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The Barbados advocate
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Har baro



ESTABLISHED 1895



Tail Curls Up In

Fourteen Overs

(By O. S. COPPIN)

. BARBADOS yesterday defeated Jamaica by an innings
and 167 runs when the First Jamaica-Barbados Test ended
at Kensington. To Barbados’ first innings total of 753,
Jamaica replied with 311 in their first innings and having
been forced to “follow on” 442 runs behind, were all out
yesterday for 275 runs. ®

When play ended on Monday Jamaica had scored 243
for the loss of six wickets and yesterday needed 199 runs to
wipe off the balance. E

But it only took pace bowler King and slow spinner
“Boogles”’ Williams 48 minutes to claim the other four
wickets for 32 runs. King took one of these wickets and
Williams three. ;

King’s figures for the 2nd innings were 180 4M 45R 3W
and Barker’s were slightly under these but nevertheless
good by Intercolonial standards. These were 140 2M 51R 3W.

C. “Boogles” Williams who also secured a bag of three
wickets finished with these figures 25.50 5M 65R 3W.

YESTERDAY’S PLAY

Barbados opened the attack yesterday with King from
the pavilion end and “Boogles” Williams from the screen
end.

The wicket was still firm but was taking spin and at
least it seemed to possess no terrors for the batsmen Mudie
and Miller, not out overnight 4 and 9 respectively. Mudie
signified that he was comfortable by getting back on his
wicket and pulling a shortish one from Williams to the’
square-leg for four.

He got another boundary from King, having played for-
ward to a good length one but only got the bottom edge of
his bat to it but the ball flew through the slips, along the
carpet all the time to the rail for four.

But with fifteen runs added to the overnight total of
243 for 6 Mudie was struck in front, playing back to King
and Umpire Foster upheld an appeal for lbw. Mudie had
reached the fateful 13 runs. 258/7/13.

Skipper Bonitto joined Miller, the latter of whom was
dismissed two balls later without addition to the total. He
allowed two well tossed “googlies” from Williams that
seemed like “gifts” for a batsman with Miller’s reach and
hitting powers, to pull down to the unpoliced long-on bound-
ary or at least in that direction. But Miller would have
none Of-thits ew. .

In direct contrast to his reserved attitude towards those
two balls on his pads, he slashed at a well flighted top
spinner outside the off stump later in the over. It was no |
surprise to those who saw the stroke, even if it did surprise
Miller himself, that the ball took the edge for King, the
solitary slip, to take a copy-book catch to dismiss him for 14.

Pace bowler Goodridge now partnered his skipper and
seemed out to force the pace. He made a few big hits by
way of warming up. He did not connect, neither did he
seerh worried.

Marshall replaced King at the pavilion end and Good-
ridge after dabbing forward inquiringly at the first two
deliveries and having been beaten, hit the fourth ball hard
and high past cover for four runs.

Goodridge
was not impar-
tial in his pun-
ishment. Next
over from Wil-
liams he went
down his wicket
and catching one
of the spinners
on the volley
lifted it high and

for he was
laying quietly
and getting the
ball in the cen-
tre of the bat.
However he
got back on his
wicket and at-
tempted to pull
short low one
from: Williams.

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TRAIN)







He missed and
hard, first wa®bowled off
bounce, to the his pad for 5
sightscreen for runs. Jamaica's
four. total was now

Skipper Bon- 275/9.

itto was next to
go. His dismissal
was not expect-
ed at that time London Express Service. ball from Wil-
liams. He was out in similar manner to Miller. He flashed
his bat at a well flighted top spinner outside the wicket,
snicked and King in the slip came into the picture again
with a simple catch.

This closed the Jamaican innings for 275 giving Barba-
dos victory by an innings and 167 runs. Four wickets had
fallen yesterday for an additional 32 runs.

The Second Test opens to-morrow.

Schooner ‘Zenith’ Overdue

THE 87-ton schooner Zenith with a crew of !1 has been
reported to be about one month overdue on her voyage from
Barbados to British Guiana. Two Barbadian members of
the crew were Frank Gibson and Frank Richards who were
learning navigation with the Zenith’s skipper, Captain P. A.
Tannis.

The Zenith left Barbados
since December 19 with a load through

of stone for Springlands, British) Pumps. —
Guiana, and was due to arrive at} The Schooner Pool, local agents

Scarlett, next
man in only
survived one

to remember,
Petrov, the other gun ig for
failures |”



the timbers the

by



B.G., about two or three days of the Zenith told the
before Christmas. Advocate yesterday that they
had not heard from the vessel
Captain Every of the schooner since she left Barbados for
Marion Belle Wolfe which | British Guiana, The Harbour and
arrived from British Guiana|Shipping Department had no
yesterday morning, said that) knowledge of her whereabouts.
when he was leaving British

Guiana on Friday last nothing)

23 DIE IN

was known up to then of the
whereabouts of the Zenith,

He said that her agents in| PLANE CRASH
British Guiana cabled other ae oe z
West Indian islands to find out ELIZABETH, New Jersey,
if Captain Tannis had stopped Jan. 22.

on his trip down and replies tc An American Airlines Convair
the agents were in the negative. plane carrying 23 persons crashed
“ {into a house and apartment build-

Captain Every said that hejing and exploded here Tuesday
heard that a steamship passed| killing all aboard
the Zenith about 80 miles off Buildings were set on fire and
B.G., light and communications] at least nine of their occupants
passed between them to the/severely burned. The Airlines
effect that the schooner had | listed as a passenger Judge Robert
sprung a leak but the crew were'Patterson former Secretary of
controlling the water seeping War~-U.P,

D:

AY, JANUARY 23,



1952



_ Barbados Score Innings
Victory Over Jamaica

Iran Goes| House Pass

; To Polls

TEHERAN, Jan. 22.
Police guarded 84 polling places

in Teheran as voters east thei:
ballots in the Iranian national
| Parliamentary election. Early

|reports said that voting was quiet

and orderly. No incidents were
reported, but police guards were
posted at polling places to guard
against Communist-Nationalist
clashes,

Voters lined up: outside voting
places, Each man took less than
one minute to vote, A Seven-man
Board noted the voter’s name,
identity card number, and occu-
pation, then the voter. d
his ballot—marked with the
names ef 12 candidates, into an
18” by 12” sealed metal Paiiot

box,
By mid-morning it was eal»

mated that 11,000 votes had been
cast.

_ Balloting in the national elec-
tions takes place in different dis-
tricts at different times. Teheran
is important because it is the
stronghold of Premier Mohammed
Mossadegh’s Nationalist Front.
The Nationalist Front is strongest
in the Mosque and Bazaar areas
of the City.

The outlawed Communist Tudeh
Party — whose members are run-
ning as Independents — generally
is strongest in the areas near the
city limits.

Clashes were feared between the
Communists and the Nationalist
supporters of Mossadegh, because
he accepted $23,000,000 in
United States Point Four Aid on
Sunday night.

Mossadegh who is too old to be
a candidate in the national Par-
liamentary elections, will lead
Government and Nationalist Party
officials to the polls. As Nation-
alist Party head he will b§ eligi-
ble for re-appointment as Premier.

—UP. !

Lennox-Boyd
May Represent
Colonies

(From Our Own Correspondent)

LONDON, Jan, 22.



Colonial

Working Party set up by the
Commonwealth Finance Minis.
ters to investigate all possible

soars = A gee production
will probably through one of
the three U.K. Ministers concern-
ed with Colonial Affairs.

Although detailed procedure
has yet to be worked out, it is
considered unlikely that the colo-
nies will have any direct repre-
sentation on the Working Party
at this stage. Their chief spokes-
man will probably be A. Lennox-
Boyd, Minister of State for the
Colonies, who is due back from
Africa tomorrow,

Colonial Governments will be
kept fully informed of the pfo-
gress made by the W ig
Party and their advice will be
sought at each stage of the in-
vestigation.

Two Sections
_ The study,to be made falls
into two parts. First will come
an examination of the oppor-
tunities for an early increase in
the productive power of member
@ On Page 7

B.W.I. Central
Authority Urged

(From



Our Own Correspondent)
LONDON, Jan. 22.
The suggestion that the Colonial
Office should give a lead on lim-
ited lines to enable a central
authority for
Indies to be established in the
Caribbean is contained to-day in
a New Commonwealth editorial.
I learn that the suggestion is not
likely to receive any official back-
ing however at least until after
the Caribbean Federation Confer-
ence to be held here later this
year. If at that Conference Brit-
ish West Indian territories indi-
cate a desire for a Colonial Office
lead then and only then is it like-

ly to be forthcoming,

The New Commonwealth says
that the decision of the Regional
Economic Committee to ra
until April the selection of a Trade
Commissioner and assistant in
London may be taken as a com-
mentary on the present state of
official co-ordination in the Carib-
bean.

The Regional Economic Com-
mittee cannot provide the desired
central authority—which is “des-
cribed as a regrettable fact—but
which is illustrated by the pro-

sal to vest executive control of

ade Commissioner services in
the Comptroller for Development
and Welfare in the West Indies.
Single Authority

Until some single general au-
thority is set up, it is easy, says
New Commonwealth, to predict
the difficulties that will be en-
countered in finding men and
creating machinery to carry out
the increasing nurnber of common
tasks.

Plans for Caribbean Federation
have provoked a division of local
opinion which does not augur well
for the immediate future but the
value of functional co-operation
in several important fields grows
daily clearer.

representation on the} United States officials are draft-

Draft Reply
To Gavernor

THE House of
yesterday passed with amend
ments a. draft reply

cellency the Governor's
speech, which was delivered
on December 13 at the open-
ing of the present Legislative
Vessions. The House will pre-
sent the Governor with the
reply,

A motion by Mr.
Mottley that the Government
will promise to consider ¢x-
ploring eyery possible aventie
for emigration be added in
the reply was defeated by a
13—6 majority. In this eon-
nection Mr. Adams said that
that was only superft as
Government was do’ its
utmost with regards emigra-
tion,

A motion by Mr. J. C. Mottley
that it be added in the reply that
Government would consider any
Proposal for a deep water harbour
was accepted.

Criticism was made against the
Governor’s statement that Givil |
Servants should not be over too |
freely abused. |

The reply reads : |

The House of Assembly thanks
Your Excellency for the speech
which Your Excellency was pleas~
ed to deliver at the Opening of
the new Legislature.

7% House is - 8 } to
consider proposa nereasing
the efficiency of the Civil Estab-
lishment and trusts that it will be

ble, at a very early date, to
ake full advantage of the facili-

_ @ On page 6.

U.S. To Restrict
Travel Of Russian
Diplomats

WASHINGTON, Jan. 22.
It hag been learned that the





ing a stiff order to resist travel
of Russian diplomats in the Uni-
ted States in a move designed to
counter new travel limits imposed
last week on American and other
foreign diplomats in the apie
Union.

Details have not been worked
out yet but Truman Administra-
‘tion sources said that the US.
order will be just as tough as the
Kremlin’s.
the order will be issued soon,

The U.S. decided against retal<}mouth

jation in 1948 when
clamped some _ restrictions
foreign travel. Officials are con-

vinced now however, that Russia}mentioned but it is

should get a dose of he, own
medicine.—U.P.

HARNESSING







| WIND GENERATORS may boost
|

Assembly

by a|
Select Committee to His Ex- |

E. D |

They predicted sthat!on March 10.

Moscow | Vanguard on March 1), arriving order that we
on}at Capetown on the 26th: "e

The 100 kw wind-powered generator, built by the North of Scotland



Top — Jamaica
Arthur Bonitto
for 5 runs on the last day
of the first Test
between Barbados and
Jamaica at Kensir ction

Captain
bowled

played

Bottom-—J. MecLeoa
Mondey at
King
top

bowled



sington by
McLeod's 79
score in

was
Jamaica's
second innings in the first
Jamaica—Barbados Test &





eee een tates ns nenseeeeshnsstesshstneste~ettmeeane

US. And U.K. Must
Act As Equals

LONDON, Jan. 22,
Foreign Seeretary Mr. Anthony Eden said Tuesday
night it is only as an equal that Britain “can work effectively
with the United States to build an enduring peace,”
He also promised “drastic realistic far-reaching” meas-
ures soon to put Britain on her feet economically and meet
the-“gravest crisis the sterling area has faced in its history.”

King Starts Health
Cruise March LO

| Eden told the National Farmers
| Union dinner that the interests of
| Britain and the U.S. were so close,
j their aims so similar, that “any

py ibiding separation between us
LONDON, Jan, 22. would be unthinkable. He added
Buckingham Palace announced | «|; js only as equals we can work
Tuesday night that the King) efectively.in partnership with the

leaves London on a health cruise
He said the King
and Queen will embark at Ports-
aboard the battleship

lu S. to build enduring peace. It is
in the interest of the whole free
world that we be self-reliant in
can make our con-



hibution.

This meahs first and forémost
we must recover our economic in-
;dependence and thereby our self-
confideftice and self-esteem.”

—UP,

Princess Margaret was not

understood

that she will accompany them,
—U-P.

THE WIND



, |
||
|

ter

Nationalists Kill

4
j Policeman

TUNIS.
Tunisian Nationalists
policeman and wrecked a train
following the Nationalist Leader
Habib Bourgeiba’s announcement
that his Neo Destour Party was
prepared to fight French rule of
the Protectorate
The policeman’s slaying brought
the casualty toll in the recent
French Nationalist clashes to 16
dead and 64 wounded. He was
shot from ambush by Nationalists
who attacked a police patrol at
Porto Farina near the northern
port of Bizert
The train wa

#s-

Jan, 22
killed

wrecked near a
village on the main coastal line
between Sousse and Sfax. The
saboteurs removed a_ section of
the rails, and the train, a freight
was derailed and corgpletely oyer-

turned The locomotive and 15
freight car blocked the right of
way

During the: night, Nationalists
warned - all. shippkeeper in the
European sector of Tunis to close
indefinitely, but many opened to-
day despite the warning Police
reported the Nationalist strike
order as relatively ineffective,
City transport was operating nor-
mall id more port workers re-
ported for work than at any time

called —U.P.

GOMES LEAVES LONDON

ent)



British Electricity Grid





Hydro-Electricity Board in the Orkney Islands, will be on test during LONDON, Jan. 22.

| the winter. ‘ 1 Gome Leader

| The machine is driven by blades equipped with variable-pitch me the We Indic elegation t

| chanism so that use can be made of the lightest winds and so that Fina M Gonference. 1
no damage will be caused during strong gales. The same system i Lone igh and. will ‘be
used to control the speed of the alternator. Trinidad Tr day evening

|

Sterling Area Spending














More Than It Is Earning

RESERVES F-

MEMBERS of the C

ALL RAPIDLY

onference of Commonwealth

Finance Ministers which ended on Monday issued the fol-

lowing statement:
We recognise that the st
serious crisis which, if it is

have far reaching consequences,
b 1

erling area is faced with a very
not effectively dealt with, will
The crisis has arisen be-

cause the sterling area as a whole is spending more than
it is earning with the result that its gold and dollar reserves

have been falling at a rapid
We are contident = that ul
Situation can be set right
that the steps which will e
taken vUll give to sterling the
Strength it must have to continu
as a widely used international
currency

We are convinced that this can-
not be attained by negative and
restrictive methods alone or
merely by the imposition of cuts
on imports from certain parts of
the world, The present diMfcul-
ties of the sterling area while
partly due to short term factors
also reflect continuing underlying
problems. These problems must
and can be solved, For this
reason we are strongly of the
opinion that measures taken to
stop the drain upon reserves must
form part of a long term policy
designed to restore and maintain
the full strength of sterling

Recurrent Drains
It is quite clear that the only
way to prevent recurrent drains

on the central gold reserves , is
for every country in the area
trenuously to endeavour to live
within the means which are or
can be available to it. The ster-

ling area as a whole
ceed in this endeavour
The urgency of the immedi-
ate situation and the present
level of the gold reserves re-
quire that the sterling area as
a whole should be in balance
with the rest of the world at
latest in respect of the second
half of 1952. .It is imperative
that this should inciude at loast
« balance with the dollar area
within the same period.
During the course of our dis-
@ On page 5

must ice

U.S. Lead Nations Of
N.A.T.O. In Defence) Churchill In

(By EDGAR CLARK)

LONDON, Jan. 22,

The United States will spend almost 5 times as much

for defence in the coming year as all the other North Atlan
tic Treaty countries combined.

