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The Barbados advocate

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Title:
The Barbados advocate
Uniform Title:
Barbados advocate (Bridgetown, Barbados : 1983)
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Sunday advocate
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Bridgetown Barbados
Bridgetown, Barbados
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Barbados -- Bridgetown

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Apr. 22, 1983-
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No issue published for May 3, 1983.
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On Sunday published as: Sunday advocate.
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Latest issue consulted: Feb. 28, 2005.

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Parbados &

WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 16, 1952 PRICE : FIVE ¢

~ ; + ; 8-Man Commitiee
‘STATE OF EMERGENCY IN CAIRO “6 Consider Src
POLICE USE TEAR GAS, x wave ms om | Party insuragee

TO DISPERSE CROWDS

CAIRO, Jan. 14. . “reeaabaeth
POLICE USED TEAR GAS BOMBS to disperse stone-





ESTABLISHED 1895















AFTER PASSING the Second Reading of a Bill to
make provision for the protection of Third Partie ae again &
risks arising out of the use of motor ve shieles, and t or pur-
poses incidental thereto, the House of Assembly yesterday
sent it to an eight-man Select Committee.





‘he Members of the Select Committee ar h
throwing demonstrators, as 100,000 mourners paraded Ibn Gaal G a, oh ae (L), E. D. Mottley (E), W. A. Craw t (C)
Cairo streets, demanding revenge for the killing of an 1. A. Williams (L), E. W. Barrow (L), A. B.S. Lewis (b)
Egyptian Airlines pilot. P “ Can (L). a P C. Goddard (E)
The funeral march for the pilot, Ahmed Ismaet, started roposes rhe Select Committee
quietly, but swelled to 100,000 persons shouting for revenge riginally intended to compt!

> « °
t cy uit of W a 7g
aig wet | Positive
vwcluded. He aid that there wer

i mber -@f legal brai Hy :
x thé Committees but there Pe > Age

« of one who was far \ A»

t nsurance and Mr, Goddat
id be included as one of the N ded
mittee 4 < , ;

Mr. E. K, Walcott had beer
ed 1 member of the Com

against the killers of the pilot, who was shot dead yester-
day in the Canal Zone.



Mediation

PARIS, Jan. 15.
King Ibn Saud of Saudi Arabia
has approached Egypt's” King
Farouk and Premier Nahas Pasha
with a proposal for mediation in
he Anglo-Egyptian conflict ac-

Ric state of emergency was pro-
’ as > claimed here, and police sources
Churchill Toe said that in most cities of Egypt,

demonstrations were timed to

a

A caincide with the re-opening of

Address U.S. schools after the mid-year holi-
day.

Congress Thursday Tear gas bombs were thrown

when the rioters started smashing

(From Our Own Correspor





ay ; ittec but the Speake wa .

OTTAWA, Jan, 15. |shop windows and street lamps|cording to official Egyptian formed that he would not | LONDON, Jan

‘ Peition Prime Minister Winston io stones sources vailable, Mr. Crawford was sul THE Commonwealiti
*hurenill will return to the a Ss “es sai in ¢ ted for h ance ors 1eetll
United States today ready to con-| ,The police first drove off the Scurces said that in a letter to or him ance Ministers meetin






King Farouk and to Nahas Pasha
Ibn Saud set out his “impression
of the Anglo-American ideas for
a compromise settlement,” “and

Maiden Speeches today will receive a «
Before the Bill w ent to the .

select Committec, the Hon. Ti prepared statement [ré
speaker Mr. K. N. R. Husbands | Albert Gomes, leade:

vince Congress that together the rioters without any clash, but
English-speaking nations can leaad| Were forced to use gas when the
the world to peace demonstrators returned The de-

Churohill will address a joint-)â„¢onstrators were then dispersed

ceiaaeuasiateemanphnenanstniaidincniatiitisdensheis sn tee neem













sess of Congre , by_bombs. asked for Egypt's official reaction omplimented Mr. J. C. Motlles }West Indies delegation,
ssion f Congress Thursday—a Ss 50.000 hea|to his tentative proposals. It is | his earnest maiden speech ANG) segting the hey ay be
speech he has been working an! ome spectators watchec ; f < ; ps gesting that they may b¢
ever since his departure f as the 100,000 strong procession | Sid that the Egyption Govern- ir. E. W. Barrow for his excel aches te Binnie y
Landon ‘Tt will ditrane ta rom | wended its way over the four-]|™ent was g¢onsidering ‘the sug- nt contribution to the debat |Preparing to qiscuss a nega
week visit to Washington ye mile arch route for three hours. gestion and is expected to com- en king his maiden speech tive policy of cuts and restr
Ottawa. = . : The Egyptian Army and Air}™Municate their views of the JOHN SELLIER, Trinidad’s Number 1 player Tees off as tho singles match between Barbados and rhe Object nd Reasons |} tions when a positive polic
| Force units participated in the} Pr blem. shortly to King Ibn Trinidad got underway yesterday ; A ‘inl \ ly to this {4S required
are thile 2 ors ’ 5 1 bi ee to app to § i
rh wee oes, = the me. Saud i id to} Mombers of the Barbados and Trinidad teams look on, Left to right are Colin Bayley (Barbados), 4 4 ‘ ir iple i + onan The statement points out
“Li ra atta es” fir S- t aud is sé - a e sland ( y ;
tol shots into the air to enunhaaizt formed Egypt that he had gained John Gellard (Trinidad), Mervyn Grell (Trinidad Captain), William Atkinson (Barbados) “Bobby or insurance against third ne West Indie can mi ke a
their demands for revenge. the impression in recent exchanges Sellier (Trinidad), Dick Vidmer (Barbados), Carl Breuer (Trinidad) wty risks arising out of the use} Mere useful contributi to
with An o-American represen- - steelers“ nenepanennsentsettenmsiiteG arpa SASS SSPE moter vehicles on public road: | conomic and financial fare ot
The British announced last] tatives, that the “principle” of 1d is based on similar legislatior | he sterling area by inc ng de
night, that they had closed the evacuation of the Canal Zone was the United Kingdom | velopment programmes especi

Cairo-Suez Road again to all civil-
ian traffic, to prevent an alleged
planned Egyptian guerilla attack

problems

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aeceptable to them, though its a 7 % rit h . julana end. 1 pak . ~~. mate wi il are
mplementation would have to be ty ie Sls as ; a ny ye se i 3 it strc he
worked out by mutual agreement. eS nyo \ i J political whic





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N t tc hicle ’ a rie road ’ ) ymmpt to t 1
on the British checkpoint at Kilo,| Both the United States and Bri- : aang: 7 Pag te Be etsy w any attomy t
f tain desire — according to these 9 : j i id couse Gea OR eee panes
A British Joint Services commu- | indications — that Egypt herself i Sie” thatiied 46) envy merkon Three Schemes
Inique, last night, said that one]or the Arab Security Pact be 4 a ise of High: Veicle:: Benvintoe Mr. Gomes’ statement prepare
jofficer and one soldier of the) linked directly with “Anglo-Am- : ‘iso made in Clause 4 to enabkh P% Consultation with Mr. R. ¢
-|Queen’s Own Cameron Highlonders| ericans”, thus apparently no long- ~~ —_ LONDON, Jan, 15 : : to recover from th | Y¢wton of Jamaica and Mr. Ma
was killed yesterday by terrorists)er insisting exclusively on a) gy), A// Quarters: | CAPTAIN WENRIK KURT CARLSEN received ure expenses reasonably | Lod. Smith the Windward
near Tel-El-Kebir, the scene of a] Four-Power Defence set-up, as mt | Lloyd's zed silver . and , , er tn | Net red in treating injured per. } Utlines three schemes which if de
b ; , : ’ : ‘ sloyd’s prized silver medal and prepared to fly to Nev ur I ‘ x in I .
British - Egyptian gun battle on] suggested in the Middle East De-f¢ ~ , ' f \ similar provision is con eloped in the West Indies would
| Saturday. fence Command, proposed by the e e | ie 7 care nee and a new command Lloyds ved in Clause 19 to cover thc }2¢ helpful in the balance cf
U.S., Britain, France and Turkey. t ~ \ whose famed underwriters insure ships the world ove. ; f medical practitioners whc | ments situation, The schen
The communique said that yes- —U.P. e 1onalr es said tribute to.Cant: Carisén for his epie but futile 18-da\ i; emarkency treatment ¢ Ge pigg, iule Kia aun
terday’s skirmish occurred on | I p pi ut t ro j
opin ground near Tel-Ef-Kebir Seize un le } battle to save the American freighter Flying Enterprise , a ae ene” “ Phe eee says that if Pp
. ; t " i ul the PrOV ON ice production were increase
road block south of Sweetwater / £ | In Washington the Federa it i acieair ah io a ne ; b vs 3
Mr. WINSTON CHURCHILL. |Canal. It said that one Egyptian H. E.'s ; Message W ill ia itime Board made certain Carls¢ - | ty ver r f a 0,000 gs ally i te Ad
siya ous YS killed when he jumped from Ke r Point i would have a,ship to command} ’ehicle is requires te ee a cone] ent were ane would
uurchill gave a preview of this a civilian bus and fired four shots to i ry 'e E when he gets home. The Boare a eae a \ f e requirements of the no
ideas at a Canadian Government at British guards at the Tel-El- Be Considéred Carpenter Cn Murder aia i¢ would. charter. immediate! ble: oF é ~ ar he fail | dollar Caribbean countries. T:
state banquet last night at which Kebir road block.—U.P. : Hanoi:— he gave a confident prediction of oem ee Committee troops of the Foreign Legion fought Charge Remanded owned the Flying Enterprise, the ee r o increase production
i > aste , o e Legislative C si yas oie E
ait yesterday appointed to consider {tS Way through the steaming Indo=..) is . Warships Mrs. GC... 1...) 10,085 ton, Halaula, Viewary, Iran Demanda U.K, | ic irain ie cain, Ws domies. i
~ Churohill painted no rosy pic- Eden “Encouraged” a Message from His Excellency ra Jungle oP ae ee Rats TRG arnaay remand- hes ae _ et ene ms ~ “ dda Thue see eRe ppaiss.-*
ture of the road ahead either for ; the Governor regarding to the re-|° BY Poin’ as the f rene. ed Cyril Lashley a carpenter feet Tong bust in 1040. ia Bugnts) sp 89 |} from India and Pakistan
ie fre wotld as. cahole or for NEW YORK, Jan. 15. commendations contained in the |Â¥P defences against an expoeted of Government Hill, St. larger and pec dier than the Clo: t Consulate le aaeaen lies SES
Britain which faces the worst British Foreign Secretary An-}Reports of the British Caribbean all-out Vietminh assau t. at Michael until January 22 Flying Enterprise. It is being re REMAN Jan, 16, laabane We uropean —
post-war financial crisis. But he}thony Eden said Tuesday at Idle-|Standing Closer Association Com- ¢ onogrd, Ng ee i ipo nee er Reatee * ne TURAGG by the “oe Pry AG The British Ambassador, Si] whose curre neles are hard oT
said that through work and toil| wild airport he was “very en-;mittee and of the Commission on|@°"era! Dwight Eisenhower bin charger by he. Rolice has beon operating it for the U.S | a. cis Shepherd, scheduled antexpansion of industry 1 ;
he is confident the West would|couraged ” by the results of top|fhe Unification of the Public }2®™e Was formally entered Tues cnie wn M ee idience with the Shah on. Tues possible over a large part of 't
win the battle against Communist] level British American talks in| Services in the British Caribbean day in the New Hamp tne ven or Lee was dis- Television Interview iy to protest against the, Iranian] pw, ; ineluidis ‘ rg
ene U.P Washington last veer Coecrne Area. ee ee. ae ope » For charged from the Wer neral In a televisian interview here mand that Britain shut dowN J istands if capital we \
ae Tn as “wide ranging an Comprising the Committee ahr tae Binittee rah : Hospital yesterday morning : t night Carlsen told again hey nine Consulates here On the subject
siopeeet ti hth ./are Hon’ble H. A. Cuke, Hon. Dr e any ck per as ty and was taken from there to 1¢ ordered his ten passengers an \cting on British Embassy or-|,. yments in particular, M
78 He left aboard BOAC plane for H. G. Massiah, Hon. GD. L. mously recommended on Tuesd the District “A” Police Sta- 40 crewmen to abandon ship D Consulates began burning : a ae
W ireless Tongon oe Say ae with General Pile, Hon. V C. Gale Hon G. B. the confirmation or the appoint- tion. Lashley was admitted ember 29 when e Flying En ely paper which will take Shei a ine 7 e : :
- ~ Sir Gerald Templer, new British vinina’’ , a ment of Raymond Spruance to b« to the Hospital on the night terprise began lieth i \i ral day : Tia
High Commissioner for Malaya. Evelyn and Hon. Dr. A. S. Cato.|, ctu trie he Philippines ee P ut pl » the Consulates}the value of sterlin
my j His Excellency in his Message |“™bassador to the Philippines of January 11 after he had | jlantic storn Orders to close the Consulates}, ;
i ele hone For ee id ] ' oo Bee oa as ae Seattie:— Two capsized lifeboa drunk a portion of atla He said he never had inten-| followed the tangled series of|!owered the purchasin gs
Aw / said he would be grateful te learn] a aide a4 oe ‘ 7 | ’ ; ont he Britain} C-D, and W. fund i of
were sighted on Tuesda 125 Lashley walked into the tion of leavin the t ker ote rejections by both jritain
‘ne at as early a date as possi’sle the |: ink) ihiles golthenst taser ashley hoe cette i th { c Ot itch, The key communica-|raised In London ‘The U
Sh | t d T views of the Hon’ble Council on|@Utica “ 1 u oe of w cour vi erday fankine in. | freighter ‘ the rejection of Iranian] Kinrtdom is not. givir
= \ » freighter syivania is be- two e g 4 ’ i dea’. Aiki poids on y ants \
ips es e House Vote $630 for the recommendations of the two ovate Nt aie vif aoe in ee, t policemen fla £ _ At a Coast G 1 hearir ir iarges that Britain is interfering, needed goods and servi
. | Committees. ‘ple ras pert: 0 cacchie tee New York yesterday, one of Carl-} i," iran's internal affairs —U.F sirs,—U.P. @ On On Page 8
Preliminary tests are being Bawk Mésse er stormy North Pacific a week ago, sen’s crew questioned Carlsen’
carried out with Wireless-tele- z ng : — oast guard reported. i & T . : l t judgment in waiting 28% hours
phone sets on the Government There were no signs of survi- ‘ torm ears Into | ift { cra 1 bef



ry ‘ Aanset i Se
Experimental Fishing Boat "In- The House of Assembly passed} Fog Envelopes N.Y. City vors

fter the essel cracker

oe a resolution yesterday authorising! a ae 7 ‘ial ae , 1ee . N aes I Jrending a distr ignal »
vestigator’” with a view to mak-|j.. Savings” Be - > » "ORK 1: , | Paris:— Radical Socialist part) Jahiibornia, evade | witn nen Hall also test
ing reports to Government as to the Sayings Bank to pay Mr. | NEW YORK, Jan, 19, é ‘ r Faure emerged on

os i ir onger “avy fog close , my j leader Edgar ified that the Flying Enterpris
which sets will be most suitable| James Lewis, a retired messenger| Heavy fog closed down on New |muosday night from a half-hour SAN -FRANGINCO, Jan. 16°51 Oo eek Beet pein,
; ; sant? of the Bank, a gratuity of $630.00.| york City slowing. rail, harbour } ‘ , ee : itinu f |
for ship-to-shore communication Dr, Cummins (L) said that the! and air traffic and hiding the tops talk with President Vincent Aurio The worst storm in 50 years on after the hull cracked
purposes. : : : Savings Bank was run by a board of skyscrapers, Trains agi ferries and said he would tell the Chief] tore into California and Nevada, it 300 mil éisyn ahore om in y sam
Mr. Dudley Wiles, Fisheries| and so they had to seek legisla-| were delayed. All incoming and |of the State on Wednesday whether [turning the Sierra Mountains in= "ire said he believed it shoul
Officer, told the Advocate yester-| ‘tive authority to pay the gratuity.’ departing flights were cancelled|he will try to get National Assem-| to a “white hill” with thousands © put about toward land wher
inane 4 ‘ne Spek The resolution was passed with-' at La Guardia field shortly after}bly backing for Government with eed ioe ae was crack occurred,—U.P PANMUNJOM, Korea, Jan. 15.
1 wiiqae ' self ¢ > he 1g aay Fg . oer gpg tes SR A RE ‘ Tape ‘ apne ; ,
Electrical Engineer’s Department. ous debate. i as the fog settled at 4 am—UP. oe " if at the head. mounting with each new blast. | “ees COMMUNISTS: CHARGED that an Allied plané



After installation of the set on
the Investigator, a run will be

Donner Summit, a niche in the



Vi _ A { iy | bombed a Communist prison camp in North Korea last
ice- ( mira night killing at least ten United Nations prisoners and

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je and tests rill be carried . e e backbone of the towering Sierra | ;
ae aay: dias i hie r j A rr was the scene of futile struggle > » > 6 wounding more than 60 others.
During the day, Mr. Goddard e e O “ve a nce l 9 hetween man-made machines and) | raises | olice The Fifth Airforce promptly denied that any Allied

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lane made the alleged attack on Camp Number Fight
Engineer's Office was at work e A streamliney train. the “City ® ke : : ae ne 8 held ay a imp N oe 1 1
erecting the necessary equipment . A * wk rr é + held. {i | t drill dis I sp BY. +a, aong whieh Olds oF American ar 1,591
on the Investigator. During the avd U or . imese of San rangige wee a 0 - Korean prisoners ;
trial run, contacts will be made 4 snow bound grip on th ; Se ae : ‘ North Korean Majo
between the vessel and the shore. ide of the Summit, ope yrs ice-Admiral Sir Wi itl an ie Sang Cho told
Mr, Wiles said that a wireless- nee up x a4 oe 1en ity) drewes, K.B.E 3 B., D " )." a POCKET CARTOON Jatior ruc {
telephone set was very necessary ‘tw ‘ as reat and light fated, jcompanied Lair eres ae , Prisoner Sub-Comm
on board the vessel, because there . |U.K. Commtissioner |... 226 persons aboard tne|%.N, of ihe HM .S. | Shem by OSBERT LANCASTER | Perce bombs hit the camp hi
have been instances when the ship ac hn O-C ind | train huddled in’ blankets’ a ee it 9 pu
found it necessary to communi- 1 or Malaya Namie { | re cue-tean nd three Arn 4 t1 { #.S.T.)
cate with the shore, but could not doze Tibi a eects tee ne BTIVOG: Bb tt ae He promised
do so because.there was no such (By EDWARD M. KORRY) - LONDON, Jan A Nee aes : us plie SOE the . ME, OF ter. Hi , ;
set PARIS, Jan. 15. | The Colonial Secretary, Olive o ( round. Polic te of the
THE UNITED STATES has promised France air and Lyttelton, announced the appoint Dos led Kt een me Band quarte where the Polic¢ comment
> . naval support, if the Chinese Communists intervene in the | ment of Gene ere Gerald Tem=| snow ne “ battled an tou: N Headquarter 1 after is vi General Ridgway, Supreme 1
: ; ’ > ssion=|} side » Sic 1 Nevada Moun ‘ aot tae ‘ ; . , ormed i
I reparing For Indo-Chinese war, and an immediate increase in the |? r ioe t fh awdeplee pow-Baing on Tuesday to,try to rescue Wed St. Cecilia B ks, I mmander, nforn
k =e : 4 amount of arms and shipments to that South-East Asian Jers to intensify the fight against}226 persons trapped without heat Band elie + Cecilia Bat et: onde ai an immediate i
t DeepTest For Oil theatre, according to authoritative French sources \Communist guerillas there or light in_ that snowbound ; ne ; to D tigation
f The conference in Washington --— | Templer will connect military|streamliner “City of San Fran Station \a he Police Trait “No Progress”
The first shipments of pipe held last week, among- U‘S., and civil affairs through Deputies} cisco.” nu School where the _ recruit . arm
and casing are arriving in British ami French military ex- 2 Stabbe d Last Night on both sides, His command will] The Sixth Army rushed rescug ing. Schoo! | wher dees, Libby aid: “At olutel H
Barbados preparatory to the perts resulted in the plan of i include all anti-Communist forces|crews equipped with six weasels Sir William spoke highly of the ress” was mM ide. iar page os
drilling of the Barbados Gulf \action to be taken when and if Gioria Brathwaite of Flint Hall, military police and civilian!by truck to Cologox where tw« and drill diaciay | ohn aria Sub-Committec tc id thi
Oil Company’s first deep test, the Chinese Communists send St. Michael, was taken to the|yojiunteer corps. He succeeds Sir|high patrol cars were to be loaded’ "4 the tidy app nie at: tia only development was to co
Dr. W. F. Auer, Manager of troops into Indo-Ch General Hospital at about seven |}Henry Gurney, the former Brit-|on flat cars, Food was reported - 4 /, na Hesrach that the deadlock centre
the company told the Advo- Det ill he eg o'clock last night suffering from | igh High Commissioner killed by}running ghort abroad the snow-,° rhe ‘party was afterwards en ssues—the United Nat I
cate yesterday. , oid. of the plan are being]a stab wound. She was picked up| guerillas in Malaya last July bound train. tertained at the residence of the osal for voluntary rey
He said that the work of withheld, but it was learned that] by the Police Van at Flint Hail U.P. U.P. \commissioner of Police prisoners and the United Nat
the seismic party who are the French Government three | corner last night and taken to a insistence that South Korear
searching for a suitable loca- weeks ago prepared a top secret; the Hospital. tives forced into the Red Army
' tion for the above deep test is, document which General Al- Ronald Wilson, of Whitenall, St. » vy ¥ tC e ° a Z reclassified prisor
| unfortunately going very phonse Juin, héad of the Frénch| Michael, an Acting Assistant N -} 19 Kill / LD IN COAL Five Hospitalized ‘i A U.N.’ Comn
slowly due to the heavy seas ||Mission took with him to the] ter at Combermere School, 4 - 4 se ‘ . a suppose if Ud told you said the mecting was “‘
which are being encountered Washington Conference. stabbed in his back by an un- ; + From I lane Crash | it was by Sartre you'd have and orderly’ mpat
off the east coast. known man at the back of the MINE bk \ PI OSION ae | thought it wonderful!” Monday e ‘ en ( .
| A satisfactory location for a The Report Drill Hall between nine and ten t , EW YORK Ps Lenssen ists accustd the Allied ¢
deep test in Barbados is en- Th ud o'clock last night A: Five ergo remainee of lying, and Libby threat
tirely dependent upon the fav- : wan ie made “ye oe: He was taken to the General NOVA SCOTIA, Jan. 15. italized, as the afte | walk out in protest
ot ceraita * — and | ‘ fe Loy voll sad ealte Hospital in a critical condition and ESCUE WORKERS, wearing gas masks, came out of (198) landing of ; | eee The Truce Super
other geophysical s 8. tas ’ a > . . ne i 5 a ‘or ee ikewi
Drilling on a random loca- the enormous amount of|@¢t#ined. se McGregor Coal Mine with the burned bedy of the 19th erd Ne critical] ARKANSAS, Jar ' nat the , 1 . ogre
tion or on a location that is men, arms and money being : | and final victim of the violent underground explosion here. eo»0\/ Phirty-one others were} ‘ tatthee toys eerie ,
not fully confirmed by thor- spent there. Communist forc- STERLING AREA’S The General Manager of the Dominion Coal and Steel ease ‘ letdachorn inthe tinvad roon
i ough geophysical surveys, | es control the entire country, > Aware , . ; . . ‘ Mee t for mir I far | aa
| would increase immeasurably and the French can only PAYMENTS BALANCE Company, which owns the MeGregor Mine, said that only or me of a fai ly | “rf US SENATE APPROV
j the chances of a dry or non- maintain a “bridgehead” of EXAMINED three of the 22 miners working in the pit yesterday sur- ,Ree ee edad CG REECE, TURKEY
' productive hole. } some 40 miles radius around LONDON, Jan. 15 vived the blast a ele ”
It is most important from || Steno. hs. shinai "eeaae’ tatating OF) ; Leave Of A hsence | ; ~ FOR N. in + 0
the standpoint of the future || 9 Rebel equipment is improv-|payments position regarded by; He stayed below with the crew until the last body) 4¢ : tan ; a Agetrn ‘s
oil potential of the island, that || ing, and recently two French|oificials as the worst of the thre:} was recover¢d. Then the mine was closed for at least one’ at yesterda necting th Ho County The Senate ‘ e
the first deep test be produc- ; Se a an i Ie + t th ae le 1 wes b “4 +4 . ‘ ne - ¥ 2 \ ; me-| Committé Tucsd vot
tive or at least, that it gives || planes were shot down by| postwar crise was examined eek to permit the accumu ated cases to be sorted out Hi ‘ emt \ PF. LH I ere placed on iia ly Dien wad
good evidence of possible pro- || re. from radar controlled] the commony Fin ee Two of the three men who crawled to safety from the; 7s ie ink er th | the
: , gu believed to be Soviet i Confere I ‘ 1 arrive wrappe I slank
dwetion in the vicinity. } guns, 4eved to be sovi 400 foot level wk bl: : w } At ’ >
| manufactured. The Ministry here Monda + foot level where the blast occurred, were hospitalized Mapp, three we M- She ar of George Ponder the



a @ On page 5. —U.? t New Glasgow. The third was unhurt en father.—U.P.



















































































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4 a e four years to get the men t r Sir Laurence Olivier has lace
. Ltd’s., Sales Department (Local of which have already gone) g o wea r S|
ae Pan ys eg Airways) .=-s7 - aoe a ; learning English. She is the something new. evening shirts and several fancy
flew to Trinidad on Monday eve- Holidaying With Daughter Second Day 8 Play daughter of Mr. and Mrs, Grs- “We have to win the women waistcoats,

W.LA. H as accom: R. AND MRS. L. A. CHAS# oi ton Vivies of Guadeloupe. over first. But we think we’ve John Gielgud wears a plum-)
ning by

—s fbn ARCA, Latin Fists cis amnckitt the passengers as 1.30 there were over a _Farewell Party 2 ant even are more pocem4 Terry-Thomas has many fancy &

a. sales a - St. Lucia yesterdav by d-zen golf fans already at the RS. LIONEL KING, whose ready. azers are now ta ing waistcoats.

American Division, held a sales deaving for St. Lucia | i, FP oekley Golf and Country Club to she ror’ y . the place of sports jackets. Tails ? elcome the change.

t “th hout their area B.W,LA. to spend a holiday witn) F -¢kley Golf and C y husband works with the ‘ me Me? I wele the g 4 ;
et aan mn WI. fr . the their da’ hter and son-in-law’ in Witch the second day of the four- Alcoa Steamship Company at %7e coming back.’ HOW ROMANTIC to be escortec Vil SHES
which includes the te ina a 1 of ' jon Sere : : day tournament between Trinidad Port-of-Spain, Trinidad, has been LACE SHIRTS. to a dance by a man in a red lined
beginning of October to the ra { * 1 rN ct t “urn on Jan- and a team from the Rockley Golf spending the Christmas holidays A MAN who makes fancy waist- cloak, instead of a black cloth
November last year. The Trinidac rey expect to return d Club. in Barbados with her family and coats, Mr. Allan Gilbert, sa everitas. AT RADIANT LOOK
Office of this airline won the lege aaa 29th, children. Her children go to »-“Sales of silk fancy waistcoats HOW ELEGANT for men te GIVE YOU TH
petition by selling the greates Back From U.S. More people came on as the school here. are more than 60 per cent. up in wear straight narrow trousers ip- '
number of tickets. RS. LUCY O’DOWD, widow afternoon got older and later in She is due to returfi to Trini- 12 months. stead of creased, shapeless flan- | Refresh and renew your charm in an hour's

Last Hight in Port-of-Spain the of Mr. A. C. O’Dowd, former the evening the teams were enter- dad on Friday and was last here “Lace shirts for evening wear nels. es bales ie kell cial a
Trinidad Office held a party in Managing Director of Messrs. Wil- tained to Cocktails at the home - nA were Se Sg ae ey will also be a 1952 fashion. HOW REFRESHING to be sur- | wonderful treatment. Sook your appointment now
honour of their victory, to which liam Fogarty Ltd., returned from Mr, and Mrs. Frank Morgan, Club Tae. nenkn ott at the fe “I believe this year, we will get rounded in the office by men in| with Miss Arden’s representative who will be here
Mr. and Mrs. Knight were among the U.S, on Monday afternoon via Morgan Road a 4 A aed atatenstri lati: Mire.<. Gate back the fashion lead for the best- brighter colours instead of the liss s rep enta
the guests invited. Puerto Rico by B.W.LA. To-day there will be a luncheon eron Edwards at King Street. ;4tessed men which we held until same old off-blacks.

“Mr. and Mrs. Knight are ex- She had been spending a short party for the Trinidad men’s team )7 1. (of her Barbadian friends | « from January 2Ist at our New Treatment Salon
pected to return to Barbados in a holiday with her daughter Shea- at oe ae" Club begin- tended. ry Tat? Shows TODAY 1 17 @ 8 30 pm oe
day or two, lagh in Long Island. ibid a 30. Warner's ne Packed ee The ENFORCER” P at No. 33 BROAD STREET
een . Humphrey BOGART as
Zero MOSTEL-—Ted de CORSIA—Roy ROBERTS ;
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B HE AY eeeee By chco THURS. (only) 4.45 & 8.30 P.M q KNIGHTS LTD.



ee ree
. v rt veighbour, is slightly higher, On¢ Errol FLYNN in SEA MA wk
HE year opens badly for ani- finding time heavy on my ands, heignb wr : Bh s iy a ee wi . wr ae
mals. In Tanganyika lions I went up country to Kondoa cf the finest walks I ever had was a é ' Panis Mesal. 68 pam Sat Spell ae we pend Z
have been Officially classed gs lrangi, and camped by the Bubu from Eidsbugaren gk 9 old WEeNSDAY, JANUARY 16 Jamie Wits womay' “SWING the WESTERN WAY"
ae leon a ¥ = , -trader | the aldresfly to 5 a.m, Listener's Choice, 11.45 a.m. ; 7 oak ae AND
vermin, and now anybody can liver with - Ri ae ia Sr rtertveln, in a thunderstorm, Cockney Cabaret, 12 noon The News, Pate eee ec “PRAIRIE ROUND-UP”
swat them without a licence, or down country. The trader set his G) ; ad the 1,10 p.m. News Analysis. “SONG of NEVADA” Charles STARRETT, Sasi
catch them on enormous sheets traps one night, and we waited. Above the _— of wae le .— 100—7 15 132M 484s MM. Roy ROGERS Smiley BURNETTE rod
3 . twee *esently there was a crackling narrow mountain ridge a g enema —— ss an om
of glueti paper hung between P.esen wn Pp a aaeh a is rein- 4 00 p.m. The News, 4. 10 The Daily OISTIN |
trees. n the undergrowth, and there, which Peer Gynt nog Kis vel Gicpied 4 18 See een Pia PL ATA ft. : sake GAIETYâ„¢ Garden
i rs will bably not five feet away, were four full- deer, and I had my first sight of \igiana Counties V The South Africans. a ST. JAMES
nen hy og a oS ation. but grown lions glaring at us, We that entrancing animal from the 5 05 Interlude, 5.15 Sendy MacPher-|}{2** tents SURAT +6 & 0:20 » te TODAY & TOMORROW 8.30 P.M
resen Is new Classic ’ Pe , ‘ a ki bove Tyin- son, 5. 30 Books to Read, 5.45 Theatre NG § EDG f DOOM”
i . - both fired our rifles together, giv- top of the Skinegg, above Ty: : a as Jane WYATT & |. Fatle Gr
small-game hunters will be en ng » beas wo b ls. as the holm. This was the territory of Talk, 6. 00 Souvenirs of M . 6. 46 whawene waihueat iesines | ey RANG &
couraged to present to their clubs !ng the beasts tw arrels, z n Sports Round-Up, 7. 00 The 1 Ae Muck ‘RUTH ABOLT MURDER”
Hand 1 nted beetles’ innkeeper said at the cricket the famous Slingsby of Swaledale, News Analysis, 7. 15 Calling the West}{] Sudie Murphy Brian DONLEVY Frederick LAWSON
andsomely mou a cl We missed. The lions ran Who wrote “Norway, the Northern indies Thurs. only) F & Sa rT. Only) ere
heads or rats’ tails unch, e missed, 1e lions rar ad = © aaa oe m1? M. 48.43 145 & 8.90 pm. | 4.465 & 8.20 | Midnite Sat
che b _ way, and we fell into the traps, Playground”; and he was the first 7.—'" ~s . "EID tre vee pom 8.30 p.m. | TRE
Many. years ago Mr, Leslie Hen- &Way, ¢ : sHitite th lifficuit —- - ) from “AME AND | KID From | GGER
son, when his offer of marriage The lions came back and ate us to clim’> some of the most difficul 45 p.m. Over to You, 6. 15 Radio News KANSAS THE ARROW” KANSAS \ TRAIL”
: na in Act Il of a musie later on mountains of the Horunger group. reel, ‘6. 30 Statement of Account, 6. 45] |] Dick FORAN & Color) Dick Foran | 0d Cameron &
Was refused in Act II of a musi- ‘ : Composer of the Week, 9. 00 My SIx||] “The MASKED | Burt Lancaster “MASKED | “FRONTIER
cal comedy, used to mutter: “He Prodnose:' Well, of all the ——! Convicts, 10. 00 The News, 10. 10 From RIDER “YOUNGER RIDER” LAW
reddened, and went to Africa.” In May 1 ae sa 1 Ae ee ae ee SMASH the tal rials,, 10. 15 Mid Week Talk Johnny Mack |e BROTHERS” } Johnny MACK ats acee
i g 5 ir i Wha) oF vd si . - 10. 30 Marching and Waltzing. ? ayne RRIS BROWN” ,
refusing a man, a girl will now alive still? VANDALISM by wild teen-age * ex 1 MRR a . | Fussy Knight
say, with a sneer, “Why not go Myself: That is: what I bave children in New York has reached

EMPIRE



; , ; Twenty Years of Uproar ing broken windows, fences, tiles, | |
ONCE did a bit of lion-potting HE accidental lowering of the equipment, and works of art. | TO-DAY & TO- MORROW, 4.30 & 8.30 P,
in Tanganyika. I was out ;
there to cover the ‘elections for curtain in the middle of a BILL | Republic Double :
see London play a few days ago made ADELE MARA aes » t b th
the old Rochdale Observer, and, e hPa ‘pia h, They thought MERRY-MAKING Americans WARREN DOUGLAS oO aT e
the a g y ‘ . — IN —
CROSSWORD }it was part of the fun. A similar ithe Satie ae Eve “yi aoe i | t
|incident occurred at Covent Gar- pretty stiff prices. One hotel at ee 2 | B
den some years ago when Rusti- Miami Beach | is charging a flat THE INNER CIRCLE | DBEse_
guzzi was singing Mimi, The 100 dollars (£35) for two people. |
audience thought it was a bohe-);That does not include the drinks. AND
mian prank, especially when che | | HERE are the best of reasons why
curtain rose again, and there wus ee YOKEL BOY o | y ‘Ovaltine’ should be your family bev-
Rustiguzzi hanging on to it and] | 1 w| erage. It has outstanding advantages for help-
kicking out like an_ infuriated) i ¢ with | ' | ing to ensure fitness and energy all day, and
mare. They had to get her down} 4 White Pink ALBERT DEKKER JOAN DAVIS ' natural, restorative sleep all night.
by ider, ite, o
"Meee! it a Rheumatic | Sees: Delis sites
f : Wrong foods and drink ‘ Opening Friday, 18th at 2.30 & 8.30 possible quality at the lowest possible
NE of the Ministries, lashed overwork dah feanuent cules alien rat | $1 54 each pening y R Oo Y A L price. Compbaratiedy, Hi costs so litle
by the whip of public opin- SSP at on Dee sronere ane Zsianes ! - 5 5 } and gives so much.
ion has stated that the duty of its; cause of Excess Acidity. Getting Up : Scientifically 4 ° ; ji
spies and informers (they are, of | decbnte ourning Pessages, Lag Paine KILLING A MAN To-day & To-morrow, 5 & 8.15) ecient ically prepared foam Neture's finest
course, called “enforcement offi-] — kies, Rheumatism, Puffy Eyelids, and . Per ating Sent oe eunenEe
fti- | | | including vitamins, of the greates: nutrilive
Across }cers”) is to prevent offences being; {eeling old before your time Help yeur Ud 1S ONE THING... | ition se nr hon Hh aha i dy _
i Kepeat for a puncture. (y) itted rather than to obtain| Kidneys purify your blood with Cys Paramount Presents : | value. The famous ‘Ovaltine’ Farms were
Â¥ Any-char may make it. (7) ommitted rather than to ODtain{ tex. The very first dose starts helping LOVING HIS WIFE | specially established co set the highest stan-
10 Followed oy foliowers, (5) prosecutions. Let us all remem-; your kidneys clean out excess acids Lace Trimmed awl dards for the malt, milk and e seed,
1 Phig and, © messenger 1 | ber this next time an “enforte-| f04'Under tence ch iamtte | IS ANOTHER J FONTAINE ; : Senge ae
needea 13) next ew. Under the money-back guarantee " eee Joan |
tz Create a card game. (6) ment officer traps some old Cystex must satisfy completely or cost ° ° i |
ub vee depending upon a god woman. into selling him a boot} DONS art Searex frere,vour chem White, Pink, Blue SR |
iba bhis is. Beubwed. th) }lace without a licence. \ ystex | The Guar Joseph COTTEN | Drink delicious e OVALTINE
Ye Ar he sures Cad : antee pre
1s Lost oykroe tn Pieeadily? i>) | Dopp i iding-t f _Ferkinee Reumaton wade fy 1 2 each BISCUITS
ie Winnie nati’ based meee fi) | Port in a riding-boot .
20 Angel upset by a lost letter. (4 | In Delany aod cenienentily crisp,
81 He is indeed encouraged. (4) STORY is tola of a mervy | for ull occasions. ‘They are
23 Shortest route. (6) old dog who tried to revive og € AMERICAN | made froma the finest ingre-
ic = Teor a j du 8, ine a ope oN -
Aiieats this custom a year or two ago, “SFP TEMBER | of delicious ‘Ovaltine’, and
1 Waten pork as the seamstress The girl he was with seemed very | are highly nourishing and
Gigs. (Wl saute j reluctant to hand out her slipper Healed in 3 Da $l BRASSTERES —and note oe itp aod eas
sere BS arrying our nev age. iv: and finally she had to explain that ‘ cae ene
$ Seidum in their are 4) 7 7 : ' ee Ovaltine’ remember to in-
4 Cracked «) event 1) it was a scandal. And in Melton ao badly: Lng dal ASA FEAR a el 1 AFFAIR | tH, Ditte / clude # packet of “Qualtine:
d nose in agreement say it. [ rbrayv py . . . ; | iscuits as well, ou WE
i Rose time tanag.) iB) ; Mowbray they tell of a member ; 0 | White, Pink } erence, enjoy their delicate and dis-
A cou boy Nas « message (6) 7 Lf Quron who, at a meet 4 : | | tinguished flavour,
4 4inter swallowed oy the tide ran yort from a lady’s ridi y he te « Setar R Teel : ft ‘ , i
(6)..15 A cut vou may get. (9) Boat: oie ieeusk eed Oak pn Sie aaa i | $1 50 per pr. | Sold in airtight tins Ir pen ola
este $ vuZzie —Across y P wore Tteh, Dhoby Ite fo } q ) She: yi
1 arrinen” : “Neutral ite events t gollantry, ‘ ay thy Pout inti y ’ ’ 1} Friday Only, 5.00 & 8.15 p.m. | i by all Chemists and Stores.
Lab Pert te In the Jotunheim ares the cee tae gs, S| | Saas loot
ore. 23° Suine 2 dast SEE < ference to Norway's ttehing ino? ounute Kitts the gern ae
mAstean ca Reaume oR wu ] 38% _« reference to Norway's ¥ SILK ; William EYTNE
Ne 5 Nt : : "7 24 hou id starts healing the illiam
ea” ahaa. nomen 14 an highest mountain, the Gald- altin soft oH and lear in 3 daye, i | “Ou, ¢
Anoe Ri set 1} pig. But the Glittertind, _ its Nixoderm is so stiveossful it is quar
tite end the teh ‘ y | | nla
se Sm a8 STOCKING a In B as
Most stubborn cases of
Rupert and the Pine Ogre—I1 Foca erm certs | sirens GL ™
rf vartul k your hetiat te ee
: Nias 1.00 PECE
oe se 2 prs $ . FOR THE BEST IN MOVIES



OLYMPIC

“BAM! Bam: Bam: M\\i} 3 prs.
wm OPM Is Nor Bum” KF reat
‘ %
(Nobody) CHILDREN \ JACQUELINE WHITE asd iotcoducing EOWIA RAND
Written & Produced by RIYEN BUSH

i B I M B a Ditacted by JOHN STURGES
OU fay porn aen toes PLASTIC BELTS 3 | ctSetrstsecicetes.
fiercely. ** We've watched you long - Vol. 4 No, 15
enough,"’ says one ot then f
sea eOGs teense here 2 W ON SALE i} each ()
you to. ” on us? n ° a EVERYWHERE Ri {

tes Rupert. "I'm Last 2 Shows To-day, 4.30 & 8.15
se ine twigs rd fir co Bw E a | a z

TIM HOLT in
“INDIAN AGENT”

Starring
Douglas FAIRBANKS Jr.
Maureen O’HARA



To-day and Tomorrow, 4.30 & 8.15

“VALIANT HOMBRE”
AND GET ME”

Starring

Kathleen RYAN





WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 16, 1952







TS Excellency the Gov W al , :
iui Shite Rikensn sien 6 . Me wo To-day SUSAN DEACON TODAY: POST OFFICE NOTICE
Dinner |Party at Government R. AND: mS. Kobin Austin Changes in Air Mail Schedule
House last night in honour of pes M*c te Reesoul — 4 a The new BRI HTER look | Effective 17th January, 1952, Air Mails will be closed at the
“sa ten) Sir in ir i ince d-December are due G . y f erm 3
Getivah, ileoneatercteChiet et to leave to-day for Trinidad by ss Yeas Tr Time Day
the America” West Indice Statior B.W.LA, -They will then visit Sree
Siete a ee everal of the W.I, islands inelud- or t e Bermuda 2.30 p.m Tuesday
who is at present visiting Barbados ° includ *
on his Flag ship HMS Sheffield, ing Grenada, St. Lucia, Antigua 2.30 p.m. Thursday
At 12.30 p m yesterd Sir and Fem ny ig 2 Se ee to I FIND IT HARD to believe, but I suppose the London Canada (Direct) 2.30 p.m. Twister
Villiz ave 4 cheon party on De eS ee slic ' wits y 2.30 p.m nursday
ard Ms. anetheha ni.on o Canada towards the end of the tailors should know ! They say that 1952 will see the end Canada (via Trinidad) 11.45 coe Friday
Monday evening he entertained ee er a an eb tea of the drab garb that men wear—and that, in the New Schedules should be amended where necessary.
A na 4 s 2s D . @ . ‘ ‘
His SapeenCy Ue Governay _ Mite: Meertvain Aristin hve thin OW Year, the Edwardian look will be here again. General Post Office,
oy ae - Spner Ont" Doar: buciness in Montreal. He is an From the present black and a few years ago.” 15th "anuary, 1952. R. A. CLARKE,
yt “ia importer, exporter and broker dark.grey uniform the Man-in- Does Mr. Gilbert wear any of| 16.1.52.2n. Colonial Postmaster.
™ the-Fashion will change to “plum- these new fashions?
Vv : “ - » ¢ 1
Tia Saat Winter rpe Over The Week-cnd coloured velvet smoking jackets, +e. ves, | have six fancy
: ee ae ‘i N ey reer s,s ~6brocade dinner jackets, ang fancy waistcoats and some lace shirts.
who spent last winter in the omens of Dr H. re wiistcoats,” Drainpipe trousers? Good
West Indies and most of it in Bur- Cummins, M.C.P., and Mrs Erte ce ; ; , * -
bados ane back again for approxi- Cummins. of “Gothmark”, Bank + And even to evening cloaks gracioys, no. That's going too
mately three months. They flew in Hall, and an Assistant Teacher at 7) ore ein red silk—if they can i Charles Creed, elegant
Cc a last wee y f yt ’s College, returned ? . s % gé t}
yap gate, spor one SL "Z a a es Se ee ree COLOURS will be brighter, wearer of the Edwardian look, has |
eae od ge at hp. estado’ ter spending three weeks there ™ terials lighter, and the narrow a wardrobe of 12 waistcoats, @|
a a keene is Beds with Mr. and Mrs. Yawching of ‘Tousers, cuffed sleeves, velvet ccl- dinner jacket faced with biac
In Canad 4 Mr =f ke Pp es c n Trinidad. lays, and longer jackets of 50 years velvet, and his suits have the new
‘Seen Aeon. Attended Brother’s ago will return to fashion. narrow trousers.
of ee eet : J : THE MOST COLOURFUL sgoer-
This Company has brenches in Wedding WON OVER ; OP a eer ate CNR «a te
Regina, “Calgary and Edrsonton. ISS SIMONE VIV1ES “of chaiman of the” ben) pene, blue velvet smoking jacket face
; . % ri s > . - & che en’ as s g et fa:
oe eine oy pean = xuadeloupe who left Bar- Council, that they have been eee with red.
island i auce Barbados is s¢ ~ = . jock 3 ’ -
different, and he and his wife like GOLF PANS watch the start of the Singles match between Barbados Wedutees Oyer tend ner, broth. iS! us more elegant and colour- RED-LINED
t very much. and Trinidad at the Rockley Golf and Country Club yesterday. Gp. wedding was the only pas- ee maaet's clothes for three years : SS ene thes¢
* Standing at the doorway is Mr. R. J. Pearson, Secretary of the club, senger to arrive from that col- Bat . ew Sige x
Victory Party Ted Wright in beret leans forward to get a better look; on his left is ony by B.W.1LA. on Monday, ee aa a ugh it oer only ‘nad’ "aeeaee eoeak Nani are
R. VERNON KNIGHT, Man- | Wakelam, the club's Winter Professional. On the extreme Miss Vivies is in Barbados on |” s anes, & OW .

it takes up to also be ordered lined with white). |













































AGENT”

With

To-day, 5.00 & 8.30 p.m. and Tomorrow Only
Louis CALHERN Ann HARDING

sain EES aie

THE MAGNIFICENT YANKEE”

(This is a brand new Film)

[aoe FRIDAY core * & 8.30 P.M.

steers smeneesaten

George REEVES



Ss

Laura ELLIOTT



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The Story of the most daring |
Train Robbery since Jesse James |



Pee SR

CEREAL RE

WHAT CHANGED His FAITH INTO A GOSPEL OF HATE ?

