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PACK I II.MT IURBAIMI^ MATH 111. r'KID.VY. JAM ARY 4. H52 i To il-en ders Defy Bowling Attack (From HAROLD DALE) fXHI finish) nfl %  hence ; e woiw lith ilia. In the i play these past four days, you have reaa i In tali' i>f fluctuating fortunes, chances ftd and taken, and men given out when Ihcy mighl iw been in. V lo a cricket sag,i U-*hlng way of getting lo tin %  i OJ the 1.3)1 and lofting %  1 rgotten iii 1 %  %  ere can be'f If %  I ni linnet pollen* ifl (or HI. uugnty hoi and courage, ta took. u Hihil whin i wit w liatinWiii had %  %  I nd. Ottd I I ti, .1 Victory 111..'., wfi in tucfi .1 finish there nothing between the . Mtfcfl Momet) .. ealtli l %  Hi.PI III I in Ii %  hove *"tr dowi 11 name is now writl:M ngeitj and %  .. i. %  < %  and crtt ,. | % %  In i. tin nettv I the) JOHN M \( UMMi from Hanad oono n> four Jamaicans Get Scholartthips KINGSTON Pour Jamaicnns have born awarded Point 4 Scholarship* .it in,, ich, but %  ball sharply .ii up with .i anortar, aai i < ino nidi ourUng an i ttul bat. Valenuno wat bowline with two *iii„ and Kamadhui wiU) only orn fan rennindei ot I.I nraj at half-hit i rm in be Ihi (ormaUon for ihene bowlan, but i |) when Undwnll swung Vaiannm a Langiey *" m iiffdr.vc at him, Clipped I ttous variations of length L^Pftdge of the bat and Guillen nerve In • h. Undwall. caught OuD990 what UM patient would 00 tea, bowled Ramadhin 29. Six I glggley %  OjUlrnanJ but lie duln'i .r 192 Kive in. Than King took .. .• more In this MMM i [Tutu aaaui He forred cat >noment. HaaWtl hit bach with pulled and i-owllng back to Ring, who turned %  %  .lentinr alcntiiic that brought up the put Ihrpugh n llower one straight. Mr was now HI ind Langlejr lifted a to Whe.i tlic> anWt Ulklng aboat told be taken The ta i-tt 95, and ant plumb l.b.w. fur oM MMM t rirkel, r are inclined htflter ultogeth.. . Extras 15. Total HX Nine for 122. Now Ring brought t. ulnce and think back U, the An. it I* rd'Si we hesitate to ^JKS^tHJS, 11 ^SSS? htuS %  .'01 the crow* sereeAinn to then?TSrt. eenaniaii when Groueho Mara tick the chto out further by proVf'J2njSr JS^lSSo Uawrlt Krarhes |W. m thre a party la Hollywood posing a llnanelal penalty on owiunenU Juhtuon began idhtti to all parts of the MM • % %  announced during cock* crteketers who play palpably tw TnP .scholarships entitu isdhln. after tea but eventually "•" took IS off one oval and the tails that GmsKno wwiid play UM l t olders to free tultton and treed .. tlnwd one Vgimttth '-'-xt yielded 11 —ll of them great "•" %  tnd wue •nongn, at a signal, Maybe tho? hava been punished ,„ ji.ooo (isi %  year. S wooped on the ball and flung in 1'Ttnl hits and serambled ilnulr he earn* down the staircase sawing nough by the falling-ofl in alienfrom Jamaica ami i Oil wicket and lUV l kw |> ,n, bowling, with John%  '*"> vp, > creditably on ..n m inca ol ttPJM tiuir.U'i* of the one electrlc;il ..i nppily sped on for four over"on as a passive allv. Then "rument that had never known i nbhc prepared to be bored hy i, on student* A j,,|| e |,,, . idard look off Vnlentine to put ,n ^ hand of Stradivarlus. pkayhlg (Ol Hk4] Such ., Tin a nl for a him on at the other end Worrell B* gi naifuay down the BtaW master as Jack Hobbs it on rvcocl period Ol OM 10 Dieted his hundred In five filled ihe gap and allowed Rlnr ensa and through "Moonlight n nd a having soul that he'd prefc those who complete tbah it had haan an IMIMS,f "t.l> one single off Hit last ball Ronea" when the violin bur>t mi,, nowadays the village fireen to the before the and Ol UM WUTSe will He had ..ttempted -Inch Ring avraped against .il the n-.rnes average counts have "OM*^V JLaunllob^ us but had let ball an.1 nine '""• Val.-nline now ;,.>e ,-i the "You've always been talking Soceer tpt-viators *>nl goal, their Ume w th f^WJob : end v in onl* 10 needed to -bout brighter music." he bark-. Boning fanwant toock-down "I,' artn and that was Ihe end of th d and supporters of cri ^nonl. rrc(lnl lrom Thirty iicholarships were offered W.I. LOSE FOURTH TEST MATCH Style for all occasions! FLOWERED LINGERIE ]• Y.l SI SO D BHAMBRA :is in arid*. Yd si w usnomss .16 in. *ldt Y.l P FOULARD in !: %  i Gran, k Bcigo Per Yd $1 74 I'I AID TAFFETA In •.mall mid large designs in shades ol Blue, Red. Brown, ii Mulli colours. 116 in. wide. Yd. SI 53 CAVE SHEPHERD & CO.. LTD. 10-13 Broad Street line turned mil pulled Valentine for tour to leg sneejasni onie to hhn thiough all the l< %  'ung his score mount, and win. ii it. The total was The Last Minutes now 214 Ring lOOk OB* (torn t>>c l.rst ball Altai a tsrlOl Of maidens that and Johnston faced I.IIS.IL> p|ej continuing bOWlaf with nine needed to ivin. nil until k*ajMTOW| Itaic.idbin Johnson |dayed Ihe ball in IronNow. lord's %  till look* inadequate. It gave ||f|od an offbrcak to Johnson, who of lum and ran with it to i„ in batgmen fraeoom to deiena played under it and Guillen took one end. while V.,.. in an> wsy they ohoni and I t catch Jortnaon, *w Seven Iceparate throw just m iss ed at the jp ni.le.'-au lux t-areleshlv on tune for 218. other. Ktght wanted. %  Etas oi the wicket without the SusueiiM* . Suspense . B' n a squnndrove three off the least danger to UM m elvi l n y ln „ linlc mspense had been ncx, ha" '>d again Johnston faced ward short leg and silly pOlnl H long endured, thut a sellci "'*' l '' ,,; %  would %  ,.ld have had n "• %  the BWC4 itOnUa n dOUl tlnish lideisbly and imposed on them .. ' ""•'-*" l -"'l' Md Ring hi I restraint that might have forced 30.000 who shrieked and cheered 31 "•• c "t a' Val-1 them into folly. tr) move av attempte.1 movs ,hr< f '"" •*• Goddard took the new lull and maaeby anybod) on the field %  neti 0 Gomez yield-J |W0 tUgla Ofl it Then I-HIIIC H treinendnii-. ~. n 1,1 • B d Of OM Over through try! Worrell .allantly took the other ^Valentine had Hassett play over an •"""'J' fun. Now (hret end and with tua seventh ball got ,,.,11 dipping low. and he a fell took Bole v urn one round the cornet ,,,,( i.b.w 102. Eight for aid lhr '•'" M*ul H'" Jobngton, where Gomez tinik a magnittcent u,ngle y swinging at Valentine who fumbled at the lirM ball and Colour! Ra K vently. told co: 1 about the bad 1 public interest In the game of crleM of t'"' nuuij drawn games. How right he k although it Isn't Inunedlstely apparent how I Eoing to stop them. We have already risked mayhem b) suggesting tha WTSS B& Soccer Fans Help Olympic Men catch Hot*. 1. Five tor 141 Sf.l the islanders arete pontinU' Hi ii-arlv stumped. 'arty 1 etfs 1 'ell with his fw-t still in the CTI SSI We have had iluwnfnll was a terrific time 10 time. n.. .,exi hissed p-.st his olTstump. t"heyeiiri;To'lype |nc to keep fraction of the ad|,i ow to Australian chances. There ***J" 1 "* 1 ^."."'. 1 *. ' on, P'>' "Pf 1 ^ hurl it at tha head of that ferovantage |n their hands and playing VPr want--l to win with Rtng %  ] ,lnr U)i "'"' haul, keen cricket thai Langtej DejtUng and Hill Ihirty-eight had Australia scarcely one chance Ol JohnU'n to come. The Wesl •coring a run freely. Indies w eni on howling tight who Ijnihvull Conies In Lilidw.,11 joliHHl II asset >, had now just passed 70, and lhl ust bow lei darandod n-lth aU his heart arid mind. Ills bat wa< held upright in front of him, but still he wasn't safe. Worrell bOWlUU '.:ie off stump found it. a Ugh inn,' grounded as Guillen, sliindliu: b ok, gel Ii t" it. Hossctt had played imiieccsblv with all the pawnee m tha world nnd ins hot moving axnett) tatc Tine of the ball. Me hud senreely played. • itn go In 1 w.intei'_. foi I hi If he litlle ml) twoM RIUE*T We hi Football Fans Have I'ratlilional Fight OLASOOW, .1 in. I I.I.., made several am n Tuesday when the New YIN toy traditional annual Celtic pushed OM IWO) '., leg v 1U1 had won by one wleket iHasgow Hangers %  ttcei nudn ,f '"'' "" out 3? fohnetoa not ou t ne Hie tMttlih.-lrf for rival • !•' %  It, PMnlnlN %  l> I gcotU n Mcggi fan spei lank 3 sn hurling botilca and stormthe Cettte Park pitch when i.',k a 3—1 lead n> pregont>day 1 ounl mka [Wl 1no doubt that the laj is the day when thai i! I* hit and hll hard and hit often . "Modern 1 ncki'Uiv -.1 ,1 tin. colonel, "have Test matches oven known to maintain that It la bettat to be 70 U". % %  niiggel 1 lunch on the first day than 120 The only WOTd "" would ciuain 1 Aith in that sentence 1 1 maintaining sentiments like that cricketer lie should Inplaying 1 roquet. Who to blame for all this? The ration n( tha H %  much at Make, The fact that tin C hii' t larg.'U profl % %  1 0 feel thai l 1 to play safe may tUW 1 sent It Inbj 1 1 ut, even at that, then room for adventim The Australians nnd the ftottth Africans and the New '/• .ma certainly the West Indian^. selected are full of Ihe Bplril of cricket, moment the lire and 'he fury end the fun of it. II h the eoui average rtultlfyingjicrlcket, and it in nbou' million tune | ilieir nonsense lea-t half of that 11 is up to the pro's, who are today U2U Harriion-Cisy %  UM Pfnat ti .' K U 19 t K JSI ccasion from the chasm of Idgel and J* 1 Jiat ferob L'ious. tantalising, raucous, toy nd also long-suffering tan out on the terrace supporter. have blamed him for his end lus partisanship, his discrimination against em S ia 1 1 188? ., rail In Ill< nee he had been there Poiioe got the ground but after hi earh discomfort onBOl and UM Itaitgers went on Ihe spinners, he had workI %  a smashing 4l victory plesh were needed been %  Came together I I't wicket, now It Bfttr Ring's huge hitting, pushed forward, hut Won ell in • I. He then, did push a single %  nd Australia had tied the eggffl %  pl^-ers and even Two big ground hits were how Jnsger.s. Now it is ihe tielded by ileldsmen close in and '" P*h him. h He numbers on an Held was too big to COturday around the mark and at number are registeied m OssVenl M per Mlt of the ge"n._ Elubg formed to support their loir thev keep crowds away bv thci L '* an "'' lack of will-to-score they saw in They are organise*! in three hillf lhc ^tT Of life. l.sunct forms—as junior clubs. Ao „ or AnH mnrr aclion Oversees M cn if „ ,, ( |hrm l(1 >" !" > w.itch baseball for a couple of weeks' 1 I t iblci West ooenrd %  "f-.' % %  si %  i' Into tight wcurlty that gave n<> i i|Uarter. He had INKODM he rock %  ; mi which all Australian hope One hundred and fifty came up urs, Tru ehlrl* between t-up|>urleni of .... ,-, ,„ 11 insUtuUon in Seoul n %  1, Celtic U in gu| porteg bg the Irish fkota nnd tinRunge< h Proteetant Scotsmen England Lead India By 96 Runs CALCUTTA. India. Jan. 3. England was W0 runs ahead %  afternoon held up play for a few title the pi yers crouchid and their shirts vibrated wildly In the breent. Then Hamadhin began his over in place of Gome/.. ml H | pulled fOT tWO fours bv Undwall. Two balls later India Thursday night he lifted h,m long on the rails for Third Test cricket match which another 'our. The score was now nodi •V^dlkr.Aft ,.?"" E 168. Hassett not out 75. Undwnll. ins hehtnd 'W2< 3 "> ••* not out 17. extras. II. Total five "' '"" % %  f In 'n ? i for 168. ,vi : Undwall is Out .,.,;K ,,,;. I.inrlwall continued his attack on The slow tempo which marked Ramadhin. square cutting nnd -.he match from its commencemm. Gomer was sent out nient indiciites that it will be into the deep and Worrell to deeo drawn as were the Brnl two Teati tine leg a> -.. ...untei l>, landwall's at New Delhi and Boinbav.—ICH WEATHER REPORT YF.8TF,RiAY B>iiifsll frsm Oodrlngton: nil Highest Ti-mperiilure. WtS. F Lowr-t Tipiieliuei 67J F Wind Vtiloiny %  miles per hour Barometer (B ini 29 966 |:l pm ) W.Htio TODAY Bnarlse' noo am. Bnaast .'. in pm Moon. First Quarter, Jaanary Lighting %  i High Tide s<-nred 9fl lot wen of the fi.uith WHAT'S ON TODAY Court of Orai I Scs. |l 10 00 Court of Appeal 10 oo am Police Courts -lfl.Ofl a.m. Police Band Concert at It..Unis Rock^ 8.00 p.m. (hevli Do It Everv rime --By Jimmy Hatlo_ %  HCWA&3UTA _^ CF GOUF TJNIiA'UOR s -.:~ .Vfi CaH-3> G£T -IS EACC.N STAriT-. ft? rSE-S._> cc WCU OSC >OJZ OKv you PiCX uP THESE <, 6^>5 />! **Z> CALLT yt*. ec* k : 5.30A rJrrs i>. nxK w4y-.>* OO So Trtcy CALL FOR. MISTER AKRM&k AT 5:30 AM.SU>Os> AS PER A^A^3EKCMT tonne i seni. clubs. These clubs nre across 57 OQUntrige thmughoi the world Even New hag them. Some of them are highly ceptable to their parent clubs— %  ti*. the parenti Flub is %  hard-up, struggling iffair, glad of any help to keep nd In some case, tin ,i. Dot officially ncceptable at all Such is the enmusiasm of the' beyi and llrll tot the r chosen' %  ause that this fact of nnn-rccogI idion affects them not at all. They go on with their dances ,'i t thnr whist drives and then %  oncerts and travel all over the and to shout their players home | \ ith as much enthusiasm as il ney were directors of the club. This Identification with a thooon band of players is one of the !a)or phenomena in sport iere is nothing quite like it m iy sport oi eountr> in the old. This U to exchange the occasrial cudgel fur Ihe raised hat. A", weni along to join the Ariiiil enlhusianU Ui ulhei evenK —to discover still anotheC 1 facet of their si'pport for ^po^t Jack Crump, of ihe A.A.A., joined In on the festivities and took the ippurtunity to enlist the suppoit nf football fans for Britain's OK-mpk fund. Arsenal %  UBpOite, pi.-nii-c .e lent support, and this support . likely lo be accorded a. idreds of associates through"til the country. It ik a nice thought that pioi-innal football will help our Olympic amateurs to Helsinki There ts immediate support for 'he plea for brighter cricket am very interesting pom: i ie hv H. 1. Pawle wbM %  ddreag is slap o self. %  'Is not ihe trouble caused.'* he iwys. "by Ihe points of the first nmngs in the County I ihip? To my mind, -t present here is a minor match .\r theJ si mnuij, points mid a major natch for the full point! played < •ultaneoMsly Points are ee valuable that the modern crtckeiei i niu i nliglgei DO the points available for the nn,,iig> lead ami || the major match. Three days should be la nw) match, bin only II hours playing time, and each t* da i ieed by one Innlngji ot Maybe. —I. .1.1 .ii %  K. %  ii.c ,1 , Irumps Having mi 10 mist %  .: %  %  UD in a u.nj I sd led VK *ij faired to drop t^iutli had ui go Hirer down ;i l floutrj took th.ill to -ho somr i 1 !in a Sped' 1 %  %  on Id provide %  lie so lie lumoed i POUT Hw,dei~a %  I %  in-unhkelv i ol I %  Good food tastes all the better with Colmans Mustard NO.MORE GREY HAIR AFRICAN MIXTURE Cototin ihe Hair IniUntljr. h It •bsoluie'r what 11 profettcd Of It t A GENUINE HAIR COLOURING ArsiroeM M 4 fiostfr ><> %  o*-. !*-• BOOKER'S (Barbados) DRUG. STORES LTD. BROAD STREET, BRIDGETOWN AIM try FLEUR0IL BRILLIANTIHE Makes the hair soft ood {fessy Sole In 2 Sh WE.. Guarantee A Perfec! to every SHAPE. FIT We have done il in Ihe PAST. We can do il all Ihe II Ml C. S. MAFFEI & CO Top Scorers in Tailoring Princi Wm. 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IKIl.U JAM AKY I, 1S52 BARBADOS ADVO< \TK I'M. I 1 Jamaica Housing To Cost $11 Million III. IftOI sv 111 I .FW>.,. KINGSTON | groups whose Building schemes covering UV MHI entire Island and railing %  r e Atl d who need money to..,: total cxpetHnure of tll.tOO.0fW p-nmn.. A total of M,<*. S I.) have been approve! t,> thr i oa n has been provided for th,rctarv of Bute '< I nies Thr x-hrmr. wrre Mitm.iti n addition to these thr.ted recently in \\ i ,,hcmes IIJM^OQ uane Rehabilitation Progr:i %  gramm.which the Town Planning Oil Mr. David Spluell went to London has b;*n eai Hi recently %  %  .,.Hurrkff %  One of Ihe art* i housing undertaking for which a ^ n pproximutI> $l.5O0'". l by the British Government pin* a (1,250.000 donated at the ill loan of si.sofl.ooo. A i ,,., nmenl Another scheme is for urban hou^im. and t iWJ HW tn g.^,,, aIld (,,,„ WM thia has be-'n granted H./"'i"'' ajj* made ai British supplemented by ;i loan of *1 *'" tnt in th< 000. TI.. toonecaiitchl • ..( __ mlnlsterinil the whole undetl The Jamaica Government pro— poses to set un %  sepam'. ment staffed with housing expert* fiom overacas to direct the progranwM which is planned to last nver a perioii of two years, during which tlmt 10 000 nne-room houswUI l>c built ami 4.000 middle od lower income families m assistance. Redfl Commit Suiriilf* Rather Than Surrender fENTRAI. FRONT. KOHEA. Jan. 2. United Slates officers said that Chinese 'Communist soldMri were committing suicide rathe.* than submit to be captured by United Nations troops. Thcv -aid three Communists about to become prisoners BD> ferred to pull the pins out of their "-'' %  SS attack selves up. They also said that the Communist High Command has %  I reprisals a gainst the VISITORS • tfc. NQMUM in Hi actually enjs-yiag ska sa.UHiy eaal Rao. who haa many nystlc powprYoga. Ha swallows iron tacks, ci bare feet, and remain* burled for ti turas i:\rmss Swift Action Promised _J& —.. Nl III MVl \l l \* *W>> will ;ere • masrd to %  *<• it* snan He i. Hsu Yogi Lak -h mans--..drs BrlkAi-i.. hfrlong practice ! Un %  alt of drink* nitn.acid, wsJki Ok aef tskl tino difficult' in Mta tasselag m "Bears Too?" *• %  ; < ; li, • ,, J* Aid In ui-raiilun* WITH THE I'-S SEVENTH INFANTRY DIV. IN KOREA Private* John H.-mpneck a""' braced for the when I trip flare went oil in front of the outpost. of Murderon FRANCE. Tue*dy lx-un Mt-ur.-mt and M % %  I Un who escaped from th. u %  % %  Churchill Holds New Year's thy. Parly U.S. Troops l'a\ 111 \ll\.llicifamilies of any Chinese soldieis %  "' %  A dark form POT* down on khc Ml ^ Sund8 WW arrested thi xnole and leaped across trie mormng a R nm cr.ivai, seven mil it. As tlM'v aim. ." %  __.„.. ...'._ ...... .. i asst it* by falling into "Allied hands i.ipuir."i lurrwncwr. As suit Chinese Red soldier* about •d :-m placement. clr gun they saw It b'H \li\n rlQTBS ruwada] froal Jan I. in a '. : Churchill rnrMle i.> New York 'hat pa n icked Red troops inn ml conferences with ihlnkiattack ABOARD QUBN MAItV i rsaaj KI N MR. OLI I \ % % %  • u bl M pkanli i i' fl Will !•' 0VC1i I,, defenn • >r East aher a IkUkai n of Malaya' items :— %  %  th B l."00 kMa than two vears. : M ublend Mai.. ad people Into -' %  ( .inch \' | Secret. l'n:ini In gn aiterpl to ^> i v,. UaCM II . ; %  '.I. ChW I'irt Hi' plan ibw| %  No* Vi-nr And today outlined . '.--ISM :mi \\ \K He ansitl i iri. bandit* tin it i rhew reot Mad liainmu are urfjaj nOTVOTtOMi Villages Uv from tkfYoi so n — H barbed ertre, and bettei 11 not proposed 10 military strength .\, Brllaui'i tight the ntcreased To Mothers who cannot feed their babies t Vn'i worry !Cow*smilk can be prepared soihai thcyounitest baby candigrit it without trouble. The addition of Robinson's'Patent Barley prevent* ISC miil tby stomach*. making ir CJ\ (bf tludeiscal dsjssivi organ-1.> Jo their work : i-t.rloodslatcr m lite I lut -win i. i.ir-c* and mothers alwsvs use Robinson's I".HL HI Harlcv. %  -. ROBINSON'S •PATENT BARLEY They peppered It with rifle 11r> mo prisoners are destroyJjjjj JJ^^tlJb^^^Sjffi^ confessed Russian spy and" his ecu V,7,,, r i ^^,.g'eVTflnT7rew "t Uteirisefvee rather than enfSff*tt-*JrEX* !" ^5y male were arrest.d bv the |.v .,1 danger their families. irs iflrw —r.p. lOO !.ir." —t'.P. Aneptam. KINGSTON nt the Ranee ComTrucking Down Spies rexli< east of Doulene* Max liille. the Picsld.m Tmmi,,, celebra'cxi New under... The thin Examining HafUtrata inretUatyer*s Tuesday in his private nuns along th horn be> apc announced lust be.„,„. ..board this luxury)DMI mldsUght In the lore 11 a.m. that Meurant. a selftlie Vit m ,in.api.inttncnt of the I 'war'although t!:<'uiiese going i grenade """'' -''"-,'" %  '•?• "7of "irWi II Mt* rknaajd y ""• lunat %  l id "We m Ukeabou. KV "" ; d K ,h '-"" h *•"" *W taUrtkW a* 'J" 1 '" '" 1 w bby u^ a ... "wwht aooeoeched DUI th* •*; tig %  Meu nt %  '"'•'l* ^SS> W* ""^ tn nl 1i *^ m '* Z7L cr--" • — --T^_ Ltiunt was scnteiiced to deat.i u i t „ „ W ri,.,me In 152 with >sdloe-i ri-nti meagagi liu Counlnt Mouul. S.ul He huIl hlU ,„ VI rt „|| m cra l. Chalon and Courtln w nowncRl lu> ,,,.„ .;,„,,., „. „„,, .„ i, i " la death for in. mr*r of • farm„„„ .„ k hr „ r ,', k ,„ wrt ,„ Mc n and h Iwclv.-yrai-old ....—, .,„.„_ JV# ..,.„ mM— „ .„, t claln pd *n. dnuhur, Mrur.mi and Ccdfftln nui-u-i* >f lh<> jjil for tiwio HOSTON u,an ,wo ho,ll ;,f,cr ovcr P ower %  *'' %  Fill ,.ol,-l.,llho aid onaxi.'il, ln lh '' '""' ""''; J r tha dtclIU* Uka by „„.,„. .,„„.,. „,.,., ,,„H abo In %  IMUl Ijtl b.nin.1 dnrWd for aubmlnlon 'SSLala, aooul oo ,S.""" "" "' ; '' 2 Ships (>\rrdlle (no 1. A \ 11 1 u 1 sir... Ranee Report Accepted .,, n-r and a. on.ral pa.lv m Pjj OCOItOCTOWN, Jan 1 11 Waleott. Ilurbou rj to all weeaesi in Iba CaribtaeJij %  ,kc a sharp loOsMMt i"i two nweoi veas*ai rrai I "Ulur %  I' 11 r 11 i..d with rice cargoes. The vea%  1 loft Oeorgetosm on Dneui* 1 (•• 2W within four hour* of gsMsl other unit hirva MI rwaeaed TtiniI ... it eutletj iv felt H the laqulppi i >Mth I.UIK nd i'.t.i aw a ttei bag been retlM C.nihbeai, the beiln short ly -t'T ^ ihji*.sla\ ia Gun liuttlv In Ixmailia House Of P be held in January. Meantime inter-Cariblx-ap dls"**• cussior.. i the holdP*up*' [lg ..f 1 c.,i i,t-.iii Federation Conferc: • %  i the meeting scheduled for London in Mld-ifsz. ii ... 1 .. i. L %  Ho"ui rioti .i driven meet all types ol —u.r. Id give Courttll ten th-.us.nvi f, 11 ,nit leave him t-> hi* [ata Itter is U "tdinaty nmrNew Ycat* derer." hmatlii Firing Pineapple Factory .KINGSTON £7">0 Cruiacrt To B.W.I. Director 01 BeG. Pulilic \\ ork TinBrttksfa spokesman ^.ii 3— LONDON KINGSTON lea Jan 1 <"" <**" "fe SSSV USl vVhk"I-.M ui' oprrnl.'d by II..n.vf had aincc bl„r. the „ %  •„ m£" ,... %  ,,•,.,. Knl..l. fjJJ „„ ,„,, U ^S,.,„.hav.,hccn ap.oin,. „ ol i. r ^..etlon. X^TtiAi the. „r.o,„ .^ %  •„—-JJ. ; | ,.i. .,II the "OOf^'s^b^JSwotk „f rehousiiiD Bowii 1.%. i ;" %  % %  od and the plant should be con— .g lor thr cr\iise. but most ra' dtKtIon is to start in Septen ,, ,,„i f^ou. Some, In the meantime Governrn. |p lilkmi part lo the psnr-nrpif uwue, llilM .... ,K ,.II ,, ih ;,, v 1 "" ilnt.sh.-B.t'.P. log and production. Read EM at :>•< %  RighUi AJ DKJ h id an* BELGHM* .,,!,, | The aitnistry ol Hi r t itei toi biplai attack* d Klm| need a N< % %  feai iinut doing anj %  I04g iiiiliHiillflail Fedei >i | :, •, tn believed Lo include many ihe runwaj ind base n loot war criminals an irea al Klsnpo IVotB one KM Oetholu pate el %  %  brMed the *-" %  CAIRO, Ja* I etjan luck rear' Bee ...... prw-wat ertUi Tuesday btosM T„ American t'.' i ind eeenBH gowns iay quiet In i ii e the Itind even %  lew top bate were aswri OUblf "P*'l on tbo dear, ai I I omn tins once drnl. t uiiiiininist c.pt anal Zone. that ree #ere knocked down ,,i —V.T. Urit^li auUioritics Bald then At U,. i time in were no casualties on their side utr dI -.^_— and then.-.%  •> Information l*tw•"'_ V *^ IW' MstMirfu-r tOKDON. i ., | % %  .. i. II lust i B. .\; i ch< i IL, haa been inpolnted L memoei of the Coeonlal Develt'orporation. tt s ani Load i. sn Hugh, %  well-known consHiiing esktlheeri i act) %  < Coa%  lenet ii .• the H '" bra "rortM during the wai —a u.r. Crash! Bang! BIRMINGHAM, Sugar Tax 600.000 TON CROP? a in mi t .. nd e broke nut afterwards. Premier Muatapha N.iha* pasha 7,y ud Ocnei i 81i Brian Bcasert%  ttn, Brim,i Middle Fast Comi, mander held talks ..fterwards. Robcrts'i;i who had ^ ducted rorndentln' talk' with Prime Mini Churchill again BFFT estpwwBd !, ' to leave tinCaneJ Bone, Mahas 1' %  II' ... TUA \ KS R ill. .ml i.'ili'ii'"itli M tfcen fea hon ool mill tfeah she H 41 i-.nil...un.1 to re gkere ItM %  BasflHaaaBnV in M i r*o// no HkHud tt'... %  | k \fi.l li.ta fluiii.,.|iai.k ud dnnl .. boon (."ui.... II [Oil ll .cry ..I you'll I' | apply, d ],i,.l I...* lur H pnsi W I /' / /( V |;W YOHK J.n LONDON England. AJW^Uf %  ••* %  j ,,,.,,,, %  lrtlrt crop will p> Jan 1 HdiiKOufl.oiiO tons of sugl %  British eireui k> i \. ANA. K ration, aceordlog to rateel TDMOV nDlt/cDQc.TPIk'r let president So. of Cub., has^,,, ., %  h ,fl n - MU TRUCK DRIVLRb b I KIKtlist nieht The i: i i-.miscd to ask % %  .-. to '"'-{Vrop an a a Wd. Although shstftkAOOti ad P^w a tax of MX cents on each Mlll ll jSgtbkined h ovef hjj chair WI of wg. Cubn tha,, h %  „ it is up to -%  ----^ ^ t w to shoot D de-down io puv for the nutionalisjition of h ,. ,. u -i>> HaaiucT..-. I1 '"" the ni.t.^-owi, i ihut.ti Hi.vi.n-. beet m arocen whcgetelera In i ^.'h^d Railways, according l., ."fnclals r ,. r,,,td KInrkmi prudu.vd T*L. rtair cullaused ^ >d Cuban Railway Broth7O4.J0.'. tons of sugar, equivalent ,7 ^,,? otT acSSita.ly. I Who have seen the to „ ^ving of $gO.O00.O0O chestra lead. Hie tax would also currency. Tlu"•ar 1 1 20t) bullet i IX v. in ttie \PS H be used to bu; e*|iiipmcnt and to n i H ht well be worth t70.000.0O0. iS taken lo hospital. % %  • U railway debt. —U.P. t..and to think—an hour apo he was doubled-up with indigestion!' %  %  crease dispute, %  i.iHKI liuknarci penrkml store* and mUureata .i,., .„. iippll d WiUl dry staplr %  i.-l glKXlsaleis. by the whoiei iWORLD SUGAR WORKERS TALKS afORJC. t ,K,II Iron RICO ..nd a dieting in New York I %  world coritsareace of sugar ttei rrving Will IM> put befoie Hie i Ihe internetKnel ConI —HI T. LATIN-AMERICAN FEDERATION LIMA, Pern -i n %  on Tueei in ,i reeolution urged i ." sound Latin-Ami Btatee on the of % %  f--'> rat • %  •'" lion prope i %  Bi oatet Artur i, ,.,,,,. W bo aid that lo--' %  "" ,anger of CommUOtst t| % %  ,.,,. dm irgcd Btmlli 'CPi 3ERGER PAINTS AT ALL HARDWARE STORES C.ARDINF.R AUSTIN 1 CO., LTD.— AKMIII MORE Cough Relief! Bach soothing ai-J J. Vkks Cough Urop dry.^^it %  u^l ^ mtrnbraorsfocllto I ^ full minutes. .* Swifl relief fiom aficrmcals discomfort is given by 'Doha' —it rapidly neutralizes the esjQM sunnuch-acid. MI uften the cauw of ihe irouble. Prepared in handy onc-dosc envelopes, each Dossl is sufficient 10 restore healthy actJ balance. It's made in ncwder form H be taken m water so as lo act a-^ ^ more quickly and thoroughDolsa RESTORES D1CEST1OM Cut rt an I /.";'.' it lit/p in lwmlinf> f otind heal of tltcir fnvn accord e. hen they are kept free from the Ming itfeal CWtC septic UuTcCtifMI* To keep wounds in the healthy coftdltsOfi for hcaUngi surgeons have for years relied upon 'Dcttol'. This ruthlns des•flOJPwl <'f Rcrmt* is oon-poisonotia, gtntlc and safe on human tissue**. While it disinfects the wound,'Dcttol* leaves the living tflgusJj undamaged M continue the natural processes of safe and rapid repair. DETTOL THE MODERN ANTISEPTIC 9m • M : snd qusru el (SMra fUa *rt pxxlud *Kh J.> l> ir^ ite*** •!>* IM. n i UnoM -.11. M-Jr P Si k eradilD striiaS re*" ' %  • .icfnni ly, rapidly reaching the •tomach walh *nh it* soothing, neutralizing lolulwn. IndienliM Ihsarasai HiaDbsve lk. OAfUsA* s* gCOwl they.c nMb .r-o<*'^ wlthA.s t da;^ugb^caking fcn^red^ptsofVKssV.poRub v/*w//^#y// ^/ aaf4oae. | T O-DAYS NEWS FIASI | , > %  < w .t HIM M ill bind WMV : %  -% % %  %  %  .:: % % % % %  .'. %  • in r • ll.rm.-li.ally BMM I I". •> Bniulilfil in DNIS" • AIIM.-.I (i.liiiiil • ricomimical tu Opcnl* • r.-Yrar (iiiaranl.-..t.v KX1.I.ISH i:i.i.i• inn ie-fi> in: i IIH.III i run I IItlSII SIIII'MIM ItllllM HI.IK\TI.Y >1,\\VI\. A HI.. I lll.-AttriiU. I I38S