President Truman has presented

jhis 1952-53 fiscal year budget of

more than $85,000,000,000 calling
record $51,200,000,000 de-
outlay plus $10,844,000,000
for foreign economic and military
iid, While the other 11 N.A.T.O.

itions are prepared to spend a
lefence total of $10,457,000,000
ut. of combined budgets
$52,367,000,000,

US. defence expenditure
amounts to 60% of the total bud-
zet without counting the amount
of Foreign Aid which will be used

for a

fence

for military purposes. The com-
bined defence spending of the
other N.A.T.O. countries is about
3231% of their total expenditure



ritain will spend more for de-
fenee than arly country except the
U.S.-,about $3,649,000,000 ot of a
total budget of $11,760,000,000 in
the year beginning April |
Smallest Spender
The smallest N.A.T.O. spender
Iceland, who will contribute
nothing for defence out of
1953 budget of $20,000,000. France
third largest N.A.T.O. con-
tributor For military purposes
she will use $3,210,000,060 or

her

th
Me

344% of $9,628,000,000, her total
expenditure.
Of the larger nations, Italy has
» far made the least proportien-
ite outlay on defence Her 1952
contribution was only 23% of her
total expense ti -
crease this perc or 3}
1used r or
Cabinet
In Europe Britain has made
the greatest increase in militar
itlay She planned to increase
he 1951-52 defence spendir )
out $2.240,000,000 by 62.5
952-53
—U.P

of |



rate,

ind?!

Solemn Mass
Held For
Murdered Nun

CAIRO, Jan.
A British military spokesman
said that solemn requiem mass
was held this morning for Sister
Anthony, the American nun killed
on Saturday during the. battle
between British treops and Egyp-
tian terrorists fm the Suez Canal
Zone,
The service

was condueted at
the Romap Catholic church at
Moascar by a senior military
Roman Catholic churchman.

The church was filled with mili-
tary friends of the late nun and
a militaty contingent acted as
pall bearers

The Egyptian Interior Minister,
Fuad Serag El Din Pasha told a
Press Conference in Cairo last
night that investigation by Egyp-
tian authorities established “with-

out any shadow of doubt” that
Sister Anthony wa killed by
“haphazard firing by British
forces,”

He said “medico-legal examina
tion proved that the bullet could
not possibly have been fired from
the interior of the Convent and
established beyond doubt that it
came from the outside where
British forces were firing.

He said that the Mother Sup
rior of the Convent and Sist
Catherine testified that they hg
been with Sister Anthony jus

before her death and they “em
phatically stated that no Egyptians
were inside the Convent either
before or at the time of the inci-
UP

dent.”



Bed With Cold

NEW YORK, Jan

Mr, Winston Churchill in bed

vith head cold chatted about

r iffairs for an hour Tuesda

linal Spellmar
York

visited Mi

99

with F
Archbishop of New
Cardinal Spellman
Churchill n his bedroom after
luoct with Financier Bernard
SJaruch at whose apartment the
British leader been staying
since Saturday

He will stay
boards the liner

ie VO

Car

incis
f

has
there until he
Queen Mary
age home.
ifles kept Churchill in bed
with a slight temperature
forced to cancel a Broad-
i ind city recep-
ur He remaines
M vor Vincent
reall in presented
t he New York City
| of Honor —U.P

Reds Reject

N. Compromise











U.



PANMUNJOM, Korea,
Jan, 22
Communist turned down a
mild d Nations compromise
fer then accused United Nations

to break
negotiation
ind

Command of plotting
the Korean armistice
talemate with bombs
bullets,”

Allie fTered to ac

nunist proy

ept the full
sal for armis-
ipet , if Reds would
agree to a ban on arm

wuctior f milita





althoug!



»{negotiat ‘ to a Wedne
oe os a +t, of Staff
Ticer to irrange way ind

ufe ding prisone
um from air ich —UP.

as



PAGE TWO



































- BARBADOS ADVOCATE WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 23, 1952
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| & | Most Important Bank }}),,."s 30" smmance um
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Gove oust to give him personal ground ele atasloarys orga Meer btaadp, tet one of the oldest banks in the| TRIGGER TRAIL ON
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— a no _— American assuming that because , m4 i rseas entra anks 0 Farley Granger, Ruth Roman t
r ind cricket officials wiil one is British one can be counted Tages are now being studied bx the Commonwealth. Her main| FRONTIER LAW Robert Welker | ~
among the gues resent ; : eel e 1 mmbers of the Royal task is to look after th aneried | 3 o i
ng the guests present, on to possess certain characteris- the 19 member ue e sal ee is to look after the work
tics, characteristics, indeed o Commission on Marriage anda) ime interests of the bank's The Garden
First Meeting fundamental an Ss ‘ 3,000 y > empl in| PLAZA 'GAIETY
amental and so good that if Divorce. y ——— | ee = Dial ons ST. JAMES
Vi LLLt ERNST, ne in fact we all of us possessed These letters may play a vital| London and the seven branches} |} Last 2 Shows To-day 445 & 8.30 p.m Telhay -& Tomato SMD ae
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by B.W.LA., on a two-day Christopher Salmon talking which the commission, set up in filing department, but was sopn “THE SEA HAWK” | “KAN@AS RAIDERS”
» he will meet Mr. in a BBC programme “On Sail- the summer, hopes to complete by transferred to the cashiers’ nn = a MARSHALL | (Color) Audie MURPHY
U.S, Consul General, ing for America”. id-1953. department. Her next step up Th rs. Ty 3. 2m pm - - -
vising Officer ‘uf Never before has an official| was when she was transferred to oyane WYMAN & regen ees ee eee
will be their The Open Sesame body been given such an insight MORE LIKE the “wavlourl,” the eb6 anaes toe _ POUNFAINNEAD pa” Pa, | Rollin” Westwara
ce Mr, Ernst teneeee Antsy He into the marital tragedies of the} 4 the rooms and offices of the — eo EF bis Me baie ea
ve urbados earlier this an typing nation. 5 overnors. Here she becaine SWING THE WESTERN WAY ak oy
seems to be the Open Sesame Bo one of the two women filing PRAIRIE ROUND UP Younger Beethers Gun Runner
i rench Consul, Trinidad all over the world, so if a girl has ‘Injustice’ Plea clerks in the Governors’ suite. Wayne Morris



mastered that she cam go any-

Charies STARRETT
where and never be without a Women condemned to a life- CHOICE During the war Joan _ was
job. But these dayS I think time of loneliness and often a ae 7 =

Jimmy Wakely




J°N-ROUTE to France on holi-
‘ Mr. and Mfrs,
























ae assistant to Mr, E. H, D. Skinner
qu ie guebe and their son “Of course, Elmer, the you've got to do two jobs to get poverty, have opened their hearts by EVE PERRICK (adviser to the Governors on
Mr, Leguebe is French snag is that now we shall anywhere so in my spare time I in their letters. the financing of industry). She L 0 fo,
onsul in Trinidad. have to think up a new erooned with a band.” Once again a “most beautiful Worked with her chief day and
The Leguebes were in Barba- loan to help them keep up Helen Ryder, a South Afri- Mistresses of men sent to woman in the world” has come night, meeting industrial rep- 7
ar aoe the were the old can girl Ye is anne ae ee aie er cee re * ps us. The phrase may be sna baiees oe hueetaine oie ” Mi lim,
>ropose eathe ’ Way roun e world speaking eo amiliar. So perha i o 5 AD es
tt P NG ¢ OMMANDER _— : De pete Shot ee: in a BBC programme. © longer love have written plead- ee Oe. complicated problems concern- For the Best in ovt
W° Ceiinaath ata D ‘ chin : Returning Today ing for this “injustice” to end.| This latest beauty is Ursula ing Mmdustwial finance. Although
y Eggle oe eee A Son and Heir xs happy marriages| 2@!ess, from Germany, who her present job is concerned|TQ-DAY AND TO-MORROW OPENING FRIDAY
a_of Civil " - . M": E. W. HALL, Secretary Children of unhappy tloake . *\arrived in London on her way With policy and administration 5 & 8.30 P.M +t
fined” tout Bash Guia ML “Accountant,” International JAGR. AND fins, Cvpe wAL- have ‘old how their culook Neel Alm, “in, Hollywond. ‘hese in regard to te, omen om] 5 & 8.30PM. Rich ws] aaah
eT a ee ea , Aeradio Ltd., Mr. COTT are the proud parents been, embi BC 7i®be will take her place with ployees, Joan finds it interesting
LA, said that while oe ees and Mi Frank J. of . on and heir, born esterday ing forced witnesses a perpetual] (he other glossy Gardners and to watch over the development SUSAN HAYWARD iw its 10eas! °
e ussed with he , Signals Officer of ¥ uarelling between _fathers I) H rth-houri t of the younger members of the _
€ isc t th Sad 2 quare Pe é é ayworth-ho e c
ment, the recommendations (Ne #8Rie company are due to re- afterngen at 9 o'clock at Dr. Baye tere against. thelr _will| NtYWOre nour, SPSS staf. Pretty 10.0011)
the Regional Air Navi- (iD | eden elk aa wit be nd te know that friend: because they cannot get eae Ursula is of the Ava-Rita, She has been to the United DAN DAILEY *
coe ee ee meeneS to L.A.L’s., branch here. and son are doing well. BY DECEMBER 20—closing| S"i"¥ | cover-girl school, but States to observe administration ;
i yet ( wi meee cies ay This is a fitting follow up to bate for sending letters to the prettier than either, systems there and to strengthen GEORGE SANDERS
al quirements. * . od fie die . = 4 Ps 1a sen 4 s r ig " 2 ~ ante
‘ic said that Mr. Grinstead, Barbadian In Jamaica Clyde's hurricane century against commission more than 2,000} She hag all the qualfications— ae Pay pean .
Director of the Caribbean ‘ : lctoria yesterday. The good givorcees or their close friends|red-gold hair, model figure, large : 3 ™ ,
“THE Caribbean Rifle Meet: news was immediately cabled t ‘ ; Bank in New York and the
teorological Servite was pres- aribbean Rifle Meeting sg gy wane tately cabled tO had forwarded personal experi-| green-blue eyes, straight nose Rank of England in
and they were able to make __ recently ended with the Ja~ Sun in ustrelie. ences as evidence perfect teeth. , Mens 1appr-corveh
considerable progress. maica Battalion team winning Wif Will Fol About 100 social, religious, ™ ‘ . TECK
» several of the prize trophies, ire 1 ollow So I’m not going to quarrel Ps05. HNICOLOR.

: > Ceinstes . dice g itics rganisa-| _ ! ,
companied by Mr, Grinstead among them being the Dewar M®. NEVILLE WARREN lett medical, and political | organiss,| with the man-tailored title

tee! dian ; , ; - : ; e “és
Guiana Government Trophy, the Coronation Chal- yesterday by B.W.LA. for tions have sent human documents. “World’s most beautiful.” B.B.C. Radio I CAN GET

MUSICAL I =.
visited Mabaruma i Jenge Cup, awarded to the Army ‘Trinidad on his way to Venezue-



: ; Cheerful Letters i y ; HY
North West District which “is team with the highest score in Ja, His wife, the former Hazel For this reason: I believe that P a P, 2
almost exactly half way between practice 5 of the events and the Richards will be following later. Thus the evidence already be- the male multitude—the photo- ogramme IT FOR YoOl J nd etty YP

Georgetown and Trinidad, where Napier Salford Challenge Cup, fore the commission is described| 8@Phers, artists, dress designers a

it is proposed to set up # awarded to the Army team with Jycidental Intelligence by Mr. K. H. S. Edwards, its sec-|2"4 so on—who always ‘pick the wap negpay, JANUARY 23, 1982 toe Se ee
et ological station, They con~ the highest aggregate in practices identa g _ retary, as representing almost beauties, are getting warmer. 11.16 a.m. Iasteners’ Choice, 11.4 JANE POWELL - DANIELLE DARRIEUX
idered sites, methods of com- 1, 2, 3, and 4. HE simplest reducing diet y

5
ever ossible set of cireum- . . ‘ a-m. Cockney Cabaret, 12 noon The WHOLES E” WENDELL COREY - FERNANDO LAMAS
get the reports Qne of the members of the these days is eating all you stances the in dae Once upon a time a “world News, 12.10 p.m. News Analysis AL





stances that can arise when



Se ae ue ” j 400-7 15 31.32 M.. 48. A

asting centre, and team was Capt. F. K. N. Mascoll, ©an afford—Howard Hayes, “Sat- affection between husband and Senaety The ae we re rtebde asta ca Cellet tae See ob » nanoovens VIG | D MONE — ¥!
cr nt, and training ot Garrison Adjutant at Palisadoes, urday Evening Post. wife has turned to bitterness. classic sade i the Lil 4 p.m, The News, 4.10 p.m, The
i Jamaica, Capt. Mascoll is a Bar- . Pp n ‘Y Daily Service, 4.15 p.m. BBC Midland



; * . There are cheerful letters, too.) Lz . ition: “ ¥ y : ’
Wing Commander LEgglesfield badian. His wife is the former Talking Point re ee Langtry tradition; the “shapes” Light Orchestra, 5 p.m











Composer of
- = - The commission wants to know] lik ill i : = the Week, 5.15 m. Sandy MacPher-
eaves to-day on a Visit to St. Joyce Banfield, daughter of Mrs. If parents would only realise jow marriage succeeds as well ae Sheraacd crit a son at the Theate Organ; 5 0 pm
Kitts Antigua, Jamaica and Banfield of “Wilsbury” Hastings how they bore their children! as fails ies of the C 1 Books to read, 5.45 p.m. Ballet, 6 p.m.
i ‘ : ; Shy as falls, ; coopers (Gladys and Souvenirs of “Music; 6.45 p.m. Sports
sritish Honduras, and the late Mr. J, L. Banfield. Bernard Shaw. Aithough many of the writers} Lady Diana), Round Up; 7 p.m. The News: 7.10 4
ct Fe ee eR ere realise that no legal reform can p.m, News Analysis; 7.15 p.m. Calling TO-DAY & TOMORROW OPENING FRI. 2.30 & 8.30
now help them, they are anxious; But I doubt whether othe the West dies, 4.45 & 8.30









* 7.45—10.40 p.m. 318 +» 48,43 .

to prevent the same disasters be- nek. really ae WORE. noteet. sete

falling other people. the men were raving about. 7.45 p.m. Over to You, 8 16 pm

B y THE WAY eeeee By Beachcomber Radio Newsreal, #.90 p.m. Statement of

" . ‘ Recent choices understood by Account, 845 p.m. Composer’ of the
To Save Others women; Vivien Leigh and Hedy Week, 9 p.m. The Early Adventures,

ITS A

Dilly Dilly



A, GENTLEMAN who fell off a maiden weaves radish chains for chester, more as a joke than any-
















