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The Barbados advocate

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The Barbados advocate
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Barbados advocate (Bridgetown, Barbados : 1983)
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Sunday advocate
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Barbados Should Win

McLeod, Binns And

Bonitto Impressive

(By O. S.

COPPIN)

__ JAMAICA, with four second innings wickets in hand
still needed 199 runs to equal the Barbados first innings

score of 753 when
bados-Jamaica Test ended a

the sound condition of the wicket,
four days old before play yester-
day, although there were only
three playing days, Sunday hav-
ing intervened.

Jamaica, at the end of play on
Saturday had lost nine wickets
for 296 runs and with Binns at
88 not out and Scarlett 4 not out,
only the skill and determination
of Binns and the comparatively
negligible batting productivity of
Scarlett, stood between the 296
run mark for nine wickets and
the close of the Jamaica first

innings,
Confident

But strange enough, Binns
started with more confidence yes-
terday than he had shown at any
time during his innings of the
last day of play.

He was immediately confident
and he took seven in the second
over of the day, four runs coming
by way of a sizzling off drive off
King Yor four,

Century

Binns completed his century
that took him almost three and a
half hours but it was an innings
that was more than uséful to
Jamaica. It was not spectacular
but workmanlike for the most
part and it was certainly» studded
by some forceful onside play and

beautiful driving in front the
wieket when the occasion pre-
sented itself.

Jamaica's follow on, 442 runs
behind was, as I predicted inevi-
table and one at once wondered

how they would set about trying









play on the fourth day of the first Bar-

t Kensington yesterday.
I was pleasantly surprised “| gt 7 Z

He became associated with
Binns in a fitfh wicket partner-
Ship that added 108 in 93 min-
utes, and eventually topscored
with 79.

Binns’ 100 not out was enough
to give him the confidence to set
about piling up a good individual
score at once and unlike the first
innings he was at once off the
mark and scored at a quick even
rate.

McLeod’s dismissal at 79 bowl-
ed by King and Binns’ soon after
at 73, brought about by a well
flighted changed pace off break
from Marshall was a_ grievous
blow to Jamaica and now only
Mudie 4 not out, Miller 9 not out,
skipper Bonitto, Goodridge and
Scarlett, stand between Jamaica
and an innings defeat today.

No Chance

Even if Jamaica achieves
improbable and wipe off the 199
runs deficit, it is unlikely that
they will be able to do so by such
a margin as would entail Barba-
dos’ batting again with an appre-
ciable score to negotiate,

The Barbados bowling was
steady today and again it was
backed up by good fielding, per-
haps not up to the very high

standard set on Saturday but still} P&8°*®

Intercolonial
was again

commendable by

standards. Farmer
outstanding in my
Hunte on the boundary saved no

end of runs by quick clever anti-|â„¢an of the Joint Chiefs of Staff
returns | Was

cipation and

from the deep.

accurate









HOW




ere
ANUARY 22;

1952



arly ‘To-day

LED 4



NEVILLE BONITTO bowled by Frank Kin

tween Barbados and Jamaica at Kensington.

OF JAP TREATY
HAVOURED

WASHINGTON, Jan
The Joint Chiefs of Staff st
favour
treaty put 4 are
concerned about
the Kurile islanas was

it

_ ig
opinion and | t@cay.

General Omar Bradley,

reported to have exp

those views in a letter
Arthur V. Watkins,















ralificaion of the Japanese
sdmewhat
Russia’s hold on
learned

Chair-

to Senator



21.

rongly

ressea









“fantastic”











(By DICK WEST)

‘ WASHINGTON, Jan. 21,

Truman urged Congress to-day to spend $85,400,000,000
in the fiscal year 1953 as% “heavy price” for peace, and an
nounced plans for doubling'the nation’s capacity to produce
new atomic
spelled out the third largest budget ever submitted by an
American President—the biggest two came during World
War II.

‘ Reds Force

weapons. The

In a

Truman said



























Chief

33,000-word

g for 48 runs yesterday, the fourth day of the first Test be

.| RATIFICATION | ‘Truman Presents

Budget To Congress

Executive

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outlays

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B.W.I. $ Spending
Will Not Be Cut

FINANCE MINISTERS TALKS END

(From Our Own Correspondent)

LONDON, January 21.
B.W.I. DEVELOPMENT is not to suffer through dollar

webs
‘U.K. Closes
|
C lates
onsu ales Revealing this tonight in an exclusive interview
Conference in London,

|
|
|
cuts,
following the Finance Ministers’
| In Iran Mr. Gomes, leader of the West Indies delegation, said he
anticipated that the contribution the West Indies would

be asked to make as a result of conference recommendations
would be to try to keep imports from such countries as



(By JOSEPH MAZANDI)
TRHERAN, J

yielded t

an, 21

Britain

iranian de 3 ¥ 3 ; A A

mands toaay, and closed ail Western Europe and Japan at roughly the same level as

consulates throughout the counts obtained in 1951.

A British Emba spokesma This would entail some sacrifice * seni

Said that nine British Consulat because at the end of the yeat 5

were shut, as effe ve from th it vt from these source had Cc Ith M t

morning increased and some reduction wea us
He said that these include Be he recent

would
thi

gian Cons have
interests

British

ulate
were
Consulate
Khorramshahr
The British ected
Iranian Government
Sunday Brit
against it

section A

Develop

Resources

| (From Our

Cuts in

represented |
at

should not lead to any actual
cut in the volume of supplies im-
ported

Tabriz anc

in}
rate of importing
to be effected. But

during 1952,

No Reduction

‘gards dollar ceilings
were now being con
detail and it was im

rejecte A

h } ‘ iid these

inouncer idered in
the Iranian Government in a n possible in case of any individual
on Jan, 12 olony to Know how the ceilin
With its rejection, ran pr for 1952 would compare with that
duced six photostats of tter i of previous year ‘l can sa
tended to ipport charge hat}this however on the whole the

aft
he Own Correspo:
LONDON, Jan
imports which Mr,
Lyttelton is to recommend to
Colonial Governments following
the decision of the Commonwealth
Finance Ministers to put sterling
area trade on balance with the
rest of the world by the second
half of this year will not result in
any reduction of imports below
the 1951 level,

ident

21

ight the

deciston, ar



British interferenc in the inter permissible maximum of doll
nal affairs of the Country w expenditure in 1951 will not be
responsible for her reduced in 1952. In plain word
A British Embassy B.W.1, need not fear cuts in dollay
menting on the expenditure.” Mr

action
official co

Iranian note Gomes con

that alleged British Consul tinued : / The aim is rather to prevent im-
interference dated back 40 yea He said he was thankful to! ports from the dollar area and
and most of the persons involved}|have the assurance that the other hard currency countries

were

In

Canadian-U.S.A token import
scheme had remained intact,

went to the conference fearing we
asked

dead he

only

addition,
charges were
eral and not concrete,



from rising any further.
Finance Ministers are clearly
| basing much of their confidence in
| the ability of the sterling area to

that the





However, the British spokesm night be to agree to

the Iranian assuran severe restrictions of imports but} weather the present economic
about strengthening friendly ret ur special needs and the situa~ storm and the hope of increased
tions with Britai: He ‘id th Yon have been fully taken ant exports of primary products from
he hoped British personne} in Ir sxcecount, We should also remem-| are colnnthe.

that the
es acrifice
nake.’

ber more

we

! '
the: “Lyttelton said tonight that from

| the colonies point of view the two
|most important sections of the
communique issued after to-day’s
final plenary session were those
dealing with plans for deyelop-

We export
shall

would enjoy the ime freedor )

movement



nd s¢ have

uri I it
Ens

enjoyed in land

Meanwhile Premier Moh He said in order to regain

mr

Mossadegh prepared to answer ot ontrol of the situation it would

Tuesday the ultimatum by t probably be necessary for Gov-

fanatical Moslem Sect pr« ernments to reverse the trade

ymising


























| ‘ 7 % rer 5 a 1
i a “eecary liberalisation policy in relation tof '"8 Commonwealth resources anc
to force a draw. King Consistent The general sense of the lettes cea” to aa up the military hig assasination unless he im Western eubeps which they had] the need for “frequent and com-
Unsuccessful Frank King has maintained a|/— but not its text -—— was made strength of the nited States and Jately freed its leader.—U.1 idopted last year This woula] prehensive” consultations between
Prescod and Thorbourn, the] terrific pace for the entire match }known today as the Senate Foreign 2 2 oe eae the face of the Petes a probably mean putting a number} Commonwealth Governments
aie aie fee maha and his 2 for 36 in 14 overs is| Relations Committee called frad- grim evidence” that Russia will ; r , ; ' “mia
openers did not succeed in giving em SOF : = S not hesitate to use war t sait y e f goods which are now open tk ,
the team an opening that would omall gagigation on ee very velu- dey along with Se ore ot eo oe € : ar to gain ZY, ot ! i eneril licences back on th Tt Well Revresented :
have indicated a fighting total.)}@>!€ bowling assistance to cheson and his top level advis- or8. eae . ep andy ae pecial licences list but this did is Suggests that the colonies
Prescod was out in almost similar|team. Barker yesterday kept up‘er John Foster Dulles to testify ee ARMS ee Jan ois te He ae te sted a0t 20h Seo nee not necessarily mean reduction] Will be well represented on the
manner to the first innings, He|® fast pace for a longer period jon ratification of the treaty. Both ag cig it Sap er RE pape sede ical countrys milita ¥| MVEILTICLET Jin essential sipplies. working party that is to begin an
played a tame stroke to a bouncer than he did in the first innings Acheson and Dulles urged ratifi-]@ck the United Nations again ? buildup —s the twelve months immediate examination of all pos-
and was out again at square leg.' but I am at a loss to see why more | cation of the treaty. the western front today, A raid- Sarting July 1 ‘and. ‘another ; F , More Exports sible means of inereasing Com-
ip i ed se i t de of Eric Atkinson. = i ios Fe 3 , ‘g{ing patrol first attacked the hill] $10,500,000,.000 for the United , xp :
; Use Is not ma rie Watkins contende hat Japan’s & asia oa en os ae ae . Z
I was not expecting this since u dt I ; > . e e He repeated What we have to] Monwealth production and also at
Diane i . Per, Surely there was ample sco for | .),. £2 get , the} Northwest of Yonchon at 2 a.m.] States allies, ineluding $8,000,- é am ave " wn: er f
Prescod executed some _ scoring y Pp ge abandoning of its claim to the P ; 000.000 Miney- ell 3 guard against is an increase in| meetings “on official level” which
strokes and some other defensive! at least try him out with a few | southern part of the Sakhalin to be thrown back by in-] 0 7 TAeTY. pid and ¥ xpenditure of foreign currencies., will take place from time to time
sakes 7 i a | over. he has estab- 7 og : se small arms and mortar fire.}-$2,500,000,000 in economic assist- By PETER WEBB) ey Fo OF LOFeign CUrFeNCiss, oc ally $ 5
strokes that marked him as aly e © et i ee diness, | !and and the Kurile islands must re aye llexy parobendiiaal ae Severity of this tightening up of|to review progress on measures
yer batsman but is ileus: <0 cioosiuak ovens ;}Hot confirm the agreements of nidine pate Woah ans nother $23,700,000,000 would ISMAILIA, Jan, 21. }licences system sould be mitigat-} now being ‘taken aiiethsidered:
that the bouncer on his.body Is his | and hd $f not Potsdam and Yalta under which | the raiding party again assaulted ar ant Rent Peoreaen Egypt promised a full and it ed by increase in volume of our Steps will be taken immediate-
Achilles heel and he will have to, Successful would scarcely be an Russia besuvied thoes iethnde |the hill and this time got close]Z0 to finance “normal” Goyern- cayp promisec a full and tm- ‘ 8 mul Steps y be te immediate
find some answer to this sort of expensive one, ae 1p “ Ff _— Fa fenough to hurl hand grenades,| ment activities and meet the in- mediate _ investigation into thejexport he more we can pro-|ly to maintain and increase sur~
bowling if he is to enjoy any Littl He wants a reservation spelle 3 ea SR wre however, Red fire] terest on the mounting national| Killing of an American nun dur-|duce for exports the less we shall] pluses earned by certain Colonial
§ s tc le Help t to that effect }Once m«¢ : d fi ; : Sis aber ahd era : nee ‘ant -—_ ( ;
reasonable mez f i aut to that effect. la _ UN t s beck to their} debt. ing the Anglo-Egyptian fighting] have to restrict our consumption] territories in their tradé with the
reasonable measure of success in| Holder got little help from the| Bradley's view is said to be that|TV¢ U.N. troops back to their in this uneasy Suez Canal Zone] of import rest of the world. Loans may be
this tournament, itch and thi: 1 f 46 ~ F .4)own lines, Taxes 2 i rest o 1e world, Loans ay
pitch a S 14 overs for . > security . > | , ot mi today . hn : ; a ? ; was
r ; k while the security picture in that| ; : iN a jtown, it was announced tod: The maximum discretion would} sought from “outside sources” in-
Good Catch runs without _ taking a_ wicket North Pacific Area is not wholly}. QO7, the eastern hE ee The President renewed his re- ‘he United States Embassy in}be allowed to individual Govern- cluding the World Bank to Fin-
Thorbourn, whose valuable} though not disgraceful are cer- satisfactory to the U.S. military|P@trols fought four engagements} quest for some $5,000,000,000 in|Cairo said that the acting Egyp-|ments as to how they achieved] ance eual ont ‘ects, Amer
batting in the Jamaica first in-|tainly not as successful as one an te -nationa rae cba ‘al with Communist units in bunkers}new tax revenue but indicated tian Foreign Ministet ibrahim| the required improvement in their ance Aas opines Re s, Ameri-
nings was one of the «highlights! had hoped for under the condi- Ethand cule -atifi s of the| t of Mundang valley he does not expect to get them.|Farag Pasha made the pledge to balance of payments, Methods can investment wil also be en-
of the match was out to a very| tions. ee at rahe sment ott ‘e|, If one, Allies surrounded four} He said he did not plan to send a|/the American Ambassador, Jeffer-| might vary withgindividual terri- COUNERe Whstever Drapelcanie
good catch off Barker by Atkin-| There is little reason to believe | treaty jal 2 ene To rt bunkers, killed 24 Reds, and cap-[ special tax message to Congress|son Caffery, on Sunday night tories but this was the broad pic- Raw Material
son at square leg and with his! that Barbados will not win today Wrritorial issues at some ater i tured five others in a 20 minute because his views were already The announcement suid that ao , ei are aw SSORTRS
dismissal went much of the but I am sure that the Jamaicans | date fight record Calf lled F t ture, l
paa : : & eee . . aol : ght, on cord. allery called on Farag to expre Sine : stere also feel rz aterix
slender hopes of the Jamaicans} will have benefited considerably Quick Ratification Bad weather hampered air ac-! Members of the House Ways!his “grave concern. over th Sterling Area In Debt Bs bck Fogg el ss ps
to save this game. Saunders too, from their first experience andj Senator John J, Sparkman, who] tivities, Patrolling American! and Means Committee which ori-|tragic death of Sister Anthony Reviewing the general position aaa by regularity in’ pur-
helped to make this even more | the chances will be fairly even|yecently returned from a trip tO|Sabrejets also shot down two] ginate tax legislation have al-jat the sisters of Charity (St. Vin Mt Gomes said the sterling area ahalen by countries outside the
apparent when he was again out | in the second Test. Japan with Dulles predicted that)Communist MiG15 jet fighters|ready agreed informally not to|cent De Paul Society) Convent Hed. BiGn the ae — vhota atani tie a This will crobebly
lbw to a pacer, this time Barker ratification will be quick. during Sundev.—(U.P.) hold hearings on new taxes un-|on Saturday. 1e¢ Ay as in debt o the whole be . f the iicmatinma isalt wit
—in the first innings it was King. Sparkman said that he thinks less pressed by the White House.) Both the U.S, Embassy and a a blurs ase anceiene or se “th Raper. party ‘investig ‘es
; the guarantee of Japanese Premier | ; | British Military Headquarter ¥ ats @ rape) by \ f part) nae
B.W. Again ‘ Ik a : ® % . Ty an’s attitude seemed to} ’ cite! at Son tam then idly, If this process was allowed| ting opportunities for increasing
I acute ye the lift of ruce | a Ss Yoshida that his country will} Churchill Catches iia uote no SC eae oir Aaa meltite pat puns ned in ie ps rp th to continue unchecked there wail Caniaaiecreattt raw material pro-
the Kensington wicket and Thien! recognize Chinese Nationalists, re- | - kel of cash the Pre ident’s| since Egypt began dept 4 a xpel}# grave danger that sterling as| duction,
j . rec S , > -oad- 4 . . . “BY pt 3 : >
back too much to quick ones At Dead-end ies aah . a a = oe paw | Up On Home-w ork budget would commit the U.S.| British Forces from’ the Canal @ On Page 3 { @ On Page 3
pitched at a good length but MOCKS. (0. FAUGER ie ae i ; ‘ to carry 85 per cent. of the burden|Zone late last year
Which do not rise as much as they however, was reported studying | NEW YORK, Jan, 21. jot the rearmament of the West Who Killed The Nun?
do at Sabina Park. He am this By ARNOLD DIBBLE led ree ae would) Clurchill stayed Eas at hey He requested a record $1,775,- Pa y Arey rs od ne
and “presto” he is automatically deprive Japan of a trade con-| home of financier Jernard} 999,000 for atomic programme ne Sh an 1e nun ai
struck on the pad before he can PANMUNJOM, Jan. 21 a|essions from the U.S. if it traded| Baruch to-day to catch up 0M and disclosed plans to double it|*h#t Egyptian terrorists murder-"
get his bat down and he is sent] Korean armistice talks appeared’) with Red China in strategic war|homework, but he will come outj over the next seven years at an - the re ree old ae York |
back having been hit well in/ to have reached a dead-end today | materials. {on Tuesday for a parade upy estimated overall cost of $5,000,-| PO, pa er A a ane Peas " -
front. ¢ with both sides refusing to budge.¢ Watkins also indicated he will|Broadway to the City Hall 000,000 tried . os vent the * from hurl |
Neville Bonitto, one of the most}Only a major pelicy change by propose’ that the U.S. set a time | Britain’s Prime Minister saic Mr. Truman told Congress that |'"* Eee Lae na Teeny
attractive batsmen in| the team|the United Nations or Communists limit on its trusteeship for|that he would spend the day| jy jg essential that the United | frounds. ore de ut é Br staal
scored an pares 43 ae can end the endurance contest/Okinawa and the surrounding/reading State papers that have] states continue financing joint | te ps ie eee 4
Se en Seer ear ‘en ane save negotiations from final} jsjands so that the natives can one| accumulated and greeting eienes technical assistance programme Eilis A. Johnson. the Us|
much in the vicinity of a flash of collapse. ‘ain. | day determine how they want to Baruch ae Hat a ae Latin America. : ’ Consul General said that he be |
0) 4 =C s > gover Pp wo ’ . atthe e made no specitic reques 0 ¥ restig "1 7 {
the bat for such a valuable bats- Both Sub-committees working be governed.—U.-P. uld be of “no political signifi- H \ I f t for gan investigations last night He}
an Harkiiss hed be-| 0" the truce agreed to meet again cance”. ia| funds for technical co-operation) was joined today by Lamar Mul-|
mat Pecause: i bt Dow gerbe! as. 11 am. Tuesday. But neither Churchill's Broadway parade) with Latin America during the|jjner the US Consul in Cairo.|
ao emi . neither was his held out any hope for agreement.|_. | ° . will take place around 12.30 p.m.| fsea) year but said he later would | @ On page 8 }
heac “Slow But Sur Each side served notice in two U.S. Reject Russian on Tuesday, The Sigs Minister's) cand Congress specific recorn-| - |
eure Sub-Committees today that it will i 10 car cavalcade will be joined in (mendations for an overall mutual | —— !
McLeod, a slow starter, and ; \ihatn’ lewies . , - Lower Manhattan by some 400;/, ; ome : talling |
7 ; :’ not yield on the two main issues ‘ q Re eer epee vet Tee security programme totalling | 1 ie
: ne scored only. #, susie in the | ploticing the armistice—the United Claim On Re turn policemen and firemen, the Air] about $7,900,000,000 including | I rom Kitehen
irst innings took minutes over ; » é a voluntary re- ‘ 4 Force band, and a mounted police Latin America.—-(U.P.)
his first four runs. But he took Nations cemapas sor voluntary Of P ‘1S ers : aye ; \
s ti i i . atria of war prisoners and isoners escort. I
oo a getting spe agente pe = ne oes a = Ni nai siotng - Abiiiar to" To Bed
o 1e bowling and when set was 7 8 WASHINGTON, Jan. 21. Medal of Honour from Maye ra
good to watch, struction. The Unit States is expected; Vincent R. Impelliteri, Churchill] B 1 : ri I nen A us o blev ip |
cas “a st| The United States is expected) Vincent R. Impelliteri, Ch i aos rishernie “teas saab ih uh id
Fie gg Beg ee to reject flatly Russia’s claire | will give his farewell address ad i ¢ Eur I ane an Py ce tine
i T 3 Be ra : ‘ ‘etrafed a {today that she returned all/the nation.—U.P. n Jrenada Ae 8 On| ea : * ~
Adenauer Wants liberately bombed and strafed a] (Oey | Tat) Ae nese war pris= bout 7.30 am. yesterday. §
e lid S properly marked oe truce |oners except war criminals The} (From Our Own Correspondent) = red from many burt
Ko delegation convoy on the Pyong-;<2, , “aes ad : ST. GEORGE'S Jan. 1 Yunnah did not have to
OL xn upport r ‘ State Department had no im-;j 5 Ss *HOKGES Jan ,
: yang-Kaesong road last Friday ‘. a . < ; Reds ur e@mDs 1 bi he fishermen,|far for treatment. The ineids
> mediate comment on the Soviet . ee arbad i r
It conceded that some such Com : . ‘ " > ‘. _ yi, occurred in the kitche it th
’ de if F , 3 laim made in a note handed-to ‘ 4 picked up off the southern tip ¢ ; H ;
we epee hit dur irae aula s ye 40 the American Eambpapy in Mtge in Crowded Streets Grenada lest Sunday after being| General of the t 1 2 .
hit during an Allied air attack’ > ua ay, ’ +, nen’ ¢ > as are being|® member of the staf
> 7 i . cow early Monday. kt sea for five days, are being| : ; !
(By W. GRIGG) miles north of Kaeson.—U.P. The Russian assertion however SAIGON, Jan. 2! eared for here by the Police De In wae a beir at the ki cue
; BONN, Jan. 21. conflicts with estimates of U.S.| Seven bombs, thrown by Com-|partment until they can leave by|/ Dla hed v. occup "4 nate
Chancellor Konrad Adenauer is sources that more than 1,000,000|munists riding bicycles, exploded steamship for home. jta je bed in one of the urd
making an all-out bid for a solid Germans and Japanese taken|j}, broad daylight in erowded Instructions have already been |
See ; ‘ I &
oo ide front in support of our a prisoners in World War II are'gtreets here today, injuring 24 | received here on notifying Barba-|
Mi German rearmament this still in Communist hands, passers-by, and damaging Gov-'!dos of the rescue that their boat W.I. vs VICTORIA
i % > The Russian note was a reply|prnment buildings. be shipped back, |
eine ee chiet a anes From Lorries to one sent by the U.S. January! fight of the wounded were re- The men are Ralph Briggs, | Victoria declared their see-
aniumeaihs © ae ae Social 8, calling on the Kremlin 10| ported to be in a “serious condi-|John Norveille and Delbert Gildi-| ond innings closed at 236 for
lavage Daviy i the west Geren Three men, George Roach,|tell what happened to Red-held tion.” fon. | 7 wickets today, the fourth
Parliament, ? Hugan Roach and James Mac-|W4 prisoners. The U.S. note] six of the timed plastic charges] They were rescued by the and Jast day of the return
So far they have bitterly oppos- |Lean. all of Ashton Hall, St.Jalso asked Russia to send aleyploded almost simultaneous Y-|sloop, Rhoda L, off Point Salines W.L-Victoria match
ed the agreement that Kdeteaa Peter, fell from motor lorry E 60 representative to the meeting The seventh went off some hours|only the worse for exposure and} Victoria had a first innings
is ssotia Ft ‘ along Walls Ro t. Peter, at|today in Geneva the U.N.\jater. The ¢ ighth bomb was ren-/running out of their rations—bad| lead of 60 runs, therefore the
is negotiating with the Western & ad, : : , ‘ e
es f 1 cain meh a ‘“ ; about 3 p.m. yesterday. They{Commission on War Prisoners dered harmless by the police be-| weather having driven them from! West Indies required 297 runs
Allies for Germany. to contribute ; k 3 7 hi ; + tt ; of ¢ i
12 Divisions for Western Europe’s' were taken to the General Hospi- fo eran sata 1€ eS af e fore it had exploded.—U.P. their Barbados fishing grounds. to win the match.
Jefence date 5 s 19) tal. those sti alive id accoun or : S atin om cinerea $$ i aqumashiniatepaeaemeinastatianidiantins mt
talk Teed taceieme oo okthaay'e Hugan Roach was treated for a|those who have died.”
defence contribution will be voted fractured shoulder and detained. Phe viet reply contended) e
by a sweeping majority rather | George Roach and James MacLean that the l . Commission was “
than scrape through a dissension-|Were treated and discharged. Geen because ic nad) pees areen eG ~ 1 OW e ain
ridden Parliament « 6 reated unde; merican pres- -
But all indications are that the Irene Wharton of Cottage, St. Sure i j t i Ci en . sasans tacos hai “ oe i rey x
Social Democrats will refuse to!George fell from a motor lorry Ru ia boycotted the Commi ~-| The Careenage igs again becom- > R. . ( i — ged up ” . Mary M. es from Br : Gui }
play ball with him despite the|slong Batters Road, St. George at |si ” first meeting last July crowded with schooner i} British Guiana while other small- ana, the wdenia W. fre :
Chancellor's appeals for national ;about 2.30 p.m. yesterday. She} —U.P. | motor vessels. For the past v er schooners called a bh Domin- | Vincent, the Everdene from St
unity and a “National” Foreign|was taken to the Hospital in a} jmmore schooners have been pee St. Vincent and St. Lucia. rs ie pe Daer-wood
Policy. Jn that event, the long|serious condition and detained. | > png port than were leaving aE aoa acinl Ming fealseae ee .
and embittered political battle | It is understood that in the first | QUAKE RECORDED D te Abas guns ot | Br - ; cee eos seams Lucia
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the West German Parliament votes |on a load of grass on the platform P ws ade tA lab Carattiaiin necaiike baaiod, heady caltatenal and. trech ins, chalo i
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PAGE TWO



Carib Calling

R. G. H. ADAMS, C.M.G.,
Leader of the House of As-
sembly returned from Jamaica on
Sunday after attending the
annual meeting of the Council of

the University College of the
West Indies, of which he is a
member

Mr. Adams left Barbados on

January 15th.

Back frem B.G.
ACK from a six-day visit to
Britisk Guiana (via Trini-
dad) is Wing Comdr. L. A. Eggles-

field, Director General of Civil
Aviation im this area He re-
turned yesterday morning by
B.W.1A.
First Meeting
R. C: A. GROSSMITH, Ad-
ministrative Secretary of

C.D. and W. left for Trinidad
6a Sunday to aitend the first
meeting of the Governing Body
of the Eastern Caribbean Farm

Institute if the absence, through
illness of Mr. Frampton, C.D. and
W's Agriculture Adviser.

Mr. Grossmith went on board
the Golfite when she called here
last week to meet Mr. A. B. Kil-
lick, C.M.G., formerly Director of
Acriculturé of Uganda, who was
en route t6 Trinidad to join the
staff of the Imperial College of
Tropical Agriculture, as Professor
of Agriculture

Fulbright Agreement

KAViNG for Trinidad yester-

day by B.W.1LA. was Mr
H. A. Pifer, Secretary in London
of the Fulbright Commission, He
arrived here recently from Jamai-

ca, The Fulbright Commission is
an agreement between Britain
and the U.S.A. for the exchange
of research students and other

university workers.

Annual Leave
R, AND MRS. FRED TOPPIN

arrived from Grenada yes-
terday morning by B.W.LA. to
spend two weeks’ holiday here,

f&taying with Mr. Toppin's parents,
Mr. and Mrs. A. R. Toppin of
“Newhaven,” Hastings. Mr. Top-
in who is with Bovell and
keete’s Branch in Grenada is on
annual leave. His wife is the
former Joyce Johnson of Grenada,

Grenada Visit

T PRESENT on a _ holiday

visit in Grenada is Rev. C. W
Forsythe of the Diocese of Anti-
gua. A son of Mrs. Blanche
Forsythe of Victoria, St. Mark's,
Grenada, he has been ministering
in the Virgin Islands since leav-
ing Codrington College, Barbados,
where he studied for the minis-
try.





HEN I read that an indus-
trial firm had received an
order for £10,000,000 worth of
large boilers, 1 pictured the com-
mercial traveller who secured the
order being congratulated by the
head .of the firm, and modestly
attributing his success to a daily
smearing of his hair with Snibbo-
tene, the hair-oil which is the
basis of the cocktails at the——.
But what a lot of rebuffs he must
have received, And what fun it
must have been, after haggling
with people—(“Won't you order
just one little boiler?’’)—to land
this whale of an order
I also picture to myself the
foreman, when handed the order,
shouting through a megaphone:
“Attention everybody. Drop what
you're doing, and start on £10,-
000,000 worth of large boilers.”

In Passing

PLEA for more international
sport, as the best method of
improving international relations,
really boils down to getting the
Russians to play cricket, as I have
often pointed out. By encourag-

ing them to say that Stalin in-
vented cricket, and by awarding
them Test match status, we

might bring about a surge of good
feeling. “A peace based on
games,” said a professional foot -
baller who kicked a referee the
other day, “would have the sup-
port of all right-thinking people.”

The clergyman who is in trou-
ble for leaving his parish to go to
Yugoslavia, where he hoped to
purahase a Montenegrin centre
forward, had the right idea, It
is now up to the British Council
to lecture to the Bulgarians on
last yéar’s county averayjes.

Paciencia, Pulgas

E traffic in stolen fleas
surely cannot be what is
called almost universal, Who

would buy them but the owners
of flea-circuses or their agents?
I read that there was one of these
thefts the other day. One way
to stop this scandal would be to
apply the Association Football
system, and encourage transfers,
with high prices for outstanding
fleas. Patience, fleas; the night
is long, says the Spanish proverb
Don't you believe it
T does not surprise me to
read that an alcohol which is
used for liqueurs is now being
mixed with petrol. It will soon
be possible to stay at home and
drink petrol instead of tearing
about in a car. By the way, a
man rang up a garage the othen

POCKET CARTOON

by OSBERT

LANCASTER



Up and About

Ve ROBERT WATSON of
Monireal who opened the

Canadian Bank of Commerce here

is recovering from an attack of

pleurisy at his home in Montreal
and is now up and about

Maj. and Mrs. Watson spent
last winter visiting their daugh-
ter and son-in-law, Mr. and Mrs,

Lionel
Joseph

Williams of Canbar, St.

A Son

R. CUTHBERT MARSHALL,
4 Max Factor’s representative
in this area arrived from Trini-
dad yesterday morning and ex-
pects to be here until the end of
the month,

Mr. Marshall has just bécome a
proud father, his wife, the: form-
er Jean Galt, presented him with
a son on Thursday January 17th,

Canadians Jubilant

CANADIAN friend tells me

that Canadians visiting Bar-
bados are generally jubilant at
Canadian Funds reaching par
with U.S., and some are of the
opinion that U.S. funds may be at
a slight discount before long

Others take a reserved view of
the advantage aé_ discount on
Canadian funds would give
Canada in the few competitive
export markets available.

The development of Canada’s
natural resources has increased
greatly in the past few years and

ME 4 ves

“My car’s
turned turtle.” “You want an
aqguarium, not a garage,” vouch-
safed the mechanic, with consid-
erable sang-froid.

day, and_ shouted,

N article giving.a list of the
’ terrible humiliations married

women have to endure omitted
the most terrible of all. There
are husbands who refuse to raise
their hats to their wives’ dogs,
when they meet them in the
street.

“He cut Fifi,” you hear women

bay Never mind, poor mis-
understood creature! Buy your-
self one of those abominable
poodles. Comb it, brush it, curl

it, trim it, and enter it for a prize
at a dog-show. If you. get even
an honourable mention, your hus-
band will be so crazed with pride
and remorse that he will buy it
furry boots and a hat of its own.

Partial Apology
HE

in
with

Mrs. Tuckstaff mentioned
this column in connection
Applewhite’s Non-Priority

‘Circling Iron is, of course, not the

Councillor H, T. Sdrewdraft allu-
ded to in Mr, Worley’s offensive
attack on the Derwent Bay Fish-
eries Development Scheme. No
reference was intended either to
“Baby” Neele or Commander Slat-

terne, but any inconvenience
caused to Miss Barker, Miss
“Dolly” Hurst, or Sir Edgar
Searcher is not for one moment

regretted.



ui os
Xupert is thankful to be back in
the open air and he bends down to
pick up his sack of fir cones.
* Phew, I'd no idea that there was
anyone like that in the pine wood,"
he murmurs. ‘What a terrible

person."’ ‘* Don’t call him names,"
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new sources of oil in Western
Canada are reported weekly.
This oil production has reduced

oil imports substantially and with
the export of raw and finished
products to the U.S. has relieved
the drain on the U.S. dollar

Incidentally the successful
method of indirect taxation in
Canada has attracted wide and
favourable comment in the U.S

as the best method yet devised to

fight inflation and has attracted
large investment and venture
monies into the Canadian com-

monwealth,

Delayed Departure

M* and Mrs. Alfonso B. de
Lima returned to Trinidad
yesterday by B.W.LA. They
were accompanied by two daugh-
ters. They had been here on a
short visit. Mr. and Mrs. de
Lima originally planned leaving
on January 17th, but at the last
moment had to change plans.

Mr. de Lima is Managing Direc-
tor of Trinidad Jewellery and
Loan, Trinidad and he also has a
branch store in Barbados.

Three Weeks

R. AND MRS. T. MALCOLM
MILNE of Trinidad who had
been holidaying there since De-
cember 27th returned to Trinidad
over the weekend by B.W.LA
They were accompanied by
their daughter Claire During
their three week visit they were
staying at Accra Guest House.

C & W Manager, St. Lucia

R. AND MRS. F. S. POTTER

flew in from St. Lucia over
the weekend by B.W.I1.A. on a
short visit. They are staying at
Ventnor Flats, Rockley.

Mr. Potter is Manager of Cable
and Wireless’ Branch in St. Lucia
and at one time used to be sta-
tioned in Barbados,

Returns to Venezuela

ETURNING to Venezuela on
Saturday by B.W.1LA. was
Mrs. Rupert Stone, the former
Phyllis Farmer, daughter of Mr.
and Mrs. Murray Farmer of
Walkes Spring, St. Thomas.
Mrs. Stone had been holidaying

here since late December. Her
husband accompanied her over
but he has already returned to
Venezuela where he is an ac-
countant with Schlumbergers in
Caracas.

Talking Point

.
Oo’ all nature’s gifts to the
human race, what is sweeter
to a man than his children?
—Cicero.

By Beachcomber

Pianist Kicks Jelly

M* ambition, as I have fre-
quently said, has always
been to write news stories to
startling headlines. Today I find
this: Parson Seeks Yugoslav Foot-
baller. At once my pen takes
charge of me and supplies an
elucidation of the mystery, with
the second headline: Mayor Posts
Fish In Money-Box. Then we
come to the kernel of the matter:
Giving the name of Burstaway, a
tall man fell through the roof
of a tomato-store yesterday. “We
pawned his clothes,” said buxom,
fortyish Mrs. Thirstie, “as we
were afraid he would go away
with the tomatoes.” Subsequent
inquiries revealed that the man
had cut his way out with the lid
of a bispuit tin “We are now
back to normal,” commented a
neighbour, Florence Arbroath.

Nothing to do with Me

A porter who was standing
near the engine got a spurt of
oil on his head, amid laughter.

i (News item.)
“POURING oil on troubled

porters is second nature to
me,” volunteered the engine
driver.

My Mistake

I T has been pointed out to me

that it was La Belle Otéro,
and not Cloé de Mérode, who was
humiliated on a famous occasion
by Liane de Pougy.

r

Ogre-—15

little creatures
“You wouldn't know he
was here it you hadn't accidentally

snaps one of the

severely,

found this door. Now hurry. I've
been toid to show you the way
home."" And he leads Rupert
rapidiy away without saying another
word,

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For Hurricane

Relief Fund

LONDON, Jan. 10.

West Indian students at the!
University of London are busy
composing a new calypso, all about
university life.

They intend to sing it on
February 8th at the Carnival Ball
at Senate House, in aid of tne
Jamaica Hurricane Relief Fund —
although the singers will come
from Trinidad.

The project was discussed at the
university last night by Jamaicar
running champion Arthur Wint
who is a medical student and is
helping to organise the ball.

“We are not very good at
calypsos in Jamaica”, he said
“though I expect I could write one
if I tried.”

Another helper, 21-year-olc
Valerie Howard, vice-president o
the University Union, goes to Spain
on Monday as interpreter to a
group of members of the Nationa
Union of Students. She hopes to
get gifts for the ball from Spanis!
universities.

At the Carnival Ball, College
Unions will probably take part in
a Mardi Gras procession, dancers
will be in fancy dress and usually
sedate rooms of the University





building will be re-christened
Jamaica Inn, Caribbean Room,
Kingston Hall and Kummy Re-
treat.



Hollywood Round-Up

HOLLYWOOD, Jan. 21.
It goes without saying that
Hollywood, in the role of succes-
ful salesman, has not .contem-
plated any changes in presenta-
lion or personal appearance trips

as compared with last year's
programme. Actors and actress-
es have again been selected to

address civic student bodies in ‘the
48 states.

Opera forums are again pro-
viding players with the chance
to talk at first hand with ordinary
people and indirectly pay for their
salaries.

The main thing, however, is the
opportunity presented by the
trips to have fans meet celebri-
ties in the flesh. On that alone,
as almost every Hollywood pub-
licist would contend, the entire
project is warranted,

An idea of the scope
area covered by any one “movie-
time” group was obtained by
tour statistics of important Texas
visits headed by John Wayne last
vear. The troupe travelled 2,600
kilometres, made 85 appearances
in 30 cities, signed 348,000 auto-
graphs, gave away 350,000
“movietime” souvenirs, initialed
by the tour organizers as a means
of added publicity.

of the



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11 15 a.m. Southern Serer lade Orch
tra, 11.30 a.m. From the Promenade
Concerts, 12 noon The News, 12.10 p.m
News Analysis.
46.—7.15 pm

31.32 M., 48.43 M,.

. 4 p.m. The News, 4.10 p m. The Daily
Service, 4.15 p.m. Marching and Waitz-

‘ng, 4.45 p.m. Piano Playtime, 5 p.m
Take it from Here, 5.45 p m. Elton Have
6 pom Persotal Portrait, 6.15 pm

Welsh Magazine, 6.45 p.m
Up, 7 p.m. The News, 7.10 p m. News
Aralysis, 7.15 p.m. Cricket Report on
4th daur’s Play, W.I v. Vietoria; ar
Rendezvous with Commonwenlth Artist
7.45—10.20 pom. 31.32 M. 48.43 M

Sports Round

7.45 p.m. Lake Titicaca, 8 p.m k-

~ Cabar-t, 8.15 p.m. Radio Ne eel,

20 p.m. Report from Britain, 8.45 p.m
Composer of the Week, 9 p.m. Meet the
Cemmonwealth, 9.30 p.m. Ray’s A Laugh,
10 p.m. The News, 10 10 p.m, From the
Editorials, 10.15 p.m, William Holt Talk-
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Double or

overcali?

These factors decide

\ Jhen a defender elects to
bid over an opponent's
jpening suit call he must

f dear in mind that an overcall
ma suit merely suggests the

bility to win so many tricks
with that suit as trumps.

A take-out double, on the
other hand, is essentially @
means of enlisting the partner's
yco-operation

The range of hands on which
4he double can be used is neces-
sarily a wide one. The upper

imit is a hand just short of
“vame-going values under its own
power. East, for example. opens
One Spade ; South holds :

@8,9AK107,@¢KQ 105;
&®AKIS

A double will allow tie
partnership to get together in

he best trump suit. without
being committed to a game con-
tract if North is very weak.
Stronger hands call for more
positive treatment ; South holds:

@. :9AKI93; @KQI2;
&AKI3
If East vain opens One

Spade, South game-foreing overcall of Two
Spades. the only way of ensuring
that North will not drop the
bidding short of game. An
immediate overcall of Four
Hearts might run into a bad



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trump break, whereas a slam

might be cold in one of the
minors

The lower range of the doubie
can sink to abysmal limits.

depending on the urgency of the
situation. For example, both
sides have a part-score in the
rubber game and East opens One
Spade. South holds:

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Any intervening bid is
obviously fraught with danger
but, if South decides to take
action in this state of emergency.
a double is both safer and more
constructive than a call of Two
Hearts. Baperences: players
have a psychopathic fear of vul-
nerable Povercalls at the Two
level on a suit of broken texture
The double widens the choice
from one suit to three, not to
mention ee Two
Hearts doubled might be a catas-
trophe, but a take-out double of
One Spade is unlikely to come to
serious harm.

It is true that North may be
compelled to bid Two Clubs on
four small Clubs and a trickless
hand. If he is doubled, a retreat
to Two Hearts is still available
and may prove a better resting

lace, in the meantime, Sou

as given his side every chance
of finding the best spot in the

combined hands.
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Josey Hill Road
To Be Repaired

TWO thousand, two hundred
and seventy-eight dollars which
the St. Lucy Vestry had allocated
for widening and reconstructing
Sweet Field Tenantry Road will
be used for repairing Josey Hill
Road, the Vestry decided at a
meeting yesterday.

The Vestry came to this de-
cision after they received a letter
from the Director of Highways and
Transport stating that it had not
been possible to cbtain the neces-
sary land for widening and re-
constructing Sweet Field Tenantry
Road,

The Director suggesce-] that the
money could be used for repairing

the Josey Hill Road. On the
motion of Mr. J. E. T. Brancker,
seconded by Mr. G. G. Harris,

the Vestry decided to reply to the
Director signifying their approval
of the proposal,
Exhibitions

The Vestry awarded one of two
vacant exhibitions at the
Coleridge-Parry School to» George
Griffith, son of Mrs, Mayfield
Griffith of Pie Corner. They de-
ferred the award of the other ex-
hibition pending further informa-
tion,

Pie Corner Road

On the motion of Mr. Brancker
seconded by Mr. Harris, the Vestry
recommended to the Department
of Highways and Transport that

the portion of the road at Pie
Corner extending from the Cove
Water Metre to Mr. Griffith’s

residence should be reconstructed.

The motion was made after the
Vestry received a petition from
Mrs. Alice Austin and 35 other

residents of the area, asking the
Vestry to recommend the im-
mediate reconstruction,
Bad Lighting

A letter was received from the
P.M.Q. Dr. Kirton, complaining of
the bad lighting of his house, Mr,
Cc. H. Yearwood, Junior Guardian,
reported that lighting arrange-
ments had been effected and
there had since been adequate
lighting at the P.M.O’s residence.

Dr. Kirton has sent in his
resignation as a Commissioner of

Health for the parish. On the
motion of Mr. Brancker, the
Vestry instructed the clerk to

write Dr. Kirton requesting him to
re-consider his proposed resigna-
tion, particularly in view of the
fact that the end of the parochial
year was only two months off and
a doctor was an_ extremely
valuable member of such a Board
Diocesan Synod

The following delegates were
appointed to represent the church
and chapels in the Diocesan
Synod:—For the Parish Church,
Messrs. Colin Ward and Mr. F. R.
Campbell; St. Clements, Mr, Ter-
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international currency would col-
era lapse beore the end of 1952.
Building C’ttee The task of the conference
Mr. C. De C, Howell and Mr. therefore had been to recom-
G. G. Harris were appointed mend to participating govern-
members of the Building Commit- ments, first, shorter measures to
tee on the motion of Mr. Brancker restore sterling areas reserves to
seconded by Mr. C. H. Yearwood. 4” adequate level which alone
Mr. Howell and Mr. Harriss take COUld re-establish — international
the place of Mr. W. L. Greaves ae in a, and ae
‘ - ondly to prepare long term plans
and Mr. J. R. Alleyne. to Ener production suffictently

a: to put the sterling area into a

tn the Scasl Opiibon Chutets prominent and stable balance

ze e Caureh- ‘with the external world and to

warden Mr, E, L. Ward, J.E +» Cer= induce conditions which would
tain questions by Mr. I. C. Sobers encourage creditor nations main-
were again deferred. ly Canada and the U.S.A. to in-

The Vestry decided to take the
opinion of their solicitors as to the
present status of three of their
Commissioners of Health who lost

vest capital in the area.

