DAEBWOOD" will %  % %  1 %  Dm % % % %  %  "* < % %  .-.a. HI Vlntrnt. Orr-toda Ai..b. nn -JMM .-.11 Mar-rAATtOH iOtC Conabtna* TrW No. •••. SAOUENAY TERMINALS !>%  .1 of M>* ral%  jrl <.i. l-nda ad aiapnan.. Cl.il> I Atlamby d*v-"1 and on ihc public load or I ut ..1 MI bound POVKTMl-V AIJTUAT cart-ln pkaca or p-nt; 1 larpar am. of land known a. Tank Plaid wMcfa. % %  J^W* 1 ho land* uf Kirtora PkantaUon. aUuato in tha aaMl pan-h ol B .1 ui.ii rl aloraald conlainlnd by admraaursairnt two roods ana and ar ran-Ian lb ,h !" bt.U .InnSn. and boundU On Und. now orlat. o. AdaLjJd ida MM ut lair of onr Mr Brathwalla on l-nda fonna.l> of lha a-tat 1 K ..aad bul now of tha >d Walter frar-u Hrrca and Maim. t-aUiia1 ('..tinaiLi. -iut un %  raail In Conunaat Of fldwarrr alar ir>r a-aia may "•* %  „. ,4., uw anma paay abi.l -nd buund ana •Tparvrl <-f i-nd "-'•• %  M-.chArld In tha CANADIAN SERVICE From Halifax. VS.. and Montreal. -POLY 111 \ IM:• %. A VIHIL 1 1 I 1 r M.ii.l. %  ajMaa UNITED KINGDOM SERVICE FROM SWANSEA. LIVERPOOL AND GLASGOW RALPH A. BEARD 1.1 ..M. IN-I HI 'V \ Offn I you inc (olluwiiiit in I'ruiATty . WORTHY DOWN Top liovk. Ciirl.l Thorch, stimaing on 22.uoo %  • .. %  %  nd %  I U -1 "Ulsldc d Buill-in lUtahta RT Garage. Itooms. LjaundT). %  a and boiiigfuilv L.."lufMxJ Prio IC5.DWI. Irfr#T


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r PAC.F FOI'R BARBADOS \DVOCATF TIT.SDIY. JWVARV 19 IM1 BARBADOS ^ADV r OfrfTE i...< Bl. IIMIIUII TVaaaggrjr, I ..nii.it \ 15. 1952 PIOM I It WOIIK LAST Saturday the London Daily Express commented on the resentment which manufacturer <>( the United States were feohnp against the successful invaUntish bicycles into the markets nj the United States. The next step, warned the txpresk. would be the imposition of a heavy tariff on British bicycles entering the United States This, commented the Express, would be quite proper because home industries must always be protected against foreign. But the moral for the United Kingdom was clear. Britain could not expect In earn dollars by selling bicycles to the United States at the expense of American bicycle manufacturers. Therefore, concluded the Express, Britain should give up hopes of balancing her trade deficits in the American market and concentration the markets of the Commonwealth. The experience of British bicycles points amoral fur the West Indies. Jamaica. Trinidad and Barbados have all approved legislation to aid pioneer industries apparently in the rsopag i.f attracting capital to the West Indies from the United Kingdom and other countries. They are all finding that the passage of bills is m>t sulticient inducement and that colonial Income Tax Legislation does nut free outside investors from theoblgiations of the income tax legislation of their own countries. The position with regard tr investors from the United Kingdom has already been noticed by the Regional Economic Committee und by the West Indian Chambers of Commerce. It is indeed a very strange position in which the West Indies find themselves, and in Barbados the full significance of the position is only appreciated by a few. That is because the moral of the British bicycles entering the United States and competing with American bicycles had not been learnt before the Pioneer Bills were paused. Pioneer industries to be successful in the West Indies must produce and manufafeirfl goodl which are now largely produced and manufactured in the United Kingdom. Ef West Indian pioneer industrial are successful thay will reduce proportionately the output of factories which now produce those goods in the United Kingdom. Less goods produced in the United Kingdom will reduce wages paid by the factories which are producing less goods. And the British Government will receive