JOMAN OF 175, liv Scot Lamarr—but few others. a p.m. The News, 10.10 p.m. From the
horse is said to have “almost her lover in what was yesterday thing else, tapped his drum during A be i. an cee : aaa saat —L.ES. 10.90 Dee ‘Marching a iene aitenaee’
d back into the saddle.” a sandy hollow, We are now the tuning-up, and cried: “Is sag . aie ae ee : Warm shoariad
His quickness deceived the eye, taking you over to the mammoth anyone at home?” To his sur- a was ee ee e© was enine ieee” 4
[ will warrant he was wear- protest meeting of the Grocers’ prise, a head was thrust through 72” Two years ater, the union ma with real;
a rubber costume, like the Union at the Cannon-street Hotel, the top of the drum, and out step- broke up and she could never = 7 = : people and
trie peer who, after being to hear Sir Edward Trough’s ped rather a jolly girl. “Who on et a divorce, Her object in Disney
id” by an. acrobat, used to address on “Where will the sand earth are you?” asked the drum- writing, she said, was to save| |. To get away aoa = cares of the | ’ characters!
i out of his library window on for our sugar come from?” mer. Mélanie,” vouchsafed_ the other women from going 2

he second floor, and bounce back Are you an Anglo-Saxon? oaucy visitor, perching herself on a oe 40 tered of suttepe) 5 Slice sed and the cares of the

again and in at the window. One MUSICAL composer has ats nee. . Presety See heen eee

ity he bounced back too hard, De sayi nglis Nothing to do with Me AG [ 2c i a : SEE M VIE KE TH
and so bounced out of the window ee thelr “Auglon He gave the name of de Forest, . ina’ heat raetinns at moe A Oo J IS” | Mt
gain. But by now he had lost gaxon poise,” and behaving like and said he had swallowed a live 344 cannot settle down because
ol, and he could not stop those dreadful Latin races—all mouse for a bet, throughout ‘her childhood she
icing. The calm summer day hysteria and wild emotionalism. (News item.) had to. liv ith bickerin
drew to a close, the lights twin-. "Phe correct attitude for an Down in de Forest something hans Who ice Me divercd




Produced by Boddy Adter » Owected by David Miller - Based on the hovel,
‘THE HERO, by Milard Lampelt « Witten for the Screen by Milard Lampell
Sedoey Suchran



and







eit fie . villiate ; ide rents who longed for divorce : L
fied from the Vilage, and ‘still Anglo-Saxon (whatever that may Stirred. | +» but could not get it. TO-DAY & TOMORROW
tat rubber-clad fool went on be) at a concert is, generally “Tell it when you go down Afatio GP ihe letter weltera’ wii id 4.30 & 8.15
Sree én or ith hg sero copening Ppa Po — or ys the city of dreaming pe invited to appear before the EXCITEMENT THAT POUNDS wilt Paramount Double
‘tured the s vith ¢ » ‘but not of active disgust. ask- site ‘ is , > tA aam coals
«nd the exhausted nobleman was ed, after a piece, “How did you Tig tee a hae ban rommlesion. anxt, answer questions An LAD
ble rest

age £ ar. as 20° : 7 A VJ Da AS ~ ¥ I
st from what a retired like that?” he should say, “Oh, T ated Tat lea: Cea buildings when it meets early this year. ThE SE EED OF A STREAMLINER !

me called his “purpose- ditin’t mind it much,” with the jnterfere with and clash with the @ YO encourage frankness,
Odyssey air of one who can endure a cer- row of gas-containers which greets Some of these

a sessions wil be} ANOTHER GLORIOUS CHAPTER FROM THE . 9
Hlunt truth tain atpouns of torture, if he the traveller who approaches held secretly in Room Four in a MASTER 4 MY HEART Salty oO Rouke
AN gasman who thigks it is his duty to do so; and from the south, Therefore there small house in Cowley-Street, E PRODUCER .... AND
' have: climbed without groaning like a volatile must be more gas-containers, to London, S.W.1, headquarters ot
I Cover Big









Gail RUSSELL
IN





481 steps in the course of and unstable Spaniard. strike a dominant note; the cheer- tne commission.

dmitted, with some hesi- Behaviour et conc orts ful, confident note of the twenti-

u Room Four is long, narrow,
ition, that “Nobody would ever eth century. A broad road driven
















vanelled, and on the first floor, we

ik of doing that sort of thing HETHER you are an through Christchurch Meadow, rhent the Rta was : ee ' Te -m

ess he had to.” The ring of “Anglo-Saxon” or not, don’t ot eee a eee residence it was a bedroom.

ith is th state Phere accompany the orchestra with a is e obvious solution of every- her sé ‘ , ce place

Ne pain? in tothe ok TRL. 6. ca loud “Dum-diddle-diddle, dum- thing. “More and bigger gas- , Otber sessions willl take place FRI. ONLY 4.30 & 815
ian unless a meter-reading ditidle-diddle-la-la-la-la,” don’t works,” said a planner recently, oh ssi il also sit in Bdin- reece

its you at the end of each Join the soloist in a song, just to “are not the least enjoyable of [OmN¢SSIOn Will also ree tor
journey. A man who is not a Show that you know it, and don’t the last enchantments of the mid- urgh. BURL IVES - BEULAH BONDI Heading For
vheel-tapper on the railways Dlbw down the neck of the lady dle~aged.” [ seat ob cea i witoed power omscou (2 59 Ged’s C try
area he yews in front of you. The proper ——————-—=—;’ Jetermine campaigners wi and BOBBY DRISCOLL nay mae Oo s asaa
vith i * riereer teams oe attitude to a violin solo is one of CROSSWORD | demand that opportunities for YOU'LL BE We Biected bp MARALD SCHUSTER Val eae a -
Nor does a non-night-watchman understanding sympathy rather

divorce should be severely re-
stricted when there are children. THE GRIP OF Lover's
Others want divorce by consent

Released through RKO Radia Pictures, Inc
Screen Play by John Tucker Battle * Adeptonion by Mource = |

AND
Ropl ond Ted Sears * From the Story by Sterling North UNMASKED

: than pained surprise; the eyes
sit up all night by a brazier in an ’ 7
empty factory, Let ue tell. the puckered at the corners, the lips








lates cain 4 itn pinched together, the head if both parties agree and after STRANGEST TRIP!
le flee day we slightly. Ban to eos side, “ court peanationiions : aan with
7 : ; hands clasp not too convul- SSS , CTY Robert ROCKWELL
nding in his short white- sively. Never draw in your FEMINISTS propose that wives , 5A Ae Dae ve

leeved tunic, like a surgeon at an breath sharply or cry “Oooh!” at

operating table, he looks long a piercing high note.

and thoughtfully at @ face he is Smart-Allick’s forceful plea

2 y MAL Soe on beauty~shops.) CRMENTING | & the: ebmn-

¢ NE day some exasperated plaint that cheating, | lying,

{) : “disillusioned Woman and thieving are increasing in
7 ; schools, Dr. Smart-Allick, of



should get a fixed proportion FARLEY RUTH ROBERT

of their husbands’ income by GRANGER ont ROMAN on WALKER
law, and even suggest that

wa LYMPIC
Stee te nae ae cries PL Ad A B'TOWN FRIDAY 2.30, 4.45 & 8.30 p.m. 0

to the woman. DIAL 2310 29d Continuing Daily 4.45 & 8.30 p.m. TO-DAY & TOMORROW 4.30 & 8.15



in the first blow, and



Paramount Action Double - -
Y °E seve: se
i L Narkover, said: “I do not ren: ANTI - FEMINISTS, however, ee ON A
lange his face. : Il think it is because initew oat recommend that only an inno- STRANGERS TRAIN ALAN LADD in - - -
t fuss about nothing becoming more priggish and , fucid ¥ 7 Why go (8) cent wife who has successfully



wee I vead that a man had sanctimonious that they tend to petitioned against a guilty hus-

1
6. Plus 2, hit for example. (5)
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. oo
\ ; :
been fined for “Kissing a exaggerate petty crime in schools, 8. Nourish. (4) 10. 10 band should receive divorce a LUCKY JORDAN
lass window,” I naturally, as Anyhow, the whole world of big ,%+ Ypset in. a tice fora slight maintenance —-L.E.S,
Chairman of the Derbyshire Nail business is based on cheating, ““ adaitional taste. (8) = AND
nd Serew Workers Drama ings, and aeng, and the boys iz Putragoous, (9)
eague, suspected that the re- Of today are the business men of {7° th nt day. () r ee
porter of this event was a China- tomorrow. They cannot begin too 0. Nothing could make it vote, (3) ee THE CRUSADERS
man, who meant to write grass YOUNS. s sd eat signi arcbccaa + 2 =
low. LI ‘read the item again, In Passing 22. The reverse of 8, (4) CLUB with HENRY WILCOXSON — LORETTA YOUNG
and discovered that the lad kissed @O widespread is the craze for #3. huld backwards. (4 ;
“ ind »w behind which a girl words made up of initials 26. Medicinal quantity. (4) ’ N
itting in an Egyptian train. that we shall soon be speaking ‘Down MORGA OPENING FRIDAY 4.30 and 8.15
‘way with those Chinese and writing a new kind of short- 1, Manacle. (6)
es, as Sean Bunyan, the hand. If you want to refer to the 2. Landed me before the entrance | COLUMBIA ACTION DOUBLE
I used to call them. Australian Test team, you will 4 {0 contest in law. | {
j READ that a powder has say ATT. The permanent eco- 2 Decapitated 22 22. (3) “QO OOOBPD00PCCO0y | and
~ been discovered which will nomic crisis will be PEC; the 5. Idolise less that ts. (5) 3) EXOTIC CAIRO FLARES? |
convert deserts into fertile soil rising cost of living, RCL; the ‘ Seo tan esa Oy ¢ A . ,
in a matter of hours. beginnjng of summer time, BST, 10. Not all the act. only part. (5) SAVAGE BATTLE Wayne,
Sahara-boom-de-ay! Within a and so on. The seventh marriage a Way of transport. (5) tb tn. (6) aia MORRIS
week the Tuareg farmer, slap- of a film star will be SMFS, im Cet 8 penny snd be Kee Pn Ti Ta
7 16. Place of hment, (5) eS
p alternate gaiters With a QINISTER happenings continue jp: Sound as bell. (4) Mra FOSTER
palm switch, will be chas- to worry orchestras. The lat- 1% The poorest, non-stop. (3) Ma
ng hyenas out of his corn, or est is a fall of plaster “which cov- Solution of yes! rday's Dussle,— Across:
laughing heartily when some ered an orchestra in Leicester be oon Gun’ Ti Ghosts; 15, wtdiot
Mi ering ostrich, seeking sand with so much grit that it had to 1D. ans: 5 | Bek: 3 Ray Bie St:
ich to hide its head, finds stop playing.” Downs i. L ‘oui S' Repud gror,g 3 SNM:
i ; but cabbages. And what Instrumentalists are becoming 4. Tenor, Hei do, Cora a Sat aa:
a pretty sight when a Tibbu very wary. A drummer in Man- 90!"Ase:’ ig, QUI ad awn
; opens at 8 p.m. The flowing beauty of crepe
We can su l O with has never hebn seen to greater advantage
; [PP Ly ¥ u o *F | for than in Ferguson's luxurious rayons Wie wr: SRA LLOTD - Won
“ s with KAY BUC .
* ey in a riot of lovely colours . . . some designs Ray Narero j seat KAY BUCKLEY WILLIAM BISHOP » FRANK MeiHiGH
Â¥ 7 *
TOILET BRUSHES .. pads anit. “s Sy T7c. Dinner traditional, some new and daring... all
SCRUBBING BRUSHES i. 300. & 5Ac. superbly carvied out by Ferguson craftsmen. ROXY
4 LAUNDRY BRUSHES 28c.
4 HAND BROOMS .. 42c and TODAY & TOMOR ROW 4.30 & 8.15
FLOOR BROOMS . $1.23 BING CROSBY in - - -
WISK OMS, 73¢ e
Oe esi wen |p Bancing EMPEROR WALTZ”
y . e
g OIL . 24c. Tin “THE GUARANTEE carried hy all Ferguson tn
Â¥ ainda sured or (he material will be replaced,
| Every Night Se eee cme enaerenan she t0l — AND —
hh adéne aes MITED, CARLISLE
T. BR. EVANS & WHITFIELDS Manufacturers of Yextiter since 182 “ALIAS NICK BEAL~
(Except Sunday) & B L P.O. Box 403, Bridgetown. Starring :
Representative A. S. Bryder Sens (Barbados id jox 403 vgeto’ Le
YOUR SHOE STORES :
Dial 4220 Dial 4606 Ray MILLAND Audrey TOTTER
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WEDNESDAY JANUARY 23, 1952









, BARBADOS ADVOCATE PAGE THREE ~
6 y i a . “A baton in every knapsack’ up to date . . . by € ing re | oocesesooes+
Remove Top Limit On : Ss ry Cummings — Handbag With | goer ornenccermmemnanomaamnarnians
“92 ; = : ' $
Awe x




Articles Stolen

\ HANDBAG containing $12 in

|} cash and other articles valued

an $105 was stolen from a chair at

" the Hat Department of DaCosta &

Co., Ltd., Broad Street, between

10.45 a.m. and 10.50 a.m. on Mon-

a day. It is the property of Rene

my < 835 Plissonneau of the Marine Hotel,
i Sy Hastings

Sugar Production’ |"

LONDON, Jan. 10,
Criticisms of the Commonwealth Sugar Agreement are
now being voiced by experts in the sugar trade in London,
who have now had time to study fully the long and compli-
cated text of the Agreement. ’

WORRIED
ABOUT
PARKING

?

THEN SEE THE

“CORGI
MOTOR CYCLE

*



Lord Lyle of Westbourne, pres- ' — bbwrrnag tah 2 Be:
ident of Tate and Lyle, has par-

ticularly attacked the provisions 42 Dead, 61 Hurt

of the Agreement which restrict

sugar exports by Empire produc- W

ers and which are thus a restric- In eek-end
tion on production,

“Don’t restrict the production Plane Crashes

of the Empire,” he declared, “Not
a moment should be wasted in At least eee. Jan. a 1
removing the top limit to produc- were inj persons died and 6
tion.” p jured in three week-end
military airplane crashes into a
While sugar exports from the mountainside, a prisoners’ bar-
Empire producing territories are T@°KS, and the moonlit North
limited under the Agreement to Pacific. Three others were feared
2,375,000 tons a year, he pointe dead, but 12 survived West Coast
out, something like 3,250,000 tons tragedies near Port Angeles,
a year are needed to supply Em- Washington, and at Sacramento,
pire importing countries. | Con- California.
sumptio J i $
pt in a ee en _ Seven survivors told grim stor-
ration, is estimated at 2,550,000 yaa one Peay Bh sue. Eeeoas
tons yeury Airlift D.C.4, which smashed into
” Hecate Straight as it attempted an
. eh a? emergency landing at Sandspit
Milder Criticism Field on Queen Charlotte Islands.
Milder criticism comes from The seven described how 36
the London “Times,” which com- others, including two civilian
ments: “The scheme may appear pilots and a stewardess froze or
to suffer from the rigidities in- Growned in the cold waters before

Clyde Archer of Tudor Street,
City, reported that two pieces of
mahogany wood valued £1. 17s.,
were stolen from his workshop at
the same address between Satur-
day and Sunday.

A ewe sheep and two lambs
were stolen from the enclosed
yard of Mabel Bishop at Martin-
dale’s Road, St. Michael, between
1.00 and.1.45 am. on Monday.
They are her property.





¢

G Mr. G. C. Brathwaite of Hag-
gatts Plantation, St. Andrew, re-
ported that a tarpaulin value “dl $96
was stolen from a motor lorry at]
Haggatts Plantation yard between |
7.00 and 8.00 am. on December
22. The incident was reported on
Monday. It is the property of
Messrs. S. P. Musson, Son & Co.,
Ltd



120 Miles per gallon
* 30 M.P.H. with ease

ENCE * 104 Ibs. weight only
DEATH SENT ECONOMY — ACCESSIBILITY — RELIABILITY
From Our Own Correspondent)

ANTIGUA, Jan. 22. an Ae an
Today His Lordship Donald E,



ail 5956 OO TCP AAAI TA TEM oO
LOLA P PORPDL DLL CE EEDA APIA EE SVC CSH.

