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PACE EIGHT BARBADOS ADVOCATE TUESDAY, JAM ARY 1. IKZ SPOH r "AM By R8Wi "' • SPORTS COMMENTARY I am still fpii:\ . night's \. .. :o the all important Fourth Test Match netween tht '• tod Australia. Till red 10 tinpeoples of the West Indie*, and from rrport* it is iwinu Contested BO dofgedly bv bolh team. that .t sball certainly not be before the rnrl ot the Test that wi shall be able to relax and |-a*s our opinion, with .-my lev ee <>[ soundnessProud of Worrell It kk fur that .. %  i inywif with refer.iue only lo the local scene Howi %  i think U WM Indian topi outl of ihe >'• rote fight whit h lYankie Wi 111 il has put .ore the nral Test century on the Pfl I !l rl I I s and plaj I mi role in || VI ("mm rompii-v barrnssment. I tell in thiit this Innings was DO) up to ihe Manriard of Uic Inningi which we have associated .-illi Worrell for the [Mist few years, notablv his last tour With the Wist indies in England. More Credit If tli;ii li o, and m have no reuson lo doubt It, then all the more credit i due Worrell, who imi.t naturally be experiencing in %  meg in"( NalatwM bom In tatostvi inkct during the paO four years, and added k> this he took %  in of boating about by %  <•• 'h.ui'i. rising balls ot the pacer* an Australian weapon which tin We*' Indie, despise using then.el. • He hatted in outlandish charge thai vt Wen levelled at him (or By O. S. COPPl.y hia comparatively lean lime grlth I *. ept the one charge lhat He, Ilka most of the great cricketers of our period is slightly stair. but his heart wan still with hi* team and with the West Indie* Anxious We shall limen tonight and into F Worrell I morning following Hull the j-ame with all OUT in.picentred around thai llt'V I-aivi "t cricketers thai carry upon %  nlderi so important n liurden ol T< % %  i"isii,iiii, lor futun West Indies Cfickei and. we all l^H-ul Championship I back t.. the i„eal Htne It does seem as if both Carlton ami Empire, tht co-leaders in the Fir.i ..mpi-lit.on will each win their fixture, scheduled to be concluded i>o Saturday. The only chance which Carlton stund t.. IOM i" Empire la If rain washes out play next Saturday Empire h | already secured points for ,i Brit innings lead from Police bul Carlton have dropicl I 1 i i I,I • Ini n| i-u. However, if tuere ll play. Carlton have alraadj lecovnrad as much lost ground M to make It poaalbh for them to win if the game is resumed under normal conditions on Saturday. The Position The position as follows: — iiton having ined Lodgj a keen fieldsman as well is turning la tome useful performance* With the ball as well. i %  • a hi *tet poatUon even than Carlton Having alread> lx>wled out Police for 60 runs in their first innings the> have put up 13* lot • declared Byer Top* It If intereating to see that veteran Joe IKcr who scored a ctritut y %  reekr hue. against Wanderafi took Imwllni; hon%  ings with Empire He tooa 5 of the seven wicket* thui fell for H runs in 13 I OWI'I Byoi who la the oldest (rleketer playing today I* n g T e %  I tportanaan, J BYKR Rg baa passed bit fiftieth birthday but still he continues |o h) ">3 i nBatting hrat on wicket helping the bowk the rlrst day. Police i ngna In Sheir first innings and on Saturday they dismisses ft kwtck for 70 run*. Best bowling performance wgg X, en by Skippei Denny who look six wickeu for 22 runs. F, Taylor also bowled well and lock three wicket* for 26 runs In their second venture at Hi* wicket Police Beared H7. F. Tay. Icr topsroring with 44 while Peterkln took four wicket. for 13 runs and R. Taylor four for 32. In their second innings Pickmi k were all out for 43. Only lalimrn to reach double figures weie It. Hoad (16) and T. Thomas (14). Skippei Denny again gave the best bowling pei • formaiue taking three nickel f r five runs Len Houston Knocked Out In First Round cnrMna < %  %  • ,I;PW;ETOWN. B-U.uec.2t. Carvin Garraway, Iteiwright champion. I >mlender L*-n Houston in one minute and fifteen second, of the first found of a ten-rounder at tne (j.F.C. ground* on Friday night A vicious right cross (o gan leashed from rloae 4 uart. ed the light which at first promised 'o be a thriller. Both men started out cautiously, but in two second* the action quickened at Garraway went in punching and Houston hiding hi 8 'htn behind hi" left >houlder replied with two Jabs and another hard right to the body. This irritated Garraway who I from all angles and for< ton to his own corner where DJ lii Houston d << | %  he struggled to get up whil" the referee counted him out. Ai th* end. badgered and bewildered Houston seemed to be wondering what had really happened. Houston was H* kayoed lbs. and Garraway 131 r.mpirc v*. Lodge l^dge 31 and SI. i I..|MT. 113 (P. Thoma* 3). At Bank Hall. Enipuv Blaq .eored a *tx points victory over Lodge. Batting first Lodge scored 58 runs and Empire replied with 111, F. Thomas SO. On Si.liod.iv Wltl a di Kelt of S3 runs, Ixxlge were dismissed by DM Faopiie DOWlari for 53 runs Their collapse was due mainly to a good bowling upell by pacer C. Heckles who ended up with an •inalyaix of nine over*, four maidens. 14 runs and four wickets. F. Thomaa. G. Downes, S Heckles and (i Clarke each took one wicket. WEATHER REPORT YI:ST;BDAV ML Rainfall from Codrington: Total rainfall for month date: n.02 Ins. Highest Temperature: 81 fi *1 Lowest Temperature: 73.A *1 Wind Veloci-v: 11 mil- pei hour Barometer (t a.m.) 29.971 (3 u ,ii i 29883 iii,M fODAT 0.07 %  %  p.m. Moon; New. December 2* Lighting b.OO p.m. Iliiili Tide: 7.21 .i in 7.1S p.a Low Tide: 1141 p.m., 1.09 p.n Stilgman W ill IMa> For Australia tnn DM H v>di,ey Sunda> Telegraph snld on Sunday "Frank Sedgman will play for Australia in the Davis Cup Challenge round ol 1952 The paper added that Sedgmae. "announced his decision exclua...l-U to "ie Smngay Tdeamph after the Davit Cup dinner to the • Scdgman told the Paper's representative. "I decided to play in the next Divl* Cup series because I feel I owe a great 'Val tn Au-tn'i'n tennis."—I'.Pthan .... Empire Urn ta then nd inningi now need 106 to w i n outright With all then wickets Intact. C.rcnldgc 5 21 Luca* 4 (or 20 s h e .,., %  tckets. I am glad to Lucas who I.i candidate for Intercolonial honours, a useful batsman and Police will have to make I great effort* on Saturday, hrsi io wipe nlT thl* difference and then to set Kmpire sufficient runs ot make to faro i ilraw. I can scarcely tee them doing this with pace bowler Barki i, jls left-arm Intercolonial bowlers Horace King and Ariztl Holder to negotiate However, there is still the wily Byer and Barbados (apian. Farmer to dismiss before Empire can feel sure of victory and this should make for interesting cricket next Saturday. Test Cricket % From Page I interlude of calm, we had tune t" observe Ramadhin fairly scudding i lie turf to gathei Mbroncy's wary rhots\ Itnmadhln seemed to be doing 200 yards In samethu hme. Witn a number on his chesi have stood in for McDonald Bnllcy. Moruncv Dropped After six overt. Valentine relieved Trim and was al once the victim of a -shocking miss by this name John Trim. Moroney hit hard and true Mroight at him at square leg and Trim failed to hold the catch. Moroney was 17 and Ihe total ene for 34. The ball was travelling fast, but Trim did not have lo move to make the waist high catch. 1' mis* at this stage of the game. In the ncjfl ovei Moronc underlined his escape log Valentine in grand "'<• to the bound iry. Hassett had now l>een in 4t> n.uniteIn score 9, apparently finding something in Qornaa"i good length and oocavmnnl spin thai called for his utmost care and respect. This was more remarkable in that Ihe pitch was playing easy and without life, and was certainly no help to any howler. The tolal reached 41, Hassett II. Moroney 23 In 80 minutes-o grimly slow procedure, but evidence of Australia's respect for the manner in which the Wet Indies menaced them. Hassett I m..ml..rl.idle With the score nt 46, Rnmndhkn relieved Gomez and bowlod ,m over I" Hassett who looked desperately uncomfortn'.'e and the excited crowd gasped at his Dal* efforts to deal with the little bowler. Valentine bowlod another maiden and Hamadhin followed with another In which Guillen and all those ticlduic. clou? made a very confident shout for a catch behind, but the appeal was denied. Two runs were taken off Valentine, but Hamadhin'third over finished still without any scored off him. At lust Hassett attempted a single but Moroney was to reluctant to tare Ramadan that be paused and Hassett was run out for IS. Two for 48. Harvey took .. single and Moroney was now forced lo face Ramadhlu for the hrst time. .le was out l.b.w. to the bNI ball he received. Moroney l.bw. Ilamadhin. 26. Three for 49. This was a deadly blow struck at Anstialias innings and was entirely due to Ramadhin who was now bowling with such cunning and varied pace lhat he had termini Moroney into sacrificing Hassett and then had snatched Moronev Mmsclf. Miller, however, is not the nan to be stricken with any undue fear*. He at once square cut llamadhin to the boundary, ilar%  %  '. too, attacked him .but Raff ;.dhln remained in full control. Lunch *core, Harvey not out 11. Miller' not out 5, extras 1, total Uiree for 64. Fund Started Tor Sedgnwn SYDNEY. Australia Dec. 31 NewipopOri .ill .ii Australia have begun campaigning for fund to give tennis star Frank Sedgman a wedding present when he marries Jean Spcnce next month. The idea started with a letter I <>f Australia's moat 1mi octant ranchers, Jim Ashtou, WHO donated £50 The Syiln. .. I)ll> Telegraph added £300. Ashtori .mil "lliei donors s.iid they wanted to glvg ., woddLn| present lo show their appreciation to Scdgman for staying % % %  •.• %  %  I ..' . .i, ili-fenii Hie Davis Cup next fgffj Scdgman refused a prof) offer of £40.000. After taxes he WOUld have netted £10.000. —P.P. li ** Had I Known BEWARE ol the above etalement and the situation which occasions It. Do not lot I9S2 lind you uninsured. COME IN and lot us assist you with your . Insurance problems. Wo cany the followinq : ALL RISKS. BICYCLE. BURGLARY. FTRE, HURRICANE. EARTHQUAKE. RIOT & CIVIL COMMOTION, MONEY IN TRANSIT. GOLFERS MOTOR & MARINE POLICIES CAVE SHEPHERD & CO. LTD. Agents THE B.M.L.A. SOCIETY Englaiid In Good Position In 3rd Test AGX&BT INDIA CALCUTTA. Dec. 31 England have made a good start to the Third Test agalnaj India which began here to-day for they scored 217 for the loss of four WKafiOtl before stumps were drawn. Two earlier Tests at New Delhi and Bombay were drawn, but England arc in a position to run up a good-sized total here. The first wicket did not produce many runs with Robertson soon out and it was rather bad luck that Uravcney fell off tin last ball in-fore lunch when he required only five more runsto complete his 1.000 for the tour. Spooiwr and Watkiu* had a bright stand, but it wan when Cyril Poole was playing in his first Test that he joined Watkins for the ilfth wicket that the best (ticket of the day was seen. They are still together having so far put 'lil*isgriw-| AN ANNOUNCEMENT ;;.***'**,^^^',*,*,*>--*S'*#*****>'***'***'-V'-*'^^*,0*,-.*,',*,*,-,-,*,*.-y-,',-,*,'..' RITISH ( ;ERGOUGNAN Will 1'ulicyholdc-rs pIMt OOtfl lhat owing (0 circumstances beyond nur control our Calendars for 1952 are not 'et ready lor distribution. Notice will be given when they are ready which we expect will be In %  fW days lime. C. K. BROWNE, Secretary. 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Egyptian purehase* from Ihe 'Tinted Stales soared during the llrst nine months of 1951 a fact which trade experts attributed to Kgypl's ability to market her cotion crop at higher prices last year During the first nine month.-. 0 1951 American < xports to Egyi totalled S80.97ll.23a jiccnnlinc 1" CORUnOrce IVpnrtrhent statistic. nmtrastod adth S^^.I'TT.TB* lor ihe same nine inunths In 1950 Full twelve month compilations will not Ite available f hvwtvnl Jus! to provr il. here ore STAR BI'VS bl you:— "HONlGt SWEETENED PUDDINGS in S (liivourv:— Vanilla, ('remn. Mocha. I.enu.n. PjaTTfi Almond. Rum, KuHpherry. 'INLY lie uvailnhle from: Colonnade. Sluufeld Srolt, Alleyne Arthur. Sin. ir [ & s.miiiMUi .. 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TUESDAY, JANUARY 1. 1S2 BARBADOS AltVOCATK I'M.I I 111(11 Two Planes Missing PHOENIX. Arizona. P. Search planes arc standing by f..r clearing wt-athcr to take .,ff In )t planned to let down from seven thousand feet and land at '•' Carrying four crewmen and 23 S saaangJin it first radioed at 12 jm. local time and was U">t heard from at 3.S4 p.m as it approached to land. The C47 left for CootIfellow Airfare Base. San Angc-1<>. Tv\ derided around 3 p.m. that H had to land at Williams instead. Williams Field officer aid thai UM flight plan apparently WCI lue to rain and fog. TruMid C4.7 had uasoline rnuugh to keep it in air until 6.50 p.m. Mounting Standard Tine. The weuther bureau .:ilil .i urn %  torn Which had soaked much of Arizona during the p days. probably would clear enough by early afternoon to %  no* %  aavcr) and Has plenaa to lake off. —c.r. Hopes For Further UAFV£ViaHTe %  S -I Spanish baats to esticreta and significant charactar. \ %  %  \<\ v Officer* a-* %  get a rlrsl-hand look , .. details such %  ... %  %  %  %  "opHgkg %  riled OTIC It* i r The ught liava tyld ms they were gon.) 'o bjiW an A bimb p'ant ooDOStti they I.** me buy my own house bolorC.yvlwl Injund SEAWELL nrr\Kn HI -vn ON iam\i lot IKIMSAII Tobacco Road, South Kensington EtaaataHatilaatag VUv Pour ... i.. %  naaaai .. imrtlt 1 M numthiD nal volume af trade ** of arar da i. itii tha Unlisli West Indies, tt pRBHB i becauat UN rterlia, • ropei Ui restrictions %  mpossible for the Caribbean Coloand fttnch dlploaBBl • inv !o hii> Bl BJiuch ;i it Canada. i %  ' %  f Vaus Hall CaWBl njui i' %  bout l"3 n a.m. pan heM locamwhile rUn| Hy Mr.rrlr* Bugler. M.l. FIIVSKI Kaviinaah, SI.HU Alklni. Hor.~ .in. id % %  ^t." -" %  i W Ho.. J-l U .lli>P M If llKiri>.H <.UA.\A: I Kr.n Hr Mil) llul.Mn*"" Ir.ml. HutlMltVXV i., vi vr/i 11 > Paul KnuMvn. KdMiw* C'*if. UMjN> nowaixf. i eien-" Ki-hiwldrr. ."rudfWir MounM, .....r... Hugo J..iw bixirda. blfot hriii-.i.Vooflre-. Jrnins Wowlnw JamW.rd. i .-.,.1,1, > I ... (,USAD ATIIIUnion. UcMj WaUon ujajvau n i vtaTaaDAi %  • %  lf.i.)J*4 M. ii.ifttikiiiM>i>. h baaai v arniiaiM. M Puitvlmw. H Hrd-li*. K Hrsrt ..tw. I Mabib. C Cn. P iionr. R Slon* G Mfihuim. It BrmitHn. 1 ,k, %¡ n i M H %  <>\ IKIIIAV li,> lr.tM.l.ol a vniHM. a D> n*. n HII. A Widh.ii.*r. M Wwdhouw. %  CacMan. L rUile IFrmntm It.. Unsarrt Htdsbock. noberi w niau. D Kllliriliir, liiaid Itab i-.il, rinabetl. lUbboll. Richard Paxldon. 1-vdm Ridurdun Pd-i..ti. Carol Jackaon. M=M- Knclx KUtivdsv. Coya-I Natrna>l Wafcon AHKI\ M--B> akW.LA. VPSTUHDAV Trorti BT. VINCTNT:Johnnnr.nrrmUtm. AlbrC B> m • %  r.n.1 RarroH. Jmn Cltii*idnr OIUtMADA Mr. Potcr Watln.K. v. ho is an author of sensibility, wrote it. Mr. lliiiky" Ucuumont, one ot the hrewde->. judcea of a play, presented It. John Olelgud. who knows everything about the tbj ea tie, produced it, and a goodly cast played i'. At which point I ask—Why? There is almost nothing to be said for INDIAN SUMMLR B< tha t'l %  itr-rion uitlcaa one feel* that pessimism somelmw iuacrvaa re*pect and should ut laait earn the adjective Clickhovian". In South Kensington (which is rapidly becoming the Tobacco Road of t h u Knghsi, thaatn > there is a houao with a garden and we .1 r a presented wilh n wli'owed mother lamenting the glory of her former life in India when her husband was a general. an old spinster who corrects proofs for I publisher, a duK-out major recalled to the Colours. his wife who 1-s vaguely In love with her Slater's husband; anH Tlnjlly the hvisband who WM good soldier in the war but is now a dramatic critic who haa to do the grind of first nights in order to ndvlae a film company on new plays. The It titan secret of two minds, but the H'hoolinastvr's wife unlooses the forces of tragedy by th.irging th* girl with being in love with her husband. From that moment they are puppets of fate and no longer control their i The girl disappears for three days, the srhoolmn-ter is dismissed and is suspected by the police of murder, and the nirl's sex-repressed aunt cruelly dr.ves the schoolmaster's wife to lustwa. j superb production *IH1 'here is I'vidence thut nt lust uir JiU youthful Mr ||n->l. baU that wordj ;>ralmoai portant as lighting effet Colombe Is partoct without being a great play, and i VIM if it proclaims the degradation of the human spirit It is written by an adult for adtilt.-. and we have lots of fun before we reach the tinal profound revelation that nothing is worth while. (World Copvrlght Reserved' —I.T.s. Worst 25 Storm } earn If trade relations between Canada and the British W. sir tn improve steadily, it is paint* it iv up In the people of lilt Tin JOJI men. 2VJ w.-si tadaflj t.. bU) ..* much as of. tin' thej van Iran Canada to make St Mlcl .el's Intlrmuiv wnrtif.itthai vada piiiitable to Canada. rd to ir evoiimy of fWlialr when inni t'annrin. for its part, ^,11 U mi%  l li..mi \i-ittxi Iha In!<[IIIK proflta t<> Iha West Indies I -. %  %  theatre rnc Band wag Cai>1 W.I. "ill i'rc.s C E i itaoo Thue Is still some way to go The Band |.l..y.v( a VBTtatJ < %  ) Imwivir. baton the full balance Men ir.thni.,1 in,ri> ixipii,,f trade is rentored It is e*i--t lar jaw in' Ttaa B^aaRtaa a***" %  .1 lliat West Indian Interests will nPP3 and showed great pcontJtnkl ti> press lor u progresMve : Mi Mi l> s.rin. .i ..< the iistiii lions imk hui. hw.irricii i.| Si Mi.l..ic! .1 ."-—I <-\ the United Kingdom on ; ttemkHl Hie function inlil C..naiiian ninnufacturers are allowed to At . ipalj West Indian requirements 1 from in gn extent fully comrri' 01 St Mi. >il I Old Q |tb the iM-nrflls whldl Ihf We-! tion. St 1'atink's Roman Catholic Indies receive in Canadian mar1 1.1. Street Boy^' Sell. and ni' 10hers rf the Sevc-nt'i Hi' Adven* %  Chinch labb IB 1 not it h' %  %  %  d lamp igad KiMV{'.?iss?ti*ii**illl*iilli I hi QREETINSJ Horror 1. HI iiu.iu 1 gteai %  H of a decent man momentarUj experiencing lhe allractioi June for late ScpU'mucr. LONDON, Dec. 31 nli ne-i ggcaard winds abatl -K ..iid the .in miniatr] othav Daataaroof logturts forecasting '11 o 1 m a 1" aud year-end weather in Urn. C.in.id.i' irllei e ltion was tummod raai ba Mi c D. "an Trade %  nnoumnl ti. Murtel pavlow is cnchannngly 011 the continent •tartaid rackon17. As the wife Catherine Laeagi tnfl I toll of the wurst fpui-da> 1. I'm Hi nt until the author gives Atlantic storm in pint quarter if her nothing but misery. When 1 cemtUTJ At leaal a dogatn sea,KANSAS CITY. M will dramatists learn thai once a going Ihlpt (YcUhtan Includlnc u character i, doomed to one emothe Ajnartcan living aOaWprlaa tlon from which there 11 no eswere lost wracked 01 .senousls OMT 250 Victim! rointing on Of Fire S,-.-k Refuge JSfSi, ST Men Howe, the Canadian Tradi Mhv .ban he Ihm vf.n ..green 7V00O 'onof Cuban sugai Pointing "nt thnt Canad. I l)v. .' Mor. of %  tlr storev %  cape that character ceases lo be damaged. Liners such as Queen |hf — p,. rtoni h(rr ,„,, nlK | lt „„„ "" %  W.ayre daya laty aa*dae acaa t ^ in v , h f||1 |U( (ir (Mlh nblga dramatically effect!' Bentrtx Lehmann. who is becoastal fishing vessels were loM OT coming the Boris KarlofT of our neached on Ihe shoals of the llu-ky theatre, turned on the horror CotuU often with the lOH Of small and even hinted at perversion. A coniplemeot t Aahori bad, bad, woman. Waller Ti ainjured bi a luiiwlinl-iniav |lua a gala WWeh toppi.nl chimneys and flying debris. Coastal and port ijlh ths H---1 O to-day. Dr. Ds. tm %  a %  Maulc On aUNPAY h'rarn Trinidad :W Spruce. P 0-HBi-il. 1 \| Slurl. I. SaiiMM, A \r Collier. C Co.r. c; OaUsr, CJ namUbm, .1 1 Hamilton. A I'aim. M lliinu AdBRM. H Ciuv. A Bourne. H. T-. F BMh*l. J rw.h.t. Hon. 11 Bui wa muti i Twice Looks "vi tha toe thing vnu minion racket. L K Hill M J D*. Canllo. J D> Canllo C iKttr C (iri-.-if C liiaekmaii E %  i*. O OlDb*. S C'll'ln M <••" *"' Linda DowdinaFiem VENKEI %  K i Antonlcta ta. I l'lntit> i r ajrnot t Asn*. Mayan ON Sl'NDAV lor ST. LUCIA Chirr Pairailna !" Itrlrn Parfcm-nr.. M..r l'aikni-,11. Cnarlaa Vio.rrll. lOMM VUolali. Halam Maailah. Oeorsr Ht<-(ini4v Marlori* Dmrncr. Cameron Coulihrujt. Cattierliw KaugaJ. Edrd VIte, llaiiib Youawf. Chsriet Clarke. Jnnn Parklnuin. I..r TK1NIDAD Wllliairi Somrivillf, Audrr* Sim#r wlh. Jark MMWi. Jana M) \ rata. t^iuwlea -. -Km*. Hala.l Vrlaaquri. ON SATURDAY VM TRINIOAD Vatia Orlrrlth. Orarr Cr.i" J.>rdsn. Btveila JiMdan. Ma.lrr l*o JoreSa, Ma.tri l*fii>... Jordan Fr.ol li.tiOn. Bdwin Donovan, William Alkin*. William Alfcm W*nd> Alklnt. Cho.lo plier Alkln.. Pat Fsan Manrren Rlan tun Mclntvrr. Bita Mrlntvre. M.lvM, Vctnlrrr. ; not farirt li.. in the %  %  %  '-it wi ft a bad1 % %  i :i-ps this isymbol..; i Maybe it means (he rise of AM. I wouldn't know At any rate, the dran. laft a in*' iiiih. perforniaiuf before the baft net In order to met hil .''. %  -ui-1.iw, and itM in hii i i "' ' atlnkeroo. bu: I < o.hcr critics Said It Brtal COlo^^nl. So ha BT** flred—which i -. t*a to critics ncv. post of duty. What a poor c mature thai fellow was. He hadn't enough gump ion to be in love cither with his wife or her sister, ur *o get down to some honest work instead of goin*: to plays. It is W> the credit of Mr. Robert Flemyng that he played the irnrt .i^ though It bored him as mucn as us. I like Jane Baxter in anything, and Betty Ann Da vie*, is easy on the eyes but 1 give solemn warning that If the theatre does not shake off this plague of "What's the use?" ploys even the audience m.iy walk out before the last net Grim, Clever On the previous night at the Duke of Yorka we had a grim but cleverly written play, Till DAY'S MISCHIEF. In which Lea> ley Storm conduct-' u* on • tin.? of the dark spaces In the human mind. It opens brilliantly with Iati Hunter a 9 a schoolmaster in his home coaching M 17-vear-old ill"' for her latin Exam. Not a word is said nor even glances echanged but It Is clearly conveyed to us that the girl and the gerald as the father of the girl gave on arresting study ne*,*|>aper crime reporter faced with reality In his own life. This Is very nearly a first class play, but Miss Storm will do even better when she lets her characters go free iislcad of holding them on the rein. Hit* i burni 11 tha blaze si. werehoa%  I Firemen estimated II II OBll 2ft.nO0 The the -' bfoi ui tt. th.it.ill and bathauUeta "otMde inn', enompnssed 0) ih.Hnli*h prater. mtlal tariff aystem. tie declared: s victirrj „, n j^g^x years, the dim-ul''. ",'!",',' %  *< hjveeiic.Hinteie.1 in the ilrillsi. ml l.illI We|jl i„di CT have been cxti-m. .ind have been remedied only In ,, %  i.v the recent relaxation* ol import contniii affectad inert, n is mitural therefore, that there been a growing mlere*t m Cuban market on the part ol C initial la tio high* the c were nid railw halted by wasbaxJ smashed "ami room, otncials said, but they trafk "lung %  *B*ffs*d no cause for tha Man The Pessimist L4i8i TlinM' Qtee* lUtngvrotiH Cargo S i va, at the time, retained their traditiunI deatra i" In h the Brm-h • t'. tha lulled extent ,. 3MI % %  -BIT. AT THE CLOSE o1 ( inoihoi Yaat we look back wilh qraliludo lo th suppoil and i-o-oparalion ol those wa have had the pleasure ol solving thiouqhout 1951 and lake this opportunity ol expressing out sincere "'hanks' and oxtend Bet Wishes lor A Prosperous 1952 i IS s I I I IMIHIIIM. E8TATBS Ill.tlllM. OMI'.t.\i \.VI 1.1II. i..l.' Si'I ..••• %  "• II,. .. u .... .,..../../... utrll %  that human being* f \^/ JJ\* "bonf fr '" IhC d *' V I "'' / /" '" flalaTr— li'*' V w '"* I from blmxi imimi itiv* Iteeently while Ihv log HUCKtinckened outside there ./as radiance In the New Thcati % %  where Jean Anou.lh and 1* BI Brook almost duplicated • %  .1 Km* Round the Moon %  aXCM Itk (^HOMBI Thu lucka-age play 0 a famous I'arifilenne actress her two 1 HI., is brilliant, si kiting 'uctacular and unsalisfj Ing. Anouilh. the hater of happ;iM> and the d -i' ,, 'i'' 1 wi b .1 burst women are femali rciTunds ui atari to decompose from the day that they are born Both statements are equally surd, but the author must be allowed his Parisian uaailiiilgffl At any rate what do we care as long as Yvonne Arnaud i dominating the scene with a flambuoyancy ond grex-d thnt are as amusing as they are cruel. Then there Is a delightful performance by Jaycf Redman cs the flower girl who married for love but found it too dull and progressed from the retail to the wholesale. It In the best thing that thl litUe actress hag mm done. For Adull •; • 1-.brilliant wen (tough is the rnnoand a I no poaaessively that he kill* his own romance and a young actor. John Slratton. whose portrayal of an attractive weakling wa • Sa 1 T. in 1 1 arrived la n..it...i.s uu %  1 1 .1 eai an Bba ailed froni mool toUeMnsj Bt Glasgow an s ui 1 t:m Arinoi.i l.i Than tre ^till three cases to be tru-d -l ihi Sl'.-.nig % %  the ('Hi" f Qrand Hagalnri one is the Burton Spring. 1 BMJfdai .is.in which 1. of st Lucy -h-nifi ... 1 tlienrndei of %  23-month-
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AUSTRALIA OPENING BATS FAIL
Harvey And Miller
Come To The Rescue
Ramadhin Bowls
With Confidence
(lr..... HAROLD DAI.I i
MELBOURNE. Jan 1
AUSTRALIA'S OPENING BATSMAN Arthur Morris
Who had strained a muscle in his right leg running in the
field yesterday, came out with Noblett as runner this
morning. Similarly, Denis Atkinson was fielding (or Wor-
rell whose hand was still badly swollen.
It.hn Trim opened the bowling
lx>th Morri* nnd Moronc;
"i pan fen collMt - rapid succession
of singles varied by straight
driven boundtrt from Moroney
tnd the total had quickly mounted
in 17 when Trim In hi* third over
-hipped down a very fast ball
Coins a reaction away from Mor-
ns whe deflected It Into his oft
--tump. Morris howled Trim. One
(-.t
Dramatic Sue res*
Thai immediately made bright
even brighter, for the islander*.
It was quite a sudden and dra-
matic success with a wicket
smashed back so early.
Gomez was bowling at the other
end ami bo affected were Bw
Australian batsmen thai tve BBVJ
each bowler now committed to
bowl maiden oven.
Mi-i'ntiey. notorious (or his slow
.-tollditv. had begun his innings
"usual amount of enler-
Ut now he drew back
well into his shell and played
Trim by dropping the ball at his
! With a dead bat. Turn once
enlivened the proceedings by a
bumper that whizzed over Mor-
Otny*i nead as he ducked and
elicited chuckles from the 30,000
crowd who havO seen very few
Australian batsmen attacked m
this way in recent years.
Lindsay JloseU endured a very
protracted period of caution. It a/ea
COM by n.rning Trim backward of
qua?*; leg for two. Gomez bowled
yet another maiden and pno oi two
shots that might have yielded runs
at this stage had been effectively
cut off by quick and accurate
ground fielding.
However, although Hasselt may
be quiet and still, it would be .
mistake lo believe he |i dead. He
suddenly came to life by hooking
Trim to the boundary with a ihel
placed high in the air above his
headthe sorl of twirl. .. drum
major gives to his baton. In this
On Pair I
1952 Will Be
Biggest Year
For Brazil
NEW YORK. Dec. 31.
A prediction trial 1952 Will DO
the higftcst over for Brazil
the current issue of the
rUaMaest Week owing l.
Brazil's "blossoming industrial-
ization'" Pointing out thai t"
tM Slates investments there weie
over six hundrcn million dolla
the magazine added that Unit
Stairs' businessmen were getting
.. :.aiiionM return.** He said;
< B ill and for investors 1952
-ught lo be the biggest year yet
Everyone is talking of expansion.
North Americans are eyeing Brazil
** the soot for new plants."
u.r.
E.C.A.GmtO$
Jamaica
7,500,000
U.N. Forces
Capture Hill
8TH ARMY HQRS DM II
United Nations forces seized n
hilt lying ortween the main Allied
tine and lost the height on 8ui
but were halted there by Commi''.-
ists in bitter hand to rum I
Temperatures were tr|...
point. A frontlioe brlofll
estimated two hundred I
re killed on Sundat alone.
He Mid Allied casual!,,
very low.
Three small scale Communist at-
tacks were reoulsed in the m
on Sundav uiht and i
Monday. Farlhci west other L'nit-
d Nations troops lieat of]
Communist probli
minute eai igeuH east <>l tlv
Iruee conference village of Pan-
munjnm early to-day the onlv
paired action reported from the re-
mainder of the 145 mile Korean
front.
In the air eight United BUtl -
Shooting Star jets out-manoeuvred
IS speedier Russia-built MIC r
Jet fighters and damaged one a'
them in a dngilcht ibovr Suekon
tn the northwest area. All Kh.-.t-
ing Stars returned Igfti) to tin '<
bases. United States .lets sighted
about 110 MIO's during the d*jy
Int 1h< v avoided fight.
r.r.
Econonsu' Aid Tn
U.K.In*52Ex|MMdMf
BoBelSOO.OOO.OOO
WASHINGTON Dei 31
The United Mates.
to announce (his woth Ihl
will have at leas! 5300.000,0011 In
economic aid next year. An in-
formed official in dose touch with
Anglo-American aid negotiations
_ said todaj U "as planned to >
* Co-uperaiion Adminie- nounce the aid in Washington be
?.50O.00u to increase-fore Prime Mi-iistrr Winston
it-
DO! OL U o.n.i
House of
I
WASHINGTON Dee 31
i in and British Pnm
n mil face

