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PACE EICIIT HARIIAIHIS ADVOCATE IUBBT JlMllH is. \%a B'dos Hits 353 For 2 Against J'ca Farmer 125 N.O. .\'K III HATTII Hunte 78 N.O. In First Innings IN AN OMSY ai run-getting Barbados bdlsmen flagged an in< tTet live Jamaica bowling attack to amass a I .15;* mns (or the loss of two wickets by close of play M 1 iinaica-Barbados Test opened in brilliant sunshima! historic Kensington Oval yesterday. %  OB College narrowly mitring the bull which >y who nude hu first upwant through to the keeper. t In Intercolonial Cricket Mudle's next over was %  maiden. i in? crowd the second of the day. with i-owc-rf.il on-sid*. stroke* and Hunte pushei Miller's fifth 'ti.iiiF.hl dn\e* to reach 140 be-, delivery in the next over to mldgave a return catch to' wicket to run a sharp two, and Millar .itlcr he had been ml^ed n the next over fiom Mu.Iie. previous occasions. Smith 1 Smith drove to deep mid-nil ffkM i 20 boundaries, and Coodridge misfleldcd. allowing 1R3 minute* the batsmen to run three. Skipper Farner who went m Smith smote the nnt delivery H mtf retired hurt with the ^tm Miller to BM leg tor four. defeated 12.1 whuh ...eluded nud wicket The bateroen were IR fours and a five. He saw Smilh .unnlng smartly between the |o gftar their partnersh.p had *"*.. * W* III runs, and tn with Hunte who had rajotned him to lake the score lo 3M. Hunte'. tota] MJ 7> not out at Hunte anotb egsaa %  on !(.. i.VPi pushed to cover to run sharp single. Eight run* from the over, and thj six runs short of Uio I he Mret The Jatnalciin Main return to ths fi-ld after lunch, wit Jamaica opened at KrnMiuiton yeaterday. Tent BarbadoH and li.tl T century mark ""* "*"' . ..., h0Ur of a*" Hard nickel The skipper persisted with to mid-on on* Scarlett .ou i The hard Konamgton wicket Miller who changed his tae far been able to confirm or make hu wore 40. The bat brought back.In.i and ^"^Jj", 5 ' then i to id" in place of Guodridge. He bowled and six of the were brought into but Smith drove him through %  "' Into doubig Bguraa. ^dividual half to Hunte who cover drove the Most Impressive among ijen mid-wicket field for u four. Smith Btngk including eight furs anl fourth beautifully to the boundary the Grand ja--i22 f fapt* 1 Ladies' Straw HANDBAGS Really smart styles in a variety of designs tastefully decorated* with Raffia. They will add that touch of Individuality to your ensemble. CAVE SHEPHERD & Co., Ltd. 10, 11, 12 & 13 Broad Street ihnu wu alow l.fl arm bowler Thai VH Miller's ninth ovau-. Mui ,„ Mudl<* who, ulthouifli ho ho having already laken I for IV t -.., : (11(1 not KM any wickets, howled in 8 I v. I i,,.,!,,.!. r .s,.,, I. r ran) I bSrouflbouL He sent down Mudie continued to bowl lo I ,elded a iingle. Smith turn Xt overs including 5 maidens, and Rood length, conceding only e runs f_-_ M(lUi ,,, aouan M lot " run.. In hat five over. Mlllc, once ,,,,,.'.„,,, „„.„ ,„, ,„„. ,,„,,, „„„ Pace bowler Miller was however "gain changed hu IVeld lo, Hunt.£££ „t gully lo m. Walt) lo the most s,irees,tul. taking the two who turned him to tine let; lor d ||u „„,,. 1O .„ a vickels which tell during the day • couple thua lending up the first |M „,„,„,.„ to I the Jamaica rlelding stood up un. Smith ('roaaedI the third dchv.ii %  "' '" -" %  '"" a? *S-JSZ3^WJ!SSJ* K1pulled ahort , 'rom %  %  ...Ml In 17K Minutes Hi. lotal was now 199. B i cbra eavoi lo i EOOtUO up aftti 178 minute.' The neu ball was not.' brought Into use and Goodrn;. %  I grrnor BtnglOd t" l 'he last. H *y Is'weYf'and Maiden Mill'i bOWMd %  BMldon t" Kar%  > nUlcii .i MIIKII' Hun.' ... id. %  -r m..i oq "it M expected to be National field Ftnnlly there is Royal Tan, second last year. He has won a hurdle race at Cheltenham and a flat race over two milts In Ireland ill be seen out ihortly over. s ..roving a. the day grew older. "'""*£* Zd..11 Excellency the Governor an*! '"' '" "^'^ -.r TUwo OM . ey v,ge. accompan.o, hi g '.'"^Vt v^ to ieS hu -eo,e lK SrUth got bount; %  %  hinge from the screen 01 I M down to face Mudie. Hi ingle to mitl .1 -uiglid v.ith a leg glance and later and later Farmer got a com %  ran : i ,ily for COVtl tbor single to send up Hunte Miller bowled from th..KrUta who MnfM It liar shot rod to Bmlth who got %  ,i ugia ..n Miller's ainder. the giime. HU Excellency trodueeil to the plnyer-i of both team* before play began Arthur Konitto llnu Is At 11.27. winning the tots ele.ted to perfect wicket and opened ''"' '")'" il^—-,i,t. Ph.dL -r^avl,,. !nith who ofl-d end mes with Charlie Taylo. 1 <:irad Hunte. Pace bowlrr Stan Goodrldgc • penad the attack from the md Ibroo K Stir Hs t^jLSpvtfu """"'T-l"'" "1 "•'ibird man off the second ami an0 then got another MttUAdly to the fine rtlt |i ( 1,1 .it §Ud0 *>IT Muduto get in i,.iv R iat< 1 I; %  ; eMtury, Enmo trokif.ii another boundar) i 1|111Mk i,.., boundarwi in 121 his score to 124. :nlnutes 1 .idge's next oWl Smith Wl h lh( S€vn a 2 87, Scarlett • ] >. replaced Milan and Hunte got !" „ 1 bis wiekot and pulled the iuai B "!L }£• JHESJSS, ''" %  ni le|t okV o r oud boundary an 1 I Mil the H,,,,;,,., onth. • '"""" OWl : DO 1 ,in.i Siini.i t D %  up Farmer whti pi Minder. Sf .th pullod at 60, Arthu oodrtdasj from He bowled to Mudie M t lll> mid ce the third to t(l tho boundarj to wnd lb the lx-jndnrv and later hooked 0 41 tttl( hw n<(lv ., 5 n g| c t„ mid off ofT t;oodrldfi. another savagely lo the square Hr He |hW) S1 „ K |^, 1(l TMld ulT 1,. ^,,,1 „,> SmiUl wh leg boundary and then singled ii(r fh „ |(|S M(| „,.,,,„,.,„ ; 1 . Whleb wa RESULTS OF FIRST REGATTA The Umes for the First B.B.Y.C rtcgaltla. sailed last Saturday, which were recently released the Yachting Committee, are follows: %  oiAia Tltm* -l.n Hal-* t III Ho I St S DlaquahS O N S D.H a DM S DK a DNS 1 M m a 11 ss 1 M 04 I US 44 DNS lt>N S Wuurd BSagM ran la*, Cam Most111*.%  rilllanUy Boldod bj Bcarlatt Tin than imlled a short on. %  .; boundary. Goodrige one powerfullv p.i-t Muilir for he rem.'mtlei With UM total -t U8. Ai" BonUto had sent down eight overs 2 %  h for .! ii: i In (it i-liiiii % %  • %  I point got A b Miller's 1 r'.n uid Smin MI'Xt yielded 10 all .scored by Farme. %  eluding two cover drm r • =..... -m. ........ ..-,.. ..,,,,.i<... %  ...-.-• twu % %  "•. Jy tuns or the over mv mid^n whl |,. Smith ,,,„. [„ s. ., I0.1 th.-u fust wicket patched thp |„ t to no „ np ^ wnt r „, %  01 wa* now lnylnj e_tgetl tne ttrsl boundary. to i.