The screen searches deep into the heart of a
man who turned away from God... and the
> woman whose iove restored his faith!






Tomorrow Only, 4.30 & 8.15 p.m.)
Republic whole Seriai : |
“DICK TRACY RETURNS” |
With |
Ralph BYRD
SAILOR”
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Opening Friday 18th at 445
end 8.15 p.m.

“WARPATH”







ROXY

Opening Friday 18th at 4.45

DO and 8.15 p.m.

Paramount Presents :

STERLING HAYDEN
VIVECA LINDFORS
THOMAS MITCHELL

Directed by STUART HEISLER + Produced by
Co-produced by Anson Bond + Original Sc:
Screenplay by Stephanie No
A Bernhard Produc

“HIGH VENTURE”






PH BERNHARO

Starring ty by Anson Bong

EJOY



{John PAYNE Dennis O’KEEFE

Bs



WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 16, 1952







BARBADOS ADVOCATE



Amended Report To Governor Adopted

Leg. Co. Thank H.LE. IN THE LEGISLATURE YESTERDAY . Youth Mawtaeak

For Inspiring Address

The Legislative Council met at 2. 00




Y
Resolution to’ place the sum of $10,000 Gets Lecture
COUNCIL at the disposal of the Governor-ir

Executive Committee to Supplement the On Monday evening last Mr. J
Estimates 1951—52, Part I1—Capial, os Cameron Tudor, M.A gave an

, ania , + = showr he S ementa . ate .

THE LEGISLATIVE COUNCIL yesterday adopted Pm, Sterday, “The cles otered ex- leet sa." No an which form tse 1spiting Tecture to members of
; s >the 7 7 “se ef : sm oe Sener ae wen Chal- Schedule to the Resolution the arbados Youth Movement
with amendments the Report of the Select Committee r, Hon, J. A. Mahon and Hon. K. & Resolution to place the sum of $500 at the Youths Centre, Tudor

appointed to prepare a draft reply to the Address delivered “y*°
i

Hon'ble the Covonial Secretary

with

Legislative Session, and later passed an Address embodying “increased contribution to the

at the disposal of the Governor-in-E Bridge.
— ic Kw . . : e . n Som: » to Supplem e
by His Excellency the Governor at the opening of the !#id the following messages dealing Fatimates 1961-83, Part teCurrent, as There

hown in Supplementary Estimates 1951

was quite a large num-
ber of parents, guardians, and

; aed : * imperial —52. No. 38, which f he Sched
the Committee’s Report for transmission to His Excellency. Cvit#e of Tropical Agriculture te hee ee Bee: sends present to: listen. to what
. % ve . ‘oneurrence ir © extension to Bar- ‘ t BC + :
The Amended Report reads :— bados of the provisions of the new notes the lecturer had to say.
: exchanged between the United King- HOUSE The coe ia eee ak
The Legislative Council have ditions in the Port.*As the Chair- °O™ and the United States of America Building of et ee oe
the honour to thank Your Excel- man had said, anything that could “Rest pe Te ce eeration When the House of Assembly met ye suilding of Youth had some very

Assent by His Excellency the Gover- terda

lency for the inspiring Address do the slightest good in relieving ov to certain Acts.



Association Committee and of the uni













y Dr. H. G. Cummins laid the teresting and timely warnings

shic , . following :- to parent ibout the responsibil-
which Your Excellency was the tension which exists in the Recommendations of the Reports of Message No. 4/1952 from His Excellpn- f ‘i : ”

pleased to deliver at the Opening Port would be welcomed by the ‘British Caribbean Standing Closer ¢, the Governor to the Honourable the
House of

ity to their children, as well as

Assembly informing the Hon. '2 the teachers, both at Sunday



of > pis re Se o51-5 , le is ,
of oe Le gi 1 tive Session 1951-54, whole island, and he thought that fication ot the Public Services in the ourable House that he has assented to School nd week day chools
and to express their appreciation it would go a long way in helping British Caribbean Area the name and on behalf of His Majesty about the traini of the child,
of the many valuable comments to save the cost of living going Select Committee comprised of Hen, the King to the Acts mentioned therein. 95 jt wa omett , good they
and suggestions contained therein. higher. H. A. Cuke; Hon. Dr. Massiah; Hon, The following notices were given would have done, when the chile
The Legislative: © go tone G. D. L. Pile; Hon. V. C. Gaie; Hon Mr Cox: Resolution to appreve of the " oe Sve deity
Legisla ive ouncil . share Reply Short G. B. Evelyn and Hon. Dr. A. 8S. Cato Book of Reference and Plan of the pro- developed, and had its own re-
Your Excellency’s regret at the The Reply was on the short side, “25, °2#>inted to go into this matter. posed extension of the Water Works is vponsibility to face. And parents
resignation of Sir Dudley Leacock but they had always felt that in The > lowing doc uments were laid 3 the Parish of St , Mlehael must also remember that it was
" Wee -- . . a 7 — ate Stat ut wowing gross Customs and Mr. Cox esolution to approve of the ... ,, 7 ae al . é
from the Exe cutive Council and replying to the Speech of His Ex- Excise Receipts for five months ended Book of Reference and Plans of the pr he kind of life they lived, that
join with Your Excellency in wish- cellency the Governor, it was im- — August, 196! posed extension of the Water Works he child would follow
ing him a very happy and tran- possible to deal with ‘ The Commonwealth Agricultural Bu- in the Parish of St. Michael
£ i é y ar a Ss é vith all the mat- = . . Ss + stints ° antay
quil retirement from his public ters on which a speech of that sort of the meena ean 11080 ee Ra ye c aan tori Ane +3) A —_— aaa i . es
oi . 7 S une) 50-—5 amen 1 ustoms Ta i 92 remark ere made ) other
duties. They welcome the appoint- Would touch, He felt that the most Report of the Labour Department for This was later read a first time ales concerning Mr. Tudor
ment of their President. the Hon- the Council or any legislative bo the year 195 The House passed a resolution for cer- ~PCOXCTs, t ge Mr. Puc
1 1 a gl tive body aad nd the g 1 k being
ourable J. D. Chandler, as a mem- Could do was only reply in general , 7%€ Fensions (Pensionable Offices) tain replacements for the Fisheries Bx- speech, and the good work being
Ser ital . 9 8S & mem an : . ; ply in 8 al (Amendment) Order, 195) verimenta) Boats done by the Youth Movement, a
ber of the Executive Council , erms and say that the legislature The Report of the Select Committee The House also passed a resolution successful meeting was brought to

Your Excellency’s concern at the Would be only teo willing at any appointed to prepare a Draft Reply to suthorising the Governor to enter ar

a close, The chair was taken by

difficulty in securing and retain- time to consider any measure His Excellency the Governor's Address agreement with @ person to serve in the the Rev. L. Bruce-Clarke

ing the services of valuable which came before their Chamber

















delivered at the opening of the Legisia- Labour Department in the post of Fac-



s ture Session 1951—54 was handed in tory Inspector
cfficers in the administrative, sci- Regarding paragraph 5 of the and adopted with amendments, and The House approved an order to change a . 7
rntific and professional branches Select Committee’s Report, Hon. an Address embodying the Amended the titles given to officers of Government 4 6 Books Missing
t ; Servic ¢ r Dr. C. H. St. Jot said there ac Report passed by the Council for Departments “ 4 Oo =
of the Civil Service is also fel . pa cere eee SAO WES 1 to His Excellency Go The House passed a resolution for $63
, th . ‘ shih saa ransmission to His Excellency the Gov e se passed a resolution fe
by the Legislative Council. They 9®¢ point to which he wanted to ernor s a gratuity to Mr. James Lewis, retired Fr ym Bri Co i ‘il
issure Your Excellency that any *efer, and in doing so, under the ~The Council concurred in Savings Bank Messenger on 1. Tounel
reasonable measures which may head of Capital Rehabilitation Re- Resolution to place the sum of $70,000 A Bill to make provision for the pro- a =
- : serve F 1, His Excellency i < t the disposal of the Governor-in- tection of Third Parties against risks There are 76 books missing
reach them th he .. ¢ serve und, His Excellency in hi . 2
“mes em with the. object of — a. i utated haw he kad } Executive Committee to Supplement the arising out of the use of motor vehicles from the British Gouncil Library
solving these difficulties will re- *! ated how he had in mind, getimates 1951-—52, Part I—Current, as and for purposes incidental thereto, was | eee al
ceive their earnest consideration particularly the possibility of pros shown in the Supptementary Estimates sent to a Select Committee and many of these books are i
hy : ‘ viding funds from this Rese 1952-52, No. which form the Sched- The House adjourned intil ext the possession of borrowers, Bovr-
The Legislative Council alse FOr na , Ive 3-52, Ni -
seg iSli ouncil as fund for irrigation ile to the Resolution Tuesday at 3 p.m rowers are asked to consult the



share Your Excellency’s concern at

He wanted to say a few words
the serious position prevailing at ‘aa 7



list at Wakefield, White Park and
if they find that they have any

M ; on that point. They all knew the . os +
the Port of Bridgetown. The fac- jmportance of teriwation a. the Failed To Produce “Moneka Brings ef the books in hand to notify the

tors SE eae, to the present cane cultivation and the produc- x ‘ pl
serious position have existed for tion of foed crops, but His Ex- D L
some time, and any steps taken to cellency gave no details of any rivers tcence
remove them will be welcomed by scheme for irrigation
the Legislative Council, Hon. Dr. St. John observed that
Tn conclusion, the Legislative the average Barbadian “thinks it
Council wish, in particular, to could be done by pumping .winc)-
assure Your Excellency that they mills or supplying the water from
are willing to give earnest consid- the reservoirs of the Government
eration to all measures submitted ;
to them for the implementation of whether an efficient supply of
the suggestions financial and water could be obtained that way,
otherwise, contained in Your Ex- ay oe Kine pt
; ’ 7 omes se, a rie ri
cellency’s Address and to reaffirm (2) Comesite t ae

in general their determination to 8440" El icity Sch
continue to play their part in all ‘lectricity Scheme



~

paid in seven days or in default and
14 days’ imprisonment.

Christ Church, 20s and 1 costs for saili

and welfare of all classes of the Sc4@me which he felt the Govern- offence was committed about 8.30
community,



For failing to produce his driv- The
s licence to Cpl Cyrus, Darnley Moneka arrived here on Monday jturned in time
Greaves of Black Rock, St. Mi- night
chael, was fined 15s and 1s costs grapefruit and limes from Dom-}
by Mr. C. L. Walwyn yesterday. ae
eibeans ad? | tay _q ~The offence was committed on e
Water Works”, ‘git he doubted December 7. The fine is to be ‘pdeocate’ yesterday that lime
grapefruit are becoming!
plentiful in Dominica while
Mr. C. L. Walwyn also fined oranges are out of season |
Harold Humphrey of Worthing, Schooners and motor vessel

ng

7 . : not conforming with the road bados now will bring chiefly a
matters designed for the progress He wanted to put forward 4 gigns on November 13, 1951. The cargo of grapefruit and limes

mei : alrea » oi -Oon- Driv. < mare re
ment had already given some con- 4m, Both cases were brought by Private land owners in Dom
|

lAbrarian.

Grapefruit Owing to the amount now

missing the lending of books may
100-ton motor vessel! be stopped if these are not re-

with a moderate supply of |

Moneka’s mate told the}




efor
Mygiers

from Dominica for Bar-}|
|

Simply sprinkle

sideration, and which might help Cpl. Cyrus inica grow large crops of the
, ys . Cyrus. 4 » ‘Hy .*
One Of The Best to solve the difficulty. He felt that ’ fruit and sell to agents who ship} some nee
& ; Government should consider care- them for local vendors | into the lava-

Moving the adoption of the Re-

s the selerati actric a i) ° > passenger came rom |
port, Hon, Dr. H. G. Massiah said fully the generation of electricity 20-Y ear-Old Finzed One passenger came up from

Dominica with the Moneka and
fine weather made the trip a good

h ad +h pleasure ask at their own factory at Lancaster
pe nee pea 1D sieeiit in askin& Current from there could be sup- a C
LON Ta A members to approve plied to plantation and to peasant ow é For t
the Report. He wanted to say, if owners and market gardeners,

.



tealing ona,

speech presented ‘to the Legisla- own electric pumps and delivery Police Magistrate of District “A” und
ture by His Excelle




. The Moneka took a day and a
he might, that in his opinion the gnd they in turn could buy their His Worship Mr. E. A. McLeod half coming here from Dominica

er

tory bowl and
leave overnight

then flush.
*Harpic’s’
cleansing action
disinfects and
deodorises
where no brush







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it

power of one engine. She

y at the pipes, and they would be helped yesterday ordered 20-year-old has a twin screw diesel but one n reach “
opening of this Legislative Session by loans from the Peasants’ Loan Eric Phillips of Deacon’s Road, of the engines was taken down SGP SEGEM ON
was one of the best he had ever Bank. St. Michael, to pay a fine of £7 before she left Dominica, | *Harpic’ is safe -

heard in that Chamber, There was at Lancaster a build- by seven instalments or in de-

S rij 1 . ” \
With its comprehensiveness and ing already existing, and with an fault three months’ imprison- She will g0 on dry dock SOME” tape. including . é
during this week and will $

vision and its grasp in general of untapped supply of Natural Gas, ment with hard labour for steal- day

ie
Wh "
which time she will be cleaned oo: Re tA. Tw h

all problems affecting this country, all that would be necessary would ing clothing, the property of John stay fe

he thought that honourablesmem- be; the provision 6f machinery. Peter and Donald Richards,

to use in all lava-

those connected
or about 10 days, during

bers would fully agree with what That, he thought, should be men- Phillips who is better known #nd repainted and her engine,
he had said tioned in the Report, because, be as “Son” committed the offence refitted. ; “ HAR PIC
As regards the terms of the felt, it was a very mportant mat- on December 28. When the Moneka comes of



Report, Hon. Dr. Massiah said ter.

there was one thing which he , He thought that ele tricity could FIRM GETS $200 from



be supplied cheaply at Lancaster,

wantec » me pn. seeme to A
ted to mention. It seemed and current could be sent through










him an anomaly that in a country the wires of the Electric Company In the Assistant Court of |
of this sort, three or four or five 544. nt their inaciequate Appeal yesterday Judge A. J. H.
hundred people who work in the Qinoiy ‘Tha ould be killing two Hanschell gave judgement for
harbour should jeopardise ‘he pjrds with « e—helping with plaintiff Messrs, Stuart & Samp-
comfort and livelihood of Vv irrigatior d bh loing the Electric son Ltd., to the amount of $200.03
nearly all of the other 200,000 Compat ind costs in the case in’ which
the country, and he hoped that As to the financial side of it, it Messrs Stuart & Sampson Ltd
their Reply had said, urgent ste was no point his entering on it. claimed the amount of $200.05
would be taken to remove any i The Govecnor had seit that in the owing to them by Rawle Garner
justice which might be happeni last five years, n h had be of St. Stephen’s Hill, St. Mich: el.
in the Port. and that things « 1 @ On rage © The defendant did not appear in
be put right with the greatest pos- court when the case was called.
sible speed. ‘ . Audley Toppin, a clerk of Stuast

Hon. G. B. Evely1 ond the MAIL NOTICE & Sampson, told the court that
motion for the adoption of the ysis for §. Lucia, S. Vincent Grenada, C2. July 23 Garner went to th:
Report, said he did not think that ana Aruba by the M/V Cacique Dei Office at Roebuck Street and re-,
there was any need to odd any- Caribe will be closed at the General quested to be credited with goods.
thing to what the Chairman of the Pt Qe. ap re eaten ae He was credited with the goods
Committee had seid, except to wan at 2 om. and Ordinary Mail at Which amounted to $200.03. This
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Wednesday, January 16, 1952
Tourist Prospects

THE tourist industry of Barbados is
gradually being recognised as a valuable
industry second only to the manufacture
of sugar and its by-products in the econo-
my of the island.

But it suffers to-day from two handicaps,
both of which can be easily remedied.

The first handicap can be removed by
hotel proprietors: the second is due to a
deliberate choice made by the political
party with a majority in the House of
Assembly.

Hotels in Barbados have not remained
static nor have they resisted influences
which have resulted in improvements. But
Barbados lags considerably behind other
Caribbean territories in the amenities and
arrangements provided by hotels. The
very excellence of Barbadian climate and
way of life has tended to blind hctel pro-
prietors to the changing tastes of visitors.

The resident colony of retired and well
to do English, Canadians and Americans
on the Leeward Coast have introduced
other standards of taste and services and
the Colony Club in St, James is an out-
standing example of what can be achieved
in Barbados by intelligent use of stone and
natural surroundings, The example set by
the Colony Club and followed by another
residential Club on the Coast has not ap-
parently found favour with the proprie-
tors of other large hotels. The grounds of
the Marine Hotel are frequently used for
outdoor cocktail parties and for dances at
night, but dining outdoors has not yet be-
come customary during the five months of
the tourist season. Barbados’ resistance to
eating outdoors is almost unique in the
world. In Rome, Cairo, London, Nassau,
Naples to mention only a few cities eating
outdoors when the weather permits adds
to the enjoyment of the meal, particularly
when there is subdued lighting and light
music as accompaniments. Most Barba-
dian hotels could arrange for meals to be
served outdoors and could compete with
one another in the inducements offered by
shade plants, orchestra, falling water and
other signs of good taste and discernment.

Visitors to Barbados are normally most
polite and are reluctant to say anything
that would appear to be critical of the ser-
vice they now enjoy at existing hotels. But
hotel proprietors must be aware that their
hotels are mofest little hotels offering
little more than they did at a time when
visitors were less well-travelled than they
are to-day. In 1$52 most visitors have
probably stayed in half a dozen hotels in
as many countries before ‘they arrive in
Barbados. They make comparisons and
draw up their own balance sheet of credits
and discredits. They do not expect much
but they miss what they do not find. So
many things that they miss could be reme-
died if hotel proprietors realised how
simply they could be remedied : A tele-
phone in each room, a library in each
hotel, a better menu, cheerful service
are obvious attractions in any hotel
but they are not always to be found.
Greater co-operation between hotel pro-
prietors might assist individual hotels to
improve their services to the benefit of all,
and might result in joint action to provide
a private regular bus service between
hotels and the City for at least five months
of the year. But if hotel proprietors might
co-operate to improve the amenities offer-
ed to the tourists who arrive now, the local
Government can assist the tourist industry
generally by an avowal of its intention to
see that Barbados is not defeated by
Tobago or any neighbouring island in the
race to attract capital for investment in
new Hotels,

If Trans-Canada Airlines puts two of the
five new Constellations they expect to re-
ceive in 1954 on the Caribbean run, they
will be able to bring some 800 passengers
more during the five months of the 1955
season. Already with existing transpor-
tation facilities they expect to bring some
1,600 Canadians to Barbados in the five
months of the 1952 season. It is obvious
that unless Barbados prepares now to cope
with this potential increase in visitors,
those visitors are not going to come to
Barbados. At a very conservative esti-
mate this would mean a loss of some quar-
ter of a million dollars. Of course Trans-
Canada Airlines is not the only source of
transportation for the North American
tourist and if Barbados possessed at least
one modern luxury hotel, managed by a
first rate manager and fed by expert chefs
the influx from tourists would be consid-
erably greater. The provision of such an
hotel depends on the decision of the pres-
ent government.

So far they have shown little anxiety to
encourage Canadian investors who are
known to be willing to build such an hotel
if the government will give an incentive
greater than that presently offered to
Canadian investments. The prospeets for
tourism are the brightest in 1952 but
there is room for self-examination by the
industry and by the Government if there
is to be progress.



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BARBADOS ADVOCATE



WEDNESDAY, JANUARY



No. I Didn't Take What Makes

My White Tie

stark

KOREA

Pe



OR many years I have been in
the habit of sluicing imy
hair with water before I comb it.
Everyone has always said I'll be
bald within a year

I started the habit at the age of
ten. I am now 37 and my hair-
line, once voted “most likely to
recede,” has not travelled any ap-
preciable distance. But I had to
go to Korea to find out that my
advisers were right. Water on
the hair is bad for you, especially
if you emerge from a sleeping
bag and try combing your hair in
a temperature literally freezing.

You find out then that the top
of your head is fast becoming a
rehearsal stage for winter sports
And later on you find that you
have caught cold.

_ Ever wonder what a harmon-
ica player does when he catches
cold on a tour in Korea? It was
too late to do much about it
Four shows were scheduled and
it is impractical to send a signal
to a unit to say that the show
won't go on because the cast has
a cold.
_ I took a few tablets and an
inhaler, but I might just as well
have gone in for newt’s wings
and bat’s teeth.
Odd Stage
Y mind was taken off my
plight by the stage on which

I was to work.

It was an ancient Korean grave.
The men were waiting to see
what I'd do about it. I did
nothing about it but just started
to play, even though I felt a bit
odd about a habit I have of tap-
ping my foot while I play. I felt
even odder when I found I had to
announce that the next number
was called “On Top of Old
Smoky.”

Afterwards a placard was put
over the scene of my perform-
ance, bearing the simple yet
dignified legend. “Here Lies
Old Smoky.”

Two other shows that day were
held in a tent. The sides were
up, and as I played the gentle
Korean breeze caressed me_ the
way a tiger caresses a sheep.

I found the only way to oper-
ate was to hold the harmonica in
one hand, a handkerchief in the
other.

If LI concentrated, a quite
snappy rhythmic effect could be
achieved like, for example, in
the Blue Danube. ‘“Da-da-de-
da-dum — Wipe, wipe — Wipe,
wipe.

Don’t try it
takes practice.

Next morning they brought me

right away. It

breakfast in bed, and, in Korea,
this is wild, madcap luxury. The
orderly attached to an Indian
medical unit who brought the
breakfast put it on a box by my
bed and then started out of the
tent

Suddenly he returned, took the
breakfast tray off the box, set up
a second box atop the first, and
replaced the tray. The effect was
to bring the tray to a more com-

fortable height. The courtesy
implicit in the gesture was one
of the most warming things I

have ever come across,

Just Mud
Rae the toughest part of
the kind of tour I was making
was the transport problem.
Your world is bounded on ail
sides from then on by mud.
You finish a show and have to

get, maybe, ten miles away to
your next.

As you whiz along at a snappy
three to six miles an_ hour,
negotiating the vari-
ous features which

make Korean roads so
charmingly unroad-
like, you become aware
of your spinal column
trying to form letters
in various alphabets—
not omitting Sanskrit.

Scared

HE prime differ-

ence between this
tour and any other
I've ever made in a
theatre of war is that
hitherto the _ troops
were brought in trucks
to the show, always
located well behind
the lines

The situation here
is reversed, The show
goes directly to the 5
men, wherever they writes
are. Had my mike

been set up 100 yards
fiirther on, there were

limes when I'd have
been serenading the
Chinese.

I was surprised that an enter-
tainer would be allowed to per-
form so far forward. Surprised
in my language is synonymous
with “scared stiff.”

Now, of course, in a field hos-
pital near the lines you do not
expect applause from your auci-
ence. I went from bed to bed
and asked each man if there was
something special he'd like.

A Filipino requested “Bes. m?
Mucho,” a Belgian asked for
‘Pigalle” and “Symphonie,”
while «a Negro, who had been
looking rather dour until then,
asked for “Beale Street Blues.”

His entire expression changed
during the number, and when I
finished he awarded me _ the
supreme accolade: “Cool man,”
he said, “that was real cool.”



How JUST Are London’s Courts ? |

From seat in the Press box, John

jarke, watches closely and objec-
tively the day-to-day administration
of justice in London

@ Each magistrate appears to
@ work to a pattern of punish-
@ ment as highly individual as
@ a hair style.

N the ante-rooms of London's

police courts, as the courts
open for business in the morning,
there exists a kind of uneasy
cameraderie between the police
and their prisoners.

Cigarettes are fumblingly ex-
changed, and when lit are tugged
at urgently by those waiting in
the wings before appearing in
dock and witness-box,.

And in these dragging, nervous
minutes, the police are plagued
with one question above all others.
“Who's the beak, mate?” the pris-
oners ask in eager, anxious tones.

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fairly given, the prisoners can, if
they have experience of the courts,
fairly assess—to within a week or
two in the case of prison sentences,
to within a few shillings in the
case of fines—what is likely to be
their fate when they are tried.

For within set limits there is a
range of penalties to meet each
crime; and each magistrate ap-
pears to work to a kind of “pat-
tern of punishment” which, within
those limits, is as highly individ-
ual as his hair style.

12,000 Cases

N the last two and a half years

I have listened to upwards of
12,000 cases being tried by some
16 magistrates. What is the abid-
ing impression left by this experi-
ence?

It is that seeming anomalies in
the dispensation of justice occu
with disconcerting frequency.

Too often it seems not
gravity of the crime which
cides the punishment, but
magistrate’s conception of
gravity of that crime upon
particular morning.

Take one or two recent in-
stances. First, two cases heard in
the same week in different courts

In one case, a driver's mate,
aged 22, pleaded guilty to stealing
articles valued at 15s from an un-
attended car.

the
de-
one
the
one



WASHINGTON.
meeting in Philadel-
phia are being shown a new
chemical which, it is said, will
revolutionise agriculture,

For it converts dead or ex-
hausted soil into fully productive
soil in a few hours.

The new substance, whose trade
name is Krilium, is not a fertiliser.
It restores the physical structure
of the soil to its proper consis-
tency.

Scientists

Repeated tests carried out dur-
ing the past three years show that
the chemical is anywhere from
100 to 1,000 times more efficient
in improving soil structure than
compost or peat moss,

Members of the American
Association for the Advancement
of Science who were shown the
chemical threw scientific caution
to the winds and spoke glowingly
of turning deserts into green
pastures.

Krilium will be used to combat
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In the other a 20-year-old ap-
prentice-fitter was charged with
stealing 95lb. of gun-metal valued
at £8 from his employers. He,
too, entered a guilty plea.

Against each of these two young
men there were two previous con-
victions,

The man who stole £8 worth of
gun-metal from his employers was
fined £10, with an alternative of
42 days’ imprisonment if he could
not raise the money.

The man who stole 15s worth of
goods from the car of a stranger
was* sentenced to six months and
not given the alternative of paying
a cash price for his crime.

Had these cases been tried, each
in the other court, would the pen-
alties imposed have been the same?
One can only wonder,

This is the height of the shop-
lifting season, for the sales are on.
Let us therefore look at two shop-
lifting cases.

On succeeding days two women,

one aged 68, the other 38, stole trates are always in danger,
goods to the same value—£3 13. vee of judging one case by the

—from London stores.

Both were brought to court, both others in that category. When this

pleaded guilty.

The first was fined £3; the sec-
ond was fined £10 and ordered to
pay three guineas costs.

On one particular day, two
shoplifters who each had one
previous conviction for
crime were charged in different
courts with stealing a number
of small articles. They were
both women, one aged 44, the

other 47. The first was sent to
prison for 21 days; the other
went down for six weeks—just
twice as long.

Prison Or Fine?

N the case of fines it might be
argued that having regard to
different financial circumstances,
a small fine may be as great a
penalty as a larger one.
here the penalty is imprison-
ment, that argument is less easy
io apply. If the punishment fits
the crime in the one case, can it
be said to do so in the other, in
the instances I have cited?
The differences lay in the pat-

Kriliam Is A Weapon For Peace

(By R. M. MacCOLL)
scienusts are seying that it will
be a powerfui weapon against
Communism in its own way as the
atom bomb, because Communism
thrives so often among people who
live on soil too played out to
support their growing populations

A big factory is beings rushed to
completion in Texas, but Krilium
will not be on the market in large
quantities before 1953.

OPINION

AS members of the congregation
filed into a Presbyterian church
in Elizabeth, New Jersey, recently
the Rev. Charles Brackbill stood
at the door handing out question-
naire forms. The people were
asked to write down what they

thought of his sermon — “and
please pull no_ punches,” he
begged.
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| “IN THESE modern and sophisticated times, we
| too often think of morale as something to be
purchased in material things. We seem to be-
lieve that confidence and courage are produced
solely by a full stomach, warm clothing, and a
roof over the head. Reasonable and decent
standards of this kind are, of course, necessary
to life itself; but true morale is likewise pro-
duced by direct appeal to the heart of man and
| to his noblest instincts.”
|

~-General DWIGHT EISENHOWER.

A kid from outside Knoxville,
Tennessee, wanted “My Happi-
ness,” and “Goodnight Irene,”
at the mention of which a groan}
went up that was not due en-/
tirely to physical discomfort;

So it went on for 45 minutes.





‘Great Man’

HEN I walked around and}
met some of my audience.)
The kid from Tennessee had step-
ped On a mine. Formerly his typ2
°

By WILLIAM BARKLEY

injury, a severe leg wound.! yy ' saan ; ‘
necessitated: .emputaticn, Now| WHAT makes a nation get going and keep

they were able to save the leg. going? What makes a man tick?
“Feel my. tee, sir,” suggeated How comes it that this little island, which

the kid. “See how they've got| t!
the blood circulating ? That's
Major Weinberg’s work sir.”

1e Ancients regarded as the last spot of
desolation in the known world, grew to be
is ; , _,.| the leader of the modern era, the mother of
Sea oie : wena nau. | vention, the cradle of power?
from Mississippi, “that our pa-| Ah, ha! l'have you here. I ask the questions.
tients are our V.1I.Ps. It’s awful! You answer them, you 16,000,000 readers—if
four people read the newspaper for every
one who buys it (the meanies!).

Everybody tells us we have to work harder
if we are to maintain our standards in a nation
burdened with arms and bureaucrats.

What is the future—smaller fires, emptier
plates, shrinking freedom? Or shall we go

forward with good will and enthusiasm to
reap, for us all, the fruits of the most won-
leno flowering of mechanical genius ever

known?

| Now I can talk with perfect understanding
| (o the readers of the Daily Express about idle
orkers, botchers, eye-servants, clock-
| -vatehers, lead-swingers, malingerers. For I
| cm sure not one of these drags is to be found
|in the whole Express community. .

Oh, no. The Daily Express reader bounces

|out of bed in the morning and says: “What
can I do in this wonderful new day (or New
P i ; | /@ar) of Opportunity?”
Wate ceed en dhaot than hice And he retires at night to his well-earned

home with a

to save a man, but then lose him

sa yrer- rest with a “Htm hum; I have done pretty
rou eae of that telegram | well, but I could do better to-morrow.”

going ou at’ reads * e ar!

Department regrets. . . Well THIS SLOW

we try to see that as few of those |
telegrams as possible have to go
out.”

OR DOES HE? If I were really addressing

you and beating the dust out of the pulpit
ishions I could soon see whether any of you

cowered before me, or blinkered or shuffled.

And you could come round to the vestry
alter, and bully me.

What is the origin of slow motion? I think
it occurred years ago while men were repair-
ng my bomb-damaged house.

As soon as they got their coats off they in-
| juired if they could boil a kettle to make tea.

Then a young lad asked to borrow a bicycle
because, if he cycled three miles to his depot,
| he could get bottle of milk free to help with
the tea. He was to be called up for national
service in a few months and gave not a rap
whether he earned his money or not.

I did not have to pay them except as a
contributor to the bomb damage scheme.
| Nobody bothered. If the cold wind blows
/through a broken window on a new-born
| babe, why worry?

That spirit did not build Britain, will not
keep her Great.

At other times I have seen men licking into
in urgent repair job, singing at their tasks,
tossing bricks like ping-pong balls.

The silly thing is that these busy boys are
afinitely happier than the idlers.

THIS STOP :

HOW comes it that (according to the Finan
cial Times) the Germans in a year have built

75 houses per 10,000 of their population
against 39 per 10,000 in Britain?

Must you be defeated in war (a condition
unknown to us) before your imagination fore-

sees a future of rust and corruption and ver-
digris—of everything you value in life going
to ruin—unless you stir your stumps?

A doctor tells me of a Yorkshire pit-where
the miner stops work whenever he has earned
£12; because beyond that he is taxed heavily.

Now, there is not a preacher in the lands
inveighs so bitterly against tax as I do. Dear
beloved brethren, come round to the vestry

after the sermon. I will dilate on this subject
in words unfit for the pulpit.
THIS VIRUS

IT is no good the people—or their represen-
tatives—demanding and passing endless laws
which mean vast expenditure and then dodg-
ing work rather than pay tax. Get the tax
down. But get the coal up meanwhile.

What, has no one a heart for the working
man who seeks to come home to the bonny
blink of a cheery fireside? Confound their
politics. Snap out of it.

One lazy man can infect the virus of leth-
;argy in 99 around him. But then one good
| leader can inspire a whole group.
| We hear of trades unions moving against

members who work too hard, Let’s have more

| joint action against the fellow who has to be

years, says Commerce Secretary, carried.

Charlés Sawyer. In a year-ens| Let employers, managements, and Govern-

review of American economy, he} ment devote themselves to curing the modern

says that the savings have helped disease of frustration, which arises because

em = 7. a moan so many industrial processes need no skill and

its savifigs in a cae wave of| 90 many dirty jobs are unrewarding.

buying, inflationary pressures will} THIS DANGER

surge up again, he warns, FEAR, hope of reward, and pride in the job
PENALTY | are historically the great incentives. And of

THE House 6f ‘Representatives | these fear among us isa dwindling force.
Un-American Activities Commit-| _!t is a wonderful history, the independence
tee urges in a report that foreign| of the British working man. Down the cen-
spies caught operating in the|turies he has trembled before kings, nobles,
United States should be put to) squires, and capitalist’ bosses. Now, in his
ae peece-time ss well mind, he has dismissed the lot.

: MICE He fears neither thrones nor principalities

IN STAMFORD, Connecticut,| "0" hell fire nor the sack. Great is his dig-
the mouse-trap business is boom-| "ity. How splendid to stand on his own feet
ing. Oldest inhabitants cannot| With head upraised, fearing God but no man.
remember such an invasion of} Now he has nothing to fear, except himself.
Ms pag mene Prosaic explanation by) Beware there, brethren. After your many
Sts enamie ae amd ae triumphs and overthrows of tyranny you may

have raised up in yourselves the most dan-

summer flat tissue and are seeking
out the pantry.” gerous foe of all.—L.E.S,

At the end of any given day
you will probably feel depressec|
at the sights you saw, the con- |
ditions under which people must
live in a country as truly primi-
tive as Korea,

But later on you'll feel how
— well worth while it was. 1
did.

London Express Service



terns of punishments fixed con-
sciously or otherwise in the minds
of the different magistrates; they
clearly did not lie in the actual
crimes,

Magistrates are human beings. I
have frequently filled with pleas-
ure at the warmth of humanity
displayed and dispensed from the
bench. But being human, they ex-
hibit from time to time human
weaknesses. |

I cannot recall a single in-

stance of magisterial bias against
a prisoner as an individual, how-
ever unattractive a character
the prisoner may have possess-
ed, But I know magistrates to
whom certain categories of
crime appear to be particularly
repugnant and who may be re-
lied upon to come down more
heavily than their colleagues on
the bench, whose anathemas lie
elsewhere in the charge-sheet.

Again, because they hear so
many cases, such endless repetition
of seedy, feeble excuses, magis-
1

sum of their experience of all

happens the small details that
make each case, for all its simil-
arity to others, such a highly in-
dividual matter, tend to get lost
sight of.

Extraneous matters, too, may
have a bearing upon the punish-
ments imposed. I have known
magistrates, quite evidenty in a
lenient mood (and how fortunate
for prisoners when by sheer chance
they encounter a magistrate in
such a mood), put right out of
humour by an impudent or stupid
defendant. The next case called
has faced a magistrate in a very
different mood.

Is It Justice?

S justice done, then, in the police

courts? It depends upon one’s
interpretation of the word. Gen-
erally speaking, criminals do not}
go _—_ and the inocent do not go |
to jail. :

Thus far justice is done bu!
with anomalies so frequent and
degrees of punishment so varie?
as they are, there seems to be room
for improvement,

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to do he is allowed a furiher
period of five days from the date
of the request in which to produce
it at a police station.

4. Clause 9 enables a third
pariy to recover from an insurer
the amount of any judgment he
may obtain, notwithstanding that
the policy may be voidable or
cancelled, and Clause 10 provides
that in the event of an insured
person becoming insolvent, his
rights against the insurer shall
be transferred to and vest in the
third party, The remaining
clauses of the Bill contain various
detailed provisions for imple-
menting the principles ef the Bill;
for example, Clause 16 imposes a
duty on persons against whom
claims are made to give informa-
tion as to whether or not they
are insured, Clause 17 makes it
cbligatory to surrender certifi-
cates of insurance when policies
are cancelled, and Clause 22
imposes penalties for forging cer-
tifleates; in addition Clause 26
empowers the Governor-in-Exec-
utive Committee to make Regula-
tions with the approval of the
Legislature for carrying the Bill
into effect.

Discussed Since 1935

Mr. Cox (L) said that the bill as
Hon. Members knew was a ques-
tion of having insurance against
third party risks, It had been dis-
cussed for many years as far back
as 1935 or 1936 after accidents be-
cime prevalent in the island.

It was being felt that many
persons who had vehicles and who
were not in position to make good
any damages, should take out some
sort of third party insurance—not
only for the benefit of third party,
but to provide some security for
these owners who would find it
very difficult to cover the damages
if they had a case in court and
who would therefore lose thei
holdings.

The matter was discussed on
many occasions and it was agreed
to in principle, not only by the
House but by the public. It was
only a question then of getting in
touch with the various insuranc?
companies ana@ discussing it wita
them, at the same time finding out
their rates. That was’ recen‘ly
done, he said.

He said that just before the last
House died, the biil was introduced
by the Leader of the House and
discussed. It was agreed to then in
principle but some hon, members
said that they did not have time
enough to digest all the implica-
ions of the bill. The session died
and so the bill had to be reintro-
duced.

“There are no new points nor
amendments made in the bill and
hence it comes back to this House
in the same form it came last
October,”

He said that there mignt have
been some controversial clauses
but he did not intend referring to
them unless they were raised by
some Hon, Member.

After quoting the objects and
reasons of the bill, Mr, Cox said
that it compared favourably with
similar bills in Trinidad, British
Guiana and Gambia. The only dif-
ference was that in Gambia, there
were no limitations as regards the
maximum amount that can be
paid by third party or parties in
general. It was an old act of the
U.K, y

so,



Select Committee

Mr. Mottiey (E) said that the in-
troducer had said that before the
last session died, the bill was dis-
cussed and that they on that side
of the table agreed with the prin-
ciple of the bill. They still agreed
with the principle of the bill.

He, however, wanted to throw
out the suggestion that Govern-
ment send the bill to a Select Com-
mittee. There was the question of
premium, he said. All those new
laws which were being brought
into operation in the community
must partly depend on the econo-
mic situation of the island and
should be carefully dealt with,

The bill, as the introducer said,
was partly similar to ones in
British Guiana, U.K., Trinidad and
Gambia and so there must have
been some difference, With that,
together with the fact of the prey
miums, he thought it would be well
for them to send the bill to a select
committee.

He said that the sending of the
bill to a Select Committee did not
mean postponing the bill because
they were anxious to see the bill
enacted.

He was going to vote for the
second reading of the bill. He was,
however, urging Hon, Members to
send on the bill after the second
reading.

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Mr. Talma (L) said that he re
garded the bill as an admirable
one and which, if properly enacted,
would bring about the passing of
constructive legislation whereby
relief from pain and suffering will
be given to impotent pedestrians.

He said that the bill might have
seemed not to work in the interest
of the third party as they hoped.
Although the object of the bill was
in order, he said, he hoped that
the party to derive the benefit
would be the third party. If that
‘were not done, it would be ram-

~pant with pitfalls.

He felt that they should spend
two or three weeks going through
the bill line by line so that it
would be better than those which
obtained in British Guiana or
Trinidad, He felt that Barbados
should set the example for third
party insurance in the Caribbean.

Mr. Haynes (E) said that he was
supporting the second reading of
the bill but he was in favour of
the sending of the bill to a Select
Committee. He was hoping that
if the bill was sent to a Select
Committee, a clause would be in-
‘troduced similar to one in the
Workmen’s Compensation Act
which enabled owners who were
liable to appeal to a court if they
were not satisfied.

Mr. J. C, Mottley (C) said that
he agreed with the Senior Mem-
ber for the City that the bill was
teo complicated to be rushed
through with hurriedly. He felt
that it should be sent to a Select
Committee in order for it to give
satisfaction,

Mr. E. W. Barrow (L) first com-
plimented the Junior Member for
St. Philip, Mr. J. C. Mottley, for,

“his impassioned and sincere
maiden speech.”
Mr. Barrow then said that he

did not think any member of the
general public after hearing or
reading the debate that had been
made on the Bill, would appreci-
ate its ramifications

“Some members made _ refer-
ence to this Bill being on all fours

with the Workmen's Compensa-
tion Act,” he said
“Nothing can be further from

the truth. Whereas the spirit and
motives of the Act have been
sim.lar, this Act puts the less for-
tunate members of the commun-
ity on an cqual footing with the
more fortunate in so far as any
loss or injuries due to accidents,
fatal or otherwise, may be suf-
fered.”

He said that the Bill indemnified
the user or driver or owner of a
motor vehicle against any ‘lia-
bility’ (and he used the word ad-
visedly for reasons which he
would explain later) resulting
from accidents in which they
might become involved.

Users of motor vehicles usually
protected themselves against per-
sonal loss or injury by taking out
insurance policies. But there was
no enactment in the laws of this
island which made it compulsory
for the driver of a motor vehicle
to insure against third party
risks

Illustration

“If I may give a simple illus-
tration,” he said, “if Your Hon-
our were proceeding in the due
course of events along one of the
more busy highways of this city
and someone dashed across the
road suddenly and your motor ve-
hicle was_not insured against Third

Party risks, that person would
be entitled to go to the Courts of
Law and sue Your Honour — I
am not being personal in any way
—for negligence, for breach of
duty of care.

“And if that unfortunate per-

son, his executor, administrator
or dependents recovered damages,
he would then have to go against
Your Honour’s estate, if such
exists, in order to execute the
judgment of the Court

“If a person like myself enjoy-
ing only a modest income was un-
fortunately involved in an agcci-
dent with an even less fortunate
person, the third party recover-
ing damages against him would
be no better as there would be
nothing from which to draw.

“The whole object of the Bill
is to make sure that there would
be some fund to satisfy judgment
of the court,”

He said that before damages
could be recovered, one would
have to prove conclusively thar
the accident was due to the negli-
gence of the person in charge of
the motor vehicle, that is why
they should define and distinguish
the Act before them from the
Workmen Compensation Act

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sult of an accident during the
course of his employment, wheth-
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gence or anyone's else negligence
was entitled to compensation as
of right

Problems

There are over seven thousand
reported cases of Workmen's Com
pensation on the type of problems
which most frequently arises be-
fore the Court. There were prob-
lemis of the nature cf (1) whether
the accident arrea during the
course of employment, or (2) out
of the employment, or (3) wheth-
er the injured person was a work-
man within meaning of the Act

Once these issues were decided
or admitted a workman was en-
titled to compensation independ-
ent of the inequitable Common
Law doctrines of ‘Contributory
Negligence’ or ‘Common Employ-
ment’.