ii> mtutorj probli
,. .i mux nant
i bow i-iklajr.
The tefO men and llicn military
nd diplomatic advisers do not
Mi G M A.| v. HA, N.C P l-eadei o( the Ml lyi Mm
.vas among the' receiving awards in the New Jan Allantic and Navui COBMOasOd
Tin' iiftlciiil announcement Males thai tin and whelhei the new liitfh-
M . Dpolnunenl ol Mj Orantli United State* oi British
' the H ..,,-,,. ifli hi aid sUnderd equip'
i lie Ctrfl mendei I the M..*t lli.-tinK,iish- ,, S ueoigp |i ,fc .... ... i'K,,hdi whet he i
Mi \ SchuUi ..f 11M8 was educated-anulhyr .'milt
at St. I lien lit falhvi was headmasl. i
l SI Catherine'' ColHg) OXfOI
I , gt Gray's Inn and rctui
B
He i i in 1984 wh *n he was elected .. Member ol the
I He .(.pointed a member n'
thi Bx< r becarrn l-eadei of the I -
merit 1 .;.., La Parti
Bes.c lions hi tf (Otsldenl .>i (he Barl I
h.-Kii .'. ion, an.i the earth-
1,000 Offered For
Murder Of Erskinc

lar,IProhlems! "U.K. Will Mi
Wait Truman Forco With Force
\nd Churchill KogmtmoN says
i arable
.....i one* If he i illi for tn
re eetehllanmenl of World War
Twos on blned i h efe, Truma.*
will object The United Banal
wants mil.iarv co-ordinating un

bean
l

Vice-Presldent
I In
w r t u.
Mir M
Caribbeat Com-
inlssiou and of
Ihe Rectbnal Eeo-
Commit
ber of the G
il
ol
t h
KINGSTON. J'ea. Dec. 29
Jamaica so far received under
.. .Kin,'IK
tratton
. BTOdud M 'Churchill arrives at Ihe week-end
Expansion plans which will !-1'"rjaiks with Piesiuen: Trumeu.
most double the Inland's produc-' Tm* (,"""1'
lude an increase in mining' addition to mllliar, aid iinUm i
equipmen( tor the construction1 rece.vi.iK undor Ihe mutuel
! powej plant, an oil plpeum itourltj' eWf Aathorim-
a*orefe tank. and m*kiu; new * ""^s hc'* dMl not rule out
-ossibilily that the figure
come out of the Mutual
i Oadl
Kepayinent will be made in the
gfUpi of a!ummum supplies to
America over a period of ll'j
yenn
Bauxite shipments tn Canada
and America start early m Ihe
ejnini year.iCPi
Latin-America Will
Be More Impartial
To U.S. Parties In 52
(By HARRY W. FRANTZ)
WASHINGTON, Dec. 31.
Diplomatic observers predict that the Latin American
Republic* will be more impartial toward United State*
Presidential candidates and political parties next vear than
Uurini; any national political campaign since 1932
In that year Latin America was distressed by a ureal
economic depression and the entire Western Hemisphere
hulked to the success of Franklin D. nuowvclt, Democrat
as farnhadnwinf! a "New Deal" in inter-American relations
js well a* in national affairs.
.1% Qf Captured
HVds Died In I'.Y
Qantps
ft It, inn funds ippi
autumn by Congre end "ould no!
require any new leg
said. It was expected that aid to
Britain would he divided between
direct financial assistance ana aid
through pi
contract*I'.P.
U.S. ThrrattMi To
Warn MtMCOM
st Oeorej
!Sew Year
If on ours
HIS MAJaV'TV Till KINO
lii- boan grae oi:y uleasad tn
mike the fe lrnK appoint
merit* on the e r.-ion of Hi'
New Y.-.i
Till: MOBT I'U.riMilllMH
ED ORDB.. C BAINT
MICHAEL Hi SAINT
OE 4<:
T he Conn-
, rt A.l.m
Leader o. h- Hon.r ol
AH>*Btbly i id Maaabei of
BxecoUv. CtimmitUf
THE MOST FXCELLF.NT
ORDER OF 1HK BPITIHI
-
rC'.v.i > T. lir Offlcei
Archie O Mrge L w i *
Doiifcla^. Retired Dli-mn
si Manai art Cable and
(Weal Inrii'M
Ltd
Nt Jsniisry. i "-'
Ihe la

LONDON L>

TOKYO. Doc. SI.
The United Natioiu Command
s:iMI that (i.dOfl Communiit prison-
era have died in Allied prisoner
"I war ramp* A special an-
nouncement emphasized that the
OMUl toll re|resented "only ;.lxnit
live per cent, of prisoners of war
held by the U.N Command." and
the deotlM resulted primarily from
'.he poor physical OOOdU
Iferl troops when captured.
The I* N Truce Delegation at
Proimunjom has chanted that Vl%
of all UN tn-.p". known to have
reached North Koreun prisoner of
war camps during the early part
i>f the war died in Communist
tfgtdp.
The death toll among Allied
,irioner* for the entire war is be-
lieved to be smaller but much
greater than among Communisi
TJ.P.
Dork Hands R*fis"
To Unload Rod
Cargo
NEW YORK De* 31
Drernen refused t>i
unloarl 100 tons of Poli.-h hams
worth $SSf, 000 frorr nn inbound
tup be >up the < ; .