• ban delivery in Miller's second over to 1 Ive Snunders at second slip n low ...ith. ThO srore was nine and Taylor's score was 1. Bator Smith Camie Smith Joined Hunt* and opOBOd hit account with a single ll %  "" ,T k past guUy ott Millers thud ball cllti ntld Smilh t lhl „. WM|| ,,, to sendHunte down to lago KU ,. V l}t] xiu> nm< ilimU ., Uy ^ t al.ot. str.ke. and play out the over. ou , ho romalndoi Smith rataad Next OVOT Smilh turned Goodlionltto's second delivery safelv .idge f, r a single lu ahort leg overhead Tor a couple and then .nd two balls later Hunte turned Mugicd t.. oxtra covor and *'t Ibis b-.wler lo fine leg for a another as 10c result of an ovei ouple. throw. In the last ball ,r B-onitto 1 i .. pace men were ,,ver. Thorbtirn at point missed getting the ball lo turn i'n the portOct Kensington 111 FOnnOl CUl MM ihingerously 0l -" through tho .slips t-n* ICudia to Iho boundary lo make his score 95 and 1 through the slips J?*** Nan (Of thr* .M BcoriOft Farmir M ;.' fc h.*> wno went up ' roO M-dnnw runt oil umllar shot to send up J c-In, j • minul. s and ITtakO his j,*^; n Lial score 97. Rocue Mudncontinued from the screen lad a single. smith IN knd Farrnor U 0 %  S^.Sl!^ '', T^'" ?*?£ '££" rtdn continued trom I Hu win w i, m a oil oil &w end and bowled %  !' "' ' %  ;Mudie and Farmer J*^* %  d out tho re malnd a, B %  rung including a tbree to Cover Ilnve rtaim mid on by Farmer. Hunte single,! with I cover ailB scut tut. aooto in 73 oVIoo off 8conott and loloi rannor ciym with a boundary through tinslips, pulled %  ihorl one to Ihf 0Q bOUnlater singled to point to send dary to get hat contuq including Smith who pulled the oi and a five in sbi.d long on for three. • 07 KIM 1 4> 01 D F 1 < %  : Smith 1 %  lionltto's next tf\ ickct lightly ml fi'.ni Smith,"uStTbaH going to f,H picket, the l-.und.n\ to send Ihe total ndarte Kxit Smith Bmlth groofod tho Di 1 (ro 1 Mill.r next BVOT with a boundary U 1 B lu ilrd from Ulllor and the liowler ln-ld a one li.ir 1 iisinisbbn tor HO including twenty bound.irk nute*. lo the 160 mlnuta Bach batanan colEIJ^^*" I rig In Mudiol next v.. ikon over while Scarlett*! yielded two Hurnran* —a powerful on mor. I !*"' b 'i*i. Mudk continued from the ( ,i !" Dto-oin %  including two bOU .. 1 so 11 l.tl OS a U4i 1 S3 10 r. 11 1.VIM.1 \ SUrl IN ST D N S D N S s *set li N s 1 at m ... on* DNS IBU D 4SUAS* D N 8 I 11 lykr l*t S.40.U We offer new stock of Building Materials including: I W III I 1 CORRUGATED SHEETS r. r. ir Langui. TURNALL flAT ASBESTOS WOOD r r 1 nar .skaM. EVERITE ASBESTOS CEMENT SOIL PIPE !•-. , V. >' l..nth~ IBare EVEKITE SOIL PIPE BENDS A BRANCHES GALVANISED CORRUGATED SHEETS r, V, •• x a Oaugr r v 2g Gauge GALVANISED NAILS, all .lies Phone 1 4267. 445* WILKINSON & HAYNES CO., LTD. WE. Guarantee A Perfect FIT to every SHAPE. I MM I.HI i Lift thO other a cover drive Tn.botasMn t.-.k three runs C*t 193 nil Scoriae md a ,". ingle oft Mudie's. Farnicr ilnglod DNS D NI DNS 11 N S |"N \ft cl-Asa MM DNS 1 41 1 4S iur-i i ."' 1 M SB I >1 %  I 13 S i x n i had scored ihe seeoud hail i' %  howUd to a Held ot 100 in 00 minutes The luncheon got g eotlpto OrldO ,,r loo, a gully, a cover, a Interval WOO then taken with and then singled t, Ana .• %  Two wickets were no* duw-i with ahort aWndd-on and a abort SniKhand Hun to oaoh.iiiyla faated Farmer ril Vunt^? duf MkVwtt? "ne leg. Wtth g5 and SO respectlvelv. The... & „„ ith „„ Mudle gg. nd^then baek^drove ., „ .^ pUyed out ... lth U( „„.,| lt ;,;,, .„„, UlW i c .i ;. of at r , v "lo Hunte who singled lo fine leg. board after 203 minutes' pUy ii idge bowled the last OVti UudlO wns now brought on from with an off drive oil Bonllto Th| -e tea and UM ; „ ,,., K ., game ended shortly afterward! The m ;.,,.i c to ml( nn ofr hc first and with Ihe lotal at 3i3 for the loss ndor. of two wickeU. The two not out] i.n.uitAfler Lunch :*umptu A br Taking advantage of the open but mid-off, Smith drove Goodrldgc to the mld-oR tence in his second delivery of tho fouilh over causing Goodridge to stop the flap. Smith lifted Ihe last delivery uvidcd (or Thorburn „.. over Ihe short silly mid-on lor u eg lIlJliry ]ua mtiKv Ihg anotrie. four, taking the •_> val. Mudie bowled the :., H ^' **',* "*?"£ .fSS*'. """ ""• %  • %  '•' Kl '" ,l11 ""W> iiimfortably. and a full-blooded lluwI1 M maidam a .^ nle and uke h.n..I """."l"" I' !" !" 'J^ P".*"; past Hunte's set played out the bow li> bowloi For i .ingle. Jamaica mini' dh ihe 173 SI.in I. %  second apell % %  tho from tho I--. end vice Scarl. I . . %  I off anil the result ith farmer not out %  oal 32. Alter Tea Miller bowled tho lii-' tto for a tod with i | Up llur.1.' drove one from batsmen are coupel and then Hunte 7S. Farmer 12a and After live overs from each of the peeg men. which roaUMd 2H i urn. slow left arm spinner i Mudie ri'pl % %  < %  I Goodridge similar shot. %  Opt the la bowled ., maiden to Smith. ,,,,. ,. t>l delivery, Mudie t'niiies On Hunte worcd the ilrst nin after T %  nothcr lunch wdh a Cflfp Mpi.ii. i i ,„ „fj BD | nntn Mudle gnd later smith ngk M .|,,.ii r,., Hunte retired hurl the povlUon end o "Of* '•' the left <>f pre* -i ith his score al 31 ami Skipp > P. C. S. MAFFEI & CO., LTD. Top Scorers in Tailoring Prince Wm. Hojnry Street *l the screen end. and he was Tarmcr filled the brea l S greeted with a single f-m Hunte l> ( %  who pushed ihe ball calmly lo -ctt to long on for three and ater ,p,.ie leg smith drove m ewer Farmei broke his duck mitt thai -mgie. to rain .over rm .i couple Miller continue.I from tho Mu.lie's m xt over yielded l ..'. di..ii end. and Hunt.Ranhed meluding a ne.it glide 10 ni* ,.t one whuh i OUPH bj Farmer. Smllti Mint. and Good wler. • %  %  !. lOdarjr ran around and picked owled i'. wh.it looked1 and i i in boundary. The hataaict llj ran two. WHAT'S ON TODAY C nit of Appeal 10.00 am. Police Court-. 10.00 a.m Secend Day of Firrt Barl>a dos Jamaica Cricket Tour namrat at Ken-ingtor. 11.30 nEihlbltloTi of Paintingand Carving, at Erdiiton Coll-,* 5 00 p.m Police Band play a( Mental Hospital p.m. Mobile Cinema Show at *,.hkars i'..!.• %  %  on y.ni st Qeorge i> m WEATHER REPORT Yl STI OtOAV Rainfall from Codrlngton: nil Total Ran fall for Month to yesterday IliglitM Temperature: 13.11 f\ Lowest TeBiper-'ii Wind Valoeity haw %  ii pm _"9 918, TOD \\ s %  Bnn Bet' AM p.m Moon Full, JaBfl %  LiRliting i.uo p.m. ItlKh Tidf 7 H Low Tide 1 2* a m 101 y