The conference fully recognis-
ed that short term measures en-
tailing cuts was neither a perma-



their seats as Vestrymen at the nent nov a desirable solution, But,
last elections. said Mr. Gomes: “A preliminary
Rev. Pestaina, rector of the Step must be to cut our cloth ac-

cording to our means and the ul-
timate solution must be to make
more cloth, And all our resources
must be mobilised to this end.”

Vital Interest

Parish, welcomed the new Vestry-
men Messrs. L. L, Bourne, G. G.
Harris and C. De C. Howell be-
fore the business of the day was
begun,

e He stressed that strength of

Factory's Ashes sterling was of vital interest to

Under the Head General Busi- the West Indies who could not
ness, on the motion of Mr. afford to stand by idly in times
Brancker, the Vestry again decided of danger. Indeed the West In-
to write to the Secretary of Mt dies had special responsibilities
Gay and Fairfield Ltd. in con- because just recently they had

moved into a deficit with the out-
side world. Up to a short time ago
the West Indies were paying
their way overall although they
had long spent more dollars than
they had earned. What enabled
them to do that v the effort of
other regions such as Malaya and
East and West Africa which in
the last few years had earned
more dollars than they had spent.

“In these circumstances, he
said; “it is up to us to do what
we can to put ourselves at least
in balance with the rest of the
world. We have done so in the
past, We can do so again by the
exercise of some restraint which
should not involve grave hard-
ships,”

Mr. Gomes concluded by paying
tribute to Mr. Lyttelton and to
officials concerned in’ the Col-
onial Office who had given every
possible assistance to Cclonial
delegates. He hhad been given full
opportunity to put the case of the
West Indies and both he Mr.
Newton, Financial Secretary of
Jamaica and Mr. McLeod Smith,
Financial and Economic Adviser
of the Windward Islands, to
whom he was grateful, had been
given a welcome which was both
warm and hospitable.

STUDY PERIOD

(From Our Own Correspondent)
ST. GEORGE’S Jan. 17.
Mr. J. Clarke, Superintendent
of Prisons, Dominica, arrived
and the British Northern Islands, here last week-end to spend 2
Messrs. Gardiner Austin and Co. two-week studygperiod of prison
Ltd., told the Advocate yesterday. administration here with Mr.
The Lady Nelson will be leav- E£, C. King, former local Superin-
ing port the same night for British tendent who is on leave prior to
Guiana via St. Vincent, Gren- taking up a similar post in Brit-
ada and Trinidad, ish Honduras.

nection with the ashes nuisance
from Fairfield factory to residents
in the surrounding area and re-
questing that further urgent steps
be taken to abate this nuisance.





Drop In Australia’s
Sugar Crop

NEW YORK.
sugar crop. this
will total some 762,000
against 920,000 tons last
according to Messrs. B. W
& Co., the New York sugar
economists and brokers. An al-
lowance of 596,000 tons for home
consumption would leave only
166,000 tons for export, it was
pointed out.

The crop
increasing

Australia’s
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reduction places an
strain on Britain’s
dollar position, the firm said.
Since the United Kingdom pur-
chases the entire Australian ex-
portable surplus, the reduction
requires replacement with dollar
Sugars or a reduction in U.K.
consumption, the firm pointed
out.—B.U.P.

“Nelson” Due Thursday

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ST. GEORGE, Jan, 10.
Shipping agents here have been
allowed a two-week period
consultation with their overseas
principals following a resumption
of long drawn out negotiations last
Monday with representatives of
longshoremen over demands fo
increased pay and improved work-

ing conditions,

for

The longshoremen, represented
by the Grenada Workers’ Union, at
these talks proposed an alternative
to a previous demand for a 50 per
cent. wage boost, asking 334 per
cent. and an additional cost of
living allowance of a half-cent for
every five points rise in the official
cost of living index,

If conceded this, wages per hour
of longshoremen would be
follows: Foremen $1.49, chief
warehousemen 96c., storers 77¢.,
and truckmen 69c.

Besides this principal demand,
the agents also have to put before
their principals a demand for
double pay for work after mid-
night instead of time and a half as
at present,

The agents, it is undersiood,
have pointed out that the new rates
would be above those obtaining in
Trinidad and it seemed to them
unlikely that their principals
would grant them.

They also feel the same way in
regard to a demand that pay be
retrospective from November 27,
1951, which they intimated at an
earlier meeting.

The agents have guaranteed a
minimum of two hours pay when
men are called out and work is not
immediately available and also
agreeq to pay double time for
work continued during mealtime.

Presiding at the talks is Mr
G. S, DaBreo, Labour Officer

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Cwealth Must
Develop Resources

@ From Page 1

A good deal clearly depends
upon the success of efforts to in-
crease Colonial raw material pro-
duction. Mr, Butler pointed out
tonight that the first and foremost
pf the thHreg requisites of con-
vertibility—now the declared long



term aim of sterling ar policy
is a substantial increase in gold
and dollar reserves.

Colonial raw materials are by

far the Commonwealth’s biggest
dollar earners and they are be-
ing relied upon again to play a
major part in rebuilding reserves
as a necessary first step towards
convertibility

Neither official communique nor
Mr. Butler at his press conference
made any specific reference to the
sterling balances. But they were,
Mr. Butler said, “ever with us’

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programme in history acorn and Wireless (W.1.) Lad. advi
. , nT , 11q_ that they can now communicate with the |
_ Mr. Channing Tobias, the U 5. foliowing ships through their Barbadc
Negro delegate, told the U.N. Coast Station
Economic Committee, meeting in Lady Rodney, Lady Nel
er. that land reform was of °°” ares Savarese, -S eats. ts Sasa
ty vtanon Cinna tt Chilore, Hadrian, § orker, Comay- |
Wanscendant importance sin it », Empire Patria; Castor, Tinda, Hol |
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great majority of the population pr Is, Oslojord, Papar |
were farmers. Nueva Granada, Drago
“0 : : Sa s, Casablanca, Maria Paolina, |
niess that land is held Giulia, Alcoa Runner, Rosario, Athenio
through a system of ownership Gamymedes, Arco, Medvind, Hardri |
which best reflects the needs of Teakwood, Pygmalion, Kaposia, Bayan |
the people,” he declared, “and Mates and S/S. Cavina |
unless that land is cultivated by |
methods best calculated to get S li |
maximum results, the economy of eawe |
the entire world will suffer.” |
‘of Pah I ill suffer ARRIVALS—By BW.OLA
Mr. Tobias stressed tat the prom vine
U.S. conception of land reform Marie Guye, Victor Bergmann |
went far beyond the traditional from Trintdad— |
conception of the breaking-up of aks ee a Pondas Fy Hiejre a
ant aha : ahi Henzel obson, . obson, 2}
large estates. It included such Hopson, G Ames, A. O'Neal, C. Kan
equally important aspects as Chin. E. Hunt, H. Engs, A, Wood, C |
means of obtaining credit on Woed, Dr. A. Goldberger, O. Hobsor
reasonable terms to buy land and fyym Grennaa ers Hi Harris
equipment, facilities for market- Annie Huges, Rachael Courtney, Mak- |
ing agricultural commodities at a hou! Yousseff |
fair return, a fair system of farm ei he ay ie
2 ns J :
taxation and opportunities tO por Grenada |
learn improved production tech Keith Atkinson, Madge Bell, Jean
niques, he said, Reece, Geoftre Cutsbertson, Bethel |
Land reform must come largely y ute - oats) Fanigtte Evans, “Ann¢
. . Ware rrisor u K 1
from the ‘efforts of governments for Venesucla—. ’
themselves, he continued, and Monterrat Creus, Phyllis Stone, Isma
must be started at once since Farmer, | ena ge e Tere |
be 7 : ‘ vp 6Curlel, Nely Curie Fernando Cabbera
there was little time to. ponder comen curtirem, Cecil Cabrera, Julie
over the perfection of ideal Cabrera
schemes. He said that tenant For Trintdad
farmers in some parts of the Peter Martin, May Milne, Malcolm |
i rld say up to 70 a1 ant of lilne Claire Milne Millicent Smal!
wor pa I Vv per cent. OF pulalie Byer, George Turpin, Claverot
their crops in rentals and interest+—erervjdge, Warren Bennett, George John
rates range from 50 to 100 per on Po rd Excalante, Michael Elias, |
or . ; » Selina ana Sally Elias, Anthony Lewis, Georgina
cent yearly for loan on seed and Yojiman, Martin Kellman, Clair Shults
equipment —B.U.P. Rita Shultz, Carol Shultz, David Watts. |

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Dr. R. R. Japal, a Grenada stu N. Gransaull, A. Mahmood, J. Scott, BE
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Today $4,635 h far bee tri inn tributed to th “ whole world knows of the heroic M€W expressions, introduced into | ¢j March 11 Dy ys
oday 60 ave so far en contri- opin, contributed to this pop- Rai 1S o heroic . ; a | tions on re > >
bi , iv, et ularity for they can be easily 13-day struggle this Danish born the argot of professional politi- . * ‘ : sax ss Are among our large %
uted by private companies, merchants and | j,anipulated, and manocuvred on American captain made to bring cane” The two new gems were| New Hampshire is traditionally Repub- % S
hotels for the tourist year lst Apri 51 to the crowded train, platform or his stricken ship, the Flying Enter- e “dry run”, am@ the “wet run.”.| | j¢ ¢ a r name is|< %
y P l 8 . bus. They are about the same Prise, to the safety of a British sea- He goes on thus: , ican. And, OY the mate ar «! a ota % stock of Home and y
3lst March 1952. Government contributions | ize as the Evening Advocate, Port. He failed by ?) miles, but . ae gh — Sr ent entered for the primary it automatically goes | » %
over that perio $3 i - with between 40 and 60 es, has written an indelible page in in pelitica bberis wi o to -— ¥ iate > in- .
Pp d are $32,900. In 1933-34 a ial uechde tsuaicabed . oe the glorious history of “those that the candidates we don't know. Lor ward unless you repudiate the ,nomin-|% d ‘ x
total of 6,178 tourists came to Barbados of | brevious day's or night's happen- £0 down to the sea in ships? He But it is doing no good to the| ation in writing. Hardware requirements g
whom 991 stayed at hotels. In the tourist | ings. The readers who want the Baie noe iw os on vilined pera ore See oy So everyone is waiting tensely to see what, %
: sports news first start from the sday, already his name ; : a ya Xx
year which ended on 3lst March 1950 a | pack pages: : m the is a by-word. On television last the globe we»Americans get a] .j anything, Eisenhower is going to do about ¥
pages; those who want ‘io “. , Ms
‘ c : ; © night one well-known figure re- kick out of translating our] |. Snet 4, : : ° *
total of 17,212 people came to Barbados, of | see the pictures first look at page fo eq to Capt, Carlsen’s request peacetime civilian elections inte -epudiation. Tonight’s reports from his head- illustrated 1S 26 auge %
R ‘ cne; and then to the middle or 4 ; a : ‘ . . ‘.
whom 6,085 stayed at hotels. During twenty | «centre fold’ and the financiers '0_W@lk up Broadway thus: “This aa of violent military com-| -uarters and private home in France pie- y
years the Barbados Publicity Committee | and business magnates also know Ke Sadia Sones tse oars Treats {Hes \'settéument: of ured him as silent and lying low. | 2 d St | th %
has grown from a small beginning to its | Sx where,0 look for their drive up Broadway.” He will not George’. Washingion p-ttica in 2 an engths S
present size. At its pierhead and Seawell everyone takes a look at the ee ee a io aie te Wolte House’ Gon- * : P 1 d $I 04 & $i 68 S
bt 2 ther chart to see if it’s fair, M, tj i : , ss 4)
offices, officers of the Publicity Committee | ““ iv , And a columnist in a morning _ tests for seats in Congress are riced at x J 4
daily give visitors to Sactedie first im Tar Eaoetnoe ocean ante een on 4 a. Carlsen s ane “battlae”. peer prim-! Tf he stays in the lists, there will be a fight | $ >
P caidestah ¥* splendic ailure: ‘“There’s no aries have me “skirmishes”. : . ced x
pressions of courtesy and helpfulness. In a Aon i ake a shame, in losing 0 the Atlantic Medes fitde cae Doaks, who} ,etween. him and Senator Robert Taft, of |} % C S PITCHER & CO %
r i ; " when it is not pacific.” wants his frien t ect hi . ‘ ?
wen but important matters such as the ie ee rere a. I rather like this one. alderman or dog catcher, shwase Ohio, to see which of them the New Hamp- % o we . >
s S ~ “7 ‘ 2 , a J Pi 5 * “ru is” fo th 2 b oO bs : 4 2 :
sale of stamps 01 safeguarding of tourists the cir dans of ter Cate Cade te tas oenann Gaia oe ee io Aa vend ots shire voters would like to see nominated to Ph 4472 x
property or in official entertainment of vis- ° ¢ . much reference to Linda Darnell, land or Canada, are content to| -hallenge Truman for President in Novem- ° x
iting journalists or photographers the And I find that the news lives the American actress who came “stand”. The present “dry run”,| ber . ys
7 : 5 up to the general conception of down to Jamaica to help in the and “wet run” are normal poli-| | ° P ’ Fi $,.5565655660S st tat ata ta ts te tat tatatetuietstneteteinteiee
officers of the Committee give more than | American journalism—the most drive for hurricane relief Funds. tical thefts for military nomen-| It would be a big test of Eisenhower's |‘ Peo eoVO Se GSO O99 GOOG OG GIG SOE I OSS SSIS ISSGDI NV
good. value for the sum of less than $5,000 | Sensational, story, is front, page Well soon after ner return to New lature wolitical strength in a typical Republican
that is spent on the local offices and staff. | no matter what it is, it hits the ransacked by thieves who made All of, this makes quite nice] State.
By far the greater part of the Commit- headlines. One example suffices. off with a lovely haul of jewels reading especially the term “peace-



























tee’s revenue is spent on advertising Bar-
bados outside: seventy six per cent as com-
pared with 24 per cent on operation ex-
penses. Major advertising expenses are in-

curred in the United States ($8,964.06), | addresses. Miss Bankhead as last summer during sue filming pes agp ag nes serpy onmanennes dak bekish ‘tes aumeiiiaka’ tl se bk hk ;
. : i — 3 sa ¢ * ? per . -
Canada ($5,742.04), the United Kingdom every movie goer knows, wus of “Saturday, Islami down e want shout the Jamaica elections? nstant Sansabien sniitibdc iat daanelaniaiaireat

($3,859.28) while $9,600 is spent on book-
lets and literature printed outside Bar-
bados.

The rapid expansion of tourism in the
last twenty years is a tribute to the Publi-
city Committee and at the same time serves
as a reminder of the increasing volume of
work that is thrown upon the Committee.
The time seems ripe to analyse what has
been achieved and to enquire what the
Publicity Committee should become after
two decades of successful operation.

Hitherto, the Committee has laid em-

Tallulah Bankhead’s maid a Mrs,
Cronin was charged for larceny,
in connection with some cheques
which she altered. The money in-
volved was in four figures, and
the lawyers on either side quoted
poetry when they gave their final

once a leading light in the world
of entertainment and this fact
hoisted the case to big headlines
every morning. What she wore
yesterday, her entrances and ex-
its were top news items while
the Korean War was still unde-
cided. But this is America which
sets its own fashions in its own
way.
” ¢ ‘

Last week there was nothing to
complain of in any way. Prime
Minister Winston Chuchill first,
and Capt. Kurt Carlsen shared
the spotlight between them. The
77-year-old British warrior-poli-
ticlan came, and by television I
saw and heard him greet the Presi-

and furs valued at $12,500, Here's
how the story appeared in one
paper:

The sultry-eyed movie beauty,
who calmly b* lizards,
spiders, sharks ¢ hurricane

Jamaica, B.W.1., ¥ 8 definitely

put out when she discovered

some of her prettiest baubles
were missing.

Linda, who been ill moved into
the Warwick on November 30, but
accepted an invitation to go to the
country with some friends. The
story goes on:

“The actress took her most
valuable jewellery and some
other possessions out of town
with her, but left the bulk of her
baggage in the hotel, . . . Her
maid visited the apartment on
Friday, Jany 3, and found Miss
Darnell's jewel box open and a
$3,000 silver-blue mink stole
missing from a closet rack. Be-

time civilian elections.” I have
heard of gems being used in some
elections somewhere in South
America. I wonder if these elec-
tions come under that head. In>
other elections people die, some
from exhaustion, heart failure and

Are these of the “sedate cousins”
class?,

But this apart the comments re-
call some notes I read or wrote
not long ago about this “beme
elected business.” It was referred
to as “Political Acrobatics", and
pointed out how a candidate hac
to “stand” before he could “run’
for a seat in the House. If he
“stood” it meant that he was
“running”, and he had to do both
at the same time. If he “ran”, and
“won”, he sot a “seat” which he
would “hold” for a certain time
even when he was “standing” on
the floor of the House. In fact
certain members attributed their
success to the fact that they could

elf-assurance in Washington, revealed that
ie general “personally assured me” that he
: a Republican (his political affiliations have
»2en in doubt till now) and that “I don’t ex-

ory.”

og “Pickwickian.” One reporter, trying to do
vstice to The Hat, said it was a remarkable, |

nd hospitable as only Americans can. Thus,
ie

‘here he held his New York Press confer-
‘nee, an army private tiptoed in and removed

And Senator Lodge, speaking with great |

CHURCHILL
THEY described him, affectionately as look-

wn-off stove-pipe job.” |
They bent over backwards to be as tactful

minutes before he entered the room

Revolutionary War picture from the wall

SInlenalionally



huown

Selfridge’s, London
Architeces :

Contractors :
Messrs. Clark & Fenn Ltd

Selfridge’s, London is one of the many
famous buildings which have been painted

Messrs. Duke & Simpson

dent of the United States in the 1 case it gave offence.

same old cocksure fashion which
has characterized him all his life.
There was some doubt about the
warmth of his reception before he
arrived but “Winnie” himself ra-
diates such warmth, that hearts
overflowed, and he was greeted

tween 20 and 30 pieces of jewel-
lery valued at about $9,500 had
been taken, along with the mink
stole, Linda told the cops.
Among these were a gold key
pin with her name installed in
rubies valued at $800; initialled
pendant earrings $300; a dia-

with “International ’’ Paints. If you require
the best in paints always specify * International "*.
Our agents will be glad to advise on the paint







“take the floor’ on almost any
question, and “hold it” for hours
if needs be. More than one chap;
has boasted that he had “carried
the House,” and while talking to
me was sure he “had it with him”
He promised to show me after the

phasis on advertising outside Barbados and
76% of its revenue has been so spent.

The Committee can point to the figures
whieh show how the tourist industry has

“The President,” said the New York Times,
treeted the Prime Minister with all the sin-
‘rity and warmth of an admiring friend.”
fe did, too.

for your job.

Registered

progressed from 991 guests in hotels in
1933—34 to 6,085 in 1949—-50. These figures
seem to reflect the success achieved by such
advertising and even suggest that increased
advertising might continue to bring more
and more people to the island. Such might
prove to be the case, But there are other
matters deserving the attention of the




ing visitors to the island have also written

with acclaim wherever he went,
There is a little story worth tell-
ing. It appeared in more than one
newspaper. It was to the effect
that a Senator had asked the Min-



mond-studded gold wrist watch
$300; and a gold St. Christopher
medal given to her in happier
days by Pev. Marley, Hollywood
cameraman from whom she is

OUR READERS SAY:

tea interval, but unfortunately |
couldn't wait, However, this giant
is still “holding his seat", so !
might still have another chance to
see him doing his feat.



‘xed were when Truman tucked a hand under
ne visitor’s arm to guide him over to the

‘aiting “mikes”, and again when he sud-
‘enly turned for another vigorous hand-clasp
ifter speaking his words of welcome.

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Duternational Strints Caports Sil

Committee. West Indian Federation (3) ao is the money to come Gangsterism? *
Publicity would appear to be needed also To The Editor, The Advocate— (4) In addition to furnishing To The Editor, The Advocate— | ; t

in Barbados. Alre a tariat of th SIR,—1 gather that His kxcel- the actual cost, we will be SIR,—It seems to be obviou Outside Blair House the crowds shouted | === HS

7 aaa eee ane 2 r lency the Governor has asked tne called upon to supply the that while Barbados has cases ¢ Yea, Winnie!” A Washington department }
Committee is asked to deal with matters members of both the Legislative Federal Council with funds murder—stabbings and fighting tone tibdle Shea eatin Bakke f }
that do not come within the scope of the | Council and the House of As- to maintain such Colonies nearly everyday as one can reac e ApS NE PASS Se Sewer

4 Z ey r sembly for their views on the who find it impossible to in your newspapers, the need t./ yaper for a huge wartime photo of him—-We |? PRODUCE OF SPAIN
Committee as constituted but which in- | proposed Federation of ‘he West pay their way. stop the cinemas from showine) |.5, the milli fA j h j
dicate the need for another organisation Indian Islands. (5) What is going *o be our one wild western film after an-| eee. 9 aaaey sk, Srna ares} Buy
Wie Pornenittse has been reeeivin: . Now Mr. Editor, I have reed financial position when we ren ae May at his extraordinary man, typifying the spirit ¢

nm receiving com- the Federation Report and get a.few dry years, which rough types of entertain . Cer- ve Fu 99

plaints from tourist agencies outside Bar- | cannot for the life of m# see what it is most reasonable to tain classes of the population f the great British Empire. ' ae i ROYA
Secheeen-th, ; is to be gained at the present expect? The only prop have childish minds and appear Said the irrepressible taxi-driver: “He's a | (jj
ados that certain hotels are reluctant to | jime py the adoption of Federa- available to Barbados is to ecusiahe wo ee mart old duck, all right.” (And “smart” in } 4 4 A

i issi , - ion. It i stimated that the her sugar industry. screen, in rea * . 3 ; , D
pay their ten per cent commissions. Intend cae hd this hobby ‘will be "2 180,- en BeAr "Sones dehy. fighting films must set a very bad] American means shrewd.) H

‘ 000, or $878,400.00, 1 consider ( A

to the Committee complaining that some | this estimate very much on the iow _—— tener CRACK it “hay
hotels are slow to answer requests for book- ay cond i A hoe on mt lua Hawkers In Bridgetown : e oe Very Fine Sherry
ings. In Barbados itself there are daily I have also read the Report on Dog Menace IT IS NOT all honey, though. Two Mid- .

complaints from sea travellers that they
are kept waiting at the Baggage Warehouse

for long periods before their baggage | duce free intertrading between give ‘em an old horse and they sible party, the increasing inci- sublicans, say: “Churchill, as a realist, should | }\' ee Roval HRcHEE rans

reaches shioce. There are also criticisms of | ¢_W:!, Colonies. I am of the wilt ride him to hell.’ That's the dents occurring from this doz) know that various United Nations countries, Queen Isabella IT granted to DECREE
ag A opinion that such a Union should case with some of the hawkers menace to pedestrians on the] : \ St seton oC SHERRY

amenities at Seawell, Imstead of contribut- | be brought into being and Den in Bridgetown today. The yaoe highway. neluding his own, have not co-operated fully \ yl ae ap 0. fe use CREEK

‘ : . erly tried out to ascertain how pedestrian just cannot go aroun I have again been attacked on] in the Korean war.” A of the Royal Arms of Spain. alba at

ing $6,000 US. towards a regional tourist vould sfect the smaller Islands & naeaar without. foarot GaviN@ the ‘public’ higewey "by a on \ rk.

organisation with a heavily who try to pay their way princi- oe

budget
weighted with staff overheads, the Public-
ity Committee of Barbados might profit-
ably consider either expansion of their own
services or the formation of a Good Offices
Committee to promote greater co-operation
between steamship agents, steamship em-
ployees and hotel proprietors in Barbados.

Advertising pays, but like charity it
ought to begin at home. And it is quite
obvious to anyone who has the leisure or
inclination to study the tourist industry
from within that the greatest handicaps to
that industry lie here in Barbados.

Until those handicaps have been removed
it seems bad economy to concentrate too
much on advertising tourism to visitors.











the establishment of a Customs
Union in the British Caribbean
Area, Such a Union would intro-

pally with funds received from
Customs Revenue before giving
any vonsideration to West Indian
Federatior.

As fer as Federation is con-
cerned 1 understand that both
Jamaica and Trinidad have agreed
in principle to the idea.

Jamaica. As far as this Colony
is concerned, when Mr, Busta-
mante visited Barbados recently
he was reported to have said that
since the Pioneer Industries Bill
had been passed in Jamaica they
had developed a large number of
new industries. This Colony
therefore would be looking for
new markets to ship their manu-
factured products to. A Customs
Union followed by Federation
would enable Jamaica to obtain
an outlet for the sale of these
goods in Barbados and the Wind-

To The Editor, The Advocate—
SIR,—There is a saying ‘give

them an inch and they will take

an ell (whatever that means),

his pants torn off with gigantic
baskets, wheel-barrows and now
I see that women are selling wood
and coals along the street. Now
that’s the limit. Imagine having
ito try to tell your wife that you
got soot or that black mark on
your clothes when you were doing
your shopping in town. We know
very well that there is no market,
But I remember seeing a notice
which said that they were to go
or that they had_ actually
gone to Temple Yard, Anyhow, I
know that they haven't up to the
time of writing this 1 Tr. But
sir, do you agree with me that

the sooner they go the better.

Thanking you Sir for space,

I am yours respectfully,

DISGUSTED,
Thanks To God

To The Editor, The Advocate—

example to minds such as these.

To The Editor, The Advocate—
SIR-—Kindly allow me to draw
to the attention of some respon-

stray dogs, and for me it has long
past the stage of a joke, where I
am concerned, Is there no society
or institution to see after this dis-
graceful situation?

FED UP.

18th Jany, 1952.
Electric Current

To The Editor, The Advocate—

SIR,—As a frustrated and dis-
contented applicant for electric
current, I was deeply interested
in the Hon. H. A. Cuke’s defense
of the Electric Supply Corp. and
his suggestion that the Chamber
of Commerce consider the ques-
tion of asking the Electric Com-
pany to connect everybody even
if it meant load shedding.

The Company however, in
their excuse to the Vestry for
only supplying twelve lights,
never mentioned any shortage of

West senators, Henry Dworshak, of Idaho,
and Bourke Hickenlooper, of Iowa, both Re-

year-old grandmother named Mrs. Maybelle
Kennedy from Pawhuska, Oklahoma, who
gets sworn in tomorrow as Assistant Treas- |
iver of the United States. She thus becomes |
the nation’s No. 2. “T-woman.” No. 1 is her
lifelong friend, Georgia Clark, who is Treas-
urer.

in his paper about that gallant sea captain,
he nipped right over to register the title “The |

Flying Enterprise.” And burly Burt Lancas-
ter will play the lonesome Carlsen.

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dos. The public must become tourist minded | cerned such dumping would great mercy to the people of Bar- wy wae made by those GOVERNOR HERMAN TALMADGE, of $ ick ee %
and that might prove to be the next | greatly reduce our Customs Rev~ hados, by sending his rain upoa j,, Sanaerat o73 shart ae ennats Nk Hah bh ; eS Te %
actitevement the Publicity Committee will | *aUe{ which would Bave’ to. BS us, It Ras Showa itvelf. in MaMy special excuse tot yas. given fox Ge, well-known for his extreme Views ® CUSTARD POWDERA ¥%
‘: ; a y regreeee oy, oe ae various forms and oF all of US their wilful refusal te Rnetal aa on race questions, complains that some ol 3 oz. & 16 o2. s

C rn as no n O« : :
ave to its credit. oak e ie ti eset ak Sate ors ed aes ‘iceerke —_ rent to us middle class applicants, America’s most popular TV shows are openly | % ALL ae a z
Trinidad. This colony to a others who make their living bY our de te lest we be wie.| Louting the South's segregation laws. He does iso g
somewhat lesser extent is in the the crops, but all of us depend ¢imised not mind when N oO in thei ts | KRAFT CHEESE x
Inte t same favourable position. and benefit by the land. en EAPETOSS BPPOOT 1 SG AS ANCHOVIES x
nm res It has been said that the a: There is not a single thing that So serious is this shortage that] Alone, but objects violently when “Negro men | §& SARDINES 3
- tablishment of Federation would man can touch which is not the Company has removed the] gre s ‘ ; ; ; i PILCHARDS %
MRS. JOHN GILLINGHAM, of Oshkosh, enable the West Indies to ap- taken from the earth, God still meter and discontinued service PET eae es dancing ensembles in close juxta SALMON $

Wisconsin, lost her purse during a New| proach the Colonial Office from @ manifests his miraculous power from a sick lady who had to use| position to white females. ASPARAGUS %
Year’s E ball. Sh ted that it united front. Now Mr. Editor, to-day as in the days of yore. an electrical appliance, this in; |Q CARROTS x
; tr gh : FA iy ef i soul how often does this become ae He does not ask of us ue ise satgthed a eas at phe her re Cracks back Arthur Godfrey, producer of | MUSHROOMS $
ain ollars. ow the purse has been| sary? When such an occasion be changed into wine, but after ye ey gran e same meter; a 6 2 ‘
osted back to her from a nearby town. Oddl arises as in the case of the Sugar a long process, His. water is and power to sand her floors. one of the shows attacked: “Has the Governor SALAMI $
P f : y = y Question which has just been set- changed into various gifts; cer- From the number of bungalows} heard that Negro boys are fighting for us in | Dicer ee a ou ee : s
enough, it now contains 1,018 dollars. tled a Commission Was sent from tainly, we are as much surprised Which within the last year had K 9” . OF Course these %

the Colonies to London to argue as at the wedding feast, This current installed, T feel that a orea. 1% s
our case, which served its pur- year all Barbadians should more list should be published cover- TV TROUBLE—2 is o ewell scithd Ss
Age | pose and can be adopted on than thank God for the blessings /}8 soe ae the ite Suen is 9 EK Babi
: ne . i S' “ e censes 7 § y : : | - *
future Ocala naion are Sic eae weemE, fom Ue ARE Cvernment Bictrien! inspector | MRS. MARGARET WHALEY, city libra-/8 J & R ENRICHED ee as
nen our ve Ss 3 als i ae ; ais 1-6 3 : | 5
SHOULD a policeman’s lot be ended at 63 neni devil this rtatbee I suggest past, No serious disasters have o ee ae “Invite "bees rian at Elizabeth, New Jersey, complains that 18 BREAD AYLMER’S STRAINED ~
; ‘ efalle s rec Z r- OF 8 chose . : ’ : ‘ ~ ie »
whether he likes it or not? Two hundred and} that they keep in mind the fol- ad thea kd mat ee bade Hain tAVOUTGE. the library’s reading rooms are being badly |} FOCOS *
wing = _ - sat > : .
forty policemen, faced with compulsory fe) Oya) What are we to gain by ever the more for His mercy and Yours faithfully, strained for space. Reasons: Users of techni- | } Y 10 ° %
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tirement under a new law, appeal in New this hobby? Goodness. K E. PIERSON ARCHER. |cal books say they can no longer concentrate | & PHONE GODDARD'S ne We Deliv er s
\ (2) What will be the cost to B.K. 6th Avenue, . ‘

York.

the taxpayer?

18th Jany. 1952,

Belleville.

at home because TV is tuned in non-stop.

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TUESDAY, JANUARY

Civic Circle Wants
‘Lo Plant Hedge At














a) fenies Disr =
Heo gh tS ispensary

The St. James Branch of the
Civic Circle of Barbados "has
asked the Vestry of St. James for
$100 to cover the cost of prepar-
ing ana planting a hedge around
the St. James Dispensary in order
that 1¢ appearance of the site
may be enhanced

The Vesiry however decided to
reply informing the Committee
of the Civic Circle the mat-
ter would be considered in
March when they were dealing
with the estimates, and _ setting
out that the Vesiry could no*%
permit a “outsider” to spend
an ite-pavyers money
“except under the direct super-
vision of the Churchwarden.”

The Committ d the Church-
warden met earlie id discussed
the matter, and resulting out of
the discussion, the Secretary of

the Committee wrote to the Ves-

try asking for the amount of $100.

Members pointed out that the
Dispenser and his wife used to
keep a beautiful garden on the
site, but since the Civie Circle
tock over and began to prepare
the ground, the garden had been
neglected in preference to the
hedge, and as a result the site

had now lost much of its former
beauty.

Mr. S. A, Walcott suggested
that the Vestry should inform the

Committee of the true position
regarding the spending of the
rate-payers’ money, and point

out that the matter could not be
considered before March,

He said he was not opposed to
the Vestry setting aside the
money to be spent under the

direct supervision of the Church-
warden, but he would not agree
to any “outsider” spending a
cent of the rate-payers’ money.
This suggestion was accepted
by the Vestry and the Clerk was
instructed to reply accordingly.

ST. JAMES VESTRY
APPOINTMENTS

S. H. Massiah was yester-
appointed to the Board of
Guardians of the St. James Ves-
ary, and Mr. J, C. Crick to the
Board of Sanitary Commissioners.
They fill vacancies arising out of
the resignation of Mr. R. §. Ban-

Mr.
day







croft and D. E. Webster at
the last el ion

My Fitz Willoughby Walcott
avas appointed to take the place
of Mr. Kellman to represent the
Vestry on the Synod with the old
member Mr Mandeville. Mr
Kellman has left the island, Mr.
Gordon Moore was appointed as
a representative on the Church



Committee of the St. John Bap-
tist Church, and Mr. J. C. Crick
at St. Selah



“Colombie” Calls After

Caribbean Cruise
French passenger ship
Colombie returned to Barbados
yesterday afternoon after making
a Caribbean cruise to Trinidad, La
Guaira Curacao, Cartagena and
Jamaica. ;

The Colombie spent about six
hours in port before sailing for
Southampton via Dominica and
Martinique Seventeen passengers
boarded her here for these ports.

Messrs. R. M. Jones & Co. Ltd.,
are the ship's local agents.

The

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St. James Vestry Wants
¢1.000 For New Church Roof

THE VESTRY OF ST. JAMES is to send :
to the Legislature for permission to raise a loan n
£1,000 for the purpose of constructing a new

ing
the Parish Church.

Shortly before the last House “died”
mittee went into the matter, and af
estimate for £900 by Mr. Denny,
petitioned the legislature for
The petition was placed before th

Bill introduced, but was not

prorogation of the legislature

When Mr. Jordan, the Church-
warden raised the matter under
“matters arising out of the min-
utes,” he pointed out the position
to the Vestry, and said tnat the
whole matter would have to be
gone into again before they could
approach the legislature for per-
mission to raise the loan.

Mr. Wilkinson said that the
question was what they should do
now that the Local Government
Bill was going to be dealt with,
and the Chairman pointed out that
the time factor was the important
question, a

Mr. S. A. Walcott was worried
as to whether the proposed change
over in the system of Local Gov-

ernment Administration would
not affect the raising of a loan
as was the case with St. Lucy

who tried unsuccessfully to raise
e loan due to the Maude bill.

Vestry Debts
The question was also raised as
to whether the House of Assem-
bly would allow the petition to go
through in view of the fact that
in the event of the change coming
about, debts incurred by .the Ves-

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Michael, to pay a_ fine of 25
nd 3/- costs in seven days or
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A: atl Gilkes in wounding $ FREE HOOK .
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) 7 1951. Counsel “ g GOD'S WAY OF :
M J. S.“B, Dear xs ‘
aefendants | . 7
Ivy Drakes told th Court) R SALVATION %
that on October 7 about 3.15 %
he left he home at iz PLAIN %
moveland, St. James, and/® S. Roberts, Gospel ¥
e on the road she saw Eric | § Book & Tract Service, 30 \
and Agatha Gilkes. While} Central Ave., Bangor, NI. }
listance from them ne Seceesesnoace 6666666". |
{ tell Gilkes to init | PPS SLO Me
( When Gilkes had got quite }) nea
close to her she hit her on_ the 1th
ead with a bottle and as aj)
csult her head was cut This|f NEW ARRIVALS
tio broke
Tren Stake Used FOR THE ‘
NURSE IDAILA FERGUSSON (left) has 5 i i 's V
S passed the first part of her cours c ‘ a scmy Cyrus of é ge | db
7 part of the course in June this year. 3 4 Se ate ee ee James, s tid th it ieee NEW YEAR
urse Fergusson was formerly employed at the Children’s Goodwill League ar “ , ’ aud é s sa {
’ § and Bab reche . 0 hit rake: > }
— ye ae ae island for England with a batch of other Sactetian girls ro, Seen APP FRR ot on. her aan x aban
n a letter . ‘ sai ; j r sta : rani —
sata x to Mr, John Beckles, she said that she is enjoying her stay in England and everyone is kind or the defence said that she AT ti
: wa sitting ir he other’ }
She is undergoing practical training at St. Marga ret’s Hospital, Stratton, England hove - wiahes die dovee ieee ares WEATI 90 Wl
sé } akes §
: , - wi an iron stake in her hana IERHEAD \ bn}
i “ I 4 \
St. Joseph Round-Up aw ‘ As Gilkes approached, Drake:
- hit her with the iron stake }
Wohi Chairman Welcomes (°° .°s0° 9 |
Fishin ‘ the road .and after ‘a struggle! di sf)
7 S Boats Drake fell ha the \ Sitpnaele t Nail Nippers } }
> m the ation s Paper Knives in Case 4 NY
oe St tle on the road. ; . ) )
Be Repaired e ames es ry In his address Mr Dear said Sk Bick oe } ))
. a . th 7” ’ go fire ‘ 0 rushe: )
TEN FISHING BOATS ore to ot : aig ey Weer, Soung Utes, So: SROl bn gage Pads (J. & J) »
be repaired at “Bathsheba ‘befor BEFORE the business of*the St. James Vestry was be- was. charmed. Ss — ao Musterole ! i
they r¢turn to "fishing this season, yvun yesterday, the Rev. Canc ; *hairm: f tting Gill TOA Telco Jock Straps \
SEitermnaay saleerpetiedae Gee yee tet Can mn SDDS Chairman of the abetting | Gill in wouridin Baltadonna Praatacs iM
fie repre Gaeta Mee: usual aS ; Ico nbers o ne new Vestry, and after akes. He st {ted that there Baby Cream and Lotion N) ¢
minoy repairs. which are carried extending a special welcome to the new members, paid “** ap oe Gee evidence” ta Essence of Chicken i
out annually, before they are re- _ t/butte tc the work done on the Vestry by Mr. R. S. Bancroft ma abetting fhe tn e hone} ), Bssence of Beef ;
painted, and Mr. D. B Webster who resi . . ste sign > > ve “ould § , pe as yal
Tabre ere’ ota ko Gah at the . : gned at the end of the year. cs uld support was inciting’ and]})) Butterscotch in Pks. and Tins
beach, but only about a dozen fhe Cha:rman after reading the the complaint would have to be Anusol Suppositories !
‘of them have started on this "®-Urns of the Presiding Oificer 9, made out in a different way Nostroline |
fishing season. the last election, said i. was ale-pa fers” No “vi Sleeinal teem bee ;
WEATHER CONDITIONS du- privilege to welcome once 2 0 winence eee cee ae \ |
ring the past week were favoura- n the memters who were on ere ’ no : ence ) ARR ep pH Geen
ble to fishermen who left Bath- e last Vestry. He did not know ssessments } artic ip Py Qin: a ' Brewer's Yeast Tablets \
een, : , ; * arwad: tia : i pation on the part o Clarke's Blood Mixture }
eba and returned with fish ger iney ruld be . Adams '
dnites 1s a Vestry, but at any e 4 vi - ‘ Gly. & Black Currant Pastiles ;
> é t at an) ere was o evidence at a ra »
The largest amount of fish re- were there agein to do uestioned Adams h iba ‘Gil! o aie sone con Rusks
turned to Bathsheba wa I for the parish durir br wl she ‘ ille af yi :
brought in.on Friday and Satur- the present year. : : ia ei road ae ked $0, —— '
day last respectively. There was as : In view of alleged ‘dissatista iso ¥ , evidenios that } a Ad te Therm Tl k i) if
some difficulty in getting the fish Tine Chairman extended a spe- tion existing among rate-paye: intended to tal = or ; ean? Aga af icig 1)
sold on Friday, but there were ©:2! welcome to the new members, in St. James regarding the method fight : en ie ve aa Tablet i} }
brisk sales on Saturday Mr. W. H. Walcott who was sit~ of assessment, Mr. A. G. Johnson — In re pect of the > | zt Analgesic Sele )
The price of flying fish was six °“4 member of the Vestry gave notice of a motion at ye t Gilkes Mi D eae 2) Castor Oil Capsules {
cents each on the beach and [or the fit time, and Mr. Searles terday’s meetine of the St. J : ted that hes ase a ce Cod Liver Oil Capsules } (i
eight cents on the streets. ho, although occupying a place Vestry asking that the Vestry satistact« - S pepe Sun Goggles (all kinds) i) | ¢
AFTER A FEW WEEKS’ cess:- ' hat tody on previous occa- enquire of their Assessor on what Beton confirming the decision Spot Dice \
tion, work was resumed on ‘lone, was n ta member for some method or principle rate-payers of Mr. Nurse, Their Honours Arrid Deodorant i}
Chimborazo Road, St, Joseph »©#! Mr, Walcott, the Chairman are assessed, with a view to end it as not necessary to Pertussin (for coughs) y
yesterday. This road wag damaged 1c, Wa following in the line of ing such dissatisfaction, show that Adams handed Gilkes White Rose Lotion i
on three occasions durins las nguished vestrymen, and Mr. Johnson also gave notice the bottle and to incite a per aah “Souvenir” Playing Cards i
year by heavy rains. Workmen they were all hoping that his of four other motions to ke con- may not be even on the pot Deschions Syrup 1}
are taking in some of Castle Grant CoMtribuiion to the Vestry would gidered at the next meeting of Drakes said that she saw Adam Dr. Wernot’s Powder Hy
ground to add to the road and be worthy of his succession, the Vestry. They were with Gilkes and heard hira ee ee } |
will build a trench on part of the . : “ ; tell her (Gilkes) to interfere
present road opposite Castle Grant. Broken Service ae Pe ht ae Aor, on With her. ee | ,
THE RAINBOW HOTEL at Mr. Searles’ broken service was has ‘an ie code eae Their Honours in. ending said if} v
Gathaneba Geax to nies < i r a as as decided to erect bathing |); fter Recta : ), WEA y " {
: move o anew not due to the fact that he had cubicles at Weston St. J § Sha tite ae rey towne. tae evs RUCE WEATHERUE i)
site 400 yards east of the old site. not tried, and his recent success will the chen tttes oie * dence they had no doubt that 4 4 / uP ) }
It is now overlooking the sea. The at the polls was an indication of decision and try to hi i ' a ye woman | did. weand, Drake LTD iit
previous site is now part of the his willingness to serve, and of ing field which would } ree vith the bottle and they sawy il . |)
Bathsheba playing field his consciousness of the : i re commus treason why they should dis i
y . als s sness e contri- beneficial to the e : - | , ' 3 F 1)
bution which he had to make to nity 34 oy oe ae eecatad urb the decision made by tha| { De ee )}
the welfare of the parish. children to enjoy themselv Epiog -Magarae Ns MY
Mr. J. H. Wilkinson who was and adults to have recreation?” | }
returned Senior member at the 2. “As the cost of living has) | a
last elec.ion for the first time gone up, will the Vestry revise | |
replied on behalf of the other the grave digger'’s salary, cond
ves rymen. He thanked the Chair- pay $5.00 for the digging of 66 ry 9 9
1 new Petition og for his we and gave graves and $3.00 for re | an ud
nae e assurance that they would opening?”
>ed- 3 ling
ot exceed- continue to do their best for the ;
roof for parish, 3. “In order to raise the sani-;
H lid ‘ oe tary conditions in the parish,
6490 > did no >xpec > > 4 ri s Sis a .
the Building Com- the “Vestry iat be vale” ne in oe ic ae ecealtectel
s Dee rhe 2 ; ers provide a Refuse Collector
ter having been giver an view of the fact that the Local for use along the St. Jami |
a contractor, the Vestry Government Bill would soon be coast at least three times per!

permission to raise a loan.
e House of Assembly and a
gone through with, due to the
try might have to be taken over
by the Central Government.