Hun*..- r ded end re-
ceived fltO.OQO for the reieeae of | the Inter-Amern
ihe four imprlsrmcl Ami^Hcan | eramme into
A* was expected. Roosevelt, soon
ftcr his Inauguration in 1933.
piocliumed "good namhbour'
iHilicreand alnce Ihcn. this Utin-
Amerlcan opening ha- widelv
presumed thai hemispheric In-
leresta ran paralki with D,m,_
eratlc election victories
Current comment in Iit in-
American diplomatic circles
flecU a more analytical atlitude
toward U.S. ijolilics and a new
disposition nol to lake sue!
partisan attitude.
This Latin-American caution
does not reflect displeasure with
Truman's administration which is
redited with having continued
Roosevelt't "good neighbou
policy, although some diplomaU
think with less popular support
and enthusiasm. But it take.
into account, the possible change
of party control within the '
Government.
I'ervonglily of ike'
WASHINGTON. Mob
; The UJt. Government will bring
i pressure directly on Rui I
I Communist sstelliti eotlMl
holdmK United States etUttni '
"ranaorn", according to dl| loni il
tOUrCOl A stern warning U) Mos-
cow tn kcij> its millions in cheek
is considered the mOel
way to prevent I letXttltfoB <
Hungary's treatment ol four United
Stales airmen The Ihei
leased on Friday after it i
States State Deparltnt i
$120,000 in "fines'* impos~d on
them for crnss.nB the Hungana
frontier in an unarmed transput)
plaM which lust us wa\ on
SSlt from Otrrnany to Yugoslav!.. Irene IHdenilarn *
High United Btav
still cunt* bal further

a n.-.i egret lla ven-

I V.
V
lege of 1
i

memlw i ..f the
i ,
on to the
Nations
I !I4H
Mr A dnK
cultural Advleer


md Wel-
. i
lei
tha M fMsjtln-
i h il't ol

.... aj Aj i ... I Intdod bel
i end ol HI40 Mi. r.amptnn
l bb I Ion at ihe
I | al the Thirteen!!.
' I '**
ompgnj n i8
' ,; t .. ... .
i:,
il trail m il the London
I rved In Madeira
I i a ntce. Pornampuco Berbo.
1
In I92 he returned to Harh- i<^ awuminn control U
Jin, innil Mitnag
1" .
Not Convinced
On the United spies' propon
for mi Atlantic Command undei
stales Admiral, Church.
Ill hi MM he not >onvlneed.
He fears a "conflict" might icsull
between the Supreme Navel com
i s ihe British Admiralty
over 11.ins-Atlantic shipping. In
. l\.ili..nientan IBgfJCTI in the
1927 Bn,| i'""im"i" on Deeornoei 0, Church-
later, in 1939 be- ," aOhl the Atlantic Command
I nil.lem is eertalnlv not solved
nw" Mthotuli he Mpreeaed the
hope il could l-e
lr Prampton
h i
ciia a I t e i
IwenH-lU-e ye.u
In the Cotooll
Agriiiillural Ber-
Vice He was ap-
pointed t Nik' r
Agiuiil
tural Buperlntan.
dent in British
Quiane In lB
if V* U..I.M. I
It
ultural
OI11..1 Dm
lerved >- a Can-
tam-in the Su-ait*
.'.! i iorem un i
n*a> mentlonod
in ilespnti In-. M.
I.risoi
lap
(-. *i;i11 I; U
1942 to IB45 In
I94A he was ap-
polnterl Pr
nf Agrlrultiiri
il t
Freighter Spy Etcapee
Sinks: 22 Ltwt
aJe-ewopi North Sea 01
.ith nil 33 men enoerd Ii
lorm In -
KHANt K. De. :^l

deurent, mode
II I. s,pi :, ii. n.v prtton ds I
|todi |
The un
lut lor a United SUlo i lucl
The American Governmeni foeta
I ruled BUM*
..-. ..( tblM end
nd ihereforv should maintain
iiueii "iiii.ii over thenv
National Hnde
pa n
i ould be aome riiphnni
: .i: ,
undei ticneral Kisen-
owi ov.Tfiii c nntifii the rlfli
Mso cuis i natlonni
i ide Britain b pn i
-, in hi ental v/ork.....k new 280
iilibre rifle and would like lo see
lag
landerd weapon for North Ai-
..lllli- H..IJH.1 l|."i|i-.
Mns< pindiiition oi iha no*
i ho woo ei
I i ited BtaaV
InsliUnl on Ihe new .3011 cali-
pg ill- I lO !> place the
'.,.. i 'i'>.
.
he nen gun to < the i
ecem i ind rathoi
t;.ni Tin- Umi sh ' upon
i ii problei feu m| I

i produced for com
ined f<"'' Burpee Official
eld the i pn taV tfpac
i nifajet t- to i>e
ilrn i ill i<>k ii
iHiii (him ihi
took I IV

The
I
1
tha fxeightei
leh
n-.i
abotini hi

of dealh
sons.
Interest in L a t I n-Amrnrni.
circles, at this stage, revolve*
iJa-ely around 'he personalitv
possible c.'indidsc? of OocHb
His political sup-
porters have spread the word
Iha. be is frle:nlK to Ldie- WINDWARDS HONOURS
America and would give inter-'
American relations a prominent
SEARCH FOR BIG
PLANE' UNDERWAY
WARASHO BEACH
Florid*. I).. 3.
The Urn* I Bl Const
and State fflflhwej Pan
the search for a "nig ph
ofnciallv reported down at Me
some 1.000 yards of this V
resort town.
A Miami Coast (Iimrd roottee
man said that an arrm i
on the beach reported <
big twi. eiigineecl plan! UU1
looked Ifke ;. CAT snoop low
and disappear into tb
about three-f.iurl"- of a mile
ofTshore last night.
The Coast Guard said that a
cheek with air bases through-
out the area disclosed none of
theii pljnc* eras overdue and the
'hat only
.''itifled sergeant had re-
. mg the plane.

lost or hi-

it. mUnecM ol dotlan n
,:,!
||
Itnofs MO Of! l>rT

oujes am
...


.
: ..ith de-
o'lut r.
slorm.
LIST

r.r
part In his pollrv
His working link would be
through Senator Henry Cabot
leader of the 'Draft
Kihcnhowcr" campaign, who trans-
lated Senator Arthur Vandenbere's
Foreign Policy views including
Security Pn,-
the Republican
i Party platform of 1948___TJ.P.
OBKHAD
The Windwarn> honours list
follows for tomorrow
O.B e B enee r nunrWn. .
former M?ml*r H
Legislative ( oundl M B -
Dane. Nursing Sister of th<
Hospital. Dominica. M I: I
Towers, former Principal AudiU.r
of the Windward* who has now
gene on a similai ;
From I
.
rd U
I
:hiiu>

i sarj
barn lectiorj of Iha oUm
Mong
(.<-ir..
I
!
.i;.ii invi lif< Un| wmothi
aided bj Comi inatJ
. |
Belgian CoudI wi
ititlon f.u the murdei ..f iieauti-
ni rrench i
.
hove neai udi bod
i i gajasa-porti inRb
N

i .
iea*

I
pad e strict m
i breakou
.
and a
.... r, onh 'i'
'
Meuinn
bel Courting. I
ilh m murdi
.
-nil
i
i rough Hi. itrs whi
wo
the si id tod ">i
fl the guard's in
furm Thev lockeif him in t
,-ll an
.

H the two rwn
A High Police f>fflei:.
hi com '' ed II M<
had help fron
he prison <>r both "
(t'.p >
PONTIFIC/U. RECTOR
CAIRO. De
BgyptUui oxtromiiU off* rod ;t t: i.ihui -
DMirdoi al Uttii 0 ml Sli Gooi Enk . Com-
mano'er of British troop mE ypl GotioralSii Bi inRobert-
m.m. Britesh Commnndoi in tan Middl .
intondi to raineun in Iht Si n CwmI n ^hall
ii...... force) with (ore* "
Robortaon made Uv oonl altoi rai^irnina boa
London contoxenca with Prit w Minister Wliiaton Chiirciiuj
and Othoi Cabinet monbeVi .m,l military leaders on .....
tonalon retalttna from Kv.vni attompt I I cothol
out of tha Canal Zone
i
' ith in*
v It.il.'e i >' .|i,.i:. i Mill in
mj \v.i* ifa i
, all pa ..ii oi" Ah
ih f..i manj monthi if
tend be. We aholl rrieol
un force ustna no ife than Is

i ha Act of Cl killing


aTered t ion hi
' i>frlce i
taploavvai fta aaej
British mlbtarj authoi I
noiinced *h
ity of hiRh eaplo
..t the
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d (, operty,
ere gtVl

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w , ,. the einplo* of I
. ; ""l *""" nan) Egypi hi

.,'." I...... "" '.....|hl ih. iee to the
jtiih aoid auid worth i(t laa rise dlseuesal
me i-.s at jiifect.il ill BritorH a-klni Ih
UJC Pays First
liislalmrnl
Ol U.S. Debt
WASHINGTON. Doc. 31.
Britain paid 'he first iiuOaimesil
i hOl SS.75O.0O0.0oo poat-wai
on and on her srarUn
. e n.-ht ehedule Mondaj,
ii.ii Bbiitaa l^eoaon
,|'.....icod it roceteed $i3B.;oooon
ol Which S1U.300.000 waa a ularte.
'" ll1"...........thai iebt which
.....11 Hee othet il
. i it-, and olabni
' '" id.i i i. i to ,,,,.,
N37.7OOU00 In Cana.ii.in dollars at
the same time on her 1.250,0O0.oa.i
loan to her mother country made
Britain
made the payment t
Ml.'
111..
tin
lank of New Yorh
credit the i's Troaaurjr"a account
Ql SI38.500,IMtn f,om the

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MS an oun.
Oaoarvira "ere gnd In London
ro net euro Britain erould hovo
eithei Ktequab aold or dotlan lo
On i \
IRANSPORTATION
PAUS, Dob II
Di Bduardo lontoo, ownet i I
Ihe influential Col.....Wa
!" P*'' *' Tlel r>n ,,f h... ,
Fernando Masui la hi

ol rorrnai Colon
uaan Paris, to Boaota
rno i od) i n
Hogotit |
ire i:.r.

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i Mbuatrlea end I
rneccia II Involved I7g persons
. | Whom III .ice ten her-. Ill-
i"elurer nnd pi
orkuiK ( the 1
tion ministry of Unlverrii
V.P
123 RED REBFXS
K1L1.F.D: 45 TAKF.N
11
Frew Kfla
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41 rifle*, anil 10 .
Forty-five Viet Mini,
.tiers
-Rf.
Stealing From
A PoUcemaii
noei. KiNi; .. labourei ..i
xed plai ' '' iboch i -. ron inde
ntil Januai) '>. amen he ippeored
f.He Ml Q. B. OrlfAOl Aetuii!
Police Maitiilrnle of Ih
: .*! I.v tin l*.,ll<.
oith Iht i......r$4 thei
Ii iht. sk- us on
in.
M
Bi tied lo the
i ha Room il Un Control
. il K wns re-
f .
i Hi- arai
broulbl to the Hoimi liy PoUrl
etc iind there ho
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: -.1 Sting NO h- IS-' |
Uainield) saw King raise his ha*
|0 stilkc Sfcoete. A acuIOc euiued
Afterwards he noticed pO tsal
Boor u small penal and foui
alUi hills, the defendant fell ot
Ihe floor on the money shoutli'
loi murder. Defendant got up :ai
ii M ii innel were
I
I-.le, Polhe (-,n-t,ille Skeete]
told hun sornething und Ihe defen-(
clunt was seirched and the inonevi
f mnil on him
Ki | i rtoag rvtno a ill
months term of Impn
'or the tan ah book. .


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VATICAN. Cily. Dec. 31.
PI xn japo
Spanish ieaull r-th.-i an'1
Theologi-n Pedro Abedl
Pontifical of the '
of FUmw Father
replaces Father Paolo
Dew;. ' tor for I
year*
r P
i''mvisio\\L
CREIMTS
Dan. 31.
AsAemlil*
t mllltar.

.f .i.nniary and
military
;il.-vanre
until aftl 'alk>
Europea Plan.
. month.4
:,. ItOfiOQfim franc i lopted I
521 vules lo 100. Oi.lv Conununis.
I motion
v.r.
KlllHH'tt1ttt
Will Subscribers please
note lhat there will be
an issue of the
i; v i; \ i \ u
\ II x II i \ t I
to-morrow
Wednesday January 2nd 1952
Book your copies early
to make sure you get
the Full Details of the
third day's play in the
West Indies vs Australia
V
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MCE TWO
BARBADOS VDVOCATF.
TIF.SDAY JANTUtY 1, 1M2
Cahib Catiinq
Mr. Butiiwaiu recently nH
r Offloal Reporter or th*
OUm mcBiben. of the Edit'
HIS EXLIX1.KNCY thl
id Lady Savage ac-

ADC. M..J-J Dennis Vaughan
id <>l nvoi
six Hundred people who attended
Ev< .!-..iv ..i iha
Yacht Chib lest injjhi. The ball-
room was attractively aVcoinled
with p i
(appropriate to the coi
while balloons
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v.L DM
I
fid a roaring trade with
.
ed to t*.eating out. Tdkmn then)
alphabetic-lit- the Ayuatii- Club
iHiohingji for din-
nei. t'hi
cludini several larfl
from the si Jamaa Coast Tinn>
a r vat ions at Club

averting !.
Oub
Then- were Iwenlj-elghl din-
ner bookJngi at the RocMey
Beach Club whilf agrOM the Toj,i
BJhsCB Club aJn

At Ute hoMc; the Windnor.
I


Ovai twa bundrad people
dtncJ at tin Marine Hotel and
there must Ravi wii srell over a
thousand people attandlng tha
dunce which foU0Wd. The
liallroom was decorated
with balloon-, and Caiuarina
branches. Vera Klein, the young
"
earlier in i"** avanini at Hotel
w
nncc at the Marine
At
rang outa rocket exploded with
a loud repor;
ground. >ii trout of tha h-i.-l I
nun >lcn -i!''.!
"lMa". Th- liligtni of Aoki
i I arhoad Uiieuch the
ballroom and Liter e*erj
changed good arUuaa fa
Meanwhile at Chi!
aritt) two arena n proi

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tiirouiinuut tba n
in ... ..-.. ..,,
in ahc an I lati r, i
. ,'1 till IIL.irilkL 111.1 .
Morganitaaf can
.: .,i, nwrnini in Iha In-
......
Over at tha Drill Ha)i
olher gain partj
Crtckuj and 1 I Club held
T .. ...
. continued until I
houis of the morning.
Not content with "oakling it
day" at tour or five o'clock in the
morning. i pla Bniahad
oil IIil :
Hotel Hoyal and saw
Brat) Church lighthouse.
Pilgrimi To Churchill
MR CHI .

or th.-
I of Aw
!il nid Reportoi
New Appoint"! 1.1
EXPRESSIONS
,
and congiatulatiou on hn
new appointment were mad* by
members of the Adverse utiifT to
Mr. J. F. Urathwaite oen they
presented him with "purse"
.i- a token i>r their
goodwOL
Kant Offiriil Itrport-
er of the House of Asstably, Mr.
Itralhwaite was UBll
i ul an, Bank i tooted t
the Aa>aelt.
Sunday Lunch
DROPPED in at the Hotel Royal
OB Sunday for one Of Lb* U
buffet lunches which is a regular
Sunday feature there. AnwgagJ tha
crowd of over tifty people (3d
being hotel guests) were m.niy
Venezuelan, American and
CaaadBan visi ors as well as quite
u number of locals.
After lunch, had a look at the
open air ballroom being con-
structed adjoining the eastern
side of the hotel. It I* Imped t*
Mi. J. i: lirome who aadc the have it finished In about
IiresenUiUon poke of ifieflttcient ,ime- A circular tarrazzo dance
manner m which Mr Brtthwaha "u0' " he centre of Ok
had carried out his duUs at the will be illuminated by soft lifchl .
Advocate and of his rriiibtlity. The pat is completely enclosed
ad to his gie fellow- from the road. In one 001
i.iulated hir. on his be a bar and In another CO! m i a
new appointment and usuied snack bar. As soon a< it I Don
him ol his best wutto for hi* pleted they plan to have a
continued success.
Hi 0 B Copptn, the Advo-
cate's Bporta Editor aid Mr.
. nut, Bum Bub-
Editor also spoke In
alter which Mr. Hrathviite suit-
ably replied.
BY THE WAY
Bi lit;\< III iiWIth K
INOTK. and win
toy. that the fouitep-.
i|>U- SnowmOll have beoTrf
seen again In ih< Ifli
snowx Wriy "abominable"'' Who-
ire. the life thev Vaiaia]
lip there must be fairly "CO
in nature." ax the saving;
Ut wild ht
. roiautl
n.ible Thc-y m^'
l.e uthe-r tfentle p^opte.
la hnowri that birds Hid heagaf
hat would be wild anvwktr.
15.000 fee-l or more. L-anniv
i^en say that thew Snown
Ciftwng Krinnka triU- wi
arestw ardai about -H""* B.C in
boloaigatd to th,. Ami*!'
ttroii|j. it may be no i -
thai Bv*i asal ka "n tin- it*.
of ih> meridian 87 E. loriKiiud."
with th. permit*] M N
//" thiiifc* frk gwjtl
I READ that the man wh0l
< 'I backwards from t'n>w-
bourgh to liewi^
t^i.if for its hours on and H m

of tatoaUcatlngj life of pl<
suggest playing golf (>..
rrotn Leirai to CrowbittgCn. I
know ii in,hi who pajahoiJ :1 wheel-
barrow round a piano l"i "8
hour-*. "1 meant to te the flf
to do it." h said, with iimplc
paidka wtn.-n cxsngratulai
th- ni.yor. he !>aid. "It was tir-
ing, out it was worth it Then
they handed him the microphone.
t*_
it" **!* rta what?" snoiT d
tpotl-sport. The polie.-
t. inin Igatajr from a i
'-/...I.,.* t,n Et*r*>nt
Is., it..,' the ofticial height
Mount Baaiaat, 29.0O2 ft. h
being challenged. That extra Iwn
il int nf snow blown on to the higl.<*'
point of the mountain and not .
part of the i-io.in.il stmctun-
I am nii-lmeil to agree with li
RuamiauBa, that the latest cxpe is simply espionage. I think th.it
sabotage is also a major puipoaa
' >t the expedition. Moreover.
Iwtnbs could be dropped from the
summit without the POgaW Od IBaUlSJ
iMiniblng planes.
Pirn it-
-
zsm the
pictures
before TV?
Sy IVLl'iw SJLBBER
NEW YORK,
'1 lit ue qjii
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Of cocktail dances Indefinite Stay
LEAVINc; >
b.W.IA.
, Short Viiit

for Put
raale to the U.B. raa
cjiikc rJaughtoi
MONO th, ; goBajn km. Jti-ST
)ig the colony - **
of
v.is Mi" Hi t-tiiln
-f Mr. and Mrs.
Myrtle Hank."
Sumlav
b) HW.1A. tor St. Latll on a
short visit were Mr. sad Mn.
Ilaliam Masaiah of St. Junes.
I'mm .-iu toad,
lln-ricla will r
for an Indeflnl'e
with her aunt Mrs. Alid He
New York City.
In in the US.
partodi fa Idttngj
lan-
Tl..
Paramount Club, of which she
a number gave a farewell purty
for her on Friday night. m
Her parents, relatives and
AUitlViNti from Tindad oi
Sundaji night by B W 1 A
Wat Mr Uertle Kogen son of Beveral of her friend
tin C. 0. Haters of Sea well to see her off.
Cheapside.
Uertie ha* been wotbng for
I'lu-iiiiic arllb It.W.lA iltached
lo the RaaarvaUon Offlwin Pori-
i i pei-
manantly transferred lu Harba- m*R. VI-AD1M1K NECHOU-
d* an,| H expected lo lake up JV1 t,
& iwsU in i kv
ft
"SJaVaVTaot! "rhh" fiffiS- "' ""' JS ,
iiiiiiieiit Hil|, The exlubilioii opens on Saturday
Sth January for 4 weeks and will
On Honeymoon include painting' of local
u sell at wotta from I Pai
MR, AND Mlts IILL1AM Soaflo
si'KNcr who amnairH
id "ii Baturdaj Hew n
(rum that colony on Sunday man
.veiiint by it.W l.A. |o sjptDd JM. H
their houe>inoi>n in Baitados.
Iha am of Mrs.
Bpanoi of Itaiaiiii
BM former PawOTJon- u, S,
ys^fa.SSri:
Mr Andrai 0Donn.ii
former merchant of Sum Street.
In Line
Tyt. R M. LLOYD ST1II nimlt'
French Art At The
Museum
. MOfT, who Is paying a sln.it
liarbados us the i^" '
Di siMiiin. is boldini an axnlbltlon
Two Weeka
AND MRS. ClOHtMiN
I HAMILTON ami th-u OTM-
yeur-olct daughter arrived from
Tnmdad by ii.w.i.a. --n Sunday
, niRht to spend two weeks' holiday
Siucria, Trinidad, used to be
Mi-.srs. J. N. Hi.rriman and Co..
when the new runway ut Seawell
ssj belli* constructed. Mrs;.
1'the former Jill HodtOO
f should call aauaagai made of
htorag a /mlWii' o-niidaf.
(PubUc-mlnded speaker.)
-A satijsatK* by iha? rlvcr'a (rrtm
\ toiiji'i' .'riiixiilc MTOI to hint.
And if ieo) ruMhtng
Hut irJim hut brotu lofadoan t'f
upon a portaoM "t tha hi
'Or ioham < bvoJta-a wtadom tooth
L/pon a portion "1 Iha booth),
ffC rai .-fl ami r-ur.ied BSMl BtOOrVi
niipimam
Mra. Shinju Ku-Ku has larfl h.'
umbrella in Tokyo.
(News item.)
"It was fine when I left
home." vouchsafed the Japanese
B.B.C. Radio
Programmes
TUBt*A.Y. JANUAHV 1. 1003
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FRIDAY 4th 2.3U c< 8.J0Pr
u th