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i i - Pr : : Jackson pronounced death sen- ) al ata
ae in any scheme involving a May I trouble any future Presidents to do a little arms drill .. .?” tetice ¥, Thomas Dowdye, a ie stein ros — Bay Street §
ong-term quotas and fixing of Three other men were feared London Express Servi ce native of Monserrat who was

dead in the crash of aB 17 Rescue ~~ +2 ————————— ———--— scanecsintetine

; 1 1 °
ies whic is casi 5 harged with the murder of ( ‘ | Hi (l Te \ | 1 ° 3
ties which in this case may be the plane which plunged into Tyler an tatte Edwards whose body enera ar ware i upp 1@s— Rickett St. $

more seri ; as [re ar i
1ore serious as there are wide peak near Port Angeles while re- was found in a cotton field at

differences of costs between the ; ; )
ala aa turning from the scene of the Crosby’s estate on the Sth of »
é we countries though there D.C. 4 crash Oc sobae last : 1266999996666 09099 G 909 FOF 99 9S S996 6995S OSS OO8 SOD
wi 9 one uniform price. In Sacramento, a B 25 light a

The paper points out that there bomber “flopped down” on a

prices in relation to costs—rigidi-



will be various “safety-valve” prisoner barracks killing six per-

clauses, providing that deficien- 50S and injuring 61 others. The
cies by any exporters may be crash oceurred minutes after the
taken up by others, that U.K. 39 prisoners had returned to their ;
purchases may be increased and barracks from their noon meal. il
that special ‘arrangements may Survivors of the sea craft were

be made if an International Sugar taken to McChord Airforee Base,

Agreement is signed Washington, where they gasped It would be nice to report that It was the custom of the life~ the occupation army in Japan and
s out their story of “death by slow g00d-looking, genial Dan Barry, guards to give at least one guest so on. For doing one book, “Fight S
“There will be consultations on motion” in the icy North Pacific. who draws the daily adventures of a day a “ridiculously impossible” for Freedom,” fr the Nation: ul

the United Kingdom Government motor boat manned by volunteers Syndicate, decided to become an take out a canoe—and when Helen Freedom Foundation prize at Val-

decides to cease to be the sole who heard their cries for help. artist because the call was on him passed the outlandish test, Dan ley Forge, Pa.
importer of sugar—though, in- and he felt his only wa f iife was fascine , her “4 3
deed, the problem might et be . The_ plane, chartered from ¥ Fe ey Was fascinated by her. He ended rs lives in West Hempstead



easy,’ the paper says, “These Trans-World Airlines by the Army Son wre 8 pains vor Ad ses), up by marrying her in August of L:I., with Helene and their twe
safeguards clearly do not dimin- W4s flown by a Northwest Airlines u know — a sort of spiritual 1942, children, Lois and Steven, but he

Corrosion costs











how obligations will be met if They were rescued by an outboard “Flash Gordon” for King Features swimming test before letting him Assn. of Manufacturers, he won a
uk? a year

: . dedication, It was after the summer was has Tie
ish the rigidity of the agreement, crew. Servicemen were returning ati aime : which will. be easier with a home from Korea on an emer- oon Re ae the gam, done and Dan was working at tan, where he works long after* O you know the amount of
carefully critical eye both inside #¢ency leave. e day Dan decided to earn a Coney Island as a pitchman for a noons through. = generally con- 4 :

” An. Air Force Medical team living with’a drawing board was concession — “Hurry, hurry, Corrugated Iron imperted int










and outside the sugar trade. ae . r tinues his work at night, for, al-
ind outside the sugar trade searched for the three missing the day he met one of the most ladies ‘n’ gen’lmen....°—that he ough he works . weasdnabts tropical countries every vear ?

From Australia, however, members of the rescue plane comparatively wealthy men in met George Mandell, a comic-book speed and dispatch, he is a pains- Thef figure is astonishingly high, and
comes praise for the Agreement. which ploughed into by a. ener eat ome was @ artist who was, in Dan's words, taking artist and likes to have hi after allowing for new Works the
Senator O'Sullivan, the Austral. Mountains on a return flight from comic-book artist. iis man,” “the richest guy in the neighbour- drawings as near perfect as pos- balance represent bh forfeit fi
; bates fea Te . ane 4 crash, > i with vivid logic ” «we “) “ Te 1 Pp s a heavy forleit for
ian Minister for Trade and Cus- the scene of the D.C. 4 crash. Dan reasoned with vivid logic, hood. So I said ‘This is for sible for packing them off. lack of tak )
toms, has stated in Canberra that —U.P. “makes a a money drawing me,’” Dan says. Attie diem photokraphy bide ing Droper precautions
he will place the text of the comics. I will be a comic artist.” “T’d never even thought of this little | ball y Pr
Agreement before the Australian sy might be over-simplifying medium, which could combine my a ean eoe acs eee? bo . otection oO easy with
Cabinet as soon as possible. U. K. Troops Comb a little. Actually, Dan always penchants for dramaties, writing artist’: les ha has Send to py >

He said that the London dis- had oe and Sie on hoy, and art—all in one package,” Dan one although, as he suspecter
cussions of the Commonwealth Egyptian Grav és aut as tet pee i w at you're says. “That I could earn a living pack at Coney Island, it has it
Sugar Conference had resulted in oS! one of eight children reared in a at it made it ll the more ex- yewards l 1 i O

Le ea a 7 : ; ® poor neighbourhood, you’re easily efting.* o ae ee heey Sosace
‘onclusions most satisfactory to ; ; 3 : 7 0 PaSHY citing. rd ‘
rg ol yg ion F or anon Axis iccouraged trom any hopes of ate De ae et Sovran wat ce sopene Anti-Corrosive Paint
also t the Australian sugar f ZONE, tainment on an aesthetic leve Ay e became friendly with Man-
indu try. BLU. Fi U.K. H.Qrs., SUEZ C ee 22. Born July 11, 1928 in Long dell, watched him work and then, 7 for every INCH of metal.

A British military spokesman Branch, N.J., one of eight children when Mandell went into service, Dump Fire Put Out
: paratroopers of Samuel and Sally Barry, Dan Dan took over some of his comic-

FERROGENE is an anti-corrosive
paint de signed for the tropics, It clings
closely tc the surface of metai-work, forming
a camp-proof, air-proof skin which preserves
its life clmost indefinitely, In three attractiy:
shades s—Red, Grev and Gyeen,

Manufacturers: BURRELL'S PAINTS, Miteham, Surrey
(Propa.: R. J, HAMER & SONS (Paints)



wi here, said that ~K
7 . battle Moved to New York with his book work, labouring in collabora- — Shortly after 12.50 p,m, yester

Agramionte Will wounded in yesterday's aba Saye family when he was eight and tion with Mandell’s brother, Later, day the Fire Brigade rushed to
tian. eres rists died last night. spent hig boyhood and adolescent he branched out on his own as a Hill Road, Bank Hall, and put out

‘5 free-lance cartoonist for comic a fire which broke out in a dum)
4 2. e fattalions of the years growing up in Manhattan c
k ight In Germiarty at seven attenine, ¢ Bi? and Brooklyn, At Textile High books and he was begining to make in that area,



BERLIN, Jan. 21. fs dier Kenneth School in New York, he wrote 4 good thing of it when he was
Cuban heavyweight champ pe ‘tenis ~ cael search and illustrated for the high school caljed into the Army on August,
Omelio Agramonte will fight his o6¢ 4 cemetery where more than newspaper but only for his own 1943, '
second bout in Germany against ¢ 999 rounds of anti-aircraft shells amusement; he hadn’t any idea of He had two and a half years of
German heavyweight Richard Jere found yesterday. British making a career of it. He also service, including a mererchh =
Vogt, it was learned here today. sythorities said that theatres close played football, was on the combat on Guam, and worked in

% y se si 1 intelligence. He
the cemetery would be searched tumbling team and was so good Japanese signa yf
eng prigr poi ekaig th wea et
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I'AC.I II \ BARBADOS ADVOCATE WEDNESDAY. JASCARY 83. \*U W.I. Tourists Beat Victoria By 4 Wickets Walcott. Christian* Beat ( lock In Race For Runs (rroni ll\KOI.!> |i \l I SYDNEY lan. 22. etory m a moel Mhillonil rajuinei In hurricane hou exploded Into an aatoniahii VJctoaig witn two minute • to ipare. K hitOOUi wickel ol the tout In U KEEP YOUR HOME SP/C AND SPAN I Ol It III xs %  win in 210 i Sl till %  -.,•; .HH! R H and bot Sensations IKi !; %  ii nil the DOW ling, and %  %  IUU now .i.. i ii assault OH th needed IW2 in 10 %  %  %  %  four*, %  i i>u 119 in •cored i %  BL' thoMk rboll betl the Victorian neldan* %  Delirious Chwrleg When Wakotl fell lo a mag. %  for his nsagniul i i I %  in 1U2 minutes. %  ttuag] that hit the mill %  % %  i 1 %  %  -1 lo mob Ing room. Filter than Uectridti Bo d l>ec thai t' %  lost control < f %  the and ampin '.>il up slumps I befor. hlt ii.. i I %  inch ti IT i i tow tetn J'cans Deny Cold Welcome Kumour PUBLIC CONTRACTS HILL PASSED We) have a wide range of PAINTS-ENAMELS VARNISHES I. HERBERT Ltd. lworpwrelrft lt Mi. K. C. Mai Mnea> 'he louring Jamaican team, yfrd*) denied the substance of. an ippeamn in the Daily c.ir*nrt oi JwauUca, inch ciaimea Under a Bill passed by the ,"' House of Assembly last night for 'jtrying out ol the Convon. tien relating to Clause* in Public |j Contracts, public contractors i B j,i ,, U.'.B-C -,prt nttum-ve hour%  rates of I e been given a cold rel i;.-it .II'..' Ir, an interview with Ihe IrivM-jUMtecdaj Mr. Marle> said:— 'This naming I saw a cutting (ron UM Dally Clr W T Newspaper >. tb> i . HICKETEHS COLD WELCOME" This has caused me and every member of the Jamaica team considerable conmn Some of the Statement! eon turned therein are %  0 far front the truth that I am unable to allow them to pas* wages and observe hours and conditions ol labour not less favourable than those established in the trade or Industry in lh, where the work 1* carried out NOTICE St \ II I rUlMTTO turn. one to Irs durlm hl> il K. ii-in,i..n Oval nnhio of II Youngsters 1 Swimming Form \ugurs Well For *52 Olympics The Bill which was parsed with.",„:,,";; %  .Tl*'oee4Uo* * inmenL w V 5 ^ md "^ 0 BAHHADOS OrVB OUB '"rough the House by Di. H. G. — Cummins, junior member tor Si. Thomas, on behalf of the Government, and supported by Mr. M F. Cox iLi who seconded the motion for the second reading. The two members explainci I would even say that if every "'" l lh purpose of the Bill *as was the complete and l implement a Convention adopiunvarnishaii truth 1 would regard fd "> the lnlernat IO nal Labmi ale as not in Ihe best Organisation at a general Cn(.tmtercM of the good relationship *'" ce "' %  tournaat Geneva in June HH. which Convention provides that persons employed by public BOD* I reeeivi the NUM wages and conditions of employment as similar employee* fctly by G Kdwat-i B i % %  ., f.rm and prospects \.ho recently crossed from Dover as soon as our arrival. I have had'' -~~ —:~ ~":~~— ~" -xt sumto Calms m IS hours to become repeatedly lo remind member a ot P rov,de u 1 1 ** contractor snau HI .. swirnDM of the four men who have the team of that warning -im the BttfUgfa Channel m both .-cqucntly many of the invitations niing Is another sport which is directions Was then a young and which have been pourinu in have ,'ivel in the luperbb lit M years ot age. A had to be refused. Tinted Kingdom Vorkshiremaii. Philip Rising, swam "I cannot too strongly state from the time when Captain across at 42 Tom Blower, made o,at no member of the team Vatthew Webb swam the English | rvcerd England-to-Francc. swim aasoclates himself with lhi„ artlclM \l.THt PII.KINGTON and prospects .vluin wr hope that thew iftanti will i We oeOM here to play end to the best of our ability and ai ;.m m itranae* le Barbados warned the team against the P 10 !" n Englishman dangers of Barbadian hospitality— -. .Vi I ne Bill TENDERS are invited lor the manulaclurc of WIRE COAT HANGERS. A sample can be obtained from the Manager, Sanitary Laundry Co. Ltd. SANITARY LAUNDRY CO.. LTD. CLYDI *\ \li <"l I SCOREBOARD %  i d Of the Flrsi I ..mi BerbedM %  ended yesterday in II: wur-hipp*-!.tlike could ipenri forma Iff] .. to France In ia"Sthe iwo years ago when 3% iport bag bad %  ronanUc gppeal tended swimming back when unh.ni IU'I ittempted the favourable conditions off ihe %  .r. ufore Webb achieved it He French coast prevented him from %  n'-anie %  n.iliofiul iiei. His pelstarting. His ambition is still to .-o f'red others with the swim the Channel there and back that crou Channel in one go Florence Chasiwick. of AuKii-t erg now California, the only woman wh* numeroAis. has swum It both ways, is 32. The newspapers have played But the younger they are, asilieir part hclpint lo popularise Miming they have reached physiIht sport. Before World War It cal maturity, the better. When %  pis i u aaej arere prateaslonDoris Fell, a Lancashire mri b— ,.|ly taught to swim at seaside recame the llrst of her sex ever to irl i -f :i publicity camiwUn the ten ;ind a half mile 117 since I have seen this often-n-e palgn Seeatde auttsOrlltei did kilometres) length of Ice-cold Lake utting only this morning, ol iheir share by building spacious Windermere, she was 16. Cardiff intimating the displeasure of the ful swimming pools in schoolteacher June Knight was'18 entire Jamaica Bide and tender to the open an where swimmers an 1 when she. too. achieved this pert h u public of Barbados >ur e last June apologies for any annoyance or keep proper wage books and tunp Hiicets showing that the wages paid to. and time worked by the workmen in and about the execution of the contract, and that contractor shall be bound whenrequirwd, to produce such much'd.swoge I***" ond time sheets for the inspection of any person authorised by the Labour Commissioner, who is deemed the "Competent Authority." which omllture as have other matters which have appeared in the Dally Gleaner newspaper since our departure but which fOrtunateb affect only the personal life of certain players. "If the reporter has not been iYirr.x-11, ,n„r... „i ,k i iracis wiinoui approval irtun me The Bill also prohibits the contractor from sub-letting their contracts without approval from thi i take the earliest opportunity of contradicting this most unfortunate article. *I take the earliest opportunity, tub-contractor in all cases t conform to the conditions of the main contract, the main contractor being responsible for the observance of all contract conditions on the part of the subcontractor. %  Kauri • %  b Ath %  %  I*T l\MM,^ t %  : b s.*tMt %  i *k. BltiiM b I K A1bln>n c Muli. b Itwod r KL-C >i|>l Ilium Ii Pinroal Bbuu b Uudir n.i| oul Iheb 'eisurc in a health giving In international and home hurt which this ill-conceived swimming events more and more article may have caused, BntabVl A.natcui Swimming established performers of mature "Finally let me on behalf ol .Weiiat.oi. >.tw t.< the ompetiti\ rs .tie being pushed oul b> lunaJog tender |Q BarbadOl OUI -,-ie by encouraging the format. :i Ijm wh. are Uttte more than most hearty and sincere congratu0) tlobs Us activities were the children. At least two 18 yeay lations on their well merited winmore successful because the "ds may go to Helsinki with had been well prepared by Britain s Olympics swimming lean; ihe Schools' Associations, whow •"* summer while aim was lo get boys and girls irjlo holidays. Teen-agers the water as soon as posslblt. They have done magniflccm work for awimming in Britain by teaching i %  Ik >!.: %  %  I.., V 3 i i ass. .HUM IM. 1 . ti t %  .!> ". Ms gfJT -in. 1. ItllUI b It l-ii: 1 • %  %  %  '.ir as 1 lot l o> senegs IAMMI i>i nnroraa b narhvr 1 U Thorboorn a r.luill b B>rk SS %  I I. b Km* 1 i l< K.n* Jl i t b w b c B VrillUma %  lloldn H n it school i all the OUi "ye** titles on the first day of Britain's laUonel swimming championships u August. One was Angela Barnvoung children the basic elements *<'"• ** Worthing. 13 years old of the sport. The education girl 100 yards (91.4 inches) free authorities have readily g'*"en style champion them all the support possible. This %  £ %  ,h '', hrllllamt Scottish girl i lion has brought excellent Nancy Rlach. whose life wu so Itenlll tragically cut oft in its prime by It is true that age is not a parinfantile paralysis Angela's time ticulax handicap to swimming it w t*"" ,h ,an those returned the enthusiast is tit. Wlllia: tiieu . jhoolb, towns %  tid In county trials. With such thoroughness and enthusiasm Britain cannot fail to produce not onlv line swimmer* at an early m age but maintain the enthusiasm l Briliain's best reflected in an entry of 540 swimmers, a record, for 16 Individual events at the recent national championships. WHAT'S ON TODAY Court sf Appeal—10.00 a.m. Police Band Concert at Silver Sand.*, Christ Church — 7.45 p.m. FOOTBALL TODAY There will be a football match ni 5 o'clock this afternoon at the V.Ml'C. ground, Beck"-* between the staff of Manning and Co., and S. P, Musson Son and Co. The teams are : — Manilla*'*: W II Ktfl Li Skeete. It I Marshall. R. Johnson. I. Bvi tarmei 1> llowaid and S. Ooddai : MNWIII'I B B ncld. A. i Hoert (CapL), R, Noel A Ingram, H. |ng) A. Hutch.ns n. 1 Medford, i. M rah ill and A. Stoute. •enior championships. Then there are those two other 15 year-olds, the Yorkshire backstroke discovery Pauline Musand Scotland's OJympic hope Margaret McDowall. In separate heats Pauline returned toe belter tunes but Margaret retained ihe women's backstroke title by The International Yacht Racing mches when they clashed in the Union are to slold trials In June linal. There was only four-tenths to select a new two-man boat foi of a second between them. Paulintern, itlonnl racing. ,n,> first showed promise when at Recently designed in Holland the age of 11 she became the youngest girl to compete in the championships Her success is an New Centreboard Yacht For 7rials r. :. J r. i. tor si s tar in, a f..r iss. T roc m it., sss. 9 tor am m.ll.l\4. AN IIIHM o hi ii W 1 King M S • 4 lUikn U 11 1 I* SS !i v so iKNUroi specially "for this task is the FlyIIIK Dulchnuui. a generously decked boat of just under 20ft., with low freeboard and of the planing type. Developed from the International TOfMOOi the Flung Dutchman represent,, the ideas of many small-boat npertl nd the prototype, built of mouldllustration of the Ihoroughne*: with which the English Schools' Swimming Association is finding and preparing future intern: iional representatives. At Blackpool in Northern Enjfi i i. v b I eu plywood and weighing only 1,,nrt reconV' 40 boys and girU 275 1b. has shown an exciting per'ompeted m the finals of the (brmance In preliminarv trials. %  "Honal school championships II :suggested that tUneglas. 1 he reward of merit is a couching A ill also be allowed for the hull %  oursc with intensive training, 'ion if this class i' adoptrh *' ultimate reward may be od. Flhreglass hulls, which conOlympic honours for the nutstandi i layers of fabric made of, in swimmers. I glass flbres bonded toThe secretary of the Schools' ^ %  thei with a theriiio-ja-ttlng championships is Mr. S I"). itte U.S. MINISTER TO LIBYA NAMED %  WlllUllH I.. .• .. .' K AVASHINGTON Jan. 21. leal Truman Moo I BMMnln iti ret Vlilllll r • r. KI lo the newly | %  claimed a*ei klnaaon ol Libya. Il(ililr i r .. plastic material, wore first seen in Ihe U.S.. but the material has also been used for boatbuilding in Britain. Several existing type* Inboard racing boats present .it the trials to show comparatlye performance. Among 111 probably be the International 14ft.. the I4f: Merluiliocket, the 15ft. SwordlWi and the recently introduce.) 16ft. S Hornet—all dtnghli'* oiiKiii.iTink' \* In Britain II ilifceb thai the American-designed Thistle and he v ;-\ man-designed l;n metre Sharpie will alao a< t trW JUST THE THING YOU NEFD MOST | I II L 1 \ K i: %  s $3.25 $4.26 Popular Shades — Supreme Quality HI l\l S Prince William Henry Street water polo expert and couijly swimmer. Describing how tne ehoeen 4tM> gUnsned the coveted honour of appearing in the finals, | ten* he said they passed through vauH> C.n Also Hupply V.u Wllh IIABOWARE ITEMS JVJEV U. TAYLOR A They'll l>.) Ii Ever) rime WXTLE LI^KA^LL is we cojnwRy T^PE—HE'S FORElSK SENCM6 THE MEAT 84TK AT THE LCC^L STE/KERy— 1 gcors wivfce A I <3XX> T.VE-PLEASE \ oo-rr uue A. ITEMS YOI NESCAFE — 4-U2. Il„nl„ OXO — ANDREWS LIVKFI SALTS PRECS COCOA — FRVS COCOA — ORANGE JUICE MACARONI — MURRAY'S STOUT Tint Aaortod IWBR BISCUITS — PEANUTS per lb — Pkm. KRAFT CHEESE JKFFREYS BEER ''*-'-'-*'-.*.-.'-'.•.*.-.-.-.-.-,-,-.•.•.-,-.'.-.-.-.-.',*.-.-.-.' That touch of smartness with these Itri'w Tn-ffils •mil Spurt Twovtls TKOPICAI.S pet .Mird MSI .. „ S4.64 ,. .. S3.62 DRKSS TVVKEDS p,r vd $4.11 „ S.44 I SIHJRTS TWSBDS per vdj $4.47 ., „ SSM • •-•-1 VW,VA-.W.VAV,V.V.,tV,