Mr. Jordan and Mr, Searles sug-
gested that the matter should be
deferred until March by which
time they should know the out-

come of the Local Government
Bill, and concentrate on the
Nurses’ Quarters.

4ne Chairman , reminded the
two members that the matter of
constructing a new roor tor the

Church was not alternative to any
other matters which should be
taken by themselves, and added
that delay might lead to Mie
ruin of the Altar. A new rool
was wanted, he said, and he
therefore thought that the peti-
tion should be sent to the House,
entertained,

and if it was not
then no blame could be attached
to the Vestry.

When members suggested that
the proposed construction would

cost more than was estimated six

months ago, the Chairman as-
sured them that if they were
able to raise the £1,000 by way

of a loan, he would undertake to
raise the remainder.

The Vestry decided to send the
new Petition to the Legislature.

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English Potatoes—per 6 lbs, .......... 72 48
Oniatin—<0e 6. TRG 6 ook os pbc calc aes 90 .72
COMMIGIIING TUBING 50 isd sense ov nies dives ae 34 31
Crawford's, Marie, Sweet Asst., Cus-
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Dutch Peas & Carrots—per tin 42
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discussed by the Legislature, The week to keep roads and beaches

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Bill provided for many drastic clean; and

changes, not only for that parish, 4. ‘For the benefit of they
but for all the parishes, and it domestic staff at the Almshouge

therefore seemed to him that un- will the Vestry erect a W ites

til the Local Government Bill and Toilet for the imiprovement f

the Public Health Bill were
passed, they would just be mark-
ing time.

the

sanitary conditions at
institution?” |



Thanking the Chairman fer his
welcome, Mr. Searles said it had
always been his desire to do some-

£3 For Speeding



thing good for the parish, and he I OINOURS M
reassured the Chairman that he Weaker Pace geo Joi "hes
would endeavour to work in har- schell, Judges of the Assistant |
mony, peace and goodwill with Court of Appeal, yesterday order-
the other members for the wel- ed Joseph Wood of Ellerton, si
fare of the parish, George, to pay a fine of £3 by
Mr. W. H. Walcott also thanked instalments or two months’ impris-
the Chairman for his welcome, and onment with hard labour for

he
for

promised that
do his very best
the parish.

would try to
the good of

speeding while driving the motor
bus M.2534 on Bay Street





The offence wa mmitted or

The Chairman inen requested August 6, 1951 By doing this
the "Vestry to place on record Their Honours confirmed the dt
their gratitude to Mr. Bancroft cision of Mr. H. A, Talma, Police
and Mr. Webster who were both Magistrate of District “A”

very conscientious!’ members of Cpl. Jones and Police Constable
the Vestry Lashley—attached to the | ‘Traftt |

Mr. W. H. Johnson also joined Branch at Central’ Police Station |
with the Chairman in paying said that the motor bus © as |
tribute to the two former mem- {@Velling, at over 37 miles per |
bers, and referring to Mr. Ban- hour on Bay Street

Appeal costs amounting to o/-|
paid

croft said he was one of progres-
sive ideas, and one whom the
Vestry would greatly miss.

were. ordered to be by

defendant.

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a cool, quiet country home with gar- “a, eee — —_ a ediacent we Se teal, eee Sails Halifax Arrives Barbados
dens, excellent surroundings, av ble = . See , og eS: e i h ; of St y
from February Ist. Apply. Mayers. ot | ELECTRICAL | quite “to Sagrame “duties on the’ 20h |WaMK ane Tesidence of Sir Dudiey Les.) seauery iotn —Rabrusty tn
Advocaie Advertising Dept. Phone 2508 me = adie of the Golf Cut geet '
Ss. W. SCOTT. « got Cin and commands & al “1 q
TC a Clerk to the Board of Guardians, {Beautiful view A'STRAMER vey mn 0 Merch
TWO LARGE COOL ROOMS—Purnished,| DRE FREEZES: Another shipment] St. Philip. | For further particulars and ae ol s een Stan. nt 3 : March 24th
running water, with or without meals.|of FRIDIGAIRE Deep Freezes as just 19.1.52. Plot sale apply to | A STEAMER .. oe ee +» March 14th Marc
10 minutes walk to Yacht Club or City.| arrived. On sale at K. R. Hunte & Co. oer COTTLE, CATFORD & Co | A STEAMER . pee ibe - ‘March 25rd Apel aad
Woodside Gardens. Dial 335 Ltd , Lower Broad Street, for Cash | Solicitot
t Lith be taee eran aa LODGE SCHOOL ted iin These vessels have limited passenger accommodation
22.1.52—3n oo See
Ht is notified for the information of} | & BUSINES s ROBERT THOM LTD. — NEW YORK AND GULF SERVICE.
parents and guardians of pupils of the} | owls ’ Smith of St. Michael
LOST & FOUND FURNITURE Lodge School that Mr. L, T. Farmer | Row Bridgetown, offers his entire Prem- APPLY:—DA COSTA & CO., LTD.—CANADIAN SERVICE
has been appointed as Secretary and | !s€s and Business, Funeral and Liquor
Treasurer to the Governing Body of the jated in St. Michael Row Bridgetown
LOST CHAIRS, Chairs, Chairs and other School in the place of Mr. C. E. Stoute.}4* 4 sere g concerr Any Gone interested
furniture ‘and all’ sorts of fittings for] Mr. Farmer will receive tuition See non At tDaSae Gaehat: ax Derratton
your home, A. BARNES & Co., Ltd.| #t the office of Messrs. Yearwood pUnstE continues as
Ne tan en Boyce, Solicitors, James Street, Bridge 1 SMITH, ST etal apsniiuaestigted
ONE LEATHER POLICY CARRIER. | _ , i 22) 2 ee St. Michael Row, awe
Bearing Initials J.J.J.. Crown Life Em-| Ralph Beard offers the following Bar- W. A. FARMER Bridgetown. 7 oo "
blem in George Street Facing 6th | gains in Furniture Headmaster 17.1,52—3n
Avenue. With Receipt Book and other Mag. Dining Chairs $22.00 pr., Birch| 22-1 3n parade I TES
important ‘papers, Finder” pase ‘Dia! Dining Chairs 81800 bets Magy Wanites | = _| ““PROSPECT HOUSE,” (on the se CANADIAN SERVICE
#660 or 2384. J. J, Thompson, from $75.00 upwards, Cedar China Cab- at Prospect, St. James standing on
21,188.9n, 'inets “trom e640 up, Steal Upright e NOTICE : roods 30 perches of land. The hous From Halifax, N.S,, and Montreal,
— —-—-- - - -| Chairs $8.50 ea., Stecl) Arm Chairs $12.00 Re the Estate of contains drawing and dining rooms,
SWEEPSTAKE TICKET BOOK—Series|cach, Deal Kitchen Tables from $8.00 CLEMENT DENNY bedrooms, breakfast room, kitchen, toilet
Q 8000 to 8000. Finder please return| upwards. Iron borras from $8.00 up-|,NCr Ce JS HEREBY GIVEN that all! and bath; Modern conveniences. Garage ; Expected = Arrival
same to -B'dos Turf Club wards, Coder Dinine Wann ior $35.50 persons having any debt or claim upon] and servants room in yard. Inspection Halifax St. John Dates, Bridgetown,
22.1.52—4". |] upwards, Including a large variety of| oy Sree Ne eae epee Benes ¥|trom Monday to Friday (inclusive) be-| 5.5, “POLYRIVEK" 3i Dee 3 Jan 28 ‘aes
ae | ood ~ond hand furniture. Lower Bay eee ar Bee Dp, in the City oO | tween 11 a.m. and 2 p.m .“. “BENNY” SF 2 14 Februa
Moma 5 Bridgetown in this Island, Longshoreman rhe ; a 4 m.V, XY 25 Jan 28 Jan 14 February
s t >| : san Tr abc nt t f sale 3 +“ ” » >
WANTED rec Phone 5010 19,1,52—2n j who died in thix Island on the 12th day Punik i sotiadar oi Peiahk. bo i 8 ‘SOUTHGATE e+ ll Feb 15 Feb 2 March
af Cctober, 1951 are here’ required to | \,5 19! PP oan, ak Gur ome ine A VESSEL ++ 25 Feb 29 Feb 16 March
MECHANICAL \p mad in their cla ‘duly attested, to | pucas Str Bridgetown Ap rcpt minaret Ee _ ———
Ciera henatiatprnneetenieitmmpanegiren senna me the undersigned Verona Grant, c/o RINGTON & 2F y .
HEL \ kenneth Sandiford, of the Barbados Bus eeeeene © Se Sn UNITED KINGDOM § SERVICE
ONE GENTS RALEIGH BICYCLE | Owners's Association, Spry Street in the , y
“a YARD SMAI. ———---= | (Sports Model), Qne Philip's R sate} City of Bridgetown on or before the 2ist| ~~ splon KOP COAST FROM SWANSEA, LIVERPOOL AND GLASGOW
4 eneral work, [9 Tube). Apply: V. B, St, John, C/o] day of February, 1952 after which date : . ‘i ” * ae :
and to drive a car when required. p aad Main Building contains five Bedrooms,
Pp a eal wuir N. i. Howell, Bay Street I shall proceed to distribute the assets | p . Room, outside and inside Veran- ‘ ‘ “Expected ival
See # Me G Simpson, Wildale 92.1.82—n.| of the said estate among the partic iO 7igg toom, outside and JF . t Swansea Liverpool Glasgow Dates Bridgetown
arine Garden 17,1.58—6n entitled thereto having regard to the |~ also annex. Garage. Over an acre level ong a i i eta
COOK -- Wanted for English famil debts and claims only of which [ shall |iand on sea frontage. Furniture if Me ee “ach ch NW fe nt DOR ate tage
‘ anted for English fami “J then have had notice and that 1 shall | 5, tanhane’ Fe 59
Apply “Helmsley,” Gun Hill, St. George MISCELLANEOUS : required, Telephone Pearce 8591
. sors not be Hable for assets so distributed to 18.1.52—2
20.1.92-2n ae hot he liable 466 assets so dlstetiouted to fT “isa | UNITED KINGDOM AND CONTINENTAL SERVICE
; conte ante, — ! shall not have had notice at the time < ‘ Oe as FOR sate Oe a, ee aa shank
LADY to manage small store in Hast Extra Strong Mints one shilling per . ¥ The undersigned will offer for sale at Expected Arrival
ae Dicttict, Ave in person fo Bias: | Pound. Minimum 10 Ibe, Caribbean, “ata ait perscne tudebted! to the séta (fs Coe ot High Street, Bridge- Antwerp Rotterdam London Dates Bridgetown,
feld Scott & Co. Ltd Confection Co,, Litd., St. Matthias Gap.) ectate ae retileated ee settle thet j town, on Friday the Ist February, 1952, Barbados
15.1,89—-t.f.n, | Retatler special introductory offer. | Sccounts without delay : Se Ee ee ee ee ea ptalled | ss. SUNROVER 18 Jan 18 Jan 29 Jan 12 February
asic 18.1.52—4n a ELLERS LIE : the ore’ ee ES Sane “tame aeareinaiansiriraehs
~ A, Dated this 19th day of November 1951 |e .ntaining 1 rood, 2 perches or there- sees
OPERATOR National Cash Book-| “~>>——> —— Ee pe i a 5
, rato: ; 5 FIRE EXTINGUISHERS sw VERONA GRANT abouts adjoining Dr. Bancroft's _resi- f
Keoping Machine Operator with previ. | ror ait types, hazards, M ocanae haem Qualified Exceutrix of the Estate of [dence at Lower Fontabelle, The house Agents: PLANTATIONS LIMITED — Phone 4703
duties on or before ist. March 1089 truck and Tractors No annual refill Clement Denny deed 21.11.51—3n | contains downstairs, drawing and dining
a necessary nl h ~---+—- rooms, breakfast room, two bedrooms,
jalary commensurate with experience 59 only when used. - Courtesy toilet and bath and ‘upstairs bed-
Consideration will also be given to an) bs * dial 4391 18.1,52—fin LIQUOR LICENSE NOTICE ein "i Electric light roa water ROBERT THOM LIMITED
inexperienced person who is willing Rtr_—___——_—_—_-—-_——— The application of Felix Mayers, Shop- | 4. : TAT . ¥
ne Playi and gas turned in
ain “during the month | of February, |, Long Playing | Records ,and %8 RPM keeper of Halls Road, St. Michael for|""Tispection any day between the hour PLANTATIONS BUILDING, LOWER BROAD STREET
Apply in person with written appliea- |, 5 orders too. permission to sell Spirits, Malt Liquors, | o¢ i 8b. ‘ Satta” Gane
on,’ Dowding Estates & ‘Trading Co,,|PARNES & Co., Ltd. Wines etc,, at a board and galvanize shop SS fine Pres 8 aE nee ee Passenger Sales Agents for:
itd. 17.1,02-—6n 18.1,58—t.f.n, Age er a attached at Halls Road For further particulars and conditions Trans-Canada Airlines, B.O.A.C. and B.W.1.A.
= nr 5 chanel f sale apply t EAMSHIP
SALEEMAN) WIL also have to cover |, (LADIES INDIAN LEATHER SANDALS |” Dated this 18th day of January 1952, |°° *° COeere caproRD & Co ALCOA STEAMS) COMPANY
the Leeward and Windward Islands at) shimmer tet een, all sizes, A new | To: EB. A. McLEOD. Esq ; Solicitors. Telephone No. 4466
intervals. Application treated confiden- pment just opened, Thant’s, Dial 3406,) “Police Mrgistrate, Dist. “A” 0121 =
tially. Rox Y, Advocate Co., Ltd. ~ 22.1, 52—1.f.n CHRISTIANA MAYERS al lace ae
13. 1.52—t.f£.n nn ee Sane ian atnneetere for Applicant SALE NOTICE
waate’ tes Jeti ae renee Hager N.B.—-This application will be consid The undersigned will offer for sale at
Scr 7 2 a eee ve ne wide, pink, | ered at a Licensing Court to be held at . No. 17, High Street, Bridg
MISCELLANEOUS Bive. — se at and Li wide, Police Courts, Dist. “A” on Tuesday tary en et Bireeh ees
. rite per yd, at rpaiani, 1 ar 952 a ‘clock ¢ erecte one
wean BODY 1 scrapped Vauxhall car-| Swan Street “stein | ferreree 0 z A Bel FOD enlled MIDGET" Meioatae. on 8,700 " IT’S SUCH A
oy in good condition, 16 or 12 Ht : >. Di : t i
: , F 4 - . Police Magistrate, Dist. “A iare feet of land at Welches New
Good price paid. Contact N. G \dvo SCALE 500 Ib, Platform Scales, just | 92 1,52 Road 3 “he » re 7
comets) a time for crop” seaaon, the, Geneeat | Se Rend, St Mishesh Tue, cwollaeae RELIEF TO HAVE
19, 1, S2—2n| Agency Co., B'dos Ltd. 19,1.52—6n reoms, 2 bedroom chen
—__—_— —— | LIQUOR LICENSE NOTICE) "7,3, DUigon’, kilehenette, tollet NO TROUBLE
PIANO required for Boys’ Club, Bay SHARK SKIN—A heavy material for| The application of Jas, A. Lynch &| water, Garage and servant's room in e
Street, Hire or purchase, Please "phone | ladies and gents wear in grey and beige |Co., Ltd. Merchants of McGregor St | yard. Approximately half of the land 2
or write c/o Boys’ Clubs, Central Police] 56” wide, only $2.18 yard, Visit Kirpalani | B'town, for permission to sell Spirits, | is enclosed E WITH TEETHING ”
Station, Bridgetown 20.1.52—4n Swan Steet. 22.1.52—1n. | Malt Liquors, Wines ete at a 3-store) spection any day on application to ee
ciacene wall building in McGregor St. B’town Mi Cozier next door
TANKS—Galv 2 . The Dated this 18th diy of January 1952 For further particulars and condi-
ERSONAL eee Agency Co., B’dos Lid, 14 High Ter 2. » GRipsITs, rea. “ tions of sale apply Try giving your baby Ashton &
see 19.1.52—8n | Ag, Police Magistrate, Dis. “A” COTTLE, CATFOR ‘ ,
— 7 meet TAS. A LYNCH & Co., Lid T ATF RD fe 99s Parsons Infants’ Powders, which are
The publi pre, hereby warned aanina UNIMET MAJOR Constructional angle per W. SKEETE 20 1 52—9n wonderfully soothing at teething
giving — ot o my wife E ovides the answer to a thousand and Applicants ime. These Po’ ul regular
NIGHT BN {nee RANCROFT) as } sonstruction problems, From a few N.B.—This application will be econsid- oe wders vasure
do not hold-weself responsible for ner ts of Unimet Major you can con- | ered at a Licensing Court to be held at! AAONEY STOL 1 easy motions, promote restful sleep,
foros si tra tin nn Geet os r at, Benches, Storage Fixtures, Shelv-| Police Cour Dist. “A” on Tuesday O EN FROM and are absolutely SAFE!
a s in Laname unless by a writter na, Frames for Light Buildings etc. 29th January. 1952 at 11 o'clock a.m
order signedeby me Available from Stock — contact S. P, G. B. GRIFFITH, FIRST AID SHOP
STANLEY NIGHTENGALE, | IUSSON SON & Co., Ltd. — Dial 3713. Ag. Police Magistrate, Dist. ‘A"| THE First Aid Shop of Enid asmrou & PARS S
h Ave 8. oe 17,1,52—Tn, | 23.1,.52—1n Bowen at Sion Hill, St. James,
20.1 52—2n° _ }was broken and entered between
rete GOVERNMENT NOTICES }7,00 p.m, on Thursday and 8.30
The public are hereby warned against im. on Friday. A sum of money
riving credit to my wife CLAUDINE lwas stolen. ; F
WHARTON e Goodman) as I do not ———— aes
hold ble for her or anyone Notification has been received from the British Consul of the ae” ake ereedieg = a. ys | . =
’ n debt debts in ‘ . eter, reportec 1a a ewe
t death from r ,
1% ee : vain alee ; meth natural causes in the Republic of Panama, of the follow-|sheep was stolen from an open
bu CHRISTOPHER WITARTON ing persons: — |pasture at White Hill, St. Peter, ORIEN I AL
: Valley, St. G Name Age Date of Death | between 7.00 a.m. and mid-day on |
2.1522 |ARTURO STEWARD .. .. 67 14th June, 1961 jSunday. 9 1s hex property SOUVENIRS
re
VSEPH A, GRIFFITH 77 13th J
he biliteibesnay S ' une, 1951. |
; & CLIFORD PADMORE ., .._ 69 10th July, 1951 Cleeland Canes Burnt a Senay Saee
Advertise in the CHARLES CLEMEN’ 9 ’ ’ Seven and a_ half acres of VENDEMOS, SEDAS,
3 s me %4 ae 57 24th July, 1951. }ripe canes were burnt when «a JOYERIAS Y ARTISTICAS
WILFRED A, WEEKS . ae 60 6th August, 1951. /fre of unknown origin broke)({ CURIOSIDADES, TRAIDOS
\DRIANA CLEMENT zo jout at Cleeland Plantation, St | DE LA INDIA CHINA e
«rocate nd September, 1951.
JOHN EVANS. Unknown 8th October, 1951 | Andrew, at about 9.00 p.m., on} EJIPTO
re ’ P Ss rday . 5 , he
HENRY HAWOOD is 31st October, 1951 \s aturday The canes are the; T H A N I ; S
For Results or ’ ‘ property of the trustees to the
eee CECILIO BREVILL 64 13th November, 1951 the lk: E, R. Pil 1d
; estate of wen late E, R. Pile and Pr. Wm. Hry. St., Dial 3466
ere insured.



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PART ONE ORDERS

LIEUT.-COL, J. CONNELL, OBE., E.D.,
Commanding,
THE BARBADOS REGIMENT

Issue No. 3. 17 Jan. 52



|. ACTING APPOINTMENT
Major L. A. Chase is appointed
wef 18-27 Jan. 52,
PARADES
All ranks will parade
Coys. will carry
Signal Plateon
The Signal’s Course will be

Acting Adjutant,
vice Major M. L. D. Skewes-Cox on casual leave.
at Regt
out training

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held on Mon. 21, Wed. 23 and Thurs. 244 Jan. 5 |
disposition Get M ge Rie your Ban
druggist today under © positive Band practices will be held on Mon, 21, W Ba s. 2 n. 52
guarantee Hytex must stop your pile Reeruits ' mn Wed and Thurs. 24 jan. 52
pains and troubles or money back on Recruits will parade for training on Mon, 21 and Wed, 23 Jan, 52 |
return of empty package. aon en AND ORDERLY SERJEANT FOR WEEK
{ NDING 28 JAN, 52 |
‘ Orderly Officer 2/14. H. A. Husbands j
Oe OPES PPPOE, Orderly Serjeant 234 Sjt. Williams, E.D
e ~ Next for duty
nS NOTICE % Orderly Officer A. H. Clarke, |
8 | 4 > Orderly Serjeant Sit. Williams, S.D |
* x M. 1 SKEWES-COX, Major, |
- Sieh elites % S.0.L.F, & Adjutant, j
S % The Barbados Regiment |
* 7 ves to inform the public & |
% thi it not seen nor x NOTICE
g of tiv ¢ t f v * re will be o Mess Meeting of the Officers’ Mess at 2015 hour }
- ¥ rday J 2 |
@ WILZ.E Fi Marshall) & 26 n, 52
% formerly of 112 Street, & PART U1 ORDERS |
% NYC. for the twelve (12) THE BARBADOS REGIMENT SERIAL NO. 3 |
@ yenrs, and it i intention to > STRENGTH INCRBAS
> remarry in the near future, * 38 Cpl. Williams, B.E ‘A Retaken on strength of
x ‘ wef 18 Jan. 52
x VANWATTER FiTZt an s LEAVE CASUAL
x oe ; Sree ae Major M. L, D. Skewes-Cox Bn. HQ Granted 10 days’ casual leave |
i woter, & we SS }
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' O64 oe ee ee ee Le ae 665 Pte. = Granted 8 days’ S/Leave wef 18 Jar
>' aint Daina tacts taeda t 42 Pte Granted 4 weeks’ S/Leave wef 18 Jar
% a | 670 Pte. Noel, A * Granted 4 weeks’ S/Leave wet an
S NOTICE x D. SKEWES-COX, Major,
* and i $.0.L.F. & Adjuta
, ys The Barbados Reg
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$ MRS. STUART'S x yor GO POSES FSSSF SSS SOC SSOSSFOO FOO F TO 99%
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PAGE EIGHT



JAMAICA REPLY

Hits 100

Binns

In Fine Style

BARBADOS—IST IN NINGS

JAMAICA 311 and (for
FORCED to follow on
innings in reply to 753 by
play yesterday scored 243
will resume to-day still
innings defeat.

Alfie Binns who was 88 fron
last week, carried his bat
even 100. .In Jamaica’s
innings, he shared in a
wicket partnership of
minutes with John

taking innings for
Bonitto, a good
for 43.

The Barbados bowling on
whole was steady and the grounc
fielding good. Pace bowler
who captured the
wickets for the day,

supporting

first
finished wit

an analysis of 3 for 51 in 14 overs,
for 36 Bonitto on drove the
in the same number of overs and

while Frank King got 2

Norman Marshall | for
sending down 26 overs, 13
which were maidens.

Alfie Binns 88 and Reggie Scar

55 afte

requir ing

for an
second
fifth
108 in 93 was a maiden.
McLeod to
score 73. McLeod played a pains-
79 and Neville
one

the

jarker
three

of

Â¥ 753
6 wkts.) ..... 243
after scoring 311 in their first

Barbados, Jamaica by close of
for the loss of six wickets and
199 runs to avoid an
1 sereen end and sent down a
maiden—his third in succession—
to Bonitto. Barker’s next over
yielded a single. While Marshall's

The luncheon interval was taken
with the score at 30 for the loss of
three wickets. N. Bonitto was 2
and the other not out batsman
McLeod had not yet scored.

i After Lunch

On resumption, McLeod opened
his scoring with an easy single off
, King to mid wicket. Marshall
bowled a maiden to McLeod.
first from
King to the boundary and then
r played out the remainder,

McLeod singled to the left of
Barker at square leg off Marshall.
- Play was then held up for a bit

lett 4 resumed Jamaica’s first when King struck McLeod with a
innings with the total standing at full one which the batsman had
296 for the loss of nine wickets. failed to negotiate. Bonitto crash-
Pace bowler Frank King took ed Marshall to the extra cover
charge from the pavilion end and boundary to enter double figures
sent down a maiden to Binns. and send the total to 40.

Williams bowled from the se:
end and Scarlett got three wide o
King the only slip field off th
first and Binns cover drove for
single off the last to send 300 u
on the board after 296
play.

Binns turned the first from King

to fine leg for and late

a couple “r Leod got one to mid on.

cover drove to the boundary to
make his score 95. He the
singled to fine leg off a bumpe

and went down to face
whose over yielded a single.
sent his score to 99 with a squar
eut off King for a couple and the
Singled to cover to get his hundre
including 12 boundaries in
minutes, King beat and bowle

Scarlett with his last delivery to

een

Williams
Binns

Holder replaced King at the
f pavilion end, He bowled to McLeod
e who singled with an off drive.
4 Bonitto also got a single with a

P drive to extra cover off this bowler,
minutes’

Marshall’s next over was a maiden,
Bonitto wok un easy single to

er fine Jeg off Holder.
period of half an hour
realised 19 runs.

e C. B. Williams came on from the

n sereen end in place of Marshall

. whose figures were 90. 7M. 5R. 0W.
20

He bowled to McLeod who swept
d his first delivery to the fine

bring Jamaica’s innings of 311 to in 91 minutes.

a close after 305 minutes.
lett had scored 7 while
undefeated with 100.

Binns we

J’ca’s 2nd Innings

With a deficit of 442,

started their second innings at
o'clock with John
Denis Thorbourn,

Was entrusted with

from the Screen end.

to Prescoqd who broke

Frank
the
He bowle

fifth. LGarker bowled from

pavilion end and Thorbourn opene

his account with an
wide of silly mid on.
man singled off this
later Prescod turned
square leg boundary.

Thorbourn got a_ single pa
Farmer at silly mid on to send 1

easy

him to tl

ten on the board and later Prescod

on drove for a couple and the
teok an easy single to mid wicke
The last was a bumper whic
struck Thorbourn on
the ball going high over
to the boundary. Barker
a maiden to Prescod,
Thorbourn sent 20 on the boar
in aS many minutes with
oft drive off King for three an
later on drove Barker for

bowle

of Atkinson

first of Barker’s next over and the

singled to backward point off the

fifth,

With the total at 25, Barbadc

made their first bowling change by
bringing on Norman Marshall vice
screen end. He
sent

King from the
bowled to Thorbourn
down a maiden.
First Wicket Goes
Jamaica lost their first
when Prescod hooked a short or

and

—the third of Barker's fifth over—

to give Atkinson at square leg ¢
easy catch. The score
25—1—10.

Teddy Saunders filled the breac

and was quickly off the mark wit
a single to fine leg. Marsha

bowled another maiden this time to

Saunders.

Jamaica lost their second wicket
when Thorbourn pulled one from crashed one from Barker

Scar-

Jamaic

Prescod and
King
attac

his duc
with a brace to square leg off the
the

single

Each bats-
bowler and

his fingers,
the slips
ad
a hare
a couple.

Thorbourn took a couple to the left
at square leg off the

wicket

beard reac

McLeod took a

remainder.

2 to extra cover off Holder.
“~ got a boundary off this

on misfielded.
sa A Maiden

k Williams bowled a

on drive off Holder
McLeod glanced

and
d

Leod 14.
‘single off Wililams’ over.

shall was now given
second spell.

ed from the
Bonitto who
couple,
similar

1e

st avili
ip pavilion

off drove

end

on
be
h

amount and then

slip.

off Williams, Marshall continued
from the screen end and McLeod
d crashed him to the cover boundary
i and then edged one between the
wicket keeper and first slip to

ad
the boundary to send the score to

80. This pair had now put on 50
for the fourth wicket in 170
minutes.

" MeLeod glanced one from Wil-

liams for a brace and then singled
to square leg to send up Bonittu
who got a single to mid wicket.
Williams’ next over yielded two
singles.

With the total at 87, pace bowler
Barker was given his second spell

Ss

for the day. He bowled to Bonitto
and sent down a maiden to this

batsman,

1€ Williams’ next over yielded a
single. Bonitto glanced one trom
an Barker to fine leg for a couple,
then off drove to the boundary and
singled off the last to mid on to

" send the score to 96.

h
il Boundary

Williams bowled a maiden to
Bonitto. McLeod singled to square
leg off Barker and later Bonitto
to the

Barker hard and low to Atkinson off boundary to send up 100 on the

at square leg who took an excel- board

lent catch to dismiss him.
score board read 27—2—16.

Neville Bonitto joined Saunders,

but the latter did not last very lon
as Barker again came into th

picture when he had this batsman was given his third spell,

i.b.w. with only a single added t
the total.
was 1. Barker’s analysis was
evers, 1 maiden, 10° runs,
wickets.

McLeod joined Bonitto. Mar

shall continued to bowl from the
















Saunder’s contribution

after 141 minutes’ play.

The McLeod sent his score to 34 with

a late cut off Williams for a couple

and then singled with a cover

g drive,
e The ‘total was now 108 and King
He

o bowled from the pavilion end to
McLeod who singled with a cut
6 past gully off the fourth, but the

3 last one which was well up, bowl- when Binns pushed one away

ed Bonitto as the batsman missed
- ‘anon drive, ‘The total was 109

square leg off Holder and later Mc-
Marshall
bowled another maiden—thig time
n to McLeod. Bonitto got three to
The post lunch
had now

leg
boundary to send 50 on the board

long single to
1S extra cover off Holder's third de-

livery and Bonitto played out the
McLeod took a single
off Williams and then got another
Bonitto
same
bowler when Smith at extra cover

maiden to
McLeod. Bonitto singled with an
later
this bowler to
fine leg for a brace. The total was
now 64 with Bonitto 20 and Me-
McLeod took the only
Mar-

his
This time he bowl-
to
for a
glanced to fine leg for a
got a
neat two between first and second

McLeod took a single to cover

sor 4 and Bonitto who had made Smith



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BARBADOS ADVOCATE



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BARBADOS WICKET-KEEPER Charlie Taylor goes to McLeod's
assistance after McLeod was struck by a fast one from Frank King

at Kensington yesterday, the fourth day of the First Jamaica-Barba-
dos Test.

43 including 5 boundaries
batted for 123 minutes.

Alfie Binng filled the breach and
got off the mark with a boundary
through the slips off Williams. He
later turned one from King neatly
to fine leg for a brace.

McLeod survived an appeal for
l.b.w. by Williams and later took
fan easy single to square leg, King

had

bowled a maiden to Binns and
Williams sent down one to Mc-
Leod,

Norman Marshall relieved King
at the pavilion end with the total
at 120 and his first delivery beat
Binns and wicket keeper Taylor,
the ball going to the boundary for
extras. The batsman then drove
to long on for a couple off the
fourth and played out the remain-
der.

Binns entered double figures
with a single to fine leg off Wil-
liams. The batsmen took two

more singles and 130 went up on

the board. McLeod edged one
from Norman Marshall between
the wicket keeper and first slip
to the boundary to make his
score 46. Williams’ sixteenth
consecutive over was a maiden ta
Binns, He had also sent down
five maidens and had 31 runs
scored off him,

Normarm Marshal] bowled the

last over before tea and sent down
a maiden to McLeod. The total

was 134 for the loss of four
wickets, with McLeoq 34 and
Binns 10,
After Tea
Holder bowled the first over
from the screen end after tea to
Binns who got a_ boundary

through the slips off the first de-

livery and then singled off the
fourth. Marshall bowled from
the pavilion end and sent down
a maiden to Binns. Holder also
bowled a maiden to McLeod.
Binns pulled the third ball of
Marshall’s eighteenth over to the

deep fine leg boundary and then

played out the remainder.
McLeod singled to mid off off

Holder and then did likewise off

Marshall. Binns sent his score

to 20 with a push to mid off off

this same bowler and later on
drove one from Holder to the
boundary to send up 150 in 195
minutes.

McLeod soon got his fifty in-
cluding four boundaries with a
drive to extra cover off Holder

His innings had so far
147 minutes.

Marshall’s next over
four runs, a pull to the
boundary by Binns. This batsman
on drove a full toss from the same
bowler to the fence in front of the
Kensington pavilion, and next
ball Atkinson over threw from
the mid on position to give five
runs to this batsman to put tne
total at 172.

lasted for

yielded
long on

Singles
batsmen took singles
and McLeod cover

through

The
Holder,
Marshall
tween

off
drove
the gap be-
point and cover to tne
fence. Binns took annther four
when he forced Marshall away
on the on side and Atkinson mise
fielded.

Both batsmen were batting with
a full appreciation of tho situa-
tion, and a full toss from Holder
was promptly hooked for four hy
McLeod. Next ball there was +
chance of a possible run out

midoff and ran down the wicket
McLeod was late in starting and
threw in his return some






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yards short of the wicket keeper
who failed to gather, and McLeod
ran safely into his crease. The
run gave Binns his individual
fifty in 67 minutes.

Cc. B. Williams came on for
Holder and McLeod lifted him to
the mid wicket fence for four.

A full blooded off drive by
Binns to the fence off Barker
who relieved Marshall saw the

200 posted in 228 minutes, and
next over saw King take the new
ball at the screen end, His first
delivery rapped McLeod on the
pads but Umpire Cortez Jordar
said not out. After an outswing-
er and two coming into the pads,
King bowled a very fast bumper,
which struck the handle of the
bat. The batsman calmly turned



the next away to backward
square leg for a single and take
strike from 3arker, whom he

turned for four off a full pitch,

McLeod Bowled

Next over King bowled Mc-
Leod with an inswinger which the
batsman moved outside of the off
stump to play as he anticipated
another bumper, and Jamaica had
lost their fifth wicket for 217
runs, The partnership had added
108 runs in 93 minutes, and Mc-
Leod’s contribution was 79 scored
in 194 minutes,

Mudie joined Binns who turned
3arker for a couple to fine leg,
and next over he cover drove
King to the fence, singling him
to fine leg off the next ball.

The score moved on to 233, and
displacing Barker at the pavilion
end, Norman Marshall beat and
bowled Binns with his third ball—
an off break. Binns’s score was
73 inclusive of 9 fours and a five
and he had batted for 111 minutes.

With ten minutes left for the
end of the day’s play, Miller
joined Mudie at the middle, and
after Mudie had taken a single off
Williams who relieved King at
the sereen end, Miller took two
to fine leg to open his account.

Miller again punched Williams



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the First Jamaica-Barbados

Test at Kensington Oval —
11.30 p.m.
Meeting of the House of As:
sembly—3.00 p.m.

Police Band Concert at Dis-
trict “D” Police Station—
7.45 p.m.

Mobile Cinema Show at Crab
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Total rainfall for month to

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Highest Temperature: 84.5 °F

Lowest Temperature: 70.5 °F
Wind Velocity: 8 miles per
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Barometer (9 am.) 29.974
(3 p.m.) 29.873
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Sunrise: 6.12 a.m. “
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Moon: Last Quarter, January
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TUESDAY,



WITH

off the back foot to long off to
and next
off, Mudie
playing out the remainder of the

register another four,
ball singled to mid

over—the last of the day.

The score was 243 for the loss
of six wickets and Jamaica with
still
intact were left to get 199 runs
Miller,
was not out 9 and Mudie not out

four second innings wicket

to save an innings defeat.



4.
The scores are as foljaws:- —
BARBADOS—ist Innings ....... 758
JAMAICA Ist Innings
J. Prescod c Williams b Barker i
D. Thorbourn c¢ Marshall b Barker 68
L. Saunders l.b.w, b King ........ 2
N. Bonitto ¢ Holder b King : 31
J. McLeod Lb.w. b C. B. Williams 1
A. Binns not out . 100
G. Mudie c —. b Holder ........ 44
R. Miller Lb.w. b King ........ q
A. Bonitto Lb.w. b Williams 17
S. Goodridge c Farmer b Williams .. 15
S Scarlett b Ki woaut ie diss, 3
Matron b. Ow. 1s nbs aca! e
Total 2 .ciccsrcccessverseess a

Fall of wickets—1 for 4, 2 for 7, 3 for
76, 4 for 91, 5 for 113, 6 for 182, 7 for 215,

8 for 258, 9 for 292.
BOWLING ANALYSIS

oO. M R W.
F. King ...... - 6 68 4
SB. Barker j.......... 2, = 71 2
N. Marshall ........ 935 7 ss
EB. Atkirson Ss eu Lee 1 a =
A. Holder gga J 2 a4 1
Cc. B. Williams 3 13 3

JAMAICA, tnd Tanings
Prescod c Atkinson b Barker . 10

—D. Thorbourn c Atkinson b Barker 16
L. Satnders |.b.w, b Barker .- 1
N. Bonitto b King . 43
J. MeLeod b King sberee 19
A. Binns b Marshall 73
G. Mudie not out 4
R. Milier not out . te 2
Extras: b 8 .......++ cabin me
Total (for 6 wickets) ...... 248

Fall of wickets: 1 for 25,
for 28, 4 for 109, 5 for 217, 6 for 233
BOWLING ANALYSIS



°o M R w ey
F. King ee See) ee Private requiem mass for Sis-
H. Barker 144 2 51 % ter Anthony was said at 9.00 a.m.
N, Marsnall ........ 26 13 $8 1 in the Convent today. Her body |
e Be wilitama hit ae Bae was then taken to the Roman
Catholic church at nearby |
Moascar, where it will lie in state
til public requiem mass on
. ° un a
Garrer XI Wins Tuesday. ;
" S r Johnson told newsmen on his and large.
f F arrival in Ismailia on Sunday
At Football that he felt “reasonably certain” ' Each
that there will be important re- acn .

A FOOTBALL MATCH
played at Clifton on Saturday last

2 for 27, 3

was

POLICEMAN’S
QUESTION

At about 5.30 p.m, yesterday,
when stumps were being drawn
in the cricket match at Kensing-
ton, Gordon Scantlebury of St.
James, took a stroll down Broad
Street. When he reached Prince
William Henry Street, opposite
the Canadian Bank of Commerce,
he stopped in front of two
Police Constables and looked
into their faces.

One Constable enquired:
you want something ?”

Without uttering a
Scantlebury fell at their
apparently in a faint.

The Constables lifted him on
to the pavement in Prince Williarn
Henry Street and phoned for a
Police van. Before the van ar-

“Do

word,
feet

rived, Scantlebury, who had}
recovered a little, moaned; “My,
friends caused this; My friends’

caused this.”

A woman nearby rubbed his!
head with a lime and offered
him soda water. Soon the van
arrived and he was hustled off
to the General Hospital where
he was detained.



Egypt Will Probe,

Murder of Nuit |

@ From page 1.
Mulliner also will represent
Caffery at public funeral
vices for the nun at 9.00 a.m, on}
Tuesday.

percussions from the killing. - f
person engaged in any -religious

Any

between teams captured ob Y activities is pretty important to
Seymour Garner and Wesley us”, the said. “Sister Anthony was
Nichols. Garner’s team won by just a peaceful person and she
four goals to one. had done splendid work here.
Edgar Haynes and C. Rayside Troops of Britain’s crack 16th
scored two goals each for the Parachute Brigade moved back
winners. W. Nichols scored the into Ismailia early on Monday to

one *for his team.



Explosion Kills 4

LISBON Portugal, Jan, 21.

An amunition dump exploded
and touched off a fire Monday >
afternoon killing four workers

and seriously injuring three at
Bziorolas seven miles from the
capital,
One body
from the
hundreds

was found 80 feet
blast which
of panicky

subdued the blaze,
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‘ SYDNEY, Jan. 21

A great innings by Alan Rae
was the main feature of today’s
play, when the’ West Indies fin-
ished 60 behind Victoria in their
First Innings. At the close of
play Victoria was 118 ahead with
seven wickets to fall.

