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The Barbados advocate

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The Barbados advocate
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Barbados advocate (Bridgetown, Barbados : 1983)
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Apr. 22, 1983-
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ESTABLISHED 1895



Balanees Accumulate

(From Our Own Correspondent)
LONDON, Jan. 16.
A CRITICAL VIEW of the position of the Colonies
relation to the present Commonwealth Finance Talks

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London is given today by the noted West Indian Econo-



















Colonies Need More _
Say In Finance ‘lalks

‘Unspendable’ Sterling DIFFICULT |





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THURSDAY, JANUARY 17





DECISIONS
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— —— RIE Srvr CENTS,
House Pass $1,385

ia Replace Parts
Of “Investigator”

& HOUSE OF ASSEMBLY at their meeting on
iesday, passed a resolution for $1,385 for replacing certain
ine Fisheries Experimental Boat.
H. G. Cummins (L) who took charge of the. resolu-
tic ibe absence of Mr. F. L. Walcott, referred honowr-
able members to the addendum which pointed out that
the Govermment Surveyor of Shipping had reported that
the bronze propeller, tail shaft, skeg, lag screws jin the
outboard bearing and zinc of the Fisheries Experimental
Boat were in poor condition cue to the serious deterioration
and corrosion of the meiul. He had also recommended

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mist, Professor W. Arthur Lewis. ee eet ee ee eee urgent replacement of the worn parts.
In a feature article in the Financial Times, he points ria ; hae tie Pine rai Aisehene hic i tha: Honourable mem- — r member for * — —
the disadvants t i i . > sh bin tes ieee) acne) ers were quite aware JB the nad given notice of the resolution
out the dis. advantage to certain colonies of the continued of the Commonwealth countries Investigator was the = last week on behalf of the mérn-
accumuiation oO jnspendapie sterling BE nees ana now meeting in zndon wi re- ‘ 7 for S Ate
accumulation of “ynspendable” sterling bata t n Lond n «perimental boat which did a ber for St. Peter.
predicts that they will go on rising throughout this year q es a re difficu ¥ decisions by oa | sreat deal of deep sea fishing anc He said that the information
and the next. cither of its predecessors “for the Ise vestigated the banks where, which honourable members were
: }simple reason that the situation) flying fish i other fist ay be} seeking was not on the file whie
This will happen, he says, because the colonies have |is more serious.’ Sent” Ye akan diaeeiaee we van Ghix’ Hidded to him ive sae
no direct representation at the present Commonwealth The Times recalled “in 1947 the | oe a ee Nene “pietay iat Le oe eames: the ‘bell ‘had: rune
Finance Talks and therefore have not the opportunity of S Win Me pares Th of the! J. PARRIS, the Regiment custodian makes an effort to save in the football match between the Barbados haft, propellor. rudder stock anc|As fay as the launching of the
“directing their searchlight upon those British policies wey aR vant + _ % a | Regiment and the “B" team of H.M.S, Sheffield at the Garrison yesterday afternoon. The match ended lag screws immediately and tc} boat was concerned, there was no

: ; ) 194 , acec ri onl a effi 1 i ~ » file
which prevent them from getting an adequate supply of |Britain but the sterling area as a}— ee favour oF the E.M-Raphemeld. replace the skeg (date, but he noticed in the a
manufactures from Britain.” whole. But on that occasion like! | _ eee ee i rronaaaie reten teame ae ‘went

Professor Lewis points out that the colonies are only | the first problem it could at least | i ¥ i Pes ee must heve been launched sround
f 3 3 Tau 7 be stz on 5 a” ataaht rw { ‘ = Pe ., | must have nm launched &
a group of territories whose sterling balances increase Ree nn Ree Ae en etul Tus SV pP lan | MyM, &. Cox (1) seconded | ihe same time.
ali-the time ‘ dollars, | . ° Mr. F.C, Goddard (E) said 1 He said that the. survey was
: es =X eae Se eeent eae ae ec b ® ‘ue » ‘was true that the fishing seasot | song at the request of the Direc-
, EXPLOITATION complicated, Not only has Brit- ‘ oliece ( hief thad already begun and the In- Ae ot Agriculture and was made
“Britain talks of colonial development,” he goes on, ain s Po n wersened as the : vestigator was needed at thi], wr. C, E. Crawford, the Gov-
“but on the contrary, its the African and Malayan peasants {/f5t, of the sterling area but the| Oo e e e s time (> investigate the banks it | omment Surveyor of Shippin

: y, its z N \ peas ts sterling area in tur > Men th, 1) mts + | pair eae Sle : ernment Surveyor of Shipping, 1
who are putting capital into Britain. For the first time | seit out ‘of hathase’ thes: Gage tte J J . etamet baer fi i rou Neg eon * we jualitied man who pointed out: in
since Free Trade was adopted in the middle of the 19th the dollar area but with continen- ‘ TON error ey LONDON, Jan a8 | | however unfortunate that thes: {7's news wat ce anes ie
Century, the British Colonial System has become the |tal Europe and the non-sterling FOREIGN SECRETARY ‘Anthony Eden and General = ; CAIRO, Jan, 16 epairs were not effected in th pe —ee, of nih» aes =
major means of economic exploitation.” ae: ld as a whole. j | Sir Gerald Templer, the newly appointed British High ’ ane eee ag eee sday |hurricane months when the boa HE i pamnitie oppertuaity

’ : 4 t is obvious that ! . sd aah Ree ethktve. “ablcrn, : . — y _ {night announced they had detained os toes ci Ss ss i 7
This result wasn’t intended. No Englishman desired A in Pago lt sol pe pee € ommissioner for Malaya, arrived by air from New York. | Malor General Btcbanmwied Ab 4 o-_ eg ea Pm As far as the Crown Agents
to exploit the colonies. To those who realised what was {it urgently calls for the complete! Templer, 53, was named High Commissioner yesterday jdullah Raouf, Inspector General} renairs would affect the efficienc, §Were concerned, there was no
happening the present system was a cause of shame, It |!€-examination of the structural} @%4 assigned the task of wiping out Communist guerilla th a. ae oe - sea ie “troops (2. the beat in the present fishin i eye e peta mtr

: r ; . 5 a 3 . "COC alavs . peren : " am oo. Te 5 ‘ who was arrested by troop si aan alli a o that effee ans
was the unforeseen and unintended result of domestic | /0Undatiens on which the sterling} forces in Malaya. He succeeds Sir Henry Gurney, killed \ oP pe) pi Rebir Wesnesiday tm easdD: OF Whether She WoMG. | teferring to the remapiee= made
economic policies which had kept Great Britain insolvent /°"* “Tess in a Communist ambush in the Malayan jungle last July. 'in, le to continue Her duties unt iby the junior momberatar 3
: > . —U.P Eden id that the Britis! k oj f of Stat ese part were ordered an ; (
since the end of the war , ; = ee ee eee heel pa General Erskine’s Chief of George, Dr, Cummins gait ttyat

; f ith T an % Sanadis ~| Brigadier bin Goldsmi ‘id ceived x y » guals
Professor Lewis says that the disadvantage of the | 1 A 2 aon hae eae yi ails - he — p 5 e aa ic Mr. V. B. Vaug (1) enquires cam hee ene W _ qesy Ss

. ot one . 4 ° 2 ; 7 _ 8h ; mé ylall po unk 1 th lage ex . vas . ‘ti é reser yas
inconvertibility of sterling to hardeurrency earning in | Judgment Reserv ed ext | wo | su essful He said, “as Mr.jcept for a small group selected to }how long the Investigator was i a bo pd a up boat
the colonies is obvious. Without exchange control, they | ' i Churebill made cleat at the ‘out-} preserve law and order would be / Service f better quality which “wag im-
lose nothing by membership of the Sterling Area and | in lusurance Gase ! lsct, no sensational developments| detained until a full enquiry h Mr. M. E. Cox i said that Caan ee a aa :

se n g ? S€ ; 0 art ,

: rc ae \ ; we to be expecte . been made va ipproximetely three year J 2 .
gain from the free movement of capital. But since 1945 | Cdibwasyiinue can: dew us alte’ { Years Will i “ e ae cemuntenee “Pritain’ erack Guards trooy w that the boat was in use in = = ee =
they are clearly worse off than they would be outside GRENADA, Jan. 16 ° cv 1 ments, but to review the world|cordoned off the village of El Ha M. &. K, Walcott (BE) agree [Xie . Gevenienanite-aire
the Sterling Area. His Lordship Justice R G seene with our American ffiend miele s ar a ! Ec eens and after Tinhat the image had to be re Nebel ha felt it was @ ho

Bs 2) iy j + x . . ty ‘wae 7 ( and in Cx ‘’ ri a ,.}a@ brief gun battle thrust into the ; vut » boat had onl ial eet oe a

This, however, is not the case with those colonies sence anaes reserved judg 66 99 a i 7 orem, Renin ited as little settlement where the Britis! ot ny < ea gene By ell “"h) [lara to spend money ou a bogt

who would be selling their produce for sterling whether | after counsel fa, Insurance cai Yi e ar o ideal.” we NO") said they captured 150 policeme: a Nhe te ketwre af there wa PWhich was about two years sid.

they were in the Sterling Area or tole in alter counsel for the defendant ; ; {and a number of armed Egyptian 2 \ He wondered if the —Govern-

rey were in the Sterling Area or not—which is probably company had addressed all yes- He said that he had returned| Sporad fri ove ipin ierantee with the makers © Bont realised that to-- compel
+ . * . . . e Sporadic lring a hipit me ralise

the majority, he continues. They would still be earning terday afternoon and part of this WASHINGTON, Jan, 16 | @@lier than he had expected, ‘ hed the n oat nd , the }(he machinery for the material | i. to buy that type of mate-

inconvertible sterling, would still have to spend it on |™orning, the plaintiff's counsel] President Trumay in the annual} He said Sa tg taceneeeees was | Pritish returned the fire wit Me said that the Crown ame ‘ial from. the sterling area~ was

wi dhes —- ad . 3 was speaking next till the |} Message to Congress today warned |Peached in the Jashington talks|-; af . : renerally bouwaht the goads fo . z rs *

1s s00ds 2 y wa ifles guns pang tin
eee ods, and would still have to accumulate unspent luncheon adjournment when the|}that the next two years will be} ©" the exchange of paw materials rifles. and Bren gun ur he colonies and the manufac unin, gpowine means of exploiting

a Ss. decision was deferred. Hosten} “hard” ones. He said that Amer-| between Britain and the U.S. But jiurers of the articles were ac : .

ahs way to make the sterling convertible and to stop for the defence, said the otherjicans will have to give up somé full eee of the agreement wiil istomed to give the Crowt ae eee ee dace tees
further accumulation of balances, Professor Lewis savs side obviously sought to soft-jof their “enjoyments.” be published shortly, “ " *» \ Agents some guarantee ’ =
é , § S says, : fits 4. 393 ° ae : BST Vs sed last week, mone
is to make British manufactures available in such quan- cae sonatas in Grenada dur-}.. Hu. predicted -cutbackains home} % poaeee ser nee My ceclente COMMUNISTS \censamn 1 F tl tor : én (o fristal Ina ;
tities and at such prices that they displace dollar manu (ie Renny t2, March in stress fiuitdiaan, the production of were-[' Progred fo Malaya, “as auickly| src, (tvctinted, o.anow, from iE tm their bous, they should go
: : : - ; t é stre é vision sets ane ouseho em: ,| * " * Sasa, So Bh? ) 4 membe ri te > 2 air . 5
factures both in and outside the Sterling Area. lifted the State of Emergeney the] and said that less than : nan Of j{ assignment, but I am looking for- W ILL “FIGHT ion whether he could ss tisfy th: peerefully into ate or Be
BRITISH METHOD day before the date on which the|new autos will be built this year *@'d very much to having a go | House that there was such : pwanted to inew whet the pow
The method which appealed most to Great Britain oe = , es as a hard} as compared with 5,300,000 in siti TO THE DEATH” | arantee and if so whether th be if, after putting machinery in
was the alternative method of imposing cuts on dollar 'and went on a long time atter the | a aes is SOO abr a A ene ys | Z ty Rated elas about to spdn. [their boats for two years, they
+ « . e & Ce supplies ooC & . ri ad be e surser V ‘ Pr Z se .
purchases so that sterling holders are forced either to | lifting of the Emergency of which | Trumen asked 2 os , a ae | < W I I sl | PANMUNJOM, Jan. 17) | n Agents or by the manufac. pwere then called upon rete
t i 4 nan asked { x ea . i M, Jan ie wn vb § ‘ » parts suggeste x » su
buy expensive British goods or accumulate still more ,t%¢, Court had heard abundant) of more than 000,000,000 os} ~ oH. ISMANGS ©... Communist id | ' on Lassladhion auamibhsts hiss Tt»
ct ] T . . ’ . evicence, y 1 4 1 rey
steriime. ; fas > "ase: ¢ , é th tie 1 ath oy | Wednesday they ll “fight to the ‘ : ‘4
ws : , m ae: io the debtors case; creditors could | arc chiens eae: ave a | art of thy ant ( omm nist ™ Add “d T watts lay. the i fh : the | tr, F. E. Miller (Lh) wanted t ifn said that some: ‘nompeten
1arc ‘iy 9e expected to accept it. | previous fire occurred as well as Nani = ee een . oe 4 e oO Allies to ir prisoners over | know o much mon@y wa }person should go into the motte
“There is no case for cutting the colonies’ imports,” ,road-blocks, the assembly — of |, oh oo aie Pre |to Chinese tionalists, This state. | being expended on the replace fand if such material from Prgler
Professor Lewis concludes. “The colonies are exporting ;¢rowds and the prevention of ee aoe eee Rocket ‘Ran FE | ment was rv Chinese dele. | nents for the boat. He said tha’ fwere not wp to standard then the
P ‘ ee . © |vendors comings > capi a “RO-basri Tur st ie! sronze Her was in “y should be relensen — tey
far more than they import and are building up large hal | ” ming to the capital} Gaiman eaten ' 19.0 s sate Colonel Tsai in in j when a bronac propeller nyoney oul
a a f BPER HE. conid wo he exolided thor : uma imated i 0 : : i Sieh ba Be Nis: dn , yw , shang . i » Uniler
anges. Thay. cannot get all the imports ao vt : wid be onnling oe om ms ‘eae: ease i Gu a, onerinnt” fan 1k debate ove e excha ‘ alle ae ie or rl ee, Se fh the United
. é $ \ ’ enera it 1 1 riclitic pe AF N, Ji risoner pect a as ates or anada
especially capital goods, and their development pro- of the island at the period, though t will men $8,000.000,000 | Britain agreed to add 17 small| The Allies want to give refuge | boat. but they were now findin; Mr. M. BE. Cox (L) said ‘that
— are in consequence retarded. Ld ane side argued * tine if a zs 18 poe eee i i in islands i the joint|to ten of Pocieand of ¢ hine | hat after three years such thing! }there was no question of -eom-
They are in effec swine eS dheud Ne tad a material time sucn things did not} )'«' eo ane Le -American rocket range in} and North Korean prisoner Me iad to be replaced pelling people in the fishing in-
she does not deli ay net ing Britain for goods which take place. Henry, for the plain- B16 00,000,000 by June 30th, 1953) ihe Bahamas, the Foreign Office|do not want to be sent bac! Dr. Cummins (L) said that the {dustry to import items from the
ee iver. Must further sacrifices be imposed tiff, said the reliance of the;*unless further vigorous action! snnounced on Tuesday night Communist rule. Tsai said that} nicr member for St. Peter whi {sterling area. People who were
on them ? aener on ae in nae ie pete eaceiat ae eee The islands are the Turk and\if anybody dares to hand over at was responsible for Fisheries wa prepared to import engines to
rowec down 1c contention o 1 Presifen Aik 1a Peder Oc gro hott 1ep i cies |of the personnel of the Chine ad i . wt
rs . oa ; this case, but there were no hap-|rendine will hit. 885,000,000 00": ie SCD Oe _ eee = Peoples Volunteers captured by |"! his place neither v the @ On page 5
/ SHERM WN ' Committee To Draw venizes in the district concerned to $90,000.000,000 in the a'1460 square mils The Foreign | the other side to the dea na
on the day of the fire or the night @ On rage 5 omice said the agreement was) of the Chinese people | BEAL TY AND PROTFCTION
7 y rT ‘ tenabling > Cc t cide E , z General ’ h eae
RESCUED _| Up New Sugar Pact 77 oe ere, oa eels igned in. Washington on ‘Tuesdas | Genejanes™®, Ching, Kal She
jeven in the ghbourhood i ” ‘ pe Pe ite nd will ht to the dea
News has been received that LONDON, Jan. 16. | The law was a lot more merci-! Chure 1 N e | It will last for 25 yeor It
the fishing boat “Oreal”, and its A Special Committee of the In-|\ful than to give the condition in} " h MI : fad oh the t + to BOER and lan \ilied deles gure
crew of Ralph Briggs of Halt] ternational Sugay Council, dealing |the Policy an interpretation which g a * fuided missiles in the are whether thi mates
Moon Fort, St. Lucy, John Nor-| with international agreements | would put the onus on the plain-| Member Of ‘ iociely yperate ships and planes necessary | me nt Rec OS RP POSE ay
ville of Checker Hall, St. Lucy | will meet in London on March 3.| tiff to prove the cause of fire, but} oO . Ci : M © the purposes directly connect ems by > 5 Alloa apr
und Delbert Grandison of Black The purpose of the meeting he had proved he was covered in { Jnciinati | with operation of the range choice rs es hy alae eas
Rock, St. Michael, have been] {co draw up the draft for a new establishing the absence of civil Lost month the Dominican;@Ts on the rt ing, a)
rescued off Grenada, Sugar Pact. This, it is hoped, will; commotion or abnormal condi- WASHINGTON, Jan, 16 Republic ratifie the 10 home Red . '
Arrangements are being made| tie up with the agreement re- n- in his area around the time British Prime Minister Winston | agreement with the United Stats Seen a iceon red Chin e tho
to have the men repatriated as} cently concluded between Com- of the fire. Much legal authority Churchill, Staunch champion Of} permitting the setting ere ee Y entree ation
oon possible. monwealth Territories. {was cited on both sides in the! the British Empire wag invested|stallations on Deminican ¢ a py Be Fre a
{course of the case s as a hereditary mem-|ito track and control lod rn = ’ uP
cna ber of the Society of Cincinnat ile~.—(CP) ——$—$$_$_—__._—
-= , ‘4° > ‘ ‘= whos, members are descenc | iiieecttcbeldiiveeiibaediadansade
RECEIVING A MESSAGE oof sti t r’’ from officers azho fought wor | = Policeman Shocnts
nves iga O i. ae of independence against | Police Ask or ee en
pie eer | f felsptow
‘ Mr. Churchill was eligible f ae Le : es Cuoun Legist i
On Trial Run |... ke) toformation On
eat grandson and eldest male & ‘ sled ‘
The Government Experimentai|descendant of Reuben Murrey | Stabbise hricideii B Rem ‘
Fishing Boat kivestigator tock he nm H related tc , 5 e nh fioet .
first trial run yesterday to try ou. fray throvgh his American mother Latest reports from the Gener tive nd reputedly ealtt
a Dolphin Radio-Telephone se } Hosp ive’ that Ronald Wilson i ci i ( i kill
which was the day before installed h Prime Vinister|condition | till very eriou traffi mi nto
in her cabin. 5 valued hig Miem-} Wilson was attacked and stabbec’| Havana due to r thorit
The trial run wag made with z ber ah in the society and would|several times on Tuesday night| said wa W ae nding Ove
view to making reports to Gov-jirame membership certificate | while on the beach behind the Drii n alleged aff i 1 n
ernment to which type of set}fer his own descendant uP. Hall. ;cnaun ITH BERGER 1 EX
will be most suitable for ship-to- Rese PY The Police have been given t Kye e i Rem oe Ee 3ER ie "Ee
shore communication purpo: " Jescription of a 4 a sf -
similar ternporaril » ; to be about 5 fe ! ith a Bl wie Oncer A
winner at temporarily Nuree Comes Home|) te shout 5 feet 8 inches tit « ted to give the chauffeu
Shipping Dep “and one of Aft SI . k huild. He is alleged to ha he jiraffic ticket Remedios was h With Bergertes here’s new beauty and protection for walls of
Pals Say seca f » ; ig* 4 , a atl dent ir times in the face He ¥ tea
the engineers, Samuel Williams, 4 4 ro lpw rec ressed in a shirt and pan nd | cad on arrival at hospital, Reme-| Concrete, plaster, brick or stone. Waterproof and weather resisting
kept up conversation wit Mr. A V Ree a ‘ , vhite straw hat, Paine Ss inkientie tea ; x
Goddard of the Government Elec-} . Ane SS eee ume el ae eemeoren: int the sliegtul ee ee Jergertex cannot erack or peel ofi, for in drying it becomes an integra
trical Engineer’s Department, who} *UTS¢ and Midwife and one , | assailant sustained injur in th ah j i
| ee eee 4 mations the women passenger ny Be | ReneS part of the wall on which it is puinged., Its crisp, matt finish stay
was aboard the Envestig2 or. the sehoone; Nellie Bywat encounter and h probabil
‘ig cae Baca and eee gions Wrecked 6M the + of | Weunds on his head and f Tt IFreneh Forcés Hur | fresh and smart almost indefinitely
Master his repeated a few times th Devon about th ies have asked anyone po : : . a aad ‘
by a voice clear ibovee the o | ne of aise na essior f information rel t | Bi: "k R . i R } | ‘ ongertex' is’ aveilable in: "aam
monotonous humming of the radio-} round Britain for on «|the w he } uc eC eDvIS delicate ors for use inside o
telephone occasionally attracted | oy pect, t arrive in Barb pest | HANOI
x the attention of Williar whol py De ? ' GI al ANGE Jan.t6 outside
F listened for the me eand th pr t ; ve : t : ( rv t rebe H ri
— , ver ; a c > pe n ec y + Cc | be wproving Dea iets ; = . MADE BY
ea ton ne apparatus petore it | ~ ’ : , :
“a *| ACHESON MAKES y
: » end enn” eek | A LOIN MAKES |
eerie the ae investionter : 4 i : B E R G E R PA | N T $
ewe a y adden : ad a $
was off Pelican ar he sent back Jar ed to have been drownec 0 COMMENT |
the message that reception at} by rest of the crey ere | WASHINGTON, Jat f |
the time br hore at Plymoutt ry] The Secretar of ‘ y eink ts ahem rtmene oP
Paul le, who went onjan Admiralty tus |Acheson, at his news confe f Fren
the trial rur th the Investigator, Anne Moller i ’ ' in, jon Wednesday declined to co le { é
sald that the radi lephone | but has been ving in St. - |ment on the report that the Uni stewa he AT ALL
aboard worked exceptior well. | cent for six years and Bar is | States was to have about 50 base Delt
The 0 receptior a shorter period. She is a good 4m Japan under the securit
out : sea Saran abt +, [Agreement after the
’ > Investigator went * , t 1 pr ae he ia Treaty i . ! HARDWARE STORES
SAMUEL WILLIAMS controlling a radio-telephone set at the ‘bout th les.to the ! ther h. | Such a report 1 ii have th e :
local Harbour & Shipping Department yesterday, is receiving a °° pr Point Lighthouse ar pell ” the h Late see on Wedne , ss gee |
: = the Harbour Master’ wate before the Admir-|cow newspaper i . uF |
message from the “Investigator” at sea. he " i : ‘ _ . * res U.P ! } trength.—U.P

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PAGE TWO



ICE-ADMIRAL Sir William
Andrewes, Commander -
Chief of the America West Indies
Station at present here on a visit
on his flag ship H.M.S. Sheffield



gave a Cocktail Party on board
yesterday evening from 6 to 8
o'clock. Two hundred and fifty
guests were invited

Antigua Holiday

RS. MARCELLA PEEBLES of

“Bayleys”. St. Philip, expec
to fly to Antigua today by B.W.1.A
on a short holiday. "She will be

away for about ten days.
Grenada Journalist
R. RUDOLPH KNIGHT of the
Editorial Staff of the “We
Indian”, Grenada’s newspaper ar-
rived here early this week on two
weeks’ holiday.

Formerly on the Editorial Staff
of the Barbados Recorder, he is
an Old Combermerian. He was in
Barbados last March when a Gren-
ada football team played a serie
of matches against a local team.

Canadian Senator

ON. JAMES A. MAC KINNON

a member of the Canadiar
Senate who was an intransit pas
senger through Barbados a few
days ago on the Lady Rodney paid
, brief visit to Trinidad and re-
turned here yesterday morning by

TCA.



He was accompanied by his

sughter Mrs. Harry D. Thorpe.

They are guests at the Marine
Hotel.

Third Visit

R. AND MRS. C. H. GAR-

LAND were among the pas-

sengers arriving from Canada

yesterday morning by T.C.A. This
is their third visit to Barbados in
three years. Here for part of the
winter months, they are guests at

the Ocean View Hotel. Mr. Gar-
land is President of Red Line
Limited, Ottawa.

Leaving To-day
M* FRANK DURR, English
Jockey who rode in the
(Trinidad Turf Club's Christmas
meeting for Mr. Trestrail is dud to
leave Barbados to-day on his way
to England via Jamaica. He wil!
spend a short holiday in Jamaic.
, before retUfning to England in late

February or early March.

In England, he is under contract
with th@.Duke of Norfolk who
owns one the largest stables in
England. e is the Duke's First
Jockey.

He hasbeen in Barbados for
mne weekseduring which time he
was a guegt at the Hastings Hotel.

Mr. Durf hopes to return to the
West Indies later this year for the
Trinidad Turf Club’s 1952 Christ-
mas meeting.



PRANK DURH—leav es

BY THE

toady

% TOO rigidly mathematical
solution to a difficulty,’

an article, “

How true

* says
may lead to disaster.”

men
being

I knew ‘two very srmall
They were both poor, and,
good at mathematics, it occurred
to them that they could both
wear one large overcoat, instead
of two small ones, and thus save

money. So they bought, cheaply,
from a big friend a_ worn-out
overcoat.

By their calculations this gar-
ment was just twice as large as
any two overcoats which would
have fitted them. But when the
two of them started to put the big
overcoat on, the cold light of rea-
son pierced the miasma of stupid-
ity. The little oafs had forgotten
that they Aad four arms between

them, and that the overcoat had
only two, «What is called a bottle-
neck resulted, and they had to



B.B.C. Radio

Programme

THURSDAY, JANUARY 17, 1951

12.15 am Rena Edwards, 11 30 a m
Oné Minute Please, 1200 noon The
News, 1210 pm News Analysis
4.00—7.15 pom. — S1.82m., 48 43m

400 pm The Ne Ws,
Daily Service, 415 pm Rhythm is
Their Business, 445 pm. Sporting
Record, 5 00 pm Composer of the
Week, 545 p.m. New Records, 6 00 p 1
Monia Liter Quartet, 615 pm Scottish
Magazine, 700 pm The News, 7 10
p.m. New. Analysis, 7.15 p.m. We Sce
Britain, 730 pm Compton Mackenvie
745 pm One Minu Please
1410.90 pan. — mm 48. 43m

410 pin Th




Radio Newsreel, 8 30 p in
Dispatch, 845 p im. Composer
of the Week, 900 pm R up the
Curtain, 10 00 N

pm The News, 10 10
bm _ From the Editorials, 10.15 p im
A Good Job,

1030 pm The Last
Chronicle of Barset

615 pm

Special





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Helen Ferguson, daughter of
Srigadier-general Augustus Fer-
guson, British Military Attache in
Tokio, She is to marry M, Brune
Giry-Deloison, 28, French busi-
ness executive, whom she first met
at a ball in Tokio two years ago,
They will have their first wed-
ding at the British Consulate, the
second at the French Mairie.
“Then we can be sure it is valid,”
says Miss Ferguson. M. Giry-Dei-
on already has a house and
ready for his bride ia




Saigon,

Miss -Ferguson, small, fair-
haired, blue-eyed, is here with
her mother on her first visit to
London for five years. She will
buy a short, light-weight wedding
dress suitable for Saigon's hot
climate,

Miss Ferguson is unperturbed

by the difficult military situation
in Indo-China, “I have lived most
of my life in the East, I am used
to it,” she says, She expects to
live in Saigon for two years, then
come to live in Paris,

Third Round

E third round of the inter-

colonial golf. tournament be-
tween Barbados and Trinidad takes
place to-day at the Rockley Golf
and Country Club and to-morrow
afternoon golf fans are looking
forward to the “Golf Exhibition”
to be given by Mr, Ernie Wake:am,

the Golf Club’s Winter Prefes-
sional,

The exhibition is scheduled to
begin at 4.30 pth

\\ AY e@eeeee
huddle into the garment, each

putting one arm in a sleeve,
An utterly pointless

debate
Bee OEE have often de-
bated which is the more
absurd sight: two men wearing
one hat, or one man _ wearing
two hats. My own experience is
that while the two men in one
hat are ill at ease, and get in each
other's way, the man in the two
hats, provided that he can forget
what a fool he looks, needs not
be greatly inconvenienced. It is
far easier for him to balance the
two hats, one superimposed upon
the other than it is for the two men
to get their heads wedged closely
enough together to balance the
two hats, And so forth
Prodnose: Doesn't it
on the hats?
Myself: It does no!
pends on the wearers.
The Cabmen’s ballet
ES COCHERS DE HUNTING-
DONSHIRE, the ballet based

all depend

it all de-



<
B.C. Film Show
4 ae yer yd night’s Film Show
at the British Council be-
gins as usual at 8.15. The pro-
gramme is in four parts: British
News, Western Isles (an out-
standing colour film of life in the
Hebrides), Gardens of England
another colour film. The main
feature on the programme is a
Charlie Chaplain film entitled
“Charlie Chaplain at the Bank.”

Prime Minister Broadcast:
To-night

IGHT HON. WINSTON

CHURCHILL, Prime Minister

of Great Britain, will address the

U.S. Congress tonight. The broad-

east can be heard over Rediffusion
from 7.30 to 8.15 p.m.

De

Short Visit

M*â„¢ & MRS. ALFONSO B
LIMA accompanied by two

children are due to leave today



for Trinidad by B.W.I1.A. Mr. De
Lima is Managing Director of
Trinidad Jewellery and_ Loan

Trinidad and he also has a branah
store in Barbados,

They have been here on a short
visit.

Barbadian In U.S.

FTER an enjoyable six weeks’

holiday here, Mrs. Gladys
Clarke, a Barbadian now resid-
ing in New York, left by
B.W.LA, for Puerto Rico on
Monday where she took Pan
American Airways back to the
U.S.A She was staying with
her aunt Mrs. E. Seale at “Lyn-
ville’, Baxters Road,

By Beachcomber

on the List of
Cabmen (Vols.

Huntingdonshire
III and IV), suf-
fers from lack of action, A mere
parade of cabmen, however beau-

tifully devised, gives little chance
for choreography, montage, pouf-
fage, ensenblology, and all the rest
of it. Nor does a cabman’s cloth-
ing lend itself to such Dalerozian
eurhythmiecs as Tummi's (playing
Stevens, E. J.) double volte-face
and saut-de-loup when he recog-
nises Higgs. O. N., and Mott, P
The final massed effect of cabmen
is daring, but drab, and the mim-
ing of cabmen’s names and initials
becomes tedious.

Nothing to do with me
HE B.B.C,

a plane to pick up a frozen

seal in the Arctic, and take ‘it to
the Eskimos in a Quebec hospital

for Christmas. But by getting
measles the Eskimos have disor-
ganised the round-the-world
hook-up, ‘

(News item.)



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Incidental Intelligence

people who like to take
exercise sitting down
always skating—Saturday
Post.

here’s

—L.E.S.

AMERICAN COLUMN:

The Woman
Who Knew
No Fear

By R. M. MacCOLL

WASHINGTON. |

If, in peevish mood, you feel
like grumbling about petty mat-
ters, you might do worse than
ponder the case of Mary Fallon,
who has just died in New York,
aged 62

In the place where
for the past 42 years, Mary was
loved by everyone as the most
popular person they knew.

Her cheerfulness and charm
were a byword, She taught her-

she lived



















































BARBADOS ADVOCATE THURSDAY, JANUARY 17, 1952
ss esssssssstsusssesssssnessnnsnsstnsens eae
Long Leave ‘ed ¥ | (RE-RELEASED) B town
T present holidaying in Bar- 31 TY + re ' : , SON-GRAY TODAY (Only) Warner's Classic of the Seas
bados is Miss Elsie Beckett | Aapeak tet * Ef a ! 145 & $0 PM. ERROL FLYNN in in THE SEA HAWK Pp
of British Guiana. Here on long} e . 2
i SPECIAL TODAY 1.90 “PM FRIDAY 30 — 4.45 & 8.30 p.m. *
leave she is staying at “Sunny-| Bi d t l t t ‘ Continuing Daily 4.45 & 8.30 p.m
ss 1a u O LIMIT at ONCE | exam noner sCentinuing Danny 4.05 @ kan oom || BL
She is on the staff of Messrs | dio ili Claire TREVOR A
: ONG of NEVADA Sally FORREST
Booker Bros.. in Georgetown. d t t th | Roy ROGERS A "IDA LUPINO P: 1
Her brother Bill who is with the an cu ou e guesses } . ‘ yesenive Z
ye a Sanadz 7€ - ; ‘ | Sat Spec al 9 30 & 1.90 p.m. , N ¢
a aftr = C ae nda a a N competitive situations, a muster a simple raise on the first SWING the WESTERN WAY" wes ae ree
ONE. ROPSS. WH) CNG OVEE tO Der policy of bidding the limit round, now bids Pour Spades, ||] The HOOSIER HOTSHOTS & aoa i, A Nagy A
bados for a short holiday some- at once is at all times Oly to lose 500 points when | “PRAIRIE ROUND-UP” an Y . -
time in April. recommended in Standara ‘ere, Was a fair chance of beat- | Charles STARRETT, } PIRATES of MONTEREY Dial
} . ing Four Hearts—North turn Smiley ‘BURNETT | (Color) Rod CAMERON 2310
Flying Club Meets Bridge. A player is often up'with a different type of han :
LS Lain. Sebvinise 2 i. &;ppared a guess on the next Worse still, South may find PLAZA OISTIN —“er @y The Garden
a eee Light Aeroplane ee 7 ee prises sary oe pose an sramegsaee pain to THe Dial 8404 GAIET ST JAMES
Club eld their inaugurai|; §-full value o s hand an Spades wou ‘ave bought the TODAY (Only) 445 & 8.30 P.M. LAS
meeting last night at the Chambe leaves the final decision to say okey At Coee Deh a 7 KID FROM KANSAS” | c EDGE «DOOM: ii
m ' ’ 2 C . migh Dick FODAN &
of Commerce, The meeting be- t . paca s for tt lack the courage to rebid at the “MASKED RIDER" | ee anon tate MURDER"
gan shortly after 8 o'clock. Officer: | 711 has taken some time for thi Three level opposite a silent Johnny Mack BROWN Frederick LAG
were elected and several importan ee ee. woo pared, “ri. a sa Sat, 1.) pn
, i accepted. since many players The principle is the same if : | | Fr. (Only idnite
matters, including the purchase of wre In the habit of making light Pp hay 1.45 & 8.30 pm “Tahiti Hone 8.30 p.m “a
an aeroplane, were discussed verealls sir. partners les Souris HADS Sp slats ¢ don Sa ali KID From TEC ARE
a a p h $ S! . s aad a vw Ge in tatene * K J 92;075;@¢398643; THE ARROW” Dannis O'Keefe KANSAS sd TRAIL”
their bids i eee a oa (Color) — and Dick For, od Cameron &
W.l. Tour ian tna" TMHOSY eset pens Oe, ras | pecasee® | mane of Maske” | “FRONTIER
NGE "ea R" -
kk. ¥, MAURICE McGREGOR 4 ‘ 1085; 9632: @I107: One Spade and East Two Hearts. BROTHERS” Nevada dutnind See |e eal 1 makaw
M ‘Operations Manager, TCA’ a* It is fatuous for South to bid Wayne MORRIS Roy Rogers BROWN” Fumy Keiser
Op s ager, , The score is East-West game, 4nything but Four Spades. First, =
Atlantic Region, who is at pres- North-South nil. West deals and ‘there must be a good chance of
ent in the W.I. on a visit, re- coe wae ipeart North bids One pee 5 germoncrye Ashe yg oS
turned from his one day trip to Spade and East passes. Remem- lave tor his overcall; se .
Trinidad yesterday and it is Pugut> beting Nortt’s partiality to ight South will have to'say Four
derstood that he plans to leavé Rorrumerauie overcalls, South seen ee we pitt rouns z
$ ‘ makes a cautious pass. West now ast-West go to Four Hear
today for Jamaica, bids Two Hearts East Three 8 true that Four Spades may | TO-DAY — LAST 2 SHOWS: 4.30 & 830 P.M.
Back F U.S Hearts sad West Four Hearts Se art Sy oe ne ite Republic Double :
~. Vhen this comes round to South, #&me ca caves the s
R .M SHILSTONE King’s it. occurs to him that oe guessing. They cannot be eure ADELE MARA _ WARREN DOUGLAS
NV . E. & ee . . Spades might be a cheap save ‘hat South is stretching his is BAT ss
oe an ee * bie aver zn if North has something eo all me SOOT ae
firrn of Messrs Cottle_Catford an: like this : may ea 1 ea Q) z
Ms ona lean takin | ee o9
Company, who had been On aig @Qsi42: 98: @KQ6ES: Miyake i se gggtet® ane THE INNER -CIRCLE
visit to the U.S., has returned te 4c : : a plunge into an unmakeable
Barbados in Tact it might even be a Five Hearts } AND
Talking Point make! So South. who could not London Express Service |
| OK B se
Think not that a man will so | «VW EL oY
much as lift up his little finger | u
with |

JOAN DAVIS

ROYAL

| ALBERT DEKKER

{to get away bin ‘tie cares sof the |
home and the cares of the day | 1

_SEE A MOVIE JAKE THIS 7 |) KWLLING A AN
|| IS ONE THING...

LOVING HiS WIFE
IS ANOTHER...





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Joseph COTTEN

THE PRICE OF FAME
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SPORTS RACKET!

The things she had to do...the
lies she had to tell...the love affair
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In

“SEPTEMBER
AFFAIR”



is) ale 4d eee

HARD. FAST}

ead

Se Se

Tomorrow Only 5.00 & 8.15 p.m.

William EYTNE

ame tn



self to paint gay designs on
scarves and handkerchiefs, and
the letters she wrote to ther
friends, full of cheerfulness and
optimism were treasured.

It was not easy to do _ these
things because, you see, Mary
was paralysed from the neck

down,
Back in 1909 the pretty girl, full
of the joy of life, found her left

arm becoming numb. That was
the start of a disaster whi
might thave destroyed the mind

as well as the body of a_ less
courageous person,

But in the City Hospital, on
Welfare Island, where she lived,
Mary showed only smiles Said
the Rev. Francis Curley, the
hospital chaplain, to-night: “Her
constant oheefulness endeared
her to us all,”

The painting and the
writing? Done with a
held in her teeth,

The Better Life

THE NEGROES’ lot in America
grows steadily better. In 1951
there was a single lynching, com-
pared with over 100 annually at
the turn of the century and more
than 50 in 1922, And in New
York City the Negro population
— 1,012,883 strong—has tripled its
collective income since 1940.

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brush

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VICTOR JORY Laura ELLIOTT

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House Authorise :

THURSDAY, JANUARY 17,

1952 ,



_—

Employment Of

Factory Inspector

_ ‘THE House of Assembly on Tuesday passed a resolu-
tion authorising the Governor to enter an agreement with
a person to serve in the Labour Department in the post

of Factory Inspector.
The salary of the person

$4,920 per annum and the term of engagement willbe for

a period of two years in the fi

by mutual agreement.

Reasonable passage expenses of
the person engaged, his wife and
children not exceeding $1,440 in
each direction may be paid from
the place of engagement to Bar-
hados on appointment and from
| Barbados to the place of engage-
| ment

on the termination cf the
agreement.

Dr. H. G. Cummins (L) took

charge of the resolution He said

that it sought to appoint a perven

on contracteas Factory Inspector

The addendum pointed cut that

under Resolution 69 of 1950,

provision was made for the ap-

pointment on agreement of a

Factory Inspector at a salary of

$3,840 per annum and _ provision

on this basis was included in the
Colonial Estimates 1951—52.

As no suitable candidate was
available locally the Secretary of
State was requested towards the
end of last year to investigate the
possibility of obtaining a suitable
person in the United Kingdom

The Secretary of State had re-
commended a former Factory
Inspector to the Ministry of
Labour, who retired in 1950 as an
Inspector Class 1A after serving



engaged will be at the rate of

rst instance subject to renewal

here, they could not train a local
man and pay him a salary more
in conformity to that paid to civil
servants,

He suggested that they should
send a mun for training abroad or
that they should apprentice some
local civil servant to the Factory
Inspector who showed signs of
aptitude in such matters so that
when the Factory Inspector’s two
years would have expired, the
iocal man could carry on.

“It is highly possible that with
a proper knowledge of factory
inspection, laws and regulation
of the U.K., on the part of Labour
Department officials, some local
civil servant with an aptitude
for engineering, could: be found to
do the work.”

Mr. Crawford said that no fac-
tories here could be compared
with the extensive factories in
Manchester and Yorkshire which
occupied hundreds of acres, The
inspection in Barbados therefore
could not be as complicated.

He said that he could not agree
to the employment of a man for



APPROVE

The Hon'ble the Colonial Secre-
tary, in moving the concurrence of
a Resolution for $70,000 to carry
out repairs and replacements of



BATTERED

FOR FISHERMEN

BARBADOS ADVOCATE
“ENTERPRISE”

$70,000

and considering the recommenda-
tions
Committee,
ecutive Committee considered that

of the Fisheries Advisory

the Governor-in-Ex-

the evening ef his days
and was given hard work to do,
he could not be as efficient a8 if he

zontenticn since 1928. When Major
‘feck came here years ago on a
similar agreement, he was given
an increased salary greater than
that which was in keeping with
the equivalent status of other civil
servants. At the end of three
years, he had done so little that
ne said they would have to renew
him for three years or give him a
bigger salary

This present agreement was for
only two years. If they brought
a factory Inspector here for two
years, at the end of that period

to work, he said, Some

hour shifts each day.

he eannot be
he had
day.

as careful

his

job and. that when

that the period of two years wa








Mr. W. A. Crawford (C) said
that they were cnly engaging a
man for two years at this special
salary and under special conditions
as the office of Factory ,inspector
in Barbados could not be a special-
ised job as was the case in the
United Kingdom

“We have a few sugar factories
and a few other industrial con-
cerns and I do know from person-
al experience that the position 1s
still very bad” Mr, Crawford said.



Net working capital of
(Trinidad) Oi:tsielc
30 last
increase
year,
figur
Assets

«mounted to £
of £485,514



G1



3 just published in
totalled






ing there.

He knew that generally speak-
ing, someone was needed in this
country for a short space of time
to put factory Inspection on a
proper basis. After that had been
done, he saw no reason why, to
inspect 30 odd sugar factories



022 received in final
liveries last year totalled
000 barrels of crude

3,851,000 gallons of casing



sandwich

A sandwich made with Bovril is a real meal

Everyone enjoys the rich beefy

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flavour and goodness of Bovril. And they can
enjoy it often—one 4 oz, bottle of Bovril makes
over 100 delicious sandwiches.

{

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be considered that nearly 3,000

people were employed at the fac- ready for the fishing season, there-

tories,
had his future before him Another eonsideration was the
He had always maintained that long hours that the people had

of them
work in 12-hour, shifts, Some in
eight-hour shifts and some in 16-
When
man had worked 16 hours a day,
as when
Wee. re day following the calamity and the athe machinery which they had for
Governor-in-Executive
tee
means of a€inistering relief to aq U
the needs of fishermen, and to set calamity was a very simple indi-
in action a scheme for replacing

Mr, Vaughan said that the Goy-
ernment should see that they got
a proper man, to see that he did
he left,
they would have a proper set-up,
“We have had too long the risks

they were going to need his of accident without having
setsimae ‘ spectorship.”

services and might then be able to "Spec ;

have some definite statement of _ Mr. Miller (L) said that ;
the position in relation to the post vidin= en inspectorship fo:
in the colony. He personally felt Various tactocies did not

that they could take up a simple-

retired

too short on, He fet that it was fortunate
Mr. Walcott said that they could that the Government could

not do better than to pass the cure th srvices of a man

resolution, If it was a fact that Was facio.y iijspector to the Min-

to get an agreement with a retired Istry of Lab ue and who

man on the givil service list the in 1950 as an Inspector Class

had to pay more, was it not wi I dont know if Honourable

to increase the salary and get Membets we thinking

permanent and a younger man s> Sanitar Insp¢e t with a

that they would know they hud and a big cork t.'* ne said, <

someone in the service who would added “we want a technician

be able to carry on rather. than He said inat they should

have someone at an enhanced complimented fhe Go ernment

galary. trying to procure the U.K. inspec-
Perhaps, there we ther «em. tor. The resolution was

bers who wanted further informa- passed,

tion on the matter and he hoped

that they woul ior it betore

the resolution went into Com- . e

me. Apex Oilfields
Local inspectors

Capital Rises

on September

during
uccording to the company’s
London,
£4,999,057,
agains! £3,814,342 a year previous-
iy, and liabilities totalled £1,343,

almo:





About ten years ago he remem- 523 ac against £642,154. Provision
bered taking the ‘then Labour for income tax remain
Commissioner, Mr. Guy Perrin, to the same at £1,093,942, as ag
investigate a sugar factory in this £1,096,180 a year earlier
island which in his inexperienced Oil revenue during the
epinion, appeared to be a death totalled £1,595,591, as
trap for people who were work- £1,704,199 in the previous

but the 1950 figure included £408,-
settlement
for deliveries in pricr years

oil

gasolene, obtained from 361 well:.
—B.U.P

boats already

in the world today as regards

Investigations were made on the .morrow anything happened, and
xrocessing sugar was destroyed, it
would be almost impossible to re-
place it at today’s cost, and the

Commit-

met to consider ways and

cation of what are the conditions

Immediate Measures to the question of capital costs,

With respegt to the replacement and said she perias boats aque
at part of the fishing fleet, be replaced in ree or. 10U
OF rae ot = ‘ ; months. With machinery, how-

steps had inevitably to be taken at
once, The legislature had been
prorogued at that time, and it was
not possible to come down imme-
diately for funds. But it would
have been most reprehensible for
Government to sit back until the ,
legislature had been re-assembled,
Steps wére taken to order ma-it
terials such as canvas and joist
and to make enquiries about lab-
our, and to make plans. There
was in fact a little building yard
set up at the Reef, and arrange-
ments hai been made for a supply

ever, even if orders were placed
it would be three or four years
before parts arrived. 7

The Resolution was agreed to



T’DAD CONSIDERS
TRADE MISSION

TO U,K., CANADA

PORT-OF-SPAIN

Government is actively taking

up the question of sending a trade







of electricity which he hoped mmission from Trinidad to the Unit-
would soon be available and the ¢q Kingdom and Canada this year
yard commence operations vith a view to “selling the Col-

He was informed that 23 of the (nys opportunities for industri-

43 boats which e damaged but
could be repaired were now in the
water and work also in pro-



alisation and tourism
The question of sending a dele-

he gation to the United States to ad-



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Type. The Building Yard was all first hinted by Mr Watkins, Pres-
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as a supply of electricity was corder Company
availiable. : At the time, it was proposed
The Resolution which was be- that Mr. A. A. Shenfield, former
fore the Council related to the fin- Economie Adviser, and two other
ancial assistance which it was persons with a sound knowledge
proposed to give to the fishermen of the Colony’s trade should be

whg had suffered loss or damage, selected to make the trip.

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-LEGISLA TIVE (COUNCIL | Livestock Industry

On January 11, Governor K, W.
Blackburne
budget session of

1952

a

in the London Area and in Man- more than two years at this ab- fishing boats, told the Legislative assistance should be given to per- British Virgin Islands Legislative 9 high,
chester and Yorkshire. ; normally high salary. The Gov- Council Tuesday that 23 of the sons whose boats were destroyed , “ . a iat
He said that this Factory ernment should take steps to 43 boats which were damaged but or damaged on the basis of a 50% Council. He listed ae following Included In Budget
Inspector was regarded as an ideal train a local man {6 tdke pver at could be repaired were already in interest free loan and a 50% free ‘allure Firstly the Presidency
man and one most suitable to give the expiration of the two-year the water again. The Resolution grant. deficit in 1952 as large as a year Budget Bureau officials tenta-
the hecessary information with noeriod or investigate the poasi- was agreed to, wo; Secondly, the slowness .of tively set the military spending
regafd to the local factories. bility of apprenticing a local man Hon, Mr. Turner told the Coun- Engines For Boats tackling practical problems, in- (otal at 45 billion dollars, Defence
He was hoping that the neces-~ ;, tT Gia nica? Ins Neate when he cil further that work “is in pro- ‘luding the improvement of the officials, however, persuaded the
sary legislation would be passed ‘° ye Pac y spe gress on two of the new type of There was a further decision re- livestock industry. Thirdly, han- White House to approve $4,200,-
so that the Factory Inspector °*™° i boat known as the ‘Bathsheba’ garding oe of funds wilee dica in intercourse with the 000,000 above this with all of the
would arrive in time to see the m type.” engines into a few boats which 1).§,-Virgin Islands increase going to the Airforce.
machinery of the factories in Long Overdue i asking the Council to approve form the subject of another Reso- ° Truman’s budget also will in-
motion Mr. Vaughan (I) said that the of the Resolution, Hon. Mr. Turn- lution which would come before The achievements comprise the clude requests for funds for mili-
Mr. M. E. Cox (L) seconded. factory question in this colony er recalled that on the 2nd and ‘he Council. completion of the draft develop- tary aid to other non-Communist
was long overdue. It was a 3rd December last rough seas des- The necessary material required ment plan nations, for atomic weapons and
Period Too Short grace that this island had troyed 40 fishing boats on the lee- f0F the replacement and repair of The Secretary of State approved stockpiling of strategic materials,
labour office for seven years and ward coast of the island, and a the boats had been ordered in an- ¢hree grants: £5.000 for agricul- Some informed sources expected
Mr. E. K. Walcott (E) said that qiq not have an inspectorship further 43 were damaged in vary- aa of gp ee ween tural credit; £2,000 in livestock his military aid budget to run
he took it that the Factory émployed by. that office. ing degree. ature Meomion ouncil fo) breeding purposes: £1,500 for about $5,600,000,000. The domestic
Inspector was a man well on in “The Labour Office cannot He said that the total number of Ho 4 Pe see that. this improvement of village water sup- military budget of $53,200,000,000
years and he personally was efficient in serving the people fishing boats in the island was tenths ee. Seller Bane ee plies. for fiscal 1953 would be $6,200.-
against using a or sending for without a proper system of 580, but the guanny put ext 3 Benuskt wake” Fito ae ee ‘ 000,000 jess than the appropriation
yeached’ the. ening of We days wert. we. ald. Tt was {ie boats | Inead “launched, and serious condition which has arisen urther progress is the estab- of $§9,400,000,000 for the current

lishment of the inter Virgin Islands
medical





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56D

thede by
aker Oats Company

Truman’s Military
Budget Is Near $54b.