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rvr.i rr.ru B\RB\nos \nvor.\TF. rr.inw IASI ARV t IMI 8\RB\DOS^AI)\O(*TE TIW War Asfaiitst Weeds BOOM IS ON I • lh*..'! Friday. January 1. 1952 I KM 1). SWrf ( % %  IN Workintt Toi(ellier THE NEW %  Oliver Lyttettoa contained bora than >:\r. It Wl 1 .ml uiiuly.si.s i| til" > jH-ndent M's from nvemberahip of the Coromon wealth and %  tooking forward lo UM future benefits which will derive from workin, adult uniti of that Commonwealth. Mr. l.yuelton WIMIV DOtad the admade m Colon during i lapsed %  tarjihlp ol State tor the Colonial own. Bui he wi i body m the United Kini;diVn wanted T* tent with what bad been again (bai that iln-rr 15 no imj^rtjnt difference ol principle between the Labour and Conservative parties on Colonial poticj Hi justly underlined the (act thai a >' alive administration prepared the first Colonial Development and Welfare Act which was later implemented by a Coals' turn go v ernment. But Mr. Lyttclton did not make the mistake of speaking, like so many theorists do speak on colonial affairs, In the clouds. He was not analysing "i pointing out a path to be followed. He took every listener in the Commonwealth and Kmpire Into his confideruT He v\\ > in the adult tones <•( %  lather inaafclng to his grown up sons that the United Kingdom intended to pursue BJ1 BCtive policy >•( development In the Colonies thai arlll lead to the Increase <>i material living amoin: colonial peopu-s. deapite 'he [ad that the United Kingdom is BtS %  under the burden of financial difficulties due to the necessity for rearmament Rearmament is necessary to save peace, and without peace the British Commonwealth could not enjoy material prosperity The Secretary of Stale's references to Malaya were especially noteworthy. Hi' spoke with sadness of the evils which hud fallen upon that beautiful counary which possessed resources capable of giving all its people a really high standard of civilisation. That desired end was not brought about because of the existeno In Malaya of a relatively smalt number of CommU* nisls. who were concerned with promoting hatred and with retarding the I1.11 moninis development of the couotry Mr LytteltOD did not gay that Malaya's blttSfl e\|nences ought to serve as a warning to other colonial territories where liatred and selfseekini! triumph at the expense of communal welfare. But he was speaking to adult members of a Commonwealth, where leaders and men of affairs are quite capable of taking lessons from others. He was bowevar expUdl In emphasising thi vantages thai marnberahip <>f the British Commonwealth offers lO thOM who work together. And lie showed that these adv.iiitages would not he mereselti.t to be clutched at selfishly for*what I would bnnj; to then reciplentl The I est advantage of all, be pointed out the knowledge to be gained from tin that by working together partners in the British Commonwealth of Nations would be setting an example to a world where peace can only exist when nations work together. Mr. Lyttclton made no reference to the gem-1' 1 luded between the United Kingdom and Commonwealth SUgar producers nor did he refer to the concessions the I'mted Kingdom has made in the direction uf freeing Canada's trade with the West Indies, but he did mention with appreciation the Labour Government's generou c to Jamaica for hurricane relief. gjvan then he was choosing not to SD> phasize benefits which derive to depei territories from then SaSOCiatlon with the United Kingdom but insi... still suffering the effects ol the Iftftl hurrlcane. The New Year inasaage ol a Secretary ol State for the Colonies in 19. r >2 would have been, for historical reasons alone, a message of special Significance, since II is made at a period of crisis in world history. Mr. Lyttclton has performed his task with the dignity of 1 Ing to of patronage or superiority. On these foundations of confidence and goodwill it is possible to hriild tively In 1M2 .1 structure on which the West l of the British Comi M\ In working together for themselves, tor the C wealth and for the peace of the world. \hc mn Mated products of a In prr-saakv g*ncweeding the td S'.-.j.rd solvent, used f-rmer em*ifa*s *'Nd Mads. in paints and varnishes and for C VM present in th upper soil, to irj .leaning. These f mr oils l p„ tut early. When the wl nw -'".rmiged l.ul ^hile ihe froa> ttstlll %  *" In DM Riodhd or prili^p* noi even plant rrl.aives— par^d^. Uw weed killer is -BUTDO BE CAREFUL rslty^injhr "durt*J Concurrent with ihr research at -Wi ^ luv Vaeding %  U may prevent the promptly Unwnee weeding is irrigated farmland by conlrulling f snotsturc In Ux A Prosperous New Year TO ALL M. MiuCOI.I. KM Iriat of W. H iJichman who ru| 1 nil*, test* .1 -he u BI %  a %  %  %  Ms -orhuarfli He '" %  • lev.d the ^anic reMiHi and where tl I to report hli find"• -rnc-un table-arowmi eei U er'oi -,.. %  nHns of 1945 the work M"hd'. be WH prfxS, D.n -nat aprayi... was .levelthe people about the economic outlook for f i"ad under gimip of county agritultural oped at the Delta Experiment 1 JQJ2 %  nd-Laaae ..nan^-mem in extension agent. In the State of B'.aUOff in the southern, cottonI y On. f than 00k a s tn| iit.tr of Missusippi. Says Secretary of Lommerce Charles UM MUoasjsittnJiieh quantity of one ..f 1 ae weeds and crops on g shoa nf exper s lake to lhe ra dio,tO tell will continue good next year But he warns: "There is a great danger that the American people will get excited defence, must to .'.. .... mmw % %  -' ..*.*.,—...vw> itu wiuiuiir ii< urinjf in? (uo'iit. i 1 wr'o'-' it "T. w ", ,k ' ,he "v m *i *•* it effacuv* on iibuu' the pinch and the cost of %  l^:k %  •Ith.t .hey w,ll no, do wla, ,hy knn the ntm " •b .;„h .iVAiary nd dirwllo.u.1 "* p "" !* %  tfc ..,1, ,.-[ lu it U in raited i>. Then there is Leon Keyserhng, one of "t 1 "'?'."S? 1 1 ,*" '""TSI *' %  '" -'• u,1 •"""" " nu %  '" Truman's cloreK economic advisers: "Pricra •> rth and hn thr I r> lnc older platila are well ,._,,., . l-lants tu.hii ilk.i..rr'iv and >ni> ^, talaprayi llaye nigh r yes—but then so are incomes And 1 American people have a higher standard %  lltad during WofM Wi linii tried H oui on ,i carrot .rop .pi II. Their, t.a the SrM n-iie Pie farm near ,he University .pi ...ml machine which sprays were ro atna>in lhal h.jher than the Drat Inch ol .' aaBlnst sna more than 100 farmcis wen" lo eotton plant's mem, killed the Ml near Salinu <}?."'-LI. V. !^ 'Z-SH^HH • • %  '• *" lh " '"""'"• i h ""' ;nik %  %  an failed to l,v,n, than a. any previous period ,n the under .urn,,,. :„,„„„', history." Th. result of U '.Z'—iT* ,V,.'7 Michael Di.Salle. the controls boss, comes w. itlmnmgly tj^n w'li. Jn imnunllale itm uiem for bare) -,,,.,, r. i.in.m. themselve. an in with "America is engaged in the greatest % %  -T m K" ''"" "-' '""" %  ... ''"" % %  '"• *"• """'"Ulory. md we need Cornell been dlotated: by nece,„lv In a.imueh danw tcifood an, n,ie „,„„„„, r „ m t„ diffWultie.. (fnlbjd State, the tendency '"£ !" i\*2 ,^ ,f ",i Thi.mah the work of some Can.,„„ a ,d |„,cr fann.. operated 1 'SSL ^SnT*£"Vm'r SS sclent,..,, it ... know that fpw r p^p. Bu .„„. incea, Atmnst e host of Proutum 'I.. r. only weapon* before this unheard-of-method of ipil v ,al possible. Maehines were avaUab:mmediately cease photo plow< ^tow OWi eulUval — %  :}*"> "}*"" re .,-^. flna harvest a crop. Bu' I „ A^SLSSK oured keraSM known as rtove IJJ^^lT \LA atuTis unknown, hand pulling wis necessary, wh.. oil. und emd U--n applied by a !" .,-,'-„ .,u„ iimi in Dlant* frei,ui't.tly made the coat ol rce< l sprayer who hired '^^ ^mve petroleum SeateentVol JimtT thSBSll^Oth-T CO out to local rroweni His nsmt-or *^ pht,to,vntheM. resptr..ti.. of pndueUesi combined. to*^ny^^Jr*^ft SL^^^^S **? f* !" l *?* known. but thai Inspiration ^v V? didThl-the researchBOttOO wttk S peti-il.um produc hanatd the course of the writer. ^^ ,' !" ^ ar MPtod "* a Siuonal %  >?"" SeriaS Whteh ShSsT totSSij J ~d. 10O p,-r rent. mhan.iIn asrlcultbre, who saw „,„„, K-M .„ %  ,i,mon latlon of cut ton srow'nf b.i-i . m Held foe ..urieultu.a &* nU h n in -" mon phy.ici.lly jwwible and comm chemicals opening up and tI WMS („uiiil th.t ragwei--.. a ctsltj prartieable. It is e>tuni.;*.-: .f ., weed-con tro ihemical control of weeds. m gtrons resistance to petroleum. mM hod. inclu-iiiis the thna controls to stave off Inflation." This is quickly scouted by Congressman Clarence Brown, veteran Republican (antiTruman Government), who lambasts all controls, and says the people will be better ofl if there is a quick end to "deficit financing, waste, and foolishness by those in power." MAYOR'S DAY OFF IN STL'RGIS. South Dakota, they are minus the mayor, the police chief, the head jof the fire brigade, and the city attorney. 1 All these posts are held by 31-year-old Mrs. Kaihenne Soldat. And Mrs. Soldat is right here in Washington, attending a convention of 500 mayors. HIS (OR HKR) MOVE imouBI ibey ongnuily siwnu.il wit'dins but dor* not affect ,,, and chrysanth.-mums Al , It thus was a sclcctitfS p.-ved resistant w the conclusion f l l l.r.vad-leiived weeds in Wi reoched mat probably any SsMi of wheat, oat1 *, rye. and plant having these n.nur.il oil cells ruday, only -'v. : M WSUM in lawns. WOUld ri-slst %  p-troleum weed pioneer spraying of the Caltfor.ua Cornell University in-iiigurBted killer. However, no more plants of carrot tttld,petroleum Is on* Of in r : i M Ct, using commercial importance which three chief chemical weed kill. : s. ttove oil flrsl of all, nlthouah it ireii of this lype could he found, eaeh successful in its own l\ Id •rai known that it could be no [i thus was clc tr that, if the useAlong; with petroleum, the grow.n more than ii starting point, fulness of petroleum weed killcm regulator. a,4D. und a group ol because It contaminated the cro p wu „ [„ i^. extended any further, it organic compounds called dlnitroi. SrhUo it was killing the weeds v <,uld have to be through learning ftrsl used to France, provide 9t Meanwhile, many samples of how lo y^, lnem M f c i y among parcel tl %  farmer's chemical ,,LL, "d from pantoestapt osops. This bacaias. fas we .pone in hia war aga oinpnnse*. ninny jrt obtevUvc <>t many research proIt is no, improbable that US pf~ ^yVu'ra? oniu'c^of'anTmds ^ "' W**! MCU ni ,,, ,ll *"" ,i "* b v i simme'wL; tri.^I ,K >rt\rX Vn,ic 1 StaU s A * mult thrw that canoi field oul.MitI tfTSEggilrt? weadTasU """'""" tschmque. were devel|M4 may one u..> o.n,.tr. menhoutM Some samplss ** ,l d pre-emergence weeding dl-Some diiy, thai mtilUSI knltii i.i-iWifi w.-etla nor earroti. recttonal spraying. and premarked, "farmers are going to Othen kill.-.! both. Before the harvest snsidlna. None i* i umspray n n| "'' •>> %  on ,no ground to end of IM4. however four provernal method of weed control, but kill weedthan tbej DU lu**''' wen' found ttfblch were each seems well .-.uited !<> certain tore to operate mechanical CtllUlenul '" weeds sod bartnlSSi to crops or certain growing condivators." % %  Two sstre kerosene and tiona. (AGRlci'LTlRE-Reseaivh) (inaiT: From I'oison Dart To Ain'sllit'lir A | m.il| .4 i.i ii|i'l."i'll *nioni ll ...rld' %  Clrnlnl". IhU Mouth Amu hail dim %  irriltnln-.ild junsl* ,>. >ui. bntnw %  Mum lo I M.HI COMMERCIAL AMIKIl.t Curare, desav drug which has been known and USSd BST ftSD. b] smiii. Ainertcan Indians, used hj pbystclSDa end surgeons around the world to rein-, e Iniinau pain and From the iiiack. punaeni syrup with which the indlani In i"..f tlie Amazon poisoned the Upa of their arrows and darts In kill small animals and birds. %  i lOaated the activf, ( HI I IIIM) |t. .".! dan* i Now. usually com-. bined with other drugs, it is used Operating, rooms throughout %  irorld. Until re> one of the ..-.. iil% of surgery was the frequent III effect *>i sneanssni. rillsssntlalstratlon of deep ... often caused cooipltfoUowlna surglcul opera* luses bock, depres si on, Rs> over] me isstousl> delayed, even If no significant harm was dOttO Suiti-'". HUM ssaned alwayi to avoid deep anet.the.ia. Unfotlun.ilrK. ,i .1 iieeesssr* bu one simple I'IMI h uncoWciou* un'i % %  rwtlent %  'in.niied rigid, trfi'ie so that for i of rigid nusetea %  .... curare used i tion with cyclopropane ethei a % %  %  injected tel) after the pauent li .< i escepi uSoas controlling taspli % %  %  . %  • i afull) hut lightly while %  Miraoon t.> m ik P as Inati lea of li-.iiiiinum size in.. Uaii) believe thai cycibpropane %  i M.o.v doeton Und curare ot of poUoa doea n-it cure DoUomyellUt, or fight the win i.ir.ny thn %  li iiM-ir i buiidii : i>f prevented by miwsaglnj and muscles. Curare may be used to relax the spasm in the uffcetc! inuw-les and thus tit make poasiblo then manipulation without causim; %  ,i. ..i.;.. Other USSB fi>r curare include: lessening, lae leverttj .-r convuu slons resulting from tetanus t or lockjaw, a foi in of infection caliiing muscles to contract tightly; the treatment of diseases of which muscle spasm is a feature, the relaxation of miu>. %  .i%  lo i limit the insertion of instrument* '"i examination of boay G ivttiei The everyday use by physicians .•nd surgeons of the various curanfoim products now available mark* curare rs no longer an experimental curiosity. Only a few ..ears ago. however, when the public Hist be.-ame aware of it. curare was u thing of romance awell as a 'inlracle drug". Sii Waller Raleigh, famous British navigator and explorer, is credited with taking t„ Europe the BrM %  peelmsn of curate m I5B5. it srai DOl until the late IHUO's that anything of any importance was known nbout curare. The difficulties facing toveaUsators vatra sol primarily scentiflc. Tin|u*t .mild Rot net the drug or :. basi c insradlents. Most of the South Aineii.au Indians themstives did not know what they were using. The mgrtM %  the inetnods of preparatinn were . ed few individuals. Hundreds of in itsMe. irateWna n batch brewed, in 1812. n.-w.-vei. S Sto b l iS h Sd that curar.* Milled by relaxing bivslhing ntus11. -.. UM 1 Inl %  %  bi thej 1 sss* acting Shortly thcivafter l:olamsls began to identify and classify various curare-yielding plants. The great French physiologist. Claude Bernard, studied the effects < f the druE and localized its action .tie point of junction between Bernard demcurare by some inaaown process tamporarilv interrupted DttrveHnusela ImputoM Bo that a state of complete relaxation f. il t because of the sho.t %  Upply, however, another 75 years went by before pr rial ass was made with the drua In 1933. Dr. Harold King, of the National Institute for liesmrt-h In L-" %  Of curare • | been 'a the museuss'i uossessien for many years. From thu jyce*men he succeeded in isolating th active chemical ingredient. insubstance which I named d-tubocurarlne chloride. Meanwhile, an American, Ric! ard C. GUI. while in South Amer ea had actually tried the fndi.. curare on himself und had be* impressed with its action. He tool; to the Unite*! States various spec. n.ena nUiblc to *. %  IMI. SclentuSj are continuing to work oa curare, and nan compound* have bucn dSMOvered One of tin m already has been made available In doctors; U has atVOfS] pardyzing powers of d-ttiheoarsrlna chloride, but ir '. ia Ifsaet effects on i1 Ll It function* Anothet compoun known as li-chnndocurarinLchl* ide is being investigated. It appears to be many times morei active than the substances now being used but It occin .11' < \tr*i 111 such small PCS know what to 80 With 11 81 II further NbotaflCSS, new formulis. ^ are being Inve itigated constanUy. In this one t Id i!rnc :.. cant promise* r ir further conquest of pain and diea*e. for a longer and happier life for mankind. i Af edtcini'-n ..I.HI In lh Mrr'i I < -••...l.i liairlri .. .oubiia.rL.-d la UM Semes i"iorBuon %  %  ^JL-II. Advocate Stationery / / lessen* to /'Anoir/ef/^e that till your Harihcurv Iissj e a ft neniaii n t/sf SsW fhstSnaef yvar are obtainublul Pilrhvr n, nSnesW Ihr vronomv ami BSrieM of Your wry ptumkm$f i* a guaruntrr of milinfuvlion. May We look furtcanl. Ihvn, lo •ing you in Ihr MVU YMAM ol C. S. PITCHER & CO. VISITORS BY REQUEST HIC;H State Depailment officials are going to press Congress for relaxations In the present extremely tough American laws relating to the granting of entry visas foe foreigners What turned the trick was the rumpus over Dr. Ernst Chain, a British-naturalised Nobel Prize winner, who was twice told he could not come to America even briefly. Immigration men need never givf t'ie reasons for their decisions, and it is only a "best guess" that Chain was banned because he advised the Czechs about a penicillin plant. MAN WITHOUT MERCY THE FIRST Negro ever has appeared the G-men's list of America's ten m< s' wanted men. He is 48-year-old John H.l! from Chester. Maryland, and fie is clt-M-nl by G-chief Edgar Hoover as having ". compunction about killing any person luitiier his own interests." Favouri I weapon—an icepick. DRINK TO THE BARMENNEW YORK TIPPLERS, with Christrr. just ahead, can heave deep sighs of rein A threatened strike of barmen in 950 pubs : off. The men in white coats have a ncv agreement: a five-day, 40-hour week (com pared with 48 hours till now). TWO-TON PUNCH TONY (Two-ton) Galento. who on.-. fought Joe Louis for the heavy-w.i:. championship, may have lost his waistlii but he still retains his punch. At Irw • Peimsylvataia, Tony, now a profrssn, wreattar, was jailed for nine hour fight with a sports promoter. Police lis> four of the promoter's teeth as ml DOLLARS ROLL IN WILLIAM LEVITT, who is building Unpriced homes in "Levittowns" in vario parls of America (the first on Long >la; consisted of 17.500 houses), has had a si; prise. The ncvest Levittown is al Bristol, Pen lylvania. near the gigantic new wuib } up by United Mates Steel. And over l| week-end 200 eager home-buyers each p down a 10U-dollar deposit as a "bimlci ; %  10.000.doll.il (£J,570) nOUb*, I "All that money—and so near Chnsim;. %  aid Mr. Levitt happily. MORE PAY. PLEAS I-: BECAUSE America's furniture and be. ding industry is enjoying the biggest proli' in its history—201 million dollars befoi taxes in 1951. compared with 187 millio last year—the workers are asking for a hell? rise. PUFFING AWAY LOCAL passenger trains are fast disap peering from the American scene. Twit Competition from buses, lorries and private cars; and although everyone sentimentalises over the clanking locals with the romantic names, nobody wjnts to use them any more. "I'm snarl. I gavr Ihrsr lo Da ("Ma's for ytu lo lakf hunf!" DOESKIN by Hun l\V.ini rrhuilum ol England in glorious rolours 58/60' Wide $10.98 MTfi LAMBSMERE A Range of fine and colorful checks in pure Wool loomed in Scotland. 58/60' Wide $10.82 p. yd. Da Costa & Co., Ltd. WHY NOT CONSCiiVE VALUABLE FOOD 1 SIIJIM; -S in IIi in i /i — AVAILABLE FROM STOCK — IIIIIOVIA .V 'o.. Ltd. ESSC llrpl. LUXURY FOODS FOR YOUR Italian Specials ANTI-PLASTO ANCHOVIES TOMATO PASTE KETCHUP OIII.E SAUCE ( iH> HOES Liquors SCOTCH WHISKEY M IIHM.KYS RYI Ml'MMS CHAMPAGNE COINTREAU VIKLI.E CURE GRAND MARNIER CURACO GOLD IIRAI1) HUM Spscial COLD STORAGE ROES .48 per 1-lb Pkne. CARRS BISCUITS KRAFT CHEESE Modern Cleaning Aids MAMMOUTH CLEANSER DETTOL ANTISEPTIC .UR-Cl'ARD ANTICKPTTC PHONE GODDARDS WE DELIVER