On the other hand, in a motor
accident case negligence had ic
be proved on the part of the per-
son by whom one was knocked
down. If tne dr.ver successfully
set up as a defence thet one’s own
negligence in some infinitesima!
measure contributea te the acci-
dent, one woild not be entitled
to recover. If the driver's negl.-
gence was 99 per cent of the cause
of the accident and the negligence
of the injured party one per cent,
the injured party recovered no-
thing at all.

“Absolute negligence had to be
proved,” he said

They therefore saw that al-
though they were passing an Act
to make sure that an unfortunate

person who was injured might
have some fund to go against he
had first to be successful in a

Court of Law.

Insurance Companies were not
run on the lines of provident as-
sociations, he said. Insurance
Companies always fought cases to
the bitter end. Even when they
were advised that they were in
the wrong, they fought as a mat-
ter of principle and always re-
sorted to some subtlety in order
to escape paying money. Insur-
ance Companies did not like pay-
ing money outside the Court and
it was only when judgment was
pronounced in the Court that lia-
bility was brought home

“It has been my experience,”
he said, “that with the best of
intentions, we have adopted cer-
tain social measures which have

been enacted in the United King-

dom for the benefit of different

sections of the community.
Ancillary Law

“But very often we have adopt-
ed these measures without look-
ing at the supporting and ancill-
ary enactments which already
cxist in the United Kingdom to
tnake these measures which we
fubsequently propose, a_ reality
and I am suggesting, Mr. Speaker,
that instead of repeating the mis-
cake which we have made so
many times in the past, we should
adopt as soon as possible, a Law
NXeform Contributory Negligence
Act

“That Act in the United King-
dom states, in my own words, that
where any accident occurs which
is partly due to the fault or de-
fault of one party and partly due
to the fault or default of the other
party, instead of throwing the
plaintiff or the injured party out
of court because he in some way
contributed to the accident, the
Court would be entitled to allocate
the damages as it were propor-
tionally—to the proportion of the
amount each party contributes to
the accident.”

Therefore, he said, if one were
riding a bicycle and by his neg-
ligence contributed only 10 per
cent towards the cause of the ac-
cicent and the driver of the motor
vehicle contributed 90 per cent,
instead of being denied the right
of recovery of any damages at all,
the bicycle rider would recover
rine-tenths of the damages which
the court would normally have
given him had he not contributed
to his own accident.

That was the first point which
he intended making, he said, but
he wanted to make another point
which was not altogether ger-
mane to the issue.

At some early date, he said,
they would have definitely to
amend the Separation and Main-
tenance Act, 1950 and make its
provisions more widely known to
the members of the community

Select Committee

He said he would assure the
Senior Member for the City that
it had been and was still the in-
tention of the members of his
Party to allow the Bill to go
to a Select Committee The
interest of the community had
to be considered and would
always be considered by members
on his side of the House who had
no intention to stampede or steam-










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Oollcr through
reaching in
ces.

Some people might be tempte
to believe that Clause 4 of the B
meant that people who were r
ing on a bus and were injured
would not be covered by ti
party risks. That was not so
ihat sub-section only referred tu
people who were merely joy rid-

legislation so far-
its social consequen-

ing or who were friends or bare
licensees of the driver of sthe
vehicle

Another ection which he
weought worthy of serutiny 5
the select committee was-+ sub-

section b V of the same clause 4
where the liability of the insur-
ance company towards any sing!
person claiming was limited to
£1,000. Similarly sub-section VI
where there might be more than
one claimant

If a court awarded an injured
party £5,000 say, even with this
Act on the Statute Book only
£1,000 would be secure

But in fairness members would
also have to remember that if the
liability of the Insurance Com-
panies were not limited in some
way by the Act, the premiun
which such Companies ‘wauld
feel themselves constrained to
demand from the motoring public
would





be so high as to prohibit
the use of motor vehicles. And
this, Mr. Speaker, was no over
statement as the Act made it
Statutory Duty on all drivers to
insure with a penalty attached in

default thereof

The Select Committee would
therefore have to endeavour to
do justice to all sections-——the luc}
less pedestrians, drivers, owne
and the Insurance Companies

His last point was that since the
recovery of damages depended on
the success of the litigant inthe
Courts of this island, he hoped the
cost of litigation in the highe
courts of the island would soon
be made less burdensome than it
was at present

Well Reasoned

Mr. W. A. Crawford (C)- said
that both the House and the com-
munity were obligated to the Hon.
Senior Member for St. George fo
his. well reasoned and excellent
contribution to the debate In
fact, since he so clearly, embodie |
the intention ana decisions of his

party, one wondered why he d

not second the motion for ‘thi
Second Reading of the Billy That
would have obviated the necess-
ity for much of the criti¢isn
which had been made.

The Hon. Member for St. George
had been at pains to explain the
fundamental differences betweei
the Bill before them and_ the
Workmen's Compensation Bil!
and the difference was indeed
simple. On the one hand, the
worker, once injured, was entitled
to compensation as of right: on
the other the injured party had
first to prove negligence befor«
the company accepted liability.

It was impossible for the de-
fendant, under the proposed Bill,
however, to resort to the trate-
gies or artifices in order to escape
liability which were possible
under the Workmen's Compens4-
tion Act It was nothing as com
plicated as that was, and it was
unnecessary again to emphasise,
the difference.

Complicated

Indeed, the surprising thing
about the Workmen's Compens;:
tion Act was that although it was
supposed to be a simple Act to
provide compensation for the in-
jured worker, in actual practice, it
was perhaps one of the most com-
plicated pieces of British legisla-
tion; indeed, it was the only one
which had given rise to an entire







new series of Law Reports upon
it. That was why, for years he
had emphasized the necessity for
substitution for it, Jegislatior
which is more simple in opera-
tion

“The main point which I wish t«
emphasize, however,” he said, “is
the question of insurance. Withir
recent times, we have enacted a
number of laws which make in-
surance compulsory and while
some of us are singing the Hatle-
lujah Chorus over the introduction
of this Bill so are the Insurance
Companies.

“It is time that the Government
underwrites some of this insurance
itself. Foreign underwriters are
reaping a harvest in this colony, I
submit that the Select Committee
might well concern itself with
making recommendations in this

respect. Workmen's Compensa-
tion, canes, fishing boats, third
party insurance, all these require
insurance, and the Government

should actively consider the mat-
”

Tr.
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Select Committee.

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@ From page 3. think it was proper for them t.
eply to His Excellency’s speech

pent to achicve the purpose of the and talk about irrigation
fund, and he (Dr. St, John) took it He was saying this with all duc
that much had been spent in, ect to the well meaning of
rehabilitation that very little more the suggestion put forward by
Hl Id t at ad x wimiwateds thas Hen. Dr, St. John, He appreciate:
on ti “st : ies — . . a . he honourable member wantin

some mention nents be mac e \\. to make his comments, but it we

a ¥ me vague eo" not within the function of th

g some scheme of that sort. 4. ao .
: ould tend to solve the © ouncil to say that the Govern-

irrigation
nr



Amended Report To

Governor Passed

By Leg. Co.

sent

difficulty and also

difficulty

Company

hiner!’ maw not be delivered withdraw his amendment,
for (wo years; but it is of sufficient
importance that I think it should Agreement
be mentioned in the Report.” Hon. Dr, A. S. Cato expresse:
He moved that after the words agreement with the view ex
implementation of the sugges- pressed by Hon, Mr, Cuke, atid
tions”, the words “especially as tO caid that the Reply should be
the possibility of providing funds made in general terms, and
for irrigation”, be added the Hon. Dr, St. John wanted t
The coe eae eeceaeiive a emphasize any particular aspect
ry replied e respec ‘ Sts a ere ,
wathee the Report was amended th <> | : Bxceiiency es Speech, he
* not. he would bring the sug- * ule 7g it up as a separate
entit n to the notice of the Execu- Address later on, and discuss i
cpr spe aw : y cn its particular merits, ane
OK Mr Fee Hutson said that make a motion rather than in
Hon. Dr Massiah had stated that ' Oduce the Jarticular subject into
His fxcelleney’s speech was one (he Reply,
of the finest ever given in that Hon Dr Massiah said je
Chamber und = «6with~= «that, = he inted to draw attention to the
thought they all agreed t that that subject was governed
It was not often that they had general way in the terms «
with them a Head of the Admin- the Report, and secondly, th
istration who was prepared lO ‘ouncil was not a policy-makin
produce his own ideas—origina’ body and they had as a last resor
ideas—distinct from maintaining to say what they thought of an
the status quo, and he therefore policy. He therefore did not thin
felt that they ‘should be a little <¢ would be wise to ask the Gov

more expansive and appreciative

({ His Excellency’s ideas in thelr Hon. Dr, St. John formally wit?
Reply. ' crew his motion for the amend
Hon. Mr Hutson said he ment, and the Council adopt
appreciated the fact that it Wa the Report as aménded. An A
ustomary for a reply to a speech ¢ress w later moved by Ho
of the sort to be short, but he pr Massiah and passed, embody
elt that in view of the except- ing the terms in the Committee
onal quality of the speech, that Report,
they might just insert a line or
two to that effect —
Hon. Mr, Hutson then moved , =
that at the end cf the first para- N l S i
graph, these wods be added. ava uppor
And to express their apprecia-
tion of the many valuable com- From Page 1.
ments and suggestions contained of National Defence only «

Of

t

Long-Term Scheme
course,” Dr, St




the
with the Electric

John said,
a lorie term scheme, because

rigation.
Hon,

\ anted

Dr, St

to emphasize the

ernor to formulate a policy








ment should supply money for ir-

John said he only
point
made by His Excellency the Gov-
rnor in his Address, but if it wo
the wish of the Council, he would

5-Man Committee To Consider 3rd Pariy /nsurance

rr rr

therein.” He said it was not very
much, but at the same time it
would help to infofm His Ex-
cellency of their appreciation.

Hon, Mr. Cuke seconded the
motion put by Hon. Mr. Hutson,
end the Council unanimously
approved,

Opposing the amendment pro-
posed by Hon, Dr. St, John who
was seconded by Hon. Mr, Hut-
son, Hon, Mr, H. A, Cuke said

Monday had officially denie

a published report that wu.
planes were destroyed b
this means,

3. Many local ‘war lords
whom the French pac
bribed successfully last year
are supporting the Commun
ists again, because the
French have found them-

selves unable to continue ex

it was quite competent for any ‘
member of the Council to debate
His Excellency’s speech or voice
tiny opinion which he felt to ex-
press, but he did not think it was
competent for them to reply to
an Address, expressing the view

that provision should be made a Fe ec j Re
ior iri ation without examining ”: ar gee a re eee
he question and without going je use OF Veh eT
into it at all cenaries The Repert re
Yer called that Jepanere troop
, xcellently — f¢
Out of Place had fought excellently fo
He felt that it was a little out the French in 1946 and i94
of place to do that, and said that The Report tid that th
fter all “the question of irriga- Germans — in the Forei-
tion is a technical one which is Legion had also fought we

being






worked on by the Govern-
ment,” and should be feft to the
people who look after the indus-
try to deal with it., He did not

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planters and other

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POLICE TR > ¢ < for permis ion to sell Spirits, Malt Liquors
Barbados-Jamaica Cricket aerac Bey LES Owe z &c. at a board and shingle shop with
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1 In these Rules am

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CAR. Ch Set Gadon i vants rooms in yard. — | 5. etwee " a. i — ie! all for ‘Applicant
jae eenineeet Se reer Oke, Inspection by appointment with the Bet n the hours of 11 a.m, and 6.30 p.m. no vehicle shall} 3 — —This application will be consid-
vited 13.1.52-4n | Undersigned. be parked in Fontabelle Road from the junction of Lakes Folly to the | ered at a Licensing Court to be held

The property will be set up for sale Police Court, Dist. “A on Friday

a

Office







by Public Competition at our

CAR-—Small }
mall Morris 8 Touring Car, in Sartes Street, Bridgetown, on

Friday

good working condition, good tyres.
Consult J, Downie, near Bibys Gap, 18th instant. at 2 p a
Halls Roed, St. Michael. 13.1 52—2n YEARWOOD & BOY as 52—7n

a
CAR BARGAINS—One Morris Oxford,
ne 1,600 miles, One Standard Vanguard,

fone 2,600 miles. One SM1500 Singer

jone 5,500 miles. One Singer Roadster

PROPERTY AT CHEAPSIDE
One large substantially built two
torey wall building just below the
public market, standing on 54.000 sq.)







tr, ¢ ¢ 1,900 miles th bove are all in : ae “8
xeellent condition. Phone 4435, Redman : a aa wn = one me jo wa
»ylor : 52 aitable as a gues se or bo
« eee sae 8 ed Priced to sell Apply to D'Arcy A |



15 1,.52—2n |

“The “undersigned will offer for sale to |
public competition at their office on
Friday the 26th January at 2 p.m

A Stone wall dwelling house standing
on half an acre of land at London Road
Brittons Hill. Dwelling house comprises
open Verandah, Drawing and Dining
Pooms four bedrooms, kitchenette, toilct

Scott, Magazine Lane.



VAN—One 1937 Chevrolet Van in good
working order apply C. E. Stoute Court-
esy Garage. Phone 4569.



16, 1. 62—In

ELECTRICAL





ELECTRIC STOVE: (Small) with one



yi plate and oven Phone: Mrs. Me!-| and bath. Government water installed. |
ile 2660 16.1.52—in For inspection apply on the premises

to Mrs..A. F. King the owner any day
DEEP FREEZE-One second hand] between the hours of 8 to 5

NESTCOLD Deep Freeze in good work-

















draught
Vale, St.

ring, driving. or
Sweet

Apply to
George
13.1,52—2n

For further particulars and Condition | __________
condition Apply Hastings Hotel} of Sale apply to:— :
titel 11.1.52—6n HUTCHINSON & BANFIELD |
- Solicitors,
ny James Streci. |
LIVESTOCK "2.1.52—6n |
—<—<—__——_——
| NKEY & GIG with Harness, Tele- AUCTION }
j chone 0117 16.1.52-1n] —————— —-
~~ i HAVE been instructed by the Gover!)
| NY —One Tstud). Suitable for} ment in Executive Committee to sell |
Seawell Airport on Thursday next the |
|
|

17th at 2 p.m., One Fordson Tractor. It

Crichlow,
iron wheels

has new spare tyres and
Terms cash,
D'ARCY A. SCOTT,
Government Auctioneer
12.1 52-——4n



MECHANICAL

MACHINE—-One
wing machine



De Luxe treadle Singer
in perfect condition used



|

|
UNDER THE SILVER (*

{



riy by owner equipped with motor at-
cament & all other attachments belo’ HAMMER
& to same. For particulars Phone
16, 1. 52—5n NEWSPRINT }

By recommendations of Lloyds Agents |
we will sell on PRIDAY the 18th at
S. P. Musson, Son & Co, Lid. Waie-|
house, Pierhead, 8 Rolls Newsprint |
Sale 2 o'clock. TERMS CASH |
BRANKER, TROTMAN & CO.

Auctioneers |
16,1,52—2n |
————_—_—_—

UNDER THE IVORY HAMMER I:

MISCELLANEOUS

ANT OURS -— Of every deseription

i China, old Jewels, fine Silver

colours, Early books Maps, Auto-
‘rophs ete.. at Gorringes Antique Shep

i loining Royal Yacht Club.

‘ 3.10.51—t.f.n
———————











AGRICULTURAL FORKS: Limited fy instructions received from the |.
uantity going fast Secure your re] Insurance Co., I will sell om Friday

Uirements without delay Dial 2090—] January 18th, at Messrs Gen..al Motor |
'ordware—B'dos. Bus Co., Nelson Sst 41) «#1950 A- -40 |

Co-op. Cotton Factory
16.1. 5@—3n

hon Austin Car. Damaged ate accident) Sale

at 2 p.m, Terms Cash
Rock Plantation, St. Peter. VINCENT GRIFFITH,
18.1.52--6n Auctioneer.
ees | 15,1.52—4n





‘nouire Auto Tyre Company, Trafalgar
Phone 2696.
12,1.52—t.f.n.

Spry Streets.



NOTICE
PARSSH OF ST. JAMES

At a Vestny election held by me .on
January 4th 1952 at the Vestry Room,
St. James, the following Vestrymen were
elected to serve for the year 1952
Mr. J. H, WILKINSON 9 votes

Mr S A. WALCOTT
Mr. W. H. WALCOTT



OVEN--The “Wonder oven the little
mn of the stove oven that bakes, roasts,
tows, and does everything an ordinary
ven will do but does it in less time and
Fitted with
indicator only $9,
Harrison's



“we economically.
‘uilt in heat
btainehte from
Broad street

special
74 each
Hardware

store,



Mr. J, N. CRICK
me 16. 1, SBN} yy AL, JORDAN
“One SPRAY PAINTING OUTFIT Mr. B Sta HOLDER
» . ur. C, G, MASSIAH
erfect condition Apply: S. A. Me-
. Mr. A, G. JOHNSON
skie, Phone 2049 or 4155 =
18.1 $a—2n|Mr. S. MASSIAH
i Mr C. B. SEARLES
were elected,
SANATOGEN WINE—Contains all the Mr. STANLY JORDAN 155

tive principles of Sanatogen in a

CORN—At
GALVANTSED SHEETS — A_ limited
ntity, 24 quage, 6 ft. $5.60, 10 ft. $9.33.
["s Mr. L, S. BAIRD 150





Seaae ant form, Tonic and Restorative B -
‘NIGHT'S LTD Tene an | ME. Be TAYLOR, "
feordive Bunpies, Kittens ete ¢! °% Pk
;e NIGHT'S LTD, 15.1,.62—2n NOTICE
‘ PARISH OF ST. PETER
| TORNADO International K.41. Beaut!- At an Election held on January 14

i condition, excellent equipment. good

1952, the undermentioned ten (10) per
cine record. Cost $700.00 now $500.00.

ons were declared duly Elected to





i!
|| No offers. Hicks, Telephone 3189, | serve as members of the Vestns for the |
| 18.11. 51—t.f.r | veor 1952
i 1 Charles Henry Perey Jordan

TYRES—At last, now obtainable 2, Thomas Eustace Corbin

rbados, the famous BTR truck a 8. Thomas Smith Chandler

snd at reasonable prices, See 4. Egbert Lawrence Bannister
new showroom or dial 4611 5. Cyril Amos Thornton

R. Hunte & Co., Ltd.
18.1.52-—

Audley Albert Gill
George Griffith Granville Gill
Gilbert Calvert Parris












Percy Pile Whitehead
ion. Phone: Mrs, Melville 2660 10 Dennis Winstone Jemmott
ieee HENRY M. HENDS,
UNIFORM I NEN In all useful shades Sherifi
ices 50c., 85c,, Sl. O84 & $1. 1) per] 16.1.51—In
a get it from Kirpalani, 52 Swan
NOW and SAVE = ——— Nee
any IS HEREBY GIVEN that the partner
ship lately subsisting between us tt
NEW and Revewed Streamlined undersigned Harold Whitfoot Clark
nd simpler Vanities, Stools, Ward Peter Albert Kenneth Tucker and Charl
robe Redstend Beds, Springs. ee ee oe Whitfoot Clarke cartying on the busine
Taths--Mo Tub Rush nd buile and contractors under U

|
tyres
em at our
5027 K
WOOD & COAL STOVE in perfect con-
|
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POPPE LPLPPPPSESPPS POLL LEELA LALIT

STOP THOSE LEAKING TAPS WITH

HOLDTITE TAP WASHERS

‘sin. AND OBTAINABLE



‘4 in.

AT

CENTRAL EMPORIUM

Cnr. Broad & Tudor Sts.
0) CFV OOOSSOSON 55S OC90SS SOO SOSSSS SS HOOOCSSOOF,

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OPES



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-

i ccinlcnthet ike he e300 “TREO N
Canadian National Steamshipe :

4S AACS PSSOO>

junction of Westbury New Road. &
6. After 5 p.m. all vehicles leaving Kensington Oval shall do so

a.m
abe « E. A. McLEOD, *
by way of Fontabelle Road. Police Magistrate, Dist. “A”
7. Between the hours of 5 p.m, and 6.30 p.m. no vehicle shall] 16.1 52-1!»

enter Fontabelle Road from the direction of Lakes Folly except motor-
buses on route No. 25 and all vehicles approaching Kensington Oval



ber of the Police Force.
Made by the Governor-in-Executive Committee this 14th day of
1952

Large Commission and
Shipping office requires ex-
perienced salesman to sell
Dry Goods and/or Hardware
and handle correspondence.

January,
By Command,
J.C, KING,

Clerk, Executive Committee Good Salary for right per-





Apply by letter to P.O
Box 108, Bridgetown.
13.1.52—4n.

SHIPPING NOTICES



ROYAL NE ROYAL NETHERLANDS | g%=20trossrresesenco,

Th M/V “CARIBBEER” ty
STE AMSHIP co. ac’ cept Cargo and Passengers “for
} FROM EUROPE Dominica, Antigua, Montserrat,



Agents



| FOR SALE









y IN Sails Sails Arrives Sails imc oe peal
Sas Halifax Boston Barbados Barbados
\DY NELSON" 12 Jany. 14 Jany. 2% Jany. % Jany BUNGALOW.
‘CANADIAN CRUISER” 28 Jany. ane 6 Feby. |7 Feby. Partly Stone and Lath and
‘LADY RODNEY"’ ‘11a Feby. 15 Feby. 24 Feby. 25 Feby. Plaster, comprising 3 Bedrooms,
LADY NELSO 27 Feby. 29 Feby. 9 March 10 March Dining and Living Room, Verandah
CANADIAN CRUISER” 14 March — 23 March 24 March Kitchen, Toilet and Bath, Garage.
Sate ” ‘Arit aaives Situate at Rockley, about 150
N HBOUND Arri rrives rrives yards from the sea.
ere Barbados Rarbados Boston St. Jebn Halifax a
‘LADY RODNEY" .%4Jany. WJany. 2Feby. 3 Feby. 6 Feby. CHURCHILL
“LADY NELSON > Fiuy. 1 Fepy. | Feby. 17 Feby. 20 Feby Stone Bungalow, comprising 3
“CAN, CRUISER" 20 Feby. 21 Feby ~ 28 Feby. 1 March Bedrooms, Dining and Livine
“LADY RODNEY" .. @ Mareh 9 March 20 March 21 March 24 March Room, Verandah, Kitchen, Toilet
LADY NELSON" ;22 March 24 Marchi 2 April 4 April 7 Apri! and Bath, Garage. Situate at
“CAN. CRUISER’ . 4 April = 7 April -- 14 April = 17 April Maxwells, Christ Church,

SUNCREST

Modern Bungalow on approx-
imately 16,000 square feet of land,
overlooking Golf Course with view
down to the sea: comprising 3
Bedrooms, Drawing and Dining
Room, Kitchen, Spacious Games

For further particulars, apply to--

GARDINER AUSTIN & CO., LTD.—Agents.



ante liar ert



| HARRISON INE Room underneath, also. Garage.
} I 4 Servants’ Room with Bath and
i Toilet,
i a. ee 4 Hockley ew Rosas
? Cy : on ‘Ox-
i} OUTWARD FROM THE UNITED KINGDOM imately 19,000, square feet of land,
y Magnificent view including Golf
Course, 3 Redrooms, Drawing and
Due Dining Room, Kitchen.
| Vessel From Leaves Barbados Downstairs: Garage _ Servants’
| Room with Bath and Toilet, and
|S.S, “BICFRAPHER” ». Glasgow Bist Dee. 2Ist Jan, enough room for Laundry or
. ae . Loses 5th Jan. 17th Jan. Workshop.
. “DEBRETT” .. Liverpool 6th Jan. 18th Jan, BUNGALOW
. “TRIBESMAN” .. M/brough & o ising 3 Be
London lith Jan. 30th Jan. adjoiring. ‘Toilet ct ‘na







also @ separate Toilet and Bath,
Dining and Living Room, large
Vermviah on West and medium
size »atio to the East, Kitchen,
2 Servants Rooms with Toilet and
Bath, Garage. Situate at Graemr
Hall Terrace, and standing om
Soe cet 22,000 square feet of
and.

HOMEWARD FOR THE UNITED KINGDOM

For Closes in

Barbados

Vessel







For further Information apply to .. .
| : BUILDING

ine Warehouse and Buildings situate

DA COSTA & CO., LTD.—Agents at Marhill Street, Bridgetown,

adjoining China Doll Restaurant,

standing on approximately 10,000

square feet of land with a frontage

wy of approximatey 120 feet . on
§ Marhill Street.








2 @ This building is very suitable for
5 cs dividing and renting into small

5 Lne stores or large Textile Factory, or
{ &y any Factory.
5
5 se LAND
) pH 2 Approximately 18,000 square feet
} 2 { of nd with one large and one
i oo —— Se a eee ate thereon,
c ie ge Ti A TE G uy E auc Crumpton ‘Street ane ose
i} site to James A. Tudor & Co., This
} SAILINGS TO SOUTHAMPTON AND FRANCE Wik a emake. montane ot
Via Bled and is suitable for ware-
» MARTINIQUE AND GUADELOUPE
» “COLOMBIE” 21st January, 1952.
i “COLOMBIE” 2nd March, 1952. FOR RENT
\‘ “COLOMBIE” 13th April, 1952. One 3 Bedroom Bungalow sit-
} SOUTH-BOUND AND CRUISE uate at Garden Gap, Worthing,

Call at: Trinidad, La Guaira, Curacao, Cartagena,
Jamaica

“COLOMBIE” 10th January, 1952.
“COLOMBIE” 20th February, 1952.
“COLOMBIE” 2nd April, 1952.

Accepting Passengers — Cargo — Mail.

K. M. JONES & €O.. LTD.—Agents.

REALTORS Limited

REAL ESTATE AGENTS
AUCTIONEERS
VALUERS

BUILDING CONTRACTORS
151/152 Roebuck Street,
Bridgetown.
Phone 4900
16. 1, 52—2n

FOR SALE

OFFERS INVITED for (subject to prior sale) Surplus pure bred and
highly selected grade British Friesian Bulls from the Exchange Dairy
of Caroni Limited, Carapichaima, Trinidad, B.W.1.

1. “CARONI VICTOR” Pure bred 3 years old

ie

“CARONI COMMODORE” Pure bred 1% ”
Highly Graded 13 months

“CARONI SERGEANT” ... ‘its do 12

“CARONI CAPTAIN” _....

“CARONI CHIEF” Sie bes do 11
6. “CARONI CORPORAL)” .... is do 3 ”

\ All above bulls are Bovine Tuberculosis tested.



“wf &



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WEDNESDAY, JANUARY I6," 1952



OFFICIAL NOTICE



| BARBADOS. IN THE COURT OF OBANCERT
Th pursuance of the Cl © Act 1906, LT do hereby gis to all persons
having or clafming any estate right or interest to any len or brances in or

the 25th day of January 1952 at 11 o'clock |

shall do so from the direction of Westbury Road.
} 8. Drivers of vehicles shall obcy all orders given by any mem- WANTED





affecting the property hereinafter mentioned (the property of the defendant) to
bring before me an account of their claims with their witnesses documents and
vouchers to be examined by me on any Tuesday or Friday between the hours of
12 noon and 3 o'clock in the afternoon at the Registration Office, Public Butidings,
Bridgetown, before the 4th day of March 1852, in order that such claims
may be reported on and ranked according to the nature and priority thereot
respectively otherwise such persons will be precluded from the benefits of any

| decree and be deprived of all claims on or against the said property.

| situate at St

| ing on a place called or known as Sea View Hotel,

Plaintiff: ENA MAY GALE
Defendant: CLARA ALSOP GALE

e : FERSTLY ALL THAT certain messuage or dwellinghouse called
PARADE VIEW” with the land whereon the sume stands and thereto belonging
Anns, The Garrison in the parish of Christ Church in this Island
containing by admeasurement 650244 Square feet or thereabouts butting and bouna-
on lands formerly of Mary Ana
Cooper, but now or late of Frank Craig, and on the public road or howev-r else
the same may butt and bound SECONDLY ALL. THAT certain messuage dwelling-
house or store situate in High Street in the City of Bridgetown in this Island

fand numbered 15 in the said Street together with the land whereon th. same

|

{

|
|

M.S, r January 1952 Nevis and St, Kitts, Sailing Friday | |
ss COTTICA—25th January, 1952 18th inst. ORIE
MS STENTOR—ldth February, 1952 The M/V “CACIQUE DEL
SAILING TO PLYMOUTH AND CARIBE” will accept Cargo and SOT IVENIRS
AMSTERDAM Passengers for St. Lucia, St
MS) ORANJESTAD--29th January, 1952 Vincent, Grenada and Aruba.
SAILING TO PARAMARIBO AND Sailing Wednesday 16th inst. CURIOS, ARTS
BRITISH GUIANA The M/V “DAERWOOD" wil) VENDEMOS, SEDAS,
Soa ee EON en sexu 1008 | att cat eet. wiseeey Grama JOYERIAS Y ARTISTICAS
. st t, rena
1%. AOAMMENIOAS, PRMAURRIDS |B te ee St eee be CURIOSIDADES, TRAIDOS
sn niamuenomii ae i notified. DE LA INDIA CHINA e
Ms | january,
S. COTTICA—Lith February, 1952. R.W.1. SCHOONER OwnEns' ' EJIPTO
SAILING TO TRINIDAD AND ASSOCIATION (INC.) THANI’S
CURACAO Consignee. Tele. No. 4047
M.S. STENTOR—28th Februany, 1952. x .
S. P. MUSSON, SON & CO. COBO LM . Wm. Hry. St. Dial 3466

| enareepmmanmenanasees!:|




stands and thereto belonging containing by admeasurement 1116 square feet or
thereabouts butting and_bounding on the premises known as Number 156 Roebuc k
Street and 14 High Street and on the premises known as No. 16 High Street and on
High Street aforesaid or however else the same may butt and bound AND
THIRDLY ALL THAT certain piece or parcel of land ee the dwellinghouse
thereon called “BARTICA” containing by admeasuremeht 9016 square feet or
thereabouts (formerly part of two acres and thirty one perches) and also 840
square feet of the public road situate in or near the district called the Cocornut
Walk beyond the district called Hustings in the said paris, af Christ Church in
this Island butting and bounding on !ands now or late of one Mrs: Inniss, on the
Sea, on lands now or late of Marcus Grannum et al, and on the Public Road or
however else the same may butt and bound Together with the messuages or
dwelling houses and buildings and all other the erections and berildings on the
said respective parcels of land erected and built standing and being with their
appurtenances.

Bill filed: 3rd December, 1951.

Dated: 31st December, 1951



H. WILLIAMS
Registrar-in-CBpncery.
; 1.1.53—4n

EAL ESTATE

Property & Land
FOR SALE



JOHN M. BLADON & Co.

| AFS., F.V.A.
| Real Estate Agents, Auctioneers & Building Surveyors
| "Phone 4640 i Plantations Building.







| REALTORS — LIMITED.




Cable Address
“ Realtors’

—

REAL ESTATE AGENTS,

Nt
\¢

AUCTIONEERS,

VALUERS,



BUILDING CONTRACTORS.

151 & 152 Roebuck Street,

Telephone No. 4900.



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SRG PP PDO PPL IPO EN,

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We'll Check Your

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Let us reverse flush your radt-
ator, check your thermostats,

nspect and replace hose u



needed, tighten cylinder heads,

and manifold and adjust fan

|

-

belt. Then you'll be sure your

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car will perform on the hottest

“

days without overheating.





% | 1. Ford-Trained Mechanics

2. Ford-Approved Service Methods
3. Genuine Ford Parts

4. Special Ford Equipment

Firestone

The Fyre with Built-in Dopendability ‘

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McEnearney

& Co. Ltd.

OFFICE 4493 WORKSHOP 4203
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WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 16,1952 BARBADOS

HENRY

BY CARL ANDERSON












SPADONI'S TOO SMOOTH
HE KNOWS SOMETHING.






THERE'S SOME CONNECTION







\
WHAT MAVE

BETWEEN FLAME ROYAL} You DONE
AND SHINER DAWSON. WITH MISS
FLAME?

IM CERTAIN OF iT. all



ME SEEMED MIGHTY
ANXIOUS TO LOCATE




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ARE, DEAR )} |HAVE FIVE CENTS FCR 4
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BY FRANK STRIKER
1 HAD TO KEEP AHEAD OF YOU, SHERIFF BECAUSE TONTO SEN ILLGIVE #Y HOLD ON! IVE Mone ad

AND | WERE FOLLOWING THE MEN WHO REALLY KILLED “THE RAILROAD EST C

DETECTIVES! ONE OF THE THREE KILLERS 1S STILL OUTSIDE “THIS CAVE! - \

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ANN HOUR LATER, HELP ARI
ANOTHER COMPANY PLANI






RIVES IN THE FORM OF
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I CAN FLY THIS PLANE
OUT...BUT YOU'P BETTER ¥
TELLEM WE NEED ANOTHER

ONE FOR YOUR DEAD PILOT
AND T.NT. AND His
CARGO /











MEPCO VILL PUT ME UP TILL
I CAN ARRANGE PASGAGE FOR .
MYSELF UND THE VIKING TREASURE /








BY GEORGE MC. MANUS

| UIGGS - DEAR - WILL YOU | M2. JIGES- THE DINNER IS RUINED/ |
ASK THE COOK NOT TO THE MEAT IS SHRIVELED UP - THE |
MAKE SO MLICH NOISE ? MILK CURDLED AND THE CAKE I |
| sHES INTERFERING WITH J — WAS BAKING FELL>- , —
7 My SINGING ! — _--

—_






















AH, A WOTAAN OF SPIRIT! Y S
YOUR SLAPS ARE APALTRY) 0
PRICE TO PAY FOR THE

SWEETNESS OF YOUR






ORTY LITTLE KINGDOM

1 HATE you

I THINK «as



HO+HO+YOU GOT NERVE
FOR A LITTLE RUNTS



BCY! I'LL TAKE CARE OF YOUR

BACK TO YOUR TABLE, SOLDIER
LADY FRIENDS f



ADVOCATE

PAGE SEVEN



ASTHMA Fi S

Loosened Firs! Day
























THERE’S DANGER
IN THIS WORM












r
da c
DACO

RHEUMATISH
and agonising
.. BACKACHE





Once these worm-eggs pass into a mixing with the mash

| The common earthworm is harmless in poultry and poor production in the lay.
| itself, but it often acts as a ‘carrier’ of Preatment with ‘Phenovis’ is th

the eggs of caecal worms and round- way of preventing worm infestatk
worms. ‘Phenovis’ is made in powder form i
|

|

bird’s intestines, they rapidly develop, Order from your Chemist or A

cultural Merchant

‘PHENOVIS’ pisrersisie rownry

TRADE MARK

and may lead to unthriftiness in fattening Sufferers from
Obstinate Fheumanicn wit
e interested in
complaints the experience
related n this

relieved by wan's letter :—
“Some years
KRUSCHEN ago I began to
feel rheumatism

in my arms and shoulders. Then
ains started in the small of my
ack, increasing until they were
really severe. bought a bottle
of Kruschen and was surprised to
find that I got a little relief. I
bought another and before it was

An LC.I. Product

“*“PHENOVIS”

BRAND PHENOTHIAZINE



finished all my pains had gone
and from that day Qiave not
appeared again. My co were
obstinate and the relief really
surprised me.”—T.R

Rheumatic pains and backache
are usually the result of poisons
in the blood—poisons which lazy
bowels and tired kidneys are
failing to expel For these
complaints there is ho finer
treatment than Kruschen Salts,
which cleanses all the internal
organs, stimulates tham to nor-
mal healthy action and thus
restores freshness and vigour.

All Chemists and Stores_seld
Kruschen. °

AYS YOU TO DEAL HERE

SPECIAL offers to all Cash and Credit Customers for Monday to Wednesday only








IT P







SPECIAL OFFERS are now ®vailable at our Branches Tweedside,
Speightstown and Swan Street
Usually NOW Usually Now
Tins Raspberries 77 7 Tins Wall's Oxford Sausages 69 6O
Pkgs. Jac. Cream Crackers 49 30
Tins Classic Cleanser 24 21

Boxes of Meltis Figs of Dates $1.20 box.

ae SCOTT & Co. Ltd. Broad Street,

THE

Peanuts (Per lb.) 38 34
Pkgs. Lux Flakes 26 22





COLONNADE GROCERIES





ROBERT THOM. LTD.

announce with pleasure their appointment



as sole Agents in Barbados

for the world famous

TIDE WATER
w= ASSOCIATED
OIL COMPANY

17 BATTERY PLACE MNEW YORK 4.N Y-US A





| A complete range of premium quality automotive engine oils, gear oils
and greases will be arriving in the island within the next few days and

will be available at all leading garages.

FOUND WHEREVER FINE CARS TRAVEL





PAGE EIGHT



By O. 8,

COPPIN

THE ARRIVAL of the Jamaica team to play a series
of two Tests the first of which opens at Kensington Oval
tomorrow, recalls to the minds of the senior cricket fans
among us, Jamaica's last visit to Barbados over a quarter
of a century ago—January 1925—to be exact.

Cricket fans have been insistent that | produce some
sort of a refresher of that tournament before the Jamaicans

go into battle tomorrow.

Unfortunately I was among the
§uniors at that time and so the
tournament meant little or nothing
to me. However I have been busy
among such records of the* games
as they are and I have got some
information that should be suffi-
cient to help those fans who saw
the games relive some of the best
moments and make those who did
not see them aw fait with this sec-
tion of the history of the game in
Barbados.

Three Games Drawn

The Jamaicans played three
three-day fixtures against Bar-
bados and all were drawn. The
first opened at Kensington on 7an-
uary 2ist, 1925. The Jamaican
team was captained by R. K
Nunes, now President of the West
Indies Cricket Board of Control
and the Barbados team by the late
Sir Harold Austin.

Having won the toss the
Jamaicans elected to bat. They
created a good impression for they
oceupied the Kensington wicket
for the entire day scoring 251 for
4, F. R. Martin, later one of the
West Indies star batsmen, top



Scott top seored with 94 while
C. M. Morales’ 73 was the next
best score. Other good supporting
innings were F. A, Foster 46, R. K.
Nunes 42 and J. K. Holt 45.

The Jamaican innings took the
entire day and Barbados was given
no chance for victory and this
game too was left drawn.

The third and final mutch open-

ed in perfect weather conditions
and Jamaica having won the toss

elected to bat. They were very
low and cautious however and

took almost the entire day over
inaking 188 in their first innings.

Good Bowling
bowler H. C. Griffith 3 for
i overs and slow spinner
L. G. Hoad 3 for 66 in 31 overs
ere in fine form and were chiefly
responsible for pinning the visitors
down to a small score.



Barbados began their first in-
nings late in the evening and had
19

red 23 without lass by close of
play.

Third Game Drawn Too



BARBADOS ADVOCATE

Looking Back on Jamaica's 1925









WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 16, 1952

Soe ee eterna

istt To Barbados



RAMADHIN INCIDENT

$75 Donkey Dies
After Accident

A donkey valued $75, owned by
Kichurea Carter of Charnocks,
Christ Church, died after it was
involved in an accident at Char-
nocks Road, Christ Church, near
St. Bartholomew's Church, on
Monday afternoon.

Also involved in the accident
was motor car M 703, owned by
DeLisle Dear of Hastings, Christ
Church and driven by Gerrad
Chesley of the Ocean View Hote!,
Hastings. One of the car’s head-
iights was damaged.

The Police were informed that
the donkey ran from the direction
of Carter’s residence on the ieft
side of the road across the road
and struck the right front fender
of the car. It died shortly after-
wards.