WASHINGTON, January.

Informed sources said that Truman has approved a military

budget of about $53,200,000,000 for the 1953 fiscal year The

total includes about $3,500,000,000 for construction of mili-

tary bases and installations and $500 million for the overall

operations of the Defence Department.

The remaining $49,200,000,00°
for the U.S. Army, Navy, Airforce
and Marine Corps, is about
$7,800,000,000 less than the joint
Chiefs of Staff sought for the Se:

U.K. Invites Help As
Traffic Manager



vices during the fiscal year b®-
> ‘ vr

en eee in Suez Ganal Zone
Informed sourees emphasized
that all of the figures must be LONDON, Jan. 15
regarded as approximate, due to Britain invited the navies of
the possibility of last minute five nations, including the United
changes before Truman submits States to assist the British Navy
the overall 1953 budget’ to Con. as Traffic Manager in the Suez
gress late in January, But no Canal Zone
major alterations in the total or In no case was a formal note
any breakdown is foreseen. sent but official sources said that
The U.S. Airforce would get the Norway, France, Holland, Swe-

den, and the U.S
co-operate in
Traffic,

were invited to
maintaining Suez

major share of abcut $21,500,000,-
000 to enable it to expand from its
present goal of 96 wings to 143
wings in late 1955 or early 1986,
Breakdown for the Services
nder tne present plans would be
The Army, $14,500,000,000,
The Navy, including the Marines,
$13,200,000,000,

The Armed Services originally
asked for about 57 billion dollars
exclusive of military construction
and over-all Defence Department
funds. This would have been al-
located: The Army and Navy 15
billion dollars each, and the Air-
force 27 billion dollars, This
amount would have enabled the
Airforce to build up to 143 wings
per year earlier—late in 1954 or
early in 1955, But Truman, upon
his return from Key West in De-
cember, said that the figures were










via

1952 fiscal year.—-U.P,



by seriously reducing the immedi- Capital costs. ‘deena esa IF Se 0a Seances rar _
a supply of fresh ‘Ash at a time He observed that 20 years ago, ao ts a an mene yonss there ‘ =

when the rising cost of other food- if those 40 fishing boats had been ire my we nt doctors, Dr, and Re Wy YORK ~

stuff was causin reat anxiety, destroyed, they could have been Bie aoe , . f -

aaa in addition, - ont a consider- replaced at a cost of about $12,000 Tenders have been issued! for More Indonesian

able number of men out of em- Today, they were costing $60,000, the new inter-island Government . , ’ Fast, non-stop flights by the magnificent “EL Presi-

ployment at a time of the year and that was the story all over launch, Sugar | roduction dente” —the Blue Ribbon Service of the Western

when alternative employment was the world. The Governor considers witl Hecnisphere. Or fly via San Juan by popular, money
articularly difficult to get, fe - wh a the present meat shortage the DJAKARTA, Indonesia, saving “El Turista

P Hon. Mr. Cuke said that if to- livestock industry offers hope of An E.C.A. grant of U.S

$85,000 to increase the production
and improve the quality of small-
holders’ sugar in Indonesia, for
consumption within the country,
has been approved, says an Indo-
nesian Government announcement,















n hic) ‘ . United Kingdom and Fra > by t This > s . ; vi ‘ © al Ametica exICO,
the fishing boats in the water. which obtained today. Sonia Wil be cicesd at the Gener This eneoey will be spent ait and via Panama to Central Amv and Mexico
Tt was decided that the task of Twenty years ago the fishermen Post Offlee as under Pattee Agen ASO? equipinen? 2) o
repar é rere scheme _ Po > ak arcel Mail at 3 pm on the 1aih fertilisers and other e ont, g ed Th e@ i
Tenia ie enousiod to the Bish would have been able to replace Jnnuary, iso2. Pegistered Mai at 9 a1 This project is of special im- Evrope» by] eee a ao r ent
‘ § sn- 2 ute amse e, whereas Ordinary Mail at 15 o » 19th fi : ners : if , |
eries Advisory Committee, and that ina Ooi tare oaakes Temhinder 1952 wey nthe I#h portance to East Java, where an Regular service trom New York by double-decked
this Committee should also admin- iy ais it phate ital cc rl and stitl Mails for Trinidad by 8S, Golfio area of some 27,000 acres was “Strato” Clippers*—world’s largest, fastest airliners to
ister immediate relief to the un- part of the capite ESB, § will be elosed at the General Post Office planted with sugar cane in 1954, Paris, Rome. Enjoy stopovers jp England, Lreland.
; assist with loans for the balance. as under a pr a ,
fortunate fishermen who were lid think that the people roel Mall and fedistered Mail ar 9 he output’ of sugar per acre is Also frequent Hights by delu&e Constellation-type
solely dependent for their liveli- Pete fully enpeaeiated the am., Ordinar il at 9.30 am. on the expected to reach nearly three Clippers to Caleutta, Delhi—other cities of the Orient.
$ ; oO. e islanc ye 2Cle x 18th January { s \ suRi
ae oi a whe teigatelstgti n of Serious situation which had arlseh “Mails for 8. Lucia by the Sch, Adalina BASSE BROW SMAAK:
ti of hich did nat aorih the atts all over the whole of the West In- will be closed at the General Post OMmc Whe the dbsdlete machinery For reservations, see your Travel Agent or

relief, whic c sub- > wor é to as under . ;

ject of the Resolution before the dies ang a sone J8 seas, it Parcel Mail and Registered Mail at 2 "OW used by smaliholders is re-

Council, the Barbados Advocate capital costs, and he fe : pm, Ordinary Mail at 240 pm. on placed by the new equipment io

immediately opened a Relief Fund i ek ae in ta ahey pao Pe ET © provided, it is hoped that the} WORLD'S
to which the sum of over $5,000 be in fon ane OF two sbvioud things RATES OF EXCHANGE Aone OF Seen ueroveren arom MOST EXPERIENCED
was contributed in a very short I - an JR cs Ang pata . the sugar cane can be increased

time, and it was decided to use later on. pt ey ae a. is id it is expected that the use ol j AIRLINE
this Fund and supplement as Hen. Mr. Cuke pointed out that pr. Cheques ¢ ittle and power-driven mills Wi
where necessary from Emergency ; 950 and 1952 building Banker 70 2/10 vill result in a seasonal inereasc NS o’

: r { lier in tt between 1950 and 19 Setaaid : Be s oe -

Relief Funds voted earlier in the 7 iais had gohe up by 59% in aoe fash bi tu about 2,100 tons of sugar. The “

Mocca to peepee ® aahiealenee u- two years, and until such thing Sight Draft 699/10, pr. mills and other equipment will é

owance of $5 per wee o (he I : ve : -ealise i 72.8/10% pr. Cable be sold to farmers’ co-operatives

> . , 1appened, they did not realise 1. { ' ee ‘ per ; ,
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PAGE THREE

Canada Hopes
For More Trade
With B.W.1.

OTTAWA

Canada hopes
part of her

to regain a large
traditional trade with
the British West Indies as a result
et the modifications to the Trade
Liberalisation Plan which went in=

to effect on January 1. Under the
revised plan, Canadian importers
vill be able to obtain iniport
licences in the West Indies for up
to 50 per cent. of their average

exports to the individual colonies
during the basic 1946-
47-48

peried of

During this basic period, Canada
mpintained an export trade to the
West Indies at the rate of $67,060—
000 a year, or four times the pre-





war level’ But during the first
five months of 1950, following: a
U.K. request for stricter restric-
tions on dollar spendi by. tI



colonies, Canadian exports {6 this
market dropped to the levél of
$30,000,000 a year.—B.U.P.



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RESPONSIBILITY

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| Four Men At Daggers Drawn



THURSDAY,



Share Power In Egypt

Daily Maxi
Nail-Scissors are an instrument
of government in Egypt, where
patient teams of censors in the
Ministry of the Interior keep
them in constant use, snipping out
of foreign magazines and news-

By G. WARD PRICE)
be directed. That is why the
present Cabinet is whooping on
the Egyptian mob to regard ‘he
British troops on the Canal as
rapacious, aggressive invaders
of the country’s territory.

tion the King’s ‘assent is fede.
sary to the passing of the law. |
By withholding it Farouk coul/!
have forced Nahas to resign. He|
may have been tempted to do
so, for he has had bitter quar-|
rels with him in the past, and)

TRUMAN’S FOES TAUNT—

President Truman’s home front worries
pile up. Foremost among them are the
the income tax scandal and the talk of
improper influence in Government agen-
cies. FREDERICK COOK tells how one
woman's fur coat has seized the attention
of the nation... .

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3 dat ~ vptian Sovereign’ e
These words, chosen from an article by pentee _ references to. King Every intelligent Egyptian is Saiee Fou" oe Briteh | 6 |
: ‘ ‘arouk an remier sha. are 5 ~ i f s j —— =
WILLIAM BARKLEY were published in Not that the small percentac# ee — ie eer on °" Government is that on three! e in Hoes =.
f £ tians wh can read Faee® ene Wie) WOES Pane oceasions it used its influence to} DSOOPSOLEEL EES PEEPS AE APO.
the Advocate of January 16, and were most of Egyptians 10 reat’ the Canal occupied by British ?- the Ki r4 x
_ foreign languages are unfamiliar troops in the safest, most orderly impose Nahas upon the ng as) } ~
timely. In the same issue Mr. ALBERT vi andals surrounding , eee ’ premier. | x
co : , with the scandals rou ®& and contented district in the | | xy
GOMES of Trinidad is quoted as saying oe Peete anit ae tee te country. Wages are higher there; But Farouk, though a moody nas >
that in the West Indies “there is not the te learn how fully other nations (©, Mtives in the service of tne and impulsive monarch, is by no ix S
: oe tee ‘ Se O 1e y British live better; towns and means lacking in shrewdness % x
same social discipline as in Britain. ane informed upon these shady villages are cleaner; the loca! and political craft. He realised| eae $
Taken together these two extracts might oe They fear isolation cieetion. hse) eran ao _ rbout the British | NEW YORK, Thursday, : x
. a 5 eitement abou e %
serve as a lesson to the West Indies on AT see head of Egypt's That the presence of the occupation of the Canal Zone it} ‘. %
‘ national affairs are four men _ British garrison on the Canal has would be a blunder for him io) ~mile-an- i ’ ‘| |
the one thing needful. : who mutually, and for good in every way been benefiial to veto legislation purporting to' THE 70-mile an-hour motoring refugees OOS Shou inciude %
How badly the lesson is needed was reason, dislike one another in- the people of Egypt is beyond all bring it to an end. To have from the blizzard-swept North are in too great $
shown only this week when the House of tensely, but are obliged to hold doubt-—-but the personal ambi- done so would have made it’, hurr h i = . y
y . , together lest in isolation a worse tion of one man has made it the possible for Nahas to charge the —. rid 7" wane pull in to the hana reed a Waterin -Pol Fork Rake 3
Assembly debated a resolution to provide fate should overtake them. subject of the present rash end King with marine etme ~~ -ide “motel” in Florida to pay attention to s $ 9 x
1,385 which are required to for me- These characters are Kin» risky controversy, Cabinet on a patriotic issue, the woman w 0 in al y x
™ . 2 pay Farouk; Nahas Pasha, the Prime Salah ed-Din Pasha, tc was evidently unwise to ob- diti an nt ae = wegen vedere 7 “ihe 71 %
chanical replacements on the Government- Minister; Serag ed-Din Pasha, Foreign Minister, now attending a ie which tt, Panis: itioned, £4 4s.-a-night cabins under the pa e, rowel, snears and Ose x
owned fishing vessel INVESTIGATOR. the Minister of the Interior; ana the General Assembly of the @nd_ his Foreign Minister palms. $
: 5 Salah ed-Din Pasha, the Foreign. United Nations in Paris, aims at Prepared for the eviction of the , sae . d %
As far back as May 1951 it was discov- Minister. the Premiership — with all the ary oP ris re ene She is not striking in appearance. A little These of lastin x
ered that replacement of the propeller and A monarch and three pashas P! rece ene vantages that oa ‘rabject rt a Ncondition Overweight, receding chin, straight, dark ue . 8
7 i eli > accom pi y wt, i 5 ; ea . . "
shaft and parts of the rudder of the In- cone Se eae a A Premies Nahas Pasha “is 76, which might subsequently be air, drawn back into a plain bun, steel- > %
vestigator would be necessary. The reason proclaimed Egypt a indepen- aoMieal nee a troublesome used 1 his. sivantage. _mmed glasses. Not the bathing beauty type. | 8 quality and excellent value, are x
for replacement was due to electrolysis, as dent democratic parliamentary Pee ee eee am Whip for his hand £6-A-WEEK MAN % r x
Dr. C . beta dnd tail hi State, political authority has QMice o aren, eee last much Th F thi indi Wineahh is th % : bil aes %
r. Cummins explained an ad nothing remained in the hands of already J0nger. Salah ed-Din covets his Material to this end Farouk ere is nothing to indicate that she is the | % y 2
, eg ‘ 8 $ i 3, Succession, and needed a cause i i yaitiy ap ‘ 19 V ‘4
to do with “ELECTRONICS”, as the junior Slee oe re eee in which he could unite popular coonaraancs, Cor provided “oman everybody has been reading about: | > SUOCKE BN EL © : >
member for St. George appeared to think. politicians who adopted that ae — him. a has bet me for investigation by the Finance the owner of America’s most famous fur coat. $ Ph. 447? $
s i ' 7 becaus f th 7 _by assuming e role o Ministry of the sources from 1 J : ic % x
Electrolysis takes place when an electric ews "auriicdaes + omen Principal British-baiter. . which ‘Ke orivate aratitnes of Royal pastel natural mink, I am told, is the SEEDER CODEC LOL PLE EPPO LA PPP ALAA
current causes conductors of that current There are few countries with Thanks to him the Egyptian Cabinet Ministers and Govern- technical description. Retail value, according SS

to undergo a chemical change. In the case
of the Investigator, electrolytic action was

more wealth per head of popu-
lation than Egypt, nor any where
it is divided with more striking

Government has now gone too
far to draw back—although the
Four-Power invitation to join

ment officials have been derived

The King at once saw the de-
fect in it: it wasn’t retrospec-

‘o expert testimony, is around £3,150.
It is a beautiful coat. But lots of women in

‘ . bss % as ' ; the Eastern Mediterranean De- ; i : :

r ltin i m ition, o an contrasts. Outside the glitter- ra ona tive. The Wafdist Party hadi jhis lush and prospero lan ortify them-
esulting in decomposition, of bolts d ing Mohammed Aly Clube whose fence Organisation would at any been in ae a eee p perous la d f rti y the)
component parts of the propeller and rud- members play baccarat with £100 other time have been welcome selves against the rigours of winter in coats

der apparatus,
An order for replacement of the affected
parts of the Investigator has been placed to

chips you have to step carefully
to avoid the frail and filthy
forms of small children sleeping
on the pavement, The word

as gaining for Egypt the pres-
tige of association on a_ basis
of equality with the Western
Powers.

It is asserted by all Egyptians

years; their nests were already
well lined, As a_ condition of
signature, tiherefore, Farouk
demanded that operation of the
Bill be antedated to the year

just as good.
What interested so many millions in this

p. rticular coat is the fact that the woman who



SS

é “street-arab,” which is y los : 1939. He knew that with this :
ensure that the boat will not be laid up to “the ‘British’ cea _ Ci touc® — the palace that amendment it would not be, Wore it was until recently a typist—at the
when replacement becomes necessary. The has all its old significance in ; ng ‘ ge 5 We _ strongly allowed to become operative 80 \\Yhite House. And her husband 40-year-old
P Cairo against the repudiation of the he would always have a whip to _ | : ’
House passed the resolution in Committee To satiety the mob ae kpc,» 2. Ds mg British crack over the Premier’s head, | \icrl Young, just before the war was making
. . pS are en remal i ig
of supply but opportunity was taken by The first requisite of Govern- the Canal until 1956. He would ae a eyptian | Government only £6 a week as a Government messenger. In Wonderful Colours
several members to criticise the United he cowectaceeisnes. ocoletanier the “Bills ‘by which’ this ge Valley of the Nile, but if this “m recent years things have looked up for abe
Kingdom for what was mysteriously de- from reflecting too deeply on its and the convention covering the Jnean ie eeantes eh only him. When all the bother about the coat be-
seribed by Mr. Mottley as “exploitation of ak roe ber See Sudan A oh sail Ga carnation rer _cmtend its gan—and caused some of Mr. Truman’s foes
; , n alternative targe shrewd ruler $ Fo th iter bé
the Colonies.” Members argued that the against which its resentment can to Lake Victoria se

United Kingdom was supplying inferior
equipment to the Colonies and were anx-
ious lest the new replacement and the en-
gines for the three fishing boats towards
which the Government was contributing a
loan of $10,000, should not prove to be in-
ferior. Normally the members of the House
would appear to have been exercising the
functions of good watchdogs over the is-
land’s purse, but the suggestion that the
United Kingdom is deliberately profiteer-
ing by selling bad equipment to Barbados
is unworthy. The same United Kingdom
has allocated £800,000 as a free gift to Bar-
bados under the Colonial Development and
Welfare Act. The same United Kingdom
has just agreed to pay Barbados some-
thing like £1 million more for the 1952
sugar crop. The same United Kingdom has
agreed to purchase for 8 years by far the
greatest part of the surplus of the island’s
available sugar for export.

The same United Kingdom has agreed
that Barbados should be allowed to sell its

Under the Egytian Constitu-





to Lake Victoria. |



to dub his administration the Mink Dynasty
--Mr. Young was making £52 a week on the

tion.

Ie C | staff of the Reconstruction Finance Corpora-
an Be Done |

It may well be asked what con-
nection there can be between Mr.
Kaiser of the U.S.A. and the
present shortage of electricity, or
gas, or anything else in Barba-
dos? The only connection is
probably in my mind, and is there
because I have come to regard him
as an outstanding example of the
type that refuses to be daunted
by . difficulties. And when it
comes to shortages, he simply
does not believe in being deterred
by them but goes to work to
eliminate them,

I had some contact with the
Kaiser organisation during the
war, when Britain was desperate-
ly short of ships and the old-
established yards felt that noth-
ing more could be done to pro-
duce them, owing to shortages of
machine tools and other items.
Kaiser undertook to build ships
for Britain and did so in spite of
the difficulties that certainly
existed at the time, before the
days of Lend-Lease. It was a
striking illustration of obstacles
being overcome by those imbued

By R. E. SMYTHIES

did mot see anything to suggest
that the difficulties mentioned are
insuperable, The existence of a
shortage in Britain is not in it-
self a reason why we should feel
obliged to reconcile ourselves to a
similar shortage here. One bottle-
neck there is the shortage of coal
and another is the priority given
to goods for export, in order to
pay for needed imports, including
sugar from the West Indies,
They also have a_ serious short-
age of man-power, whereas here
we have chronic unemployment
that is made worse by the lack
of electricity.

Two years ago I _ suggested
that an obvious first step would
be to have an impartial enquiry
to try to ascertain the real facts
of the case. If this had been
done we might be further ahead
now, instead of still confused by
a maze of conflicting ideas and
opinions, with no clear decision
or definite action such as_ the
ordering of more machinery.

I have been asked if I have any

quantity of bread. The idea be-|
longs to the ‘horse and buggy
days’ of electricity, when it was
regarded as useful for lighting
only, and mainly for wealthy folk
at that, |

Two years ago I also suggested
that consideration should be given
to installation of steam turbines
instead of more Diesel engines,
and now I see that the Company
plans to purchase turbines though
none have been ordered yet. It
might be worth while to look into |
the question of buying second- |
hand turbines, to save both time
and capital outlay. The turbine |
is so much simpler in construction |
than the Diesel engine that they |
may be bought second-hand with |
confidence, subject to the usua?
safeguards as to condition, |

I realise that the Directors or
their Engineers may have some
objection to buying second-hand |
machines of any type, in which
ease the objection should be
weighed carefully in the light of
the urgent need for more elec-
tricity at the earliest possible)

This is the Government Department which
in 1941 lent embattled Britain 390 million
dellars and recently got it all back With in-
terest five years ahead of time. ©

GRAVE CHARGE

On the home front it is one of the main
funnels—or was—through which Uncle Sam
feeds large loans to people and firms who
need a cut of his bounty.

Mr. Young was one of the people who look
into applications and pass them on. Now he
is under a grand jury indictment for perjury
following a month-long probe.

It is a grave charge, which, if proved, could
bring him a gaol sentence of up to 30 years.

The grand jury also indicted Joseph Rosen-

taum, a Washington lawyer who financed the
purehase of Mrs.
brother Herschel and Robert Dudley, an asso-
ciate of Mr. Rosenbaum.

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sugar to Canada after 1952 and benefit from | determination to do 80, but that te ‘poate See savor to a positive assurance that all Specifically Young is accused of three - i
higher prices if still prevailing in that ‘ After the | was | Kalser earted until the real difficulties | are piaphlennes eee ae re things: of denying that while employed by ROYAI {a ‘
o make automobiles an ound ascertained beyond doubt, wheth- : ; ;_ | i 4 4
market. there was a’ shortage of steel, so Sr the. Elie Utilities Act, the been thoroughly explored, before the RFC he had anything to do with appli- i ue

The presence of H.M.S. SHEFFIELD in he set to work to make steel. shortage of capital, fear of We are asked to reconcile our-| cations from Lustron Corporation, a prefab c

Carlisle Bay should remind the members Later on a shortage of aluminum nationalisation or some other Selves to putting up with the i

of the House of Assembly how impossible
it would be for this island to pay even for
one day towards the cost of its own defence.

t vas
‘ either project would be enough I have heard the argument ad- the deadlock will meet with suc- ; : : 4 PT A ‘eat
The vast resources of the Colonial Office | 1, gaunt most men by size alone. vanced quite seriously, that there cess. I feel sure that it can be Lusiness men in touch with Government men. el tuts GE 4
with its specialist and research departments . aes been seid pao when one is no point in trying to encourage Cope if all concaened are imbued} All these statements, say the grand jury :
a‘ ‘ oO s associates fel ey were increased consumption of electric- wit the spirit expressed in,| : et " ay
Soe en at no cost to the island of | oxpanding too rapidly, ‘and re- ity by making it cheaper in quan- “Where there’s a will, there’s a| ‘Vere lies. On the contrary, charges the in- 4
arbados,

The list of advantages and benefits that
accrue to Barbados from the good offices
of the United Kingdom could be indefin-
itely extended. But enough has been said
to remind the Barbados House of Assem-
bly that their responsibilities are towards.
the people who have by the exercise of
adult suffrage returned them to represent
their interests and not to blame either the
United Kingdom or anybody else every
time a necessary expenditure of money has

for defense purposes appeared,
so he went into the business of
producing it, although both steel
and aluminum must be madé on
a big scale to be economic, and

minded him that Rome was not
built in a day, he replied, “Yes, I
know, but I did not have that
job.” I cannot help feeling that
in this matter of our shortage of
electricity we might borrow a
leaf from Mr, Kaiser’s book, The
articles in the Advocate of Jan-
uary 11th were interesting but I





More Sweat And Tears

In. the middle of Kipling’s “If”
poem there’s a quatrain;

“If you can bear to hear the truth

“you've spoken

that has not come to light as yet.
It is possible that a serious diffi-
culty is what may be described as
a somewhat old-fashioned atti-
tude of mind,

tities, because it is like bread in
that a family can only consume
so much of it. This seems a per-
fect example of a false analogy.
Here in Barbados there are small
users consuming about eight or
ten units a month, and others
using one hundred times asemuch
electricity but about an equal





By

and

BURRIS JENKINS (Jnr.)

governmental machine, the

great Socialist experiment did. Six

shortage indefinitely.

It is encouraging to see the
Chamber of Commerce taking the
matter up actively, and it is to be
hoped that their efforts to solve

way". The great need now is to
decide what' should be done in
the circumstances, and take what
action is necessary to at least
start to carry out the decision,
while remembering that the best
way to keep electricity from be-
coming too expensive is to sell as
much of it as possible.



tain privileged people feasted on
caviare and champagne.

Such sympathy for the social

housing concern, for 39 million dollars in
‘oans; of denying that he ever received “one

s

‘ingle cent” in commissions or fees; and of

saying that he got nothing out of putting

dictment, he actively participated in the Lus-
tron deal (by which after leaving the RFC,
he was employed at £3,750), was paid by

i Washington law firm for his services on

another application and drew £500 a month
as contact man for a New York exporter,

‘PAID IT BACK’
Young agreed that Rosenbaum put up the

money for that mink coat. But he says he

yaid it back.
These are the first formal indictments to

; e ial-| “cme out of a sweeping grand jury investiga-

to be made. “Tugied uy, kasves to make 4 ‘> years of the Labour Party's Joy ists Any normal human has it. |tion otdered by Attorney Gonue Howard
WAL “Or watch the things you gave your Tide to Utopia have ended on the 7 M : .

It was unfortunate that Mr. F. L. - anal tos broken, rocks with four flat tires, But EQUALIZING INEQUAL-| McGrath after a list of mink coats for the

COTT was out of the island on Tuesday
and that the resolution had to be introduc-

: a phetically written for old just- ever that they had anything to do way to govern a free people any f DUE THIS

ed by Dr. Cummins who was unfamiliar | jawed hoary - headed Winston with the crash even when they more than a football game, It was a sub-committee headed by Senator * he PREPARE

with the circumstances of the case, But the | Churchill to-day as he stoops once were at the wheel. The same num- — Overwhelmed ‘with pity for the} William Fulbright of Arkansas who brought WEEK :
more to pick up the broken pieces ber of antagonistic kibitzers will josers, the Socialists would shackle 16 THAT ARE

people of Barbados no longer expect to | of the British Empire. be peering, over the old mans the winners so that the score al-| the furs out of the mothballs and overnight Z d iy

tnt : ‘ +. shoulder, jeering as he goes to ie : : Rieas Pee

hear useless Receinination against the Uni It’s no job for an amateur. In work. They hope he fails. e Diggs eer. mened them inte Washington's hottest con- EAS) TO

ted Kingdom. If, as Mr. Gomes admits, | fact it may be hopeless even for — Such an attitude is characteristic versation piece and an almost dead sure issue yr

there is not the same social discipline in the | such a master mechanic as Winnie of the Socialist manner of reason- Anyhow, no matter what be-| at the nati : x Tongue

Ww di inG t Britai a t f the fixer. Only a man of his in- ing. It is generally flavoured with comes of the Empire, the Social- ational elections of 1952. Brisket Beef

est Indies as in Great Britain, the task o domitable pride and sense of duty envy: j ists will never equalize old Winnie NEW LIFE
politicians and statesmen in the area is to would wees bestir aKa va “If I can’t have it, nobody should because in all of England he has The inquiry had been in progress many Lee Ham
pa ; Landa: bones in such an, undertaking, Or have it!” no equal. With all his age, Win-|,,. :
lay foundations oe which that social discip could summon the courage to mut- The gist of Socialist campaign 6ton Churchill is still the living weeks before Mrs. Young—after being Salami
line can be built, not to raise petulant | ter, “Yes, the outlook is grim but

voices to “schoolmistress Britannia’ nor
to blame the United Kingdom for their

‘em up with
“worn-out tools "

The lines must have been pro-

I've seen worse.”
What two wars in 30 years didn’t
do to wreck the British economic

And yet the supporters of Attlee
and Bevan are as unconvinced as

oratory—especially from Bevan—
stressed the “hard times” that
could be recalled even when the
Empire flourished and when cer-

ITIES OF TALENT OR WEALTH

by government decree is not the

refutation to a spurious theory—
not that all men are CREATED
EQUAL — but that they can be
forced to FINISH UP EQUAL,

wives of fortunately placed people was re-

vealed last spring.

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OUR READERS SAY

Fish Selling At Brown’s

Exchanging Stamps

depart for the new life as a Florida motel- |
To The Editor, The Editor—



This month of 1952 I have been



SIRI am a Chemist with|in F.D.R.’s chair. :
. . cae ce / able to buy flying fish once but ee ae : ! . Asparagus

combination of individuals or nations. The Beach at “black market” prices, Bill oe ae Gongramest ealics Down in Florida on the 2,000-mile highway Ore er acne ieidandiiie

West Indian, like the Englishman to whom To. The Editor, The Editor— a ore re ee _ Be Me myelitis, I have a partial paraly~ where all the traffic flows south at this time ||] “chor

William Barkley referred in the above jan ae sa — * er no cuttimg of fish allowed! As Senet eee ee ae. a of the year, Mrs. Young is content to concen- | SUPPER SNACKS
quoted passage has nothing to fear except | of ‘fishermen selling fish at /0n# a8 a tin of salmon is avail- stam, collecting inpressing?y im- trate on booking her overnight guests and si Se
himself. Brown's Beach, Bay Street. These he Poll te . of VOrtant to me. I would like any-| putting up the No. Vacancy sign. She would CHEESE LIKE GUINNESS

That this lesson has not been learnt is said fishermen although having The Police are a fine body of

clearly illustrated by the debate on a reso-
lution for $1,385 in the House of Assembly
on Tuesday and by the account that was
reported in Wednesday's Advocate of some
of the points to be raised in Mr. Gomes’ pre-
pared statement for the Commonwealth
Finance Ministers, now meeting in London.

fish to sell refuse to sell to any
white person. My experience has
been similar. I expect so much
racial hatred has been blown by
orators who were canvassing for
election that this is the aftermath.

I might mention that in 1951 I
could get no flying fish as I would
not pay “black market” prices

men and very helpful but may I
suggest that a policeman be sent
on the beach at Brown’s Beach
and on similar beaches to see that
fish is being sold not only to
coloured people but also to white
ones willing to buy.

FISH WISHER.

16.1.52.

one who is interested in exchang-
ing stamps of the West Indies
for those of Canada and the
United States to contact me by
letter.
L. G. CHATTEN,
1338 Laperriere Avenue,
Ottawa 3, Ontario,
Canada.
llth January, 1952.



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better place. In Florida nobody owns furs, It
was 80 degrees yesterday in Miami.

her royal pastel

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THURSDAY, JANUARY 17, 1952

New Club To Be Opened
Gn St. James’ Coast

ANOTHER CLUB is going up along the St. James’
coast. This is the Coral Reef Club. It can accommodate
23 and will be opened on February 1, in time for the tourist
season.

The Coral Reef Club stands on nine acres of land which
contains nearly eyery type of local tree. The modern coral
building is situated only a few yards away from the sea,

" * ————- The dining room and ballroom
are open to the sea, The bar has

the shape of two half circles. The
Club’s colour is lime green

illegal Deals In

“obacco Cost Itely ily ponds and beautiful patios.
hy bed h i

$40,000,000 Yearly tatirooms and tub baths with hot

"and cold water. Each bedroom
(By ELEZIO BIANCHI) | also has.its own telephone.

Mr. Carter told the Advocate:
MILAN, Italy Jan, 16, “Tais building has coral put to





INegal deals in tobacco and unusual uses. Th

. 4 . e baths and re-
especially cigarette trading are centi i i

cosine Whe fealin Bcoe anh ception desk are built in coral.

es We are trying to set a very high
per year standard of luxury in the island
and I feel this Club compares
favourably with any luxury hotel
in the Caribbean.”

an estimated $40,000,000
in lost revenue,
Ttaly’s Tobacco Road is the 40
en cn sae heey stretch
etween ilan’s Lake S ;
Como and thence to the Italian He said that provision has been
Swiss frontier post of Chiasso. made for residents and others who
Nothing the Italian frontier C2Me to the Club for the purpose
police and customs officials have 9f having a sea bath, tea . or
tried, has been able to stem the drinks.
flow of hundreds of thousands of ns i “
Swiss or American cigarettes that _ SEX MONTHS ago an Antique
inupdate the Italian Peninsula at Shop’ was opened along the St.
}rices ‘ower than those charged James coast. It is run by Mr. and
by the Italian State tobacco Mrs. Geoffrey Carter,
monopoly Tourists will find a good assort-
Every now and then a big smug- ment of articles in this shop.
ger is caught with a truck-load stock is a variety of hand blocked
of clandestine cigarettes. When cottons and silks, mostly beach
the haul is great, the sensitive wear.
black markets on the public There is also a large quantity
squares of Milan respond with a of Jersey pottery and local turtle
slight rise in prices. shell articles such as cigarette
_ Recently, for example, the po- cases. Also on sale is a large
lice announced the confiscation yariety of costume jewellery and
of 210,000 Swiss cigarettes on table mats
Tobacco Road, and blackmarket *
prices in Milan went up five lire
(slightly less than one US. cent).
—UP.

In



.

THIS YEAR the Colony Club
has. considerably extended its
living room and outside patios.
The Club also has a new kitchen,
storerooms, “summer houses” and
a cupboard barbecue grill.



Colonies Can

The beach terrace has been
aN » considerably extended and “the
Lay I oundation beaches are swept daily.” New

cloak rooms have been built and
the bedroom accommodation has
nearly doubled. Formerly _ the

For Stable Pound

By HAROLD GUARD capacity was 14, now it accommo-
LONDON, Jan. 16. dates 26.
Commonwealth Ministers met The management has_ utilised

for their third session in conter-
ence on Wednesday.

the grounds to build more ‘“‘sum-
. mer houses,” Those who wish to
The colonies as a whole have be secluded can sit in comfort on
sufficient kick in them yet to bring the patios thus avoiding the
about enormous recovery and lay activity in the main Club.
the fresh foundation for a stable The “summer houses” serve 4
pound sterling. dual purpose in so far as they
Conference sources said the provide bedroom accommodation
British endeavour now was to try Curing the winter and are con-
to formulate a sterling area policy vertible to fully equipped and
which would stop the apparent Staffed houses for family occupa-
desire of some Commonwealth on during the summer, This will
members to escape its restrictions, #PPe#! very much to residents of
All members are being asked to 50uth America,
attack their current balance pay- The grounds, which are one of
ments by methods of dis-inflation the main features of the Club,
in domestic economies as well as have been developed with a view
the brutal reduction of their im- %2 the complete enjoyment of the
Se Sol ark Sania pra ste eon
These suggestions apparently in- : See ae
volve questions of trade liberaliza- We toe dccatee” wee pope <3
tion and tariffs which conference

. the cocoanut groves.
sources said would have to be re- ~ Gora] stone has been used ex-
ferred to at next month’s meeting tensively in the building. It gives

in Geneva of members of the the ideal background to such :
yeneral Agreement on Trade and selina oe eer:
T-riffs (G.A,T.T.), Mr. C. Austin Potter, one of the
From this aspect of the Com- pjrectors of the Club, told the
monwealih conference there ap- Advogate: “The principles which
peared to be growing opposition ynderlie the new developments

to the programme of tariff re- which have been made are those
duction and free trade and more of developing to the full the
support for the revival of the Brit- natural

; / 7 a advantages of Barbados
ish conception of imperial prefer- so that visitors who come here may





Three Factcries
Start Grinding —
Operations

Three. sugar factories, Four-
square, Spring Hall and Searles,
have already started grinding
operations Several other fac-
tories are hoping to start towards
the end of the month.

Haymans, Warrens, and Fair-
field will start on the 28th, while
Newton will have a trial run
next week with a view to start-
ing the following week. Many
of the plantations are expecting
as large a crop as last year when!
the island's record crop was
185,00 tons.

Latest revised estimate given
by the Department of Agriculture
on this year's crop is 170,000 tons
as against their criginal calcula-
tions of 165,000 tons. An official
of the Depar‘ment thinks that the
crop will last until June, weather
permitting, o* even until July.
dependent on the commencement
of operations at some of the fac-

BARBADOS



ADVOCATE

$10,000 Granted For

Loans To Fishermen © “/estigator”

THE Legislative Counc

il on, Tuesday approved of a

Resolution for $10,000 for the purpose of making loans to a
limited number of fishing boat owners to build powered

boats.

This prcevision has been made in
view of the urgent need for fn-
creasing the supply of fresh fish,
and in this respect the Hon. Colo-
nial Secretary said it was obvious
that if there were a few boats with
engines, they would be able to get
to the fishing grounds earlier and
have more time for actual fishing,
which might result in a consider-
able increase in the island’s supply
of fish.

The Colonial Secretiry explain-
ed that before December 2 and 3,
the Executive Committee had un-
der consideration applications
Which had been made by the Fish-

tories eries Advisory Committee for
In ‘he high rainfall creas like loans to construct and equip a
S*. John and the surrounding /@rger type of fishing boat that is

parishes, operations will
bably start early next month

pro-



at present used for catching flying
fish.
The Director of Agriculture who

‘is chairmin of the Committee

pointed out that the Advisory

TURKEY LAYS Tw Committee was of the view that
EGGS IN A DAY other types of boats should be
A turkey. the property of fried so as to increase the offi-

Mrs. Hazel Hinds cf the Bay
Land, Beckles Road, laic
two eggs on Monday. Mrs.
Hinds has been keeping hens,
ducks and turkeys for a num-
ber of years. The turkey
laid the eggs on Monday at
6.30 a.m. and 4 p.m.



‘training School
Site Inspected

Cclonel J. R. A. Branch, Com-
missioner of Police, Leeward
Islands, is at present in the island
on a private visit, and at the
same time he is taking the op-
portunity to inspect the proposed
site at Six Roads for the Com-
bined Police Training School for
the Leeward and Windward Is-
lands and Barbados.

Colonel Branch arrived here
last Monday by British West In-
dian Airways, and is expected to
return home next Monday.

Yesterday he called on Colonel
Michelin, local Police Commis-
sioner, who showed him arounr
the compound of the Police Head-
quar'ers at Central Station.

The Leeward Islands’ Police
Chief is very keen on the estab-

lishment of a Combined Police
Training School, and expresses
tive hope that it will soon ma-

terialise.



School Year
Changed

When the new school term be-
gan last Tuesday, few schools
admitted new pupils. Since the
change from the old School Cer-
tifiecate and Higher School Cer-
tificate to the new General Cer-
tifleate of Education, schools
whose first term began in January,
like Combermere, changed the
school year so that it would begin
in September.

Only at Harrison College was
there a new pupil. He was a trans-
ter from Parry School.

The ioll at Harrison College is

ciency of the industry, but they
felt that this larger type of boat
fell outside the scope of the revolv+
ing Fund. The amount of the fund
was $50,000 and the amount of
outstanding loans was in the vicin-
ity of $25,500. No borrower was
loaned more than $480, an amount
which was not enough to help the
fisherman to build this larger type
of boat and equip it with an en-
gine.

The Director of Agriculture had
some interesting information on
the progress made in the fishing
industry in Bombay. From that in-
formation it seemed that the
mechanization of the fishing fleet
started in 1934 when a small boat
was put into use. To-day ther.
were 54 powered boats in opewation
in Bombay, and the results were
quite astonishing.

In 1933 or 34 when the fleet wa
mechanised, the annual catch was
about 55,000 pounds. In 1948 and
1949, there were 50 launches and
the catch had increased from
55,000 pounds to 6,320,000 pounds.

It was therefore obvious that if
they got a few boats with engines
which would enable them to get
on the fishing grounds’ earlier,
they would have more time for
actual fishing, and the amount of
fish brought into this island might
increase considerably.

Of course there were snags. in
any form of improvement, and it
had been pointed out that it might
be wrong to encourage boats with
diesel engines to the detriment of
smaller fishermen, but it was felt
that the over-riding factor must
be the great need of this island for
more chéap food and accordingly
the Executive Committee was con-
sidering the provision of funds to
enable loans to be made for fitting
boats with enginés.

Naturally the calamity of Dec-
ember 2 and 3 expedited consid-
eration of this matter, and he
therefore had much pleasure in
moving the concurrence of the
Resolution that the sum of $10,000
should be provided in order to
enable loans to be made to a few

now 555 and at Queen’s College fishing boat owners, that was to
375, say, people who were interested
At St. Michael’s Girls’ scnool, in’ fishing, and did the fishing

themselves, to build boats with en-

ro acting mistresses hs been
ence.—U.P. see the just example of fine hos- Mided to the Mall, There are Miss gines.

pitality in the perfect Barbadian pveiyn Brancker and Miss Enid Hon. F. C, Hutson queried

N Wen . * Parris, whether consideration had been

i t ; At the Modern High School given to the question of mainten-

ext ‘Pwo Years ST. JAMES ALMSHOUSE too there are approximately 800 ance, and as to what type of en-

Will Be “Hard” will soon have a centurion. This pupils. gine would be used. He however

year Anne Drakes will be 100
years old. She is confined to bed
but still has her senses,

This Almshouse has 33 patients,
ten males, 21 females and two
boys. It can hold 60 people, but
the most it has ever had was 54.

The matron is Miss V. Mottley
and her staff consists of six nurses
including three midwives and two
on probation. Miss Mottley has
been with the institution for the

@ From Page 1

year 1953 compared
$71,000,000,000 this year.
Price Controls

Truman also handed Congress
a 12-point Legislative Programme
calling for tighter price and credit
controls, more foreign aid, im-
proved social security and unem-
ployment benefits, continued rent

with

i ast 16 years and served nine
controls, better farm price sup- P®S : :
ports and the revision of the wat before being appointed
Taft-Hartley Law. Th a nk Aten ahtae. cure

He said, “It i: even more true De ais eas :
of 1952 than of 1951 that we cannot War shows, at this Infirmary.
3 Myring the Christmas Season the

have business as usual, consumer
enjcyment es vucusl, or Govern-
ment Programmes and services as

Infirmary ws visited hv the Wer-
levan Church Choir, the St. Tames

usual.” Church Cheir and the Holetown
“The Economic Message is the Church Choir These Choire’ sang
seccnd of three eewcle tn the inmetes ond hrought

major mevsages





Treman sends to Congress at the the jov of the Christmas season
beginning of each session, to them.

It was preceded by the State of
the Union Message ard wil’ be
followed cn eat ot, Bs EASTER HAMS
Ltdget — ir ch the President
will spell cu il ferther his TO BE IMPORTED
legislative requests



i etify » t f 1
sional Opposi- A limited au ty “hams +
ti to the requested tox increase bacon is to be imported into the
¢ pecially in electicn year, both island in time for the Easter trade.
the President and his Council ef This week, the Controller of S1p-
I
l

Aware of Ccngre

Bc ¥ s i al i s that
nomic Advisers sa’d that (io plies notified loeal importers +
ited States can stand an-tac. consideration will be given to the

rise op tem of the dollar in- issuance of licences covering the

12 a
creases voted since the Korean imrortetion ef these commodities
war. These items will be imported

Truman said, “The productive from Sterling and Soft Currency
capacity of the U.S. leaves no room Sources, and importers who are
or faint-heartedness or defeatism applying for licenca; must do so
‘bout our ability to carry what- pefore Friday, February 1st.
ever necessary burdens the inter-
roetional situation may impose

vpon us.” —U.P,
3 Ships Arri
vo Ips rive Supplies that those who have ap-
plied for allocation of the unused
Three ships yesterday arrived balance of Japanese quota will be
in Carlisle Bay which on Tuesday jnformed of their quota on appli-
pheltered only the H.M.S. Shef- cation to his Office.



Japanese Goods’ Quota

Local merchants were yesterd’y

informed by the Controller of



field, fhe S.S. Planter, yachts and
other small crafts,
The three ships which arrived

were the S.S. Magna, the §.S.
Waiwera and the 5.S. Ocean
Ranger, all of which brought

cargo for Barbados,

The Planter, loading sugar and
rum and bound for the U.K,,
added to the activity in the har-
bour, Most of the lighters which
were laid up in the Inner Basin
of the Careenage were brought
into service to tend the ships.

The waterfront was busy
cay
ward
and

and
with

Commodities ordered on licences
issued from the above ayots must
be shipped from Japan before the
31st of March this year.



CLOTHES STOLEN

Rupert Clarke of Goodland, St.



Renianded With Bail

His Worship Mr. E. A. McLeod
Police Magistrate of District “A”,
yesterday remanded with baii
Adolphus Jones of Kendal Hill,
Donald Hinkson of Fitz Village,
St. James, Leslie Jemmott of
Hanschell Land, St. Michael, Cari-
ton Adams of Water Hall Land,
wt. Michael. Lambert Batson of
sargeants Village, Christ Church
and Eamund Archer of Kellman

assured the Council that he would
not oppose the Resolution,

Hon. G. B. Evelyn enquired
about the cost of the engine, and»
said that the idea was somewhat?
different from those with which
the fishermen started. He added
that this would make it impos-
sible for a man of the standing of
the fisherman to acquire a_ boat
which would carry an engine and
purchase the engine.

He observed that the cost of an
engine would be in the region of
$4,500 or $5,500, and said that he

Road, St. Michael until January had been informed that it was bet-
21 when the six of them appeared ter to have a large number of
before him charged by the Police poats than a few boats, since it

with the larceny of four bags of
sugar.

The Police are
the sugar is the
Harold Proverbs

charging that
property of
& Co., Ltd.,

Counsel in the case are Mr. E
K. Walcott for Hinkson, Mr.
J. E. T. Brancker for Archer, Mr.
©. Barrow for Adolphus Jones,
o jams and Lambert Bat-
r. L. Williams fer Leslie

arlton
yn and
Jemmoott,

Inspector Bourne attached tq
the C.I.D. is prosecuting for the
Police :



20/- For Accosting
Passers-by

Godfrey Brathwaite, a labourer
of Eagle Hall, \St. Michael, was
ordered to pay a fine of 20/- in 2!
days or undergo one month's im-
prisonment with hard labour by
His Worship Mr. C. L. Walwyn
who found him guilty of accosting
passers-by on Hinks Street, City

The offence was committed on
January 16.



Conmiunists Defy

Geneva Corvertion

i
PANMUNJOM, Jan, 16

General Ria@gway’s headquarters

accused the Communists of defy-

ing the Geneva Prisaner-of-War'l

‘Conventions in locating their war

prisoner camps near prime mili-





Michael, reported to the Police tary targets. |

that clothing which he left in his
yard on the night of January 15
was stolen. He valued the clothing

A special announcement said}
that the United Nations planes
were in the general vicinity of

al) at £2 14/8. Arthur Hollingsworth Kangdong on Monday night but
with the lighters plying back- Of Jones Land, St. Michael, also that it was impossible to deter-

forward with cargo, Teported the loss of clothing which mine whether they bombed war
schooners discharging he valued at £8 from his place prisoner camps as the Communists

their cargo of West Indian pro- sometime between January 14 and said that they had done.

duce.

January 15.

—U.P |

was more likely for many boats to
make a bigger catch, due to a
larger coverage on the banks.
Hon. Mr. Evelyn thought it
would not be possible to beach thr

boats with engines for repairs
and said that such boats would
have to be docked for repairs,

which would take some time. He
was not cpposed to the passing of
the Resolution, and was only
pointing out those maiters,

Replying the Hon'ble the Colo-
nial Secretary said that as regards
servicing and maintenance, in so
far as the Executive Committee
was concerned, it was decided to
seek funds which would be suffi-
cient to cover three applications
in the first instance, and therefore
the number of powered boats
would be very small.

The Fisheries
had

conditions

Advisory Com-
drawn up rules and
which would have to
itishec before the loans coulda
he made

The Hon'ble Colonial Secretary
gave figures of the cost of the type
ef engine which it was proposed
to use, and said he would dr w
the questions raised to the atten-
tion of the Qxecutive Committee,
The Resolution was concurred in

The Legislative Council also
concurred in a Resolution for $500
to cover the expense of bringing
an Adviser on Technical and voca-
tional education to Barbados for
a week.

The officer who will edvise the
Committee appointed to prepare
a modified scheme for Vocational

mittee

and Technical Training is the
Principal of the new Technical
Institute in British Guiana who
was in Barbados last November
attending the Education Confer-
ence.

Foedstuff Cenies
From New Zealaizd

Five hundred bexes of table
butter in packages arrived here
from New Zealand yesterday by
the 11,286-ton passenger-freighter
Waiwera. The butter was con-
signed to Messrs. J. N. Goddard
& Sons,

The first lighter load of the but-
ter reached the waterfront at
3} pm. and ayvan was already
waiting to carry the boxes to their
onsignee. Table butter is very
carce in Barbados, a clerk told
the Advocate, and the shipment
will do little to relieve the scarcity,

Also arriving by the Waiwera
were supplies of preserved meats,
rates and cases of checre, o%
1000 cases of corned beef,
fondues, corned mutton,
fulleream condensed milk
soap.