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rllDAV UMM1V I. Itg IIAKBADOS AIIMX Ul PAHl. FIVE Labourer Gets 6 Years For Dynamiting House • :•,' penal servitude was passed on Christopher Itill. an ancultural labourer of St James by Q 1. Tuvlm at the Court of Grand Sessions yet< ind guilt) ewlfctf in the sessions of damag>l Maude Best by some explosive i n September 9 After the sentence was passed Hill appealed. ^^ This appeal, it is understood, will be to the Judicial %  n Wednesday %  • ihOW you how dangerous an tn HI -i-kman of CloodU\ id th^i a _. Mr Justice Taylor further told valued MO was n **• %  he should consider himtiotn hts open yard be%  <• %  lucky M he could have killed tweeti 830 a.m. and 6.05 p m ,h 'd woman in the house and b*r 27. would therefore have found himOl ll.igga.t Hull ''" lf -Wore "* charge. i $80, earrings. "' •* %  *• eome to the conclusion valued <1 u Ud %  -sixpence were ,n '' vo i are hard work stolen fr.-m ntl beam ( nave done good work in the 3 am. on Old Sf?ar* t Day and 8 eommunity. but this doe* not pre% % %  Wednesday. A i T of shoes value.! $12 ..icd $18. i shirt I : M-U | l r ol -<'k-..: >l M> and $T in cask were stolen from Stafford OOTtng of Chelsea Road. I a*t (soring sUssed the arvcles % %  -. %  ..,::;* *&j[£jurz MO .:... s w3as sssr jr'stf^'T^ ^ s fzjssra.* : St. George reported that his d, cn ,r(lun ^i c iienriVrMm %  ken and entered Clark* KC Henderson 9 30 am. and IJO p ,„ ft hl ll( Tj% ,„ ,. •''*""• % %  Clarke on a personal bond and surety of t& I.E. PHESEVIS Ml Mil I six!' : | J m \ Illl (iO\i:R\OR. Sir Alfred Savage, prewnu I m-d.il lo l .!-!*• < %  ( Hie Alliance Kraii. .IIMde la Bar rude The mrd lwire from eibr Of I'jr.N In ihr trnlrr Is Mr K Turkrr. who was also prrscnied \A\ M.t .i \I1...1I. I 4 inrdjl HeJdfl IVtsfiil.d To Mmnbet* Of .iliuiioi* Fraiicaftfte .Is I %  %  %  %  In.' %  —Mi i %  a pr :• \ large ai %  %  IU 1 %  nal from M helped Association i,. estah! : % %  %  usju n" ("ii Ui ul MII Kxt.utive Commute II .ill tim> .itTor.l% %  [. %  %  rial —hllsnce withmit whlcb I i Seal impossible I. i. HI \ on th v* HI k %  >f 'i \ riiN In reeognlUon -f the vei1 'i dnesi of the Pi BJ giaj lo fou %  r ..vk M-U hB as M h< I'U. The food v family iliwss >J dkturj A tile added to .r.ll, lii jar : I oi..l c 4 ex., .. Kiilhiisi.i>ni vent me from sentencing you to a long term of imp-. Mr. Justice Taylor said Ke-trial Postponed Festival Of Britain Photos "Show Boat" On Show At Assembly Hall At The Rocks %  The Tn Dlfhl Hnrible M: JlaM I L stolen. Boys 1 <;iiiil> Qpoaed VI St. Cecilia %  arlM lUO failed |.. Hgrre on whether or not Clarke was liinir. ol breaUoi the shop of A. Blenman on June 15. 1061 THE EXHIBITION OF PHOTOGRAPHS „f the Festi1 toc£ COMTSMU featu.. val of Britain, which was shuwn at the British Couucil ""f* '""'''" •' Blm "SHOW last month, WHS on view at the A.ssemblv Hall, :ipeihts!: OAT !,""" I "'"i"''i" 'i la town,from Wedneed.j TheAseemb^, H.iii w.n be thrown % Citt^tfitlKt open in 'ho public every day until Saturday from 9 a.m conductor will IKCap*: C 1 to 11 a.m in the morning and 12 noon lo 4 p.m. in the Raison. evening for them to have a look at the manv photographic M,, .!*" SftSLfa .?"V prints tlVal I'h'.itiir 1 night •' Paul*! on % %  % %  an 1 "t..graphs of l scul^.i ty i.ight IUM :nat were staged in. raUval Tbi 1 MasmDly 1 "in shu 1. itmctinsj jroung 1 I.AKtMl Hlllf. f Upper Carllon. St. James, >> jn Wednesday remanded on bait 0 which wal until January 16 by Di*tn.i ^ Ualkeith Komi. ( rONCDCT IIVKHTI'IUE OHhert .ud H, TTv Ulkmdn. ; n j it •< l In lulls : batch of WMter3> MMhaeJ Mas de1.uned ai rfospMal Xsierda) sftoi he u-11 (um the 1 motor lorrj ., along PaaaassM •da ll togi, iuMI Val keCorox 11 %  h Iwa/i IDSM %  1 rn %  si.ii cumin l *nd tnSteal Fnincal> ol UM Alliance Ftai.1 iiiin being. \ % %  .:, ..' ;r„. -.-,. %  lugnsb i ici • Pr s sl dem "i UM AIII ..1 he has made an Inval hrlbuUoB ti> the mrti tUSJ of this asaoclMloi. in reesfulilon "f this del %  %  rou Hi 110 -Minvite you to accept ir> medallsoB.* 1 Arter the itresenratiim. a fll. 1 u Vincent* 1 was showi. I ill 111 wluth %  mk of eharny, iueeburuu| n* In %  :. omed 11 • and hh arils ud wish. him Hi MARINE HE THE VITAMIN B [JCRKt GIVES COOKING IXTSA ccr;., ej th0 fUVOUR A Boys' Club has bet 0 jn the old building on tl.c grounds of St. Cecilia Barracks, numlier td llovs' and Girls* Clubs Barbados to 15 St. Cecili. CASE DISMISSED alH.Ul 3.30 u.m. the \, .irae. Belle Is charged wir' tnu ln bod,l >' l ri Ihrofn • %  ~ dangtrou* driving on Decembei J belle was driving E—IS, a van >f rfNAi iT"'-" si Mlehael %  DM 0SJ Cumrj.ibatch sustained Mr. G. B. firitnih, Acting Polvs tl) hi* back. lies Magistr.irc ,.[ Dutrtet 'A" Pash'iie Road Thit brines tho %  ve5l ""' ll '>' dismiase.1 w.lhout pieAllan Pile of Cva Mill St. ludlce a case of larceny brough. Michael -u-ia.ncl InJufMi to his f' !" **"" against Stella lhinv of linthajad when h" fell liotn a m-.tor ts -y e r-old Gloria Cadog.m headflUSrtaa ol ^ "' %  Sl "*** *> A """'' g** JtVI HUJ Koa.lycs.er*J£M Othallne Sobers Spnngei. inernoon H was taiten to ">jureu. 1 VAiai . .; %  !.. .1, ma Kussc "*tlA!'HHAM. I HI Ml Tlir *UI,.WIH... K... M Han Mvar" %  .. %  nIIT Thr W.iu. rtaiMI A.herley Bros. Speight*tin%  • ; %  the PoUeg Bend The Commissioner t"i I Ihe Advoctle that this Club will in teaching the bOfl music and singing. that In ".ime to ll '*• M^ts5igee^wl0| n.^^. r !" nm n n. .i* m* !" lor tampered v. th. Springer charged Burnett with the U eral Hospilal -in dstenting hei petUcosl which was uunsd VSJued al Si: on August ———— BprhupH said no August 29 she .1, r*1 f abrai locked her house and ict; snd rreigftiers Uisctxargc Largo y; ,is hen she returned she found 'he Cadogan since had here left (o amputated while Sober* sutTeiv from a fractured lelt 1*-*: .n brasions to ber right leg. Bon, Ml ; ."!. .... I llospltl). trom among its mem%  WEDDING XHHBI Sagucnay i'liimnal^' hl fieigiilcis wer in purl y.Meruay FIHHINO BOATS ol BfHKSjhti Ifaj uiKiii.nifiog cargo in Carlisle Bay. town returned lo the llsh marki TOO) WSta the SS. Suaray. S.S. on Wedue'day evening with !• nd S.S Maru dr l*rOn going inside the boill found that her petticoat missing The DtKl das gh. ... Burnett and while they were hunwblt talking she noticed thai the uertnaga. fendanl was wearing her pcthWithin' the la-! three days, coat. She reported 'he matter to these ships hava> brought in this IhS Police. port about 2,500 tons of gcneni The sole witness for the decargo which they loaded at U.K. %  d on Thursday fence said that she did not **e ports and the Continent. The >.M.V.I 1 ,I and he Maria dc Ur BROOKS-CASEY Iff l.l.'yd Brooks, sun of Mrs Ophelia Dnretha Brooks of Bay Street %  I on Thursday It.C Church lo >hc defendant go into Springer M i .laughter ot houw. *"' %  her wearing a i Mrs. A. G CLi-y of petticoat which looked like Springers. 'II.. i.i, iiniiy was performeil ,^^_^^^^_ In f A I i Ui ion B J The given i" marring' by Mr V u Vaughan whll,. the duties of negllllSii hail ti Mr huu : <; Allayns .iti lii-s of flying llsh. They -Id at 6c. each, l*eople had to rush on Tin Aim* Simple Ha than said thai UM > ilnu and obje I Iran ilmpls. Tinv in eviturel onl) %  Id "There u no politH W. gr gathered tOWlhll .in aver gtewsM srnp ,.r Btranftl and unit) unilividcd b) COlOUl ctsed. "VVo gff -nn|iK m;, knowing more .-f the I* I uf lue %  nd ihr Prciu\ rulturt Vho know gsaw Preneh waj <-r lUs, pass It oi ii < %  I'III"We ii...t indfa ition durms lit idvisoi, to UNO gro Wln| ,. llIhht .,.,.., ultimate responsibility N ..,„ „„.,.„„„ u ing with me. if I am omv ,,,., Uattiirss, film ihowi snd talk that the SdVaM ol th< (• % %  Council M Ihe decisions oi the M( ..,.,, „„., .,,„, u ,, Ix-gislaliv.C-uncil aie not. lo „,„,„„ ,,„ h ,.„. ii. %  titIrt-w-id Islandv A.I. rul A'ltigita i .oiiii'-il a> K'" Page 1 TWO limitation* make i| dlflcu lo oparess toe oonetltuUon with* %  .ii friction. The Executive Couuill Hta) "In the interestof god ordei Ife sild that the* had n : order to get some of ihe smaii ***** ,B h ood Oovernment" kll(ll ,„,. |,. l( .., n , Fires Destroy Shop, Canes, Car rtnaga left port 11 i.. i. i in sunni arrived yesterday and wa* not finished unloading. Thi .itcifiiini wag %  with the cersjo from tbeat i thai lishermrn made but OH Wednesday hawkei-. OOUld tnt) %  lake ink) Mi idgrt' n snd Otbai places for Most of the Bp< i:.,. uwts i linn Dshlni The mooring I'S empty of boat: duty tioh > I pOWSn Hi tin .nv I IK'IIIVIngnt %  .. for Bnanetal %  i Aniigii i doSfl 'mt balance her l ... %  ; %  i. %  position Until ilui. Ilnan. • Rich h.oi rallabls 1.1 if books, rnsgastnei %  Pai TALE OF A HORSE CART ;.i.]y dO the Polii eelve report rsg aStd carts D v. S. Scott being stolen However one such) i |j p ( report cams from Gwendolyn Cox of Buckingham Road. Bank Hall. St. Michael. She said that she left the horse and cart, which eontt r potato) si Blacktpfa between „_ 6.15 and 6.35 p.m. on Wednesday. '" She wen away and Tini.. rso i-. valued oo, %  does SB. Fire COniplaifjl] destroyed a wall and wooden shop about 12 X 7 feet at Two Mile lid) St Michael. Lho of Mr yesterday about The Flic Station received the call about 1.25 p.m. but when the Foe Brigade under Major II Craigg arrived on the building was already destroyed. A fire of unknown origin at Square Plantation. St 1 intend ii*' '• d iinii'i" i v %  • %  Council be Hvoa roii.iy. I ask HUH 1J1 the parUn-rfcinp with open minds frr, ,.f %  uapieidn whl< .,, the eui %  In 1C5| Antigua's < iwlss aI .ig< .... . pi, hue ...i.i h alkm „ The Phl,, Pal • bout 83 "'" '* Wednesday burnt 150 hole WORKERS RENEW REGISTRATION third crop rip Of Plantations Ud. The canes wore insured. Labourers assisted m putting out the lire before it could further damage. Motor car E-236, Towardth*end of the vear George Sobers of Farm Road, St number ended the Bureau when i! .aughi lire along Gambcl Hi sJairuM at about i.oo pm and on Wednesday. Ich have been The car |g valued $1800 It is bason Hans of the ihciThis i ,-.-, %  % %  it the) denl il • %  tastai %  are ho) • ,,„, ^jj Chu-: i -start in %  future, bun mornings and us early a. I o'< I fe '',"'''" ''" '\ I boats arc reftrtning lo ,hc mark* "" •"""" vjl "' '-""'"" ith ftsh. uATrMHCTc ucui Fishermen say that around tits MOIOKISTS NEW unw -f ih.*eu the* have YEAR RESOLUTION verj careful hw they asU Colonel It I MlClMUn, > omwindu gusty .,1,,,.. • II i oi Polios lold .he end thej ssa cboppj ni.it he would like they i >.ii"' flying I I mo.onsii. to adopt tlie following plentiful within anothei art New Year Resolution: Draw up two. ,. ,i %  .,IK-HI the idof %  I..\ I'" VI ' %  • %  I %  offenders OUJ street* and loads District w f" Police MartialU ow .-irough already and Mr S H Rung during the we-ik f !" "^ !" b> UII thuughtleiiMieas of some Tlie highest l\n* was S3.SO %  %  iI,.,ii lien,, llopr of Bastard 1: Is )uit as easy to draw up near All<-> St PatSl % %  •.IdewaUt as it Ito park pay within SCVI 1WU frOBB it' va> convicted on a FIRST STANDPiPE Ti AT KENSINGTON """ S?W The Sanitary Cons %  '* LVV" gal %  \ir i> Qu*oli V; Moiiiiil Bospifssl i h Children si Horn Black it.-k und %  i Mi llarald Ho Mug • :. Una grail • red MenUI Ik ital. I: "..I I inprogTamms wa i uvt i -in imr.itof the lloapltal u >isting %  u HARRISON'S B'OM, 5 r l\ IIIOIM I I.M. \i lomtiiir THB KINKS! CAB POLISH EVER MADE AI TniiKiTr (oiiiuins V% rUHconge, Mit* minimum amount ensure a %¡ Ul tn IOIIIII VMM IIAIV III IMI III \*. SI \ ..i < OIIIIOSH I SALT AIII \l Tiililill'l I %  • I... 11 il,,Ume wllh hall Itw labour JHSI pul II on .mil wlpi easy as thai and tl ilnlah will lusl fur monthf with atropla waahlnj] with cold watar OsT -Al IOIIIII I %  :" ro-iiAV us so I:ASV AMI SO LOOM \%\I\ SI.till •'!! leoini "SS~ Itflcu ci i2.aii5 bi Danta, r u,...nin... M.> lan, wh..„ un i I i s I .. HARRISON'S H rd ar D p TEL, 2364. siiiiiaiiiiga 1 Just Received — m a fn-sli lupin, ul of 1 PURINA CHOWS beinnes us hin the gr*iil-in-aid of S725.O0U TN.oikti) the new di aft plan thes i rotary "' ^• <' f %  laraed thai Antigua's allotatioi under C i> snd w be in n to 1200.000. miDoaen on There will M %  dl View SI • lnm< uv>ailBg prajacti In ine %  „l 1192 on Jin •'"J"'• %  %  :'"' '" i•' %  „ . BWUB Of Cnlail. SI. l-uov. lulh Vou will 0. .., .",„„ art round iullti „i 'i"--i !" „r Wr.i i,. POl O COMPFTITI'JN BI.I^.1 r,„„s Both „fTr„.,. """""" %  ....r.,.-.... t -ii. .., % %  <•" % %  %  .he l,,..nri.l nd p. Ij, Cl •n pay Ihr %  IUM n dal lull •"•} %  '"l".llon will have Ihrv will undrrit.. M dare' .inAn ." ,u f; ,. n i balm ii.. saw eonautuili may mark Ihe Hirninir no.nt Till IIII.IIV. \1 I IIVIMI. ,.,,„,„, FOOTBALL SERIES DRAWN KIN0STON, r< %  D" lamaKi bf il n %  I rooroall n,at.h II... afu-.ii, IN UM ^-rir-. ,il 1 all an. 1 Il ..V,l — II r K Road. Thii iii,,' II %  .. lo bf pul down alone laa road ', m.,ntha aiB a araac main n. lal I Th %  *. %  Orlran diatrkta, l.boi.rrrs have already due. H. Jason Jones 8t Co.. Ltd. %  %  % % % % % % % % %  .• %  '! about Hva le deep TW ,|„ N „ S .,, s ,,,.,. CONCILIATORY UINUON. Jan. MORL BIRTHS MM more '""ha ui Dlamel "A--S1. The T %  "Ihan'de.^.. eUWrtn horn top Sorialisls imprisoned 29th. in an attempt j 8 g fl • — 'wnnaai w ovennrow the government Th^ n sSJiihl% lh ." '"? W 3M0 %  ** S'P'" Ihe number of deaths was ovt-rthM. .-fa*La*if ar.aa.-i .ii .ai %  i.. Ii ..I liofttf f 1 "" : 1 • ,l %  rrylng Nit repsli Ihe \ eland pipe. %  .... Pii i, ; '' '' %  past brought the island el \,a u I I '""' "" l U dltoflnS nill nor. Died J % % %  %  I."'-. • %  %  • %  ''' not expeoi to resume iheni ntll I am a Arm bOUevei that the i ing British race rse owner ami n f lor ,,,,. irop 11lp dllT.<•.ll(^ .( constltutloa will make Antlgui i In %  special report the okh-r IHMUKT of the movie transportation presents Itael.' to ln-ttrr gnd h.-inpie r pises I I*-' win. ignite, J AithurRank, aged he ((ir irn |,, in „ rr during <*.. %  .. _.. !" op season and so they and srteh von |i work after thr\r-., i n. | n 1952. Messrs llird. I..kr and W flniahed a Terminal Rood .11 I werr appointed Chairman ' Bridge at Rosrohel. s. Peter rommitter. nspsctlvely Died Hi shop gged si M..nslgn-. of Andrla — IF What's Your Colour Scheme? ft ','1 Ir? Make i| ark*) toil like with HMM Kexuear Slie.-ls Ml 100 72 x 90 Kevu.ir I'illoM Coses 20 X 111 C.II.in Pillow Cases 20 \ :l $1.72 Dyad Cottoa Sheelinc in Pink. Blue. tireen. 72 ins. arUa, yd $3.15 M ins. v\ide. yd $3.72 While Cniion Sheelina "II ins. wide, per yd. $3 33 $7.H $7.77 CAVE SHEPHERD & CO.. LTD. 10. II. 12 4 13. BROAD STREET FOR COMFORT RIDE A HOPPER BICYCLE THE BARBADOS FOUNDRY LTD. Whilepark Road t-'abl %  %  I^ettm. J I J rt...-. Mustard. Bsnwi Msrjoran Thyme. Pepper. Parsley. %  Lash OnicN I I fiard, I M Y gy I LO > i • %  .Mint \ %  i (Olai % %  William. Bosmoa. Sahi. i lied] Ageuti.f.. Ho hook. Chrysanthemum. N'lgeiin. gtraei i%  %  • %  . I %  B •*. IIMllllAii %  Milk %  rial Vteni .s i crigp %  Tn Prull %  %  s, %  %  1 lb. pki ,i .8! I 1 %  STAXSFELD S€OTT A #>#.. #-#*/. Week 140 80 .31 41 38 .31 113 i.m 1.90 M .40 $130 1.80 i N 81 I 00



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PACK M\ BARBADOS ADVOCATt FRIDAY. JASIABV 4. ItSt CLASSIFIED ADS. IH III ir SAI I S AUCTION mONOMI JSOi chanf M %  1 OH Ml 1 ills lor Deth >| lllMC.i |V| C 4'' M i M in oawrileiii IMHR THK SII.VKR II VMM IK on the art of the rJepartmenl of Setrnce nd Agriculture In* the of November, ltv. IN MtMOKIAM %  %  Viol behind end irtmd fww l be rnwntfrrd It AWOI NCEltfENTO %  i c-t. i %  %  %  Au.l:n irit eandiium. fhie BH MM -I... M'.r u.i'le %  M.. < %  le* • .. ...... • ii *-m (-1 lit" • l rear.-l "fCet Fhone 1> •a***** ire IrU-k Ci*rlda> ""; Boud Kiuher. Til**.. L*rd>i Coal Sttvi Cooierator %  low— Trradle :M I ,.-i workins a+tfer and other :u-* %  -. %  •: *\MV TROTMAN A CO. Aurlioncers 1 • • N raeeUrrii %  DH4 2210. %  1 1 t *S? %  • %  0M S *>.p 1.1,F(TKK'AI, %  HM WlW '-%  i;.-i. IM N I Ban •niui nl..i.J A'*" on* -ihatjHtfl a**t p**d Al>; Boefc HU MIX'l i I.WHH'S U.IIIM George"* Eatbro4* Daint* and im." Loo.in*. I-. Colmi.ed FBI-BlanSa*; .. ISH I.ALVA.MSXD • %  MIXTS N*ft Caih mnill lot only S n it*), ifl **S lit M *0 A BARxra CO VI A IOI \l> LOST %  %  %  WAMU) HILP UN TOWElfl A Puleh pod>>irnl •lrl|* Ton %  L.nJV like II. VMM Ki.p-l-r.l. M I 1 I SEAL BSKATfl %  a, I II 1 QM lee*, ol lend in ofl-i raimr-l tl.-i..w Aim an fluke, l-rd on* dnuMi % %  •iiil n. J 1 5} *n LIQUOR LICENSE NOTICI The apolWatxm of SyUeatrr Mi>. %  "• %  •W of DO>T-IU ltd L"h t Hr l-nr.l.U-.n In Mil Hplrtti Mall t.lqu r. ,i %  wall Kult.i. i1 i n (i, within DIMrWt 'A r A viiron rw* Police M.I4>I>IIBU. !>!•* A S MAXWrj.1 I G RKlLTURAL REPORT *JlbtJM ::-;<•:. 'I Il-*r DM prom mug sugoi can* varserted to peasants and plantjtwm at the si*d erf lh< iVu-jnt Agriculture month r*-*nt Agrtceltur* In the EMMMT Tree rrapacaMM ( tlHQ ana IH.Ul-.tl-*. Fifty oranfA 4< *A>-I iriw. The reaping ol groprfrult and 14 luboo liir.i early i *in waa cotitinuad durlni uwi war* budded during th< the rr.-.iH. Ylekb for the moat month. Fruit trae* delivered fro*" Heather, The rainfall for the n l4p no( hc ^ n very Mt j f ( ^rm^ton were aa follows:— bar, IMS, *-' s f^cto, Corn find weet pnutoen Orange 22. Lime 40. Lemon 4 ivaffjga There were le^pg,) g|to fell nhort of exueetaOhatMoek 7. Mandarin 10, Poi-ejvy and well distributed ihow))artf tlreen vobtatable crupa melo I. Guava 1. Water Letnoi < rs on the 2nd. lllh and 24'-i coatli. .ed to grow well mWtrlaartlon ef OrwaaaeaU >ra alo tell on the 3rd. 6'.h' orrt end *>' Dreembar. riarUKighi hundred and aixty28tn. hai-r CtM, Plarrl canes to te ulll ,,lumentnl i-lanU of differAccording to rainfall returns harve ted la 15* give promise .,-M distributed. %  m 30 Stations, sltuatat --> j-ml yields The AfloretUUon. in addition ti ,..| in the various rainfall catelakxms. in many inrtancow ate Iri( above, 305 ca*uarlna troe: cones of the Island, the average bolow standard. The young wtrn all trlbutcd. tot:.l rainfall fr. r the month was i !;"= " n"nlna %  "' Chemical M8 inches. The avera*. loW t:, * D *''y _,. .-^— __ Soils. Analytical work was conmbV, lvM was ll-2 **"**; ^ 1 the ^>^'"P J'"^' mv^tigalions into the use o .'.Ii 'i tag Island for the "^ VT-^—IHLV i? !" ?h., %  ' %  "' ,,,oc,l5 in w !er c 0 1 ^ ...nths J.-nuarv-Nnvem"ble In '? ^'^ l( £ r,n ^^ work. her ,951 II appro" M. H.W "? h ,nC l^ It "^"-J" PP -n!i Dallls grass issued lo certaJ ge total for the R_f*"* ,oconi ,t ol n * %  • plantations for planting as a pro ling eleven months for "IL,. __. nbtUM ,„ rhlo( tective cover in the bottom i m 74.99 inches J£ *J?* J~SmJ^pensant 5fi" drJ """..' ffT Sg th ^ ^T2fca rfttv* v y satisfactorily, fruit and .*U-re* Analysis of _2 samplr The G< ATIONS | day-boy COLERIDGE AND PARRY SCHOOL NpeiKhi-town. Barbados. B.W.I. f Tin School Invttg Al'PLlthe post ot liF.ADMAM %  •* %  The iter will be rtcjuired to take up tht appointment on 1st ggg and Fdrr> School is a new secondary' school. and will have 380 pupils on the rollThe school lime. I'< t and lll-ei-r* peat* reported atlackl: The higheat total for November, crops in November were ine abovemvnmseets and t.uiud stations was 14 UB niche*, ornamental treiccurdea st a station in ine highwhite butterfly land! the of bagasse taken from the Vallt N B T>II> •ppiir.ii.M "id al a Urtiium r<>, IN.,W Ci.i' %  I i?--l *•! ifagessrai ruornfo BOAT Ttw runuia BOBI f .nncri% owned %  Mac .* %  .ilh nrw mail, and all i uwnel iravans le ulaiid AVfti> Colin Cailn. 4 1 %  J.. LIQUOR LICENSE NOTICI The aapLealton ol 'an-.m M pavni•itQI -.-Kar ot Cav. ll.li. *t Mir heel, 'or paa-wOoion lo -11 BM Uq..ora. A( al a Wall tnnldlha! al favr Hill, ft Mtrliaet D-inl Ii. Sl>l da> or Denmbvr. IStl To g %  > U.IXUH Ii| Pollee MagtairaU. i' H CAPMEN I'AVM: Amlir. i N n Tiaepllca'iiin will be w>dird al a Ueriiair>i Court H b* Katd al .1 DaBtrtct A" 1 on nida. i. inn sc hool gardens In November, which was presented by the Agri f the acreage planted to the new Eleven mango trees were topcultural Chemist to the B.W.I seedling varletv BKWI worked Sugar Technologists meeting ll IU. rree.voi C*Bttrtltle-s. The Plant DisOctober, 1931. are being clrcu < %  -.,, . • ease* Inspector with 'he assistlatexl to plantation managers. nnee of trie Peasant Agrleultural Leaf Analysis. Sixty-one nitro Extension staff carried out the gen determinations and 31 potas 'Inal Judging In connection with determinations have been com following competitions;— pleted during the month — Harbour Log iruiiig to rctui I Sugat Cane tlM MUd avrt-ge by plaAUUOfi in ,(i..:Jtf.ti3 .me-, miide uiy ;'"' u: n.al3 acrs of plant canes s ,. no ( i" v egetble gardens! Peaslgtf igfflg"ColHHtod Alrttlg Vh and 24.707.M acres of raioons i |M( v|ll rtao i,. gardens. Peasant year from the fnctorml manuri. all kinds. The acreage to be hoying, nnd cotton plots. There trials. Difficulties in the suppl reaped by planta* 0M u V-'^d exUPh nmo very good entries In of certain reagents are expecte< c-eds that of 1931 by 1.218.91 ,.,,,,, ,,f ,hese competitions to retard progress in this work. decrease ol jh r Atrieullural Stations. Fodder. Four complete fodde 1,023.15 acres of plant cant* an i Rainfall at the Stations was a' analyses (P.P.F.T. samples) hav jafar Academic courses in Arts and Selene(with Agricultural >• .ii to the General Certificate of Education (Oxford BBsl Cainbridgi ichools Examination Board.) The Headmaster should be a gran iareierably lo Mathemati %  ,.sseslon of quaUlicauns in Agriculture and idvantageHe will be required to devote his wIsBli -hool and promote oul-of-ilus* BOtlvly The salary offered is £9U0 per -nuum. The Headmaster is not CM] s .....'..; %  -i ue is pensions!/. .ct. Nt. (ontributions are payable but the rruiumuni ciualif\ing period tan years. Service at U I 1 will count as LlstilCHm under British Teachers' Supi rannuatlon Acts. Paasagtexpenses to Barbados not exceeding £200 will be paid gainst appropriate vmiiherv A ttrm's long leave is grin!'" I v years on request but at present no passage money is available for i-ave. Applicants should forward a statement giving the following articulars: — 1. Date and place of birth. 2 Schools and Univciitt. g 3. Degree, giving subjiclfi and class obtained. 4. Other qualifications. 3. Teaching experience with dates and positions held. i. War gatratl | if any). 7. Participation in out-ot-class activities. 8. Games record. 9 Administrative experience. 10. Medical Certificate of fitness. 11. Copies of three recent testimonials. 12. The names and addresses of two referees. The statement should be attached to a covering letter of appliatlon. Candidates living in the Caribbean area should send their appliatlons to the Honorary Secretary to the Governing Body. The Coleidge and Parry School, G.P.O. Box 243, Bridgetown. Barbados. B.W.I. 9 30th January 19.'>2 Candifi dak illB| ni the United ICingdom should send their appliations lo the Secretary, the West India Committee. 40 Norfolk St arndon. WC.2 to reach him by the 30th January 1952. 30 12.51.—3n. SHIPPING NOTICES l>een completed together with II EXP.P.I1.M M> %  Wra tiros*. Garde i paraor. will Ha*ia-ar > TRAIUM. ggtati %  %  i s,.i... jurt Thr Oaiier^l Una %  Hat Mar* I M.V Ca.iq.n.1*1 t*dv, Sen Lurilla M Smut ganrkpua. Ken. Ri*tu M. lit HiWnll<>. s*h Philip Umi %  a— S Seh ,h DOrlac. Sh E "i n M S IM IT c sa t ai Bo-u.1 li %  taaang. rasa* siu at >s ** *;* I'l IPI IJ MMIIIS Burr less I l*r. from St l.una S % Sunray. 4J0T lona M qardmai. (ruin Olaasow S a aarca^or. I Dunn, from Llvarpool %  iBPAallBSS Maria de l-a-ilnafa • Capl Ka>. lur T.inla-I I on Risivr HOUSES ,i %  NOTICE MHiHiV d'.vrN mat O.a parlnorahlp ,1 praaanl ran lad on oy ci< thr uiidarmnt O I. W CUik>i>d K D %  Mm aa ffcairilora undrr Ihr -l-lr *J i g i %  iarke a Co." la Ihla ^.-.1 by mutual eiiiiaenl and I >i Iha aaid E P Hn*tt+ will realBSUI aa a XnMc-ltor undrr hla own 1*1 au*et. BIKU'' % %  i ,i, ,.< Uecomayr. JSSI Q I. W. CLAJtKL, D ROOIJlh 1 I Sf—-3 1 %  I %  PlaeR H.<* wilfi i ,-. %  Al PARTNERSHIP NOTICE A IT'CII tl 4 C'i> h.na Ihli WIIITTOOI coumpoi Arjiaraowo .-.*• ol January 1*41 E MAXWT.IJ. BHH-*rr*.NE. 1.IKDSAV S KUBX 1 1 ',1 ;a MRS MISS gvri %  aatba* %  s a i HM iv \iw •:: \r T IT i L O. 1 s| lie I ( BARBADOS H'Rr CUB NOTICE rEMDkttg ara I.II i • lit i. attl liquor. R#lrr.luiirnU Mi I |pr tiairiaon Savaniuih on Bac.D.m iLtlna lH %  HM b.lorwanl..! III %  %  %  |. „ .ii~<-.l IIMir.H H.H JliiH ANI HI | nw*— %  iddlf Mrt lo the Bv-rrlaiy not later ilia TIIVIWnAY Klh JANUAIIY. %  %  .. %  „ i I.; NOTICE LI Rot \l. BARBADOS YACBT I'l'l -Ip. of Reg-lialor ISS1 w.itl eomnvai*. i it Salurday lllh January. Will all a*M ownrra detlron. ot MM 1 bur Banmner at C 8 Pilrhrr a Co Cloalns dale Sth Januaiy. IHM UQUOlt LICENSE NOTICK • a waaaaaa f Chapel Gap. B( Muhac' ,.n lo >rll Spirit.. Ma>l al a wait bulldinC al ftt Hleharl thi. Hid day ol January. ISM A vri.r>.i> r>ai M •gMraM. I>i I l-IIU 1 IP I'll (HUM aga a asa t M MS** MD •* %  aaali I %  >f %  ,. "A" OR Mondi" .1. i*S3 al r i: A Mctxon. C. III'.KBI UT AHi M.XSSVS Vl.MtlHlft NACHOtMOFP ui Pars*, who is now exhibiting! his work at lit* Museum, is willing to nivc Insiruction to a limited number of pupils in drawing and paintinp in oils and aratercoloura at his studio, S' : i St. Leonard's Avenue. Telephone 3085. • JQUOK LICENSE NOTICI i KaMaa '* • %  *•_• i^r Shopkrw-r. OC Hinda lload. Si Mu-narl. (or ptrmlaatol ,u Svi.ia-. \i I is.i .1 ana Jtmgle >hop naiar rJuSmoni H.l SI M.l,.,-1 I. r A McUCOD. Ba iltcr MaMr.tr. Dtat "A*". RUl-TAK IIAVNFS far Appl'"htII be eonaid The M .ni*t Philipi < ni iCh Ch.l ateVOS HI OnirS*) ISuM %  i n TTST Entoinologicul Molli Barer 4 •ntrel. moth breeding uniti. nav> aired and atocked ill Sit >iiogti moths in readln parasite breeding i..l*.ium and phosphorus deteiv^on,,. niiiiations, and 4 dry mattei 'ii*.ii determinations. Mlseellaneeaa. Tripli with nutrient culture methods fo jnt growth are being started. Ti Seawell ARBIVAtS-Hy III O.. Tl'LsllAV PrSOS CIKENADA Ii,i, i Haii n ON SIDNI-SUA 1 ID4D: I' Chan. M Baan \-r., %  Milk 7, Viscera & Examination* %  % %  eadaty.'l* Walkrr. HKinnrf R Abra^ nai-ARTI'R**—R W I c ON WE1N*1)AV ., THIMl'AD Trevor Comlllac. Blame torn mac imuni* Corniliac. Orotliav CornlJIar. ... ..II.:... t %  laifn. Kaiiilf" i,.. nel A ngio'Egyptian Mediation a> From Pjge I f a neutral power — not by tvostcrn or Arab nation. Fur these reasons, suggestions that Iraq Premier, Nun Said isna, might be a suitable mcdi%  ••II B0P* *nd Britain i %  iallv re.il out hen Nun's earlier upptoaehes during hrv in Par la and London hav aJ a cold receiiiicui i" EgT) llplomatlc quarters here, an -ources close to the Forclg< %  liri-siu. SaLih El Din Pasha, ha it tint time made it clear tbP he moves iiad no Egyptian bai I ng.-UJP. ..II Ltwraaaa .: 2.242.II ratoons. QM 8BM %  aoand aad third raioons. This l | i. %  tinder raioons Is due to the r planters were, ui i nr usiiiil iitrwiBi* '"> ie-plan;ng to plant canes on account of extar|dad crop season, and %  r m atber which la] of 36.i %  b) plani %  grown by smaller nil whlen ,(H, ncr ^lv . —.— --....„ ... -. making a grand total of 44JS9A3 19 S2. other work has urogressdau! lri ' s wuh .P 01 *<** *"' %  acres. ed nonuaUy. **- %  \ nti *>" <* in rt 'PPrtThe initial estim-ie Of the 19.-.2 parasite InlroduclU.nl. Furmg mediji are underway. cop mad. at the and of Novamther roCOTtrtai Of :hc parasite " 1 A ^,y ^-' Wo '"L)UI ber ii the equivalent of 163,0on protpalfeiia Introduced to conln No Y crnDer 7 0 %  ">-•• *•" Ions of ug.ir: this estimated tonlr ol white fly on cocount trees received at the Government Labnee rnv substanlinllv Increase .md ther palms were made. Dr oi.itory for analyst |0 the F J. Simmonds paid a visit of prised — .ccnthe, eereJIUotrJ whldl prevail inspection and was saUsned with Police Department litrtaa the next 'hree or four the various recoveries mad. i .k... ranMIM with introduced parasites and with the tiom for poisons 16. Mi* -•ll.ma*^*lkI^LaJrta ?2las5Vtl radUrtion In mleatauon of, and ous 2. Rum 4. Foods (Cocoa1 ^ J-SIH ST iMcm, ni of th, dafftaga by. scale insects, white essence A Tea) 3. Edible Oil 1 A detailed natemcnt of the ^ 5, fcU5sior s w ,. r(1 held Cnateaw Department : miMMB^ncrraieam ,-. uu (o fur ,e, cr parasite work. Butter I. Beef & Cereul I. to P harvested by islantnttons.ol r#od ,^ m^uon, were Petroleum products 3. over 10 acn*i:> m 'tie Tarioui pnr^^ ~T~, •" Irtvas al UW Island Buring Ov* R)iol p^rer Control. No /orOFFICIAL ANALYSES: ''132 crop. i ariveo helow. The, (her |af K(l|e fleld ImlrnvnIi ComHlsaloners of Health. St. 1 -reentMe* of plant caneand lt(| |Wli „ wcre p^we. beMkh **' 00 various classes of ratoons. ni well ( .. |UW of wwo(ner aiK i planting. Milk 28. the percental f the dlfierThe gammexune experlmenls B'dos tieneral Hospital •., h. reaaad are B •,-inngion have been planted tC DUinfectant 2. %  lH> given. witn cane and %  waM potato leMhwellaneous (Pnvalc) Analyse* ... lively 2 — Fertilizers 2. '"l\ • Woad Ant coatral. Nine inFisheries mi Rat • rptn'onj and ireatinents of GovDuring November, a sum 'J"j eminent premlsea and nine Inof $327.4? was repaid by boat,^., a !" ist sections of private house* were owners against loans; thi.makes carried out during November. a lo tal of $66,538.47 repaid to Botanical date. The outstanding balance to Caajg Breeding. Breeding work end of November Is $43,034.81. was continued at Groves during Interest collected for the the month, and Just over 100 month amounted to $1.48: this lanterns were In use by the end brings the tolal interest paid lo of the month. Some arrows date to $1,012.40. ripened towards the end of the At a meeting of the Fisheries montn. and were sown In boxes Advisory Committee held on 7th HI Codnngton. Germination so far November. 17 loans were prenaa lieen good. rented hy the Fishery Officer; of I'lantlag the Trials. Four these. 16 totalling $1,413.73 were %  word year seedling trials, six sanctioned hy the Committee third year seedling trials and six During the month, the Fishery sweet uulatoea and eddoea -.clorled seedling trials were Officer attended the Fourth Seslikelv to be below average planted during the month. These sion of the Gulf & Caribbean Hiring 'the first half of 1932 trials are scattered over all of the Fnhtvlcs Institute at Miami. iwlM to daLaj Ifl the planting various ecological areas of the Fishing for the month if November was poor, due to the -ociatcd wit' the planting of DUirlhutlnn afl Planting Ma• urrents having a persistent i,h food crops In 1951. Irrlal ef B.4744 and B.47419. ^,'uth-easterly set. Canadian National Steamships %  IADV Roca CANADIAN g) I.ADV NssuBOM %  • > .ill .-. %  1(1 : (.: 10 Jan> •. J., < 1 Tobr SOHTHBOI Nil "CAN. QBD1 H LADY llODNEV" IADV xaaoH *:AN. cituism i.Ain HDIIM • I^DV NI : 'CAN. i m *W d : Itatbadai rlr-lan ,.M j .us fan] t raoy, T rb Fol I March • Mann g| Marrh U SUrcL 4 April 7 Asvnl 3 Frbv 7p*aj i 31 Match 4 Al-. i 14 April Arrlera Hal If. i i! Me* Paby i.i rVbi I March M Mareii I AprU II April ! %  M V CANADIAN' I'l'-VISTII" %  1'i.r furthrr particulars, apply ti> I pet hi ' %  > Here about lhe I CARDINER AUSTIN & CO., LTD.—AgenU. ROYAL NF.11EKLANDS STEAMSHIP CO. i. \MI UNON — ;*tli '-VWy/J-MP^ -aVaV-'-O'*'*-*'-* I NllUh !!•(.! i IAxr.nuix al %  aaar Caa b* fcar.-.t.J lilt J;ISI n urn 11*00* R 43301 I Mi.ed a ii" %  100 00 rarMUan In tor ; and 9t Kilt I JU '.Li I utd Pasaemrra for Max>a Mn.ii.rri.it. \ SaiUnc \ DAEHWUOU • i r i. %  ••! .:%  I Vincent. (Itrimil^ bailing Sunday SIR i "ill v Foad Crape. The supply FRENCH LINE I it' (ile I r;in.N,illaiiiii|iii' S^illnia lo SouUiAnifiton and Frauee — Via — Martinique and Guadeloupe "COLOAtBIB," 2u1h January. IM2. COLoMUIE," 2nd March, 1S32. %  COUOMIIIE," 13th April, 1952. South-Bound and Crusoe Calling at: Trinidad, La Guaira. Curacao, Cartagena, Jamaica. "COI.OMBIE," 9lh January. 1932. %  COI.OMJJIE." 20th Feby. 1932. "COLOMBIE." 2nd April, 1932. Accept inc. Passenters — Canto — Mall R. M. JONES & Co. Ltd. Agents. Summary of A. e. 1Rr a ef r*n* to be harvested lu i!2. from haldlnss of more than 10 acres. ClKin Church *i John •U Phili|i %  t Juaeph M Andre* m i-.. Bt IVter lam Can' TllT.I PeurtJ riin auth. Total Platoon* Bottai %  Seventh A Nlnlh Ratooni 004 7^ I.BJSt" I0MB4 *oas.s. VIS* l.waea %  S0O-' sot 1.14J'-' 4STTS0 1141 J.\ %  %  ._. ,. ^ 13UI %  BU1S 4: IT •IM'* 1 1*17! ajasi.-. SBSS" eso 6,1**>. vaj T*i.W *7ft leiace SOU 1.93*7 awn •SS.TI •; si a 4T^ ajnes* %  W I II1S0 urn 2.SBIW oonT" %  CM %  M -< i ll*i Jl •TtUU %  lain .IK. I It.Sit IS aaau. I *•; X ' %  CENTRAL FOUNDRY LTD. Specialist in Hardware of every description. I i:\TH.\l. MHMIIIt I HI. % .% % %  -.-.•.->-.-.-.V>V> III 0 W } I REAL ESTATE ll'ARCV A. 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2faxMo$ f. -TABUSHED 1895 Russia Calls For U.N. Discussion On Korea PARIS, Ian. 3„ Kusaia. Ui-dav formally proposed an immediate United: %  Security Council meeting, at which top level) diplomats would try to break the deadlock in the Korean' r mistice negotiations. 11 <• nirpriM proposal put before the Main Political Committee of the Cleneral Assembly ahm would call nn •lies -perhaps the Foregin Ministers—to survey a'l tl of the cold war to see if the tension could be eased. The resolution was submitted under the special U.N. Charter provision authorizing "periodic" Security Council meetings attended by high level officials or special dole% %  The move appeared doomed for quick rejection by the Western Powers, who have persistently maintained that Ihu ceasefire is purely a militarv problem that must be negotiated in battlefield talks. The Kussian move came as the erawling Panmunjom talks lapsed into deeper deadlock over the U.N. demand and Lha Communist refusal that a ban be placed on the i uclion of military airfields in North Korea during the ni'tice period. The resolution was put forward in the midst of n Committee debate on the U-natir>n Western proposal for %  umlining the U.N. Collective Security machinery so that it may deal with any new aggression without the improvizatior. that attended its entry into the Korean conflict. The Russian Resolution in addition to calling for .1 top level Security Council Session, proposed that the Collective Measures Committee that has been working OUl such machinery be abolished. TEXTOFPBOTOSAI. Vyshinsky told the Committee that the whole Amencan-inspired programme—bypassing the Security Council'have argg a "further step on the path of unleashing a new .vorld war." Following is the text of the Soviet proposal. Considering that the basic task of the UN is to secure and strengthen international peace and security, and taking Into account that under the Charter the primary responsibility for the maintenance of international peace and security has been conferred On the Security Council, the General Assembly decides: 1 To abolish the Collective Measures Committee. 2 Recommends the Security Council to call without delay under Article 28 of the Charter, a periodic meeting to it r the question of measures iiable to remove the tension at present existing in international relations, and to establish friendly relations between countries, and "to examine at the periodic meeting in the first place measures which the Security Council should take to help bring to a successful conclusion negotiations taking place in Korea for the cessation of hostilities The Russians apparently intended that Communist China would take China's seat on the Council at such a meeting—the second major snag to the acceptance of such a plan. But the Chinese membership issue and the proposal appeared doomed, because of U.N's previous insistence that il will not brook anything but strictly military negotiation* to achieve an armistice. American sources In quick reaction said that the resolution would not be accepted for several icasons He said that it was merely another Soviet device to switch negotiations to the Security Council whern they have the veto. American sources asked "What's the matter with Panmunjom talks 1 They also pointed out that the long squabble over who is to represent Communist China mnc\? the proposal impossible.—l\P. Anglo-Egyptian Mediation Doomed To Failure Big 3 Talks On Imln-rhin.'i Forecast DONALD GONr.AI.t7 WASHINGTON. Jin I Truman and Churchill r agree to urgent Big ThrewIT tar talk* with Train* over the increasing Chinese Ceanenuusl threat to [ndo-l'hina diplomat' forecast 7huisdi*>. Tli* United state* hai declined lo aa.v exactly hat It would do if Chinese Red. M'tit "volunteers'' in to the Ihrec .isfociated states of Indo-Chm. 01 formally attack a Southeast Asia nation. But there If precedent fM .timed intervention by the United Nations set IB months *go when North Korea invaded South Korea. The French Oo%'ernimiit hai been pressint for Big Tin., military talks ori lndn-(hii..i 1 %  OHM tun. ConBi gence report* of new Hod SCtM* lies in the area however mad. the situuti In addition u Korr would free Chinese troops for ; %  possible invasion of southeast Asia. The Untied Stales is known t. prepared a "positi.-n pap on Indo-China which will in taken up when the British Pnnn Minister cornea. VS. concern over the of southeast Asia was rtflartai Thursday when Amnliim eaartf replied lo a 'Statement by B l Foreign Mlni-ter Andrei Vv-dniisky in Pan.-, thai the Unit..States is plotting a Koci war in southern China whtcti borders Thailand Rum m .-mu Indo-Ching.—P.P. Fatuoiar) Sculptor I )u Aged 68 PARIS, Jan The United States sculpt" Davidson. often called 'biographer In bronxe" died hcait attack, in Paris al age of 68. according to the Embassy He was born In K. S:d. %  %  >t tha spanned New York Low ment district. Lt.ivId son, whose bu-ts AMI \,i\ (.t|1 %  ],)'!.. I four decades, returned reeehfT* to Prance from IMUCI when had rompleted sculptures of Pi dent Chain Weigrnann. Pi Minister David Bet Ol Other Government li % % % % %  new lounigi.in 1 Davidson was an ardent admirer of l'i I enkllfl I) Roosevelt ,.nd h. el the President has tsten a. • ; '"' "'oclhleai scribed by Mrs Roosevelt as "lb. n best thing that's been her husband. The arulptor atMi**' did port West Indies Lose Chance, At "Ashes" (From PBTANK MARC, \M SYDNln J The B 1 u ketan %  ... at % oral ci lie no I -. .Tin,; I >f the century. AusUnlia ha Fourth Teat Il 3—1 A llll OOM %  imatk .1 flnisei %  bored an •rlcket history as the n • \%  %  %  eg MO lo in in the sreagj am 'or 221. With onlj balling rabb nd john>t %  earaa ihe West have the gama bag*', Austialian fans %  %  •.< %  same lost by Ausstea, %  I 1 %  thousands to the Firth Test at i January :/:> %  decider. leg --pinner Doug Hing bit! gangling Hill Join last wicket stand %  !->i Austral %  il stand would have bean worthlaai bad not the Aussie 1 played the Innln %  %  %  I %  Tin: QUFFN *ft*r pre*ntim pnaen to mneceaafnl mines si St Mary"' Hospital. I'addon Ion. London, toured Il.r wrdautt Ulked with pstirnt^ among lhfi Mrs Baatoa Rrmtvn. 1.1 ypar aid Kma-un woman. umd to J Qergaai !iran* lo England 4 yean *10 lo live with her danshici Churchill Is Yory Wvlvamv WASHINGTON, Jsi I i.in Truman .11 conference Thin1 Official cnolni .... ,,. < nun hill' On ihi run Truman said then Jiany Important 1 % %  The Preatdeai V Government Is cool tit Ihe l %  I 1 net h na n whew it* iglnated. rueaan emphasised tha W ChureUD area van •• %  said i" tatf irm nmpiet. •Kcnda for the discus-1 1 d< lined %  the agenda and s*i>\ it l| nil —t .P. It them b) % %  tih .. %  %  things, (By K. V. TIIALKK) PARIS. Jan 3. AHAIJ and Western dele({atic)ns dismissed reports of Impending mediation in the current Ar.glo-Egyptian conflict and cautioned that any such move would be doomed to fail* lire at present Efforts to work out %  settlement, will acCOTdilU !< mlormed sources have to be postponed until Washinnton talks between Truman and Winston Churchill — expected to result in a new jointly agreed tarn Policy for the Middle East. It was confidently anticipated here that the Washington discussions would lead to certain •'modiip .'" ; J* *"" clarification Ana.ole Prance, (ieorge Ber.iani Shaw. Gandhi, Maishal Path, Rudyard Kipling and many ohhers. I r Monday Is Nomination Day For Vestry Virtual RojeHion TEHERAN. Jn I. Premier Mohammed Mossadc) viilually rejected the bat) %  >! InternaUonal Bank plan tor tl" management of Iran's oil industry Reply >ng )0 the Hank's ViceHoht : %  1. %  sari lette containing eight potntf of basl proposals, Moaaadegh cited varlou asked foi furtli*'i is Nomination Day f-.r OM Vestry Elections on Jan,. unry 14 for this year. People following the envisaged have not yet displayed the in-|'' the North Atlantic Dcfi teraat over these nominations as si tut. and might ti> "Her a new %  .. Mlddl proach, which might al the Middle E..st l>e!cti mand ttelf. projected United States. Britain V Turkey. Revision of N.A.T.O. Such modifications, it t gested would probably emcrgi e C-.mby the ince and Bank iepreentattve we: ot permitted to leavi >r Abadan to-da, C.r. last year a week before A ftw of the Vestrymen of the yesterday that Wioic ni.iv I* no contests in a few of the parishes. 'There will be stronger feelthese election* for the (ontestants themselves." one -aid, "because there is every likelihood that the 1M1 Vestry will be the lait Vestry and the Maude Report will be implemented." He said that most Vestrymen will douhtles* feel it somewhat of an added honour to be one of 1 he last Vestrymen of the old set up. Last Vestry Election*, there %  hull in Si Michael. St. Juseph. St. Philip. St. >" for ihe entire|visitlng newamen that Burma gfftd legioti of the Haat t i Ilndo-Chlna are on ihe I Sources said that until mitlines|rommunl aggression time-tablc if the new policy become appar-.H~ Throe Kill.H In SnovisJorms DENVER. Colorado. Jan. 3 Slat. Thursday ;>re crawling out from under ihe %  p %  storm and subsero spell that Had up rail three lives bi Colorado ire inhabit; after %  v-as swept %  icek Pass. tn a snow advance If the Korean .ttioa*t Asian rill ba the urst objecPWptai i nsMtasa —UP. %  match in:' A iih the lapiion ot a lu against Victoria ihe team marie \ bill %  %  i i %  • roiiKhnii* I %  %  ihould *iaviwon 'in I i.liking the lln.il ten-. ivnr. spinners %  ami Valentu %  pulled Uw .. i indi. '• but a Capian i ..tftManl arert v.. Indians 'Mil have to olav the lounber. Tticreit I %  • MV the Veal %  ii-.lding the %  l. Wl %  lUal Mr' u-.lin ,\>\\ |tlt ik into maUni i iMk i %  eded i bang* u itn %  %  %  Nationalism Hath Lp In Tunisia . j..,, .. 1 ii, trench i %  %  II botlui with National' n. ., Hie |-.*< idil New Deatour Party prepared <"i Ha n J..nu.iiy l ltd % %  daV .. sjelii lance. Talks between Nationalist teadi deadlock in l N i ... for ousting French nathmals fi Ihe Tui I lain I. Bourgu"' New Des our, laul Blajhl I •by air hean Paris where ho was (.rileriinu with Aral. League ,,, attandlni ttu Unliaa r. ,\. n i % %  naral Ma I then ll%  MI London u A full meeting of the dealing with iistarnaUonal ggm arranged now uiuler tin i haii man-in p ni Baron KranackM ol Ah Utrriti rieg whieJ era full raambi i national IttsjBl i MBacll will be enlille.1 lu avnd one n< I II omn it meeting. noraatlon i aiional agreement to %  %  Coinmonwealth terrltork U.K. is a m.itti. o| araat import* m • i OHM %  themselves garee thai M'< hi] operation ol Iheii new agreeanu m %  >! the sugar industries of Ust are great)> dap) .1 e of a igai wnJi ii m ij In turn deni il agraornaiil %  lories are Uctermiin,i that any intarnational ggreemenl shall in Interest and they have drawn up a series uf coTMUttona rala I .( %  pled by oihei %  %  •lien i Tha oral (hut under no l T> Ion for npori %  %  h 000 % % %  ii i Becondlj In b <• i ii ii %  i %  %  i in the Comn %  i.. %  Jo) %  King) Ihe Internatloi ill include aa a< id Bugai %  nmonwe a lth pfodacai %  %  ,. %  %  j| ittag r/he change %  %  1 -,\ that id %  rom i hrougl laldon U.S. AID TO U.K. WAS) t*i gUtt %  %  %  liaj Intn %  %  .f large %  Inanctal Ud to th* %  %  si iohn'i Council Ihgmbti wu • rammad w/ltl I oplg wilnessuiK the ailniiinslniUoii ol OgUu ol BUaWtanC* lowiujwLa| Latlvt Coura Pn idant It &H %  >' Crown Aiiornev. Cecil Kalttck, Tie urei Edwin i • LaJ u • berg V. C Bird E H i i: Wiiiiama. Bradley Carrutt, Novelle Ricl Ffui I Di %  iiieid Hui %  Dona 3ht %  ad mgin v MoDdyatuarl B I Mini waaapphmtc"! IiL-puiv Pn H iki an I aeoi 'led b\ Moodystuart %  New Hope for Priva te Flying W 'NG COMMANDKI' Kt.;i.i--,profli ore araaeaad foi Ineomi -t in addit.,., I Avialn Piling C idem aaafa i '-d KinaA Egglea. %  I( 7 ent. there wlittle chance impasse in AnRlo-F.gyptian reUUeaa Prospects for '• nel logethei ight improve, however, if a new approach were found by Western Powers which would enhle Egypt to Join the West* defence structure, and allow Brltforget about the IS30 AngIo-F.gyptl.in Treat* 1 Egypi ,i u slrewl ... this con! WING COMMANDEI not bar In principle '/f'-D In an Intenrte* -nn m with the West in a[*Jw Pa*iTe^T apofca of i ma,or defence project but she SSjHJ & M "' I .c-'Britmr. M.m-te, of Tran-pnrt nn< move, the stigma of •-occupation" SHL*2&9 B ": plian Hrrtt To Kit Egyptian Ideas low Ihe West can adapt the Speaking al a meeting ol Hi. Middle Easj Command! Association of British A. to fit In with these Egyptian ideal |the the new no one u prepared to analyrc Uul informed agsgroesjasat pi a I insist that if it can le module letter guarantee for %  %  %  ^ .. r*vp,l.„vere..ntv than Sd. to. it migh P-ve the way for %  B ritlah Oov. Pact, m which the Arab World! u|ipci t riwr.i ( i %  %  %  i*d an aporata. The principle of mediation i> and eon ilnlili ll.nn.. ol Hi* Btl %  A SeparalHin %  i %  I %  %  Hi forming a "ingle Ai I %  Air Cet.in hib thai 1 escape tl. in addiiip.i tdual memliers Instruction %  The tonrenlralmi ol i 'Irmand foi fl.lns %  flying par Hrio| hour %  |g Ibj IIIK within tin %  | the pn%  %  hi I ihe Insignia honouri lo i>i i' iI i s c i H.B.I P. V D \i li I : %  %  ill taak IK i %  "ti.titutioii whatn ha Kill n adult surn . u ven uihofTn i Iha right for appointment in th It is a difficult task foi i n agon %  % %  Ike I ill Deckr* Pimm TUI Monih %  BtmOH Jai I Of i|. i Pi lldete, '•'" D. El the Weal Pi r i i . Charleroi i. • certain whalaaj i wi.ulil mu i.l all, l|e • I ""' %  %  IU ru ii loan il he run* at all. And he will nuke a TlVK i COMMUNIST AIM IS WAR | A C immunigl ii %  i-ind mmanti A ii The i Kurean i t Iba pri'posal Tbursdav. i he i muniai demand foi mant ot thaii %  • %  I*ha U.N %  ni it waa "ol tl ni what U %  %  %  muni was a rar fully wurkgd i t comproi Ihe ind U N iri.-r.iietiitt U.N pi for an Initial ofv . .. .nn i, t %  thg it 000 odd %  < i \ ihe Chlnaaa and North K in it Communial hM i.ibbv pointed 'in tl i i pnvldaaj uiuler tha l' N propcM ftl HI. nie the Com nunlai t lav .< ela i tJV1I.IANS (Oll.ll RrrriRN With regard to civilian*, who R d In iha Communial controUad north Ubbi aald tbal il a I ddo to return thara could iti ri going home i .nun %  "i iimi tl it the nlj thing thi Nataoni naMottatot i gi| hi from the i' N Mg arotild : I I read feti which iha thai man) civtUang and oldlei pgi might not want to raturn to lha Red hai The Sub-Commlttae dea ins witl in,, .in II ml) tice lb/ Maior Ganaral H Turner ol tha U N Commar i. thai "tha %  tlaUoi which the proaoecu ol in i i.ipAllv deepening iii>pardy Turnei than raviawi d which havbaafl gOii %  Rich Con mu ilat %  i him i lide . • Con .: i ation inrtween tha opp i and potntad oul thai tha Communial propoaali in tl hould have lha UN forres in an tindefend lion, lie alao cited the Cnnimunist tnsisti nee of) Ibl 'ii i".,ii 11 roretgn troopa r P, Jhhih he • tin flrel • %  ( pebi uary -IP Egypi Begin* Pmrge Of Pro-L.k. Hunt/wans mu nsii IIIJH.S gun CANAL EONI I Ua • %  i %  Puropeani In i rneUla %  %  i %  ii. .ill i>o.iii...-nien in %  Me ton i %  % %  .. i itlea on ore being en though i %  _VP. Jmpty thy full qtan till thy empty glais1 rant beat lo tee thy g/mi neither empty nor full RABUAIS 'or the he great < I %  ourselves to the nip* %  ... 1 %  i Iritaii art wai. : Comn,..one, "u. dmllar I i %  a> On Pare • I M atl %  gentlatoan f tbt ifpi if iddicluis thought %  "> %  ' n tu-u or DHaTI bottla "f li" during pal '"' %  ir i ihougbi was effectively pot into ewrda b. the extravagant i king long <-f I Which %  'Beirhai nvM aog Mi paastr raelaa 'I.^ aTfeag '" Mag Bsd aa| And MM rhal M v. Ihe rentlenii t %  asm ni c m prnoahly not his wUh • %  few Unag Tlnv, however, grg m full nccoid v.i'h t m and Bnd :t'i oeepei %  •'.• %  g rHE K.W.V. WAY The Only and the Best. The PILLARS of HEALTH insist on K.W.V. ALWAYS