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THE \Ut.\ COtartrlCtOr hi god UlM
ny ehveph, the Bu
ttar than to be tick led
der his left arm; and PelOr the
Potto chattered amiably tnl
rophori,- in tin- Int) I I
kissing a lady why looked about
-..,! old
t broatdcaatlns] studio, but Iha
BBC "Children's Hour" as a
a
tin i v. and thh time It (o
form of a vi'lt hrOfn -
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Ul J.ii k
the frlenda v^
l Constrictor, the Ci
iby, od U .
plys a Python, a baby AiJiMBfaN
about two inelie.s long, '
Mongoose. A bunch of youngsters
the studio to greet men.
and (he visit ra
oala chattaradi squeakco
id into the microphone
jnd the children were kept busy
stroking, tuklini; and ncratehinn
them as necessary, while Mcm-
Cleuiadari apt liten
the picture
maoi

gets a finncr entwined with tin
i- person's.
more r le aa '.ff if the
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have Invited him; nut so far Mi
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Pilgrimi are more hopeful. The.
think the otwa that th
Ul b 0 (0 Ottawa
after let In Pi Truman
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it mil be extended lo Mr. Bdan
Medical Bttpt of Ur Mental of Barbados.
Hospital a ill l>e heard nir Be*
hum riuriPK Incidental Irttellit-ence
tha aoaal neat of a pwk, Tho
lofhb ItUl wiill-fthe tm- A CUM, should be aUOWOd tO
plications ol the ne menial J\ ,U u lop along her o n Unoa
health art which brlngi Bartaado Hpecdelb if they're good-
into line with the in! of the Ladies" Home Journal.
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7. Wife-killer. (Ol
it. Any i taken in a aaortn. 14
rj. um kind ut rafrea
IS. Pronti-t*^l when tin- cole
lell away. >
14. Whrrr man)- met. i4i
lit. Piny Ik un all.
-up* or ttir utnaua
1W. Braak in pjn- i*i
at BapuCeKl to be folded bj
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TUESDAY, JANUARY 1. 1S2
BARBADOS AltVOCATK
I'M.I I 111(11
Two Planes
Missing
PHOENIX. Arizona. P.
Search planes arc standing by
f..r clearing wt-athcr to take .,ff In
) persons aboard and an F 51 fighter
Plant missing over :hr Aniona-
Tcxis wai C 41 dis-
appeared in a rainstorm near here
Ust night while attempting to ap-
proach Williams Alrforce Base on
.1 flight from Hamilton A
Base, California
The single-seated F 51 was
missing on a flight from Castle Air

The pilot radioed Phoenix
at 4.15 p.m. yesterday and said it
was duo in El Paso at 5.10 pm
Williams Field, Public Inform-
ation Ofricer, said that the C47
was working the
approach control when it reported
to C.A.A. Tower there that >t plan-
ned to let down from seven thou-
sand feet and land at ''
Carrying four crewmen and 23
SsaaangJin it first radioed at
12 jm. local time and was U">t
heard from at 3.S4 p.m as it
approached to land. The C47 left
for CootIfellow Airfare
Base. San Angc-1<>. Tv\
derided around 3 p.m. that H had
to land at Williams instead. Willi-
ams Field officer aid thai UM
flight plan apparently WCI
lue to rain and fog.
Tru- Mid C4.7 had uasoline
rnuugh to keep it in air until 6.50
p.m. Mounting Standard Tine.
The weuther bureau .:ilil .i urn
torn Which had soaked much of
Arizona during the p '
days. probably would clear
enough by early afternoon to
no* aavcr) and Has plenaa
to lake off.
c.r.
Hopes For Further UAFVViaHTe
S Expansion B.W.I. Trade importance
MADKIU, U. .
LOMDOI
THE EXTENSION of the "lokcn imports Khmte i. ; ' """'"fj""
trade between the British Wet Iralie- II liTSE
htt been welcomed by West Indian ob* 11
as a Mtufact")"J step tutt '(.
ing restrictiona on trade will be relaxed still hi ther 'hat U. *<*"
1% N Am
tlevold
re. i
the West Indies trade deleft ion that visited Brit
Canada last summer (or. although the conceagioni ihade '. ."....,. ,. lo Valencia arm Palme
.tic nut a great as had been hoped for, lit.'
position has deteriuraled ; tun the 1. and
Um release of sorely-needed doUtfl to the B
increase the pressure on Britain's own lUMUai

Fears have been expressed in
the latl '*. months that tradr tar*
thl HriUsh Wr*i
Indies and Canada might collata*
i specially in view of the
Canadian agreement to buv I'ubjn
ugar.
Recompense
concessions will be a
illght recompense t. the Hilll'li
A' Indiaa for the Ion uobj ehariar Uait tbej i
RiHis Hi/7 Irv
55 Prisoners
PANafUNJOal Ran
Cotnmuin-. |
..ptuied Allu-i .imIi i


ol Uui Canadian market re- , y,
e*iled h* Canadian purchases \
"operaUonar. M i
: :i| courtesy calls on
ivil officials, the flring
r
I ba necessary if it Wfl
> -I ,
Spanish baats to esti-
creta and significant charactar.
\ *
\<\ v Officer* a-*
get a rlrsl-hand look
, .. details such
...
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"op-

Hgkg
riled OTIC

It*
i r
The
ught liava tyld ms they were gon.) 'o bjiW an A bimb p'ant ooDOStti
they I.** me buy my own house
bolor-
C.yvlwl Injund
SEAWELL
nrr\Kn hi -vn
on iam\i
lot IKIMSAII
Tobacco Road, South
Kensington
EtaaataHatilaatag
VUv Pour
... i..
naaaai
.. imrtlt1 M numthiD
nal volume af trade ** of arar da
i. itii tha Unlisli West Indies, tt pRBHB
, i becauat UN rterlia, ropei
Ui restrictions
mpossible for the Caribbean Colo- and fttnch dlploaBBl
inv !o hii> Bl BJiuch ;i it '
Canada.

i '
f Vaus Hall CaWBl
njui i'
bout l"3n a.m.
pan heM locam- while rUn| '
Hy Mr.rrlr* Bugler. M.l.
FiIvskI Kaviinaah,
si.hU Alklni. Hor.~
.in. id ^t." -" i
W Ho.. J-lU.lli>P M
If llKiri>.H <.UA.\A:
I Kr.n Hr
. Mil) llul.Mn*""
. Ir.ml. HutlMltVXV
i., vi vr/i 11 >
Paul KnuMvn. KdMiw* C'*if. UMjN>
nowaixf. i eien-"
Ki-hiwldrr. ."rudfWir MounM,
.....r... Hugo
J..iw bixirda. blfot hriii-.i.-
Vooflre-. Jrnins Wowlnw Jam- W.rd-
. i -
.-.,.1,1, >
I ... (,USAD
AtiIi- Union. UcMj WaUon
ujajvau n i vtaTaaDAi
! lf.i.)J*4
M. ii.ifttikiiiM>i>. h baaai v arniiaiM.
M Puitvlmw. H Hrd-li*. K Hrsrt
..tw. I Mabib. C Cn. P iionr. R
Slon* G Mfihuim. It BrmitHn. 1
, ,k, ? n i M H
<>\ IKIIIAV
li,> lr.tM.l.ol
a vniHM. a d> n*. n hii.
A Widh.ii.*r. M Wwdhouw.
CacMan. L rUile
if- rmntm It.. -
Unsarrt Htdsbock. noberi w niau-
. D Kllliriliir, liiaid Itab
i-.il, rinabetl. lUbboll. Richard Paxl-
don. 1-vdm Ridurdun Pd-i..ti. Carol
Jackaon. M=m- Knclx KUtivdsv.
Coya-I Natrna>l Wafcon
AHKI\ M--B> akW.LA.
VPSTUHDAV
Trorti BT. VINCTNT:-
Johnnn- r.nrrmUtm. AlbrC B>m
r.n.1 RarroH. Jmn Cltii*idnr
OIUtMADA
Mr. Potcr Watln.K. v. ho is an
author of sensibility, wrote it.
Mr. lliiiky" Ucuumont, one ot
the hrewde->. judcea of a play,
presented It. John Olelgud. who
knows everything about the tbjea
tie, produced it, and a goodly
cast played i'. At which point I
askWhy?
There is almost nothing to be
said for INDIAN SUMMLR B<
tha t'litr-rion uitlcaa one feel*
that pessimism somelmw iu-
acrvaa re*pect and should ut laait
earn the adjective Clickhovian".
In South Kensington (which
is rapidly becoming the Tobacco
Road of t h u Knghsi, thaatn >
there is a houao with a garden
and we .1 r a presented wilh n
wli'owed mother lamenting the
glory of her former life in India
when her husband was a general.
an old spinster who corrects
proofs for I publisher, a duK-out
major recalled to the Colours.
his wife who 1-s vaguely In love
with her Slater's husband; anH
Tlnjlly the hvisband who WM "
good soldier in the war but is
now a dramatic critic who haa
to do the grind of first nights in
order to ndvlae a film company
on new plays.
The It titan
secret of two minds, but the
H'hoolinastvr's wife unlooses the
forces of tragedy by th.irging th*
girl with being in love with her
husband. From that moment
they are puppets of fate and no
longer control their i
The girl disappears for three
days, the srhoolmn-ter is dis-
missed and is suspected by the
police of murder, and the nirl's
sex-repressed aunt cruelly dr.ves
the schoolmaster's wife to lustwa.
j superb production *ih1 'here is
I'vidence thut nt lust uir JiU
youthful Mr ||n->l. baU
that wordj ;>r- almoai
portant as lighting effet
Colombe Is partoct
without being a great play, and
i vim if it proclaims the degrada-
tion of the human spirit It is
written by an adult for adtilt.-.
and we have lots of fun before
we reach the tinal profound
revelation that nothing is worth
while.
(World Copvrlght Reserved'
I.T.s.
Worst
25
Storm
} earn
If trade relations between Can-
ada and the British W.
sir tn improve steadily, it is paint*
' it iv up In the people of lilt
Tin Joji men. 2VJ w.-si tadaflj t.. bU) ..* much as
of. tin' thej van Iran Canada to make
St Mlcl .el's Intlrmuiv wnrtif.it- thai vada piiiitable to Canada.
rd to ir evoiimy of fWlialr when inni t'annrin. for its part, ^,11
U mi- l li..mi \i-ittxi Iha In- !<[iiik proflta t<> Iha West Indies
I -. .
theatre rnc Band wag Cai>1 W.I. "ill i'rc.s
C e i itaoo
Thue Is still some way to go
The Band |.l..y.v( a VBTtatJ <) Imwivir. baton the full balance
Men ir.thni.,1 in,ri> ixipii- ,,f trade is rentored It is e*i--t
lar jaw in' Ttaa B^aaRtaa a***" .1 lliat West Indian Interests will
. nPP3 and showed great p- contJtnkl ti> press lor u progresMve
: Mi Mi l> s.rin. .i ..< the iistiii lions im-
k hui. hw.irricii i.| Si Mi.l..ic! .1 ."-I <-\ the United Kingdom on
; ttemkHl Hie function inlil C..na-
iiian ninnufacturers are allowed to
At . ipalj West Indian requirements
1 from in gn extent fully comrri' 01
St Mi. >il I Old Q |tb the iM-nrflls whldl Ihf We-!
tion. St 1'atink's Roman Catholic Indies receive in Canadian mar-
1 1.1. Street Boy^' Sell.
and ni' 10hers rf the Sevc-nt'i Hi'
Adven* ' Chinch
labb
IB 1 not it h-
'
d lamp
igad .
KiMV{'.?iss?ti*ii**illl*iilli
I
hi
QreetinsJ
Horror
1.hi iiu.iu 1 gteai H
of a decent man momentarUj
experiencing lhe allractioi
June for late ScpU'mucr.
LONDON, Dec. 31
nli ne-i ggcaard winds abatl -K
..iid the .in miniatr] othav Daataaro-
of logturts forecasting '11 o 1 m a 1"
aud year-end weather in Urn.
C.in.id.i'
irllei
eltion was tummod
raai ba Mi c d.
"an Trade
nnoumnl
ti.
Murtel pavlow is cnchannngly 011 the continent tartaid rackon-
17. As the wife Catherine Laeagi tnfl I toll of the wurst fpui-da>
1. I'm Hi nt until the author gives Atlantic storm in pint quarter if
her nothing but misery. When 1 cemtUTJ At leaal a dogatn sea,- KANSAS CITY. M
will dramatists learn thai once a going Ihlpt (YcUhtan Includlnc u
character i, doomed to one emo- the Ajnartcan living aOaWprlaa
tlon from which there 11 no es- were lost wracked 01 .senousls
Omt 250 Victim!
rointing on
Of Fire S,-.-k Refuge JSfSi, ST
Men
Howe, the Canadian Tradi Mhv
.ban he
Ihm vf.n ..green
7V00O 'on- of Cuban sugai
Pointing "nt thnt Canad.
I l)v. .'
Mor.
of tlr
storev

cape that character ceases lo be damaged. Liners such as Queen |hf p,.rtoni h(rr ,,, nlK|lt .
""W.ayre daya laty aa*daeacaa t ^ in v, ,h f||1.|U( (ir ,(Mlh nblga
dramatically effect!'
Bentrtx Lehmann. who is be- coastal fishing vessels were loM OT
coming the Boris KarlofT of our neached on Ihe shoals of the llu-ky
theatre, turned on the horror CotuU often with the lOH Of small
and even hinted at perversion. A coniplemeott Aahori
bad, bad, woman. Waller Ti a- injured bi a luiiwlinl-iniav |lua a
gala WWeh toppi.nl chimneys and
flying debris. Coastal and port
ijlh ths H---1 O
to-day.
Dr. Ds.
tm
a
....... Maulc
On aUNPAY
h'rarn Trinidad :-
W Spruce. P 0-HBi-il. 1 -
\| Slurl. I. SaiiMM, A
\r Collier. C Co.r.
c; OaUsr, cj namUbm, .1 1
Hamilton. A I'aim. M lliinu
AdBRM. H Ciuv. A Bourne. H. T-.
F BMh*l. J rw.h.t. Hon. 11
Bui wa muti
i Twice
Looks "vi tha
toe thing vnu
minion racket.
L K Hill
. M
, J D*. Canllo. J D> Canllo C
iKttr C (iri-.-if C liiaekmaii E
i*. O OlDb*. S C'll'ln M <" *"'
Linda Dowdina-
Fiem VENKEI
K
i

Antonlcta '
haaaaad, lUim-i shcpp-io
li >ta. I Vinnaiu Coaitanio. Anlla Querrs. Joaiaa
Iiqukwdo. l.ui- Psul
I'liMim.. r B.WIA
iiartao..v
Pm MAnnMyi "
\.i-*l lllacK
I'or PUERTO n
Or. Fi*derleli Boyre. Ha/.l B-.-r-.
.rl Il..'*rn. Hol*rl Rlauvflt. Joarpn
ii ,-.,,.':. Bniii i 0 aw. Leeae -' Beai
iltrnitr- Bulli Brai. OXs> l'lntit> .
i r ajrnot t
Asn*. Mayan
ON Sl'NDAV
lor ST. LUCIA -
Chirr Pairailna. Itrlrn Parfcm-nr..
M..r l'aikni-,11. Cnarlaa Vio.rrll. lOMM
VUolali. Halam Maailah. Oeorsr Ht<-(i-
ni4v Marlori* Dmrncr. Cameron Coul-
ihrujt. Cattierliw KaugaJ. Edrd VI-
te, llaiiib Youawf. Chsriet Clarke.
Jnnn Parklnuin.
I..r TK1NIDAD
Wllliairi Somrivillf, Audrr* S-im#r.
wlh. Jark MMWi. Jana M)
\ rata. t^iuwlea
-. -- Km*. Hala.l Vrlaaquri.
ON SATURDAY
Vm TRINIOAD
Vatia Orlrrlth. Orarr Cr.i"
J.>rdsn. Btveila JiMdan. Ma.lrr l*o Jor-
eSa, Ma.tri l*fii>... Jordan Fr.ol
li.tiOn. Bdwin Donovan, William Alkin*.
William Alfcm W*nd> Alklnt. Cho.lo
plier Alkln.. Pat Fsan Manrren Rlan
tun Mclntvrr. Bita Mrlntvre. M.lvM,
Vctnlrrr.
; not farirt li..
in the

'-it wi ft a bad-
1 i :i-ps this i-
symbol..; i Maybe it means (he
rise of Am. I wouldn't know
At any rate, the dran.
laft a in*' iiiih. perforniaiuf be-
fore the baft net In order to met
hil .''. -ui-1.iw, and itM in
hi- i i i "' ' '
atlnkeroo. bu: I < o.hcr critics
Said It Brtal COlo^^nl. So ha BT**
flredwhich i -. t*a
to critics ncv.
post of duty.
What a poor c mature thai
fellow was. He hadn't enough
gump ion to be in love cither
with his wife or her sister, ur *o
get down to some honest work
instead of goin*: to plays. It is
W> the credit of Mr. Robert
Flemyng that he played the irnrt
.i^ though It bored him as mucn
as us.
I like Jane Baxter in anything,
and Betty Ann Da vie*, is easy on
the eyes but 1 give solemn warn-
ing that If the theatre does not
shake off this plague of "What's
the use?" ploys even the audience
m.iy walk out before the last net
Grim, Clever
On the previous night at the
Duke of Yorka we had a grim
but cleverly written play, Till
DAY'S MISCHIEF. In which Lea>
ley Storm conduct-' u* on tin.?
of the dark spaces In the human
mind.
It opens brilliantly with Iati
Hunter a9 a schoolmaster in his
home coaching m 17-vear-old ill"'
for her latin Exam. Not a word
is said nor even glances e-
changed but It Is clearly con-
veyed to us that the girl and the
gerald as the father of the girl
gave on arresting study
ne*,*|>aper crime reporter faced
with reality In his own life.
This Is very nearly a first class
play, but Miss Storm will do even
better when she lets her charac-
ters go free iislcad of holding
them on the rein.
Hit* i
burni 11 tha blaze si. werehoa-
I Firemen estimated II .
II OBll 2ft.nO0 The the -' "
bfoi ui tt. th.- it.ill and bath-
auUeta "otMde inn', en-
ompnssed 0) ih.- Hnli*h prater.
mtlal tariff aystem. tie declared:
s victirrj ,n j^g^x years, the dim-ul''.
",'!",',' *< hjveeiic.Hinteie.1 in the ilrillsi.
ml l.ill- I We|jl idiCT have been cxti-m.
.ind have been remedied only In
, ,, i.v the recent relaxation* ol
import contniii affectad inert, n
is mitural therefore, that there
been a growing mlere*t m
Cuban market on the part ol C
initial la tio
high*
the c
were
nid railw .
halted by wasbaxJ
smashed "ami room, otncials said, but they
* trafk "lung *B*ffs*d no cause for tha Man
The Pessimist
L4i8i TlinM' Qtee*
lUtngvrotiH Cargo
Si
va, at the
time, retained their traditiun-
i deatra i" In.....h the Brm-h
..... t'. tha lulled extent
,. 3mi
-BIT.
AT THE CLOSE o1 (inoihoi
Yaat we look back wilh
qraliludo lo th suppoil
and i-o-oparalion ol those
wa have had the pleas-
ure ol solving thiouqh-
out 1951 and lake this
opportunity ol express-
ing out sincere "'hanks'
and oxtend Bet Wishes
lor .
A Prosperous 1952
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imihiiim. E8TATBS
Ill.tlllM. OMI'.t.\i
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1.1II.
i..l.' Si'-
I .." II,. ..u.... .,..../../... utrll "
that human being* f \^/ JJ\*
"bonf fr'" IhC d*'V I "''//", '" flalaTr li'*' V w'"*
' ------- I from blmxi imimi itiv*
Iteeently while Ihv log Huck-
tinckened outside there ./as ra-
diance In the New Thcati -
where Jean Anou.lh and 1* BI
Brook almost duplicated .1
Km* Round the Moon aXCM
Itk (^HOMBI
Thu lucka-age play 0 a
famous I'arifilenne actress
her two 1 hi., is brilliant, si
kiting 'uctacular and unsalisfj
Ing.
Anouilh. the hater of happ;iM>
and the d,-i',,'i''1
wi b .1 burst
women are femali
rciTunds ui
atari to decompose from the day
that they are born
Both statements are equally
surd, but the author must be
allowed his Parisian uaailiiilgffl
At any rate what do we care
as long as Yvonne Arnaud i
dominating the scene with a
flambuoyancy ond grex-d thnt are
as amusing as they are cruel.
Then there Is a delightful per-
formance by Jaycf Redman cs
the flower girl who married for
love but found it too dull and
progressed from the retail to the
wholesale. It In the best thing
that thl litUe actress hag mm
done.
For Adull
; 1-.- brilliant wen
(tough is the rnnoand a I
no poaaessively that he kill* his
own romance and a young actor.
John Slratton. whose portrayal
of an attractive weakling wa
Sa 1 T. in 1
1 arrived la n..it...i.s uu