Rae hit 171 in an innings that
came after a tour of almost com-
plete failure. Once past the hun-
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Critics point out that he had to
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blaze of form for the Fifth Test
VICTORIA FIRST INNINGS 387
WEST INDIES FIRST INNINGS
Rae c Hassett b Ian Johnson

selectors

171
b Ian Johnson 24
Ian McDonald b Ring 32
Johnston 7
Ba l! ¢ lan McDonald b Fitchett 11
it c Hassett b Ian Johnson 32
ec Tan MeDonald b Johnson 0
stpd, Ian McDonald b Ring 9

Stollmeyer c¢ Thorn
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Weekes b
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son c Fitchett b Johnston 34
Valentine b Ian Johnson 0
Jones not out : 2

Total 327
mee saison

BOWLING ANALYSIS

Johnson 5 for 36, Ring 2 for 150, John-
ton 2 for 71, Fitchett 1 for 59.
VICTORIA SECOND INNINGS
Thoms b Atkinson
Colin McDonald c & b Valentine 72
Hassett b Valentine ° 43
Garvey not out 7
Yexton not out 1
Extras 1

Total (for 3 wickets)





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ESTABLISHED 1895 Barbados Should Win Karly McLeod, Binns And Bonitto Impressive rp i B. W.L $ Spending 1 O-UaV Will Not Be Cut IMIWIIII (By O. S. COPP1N, JAMAICA, with four second innings wickets in hand still needed 199 runs to equal the Barbados first innings score of 753 when play on the fourth day of the first Barbados-Jamaica Test ended at Kensington yesterday • J !" H P ^" y f u rp n9ft l He became assorted tne sound condition of the wicket four days old before play yesterday, although there were only Sunday havthrea pi.. Jamaica, at the end of play on Saturday had lost nine wicket* /or 296 run and with Binns at not out anil Scarlett 4 not out, OBly the skill and determination of Binns and the comparattTSl] lu-aiiKihie hatting productlvHj of SearlMt, ctood between the 266 run mark for nine wlcketa and i>r the Jan inning*. fonhdrnt But etranas enough, Binns started with more confidence yestcrday than he had shown at any time during his inning*, of the >y of play. lnuniUata|] confidant and he took seven In lite second OVW! i>f the day. four run* coming by way of ,i sizzling oft* drive oft Kins Tor four. tenturv Binns completed his cenlury that took him almost thre and a half hot.: more than useTui to .not spectacular hot workmanlike for the on-: part and it was certainly studded eful onside play and beautiful driving in front the when the aacai itself. m on, 442 rum behind ai, as 1 predicted |MVitaUa and one at once wondered hOW thev would set about trMng I'nsucceaaful %  ucceed In giving the team an openu u thai would have indicated .i righting total Prescod was out in almost similar ungs. He QPOks to n bouncer and was out again at square leg. I was not expecting this since Prescod executed and some became associated Binns in a fltfh wirkcpart -•nip that added 108 in 93 minute)., and eventually topacored 1th 19 >0 not out was %  lantlgtl • give him the confidence lo set about piling up a good Individual once and unUka tha fini n|| %  ,-tT mark and scored at a quick rate. McLeod's dismissal at 78 bowled b King and Binns' soon after at 7J. brought al>out by a well flighted .hanged paca off break fnmi Marshall wns a grievous blyw to Jamaica and now only Mudic 4 not out, Miller 9 no* out, %  hsyfksf Bonilto. Ooodn Scarlett, stand between Jamaica and an innings defeat today. No Chance %  Jamaica achieves the improbable and wipe off the 1S9 i it. it is unltkel) that they will W able to do so by such margin as would entail Burbating again with an apptciable score to negotiate. The> Barbados bowling waa teadj .lay and again it wag lMiked up l>> good firli'. hap* not up to the very huh standard set mi Saturday hut still commendable by lnt< -. standard*. Farmer was again outstanding in my opinion and Huntr on the boundary -aved no end of runs by quick clever antii pat ion and accurate returns from the deep. King Consistent Frank King has maintained a lerriflc pace for the entire match nd trig 2 for 3fl in 14 overs Is mail indication of his very vuluile bowling assistance to the MBt Barker yesterday kept up fast pace for a longer period "..in he did in the first innings but I am al a loss to see win more not made of Eric Atkinson. -Ing i Surely there was ample M-npe for ither defensive at least trying him out wllh a few trokes that marked him ""''" especially as be has eetabetaman but it is obvious lisbad a reputation for steadlncs-.. that th-. bouncer on his bedyfi his and the eaporiment even 1/ not Achillas heal and he will have to, *"cceasful would scarcely be an find some answer to this sort of i expensive one bowling if ha is to enjoy any] I.lttjo Help reasonable measure of success in Holdei „ ((l „,.,,. hvl fnim lho this tournament piuh and fus 14 overs for 4K ( %  nod C alrn [runs without taking a wicket Thornoiim, whose valuable, though not disgraceful inB 0*1 rtfi mil as MODMBfU] as one Of fche highlight* had hope.' for under the HH.I I out to a very I tipns. ch ..IT Barker by AtkinThinI little reason to son at aajuara laf am) Wttk hll that Barbados will not win lodav went much of lho but I am sure that the Jan skmdai hopea of the Jamaicans will have benefited considerably Ihll gume. Saundcrs too from their first experience and helped to make this avan mON the chances will be Co.: %  men he was again out in the second Test tuna Barker —in the first innings it wa* King. j U.K. Closes Consulates In Iran II, JO.-.I I'll \\ \, V\1H %  %  are shut %  K The I., %  %  %  13, KEVILI.E BONITTO howled by rrsak Ki&c for 43 twecn Barlisdo and Jamaica at Kensington RATIFICATION OFJAPTRFATV tlAVOLRFl} WAftHlNCTi '% %  %  favour ratihcaion pi toe ., i %  . of uic Joint renorti mom vsowi i i tun Arthur V. Wathin-. the kattau but not Itl U Xt D Hi I i It) of State A i top Laval ad*ta% % %  laattfii %  I i Watkina oonModa d thai japan's abandonii i*art Of UM H m ii aald t" ba -hat hlie tin R %  %  %  th. HI oi the i i ttletnent ..f Iheaa i did.Qalck Kitillcation %  LAW, \ain I think he mist Eej Die lift of tlie KenMnglon Wicket and plnys o much to quiok onaa pitched al a good length but ill o^ ttiev Park. Me docs this reato N ho is automatically %  fora M tan tet his bat down and he Is sent back having been hit well in front. Neville Bonitto, one of the most %  batsman in Wie team seared an attractive 43 but drove ..ver one well up from KlOSj. I think that this stroke was too muck m the vicinity .,f a Hash of • for such a valuable batsman because he did not get behind the ball neither was sue head well over it. Slow But Sure iter, and a MI.KIC in the ngs took 40 mil d he took in getting the measure of the bowling and when set waa good to Adciuiiivr Wuirfh Nliil Support For Kr-urii.aiia'iit (By W. GKKU;> Jan 21. HOT Konrad Adenauer is in all-out bid for a solid m In support c "fW German rearmament th, af aim is t %  %  II. i rantanWin %  %  %  . . largest Party in the West German Parliament. So far. they have lutterlv otppoa(d the agreement thai Adenauer itlng with the Western Truce Talks At Dead-end B) ARNOLD IHHill i PANMUNJOM. Jan. 21 K> IVM armistice talk to have reached a dead-enu today ith both sides refusing to iMldaa. Only a major pelicy change by the United Nations or Communists %  an end the endurance COOtaol ind save negotiati I oil a pee. it*>ili Sub-committees working on the truce agreed to ni at II a.m. Tuesday. But neithe; held out any hope for agreement. Each side served notice in two Sub-Committees today thai it Will on tin tm main %  ui blocking the armistice I Nations demands for voluntary repatriation of war prii"! • a ban on military llrl slmction. The U.N. dcnicl the crommu charge that Allied planes deliberately bomlicil and strafed properly marked Oommui convoy on Ut> yang-Kaesong road last Friday It conceded that some such Communist vehicles might have l*c hit during an Allied air attarkMU mileDOftk Of K.iesoti — l' P. durin Ji*i" %  i that Communl | will be quirk. < ,u. r n smuiu. —1 %  I the guaranti i I I ipai Yoshida that hi raeogniia % %  to I howavor, another reservation whV Japan of .ill b LI iradad with Bad I itagjg war DJ %  Wiltkir %  .... limit o-i %  .;•..(in, for Qfefa i rounding j Alli< %  hopes to, rm my lo contribute ("""ut Western Europe's' *'"e '"" Four Fall From Lorries Three men, George Koach Hunan Roach and James MacLean, all of Aahton Hall. St Peter fell from motor lo .long Walls Road. St. Peter. yesterday They ken to the General Ilospitaj Hugan Roach was treated for b fractured shoulder ami George Roach and Jame were treated ...id discharged talk them arouno. so Germany's • ntribntlon will 'i .nail. r.i!hi than scrape through a dissensionParliament. i that tn. Boeial Damoctm) i with him I.. I national unity an I the long and embitterc-it will have been fought out. before the West Germai I ":< 12 Divisions ..•, unit will mean too that almost I was going around %  man soldier will grar.. slid oft. They fell off be in uniform before the end of.it. %  52, Wharlon was a worker on the —I.P. Uame lorry from which she fell, Irene Whartoti of Cottage. Ml fiom a motor lorry Uon Road, St i: .iM p.m. yester.i was taken to the H<*i-.' serious condition and del It is understood that In %  on a load of grass on th. of the truck. When u. Truman Presents Budget To Congress (By I1I1K WEST! WASHINGTON Jui 1|, I si., 400,000.000 • ' %  '. Ml,.' I.., |-.„,. nounced plnn.v In, ili.uhlli • ttonuc Mtponi Tl i Chli I I ipelled ..in the third IUIMKI budgel evn Hibmittad by an %  % %  Wr 11 Keils Force Allies Buck riera %  i .i front todaj .i %  %  ill emu and m< %  %  the r.ilrtlnn i>arfy affafn I U got cloM :.. hurl hand Red If. I On tin -it IN %  %  hunk %  %  hunker I 1 %  limp A Sabrajel 1.1 P> bi how Un itad rr. Churrliill GntehtH ( | On Ifonr-uork NEW xo K Cliurchll %  %  %  homework, but he will com* on Tuesday for a parade I Britain's PrUM that hwould spend the %  M . i %  affan .mi IIIK on %  ui moat I i mum. iir that tin %  .lite. he hop) FINANCE WXISTFRS TAJJiS END ll-roin Our Own Correxpondenn LONDON. January II h dollar this tuni^ht 111 .in exclusive inten-iew incsj Minialfi i %  lit London, i UM Wosl Indus dsssVtftatlon, said he thai UM enatribatkm ihe West Indies would .,.., %  IconCen ec r.^-ommendaTions ba to ity i" keep kmpon '-mntaes as tud Japan ;it roughly tha aSUW level as . n i L ->i the I .!*. KeJtjsOl Riissiun Qaini On '{t'tiirn Of IViMiiurs that the no i-ihtic.il I 1 Id would be of ChurchillI will taki %  prlnv Him i %  i : nhattaii by inemen, the Air %  MOO-woi Truman -aid lug out! %  milltari RreagM <>t the t'i %  %  ii %  !. II to gain hei ends. Hi requested fAlJOfl iiulit.i' luring Ihe tei %  anothei United tn aid and %  Another Sn.lOOgOO.W i : >. m Ihsl 111 tereat on the mounting national debt. Taxe* The Pn r>ew tak revanw bu %  Ii I not plai %  i %  i Ihe H MI h oi i. %  %  leas pressed by tha Whiti %  oel |o no a. turn ///f II. till I that she was kri !io \> I I 1 • %  Ight. Hi %  a> <>n i age, i %  .a ..t importing %  %  %  olumc .'i pp lurb So Ki.ili. In.ri I %  I II Indlvldu i %  %  %  utd earanara with that I | Ml I Of .loll I ire HI IMJ will i i IUA2. in plain word) III (|0l| • %  . mas em inkfui -., haw the .. ui.in.i thai tii %  r s A hiksn Impa i .• %  m to 'i %  u |n| v o %  ight ba asked to agree t %  %  the iti. pot M %  haw %  Hll it..it (or <; %  %  i %  in brads an latlon I i Europe which I %  l i ., %  .. putttni whlen an no %  .. i..i iii %  oarUy mean %  More Euarts 11. repeated %  Wh.n we have lo igalnti i gpandlturo of foreign cuifawekss. Seventy ,, 1|( up .4 v-teiii -niilri he mitigat%  1 i lion would •d %  Individual Oovarnm tl.i.-i. Illev t ,l "' "'I %  -! lltilitovcinent in (In n balaoca of pay menu. Method, I wlUesmdlvklua] karri. %  Un v..i the bruail pn "on. BU rlinj: \re;i In Debt Ol Mt|>:|| I. : ,. to the whota the world. Rssarvsa nf gold id dollars wars dwindling rap* i. n Hi, is unchecked 11.. n %  • On Pair 3 CVealth Mu.st Develop |{t k sourccs l.UNLHJN, J-n 2\ . Mr. l.vtteltou I. to Cosonial i the rUrliPrn i I Us osnao I %  to put si %  lanes with the i. M of tin world by Un ball Id, 1VV.> %  %  %  to-day's i'I'M were (hose iieaiuia! ii Bagaiop* WSalth lesoureea anil the need for "frequeait \ %  Wall K oresenled i tha lolonies will t'i %  ill .i on th.working party thai is to • Bible mean "i inci aai i monwaehn produetion and also at %  111. .al Ini'l" whuh %  ill tak.phsM hciin in| lo review piogreas on (njsSMfSa now liemi lakei raasa suri Colonial tenitori* with tha part of UM world i i n sought from "out i %  I I %  Raw MaloriuU Minutei %  I I %  %  i, Thi .ii %  b> the working party ting opportunisttm ll .'i.iiiiiHinwealth raw ma'.. #) On Pane 1 the if I 1 .lidrean l After i. 21. V ill gi\ % % %  %  rejei t loday U %  -rued all [HIexcept wai criminals. The i.. %  madi .:. htogs %  uiy Monday. i onflicta with estimates of UM, %  • than 1,000,000 •see taken World VTai ll i <• ^tiii in t ads. I i • %  l( % %  note was a reply one aant tl If j %  ailing on the Kremlin lo tell what happn prison i send represents! today in (.. %  Reda I'M. I OmAi In < .i oufl.-il SlrrtU MJOi I by munisu riding Mi as in broad da> light In alreeU lodurl passers* b> ling C#ovln.MKia buildings. Fight of the wounded w* to ba ui a "sstsoti I %  i rrn i << % %  j %  k br,l Jf„ ab y u 1 l l %  %  had been %  %  •P UMos llslifriitfii 111 ,, % %  -! Ull.l From Kitchen To Bet! i ii i\ of the ret are IvX'Vsttaria nali it Vlrlerii had . hrt iniiliif lead ii M raas. Un n ft a/aai ba lt> Ulll III. Illlt. I) %  %  — ~ ~ '' QUAKE RFXORDED %  A 'fair 1 %  tlon wa 1 %  iiogiiit-h. it was reported today.—-IT. Careenage Is Crowded Again ij again her %  els For the past week, more eeh) Dunn;: %  IlltlOlll. \ || V inOuvl-aaii. Philip II IMvldaaat. Mary --. Lewis ronkl.,, ii I laar] M %  % %  %  • i : I %  i m i .liana broui;' % %  %  ga eomprising %  | ind aiso fruit %  rrji kiwi li E. wis 1 %  sea . f i %  r I r I I.I %  vtei %  P/I. ',,, ******** J6t*



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ESTABLISHED 1895

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Barbados Should Win

McLeod, Binns And

Bonitto Impressive

(By O. S.

COPPIN)

__ JAMAICA, with four second innings wickets in hand
still needed 199 runs to equal the Barbados first innings

score of 753 when
bados-Jamaica Test ended a

the sound condition of the wicket,
four days old before play yester-
day, although there were only
three playing days, Sunday hav-
ing intervened.

Jamaica, at the end of play on
Saturday had lost nine wickets
for 296 runs and with Binns at
88 not out and Scarlett 4 not out,
only the skill and determination
of Binns and the comparatively
negligible batting productivity of
Scarlett, stood between the 296
run mark for nine wickets and
the close of the Jamaica first

innings,
Confident

But strange enough, Binns
started with more confidence yes-
terday than he had shown at any
time during his innings of the
last day of play.

He was immediately confident
and he took seven in the second
over of the day, four runs coming
by way of a sizzling off drive off
King Yor four,

Century

Binns completed his century
that took him almost three and a
half hours but it was an innings
that was more than uséful to
Jamaica. It was not spectacular
but workmanlike for the most
part and it was certainly» studded
by some forceful onside play and

beautiful driving in front the
wieket when the occasion pre-
sented itself.

Jamaica's follow on, 442 runs
behind was, as I predicted inevi-
table and one at once wondered

how they would set about trying









play on the fourth day of the first Bar-

t Kensington yesterday.
I was pleasantly surprised “| gt 7 Z

He became associated with
Binns in a fitfh wicket partner-
Ship that added 108 in 93 min-
utes, and eventually topscored
with 79.

Binns’ 100 not out was enough
to give him the confidence to set
about piling up a good individual
score at once and unlike the first
innings he was at once off the
mark and scored at a quick even
rate.

McLeod’s dismissal at 79 bowl-
ed by King and Binns’ soon after
at 73, brought about by a well
flighted changed pace off break
from Marshall was a_ grievous
blow to Jamaica and now only
Mudie 4 not out, Miller 9 not out,
skipper Bonitto, Goodridge and
Scarlett, stand between Jamaica
and an innings defeat today.

No Chance

Even if Jamaica achieves
improbable and wipe off the 199
runs deficit, it is unlikely that
they will be able to do so by such
a margin as would entail Barba-
dos’ batting again with an appre-
ciable score to negotiate,

The Barbados bowling was
steady today and again it was
backed up by good fielding, per-
haps not up to the very high

standard set on Saturday but still} P&8°*®

Intercolonial
was again

commendable by

standards. Farmer
outstanding in my
Hunte on the boundary saved no

end of runs by quick clever anti-|â„¢an of the Joint Chiefs of Staff
returns | Was

cipation and

from the deep.

accurate









HOW




ere
ANUARY 22;

1952



arly ‘To-day

LED 4



NEVILLE BONITTO bowled by Frank Kin

tween Barbados and Jamaica at Kensington.

OF JAP TREATY
HAVOURED

WASHINGTON, Jan
The Joint Chiefs of Staff st
favour
treaty put 4 are
concerned about
the Kurile islanas was

it

_ ig
opinion and | t@cay.

General Omar Bradley,

reported to have exp

those views in a letter
Arthur V. Watkins,















ralificaion of the Japanese
sdmewhat
Russia’s hold on
learned

Chair-

to Senator



21.

rongly

ressea









“fantastic”











(By DICK WEST)

‘ WASHINGTON, Jan. 21,

Truman urged Congress to-day to spend $85,400,000,000
in the fiscal year 1953 as% “heavy price” for peace, and an
nounced plans for doubling'the nation’s capacity to produce
new atomic
spelled out the third largest budget ever submitted by an
American President—the biggest two came during World
War II.

‘ Reds Force

weapons. The

In a

Truman said



























Chief

33,000-word

g for 48 runs yesterday, the fourth day of the first Test be

.| RATIFICATION | ‘Truman Presents

Budget To Congress

Executive

messa
outlays

ge
a

big





|

B.W.I. $ Spending
Will Not Be Cut

FINANCE MINISTERS TALKS END

(From Our Own Correspondent)

LONDON, January 21.
B.W.I. DEVELOPMENT is not to suffer through dollar

webs
‘U.K. Closes
|
C lates
onsu ales Revealing this tonight in an exclusive interview
Conference in London,

|
|
|
cuts,
following the Finance Ministers’
| In Iran Mr. Gomes, leader of the West Indies delegation, said he
anticipated that the contribution the West Indies would

be asked to make as a result of conference recommendations
would be to try to keep imports from such countries as



(By JOSEPH MAZANDI)
TRHERAN, J

yielded t

an, 21

Britain

iranian de 3 ¥ 3 ; A A

mands toaay, and closed ail Western Europe and Japan at roughly the same level as

consulates throughout the counts obtained in 1951.

A British Emba spokesma This would entail some sacrifice * seni

Said that nine British Consulat because at the end of the yeat 5

were shut, as effe ve from th it vt from these source had Cc Ith M t

morning increased and some reduction wea us
He said that these include Be he recent

would
thi

gian Cons have
interests

British

ulate
were
Consulate
Khorramshahr
The British ected
Iranian Government
Sunday Brit
against it

section A

Develop

Resources

| (From Our

Cuts in

represented |
at

should not lead to any actual
cut in the volume of supplies im-
ported

Tabriz anc

in}
rate of importing
to be effected. But

during 1952,

No Reduction

‘gards dollar ceilings
were now being con
detail and it was im

rejecte A

h } ‘ iid these

inouncer idered in
the Iranian Government in a n possible in case of any individual
on Jan, 12 olony to Know how the ceilin
With its rejection, ran pr for 1952 would compare with that
duced six photostats of tter i of previous year ‘l can sa
tended to ipport charge hat}this however on the whole the

aft
he Own Correspo:
LONDON, Jan
imports which Mr,
Lyttelton is to recommend to
Colonial Governments following
the decision of the Commonwealth
Finance Ministers to put sterling
area trade on balance with the
rest of the world by the second
half of this year will not result in
any reduction of imports below
the 1951 level,

ident

21

ight the

deciston, ar



British interferenc in the inter permissible maximum of doll
nal affairs of the Country w expenditure in 1951 will not be
responsible for her reduced in 1952. In plain word
A British Embassy B.W.1, need not fear cuts in dollay
menting on the expenditure.” Mr

action
official co

Iranian note Gomes con

that alleged British Consul tinued : / The aim is rather to prevent im-
interference dated back 40 yea He said he was thankful to! ports from the dollar area and
and most of the persons involved}|have the assurance that the other hard currency countries

were

In

Canadian-U.S.A token import
scheme had remained intact,

went to the conference fearing we
asked

dead he

only

addition,
charges were
eral and not concrete,



from rising any further.
Finance Ministers are clearly
| basing much of their confidence in
| the ability of the sterling area to

that the





However, the British spokesm night be to agree to

the Iranian assuran severe restrictions of imports but} weather the present economic
about strengthening friendly ret ur special needs and the situa~ storm and the hope of increased
tions with Britai: He ‘id th Yon have been fully taken ant exports of primary products from
he hoped British personne} in Ir sxcecount, We should also remem-| are colnnthe.

that the
es acrifice
nake.’

ber more

we

! '
the: “Lyttelton said tonight that from

| the colonies point of view the two
|most important sections of the
communique issued after to-day’s
final plenary session were those
dealing with plans for deyelop-

We export
shall

would enjoy the ime freedor )

movement



nd s¢ have

uri I it
Ens

enjoyed in land

Meanwhile Premier Moh He said in order to regain

mr

Mossadegh prepared to answer ot ontrol of the situation it would

Tuesday the ultimatum by t probably be necessary for Gov-

fanatical Moslem Sect pr« ernments to reverse the trade

ymising


























| ‘ 7 % rer 5 a 1
i a “eecary liberalisation policy in relation tof '"8 Commonwealth resources anc
to force a draw. King Consistent The general sense of the lettes cea” to aa up the military hig assasination unless he im Western eubeps which they had] the need for “frequent and com-
Unsuccessful Frank King has maintained a|/— but not its text -—— was made strength of the nited States and Jately freed its leader.—U.1 idopted last year This woula] prehensive” consultations between
Prescod and Thorbourn, the] terrific pace for the entire match }known today as the Senate Foreign 2 2 oe eae the face of the Petes a probably mean putting a number} Commonwealth Governments
aie aie fee maha and his 2 for 36 in 14 overs is| Relations Committee called frad- grim evidence” that Russia will ; r , ; ' “mia
openers did not succeed in giving em SOF : = S not hesitate to use war t sait y e f goods which are now open tk ,
the team an opening that would omall gagigation on ee very velu- dey along with Se ore ot eo oe € : ar to gain ZY, ot ! i eneril licences back on th Tt Well Revresented :
have indicated a fighting total.)}@>!€ bowling assistance to cheson and his top level advis- or8. eae . ep andy ae pecial licences list but this did is Suggests that the colonies
Prescod was out in almost similar|team. Barker yesterday kept up‘er John Foster Dulles to testify ee ARMS ee Jan ois te He ae te sted a0t 20h Seo nee not necessarily mean reduction] Will be well represented on the
manner to the first innings, He|® fast pace for a longer period jon ratification of the treaty. Both ag cig it Sap er RE pape sede ical countrys milita ¥| MVEILTICLET Jin essential sipplies. working party that is to begin an
played a tame stroke to a bouncer than he did in the first innings Acheson and Dulles urged ratifi-]@ck the United Nations again ? buildup —s the twelve months immediate examination of all pos-
and was out again at square leg.' but I am at a loss to see why more | cation of the treaty. the western front today, A raid- Sarting July 1 ‘and. ‘another ; F , More Exports sible means of inereasing Com-
ip i ed se i t de of Eric Atkinson. = i ios Fe 3 , ‘g{ing patrol first attacked the hill] $10,500,000,.000 for the United , xp :
; Use Is not ma rie Watkins contende hat Japan’s & asia oa en os ae ae . Z
I was not expecting this since u dt I ; > . e e He repeated What we have to] Monwealth production and also at
Diane i . Per, Surely there was ample sco for | .),. £2 get , the} Northwest of Yonchon at 2 a.m.] States allies, ineluding $8,000,- é am ave " wn: er f
Prescod executed some _ scoring y Pp ge abandoning of its claim to the P ; 000.000 Miney- ell 3 guard against is an increase in| meetings “on official level” which
strokes and some other defensive! at least try him out with a few | southern part of the Sakhalin to be thrown back by in-] 0 7 TAeTY. pid and ¥ xpenditure of foreign currencies., will take place from time to time
sakes 7 i a | over. he has estab- 7 og : se small arms and mortar fire.}-$2,500,000,000 in economic assist- By PETER WEBB) ey Fo OF LOFeign CUrFeNCiss, oc ally $ 5
strokes that marked him as aly e © et i ee diness, | !and and the Kurile islands must re aye llexy parobendiiaal ae Severity of this tightening up of|to review progress on measures
yer batsman but is ileus: <0 cioosiuak ovens ;}Hot confirm the agreements of nidine pate Woah ans nother $23,700,000,000 would ISMAILIA, Jan, 21. }licences system sould be mitigat-} now being ‘taken aiiethsidered:
that the bouncer on his.body Is his | and hd $f not Potsdam and Yalta under which | the raiding party again assaulted ar ant Rent Peoreaen Egypt promised a full and it ed by increase in volume of our Steps will be taken immediate-
Achilles heel and he will have to, Successful would scarcely be an Russia besuvied thoes iethnde |the hill and this time got close]Z0 to finance “normal” Goyern- cayp promisec a full and tm- ‘ 8 mul Steps y be te immediate
find some answer to this sort of expensive one, ae 1p “ Ff _— Fa fenough to hurl hand grenades,| ment activities and meet the in- mediate _ investigation into thejexport he more we can pro-|ly to maintain and increase sur~
bowling if he is to enjoy any Littl He wants a reservation spelle 3 ea SR wre however, Red fire] terest on the mounting national| Killing of an American nun dur-|duce for exports the less we shall] pluses earned by certain Colonial
§ s tc le Help t to that effect }Once m«¢ : d fi ; : Sis aber ahd era : nee ‘ant -—_ ( ;
reasonable mez f i aut to that effect. la _ UN t s beck to their} debt. ing the Anglo-Egyptian fighting] have to restrict our consumption] territories in their tradé with the
reasonable measure of success in| Holder got little help from the| Bradley's view is said to be that|TV¢ U.N. troops back to their in this uneasy Suez Canal Zone] of import rest of the world. Loans may be
this tournament, itch and thi: 1 f 46 ~ F .4)own lines, Taxes 2 i rest o 1e world, Loans ay
pitch a S 14 overs for . > security . > | , ot mi today . hn : ; a ? ; was
r ; k while the security picture in that| ; : iN a jtown, it was announced tod: The maximum discretion would} sought from “outside sources” in-
Good Catch runs without _ taking a_ wicket North Pacific Area is not wholly}. QO7, the eastern hE ee The President renewed his re- ‘he United States Embassy in}be allowed to individual Govern- cluding the World Bank to Fin-
Thorbourn, whose valuable} though not disgraceful are cer- satisfactory to the U.S. military|P@trols fought four engagements} quest for some $5,000,000,000 in|Cairo said that the acting Egyp-|ments as to how they achieved] ance eual ont ‘ects, Amer
batting in the Jamaica first in-|tainly not as successful as one an te -nationa rae cba ‘al with Communist units in bunkers}new tax revenue but indicated tian Foreign Ministet ibrahim| the required improvement in their ance Aas opines Re s, Ameri-
nings was one of the «highlights! had hoped for under the condi- Ethand cule -atifi s of the| t of Mundang valley he does not expect to get them.|Farag Pasha made the pledge to balance of payments, Methods can investment wil also be en-
of the match was out to a very| tions. ee at rahe sment ott ‘e|, If one, Allies surrounded four} He said he did not plan to send a|/the American Ambassador, Jeffer-| might vary withgindividual terri- COUNERe Whstever Drapelcanie
good catch off Barker by Atkin-| There is little reason to believe | treaty jal 2 ene To rt bunkers, killed 24 Reds, and cap-[ special tax message to Congress|son Caffery, on Sunday night tories but this was the broad pic- Raw Material
son at square leg and with his! that Barbados will not win today Wrritorial issues at some ater i tured five others in a 20 minute because his views were already The announcement suid that ao , ei are aw SSORTRS
dismissal went much of the but I am sure that the Jamaicans | date fight record Calf lled F t ture, l
paa : : & eee . . aol : ght, on cord. allery called on Farag to expre Sine : stere also feel rz aterix
slender hopes of the Jamaicans} will have benefited considerably Quick Ratification Bad weather hampered air ac-! Members of the House Ways!his “grave concern. over th Sterling Area In Debt Bs bck Fogg el ss ps
to save this game. Saunders too, from their first experience andj Senator John J, Sparkman, who] tivities, Patrolling American! and Means Committee which ori-|tragic death of Sister Anthony Reviewing the general position aaa by regularity in’ pur-
helped to make this even more | the chances will be fairly even|yecently returned from a trip tO|Sabrejets also shot down two] ginate tax legislation have al-jat the sisters of Charity (St. Vin Mt Gomes said the sterling area ahalen by countries outside the
apparent when he was again out | in the second Test. Japan with Dulles predicted that)Communist MiG15 jet fighters|ready agreed informally not to|cent De Paul Society) Convent Hed. BiGn the ae — vhota atani tie a This will crobebly
lbw to a pacer, this time Barker ratification will be quick. during Sundev.—(U.P.) hold hearings on new taxes un-|on Saturday. 1e¢ Ay as in debt o the whole be . f the iicmatinma isalt wit
—in the first innings it was King. Sparkman said that he thinks less pressed by the White House.) Both the U.S, Embassy and a a blurs ase anceiene or se “th Raper. party ‘investig ‘es
; the guarantee of Japanese Premier | ; | British Military Headquarter ¥ ats @ rape) by \ f part) nae
B.W. Again ‘ Ik a : ® % . Ty an’s attitude seemed to} ’ cite! at Son tam then idly, If this process was allowed| ting opportunities for increasing
I acute ye the lift of ruce | a Ss Yoshida that his country will} Churchill Catches iia uote no SC eae oir Aaa meltite pat puns ned in ie ps rp th to continue unchecked there wail Caniaaiecreattt raw material pro-
the Kensington wicket and Thien! recognize Chinese Nationalists, re- | - kel of cash the Pre ident’s| since Egypt began dept 4 a xpel}# grave danger that sterling as| duction,
j . rec S , > -oad- 4 . . . “BY pt 3 : >
back too much to quick ones At Dead-end ies aah . a a = oe paw | Up On Home-w ork budget would commit the U.S.| British Forces from’ the Canal @ On Page 3 { @ On Page 3
pitched at a good length but MOCKS. (0. FAUGER ie ae i ; ‘ to carry 85 per cent. of the burden|Zone late last year
Which do not rise as much as they however, was reported studying | NEW YORK, Jan, 21. jot the rearmament of the West Who Killed The Nun?
do at Sabina Park. He am this By ARNOLD DIBBLE led ree ae would) Clurchill stayed Eas at hey He requested a record $1,775,- Pa y Arey rs od ne
and “presto” he is automatically deprive Japan of a trade con-| home of financier Jernard} 999,000 for atomic programme ne Sh an 1e nun ai
struck on the pad before he can PANMUNJOM, Jan. 21 a|essions from the U.S. if it traded| Baruch to-day to catch up 0M and disclosed plans to double it|*h#t Egyptian terrorists murder-"
get his bat down and he is sent] Korean armistice talks appeared’) with Red China in strategic war|homework, but he will come outj over the next seven years at an - the re ree old ae York |
back having been hit well in/ to have reached a dead-end today | materials. {on Tuesday for a parade upy estimated overall cost of $5,000,-| PO, pa er A a ane Peas " -
front. ¢ with both sides refusing to budge.¢ Watkins also indicated he will|Broadway to the City Hall 000,000 tried . os vent the * from hurl |
Neville Bonitto, one of the most}Only a major pelicy change by propose’ that the U.S. set a time | Britain’s Prime Minister saic Mr. Truman told Congress that |'"* Eee Lae na Teeny
attractive batsmen in| the team|the United Nations or Communists limit on its trusteeship for|that he would spend the day| jy jg essential that the United | frounds. ore de ut é Br staal
scored an pares 43 ae can end the endurance contest/Okinawa and the surrounding/reading State papers that have] states continue financing joint | te ps ie eee 4
Se en Seer ear ‘en ane save negotiations from final} jsjands so that the natives can one| accumulated and greeting eienes technical assistance programme Eilis A. Johnson. the Us|
much in the vicinity of a flash of collapse. ‘ain. | day determine how they want to Baruch ae Hat a ae Latin America. : ’ Consul General said that he be |
0) 4 =C s > gover Pp wo ’ . atthe e made no specitic reques 0 ¥ restig "1 7 {
the bat for such a valuable bats- Both Sub-committees working be governed.—U.-P. uld be of “no political signifi- H \ I f t for gan investigations last night He}
an Harkiiss hed be-| 0" the truce agreed to meet again cance”. ia| funds for technical co-operation) was joined today by Lamar Mul-|
mat Pecause: i bt Dow gerbe! as. 11 am. Tuesday. But neither Churchill's Broadway parade) with Latin America during the|jjner the US Consul in Cairo.|
ao emi . neither was his held out any hope for agreement.|_. | ° . will take place around 12.30 p.m.| fsea) year but said he later would | @ On page 8 }
heac “Slow But Sur Each side served notice in two U.S. Reject Russian on Tuesday, The Sigs Minister's) cand Congress specific recorn-| - |
eure Sub-Committees today that it will i 10 car cavalcade will be joined in (mendations for an overall mutual | —— !
McLeod, a slow starter, and ; \ihatn’ lewies . , - Lower Manhattan by some 400;/, ; ome : talling |
7 ; :’ not yield on the two main issues ‘ q Re eer epee vet Tee security programme totalling | 1 ie
: ne scored only. #, susie in the | ploticing the armistice—the United Claim On Re turn policemen and firemen, the Air] about $7,900,000,000 including | I rom Kitehen
irst innings took minutes over ; » é a voluntary re- ‘ 4 Force band, and a mounted police Latin America.—-(U.P.)
his first four runs. But he took Nations cemapas sor voluntary Of P ‘1S ers : aye ; \
s ti i i . atria of war prisoners and isoners escort. I
oo a getting spe agente pe = ne oes a = Ni nai siotng - Abiiiar to" To Bed
o 1e bowling and when set was 7 8 WASHINGTON, Jan. 21. Medal of Honour from Maye ra
good to watch, struction. The Unit States is expected; Vincent R. Impelliteri, Churchill] B 1 : ri I nen A us o blev ip |
cas “a st| The United States is expected) Vincent R. Impelliteri, Ch i aos rishernie “teas saab ih uh id
Fie gg Beg ee to reject flatly Russia’s claire | will give his farewell address ad i ¢ Eur I ane an Py ce tine
i T 3 Be ra : ‘ ‘etrafed a {today that she returned all/the nation.—U.P. n Jrenada Ae 8 On| ea : * ~
Adenauer Wants liberately bombed and strafed a] (Oey | Tat) Ae nese war pris= bout 7.30 am. yesterday. §
e lid S properly marked oe truce |oners except war criminals The} (From Our Own Correspondent) = red from many burt
Ko delegation convoy on the Pyong-;<2, , “aes ad : ST. GEORGE'S Jan. 1 Yunnah did not have to
OL xn upport r ‘ State Department had no im-;j 5 Ss *HOKGES Jan ,
: yang-Kaesong road last Friday ‘. a . < ; Reds ur e@mDs 1 bi he fishermen,|far for treatment. The ineids
> mediate comment on the Soviet . ee arbad i r
It conceded that some such Com : . ‘ " > ‘. _ yi, occurred in the kitche it th
’ de if F , 3 laim made in a note handed-to ‘ 4 picked up off the southern tip ¢ ; H ;
we epee hit dur irae aula s ye 40 the American Eambpapy in Mtge in Crowded Streets Grenada lest Sunday after being| General of the t 1 2 .
hit during an Allied air attack’ > ua ay, ’ +, nen’ ¢ > as are being|® member of the staf
> 7 i . cow early Monday. kt sea for five days, are being| : ; !
(By W. GRIGG) miles north of Kaeson.—U.P. The Russian assertion however SAIGON, Jan. 2! eared for here by the Police De In wae a beir at the ki cue
; BONN, Jan. 21. conflicts with estimates of U.S.| Seven bombs, thrown by Com-|partment until they can leave by|/ Dla hed v. occup "4 nate
Chancellor Konrad Adenauer is sources that more than 1,000,000|munists riding bicycles, exploded steamship for home. jta je bed in one of the urd
making an all-out bid for a solid Germans and Japanese taken|j}, broad daylight in erowded Instructions have already been |
See ; ‘ I &
oo ide front in support of our a prisoners in World War II are'gtreets here today, injuring 24 | received here on notifying Barba-|
Mi German rearmament this still in Communist hands, passers-by, and damaging Gov-'!dos of the rescue that their boat W.I. vs VICTORIA
i % > The Russian note was a reply|prnment buildings. be shipped back, |
eine ee chiet a anes From Lorries to one sent by the U.S. January! fight of the wounded were re- The men are Ralph Briggs, | Victoria declared their see-
aniumeaihs © ae ae Social 8, calling on the Kremlin 10| ported to be in a “serious condi-|John Norveille and Delbert Gildi-| ond innings closed at 236 for
lavage Daviy i the west Geren Three men, George Roach,|tell what happened to Red-held tion.” fon. | 7 wickets today, the fourth
Parliament, ? Hugan Roach and James Mac-|W4 prisoners. The U.S. note] six of the timed plastic charges] They were rescued by the and Jast day of the return
So far they have bitterly oppos- |Lean. all of Ashton Hall, St.Jalso asked Russia to send aleyploded almost simultaneous Y-|sloop, Rhoda L, off Point Salines W.L-Victoria match
ed the agreement that Kdeteaa Peter, fell from motor lorry E 60 representative to the meeting The seventh went off some hours|only the worse for exposure and} Victoria had a first innings
is ssotia Ft ‘ along Walls Ro t. Peter, at|today in Geneva the U.N.\jater. The ¢ ighth bomb was ren-/running out of their rations—bad| lead of 60 runs, therefore the
is negotiating with the Western & ad, : : , ‘ e
es f 1 cain meh a ‘“ ; about 3 p.m. yesterday. They{Commission on War Prisoners dered harmless by the police be-| weather having driven them from! West Indies required 297 runs
Allies for Germany. to contribute ; k 3 7 hi ; + tt ; of ¢ i
12 Divisions for Western Europe’s' were taken to the General Hospi- fo eran sata 1€ eS af e fore it had exploded.—U.P. their Barbados fishing grounds. to win the match.
Jefence date 5 s 19) tal. those sti alive id accoun or : S atin om cinerea $$ i aqumashiniatepaeaemeinastatianidiantins mt
talk Teed taceieme oo okthaay'e Hugan Roach was treated for a|those who have died.”
defence contribution will be voted fractured shoulder and detained. Phe viet reply contended) e
by a sweeping majority rather | George Roach and James MacLean that the l . Commission was “
than scrape through a dissension-|Were treated and discharged. Geen because ic nad) pees areen eG ~ 1 OW e ain
ridden Parliament « 6 reated unde; merican pres- -
But all indications are that the Irene Wharton of Cottage, St. Sure i j t i Ci en . sasans tacos hai “ oe i rey x
Social Democrats will refuse to!George fell from a motor lorry Ru ia boycotted the Commi ~-| The Careenage igs again becom- > R. . ( i — ged up ” . Mary M. es from Br : Gui }
play ball with him despite the|slong Batters Road, St. George at |si ” first meeting last July crowded with schooner i} British Guiana while other small- ana, the wdenia W. fre :
Chancellor's appeals for national ;about 2.30 p.m. yesterday. She} —U.P. | motor vessels. For the past v er schooners called a bh Domin- | Vincent, the Everdene from St
unity and a “National” Foreign|was taken to the Hospital in a} jmmore schooners have been pee St. Vincent and St. Lucia. rs ie pe Daer-wood
Policy. Jn that event, the long|serious condition and detained. | > png port than were leaving aE aoa acinl Ming fealseae ee .
and embittered political battle | It is understood that in the first | QUAKE RECORDED D te Abas guns ot | Br - ; cee eos seams Lucia
will have been fought out, before|case the three men were sitting wou ~ . ; ; eels rae wi 4 hans tae aaa Cocoanut ’ UAL, PUMB-
7, . ashi NEW YORK, Jan. 21 the “ ar, ther wer few| them cargo comprising rice, fire-| ;,;, duahnlot : }
the West German Parliament votes |on a load of grass on the platform P ws ade tA lab Carattiaiin necaiike baaiod, heady caltatenal and. trech ins, chalo i
to raise the 12 Divisions of the truck. When the truck| 4 “fairly vere Taeriquant nate % ae ee ie canes Lee vhile th ae he here from | CoPraé firewoor i cha ‘
It will me too that almost|was going around a corner the|cémtred about 4,100 miles fror st of the vessels spent Ohi oa “i area a os 1 ht included oe an
I y no German soldier will grass slid off. They fell off with{|New York in an unknown direc- is in other W. I, island = other ps gs |e , ISN'T these ve r
uniform before the end of ;it. tion w recorded t The hooners Timothy A. H | ©@! . a ae ; i I rd he
Wharton wags a worker on the, Fordt University phs| Vansluytman, Philip H. Davidson, Light craft calling here over the j}are co ne 3 ¢ 7
—U.P. |same lorry from which she fell, jit was reported today, ‘Mary M, Lewis, and Franklyn) week-end were; Frarkiyn D. R.,| Pool, ‘ |
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PAGE TWO



Carib Calling

R. G. H. ADAMS, C.M.G.,
Leader of the House of As-
sembly returned from Jamaica on
Sunday after attending the
annual meeting of the Council of

the University College of the
West Indies, of which he is a
member

Mr. Adams left Barbados on

January 15th.

Back frem B.G.
ACK from a six-day visit to
Britisk Guiana (via Trini-
dad) is Wing Comdr. L. A. Eggles-

field, Director General of Civil
Aviation im this area He re-
turned yesterday morning by
B.W.1A.
First Meeting
R. C: A. GROSSMITH, Ad-
ministrative Secretary of

C.D. and W. left for Trinidad
6a Sunday to aitend the first
meeting of the Governing Body
of the Eastern Caribbean Farm

Institute if the absence, through
illness of Mr. Frampton, C.D. and
W's Agriculture Adviser.

Mr. Grossmith went on board
the Golfite when she called here
last week to meet Mr. A. B. Kil-
lick, C.M.G., formerly Director of
Acriculturé of Uganda, who was
en route t6 Trinidad to join the
staff of the Imperial College of
Tropical Agriculture, as Professor
of Agriculture

Fulbright Agreement

KAViNG for Trinidad yester-

day by B.W.1LA. was Mr
H. A. Pifer, Secretary in London
of the Fulbright Commission, He
arrived here recently from Jamai-

ca, The Fulbright Commission is
an agreement between Britain
and the U.S.A. for the exchange
of research students and other

university workers.

Annual Leave
R, AND MRS. FRED TOPPIN

arrived from Grenada yes-
terday morning by B.W.LA. to
spend two weeks’ holiday here,

f&taying with Mr. Toppin's parents,
Mr. and Mrs. A. R. Toppin of
“Newhaven,” Hastings. Mr. Top-
in who is with Bovell and
keete’s Branch in Grenada is on
annual leave. His wife is the
former Joyce Johnson of Grenada,

Grenada Visit

T PRESENT on a _ holiday

visit in Grenada is Rev. C. W
Forsythe of the Diocese of Anti-
gua. A son of Mrs. Blanche
Forsythe of Victoria, St. Mark's,
Grenada, he has been ministering
in the Virgin Islands since leav-
ing Codrington College, Barbados,
where he studied for the minis-
try.





HEN I read that an indus-
trial firm had received an
order for £10,000,000 worth of
large boilers, 1 pictured the com-
mercial traveller who secured the
order being congratulated by the
head .of the firm, and modestly
attributing his success to a daily
smearing of his hair with Snibbo-
tene, the hair-oil which is the
basis of the cocktails at the——.
But what a lot of rebuffs he must
have received, And what fun it
must have been, after haggling
with people—(“Won't you order
just one little boiler?’’)—to land
this whale of an order
I also picture to myself the
foreman, when handed the order,
shouting through a megaphone:
“Attention everybody. Drop what
you're doing, and start on £10,-
000,000 worth of large boilers.”

In Passing

PLEA for more international
sport, as the best method of
improving international relations,
really boils down to getting the
Russians to play cricket, as I have
often pointed out. By encourag-

ing them to say that Stalin in-
vented cricket, and by awarding
them Test match status, we

might bring about a surge of good
feeling. “A peace based on
games,” said a professional foot -
baller who kicked a referee the
other day, “would have the sup-
port of all right-thinking people.”

The clergyman who is in trou-
ble for leaving his parish to go to
Yugoslavia, where he hoped to
purahase a Montenegrin centre
forward, had the right idea, It
is now up to the British Council
to lecture to the Bulgarians on
last yéar’s county averayjes.

Paciencia, Pulgas

E traffic in stolen fleas
surely cannot be what is
called almost universal, Who

would buy them but the owners
of flea-circuses or their agents?
I read that there was one of these
thefts the other day. One way
to stop this scandal would be to
apply the Association Football
system, and encourage transfers,
with high prices for outstanding
fleas. Patience, fleas; the night
is long, says the Spanish proverb
Don't you believe it
T does not surprise me to
read that an alcohol which is
used for liqueurs is now being
mixed with petrol. It will soon
be possible to stay at home and
drink petrol instead of tearing
about in a car. By the way, a
man rang up a garage the othen

POCKET CARTOON

by OSBERT

LANCASTER



Up and About

Ve ROBERT WATSON of
Monireal who opened the

Canadian Bank of Commerce here

is recovering from an attack of

pleurisy at his home in Montreal
and is now up and about

Maj. and Mrs. Watson spent
last winter visiting their daugh-
ter and son-in-law, Mr. and Mrs,

Lionel
Joseph

Williams of Canbar, St.

A Son

R. CUTHBERT MARSHALL,
4 Max Factor’s representative
in this area arrived from Trini-
dad yesterday morning and ex-
pects to be here until the end of
the month,

Mr. Marshall has just bécome a
proud father, his wife, the: form-
er Jean Galt, presented him with
a son on Thursday January 17th,

Canadians Jubilant

CANADIAN friend tells me

that Canadians visiting Bar-
bados are generally jubilant at
Canadian Funds reaching par
with U.S., and some are of the
opinion that U.S. funds may be at
a slight discount before long

Others take a reserved view of
the advantage aé_ discount on
Canadian funds would give
Canada in the few competitive
export markets available.