The brakes of the car were
tested and found to be in order. ;



Handbag Taken
With Contents

A handbag valued $14, contain-
ing a cigarette case valued $5, a
lighter valued $10, a purse con-
taining $1.44, two keys, a compact
case, a pair of lens and a comb,
total value $46.72, was stolen from
the office of Messrs, Carrington
& Sealy between 1.00 and 3.15 p.m. |
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Jamaica Secred 411

Next day Mar-
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vernight score
0 195 while
‘oster (61) and
» C. Scott (47)
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by E. L. G. Hoad
for 150 not out
at number one
and a wseful
supporting = in-
sinings of 42 by
xe@o0rge Chal-
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put up 272 for
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wick and de-
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AT im Tarilton E. L. G. Head one wicket for Glands Made Youn
opened the Bar- 36 runs by close of play.
bados inning Jamaica batted until 5.12 p.m. Vi R KEEP YOUR HOME SPIC AND SPAN
P. H. Tarilton and the skipper declared his in- gour enewe i
after tea and were together at close nings closed, Jamaica had by that | We have a wide range of
of play. The Barbados score was time put up 265 fwr 8 wickets and it out eral or
114 for 0, George Challenor 65 not Barbados was given no time to Tt pot taal oka Gilere your’ Cine. oF
out and Tim Tarilton 43 not make the 182 necessary and this uffer from nerve, brain and physica! - -
out. game too was left drawn. | Weent ATTA tov derecead eadion!
Challenor Scores Doyble SONNY RAMADHIN leaves after a delayed appeal by Hassett. Left to right: Umpire McInnes, | disco which restores youthful vi-
@ On the third cs Johnston, Guillen, Ramadhin, Langley, Ring, Hassett. | sour and vitality Quicker, { than gland Established Incorporated
operations, It is a simple home treat- 1 1926
ind last day of 9 ® nent in tablet form, discovered by an })) 860
»lay Challenor ( Os ims < \merican Deer. Rbofutely harmless '
nd Tarilton put » Jap ‘ tragglers most powerful Invigourator known to | 10 and 11, ROEBUCK STREET.
mn 185 runs for A ‘ain 70 Osi i . .. O icy . ee e Kill Ci ‘li | clenee, Tt acts directly on Your lands,
he first wicket Ss t i iivilian erves, and vital organs, builds new,
ania ; ure blood, and works so fast that you
vefore Tarilton @ From Page sae an 666 and feel new body power anc = => a
vas caught and Barbados golfers were again in change for colonial products but is there has not been the same eeo- MANILA, Philippines, igour in 24 6 St Boe. moggcee OF ~
»owled Rae for good form and defeated Trinidad Piling up debts in currency whicn nomic development supporting Monday, crveg, your brain power, Memory an
‘4. But Chal- to the tune of 23 points to 13 in 18 decreasing in real value, social services such as universal | The Department of National of t often improve amazingly.
enor reaching the Four Ball Best Ball Singles “The problem of steriing pal- education, Defense said that a force of 30 aoe this amasiny 5 new wanes and
1is best form mate which was played at the ances held by the colonies, in owner There is a widespread impres- i ny troops and ae officer has | cuaranteed, It has been tested an.
‘ompiled an un- Rockley Golf Club, Christ Church words the problem of debts repaia sion in the West Indies” the state- ts Co ere ay ae ae ores a ‘hinvat all chemists "here, (et Vl
jJiefeated 237 yesterday. in currency losing its value, is one ment adds, “that a great deal of the akan ; pero e | oa ia up: nite TABS from your chemist today. Put
} Vinile R. Chal- ie tines the tate pata hae which requires an urgent soluticg..” present difficulties are caused by World Spans ” gtrage ers | ee ' to the test. See the bi Saprovem es e@ @
‘enor 46 ‘and 4, ‘bad x i a aa be Peiciden The statement acknowledges the the United Kingdom :peking to Da. ss saat 7 are Tot Friday | inate’ eight: dave, under. the postal
H. W. Ince 58 nee 16m ioe Mess a Tr Rode AC West Indies appreciation of the live at a higher standard of living {°C ee eg another last Sriday- | uarantee that it must make you fu!
helped to carry has points, Messrs T, Rodgers, British connection and in particue than its existing productive power A spokesman said that only four of vigour, energy and vitality and fee!
a'yY Col. R. Vidmer, K, R. Hunte and e P ; me v 7 I nw" Japanese stragglers were observed{ | to 20 years younger or money bac!
the Barbados : in lar membership of the sterling justifies,” ge on return of empty pack Guarantee A Perfect FIT f
§ AQOS DP. Maskell won their matches 48° Membership 0 1g RLCrMNE S on the island and was not believed VISEABS costeiittie and ch ,
. Challenor total to 426 ¢ ad ; ag 0 ¢ ; awaren : 7 ho oe me 8 costs little, and the guar-
t G iets. < 26 for scoring three points each against “ea. It also admits awarencss of Ties With Canada that there is a big force oy antee protects yf
ei vanes and so lead Jamaica their Trinidad rivals while the the grave financial and economic Mr, Gomes statement calls at- Japanese holdouts there, Vi-T abs 7 to every SHAPE.
re soning, The game was only Trinidadian with a three problems facing the sterling area tention to the West Indies need for —U 4 Restores Manhood and Vitality
. point victory was R. Sellier, He as a whole and the United King- maintaining the traditional ties of | _——_______ — ae
The second match was begun on beat B. Wybrew. ; dom in particular friendship and commerce with) === n%
an fae ae Barbados had ‘The ' Barbados ladies won all Grave Problems Canada and calls attention also to e i
Me oar : a eae ie aC of their matches yesterday But it emphasises that proposals the increase in the price of exports D Ri eo 34
MAYER Oz » Tari to overcome existing economic and |from the United Kingdom en. oes your oof need Sa
EP sctnae eee H. B. ape financial difficulties by limitations |pared with exports from the Wect ; We have PS
ity ance aving won the toss ef imports and reductions of in- | Indies. i e f .
Barbads sent Jamaica in to bat W ° n ee oe : tat ; P. aS
ASCE at, r vestment would create grave social It concludes: “The West Indies ow aintin it 7 /
Dr, Skeete Bowls Well hat son Today problems in the West Indies, bring-|Mave in fact been experiencing & done wt in A
Chiefly due to Police Courts and Courts of ing in their train political unrest. | growing difficulties in meeting the a Sg
the bowling of Original Jurisdiction fighter control of credit policy |rising cost of imports ever since SR a nee See ae the PAST. N@y ,
Dr. H, E, Skeete 10.00 a.m. in the United Kingdom should not, | devaluation of sterling in 1949.” For the best protection against f .
who took 5 for Police Band Concert at Dis- it is pointed out, cause unemploy- At to-morrow’s meeting Mr Rust and Corrosion use "
15 overs, trict “C” Police Station ment in Great Britain where there |Gomes will be seated with Secre- 1 We can hb {
ed tor 80 sien Ms cm is roy over-employment., Ii tary of State for the Colonies Mr. ME
5 a ay Pas- weuld presumably merely caus¢ yttelton and is expected to ad- : te 2s
R ~ cor - * ture, St, Michael, Jabour to be diverted from one in- | dress the conference. do it all Ri 4 {}
number 8 was dustry to another. RAN Ris }
the best indi- But in the West Indies as a] }&*-@996GSS05S0u0SS: r
vidual score. whole there are no such oppor- g i i the TIME. ;
tunities for re-distribution, as lab-1% }
i ¥
In their turn our is already heavily under-em- 2 10. DAY'S | NEWS HL. ASH }
at the wicket WEATH REPO ployed. % * Goes Farthest —- Lasts Longest _@ ie
ee Barbados scor- A ER RT “The standard of living in the $ SAD ae eee %| Oo Gall ill 700—1,000 feet q -
Dr. H. E, Skeete ed 31 for .the | YESTERDAY. United Kingdom is still beyond] by C. JORDAN THORN $6.00, [| gk mae glpee Ly t Sedn : Rtee dt a ae
icwet loss of Taril~ the dreams of the greater part of } 8 ’ ere 3) _ Stocked in RED, GREY, BLACK !
= ee at the end of the first Rainfall from Codrington: Nil the population of the West Indies’ | % ea a et pena poe % | in drums and tins of Imperial Measure \ P C S$ MAFFEI & CO LTD
ay’s play ae saditl Total Rainfall for month to the statement continues, “The | % e, Medicine, Engineering, % | z : : ‘ an)
Sunday having intervened ue date: .23 in. average Englishman eats ana] o> Tn dustries, etc. $6.00. $ ELE
wicket had recovered considezably dresses far better than does the! % BLUE BAND WARE JUST | T S in Tailorin
when play was resumed on Mon- Highest Temperature: 83.5 °F. sses fa r tha r 4 OPENED. x | LTD op scorers in fatioring
day. Good scores by E, L. Bartlett ‘ : seed 4 ° . 3
who topscored with 61, E. L. G ¥. JOHNSON 'S BFATIONERY “A> | § , _ Prince Wm. Henry Street
Hoad 56, George Francis, 47 and Sane ‘ ri ates x PHONE 4456 — Agents. '
C. F. Browne 59 not out gave Bar- Barometer: (9 am.) 30.010 The West Indies are required tc ’ pieaebtat ttt a
bados the opportunity to declare at (3 p.m.) 29 921 pare restrict capital development, or it })=— ALO COCR | NZEFFIE pan =
281 for 8. Jamaica replied with 54 nthe imports of consumer goods have to |} {
for 2 by close of play. TO-DAY be restricted in the interests of the | || * ° \
sterling area, the necessity will rtd Wh V
Another Draw Sunrise; 6,12 a.m. have to be made abundantly clear | | | | en acationing }
But Jamaica who started with a oar whe pm. i There is a great psychological and || t }
deficit of 201 runs were able to add oon: ull, January 12 social qifference between the popu oO in he Caribbean (
300 fo their overnight total of 54 enna: sae oa 7.20 lations of the West Indies anc @ \ | {{
for 2, for the loss of six additional 3 aria SAB tL Sil sees Great Britain and in the West SN i
wickets thereby putting up 354 for APA FIO 22) MDs 28S Indies there is not the same social .
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4F% ESTAULISHED 1895 I I'RllT I STATE OF EMERGENCY IN CAIRO POLICE USE TEAR GAS TO DISPERSE CROWDS CAIRO, Jan. 14 I) TEAR CAS BOMBS to dispeie stoneI hi owing demonstrators, as 100.000 mourners paraded strews, demanding revenue for the killing ( >f an in Airlines pilot. The funeral march for the pilot, Ahmed Umaet. .st.it uid Hi'it-I %  dto 100.000 persons shouting for ivai i killers of lhe pilot, who was shot dead v. rt< 1 Zone. A slate i.f waigainj was pro%  said thai in most tuts demons! rat fnn>. were filing of %  %  day. Tear gas bomb* were thrown %  ladein and street lamp. with stone* Churchill To Uldreux L'.S. Congi IBM I h u rmlay %  n r.\WA. Jan. 16. Bntisi I Churcnill will return to the i Hi* %  Stab Unlay iiadj ui iim English %  j can )ea>t I 1 • I I bur*dav writing irture rroi i week visit %  Hi' POUM ftrst dravs off the ball, bui were forced lo UBS ge* demonslrators retui I joint-! mf,n lrator? were then dispersed lav—t b >' bomb Some 50.000 spectators watched H tht IO0O0O strong Iti waj over the four* -Alia artb rout for three hours Tinflkyptlan Army and Air Force units participated in the march, while members of the lion Battalions' aio the J" to empnasUt their dem-ind* for revenge The British inmtuni ed l"l mi iii that they had cle* the Cilro-Sues Read again la all civlli.tn trjitu to prevent an %  %  % %  % %  planned F.grptlan guerilla BMaei on ihr British checkpoint at Kilo \ Itrllt-di Joint Service* lommunlque. last nlahl. said thil nor officer and one soldier of Ihr Queen's Own Cameron ltl|hl • nd"r MJ< killed trsterdat In l.rron-i sear lM-B-Behst. the scene British • Inpinn sun battle Saturday. Thf ceauauiilqua said that tertav's skirmish occurred ,opn around near Tel-EI-Kehir road block south of Swretwn anal. It said tint one Egypt .ikilled whin he jumped from Churchill gave a preview of cits „ rivilian bus and Hred four shot ideas at a Canadian Government el British guard* at the Tel-Flstnte bat iquel la i night at which Kebir road block—U.P. be save %  eanfldenl predict-on of Churanill painted no may piclure of the road %  head cither for the free world .i.i whole or for •he worst crl iBut ho raid that through \-.>:k trad Ual he la cotwdeal the West would AID thi' battle rjgalnet Communist imperialism. —t'.P Mr HINV|(\ l HI IK Mill \\ ireless Telephone For Ships Tested Ibn Sand Proposes Mediation Hs K C THAI IK PAHif laa. is. i. i %  i Farouk ond Premier Nahas Pasha opoaal for mod he Angio-F.g.ptian c inflict acottV i.it I letter In King 1 Kabas Pasta %  el out hi "Inn i, | ""%  -' • oftetal reaotSM all tentative P op sals, it 1* d that the Kgyptl n Govern* ail was ronalderbii U to coromun irate their vlewi of Hi" DT blem Shortly lO King II>:1 Saud lb Baud it said to have In* forrned Eg'pt that he had gained exchange^ ith An^lo-A'-icrli ao roprcsenlattvat, that the principle** of evacuation Of tha Canal Zone was to them, though Iti mplernentation would have to be worked out by mutual agreement. Moth the United State* and Britain desire — accord in L to uMse indications thai or the A: R> uritj Pact be linked Uraettl Wtth 'Anglo-Americans", thus apparently no longer insisting exclusively on a K..ur-1'owe, Defence let-un, at tuMttttd In Ute Middle E-ist u. feooi ComrnarHi, prorasasd to *be t; s Brtta I Turte) —t p. III!-esterday that 'bo lest-, were being by :he (Tovornment l BngukSer'a Department After installation of the set on the Investigator, a run will be made arrt tests will l>e carried out shortly. During the day, Mr. C.oddard Of the Government Electrical Engineer's Office was al work erecting the necessary equipmaqi on the Investigator. During the .11 be made ISSal and the shore Mr. Wiles said that a wireleaaiicceamry on board the ve i 1 11 the ship eommunlthe ahorc but could not do so because there was no such House Vote$630 for IJup.k M l ssengi l r U.K. s Message \\ ill He Considered A SIX-MAN BeleM Cosnmlttes of the la KI lain I'mncil. was ajrootntod lo a M—ago from His Kxt-H'vnc.v set" renardiin.' commendations contained fan the Reports in Ihe lint. -Ii i Standing Closer AaaodaU rnittii' and i.f |l i. Che Uniiloation of tha the Brltl-di I Area. log the i are Hon'ble H A. Cuke. II..n lb H. O. Maswah. Hop. .;. [i I Pile. HOSL VT C. Oale, U Evelyn and Hon. Dr. A. S Cato, Mil.\' iiN n M< said ho would bo froWful t< learri at as earlv a date as pOM views of the Hon'ble Coimil on the recorrunendal Committees The House of Assembly passed | i resolution yesterday aunwrlslni cie Savings Bank to pay Mi Jan %  I l-ewls, a retired messenger i of the Bank, a gratuity of $630 0". Dr. Cummin* (Ll said that the H.ink was run by a board and so they had to seek legiaut%  authorsv to pa*, ihe gratult) Uilion was passed without elcbale. Fog Envelopes N.Y. City M.W Vi illK Jan. IS. Heavj i i n "n Ne York City %  lowrlng rail, harboi %  or akycciapei %  i ivcd All Incoming and dep r %  [I • %  were cancelled St I-i "in* ,iv u %  i i .•s agalnai an %  e SSsMnL H I w llampJilrc;— %  %  ^\ in tbi N Han %  the nation Washiacloii:— r %  ine loiillimalioii .[ |hc %  pBOttltI Ambassador lo Ibe Phil | Boartlr: Two lutlcal mil i passsaytTBada %  MI in ti • Mormy Kort P .•<--k ag •. iij-t guard rep < Of Mirvip e a lai i i b.ill-lmin talk with I'resnient Vlru ,i iii leU Ibe i •' %  .1 Assem%  bead. LONDOI ,,iK KURT i .ni/i'.i gjlvaj medal snd pii paied to Ybi k [oi mon %  % %  %  % %  i loyd %  %  amad underwrite)in n i but* to Cap! Cai laei batile to sawa the Aim a ... Plying I 't t i pi it %  Carpenter Cn Murder Charge Remanded ii | ..,,, Mi C L Walu nanil• d c-ril Caahlet u carl Hill, st %  when lw ape ri i %  %  in arged b) UM Polli. i .a i of Ebnlna i i Junuary ll %  • Hill Wl tloll 1 to ihe Hospital on the night „f Jsnu 11 alu i ho bad %  liked into tii> lng with Hanking him. %  aid .1 .1 I I 1 %  l'rc|ui %  iii-.'. For l>ee|>TestIorOil The ttmt sJupmr-nt. of pipe .ind rasing are arriving in flsrhsdopreparatory to the dnllliiH of the Barbados Oulf Oil Cnmpnny'it find deep test. Dr. W. F. Ansr. Manager of the conipsuy told the Advo cste yesterday. H* -aid that the vork of the seismic party who are %  •arching for a suitable location for the abore deep teat Is. tin for innately going very slowly due to tht heavy seas which are being encountered off the es-t tost A satisfactory location for a deep te-t in Barbados is entirely dependent upon the fav our able results of seismic and other geophysical aurvay* Drilling on a random Iocs tlon or on location that l not fully confirmed by thor ougb fMphyideal surveys. would increase immeasurably the chances of a dry or nonproductive hole. It Is most important from the standpoint of the future oil potential of the inland, that the flr-t deep tent be prodnc tive or at leant, that It gives good evidence of possible prodnctlon In the v U.S. To Give France Air, Naval Support If Chinese Attack Indo-china Vt hold (By KDWABD H. Koicim PAHIS. Jar THE UNITED STATES lias promised Fiance air and naval support, if the Chinese Comnnn I %  Inter*! CtfeB U) tli* IndO'Chinese war. and an Itiimedlate Uscrease in the amount of arms and shipments to that South-East Asian theatre, according to authoritative French sources. conference in Washing^ 2SlJibedIaatNighl I nit Hull. last week, among VS. British arti French military experts remlted in the plan of action to be taken when and if the Chinese Communists send do Indo-Chum. Details of the plan are Umg withheld, but It was learned that Ihe French Government three weeks ago prepared a top secret bailment which fji-neral Alphonse Juin. head of the Fremh Mission look with him to the Washington Conference. The Report Tin' report maoe these points: 1. The French are "losing' the Indo-Chinese war, despiti the enormous amount of .urns and money beiR apenl thoro. Communist foes control the entire couni and the French can of maintain a "bridgehead" of some 40 miles radr. Hanoi. 2. Rebel equipment is imprn\ ing. and recently two Fre 11 were shot down lire from radar roSdroUed guns, believed to 11 manufactured. The Maolaii a, Oa rre g Mr.a Mtatb.va General Hospital at DIMUI seven o'clock last ini;hi Mifforlng from a stab woun" S-v by the Police Van at % .-i %  akeu lo the Uosi Ronald Wilson, of Wr. I ter at t ii nool, stabbed %  an unknown man at the b> I % %  t night He was taken to the Hospital in a rn* detained. Commissioner Muluwt NUIIIIMI %  %  Brill! h High ('• %  %  i %  ptng ao*M agah st Cnmrri 1 .' %  %  .... I include ill -' -ii> lb i M | killed 1 ilaya la-t July -II Slorm I'eurs Into Cattfortiiesg NIMMIU [SCO 11„ %  M %  lorm ii L i Nevada, i B ra Ha ... |tc hill" rtitb 'I i i .iii.i a t .i,. %  %  mounting With tacri I., ITI tllr r rum i E %  V itn -i.-in 11 % %  II %  %  l thi w. i %  M : i Kill. V Halaa v %  HalaNl ie*> %  rl>uw Enlerprt-.It p. i h] %  Trlrvthioii |nter\ u %  %  i %  N %  I %  il UM KIVIHS P aige.li %  |oo I I p %  1 Vice-Admiral Praises Police Drill Dtepla) W i 1 %  I %  %  %  %  ' %  I %  Ihoul heal r iigi.' not Cll) ol 81 ej i. truek to Colt I train. i r %  8-Alan Committee To Consider 3rd Party Insurance PASBlNti 111. % %  : %  .*obly, im\ .1 lo Ml eivl" '..-"' s > 1 "'' Commitlo* IB-* %  ,1 l IA l ,i | ,. I <.. Kktai I I Positive IV JNeeded "raea Our Uu Qarei .. LX>NOOM THE I tni a Mi socte) u... Ajbt*i C m W..',l 1 ruin.b .. thai Uuv may be %  .. tive polkv of CUts S LlullS when R DOSI is required Weal .i.. i %  Vnt ii .u.,-i the elopmen* I Thrw Schesn e i l 'stoped u 1 %  A %  .mi iliual i i %  %  %  %  n int .111.000 t %  .ri e mil M i %  i.oi and Jan %  i . ... aioA.. >-**•-, it ( %  il ,,,i, ., %  --%  %  i ilread) i i %  ,.I -• of b ... I. %  me wb %  K. Wal %  %  %  M ', p S|m i' i Dl tO >l>. I Commit ... %  %  %  %  i i-onuWI third .... %  ii i %  i. 1 I %  ,b. %  %  ahl i'. %  %  even driver ol -i moti . t ... %  %  age •> i %  %  It W.I i. On the %  %  c i> in.. %  i H Ii imii'lI .k. Close Uorsii.lafes I I III II AN Jan. It, I ... I iiled ai %  'i Bi I"* || ,,,. -.but .1 %  in iI I'll vhich will lake %  i .. both Britain i. ..( Irani id Ki i %  JI.III i t'.r o) n %  I Reds Accuse L.N. Of Bombing ("amp PAKMUNJOM, K. COMMUNI8T8 CHARGED tl d plant ii.c'ibi-ii i CorrQnunist prlaori camp ii North K niijf.t kiliinu .it least ten I'm'. %  %  0 % %  1 • prom] i %  %  de the alleged p Nui Kangdorui which h I .,ii %  %  i Ti-ln 19 KILLED IN COAL MINE EXPLOSION I i\c Hotvpitalized I Hun I'laiu-1'rusli s///r*/./\f, \kt 1 S /Ml ef/TrVTS H I/..1 \< I. I \ ll//\/./> ... \f>. %  ixaition regal I pool %  •l IRK lituliied. a n ol lh%  %  %  NOVA SCOTIA. Jan 15. Di.Mii eV-Ostatni -.'MIII: RM awaka, eagae mt al JX Mr;reor ( OJII Mine \MIII Ihe burned Imdy of ibe Itth .,ti,i inal viettai ti ihe viotenf mialsiajsenid s i aao aiegi here The General Mana-.-er crl Ihe Dominion Coal and Steal %  %  i _,-,. : the 22 min. %  atal -ut. He with the crew until the last b I.flit '' ft) lOSC/fff ti e mine wi btg ,.f th • FOCKET CAl'TOOM (. Ml R| I INI IMI K laltoi %  lb pi n %  %  i %  "Nu Pro i ,. %  i 1 QUADRUPLETS Isi tl week to permit the accumulated cases to L> *< n who crawli i blast occurred n %  f ih %  i r i %  identified 1 after thi %  %  llllY bit ihi fill '.' %  -II fill > I I A UN %  The Tl %  US. SENATF. APPROVE GREECE, TURKEY FOR N.A.T.O' WASHIN ITUK %  wider their'Grecce \-


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WEDNESDAY. JAMVAHY W. B BXRRADAS \tv ur PIGE FIVE 8-Man Committee To Consider 3rd Party Insurance *> I'rwi rage i. to do so, he is allowed a further period ol Ave day*, (nan the dale ,.ie*t in which to produce • r.:ioii % %  HW from an Insurer the amount of any judgment he 1 %  t Aiihilandinji lhat i niss, .1 Since 1935 Mr. On IL> said that Ihe bill M %  i i the baoafll tk third party. but in provide some scrim ly for vbo would and u • damafM if they li.nl .i <. .i—in mi t .ii.I ild therefore h holdings. The matter was discussed on %  lion* ..iid it was agreed M in pimnplt. not only by the ,i b) tinpubUc it wai only a QtMWUon thin ol fatting in %  %  u km Inaurarm .r... it *it i Ihcm. at the same lime fliulnm 0 it %  done, ha aild Ha % %  thai |ual bafora the !-..i House died, the bill was introduced b> MM Laildar <>f Ihe House and discussed. It wim agreed t.i ilien hi but home hon. members said that they did not have lime enough to digest all ihe implicaTh$ session died nnd so the bill had to be rcinlroduced. There re BO new point, IIU, i.m"ndments made in the bill and i mes back to this House form it came last thai there mignt nave otravaratal clause. hut he did "ol intend referring to them iinMII they were raised by ana Hon Kambar. After quoting the objects and reasons of the bill, Mr. Cox said that it compared favourably wttll bUb in Trinidad, BrtUari Guiana and Gambia. The paly dif%  i. that in Gambia, there were no limitations us regards the maximum amount ih it can be paid by third party or parties Ii. general. It was an old act of IhO IK Select Committee? Mr. MolUo ( %  ) %  dd (bat llii'intriHiuccr had said that before the last session died, the bill was discussed and ih it thay on that side of ihe table agreed with the principle of the bill. They still agreed with the principle of Ihe bill. He. In..ever, wanted to throw out the suggestion that Govern111 to • Beleol Committal Than was the nues I ion of he s;iid. All those new Uwi Which were bttnj brought i 'ration in the community %  the economk situation of the island and should UoarwhiDy dealt with. The bill s the introducer said. parUj ihtnllai t.> ones in lirmsh Cuiana, U-K.. Trinidad and .mi so than must have N-cn some diflerence. With that, loarthar with the fact of the pre* -mums, he thought it would be well for them to send the hill to a Mice I conuntttea H .ml that the sending of the bill to a Select Committee did not mem postponing the bill because I M' anxious to see the bill %  tg second reading of the hill. He was, however, urning Hon. Members to lha but -Tier the second (L) said that he regarded the bill as an admirable ..inch, if propei.. would bring about the passing of constructive legislation whereby jellef npom palfl and sutli-nug will be given to impotent pedestrians. He said that the bill might have seemed not to work in U of the third party as Hat Although (he object of the bill was In order, he said, he hoped that the party to derive the bctx-nt would be the third party If thai were not done, it would ba rampant with pitfalls. He felt thai taV two or three weeks g>iiin through Ihe bill Una bj imi so tiidi it wirtild be better than thone which obuinad In British Guiana or Trinidad. He frit that Barbados should set the example | party insurance in ihe i .. Mr. Haynes said that he was supporting the second reading ul the bill but he was in favour ol the sending ol the bill to a Select Committee. He was hoping thai if the bill was sent to l Bl a* Committee, a clause would be introduced similar to one m the Workmen** Com] M A which enabled owners who were liable to appeal to a court if they wore not satisfied. Mr J. C, MetUey (C) said that he agreed with the Senior Member for the City thai the Mil was too complicated to be rushed through with nitfrtadly He fell that it should l Committee in order foi aatatfactton. Mr. fc. \V Rarraw (L> ilrst complin-enled the Junioi Mi St. Philip. Mr. J C. Mottle., for, i and sincere IO.IKIIII BJMach lli.it he did not think am iiu-mlx-i v l tin i ktblk aftai (!. %  ulna oi reading the debate that had been made on the Bill, wool I ate its ramifications "Some members man, ill .ours with the Workn i lion Act, i "Nuthinx can Li Fill U the truth. Wheiea. tinp|| || u motives of the Act h %  %  Mm lar. this A,I puts the MM fmtunalc members -it thi' immunity on an equal foo.ing with tin mare fortunate In so far a* any loss or injuries dua to fatal or otherwise, may be suflarad He said that the Bill ll the user or driver or owner of a motor vehicle against any liability' land he used the i visedly for reasons which he would explain later) raauHlni from accidents in which they might become involved Users of motor vehicles usually protected lhanml*M aicainst personal lo*s or injury by taking out insurance pollCMl But U I no enactment m Ihe laws of this island which made it compulaory for the driver of a motoi rabatse to insure against third pnrty i isk llhwtralurti 1 If I may give a simple illustration. '' he said, 'if Yotll Honi.in wan proceeding In the due course of avanU atortfl one <>i Uw men busy hihwa>s ol this nt> %  in.i %  eroaOM dashed .Hi' % %  lenly and your motor vo* inot insured against Third Party risks, that person would be entitled to go to Ihe Courts of Law and sue Your Honour — I am not being personal in any way --for negligence, for breach of duty of care. "And If that unforti nale pers in. his executor, adminlstr.Coi jr dependents recovered damages, he would then have to go against Your Honour's estate, if Bud. exists, in order to execute the judgment of the Court "If a person like myself enjoying only a modest income was unfortunately involved in an accident with an even less fortunate person, the third part> HIK damages against him would be no better as there would be nothing from whir-h to draw •The whole object of the Bill i< to make sure thai there would be some fund to satisfy Judgment of the court." He said that before damages could be recovered, one would hove to prove conclusively thai the accident was due to the negligence of the person in charge of the motor vehicle, that is why they should define and distinguish Ihe Act before them from Ihe Workmen Compensation Act Any workman injured as a result of an accident during Ihe course of his employment, whether due to his contributory negligence or anyone s else negl.gei was entitled to compensation of right lYaWaaV There are over seven th< I aaM of Workn.. pensation on the t>pe of problems .nues berban aMM ot the DartU %  course of i of the employment, oi ei the injured person wu \ %  M admitted %  amrtAao titled to ootofMiMaUon m lepend etii of UM Law doctrines ot %  Contributor) Negligcnc*** oi 'COSBSBOa m mr On the other hand, in a motor accident case negligence had >r be proved on ihe part of the pei%  an i' whon down ',• .< erxsfulU set up as deleme that ones own negligence in some '.nl'mte-ima* ontributeo to th aoci* dent, one would not be antlUed to recover If ihe drivers ncgl.gence was 99 per cent ol the rause of the accident ami the oi of the injured party one pei lent, the Injure verad aothing al all "Abaolul 'iad to bo proved." he said They therefor* M that although the) were passing an Act ire that an untoi tun.iti ii was iniurai to 90 %  aalntl ha to IKsuccessful m %  Court o( Uw Inauranca CnrnpanMa were not iun on the lines of provident ast* Mdd lnsuram-e Companies always fought cases to the bitter end Even when they h lead lhat they were in the wrong, they fought as a matter of principle and always, resorted to some subtlety in order to escape paying money. Insurance Companies did not like paying money outside the Court and it was only when judgment was pronounced in the Court that liabreucm home i* i aen nu i i he said, -that with the best of i' pled cei '.in Social me..-.ires which h.ve been enaefed m the United K ng> dom for the benetlt of different %  >t ihe community Ancillary In. Ilnl very often we have adopted these measures without looking at the %  uri-irtim an •n ante which already exist In Ihe United Kingdom to make these measures which we tly propose, a re.-lily und I am suggesting. Mr. Speaker, lead of repeatInc H ik" which we have made so many times m the past, an I ilopt ..;.-(..i :i. Centl Ibuton Negllgeni-e \. t lii ,! Ad in the United Kingdom states in nu own an i where MIS aMMteai ocoun whseh rue to Ihe fault or default of one party and partly due %  ;lt or default of the other party, instead of throwing the plamtdl Off Ihe injured party out ol court DecaUM he m some way contributed IO the accident, the Court would !••• entitled to allot ate the damages as it were proportionallv to the proportion of the %  mount each party contributes to lent Therefore, he .... it one wen i leycto and by his negligence contributed only 10 per .( the %  %  %  the ili I,I-I of the motor %  onti ibuted %  being Mnied the right %  the bieyt le i Idei would %  %  %  i rl would gtvan bun bad he not contributed In his ouu accnli i That was the first point which Inbltanded making, he said, but tad to make another point whtoh wee not altogether aarto the issue. At some early date, he said. Ihey would have definitely to i,nieti'l Ihe Hid Mallllenanci* Act, 1B50 and make its provisions more widely known to %  i .f the ((immunity Select CiMiiinittee He said be would assure the rot the City that It had bean and was still the Intention Of ti;e members of his Part) to allow the Bill to go In .< S. Ii-. | I'liTiililitti % %  The Bl the lonimunity h. i to be considered and would alwuvs b considered by members on hit rl le Rouaa who had '..mpedc t people a ii.. ing on .. would not be eoei i party rM %  IOV ruling or wl vehicle .null lie ol arruttti) p H • %  V ol the HIM i lui %  % %  %  in, ted to %  What a Iheie nii^i one claimant HI injure. party C5.00O *„>. even with till: Act on the Statute Hook onlj %  %  I I which ->.. | feel them I ll .med to ng puhiii %  to high as to prohibit ... wa* ao our >lalement ai the Act made it • insure wltl I have to ens* do JUBtkl und ihe Insurance Com| His reebvei ri ndad i Hat : in tin PourU of tinisland, hi cost of litigation in the higheilii stun be made h %  ihan il Well Kcatmicd Mr W, \. Crawtard that both the House and tin con munnv ware oblu i Senna M. his well reaaoned and • contribution io lie SO i li .1 l i the intenti anu i %  %  %  Si wool i run 11".I'll ot til. -.t. Ueorge bad been H iptou the %  ihe Hill before them end ttii Workmen's Compensation Bit! and the diflerence was mdeiu simple On the one hand, tli orker, an ratlt to conipensHtion as of right; (N the other the injured p ilrst to prove nagUgei the company accepted liability It was imDOks.hle f.<< (eiiit.mt. undei U % %  however, to reeort I i giea or arliflces bl habllltj which under the Workn lion Acl It was notion plicated as that was. and it Wgi %  %  Ihe difference ( om,,|i,alcil Indeed. I lie surprising thing about the Workmen' %  Compensation Act was thai although it was supposed to be a sunph \ | pnivid, i mpamattofl for the injured worker, in actual practice, lion; Indeed, It a amll h had given use to %  It That was wh> foi I haslaad Ine m i %  subsiitut %  kunautMi whk ii b more lion "The main point whl. I I R however." be Ihe quesir Wil || recent UmM we have number of laws whl. suranee Coinpal some of us are sinking Ihe Hallelujah ("In.ii. HI :i\'i dr.Kiumor of ihu Hiii M are tta I Companies "It is time that ih< Oovi lie some of tins i i. underwriter i a harvest in thli submit lhat th< Select Commit might welt ranoern itself making reconunei Workmen''. Compefl tn ti > .,nt*. fishing l>oats. th part] insuiaiiei-II UN %  Insurance, and Ihe t> r the in amended Report To Governor Passed By Lt'g. Co. I reas paie 1. %  %  v.-i) little ii .I. %  -oivc ihe I Conipenj l.ong'Trriu Scheme %  I %  %  %  %  n the Re | %  'ion-. Uv illy as to ling luiuls ba added %  %  %  fegi %  %  I %  I Ihe) had Head "i ba Aomin i-n ition Mtw was prep produce I is own Ideas—origin., ideas—distinct IVl m maudaiiiini. therefore oi.) appreciatli-' i Hi bcellency's Wees in their n.piv |( M M .1.' %  %  ti i thai ii • %  j (oi B reply to a speech of the *> to iinort, but he rtl hat rn vMW Of the exceptonal quality of Ih %  BpeaCb. **" Ihj might |ual i ert %  line "r Iw.. Io th Hoi. Mr. Hulson then moved that at 'lie end I t 'he ilrst psra\, gprtsg Men appraclali.in .-I l.il.le i 111 ,;, .Tlolis conlamci Ha Mod it wna not vat much, but at Ihe same time tl would help to inform His Excaltoney of their appreciation. Hon. Mr. Cuko seconded the motion put by Hon. Mr. Hulson. i nd the Council unanirnously ; pproved. Opposing the amendment proposed by Hon Dr. St. John who was seconded by Hon. Mr. Huton. Hon. Mr. H. A. Cuko said it was quiUcompetent for any ir. mbi r of tiu.i Council to debate eney's •pcoch or voice uv onbiion which he felt to express, but he did not think il wa! T.i them to icply to an Address, expr.s.inK the view that provision should bo made lor i rl at ion without examining he question and without goiiii: into it at all. Out ..I PaMS II, felt that n was a little out %  .. no that and %  lhai I of irrigation la a technical one which is l on bv th ment," and should be left to tin people who look after the Mto> Irv to deal with it.. He did not pei for them I ei>lj to Hi K%  ... iln< with all die to tin well Bali Migge-tum put t,M Si John He ai .r.ihle memlx'i walill... to make bl but it w; nut within the function of uV lhat the (lovernal) mono] toi H %  n D Bl John said he unl. the i-unt %  i . i nOI in InAddress hut it it : i" the I i he wool Iment. faj/jnaaangajif Hon Oi A s Cato ill with the pressed by Hon Mr. Cuke, aii said thai the Itoaai should b 1'iiiu, and i : ii st John wanted I particular aspec; ..r hibceitonej Speec h fa %  hi uld bring il up as a separaii .:. i ii itp.iilieiilai nu | rathei than in j %  said lie i icel was Kovciin %  %  %  1 .-. % %  , I to aaj wh.it thaj tboui I not thin %  i noi to formulate %  policy ih.ri Di. st John formally wltl II "in and the Council adopt* Ihe Report ii amended \ ,... .i i., II,. Pr Massiah and paaWad, emhod %  the b ninitt., Rap 'i Naval Support a Hot" Nan i of National Defence onli Handaj bad oActoby denli 'i that u. plane.wendeed %  Mane, .i Manj io. .,i i i.. II,. whom lha franco uai i ad .... full %  i .ippiniiii. lha < %  French hav. UntM ex %  %  National i lying both neb* i n H'IIII I %  i %  s ..1 ,1 ..til, I t.i ...pi. .en'.,' n are I l The From h would wi Icom 'I j %  •'. .lip on-e "lli'-i ri,.. Repcrl i called lhai J pane %  troop had rougi %  %  %  ll pn •..' "i.' ri ltd il il tl .. %  llhood %  %  in, %  ,.f ro tnpne i < r Make a beautiful jelly... with Bird's jelly-de-Luxe! C. I-K, mvjl | wrse Hu,! I lavours brtog inh. cteaf eakaan ei hard ." %  | uteni nii •' i Make eni MnajM .. in nouns: saapas nii I'u'i.H-i mn -' uata aa 11 % %  | > %  i. luw |l.r*a -,,1 BIRD'S rf ^X JELLY-DE-LUXE njiDl BT TH! 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Parbados &

WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 16, 1952 PRICE : FIVE ¢

~ ; + ; 8-Man Commitiee
‘STATE OF EMERGENCY IN CAIRO “6 Consider Src
POLICE USE TEAR GAS, x wave ms om | Party insuragee

TO DISPERSE CROWDS

CAIRO, Jan. 14. . “reeaabaeth
POLICE USED TEAR GAS BOMBS to disperse stone-





ESTABLISHED 1895















AFTER PASSING the Second Reading of a Bill to
make provision for the protection of Third Partie ae again &
risks arising out of the use of motor ve shieles, and t or pur-
poses incidental thereto, the House of Assembly yesterday
sent it to an eight-man Select Committee.





‘he Members of the Select Committee ar h
throwing demonstrators, as 100,000 mourners paraded Ibn Gaal G a, oh ae (L), E. D. Mottley (E), W. A. Craw t (C)
Cairo streets, demanding revenge for the killing of an 1. A. Williams (L), E. W. Barrow (L), A. B.S. Lewis (b)
Egyptian Airlines pilot. P “ Can (L). a P C. Goddard (E)
The funeral march for the pilot, Ahmed Ismaet, started roposes rhe Select Committee
quietly, but swelled to 100,000 persons shouting for revenge riginally intended to compt!

> « °
t cy uit of W a 7g
aig wet | Positive
vwcluded. He aid that there wer

i mber -@f legal brai Hy :
x thé Committees but there Pe > Age

« of one who was far \ A»

t nsurance and Mr, Goddat
id be included as one of the N ded
mittee 4 < , ;

Mr. E. K, Walcott had beer
ed 1 member of the Com

against the killers of the pilot, who was shot dead yester-
day in the Canal Zone.



Mediation

PARIS, Jan. 15.
King Ibn Saud of Saudi Arabia
has approached Egypt's” King
Farouk and Premier Nahas Pasha
with a proposal for mediation in
he Anglo-Egyptian conflict ac-

Ric state of emergency was pro-
’ as > claimed here, and police sources
Churchill Toe said that in most cities of Egypt,

demonstrations were timed to

a

A caincide with the re-opening of

Address U.S. schools after the mid-year holi-
day.

Congress Thursday Tear gas bombs were thrown

when the rioters started smashing

(From Our Own Correspor





ay ; ittec but the Speake wa .

OTTAWA, Jan, 15. |shop windows and street lamps|cording to official Egyptian formed that he would not | LONDON, Jan

‘ Peition Prime Minister Winston io stones sources vailable, Mr. Crawford was sul THE Commonwealiti
*hurenill will return to the a Ss “es sai in ¢ ted for h ance ors 1eetll
United States today ready to con-| ,The police first drove off the Scurces said that in a letter to or him ance Ministers meetin






King Farouk and to Nahas Pasha
Ibn Saud set out his “impression
of the Anglo-American ideas for
a compromise settlement,” “and

Maiden Speeches today will receive a «
Before the Bill w ent to the .

select Committec, the Hon. Ti prepared statement [ré
speaker Mr. K. N. R. Husbands | Albert Gomes, leade:

vince Congress that together the rioters without any clash, but
English-speaking nations can leaad| Were forced to use gas when the
the world to peace demonstrators returned The de-

Churohill will address a joint-)â„¢onstrators were then dispersed

ceiaaeuasiateemanphnenanstniaidincniatiitisdensheis sn tee neem













sess of Congre , by_bombs. asked for Egypt's official reaction omplimented Mr. J. C. Motlles }West Indies delegation,
ssion f Congress Thursday—a Ss 50.000 hea|to his tentative proposals. It is | his earnest maiden speech ANG) segting the hey ay be
speech he has been working an! ome spectators watchec ; f < ; ps gesting that they may b¢
ever since his departure f as the 100,000 strong procession | Sid that the Egyption Govern- ir. E. W. Barrow for his excel aches te Binnie y
Landon ‘Tt will ditrane ta rom | wended its way over the four-]|™ent was g¢onsidering ‘the sug- nt contribution to the debat |Preparing to qiscuss a nega
week visit to Washington ye mile arch route for three hours. gestion and is expected to com- en king his maiden speech tive policy of cuts and restr
Ottawa. = . : The Egyptian Army and Air}™Municate their views of the JOHN SELLIER, Trinidad’s Number 1 player Tees off as tho singles match between Barbados and rhe Object nd Reasons |} tions when a positive polic
| Force units participated in the} Pr blem. shortly to King Ibn Trinidad got underway yesterday ; A ‘inl \ ly to this {4S required
are thile 2 ors ’ 5 1 bi ee to app to § i
rh wee oes, = the me. Saud i id to} Mombers of the Barbados and Trinidad teams look on, Left to right are Colin Bayley (Barbados), 4 4 ‘ ir iple i + onan The statement points out
“Li ra atta es” fir S- t aud is sé - a e sland ( y ;
tol shots into the air to enunhaaizt formed Egypt that he had gained John Gellard (Trinidad), Mervyn Grell (Trinidad Captain), William Atkinson (Barbados) “Bobby or insurance against third ne West Indie can mi ke a
their demands for revenge. the impression in recent exchanges Sellier (Trinidad), Dick Vidmer (Barbados), Carl Breuer (Trinidad) wty risks arising out of the use} Mere useful contributi to
with An o-American represen- - steelers“ nenepanennsentsettenmsiiteG arpa SASS SSPE moter vehicles on public road: | conomic and financial fare ot
The British announced last] tatives, that the “principle” of 1d is based on similar legislatior | he sterling area by inc ng de
night, that they had closed the evacuation of the Canal Zone was the United Kingdom | velopment programmes especi

Cairo-Suez Road again to all civil-
ian traffic, to prevent an alleged
planned Egyptian guerilla attack

problems

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on the British checkpoint at Kilo,| Both the United States and Bri- : aang: 7 Pag te Be etsy w any attomy t
f tain desire — according to these 9 : j i id couse Gea OR eee panes
A British Joint Services commu- | indications — that Egypt herself i Sie” thatiied 46) envy merkon Three Schemes
Inique, last night, said that one]or the Arab Security Pact be 4 a ise of High: Veicle:: Benvintoe Mr. Gomes’ statement prepare
jofficer and one soldier of the) linked directly with “Anglo-Am- : ‘iso made in Clause 4 to enabkh P% Consultation with Mr. R. ¢
-|Queen’s Own Cameron Highlonders| ericans”, thus apparently no long- ~~ —_ LONDON, Jan, 15 : : to recover from th | Y¢wton of Jamaica and Mr. Ma
was killed yesterday by terrorists)er insisting exclusively on a) gy), A// Quarters: | CAPTAIN WENRIK KURT CARLSEN received ure expenses reasonably | Lod. Smith the Windward
near Tel-El-Kebir, the scene of a] Four-Power Defence set-up, as mt | Lloyd's zed silver . and , , er tn | Net red in treating injured per. } Utlines three schemes which if de
b ; , : ’ : ‘ sloyd’s prized silver medal and prepared to fly to Nev ur I ‘ x in I .
British - Egyptian gun battle on] suggested in the Middle East De-f¢ ~ , ' f \ similar provision is con eloped in the West Indies would
| Saturday. fence Command, proposed by the e e | ie 7 care nee and a new command Lloyds ved in Clause 19 to cover thc }2¢ helpful in the balance cf
U.S., Britain, France and Turkey. t ~ \ whose famed underwriters insure ships the world ove. ; f medical practitioners whc | ments situation, The schen
The communique said that yes- —U.P. e 1onalr es said tribute to.Cant: Carisén for his epie but futile 18-da\ i; emarkency treatment ¢ Ge pigg, iule Kia aun
terday’s skirmish occurred on | I p pi ut t ro j
opin ground near Tel-Ef-Kebir Seize un le } battle to save the American freighter Flying Enterprise , a ae ene” “ Phe eee says that if Pp
. ; t " i ul the PrOV ON ice production were increase
road block south of Sweetwater / £ | In Washington the Federa it i acieair ah io a ne ; b vs 3
Mr. WINSTON CHURCHILL. |Canal. It said that one Egyptian H. E.'s ; Message W ill ia itime Board made certain Carls¢ - | ty ver r f a 0,000 gs ally i te Ad
siya ous YS killed when he jumped from Ke r Point i would have a,ship to command} ’ehicle is requires te ee a cone] ent were ane would
uurchill gave a preview of this a civilian bus and fired four shots to i ry 'e E when he gets home. The Boare a eae a \ f e requirements of the no
ideas at a Canadian Government at British guards at the Tel-El- Be Considéred Carpenter Cn Murder aia i¢ would. charter. immediate! ble: oF é ~ ar he fail | dollar Caribbean countries. T:
state banquet last night at which Kebir road block.—U.P. : Hanoi:— he gave a confident prediction of oem ee Committee troops of the Foreign Legion fought Charge Remanded owned the Flying Enterprise, the ee r o increase production
i > aste , o e Legislative C si yas oie E
ait yesterday appointed to consider {tS Way through the steaming Indo=..) is . Warships Mrs. GC... 1...) 10,085 ton, Halaula, Viewary, Iran Demanda U.K, | ic irain ie cain, Ws domies. i
~ Churohill painted no rosy pic- Eden “Encouraged” a Message from His Excellency ra Jungle oP ae ee Rats TRG arnaay remand- hes ae _ et ene ms ~ “ dda Thue see eRe ppaiss.-*
ture of the road ahead either for ; the Governor regarding to the re-|° BY Poin’ as the f rene. ed Cyril Lashley a carpenter feet Tong bust in 1040. ia Bugnts) sp 89 |} from India and Pakistan
ie fre wotld as. cahole or for NEW YORK, Jan. 15. commendations contained in the |Â¥P defences against an expoeted of Government Hill, St. larger and pec dier than the Clo: t Consulate le aaeaen lies SES
Britain which faces the worst British Foreign Secretary An-}Reports of the British Caribbean all-out Vietminh assau t. at Michael until January 22 Flying Enterprise. It is being re REMAN Jan, 16, laabane We uropean —
post-war financial crisis. But he}thony Eden said Tuesday at Idle-|Standing Closer Association Com- ¢ onogrd, Ng ee i ipo nee er Reatee * ne TURAGG by the “oe Pry AG The British Ambassador, Si] whose curre neles are hard oT
said that through work and toil| wild airport he was “very en-;mittee and of the Commission on|@°"era! Dwight Eisenhower bin charger by he. Rolice has beon operating it for the U.S | a. cis Shepherd, scheduled antexpansion of industry 1 ;
he is confident the West would|couraged ” by the results of top|fhe Unification of the Public }2®™e Was formally entered Tues cnie wn M ee idience with the Shah on. Tues possible over a large part of 't
win the battle against Communist] level British American talks in| Services in the British Caribbean day in the New Hamp tne ven or Lee was dis- Television Interview iy to protest against the, Iranian] pw, ; ineluidis ‘ rg
ene U.P Washington last veer Coecrne Area. ee ee. ae ope » For charged from the Wer neral In a televisian interview here mand that Britain shut dowN J istands if capital we \
ae Tn as “wide ranging an Comprising the Committee ahr tae Binittee rah : Hospital yesterday morning : t night Carlsen told again hey nine Consulates here On the subject
siopeeet ti hth ./are Hon’ble H. A. Cuke, Hon. Dr e any ck per as ty and was taken from there to 1¢ ordered his ten passengers an \cting on British Embassy or-|,. yments in particular, M
78 He left aboard BOAC plane for H. G. Massiah, Hon. GD. L. mously recommended on Tuesd the District “A” Police Sta- 40 crewmen to abandon ship D Consulates began burning : a ae
W ireless Tongon oe Say ae with General Pile, Hon. V C. Gale Hon G. B. the confirmation or the appoint- tion. Lashley was admitted ember 29 when e Flying En ely paper which will take Shei a ine 7 e : :
- ~ Sir Gerald Templer, new British vinina’’ , a ment of Raymond Spruance to b« to the Hospital on the night terprise began lieth i \i ral day : Tia
High Commissioner for Malaya. Evelyn and Hon. Dr. A. S. Cato.|, ctu trie he Philippines ee P ut pl » the Consulates}the value of sterlin
my j His Excellency in his Message |“™bassador to the Philippines of January 11 after he had | jlantic storn Orders to close the Consulates}, ;
i ele hone For ee id ] ' oo Bee oa as ae Seattie:— Two capsized lifeboa drunk a portion of atla He said he never had inten-| followed the tangled series of|!owered the purchasin gs
Aw / said he would be grateful te learn] a aide a4 oe ‘ 7 | ’ ; ont he Britain} C-D, and W. fund i of
were sighted on Tuesda 125 Lashley walked into the tion of leavin the t ker ote rejections by both jritain
‘ne at as early a date as possi’sle the |: ink) ihiles golthenst taser ashley hoe cette i th { c Ot itch, The key communica-|raised In London ‘The U
Sh | t d T views of the Hon’ble Council on|@Utica “ 1 u oe of w cour vi erday fankine in. | freighter ‘ the rejection of Iranian] Kinrtdom is not. givir
= \ » freighter syivania is be- two e g 4 ’ i dea’. Aiki poids on y ants \
ips es e House Vote $630 for the recommendations of the two ovate Nt aie vif aoe in ee, t policemen fla £ _ At a Coast G 1 hearir ir iarges that Britain is interfering, needed goods and servi
. | Committees. ‘ple ras pert: 0 cacchie tee New York yesterday, one of Carl-} i," iran's internal affairs —U.F sirs,—U.P. @ On On Page 8
Preliminary tests are being Bawk Mésse er stormy North Pacific a week ago, sen’s crew questioned Carlsen’
carried out with Wireless-tele- z ng : — oast guard reported. i & T . : l t judgment in waiting 28% hours
phone sets on the Government There were no signs of survi- ‘ torm ears Into | ift { cra 1 bef