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rPAfiF. TWO BARBADOS \\r Fiw -4 ; upon with his cash bill. Cuoffmfln could iDIMCt the j.ir but He ha* just rrturned'i could not P* n he took his; Oiiflith's guew was 1.750 acMWS, M.O Ixmdon. The Mitl number was 1,746. Caribbean Tourist ilia was the naarwi cornet answpr. — the pn i D1 HOD Griffith MR. DONALD BA&K1 Ltd.. pnaanta %  CKOO i St. Philip OrlfflU'anawcr of l. Jar %  was jBrt foor mor than (lie • i re in icKtcould niter Wins Radio S old %  % %  %  St. Philip woo an Dtco 5-vah H Aft* and said how mg u h.ol I i i r, '.TV lucky, Secretary M R. AND MRS. LOUIS LAW I .it been spendin 1 a He felt hi li.l.iy in Harbauoi returned to TrUttdad n Wednesday by Un Holiday |H| their slay they \MH A N li MAS. ALViN %  liar* s-.i Beach 1VI TIVKKK of Trinidad wim I en.. OWn W ..! Wceo" OH UM St. I caruUva Secretary Jame* omul are at ] oi the Caribbaan Interim Tourl BI ing m Barbados, t'onuniMMBarbado hdme r alar of A fturnos *rtd Co. i S.mncl Or.ffllli of Workhall, How niii.iy mn in %  correct number and his %  %  the Ev-ry :hloupatitioe. Back To Trinidad M RALPH -; Mon in %  \ jguaUne and the lab Mi Conrad O irge of Trmii> Ql former N .rma \Kulton. of their slay was Atlantis Hotel. BathTurfites Return B arbadian turfites rvtumlni from Trinidad on Wednesday by H.W.I.A., after attendant pail of the Trinidad Turf Club's Christmas meotinK were Mr. J. Kidney. Mr. P Walker and Mr. M SklOMr, Other the Mm. 0 Dowd Mi Firat Concert I ; I i fea pi ; %  Th.: %  -Over %  %  Da In B %  %  v. %  I 'He fur .utinisafi Conditioning Havana* H AVANA cigars will be i*. n En ' U I Bd for a* %  need itii.n. ton 2.000.000 and 2.500.1/1' tlaaaad that win be all (,, 1052. In 1839 the import Wx n 18 and 20 million in the ihopa U 6M if I will be mueh Coi-ig With Princess F iv mta ond two I ni the M \ yojBf i ladtao-ln-waltlns will be Ladj Paimtl and Lao. Pamela M %  | married Lord Palmer. m 1941; has a %  >f twu. Talking Point is KO ditty Ire the duiiy *>/ being —B. L. Stevenson. underrate passengers arriving by plane wenMiss Patricia wd Egan and her sistei -eon who were in Trinidad hi. visit ,nd Mr Knuik NothnagaL Dtroelor <-t Bi Incidental Intelligence 1 ihtaiii Dn i ambitions But I think .. 1 I hava tin in lor iiim. Staator Hub<'t H %  %  UfABIBfl |\| HOTEE l,,i> gaModaj \iuhl In January SATURDAY In.in 7 H U n'clock PERCY GREENS ORCHESTRA J^V Kiuiur ti Dance S4.00 i 1 DUM* cinly UM 1 DrM I'.ini.l 1 ,4 DU Nil %  U THE "UKO" DRE88. d public for tfea ant 1 Trygve Lie and hr two daught BALL FOR SQUASH PLAYERS MISS PAGET She Pours Money Into Raeing — iint Not Into Clothes bl I \MIs PARK (THY PAGET, the raca1 : II.%  tin I i.ilkm i %  ulT...,,,,,. I I I am jure that Ml* P not .ii .ill mind baini I ilkad about Tut ins baan luppanlDg t.i • ai Th,. eonliiiieiand the li;iirthin lima !"•''•* ambla b* amc the winter she il in her ragular unMortn: %  king gray eoot %  11 j inkla %  %  of) %  %  iev and 1 tti i Y-.-i %  % %  %  I %  ajn IfefM '>r Hour of them, one CROSSWOMD I f1 n — 1 ;i T .' %  %  %  11 I'UMul ini %  part. oer tp nuclei t ie> I W!ier* Tot) WOUld t 1 iJl i <>'^a numutir ilci Owlet. 16 < W1IU % %  uUkuuj and the others toUowuig on beUnd %  r %  : around %  I %  the raring form bonks. Whal the. .ill do I do fess to know. %  tl Pi aai old now. i~ the sacond daughtar of AM •> %  Lord Quoanl orougfa BM Inbaritad .1 lot oi money from her mother ilauHhter of Amu : can mjlUonalrw, W. c Whitm She lives il Hermit's Wooo Chal. foni st. die in Bucks. Though I.or M| '" ai 1 rvmvmbar, his ona noca%  2000 Gi.me v. M, SI I OUb 1022 llcr Secretary %  .1 not horaall like tiikiiiK on UM udephone Itie 1. m,. 1 : I I real alias Ruth Charltoj has aetad as .1 aorl of and racing mi 1 p Ruth nlagini oi Bgura and alwaj Iha lati M Dontrut t" Miss iPaget. ..' varj I her npIpearant 1 II 1 rd) "hen sha U : two thai il 1 ing % i^n. to ine racecourse She will arrive jutf bafofa nc raes .mil leavi u ovet Bhi . 1 ,,. |..ei own. When Mis* P.e-.ei ,v not present. Hutu chariton is usuallj to ha fetimi running around loofclni for M. She ha* to rtnaj up .Mth all the facts M P raqulns OUl whether | horse will nin 01 roan ago UM B of UM Jockey ciui> .>sk-ir n>.icli Co nuUM. HUB HaiTU mi.ed up oo I klsr-flun tibia<*. SI D -r? Ipi flreo^'"! -iL.'t 13 .n . Muuotain tobacco in %  r r I i. ti r* un (Si 1,\ I | lifO >'-' %  iDltl. lit I found %  ma* b 1 i it. .. pen %  B. 4 IO p m % %  11 fiimt Ihf Third Pin l.innn. 4 .i% n Inlr:-tMa. <.* p n i S |> in. Contpa .1 ih.w**-k. tJB i. LOO pin. Siin-t...-.: I li |. m Hn.e O*. < %  •-• I i i"* |>n> Th. 7*i p.m. Oi out IbbSIO Ni--M-rv.. a so 4 I i. "i r-mipmrr "f 100 pm BaigSah M^iatliuv i9M p> What's Cooking In The kitchen HAi.miitmi i i i Italian raclpa an iiteuii> inaaiu Jump inu. the mouth. POT n j. %  Veal I'.ib. Butter: 3 07. Pepper, Ham 4oz. r Salt, Herbs. other kind). Sine the veal The .lues have h) ba rerj thin and not I (About two per person). Pouml maat. Pn e very 1 of bam (aJraadj cooked) and UM thyme or an] othOT kind of hci o you arc going in On every illiv of veal but ., Sltca of ham und a little thyme. RoU Hn -.,; a -I meal and to make It sUck together put a ai II you weft jointo pn, iwo pie..-; ,.t malci. r together. Put in a frying pan the log <>f butter and as soon as it starts flying put the slices 1 I meat rolled. Add a little salt (111 too much bocenaa tht tsan savour UM maat] and u pineh epper. As soon as you see a Bid of the rolls of meat getting cook< 1 (a golden colour) turn U on the other side. They will tfflaJ very little time to cook. Put them %  1 %  Pour one of-two tableapoonaful of watai m the tryuu pan ami let It lx.ll a bit butter which baa been lain ovei Add another tiny piece of bultei r.nd as soon as this la Ilquelle-l our the gravy on the met Bi it B RITAIN'S six leading women %  plajara will 11 at a ball before they le in the Nthe U.S.A. %  n by UM Squash Rackets Aawoeiatton 00 January 10. 8 Mr. Hn, 1,1 K || %  1 .Jl hold a hull annually." The players will bo i> ,.i in. 41-ycar-old. blu?: :-. %  I .d's underwriter f.om H.i 1 up lead. %  % %  I white n 1 no notion the Rupert and th" Pine Ogre—5 lll\> 1 %  •* l p.m. Mulai UDT.AK1 ENFORCER" I A TOOAT ••• nm * A S p m rut UM Kl 1 With at 1 li;/ W M .oil "IIMIN BAT. I 3d p in | MlHi.Ha S..I 3lh >:i .* IMHI lawj 1111 DAaU Dl awfej OHX. t tfavaaa 11.1.1,.1 .1 11. -. • fci S.AIETV-?— M M.1 IIIKI KNI, 1 %  H 1 IIIIMII 1. M IN ' .. %  %  Bioaaa M nu -v.n 11 i-. M IM.,1: TO-DAY 2 JO & 8.3(1 SATUKDAY To MONDAY 45 I. 8 30 DYNAMITE hits the screen! 1 tVAV o ] J1 a 1 a T zM •TSks f Calvet L. r nm 'f %  in Hal Wills -BBBiagwf BBSWawi ^OAawawjflB +So*d.A ^' %  ,'•; 4k _i EXTRA Quick on the VIGOR .. BO Vl .. NOW SHOWING 4.45 t, 8.15 All Peaches I N n liywood sha women BI %  ii paachag it makes one long foi an apple occa i I Mouphain. —MIS. WYMAN DIET'S % % %  . RBS %  Ibt trace. i ldminng the tWW " le NBOM the old mn N I %  WESTCLOX ALARM CLOCKS CARPETS 4 ft x 2 ft 6" 6 ft 6" x 5 ft T. R. EVANS 8c WHITFIELDS Dial 4220 YOUR SHOE STORES DEREK MASK* .AVENGER IIOVAL TO-DAY Only 4.30 a 8.15 SONS OI ADVENTURE" AND •THE EAST HANOIT" rrlog Uil.ll.lM KI.LIOTT — FOHIIEST TUCKER com! ii TECHHICOtOR ANTHONY OulNN-Jodj Lawrancs j araal am tifsu leant SATUKDAY and SUNDAY 4.30 J. 8 15 Republic Double JOHN WAYNE — JOHN CARROLL IE 1 ING TiGERS It 1.11 TING SE. 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Russia Calls For U.N.
Discussion On Korea
PARIS, Ian. 3
Kusaia. Ui-dav formally proposed an immediate United:
Security Council meeting, at which top level)
diplomats would try to break the deadlock in the Korean'
r mistice negotiations.
11 < nirpriM proposal put before the Main Political
Committee of the Cleneral Assembly ahm would call nn
lies -perhaps the Foregin Ministersto survey a'l
tl of the cold war to see if the tension could be eased.
The resolution was submitted under the special U.N.
Charter provision authorizing "periodic" Security Council
meetings attended by high level officials or special dole-

The move appeared doomed for quick rejection by the
Western Powers, who have persistently maintained that Ihu
ceasefire is purely a militarv problem that must be negoti-
ated in battlefield talks.
The Kussian move came as the erawling Panmunjom
talks lapsed into deeper deadlock over the U.N. demand
and Lha Communist refusal that a ban be placed on the
' i uclion of military airfields in North Korea during the
ni'tice period.
The resolution was put forward in the midst of n Com-
mittee debate on the U-natir>n Western proposal for
umlining the U.N. Collective Security machinery so that
it may deal with any new aggression without the improviza-
tior. that attended its entry into the Korean conflict.
The Russian Resolution in addition to calling for .1 top
level Security Council Session, proposed that the Collective
Measures Committee that has been working OUl such
machinery be abolished.
TEXTOFPBOTOSAI.
Vyshinsky told the Committee that the whole Amen-
can-inspired programmebypassing the Security Council'have
argg a "further step on the path of unleashing a new
.vorld war."
Following is the text of the Soviet proposal.
Considering that the basic task of the UN is to secure
and strengthen international peace and security, and tak-
ing Into account that under the Charter the primary re-
sponsibility for the maintenance of international peace and
security has been conferred On the Security Council, the
General Assembly decides:
1 To abolish the Collective Measures Committee.
2 Recommends the Security Council to call without
delay under Article 28 of the Charter, a periodic meeting to
it r the question of measures iiable to remove the
tension at present existing in international relations, and to
establish friendly relations between countries, and "to
examine at the periodic meeting in the first place measures
which the Security Council should take to help bring to a
successful conclusion negotiations taking place in Korea for
the cessation of hostilities "
The Russians apparently intended that Communist
China would take China's seat on the Council at such a
meetingthe second major snag to the acceptance of such
a plan. But the Chinese membership issue and the proposal
appeared doomed, because of U.N's previous insistence that
il will not brook anything but strictly military negotiation*
to achieve an armistice.
American sources In quick reaction said that the reso-
lution would not be accepted for several icasons He said
that it was merely another Soviet device to switch nego-
tiations to the Security Council whern they have the veto.
American sources asked "What's the matter with Pan-
munjom talks1" They also pointed out that the long
squabble over who is to represent Communist China mnc\?
the proposal impossible.l\P.
Anglo-Egyptian Mediation
Doomed To Failure
Big 3 Talks
On Imln-rhin.'i '
Forecast
DONALD GONr.AI.t7
WASHINGTON. Jin I
Truman and Churchill r
agree to urgent Big Threw- it
tar talk* with Train* over the
increasing Chinese Ceanenuusl
threat to [ndo-l'hina diplomat'
forecast 7huisdi*>. Tli* United
state* hai declined lo aa.v exactly
hat It would do if Chinese Red.
M'tit "volunteers'' in to the Ihrec
.isfociated states of Indo-Chm.
01 formally attack a Southeast
Asia nation.
But there If precedent fM
.timed intervention by the United
Nations set IB months *go when
North Korea invaded South
Korea.
The French Oo%'ernimiit hai
been pressint for Big Tin.,
military talks ori lndn-(hii..i 1
ohm tun. ConBi
gence report* of new Hod SCtM*
lies in the area however mad.
the situuti
In addition u Korr -
would free Chinese troops for ;
possible invasion of southeast
Asia.
The Untied Stales is known t.
prepared a "positi.-n pap
on Indo-China which will in
taken up when the British Pnnn
Minister cornea.
VS. concern over the
of southeast Asia was rtflartai
Thursday when Amnliim eaartf
replied lo a 'Statement by B l
Foreign Mlni-ter Andrei Vv-dnii-
sky in Pan.-, thai the Unit..-
States is plotting a Koci
war in southern China whtcti
borders Thailand Rum m .-mu
Indo-Ching.P.P.
Fatuoiar) Sculptor
I)u Aged 68
PARIS, Jan
The United States sculpt"
Davidson. often called
'biographer In bronxe" died
hcait attack, in Paris al
age of 68. according to the
Embassy He was born In
K. S:d.
>t tha
spanned
New York Low
ment district.
Lt.ivId son, whose bu-ts
AMI \,i\ (.t|1 '. ],)'!.. I
four decades, returned reeehfT*
to Prance from ImucI when
had rompleted sculptures of Pi
dent Chain Weigrnann. Pi
Minister David Bet Ol
Other Government li
new lounigi.in1
Davidson was an ardent ad-
mirer of l'i I enkllfl I)
Roosevelt ,.nd h.
el the President has tsten a. ;'"' "'oclhleai
scribed by Mrs Roosevelt as "lb. n
best thing that's been
her husband. The arulptor atMi**'
did port
West Indies
Lose Chance,
At "Ashes"
(From PbTANK MARC, \M
SYDNln J
The B 1 u ketan