The development of Canada’s
natural resources has increased
greatly in the past few years and

ME 4 ves

“My car’s
turned turtle.” “You want an
aqguarium, not a garage,” vouch-
safed the mechanic, with consid-
erable sang-froid.

day, and_ shouted,

N article giving.a list of the
’ terrible humiliations married

women have to endure omitted
the most terrible of all. There
are husbands who refuse to raise
their hats to their wives’ dogs,
when they meet them in the
street.

“He cut Fifi,” you hear women

bay Never mind, poor mis-
understood creature! Buy your-
self one of those abominable
poodles. Comb it, brush it, curl

it, trim it, and enter it for a prize
at a dog-show. If you. get even
an honourable mention, your hus-
band will be so crazed with pride
and remorse that he will buy it
furry boots and a hat of its own.

Partial Apology
HE

in
with

Mrs. Tuckstaff mentioned
this column in connection
Applewhite’s Non-Priority

‘Circling Iron is, of course, not the

Councillor H, T. Sdrewdraft allu-
ded to in Mr, Worley’s offensive
attack on the Derwent Bay Fish-
eries Development Scheme. No
reference was intended either to
“Baby” Neele or Commander Slat-

terne, but any inconvenience
caused to Miss Barker, Miss
“Dolly” Hurst, or Sir Edgar
Searcher is not for one moment

regretted.



ui os
Xupert is thankful to be back in
the open air and he bends down to
pick up his sack of fir cones.
* Phew, I'd no idea that there was
anyone like that in the pine wood,"
he murmurs. ‘What a terrible

person."’ ‘* Don’t call him names,"
4LL 7IGHTS





new sources of oil in Western
Canada are reported weekly.
This oil production has reduced

oil imports substantially and with
the export of raw and finished
products to the U.S. has relieved
the drain on the U.S. dollar

Incidentally the successful
method of indirect taxation in
Canada has attracted wide and
favourable comment in the U.S

as the best method yet devised to

fight inflation and has attracted
large investment and venture
monies into the Canadian com-

monwealth,

Delayed Departure

M* and Mrs. Alfonso B. de
Lima returned to Trinidad
yesterday by B.W.LA. They
were accompanied by two daugh-
ters. They had been here on a
short visit. Mr. and Mrs. de
Lima originally planned leaving
on January 17th, but at the last
moment had to change plans.

Mr. de Lima is Managing Direc-
tor of Trinidad Jewellery and
Loan, Trinidad and he also has a
branch store in Barbados.

Three Weeks

R. AND MRS. T. MALCOLM
MILNE of Trinidad who had
been holidaying there since De-
cember 27th returned to Trinidad
over the weekend by B.W.LA
They were accompanied by
their daughter Claire During
their three week visit they were
staying at Accra Guest House.

C & W Manager, St. Lucia

R. AND MRS. F. S. POTTER

flew in from St. Lucia over
the weekend by B.W.I1.A. on a
short visit. They are staying at
Ventnor Flats, Rockley.

Mr. Potter is Manager of Cable
and Wireless’ Branch in St. Lucia
and at one time used to be sta-
tioned in Barbados,

Returns to Venezuela

ETURNING to Venezuela on
Saturday by B.W.1LA. was
Mrs. Rupert Stone, the former
Phyllis Farmer, daughter of Mr.
and Mrs. Murray Farmer of
Walkes Spring, St. Thomas.
Mrs. Stone had been holidaying

here since late December. Her
husband accompanied her over
but he has already returned to
Venezuela where he is an ac-
countant with Schlumbergers in
Caracas.

Talking Point

.
Oo’ all nature’s gifts to the
human race, what is sweeter
to a man than his children?
—Cicero.

By Beachcomber

Pianist Kicks Jelly

M* ambition, as I have fre-
quently said, has always
been to write news stories to
startling headlines. Today I find
this: Parson Seeks Yugoslav Foot-
baller. At once my pen takes
charge of me and supplies an
elucidation of the mystery, with
the second headline: Mayor Posts
Fish In Money-Box. Then we
come to the kernel of the matter:
Giving the name of Burstaway, a
tall man fell through the roof
of a tomato-store yesterday. “We
pawned his clothes,” said buxom,
fortyish Mrs. Thirstie, “as we
were afraid he would go away
with the tomatoes.” Subsequent
inquiries revealed that the man
had cut his way out with the lid
of a bispuit tin “We are now
back to normal,” commented a
neighbour, Florence Arbroath.

Nothing to do with Me

A porter who was standing
near the engine got a spurt of
oil on his head, amid laughter.

i (News item.)
“POURING oil on troubled

porters is second nature to
me,” volunteered the engine
driver.

My Mistake

I T has been pointed out to me

that it was La Belle Otéro,
and not Cloé de Mérode, who was
humiliated on a famous occasion
by Liane de Pougy.

r

Ogre-—15

little creatures
“You wouldn't know he
was here it you hadn't accidentally

snaps one of the

severely,

found this door. Now hurry. I've
been toid to show you the way
home."" And he leads Rupert
rapidiy away without saying another
word,

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New Calypso
For Hurricane

Relief Fund

LONDON, Jan. 10.

West Indian students at the!
University of London are busy
composing a new calypso, all about
university life.

They intend to sing it on
February 8th at the Carnival Ball
at Senate House, in aid of tne
Jamaica Hurricane Relief Fund —
although the singers will come
from Trinidad.

The project was discussed at the
university last night by Jamaicar
running champion Arthur Wint
who is a medical student and is
helping to organise the ball.

“We are not very good at
calypsos in Jamaica”, he said
“though I expect I could write one
if I tried.”

Another helper, 21-year-olc
Valerie Howard, vice-president o
the University Union, goes to Spain
on Monday as interpreter to a
group of members of the Nationa
Union of Students. She hopes to
get gifts for the ball from Spanis!
universities.

At the Carnival Ball, College
Unions will probably take part in
a Mardi Gras procession, dancers
will be in fancy dress and usually
sedate rooms of the University





building will be re-christened
Jamaica Inn, Caribbean Room,
Kingston Hall and Kummy Re-
treat.



Hollywood Round-Up

HOLLYWOOD, Jan. 21.
It goes without saying that
Hollywood, in the role of succes-
ful salesman, has not .contem-
plated any changes in presenta-
lion or personal appearance trips

as compared with last year's
programme. Actors and actress-
es have again been selected to

address civic student bodies in ‘the
48 states.

Opera forums are again pro-
viding players with the chance
to talk at first hand with ordinary
people and indirectly pay for their
salaries.

The main thing, however, is the
opportunity presented by the
trips to have fans meet celebri-
ties in the flesh. On that alone,
as almost every Hollywood pub-
licist would contend, the entire
project is warranted,

An idea of the scope
area covered by any one “movie-
time” group was obtained by
tour statistics of important Texas
visits headed by John Wayne last
vear. The troupe travelled 2,600
kilometres, made 85 appearances
in 30 cities, signed 348,000 auto-
graphs, gave away 350,000
“movietime” souvenirs, initialed
by the tour organizers as a means
of added publicity.

of the



B.B.C. Radio Programme

TUESDAY, JANUARY &, 19
11 15 a.m. Southern Serer lade Orch
tra, 11.30 a.m. From the Promenade
Concerts, 12 noon The News, 12.10 p.m
News Analysis.
46.—7.15 pm

31.32 M., 48.43 M,.

. 4 p.m. The News, 4.10 p m. The Daily
Service, 4.15 p.m. Marching and Waitz-

‘ng, 4.45 p.m. Piano Playtime, 5 p.m
Take it from Here, 5.45 p m. Elton Have
6 pom Persotal Portrait, 6.15 pm

Welsh Magazine, 6.45 p.m
Up, 7 p.m. The News, 7.10 p m. News
Aralysis, 7.15 p.m. Cricket Report on
4th daur’s Play, W.I v. Vietoria; ar
Rendezvous with Commonwenlth Artist
7.45—10.20 pom. 31.32 M. 48.43 M

Sports Round

7.45 p.m. Lake Titicaca, 8 p.m k-

~ Cabar-t, 8.15 p.m. Radio Ne eel,

20 p.m. Report from Britain, 8.45 p.m
Composer of the Week, 9 p.m. Meet the
Cemmonwealth, 9.30 p.m. Ray’s A Laugh,
10 p.m. The News, 10 10 p.m, From the
Editorials, 10.15 p.m, William Holt Talk-
ing, 10.30 p.m. I like my Job

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Across
1 Late, summoned as roused, (7)
4 Dryad, upset by Rome. turns
up tn Arabia. (Y)
Slip aod take the message. (6)

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ll. Taken from a green orange. (3)
12. Oxford,





not stone, pubii-
trousers. (5)
is for some coursing
2 (8)
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ADVOCATE

TTT Wy eee ee Gs)

Double or

overcali?

These factors decide

\ Jhen a defender elects to
bid over an opponent's
jpening suit call he must

f dear in mind that an overcall
ma suit merely suggests the

bility to win so many tricks
with that suit as trumps.

A take-out double, on the
other hand, is essentially @
means of enlisting the partner's
yco-operation

The range of hands on which
4he double can be used is neces-
sarily a wide one. The upper

imit is a hand just short of
“vame-going values under its own
power. East, for example. opens
One Spade ; South holds :

@8,9AK107,@¢KQ 105;
&®AKIS

A double will allow tie
partnership to get together in

he best trump suit. without
being committed to a game con-
tract if North is very weak.
Stronger hands call for more
positive treatment ; South holds:

@. :9AKI93; @KQI2;
&AKI3
If East vain opens One

Spade, South game-foreing overcall of Two
Spades. the only way of ensuring
that North will not drop the
bidding short of game. An
immediate overcall of Four
Hearts might run into a bad



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trump break, whereas a slam

might be cold in one of the
minors

The lower range of the doubie
can sink to abysmal limits.

depending on the urgency of the
situation. For example, both
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action in this state of emergency.
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constructive than a call of Two
Hearts. Baperences: players
have a psychopathic fear of vul-
nerable Povercalls at the Two
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mention ee Two
Hearts doubled might be a catas-
trophe, but a take-out double of
One Spade is unlikely to come to
serious harm.

It is true that North may be
compelled to bid Two Clubs on
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hand. If he is doubled, a retreat
to Two Hearts is still available
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Josey Hill Road
To Be Repaired

TWO thousand, two hundred
and seventy-eight dollars which
the St. Lucy Vestry had allocated
for widening and reconstructing
Sweet Field Tenantry Road will
be used for repairing Josey Hill
Road, the Vestry decided at a
meeting yesterday.

The Vestry came to this de-
cision after they received a letter
from the Director of Highways and
Transport stating that it had not
been possible to cbtain the neces-
sary land for widening and re-
constructing Sweet Field Tenantry
Road,

The Director suggesce-] that the
money could be used for repairing

the Josey Hill Road. On the
motion of Mr. J. E. T. Brancker,
seconded by Mr. G. G. Harris,

the Vestry decided to reply to the
Director signifying their approval
of the proposal,
Exhibitions

The Vestry awarded one of two
vacant exhibitions at the
Coleridge-Parry School to» George
Griffith, son of Mrs, Mayfield
Griffith of Pie Corner. They de-
ferred the award of the other ex-
hibition pending further informa-
tion,

Pie Corner Road

On the motion of Mr. Brancker
seconded by Mr. Harris, the Vestry
recommended to the Department
of Highways and Transport that

the portion of the road at Pie
Corner extending from the Cove
Water Metre to Mr. Griffith’s

residence should be reconstructed.

The motion was made after the
Vestry received a petition from
Mrs. Alice Austin and 35 other

residents of the area, asking the
Vestry to recommend the im-
mediate reconstruction,
Bad Lighting

A letter was received from the
P.M.Q. Dr. Kirton, complaining of
the bad lighting of his house, Mr,
Cc. H. Yearwood, Junior Guardian,
reported that lighting arrange-
ments had been effected and
there had since been adequate
lighting at the P.M.O’s residence.

Dr. Kirton has sent in his
resignation as a Commissioner of

Health for the parish. On the
motion of Mr. Brancker, the
Vestry instructed the clerk to

write Dr. Kirton requesting him to
re-consider his proposed resigna-
tion, particularly in view of the
fact that the end of the parochial
year was only two months off and
a doctor was an_ extremely
valuable member of such a Board
Diocesan Synod

The following delegates were
appointed to represent the church
and chapels in the Diocesan
Synod:—For the Parish Church,
Messrs. Colin Ward and Mr. F. R.
Campbell; St. Clements, Mr, Ter-
rence Bake St. Swithins, Mr.
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international currency would col-
era lapse beore the end of 1952.
Building C’ttee The task of the conference
Mr. C. De C, Howell and Mr. therefore had been to recom-
G. G. Harris were appointed mend to participating govern-
members of the Building Commit- ments, first, shorter measures to
tee on the motion of Mr. Brancker restore sterling areas reserves to
seconded by Mr. C. H. Yearwood. 4” adequate level which alone
Mr. Howell and Mr. Harriss take COUld re-establish — international
the place of Mr. W. L. Greaves ae in a, and ae
‘ - ondly to prepare long term plans
and Mr. J. R. Alleyne. to Ener production suffictently

a: to put the sterling area into a

tn the Scasl Opiibon Chutets prominent and stable balance

ze e Caureh- ‘with the external world and to

warden Mr, E, L. Ward, J.E +» Cer= induce conditions which would
tain questions by Mr. I. C. Sobers encourage creditor nations main-
were again deferred. ly Canada and the U.S.A. to in-

The Vestry decided to take the
opinion of their solicitors as to the
present status of three of their
Commissioners of Health who lost

vest capital in the area.

The conference fully recognis-
ed that short term measures en-
tailing cuts was neither a perma-



their seats as Vestrymen at the nent nov a desirable solution, But,
last elections. said Mr. Gomes: “A preliminary
Rev. Pestaina, rector of the Step must be to cut our cloth ac-

cording to our means and the ul-
timate solution must be to make
more cloth, And all our resources
must be mobilised to this end.”

Vital Interest

Parish, welcomed the new Vestry-
men Messrs. L. L, Bourne, G. G.
Harris and C. De C. Howell be-
fore the business of the day was
begun,

e He stressed that strength of

Factory's Ashes sterling was of vital interest to

Under the Head General Busi- the West Indies who could not
ness, on the motion of Mr. afford to stand by idly in times
Brancker, the Vestry again decided of danger. Indeed the West In-
to write to the Secretary of Mt dies had special responsibilities
Gay and Fairfield Ltd. in con- because just recently they had

moved into a deficit with the out-
side world. Up to a short time ago
the West Indies were paying
their way overall although they
had long spent more dollars than
they had earned. What enabled
them to do that v the effort of
other regions such as Malaya and
East and West Africa which in
the last few years had earned
more dollars than they had spent.

“In these circumstances, he
said; “it is up to us to do what
we can to put ourselves at least
in balance with the rest of the
world. We have done so in the
past, We can do so again by the
exercise of some restraint which
should not involve grave hard-
ships,”

Mr. Gomes concluded by paying
tribute to Mr. Lyttelton and to
officials concerned in’ the Col-
onial Office who had given every
possible assistance to Cclonial
delegates. He hhad been given full
opportunity to put the case of the
West Indies and both he Mr.
Newton, Financial Secretary of
Jamaica and Mr. McLeod Smith,
Financial and Economic Adviser
of the Windward Islands, to
whom he was grateful, had been
given a welcome which was both
warm and hospitable.

STUDY PERIOD

(From Our Own Correspondent)
ST. GEORGE’S Jan. 17.
Mr. J. Clarke, Superintendent
of Prisons, Dominica, arrived
and the British Northern Islands, here last week-end to spend 2
Messrs. Gardiner Austin and Co. two-week studygperiod of prison
Ltd., told the Advocate yesterday. administration here with Mr.
The Lady Nelson will be leav- E£, C. King, former local Superin-
ing port the same night for British tendent who is on leave prior to
Guiana via St. Vincent, Gren- taking up a similar post in Brit-
ada and Trinidad, ish Honduras.

nection with the ashes nuisance
from Fairfield factory to residents
in the surrounding area and re-
questing that further urgent steps
be taken to abate this nuisance.





Drop In Australia’s
Sugar Crop

NEW YORK.
sugar crop. this
will total some 762,000
against 920,000 tons last
according to Messrs. B. W
& Co., the New York sugar
economists and brokers. An al-
lowance of 596,000 tons for home
consumption would leave only
166,000 tons for export, it was
pointed out.

The crop
increasing

Australia’s
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reduction places an
strain on Britain’s
dollar position, the firm said.
Since the United Kingdom pur-
chases the entire Australian ex-
portable surplus, the reduction
requires replacement with dollar
Sugars or a reduction in U.K.
consumption, the firm pointed
out.—B.U.P.

“Nelson” Due Thursday

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ST. GEORGE, Jan, 10.
Shipping agents here have been
allowed a two-week period
consultation with their overseas
principals following a resumption
of long drawn out negotiations last
Monday with representatives of
longshoremen over demands fo
increased pay and improved work-

ing conditions,

for

The longshoremen, represented
by the Grenada Workers’ Union, at
these talks proposed an alternative
to a previous demand for a 50 per
cent. wage boost, asking 334 per
cent. and an additional cost of
living allowance of a half-cent for
every five points rise in the official
cost of living index,

If conceded this, wages per hour
of longshoremen would be
follows: Foremen $1.49, chief
warehousemen 96c., storers 77¢.,
and truckmen 69c.

Besides this principal demand,
the agents also have to put before
their principals a demand for
double pay for work after mid-
night instead of time and a half as
at present,

The agents, it is undersiood,
have pointed out that the new rates
would be above those obtaining in
Trinidad and it seemed to them
unlikely that their principals
would grant them.

They also feel the same way in
regard to a demand that pay be
retrospective from November 27,
1951, which they intimated at an
earlier meeting.

The agents have guaranteed a
minimum of two hours pay when
men are called out and work is not
immediately available and also
agreeq to pay double time for
work continued during mealtime.

Presiding at the talks is Mr
G. S, DaBreo, Labour Officer

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Cwealth Must
Develop Resources

@ From Page 1

A good deal clearly depends
upon the success of efforts to in-
crease Colonial raw material pro-
duction. Mr, Butler pointed out
tonight that the first and foremost
pf the thHreg requisites of con-
vertibility—now the declared long



term aim of sterling ar policy
is a substantial increase in gold
and dollar reserves.

Colonial raw materials are by

far the Commonwealth’s biggest
dollar earners and they are be-
ing relied upon again to play a
major part in rebuilding reserves
as a necessary first step towards
convertibility

Neither official communique nor
Mr. Butler at his press conference
made any specific reference to the
sterling balances. But they were,
Mr. Butler said, “ever with us’

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programme in history acorn and Wireless (W.1.) Lad. advi
. , nT , 11q_ that they can now communicate with the |
_ Mr. Channing Tobias, the U 5. foliowing ships through their Barbadc
Negro delegate, told the U.N. Coast Station
Economic Committee, meeting in Lady Rodney, Lady Nel
er. that land reform was of °°” ares Savarese, -S eats. ts Sasa
ty vtanon Cinna tt Chilore, Hadrian, § orker, Comay- |
Wanscendant importance sin it », Empire Patria; Castor, Tinda, Hol |
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great majority of the population pr Is, Oslojord, Papar |
were farmers. Nueva Granada, Drago
“0 : : Sa s, Casablanca, Maria Paolina, |
niess that land is held Giulia, Alcoa Runner, Rosario, Athenio
through a system of ownership Gamymedes, Arco, Medvind, Hardri |
which best reflects the needs of Teakwood, Pygmalion, Kaposia, Bayan |
the people,” he declared, “and Mates and S/S. Cavina |
unless that land is cultivated by |
methods best calculated to get S li |
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the entire world will suffer.” |
‘of Pah I ill suffer ARRIVALS—By BW.OLA
Mr. Tobias stressed tat the prom vine
U.S. conception of land reform Marie Guye, Victor Bergmann |
went far beyond the traditional from Trintdad— |
conception of the breaking-up of aks ee a Pondas Fy Hiejre a
ant aha : ahi Henzel obson, . obson, 2}
large estates. It included such Hopson, G Ames, A. O'Neal, C. Kan
equally important aspects as Chin. E. Hunt, H. Engs, A, Wood, C |
means of obtaining credit on Woed, Dr. A. Goldberger, O. Hobsor
reasonable terms to buy land and fyym Grennaa ers Hi Harris
equipment, facilities for market- Annie Huges, Rachael Courtney, Mak- |
ing agricultural commodities at a hou! Yousseff |
fair return, a fair system of farm ei he ay ie
2 ns J :
taxation and opportunities tO por Grenada |
learn improved production tech Keith Atkinson, Madge Bell, Jean
niques, he said, Reece, Geoftre Cutsbertson, Bethel |
Land reform must come largely y ute - oats) Fanigtte Evans, “Ann¢
. . Ware rrisor u K 1
from the ‘efforts of governments for Venesucla—. ’
themselves, he continued, and Monterrat Creus, Phyllis Stone, Isma
must be started at once since Farmer, | ena ge e Tere |
be 7 : ‘ vp 6Curlel, Nely Curie Fernando Cabbera
there was little time to. ponder comen curtirem, Cecil Cabrera, Julie
over the perfection of ideal Cabrera
schemes. He said that tenant For Trintdad
farmers in some parts of the Peter Martin, May Milne, Malcolm |
i rld say up to 70 a1 ant of lilne Claire Milne Millicent Smal!
wor pa I Vv per cent. OF pulalie Byer, George Turpin, Claverot
their crops in rentals and interest+—erervjdge, Warren Bennett, George John
rates range from 50 to 100 per on Po rd Excalante, Michael Elias, |
or . ; » Selina ana Sally Elias, Anthony Lewis, Georgina
cent yearly for loan on seed and Yojiman, Martin Kellman, Clair Shults
equipment —B.U.P. Rita Shultz, Carol Shultz, David Watts. |

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_ panne —+ — Scanning the daily news has getting a divorce. Linda was as WASHINGTON WE have the cheapest Greeting
Tuesday, January 22, 1952 been one of my pastimes ever since By BARNEY MILLAR worried over the sentimental TWO de all th ; in America | \\
v's . I arrived in this amazing city. ister of a little church on a hill to value of some of the goods as men made.a enews ne 7. Cards in town. 1
hoe as on we — nn hang a lantern in the belfry on the = we wou a Aaemne: loss.”"| Churchill and Eisenhower. \
‘ 7 1 ere’s always plently to wade arrival of Mr. Churchill, This Thus the West Indies sharks and : :
Lo¢ A L PL BLIC ITY through. New Yorkers as has been was a relic of a signal in days long hurricanes got a big write up. Churchill for what he will say to Truman ADVOCATE
said before, have their fill of past when the arrival of the Eng- . ; . and the world. Eisenhower for his apparent ‘ 4

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newspapers, and it is interesting
to see the thousands of city work-
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standing up. Each man and wo-

lish was flashed to watchers posted
in certain strategic positions. The
parson did not grant the request,
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man grab a morning paper, the longer, it was said, did Americans Out of the daily comments on the : ‘ COSCO ELL LLL
subscribed and donated by Transportation soe, pepeiar of which soem to be fear the “coming of the English.% ry eat te the ator Henry Lodge said he has entered Eisen-| x
. e ally ews, an the irror. . * ng. OD. = ‘ > < >
companies, merchants, banks and hotels. Their convenient size, in my And Carlsen—well by now the Daily News dealt with “a couple of -wer for the New Hampshire primary elec-| ~
Today $4,635 h far bee tri inn tributed to th “ whole world knows of the heroic M€W expressions, introduced into | ¢j March 11 Dy ys
oday 60 ave so far en contri- opin, contributed to this pop- Rai 1S o heroic . ; a | tions on re > >
bi , iv, et ularity for they can be easily 13-day struggle this Danish born the argot of professional politi- . * ‘ : sax ss Are among our large %
uted by private companies, merchants and | j,anipulated, and manocuvred on American captain made to bring cane” The two new gems were| New Hampshire is traditionally Repub- % S
hotels for the tourist year lst Apri 51 to the crowded train, platform or his stricken ship, the Flying Enter- e “dry run”, am@ the “wet run.”.| | j¢ ¢ a r name is|< %
y P l 8 . bus. They are about the same Prise, to the safety of a British sea- He goes on thus: , ican. And, OY the mate ar «! a ota % stock of Home and y
3lst March 1952. Government contributions | ize as the Evening Advocate, Port. He failed by ?) miles, but . ae gh — Sr ent entered for the primary it automatically goes | » %
over that perio $3 i - with between 40 and 60 es, has written an indelible page in in pelitica bberis wi o to -— ¥ iate > in- .
Pp d are $32,900. In 1933-34 a ial uechde tsuaicabed . oe the glorious history of “those that the candidates we don't know. Lor ward unless you repudiate the ,nomin-|% d ‘ x
total of 6,178 tourists came to Barbados of | brevious day's or night's happen- £0 down to the sea in ships? He But it is doing no good to the| ation in writing. Hardware requirements g
whom 991 stayed at hotels. In the tourist | ings. The readers who want the Baie noe iw os on vilined pera ore See oy So everyone is waiting tensely to see what, %
: sports news first start from the sday, already his name ; : a ya Xx
year which ended on 3lst March 1950 a | pack pages: : m the is a by-word. On television last the globe we»Americans get a] .j anything, Eisenhower is going to do about ¥
pages; those who want ‘io “. , Ms
‘ c : ; © night one well-known figure re- kick out of translating our] |. Snet 4, : : ° *
total of 17,212 people came to Barbados, of | see the pictures first look at page fo eq to Capt, Carlsen’s request peacetime civilian elections inte -epudiation. Tonight’s reports from his head- illustrated 1S 26 auge %
R ‘ cne; and then to the middle or 4 ; a : ‘ . . ‘.
whom 6,085 stayed at hotels. During twenty | «centre fold’ and the financiers '0_W@lk up Broadway thus: “This aa of violent military com-| -uarters and private home in France pie- y
years the Barbados Publicity Committee | and business magnates also know Ke Sadia Sones tse oars Treats {Hes \'settéument: of ured him as silent and lying low. | 2 d St | th %
has grown from a small beginning to its | Sx where,0 look for their drive up Broadway.” He will not George’. Washingion p-ttica in 2 an engths S
present size. At its pierhead and Seawell everyone takes a look at the ee ee a io aie te Wolte House’ Gon- * : P 1 d $I 04 & $i 68 S
bt 2 ther chart to see if it’s fair, M, tj i : , ss 4)
offices, officers of the Publicity Committee | ““ iv , And a columnist in a morning _ tests for seats in Congress are riced at x J 4
daily give visitors to Sactedie first im Tar Eaoetnoe ocean ante een on 4 a. Carlsen s ane “battlae”. peer prim-! Tf he stays in the lists, there will be a fight | $ >
P caidestah ¥* splendic ailure: ‘“There’s no aries have me “skirmishes”. : . ced x
pressions of courtesy and helpfulness. In a Aon i ake a shame, in losing 0 the Atlantic Medes fitde cae Doaks, who} ,etween. him and Senator Robert Taft, of |} % C S PITCHER & CO %
r i ; " when it is not pacific.” wants his frien t ect hi . ‘ ?
wen but important matters such as the ie ee rere a. I rather like this one. alderman or dog catcher, shwase Ohio, to see which of them the New Hamp- % o we . >
s S ~ “7 ‘ 2 , a J Pi 5 * “ru is” fo th 2 b oO bs : 4 2 :
sale of stamps 01 safeguarding of tourists the cir dans of ter Cate Cade te tas oenann Gaia oe ee io Aa vend ots shire voters would like to see nominated to Ph 4472 x
property or in official entertainment of vis- ° ¢ . much reference to Linda Darnell, land or Canada, are content to| -hallenge Truman for President in Novem- ° x
iting journalists or photographers the And I find that the news lives the American actress who came “stand”. The present “dry run”,| ber . ys
7 : 5 up to the general conception of down to Jamaica to help in the and “wet run” are normal poli-| | ° P ’ Fi $,.5565655660S st tat ata ta ts te tat tatatetuietstneteteinteiee
officers of the Committee give more than | American journalism—the most drive for hurricane relief Funds. tical thefts for military nomen-| It would be a big test of Eisenhower's |‘ Peo eoVO Se GSO O99 GOOG OG GIG SOE I OSS SSIS ISSGDI NV
good. value for the sum of less than $5,000 | Sensational, story, is front, page Well soon after ner return to New lature wolitical strength in a typical Republican
that is spent on the local offices and staff. | no matter what it is, it hits the ransacked by thieves who made All of, this makes quite nice] State.
By far the greater part of the Commit- headlines. One example suffices. off with a lovely haul of jewels reading especially the term “peace-



























tee’s revenue is spent on advertising Bar-
bados outside: seventy six per cent as com-
pared with 24 per cent on operation ex-
penses. Major advertising expenses are in-

curred in the United States ($8,964.06), | addresses. Miss Bankhead as last summer during sue filming pes agp ag nes serpy onmanennes dak bekish ‘tes aumeiiiaka’ tl se bk hk ;
. : i — 3 sa ¢ * ? per . -
Canada ($5,742.04), the United Kingdom every movie goer knows, wus of “Saturday, Islami down e want shout the Jamaica elections? nstant Sansabien sniitibdc iat daanelaniaiaireat

($3,859.28) while $9,600 is spent on book-
lets and literature printed outside Bar-
bados.

The rapid expansion of tourism in the
last twenty years is a tribute to the Publi-
city Committee and at the same time serves
as a reminder of the increasing volume of
work that is thrown upon the Committee.
The time seems ripe to analyse what has
been achieved and to enquire what the
Publicity Committee should become after
two decades of successful operation.

Hitherto, the Committee has laid em-

Tallulah Bankhead’s maid a Mrs,
Cronin was charged for larceny,
in connection with some cheques
which she altered. The money in-
volved was in four figures, and
the lawyers on either side quoted
poetry when they gave their final

once a leading light in the world
of entertainment and this fact
hoisted the case to big headlines
every morning. What she wore
yesterday, her entrances and ex-
its were top news items while
the Korean War was still unde-
cided. But this is America which
sets its own fashions in its own
way.
” ¢ ‘

Last week there was nothing to
complain of in any way. Prime
Minister Winston Chuchill first,
and Capt. Kurt Carlsen shared
the spotlight between them. The
77-year-old British warrior-poli-
ticlan came, and by television I
saw and heard him greet the Presi-

and furs valued at $12,500, Here's
how the story appeared in one
paper:

The sultry-eyed movie beauty,
who calmly b* lizards,
spiders, sharks ¢ hurricane

Jamaica, B.W.1., ¥ 8 definitely

put out when she discovered

some of her prettiest baubles
were missing.

Linda, who been ill moved into
the Warwick on November 30, but
accepted an invitation to go to the
country with some friends. The
story goes on:

“The actress took her most
valuable jewellery and some
other possessions out of town
with her, but left the bulk of her
baggage in the hotel, . . . Her
maid visited the apartment on
Friday, Jany 3, and found Miss
Darnell's jewel box open and a
$3,000 silver-blue mink stole
missing from a closet rack. Be-

time civilian elections.” I have
heard of gems being used in some
elections somewhere in South
America. I wonder if these elec-
tions come under that head. In>
other elections people die, some
from exhaustion, heart failure and

Are these of the “sedate cousins”
class?,

But this apart the comments re-
call some notes I read or wrote
not long ago about this “beme
elected business.” It was referred
to as “Political Acrobatics", and
pointed out how a candidate hac
to “stand” before he could “run’
for a seat in the House. If he
“stood” it meant that he was
“running”, and he had to do both
at the same time. If he “ran”, and
“won”, he sot a “seat” which he
would “hold” for a certain time
even when he was “standing” on
the floor of the House. In fact
certain members attributed their
success to the fact that they could

elf-assurance in Washington, revealed that
ie general “personally assured me” that he
: a Republican (his political affiliations have
»2en in doubt till now) and that “I don’t ex-

ory.”

og “Pickwickian.” One reporter, trying to do
vstice to The Hat, said it was a remarkable, |

nd hospitable as only Americans can. Thus,
ie

‘here he held his New York Press confer-
‘nee, an army private tiptoed in and removed

And Senator Lodge, speaking with great |

CHURCHILL
THEY described him, affectionately as look-

wn-off stove-pipe job.” |
They bent over backwards to be as tactful

minutes before he entered the room

Revolutionary War picture from the wall

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dent of the United States in the 1 case it gave offence.

same old cocksure fashion which
has characterized him all his life.
There was some doubt about the
warmth of his reception before he
arrived but “Winnie” himself ra-
diates such warmth, that hearts
overflowed, and he was greeted

tween 20 and 30 pieces of jewel-
lery valued at about $9,500 had
been taken, along with the mink
stole, Linda told the cops.
Among these were a gold key
pin with her name installed in
rubies valued at $800; initialled
pendant earrings $300; a dia-

with “International ’’ Paints. If you require
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“take the floor’ on almost any
question, and “hold it” for hours
if needs be. More than one chap;
has boasted that he had “carried
the House,” and while talking to
me was sure he “had it with him”
He promised to show me after the

phasis on advertising outside Barbados and
76% of its revenue has been so spent.

The Committee can point to the figures
whieh show how the tourist industry has

“The President,” said the New York Times,
treeted the Prime Minister with all the sin-
‘rity and warmth of an admiring friend.”
fe did, too.

for your job.

Registered

progressed from 991 guests in hotels in
1933—34 to 6,085 in 1949—-50. These figures
seem to reflect the success achieved by such
advertising and even suggest that increased
advertising might continue to bring more
and more people to the island. Such might
prove to be the case, But there are other
matters deserving the attention of the




ing visitors to the island have also written

with acclaim wherever he went,
There is a little story worth tell-
ing. It appeared in more than one
newspaper. It was to the effect
that a Senator had asked the Min-



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‘xed were when Truman tucked a hand under
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‘aiting “mikes”, and again when he sud-
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Duternational Strints Caports Sil

Committee. West Indian Federation (3) ao is the money to come Gangsterism? *
Publicity would appear to be needed also To The Editor, The Advocate— (4) In addition to furnishing To The Editor, The Advocate— | ; t

in Barbados. Alre a tariat of th SIR,—1 gather that His kxcel- the actual cost, we will be SIR,—It seems to be obviou Outside Blair House the crowds shouted | === HS

7 aaa eee ane 2 r lency the Governor has asked tne called upon to supply the that while Barbados has cases ¢ Yea, Winnie!” A Washington department }
Committee is asked to deal with matters members of both the Legislative Federal Council with funds murder—stabbings and fighting tone tibdle Shea eatin Bakke f }
that do not come within the scope of the | Council and the House of As- to maintain such Colonies nearly everyday as one can reac e ApS NE PASS Se Sewer

4 Z ey r sembly for their views on the who find it impossible to in your newspapers, the need t./ yaper for a huge wartime photo of him—-We |? PRODUCE OF SPAIN
Committee as constituted but which in- | proposed Federation of ‘he West pay their way. stop the cinemas from showine) |.5, the milli fA j h j
dicate the need for another organisation Indian Islands. (5) What is going *o be our one wild western film after an-| eee. 9 aaaey sk, Srna ares} Buy
Wie Pornenittse has been reeeivin: . Now Mr. Editor, I have reed financial position when we ren ae May at his extraordinary man, typifying the spirit ¢

nm receiving com- the Federation Report and get a.few dry years, which rough types of entertain . Cer- ve Fu 99

plaints from tourist agencies outside Bar- | cannot for the life of m# see what it is most reasonable to tain classes of the population f the great British Empire. ' ae i ROYA
Secheeen-th, ; is to be gained at the present expect? The only prop have childish minds and appear Said the irrepressible taxi-driver: “He's a | (jj
ados that certain hotels are reluctant to | jime py the adoption of Federa- available to Barbados is to ecusiahe wo ee mart old duck, all right.” (And “smart” in } 4 4 A

i issi , - ion. It i stimated that the her sugar industry. screen, in rea * . 3 ; , D
pay their ten per cent commissions. Intend cae hd this hobby ‘will be "2 180,- en BeAr "Sones dehy. fighting films must set a very bad] American means shrewd.) H

‘ 000, or $878,400.00, 1 consider ( A

to the Committee complaining that some | this estimate very much on the iow _—— tener CRACK it “hay
hotels are slow to answer requests for book- ay cond i A hoe on mt lua Hawkers In Bridgetown : e oe Very Fine Sherry
ings. In Barbados itself there are daily I have also read the Report on Dog Menace IT IS NOT all honey, though. Two Mid- .

complaints from sea travellers that they
are kept waiting at the Baggage Warehouse

for long periods before their baggage | duce free intertrading between give ‘em an old horse and they sible party, the increasing inci- sublicans, say: “Churchill, as a realist, should | }\' ee Roval HRcHEE rans

reaches shioce. There are also criticisms of | ¢_W:!, Colonies. I am of the wilt ride him to hell.’ That's the dents occurring from this doz) know that various United Nations countries, Queen Isabella IT granted to DECREE
ag A opinion that such a Union should case with some of the hawkers menace to pedestrians on the] : \ St seton oC SHERRY

amenities at Seawell, Imstead of contribut- | be brought into being and Den in Bridgetown today. The yaoe highway. neluding his own, have not co-operated fully \ yl ae ap 0. fe use CREEK

‘ : . erly tried out to ascertain how pedestrian just cannot go aroun I have again been attacked on] in the Korean war.” A of the Royal Arms of Spain. alba at

ing $6,000 US. towards a regional tourist vould sfect the smaller Islands & naeaar without. foarot GaviN@ the ‘public’ higewey "by a on \ rk.

organisation with a heavily who try to pay their way princi- oe

budget
weighted with staff overheads, the Public-
ity Committee of Barbados might profit-
ably consider either expansion of their own
services or the formation of a Good Offices
Committee to promote greater co-operation
between steamship agents, steamship em-
ployees and hotel proprietors in Barbados.

Advertising pays, but like charity it
ought to begin at home. And it is quite
obvious to anyone who has the leisure or
inclination to study the tourist industry
from within that the greatest handicaps to
that industry lie here in Barbados.

Until those handicaps have been removed
it seems bad economy to concentrate too
much on advertising tourism to visitors.











the establishment of a Customs
Union in the British Caribbean
Area, Such a Union would intro-

pally with funds received from
Customs Revenue before giving
any vonsideration to West Indian
Federatior.

As fer as Federation is con-
cerned 1 understand that both
Jamaica and Trinidad have agreed
in principle to the idea.

Jamaica. As far as this Colony
is concerned, when Mr, Busta-
mante visited Barbados recently
he was reported to have said that
since the Pioneer Industries Bill
had been passed in Jamaica they
had developed a large number of
new industries. This Colony
therefore would be looking for
new markets to ship their manu-
factured products to. A Customs
Union followed by Federation
would enable Jamaica to obtain
an outlet for the sale of these
goods in Barbados and the Wind-

To The Editor, The Advocate—
SIR,—There is a saying ‘give

them an inch and they will take

an ell (whatever that means),

his pants torn off with gigantic
baskets, wheel-barrows and now
I see that women are selling wood
and coals along the street. Now
that’s the limit. Imagine having
ito try to tell your wife that you
got soot or that black mark on
your clothes when you were doing
your shopping in town. We know
very well that there is no market,
But I remember seeing a notice
which said that they were to go
or that they had_ actually
gone to Temple Yard, Anyhow, I
know that they haven't up to the
time of writing this 1 Tr. But
sir, do you agree with me that

the sooner they go the better.

Thanking you Sir for space,

I am yours respectfully,

DISGUSTED,
Thanks To God

To The Editor, The Advocate—

example to minds such as these.

To The Editor, The Advocate—
SIR-—Kindly allow me to draw
to the attention of some respon-

stray dogs, and for me it has long
past the stage of a joke, where I
am concerned, Is there no society
or institution to see after this dis-
graceful situation?

FED UP.

18th Jany, 1952.
Electric Current

To The Editor, The Advocate—

SIR,—As a frustrated and dis-
contented applicant for electric
current, I was deeply interested
in the Hon. H. A. Cuke’s defense
of the Electric Supply Corp. and
his suggestion that the Chamber
of Commerce consider the ques-
tion of asking the Electric Com-
pany to connect everybody even
if it meant load shedding.

The Company however, in
their excuse to the Vestry for
only supplying twelve lights,
never mentioned any shortage of

West senators, Henry Dworshak, of Idaho,
and Bourke Hickenlooper, of Iowa, both Re-

year-old grandmother named Mrs. Maybelle
Kennedy from Pawhuska, Oklahoma, who
gets sworn in tomorrow as Assistant Treas- |
iver of the United States. She thus becomes |
the nation’s No. 2. “T-woman.” No. 1 is her
lifelong friend, Georgia Clark, who is Treas-
urer.

in his paper about that gallant sea captain,
he nipped right over to register the title “The |

Flying Enterprise.” And burly Burt Lancas-
ter will play the lonesome Carlsen.

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dos. The public must become tourist minded | cerned such dumping would great mercy to the people of Bar- wy wae made by those GOVERNOR HERMAN TALMADGE, of $ ick ee %
and that might prove to be the next | greatly reduce our Customs Rev~ hados, by sending his rain upoa j,, Sanaerat o73 shart ae ennats Nk Hah bh ; eS Te %
actitevement the Publicity Committee will | *aUe{ which would Bave’ to. BS us, It Ras Showa itvelf. in MaMy special excuse tot yas. given fox Ge, well-known for his extreme Views ® CUSTARD POWDERA ¥%
‘: ; a y regreeee oy, oe ae various forms and oF all of US their wilful refusal te Rnetal aa on race questions, complains that some ol 3 oz. & 16 o2. s

C rn as no n O« : :
ave to its credit. oak e ie ti eset ak Sate ors ed aes ‘iceerke —_ rent to us middle class applicants, America’s most popular TV shows are openly | % ALL ae a z
Trinidad. This colony to a others who make their living bY our de te lest we be wie.| Louting the South's segregation laws. He does iso g
somewhat lesser extent is in the the crops, but all of us depend ¢imised not mind when N oO in thei ts | KRAFT CHEESE x
Inte t same favourable position. and benefit by the land. en EAPETOSS BPPOOT 1 SG AS ANCHOVIES x
nm res It has been said that the a: There is not a single thing that So serious is this shortage that] Alone, but objects violently when “Negro men | §& SARDINES 3
- tablishment of Federation would man can touch which is not the Company has removed the] gre s ‘ ; ; ; i PILCHARDS %
MRS. JOHN GILLINGHAM, of Oshkosh, enable the West Indies to ap- taken from the earth, God still meter and discontinued service PET eae es dancing ensembles in close juxta SALMON $

Wisconsin, lost her purse during a New| proach the Colonial Office from @ manifests his miraculous power from a sick lady who had to use| position to white females. ASPARAGUS %
Year’s E ball. Sh ted that it united front. Now Mr. Editor, to-day as in the days of yore. an electrical appliance, this in; |Q CARROTS x
; tr gh : FA iy ef i soul how often does this become ae He does not ask of us ue ise satgthed a eas at phe her re Cracks back Arthur Godfrey, producer of | MUSHROOMS $
ain ollars. ow the purse has been| sary? When such an occasion be changed into wine, but after ye ey gran e same meter; a 6 2 ‘
osted back to her from a nearby town. Oddl arises as in the case of the Sugar a long process, His. water is and power to sand her floors. one of the shows attacked: “Has the Governor SALAMI $
P f : y = y Question which has just been set- changed into various gifts; cer- From the number of bungalows} heard that Negro boys are fighting for us in | Dicer ee a ou ee : s
enough, it now contains 1,018 dollars. tled a Commission Was sent from tainly, we are as much surprised Which within the last year had K 9” . OF Course these %

the Colonies to London to argue as at the wedding feast, This current installed, T feel that a orea. 1% s
our case, which served its pur- year all Barbadians should more list should be published cover- TV TROUBLE—2 is o ewell scithd Ss
Age | pose and can be adopted on than thank God for the blessings /}8 soe ae the ite Suen is 9 EK Babi
: ne . i S' “ e censes 7 § y : : | - *
future Ocala naion are Sic eae weemE, fom Ue ARE Cvernment Bictrien! inspector | MRS. MARGARET WHALEY, city libra-/8 J & R ENRICHED ee as
nen our ve Ss 3 als i ae ; ais 1-6 3 : | 5
SHOULD a policeman’s lot be ended at 63 neni devil this rtatbee I suggest past, No serious disasters have o ee ae “Invite "bees rian at Elizabeth, New Jersey, complains that 18 BREAD AYLMER’S STRAINED ~
; ‘ efalle s rec Z r- OF 8 chose . : ’ : ‘ ~ ie »
whether he likes it or not? Two hundred and} that they keep in mind the fol- ad thea kd mat ee bade Hain tAVOUTGE. the library’s reading rooms are being badly |} FOCOS *
wing = _ - sat > : .
forty policemen, faced with compulsory fe) Oya) What are we to gain by ever the more for His mercy and Yours faithfully, strained for space. Reasons: Users of techni- | } Y 10 ° %
; PS F | ] <
tirement under a new law, appeal in New this hobby? Goodness. K E. PIERSON ARCHER. |cal books say they can no longer concentrate | & PHONE GODDARD'S ne We Deliv er s
\ (2) What will be the cost to B.K. 6th Avenue, . ‘

York.

the taxpayer?