+)
ox
lamb,

and

The Waiwera, looking more like
® passenger ship than a cargo ship,
was built by Harland and Welff
Lid, at. Belfast in 1944 for the
Shaw, Savill and Albion Co., Ltd.
Her local agents are Messrs Da-
Costa & Co., Ltd,

Under Coptain L, T.
she carries a crew of 78.

Hopkins,

* * *

The Nourse
arrived here
yesterday

liner “Meena”
from Cape Town
with a cargo including
koelmon and other canned fish,
peanut butter, wine. vermouth,
lemon squash, lime juice cordials
and leather shoes. The “Megna’s

agents are Messrs. Da Costa & Co.,

Ltd

The chartered Alcoa steamship
“Ocean Ranger” came in from New
Yerk bringing 1,000 bags of soft
wheat flour, 70 bags of cornmeal.
734 boxes of codfish. foodstuff
and general cargo. The “Ocean
tanger’ called to Messrs Robert
Thom Ltd. Both ships have be-
gum to discharge shortly after
their arrival

Also arriving here vesterd:
were the motor vessel “Caribber”
irom Dominica and the schooner
“At Last’ from British Guiana,
The aribbee” brought fruit
chiefly grapefruit and limes
anc the “At Last’ brought 100
tons of firewood and 400 bags ol





heavy charcoal, The Schooner
Pool are the vessels agents

The ‘“‘Caribbee” is expected to
be leaving Barbados again on
Friday for St Kitts via Domi-
nica, Antigua, Montserrat and
Nevis.



valued et £14 9/- and the offence
was committed on November 1. Se ee

“se





House Pass $1,385

Yo Replace Parts...

@ From Page 1. |
equip their boats were at times
given facilities and scope for im-
porting them from the dollar area}
where the material was of a
better quality

Mr. A. E. 8S. Lewis
that he would take it that the
persons responsible for building
the boat could have got some in-
formation from the Government



(L) said

Surveyor of Shipping as to the
ype of engine, propeller, tail
shaft ete, that would suit the
water around here

It seemed that the Government
Shipping Surveyor had come in
to survey his own recommenda- |

tions to find that they were not
rig4t or that the persons respon-
ible for building the boat were
eapable of neglect by ordering
inferior stuff,

He said that the Govermmen:
Surveyor of Shipping should be a
man who knew samething about
shipping and waters around here
He wondered if he was not asked
at all jin the first instance,

He had heard it said in con-
nection with the Investigator
that the people who had built it
had set themselves up as marine
engineers playing with a sum of
$30,000 from the Treasury The
boat was built by the Government |
to look after the fishing indusvry
and when @e heard such rumours
one did no* know what to do.

The Government should le
this Surveyor of Shipping 4

advice to those people to whon
they were now lending money t
put engines in their boats,
one who attempted
with those things
themselves engineers
the Treasury,

Any-
to interfer:
and called

could dry

They had no technicians in the
House and were therefore not in
a position of turning down such

matters He believed this was
something that needed a lot moré
explapation and they should give
more consideration to the taxpay-
ers if they were willing to spend
their money carefully.

Dr. H, G. Cummins (L)
the House that he shad just re-
eived further information from
the Secretariat that the material
was bought with the Crown
Agents and was supposed to be
the best at the time, but there
was no guarantee. The new
machinery was, however, con-
sidered to be better and would be
resistant to sea water,

Mr. E. K. Walcott
objection to the fact
Government allowed
be imported through
Agents without a guarantee

tol

(E)
that

took
the
material t
the Crown
He
said that the inere fact that thers
was no guarantee on the metal
was sufficient proof that it war
not good,

Great Britain was out to sell
and was out to put more metal on

them which meant more trade for

‘monstrous” and added that such
1 thing
before,
He said that
machinery

had never been done
if
from

they
any

man who could
guarantee could
machinery,

The

passed,

never give

never give good

resolution was eventually



Labourers Renew

Registrations

Workeis have been jegular)
renewing their registrations at tiv
Employment Agency, and

iecent
«© eased slightly.

The Acting Labour Commission-
cr, Mr, Jack, told the Advocate
) esterday that except for renew-
ils and a few first-time registra-
ions, there has been a quiet ai
within the Department,

They have not yet received no-
tification from the Chief Liaison
Uificer in America as to this
ear’s possibilities for emigra-
tion of West Indian Workers to
the United States.

Cane Fire Checked

Two and a half acres of second
crop ripe canes were burnt when
a nre of unknown origin broke
out at Checker Hall, St, Lucy at
about 5.25 p.m. on Monday. The
canes are the property of Pleasant
Hall Plantation and were insured

This fire also burnt 200 sholes
of first crop ripe canes, proper-
ty of G. G, Hill. These were also
insured. The fire was put out at
ibout 6.25 p.m,







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Britain. He was surprised to see
that the Government was sittings
down and not trying to get a],
vuarantee, He termed it ag
bought
country,
there should be a guarantee, Any

withi:
weeks, the tempo has in-}(

PAGE FIVE

KING FARGUK
GETS A SON





CAIRO, Jan. 16 his first wife whom he divorced
Queen Narriman presented King on Nov. 17th, 1948.
wk with a son born at 9.30 The Crown Prince has replaced
The child will be named Prince Mohammed Aly, the 76-
ned Fuad. Mother and child year-old cousin of Farouk as heir-
doing wel presumptive to the throne. Under
The Queen, the former Narri- Egyptian law, the Crown must
n Sadek and Farouk were pass to the male member of the
rried on May 6th, 1951 She Royal Family.
17 years at the time Farouk, announced his engage-
Sy or,” sunce. ment to the then 17-year-old
making the o fc.al unnounce- Narriman Sadek, daughter of an
joant of th uv ihe Govern-~ c
a : 9 ara Egyptian civil servant, last Feb.
nt's Cai tidio = said, “God
‘ : 10th
nigh'y hi fiven the'r Majes-

(3, the King and Queen, a boy, Her fasher was the late Hussein
choreby giving Egypt Crown Fahmy Sadek Bey, Sec. Gen. in
bir nee , the Ministry of Communications.

Che King named him Ahmed There were unconfirmed reports

Yead after his grandfdther from Cairo that Farouk first met

The country’s welcome the Narriman in a Cairo jewellery
ew-born, during its struggle, in shop when she went with her
1» belief that his birth will be then fiance, Zaki Hasseim. a

tood omen just as his father’s young Egyptian diplomat to buy

Was an engagement ring
Holiday It is believed that the engage-
The Egyptian Government im- ment was broken soon after-
» diately proclaimed the day on wards, Hasseim subsequently’ was
ficial holiday as a sign of na- appointed to the Egyptian Coun-
Cral rejoicing cil of State and married the
The 32-year-old Farouk had daughter of an Egyptian banker
yee daughters but no sons, by last April.—vU.P,

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BARBADOS ADVOCATE

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‘ i. :
wd Keith Mac Milan, Helen Mac Millan, { N S) PS
( ; | A S S I F IE D A D S PUBLIC SALES Seawell Margaret Ma | Millan, Patricia Ma GOVERNMENT NOTICES NEW § HIPs
Millen, ! Charle all, Ralph Guy 2 ,
. ARRIVALS — BY BWIA Olive ‘Aci Arthur Moore, Margaret | HA DLE THEIR
TELEPHONE 2508. REAL ESTATE ly saint TUESDAY Moore, Cynthial Harrison, Miriam =| f
VAL oie vom DAD Maurice McGregor, James Wickman - m .
—_—— $$$ E. Preece, P. O'Connor, P, O'Connor. CHAS AFFIC RULES 7
. * R. Lyder, J. Ferre M. Campbell, P. a P+ 4 Mary Chase, Stella} POLICE TR OWN CARGOES
Eng - _ FOR SALE to my SALE OR RENT os peli : > 4 a aeiel ? pemee me ven 5 ae. Barbados-Jamaica Cricket Matches at Kensington Oval on the a : lel
- z LE—Sargeants Villag hrist | Jobnso acl eNeil oycelr tching ,arles Hutchin x y : 4 c Ss s needing only a fev 1en
narge ie 3 ; - of word He elles tran Teaee’ Gul | Fisher, P. De Vertevilie, M. MeDeari, H. Joseph M..ihews, John Bovell |17th, 18th, 19th, Zist, 22nd, 24th, 25th, 26th, 28th and 29th days of}, Snibs MACe ie Gr cargoes are’
up to 50 and 6 cents pe act re aiaennhe . *soing | Boyack, J, Berry, A. Marshall Rod i § argoes
ceithouel taced. Perce chats non re 7 water, Eleciricity, land for gardening ee & Bode shies i earns P January, 1952. being designed for Britain's mer-
Apply: A. L. Mayers, Advocate Ady
bet-veen 8.30 and 4 p.m., 3113 for Death | eee LO tbs tebe | Geode: 2. ery, A Harbour Log chant navy.
Natives only after 4 p.in \ = ciicimmned bend tie a | Bovetl, A. Unterreiner, N RULES made by the Governor-in-Executive Committee under
CAR—V hall 18 C od K. Johnsor S. Johnsor v ARLISLE BAY y i i ped with
auxhs ar < \ > . > a ison, S. Jc n - a” wae 5 rit

The Charge for announcements of) .ondition—Phone 0149 oF erty vitinge. i Sateos, Phone: "nee ee aT Penner. B. Freckleton, < Sch Dota, Sch Mary E Caroline, section 27/2) of the Police Act. 1908, for the regulation of weet ee Se ‘nd
ledgements, end. In Memoriam notices," i ee pedi 17.1.62—in i et be he ie os me le, B. F ee ing > os ee i traffic between the hours of 10 a.m. and 6.30 p.m, on the: days inp in bulk— a revolution-

a 5 } ory otices “is at i sedi pitti Nel set aeta see Rust, Xe Montbrun, tovle, B arfar c del Caribe, = ue ; »3 g A 7 ~
$1.50 on week-days and $1.89 on Sundays! “CAR” One Morris Oxford, 1,600 miles PREMISES & BUSINESS C. Farfan, G. De Nobriga, A. Fullerton Smithe Ben Zita Wonita, Sch Adalina, on which Cricket Matches against Jamaica will be played at ary innovation.
oe — bane Me As new Dial 3900 i6.1.52—2n] Louis Ethelbert. Smith of St. Michael |J- Hersvoort, E. Hersvoort, J. Hersvoort. sch Cyril E. Smith, H MS Sheffield, | Kensington Oval. > 7 atl Na
Cie soe ee eas nein en | Row Bridgetown, offers his entire Prom-| 8. Clarke, V. Daniel D. Huggins, P yacht der, M.V. Moneka 1 In th Rule: Use of more of these ships may
somaeiors 7 aa on Sundays tor each! “CAR: One Prefect Ford in excellent] ises and Business, Funeral and Liquor | Bis*ineer, P. Bissineer ARRIVALS $ n ese ules 3 F result in a relief. to the country’s
ey et condition, five good tyres. Ring Ss. | shia is Bh Diehem Row Bridestow: a ha $8. 0 By F ae tan are “vehicle” includes carriag2s, wagons, carts, motor vehicles,|) 43) 314 road transport systems

5.1. 52—4n n Prone " . re » “PA RES — ya Capt as New . =e ™ . ”
naa eettt taste awd aay parade, ene ON TURSDAY MV Ceribbee, 100 tons net, Capt. bicycles, tricycles, vans, handcarts, trucks, barrows, and all|}y taking more goods on short
DIED “AR o B . New Aso 106 ney ca n and hae an arbitration RINIDAL ‘ Se, trem Dominied *
S CAF ne trand Nev -40 5) isiness c TRIN > jumbe, fr mu i 6 s.
1. Apply to M. C. James, Bata NE ee ee seater, Pugh. Miller, David Wickham, Lesile MV Megna, 4,391 tons net, Capt other machines for the portage of goods or persons. coastal runs
Stree 15.1.52—40 St. Michael Row Burr, Eileen Burr, Jean B fon, Drummond, iyom Trinidad. il 2. All vehicles proceeding in the direction of Kensington Oval Cement and Coal
— RT Bridget G itley Adams Kathleen Nobbroga Sehooner At Last, tons net, Capt ’ whew
CAR—One J-1) in exeelient saget oe | Vuninia Bynoe, Dr. Antonio Marquez. Ollivierre, trom British Guiana between the hours of 10 a.m. and 5 p.m. shall approach by way of
dithe é ysl N sie Guinea _emcqnsueemnemeemene | Eli Maseoll, Inez Matthes, Ann Marie MLV. We and tons net, Capt.) Lakes Folly and Fontabelle Road only and shall proceed in single They are being specially de-
e « lantation, St. John 52—7r “PROSPEC’ ion the j Ca bell, Helen Campbell, Hopkins, from Trinidad , ; ye ie . v
Da Minnie - Rob Bey | 5 SinGnE Tk Sita sata on SE aaa eg — .|line down Fontabelle Road. !cigned for carrying cargoes such
Wilhar 17.1.52—1n oe es See ot B22) | Roods, 30 Perches of land. The house 3. Between the hours of 10 a.m. and 5 p.m. no vehicle shall,as cement, oon, sm ore. BS
—_—_—-— — palntment to inspec 2 ‘I contains drawing and dining rooms : : : | K ; ‘ It is hoped that more voyages
7 yay ae? ire ted 13.1.52—4n y ; 7 ne proceéd on Fontabelle Road in the direction of Lakes Folly, except n ee ‘ Se
ANNOUNCEMENTS *| Sees, seen on tiene POST OFFICE NOTICE proceéd on Fontabelle Road in ¢ jit beac Sn, ule
—— LE ie Y aadiien ‘wane . ‘ ‘ . Z ¥ : ‘ ;turn-round at ports, a a gen-
GLADIOLI & DAHLIA ELECTRICAL Traction tdi SMondaj io Bridsy” tn Changes in Air Mail Schedule h 4. Between the hours of 10 a.m, and 5 p.m. no vehicle shall enter | era) saving of time and money.
abies ee oan ae ee, for]DEEP FREEZE—One second hand] clusive) between 11 a.m. and 2 p.m Effective 17th January, 1952, Air Mails will be closed at the| Kensington Gap from Westbury Road.
ee aabets Suey 5a | rassTODe Dew, Presto, in weed Weck 9, Tee, bere ee Oe oe Dies ccamny, | Ute! POM Otten 26 bellows a 5. Between the hours of 11 am. and 6.30 p.m. no vehicle shall
moked er phone me, sce ta anes iad 11.1.62—6n ] 1952 at 2 p.m. at our office in Luc a. Destination . ae dississ Day be parked in Fontabelle Road from the junction of Lakes Folly to the
grant Lt 52 Street, Bridgetown : Bermuda -30 p.m. uesday junction of Westbury New Road ORIENTAL
PERSONA 4 | LIVESTOCK nega en . 16.152 in 2°30 p.m. + uae oent 6. After 5 p.m, all vehicles leaving Kensington Oval shall do so
me ae pee aan OUVENIRS
- —— | UPS Three pure bred Alsatian Pup:| “RocKLEY NEW ROAD—Newly built Canada (Direct) 2 30 p.m by ed by way of Fontabelle Road. S

The public are hereby warned again bitches!. Apply Mrs. S. A. Blanchette] -.odern stone bungalow with built-in 2.30 p.m. ursday 7 Between the hours of 5 p.m, and 6.30 p.m. no vehicle shall
giving credit to my wife, Irene Prime unismoy/le"* Barbarees Hill. Phone 4554. | “\oboards. Standing on approx. 19,000 ‘ 3 ia Trinidad) 11.45 am Friday ; +. = * : em t SILKS, CURIOS, ARTS
(nee Harewood) as 1 do not hold myself 17.1.52—8n | co ft, land, Entire house built on large Canada (via Trinida ‘ aE enter Fontabelle Road from the direction of Lakes Folly except motor- VENDEMOS, SEDAS,

Feiponsibie for hear OF anyone ep won cale comprising three bedrooms all to Schedules should be amended where necessary. buses on route No, 25 and all vehicles approaching Kensington Oval JOYERIAS Y ARTISTICAS
tracting any debt or debt mn my nar MECHANICAI the E acious bathroom ete., kitchen 3
uniess by a written order signed by me aC 4 he East. spacious bathroom wondertui {General Post Office, shall do so from the direction of Westbury Road. : OURIOMEDADES, ia
od: fOLIFLEUS P a aan ay eee ‘i - 5 d LA i
nadresk ‘Sonn MGclivmore Rock CHILD'S TRICYCLE—Branker Trotman} view | of | Golf eyes, Gosrearmnaing 15th Sanuary, 1952 Re ennai? 8. Drivers of vehicles shall obey all orders given by any mem- DE LA Paete
~ oh Stree 4 50.4 space v ni . .
NOTE i ee ee tmatieiee achat oie 13.1 52—an. | avant room, bath and toilet, garage 16.1.52.2n Colonial Postma: ber of the Police Force. NI’S
MACHINE— One De Luxe treadle Singer ne ates suitable for large hobby room Made by the Governor-in-Exe:utive Committee this 14th day of T H A

Delhi 4 _ cwing machine in perfect condition used w laundry. ———— ¥

The public ave. hereby warned against| only by owner equipped with motor at For further information phone, ery January, 1952. Pr. Wm. Hry. St. Dial 3466
giving credit=-te m/ wife CYNTHIA] tachment & all other attachments belong- Sundays) 2205, Week-days 6 oi ttn. By Command, oi ’
LAYNE inee Griffith) as 1 do not] ing to same. For particulars Fhent ste . J.C. KING
hold myself rerponsible for her or anyone 16-3. 8—0n] Se Nee a coats ~ vee et ‘ , a
else contractiza any debt or debts in SE eee eeneing | Clerk, Executive Committee. i
my name unless by 4 written order signed uate aioe equare feet of land extending | MONTREAL, AUSTRALIA AND NEW te » ; ICAN
by me MISCELLANEOUS fromthe Public Road to the sea | ZEALAND LINE LTD. ‘ te elt NEW AMERICA

LORENZO LAYNE, idiinteds lanes s a One house contains drawing and dining MANZ LINE deat ae wed ponaneets “ior |
Thomas Gat AGRICULTURAL FORKS: _ Limitec electric- %
a . rooms, 3 bedrooms, kitchen etc, electric a Dominica, Antigua, Montserrat, GLASS
i St. Michael.| quantity going fast Secure your re+| ity and government water installed, Ser-| . v. TEKOA is expected to load at Peninies, | Astin. eas ;
ey. IL NS LNaat Benn’ Coton deeien | ese in SS dos, Bermuda early January and arrive | Q 18th inst PUBLIC WORKS DEPARTMENT, DOMINICA
. Hardware—B'dos, Co-op. Cotton Factors Inspection by appointment with the bln ae eeemeiie Abeut March S0th. The M/V “CACIQUE DEL Z Jugs, Tumblers, Dishes,
CATIONAL oa taemiiee Eel will be sét up: for sale Hnis vessel has ample space for chilied CARIBE” will accept Cargo and APPLICATIONS are invited for the post of Assistant Engineer, | Bowls, and many other
BATH TOWELS—Plain White Indian } 5. Pubic Competition at our Office| herd frozen, and general cargo Passengers for St, Lucia, St. gn a 3-year contract. The salary of the post is between $2,880 and
ake $1.20 ch; Light Col bdo Frid Cargo accepted on through Bills of Vincent, Grenada and Aruba. : ‘ 4 seid ‘ attractive items.

Next Term at fhe Alexandra School, st.| make $1.20 each; Light Colours with} James street, Bridgetown, on Fray), caing with transhipment at Trinidad Sailing Wednesday 16th inst. $3,360 per annum, according to experience, plus Cost of Living Allow- }
Peter, will reopen Monday, 21st January, | Vici Kirpaiant is Sous ate ins RARWOOD & BOYCE for British Guiana, Windward and Lee- ‘The M/V. “DAERWOOD" will ance Of 16 2/3% of salary. Quarters are not provided. A single man J
1958. ea) .oa— Fi J ward Islands, accept Cargo and Passengers for 5 7 b , , ‘saa

2. All communications enquiries, re a a ee ” ee eee Se ite St Lucia, St. Vincent, Grenada ig preferred in view of the difficult housing situlation. (i. utchinson
this school for gir is ma be oe area 7 = CORN—At Rock Plantation, St. Peter », For further particulars apply to— and Aruba, Sailing date to be Duri: the period of the contract tk ‘re vill be major works of
the Headmistréss, Miss Hilda Iellma) 15.1.52—6: AUCTION FURNESS, WITHY & Co., Ltd notified. . Pp ; 7 & CO, LTD.

B.A., B Peed, (Toroate) at che Schoo a ee se & a sia TRINIDAD. B.W.1. SCHOONER OWNERS’ jetty construction, building, bridge, and water supply works. Ex- Broad St oe Dial 4222 |)

Honorary Secretary and Treasurer, GALVANISED SHEETS — A limited} |! en gag a Pi 3,4 ASSOCIATION (INC) perience is required in the taking off of quantities, structural design te i

coke "Ale choo! quantity, 24 guage, 6 ft. $5.60, 10 #t. $9.33 | ® eee ee . y Co., Ltd. ignee. Tele. No. ft. i i ; ildi SS
~ Rene Te on Enquire Auto Tyre Company, ‘trataiga: Ayumas 1935 model Pick-up new Wr naan ee ta Consignee. Tele. afd detailing, and in the estimating of building works. ae vn SSIS
‘h & Spry Streets. Phone 2696. (5); jattery; All-Stee jody a , Wil. OOO OOO A” atti j i i ads she e

— ” es © me). 1.52—t.f.n. | good working order. Terms Cash. Fs tt etter ontandenceetnapaaitipess When submitting applications the following heads should OOOO PPOOVP LPS SPPPOIF,,
FOR KENT | ——— noARCMER MeKEN? used: : §

OVE? ne “Wonder” oven the little - i ri 8 ace of birth >
Ss top of the stove oven that bakes, roasts. | ——— ———___——_-—_— ——— ° (a) Meme Jnvfull: with: date ane place Phe g % A MODERN BATH ROOM g
HOUSE! stews, and does everything an ordinary I HAVE been instructed id i? aera ‘0. (b) Marital state and details of family (if any). % b

_—— —— 7 even will do but does it less ti a ment in Executive Committee to se 'e : . i . wi $ ; > .

a aia) an, Wall ae eck Sate It, Se lane tiene ana | eee TP Kier co aeareany oost te AOL (c) Qualifications and highest educational attainment. % is a necessity and with an.
dows situated centrally im Bolton Lane. | puilt in heat indicator only $9. 74 each | 17th at 2 p.m,, One Fordson Tractor. It I (d) Engineering experience, the various types of work being % . , , ALL-WHITE PO - &
Re RT eee ee it obtainobse from Harrison's Hardwarcg has new spare tyres and iron wheels ne. separately enumerated and some measure of the scope of | % LAIN GEYSER a warm or %

16,1 52 Store, Broad street Terms cash. 5 re his - 38 +h; Ks bei given in dimensions or .cost % hot bath is obtainable in a
————— 16, 1. 52-2 PARC OTT, SPE ed ane e works being giv 1 s cost. . inut -
NEW one r t ’ + = : ; matter of minutes *.
ea tae recaee a pete Govern ek NEW YORK SERVICE Applications should be, at least in part, in the applicant's hand % ING, NOON, or NIGHT . . %
Fully furnished including Refrigerator EXRES—At last, now obtainable inf | 8.8 “OCRAN RANGER” sails 4th Jan. —arrives Biden 18th Jan, 1988. writitig xt ’

ee Soccene. Apply 10M. M2 Ree ne lbh odie day must am DER THE SILVER 4 STEAMER sails 25th Jan.—arrives B'dos Sth Feb, 1952. . ‘ " ; bs 24 See them
Graham, Dial 8i72 171:0AON | Then ct AUP ae Enewebann oe dint 481 UN . A STEAMER sails 15th Feb.—arrives B’dos 26th Feb, 1962. The Director of Works, Ptiblic Works Department, Dominica, 5 eee

rana ° , * - em A our ne how roc i m rn :

i beater. LF Smt KR Hunte & Co. Lid. HAMMER - NEW ORLEANS SERVICE —~” will willingly answer any questions applicant might wish to address ¢ At Your Gas Showroom, and

rLAT— hree be om fla 1- . E A . ¢ s
ena” Abergeldie, Dayrells Road. aaa ee bal Miah Sestaeae NEWSPRINT A STEAMER sails 2nd Jan.—arrives B’dos 17th Jan, 1982, to him for a period up to\two weeks from the*appearance of this|% pook one to-day from our
Dial 4255. Mr. E. C, Field. UNIMET MAJOR Constructional ansk By recorimendations of Lioyds Agents A SXeeER sails l6th Jan.—arrives B'dos 3ist Jatt, 1962. advertisement, next shipment.

10.1,82—70 | provides the answer to a thousand anc | we will sell on FRIDAY the 18th at & Sian sails 30th Jan.—arrives B'dos Mth Feb, 1952. . hould be submitted to Hi our ‘the Administra-
ene nate a, Se Ersaiaens From a fev} 5. Pp, Musson, Son & Co, Ltd wate Pf * aAbeaae alive ete a shou subi ed to His Hon é 60909956 9599550 59 S5SSO"
WE: Aquatt . ackets 0; nime ajor you can con * . Pierhead, 8 Rolls Newsprin iS soon as possible,
= ant Joe aeatehall ani eo eee ae ear sony aie 2 oreleck. TERMS CASH | SOUTHBOUND - pep Domne ® " ’ — ~—
o months iy no s - ing, rames ‘or u ings etc, ly
betwe . 8 am. ane ll ri a. 1.89—4n Available from Stock — contact S. P BRANKER, TROTMAN & CO Name of Ship Sails Artives Government Office, a
MUSSON SON & Co., Ltd. — Dial 3713 6.1.52—2 Montreal Barbados Dominica. ; oe ee,
17.1,52—Tn ee , s.s eo i POINTER” +. 28th Nov. $1 : Nov. 51 oe Dec, 51 31st ember, 1951 ‘ oe oe BAM!
aa ee ee ree, ot $.S. “ALCOA PEGASUS" : = 14th Dee. 51 24th Dec. 51 Dee ’ : ‘ee! a “BAM! BAM! BAM! a
4 “ ee - .1,.52—2n: . .
Mexico Plans Bi WANTED DUR TE ORT A nee EE ee ad Urb: — waw YouR ant GUL? cEtiee" BS tock BIM 1 NOT BUM.”
e€xico is > instructions recelved from the ROBERT THOM LTD, — NEW YORK AND G sERVICE. 5555999599595 9S9 99599 OO TOPO FOO OOOTED OOO, : |
me ee TL ingurance Ca,, w sell on 3 ¥ Nobody)
ww, January 18th, at Messrs General Motor t : - (No' y
Sugar Expansion |" __HELE ce tase We a ae) ee ce er oe: St JUST IN TIME FOR THE Ss .
: A YARD MAN—For General work, | Austin Car, Damaged in accident) bale tay ay ™ y %
MEXICO CITY. |,,/ 2 Terms. Cash. G SEASON .
y ajand to drive a car when required. | *t ? Pm. Terms im PMR 4
lexico pans to produce a Apply J. Mi. G. Simpson, Wiluale VES ROBERT THOM LIMITED ans % ® “
least 1,000,000 tons of sugar A} Marine Gardens 171.526". } 6) so 4 PLANTATI NLDING ; Ww A B $ | Vol. 4 0. 15
Seer by i960 under, a seherne an eetarinemcnnee 181.5 n - siiate aa hated a LOWER BROAD STREET EL ELL Cc E X aie ALS a
prepared by the ationa y St. George, please apply ir erson, F ” - “ vies . ; * ; 7 > Lat
Pris, Vocemen Memes dete] Oe MEeS Ceemareaane Trans-Canada Airlines, B.O-A.C. and B-W.1.A. : CENTRAL EMPORIUM Sm evenvwitre
Â¥ scUUCtdONL iS SOE 700,000 | meme 4 ! Ss MS %
re eae NOTICE relephane Nor _ $08 : Ont. Broad & Tudor St. Ye ee
Ss a year, Field o., Swan .
vr) 2—2 1 = M6 OA 6666 6 D655 6 ECOCCCOOOOLELLLE
Undes the scheme, production) “ je I 8 8 ss ae hie ec dathene eae yee. LLLP PPE PPPLPP SD PPE SO OPES OOCTOOOO 2 paint ties Lanna =
a ‘ : § a =z
iil be raised to 890,000 tons b LADY to manage small store in Hast- | indersigned Harold Whitfoot Clarke,| \ x
35 and to 1,000,000 tons or â„¢m a puairies. ap aged person to Stans-} Peter Albert Kenneth Tucker and Charles % x
se Ps " 7 ine ; pro- eott & Co, & Whitfoot Clarke carrying on the business | we
by 1960. The plan sneer, en 15.1,52—t. fon of builders and contractors under the} *
vision for s.ockpiling 120, Ons me style or name of “Clarke & Tucker” at | <
cf sugar in Mexico to prevent any OFPK EB ct aa During Crop, aio Bridgetown, has as from the Sist day of | 9
Vein en 2 ‘ i t ) r previous experience an advantage December 1951 been dissolved by mutual] ¥
t ndue a heated Dae bm + ly. Manager, Lower Estate Fyctory.s consent so far as regards the said Charles | ¥°
addition Mexico wil be abe 9.1.52—in } wnitfoot Clarke who retires from the sard | x
export 55,000 tons in 1951, 90,00 OPERATOR. catia Gash Book, Lone and that the said Harold) \ —————

ns i 952 009 to 1953 Re ational Cash Book | whitfoot Clarke and Peter Albert Ken- | » s . b
tons - — ee aa * Doo | 120,00 ons in oe experience preferred—to assum usiness under the present style or name | pe ae 4 - aa . eal 3: H
tons in 1955. lutiea On Gt DONS 38h, ee et it {Clarke & Tucker,” ee % Che T.S.S, GOLFITO will be arriving from South- : highly selected grade British Friesian Bulls from the Exchange Dairy

7 Om ave WwW Px peric’ ated this 16 day of January 1952 .

wn rth 1 ont sid tion will also be given to ar H. W. CLARKE, am ) “rice ¢ + m : i

ae phos ion ro 6 eee) experienced parsowt WAG 9 Willing t SY ST ocrn, =. Bmptonon Friday, 18th January, at 9 a.m. and will} of Caroni Limited, Carapichaima, Trinidad, B.W.1.
€ the co wy's e in during the month of Februar + ) CLARKE . ses Sr er aff Saks
Gents largely O& MAWES DAY-| ipety tn person witk written, spplice- | 14 2.00~d Cc. W. CLA a sailing at 4 p.m. the same afternoon for Trinidad.
ing more and betsee, Spells to] fon” Dowding "Betates & Trading Co. x ns — hai labl 1. “CARONI VICTOR” Pure bred 3 years old
help them through e growin : . 1ere is ample first class accommodation available

f ~1§
period,” said an official of the SALESMAN: Will also have to cover LIQUOR LICENSE NOTICE) } =, ee » “ oe 4
union, “Some 74,000 acres will be] he Leeward and Windward Islands at ‘ ; ivy for Trinidad mY 2. “CARONI COMMODORE Pure bred 1's ”
added “annually to the acreage] °'ctvals. Application treated confiden I tae tn ee. Sian &
. ae ; P jally. Box Y, Advoe > Hinds of The Mount, § eter, tor pe ¥ "
under cultivation and this will rt hay oer %S 1 i t.t.n.| mission to sell Spirits, Malt Liquo’s,| ly : 3. “CARONI CAPTAIN” ties i Highly Graded 13 months
eall for new credits, as well as — &e., at a boarded and shingled shop | \ Apply :
Buarantes - f : internal prices.” sieched to residence at The Mount, &t.! \ x 4. “CARON SERGEANT” a 12
ave *s fo t é S. ter. Y . eens o
1 ’ LOST & FOUND | Dated this 7th day of January, 195 % \ x m A I SE id

Production of sugar in Mexico To SYDNEY H. NURSE, Esq., ‘. J “9 8 % d i
at present is sufficient to meet Police Magistrate, Dist. “F." ui * s 5. “CARONI CHIEF” 0 ”
domestic needs, but makes exports LOST Signed: ENID GIRLDENA Pore * A x
impossible. Recent Governme:n’ atc naedeosainantenelindons ——_____———_+— | N.B.—This Hication. will be ‘ *. “ °
impose cing sugar and. sugai | SPECTACLES Brown turtle shell in at Pe RS ton joondl 8 gents, 3 6. “CARONI CORPORAL.” .... do Boe
- . . r -- aS se wi sun clips attached on 13. 1, 52 held at Police Court, District “ *
products on the list of expori netween Pickwick Gap and Westbury; on Mandey, the “Dist dey of I ‘ Phone 4230. % “ losi d.
items for which licences were] 20rd. Finder please return same to the uary, 1952, at 11 o'clock, a.m . : Sy All above bulls are Bovine Tuberculosis tested.
required were necessary to pro-} yij eee Dept. A reward | SYDNEY H. NURSE : %
tect the Mexican consumer, F 88-60 Bolice Masistrata, Vat oe a oo 6 os. hte htebocsooke .

16, 1. 52—5n 17.1.52 POLL LLLP ARPA! PLL LLL LL a SSE

Although production rose by | 1696990060969009d085665608" SS SS
30,000 tons a year from 1940 to we ee ae! OOSSSSSSS SSO S OOOO OY
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(By THE SPORTS EDITOR) f 7 ‘Boogles” Williams is seccnd in the list of batsmen. He only “ces, Srouping at 100 yards, ay
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7 . yn’ rae eT = : AR sg Adzil Holder, Barbados and empire left arm spinner heads the cane ate which wé
1 Test will be selected today 1S : bowling with 31 wickets taken at an average cost of 7.93 runs each WOM DY : field
i { ip} nitto will take into the field ee ee : while his team mate slow left arm bowler Horace King, who is sixth A olewor feature of
ed plavers like George Mudie. slow left jin the list shat with pacer Edghill of Carlton the distinction of 8? ,2 possible cored at
ar let.keener bat avi* Sis Stanley Goodridge Denis Thorbevrn John McLeod Teddy Saunders Roy Miller Neville Bonitto having taken the highest individual amount of wickets this season—40, three practices b) F. ¢
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re oulde f (Qualification 7 innings of 25 runs each) Y
B Si ) P F “3 cet iea te | BATSMAN CONS. . Toe. . Is Ay .
usters Veteat ts. Geer Pesene p N. Marshall at Fe ae 69.00 Avon '
' : Cc. B. Williams 7 1 306 160 51.00 5
\ . . ve C. G. Alleyne 12 2 349 103 34.90 gy
Mustangs sg ba aie fe A. Skinner 9 1 275 65 34.37
= z i “ . K. Walcott 7 0 227 129 32.42
ter = : , : & | A, M. Taylor 1 1 216 112 31.60 The teams comprised: Regi-

Buste [ i
victory over tar > Ray wee , E IC. Smith 11 0 334 63 30.36 mer lajor O. F. C, Walcott, I

remee Over NeUStRE ¢ ! i} Ry K. Branker il 1 301 109 30.10 T. A. ( ns, Lt. E. R. Godd
of polo at the Garris« , Deni $ G. Proverbs 7 1 179 47 29.83 2. Ss. M 1B.G., C
a ; k be I ae 4 ial a ; | T. S. Birkett 12 2 294 117 29.40 M. Ki md Sgt. Ed-
goals to love rh € ball. I ourn open ee a ae a4 sii oa N. S. Lucas 11 l 292 62 29.20 wards, F.E
most of the tir e Jamaican yes acl ‘ : W. Knowles 10 0 281 104 28.10 Sheffield; C. P. O. Moores, B.,
during the last cl *; eur as “a John Prescod Alfie Binn Sydney Abrahams Arthur Bonitto Horace Tulloch Reggie Scarlett Cc. Hunte 11 2 243 64 27.00 O. A. Southwell. K., Marine

; : me that } candi (Capt.) E. Edwards 13 0 347 77 26.69 Gibson, R., C. E. L, Burfitt, A.D.,

Though Buster re ¢ } Cc, Atkins 10 3 175 40 25.00 L/S Cope, R.F., A. B. Cleeve,
ere cee. ey Abrahams is a batsman Mr. R. C. Mar- This denotes not out R.C
cae Wee A ne ve played hile Teddy Saunders i all- iey, (left) Man- BOWLING
— — nd scored 1 ‘ ren . ho n use a ager = the ip. (Qualification 20 wickets)

Musté { et ist brea maican team. Mr BOWLER Oo N 4 -
less active [ th ' of Reggie Marley is an in- } A Holde ; oe Av C. D.C. Oo ice?
bination H Tulloch will | tercolonial crick- L. Harris 17 ee ae an i

Vere Deane lecte to with the eter and iv al- J. Greenidge 31 Going 10 J Ca
tangs, wi ywling, the brunt of which will pence ers ee H. Barker 43 ;
honours wert ece “sarily borne by George calhitel Ala: He E. Edghill 37 10.5 KINGSTON, J'ca., Jan. 16
tween the member fb ludie and skipper Arthur Bonitto : ae = . H. King (Emp.) 50 10 R. J. Rait, Senior Agyicultural

Neither IT imself : Indie 6 ste 7. King 36 11.29 Offic at the London office of
ébterp po Barbad cricket fans are hop- leatot : E. S. Branker 20 11 Colonial Development Corporation

Sine e. tka a ither ing for good weether and Mr. W. A. (Baz) O. Fields 29 12.27 is coming to Jamaica at the end
A : econd cricket and T am sure we are Freckl wennnths: I. Burke 19 32 12.43 cf the month to join the Regional

red a Oe ; . oa Feckleton spor M. Simmons 38 27 12.68 téadquarters. Stat i
chukka, Weekes ores ad to see the Jamaicans in ac son, writer of the Ja- ane C. B. Williams 94 13 21 jalan eeenaee eS taff in the Carib-
goal for his tear In thi uk here again after an interval of 26 maica Daily S. Headley _ 110 15 99 13.27 bean Area loca ed here
M. Parker fell and { ho nee their last visit Gleaner has ar- George Mudie F. Phillips 126.4 22 26 18.80 This is another step decen-
hurt. John Marsh came 1 to rived to cover C. Bradshaw 123.1 21 ea 13.82 tralization of a8 substitute for hit i ; ee aa Abele gh “i V. McComie 153 29 14.00 me mS ea oe C ae at

s beginning of the th 4 to I rreckleton is a keen fol- R. Austi 33 2% 4 14 preser contro!s é undertakings
‘ mee ste = a rr : w Z ithletes Train lower of the game and is a mem- K een oa 3 19 sy e in the Caribbean.—(C.P.)
ere SY ber of Melbourne C.C. of which F ¥ 3 ‘on 7 an
both tean ne ’ ) N. Marshall 185.1 60 14.55
Ges dis ache iohadeaeien, alate For Easter Meet Seis ene sad | Slee. pec. W. Greenidge 120.5 25 15.61 re

* Cenlaeeeaey a? eTsS O Jamaica eam are sole: € 7 4 . ’ . yyy
il- Ga ndaw ences meuribadte tenis 5 ee ae K. Brookes 138 23 7.34 U.S. MINING CO. SEEK
: as 3 aes Runners and cyclists are a . BIE. Hoad 141.1 9 18.66 Sek a ae anaes
am interval in which the Mu serious training for the big He is a guest at “Crystal Wa- E. Greene 173 42 i9.g2 LEASH FROM JCA GOVT.
had a @ard task Keeping up WI) ter Athletic Meeting which Mr. R. C. MARLEY ters”, Worthing Mr. W. A. FRECKLETON {N. Grant 124.3 il 20.40
them, they, ent in three goals, .be held at Kensington Oval aed KINGSTON, Jea., Jan. 16
an one, Marsh one and Mel- In the Cyele Division there are ~ . v a An American mining concern i
ville one quite a number of new e e fe Oa if seeking a 25-year lease from Gov

The last chukka wag the fi hile the veterans like Ken Far- ‘h m 1OnS Trium h In Soecer Li eb ts 0 Lost ernment to mine manganese ové1
est. Mustangs were putting every- num, L. Carmichael, D. Yarde : 1 . . an eight square mile area in Port-
thing into the game with the hope and Skinner are not taking chan- Freighter Sighted land on the north side of ‘he
of at least scoring one. But Bus- ces and can also be seen — erie - We a AT w island. -——cP)
ters gave away no ground and “road work" on their bikes. ie rR . . SEATTLE. Washington. Jan 16
aier-a series of good strokes by 4. «A Close riders wil By 'ALAN HOBY “SHEFFIEI D 9 DEFEAT The United States Coast Guard
the whole team, Marsh sent in th oH os Pe re kena I : ‘tel te? f baits id Lo said that a capsized lifeboat was

. aaa starting this meeting w n > { th ke ¢ 2 soagulated porridge. i‘ ighte ; auti i ; in
last goal a few minutes before t Stisrt who ot. tHe iast.-mieetine magine a pitc a Lie 1 plate of coag a I Y g - sighted 125 nautical miles south WEATHER REPORT
end of pla natched the 15 mile open Imagine mud so thick and clinging that four footballs—two j I—O vast of where the freighter Penn-

The t race: from Ken. Farnum brown and two white—had to be used during the game. are sylvania was believed to have YESTERDAY.

Mustang De Capt.), L. some hard riding, It is expected ; , , wi doehy emes ; gone down in the stormy North . ‘ ‘
Deane, J. H sell io. H \t at least two riders from the Imagine international stars like who cracked the ball in, split f THE “B” TEAM of the H.M.S. Sheffield defeated their 'acific about a er e genes eae ee .
John Intermediate Division will Alt Ramsey, Jackie Milburn, the Newcastle defence in one yivals the Barbados Regiment one-nil in a football match , 1 life cs a coe date: OF 40,

Busters Week¢ (Capt.). ¢ noted to the “A” Clas Eddie Baily, and George Robledo dazzling move. sarhicl mas played ¢ We in ea : areress two lifeboats had been sighted : .23 in.