correspondingly less revenue and income tax from decreased British production. It is therefore unreasonable for West Indian Governments to ask the British Government to lose not only the revenue and income tax that must be lust through decreased production and decreased wages, but also to deprive itself of the privileges of recouping that loss through normal taxation of companies or investors operating in the British West Indies. During the wars 1914-18 and 1H39-45 the British Government needed money so desperately that it issued loans the income from which was free ot British Income Tax to residents abroad. Comparatively large sums in those securities are to-day held by persons and companies residing in the British West Indies. Even larger sums would have been invested at those periods had the United Kingdom Government gone cap in hand {as the West Indian Chambers Commerce and the Regional Economic Committee would like their Governments to go to the United Kingdom government to-day) and begged West Indian Governments to exempt their investors in United Kingdom War loans from paying local West Indian Income taxes. It is not difficult to imagine what reply West Indian Governments would have made to any such requests. The whole subject of aid to Pioneer Industries seems to have received inadequate attention from West Indian governments generally. The islands do nut act together. but independently in their race to "get in Artt**: the interests of the United Kingdom manufacturers and of the British Treasury appear to have been completely overlooked: and in Barbados where the subject was first introduced in the Press with the specific intention of giving aid to known Canadian investors willing to build a hundred-room luxury hotel, a Bill has been introduced which gives no aid to hotels. A great deal more pioneer work is necessary if the Government of Barbados is to benefit from the Pioneer Bill passed last HOW CALMLY WE SAIL THROUGH SUEZ! From ttw liner Oreade* PETER DUFFIELD ninth SUM lo-day—coum on one thing standing consistent!' L-.ii The s.ic/ Canal IT— If tba 83ear-otd £5;.ooo,ooo %  %  red i our manning the small craft n> JI our huge all-white ii tirade yellow funnel. We hung expectantly over the chip's rails ** we glided into sight *( town. A bumboat rowed out to meet us The three dusky Egyptians ipondent Hew the Egyptian Mug. three white stars and a white cre s cent moon on solid green. On our i H .i ,; !" ivwli•. .ll-mh,!,Im*r nor *•"•"'* aa mi. iind-rargo link between Britav and more than half l < mon wealth—lies wide tranquuV rind triumphantly open. This transcendent Middle Eastern fact M almost obscured i icni Egyptiani aajptng sboottng and sabotage It emerges if you happen tn tourney aboard any of luindni nti-rnntional *hin* pi vim 1 %  I %  M< i ti i i %  %  irt Uiat bustnaai %  shlpj ijor paaacngei -( our hugf .u-white liner, our ralln tunnel. Sue/ i us for our plao irh. \ll>lrrilT W ^ an asoara toe orcae. Sht u oi itt.wu ions | ine ointeaa, snip Lu-aa> uMng iiic Lanai/ I.IU i.LII IlOI rum tilbury wnn • %  *<.. I %  : %  • in Brf I "Hylic Mrs. McPherson" shoutP-tjgjr tgg, ihioug,. .. rolling, rucking bay o.B'l ""'' K*yrrti-n "hOW much to. n-Chnstmai u-u.'