18th Jany. 1952,

Belleville.

at home because TV is tuned in non-stop.

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Civic Circle Wants
‘Lo Plant Hedge At














a) fenies Disr =
Heo gh tS ispensary

The St. James Branch of the
Civic Circle of Barbados "has
asked the Vestry of St. James for
$100 to cover the cost of prepar-
ing ana planting a hedge around
the St. James Dispensary in order
that 1¢ appearance of the site
may be enhanced

The Vesiry however decided to
reply informing the Committee
of the Civic Circle the mat-
ter would be considered in
March when they were dealing
with the estimates, and _ setting
out that the Vesiry could no*%
permit a “outsider” to spend
an ite-pavyers money
“except under the direct super-
vision of the Churchwarden.”

The Committ d the Church-
warden met earlie id discussed
the matter, and resulting out of
the discussion, the Secretary of

the Committee wrote to the Ves-

try asking for the amount of $100.

Members pointed out that the
Dispenser and his wife used to
keep a beautiful garden on the
site, but since the Civie Circle
tock over and began to prepare
the ground, the garden had been
neglected in preference to the
hedge, and as a result the site

had now lost much of its former
beauty.

Mr. S. A, Walcott suggested
that the Vestry should inform the

Committee of the true position
regarding the spending of the
rate-payers’ money, and point

out that the matter could not be
considered before March,

He said he was not opposed to
the Vestry setting aside the
money to be spent under the

direct supervision of the Church-
warden, but he would not agree
to any “outsider” spending a
cent of the rate-payers’ money.
This suggestion was accepted
by the Vestry and the Clerk was
instructed to reply accordingly.

ST. JAMES VESTRY
APPOINTMENTS

S. H. Massiah was yester-
appointed to the Board of
Guardians of the St. James Ves-
ary, and Mr. J, C. Crick to the
Board of Sanitary Commissioners.
They fill vacancies arising out of
the resignation of Mr. R. §. Ban-

Mr.
day







croft and D. E. Webster at
the last el ion

My Fitz Willoughby Walcott
avas appointed to take the place
of Mr. Kellman to represent the
Vestry on the Synod with the old
member Mr Mandeville. Mr
Kellman has left the island, Mr.
Gordon Moore was appointed as
a representative on the Church



Committee of the St. John Bap-
tist Church, and Mr. J. C. Crick
at St. Selah



“Colombie” Calls After

Caribbean Cruise
French passenger ship
Colombie returned to Barbados
yesterday afternoon after making
a Caribbean cruise to Trinidad, La
Guaira Curacao, Cartagena and
Jamaica. ;

The Colombie spent about six
hours in port before sailing for
Southampton via Dominica and
Martinique Seventeen passengers
boarded her here for these ports.

Messrs. R. M. Jones & Co. Ltd.,
are the ship's local agents.

The

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St. James Vestry Wants
¢1.000 For New Church Roof

THE VESTRY OF ST. JAMES is to send :
to the Legislature for permission to raise a loan n
£1,000 for the purpose of constructing a new

ing
the Parish Church.

Shortly before the last House “died”
mittee went into the matter, and af
estimate for £900 by Mr. Denny,
petitioned the legislature for
The petition was placed before th

Bill introduced, but was not

prorogation of the legislature

When Mr. Jordan, the Church-
warden raised the matter under
“matters arising out of the min-
utes,” he pointed out the position
to the Vestry, and said tnat the
whole matter would have to be
gone into again before they could
approach the legislature for per-
mission to raise the loan.

Mr. Wilkinson said that the
question was what they should do
now that the Local Government
Bill was going to be dealt with,
and the Chairman pointed out that
the time factor was the important
question, a

Mr. S. A. Walcott was worried
as to whether the proposed change
over in the system of Local Gov-

ernment Administration would
not affect the raising of a loan
as was the case with St. Lucy

who tried unsuccessfully to raise
e loan due to the Maude bill.

Vestry Debts
The question was also raised as
to whether the House of Assem-
bly would allow the petition to go
through in view of the fact that
in the event of the change coming
about, debts incurred by .the Ves-

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hip Me. S. H. Nurse, Police 7
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Mi Nurse ordered Agath = ;
Girke if Hageatt Hall
Michael, to pay a_ fine of 25
nd 3/- costs in seven days or
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c€ ith a 1 ] on her If not saved but seeking
Eric A 25'- and! @ Salvation, please write for
f aidi ind abet-1 & 4% ¢
A: atl Gilkes in wounding $ FREE HOOK .
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I committed on s
) 7 1951. Counsel “ g GOD'S WAY OF :
M J. S.“B, Dear xs ‘
aefendants | . 7
Ivy Drakes told th Court) R SALVATION %
that on October 7 about 3.15 %
he left he home at iz PLAIN %
moveland, St. James, and/® S. Roberts, Gospel ¥
e on the road she saw Eric | § Book & Tract Service, 30 \
and Agatha Gilkes. While} Central Ave., Bangor, NI. }
listance from them ne Seceesesnoace 6666666". |
{ tell Gilkes to init | PPS SLO Me
( When Gilkes had got quite }) nea
close to her she hit her on_ the 1th
ead with a bottle and as aj)
csult her head was cut This|f NEW ARRIVALS
tio broke
Tren Stake Used FOR THE ‘
NURSE IDAILA FERGUSSON (left) has 5 i i 's V
S passed the first part of her cours c ‘ a scmy Cyrus of é ge | db
7 part of the course in June this year. 3 4 Se ate ee ee James, s tid th it ieee NEW YEAR
urse Fergusson was formerly employed at the Children’s Goodwill League ar “ , ’ aud é s sa {
’ § and Bab reche . 0 hit rake: > }
— ye ae ae island for England with a batch of other Sactetian girls ro, Seen APP FRR ot on. her aan x aban
n a letter . ‘ sai ; j r sta : rani —
sata x to Mr, John Beckles, she said that she is enjoying her stay in England and everyone is kind or the defence said that she AT ti
: wa sitting ir he other’ }
She is undergoing practical training at St. Marga ret’s Hospital, Stratton, England hove - wiahes die dovee ieee ares WEATI 90 Wl
sé } akes §
: , - wi an iron stake in her hana IERHEAD \ bn}
i “ I 4 \
St. Joseph Round-Up aw ‘ As Gilkes approached, Drake:
- hit her with the iron stake }
Wohi Chairman Welcomes (°° .°s0° 9 |
Fishin ‘ the road .and after ‘a struggle! di sf)
7 S Boats Drake fell ha the \ Sitpnaele t Nail Nippers } }
> m the ation s Paper Knives in Case 4 NY
oe St tle on the road. ; . ) )
Be Repaired e ames es ry In his address Mr Dear said Sk Bick oe } ))
. a . th 7” ’ go fire ‘ 0 rushe: )
TEN FISHING BOATS ore to ot : aig ey Weer, Soung Utes, So: SROl bn gage Pads (J. & J) »
be repaired at “Bathsheba ‘befor BEFORE the business of*the St. James Vestry was be- was. charmed. Ss — ao Musterole ! i
they r¢turn to "fishing this season, yvun yesterday, the Rev. Canc ; *hairm: f tting Gill TOA Telco Jock Straps \
SEitermnaay saleerpetiedae Gee yee tet Can mn SDDS Chairman of the abetting | Gill in wouridin Baltadonna Praatacs iM
fie repre Gaeta Mee: usual aS ; Ico nbers o ne new Vestry, and after akes. He st {ted that there Baby Cream and Lotion N) ¢
minoy repairs. which are carried extending a special welcome to the new members, paid “** ap oe Gee evidence” ta Essence of Chicken i
out annually, before they are re- _ t/butte tc the work done on the Vestry by Mr. R. S. Bancroft ma abetting fhe tn e hone} ), Bssence of Beef ;
painted, and Mr. D. B Webster who resi . . ste sign > > ve “ould § , pe as yal
Tabre ere’ ota ko Gah at the . : gned at the end of the year. cs uld support was inciting’ and]})) Butterscotch in Pks. and Tins
beach, but only about a dozen fhe Cha:rman after reading the the complaint would have to be Anusol Suppositories !
‘of them have started on this "®-Urns of the Presiding Oificer 9, made out in a different way Nostroline |
fishing season. the last election, said i. was ale-pa fers” No “vi Sleeinal teem bee ;
WEATHER CONDITIONS du- privilege to welcome once 2 0 winence eee cee ae \ |
ring the past week were favoura- n the memters who were on ere ’ no : ence ) ARR ep pH Geen
ble to fishermen who left Bath- e last Vestry. He did not know ssessments } artic ip Py Qin: a ' Brewer's Yeast Tablets \
een, : , ; * arwad: tia : i pation on the part o Clarke's Blood Mixture }
eba and returned with fish ger iney ruld be . Adams '
dnites 1s a Vestry, but at any e 4 vi - ‘ Gly. & Black Currant Pastiles ;
> é t at an) ere was o evidence at a ra »
The largest amount of fish re- were there agein to do uestioned Adams h iba ‘Gil! o aie sone con Rusks
turned to Bathsheba wa I for the parish durir br wl she ‘ ille af yi :
brought in.on Friday and Satur- the present year. : : ia ei road ae ked $0, —— '
day last respectively. There was as : In view of alleged ‘dissatista iso ¥ , evidenios that } a Ad te Therm Tl k i) if
some difficulty in getting the fish Tine Chairman extended a spe- tion existing among rate-paye: intended to tal = or ; ean? Aga af icig 1)
sold on Friday, but there were ©:2! welcome to the new members, in St. James regarding the method fight : en ie ve aa Tablet i} }
brisk sales on Saturday Mr. W. H. Walcott who was sit~ of assessment, Mr. A. G. Johnson — In re pect of the > | zt Analgesic Sele )
The price of flying fish was six °“4 member of the Vestry gave notice of a motion at ye t Gilkes Mi D eae 2) Castor Oil Capsules {
cents each on the beach and [or the fit time, and Mr. Searles terday’s meetine of the St. J : ted that hes ase a ce Cod Liver Oil Capsules } (i
eight cents on the streets. ho, although occupying a place Vestry asking that the Vestry satistact« - S pepe Sun Goggles (all kinds) i) | ¢
AFTER A FEW WEEKS’ cess:- ' hat tody on previous occa- enquire of their Assessor on what Beton confirming the decision Spot Dice \
tion, work was resumed on ‘lone, was n ta member for some method or principle rate-payers of Mr. Nurse, Their Honours Arrid Deodorant i}
Chimborazo Road, St, Joseph »©#! Mr, Walcott, the Chairman are assessed, with a view to end it as not necessary to Pertussin (for coughs) y
yesterday. This road wag damaged 1c, Wa following in the line of ing such dissatisfaction, show that Adams handed Gilkes White Rose Lotion i
on three occasions durins las nguished vestrymen, and Mr. Johnson also gave notice the bottle and to incite a per aah “Souvenir” Playing Cards i
year by heavy rains. Workmen they were all hoping that his of four other motions to ke con- may not be even on the pot Deschions Syrup 1}
are taking in some of Castle Grant CoMtribuiion to the Vestry would gidered at the next meeting of Drakes said that she saw Adam Dr. Wernot’s Powder Hy
ground to add to the road and be worthy of his succession, the Vestry. They were with Gilkes and heard hira ee ee } |
will build a trench on part of the . : “ ; tell her (Gilkes) to interfere
present road opposite Castle Grant. Broken Service ae Pe ht ae Aor, on With her. ee | ,
THE RAINBOW HOTEL at Mr. Searles’ broken service was has ‘an ie code eae Their Honours in. ending said if} v
Gathaneba Geax to nies < i r a as as decided to erect bathing |); fter Recta : ), WEA y " {
: move o anew not due to the fact that he had cubicles at Weston St. J § Sha tite ae rey towne. tae evs RUCE WEATHERUE i)
site 400 yards east of the old site. not tried, and his recent success will the chen tttes oie * dence they had no doubt that 4 4 / uP ) }
It is now overlooking the sea. The at the polls was an indication of decision and try to hi i ' a ye woman | did. weand, Drake LTD iit
previous site is now part of the his willingness to serve, and of ing field which would } ree vith the bottle and they sawy il . |)
Bathsheba playing field his consciousness of the : i re commus treason why they should dis i
y . als s sness e contri- beneficial to the e : - | , ' 3 F 1)
bution which he had to make to nity 34 oy oe ae eecatad urb the decision made by tha| { De ee )}
the welfare of the parish. children to enjoy themselv Epiog -Magarae Ns MY
Mr. J. H. Wilkinson who was and adults to have recreation?” | }
returned Senior member at the 2. “As the cost of living has) | a
last elec.ion for the first time gone up, will the Vestry revise | |
replied on behalf of the other the grave digger'’s salary, cond
ves rymen. He thanked the Chair- pay $5.00 for the digging of 66 ry 9 9
1 new Petition og for his we and gave graves and $3.00 for re | an ud
nae e assurance that they would opening?”
>ed- 3 ling
ot exceed- continue to do their best for the ;
roof for parish, 3. “In order to raise the sani-;
H lid ‘ oe tary conditions in the parish,
6490 > did no >xpec > > 4 ri s Sis a .
the Building Com- the “Vestry iat be vale” ne in oe ic ae ecealtectel
s Dee rhe 2 ; ers provide a Refuse Collector
ter having been giver an view of the fact that the Local for use along the St. Jami |
a contractor, the Vestry Government Bill would soon be coast at least three times per!

permission to raise a loan.
e House of Assembly and a
gone through with, due to the
try might have to be taken over
by the Central Government.

Mr. Jordan and Mr, Searles sug-
gested that the matter should be
deferred until March by which
time they should know the out-

come of the Local Government
Bill, and concentrate on the
Nurses’ Quarters.

4ne Chairman , reminded the
two members that the matter of
constructing a new roor tor the

Church was not alternative to any
other matters which should be
taken by themselves, and added
that delay might lead to Mie
ruin of the Altar. A new rool
was wanted, he said, and he
therefore thought that the peti-
tion should be sent to the House,
entertained,

and if it was not
then no blame could be attached
to the Vestry.

When members suggested that
the proposed construction would

cost more than was estimated six

months ago, the Chairman as-
sured them that if they were
able to raise the £1,000 by way

of a loan, he would undertake to
raise the remainder.

The Vestry decided to send the
new Petition to the Legislature.

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English Potatoes—per 6 lbs, .......... 72 48
Oniatin—<0e 6. TRG 6 ook os pbc calc aes 90 .72
COMMIGIIING TUBING 50 isd sense ov nies dives ae 34 31
Crawford's, Marie, Sweet Asst., Cus-
tard Creams, Tri Fruit Puffs, Cream
Crackers—% lb Pkts. ............ 54 .40
Danish Salami Sausage —per Ib. $1.31
Sliced ._Bacon—per lb.. ioe nan tea ei 1.00
Kraft Cheese—1% lb. Pkts. ........ 51
Dutch Peas & Carrots—per tin 42
Dutch Green Cabbage—per tin.... .28
Dutch Sour Crout—per tin....... 33
Danish Thick Cream—per tin. 31
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discussed by the Legislature, The week to keep roads and beaches

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Bill provided for many drastic clean; and

changes, not only for that parish, 4. ‘For the benefit of they
but for all the parishes, and it domestic staff at the Almshouge

therefore seemed to him that un- will the Vestry erect a W ites

til the Local Government Bill and Toilet for the imiprovement f

the Public Health Bill were
passed, they would just be mark-
ing time.

the

sanitary conditions at
institution?” |



Thanking the Chairman fer his
welcome, Mr. Searles said it had
always been his desire to do some-

£3 For Speeding



thing good for the parish, and he I OINOURS M
reassured the Chairman that he Weaker Pace geo Joi "hes
would endeavour to work in har- schell, Judges of the Assistant |
mony, peace and goodwill with Court of Appeal, yesterday order-
the other members for the wel- ed Joseph Wood of Ellerton, si
fare of the parish, George, to pay a fine of £3 by
Mr. W. H. Walcott also thanked instalments or two months’ impris-
the Chairman for his welcome, and onment with hard labour for

he
for

promised that
do his very best
the parish.

would try to
the good of

speeding while driving the motor
bus M.2534 on Bay Street





The offence wa mmitted or

The Chairman inen requested August 6, 1951 By doing this
the "Vestry to place on record Their Honours confirmed the dt
their gratitude to Mr. Bancroft cision of Mr. H. A, Talma, Police
and Mr. Webster who were both Magistrate of District “A”

very conscientious!’ members of Cpl. Jones and Police Constable
the Vestry Lashley—attached to the | ‘Traftt |

Mr. W. H. Johnson also joined Branch at Central’ Police Station |
with the Chairman in paying said that the motor bus © as |
tribute to the two former mem- {@Velling, at over 37 miles per |
bers, and referring to Mr. Ban- hour on Bay Street

Appeal costs amounting to o/-|
paid

croft said he was one of progres-
sive ideas, and one whom the
Vestry would greatly miss.

were. ordered to be by

defendant.

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OFFERS INVITED for (subject to prior sale) Surplus pure bred and
highly selected grade British Friesian Bulls from the Exchange Dairy

of Caroni Limited, Carapichaima, Trinidad, B.W.1.

r j herd frozen, and Dominica, Antigua, Montserrat
a Sale 2 o'clock Terms Ca ; Ki :
~ — — PURI a Cargo accepted on throuaie Bills of Nevis and St. Kitts Sailing
DIED ——————_| ent condition. Terma. attractive. Dia C NOTICES | saint, mdrHAN' « co. | tie “ieritutipme a Rta] Bry pero
le c oY attra a times x British wu i. .
shia tinitosoranialinn . _______| Ivan Smith at 3454 20.1.52—2n wie Auctioneers. | 9 4 Islands. _ The M.V. MONEKA will
KUSKISSON—On Janu Sth 1952 NOTICE eae | en, tag 3 ag ro —
U.S.A. Blanch Violet Huskisson CAR 1939 CHEVROLET SEDAN in PARISH OF CHRIST CRU vie paste ndatteinnn sede So minica, ni : ntserrat,
¢ : ehtedk ’ oa + ae 4 T CHURCH or fui Pi PI Nevis and St. Kitts. Sailing, Date
Or x. Habe ana tray, | sore’ “Coury Games” Dial ve aa acct eenamerenace, omey | UROEN THE IVORY HAMMER | "ats te “note
= le i 5 % closed on esdays 22nd th 7 .
2 20.1.52—8n.1 January, at 12 noo and 2 By instructions received from the tn- | BW. “ \ aneahon ae
y - — urance C€ 1 sell at PSST Ss 7
THANKS CAR. Vauxhall 12 in A-1 condition, WOOD GODDARD. || Enearnes ee aeseny aS Sradan’ aetaaers | DaCOSTA & Co Consignee. Tele. No, 4047.
Phone 4311, Johnson 20.1. 52—4 | 99 1 59--9u Wesurer. | osth, 1) 1961 Anglia Ford Car. (Only |
WARD—The Ward. tarily f near Massey - Harris Wheei/Half - Track Terma nk tale ae venom
Alleynedale, Black Rock gratefu Tractors for immediate or later deliv- NOTICE Griffith ‘Auctioneer. Ps on
oe th $ to a th ood who attended | ery Dial 4616, Courtesy Garage. The Parochial Treasurer’s Office, St. . =
ne funeral, sent wreaths or in any 18.1.52—-6n. | Michael, ce, St.
a a rn eae eran nee, NE Se cine a REAL ESTATE 0
them on the passing of ,the late] TRACK TRACTOR Oliver/Cletrac } 12 v'clock noon 2 "
atherine int re Model BDH 6 cyl. Diesel engine Cc. GEO! ALOW: 1 a
22/1.52—-1n. |equivalent of D4 or TD® — immediate —_ ae ee BUNGALOW: Three bedroom wall i
delivery Dial 4616, Courtesy Garage. St. Michael *| galow, all modern reer Proce | AL.
18.1.52—6n. | 20.1. 52—2n . e 4311, Johnson.
+ B.S.A. MOTOR CYCLES, 1% hp. ol wm kde sie HOUSE in 5th Avenue, Belleville, con- EW RK
FOK REN i shipment just received. Call early and NOTICE | taining 3 bedrooms, drawing and dining; s § “OCEAN maniiaione he See 15th Jan. 1952.
see them REDMAN & TAYLOR'S ae PARISH OF ST. PRILIP jrooms and all modern conveniences.| a STEAMER sails 25th Jan.—arrives B’dos Sth Feb. 1952. : °
GARAGE LTD 19.1,52—3n pplications for the Post of Senior | Also Mahogany furniture. Owner leaving . o 9
Nurse Se tea dt Phdlta's Alamein ni] Slant gany furnikure. Owner leovug. | 4 STEAMER. sails 15th Feb.—arrives P'dos 26th Feb. 1952.
MORRIS OXFORD CAR. In perfect] b© received by the undersigned up to| Dial 4792 22.1.52—4n es
HOUSES condition; 4.500 miles, $2,200.00 CASH. | Tuesday 29th January, 1952 i STE NEW ORLEANS SERVICE
Apply DAVID EVANS, Jnr. c/o T Applicants must be fully qualified as | SALE NOTICE | A EAMER sails 2nd Jan.—arrives B’dos 17th Jan. 1952.
APARTMENT. The Camp Evans a Nurse and Midwife, and must forward| The undersigned will offer for sale; A STEAMER sails 16th Jan.—arrives B'dos Sst Jan. 1952.
diet” Sane teenie. tne s Aiidiaatitemialesilatig: an __‘ with their applications their Baptismal | at their office, No High Street,|4 STEAMER sails 30th Jan.—arrives B'dos 14th Feb. 1952.
r 4lly furnishe tal in} _ MOTORCYCLE Velocette 5 hip. Certificates as well as their Certificates of | Bridgetown on Thursday the 3ist day
eA . model MSS. in Al working condition Competency. of January, 1952, at 2 p.m, the desirable ANADIAN SER ¥)
are hee “~_tand well kept. A reasonable buy. For _ The salary attached to this post ts building lot of lar containing 17,964 cuiartaicuel” VICE
FLAT; A self-contained Flat of 7 7 ; vare feet . t |
rooms unfurnished or partly furnished ir inquiries phone 4497 20.1.52—4n, $80.00 per month. Uniforms, including | *@uare ute or thereabouts situate on
a cool, quiet country home with gar- “a, eee — —_ a ediacent we Se teal, eee Sails Halifax Arrives Barbados
dens, excellent surroundings, av ble = . See , og eS: e i h ; of St y
from February Ist. Apply. Mayers. ot | ELECTRICAL | quite “to Sagrame “duties on the’ 20h |WaMK ane Tesidence of Sir Dudiey Les.) seauery iotn —Rabrusty tn
Advocaie Advertising Dept. Phone 2508 me = adie of the Golf Cut geet '
Ss. W. SCOTT. « got Cin and commands & al “1 q
TC a Clerk to the Board of Guardians, {Beautiful view A'STRAMER vey mn 0 Merch
TWO LARGE COOL ROOMS—Purnished,| DRE FREEZES: Another shipment] St. Philip. | For further particulars and ae ol s een Stan. nt 3 : March 24th
running water, with or without meals.|of FRIDIGAIRE Deep Freezes as just 19.1.52. Plot sale apply to | A STEAMER .. oe ee +» March 14th Marc
10 minutes walk to Yacht Club or City.| arrived. On sale at K. R. Hunte & Co. oer COTTLE, CATFORD & Co | A STEAMER . pee ibe - ‘March 25rd Apel aad
Woodside Gardens. Dial 335 Ltd , Lower Broad Street, for Cash | Solicitot
t Lith be taee eran aa LODGE SCHOOL ted iin These vessels have limited passenger accommodation
22.1.52—3n oo See
Ht is notified for the information of} | & BUSINES s ROBERT THOM LTD. — NEW YORK AND GULF SERVICE.
parents and guardians of pupils of the} | owls ’ Smith of St. Michael
LOST & FOUND FURNITURE Lodge School that Mr. L, T. Farmer | Row Bridgetown, offers his entire Prem- APPLY:—DA COSTA & CO., LTD.—CANADIAN SERVICE
has been appointed as Secretary and | !s€s and Business, Funeral and Liquor
Treasurer to the Governing Body of the jated in St. Michael Row Bridgetown
LOST CHAIRS, Chairs, Chairs and other School in the place of Mr. C. E. Stoute.}4* 4 sere g concerr Any Gone interested
furniture ‘and all’ sorts of fittings for] Mr. Farmer will receive tuition See non At tDaSae Gaehat: ax Derratton
your home, A. BARNES & Co., Ltd.| #t the office of Messrs. Yearwood pUnstE continues as
Ne tan en Boyce, Solicitors, James Street, Bridge 1 SMITH, ST etal apsniiuaestigted
ONE LEATHER POLICY CARRIER. | _ , i 22) 2 ee St. Michael Row, awe
Bearing Initials J.J.J.. Crown Life Em-| Ralph Beard offers the following Bar- W. A. FARMER Bridgetown. 7 oo "
blem in George Street Facing 6th | gains in Furniture Headmaster 17.1,52—3n
Avenue. With Receipt Book and other Mag. Dining Chairs $22.00 pr., Birch| 22-1 3n parade I TES
important ‘papers, Finder” pase ‘Dia! Dining Chairs 81800 bets Magy Wanites | = _| ““PROSPECT HOUSE,” (on the se CANADIAN SERVICE
#660 or 2384. J. J, Thompson, from $75.00 upwards, Cedar China Cab- at Prospect, St. James standing on
21,188.9n, 'inets “trom e640 up, Steal Upright e NOTICE : roods 30 perches of land. The hous From Halifax, N.S,, and Montreal,
— —-—-- - - -| Chairs $8.50 ea., Stecl) Arm Chairs $12.00 Re the Estate of contains drawing and dining rooms,
SWEEPSTAKE TICKET BOOK—Series|cach, Deal Kitchen Tables from $8.00 CLEMENT DENNY bedrooms, breakfast room, kitchen, toilet
Q 8000 to 8000. Finder please return| upwards. Iron borras from $8.00 up-|,NCr Ce JS HEREBY GIVEN that all! and bath; Modern conveniences. Garage ; Expected = Arrival
same to -B'dos Turf Club wards, Coder Dinine Wann ior $35.50 persons having any debt or claim upon] and servants room in yard. Inspection Halifax St. John Dates, Bridgetown,
22.1.52—4". |] upwards, Including a large variety of| oy Sree Ne eae epee Benes ¥|trom Monday to Friday (inclusive) be-| 5.5, “POLYRIVEK" 3i Dee 3 Jan 28 ‘aes
ae | ood ~ond hand furniture. Lower Bay eee ar Bee Dp, in the City oO | tween 11 a.m. and 2 p.m .“. “BENNY” SF 2 14 Februa
Moma 5 Bridgetown in this Island, Longshoreman rhe ; a 4 m.V, XY 25 Jan 28 Jan 14 February
s t >| : san Tr abc nt t f sale 3 +“ ” » >
WANTED rec Phone 5010 19,1,52—2n j who died in thix Island on the 12th day Punik i sotiadar oi Peiahk. bo i 8 ‘SOUTHGATE e+ ll Feb 15 Feb 2 March
af Cctober, 1951 are here’ required to | \,5 19! PP oan, ak Gur ome ine A VESSEL ++ 25 Feb 29 Feb 16 March
MECHANICAL \p mad in their cla ‘duly attested, to | pucas Str Bridgetown Ap rcpt minaret Ee _ ———
Ciera henatiatprnneetenieitmmpanegiren senna me the undersigned Verona Grant, c/o RINGTON & 2F y .
HEL \ kenneth Sandiford, of the Barbados Bus eeeeene © Se Sn UNITED KINGDOM § SERVICE
ONE GENTS RALEIGH BICYCLE | Owners's Association, Spry Street in the , y
“a YARD SMAI. ———---= | (Sports Model), Qne Philip's R sate} City of Bridgetown on or before the 2ist| ~~ splon KOP COAST FROM SWANSEA, LIVERPOOL AND GLASGOW
4 eneral work, [9 Tube). Apply: V. B, St, John, C/o] day of February, 1952 after which date : . ‘i ” * ae :
and to drive a car when required. p aad Main Building contains five Bedrooms,
Pp a eal wuir N. i. Howell, Bay Street I shall proceed to distribute the assets | p . Room, outside and inside Veran- ‘ ‘ “Expected ival
See # Me G Simpson, Wildale 92.1.82—n.| of the said estate among the partic iO 7igg toom, outside and JF . t Swansea Liverpool Glasgow Dates Bridgetown
arine Garden 17,1.58—6n entitled thereto having regard to the |~ also annex. Garage. Over an acre level ong a i i eta
COOK -- Wanted for English famil debts and claims only of which [ shall |iand on sea frontage. Furniture if Me ee “ach ch NW fe nt DOR ate tage
‘ anted for English fami “J then have had notice and that 1 shall | 5, tanhane’ Fe 59
Apply “Helmsley,” Gun Hill, St. George MISCELLANEOUS : required, Telephone Pearce 8591
. sors not be Hable for assets so distributed to 18.1.52—2
20.1.92-2n ae hot he liable 466 assets so dlstetiouted to fT “isa | UNITED KINGDOM AND CONTINENTAL SERVICE
; conte ante, — ! shall not have had notice at the time < ‘ Oe as FOR sate Oe a, ee aa shank
LADY to manage small store in Hast Extra Strong Mints one shilling per . ¥ The undersigned will offer for sale at Expected Arrival
ae Dicttict, Ave in person fo Bias: | Pound. Minimum 10 Ibe, Caribbean, “ata ait perscne tudebted! to the séta (fs Coe ot High Street, Bridge- Antwerp Rotterdam London Dates Bridgetown,
feld Scott & Co. Ltd Confection Co,, Litd., St. Matthias Gap.) ectate ae retileated ee settle thet j town, on Friday the Ist February, 1952, Barbados
15.1,89—-t.f.n, | Retatler special introductory offer. | Sccounts without delay : Se Ee ee ee ee ea ptalled | ss. SUNROVER 18 Jan 18 Jan 29 Jan 12 February
asic 18.1.52—4n a ELLERS LIE : the ore’ ee ES Sane “tame aeareinaiansiriraehs
~ A, Dated this 19th day of November 1951 |e .ntaining 1 rood, 2 perches or there- sees
OPERATOR National Cash Book-| “~>>——> —— Ee pe i a 5
, rato: ; 5 FIRE EXTINGUISHERS sw VERONA GRANT abouts adjoining Dr. Bancroft's _resi- f
Keoping Machine Operator with previ. | ror ait types, hazards, M ocanae haem Qualified Exceutrix of the Estate of [dence at Lower Fontabelle, The house Agents: PLANTATIONS LIMITED — Phone 4703
duties on or before ist. March 1089 truck and Tractors No annual refill Clement Denny deed 21.11.51—3n | contains downstairs, drawing and dining
a necessary nl h ~---+—- rooms, breakfast room, two bedrooms,
jalary commensurate with experience 59 only when used. - Courtesy toilet and bath and ‘upstairs bed-
Consideration will also be given to an) bs * dial 4391 18.1,52—fin LIQUOR LICENSE NOTICE ein "i Electric light roa water ROBERT THOM LIMITED
inexperienced person who is willing Rtr_—___——_—_—_-—-_——— The application of Felix Mayers, Shop- | 4. : TAT . ¥
ne Playi and gas turned in
ain “during the month | of February, |, Long Playing | Records ,and %8 RPM keeper of Halls Road, St. Michael for|""Tispection any day between the hour PLANTATIONS BUILDING, LOWER BROAD STREET
Apply in person with written appliea- |, 5 orders too. permission to sell Spirits, Malt Liquors, | o¢ i 8b. ‘ Satta” Gane
on,’ Dowding Estates & ‘Trading Co,,|PARNES & Co., Ltd. Wines etc,, at a board and galvanize shop SS fine Pres 8 aE nee ee Passenger Sales Agents for:
itd. 17.1,02-—6n 18.1,58—t.f.n, Age er a attached at Halls Road For further particulars and conditions Trans-Canada Airlines, B.O.A.C. and B.W.1.A.
= nr 5 chanel f sale apply t EAMSHIP
SALEEMAN) WIL also have to cover |, (LADIES INDIAN LEATHER SANDALS |” Dated this 18th day of January 1952, |°° *° COeere caproRD & Co ALCOA STEAMS) COMPANY
the Leeward and Windward Islands at) shimmer tet een, all sizes, A new | To: EB. A. McLEOD. Esq ; Solicitors. Telephone No. 4466
intervals. Application treated confiden- pment just opened, Thant’s, Dial 3406,) “Police Mrgistrate, Dist. “A” 0121 =
tially. Rox Y, Advocate Co., Ltd. ~ 22.1, 52—1.f.n CHRISTIANA MAYERS al lace ae
13. 1.52—t.f£.n nn ee Sane ian atnneetere for Applicant SALE NOTICE
waate’ tes Jeti ae renee Hager N.B.—-This application will be consid The undersigned will offer for sale at
Scr 7 2 a eee ve ne wide, pink, | ered at a Licensing Court to be held at . No. 17, High Street, Bridg
MISCELLANEOUS Bive. — se at and Li wide, Police Courts, Dist. “A” on Tuesday tary en et Bireeh ees
. rite per yd, at rpaiani, 1 ar 952 a ‘clock ¢ erecte one
wean BODY 1 scrapped Vauxhall car-| Swan Street “stein | ferreree 0 z A Bel FOD enlled MIDGET" Meioatae. on 8,700 " IT’S SUCH A
oy in good condition, 16 or 12 Ht : >. Di : t i
: , F 4 - . Police Magistrate, Dist. “A iare feet of land at Welches New
Good price paid. Contact N. G \dvo SCALE 500 Ib, Platform Scales, just | 92 1,52 Road 3 “he » re 7
comets) a time for crop” seaaon, the, Geneeat | Se Rend, St Mishesh Tue, cwollaeae RELIEF TO HAVE
19, 1, S2—2n| Agency Co., B'dos Ltd. 19,1.52—6n reoms, 2 bedroom chen
—__—_— —— | LIQUOR LICENSE NOTICE) "7,3, DUigon’, kilehenette, tollet NO TROUBLE
PIANO required for Boys’ Club, Bay SHARK SKIN—A heavy material for| The application of Jas, A. Lynch &| water, Garage and servant's room in e
Street, Hire or purchase, Please "phone | ladies and gents wear in grey and beige |Co., Ltd. Merchants of McGregor St | yard. Approximately half of the land 2
or write c/o Boys’ Clubs, Central Police] 56” wide, only $2.18 yard, Visit Kirpalani | B'town, for permission to sell Spirits, | is enclosed E WITH TEETHING ”
Station, Bridgetown 20.1.52—4n Swan Steet. 22.1.52—1n. | Malt Liquors, Wines ete at a 3-store) spection any day on application to ee
ciacene wall building in McGregor St. B’town Mi Cozier next door
TANKS—Galv 2 . The Dated this 18th diy of January 1952 For further particulars and condi-
ERSONAL eee Agency Co., B’dos Lid, 14 High Ter 2. » GRipsITs, rea. “ tions of sale apply Try giving your baby Ashton &
see 19.1.52—8n | Ag, Police Magistrate, Dis. “A” COTTLE, CATFOR ‘ ,
— 7 meet TAS. A LYNCH & Co., Lid T ATF RD fe 99s Parsons Infants’ Powders, which are
The publi pre, hereby warned aanina UNIMET MAJOR Constructional angle per W. SKEETE 20 1 52—9n wonderfully soothing at teething
giving — ot o my wife E ovides the answer to a thousand and Applicants ime. These Po’ ul regular
NIGHT BN {nee RANCROFT) as } sonstruction problems, From a few N.B.—This application will be econsid- oe wders vasure
do not hold-weself responsible for ner ts of Unimet Major you can con- | ered at a Licensing Court to be held at! AAONEY STOL 1 easy motions, promote restful sleep,
foros si tra tin nn Geet os r at, Benches, Storage Fixtures, Shelv-| Police Cour Dist. “A” on Tuesday O EN FROM and are absolutely SAFE!
a s in Laname unless by a writter na, Frames for Light Buildings etc. 29th January. 1952 at 11 o'clock a.m
order signedeby me Available from Stock — contact S. P, G. B. GRIFFITH, FIRST AID SHOP
STANLEY NIGHTENGALE, | IUSSON SON & Co., Ltd. — Dial 3713. Ag. Police Magistrate, Dist. ‘A"| THE First Aid Shop of Enid asmrou & PARS S
h Ave 8. oe 17,1,52—Tn, | 23.1,.52—1n Bowen at Sion Hill, St. James,
20.1 52—2n° _ }was broken and entered between
rete GOVERNMENT NOTICES }7,00 p.m, on Thursday and 8.30
The public are hereby warned against im. on Friday. A sum of money
riving credit to my wife CLAUDINE lwas stolen. ; F
WHARTON e Goodman) as I do not ———— aes
hold ble for her or anyone Notification has been received from the British Consul of the ae” ake ereedieg = a. ys | . =
’ n debt debts in ‘ . eter, reportec 1a a ewe
t death from r ,
1% ee : vain alee ; meth natural causes in the Republic of Panama, of the follow-|sheep was stolen from an open
bu CHRISTOPHER WITARTON ing persons: — |pasture at White Hill, St. Peter, ORIEN I AL
: Valley, St. G Name Age Date of Death | between 7.00 a.m. and mid-day on |
2.1522 |ARTURO STEWARD .. .. 67 14th June, 1961 jSunday. 9 1s hex property SOUVENIRS
re
VSEPH A, GRIFFITH 77 13th J
he biliteibesnay S ' une, 1951. |
; & CLIFORD PADMORE ., .._ 69 10th July, 1951 Cleeland Canes Burnt a Senay Saee
Advertise in the CHARLES CLEMEN’ 9 ’ ’ Seven and a_ half acres of VENDEMOS, SEDAS,
3 s me %4 ae 57 24th July, 1951. }ripe canes were burnt when «a JOYERIAS Y ARTISTICAS
WILFRED A, WEEKS . ae 60 6th August, 1951. /fre of unknown origin broke)({ CURIOSIDADES, TRAIDOS
\DRIANA CLEMENT zo jout at Cleeland Plantation, St | DE LA INDIA CHINA e
«rocate nd September, 1951.
JOHN EVANS. Unknown 8th October, 1951 | Andrew, at about 9.00 p.m., on} EJIPTO
re ’ P Ss rday . 5 , he
HENRY HAWOOD is 31st October, 1951 \s aturday The canes are the; T H A N I ; S
For Results or ’ ‘ property of the trustees to the
eee CECILIO BREVILL 64 13th November, 1951 the lk: E, R. Pil 1d
; estate of wen late E, R. Pile and Pr. Wm. Hry. St., Dial 3466
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PART ONE ORDERS

LIEUT.-COL, J. CONNELL, OBE., E.D.,
Commanding,
THE BARBADOS REGIMENT

Issue No. 3. 17 Jan. 52



|. ACTING APPOINTMENT
Major L. A. Chase is appointed
wef 18-27 Jan. 52,
PARADES
All ranks will parade
Coys. will carry
Signal Plateon
The Signal’s Course will be

Acting Adjutant,
vice Major M. L. D. Skewes-Cox on casual leave.
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held on Mon. 21, Wed. 23 and Thurs. 244 Jan. 5 |
disposition Get M ge Rie your Ban
druggist today under © positive Band practices will be held on Mon, 21, W Ba s. 2 n. 52
guarantee Hytex must stop your pile Reeruits ' mn Wed and Thurs. 24 jan. 52
pains and troubles or money back on Recruits will parade for training on Mon, 21 and Wed, 23 Jan, 52 |
return of empty package. aon en AND ORDERLY SERJEANT FOR WEEK
{ NDING 28 JAN, 52 |
‘ Orderly Officer 2/14. H. A. Husbands j
Oe OPES PPPOE, Orderly Serjeant 234 Sjt. Williams, E.D
e ~ Next for duty
nS NOTICE % Orderly Officer A. H. Clarke, |
8 | 4 > Orderly Serjeant Sit. Williams, S.D |
* x M. 1 SKEWES-COX, Major, |
- Sieh elites % S.0.L.F, & Adjutant, j
S % The Barbados Regiment |
* 7 ves to inform the public & |
% thi it not seen nor x NOTICE
g of tiv ¢ t f v * re will be o Mess Meeting of the Officers’ Mess at 2015 hour }
- ¥ rday J 2 |
@ WILZ.E Fi Marshall) & 26 n, 52
% formerly of 112 Street, & PART U1 ORDERS |
% NYC. for the twelve (12) THE BARBADOS REGIMENT SERIAL NO. 3 |
@ yenrs, and it i intention to > STRENGTH INCRBAS
> remarry in the near future, * 38 Cpl. Williams, B.E ‘A Retaken on strength of
x ‘ wef 18 Jan. 52
x VANWATTER FiTZt an s LEAVE CASUAL
x oe ; Sree ae Major M. L, D. Skewes-Cox Bn. HQ Granted 10 days’ casual leave |
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>' aint Daina tacts taeda t 42 Pte Granted 4 weeks’ S/Leave wef 18 Jar
% a | 670 Pte. Noel, A * Granted 4 weeks’ S/Leave wet an
S NOTICE x D. SKEWES-COX, Major,
* and i $.0.L.F. & Adjuta
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PAGE EIGHT



JAMAICA REPLY

Hits 100

Binns

In Fine Style

BARBADOS—IST IN NINGS

JAMAICA 311 and (for
FORCED to follow on
innings in reply to 753 by
play yesterday scored 243
will resume to-day still
innings defeat.

Alfie Binns who was 88 fron
last week, carried his bat
even 100. .In Jamaica’s
innings, he shared in a
wicket partnership of
minutes with John

taking innings for
Bonitto, a good
for 43.

The Barbados bowling on
whole was steady and the grounc
fielding good. Pace bowler
who captured the
wickets for the day,

supporting

first
finished wit

an analysis of 3 for 51 in 14 overs,
for 36 Bonitto on drove the
in the same number of overs and

while Frank King got 2

Norman Marshall | for
sending down 26 overs, 13
which were maidens.

Alfie Binns 88 and Reggie Scar

55 afte

requir ing

for an
second
fifth
108 in 93 was a maiden.
McLeod to
score 73. McLeod played a pains-
79 and Neville
one

the

jarker
three

of

Â¥ 753
6 wkts.) ..... 243
after scoring 311 in their first

Barbados, Jamaica by close of
for the loss of six wickets and
199 runs to avoid an
1 sereen end and sent down a
maiden—his third in succession—
to Bonitto. Barker’s next over
yielded a single. While Marshall's

The luncheon interval was taken
with the score at 30 for the loss of
three wickets. N. Bonitto was 2
and the other not out batsman
McLeod had not yet scored.

i After Lunch

On resumption, McLeod opened
his scoring with an easy single off
, King to mid wicket. Marshall
bowled a maiden to McLeod.
first from
King to the boundary and then
r played out the remainder,

McLeod singled to the left of
Barker at square leg off Marshall.
- Play was then held up for a bit

lett 4 resumed Jamaica’s first when King struck McLeod with a
innings with the total standing at full one which the batsman had
296 for the loss of nine wickets. failed to negotiate. Bonitto crash-
Pace bowler Frank King took ed Marshall to the extra cover
charge from the pavilion end and boundary to enter double figures
sent down a maiden to Binns. and send the total to 40.