ae he aaa Aad a “ove Mil ge oe, See ch was played at the Garrison yesterday afternoon. B.M. Flying s f
M. Park Arthur nd K. ne names have been mentioned | floundering ankle deep in a nea Newcastle’s goal was _ score vanaee _ ’ . by P.B.M. Flying Boats and it Highest Temperature: 83.5 ”F
Melville in cenneetinn with this wamp you will get some by George Robledo, who glided Chis goal was scored 15 minutes before the blow off, by was radioed that there was no tamest tem Lake GA re.
light idea of the appalling con- the ball into the corner of the the stocky Sheffield centre forward Mills from within the sign of survivors. However, | int’ Velocity: 7 miles per
ea ’ ‘ ditions at White Hart Lane, Tot- net from Foulkes’s cross. New- yenalty are: officers said that it had been
rR AN ik row! K D enha on Saturday December castle could have scored tw an s oe determined that the two planes hour.
ML amy tenham on Saturday cember castle could have scored two 9 The standard of play on the shall, Watts,. Phillips, Roach, GCtet Pe a arg Barometer: (9 am.) 29.996
} 29th. A three goals themselves, but Ditch- whole was low but the Sheffield Glasgow, Brewster, Sealy; Rowe @d seen the same boat. (3 p.m.) 29.916
Yet 1t was a magnificent game, burn made master saves from the forwards on a few occasions gave and Browne The Coast Guard also an-
1 muddy classic which was a two Robledo’s Ted and George. flashes of brilliance as they aN 1 ILMLS. Sheflield: Lewis, Deflin nounced that pieces of dunnage TO-DAY
edit to both Tottenham and Jackie Milburn, Newcastle's g@own on the Regiment defen : Bee! Lenn Golton..— Smith. from a ship's hold were sighted i ,
jeweastle. “Spurs came back to long-legged centre-forward also Play opened with the SheMield de- Stewart Daniel: Mills ana “ear the lifeboat. Sunrise: 6.12 a.m.
omething like their explosive cracked in a couple which showed fending from the Barracks end Seromo. 7 5 Reports that two of the Penn- Sunset: 5.54 p.m. ‘
est, On this form they could win why he is one of my three foot- and about 10 minutes after play E sylvania’s four lifeboats had Moon: Full, January 12.
he Cup ballers of the year. Finney and had started Glasgow, one of i The Referee was Marine Pox. been found, prompted the Coast Lighting: ey Pm
: Ramsey are the other Regiment forwarc ven 2 An .' team of the H.M.S. Guard Commander to limit dras- High Tide: ane se a 7.15 p.m.
Maybe it was the y : Finally, a word about that Jow pass and finding faloue Sheffield al:o beat the Regiment in ‘tically today’s air search for thé Low Tide: 12.49 a.m., 1.14 p.m,
hat 7-0 as gave vanis g race of Soccer enter- ran down with the ball nly to @ football match to the tune of 46 man crew of the American
Newcastle | ybe it tainers the pure ball artiste. kick it. wide of the SheMeld vont. three - nil on Monx treighter—U -
was just tha m h Strolling through this game was The Sheffield custo n Lewi z ,
{ the day—Champions v. Cup a 9st. 5ft, 4\4in. ball of firs known wearing a yellow jersey dived!) t
olders, “Gamecocks” v. Mar.- Tommy Harmer. thinking the ball was going goal- \\
pie but in the seventh mink wards. After this incident the! \\
tter both Bai ind Waite hal Harmer was none too nappy in Sheffield forwarc vere seen by a °e y
asped th bar, Walters i the mud, but he pulled out enougn fair crowd moving down to the 9 }
eally brilliant goal, Duquemin trick to show that football--- Regiment passing accurately an S Cc Ooo “Tre ‘i
flicked the ball to Walter who nder the relentl modern when it locked . i 1 goal w \
ith unexpected confidence, cor pressures of fear and relegation - hee oe as ,
A : > going to be scored against the, {
letely beat Newcastle's left baex is not becoming the exelusive Regiment, Golton ore cick ( a thus | - , i)
McMichael. The Spurs’ outside preserve of the kiek-and-rush giving Headley at left back f a in
ight dr ibbled and flashed the bal) Loys—those cnaraccers th only the Regiment ample time to clear | 7 i
past Simpson. me feot and one idea—boot it. his goal. |
Spurs could a iy have i Finding > new ‘i'om Finneys, Half Time \
ive o1 goals wit ttle Wilt Man Raich Carters, Le “ )
more luck, and if the ground | ‘iletinnns = pods aimee tole When Referee Polk blew for hai G V N )
bean driet Indeed roa an, tees » : ie i ‘ike time neither side had scored. After I E; THE CHILDRE {
forecast that the ‘Spurs defe saicivi Phy di mcrae Aa I in ce half Spee Pa oro playes {
would fall apart like the wall ofan i seemed to have losi all ball con )}
Jericho before the Biante Ne ‘ f sand, trol and this gave Phill psa THE BEST {}
castle attack, were proved But Haimer, if he can over- jnside left two resy chances } \\
prophets , ome his lack of weight, may de- draw first blood for Regiment but , ;
4 H in New Year Alex he like Gl ow kicked wide on 5
Spurs still have weakne ; e 7 aC Ine }
iy eon i James, both occasions. " } Order from }
1. Centre-haif Clarie Although there was very little (
edgy’ and mistiming his ackl | wind, players cn both sides seem (i
He is having a poor patch at t! % incapable of controlling the ball )))
moment : WHAT’S ON TODAY and on many cccasions when th« \\}
Duquemin entre ball should have been trapp (
ward althou h he had a fo Police Courts 10 a.m neatly just hopped ')
i the ‘Spurs goals, is : Cricket: 1st Jamaican- Fifteen minutes before the blo
me SEUTs goes, | Barbados Test at Ken off the only goal of the match w )
° a ee jeoaae sington Oval 11.30 a.m scored by the S ield )
§ 4 spurs Mw ci ; ee : i Meeting of the Sanitary 1 This happened {
: ass of a pitch, It bo ommissioners, St =hefie war , vere
lown their slick short-passir Michael 1.00 p.m. . ca oo 10% wares wre were now é
style, Meeting of the St. Bachhdnt teen were |
But Baily was *¢ more | Thomas Vestry 1.30 pam. | “ea + : 1 ; Hl
the brilliant fellow we all kn« Golf-—B'dos vs. Trinidad { en 1
yesterday. Some of his passes ha Rockley Golf Course : ay i {i |
he authentic glow of genius 1.45 p.m, stn iat ee cb a : ee eae 9 1
2 : Meeting of the Christ ee ne oe eee a 2 i
eiaadiete The second Spurs goal, Church Vestry 2.00 p.m. igh
WEST INDIES batsman Frank Worrell bowled by Bill Johnston for minutes afte half-time, was The teams w« : e le
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PACI i ir.iir IIAKIIADOS ADVCX ATI THURSDAY, .MM \K\ IT I9i2 First Team To-day (Bj Tin BPOBT8 \ mini;! in tlM 1' I %  tow left %  %  %  i %  • %  D in opan %  .1 lunun %  %  % %  : -. mil] be '.< %  .i. MA I John M'Leod Teddy Riiinl-r Busters Defeal Mustangs %  %  moil of the during ihr last ( sweeping that Ibm %  ... %  I %  %  %  %  • %  M. Park*. I %  %  %  thiny Into Hut BUS%  i %  tfftft Jahn Prrod Artliut ftoiutto ICapt.l Horace Tullodi K'Kfi.' Scarlett Mr. R *Ur%  I Hie Ja%  %  %  %  It rlrk%  %  I i .i in the Intei colonial %  hu acted 1 Uh teles Train FOB Easter fleet %  %  Uc Meeting wh* li will tnajtsn rval In tha • there are quite ,i number %  Ken K..I-1 .. : i> V % %  MM taking chan.. i,-• %  i-ii doitii: road wrk M ..n their lakes. All! tw starting this meeting without D. %  %  %  10 i Fnrmun ifter I ,X|-r,led the .. !• tOUl (or hisimper. Bwer of the gama ;md Ii i i ol HtUxi irm Cl Vriliiu Bi ON of the Jamaican Mr. R O. 1IARLEY II, 'Crystal WaFRi'.CK I.ETON Vnd Ioider ages Barbados Play Jamaica To-day Marshall And He Visitors Will Pick A Aft MA Top The Uer ftflif #V*Vw Regiment Wins At Rifle Shooting NORMAN MARSHALL, Bar bad ill *hai.ng which took plai heads the bat) %  Vsociation Season Marsh nee not out, h able averv*" of 69 .% setrnd In the bat of batam* time for 'our •''""( iit in eevi ui he h.i .11 00 1 Holder. Barbados and emptre led ma pinner head* the %  Hii SI arlcktta taken at an -vrrag. coat oj 7 93 ... m left ..ro, i.iinln Horace Kin, %  %  km the highe" an ;*vc rath and Rdghiii BAT> %  all %  I. w .. A Skinnei A M Taylor verbs Urketl N s Uiraa W. K C Hun:. %  Edward C Alkl.lK BATTING of 25 runt each) %  %  %  of %  %  a H--.I k A Snuthv.-i-ll. K Man 27.0i 2* .6" 25 00 C. E. L. Bu'i!" \ D L S Co,-e R f A B CMeve, %  BOWI.FI; %  I. Harris li King F KIIIK r: B ltr anker %  I fit : | I Burke mons ( B. Wl V PhUlipr, %  \ \i Coanls f( Austin K Bowin %  -I w Qraai K Brookai E Hoad na mon 20 O MB I 1.1 I 131 1 171.5 %  111 3 113 134 141 1 M 29 1U 94 • 110 IH i III 133 ISO :t 185 I \2l> ft I3S 141.1 171 114 | 21 M 9 42 %  |U 239 345 421 439 350 341 270 39B 342 292 359 3IS 420 39 440 40S 32B 399 504 456 449 Av I 9.39 %  9.58 10 52 C.D.C. Officer Going To J'ca. n n 21 2B 21 23 10.97 R. II 75 Col %  [:' ot tbe monih to |otn i %  %  li „., authortty %  i i' 13 82 14 00 14 14 i i M 14.55 17 34 / > MI\/\(, CO 8EEk Champions Triumph in Soccer Classic Intermediate liaison arlll IM* Rvsl'i baan mantlonad Man with ihl*. IIIA.XK IMIWI.I.II rad ad the b-u m aplll Alf Rsniaay, Jactda afllburi, the Neweaitlc iiefence in on* re. i a deep in a nejr NewcaaUe'a goal war score 1 i | G i i the appaUing cotthe I>.II Into tha eomas of On U'lui.' ii..,1 Lana, Totnet from Foulket.ham on Saturday December co 2Mth. Uuaa goals tin %  Dtu-hVt n waa a i ''matter aavas Irons tl i\vo H"blrne f my thraa %  the -ear. Flnney ami By !AI.AN IIORY rte g pitch lutfl .i pluU' of coagulated p< i ina mud so thick and clingli ruttfoui footbaua— two i rown ami two whit**— had to he used during tlio nam*' SHEFFIELD' DEFEAT REGIMENT 1—0 THE "iV TEAM ot tha H VI.S fltuBgH ilcfeatcd thou rivala tho Barbados Re>imont ona>niI In a finitball match which waa playad a1 tin Oarrl las aftarooon. Thig I'd i"i mlnutea before tha blow off. by tha stock) SbeffW Id ntra forward hffitla from within ttu penalty area. The itandard or pUy on th" ahall, w^'.is. Phillips. Roach whole wa %  i. u i Stily: Row. i ii N.s sheaUMi iv, Dag Goltoi lurwiinU ( i I i PM tl ni 7 Ghsficw one Hi % %  FaMib i m | 1 "' in down with UM %  %  through this g.ime u |,„, %  %  %  I %  %  %  Lifeboat* Of Lost Freighter Sighteii SEATTLE Washington. Jan 16 The United Stales Coaai said thai a capsized lifeboat was stunted 125 nautical mile* southr.isl i>f where* the freit-nlci Frnnaylvaa-gs aras biUsvad ta ban gOna down in the alormv North .itKiui a week as II was reported sarUer that i-wU had been nighled 1 v i 1 UM. FIVMIK Boat was radioed that there was no : Ian ,.i fifflcers sold thai U had basfl iletermined that the |wo pfeanil i %  i th(> sume bout. Tha Coast 0 nounoad thai placaa >•[ dunnage ear the i %  raaa. -vlvanla's four hftlioals had heen found, prompted the I mat 'ii i to lln lll> '.., 1 IV" • i) IIVITI craw of ihr —f.r. KIN';-, ,\ .;,:,. 16. Ai Ami-ir. %  oiiieni to mlna nunganaaa ovt-i (I I Ml' TO-DAY Sunilte. fl 1*2 s.m Sunset: B M p %  Moon: Full. J.umary 12. Lighting: 6.00 p.m. ii r |i IN I*w Tido Ii W am. 1.11 p.m. S i i, ball ol Tommy H ,m lhc"ball w:,s K omg goalwards Af!*r thi^ ( ,,„i„,i <\, ' %  hf mud, but I I % %  I II I' The Spurs' ouUulc cnarae.i . %  %  I one td< u i I I'hcii the tnll %  %  e a %  %  %  %  Jerteho btfoe. %  i Centn -ha t Clat %  rinding Iht %  ,M dismoadi 1 -und. i %  Mi Year Ale\ %  i m,, %  I pitch Ii boj%  %  the brtllhv t f %  Thr aacocid 8 I %  and nn.iUv ksedh WHAT'S ON TODAY 1'olica Conru io A n Cmki-t 1st Jamaican BarbadOH Test at Ken •ington Oval 11 :M m MeeUng of the Sait.uy Conim -..ioiierv 8t aOefc ia| LQQ pm Mretlna of the St Thorn** Veitry 130 rat olf aVdovs. Trinidad Rockley Ooif Conine I i I %  M^oUng of the Cliri.xt Church Venry 2.00 p.m ll^lf TinuWhen Rafaraa v Cil. Afirhalf tiniv Hie : seemed to hgvg I trol and Okia > laildg l*'ft two i*' (h.tnee* I draw first blrx-l he like Glasgow kicked both 000 Although there the b II ^nd on many cccastotu whan UV ... i %  .-heftleU i ware BOW %  tffort %  l'i % %  Ii. IIRII III. P It's School time Again GIVE THE THE Order from CHILDREN BEST J & R VARIETIES (They'll Do It Every Time ,.—..._— 1 AOCD A LC tOO AKO SAC C0 ~X) CALL WiM scd AS >ou CMS. HOMEIM K7I TAUgN \ TO Moeooy -IM so T ;RED I COULD SLEEP OJ* PC-It FENCEALL I WANT TO CO IS EAT SOMETJI-iQ U&*T /s 1 HIT TWE SACK—IF ME CALLS •'-"-'. %  = — %  '^a^s^ %  ^B ?T ''9 if Jvi \ FLASH IVEW&I S i \( nmv OWNERS \M> CONTEACTOM S >; "• arc new in a i r. Io -apply yuu C with yuui iii pint TI nta of | GALVANISED PIPE *; Kpnuinu rtnin ," In :;'' II..tc :• • %  %  ; \ LARGE XSSORTMENT oi nrriNca P] I a Viiil T.-do, and I.. ; BARBADOS HARDWARE Co. Ltd. (TBS lli'l BI ma BABOAIN8) I Ma. II. Suti Btw il TtWaa tlW. 44M Dr. ScholVs will aaM those lired feet FOOT EASERS:The;e will correct and relieve weak ankles, flat feet, cramped toes. ARCH SUPPORTS: relieve fallen arches and tired feet. BUNION SPRINGS: make your shoes easier to wear. ZINO PADS: special! j made for corns, callouse;. bunions and other .oot ailments I. >T,| *-i. ...,. . %  >, i.A/m Tir^l. .. I.... %  1f+t i • 4 >.e.k Do, CAVE SHEPHERD & Co.. Lid. 10, 11, 12 & 13 Broad Street a.<-r>--l thr*.* %  imtn ; in B< i %  Peal i MM o • %  our alMH-a and M Hill K'l iri.111. ,iui.' nBaC i 'i m -tu> sflwa. Let oor PaaM Ceantort Fijitrl I'rilo-srjph yoar •lockmifd pMSa Th' %  |i,u eviffl *irl ftmt i-.iialttioii. Cni jou nnlhins, V bit oar J I aafsn Drpartoieat VOW.





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rm M3DAY, nvriRV 17. IN:..' HARBAOOS \HVOC\TK PACE F1VT New Club To Be Opened Thr e *^feHa S/ar/ Grinding On St. James Coast ANOTHER CLUB is tfointf up alOMf the Si Jamn' Operations %  N'Unj Hall MM) slO,OOOGrantedFortl 7 2::,;;;,: Loans To Fishermen 0/ "*%* %  KING FAROUK GETS A SON %  i'l be opened on February 1. m time (or the toun^i operations Sever-1 other focsea&on. lurid are hoping to start tnwar' >e plantations are expecting ntkl Secretary said it a Club's colour is lime areen %  "Wan nop H last year when, that if there were a few boat* w *h and wine It is surrounded bv 'he Island's record crop was engine*, thev would be able to grt lily ponds and beautiful patios. 1B -"" to the fishing grounds i-arller .mo The bedrooms have private ,„, ~ ^__ have more time for actual (Whins. rathrooms and tub bath* with hot .,„ '^! !" rvJIE !" J.—T, !" unich mi ht r"" 1 >" a con side i ."£ Sf ,r k£S bedroom S S£5aW5S $iOftZ ifixr" ,n the ,,lund 8UPpu also has its own telephone „ n+UM their Trlglnal calculaof fi,h Mr. Carter told the Advocate: %  lo "* ( I. '•' """ IVnar'ir.eni thinks that the M lhfl bKtotr D^,,,^., 2 and I i"> unusual uses. The baths and I*CPJ -> 1V|M %  * n '' Junc w ", l, !' r the E irai permitting, o even until July ,,„. ilh^al l>, ption desk are built •H* iunidii umiinmrni w„ are ttxna to >et a v cry nigh the islan i T, pan xafcly with any luxury hotel in the Caribbean %  %  %  from I Ingj ait to the rriginc. proaalli th.ti would s :.i rind that the> \> I Matt funds which would be sum'. 'l <>• that the peron responthraa ipplKatloiu lola f<>r bulMIni tin' tx.it wan ordering lull Mr aald iii.it tit.the flr*t Instaaot, and ther ef or* unbet .it (in., unaU 0| supet-highway stretch Mil m's Ijike resort of •" -" %  Y'"' 1 '" . parishes, ope to the Italian He hi ,ha i Prvlatan has been g !" "** n ^ x as of Chiasao. m *' • Nothing the Italian frontier tom e to the Club for the purpose l l and customs onViaU have of %  %  (m a .-ca bath, tea or bCB able to Mem loo drinks. IB Ind Of thousands of r American cigarettes that Sl MONTHS .go an Antiqut b the Italian Peninsula at Shop was opened rtong the il DW* tban those charged James coast. It u run b> Mr. and I the Italian State tobacco Mrs. Geoffrey Carter. monopoly Tourists will tlml a good assortBvarj noa and than %  tug smugment of an cor i5 caught with a truck-load 5toek l^ a variety of hand blocked I clandcathM cigareltes. When cottons and silks, mostly beach the haul ib great, the sensitive wear II Kk markets on the public There is also a large quantity of Milan respond with a of Jarsa) MttOrj and local turtle shell articles such as clcarett*' Rocanily. for example, the pocase*. Also on *alc S %  Ul *, -flfSSf"^. tne nseatlon var.rty ot eostuma icwellcry and of 210.000 Swiss cigarettes on Wu | c rajl Tobacco Road, nnd blackmarket • • %  prices In Milan went up live lire (slightlj less than one U.S. cent) Committee had un%  h had baaD made by thM Ao> Igor? Cotn•h high rainfall rreas like lwn, ODOatruci in. equip ibj surrouadlu •"'•— %  '' of nahtn boat that whkB WQuW ill pro•'* naxi % %  nail '' %  • %  1 ,r( ''' x,: 4 the ( omralu % %  out thai Uie Advist committee wag "I UM view ll.ai ( ,. .,,.. „„,, S((11 llr ,„,),, ,,, a nthei lypaa .rf DOatl DM raiMHl to U .%  uUvi Committee %  r the industry, but Ihey The Resolution was con, t felt that ihi* I:nger type of boat fell outside the scope of the revolvThe Lesttalattvo '' m i inu Fund. The amount of UM 'U for MOO Was J5U.IKKI and the agOOSSAt %  DOVOI .-,.i brlnflinf oub.'anding loans was iii the \ I. onTacfanieala lty of MljMO, Wo bori il rducaUori lo Barbadoi f"i re than 98i'. in agraMpi %  week, which was not enough to help tru fisherman t<. I uiUI Ihll of boat and equip it with an en%  modified %  cnatl I gine. leehnical Training ,tn. Principal of the n.-w Technical Maun "ad institute m British OuaUW artu TURKEY LAYS TV"? EGGS IN A DAY A t irk"V thl prcpfrty cf Ttr. Ilaiil HinC-. binu keeping hn-. ducks and turkey* for a num bar of year* Tininikcy laid the egg* on Monday at 6 30 J in and 4 p m THIS YEAR the Colony Clulhas consider..bly extended training School Site lii-|i!'rini Colonieai Can l..i\ Foiuiduliofa For Stai>l< Pound The Director ot Agriculture some interesting information on WM n B„ rb adoa last November Colonel J. R A Branch. Comthe progress made in the llshing atteiuling thf Educitmn Conferirtl—nnar of Police. la^ward industry in Bombay. From Uiat inf. n ce hvmg room and outside patios. |,i ands iH AX pmenl in the island foimation it seemM that th. The Club also has a new kitchen. ind hen m< beard n h rumou M' know h ii I %  11 lould Ir • Mlppthf givi i poocaa to whon :> • %  arora noa lav lot engirn \OM lm anoanpaad ' Intarfei with thoaa Uunoi and caUed %  %  the Traaaur) 1 .ii no technicians in IN Wan theielore nol it' of turning do" n %  He believed IhM *rai .. mathlnsj th^t needed a lot more explanation BIKI they -hould give imag riwiglflouli i b the laxpati ling i pan II •fully URO, Jan 16 K %  I The child artU ba % wl 1 %  •rara %  %  %  %  i n %  i id after his grandfithei ll %  %  I • belief that hi %  %  Holiday ... %  | rial h.lid..\ id ICIOICIIIK The a old Katuk la.l ifhtara bul i>" I divorced een hmlt .m.t i (1 ,i, ,md Barbadoa In 1993 or 34 when the fleet *tv< ),..„ I...,I ., v "'" •' %  '•'a'hi with UH the bedroom accummodat'on ha* Colonel Branch arrive! h.-ir nd :is %  uppoaed to be riaarij iJOUbJad. Formerly th. last Monday hy Brttlan West Inm "VTs U|l I " *' M ""' ,l "' fi" ,h ""1h M— I h,. „.,li..i Y. iii !" C'jllJ,l on Cokml tt' ,ch n 1 ""* fro !" H.l.tHdmd lo to Mtol I would to ,ra-i h.... IhOM Who wUl 10 MOiicr. who ahowrd him rour,. „ ,„,„,„„ „ bv ,, l„ corner, to . %  comoo ; ,n,I ol h,PIU-r Ho.d,„, „„„„ wl at Ccn-.i Leeward Islands' Polic %  -t kick in them yet to bring the patios thus avoiding the about enormous recovery ami lay nctivity in Ihe main Club Tbc Ihe freah foundation for a stable The "summer houses" serve pound sterling dual purpose In so far as they b.'hment •-ice sources said the provide bedroom accommodation 1 raining School, and cxpressei which on would enable thci Ashing grounds Mr The tiivt iiahtai load of IT reached the waterfront Iff! took nglnet. ot CbM Poll,. **SL,HK.J" to K.t Mrltai I, IV.IO.H 10 UM I'd Ihut Ih. ti illowod m %  T I.. I I BrllUh endeavour now wai lo Irr '""li ' winter and f %  Tormululv a sterling ate. policy vertlbl. to fully rquipp.vt Mid whuh would ..top the pp.rent u "" a hom tor family occupuol some Commonwulth on • l ; i n %  " %  """, Thl, will members to encape It., restriction. *gg£ W ,"""" r ld '"" '" All members are beln asked lo So "' h A"'" 1 !" L %  tltok their current balance pa,„ Tnl '~ mls •*"• %  ' ntthott ot d U ..,i,n.iion g? "?•'" '"•" 1 r "/" hc Barbados climate and many lunchgn hope that it will soon Club, Imtaat the brutal redi ction P| the, 'rSl— • %  .„„ .„,., con and dinner parties are urruligudmitted These suggestions appare.i.ly .n^ |n h f overlook'hange • VOlve ..uestions of trade liberal.,-,, hp floox „ £„,.„ .,„„,., lion and tariffs which conference the roc) anut proves nucule to ihe new Genend Oarboats with -n,-unsaid would have to be recoral 'tone has been u-ed exI" 1 '"""' "' Education, school ferred to at next month's meeting „. nBWP i v n lh( bu, W ing. It give. ho*c H.-^t le, actual fishing, and the amount of fish brought into this hua increase considerably Of course there were snags in my form of improvement, and it had been pointed out that it might te wrong to encourage boats with dlesel engines to the dctinnent of smaller fishermen, but it was fail that the oves-rlding f-.cim DtUSl be the great need of this island for more cheap f.-Kl .mil .neontinni' pupils. Since the the Executive Comnnllnwas eonhe old Schoul Ccisidiimg the piovision of funds to lincate and Higher School Ccrenable loans to be made for tlltinu School Your GaaaUlgtfd i:< %  lehoel teim ba* Tuesday, lew schools in Geneva of member^ ol the |h Ideal bOCStfSjOUnd %0 injCft t.eneril Agreement on Trade and M .(i| |1( T %  T '<:-erinl preference.— V.r. i began In Ja like Combcrmeie, chaiige.1 Ihi school year so that It would % begir of the '" Sepleinln-i t>nl> ill Harrison College ami .. T.I -A pupil Ha was a trans* ie, fiom Parry School. The loll at Ilaiii:oii CoUegaj ll now 55^ and at Queen's College 178. At si Mn hael r.uis' KNOOI two acting DUStr dded to the start Ltd. in.Ki C iDtrta I,. T. %  he i %  i lea .. ie>. m Til [lopkli Nt'xt '!Vo Years \\ ill Be "Hard" i Pair 1 that visitors who came her.ID ec the lust example of fine hotplta.ily in ,hr perfect Barbadian • —| — — w *>, Pan Is. At the Modern ST. JAMI-.H ALMSHOI'SK loo there are appn will soon have a centurion. This pupils. year Anne Drakes will be 100 ild. She is confined to bed Nttumll. Miwian .'v of Ds.ember 2 and 3 expedited COBsfMnation of this mailer, and h< therefore had mm h pltn-ui. ll moving the concurrence of the %  %  lt solution that the sum of |10 should ba prortdad In ordai lo f imtr "Metna" enable loans lo be m/'de to a few agrivad hare i -w Cape Town Bahini boat osrnei tl it a I with %  oargo Indudlng ........ in fishing, and did ihe Bahui| peanut butlar, afina iiarnTrOuth. have i>een tharn aal vaa, to biiUd boal enrdltali Tl.ere are Mm. gincs ind I'MIM-, BhO i p.m. and a van era. atraady '• lawortad thiougta th.crown I lha box.-s to thnr ***** *", h,H %  aT**afctassjts>s) Hi ee Table buttei Is ve, 1 '"' h -" " '""" '"' v. %  1, r and the shipment ^_J "illdollW Alw "". I • ihi Iffsheare „...,, out to put more matal or ware euppllea of proaarvad meat ->. %  ( %  ant mora trade foi M-ates and .., %  of d • Britain He ... irpi ad to n nr earnad beef. . ttuinj i'i mutton, lamb, down and not ti fotlrmin Ha termed It af %  I aildci thai siM'h Hung had novel boon dona The nalwera. looking more lltn enaei ihip than a cargo ship. Ha said that If lhay bouffhl H rland and Wi irr rtunarj front an) country • i ,, III,, i... the 'hare should be u guarantee. An> II | Albion l i Ltd. man who could rievei glvo M ii,. gu i inb %  i Mild novel 11 lutlM ntu MAI. MITE The Vitamin 8 Yeast Food SoUstvsmi soe.wij t.e \.ni T. r I M.inndc E rai i!nr M, h, tppetaaStfl ii it i j .luniuis .HC contained i i M rlcmcnr* to aeepmi the bodji Bi lUnen Minnn watcb bow child. %  a Misee, let and anrv need %  hiilc and >'hii'loft II 111 |ar kren. for ages. nd Me>' I i fill D.i C..-t A << i e. i i before year 1953 compared with &71.000.OOU.000 this year. Price Controls Truman also handed Congress a 13-DOlnt LaCbUaUva Programme calling for tighter price and credit Controls, more foreign aid. imI roved social necunty and unemP" %  bonofltt, continued rent r 7^ TI conlrols. better farm price supP" tad the revision of the Taft-H.oll"> Lain rf. It i; even more true of 1092 than of 1051 that we cannot .1u il i mi inter %  I I or Government Pragramnu kga is the rhasfch f>n 1 <~(*•• i me sages '""''' '" **•" ""'""' rats at the ** inv of lha Oirtri beginning of each s<* %  lad b: the State o* ihe Uni %  d wll' be by the I I % %  Ron. E. c. Ilutson Quortad whelhe, coiiMdrrition bad I High School given to the question of ma In tenThe ehaVtarod A. %  %  >., %  u.m-.in|> Limatab • -"<• and as to who) typo • %  ) on '< cooi Rani r"i i In from Now gine would be used. He however Y-ik bringTHUI moo bags <,f soft Adams of Water Hall U-nd. purcha.se the engine. "At IAI -• % %  Bl U h Guiana, being' appointed -" Mnhae^ Lambert Batson of He observe.! that the tost of an r MoUghl fi This Aim-house has 33 patten ten males, 21 females and two boys. It can hold 80 people, bul the most il has ever had was 54 The matron is Miss V. Mottley and her staff consists of six nurs* Including three mldwivei and 1 I rhaun is Renew l{i'#ini rations bare boon n gulai I renewing theii ie *i Irat M I ut Aaani. and •rtthii .. i eni gnat k lha tempo baa m td Ughtlj The Ailing LabOUl 'iiinmlMloni i Mi .ta.k. told thl Advs-ral merday that asoopt for renewfew first-time reglslr., k na, there baa i tan > %  quiel n In %  i>.iitineiit i'. have not yat rao %  i I... %  i Us UH' ear** poasibllllie. foi tml| lion "f West Indian W> I lh< l/nltad Stales. i anv Firv Cheeked I'M infirm ir n.-. Worship Mi t A. McLeod .i .. i. met A" > %  '.i of Hi and HJfJ %  M po. on hlondjny. The large nun:'' charcoal Th* i i UM property of Pita ani Pol are I aganli Hall PUnunon and win The • also burn. 2im hole agon on %  •. ins; crop riw canes, % %  Hill i i JIIIS Village. Christ Church engine would be tn the region i.f etiWfl) gnpafrull and Inn l -n... Ufli„i. rinama *iwes rerand Ernund Archer Of KaHman n,500 or 5,&00 and . I JEwi Mm 'I"'" Rwjd St U**" 1 um jMuarv had lx-e„ mformed that it w %  rlno Ihe rhr..nr 6e-on Ihe 21 wh.-n the six of ihe: v, r we before hi Hll-M \ I them. Road, St. Michael until Janua ippeare.1 ,,., %  barged by the Polic: 1 boot: Cl -,.' I^me"•' ,he Greeny of foui bag. of wa -->H thHe'-tnwn sugar. The Police are charging ihai Ihe sugar bl the ptOMri Harold Proverbs & Co ltd. valued g| 114 9 and Ihe offence was committed on November I. Counsel in the case are Mr K. K Walcotl for Hint .1 E. T. Braiuker for Archer, M B\ Barrow for Adolphus Jones. "arllon Aiinmand Uimbcrt Batand Mr L. Williams for LOSlM have than a few boats, tore likmake a larger coverage EASTER HAMS TO BE IMPORTED A limited on i' Inm and ,, i,. ti. n fi II. boU| | i, -oi.nl I thai dand in lime for Ihe Easter trade [fUhoectOf Itouine altached W| Thl week, the Controller of B*is> he r ID. is pros.^uting for ih %  lies notified loeil imrmrter^ thai Pol tonsirteralion wUI be given to the doUai inissuance of licences coverlna the •he Korean imnort-tlon ef these pimm-Miii'" war These items will bImportad Truman st.d. The productive from Sterling and Soft Currency i i ..m> of the XI-8 .s-aves no room Sources, and Importers whr i. r funt-heartedness or defeatism apolylne for lieenco. i -ut defeatism applying for lieencomu-t do bility to carry whatbefore Friday. February 1st burdens the intermay impose Japanese Goods' Quota ;> Ships Arrive Local merchant* were yesterd > informed by the Controller ol Supplies that those who have applied for allocation of the unused Three ship, yesterday arrived balance of Japanese quota will be in Carlisle Bay which on Tuesday informed of their quota on appliI hcltered only the H.M.S. Shefcit | on u, h i Office neld. the SS. Planter, yachts and commodities ordered on licence, other small crafts. issue* from the above ouot* mu-t The three ships which arrived ^ ailnpM from Japan bat IhO SS Maps, the SS. ,, „ f M „ ch lh)( yetl Waiwora and the SS. Ocean Hanger, all of which brought CLOTHES STOLEN 20/For VfrtsliiTfi I'assfTH-bv Godfrey Brathwaite a labourer of Cagle Hall. ^t. Michael, was '.. pay a fine of 2u in 2\ days or undergo one month's im,t with hard labOW l>>* His Worship Mr. C. L who found him gulrl rAnka s' ; <• C % % %  iflassng was commuted on 16. (>yiiiii!U..iihts Uefy (si*in'\a mi \ i %  i-tion The Planter, loading sugar and and bound for the U.K. PANMUNJOM, Jan. 16 General K,da.way's headquarter -used the Communists Of fast) g the Geneva Prisoner-of-War •i.ns in locating their Rupert Clarke of Coodland. St. prisoner ramps near prime mililo the Police tary targets. in* A special announcement said IS that ihe L'mted Nations planes was stolen. He valued the clothing were in the general vicinity of Monday night hut .possible to detcrBveiyn would not be possible 1 Friday for S; Kills via %  %  i. rod rna i fl25 pri Than put Only ONE bieyde in HIP world carries this mark of perfection The Humbrt uadrinsrk ] Is yos" gusrsawe of Uung auslity, fine ipp*araiwe snd unnvilirJ lucneu). Tba Wo.lJ-s leading gailiiy Li. .. ir anici ilui maik of IUIIUKIIOB. rHUMBER 1 ISa Ariifirral ../ .. Mc,.l. SUPPLIES ///inw^ rum srw ,""""<< %  %  -— %  "Rupert Clarke o added b> the actlvilv in the harM|chfe reported to the ..nd forward with cargo, reports! the lo5 of clolhlna which mine whether they bombed war and with .chooner. dicharictnK he valued at £8 from hi, place prmoner camp, at the Communl.,1. their cargo of West Indian prosometime between January 14 and .aid that they had done, duee. January 13. —I'.P EXERCISE BOOKS hard covers. Ea 72c soft 6c. & 13c MATHEMATICAL SETS Each $1 44 PENCIL BOXES Each 60c. 84c. FOUNTAIN PENS. Hach 72c. & $1.00 LEAD PENCILS Each 4c, 6c. & 9c. RULERS ea 4c. 6c. 14c INK. per bot 8c 8e I4c CRAYONS box 18c. 30c. COMPASSES ea...24c I Harrison & I .. lid. piS tlitu TORS / %  .-.-.---.'.-,--,%•.*,--•-*.* \orin r!J/\lllTII AKIMA Till \TM1M MtON will fi) MthMfcay, J:iiiu;irv 2lsl. Bonk Vour Appoinlmenl To-aVty! K Ml.II IS ITU. 33. BKO\ll STRI.KT



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PACE MX n\RR.\rx> K *W am a. %  T-* CM • I on 1411 \i rOMOTTVE A VMM M !i>r %  •KIIMIVSI. -All o wh I %  A pal) A L Maxra. Advatan d ft rut 17 1 % %  : ELECTRICAL Anpiv LIVESTOCK Hart**! Mar MlllSn. %  %  ,, .i U'rt* iv I II 'flm D s uaun MM fhae*. Stall* Cj-.ltr r*axr' wi'i> %  mum* l.*u> HhaHarrl BmlU. oi *# M-: l—> IndLio-n. oefaar* m • •M and lutiM. l"Ur.aral and lJquoi it.iaaad In St M-Ml Raw Bridealoan %  a av.a caw* ret. Any **ie> miiasla n MM h*> an •ibm.tt—. .lain*** corri.n^c • %  mail •i\cmi II Mmaai Ho. MMMI |1 i %  J.. Itiosi-Fi T IHilSI I IT-iapr*' St Jama* ataiKlin.; MSB, * l.r.iw of land Thr %  I i.ini Uraarir* i.d dtnlns IJ**hf*>l TOOT. I -In nd bain, htodatn %  ..( Oc-idang. P MarWy. Cove*!. A I'nlrrrelftaT K Jnhi.sr..,. Johneon I ne. B Dam.. Hart. J lh" Fui-tcsa* -mrv (.lam* V OaotaJ D H.MSBir daa>. •* I—'' ItirtXM %  !• Bl a* ox ti MftAI %  Harbour Log GOVERNMENT NOTICES -i. Ir.-n M..i.da I .-I • ..n hoM r ri.%  .,.. | %  | Ml %  — %  i,.Mr %  iMfcdtl %  i.W.I hnld myall ranibl* for fc<-i < ,1a. orlra-iara IM dabi anvon* lOltr-NKO 1.AYNF. I.IIM \IIII.MI 7 All cammintcMi"" *no..i.ri*s %  „,. a< h.->l Ia-" • th* hrxl' Mill IIJK.VI Tin.* i-ifbil Alislt-n Pup hnt Afcpl. Ml8 A < A %  !•" Barb"—. II.! %  Ml ( M\M( M. -ii i r. a Smith. *.. % ( V*ch> tnatuytman. MV L..rnW *h 1 7.1 W"ntl* Sab Nl-oe*. ABSMVAL. I Ban.*. 4J1S t*n* %  %  • *.. tn .m Mas. V*rt i t,ur* I** tone %  ' %  Cap* a'<••* Dtimtaim M V Madna. *J1 a-. nav Caa' f>. imiKw.d. -|yiv('r I "' Knt|ii til..ana %  .IV araram %  %  '• • •'• c * > Tart i£i u "!*r(IUl(l POST OFFICE NOTICE Chugai 1 t A all MMt MU MISCKLLANEOUS kOMCVLTVHAI POWCI Un in% aHM (a.l S..rr %  %  . I ft. H*. |fl ft aa.v ilnAuto Trr Company. Trafalfa •llrari. Phon* MM II I U 1 f ri HOUSES Aonm "!' %  "' dw< Huatadl e" trail* n Bolt Dial 4M3 J li 1 u %  %  %  71. BFACH VIEW-On Ihc *". Coat! from l*t Fu'l (utnilia*d ineludiiw Hal Ofaliam Dial DTI. tfa.-rl i-at \f It KOCKLKV NEW KOAI) Nrwlv bui ..^lern ilona bunBlow with Wll-h. ..pbo-ra Mandlns an ptro i.W" q II land. UM* Itouac fcuilt o>i laia* %  att roMiprlamtl thia. badfouma all la i .. Hknaj bathtoom ale kJHMtt. i livind roomwith wondrrful ol Owl Count Corraaatjndind : .i*nundamaalh liiclua aprvaaM rooia. balh and loii.t. i md arad aullabl. for law nobby F,* furthar Intennaiion P*on Sundayai 1M Wawfc-dayi a am hn 17th Jatiuor). 1952. Poal omcc 01 tettowa — Di'iliiafion Bermuda CtOlda (Dirrrt) .. Cuiml-i (via Timidad) : a -thould b smendert rjcnprai Poi omc*. %  Mr. JffdUMiy. I S2 tit 1 52 2n i AIT M.nl Schedule An M-i]^ Will IKrlnwd at the Tli 2.30 p. 2-SO p 2.30 p -' JO 11.45 B r DM m. Tuesday %  Thursday m. Tuesday in Thursday MH Friday y. it A CI-ARKE. Cok ilal Potmaer : B [-•—A bungaiow Ml %  9TKV/AHTVILLM".. m -I Hocklai. CntlH Chuieh. .tanair. „„.._, II ! -,-• .• o land M>n m PafeM Kn-.-l '•• %  • | diawlnaai.d ilin"' I ICttaii ale -kK-li SHIPPING NOTICES POLICE TRAFFIC RULES 1'..i built*-Jamaica Cricket Mauhes at Ki-nsinieton Oval on Ihe ITW, 18th. Itlh. Hat, 22m. 24th. !5th, 2lh. 28th ..n.l 2th I l muary. 1952. RULES made by Ihc Governor-in-ExecuUve Committee under section M' sf the PtAico Act. 1908. fop Ihc rtstllattltB N trafrlc between the hours of 10 a.m. and .0 p.m on the days on which Cricket Mutchragainst Jamaica will 1* played at Kensington Oval. • 1 In these Rulesvehicle" includes .arriag-s. wagon*, carts, motor vehicles, bicycles, tricycles, vans, h mdcBrts. trucks, barrows, and all other machines lor the por .age 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 ol Lakes Folly and Fontnbelle Road only and shall proceed in slngl line down rontabclle Road. 3 Between the hours of 10 a.m. and 5 pm. no vehicle shall, proceed on Fontabclle Road in th. direction of Lakes Folly, except the motor-buses on route No 25. 4 Between the hours of 10 a.m. and 5 pm no vehicle shall riWr K'nmgton Gap from Westbury Poad. 5 Between the hour* of 11 a -n. and 6 30 pm. no vehicle shiil he parked In Fontabellr Road from the Junction of Lsyj< (unction of Westbury New Road. 6 After 3 pm. all vehicles Icwing Kensington Ovil shall do *o by way of Fontabelle Road. 7. Between the hours of 5 p m and 6 30 p m. m Milcli ball enter Fontabelle Hoad from the direction of Lake-t Follv except motorbuses on route No. 25 and all vehicles approaching Kensington Oval shall do so from the direction of Westbury Road. 8. Drivers of vehicles shall oi>cy all orders given by any member of the Police Force Mad* bv the Governor-in-Exe utive Committee this 14lh day of January. 1952 Bv Command, J. C. KING. Ckrk. Executive Committee. \i;\\ suns II WIH.E THEIR OWN CARGOES %  ..-;aihelng designed for Brit;ir chant navy. Thev will be equipped wl'Ji their 04F0 machinery for n-ndD in bulk—a revoiutlonl Use of more of these ships may result in a relief to the country. •d transport systems taking more goods on ahort coastal runs. Cement and Coal Thev are being specially de%  %  -iwd th-it Tior. .nncker :i gen..IKI money Tne iMMiaa rontam* drawlns and dim", nm, 1 Mdraoina, kllrt-.. a*c sslltW f i and %  wrarnmar.l wii lirtaliad BaiIrourction b' appaHilnwut .lh 11.* %  i i vi I > /I \\V|. I l.l I MA\/ urn .UKllO .'.trxlsnnl Th ptorartr will ba al t n Publl* CamuMltkan al Jamaa %  It**!. aVissSa W sr il |H .air f OSV Friday M .nrtanl. YFA ARWOOD a BOVCF. AUCTION 0V1 N--1 a. tM lilts* n>p ol Ilia alova va thai l>-a>. ioai .>-. in..i m oreUna . anil da*a II n> Iraa lime ai ...nHally Fltlad -ill. .par "'•III In haal ladH-alot only SI T H v Utm lUrriann. Ilardwi Slara. Broad ilraal It 1 SI 1 wiT arU M rrlat lllh al I p It 1 ItsdKMarnay a <-. Illlmaii IUS mod*l rV.iil>_'** Wri 3 %  Ban*.. Ail-Sieal Body and i __• % %  .— %  I — cidn Tt""i CMB 1 MtKF/i7i aln--t or |*ra* and al raawnabl. prlcaa %  *, ... .lioaroatn tr dial •*! FI-*T-0 I,.,. .::' : Ganlnt FUrH M-.i-l ISIh pM-K.1. ol Unnnal Major you can con iiM. St lira a. Flulufr"Iwlv ma Jrrr* lor Llhl nmldina* rlr iblirom Slack eaniaal B P tltiMON SOW B Co. Ltrt Dial Ml? IT.IM-In Mexico rsasM Big StajaT V.\|:iiivit>r MEXICO CITY kxKO : %  ..all 1.0 "> Wn "' l".^'' %  *J2S p. -tei.t %  -. 'ion i* .ome 700.000 t m %  year. Uada. "" %  %  **• %  • %  prod^ 1 ''' • ill bo PIS. I '-o 830.000 lofU I I.r I960. The plan includes Dlt> iUng 120.000 ti>i if sugar 1" Me.ii '. to p event %  ndue incitase in prise and ir ;i<"'.it."ii Mn offl-Jai of th. BBslort -it %  74.060 ..crei will l t" the scream i I tins wll %  inu-rmil prices." I .. .'-.u. ::i,.i Of n gM in Mexi.-i :,i || lufflCiCnl to meet but i" ikei fiiporti .1,1 l.i VeTIUlH-.i ,, and pugi prochi V on tlie list of expoi. items foi Which lie* R aqUJri ;l v. i Ir l.i.f. .iry |Q |n UT1 ron-timer %  i |i ( t ||ii turn iose i %  30.000 torn :i yejai fron IM0 %  it. Only linep 1*7 has produ. lion lie":. to i ills' ilomcvi' had been 8 • %  > npoi t i 1 r P w A\II:II HEL> UNDER THE SILVER HAMMER NEWSPRINT RV irronunriidatlon* ol UeSssl A.rni* win sfH o minAY ir. 1Mb at ; P MUSHMI. *" OB. Ud Warai-ua. l*i.rh*d. • Boll* Na*apeint ,lr~ J -'flat* TRBMS CAW BRANKrR. TROTMAN at CO. UNDER THE IVORY HAMMER NEW %  l .'. w .rP 1 taili II n >ailn 1511, Jan STFAMF.lt Bill Pi 'TIAMIII %  III! STF.AMF.R aalla STF.AMI i YORK MERVIf-E ii. Jan MtrnP) R'doa ISIh J "TH.. lidoSHi F*S>. IBM arrive* B'dot Btin Fab IBM "NEW flRIEAN* iaTITPOi i I*I arrive* Br^o. in-, Jaa iwit IBth Jan ai.lv lido. Il'l Jan ItSI ...iiva. Ilii| llth F-to |M1 CANADIAN tElVMjS VABD MAN-For Umar-l i I'lanlalloi paraon II I M ,li I AHi a> DM manaf* amah .lor. |a I in m IM Inf Crop, efllcr .M drmrtaii K.t.t. raatori f I M li >1 TrlBHJt'KB Waaaa al St.p S "AIXOA It)lNTF.R•< •* Al.' iA PF.<1A11'S" • i' OA ei. \N im A HTXAMEK i .. M i i TMUM LTD. — NKW fOBR AND GULF .CRVICB. APFI.V:—DA CKMITA C4 UTfl—CANADIAN SERVICE Ball* li. i.. Mth Nav 11 Itlh Dae fl Mih l>a*. II A"l.-. ruib>*M %  th Da*, it Mth De< SI tlh J*ny U 7lat Jany. i-iihii \oiiri.s N.l.,.. .1 Mwhin* Opeiatar . i in pavwm wiili %  rrtth IVwdtif Eal.tr> A 1 IT I '1 SB v. li al I'l.ANTATHINS 111 II.DIM; IIIVIKK BnOAD STREET C i i i.i • r Sales \.: i i> lor. Trans-Canada Airline*. UO.A.C. ana B W I A. \l I n\ STI \MSII1P ( OMPANl relephone Vn 44f.fi PUBLIC WORKS DEPARTMENT. DOMINICA APPLICATIONS are Invited fOF the post ol Assistant Engineer. jn a 3-year contract. The -alary ..f the post is between 2.880 and 81.340 per annum, according to experience, plus Cost of Living Allowance of 18 2'3% of salary. Quarter* are not provided A single man Is preferred In view of the difficult housing situation. During the period of the MOD ran tfc re vill be major I jetty construction, building, bridge, and water supply works. Experience is required in the taking oft of quantities, structural design and detailing, and in the estimating of building works When submitting applications the following hexd* stimild be used: (a) Name in full with date and place of birth (b) Marital state and details of lalnll) 1*1 (c) Qualifications and highest educational att.unment (d) Engineering exprricm-i. thevarious types of work being separately enumerated and some measure of the • the works being given in dimensions or cost. Applications should be, at least in part, in the applicant's hand writing. .. '.. The Director of Work*. Public Works Department. Dominic will willingly ; .riwe r any questit <-. applicant niisjht wish to address to him for a period up to two weeks from the Bppearaoce of this ad v ert i se 111 e 111 Applications should be submitted lo His nsstiour Ihe AdminiMratoF. Dominica, as soon as possible. Government Office, Dominica. .. _, 31st December. 1931. ORIENTAL SOUVENIRS SILKB. CURIOS. ARTS vr.N'nr.Mon. SKDAS. JOYERIA* Y ARTISTICAS CUKIOSIDADF.S TKAIDOS DB LA INDIA CHINA a EJ1PTO THANTS Pr Win Hry. Bt Dial 3486 NEW AMERICAN GLASSWARE Jugs. Tumblers ll*he< llnwlt. and many othe tlr.tlne Hems. I,. V,. HuhhiiNin & Braad St. CO,. ITD. Dial 42i? V//////rVr*W'V''''''''' V ''. A MODERN BATH ROOM is a necessity and with an... c ALL-WHITE FORCE\ LAIN GEYSER a warm or f hot balh Is obtainable in matter uf minutes MORNING, NOON, or NIGHT a S ee them Al Vour Gas Shoiwrooni, and %  book one lo-dait from our n\rl shipmenf. JUST --.•r*.**-r-.*-*-'-'a**'-*a'a'-,---,-,*,-.--*-,.*-'--.•**'-'-*.--'.'.*-'.I.OVT •& HUM) LOST UQUOR LICENSE NOT Id The apj.llr.ii.ori ol Enid QUtBa Iliml. ol I"e Mount. St Pr 1 mlaaton 10 **ll Rptnt.. Mai %  At at a boarded and aBBM itlai %  >—t in rr-iilrnra al Tl,. rVb-r Dalad thi. Til. day ol Jan.. T> SVI1NFA II Nl RSi: I.J I t.ianr-1 F.Nin r.ini I1F.NA rTINDI An.""** NH TI... Spp tt OBtlaB a h.ld ,• |v ,-. i., .n.lav. thr r. ISS>. at II n'clock. a i" SVIINrV II M'K-I rl %  RALPH A. BEARD l ; l-erty WORTHY TOWN DUNLOP^ TRUCK AND BUS TYRES ^• %  a-* 1 FYFFES LINE The T.S.S. QOLaTffO will be arriving from Southampton on Friday. 18lh January, at 9 a.m. and will be railUni nl 4 p.m. the same aflomoon for Trinidad. There is ample first dan accommodation available %  Apply : WILKINSON & IIAYNES (0.. LTD. Agents. Phone 1230. •.-.• -.*.'.-.-.*.' •,-.-.',--•.-,'.•• '^aaaiaaaa************ --.•-..-.•.-.-.-.-.•.-.-.-.-.-.-.-.-.•.•.-..-.-,-.-,-,-.-.-.-.•.-.-.-.•.•.•.•.•. %  .-.-.; EVANTON • %  t • %  .< • V 1 %  . .-,," p %  %  i.a. HANDY AMERICAN TOOLS 1-151!IL .'.•^^^^/'.'.•.'^.'.'.'^.'^''^•. % %  • %  • %  • %  %  %  •^ %  %  %  %  %  %  %  '^ %  %  ,' IN TIME FOR THE flWfLI CANE Blll% IE.VTHAI. K.HlOHH'.M int Bread & Tader Sis. %  "BAM BAM : BAM I | -_ HIM IS NOT BIH." j !" (Nobody)"" %  BIM %  J| Vol. 4 No. sss| ON SALE Lm lYrKYXMI.RE SBB FOR SALE OFFERS INVITED lor (suh)rtt lo prior |aM Surplus punhrrd and hihlv rlcclrd RradiBrlcih FllHaB Hull. Iron. Iho I'.M'hanuiDairy of Tnroni l.lmlloil. ( nrapichaim. Trliiidad. B.W.I. '! \ :irs ..l.l 1. "CAROM VICTOR" 2. "CAROM COMMODORE" 3. "CAROM CAPTAIN" 4. "CAROM SERGEANT" 5. "CAROM CHIEF . "CAROM CORPORAL" P Purr hrrd Purr hrod Bfhlf C.rad.d 13 inonlhs do 12 do 11 do 3 All atari hull, am Rnvinr Tubrrculoiii tnle*. Fan slifiild Never Motor without . SOCKET SETS — OPEN END SPANNERS BOX nnd OPEN END SPANNERS SOCKETS from '." to IT TOROl'E WRENCHES — RATCHET HANDLES EXTENSIONS — SPIED m: \t I -. WM.Il'N WRENCHES SCREW DRIVERS—3". 4", 5". S". IT And LARGE SUCTION TOOLS DOWDING ESTATES & TRADING CO.. LTD. (ECKSTEIN BROS.) Diltributor. ECKSTEIN Phone 4269 -oBROS. 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Tllt-D TIURSItXY. JAMAKV 17 1*3! KAKII.VDOS ADVOl All; PACI TIIKII House Authorise Employ men I Of Factory Inspector THE House of Assembly on Tuesday passed a resolution authorising Ihe Governor to enter an agreement with a person to serve in the Labour Department :n the post of Factory Inspector The salary of the person engaged will be at the rate of $4,920 per annum and the term of engagement will be for a period of two years in the first instance subiecl to renewal by mutual agreement. Reasonable passage expense* of :tul here, they .. 51,440 in man ami pay him %  sjl-uy mot. rectlon IIKIV ber knowl.-. laws and n %  of the U.K.. on the part of Labour Department officials, some local *ervant with an Bssfjtude for engineering, could be found to available locallv the Secretary of do lhe work .s requested towards the Ml ( '' *'erson in Ihe United Kingdom Manchester and York.hue wrhid The BeerVtarJ of State hn bigh dan The c.ovCouncil Tuesday thai U of the He said that Urn Factory ernment should take steps lo 43 boat* which were damaged but Truman's Military Budget Is Near S54h. WASHINGTON, January ilitaiy %  It .r Thr . .bout sa.smi.o.M.000 lor eanMructkii % % %  m.l ..ry !., ami .n.i..ll. idlBOOmlll operations of the Defencr !>>partmcnt The remaining $40,200,000.00: — \ %  %  $7,800,000,000 Ice* than the jot. • Staff seught for the Bet : year b*'intnng next July I, < ILIHtt/tl If Of MS For More Trwlv With ILW.L OTTAWA. Canada hope* to regain l.K.lft* il-s Ilrl|i \Traffir IvfatfMgBf In Saei Quid Zon' nadlan importer* will be I to 50 par cant of (hoar average exports to the individu during th %  < I —B.t'.r*. I.HI-I,II iiymi fc.iii-rpntr a-iing at wi aegm< lured by one of the en* ul the NoiWttiian naseL .MI the pnuengerand <-rrw o' the Enterprise had been alckad up after abandoning olilp. but the captain. Kurt Oarlsvn. r*fn-ed to leave hi -.hip The %  Enlerarl.e" w. out of Hamburg and bound for New Torfc whan *he ecc altered what it rte%cnbed •toe wornt gale 111 the Atlantic for half a century LEGISLATIVE COUNCIL APPROVE S70.000 FOR FISHERMEN The RetTDll the Colon) I Setl lonsldcrlng Ihe recommendary. In moving thc concurrence of lions of the Flaherll Resolution for $70,004) to < .HI > COOOaltUO, lhe Govemor-in-FxlArvsttH'k Industry Host ///• Of Hritish Virgin Is. nployment of a mnn for t)U t repairs and replacements of eci I ttoe considered that On Janu hiKbjet UA. Jan ie i K. W .t -i. and >ear Inspector wa.v regarded as an id< man and one most suit-ible to give the necewsBry information with regard to the local fact %  %  t>e passed so thai the Factory Inspector would an lo *ce repaired wa 111 %  ">• %  i"id a 50*", frer the axplrafkNi of ihe two—yoar the water aajaln The Resolution *;rim or tn v e sU ff l c 'he • ^iwfJ (iRre.-d to. Mlltv of apprenticing a ICH.:,] man Hon. Mi Turner told thr CounhP cil further that_ work "w in procame out %  mtanec should be given to pern n i|.., Vtrail I boata were dr^troyetl Itlfi n:i mi 1 ndl rh.it .di of the figures must as aouroxiiuate tluc llritaln .... ut. flvenauon.. „,. ^ an export n %  ......ll ia3 budgat • Con• TraaV n Januari iui i mad Horn erai m the t.rfal o, In no ca n al note Je ni.mtns oi 1950. folio-. %  btM otnrtal iourci iai 1 Ihi I Mi. ts Urtorei ""uldgetthc Norwaj P^ %  ibcut $-'1.500.000.den, ami lot to expand from lt co-operal 1 ,. %  -t JM> winga to 144 rrattc. "OOO %  %  U I lMI. Hi loi the Service __^^_^__^__ ^_^_^_ — ^_„^_^_^__ 1 would \ m) $14,500,000,000. The Na %  %  The Aimed larvteBa oikginaii> %  11 bnnon dolla-i : it.u> conatrueUt n M> I .otlllri 1 I PSUU I'UI Arm] and Navy IS ;ii n rjollari each, and the Air. %  b m doUan tTrtt lid have eniibled the I Dd up to 143 wings lale in 1*M of ly in 1K55. Hut Truman, upon OH) K' ^ We>t in f>e11 lli.it the figure* were I high 1 type of I ir-ni! Knr H" 11' %  Uau i failun deficit m 1952 Sr.ollill. Include,! In lludgel %  ll'iwinr bHMlfli lliiM.iu ..tllelala tenljvely set the milltiiry spending I.0111: Ovt-rdue Mr $: he look Inspector on two of the boat known as the typa In asking Ihe Council to approve Mr. Vaughan (I) said that the of the Resolution, Hon. Mr Turnfactorv question in this colony cr recalled that on the 2nd and '"^J %  ..is long overdue. II was a di?3rd December lasl rough seas de^riod Too Short grace that this Island had a troyed M an the Icelabour office for seven yeora and ward coast of the island, and a K H d. aU <:) MUI lb,1 dld nol h-vc a „ impeciorahii' further 4.1 were damaged in var>,1 thai tha F.nt".,. tK|) i,„,.,i | )V ,hat office. '"^"I^.v .w . ^ -co Ihe labour Office canfMtt be ~ He said that the total number nf < -"V, r "f "w. l, .,.' 1 in serving the paopta ^'"f ? '" "* *"" ing him or sending for wH hout a proper -y.tem ,.ft< %  "f" ,""'! Hpertorship.he -sniH. 1' WM ready for Uie flblimt: seau by aerl0U*d> reducing Ihi BBB supply of fret!) li-h when the rising coal <>f other f.-i-istuff was causing gre..1 and in addition, it put a consider' able numtier of men out of cmptOJI when alternative employment 1 rasjai .. time of fhr y*r>r • %  that wai Ml th world DM arorl 1 today cnhll coals. ., ffi^Tsa.s us. ai-iSK % %  ;•• %  deatro y ed, thev could have been M ^ %  ,,,.., %  -i .,Unn $12.oon Today, they won coattng $o,oou. %  pi ranched the evaed 1 o3 Bh dag ,_ %  eotuddardd thai nearly 1.000 given h.utt work to do, |>rr .pi,, WPnP employed at the [ache could nol M H gAcatai sj II Iw u.: ire Before him. „ ,...,,. "f h* opl, (,.,„ /onicnti.ii since 1828. When Major lo wolki he SH|( |, Sunil uf iru ni ago on a work ,„ 12-hour shifia, Mimlai-. igreemetrt, he was given eight-hour shifts and some In IBBO Incrcnaed nterj greater than h(;ur shlfl5 ,. nt:h ( ay> whril that which was In keeping with ha(l WOTRed IR Koura %  day. narticularh tttfncull tu get rervantx. At the end of three h ^. id workeri e |M ncn TS Inveailgauona were made dJy, day following the calamity and ihcfl'he machinery which they had for ... Qovfrnw-m-Kxeeutive C..mmlt-| %  ": ta nW to consider ways .ind"^o,.l.llie ,!.„,, st im^ssMe to remeans of ar!-nInlaterlng iehe| t,, 1 COS*, Utd (M the needs of tlshermcn. and lo set ealamlly was a very timj> Ion %  Khame rdl ntplncuU < 'ti"n olwh.it i.te the eonclUlon-. \hh-li olitimi'-d today tiickiinc pracUeal l 1 it <5 hilhon dolaus. i>fi however, pavgausnad ilveaiu-k Indurtrj Tbh II] 9 1 H mm u> asprova $4,200.Banwneba' i**dlni provudon of funds to put dieaps tn htterc IOJMO ibova Uua with all of tho engn 1 boats which r S.-Vlrgn. 1 1 %  I %  going an the AlrfOD form the %  UDtaCl "f mother I 1'iuin.ins budget al-.,. will lutlon which WOUM OOnM bntori |„d ( requests for funds for I < Ihi niin-Cnioini naterial requir... %  , „. ,, ,.,,.,, ..id and rapker ot ehpilini "f atratega matartal •_"/ thr granbi CS0O0 aa ^ eesad lural credit; E2.0OQ I %  brendhii porpi 1 1 00 fm :.uut $5,OO.O(KHMIO Tin-domesiii imprtnenv it-ny budnat of $53,^00,000,000 plies. The nccessor for the n pi %  tieipaliiin of funds beinx vnMd nd na moved] that the Council lutlon Hop Mr Cuke said that this 580, but the calamit) 'pu"t"out"7,f | xlll "l"' '•"' "f" 1 on ,.* h i2 n commission about 50 i^r cent, of brought home v*n fort U ilrend) l.iunrhed. and eenotis condition which I You can fly almost anywhere via With its farflung network of routes oatonding to all sin continents PAA will gladly help you plan a trip lo any of 63 cou"tries and colonies. You will be amaxed ot the wide choice of -owlet, destinations and coiti. Furl he lishmc t COIlfci'll' MTVJ progrc %  %  %  e. Imprc. • % %  il 1853 would !• % %  $6,2001 OO.IIOII ie*s tliiin the appiopiialinn of $5.llH).i"i0.ouo fOI the lunent II' Ten, years, he had done m little that Ihey would have lo renew him (or three years or give htm a %  This present agreement win for only two yean if Itaav bmugin a factory Inspector here for two il the end of that period Ing ti. need his nd might then 1 lllte statement of to the post Hon Mr Cuke said that if toorrow anything happened, and have 1 [he ii> ind G % %  1 rnrnen launch The ton,,,.., the 1 ml 1 iivcMo-k nKiustrv effen hope -* Hi* bi Vaughan said that the Gi hould sec that they go: .1 proper man, to sec that he did %  %  when ha lain, •We nave had loo long the rl ,. ,. xhf lBJlk nf 1 ,. Icnj Without having -:!_,,„„ an overall '"fg^ gagf u .. 1 be sntrugtod lo the F,*h.wr. Misft a,i • kg mat ro,..,,., Advlaory Conunlltee. ai %  hip t. ti 11,1 1 in the colony He 1 mediate relief 1.. ihe unIK-. then' ''' fortunate r*ahermca who wri too short "" "' 1.1 %  dependent for theli UvellI that the 1 1 on the fishing orafte not do bettei ihan to paaa '<•"' % %  •"' '' itratlon ol reao UUOO II U was u fact thM %  '"' "• the MILrehef. which did I 1 -.he BeaohJtion he'oiwthe "" ( b ^."eCi"; to) wl "' '"" • %  H • „ M. he Jury wd M %  ^'"" ; W %  "•" ,he um of ov !" MAIL NOTICES that thev A. .id 1 know the. someone In the aervtoi %  ..technician. He id mat the/ should itavo >incone at on enh ced coniplimeoie %  %  %  b %  V, 0') DM ^ 1 I0 I"-%  an Una rear li'i nedintr Mea-ures Apex Oilfields Capital Rises pm] %  act UM r of that part f UH fishing fleet, ^teps had Inevitably to be taken at %  %  prori gned rl thai time, and it was not possilile Vi itime down nnmeOiatelv for fm U^ Hut il havi been mo** leprehenalWa lot OovernnMM to sit hack until the ;. 1 ,' .:< %  I I . 1 I •> l were taken to order ma-g %  u %  'a :. g %  ugjoj raetortet > %  ., axordlni 10 uw company's and lo make enoulrli and u few other men. v our, and to make PIfta*. I 're : % %  h years ago the (tshermeti would hnvibeen able to replace by themselve-. wherei.s 1 nverninent had I" BV ''' pnrl of u ipii 1 aaatri * Ith loans f<'i Ibi 1 think lh;.t the pooph ... lolly appreciated the ... ,111.11 which ha it %  II over the whoat .f thc W'' ihl I,., ru %  .' LUllldllie mat rlali had goo. I and until such IhlAI happrneit they did nol Ron ii << n Evelyn was glad j IU i" refei to the quo lion il ipital >--\. ,:,i ... 1 '" ary, bow%  yen II orden m it would be three or fOW ft • % %  parts arrived. The Resolution was agreed to l %  .,.11 11... %  .,M.. IBB I > /YI/7> or EXCIIX \tih More linliMir-i.il. SugaU Pfoditctloii ixiAKAKTA. I n doneeia. I i A giant of U S j.i5.ooo t,, in. reaaa the producUoi %  ul inurave the oneJtb of smallholdera* sugar in Indoni Li to %  %  %  • • %  1 within ihi I approved, says an Iml.i:.. i,m < %  %  >% %  %  rnmanl anne a t riUl money will IK.i|(Cllt H'l ufai-cwne null*. ihci %  ejulpnwnl 11 project "' aaeelal Im %  I 1 heii' in aa 1 %  m 27000 aerea wee %  I %  111 IH5.. .in" ••< UJSJI I" expeded el •arl) Ihroe 1 When the Ob I 1 by m do...hi. he • Btiipmanl to c provldi %  d that lb 1 %  %  xpacted ihel Uu a %  ul ittle and powei -.n 1 1 .ai result in 1 1 nai Inane 1 %  %  g othei equtpe • 1 1 %  %  %  1 ., king-term credit I -nr i' NEW YORK 1 ,-t m MOP -II it %  Ilia Hit Riblmn Sei %  v 1 PVI i>r Hv vh Saa l-ii 1 pap : ir. BMBJ Venexuela-West Indies Mexico |u ludjai shb la %  %  1 i.t.^ %  liabllltli 1,343 About ten tears ago be Provision l to the same at ci'-;t;i4J inveatlMi .... appepredj to l> %  % %  ,' ., (, 1 ik11.704.199 In the ing there nl1 ' ' lit ,H He knew that generally *;ieakl>2^ %  ing some."ie wen neodad %  '•' '' .... %  •*. Tiehnrt space of tim.' liveries last ye^r totaling J.ons• Facton Inasnewen on a 000 bands of eruda proper I WK* '''' n 3.si.ono gallon at cnataig 1 .. %  % %  inspect 3" odd an bea 1 obtained from 3*1 —ji.r.p %  %  %  could be tepelirri were now m the water and work was HW. m prolypa of the Hathshoha %  ... It) %  • The ReeohiUon which was be|0 the financial assistance "hub T'DAD CONSIDERS TRADE MISSION TO U.K., CANADA PO I -OK-SJ'AI.N Govertin a the ""' %  %  '• a trad' mission from Trinidad to Ihe United Kinjgdo %  %  I .rtuniiii s fir The qta dhlfl a dele• 1 tubs Pn "' anpany At the time. i was proposvd that Mr. A A Shenfteld, f.-rmcr Adviser, and two othn %  ah r. sound anon ledw SAVE HID # 1 1 .... ... UM Wrt ln-Ur. tod na I Central I M Europe-India-The Orient i ,,' ha 1 New Tort I 1 1 1 t, 1 1 l 1 . < 1 %  11 hi Agent or WORLD'S MOST IXflRIEHCIO AIRLINE PMAMERICAN HOMO AIRWAYS BOVRIL makes a tasty sandwich A sanJwi h made wiih llovnl is a real meal n ininia-ure Everyone enjoy* thc nth heety flavour and gooUness of feovnl And : olten—one 4 or. bottle el Bovril makes M vandwithes h) give to the nsherm<'ii of the 4 %  ide should h*| %  r %  d IOM '.1 ilam-ue. ,<| r -led to make Ihe trip WHITE HORSE Scotch Whisky The purpme ol atgCsl '*ithcut words. Here hoi that tells, p) words, of *lii,kv lo\innK bleaadfsla loggj BOVRIL PUTS BEEF INTO YOU ntil it i* as noble .1 *>coi ( 1 as ever came out of Scotland. -.!• PBariSaaava M ore profiUblo w% production will usually followwhenaf-fdini' pki calling for Ful-0-Pep Chick BtaVtaVA Growiat Mash Li used. fUL-Q'PEp St'llinfi #!/ iaffaj U TODAY Barbados Annual Review. .{/iro.n Advocate Stationery .•.-.*.'.-.'.*.-.*.-.' /.•////.V/V.V.V/AW .-.-.*.'.-.*.* '.'.ENAMELS* ilihilllinlliliiiiiilV-""""'" %  'Simil MSMMMLSt AN EXCELLENT SELECTION Top-Btvndad English (and Other) Paints • And Good Qua lily It rushes Barbados Co-op Cotton Factory Ltd.