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I \:\u\\ I\M \is\ KARB.\IK)S &DVCM Ml i'\(.l linn i: Liner 'De Grasse 9 For W.I. Service YORK, The 19,918-tol "' %  <-ruw has been switched tn n Europe and NewYork t *• tUmMt un the M I-ir lh(. %  .--< lUing from Le Havre and South She ^. : %  :k WfT the Wt Indies thla; yea at ihe newly-approveo •telombte amAD i is undorgo.ni: %  thorough en further racuihaul. which in lo Imprservice in a hotti i T >n s THS: .•!. !..% K i lim.iLi hat sei York an pradictHfr j'.:, %  %  ;' u Ih.il or U,i%  Cal.ml.l.' calli at Trinidad. Barbados :.IK1 h Amrltan inavr to %  !> %  %  • Jamaica. Outward bt 0 mils to lira Europe. .h will rMeh Barba ,„ . ._ ,„ •" %  -lifS v^J. „ !" dan and Jam.,. .•light chanfi li I '"V.^ !" port, i: "f" >.liurw. vovue, will Ma.. .-iing n '; sFSEs ttto We.t Indie .> Uv '", .. ... Uc Boaad to th. arr !" T' tsrsi&^s zjr&PsJr* sELS. „ Atjjjgc from .he 1 ThTfitMRt %  DCWOVMI the < %  1|1 American ui^WSS und/r • %  %  ; %  • ;"; %  > Air Servtcssj A. Britain and the united States and under the ITS. Civil Aeronautic Act. The Board nag> autl over B.O.A.C. because 0M of the . intermediate point.* on the ll- %  •• % %  route U New -i I WRITING lo the I It ruled that Jamah nerved only oil not a or ending at London irtog her wick. Scotland, H.O.A.i' will : be able In extend its tran-A | MI n-nt is cairlantit tliKhtt patent, when 11 of Canada and New York. 1 flights to the Bahama an ca already a rt v o r : tinmcnt offices.'* KATOMeeting Postponed %  %  i to be pa —i.r. I'miiii-r Dettgnafc VnnuiuH'cs Ni'u Beltriatn Cabinet CONQUER PAIN SCIENTIFICALLY (aHAClb/ c nuan '' <•"' -'•-•'a•• % %  •t.ass. Uk, ntaacatia, IS2 "-!/ Canalna. AcaerUaMtvlk. Add—and QUININ8. THsso four madlclaaa, -t-aauflcallr haUiKcd. -as* •yiwE-nk-ll r - • boat of pain. Or In handy W-taWac I bo>M. Or In 5fr4aWa< botUat—kawp K hundred vwd. front Piccadilly Circus a lCO-ycai-old Htm -ir ataklDa gold Uc and otb^r adornment H id SVcvica officers who will great Prlnceas GUaaaaU and Prince Philip on t.a.r i woneu (above) la going Into the making of th* King't Colonr for the Royal slittle as US. *10 —B.l.P. (or Australian official" ai tour. Iutrlcata work by tav AUat Wi.* n thP'wor^be ivady In time? Tea. It Is being flown out in apaclal weatherproof boies. Looms, 100 yoara old, aro weaving the lace. "Wo are conseivslive hoie." -ay the Arm. It Is Being Made In London For The Royal Tour t. dram IMPORTS AND EXPORTS Valua %  %  of November. 1W1. abowlna i,..: I %  i %  %  Countries of Origin a id tobacco i-i.i orti Total S c if. Set United Kingdom 1 745.313 1 asmjtl Canada IM 101 .'92.560 Australia 27 31,929 British (. .. %  I8SJ80 C*lon lli.Toli — 11,780 Dominica 5,094 16.5)0 21,604 Granada 1 1 12.939 Hong Kong .. 33 SO BTO 31.003 £6,149 o6,149 St. Lucia l.tKti: 41.128 St. Vincent .. 1,260 :',;.tu] 27.661 Trinklad %  United Stat< 246,122 Arotntini.iti;i..: France 33.225 %  Gorman, i V. %  1 .. %  — IU-.1 Holland 83,171 35,718 98.8H'.t Italy | i 26,520 Japan __ %  IMS 1 Sweden 38*10] Uruguay • 50.410 — 50.440 nth. r i Lrlet .'i .•..; t.i .''I Total io;t43: Value (f.o.l>. i>( Tol mi the monU ui Novambai 1951. showing principal Countrl "itination. CountricLo which i %  Total Exported > 10.190 > United Kingdom 1.311,799 Canada 2.161 13.052 20 823 Bahamas 21,514 10.32* %  13.170 British Guiana n.owi 40,671 Dominica 0.50*1 46.143 Grenada 1 |] 084 St. Kitts-Nevls 67.123 St. Lucia 1 7.593 St, Vincent %  18,388 Trinidad 1 %  63.536 U.S.A. 1 SS.OftT 10 300 Iti8.387 Dutch Guiana %  12.885 Other Countries li ;-; %  %  25,027 ..ll-UI A hundred yards from PiccaIho girls of this nrm. It is a on the looms th.arti BUI %  lOO-ycar-old firm highly skilled job. demanding Princa WiUiu on tii.n tour servaOvs bora," say the nun %  onally ngned by the Kuut. who GOLD AND SILVER WIRE li meticulous about the %  ccunc) Will the work ba ready ui tune' Gold Ince for the Australian of the master drawings, and can Yes, and the lace is being (lowi-Navy is made of gold wire—2 1 spot the l ll g ht eatl error. out In special weatherproof boxes.per rent. gold. 90 per cent, stiver, Five hundred hour) <>' No music while you work forand the rest alloy. Befori i them I. I I ,-r>lk The Belgian I 1 II %  I %  %  %  N %  %  %  lo wort oul I i Ptiii %  .i r %  %  I %  %  %  Colo i v Review of Sugar In 1951 Prospects For 1952 THE "Id year was outstanding in many resp \ i N N , i. i i. HOME. J.m 18 ha. littering state wclJaa 13th, .• iuper rnod< m sumed than in any pn level of 8.05c. fas. Cuba, with a Cuba. low point of 4 70c. f .a.s. to-ilav L 00 Carabinlert in full dxesa of bi.uk and whlta n m with plun i d "N.'lU)lCifL" hiti i i %  -. ,T" I n ns King Tulal*s Ir.tin drew In PTaUNtf, 1 %  Producer* serving world markshort of 2.700.000 Urns. The norcts had reason to bo salisned, for n.jl. woiio. span m.irket outlet though the tonnage to change just before the war was 3.000.000 The Carabinierl band playod hunds at the loo price was comtons. Jordan s National Anthem t-.llowMTBUvaly Mna.ll, the wrgtagt* prtCO CzaanUCOWl say that it would Jd b)| I he lti.hu NaUonul AnIi. iho tMvif HM lual iiiuU-r '.10c IH' unwise to c.tmc Ui imy b.ih'v them .mil Omeera ol tinC.ti.tnl, i.I %  craHW %  i_ • !" ^ ,u !.""_ & the Prime Minister Alcide De sky and iithei %  K 'lit. had i'<< 'i %  %  by A, i K .! the Busr of i %  %  asould i % % %  % %  n IP i ill h.i. u-i-u anU< %  nbw obvious thai In sugar aaapari i iCuba, so long the dominan'. iliruughout Uie world a i ia been glean by the U.S neei :, supply quota prosrkUasJ an outdanumd if th.wltarawttl fog 2,1*5,000 Wmg tons for IU purchases were available %  < 1952. Bv UM end of Uny countries whieh are now inllcurc may no niised to 2,800.000. eluded in the under-cotisumg)!io-1 ,. areas of Uie world. Among these Ciarnikows putting the Cuban ,„ ^ y nillv| Kingdom whet.tsoe ior mis raai ov.m tona. r ltionin n m „ q individual pu auw U* uinpMimol )iaBr> 2 ^, ta 300,000 and by end of 1952 carryover stock of 300,000 tons and The Internalinn.il poUtleal trend that uie island will have is today one of uiv gn 4 tonnaga of 5.o5o,oo ion In Uw worid'a sugar picture tons With the U.S. quota doAny serious development m the vang %.nr.l.iv. Thuncwrtel II I dueled, the llgure available for international situation could and the hand grenade plant w.th li K.eibich i J.