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ESTABLISHED 1895



Tail Curls Up In

Fourteen Overs

(By O. S. COPPIN)

. BARBADOS yesterday defeated Jamaica by an innings
and 167 runs when the First Jamaica-Barbados Test ended
at Kensington. To Barbados’ first innings total of 753,
Jamaica replied with 311 in their first innings and having
been forced to “follow on” 442 runs behind, were all out
yesterday for 275 runs. ®

When play ended on Monday Jamaica had scored 243
for the loss of six wickets and yesterday needed 199 runs to
wipe off the balance. E

But it only took pace bowler King and slow spinner
“Boogles”’ Williams 48 minutes to claim the other four
wickets for 32 runs. King took one of these wickets and
Williams three. ;

King’s figures for the 2nd innings were 180 4M 45R 3W
and Barker’s were slightly under these but nevertheless
good by Intercolonial standards. These were 140 2M 51R 3W.

C. “Boogles” Williams who also secured a bag of three
wickets finished with these figures 25.50 5M 65R 3W.

YESTERDAY’S PLAY

Barbados opened the attack yesterday with King from
the pavilion end and “Boogles” Williams from the screen
end.

The wicket was still firm but was taking spin and at
least it seemed to possess no terrors for the batsmen Mudie
and Miller, not out overnight 4 and 9 respectively. Mudie
signified that he was comfortable by getting back on his
wicket and pulling a shortish one from Williams to the’
square-leg for four.

He got another boundary from King, having played for-
ward to a good length one but only got the bottom edge of
his bat to it but the ball flew through the slips, along the
carpet all the time to the rail for four.

But with fifteen runs added to the overnight total of
243 for 6 Mudie was struck in front, playing back to King
and Umpire Foster upheld an appeal for lbw. Mudie had
reached the fateful 13 runs. 258/7/13.

Skipper Bonitto joined Miller, the latter of whom was
dismissed two balls later without addition to the total. He
allowed two well tossed “googlies” from Williams that
seemed like “gifts” for a batsman with Miller’s reach and
hitting powers, to pull down to the unpoliced long-on bound-
ary or at least in that direction. But Miller would have
none Of-thits ew. .

In direct contrast to his reserved attitude towards those
two balls on his pads, he slashed at a well flighted top
spinner outside the off stump later in the over. It was no |
surprise to those who saw the stroke, even if it did surprise
Miller himself, that the ball took the edge for King, the
solitary slip, to take a copy-book catch to dismiss him for 14.

Pace bowler Goodridge now partnered his skipper and
seemed out to force the pace. He made a few big hits by
way of warming up. He did not connect, neither did he
seerh worried.

Marshall replaced King at the pavilion end and Good-
ridge after dabbing forward inquiringly at the first two
deliveries and having been beaten, hit the fourth ball hard
and high past cover for four runs.

Goodridge
was not impar-
tial in his pun-
ishment. Next
over from Wil-
liams he went
down his wicket
and catching one
of the spinners
on the volley
lifted it high and

for he was
laying quietly
and getting the
ball in the cen-
tre of the bat.
However he
got back on his
wicket and at-
tempted to pull
short low one
from: Williams.

naan

As

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TRAIN)







He missed and
hard, first wa®bowled off
bounce, to the his pad for 5
sightscreen for runs. Jamaica's
four. total was now

Skipper Bon- 275/9.

itto was next to
go. His dismissal
was not expect-
ed at that time London Express Service. ball from Wil-
liams. He was out in similar manner to Miller. He flashed
his bat at a well flighted top spinner outside the wicket,
snicked and King in the slip came into the picture again
with a simple catch.

This closed the Jamaican innings for 275 giving Barba-
dos victory by an innings and 167 runs. Four wickets had
fallen yesterday for an additional 32 runs.

The Second Test opens to-morrow.

Schooner ‘Zenith’ Overdue

THE 87-ton schooner Zenith with a crew of !1 has been
reported to be about one month overdue on her voyage from
Barbados to British Guiana. Two Barbadian members of
the crew were Frank Gibson and Frank Richards who were
learning navigation with the Zenith’s skipper, Captain P. A.
Tannis.

The Zenith left Barbados
since December 19 with a load through

of stone for Springlands, British) Pumps. —
Guiana, and was due to arrive at} The Schooner Pool, local agents

Scarlett, next
man in only
survived one

to remember,
Petrov, the other gun ig for
failures |”



the timbers the

by



B.G., about two or three days of the Zenith told the
before Christmas. Advocate yesterday that they
had not heard from the vessel
Captain Every of the schooner since she left Barbados for
Marion Belle Wolfe which | British Guiana, The Harbour and
arrived from British Guiana|Shipping Department had no
yesterday morning, said that) knowledge of her whereabouts.
when he was leaving British

Guiana on Friday last nothing)

23 DIE IN

was known up to then of the
whereabouts of the Zenith,

He said that her agents in| PLANE CRASH
British Guiana cabled other ae oe z
West Indian islands to find out ELIZABETH, New Jersey,
if Captain Tannis had stopped Jan. 22.

on his trip down and replies tc An American Airlines Convair
the agents were in the negative. plane carrying 23 persons crashed
“ {into a house and apartment build-

Captain Every said that hejing and exploded here Tuesday
heard that a steamship passed| killing all aboard
the Zenith about 80 miles off Buildings were set on fire and
B.G., light and communications] at least nine of their occupants
passed between them to the/severely burned. The Airlines
effect that the schooner had | listed as a passenger Judge Robert
sprung a leak but the crew were'Patterson former Secretary of
controlling the water seeping War~-U.P,

D:

AY, JANUARY 23,



1952



_ Barbados Score Innings
Victory Over Jamaica

Iran Goes| House Pass

; To Polls

TEHERAN, Jan. 22.
Police guarded 84 polling places

in Teheran as voters east thei:
ballots in the Iranian national
| Parliamentary election. Early

|reports said that voting was quiet

and orderly. No incidents were
reported, but police guards were
posted at polling places to guard
against Communist-Nationalist
clashes,

Voters lined up: outside voting
places, Each man took less than
one minute to vote, A Seven-man
Board noted the voter’s name,
identity card number, and occu-
pation, then the voter. d
his ballot—marked with the
names ef 12 candidates, into an
18” by 12” sealed metal Paiiot

box,
By mid-morning it was eal»

mated that 11,000 votes had been
cast.

_ Balloting in the national elec-
tions takes place in different dis-
tricts at different times. Teheran
is important because it is the
stronghold of Premier Mohammed
Mossadegh’s Nationalist Front.
The Nationalist Front is strongest
in the Mosque and Bazaar areas
of the City.

The outlawed Communist Tudeh
Party — whose members are run-
ning as Independents — generally
is strongest in the areas near the
city limits.

Clashes were feared between the
Communists and the Nationalist
supporters of Mossadegh, because
he accepted $23,000,000 in
United States Point Four Aid on
Sunday night.

Mossadegh who is too old to be
a candidate in the national Par-
liamentary elections, will lead
Government and Nationalist Party
officials to the polls. As Nation-
alist Party head he will b§ eligi-
ble for re-appointment as Premier.

—UP. !

Lennox-Boyd
May Represent
Colonies

(From Our Own Correspondent)

LONDON, Jan, 22.



Colonial

Working Party set up by the
Commonwealth Finance Minis.
ters to investigate all possible

soars = A gee production
will probably through one of
the three U.K. Ministers concern-
ed with Colonial Affairs.

Although detailed procedure
has yet to be worked out, it is
considered unlikely that the colo-
nies will have any direct repre-
sentation on the Working Party
at this stage. Their chief spokes-
man will probably be A. Lennox-
Boyd, Minister of State for the
Colonies, who is due back from
Africa tomorrow,

Colonial Governments will be
kept fully informed of the pfo-
gress made by the W ig
Party and their advice will be
sought at each stage of the in-
vestigation.

Two Sections
_ The study,to be made falls
into two parts. First will come
an examination of the oppor-
tunities for an early increase in
the productive power of member
@ On Page 7

B.W.I. Central
Authority Urged

(From



Our Own Correspondent)
LONDON, Jan. 22.
The suggestion that the Colonial
Office should give a lead on lim-
ited lines to enable a central
authority for
Indies to be established in the
Caribbean is contained to-day in
a New Commonwealth editorial.
I learn that the suggestion is not
likely to receive any official back-
ing however at least until after
the Caribbean Federation Confer-
ence to be held here later this
year. If at that Conference Brit-
ish West Indian territories indi-
cate a desire for a Colonial Office
lead then and only then is it like-

ly to be forthcoming,

The New Commonwealth says
that the decision of the Regional
Economic Committee to ra
until April the selection of a Trade
Commissioner and assistant in
London may be taken as a com-
mentary on the present state of
official co-ordination in the Carib-
bean.

The Regional Economic Com-
mittee cannot provide the desired
central authority—which is “des-
cribed as a regrettable fact—but
which is illustrated by the pro-

sal to vest executive control of

ade Commissioner services in
the Comptroller for Development
and Welfare in the West Indies.
Single Authority

Until some single general au-
thority is set up, it is easy, says
New Commonwealth, to predict
the difficulties that will be en-
countered in finding men and
creating machinery to carry out
the increasing nurnber of common
tasks.