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Experimental Fishing Boat "In- The House of Assembly passed} Fog Envelopes N.Y. City vors

fter the essel cracker

oe a resolution yesterday authorising! a ae 7 ‘ial ae , 1ee . N aes I Jrending a distr ignal »
vestigator’” with a view to mak-|j.. Savings” Be - > » "ORK 1: , | Paris:— Radical Socialist part) Jahiibornia, evade | witn nen Hall also test
ing reports to Government as to the Sayings Bank to pay Mr. | NEW YORK, Jan, 19, é ‘ r Faure emerged on

os i ir onger “avy fog close , my j leader Edgar ified that the Flying Enterpris
which sets will be most suitable| James Lewis, a retired messenger| Heavy fog closed down on New |muosday night from a half-hour SAN -FRANGINCO, Jan. 16°51 Oo eek Beet pein,
; ; sant? of the Bank, a gratuity of $630.00.| york City slowing. rail, harbour } ‘ , ee : itinu f |
for ship-to-shore communication Dr, Cummins (L) said that the! and air traffic and hiding the tops talk with President Vincent Aurio The worst storm in 50 years on after the hull cracked
purposes. : : : Savings Bank was run by a board of skyscrapers, Trains agi ferries and said he would tell the Chief] tore into California and Nevada, it 300 mil éisyn ahore om in y sam
Mr. Dudley Wiles, Fisheries| and so they had to seek legisla-| were delayed. All incoming and |of the State on Wednesday whether [turning the Sierra Mountains in= "ire said he believed it shoul
Officer, told the Advocate yester-| ‘tive authority to pay the gratuity.’ departing flights were cancelled|he will try to get National Assem-| to a “white hill” with thousands © put about toward land wher
inane 4 ‘ne Spek The resolution was passed with-' at La Guardia field shortly after}bly backing for Government with eed ioe ae was crack occurred,—U.P PANMUNJOM, Korea, Jan. 15.
1 wiiqae ' self ¢ > he 1g aay Fg . oer gpg tes SR A RE ‘ Tape ‘ apne ; ,
Electrical Engineer’s Department. ous debate. i as the fog settled at 4 am—UP. oe " if at the head. mounting with each new blast. | “ees COMMUNISTS: CHARGED that an Allied plané



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je and tests rill be carried . e e backbone of the towering Sierra | ;
ae aay: dias i hie r j A rr was the scene of futile struggle > » > 6 wounding more than 60 others.
During the day, Mr. Goddard e e O “ve a nce l 9 hetween man-made machines and) | raises | olice The Fifth Airforce promptly denied that any Allied

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lane made the alleged attack on Camp Number Fight
Engineer's Office was at work e A streamliney train. the “City ® ke : : ae ne 8 held ay a imp N oe 1 1
erecting the necessary equipment . A * wk rr é + held. {i | t drill dis I sp BY. +a, aong whieh Olds oF American ar 1,591
on the Investigator. During the avd U or . imese of San rangige wee a 0 - Korean prisoners ;
trial run, contacts will be made 4 snow bound grip on th ; Se ae : ‘ North Korean Majo
between the vessel and the shore. ide of the Summit, ope yrs ice-Admiral Sir Wi itl an ie Sang Cho told
Mr, Wiles said that a wireless- nee up x a4 oe 1en ity) drewes, K.B.E 3 B., D " )." a POCKET CARTOON Jatior ruc {
telephone set was very necessary ‘tw ‘ as reat and light fated, jcompanied Lair eres ae , Prisoner Sub-Comm
on board the vessel, because there . |U.K. Commtissioner |... 226 persons aboard tne|%.N, of ihe HM .S. | Shem by OSBERT LANCASTER | Perce bombs hit the camp hi
have been instances when the ship ac hn O-C ind | train huddled in’ blankets’ a ee it 9 pu
found it necessary to communi- 1 or Malaya Namie { | re cue-tean nd three Arn 4 t1 { #.S.T.)
cate with the shore, but could not doze Tibi a eects tee ne BTIVOG: Bb tt ae He promised
do so because.there was no such (By EDWARD M. KORRY) - LONDON, Jan A Nee aes : us plie SOE the . ME, OF ter. Hi , ;
set PARIS, Jan. 15. | The Colonial Secretary, Olive o ( round. Polic te of the
THE UNITED STATES has promised France air and Lyttelton, announced the appoint Dos led Kt een me Band quarte where the Polic¢ comment
> . naval support, if the Chinese Communists intervene in the | ment of Gene ere Gerald Tem=| snow ne “ battled an tou: N Headquarter 1 after is vi General Ridgway, Supreme 1
: ; ’ > ssion=|} side » Sic 1 Nevada Moun ‘ aot tae ‘ ; . , ormed i
I reparing For Indo-Chinese war, and an immediate increase in the |? r ioe t fh awdeplee pow-Baing on Tuesday to,try to rescue Wed St. Cecilia B ks, I mmander, nforn
k =e : 4 amount of arms and shipments to that South-East Asian Jers to intensify the fight against}226 persons trapped without heat Band elie + Cecilia Bat et: onde ai an immediate i
t DeepTest For Oil theatre, according to authoritative French sources \Communist guerillas there or light in_ that snowbound ; ne ; to D tigation
f The conference in Washington --— | Templer will connect military|streamliner “City of San Fran Station \a he Police Trait “No Progress”
The first shipments of pipe held last week, among- U‘S., and civil affairs through Deputies} cisco.” nu School where the _ recruit . arm
and casing are arriving in British ami French military ex- 2 Stabbe d Last Night on both sides, His command will] The Sixth Army rushed rescug ing. Schoo! | wher dees, Libby aid: “At olutel H
Barbados preparatory to the perts resulted in the plan of i include all anti-Communist forces|crews equipped with six weasels Sir William spoke highly of the ress” was mM ide. iar page os
drilling of the Barbados Gulf \action to be taken when and if Gioria Brathwaite of Flint Hall, military police and civilian!by truck to Cologox where tw« and drill diaciay | ohn aria Sub-Committec tc id thi
Oil Company’s first deep test, the Chinese Communists send St. Michael, was taken to the|yojiunteer corps. He succeeds Sir|high patrol cars were to be loaded’ "4 the tidy app nie at: tia only development was to co
Dr. W. F. Auer, Manager of troops into Indo-Ch General Hospital at about seven |}Henry Gurney, the former Brit-|on flat cars, Food was reported - 4 /, na Hesrach that the deadlock centre
the company told the Advo- Det ill he eg o'clock last night suffering from | igh High Commissioner killed by}running ghort abroad the snow-,° rhe ‘party was afterwards en ssues—the United Nat I
cate yesterday. , oid. of the plan are being]a stab wound. She was picked up| guerillas in Malaya last July bound train. tertained at the residence of the osal for voluntary rey
He said that the work of withheld, but it was learned that] by the Police Van at Flint Hail U.P. U.P. \commissioner of Police prisoners and the United Nat
the seismic party who are the French Government three | corner last night and taken to a insistence that South Korear
searching for a suitable loca- weeks ago prepared a top secret; the Hospital. tives forced into the Red Army
' tion for the above deep test is, document which General Al- Ronald Wilson, of Whitenall, St. » vy ¥ tC e ° a Z reclassified prisor
| unfortunately going very phonse Juin, héad of the Frénch| Michael, an Acting Assistant N -} 19 Kill / LD IN COAL Five Hospitalized ‘i A U.N.’ Comn
slowly due to the heavy seas ||Mission took with him to the] ter at Combermere School, 4 - 4 se ‘ . a suppose if Ud told you said the mecting was “‘
which are being encountered Washington Conference. stabbed in his back by an un- ; + From I lane Crash | it was by Sartre you'd have and orderly’ mpat
off the east coast. known man at the back of the MINE bk \ PI OSION ae | thought it wonderful!” Monday e ‘ en ( .
| A satisfactory location for a The Report Drill Hall between nine and ten t , EW YORK Ps Lenssen ists accustd the Allied ¢
deep test in Barbados is en- Th ud o'clock last night A: Five ergo remainee of lying, and Libby threat
tirely dependent upon the fav- : wan ie made “ye oe: He was taken to the General NOVA SCOTIA, Jan. 15. italized, as the afte | walk out in protest
ot ceraita * — and | ‘ fe Loy voll sad ealte Hospital in a critical condition and ESCUE WORKERS, wearing gas masks, came out of (198) landing of ; | eee The Truce Super
other geophysical s 8. tas ’ a > . . ne i 5 a ‘or ee ikewi
Drilling on a random loca- the enormous amount of|@¢t#ined. se McGregor Coal Mine with the burned bedy of the 19th erd Ne critical] ARKANSAS, Jar ' nat the , 1 . ogre
tion or on a location that is men, arms and money being : | and final victim of the violent underground explosion here. eo»0\/ Phirty-one others were} ‘ tatthee toys eerie ,
not fully confirmed by thor- spent there. Communist forc- STERLING AREA’S The General Manager of the Dominion Coal and Steel ease ‘ letdachorn inthe tinvad roon
i ough geophysical surveys, | es control the entire country, > Aware , . ; . . ‘ Mee t for mir I far | aa
| would increase immeasurably and the French can only PAYMENTS BALANCE Company, which owns the MeGregor Mine, said that only or me of a fai ly | “rf US SENATE APPROV
j the chances of a dry or non- maintain a “bridgehead” of EXAMINED three of the 22 miners working in the pit yesterday sur- ,Ree ee edad CG REECE, TURKEY
' productive hole. } some 40 miles radius around LONDON, Jan. 15 vived the blast a ele ”
It is most important from || Steno. hs. shinai "eeaae’ tatating OF) ; Leave Of A hsence | ; ~ FOR N. in + 0
the standpoint of the future || 9 Rebel equipment is improv-|payments position regarded by; He stayed below with the crew until the last body) 4¢ : tan ; a Agetrn ‘s
oil potential of the island, that || ing, and recently two French|oificials as the worst of the thre:} was recover¢d. Then the mine was closed for at least one’ at yesterda necting th Ho County The Senate ‘ e
the first deep test be produc- ; Se a an i Ie + t th ae le 1 wes b “4 +4 . ‘ ne - ¥ 2 \ ; me-| Committé Tucsd vot
tive or at least, that it gives || planes were shot down by| postwar crise was examined eek to permit the accumu ated cases to be sorted out Hi ‘ emt \ PF. LH I ere placed on iia ly Dien wad
good evidence of possible pro- || re. from radar controlled] the commony Fin ee Two of the three men who crawled to safety from the; 7s ie ink er th | the
: , gu believed to be Soviet i Confere I ‘ 1 arrive wrappe I slank
dwetion in the vicinity. } guns, 4eved to be sovi 400 foot level wk bl: : w } At ’ >
| manufactured. The Ministry here Monda + foot level where the blast occurred, were hospitalized Mapp, three we M- She ar of George Ponder the



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4 a e four years to get the men t r Sir Laurence Olivier has lace
. Ltd’s., Sales Department (Local of which have already gone) g o wea r S|
ae Pan ys eg Airways) .=-s7 - aoe a ; learning English. She is the something new. evening shirts and several fancy
flew to Trinidad on Monday eve- Holidaying With Daughter Second Day 8 Play daughter of Mr. and Mrs, Grs- “We have to win the women waistcoats,

W.LA. H as accom: R. AND MRS. L. A. CHAS# oi ton Vivies of Guadeloupe. over first. But we think we’ve John Gielgud wears a plum-)
ning by

—s fbn ARCA, Latin Fists cis amnckitt the passengers as 1.30 there were over a _Farewell Party 2 ant even are more pocem4 Terry-Thomas has many fancy &

a. sales a - St. Lucia yesterdav by d-zen golf fans already at the RS. LIONEL KING, whose ready. azers are now ta ing waistcoats.

American Division, held a sales deaving for St. Lucia | i, FP oekley Golf and Country Club to she ror’ y . the place of sports jackets. Tails ? elcome the change.

t “th hout their area B.W,LA. to spend a holiday witn) F -¢kley Golf and C y husband works with the ‘ me Me? I wele the g 4 ;
et aan mn WI. fr . the their da’ hter and son-in-law’ in Witch the second day of the four- Alcoa Steamship Company at %7e coming back.’ HOW ROMANTIC to be escortec Vil SHES
which includes the te ina a 1 of ' jon Sere : : day tournament between Trinidad Port-of-Spain, Trinidad, has been LACE SHIRTS. to a dance by a man in a red lined
beginning of October to the ra { * 1 rN ct t “urn on Jan- and a team from the Rockley Golf spending the Christmas holidays A MAN who makes fancy waist- cloak, instead of a black cloth
November last year. The Trinidac rey expect to return d Club. in Barbados with her family and coats, Mr. Allan Gilbert, sa everitas. AT RADIANT LOOK
Office of this airline won the lege aaa 29th, children. Her children go to »-“Sales of silk fancy waistcoats HOW ELEGANT for men te GIVE YOU TH
petition by selling the greates Back From U.S. More people came on as the school here. are more than 60 per cent. up in wear straight narrow trousers ip- '
number of tickets. RS. LUCY O’DOWD, widow afternoon got older and later in She is due to returfi to Trini- 12 months. stead of creased, shapeless flan- | Refresh and renew your charm in an hour's

Last Hight in Port-of-Spain the of Mr. A. C. O’Dowd, former the evening the teams were enter- dad on Friday and was last here “Lace shirts for evening wear nels. es bales ie kell cial a
Trinidad Office held a party in Managing Director of Messrs. Wil- tained to Cocktails at the home - nA were Se Sg ae ey will also be a 1952 fashion. HOW REFRESHING to be sur- | wonderful treatment. Sook your appointment now
honour of their victory, to which liam Fogarty Ltd., returned from Mr, and Mrs. Frank Morgan, Club Tae. nenkn ott at the fe “I believe this year, we will get rounded in the office by men in| with Miss Arden’s representative who will be here
Mr. and Mrs. Knight were among the U.S, on Monday afternoon via Morgan Road a 4 A aed atatenstri lati: Mire.<. Gate back the fashion lead for the best- brighter colours instead of the liss s rep enta
the guests invited. Puerto Rico by B.W.LA. To-day there will be a luncheon eron Edwards at King Street. ;4tessed men which we held until same old off-blacks.

“Mr. and Mrs. Knight are ex- She had been spending a short party for the Trinidad men’s team )7 1. (of her Barbadian friends | « from January 2Ist at our New Treatment Salon
pected to return to Barbados in a holiday with her daughter Shea- at oe ae" Club begin- tended. ry Tat? Shows TODAY 1 17 @ 8 30 pm oe
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. v rt veighbour, is slightly higher, On¢ Errol FLYNN in SEA MA wk
HE year opens badly for ani- finding time heavy on my ands, heignb wr : Bh s iy a ee wi . wr ae
mals. In Tanganyika lions I went up country to Kondoa cf the finest walks I ever had was a é ' Panis Mesal. 68 pam Sat Spell ae we pend Z
have been Officially classed gs lrangi, and camped by the Bubu from Eidsbugaren gk 9 old WEeNSDAY, JANUARY 16 Jamie Wits womay' “SWING the WESTERN WAY"
ae leon a ¥ = , -trader | the aldresfly to 5 a.m, Listener's Choice, 11.45 a.m. ; 7 oak ae AND
vermin, and now anybody can liver with - Ri ae ia Sr rtertveln, in a thunderstorm, Cockney Cabaret, 12 noon The News, Pate eee ec “PRAIRIE ROUND-UP”
swat them without a licence, or down country. The trader set his G) ; ad the 1,10 p.m. News Analysis. “SONG of NEVADA” Charles STARRETT, Sasi
catch them on enormous sheets traps one night, and we waited. Above the _— of wae le .— 100—7 15 132M 484s MM. Roy ROGERS Smiley BURNETTE rod
3 . twee *esently there was a crackling narrow mountain ridge a g enema —— ss an om
of glueti paper hung between P.esen wn Pp a aaeh a is rein- 4 00 p.m. The News, 4. 10 The Daily OISTIN |
trees. n the undergrowth, and there, which Peer Gynt nog Kis vel Gicpied 4 18 See een Pia PL ATA ft. : sake GAIETYâ„¢ Garden
i rs will bably not five feet away, were four full- deer, and I had my first sight of \igiana Counties V The South Africans. a ST. JAMES
nen hy og a oS ation. but grown lions glaring at us, We that entrancing animal from the 5 05 Interlude, 5.15 Sendy MacPher-|}{2** tents SURAT +6 & 0:20 » te TODAY & TOMORROW 8.30 P.M
resen Is new Classic ’ Pe , ‘ a ki bove Tyin- son, 5. 30 Books to Read, 5.45 Theatre NG § EDG f DOOM”
i . - both fired our rifles together, giv- top of the Skinegg, above Ty: : a as Jane WYATT & |. Fatle Gr
small-game hunters will be en ng » beas wo b ls. as the holm. This was the territory of Talk, 6. 00 Souvenirs of M . 6. 46 whawene waihueat iesines | ey RANG &
couraged to present to their clubs !ng the beasts tw arrels, z n Sports Round-Up, 7. 00 The 1 Ae Muck ‘RUTH ABOLT MURDER”
Hand 1 nted beetles’ innkeeper said at the cricket the famous Slingsby of Swaledale, News Analysis, 7. 15 Calling the West}{] Sudie Murphy Brian DONLEVY Frederick LAWSON
andsomely mou a cl We missed. The lions ran Who wrote “Norway, the Northern indies Thurs. only) F & Sa rT. Only) ere
heads or rats’ tails unch, e missed, 1e lions rar ad = © aaa oe m1? M. 48.43 145 & 8.90 pm. | 4.465 & 8.20 | Midnite Sat
che b _ way, and we fell into the traps, Playground”; and he was the first 7.—'" ~s . "EID tre vee pom 8.30 p.m. | TRE
Many. years ago Mr, Leslie Hen- &Way, ¢ : sHitite th lifficuit —- - ) from “AME AND | KID From | GGER
son, when his offer of marriage The lions came back and ate us to clim’> some of the most difficul 45 p.m. Over to You, 6. 15 Radio News KANSAS THE ARROW” KANSAS \ TRAIL”
: na in Act Il of a musie later on mountains of the Horunger group. reel, ‘6. 30 Statement of Account, 6. 45] |] Dick FORAN & Color) Dick Foran | 0d Cameron &
Was refused in Act II of a musi- ‘ : Composer of the Week, 9. 00 My SIx||] “The MASKED | Burt Lancaster “MASKED | “FRONTIER
cal comedy, used to mutter: “He Prodnose:' Well, of all the ——! Convicts, 10. 00 The News, 10. 10 From RIDER “YOUNGER RIDER” LAW
reddened, and went to Africa.” In May 1 ae sa 1 Ae ee ae ee SMASH the tal rials,, 10. 15 Mid Week Talk Johnny Mack |e BROTHERS” } Johnny MACK ats acee
i g 5 ir i Wha) oF vd si . - 10. 30 Marching and Waltzing. ? ayne RRIS BROWN” ,
refusing a man, a girl will now alive still? VANDALISM by wild teen-age * ex 1 MRR a . | Fussy Knight
say, with a sneer, “Why not go Myself: That is: what I bave children in New York has reached

EMPIRE



; , ; Twenty Years of Uproar ing broken windows, fences, tiles, | |
ONCE did a bit of lion-potting HE accidental lowering of the equipment, and works of art. | TO-DAY & TO- MORROW, 4.30 & 8.30 P,
in Tanganyika. I was out ;
there to cover the ‘elections for curtain in the middle of a BILL | Republic Double :
see London play a few days ago made ADELE MARA aes » t b th
the old Rochdale Observer, and, e hPa ‘pia h, They thought MERRY-MAKING Americans WARREN DOUGLAS oO aT e
the a g y ‘ . — IN —
CROSSWORD }it was part of the fun. A similar ithe Satie ae Eve “yi aoe i | t
|incident occurred at Covent Gar- pretty stiff prices. One hotel at ee 2 | B
den some years ago when Rusti- Miami Beach | is charging a flat THE INNER CIRCLE | DBEse_
guzzi was singing Mimi, The 100 dollars (£35) for two people. |
audience thought it was a bohe-);That does not include the drinks. AND
mian prank, especially when che | | HERE are the best of reasons why
curtain rose again, and there wus ee YOKEL BOY o | y ‘Ovaltine’ should be your family bev-
Rustiguzzi hanging on to it and] | 1 w| erage. It has outstanding advantages for help-
kicking out like an_ infuriated) i ¢ with | ' | ing to ensure fitness and energy all day, and
mare. They had to get her down} 4 White Pink ALBERT DEKKER JOAN DAVIS ' natural, restorative sleep all night.
by ider, ite, o
"Meee! it a Rheumatic | Sees: Delis sites
f : Wrong foods and drink ‘ Opening Friday, 18th at 2.30 & 8.30 possible quality at the lowest possible
NE of the Ministries, lashed overwork dah feanuent cules alien rat | $1 54 each pening y R Oo Y A L price. Compbaratiedy, Hi costs so litle
by the whip of public opin- SSP at on Dee sronere ane Zsianes ! - 5 5 } and gives so much.
ion has stated that the duty of its; cause of Excess Acidity. Getting Up : Scientifically 4 ° ; ji
spies and informers (they are, of | decbnte ourning Pessages, Lag Paine KILLING A MAN To-day & To-morrow, 5 & 8.15) ecient ically prepared foam Neture's finest
course, called “enforcement offi-] — kies, Rheumatism, Puffy Eyelids, and . Per ating Sent oe eunenEe
fti- | | | including vitamins, of the greates: nutrilive
Across }cers”) is to prevent offences being; {eeling old before your time Help yeur Ud 1S ONE THING... | ition se nr hon Hh aha i dy _
i Kepeat for a puncture. (y) itted rather than to obtain| Kidneys purify your blood with Cys Paramount Presents : | value. The famous ‘Ovaltine’ Farms were
Â¥ Any-char may make it. (7) ommitted rather than to ODtain{ tex. The very first dose starts helping LOVING HIS WIFE | specially established co set the highest stan-
10 Followed oy foliowers, (5) prosecutions. Let us all remem-; your kidneys clean out excess acids Lace Trimmed awl dards for the malt, milk and e seed,
1 Phig and, © messenger 1 | ber this next time an “enforte-| f04'Under tence ch iamtte | IS ANOTHER J FONTAINE ; : Senge ae
needea 13) next ew. Under the money-back guarantee " eee Joan |
tz Create a card game. (6) ment officer traps some old Cystex must satisfy completely or cost ° ° i |
ub vee depending upon a god woman. into selling him a boot} DONS art Searex frere,vour chem White, Pink, Blue SR |
iba bhis is. Beubwed. th) }lace without a licence. \ ystex | The Guar Joseph COTTEN | Drink delicious e OVALTINE
Ye Ar he sures Cad : antee pre
1s Lost oykroe tn Pieeadily? i>) | Dopp i iding-t f _Ferkinee Reumaton wade fy 1 2 each BISCUITS
ie Winnie nati’ based meee fi) | Port in a riding-boot .
20 Angel upset by a lost letter. (4 | In Delany aod cenienentily crisp,
81 He is indeed encouraged. (4) STORY is tola of a mervy | for ull occasions. ‘They are
23 Shortest route. (6) old dog who tried to revive og € AMERICAN | made froma the finest ingre-
ic = Teor a j du 8, ine a ope oN -
Aiieats this custom a year or two ago, “SFP TEMBER | of delicious ‘Ovaltine’, and
1 Waten pork as the seamstress The girl he was with seemed very | are highly nourishing and
Gigs. (Wl saute j reluctant to hand out her slipper Healed in 3 Da $l BRASSTERES —and note oe itp aod eas
sere BS arrying our nev age. iv: and finally she had to explain that ‘ cae ene
$ Seidum in their are 4) 7 7 : ' ee Ovaltine’ remember to in-
4 Cracked «) event 1) it was a scandal. And in Melton ao badly: Lng dal ASA FEAR a el 1 AFFAIR | tH, Ditte / clude # packet of “Qualtine:
d nose in agreement say it. [ rbrayv py . . . ; | iscuits as well, ou WE
i Rose time tanag.) iB) ; Mowbray they tell of a member ; 0 | White, Pink } erence, enjoy their delicate and dis-
A cou boy Nas « message (6) 7 Lf Quron who, at a meet 4 : | | tinguished flavour,
4 4inter swallowed oy the tide ran yort from a lady’s ridi y he te « Setar R Teel : ft ‘ , i
(6)..15 A cut vou may get. (9) Boat: oie ieeusk eed Oak pn Sie aaa i | $1 50 per pr. | Sold in airtight tins Ir pen ola
este $ vuZzie —Across y P wore Tteh, Dhoby Ite fo } q ) She: yi
1 arrinen” : “Neutral ite events t gollantry, ‘ ay thy Pout inti y ’ ’ 1} Friday Only, 5.00 & 8.15 p.m. | i by all Chemists and Stores.
Lab Pert te In the Jotunheim ares the cee tae gs, S| | Saas loot
ore. 23° Suine 2 dast SEE < ference to Norway's ttehing ino? ounute Kitts the gern ae
mAstean ca Reaume oR wu ] 38% _« reference to Norway's ¥ SILK ; William EYTNE
Ne 5 Nt : : "7 24 hou id starts healing the illiam
ea” ahaa. nomen 14 an highest mountain, the Gald- altin soft oH and lear in 3 daye, i | “Ou, ¢
Anoe Ri set 1} pig. But the Glittertind, _ its Nixoderm is so stiveossful it is quar
tite end the teh ‘ y | | nla
se Sm a8 STOCKING a In B as
Most stubborn cases of
Rupert and the Pine Ogre—I1 Foca erm certs | sirens GL ™
rf vartul k your hetiat te ee
: Nias 1.00 PECE
oe se 2 prs $ . FOR THE BEST IN MOVIES



OLYMPIC

“BAM! Bam: Bam: M\\i} 3 prs.
wm OPM Is Nor Bum” KF reat
‘ %
(Nobody) CHILDREN \ JACQUELINE WHITE asd iotcoducing EOWIA RAND
Written & Produced by RIYEN BUSH

i B I M B a Ditacted by JOHN STURGES
OU fay porn aen toes PLASTIC BELTS 3 | ctSetrstsecicetes.
fiercely. ** We've watched you long - Vol. 4 No, 15
enough,"’ says one ot then f
sea eOGs teense here 2 W ON SALE i} each ()
you to. ” on us? n ° a EVERYWHERE Ri {

tes Rupert. "I'm Last 2 Shows To-day, 4.30 & 8.15
se ine twigs rd fir co Bw E a | a z

TIM HOLT in
“INDIAN AGENT”

Starring
Douglas FAIRBANKS Jr.
Maureen O’HARA



To-day and Tomorrow, 4.30 & 8.15

“VALIANT HOMBRE”
AND GET ME”

Starring

Kathleen RYAN





WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 16, 1952







TS Excellency the Gov W al , :
iui Shite Rikensn sien 6 . Me wo To-day SUSAN DEACON TODAY: POST OFFICE NOTICE
Dinner |Party at Government R. AND: mS. Kobin Austin Changes in Air Mail Schedule
House last night in honour of pes M*c te Reesoul — 4 a The new BRI HTER look | Effective 17th January, 1952, Air Mails will be closed at the
“sa ten) Sir in ir i ince d-December are due G . y f erm 3
Getivah, ileoneatercteChiet et to leave to-day for Trinidad by ss Yeas Tr Time Day
the America” West Indice Statior B.W.LA, -They will then visit Sree
Siete a ee everal of the W.I, islands inelud- or t e Bermuda 2.30 p.m Tuesday
who is at present visiting Barbados ° includ *
on his Flag ship HMS Sheffield, ing Grenada, St. Lucia, Antigua 2.30 p.m. Thursday
At 12.30 p m yesterd Sir and Fem ny ig 2 Se ee to I FIND IT HARD to believe, but I suppose the London Canada (Direct) 2.30 p.m. Twister
Villiz ave 4 cheon party on De eS ee slic ' wits y 2.30 p.m nursday
ard Ms. anetheha ni.on o Canada towards the end of the tailors should know ! They say that 1952 will see the end Canada (via Trinidad) 11.45 coe Friday
Monday evening he entertained ee er a an eb tea of the drab garb that men wear—and that, in the New Schedules should be amended where necessary.
A na 4 s 2s D . @ . ‘ ‘
His SapeenCy Ue Governay _ Mite: Meertvain Aristin hve thin OW Year, the Edwardian look will be here again. General Post Office,
oy ae - Spner Ont" Doar: buciness in Montreal. He is an From the present black and a few years ago.” 15th "anuary, 1952. R. A. CLARKE,
yt “ia importer, exporter and broker dark.grey uniform the Man-in- Does Mr. Gilbert wear any of| 16.1.52.2n. Colonial Postmaster.
™ the-Fashion will change to “plum- these new fashions?
Vv : “ - » ¢ 1
Tia Saat Winter rpe Over The Week-cnd coloured velvet smoking jackets, +e. ves, | have six fancy
: ee ae ‘i N ey reer s,s ~6brocade dinner jackets, ang fancy waistcoats and some lace shirts.
who spent last winter in the omens of Dr H. re wiistcoats,” Drainpipe trousers? Good
West Indies and most of it in Bur- Cummins, M.C.P., and Mrs Erte ce ; ; , * -
bados ane back again for approxi- Cummins. of “Gothmark”, Bank + And even to evening cloaks gracioys, no. That's going too
mately three months. They flew in Hall, and an Assistant Teacher at 7) ore ein red silk—if they can i Charles Creed, elegant
Cc a last wee y f yt ’s College, returned ? . s % gé t}
yap gate, spor one SL "Z a a es Se ee ree COLOURS will be brighter, wearer of the Edwardian look, has |
eae od ge at hp. estado’ ter spending three weeks there ™ terials lighter, and the narrow a wardrobe of 12 waistcoats, @|
a a keene is Beds with Mr. and Mrs. Yawching of ‘Tousers, cuffed sleeves, velvet ccl- dinner jacket faced with biac
In Canad 4 Mr =f ke Pp es c n Trinidad. lays, and longer jackets of 50 years velvet, and his suits have the new
‘Seen Aeon. Attended Brother’s ago will return to fashion. narrow trousers.
of ee eet : J : THE MOST COLOURFUL sgoer-
This Company has brenches in Wedding WON OVER ; OP a eer ate CNR «a te
Regina, “Calgary and Edrsonton. ISS SIMONE VIV1ES “of chaiman of the” ben) pene, blue velvet smoking jacket face
; . % ri s > . - & che en’ as s g et fa:
oe eine oy pean = xuadeloupe who left Bar- Council, that they have been eee with red.
island i auce Barbados is s¢ ~ = . jock 3 ’ -
different, and he and his wife like GOLF PANS watch the start of the Singles match between Barbados Wedutees Oyer tend ner, broth. iS! us more elegant and colour- RED-LINED
t very much. and Trinidad at the Rockley Golf and Country Club yesterday. Gp. wedding was the only pas- ee maaet's clothes for three years : SS ene thes¢
* Standing at the doorway is Mr. R. J. Pearson, Secretary of the club, senger to arrive from that col- Bat . ew Sige x
Victory Party Ted Wright in beret leans forward to get a better look; on his left is ony by B.W.1LA. on Monday, ee aa a ugh it oer only ‘nad’ "aeeaee eoeak Nani are
R. VERNON KNIGHT, Man- | Wakelam, the club's Winter Professional. On the extreme Miss Vivies is in Barbados on |” s anes, & OW .

it takes up to also be ordered lined with white). |













































AGENT”

With

To-day, 5.00 & 8.30 p.m. and Tomorrow Only
Louis CALHERN Ann HARDING

sain EES aie

THE MAGNIFICENT YANKEE”

(This is a brand new Film)

[aoe FRIDAY core * & 8.30 P.M.

steers smeneesaten

George REEVES



Ss

Laura ELLIOTT



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The Story of the most daring |
Train Robbery since Jesse James |



Pee SR

CEREAL RE

WHAT CHANGED His FAITH INTO A GOSPEL OF HATE ?

The screen searches deep into the heart of a
man who turned away from God... and the
> woman whose iove restored his faith!






Tomorrow Only, 4.30 & 8.15 p.m.)
Republic whole Seriai : |
“DICK TRACY RETURNS” |
With |
Ralph BYRD
SAILOR”
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Opening Friday 18th at 445
end 8.15 p.m.

“WARPATH”







ROXY

Opening Friday 18th at 4.45

DO and 8.15 p.m.

Paramount Presents :

STERLING HAYDEN
VIVECA LINDFORS
THOMAS MITCHELL

Directed by STUART HEISLER + Produced by
Co-produced by Anson Bond + Original Sc:
Screenplay by Stephanie No
A Bernhard Produc

“HIGH VENTURE”






PH BERNHARO

Starring ty by Anson Bong

EJOY



{John PAYNE Dennis O’KEEFE

Bs
WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 16, 1952







BARBADOS ADVOCATE



Amended Report To Governor Adopted

Leg. Co. Thank H.LE. IN THE LEGISLATURE YESTERDAY . Youth Mawtaeak

For Inspiring Address

The Legislative Council met at 2. 00




Y
Resolution to’ place the sum of $10,000 Gets Lecture
COUNCIL at the disposal of the Governor-ir

Executive Committee to Supplement the On Monday evening last Mr. J
Estimates 1951—52, Part I1—Capial, os Cameron Tudor, M.A gave an

, ania , + = showr he S ementa . ate .

THE LEGISLATIVE COUNCIL yesterday adopted Pm, Sterday, “The cles otered ex- leet sa." No an which form tse 1spiting Tecture to members of
; s >the 7 7 “se ef : sm oe Sener ae wen Chal- Schedule to the Resolution the arbados Youth Movement
with amendments the Report of the Select Committee r, Hon, J. A. Mahon and Hon. K. & Resolution to place the sum of $500 at the Youths Centre, Tudor

appointed to prepare a draft reply to the Address delivered “y*°
i

Hon'ble the Covonial Secretary

with

Legislative Session, and later passed an Address embodying “increased contribution to the

at the disposal of the Governor-in-E Bridge.
— ic Kw . . : e . n Som: » to Supplem e
by His Excellency the Governor at the opening of the !#id the following messages dealing Fatimates 1961-83, Part teCurrent, as There

hown in Supplementary Estimates 1951

was quite a large num-
ber of parents, guardians, and

; aed : * imperial —52. No. 38, which f he Sched
the Committee’s Report for transmission to His Excellency. Cvit#e of Tropical Agriculture te hee ee Bee: sends present to: listen. to what
. % ve . ‘oneurrence ir © extension to Bar- ‘ t BC + :
The Amended Report reads :— bados of the provisions of the new notes the lecturer had to say.
: exchanged between the United King- HOUSE The coe ia eee ak
The Legislative Council have ditions in the Port.*As the Chair- °O™ and the United States of America Building of et ee oe
the honour to thank Your Excel- man had said, anything that could “Rest pe Te ce eeration When the House of Assembly met ye suilding of Youth had some very

Assent by His Excellency the Gover- terda

lency for the inspiring Address do the slightest good in relieving ov to certain Acts.



Association Committee and of the uni













y Dr. H. G. Cummins laid the teresting and timely warnings

shic , . following :- to parent ibout the responsibil-
which Your Excellency was the tension which exists in the Recommendations of the Reports of Message No. 4/1952 from His Excellpn- f ‘i : ”

pleased to deliver at the Opening Port would be welcomed by the ‘British Caribbean Standing Closer ¢, the Governor to the Honourable the
House of

ity to their children, as well as

Assembly informing the Hon. '2 the teachers, both at Sunday



of > pis re Se o51-5 , le is ,
of oe Le gi 1 tive Session 1951-54, whole island, and he thought that fication ot the Public Services in the ourable House that he has assented to School nd week day chools
and to express their appreciation it would go a long way in helping British Caribbean Area the name and on behalf of His Majesty about the traini of the child,
of the many valuable comments to save the cost of living going Select Committee comprised of Hen, the King to the Acts mentioned therein. 95 jt wa omett , good they
and suggestions contained therein. higher. H. A. Cuke; Hon. Dr. Massiah; Hon, The following notices were given would have done, when the chile
The Legislative: © go tone G. D. L. Pile; Hon. V. C. Gaie; Hon Mr Cox: Resolution to appreve of the " oe Sve deity
Legisla ive ouncil . share Reply Short G. B. Evelyn and Hon. Dr. A. 8S. Cato Book of Reference and Plan of the pro- developed, and had its own re-
Your Excellency’s regret at the The Reply was on the short side, “25, °2#>inted to go into this matter. posed extension of the Water Works is vponsibility to face. And parents
resignation of Sir Dudley Leacock but they had always felt that in The > lowing doc uments were laid 3 the Parish of St , Mlehael must also remember that it was
" Wee -- . . a 7 — ate Stat ut wowing gross Customs and Mr. Cox esolution to approve of the ... ,, 7 ae al . é
from the Exe cutive Council and replying to the Speech of His Ex- Excise Receipts for five months ended Book of Reference and Plans of the pr he kind of life they lived, that
join with Your Excellency in wish- cellency the Governor, it was im- — August, 196! posed extension of the Water Works he child would follow
ing him a very happy and tran- possible to deal with ‘ The Commonwealth Agricultural Bu- in the Parish of St. Michael
£ i é y ar a Ss é vith all the mat- = . . Ss + stints ° antay
quil retirement from his public ters on which a speech of that sort of the meena ean 11080 ee Ra ye c aan tori Ane +3) A —_— aaa i . es
oi . 7 S une) 50-—5 amen 1 ustoms Ta i 92 remark ere made ) other
duties. They welcome the appoint- Would touch, He felt that the most Report of the Labour Department for This was later read a first time ales concerning Mr. Tudor
ment of their President. the Hon- the Council or any legislative bo the year 195 The House passed a resolution for cer- ~PCOXCTs, t ge Mr. Puc
1 1 a gl tive body aad nd the g 1 k being
ourable J. D. Chandler, as a mem- Could do was only reply in general , 7%€ Fensions (Pensionable Offices) tain replacements for the Fisheries Bx- speech, and the good work being
Ser ital . 9 8S & mem an : . ; ply in 8 al (Amendment) Order, 195) verimenta) Boats done by the Youth Movement, a
ber of the Executive Council , erms and say that the legislature The Report of the Select Committee The House also passed a resolution successful meeting was brought to

Your Excellency’s concern at the Would be only teo willing at any appointed to prepare a Draft Reply to suthorising the Governor to enter ar

a close, The chair was taken by

difficulty in securing and retain- time to consider any measure His Excellency the Governor's Address agreement with @ person to serve in the the Rev. L. Bruce-Clarke

ing the services of valuable which came before their Chamber

















delivered at the opening of the Legisia- Labour Department in the post of Fac-



s ture Session 1951—54 was handed in tory Inspector
cfficers in the administrative, sci- Regarding paragraph 5 of the and adopted with amendments, and The House approved an order to change a . 7
rntific and professional branches Select Committee’s Report, Hon. an Address embodying the Amended the titles given to officers of Government 4 6 Books Missing
t ; Servic ¢ r Dr. C. H. St. Jot said there ac Report passed by the Council for Departments “ 4 Oo =
of the Civil Service is also fel . pa cere eee SAO WES 1 to His Excellency Go The House passed a resolution for $63
, th . ‘ shih saa ransmission to His Excellency the Gov e se passed a resolution fe
by the Legislative Council. They 9®¢ point to which he wanted to ernor s a gratuity to Mr. James Lewis, retired Fr ym Bri Co i ‘il
issure Your Excellency that any *efer, and in doing so, under the ~The Council concurred in Savings Bank Messenger on 1. Tounel
reasonable measures which may head of Capital Rehabilitation Re- Resolution to place the sum of $70,000 A Bill to make provision for the pro- a =
- : serve F 1, His Excellency i < t the disposal of the Governor-in- tection of Third Parties against risks There are 76 books missing
reach them th he .. ¢ serve und, His Excellency in hi . 2
“mes em with the. object of — a. i utated haw he kad } Executive Committee to Supplement the arising out of the use of motor vehicles from the British Gouncil Library
solving these difficulties will re- *! ated how he had in mind, getimates 1951-—52, Part I—Current, as and for purposes incidental thereto, was | eee al
ceive their earnest consideration particularly the possibility of pros shown in the Supptementary Estimates sent to a Select Committee and many of these books are i
hy : ‘ viding funds from this Rese 1952-52, No. which form the Sched- The House adjourned intil ext the possession of borrowers, Bovr-
The Legislative Council alse FOr na , Ive 3-52, Ni -
seg iSli ouncil as fund for irrigation ile to the Resolution Tuesday at 3 p.m rowers are asked to consult the



share Your Excellency’s concern at

He wanted to say a few words
the serious position prevailing at ‘aa 7



list at Wakefield, White Park and
if they find that they have any

M ; on that point. They all knew the . os +
the Port of Bridgetown. The fac- jmportance of teriwation a. the Failed To Produce “Moneka Brings ef the books in hand to notify the

tors SE eae, to the present cane cultivation and the produc- x ‘ pl
serious position have existed for tion of foed crops, but His Ex- D L
some time, and any steps taken to cellency gave no details of any rivers tcence
remove them will be welcomed by scheme for irrigation
the Legislative Council, Hon. Dr. St. John observed that
Tn conclusion, the Legislative the average Barbadian “thinks it
Council wish, in particular, to could be done by pumping .winc)-
assure Your Excellency that they mills or supplying the water from
are willing to give earnest consid- the reservoirs of the Government
eration to all measures submitted ;
to them for the implementation of whether an efficient supply of
the suggestions financial and water could be obtained that way,
otherwise, contained in Your Ex- ay oe Kine pt
; ’ 7 omes se, a rie ri
cellency’s Address and to reaffirm (2) Comesite t ae

in general their determination to 8440" El icity Sch
continue to play their part in all ‘lectricity Scheme



~

paid in seven days or in default and
14 days’ imprisonment.