-i I f mi 4tnti %  K S" by uof BJCOTIC world marstetl %  3,O50,0OO. Thli. would very rapidly turn apparent napalm and 500 pOU ii' i tonnaga and compsres plenty Into uncomfortable shortbombs ami then went on to deenstcrn Korea. with Uio 1951 llgure of u littb1 age — %  J'.P. i fuel dump and hit gro i %  th. t %  A Perfumo MADKBAS DE ORIENT MA l.\ and LOTIONS to mauh . %  o suhile ,uid elusive.. 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r\r.F Font RARBAnOS ADVOCATF TRIPW JWTMTtY T*. 195! BARBADOS ADVOCATF t 1 -t— i r.i.i.* bi ... *.. Krid>. Januar> 18. 152 I IIO>l H III IU SOONER or later ihe Government o! Barbados has got to answer the question from where U the money coming to build the deep utter harbour? Opir.mn divided as to local capacity or WlUta^MM to subscribe. During the past two years several million dollars are estimated to have b*>cn invested by residents who have taken up shares in local companies that have .ncreased their capital in order to expand their business. Some of this money vested in local undertakings. But not more has resignated frum investments in Canada. Investments have been sold at the high rates of exchange now prevailing and the profits from these sales have been re-invested in local undertakings. But not more than perhaps half the number of P with overseas investments have sold out. Nor can it be estimated how many of those still holding overseas investments would be prepared to sell their holdings and re-invest in a local Deep Wat. i Htt bour Loan. It may however safely be supposed that some investors would be prepared to subscribe to such a loan if the rates of interest offered were attractive enough. Certainly the Government of Barbados would be acting wisely by exploring the possibilities of obtaining money from such sources. Another substantial sum of money remains in the unexpended portion of Barbados' allocation under the Colonial Development and Welfare Act. The actual amount of this money is not known in Barbados, but it is of the order of £ 400.000. Two sources of moru?y are therefore already known to exist but they m In* adequate to supply all the money which will have to be spent on the const, action of a deep water harbour. Conditions have changed spectacularly since SIR DOUGLAS RICHIE signed his report on 25th April. 1948. Recent information tells of the difficulties that are being experienced in raising colonial government loans on the London market. There is much less spare capital awaiting investment and even when it is available there is increasing reluctance to invest in colonies which display anti-British sentiments. The West Indies of course may not be included in this general coldness of the London market towards money to be raised for colonial governments. Trinidad according to reliable Information has been very successful in obtaining subscribers to recent loans that have been raised in London. Jamaica, on the OUST hand, met with little success when it tried to get a loan in London not very long ago. So much depends on the confidence the London investor has in the colony concerned, and Barbados has not gained popularity as a result of the local government's treatment of the British Union Oil Company or of the present situation which atlecls UM future of the Barbados Electric Supply Corporation and of the Barbados Gas Company. On the other hand the Government of Barbados is regarded as the most stable and the most deserving of confidence in Ihe West Indies today. There might well be hope of laising a loan in London on the strength of the island's good political reputation, provided that the rates of interest oflered were reasonably high. There ;iiv several n-asmis which explain the need for a high rate of interest but one of these is worth more than passing attention. It is ihe fact thai the World Hank changes 41 per cent. Interesl. and Ihere is incre^sim; talk in London of the World Bank's landing Monty soon to one or more British Colonies m Ka-t and Central Africa. Tire moral for Barbados would thei.l :. seem to be: bogbl now and find OUl how much money can ba obtalnad troi investors and the CD. & W. nest egg that remains: ascertain whether a loan can be raised on the London market for the remainder: and sound out the possii borrow in g money direct from tha World Bank should there be any difficulty experienced in I.ondun. It ii so pathetically obvlOW that everv day which passes adds to the high cost of constructing a deep water harbour, that the need for action has to he realised fiy i veryone in the community Already the number of those who understand that the graatMt reason for thr continuous rise in the cost of living is due to the excessive cost of handling goodi In UM port of Bridgeto\\ e .. I The Government must act before their achievemanta are ruined bj inflation. And they must act quickly if they are going to get loans before other needy governments ge"t the lion's share of the diminishit of money that seeir.:; to be available for investment in colui Thi> lt< riiniiLi iwiivttti' And Thr House Of Assembly "Ii. I lvfon %  conirmpt by th* R.yji QaMfe Your r.tanuttte wu appoints,) n the !.%  |jj| WiUl follows:— 1 'i of prtvllMi ,., thr or %  ii'-n oi i*| dtbaii oo m,. nth tns[ having i. do wu h foreign excnaaa* Vou r Cuninuttee ha* held tum : %  it ttag After H i gpli i. Mm debate rough no misunderstandWIMU. lo compel inetr attend. the daubance before ihe bar of the House -in o! challenging the ' before commitu-ea. as well as .minority oi the House lo control having wide powers over the dis,pline of its own member*. Your • 1'ie a deftCommitlee leam, however, with DiDUini %  public*.urpru*. that following the ruling lion ol the debate Win | several Privy Council cstses n order which are, of coune, binding on i UM taew (he courts of these Islands, it ap% %  •,ears that Coloiual Parliament* |v none of the penal powers I COOaflU*ivnidi hy custom and usage at%  regarded as conii, cn to the House of Commons HOMBS*. and House of Lords as the High PerCourt of Parliament, and it would .niduses a seem that the House of Assembly on the Ifllh December" al"wh'iP '" Ul makes has no power to punish for conMajor Huxley the n ' MWC rt uW u,al ,wn * or *>" f privilege, has I'-rhamenl -t no power to compel the attendance Ihanextdav i whirl '• Bompltla conol person* before it or its commitJ of the publication OJ their dotees, and indeed has only a limited and ...i the* may permit power In ihe discipline of Its own Ushers of Th, HovalG ; ut 1 publication enmembers. which would be invited to attend as WM Ito man <"' .nscreUon. The reslricled to a breath Of prtvtlask, ager of Th,. iWm %  -> have now or decorum taking pi; %  that these two organisations %  nOUld. l-e Kivr,, an opportunity In DHsn Hn [all before you rammlttce facia or to the public..tn.u M, i. %  stated that U p I '"illy per'* ' the House, and l Ol their "dewould allow the House lo cause hates IVKS not abrogate their the removal of the person offrnctigni to prevent it. ln nd _' k *p him excluded. Small Distinction Anomaly of First Order doubt, In thr opinNeither House could, hsMMWtl mi of Your Committee, thai ihu punish for a breach of privilege Ight of control of publication of or a contempt committed oul"•' was debates similarly belongs lo both side the House irrespective of !h,e duly; that he H Denmsda legisladepth of viciousnew or scurrility tly understood the debjref Inougtl I then* to which such contempt might de< islon which th' HOUM had lakaM .. ( .