1
. 1 .1 eai an Bba ailed froni
mool toUeMnsj Bt Glasgow
an s ui 1
t:m Arinoi.i
l.i
Than tre ^till three cases to be
tru-d -l ihi Sl'.-.nig ' the ('Hi"
f Qrand Hagalnri one is the Bur-
ton Spring. 1 BMJfdai .is.- in which
1. of st Lucy -h-nifi
... 1 tlienrndei of 23-month- I*. The ottaar two eaflaa are Rex Tha aSunieflil
versu- l'. rl 1 nd Rex vor- port unl Wi Ini when she
.us Uonel Best. Tie Pearl It BCtl n-|li 1* .. fm Truiidiid. Mf'
1 1 .. .1 Beai oaaa wlU ba triad r ira the con-
Wentieaday. __________ sign-' _____________^^^^__
% m ti a aaaaa
f/i.-
1111/111
lniponilelolhebloudmsy
ache* and pains, stiff an*)
bolls, pimples .unl corai
(la.fc.i- Blood Mul"
Ic
UW blood, cleanses the - -
la restoring good health.
iu^ rheu
painful l .,1.1.
thin il.aonlers.
helps i" purify
and astlsta
Qreetings!
master are in love though the.
have never even each other. night. ^'
Left to itself the affair woulH But peter Brook steal- the hon-
never have gone beyond a hidden ours from the actors. This

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IIXKBWMIS ADVOCATE
II lsl> \> I \\l \IC\ I
ittKBADOSff^ADVOMTE
"MunsUuv Vincent99! The
Film And His IC< al Life*
Timlay, isi hin IM
IIOMIU TROUBLE
I the Barbados
Oh wnh

I .. Industries Hill
deserve study.
The puif e of l'i lee Hills
throughout the Bnli-sh Caribbean is to
lustnes.
Mt I ruites can attract capital
-..
perfectly reasonable therefore Hurt the
islands nf the West Indies should
vour to attract I
ions.
But good Intention! in this CAM do not
have been enough* buj
.'. t 11. i
i very simple affair. Quite
i ultii i arising within
m other West
do not set-in to bera
the eoneeaaiora?, ine poamon with regard to
ipparenUy
the ravaraa oi what was intended.
The complication arises out of the double
taxation arrangement* between the West
| United Kingdom. These
arrangements became effective on I Janu-
intended to stop the
inequable conditions which existed until
that date, under which individuals or com*
Income in the United King-
dom and tlif West Indies were liable to
pay full n both the West
and the United Kingdom. Under
i enl double taxation
the United King-
(loin pays tlir lull British Income Tax
assessment on its proiits at home and in
the West Indies but receives .1 refund from
tan Income Tax authortttee of that
portion of Its tax paid by its company oper-
ating in the West Indies.
This arrangement was necessary and
well intentioned but Pioneer Industries
the Wast Indies si-i in to be con*
aulhrii I i>\ it:. im iiii.i-
srhaps easy to understand why the
difficulty was not foreseen The uii.-in.t-
ton of the Idea of Ploneei [ndu u L< 1
were thinking before the introduction of
double taxation arrangements T li < 1 r
pu at once and when
to have
local governments of what would
were, subeldia
1 1 in the United Kuigd
the v. oncurrently.
.(.-suit Cbantbari ol Commerce in
Indies and the, Regional Rcono*
mic Committee are compelled to i 1
a question which certainly ought to have
red before Pioneer industries
Legislation was 1 n.ictnl.
That question in its simplest terms
to be whether so far as the United
Kingdom investor is concerned, the Unit* il
m will not benefit at the expense
oi the Weal Indian governments, as a result
of pioneer industry legislation ? Because
if the West Indian governments du not tax
pioneer industries tor a live veai peril 1
ted Kingdom Government must in
accordance with double taxation arrange-
ments tax a Barbadian company, if its
head office is in the United Kingdom on it:;
The concessions which the West
Indian government! make will in that
event Increase the liability of the company
to pay the higher rate of British income
tax on all its proiits with no refund from
the Wesl Indies. In such an event not
uld the West Indies lose a source
nf revenue but the United Kingdom would
gain nioti' revenue ss the result ol a bill
intended to encourage West Indian indus-
1 h
It is unlikely that British investors will
the Weal li;.: 1
difficulties arising from double taxation
noved Whether the
removal of these difliculties would solve
all the problems is by no means clear
B other obstacles to the export ol
ipitid from the United Kingdom
which might ca .
But the action of Chambers of Com-
i the li- loi il !
nai brought tin- matter to public
attention and no doubt it will be treated
with the urgency which it deserves.
With reu.ird lo American and Canadian
-; t II
under
Pioneer Industries i.
.
nee the indusUlee i".
which they have Invested have passed the
of a pioneer industry they
to enjoy tin- privileges of the
Ptoneet Industries BilL
also beneiit by the Income tax legislation
Kla by which there is im tax on
The position with regard to la
Indian investors, who now have money

Kingdom and other pal

One method of attracting capital in m k
industries is to induce local CS|
invested overseas to return.
Judging by the reliance that
1 stors local
: 1 Lin thi "
eer Industrii B
The whole subject reoju
mnicliete study.
A' " the Urn,


\in In I. 1
't IS the
' N of his
II will lc interesting, hot 1

urh undoubtedly
Id Mm t.i thi, im
UWBl waa burn in Dea
(Land**) in Hm
1 reai IM1 <-f post
...I' V I.II 'Al-! |
I shep-
!hat time (con
'i-nublfd reign 1
of England) Fran-*-


1 11 heard wi.
I
to MOd him I
wheel .it Das
the C errant ol
is (a religion
- Francis of Assist.)
.1 .1 very *xt student and
in 1600.
.ill aw
CM
(South-
tmtt of l'i
i yeuasj senUi
invtted htm t.i h I
1 i'i sjhos i land. Vin-
cent whi did nut shun adventur".
1 illuub/ and U '
trip, Lltue thlnk-
thetr ship weuld be
idors efhe
.aid sold
hi Tunis M was bought i\
tfhO '.LUllllI llltll
including medi-
Im Bub "< will tiiini ai
1.1 i!i- hfc when lead"
of Knugvmcnt'g
Late) be wan sold again
i Turn* whom he
.vilh whom he
till I1a FnUWe, having made
i :i Re im Ha eanw
i ere he tiled deern
...'..
the position ol private
children, m wet tiii that, who
'! BOSpH t'> the
who lived | M". : I
ted, both
phitu 1II3 Thl
SO hiiTi to leave
l thl stage of bia life
thai the Bbn begitis. \
iriing In the dewcrted
.. b u Meee in
n bahlnd Ihe ihutten
where '.< inh.djlt.inl> arc hiding
1. ,1 ol UM plague
in.tnin are hio
belp vin-
,11,: with Indiana-
tries to
In the little town.
*. oti- >! .1 poor iiith
Bui up ertlh
. He |KTu*dn a
ttrufT disabled soldier lo bflp him
the co tin and bury the
I
met in the town."
i HUe i.i'. ihe sU ....."-
latlun, until then hoatue, become
1 u Anotl n
ihe hap-

de Rougemoni when Vincent, in
temper.
1. wounds, while The
Manllai.
-

*
'
Dombes. and BOI
1 ihe llbn) lhat
1.ml ihf fmindationa of
I
Chat :)

Mr Vincenl I
don '>f i" ll tor the

her husbiinri h-\
In give tin .1 .. 1 te to their
rhilnren's firmer tu'.'ir. oti whl< 'i
'
work and to eat!
Ihe mag-
1ur' 1.1 lb* 1
tvenl "f ahe wih April IS3
was founded the (' ipeanle des
I '
to an At; t Do
by the de Qendl At tl
f the picture 1.' 1
shins and
tying What a rtrani
he is given thousand-
i,iid acres of land und he wants
[he Act of Dona-
tion" VIlK.r.t


1 ..' me
1 rdlnal de R 1 I
(0 Louis XIII Who tells him that
a 1 . pointed '.,,.,-, ,i
Oaplmn of the C'tlleys: It Is a
md when Vmeent
MtltaUna. Rleheueu ieiu
hue "Prence and myself, we need
: 1. 1 at ..-.wl.. to dwell
upon tb<
UUJ the COnviCtt -.unYring* but It
to know that St.
11 under tut hu
. .!. Ml) all the
i 1 .nd bulks of France and
that be nevei f.o'iJ to vitit them
regularly,
... nOl enough to
sbUsq ths launenss love Ihe
1 hit fellow-man
and that is why we find him later
In a lown, sharing the sordid
room of a tubercular WOO UUStS
r the poor.
i.'t aleep, they light, they
are bungry> the) eetejh, Ihey are
mi. rarybod) bunt then ."
Tali 1- eoougB <., make VTncent'i
. .
work ..train attSbHthtrl
U an M Bttons. Ladies.
. 1
vents. country women get
togntnei to belp fte lest favoured
1 thus bt rrealos the
order of the Sister> of
,.n the Found-
ling Association In point of fact,
It has been proved lhat the "grand
ladies" were not as hostile as
1 1 gai to lie m the lilfi :ind
dough Vincent declares "I'll
uevei mm sed be realb sw -
ceeds beeuUfuUy 111 unlUng de
the p"'i uuoush iheir
\..nk Nuvtreheltei lhat oea
' '
Vin.eiit brlnjn little
1,-iis one of the women who nut-
gesls thai possibly a cMM M IUJ
i., not meanl to Uv.....When <;!
wants lomeixKiy in iiu> to redeem
hit only

hospitals and the painful aeenes
that a e shewn are the exact re-
production of what hm |
.1 time when hygiene and even
.
must krep
V.* at that time, plague
..,:, 1 tht 1 In '
Meant ol London look
1655 and Vincent died In lMOi
It is easy tu realise the repulsion
1. ':is, da M.ini. M m '' have
felt on witnessing those terrible
seen**, but there again, the real
iintj u ihh BAtHe 'hi- sas i
ant de PauV f'
iiading her to 1
her will, waited a long time be-
sutb bed bet n take
p aStblUUSs an he wanted
irr thai iihe could bca-
tbo 'tram As a matter of Cact.
1 naver farced snybetfy '> do
methlm rstuctantly and used
, it evertUilnf at the proper
t me. bin once he had derided
g, hv nevvr stopped until
i< was flnuh?d. Even towards the
whin he eoulel
vau owtauj to the I""'
1 f his l"g>. this indS"
men supervieeel rhe or-
ganisation., he had set up lli>
a UKlIng .ill 'i\,
h.- world in Madagascar. Italy.
p. ..v S, .K
k|i in touch with the hospital,
and peasants' organisations, th 1
; Charily, the FouPdunj
Uong J"<1 preached regu-
V.rly
It would be wrong to think
Charity consisted of kiv-
Ipa clothing or money |o
-I to do so when
rare destitute but he aimed
nt something far higher; he ap-
pealed to human dignity, tried to
give BMgn some work to do and
c>>uld not bear laziness Before
the Poor Law Administration wi
BSt up. h,. had created Social help
and may bp considered I th
InitlaUir of Social Welfare. H"
was sumamed "a revolutinnar-
refonner" but his spirit el revo-
lution was based on love and no
on bobs, Ha was a woincrlu
organiser and in his simple way
peSSaDl treads slowlv the
ground and rarely runt, he ri-
c it p,i!iciitly, good iiaturedly with-
out hustling,o*>ybody. He wen
into every deUnl of the things h'
. ttatauVaSd. I' ""1 th il be
ChOSS seen the shape of tht- cor-
rtot of the Sitiers f Charity
wlh bowii UiHigh.ng the air. and
ittj napiang ut the sides
At the *nd of the film. In Ml
wonderful hun iUt>, while he 1
talking to Ihe elderly queen wh
.tlxiiit hei luxurious anr1
1 tverthVesi empt) life, he re-
marks "I have done nothlnv '
Later that day.- knowing that death
Is approaching, he sends for th.-
youngest and the humblest Sist"
nd Klves her Ihe final messar
which hai come to us: 'The po>..
,ue terrible and very exactlni :
they iire our masters; you mu-:
1 Ivo Ihem your love with a smih-
.....It is only thus that they wl 1
forgive you the bread you atv .
them"
Such a full lite needs no coni-
rnanl but we.must be grateful l'i
Pier,a Prftnaj who has evoke,
perfectly the simplicity of Mi
Vincent, even his charming pro-
vin i.il accent an>l who has under-
^t o.l so perfctly one of th.
reatesl men who has ever hclpcn
humanity.
World Cotton Crops
Declining
World cotton crops are not expected to ful-
fil optimistic estimates earlier in the season,
according to the Financial Times recently.
Apart from the U.S. crop which has proved
a disappointment, first reports in other pro-
ducing areas of the wor. have so far been
unconfirmed. In Egypt indications of a two-
million bale crop have declined, until the
probable turn out is now little more than)
one and a half million bales, while smaller
growths are anticipated from India, Brazil.
Turkey and Syria. Nor is the Sudan crop
likely to be much more than half the record
figure of 430,000 bales last season.
In July world stock* were estimated at
II million bales. The Financial Times;
forecasts production in the twelve months
followinj; is likely to be less than :i2 million
hales.
Disturbances in the Middle East are hav-
ing their effect upor shipments of raw cot-
ton from Egypt. In the lirst three months
<>f the current season, exports at 106,798 bales
are little more than half the quantity sent
abroad during the same period in the previ-
OtH season.
It is believed that the maximum amount
>f cotton available for shipment from the
U.S. this season is unlikely to exceed 6 mil-
lion bales. Latest Washington trade advices
'ay that the reaction in cotton prices fol-
owing the final crop report and the reduced
role of E.C.A. in financing cotton exports
las made for less active support for restor-
ing export lieences.
An editorial in the same paper on the
cotton position in Britain notes modest dis-
tribution of dividends this year and suggests
that th. cotton industry is probably building
tip its reserves^mindful of its experiences
In the 'thirties.
"Cotton cloth manufacturers are beginning
to feel the effects of the decline in retail
sales all over the world after the post-Korean
buying spree," says the Financial Times.
It added that overseas trade returns havt
probably not yet fully reflected the lull In
foreign buying, although exports of cotton
piece goods fell from 246 million square
yards in the second quarter to 214 million
yards in the third quarter of this year, while
Japanese competition is again making itself
felt.
A Prosperous New Yearf
TO ALL
Advocate Stationery
>(.ii/. Im flea kmimttdt* "'"' ""
your llurilii'tn n'tiiiirfnifiil* fur ttf t'omtntf
ytiir ore ublainuhii- al PHvlu-r'*. wkf tin-
fronomy anil riiluv nf your rivrv SHBrYMe** <'*
a guarnnlti- 0/ autitfacliun.
May ire look fonruril. /h.'. lo
teeing you in the \/,'W )/,'. I A* ut
C. S. PITCHER & CO.
Phono 1472
"I'm HUrt, 1 fin Ihfsc
lo Da (Ma'S lor Mill
1 lu lake Ilium !"
A Visitor In New Yeirk
Dreaming Of A While Xma*
:.! W YORK, Dee. 23.
I IIAVK -".-. snow, and if all
Uom come true, in Uie
rie\t two days I'll be seelne i
Whit. Xmas. it win be dream
come iroe. 1^>iik before the u lunt-
BUlg Crosby "I'm
. Wh-. \
1.,,iHti.tr- 00 every Yulettde,
and others as welt as
the snuw-ieeeied lami-
Dtrlgued me as they have
done hundred*! of other? s/h Ilka
1 only seen snow in the
: xin .s cards.
. NYw York hud its first
f.tii tor the umU'i on V7 In adaj
ITecember 1U'. I tn-tk tlu- OPPOrtUn'
;i InrOUah it bare-
1 1 atcbuuj handfuls. end
I >-njoyed It. This
. ugnt (.til what the
rlbed a*" 1 +3 min-
ute flurry which whitened street
tops but didn't last."
;..'.;-. there wee reel
did not enjoy 1!
HM in which I was trav-
leUed a mile frem my
Ited 70 min-
utes for a relief bus. Next d;t> thr
. aeemntSi

2 from
in..it failure) including a little
who used led tor the nifd
: und skilled undi-r |i;isinn
mi i" .11 !
rj main highway Ifcen my
t inp out in thi


mowed under '"1^ left |uet where
tl .
tarted

rhu mtg)
did not
'I
I I .. I I

.1 record low
I ieeember tHT6.
Where Is Harbadon?
\ (. a nights ago. I at1'
SW thr laiaichinR
ol the New York Chapter oi the

Al PHA
;
\-
1
' I
ting was
. 11..11. and there
1 gather-
I had aw
ens Press Club '>f Ann 1

Ing It was an Interesting meet-

li i of three or four each.
IU H\RNr:Y Mill Mt
,.,. time I fund myself
ih(. centre "f attracUon lor BHir
tables as 1 was trying
1 "...1
f the I idles rui

and Haiti.
tint tew bad any kms
WAad at one time 1 heard myself
.., x u li ss you know.
outward aTaeaful eurvs
between >our two Americas
Korth and Souih . Mrs. M-- you
have been to Florida, well thai
would 'x* above Ihe weet Indies
The top "' the map is North.
bottom south. i.Kid hand) I
band wel WeU, use
your right hand l< And Itarb-idos.
because If H the mosl easterly of
,dl the i rt on the
map it i* Just l"1'"-' dot nulsMe

1 recounted that experience in
d.-taii. because H H su
1, iievable to dtaoovei thai when
an aducated American hears or
ha thinks it si
Jamaica B rrnve ..is..
Included Trinidad sad hardly any.
or ths other small
Islands.
"YOU should tnll something
ahmil your Island and lr' nuwe
' ..... wonder-
lee bathing" said
ona lady, Mi U n B aaona, who
. d in travel literalurc.
"And about four rum" said
another lady ho had visiuw
Jamaica, "I heard it's better ihan
what I had In Jam
1 aolemnbj assured hei Ihel II
I ', HI I
1
uthorlt]

Ughl t') know.