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fiatbaas* -^% TT Afrboratr f PRICK. Hi the O I pre— B l Comrrmnwealth Finance Talks In London ted West Inui.r Arthur Lewis. In a feature Bl tide m Ihe Fineiu-iaJ Times, he points uui !hc disadvantage to certain colonies of the continued accumulation of "vnspendahl.-' fVrrling bfttinces end peadaati thai they will go on rating throughout this yew .ind the next. Tins will happen, he says, beca me ihu colonii p praei %  it.-it ion at the present Commomv.alU. Finance Talks and therefore have not the opportunity ot "directing their aearchllght upon thoae British policies which prevent them from getting an adequate supply ol From Britain." Profe points out that the colonies are only a group of territorial whose sterling balances alt the time. EXPLOITATION "Britain talks of colonial development." he oes on. the contrary, its the African and Malayan | who are putting capital Into Britain. For the Ftrtt .since Free Trade was adopted in the middle of the 19th Century, the Britiah Colonial Sjyatem lias become the means of economic exploitation This reauU wasn't intended No aaWlishman to exploit the coloniei. To those whi, realised what was happen inn the present system was • %  ca.ise .* ;,i ..nn. iI unforeseen and unintended result ol economic policies winch had kept Great Britain insolvent the end of Ihe w;u Professor Lewis says that the disadvantage of the inconvertibility of sterling to hardcurrency earning in the colonial is obvious. Without exchange control, they lose nothing by membership of the Sterling Area and gain from the free movement of capital. But since 1945 clearly worse off than they would be outside the Sterling Area This, however, is not the case with those colonies who would be selling their produce for sterling whether i\in the Sterling Area or not—which is probably the majority, he continues. They would still be earning inconvertible sterling, would still have to spend it on and would still have to accumulate unspent balances. The way to make the sterling convertible and to stop further accumulation of balances. Professor Lewis says. :i.< BnUhh manufactures available in such quannd at such prices that they displace dollar manuraeturee both m and outside the Sterling Area BRITISH METHOD The method which appealed most to Great Britain stive method of imposing ruts on dollar >: U holders are forced either to %  U or accumulate still moi e This was the debtors' case; creditoi hardly !>< %  expected to accept It. • >r rutting the colonies' importe,'' Deludes. M The colonies are exporting the) import and are building up large balcannot get all the imports thev need. y capital goods, and their development pro.ii consequence retarded They are In effect, paying Britain for goods which nol deffvei Must further sicrilices he imposed HLQIIRED NEW TOOK, Jan. 18. I MM img cnaH : %  of Uu> Commonwealth i rlther ol its predecessor %  .t.on thai Oi*nWuaUea %  %  The TiaMe recalled "in 1947 the' of ihe : 41ar shortage. The cmil Britain but the sterling area a* at whole Hut mi th.if ..eeasion llkel •'iH,.„, n oMUd al I* be stated m ui i %  i ; %  %  | %  ON lerlinc area Lut tawi sterling ana In hun no* Mtf out of balanr not only with 1TMI but With continental Europe and tha non-sterling o lil a. a whole. | It is obvious that the problem hM now reached the point wbtrr I %  %  the complete u'-examtnnll. n of the structural found alien* on which the *terling j 99 J rARKIS, Uio Haguaent < n^Iodiao aufcea an ritoit to -v? in Hifoot hall mtea bet wren Vie Baibado* BaWMteai ind the "U" ''urn il H.Ms Sheffield ,> Hi.i; • moon The nut.h ended | 1.V01IT Of til* 11 M 8 Hirfhri.l —r.r Jll.flpilt'llt Raterrved in Iiisurunrr QHC GRENADA. Jan IH ids Leraeale Justice n <; Manning today reserv* i Bant •" % %  l ifUM SUIUBJ IOI the %  company had addressed .,11 >,terilay afternoon and part of thi* morning, the plaintill '<• eoumel was speaking next nil the luncheon adjournment when the decision was di tei red Hoaten for ih defence, laid Ibi ethei ought to ROftpedal eondtUooa lq denado during Fvbruar) to March ing that ihe Administration had hfled tin B ..nrv the day before Die data Ml which thf lira took fact tin %  I lifting ol • abundant row %  I v. I] I I Eden Returns From U.S. Talks LONDON, .'an lti FOREIGN SECRETARY Anthony Eden and ( Sir Oerakl Templar tin Inted British Comml itoni r for Malaya, New Yorl Templer. 53, was nai ad q • d the lash ol \i \ %  Coi n ... uenlla Borce • Ma He to %  Sn Henrs Gurrn y killed in a CnmmuruM ;tmbusl n jui iatl Jul\ —— %  Kdwj Truman and Canadian oir l>ut mainl. H i ti led We did m I in make any -pe< H bm to review the woi 11th mn Aim i lean (1 i i 1 %  • on them Next Two Years Will Be "Hard VTASHIN' %  % %  %  %  i.:!: III ihe inausl i M. -.one I ... IM|| l* I. %  %  I %  .•led .uiUx-fc. in hwWH %  1051. iir no d i| lupplla %  part of II gramme of %  %  %  I t reach M,00fl %  In xi FISHERMEN RESCUED '• On ol Hall Moon Fon. si Lucy, John NorChecher Hall. Si. i.ucy Ibert Qnndlaon of Black ". %  i e*cueo %  i %  On re 5 %  %  %  11 Ian | at the i the MhwJ . I ltd at the %  in laid lha reliai ct m ihe — i tlm ease. >:it there i .itiilitlitt<*•' 'I J I triiu iemiin. ned -.. t'\* hiii"ar racl ournood. LONDON, Jan. IH. I I • rnern-. %  :imittee of the ln-|ful than to : it Sugar O eua d li cto dli %  with inietiikliniial jgu-eii \i!i meet m London • %  Mai %  i Th* purpose of the moetli up the draft ior a nr. e-tabiiahmg the abaenca "I trail %  %  .-.. %  %  oncUided I ttween <-...:. p. Egyptian Police (Kw Drlainnl CAIRO ... lUahl anni ..:. %  I 1 %  (I %  II poue. found %  House Pass $1,385 To Replace Paris Of "Investigator Hi)l SE OF rVfc^fcMBLY taag or* r$l 380 i''i n phi %  D. II i.. Cwaaunina (L] .... iieenbtrN to the addendum •' that ih< Lioeeiniieni Surveyoi ppM | ha led that the bronxi pellet --• | i I 0* rd IH'^IIIIK and sine nl tj.e rube H, a. i Mtdition aue iu the Bsi Ion of the me... Il I I nuneaVafd i epucemeni ot the vi\\ nt* % %  i .. .:... OtUUAO .,. iformaitpti %  I,.mde,I : %  Kim • %  %  | rung tdwi V :-r at the launching of Ui %  v.aa no but iiinotioad in the fil beasod la mam lhai Uv Mafl wen ippoh i otaKaMI \..'emrer l. Iienee the l-v.it .uile %  . .. ^.,, %  %  I lie banks wheri 1 na %  i hi had e >>ii MMWt wai .'. BrlUln and the US n %  lie published Bhottb vajg-np^rr A*id thai %  I to IVfala.va. M HJti kl as ijomiblr." He said. It ,• ., UNafJ king Ir.r %  %  -i r. Mr \ r On 'l.i Mr. I Qaiaard l h H.h.dl ill %  ; %  %  : %  I %  I COMMUNISTS Will. -FIGlll TO Till. HEXTII" 17 W.I. Islands Added To K i a.n OCkel Kailgr PANMUN %  H v. I i %  LOMDO 1 < 17 tonal! %  %  | %  %  %  ,. I %  Churchill MailiMember of 9oeieti III CiiH-iiiiiali Bllh TVrritortc^ ., .Ill IJ\ l.\4. A MISSAI.I fGTON %  .rchill, ttauneh than p %  : %  I Empin Wednetda> a %  hatodHari miI %  %  || hie f I ..mi dd*"!i male %  .* ii aw* %  Tfv i". %  %  1 t r. "Investigator* On Trial Run .... ,i ti ..i %  %  .. Dolpl %  in hei cabUt. %  u mada a/lth i view to ma Una; n % %  %  %  %  %  WiMiatm. I %  Ooddard of (he <, i tment, ^ waa aboard 'he gall MUgwtt*. I H • Ifhl • %  %  The Allli i %  %  %  I .,l tl %  .' i i Crown A* l %  tinK.-iilfe uir gumufai %  %  lo iiivr |he >'••"' peewag ii . from in i | of i %  I %  .. vhwthai ti ,,. %  i.. apem Mr I r Miller It.) .... i, aagngQ am d on ii" raphMS II,. beat Ni %  %  i' i beat, one wautd r %  woUld 001 %  DU kfldin %  %  i. ; bwed iir i ummiiii IL) aald thai Ua %  %  to* wan Ihi lillW "d i aaaaa I %  He aaid that th. NWI MM at the paajuoal of '• Diroc,1 %  ( AjarteulMn and am mad r Crawfnrd. Ihi nun.in Sm*. MII Df Shipping i luaUned nun amo pohtU HM report th.it the doVM I boa) "ete of MCh a n.'ii be* aaould be lemedied .it ih-irua i pa abl • 11 Mtuoffly; \ %  -, \ • rOH i.nneii.e, Hi ih.it gflOtft Meferring % %  tin i •*made tut St < iiinmm* fatt, iQa' -lut imtnl-! knei the i Ihf I..! ,:> i-J MMfM m* stand up ID niettl •"iim. art agft. Mr 1 II MwUle. I ititO MRjw MJJ" u-w he fell it ^ avoaaatj lard ' apei i u a Wrti *lnch waa abuut two year<7M Ih wondered I ihe w> *otn iienl realmed lhal bJ %  i it type "' m.-.tei.il from tha sterling />•• iilv aimltier mean* of exptoilinj rolonlae> He Huggrnt.-d to the Oovernmen* of the fact that thev laaaed \al w*ek. wu.riev (.., -an <-' %  • %  .i,-,'.', inacmn" iv In iheir boatf. thev ihi ••riefuii. into the matter HI wiintivl to know what ti | 'Km oi -mati ioat 'nei he if. aftei putting machlmi tr theii hoats for two years, they VMre 'hen nilOd Upon t replaethe *urV.-inl II. I thai moeteni %  . and i' RSth in dfi I >1 'mm *ngl %  were not itn * Oa page S AMI /'/for p erms %  nthe I %  ... i Hie Alhrt %  %  %  %  %  tttli %  I Hi _.rei 1 ihi %  %  %  Police laak Fair inloimalioii i It; SiabWetg bjcidem Policeman Shot U Cuhti %  t UI) ...i. j'-tnfeafai %  (• %  >\-IIM \MllIVM%  otilridllnE x radle-telephone et loeal Harbour A shipping Department >esletd*v. I* eeeet meaaage frem the "In\ "ituiator" at tea. M %  %  f'tig news that Ihe wan off |i-l.i .ithe mensage thai the I i iveMlcaUr. -telephone %  t t.lghthouv %  p the Harbour Mater*i Ofnre at Nortpe COHMM \Unv\fler Shijiurerk Anna M Nur* .ind Midwit* af %  %  %  paaseaawi i. nj • • • %  • %  %  %  i %  %  ,'niiii %  %  i %  % %  I %  I i %  %  %  i, Htorm waters before ON %  %  • lilt lIVi whip on '(• b* .II b behu I i'„i. • %  h : %  build, iii %  • iw hat. ported that u. %  %  %  %  • I .. ... %  %  ACHESON M*NO COMMENT %  meiit on tl Japan under Ih' Agreement -iftc tha I %  Such .IT % %  paper, .... i %  our tun* Hi %  —ti.p. Prw eh RovfiM Hmri Bock '<%  .! Rebela %  %  %  1 i i %  %  %  %  %  —t'.r %  Ue/jf rteg MJUKd ra 8ERGER PAINT AT ALL HARDWARE STORES CARDINF.R AUSTIN CO.. LIU-ARMO



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PAGF TWO BARBADOS ADVOCATE TMTRSDW. MNVABt IT. IMI V ICE-ADMIRAL Andit %  M i present here i On his rt,;g Ship H.M.S SNe#M-|d g-ve a Cocktail Hurt) on board yesterday evening from 6 to 8 n clock Two i pinU were invited AntifuB Holiday M l BLES t,. fly to AMICU on a short holiday, She 1 arlll bi %  way for about ten oays. Grenada Journalist M F. RUDOLPH KNIGHT 04 the Editorial Sl.m Indian". Grnid' new---paper arrived here tWly llns wro on IWO ...Ilday. Formerly on t.h, I of the Beraada* Ilecar.lr, an Old Combermrn B H Barbados last March •*• ei ndti toottHbH BI '< % %  of matches ag.imM a local >etm. Canadian Senator H ON. JAaRS A MAC KiNN' IN %  %  %  %  %  %  lot a le* dry* ago On the Lad* Ka4nr> p.i, i : lad -""i n tu ted ban yartarJay monuni i" fajub Catting K\ WEPDIMCS H npar rrl hv h. HaTTy D. Thor ra Buett-s nt tha Marti %  Hotel. Third Visit M B AND MRS C H OAB LAND anm iiiwng Of from Cainn 1 i I C A. Th. i. tii. ii third el %  i?i ra '.'i | ... C 00 in View Hotel nd Is President of Red I .in' Limited. Ottawa. Leaving To-day M U FRANK Dl B i Jockey who rode in tht (Trinidad Turf Clui/s cr.risim.1* meeting fur Mr Trestrall is dui to a b dot to-day oa in•*•] to England via Jamaica, Ha a II apend u short holiday In Jamakj before retUXniiig lo England in late Febru uy or .ily M:irch. J Long Leave > ni holidn>ii)g in liar•' on long %  %  side". Hastings. She U on the stafT ol Messrs lii-*rr Brag in Georgetown. Her broth'-. Bill who is with the %  k i>f Canada In Georgetown hope* to come over to Barbados for a short holiday someApril. Flying Club MeU T HK barbados Lighi n Club held their inaugural meeting last night at the CharaSiOl of Commerce. The meeting began shortly after 8 o'clock. Omc< :. were elected and severe I mutters. Including the purchase <>> an aeroplane, were discussed. W.I. Tour MAURICE McGREGOR. itton Manager. TCA. Atlantic Region, who Is at present in the W 1 QB vMt |*> Uirnad front his one da day and it is u#i that he plans to leav* -.!.,. f..r Jamaica. Back From U.S. M R. K. M. SHILSTONE. Km* S UeltOf and partner of the i |Ci n C ottlaL Catford and i who had been on a 'lie US., has retur.ied tr Talking Point Tii in*, not llior a maw trill *" mueh as lift up his UUlfl (ntfli on ifour behalf unless he im his ft la II. Faraoq Isenthum Incidental Intelligence F OR people who like to take Iheir exercise sitting down i skating—.Saiurdau Etmtraa -L.EH. M' Bid up to limit at once and cut out the guesses | 'Long, a 1 M I oi bidding the limit %  : i in Standard EMdn A v\dS> f Is often the next round tl he inrtiunces the 1 lull value of his hand and leaves the tlnil decision to Ills partner I li has -asm some time (or ima technique to be generally %  %  re in tlie -MtDi' ol making light i and their partners lean %  ratta rais.ng muster a >.mp? ra.se on the tint round, no* uida Four Spades, only to loae Sou point* KIISO there was a lair chaace of beai-ng roui Heart*—North luriiu.g up w.ih a diRrrent type of head. .' i. .-i, ma] M that an immediata raise U> Two Spades would i-vr bought the contract. It does not make life any easier lor West, who uughl laoR the courage to r.-bid at the Three level oppoti'* a silent partaar Tii'principle is Uie same it Souths hand M • KJI2;*S;*JIIHI; iur.t) : *. K IMLfSl?; • J It): The score is East-West game. %  iipens One Heart North Did* One Spadr and East passes makes a rautious pass West now I Hearu East Three and West Kour Hearia whan tii.> nxnes iuud ;s 10 htm that Four Snadea might oe a rheap save %  like this : V1 Biakr' So Soi •t" ii West again opens One Heart at Hie same score. NorUi bids On. Spade and Bast Two liearu It i fatuous for South to bid anything bul Four Spadra First. than must be a good ciusnce ol makina it. ahaiever North may have for his oven-all. secondly. Month anil have to say Four Spades on the next round if Easi-Wesi go to Four Hearts It thai Pour Spades may not be on. but the immediate Kitne rail leave* the opponents i . in;.It >„ %  -ur.' thai South u SIT. rlnng Ins values—for all theknow, he may have a real frrak They are loss mrlined to double and %  .... a plunge Into an unmakeattkt Hearts TODAY %  I 'Mill M((M IMI uuin .OM. .1 MBV4IIA ii. •( OM ••• % %  rI **' '' >t M.SS „ THE SEA HAWK i aii> IJS — • s a aas > a ntan ran a na si III i i %  An IDA LI Pl>0 fr-j-.n... VtARKBTT, MII>\II BAT. IMk %  Absaii a %  %  %  aasal %  IMS X TMtlB LIVES mtn -i sWNif i v NKTT t\i)oi Hoa I V I. A Z PI AM A m'l'lu. tAIFti'"""* 1 .IT %  "T "AMES EMPIRE TO-DAY — LAST 2 SHOWS: 4.111 & 8.30 P M. RrpuMIr Doubl. : ADELE MARA — WARREN DOUGLAS — IN — -lilt INNER CIRCLE" AND lOkll IHHIliC. Film Show In Kiikland. he Is under contract 'fokio She %  • /. HCLEN fESCUSON pl.YlNCl lo Saigon. French lii'lo. China, next month for two —^MORROW nighf. Film Show i Augustus Per*"" as u,ual at 8 1V *** P">.u-sDii British Military Attache i AMERICAS COLUHX; .LBCRT DEKKEB wilh JOAN DAVIS .penlni! Tomorrow at 2.38 -V Ml AT IMI'IKI Hb get away from the cares of the home and the cares of the day SEE A MOVIE LIKE THIS KILLING A UN ISONETHIFiS... in four partsBritish •:, %  \V.-.tern Isles (an outown. on. M Ih. Ur>l lUI ,„.,>,,„„>, .,,,,„ ta II..1 m"l SSSST B*. loi ding 11 U* "ChaHta CViaplaln a: the Bank." i .Uirinn wl.nli ttmc hiMcood ..I Uat PMneh M.IIII wa a iu<* al ihc-1I...I...K. Il.i.l -TMB M can be nfC tt U TClM Prime Miniiter Brosdcmli ,, Mr. lluir hoi*... lo rrlurn In lh|. .....vs Mils Ferguson. M. Gliv-li..,*r n ;_L. ,. v West In.li, Ml fnt Ihe olon alrea.lv hu | h.„, .,1.1 ,w_ %  Trlnldni lirl Club'> I9U CinMaerranu rrad] lor Ml brlda n QiaHT HON. w I N ST o N pond. I\ HUHI The Woman Who Knew No Fear t (Milt iff* tt m PMCE OF F/i/ve /// TMlB/GT/ME SPORTS MCXITf B M. Marl Ol.l. i meeting. Satgon. Ml i ..ii. small, fairli.u'i'.i. L: .. i i. | : i I %  I ^li<* %  ill I litabli S neon's hot i i mate M PI mperturl I M by UK umcuit military UluaUon .7, MI IrKkH "i my Ufa in ihe East. I am used hi it," she gaya, Sht %  %  %  **• iri galgon Em hro raw th> n icniitu h\iin in i CHILL, l*rime Minister WABHTNOTON peevish mood, you feel imhling about petty mat>ti might do worse than the case Of Marv Falh-n. lust died in New York. of Great Britain, will address the nged 82 U.S. Congress tonigltl. The bnadIn the place where she lived Ixheard over RcdlfTUsion for the pJist 42 y.-ar>. Mnr> was %  i tn 8.IS p.m loved by everyone as the most popular i>ersinn they knew. id i ehaerfulneea und charm ay word. She taugfal herLOVING HIS WIFE IS ANOTHER ... borkc ROYAL Today Last I Shews 3 A S.I5 'aramount Presenta : Joan FONTAINE Joseph COTTEN In M I'll Mill It II I lilt" Short Vigil It. A MltS AXafTjNSO B, l>e due to leav l.:Vi Third Round %  ton in Barbados llicv have been here i I |S,t optli It was not easy to do these things because, you aaa, MaB v-...^ |uir.-ily.rd from llnnek rv^tll nurd round ol ti 1. colonial golL louriiaincm bai II badOi ond Tnnlrind lakes plae lo-day .r tii,. I(< klci i,,. i %  Dd Oountrj Chlb and to-morrow afternoon golf fans arc "UrMfg forward lo UM "Gulf Exhlbi to be given by Mi Kinie Wolwutrts, Monday Ihe Cioll Club'WiiiH-r Prt I Barbadian In U.S. A FTKH holiday ClarM, a n Ing in II. W.I. A. n.,1 mloyabU -i\ srodka' h< .. Mi %  Glad* dlan now resldNrw York. left bv for Puerto Klcti on i M |hs li-ik I*->ri AJrwaj i bach FRANK WRR—'• I 'I I: %  liilnlnm i 11 4:111 |i.m BY THE WAY % Iteachcomber "A TOO lifiidly mathrnial.il %  ** solutinn to .i iliiruuKv. BM] ^n artkle, "may i. gd In disutai How true I knew iwo very HBaU man Thev aravi imtii poor, ud, balag KOO.I .it n %  ,, %  t" th.in thai lh,.y eOUld boUl wear one large oven %  >' ItUtC d of two small 0s money. So they bought, cheaply. from a big friend g rorn-Ou1 overcoat. By their calculation! thai gal ment w.ns |uM twice as largr u> ,,u\ two ov er co a ti which WOUH bavo iiiu-i ihi-m Hut when ihtwo nt thtrn started to put Ihe bli %  in. the cold hghi ni rea* >-i :ii|inti i Taw Uttk iht they h.ai four arms hetwean them and that the overcoat had %  >ilv %  v. Wl nek result-! and they had %  B.B.C. Radio Program tinaWAY. JANUAsn 17. IS5| tl 11 %  %  II SO m l H i Ilia • %  • i %  ii ao ix.m TN Kwi II in p m \. i MS 1 .H a.m. — 11 IBM is ii* DaU> **\\.c IB p m Mli.'hn. I< ThMl X ataai %  i at gaarl %  < asaar a. s i-> r "i Cwnposer <>' ti m v th* pm Naw. AMI %  %  %  1 |> m OutMi-ii.v PsaBH i.ls— IB is —. — HJssa s tu. huddle Into tin gwnieiV %  h putting Mfeve l/i uiivrly potntUm ih'lmtr P IOLOSOPHl Rfl bavi Ren <•balCT) which is id. absurd sight: tun men wearing ..ne hid. oc oau .-..in wearing two nau M\ OS*n expeilanes u that whilitin two II.. %  ill ,n. Ill ; m itch rtlu i way, DM man En Ihe two hnts, provided that he Can tergM a hai .i (.-ii he looka, bo graatlj Inconvertlattced it 11 %  for him to balance the two hab. one superimpoeed upon than it IN tor the two men in get linn heads .vedged closely •n balance the And M forth l'n dim Do %  ill depi-nd on Ih, hats' Ih li it dtoes nol n .iii de1 '. 77*i' iiitmifii'* luillvi L FS COCHBR8 DK HUNTINGD0N8HIR1 the belli ., „. ,, ,',' till" ll-lll-l -III %  •• wl IICI riidad by El w A Mi l). ,,„.,„,., uU 1(( h U.S.A. She was staying with %  'i. -IUII. I lo i.-r .IUIII Mrs. E. Scale ;it "l.wiville-. Baxters Rood. on the i-isc of MaiHlngd^maMrs Oabm H (Voll III and IV>. sul( %  | i I.k of action, A mere parade of tabmen, bowevar beautifiiiu devUad, glvai Uttlo ehano for choreography, montage, DOUf. nlilolugy. and all the rest of it Nor does a cabman's elothi' e lind itself to such Dalcroxlan eurhythmies as Turami'i' f playing Stevens, E J.I double t'nlte-fmv and saiil-de-lm.p when he raeOgnisw HiggS. O. N.. and Hott, F The Una! massed effect of cabmen Is daring, but drab, and the miming of cabmen's names and Initial! i, on* i lentous, VvJAJftsj In ill, wilh tm I T HU II IIC had arranged for; a i'h,'i. %  to pick up a '"> %  •sal n. Ihs Arctic, and fak.ii t 'i" n Quebec hospital for Christ 1'ia.t. But Of BClttsH) viiii.il,; the BaUasog have .. as ---ii VICIOB JCIt afONLIM Itirt m %  IHHII UVIS UN SHIM— t .o< BM Ihsm *h.li t, no mot* ...'.. in 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 Fine Range ol Children's and Ladies' Shoes in ail Sizes T. R. EVANS & WHITFIELDS YOUR SHOE STORES Dial 4220 Dial 4606 Hi— ~rr1 1 t i f r %  rxvrl a ~ n %  '.. OPENING TOMORROW. 5.MD \ H.30 I'M WHAT CHAHGED HIS HUH IXiii A UOSttl OF HAH? The vinn ia>(hi d-*p into lh h#ed ol a "51 jfB ^A -AA men oho i u m,d •. (ram God ond is uini rea STIRLING HAYDEN VIVCCA LINDFORS THOMAS MITCHILL TO-DAY ONLY 4.3U & 8.15 REPUBLIC WHOLE SERIAL %  DUK TRACY RETURNS" Wild RALPH BYRD anl OTHERS OI'FMN*. TOMORROW — 141 & 8.15 and Continuing DAILY Flooding Ihe Screen with Heroic Advenlurc Savage Action PARAMOUNT Prexents "WARrATII" Oaaar by Teehnlcolar ; Stiii %  %  Dd O'BRIEN — Dean JAC.GER Forrest TUCKER Harry CAREY. Jr. BB THE SAVAGE SIOUX IN BLAZING ACTION EXTRA — 2-REEL SHORT "ISLE QBT TAB!'" 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Balanees Accumulate

(From Our Own Correspondent)
LONDON, Jan. 16.
A CRITICAL VIEW of the position of the Colonies
relation to the present Commonwealth Finance Talks

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Colonies Need More _
Say In Finance ‘lalks

‘Unspendable’ Sterling DIFFICULT |





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THURSDAY, JANUARY 17





DECISIONS
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— —— RIE Srvr CENTS,
House Pass $1,385

ia Replace Parts
Of “Investigator”

& HOUSE OF ASSEMBLY at their meeting on
iesday, passed a resolution for $1,385 for replacing certain
ine Fisheries Experimental Boat.
H. G. Cummins (L) who took charge of the. resolu-
tic ibe absence of Mr. F. L. Walcott, referred honowr-
able members to the addendum which pointed out that
the Govermment Surveyor of Shipping had reported that
the bronze propeller, tail shaft, skeg, lag screws jin the
outboard bearing and zinc of the Fisheries Experimental
Boat were in poor condition cue to the serious deterioration
and corrosion of the meiul. He had also recommended

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mist, Professor W. Arthur Lewis. ee eet ee ee eee urgent replacement of the worn parts.
In a feature article in the Financial Times, he points ria ; hae tie Pine rai Aisehene hic i tha: Honourable mem- — r member for * — —
the disadvants t i i . > sh bin tes ieee) acne) ers were quite aware JB the nad given notice of the resolution
out the dis. advantage to certain colonies of the continued of the Commonwealth countries Investigator was the = last week on behalf of the mérn-
accumuiation oO jnspendapie sterling BE nees ana now meeting in zndon wi re- ‘ 7 for S Ate
accumulation of “ynspendable” sterling bata t n Lond n «perimental boat which did a ber for St. Peter.
predicts that they will go on rising throughout this year q es a re difficu ¥ decisions by oa | sreat deal of deep sea fishing anc He said that the information
and the next. cither of its predecessors “for the Ise vestigated the banks where, which honourable members were
: }simple reason that the situation) flying fish i other fist ay be} seeking was not on the file whie
This will happen, he says, because the colonies have |is more serious.’ Sent” Ye akan diaeeiaee we van Ghix’ Hidded to him ive sae
no direct representation at the present Commonwealth The Times recalled “in 1947 the | oe a ee Nene “pietay iat Le oe eames: the ‘bell ‘had: rune
Finance Talks and therefore have not the opportunity of S Win Me pares Th of the! J. PARRIS, the Regiment custodian makes an effort to save in the football match between the Barbados haft, propellor. rudder stock anc|As fay as the launching of the
“directing their searchlight upon those British policies wey aR vant + _ % a | Regiment and the “B" team of H.M.S, Sheffield at the Garrison yesterday afternoon. The match ended lag screws immediately and tc} boat was concerned, there was no

: ; ) 194 , acec ri onl a effi 1 i ~ » file
which prevent them from getting an adequate supply of |Britain but the sterling area as a}— ee favour oF the E.M-Raphemeld. replace the skeg (date, but he noticed in the a
manufactures from Britain.” whole. But on that occasion like! | _ eee ee i rronaaaie reten teame ae ‘went

Professor Lewis points out that the colonies are only | the first problem it could at least | i ¥ i Pes ee must heve been launched sround
f 3 3 Tau 7 be stz on 5 a” ataaht rw { ‘ = Pe ., | must have nm launched &
a group of territories whose sterling balances increase Ree nn Ree Ae en etul Tus SV pP lan | MyM, &. Cox (1) seconded | ihe same time.
ali-the time ‘ dollars, | . ° Mr. F.C, Goddard (E) said 1 He said that the. survey was
: es =X eae Se eeent eae ae ec b ® ‘ue » ‘was true that the fishing seasot | song at the request of the Direc-
, EXPLOITATION complicated, Not only has Brit- ‘ oliece ( hief thad already begun and the In- Ae ot Agriculture and was made
“Britain talks of colonial development,” he goes on, ain s Po n wersened as the : vestigator was needed at thi], wr. C, E. Crawford, the Gov-
“but on the contrary, its the African and Malayan peasants {/f5t, of the sterling area but the| Oo e e e s time (> investigate the banks it | omment Surveyor of Shippin

: y, its z N \ peas ts sterling area in tur > Men th, 1) mts + | pair eae Sle : ernment Surveyor of Shipping, 1
who are putting capital into Britain. For the first time | seit out ‘of hathase’ thes: Gage tte J J . etamet baer fi i rou Neg eon * we jualitied man who pointed out: in
since Free Trade was adopted in the middle of the 19th the dollar area but with continen- ‘ TON error ey LONDON, Jan a8 | | however unfortunate that thes: {7's news wat ce anes ie
Century, the British Colonial System has become the |tal Europe and the non-sterling FOREIGN SECRETARY ‘Anthony Eden and General = ; CAIRO, Jan, 16 epairs were not effected in th pe —ee, of nih» aes =
major means of economic exploitation.” ae: ld as a whole. j | Sir Gerald Templer, the newly appointed British High ’ ane eee ag eee sday |hurricane months when the boa HE i pamnitie oppertuaity

’ : 4 t is obvious that ! . sd aah Ree ethktve. “ablcrn, : . — y _ {night announced they had detained os toes ci Ss ss i 7
This result wasn’t intended. No Englishman desired A in Pago lt sol pe pee € ommissioner for Malaya, arrived by air from New York. | Malor General Btcbanmwied Ab 4 o-_ eg ea Pm As far as the Crown Agents
to exploit the colonies. To those who realised what was {it urgently calls for the complete! Templer, 53, was named High Commissioner yesterday jdullah Raouf, Inspector General} renairs would affect the efficienc, §Were concerned, there was no
happening the present system was a cause of shame, It |!€-examination of the structural} @%4 assigned the task of wiping out Communist guerilla th a. ae oe - sea ie “troops (2. the beat in the present fishin i eye e peta mtr

: r ; . 5 a 3 . "COC alavs . peren : " am oo. Te 5 ‘ who was arrested by troop si aan alli a o that effee ans
was the unforeseen and unintended result of domestic | /0Undatiens on which the sterling} forces in Malaya. He succeeds Sir Henry Gurney, killed \ oP pe) pi Rebir Wesnesiday tm easdD: OF Whether She WoMG. | teferring to the remapiee= made
economic policies which had kept Great Britain insolvent /°"* “Tess in a Communist ambush in the Malayan jungle last July. 'in, le to continue Her duties unt iby the junior momberatar 3
: > . —U.P Eden id that the Britis! k oj f of Stat ese part were ordered an ; (
since the end of the war , ; = ee ee eee heel pa General Erskine’s Chief of George, Dr, Cummins gait ttyat

; f ith T an % Sanadis ~| Brigadier bin Goldsmi ‘id ceived x y » guals
Professor Lewis says that the disadvantage of the | 1 A 2 aon hae eae yi ails - he — p 5 e aa ic Mr. V. B. Vaug (1) enquires cam hee ene W _ qesy Ss

. ot one . 4 ° 2 ; 7 _ 8h ; mé ylall po unk 1 th lage ex . vas . ‘ti é reser yas
inconvertibility of sterling to hardeurrency earning in | Judgment Reserv ed ext | wo | su essful He said, “as Mr.jcept for a small group selected to }how long the Investigator was i a bo pd a up boat
the colonies is obvious. Without exchange control, they | ' i Churebill made cleat at the ‘out-} preserve law and order would be / Service f better quality which “wag im-
lose nothing by membership of the Sterling Area and | in lusurance Gase ! lsct, no sensational developments| detained until a full enquiry h Mr. M. E. Cox i said that Caan ee a aa :

se n g ? S€ ; 0 art ,

: rc ae \ ; we to be expecte . been made va ipproximetely three year J 2 .
gain from the free movement of capital. But since 1945 | Cdibwasyiinue can: dew us alte’ { Years Will i “ e ae cemuntenee “Pritain’ erack Guards trooy w that the boat was in use in = = ee =
they are clearly worse off than they would be outside GRENADA, Jan. 16 ° cv 1 ments, but to review the world|cordoned off the village of El Ha M. &. K, Walcott (BE) agree [Xie . Gevenienanite-aire
the Sterling Area. His Lordship Justice R G seene with our American ffiend miele s ar a ! Ec eens and after Tinhat the image had to be re Nebel ha felt it was @ ho

Bs 2) iy j + x . . ty ‘wae 7 ( and in Cx ‘’ ri a ,.}a@ brief gun battle thrust into the ; vut » boat had onl ial eet oe a

This, however, is not the case with those colonies sence anaes reserved judg 66 99 a i 7 orem, Renin ited as little settlement where the Britis! ot ny < ea gene By ell “"h) [lara to spend money ou a bogt

who would be selling their produce for sterling whether | after counsel fa, Insurance cai Yi e ar o ideal.” we NO") said they captured 150 policeme: a Nhe te ketwre af there wa PWhich was about two years sid.

they were in the Sterling Area or tole in alter counsel for the defendant ; ; {and a number of armed Egyptian 2 \ He wondered if the —Govern-

rey were in the Sterling Area or not—which is probably company had addressed all yes- He said that he had returned| Sporad fri ove ipin ierantee with the makers © Bont realised that to-- compel
+ . * . . . e Sporadic lring a hipit me ralise

the majority, he continues. They would still be earning terday afternoon and part of this WASHINGTON, Jan, 16 | @@lier than he had expected, ‘ hed the n oat nd , the }(he machinery for the material | i. to buy that type of mate-

inconvertible sterling, would still have to spend it on |™orning, the plaintiff's counsel] President Trumay in the annual} He said Sa tg taceneeeees was | Pritish returned the fire wit Me said that the Crown ame ‘ial from. the sterling area~ was

wi dhes —- ad . 3 was speaking next till the |} Message to Congress today warned |Peached in the Jashington talks|-; af . : renerally bouwaht the goads fo . z rs *

1s s00ds 2 y wa ifles guns pang tin
eee ods, and would still have to accumulate unspent luncheon adjournment when the|}that the next two years will be} ©" the exchange of paw materials rifles. and Bren gun ur he colonies and the manufac unin, gpowine means of exploiting

a Ss. decision was deferred. Hosten} “hard” ones. He said that Amer-| between Britain and the U.S. But jiurers of the articles were ac : .