Plans for Caribbean Federation
have provoked a division of local
opinion which does not augur well
for the immediate future but the
value of functional co-operation
in several important fields grows
daily clearer.

representation on the} United States officials are draft-

Draft Reply
To Gavernor

THE House of
yesterday passed with amend
ments a. draft reply

cellency the Governor's
speech, which was delivered
on December 13 at the open-
ing of the present Legislative
Vessions. The House will pre-
sent the Governor with the
reply,

A motion by Mr.
Mottley that the Government
will promise to consider ¢x-
ploring eyery possible aventie
for emigration be added in
the reply was defeated by a
13—6 majority. In this eon-
nection Mr. Adams said that
that was only superft as
Government was do’ its
utmost with regards emigra-
tion,

A motion by Mr. J. C. Mottley
that it be added in the reply that
Government would consider any
Proposal for a deep water harbour
was accepted.

Criticism was made against the
Governor’s statement that Givil |
Servants should not be over too |
freely abused. |

The reply reads : |

The House of Assembly thanks
Your Excellency for the speech
which Your Excellency was pleas~
ed to deliver at the Opening of
the new Legislature.

7% House is - 8 } to
consider proposa nereasing
the efficiency of the Civil Estab-
lishment and trusts that it will be

ble, at a very early date, to
ake full advantage of the facili-

_ @ On page 6.

U.S. To Restrict
Travel Of Russian
Diplomats

WASHINGTON, Jan. 22.
It hag been learned that the





ing a stiff order to resist travel
of Russian diplomats in the Uni-
ted States in a move designed to
counter new travel limits imposed
last week on American and other
foreign diplomats in the apie
Union.

Details have not been worked
out yet but Truman Administra-
‘tion sources said that the US.
order will be just as tough as the
Kremlin’s.
the order will be issued soon,

The U.S. decided against retal<}mouth

jation in 1948 when
clamped some _ restrictions
foreign travel. Officials are con-

vinced now however, that Russia}mentioned but it is

should get a dose of he, own
medicine.—U.P.

HARNESSING







| WIND GENERATORS may boost
|

Assembly

by a|
Select Committee to His Ex- |

E. D |

They predicted sthat!on March 10.

Moscow | Vanguard on March 1), arriving order that we
on}at Capetown on the 26th: "e

The 100 kw wind-powered generator, built by the North of Scotland



Top — Jamaica
Arthur Bonitto
for 5 runs on the last day
of the first Test
between Barbados and
Jamaica at Kensir ction

Captain
bowled

played

Bottom-—J. MecLeoa
Mondey at
King
top

bowled



sington by
McLeod's 79
score in

was
Jamaica's
second innings in the first
Jamaica—Barbados Test &





eee een tates ns nenseeeeshnsstesshstneste~ettmeeane

US. And U.K. Must
Act As Equals

LONDON, Jan. 22,
Foreign Seeretary Mr. Anthony Eden said Tuesday
night it is only as an equal that Britain “can work effectively
with the United States to build an enduring peace,”
He also promised “drastic realistic far-reaching” meas-
ures soon to put Britain on her feet economically and meet
the-“gravest crisis the sterling area has faced in its history.”

King Starts Health
Cruise March LO

| Eden told the National Farmers
| Union dinner that the interests of
| Britain and the U.S. were so close,
j their aims so similar, that “any

py ibiding separation between us
LONDON, Jan, 22. would be unthinkable. He added
Buckingham Palace announced | «|; js only as equals we can work
Tuesday night that the King) efectively.in partnership with the

leaves London on a health cruise
He said the King
and Queen will embark at Ports-
aboard the battleship

lu S. to build enduring peace. It is
in the interest of the whole free
world that we be self-reliant in
can make our con-



hibution.

This meahs first and forémost
we must recover our economic in-
;dependence and thereby our self-
confideftice and self-esteem.”

—UP,

Princess Margaret was not

understood

that she will accompany them,
—U-P.

THE WIND



, |
||
|

ter

Nationalists Kill

4
j Policeman

TUNIS.
Tunisian Nationalists
policeman and wrecked a train
following the Nationalist Leader
Habib Bourgeiba’s announcement
that his Neo Destour Party was
prepared to fight French rule of
the Protectorate
The policeman’s slaying brought
the casualty toll in the recent
French Nationalist clashes to 16
dead and 64 wounded. He was
shot from ambush by Nationalists
who attacked a police patrol at
Porto Farina near the northern
port of Bizert
The train wa

#s-

Jan, 22
killed

wrecked near a
village on the main coastal line
between Sousse and Sfax. The
saboteurs removed a_ section of
the rails, and the train, a freight
was derailed and corgpletely oyer-

turned The locomotive and 15
freight car blocked the right of
way

During the: night, Nationalists
warned - all. shippkeeper in the
European sector of Tunis to close
indefinitely, but many opened to-
day despite the warning Police
reported the Nationalist strike
order as relatively ineffective,
City transport was operating nor-
mall id more port workers re-
ported for work than at any time

called —U.P.

GOMES LEAVES LONDON

ent)



British Electricity Grid





Hydro-Electricity Board in the Orkney Islands, will be on test during LONDON, Jan. 22.

| the winter. ‘ 1 Gome Leader

| The machine is driven by blades equipped with variable-pitch me the We Indic elegation t

| chanism so that use can be made of the lightest winds and so that Fina M Gonference. 1
no damage will be caused during strong gales. The same system i Lone igh and. will ‘be
used to control the speed of the alternator. Trinidad Tr day evening

|

Sterling Area Spending














More Than It Is Earning

RESERVES F-

MEMBERS of the C

ALL RAPIDLY

onference of Commonwealth

Finance Ministers which ended on Monday issued the fol-

lowing statement:
We recognise that the st
serious crisis which, if it is

have far reaching consequences,
b 1

erling area is faced with a very
not effectively dealt with, will
The crisis has arisen be-

cause the sterling area as a whole is spending more than
it is earning with the result that its gold and dollar reserves

have been falling at a rapid
We are contident = that ul
Situation can be set right
that the steps which will e
taken vUll give to sterling the
Strength it must have to continu
as a widely used international
currency

We are convinced that this can-
not be attained by negative and
restrictive methods alone or
merely by the imposition of cuts
on imports from certain parts of
the world, The present diMfcul-
ties of the sterling area while
partly due to short term factors
also reflect continuing underlying
problems. These problems must
and can be solved, For this
reason we are strongly of the
opinion that measures taken to
stop the drain upon reserves must
form part of a long term policy
designed to restore and maintain
the full strength of sterling

Recurrent Drains
It is quite clear that the only
way to prevent recurrent drains

on the central gold reserves , is
for every country in the area
trenuously to endeavour to live
within the means which are or
can be available to it. The ster-

ling area as a whole
ceed in this endeavour
The urgency of the immedi-
ate situation and the present
level of the gold reserves re-
quire that the sterling area as
a whole should be in balance
with the rest of the world at
latest in respect of the second
half of 1952. .It is imperative
that this should inciude at loast
« balance with the dollar area
within the same period.
During the course of our dis-
@ On page 5

must ice

U.S. Lead Nations Of
N.A.T.O. In Defence) Churchill In

(By EDGAR CLARK)

LONDON, Jan. 22,

The United States will spend almost 5 times as much

for defence in the coming year as all the other North Atlan
tic Treaty countries combined.

President Truman has presented

jhis 1952-53 fiscal year budget of

more than $85,000,000,000 calling
record $51,200,000,000 de-
outlay plus $10,844,000,000
for foreign economic and military
iid, While the other 11 N.A.T.O.

itions are prepared to spend a
lefence total of $10,457,000,000
ut. of combined budgets
$52,367,000,000,

US. defence expenditure
amounts to 60% of the total bud-
zet without counting the amount
of Foreign Aid which will be used

for a

fence

for military purposes. The com-
bined defence spending of the
other N.A.T.O. countries is about
3231% of their total expenditure



ritain will spend more for de-
fenee than arly country except the
U.S.-,about $3,649,000,000 ot of a
total budget of $11,760,000,000 in
the year beginning April |
Smallest Spender
The smallest N.A.T.O. spender
Iceland, who will contribute
nothing for defence out of
1953 budget of $20,000,000. France
third largest N.A.T.O. con-
tributor For military purposes
she will use $3,210,000,060 or

her

th
Me

344% of $9,628,000,000, her total
expenditure.
Of the larger nations, Italy has
» far made the least proportien-
ite outlay on defence Her 1952
contribution was only 23% of her
total expense ti -
crease this perc or 3}
1used r or
Cabinet
In Europe Britain has made
the greatest increase in militar
itlay She planned to increase
he 1951-52 defence spendir )
out $2.240,000,000 by 62.5
952-53
—U.P

of |



rate,

ind?!

Solemn Mass
Held For
Murdered Nun

CAIRO, Jan.
A British military spokesman
said that solemn requiem mass
was held this morning for Sister
Anthony, the American nun killed
on Saturday during the. battle
between British treops and Egyp-
tian terrorists fm the Suez Canal
Zone,
The service

was condueted at
the Romap Catholic church at
Moascar by a senior military
Roman Catholic churchman.

The church was filled with mili-
tary friends of the late nun and
a militaty contingent acted as
pall bearers

The Egyptian Interior Minister,
Fuad Serag El Din Pasha told a
Press Conference in Cairo last
night that investigation by Egyp-
tian authorities established “with-

out any shadow of doubt” that
Sister Anthony wa killed by
“haphazard firing by British
forces,”

He said “medico-legal examina
tion proved that the bullet could
not possibly have been fired from
the interior of the Convent and
established beyond doubt that it
came from the outside where
British forces were firing.

He said that the Mother Sup
rior of the Convent and Sist
Catherine testified that they hg
been with Sister Anthony jus

before her death and they “em
phatically stated that no Egyptians
were inside the Convent either
before or at the time of the inci-
UP

dent.”



Bed With Cold

NEW YORK, Jan

Mr, Winston Churchill in bed

vith head cold chatted about

r iffairs for an hour Tuesda

linal Spellmar
York

visited Mi

99

with F
Archbishop of New
Cardinal Spellman
Churchill n his bedroom after
luoct with Financier Bernard
SJaruch at whose apartment the
British leader been staying
since Saturday

He will stay
boards the liner

ie VO

Car

incis
f

has
there until he
Queen Mary
age home.
ifles kept Churchill in bed
with a slight temperature
forced to cancel a Broad-
i ind city recep-
ur He remaines
M vor Vincent
reall in presented
t he New York City
| of Honor —U.P

Reds Reject

N. Compromise











U.



PANMUNJOM, Korea,
Jan, 22
Communist turned down a
mild d Nations compromise
fer then accused United Nations

to break
negotiation
ind

Command of plotting
the Korean armistice
talemate with bombs
bullets,”

Allie fTered to ac

nunist proy

ept the full
sal for armis-
ipet , if Reds would
agree to a ban on arm

wuctior f milita





althoug!



»{negotiat ‘ to a Wedne
oe os a +t, of Staff
Ticer to irrange way ind

ufe ding prisone
um from air ich —UP.

as
PAGE TWO



































- BARBADOS ADVOCATE WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 23, 1952
ee
sake te Masti x) ; " SET
0. > : eS
; oree: This IS Britain S T his vi is Lady From England § |||'To-day (only) 430 & 6.30 pm | To-morrow (only) 4.30 & 8,30 p.r B town
—_—
GOLDEN MADONNA
ory 2 000 Tell Secrets | IT HAPPENED TO ONE MAN COLeEn MADGRMA Pp
| & | Most Important Bank }}),,."s 30" smmance um
Of Marriage TRUTH ABOUT MURDER | “"* SEYYE ee
I ( } 7 § | é Morgan CONWAY 2 ; we ers A
’ LENCY the Implied Compliment } At forty-three Miss Joan) Bonita GRANVILLE Opening Friday (3 Shows) é
G (By SIDNEY RODIN) Knight is the second woman PRT ee SIG! THRILLING
ee 4 1; ee ae ee ee: TRACTS f ome of the executive of the Bank of England,| re oe te a H¥TCHCOCK’S SPECTAL Z
Gove oust to give him personal ground ele atasloarys orga Meer btaadp, tet one of the oldest banks in the| TRIGGER TRAIL ON
are ie vain a aon believing it, oe a the - mh — le ee eS ae one nasty. te me. most af| Rod CAMERON 4 | STRANGERS “4 TRAIN A
— a no _— American assuming that because , m4 i rseas entra anks 0 Farley Granger, Ruth Roman t
r ind cricket officials wiil one is British one can be counted Tages are now being studied bx the Commonwealth. Her main| FRONTIER LAW Robert Welker | ~
among the gues resent ; : eel e 1 mmbers of the Royal task is to look after th aneried | 3 o i
ng the guests present, on to possess certain characteris- the 19 member ue e sal ee is to look after the work
tics, characteristics, indeed o Commission on Marriage anda) ime interests of the bank's The Garden
First Meeting fundamental an Ss ‘ 3,000 y > empl in| PLAZA 'GAIETY
amental and so good that if Divorce. y ——— | ee = Dial ons ST. JAMES
Vi LLLt ERNST, ne in fact we all of us possessed These letters may play a vital| London and the seven branches} |} Last 2 Shows To-day 445 & 8.30 p.m Telhay -& Tomato SMD ae
: A ican Consul ~" ex- 2 we should i unsolved part in reas poke wie aioe > Se oe _— “STRANGE ALIBI" Bud ABBOTT & Low COSTELLO in
‘ i ¢ e today fc rini- problems on our hands. govern marrie _— 5 beg as a n 4 Arthur KENNEDY & TIME OF THE Vv a
by B.W.LA., on a two-day Christopher Salmon talking which the commission, set up in filing department, but was sopn “THE SEA HAWK” | “KAN@AS RAIDERS”
» he will meet Mr. in a BBC programme “On Sail- the summer, hopes to complete by transferred to the cashiers’ nn = a MARSHALL | (Color) Audie MURPHY
U.S, Consul General, ing for America”. id-1953. department. Her next step up Th rs. Ty 3. 2m pm - - -
vising Officer ‘uf Never before has an official| was when she was transferred to oyane WYMAN & regen ees ee eee
will be their The Open Sesame body been given such an insight MORE LIKE the “wavlourl,” the eb6 anaes toe _ POUNFAINNEAD pa” Pa, | Rollin” Westwara
ce Mr, Ernst teneeee Antsy He into the marital tragedies of the} 4 the rooms and offices of the — eo EF bis Me baie ea
ve urbados earlier this an typing nation. 5 overnors. Here she becaine SWING THE WESTERN WAY ak oy
seems to be the Open Sesame Bo one of the two women filing PRAIRIE ROUND UP Younger Beethers Gun Runner
i rench Consul, Trinidad all over the world, so if a girl has ‘Injustice’ Plea clerks in the Governors’ suite. Wayne Morris



mastered that she cam go any-

Charies STARRETT
where and never be without a Women condemned to a life- CHOICE During the war Joan _ was
job. But these dayS I think time of loneliness and often a ae 7 =