| ( r cend. and irrespective also of the in the matter and was under right. amount of damage which inlsapprelii %  DOVOr m lo ^ \g ,, lt ,. ui..t Mdh contempt might cause the that phase Of Use pi ,.i ,.111,1,.ation has public welfare The House '1 Not KhmlinK HOIIM* 1 in course, has the power, as does Ha stated, however, thai as fa, bead kn ecret "ny householder, of preventing as he was concerned the pOVnM 'iir committee is able the entry of persons lo its own .f the ssoussi In takJng Mea 1 ill distinction In precgranueeg. in addition to this decision were nut clear, ihst 1.111 w.. I % %  M ihv h "e are one or two provisu m previous QcCsuBOag, namely, in deUIli ol :, Iwl "iensl to the matter of prlvi1941 and 1847. the House had n this lV or contempt. This position lakM sUnlki %  -. to your committee to be paid to the publkaUon ol debut* Ho 1 Fm '" ^ ,M n o'y .; /* or r "V" which had (Mtnined in u|x>n se.r the I ., lllro i larhameni. which is inellert the ..... „„ ..,, ,,, .,„,,„ ;..ghest authority in the land, sions Thr had adhlc1 hould hu *. have no P wer t0 tiered to Ihe expressed wishes o( o dOuM that Ihe pubp ".!ir o „": r. Iku Ihe House, though Is of a debatn T* 10 S"'w General has fui%  I thai Westminster n,5h *" 1 ; * T <1 PSL.^ n? ibaths wted evsmpgn J" ^ hl i h lD ''^"l!^ as Kl a l had no desire to floul UM sulhorl1 of Comroons %  • lh Jf report and which Bouse, but thai : pour JJ-L -0 erate intent to chal loh a. IIOI, OOgsU DU •*"'"' tommitlee fropOAl'd '. I of HO %  IOIISIV argued. Ii is clesr that Parliament SSL"* 11 ,r, {tll, r ,"' "M lilitor Mask Mimvelf Arbiter might by legislation arrogate no spun t di'iiance in if • ,,\ t die "'"ell any powers which it 1 ynatne ilyadeatro p>„ MI|ls f. \\, '..hung of a IU for Its protti'tion and It apby his uctlon t ( have the m.r n .,. r th a-,.i. pears highly desirable to your that he ad-> £ l|M n m „rf n committee that an examination hand lo the right % %  ( tha preaa to >: ....... ...n llo se€ .,, ... ,,i,,—_ %  of this problem should be had publish debate, which had taken ',.. ." I'^lI u ,hS * a v "-* ^ th P"w < ^ZV^'W^T-' "JSZAJ* anatoS ***** comcttna ST dBsg Prhttlpla. 8h ould lie widespread dWsemlna•*••", thU In this aminat maans of the Ihe Legislative Council should bo k.-d to Join and your commit,i., ,'. !" i(i,„,hn ii "" %  • " %  d tor Of The Hoyal OaatamOUnt to saying that •. ... ..... It is he. and not lha House, who S luld ba tha arbiter or what h Ha further said that be had made an attempt on Ih 1 crncrt to advise Mr. Speaker of what he proposed to do, but that he had been unable to reach him Inndenl Ki-i;retluble The president. Commander Rldgway sUdcd that Mr. Sayer had telep h o n ed him OH the evening concerned and advised him on the deciMon which posed to take and %  I I II %  get In touch wit 1 thai decision by %  N),, '' ........ I*, tfouaa "•* ln lU the Inv , thin at tha time or that n. cidan bad bean regrettable, I %  the publlration or the rose from a laeJl of unds n „ public harm arc il ih. position. completely beelde tha point The iriagerof The Bamude House takao deeUlon bv %  — lem and the mailer. Your committee .]#> mends that the further banning of The Hoyal Gazette representative from Ihe precincts of thHouse should ba discontinued, a to the fact that the ,„„,,„ „. h JE 1 icsenl for prlote lo ihe offence Lastly, your committee wishes I on record that In Its opinion the prohibition of the publication of a debate which has taken place in open session is an undesirable procedure and should be used only in a matter of great 11(1141 \/t (LA IIIVIUIJV1B tflVAMIl l\/i w ognised that the commission of an ad which 1* wrongful is by the fact that In debate „i< !" „, Colony s Towers Limited could be avoided by tccognilion to a higher degree by iicmbers of the House that when %  peaking in your committee greeily deprecates the action of The Royal Gazette. Broadcasting Company Limited, Mr. Wilmut. Hated Hint the broaripany comprisml the Aral few paraj ihe article appearlnd i" the Royal uaaatte; thai at the time of the broadcast be had not been full. or that the order of the House rei.itury meetwhich in the opinion of your comof ihe dab ib Ha 1 1 lb it bv %  inirattaa the ntttaa was highly discourteous to ind 0< icra) was asked to the House, was unmindful o( the • hli company had not %  powori of the Houso motives a/tUch the House excomplled with ihe it.lcrs of the m regard to matter-, or privilege pressed in tskjng the decision U Houae, and offered hH np<>lglc5 and the puuishmciit of contempt, being in ihe public interest and Deliberate Cltiillenue The HOUM Of Common-, has very tanitot, for the reasons put forFrom the-, two batarvtowi It l wtda ittera or prlvlward by the person responsible Rd has the right to punish be overlooked or condoned. Tha Hoyal Oagetta Ii conearnad offi iw Imnile Dated 3rd January, isaj. $ ! qulll for enlry In Un annual I. .......1.1 vc.uih unaAc dem y Awardi for ll—that r power „.„,. lh ... hJi ahot, eanudb llred ,...„ they have reached a eelabrallon. " r r m .f"' „ lo ""*" 'friendly lothcr. America Re! ahe I. now And hi 1 1 .suits from dUdoUl 1............ 1 aftort.whlla UM „, j,,,,,,,, ,, lnMK w ,, u _^ k • Title. ••African King." United Sun. i, onl) |M l.i. BUTTONS SrVS^J.,"* 1 I'RIXCIPI.K Congren NorhUd. a Re. : naiN. ,,dn,l of lii !" ^Orc^ !,,„*,. tlaW S1..I crporunant about bulton. The Mubtota died at 78. He had "fj" one of nla consmuenl.Cannon. ., Mlaaourl r> bluer tunttm wHh Ml U !" ffti.TanaST rT^i: %  .? who Ii rha. i ... % %  ( the i and fo„hi hard lo rataln %  "<•"< ' %  'w.w> 0 men wearrbrtloni UM ihop" ntl 4a in his >"i ."" P"" or button, round %  i. • Ih i -. lha dW It Ml I in "il NI "T with larked lack of logic, also , .1 f Prohibit; the wearing of bracn ,:,, .,„„ fa ...