ahs way to make the sterling convertible and to stop for the defence, said the otherjicans will have to give up somé full eee of the agreement wiil istomed to give the Crowt ae eee ee dace tees
further accumulation of balances, Professor Lewis savs side obviously sought to soft-jof their “enjoyments.” be published shortly, “ " *» \ Agents some guarantee ’ =
é , § S says, : fits 4. 393 ° ae : BST Vs sed last week, mone
is to make British manufactures available in such quan- cae sonatas in Grenada dur-}.. Hu. predicted -cutbackains home} % poaeee ser nee My ceclente COMMUNISTS \censamn 1 F tl tor : én (o fristal Ina ;
tities and at such prices that they displace dollar manu (ie Renny t2, March in stress fiuitdiaan, the production of were-[' Progred fo Malaya, “as auickly| src, (tvctinted, o.anow, from iE tm their bous, they should go
: : : - ; t é stre é vision sets ane ouseho em: ,| * " * Sasa, So Bh? ) 4 membe ri te > 2 air . 5
factures both in and outside the Sterling Area. lifted the State of Emergeney the] and said that less than : nan Of j{ assignment, but I am looking for- W ILL “FIGHT ion whether he could ss tisfy th: peerefully into ate or Be
BRITISH METHOD day before the date on which the|new autos will be built this year *@'d very much to having a go | House that there was such : pwanted to inew whet the pow
The method which appealed most to Great Britain oe = , es as a hard} as compared with 5,300,000 in siti TO THE DEATH” | arantee and if so whether th be if, after putting machinery in
was the alternative method of imposing cuts on dollar 'and went on a long time atter the | a aes is SOO abr a A ene ys | Z ty Rated elas about to spdn. [their boats for two years, they
+ « . e & Ce supplies ooC & . ri ad be e surser V ‘ Pr Z se .
purchases so that sterling holders are forced either to | lifting of the Emergency of which | Trumen asked 2 os , a ae | < W I I sl | PANMUNJOM, Jan. 17) | n Agents or by the manufac. pwere then called upon rete
t i 4 nan asked { x ea . i M, Jan ie wn vb § ‘ » parts suggeste x » su
buy expensive British goods or accumulate still more ,t%¢, Court had heard abundant) of more than 000,000,000 os} ~ oH. ISMANGS ©... Communist id | ' on Lassladhion auamibhsts hiss Tt»
ct ] T . . ’ . evicence, y 1 4 1 rey
steriime. ; fas > "ase: ¢ , é th tie 1 ath oy | Wednesday they ll “fight to the ‘ : ‘4
ws : , m ae: io the debtors case; creditors could | arc chiens eae: ave a | art of thy ant ( omm nist ™ Add “d T watts lay. the i fh : the | tr, F. E. Miller (Lh) wanted t ifn said that some: ‘nompeten
1arc ‘iy 9e expected to accept it. | previous fire occurred as well as Nani = ee een . oe 4 e oO Allies to ir prisoners over | know o much mon@y wa }person should go into the motte
“There is no case for cutting the colonies’ imports,” ,road-blocks, the assembly — of |, oh oo aie Pre |to Chinese tionalists, This state. | being expended on the replace fand if such material from Prgler
Professor Lewis concludes. “The colonies are exporting ;¢rowds and the prevention of ee aoe eee Rocket ‘Ran FE | ment was rv Chinese dele. | nents for the boat. He said tha’ fwere not wp to standard then the
P ‘ ee . © |vendors comings > capi a “RO-basri Tur st ie! sronze Her was in “y should be relensen — tey
far more than they import and are building up large hal | ” ming to the capital} Gaiman eaten ' 19.0 s sate Colonel Tsai in in j when a bronac propeller nyoney oul
a a f BPER HE. conid wo he exolided thor : uma imated i 0 : : i Sieh ba Be Nis: dn , yw , shang . i » Uniler
anges. Thay. cannot get all the imports ao vt : wid be onnling oe om ms ‘eae: ease i Gu a, onerinnt” fan 1k debate ove e excha ‘ alle ae ie or rl ee, Se fh the United
. é $ \ ’ enera it 1 1 riclitic pe AF N, Ji risoner pect a as ates or anada
especially capital goods, and their development pro- of the island at the period, though t will men $8,000.000,000 | Britain agreed to add 17 small| The Allies want to give refuge | boat. but they were now findin; Mr. M. BE. Cox (L) said ‘that
— are in consequence retarded. Ld ane side argued * tine if a zs 18 poe eee i i in islands i the joint|to ten of Pocieand of ¢ hine | hat after three years such thing! }there was no question of -eom-
They are in effec swine eS dheud Ne tad a material time sucn things did not} )'«' eo ane Le -American rocket range in} and North Korean prisoner Me iad to be replaced pelling people in the fishing in-
she does not deli ay net ing Britain for goods which take place. Henry, for the plain- B16 00,000,000 by June 30th, 1953) ihe Bahamas, the Foreign Office|do not want to be sent bac! Dr. Cummins (L) said that the {dustry to import items from the
ee iver. Must further sacrifices be imposed tiff, said the reliance of the;*unless further vigorous action! snnounced on Tuesday night Communist rule. Tsai said that} nicr member for St. Peter whi {sterling area. People who were
on them ? aener on ae in nae ie pete eaceiat ae eee The islands are the Turk and\if anybody dares to hand over at was responsible for Fisheries wa prepared to import engines to
rowec down 1c contention o 1 Presifen Aik 1a Peder Oc gro hott 1ep i cies |of the personnel of the Chine ad i . wt
rs . oa ; this case, but there were no hap-|rendine will hit. 885,000,000 00": ie SCD Oe _ eee = Peoples Volunteers captured by |"! his place neither v the @ On page 5
/ SHERM WN ' Committee To Draw venizes in the district concerned to $90,000.000,000 in the a'1460 square mils The Foreign | the other side to the dea na
on the day of the fire or the night @ On rage 5 omice said the agreement was) of the Chinese people | BEAL TY AND PROTFCTION
7 y rT ‘ tenabling > Cc t cide E , z General ’ h eae
RESCUED _| Up New Sugar Pact 77 oe ere, oa eels igned in. Washington on ‘Tuesdas | Genejanes™®, Ching, Kal She
jeven in the ghbourhood i ” ‘ pe Pe ite nd will ht to the dea
News has been received that LONDON, Jan. 16. | The law was a lot more merci-! Chure 1 N e | It will last for 25 yeor It
the fishing boat “Oreal”, and its A Special Committee of the In-|\ful than to give the condition in} " h MI : fad oh the t + to BOER and lan \ilied deles gure
crew of Ralph Briggs of Halt] ternational Sugay Council, dealing |the Policy an interpretation which g a * fuided missiles in the are whether thi mates
Moon Fort, St. Lucy, John Nor-| with international agreements | would put the onus on the plain-| Member Of ‘ iociely yperate ships and planes necessary | me nt Rec OS RP POSE ay
ville of Checker Hall, St. Lucy | will meet in London on March 3.| tiff to prove the cause of fire, but} oO . Ci : M © the purposes directly connect ems by > 5 Alloa apr
und Delbert Grandison of Black The purpose of the meeting he had proved he was covered in { Jnciinati | with operation of the range choice rs es hy alae eas
Rock, St. Michael, have been] {co draw up the draft for a new establishing the absence of civil Lost month the Dominican;@Ts on the rt ing, a)
rescued off Grenada, Sugar Pact. This, it is hoped, will; commotion or abnormal condi- WASHINGTON, Jan, 16 Republic ratifie the 10 home Red . '
Arrangements are being made| tie up with the agreement re- n- in his area around the time British Prime Minister Winston | agreement with the United Stats Seen a iceon red Chin e tho
to have the men repatriated as} cently concluded between Com- of the fire. Much legal authority Churchill, Staunch champion Of} permitting the setting ere ee Y entree ation
oon possible. monwealth Territories. {was cited on both sides in the! the British Empire wag invested|stallations on Deminican ¢ a py Be Fre a
{course of the case s as a hereditary mem-|ito track and control lod rn = ’ uP
cna ber of the Society of Cincinnat ile~.—(CP) ——$—$$_$_—__._—
-= , ‘4° > ‘ ‘= whos, members are descenc | iiieecttcbeldiiveeiibaediadansade
RECEIVING A MESSAGE oof sti t r’’ from officers azho fought wor | = Policeman Shocnts
nves iga O i. ae of independence against | Police Ask or ee en
pie eer | f felsptow
‘ Mr. Churchill was eligible f ae Le : es Cuoun Legist i
On Trial Run |... ke) toformation On
eat grandson and eldest male & ‘ sled ‘
The Government Experimentai|descendant of Reuben Murrey | Stabbise hricideii B Rem ‘
Fishing Boat kivestigator tock he nm H related tc , 5 e nh fioet .
first trial run yesterday to try ou. fray throvgh his American mother Latest reports from the Gener tive nd reputedly ealtt
a Dolphin Radio-Telephone se } Hosp ive’ that Ronald Wilson i ci i ( i kill
which was the day before installed h Prime Vinister|condition | till very eriou traffi mi nto
in her cabin. 5 valued hig Miem-} Wilson was attacked and stabbec’| Havana due to r thorit
The trial run wag made with z ber ah in the society and would|several times on Tuesday night| said wa W ae nding Ove
view to making reports to Gov-jirame membership certificate | while on the beach behind the Drii n alleged aff i 1 n
ernment to which type of set}fer his own descendant uP. Hall. ;cnaun ITH BERGER 1 EX
will be most suitable for ship-to- Rese PY The Police have been given t Kye e i Rem oe Ee 3ER ie "Ee
shore communication purpo: " Jescription of a 4 a sf -
similar ternporaril » ; to be about 5 fe ! ith a Bl wie Oncer A
winner at temporarily Nuree Comes Home|) te shout 5 feet 8 inches tit « ted to give the chauffeu
Shipping Dep “and one of Aft SI . k huild. He is alleged to ha he jiraffic ticket Remedios was h With Bergertes here’s new beauty and protection for walls of
Pals Say seca f » ; ig* 4 , a atl dent ir times in the face He ¥ tea
the engineers, Samuel Williams, 4 4 ro lpw rec ressed in a shirt and pan nd | cad on arrival at hospital, Reme-| Concrete, plaster, brick or stone. Waterproof and weather resisting
kept up conversation wit Mr. A V Ree a ‘ , vhite straw hat, Paine Ss inkientie tea ; x
Goddard of the Government Elec-} . Ane SS eee ume el ae eemeoren: int the sliegtul ee ee Jergertex cannot erack or peel ofi, for in drying it becomes an integra
trical Engineer’s Department, who} *UTS¢ and Midwife and one , | assailant sustained injur in th ah j i
| ee eee 4 mations the women passenger ny Be | ReneS part of the wall on which it is puinged., Its crisp, matt finish stay
was aboard the Envestig2 or. the sehoone; Nellie Bywat encounter and h probabil
‘ig cae Baca and eee gions Wrecked 6M the + of | Weunds on his head and f Tt IFreneh Forcés Hur | fresh and smart almost indefinitely
Master his repeated a few times th Devon about th ies have asked anyone po : : . a aad ‘
by a voice clear ibovee the o | ne of aise na essior f information rel t | Bi: "k R . i R } | ‘ ongertex' is’ aveilable in: "aam
monotonous humming of the radio-} round Britain for on «|the w he } uc eC eDvIS delicate ors for use inside o
telephone occasionally attracted | oy pect, t arrive in Barb pest | HANOI
x the attention of Williar whol py De ? ' GI al ANGE Jan.t6 outside
F listened for the me eand th pr t ; ve : t : ( rv t rebe H ri
— , ver ; a c > pe n ec y + Cc | be wproving Dea iets ; = . MADE BY
ea ton ne apparatus petore it | ~ ’ : , :
“a *| ACHESON MAKES y
: » end enn” eek | A LOIN MAKES |
eerie the ae investionter : 4 i : B E R G E R PA | N T $
ewe a y adden : ad a $
was off Pelican ar he sent back Jar ed to have been drownec 0 COMMENT |
the message that reception at} by rest of the crey ere | WASHINGTON, Jat f |
the time br hore at Plymoutt ry] The Secretar of ‘ y eink ts ahem rtmene oP
Paul le, who went onjan Admiralty tus |Acheson, at his news confe f Fren
the trial rur th the Investigator, Anne Moller i ’ ' in, jon Wednesday declined to co le { é
sald that the radi lephone | but has been ving in St. - |ment on the report that the Uni stewa he AT ALL
aboard worked exceptior well. | cent for six years and Bar is | States was to have about 50 base Delt
The 0 receptior a shorter period. She is a good 4m Japan under the securit
out : sea Saran abt +, [Agreement after the
’ > Investigator went * , t 1 pr ae he ia Treaty i . ! HARDWARE STORES
SAMUEL WILLIAMS controlling a radio-telephone set at the ‘bout th les.to the ! ther h. | Such a report 1 ii have th e :
local Harbour & Shipping Department yesterday, is receiving a °° pr Point Lighthouse ar pell ” the h Late see on Wedne , ss gee |
: = the Harbour Master’ wate before the Admir-|cow newspaper i . uF |
message from the “Investigator” at sea. he " i : ‘ _ . * res U.P ! } trength.—U.P

a

' GARDINER AUSTIN & CO.,, LTD,—Agents
PAGE TWO



ICE-ADMIRAL Sir William
Andrewes, Commander -
Chief of the America West Indies
Station at present here on a visit
on his flag ship H.M.S. Sheffield



gave a Cocktail Party on board
yesterday evening from 6 to 8
o'clock. Two hundred and fifty
guests were invited

Antigua Holiday

RS. MARCELLA PEEBLES of

“Bayleys”. St. Philip, expec
to fly to Antigua today by B.W.1.A
on a short holiday. "She will be

away for about ten days.
Grenada Journalist
R. RUDOLPH KNIGHT of the
Editorial Staff of the “We
Indian”, Grenada’s newspaper ar-
rived here early this week on two
weeks’ holiday.

Formerly on the Editorial Staff
of the Barbados Recorder, he is
an Old Combermerian. He was in
Barbados last March when a Gren-
ada football team played a serie
of matches against a local team.

Canadian Senator

ON. JAMES A. MAC KINNON

a member of the Canadiar
Senate who was an intransit pas
senger through Barbados a few
days ago on the Lady Rodney paid
, brief visit to Trinidad and re-
turned here yesterday morning by

TCA.



He was accompanied by his

sughter Mrs. Harry D. Thorpe.

They are guests at the Marine
Hotel.

Third Visit

R. AND MRS. C. H. GAR-

LAND were among the pas-

sengers arriving from Canada

yesterday morning by T.C.A. This
is their third visit to Barbados in
three years. Here for part of the
winter months, they are guests at

the Ocean View Hotel. Mr. Gar-
land is President of Red Line
Limited, Ottawa.

Leaving To-day
M* FRANK DURR, English
Jockey who rode in the
(Trinidad Turf Club's Christmas
meeting for Mr. Trestrail is dud to
leave Barbados to-day on his way
to England via Jamaica. He wil!
spend a short holiday in Jamaic.
, before retUfning to England in late

February or early March.

In England, he is under contract
with th@.Duke of Norfolk who
owns one the largest stables in
England. e is the Duke's First
Jockey.

He hasbeen in Barbados for
mne weekseduring which time he
was a guegt at the Hastings Hotel.

Mr. Durf hopes to return to the
West Indies later this year for the
Trinidad Turf Club’s 1952 Christ-
mas meeting.



PRANK DURH—leav es

BY THE

toady

% TOO rigidly mathematical
solution to a difficulty,’

an article, “

How true

* says
may lead to disaster.”

men
being

I knew ‘two very srmall
They were both poor, and,
good at mathematics, it occurred
to them that they could both
wear one large overcoat, instead
of two small ones, and thus save

money. So they bought, cheaply,
from a big friend a_ worn-out
overcoat.

By their calculations this gar-
ment was just twice as large as
any two overcoats which would
have fitted them. But when the
two of them started to put the big
overcoat on, the cold light of rea-
son pierced the miasma of stupid-
ity. The little oafs had forgotten
that they Aad four arms between

them, and that the overcoat had
only two, «What is called a bottle-
neck resulted, and they had to



B.B.C. Radio

Programme

THURSDAY, JANUARY 17, 1951

12.15 am Rena Edwards, 11 30 a m
Oné Minute Please, 1200 noon The
News, 1210 pm News Analysis
4.00—7.15 pom. — S1.82m., 48 43m

400 pm The Ne Ws,
Daily Service, 415 pm Rhythm is
Their Business, 445 pm. Sporting
Record, 5 00 pm Composer of the
Week, 545 p.m. New Records, 6 00 p 1
Monia Liter Quartet, 615 pm Scottish
Magazine, 700 pm The News, 7 10
p.m. New. Analysis, 7.15 p.m. We Sce
Britain, 730 pm Compton Mackenvie
745 pm One Minu Please
1410.90 pan. — mm 48. 43m

410 pin Th




Radio Newsreel, 8 30 p in
Dispatch, 845 p im. Composer
of the Week, 900 pm R up the
Curtain, 10 00 N

pm The News, 10 10
bm _ From the Editorials, 10.15 p im
A Good Job,

1030 pm The Last
Chronicle of Barset

615 pm

Special





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FLIES TO TWO WEDDiInGS



MISS HELEN FERGUSON.

LYING to Saigon, French Indo-
China, next month for two
weddings is 19-year-old Miss
Helen Ferguson, daughter of
Srigadier-general Augustus Fer-
guson, British Military Attache in
Tokio, She is to marry M, Brune
Giry-Deloison, 28, French busi-
ness executive, whom she first met
at a ball in Tokio two years ago,
They will have their first wed-
ding at the British Consulate, the
second at the French Mairie.
“Then we can be sure it is valid,”
says Miss Ferguson. M. Giry-Dei-
on already has a house and
ready for his bride ia




Saigon,

Miss -Ferguson, small, fair-
haired, blue-eyed, is here with
her mother on her first visit to
London for five years. She will
buy a short, light-weight wedding
dress suitable for Saigon's hot
climate,

Miss Ferguson is unperturbed

by the difficult military situation
in Indo-China, “I have lived most
of my life in the East, I am used
to it,” she says, She expects to
live in Saigon for two years, then
come to live in Paris,

Third Round

E third round of the inter-

colonial golf. tournament be-
tween Barbados and Trinidad takes
place to-day at the Rockley Golf
and Country Club and to-morrow
afternoon golf fans are looking
forward to the “Golf Exhibition”
to be given by Mr, Ernie Wake:am,

the Golf Club’s Winter Prefes-
sional,

The exhibition is scheduled to
begin at 4.30 pth

\\ AY e@eeeee
huddle into the garment, each

putting one arm in a sleeve,
An utterly pointless

debate
Bee OEE have often de-
bated which is the more
absurd sight: two men wearing
one hat, or one man _ wearing
two hats. My own experience is
that while the two men in one
hat are ill at ease, and get in each
other's way, the man in the two
hats, provided that he can forget
what a fool he looks, needs not
be greatly inconvenienced. It is
far easier for him to balance the
two hats, one superimposed upon
the other than it is for the two men
to get their heads wedged closely
enough together to balance the
two hats, And so forth
Prodnose: Doesn't it
on the hats?
Myself: It does no!
pends on the wearers.
The Cabmen’s ballet
ES COCHERS DE HUNTING-
DONSHIRE, the ballet based

all depend

it all de-



<
B.C. Film Show
4 ae yer yd night’s Film Show
at the British Council be-
gins as usual at 8.15. The pro-
gramme is in four parts: British
News, Western Isles (an out-
standing colour film of life in the
Hebrides), Gardens of England
another colour film. The main
feature on the programme is a
Charlie Chaplain film entitled
“Charlie Chaplain at the Bank.”

Prime Minister Broadcast:
To-night

IGHT HON. WINSTON

CHURCHILL, Prime Minister

of Great Britain, will address the

U.S. Congress tonight. The broad-

east can be heard over Rediffusion
from 7.30 to 8.15 p.m.

De

Short Visit

M*â„¢ & MRS. ALFONSO B
LIMA accompanied by two

children are due to leave today



for Trinidad by B.W.I1.A. Mr. De
Lima is Managing Director of
Trinidad Jewellery and_ Loan

Trinidad and he also has a branah
store in Barbados,

They have been here on a short
visit.

Barbadian In U.S.

FTER an enjoyable six weeks’

holiday here, Mrs. Gladys
Clarke, a Barbadian now resid-
ing in New York, left by
B.W.LA, for Puerto Rico on
Monday where she took Pan
American Airways back to the
U.S.A She was staying with
her aunt Mrs. E. Seale at “Lyn-
ville’, Baxters Road,

By Beachcomber

on the List of
Cabmen (Vols.

Huntingdonshire
III and IV), suf-
fers from lack of action, A mere
parade of cabmen, however beau-

tifully devised, gives little chance
for choreography, montage, pouf-
fage, ensenblology, and all the rest
of it. Nor does a cabman’s cloth-
ing lend itself to such Dalerozian
eurhythmiecs as Tummi's (playing
Stevens, E. J.) double volte-face
and saut-de-loup when he recog-
nises Higgs. O. N., and Mott, P
The final massed effect of cabmen
is daring, but drab, and the mim-
ing of cabmen’s names and initials
becomes tedious.

Nothing to do with me
HE B.B.C,

a plane to pick up a frozen

seal in the Arctic, and take ‘it to
the Eskimos in a Quebec hospital

for Christmas. But by getting
measles the Eskimos have disor-
ganised the round-the-world
hook-up, ‘

(News item.)



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the tall, for-
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it has never
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ands ‘Oh

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says Rupery nervously, “and the
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‘ la, acorns!"’ interrupts
the Ogre ha * They'd better
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bi ave decided, znd who is to stop
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here’s

—L.E.S.

AMERICAN COLUMN:

The Woman
Who Knew
No Fear

By R. M. MacCOLL

WASHINGTON. |

If, in peevish mood, you feel
like grumbling about petty mat-
ters, you might do worse than
ponder the case of Mary Fallon,
who has just died in New York,
aged 62

In the place where
for the past 42 years, Mary was
loved by everyone as the most
popular person they knew.

Her cheerfulness and charm
were a byword, She taught her-

she lived



















































BARBADOS ADVOCATE THURSDAY, JANUARY 17, 1952
ss esssssssstsusssesssssnessnnsnsstnsens eae
Long Leave ‘ed ¥ | (RE-RELEASED) B town
T present holidaying in Bar- 31 TY + re ' : , SON-GRAY TODAY (Only) Warner's Classic of the Seas
bados is Miss Elsie Beckett | Aapeak tet * Ef a ! 145 & $0 PM. ERROL FLYNN in in THE SEA HAWK Pp
of British Guiana. Here on long} e . 2
i SPECIAL TODAY 1.90 “PM FRIDAY 30 — 4.45 & 8.30 p.m. *
leave she is staying at “Sunny-| Bi d t l t t ‘ Continuing Daily 4.45 & 8.30 p.m
ss 1a u O LIMIT at ONCE | exam noner sCentinuing Danny 4.05 @ kan oom || BL
She is on the staff of Messrs | dio ili Claire TREVOR A
: ONG of NEVADA Sally FORREST
Booker Bros.. in Georgetown. d t t th | Roy ROGERS A "IDA LUPINO P: 1
Her brother Bill who is with the an cu ou e guesses } . ‘ yesenive Z
ye a Sanadz 7€ - ; ‘ | Sat Spec al 9 30 & 1.90 p.m. , N ¢
a aftr = C ae nda a a N competitive situations, a muster a simple raise on the first SWING the WESTERN WAY" wes ae ree
ONE. ROPSS. WH) CNG OVEE tO Der policy of bidding the limit round, now bids Pour Spades, ||] The HOOSIER HOTSHOTS & aoa i, A Nagy A
bados for a short holiday some- at once is at all times Oly to lose 500 points when | “PRAIRIE ROUND-UP” an Y . -
time in April. recommended in Standara ‘ere, Was a fair chance of beat- | Charles STARRETT, } PIRATES of MONTEREY Dial
} . ing Four Hearts—North turn Smiley ‘BURNETT | (Color) Rod CAMERON 2310
Flying Club Meets Bridge. A player is often up'with a different type of han :
LS Lain. Sebvinise 2 i. &;ppared a guess on the next Worse still, South may find PLAZA OISTIN —“er @y The Garden
a eee Light Aeroplane ee 7 ee prises sary oe pose an sramegsaee pain to THe Dial 8404 GAIET ST JAMES
Club eld their inaugurai|; §-full value o s hand an Spades wou ‘ave bought the TODAY (Only) 445 & 8.30 P.M. LAS
meeting last night at the Chambe leaves the final decision to say okey At Coee Deh a 7 KID FROM KANSAS” | c EDGE «DOOM: ii
m ' ’ 2 C . migh Dick FODAN &
of Commerce, The meeting be- t . paca s for tt lack the courage to rebid at the “MASKED RIDER" | ee anon tate MURDER"
gan shortly after 8 o'clock. Officer: | 711 has taken some time for thi Three level opposite a silent Johnny Mack BROWN Frederick LAG
were elected and several importan ee ee. woo pared, “ri. a sa Sat, 1.) pn
, i accepted. since many players The principle is the same if : | | Fr. (Only idnite
matters, including the purchase of wre In the habit of making light Pp hay 1.45 & 8.30 pm “Tahiti Hone 8.30 p.m “a
an aeroplane, were discussed verealls sir. partners les Souris HADS Sp slats ¢ don Sa ali KID From TEC ARE
a a p h $ S! . s aad a vw Ge in tatene * K J 92;075;@¢398643; THE ARROW” Dannis O'Keefe KANSAS sd TRAIL”
their bids i eee a oa (Color) — and Dick For, od Cameron &
W.l. Tour ian tna" TMHOSY eset pens Oe, ras | pecasee® | mane of Maske” | “FRONTIER
NGE "ea R" -
kk. ¥, MAURICE McGREGOR 4 ‘ 1085; 9632: @I107: One Spade and East Two Hearts. BROTHERS” Nevada dutnind See |e eal 1 makaw
M ‘Operations Manager, TCA’ a* It is fatuous for South to bid Wayne MORRIS Roy Rogers BROWN” Fumy Keiser
Op s ager, , The score is East-West game, 4nything but Four Spades. First, =
Atlantic Region, who is at pres- North-South nil. West deals and ‘there must be a good chance of
ent in the W.I. on a visit, re- coe wae ipeart North bids One pee 5 germoncrye Ashe yg oS
turned from his one day trip to Spade and East passes. Remem- lave tor his overcall; se .
Trinidad yesterday and it is Pugut> beting Nortt’s partiality to ight South will have to'say Four
derstood that he plans to leavé Rorrumerauie overcalls, South seen ee we pitt rouns z
$ ‘ makes a cautious pass. West now ast-West go to Four Hear
today for Jamaica, bids Two Hearts East Three 8 true that Four Spades may | TO-DAY — LAST 2 SHOWS: 4.30 & 830 P.M.
Back F U.S Hearts sad West Four Hearts Se art Sy oe ne ite Republic Double :
~. Vhen this comes round to South, #&me ca caves the s
R .M SHILSTONE King’s it. occurs to him that oe guessing. They cannot be eure ADELE MARA _ WARREN DOUGLAS
NV . E. & ee . . Spades might be a cheap save ‘hat South is stretching his is BAT ss
oe an ee * bie aver zn if North has something eo all me SOOT ae
firrn of Messrs Cottle_Catford an: like this : may ea 1 ea Q) z
Ms ona lean takin | ee o9
Company, who had been On aig @Qsi42: 98: @KQ6ES: Miyake i se gggtet® ane THE INNER -CIRCLE
visit to the U.S., has returned te 4c : : a plunge into an unmakeable
Barbados in Tact it might even be a Five Hearts } AND
Talking Point make! So South. who could not London Express Service |
| OK B se
Think not that a man will so | «VW EL oY
much as lift up his little finger | u
with |

JOAN DAVIS

ROYAL

| ALBERT DEKKER

{to get away bin ‘tie cares sof the |
home and the cares of the day | 1

_SEE A MOVIE JAKE THIS 7 |) KWLLING A AN
|| IS ONE THING...

LOVING HiS WIFE
IS ANOTHER...





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William EYTNE

ame tn



self to paint gay designs on
scarves and handkerchiefs, and
the letters she wrote to ther
friends, full of cheerfulness and
optimism were treasured.

It was not easy to do _ these
things because, you see, Mary
was paralysed from the neck

down,
Back in 1909 the pretty girl, full
of the joy of life, found her left

arm becoming numb. That was
the start of a disaster whi
might thave destroyed the mind

as well as the body of a_ less
courageous person,

But in the City Hospital, on
Welfare Island, where she lived,
Mary showed only smiles Said
the Rev. Francis Curley, the
hospital chaplain, to-night: “Her
constant oheefulness endeared
her to us all,”

The painting and the
writing? Done with a
held in her teeth,

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the turn of the century and more
than 50 in 1922, And in New
York City the Negro population
— 1,012,883 strong—has tripled its
collective income since 1940.

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House Authorise :

THURSDAY, JANUARY 17,

1952 ,



_—

Employment Of

Factory Inspector

_ ‘THE House of Assembly on Tuesday passed a resolu-
tion authorising the Governor to enter an agreement with
a person to serve in the Labour Department in the post

of Factory Inspector.
The salary of the person

$4,920 per annum and the term of engagement willbe for

a period of two years in the fi

by mutual agreement.

Reasonable passage expenses of
the person engaged, his wife and
children not exceeding $1,440 in
each direction may be paid from
the place of engagement to Bar-
hados on appointment and from
| Barbados to the place of engage-
| ment

on the termination cf the
agreement.

Dr. H. G. Cummins (L) took

charge of the resolution He said

that it sought to appoint a perven

on contracteas Factory Inspector

The addendum pointed cut that

under Resolution 69 of 1950,

provision was made for the ap-

pointment on agreement of a

Factory Inspector at a salary of

$3,840 per annum and _ provision

on this basis was included in the
Colonial Estimates 1951—52.

As no suitable candidate was
available locally the Secretary of
State was requested towards the
end of last year to investigate the
possibility of obtaining a suitable
person in the United Kingdom

The Secretary of State had re-
commended a former Factory
Inspector to the Ministry of
Labour, who retired in 1950 as an
Inspector Class 1A after serving



engaged will be at the rate of

rst instance subject to renewal

here, they could not train a local
man and pay him a salary more
in conformity to that paid to civil
servants,

He suggested that they should
send a mun for training abroad or
that they should apprentice some
local civil servant to the Factory
Inspector who showed signs of
aptitude in such matters so that
when the Factory Inspector’s two
years would have expired, the
iocal man could carry on.

“It is highly possible that with
a proper knowledge of factory
inspection, laws and regulation
of the U.K., on the part of Labour
Department officials, some local
civil servant with an aptitude
for engineering, could: be found to
do the work.”

Mr. Crawford said that no fac-
tories here could be compared
with the extensive factories in
Manchester and Yorkshire which
occupied hundreds of acres, The
inspection in Barbados therefore
could not be as complicated.

He said that he could not agree
to the employment of a man for



APPROVE

The Hon'ble the Colonial Secre-
tary, in moving the concurrence of
a Resolution for $70,000 to carry
out repairs and replacements of



BATTERED

FOR FISHERMEN

BARBADOS ADVOCATE
“ENTERPRISE”

$70,000

and considering the recommenda-
tions
Committee,
ecutive Committee considered that

of the Fisheries Advisory

the Governor-in-Ex-

the evening ef his days
and was given hard work to do,
he could not be as efficient a8 if he

zontenticn since 1928. When Major
‘feck came here years ago on a
similar agreement, he was given
an increased salary greater than
that which was in keeping with
the equivalent status of other civil
servants. At the end of three
years, he had done so little that
ne said they would have to renew
him for three years or give him a
bigger salary

This present agreement was for
only two years. If they brought
a factory Inspector here for two
years, at the end of that period

to work, he said, Some

hour shifts each day.

he eannot be
he had
day.

as careful

his

job and. that when

that the period of two years wa








Mr. W. A. Crawford (C) said
that they were cnly engaging a
man for two years at this special
salary and under special conditions
as the office of Factory ,inspector
in Barbados could not be a special-
ised job as was the case in the
United Kingdom

“We have a few sugar factories
and a few other industrial con-
cerns and I do know from person-
al experience that the position 1s
still very bad” Mr, Crawford said.



Net working capital of
(Trinidad) Oi:tsielc
30 last
increase
year,
figur
Assets

«mounted to £
of £485,514



G1



3 just published in
totalled






ing there.

He knew that generally speak-
ing, someone was needed in this
country for a short space of time
to put factory Inspection on a
proper basis. After that had been
done, he saw no reason why, to
inspect 30 odd sugar factories



022 received in final
liveries last year totalled
000 barrels of crude

3,851,000 gallons of casing



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be considered that nearly 3,000

people were employed at the fac- ready for the fishing season, there-

tories,
had his future before him Another eonsideration was the
He had always maintained that long hours that the people had

of them
work in 12-hour, shifts, Some in
eight-hour shifts and some in 16-
When
man had worked 16 hours a day,
as when
Wee. re day following the calamity and the athe machinery which they had for
Governor-in-Executive
tee
means of a€inistering relief to aq U
the needs of fishermen, and to set calamity was a very simple indi-
in action a scheme for replacing

Mr, Vaughan said that the Goy-
ernment should see that they got
a proper man, to see that he did
he left,
they would have a proper set-up,
“We have had too long the risks

they were going to need his of accident without having
setsimae ‘ spectorship.”

services and might then be able to "Spec ;

have some definite statement of _ Mr. Miller (L) said that ;
the position in relation to the post vidin= en inspectorship fo:
in the colony. He personally felt Various tactocies did not

that they could take up a simple-

retired

too short on, He fet that it was fortunate
Mr. Walcott said that they could that the Government could

not do better than to pass the cure th srvices of a man

resolution, If it was a fact that Was facio.y iijspector to the Min-

to get an agreement with a retired Istry of Lab ue and who

man on the givil service list the in 1950 as an Inspector Class

had to pay more, was it not wi I dont know if Honourable

to increase the salary and get Membets we thinking

permanent and a younger man s> Sanitar Insp¢e t with a

that they would know they hud and a big cork t.'* ne said, <

someone in the service who would added “we want a technician

be able to carry on rather. than He said inat they should

have someone at an enhanced complimented fhe Go ernment

galary. trying to procure the U.K. inspec-
Perhaps, there we ther «em. tor. The resolution was

bers who wanted further informa- passed,

tion on the matter and he hoped

that they woul ior it betore

the resolution went into Com- . e

me. Apex Oilfields
Local inspectors

Capital Rises

on September

during
uccording to the company’s
London,
£4,999,057,
agains! £3,814,342 a year previous-
iy, and liabilities totalled £1,343,

almo:





About ten years ago he remem- 523 ac against £642,154. Provision
bered taking the ‘then Labour for income tax remain
Commissioner, Mr. Guy Perrin, to the same at £1,093,942, as ag
investigate a sugar factory in this £1,096,180 a year earlier
island which in his inexperienced Oil revenue during the
epinion, appeared to be a death totalled £1,595,591, as
trap for people who were work- £1,704,199 in the previous

but the 1950 figure included £408,-
settlement
for deliveries in pricr years

oil

gasolene, obtained from 361 well:.
—B.U.P

boats already

in the world today as regards

Investigations were made on the .morrow anything happened, and
xrocessing sugar was destroyed, it
would be almost impossible to re-
place it at today’s cost, and the

Commit-

met to consider ways and

cation of what are the conditions

Immediate Measures to the question of capital costs,

With respegt to the replacement and said she perias boats aque
at part of the fishing fleet, be replaced in ree or. 10U
OF rae ot = ‘ ; months. With machinery, how-

steps had inevitably to be taken at
once, The legislature had been
prorogued at that time, and it was
not possible to come down imme-
diately for funds. But it would
have been most reprehensible for
Government to sit back until the ,
legislature had been re-assembled,
Steps wére taken to order ma-it
terials such as canvas and joist
and to make enquiries about lab-
our, and to make plans. There
was in fact a little building yard
set up at the Reef, and arrange-
ments hai been made for a supply

ever, even if orders were placed
it would be three or four years
before parts arrived. 7

The Resolution was agreed to



T’DAD CONSIDERS
TRADE MISSION

TO U,K., CANADA

PORT-OF-SPAIN

Government is actively taking

up the question of sending a trade







of electricity which he hoped mmission from Trinidad to the Unit-
would soon be available and the ¢q Kingdom and Canada this year
yard commence operations vith a view to “selling the Col-

He was informed that 23 of the (nys opportunities for industri-

43 boats which e damaged but
could be repaired were now in the
water and work also in pro-



alisation and tourism
The question of sending a dele-

he gation to the United States to ad-



sress On two of the new type of .
Boat known as the Bathsheba dress Rotary and other clubs ae
Type. The Building Yard was all first hinted by Mr Watkins, Pres-
ready to go into operation as soon ident of the Simplex Time Re-
as a supply of electricity was corder Company
availiable. : At the time, it was proposed
The Resolution which was be- that Mr. A. A. Shenfield, former
fore the Council related to the fin- Economie Adviser, and two other
ancial assistance which it was persons with a sound knowledge
proposed to give to the fishermen of the Colony’s trade should be

whg had suffered loss or damage, selected to make the trip.

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-LEGISLA TIVE (COUNCIL | Livestock Industry

On January 11, Governor K, W.
Blackburne
budget session of

1952

a

in the London Area and in Man- more than two years at this ab- fishing boats, told the Legislative assistance should be given to per- British Virgin Islands Legislative 9 high,
chester and Yorkshire. ; normally high salary. The Gov- Council Tuesday that 23 of the sons whose boats were destroyed , “ . a iat
He said that this Factory ernment should take steps to 43 boats which were damaged but or damaged on the basis of a 50% Council. He listed ae following Included In Budget
Inspector was regarded as an ideal train a local man {6 tdke pver at could be repaired were already in interest free loan and a 50% free ‘allure Firstly the Presidency
man and one most suitable to give the expiration of the two-year the water again. The Resolution grant. deficit in 1952 as large as a year Budget Bureau officials tenta-
the hecessary information with noeriod or investigate the poasi- was agreed to, wo; Secondly, the slowness .of tively set the military spending
regafd to the local factories. bility of apprenticing a local man Hon, Mr. Turner told the Coun- Engines For Boats tackling practical problems, in- (otal at 45 billion dollars, Defence
He was hoping that the neces-~ ;, tT Gia nica? Ins Neate when he cil further that work “is in pro- ‘luding the improvement of the officials, however, persuaded the
sary legislation would be passed ‘° ye Pac y spe gress on two of the new type of There was a further decision re- livestock industry. Thirdly, han- White House to approve $4,200,-
so that the Factory Inspector °*™° i boat known as the ‘Bathsheba’ garding oe of funds wilee dica in intercourse with the 000,000 above this with all of the
would arrive in time to see the m type.” engines into a few boats which 1).§,-Virgin Islands increase going to the Airforce.
machinery of the factories in Long Overdue i asking the Council to approve form the subject of another Reso- ° Truman’s budget also will in-
motion Mr. Vaughan (I) said that the of the Resolution, Hon. Mr. Turn- lution which would come before The achievements comprise the clude requests for funds for mili-
Mr. M. E. Cox (L) seconded. factory question in this colony er recalled that on the 2nd and ‘he Council. completion of the draft develop- tary aid to other non-Communist
was long overdue. It was a 3rd December last rough seas des- The necessary material required ment plan nations, for atomic weapons and
Period Too Short grace that this island had troyed 40 fishing boats on the lee- f0F the replacement and repair of The Secretary of State approved stockpiling of strategic materials,
labour office for seven years and ward coast of the island, and a the boats had been ordered in an- ¢hree grants: £5.000 for agricul- Some informed sources expected
Mr. E. K. Walcott (E) said that qiq not have an inspectorship further 43 were damaged in vary- aa of gp ee ween tural credit; £2,000 in livestock his military aid budget to run
he took it that the Factory émployed by. that office. ing degree. ature Meomion ouncil fo) breeding purposes: £1,500 for about $5,600,000,000. The domestic
Inspector was a man well on in “The Labour Office cannot He said that the total number of Ho 4 Pe see that. this improvement of village water sup- military budget of $53,200,000,000
years and he personally was efficient in serving the people fishing boats in the island was tenths ee. Seller Bane ee plies. for fiscal 1953 would be $6,200.-
against using a or sending for without a proper system of 580, but the guanny put ext 3 Benuskt wake” Fito ae ee ‘ 000,000 jess than the appropriation
yeached’ the. ening of We days wert. we. ald. Tt was {ie boats | Inead “launched, and serious condition which has arisen urther progress is the estab- of $§9,400,000,000 for the current

lishment of the inter Virgin Islands
medical





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Truman’s Military
Budget Is Near $54b.

WASHINGTON, January.

Informed sources said that Truman has approved a military

budget of about $53,200,000,000 for the 1953 fiscal year The

total includes about $3,500,000,000 for construction of mili-

tary bases and installations and $500 million for the overall

operations of the Defence Department.

The remaining $49,200,000,00°
for the U.S. Army, Navy, Airforce
and Marine Corps, is about
$7,800,000,000 less than the joint
Chiefs of Staff sought for the Se:

U.K. Invites Help As
Traffic Manager



vices during the fiscal year b®-
> ‘ vr

en eee in Suez Ganal Zone
Informed sourees emphasized
that all of the figures must be LONDON, Jan. 15
regarded as approximate, due to Britain invited the navies of
the possibility of last minute five nations, including the United
changes before Truman submits States to assist the British Navy
the overall 1953 budget’ to Con. as Traffic Manager in the Suez
gress late in January, But no Canal Zone
major alterations in the total or In no case was a formal note
any breakdown is foreseen. sent but official sources said that
The U.S. Airforce would get the Norway, France, Holland, Swe-

den, and the U.S
co-operate in
Traffic,

were invited to
maintaining Suez

major share of abcut $21,500,000,-
000 to enable it to expand from its
present goal of 96 wings to 143
wings in late 1955 or early 1986,
Breakdown for the Services
nder tne present plans would be
The Army, $14,500,000,000,
The Navy, including the Marines,
$13,200,000,000,

The Armed Services originally
asked for about 57 billion dollars
exclusive of military construction
and over-all Defence Department
funds. This would have been al-
located: The Army and Navy 15
billion dollars each, and the Air-
force 27 billion dollars, This
amount would have enabled the
Airforce to build up to 143 wings
per year earlier—late in 1954 or
early in 1955, But Truman, upon
his return from Key West in De-
cember, said that the figures were










via

1952 fiscal year.—-U.P,



by seriously reducing the immedi- Capital costs. ‘deena esa IF Se 0a Seances rar _
a supply of fresh ‘Ash at a time He observed that 20 years ago, ao ts a an mene yonss there ‘ =

when the rising cost of other food- if those 40 fishing boats had been ire my we nt doctors, Dr, and Re Wy YORK ~

stuff was causin reat anxiety, destroyed, they could have been Bie aoe , . f -

aaa in addition, - ont a consider- replaced at a cost of about $12,000 Tenders have been issued! for More Indonesian

able number of men out of em- Today, they were costing $60,000, the new inter-island Government . , ’ Fast, non-stop flights by the magnificent “EL Presi-

ployment at a time of the year and that was the story all over launch, Sugar | roduction dente” —the Blue Ribbon Service of the Western

when alternative employment was the world. The Governor considers witl Hecnisphere. Or fly via San Juan by popular, money
articularly difficult to get, fe - wh a the present meat shortage the DJAKARTA, Indonesia, saving “El Turista

P Hon. Mr. Cuke said that if to- livestock industry offers hope of An E.C.A. grant of U.S

$85,000 to increase the production
and improve the quality of small-
holders’ sugar in Indonesia, for
consumption within the country,
has been approved, says an Indo-
nesian Government announcement,















n hic) ‘ . United Kingdom and Fra > by t This > s . ; vi ‘ © al Ametica exICO,
the fishing boats in the water. which obtained today. Sonia Wil be cicesd at the Gener This eneoey will be spent ait and via Panama to Central Amv and Mexico
Tt was decided that the task of Twenty years ago the fishermen Post Offlee as under Pattee Agen ASO? equipinen? 2) o
repar é rere scheme _ Po > ak arcel Mail at 3 pm on the 1aih fertilisers and other e ont, g ed Th e@ i
Tenia ie enousiod to the Bish would have been able to replace Jnnuary, iso2. Pegistered Mai at 9 a1 This project is of special im- Evrope» by] eee a ao r ent
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eries Advisory Committee, and that ina Ooi tare oaakes Temhinder 1952 wey nthe I#h portance to East Java, where an Regular service trom New York by double-decked
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ister immediate relief to the un- part of the capite ESB, § will be elosed at the General Post Office planted with sugar cane in 1954, Paris, Rome. Enjoy stopovers jp England, Lreland.
; assist with loans for the balance. as under a pr a ,
fortunate fishermen who were lid think that the people roel Mall and fedistered Mail ar 9 he output’ of sugar per acre is Also frequent Hights by delu&e Constellation-type
solely dependent for their liveli- Pete fully enpeaeiated the am., Ordinar il at 9.30 am. on the expected to reach nearly three Clippers to Caleutta, Delhi—other cities of the Orient.
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relief, whic c sub- > wor é to as under . ;

ject of the Resolution before the dies ang a sone J8 seas, it Parcel Mail and Registered Mail at 2 "OW used by smaliholders is re-

Council, the Barbados Advocate capital costs, and he fe : pm, Ordinary Mail at 240 pm. on placed by the new equipment io

immediately opened a Relief Fund i ek ae in ta ahey pao Pe ET © provided, it is hoped that the} WORLD'S
to which the sum of over $5,000 be in fon ane OF two sbvioud things RATES OF EXCHANGE Aone OF Seen ueroveren arom MOST EXPERIENCED
was contributed in a very short I - an JR cs Ang pata . the sugar cane can be increased

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Canada Hopes
For More Trade
With B.W.1.

OTTAWA

Canada hopes
part of her

to regain a large
traditional trade with
the British West Indies as a result
et the modifications to the Trade
Liberalisation Plan which went in=

to effect on January 1. Under the
revised plan, Canadian importers
vill be able to obtain iniport
licences in the West Indies for up
to 50 per cent. of their average

exports to the individual colonies
during the basic 1946-
47-48

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Share Power In Egypt

Daily Maxi
Nail-Scissors are an instrument
of government in Egypt, where
patient teams of censors in the
Ministry of the Interior keep
them in constant use, snipping out
of foreign magazines and news-

By G. WARD PRICE)
be directed. That is why the
present Cabinet is whooping on
the Egyptian mob to regard ‘he
British troops on the Canal as
rapacious, aggressive invaders
of the country’s territory.

tion the King’s ‘assent is fede.
sary to the passing of the law. |
By withholding it Farouk coul/!
have forced Nahas to resign. He|
may have been tempted to do
so, for he has had bitter quar-|
rels with him in the past, and)

TRUMAN’S FOES TAUNT—

President Truman’s home front worries
pile up. Foremost among them are the
the income tax scandal and the talk of
improper influence in Government agen-
cies. FREDERICK COOK tells how one
woman's fur coat has seized the attention
of the nation... .

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3 dat ~ vptian Sovereign’ e
These words, chosen from an article by pentee _ references to. King Every intelligent Egyptian is Saiee Fou" oe Briteh | 6 |
: ‘ ‘arouk an remier sha. are 5 ~ i f s j —— =
WILLIAM BARKLEY were published in Not that the small percentac# ee — ie eer on °" Government is that on three! e in Hoes =.
f £ tians wh can read Faee® ene Wie) WOES Pane oceasions it used its influence to} DSOOPSOLEEL EES PEEPS AE APO.
the Advocate of January 16, and were most of Egyptians 10 reat’ the Canal occupied by British ?- the Ki r4 x
_ foreign languages are unfamiliar troops in the safest, most orderly impose Nahas upon the ng as) } ~
timely. In the same issue Mr. ALBERT vi andals surrounding , eee ’ premier. | x
co : , with the scandals rou ®& and contented district in the | | xy
GOMES of Trinidad is quoted as saying oe Peete anit ae tee te country. Wages are higher there; But Farouk, though a moody nas >
that in the West Indies “there is not the te learn how fully other nations (©, Mtives in the service of tne and impulsive monarch, is by no ix S
: oe tee ‘ Se O 1e y British live better; towns and means lacking in shrewdness % x
same social discipline as in Britain. ane informed upon these shady villages are cleaner; the loca! and political craft. He realised| eae $
Taken together these two extracts might oe They fear isolation cieetion. hse) eran ao _ rbout the British | NEW YORK, Thursday, : x
. a 5 eitement abou e %
serve as a lesson to the West Indies on AT see head of Egypt's That the presence of the occupation of the Canal Zone it} ‘. %
‘ national affairs are four men _ British garrison on the Canal has would be a blunder for him io) ~mile-an- i ’ ‘| |
the one thing needful. : who mutually, and for good in every way been benefiial to veto legislation purporting to' THE 70-mile an-hour motoring refugees OOS Shou inciude %
How badly the lesson is needed was reason, dislike one another in- the people of Egypt is beyond all bring it to an end. To have from the blizzard-swept North are in too great $
shown only this week when the House of tensely, but are obliged to hold doubt-—-but the personal ambi- done so would have made it’, hurr h i = . y
y . , together lest in isolation a worse tion of one man has made it the possible for Nahas to charge the —. rid 7" wane pull in to the hana reed a Waterin -Pol Fork Rake 3
Assembly debated a resolution to provide fate should overtake them. subject of the present rash end King with marine etme ~~ -ide “motel” in Florida to pay attention to s $ 9 x
1,385 which are required to for me- These characters are Kin» risky controversy, Cabinet on a patriotic issue, the woman w 0 in al y x
™ . 2 pay Farouk; Nahas Pasha, the Prime Salah ed-Din Pasha, tc was evidently unwise to ob- diti an nt ae = wegen vedere 7 “ihe 71 %
chanical replacements on the Government- Minister; Serag ed-Din Pasha, Foreign Minister, now attending a ie which tt, Panis: itioned, £4 4s.-a-night cabins under the pa e, rowel, snears and Ose x
owned fishing vessel INVESTIGATOR. the Minister of the Interior; ana the General Assembly of the @nd_ his Foreign Minister palms. $
: 5 Salah ed-Din Pasha, the Foreign. United Nations in Paris, aims at Prepared for the eviction of the , sae . d %
As far back as May 1951 it was discov- Minister. the Premiership — with all the ary oP ris re ene She is not striking in appearance. A little These of lastin x
ered that replacement of the propeller and A monarch and three pashas P! rece ene vantages that oa ‘rabject rt a Ncondition Overweight, receding chin, straight, dark ue . 8
7 i eli > accom pi y wt, i 5 ; ea . . "
shaft and parts of the rudder of the In- cone Se eae a A Premies Nahas Pasha “is 76, which might subsequently be air, drawn back into a plain bun, steel- > %
vestigator would be necessary. The reason proclaimed Egypt a indepen- aoMieal nee a troublesome used 1 his. sivantage. _mmed glasses. Not the bathing beauty type. | 8 quality and excellent value, are x
for replacement was due to electrolysis, as dent democratic parliamentary Pee ee eee am Whip for his hand £6-A-WEEK MAN % r x
Dr. C . beta dnd tail hi State, political authority has QMice o aren, eee last much Th F thi indi Wineahh is th % : bil aes %
r. Cummins explained an ad nothing remained in the hands of already J0nger. Salah ed-Din covets his Material to this end Farouk ere is nothing to indicate that she is the | % y 2
, eg ‘ 8 $ i 3, Succession, and needed a cause i i yaitiy ap ‘ 19 V ‘4
to do with “ELECTRONICS”, as the junior Slee oe re eee in which he could unite popular coonaraancs, Cor provided “oman everybody has been reading about: | > SUOCKE BN EL © : >
member for St. George appeared to think. politicians who adopted that ae — him. a has bet me for investigation by the Finance the owner of America’s most famous fur coat. $ Ph. 447? $
s i ' 7 becaus f th 7 _by assuming e role o Ministry of the sources from 1 J : ic % x
Electrolysis takes place when an electric ews "auriicdaes + omen Principal British-baiter. . which ‘Ke orivate aratitnes of Royal pastel natural mink, I am told, is the SEEDER CODEC LOL PLE EPPO LA PPP ALAA
current causes conductors of that current There are few countries with Thanks to him the Egyptian Cabinet Ministers and Govern- technical description. Retail value, according SS

to undergo a chemical change. In the case
of the Investigator, electrolytic action was

more wealth per head of popu-
lation than Egypt, nor any where
it is divided with more striking

Government has now gone too
far to draw back—although the
Four-Power invitation to join

ment officials have been derived

The King at once saw the de-
fect in it: it wasn’t retrospec-

‘o expert testimony, is around £3,150.
It is a beautiful coat. But lots of women in

‘ . bss % as ' ; the Eastern Mediterranean De- ; i : :

r ltin i m ition, o an contrasts. Outside the glitter- ra ona tive. The Wafdist Party hadi jhis lush and prospero lan ortify them-
esulting in decomposition, of bolts d ing Mohammed Aly Clube whose fence Organisation would at any been in ae a eee p perous la d f rti y the)
component parts of the propeller and rud- members play baccarat with £100 other time have been welcome selves against the rigours of winter in coats

der apparatus,
An order for replacement of the affected
parts of the Investigator has been placed to

chips you have to step carefully
to avoid the frail and filthy
forms of small children sleeping
on the pavement, The word

as gaining for Egypt the pres-
tige of association on a_ basis
of equality with the Western
Powers.