... at
% oral ci
lie no
I -. .Tin,; I
>f the century. AusUnlia
ha Fourth Teat
Il 31
A llll OOM
imatk
.1 flnisei bored an
rlcket history as the n \-



eg MO lo in in the sreagj
am 'or 221.
With onlj balling rabb
nd john>t earaa ihe West
have the gama
bag*', Austialian fans

.< same lost by Ausstea,
I 1 .
thousands to the Firth Test at
i January :/:>

decider.
leg --pinner Doug Hing
bit! gangling Hill Join
last wicket stand
!->i Austral
il stand would have
bean worthlaai bad not the
Aussie 1
played the Innln


I
Tin: QUFFN *ft*r pre*ntim
pnaen to mneceaafnl mines si
St Mary"' Hospital. I'addon
Ion. London, toured Il.r wrd-
autt Ulked with pstirnt^
among lhfi Mrs Baatoa
Rrmtvn. 1.1 ypar aid Kma-un
woman. umd to j Qergaai
!i- ran* lo England 4 yean
*10 lo live with her danshici
Churchill Is
Yory Wvlvamv
WASHINGTON, Jsi I
i.in Truman .11
conference Thin- 1
Official cnolni
.... ,,. < nun hill' On ihi run
Truman said then
Jiany Important 1

The Preatdeai
V
Government Is cool tit Ihe
l
I 1 net hnan whew it*
iglnated.
rueaan emphasised tha
W ChureUD area van
said i" tatf irm nmpiet.
Kcnda for the discus-1 1
d< lined
the agenda and s*i>\ it l| nil
t .P.
It
them b) tih ..


things, '
(By K. V. TIIALKK)
PARIS. Jan 3.
AHAIJ and Western dele({atic)ns dismissed reports of Im-
pending mediation in the current Ar.glo-Egyptian conflict
and cautioned that any such move would be doomed to fail*
lire at present Efforts to work out settlement, will ac-
COTdilU !< mlormed sources have to be postponed until
Washinnton talks between Truman and Winston
Churchill expected to result in a new jointly agreed
' tarn Policy for the Middle East.
- It was confidently anticipated
here that the Washington discus-
sions would lead to certain 'modi-ip.'",;,J* *""
clarification
Ana.ole Prance, (ieorge Ber.iani
Shaw. Gandhi, Maishal Path,
Rudyard Kipling and many
ohhers.
I r
Monday Is
Nomination
Day For Vestry
Virtual RojeHion
TEHERAN. Jn I.
Premier Mohammed Mossadc)
viilually rejected the bat) >!
InternaUonal Bank plan tor tl"
management of Iran's oil industry
Reply >ng )0 the Hank's Vice-
Hoht : 1. sari lette
containing eight potntf of basl
proposals, Moaaadegh cited varlou
asked foi furtli*'i
is Nomination Day
f-.r Om Vestry Elections on Jan- ,.
unry 14 for this year. People following the envisaged
have not yet displayed the in-|'' the North Atlantic Dcfi
teraat over these nominations as si tut. and might ti> "Her a new
.. Mlddl
proach, which might al
the Middle E..st l>e!cti
mand ttelf. projected
United States. Britain V
Turkey.
Revision of N.A.T.O.
Such modifications, it t
gested would probably emcrgi
e C-.m-
by the
ince and
Bank iepreentattve we:
ot permitted to leavi
>r Abadan to-da, C.r.
' last year a week before
'
A ftw of the Vestrymen of the
yesterday that
Wioic ni.iv I* no contests in a
few of the parishes.
'There will be stronger feel-
these election* for the
(ontestants themselves." one
-aid, "because there is every
likelihood that the 1M1 Vestry
will be the lait Vestry and the
Maude Report will be imple-
mented."
He said that most Vestrymen
will douhtles* feel it somewhat
of an added honour to be one of
1 he last Vestrymen of the old set
up.
Last Vestry Election*, there
hull in Si Michael. St.
- Juseph. St. Philip. St.
Nomination Day last year pa**-
. but on Election Day
two steel bands paraded Bridge-
town an* particularly .iround ttv
Parochial Building.
electors went to
baoai
CHINESE PREMIER
RE-AFFIRMS OFFER
TAIRH Pormoaa. Jan, 3
Chan Cnanaj ic-afllrmei
the standing Chlneag Naliotiulfi
to sen for discussions with Egypt
other Middle Eastayn Slate.'Korean righting if lequvsteil
for portuipation in an expanded the ('tilled Naium- lie t<> '
>" for ihe entire|visitlng newamen that Burma gfftd
legioti of the Haat t i Ilndo-Chlna are on ihe I
Sources said that until mitlines|rommunl aggression time-tablc
if the new policy become appar-.H~
Throe Kill.H
In SnovisJorms
DENVER. Colorado. Jan. 3
Slat. Thursday
;>re crawling out from under ihe
p
storm and subsero spell that
Had up rail
- three lives bi
Colorado
ire inhabit; after
v-as swept
icek Pass.
tn a snow
advance
If the Korean
.ttioa*t Asian
rill ba the urst objec-
PWptai i nsMtasa.....
UP.

match in:' a iih the
lapiion ot a lu *
against Victoria ihe team marie
\ bill i i
roiiKhnii* I

ihould *iavi- won 'in
I i.liking
the lln.il ten-.
ivnr.
spinners
ami Valentu
pulled Uw .. i indi. '
but a Capian i ..tftManl arert
v..
Indians 'Mil have to olav the
lounber. Tticreit I
mv the Veal
ii-.lding the
.l. Wl lUal Mr-
' u-.lin ,\>\\ |tlt
ik into maUni
i iMk i eded i bang* u itn

Nationalism Hath
Lp In Tunisia
. j..,, ..
1 ii, trench i
ii botlui with National'
n. ., Hie |-.*< idil New
Deatour Party prepared <"i Ha
n J..nu.iiy l ltd ! daV
.. sjelii
lance.
Talks between Nationalist tead-
i
. deadlock in l N
i ... .
for ousting French nathmals fi
Ihe Tui
I lain I. Bourgu"'
New Des our, laul Blajhl I
by air hean Paris where ho was
(.rileriinu with Aral. League
,,, attandlni ttu Unliaa
r. ,\. n i naral Ma I
then ll<- aw (Ivaa Ml I
i .. follower*. Tl j
ggAeraj In Turn* ftraal i j
i .csnltl.P.
C'WEALTH WISH
WOULD SUGAR
VGMEMNT
IfDON, ian J.
., tc Link tin Com-
monwealth Busai \graemeni with
ail lnteiliatiKii.il Afcr>-
mi London u
A full meeting of the
dealing with
iistarnaUonal ggm
arranged now uiuler tin i haii
man-in p ni Baron KranackM ol
Ah Utrriti rieg whieJ
era full raambi i
national IttsjBl i MBacll will be
enlille.1 lu avnd one n< I
II omn it meeting.
no- raatlon
i aiional agreement to

Coinmonwealth terrltork
U.K. is a m.itti. o| araat import*
m i ohm......"
themselves garee thai M'<
hi] operation ol Iheii new agree-
anu m >!
the sugar industries of Ust
are great)> dap) '
.1 e of a
igai wnJi ii m ij
In turn deni
il agraornaiil

lories are Uctermiin,i that any
intarnational ggreemenl shall in
Interest
and they have drawn up a series
uf coTMUttona rala I
.(pled by oihei

lien i
Tha oral
(hut under no l T>
Ion for n-
pori !' h 000 ii
i
Becondlj In
b < i ii ii

i '

. i in the Comn
i..
Jo) King)
Ihe Internatloi
ill include aa a<

id Bugai

nmonwealth pfodacai

,.
j| ittag
r/he
change
1 -,\ that id


rom i
hrougl laldon
U.S. AID TO U.K.
WAS)
t*i
gUtt

liaj Intn

.f large Inanctal
Ud to th*
Antigua Legislafive
Council Sworn In
ll'mm Our Own t orres|.oiilenl I
ANTTOI A
Tu-da> si iohn'i Council Ihgmbti wu rammad w/ltl
I oplg wilnessuiK the ailniiinslniUoii ol OgUu ol BUaWtanC*
lowiujwLa| Latlvt Coura Pn idant It &H ' >'
Crown Aiiornev. Cecil Kalttck, Tie urei Edwin i
LaJ u berg V. C Bird E H
i i: Wiiiiama. Bradley Carrutt, Novelle Ricl
Ffui I Di iiieid Hui ' Dona 3ht ad mgin
v MoDdyatuarl B I
Mini waaapphmtc"! IiL-puiv Pn
H iki an I aeoi 'led b\ Moodystuart

New Hope for Priva te Flying
W'NG COMMANDKI' Kt.;i.i--,- profli ore araaeaad foi Ineomi -t in addit.,.,
I Avialn
Piling C
idem
aaafa i
'-d Kina-
A Egglea.

- I(7
ent. there w- little chance
impasse in AnRlo-F.gyptian
reUUeaa
Prospects for ' nel logethei
ight improve, however, if a
new approach were found by
Western Powers which would en-
hle Egypt to Join the West*
defence structure, and allow Brlt-
forget about the IS30
AngIo-F.gyptl.in Treat*1. .
Egypi ,i u slrewl ... this con! WING COMMANDEI
not bar In principle '/f'-D In an Intenrte* -nn m
with the West in a[*Jw Pa*iTe^T apofca of i
ma,or defence project but she SSjHJ & M' "'
I .c-'Britmr. M.m-te, of Tran-pnrt nn<
move, the stigma of -occupation" SHL*2&9B": at Fj(>plian Hrrtt
To Kit Egyptian Ideas
low Ihe West can adapt the Speaking al a meeting ol Hi.
Middle Easj Command! Association of British A.
to fit In with these Egyptian ideal |the the new
no one u prepared to analyrc
Uul informed agsgroesjasat pi a I
insist that if it can le module
letter guarantee for ___^________.. ,
r*vp,l.vere..ntv than Sd.
to. it migh P-ve the way for Britlah Oov.
Pact, m which the Arab World! u|ipci,t riwr.i ( i
" i*d an aporata.
The principle of mediation i> ptabll lo Egypt and Ii proposed to i
the same deicree also to Br.Un , ,. ,
althnugn the latter would orefer| Sports Clubi lo lull
a settlement by direct negotiation, instruction for 1
-ding to high Egypt- Inland Revenue ha- agreed
ian sources here, would prefer. :)c mediation to he worked Mien flnan
O, plff g Into account whei. Ihe Arms' 'mi ""'al inter-
i Mi R W Ulackbu
raa i-eiy iii in o'clock gasd
ad 'he guard.gf laanoui ol ih<
Edniumi Blafev "ft 11> and eon
ilnlili ll.nn.. ol Hi* Btl

A SeparalHin

i
I

Hi forming a "ingle Ai
I


Air Cet.in
' hib thai
1
escape tl.
in addiiip.i
tdual memliers
Instruction
The tonrenlralmi ol i
'Irmand foi fl.lns

flying par Hrio| hour

|g
Ibj iiik within tin
|
the pn- hi
I
ihe Insignia honouri lo i>i i' i-
I
i s c i H.B.I P. V D
\i li I
:

ill taak ik i
"ti.titutioii whatn ha
Kill n adult surn
. u
, ven uihofTn i
Iha right
for appointment in th
It is a difficult task foi i
n agon

Ike I ill Deckr*
Pimm TUI Monih
BtmOH Jai I
Of i| 1 t| .....
ill declare his political li I
us month and -Ui -.,,
Il m >.
i Pi lldete,
''" D. El
the Weal Pi r i i .
. Charleroi i.
certain whalaaj
i wi.ulil mu i.l all, l|e
, I ""' IU ru ii........loan il
he run* at all. And he will nuke a
TlVK i
COMMUNIST
AIM IS WAR
| A .
C immunigl ii
'i-ind
mmant-
i
a ii The i
Kurean i t Iba pri'posal Tbursdav.
i he i
muniai demand foi mant ot thaii


I*ha U.N

ni it waa "ol
. tl
ni what U ,


'
muni
was a rar fully wurkgd i t comproi Ihe
ind U N iri.-r.iie- tiitt U.N pi
for an Initial ofv
. ..
.nn i, t thg it 000 odd <
i \ ihe Chlnaaa and North K in it Communial hM
i.ibbv pointed 'in tl i i pnvldaaj uiuler tha
l' N propcM ftl hi.nie the Com nunlai t lav .< ela i
tJV1I.IANS (Oll.ll RrrriRN
With regard to civilian*, who R d In iha
Communial controUad north Ubbi aald tbal il a I
ddo to return thara could iti ri going home i
.nun "i iimi tl it the nlj thing thi '
Nataoni naMottatot i gi| hi
from the i' n Mg arotild :
' I I
read feti which iha '
thai man) civtUang and oldlei pgi
might not want to raturn to lha Red hai
The Sub-Commlttae dea ins witl
in,, .in ii ml) tice lb/ Maior Ganaral H
Turner ol tha U N Commar i. thai "tha tlaUoi
which the proaoecu ol in i
i.ipAllv deepening iii>pardy '
Turnei than raviawi d
which hav- baafl gOii
Rich Con mu ilat
..... i him i lide
. Con
.: i ation in- rtween tha opp i
and potntad oul thai tha Communial propoaali in tl
hould have lha UN forres in an tindefend
lion, lie alao cited the Cnnimunist tnsisti nee of) Ibl......
'ii i".,ii 11 roretgn troopa r P,
' Jhhih he
tin flrel ( pebi uary
-IP
Egypi Begin*
Pmrge Of Pro-L.k.
Hunt/wans
mu nsii iiijh.s gun
CANAL EONI I
.
Ua
i

Puropeani In i rneUla

i
ii. .ill i>o.iii...-nien in
. Me ton
i .. i itlea on
ore being
en though
i
'
_VP.

Jmpty thy full qtan till thy empty glais-
1 rant beat lo tee thy g/mi neither empty
nor full RABUAIS
'or the

he great < *
I
. .
ourselves to the
nip*

...
1 '
i
Iritaii '
art wai. :
Comn,..one, "u. .
dmllar I i

a> On Pare
I M atl . gentlatoan f tbt ifpi if iddicluis thought
">' .....n tu-u or DHaTI bottla "f li"
during pal '"' ir i
ihougbi was effectively pot into ewrda b. the extravagant
i king long <-f I Which

'Beirhai nvM aog Mi paastr raelaa
'I.^ aTfeag '" Mag Bsd aa|
And mm rhal M
' v. Ihe rentlenii t
asm ni c m prnoahly not his wUh '
few Unag Tlnv, however, grg m full nccoid v.i'h t .
m and Bnd :t'i oeepei '. g
rHE K.W.V. WAY
The Only and
the Best.
The PILLARS
of
HEALTH
insist on
K.W.V. ALWAYS


rPAfiF. TWO
BARBADOS \\ FRIDA1 l\M ARV I. 1S12
Cahib Callinq
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1 n,"
New American Consul
1* a
two
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Hi a \
9
1

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a* at I-a Pi- Boltvli
V r
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Alhrns
Izmir. Cairo m"i I'-'
m H5 in Uvar-

s on home

Medic -.1 Officer
r*K. HAROLD mnnF. Medical
.. i by A.
i problen
-us to .... my acrews
H ,ar. Any
luras. I M-00 or
I>r Fiw -4
; upon with his cash bill. Cuo-
ffmfln could iDIMCt the j.ir but
He ha* just rrturned'icould not P*n "
he took his; Oiiflith's guew was 1.750 acMWS,
M.O Ixmdon. The Mitl number was 1,746.
Caribbean Tourist ilia was the naarwi cornet answpr.
the pn i d1 Hod Griffith
MR. DONALD BA&K1
Ltd.. pnaanta CKOO i
St. Philip
OrlfflU'- anawcr of l.
Jar was jBrt foor mor than (lie

i re in icKt- could niter
Wins Radio
S.
old
St. Philip woo an Dtco 5-vah
H
Aft*
and said how
mg u
h.ol I i i r, '.tv lucky,
Secretary
MR. AND MRS. LOUIS LAW
I .it been spendin1 a He felt hi
li.l.iy in Harbauoi returned
to TrUttdad n Wednesday by Un Holiday
|H| their slay they \MH A N li MAS. ALViN
liar* s-.i Beach 1VI tivkkk of Trinidad wim
I en.. OWn W..! Wceo" OH UM St.
I caruUva Secretary Jame* omul are at ]
oi the Caribbaan Interim Tourl bi ing m Barbados,
t'onuniMM- Barbado hdme
r alar of A fturnos *rtd Co.
i S.mncl Or.ffllli of Workhall,
How niii.iy mn in
correct number and his * the
Ev-ry
:h- loupatitioe.
Back To Trinidad
M. RALPH
-;
Mon in

\ jguaUne and the
lab Mi Conrad O irge of Trmi-
i> Ql former
N .rma \Kulton.
of their slay was
Atlantis Hotel. Bath-
Turfites Return
Barbadian turfites rvtumlni
from Trinidad on Wednesday
by H.W.I.A., after attendant pail
of the Trinidad Turf Club's Christ-
mas meotinK were Mr. J. Kidney.
Mr. P Walker and Mr. M
SklOMr,
Other
the Mm.
0 Dowd
Mi
Firat Concert
I;
I i
fea pi
;
Th.: -Over
'. Da
In B
v. .

I 'He fur .utinisafi
Conditioning Havana*
HAVANA cigars will be i*.
n En U
I Bd for a*

. need
itii.n.
ton 2.000.000 and 2.500.1/1'
tlaaaad that win be all (,,
1052. In 1839 the import Wx
n 18 and 20 million
in the ihopa U 6M
if
I
will be mueh
Coi-ig With Princess
Fiv mta ond two
I ni the M
\
yojBf
i ladtao-ln-waltlns
will be Ladj Paimtl and Lao.
Pamela M
|
married Lord Palmer.
m 1941; has a
>f twu.
Talking Point
is KO ditty Ire
the duiiy *>/ being
B. L. Stevenson.
underrate
passengers arriving by
plane wen- Miss Patricia
wd Egan and her sistei
-eon who were in Trinidad
hi. visit ,nd Mr Knuik
NothnagaL Dtroelor <-t Bi'
Incidental Intelligence
1' ihtaiii Dn i
ambitions But I think .. 1 I
hava tin in lor iiim.
Staator Hub<'t H

UfABIBfl
|\| HOTEE
l,,i> gaModaj \iuhl In January
SATURDAY
In.in 7 H U n'clock
PERCY GREENS ORCHESTRA J^V
Kiuiur ti Dance S4.00 i 1
DUM* cinly UM 1
DrM I'.ini.l 1 ,4
DU Nil , U
THE "UKO" DRE88. d
public for tfea ant 1
Trygve Lie and hr two daught
BALL FOR SQUASH PLAYERS
MISS PAGET
She Pours Money Into Raeing
iint Not Into Clothes
bl I \MIs PARK
(THY PAGET, the raca-
1
: II.- tin I i.ilkm i
ulT...,,,,,.
I I
I am jure that Ml* P
not .ii .ill mind baini I ilkad about
Tut ins baan luppanlDg t.i
ai
Th,. eonliiiiei- and the li;iir-
thin lima
!"''* ambla b* amc the
winter she
il in her ragular unMortn:
king gray eoot
! 11 j inkla

of) iev and 1
. tti i
Y-.-i
I
ajn IfefM '>r Hour of them, one
CROSSWOMD I
f- 1 n


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.'
11
I'UMul ini
part. oer
tp nuclei t ie>
I W!ier* Tot) WOUld t 1
iJl
i <>'^a numutir ilci
Owlet. 16 <
W1IU
uUkuuj
and the others toUowuig on be-
Und
r :
around - I the raring form bonks.
Whal the. .ill do i do
fess to know.
tl Pi aai old now.
i~ the sacond daughtar of Am
> Lord Quoanl orougfa Bm
Inbaritad .1 lot oi money from
her mother ilauHhter of Amu :
can mjlUonalrw, W. c Whitm .
She lives il Hermit's Wooo Chal.
foni st. die in Bucks.
Though I.or in.e,. he
often Bald he could not afford la
no in for rai bii In > M|
'" ai 1 rvmvmbar, his ona noca-

2000 Gi.me v. M, SI I OUb
1022
llcr Secretary

.1 not horaall
like tiikiiiK on Um udephone
Itie 1.m,. 1
: I
I real alias Ruth
Charltoj has aetad as .1 aorl of
and racing mi 1
p Ruth
nlagini oi Bgura and alwaj
Iha lati M
Dontrut t" Miss
iPaget. ..'
varj I her np-
Ipearant 1.
II 1 rd) "hen sha U :
two thai
il 1 ing % i^n.
to ine racecourse She will arrive
jutf bafofa nc raes .mil leavi u
ovet Bhi
. 1 ,,. |.-
.ei own.
When Mis* P.e-.ei ,v not present.
Hutu chariton is usuallj to ha
fetimi running around loofclni for
m. She ha* to rtnaj up
.Mth all the facts M P
raqulns
OUl whether | horse will nin 01
roan ago Um B
of UM Jockey ciui> .>sk- ter of Wawmara brauMri to i
coofervnea to discuss it
....:.
At th.it Um lb m i
JelhW wns tialinnj; for Miss
;
When he afag asked for bis
opinion in- -.mi thai In hi 11
it would le out of the SjUSMlion
ii snu in. uncommon UUng for
Miss Page! to ring up I'He .it
nihl and order n bOfM
sent to a inretniK the folluwin.1.
day. Then, after the horse had
.n nved ,it the course, the order
Rdghl I-- eoimterinio-ided and Hk'
euirned to hit tabst
without running.
Never uuuin . .
Shi? has bought lavishly at the
ni also brad her
own horse. She pours money
, . i i
ttecutiveg. And 1 have knowii
her to imn -ix home*
tor a small rteaplachaaa.
There will never Ix- another
Dorottiy Psigat Nobody In Um
Bex! garwration will hava Iha
n one) to do wrhal she has done
and is still doing to-ilay.
-1. I |
trooi
i attuj tlir nooir on* 1 (Si
iS Yelmwuh browu tan. IS)
e>ir k uth. i
. : : : I'Mi || u.. |3I
U iLiimnM. IS)
cat. i*i
9|)|>n>.icli Co nuUM.
HUB HaiTU mi.ed up oo I
klsr-flun tibia- <*. SI
D -r? Ipi flreo^'"!
-iL.'t 13 .n
. Muuotain tobacco in rr I
i. ti r* un (Si
1,\
I | li- fO >'-' iDltl. lit
" I found

* ma* b 1
i it.
.. pen -
. ml
-i "ii-iooi tmtii
.

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B.B.C. Radio Programmes
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11 fiimt Ihf Third Pin
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7*i p.m. Oi out
. IbbSIO Ni--M-rv.. a so
4 I i. "i r-mipmrr "f
100 pm BaigSah M^iatliuv
, i9M p>
What's Cooking
In The kitchen
HAi.miitmi i
i i Italian raclpa an
iiteuii> inaaiu Jump inu. the
mouth.
Pot n j.
Veal I'.ib. Butter: 3 07.
Pepper, Ham 4oz.r Salt, Herbs.
other kind).
Sine the veal The .lues have h)
ba rerj thin and not I
(About two per person). Pouml
maat. Pn e very 1
of bam (aJraadj cooked) and Um
thyme or an] othOT kind of hci o
you arc going in
On every illiv of veal but .,
Sltca of ham und a little thyme.
RoU Hn -.,; a -I meal and to make
It sUck together put a
ai II you weft
join- to pn, iwo pie..-; ,.t malci. r
together. Put in a frying pan the
log <>f butter and as soon as it
starts flying put the slices 1 I
meat rolled. Add a little salt (111
too much bocenaa tht tsan
savour Um maat] and u pineh |>epper. As soon as you see a Bid'
of the rolls of meat getting cook< 1
(a golden colour) turn U
on the other side. They will tfflaJ
very little time to cook. Put them
1 ' Pour one of-two table-
apoonaful of watai m the tryuu
pan ami let It lx.ll a bit
butter which baa been lain ovei
Add another tiny piece of bultei
r.nd as soon as this la Ilquelle-l
our the gravy on the met' Bi
it
BRITAIN'S six leading women
plajara will 11
at a ball before they le
in the N-
the U.S.A.
. n by Um
Squash Rackets Aawoeiatton 00
January 10. 8
Mr. Hn, 1,1 K ||
1 .- Jl hold a
hull annually."
The players will bo i>
,.i in. 41-ycar-old. blu?-
: :-.
I .d's underwriter f.om
H.i 1 up lead.
I
white n 1
no noti-
on the
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Rupert and th" Pine Ogre5
lll\>
1
. * l p.m.
Mulai
UDT.AK1
ENFORCER"
I
A
tooat nm * A S p m
rut UM Kl 1
With at
1 li;/ W M .oil "IIMIN
BAT. I 3d p in | MlHi.Ha S..I 3lh
. >:i .* ImHI lawj
1111 DAaU Dl awfej OHX.
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TO-DAY 2 JO & 8.3(1
SATUKDAY To MONDAY 45 I. 8 30
DYNAMITE hits the screen! 1
tVAV o ] J1 a 1 a T zM TSks f
Calvet l. r nm 'f
in Hal Wills -BBBiagwf BBSWawi
^OAawawjflB +So*d.A
^- ,'; 4k _i
EXTRA
Quick on the VIGOR
.. BO Vl ..
NOW SHOWING 4.45 t, 8.15
All Peaches
In n liywood sha women bi
-ii paachag it makes one
long foi an apple occa i
I Mouphain.
MIS.
WYMAN DIET'S

. Rbs .
Ibt trace.
i ldminng the tWW " le
NBOM the old mn
N I

WESTCLOX ALARM CLOCKS
CARPETS
4 ft x 2 ft 6"
6 ft 6" x 5 ft
T. R. EVANS 8c WHITFIELDS
Dial 4220
YOUR SHOE STORES
DEREK
Mask*
.Avenger
IIOVAL
TO-DAY Only 4.30 a 8.15
SONS OI ADVENTURE"
AND
THE EAST HANOIT"
rrlog
Uil.ll.lM KI.LIOTT FOHIIEST TUCKER
_ com! ii
TECHHICOtOR
ANTHONY OulNN-Jodj Lawrancs j
araal am tifsu leant
SATUKDAY and SUNDAY 4.30 J. 8 15
Republic Double
JOHN WAYNE JOHN CARROLL
IE 1 ING TiGERS "
It 1.11 TING SE. I III IS
I OR III I 1111 tiO> || s
O I Y M I* I C
LAST DAY 4 15 a 8 15
BUC SERIAL
#////*/ Wisv .Mutt iriuti .liars
WITH
WALTER HEED LOIS COLLIER
pre ten ti
the mighty
Tuiicot of the
Mitmviopil
TO-DAY I a ti i i
ntlnuing Daily
M-G-M e*f
* aoAT
-ft,fc"Nicovo' ''
Ol'KNINO TUKDA\
5 A 8 30
1
$4.34
$17.50
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SATURDAY & SUNDAY 4 30 t 8 15

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RAINBOW OVER TEXAS
RENDEZVOUS u-Uh ANNIE
II O I Y
TO-DAY 4 45 ft 8.15 and Continuing Daily
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ylilOPlNZA .
'Mil. l\Uh
Dial 4606
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HaWNiB-MRiaiiir!
8PECIAL 1 :> pin MIDNITE MATINEES
Tomontw (8...
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COlUWIM PICIU.IS p/.-h
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IKIl.U JAM AKY I, 1S52
BARBADOS ADVO< \TK
I'M.I 1
Jamaica Housing
To Cost $11 Million
III. IftOI sv
111 I
.FW>.,. .
KINGSTON | groups whose
Building schemes covering UV mhi
entire Island and railing r e Atld who need money to..,:
total cxpetHnure of tll.tOO.0fW p-nmn.. A total of M,<*.
SI.) have been approve! t,> thr ioan has been provided for th,-
rctarv of Bute '< I
nies Thr x-hrmr. wrre Mitm.it- in addition to these thr.-
ted recently in \\ i ,,hcmes IIJM^OQ
uane Rehabilitation Pro- gr:i,
gramm.-
which the Town Planning Oil
Mr. David Spluell went to London has b;*n eai Hi
recently .,.- Hurrkff
One of Ihe art* i
housing undertaking for which a ^ npproximutI> $l.5O0'".
. l
by the British Government pin* a (1,250.000 donated at the ill
loan of si.sofl.ooo. A i ,,., nmenl Another
scheme is for urban hou^im. and t-iWJ ,HW tn g.^,,, aIld (,,, WM
thia has be-'n granted H./"'i"'' ajj* made ai British
supplemented by ;i loan of *1 *'" tnt in th<
000. ti.. toonecaii- tchl ..( .....
_______________ mlnlsterinil the whole undetl
The Jamaica Government pro
poses to set un sepam'.
ment staffed with housing expert*
fiom overacas to direct the pro-
granwM which is planned to last
nver a perioii of two years, during
which tlmt 10 000 nne-room hous-
wUI l>c built ami 4.000
middle od lower income families
m assistance.
Redfl Commit
Suiriilf* Rather
Than Surrender
fENTRAI. FRONT.
KOHEA. Jan. 2.
United Slates officers said that
Chinese 'Communist soldMri
were committing suicide rathe.*
than submit to be captured by
United Nations troops.
Thcv -aid three Communists
about to become prisoners BD>
ferred to pull the pins out of their "-''- .
SS attack
selves up.
They also said that the Com-
munist High Command has
I reprisals a gainst the