Christ Church, 20s and 1 costs for saili

and welfare of all classes of the Sc4@me which he felt the Govern- offence was committed about 8.30
community,



For failing to produce his driv- The
s licence to Cpl Cyrus, Darnley Moneka arrived here on Monday jturned in time
Greaves of Black Rock, St. Mi- night
chael, was fined 15s and 1s costs grapefruit and limes from Dom-}
by Mr. C. L. Walwyn yesterday. ae
eibeans ad? | tay _q ~The offence was committed on e
Water Works”, ‘git he doubted December 7. The fine is to be ‘pdeocate’ yesterday that lime
grapefruit are becoming!
plentiful in Dominica while
Mr. C. L. Walwyn also fined oranges are out of season |
Harold Humphrey of Worthing, Schooners and motor vessel

ng

7 . : not conforming with the road bados now will bring chiefly a
matters designed for the progress He wanted to put forward 4 gigns on November 13, 1951. The cargo of grapefruit and limes

mei : alrea » oi -Oon- Driv. < mare re
ment had already given some con- 4m, Both cases were brought by Private land owners in Dom
|

lAbrarian.

Grapefruit Owing to the amount now

missing the lending of books may
100-ton motor vessel! be stopped if these are not re-

with a moderate supply of |

Moneka’s mate told the}




efor
Mygiers

from Dominica for Bar-}|
|

Simply sprinkle

sideration, and which might help Cpl. Cyrus inica grow large crops of the
, ys . Cyrus. 4 » ‘Hy .*
One Of The Best to solve the difficulty. He felt that ’ fruit and sell to agents who ship} some nee
& ; Government should consider care- them for local vendors | into the lava-

Moving the adoption of the Re-

s the selerati actric a i) ° > passenger came rom |
port, Hon, Dr. H. G. Massiah said fully the generation of electricity 20-Y ear-Old Finzed One passenger came up from

Dominica with the Moneka and
fine weather made the trip a good

h ad +h pleasure ask at their own factory at Lancaster
pe nee pea 1D sieeiit in askin& Current from there could be sup- a C
LON Ta A members to approve plied to plantation and to peasant ow é For t
the Report. He wanted to say, if owners and market gardeners,

.



tealing ona,

speech presented ‘to the Legisla- own electric pumps and delivery Police Magistrate of District “A” und
ture by His Excelle




. The Moneka took a day and a
he might, that in his opinion the gnd they in turn could buy their His Worship Mr. E. A. McLeod half coming here from Dominica

er

tory bowl and
leave overnight

then flush.
*Harpic’s’
cleansing action
disinfects and
deodorises
where no brush







WI
it

power of one engine. She

y at the pipes, and they would be helped yesterday ordered 20-year-old has a twin screw diesel but one n reach “
opening of this Legislative Session by loans from the Peasants’ Loan Eric Phillips of Deacon’s Road, of the engines was taken down SGP SEGEM ON
was one of the best he had ever Bank. St. Michael, to pay a fine of £7 before she left Dominica, | *Harpic’ is safe -

heard in that Chamber, There was at Lancaster a build- by seven instalments or in de-

S rij 1 . ” \
With its comprehensiveness and ing already existing, and with an fault three months’ imprison- She will g0 on dry dock SOME” tape. including . é
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vision and its grasp in general of untapped supply of Natural Gas, ment with hard labour for steal- day

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all problems affecting this country, all that would be necessary would ing clothing, the property of John stay fe

he thought that honourablesmem- be; the provision 6f machinery. Peter and Donald Richards,

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Wednesday, January 16, 1952
Tourist Prospects

THE tourist industry of Barbados is
gradually being recognised as a valuable
industry second only to the manufacture
of sugar and its by-products in the econo-
my of the island.

But it suffers to-day from two handicaps,
both of which can be easily remedied.

The first handicap can be removed by
hotel proprietors: the second is due to a
deliberate choice made by the political
party with a majority in the House of
Assembly.

Hotels in Barbados have not remained
static nor have they resisted influences
which have resulted in improvements. But
Barbados lags considerably behind other
Caribbean territories in the amenities and
arrangements provided by hotels. The
very excellence of Barbadian climate and
way of life has tended to blind hctel pro-
prietors to the changing tastes of visitors.

The resident colony of retired and well
to do English, Canadians and Americans
on the Leeward Coast have introduced
other standards of taste and services and
the Colony Club in St, James is an out-
standing example of what can be achieved
in Barbados by intelligent use of stone and
natural surroundings, The example set by
the Colony Club and followed by another
residential Club on the Coast has not ap-
parently found favour with the proprie-
tors of other large hotels. The grounds of
the Marine Hotel are frequently used for
outdoor cocktail parties and for dances at
night, but dining outdoors has not yet be-
come customary during the five months of
the tourist season. Barbados’ resistance to
eating outdoors is almost unique in the
world. In Rome, Cairo, London, Nassau,
Naples to mention only a few cities eating
outdoors when the weather permits adds
to the enjoyment of the meal, particularly
when there is subdued lighting and light
music as accompaniments. Most Barba-
dian hotels could arrange for meals to be
served outdoors and could compete with
one another in the inducements offered by
shade plants, orchestra, falling water and
other signs of good taste and discernment.

Visitors to Barbados are normally most
polite and are reluctant to say anything
that would appear to be critical of the ser-
vice they now enjoy at existing hotels. But
hotel proprietors must be aware that their
hotels are mofest little hotels offering
little more than they did at a time when
visitors were less well-travelled than they
are to-day. In 1$52 most visitors have
probably stayed in half a dozen hotels in
as many countries before ‘they arrive in
Barbados. They make comparisons and
draw up their own balance sheet of credits
and discredits. They do not expect much
but they miss what they do not find. So
many things that they miss could be reme-
died if hotel proprietors realised how
simply they could be remedied : A tele-
phone in each room, a library in each
hotel, a better menu, cheerful service
are obvious attractions in any hotel
but they are not always to be found.
Greater co-operation between hotel pro-
prietors might assist individual hotels to
improve their services to the benefit of all,
and might result in joint action to provide
a private regular bus service between
hotels and the City for at least five months
of the year. But if hotel proprietors might
co-operate to improve the amenities offer-
ed to the tourists who arrive now, the local
Government can assist the tourist industry
generally by an avowal of its intention to
see that Barbados is not defeated by
Tobago or any neighbouring island in the
race to attract capital for investment in
new Hotels,

If Trans-Canada Airlines puts two of the
five new Constellations they expect to re-
ceive in 1954 on the Caribbean run, they
will be able to bring some 800 passengers
more during the five months of the 1955
season. Already with existing transpor-
tation facilities they expect to bring some
1,600 Canadians to Barbados in the five
months of the 1952 season. It is obvious
that unless Barbados prepares now to cope
with this potential increase in visitors,
those visitors are not going to come to
Barbados. At a very conservative esti-
mate this would mean a loss of some quar-
ter of a million dollars. Of course Trans-
Canada Airlines is not the only source of
transportation for the North American
tourist and if Barbados possessed at least
one modern luxury hotel, managed by a
first rate manager and fed by expert chefs
the influx from tourists would be consid-
erably greater. The provision of such an
hotel depends on the decision of the pres-
ent government.

So far they have shown little anxiety to
encourage Canadian investors who are
known to be willing to build such an hotel
if the government will give an incentive
greater than that presently offered to
Canadian investments. The prospeets for
tourism are the brightest in 1952 but
there is room for self-examination by the
industry and by the Government if there
is to be progress.



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BARBADOS ADVOCATE



WEDNESDAY, JANUARY



No. I Didn't Take What Makes

My White Tie

stark

KOREA

Pe



OR many years I have been in
the habit of sluicing imy
hair with water before I comb it.
Everyone has always said I'll be
bald within a year

I started the habit at the age of
ten. I am now 37 and my hair-
line, once voted “most likely to
recede,” has not travelled any ap-
preciable distance. But I had to
go to Korea to find out that my
advisers were right. Water on
the hair is bad for you, especially
if you emerge from a sleeping
bag and try combing your hair in
a temperature literally freezing.

You find out then that the top
of your head is fast becoming a
rehearsal stage for winter sports
And later on you find that you
have caught cold.

_ Ever wonder what a harmon-
ica player does when he catches
cold on a tour in Korea? It was
too late to do much about it
Four shows were scheduled and
it is impractical to send a signal
to a unit to say that the show
won't go on because the cast has
a cold.
_ I took a few tablets and an
inhaler, but I might just as well
have gone in for newt’s wings
and bat’s teeth.
Odd Stage
Y mind was taken off my
plight by the stage on which

I was to work.

It was an ancient Korean grave.
The men were waiting to see
what I'd do about it. I did
nothing about it but just started
to play, even though I felt a bit
odd about a habit I have of tap-
ping my foot while I play. I felt
even odder when I found I had to
announce that the next number
was called “On Top of Old
Smoky.”

Afterwards a placard was put
over the scene of my perform-
ance, bearing the simple yet
dignified legend. “Here Lies
Old Smoky.”

Two other shows that day were
held in a tent. The sides were
up, and as I played the gentle
Korean breeze caressed me_ the
way a tiger caresses a sheep.

I found the only way to oper-
ate was to hold the harmonica in
one hand, a handkerchief in the
other.

If LI concentrated, a quite
snappy rhythmic effect could be
achieved like, for example, in
the Blue Danube. ‘“Da-da-de-
da-dum — Wipe, wipe — Wipe,
wipe.

Don’t try it
takes practice.

Next morning they brought me

right away. It

breakfast in bed, and, in Korea,
this is wild, madcap luxury. The
orderly attached to an Indian
medical unit who brought the
breakfast put it on a box by my
bed and then started out of the
tent

Suddenly he returned, took the
breakfast tray off the box, set up
a second box atop the first, and
replaced the tray. The effect was
to bring the tray to a more com-

fortable height. The courtesy
implicit in the gesture was one
of the most warming things I

have ever come across,

Just Mud
Rae the toughest part of
the kind of tour I was making
was the transport problem.
Your world is bounded on ail
sides from then on by mud.
You finish a show and have to

get, maybe, ten miles away to
your next.

As you whiz along at a snappy
three to six miles an_ hour,
negotiating the vari-
ous features which

make Korean roads so
charmingly unroad-
like, you become aware
of your spinal column
trying to form letters
in various alphabets—
not omitting Sanskrit.

Scared

HE prime differ-

ence between this
tour and any other
I've ever made in a
theatre of war is that
hitherto the _ troops
were brought in trucks
to the show, always
located well behind
the lines

The situation here
is reversed, The show
goes directly to the 5
men, wherever they writes
are. Had my mike

been set up 100 yards
fiirther on, there were

limes when I'd have
been serenading the
Chinese.

I was surprised that an enter-
tainer would be allowed to per-
form so far forward. Surprised
in my language is synonymous
with “scared stiff.”

Now, of course, in a field hos-
pital near the lines you do not
expect applause from your auci-
ence. I went from bed to bed
and asked each man if there was
something special he'd like.

A Filipino requested “Bes. m?
Mucho,” a Belgian asked for
‘Pigalle” and “Symphonie,”
while «a Negro, who had been
looking rather dour until then,
asked for “Beale Street Blues.”

His entire expression changed
during the number, and when I
finished he awarded me _ the
supreme accolade: “Cool man,”
he said, “that was real cool.”



How JUST Are London’s Courts ? |

From seat in the Press box, John

jarke, watches closely and objec-
tively the day-to-day administration
of justice in London

@ Each magistrate appears to
@ work to a pattern of punish-
@ ment as highly individual as
@ a hair style.

N the ante-rooms of London's

police courts, as the courts
open for business in the morning,
there exists a kind of uneasy
cameraderie between the police
and their prisoners.

Cigarettes are fumblingly ex-
changed, and when lit are tugged
at urgently by those waiting in
the wings before appearing in
dock and witness-box,.

And in these dragging, nervous
minutes, the police are plagued
with one question above all others.
“Who's the beak, mate?” the pris-
oners ask in eager, anxious tones.

If the answer to this question is
fairly given, the prisoners can, if
they have experience of the courts,
fairly assess—to within a week or
two in the case of prison sentences,
to within a few shillings in the
case of fines—what is likely to be
their fate when they are tried.

For within set limits there is a
range of penalties to meet each
crime; and each magistrate ap-
pears to work to a kind of “pat-
tern of punishment” which, within
those limits, is as highly individ-
ual as his hair style.

12,000 Cases

N the last two and a half years

I have listened to upwards of
12,000 cases being tried by some
16 magistrates. What is the abid-
ing impression left by this experi-
ence?

It is that seeming anomalies in
the dispensation of justice occu
with disconcerting frequency.

Too often it seems not
gravity of the crime which
cides the punishment, but
magistrate’s conception of
gravity of that crime upon
particular morning.

Take one or two recent in-
stances. First, two cases heard in
the same week in different courts

In one case, a driver's mate,
aged 22, pleaded guilty to stealing
articles valued at 15s from an un-
attended car.

the
de-
one
the
one



WASHINGTON.
meeting in Philadel-
phia are being shown a new
chemical which, it is said, will
revolutionise agriculture,

For it converts dead or ex-
hausted soil into fully productive
soil in a few hours.

The new substance, whose trade
name is Krilium, is not a fertiliser.
It restores the physical structure
of the soil to its proper consis-
tency.

Scientists

Repeated tests carried out dur-
ing the past three years show that
the chemical is anywhere from
100 to 1,000 times more efficient
in improving soil structure than
compost or peat moss,

Members of the American
Association for the Advancement
of Science who were shown the
chemical threw scientific caution
to the winds and spoke glowingly
of turning deserts into green
pastures.

Krilium will be used to combat
soil erosion, and some of the





In the other a 20-year-old ap-
prentice-fitter was charged with
stealing 95lb. of gun-metal valued
at £8 from his employers. He,
too, entered a guilty plea.

Against each of these two young
men there were two previous con-
victions,

The man who stole £8 worth of
gun-metal from his employers was
fined £10, with an alternative of
42 days’ imprisonment if he could
not raise the money.

The man who stole 15s worth of
goods from the car of a stranger
was* sentenced to six months and
not given the alternative of paying
a cash price for his crime.

Had these cases been tried, each
in the other court, would the pen-
alties imposed have been the same?
One can only wonder,

This is the height of the shop-
lifting season, for the sales are on.
Let us therefore look at two shop-
lifting cases.

On succeeding days two women,

one aged 68, the other 38, stole trates are always in danger,
goods to the same value—£3 13. vee of judging one case by the

—from London stores.

Both were brought to court, both others in that category. When this

pleaded guilty.

The first was fined £3; the sec-
ond was fined £10 and ordered to
pay three guineas costs.

On one particular day, two
shoplifters who each had one
previous conviction for
crime were charged in different
courts with stealing a number
of small articles. They were
both women, one aged 44, the

other 47. The first was sent to
prison for 21 days; the other
went down for six weeks—just
twice as long.

Prison Or Fine?

N the case of fines it might be
argued that having regard to
different financial circumstances,
a small fine may be as great a
penalty as a larger one.
here the penalty is imprison-
ment, that argument is less easy
io apply. If the punishment fits
the crime in the one case, can it
be said to do so in the other, in
the instances I have cited?
The differences lay in the pat-

Kriliam Is A Weapon For Peace

(By R. M. MacCOLL)
scienusts are seying that it will
be a powerfui weapon against
Communism in its own way as the
atom bomb, because Communism
thrives so often among people who
live on soil too played out to
support their growing populations

A big factory is beings rushed to
completion in Texas, but Krilium
will not be on the market in large
quantities before 1953.

OPINION

AS members of the congregation
filed into a Presbyterian church
in Elizabeth, New Jersey, recently
the Rev. Charles Brackbill stood
at the door handing out question-
naire forms. The people were
asked to write down what they

thought of his sermon — “and
please pull no_ punches,” he
begged.
SAVINGS
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LARRY ADLER

TROOP SHOW |
TRAVELOGUE



| “IN THESE modern and sophisticated times, we
| too often think of morale as something to be
purchased in material things. We seem to be-
lieve that confidence and courage are produced
solely by a full stomach, warm clothing, and a
roof over the head. Reasonable and decent
standards of this kind are, of course, necessary
to life itself; but true morale is likewise pro-
duced by direct appeal to the heart of man and
| to his noblest instincts.”
|

~-General DWIGHT EISENHOWER.

A kid from outside Knoxville,
Tennessee, wanted “My Happi-
ness,” and “Goodnight Irene,”
at the mention of which a groan}
went up that was not due en-/
tirely to physical discomfort;

So it went on for 45 minutes.





‘Great Man’

HEN I walked around and}
met some of my audience.)
The kid from Tennessee had step-
ped On a mine. Formerly his typ2
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By WILLIAM BARKLEY

injury, a severe leg wound.! yy ' saan ; ‘
necessitated: .emputaticn, Now| WHAT makes a nation get going and keep

they were able to save the leg. going? What makes a man tick?
“Feel my. tee, sir,” suggeated How comes it that this little island, which

the kid. “See how they've got| t!
the blood circulating ? That's
Major Weinberg’s work sir.”

1e Ancients regarded as the last spot of
desolation in the known world, grew to be
is ; , _,.| the leader of the modern era, the mother of
Sea oie : wena nau. | vention, the cradle of power?
from Mississippi, “that our pa-| Ah, ha! l'have you here. I ask the questions.
tients are our V.1I.Ps. It’s awful! You answer them, you 16,000,000 readers—if
four people read the newspaper for every
one who buys it (the meanies!).

Everybody tells us we have to work harder
if we are to maintain our standards in a nation
burdened with arms and bureaucrats.

What is the future—smaller fires, emptier
plates, shrinking freedom? Or shall we go

forward with good will and enthusiasm to
reap, for us all, the fruits of the most won-
leno flowering of mechanical genius ever

known?

| Now I can talk with perfect understanding
| (o the readers of the Daily Express about idle
orkers, botchers, eye-servants, clock-
| -vatehers, lead-swingers, malingerers. For I
| cm sure not one of these drags is to be found
|in the whole Express community. .

Oh, no. The Daily Express reader bounces

|out of bed in the morning and says: “What
can I do in this wonderful new day (or New
P i ; | /@ar) of Opportunity?”
Wate ceed en dhaot than hice And he retires at night to his well-earned

home with a

to save a man, but then lose him

sa yrer- rest with a “Htm hum; I have done pretty
rou eae of that telegram | well, but I could do better to-morrow.”

going ou at’ reads * e ar!

Department regrets. . . Well THIS SLOW

we try to see that as few of those |
telegrams as possible have to go
out.”

OR DOES HE? If I were really addressing

you and beating the dust out of the pulpit
ishions I could soon see whether any of you

cowered before me, or blinkered or shuffled.

And you could come round to the vestry
alter, and bully me.

What is the origin of slow motion? I think
it occurred years ago while men were repair-
ng my bomb-damaged house.

As soon as they got their coats off they in-
| juired if they could boil a kettle to make tea.

Then a young lad asked to borrow a bicycle
because, if he cycled three miles to his depot,
| he could get bottle of milk free to help with
the tea. He was to be called up for national
service in a few months and gave not a rap
whether he earned his money or not.

I did not have to pay them except as a
contributor to the bomb damage scheme.
| Nobody bothered. If the cold wind blows
/through a broken window on a new-born
| babe, why worry?

That spirit did not build Britain, will not
keep her Great.

At other times I have seen men licking into
in urgent repair job, singing at their tasks,
tossing bricks like ping-pong balls.

The silly thing is that these busy boys are
afinitely happier than the idlers.

THIS STOP :

HOW comes it that (according to the Finan
cial Times) the Germans in a year have built

75 houses per 10,000 of their population
against 39 per 10,000 in Britain?

Must you be defeated in war (a condition
unknown to us) before your imagination fore-

sees a future of rust and corruption and ver-
digris—of everything you value in life going
to ruin—unless you stir your stumps?

A doctor tells me of a Yorkshire pit-where
the miner stops work whenever he has earned
£12; because beyond that he is taxed heavily.

Now, there is not a preacher in the lands
inveighs so bitterly against tax as I do. Dear
beloved brethren, come round to the vestry

after the sermon. I will dilate on this subject
in words unfit for the pulpit.
THIS VIRUS

IT is no good the people—or their represen-
tatives—demanding and passing endless laws
which mean vast expenditure and then dodg-
ing work rather than pay tax. Get the tax
down. But get the coal up meanwhile.

What, has no one a heart for the working
man who seeks to come home to the bonny
blink of a cheery fireside? Confound their
politics. Snap out of it.

One lazy man can infect the virus of leth-
;argy in 99 around him. But then one good
| leader can inspire a whole group.
| We hear of trades unions moving against

members who work too hard, Let’s have more

| joint action against the fellow who has to be

years, says Commerce Secretary, carried.

Charlés Sawyer. In a year-ens| Let employers, managements, and Govern-

review of American economy, he} ment devote themselves to curing the modern

says that the savings have helped disease of frustration, which arises because

em = 7. a moan so many industrial processes need no skill and

its savifigs in a cae wave of| 90 many dirty jobs are unrewarding.

buying, inflationary pressures will} THIS DANGER

surge up again, he warns, FEAR, hope of reward, and pride in the job
PENALTY | are historically the great incentives. And of

THE House 6f ‘Representatives | these fear among us isa dwindling force.
Un-American Activities Commit-| _!t is a wonderful history, the independence
tee urges in a report that foreign| of the British working man. Down the cen-
spies caught operating in the|turies he has trembled before kings, nobles,
United States should be put to) squires, and capitalist’ bosses. Now, in his
ae peece-time ss well mind, he has dismissed the lot.

: MICE He fears neither thrones nor principalities

IN STAMFORD, Connecticut,| "0" hell fire nor the sack. Great is his dig-
the mouse-trap business is boom-| "ity. How splendid to stand on his own feet
ing. Oldest inhabitants cannot| With head upraised, fearing God but no man.
remember such an invasion of} Now he has nothing to fear, except himself.
Ms pag mene Prosaic explanation by) Beware there, brethren. After your many
Sts enamie ae amd ae triumphs and overthrows of tyranny you may

have raised up in yourselves the most dan-

summer flat tissue and are seeking
out the pantry.” gerous foe of all.—L.E.S,

At the end of any given day
you will probably feel depressec|
at the sights you saw, the con- |
ditions under which people must
live in a country as truly primi-
tive as Korea,

But later on you'll feel how
— well worth while it was. 1
did.

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terns of punishments fixed con-
sciously or otherwise in the minds
of the different magistrates; they
clearly did not lie in the actual
crimes,

Magistrates are human beings. I
have frequently filled with pleas-
ure at the warmth of humanity
displayed and dispensed from the
bench. But being human, they ex-
hibit from time to time human
weaknesses. |

I cannot recall a single in-

stance of magisterial bias against
a prisoner as an individual, how-
ever unattractive a character
the prisoner may have possess-
ed, But I know magistrates to
whom certain categories of
crime appear to be particularly
repugnant and who may be re-
lied upon to come down more
heavily than their colleagues on
the bench, whose anathemas lie
elsewhere in the charge-sheet.

Again, because they hear so
many cases, such endless repetition
of seedy, feeble excuses, magis-
1

sum of their experience of all

happens the small details that
make each case, for all its simil-
arity to others, such a highly in-
dividual matter, tend to get lost
sight of.

Extraneous matters, too, may
have a bearing upon the punish-
ments imposed. I have known
magistrates, quite evidenty in a
lenient mood (and how fortunate
for prisoners when by sheer chance
they encounter a magistrate in
such a mood), put right out of
humour by an impudent or stupid
defendant. The next case called
has faced a magistrate in a very
different mood.

Is It Justice?

S justice done, then, in the police

courts? It depends upon one’s
interpretation of the word. Gen-
erally speaking, criminals do not}
go _—_ and the inocent do not go |
to jail. :

Thus far justice is done bu!
with anomalies so frequent and
degrees of punishment so varie?
as they are, there seems to be room
for improvement,

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to do he is allowed a furiher
period of five days from the date
of the request in which to produce
it at a police station.

4. Clause 9 enables a third
pariy to recover from an insurer
the amount of any judgment he
may obtain, notwithstanding that
the policy may be voidable or
cancelled, and Clause 10 provides
that in the event of an insured
person becoming insolvent, his
rights against the insurer shall
be transferred to and vest in the
third party, The remaining
clauses of the Bill contain various
detailed provisions for imple-
menting the principles ef the Bill;
for example, Clause 16 imposes a
duty on persons against whom
claims are made to give informa-
tion as to whether or not they
are insured, Clause 17 makes it
cbligatory to surrender certifi-
cates of insurance when policies
are cancelled, and Clause 22
imposes penalties for forging cer-
tifleates; in addition Clause 26
empowers the Governor-in-Exec-
utive Committee to make Regula-
tions with the approval of the
Legislature for carrying the Bill
into effect.

Discussed Since 1935

Mr. Cox (L) said that the bill as
Hon. Members knew was a ques-
tion of having insurance against
third party risks, It had been dis-
cussed for many years as far back
as 1935 or 1936 after accidents be-
cime prevalent in the island.

It was being felt that many
persons who had vehicles and who
were not in position to make good
any damages, should take out some
sort of third party insurance—not
only for the benefit of third party,
but to provide some security for
these owners who would find it
very difficult to cover the damages
if they had a case in court and
who would therefore lose thei
holdings.

The matter was discussed on
many occasions and it was agreed
to in principle, not only by the
House but by the public. It was
only a question then of getting in
touch with the various insuranc?
companies ana@ discussing it wita
them, at the same time finding out
their rates. That was’ recen‘ly
done, he said.

He said that just before the last
House died, the biil was introduced
by the Leader of the House and
discussed. It was agreed to then in
principle but some hon, members
said that they did not have time
enough to digest all the implica-
ions of the bill. The session died
and so the bill had to be reintro-
duced.

“There are no new points nor
amendments made in the bill and
hence it comes back to this House
in the same form it came last
October,”

He said that there mignt have
been some controversial clauses
but he did not intend referring to
them unless they were raised by
some Hon, Member.

After quoting the objects and
reasons of the bill, Mr, Cox said
that it compared favourably with
similar bills in Trinidad, British
Guiana and Gambia. The only dif-
ference was that in Gambia, there
were no limitations as regards the
maximum amount that can be
paid by third party or parties in
general. It was an old act of the
U.K, y

so,



Select Committee

Mr. Mottiey (E) said that the in-
troducer had said that before the
last session died, the bill was dis-
cussed and that they on that side
of the table agreed with the prin-
ciple of the bill. They still agreed
with the principle of the bill.

He, however, wanted to throw
out the suggestion that Govern-
ment send the bill to a Select Com-
mittee. There was the question of
premium, he said. All those new
laws which were being brought
into operation in the community
must partly depend on the econo-
mic situation of the island and
should be carefully dealt with,

The bill, as the introducer said,
was partly similar to ones in
British Guiana, U.K., Trinidad and
Gambia and so there must have
been some difference, With that,
together with the fact of the prey
miums, he thought it would be well
for them to send the bill to a select
committee.

He said that the sending of the
bill to a Select Committee did not
mean postponing the bill because
they were anxious to see the bill
enacted.

He was going to vote for the
second reading of the bill. He was,
however, urging Hon, Members to
send on the bill after the second
reading.

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Mr. Talma (L) said that he re
garded the bill as an admirable
one and which, if properly enacted,
would bring about the passing of
constructive legislation whereby
relief from pain and suffering will
be given to impotent pedestrians.

He said that the bill might have
seemed not to work in the interest
of the third party as they hoped.
Although the object of the bill was
in order, he said, he hoped that
the party to derive the benefit
would be the third party. If that
‘were not done, it would be ram-

~pant with pitfalls.

He felt that they should spend
two or three weeks going through
the bill line by line so that it
would be better than those which
obtained in British Guiana or
Trinidad, He felt that Barbados
should set the example for third
party insurance in the Caribbean.

Mr. Haynes (E) said that he was
supporting the second reading of
the bill but he was in favour of
the sending of the bill to a Select
Committee. He was hoping that
if the bill was sent to a Select
Committee, a clause would be in-
‘troduced similar to one in the
Workmen’s Compensation Act
which enabled owners who were
liable to appeal to a court if they
were not satisfied.

Mr. J. C, Mottley (C) said that
he agreed with the Senior Mem-
ber for the City that the bill was
teo complicated to be rushed
through with hurriedly. He felt
that it should be sent to a Select
Committee in order for it to give
satisfaction,

Mr. E. W. Barrow (L) first com-
plimented the Junior Member for
St. Philip, Mr. J. C. Mottley, for,

“his impassioned and sincere
maiden speech.”
Mr. Barrow then said that he

did not think any member of the
general public after hearing or
reading the debate that had been
made on the Bill, would appreci-
ate its ramifications

“Some members made _ refer-
ence to this Bill being on all fours

with the Workmen's Compensa-
tion Act,” he said
“Nothing can be further from

the truth. Whereas the spirit and
motives of the Act have been
sim.lar, this Act puts the less for-
tunate members of the commun-
ity on an cqual footing with the
more fortunate in so far as any
loss or injuries due to accidents,
fatal or otherwise, may be suf-
fered.”

He said that the Bill indemnified
the user or driver or owner of a
motor vehicle against any ‘lia-
bility’ (and he used the word ad-
visedly for reasons which he
would explain later) resulting
from accidents in which they
might become involved.

Users of motor vehicles usually
protected themselves against per-
sonal loss or injury by taking out
insurance policies. But there was
no enactment in the laws of this
island which made it compulsory
for the driver of a motor vehicle
to insure against third party
risks

Illustration

“If I may give a simple illus-
tration,” he said, “if Your Hon-
our were proceeding in the due
course of events along one of the
more busy highways of this city
and someone dashed across the
road suddenly and your motor ve-
hicle was_not insured against Third

Party risks, that person would
be entitled to go to the Courts of
Law and sue Your Honour — I
am not being personal in any way
—for negligence, for breach of
duty of care.

“And if that unfortunate per-

son, his executor, administrator
or dependents recovered damages,
he would then have to go against
Your Honour’s estate, if such
exists, in order to execute the
judgment of the Court

“If a person like myself enjoy-
ing only a modest income was un-
fortunately involved in an agcci-
dent with an even less fortunate
person, the third party recover-
ing damages against him would
be no better as there would be
nothing from which to draw.

“The whole object of the Bill
is to make sure that there would
be some fund to satisfy judgment
of the court,”

He said that before damages
could be recovered, one would
have to prove conclusively thar
the accident was due to the negli-
gence of the person in charge of
the motor vehicle, that is why
they should define and distinguish
the Act before them from the
Workmen Compensation Act

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sult of an accident during the
course of his employment, wheth-
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gence or anyone's else negligence
was entitled to compensation as
of right

Problems

There are over seven thousand
reported cases of Workmen's Com
pensation on the type of problems
which most frequently arises be-
fore the Court. There were prob-
lemis of the nature cf (1) whether
the accident arrea during the
course of employment, or (2) out
of the employment, or (3) wheth-
er the injured person was a work-
man within meaning of the Act

Once these issues were decided
or admitted a workman was en-
titled to compensation independ-
ent of the inequitable Common
Law doctrines of ‘Contributory
Negligence’ or ‘Common Employ-
ment’.

On the other hand, in a motor
accident case negligence had ic
be proved on the part of the per-
son by whom one was knocked
down. If tne dr.ver successfully
set up as a defence thet one’s own
negligence in some infinitesima!
measure contributea te the acci-
dent, one woild not be entitled
to recover. If the driver's negl.-
gence was 99 per cent of the cause
of the accident and the negligence
of the injured party one per cent,
the injured party recovered no-
thing at all.

“Absolute negligence had to be
proved,” he said

They therefore saw that al-
though they were passing an Act
to make sure that an unfortunate

person who was injured might
have some fund to go against he
had first to be successful in a

Court of Law.

Insurance Companies were not
run on the lines of provident as-
sociations, he said. Insurance
Companies always fought cases to
the bitter end. Even when they
were advised that they were in
the wrong, they fought as a mat-
ter of principle and always re-
sorted to some subtlety in order
to escape paying money. Insur-
ance Companies did not like pay-
ing money outside the Court and
it was only when judgment was
pronounced in the Court that lia-
bility was brought home

“It has been my experience,”
he said, “that with the best of
intentions, we have adopted cer-
tain social measures which have

been enacted in the United King-

dom for the benefit of different

sections of the community.
Ancillary Law

“But very often we have adopt-
ed these measures without look-
ing at the supporting and ancill-
ary enactments which already
cxist in the United Kingdom to
tnake these measures which we
fubsequently propose, a_ reality
and I am suggesting, Mr. Speaker,
that instead of repeating the mis-
cake which we have made so
many times in the past, we should
adopt as soon as possible, a Law
NXeform Contributory Negligence
Act

“That Act in the United King-
dom states, in my own words, that
where any accident occurs which
is partly due to the fault or de-
fault of one party and partly due
to the fault or default of the other
party, instead of throwing the
plaintiff or the injured party out
of court because he in some way
contributed to the accident, the
Court would be entitled to allocate
the damages as it were propor-
tionally—to the proportion of the
amount each party contributes to
the accident.”

Therefore, he said, if one were
riding a bicycle and by his neg-
ligence contributed only 10 per
cent towards the cause of the ac-
cicent and the driver of the motor
vehicle contributed 90 per cent,
instead of being denied the right
of recovery of any damages at all,
the bicycle rider would recover
rine-tenths of the damages which
the court would normally have
given him had he not contributed
to his own accident.

That was the first point which
he intended making, he said, but
he wanted to make another point
which was not altogether ger-
mane to the issue.

At some early date, he said,
they would have definitely to
amend the Separation and Main-
tenance Act, 1950 and make its
provisions more widely known to
the members of the community

Select Committee

He said he would assure the
Senior Member for the City that
it had been and was still the in-
tention of the members of his
Party to allow the Bill to go
to a Select Committee The
interest of the community had
to be considered and would
always be considered by members
on his side of the House who had
no intention to stampede or steam-










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reaching in
ces.

Some people might be tempte
to believe that Clause 4 of the B
meant that people who were r
ing on a bus and were injured
would not be covered by ti
party risks. That was not so
ihat sub-section only referred tu
people who were merely joy rid-

legislation so far-
its social consequen-

ing or who were friends or bare
licensees of the driver of sthe
vehicle

Another ection which he
weought worthy of serutiny 5
the select committee was-+ sub-

section b V of the same clause 4
where the liability of the insur-
ance company towards any sing!
person claiming was limited to
£1,000. Similarly sub-section VI
where there might be more than
one claimant

If a court awarded an injured
party £5,000 say, even with this
Act on the Statute Book only
£1,000 would be secure

But in fairness members would
also have to remember that if the
liability of the Insurance Com-
panies were not limited in some
way by the Act, the premiun
which such Companies ‘wauld
feel themselves constrained to
demand from the motoring public
would





be so high as to prohibit
the use of motor vehicles. And
this, Mr. Speaker, was no over
statement as the Act made it
Statutory Duty on all drivers to
insure with a penalty attached in

default thereof

The Select Committee would
therefore have to endeavour to
do justice to all sections-——the luc}
less pedestrians, drivers, owne
and the Insurance Companies

His last point was that since the
recovery of damages depended on
the success of the litigant inthe
Courts of this island, he hoped the
cost of litigation in the highe
courts of the island would soon
be made less burdensome than it
was at present

Well Reasoned

Mr. W. A. Crawford (C)- said
that both the House and the com-
munity were obligated to the Hon.
Senior Member for St. George fo
his. well reasoned and excellent
contribution to the debate In
fact, since he so clearly, embodie |
the intention ana decisions of his

party, one wondered why he d

not second the motion for ‘thi
Second Reading of the Billy That
would have obviated the necess-
ity for much of the criti¢isn
which had been made.

The Hon. Member for St. George
had been at pains to explain the
fundamental differences betweei
the Bill before them and_ the
Workmen's Compensation Bil!
and the difference was indeed
simple. On the one hand, the
worker, once injured, was entitled
to compensation as of right: on
the other the injured party had
first to prove negligence befor«
the company accepted liability.

It was impossible for the de-
fendant, under the proposed Bill,
however, to resort to the trate-
gies or artifices in order to escape
liability which were possible
under the Workmen's Compens4-
tion Act It was nothing as com
plicated as that was, and it was
unnecessary again to emphasise,
the difference.

Complicated

Indeed, the surprising thing
about the Workmen's Compens;:
tion Act was that although it was
supposed to be a simple Act to
provide compensation for the in-
jured worker, in actual practice, it
was perhaps one of the most com-
plicated pieces of British legisla-
tion; indeed, it was the only one
which had given rise to an entire







new series of Law Reports upon
it. That was why, for years he
had emphasized the necessity for
substitution for it, Jegislatior
which is more simple in opera-
tion

“The main point which I wish t«
emphasize, however,” he said, “is
the question of insurance. Withir
recent times, we have enacted a
number of laws which make in-
surance compulsory and while
some of us are singing the Hatle-
lujah Chorus over the introduction
of this Bill so are the Insurance
Companies.

“It is time that the Government
underwrites some of this insurance
itself. Foreign underwriters are
reaping a harvest in this colony, I
submit that the Select Committee
might well concern itself with
making recommendations in this

respect. Workmen's Compensa-
tion, canes, fishing boats, third
party insurance, all these require
insurance, and the Government

should actively consider the mat-
”

Tr.
The Bill was then sent to a
Select Committee.

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ry replied e respec ‘ Sts a ere ,
wathee the Report was amended th <> | : Bxceiiency es Speech, he
* not. he would bring the sug- * ule 7g it up as a separate
entit n to the notice of the Execu- Address later on, and discuss i
cpr spe aw : y cn its particular merits, ane
OK Mr Fee Hutson said that make a motion rather than in
Hon. Dr Massiah had stated that ' Oduce the Jarticular subject into
His fxcelleney’s speech was one (he Reply,
of the finest ever given in that Hon Dr Massiah said je
Chamber und = «6with~= «that, = he inted to draw attention to the
thought they all agreed t that that subject was governed
It was not often that they had general way in the terms «
with them a Head of the Admin- the Report, and secondly, th
istration who was prepared lO ‘ouncil was not a policy-makin
produce his own ideas—origina’ body and they had as a last resor
ideas—distinct from maintaining to say what they thought of an
the status quo, and he therefore policy. He therefore did not thin
felt that they ‘should be a little <¢ would be wise to ask the Gov

more expansive and appreciative

({ His Excellency’s ideas in thelr Hon. Dr, St. John formally wit?
Reply. ' crew his motion for the amend
Hon. Mr Hutson said he ment, and the Council adopt
appreciated the fact that it Wa the Report as aménded. An A
ustomary for a reply to a speech ¢ress w later moved by Ho
of the sort to be short, but he pr Massiah and passed, embody
elt that in view of the except- ing the terms in the Committee
onal quality of the speech, that Report,
they might just insert a line or
two to that effect —
Hon. Mr, Hutson then moved , =
that at the end cf the first para- N l S i
graph, these wods be added. ava uppor
And to express their apprecia-
tion of the many valuable com- From Page 1.
ments and suggestions contained of National Defence only «

Of

t

Long-Term Scheme
course,” Dr, St




the
with the Electric

John said,
a lorie term scheme, because

rigation.
Hon,

\ anted

Dr, St

to emphasize the

ernor to formulate a policy








ment should supply money for ir-

John said he only
point
made by His Excellency the Gov-
rnor in his Address, but if it wo
the wish of the Council, he would

5-Man Committee To Consider 3rd Pariy /nsurance

rr rr

therein.” He said it was not very
much, but at the same time it
would help to infofm His Ex-
cellency of their appreciation.

Hon, Mr. Cuke seconded the
motion put by Hon. Mr. Hutson,
end the Council unanimously
approved,

Opposing the amendment pro-
posed by Hon, Dr. St, John who
was seconded by Hon. Mr, Hut-
son, Hon, Mr, H. A, Cuke said

Monday had officially denie

a published report that wu.
planes were destroyed b
this means,

3. Many local ‘war lords
whom the French pac
bribed successfully last year
are supporting the Commun
ists again, because the
French have found them-

selves unable to continue ex

it was quite competent for any ‘
member of the Council to debate
His Excellency’s speech or voice
tiny opinion which he felt to ex-
press, but he did not think it was
competent for them to reply to
an Address, expressing the view

that provision should be made a Fe ec j Re
ior iri ation without examining ”: ar gee a re eee
he question and without going je use OF Veh eT
into it at all cenaries The Repert re
Yer called that Jepanere troop
, xcellently — f¢
Out of Place had fought excellently fo
He felt that it was a little out the French in 1946 and i94
of place to do that, and said that The Report tid that th
fter all “the question of irriga- Germans — in the Forei-
tion is a technical one which is Legion had also fought we

being






worked on by the Govern-
ment,” and should be feft to the
people who look after the indus-
try to deal with it., He did not

You've got to feed a cow

milk she’s supposed to

planters and other

ing the Communists

sums to avold attacks

de
10%
lihood = of
seurce of manpower

continuing

UP.

F the mame FAMOUS for Pickles

for generations

White Onions
Cocktail Onions
Chow Chow
Walnuts

Branston Pickle
Mixed Pickles
Gherkins
Piccalilli

wort tomon YY food products

Local Agents
T. Geddes Grant Ltd., Bridgetown

right or she won't produce the

Feeding a ration high in needed

milk-making ingredients helps her produce to her bred

Feed

in ability

milk production



PURINA

MILK CHOW ration for |

THERE'S LOTS OF MILK in
each bag of Purina Milk Chow
the

complete grain ration fo

maintaining peak production
Contains proteins and mineral

r cows need



H. JASON JONES & CO,
LIMITED,





orbitant payments

Chinese “Nationalists” ar
supplying both rebels an
French forees and Frene

commer
cial representatives are pay
larg

pite desertions of roughly
but held out litt'e like

|



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DIED

On the 15th Js
residence Gall Hil
Alexander



JONES ry 1952, at bhi
t Chureh

rintendent









Bentle* Planta
funeral will lei
nt 9 m. to-day
Parish Church
Eldica Jone
PAYNE- On ith 1952 t his
reaudence Hothersal
rig, St Viexand Adol
Payne, age 92, reti employee
the St Michael Hi
funeral leaves the above residence at
4.3 pr te-day for St. Matthew's
Church
Nurse Lecent Gomes, Urcil Payne
MacDonald Payne ‘children: J
P.y ne (grandson







MEMORIAM





ever-l Ve emory of
i beloved EL L EN MILLAR
who wernt to t th the Lord on
Jar léth 1999
‘Not dead but slecping™.
The Millar Family 16.1.52—1n



ANNOUNCEMENTS

“GLADIOLL & DAHLIA”



Orders ire | now being taken for
Gladioli and _ Deblias for delivery in
December 1942, parties interested in
booking please phone 4442. T. Geddes
Grant Ltd 10.1.52-t.f.n

= +
PERSONAL
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The public are hereby warned against

giving credit to my wife
DPDARD ince NRUSHFI
1 myself responsible
cise contracting 5



deht or de

my name unless by
by me

ERIC McDONALD GODDARD,
Four Roads Nursery
St. Philip





————



The public are h warned ag t
pivi credit fe CYNTHIA |
LAYNE jnee ¢ PrITH) as I do not)
hold myself r} or anyone
else cor y debt or debts in
my nat by 2 written order signed
by me

LORENZO
Thomas





EDUCATIONAL

xt Term at the Alexandra School, St
, will reopen Monday, 2ist January,









All communications e
this school for giris may he
the Headmistress, Miss Hilda Kellman
RA., P.Paed, (Toronto) at the School
THEODORE BRANCKER
Honorary Speretary ond Treasurer,
Alexandra ei hoot
6.1,52—5n



O on RENT
HOUSES

LCENTS OFF CE cool with six win
deus situated centrally in Bolton Lane
Dial 4582-7. B. Field & Co

16.1











52—2n,



MYRAVILL m Aquati ic Garden, Fur-

nished. From Jan, 16th to Magch 16th

Two months orly Phone Merehall 4117

between O am. and 1 a.m
15.1,62-—4n



attlewash, from “the. 15th to
the S3lst January, February, March, Moy
June, July. Apply Mrs L. Weatherhend
C/o J. N. Hirryman & Co
11,1.52- —
UNFURNISHED ROOM on the sea- side,
Worthing, Phone’ #401 16.1.52—2n





Advertise in the
Advocate
For Results...