Williams bowled from the se:
end and Scarlett got three wide o
King the only slip field off th
first and Binns cover drove for
single off the last to send 300 u
on the board after 296
play.

Binns turned the first from King

to fine leg for and late

a couple “r Leod got one to mid on.

cover drove to the boundary to
make his score 95. He the
singled to fine leg off a bumpe

and went down to face
whose over yielded a single.
sent his score to 99 with a squar
eut off King for a couple and the
Singled to cover to get his hundre
including 12 boundaries in
minutes, King beat and bowle

Scarlett with his last delivery to

een

Williams
Binns

Holder replaced King at the
f pavilion end, He bowled to McLeod
e who singled with an off drive.
4 Bonitto also got a single with a

P drive to extra cover off this bowler,
minutes’

Marshall’s next over was a maiden,
Bonitto wok un easy single to

er fine Jeg off Holder.
period of half an hour
realised 19 runs.

e C. B. Williams came on from the

n sereen end in place of Marshall

. whose figures were 90. 7M. 5R. 0W.
20

He bowled to McLeod who swept
d his first delivery to the fine

bring Jamaica’s innings of 311 to in 91 minutes.

a close after 305 minutes.
lett had scored 7 while
undefeated with 100.

Binns we

J’ca’s 2nd Innings

With a deficit of 442,

started their second innings at
o'clock with John
Denis Thorbourn,

Was entrusted with

from the Screen end.

to Prescoqd who broke

Frank
the
He bowle

fifth. LGarker bowled from

pavilion end and Thorbourn opene

his account with an
wide of silly mid on.
man singled off this
later Prescod turned
square leg boundary.

Thorbourn got a_ single pa
Farmer at silly mid on to send 1

easy

him to tl

ten on the board and later Prescod

on drove for a couple and the
teok an easy single to mid wicke
The last was a bumper whic
struck Thorbourn on
the ball going high over
to the boundary. Barker
a maiden to Prescod,
Thorbourn sent 20 on the boar
in aS many minutes with
oft drive off King for three an
later on drove Barker for

bowle

of Atkinson

first of Barker’s next over and the

singled to backward point off the

fifth,

With the total at 25, Barbadc

made their first bowling change by
bringing on Norman Marshall vice
screen end. He
sent

King from the
bowled to Thorbourn
down a maiden.
First Wicket Goes
Jamaica lost their first
when Prescod hooked a short or

and

—the third of Barker's fifth over—

to give Atkinson at square leg ¢
easy catch. The score
25—1—10.

Teddy Saunders filled the breac

and was quickly off the mark wit
a single to fine leg. Marsha

bowled another maiden this time to

Saunders.

Jamaica lost their second wicket
when Thorbourn pulled one from crashed one from Barker

Scar-

Jamaic

Prescod and
King
attac

his duc
with a brace to square leg off the
the

single

Each bats-
bowler and

his fingers,
the slips
ad
a hare
a couple.

Thorbourn took a couple to the left
at square leg off the

wicket

beard reac

McLeod took a

remainder.

2 to extra cover off Holder.
“~ got a boundary off this

on misfielded.
sa A Maiden

k Williams bowled a

on drive off Holder
McLeod glanced

and
d

Leod 14.
‘single off Wililams’ over.

shall was now given
second spell.

ed from the
Bonitto who
couple,
similar

1e

st avili
ip pavilion

off drove

end

on
be
h

amount and then

slip.

off Williams, Marshall continued
from the screen end and McLeod
d crashed him to the cover boundary
i and then edged one between the
wicket keeper and first slip to

ad
the boundary to send the score to

80. This pair had now put on 50
for the fourth wicket in 170
minutes.

" MeLeod glanced one from Wil-

liams for a brace and then singled
to square leg to send up Bonittu
who got a single to mid wicket.
Williams’ next over yielded two
singles.

With the total at 87, pace bowler
Barker was given his second spell

Ss

for the day. He bowled to Bonitto
and sent down a maiden to this

batsman,

1€ Williams’ next over yielded a
single. Bonitto glanced one trom
an Barker to fine leg for a couple,
then off drove to the boundary and
singled off the last to mid on to

" send the score to 96.

h
il Boundary

Williams bowled a maiden to
Bonitto. McLeod singled to square
leg off Barker and later Bonitto
to the

Barker hard and low to Atkinson off boundary to send up 100 on the

at square leg who took an excel- board

lent catch to dismiss him.
score board read 27—2—16.

Neville Bonitto joined Saunders,

but the latter did not last very lon
as Barker again came into th

picture when he had this batsman was given his third spell,

i.b.w. with only a single added t
the total.
was 1. Barker’s analysis was
evers, 1 maiden, 10° runs,
wickets.

McLeod joined Bonitto. Mar

shall continued to bowl from the
















Saunder’s contribution

after 141 minutes’ play.

The McLeod sent his score to 34 with

a late cut off Williams for a couple

and then singled with a cover

g drive,
e The ‘total was now 108 and King
He

o bowled from the pavilion end to
McLeod who singled with a cut
6 past gully off the fourth, but the

3 last one which was well up, bowl- when Binns pushed one away

ed Bonitto as the batsman missed
- ‘anon drive, ‘The total was 109

square leg off Holder and later Mc-
Marshall
bowled another maiden—thig time
n to McLeod. Bonitto got three to
The post lunch
had now

leg
boundary to send 50 on the board

long single to
1S extra cover off Holder's third de-

livery and Bonitto played out the
McLeod took a single
off Williams and then got another
Bonitto
same
bowler when Smith at extra cover

maiden to
McLeod. Bonitto singled with an
later
this bowler to
fine leg for a brace. The total was
now 64 with Bonitto 20 and Me-
McLeod took the only
Mar-

his
This time he bowl-
to
for a
glanced to fine leg for a
got a
neat two between first and second

McLeod took a single to cover

sor 4 and Bonitto who had made Smith



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BARBADOS WICKET-KEEPER Charlie Taylor goes to McLeod's
assistance after McLeod was struck by a fast one from Frank King

at Kensington yesterday, the fourth day of the First Jamaica-Barba-
dos Test.

43 including 5 boundaries
batted for 123 minutes.

Alfie Binng filled the breach and
got off the mark with a boundary
through the slips off Williams. He
later turned one from King neatly
to fine leg for a brace.

McLeod survived an appeal for
l.b.w. by Williams and later took
fan easy single to square leg, King

had

bowled a maiden to Binns and
Williams sent down one to Mc-
Leod,

Norman Marshall relieved King
at the pavilion end with the total
at 120 and his first delivery beat
Binns and wicket keeper Taylor,
the ball going to the boundary for
extras. The batsman then drove
to long on for a couple off the
fourth and played out the remain-
der.

Binns entered double figures
with a single to fine leg off Wil-
liams. The batsmen took two

more singles and 130 went up on

the board. McLeod edged one
from Norman Marshall between
the wicket keeper and first slip
to the boundary to make his
score 46. Williams’ sixteenth
consecutive over was a maiden ta
Binns, He had also sent down
five maidens and had 31 runs
scored off him,

Normarm Marshal] bowled the

last over before tea and sent down
a maiden to McLeod. The total

was 134 for the loss of four
wickets, with McLeoq 34 and
Binns 10,
After Tea
Holder bowled the first over
from the screen end after tea to
Binns who got a_ boundary

through the slips off the first de-

livery and then singled off the
fourth. Marshall bowled from
the pavilion end and sent down
a maiden to Binns. Holder also
bowled a maiden to McLeod.
Binns pulled the third ball of
Marshall’s eighteenth over to the

deep fine leg boundary and then

played out the remainder.
McLeod singled to mid off off

Holder and then did likewise off

Marshall. Binns sent his score

to 20 with a push to mid off off

this same bowler and later on
drove one from Holder to the
boundary to send up 150 in 195
minutes.

McLeod soon got his fifty in-
cluding four boundaries with a
drive to extra cover off Holder

His innings had so far
147 minutes.

Marshall’s next over
four runs, a pull to the
boundary by Binns. This batsman
on drove a full toss from the same
bowler to the fence in front of the
Kensington pavilion, and next
ball Atkinson over threw from
the mid on position to give five
runs to this batsman to put tne
total at 172.

lasted for

yielded
long on

Singles
batsmen took singles
and McLeod cover

through

The
Holder,
Marshall
tween

off
drove
the gap be-
point and cover to tne
fence. Binns took annther four
when he forced Marshall away
on the on side and Atkinson mise
fielded.

Both batsmen were batting with
a full appreciation of tho situa-
tion, and a full toss from Holder
was promptly hooked for four hy
McLeod. Next ball there was +
chance of a possible run out

midoff and ran down the wicket
McLeod was late in starting and
threw in his return some






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yards short of the wicket keeper
who failed to gather, and McLeod
ran safely into his crease. The
run gave Binns his individual
fifty in 67 minutes.

Cc. B. Williams came on for
Holder and McLeod lifted him to
the mid wicket fence for four.

A full blooded off drive by
Binns to the fence off Barker
who relieved Marshall saw the

200 posted in 228 minutes, and
next over saw King take the new
ball at the screen end, His first
delivery rapped McLeod on the
pads but Umpire Cortez Jordar
said not out. After an outswing-
er and two coming into the pads,
King bowled a very fast bumper,
which struck the handle of the
bat. The batsman calmly turned



the next away to backward
square leg for a single and take
strike from 3arker, whom he

turned for four off a full pitch,

McLeod Bowled

Next over King bowled Mc-
Leod with an inswinger which the
batsman moved outside of the off
stump to play as he anticipated
another bumper, and Jamaica had
lost their fifth wicket for 217
runs, The partnership had added
108 runs in 93 minutes, and Mc-
Leod’s contribution was 79 scored
in 194 minutes,

Mudie joined Binns who turned
3arker for a couple to fine leg,
and next over he cover drove
King to the fence, singling him
to fine leg off the next ball.

The score moved on to 233, and
displacing Barker at the pavilion
end, Norman Marshall beat and
bowled Binns with his third ball—
an off break. Binns’s score was
73 inclusive of 9 fours and a five
and he had batted for 111 minutes.

With ten minutes left for the
end of the day’s play, Miller
joined Mudie at the middle, and
after Mudie had taken a single off
Williams who relieved King at
the sereen end, Miller took two
to fine leg to open his account.

Miller again punched Williams



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Cricket: Fifth Day’s Play of
Police Courts—10.00 a.m.
the First Jamaica-Barbados

Test at Kensington Oval —
11.30 p.m.
Meeting of the House of As:
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Police Band Concert at Dis-
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Mobile Cinema Show at Crab
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YESTERDAY
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Total rainfall for month to

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Highest Temperature: 84.5 °F

Lowest Temperature: 70.5 °F
Wind Velocity: 8 miles per
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Barometer (9 am.) 29.974
(3 p.m.) 29.873
TO-DAY
Sunrise: 6.12 a.m. “
Sunset: 5.54 p.m.
Moon: Last Quarter, January
Lighting: 6.00 p.m.
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TUESDAY,



WITH

off the back foot to long off to
and next
off, Mudie
playing out the remainder of the

register another four,
ball singled to mid

over—the last of the day.

The score was 243 for the loss
of six wickets and Jamaica with
still
intact were left to get 199 runs
Miller,
was not out 9 and Mudie not out

four second innings wicket

to save an innings defeat.



4.
The scores are as foljaws:- —
BARBADOS—ist Innings ....... 758
JAMAICA Ist Innings
J. Prescod c Williams b Barker i
D. Thorbourn c¢ Marshall b Barker 68
L. Saunders l.b.w, b King ........ 2
N. Bonitto ¢ Holder b King : 31
J. McLeod Lb.w. b C. B. Williams 1
A. Binns not out . 100
G. Mudie c —. b Holder ........ 44
R. Miller Lb.w. b King ........ q
A. Bonitto Lb.w. b Williams 17
S. Goodridge c Farmer b Williams .. 15
S Scarlett b Ki woaut ie diss, 3
Matron b. Ow. 1s nbs aca! e
Total 2 .ciccsrcccessverseess a

Fall of wickets—1 for 4, 2 for 7, 3 for
76, 4 for 91, 5 for 113, 6 for 182, 7 for 215,

8 for 258, 9 for 292.
BOWLING ANALYSIS

oO. M R W.
F. King ...... - 6 68 4
SB. Barker j.......... 2, = 71 2
N. Marshall ........ 935 7 ss
EB. Atkirson Ss eu Lee 1 a =
A. Holder gga J 2 a4 1
Cc. B. Williams 3 13 3

JAMAICA, tnd Tanings
Prescod c Atkinson b Barker . 10

—D. Thorbourn c Atkinson b Barker 16
L. Satnders |.b.w, b Barker .- 1
N. Bonitto b King . 43
J. MeLeod b King sberee 19
A. Binns b Marshall 73
G. Mudie not out 4
R. Milier not out . te 2
Extras: b 8 .......++ cabin me
Total (for 6 wickets) ...... 248

Fall of wickets: 1 for 25,
for 28, 4 for 109, 5 for 217, 6 for 233
BOWLING ANALYSIS



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. ° un a
Garrer XI Wins Tuesday. ;
" S r Johnson told newsmen on his and large.
f F arrival in Ismailia on Sunday
At Football that he felt “reasonably certain” ' Each
that there will be important re- acn .

A FOOTBALL MATCH
played at Clifton on Saturday last

2 for 27, 3

was

POLICEMAN’S
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ton, Gordon Scantlebury of St.
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Street. When he reached Prince
William Henry Street, opposite
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you want something ?”

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apparently in a faint.