rdiiinrnl llarhadians
., the Re..
bsUoi Dureni
ending b ministry in America.
which will leave a lasting meaner]
within and beyond thr range of
those With whom he came into
Hi ami the third of
1 : li.iikidlans who had
1 .-.
Wi -t Indian 1
America und whose work stand-,
out as milestones along the n I
of progress for these adoptetl Mn
and daughter-, of this great nation
The two others who PtedSQI I
him were llev. Nightengale. 1
brother of the late George Night-
engale, once of the Advocatr
Printing Worki>, and the Rov E
Hall. DU. who died only a mat-
ter of weeks ago.
A. preachers, as men of un-
.dilir.', as leaders, the
names of these men. will be re-
memln-ied for long, and with them,
the tiny Island of Barbados, which
gave Ihem birth
A fourth is still et were tl.
Rev, Iteginild Barrow, and as u
1 1 he yet has a tiemendou..
toUowIni
Such are the sentiment* and
feelings of those with whom I have
hpd the opportunity ol discussing
Barbados, and things Barbadian in
metropolis. Some ol
them left home, thirtyforty year;
ag<>, but within Ihem yet burns
lh.it tiny flame of hope that one
shall again tread that
spot 0( earth e'er which the feet
boyhood wandered.
"This is mine own. my native
\ Wedding
I attended a wedding reception
on Saturday 15. Yes. Two Barba-
rere wedded, und Barney
was there. Miss Iris Thompson, a
ra Ol lira, V. McCasktc. and
Mr, Weslej Ward, both of whom
have been resident here for a num-
ber of years were ihe happy
I'niiple and had quite an ausptcio is
send oft from Ihe gathering. Si -
served and there w
dBndng but I missed the iSHu
tlckini of ihe cake to which we
are accustomed] at home. Two
l'.v.'l> eikes uere standing on th:-
table, hut yet, according to cus-
tom, there were parcels of cake
aach departing guest,
wh.r. tht funel.eii drew lo a close.
1 think 1 prefer this to the long
wait, sometime two or thrt, weeks
thj wedding, for a tiny box
bo arrive wdh ft small piece of
i am yet to nri3 out though, if
th) seed cake to those who did
not al'enrl
their
Ml BSSfttl
01 11 in tin its *av
ri,Krulnlnlion Vaughan
campjugn
SIB 10 me the Our organisationthe largest
courteay >( ymn btghl] esteenied Trade Union ih British Guiana
veiy please.! with their elec-
1 " Cia 1 m aaked to *mcialtv
Association to the Bret i greetings and beat
member of the Rouse, sin k wlahea of M.Pc.A.
B C TELLO
rtU labour niembers. Uaasn C Senior Vice President. .
E. Talma, O. T. Allder and V. B. 2?th December 1W1. M.p.c \
Canada Finis Foreign
Exchange Control
The Minister of Finance, Mr. Dousla&
Abbott, announced in the House of Ommon*
II December 14 the abolition of foreign ex
change control In Canada. His statement
follows:
"Members of the Hotite will recall that
nen the Government introduced the For-
in Exchange Control Act in 1947. and when
.e introduced bills extending it for two yeai
eriods in 1949 and 1951. we made it cleat
hat we regarded exchange control as a re
^reliable necessity with which we would
,'ladly dispense when conditions permittee!
' us to do so.
"The present Act expires sixty days aftei
Ihe commencement of the (lrst session of Par-
liament commencing in the year 1953. During
the past year or so there has been a progres-
live relaxation of Canadian exchange restric-
tions; the travel restrictions were abolishe<
n October. 1950; the last of the import re-
strictions imposed for exchange reasons werr
:ione away with at the beginning of this year;
ind in the course of 1951 there have been u
number of quite extensive relaxations in thi
tdmir.istrative procedures followed by the
foreign Exchange Control Board under my
lirection with respect to capital movement
ind other mattets.
"At the present time exchange control bear?
eery lightly on the Canadians economy. These
A'elcome developments have naturally causer
die, as the responsible Minister, to give earn
eat consideration to the question whether thi
time was approaching when I could recom
mend to the Government that exchange con-
trol be done away with. In considering tfall
question, it has fortunately not been neces-
sary for me to make any forecasts regarding
the tranquility or roughness of the waters
which lie ahead; my task has been the more
limited one of trying to decide whether there
is sufficient likelihood that we shall wish to
make use of foreign exchange restrictions U.
deal with whatever problems do in fact arise
m the future to justify the continued reten-
tion of the powers contained in the Foreign
Rxehange Control Act and the administrative
apparatus necessary to carry out its pro-
visions.
"The conclusion I have come to is that we
would be better advised not to rely on ex-
change restrictions, but rather on the general
handling of our domestic economic situation
to keep us in reasonable balance with the
outside world and to maintain the Canadian
Hollar over the yeais at an appropriate rela-
tionship with foreign currencies. This view
has been shared by my colleagues and the
Oovanunent has to-day amended Ihe foreign
exchange control regulations so as to exempt
all classes ol transaction covered therein
from permit requirements I shall lay on
the table of the House a copy of the Order in
Council by which this has been done. Its
general effect is that foreign exchange con-
trol has been abolished in Canada.
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in glorious relours
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prr yd.
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M ESDA1 IANUABV I, 19J2
First Tourist Ship
Due On January 9
liAHB.UM>s ADVOCATE
Judges Dismiss
Fhratatening < use
PACE HVK
THE H.OOO-ton Cunarci Whit,-
Dulles Propounds
New Theory To
Appeal Mr. ii a
. A .' .-. H
stsu Liner taroma llii' ml
Urn low m Hup of the season, will be paving her first visit *"* ' Foi.cc Masistia c Mr, .f~^l i; -f^l
i. Wi-dnesdav. January H. with Amen- ",'V ' '"""il j ew I ,|l|{*|<(' I t 111111111 11 I tax I 1 1
ear, tourist. She ,s consigned to Messrs Hansche.l Larsen iTn^t'^Jr^, Vj" '-C,V ^" ' ' ' IhI1
"QUEEN MARY
SAILS AITER
DELA Y
i CaronJa'g visit will open
Boyce Chan.
series of seven calls hBi threatened io kill her and

luring ^'
21.
liariov. appear^
\M \S MAIL
GREATEST EVEB
ABOARD Ql'EEN MARY.
Dec. 31
Churchill
hi* No. 10 Downing M
(By STEWART HENSLKV. aMWSSJS
VXASHINC.TON III. 31, f.M the inipu taut .
There are indications that the United States, within the Truh; n. Thr Qavrm Mar,
next veal, may be forced to change to some extern lactlCI "' ' m CMT
i to contain Communist expansion in Europe and
the Far East.
The number of influential figures in both Republican
and Democratic parties are becominc convinced that the
present policy of bolstering defences of everv nation around
the Soviet periphery can lead to the eventual bankruptcy
of the U.S. Government
ttng the Caronla will be the Empre-.. of Scot- i
land ..n February 7 and the last call from a tourist ship Stout*.
year will be on April 5 r Bo, live, about 20 yard, from
Th- ^.____,_____... t Stoule. Tne ease tor Stoute was
rutsa and Barbados will be her die was at home Mat hei rep'l-
w ."?!.."' T" J" V""M "" -" "*" "< I" uncle 7hen
TLZ . i ,or "?, ""' "mc '" "' """ oalllna to
19.10 l,u! did not call at Barbados, tier. -Come out KiUv Stoute I
T.xi drivers, curio seller, and am loin* to kill you dead and
,.i i,r .,:,', hundred fruit vendors are eamrlx lookinn bun. Jour houat down hecausr They are beainnin. as c
December and S^t. Cu" "" "ave al- man. n. ,at,- pollej of craSlnl L'. 1?N. I IMSOIH'.'S
lore'"V benun to pNVara I . .,..... 1 IP""" I
the colons, the I^ruStei told m i' "''"a l>UaI'md"oi I to earr, '\I.., !,. C |
ate yesterdav^ ""' be "vm- """ "* '"- "">"' -""....." ' *" "' "'" '.eltlllSl l><* riVCM
The at ond "ahine up" the day or so btfON "im wit* le I knuckles tut lh~ ne" * "* Soviet UnUn in U
all nutttar bandatd ""' tU''* unch<'r" m Brldaetown. ease was diMr event of a Cotnnumlst rnovo I
durlni >, |. saw rrutt trays are always well stork- The three of Ham l.*ed out ""i.'"", ,
was possibly theareatest ever "' wh"n 'oun.t. ships .rrive **m InaJ h. :ird the call, and .... !,"' ''""' Proponent the
"The poatmi of *i>- III store f.., the .....i, ka.....', ,' '.'. fJSE '" u '"
I : ml co-worker, of the I b] I arhlls UM ih, .,2 ,,;.. "'t?"''1"'""-
doubtinily th. .,i| Barbados Publlcl v Commit!, c Japaneae
"lie and_ it was found necessary
Th.- Church,ll-Truman talks
ill not be able to start ur,t paurt
nk-eiut in contrast with orl|l*
nal plans to slart on Friday.
.s 11 .x t CHKSO \
fastest shipth-
in -, XI,is ,| | f the im.
.
. in in,rt
i irnpton ..ll
. nushap a kink in .,
I ind Chin
ll.'i. II,,- ni.sl .[.
at a marj
I'- I" ! Sell '
II'
ASTHMA
Sam to ease the strain in 30 seconds!
\Y/M1M dtoUiig Aiihma m*-. yvm
W PT fr.. .
I the mouth tmtct the
ittt n-icUj aad rfftv ti vtly Remem-
m. k to thfc urmn on tbr T*tcm which
i uIm btftgcti danger imcn
I
1 '* ith to sub- Tourist Record-,
Vau" 8,V* .,Bbto. need, An
MUM* nd pUS VacilU !SdtWry "* 'nhep.M. r
alu.
.t .-''|ltsl
report In-
ot hi. id .'ii
row vorx d< ii
..[ s .
' .
in.-.' nurd s.i.iiil'I !,,,. icnr.il
of I'ntnmutih' ...
ILK. Pajra 1'irst
I il-tiiln i .i!
Horn ii> |
OBd llUHHl inMalrtuti
the
a lo flnd out " what grounds the leal hturs whn hsv. xii# Kon-.i 1,1 his spevs-h Acheson
-i .1 P"11" """'"rate had dbsmlaaH I" .' ,' ", I s de enee !*" "Th "* ,n Kor~ ' '"
and posting fjclll- m a hallel, , P.' ,J 'l'l;- ..... iiinanl Practical Poliev ""'' ""' ""'" "'" ""' "eld
IM the Genera Post Ofllce. ISulif Ihl isi^u J *" n.,11 r. nUl..... knd e I'n*. the terms of ll- |.
the siablishment of ''""'J'^'our'si business, bui . ,,,..,....., \h, i" J gjj* "' a recent apaoeh. shaU .,,,'h,
KJS CS S Ahhough the month. , Septcm- rTaSkS ". >'< Sj SSSTi? K
Uhaov) as usual It was a tourist reason, ve- the Advoeai, of T2i fUS,. ey|,!c,,ce and more upon the deterrent of central responsibility of mabi- "car
gruelling time for .1! rank, of was sble to get from the Crr"cv rli*' that curishm, power' training peac?...... ., ,, .... i" ,
tbe staff. required Control Officer veitrrdav tir ., I'lxrrepancies, ,!," 5' H! ,h0*f *'l"> ""-'' L'mted State", "the one ur, n ,,
to wo, .. ,. ,,uwlnK !h ', ,,,;':""''' If there hart l.cn .liserepannes u, . hat the present posit,.,, of.,.i.Blh foi thga* Bl las
until II ,. while a.l.i.,1 ' J.Tj-7 (~* ,"" a l "ideic. to Ik ranasti- d".....' ""' ""'"'> "' Ul""- who s .due frcxlom '
.an extn, deliveries. ..'""" *"""' """" '-"c ant. i: -ould hi...- bu."'"! "'> aid fund, to Achaaon raeerrad from Je.
had grounds for dismissing the !"?'""* "!" '"' 2 'f. m"' *" wr veteran, the U5I gold !
case because o' the bad f^lin- 'P1"" where .. BovM or Soviet medal of r
On the other hand il could ss.il "H?*"!? *.''" 7,1"1" bT, '"V."?,1" 1? """ ""' '" .....' Ctaiununlan.
be baUavi i bad tuffl. SL,1 JSTSm u ;'"'""""'; i";-'" ' uV....... fr.
r,si,l 111 aaellna ... ,..., ,|. 'nc> "nteii.l lhat it is imposal- will attain poi.v, ,, ::,,
""" u h*a to oulld up any one nation o. ,n have decisive ,'Ic,
region to the point where it the cause of i.
feral healing
ageai* wbsra di....|r the uranglios,
garni-laden .umuUnoo. in ihr
bronchial lubes, and in ihis way promotes easy, memu tsreathina.
Tb Hphasooc ireaunrnt is ... simple |.' Ninh.ns to ins-ci.
nothing Io inhale No mallei how swiftly er unrsprcsrstrf UM
anac* iumi, there Is always lune n. .Ise.k Asihmi uh liplia/oo*.
Pos rapkl relief from Asthma, lli.ii.li.ns and Urua.buil Catartb,
always kaep a supply ..| I pbH ., i.t.Uii handy I
rOB >STHMft AND BRONCHITIS TAKt
futffsMft I* !>.'! ll.n,U,,UH, .fit* I.
*. S UfDO 1 SOHI LtO .
P0 Bai W. lr,d|*towa.

"f the '
I B were
w, irk in*;
per day.
Into the nl>>><
that
out extra deliveries. ,,,,,.,...
The hgumi Mowed
'" S-.ptM.tMr, the US
1 s dollars. .6'.:' i
< O-OpenlloD ioUars and 27Mo bollvar. In
- nRM H
ted In mi.
the rate -if (tvo >'t
ni POT Ul Itampl I,, 3|, |990
the loan
ntar, -

"h< i(uli\i
HARRISON'S BROAD ST g
One of the'mott satigfaetory ?.ci'.lr.1."^hr *n,'n"" "
, .1, 85.74 i L.S. dolla
ft-,-ling
..-oii 85-7*7 U-S. dollars. 10.838 (
t th. Uri kv>i 34.876 bolivar
the public < November th. .
towards f ,. is *9.B:24 U.S. dollar
operation. Th.- !n.: dollari .in,
ord of "'ivqrei.
i-rent e en. on the eo-optraUon it n* expected ihai in the m..mh
i uhlie, -
all
nent
threaU.
'while laJLairt! '' ""M1 '-'HM res'.st ...
" Z had been ,J',I fcrl"'-! mdd b* muniSt military
n the part of thn di-smmllte.l Ueasons \dvancai
h.w. party, stout**, .,,. hurtwnd Tir ,, rtav"n
29.030 who had trouitht a case ylnR Bdvitnrr ne had been beaten with ute-i acceptann'
SO(H
,..nd.l hfUM-d-hat of December "to"Apriir'.hr^ l?SmtaSl "^ '*' hflrt ,h" "^ ?h*0'y" f
n the New Year this will r narkld ihr .m, L dWrnwed. l5m arv.
be rorthcomlnc*'. M added dollar* w^S'wrv .!-^ - .* vTh w""ps,'e <" BfOV8 |. Many
-The i briet po oOcl of The -*^ V ^ re''- the eas,- were the worn .n's re- found!v won
whleh th. , p(Bl informalion Bur.< i Ih. ,.,))(Vl hUihwiH .. bar uele bili.v o( US
-A fOl R*MdM the lOmtfa win. ,-erv defence fundi
., ibiv 'np touriM '" "T- M.-.-i-.'e ma* hare years
to relievi; ih,. pii-sMiie ..: .head- Washinp W1N
nefeiiir.L; U ,....., wbM ,t. AdvwaJ.
SHJ.L :h" visited the Eureau. nun wan
I that it should be- washing the wall* and repolimin,:
"I that people who ,he mahogany munter, whUa In
. d,8Tr.\CU a.nd. the Offlea itself, a Jot of prim
eleanlng wrs being done.
out Ccm- He sjiid
well in gams
S'itres ,lfi,: hi
fraquanii] Jhii 'ear but
inTr-.iT1K batiai ofl than
ili-terr*ni HBi During "
.':
am
na would |
llfferenn isln the
i..i
explained ii
1 Ui te i fi n rurthei calculatla i v
ilUai
;!..
i.iiiiiMa. (.\fiiiiHin fhia
itandad '
., wan .
paM raai the
M8-H
-hr"--
i ,- nut
iH'nn
Uva in ii:.- countr)
wanted to have then n.....i
'' delivered
In it dial
i before 8.IS
er hou
in- delh
The Bureau is gcttinn m
l>mg cuides with place* of Inttnil
nd lots of other literatim
SLEEPING INFANT
BURNT TO DEATH
.'Ml i ha galngd in strength
-an. moved appreeiabh to
leglslaton iv pro- areuter unity- Me nld the de-
ned over ihe capa- lenders t.f fraadom head .,
conornj to support cc*al u',r m INS Ubeaon
for several mor. noted Eum>|n' .md nrlh atlantli
i i had mown pr sgrtM rum i,
ir being election II banMth tha
POl In- s"M. politicians are .-tuning u> A. h,-,,.i thought We (..-.
worn about the reaction of Uie .""' inund in 19.M in tha Neai
general public when Ihe full E*l J"il m tha Middle East and
impact of consumer goods nhort- warned thai the Suez waterway
ages ami increaaed taxes hit nTV* Iranian oil crlm "offer
them a few months before vot- '^"igerons opportunlUei fm .-*-
No Ratlin Station
Planned
A West
pokegman
Btata i if

own radi
BONN, Dae 31.
ii, iTn.,1'. Ooverniner.
n tit i Unit
planning i......
B 'm fOI
lit .,
h.. benefit of the tOUl
. nisUMdV) itun wag tho
r I i.
tin* inQimi ii.u.ti-
ing i* seheduh-.l
3. The recenl revelalinii lh;i'.
Europi-an member rouniries of
ihe North Atlantic Treatj pi
g.ini/ation i.ie not able to main-
pcaaant rate
bs til.- Krtmlli
r.p.
Id" ,!'T! '.":v. _i,c.q.ui,^d. " Ii??" S'!l(t"lo,^ye."fuSniot Brmt'.." ""^ WP*liH
for
other t\.
i weeks .
WEDDING
BURNETT-SANDfFORD
ened the belief tha
concludcii mrIh,, , (h.f,.n,..
at D.stn.t "A yesterday after- mnMIMI1 ,,, ,hl
Eignt tourist;,-tin ....., ., iiwn 0nc ,,,,. , ,,. |)K,
ihi year, -he first being the LJoyd was burnt to deain whan terrent" policy which
C'arunia on J: nuary 9. Tho others ""' houn ..l Brllton's Hill in make It difficult to
Ihe I ,, weights of local shell to \ the .... <., ,
abating hut thlngi would nr>b- literature ,n place.
ably not become normal again
he pnn-et.
iK-oiisl Con.-
tlnal
HattvrivH Stolon
TWICE this week the PqUm
eeeived reports of batteries bein;'
^l.'len Tho l.itest ,r|rt come.
from (Jenrge Harewood ,,f tl>
ih Uaita Street Oarage, CHy, lie
' l.ro.llllMfil-
/til official of thi
formiflon oflleg mid tin' question
'' broodi .i- Ing ! Qarm ii
menta abroad prim Ipall.
Lead .,. the Berlin
.....rtworki
n ' as rnnnllma Qarm it
oed n.i % ,< ul
.,. atharafoi
IbllHlea o
hot '.t\.
STAINLESS
krrciih.y
STEEL
SINKS
SINCLF. DRAINER_____ $97.38
DOUBLE DRAINER_________11*127.18
Complele v
IMIInr Tap.
life I'luu and Chain, I r.ir
mid Suppoiiniu llrackelv.
I
Mr


i ,
Ilford, the
.
ford. Vhale
1 ''.:
1 neti and Marva
1
lued 948 reaentlhg all networks
I appro I ii I" <;>tv'inment w.t-
UM oBCtal said Th-
would ba n
i radio M Mat
i ndapandaoi not
t ir
tatad that a battery
win b. cim.n, KSi ;;""" * " '.-p'f- .auah,; ^sn5o5"S?Bna! iSSrSSTi'.TJS'K"S;
Araaastaas on Jsnuary 30. tho Ira Ii. .,, i,, 22 Dr. A. S. public Is that it rotiuilns trar.-s Prlday
Esasnaa r sroii.nd on rat uat l ''" "*o parfWaMd Iha past of iha Idas ..( -pranantlira m j0h,, 11 i>0t,.r ,.r powder n,,u,i
7. tha Brasll. Fmruirr II lla l.lh-rt.. FTbrua.y 16. tl. Klrlla '" Mortuary attributed doath to tlemncjI h, UM l's Pri quantity of rimhiim valuod 117 SS
, ,,, Polaris. February 22, hr M.sr.'- "'" bu'nl" When the hear- Ihllles. is Powerful was stolen from his homo betwee
v." St. James Surulas anla Februsry 26. ind the Einnr-s '"n Chnstiani Howavar, exisenen,-..! dipl.- 11.00 a.m or, Friday and 3 3(1 *------------
s...... af SevPand. March 14. 'Th" i-lo-.l, ^->enr-ol,t domestic ser- malic observers Iselieve that Pan., on Satuixlav. ,. f. -
Melln.i Xlst.re aisla will pav a second v,'"i: "f ltr,,,uu's Hill, mother oC strong enni^li ,.,.,,,u, ij.n,.,- JOMBBl ll,il..,ds of Chimhnrazo lll'l'llll I ,\. N'SHiol.
vl.lt on Anrl! 3. the dead child told the coiltt cles would .ve,.,.M,, Ibis fa.lor. St. Jceph re|-,,t..,l that hlaUouo, .' .,
Thi. will be the lames! ni l.-r "' 'Iran in Dtplomatir |Mrta BObM .lit LM an. ,g ; ," Oil K.....I I'Ori'MT.:
ofanaclsl cruise ships lhi,l will ise " house at BrllUnl Mill th"t , ,,, ,,,, Jfcmjl was broken and entered somelu,.
eall.n, here since the war t V.'hile rcturnm, home she heard J" ''iiona W uie! l,s I,''i'' KS~ '" > "' P. ,., Al,ls "' "
thai........I her children had been oT eonsl*"ri.le mi. ..,',i!m Sunday and 140 stolon.
lie hj mtlch n.lt.n-r.. .- in Isith
and Hepulili,
T...-M- Sinks will nol tarnish hut will retain
'lii'ir lustre lluii'linilt'ly an I mice installed
will .niil hruilttiii ss I., your kitchen for mary
vrurs to come
xS" W KDISIf IIA Kit HO A If I)
Thi* ii not mi-irly .i u.....I nibgtitutg it IS
wood i)i"'k'n down i>\ chcmlca] Ktlon and
CORIpTMtMd Into ihvaig hUdgr than the niii!-
in:il m.'trrial Available in
'-" Tblch NlieHx K and III fl. 4 fl.
J/IsT Thlrk Sheets ti, H, f, in & |] | ft.
OUB I'ltll I -r,
nexertheli'ss v
DIS4 m NT (icta
.il r.ivii PukImm
;...!
n|.etili\
dr< to i|Uiintitv ) ,tn
of i Sheets or more
H HARRISONS
BROAD ST.
TEL. 2364.
V
s
3?
V
5P
flf&Tw* Car r y Breathing
Comfort in Your Pocket!
I unit while the house a on Are.
BMianr, I .,. .. I- T It-e Jury. I.li.v,. wld that ihe K_,
uiuns Leave ror ien .. ,.,. filming on dnaa-1!
HI wy . ""It table In the room where IM Ajllmufe
aluiiM'1 rom Panama > ;-.. se5"tT.*
in the
"timolcne' Gefs A Month I'onj-eight Barbadian* win
have apent most of their lives ir
Ki'itii I'anama working .'or Ihe Pna-
lli'1 Liiiifilenc" was man tan Government, Iff!
i t" w month> im- tobal on Deieniber 13 (or home
tJa?*JS 'he Advor.^ w. informed
vi,-.' i>f Dulle'
She left the house between 6 eontlnunll^ ,t'k,il I., k- |{,i, ,n
>.< 7 a. six a.a. rijx.......I... >! II____ a_____. .. --
nd 7 p.m. on Detemlwr 22.
liean figures
Foreign RtfaUei
Ten dollar-. m eah was stolen Uatol raamanl by
from Iha home ( Louiaa Noel oi ''",l "f ,ll" .Vl*" wti tfaUavad
WestiiKifl n-f S' J,|i< i..'..... i -.. l<. n.....
5 30 .Hi.i to.ao i>m. on Sunday. hat the Korean problei
i.iiv Hniiiit .>r i"ros|(.,t si '" be * ill wHh la a
.'.imoa. reported that a rain aheep l"11 o\ ihe Oaneral '.
..ilued |I2 ynn utolen from a pet '" Springs
I
PoUeg oiiom
Dnir
aiilinR clothing Ix-lon
mund Cralgg
Hagistrate
entenced Waidr
A",
il Secretary'* Oltl.. >. |
onal
tr day.
The, rtere aboard the SS. J. \\
rr Koser. but there no cerlatnt
to ihe da| f ihalr uiival Thomas.
Making a riircet trip from CrKto- the Poll
17-YEAR LAD CHARGED
WITH ATTEMPTED
MURDER
,...",im.-v ,.n_,her ya1d helween 5.00 a.m. ...
In addition, if the Republicans ? ftnd 80 I'"1 "n Saturday
pt year's election, I..illes ,l ' her Property.
Il expected to have i
voice in Foreign Policy
-. t.ii '. s- ,:,. ,
the scenes ndvisor
I either i,< '"veatlgatlons.
nirrvlnj