• righ. i„ ^'' l ;:, b u "?" 0 """*?,: ''"! %  longer V Jorbladlo Army Seereury Frank sii.i.iNf; THI m *hd main the TV ar. a bit happier a. thj „„,„,„•, „,,„„„ H olUn, and SHAKESPEARE TARES BACK SEAT Stratford-on-Avoi. i a "must" (or lha majority uf overseas visitors to Britain and also highly thought ol by the JJntiah themselves, vwio come to see the old market town where \Vilham Shakespeare was born and where he returned to live at New Place alter hia triumphs in London. From March to October, while the Festival ol Shakev fepeare's plays is held at the Memorial' Sj day, April 23rd, the town is tilled with earnest students of Shakespeare, enthusiastic sightseers and bardolaters of all nations and' during this time extracts Irom the plays and talks about them are often broadcast by the BBC. Despite this international homage to the greatest vt all poets the day when Stratlord is most tightly packed with peopU has nothing to do with Shakespeare: it is October 12th, when the annual Mop Fair is held. This tremendous communal jollification was lully described in a recent BBC broadcast Irom the Midlands, which explained that t>n Mop Day Stratford becomes an almost solid mass of people who are wfedged tightly In the main streets, battling to make their way amongst the stalls, merry-go-rounds and other entertainments devised to part the pleasure-seeker from his money. Stratford Mop is one of the oldest fairs in the country lor the town was first granted a charter to hold a fair in 1216. The Mop is the only one of at least four fairs started at about ilw.s tune that is still in existence. It was originally a hiring fair, when farm maids with Daopa in hand stood in the streets to be hired for a year's work. If they found their new home was a bad one they ran away and were re-hired at the Runaway Mop ten days later. No maids are now hired in Stratford streets, although the many hotel and boarding-house keepers would be only too eager to bid for their services, but the amusement side of the Mop continues and grows bigger each year. Until the last war oxen and pigs used to be roasted whole in the streets at the Mop and the spited beasts, decorated with rosettes and ribbons, were exhibited in j a local butcher's shop the night before. AI delicious smell of roasting meat was waited about Stratford on Mop Day, beginning in the early morning when the fires were lit. At 11 a.m. the Mayor of Stratford, in full regalia, ceremomaly cut the first sizzling slice, and succulent platesful of roast beef or pork, with two vegetables, could then be bought and eaten in the street at two shillings a head. The Mayor, though now denied his slice of freshly-roasted beef, still opens the M^op officially and then sets it going by riding on one of the roundabouts. The main streets of Stratford are crammed on Mop Day with people from towns and villages within a radius ol forty miles, including large contingents of merrymakers from the industrial Midlands. It is de rigeur to buy a fancy hat, and many of these are embellished with flirtatious slogans, such as that worn this year by the hefty red-faced farmhand who was labelled "I'm a cuddlesome Baby." Stratford is choked with people and amusements and atlaze with glittering lights on this day of fesla, and from the top of the Big Wheel, where isolated couples sit in swaying chairs while the lower seats are emptied and refilled, the BBC reporter felt that the old town looked oddly different. The narrow streets and half-timbered houses that Shakespeare knew so well are illuminated by thousands of many-coloured lights burning brightly in the sharp, autumn air, which is filled with the shouts of the crowds and the blare of the roundabouts' electric organs. At midnight the Mop closes at last and the still hilarious visitors go wearily homeward. The town becomes silent for a few hours and then the fairground people steal from their caravans at dawn to dismantle the fair and restore Stratford to normal and to Shakespeare for another year — apart from the small revival ol gaiety of the Runaway Mop a few davs later. DIARIES FOR SPORTSMEN YACHTING WORLD DIARY THE MOTORIST'S DIARY AMATU R PHOTOGRAPHY DIARY' THE MOTOR CYCLE DIARY THE —— %  — WORLD DIARY Advocate Stationery Tools should include a Watering-Pol. Fork, Rake, Spade. Trowel. Shears and Hose These, of lasting quality and excellent value, are storked bv C, S. PIT< HER & CO. Ph. 1472 ,V^AV^//////-V-V.V,V-V.V*VAV,V-V^V,V/-V,'A'A'. '.r.i'ii c Britain's William HolUns at PSD ;l .. v,SMS? 5 3 ^ *** %  ~~ growing. Tliey have recenUy obl I IMYTI-C3 "•':. J ,lc lo m,,ke ( ,T r ? *nl throogh Ow United States i 1 l>l\lr. MUi during the your than It had py^ stabilisation Office uniform r.HKAT \ SS ..f Hi.W. i -:>KM ..iild bo possible with „4 Bll ^,u nK prlcM IOI neir Colorado I A previous rvpor em CaUfO • "" %  But things in nc )llih >;„ OI December Hiving below-tcro tern-approved atlhe JJJY.p' • "''<<-< %  U • had won a price rlM.I.IIW-Ur increase because ol unsuccessful 'l! John Huston -ud trading was moon-eel I tulips bui rtlng PACT %  %  ned soon Then .i %  rOCKKT THE POCKET Meyer Lavrii ehose to pi h n Ken *< I ;i-ng lo an olTdut) pou* —containt-l "nlv II rent Ol It III AIM IIS SAY p openl> i air. SIR,— P ma to draw %  %  .,A l'\v eJahtsl aito I was Had Hoad when. tourists tn UM island yet %  HOW earl .in nuisances In other countries dogs taken for .i wjlk ,m the streets are usually held on leash. Also stray dogs artpounded hy Ihe local S PC A not claimed by the owners t.K-k* I was suddenly within a certain time are destroyed AsjgJa -j,,. magistrate will give sfUna, came upon an order for the S.P.C.A to shoot l.ingH. and would Htf dog which has been known to HttOf. anyone Perhaps the i wvers might say the animal man kepi waJkbuj means mo no harm but was only Rttanptb %  i.il. Nevertheless. nig 'ii call the n-iim.il to order, if bitten by these ankn.n %  iimculty and loss of time In provtourth tond ihe5c animals con he seen ing correct ownership can be very iflarge 'he has rummaging! In garbage cans for annoying. food. POOR PEDESTRIAN' an sals an lpptar %  nat ous. to attract 15th January. 