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Murder of Nuit |

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VICTORIA FIRST INNINGS 387
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it c Hassett b Ian Johnson 32
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Colin McDonald c & b Valentine 72
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Garvey not out 7
Yexton not out 1
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PAC.F mm rnnnuKK ADHK VTT HI M.IV i vvi M:Y .• %  11 • BARBADOS fikAl A'(X*TE IT,t ?--1 Tnrvday. Januar A VISITOR IX M\\ YORK THE EISENHOWER tHE NtiWS IN AMERICA IO(\l 1*1 II A THF Barbados Publicity Committee bagan "Deration in 1933 with a grant of S240 from the Hi III IIIIIMll and $3.M2 40 subscribed and donated by Transportation companies, merchants, banks and hotels. S4.6J5 have .so far been o'litnhuted by private companies. merchanLs and hotels for the tourist year 1st April 1951 to 31st March 1952. Government contributions over that period are **12.900 In 1933-34 a total of 6.178 tourists came to Barbados of whom 991 stayed at hotels. In the t.mnst year which ended on 31st March 1950 a total of 17,212 people came to Barbados, of whom 6,085 stayed at hotels. During twenty years the Barbados Publicity Committee has grown from a small beginning to its present size. At its pierhead and Seawell offices, officers of the Publicity Committee daily give visitors to Barbados first impressions of courtesy and helpfulness. In small but important matters such as the sIe of stamps or safeguarding of tourists' property or in official entertainment of visiting journalists or photographers the officers of the Committee give more than good value for the sum of less than $5,000 that U spent on the local offices and staff. By far the greater part of the Committee'* revenue is spent on advertising Barbados outside: seventy six per cent as compared with 24 per cent on operation expenses. Major advertising expenses are incurred in the United States ($8,96406), Canada ($5.742 04), the United Kingdom ($3,859.28) while $9,600 is spent on booklets and literature printed outside Barbados. The rapid expansion of tourism in the last twenty years is a tribute to the Publicity Committee and at the same tme serves as a reminder of the increasing volume of work that is thrown upon the Committee. The time seems ripe to analyse what has been achieved and to enquire what the Publicity Committee should become after two decades of successful operation Hitherto, the Committee has laid emphasis now the f>**V News dealt with a couple of contributed lo thai DOB%  %  %  vt..rld ki. • expressions, introduced into born '" aT P* n professional polttlL.I..L .1 plat) the crowcti bus. They are abo site as DM tw I In with between 40 ai % %  id ji ufusely illustrated inplain nude 1" btiBf Mo later* .„ prln * a Hntish seaHi failed by 7 miles, but SO pages, h ' s written an indelible page In ith th ""' Klorious history of "those that previous day's Q, .. ght i. ippen%  ** "> h <" *' %  >" >hi P "' km who want ;h<' %  due to arrive in New York M sports news m.t Mart from UM *'"i*-'-o. but already hn. name back pages; those who want ;o ' by-word On television last -e the pictures first look at paye. night one we 1-known figure re. mutrii. ... '"red to Capt Carlsen %  request to walk up Hiuadway thus This rave man who faced th( dangers 4 the raging ocean alone v. ill no) I roadway He will not face the dangers of New York ne; and then to the middle 'centre fold" and the flnanc and business magnates Vaactlj where to look fa Uk luff. But at tin look everyone takes weather chart to see u it's fair cloudy, cold or snow, so that they will know how to plan their day > %  activities. And all this is lairled out la the strictest silence. Only UM tusile of the paper comiI the click-clack of ihe ti.iin. '"• traffic lad columnist in a morning %  M <>f Capl Carlson's •HmdM failure "There's no shame In losing to the Atlantic hen It is not pacific I rather like this one i -he Adi'orotr. has made %  Lo Linda Darnell. And I find that the neon Uvi UM American actress who R. M. M % %  ( i H l WASHING TWO men made all the news in America Chunlull and Eisenhower. Churthill for what he will say tu Truman j and the world. Eisenhower (or his apparent agn-ement L> contest a qualifying round in he presidential election An announcement from Republican SenItOf Henry Lodge said he has entered Eisenn wer fur the New Hampshire primary elections n March II. New Hampshire is traditionally Republican. And. by the State law. if your name is •ntered for th.primary it automatically goes .mward unlesj you repudiate the, nominltion in writing. So everyone is waiting tensely lo v ee what. anything, Eisenhower is going to do about t'pudiation. Tonight's reports from his liaadtiarters and private home in France picurd him as silent and lyblg low Are among our large stock of Home and Hardware requirements The type illustrated is 26 gauge in 2 and 3ft lengths Priced at SI.04 & $1.68 die. xhaustion. heart failure and %  arlous other ailments experienced only during election period. And r.maiea BW.l.Ti definitely what about < h r J r m f c "''•5 1 ( ons %  put out when Ukt discovered Arc these of the sedate cousins some of her prattles! baubles class? srara milng Bul thls aparl the com ments recall some notes 1 read or wrote The %  I araj own fashions In Its Tallulah Bankhead s maid a Mrs. and furs valued at *I2.500 C'romn was charged fin larcenv how the story nppenred in in connecuon with some cheque paper which she altered. The money Involved was in four figures, and the l.i" MI on cltbei I MM quoti d poetry when they gave their final addresses. Miss Bankhead .is every movie gner knows, WU once a leading light in U of enles t.iiiutuTit and this fact hoisted the case lo bin hcullineits were top newHem. while the Warwick on Novernber 30 but abo ^ ..^. UM Ko,e„n Wa, was still undo•erepted an Invitation to'• **!* %  .. ,, wn5 Iefrrr ,. d s|aad BUI this is America Which T'T'^L "' a !" R5ri Acrob.l.cs". and |,,v t"" %  pointed out how a candidate h-. "The actress took her most to "stand" before he could "run. %  .d...d,l. icwellery and some for %  l in the House If h. other possessions out of town •stoodit meant that with her. but left the bulk of hei -running and h. had to do both baggage In the hotel. Her at the same time If he ran .aw maid visited the apartment on "won", he not a "seat which h. Frldav Jany S. and found Miss would "hold" for a certain lime Darnell jewel box open and a even when he was standing .. S3 mm -ilver-blue mink stole the floor of the House In fael missing Cram • cloaat rack. Becertain members ""rl'mted then twan 20 ind 30 pieces of jewelsueeess to the fact thai they could lery valued at annul *9.500 had "take the floor" CO attno* MQ been taken, along with the mink question, ami hold It for noun stole Linda I"l,i the COBI if needs be. More than one chap Aniong these w-re a gold kfy has loated that he had "eairlad pin with her name installed In the House." and while talking; It ruble* valued at MOO; Initialled me was sure he had it with him pendant earrings $300. a diaHe promised to 'how me alUr th. niond-studded gold wrist watch tea Interval but unfortunate^ 300; and a gold S! Christopher couldnt w-ait However, this glani medal given to ntt In happier is still "holding his seal dnvshyPcv Marlev. Hollywood might still have anotlv eamernman from whore she I" — "~ ***-* hl u '" Last week UMTC wssl DOUtlna l Prinw Ministei Winston Chuchill first. Bd Capl Kurt Carlsen shared Ihe spotlight between them. The 77-year-oFd British warrior-pollticlan came, anil hy teleu-n.n I saw and heard him greet the President of the United Slates In the same old cocksure fashion which has characterized him all his life. There was some doubt ahnut tin warmth of his reception before he arrived but "Winnie" himself rndiates such warmth, thai hearts na art oiran. and he was greeted with acclaim wherever he went. There Is a little story worth nailing. It appeared in more Ihun onenewspaper It was to the effect lhat a Senator had asked the M111M-C htm dotna his feat OUR III-: A III 'IIS SAY: Winl iilitiun Fvtlrruliitn tJiiiltlttvrism? To The Editor, T/w Advocate— S1H,—1 g.nini U1-.1 Hi lency "ie (wvarnoi baa aritad UM members of bolh the LagMlatlVs Council and ihe House of Assembly for their view* on the proposed Federation of 'he Wcsl Iruuan Isl tfKU Nuw Mr. fcdilor. I have recJ the Federation Keporl and cannot for the life of m' see %hat is to lie gained at the present iima by the adoption "f raoara* tion. II Is estimated that the eatf of this hohhy will bfl 411811.000, '" SB18.400.00. I considei this esttmiite ver> much 00 th %  low side; any way It 1* %  lnxur> Ihe West Indies can ill afford. I have also read the Report on the establishment of ,1 Customs I'mon in tin' British Caribbean Area. Such a Union would introIf he stays in the lists, there will be a light mtween him and Senator Robert Taft. of Ohio, to see which of them the New Hampj *hire voters would like to see nominated to! \ killinge Truman for President in Novem-lj ber. ;! Il would be a big test of Eisenhower's % %  •lineal strength in a typical Republican State. And Senator Lodge, speaking with great elf-assurance in Washington, repealed that le general "personally assured me" that he I Republican (his political affiliations have i.tn in doubt till now) and that "I don't ex>ect him to repudiate his entry in the priml ry." CHURCHILL I THEY described him, affectionately as look-' H "Pickwickian" One reporter, trying to do slice to The Hat. said it was a remarkable. wn-i'fT stove-pipe job." They bent over backwards to be as tactful 1 tad hospitable as only Americans can. Thus. [ < % %  minutes before he entered the room n< nhe held his New York Press confer•Mce. an army private tiptoed in and removed Revolutionary War picture from the wall 11 j;ave offence. The President," said the New York Time*. ;teeted the Prime Minister with all the sm•nty and warmth of an admiring friend." ie did, too. Little touches which we at the airport ;ed were when Truman tucked a hand under *MJ visitor's arm to guide him over to the iiitinf, "mikes", and again when he sud•nly turned for another vigorous hand-clasp ifter speaking his words of welcome. C. S. PITCHER & CO. Ph. 4472 •,'ss,*,'.**'*'*/"''.'*:**". ,',: ;: ', '/////// %  ; JJtUeuut&ma&f 6fm>* Intferewl MRS JOHN <;iLLINGHAM. of Oshkosh, Wisconsin, lost her purse during a New Years Eva ball. She reported that it contained 500 dollars Now the purse has been posted back to her from a nearby town. Oddly enough, it now contains 1,018 dollars. l3> Where is the money to como from" <4) In addition to furnishing' To The Editor, The Adrorale— the actual cost, we will be SIR,—It seems U> be obvio ealMd upon to supply iho that while Barbados has cases Federal Council with funds murderstabbing* and ftghtiiu to maintain such Colonies nearly everyday as one can re-' who ilnd It impossible to in your newsp..i".s W pay (Kg 1 slop the cinemas from shownn (5) What Is going v bf mil one wild western film after annna—lal position when we .ilher—gangster films and al eet a. few drv years, which iouh types of entertainment Cei It U mos, reasonable to tain eUues of the populatio. eai*;'The only prop have childish minds and appu •• available !o Barbados is t" emulate what they see ,, th, iaiir Industry. ? %  ?•"• 'J. ,OTl u : e T Yours truly "ahtlng films must set a very b;c i xample to minds such as the** COMMON SENSE A FILM GOEH. 2011. Jany. IM2. Hmiki-r* In Hriilgvlaivn fMff Hi'iiuii' To The Editor, The Adeocafe— SIR.—There Is a saying give To The Cdildr, The Advocate— .hem an inch and they will take SIR -Kindly allow me to draw an ell (whatever that means), to the attention of some respoti duce free inlertradlng between -, ve 'pn, on old horse and they „ lb i c parly, the increasing Inci the W.I. Colonies. I am or the wtl ,,,1,. hlm lo hell." That's the dents occurring from this dej; opinion that such a Union should CU( u|tn Min „. of the hawkers menace to pedestrians on the be brought into being and propm Bridgetown today. The poor highway. erly tried out to ascertain how It pedestrian just cannot go around 1 have again been attacked < %  would affect the smaller Islands a comer without fear of leaving lne public highway by thes who try to pay their way prlneihis pants lorn off with gigantic ( t r ay dogs, and for me It has long pally with funds received from baskets, wheel-barrows and no^v pa t lhe tt mK* of a Joke, where I RavgfUM before giving I re* that women are selling wood an concerned. Is there no society niiv .nnsideration to West Indian and coals along the street. Now or in'titutlon to see after this dlradtratlOt. th.tS the limit. Imagine having Rl ue ful situation? to Iry to tell your wife that you ^LD VI' A.s I %  .fcuvi..tion is cont ^^ or „,„, olack m ,n, on 81h Ja m2 ccnied I understand lhat both vour cloUiea when you were doing Jamaica and Trinidad have agreed ,| lolipmi ,,, i,, wn We know /7( rfriV t'urrt'nt In pim.iole to the idea. y ery wr || x \\*\ there is no market. Jamaica. As far as this Colony Uul ,pn)cm ber seeing a notice 7^, T he Editor. The Adeocafe— 1 eoncerned. when Mr. BustsW hi,h s-dd that they were to go SIR,—As a frustrated and diamante visited Barbados recently „,. (na i ihey had actually contented applicant for elcctric he w-,i% reported to have s.ild lhat ,p m( to Temple Yard. An>iow, I current. I was deeply interested Since the Pioneer Industries Hill know th.it thev haven't up to the m the Hon. H. A, Cukes defense had been passed in Jamaica Uicy time of writing this letter. Bul of tfie Electric Supply Corp. and had developed a large number of fc i r do you agree with me that his suggestion that the Chamber the sooner Ihey go the better. of Commerce consider the quesThankniK )TOM Sir for space. i, OIl 0 f asking the Electric Com1 um vours respectfully. pany to connect everybody even I it meant load shedding industries. This Coli therefore would be looking for r. 1 n irhaUi to ship UM factured products to. A Custom* Union followed by Federation would enable Jamaica to obtain an outlet for the sale of """* ,-oods In Barbados and the Windward and l.cewarrt Islands free DISGUSTED. TssMfM To Coil To Thr Editor. Th.' Adi'oeate— The C 0111 pan y howeve r. Ihelr excuse to the Vestry for only supplying twelve lights. never mentioned any shortage of of UC ssr-ja rrs=. SL9LLtt* %  ";::."'.; >*''<^i !" S ^>^v>*.fs^ZS'tL'Zl "^Zil"?,'"""" Age SHOULI> a policeman's lot be ended at 63 1 whether he likes it or not? Two hundred and forty policemen, faced with compulsory retirement under a new law, appenl in New York. HUM wtlli ba SI It has shown ItatU In many ^L^SSS wL vet siren to. „,he, t,xat,on. Ba. Vuli(;Uli Iu „„s and Mill of us ^ir wUfS refusal lo InVtal curbados In urn has noth ng to hou | fl bp thankful. There *~ ,enl to u* middle claw applicants. export to Jantaici free or dut> ^ ime 0 f u w ho are planters, and who arf u^yajiv a frald to express Trluldad. This colony to a others who make their living by „„,. ire i V ences lest we be somewhat leaser extent is In the ihe crop*, but all of us depend tinused hvourabta po altsfin .,. 1( i banaal by the land. It bag bean said that Ihe eiThere is not a single thing Uul So serious || UlU shortage that l.d lishmeiit ol Fnuamuan WSMH nan ean bouen which is not the Company ruts removed the m.ille Ihe West Indies to aptaken from the earth. God still meter and discontinued proach the Colonial Office from a manifests his miraculous power from a sick lady who had to use united front. Now Mr. Editor. io-d.iy as in the days of yore, an electrical appliance, this be* Often doev this become ne-cefHe does not ask of us water to spite of a letter from hei sar% Whet, such an occasion be changed into wine, but after >et they granted the Ul the case of the Sugar B long process. His water is nd power to sand hi Question which hes just been setchanged Into various gifts; certled a Commission was sent from lalnly, we are as much surprUo.' the Colonies to Umdon to argue as at the wedding feast. Thi'Mir eaV wbi ( h served Its puryear all Barbadians should more S'i^rt'^^J!; ,ose and can be adopted on than thank God for the bMixi* JJ Si^^^T^^ keening '. I:KfCOfl IM, an 1 "" "" %  "J ' !" .bundant rain of The ( %  overnment Electrical Inspector. MiHssua disaster* have lh, •' w uUI remove Hie impression %  \^^ir^ '"-vtn, bid them, and may we praise Him loured. (tTwhat are we to gain bv aval UM nwra En Hi* mercy and this h E PIKRSCN ARCHER It) What will be the cost to ^ tmmm BK 6th Avenue. the taxpayer? <> J n >' l9 BellevUle. Outside Blair House the crowds shouted Yea, Winnie!" A Washington department tore took the entire back page of a news'jper for a huge wartime photo of him—"We <>in the millions of Americans who greet his extraordinary man, typifying the spirit f the great British Empire." Said the irrepressible taxi-driver: "He's a mart old duck, all right." (And "smart" in \mencan means shrewd.) CRACK IT IS NOT all honey, though. Two MidWest senators, Henry Dworshak, of Idaho. ind Bourke Hlckenlooper, of Iowa, both Re>ublicans. say: "Churchill, as a realist, should know lhat various United Nations countries. neluding his own, have not co-operated fully %  1 the Korean war." QUOTE "BRAilNS have no sex," says a chic. fiOI year-old grandmother named Mrs. Maybellt I Kennedy from Pawhuska, Oklahoma, who gets sworn in tomorrow as Assistant Treasurer of the United States. She thus become; the nation's No. 2. "T-woman." No. 1 is hei lifelong friend, Georgia Clark, who is Treas urer. ENTERPRISE AS SOON as Hollywoods Hal Wallis read 11 his paper about that gallant sea captain he nipped right over to register the title "Tht Flying Enterprise." And burly Burt Lancas icr will play the lonesome Carlsen. TV TROUBLE—1 GOVERNOR HERMAN TALMADGE. ot SelMdje'*. London is one of the many famout buildings which have been painted with International Paints. If you require the best in paint* alwayi specify International %  Our ager.ts will be glad to advise on the paint for your |obTi {>/*' %  /•/ %  > jffot DA COSTA & CO., LTD. COMMISSION DEPARTMFNT ROYAL DECREE A Very Fim Sherry nv HOVAI. DK P.O. BOX in), BRIDGF.TOWN, l'.\KBADOS ,','s,*,:;' r ','.\ ,*,*.',',',:%'*'*•. Protn whlen 1 curvet 1' be number ithm Irainstalled. meter floors, of bungalow: %  st year had feel that ind can be adopted future occasions When our legislative bodies are also tor the 1 mi this matter I suggest peat No sei thai they keep In mind the fol^"J^'" > been Yours faithful!.. iiniui! HUM T00DS DELICIOUS ANO^ THRIFTY For vour Bufffi Em #0 Georgia, well-known for his extreme VktWl ^ ?u8?ARD 8 pownrR on raci* questions, complains that some ol 1 a, „.. m America's most popular TV shows are upenh \ Boutin^ the South'*segregation laws. He doeL not mind when Negroes appear in their acts alone, but objects violently when "Negro men 111 -''" m dancing ensembles in close juxtaItattoH to white females." Cracks back Arthur Godfrey, product <>i g ^HROOMB • ne of the shows attacked: "Has the Governor *; heard that Negro boys are fighting for U B Korea?" *: TV TROUBLE—J £ MRS MARGARET WHALEY. city libra£ ALL BRAN SHREDDED WHEAT GRAPE NUTS KRAFT CHEESK ANCHOVIES 1 SARDINES 1 PILCHARDS I SALMON 1 A8PARAOUS ITARROTS ding rooms are being badly \ e. Reasons: Users of techni-jS the library's readii strained for space. cal books say they can no longer concentrate at home because TV is tuned in non-stop. 101' f tMiir-f thiw 'l> it I'll if it l.i J & I! 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PACE TWO IIUIHUHIS ADVIK ATF. TUESDAY, IAMU UTS Ccmib Calling M B. C. M. ADAMS CJI.G Leader of th< %  \ Hmhlj n % %  %  unalca on Sunday >.ftcr altciulini. II* annual meeting of U*t Council o* of the Wrt ir. i % %  hi a a member Mr Adam* left Barbados o** .lanuary lMi; Back from B.G. B ACK from a six-day visit t<> %  Guiana (v, dad) to Wbaf Com* L A Eggicof Civil Aviation m this area He rrturned yesterday morning h\ n W [A First Meeting M l' 0 A 0ROMM1TH. Admins i .try of • nic>ting of the Governing [tod> Of 'he Easier:; Institute la the abatnee, Uirough illness of Mr. Framptoti. < I> an I •Pi Ajrleiilture Advlaar. Mr Grosrmilh went on board ttM Gnlwte when she .ailed here \ ll Kil1 "k r MO formerly %  .'• of Uganda, who wan en mu'e lo Trinidad to Join the slaff of the Imperial f Tmniral Agriculture, as Professor • trrfeuHurff ("u I bright Agreement L KAViNu foi da> by B W I A H. A. Til ii London of Hi.Fulbrtejit Comim i: arrived here icccnlly from Jamaica. The Ful bright Commission la an agreement batWfJan BrMaln and the USA. for the exchange of research stuacnls and Othil Liiivcr*ily worker* Annual Leave M R. AND Iflta FKF.I) TOPP1N irrtTtd tron On Baarnl ii w i A to spend two week'' holiday here. Staying with Mr. Toppin's parent*. Mr. .out Mrs. A. R. Tnppln Of en," Hasting*. Mr Topi in who is with Bot JUfSl'l Branch in (.rrnnrla Is on U |v lli< wife i* tho former J' Grenada Visit A T PRCSKNT on a holldry i .i ii. Granada to %  •.-.r w Fni\vthc Of the DiOceas Of Antigua. A son of Mrs. Blanche forxvthc of Virlon.i. SI. Mark's, . ,, in the Virgin Islands stoos lc.ivtiiK OoslrtoJgton Collage. Barbadoi, %yhere ho studied for the ministry. POCKF," CAtTfOON OSRI Hi I w. \ i ; ii Up and About M AJOII nuiiKin w.' Montraal who optnad the Cancdinn Bank of Comir. %  ring from an ; % % %  ptour laj .it hi* iiome in Montreal up and about las) winti-i VtotUng their daughter and SOn-ln-law, Mr. and Mrs. liar. St foatpl A Son M lt CUTHBERT MARSHALL. M i \ I rag irrlvad from Trinirdaj morning nnd expeels to he here until the end of the month ii shall ha* lust become a proud father, ihls wife, the farmer Jean OeJt, presented him with i son on Thursday January 17th. Canadians Jubilant A CANADIAN (Hand talk me that Canadianvtthttng Barbados are generall> jubilant ;.t Canadian Funds reaching par ..iih rs and soma art of the opinion thai us fund, maj ba at .i saghi dtocouoi baton loni Laka a irvrMii view of mtagr a discount on Canadian fund* would give Canada in the few competitive export rn.ukcK avaUabsa lavalopmant of Canada's natural resources haa increased greatly In the past few years and new sources of oil in Western are reported weekl* production has reduced oil imports substantially and with OH • \|H>rt of raw and products to the US has relieved Vie dram on th< Incidentally the successful method i>f indirect taxation in Canada has attracted wide and favourable comment in the U.S. as the be* method yet devised to fight Inflation and has attracted large investment and venture monies Into the Canadian commonwealth Delayed Departure M R and Mrs. Alfonso B do Lima return* I.. HWIA. They %  Tipanied hv two da Ugh1 Mra on ;• and Mrs. de Lima orl| on January' 17th. but at Hkf tofl momeiu had to change plans. M ii Lima i' Managing Director of Trinidad Jewel. Loan Ttmlllari and lie also has a branch store in Barbados. Three Week* M R AND MRS T. MALCOLM MILNE of Trinidad who had laying .here .lied to Trinidad over the weekend by HW.I.A The) were accompanied by their daughter Claire During their three week vi-lt II staying at Accra Guest House CAW Manager, St. Lucia M R AND MBS F S. POTTER flew in from St Lucia over Iho waofcsaid bg KW.IA. J running champion Arthui Win) who Is a medical helping to organise the ball. "We are not very good at calypsoa in Jamaica", ne said, 'though 1 expect I could write nm if I tried." Another helper. 21-yesr-olr Valerie Howard, vice-president ol the University Union, g>| lay a' interpreter lo a group of members of tr.. Union of Students. She hopes t> get gifts for the ball from BpartWl universities. At the Carnival Ball. Cnltosjs Unions hill probably lake part In a Mardi Gra procession, dancers will be in fancy dress and usually sedate room s of the tTnlvatsllf building will be reI Jamaica Inn. Caribbean Room. Kingston Hall and Rummy Retreat. Hollywood Itnilllil-I |i HOLLYWOOD. Jan. 21. Ii goes without saying that Hollywood, in the rule of succcslul salesman, has not contemplated -ny changes in presentation or personal appearance trips as compared with la programme. Actors and aclresscs have again been selected lo address civic student bodies in tl) ia %  !.,'. %  Opars forums are again pioviding players with the chance to talk at first hand wlih ordinary ltd indirectly pay for then salarle) The main thing, however, is th Ity presented by the trips to have fans m< %  I lies In Uu n.-h On that alone. aa almost every Hollywood publicist srottld n ontnnd proyaei iwarranted. An idea of ih< area covert i marls. i ill' was obtained by i nt Texas visits headed by John Wayne last vear. The troupe travelled 2.604 kilometres, made 85 appearance IWd 318.000 autographs, gave away 350.000 %  movietime" souvenir*. Initialed RMT organisers as a means I'libliclty 13 1 I Klhj WAY I ty Beachcomber B.B.C. Radio Programme W HEN I read that an industrial Arm had incatvad an ordar for flO.000.000 worth of large b-nlers. I picture, i US merclal traveller who jerured the order being congratulated 1>> the head of the firm, and modestly sttribUUng his success to a daily -jiieiring of his ball Wit*] BttlbbOKm*, UhB hau oil wl i. h Is tho p.ut what %  lot of rebuffs ho musi have received And snhat fun II must have been, after haggling with people—("Won't you order just one little bolter?**) to land this whale of an order I also picture to nu %  U Ina foreman, when handed the order, shouting through a megaphone "Attention everybody. Drop wha'. you're doing, and start on C 10,000.000 worth of large l-.il. i III /'-.'--Ml; A PLEA for more international sport, as the best inethod ol improving inteniatioT.il relation really boils down to getting the Russian^ to play eiicket. as I have often pointed .Hit. IU an ing them to say thai Stalin Invented eileket, and by awarding I hem Test match status, we might bring about %  Ml I feeling "A i > %  games." said a profes>>ional f.t %  bailer who kukid I Other day. "would have the support of .iii iight-thmkiiig people." The clergyman who is in trouble for leaving his parish lo go to Yugoslavia, where lie hoped to purchase a llontansMI forward, had the right idea. It ix now up lo the British Council to lecture to thO Bulgarian*. On last year's county av.i Ptirii-ririu. Pii/fin." 'TtHE traffic In stolen fleas X surely cannot be what is called fclmost universal Who would buy them hut th* •-.• of flea-circuses or Iheir agents* I read that there was one i :h.--. (hefts thO Other DO] i; to stop this scandal would ba t< apply 'he ft aaoi JoHiai %  "ootball tern, and eneourau.trai 'i • with high prices for ouutandmg / %  Oftencc. fleas; fhe niulil is lono. says the Spani'i'i proverb Hi,.'I 'I you /.( %  // %  r. it I T dnew not aurprtog me to read that an alcohol which If used for liqueurs is now beaUf mixed with petrol. It will soon be noaclbso to May at home and drink petrol Instead of tearing about In a cat man rang] up a garage the other daj and ajpnrtad, -M, ,.H\ tunied luitle 1 "You want an aquarium, not a garage." vouchsafed the iiii'.lt.nii! with cunstd•k-rrold A N article giving a Hat of |he terrible humiliations married women have lo endure omitted terrible of all There .ii< husbands who rafura lo rates their hats to their wives' dogs, when Ussy maoi tfaan ni UM stre.-t "He on Flfl," you hear women H3 Never mind. pur misundersto.il creature I Buy your" sell one of those abominable POOd te a. Comb It. brush IL eurl it. tnui it. and enter it for a l>rue at a dog-show. If you get even an honourable mention, your husband will KS,I crasod with pride and remorso that he will buy it %  %  %  I'niliul l/o-/'.. v T KI Mrs. TuekstafT mentioned in tins lolunin in OOtHMCUon With Applewhites Non-Ci lorlty •Circling Iron to, of course, not Iho Councillor H. T Sdrewdratl oUudod to In Mr Woricy-. offensive attach on Itae Dot want Raj V hM %  Development Scheme No .v.,intended either lo "Baby" Neei, ot CoRunander Slat* %  ny inoinveiueiiec caused to Miss Barker. Miss Dolly/ 1 Hunt, or Sir Edgar Searcher is not for one %  Pianist Mrkn h-lly M Y ambition, as I have freiiieiitly said, bus always vnt,. news storlCji to startling headlines. Today I find this; I'amun Seeks Yugoslav Footballer. At once my pen takes %  I me and supplies an i ii of the mystery, with the second headline: Mayor Posts Fish In Money-Uox. Then we come t<> Oie kernel of the matter: Giving the name o( Wtlhwsy, I tail man fell through the roof of a lomnto-store yesterday. "We pawned his clothes," said b-.ixom, fcrtyish Mrs. Thirstie. "as we wer ( afraid he would go away wm, the lomatoaa." gu paant i e rfi levcaled that the man ISM nit hi* way out with the lid of a b[:|-uit tin "We are now bach t. normal." commented a natehbour, Klon-mv Arbroa'.h. \ntliiiiflo ilo with W>A [" %  •I<-P who ieaj utaiuiiFnj near the main* um a spurt .if oil on his head. aiid lam/hi,' (News iiem 1 "pOUHING oil on troubled A porters i* second nature to me," volunteered the engine di ivci My WtasTaW I T has been pointed out to me thai it was La Bell e Oleru. %  Hi* de Merodc. who wa humiliated on a famous occasion by Linne de Pougy. -. THNraa, is to p. si.*t St.. it u : • O m Thr Nni in p m Th tltv BWrvir*. is p m %  • Wad " *' P m PUIH> Mliitinir ft p ir. Hem *.' II m rjt.w ii^.t• P m Prfolil Porlrail. S IS p m Wpl.ii \l.irni. S AS p m SpofU HOWX Up. I p tu Ti tint. 7 10 p m. Nr. Ar-ilytl*. 7 IS p IT* Crttkrl Hrpotl 01 Oh ki' TltliM • C*ir I. S n p m .:p %  II pa %  fra, Oo* Hi. Wrk. Ipm Ml IhPay's A loufh I'D" Tftt Nti lO 19 p m mai ll. F.(iMrui. to IS p m wm..im KVM TalS can %  U HD u • • 1 1 Rupert and the Pine Ogre—15 W Xtiptn II ihinklui to be tuck %  ihr open in ind h, brndi down u> pick up his uck ol fir cooti. Phew. I'd no idci Ihil iteM SM inron* lifc* dHi in ihr pin* wood." he murmait. Wha s ternbW ptftan." "IX>n'i till him lurtu.." ^^sgc*C*C i %  •.a.i .. roused, di DrtaO up^>l bi HiMiit' turn* up in \r. lOi i : ireen oraaj*. if t Osl rd ii %  ii IOBI %  '• BOB CIM*1 '.licsi' Iri>users. ISI i 'in eounuiis iSi i Ons ot BJ t'tn • ir"Urrs* |ti Oil Uir qil. vi*B 111 I'o rest it U ii 1 I > * risi m|ta ii" i rut. 1*1 : Hontniin i.lr: lo n-Koitrr* % %  %  l-.ilK ISI ihi.n m i;ia th raea K Hi i> aea ; %  \ i i |M MI •tW -vrrtly. You wouldn't know h, wn hn* it you h*dn'i sonasaiilly louiid thu dooi. Now huity. I'vi been \6A to (Sow you in* wit honw." And hr W.At Raotrt rapuurswai .ihoul isying iiwlhtr word. STAMDARD BRIDGE . ky M HARRISOI-CRAT Double or overcaii? These factors decide I W 'uen a delendtr eiecu to i in opponent| ^n.ng suit call ne roust > ttur n m.nd that an overcaii la a suit merely suggests the Btniiy so wtn so many tricks Pwlth that suit as tramps ...out double, on the esseottaUy a :nean ol enlisting the partner, ^o-operstion The range ot Hands on whkrn su.* douole can 0( Bads oaeeai ide one Tlie upper a hand ju.it short ot ^snie-BO.ng va.ues under it* osro power Bast, lor example opens (i spade. Soutii Holds: s f AKIOl.sKQIOi; A K J 1 A double will allow ur ortner.nip to get together in .he oea: trump suit without .mmi'.'ed to a game conTact if North is very wear hand..:all lor nwre %  a> fAKJIl, &f K QJ3: all/l U r.a.*< -n opens One sjade Sou-!, tiould mail the game-lore ing overcaii ol Two ypadea '.lie only an* o! en#ur.ng %  ha: North sill not drop the u.dd.na short ol game An I re overran of F.ur Hetria m:gtit tun into kaa •.rump bmaX ierea a slam nuglit be cold in one of tne minors The lower range o( tlat douuc ran sink to aoyunai d'pcnding on the urgency of tha -.'.uatioB Per esampai. boiii -.0> have a part-acorw in tlie rubber game and Bast opens Ont Spade. South holds: &f 1;KJ143;*KQH; • Q 10 5 Any iQUfrrenuig Old is obvious:)' fraught aith danirr but. if South decides to las* ac'.ion In tnls state of eatergew v a double is both safer and morr constructive than a call of To Hearts Experienced players ban a psychopaUitc fear of ulDsrabbi overcaiu at the Two level on a suit of broken texture The double widens the cheace from on* suit to three, not u No-Trumps _. led might b. tropha, but a take-out <_. One Spade I* unlikely to come to icrious harm It is true that Nortb_m ne compelled to bid Two Clubs on four small Clubs and a tncaiaw* handU he Is doubled, a retreat to Two Hearts Is still avatlsblc and may prove a better resting place, in the meantime. South lias given his side every chapce of finding the best spot In lbs %  unibmed liwiio> C I • B I TO-DAY La.l Showlns at 5 t 8 10 p m STF.BUNO HAYDKN VIVECA LINDFORS ISMM1 IMS IICMI" The Strange Story ol a Man Who Denied Cod TOMORROW and THURSDAY I I I 3D p m C.EORGE SUSAN -.ANDERS IIAYWARD DAI1XEY IN I I IS I.I I II I OH Kill WHO! I Ml I IN t'OLOl It by Teennleoiuur . on sisfc I KID 41 %  b a. ia s..—. THE LOCKET B TARZANS MAGIC %  -, M.TCHLV Of FOUNTAIN I'lflSpn ii Mfeejren M osr w\\ l I A £ A ,. I1.VNN f. 1 • Garde ST JAM* UH Show Tn-d... s 9S p m II >M I ll'.N in. iTtU Ot MONTI si v %  WJ a Thui JANETTA DRESS SHOP Lowrr Brond Street DRESSES Nylon Lingerie '" ,l,^ • Han-sups. sup. Lovely Quality and Design Strapless Bras Al 9B Blatk *"" h '" Slses 32 lo 38 COLONY CLUB • MEMBERS' BUFFET DINNER DANCE Each Wednesday 7.30-12 Mldnighl Music by C. B. 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PACE Flf.HT BARBADOS ADVOTATr TUESDAY JANUARY H ] %  <:.: JAMAICA REPLY WITH 243-6 Binns Hits 100 In Fine Style it \IS>I \\ M III I It BARBADOS—1ST INMM.S 1H JAMAH \ HI mid • %  IOd and MBl da last nraafc HI succession— even 100. In Jamaica's MCOn ml mi innings, he sh.in.-d U a Mill vicldcd a single. While Marshall' I ,s %  nmideii. ii Leod to The luncheon interval wait taken score 71. McLeod played %  painswith the score al 30 for the lo-* •>' taking innings for 79 and Neville lhjw wlrkcth N llonitlti w Boniito. -. good supporting .,„„ no ^ b,u !" %S Bnrtedo. i-.vi.ng a. the MfI ** ftygg"* k0t MM Mean* and ihe ground „ Allcr *" n f n tickling good. Pan bowk *"' rwumpuon, McUi Ingle on tor iht day. nnuhed with Kin* to mid w; ...is Of I Cor 51 in 14 own, bowled a maiden to white Prank King got foi M D aa l tte on drove the first from in the soven, and Kln| to UM lundary and then Norman M.irshall I f %  i ... • %  full one which the batsman had railed tn MfOtlaM. lionitlci I off the back foot to long off lo register another four. ball singled lo mid off. MUdH pitying out the reman over—the last of the daj The score was 243 for ihe MM if six wickets and Jamaica with four second innings wicket still intact were loft lo got 199 runs to save an innings defeat Mille was not out 9 and Mudic 4. Th' scores are as followsHMIMIUS-14 lniUti(> .... MV\ FAINTS \l POUCEM IN'S QUESTION BUI 5.30 p.m. vesicidav. A W. I nt lies On I lor %  ang wenbeing drawn rtCJMt match at Kensing827 Runs from HAROLD DALK SYUNF.Y. J great innings by Alan Hat %  to de%  an W&s the main feature nf today* play. nol ouf um. Gordwi Sc.nlloln.ry ol SI. E?d So'bch'.nT. V J.mc, lg a slrcl, down Bro.d ft* JJgfZFgf&fS, When -J*l l WW pta, vjrtSfi 118 nhed will, seven wickets to fall. %  H %  K BJ ktrai b UM kM i ioi Frank King took charge from the pavttfc n .arm down %  maiden to Btfuia. I %  i King lh only slip Raid off the %  tingle off the iMt lo send 300 up rd Marshall to the extra cover M I the total to 40. Holder rapine ad King nl UM pavilion end. He bowled to Ml.' d who -.HK;!,.,! with HI I li U with *.,;;;;,,;;.:;..,„,. SSJ. -•-" "* %  -..•. ItAKH \ito-H WICKI'.T KLLPER Ch..rlio Taylor goes to HcLeod's assutanre aflai Mi Leod w*> struck by s fast one from Frank King at Kensington yesterday, the fourth dsy of the First Jamaica Barbs3 MV4M lg T. • %  I UM trim 43 including 5 boundaries had yards short of the wuket keeper batwd [or MS inuiute*. who failed to gather, and McLeod branch and ran safely into his crease. The hi II.JI K \MIJI a boundary run aava Bum.his individual 1-r.t... Pincod t William* b Bark** • Thoibourn r Manball b Birr Blunders I b b Kma Ti MS .• H"W.r h KiM C Mcl^oa Ibw b C. H. WlllUms 1 M.idi c King h lloiavr I. Mii:n Ibw b Ki.s i nontrio ibw b affnbjaM O. OoodrMtt* c ruinni b WUIItsi Scarlett b KIWr M. BofiltlK l. Kma J MrLaod I William Heni> Street, opposi* the Canadian Bank of Commerce. lie stopped in front of two Bac h|t 71 ,„ Pollen Constables and looked canw afu t H ^^ ot uln into their faces. p],,,, f„l U re. Once past the hunOne CorutabMi enquired: "Do dte d, he hit with Immem >ou want something wlt h Willy Ferguson ably backWitnout uttering a word. iruJ h|l Scantlebury fell at their Mt% three sixes all off Ring and I* apparently in a faml. fours. The Constables lilted him on to the pavement In Prince Willian I Critics poini out that he had to Henry Street and phoned for a face neither Lirdwall ni.r MtUer Police van. Before the van ar—his chief bugbears. The We*: lived, Scanllcbur>. who hti] iccovercd a little, moaned; 'M> friends caused this, My imtuir. caused U A woman nearby rubbed his head with a lime and offered him soda water. Stum the van arrived and he was hustled off to the General Hospital where tl mined. I,.n MeOoiald b ruchrti r Hi-rii b Ian Johi..n !..: ri), MM k Jafcaas%  • Ian Jcl nowii--• %  M Hin T „r 1I. JotMK VlCTlil a> b Viirnun n rtaaartt b Valmtlnr .... U %  arvr. not out 1 Estra> i Total if^r 3 wlclwl.i IM Hal MB Total 'lot 1 wifkrlii 67 minutes. %  aaA.TWS.sa. a., I (irst from King cquarc |eg off Holder and %  •• %  to DIM leg lor a couple at d l**ajf EdMd fM OCM M mU i B Marshall aovti ciiow %  to bcwlad anotkai maldan %  make his score 95. He tin I %  .. Uej^and, Bonitto got ttirat 10 smaied b. Bm leg -n i bumper rinaleg off Hoktor. Thop and WOQl down t" %  <>• %  Will II : half i•• , Scarlett with hi: I besstd '" ""• n '"' 60 HI* "" ,M bat. The batsman calmly turned !" > V U V Ur „ oar Garner's XI Wins At Football A FOOTBALL MATCH wl rbived al Cllftan on Saturday las ipturnl b % %  i'l'. Egypl Will IVobr Murder of .\UJ • From page 1. Mulliner also will represent I public funeral services for the nun ot 9.00 a.m. on Tuesday. i'nv.ite requiem mass for Sisler Anthony was said at 9.00 a.m. in the Convent today. Her body was then taken to the Roman Catholic church at mail". Moascar, where it will Ik until public recjuicm mass on Ttwadi Johnson told newsinen on his arrival in Ismaihu CO that be fell %  iia-.-v.nabi> eortnln* 1 tb.it there will be Important ic%  %  froq the killing. Any ed m any rellgloun pretty important to bring Jamaica's Innings of 311 to Ml 3n.*> minutos. Scarlett had scorad 7 whlk r ited with 100 J'ca's 2nd lajailtsfft Wit;. %  I : :ilik King .i-.!eii aitk I (rom Ihe I broke ins dink with ,, 11. leg off the %  bowled from the pavilion i %  I ,. %  %  .';, I) BflJ In %  -illy mid on. Each baulite, Preacod turned him to the %  Tborbourn w\ ;i alngto paal i I on to send up ten on DM board and lak |i %  e to mid The lasl WU a buoipl Struck Thorboui Ihe ball going high over the slips lo the boundai rniorbourn soni 10 on the hoard kth a hard %  91 MI foiiilii and played out lb. remainlfu „ext away" to hack' ; took .' long square leg for a single and lake extra oovai offltotdey third lili "' 1, ,| ; 1 1 double n itnke from Barker, whom he livery arm Boniito played oul UM '"' : '" '"'" n '' '"" pilrh McLeod took I single liI,nw T L "' k Off Williamand then %  "*" ">g''s and 130 wenl up to extra cover off Holder Bonitto '* bo -"'"'.'' Next oveKtns bowled Mcgnt H boundarv off Ihla ... u "" oow.ito ai c A Maiden WUllanu bon lad a %  ton McLeod. Bonitto singled w diivc off HOtdOl Md later M c faOOd glanced this bowler lo line leg for a brace. The total was now 64 with Bonitto 20 ud S*oLaod 11. McLeod look UM only MngM off Wiiii.m-enrar. Mar%  haU was now g| v.l %  bowlMcLesMl Houlrd the board. M I I Norman Manhall the wicket KM] %  to the boundarv tn < ,. eon M. 1 . over Blnito. n maidens and Nichols Garni tour goals to Ott* Edgar Haynes and C winners. W. N; onv*for hi* team, Explosion Kills 4 id "Sister Anthony won by just a peaceful person and she had work here. rroopa of Britain, crack ifith bu the I'arachule Brigade moved back %  ad the into [amaUll early on Monday to complAe their search of the ttWM quarter mile strip of the town gdaad oo Sunday in an attempt to lamp oul terror tern— V.f. nl off him. LISBON Portugal, Jan. 21. i bumper, and Jamaica hod An amunlUon dump exploded Wicket for 217 "d touched oft n lire Mond;<> runrw. The partnership had added afternoon killing four worker. 108 run. m 93 minutes, and Mcand aoloualy Injuring — Normat Marshal] • %  %  a maiden tn III LOO I The an i.ti %  i ihg i" -i kets. i„ i ...^ l-eod"s contribution l Tfl -cote.I BgMJ "i" pit One body was %  vi. miles trom the sfiond spell. Tills time ed from the pavillun end to Bonitto who otr drove % %  couple, glaooad to ouni and ttMo goi a neat two between first ai allp, :u cover • %  ff Williams. Mai Binns 10. After Ten Holdei bowled UM Brsl from UM %  1 tluough thr KHM off tb. : %  fourth Marshall bowled '' %  lo Blnm lb idcr also lu MudffOUMd Binns who turned One body was found 80 fattl 'r-r.^rr.' Bajr-*. sr^sffi ; Ug. "" MM .ho bl.„. Girdles and Pantie Girdles Girdles in suci medium and large Each $3.43, $4.69. $5.40, and $6.14 Panne Girdles sizes medium and large $3.59 & S3.94 CAVE SHEPHERD & CO.. LTD. 10 13 Broad Street four tog off tb.' next ball. moved i n to 233, and Ihg pavilion end. Norman Mar hall beat and iowled Binns with bll Ihird ,> 11:m off break. Binns's seotc was 73 inclusive of 9 fours and i live and he had batted for 111 minutes. With b n minutes left for the bowleti maiden end of the da*' play. M.iiei ,r -'* n d^^ I pullad „„. | || the middle, and ,:..„. Hi %  Me r Mudir had taken a gingle off .,...%  ' %  ritovad Kin,; I %  %  Q ih, pail had DM puto :. %  „,„ G ff off ( the fourth wicket in 711 lfoldet and then did \iar. ii. iii Blnn • I Met AIM! glanced one from w lto 2 with n push to nns for a brace and ihen singled thul -.one bowk ,\ M iiHlmi.,. '" %  '' %  l •"' %  B 'o wild up Boiilt dloV, one floin lluldi *. ...?. WlUlasna' next ovw rWidad two minutes. MeLeixl soon got hi With t!u-total at 87. pace bowler ejuding four boundartot Barker was given his second spell dim (0 extra rovei oft I I. P. Thiibo.'! n of Atkion al m xi over %  !! ihen singleit i Ini "iT lha fifth. end Miller took two IllM leg to open his account. Miller again punched William made their firt %  •> li %  King from the sen i bourn and sent %  First Witkcl ( the long an | b) Blnna. This batsman . bowler t (| the fence in front of tht Ken si n gto n pavllson. and next lo ball Atkinson ovei the mid on position to give live Boundarv '""'' '" ,l1 l|,| *'"n t" put in^ William, bowkw .i maldan to ,u,al ; %  •*_. Bonitto, McLeod singled to %  quan Sinirles Jam i cond wicket leg off Marker an,( liitci Boultto T '" %  batanMO took sir.. when Thorbouth puUod BM from ernshad ona frora Barfca I tht "' '' %  '' ; : %  ,l M 4ir ,d cotfor dt 2 v Barker hard and low to Atkinson off boundary to send up 100 on the f !" ** 11 !" Uuwign Ui t.ip beat square leg who took an excelboard after HI BatRUtl 0DV '" ln lent catch to dismiss him. The McLeod MM bis MOn to M With "'!"'' v u B,n n5 ..""T."',',' 1 : acore board read 27—2 lg, B Hta eilt off Williams for a couple "J"", h '' t0 ^ n /?fi?J!!L !" ** Neville Bonitto joined Saunde,.. gnd then s.ngled with %  CtfMl SSLCS *" Ati ** m "•" hut the latter did not last very long drive. '"'' ?'*. ..„_ .„. as Barker again CMTM tMo • Thetttal W now 106 and Ku.-i ff IP Vragfffff^S picture when he had this batsman was given his third -pell. n, f !" 'JfTCSfiifr 0f T rtoto^i Mi.w. with only a single added to bowlod from the p..vilion end to V1 .,, promptly hooked fM four hj the MaL P.un.lci contribution McLOOd who singled with a cut McLeod. Next ball there was e wai I. BarfcOr*a tnalTtU was a past gully off the fourth, but the chanco of a pOMlble run oul I maiden, 10 run which was well m\ bowlwhan limn* pushed one away iwickets. ed Bonitto as the batsman missed mtdoff and ran down tin t H V.McLeod Joined Bonillo. Maran OB dnvc The total was 109 Method was late in starting and shall continued tn tmwl from ihe ; >r t gnd Bonitto who had madeSmU'i 'i^nw \n his return som" WHAT'S ON TODAY Cricket: Fifth DsyPlay of Police Courts 10.00 a.m. the First Jamaica-Barbados Test at Kensington Oral — 11 ." in. Meeting of the House of Assembly3.00 pn. Police Band Concert at District "D" Police Station 7 tf. p.m. Mobile Cinema Show at Crab Hill Plantation Yard — 7 46 p.m. Thr Wsuthtr YF.STF.RIIAV It i infill from Codilngton. nil Total rainfall for month to date: IB in nighnal Temperature: S4.K T Lowest Temperature 70.f> *F Wind Velocity: miles per hour Barometer ( a.m.) 20.974 (3 p.m.) 20.B73 Kl-BAV Bnurlas: 6.12 am Sunset: ,.R| p tt Moon Ijj.t Quarter. Jaiumry They'll Do It Every Time .—— By Jimmy Hado ^S5* w SJasS**^S4 HORNIMAN'S TEA m PAA Enjoy the hospitality, comfort and thoughtful Mrvice which have made PAA "first choice" of veteran travelers the world over. NEW YORK \ ... 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TUESDAY JWTARY 22 12 n.\Rn\ncK vnvo< \ir PAcr nvF Ctvlc Circle Wurtfl To lii.nl Hedge M IN IIIAIMM;. n of the %  9100 to i %  %  %  %  that '.'w iimimnn of the -it* ma> be enhanced C mmiHc? lid bi considered in I I %  %  out that *• I %  I %  of tl the Chnr hi i lisufsed %  HI out of %  %  %  iot r $100 %  thai the fe used to i' %  v k Cm Ic to prepare hart been .... 'In .' %  had now lost much of it* former beauty. \:s v w hOUld inform the Committal' %  >! the "lie position i-egai-dine the %  .pending of the UM) point .mt th.it the matter could not be %  (OM March. i Aie WM not opposed to UH \. M. %  riling aside the invpent under the %  direct sup.Tvt.ion of the Churchs ,_ /„„,.„/, /,,„.„,/.,„ wirden. but he would not agree I' to anv "nunider" spending a cent of money Th| nrreplrd by the Ve-try and the Clerk WM .ns ru'-tn.i to reply :<'cnrdtngly. 25/For \\ fJimtatag \\ ill. ItottiY ii \ I L H \ %  \l S II \ i Mi. Kail :-.! nd S M days > • .luling Ivy l I f. 8. 8. L> %  Ivy Drakes told that on %  > (..!.., : 1 ho bom* .ii %  ] %  i Bol BUlU %  rlt* %  bottle and as .< i .i wai cut This A %  b It. H S|.,l„. 1 svd Teeth Loose Gums Bleed If net *Ted bat vrklng %  Ulvatie-n, please write lor I Id I HOOK Which Make* GODS WAY OF SALVATION <-td the tii-. t>an of h.. aii. wi.l t.ifc.NURSE 1DAILA FEHO'JEBON Ueftl ha. -ccond part of th* com** In Juaa ihiyear Nuraj Fsrgui*aon wan formerly employed at toe Children* Goodwill LeJU* and Bahy Creche for Urea yearn before she left the iMand for England with a batch of other Barbadian girl* i* -aid that *he It. eo)oyiiig her *tay in England and everyone la kind > i letter to Mr John Be. undergoing practical training at Ht Marga ret'. Hmpital. straiton. England %  %  %  IN hen lishing Moats Tv ifo Ro/mirvd %  the ST. JAMES VFSTRY APPOINTMENTS Mr. S. II. M.inlah m I -.' % %  Guardi.m of the Si James Vei%  Mi J C. Criell to 'be •Mrs. Mil only nbi>ul H s Benurn IB B*D*I Marled UN IblllM, HOA1i, tie repair, d it Batbahefaa beloi th>.. return to Ashing. rhU .i UbtHnln Bald >es.enlii> I'd. i .-pairs will bo the usual nniior rvpaln wkdeh irq Bturted in anno illy, before ihaj painted, There M* "vj M | thin (Chairman Welcomes St. James Vestry BEFORE the bu|inH| of the St. .lames Veatr) WM in _. lay, the Eta Canon Johnton, Chsurnuui tri the Vestry, welcomed mcmberi ol the new Vestry, and aftei ling %  fpaclal wercoma to the new members, paid I the work done on the Vaatry by Mi It. SK. andMi D I Wabata who reaignad at the end of the yeai the \ a lUkssl %  %  ran staki A Qillu Drake %  i %  %  .HI in inaddress Mi i> % %  with the can ..[ AH. mi who i' n .mill %  D %  croft ami Me, i' %  WeStei .it OahaDj ataaon WBATBOQI I OMiitioNMi Pltl Willoughby Wa'.cott rinf the pa [dace ble '• P eh er t nan who lett Baihp| ;| Uia aheba and returned with Bah Mil. the old dab MatsdevUt*. Mr Thr irge^t amount of fish r.•land w hunt I a I %  I ( %  ( appointed a brought In on Friday and Satui ">e pnatnl on the Church day last respectively There was [the St. John Bap%  onaa difficulty i (l aattbii I M %  | i rich S"ld on Friday but the B, IJ,,,,,, brisk l|g was an lodlcaUoo of '. urn I %  ; ;;;,.-^fo,,r p M, Joe, itp'e ioc aI i & c< Ltd.. previous site i Bathsheba playing Arid. part ugb .H.upvniK g placsVestry asking thai th. VaBbr) % %  Qftqu 1 %  1 uh •on w-i not a mcmbei for some method at prhsclple rate-payei M rheli Honoun Wall It, tint'iiairman are assc-s.-d. with .. rit I %  owing n the Una of m< puea iHaaallafaml veatrymen, and Mr. Jeamaon also gave notfew Ihe bottle and 1 they were all hoping that his of four oUm moUorul U> b to ihe Vaahn wouM riderad il tht next rneetlng of 1 f hi? %  ueces^ion. the Vestry. They wart ..,„ o-) u. w the Playing rkffldi Commliw. r ^ %  „,, ( .„ llt> .„ IltI has decided 10 erect decbiion and ti j th# ing 11.1,1 which would th benencia to Ih. 1 ntln 1 %  nity and by ... ehudrcn and adults to have recreation? 2. "As the cost of Ii. .! %  M HI the Veal %  00 foi th. 11 i *.t 00 f"i 11 opening?" bt vorthj llrnkeii aWviOf NEW ARRIVALS NEW YEAR AT nriATimilllAIIS Nail Nipper* 1'apor Knivea to Caw Indian Bath Boap Tek Tootli 1 Com Pads (J. B Ji Mu.lerole Tel.o Jock Btrap* Belladonnit Plaaler* B*by CieaA and Lotion Ese an ce of Chicken Essence of Baof Nongal In Pkand Tln I 1 t in Pk* and Tins Aiumol Xuppo*ltonr> %  TeatMlUM Banogyl Tootk Paulo Ruthymol Tooth Paato LloydAdrenalin Cream Brewer** Yeaat Tnl>l*tClarke'i Blood Miilmr Oly ft Black Ciiriain 1'i-iilc II a lib ..range Allrulniry'* Baakt Storaiyl Olii'iii.ni Hall 1 Win* Thermo* Haaks Agarol Vesamu Tablet* Analge*k Balm Ca>tor Oil Capaillea Oad i.iv.r mi f|g|g*alii Bun OosKlr. I.II kln.f-l pt Due Arrid Deodorant Porimwln (for cough*) White Boa* Lotion "Souvenir*' Playlug Card* Daachlen* Bymp Pr Werner* Powder Lanalol fall kind*) CHI 11 VUllllHilllll) III). HEAD or HKOAII HTKEI'T Toffee MADE IN U.K The Peifection of Confection WALTERS PALM TOFFEE LTD PALM WORKS LONDON W. 3 MnlClILriUiAl, REQUISITES 1 von av si00ik 1x11.1 in: • CUTLASSES • SICKLES (L O. and B.Y.) • SUGAR BAG TWINE • ELWELLS CANE BILLS • AGRICULTURAL FORKS • do HOES We Offer THE HIGHEST GRADES AT THE LOWEST PRICES Ithlain Our Oni.>/.„.< v //•/#•.. It..,,,,,,, I ls,;ih.-r,HARRISONS £ Hardware Store TEL 23G4 mill. P:u-isli Church. ...„ n „_ He di. Sh-rllv befure the last House "died .the BuildinRC.im.. e.. wciil into the matter, and after having been B n; " „„,.. I..r C900 bv Mr. Denny, a contractor. Ihe Vestr> ta petlUoned the leRislature for permission to .. • %  The petition was placed before the House of Assembl> und a h; ,„_,, Bill introduced, but was not gone throush wilh. clue to the bu ,„ dij no! cxpeil tlic Ufa ..l 1.1 ba mv tuna in Ihe fact that the Local Bill would M-.TI I... ,',uf r £900 bv Mr. Denny, a contractor, the Vestry 0 ,.-.. ;::;";;:,„.„ „,e *&~.j* hss-Ji* r^yzsrig for that parish, all Ihe parishes, and it proroeation of the legislature t hiaa that unpn-iuK**""" %  • |V migri hav to be taken over til ihe Loeal Oovarnmant Bill and ii Jordan, the Churchbv the Central Government. the Public Health BUI : tinmailer under 'Mr. Jordan and Mr. Searlc. Migpam I lhaj *ould just lie m;.rkmatten ariainf out of tnc mmaaatad th;t the matter should be ut. ha pointed out '.he |.iiiin ruftrred until March by which ind Mld mat th time thev should know the outWhOle ii-.i'-tei DuId have to be come of the Local Oetrarn gone into again baton ttuq could Hdl. and h the legislature for perNun.es' Quarters. to raJM Ihe loan. lot Ch a irm a n rcmindeu the Wilkinson aaid thai the two members that the matter ol should do constructing, a new rOM i"i KM now that the Local Governrne.it Church was not alternative to aOJ Hill wai going 1" I* dealt with, other matters which should be the I 01 i-nntc i rv provide a B use i for use along the S' coast at laatl ihiie I week to keep roadk end iiaaehe* %  md 4 "For the if] gl the Alt will tin T-.il. I fa th) • %  !. %  roe %  bietlhjl iMl 23 lor Speeding worried wai THEIR HONOntS Mr II Ihe thairman that he Vaughan and Mr A J II II ould endeavour Jp work In harKheU, Ju.lges of U nv paaca and goodwill with Court of Api" m e mbe i m UH waied Joseph w (letin;. %  of El Mr w n W..1..1; ilao thanked InatalmnU or two m lead to ''""' "' w "h hard labour -ga. thai he n-iulil try to speeding while driving the aid, and be I for the food of ,,u M 2534 on Baj weal j A. Walcott woa worried was wanted, ..-—., %  | ;.-*ed change therefore thought that the pen %  !"• T(e v, in of Loeal Govl.on should %  House. Tnt chairnmn i..n rCqiH led L " xt '^ trnment Ajtminnrtratlon would and if it wai not entertaineo:. not aUael the raUtaa of ^ ii-n then no blame could be attached lh(1|r ,0-.,^,,,, Ml 1; ,, us was th.Can *ith St. Lucy to ihe Vestry and Mi Webal 10 -..•.. : '' x v.ho trual uiiiutcessfullv to ral*e When member* yuggestcd that ..,, ,,.,.,.:,,(.„,;. rnitntaTs i |,! %  '"" •' %  l 1 "' ''' a loan due to the Maude bill, ttic propi*-.i MnrtructlOfi would h< vestry. Laahley—attachefl to the J „ cost more than was on tad ->• M, %  )( johnaon .d*., loioad Vestrv Debts months ago, the Chairman, a*W1(n (hl> ,-,,.,,, The qiK-slioii w.i* aho raised as sured Ihem that if the, wen ,,,,„„ ,,. Ul( u ,„ ,, ,„„., to whether the House of Assemable to rai-• n< l ,.',,,,,,, .,, \], | tan ..11n the petition to go of a loan, he WOUld undertake to (ror uH| hr W||S ((n<> nf tngin Aooe) x cort amountlnil to */through U Ih. fact that raise the remainder. s:vc We „ t nd me whom |h( j. 1 I Ihe change coming The Vestry decided to send the v.strv wnuUI greatly imb defendant nt-out, debts in.urred by the Ve— llranrh .il Central l-nll.c z* IraveUlii hour on IS. 1Sir el' III. MM I I FOOII AIU.\I\S Tor lib This Week English Potatoes—per 10 lbs $1 20 English Potatoes—per 6 lbs 72 Onions—per 5 lbs on Condensed Milk M,irie. Sweet Asst. Custard Creams. Trl Fruit Puffs. Cream Crackers—i-.. Ih Pkt 54 .40 Danish Saliimi Sausage —per lb %  lb. Pku Dutch Pea* & CarroU—per tin Dutch Green Cabbage—per tin Dutch Sour Crout—per tin : trick Cream—per tin Smorgons Frankfurterswr tin COCKADE FINE It CM $1.31 I 00 .51 42 2B 33 .11 Vri.YSf *;#.. StOTTA •*.. aUnt aVve*f *i SanMat ewf Fir Hi Aid 1 <>'*>!• ims 1*1 # # roi*#Mf/"ft* aw n Imittl ALOCINE A Concentrated Chill & Fever Drink hBMOa r I'.iraaitic Skin Troubl"lllVMfil. IMI l.sinv -worm. kill DRf.NCII A Mild Saline Apoi i LEANSINC, IIBI-Sfll F< l throwing of! Il hi unit t RA An Abswrbeiil Dresiing for Animals. tAHAKOFF A t'oinp'd Cough hUxl Also KOMOUAN Bl Powder. KOSMII I \N KORSOLIAN M neral Bupph KNIGHTS DRUG sfioms "•January • a W! %  : Bli Size Bin time for new TOWELS : COTTON TERRY TOWELS 1 in. x 42 in. Basil $2.26 A DI x 48 In Each $1 99 %  •< 41 in. Euch $1 90 COLOURED TURKISH TOWELS Size 16 in. x 32 in. Each 90c. Size 20 in. x 40 in Each $1 56 Size 21 in. x 42 in. Each $1 % Size 33 in. x 66 in. Each $5 07 DYED COTTON TOWELS V\ I" Blue, Oreen, Pink. Size 22 in. x 41 in Each $2 10 WHITE H.S HUCKABACK TOWELS 14 in. x 22 in. $102 18in.x27in $ 1 11 18 in x 32 in $ 1 63 WASH CLOTHS Size 11 in square, Each 26c CAVE SHEPHERD &. Co., Ltd. 10-13 Broad St.



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TUESDAY T \si \u\ ..' I'l,: ll\KB\IH)S \IIKK \TI PA| rniii i I .... .. 1-.,, : ;.... Josey Hill Road To Be Repaired TWO thousand, two hundn-d %  id seventy-richi ei fnt Road. On the motion of Mr. J. E. T In I:IIII. >.e.-ondcd by Mr. G. Q UM \'estiv decided tO reply t. the %  of UM proposal. KxhlWH— %  TtM Vestry awarded one of two %  Cotartdt* Parrj School to-ceorge %  v. .:.. %  %  Giitmh of Pi*Conwr. lii 1 I'd tinaw^rd of the other exhibition petidmx litttlier information. Pie Conwr Roari On UM motion o) Mr. Broncawi l 1 rttted to the I>I Of lliglv OMpOrt thni %  %  kfetra to Mi. <:nfliih\ %  Thl' IT L. %  %  %  ton from Ml AU \ 1 35 other resident-..*king the \'< \i\ t:• recommend the im%  Hail Ugkuai \ %  %  %  : from UM P M < • I>I KJrton, 1 om| me bad lighting of In 1 1 n X*MU *o> a 1 1 <; rd u reported that lighting arrangement' had baa there had since been adequate 1 Or. Kirtou hut sent in his Natfrnatton M %  Coo nn ksnai 11 Health for the parish. On Ihr >*r. UM ir.stniiied UM dirk to write i)i KlrtoB rwnjaollng him to • Uon, partleularlv in view of the fad that UM and <>f u* only two months off and a doctor Wli an txtrtffltl) valuable memlw I Dioce-.au B in d The foUOWlni rielc, appointed to represent the church and chapel* in thi Dion Synod:I PofMh Churr'-. Mwrs. Colin Ward gfJd II St. Clements. Mi T rrenee Baker: s* B% J. E. Marvillc. I.SM lliiildiim Cttea Mr. C. De C. Howell ,.nd Mr. G. G. Harris were appointed members of the Building Committee on the motion of Mr. Brancker seconded by Mr. C. 11. Yearwood. Mi HnwHI gnd M. Hjrriss take the place of Mr. W. L Greaves ami Mr. J. R. Alleync. Legal Opinion In the absence of the Churchwarden Mr. E L. Ward, J.P.. certain questions by Mr. I 1 were ai The Vestry decided H I opinion of I ..s to the Of their noan of Health 1 their seats a* Vestrymen at the I.-; alaeCleaa, Rev. Pestaina. rector of the Pariah, welcomed the new \> 'n men Messrs. L. L. Bourne. (; 0 Harris and C. De C. Howell before the business of the day w s begun. Factory's Ashe* Under the Head General Business, on the motion Of Mi Brancker, the Vostry iiRaln deetded i" write la ii"' BaereUry of Mt I Palrfleld Ltd. in connection with the ashes nulsannfrom PalrWalil racury la 1 In the surrounding area and reouestui; that further ureent steps DO l.ikcn to abate thi-. nul Drop In Aiislraliu's sugair Ce„M>ii will total soc. tons, an against 920.000 I i; w in. r .v <-.,. iba Km v. tconomlat bt kart. An alH OOO %  %  (Of homo Uon would HI. 166.000 tans for export, it was pointed 1 The in j : train 1 %  Britain 1 dollar jHuition, the firm aid. Since the United Kingdom purantJn Australian exl>ortable surplus. UM roduition % %  ': %  %  sugars or a reduction in U.K. pointed n.r.r. B.W.L $ Spending • Mam Hm I international currency would collapse beore the end of 19S2. The task of MM eonftraoca hu.l been to recomBiand to participating governHunts, first, shorter measure* to areas reserves to an adequate level which alone could je-i-i..Misli into OOnfManea In sterling, ami seeondb to prepare long tenn plans to increase production suftlcientlv lo put the sterling area Into a and stable balance with the external world and to Induce h h would cncourai:-on a* main9 \ to invest capital in tin The conference full* recognised that short term mr.i Mithar a perma.1 desirable Milution. But. said Mr Gomes "A preliminary Mep must be to cut our cloth acroidmg to our^neans and the ulLitiun must be to make mora cloth. And all mn must be mobilised to thi> and Vital littered He tieiwed that strcumii ..f terllng wn of vital interest to 1 aaho could nut in tunaa of danger. Indeed the West lo1. i.i: raaponsibtUUai iK-iauie jii-t tnentlv lhc\ bad moved Into a doflell *'tth DM Olll.1 p 1 %  A. I OMW I •'..., paj ,ri.; 1 i.'.. H ill although Ihcy had long spent 111010 dollars than thO) had aartMd. What enabled %  111 !' %  A .1 Ifli 1 tli" t ii i.lher rgl< %  M llaya and Wt Africa which In %  II in than they h In these circunist-'M said; "it Is up to us to do what we can to put ourselves at least in balance wild the rest of the world. We have dune so In the pit. We can do so again l>y the exercise of some raatralnt arblcti should not involve grave hard ships.-' Mr. Comes concluded 1 ) pu ln| tribute to Mi Uyttelton and %  > omclab) eonoomad In the Colonial Office who had glvl i. -O Mnl 1 delegates He *iad been Given I" 1 oppottunlt] to pul UM I We-t Indie IN.I h,.th he Mi Wa wten, PlMOeteJ Secretary of 1 Mi Mi Laod I and Economic Adviser of the Windward lsi.,110 u, whom bo was grateful, had been %  Ivan .1 walcoma whuh was bout %  farm and ho pitahh Shi|>|iin<: Vjroals Gel Two \\ fi-ks For iioiisiillal MMIS %  i 0-.1 • ixiPMwnttani. ST. GEORGE. Jan. 10. Shipping agents here have been ajlowan .1 I wo-wai K 11 consullation with then prloctpali Ml wtesj 1. of long drawn out ncgoti.it Monday with represent.itiw of arnan over demands fo increased pay and unproved %  or) ing conditions. The lonKshorvmen. represented by the OratMda Workers 1 Union, at kg proposed an alternaUva to a previous demand for a SO per cent, wage boost, asking 33* per cent, and an additional cost of if n half-cent for the official cost of livinti kg -fed this, wages per hour of longshoremen would be as followsForemen $1-49. chief warehousemen 0tk\. Moral and truckmen Bite. Besides this principal dm md. the agents also have to put baforO ihoil |iinicip..l> .1 demand for double pay for work nfter mid* night instead of time and | %  |ii> 1' The agents, it is m. %  new rajc would be above those obtaining in Trinidad .md it aaaanad ti unlikely thai their pi would grant them. They al 1 a way in regard to n demand that aaj '•• retrospective from November 21, INI, which they intimated .it •" earlier meetirtj:. The auents have xuaranleed a iriiiiinuni of nro limn 1 %  lied out and immediately available and also agreed to pay dOUbla tone f • %  itarted al there waa Uttla tuna i" pondai over the porfl %  l r.miiei .1 ama pans of UH world iia.v up t. thcit 1 i^iin rentals and rates range from SO to 100 per cant yearly (>" 1111 r If arbour Log In Carlisle Bay %  l*-ndrt M V Ion**.. Vh Al U •! s. ', W 1 S.K PHANKIAN n • %  n M .. H.111J1 OUIIH .. • %  Sit.. MAKY M I.IW1S. M W. 1 %  < M-trM*ii iron awiioii insi %  s s tUIJSNAN 1 M \II M \WH. ITI-I Si t.uru -.NAnilJi un ton l\.pl l1*.'. reiouaac law ion* MI. Ki*.i lri. Ttinlrf-d lfll III II tW V K aw In Touch With Barbados Conatal Station 1.... 1 SB*. Al..... c-.-lwi. Sarn*aon. %  Rosa %  rtWT, CVnw< 1 Tintfa. MPI Driu I. HMolM*. FKI-I.111 klMR>IUnr>. Ni*i. Uraiia.ln. IMH" trts raui.K cliulia. Alnta Runnrt. K."-. I.-i< .rw-l. I Mi. um KaUHa l. HEALTH BENEFITS L. • CONTAINS VITAMIN A & 0 IN A DELICIOUS FORM • INCREASES RESISTANCE TO ILLNESS • ENSURES STRONG LIMBS AND SOUND TEETH IN CHILDREN Haliborancje 'J7i iiifi.i way of taking HALIBUT LIVER OIL %  %  da b| lull I NA-IURTI 110., 10100 Ne/son" Due Thursday STUDY PERIOD U S l^dy Nelwn >s exP*eled to BRlVt tMrt on Thursday Irom Canada via lloston. Bermuda Brttl I V .tin ri ,\ Ltd., fold Ihe Advoeate The l.ady Nclkon :ll >'• %  leaving port Ihe urn* night fo Guiana •iila and Trinidad, M <;K< maps Ji n. 17. Mr. .r Clark*, thjparintendanl '.'. Dominica, arrived here last week-end to BODd %  period of pi %  d ministration here with Mi 1 fornMf local Bupi la ti'iident who is on leavi taking up a tlmllar po bo lit it1 Mi llondurai. Cvtrallh Mflri lrr\i'lo|i [fofjourooa • From I'aie I A good deal ele.nl.. upon the OMMMb ol "IT • croase Colonial raw male: doctn.n .Mr. lluthi pointed out tonight that the lirst and • if UM tllci ( i'-|i;..' % %  % %  ( cot vcrtibility—now thl term ami of sterling are.i ... in gold ind doii.Iraaat MK, Colonial raw materlalg are bj far Ihe Commonwealth' h biggi'st %  v are being relied upon igain to play a major part in tehuiUliiw I.I. 1 .1 st step towardr conver ti bility. Neither OfflCHl CORUHUI Mi HulliT .,t In pri-is onfereni e ...... iWfllllfJ balances |lnt Ihi \ were MlllUtlei Mill. i-ve, %  rnh O %  Mi'd'ual Service ST Ol %  IRGI S .1 in IT Ui i{ K iapaX .1 an dent 1.11 %  %  1 aftei laining a CD 1 p ',1 tan up an appotntmanl in th %  hni Madleol Bi Awanls Approved SI .. I %  I %  hi 1 %  • %  11 i .. %  not ol ,i PoUi 1 1..Ban i"' Medal hi nx no Officers of tha I"' %  1 . %  I 1 Lewi I : NMIb 1' %  I ,.,Hlh,,!.. M \ M-.arn T M-.K.n-ie. A M.i.Krii.i. ] %  N %  1 Rum K 1 H Clartw, w %  %  > -i I K 1 %  MlaMw. M v M .1 .I.i M '.I ,t. %  %  %  11 1 %  ..,,. 1 H 1 1 ii iitc-mnx M .. mm M I i4e I K llrawn. W H rYVl'r* '// t..\thuil/(i< %  1 I I \NtTABV n MM IIHH 1un Baal %  .1 i In.iadMi s..i...,.di...i nn M.Oi..nil TDM • 11 ..c m* %  1 CDtiPMI. •• % aainmiikai $^v^^ llvljt* lo r/'nntr ii. ., igavn fntfi hlmnl 1111/1111 •turn impur 11 ii- in 1 Inel..1..I may ... rheumatic 11 hn and pains, tilfl and painful (olnls. bolla, plmpl and common kio disorders. Clarke'i lllood Miatuea b^lns to purify Ihe blood, cleans** the ijntm mad asalati In mtoriDf good bealik. I Wom.n likes to be: — GLAMOROUS, LOVELY, and EXCLUSIVE and wc now offer all these In our NEW PERFUMES ... by "M V II I It I. I A" "l %  II I > %  E M" front SPAINthf land al . LOVELY .... EXOTIC .... FASCINATING WOMEN PeTfum,. M AUEIIAS DE ORIENT MAJA also 1 T OILET SOAP. r.d I.OTIONS to mMch . \v. n re.|Uf^l . ONLY %  llmukvr'* (OUht) Itriif/ Slnrt-H l.ld. Broad stroui no** Irrli ilra(ri in Mcondi . ',-,',:','.',',', % %  .;•,;:; ','.'.'.'. '.'.: ; ;:***.'+*.**'< INDIGESTION ^HEADACHE •let double relief with double acting AlkaSeltzer HOW INI VIM' mil KII.1KK ? TBS ANSWKU IS W II I z % vlniii.t 11. it. ii, 1 tram Paia, Iran i ..I.I WHIZZ ^ I|IIM k relief In ull of |lwM •"! remember ONI win// inn s 1111 iMiith OF TWO OKDINAKY TAIll.l Is ^^=rr ir SIOK(S & BYNOf ltD Age-iij ,'.*.', . , .',;;',•.' ;:.-n I.i:. I n ii throbT 1 airj I ":>nd mote %  V',.i Sclwn lo nght 'X''' 1 %  aaa dunk a glass "f II sivr you thr j wart plw the gaitii %  / need I'lsasant .ding Atkarrvilte* you l<*el p a supply on hand. .. .:rr.ifpi i l a




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