Jimmy Wakely




J°N-ROUTE to France on holi-
‘ Mr. and Mfrs,
























ae assistant to Mr, E. H, D. Skinner
qu ie guebe and their son “Of course, Elmer, the you've got to do two jobs to get poverty, have opened their hearts by EVE PERRICK (adviser to the Governors on
Mr, Leguebe is French snag is that now we shall anywhere so in my spare time I in their letters. the financing of industry). She L 0 fo,
onsul in Trinidad. have to think up a new erooned with a band.” Once again a “most beautiful Worked with her chief day and
The Leguebes were in Barba- loan to help them keep up Helen Ryder, a South Afri- Mistresses of men sent to woman in the world” has come night, meeting industrial rep- 7
ar aoe the were the old can girl Ye is anne ae ee aie er cee re * ps us. The phrase may be sna baiees oe hueetaine oie ” Mi lim,
>ropose eathe ’ Way roun e world speaking eo amiliar. So perha i o 5 AD es
tt P NG ¢ OMMANDER _— : De pete Shot ee: in a BBC programme. © longer love have written plead- ee Oe. complicated problems concern- For the Best in ovt
W° Ceiinaath ata D ‘ chin : Returning Today ing for this “injustice” to end.| This latest beauty is Ursula ing Mmdustwial finance. Although
y Eggle oe eee A Son and Heir xs happy marriages| 2@!ess, from Germany, who her present job is concerned|TQ-DAY AND TO-MORROW OPENING FRIDAY
a_of Civil " - . M": E. W. HALL, Secretary Children of unhappy tloake . *\arrived in London on her way With policy and administration 5 & 8.30 P.M +t
fined” tout Bash Guia ML “Accountant,” International JAGR. AND fins, Cvpe wAL- have ‘old how their culook Neel Alm, “in, Hollywond. ‘hese in regard to te, omen om] 5 & 8.30PM. Rich ws] aaah
eT a ee ea , Aeradio Ltd., Mr. COTT are the proud parents been, embi BC 7i®be will take her place with ployees, Joan finds it interesting
LA, said that while oe ees and Mi Frank J. of . on and heir, born esterday ing forced witnesses a perpetual] (he other glossy Gardners and to watch over the development SUSAN HAYWARD iw its 10eas! °
e ussed with he , Signals Officer of ¥ uarelling between _fathers I) H rth-houri t of the younger members of the _
€ isc t th Sad 2 quare Pe é é ayworth-ho e c
ment, the recommendations (Ne #8Rie company are due to re- afterngen at 9 o'clock at Dr. Baye tere against. thelr _will| NtYWOre nour, SPSS staf. Pretty 10.0011)
the Regional Air Navi- (iD | eden elk aa wit be nd te know that friend: because they cannot get eae Ursula is of the Ava-Rita, She has been to the United DAN DAILEY *
coe ee ee meeneS to L.A.L’s., branch here. and son are doing well. BY DECEMBER 20—closing| S"i"¥ | cover-girl school, but States to observe administration ;
i yet ( wi meee cies ay This is a fitting follow up to bate for sending letters to the prettier than either, systems there and to strengthen GEORGE SANDERS
al quirements. * . od fie die . = 4 Ps 1a sen 4 s r ig " 2 ~ ante
‘ic said that Mr. Grinstead, Barbadian In Jamaica Clyde's hurricane century against commission more than 2,000} She hag all the qualfications— ae Pay pean .
Director of the Caribbean ‘ : lctoria yesterday. The good givorcees or their close friends|red-gold hair, model figure, large : 3 ™ ,
“THE Caribbean Rifle Meet: news was immediately cabled t ‘ ; Bank in New York and the
teorological Servite was pres- aribbean Rifle Meeting sg gy wane tately cabled tO had forwarded personal experi-| green-blue eyes, straight nose Rank of England in
and they were able to make __ recently ended with the Ja~ Sun in ustrelie. ences as evidence perfect teeth. , Mens 1appr-corveh
considerable progress. maica Battalion team winning Wif Will Fol About 100 social, religious, ™ ‘ . TECK
» several of the prize trophies, ire 1 ollow So I’m not going to quarrel Ps05. HNICOLOR.

: > Ceinstes . dice g itics rganisa-| _ ! ,
companied by Mr, Grinstead among them being the Dewar M®. NEVILLE WARREN lett medical, and political | organiss,| with the man-tailored title

tee! dian ; , ; - : ; e “és
Guiana Government Trophy, the Coronation Chal- yesterday by B.W.LA. for tions have sent human documents. “World’s most beautiful.” B.B.C. Radio I CAN GET

MUSICAL I =.
visited Mabaruma i Jenge Cup, awarded to the Army ‘Trinidad on his way to Venezue-



: ; Cheerful Letters i y ; HY
North West District which “is team with the highest score in Ja, His wife, the former Hazel For this reason: I believe that P a P, 2
almost exactly half way between practice 5 of the events and the Richards will be following later. Thus the evidence already be- the male multitude—the photo- ogramme IT FOR YoOl J nd etty YP

Georgetown and Trinidad, where Napier Salford Challenge Cup, fore the commission is described| 8@Phers, artists, dress designers a

it is proposed to set up # awarded to the Army team with Jycidental Intelligence by Mr. K. H. S. Edwards, its sec-|2"4 so on—who always ‘pick the wap negpay, JANUARY 23, 1982 toe Se ee
et ological station, They con~ the highest aggregate in practices identa g _ retary, as representing almost beauties, are getting warmer. 11.16 a.m. Iasteners’ Choice, 11.4 JANE POWELL - DANIELLE DARRIEUX
idered sites, methods of com- 1, 2, 3, and 4. HE simplest reducing diet y

5
ever ossible set of cireum- . . ‘ a-m. Cockney Cabaret, 12 noon The WHOLES E” WENDELL COREY - FERNANDO LAMAS
get the reports Qne of the members of the these days is eating all you stances the in dae Once upon a time a “world News, 12.10 p.m. News Analysis AL





stances that can arise when



Se ae ue ” j 400-7 15 31.32 M.. 48. A

asting centre, and team was Capt. F. K. N. Mascoll, ©an afford—Howard Hayes, “Sat- affection between husband and Senaety The ae we re rtebde asta ca Cellet tae See ob » nanoovens VIG | D MONE — ¥!
cr nt, and training ot Garrison Adjutant at Palisadoes, urday Evening Post. wife has turned to bitterness. classic sade i the Lil 4 p.m, The News, 4.10 p.m, The
i Jamaica, Capt. Mascoll is a Bar- . Pp n ‘Y Daily Service, 4.15 p.m. BBC Midland



; * . There are cheerful letters, too.) Lz . ition: “ ¥ y : ’
Wing Commander LEgglesfield badian. His wife is the former Talking Point re ee Langtry tradition; the “shapes” Light Orchestra, 5 p.m











Composer of
- = - The commission wants to know] lik ill i : = the Week, 5.15 m. Sandy MacPher-
eaves to-day on a Visit to St. Joyce Banfield, daughter of Mrs. If parents would only realise jow marriage succeeds as well ae Sheraacd crit a son at the Theate Organ; 5 0 pm
Kitts Antigua, Jamaica and Banfield of “Wilsbury” Hastings how they bore their children! as fails ies of the C 1 Books to read, 5.45 p.m. Ballet, 6 p.m.
i ‘ : ; Shy as falls, ; coopers (Gladys and Souvenirs of “Music; 6.45 p.m. Sports
sritish Honduras, and the late Mr. J, L. Banfield. Bernard Shaw. Aithough many of the writers} Lady Diana), Round Up; 7 p.m. The News: 7.10 4
ct Fe ee eR ere realise that no legal reform can p.m, News Analysis; 7.15 p.m. Calling TO-DAY & TOMORROW OPENING FRI. 2.30 & 8.30
now help them, they are anxious; But I doubt whether othe the West dies, 4.45 & 8.30









* 7.45—10.40 p.m. 318 +» 48,43 .

to prevent the same disasters be- nek. really ae WORE. noteet. sete

falling other people. the men were raving about. 7.45 p.m. Over to You, 8 16 pm

B y THE WAY eeeee By Beachcomber Radio Newsreal, #.90 p.m. Statement of

" . ‘ Recent choices understood by Account, 845 p.m. Composer’ of the
To Save Others women; Vivien Leigh and Hedy Week, 9 p.m. The Early Adventures,

ITS A

Dilly Dilly



A, GENTLEMAN who fell off a maiden weaves radish chains for chester, more as a joke than any-
















JOMAN OF 175, liv Scot Lamarr—but few others. a p.m. The News, 10.10 p.m. From the
horse is said to have “almost her lover in what was yesterday thing else, tapped his drum during A be i. an cee : aaa saat —L.ES. 10.90 Dee ‘Marching a iene aitenaee’
d back into the saddle.” a sandy hollow, We are now the tuning-up, and cried: “Is sag . aie ae ee : Warm shoariad
His quickness deceived the eye, taking you over to the mammoth anyone at home?” To his sur- a was ee ee e© was enine ieee” 4
[ will warrant he was wear- protest meeting of the Grocers’ prise, a head was thrust through 72” Two years ater, the union ma with real;
a rubber costume, like the Union at the Cannon-street Hotel, the top of the drum, and out step- broke up and she could never = 7 = : people and
trie peer who, after being to hear Sir Edward Trough’s ped rather a jolly girl. “Who on et a divorce, Her object in Disney
id” by an. acrobat, used to address on “Where will the sand earth are you?” asked the drum- writing, she said, was to save| |. To get away aoa = cares of the | ’ characters!
i out of his library window on for our sugar come from?” mer. Mélanie,” vouchsafed_ the other women from going 2

he second floor, and bounce back Are you an Anglo-Saxon? oaucy visitor, perching herself on a oe 40 tered of suttepe) 5 Slice sed and the cares of the

again and in at the window. One MUSICAL composer has ats nee. . Presety See heen eee

ity he bounced back too hard, De sayi nglis Nothing to do with Me AG [ 2c i a : SEE M VIE KE TH
and so bounced out of the window ee thelr “Auglon He gave the name of de Forest, . ina’ heat raetinns at moe A Oo J IS” | Mt
gain. But by now he had lost gaxon poise,” and behaving like and said he had swallowed a live 344 cannot settle down because
ol, and he could not stop those dreadful Latin races—all mouse for a bet, throughout ‘her childhood she
icing. The calm summer day hysteria and wild emotionalism. (News item.) had to. liv ith bickerin
drew to a close, the lights twin-. "Phe correct attitude for an Down in de Forest something hans Who ice Me divercd




Produced by Boddy Adter » Owected by David Miller - Based on the hovel,
‘THE HERO, by Milard Lampelt « Witten for the Screen by Milard Lampell
Sedoey Suchran



and







eit fie . villiate ; ide rents who longed for divorce : L
fied from the Vilage, and ‘still Anglo-Saxon (whatever that may Stirred. | +» but could not get it. TO-DAY & TOMORROW
tat rubber-clad fool went on be) at a concert is, generally “Tell it when you go down Afatio GP ihe letter weltera’ wii id 4.30 & 8.15
Sree én or ith hg sero copening Ppa Po — or ys the city of dreaming pe invited to appear before the EXCITEMENT THAT POUNDS wilt Paramount Double
‘tured the s vith ¢ » ‘but not of active disgust. ask- site ‘ is , > tA aam coals
«nd the exhausted nobleman was ed, after a piece, “How did you Tig tee a hae ban rommlesion. anxt, answer questions An LAD
ble rest

age £ ar. as 20° : 7 A VJ Da AS ~ ¥ I
st from what a retired like that?” he should say, “Oh, T ated Tat lea: Cea buildings when it meets early this year. ThE SE EED OF A STREAMLINER !

me called his “purpose- ditin’t mind it much,” with the jnterfere with and clash with the @ YO encourage frankness,
Odyssey air of one who can endure a cer- row of gas-containers which greets Some of these

a sessions wil be} ANOTHER GLORIOUS CHAPTER FROM THE . 9
Hlunt truth tain atpouns of torture, if he the traveller who approaches held secretly in Room Four in a MASTER 4 MY HEART Salty oO Rouke
AN gasman who thigks it is his duty to do so; and from the south, Therefore there small house in Cowley-Street, E PRODUCER .... AND
' have: climbed without groaning like a volatile must be more gas-containers, to London, S.W.1, headquarters ot
I Cover Big









Gail RUSSELL
IN





481 steps in the course of and unstable Spaniard. strike a dominant note; the cheer- tne commission.

dmitted, with some hesi- Behaviour et conc orts ful, confident note of the twenti-

u Room Four is long, narrow,
ition, that “Nobody would ever eth century. A broad road driven
















vanelled, and on the first floor, we

ik of doing that sort of thing HETHER you are an through Christchurch Meadow, rhent the Rta was : ee ' Te -m

ess he had to.” The ring of “Anglo-Saxon” or not, don’t ot eee a eee residence it was a bedroom.

ith is th state Phere accompany the orchestra with a is e obvious solution of every- her sé ‘ , ce place

Ne pain? in tothe ok TRL. 6. ca loud “Dum-diddle-diddle, dum- thing. “More and bigger gas- , Otber sessions willl take place FRI. ONLY 4.30 & 815
ian unless a meter-reading ditidle-diddle-la-la-la-la,” don’t works,” said a planner recently, oh ssi il also sit in Bdin- reece

its you at the end of each Join the soloist in a song, just to “are not the least enjoyable of [OmN¢SSIOn Will also ree tor
journey. A man who is not a Show that you know it, and don’t the last enchantments of the mid- urgh. BURL IVES - BEULAH BONDI Heading For
vheel-tapper on the railways Dlbw down the neck of the lady dle~aged.” [ seat ob cea i witoed power omscou (2 59 Ged’s C try
area he yews in front of you. The proper ——————-—=—;’ Jetermine campaigners wi and BOBBY DRISCOLL nay mae Oo s asaa
vith i * riereer teams oe attitude to a violin solo is one of CROSSWORD | demand that opportunities for YOU'LL BE We Biected bp MARALD SCHUSTER Val eae a -
Nor does a non-night-watchman understanding sympathy rather

divorce should be severely re-
stricted when there are children. THE GRIP OF Lover's
Others want divorce by consent

Released through RKO Radia Pictures, Inc
Screen Play by John Tucker Battle * Adeptonion by Mource = |

AND
Ropl ond Ted Sears * From the Story by Sterling North UNMASKED

: than pained surprise; the eyes
sit up all night by a brazier in an ’ 7
empty factory, Let ue tell. the puckered at the corners, the lips








lates cain 4 itn pinched together, the head if both parties agree and after STRANGEST TRIP!
le flee day we slightly. Ban to eos side, “ court peanationiions : aan with
7 : ; hands clasp not too convul- SSS , CTY Robert ROCKWELL
nding in his short white- sively. Never draw in your FEMINISTS propose that wives , 5A Ae Dae ve

leeved tunic, like a surgeon at an breath sharply or cry “Oooh!” at

operating table, he looks long a piercing high note.

and thoughtfully at @ face he is Smart-Allick’s forceful plea

2 y MAL Soe on beauty~shops.) CRMENTING | & the: ebmn-

¢ NE day some exasperated plaint that cheating, | lying,

{) : “disillusioned Woman and thieving are increasing in
7 ; schools, Dr. Smart-Allick, of



should get a fixed proportion FARLEY RUTH ROBERT

of their husbands’ income by GRANGER ont ROMAN on WALKER
law, and even suggest that

wa LYMPIC
Stee te nae ae cries PL Ad A B'TOWN FRIDAY 2.30, 4.45 & 8.30 p.m. 0

to the woman. DIAL 2310 29d Continuing Daily 4.45 & 8.30 p.m. TO-DAY & TOMORROW 4.30 & 8.15



in the first blow, and



Paramount Action Double - -
Y °E seve: se
i L Narkover, said: “I do not ren: ANTI - FEMINISTS, however, ee ON A
lange his face. : Il think it is because initew oat recommend that only an inno- STRANGERS TRAIN ALAN LADD in - - -
t fuss about nothing becoming more priggish and , fucid ¥ 7 Why go (8) cent wife who has successfully



wee I vead that a man had sanctimonious that they tend to petitioned against a guilty hus-