also
ear Old Jonathan
Hndgedeld, St.
bean i ii-irged bv
14 dava* "?"" ",,,x* mP roni iriio- tne fouce with attempting to
lafattu ' to Bar,,*doa. the J. W. Raaers I'iio.ii'i IJ.ven-year-old Elaine
for having !'l bg here within six or ev- Callcndar bv throwing her into
OH ,: i. ,. j,,.. 'i day* but the ship was sched- *U "n Thurdi
COrnbei B The Pollei ,,U "**** Io rnll a* other port, on '' .,- -.v,,
..... I; ,.,.,. Millie.nt Boyee. mottier of !'n?.ro1
The.i._W. o,er. ls ,r;,,; -^.J^J^
The other R|m> w-i Tiu^ ,n ,k*J-.M_ he plt-ade.
BOUND OVER FOR
WOUNDING
No Quorum
breaking
u
lothlng
he
ln Lane
19
niwB fo to other rra| Hospital. She 1
the Ship calls here PJiM.ni UlMM
JnrMs Mouses a labourer of
December ****** Ha"d- St. Michael was
- by Mr. G. B. Griffith,
re Magistrate of Dl-
75. *r,rl """ ,ot three months in
ill at Bridge Held. _
'i. -I to the Gen- H ?"!! *1"'^ ** *ounat
UK
I Ulis wild
head on I"-, smbl
ht
90taUh,
fphOApBhtilf,
is our sincere wish
to you for 7952
CAVE
SHEPHERD
Si. Co., Ltd.
10-13 Broad Si
HORNIMAN'S
TEA
i.i-ginmiig se lions-
il.t wlH'lli.i Ih]
could iinisii ii.s proaani whe.iuu
i I quatUona by the Uvgi
i i 20.
It was Ihougfal moan Uketj tha
I n .nun liie wire 110 I
I in- in Januaiy Ih,
Id content Heel
ippolntlng a faet-Andln
11 tu s udy the r
in 1li<
- of Pal- |
VlCKS
Inhaler
Clears
Stuffy
Nosb...
^&
''7
&

'-A
THERE was no muling i .
Advisory Commute.- of (hi Bar-
bados (.win .: il- i! .1 m(,i, ,
was scheduled to lake place at ,
3 p.m. yesterday due to the lack
of a quorum. *i would then tf !
Members present were Dr. ll Q expected '" report io Iha
cummins, Mci1, Chairman, i *r km of Aaaembly to
I). S. (iideon. Mc'-lical Superlnti'i rl
dent and Mr R. M. Cave. April . M:,v_U.r.
HOW AIOUI -"iimiiK MA nan if you fcai
I ..i m t.in i n ihtagosmfiHt. lrf<.*r %< _
your |*Mkc( cm Ii.hiIKik lot ><>. r ultli* Vi.bs InlLilrr.
IT'S TINY-but Inadrd full ol n.Lt.lc. nose,!, n Ing rin-,li. .ii.,m.
Now. uiwaicw Ihei.ip. .i~l | ill His i >|> of Vn.> > Inhakr right into
eaa.li siufly nottiil In turn. Inhale deeply Ruin j*i. t/uui mil
.i-iiiiMHciiiklhtu.! '
JSy
i" VlCKS INHALER
^"x^X Au&*i,
Just Received
.i fresh shipment of
IT HI \ \ 4IIOWS
I If not uved but srrklnr
J Halvatlan. pleaae write for
; inn hook
Which Make. '
J GOD'S WAY OF
SALVATION
PLAIN"
H. KeberU. '... I ;*
Book A Trael Service. 30 0
Onlral A-*e., Bangar, N.I ;%
i
.1,1 I.II .- S..I,
I
AT
KNIGHTS' LTD.
33 BROAD STRF.KT
H. Jason Jones 8t Co.. Ltd.
####"% I >m / it/mi' in it it 1/
OriaTlitallt
' ONDBNim MII.K
I'OTATt.lS per II Iba
I .id in M VIENNA -<\| >\t.| >
CAIKI (111 Ell OUSPfl
I'K \H mi.I) s I Kl \.| ( K \< KUl-.
h \imi ti n \ri < hi tvi
lll \-.i.. THI IKIMI'HIy
CHi:\M < KACKt.KH in '..-lb pkt
COOK'I MEAT PACT! ier im
IVLMRR'H ->.MIl HiKN per tin
il r ll ( Mini OWI R (Whetol per tla
IM II II II I I C..... |M-r lid
IlITt II BBl'aMKLS si-hoi is (Large) per tin
HUN/ ( i nit, nmiii k ir >a*Ua
Urek
> :i
tie.
3gc.
69r.
37r.
73c.
12*
iii.ii/. t Hni I'irniir.K par oiiw <*e
CANADIAN I'ltll' \Hlli Ml STARK per bottle Sic
t OI K Vt.l UNI Kl >l
STAMSFBLBSCOm 0.. /.#/*/.
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PAGE BIS
IIARRADOS ADVOCATE
TUESDAY. JANUARY 1, 1U
CLASSIFIED ADS.
CHANCERY SALE
TILTPMONE 2 SOB

. Ml* al th* RMlMmtt*., OfBc*
Tor Birtiia Marriage or Engag*tnnt FOH SAI.E
bwK* 13 .! '*' of 0'
Up i tel-cfh jr. and 4 p m SI13 lor Stead* AITOMCIIVK
DIKD i All !fr>. h-vi 1 M
llin iQn T>cemher fl 1l Ethel Mahal R**d at her r-id*rte Oinc**. ... few Battery Dial 11 S-3n

A.NT ANNA I '-
1
C A Bead. Breed* McKlnMn
IN MKMOKIAM
BP V11tl Mil
p, Orden* UN
1 pfe. Clrpr*
I
r" i t iv in loving mrmor) or 01

...ti :i
Day, HOC. *<* H*
Dnr. KM'
:
1 '
.....
b*ltf>I

BttDwtani
I ted .1 la*
H found inK"
K In parfeot order
,1 BW Apply to I- BVM. "* H, I
J.~*ph 1 1.SBIn.
i of A>pti*a* Hop-
. however elec th*
Al L THAT .-i
I |JjjMf -! bo.MiJ
i .. and KnfluW
I and i..ii' iarJ-
baiuv
OFFICIAL NOTICE
IV IMI < c.l gl
53J
____a -f i*


. .... ..: i. M
In th* Mn
i . M
U.I CTKii Al
. MACxaoa a n*w hip-
i. it -f M 'MIX"X llfoVtl'
i id Iw* Broad
: .1 Mil Df MIT
Ml II SI *.
I OH RE>1
no i ict.
Lutrm
to all P iong
lnt*r*M **> U*n -. a^ruf-Arranre. In *i
ii-iipKi' of the o>
"'M tucumamti and
- irnd.i> b Iwidi th* ho.r* o
.1 Ihe It-..- '< B.,lldtng.
_ Mai.h HRM m awdMr ih.i euch
, .~i BMBHtai ' BBS MBMM mm mmMjji
-non* Will or prwrluded fro*" th* tented** awgr
ill " Ml If It ft Ml t. I M ' '" *BBI I
H'JCN OWEN SAINT CLAW CUaalll I I
WALTER FHAf*C PUCE and __ .,
mlma cATMuaa.' ptwe PATTERJftON
prtOPaWTV. PIR#TLV AIX THAT cartain P" J-'1"1 * U* .''*.".
art M iiw 'and* of KiMoni Plai.tat.iooi known m "own Hood allu-t in the
l-ruiip .-) Uland aIoi-id iaWn| W ad.nPifani.nt MB
nlv > fur., rllthm i-rr.hn I tIw'mUbouu abuutnaj I
hi hand* now or late M J A Gittma on lb* Soulh
on anotliM puku rand and * "
*U tha atn* ma;, abail and boui
tl*c or parr.1 of land MaawM M BU Cr.m
.Up and aiUnd afur*ald Fonlalnlm by -
i trm^nbouu abutiinc and i -.-n .
_____I oi Tlnrban lantaliun on Unda
uMar road Of ho 'main pwiv "* parwl "I land
may b iaport*d on and

d.^wa.1 -
PU.iaM*
Ptr-iJnl
arbtr. ,
POULTRY
V To r>*ar I Wll I
.i 1 White Wtandoit* Corkrrali ralam

m JD 13 fti J'i
l.lVKSTOC'K
c. noUa> our cuttomen
_____ thai wi> will bo rlosd for irtock
klDJ Irom WfdrM-nddy 2nd Jan.
I nollctr.

Munt.tr. Mat- PUT
4111
1 -ln
V\VMI
\l.
|lll
\"'HIII
halovrd mntrt"- -
Adnaona !Mlnr.hall
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L-ONULV ALL THAT
pan.it ..I Hatnt
Mnd* oi Hit Ornvr Plaii'atlun
J on tha
afivt and BO'.nd TM1PIH.V Ml THAT
iaxp ar.a of lar-f kno Johnny
rood ii paitiK-. -l.th waa lonwri) port of tha
Ho in th. aald panah of Bolnt Pnlllp and bland
rni d "co'ntaMlnti by "ad-i*aaru-mt Pour nrraa two rnnda
I and boundlrt* on lknd> of atophaiiaa Clark* on IM aao .
liat ralat* of T L Allamby d- i law may abut and bound FOURTHLY ALL_THAT
land tparl of a Urwar araa >' land known i
^..1 ..( Uw Unda of Kirt-n* Plantation altujlt .......
tnd li.tt'd afor aald (ontalnlBd by adinMlurarrumt lw rooda On* baa "'T1 """''*
karcB*. Of Ut-nrabo-U abuUln* and boundm* oat land, now or Uta of '^,d
. tdi now late of on Mr Bratbwallo on -inda formafl* of in* aMate
dacooaad but now of in- Id Walt*, r.-.-t-
I IFTHLY AU. THAT ra.taln pMV*
r.-ti ply part of tb* landi of Klrtotx P
if ftoint Pbillp and I.Lnd alaraaald cenuinuM
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1 II In M..no|anv. Plnr Ewtrotion r>i.in.
rabkr (l.rc fL.d... OUu and Oiina. Lampa.
rte lara* Maho Mud
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: i>y fivcn lhal
ri 1.1 us .tie refiuirrd
i u-d man whoae
..i., other ptr
. mO 00 per
over and froni compan-
i ornted or un
persona
I piotTS
of land or prop-
-
lrt| the past yea
Forma of Return may be ob-
d Income Tax D*-
LPTEB THE 1ST DAY
it JANUARY. 1952. Wd UW
> illled Hi n'U.t M
: DM qb or 1- i i. fl
-... i,
1 Ratunui of peraoiiiy whose
rra clonfl on th-
: December. 1951
. the 31t day ol
1952.
I ueifcons wnoac
iEH 1 plfJM '<
I t riUiatt m l1"' m-
., I . II- MlB 0B-
pj juni
Other person-
, ihe SIM tiny 0'
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T.ix nnd Deaf
(Aill
^eeat AOJ peraon f-ihnu t
bn return within IM
rlU be llflbla to a
01 exi-ee than i2 and ' '''
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Xiiiflii And A
IVoa-p.-ry.ua Siylif i'if roiiii'i; HeW Yrtir
ia
To All Nattonalltles
Chita Menberi
AM rr.v Customtr>
MWl Fverybody
._. on two M*a on Unda i
land, of II" aaM Walter Prancit B-oc
r,d on a road in common or howovrr ab*
BtXTMLY ALL THAT -rlaln pteca or pafW
aid pariah of a..lnl PBUlp nod Mar*
..t or tlterwabouta aBaitund and L
?laotton on land, aow or tote of W.ltam I
.,.*pi. H-d jnd on HW P-bU. road
Bin ltd: lath Oeiohar. lt*L
D-.rd 3\* D-cr*,r ItM
OFFICIAL NOTICE
BABSADOS ^ '"l.........."*NI
:WLS: rn^n^^l^h.r^ma' 3. 53T wHn*^-^^1
Kjtfrwra to b* f.aminad b> m. on any Tuetday
I loot- and 3 o'rtork In Ik* allrfn.
B.idp}-towit. b*fora Iho p, day
ntportrd on and ranktd
Iv olharwta* auch parwoni
id b* oVvrV
a Air.
land known aa -Gad
pariah
by adnteaat
MM i-. ti'lit* t-u IdMan i
tw or laf of Klrtor.t PI.
,nd Rrlma Cathl-*ri K*-c.
jy aiit and bound
____ of land tiluatr- .1 MairhfteM In
afarauid contaHUnB hy admtoaufvn-Mit
induwl on landa
HEAL
SORE
DRY
SKIN
' McDiholatum' Balo.
heals Sore and Cracked
Skin just like magic and
it is so simple to use.
You just RUB IT ON.
'McnthoLtium' instantly
stops irritation, soothes
soreness and makes
your skin cool and
smooth. 'Mentholatum'
is good for ALL Skin
troubles. As it cools it
soothes. As it soothes it
relieves. As it relieves it
betls. Quickget ajar
Of tit to-day.
Friday
n at in* H*n'i
f Mali it IBM. .
^.rdln* to lite nalur* MM
will br prorlud-'l from IJM bftaaMHi
ill clalrna I
ENA MAY
Dafandaat: CLARA ALSOP OALE
nPKRTY FlRsn-V A14. THAT c*rUin metauajr* or dwVlimah.-u* called
'PARMiC VIEW with th* land ht-r*on the aaow .landa and ihenau. baionKUtd
Itt-M" al Kt Annt. Th* Oairlaon In th." panMi of Chllal Church in thU Ular.d
t-nitUniita- bv a.)nwwtur*.n*nt 8bo1< Squarr f**t or th rcbOuU butllnif and bouru)-
n pit itlac* railed or known aa Bow View Hotel, on Unda fnrmrrlv of Mi
<-o>pi bi.t ii.m or late of Tronk CValj. and on lh* public poi
UM aa*.* ..y** bull and bound BXCONDLY AL1, THAT .rrt-ln
t.a* r alofW altuate In Hifh Blrr*i M thf Cliv ..f flridaC
Ptd t.aiwuarad IS In Iha aald Strrw. loarUutr with lh* bind whaiaoi
.lit .in and Ihriclo brlonfelna__________- __ _
t. rnk-iil. buttini and Uoundln*. on Ilia p*r>i>tlw. known
*tic*1 and 14 IIIBh Btr**t and on lh* pnrlniar-i known aa M
llifh Btrrrt ti'.trrutd or h.iw*vrr *lt* Uw aam* mav
null,.IV ALL THAT mum plat* or parf*l '
Hirra-d callrd BAHTICA' conUininw by
lh*r*a*>ouU ilormarty part of two arrwe a
K.r* twl of lh* public load ail H
k brvond in* dl.lrKl Called H.iallnca In
I thla itland butting and boundmi un Unaa
1

B'DOS HKTAU. SHOP-
. BOON,
To all Our Ft ionds
and C'uclutnfr.*
Wo Wish Them
m Peaceful
^ear
From
NIIIK.M.TAW. i
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II. rirror. Andrew. P;n
it.on* as-awi
Jtc-L'OR UCEXSK NOlIt I
The apptir-allon of Win Voarwoo.1 of

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wowd*n bulldmn attawM -'
. B< Joaoph.
M Mth day of D**-rnbr>. Ifdl.
n. j R EDWARIM. E>q .
Pol Ire MAffi.tral-. Dl.l "*
H.ned VETA V EAR WOOD.
N II That appl>r>lion wiU I
r*d
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P. I'RU'HLOV.
& STAFF
L*-onarU's Avi
>*^r*-**>'*-*'-'-'-**-'''''''-'**''-'''-
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The apatt i | HrC i
, MfcM IO tell S:
fee. al a bo-.rd ami
.ih thodroor i >.. m Michael
ir.i HM d" M pneonib-) -:
i MaajBBffl >
!>(,, -a
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fell AppU. ii
PI -Thla applKatlnti will bo <..
Lam ... opurl U
IM, Dlalrict A ..n PI
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n Belteplalrte. Bt

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Poi... MadMUwU, l> -i F
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The Tesl
FIKMSIIIM.
And SAVING Too
tAVE EAM V
Oaev Con Uprmj.. LaU-.
fM.ilitk Table. I tip. W
IVa.haUiKi- ^.r-itci.lrt *> up
Bark* lor Bha i Hat
fablea for !> . I' >!". Kltchm.
ajUfdioaidi. b "- '"* China.
Era, a
BA>>M ri'H'.i-' >n Korrt*.
na> ii
cm n ma* .-5
L.S. WILSON
SU*|IV BTItlXT DLAL. Oa
Father, and Wife
|n thf Hi;ivens and keep
lhatr l-odles comfortBblff in
. l'laeea.
Telephone No 4R88.
rr"'?l N. T C'HATLANl
(Meichant)
Rlndu, Cbrinti
. .i m Bxter a.
,, Road<
FOR SALE
in HQ SLOW
i lilnd 3 Itedioor
mg B..m. V.randah
0, O-iare Bultabto
. .. aw ,..-.
fill IM till I
tedmm-ia. Dining and lavin
ElMIMfl. Tfiltet
md Bath < raai bb * '
I ftiirch.
II -i ill -I
lliKlem UurUiaHiw on approa-