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Hither Rock Aymchates, Settecs har or name of “Clarke & Tucker”
wid upright Chalr oo ; HELE Bridgetown, has as from the 3ist day «
TABLES—China, Bedroom and December 1951 been dissolved by mutu
i en 4 Sideboards “7 ns aot sant ae C far a | hark
Bree So Binet “3 ae a r . e \ CLERK for the Hardware Dept Sniekie ly RE ee retices ork the 7 1
and Springlike Cushions $4 0. up oe had not less than 2 years! partnership and that the said Haro
Jenks, Bookracks, Bookcase erience, Apply in writing only. N.B-) Whitfoot Clarke and Peter Albert Ker
setcer 12.1.52—7n. | neth Tucker will continue the sa
° AN OVERSEER for Hanson Plantation, | Coane timtet ce Bnepeny Fvie. Or at
Geor please apply in person je pated this 15th day of January 1982
Ltn 3}... et ne
° > . Ter
CASHIER WANTED. Apply to J. B 4 * as Fe
7 ld & Co., Swan S .
SPRY ST. @& Co., Swan St, | iw nota
, Dial: :-: 4069
: 1 eRe GARDENER: Young energetic man a ty 2 > T N
90O6.60798000O0G8000000S. | dener and general help. Apply: ncome ax | atiee
ee en on, 39 Swan Street |
\i 16.1.89—an| ; NOTICE 18 HEREBY GIVEN th
‘ax returns are required fror
OFFICE a every married man whose income |
RALPH A. BEARD ||| corse chesnut cette Haton"pr Saou, ve
1 A - ether person whose income is 00 pe
pply pases: Lower Estate Factory.! .nnum or over and from companie
(A.M. INST. BH. F Y.A.) pee oll s 1.5 ma whether incerporated or unincorporateo
sil - 7 r - societies, persons engaged in any trad
Offers you the ollowir nen a on ere Le tose ae? or profession, aid owners of land «
Bargains in Property tervals Application treated confiden- property whether a taxable income h
a sty Rox ¥. Advocate Co , Ltd yocerued during the past year or not
1 hy _ 33 1. S2—t.f.n Forms of Return may be obtained fro:
WORTHY DOV. i oe the Income Tax Department AFTER TH
IST DAY OF JANUARY, 1952, and th
Situated at Top Christ “MISCELL \NEOUS forms duly filled in must be delivere
Church, star 2,00) sq. ft - _ tte me on or before the followin
having 3 bedrgons with connecting PICYCLE—To purchase one second | respective dates;
Toil and Show Lounge, Din- ind bieyele suitable for boy between 1 Returns of persons whose boos
ior . larae outside Bal es of 10 and 12 years, Dial 4170 be- were closed on the 3ist day «
Moten Built-in Kitehen ‘een the hours of 8 a.m. & 11 a.m. or December, 1951, on or before tt
r leo Oo 2 noon & 4 pm Sist day of March, 1952
Servants hoon 16. 1. 52—1n 2. Returns of persons whose princip
I ' 1 t & Shower having place of business is not situate i
. i a the island on or before the 30th
} pee £5,000 _ day of June, 1952.
| : LOS t A FOUND 3. Returns of all other persons, on or
j Gcennecenn before the 3ist day of January’
oa 1952,
1 N. D. OSBORNE,
i EVANTON . LOST Commissioner of
3] eS ee a + He - Income Tax and Death Duties (Ag.
Hi Ss : hich R PECTAC LES—Brown turtle shell in} Note:—Any person failing to make his
| Tr g on 19,000 sq with sun clips attached on 13. 1, 52 return within the due date wi
bedrooms, a large | een Pickwick Gap and Westbury be liable to a fine not exceeding
| - te Dining Re | d. Finder please return same to the £100 and not less than £2 and
' : Mod keitehe 7 | he te Advertising Dept. A reward will be pro uted unless a
} ath Roome and Toilet i be given satisfactory reason is given
r All the Bedrooms | 5. 1 Sr 10.1,52—Tn
|



ts. outside
ant'’s roor
mm, Toilet. &
ardens are well

laid t heaving dual Eoty
Price £540 For viewing










further ¥ ' at Ralph
Beard Au and Furnishing
Show Rooms, Lower Ray S§

After hours



Phone 5010,

Don't f
larg
hand re at reasonat

| prices 15.1.52—2n

a
————







@ written order signed |






COOL LP OLR D SG



PUBLIC SALES



REAL ESTATE



{
FOR SALE : FOR SALE OR RENT
ARCHVILLE—Sargeants Village, Christ

Church, 2% miles from Town. Govt. water











Electricity, land for gardening. Apply

AUTOMOTIVE A. L Mayers Advocate Advertising Dept. |
15.1.52—3n |

CAR: One Morris Oxford, 1,600 miles.|~ “PROSPECT HOUSE,” (on the sea |
As new Dial 3900 16.1.52~2n | at Prospect; St. James standing on 3)
|







: a “ roods 30 perches of land. The house
CARS (2) Vauxhall Cars (S-13) and] contains drawing and dining roems, 3
Telephone O17. Mrs. Gibbons.| bedrooms, breakfast room, kitehen. toilet
16.1.52—I" | and bath; Modern conveniences. Garage
———————————een | and servants room in yard. Inspection
CAR: One (1) Standard 8 im good) rom Monday to Friday (inclusive) be- |
working condition Apply to L. King.| tween 11 a.m. and 2 p.m
c/o R. H. Edwards, or Kingsley, Deacons} The above will be set up for sale at
Road 15,1.52—27 | public Auction on Friday the 1@th Jan-
Le | uary, 1952 at 2 p.m, at our office in

CAR One Prefect Ford in excellent

Lucas Street, Bridgetown












BARBADOS ADVOCATE

GOVERNME

seca

iy NOTHE





LIQUOR LICENSE NOTICE

|
| The application of
Shopkeeper of





David Devonish,
ergeants Village, Ch. Ch



POLICE TR > ¢ < for permis ion to sell Spirits, Malt Liquors
Barbados-Jamaica Cricket aerac Bey LES Owe z &c. at a board and shingle shop with
git, 19tK 19th, Send, Sith. oath os ches at Kensington val on the meee sieanee at a Village,
. . , «end, , 25th, 26th, a2 ave « ‘ | wi in Dist. P
1952 h, 28th anc 29th days of January, | “poted this isth day of January 1952.
; c To: FE. A. McLEOD, Esq
RULES made by the Governor-in-Executive Committee under | Police Magistrate, tte nmvONTRE!,
deeds 79 ‘ol
— RTA . the Police Act. 1908, for the regulation of Applicant
traffic between the hours rs
_— , of 10 a.m. and 6 30 p.m. on the days; \ B —tThis application will be consid-
on which Cricket Matches against Jamaica will be played at } ered, at a Licensing Court to be heid
Kensington Oval at Police Court, Dist. “A” on Friday
the 25th day of January 1952 at 11 o'clock
1 In these Rules am

B.A
Police Magistrate

McLEOD,

ludes Dist. “A

“vehicle” inc carriages, wagons, carts, motor vehicles,

handearts, trucks, barrows, and all |
other machines for the portage of goods or persons.

2. All vehicles proceeding in the direction of Kensington Oval

between the hours of 10 a.m. and 5 p.m. shall approach by way of |

bieycles, tricycles, Vans, 16.1 52—In



LIQUOK LICENSE NOTICE

condition, five good tyres. Ring 3018 CARRINGTON & SEALY Lakes Folly and Fontabelle Road only and shall proceed in single| The application of Evans Carrington,

a8. 16. 1. 52—3n| line down Fontabelle Road. Shopkeeper of Bush Hall, St. Micnaet
ree gee ee eae a —VSTEWARTVILLE"—A bungalow a 3. Between the hours of 10 a.m. and 5 p.m. no vehicle shall | ae i a. ail, ia wonawn, busbaing wih |
Swan Street 15,1.52—4n onto Sar aan OO ee seinen (Proceed on Fontabelle Road in the direction of Lakes Folly, except ee attached at Bush Hall, St
CAR— One Buick § W-1) in excellent) "om the Public Road to the sea. the motor-buses on route No, 25. Dated this 14th day of January 1952.
rinidition, “Apply: L. Ni. Simpedn, Geman |. 2Pe House contains drewing sie Ghuhe | 4. Between the hours of 10 a.m. and 5 p.m. no vehicle shall enter | 7:.E. 4. McLEOD.





rooms, 3 bedrooms, kitchen etc. electric-
ity and government water installed. Ser-

Plantation, St. John 12.1.62—Tn

Police Magistrate, Dist. “A’.

Kensington Gap from Westbury Road. M. CARRINGTON,

CAR. Ch Set Gadon i vants rooms in yard. — | 5. etwee " a. i — ie! all for ‘Applicant
jae eenineeet Se reer Oke, Inspection by appointment with the Bet n the hours of 11 a.m, and 6.30 p.m. no vehicle shall} 3 — —This application will be consid-
vited 13.1.52-4n | Undersigned. be parked in Fontabelle Road from the junction of Lakes Folly to the | ered at a Licensing Court to be held

The property will be set up for sale Police Court, Dist. “A on Friday

a

Office







by Public Competition at our

CAR-—Small }
mall Morris 8 Touring Car, in Sartes Street, Bridgetown, on

Friday

good working condition, good tyres.
Consult J, Downie, near Bibys Gap, 18th instant. at 2 p a
Halls Roed, St. Michael. 13.1 52—2n YEARWOOD & BOY as 52—7n

a
CAR BARGAINS—One Morris Oxford,
ne 1,600 miles, One Standard Vanguard,

fone 2,600 miles. One SM1500 Singer

jone 5,500 miles. One Singer Roadster

PROPERTY AT CHEAPSIDE
One large substantially built two
torey wall building just below the
public market, standing on 54.000 sq.)







tr, ¢ ¢ 1,900 miles th bove are all in : ae “8
xeellent condition. Phone 4435, Redman : a aa wn = one me jo wa
»ylor : 52 aitable as a gues se or bo
« eee sae 8 ed Priced to sell Apply to D'Arcy A |



15 1,.52—2n |

“The “undersigned will offer for sale to |
public competition at their office on
Friday the 26th January at 2 p.m

A Stone wall dwelling house standing
on half an acre of land at London Road
Brittons Hill. Dwelling house comprises
open Verandah, Drawing and Dining
Pooms four bedrooms, kitchenette, toilct

Scott, Magazine Lane.



VAN—One 1937 Chevrolet Van in good
working order apply C. E. Stoute Court-
esy Garage. Phone 4569.



16, 1. 62—In

ELECTRICAL





ELECTRIC STOVE: (Small) with one



yi plate and oven Phone: Mrs. Me!-| and bath. Government water installed. |
ile 2660 16.1.52—in For inspection apply on the premises

to Mrs..A. F. King the owner any day
DEEP FREEZE-One second hand] between the hours of 8 to 5

NESTCOLD Deep Freeze in good work-

















draught
Vale, St.

ring, driving. or
Sweet

Apply to
George
13.1,52—2n

For further particulars and Condition | __________
condition Apply Hastings Hotel} of Sale apply to:— :
titel 11.1.52—6n HUTCHINSON & BANFIELD |
- Solicitors,
ny James Streci. |
LIVESTOCK "2.1.52—6n |
—<—<—__——_——
| NKEY & GIG with Harness, Tele- AUCTION }
j chone 0117 16.1.52-1n] —————— —-
~~ i HAVE been instructed by the Gover!)
| NY —One Tstud). Suitable for} ment in Executive Committee to sell |
Seawell Airport on Thursday next the |
|
|

17th at 2 p.m., One Fordson Tractor. It

Crichlow,
iron wheels

has new spare tyres and
Terms cash,
D'ARCY A. SCOTT,
Government Auctioneer
12.1 52-——4n



MECHANICAL

MACHINE—-One
wing machine



De Luxe treadle Singer
in perfect condition used



|

|
UNDER THE SILVER (*

{



riy by owner equipped with motor at-
cament & all other attachments belo’ HAMMER
& to same. For particulars Phone
16, 1. 52—5n NEWSPRINT }

By recommendations of Lloyds Agents |
we will sell on PRIDAY the 18th at
S. P. Musson, Son & Co, Lid. Waie-|
house, Pierhead, 8 Rolls Newsprint |
Sale 2 o'clock. TERMS CASH |
BRANKER, TROTMAN & CO.

Auctioneers |
16,1,52—2n |
————_—_—_—

UNDER THE IVORY HAMMER I:

MISCELLANEOUS

ANT OURS -— Of every deseription

i China, old Jewels, fine Silver

colours, Early books Maps, Auto-
‘rophs ete.. at Gorringes Antique Shep

i loining Royal Yacht Club.

‘ 3.10.51—t.f.n
———————











AGRICULTURAL FORKS: Limited fy instructions received from the |.
uantity going fast Secure your re] Insurance Co., I will sell om Friday

Uirements without delay Dial 2090—] January 18th, at Messrs Gen..al Motor |
'ordware—B'dos. Bus Co., Nelson Sst 41) «#1950 A- -40 |

Co-op. Cotton Factory
16.1. 5@—3n

hon Austin Car. Damaged ate accident) Sale

at 2 p.m, Terms Cash
Rock Plantation, St. Peter. VINCENT GRIFFITH,
18.1.52--6n Auctioneer.
ees | 15,1.52—4n





‘nouire Auto Tyre Company, Trafalgar
Phone 2696.
12,1.52—t.f.n.

Spry Streets.



NOTICE
PARSSH OF ST. JAMES

At a Vestny election held by me .on
January 4th 1952 at the Vestry Room,
St. James, the following Vestrymen were
elected to serve for the year 1952
Mr. J. H, WILKINSON 9 votes

Mr S A. WALCOTT
Mr. W. H. WALCOTT



OVEN--The “Wonder oven the little
mn of the stove oven that bakes, roasts,
tows, and does everything an ordinary
ven will do but does it in less time and
Fitted with
indicator only $9,
Harrison's



“we economically.
‘uilt in heat
btainehte from
Broad street

special
74 each
Hardware

store,



Mr. J, N. CRICK
me 16. 1, SBN} yy AL, JORDAN
“One SPRAY PAINTING OUTFIT Mr. B Sta HOLDER
» . ur. C, G, MASSIAH
erfect condition Apply: S. A. Me-
. Mr. A, G. JOHNSON
skie, Phone 2049 or 4155 =
18.1 $a—2n|Mr. S. MASSIAH
i Mr C. B. SEARLES
were elected,
SANATOGEN WINE—Contains all the Mr. STANLY JORDAN 155

tive principles of Sanatogen in a

CORN—At
GALVANTSED SHEETS — A_ limited
ntity, 24 quage, 6 ft. $5.60, 10 ft. $9.33.
["s Mr. L, S. BAIRD 150





Seaae ant form, Tonic and Restorative B -
‘NIGHT'S LTD Tene an | ME. Be TAYLOR, "
feordive Bunpies, Kittens ete ¢! °% Pk
;e NIGHT'S LTD, 15.1,.62—2n NOTICE
‘ PARISH OF ST. PETER
| TORNADO International K.41. Beaut!- At an Election held on January 14

i condition, excellent equipment. good

1952, the undermentioned ten (10) per
cine record. Cost $700.00 now $500.00.

ons were declared duly Elected to





i!
|| No offers. Hicks, Telephone 3189, | serve as members of the Vestns for the |
| 18.11. 51—t.f.r | veor 1952
i 1 Charles Henry Perey Jordan

TYRES—At last, now obtainable 2, Thomas Eustace Corbin

rbados, the famous BTR truck a 8. Thomas Smith Chandler

snd at reasonable prices, See 4. Egbert Lawrence Bannister
new showroom or dial 4611 5. Cyril Amos Thornton

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OFFICIAL NOTICE



| BARBADOS. IN THE COURT OF OBANCERT
Th pursuance of the Cl © Act 1906, LT do hereby gis to all persons
having or clafming any estate right or interest to any len or brances in or

the 25th day of January 1952 at 11 o'clock |

shall do so from the direction of Westbury Road.
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affecting the property hereinafter mentioned (the property of the defendant) to
bring before me an account of their claims with their witnesses documents and
vouchers to be examined by me on any Tuesday or Friday between the hours of
12 noon and 3 o'clock in the afternoon at the Registration Office, Public Butidings,
Bridgetown, before the 4th day of March 1852, in order that such claims
may be reported on and ranked according to the nature and priority thereot
respectively otherwise such persons will be precluded from the benefits of any

| decree and be deprived of all claims on or against the said property.

| situate at St

| ing on a place called or known as Sea View Hotel,

Plaintiff: ENA MAY GALE
Defendant: CLARA ALSOP GALE

e : FERSTLY ALL THAT certain messuage or dwellinghouse called
PARADE VIEW” with the land whereon the sume stands and thereto belonging
Anns, The Garrison in the parish of Christ Church in this Island
containing by admeasurement 650244 Square feet or thereabouts butting and bouna-
on lands formerly of Mary Ana
Cooper, but now or late of Frank Craig, and on the public road or howev-r else
the same may butt and bound SECONDLY ALL. THAT certain messuage dwelling-
house or store situate in High Street in the City of Bridgetown in this Island

fand numbered 15 in the said Street together with the land whereon th. same

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SAILING TO PARAMARIBO AND Sailing Wednesday 16th inst. CURIOS, ARTS
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stands and thereto belonging containing by admeasurement 1116 square feet or
thereabouts butting and_bounding on the premises known as Number 156 Roebuc k
Street and 14 High Street and on the premises known as No. 16 High Street and on
High Street aforesaid or however else the same may butt and bound AND
THIRDLY ALL THAT certain piece or parcel of land ee the dwellinghouse
thereon called “BARTICA” containing by admeasuremeht 9016 square feet or
thereabouts (formerly part of two acres and thirty one perches) and also 840
square feet of the public road situate in or near the district called the Cocornut
Walk beyond the district called Hustings in the said paris, af Christ Church in
this Island butting and bounding on !ands now or late of one Mrs: Inniss, on the
Sea, on lands now or late of Marcus Grannum et al, and on the Public Road or
however else the same may butt and bound Together with the messuages or
dwelling houses and buildings and all other the erections and berildings on the
said respective parcels of land erected and built standing and being with their
appurtenances.

Bill filed: 3rd December, 1951.

Dated: 31st December, 1951



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; 1.1.53—4n

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PAGE EIGHT



By O. 8,

COPPIN

THE ARRIVAL of the Jamaica team to play a series
of two Tests the first of which opens at Kensington Oval
tomorrow, recalls to the minds of the senior cricket fans
among us, Jamaica's last visit to Barbados over a quarter
of a century ago—January 1925—to be exact.

Cricket fans have been insistent that | produce some
sort of a refresher of that tournament before the Jamaicans

go into battle tomorrow.

Unfortunately I was among the
§uniors at that time and so the
tournament meant little or nothing
to me. However I have been busy
among such records of the* games
as they are and I have got some
information that should be suffi-
cient to help those fans who saw
the games relive some of the best
moments and make those who did
not see them aw fait with this sec-
tion of the history of the game in
Barbados.

Three Games Drawn

The Jamaicans played three
three-day fixtures against Bar-
bados and all were drawn. The
first opened at Kensington on 7an-
uary 2ist, 1925. The Jamaican
team was captained by R. K
Nunes, now President of the West
Indies Cricket Board of Control
and the Barbados team by the late
Sir Harold Austin.

Having won the toss the
Jamaicans elected to bat. They
created a good impression for they
oceupied the Kensington wicket
for the entire day scoring 251 for
4, F. R. Martin, later one of the
West Indies star batsmen, top



Scott top seored with 94 while
C. M. Morales’ 73 was the next
best score. Other good supporting
innings were F. A, Foster 46, R. K.
Nunes 42 and J. K. Holt 45.

The Jamaican innings took the
entire day and Barbados was given
no chance for victory and this
game too was left drawn.

The third and final mutch open-

ed in perfect weather conditions
and Jamaica having won the toss

elected to bat. They were very
low and cautious however and

took almost the entire day over
inaking 188 in their first innings.

Good Bowling
bowler H. C. Griffith 3 for
i overs and slow spinner
L. G. Hoad 3 for 66 in 31 overs
ere in fine form and were chiefly
responsible for pinning the visitors
down to a small score.



Barbados began their first in-
nings late in the evening and had
19

red 23 without lass by close of
play.

Third Game Drawn Too



BARBADOS ADVOCATE

Looking Back on Jamaica's 1925









WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 16, 1952

Soe ee eterna

istt To Barbados



RAMADHIN INCIDENT

$75 Donkey Dies
After Accident

A donkey valued $75, owned by
Kichurea Carter of Charnocks,
Christ Church, died after it was
involved in an accident at Char-
nocks Road, Christ Church, near
St. Bartholomew's Church, on
Monday afternoon.

Also involved in the accident
was motor car M 703, owned by
DeLisle Dear of Hastings, Christ
Church and driven by Gerrad
Chesley of the Ocean View Hote!,
Hastings. One of the car’s head-
iights was damaged.

The Police were informed that
the donkey ran from the direction
of Carter’s residence on the ieft
side of the road across the road
and struck the right front fender
of the car. It died shortly after-
wards.

The brakes of the car were
tested and found to be in order. ;



Handbag Taken
With Contents

A handbag valued $14, contain-
ing a cigarette case valued $5, a
lighter valued $10, a purse con-
taining $1.44, two keys, a compact
case, a pair of lens and a comb,
total value $46.72, was stolen from
the office of Messrs, Carrington
& Sealy between 1.00 and 3.15 p.m. |
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An unknown man went to
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AT im Tarilton E. L. G. Head one wicket for Glands Made Youn
opened the Bar- 36 runs by close of play.
bados inning Jamaica batted until 5.12 p.m. Vi R KEEP YOUR HOME SPIC AND SPAN
P. H. Tarilton and the skipper declared his in- gour enewe i
after tea and were together at close nings closed, Jamaica had by that | We have a wide range of
of play. The Barbados score was time put up 265 fwr 8 wickets and it out eral or
114 for 0, George Challenor 65 not Barbados was given no time to Tt pot taal oka Gilere your’ Cine. oF
out and Tim Tarilton 43 not make the 182 necessary and this uffer from nerve, brain and physica! - -
out. game too was left drawn. | Weent ATTA tov derecead eadion!
Challenor Scores Doyble SONNY RAMADHIN leaves after a delayed appeal by Hassett. Left to right: Umpire McInnes, | disco which restores youthful vi-
@ On the third cs Johnston, Guillen, Ramadhin, Langley, Ring, Hassett. | sour and vitality Quicker, { than gland Established Incorporated
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ind last day of 9 ® nent in tablet form, discovered by an })) 860
»lay Challenor ( Os ims < \merican Deer. Rbofutely harmless '
nd Tarilton put » Jap ‘ tragglers most powerful Invigourator known to | 10 and 11, ROEBUCK STREET.
mn 185 runs for A ‘ain 70 Osi i . .. O icy . ee e Kill Ci ‘li | clenee, Tt acts directly on Your lands,
he first wicket Ss t i iivilian erves, and vital organs, builds new,
ania ; ure blood, and works so fast that you
vefore Tarilton @ From Page sae an 666 and feel new body power anc = => a
vas caught and Barbados golfers were again in change for colonial products but is there has not been the same eeo- MANILA, Philippines, igour in 24 6 St Boe. moggcee OF ~
»owled Rae for good form and defeated Trinidad Piling up debts in currency whicn nomic development supporting Monday, crveg, your brain power, Memory an
‘4. But Chal- to the tune of 23 points to 13 in 18 decreasing in real value, social services such as universal | The Department of National of t often improve amazingly.
enor reaching the Four Ball Best Ball Singles “The problem of steriing pal- education, Defense said that a force of 30 aoe this amasiny 5 new wanes and
1is best form mate which was played at the ances held by the colonies, in owner There is a widespread impres- i ny troops and ae officer has | cuaranteed, It has been tested an.
‘ompiled an un- Rockley Golf Club, Christ Church words the problem of debts repaia sion in the West Indies” the state- ts Co ere ay ae ae ores a ‘hinvat all chemists "here, (et Vl
jJiefeated 237 yesterday. in currency losing its value, is one ment adds, “that a great deal of the akan ; pero e | oa ia up: nite TABS from your chemist today. Put
} Vinile R. Chal- ie tines the tate pata hae which requires an urgent soluticg..” present difficulties are caused by World Spans ” gtrage ers | ee ' to the test. See the bi Saprovem es e@ @
‘enor 46 ‘and 4, ‘bad x i a aa be Peiciden The statement acknowledges the the United Kingdom :peking to Da. ss saat 7 are Tot Friday | inate’ eight: dave, under. the postal
H. W. Ince 58 nee 16m ioe Mess a Tr Rode AC West Indies appreciation of the live at a higher standard of living {°C ee eg another last Sriday- | uarantee that it must make you fu!
helped to carry has points, Messrs T, Rodgers, British connection and in particue than its existing productive power A spokesman said that only four of vigour, energy and vitality and fee!
a'yY Col. R. Vidmer, K, R. Hunte and e P ; me v 7 I nw" Japanese stragglers were observed{ | to 20 years younger or money bac!
the Barbados : in lar membership of the sterling justifies,” ge on return of empty pack Guarantee A Perfect FIT f
§ AQOS DP. Maskell won their matches 48° Membership 0 1g RLCrMNE S on the island and was not believed VISEABS costeiittie and ch ,
. Challenor total to 426 ¢ ad ; ag 0 ¢ ; awaren : 7 ho oe me 8 costs little, and the guar-
t G iets. < 26 for scoring three points each against “ea. It also admits awarencss of Ties With Canada that there is a big force oy antee protects yf
ei vanes and so lead Jamaica their Trinidad rivals while the the grave financial and economic Mr, Gomes statement calls at- Japanese holdouts there, Vi-T abs 7 to every SHAPE.
re soning, The game was only Trinidadian with a three problems facing the sterling area tention to the West Indies need for —U 4 Restores Manhood and Vitality
. point victory was R. Sellier, He as a whole and the United King- maintaining the traditional ties of | _——_______ — ae
The second match was begun on beat B. Wybrew. ; dom in particular friendship and commerce with) === n%
an fae ae Barbados had ‘The ' Barbados ladies won all Grave Problems Canada and calls attention also to e i
Me oar : a eae ie aC of their matches yesterday But it emphasises that proposals the increase in the price of exports D Ri eo 34
MAYER Oz » Tari to overcome existing economic and |from the United Kingdom en. oes your oof need Sa
EP sctnae eee H. B. ape financial difficulties by limitations |pared with exports from the Wect ; We have PS
ity ance aving won the toss ef imports and reductions of in- | Indies. i e f .
Barbads sent Jamaica in to bat W ° n ee oe : tat ; P. aS
ASCE at, r vestment would create grave social It concludes: “The West Indies ow aintin it 7 /
Dr, Skeete Bowls Well hat son Today problems in the West Indies, bring-|Mave in fact been experiencing & done wt in A
Chiefly due to Police Courts and Courts of ing in their train political unrest. | growing difficulties in meeting the a Sg
the bowling of Original Jurisdiction fighter control of credit policy |rising cost of imports ever since SR a nee See ae the PAST. N@y ,
Dr. H, E, Skeete 10.00 a.m. in the United Kingdom should not, | devaluation of sterling in 1949.” For the best protection against f .
who took 5 for Police Band Concert at Dis- it is pointed out, cause unemploy- At to-morrow’s meeting Mr Rust and Corrosion use "
15 overs, trict “C” Police Station ment in Great Britain where there |Gomes will be seated with Secre- 1 We can hb {
ed tor 80 sien Ms cm is roy over-employment., Ii tary of State for the Colonies Mr. ME
5 a ay Pas- weuld presumably merely caus¢ yttelton and is expected to ad- : te 2s
R ~ cor - * ture, St, Michael, Jabour to be diverted from one in- | dress the conference. do it all Ri 4 {}
number 8 was dustry to another. RAN Ris }
the best indi- But in the West Indies as a] }&*-@996GSS05S0u0SS: r
vidual score. whole there are no such oppor- g i i the TIME. ;
tunities for re-distribution, as lab-1% }
i ¥
In their turn our is already heavily under-em- 2 10. DAY'S | NEWS HL. ASH }
at the wicket WEATH REPO ployed. % * Goes Farthest —- Lasts Longest _@ ie
ee Barbados scor- A ER RT “The standard of living in the $ SAD ae eee %| Oo Gall ill 700—1,000 feet q -
Dr. H. E, Skeete ed 31 for .the | YESTERDAY. United Kingdom is still beyond] by C. JORDAN THORN $6.00, [| gk mae glpee Ly t Sedn : Rtee dt a ae
icwet loss of Taril~ the dreams of the greater part of } 8 ’ ere 3) _ Stocked in RED, GREY, BLACK !
= ee at the end of the first Rainfall from Codrington: Nil the population of the West Indies’ | % ea a et pena poe % | in drums and tins of Imperial Measure \ P C S$ MAFFEI & CO LTD
ay’s play ae saditl Total Rainfall for month to the statement continues, “The | % e, Medicine, Engineering, % | z : : ‘ an)
Sunday having intervened ue date: .23 in. average Englishman eats ana] o> Tn dustries, etc. $6.00. $ ELE
wicket had recovered considezably dresses far better than does the! % BLUE BAND WARE JUST | T S in Tailorin
when play was resumed on Mon- Highest Temperature: 83.5 °F. sses fa r tha r 4 OPENED. x | LTD op scorers in fatioring
day. Good scores by E, L. Bartlett ‘ : seed 4 ° . 3
who topscored with 61, E. L. G ¥. JOHNSON 'S BFATIONERY “A> | § , _ Prince Wm. Henry Street
Hoad 56, George Francis, 47 and Sane ‘ ri ates x PHONE 4456 — Agents. '
C. F. Browne 59 not out gave Bar- Barometer: (9 am.) 30.010 The West Indies are required tc ’ pieaebtat ttt a
bados the opportunity to declare at (3 p.m.) 29 921 pare restrict capital development, or it })=— ALO COCR | NZEFFIE pan =
281 for 8. Jamaica replied with 54 nthe imports of consumer goods have to |} {
for 2 by close of play. TO-DAY be restricted in the interests of the | || * ° \
sterling area, the necessity will rtd Wh V
Another Draw Sunrise; 6,12 a.m. have to be made abundantly clear | | | | en acationing }
But Jamaica who started with a oar whe pm. i There is a great psychological and || t }
deficit of 201 runs were able to add oon: ull, January 12 social qifference between the popu oO in he Caribbean (
300 fo their overnight total of 54 enna: sae oa 7.20 lations of the West Indies anc @ \ | {{
for 2, for the loss of six additional 3 aria SAB tL Sil sees Great Britain and in the West SN i
wickets thereby putting up 354 for APA FIO 22) MDs 28S Indies there is not the same social .
iy J I |
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Ml HVE8DAV. JAM IKI ll, IISJ BAKBAIMIS ADVIH \TF. iiiKri Amended Report To Governor Adopted Leg, Co. Thank H.E. L\ THE LEGISLATURE YESTERDAY For Inspiring Address THE LEGISLATIVE COUNCIL yaatardu adoptee with amendment), tinKeport ul the Select Committee appointed to prepare a draft reply to the Address delivered by His Excellency the Governor at the opening of thi lative Session, ond later passed an Address embodying the Committee's Report for transmission to His Excellency The Amended Report reads :— I %  %  %  %  the honour to thank Your Excelman had said, anything that coulu the inspiring AUUi %  which Your BxeeUei exists In the on LJi-r,+. whole utiand, and •i -icipini: %  The LjiAs|jtivo Oouneil i*iarr IV.il \ Short %  DortUch on i r s.i Dudii > LeoeocM but m. had ara i i tbt St-I. u ,.r iiiv.%. : %  ellency the Coven mg htm %  very hnpp> %  ihat orl BOM touch. Hi % %  u gbtatlvc bod) n general bfr of tho I riifTirun. DM to rnr.-nler ass measure nut UK gable *"** omroo befori theu I Hcgording paragraph ft of the Report Hoi Of the Civil s. i Or. C M. at J ken he wanted to COUNCIL hUMMa 1MI M. Pan II Caaawl i . cart. *.*. . IM M Nu sTTh.,"..!" Youth ftonememi Get* Lmefure Harbour Log In Carlisle Bay Ha •apfti '' % %  %  •atown m SupaJ m wHary bbn .buuon uih> k*Miai „*>. • ji whu-h ton* Coll***, of TropMI Aanrullurr CamirTmin the nmann la Bar. Katun oi tiu> provmoria or (he n** netfi UaaM Kin* ">r., -Ml II.* 1-r.itM HUria* ,_t Amm, rraaidin* .U-nnemir (V^rmon A— i h* Hi* EirelkHVy l* 0*|. HOUSE %  Tudor. MA, gave an in K leetvre i.., b "i" v %  in Idee. pi nuittn to hat The UM aM.IIJl tlllHU: *UriIK.t CWl i .-d < %  ll.1l > %  • * H-v. Or UMla> II. Hi. Your ii.. D. oat-wnlrif in *,, %  31 u AumK. IfSI 1 raaui Ti matl ••• %  .—• IMS 51 %  '• ..i niHirim*il fix %  hf yu laau Th ParMoni ipna1nn.b:r OSJN • Ammdmr-il < Ontn I Hal Tt.r W LiaiMl m IMI M . haihMI %  > ...II. an i—i NMNr IW 1mm HM % %  %  II.— • thr Qavrrnor (i> tha noneMirathr Ih* llii ft Awnibls iLlnniMm llv Ho' lurakkt Hww thai hr Ka. awtrd 1o ISr name ana an brlmU n( H M^. UN Ki IIk* Art* Numllanfd llu>mu. Th* folk.-In* r-.m *>r irii Mr Oaa HM*>I..HAn t. an>Nr or lh Book .it Ki-fn.-!.•• -.(I Pl.t. o( It* pn>c aataaaaaa %  i Mi. hat) Mi I .i\ KawiloUoii la -H. i ,. DI H. % % %  %  I %  M ralrntia*. i ihr *..<• ,ii U P-rW-! ol V Mr CM "''I ' %  %  I M < .r>*i*l II. *.t. IWI a UW n-art a III %  . *..T.-.IW SuaU TM H.u- •!— onl %  .raaUilHi.* .uUiorb>HiC lit* Cwamor %  i. i . ti v be i Youth i ii efaUdreo, sa well .. Suadao sh the rhilti. thliuj i"i theg .. %  dono, when %  i .? ii wai bl peaii. end i''<* n'--i wort djosai M the Vewh Mo %  aurcesafii! brsoght !• %  a close. Thr chair was lakrn b hn iBruce-Clarhe HTO--1 %  >! | UM 1 i Uch %  aolvuuj these i lUfeM will rtl s %  ilivi %  am ii .ii--) the Mrloui position pret the Pori of Briflcvtowr. 'i ^ utinf to %  %  • rsler, and in doing so. unrior the i v in hiv speech slated how he had In mind. % %  ul |iii'I'lcUnv funds ti": (und tin bM| • Be >-.inted lo say ,i u hetea Hunt irrigation ir> :hand the Ttic CVMMWtl .-..rifuiwul in %  %  %  BVBJOSI I u iMatioaal i>r llw OdaOTiwr-M rawullv* Cummltlr* in *ii[>i Ml %  pan I ., %  %  In M --tilch loin %  l>ipa]li>krnlTilloua* pmwmi a r a eraluMv ii. Hi fantM lit Rooks Ml--IIP: From I'.i 1. t 'IIIMH il OE WITT'S PILLS for Kidney and Bladder Troubles JM ,1 | ... .,| thr Rr1 owers P iH hool %  1 ibnm 1 .>n if borrowers, Bor> I serl^U:DOSlI I Hi Y.Xps taken to cetlency gave tab details of anv lham win be weleooud bj eehen I .ition. the Legislative CeueefL B erred thai : %  1 i. . %  • duui "thinks it pu m p uu j wukn> assure Your K. < r Mpalying the water from %  ne to gh-eearne-t eeskHeV JSTviA^ £5 ^'""^rH'. eration to all measures, lubmitteii to them for the I Failed To Product Driver'* Licence "Monfka" HriHjiS Gafaipofntii list -t % %  Park ,1 th.. and Ih* r the books In hand to notlf) the Owtng the ..mount mi5n l %  The 100-ton motor vessel' ixv BBOSMka arrived here on lAeidl Umc nwdeteta MHPI> Works". it he doubted whether an efficient MUPPIV of suaaaaetons, 'linanelal "serf %  '" '..uld ^'|i ,l ^^*; v ; and at the same time have r nuugn %  Be^jejfrutl and Unsei tveaa Dom-; — Thi e, contained In I %  to play their part In all foi the proeress 1 ire of ail dUeiea of the community. One Of The Be*t M.-.vit ; %  of the IdHi M O. ataaoloh said *•. and riTJeient irrigation. l:lcrtricily Scheme DMl forward a sit h he felt the Oovernmeot had nlrearty given .bich might help 1 oaaai oft} He felt that (iovernment •thouM consider earefuiiv the generation of ewetritit) • 'hnr own hacUM %  .it Lencastot Current I om there could be guphonouraus memben. ... peaeani the R.| %  nd ihej n tora could I %  .^ix-eeh presented to the Leftsla..-. the linn-.and ihej ould be bei,ie.i 1-TgixUtlve Sesion bj loans from thr Peasants' Loan of the be.it be had aeai itmk •:iat Chamber. There w ( Lancaster 1 bulldWiti> ivenees and ln| ag. and with an I ttssp in oaiaaral el orrUjMsad supply of Natural Gas. all problems BtTeettrul this country, all thai would l>e neeeaaary would ii.. ihoughi in..! honourable neni b th.' provision of machinery 1 1 ul,I fully igree with whai That, he thought. vh.Kild himenhe ha-! I %  %  ii ver) %  sertai Reipoit, Hon. ih Wsrtsh said U T (here ena one Ihlna which he Fo: railing to produce his drlv %  to Cpl I'vrus. Diinile .1 Black It *k St Minight with a lined Ifts and ba baV C IWalwyn veiterday The oOoOce was commlUed on The sfo.ieka'* mete told the : Th' Ano 11 to be -Advo, JU lartstda) lhat paid in Sevan day. o m default and grapefruit are btTwmng; mprtsotunestt. plentiful in Dominica amis HJ C I Wataryn also fined ni-angr* arc out of %  eason J Harold Humphri-y of Worthing. Schoonera and motoi ( hiM Church. 20a and I coata foi ruling trom DOOaUUCO f"i Barnot conforming with the road hadoa now will bring chiefly .. igns on November 13. IBS I. The c^rgo of grapefruit and 1 l-OII %  hsj Private land owi lliliii urou laigr 1 lops nf fruit and sell to agent* who them for local v> 1 One paa&engei can.e up from Domlruca erne the Monahe and 1. I U ip u gmxl ..is committed about 8. ,1 m. Both m-i wenbrought by Cpl asms, 20 -. for shout i'.-t,., ond Don. Ul It., liaixls. .vi 11 !%  Phllllpn who ll l-'tt.o known cornaRMti AH orfrnc' % %  d engine wanted to nn-ntion. Ix seemed him an anomaly thai in a couidiy of this tort, three or four or 0 hundred people who work In 'he comfort and livelihood of V*j 1 of the other 2(w.ooo n the oountry, and ( %  iwiied that %  %  '.' htch might be happ ll tti 1 thegrealest sitile i|ce(I. Hon. G. U. Bv< the motion for thi %  Nl Report, aid hi there wss any 1 thing town f the '*j£ n Committn hg 1* %  kBl) at i-ancasler. nl through %  in* equate 1 1 killing two %  %  Irrieatin1 -1 . %  b The OCA %  %  %  ... A On f are | MAIL NOTICE -I t 1 I-IOOMI al 1hr Urnnal i" Januan last Mall nl If ".-MI %  '""'I i. anS Ordinary hall at or. ttn FIRM GETS $200 JUDGEMENT In the Assistant Court of Appeal yesterday Judge A. J. ll Mans.mil gave judgement for ; lalattS Mesats. Stuart & Sampson Ltd.. to the amount of $200.03 In the rase In which ftnaarl It Sampaun Ltd the amount of $200 0. •hem by Rawle Garr Of St SUi hen*l Hill. St. Mich I ndanl did not uppeai m 0 the rate was call %  (!. .ydV 1 roppin, a clerk of 9tu 1 %  tincourt 11 n July :n Garner went to tl office 01 :<—-buck Street ond rebe credited with good; )(. %  eni credited v.ith the good? which amounted to $200 03. Thli transaction. %  hirh lime she .,nd leimlnted rflltted When the Mot dock, si-' will load general cargo rrona Doentalca and Montaeri I sin1% > "o igned to 11 %  Bcnooni Pool. JE S T xnitm n CANADA'S FINEST FLOURS "HARVEST Ql fEEN" and "GOLDEN CRIST FOR MORE AND BETTER BREAD BAKE WITH "HARVEST QOEBr AND "GOLDlaN CRUST" vr HARPIC | VbV.VAV. , .W. u.tii. voin sit; i ##• OA' w/Vf#-;.v. t #-#•; TYHISmllT eOOBYEAH #' #' IHIIH.S xonmTinsi: ffVaUBS \HI: 1111 .— Gre&Sest value That's why — more tons, the world over, are hauled on Goodyear giant tires than on any other make %  sift N o dam iir.i-|iial the value ol ibrse . K'-ai v..ik IIM I h. \ BIT • %  \li.i-l--i-li la I loiio 1 -hate -ii| -I-.-I.HMIH.I -r.il1 lilouonl 1. -i-t no r l L. inii'i' n .1.0. Ili.it\s h\ .ill over the world inn k iind I HIoneraton -a\ GeooWeei viirU Urei are "INY.irltfill-I :i .111 lire-. See vour (rOTMlvenrih-ali'i* about a -•! Imlav. recommended fitinfinifading Ki Mbidaal Ibfii .on "mling—ifYalirari pure, safe and uniformly tpaa^ahaBfj KIIM supplus the important food setgnasnl needed tor bUM ro Rrow sironR and hcililn And MIM i readily di^tvicil—annihcr import mi Icaiurt Aho'r *ll. KIIM r dtp,.. >< nogriihm.nt to cooked ,. KLIM it UCOMXINDID >oi MMMT riloi'. 7. KLIM ii tmH la the sneci.llypocked tin REFRIGERATOR 8. KLIM it produced urdor .trict.it control CITY GARAGE TRADING CO., LTD. • II. r in. 11. .11-. Scaled Unit ff> lleaulilul it. Ii. 1 1. • All-Sleel Cabinet • 11 -in .ii t Ofafata • r.-Vear Onarante* mCt l-V I M.I isil 1:1.1:1 Illll m 1 int. I II l I OH 111-in r o A I I II s II SIIII'MIXI llll III I. Hf.ll-.XII.r Toko pv' „ ac%<9'3) ':• ond yow hova pve, &f • mila ^.fe^aYi MA.VVIM. A CO.. I ll.-\y.Hls. KLIM::;: MILK I'hoiir IM0 •HIT IN IWimil IMI WO.LD 0.1. t. W .v y ^. W ^^^^^^-.-.-.-..-.-.-.-.-.-.,v-.-.-.-.-.-.-.V. 11.1



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1 MM SIX IIMIIIMMIS lli\i< \ n MiDNWIMV. J\M \RY If UK CLASSIFIED ADS. I'llllll \ tl.lA i.nvi MYHI :.\r Ml I II I I l((l HI: MCKNSi: NOTIC'K OFFICIAL NOTICE %  I January POLK K TKAKrU 1:1 USB Barbados-Jamaica Cri. k.l HMdM .. %  KIttfllo I7u\ IBIh. lath 22nd. 24th. 25th. Mth. Mth I 1952 ii.ve Committee undct section srlftl of ,* Potted Act 1908. for the regulation or traffic between the noun of 10 in and *> pi" on the day* OB which Cricket Mal* %  I. i in U •• %  "vehirli %  BtaOfaM and ;ill other machini ( %  %  • u >- ?. All vehicle* pi weeding in '.i agfjkg. Oval i the hournf 10 a.m. and 5 p.m. hall approach by way of i:r>d only and ahnll proceed In single t riiabeiic Road. 'tmr.. Mm* lha Mh du nay ha reported an and ranHad ar or CSSXN' I at al P raw • 111 Ihrlr si** %  %  I. !" OnW n.Wir Sk.iMlrvaa. in eeder thai aurh (Ulw in Ihr benrfln of in* MM I PoiKr Court. rUMWa KNA HAY GAIJI .. — < % %  < CUMtA AI*op tlAIT. rHortJMTY rwan.Y AJJ. THAT aarMOa maaau PAHADC VtgW wtlh UM> land -h.r—u-a %  — %  t. ABM. The Garra "||||||" ay adraaaaurww** Int. l > i %  or Mure amiata in HUH SKraet Ir, •(.• t.-l la ui tha *>M saraa* laertan . .U I %  r EKJ %  r.i. .. gvaSjH • %  in lha l-n ihra— lh-' aarae !• auar< laai ar .tanda and lh*U fcr lonfc .in M M a l n lri br adiaaaauram-nt 111* agu^n law ar thrrcaaauU) butnn* m-4 ooundlna on tl.a pramlan kno*i ,nd M Hla* OWMt and o lh* v !" 1 *" noam ** i J b [* l H d ^JJi^AlS 114" Straat atorMald Til I KIM .Y AIJ. THAT rd riASTKA Ihrrralio'.il* i laniwrl* pan S iiara faat of lha public m.-t alh bayand Ihe dtalrln railed H.anmr* lh l.tand buttlns and boundtna .. aw % % %  I %  •*. i dwallinf hhiia.* and bulldlwt"d .11 MM raapacllva oarrr*i a UiM araclrd canUrtnind fc adi-MaauiaaaaP I *ll aquaia %  %  i iraa. of Clirmt Cburrb m U ot oar alia. kaBaM .. _l. *n ll.wJ %  •aaasgea ihrrtt ln< thun '. %  %  I %  1 %  u %  %  H VI ll-l 1 ir %  II P UHfl %  : HTASTBII %  M Co gtraa IS i. j n V %  i %  i 1 i is—1.1 irwr l m it II hfnAT nivr A IIM.MI I 11ST TTTTAr'l g8_| i.thrll in nub -in. rllM .itlarhnl % %  I I pW*Wk* Cap aixl I i pipnitpa w — mum umr la ih. %  ill ha stvea. IiM'uuit' Tu\ Noti***' iniulid or unini-ocpun k-tia. paraonr rnaagad In >ny I il prvfraiipn. ai.d o*nrr I'opnt) wr.nhrr • lavabla I'oinu of Return may be obi Tax Depirimanl ArTR Tl' |VT [IAV i>l JAM A> I>:iad In mn'i ba <)• I **• Set via: Station Ilrtrmbci. IMI llll day of M> %  T | I :h. ISM -I .i i n i t i* nol tiluaia i \ D (WI1>>liM CDmiBiMloiier "I j| and LH-alh Uuliaa i,U *i->n t-ihiif u wHa* lha d>n Mr IDl lire rul HMaajdU .rid not !>* %  than XI tVii hi. r Bl STOP THOSF. I.F \KIN(. TAPS WITH HOLDTITE TAP WASHERS I In AND -in. OBTAIN \BM n:vTHAi. i:Mioitii M Or. Broad A i ii.iur Ssa. FOR SALE IH Tl Its DiVlTU) lur (subjcfl I., prior sale) Surplus pure lirf-d and Ufkl) lllltllf rrwh llrilish Rdadaa Bulls from UM Exthansr Dir> ul Crirnni i.iniitfl I .ir.ipirhniinii. Trinidfld. B.W.I. I. "IAKOM VHTOR" ;. %  CABONI IOMMODORK" 3. "CAROS1 CAPTAIN" I. 'CAROM IIHHIftW 3 "CAROM ( IIIEF" a "CAROM CORPORAL" All alMivr hulls arc Bailiai Tuberculosis tested. Pure lired :t years old Pur,bred 14 ninlilv Graded 11 uionlKs do 12 Ho 11 do 3 1. Ford-Trained Mechanics 2. Ford-Approved Service Methods 3. Genuine Ford Parts 4. Special Ford Equipment JJu JpM with Built-in Otpundabilitif Charles MeEnearney & Co.. Ltd. OFFICE 4493 W08KSHOP 4203 PARIS DEPt 4673 NIGHT 4125 ,V/.V.V/////.V/.^V>'/AVAW/*VA*.V//.V.