-IVtsnip*Olbraltar, a wintry* e re not m A sellers' but a .imsiina* in Naples and a buyer* maraSH. JjJ aladiurranaan to gaaiareu) ggypCsga. a Biff) But if was Britain, Hnm,>i nil tHf urny. All di.y long small but BianUt%  ant symbols of British atfengtl) In the Canal Zone war* in gtrlna seraern of .he Di'caslonal Jet-ngnter ftll^eri through our porUholc As we moved from the Great Hitter Lake into the last lcng %  tntcll '•' UN Canal, our 28.000ton ship was "escorted." -.11 UN way in Sue/ b> twothrr-ton armoured can. the oral (waring two men. DM "nee men of the Hoyal Armoured Corps. lakian enormointy %  i punl moving la •• 'liames rock, we carried on a -muting match with them from mir *hip-to-hore distance of "fty ranis. Every mile or two groups Mulish Servicemen. mostly paratrooper*, gave us ex, i too aves or the wolf-whistle to tut HI W/\DOW 0\ FLttT 8WBST New Brains' Will Keep You Happy At Work By TREVOR EVANS ON the first day of the New Year I nomini ate my Man of the Year for 1952. I mean within Britain itself His name' Sir WALTER MONCKTON. the | UlnittM of Labour and National Service. You would have found it hard yesterday | i amiBMQtli ned in places where "en talk politics. All the. talk was about HARRY CROOK• 'IWR, the man who will stand in for UKCIIIIX at Cabinet meetings, and of •(It HARD Al SJEN BVTLER, the Chancellor, who is not, after all, named uffictallti as Na 3 in the Tory hierarchy. There are plenty ItBullerand tu pass on speculations : it perhapa U wasn't Churchill but Washngton-bound ANTHONY EDEN who urged re claims of Utility Crookshank against Amutinus Butler. Rut the Klory "' Cronkshank and the disi!j Barbados Annual Review 3/por copy Oil suit111 llli Advocate Stationery : VAyx/V/wv/w-v/ww.'/v.'in i^> omrnented <-!• passenger return, ng from his rettlval of Britain %  "u-ii'i all tht'lr wioet ssmafitn oii-ou from rhetn." gloomy thui Groucho's gag writer would probably write of it: "The old gray mare nostrumshe ain't what she used to be." Th.n we came to l*ort Said, Mediterranean entrance to the Canal. To anyone fanuli.i AS WE dreamed moodily ol ^L toothy. tu*k> elephants mad and -"Ui an ivory, of lo' uowdei lorm, of Jusi routine Y\7'TH the faintest swish of the Canal, the Oreadea KIItf i notion* „ %  pu—u., .-.,,... w, ..I,%  •ueace-time (or pre-AngloJ^ ^ ^ Qflw ^ ^ on into the Red Se. Egyptian crisls-llme) passagea vuaon4 | miirr „ l|( ,. an< | ,,f IM Sn| l^ UM itxth. ugh the Sue/ Cat %  I. I'm I i enormoush Less than six monthwere two methods of I % % % % %  Port Said. One was to walk ashore, see the sights, VIMI UM CJihuiets. comb the waterfront shops. The other, to slay aboard and banfl over the gbip 1 ralL shouting and haggling with swarms of Egyptian boatmen rn.inninK junks ladSfl with colourcarved elephants, fancy h.indhags, myriads of sandals, wi.tches, fountain pant, tarbusbei shirt' wallet*. DUI I " UjlaillHl %  IHIivad lealher-work aO dear to the UHlrist baart and %  > csenllnl to Egyptian ciontimy. To-day there Is no "doill F> l Said. British passenger-llnpr!HO lOngM ii'*-up nt the Biain waterfrontBritish paSSat longer go ashore. Onanelal col n.nrnt'\ .i> iinplilely "ruulmt *,.d io-day marks the begrimung !" L£kafa\lasS ££j!^*Z of an austerity canal voyage ,. H .,„. ,,., „--„.,., health and polite ••'view of U It is an austerity that affecu 1' ^ n>m>u* l "" 1 EaypuaM arc as normal. Ma>. I( .> ..i. tl ^H-..., ..... %  '* ne port town. Simon Arit, the ,,Tizi mnrm u ., t h nact |r. n m lack the passengers only shghtly ] ,„,.„„.,,,,,, jj"gJStoTbbou. P I'lir only special antl-sabotag< 1111 i'lecaution taken, the dosing ol £3.000 in .i single BabUday [ow*r portholes. Nblackmgmorning) had green -huttart out. no fliearms Issued. W. leave .i Canal where tht I BOp "ii vital bank is safe in Biiti.l i 11 nade. The i>.ilm '.i The daya i>f Porl frta, 'Woaeotno Btrangaa hlthai town were *ure|y nujnbtrOd. Ann so io No. t oiling barth, ni-i Insida the canal Maalfi where no FjV.i'llll 1 lllllll Royal hands, and serene for the shipping of all nations. Where Ion* lines of Nlssen huts and the individual pyramids of British tent.' lav quietly in the wintei sun vhah the Egyptian Army He* tnpolently half on one side of the the DUBM (0 hcl TO.ill WM Canal, hall ,„„. And slighll> .h..iii.-f;n-.-dU %  >a -?o !.