1952. No. 10 Downing Street NO. 10 Downing Street is the official residence of the British Prime Minister and in the BBC's General Overseas Servicf programme called "English Magazine" George Godwin told something of the history of the unobtrusive huilding which is known tu so many millions of people simply as "No. 10. This trim, unadorned house in Downing Street, which lies just olT Whitehall and almost opposite the Cenotaph, was offered as the official residence for the Crown's tirst Minister by George II When he accepted it Sir Robert Walpole made one stipulation, that the house should be put at the disposal of all future First Lords of the Treasury. It is because the Prime Minister also holds this second office that he is able to live at No. 10. for the office of Prime Minister was merely a courtesy title with no place in the British constitution until the late Earl Balfour instituted a Royal warrant, setting forth and delining the Prime Minister's precedence. Downing Street was named after Sir George Downing, a seventeenth-century citizen who by adroit shifting of his loyalty between King and Parliamentarian enriched and advanced himself. The Whitehall district was at that time badly waterlogged by the nearby Thames and notorious for the gaming houses and great cockpit which stood close to the present site of No. 10 before Downing acquired th* freehold of the land. M N**> V In Wonderful Colour. MAI Itr interior Pram coverings PfRFFCT for kiddies' Tablelops and (hairs GUARANTEED AGAINST CRACKING FOR 12 MONTHS & EAST TO KEEP CHAN I Da Costa & Co., Ltd. raoei'CB or Bwv ROYAL DECREE A Very Fine Sherry %  V HOY 41. DFI.REE Quern babsssl II iDuff Cur.)* >n Co. OH uie of ibt Roy.il Arms of Spain, Self April : Mnsrs. DA COSTA GO, I II' P.O. 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FRIDAY. I\VT\RY IS. 1K! n\RB\nos .\nvor\TF. FACE F1VF Plans For St. Thomas Playing Fields To Be Submitted Pensions Claim Committee' Returned THE Playing Fields Com';<" U"-"' mittee >l the St. Thomas Ves*&*£, -" Au " Welfare Oflieer and %  unit ... rejected by the St. plans for funds for the proTh i --tcrday vision of playing fields in that' Member* pointed out that all Canada's Trade Fair MORE L\TRI\ES NEEDED i\ an parish I. was also decided ?'gSS2 j!rS. 5". 2" !" S TOltONTO. I Exhibitor figure, *o far available ud thai i %  %  % %  %  I %  rrom the of the parish in the House of t.'iould not be made 10 children buyer* n Assembh. already m, th,. echoes, but to thoie "u* w "b a more comprehensive the nil This d* ; whn parent* were In strain-nod R !" *;'". Canadian Bo,^ WM ^ day whe„ Uaj Vestry COOSitM i % %  •• %  Ih • ,, tht > h,v '' ^ •**" before, a letter from th* Social Welfare ."* vlew w * espressod that Canada** Trade Pair thiv raai omec r enquiring whether 1 WOllOn was reaUy conexpected to have a itrCBaBBM Cat Committee was in a po fi at the schools, and not so "'an flavour than f, | Mtbmit UD plans. muih a matter a* lo when the 'i Mr K Sandlford Informed the aonOOl year opened. It was flnallj • <>f Holds CM Vestry Uial Nno the. Committee ,, " l % %  iwatpone further conwaj appoint) lion ol exhibition] until £*, ,• ^ ham era! rl the 1 Unrestricted Sugar Sales In London LONDON The c rationing in Britain, as a ate". 1 towards ct'inplvle dt contgo. oi the sugar trade. U by Lord 1A Uid Wwtb un %  prwiiltnl of Twtd and I -> Uv in an article 111 tin London Financial Times baa should b*—k %  %  j | line b atal Accident In 1951 ago. they h-d DMO enable to %  on%  1 '' l > Of Auiu.l vene a mooting, and for that loason th) able to submit any piano Ix-f. |. mn w,i* oonvea ,. and man appointed. Mr Collins said he dl I n<>t tiunk that i could ban. i tain difficult;, if them beA case brought by tho PoUoa Ho Wounding Case Dismissed %  %  Fair. If whi< d Tl I %  ,, Mi la likely, the It i tho most i, pi v of Cananlan food.* DM spot soon as possible Hie sugar markc. which before tho war hfOU) t,. Britain both dtracU] and IIIHut maximum prices toapaaafbts I | %  % %  add i IUUHWIB. ntrol dananda Ml| ,jys I.'1,1 1... I. %  i unlna whj On n d in case .casing ,MI wn now tWO IMOl.il V., result the Commissiorici"'' quotes ng\m> to .show tha, two animal di i M ll oUtown Poltoi ft %  hall With M BO fatal enaainl %  "" • '%  •' <* the vehicles t.-,,..,.... invoiwad, .ii tin|>ode!>!nails involved 2* > %  % %  over IB ami eishf undor 16. Thlrty-niM ol ihew accident occurred on *tiaia*>t ra BTDUnd turves, one around a blind rnffnar. one at a cross rood with .1 major mail *ncn. two al cross ruads without IB signs and one in un open tU-UI I Meon of the aocldeiu-s %  1(i :Vi. iV nTno w tl 11ondai m, "*2att^rJS, wr %  r^aut hw ' tie says wtwreJ u.u u'' "" rhuTadaj tor Mr artmtb gave hla exhlblU w-lTbe one of the major wit I .„ I-XiaWd o b, h chuinnan of the meeting said ,k (,s " feature* of hit her on the forehead .xhihit Ith a plck_ handle on Decem. ...* %  "J_"""_ c j; j ,0 _f. uv! ".'.'_ I VY. ._K !" W .."* 'IV! 1 .". 01 u ". In the HolatoWT %  ivci the foUowina lottoi dab ^ "' susar avauabla to DCi 30. 1S1. fi-om the Col" Mmi^i. ..i rood trout Empn %  >:„:_ ireaa and from U.K. lie.-pre „. • \-i.biti so lar covot ;, met ion %  ,.*,. fr.n :i tola) of I that they •'* %  •" a I ol the 20th July. IM1. with raaurd I^M.000 lona m IM1 to B,4JO f OO0 <\-'i^-' ,/ri^mCrV %  ' X">l>l P failure. cluat Ll mitad, but thla was an SS^ih^i^Srt^dteJ &1 paraon to .un-^ I Soutn Africa Noouently w.ihdrawn. 11 V ! Mr n H SS '"'',"' *"'V J'"' "" 1 ' 2 estimate back -^-.ndlford su S) ins Worship Mr. O. B. Grimth equipment showing h. ,, u JJ ^JS since tho p r e %  e n t Committee ^£\^i i .1 ...... ss. t ? c !?* t i on ," ed in IBM %  a ri,^!!^''"'""""""' M W '""• P"*: witn •Imit UMM'Ma.' AM nuoo I^K-.I li.ivirnmcnl Rill lu ll„. nUoa in h,iuln hu s Ihiil not : cata il.-all, %  composed of all th. "','h"'"' >'• %  was llnpatlon this sea, will tie more , „, ,. '"''• | , the V-1 Iho Bultdine Jt the home of the defendant a ..vten.ive that 1 %  . I ,. e„ Committee me., .. __ of JO'countries are e<; .n. .Ihom Sandlford. Mr. Collln,. Mr. Ileeve.. .„^^"^TteSljS^K-SS fgH ^.".f--"'.'^' &&&2X ""I !?~*> "'.' "•>."" mind | SfS^ &££T nuar bought by the Ministry of „,.,,. llMU ,. Mt>fl & larceny f ood UJaant fo Iho umid Kmdwolllna IVMUKM durti torn. The Mtnlstr) BiranfM to v ..ivm R S3A1 Jo. $105.10 wot 1 ""I" ol i %  ii O.l.mies and some olh r In connection will ..untnes I , ... ( .