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own to th* **: cowprterng 3
H, ..wing and Dining
I pa*w
,.,i.ir
hIHi Itath ai'd
aid ie-i--m
l' I ..-u
:>.'. i ID
is. HoobM-k
,, 1( man Street and ml
bull and bound AND
with lh dwellmghou!
it BOia BQuar* l**l M
_. pffchet! and alao *4U
near the dl.lrict tailed ihe Cocoanul
Uw aaid partm. of Chrlat Church HI
iw or Ut. ol one Mn. Inniw. on the
M Crannuin al al. and on the Public Road .-i
rite the Mm. nay butt and bound TogeV -......
houoa and building, and all h*r Ihe rrecllona arM bulldlngt
parrel, of land erected and built i
ind being wi1
i tkd
M V TEKOA li
'
.'.. II.'Ml ..l.i .'ill
lit* , Thla vcaael haa ample apaca lor .hllted
r id rroaan, and d*>ierai cargo
Cargo acorpted or, through Bill, oi
t-.ima -in Mil at tt in id* a
lp BrlllHi G.i. .i iv.tl.-ia and Lea-
ward lalandi.
Tor further particular* apply to
M'llNKSS. WITHY Co LW).
THIMDAD
UW I
DaCOSTA Co 1.14-
BAHH-tlX-B
M WILLIAMS.
The M.V Curibbee" will
nccept eariio and p.i-cnner-
for Doinlnlra. A n t 1 I U a ,
N. vis and St.
Inf M'lnil.iy '."Ml
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BWI. SCHOONER
OWNKKS ASSOC INC
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Britain's mobbm Oxford
makes motoring news!
sTVAvr.ii
ISIh December. IM1
NEW ORI.KANS 8KRVICE
Mh Dec A: ll Bag at Daw

qoare feet of land.
rW IncUxtliig Ooli
.-.. 1 B*di"om.. Drawing and
Kuchcn



Magnini"
ni NOALOBI
.
i .'and Bath
lltiiu g and Living lt...n> laigi

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T
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i "re feel ol

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Bungalow ->'
: lledioonya.. MM large
n-i..!|il> In b- ggufgli d ml ram
: .ind living Boom. '
i
tv.ltery and
atvanki ii-oma
itpproximataly 'JBO
I completcl

ni li divi,
i
^l,e.1 Bridgetown
, IXill HrtLuran
l ilel* la.OBt l
| i.nd with a Iron!
i-yproklmalev l leei
LEADSWAY1N LOW-COST
"Quality First" matoity
lit to mi
demand for a
la icosonl
fnifrlaed for epoed aod rrpraiv
for comfort. All aeotd
within the wheelbaae. It
drlveB Ofi lOBC Journny wltb-
oat ratlfTua to Um drtrgr. anil
oroiBcd cootlDually at idgb
apaad without atraaa. Th*
Morrla Oxford Is on* of
BrltBln'a moat snooeaaful
world appnal CAPS.
CANADIAN 8EEV sOfTHBOlND ta
Name al "hip Ballt MggfiMg S R "ALCOA POINTER- l N.v. R R "ALCOA PEOABUS' -S H "AICOA PLASTER A" STEA.MEH Balla H.llfa* | i Hi M 14th Dec SI |h Dee. SI llaib.da. th Dec M :tb Dee HI th Jany S3 HM Jany. U
KtlBFRT TIltlM I.TII NFW TOR. AND QUM MM
amTtT>. CO.TA CO.. l.TOCANADIAW HE.VIC
SAGUCNAY TERfMlNALS
CANADIAN SERVICE
Frum I! 11r .v N.S., und Montreal.
I M i l 11 KINGDOM SKKV1CK
ntOH gWANSBA, LIVF.RPOOL AND GLASGOW
laperled Arrleal
HalUai M labn Oate.. Bldieta-n PBafeaiM
IS Dee. IT Ilee
3 Jan. :n Itee
as Jan Jan
ai r*i> IS FVt>. d March
Ki.lMI .!.
UNITII) KINGDOM AND CONTINKNTAI. SKRVICE
PLANTATIONS LIMITED Phone 1703
FORT
Phone 2385 Sole Distributor! Phone 4504
prosperous
.'.'',---,'*.'.'.'-'-'.--'.*'-.-.''-'-'-''.
to all
SWew tyear
our friends and
Customers
THE BARGAIN HOUSE
| 30, Swan Street S. ALTMAN.-Prop.
11 y-.-.<^tte)aaoiiaotir h
JIOIHIM iiumi inn II l
PLANTATIONS nt'ILDINO. I.OWFR BROAD STREET
: r Salt". Urnut for:
Trani-Canada Alrllnen. HI) tl and B W.I.A.
ALCOA STEAMSHIP COMPANY
! i .i..in No. 4461
Hi I i. II I TOI'R I IRTAINS YET ?
sell-. U.iM Of
PL.XSTH sill II l\,
'OP CBPUins.
nvnui i fiiMnin >i
G)rner Broad & Tudor Streets
CBICKET! IHirKET!
BARBADOS VS JAMAICA
AT KENSINGTON OVAL
FIRST MATCH Jiniury 17- IS. It. tl. M
SECOND MATCH January M. 25. 26. IB. 29
I'rire. ol Admrnlon :
CHALLENOR STAND*1.3t per bay r I1I.H a Seuon Ticket
Kl NSDfOTON STAND SI.M B#r day or 88.00 per Hea-on
Tlckrl
UNCOVERED SEATS48r. per day.
CROUNDS24r per da*.
( AH-PAHK AVAILABLE AT 1.- DAILY
PLANS FOR SEATING ACCOMMODATION WILL be open ,
at K F HARRISON & CCS OFFICE on WEDNESDAY-
JANUARY 2nd. 1952. when members of tin Association
may alao purchase two a.lditiyin;il Se;i*on Tiokrt-.
WILL BE OPEN TO THE PUBLIC ON MONDAY.
JANUARY 7th FOH THE SALE OF SEASON TICKETS
O JANUARY 7lh FOH THK SALfc Ut StASUft iit.iva.ia. %;
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TUESDAY, JAMVRV I, iJK
BARBADOS \DVOCATE
I'M.I KEVEK

3V CARI AND1RS0N
FLINT OF THE FLYING SOUAD .
BY ALAN STRANKS & GEORGE DAVIES
bar s/v/srt/ir.
BLONDIE
BY CHIC YOUNG
THE LONE RANGER
BY FRANK STRIKER
JOHNNY HAZARD
Tin "mi
BY FRANK ROBBINS
THF PHANTOM
BY LEE FALK & RAY MOORES
to *\AM.i, you. lovtlii
zzt.
Itf-*-
POND'S
I I'OMI S t Ol II I III \\4
I your skin.
*%% > UNMMMC (UtM
to prt'Vt'l JPOUI ikin by day and lo Fold your
pi uiIit malt.
o^L-^^^B^^y fc>J<**fe
!>'* 1411 MWIK: dinging.
pt'lfUTiH'd. SCt'lIllltii I f 1
a Klamur^usly ,naU complexion.
HIM. % liniKK smooths
i j unto ymr lips; the
rich Vlbnnt colour stays on
iiiitl 01 and on.
Here is & nun t)l bM "- prodlK ad by lovely society women every-
where. Simple ami it expcnitva, Uy U* ill KM '> ,1' to keep you looking
flawlessly lovely, feelinj* your Very brsi ;ii all tin <* You will And then
at hII tha birt beauty .vunters.
\\' lia\- just :
Il' I iNf.E & Co. Ltd. 5
; UO KOI HI C K 8T.
im. riuiu i uJdini
Aftnortrri BurmU
ratM Ctaakan
Na Nuta
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*nd r, iii>i i-
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< -11 '
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Its ipkr i.ipio.i iitiii
Ban Tvithno, Rrd Rorl
I'nrtu (Fr*V Ftta***, Hwmi
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$ To Our Friends
:; and Customers
JScsl Wishes
for
1952
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(1938) LTD.
J llrjdi|U4rL>r fur IVsI Kun *J
"CHRISTMAS GIFTS" SPECIALS
SPECIAL offers to all Cash and Credit Customers for Thursday to Monday (only)
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S|i< i^lilslox ii mill Snmi Slra-rl
Usually Now
scorn uBimn bum
HIXI i> nits (ill) Pkg.)
POTATOBS lolli ..........
I.I INNEBS STOUT ..........
Bl I II I hum i sack ...
mini nil \| ill, Jan
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PACE EIGHT
BARBADOS ADVOCATE
TUESDAY, JAM ARY 1. IKZ
spoh r
"AM
By R8- Wi"'
SPORTS COMMENTARY
I am still fpii:\. .
night's \. .. :o the all
important Fourth Test Match ne-
tween tht ' tod Aus-
tralia. Till red
10 tin- peoples of the West Indie*,
and from rrport* it is iwinu Con-
tested bo dofgedly bv bolh team.
that .t sball certainly not be be-
fore the rnrl ot the Test that wi
shall be able to relax and |-a*s our
opinion, with .-my lev ee <>[
soundness-
Proud of Worrell
It kk fur that
.. i
inywif with re-
fer.iue only lo
the local scene
Howi i
think U
WM Indian to-
pi outl of
ihe >' rote fight
whit h lYankie
Wi 111 il has put
.ore the
nral Test cen-
tury on the
Pfl I !l rl I I s
and plaj
I mi role
in || VI
("mm rompii-v
barrnssment.
I....... tell in thiit
this Innings was do) up to ihe
Manriard of Uic Inningi which we
have associated .-illi Worrell for
the [Mist few years, notablv his last
tour With the Wist indies in Eng-
land.
More Credit
If tli;ii li o, and m have no
reuson lo doubt It, then all the
more credit i due Worrell, who
imi.t naturally be experiencing
in meg in- "( NalatwM bom In
tatostvi inkct during the paO
four years, and added k> this he
took in of boating about by '<
'h.ui'i. rising balls ot the pacer*
an Australian weapon which tin
We*' Indie, despise using then.-
- el.
He hatted in aCrordini; to the irports, and 1
think that he hai contplaieK vln-
ilt;iteii in> outlandish charge
thai vt Wen levelled at him (or
By O. S. COPPl.y
hia comparatively lean lime grlth
I *. ept the one charge lhat
He, Ilka most of the great cricket-
ers of our period is slightly stair.
but his heart wan still with hi*
team and with the West Indie*
Anxious
We shall limen tonight and into
F Worrell
I morning following Hu-
ll the j-ame with all OUT
in.pi- centred around thai llt'V
I-aivi "t cricketers thai carry upon
nlderi so important n
liurden ol t< i"isii,iiii, lor futun
West Indies Cfickei and. we all
l^H-ul Championship
I back t.. the ieal Htne
It does seem as if both Carlton ami
Empire, tht co-leaders in the Fir.i
..mpi-lit.on will each win
their fixture, scheduled to be con-
cluded i>o Saturday.
The only chance which Carlton
stund t.. Iom i" Empire la If rain
washes out play next Saturday
Empire h | already secured
points for ,i Brit innings lead from
Police bul Carlton have dropicl
I1 i i i,i Ini n|
i-u.
However, if tuere ll play. Carl-
ton have alraadj lecovnrad as
much lost ground M to make It
poaalbh for them to win if the
game is resumed under normal
conditions on Saturday.
The Position
The position
as follows:
iiton having
ined Lodgj
a keen fieldsman as well is turn-
ing la tome useful performance*
With the ball as well.
i a hi *tet poatUon
even than Carlton Having alread>
lx>wled out Police for 60 runs in
their first innings the> have put
up 13* lot declared
Byer Top*
It If intereating
to see that veteran
Joe IKcr who
scored a ctritut y
! reekr hue.
against Wanderafi
took Imwllni; hon-
'
ings with Empire
He tooa 5 of the
seven wicket* thui
fell for H runs in
13 I OWI'I
Byoi who la the
oldest (rleketer
playing today I* n
g t e i tportanaan,
j bykr Rg baa passed bit
fiftieth birthday but still he con-
tinues |o h<- the mainit.iv of the
Police team, bowling and batting
against the beat crop ol rating
ml Divi:, coma or
toe market aver] real truly a re-
mark il it i ornanan
Police Still Behind
Police with u deficit of 78 en-
tered upon then second innings
and lost two wickets for 3fl runs.
So lhat with eight wicket., tn hand
still 30 runs behind the
mings total.
Police Win
2nd Division
Cricket Cup
Police vs. Pickwick At Oval
I'm. 7g and :
Pickwick 79 and U I
Dennv ft for M).
By defeating Pickwick out-
right 'ii Saturday. Pol.

K
Tom. won b) ihe ca>)
">3 i n- Batting hrat on wicket
helping the bowk
the rlrst day. Police i
ngna In Sheir first innings and on
Saturday they dismisses ft k-
wtck for 70 run*.
Best bowling performance wgg
X, en by Skippei Denny who
look six wickeu for 22 runs. F,
Taylor also bowled well and lock
three wicket* for 26 runs
In their second venture at Hi*
wicket Police Beared H7. F. Tay.
Icr topsroring with 44 while
Peterkln took four wicket. for
13 runs and R. Taylor four for
32.
In their second innings Pick-
mi k were all out for 43. Only
lalimrn to reach double figures
weie It. Hoad (16) and T.
Thomas (14). Skippei Denny
again gave the best bowling pei
formaiue taking three nickel f r
five runs
Len Houston
Knocked Out
In First Round
cnrMna <"
,i;pw;ETOWN. B-U.uec.2t.
Carvin Garraway,
Iteiwright champion.
I >mlender L*-n Houston in one min-
ute and fifteen second, of the first
found of a ten-rounder at tne
(j.F.C. ground* on Friday night
A vicious right cross (o gan
leashed from rloae 4uart.
ed the light which at first promised
'o be a thriller. Both men started
out cautiously, but in two second*
the action quickened at Garraway
went in punching and Houston
hiding hi8 'htn behind hi" left
>houlder replied with two Jabs and
another hard right to the body.
This irritated Garraway who
I
from all angles and for<
ton to his own corner where DJ
li- i
Houston d << |

he struggled to get up whil" the
referee counted him out.
Ai th* end.
badgered and bewildered Houston
seemed to be wondering what had
really happened. Houston was H*
kayoed lbs. and Garraway 131
r.mpirc v*. Lodge
l^dge 31 and SI.
i i..|mt. 113 (P. Thoma* 3).
At Bank Hall. Enipuv Blaq
.eored a *tx points victory over
Lodge. Batting first Lodge scor-
ed 58 runs and Empire replied
with 111, F. Thomas SO.
On Si.liod.iv Wltl a di Kelt of
S3 runs, Ixxlge were dismissed
by Dm Faopiie DOWlari for 53
runs Their collapse was due
mainly to a good bowling upell
by pacer C. Heckles who ended
up with an inalyaix of nine
over*, four maidens. 14 runs and
four wickets. F. Thomaa. G.
Downes, S Heckles and (i
Clarke each took one wicket.
WEATHER REPORT
yi:st;bdav
ML
Rainfall from Codrington:
Total rainfall for month
date: n.02 Ins.
Highest Temperature: 81 fi *1
Lowest Temperature: 73.A *1
Wind Veloci-v: 11 mil- pei
hour
Barometer (t a.m.) 29.971
(3 u ,ii i 29883
iii,M .
fODAT
0.07
p.m.
Moon; New. December 2*
Lighting b.OO p.m.
Iliiili Tide: 7.21 .i in 7.1S p.a
Low Tide: 1141 p.m., 1.09 p.n
Stilgman W ill IMa>
For Australia
tnn Dm h
v>di,ey Sunda> Telegraph
snld on Sunday "Frank Sedgman
will play for Australia in the
Davis Cup Challenge round ol
1952 "
The paper added that Sedgmae.
"announced his decision exclua-
...l-U to "ie Smngay Tdeamph
after the Davit Cup dinner to the
- Scdgman told the
Paper's representative. "I decided
to play in the next Divl* Cup
series because I feel I owe a great
'Val tn Au-tn'i'n tennis."I'.P-
than ....
Empire Urn
ta
then
___nd inningi
now need 106 to
w i n outright
With all then
wickets Intact.
C.rcnldgc 5
21
Luca* 4 (or 20
s h e
.,.,
tckets. I am
glad to
Lucas who I- .i
candidate for
Intercolonial
honours, a use-
ful batsman and
Police will have to make I great
effort* on Saturday, hrsi io wipe
nlT thl* difference and then to set
Kmpire sufficient runs ot make to
faro i ilraw.
I can scarcely tee them doing
this with pace bowler Barki i, jls
left-arm Intercolonial bowlers
Horace King and Ariztl Holder to
negotiate
However, there is still the wily
Byer and Barbados (apian.
Farmer to dismiss before Empire
can feel sure of victory and this
should make for interesting cricket
next Saturday.
Test Cricket
% From Page I
interlude of calm, we had tune t"
observe Ramadhin fairly scudding
i lie turf to gathei
Mbroncy's wary rhots\ Itnmadhln
seemed to be doing 200 yards In
samethu hme. Witn
a number on his chesi
have stood in for McDonald Bnllcy.
Moruncv Dropped
After six overt. Valentine re-
lieved Trim and was al once the
victim of a -shocking miss by this
name John Trim. Moroney hit
hard and true Mroight at him at
square leg and Trim failed to hold
the catch. Moroney was 17 and
Ihe total ene for 34.
The ball was travelling fast, but
Trim did not have lo move to make
the waist high catch. 1' *
mis* at this stage of the game.
In the ncjfl ovei Moronc
underlined his escape
log Valentine in grand "'< to
the bound iry. Hassett had now
l>een in 4t> n.unite- In score 9,
apparently finding something in
Qornaa"i good length and ooca-
vmnnl spin thai called for his ut-
most care and respect.
This was more remarkable in
that Ihe pitch was playing easy
and without life, and was certain-
ly no help to any howler.
The tolal reached 41, Hassett
II. Moroney 23 In 80 minutes-o
grimly slow procedure, but evi-
dence of Australia's respect for
the manner in which the Wet
Indies menaced them.
Hassett I m..ml..rl.idle
With the score nt 46, Rnmn-
dhkn relieved Gomez and bowlod
,m over I" Hassett who looked
desperately uncomfortn'.'e and
the excited crowd gasped at his
Dal* efforts to deal with the
little bowler. Valentine bowlod
another maiden and Hamadhin
followed with another In which
Guillen and all those ticlduic.
clou? made a very confident shout
for a catch behind, but the appeal
was denied. Two runs were taken
off Valentine, but Hamadhin'-
third over finished still without
any scored off him.
At lust Hassett attempted a
single but Moroney was to re-
luctant to tare Ramadan that be
paused and Hassett was run out
for IS. Two for 48. Harvey took
.. single and Moroney was now
forced lo face Ramadhlu for the
hrst time.
.le was out l.b.w. to the bNI
ball he received. Moroney l.bw.
Ilamadhin. 26. Three for 49. This
was a deadly blow struck at Ans-
tialias innings and was entirely
due to Ramadhin who was now
bowling with such cunning and
varied pace lhat he had termini
Moroney into sacrificing Hassett
and then had snatched Moronev
Mmsclf.
Miller, however, is not the nan
to be stricken with any undue
fear*. He at once square cut
llamadhin to the boundary, ilar-
''. too, attacked him .but Raff
;.dhln remained in full control.
Lunch *core, Harvey not out 11.
Miller' not out 5, extras 1, total
Uiree for 64.
Fund Started
Tor Sedgnwn
SYDNEY. Australia Dec. 31
NewipopOri .ill .ii Australia
have begun campaigning for fund
to give tennis star Frank Sedg-
man a wedding present when he
marries Jean Spcnce next month.
The idea started with a letter
I <>f Australia's moat 1m-
i octant ranchers, Jim Ashtou,
WHO donated 50 The Syiln. ..
I)ll> Telegraph added 300.
Ashtori .mil "lliei donors s.iid
they wanted to glvg ., woddLn|
present lo show their apprecia-
tion to Scdgman for staying
.' I ..' . .i, ili-fenii
Hie Davis Cup next fgffj
Scdgman refused a prof)
offer of 40.000. After taxes he
WOUld have netted 10.000.
P.P.
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AGX&BT INDIA
CALCUTTA. Dec. 31
England have made a good
start to the Third Test agalnaj
India which began here to-day for
they scored 217 for the loss of
four WKafiOtl before stumps were
drawn. Two earlier Tests at New
Delhi and Bombay were drawn,
but England arc in a position to
run up a good-sized total here.
The first wicket did not produce
many runs with Robertson soon
out and it was rather bad luck
that Uravcney fell off tin last ball
in-fore lunch when he required
only five more runs- to complete
his 1.000 for the tour.
Spooiwr and Watkiu* had a
bright stand, but it wan when
Cyril Poole was playing in his first
Test that he joined Watkins for
the ilfth wicket that the best
(ticket of the day was seen. They
are still together having so far put
'lil*isgriw-|
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circumstances beyond nur control our Calen-
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