-,.. ,.1 -% % %  -leave the groups ol British sol' escort our one ...i. irlrlna in Egvnt. rfffBN, the 100-mlla trip UlroUgh the Canal Itself. High oh OresiWa lorcmist we shout TN lucky people Hall vour lack — cltillans." World Copyright Reserved —L.E.S. Ol II HI All! US SAY: Ptlblir llrolth o rh MlNr, T'ie AawoMft 8UUMlu lbbeiw i lulive \o \iilitnutli*tiliim i heck on Communism In Malaya. Indo-Chln.i. and Hong Kong. To Tlie Edifor, The Advcat,— I feel suie Great Britain's conS1H. JiVith regard lo a suggestubutloti m the "war to uphold Iho tion I noticed in Mr, Cuke's JUSUCO of freedom-loving counBlood Donors in ,^., 1 „ Dtctrt I th,-.l 400 l'e" ref-.-rred lo by your comol the Advt>eale re^^ subscribers be added and -|>mW-nl >at lr..>l proproptlenab .gain ol Uie urgent ^ lhtdding ^ brought in, U. that of the United States %  may I be allowed space to say it's America. 1 know one Officer Who better to have 400 dissatisfied has been on active service in thpaid people in a community than British Army continuously slutshould not only give -> pint of >n blood to an individual patient but deep freeies ni -ii For ot fublic B.irbiMtoa. comprehensive achei Health education (0 misery __ars ago, dinners ruined when stoves went off etc. AgL*sSfijE£tni meat in a world shortage %  %  aw loti Mild You. sir. niost generous in BllOcaUng space in your paper to matters afTertini; public health. But UBlaM IhOf" why not try raising the money nail am • typbotd anra i,*,,nv (or no* uanaiallng equiphow rarely do we see tnfomtament, on a guarantee of 5"S tive notes or articles emanating interest and no nationalisation for from official sources Why Is 35 years. Surely the Labou than this lark -t %  PllgMan man l Government regarding such a vitally import(or Yours, R W R OLIVER (Col ) HarcUr-. St. Lawrrnce Gap. Christ Church. I2ih January, 1052. THf th,,n \ >,i-1111,11 nUact as health' Col Muhciin baa org %  M.-1U-IH l*ublic Relations ScrI depaitmeut time '" %  others u> follow Mi kwdl •A. R. SAN. 1 I lib January, 1B32 •Talkvn' Parkm'' To the Editor, the Adrocoie, SIR.—The problems facing uw motorist in Bridgetown haai n %  compamon with the algtUmare hazards met by the pedestrl;— 1 The Editor. The Adeocate— SIR,—1 was very pleased lien 1 read w*at the Dean had rtnd better use preached about last Sunday; the buikUng another 1st Sunday of the Epiphany. and technical schools. He said In part that even than In buying the electric comlayman should examine himself pany bearing in •nmul the fact and lead a Spiritual life In this ...is %  .-i-i. New Yeai espeelalb those art* in U.K. has Increased Ita ChargM In the past Year have not lived 10 |ha publref "P ,0 mark I thorouflhly agre<"ilh these remailu and mmlu uu particular stress on examining ourselves and making n fresh start. 13th January. IS32. Hritnin l/-i In hon-a To The Editor. The Adeoealc— llninany tltormighfare* no pavetympaUn foi menu exist and tn ptherfl tbatt „ltli 1* totally inadequate ie surface brokiii and um 1 am very glad that the Dean him laken this matter up as a Sill.—I toHv endorse the sent 1 .whole as it will no doubt, bene-1 ment of WOUf ..i u-s|>omieM who the pt^ple of this beautiful ,M..ie .1 lei :ei published in today's f nd happy island of ours, and Advocate 1 m devp ,m n| v *y to do this ANTIGUA CROP STARTS (Krom Our Own Correspondent) ANTIGUA, Jan. 14. VIGOROUS cane cutting throunhout Antigua over the past three days enabled Ugua Sugar Factory ofncially to : Hiding a bumper crop at 6 a.m. with aOO tons piled in the-yard. Pi pita • \ rssive rainfall the quality of UM juice is higher than at the beginning uf last year's crop. USA in unionism Ih Ke the *£!