It is asserted by all Egyptians

years; their nests were already
well lined, As a_ condition of
signature, tiherefore, Farouk
demanded that operation of the
Bill be antedated to the year

just as good.
What interested so many millions in this

p. rticular coat is the fact that the woman who



SS

é “street-arab,” which is y los : 1939. He knew that with this :
ensure that the boat will not be laid up to “the ‘British’ cea _ Ci touc® — the palace that amendment it would not be, Wore it was until recently a typist—at the
when replacement becomes necessary. The has all its old significance in ; ng ‘ ge 5 We _ strongly allowed to become operative 80 \\Yhite House. And her husband 40-year-old
P Cairo against the repudiation of the he would always have a whip to _ | : ’
House passed the resolution in Committee To satiety the mob ae kpc,» 2. Ds mg British crack over the Premier’s head, | \icrl Young, just before the war was making
. . pS are en remal i ig
of supply but opportunity was taken by The first requisite of Govern- the Canal until 1956. He would ae a eyptian | Government only £6 a week as a Government messenger. In Wonderful Colours
several members to criticise the United he cowectaceeisnes. ocoletanier the “Bills ‘by which’ this ge Valley of the Nile, but if this “m recent years things have looked up for abe
Kingdom for what was mysteriously de- from reflecting too deeply on its and the convention covering the Jnean ie eeantes eh only him. When all the bother about the coat be-
seribed by Mr. Mottley as “exploitation of ak roe ber See Sudan A oh sail Ga carnation rer _cmtend its gan—and caused some of Mr. Truman’s foes
; , n alternative targe shrewd ruler $ Fo th iter bé
the Colonies.” Members argued that the against which its resentment can to Lake Victoria se

United Kingdom was supplying inferior
equipment to the Colonies and were anx-
ious lest the new replacement and the en-
gines for the three fishing boats towards
which the Government was contributing a
loan of $10,000, should not prove to be in-
ferior. Normally the members of the House
would appear to have been exercising the
functions of good watchdogs over the is-
land’s purse, but the suggestion that the
United Kingdom is deliberately profiteer-
ing by selling bad equipment to Barbados
is unworthy. The same United Kingdom
has allocated £800,000 as a free gift to Bar-
bados under the Colonial Development and
Welfare Act. The same United Kingdom
has just agreed to pay Barbados some-
thing like £1 million more for the 1952
sugar crop. The same United Kingdom has
agreed to purchase for 8 years by far the
greatest part of the surplus of the island’s
available sugar for export.

The same United Kingdom has agreed
that Barbados should be allowed to sell its

Under the Egytian Constitu-





to Lake Victoria. |



to dub his administration the Mink Dynasty
--Mr. Young was making £52 a week on the

tion.

Ie C | staff of the Reconstruction Finance Corpora-
an Be Done |

It may well be asked what con-
nection there can be between Mr.
Kaiser of the U.S.A. and the
present shortage of electricity, or
gas, or anything else in Barba-
dos? The only connection is
probably in my mind, and is there
because I have come to regard him
as an outstanding example of the
type that refuses to be daunted
by . difficulties. And when it
comes to shortages, he simply
does not believe in being deterred
by them but goes to work to
eliminate them,

I had some contact with the
Kaiser organisation during the
war, when Britain was desperate-
ly short of ships and the old-
established yards felt that noth-
ing more could be done to pro-
duce them, owing to shortages of
machine tools and other items.
Kaiser undertook to build ships
for Britain and did so in spite of
the difficulties that certainly
existed at the time, before the
days of Lend-Lease. It was a
striking illustration of obstacles
being overcome by those imbued

By R. E. SMYTHIES

did mot see anything to suggest
that the difficulties mentioned are
insuperable, The existence of a
shortage in Britain is not in it-
self a reason why we should feel
obliged to reconcile ourselves to a
similar shortage here. One bottle-
neck there is the shortage of coal
and another is the priority given
to goods for export, in order to
pay for needed imports, including
sugar from the West Indies,
They also have a_ serious short-
age of man-power, whereas here
we have chronic unemployment
that is made worse by the lack
of electricity.

Two years ago I _ suggested
that an obvious first step would
be to have an impartial enquiry
to try to ascertain the real facts
of the case. If this had been
done we might be further ahead
now, instead of still confused by
a maze of conflicting ideas and
opinions, with no clear decision
or definite action such as_ the
ordering of more machinery.

I have been asked if I have any

quantity of bread. The idea be-|
longs to the ‘horse and buggy
days’ of electricity, when it was
regarded as useful for lighting
only, and mainly for wealthy folk
at that, |

Two years ago I also suggested
that consideration should be given
to installation of steam turbines
instead of more Diesel engines,
and now I see that the Company
plans to purchase turbines though
none have been ordered yet. It
might be worth while to look into |
the question of buying second- |
hand turbines, to save both time
and capital outlay. The turbine |
is so much simpler in construction |
than the Diesel engine that they |
may be bought second-hand with |
confidence, subject to the usua?
safeguards as to condition, |

I realise that the Directors or
their Engineers may have some
objection to buying second-hand |
machines of any type, in which
ease the objection should be
weighed carefully in the light of
the urgent need for more elec-
tricity at the earliest possible)

This is the Government Department which
in 1941 lent embattled Britain 390 million
dellars and recently got it all back With in-
terest five years ahead of time. ©

GRAVE CHARGE

On the home front it is one of the main
funnels—or was—through which Uncle Sam
feeds large loans to people and firms who
need a cut of his bounty.

Mr. Young was one of the people who look
into applications and pass them on. Now he
is under a grand jury indictment for perjury
following a month-long probe.

It is a grave charge, which, if proved, could
bring him a gaol sentence of up to 30 years.

The grand jury also indicted Joseph Rosen-

taum, a Washington lawyer who financed the
purehase of Mrs.
brother Herschel and Robert Dudley, an asso-
ciate of Mr. Rosenbaum.

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sugar to Canada after 1952 and benefit from | determination to do 80, but that te ‘poate See savor to a positive assurance that all Specifically Young is accused of three - i
higher prices if still prevailing in that ‘ After the | was | Kalser earted until the real difficulties | are piaphlennes eee ae re things: of denying that while employed by ROYAI {a ‘
o make automobiles an ound ascertained beyond doubt, wheth- : ; ;_ | i 4 4
market. there was a’ shortage of steel, so Sr the. Elie Utilities Act, the been thoroughly explored, before the RFC he had anything to do with appli- i ue

The presence of H.M.S. SHEFFIELD in he set to work to make steel. shortage of capital, fear of We are asked to reconcile our-| cations from Lustron Corporation, a prefab c

Carlisle Bay should remind the members Later on a shortage of aluminum nationalisation or some other Selves to putting up with the i

of the House of Assembly how impossible
it would be for this island to pay even for
one day towards the cost of its own defence.

t vas
‘ either project would be enough I have heard the argument ad- the deadlock will meet with suc- ; : : 4 PT A ‘eat
The vast resources of the Colonial Office | 1, gaunt most men by size alone. vanced quite seriously, that there cess. I feel sure that it can be Lusiness men in touch with Government men. el tuts GE 4
with its specialist and research departments . aes been seid pao when one is no point in trying to encourage Cope if all concaened are imbued} All these statements, say the grand jury :
a‘ ‘ oO s associates fel ey were increased consumption of electric- wit the spirit expressed in,| : et " ay
Soe en at no cost to the island of | oxpanding too rapidly, ‘and re- ity by making it cheaper in quan- “Where there’s a will, there’s a| ‘Vere lies. On the contrary, charges the in- 4
arbados,

The list of advantages and benefits that
accrue to Barbados from the good offices
of the United Kingdom could be indefin-
itely extended. But enough has been said
to remind the Barbados House of Assem-
bly that their responsibilities are towards.
the people who have by the exercise of
adult suffrage returned them to represent
their interests and not to blame either the
United Kingdom or anybody else every
time a necessary expenditure of money has

for defense purposes appeared,
so he went into the business of
producing it, although both steel
and aluminum must be madé on
a big scale to be economic, and

minded him that Rome was not
built in a day, he replied, “Yes, I
know, but I did not have that
job.” I cannot help feeling that
in this matter of our shortage of
electricity we might borrow a
leaf from Mr, Kaiser’s book, The
articles in the Advocate of Jan-
uary 11th were interesting but I





More Sweat And Tears

In. the middle of Kipling’s “If”
poem there’s a quatrain;

“If you can bear to hear the truth

“you've spoken

that has not come to light as yet.
It is possible that a serious diffi-
culty is what may be described as
a somewhat old-fashioned atti-
tude of mind,

tities, because it is like bread in
that a family can only consume
so much of it. This seems a per-
fect example of a false analogy.
Here in Barbados there are small
users consuming about eight or
ten units a month, and others
using one hundred times asemuch
electricity but about an equal





By

and

BURRIS JENKINS (Jnr.)

governmental machine, the

great Socialist experiment did. Six

shortage indefinitely.

It is encouraging to see the
Chamber of Commerce taking the
matter up actively, and it is to be
hoped that their efforts to solve

way". The great need now is to
decide what' should be done in
the circumstances, and take what
action is necessary to at least
start to carry out the decision,
while remembering that the best
way to keep electricity from be-
coming too expensive is to sell as
much of it as possible.



tain privileged people feasted on
caviare and champagne.

Such sympathy for the social

housing concern, for 39 million dollars in
‘oans; of denying that he ever received “one

s

‘ingle cent” in commissions or fees; and of

saying that he got nothing out of putting

dictment, he actively participated in the Lus-
tron deal (by which after leaving the RFC,
he was employed at £3,750), was paid by

i Washington law firm for his services on

another application and drew £500 a month
as contact man for a New York exporter,

‘PAID IT BACK’
Young agreed that Rosenbaum put up the

money for that mink coat. But he says he

yaid it back.
These are the first formal indictments to

; e ial-| “cme out of a sweeping grand jury investiga-

to be made. “Tugied uy, kasves to make 4 ‘> years of the Labour Party's Joy ists Any normal human has it. |tion otdered by Attorney Gonue Howard
WAL “Or watch the things you gave your Tide to Utopia have ended on the 7 M : .

It was unfortunate that Mr. F. L. - anal tos broken, rocks with four flat tires, But EQUALIZING INEQUAL-| McGrath after a list of mink coats for the

COTT was out of the island on Tuesday
and that the resolution had to be introduc-

: a phetically written for old just- ever that they had anything to do way to govern a free people any f DUE THIS

ed by Dr. Cummins who was unfamiliar | jawed hoary - headed Winston with the crash even when they more than a football game, It was a sub-committee headed by Senator * he PREPARE

with the circumstances of the case, But the | Churchill to-day as he stoops once were at the wheel. The same num- — Overwhelmed ‘with pity for the} William Fulbright of Arkansas who brought WEEK :
more to pick up the broken pieces ber of antagonistic kibitzers will josers, the Socialists would shackle 16 THAT ARE

people of Barbados no longer expect to | of the British Empire. be peering, over the old mans the winners so that the score al-| the furs out of the mothballs and overnight Z d iy

tnt : ‘ +. shoulder, jeering as he goes to ie : : Rieas Pee

hear useless Receinination against the Uni It’s no job for an amateur. In work. They hope he fails. e Diggs eer. mened them inte Washington's hottest con- EAS) TO

ted Kingdom. If, as Mr. Gomes admits, | fact it may be hopeless even for — Such an attitude is characteristic versation piece and an almost dead sure issue yr

there is not the same social discipline in the | such a master mechanic as Winnie of the Socialist manner of reason- Anyhow, no matter what be-| at the nati : x Tongue

Ww di inG t Britai a t f the fixer. Only a man of his in- ing. It is generally flavoured with comes of the Empire, the Social- ational elections of 1952. Brisket Beef

est Indies as in Great Britain, the task o domitable pride and sense of duty envy: j ists will never equalize old Winnie NEW LIFE
politicians and statesmen in the area is to would wees bestir aKa va “If I can’t have it, nobody should because in all of England he has The inquiry had been in progress many Lee Ham
pa ; Landa: bones in such an, undertaking, Or have it!” no equal. With all his age, Win-|,,. :
lay foundations oe which that social discip could summon the courage to mut- The gist of Socialist campaign 6ton Churchill is still the living weeks before Mrs. Young—after being Salami
line can be built, not to raise petulant | ter, “Yes, the outlook is grim but

voices to “schoolmistress Britannia’ nor
to blame the United Kingdom for their

‘em up with
“worn-out tools "

The lines must have been pro-

I've seen worse.”
What two wars in 30 years didn’t
do to wreck the British economic

And yet the supporters of Attlee
and Bevan are as unconvinced as

oratory—especially from Bevan—
stressed the “hard times” that
could be recalled even when the
Empire flourished and when cer-

ITIES OF TALENT OR WEALTH

by government decree is not the

refutation to a spurious theory—
not that all men are CREATED
EQUAL — but that they can be
forced to FINISH UP EQUAL,

wives of fortunately placed people was re-

vealed last spring.

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. . cae ce / able to buy flying fish once but ee ae : ! . Asparagus

combination of individuals or nations. The Beach at “black market” prices, Bill oe ae Gongramest ealics Down in Florida on the 2,000-mile highway Ore er acne ieidandiiie

West Indian, like the Englishman to whom To. The Editor, The Editor— a ore re ee _ Be Me myelitis, I have a partial paraly~ where all the traffic flows south at this time ||] “chor

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himself. Brown's Beach, Bay Street. These he Poll te . of VOrtant to me. I would like any-| putting up the No. Vacancy sign. She would CHEESE LIKE GUINNESS

That this lesson has not been learnt is said fishermen although having The Police are a fine body of

clearly illustrated by the debate on a reso-
lution for $1,385 in the House of Assembly
on Tuesday and by the account that was
reported in Wednesday's Advocate of some
of the points to be raised in Mr. Gomes’ pre-
pared statement for the Commonwealth
Finance Ministers, now meeting in London.

fish to sell refuse to sell to any
white person. My experience has
been similar. I expect so much
racial hatred has been blown by
orators who were canvassing for
election that this is the aftermath.

I might mention that in 1951 I
could get no flying fish as I would
not pay “black market” prices

men and very helpful but may I
suggest that a policeman be sent
on the beach at Brown’s Beach
and on similar beaches to see that
fish is being sold not only to
coloured people but also to white
ones willing to buy.

FISH WISHER.

16.1.52.

one who is interested in exchang-
ing stamps of the West Indies
for those of Canada and the
United States to contact me by
letter.
L. G. CHATTEN,
1338 Laperriere Avenue,
Ottawa 3, Ontario,
Canada.
llth January, 1952.



|

like to forget all about
natural mink. She could not have gone to a
better place. In Florida nobody owns furs, It
was 80 degrees yesterday in Miami.

her royal pastel

senator and never dreamed of one day sitting

Anchor Butter,
Anchor Evap. Milk,

WORLD COPYRIGHT RESERVED
—L.ES.



Stout, pts.—32c. per Bottle
Stout, nips—20c. per Bottle
Carrs Crackers $1.64 per tin

~ PHONE GODDARD'S we petiver



a
Keep cool with a
Gin and Tonic






THURSDAY, JANUARY 17, 1952

New Club To Be Opened
Gn St. James’ Coast

ANOTHER CLUB is going up along the St. James’
coast. This is the Coral Reef Club. It can accommodate
23 and will be opened on February 1, in time for the tourist
season.

The Coral Reef Club stands on nine acres of land which
contains nearly eyery type of local tree. The modern coral
building is situated only a few yards away from the sea,

" * ————- The dining room and ballroom
are open to the sea, The bar has

the shape of two half circles. The
Club’s colour is lime green

illegal Deals In

“obacco Cost Itely ily ponds and beautiful patios.
hy bed h i

$40,000,000 Yearly tatirooms and tub baths with hot

"and cold water. Each bedroom
(By ELEZIO BIANCHI) | also has.its own telephone.

Mr. Carter told the Advocate:
MILAN, Italy Jan, 16, “Tais building has coral put to





INegal deals in tobacco and unusual uses. Th

. 4 . e baths and re-
especially cigarette trading are centi i i

cosine Whe fealin Bcoe anh ception desk are built in coral.

es We are trying to set a very high
per year standard of luxury in the island
and I feel this Club compares
favourably with any luxury hotel
in the Caribbean.”

an estimated $40,000,000
in lost revenue,
Ttaly’s Tobacco Road is the 40
en cn sae heey stretch
etween ilan’s Lake S ;
Como and thence to the Italian He said that provision has been
Swiss frontier post of Chiasso. made for residents and others who
Nothing the Italian frontier C2Me to the Club for the purpose
police and customs officials have 9f having a sea bath, tea . or
tried, has been able to stem the drinks.
flow of hundreds of thousands of ns i “
Swiss or American cigarettes that _ SEX MONTHS ago an Antique
inupdate the Italian Peninsula at Shop’ was opened along the St.
}rices ‘ower than those charged James coast. It is run by Mr. and
by the Italian State tobacco Mrs. Geoffrey Carter,
monopoly Tourists will find a good assort-
Every now and then a big smug- ment of articles in this shop.
ger is caught with a truck-load stock is a variety of hand blocked
of clandestine cigarettes. When cottons and silks, mostly beach
the haul is great, the sensitive wear.
black markets on the public There is also a large quantity
squares of Milan respond with a of Jersey pottery and local turtle
slight rise in prices. shell articles such as cigarette
_ Recently, for example, the po- cases. Also on sale is a large
lice announced the confiscation yariety of costume jewellery and
of 210,000 Swiss cigarettes on table mats
Tobacco Road, and blackmarket *
prices in Milan went up five lire
(slightly less than one US. cent).
—UP.

In



.

THIS YEAR the Colony Club
has. considerably extended its
living room and outside patios.
The Club also has a new kitchen,
storerooms, “summer houses” and
a cupboard barbecue grill.



Colonies Can

The beach terrace has been
aN » considerably extended and “the
Lay I oundation beaches are swept daily.” New

cloak rooms have been built and
the bedroom accommodation has
nearly doubled. Formerly _ the

For Stable Pound

By HAROLD GUARD capacity was 14, now it accommo-
LONDON, Jan. 16. dates 26.
Commonwealth Ministers met The management has_ utilised

for their third session in conter-
ence on Wednesday.

the grounds to build more ‘“‘sum-
. mer houses,” Those who wish to
The colonies as a whole have be secluded can sit in comfort on
sufficient kick in them yet to bring the patios thus avoiding the
about enormous recovery and lay activity in the main Club.
the fresh foundation for a stable The “summer houses” serve 4
pound sterling. dual purpose in so far as they
Conference sources said the provide bedroom accommodation
British endeavour now was to try Curing the winter and are con-
to formulate a sterling area policy vertible to fully equipped and
which would stop the apparent Staffed houses for family occupa-
desire of some Commonwealth on during the summer, This will
members to escape its restrictions, #PPe#! very much to residents of
All members are being asked to 50uth America,
attack their current balance pay- The grounds, which are one of
ments by methods of dis-inflation the main features of the Club,
in domestic economies as well as have been developed with a view
the brutal reduction of their im- %2 the complete enjoyment of the
Se Sol ark Sania pra ste eon
These suggestions apparently in- : See ae
volve questions of trade liberaliza- We toe dccatee” wee pope <3
tion and tariffs which conference

. the cocoanut groves.
sources said would have to be re- ~ Gora] stone has been used ex-
ferred to at next month’s meeting tensively in the building. It gives

in Geneva of members of the the ideal background to such :
yeneral Agreement on Trade and selina oe eer:
T-riffs (G.A,T.T.), Mr. C. Austin Potter, one of the
From this aspect of the Com- pjrectors of the Club, told the
monwealih conference there ap- Advogate: “The principles which
peared to be growing opposition ynderlie the new developments

to the programme of tariff re- which have been made are those
duction and free trade and more of developing to the full the
support for the revival of the Brit- natural

; / 7 a advantages of Barbados
ish conception of imperial prefer- so that visitors who come here may





Three Factcries
Start Grinding —
Operations

Three. sugar factories, Four-
square, Spring Hall and Searles,
have already started grinding
operations Several other fac-
tories are hoping to start towards
the end of the month.

Haymans, Warrens, and Fair-
field will start on the 28th, while
Newton will have a trial run
next week with a view to start-
ing the following week. Many
of the plantations are expecting
as large a crop as last year when!
the island's record crop was
185,00 tons.

Latest revised estimate given
by the Department of Agriculture
on this year's crop is 170,000 tons
as against their criginal calcula-
tions of 165,000 tons. An official
of the Depar‘ment thinks that the
crop will last until June, weather
permitting, o* even until July.
dependent on the commencement
of operations at some of the fac-

BARBADOS



ADVOCATE

$10,000 Granted For

Loans To Fishermen © “/estigator”

THE Legislative Counc

il on, Tuesday approved of a

Resolution for $10,000 for the purpose of making loans to a
limited number of fishing boat owners to build powered

boats.

This prcevision has been made in
view of the urgent need for fn-
creasing the supply of fresh fish,
and in this respect the Hon. Colo-
nial Secretary said it was obvious
that if there were a few boats with
engines, they would be able to get
to the fishing grounds earlier and
have more time for actual fishing,
which might result in a consider-
able increase in the island’s supply
of fish.

The Colonial Secretiry explain-
ed that before December 2 and 3,
the Executive Committee had un-
der consideration applications
Which had been made by the Fish-

tories eries Advisory Committee for
In ‘he high rainfall creas like loans to construct and equip a
S*. John and the surrounding /@rger type of fishing boat that is

parishes, operations will
bably start early next month

pro-



at present used for catching flying
fish.
The Director of Agriculture who

‘is chairmin of the Committee

pointed out that the Advisory

TURKEY LAYS Tw Committee was of the view that
EGGS IN A DAY other types of boats should be
A turkey. the property of fried so as to increase the offi-

Mrs. Hazel Hinds cf the Bay
Land, Beckles Road, laic
two eggs on Monday. Mrs.
Hinds has been keeping hens,
ducks and turkeys for a num-
ber of years. The turkey
laid the eggs on Monday at
6.30 a.m. and 4 p.m.



‘training School
Site Inspected

Cclonel J. R. A. Branch, Com-
missioner of Police, Leeward
Islands, is at present in the island
on a private visit, and at the
same time he is taking the op-
portunity to inspect the proposed
site at Six Roads for the Com-
bined Police Training School for
the Leeward and Windward Is-
lands and Barbados.

Colonel Branch arrived here
last Monday by British West In-
dian Airways, and is expected to
return home next Monday.

Yesterday he called on Colonel
Michelin, local Police Commis-
sioner, who showed him arounr
the compound of the Police Head-
quar'ers at Central Station.

The Leeward Islands’ Police
Chief is very keen on the estab-

lishment of a Combined Police
Training School, and expresses
tive hope that it will soon ma-

terialise.



School Year
Changed

When the new school term be-
gan last Tuesday, few schools
admitted new pupils. Since the
change from the old School Cer-
tifiecate and Higher School Cer-
tificate to the new General Cer-
tifleate of Education, schools
whose first term began in January,
like Combermere, changed the
school year so that it would begin
in September.

Only at Harrison College was
there a new pupil. He was a trans-
ter from Parry School.

The ioll at Harrison College is

ciency of the industry, but they
felt that this larger type of boat
fell outside the scope of the revolv+
ing Fund. The amount of the fund
was $50,000 and the amount of
outstanding loans was in the vicin-
ity of $25,500. No borrower was
loaned more than $480, an amount
which was not enough to help the
fisherman to build this larger type
of boat and equip it with an en-
gine.

The Director of Agriculture had
some interesting information on
the progress made in the fishing
industry in Bombay. From that in-
formation it seemed that the
mechanization of the fishing fleet
started in 1934 when a small boat
was put into use. To-day ther.
were 54 powered boats in opewation
in Bombay, and the results were
quite astonishing.

In 1933 or 34 when the fleet wa
mechanised, the annual catch was
about 55,000 pounds. In 1948 and
1949, there were 50 launches and
the catch had increased from
55,000 pounds to 6,320,000 pounds.

It was therefore obvious that if
they got a few boats with engines
which would enable them to get
on the fishing grounds’ earlier,
they would have more time for
actual fishing, and the amount of
fish brought into this island might
increase considerably.

Of course there were snags. in
any form of improvement, and it
had been pointed out that it might
be wrong to encourage boats with
diesel engines to the detriment of
smaller fishermen, but it was felt
that the over-riding factor must
be the great need of this island for
more chéap food and accordingly
the Executive Committee was con-
sidering the provision of funds to
enable loans to be made for fitting
boats with enginés.

Naturally the calamity of Dec-
ember 2 and 3 expedited consid-
eration of this matter, and he
therefore had much pleasure in
moving the concurrence of the
Resolution that the sum of $10,000
should be provided in order to
enable loans to be made to a few

now 555 and at Queen’s College fishing boat owners, that was to
375, say, people who were interested
At St. Michael’s Girls’ scnool, in’ fishing, and did the fishing

themselves, to build boats with en-

ro acting mistresses hs been
ence.—U.P. see the just example of fine hos- Mided to the Mall, There are Miss gines.

pitality in the perfect Barbadian pveiyn Brancker and Miss Enid Hon. F. C, Hutson queried

N Wen . * Parris, whether consideration had been

i t ; At the Modern High School given to the question of mainten-

ext ‘Pwo Years ST. JAMES ALMSHOUSE too there are approximately 800 ance, and as to what type of en-

Will Be “Hard” will soon have a centurion. This pupils. gine would be used. He however

year Anne Drakes will be 100
years old. She is confined to bed
but still has her senses,

This Almshouse has 33 patients,
ten males, 21 females and two
boys. It can hold 60 people, but
the most it has ever had was 54.

The matron is Miss V. Mottley
and her staff consists of six nurses
including three midwives and two
on probation. Miss Mottley has
been with the institution for the

@ From Page 1

year 1953 compared
$71,000,000,000 this year.
Price Controls

Truman also handed Congress
a 12-point Legislative Programme
calling for tighter price and credit
controls, more foreign aid, im-
proved social security and unem-
ployment benefits, continued rent

with

i ast 16 years and served nine
controls, better farm price sup- P®S : :
ports and the revision of the wat before being appointed
Taft-Hartley Law. Th a nk Aten ahtae. cure

He said, “It i: even more true De ais eas :
of 1952 than of 1951 that we cannot War shows, at this Infirmary.
3 Myring the Christmas Season the

have business as usual, consumer
enjcyment es vucusl, or Govern-
ment Programmes and services as

Infirmary ws visited hv the Wer-
levan Church Choir, the St. Tames

usual.” Church Cheir and the Holetown
“The Economic Message is the Church Choir These Choire’ sang
seccnd of three eewcle tn the inmetes ond hrought

major mevsages





Treman sends to Congress at the the jov of the Christmas season
beginning of each session, to them.

It was preceded by the State of
the Union Message ard wil’ be
followed cn eat ot, Bs EASTER HAMS
Ltdget — ir ch the President
will spell cu il ferther his TO BE IMPORTED
legislative requests



i etify » t f 1
sional Opposi- A limited au ty “hams +
ti to the requested tox increase bacon is to be imported into the
¢ pecially in electicn year, both island in time for the Easter trade.
the President and his Council ef This week, the Controller of S1p-
I
l

Aware of Ccngre

Bc ¥ s i al i s that
nomic Advisers sa’d that (io plies notified loeal importers +
ited States can stand an-tac. consideration will be given to the

rise op tem of the dollar in- issuance of licences covering the

12 a
creases voted since the Korean imrortetion ef these commodities
war. These items will be imported

Truman said, “The productive from Sterling and Soft Currency
capacity of the U.S. leaves no room Sources, and importers who are
or faint-heartedness or defeatism applying for licenca; must do so
‘bout our ability to carry what- pefore Friday, February 1st.
ever necessary burdens the inter-
roetional situation may impose

vpon us.” —U.P,
3 Ships Arri
vo Ips rive Supplies that those who have ap-
plied for allocation of the unused
Three ships yesterday arrived balance of Japanese quota will be
in Carlisle Bay which on Tuesday jnformed of their quota on appli-
pheltered only the H.M.S. Shef- cation to his Office.



Japanese Goods’ Quota

Local merchants were yesterd’y

informed by the Controller of



field, fhe S.S. Planter, yachts and
other small crafts,
The three ships which arrived

were the S.S. Magna, the §.S.
Waiwera and the 5.S. Ocean
Ranger, all of which brought

cargo for Barbados,

The Planter, loading sugar and
rum and bound for the U.K,,
added to the activity in the har-
bour, Most of the lighters which
were laid up in the Inner Basin
of the Careenage were brought
into service to tend the ships.

The waterfront was busy
cay
ward
and

and
with

Commodities ordered on licences
issued from the above ayots must
be shipped from Japan before the
31st of March this year.



CLOTHES STOLEN

Rupert Clarke of Goodland, St.



Renianded With Bail

His Worship Mr. E. A. McLeod
Police Magistrate of District “A”,
yesterday remanded with baii
Adolphus Jones of Kendal Hill,
Donald Hinkson of Fitz Village,
St. James, Leslie Jemmott of
Hanschell Land, St. Michael, Cari-
ton Adams of Water Hall Land,
wt. Michael. Lambert Batson of
sargeants Village, Christ Church
and Eamund Archer of Kellman

assured the Council that he would
not oppose the Resolution,

Hon. G. B. Evelyn enquired
about the cost of the engine, and»
said that the idea was somewhat?
different from those with which
the fishermen started. He added
that this would make it impos-
sible for a man of the standing of
the fisherman to acquire a_ boat
which would carry an engine and
purchase the engine.

He observed that the cost of an
engine would be in the region of
$4,500 or $5,500, and said that he

Road, St. Michael until January had been informed that it was bet-
21 when the six of them appeared ter to have a large number of
before him charged by the Police poats than a few boats, since it

with the larceny of four bags of
sugar.

The Police are
the sugar is the
Harold Proverbs

charging that
property of
& Co., Ltd.,

Counsel in the case are Mr. E
K. Walcott for Hinkson, Mr.
J. E. T. Brancker for Archer, Mr.
©. Barrow for Adolphus Jones,
o jams and Lambert Bat-
r. L. Williams fer Leslie

arlton
yn and
Jemmoott,

Inspector Bourne attached tq
the C.I.D. is prosecuting for the
Police :



20/- For Accosting
Passers-by

Godfrey Brathwaite, a labourer
of Eagle Hall, \St. Michael, was
ordered to pay a fine of 20/- in 2!
days or undergo one month's im-
prisonment with hard labour by
His Worship Mr. C. L. Walwyn
who found him guilty of accosting
passers-by on Hinks Street, City

The offence was committed on
January 16.



Conmiunists Defy

Geneva Corvertion

i
PANMUNJOM, Jan, 16

General Ria@gway’s headquarters

accused the Communists of defy-

ing the Geneva Prisaner-of-War'l

‘Conventions in locating their war

prisoner camps near prime mili-





Michael, reported to the Police tary targets. |

that clothing which he left in his
yard on the night of January 15
was stolen. He valued the clothing

A special announcement said}
that the United Nations planes
were in the general vicinity of

al) at £2 14/8. Arthur Hollingsworth Kangdong on Monday night but
with the lighters plying back- Of Jones Land, St. Michael, also that it was impossible to deter-

forward with cargo, Teported the loss of clothing which mine whether they bombed war
schooners discharging he valued at £8 from his place prisoner camps as the Communists

their cargo of West Indian pro- sometime between January 14 and said that they had done.

duce.

January 15.

—U.P |

was more likely for many boats to
make a bigger catch, due to a
larger coverage on the banks.
Hon. Mr. Evelyn thought it
would not be possible to beach thr

boats with engines for repairs
and said that such boats would
have to be docked for repairs,

which would take some time. He
was not cpposed to the passing of
the Resolution, and was only
pointing out those maiters,

Replying the Hon'ble the Colo-
nial Secretary said that as regards
servicing and maintenance, in so
far as the Executive Committee
was concerned, it was decided to
seek funds which would be suffi-
cient to cover three applications
in the first instance, and therefore
the number of powered boats
would be very small.

The Fisheries
had

conditions

Advisory Com-
drawn up rules and
which would have to
itishec before the loans coulda
he made

The Hon'ble Colonial Secretary
gave figures of the cost of the type
ef engine which it was proposed
to use, and said he would dr w
the questions raised to the atten-
tion of the Qxecutive Committee,
The Resolution was concurred in

The Legislative Council also
concurred in a Resolution for $500
to cover the expense of bringing
an Adviser on Technical and voca-
tional education to Barbados for
a week.

The officer who will edvise the
Committee appointed to prepare
a modified scheme for Vocational

mittee

and Technical Training is the
Principal of the new Technical
Institute in British Guiana who
was in Barbados last November
attending the Education Confer-
ence.

Foedstuff Cenies
From New Zealaizd

Five hundred bexes of table
butter in packages arrived here
from New Zealand yesterday by
the 11,286-ton passenger-freighter
Waiwera. The butter was con-
signed to Messrs. J. N. Goddard
& Sons,

The first lighter load of the but-
ter reached the waterfront at
3} pm. and ayvan was already
waiting to carry the boxes to their
onsignee. Table butter is very
carce in Barbados, a clerk told
the Advocate, and the shipment
will do little to relieve the scarcity,

Also arriving by the Waiwera
were supplies of preserved meats,
rates and cases of checre, o%
1000 cases of corned beef,
fondues, corned mutton,
fulleream condensed milk
soap.

+)
ox
lamb,

and

The Waiwera, looking more like
® passenger ship than a cargo ship,
was built by Harland and Welff
Lid, at. Belfast in 1944 for the
Shaw, Savill and Albion Co., Ltd.
Her local agents are Messrs Da-
Costa & Co., Ltd,

Under Coptain L, T.
she carries a crew of 78.

Hopkins,

* * *

The Nourse
arrived here
yesterday

liner “Meena”
from Cape Town
with a cargo including
koelmon and other canned fish,
peanut butter, wine. vermouth,
lemon squash, lime juice cordials
and leather shoes. The “Megna’s

agents are Messrs. Da Costa & Co.,

Ltd

The chartered Alcoa steamship
“Ocean Ranger” came in from New
Yerk bringing 1,000 bags of soft
wheat flour, 70 bags of cornmeal.
734 boxes of codfish. foodstuff
and general cargo. The “Ocean
tanger’ called to Messrs Robert
Thom Ltd. Both ships have be-
gum to discharge shortly after
their arrival

Also arriving here vesterd:
were the motor vessel “Caribber”
irom Dominica and the schooner
“At Last’ from British Guiana,
The aribbee” brought fruit
chiefly grapefruit and limes
anc the “At Last’ brought 100
tons of firewood and 400 bags ol





heavy charcoal, The Schooner
Pool are the vessels agents

The ‘“‘Caribbee” is expected to
be leaving Barbados again on
Friday for St Kitts via Domi-
nica, Antigua, Montserrat and
Nevis.



valued et £14 9/- and the offence
was committed on November 1. Se ee

“se





House Pass $1,385

Yo Replace Parts...

@ From Page 1. |
equip their boats were at times
given facilities and scope for im-
porting them from the dollar area}
where the material was of a
better quality

Mr. A. E. 8S. Lewis
that he would take it that the
persons responsible for building
the boat could have got some in-
formation from the Government



(L) said

Surveyor of Shipping as to the
ype of engine, propeller, tail
shaft ete, that would suit the
water around here

It seemed that the Government
Shipping Surveyor had come in
to survey his own recommenda- |

tions to find that they were not
rig4t or that the persons respon-
ible for building the boat were
eapable of neglect by ordering
inferior stuff,

He said that the Govermmen:
Surveyor of Shipping should be a
man who knew samething about
shipping and waters around here
He wondered if he was not asked
at all jin the first instance,

He had heard it said in con-
nection with the Investigator
that the people who had built it
had set themselves up as marine
engineers playing with a sum of
$30,000 from the Treasury The
boat was built by the Government |
to look after the fishing indusvry
and when @e heard such rumours
one did no* know what to do.

The Government should le
this Surveyor of Shipping 4

advice to those people to whon
they were now lending money t
put engines in their boats,
one who attempted
with those things
themselves engineers
the Treasury,

Any-
to interfer:
and called

could dry

They had no technicians in the
House and were therefore not in
a position of turning down such

matters He believed this was
something that needed a lot moré
explapation and they should give
more consideration to the taxpay-
ers if they were willing to spend
their money carefully.

Dr. H, G. Cummins (L)
the House that he shad just re-
eived further information from
the Secretariat that the material
was bought with the Crown
Agents and was supposed to be
the best at the time, but there
was no guarantee. The new
machinery was, however, con-
sidered to be better and would be
resistant to sea water,

Mr. E. K. Walcott
objection to the fact
Government allowed
be imported through
Agents without a guarantee

tol

(E)
that

took
the
material t
the Crown
He
said that the inere fact that thers
was no guarantee on the metal
was sufficient proof that it war
not good,

Great Britain was out to sell
and was out to put more metal on

them which meant more trade for

‘monstrous” and added that such
1 thing
before,
He said that
machinery

had never been done
if
from

they
any

man who could
guarantee could
machinery,

The

passed,

never give

never give good

resolution was eventually



Labourers Renew

Registrations

Workeis have been jegular)
renewing their registrations at tiv
Employment Agency, and

iecent
«© eased slightly.

The Acting Labour Commission-
cr, Mr, Jack, told the Advocate
) esterday that except for renew-
ils and a few first-time registra-
ions, there has been a quiet ai
within the Department,

They have not yet received no-
tification from the Chief Liaison
Uificer in America as to this
ear’s possibilities for emigra-
tion of West Indian Workers to
the United States.

Cane Fire Checked

Two and a half acres of second
crop ripe canes were burnt when
a nre of unknown origin broke
out at Checker Hall, St, Lucy at
about 5.25 p.m. on Monday. The
canes are the property of Pleasant
Hall Plantation and were insured

This fire also burnt 200 sholes
of first crop ripe canes, proper-
ty of G. G, Hill. These were also
insured. The fire was put out at
ibout 6.25 p.m,







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Britain. He was surprised to see
that the Government was sittings
down and not trying to get a],
vuarantee, He termed it ag
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KING FARGUK
GETS A SON





CAIRO, Jan. 16 his first wife whom he divorced
Queen Narriman presented King on Nov. 17th, 1948.
wk with a son born at 9.30 The Crown Prince has replaced
The child will be named Prince Mohammed Aly, the 76-
ned Fuad. Mother and child year-old cousin of Farouk as heir-
doing wel presumptive to the throne. Under
The Queen, the former Narri- Egyptian law, the Crown must
n Sadek and Farouk were pass to the male member of the
rried on May 6th, 1951 She Royal Family.
17 years at the time Farouk, announced his engage-
Sy or,” sunce. ment to the then 17-year-old
making the o fc.al unnounce- Narriman Sadek, daughter of an
joant of th uv ihe Govern-~ c
a : 9 ara Egyptian civil servant, last Feb.
nt's Cai tidio = said, “God
‘ : 10th
nigh'y hi fiven the'r Majes-

(3, the King and Queen, a boy, Her fasher was the late Hussein
choreby giving Egypt Crown Fahmy Sadek Bey, Sec. Gen. in
bir nee , the Ministry of Communications.

Che King named him Ahmed There were unconfirmed reports

Yead after his grandfdther from Cairo that Farouk first met

The country’s welcome the Narriman in a Cairo jewellery
ew-born, during its struggle, in shop when she went with her
1» belief that his birth will be then fiance, Zaki Hasseim. a

tood omen just as his father’s young Egyptian diplomat to buy

Was an engagement ring
Holiday It is believed that the engage-
The Egyptian Government im- ment was broken soon after-
» diately proclaimed the day on wards, Hasseim subsequently’ was
ficial holiday as a sign of na- appointed to the Egyptian Coun-
Cral rejoicing cil of State and married the
The 32-year-old Farouk had daughter of an Egyptian banker
yee daughters but no sons, by last April.—vU.P,

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BARBADOS ADVOCATE

THURSDAY, JANUARY 17, 1952













































































































































































































































































































































































‘ i. :
wd Keith Mac Milan, Helen Mac Millan, { N S) PS
( ; | A S S I F IE D A D S PUBLIC SALES Seawell Margaret Ma | Millan, Patricia Ma GOVERNMENT NOTICES NEW § HIPs
Millen, ! Charle all, Ralph Guy 2 ,
. ARRIVALS — BY BWIA Olive ‘Aci Arthur Moore, Margaret | HA DLE THEIR
TELEPHONE 2508. REAL ESTATE ly saint TUESDAY Moore, Cynthial Harrison, Miriam =| f
VAL oie vom DAD Maurice McGregor, James Wickman - m .
—_—— $$$ E. Preece, P. O'Connor, P, O'Connor. CHAS AFFIC RULES 7
. * R. Lyder, J. Ferre M. Campbell, P. a P+ 4 Mary Chase, Stella} POLICE TR OWN CARGOES
Eng - _ FOR SALE to my SALE OR RENT os peli : > 4 a aeiel ? pemee me ven 5 ae. Barbados-Jamaica Cricket Matches at Kensington Oval on the a : lel
- z LE—Sargeants Villag hrist | Jobnso acl eNeil oycelr tching ,arles Hutchin x y : 4 c Ss s needing only a fev 1en
narge ie 3 ; - of word He elles tran Teaee’ Gul | Fisher, P. De Vertevilie, M. MeDeari, H. Joseph M..ihews, John Bovell |17th, 18th, 19th, Zist, 22nd, 24th, 25th, 26th, 28th and 29th days of}, Snibs MACe ie Gr cargoes are’
up to 50 and 6 cents pe act re aiaennhe . *soing | Boyack, J, Berry, A. Marshall Rod i § argoes
ceithouel taced. Perce chats non re 7 water, Eleciricity, land for gardening ee & Bode shies i earns P January, 1952. being designed for Britain's mer-
Apply: A. L. Mayers, Advocate Ady
bet-veen 8.30 and 4 p.m., 3113 for Death | eee LO tbs tebe | Geode: 2. ery, A Harbour Log chant navy.
Natives only after 4 p.in \ = ciicimmned bend tie a | Bovetl, A. Unterreiner, N RULES made by the Governor-in-Executive Committee under
CAR—V hall 18 C od K. Johnsor S. Johnsor v ARLISLE BAY y i i ped with
auxhs ar < \ > . > a ison, S. Jc n - a” wae 5 rit

The Charge for announcements of) .ondition—Phone 0149 oF erty vitinge. i Sateos, Phone: "nee ee aT Penner. B. Freckleton, < Sch Dota, Sch Mary E Caroline, section 27/2) of the Police Act. 1908, for the regulation of weet ee Se ‘nd
ledgements, end. In Memoriam notices," i ee pedi 17.1.62—in i et be he ie os me le, B. F ee ing > os ee i traffic between the hours of 10 a.m. and 6.30 p.m, on the: days inp in bulk— a revolution-

a 5 } ory otices “is at i sedi pitti Nel set aeta see Rust, Xe Montbrun, tovle, B arfar c del Caribe, = ue ; »3 g A 7 ~
$1.50 on week-days and $1.89 on Sundays! “CAR” One Morris Oxford, 1,600 miles PREMISES & BUSINESS C. Farfan, G. De Nobriga, A. Fullerton Smithe Ben Zita Wonita, Sch Adalina, on which Cricket Matches against Jamaica will be played at ary innovation.
oe — bane Me As new Dial 3900 i6.1.52—2n] Louis Ethelbert. Smith of St. Michael |J- Hersvoort, E. Hersvoort, J. Hersvoort. sch Cyril E. Smith, H MS Sheffield, | Kensington Oval. > 7 atl Na
Cie soe ee eas nein en | Row Bridgetown, offers his entire Prom-| 8. Clarke, V. Daniel D. Huggins, P yacht der, M.V. Moneka 1 In th Rule: Use of more of these ships may
somaeiors 7 aa on Sundays tor each! “CAR: One Prefect Ford in excellent] ises and Business, Funeral and Liquor | Bis*ineer, P. Bissineer ARRIVALS $ n ese ules 3 F result in a relief. to the country’s
ey et condition, five good tyres. Ring Ss. | shia is Bh Diehem Row Bridestow: a ha $8. 0 By F ae tan are “vehicle” includes carriag2s, wagons, carts, motor vehicles,|) 43) 314 road transport systems

5.1. 52—4n n Prone " . re » “PA RES — ya Capt as New . =e ™ . ”
naa eettt taste awd aay parade, ene ON TURSDAY MV Ceribbee, 100 tons net, Capt. bicycles, tricycles, vans, handcarts, trucks, barrows, and all|}y taking more goods on short
DIED “AR o B . New Aso 106 ney ca n and hae an arbitration RINIDAL ‘ Se, trem Dominied *
S CAF ne trand Nev -40 5) isiness c TRIN > jumbe, fr mu i 6 s.
1. Apply to M. C. James, Bata NE ee ee seater, Pugh. Miller, David Wickham, Lesile MV Megna, 4,391 tons net, Capt other machines for the portage of goods or persons. coastal runs
Stree 15.1.52—40 St. Michael Row Burr, Eileen Burr, Jean B fon, Drummond, iyom Trinidad. il 2. All vehicles proceeding in the direction of Kensington Oval Cement and Coal
— RT Bridget G itley Adams Kathleen Nobbroga Sehooner At Last, tons net, Capt ’ whew
CAR—One J-1) in exeelient saget oe | Vuninia Bynoe, Dr. Antonio Marquez. Ollivierre, trom British Guiana between the hours of 10 a.m. and 5 p.m. shall approach by way of
dithe é ysl N sie Guinea _emcqnsueemnemeemene | Eli Maseoll, Inez Matthes, Ann Marie MLV. We and tons net, Capt.) Lakes Folly and Fontabelle Road only and shall proceed in single They are being specially de-
e « lantation, St. John 52—7r “PROSPEC’ ion the j Ca bell, Helen Campbell, Hopkins, from Trinidad , ; ye ie . v
Da Minnie - Rob Bey | 5 SinGnE Tk Sita sata on SE aaa eg — .|line down Fontabelle Road. !cigned for carrying cargoes such
Wilhar 17.1.52—1n oe es See ot B22) | Roods, 30 Perches of land. The house 3. Between the hours of 10 a.m. and 5 p.m. no vehicle shall,as cement, oon, sm ore. BS
—_—_—-— — palntment to inspec 2 ‘I contains drawing and dining rooms : : : | K ; ‘ It is hoped that more voyages
7 yay ae? ire ted 13.1.52—4n y ; 7 ne proceéd on Fontabelle Road in the direction of Lakes Folly, except n ee ‘ Se
ANNOUNCEMENTS *| Sees, seen on tiene POST OFFICE NOTICE proceéd on Fontabelle Road in ¢ jit beac Sn, ule
—— LE ie Y aadiien ‘wane . ‘ ‘ . Z ¥ : ‘ ;turn-round at ports, a a gen-
GLADIOLI & DAHLIA ELECTRICAL Traction tdi SMondaj io Bridsy” tn Changes in Air Mail Schedule h 4. Between the hours of 10 a.m, and 5 p.m. no vehicle shall enter | era) saving of time and money.
abies ee oan ae ee, for]DEEP FREEZE—One second hand] clusive) between 11 a.m. and 2 p.m Effective 17th January, 1952, Air Mails will be closed at the| Kensington Gap from Westbury Road.
ee aabets Suey 5a | rassTODe Dew, Presto, in weed Weck 9, Tee, bere ee Oe oe Dies ccamny, | Ute! POM Otten 26 bellows a 5. Between the hours of 11 am. and 6.30 p.m. no vehicle shall
moked er phone me, sce ta anes iad 11.1.62—6n ] 1952 at 2 p.m. at our office in Luc a. Destination . ae dississ Day be parked in Fontabelle Road from the junction of Lakes Folly to the
grant Lt 52 Street, Bridgetown : Bermuda -30 p.m. uesday junction of Westbury New Road ORIENTAL
PERSONA 4 | LIVESTOCK nega en . 16.152 in 2°30 p.m. + uae oent 6. After 5 p.m, all vehicles leaving Kensington Oval shall do so
me ae pee aan OUVENIRS
- —— | UPS Three pure bred Alsatian Pup:| “RocKLEY NEW ROAD—Newly built Canada (Direct) 2 30 p.m by ed by way of Fontabelle Road. S

The public are hereby warned again bitches!. Apply Mrs. S. A. Blanchette] -.odern stone bungalow with built-in 2.30 p.m. ursday 7 Between the hours of 5 p.m, and 6.30 p.m. no vehicle shall
giving credit to my wife, Irene Prime unismoy/le"* Barbarees Hill. Phone 4554. | “\oboards. Standing on approx. 19,000 ‘ 3 ia Trinidad) 11.45 am Friday ; +. = * : em t SILKS, CURIOS, ARTS
(nee Harewood) as 1 do not hold myself 17.1.52—8n | co ft, land, Entire house built on large Canada (via Trinida ‘ aE enter Fontabelle Road from the direction of Lakes Folly except motor- VENDEMOS, SEDAS,

Feiponsibie for hear OF anyone ep won cale comprising three bedrooms all to Schedules should be amended where necessary. buses on route No, 25 and all vehicles approaching Kensington Oval JOYERIAS Y ARTISTICAS
tracting any debt or debt mn my nar MECHANICAI the E acious bathroom ete., kitchen 3
uniess by a written order signed by me aC 4 he East. spacious bathroom wondertui {General Post Office, shall do so from the direction of Westbury Road. : OURIOMEDADES, ia
od: fOLIFLEUS P a aan ay eee ‘i - 5 d LA i
nadresk ‘Sonn MGclivmore Rock CHILD'S TRICYCLE—Branker Trotman} view | of | Golf eyes, Gosrearmnaing 15th Sanuary, 1952 Re ennai? 8. Drivers of vehicles shall obey all orders given by any mem- DE LA Paete
~ oh Stree 4 50.4 space v ni . .
NOTE i ee ee tmatieiee achat oie 13.1 52—an. | avant room, bath and toilet, garage 16.1.52.2n Colonial Postma: ber of the Police Force. NI’S
MACHINE— One De Luxe treadle Singer ne ates suitable for large hobby room Made by the Governor-in-Exe:utive Committee this 14th day of T H A

Delhi 4 _ cwing machine in perfect condition used w laundry. ———— ¥

The public ave. hereby warned against| only by owner equipped with motor at For further information phone, ery January, 1952. Pr. Wm. Hry. St. Dial 3466
giving credit=-te m/ wife CYNTHIA] tachment & all other attachments belong- Sundays) 2205, Week-days 6 oi ttn. By Command, oi ’
LAYNE inee Griffith) as 1 do not] ing to same. For particulars Fhent ste . J.C. KING
hold myself rerponsible for her or anyone 16-3. 8—0n] Se Nee a coats ~ vee et ‘ , a
else contractiza any debt or debts in SE eee eeneing | Clerk, Executive Committee. i
my name unless by 4 written order signed uate aioe equare feet of land extending | MONTREAL, AUSTRALIA AND NEW te » ; ICAN
by me MISCELLANEOUS fromthe Public Road to the sea | ZEALAND LINE LTD. ‘ te elt NEW AMERICA

LORENZO LAYNE, idiinteds lanes s a One house contains drawing and dining MANZ LINE deat ae wed ponaneets “ior |
Thomas Gat AGRICULTURAL FORKS: _ Limitec electric- %
a . rooms, 3 bedrooms, kitchen etc, electric a Dominica, Antigua, Montserrat, GLASS
i St. Michael.| quantity going fast Secure your re+| ity and government water installed, Ser-| . v. TEKOA is expected to load at Peninies, | Astin. eas ;
ey. IL NS LNaat Benn’ Coton deeien | ese in SS dos, Bermuda early January and arrive | Q 18th inst PUBLIC WORKS DEPARTMENT, DOMINICA
. Hardware—B'dos, Co-op. Cotton Factors Inspection by appointment with the bln ae eeemeiie Abeut March S0th. The M/V “CACIQUE DEL Z Jugs, Tumblers, Dishes,
CATIONAL oa taemiiee Eel will be sét up: for sale Hnis vessel has ample space for chilied CARIBE” will accept Cargo and APPLICATIONS are invited for the post of Assistant Engineer, | Bowls, and many other
BATH TOWELS—Plain White Indian } 5. Pubic Competition at our Office| herd frozen, and general cargo Passengers for St, Lucia, St. gn a 3-year contract. The salary of the post is between $2,880 and
ake $1.20 ch; Light Col bdo Frid Cargo accepted on through Bills of Vincent, Grenada and Aruba. : ‘ 4 seid ‘ attractive items.