VISITORS tfc. nqmUm in Hi
actually enjs-yiag ska sa.UHiy eaal
Rao. who haa many nystlc powpr-
Yoga. Ha swallows iron tacks, ci
bare feet, and remain* burled for ti
turas i:\rmss
Swift Action
Promised _J&..
Nl III MVl \l l \* *W>>
will
;ere masrd to *< it* snan -
He i. Hsu Yogi Lak-hmans--..drs BrlkAi-i..
hfrlong practice ! Un alt of
. drink* nitn.- acid, wsJki Ok aef tskl
ti- no difficult' in Mta tasselag m
"Bears Too?" ** ,;<;li,,, J*
Aid In ui-raiilun*
WITH THE I'-S SEVENTH
INFANTRY DIV. IN KOREA
Private* John H.-mpneck a""'
braced for the
when I trip flare
went oil in front of the outpost.
of Murderon
FRANCE. Tue*dy
lx-un Mt-ur.-mt and M I
Un who escaped from th. u
Churchill Holds
New Year's thy.
Parly
U.S. Troops l'a\
111 \ll\.llici-
families of any Chinese soldieis "'
A dark form pot* down on khc Ml, ^ Sund8 WW arrested thi
xnole and leaped across trie mormng a, Rnmcr.ivai, seven mil
it. As tlM'v aim- ."__... ...'._ ...... ..
i asst it*
by
falling into "Allied hands
i.ipuir.- "i lurrwncwr. As
suit Chinese Red soldier* about
d
:-m placement.
clr gun they saw It
b'H \li\n rlQTBS
ruwada]
froal
Jan I. in a
'. :
Churchill rnrMle i.> New York 'hat panicked Red troops inn
ml conferences with ihlnki- attack
ABOARD QUBN MAItV
i rsaaj ki n
MR. OLI
-
I
\ ubl m pkanli i
i' fl Will !' 0VC1i
I,, defenn
.
>r East aher a Ik-
Ukai n of Malaya'
items :

th B l."00
kMa than two vears.
: M u- blend Mai..
ad people Into
-' (- .inch \' '
|
Secret. l'n:ini
In gn aiterpl to ^- > i v,. UaCM
II .
; '.I. ChW
I'irt Hi' plan i- bw|

No* Vi-nr And today outlined
. '.--iSm :-
mi \\ \K He ansitl
.
i iri. bandit*
tin it i rhew reot
Mad liainmu are urfjaj
nOTVOTtOMi Villages Uv
from tkfYoi son
H
barbed ertre, and bettei 11
not proposed 10
. military strength .\, Brllaui'i
. tight the
- ntcreased
To Mothers
who cannot
feed their babies
t Vn'i worry !Cow*smilk can be prepared soihai thcyounitest baby
candigrit it without trouble. The addition of Robinson's'Patent
Barley prevent* ISC miil tby stomach*.
making ir cj\ (bf tlu- deiscal dsjssivi organ-1.> Jo their work
: i-t.rloodslatcr
m lite I lut -win i. i.ir-c* and mothers alwsvs use Robinson's
I".Hl hi Harlcv.
-. ROBINSON'S
PATENT BARLEY
They peppered It with rifle 11r>
......mo prisoners are destroy- Jjjjj JJ^^tlJb^^^Sjffi^ confessed Russian spy and" his ecu V,7,,, ri^^,.g'eVTflnT7rew "t
_ Uteirisefvee rather than en- fSff*tt-*JrEX* .^5- y male were arrest.d bv the |.v .,1
danger their families.
irs iflrw
r.p.
lOO !.ir."
t'.P.
Aneptam.
KINGSTON
nt the Ranee Com-
Trucking Down
Spies
rexli<
east of Doulene* Max liille. the Picsld.m Tmmi,,, celebra'cxi New under... The thin
Examining HafUtrata inretUat- yer*s Tuesday in his private nuns along th horn be>
apc announced lust be- .,. ..board this luxury- )DMI mldsUght In the
lore 11 a.m. that Meurant. a self- tlie Vitm ,in.api.inttncnt of the "
I 'war'- although t!:- <'uiiese going
i grenade """'' -''"-,'"'-......- ? "7- of "irWi II Mt* rknaajd y "" lunat
-lid "We m Ukeabou. KV "";' d"K ,h'-""h *"" *W taUrtkW a* 'J"1'" '"
1 wbby* u^a... "wwht aooeoeched dui th* *;
tig _Meu"nt- '"''l* ^SS> W* ""^ tn nl" 1i*^m'- '
Z7L cr- --" __-- -T^_ Ltiunt was scnteiiced to deat.i -uit Wri,.,me In 152 with >sdloe-i ri-nti meagagi
liu Counlnt Mouul. S.ul He huIl.hlU ,VI,rt || mcral.
Chalon and Courtln w nowncRl lu> ,,,. .;,,,., . ,, . i, i "
la death for in. mr*r of farm- . k,hr r,',k , wrt , Mc
n and h Iwclv.-yrai-old ...., .,._ JV# ..,.mM .,t claln pd *n.
dnuhur,
Mrur.mi and Ccdfftln
nui-u-i* >f lh<> jjil for tiwio
HOSTON u,an ,wo ho,ll* ;,f,cr ovcrPower-
"*''' Fill ,.ol,-l.,llho aid onaxi.'il, ln lh'' '""' ""''; J
rtha dtclIU* Uka by .,. .,.,. ,.,., ,,h ,abo. In IMUl Ijtl b.nin.1 ,
dnrWd for aubmlnlon 'SSLala, aooul oo ,S- .- """ "" "';''
2 Ships (>\rrdlle
(no 1. a \ 11 1 u 1 sir...
Ranee Report
Accepted
.,, n-r and a. on.ral pa.lv m Pjj
OCOItOCTOWN, Jan -
1 11 Waleott. Ilurbou
. rj to all weeaesi in Iba CaribtaeJij
,kc a sharp loOsMMt i"i
two nweoi veas*ai rrai I
"Ulur ' I' 11 r 11 -
i..d with rice cargoes. The vea-
1 loft Oeorgetosm on Dneui*
1 ( 2W within four hour* of gsMsl
other unit hirva mi rwaeaed Ttini-
I ... it eutletj iv felt H the
......laqulppi i >Mth i.uIk
nd i'.t.i awattei bag been re-
tlM C.nihbeai,
the beiln

short ly
-t'T
^ ihji*.sla\ ia
Gun liuttlv
In Ixmailia
House Of P
be held in January.
Meantime inter-Cariblx-ap dls- "**
cussior.. i the hold- P*up*'
,[lg ..f 1 c.,i i,t-.iii Federation
Conferc: i the meeting
scheduled for London in Mld-ifsz.
ii ... 1 .. i.L. - Ho"ui rioti .i
driven meet all types ol
u.r.
Id give Courttll ten th-.us.nvi
f, 11 ,nit leave him t-> hi* [ata
Itter is U "tdinaty nmr- New Ycat*
derer." hmatlii
Firing
Pineapple Factory
.KINGSTON
7">0 Cruiacrt
To B.W.I.
Director 01 BeG.
Pulilic \\ ork
Tin- Brttksfa spokesman ^.ii-----3 -
LONDON KINGSTON lea Jan 1 <"" <**" "fe SSSV USl
vVhk"I-.M ui' oprrnl.'d by II..- n.vf had aincc blr. the m",... ,,,.,. Knl..l. fjJJ ,,,
U^S,.,.hav.,hccn ap.oin,. oli.r ^..etlon. .....X^TtiAi the. r.o, .^ -- JJ. ; .
| ,.i. .,ii the "OOf^'s^b^JSwotk f rehousiiiD
Bowii
. 1- .%. i ;"''
od and the plant should be con
.g lor thr cr\iise. but most ra'
dtKtIon is to start in Septen ,, ,,i f^ou. Some,
In the meantime Governrn. .....|p lilkmi, part
lo the psnr-nrpif uwue- ,llilM. .... ,k ,.ii ,, ih
;,,"v1"- ilnt.sh.-B.t'.P.
log and production.___
Read
Em at :>< RighUi Aj dkj h id an*
BELGHM*
.,,!,, | The aitnistry ol Hir t itei toi
biplai attack* d Klm| need a N< feai
iinut doing anj I04g iiiiliHiillflail Fedei >i |
:, , tn believed Lo include many
ihe runwaj ind base n loot war criminals an
irea al Klsnpo IVotB one KM Oetholu pate el
brMed the *-"
CAIRO, Ja* I etjan luck rear' Bee ...... prw-wat ertUi
Tuesday btosM t American t'.'! i ind eeenBH gowns
iay quiet In i ii e the It- ind even lew top bate were aswri
OUblf "P*'l on tbo dear, ai I I omn tins once drnl. t uiiiiininist c.p-
t anal Zone. that ree #ere knocked down ,,i V.T.
Urit^li auUioritics Bald then At U,. i time in _______
were no casualties on their side utr d- I -.^_
and then- .-.- > Information l*tw- "'_ V *^ IW' MstMirfu-r
tOKDON.
i ., | ... i. II lust i B.
.\; i ch< i IL, haa been inpolnted
L memoei of the Coeonlal Devel-
t'orporation. tt s an-
i Load i. sn Hugh,
well-known consHiiing esktlheeri
i act) ........< Coa-
lenet ii . the H '" bra
"rortM during the wai
a u.r.
Crash! Bang!
BIRMINGHAM,
Sugar Tax
600.000 TON
CROP?
a in
mi t .. nd
e broke nut afterwards.
Premier Muatapha N.iha* pasha
7,y ud Ocnei i 81i Brian Bcasert-
ttn, Brim,i Middle Fast Com-
i, mander held talks ..fterwards.
Robcrts'i;i who had
^ ducted rorndentln' talk' with
Prime Mini Churchill again
BFFT estpwwBd !,' to
leave tin- CaneJ Bone,
Mahas 1'

II'
... TUA \ KS
R ill. .ml i.'ili'ii'- "itli M
tfcen fea hon ool mill tfeah she
H 41 i-.nil...un.1 to
re gkere ItM
BasflHaaaBnV
in m i r*o//
no HkHud tt'... |
k \fi.l li.ta flu- ii-
i.,.|iai.k ud dnnl
.. boon (."ui.... .
II [Oil ll .cry
..I you'll I' |
apply,
d
],i,.l I...* lur H pnsi
W I /' / /( V
|;W YOHK J.n
LONDON
England. AJW^Uf * j ,,,.,,,, lrtlrt crop will p>
Jan 1 HdiiK- Oufl.oiiO tons of sug- l -----------------------
British eireui k> i \. ana. K ration, aceordlog to rateel tdmov nDlt/cDQc.TPIk'r
let president So...... of Cub., has^,,, ., h ,fl n - MU TRUCK DRIVLRb b I KIKt-
list nieht The i: i i-.miscd to ask .-. to '"'-{Vrop an aaWd. Although -
shstftkAOOti "ad P^w a tax of mx cents on each Mlll,ll
jSgtbkined h ovef hjj chair ,WI of wg. Cubn tha,, h it is up to - -- ----^ ^ t w
to shoot D de-down io puv for the nutionalisjition of ,h, ,. ,. u-i>>
HaaiucT..-. I-1'"" the ni.t.^-owi, i ihut.ti Hi.vi.n-. beet ..... m arocen whcgetelera In i
^.'h^d Railways, according l., ."fnclals ,r,. r,,,td KInrkmi prudu.vd
t*L. rtair cullaused ^ >d Cuban Railway Broth- 7O4.J0.'. tons of sugar, equivalent
,7 ^,,? otT acSSita.ly. I Who have seen the to ^ving of $gO.O00.O0O
chestra lead. Hie tax would also currency. Tlu- "ar1
1 20t)
bullet i
IX v.
in ttie \ps H be used to bu; e*|iiipmcnt and to ,niHht well be worth t70.000.0O0.
iS taken lo hospital. " U railway debt.
U.P.
t..and to thinkan
hour apo he was
doubled-up with
indigestion!'

crease dispute,
. i.iHKI liuk-
narci penrkml store* and mUureata
.i,., .. iippll d WiUl dry staplr
i.-l glKXl-
saleis.
by the whoie-
- i i-
WORLD SUGAR
WORKERS TALKS
, afORJC.
t ,k,ii Iron
RICO ..nd
a dieting in New York I
world coritsareace of sugar
ttei rrving
, Will Im>
put befoie Hie i
Ihe internetKnel Con-
I
HI T.
LATIN-AMERICAN
FEDERATION
lima, Pern -i n
., on Tuee-
i in ,i reeolution urged
i......" sound
Latin-Ami Btatee on the
of f--'> rat...... '"
lion prope i Bi oatet Artur
i, ,.,,,,. Wbo aid that lo--' " ""
,anger of CommUOtst t|
,.,,. dm '
irgcd Btmlli
..... 'CPi
3ERGER PAINTS
AT ALL
HARDWARE STORES
C.ARDINF.R AUSTIN 1 CO., LTD.AkmiIi
MORE
Cough
Relief!
Bach soothing ai-J J.
Vkks Cough Urop
dry.^^itu^l,",^,
mtrnbraorsfocllto
I ^ full minutes. .*

Swifl relief fiom aficr-
mcals discomfort is given by 'Doha' it rapidly neutralizes the
esjQM sunnuch-acid. mi uften the cauw of ihe irouble. Prepared in
handy onc-dosc envelopes, each Dossl is sufficient 10 restore healthy
actJ balance. It's made in ncwder form H be taken m water so as lo act
a-^ ^ more quickly and thorough-
Dolsa
RESTORES D1CEST1OM
Cut rt an I /.";'.' it lit/p in lwmlinf> f "
otind heal of tltcir fnvn accord e. hen they are kept free
from the Ming itfeal CWtC septic UuTcCtifMI* To keep
wounds in the healthy coftdltsOfi for hcaUngi surgeons
have for years relied upon 'Dcttol'. This ruthlns des-
flOJPwl <'f Rcrmt* is oon-poisonotia, gtntlc and safe on
human tissue**. While it disinfects the wound,'Dcttol*
leaves the living tflgusJj undamaged M continue the
natural processes of safe and rapid repair.
DETTOL
THE MODERN ANTISEPTIC
9m m : snd qusru el (SMra fUa *rt
pxxlud *Kh J.> l> ir^ ite*** !>*
IM. ni UnoM -.11. M-Jr P Si k
eradilD striiaS re*" ' .icfnni
ly, rapidly reaching the
tomach walh *nh it* sooth-
ing, neutralizing lolulwn.
IndienliM
Ihsarasai
HiaDbsve
lk. PtfggMfai
OMfefg ackssty
Aiw krlpful in
orrgna*- acfsBSW
ENGLISH
ELECTRIC
THE NAME THAT
STANDS FOR
QUALITY IN A
REFRIGERATOR
ii ssuieau Dout is (sea nc>
OAfUsA* s* gCOwl
they.c nMb .r-o<*'^ -
wlthA.stda;^ugb^caking
fcn^red^ptsofVKssV.poRub
v/*w//^#y//,^/,aaf4oae.
| TO-DAYS NEWS FIASI |
, >< w .t him M ill bind
Wmv :-- ..::.'.-
in r
ll.rm.-li.ally BmM I i".
> Bniulilfil in DnIS"
AIIM.-.I (i.liiiiil
ricomimical tu Opcnl*
r.-Yrar (iiiaranl.-.-
.t.v KX1.I.ISH i:i.i.i inn
ie-fi>
in:i iih.iii irun
I IItlSII SIIII'MIM ItllllM HI.IK\TI.Y
>1,\\VI\. A HI.. I lll.-AttriiU.
I......... I38S


rvr.i rr.ru
B\RB\nos \nvor.\TF.
rr.inw iasi arv t imi
8\rb\dos^ai)\o(*te TIW War Asfaiitst Weeds BOOM IS ON
I lh- *..'!
Friday. January 1. 1952
I KM 1). SWrf '
(
IN
Workintt Toi(ellier
THE NEW .

Oliver Lyttettoa contained bora than >: WtlDM fa .. }:.( rOUf anil Uu\>\r.
It Wl 1 .ml uiiuly.si.s i| til"
> jH-ndent
M's from nvemberahip of the Coro-
mon wealth and tooking forward lo Um
future benefits which will derive from
workin, adult uniti of that
Commonwealth.
Mr. l.yuelton wimIv DOtad the ad-
made m Colon during
' i lapsed
.
tarjihlp ol State tor the Colonial
own. Bui he wi i body m
the United Kini;diVn wanted T*
tent with what bad been
again (bai
that iln-rr 15 no imj^rtjnt difference ol
principle between the Labour and Con-
servative parties on Colonial poticj Hi
justly underlined the (act thai a >'
alive administration prepared the first
Colonial Development and Welfare Act
which was later implemented by a Coals'
turn government. But Mr. Lyttclton did not
make the mistake of speaking, like so many
theorists do speak on colonial affairs, In the
clouds. He was not analysing "i pointing
out a path to be followed. He took every
listener in the Commonwealth and Kmpire
Into his confideruT He v\\ >
in the adult tones <( lather inaafclng to
his grown up sons that the United Kingdom
intended to pursue BJ1 BCtive policy >( de-
velopment In the Colonies thai arlll lead to
the Increase <>i material living
amoin: colonial peopu-s. deapite 'he [ad
that the United Kingdom is BtS
under the burden of financial difficulties
due to the necessity for rearmament Re-
armament is necessary to save peace, and
without peace the British Commonwealth
could not enjoy material prosperity
The Secretary of Stale's references to
Malaya were especially noteworthy. Hi'
spoke with sadness of the evils which hud
fallen upon that beautiful counary which
possessed resources capable of giving all its
people a really high standard of civili-
sation. That desired end was not brought
about because of the existeno In Malaya
of a relatively smalt number of CommU*
nisls. who were concerned with promoting
hatred and with retarding the I1.11 moninis
development of the couotry Mr LytteltOD
did not gay that Malaya's blttSfl e\|n-
ences ought to serve as a warning to other
colonial territories where liatred and self-
seekini! triumph at the expense of com-
munal welfare. But he was speaking to
adult members of a Commonwealth, where
leaders and men of affairs are quite cap-
able of taking lessons from others. He was
bowevar expUdl In emphasising thi
vantages thai marnberahip <>f the British
Commonwealth offers lO thOM who work
together. And lie showed that these adv.iii-
tages would not he mereselti.t
to be clutched at selfishly for*what I
would bnnj; to then reciplentl The I
est advantage of all, be pointed out
the knowledge to be gained from tin
that by working together partners in the
British Commonwealth of Nations would
be setting an example to a world where
peace can only exist when nations work
together.
Mr. Lyttclton made no reference to the
gem-1' 1 luded
between the United Kingdom and Com-
monwealth SUgar producers nor did he
refer to the concessions the I'mted King-
dom has made in the direction uf freeing
Canada's trade with the West Indies, but he
did mention with appreciation the Labour
Government's generou c to
Jamaica for hurricane relief.
gjvan then he was choosing not to SD>
phasize benefits which derive to depei
territories from then SaSOCiatlon with the
United Kingdom but insi... earlier emphatic assertion thai British
Colonial policy is hove p | -
press very warm and (rlendlj
the largaal Waal Indian Island, which i>
still suffering the effects ol the Iftftl hurrl-
cane.
The New Year inasaage ol a Secretary ol
State for the Colonies in 19.r>2 would have
been, for historical reasons alone, a mes-
sage of special Significance, since II is made
at a period of crisis in world history. Mr.
Lyttclton has performed his task with the
dignity of 1 Ing to
of patronage or superiority.
On these foundations of confidence and
goodwill it is possible to hriild
tively In 1M2 .1 structure on which the West
l
of the British Comi M\ In working
together for themselves, tor the C
wealth and for the peace of the world.
\hc mn
Mated products of a In prr-saakv g*nc- weeding the
td S'.-.j.rd solvent, used f-rmer em*ifa*s *'Nd Mads.
in paints and varnishes and for Cvm present in th upper soil, to
irj .leaning. These f mr oils lptut early. When the wl nw
-'"- .rmiged l.ul ^hile ihe froa> ttstlll
"
*" In Dm Riodhd or prili^p* noi even
plant rrl.aives par- ^d^. Uw weed killer is .
-BUTDO BE
CAREFUL
rslty^injhr "durt*J Concurrent with ihr research at -Wi^luvVaeding U
may prevent the
promptly Unw-
nee weeding is
irrigated farmland
by conlrulling
f snotsturc In Ux
A Prosperous New Year
TO ALL
M. MiuCOI.I.
KM Iriat of
W. H iJichman who
- ru| 1 nil*, test* .1 -he
u bi a
Ms -orhuarfli He '"
lev.d the ^anic reMiHi and where tl
I to report hli find- " -rnc-un
table-arowmi eei U
er'oi -,.. nHns of 1945 the work M"hd'.
be wh prfxS, D.n -nat aprayi... was .level- the people about the economic outlook for f
i"ad under gimip of county agritultural oped at the Delta Experiment1 jqj2
nd-Laaae ..nan^-mem in extension agent. In the State of B'.aUOff in the southern, cotton-
I y On. f than 00k a s tn| iit.tr of Missusippi. Says Secretary of Lommerce Charles
Um MUoasjsittnJiieh quantity of one ..f 1 ae thianigh a new type of *
WASHINGTON
HERE in Washington the air is always full
of the sound of voices.
Just now there is an extra burst ol talk as
> weeds and crops on g shoa, nf exper,s lake to lhe radio,tO tell
will continue good next year
But he warns: "There is a great danger
that the American people will get excited
defence,
must to
.'.. .... mmw -' ..*.*.,...v- w> itu wiuiuiir ii< urinjf in? (uo'iit. -----.............----- i-----1---- ..... w-
r'o'-' it "T. w",,k ' ,he "vm,*i ** it effacuv* on iibuu' the pinch and the cost of
l^:-k-.................Ith.t .hey w,ll no, do wla, ,hy
knn the ntm "
b .;h .iVAiary nd dirwllo.u.1 "*p "" !*
tfc ..,1, ,.-[luitUin raited i>. Then there is Leon Keyserhng, one of
' "t1"'?'."S?1"1,*" '""tSI *'" '" -'u,1 """" ","nu '" Truman's cloreK economic advisers: "Pricra
> rth and hn thr I..... r> lnc older platila are well ,._,,., .
l-lants tu.hii ilk.- i..rr'iv and >ni> ^, talaprayi llaye nigh r yesbut then so are incomes And
1 American people have a higher standard
lltad during WofM Wi linii tried H oui on ,i carrot .rop .pi
II. Their, t.a the SrM n-iie Pie ...... farm near ,he University .pi ...ml machine which sprays
. were ro atna>in lhal h.jher than the Drat Inch ol .'
aaBlnst sna more than 100 farmcis wen" lo eotton plant's mem, killed the
Ml near Salinu <}?- ."'-LI. V. !^ 'Z-SH^HH ' *"lh" '"""'" ih ""'
;nik
an failed to
l,v,n, than a. any previous period ,n the
under .urn,,,. :,', history."
Th. result of U '.Z'iT* ,V,.'7 Michael Di.Salle. the controls boss, comes
w. itlmnmgly tj^n w'li. Jn imnunllale itm uiem for bare)
-,,,.,, r. i.in.m. themselve. an in with "America is engaged in the greatest
-T m K" ''"" "-' '"""" ... ''""'" *" """'"Ulory. md we need
Cornell been dlotated: by nece,lv In
a.imueh danw tcifood an, n,ie ,, r mt diffWultie.. (fnlbjd State, the tendency ,
'" i\*2 ,^ ,f ",i Thi.mah the work of some Can.- ,a,d |,cr fann.. operated 1
'SSL ^SnT*- - "Vm'r SS sclent,..,, it ... know that fpw.r p^p. Bu, .. incea,
, Atmnst e host of Proutum
'I.. r. only weapon*
before this unheard-of-method of
ipil
v',al possible. Maehines were avaUab:-
mmediately cease pho- to plow< ^tow ,OWi eulUval
:- }*"> "}*"" .re.,-^. flna harvest a crop. Bu' I .
.....a^slSSk
oured keraSM known as rtove IJJ^^lT \La atuTis unknown, hand pulling wis necessary, wh..
oil. und emd U--n applied by a .,-,'- .,u iimi in Dlant* frei,ui't.tly made the coat ol rce<
l sprayer who hired '^^ ^mve petroleum Seat- eentVolJimtT thSBSll^Oth-T CO
out to local rroweni His nsmt-or *^ pht,to,vntheM. resptr..ti.. of pndueUesi combined.
to*^ny^^Jr*^ft SL^^^^S **? f*l *?* *
known. but thai Inspiration ^v V? didThl-- the research- BOttOO wttk S peti-il.um produc
hanatd the course of the writer. ^^ ,' '^ "ar" MPtod "* a *Siuonal >?""
SeriaS Whteh ShSsT totSSij J ~d. 10O p,-r rent. mhan.-
i- In asrlcultbre, who saw ,, k-m . .,i,mon latlon of cut ton srow'nf b.i-i
. m Held foe ..urieultu.a &*nU h*n in -"mon' phy.ici.lly jwwible and comm
chemicals opening up and tI WMS (uiiil th.t ragwei--.. a ctsltj prartieable. It is e>tuni.;*.- 1v4-d to spertsHso 111 researoh nlnt Unrelate: .f ., weed-con tro
ihemical control of weeds. m gtrons resistance to petroleum. mMhod. inclu-iiiis the thna
controls to stave off Inflation."
This is quickly scouted by Congressman
Clarence Brown, veteran Republican (anti-
Truman Government), who lambasts all
controls, and says the people will be better
ofl if there is a quick end to "deficit financ-
ing, waste, and foolishness by those in
power."
MAYOR'S DAY OFF
IN STL'RGIS. South Dakota, they are
minus the mayor, the police chief, the head
jof the fire brigade, and the city attorney.
1 All these posts are held by 31-year-old Mrs.
Kaihenne Soldat. And Mrs. Soldat is right
, here in Washington, attending a convention
of 500 mayors.
HIS (OR HKR) MOVE
imouBI ibey ongnuily siw-
nu.il wit'dins
but dor* not affect.......... ,,, and chrysanth.-mums Al ,
. It thus was a sclcctitfS p.-ved resistant w the conclusion f
l l l.r.vad-leiived weeds in Wi reoched mat probably any
SsMi of wheat, oat-1*, rye. and plant having these n.nur.il oil cells ruday, only -'v.
: M WsUm in lawns. WOUld ri-slst p-troleum weed pioneer spraying of the Caltfor.ua
Cornell University in-iiigurBted killer. However, no more plants of carrot tttld,petroleum Is on* Of in
r : i M Ct, using commercial importance which three chief chemical weed kill. : s.
ttove oil flrsl of all, nlthouah it ireii of this lype could he found, eaeh successful in its own l\ Id
rai known that it could be no [i thus was clc tr that, if the use- Along; with petroleum, the grow.n
more than ii starting point, fulness of petroleum weed killcm regulator. a,4D. und a group ol
because It contaminated the crop wu [ i^. extended any further, it organic compounds called dlnitroi.
SrhUo it was killing the weeds ,v<,uld have to be through learning ftrsl used to France, provide 9t
Meanwhile, many samples of how lo y^, lnem Mfciy among parcel tl farmer's chemical
,,LL,"d from pantoestapt osops. This bacaias. fas we .pone in hia war aga
. oinpnnse*. ninny jrt obtevUvc <>t many research pro- It is no, improbable that US pf~
^yVu'ra? oniu'c^of'anTmds ^ "' W**! MCUni ,,," ,ll*"",i "* b-v "!
i simme'wL; tri.^I ,k>rt\rX Vn,ic'1 StaU's- A* mult- thrw" that canoi field oul.Mit- I
tfTSEggilrt?weadTasU """'""" tschmque. were devel- |M4 may one u..> o.n,.- tr.
menhoutM Some samplss ,**,l*d' pre-emergence weeding dl- -Some diiy, thai mtilUSI '
knltii i.i-iWifi w.-etla nor earroti. recttonal spraying. and pre- marked, "farmers are going to
Othen kill.-.! both. Before the harvest snsidlna. None i* i um- spray nn|"'' >> on ,no ground to
end of IM4. however, four pro- vernal method of weed control, but kill weed- than tbej DU
lu**''' wen' found ttfblch were each seems well .-.uited !<> certain tore to operate mechanical CtllU-
lenul '" weeds sod bartnlSSi to crops or certain growing condi- vators."
Two sstre kerosene and tiona. (AGRlci'LTlRE-Reseaivh)
(inaiT: From I'oison Dart
To Ain'sllit'lir
A | m.il| .4 i.i ii|i'l."i'll *nioni ll
...rld' Clrnlnl". IhU Mouth Amu
hail dim irriltnln-.ild junsl*
,>. >ui. bntnw Mum lo
I m.hi COMMERCIAL AMIKIl.t
Curare, desav drug which has
been known and USSd BST ftSD-
. b] smiii. Ainertcan Indians,
used hj pbystclSDa end
surgeons around the world to re-
in-, e Iniinau pain and
From the iiiack. punaeni syrup
with which the indlani In i"-
..f tlie Amazon poisoned
the Upa of their arrows and darts
In kill small animals and birds.
i lOaated the activf,
( hi I IIIm) |t. .".! dan*
i Now. usually com-.
bined with other drugs, it is used
Operating, rooms throughout
irorld.
Until re> one of the
..-.. iil% of surgery was the
frequent III effect *>i sneanssni.
rill- sssntlalstratlon of deep
... often caused cooiplt-
foUowlna surglcul opera*
luses bock, depression,
Rs> over] me isstous-
l> delayed, even If no significant
harm was dOttO Suiti-'". HUM
ssaned alwayi to avoid
deep anet.the.ia. Unfotlun.ilrK. ,i
.1 iieeesssr* bu one simple
i'Imi h uncoWciou* un-
'i rwtlent
'in.niied rigid, trfi'ie so that for
i
of rigid nusetea

....
curare used i
tion with cyclopropane ethei a

injected
tel) after the pauent li .< i
escepi uSoas controlling taspli
. i
afull) hut lightly while
! .
Miraoon t.> m ikP as Inati lea of
li-.iiiiinum size
' in.. Uaii)
believe thai cycibpropane

i
M.o.v doeton Und curare ot
- of poUoa
doea n-it cure
DoUomyellUt, or fight the win
i.ir.ny thn
li
iiM-ir i buiidii
:
i>f prevented by miwsaglnj
and muscles. Curare may be used
to relax the spasm in the uffcetc!
inuw-les and thus tit make poasiblo
then manipulation without causim;
,i.
..i.;..
Other USSB fi>r curare include:
lessening, lae leverttj .-r convuu
slons resulting from tetanus t or
lockjaw, a foi in of infection calii-
ing muscles to contract tightly;
the treatment of ,
diseases of which muscle spasm
is a feature, the relaxation of miu>.
.i- lo i limit the insertion of in-
strument* '"i examination of boay
g ivttiei
The everyday use by physicians
.nd surgeons of the various curan-
foim products now available
mark* curare rs no longer an
experimental curiosity. Only a few
..ears ago. however, when the
public Hist be.-ame aware of it.
curare was u thing of romance a-
well as a 'inlracle drug". Sii
Waller Raleigh, famous British
navigator and explorer, is credited
with taking t Europe the BrM
peelmsn of curate m I5B5. it srai
DOl until the late IHUO's that any-
thing of any importance was
known nbout curare. The difficul-
ties facing toveaUsators vatra sol
primarily scentiflc. Tin- |u*t
.mild Rot net the drug or :.
basic insradlents. Most of the
South Aineii.au Indians them-
stives did not know what they
were using. The mgrtM
the inetnods of preparatinn were
. .
ed few individuals. Hundreds of
in itsMe.
irateWna n
batch brewed, in 1812. n.-w.-vei.
SStobliShSd that curar.*
Milled by relaxing bivslhing ntus-
11. -.. um 1 Inl . bi thej 1 sss*
acting Shortly thcivafter
l:olamsls began to identify and
classify various curare-yielding
plants.
The great French physiologist.
Claude Bernard, studied the effects
< f the druE and localized its action
.tie point of junction between
Bernard dem-
curare by some
inaaown process tamporarilv
interrupted DttrveHnusela ImputoM
Bo that a state of complete relaxa-
tion f. il
t because of the sho.t
Upply, however, another 75 years
went by before pr rial ass was made
with the drua In 1933. Dr. Harold
King, of the National Institute for
liesmrt-h In L-"