*'' istance of GodKorea. Thanking y uu for space ami eve'13 M -JS! c i ,ch lh *' rackets of the top State servants ? However 1 was prompted to e>e of all our people, rich and rite rou B rsell ... to mia has pe alike. To add to these arawbocks thi' been BBU "I fhe larg* contribution d the bein| mad. to th e ataM eaaaw -Stt^UagaWorthu 1 g rAYLOK Christ Church, Other morning in .1 ftrw yarns of h) Brtueh and lommonwealln ,au..l pavemeM .pace in a bus> rorees In h %  law IIIJ. hoi.pmg street were aa folio*group of the Uttei which Include •ne Urge dustbtm • fai.-s.ML > %  % %  made --P primanly Congrutututum* crate* Vhandcart. a lady seated the British array, wtth troops from i a stool with .1 trav of fru^t Canaoa, Autrah. India and New ; 0 „„. £d, tur ,he Adi, rtop and N.ck wheel en ' W ^ ."^J^, ** n Michael Combined irmled acro-w the pavemen". trtMl these count ne are in tnt ,lcbralion of twenty-nine year' I reTpeop -Tftting on paveme%  "W "' hwd muMe 1 wo,k ,n w ^ fou7 groups frmn tWO to tow %  %  %  '; r^^fn wh,fh h " reB,1 >' dded • "' Lennie^ Some with largo trayi ^^^LlSSto^taT^Saar. m tM u,eor ** co!" -"* -" *; their head, enryrn in tangtht * -J SfanSn^eSTS '^S^J^L a ^' C £? nd absorbing chatter. „ irl ,. Tlaa Mrnlral "" rk -"! d to fc"P %  choir in Uain%  we. was recent"'' ^'rT^?^? y Wr> r qutw -.xccutive has asked passengers to raise the mrests to give an extra seat a side in the impartment. Some irate passengers who have paid a tilling for a reserved seat have told the UthorltlN : "If we share our seats we want 11 or part of our shilling back, according > how tightly we have to squeeze." Imagine Solomon, the Rebate Inspector. .-'iipsiiii; along the full length of the Manunian with his tape measure, handing out l-.ps announcing his judgments^—penny for :i small child, tuppence for a school boy. up to a shilling for the portly' types. The inspector will at least have time for his job. The Manchester-London train now likes* 3 hours 50 minutes-35 minutes longer than in 1939. INFLAMMABLE It was tactless SIR HUBERT HOl'LDSWORTII.' National Coal Board chairmanship Leatherclolh In Wonderful (nlours. . IDEAL lor inlrrior Pram rovfriii|!.\ piinci ( kiddies' Tableliips and (hairs GUARANTEED AGAINST CIACUNC Mil 12 MONTHS & EAST 10 kill' (LEAR! Da Costa & Co., Ltd. By ROYAL DECREE A Very Fine Sherrr m Rill M IIM Kl 1 Dutf Gordon & Co. f %  ''ilkers' 1 partt u> ^cll as car park* so that th with nnlhing Ix-tlpr \ I i. ... irrvenUna ibe o\srtttn Ihe nan I hnrk'trr and *< "n an i MAKK WAV PI I ASK Hth Januarv, 1952. I %  1 g r. pareevcrancr. and >nr Unite.1 State* for commanding ^ST^i-J^ q "' ace of Allied shlp-< ^'v >t-*m,nstrated on the 3oth tan Watct* last year. Deeember when the chourendert-u an exxUeni programnij ol %  be rOnetlaa that beautiful Chriitnus music at 1. iloln and rrance are Queen's Park which a Lively and maintaining a great number of happy audience thoroughly enl't;hting men in the Far East in joyed from -tart to flnlah. %  sven though in %  HKItESFORD DtTlROWES. :e spectacular way. by keeping 10th January, 1962. gives him £7.500 and £1.000 and discretion to use "up to £5.000" for corporate hospitality and entertainment by the Board ? My answer is (b). (c) LORD CITRINE, chairman ol the British Electricity Authority, who gets £ 8.500 and £2.500 "for the Central Authority as a whole" ? or (dl LORD IIURCOMB. wIn. draws £7.000 Of the £ 8,500 to which he is entitled as chair1 man of the British Transport Commission, bul has charge of £4.000 in allowances for 1 the commission as a whole ? —L.E.S. Xn.h.ir Buller Anchor D.vjp. Milk. Anrhor Milk Powder 1 HLKFSK-: Sloul |lls stoui gaga— t'arrs Craekei l.lhl :<• iwr Bollix IV l MT Bottlr > SI 4 p*r It" Tilt I Mil. K.XSY TO IMCIIHT: <>\ Tunicur ggdgkal Reel Irt Ham aalggal Moncole Suup .iulillier In tins Kruwel -I'l'miIn llt> PetM PoU Pea li-.il '. line Peas Asp* rag IH. Matuniuuae r SMACKS HI ixxi:ss I'HOM GODDARD'S n KUVEI