Next Term at fhe Alexandra School, st.| make $1.20 each; Light Colours with} James street, Bridgetown, on Fray), caing with transhipment at Trinidad Sailing Wednesday 16th inst. $3,360 per annum, according to experience, plus Cost of Living Allow- }
Peter, will reopen Monday, 21st January, | Vici Kirpaiant is Sous ate ins RARWOOD & BOYCE for British Guiana, Windward and Lee- ‘The M/V. “DAERWOOD" will ance Of 16 2/3% of salary. Quarters are not provided. A single man J
1958. ea) .oa— Fi J ward Islands, accept Cargo and Passengers for 5 7 b , , ‘saa

2. All communications enquiries, re a a ee ” ee eee Se ite St Lucia, St. Vincent, Grenada ig preferred in view of the difficult housing situlation. (i. utchinson
this school for gir is ma be oe area 7 = CORN—At Rock Plantation, St. Peter », For further particulars apply to— and Aruba, Sailing date to be Duri: the period of the contract tk ‘re vill be major works of
the Headmistréss, Miss Hilda Iellma) 15.1.52—6: AUCTION FURNESS, WITHY & Co., Ltd notified. . Pp ; 7 & CO, LTD.

B.A., B Peed, (Toroate) at che Schoo a ee se & a sia TRINIDAD. B.W.1. SCHOONER OWNERS’ jetty construction, building, bridge, and water supply works. Ex- Broad St oe Dial 4222 |)

Honorary Secretary and Treasurer, GALVANISED SHEETS — A limited} |! en gag a Pi 3,4 ASSOCIATION (INC) perience is required in the taking off of quantities, structural design te i

coke "Ale choo! quantity, 24 guage, 6 ft. $5.60, 10 #t. $9.33 | ® eee ee . y Co., Ltd. ignee. Tele. No. ft. i i ; ildi SS
~ Rene Te on Enquire Auto Tyre Company, ‘trataiga: Ayumas 1935 model Pick-up new Wr naan ee ta Consignee. Tele. afd detailing, and in the estimating of building works. ae vn SSIS
‘h & Spry Streets. Phone 2696. (5); jattery; All-Stee jody a , Wil. OOO OOO A” atti j i i ads she e

— ” es © me). 1.52—t.f.n. | good working order. Terms Cash. Fs tt etter ontandenceetnapaaitipess When submitting applications the following heads should OOOO PPOOVP LPS SPPPOIF,,
FOR KENT | ——— noARCMER MeKEN? used: : §

OVE? ne “Wonder” oven the little - i ri 8 ace of birth >
Ss top of the stove oven that bakes, roasts. | ——— ———___——_-—_— ——— ° (a) Meme Jnvfull: with: date ane place Phe g % A MODERN BATH ROOM g
HOUSE! stews, and does everything an ordinary I HAVE been instructed id i? aera ‘0. (b) Marital state and details of family (if any). % b

_—— —— 7 even will do but does it less ti a ment in Executive Committee to se 'e : . i . wi $ ; > .

a aia) an, Wall ae eck Sate It, Se lane tiene ana | eee TP Kier co aeareany oost te AOL (c) Qualifications and highest educational attainment. % is a necessity and with an.
dows situated centrally im Bolton Lane. | puilt in heat indicator only $9. 74 each | 17th at 2 p.m,, One Fordson Tractor. It I (d) Engineering experience, the various types of work being % . , , ALL-WHITE PO - &
Re RT eee ee it obtainobse from Harrison's Hardwarcg has new spare tyres and iron wheels ne. separately enumerated and some measure of the scope of | % LAIN GEYSER a warm or %

16,1 52 Store, Broad street Terms cash. 5 re his - 38 +h; Ks bei given in dimensions or .cost % hot bath is obtainable in a
————— 16, 1. 52-2 PARC OTT, SPE ed ane e works being giv 1 s cost. . inut -
NEW one r t ’ + = : ; matter of minutes *.
ea tae recaee a pete Govern ek NEW YORK SERVICE Applications should be, at least in part, in the applicant's hand % ING, NOON, or NIGHT . . %
Fully furnished including Refrigerator EXRES—At last, now obtainable inf | 8.8 “OCRAN RANGER” sails 4th Jan. —arrives Biden 18th Jan, 1988. writitig xt ’

ee Soccene. Apply 10M. M2 Ree ne lbh odie day must am DER THE SILVER 4 STEAMER sails 25th Jan.—arrives B'dos Sth Feb, 1952. . ‘ " ; bs 24 See them
Graham, Dial 8i72 171:0AON | Then ct AUP ae Enewebann oe dint 481 UN . A STEAMER sails 15th Feb.—arrives B’dos 26th Feb, 1962. The Director of Works, Ptiblic Works Department, Dominica, 5 eee

rana ° , * - em A our ne how roc i m rn :

i beater. LF Smt KR Hunte & Co. Lid. HAMMER - NEW ORLEANS SERVICE —~” will willingly answer any questions applicant might wish to address ¢ At Your Gas Showroom, and

rLAT— hree be om fla 1- . E A . ¢ s
ena” Abergeldie, Dayrells Road. aaa ee bal Miah Sestaeae NEWSPRINT A STEAMER sails 2nd Jan.—arrives B’dos 17th Jan, 1982, to him for a period up to\two weeks from the*appearance of this|% pook one to-day from our
Dial 4255. Mr. E. C, Field. UNIMET MAJOR Constructional ansk By recorimendations of Lioyds Agents A SXeeER sails l6th Jan.—arrives B'dos 3ist Jatt, 1962. advertisement, next shipment.

10.1,82—70 | provides the answer to a thousand anc | we will sell on FRIDAY the 18th at & Sian sails 30th Jan.—arrives B'dos Mth Feb, 1952. . hould be submitted to Hi our ‘the Administra-
ene nate a, Se Ersaiaens From a fev} 5. Pp, Musson, Son & Co, Ltd wate Pf * aAbeaae alive ete a shou subi ed to His Hon é 60909956 9599550 59 S5SSO"
WE: Aquatt . ackets 0; nime ajor you can con * . Pierhead, 8 Rolls Newsprin iS soon as possible,
= ant Joe aeatehall ani eo eee ae ear sony aie 2 oreleck. TERMS CASH | SOUTHBOUND - pep Domne ® " ’ — ~—
o months iy no s - ing, rames ‘or u ings etc, ly
betwe . 8 am. ane ll ri a. 1.89—4n Available from Stock — contact S. P BRANKER, TROTMAN & CO Name of Ship Sails Artives Government Office, a
MUSSON SON & Co., Ltd. — Dial 3713 6.1.52—2 Montreal Barbados Dominica. ; oe ee,
17.1,52—Tn ee , s.s eo i POINTER” +. 28th Nov. $1 : Nov. 51 oe Dec, 51 31st ember, 1951 ‘ oe oe BAM!
aa ee ee ree, ot $.S. “ALCOA PEGASUS" : = 14th Dee. 51 24th Dec. 51 Dee ’ : ‘ee! a “BAM! BAM! BAM! a
4 “ ee - .1,.52—2n: . .
Mexico Plans Bi WANTED DUR TE ORT A nee EE ee ad Urb: — waw YouR ant GUL? cEtiee" BS tock BIM 1 NOT BUM.”
e€xico is > instructions recelved from the ROBERT THOM LTD, — NEW YORK AND G sERVICE. 5555999599595 9S9 99599 OO TOPO FOO OOOTED OOO, : |
me ee TL ingurance Ca,, w sell on 3 ¥ Nobody)
ww, January 18th, at Messrs General Motor t : - (No' y
Sugar Expansion |" __HELE ce tase We a ae) ee ce er oe: St JUST IN TIME FOR THE Ss .
: A YARD MAN—For General work, | Austin Car, Damaged in accident) bale tay ay ™ y %
MEXICO CITY. |,,/ 2 Terms. Cash. G SEASON .
y ajand to drive a car when required. | *t ? Pm. Terms im PMR 4
lexico pans to produce a Apply J. Mi. G. Simpson, Wiluale VES ROBERT THOM LIMITED ans % ® “
least 1,000,000 tons of sugar A} Marine Gardens 171.526". } 6) so 4 PLANTATI NLDING ; Ww A B $ | Vol. 4 0. 15
Seer by i960 under, a seherne an eetarinemcnnee 181.5 n - siiate aa hated a LOWER BROAD STREET EL ELL Cc E X aie ALS a
prepared by the ationa y St. George, please apply ir erson, F ” - “ vies . ; * ; 7 > Lat
Pris, Vocemen Memes dete] Oe MEeS Ceemareaane Trans-Canada Airlines, B.O-A.C. and B-W.1.A. : CENTRAL EMPORIUM Sm evenvwitre
Â¥ scUUCtdONL iS SOE 700,000 | meme 4 ! Ss MS %
re eae NOTICE relephane Nor _ $08 : Ont. Broad & Tudor St. Ye ee
Ss a year, Field o., Swan .
vr) 2—2 1 = M6 OA 6666 6 D655 6 ECOCCCOOOOLELLLE
Undes the scheme, production) “ je I 8 8 ss ae hie ec dathene eae yee. LLLP PPE PPPLPP SD PPE SO OPES OOCTOOOO 2 paint ties Lanna =
a ‘ : § a =z
iil be raised to 890,000 tons b LADY to manage small store in Hast- | indersigned Harold Whitfoot Clarke,| \ x
35 and to 1,000,000 tons or â„¢m a puairies. ap aged person to Stans-} Peter Albert Kenneth Tucker and Charles % x
se Ps " 7 ine ; pro- eott & Co, & Whitfoot Clarke carrying on the business | we
by 1960. The plan sneer, en 15.1,52—t. fon of builders and contractors under the} *
vision for s.ockpiling 120, Ons me style or name of “Clarke & Tucker” at | <
cf sugar in Mexico to prevent any OFPK EB ct aa During Crop, aio Bridgetown, has as from the Sist day of | 9
Vein en 2 ‘ i t ) r previous experience an advantage December 1951 been dissolved by mutual] ¥
t ndue a heated Dae bm + ly. Manager, Lower Estate Fyctory.s consent so far as regards the said Charles | ¥°
addition Mexico wil be abe 9.1.52—in } wnitfoot Clarke who retires from the sard | x
export 55,000 tons in 1951, 90,00 OPERATOR. catia Gash Book, Lone and that the said Harold) \ —————

ns i 952 009 to 1953 Re ational Cash Book | whitfoot Clarke and Peter Albert Ken- | » s . b
tons - — ee aa * Doo | 120,00 ons in oe experience preferred—to assum usiness under the present style or name | pe ae 4 - aa . eal 3: H
tons in 1955. lutiea On Gt DONS 38h, ee et it {Clarke & Tucker,” ee % Che T.S.S, GOLFITO will be arriving from South- : highly selected grade British Friesian Bulls from the Exchange Dairy

7 Om ave WwW Px peric’ ated this 16 day of January 1952 .

wn rth 1 ont sid tion will also be given to ar H. W. CLARKE, am ) “rice ¢ + m : i

ae phos ion ro 6 eee) experienced parsowt WAG 9 Willing t SY ST ocrn, =. Bmptonon Friday, 18th January, at 9 a.m. and will} of Caroni Limited, Carapichaima, Trinidad, B.W.1.
€ the co wy's e in during the month of Februar + ) CLARKE . ses Sr er aff Saks
Gents largely O& MAWES DAY-| ipety tn person witk written, spplice- | 14 2.00~d Cc. W. CLA a sailing at 4 p.m. the same afternoon for Trinidad.
ing more and betsee, Spells to] fon” Dowding "Betates & Trading Co. x ns — hai labl 1. “CARONI VICTOR” Pure bred 3 years old
help them through e growin : . 1ere is ample first class accommodation available

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period,” said an official of the SALESMAN: Will also have to cover LIQUOR LICENSE NOTICE) } =, ee » “ oe 4
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: rs i | eam O-( a 7 52 Barbados Cricket Association Season. Marshall's total ment scored 491 point ae
3 . ~ 467 by Sheffield.
ad dite eae a . able average of 69. _. The shoot comprised four pra
(By THE SPORTS EDITOR) f 7 ‘Boogles” Williams is seccnd in the list of batsmen. He only “ces, Srouping at 100 yards, ay
: arrived here in time for four garnes but in seven innings, once not ‘ 200 and 300 yarcs
r ‘ to take wart in the | out he has returned an average of 51.00 ,™ y the ones
7 . yn’ rae eT = : AR sg Adzil Holder, Barbados and empire left arm spinner heads the cane ate which wé
1 Test will be selected today 1S : bowling with 31 wickets taken at an average cost of 7.93 runs each WOM DY : field
i { ip} nitto will take into the field ee ee : while his team mate slow left arm bowler Horace King, who is sixth A olewor feature of
ed plavers like George Mudie. slow left jin the list shat with pacer Edghill of Carlton the distinction of 8? ,2 possible cored at
ar let.keener bat avi* Sis Stanley Goodridge Denis Thorbevrn John McLeod Teddy Saunders Roy Miller Neville Bonitto having taken the highest individual amount of wickets this season—40, three practices b) F. ¢
, . . Frees te pe . oe man, oan King’s 40 wiekets have been taken at an average cost of 10.97 runs Walcot E.D i
G . pact and Roy Miller, his each and Edghill’s at 10.52 runs each Following are the scores
Regiment Sheffield
: eats a BATTING
re oulde f (Qualification 7 innings of 25 runs each) Y
B Si ) P F “3 cet iea te | BATSMAN CONS. . Toe. . Is Ay .
usters Veteat ts. Geer Pesene p N. Marshall at Fe ae 69.00 Avon '
' : Cc. B. Williams 7 1 306 160 51.00 5
\ . . ve C. G. Alleyne 12 2 349 103 34.90 gy
Mustangs sg ba aie fe A. Skinner 9 1 275 65 34.37
= z i “ . K. Walcott 7 0 227 129 32.42
ter = : , : & | A, M. Taylor 1 1 216 112 31.60 The teams comprised: Regi-

Buste [ i
victory over tar > Ray wee , E IC. Smith 11 0 334 63 30.36 mer lajor O. F. C, Walcott, I

remee Over NeUStRE ¢ ! i} Ry K. Branker il 1 301 109 30.10 T. A. ( ns, Lt. E. R. Godd
of polo at the Garris« , Deni $ G. Proverbs 7 1 179 47 29.83 2. Ss. M 1B.G., C
a ; k be I ae 4 ial a ; | T. S. Birkett 12 2 294 117 29.40 M. Ki md Sgt. Ed-
goals to love rh € ball. I ourn open ee a ae a4 sii oa N. S. Lucas 11 l 292 62 29.20 wards, F.E
most of the tir e Jamaican yes acl ‘ : W. Knowles 10 0 281 104 28.10 Sheffield; C. P. O. Moores, B.,
during the last cl *; eur as “a John Prescod Alfie Binn Sydney Abrahams Arthur Bonitto Horace Tulloch Reggie Scarlett Cc. Hunte 11 2 243 64 27.00 O. A. Southwell. K., Marine

; : me that } candi (Capt.) E. Edwards 13 0 347 77 26.69 Gibson, R., C. E. L, Burfitt, A.D.,

Though Buster re ¢ } Cc, Atkins 10 3 175 40 25.00 L/S Cope, R.F., A. B. Cleeve,
ere cee. ey Abrahams is a batsman Mr. R. C. Mar- This denotes not out R.C
cae Wee A ne ve played hile Teddy Saunders i all- iey, (left) Man- BOWLING
— — nd scored 1 ‘ ren . ho n use a ager = the ip. (Qualification 20 wickets)

Musté { et ist brea maican team. Mr BOWLER Oo N 4 -
less active [ th ' of Reggie Marley is an in- } A Holde ; oe Av C. D.C. Oo ice?
bination H Tulloch will | tercolonial crick- L. Harris 17 ee ae an i

Vere Deane lecte to with the eter and iv al- J. Greenidge 31 Going 10 J Ca
tangs, wi ywling, the brunt of which will pence ers ee H. Barker 43 ;
honours wert ece “sarily borne by George calhitel Ala: He E. Edghill 37 10.5 KINGSTON, J'ca., Jan. 16
tween the member fb ludie and skipper Arthur Bonitto : ae = . H. King (Emp.) 50 10 R. J. Rait, Senior Agyicultural

Neither IT imself : Indie 6 ste 7. King 36 11.29 Offic at the London office of
ébterp po Barbad cricket fans are hop- leatot : E. S. Branker 20 11 Colonial Development Corporation

Sine e. tka a ither ing for good weether and Mr. W. A. (Baz) O. Fields 29 12.27 is coming to Jamaica at the end
A : econd cricket and T am sure we are Freckl wennnths: I. Burke 19 32 12.43 cf the month to join the Regional

red a Oe ; . oa Feckleton spor M. Simmons 38 27 12.68 téadquarters. Stat i
chukka, Weekes ores ad to see the Jamaicans in ac son, writer of the Ja- ane C. B. Williams 94 13 21 jalan eeenaee eS taff in the Carib-
goal for his tear In thi uk here again after an interval of 26 maica Daily S. Headley _ 110 15 99 13.27 bean Area loca ed here
M. Parker fell and { ho nee their last visit Gleaner has ar- George Mudie F. Phillips 126.4 22 26 18.80 This is another step decen-
hurt. John Marsh came 1 to rived to cover C. Bradshaw 123.1 21 ea 13.82 tralization of a8 substitute for hit i ; ee aa Abele gh “i V. McComie 153 29 14.00 me mS ea oe C ae at

s beginning of the th 4 to I rreckleton is a keen fol- R. Austi 33 2% 4 14 preser contro!s é undertakings
‘ mee ste = a rr : w Z ithletes Train lower of the game and is a mem- K een oa 3 19 sy e in the Caribbean.—(C.P.)
ere SY ber of Melbourne C.C. of which F ¥ 3 ‘on 7 an
both tean ne ’ ) N. Marshall 185.1 60 14.55
Ges dis ache iohadeaeien, alate For Easter Meet Seis ene sad | Slee. pec. W. Greenidge 120.5 25 15.61 re

* Cenlaeeeaey a? eTsS O Jamaica eam are sole: € 7 4 . ’ . yyy
il- Ga ndaw ences meuribadte tenis 5 ee ae K. Brookes 138 23 7.34 U.S. MINING CO. SEEK
: as 3 aes Runners and cyclists are a . BIE. Hoad 141.1 9 18.66 Sek a ae anaes
am interval in which the Mu serious training for the big He is a guest at “Crystal Wa- E. Greene 173 42 i9.g2 LEASH FROM JCA GOVT.
had a @ard task Keeping up WI) ter Athletic Meeting which Mr. R. C. MARLEY ters”, Worthing Mr. W. A. FRECKLETON {N. Grant 124.3 il 20.40
them, they, ent in three goals, .be held at Kensington Oval aed KINGSTON, Jea., Jan. 16
an one, Marsh one and Mel- In the Cyele Division there are ~ . v a An American mining concern i
ville one quite a number of new e e fe Oa if seeking a 25-year lease from Gov

The last chukka wag the fi hile the veterans like Ken Far- ‘h m 1OnS Trium h In Soecer Li eb ts 0 Lost ernment to mine manganese ové1
est. Mustangs were putting every- num, L. Carmichael, D. Yarde : 1 . . an eight square mile area in Port-
thing into the game with the hope and Skinner are not taking chan- Freighter Sighted land on the north side of ‘he
of at least scoring one. But Bus- ces and can also be seen — erie - We a AT w island. -——cP)
ters gave away no ground and “road work" on their bikes. ie rR . . SEATTLE. Washington. Jan 16
aier-a series of good strokes by 4. «A Close riders wil By 'ALAN HOBY “SHEFFIEI D 9 DEFEAT The United States Coast Guard
the whole team, Marsh sent in th oH os Pe re kena I : ‘tel te? f baits id Lo said that a capsized lifeboat was

. aaa starting this meeting w n > { th ke ¢ 2 soagulated porridge. i‘ ighte ; auti i ; in
last goal a few minutes before t Stisrt who ot. tHe iast.-mieetine magine a pitc a Lie 1 plate of coag a I Y g - sighted 125 nautical miles south WEATHER REPORT
end of pla natched the 15 mile open Imagine mud so thick and clinging that four footballs—two j I—O vast of where the freighter Penn-

The t race: from Ken. Farnum brown and two white—had to be used during the game. are sylvania was believed to have YESTERDAY.

Mustang De Capt.), L. some hard riding, It is expected ; , , wi doehy emes ; gone down in the stormy North . ‘ ‘
Deane, J. H sell io. H \t at least two riders from the Imagine international stars like who cracked the ball in, split f THE “B” TEAM of the H.M.S. Sheffield defeated their 'acific about a er e genes eae ee .
John Intermediate Division will Alt Ramsey, Jackie Milburn, the Newcastle defence in one yivals the Barbados Regiment one-nil in a football match , 1 life cs a coe date: OF 40,

Busters Week¢ (Capt.). ¢ noted to the “A” Clas Eddie Baily, and George Robledo dazzling move. sarhicl mas played ¢ We in ea : areress two lifeboats had been sighted : .23 in.

ae he aaa Aad a “ove Mil ge oe, See ch was played at the Garrison yesterday afternoon. B.M. Flying s f
M. Park Arthur nd K. ne names have been mentioned | floundering ankle deep in a nea Newcastle’s goal was _ score vanaee _ ’ . by P.B.M. Flying Boats and it Highest Temperature: 83.5 ”F
Melville in cenneetinn with this wamp you will get some by George Robledo, who glided Chis goal was scored 15 minutes before the blow off, by was radioed that there was no tamest tem Lake GA re.
light idea of the appalling con- the ball into the corner of the the stocky Sheffield centre forward Mills from within the sign of survivors. However, | int’ Velocity: 7 miles per
ea ’ ‘ ditions at White Hart Lane, Tot- net from Foulkes’s cross. New- yenalty are: officers said that it had been
rR AN ik row! K D enha on Saturday December castle could have scored tw an s oe determined that the two planes hour.
ML amy tenham on Saturday cember castle could have scored two 9 The standard of play on the shall, Watts,. Phillips, Roach, GCtet Pe a arg Barometer: (9 am.) 29.996
} 29th. A three goals themselves, but Ditch- whole was low but the Sheffield Glasgow, Brewster, Sealy; Rowe @d seen the same boat. (3 p.m.) 29.916
Yet 1t was a magnificent game, burn made master saves from the forwards on a few occasions gave and Browne The Coast Guard also an-
1 muddy classic which was a two Robledo’s Ted and George. flashes of brilliance as they aN 1 ILMLS. Sheflield: Lewis, Deflin nounced that pieces of dunnage TO-DAY
edit to both Tottenham and Jackie Milburn, Newcastle's g@own on the Regiment defen : Bee! Lenn Golton..— Smith. from a ship's hold were sighted i ,
jeweastle. “Spurs came back to long-legged centre-forward also Play opened with the SheMield de- Stewart Daniel: Mills ana “ear the lifeboat. Sunrise: 6.12 a.m.
omething like their explosive cracked in a couple which showed fending from the Barracks end Seromo. 7 5 Reports that two of the Penn- Sunset: 5.54 p.m. ‘
est, On this form they could win why he is one of my three foot- and about 10 minutes after play E sylvania’s four lifeboats had Moon: Full, January 12.
he Cup ballers of the year. Finney and had started Glasgow, one of i The Referee was Marine Pox. been found, prompted the Coast Lighting: ey Pm
: Ramsey are the other Regiment forwarc ven 2 An .' team of the H.M.S. Guard Commander to limit dras- High Tide: ane se a 7.15 p.m.
Maybe it was the y : Finally, a word about that Jow pass and finding faloue Sheffield al:o beat the Regiment in ‘tically today’s air search for thé Low Tide: 12.49 a.m., 1.14 p.m,
hat 7-0 as gave vanis g race of Soccer enter- ran down with the ball nly to @ football match to the tune of 46 man crew of the American
Newcastle | ybe it tainers the pure ball artiste. kick it. wide of the SheMeld vont. three - nil on Monx treighter—U -
was just tha m h Strolling through this game was The Sheffield custo n Lewi z ,
{ the day—Champions v. Cup a 9st. 5ft, 4\4in. ball of firs known wearing a yellow jersey dived!) t
olders, “Gamecocks” v. Mar.- Tommy Harmer. thinking the ball was going goal- \\
pie but in the seventh mink wards. After this incident the! \\
tter both Bai ind Waite hal Harmer was none too nappy in Sheffield forwarc vere seen by a °e y
asped th bar, Walters i the mud, but he pulled out enougn fair crowd moving down to the 9 }
eally brilliant goal, Duquemin trick to show that football--- Regiment passing accurately an S Cc Ooo “Tre ‘i
flicked the ball to Walter who nder the relentl modern when it locked . i 1 goal w \
ith unexpected confidence, cor pressures of fear and relegation - hee oe as ,
A : > going to be scored against the, {
letely beat Newcastle's left baex is not becoming the exelusive Regiment, Golton ore cick ( a thus | - , i)
McMichael. The Spurs’ outside preserve of the kiek-and-rush giving Headley at left back f a in
ight dr ibbled and flashed the bal) Loys—those cnaraccers th only the Regiment ample time to clear | 7 i
past Simpson. me feot and one idea—boot it. his goal. |
Spurs could a iy have i Finding > new ‘i'om Finneys, Half Time \
ive o1 goals wit ttle Wilt Man Raich Carters, Le “ )
more luck, and if the ground | ‘iletinnns = pods aimee tole When Referee Polk blew for hai G V N )
bean driet Indeed roa an, tees » : ie i ‘ike time neither side had scored. After I E; THE CHILDRE {
forecast that the ‘Spurs defe saicivi Phy di mcrae Aa I in ce half Spee Pa oro playes {
would fall apart like the wall ofan i seemed to have losi all ball con )}
Jericho before the Biante Ne ‘ f sand, trol and this gave Phill psa THE BEST {}
castle attack, were proved But Haimer, if he can over- jnside left two resy chances } \\
prophets , ome his lack of weight, may de- draw first blood for Regiment but , ;
4 H in New Year Alex he like Gl ow kicked wide on 5
Spurs still have weakne ; e 7 aC Ine }
iy eon i James, both occasions. " } Order from }
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edgy’ and mistiming his ackl | wind, players cn both sides seem (i
He is having a poor patch at t! % incapable of controlling the ball )))
moment : WHAT’S ON TODAY and on many cccasions when th« \\}
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ward althou h he had a fo Police Courts 10 a.m neatly just hopped ')
i the ‘Spurs goals, is : Cricket: 1st Jamaican- Fifteen minutes before the blo
me SEUTs goes, | Barbados Test at Ken off the only goal of the match w )
° a ee jeoaae sington Oval 11.30 a.m scored by the S ield )
§ 4 spurs Mw ci ; ee : i Meeting of the Sanitary 1 This happened {
: ass of a pitch, It bo ommissioners, St =hefie war , vere
lown their slick short-passir Michael 1.00 p.m. . ca oo 10% wares wre were now é
style, Meeting of the St. Bachhdnt teen were |
But Baily was *¢ more | Thomas Vestry 1.30 pam. | “ea + : 1 ; Hl
the brilliant fellow we all kn« Golf-—B'dos vs. Trinidad { en 1
yesterday. Some of his passes ha Rockley Golf Course : ay i {i |
he authentic glow of genius 1.45 p.m, stn iat ee cb a : ee eae 9 1
2 : Meeting of the Christ ee ne oe eee a 2 i
eiaadiete The second Spurs goal, Church Vestry 2.00 p.m. igh
WEST INDIES batsman Frank Worrell bowled by Bill Johnston for minutes afte half-time, was The teams w« : e le
30 in the Fourth Test in Melbourne on 2.1.52. em. Harmer - Baily - Walter Regiment: Parris; Headley, Mar-
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PACE FOl'R BARBADOS ADVOCATE TIII'KslMV. IWTVIiY 17. I9 .; lftRB\IX)Si£p AlAtMtfll t— IHK ll MiiHn I IHUMI-.V Jan Four Men AI Outers Drawn Ml.ll< l**%< r In Egypt ItlSPOVMIIII ITY "NOW hv htt rw 'KI.L v fear except himself ." These words, chosen Irom an article by WILLIAM BARKLEY were published in the Advocate of January 16, and were most timely. In the same issue Mr. ALBERT GOMES of Trinidad is quoted as saying that in the West Indies "there is not the same social discipline as in Britain Taken together these two extracts might serve as a lesson to the West Indies on the one thins needful. How badly the lesson is needed was shown only this week when the House of Assembly debated a resolution to provide $1,385 which are required to pay for mechanical replacements on the Governmentowned fishing vessel INVESTIGATOR As far back as May 1951 it was discovered that replacement of the propeller and shaft and parts of the rudder of the Investigator would be necessary. The reason for replacement was due to electrolysis, as Dr. Cummins explained and had nothing to do with "ELECTRONICS", as the junior member for St. George appeared to think Electrolysis takes place when an electric current causes conductors of that current to undergo a chemical change. In the case of the Investigator, electrolytic action was resulting in decomposition, of bolts and component parts of the propeller and rudder apparatus. An order for replacement of the affected i the Investigator has been placed to .•nsitre that the boat will not be laid up when replacement becomes necessary. The House passed the resolution in Committee of supply but opportunity was taken by several members to criticise the United Kingdom for what was mysteriously described by Mr. MotUey as "exploitation of the Colonies." Members argued that the United Kingdom was supplying inferior equipment to the Colonies and were anxious lest the new replacement and the engines for the three fishing boats towards which the Government was contributing a loan of $10,000, should not prove to be inferior. Normally the members of the House would appear to have been exercising the functions of good watchdogs over the is1 land's purse, but the suggestion that the United Kingdom is deliberately profiteering by selling bad equipment to Barbados is' unworthy. The same United Kingdom has allocated il 800,000 as a free gift to Barbados under the Colonial Development and Welfare Act. The same United Kingdom has just agreed to rJay Barbados something like £1 million more for the 1952 sugar crop The same United Kingdom has agreed to purchase for 8 years by far the greatest part of the surplus of the island's available sugar for export. The same United Kingdom has agreed that Barbados should be allowed to sell its sugar to Canada after 1952 and benefit from higher prices if still prevailing in that market. The presence of H.M.S. SHEFFIELD in Carlisle Bay should remind the members of the House of Assembly how impossible it would be for this island to pay even for one day towards the cost of its own defence. The vast resources of the Colonial Office with its specialist and research departments are available at no cost to the island of Barbados. The list of advantages and benefits that accrue to Barbados from the good offices of the United Kingdom could be indefinitely extended. But enough has been said to remind the Barbados House of Assembly that their responsibilities are towards the people who have by the exercise of i adult suffrage returned them to represent their interests and not to blame cither the United Kingdom or anybody else every time a necessary expenditure of money has to be made. It was unfortunate that Mr. F. L WALCOTT was out of the island on Tuesday and that the resolution had to be introduced by Dr. Cummins who was unfamiliar with the circumstances of the case. But the people of Barbados no longer expect to hear useless recrimination against the United Kingdom. If. as Mr. Gomes admits. there is not the same social discipline in the West Indies as in Great Britain, the task of politicians and statesmen in the area is to lay foundations on which that social discipline can be built, not to raise petulant void's to "schoolmistress Britannia" nor to blame the United Kingdom for their own failures to lead and inform public opinion. The real enemies to West Indian progress are not the United Kingdom, nor any other combination of individuals or nations. The West Indian, like the Englishman to whom William Barkley referred in the above quoted passage has nothing to fear except himself. That this ItMOIi bus not been learnt is clearly illustrated by the debate on a resolution for SI.385 in the House of Assembly on Tuesday and by the account that was Advocate of some of the points to be raised in Mr. Gomes' prepared statement for the Commonwealth Finance Ministers, now meeting in London. Da 11 DStrumfnt Of Kovrriuiirnl U patient teams of censors in IM Ministry I f the Int.. then in constant use. >mi of foreign maga/ine-. and r**papeis all lefetenn^ latouk and Premier Pasha. Not that Knot Egyptians who can read foreign languages sre unfnUUl l Vritli the scandals mirr the administration ..f Ibl try—but it wouldn't do En las to learn how tally oth.' med upon these *h-i topics. They fear isolation AT the head of Egyptnational affairs are four men who mutually, and for good reason, dislike on* another In tensely, but are oliligcl t<< bfl logether It-si In IsoUuoi % %  4 fate should overtake them. %  characters an K Famuk. Nahas Pasha, the PrimBera| ad-Din Pash.. !]• Minuter uf the Interior; an I Saliih ed-Uin 1'iinha. the Fotl Miiii-tti A monarch and three pashuform the ruling clique. Although tbt BrttaSfa GiAe.timent in IB.'J proclaimed Egjpt a indepenu lit datnoa % %  aarll %  UtS political autliK remained in the hands of already wealthy landowners or in thou of lawyers and ptoA poUUciani who adopted that cat err because of the opportunities of enriihm. tit in affords. There arc few countries with more wealth per head i| lation than Egypt, nor any where ll is divided with more %  trlfeil contrasts Outside Uie glittering Mohammed Aly Club, whoa* members play baccarat with £100 MI have to step careful)) to avoid the frail and filthy forma of small chlMm >>n the pavement. The word w sU —t-arabV* which hi now tost to the British vocabulary. Mill has all its old signiiw.imv lo Cairo To satisfy ihc mob The nisi raojuadia „f Qovoranwiil i-.licy in Egypt is to keep Ihc poverty-stricken proletarlii from reflecting t-> dej grievances. The beat diversion is U provide an alternative target against which its resentment .., | ill t\ \KH I'KII I I •rted. That is why the Dt Cabinet is whooping the Egyptian mob to regard '-he Hi itish troopon the Canal . invaders %  tan-rill ry, intelligent Egyptian HI %  i a the narrow strip of desert along the west hank at tbt Canal omana I I %  > %  Itl troops In the safest, moat orderly and contented di*ttnt in the country. Wages ar. hlfljfes | %  %  BrltfSB Uv.. batter; towns and villages are cleaner, the local population get better medical Th.n the presence of the British garrison on the Canal ha* in every way been beneficial to %  M Btypt ii i" il. uht hut the personal ambittan of aw • % %  an h i iada it in* Mihjci; of the pre;cnt risky controversy. %  %  ill I ha. t e Poiatfh Minister, now BtUfl ling '• %  i.tial Assembly of the uaitad H BUM 'i thi I'M inieisJnp .ith all the piofltabla advantage-i thai iny it. M Pasha Is 7f 8B a troublesome physical miiimily. His term of office ublvously cannot last mucli longer Salnh ed-Din COVatfl !n ..rut needed „ cause in Wflll il he could uniti I laallnj iirhma him. He hi -Miming the role < f Brttlsl -baiter to bim the Egyptian Government has now gone too l.u lo draw back—although the Four-Power invitation lo toin the Eastern Mediterranean I>e'iwanlsatinn would at anv .it;, i nme have been welc>. ne a* gaining fm Egypt -he prestige ol Msaociation on a basis of equality with the Western PvVfot !• i ..snorted by all Egyptians In touch with the palaea th.it Kina rarouk was gtnMiab against ihe lepudiatioii of the JB30 Treaty by which British tioop' %  entitled to remain on the Canal until 1958 He would have preferred to refuse to sign, lbs Mills by which this treaty and the convention covering the Sudan were abrogated. A shrewd ruler Under the Egytian Constitution the King's hsStnt % • norei%  ary to the passing of the law By withholding it Farouk could have forced Nahas to resign He may have been tempted to do so. for he has had bitter quarrels with htm in the past, and one of the Egyptian Soveieign'. complaints against the British Government Is that on ahree •-rcasians it ugOd Itg infl Impose Nahas upon the King as Premier. But Farouk. though a moody and impulsive monarch, is by no means lacking in shrewdne.* and political craft He realised that in view of the popular excitement about the British occupation of the Canal Zone il M uld %  • H blunder for him to vale legislation purporting to bring it lo an end. To bara don* so would have n 1 irge the King with having overruled his Cabinet on a patriotic Issue It was evidently unwise to obstruct laws which the Pri and his Foreign Minister had lot the H F S MY Till IS aa .HI ything to suggest thai ihe difficulties mentioned are I. The asfManaa of a shortage in Britain u not in Itself .1 u.isoii why we should feel obliged to racocN Ua oni 1 %  Mini. 11 abortaga ban. one bottiem 1 h< ie is the shortage of coal and inotbai 1lha priorltj' given to giKMls for export, in order to pay foi m-txletl imports, including sugar fioni the West Indies. 1 11 have a serious short..!< of (Ban powar, whereas here we have chronic unemployment (hat is made worse bv the lack of •laclrtcitj Two years ago 1 suggested ih.it an fabvtOUl h" 1 -! lor' Sweat And IVar* In the middle of Kipling s If poem there's a gju By niKRIk JFNKINK (Jnr.l 11 betr BMfcS BMSMSI TwNlnl by knivr. E i.wb. "Of 1cll lhr in*i* '111 mr ii.ur brofco. AiiJ ilH| BBS hmM >m uf -.!>. .01 >• oni UolThe lines must have been prophetically written foi ( ld juslJawed hoary • headed Win-ton Churchill to-day .is lie stiHips mice more to pick up the broken pWOH of the British Empire It's no Job for an amateur In fact it may be hopeless even for such a master mechanic as Winnie the fixer. Only a man of his indomitable pride and rStsM of duty would want to bestir 77-year-old bona*. m *uch an undertaking. Or could summon the courage to mutter. "Yes. the outlook is grim but I've seen worse." Whal two wars in 30 years didn't do to wreck the Bnlish c. and governmental machine, ihe ere.it Socialist experiment did. Six year* of the Labour Party's Joyride to Utopia have ended on the rocks with four flat tires. And yet the supporters of AM Ice %  ever that they had anything to da with the crash even when tn-y gagfg ni ih wheel. The same number of antagonistic kibitzers will be jieerlng over the old man's shoulder, leering as he goes to work. They hope he falls. Bucn an attitude is characteristic of the Socialist manner of reasoning, it Is generally flavoured with aon 'if I can't have it. nobody should hive it"' The gist of Socialist campaign oratory—especially from Be van— stressed the "hard tsnanr" thai could be recalled even when the Empire flourished and when certain privileged people feasted on caviare and champagne. Such sympathy for the loctal underdog h not peculiar to Social-1 Uts. Any normal humw has it. But EQUALIZING INEQL'Al.-1 ITIES Or TALENT OR WEALTH by government decree is not the way to govern a free people any. more than a football game. Overwhelmed with pity for the losers, the Socialists would shackle Ihe •vtnnarl so that the gcore always came out even—nothing to nothing. Anyhow, no matter what becomes of the Empire, the Socialist., will never equalize old Winnie because in all of England he has no equal. With all b,is age, Winston Churchill is still the living refutation to a spurious theory— not that all men are CREATED EQUAL — but that they can be forced to FINISH UP EQUAL Olll HI AIM IIS SAY Huh Svlllng W Awwi Bimek To The Editor, The Editor— SIR.—In your Issue of January 10th. there ia a letter re %  ttitUsVi of Usher men selling fish at Browns Beach. Bay Street These tuiid flshermen although having li-h M sail refuse to sell to any white person. Mi tXpa been similar. I expect so much racial hatred has been blown DJ orators who were canvassing for I I might mention that in 1051 1 could get no flying fl*h as 1 would not pay "black market prlff This month of 1952 1 have boon able to buv 'tying flih once but at "black market" prices. Bill %  ITerevl me t 38 cents per lb but onlv U S-th parcels no cuttuag of fish allowed' As long as a tin of salmon Is availhall buy it. Tho I'ohce are a fine body of 1 rarj helpful but may I %  Ugjfatl that a policeman be sent OH the tn-ach at Brown's Beach nilar beaches lo see that fish is batlUJ sold not onlv m %  otourad %  a to white ones willing to buv FISH WIS1IER l : U. / .. Imn .:IIII; Slumps To The Editor, The Editor— SIR. 1 am a Chemist with 11.1i) Government. As a| result of an Illness with poliomyelitis. I have • partial paraly-i .! % %  of my left lea; and Since that time I have found my hobby of, stamp collecting .ncreasinnly im-fortant to me. 1 would like any-' one who is interested in exchang-l ing sumps of the West Indies for those of Canada end the! United States to contact me bv letter U G. CHATTEN. 1338 Laperrlere Avenue. Ottawa 3, Ontario, Canada llth January, 1052. TRL'MAN S FOES TAUNT— President Truman's home front worries pile up. Foremost among fhem are the the income lax scandal and the talk f improper influence In Oovrrnmrnl agencies. FKKDKK1CK COOK tells how one woman's fur coat ha* seized the ullenlioii of the nation .... 'The Mink Dynasty 9 NEW YORK. Thursday, THE 70-mile-an-hour motoring refugees fiom the blizzard-swept North are in too great %  hurry when they pull in to the luxury road.de "motel" in Florida to pay attention to ihe woman who shows them to their air-conditioned, £4 4s.-a-night cabins under the paussasi She is not striking in appearance. A little %  vcrweight. receding chin, straight, dark :uir. drawn back into a plain bun. -steelnmed glasses. Not the bathing beauty type. 1C6-A-WF.KK MAN There is nothing to indicate that she is the ''"man everybody has been reading about: '. he owner of America's most famous fur coat, lioyal pastel natural mink, I am told, is the 'ethnical description. Retail value, according expert testimony, is around £3,150. It is a beautiful coat. But lots of women in ihis lush and prosperous land fortify thems"lves against the rigours o( winter in coats lint as good. What interested so many millions in this p rticutarcoat is the fact that the woman who wore it was until recently a typist—at the \\ hite House. And her husband, 40-year-old Merl Young, just before the war was making only £6 a week as a Government messenger. n recent years things have looked up for i"m. When all the bother about the coat be^:.n—and caused some of Mr. Truman's foes tO dub his administration the Mink Dynasty Mr. Young was making £52 a week on the staff of the Reconstruction Finance Corporation. This is the Government Department which n 1941 lent embattled Britain 390 million di liars and recently got it all back with ini' est five years ahead of time. GRAVE CHARGE On the home front it is one of the main tunnels-—or was—through which Uncle Sam fteds large loans to people and firms who need a cut of his bounty. Mr. Young was one of the people who look [nto applications and pass them on. Now he I is under a grand jury indictment for perjury ''dlowing a month-long probe. It is a grave charge, which, if proved, could bring him a gaol sentence of up to 30 years. The grand jury also indicted Joseph Roscn1 aum, a Washington lawyer who financed tho purchase of Mrs. Young's coat, Young's broths* Herschel and Robert Dudley, an associate of Mr. Rosenbaum, 'LIES' Specifically Young is accused of three ihings: of denying that while employed by '.ne RFC he had anything to do with applications from Lustron Corporation, a prefab j housing concern, for 39 million dollars in 'oans; of denying that he over received "one single cent" in commissions or fees; and of aying that he got nothing out of putting 1 usiness men in touch with Government men. All these statements, say the grand jury, vero lies. On the contrary, charges the indictment, he actively participated in the Lustron deal (by which after leaving the RFC. he was employed at £3,750), was paid by Washington law firm for his services on another application and drew £500 a month U contact man for a New York exporter. 'PAID IT BACK' Young agreed that Rosenbaum put up the money for that mink coat But he says he uid it back. These are the first formal indictments t<> a me out of a sweeping grand jury investiga:ion ordered by Attorney General Howard McGrath after a list of mink coats for the wives of fortunately placed people was revealed last spring. It was a sub-committee headed by Senator William Fulbright of Arkansas who brought Ihe furs out of the mothballs and overnight turned them into Washington's hottest conversation piece and an almost dead sure issue a! the national elections of 1952. NEW LIFE The inquiry had been in progress man> w ceks before Mrs. Young—after being; staunchly defended in some high places—was allowed to give up her White House job and i depart for the new life as a Florida motelkeeper. She had, incidentally, worked for Mr. Truman ever since 1940, when he was just a senator and never dreamed of one day sitting in F.D.R.'s chair. I Down in Florida on the 2,000-mile highway j where all the traffic flows south at this time I of the year. Mrs. Young is content to concen1 trate on booking her overnight guests and putting up the No. Vacancy sign. She would like to forget all about her royal pastel natural mink. She could not have gone to a better place. In Florida nobody owns furs. It was 80 degrees yesterday in Miami. WORLD COPYRIGHT RESERVED —L.E.S. I DIARIES FOR SPORTSMEN 1 \( HUM. UMi;i 11 IHAKi' Tilt MOTORIST'S DIARY AMATI I K I'llOKM.KAl'HV IIIAKV THE MOTOR CYCLE MARY THE WlltUlv IIORLO DIARY Advocate Stationery I I ;! 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