Of curare |
been 'a the museuss'i uossessien
for many years. From thu jyce*-
men he succeeded in isolating th
active chemical ingredient.
in- substance which I
named d-tubocurarlne chloride.
Meanwhile, an American, Ric!
ard C. GUI. while in South Amer -
ea had actually tried the fndi..
curare on himself und had be*
impressed with its action. He tool;
to the Unite*! States various spec.
n.ena plants.
ChloAi icspoiiMhU- for the de-
velopment of the first purittt
standardized extract of cura
available to the medical profess)
is II. A. Holiday, a liliiiliaiillit
t of t R Snuibb & S..i
,111 American firm of manufactur-
ing chemists. Iloladay d*
the ntetbOd for purifying cru'l
curare and devised the blologt..
h is used in adJustU
"ill pioduction run to a stand.)'
Without such .1 li I
use of the extract In medfel
n old out have been POI
While the devclortren*. of tl.
purified. standardized extr.i.i
from plants was still going 01
two other American sclent.1..
Doctors Oskar Wlnterstciner
.'.ones D. Dutcher. began to work
mi the probleni of isolating the
live I'.uHipie oT curare syrup de-
rived Item the iinglp plant ipec a
"Chondodendron lonssntoSun
The SUCl <
proved lo be identical with th.il
obtained by ir. King In i35 u
1 and ii-tulxicurari.v
rhlonue waj made .i> nUiblc to *.
IMI.
SclentuSj are continuing to work
oa curare, and nan compound*
have bucn dSMOvered One of
tin m already has been made avail-
able In doctors; U has atVOfS]
pardyzing powers of
d-ttiheoarsrlna chloride, but ir
'. ia Ifsaet effects on i- 1 Ll It
function* Anothet compoun !
known as li-chnndocurarinL- chl* -
ide is being investigated. It ap-
pears to be many times morei
active than the substances now
being used but It occin
.11' < \tr*i 111 such small
" -
PCS know what to 80 With 11 81 II
further NbotaflCSS, new formulis.
^ are being Inve i-
tigated constanUy.
In this one t Id i!rnc :..
cant promise* r ir further conquest
of pain and diea*e. for a longer
and happier life for mankind.
i Af edtcini'-n
..i.hI In lh Mrr'i
I < -...l.i liairlri ..
.- oubiia.rL.-d la UM
Semes i"iorBuon
^Jl-iI.
Advocate Stationery
* / /
lessen* to /'- Anoir/ef/^e that till
your Harihcurv Iissjeaftneniaiint/sf SsW fhstSnaef
yvar are obtainubl- ul Pilrhvrn, nSnesW Ihr
vronomv ami BSrieM of Your wry ptumkm$f i*
a guaruntrr of milinfuvlion.
May We look furtcanl. Ihvn, lo
ing you in Ihr MVU YMAM ol
C. S. PITCHER & CO.
VISITORS BY REQUEST
HIC;H State Depailment officials are
going to press Congress for relaxations In
the present extremely tough American laws
relating to the granting of entry visas foe
foreigners
What turned the trick was the rumpus
over Dr. Ernst Chain, a British-naturalised
Nobel Prize winner, who was twice told he
could not come to America even briefly.
Immigration men need never givf t'ie
reasons for their decisions, and it is only a
"best guess" that Chain was banned because
he advised the Czechs about a penicillin
plant.
MAN WITHOUT MERCY
THE FIRST Negro ever has appeared
the G-men's list of America's ten m< s'
wanted men. He is 48-year-old John H.l!
from Chester. Maryland, and fie is clt-M-nl
by G-chief Edgar Hoover as having ".
compunction about killing any person
luitiier his own interests." Favouri I
weaponan icepick.
DRINK TO THE BARMEN-
NEW YORK TIPPLERS, with Christrr.
just ahead, can heave deep sighs of rein
A threatened strike of barmen in 950 pubs :
off. The men in white coats have a ncv
agreement: a five-day, 40-hour week (com
pared with 48 hours till now).
TWO-TON PUNCH
TONY (Two-ton) Galento. who on.-.
fought Joe Louis for the heavy-w.i:.
championship, may have lost his waistlii
but he still retains his punch. At Irw
Peimsylvataia, Tony, now a profrssn,
wreattar, was jailed for nine hour
fight with a sports promoter. Police lis>
four of the promoter's teeth as ml
DOLLARS ROLL IN
WILLIAM LEVITT, who is building Un-
priced homes in "Levittowns" in vario
parls of America (the first on Long >la;
consisted of 17.500 houses), has had a si;
prise.
The ncvest Levittown is al Bristol, Pen
lylvania. near the gigantic new wuib }
up by United Mates Steel. And over l|
week-end 200 eager home-buyers each p
down a 10U-dollar deposit as a "bimlci ;
10.000.doll.il (J,570) nOUb*,
I "All that moneyand so near Chnsim;.
aid Mr. Levitt happily.
MORE PAY. PLEAS I-:
BECAUSE America's furniture and be.
ding industry is enjoying the biggest proli'
in its history201 million dollars befoi
taxes in 1951. compared with 187 millio
last yearthe workers are asking for a hell?
rise.
PUFFING AWAY
LOCAL passenger trains are fast disap
peering from the American scene. Twit
Competition from buses, lorries
and private cars; and although everyone
sentimentalises over the clanking locals with
the romantic names, nobody wjnts to use
them any more.
"I'm snarl. I gavr Ihrsr
lo Da ("Ma's for ytu
lo lakf hunf!"
DOESKIN
by
Hun l\V.ini rrhuilum
ol England
in glorious rolours
58/60' Wide $10.98
MTfi
LAMBSMERE
A Range of fine and
colorful checks in
pure Wool loomed in
Scotland.
58/60' Wide $10.82 p. yd.
Da Costa & Co., Ltd.
WHY NOT CONSCiiVE VALUABLE FOOD 1
siijim; -s in ii- i in i /i
AVAILABLE FROM STOCK
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FOR YOUR

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COINTREAU
VIKLI.E CURE
GRAND MARNIER
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Spscial
COLD STORAGE ROES
.48 per 1-lb Pkne.
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KRAFT CHEESE
Modern Cleaning Aids
MAMMOUTH CLEANSER
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rllDAV UMM1V I. Itg
IIAKBADOS AIIMX Ul
PAHl. FIVE
Labourer Gets 6 Years
For Dynamiting House
:,' penal servitude was passed on
Christopher Itill. an ancultural labourer of St James by
Q 1. Tuvlm at the Court of Grand
Sessions yet<
ind guilt) ewlfctf in the sessions of damag-
>l Maude Best by some explosive
i n September 9 After the sentence was passed
Hill appealed. ^^
This appeal, it is understood, will be to the Judicial
It* kind trom Barbados since Millicent Nicholls of
St uid guilty of murder and condemned to
death several years ago at the Court of Grand Sessions.
----------------------------------------------------------------Mr. J. E. T. Brancker who ap-
srsr-| 1 Oil ssarsd an behalf of Inll told thr
\\ llf'sMS ^IOl**n "H"' ,hal hls clienI had "o seri-
_ __. ald was regarded as a hard
The Police have received two worker by those he worked with
Ik-tore passing M-ntei.ee Mi
JugtiOS Taylor lold Inll 'The
One r-|.irt tame from Ernests Jury have found you guilty of a
Village. St. James, senous ofTence that of blowing
Sly -I fed that a motor car P a person's house with some
lOStve suhstance. Not long
"in. .i little boy was killed when
rosed blown up and I have
1J0 a.m. >n Wednesday ' ihOW you how dangerous an
tn HI -i-kman of CloodU\id
th^i a _.Mr Justice Taylor further told
valued MO was 'n" **' he should consider him-
tiotn hts open yard be- <* lucky M he could have killed
tweeti 830 a.m. and 6.05 p m ,h 'd woman in the house and
b*r 27. would therefore have found him-
Ol ll.igga.t Hull ''"lf -Wore : -orteit that o wrist *"<>"* charge.
i $80, earrings. "' ** eome to the conclusion
valued <1 u Ud -sixpence were ,n'', voi are hard work
stolen fr.-m ntl beam ( nave done good work in the
3 am. on Old Sf?ar*t Day and 8 eommunity. but this doe* not pre-
Wednesday.
A i t of shoes value.! $12
..icd $18. i shirt
I : M-U | l r ol -<'k- -..: >l M>
and $T in cask were stolen from
Stafford OOTtng of Chelsea Road.
I a*t
(soring sUssed the arvcles
-.. ..,::;* *&j[jurz
mo .:... s w3as sssr jr'stf^'T^ ^
s fzjssra.* :
St. George reported that his d,cn,- r(lun^i c iienriVrMm
ken and entered Clark* KC Henderson
9 30 am. and IJO p , ft .hl,ll(. Tj%, ,. ,
''*"" * Clarke on a personal bond and
surety of t&
I.E. PHESEVIS Ml Mil
I six!' : | J m \ Illl (iO\i:R\OR. Sir Alfred Savage, prewnu I m-d.il lo
l .!-!* <( Hie Alliance Kraii. .iIm- de la Bar rude The mrd l- wire from
eibr Of I'jr.N In ihr trnlrr Is Mr K Turkrr. who was also prrscnied .
\a\ M.t .i
\I1...1I. I
4 inrdjl
HeJdfl IVtsfiil.d
To Mmnbet* Of
.iliuiioi* Fraiicaftfte
.Is I
.

In.- '

Mi
i
a p i
riancP'se de la Barbade.
Severnoi
i ihe medals. Mail-
Noott Pre*i.ir : \
large ai
"
IU1 ......nal from !
M helped
Association i,. estah! :

. usju
n" ("ii
Ui ul mii Kxt.utive Commute
II .ill tim> .itTor.l-
[..
rial hllsnce withmit whlcb
I i Seal impossible I.
i.hi \ on th v* hi k >f 'i \
riiN
In reeognlUon -f the vei-
1 'i dnesi of the
Pi bj giaj lo fou
r ..vk m-u hB
as
M
h<
i'u.

The food
- v family
iliwss
>J dkturj
a tile added to
- .r.ll,
lii jar : I oi..l c
4 ex., ..
Kiilhiisi.i>ni
vent me from sentencing you to
a long term of imp-.
Mr. Justice Taylor said
Ke-trial Postponed
Festival Of Britain Photos "Show Boat"
On Show At Assembly Hall At The Rocks
.
The
Tn
Dlfhl
Hnrible M: JlaM I
L
stolen.
Boys1 <;iiiil> Qpoaed
VI St. Cecilia
arlM
lUO failed |.. Hgrre on whether
or not Clarke was liinir. ol
breaUoi the shop of A. Blenman
on June 15. 1061
THE EXHIBITION OF PHOTOGRAPHS f the Festi- 1 toc comTsMU featu.. .
val of Britain, which was shuwn at the British Couucil ""f* '""'''" ' Blm "SHOW
last month, whs on view at the A.ssemblv Hall, :ipeihts- !:OAT!,""" I"'"- i"''i",'i la
town,from Wedneed.j TheAseemb^, H.iii w.n be thrown %Citt^tfitlKt
open in 'ho public every day until Saturday from 9 a.m conductor will Ik- Cap*: C 1
to 11 a.m in the morning and 12 noon lo 4 p.m. in the Raison.
evening for them to have a look at the manv photographic M,,.!*" SftSLfa .?"V
prints
tlVal I'h'.itiir
1 night
' Paul*! on ' an
1 "t..graphs of l scul^-
.i ty i.ight Ium :nat were staged
in. raUval
Tbi 1
MasmDly
1 "in shu 1. itmctinsj jroung
1 .
! I.AKtMl Hlllf. -
f Upper Carllon. St. James, >>
jn Wednesday remanded on bait
0 which wal until January 16 by Di*tn.i ^
Ualkeith Komi. ( ,
rONCDCT IIVKHTI'IUE
OHhert .ud H,
TTv Ulkmdn.
; n j it < l In lulls
: batch of WMter-
3> MMhaeJ Mas de-
1.uned ai rfospMal
Xsierda) sftoi he u-11 (um the 1
motor lorrj
., along
PaaaassM


dalltogi, iu- mi
Val keCorox
11 h.....Iwa/i idsm
1 rnsi.ii cumin
l *nd tn-
Steal Fnincal>
ol Um Alliance Ftai.-
1 iiiin being.
\ '.:, ..' ;r. -.-,.
lugnsb
i ici Prssldem "i UM aiii..-
1 he has made an Inval
hrlbuUoB ti> the mrti
tUSJ of this asaoclMloi.
in reesfulilon "f this del
rou Hi 110
-M- invite you to accept ir>
medallsoB.*1
Arter the itresenratiim. a fll.
1 u Vincent*1 was showi.
I ill 111 wluth -
mk of eharny, iueeburuu| n*
I- n
:. omed 11
and hh arils ud wish.
him Hi
MARINE HE
THE VITAMIN B [JCRKt
GIVES COOKING IXTSA ccr;., ej th0 fUVOUR
A Boys' Club has bet 0
jn the old building on tl.c
grounds of St. Cecilia Barracks,
numlier td llovs' and Girls* Clubs
Barbados to 15 St. Cecili.
CASE DISMISSED
alH.Ul 3.30 u.m. the \,
.irae. Belle Is charged wir'
tnu"ln" bod,l>' l"ri" Ihrofn
' ~ dangtrou* driving on Decembei J
belle was driving EIS, a van >f rfNAi iT"'-"
si Mlehael
DM 0SJ
Cumrj.ibatch sustained
Mr. G. B. firitnih, Acting Po- lvs tl) hi* back.
lies Magistr.irc ,.[ Dutrtet 'A"
Pash'iie Road Thit brines tho ve5l""'ll'>' dismiase.1 w.lhout pie- Allan Pile of Cva Mill St. ,
ludlce a case of larceny brough. Michael -u-ia.ncl InJufMi to his f' **"" '
against Stella lhinv of lint- hajad when h" fell liotn a m-.tor ts-yer-old Gloria Cadog.m
headflUSrtaa ol ^ "' Sl "*** *> A"""'' g** JtVI HUJ Koa.lycs.er- *JM Othallne Sobers
Spnngei. inernoon H was taiten to ">jureu.
1 VAiai
. .;!.. .1,
ma Kussc
"*tlA!'HHAM.
I HI Ml
Tlir *Ui,.wIh... K...
m Han Mvar"
.. n-IIT
Thr W.iu. rtaiMI
A.herley Bros.
Speight*tin-
;
the PoUeg Bend
The Commissioner t"i I Ihe
Advoctle that this Club will
in teaching the bOfl
music and singing.
that In ".ime to
" -ll '* M^ts5igee^wl0|,
n.^^. r. nmnn. .i* m*. lor* tampered v. th.
Springer charged Burnett with the U eral Hospilal -in ds-
tenting hei petUcosl which was uunsd
VSJued al Si: on August
BprhupH said no August 29 she .1, r*- 1 f abrai
locked her house and ict; snd rreigftiers Uisctxargc Largo y;,is
hen she returned she found 'he
Cadogan since had here left (o
amputated while Sober* sutTeiv
from a fractured lelt 1*-*: .n
brasions to ber right leg. Bon,
Ml ; ."!. ....
I llospltl).
trom among its mem-

WEDDING
XHHBI Sagucnay i'liimnal^'
,hl. fieigiilcis wer in purl y.Meruay FIHHINO BOATS ol BfHKSjhti
Ifaj uiKiii.nifiog cargo in Carlisle Bay. town returned lo the llsh marki
TOO) WSta the SS. Suaray. S.S. on Wedue'day evening with !
nd S.S Maru dr l*r-
On going inside the boill
found that her petticoat
missing The DtKl das gh. ...
Burnett and while they were hunwblt
talking she noticed thai the ue- rtnaga.
fendanl was wearing her pcth- Within' the la-! three days,
coat. She reported 'he matter to these ships hava> brought in this
IhS Police. port about 2,500 tons of gcneni
The sole witness for the de- cargo which they loaded at U.K.
d on Thursday fence said that she did not **e ports and the Continent. The
>.m.v.i1,i and he Maria dc Ur
BROOKS-CASEY
Iff l.l.'yd Brooks, sun of Mrs
Ophelia Dnretha Brooks of Bay
Street I on Thursday
It.C Church lo >hc defendant go into Springer
M i .laughter ot houw. *"' * her wearing a
i Mrs. A. G CLi-y of petticoat which looked like
Springers.
'II.. i.i, iiniiy was performeil ,^^_^^^^_
In f A I i Ui ion B J The
given i" marring' by
Mr V u Vaughan whll,. the
duties of negllllSii hail ti Mr
huu : <; Allayns
.iti lii-s of flying llsh. They '
-Id at 6c. each,
l*eople had to rush on Tin
Aim* Simple
Ha than said thai Um >
ilnu and obje I
Iran ilmpls.
Tinv in eviturel onl) '
Id "There u no politH
W. gr gathered tOWlhll
.in aver gtewsM srnp ,.r Btranftl
and unit) unilividcd b) COlOUl
ctsed.
"VVo gff -nn|iK m;,
knowing more .-f the I* I
uf lue nd ihr Prciu\ rulturt
Vho know gsaw
. Preneh waj <-r lUs, pass It oi
ii < i'Iii-
"We ii...t indfa ition durms lit
idvisoi, to UNO groWln| ,.llIhht.
.,.,.., ultimate responsibility N .., .,. u
ing with me. if I am omv....." ,,,., Uattiirss, film ihowi snd talk
that the SdVaM ol th< (
Council m Ihe decisions oi the M(. ..,.,, ., .,,, u ,,
Ix-gislaliv.- C-uncil aie not. lo ,, ,, ,h, ,..
ii. ' tit- Irt-w-id Islandv A.I. ,rul-
A'ltigita i .oiiii'-il
a> K'" Page 1
TWO limitation* make i| dlflcu
lo oparess toe oonetltuUon with*
.ii friction. The Executive Couu-
ill
Hta)
"In the interest- of god ordei
Ife sild that the* had n :
order to get some of ihe smaii ***** ,B"h ood Oovernment" kll(ll ,,. .....|,.l(. .., n, ,
Fires Destroy
Shop, Canes, Car
rtnaga left port 11
i.. i. i in sunni arrived
yesterday and wa* not finished
unloading.
Thi .itcifiiini wag
with the cersjo from tbeat i
thai lishermrn made but
OH Wednesday hawkei-. OOUld tnt)
lake ink)
Mi idgrt' n snd Otbai places for
Most of the Bp<
i:.,. uwts i linn Dshlni
The mooring i's empty of boat:
duty
tioh > I pOWSn Hi tin .nv I Ik'Iiivi-
ngnt
.. for Bnanetal i
Aniigii i doSfl 'mt balance her
l
... - ; i.
position Until ilui.
Ilnan.
Rich h.oi rallabls
1.1 if books, rnsgastnei

Pai
TALE OF A
HORSE CART
;.i.]y dO the Polii
eelve report rsg aStd carts D v. S. Scott
being stolen However one such) i |j p (
report cams from Gwendolyn
Cox of Buckingham Road. Bank
Hall. St. Michael.
She said that she left the horse
and cart, which eontt
r potato) si Black-
tpfa between _
6.15 and 6.35 p.m. on Wednesday. '"
She wen away and
Tin- i.. rso i-. valued oo,
-does SB.
Fire COniplaifjl] destroyed a
wall and wooden shop about
12 X 7 feet at Two Mile lid) St
Michael. Lho of Mr
yesterday about
The Flic Station received the
call about 1.25 p.m. but when the
Foe Brigade under Major II
Craigg arrived on the
building was already destroyed.
A fire of unknown origin at
Square Plantation. St
1 intend ii*' ' d iinii'i"
i v Council be Hvoa ro-
ii.iy. I ask Huh
1J1 the parUn-rfcinp with open minds
" frr, ,.f uapieidn whl<
.,, the eui
In 1C5| Antigua's <
- iwlss a- I .ig< ....
. .
pi, hue ...i.i h alkm
The Phl,,P- al bout 83 "'"
'* Wednesday burnt 150 hole
WORKERS RENEW
REGISTRATION
third crop rip
Of Plantations Ud. The canes
wore insured.
Labourers assisted m putting
out the lire before it could
further damage.
Motor car E-236,
Toward- th*- end of the vear George Sobers of Farm Road, St
number
ended the Bureau when i! .aughi lire along Gambcl
Hi s- JairuM at about i.oo pm
. and on Wednesday.
Ich have been The car |g valued $1800 It is
bason Hans of the ihci-
This i ,-.-,, it the) denl il . tastai
are ho) ,,, ^jj Chu-: i
-start in future,
bun mornings and us early a. I o'< I fe '',"'''" ''" '\ ,
I boats arc reftrtning lo ,hc mark* "" """"vjl "' '-""'""
ith ftsh.
uATrMHCTc ucui Fishermen say that around tits
MOIOKISTS NEW unw -f ih.- *eu the* have
YEAR RESOLUTION verj careful hw they asU
Colonel It I MlClMUn, > om- windu gusty .,1,,,.. II
i oi Polios lold .he end thej ssa cboppj
ni.it he would like they i >.ii"' flying I I
mo.onsii. to adopt tlie following plentiful within anothei art
New Year Resolution: Draw up two.
,. ,i .,- IK-HI the id- of I..- \ I'" VI ' '
I ' offenders
OUJ street* and loads District wf" Police Martial-
U ow .-irough already and Mr S H Rung during the we-ik f"^
b> Uii thuughtleiiMieas of some Tlie highest l\n* was S3.SO
i- I,.,ii lien,, llopr of Bastard
1: Is )uit as easy to draw up near All<-> St PatSl .- ......
IdewaUt as it I- to park pay within SCVI
1WU frOBB it' va> convicted on a -
FIRST STANDPiPE Ti
AT KENSINGTON """ S?W
The Sanitary Cons '* LVV"
gal
\ir i> Qu*oli V;
Moiiiiil Bospifssl
i h Children si
Horn Black it.-k und
i Mi llarald Ho
Mug :. Una grail
red MenUI Ik
ital. I: "..I
I in- progTamms wa i uvt i
-in imr.it- of the lloapltal u
>isting u
HARRISON'S b'om, 5r
l\ IIIOIM I I.M.
\i lomtiiir
THB KINKS! CAB POLISH EVER MADE
ai TniiKiTr (oiiiuins V% rUHconge,
Mit* minimum amount ensure a
?Ul tn
IOIIIII VMM IIAIV
III IMI III \*. SI \ ..i
< OIIIIOSH I SALT AIII
\l Tiililill'l I I... 11 il,,- Ume wllh hall
Itw labour jhsi pul II on .mil wlpi.....
easy as thai and tl ilnlah will lusl fur
monthf with atropla waahlnj] with cold watar
OsT -Al IOIIIII I :" ro-iiAV
us so i:asv ami so loom
\%\i\ SI.till '!! leoini
"SS~ Itflcu ci i2.aii5 bi Danta, r u,...nin... m.>
lan, wh.. un i I i.........
s I ..
HARRISON'S H"rd"ar' D'p'
TEL, 2364.
siiiiiaiiiiga
1 Just Received m
a fn-sli lupin, ul of
1 PURINA CHOWS "
beinnes us
hin the gr*iil-in-aid of S725.O0U
TN.oik- ti) the new di aft plan the-
s i rotary "' ^,",<' f '
laraed thai Antigua's allotatioi
under C i> snd w be in n
to 1200.000.
miDoaen on There will M dl
View SI ,*lnm<' uv>ailBg prajacti In ine
l 1192 on Jin '"J- "'':'"' '" i' '
. BWUB Of Cnlail. SI. l-uov. lulh Vou will 0. .
* .., .", art round iullti i 'i"--i r Wr.i i,. POl O COMPFTITI'JN
bi.i^.1 r,s Both fTr.,. """""" ....r.,.-.... t -ii. ..,...... ' <"
.he l,,..nri.l nd p........Ij, Cl
n pay Ihr IUM n....... dal lull "} '"l".llon will have .
Ihrv will undrrit.. M dare' .in- An.",uf;
. ,.n, i balm ii.. saw eonautuili
may mark Ihe Hirninir no.nt '
Till IIII.IIV. \1 I IIVIMI. ,.,,,,
FOOTBALL SERIES
DRAWN
KIN0STON, r< D"
lamaKi bf il n
I rooroall n,at.h II... afu-.ii,
IN UM ^-rir-. ,il 1 all an.1
Il ..V,l
ii r
K
Road. Thii i- ii,,' ii .. ....."
lo bf pul down alone laa road
', m.,ntha aiB a araac
main n. lal I Th *.
. Orlran
diatrkta,
l.boi.rrrs have already due.
H. Jason Jones 8t Co.. Ltd.

. '! about Hva le deep TW ,|NS .,, s, ,,,.,.
CONCILIATORY
UINUON. Jan.
MORL BIRTHS
MM more
'""ha ui Dlamel "A--S1. The T.....
"Ihan'de.^.. !
eUWrtn horn top Sorialisls imprisoned
29th. in an attempt
j 8gfl 'wnnaai w ovennrow the government
Th^ n
sSJiihl% lh." '"? W" 3M0 ** S'P'"
Ihe number of deaths was ovt-rthM.
.-fa*La*if ar.aa.-i .ii .a- i * i.. Ii ..I liofttf f 1
' "":'1 ,l" rrylng Nit repsli Ihe \ .....
eland pipe. . ....
Pii i, ; '' '' past brought the island el
. \,a u I I '""' ""l U" dltoflnS nill nor.
Died J I."'-. ''' not expeoi to resume iheni ntll I am a Arm bOUevei that the i
ing British race rse owner ami .nflor ,,,,. irop 11lp dllT.<.ll(^ .( constltutloa will make Antlgui
i In special report the okh-r IhmUkt of the movie transportation presents Itael.' to ln-ttrr gnd h.-inpier pises I I*-'
win. ignite, J AithurRank, aged ,he ((ir,irn|,,inrr, during <*..
.. _.._____ ________op season and so they and srteh von |i
work after thr- \r-., i n. |n 1952.
Messrs llird. I..kr and W "
flniahed a Terminal Rood .11 I werr appointed Chairman '
Bridge at Rosrohel. s. Peter rommitter. nspsctlvely
Died
Hi shop
gged si
M..nslgn-.
of Andrla
IF
What's Your Colour Scheme? ft ','1 Ir?
Make i| ark*) toil like with Hmm_____
Kexuear Slie.-ls Ml 100
72 x 90
Kevu.ir I'illoM Coses 20 X 111
C.II.in Pillow Cases 20 \ :l $1.72
Dyad Cottoa Sheelinc in Pink. Blue.
tireen. 72 ins. arUa, yd......... $3.15
M ins. v\ide. yd....... $3.72
While Cniion Sheelina
"II ins. wide, per yd. $3 33
$7.H
$7.77
CAVE SHEPHERD & CO.. LTD.
10. II. 12 4 13. BROAD STREET
FOR COMFORT
RIDE A
HOPPER
BICYCLE
THE BARBADOS FOUNDRY LTD.
Whilepark Road
t-'abl I^ettm.
J I J rt...-.
Mustard. Bsnwi Msrjoran
Thyme. Pepper. Parsley.

Lash OnicN
I
I
fiard,
I m Y gy I LO > i
.Mint \

i (Olai
'
William. Bosmoa. Sahi.
i lied] Ageuti.f.. Ho
hook. Chrysanthemum.
N'lgeiin. gtraei i-
.
'
I

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IIMllllAii

Milk
rial Vteni .s
i crigp
-
Tn Prull


s,

1 lb. pki '
,i .
.8!
I
1 '
STAXSFELD SOTT A #>#.. #-#*/.

Week
140 80
.31 41
38 .31
113
i.m 1.90
M .40
$130
1.80
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81
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PACK M\
BARBADOS ADVOCATt
FRIDAY. JASIABV 4. ItSt
CLASSIFIED ADS.
IH III ir SAI I S
AUCTION
mONOMI JSOi
chanf M


' 1 OH Ml 1
ills lor Deth >| lllMC.i |V|
C 4'' M i M in oawrileiii
IMHR THK SII.VKR
II VMM IK
on the
art of the rJepartmenl of Set-
rnce nd Agriculture In* the
of November, ltv.
IN MtMOKIAM


Viol *
behind
.
end
irtmd
fww l be rnwntfrrd It

awoi NCEltfENTO

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irit eandiium. '
fhie BH MM
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ii *-m (-1 lit"
l rear.-l "fCet Fhone 1> a*****
ire IrU-k Ci*rlda> "";
Boud
Kiuher. Til**.. L*rd>i Coal Sttvi
Cooierator low Trradle :m I
,.-i workins a+tfer and other :u-*
-.
: *\mv TROTMAN A CO.
Aurlioncers
1
N raeeUrrii
DH4 2210.
1 1 t *S- ?
0m S *>.p
1.1,F(TKK'AI,
HMWlW '--
- i;.-i. im n
I Ban
niui nl..i.J A'*" on* --
ihatjHtfl a**t p**d
Al>; Boefc HU
MIX'l i I.WHH'S
u.iIim George"* Eatbro4*
Daint* and im." Loo.in*.
I-. Colmi.ed Fbi-- BlanSa*;
.. ISH I.ALVA.MSXD
MIXTS N*ft Caih mnill lot only S n
it*), ifl **S lit M *0 A BARxra
CO VI
A IOI \l>
LOST



WAMU)
HILP
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>>irnl lrl|* Ton
L.nJV like II. VMM Ki.p-l-r.l. M
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II
1 QM lee*, ol lend in
ofl-i raimr-l
tl.-i..w Aim an fluke, l-rd on* dnuMi
iiil n. J 1 5} *n
LIQUOR LICENSE NOTICI
The apolWatxm of SyUeatrr Mi>.
"W of Do>t-IU ltd L"h t
Hr l-nr.l.U-.n In Mil Hplrtti Mall t.lqu
r. ,i wall Kult.i. i-
1 i n (i, within DIMrWt 'A
r a viiron rw*
Police M.i4>i>IibU. !>!* A '
S MAXWrj.1
IGRKlLTURAL REPORT -
*JlbtJM ::-;<:. 'I
Il-*r DM
prom mug sugoi can* varse-
rted to peasants
and plantjtwm at the si*d erf lh<
iVu-jnt Agriculture month
r*-*nt Agrtceltur* In the EmmMt Tree rrapacaMM
( tlHQ ana IH.Ul-.tl-*. Fifty oranfA 4<
*A>-I iriw. The reaping ol groprfrult and 14 luboo liir.i
early i *in waa cotitinuad durlni uwi war* budded during th<
the rr.-.iH. Ylekb for the moat month. Fruit trae* delivered fro*"
Heather, The rainfall for the n .l4p no( hc^n very Mtjf. ( ^rm^ton were aa follows:
bar, IMS, *-'s f^cto, Corn find weet pnutoen Orange 22. Lime 40. Lemon 4
ivaffjga There were le^pg,) g|to fell nhort of exueeta- OhatMoek 7. Mandarin 10, Po-
i-ejvy and well distributed ihow- ))artf tlreen vobtatable crupa melo I. Guava 1. Water Letnoi
< rs on the 2nd. lllh and 24'-i coatli. .ed to grow well m -ind. In many areaa. heavy show- 1heuid be In good supply bv the |>Wtrlaartlon ef OrwaaaeaU
>ra alo tell on the 3rd. 6'.h' orrt end *>' Dreembar. riarU- Kighi hundred and aixty-
28tn. hai-r CtM, Plarrl canes to te ulll. ,,lumentnl i-lanU of differ-
According to rainfall returns harve ted la 15* give promise .,-m distributed.
m 30 Stations, sltuat- at --> j-ml yields The AfloretUUon. in addition ti
,..| in the various rainfall cate- lakxms. in many inrtancow ate Iri(. above, 305 ca*uarlna troe:
cones of the Island, the average bolow standard. The young wtrn alltrlbutcd.
tot:.l rainfall fr.r the month was i !;"= " n"nlna *"' Chemical
M8 inches. The avera*. loW t:,*D*''y _,. .-^ __ Soils. Analytical work was con-
mbV, lvM was ll-2 **"**; ^ 1 inehga; the average t-tal for Ne- 'j*""""' *"" ' monAh* ftfoi lure deteivunanons wan
;he past 100 year, was S^^^JdK rL nu,d ^ ,,s '" "",netllon wU
7 81 inches Ttie average f*al > the ^>^'"P J'"^' mv^tigalions into the use o
.'.Ii 'i tag Island for the "^ VT-^ihLv i? ?h., ''"' ,,,oc,l5 in w*!er c0"1^
...nths J.-nuarv-Nnvem- "ble In '? ^'^l(r,n ^^ work.
her ,951 II appro" .....M. H.W "?h ,nCl^It "^"-J"PP-n!i Dallls grass issued lo certaJ
ge total for the R_f*"* ,oconi",t oln* plantations for planting as a pro
ling eleven months for "IL,. __. nbtUM , rhlo( tective cover in the bottom i
m 74.99 inches J *J?*J~SmJ^pensant 5fi" drJ""- "..'ffTSg th* ^
^T2fca rfttv* vy satisfactorily,
fruit and .*U-re* Analysis of _2 samplr
The G<
ATIONS |
day-boy
COLERIDGE AND PARRY SCHOOL
NpeiKhi-town. Barbados. B.W.I.
f Tin School Invttg Al'PLl-
the post ot liF.ADMAM * The
iter will be rtcjuired to take up tht appointment on 1st
ggg and Fdrr> School is a new secondary' school.
and will have 380 pupils on the roll- The school
lime.
I'< t and lll-ei-r*
peat* reported atlackl: _
The higheat total for November, crops in November were
ine abovemvn- mseets and "
t.uiud stations was 14 UB niche*, ornamental tre-
iccurdea st a station in ine high- white butterfly
land!
the
of bagasse taken from the Vallt
N B T>ii> ppiir.ii.M
"id al a Urtiium r<>,
IN.,W Ci.i'