1
6. Plus 2, hit for example. (5)
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. oo
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been fined for “Kissing a exaggerate petty crime in schools, 8. Nourish. (4) 10. 10 band should receive divorce a LUCKY JORDAN
lass window,” I naturally, as Anyhow, the whole world of big ,%+ Ypset in. a tice fora slight maintenance —-L.E.S,
Chairman of the Derbyshire Nail business is based on cheating, ““ adaitional taste. (8) = AND
nd Serew Workers Drama ings, and aeng, and the boys iz Putragoous, (9)
eague, suspected that the re- Of today are the business men of {7° th nt day. () r ee
porter of this event was a China- tomorrow. They cannot begin too 0. Nothing could make it vote, (3) ee THE CRUSADERS
man, who meant to write grass YOUNS. s sd eat signi arcbccaa + 2 =
low. LI ‘read the item again, In Passing 22. The reverse of 8, (4) CLUB with HENRY WILCOXSON — LORETTA YOUNG
and discovered that the lad kissed @O widespread is the craze for #3. huld backwards. (4 ;
“ ind »w behind which a girl words made up of initials 26. Medicinal quantity. (4) ’ N
itting in an Egyptian train. that we shall soon be speaking ‘Down MORGA OPENING FRIDAY 4.30 and 8.15
‘way with those Chinese and writing a new kind of short- 1, Manacle. (6)
es, as Sean Bunyan, the hand. If you want to refer to the 2. Landed me before the entrance | COLUMBIA ACTION DOUBLE
I used to call them. Australian Test team, you will 4 {0 contest in law. | {
j READ that a powder has say ATT. The permanent eco- 2 Decapitated 22 22. (3) “QO OOOBPD00PCCO0y | and
~ been discovered which will nomic crisis will be PEC; the 5. Idolise less that ts. (5) 3) EXOTIC CAIRO FLARES? |
convert deserts into fertile soil rising cost of living, RCL; the ‘ Seo tan esa Oy ¢ A . ,
in a matter of hours. beginnjng of summer time, BST, 10. Not all the act. only part. (5) SAVAGE BATTLE Wayne,
Sahara-boom-de-ay! Within a and so on. The seventh marriage a Way of transport. (5) tb tn. (6) aia MORRIS
week the Tuareg farmer, slap- of a film star will be SMFS, im Cet 8 penny snd be Kee Pn Ti Ta
7 16. Place of hment, (5) eS
p alternate gaiters With a QINISTER happenings continue jp: Sound as bell. (4) Mra FOSTER
palm switch, will be chas- to worry orchestras. The lat- 1% The poorest, non-stop. (3) Ma
ng hyenas out of his corn, or est is a fall of plaster “which cov- Solution of yes! rday's Dussle,— Across:
laughing heartily when some ered an orchestra in Leicester be oon Gun’ Ti Ghosts; 15, wtdiot
Mi ering ostrich, seeking sand with so much grit that it had to 1D. ans: 5 | Bek: 3 Ray Bie St:
ich to hide its head, finds stop playing.” Downs i. L ‘oui S' Repud gror,g 3 SNM:
i ; but cabbages. And what Instrumentalists are becoming 4. Tenor, Hei do, Cora a Sat aa:
a pretty sight when a Tibbu very wary. A drummer in Man- 90!"Ase:’ ig, QUI ad awn
; opens at 8 p.m. The flowing beauty of crepe
We can su l O with has never hebn seen to greater advantage
; [PP Ly ¥ u o *F | for than in Ferguson's luxurious rayons Wie wr: SRA LLOTD - Won
“ s with KAY BUC .
* ey in a riot of lovely colours . . . some designs Ray Narero j seat KAY BUCKLEY WILLIAM BISHOP » FRANK MeiHiGH
Â¥ 7 *
TOILET BRUSHES .. pads anit. “s Sy T7c. Dinner traditional, some new and daring... all
SCRUBBING BRUSHES i. 300. & 5Ac. superbly carvied out by Ferguson craftsmen. ROXY
4 LAUNDRY BRUSHES 28c.
4 HAND BROOMS .. 42c and TODAY & TOMOR ROW 4.30 & 8.15
FLOOR BROOMS . $1.23 BING CROSBY in - - -
WISK OMS, 73¢ e
Oe esi wen |p Bancing EMPEROR WALTZ”
y . e
g OIL . 24c. Tin “THE GUARANTEE carried hy all Ferguson tn
Â¥ ainda sured or (he material will be replaced,
| Every Night Se eee cme enaerenan she t0l — AND —
hh adéne aes MITED, CARLISLE
T. BR. EVANS & WHITFIELDS Manufacturers of Yextiter since 182 “ALIAS NICK BEAL~
(Except Sunday) & B L P.O. Box 403, Bridgetown. Starring :
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YOUR SHOE STORES :
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WEDNESDAY JANUARY 23, 1952









, BARBADOS ADVOCATE PAGE THREE ~
6 y i a . “A baton in every knapsack’ up to date . . . by € ing re | oocesesooes+
Remove Top Limit On : Ss ry Cummings — Handbag With | goer ornenccermmemnanomaamnarnians
“92 ; = : ' $
Awe x




Articles Stolen

\ HANDBAG containing $12 in

|} cash and other articles valued

an $105 was stolen from a chair at

" the Hat Department of DaCosta &

Co., Ltd., Broad Street, between

10.45 a.m. and 10.50 a.m. on Mon-

a day. It is the property of Rene

my < 835 Plissonneau of the Marine Hotel,
i Sy Hastings

Sugar Production’ |"

LONDON, Jan. 10,
Criticisms of the Commonwealth Sugar Agreement are
now being voiced by experts in the sugar trade in London,
who have now had time to study fully the long and compli-
cated text of the Agreement. ’

WORRIED
ABOUT
PARKING

?

THEN SEE THE

“CORGI
MOTOR CYCLE

*



Lord Lyle of Westbourne, pres- ' — bbwrrnag tah 2 Be:
ident of Tate and Lyle, has par-

ticularly attacked the provisions 42 Dead, 61 Hurt

of the Agreement which restrict

sugar exports by Empire produc- W

ers and which are thus a restric- In eek-end
tion on production,

“Don’t restrict the production Plane Crashes

of the Empire,” he declared, “Not
a moment should be wasted in At least eee. Jan. a 1
removing the top limit to produc- were inj persons died and 6
tion.” p jured in three week-end
military airplane crashes into a
While sugar exports from the mountainside, a prisoners’ bar-
Empire producing territories are T@°KS, and the moonlit North
limited under the Agreement to Pacific. Three others were feared
2,375,000 tons a year, he pointe dead, but 12 survived West Coast
out, something like 3,250,000 tons tragedies near Port Angeles,
a year are needed to supply Em- Washington, and at Sacramento,
pire importing countries. | Con- California.
sumptio J i $
pt in a ee en _ Seven survivors told grim stor-
ration, is estimated at 2,550,000 yaa one Peay Bh sue. Eeeoas
tons yeury Airlift D.C.4, which smashed into
” Hecate Straight as it attempted an
. eh a? emergency landing at Sandspit
Milder Criticism Field on Queen Charlotte Islands.
Milder criticism comes from The seven described how 36
the London “Times,” which com- others, including two civilian
ments: “The scheme may appear pilots and a stewardess froze or
to suffer from the rigidities in- Growned in the cold waters before

Clyde Archer of Tudor Street,
City, reported that two pieces of
mahogany wood valued £1. 17s.,
were stolen from his workshop at
the same address between Satur-
day and Sunday.

A ewe sheep and two lambs
were stolen from the enclosed
yard of Mabel Bishop at Martin-
dale’s Road, St. Michael, between
1.00 and.1.45 am. on Monday.
They are her property.





¢

G Mr. G. C. Brathwaite of Hag-
gatts Plantation, St. Andrew, re-
ported that a tarpaulin value “dl $96
was stolen from a motor lorry at]
Haggatts Plantation yard between |
7.00 and 8.00 am. on December
22. The incident was reported on
Monday. It is the property of
Messrs. S. P. Musson, Son & Co.,
Ltd



120 Miles per gallon
* 30 M.P.H. with ease

ENCE * 104 Ibs. weight only
DEATH SENT ECONOMY — ACCESSIBILITY — RELIABILITY
From Our Own Correspondent)

ANTIGUA, Jan. 22. an Ae an
Today His Lordship Donald E,



ail 5956 OO TCP AAAI TA TEM oO
LOLA P PORPDL DLL CE EEDA APIA EE SVC CSH.

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i i - Pr : : Jackson pronounced death sen- ) al ata
ae in any scheme involving a May I trouble any future Presidents to do a little arms drill .. .?” tetice ¥, Thomas Dowdye, a ie stein ros — Bay Street §
ong-term quotas and fixing of Three other men were feared London Express Servi ce native of Monserrat who was

dead in the crash of aB 17 Rescue ~~ +2 ————————— ———--— scanecsintetine

; 1 1 °
ies whic is casi 5 harged with the murder of ( ‘ | Hi (l Te \ | 1 ° 3
ties which in this case may be the plane which plunged into Tyler an tatte Edwards whose body enera ar ware i upp 1@s— Rickett St. $

more seri ; as [re ar i
1ore serious as there are wide peak near Port Angeles while re- was found in a cotton field at

differences of costs between the ; ; )
ala aa turning from the scene of the Crosby’s estate on the Sth of »
é we countries though there D.C. 4 crash Oc sobae last : 1266999996666 09099 G 909 FOF 99 9S S996 6995S OSS OO8 SOD
wi 9 one uniform price. In Sacramento, a B 25 light a

The paper points out that there bomber “flopped down” on a

prices in relation to costs—rigidi-



will be various “safety-valve” prisoner barracks killing six per-

clauses, providing that deficien- 50S and injuring 61 others. The
cies by any exporters may be crash oceurred minutes after the
taken up by others, that U.K. 39 prisoners had returned to their ;
purchases may be increased and barracks from their noon meal. il
that special ‘arrangements may Survivors of the sea craft were

be made if an International Sugar taken to McChord Airforee Base,

Agreement is signed Washington, where they gasped It would be nice to report that It was the custom of the life~ the occupation army in Japan and
s out their story of “death by slow g00d-looking, genial Dan Barry, guards to give at least one guest so on. For doing one book, “Fight S
“There will be consultations on motion” in the icy North Pacific. who draws the daily adventures of a day a “ridiculously impossible” for Freedom,” fr the Nation: ul

the United Kingdom Government motor boat manned by volunteers Syndicate, decided to become an take out a canoe—and when Helen Freedom Foundation prize at Val-

decides to cease to be the sole who heard their cries for help. artist because the call was on him passed the outlandish test, Dan ley Forge, Pa.
importer of sugar—though, in- and he felt his only wa f iife was fascine , her “4 3
deed, the problem might et be . The_ plane, chartered from ¥ Fe ey Was fascinated by her. He ended rs lives in West Hempstead



easy,’ the paper says, “These Trans-World Airlines by the Army Son wre 8 pains vor Ad ses), up by marrying her in August of L:I., with Helene and their twe
safeguards clearly do not dimin- W4s flown by a Northwest Airlines u know — a sort of spiritual 1942, children, Lois and Steven, but he

Corrosion costs











how obligations will be met if They were rescued by an outboard “Flash Gordon” for King Features swimming test before letting him Assn. of Manufacturers, he won a
uk? a year

: . dedication, It was after the summer was has Tie
ish the rigidity of the agreement, crew. Servicemen were returning ati aime : which will. be easier with a home from Korea on an emer- oon Re ae the gam, done and Dan was working at tan, where he works long after* O you know the amount of
carefully critical eye both inside #¢ency leave. e day Dan decided to earn a Coney Island as a pitchman for a noons through. = generally con- 4 :

” An. Air Force Medical team living with’a drawing board was concession — “Hurry, hurry, Corrugated Iron imperted int










and outside the sugar trade. ae . r tinues his work at night, for, al-
ind outside the sugar trade searched for the three missing the day he met one of the most ladies ‘n’ gen’lmen....°—that he ough he works . weasdnabts tropical countries every vear ?

From Australia, however, members of the rescue plane comparatively wealthy men in met George Mandell, a comic-book speed and dispatch, he is a pains- Thef figure is astonishingly high, and
comes praise for the Agreement. which ploughed into by a. ener eat ome was @ artist who was, in Dan's words, taking artist and likes to have hi after allowing for new Works the
Senator O'Sullivan, the Austral. Mountains on a return flight from comic-book artist. iis man,” “the richest guy in the neighbour- drawings as near perfect as pos- balance represent bh forfeit fi
; bates fea Te . ane 4 crash, > i with vivid logic ” «we “) “ Te 1 Pp s a heavy forleit for
ian Minister for Trade and Cus- the scene of the D.C. 4 crash. Dan reasoned with vivid logic, hood. So I said ‘This is for sible for packing them off. lack of tak )
toms, has stated in Canberra that —U.P. “makes a a money drawing me,’” Dan says. Attie diem photokraphy bide ing Droper precautions
he will place the text of the comics. I will be a comic artist.” “T’d never even thought of this little | ball y Pr
Agreement before the Australian sy might be over-simplifying medium, which could combine my a ean eoe acs eee? bo . otection oO easy with
Cabinet as soon as possible. U. K. Troops Comb a little. Actually, Dan always penchants for dramaties, writing artist’: les ha has Send to py >

He said that the London dis- had oe and Sie on hoy, and art—all in one package,” Dan one although, as he suspecter
cussions of the Commonwealth Egyptian Grav és aut as tet pee i w at you're says. “That I could earn a living pack at Coney Island, it has it
Sugar Conference had resulted in oS! one of eight children reared in a at it made it ll the more ex- yewards l 1 i O

Le ea a 7 : ; ® poor neighbourhood, you’re easily efting.* o ae ee heey Sosace
‘onclusions most satisfactory to ; ; 3 : 7 0 PaSHY citing. rd ‘
rg ol yg ion F or anon Axis iccouraged trom any hopes of ate De ae et Sovran wat ce sopene Anti-Corrosive Paint
also t the Australian sugar f ZONE, tainment on an aesthetic leve Ay e became friendly with Man-
indu try. BLU. Fi U.K. H.Qrs., SUEZ C ee 22. Born July 11, 1928 in Long dell, watched him work and then, 7 for every INCH of metal.

A British military spokesman Branch, N.J., one of eight children when Mandell went into service, Dump Fire Put Out
: paratroopers of Samuel and Sally Barry, Dan Dan took over some of his comic-

FERROGENE is an anti-corrosive
paint de signed for the tropics, It clings
closely tc the surface of metai-work, forming
a camp-proof, air-proof skin which preserves
its life clmost indefinitely, In three attractiy:
shades s—Red, Grev and Gyeen,

Manufacturers: BURRELL'S PAINTS, Miteham, Surrey
(Propa.: R. J, HAMER & SONS (Paints)



wi here, said that ~K
7 . battle Moved to New York with his book work, labouring in collabora- — Shortly after 12.50 p,m, yester

Agramionte Will wounded in yesterday's aba Saye family when he was eight and tion with Mandell’s brother, Later, day the Fire Brigade rushed to
tian. eres rists died last night. spent hig boyhood and adolescent he branched out on his own as a Hill Road, Bank Hall, and put out

‘5 free-lance cartoonist for comic a fire which broke out in a dum)
4 2. e fattalions of the years growing up in Manhattan c
k ight In Germiarty at seven attenine, ¢ Bi? and Brooklyn, At Textile High books and he was begining to make in that area,



BERLIN, Jan. 21. fs dier Kenneth School in New York, he wrote 4 good thing of it when he was
Cuban heavyweight champ pe ‘tenis ~ cael search and illustrated for the high school caljed into the Army on August,
Omelio Agramonte will fight his o6¢ 4 cemetery where more than newspaper but only for his own 1943, '
second bout in Germany against ¢ 999 rounds of anti-aircraft shells amusement; he hadn’t any idea of He had two and a half years of
German heavyweight Richard Jere found yesterday. British making a career of it. He also service, including a mererchh =
Vogt, it was learned here today. sythorities said that theatres close played football, was on the combat on Guam, and worked in

% y se si 1 intelligence. He
the cemetery would be searched tumbling team and was so good Japanese signa yf
eng prigr poi ekaig th wea et