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WEDNESDAY. JANUARY K. 1M n\Rn\no ADVOCATE I'M! HENRV BY CARL ANDERSON 1 FLINT OF THE FLYING SQUAD .... BY ALAN STRANKS ft GEORGE DAVIES BLONDIE BY CHIC YOUNG THE LONE RANGER BY FRANK STRIKER JOHNNY HAZARD BY FRANK ROBBINS BRINGING UP FATHER BY GEORGE MC. MANUS AS* '- COCK NOT TO MAKE €0 MuC NOE ? SHES PVTRe6Bt*3 *VTH MC jtdOS • THE DiWKEO IS auKD/ T ME MEAT IS S**VE^ED UP %  THE MUX CUODLED AND TI-C CA*E : WAS BA-riuo £E__RIP KIRBY BY ALEX RAYMOND X^'V •0 CC TO PAY eo* T_£ ^i*. T*. -O San 6.EE"-E4*C* Vt>U_y TA^K i *P-B Ii a| ,,11 siri _T-_B i(i.sco* THF PHANTOM BY LEE FALK & RAY MOORES THERE'S DANGER IN THIS WORM The common c.iithwmm is hMffihw In itself. Kit it often noni JN .i %  cvrki'ol ihC CRR'" Of OMCOJ woillls .111,1 lOUtl.iworms. Once ihcso norat-cggi pau iMo %  huJ's inicMiiK's. Ihtj rapid!) develop, andmiv ICJII to noibrifttoen M fatteninfl 'PHENOVIS' ptiiln\ tod poof praductSon HI iii m with 'Phcam >*' ta ih mq oi prmndag worn oft Thcoovit' is nadc in powdci I iniMin; witli tin* m.ish (MM from your • IKIIII-I cotaonJ Mercnau. HM\M1 fill \HIII\/IM DISPERSIBLE POWDER ASTHMA ttmi loosened Firtl RHEUMATISM and agonising BACKACHE CONE! ii An I.C.I. Prod lie* I PHENOVIS" IlKAINI) IMIKNOTIIIAZINK KRUSCMfM „„"l"ii,i;*t' (#•1 rrn"ima la m In mi arm* and nhouMora. Tbnn pains atartad ID Uia a mall of my bark. mcroajilDir until th-y WIT really eavera. I bought a bottla of Kruaohen and waa ton find thai I nt a ii"i<> % %  I homrht another ana twiore u wu flntahad all my palna had f>o and from tfcat day Jiava not appeared ualo My l.iln* war* obatlnate and lha relief really •urprleed m" T H Rheumatic pain* and backache) ar uaualty lha re mill nt pn|ona In the blood -polaona whim laiy bowala and ur.| Kidneya am fallinit lo expel V complaint a then* la no nnrf treatment than Krua.hen Halta. win. Ii .laanaoa all th* internal orvana, etlmuUtea tham to normal healthy action ant thua raatorea freabnees and vlgoor. •All Chimlau and Btorea eajl Kroachen IT_PAYS YOU TO_ DEAL HERE SPECIAL offers to all Cash and Credit Cuslomers for Monday to Wednesday only Sll I I \l Ol I I IIS nrr % % %  ..• .•• iil.ilil> our llranrlia-s I <->-lfFW rORR 4. N r u S A rompli'lo ranyi' of prriniilin .>lil\ ;nitnnitlt\.' rni;iiif nil*, ui.ir nils mill fr*B->r uill ltarrivini: in Ihc bdaod \tiihin ll' iicxl few dayi ornl will bo availul.l. ill ill iMkltaaf |aWafn. FOUND WHEREVER FINE CARS TRAVEL



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PAC.i: FOIK BARBADOS ADVOTATT WEDVI'MiW l\NT\BY l. \Ki BARBADOSft# AmOC* t -i •—-• —-----Wrrfnrsdiu January lb l52 No. 1 Didn't Take My White Tourist lro*p'ds T11K tourist .nuusiry ol barbados is gradually beta* rtco glUw J a valuable IndustT) NCOOd only to the manufacture of UKar and its by-products in the economv of the island But it suffers to-day from two handicaps, bosh of which can be easily remedied The first handicap can be removed by hotel proprietors: the second is due to a deliberate choice made by the political party with a majority in the House of Assembly. Hotels in Barbados have not remained static nor have they resisted influences which have resulted in improvements. But Barbados lags considerably behind other Caribbean territories in the amenities and arrangements provided by hotels. The very excellence of Barbadian climate and way of life has tended to blind hctel proprietors to the changing tastes of visitors. The resident colony of retired and well to do English, Canadians and Americans on the Leeward Coait have introduced other standards of taste and services and the Colony Club In S'.. James is an outstanding example of what can be achieved in Barbados by intelligent use of stone and natural surroundings. The example set by the Colony Club and followed by another residential Club on the Coast has not apparently found favour with the proprietors of other large hotels. The grounds of the Marine Hotel ore frequently used for outdoor cocktail parties and for dances at night, hut dining outdoors has not yet become customary during the live months of the tourist season. Barbados' resistance to eating outdoors is almost unique in the world. In Rome, Cairo, London, Nassau, Naples to mention only a few cities eating outdoors when the weather permits adds to the enjoyment of the meal, particularly when there is subdued lighting and light music as accompaniments. Most Barbadian hotels could arrange for meals to be served outdoors and cuuld compete with one another in the inducements offered by shade plants, orchestra, falling water and other signs of good taste and discernment. Visitors to Barbados are normally most polite and are reluctant to say anything that would appear to be critical of the service they now enjoy at existing hotels. But hotel proprietors must be aware that their hotels are mojdest little hotels offering UlUo more than they did at a Urn* whin v/sitors were less wjell-travelled than they axe to-day. In 1632 most visitors have probably stayed in half a dozen bOCtal in as many countries before they arrive in Barbados. They make comparisons and draw up their own balance sheet of credits and discredits. They Jo not expect much but they miss what they do not ilnd. So many things that they miss could be remedied if hotel proprietors realised how simply they could be remedied : A telephone in each room, a library in each hotel, a better menu, cheerful service are obvious attractions in any hotel but they are not always to be found. Greater co-operation between hotel proprietors might assist individual hotels to improve their services to the beneilt of all, and miht result in joint action to provide a private regular bus service between hotels and the City for at least live months of the year. But if hotel proprietors might co-operate to improve the amenities offered to the tourists who arrive now, the local Government can assist the tourist industry generally by an avowal of its Intention to see that Barbados is not defeated by Tobago or any neighbouring island in the race to attract capital for investment in new Hotels. If Trans-Canada Airlines puts two of the livenew Constellations they expect to receive in 1954 on the Caribbean run, they will be able to bring some 800 passengers more during the live months of the 1955 season. Already wtith existing transportation facilities they expect to bring some 1.600 Canadians to Barbados in the five months of the 1952 season. It is obvious that unless Barbados prepares now to cope with this potential increase in visitors. those visitors are not going to come to Barbados. At a very conservative estimate this would mean a loss of some quarter of %  million dollars Of course TransCanada Airlines is not the only source of transportation for the North American tourist end if Barbados possessed at least one modern luxury hotel, managed by a first rate manager and fed by expert chefs the influx from tourist; would be considerably greater. The provision of such an hotel depends on the decision of the present government. So far they have shown little anxiety to encourage Canadian investors who are known to be willing to build such an hotel if the government will give an incentive greater than that presently offered to Canadian investments The prospects for tourism are the brightest in 1952 but there is room for self-examination by the industry and by the Government if there is to be progress. i >KFA J %  ii Kot.-u. A kid from oatttda K -.Id. madcap luxury. The Tennessee, wanted "My Happt..ttached to an Indian nH." and "Goodnight Irene' i iught the at the mention of which a groan breakfast put it on a box by my went up that waa not due enbed and then started out of ihe tirely to physical discomfort tent So it went on for 45 minute* ned, took the .-I tray off the box. set up 'Great Man' a second box atop the first, and replaced the tray. The effect was THF.N i .-Iked "round and rnplk it in the venture have ever come across Just Mud many ye is f have been of sluicing hair with water before 1 i n Everyone has always said I II I bald within a year I started the habit at the age i f ten I jm BOW 37 and line, once voted "mo>t likely to recede,' has not travelled any ap-, preciablc distance. Hul I had iy *^ ,he ,nd f lo "r ** making 'Fevl my tie. sir." suggested go to Korea to find out that my WM "*• transport problem. the kid. 'See how they've got advisers were right. Water <.n Your world is bounded on ail theblood circulating'' That* the hair Is bad for you, especially •"**• trom then on by mud Ma)or Welnberif's work si if you emerge from a sleeping You n "l" ~ bag and try combing your ha — .... ..! .1 VJ1 .11. I.I4UH H\ courtesy Thp kld flom Tennessee had ecome aware .inn tptnal column %  i | lag la torn 'ii various alphabets— % %  %  I Scared *T^HK pi itne ilifTeihave to away I. "We have a s.iymg here." sain the major, a soft-spoken man a >nappy tmm Mississippi, "that our pan hour, lient* are our V I Ps. It's awful took a few tablets and an tour and anj Other InhalM but I might Just as well I W tetl made in n have gone in for newts' inn %  b th.it and bat's teeth the troops Odd Stage : -' "' "tickM Y mind was taken off my '" *• * %  ,. always plight by the stage on which '*." "V *''" l ,hin 1 I was to work th ]* nt It was on ancient Korean grave Tne *'.'". The men were waiting to aM "Wft Th f **?? what I'd do about it I did goe di*ctly < thr nothing about it but ,usl started "*"' whpr v I ,h v to play, even though I felt a bit f re 'I"' 1 "•> m ** odd about a habit 1 have of tapbe n w! U P J 00 yard ping my foot while play. 1 fell ,rtncI on "T'f werc even odder when I found I had to %  ^f* 1 when d nave announce that the ncxl number "** L-alled Smoky." Afterwards a pli Top of Old Chin LARRY ADLER riicf* home with a TROOP SHOW TRAVfcLOtiUE .. %  %  nlerwhen you do everything possibk .as put t /er the scene of my performtalner would be allowed to perto save a man. but then lose h ance. bearing Ihe simple yet form so far forward. Surprised anyway. language in synonymous smoky." with "scared stiff." Yo lhln ' ,nn J g'* %  '' hra <>'her shows that day were going out that reads "The Wai • i,, m i tent The sides wei* %  <> m I found the onl> wn> to upeiand asked each man if Qkon . ate was to hold the haimmuri In 'iiulhing special he'd like one hand, .i ha n dB wr ahtel hi tinA Filipino retiucsted "B*?5 m • .t the end of any guen dai other Murho." %  Belgian asked for v -ou will probably feel depn If I concent rated. iiuitc 1'inalle n mdon Express Service How J1TST Are Liidon'§ Courts ? WHAT makes, a nation Ke >ng and Kee P ,'jing? What makes a man tick? How comes it that this little island, which the Ancients regarded as the last spot of i! Milation in the known world, grew to be tin leader of the modern era. the mother of : vention. the cradle of power? Ah, ha' I have you here. I ask the questions. VOU answer them, you 16,000,000 readers—if hiur people read the newspaper for every ie who buys it (the meanies!). b >dy tells us we have to work harder >f we are to maintain oui standards in a nation cd with arms and bureaucrats. What is the future—smaller fires, emptier i)'ales, shrinking freedom? Or shall we go irw.iid with good will and enthusiasm to nap. for us all. the fruits of the most wonderful flowering of mechanical genius ever known? Now I can talk with perfect understanding la the readers of the Dally Kxpress about idle iirkeis. botchers. eye-servants, clock%  atchers. lead-swingers, malingerers. For I : m sure not one of these drags is to be found i i the whole Express community. Oh. no The Dally Kxprev. reader bounces • nt of bed in the morning and says: "What .n I do in this wonderful new day (or New .'v'arj of Opportunity' 1 And he retires at ni[;hl to his well-earned real with a "Hum hum; I have done pretty I'll, but I could do better to-morrow." THIS SLOW OR DOES HE' If 1 were really addressing y m and beating the dust out uf the pulpit I QOOftd soon Mi whether any of you i wand before me, or blinkered or shuffled. And vou could come round to the vestry l iri and bully me. What is the origin of slow motion? I think t occurred years aijo while men were repairng my bomb-damaged house. As soon as they got their coats off they injinred if they could boil a kettle to make tea. Then a young lad asked to borrow a bicycle %  nrnse if he cycled three miles to his depot, h could net bottle of milk free to help with ihe tea. He was to be called up for national ;vio> In a few months and gnve not S rap Please note our Half-day Clnsiiu; Dales during the Harbado*-Jamaica Cricket Tests. ,\s from Noon on Ihe following da> Till RSDAY. January 17 TUESDAY. January 22 THURSDAY. January 24 TUESDAY. January 29 :-. %  .'.-.'.'.'. S. PITCHER & CO. Ph. 4472 -*-'-•'•'•*-'-*-*-*-'-***-'-''-*-'-*-*---'.'-*,*.'-'-*-*--*,',*-'.*-*-*-•-*-*-.--*.*-'.'-'-I**** % • !•*•• %  to*. '•*" In the other a 20-year-old apterru of punishments fixed conprrntlce-ntto *. %  charged with BCiously or otherwise In the minddon steal! IIK 9Slli of nun-metal valued "' 'he different magistrates; the' „s,-.u__ u_ n „nni t u,.. nn t m Each maclstrate apoeam lo "' '" fOBl bll e.ntlo.vers He. clearly did not lie in the actual %  whether he earned his money or not. work to a pattern of punish''"' entered a guilty pica. i m me ; • ment as hlihlt Individual aa Against each of tMH two young Magistrates are human lyings 1 m %  hair style mcn 'here werc two pievious conI M th., ,.„-„ ..# i !" ^„--, victions ure at the warmth of humanity Nobodv bothered. If the cold wind blows N the ante-rooms of London* The m.. i who stole. £8 worth of 'hoptayed and dispensed from th. 1 , L „ police courtv a. the courts aim-metal fnvt.. Ma P ird.,^r. u ... hench Hut ix'inir hiirmm. thev i-x' ifouilh a broken window on a new-born [ did not have to pav them except as a i S! bXVSSSff'mS^ST!^ < '"ribmor to the bomb damage scheme open for business In the morning lined 110. with ,.n nlternal. there egisU a kind of uneasy 42 days' imprisonment if he camcrndcrlc between the poUce n..l riw the and tneii |.ii..ri.-iCigaretUs; are fuinblingly exThe man who stole 15s worth of changed, and when lit ,ire tugged Koods from the car of a stranger nt urgently hy those waiting in was*sentenced to six months and Uie wini*s before appearing in n t given the alternative of paying dock and witness-box. a cash price for his crime And In these drugging, nervou.Hud these cases been tried, each minute*, the police are plagued in the other court, would the peti ilh one question above all others, allies imposed have been the same? 'Who's the beak. iaV" the prisOnecan only wonder, oners ask In eager, anxious tones. This Is the height of the shopII iluanswer to this question Is lifting season, for the sales are on. fairly given, the pnsonei t gto, || \M us therefore look at two shoptin y have satpai Ieaeg tal pSa court--, lifting cases. fairly assess—to within a week or Or. succeeding days two women, of seedy, feeble excuses, magiain the case of prison sentences, one aged 68, the other 38, stole nates are always in danger. I rem .shillings in the ,-oods lo the same value—13 13 7d fjihink, ol Judging one case by the likely to be —from London stores. raum of their experience of all Both were brought to court, both|i others in that category. When this pleaded guilty happens the small details thai I ( >f hibit from time to time human mid weaknesses J cannot recall a staple oiitanct oj mauistenal bias auai'ist a prisoner as an Individual, howl %  unalfrarllt-r a characrer fhe prisoner map hare poiteuvd. But i know mqaisfraics lo U'hoiu certain caleporles of crone appear to be pantculnrh, repuoruint and u'ho may be relied upon lo come down more lictu'Hy than their colleapues on the bench, u-hosc analhemas He elsewhere In the charye-sheet. Again, because they hear so massy cases, such endless rcpelllioi to within case of fines—what Ii their fate when they For within set limits r.-mge of penalties tn %  "' I have listened to upwards ol 12,000 cases being tried by some 16 magistrates What is the abldpthei lug impression left fas* lhi.< ex periPrKon Or Fine'.' f N the case of lines it might be argued that having regard to It is thai secimiiK iuiomalies in the dispensation of Justice occui with disconcerting frequom > Too ofttn u seemi not tin l/rari(i/ of thg CrsWS u-htch decides fhe puriishnietir but one inapurrafe's conception o/ the dilTerent ilnanclal clreumst orat-lri/ of that crime upon one ,i small fine may be w* greet a particular mortdntj. ix'nalty as a larger one. Take one or two recent InWhere the penally i Imprisonstances. First, two cases heard in ment, that argument s less easy the same week In dtflWrenl CCAVtl ,.i apply. If UM puni-hment lit'.. case, a driver's mate, the .rime m tin Otw a t>lcaded guilty to stealing | M > >..m \<> .i<> M. in the other, In artflai valued ;.t ISs from n unoi. instances 1 have tiled' (tended cat The diffeienees IH> in the palbabe, why worry? That spirit did not build Britain, will not keep her Great. At other times I hove seen men licking into n urgent repair job. singing at their taskf. 'ossing bricks like ping-pong balls. The silly thing is that these busy boys ait ifimtely happier than the idlers. THIS STOP HOW comes it that (according to the Financial Times) the Germans in a year have built 3 houses per 10,000 of their population ;amst 39 per 10,000 in Britain? Must you be defeated in war (a condition 1 inknown to us) before your imagination foresees a future of rust and corruption and ver.iigris^—of everything you value in life going to ruin—unless you stir your stumps? A doctor tells me of a Yorkshire pit* where hopiifters who each had one MVC ^ b^,,,^ upon ho p uriU h'. ihe miner stops work whenever he has earned ?rXi^eTha^ menu unpewd l have known £ 12; because beyond that he is taxed heavily of small articles. They were f prisoners when bv sheer .hame inveighs SO bitterly against tax as I do. Deat both women, one aged 44. the h r The lirst was sent prison for 21 day went down for MX II long to meet each The first %  '.. lined £3; the secmake each case, for nil Its slmil%  aglsirate ap„nd was fined 11 ID and ordered to arity to others, such a highly ini three guineas costs dividual matter, tend to get lost On one particular day. two "StS^eous mauers. loo. mi] they encounter a magistrate in he loved brethren, come round to the vestry such a mood), put right out of I , ... .*..-,i,^i humour by an impudent or stupid a"w the sermon. I will dilate on this subject defendant The next case called 1 in words unfit for the pulpit. naa tape d . miig^trate 111 .i MMTHIS VIRUS dutereol mood Jug(ifc? IT ig no Kood the people. or t heir represenI s Justice done, then. In the police '"lives—demanding and passing endless law; courtsit depends upon ones which mean vast expenditure and then dodg interpretation ol the word. Gen1 |T ,j. work rather than pav tax Clct the ta* eraily speaking• criminals^d net (| B h up meanwhl | e in tici.in.l the mnocent do not go _..*_ _• ,„ JU ,i What, has no one a heart for the working Thus far Jvstke Is done bo; man who seeks to come home to the bonny MIU. anomalies degree* a* thej are. fur Improvement. Leathercloth In Wonderful Coluun . inr\l lor inlerior Pram roverings CIIAIA.MEED AGAINST 12 MONTHS & EASY I'EIIEEiT for kiddies Tablelops and (hairs (liAlkIM, (Oil ID mr i ii AN i Da Costa k Co., Lid. ROYAL DECREE A Very Fine Sktrt) ROl *l. 1)11 Mil i IMDEIU II Ki.imc.1 a> Hull Gordon & G. -ht .* of the lofal ^r'm oi Spain. *> SU At**i> Mean DA 008TA & CO LTD P.O. BOX n.). IlKIIK." rOWN, BARBADOS *i jvii^r IK unite mi %  {nun ^no SCCKS to e*>irie u mallea M frequent and n |mk of a cheer>fireside? Confound then f aoniibmenl so Tefflad ,-,,!,,.,,„ Qnan nut nf it there ^m. to be room I* !" !" **?!!! L, sV. ..;„.. „, ,„, rorvPiciiT arsrjtvr.i> Kriliiini Is A Weapon lr Peace WASHINGTON. Scientist* maeUna In railadei*>hia are being shown n new %  tatnleal e/hlcB II ki said, will ievolutionise aariculture. For d converts dead or ex• iii into fully produethni %  oil in .. few hours. The new substai T'.iiTie is Krihum is not a fertiliser restores the pbjrSkal slructu the Uncy proper consls, tu|in |Ul (B> K. M. MactOKL) scieniistii an BstdrBuj thai it wOl b| •> powerful .njpon against e\>mmunisni in III own way as the atom bomb, because Communism thrives so often among people ho use ga MI! too played out to support their growing population* A IIIK factory . beiraj; rushed to I m TWaa, but Krilium 11 not be on the market in large One lazy man can infect the virus of leth argy in 99 around him. But then one good leader CM inspiuI whole group. We hear of trades unions moving against -lembers who work too hard Let's have morr joint action against the fellow who has to be canted. l*t employers, managements, and Goverrmemt devote themselves to curing the moderr >> Commerce Secretary Charles Saw>er. In a jear-en American econoro>. h helped disease of frustration, which .irises because gainst -'rampant! g many industrial processes need no skill and inflation." Hut if the public lose its NVmp in .i new wave o> buying inflationary pressures will surge up again, he warns PENALTY Tilt House of Represent...^. ,Yl. vi.lM "-Amarteatl Activities Cotnmlt tiri^iUN JPC urge* in a report that iiivmbers of the (ongregutioo spies .-aught operating in :h. ina the past three years show tha. )iU i( |nU) % p.osi.vterian church United States should be put to !?J! .?'?£,. %  f nyW -!T r ^!i^ m Elisabeth New Jersey, recently death in peace-time as well ; %  • 100 to 1.000 times more ernclcu ^ Rvy ciy ^ r% llia kblU „ <>oll vmrXim9 "om n,P tor ni moss" at Uw <,oor han Bsvivrs squeakers. Prosaic explanation b^ <.f turning deserts Into green MMVI^UPI th,. rurator of the local museum pastures. TIIK AVERACiK AMERICAN 'The rodents have used up their Ki hum will be used lo combat has more money than ever before summer flat tissue and are seefclnc soil erosion, and some of the ar.d is saving more than for five out the pantry." tests carried out duio manv dirtv jobs are unrewarding. THIS DAMGBB KKAK hope 'if reward, and pride in the job rt hiStOrteaUy the great incentives. And ol thaan: "Mr among us is a dwindling force. It is. a wonderful history, the independence •*f the British working man. Down the centuries he has trembled before kings, nobles %  quires, and capitalist bosses Now. in his mind, he has dismissed the lot. lb' fears neither thrones nor principalities nor hell fire nor the sack Great is his digwith head upraised, fearing God but no man Now he has nothing to fear, except himself. Beware then', brethren After your many triumphs and overthrows of tyranny you may have raised up in yourselves the most dangerous foe of all.—L.E.S. Anchor Huti. r Anchor Kvap. Milk. \nchor Milk Powder StMWER /JAf SUut pU. 3*c. per Botil-Stout nip*—SOr per Hotllr Cam Crackers fl.61 per tin Moniole Suups OaeassweraV in tins iiruss-i Batonai Petit Pe4i Peas Dutch line Peas Aparaius M ,*..'! ...... SNACKS i;t ix\t;ss Keep cool with Gin and Tonic PHONE GODDARD'S n mm



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PACK I'.HillT HM'.IIMMIS MIVIH Ml Ml DM Ml U IWI'Utt i.. IH1 Looking Back on Jamaica's 1925 Visit To Barbados HY II s. corns Ottica team to play a series the Rrsl of which opera ui Kensington Oval tomorrow, recalls i, the among us. Jamaica's last visit to UaibaOun ovei a nuuiin of a century ago—January 1925—to be exact. Cricket fans have betn in-sistent that 1 produce some ment before the Jams %  I I the Sf.tr lop wowd with tH wh.PJunior* at thai touriiftn.eiit in. ..i to me. H %  t \ } is. H K .IK. Holt 4.S iis they .insod i havi iol aanM n* who saw tw i %  : %  %  "' %  *. :,,„,. r.it „.,,. BirbHtto. .l.un.n.i hvnu \-"ii II TK Dr.iiMi KIIIK IHH in ||h %  in: IIA>I\IHII\ I.V IS' % %  for 1 famous %  ing pan T I m ferlllon inened I Qaad it'iwiinc untichiri.i on i I iuia i km "f play. "' d until S.12 p.m. r. ii. r*riiton i-.. ft ,,... i declared I irtose ntnas eiased. Jam.n n i %  i KeU .''HI 114 fi>i 0, M net i'..irt,mios was given no tone to nd Tm, Tartttot Mi out. Chiillrnor BcOfN m.m.l. i,i Tarllton pui IJMocS Wins A*7.7 Donkey Dies After Accittvnt A donkey valued l"S. owned tq Klehure* Carter of Charrtochs. nib died after 11 was %  nodu Road. Christ Chu. %  Monriav afternoon ...Wad ut the accident car M '03. owned bj War of Hastings. Christ 1 driven by Garrad "TITBIIJ law Hotel. One of the CBI lights wadumaged. The Polka afara informed that l ho dunkey ran from the direction residence OBJ Ha aid* e office of Messrs. Carringtn MS p.m. M is lha property <>f lolly Skinner ol Aquati. Qap. %  i-.itha l I % % %  eportcd b] M I k unknoa man wM .t Chap< i obtainii j oag 1.1 BhaK0al> from he: HI, ithai Hiklai had •nt him fur il. The bag i sl.25. I are rt o la n trot M opan yard of Mrs. Oth. iluhill at Brighton. Black Ruv\. B *o p.m on .i 1.45 a.m. on January . Thev alued 15.76. M.I IflfJ : fQI %  %  %  I Bo: •'uchlrtu I %  bo led .HI im %  f i .i.U I. %  H. W Ince M v S ai„ At Golf Po^ve Policy Needed o # g...... i aaUan wen uain In colonial ] but i in ere hi i GChallenor two wiiK• 'ii || | lOAlnga In., .came win left drawn. TiiiMcond n \U nn impnii. ] n I 1 I Inn now aa ec asda j n B M captain, BTavlna won the to*s Barbad'a sent Jamaica Ii Dr. Ske.tr Bowls Well tha bowUni nt i)i ii i who t.H,k 8 for .' %  ,.!. %  i %  %  i for HO rung K A. II ..> miinher S was I individual in thau nu at lha wukei I:. %  Dr. H. \ shr*o, .) || %  good rorm and defeated Trinidad to lha tun I It I Ii Finn Mall hi M Hall Singles matcn which was played "t Wie Rockle; Doll Clul Chi This tirinirs the total points for Ua.bado. U. M while Trinidad has id poll r Rodgers, Co] K vidmar, K. \I Hunt* and Ii MaskeM wan lha* vcorliia thii r |HHII(' IM 1helr Trinidad rivals whlkl the MQ Trmldadian with .i thinl>.nnl vi.lnrv w,|.. K Sellier lie beat h 9 lie bwrbadog ladlai won all o' then matches >estei*dny piling up debt! i" i ing HI real value i %  ol debu in i urtani i loaio %  velopmcnl ., nivcnal %  i %  i %  i n!i spread linprvsi -i ihg w*a ll Mmaw .inn. "-" i ... i %  •' %  -' %  rahip ,,f ""' t"ng I \\ hat's on Today Police Oourt and Cnurlol Orlniual JurlsdlcUon 10.0U .m. I'oll.p Hnud Concert at Dl< trict "C" PoUce Station 7 4B pm. Mobile Cmoma at Bay Pasim*. St Mlchagl. whlda laojutooa on uraaot %  / ad dUneuluai .' %  :....... Kin i o/esl Ind BrlUsh I. IImm irea. 1 Ties With Canada vi probMnv I to tha W> •>•• %  i' nitad Kingmatalaialng the trad dorn In particular e with Qravc I'rohlems caul attenU i i sasa in the price ol to overconM axl itlng eco in I the Unit Kin %  r ... from the V.V ii eonaaudai "Tha Wi I i have in fm i an ei %  ::. dl I .tin.the :-inn co^t or iti lovaSuauon of rtariing Ii \ i i %  %  %  %  n "' to adress the COT;' JP StMgglere kill (]\\ iliun MANILA. Phi The department oi Deieiise said that 0 foTO %  %  ii lha hills .'I ii I on lUndoro %  %  n ; %  ii i Frldi % %  %  lh;it there is .i liig i i ,i. I .,' %  %  —L'.P. lOi '•I ton's wicket gt the end of the llrst i'. %  wicket bad day. Good scores by K. L. Bartlatl who topaoorad with 61, I G Hi. i.i,. : c f Browne M not oul liados Hi. 281 for H. Jam:ii lose i't nlaj Anolher Draw Hot J..11 I 201 i in u. ra ible lo add 300 to th. %  %  8 in their astond innlnga o. C. WEATHER REPORT aWIUDAT. Rainfall from Codrtugton: Nil Total Rainfall for month to date: ii In. lllgboit Tompetature: ha .', T. !... %  • Tenprratuir I f Wind Velocity 7 miles pn h#nr. Barometer: (0 am I ao.010 ("pml -i Ml TO-DAY Snnrl^eI 12 am. Hull"'! M l in Moon Full. Jaouary 12 IdKhtniK: i. no pm itiKii Tiii... u i in | H am Low Tide 12 11 am, 12-23 p.m Ufflcu f Imports .ma reductions "i inV. OIK in men train poliU real i %  %  is already overmen | toyment. n would pri %  %  b nolhjor. But In th, Weil \* lioie then in %  %  %  %  toe -i lag m tha United Kingdom %  UD beyond Ihi mi..... ihe population of me \v i .%  %  .'. | I'.K. Sr.-ks Too lli^h A Standard The Wi %  ii %  l %  %  .' % %  re>u k %  %  a to %  .social dill' n %  lha w. • Indie, there i* not Ihe ame OCM. dlsi IpUrk .Is i .*.' ** 'Si'St** ',+*',',',* **<+.;'+• s,:*; Glands Made Young -Vigour Renewed Without Operation If roil fr*l i.lil 1-1..-.. M. tin oi iCer from narvo. Ii ,in .. % %  l i %  s %  %  iknaai, ymx will tin.I IIW hjnp'.i. %  .1 haaltb In an Amarlear. avtd %  c.arr whleh rtir youthful v ir and vitality quicker titan II. I'ratloa.. It Ia almnla fcoma lr!" ."t In tablet form, ClBrovar*a ^' %  artcan Hoet-r. Abaoltit.lv ha... Ii ml aasy to tak^. hot th* ***** " .t powertiii itiviconrator known % %  M It iicta ill". tlyon yiuiralai..' %  'vu ana vital onana. tniras naw — blood, and workaofa.t thai v 4 t.cl BMT body powar an natural ra, your brain )iw %  ijbt often Impmt <.<3i thla am %  I all ili.misihri" OH \. Mt8 from your .ti. I'Li-t toda) P to UM ta* f "i t.i ImimVHiiiPi hours. Take tha full bolt I*, whl nU atahl daya, uodr tha po*H^ .i.iranta* that II mti-t mnk^ fou i I vlear t enarjy and v Itallty an.l (. n lo M yaara younaar or inonay !•."! i ret urn of enipij packaa*. vi-TAUS (oai lillle. anil thgav Vi-Taba-""" leetarai Maakaad 1 —W Vii.l.f %  Here's one gift you tnwc i* wanlcd! This netv Parker '51' with its remarkable Acfu-mctric Ink System-a wholly different, scientific method of drawing in, storing, safeguarding and releasing ink. See tins wondcrlul we Parker '51' at your dealer's. As a very apg ... or for yourself ... it's the perfect choice. prtcar; RoiLto GOLD CAP $24.05 LUSTBALOY CAP 519.77 a NIW (OTO-fUL HLLEft %  NIW INK HOW GOVlRNOa a NIW ril-aiA',% SISIRVOIK NIW VIUSLE INK iUPPlY and 4 other grtai advjncei ^^Ut'"5/^-imlca mar uhvnOd pijjt p*nKEEP YOUR HOME SPIC AND SPAN We have a wide range of PAINTS-ENAMELS VARNISHES ir T. HERBERT Lid. """ST* 10 i .d II. ROF.IIt t'K STKtfcT III-PUS NEWS Fl \sn I \\l> ItaXIK HI' (IIJ> IMTTUtV I > LAIN MAIIKS bj IS THE t.EVATCK"-£NTEf? '.t0P*-QUiNTE$*>ar£ OF : COMES HtS UOiJcW THE C*i? STOPS -AT TW£IR FLOOR, • T^E isfiSENGfc'StS A'•" %  %  %  .! i i I'• I -.nlin'iil aU*. When Vacationing the Caribbean in X'v and on visiting Barbados, an excellent port of call is the Custom Tailored Menswcar Store on Bolton Lane. You will most likely lind here, all your Tropical and Sportswear %  needs — certainly unsurpassed in qualitv an 1 v Kia a%£ Co. >li'i rli.iiil l.iil.ns



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PAGE TWO BARRXDOs ADVO( \Tr WEDNESDAY J \NI \RY l 1158 H %  %  nd U gave a Dinner Parly at Go* • ttight HI Vic* Admiral Sir W. difm, Commander-in-. the Ama on hi, FIK %  %  % %  ; H M 9 ShrtlirU. | board H.MS KLeWekl %  • -itcrtained mw and n (HI board Sheffield Here Last Winter K. ANH iota J who spent last %  i in ItaO bados, are back M matclv three mor.: :. %  .. i:uchV'f<~ tt smoking jack'• :X fancy jiid fani-y waistcoat* and 10SM laoa shirts. waistcoats." Drainpipe tr-mw' Good •I nd' I MM fllwllrl i/'OCiojt*. BO rit'ili ooinu BM fl.r tf ran 'or*" -f. .rd n Mr Ch an— Cr ood, ciegani COLOURS will !*• bruhter wearer of the Edwardian look, h.in teriallighter, and the narrow a wardrobe of II r users, curled sleeve-. i.ner Jacket faced vrttt la s. and longer jackets iff el Ivet, and his suit* have the rat* 1 ( 1 will return to narrow trousers. WON OVr It THE MOST COLOLKFl'I. I reminded Mr. S. Slanuury. menl in hi wardrobe' POST OFFICE NOTICE Chance* in Air Mail Schedule Effective 17th January. 1952, Air MaiU will I Past Office as follows — Deittnatio* Bermuda Canada (Direct) Canada (via Trinidad) Schedules should be amended General Post Office, MM 52. 2n Time 2 30 pm 2 30 pm. 2 30 pm 2 30 pm 11 45 a.m. vherc necessary be closed at the 0BM Tuesday Thursday Tuesday Thursday Friday JLfiwra-oMi vi VIE. of aw.sri.tb7 mmnKZ^ ia. tiindcl'iui*' . left barr.-u.nnll ihi th-u *.... v.—„,, !" OOLF FANS watch the start of the Binglss match between Barba4os and Trinidad at the Bockley Oolf and Country Club yeatarday. Standing at the doorway is Mr B J. Pearon. BecreUry of the clnb. Ted Wright In beret leans forward to get a better look; on his left i • H latam IhBsssVg Winter Professional On the extreme right hi Mr Bob'.y" Selller. member of the Trinidad team islng us more elegant and colour%  lothes for three years Victory Party M R. VEHNON KNIGHT. ManBfff of Messrs. DaCuat.. -mi to. Lid's., Sales Department (Local Agents for Pan American An "i 2 ,. SII-.L r Ls flew to Trinidad on Monday IW Ho'lfUying With Dailfhtcr nin| by LW1.A He was BCCOOV TtAn A', pained by Mrs. Knight. % %  Pan American Alrwuys, Latin r i PI %  -• %  >l the pa*serv;e< American Division, held .1 is) 1. contest throughout then which includes the WJ. from beginning ol October to the end of ft i| colony. November last year. The Tnnid.id Ofl JanOffice of this airline won the com„,.t v 2th. petition by selling the groat. Back From U.S. number of tickets. M 1 ^ ll v l ' Wl 'aid: "Although It takes only wT 1 hado-. )ust over a week ago for Guadeloupe to attend ier brother's wedding was the only oas_-' server to arrive fnm 'hat eolw i>nv by ll.W I.A. on Monday. "" I in Barbados on 2* months td launch %  .tiths course, (two months "'thion for women, it takes up to Of which have already gone) *Our years to get the men to wear learning English She li the something new. daughter of Mr and Mi "W* I am M aVSSI fhe u-omen ton Vlvles of Guadeloin-' oner flrst. But aSf fhi'it FSTKUliA", 1.30 UV rv sran Farewell Party "Mrx's clolhei ore more dressy U fans already at the malts LIONEL KING whow a/reodu. Bloiers are note laklno Country dub to 1VI husband 4 ..ik with the ^ 1^ 0/worts jacket*. Toils w itch the second day of the fourM,.,,., Steamship Company at "'co l yg P***L d_y tournament between Trinidad port-of-Spain. Trinidad, has been I.AC r. SHIRTS team from the Roc-kIf. ng the Chjastmai holidays A MAN who makes fam %  > %  1 ratal Second Day's Play VESTEKDAY afternoon as early Cbst Barbados srllB her family and coats, Mr. Allan Gilbert, says:— overcoat. "Sales of silk fancy svatst 1 blue velvet smoking Jack I with red. RFD-LIMU WHO ELSE 1* wenring 1h-.'' new colourful clothes? Robert Helasnaaui has a redlined evening cloak (which ear al'o be ordered lined with whitei Sir lawirenee Olivier has lac evening shirts and several fancy waistcoats. J-h (ilebrisd wears a plumcoloured dinner toohsM. Terrr-Thomawalftcoats. Me? f irelconir the chanoe. HOW ROMANTIC to b>< to s dance by a man in a red l.ned loak, instead of a black cloth 1 liildren. Her children 1 as the school here. are more than 60 pei 1 later in She Is due to return to Trim\m0 nths b, r^rt-|-SpaU the -^ T Of Mr. A. & 0 i the evening the f tad on Friday and was last here „ Ucr hl u f ,„ Tnrud-d Office held .. ra. Wiltaiiiod to^ocktoUj at the homo of flToyoOTago, ^^ a ^vOibobtslWI nfternoon got older i nonour o, the.r victory, to wbh I \ Jj - %  ^k Morgan, ru. Party was ^held Mr. and Mrs. Knight were among th. M(V Cnm ^"VnVMrT'KiHght -re a.8b, ^f *h^lirtSJ,, frtSdl I ha Barbados m %  hoUdm) wltb "' %  "rldgetown Club bagtn„„ rmVdi HOW EI,EGANT for m'-n tf wear straight Ban .-^tead of creased. sha|>elcss flannels. HOW REFRESHING In h Birpeeled to rctu Oft r two .'. i \ iw-any inni' wm % % %  mi... -• porta % %  ' % %  Pi % %  %  d man's toam E"? _\ ,.t the Bridgetown Club bogtn~^f rt ^| ning at 12.30. BY THE WAY B y n*h*mb*"f l>elieve this year, we will get rounded in the office be -.-hion lead for the b?*tbriffhter colours Instead of dnsaad men which w,. held until .. im old nff-hlack Igbot (ii.. I vrnl KoadOO Ol the "nest walks 1 ever had was d b] tbo Bobu frorn Bdsbtigaron acroai the old fu -iia.ici irurn snowflrld of the Valdresfly to or Blum • %  hum iht,. w omckUnj MITO T HE yr.r mjfll IN T..r Iwvc be Hi. i. til. vtrmin. ind noil uiybody B.B.C. Kadio Programme i^^W' C(Vf YOU THAT RADIANT LOOK Refresh and renew your charm in an hour's wonderful treatment. Book your appointment now with Miss Arden's representative *ho *i!l be htre from January* 21st at our New Treatment Salon No. 33 BROAD STREET KNIGHTS' LTD. tree*. %  de is tha mountain ridge alon? wr.lih leer Qjrnl rode his rein resent "this new clatalfli inaU*amTM huntoi i srtn bo i ccuraged to urBSBPJ hands..mely mounted heads or rats' tails. lunch. We Many years ago Mr. Leslie Hen%  '''" • p son. when Mi offer of marriage Th. was refused in Act II of a musical coofl nuttt reddi'iied. and went to Afril I tefuMiig %  man %  girl will i say. with a sneer. W' to AfiiCa to hunt vermin"" m ond Bsam, wr.nn no urn roae saw...;,;,; %  „-TV,.B^h.h Pl-^e. *& 1 m fulld'r. and I had my nrst signi oi .. rVr Sl „ i ll Vlllljn glaring ot 111 WtPal eni ..neing animal from the • %  ,, i,,i.-,i ( , lOtM of the most difficult mountains of the liorunger group. I'nKlnoae: Well. Ol all the %  :..-, i .. . h %  .*ii Myself: Tii.il ll what I %  A near thing J ONCE did a hit id UOu-potUl in T.inc.uiyik.i I there to cover the oil i (he old Rochdale Observer, an CROSSWORD r !" %  T~ r~ %  ^~ %  %  fcT %  -' SMASII VANDALISM ba aril i btotvafli children In N... yorh hM reached cn thai lh CUrtaln rOOO again, and there a/M .1 hanging on to it am Oul like an infuriated bj lufiiiy Kan • woman Into selling him l*i-rl in II RMfaUj 'i'iil A BTORV i ^ Id of %  Old dog who tried to nvi.e 'hi.ii.-'. in .i •< two ago. %  itli seemed v.i.i reluctant to hand mil Her lUfJDM and finally she had to oxplaln lhal it was a scandal. And In Melton i they toll of a memb.1 i Iha sjmon who. at a mcetf drank port from a laii> %  mad than %  Ii. Ilw J;liiiih,-iin I BB I rafOffBOO to Norway* lain, the Caldi pl| But the OUttss %  Pains in Back. Nervous, Rheumatic! Rupert and the Pine Ogre —// 36" FLOWERED SILK at $1.59 per yd. 36" FLOWERED ART SILK at $1.07. per yd. 36" SEERSUCKER at $1.95 per yd. Also !• ine Range ot Children's and Ladles' Shoes T. R. EVANS & WHITFIELDS Dial 4220 YOUR SHOE STORES