I i?--l
*! ifagessrai
ruornfo boat Ttw runuia bobi
, f .nncri% owned ! Mac
.* .ilh nrw mail, and all
i uwnel iravans le ulaiid -
AVfti> Colin Cailn.
4 1 J..
LIQUOR LICENSE NOTICI
The aapLealton ol 'an-.m M pavni-
itQI -.-Kar ot Cav. ll.li. *t Mir heel,
'or paa-wOoion lo -11 BM
Uq..ora. A( al a Wall tnnldlha! al favr
Hill, ft Mtrliaet
D-inl Ii. Sl>l da> or Denmbvr. IStl
To g > U.IXUH Ii|
Pollee MagtairaU. i' H *
CAPMEN I'AVM:
Amlir. i
N n Ti- aepllca'iiin will be w>d-
ird al a Ueriiair>i Court H b* Katd al
.1 DaBtrtct A"1 on nida.
i. inn fi'I.I.FH BMUBIUtarioor H*ml.
::a Mopa. la.aB-a Baal Qenaa 1UH
rieah Brua**a, Manicure
i I : It astea. Tooth
i .-npleKion BruaKaa. ana
II P (liiwnun
1 BIUM,
roport Khjk. 1tiII Ttw
pnttV 1.1...11.11 QMalBTi
l.-.. Pr Ww Meari *t
t i u-an
MmbVwS *"" ''"'"niond planuiioni bat
,. hum ,rt ,,i .. di^rtcln, lua* on a variety ol lo' .r.K.
^e^%f?'^o^nCgU,S WaTr,e^hl0^..UromT^Praffn,.''
su*ar Oum riM :5mein.rer ^ tkms. where two further 3 x S x
Md its fi"""1 pea-^n't Llveateek Livestock direct and residual K20 trials ar
appearance; tb* i condition of the ratoons m- t month in obtaining application vc as made to sugi.
' ,1 "'' i, k" y m nHeqiiate supplies of concentrat- cane plots or. the potash trial 01
i fields which are still p^^ aiu| green fodder. s"1"" holding at Chance Hal
I -kward. Extension Work. The Peasant St. Lucy.
The planting Of_tnsj new crop A-riruuur8] Extension staff Copies of a papur on the man
.mplcted during Uie month; viJte<1 47$ ^aaant holdings and unng of sugar cane in Uarbnd.
here has been a slight tnereaH 10> school gardens In November, which was presented by the Agri
f the acreage planted to the new Eleven mango trees were top- cultural Chemist to the B.W.I
seedling varletv BKWI worked Sugar Technologists meeting ll
iu. rree.voi C*Bttrtltle-s. The Plant Dis- October, 1931. are being clrcu
< , -.,, . ease* Inspector with 'he assist- latexl to plantation managers.
' nnee of trie Peasant Agrleultural Leaf Analysis. Sixty-one nitro
Extension staff carried out the gen determinations and 31 potas
'Inal Judging In connection with determinations have been com
following competitions; pleted during the month


Harbour Log
iruiiig to rctui
I Sugat Cane
tlM MUd avrt-ge
by plaAUUOfi in
,(i..:Jtf.ti3 .me-, miide uiy ;'"'
u: n.al3 acrs of plant canes s,.no,(i"vegetble gardens! Peas- lgtf igfflg"ColHHtod Alrttlg Vh
and 24.707.M acres of raioons i |M( v|ll.rtaoi,. gardens. Peasant year from the fnctorml manuri.
all kinds. The acreage to be hoying, nnd cotton plots. There trials. Difficulties in the suppl
reaped by planta* 0M u V-'^d ex- UPh. ,nmo very good entries In of certain reagents are expecte<
c-eds that of 1931 by 1.218.91 ,.,,,,, ,,f ,hese competitions to retard progress in this work.
decrease ol jhr Atrieullural Stations. Fodder. Four complete fodde
1,023.15 acres of plant cant* an i Rainfall at the Stations was a' analyses (P.P.F.T. samples) hav
jafar Academic courses in Arts and Selene- (with Agricultural > .
.ii to the General Certificate of Education (Oxford BBsl Cainbridgi
ichools Examination Board.)
The Headmaster should be a gran
iareierably lo Mathemati ,.sseslon of quaUlica-
uns in Agriculture and
idvantage- He will be required to devote his wIsBli
-hool and promote oul-of-ilus* BOtlvly
The salary offered is 9U0 per -nuum. The Headmaster is not
CM] s .....'..; -i ue is pensions!/.
.ct. Nt. (ontributions are payable but the rruiumuni ciualif\ing period
. tan years. Service at U I 1 will count as
LlstilCHm under British Teachers' Supi rannuatlon Acts.
Paasagt- expenses to Barbados not exceeding 200 will be paid
gainst appropriate vmiiherv A ttrm's long leave is grin!'"
I v years on request but at present no passage money is available for
i-ave.
Applicants should forward a statement giving the following
articulars:
1. Date and place of birth.
2 Schools and Univciitt. g
3. Degree, giving subjiclfi and class obtained.
4. Other qualifications.
3. Teaching experience with dates and positions held.
i. War gatratl | if any).
7. Participation in out-ot-class activities.
8. Games record.
9 Administrative experience.
10. Medical Certificate of fitness.
11. Copies of three recent testimonials.
12. The names and addresses of two referees.
The statement should be attached to a covering letter of appli-
atlon.
Candidates living in the Caribbean area should send their appli-
atlons to the Honorary Secretary to the Governing Body. The Cole-
idge and Parry School, G.P.O. Box 243, Bridgetown. Barbados. B.W.I.
9 30th January 19.'>2
Candifi dak illB| ni the United ICingdom should send their appli-
ations lo the Secretary, the West India Committee. 40 Norfolk St .
arndon. WC.2 to reach him by the 30th January 1952.
30 12.51.3n.
SHIPPING NOTICES
l>een completed together with II
EXP.P.I1.M M>

Wra tiros*. Garde i
paraor. will
Ha*ia-ar>
TRAIUM.
ggtati
i s,.i... jurt
Thr Oaiier^l
Una
Hat Mar*
I
M.V Ca.iq.n- .1*1
t*dv, Sen Lurilla M Smut
ganrkpua. Ken. Ri*tu M.
lit Hi- Wnll<>. s*h Philip
Umi ! a S Seh
,h DOrlac. Sh E
"i n m S
IM it csatai Bo-u.1 li *

taaang. rasa* siu at >s ** *;*
I'l IPI IJ MMIIIS
Burr
less.....' I
l*r. from St l.una
S % Sunray. 4J0T lona M
qardmai. (ruin Olaasow
S a aarca^or. I
Dunn, from Llvarpool
iBPAallBSS
Maria de l-a-ilnafa
Capl Ka>. lur T.inla-I
I on Risivr
HOUSES
,i .
NOTICE
MHiHiV d'.vrN mat O.a parlnorahlp
,1 praaanl ran lad on oy ci< thr uiidar-
mnt O I. W CUik- >i>d K D
Mm aa ffcairilora undrr Ihr -l-lr *J
. i g i iarke a Co." la Ihla
^.-.1 by mutual eiiiiaenl and
I >i Iha aaid E P Hn*tt+ will realBSUI
aa a XnMc-ltor undrr hla own
1*1 au*et. BikU'' -
i ,i, ,.< Uecomayr.JSSI
Q I. W. CLAJtKL,
D ROOIJlh
1 I Sf-3
.
1 I
PlaeR H.<* wilfi
. i ,-. Al
PARTNERSHIP NOTICE
A IT'CII tl 4 C'i> h.na Ihli
WIIITTOOI
coumpoi Arjiaraowo
.-.* ol January 1*41
E MAXWT.IJ. BHH-*rr*.NE.
1.IKDSAV S K- UBX
1 1 ',1 ;a
, MRS MISS gvri
aatba*
s a i
hm iv \iw :: \r T
It i l O. 1 s| lie I (
BARBADOS H'Rr CUB
NOTICE
rEMDkttg ara i.ii i.....-
lit i. attl liquor. R#lrr.luiirnU Mi
I |pr tiairiaon Savaniuih on Bac.- D.m
iLtlna lH
HM b.- lorwanl..! III *
. |- .ii~<-.l IIMir.H H.H
JliiH ANI HI | nw*
iddlfMrt lo the Bv-rrlaiy not later ilia
TIIVIWnAY Klh JANUAIIY.

.. i

I.;
NOTICE
LI Rot \l. BARBADOS YACBT I'l'l
. -Ip. of Reg-lia- lor ISS1 w.itl eomnvai*.
i it Salurday lllh January.
Will all a*M ownrra detlron. ot Mm
1 bur Banmner at C 8 Pilrhrr a Co
Cloalns dale Sth Januaiy. IHM
UQUOlt LICENSE NOTICK
a waaaaaa f Chapel Gap. B( Muhac'
,.n lo >rll Spirit.. Ma>l
. al a wait bulldinC al
ftt Hleharl
thi. Hid day ol January. ISM
a vri.r>.i> r>ai
M gMraM. I>i I '
l-IIU 1 IP I'll (HUM
agaaasat
M ms** md * aaali
I >f
,. "A" OR Mondi"
.1. i*S3 al r
i: a Mctxon.
C. III'.KBI UT
AHi M.XSSVS
Vl.MtlHlft
NACHOtMOFP
ui Pars*, who is now
exhibiting! his work at
lit* Museum, is willing
to nivc Insiruction to a
limited number of
pupils in drawing and
paintinp in oils and
aratercoloura at his
studio,
S' : i
St. Leonard's Avenue.
Telephone 3085.

JQUOK LICENSE NOTICI
i KaMaa '* *_
i^r Shopkrw-r. OC Hinda
lload. Si Mu-narl. (or ptrmlaatol
,u Svi.ia-. \i I i- s.i
.1 ana Jtmgle >hop naiar rJuSmoni
H.l SI M.l,.,-1
I.
r A McUCOD. Ba
iltcr MaMr.tr. Dtat "A*".
RUl-TAK IIAVNFS
far Appl'"ht-
- II be eonaid
The M .n- i*t Philipi
< ni iCh Ch.l
ateVOS HI OnirS*)
ISuM
i n
TTST
Entoinologicul
Molli Barer 4 ntrel.
moth breeding uniti. nav>
aired and atocked
ill Sit >iiogti moths in readln
parasite breeding
i..l*.ium and phosphorus detei-
v^on,,. niiiiations, and 4 dry mattei
'ii*.ii determinations.
Mlseellaneeaa. Tripli with
nutrient culture methods fo
jnt growth are being started. Ti
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Kaiiilf"
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A ngio'Egyptian
Mediation
a> From Pjge I
f a neutral power not by
tvostcrn or Arab nation.
Fur these reasons, suggestions
that Iraq Premier, Nun Said
isna, might be a suitable mcdi-
II B0P* *nd Britain
i iallv re.il out hen
Nun's earlier upptoaehes during
hrv in Par la and London hav
aJ a cold receiiiicui i" EgT)
llplomatlc quarters here, an
-ources close to the Forclg<
liri-siu. SaLih El Din Pasha, ha
it tint time made it clear tbP
he moves iiad no Egyptian bai I
ng.-UJP.
..ii Ltwraaaa .: 2.242.ii
ratoons. QM 8BM
aoand aad third raioons. This
l | i. - tinder
raioons Is due to the r
planters were, ui
i nr usiiiil iitrwiBi* '"> ie-plan;-
ng to plant canes on account of
extar|dad crop season, and
r..... m atber which
la] of 36.-
i b) plan-
i .
grown by smaller nil
whlen ,",(H, ncr^- lv. . --.... ... -.
making a grand total of 44JS9A3 19S2. other work has urogress- dau! lri's. wuh .P01 *<** *"'
acres. ed nonuaUy. **- \nti *>" <* in*rt 'PPrt-
The initial estim-ie Of the 19.-.2 parasite InlroduclU.nl. Fur- mg mediji are underway.
cop mad. at the and of Novam- ther roCOTtrtai Of :hc parasite "1 A^-,y^-' Wo'"- L)UI "
ber ii the equivalent of 163,0on protpalfeiia Introduced to con- ln ,NoYcrnDer' ,7,0 ">- *"
Ions of ug.ir: this estimated ton- lrol white fly on cocount trees received at the Government Lab-
nee rnv substanlinllv Increase .md ther palms were made. Dr oi.itory for analyst
|0 the F J. Simmonds paid a visit of prised
.ccnthe, eereJIUotrJ whldl prevail inspection and was saUsned with Police Department
litrtaa the next 'hree or four the various recoveries mad.
i .k... ranMIM with introduced parasites and with the tiom for poisons 16. Mi* -ll.m-
a*^*lkI^LaJrta ?2las5Vtl radUrtion In mleatauon of, and ous 2. Rum 4. Foods (Cocoa-
1^ j-SIh ST iMcm, ni of th, dafftaga by. scale insects, white essence A Tea) 3. Edible Oil 1
A detailed natemcnt of the ^ 5,fcU5sior,s w,.r(1 held Cnateaw Department :
miMMB^ncrraieam ,-.uu (o fur,e,cr parasite work. Butter I. Beef & Cereul I.
to p harvested by islantnttons.ol r#od ,^ m^uon, were Petroleum products 3.
over 10 acn*i:> m 'tie Tarioui pnr- ^^ ~T~, "
Irtvas al UW Island Buring Ov* R)iol p^rer Control. No /or- OFFICIAL ANALYSES:
''132 crop. i ariveo helow. The, (her |af K(l|e fleld ImlrnvnIi ComHlsaloners of Health. St.
1 -reentMe* of plant cane- and lt(| .|Wli wcre p^we. be- Mkh**' 00
various classes of ratoons. ni well (..|UW of wwo(ner aiKi planting. Milk 28.
, the percental.......f the dlfier- The gammexune experlmenls B'dos tieneral Hospital
., h. reaaad are B, ,-inngion have been planted tC DUinfectant 2.
lH> given. witn cane and waM potato le- Mhwellaneous (Pnvalc) Analyse*
... lively 2 Fertilizers 2.
'"l\ Woad Ant coatral. Nine in- Fisheries
mi Rat rptn'onj and ireatinents of Gov- During November, a sum
'J"j eminent premlsea and nine In- of $327.4? was repaid by boat-
,^., a ist sections of private house* were owners against loans; thi.- makes
carried out during November. a lotal of $66,538.47 repaid to
Botanical date. The outstanding balance to
Caajg Breeding. Breeding work end of November Is $43,034.81.
was continued at Groves during Interest collected for the
the month, and Just over 100 month amounted to $1.48: this
lanterns were In use by the end brings the tolal interest paid lo
of the month. Some arrows date to $1,012.40.
ripened towards the end of the At a meeting of the Fisheries
montn. and were sown In boxes Advisory Committee held on 7th
hi Codnngton. Germination so far November. 17 loans were pre-
naa lieen good. rented hy the Fishery Officer; of
I'lantlag the Trials. Four these. 16 totalling $1,413.73 were
word year seedling trials, six sanctioned hy the Committee
third year seedling trials and six During the month, the Fishery
sweet uulatoea and eddoea -.clorled seedling trials were Officer attended the Fourth Ses-
likelv to be below average planted during the month. These sion of the Gulf & Caribbean
Hiring 'the first half of 1932 trials are scattered over all of the Fnhtvlcs Institute at Miami.
iwlM to daLaj Ifl the planting various ecological areas of the Fishing for the month if
November was poor, due to the
-ociatcd wit' the planting of DUirlhutlnn afl Planting Ma- urrents having a persistent
i,h food crops In 1951. Irrlal ef B.4744 and B.47419. ^,'uth-easterly set.
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r'KID.VY. JAM ARY 4. H52
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To il-en ders Defy
Bowling Attack
(From HAROLD DALE)
, fXHI
finish) nfl hence
; e woiw lith ilia.
In the i play these past four days, you have
reaa i In tali' i>f fluctuating fortunes, chances
ftd and taken, and men given out when Ihcy mighl
iw been in.
V lo a cricket sag,i U-*hlng way of getting lo tin
. i OJ the 1.3)1 and lofting

1 rgotten iii 1

ere can be'f
If

I
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pollen*
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uugnty hoi and courage, ta took.
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lamed in llit* country.
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KantiiatiHi and V.u. ,
n< toddled along with hb Mimic
II .
cored a
.tnmadh.-
t 72
Womll eventually rsmr off and
.
nntbootled Undwall in
ihowi tiii bdkrling
'*' iplcndidly.
However, it was the much mol-
Ramadhin who got I
Final Trial
GameStarta
On Sunday
The iin

ntlnue
D RINO

Mknon


L HASSrTT
A VALENTINK
These Lack-oi-action
Cricketers Should
Be Playing Croquet
match
Intcrcolon
Tour acainft Jamal
Cih Piny w
on Thursday 10th and
Saturday 12th The
team* are :
V. A r'.nmiT iCapl I A
C, llunte. O, Proverb*.
*. .I-rUiall, C. B. Williams,
B. Uwlra. A
F King, A Holder. Q
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K K Walrott (Capt.) C. Atkin
C Smith. N Harrlaon, R Atkn -
A (hanker. H. A. Uw-
tirifnlh, TV K
II Kin II t-
T| grntinda at the
now aval ...- Thr
and will be received hj the
member* of the Board of M B*
I he Ci \
lion. Thit plan*- U icnedulod to
j.iotind
(B> JOHN M \( UMMi
from Han-
ad oono n>
four Jamaicans
Get Scholartthips
KINGSTON
Pour Jamaicnns have born
awarded Point 4 Scholarship* .it
in,,

ich, but

ball sharply
.ii

up with .i anortar, aai i <
ino nidi ourUng an
i ttul bat.
Valenuno wat bowline with two
*iii and Kamadhui wiU) only orn
fan rennindei ot
i.i nraj at half-hit
i rm in be Ihi
(ormaUon for ihene bowlan, but
i |) when Undwnll swung Vaiannm a Langiey
*" m iiffdr.vc at him, Clipped I ttous variations of length
L^Pftdge of the bat and Guillen nerve In
h. Undwall. caught OuD- 990 what UM patient would 00
tea, bowled Ramadhin 29. Six I glggley OjUlrnanJ but lie duln'i
.r 192 Kive in. Than King took
.. . more In this Mmm |thr we>i [Tutu aaaui He forred
cat >noment.
HaaWtl hit bach with pulled and i-owllng back to Ring, who turned
.lentinr
alcntiiic that brought up the put Ihrpugh n llower one straight.
Mr was now HI ind Langlejr lifted a to Whe.i tlic> anWt Ulklng aboat told be taken
The ta i-tt 95, and ant plumb l.b.w. fur oM MMM t rirkel, r are inclined htflter ultogeth..
. Extras 15. Total hx Nine for 122. Now Ring brought t. ulnce and think back U, the An. it I* rd'Si we hesitate to ^JKS^tHJS,11 ^SSS? htuS
.'01 the crow* sereeAinn to then?TSrt. eenaniaii when Groueho Mara tick the chto out further by pro- Vf'J2njSr JS^lSSo
Uawrlt Krarhes |W. m thre a party la Hollywood posing a llnanelal penalty on owiunenU
Juhtuon began idhtti to all parts of the MM announced during cock* crteketers who play palpably tw TnP .scholarships entitu
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wooped on the ball and flung in 1'Ttnl hits and serambled ilnulr he earn* down the staircase sawing nough by the falling-ofl in alien- from Jamaica ami i
Oil wicket and lUV l" kw|> ,n,' bowling, with John- '*"> vp,> creditably on ..n m inca ol ttPJM tiuir.U'i* of the one electrlc;il ..i
nppily sped on for four over- "on as a passive allv. Then "rument that had never known i nbhc prepared to be bored hy i,on student*
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him on at the other end Worrell B* gi naifuay down the BtaW master as Jack Hobbs it on rvcocl period Ol OM 10
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. He had ..ttempted -Inch Ring avraped against .il the n-.rnes average counts have "OM*^V JLaunllob^
us but had let ball an.1 nine '"" Val.-nline now ;,.>e ,-i the "You've always been talking Soceer tpt-viators *>nl goal, their Ume w th f^WJob
: end v in onl* 10 needed to -bout brighter music." he bark-. Boning fan- want toock-down "I,' "
artn and that was Ihe end of th d and supporters of cri ^nonl.
rrc(lnl. lrom Thirty iicholarships were offered
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now 214 Ring lOOk OB* (torn t>>c l.rst ball
Altai a tsrlOl Of maidens that and Johnston faced
i.iis.il> p|ej continuing bOWlaf with nine needed to ivin.
nil until k*ajMTOW| Itaic.idbin Johnson |dayed Ihe ball in Iron-
Now.
lord's
till look* inadequate. It gave ||f|od an offbrcak to Johnson, who of lum and ran with it to
i in batgmen fraeoom to deiena played under it and Guillen took one end. while V.,..
in an> wsy they ohoni and I t catch Jortnaon, *w Seven Iceparate throw just missed at the
jp ni.le.'-au lux t-areleshlv on tune for 218. other. Ktght wanted.
Etas oi the wicket without the SusueiiM* . Suspense . B'na squnn- drove three off the
least danger to UM m elvi l ny ln linlc mspense had been ncx, ha" '>d again Johnston faced
ward short leg and silly pOlnl H long endured, thut a sellci "'*' l'',,;'
would ,.ld have had n " the BWC4 itOnUandOUl tlnish
lideisbly and imposed on them .. .' ""'-*"l-"'l' Md Ring hi I
restraint that might have forced 30.000 who shrieked and cheered 31- " c"t a' Val-1
them into folly. tr) move av attempte.1 movs ,hr<*f- '"" *
Goddard took the new lull and maaeby anybod) on the field neti 0
Gomez yield-J |W0 tUgla Ofl it Then i-hiiic h treinendnii-. ~. n 1,1 Bd Of OM Over through try!
Worrell .allantly took the other ^Valentine had Hassett play over an """'J' fun. Now (hret
end and with tua seventh ball got ,,.,11 dipping low. and he a fell took
Bole v urn one round the cornet ,,,,( i.b.w 102. Eight for aid lhr ''" M*ul H'" Jobngton,
where Gomez tinik a magnittcent u,ngley, swinging at Valentine who fumbled at the lirM ball and
Colour! Ra K
vently. told co:1
about the bad 1
public interest In the game of
crleM of t'"' nuuij drawn games.
How right he k although it
Isn't Inunedlstely apparent how
I Eoing to stop them.
We have already risked mayhem
b) suggesting tha

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catch Hot*. 1. Five tor 141
Sf.l the islanders arete pontinU'
Hi
ii-arlv stumped.
'arty 1
etfs 1
'ell with his fw-t still in the CTI SSI
We have had
iluwnfnll was a terrific
time 10 time.
n.. .,exi hissed p-.st his olTstump. t"heyeiiri;To'lype
|nc to keep fraction of the ad- |,iow to Australian chances. There ***J"1"*1^."."'.1*. ' on,P'>' "Pf1^ hurl it at tha head of that fero-
vantage |n their hands and playing ,VPr, want--l to win with Rtng ] ,lnr U)i "'"' '
haul, keen cricket thai Langtej DejtUng and Hill Ihirty-eight had
Australia scarcely one chance Ol JohnU'n to come. The Wesl
coring a run freely. Indies weni on howling tight
who
Ijnihvull Conies In
Lilidw.,11 joliHHl II asset >,
had now just passed 70, and lhl'
ust bow lei darandod n-lth aU his
heart arid mind. Ills bat wa< held
upright in front of him, but still
he wasn't safe. Worrell bOWlUU
'.:ie off stump found
it. a Ugh inn,'
grounded as Guillen, sliindliu:
b ok, gel Ii t" it.
Hossctt had played imiieccsblv
with all the pawnee m tha world
nnd ins hot moving axnett) tatc
Tine of the ball. Me hud senreely
played. itn go In 1
w.intei'_.
foi I hi If he litlle
ml) twoM
Riue*T We hi
Football Fans Have
I'ratlilional Fight
OLASOOW, .1 in. I
I.I.., made several am
n Tuesday when the New Yin
toy traditional annual Celtic
pushed OM IWO) '., leg
v 1U1 had won by one wleket
iHasgow Hangers ttcei nudn ,f'"'' "", out 3? fohnetoa not ou
t.....ne Hie tMttlih.-lrf for rival !' It, PMnlnlN l> I -
gcotU n Mcggi fan spei lank
3sn hurling botilca and storm-
the Cettte Park pitch when
i.',k a 31 lead
n> pregont>day 1 ounl
mka
[Wl 1- no doubt that the
laj is the day when thai
i! I* hit and hll hard
and hit often "Modern
. 1 ncki'Uiv -.1 ,1 tin. colonel, "have
Test matches oven known to maintain that It la
bettat to be 70 U". niiggel 1
lunch on the first day than 120
The only WOTd ,"" would ciuain 1
Aith in that sentence 11 '
maintain-
ing sentiments like that
cricketer lie should In- playing
1 roquet.
Who to blame for all this? The
ration n( tha H

much at Make, The fact that tin
C hii' t larg.'U
profl 1 0 feel thai
l 1 to play safe may tUW 1
sent It Inbj 1
1 ut, even at that, then
room for adventim
The Australians nnd the ftottth
Africans and the New '/
.ma certainly the West Indian^.
selected are full of Ihe Bplril of cricket,
moment the lire and 'he fury end the fun
of it. II h the eoui
average rtultlfyingjicrlcket, and it in nbou'
million tune | ilieir nonsense
lea-t half of that 11 is up to the pro's, who are
today
U2U
Harriion-Cisy
UM Pfnat
ti
.' K U 19
t K JSI
ccasion from
the chasm of
Idgel and J*1
. Jiat fero- b'
L'ious. tantalising, raucous, toy
nd also long-suffering
tan out on the terrace
supporter.
have blamed him for his
end lus partisanship,
his discrimination against em
Sia 1 1
188?
. .,
rail
In
Ill<
nee he had been there Poiioe got the ground
but after hi earh discomfort onBOl and UM Itaitgers went on
Ihe spinners, he had work- I a smashing 4- l victory plesh
were needed
been
Came together I
I't wicket, now It
Bfttr Ring's huge hitting,
pushed forward, hut Won ell in
I. He then, did push a single
nd Australia had tied the eggffl pl^-ers and even
Two big ground hits were how Jnsger.s. Now it is ihe
tielded by ileldsmen close in and '" P*h him.
. ,h. He numbers on an
Held was too big to CO- turday around the
mark and at
number are registeied m OssVenl M per Mlt of the ge"n._ .
Elubg formed to support their lo- ir thev keep crowds away bv thci
L-,'*an"'' lack of will-to-score they saw in
They are organise*! in three hillf lhc ^tT Of life.
l.sunct formsas junior clubs. Aoor AnH mnrr aclion _
Oversees M,cn if ,, ( |hrm l(1
>"> w.itch baseball for a couple of
weeks'
.
" 1
I
t .
iblci West ooenrd
......"f-.'si
i' Into tight wcurlty that
gave n<> i
i|Uarter. He had INKODM he rock
; mi which all Australian hope
One hundred and fifty came up
.....urs, Tru
ehlrl*
between t-up|>urleni of
.... ,-, , ,
11 insUtuUon in Seoul n
1, Celtic U in gu| porteg bg
the Irish fkota nnd tin- Runge<
h Proteetant Scotsmen
England Lead
India By 96 Runs
CALCUTTA. India. Jan. 3.
England was W0 runs ahead
afternoon held up play for a few
* title the pi yers crouch-
id and their shirts vibrated wildly
In the breent. Then Hamadhin
began his over in place of Gome/..
ml H | pulled fOT tWO
fours bv Undwall. Two balls later India Thursday night
he lifted h,m long on the rails for Third Test cricket match which
another 'our. The score was now nodi V^dlkr- .Aft ,.?"" E
168. Hassett not out 75. Undwnll. ins hehtnd 'W2<3"> *
not out 17. extras. II. Total five "' '"" fIn'-n?i
for 168. ,vi:
Undwall is Out .,.,;-K ,,,;.
I.inrlwall continued his attack on The slow tempo which marked
Ramadhin. square cutting nnd -.he match from its commence-
mm. Gomer was sent out nient indiciites that it will be
into the deep and Worrell to deeo drawn as were the Brnl two Teati
tine leg a> -.. ...untei l>, landwall's at New Delhi and Boinbav.ICH
WEATHER REPORT
YF.8TF,RiAY
B>iiifsll frsm Oodrlngton: nil
Highest Ti-mperiilure. WtS. F
Lowr-t Tipiieliuei 67J F
Wind Vtiloiny miles per
hour
Barometer (B ini 29 966
|:l pm ) W.Htio
TODAY
Bnarlse' noo am.
Bnaast .'. in pm
Moon. First Quarter, Jaanary
Lighting i
High Tide
s<-nred 9fl
lot wen
of the fi.uith
WHAT'S ON TODAY
Court of Orai
I Scs. |l
10 00
Court of Appeal 10 oo am
Police Courts -lfl.Ofl a.m.
Police Band Concert at It..-
Unis Rock^ 8.00 p.m.
(hevli Do It Everv rime
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HCWA&3UTA _^
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v you PiCX uP these <,
6^>5 />- **Z> CallT yt*.
ec* k: 5.30- A rJ-
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So Trtcy CALL FOR. MISTER
AKRM&k At 5:30 AM.SU>Os>
AS PER A^A^3EKCMT.....
tonne i
seni.
clubs. These clubs nre
across 57 OQUntrige thmughoi
the world Even New
hag them.
Some of them are highly
ceptable to their parent clubs
ti*. the parenti
Flub is hard-up, struggling
iffair, glad of any help to keep
nd In some case, tin ,i.
Dot officially ncceptable at all
Such is the enmusiasm of the'
beyi and llrll tot the r chosen'
ause that this fact of nnn-rccog- I
idion affects them not at all.
They go on with their dances
,'i t thnr whist drives and then
oncerts and travel all over the
and to shout their players home |
\ ith as much enthusiasm as il
ney were directors of the club.
This Identification with a
thooon band of players is one of
the !a)or phenomena in sport
iere is nothing quite like it m
iy sport oi eountr> in the
old.
This U to exchange the occas-
rial cudgel fur Ihe raised hat.
A", weni along to join the Ar-
iiiil enlhusianU Ui ulhei even-
kto discover still anotheC1
facet of their si'pport for ^po^t
Jack Crump, of ihe A.A.A., joined
In on the festivities and took the
ippurtunity to enlist the suppoit
nf football fans for Britain's
OK-mpk fund.
Arsenal UBpOite, pi.-nii-c
.e lent support, and this support
. likely lo be accorded
a. idreds of associates through-
"til the country.
It ik a nice thought that pio-
i-innal football will help
our Olympic amateurs to Hel-
sinki___
There ts immediate support for
'he plea for brighter cricket am
very interesting pom: i
ie hv H. 1. Pawle wbM
ddreag is slap o
self.
'Is not ihe trouble caused.'* he
iwys. "by Ihe points of the first
nmngs in the County I
ihip? To my mind, -t present
here is a minor match .\r theJ
si mnuij, points mid a major
natch for the full point! played
< ultaneoMsly
' Points are ee valuable that
the modern crtckeiei i niu i nliglgei
do the points available for the
' nn,,iig> lead ami ||
the major match.
Three days should be
la nw) match, bin only II
hours playing time, and each
t* daiieed by one
Innlngji ot
Maybe.
I. .1.1
.ii , K. ii.c ,1
, Irumps Having
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mi 10 mist
.:!.
UD in a u.nj
I sd led VK
*ij faired to drop
t^iutli had ui go Hirer down
;i l floutrj took th.-
ill to -ho somr
i1!- in a Sped'1

on Id provide
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i pout Hw,dei~a
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