„n„l..l I .omlhiT WnSTC "" %  < %  the war." continucj charged, ihe oontplaitnanl iMelll '% %  Iha ecajntriai with cd to proaa I airanajmanti BOW %  about MO.000 ton .. -,..,. Iheie wen 1 •1 2.140.OOU tho ( l,ur'hvvr.rdon, Mr. Goodlnr. and Mr. J. H. Thome. v re-i-Min( I.inn ('(iiiuuittee %  use (fogs* k hA TOM itvfrvsh iitij A tn riff wrtt ting mm broUver that cut her over tho Germany, Italy and FVance forehead and not the defendant, i.u best i riekCT subinitled that there Appointments to iho Pensions wore uravo d.ilibts in tho > Claim Committeeof St. Thomas ol thaat doubt wore mode by . retary and the V. -i 4 Had to this effect i n a letter which wan read by the Clerk of tho Vestry vesterda^ client could Fishermen's Fund probsBoai . \ i MB" wenhroughi i.> tin '' '""_' • %  %  tho conaunurtlon .i N.- ,J ', '"' The question of these appointments wait brought up at the >at nieetini! of the V <'nioniai BacWi anothi C/err* To Commissioners Of Health Appointed I-. Itenumont Sharp? I Thu ..lav of the i \OTIIEB UtKK) SEEDED Hilt 8CAVENQING a. t'luilini jn-i.iiy ... I4IH.VHI-* letter aousjht 'o IInd out from tho intendent of the > I Adi'ocale, under tho head. "Lcgls. il approve IIO.OOO For Fishermen", the Colonial Se.re*VcflVna}ng of Qovai i reported to have said: "As Housing areas" was one of the ted Clorh <•< |ha CoiunlBrosiardi tin ad n u h latwtlofi of reitems discussed by tho Commi*Ht i.erlief, whirh did not form the sul>rionort T H.alth ..t St v. t'iiisiimption ol N. .. H .! %  >.. Cao-son, Budu and oihoi [j rountnes of the Empire.' 1 warned nnd 82 charged 82. OS were o.nvhtetl and 11 iieiiding trial. Invo'ved he*e accidents wore 143 mala over 16 and one female ovei lt years old. kael i,t ihe it< aoltitlon ,_" L. the Sanltao Coi Council, tho BawbadOa -Jdrwote Mr. • • Immediatal] op< nod a RaUa I Fund Playing Field Coinpleted • Fl. Id It Church, and the P" n lo i> hava boon iet-i • %  >•< I Baa C s Mi %  a in* r, %  | cfcrl I Church, laid report to the effect .. meeting ycti I D Hi f • M C I u„„, ;,# h „ „i,, itf>amtwir-i i ntinu: *"'Mlehaol at their meetingat Immediately Opened a Relief "-"iind member* thai an Chairman Of rl %  ,nTon the ( : %  %  Bulldlngi yeMerday to which the sum of over |fl rtmeni he ...., vh i i-l slTS aftatnoon Mr. Shares appomtwas contrlbuU.i IB forwnrd %U *^V""' S ,D .m October 25. time, and it Mr 1. It The.nr M ,i when IS51 this Fund ati.l Mi^.h-ment it ^hen Slurp* and Ml Mr Thorn. .. %  will now entail h.ndm.ev^arv f, V, v„ It ,. %  vAtrT h' n %  -•' %  Un < %  oaeM cocraWKwdanc. *"tr> that in ; ..vmen! of all salarlcf to p"" a subsistence and ... had not been put on the agenda-. n U( h( Is ',.., ( behalf ot the of 15.00 per week to the Itti for discussion, and therefore th !.l; .?, .Sl ri-cemb i hould have V H I [nstoad of lBth | ,.,,,. playing Held oosnplfliad on id 19th Ju t ^^^^^^^^^__ alreait'. ,\i : 1 1 fhureh Vontry had .. r* Me felt mat lo do ihn work il n.. ,,..i %  !„• %  >.—.. ,,,,,,_ ,„,i,,, ith has occurred at hi .. : ' '' '• %  -_'l t l.i ... ,. William Henry Garrod .', J k A suggestion from the HeadHi* present appointment comes whose son. Mr. William Garrod. making provision in the cstln mistress of ih e St. Michael's about on the resignation of the Girls' School that in view of the last clerk i i Bob town Boyi* Club i 41 meml-en 11 is Ml rmir.ii club, but It in 1 l>oys will be given a bulldUU %  nt The boys startad il The make u. ...Ilk .. .11 tt. ,.1,1.-1 ,.,..,..,... foe fout vociferous ch> Jorda Mr M.Kenziedrow the \ | eltenUon to the difficulty in fatting d fish for the inmates of HI (n till i'i ation, the Vestry ap p ro v e d ih< M unit lo re i.une quantltiaa i i %  ridge at the screen end nomei. liood length and was btsdanUnow I ,„. dbMnrtlon of S.TitanMii "not out" while the of this with an exquisite B0.1I ,„wded around cut by Hunte foe f'ltir. however poor consolation to the joa shaking his hands nnd eon Skipper Arthur Bnnillo loorf youngster. gratulatlng him on the "cat. I • over that .. ,,,...., ._:_. no noedOd a resi ;llof Hunte I>ave% Boundaries from Smith A" pood look al him ant ,,,„. M ,i lcr W h„ han< to the ball pl.t down wh.,akine li' "> Scarlet! -1 ha 5 "\J1" SL valiantv If not ',, the fifth one to the deep_square h.dped_Smltl, ^llt.the^irnm^o.^w ^„„ „,,, „„. ,,„,,. Mr. V. „ .. OHM %  his century hitting *ixt< (oleliralinu Roddq Vi in Foursonh'rt day's play it St Andrews. (Truudad) I ley golf Tournament which i nig played ut the Roelday club, Christ Church, andad In .1 %  > ailarnasafl AgaU '."'ttliH' was fine and COIld Ideal for playing golf The Fournoim-. (Bwlactiva drl "(• played off yBBtBI Id" kloy won by 1 I |Kanls wl St. Amir• STB BOW ihiekie. i. ih ut ihe r • '• ha H .UM. MM Ii OMMIIII* I. r M, ( C 'n %  t HI f Qaeaa II A Talma I i f i I I M UIM. Ill l-Mtl.M Onlv ONE blcyde a/ in (In' world' Mines this mark of perfection Tin Ilumbrr indcmsfk I Il yuiu suisnif of laiuo# i fjuality. an* sppraXaUKC sad [ MiilraBail lUcecU.. Th ( tt.tlll l.iJu.n ^-aUlT tiKVvIr can>M[UUi maiS of HI it.i I.-J(I. ( I1UMBER / all Mirvr/ea C. I. Harrison | OI'tfllBUTOBa A FULL KANCiE OF SI/KS AND Moons IN H j r. w.i ieaboundary Bar ianothar four. In. As If to Smlll. now held %  •" %  • ':t..rl..l '" ihorter and |e5 In' Re i impartial too and novt o\ too had 00 ip arainst tho rail at the %  re leg boundai his score 49. letl that 10 terrors for him. fir a terrific four hen Mill., got his loot .' long off it .mly gained ho .Iron %  Thu w.i bark his third ball aught one handed Next ball for another bound..... log 140 marred only by two .ending up .50 in 1 minutes £^SJj> "^ ln The Nineties th now in his nils I %  runs made in "too mlnuti To-day Ih, %  %  ntertaining inning. o( '.i .-i I it %  minutes hilUou n rai i si i n\ i I •!'. Mffll '111 K %  n r. i II fi.i. *l OHIO %  V.-l .h. Ii. A C. Baoaid .'itm m aivi^iHi. IN) > i sfl sonMr. II A C W,Md. M i i ri H at st i uM-ii in T I WKbata-r appeared unduly flurried at N.-rt overs magnincent ... .,tlv late 1imc of h *J,'""'",**, hand Held bv Tln'Thoum at covet cut B leg spinner from Bonitto %  ,T "' 1 entiiry •ave*l an aunoal certain boundare down to the boundarv for four to Smith had now scored a oenand kn.'. Smith till on the brink make his score 96. A gentle Untury <-" his nrst Intorcolonial apgave hiin the strike pearance al Kensington although lore at 91. he mad* his Intercolonial debut I f.ver the text ball and H.-niMo now bowling around the Bt Bourda Iss r IB ith sweep the flr*l Vrssfcal mptatO W> In 67 ball off his pad to the dOBP square twentv •'o>" %  ime he leg boundary for four. He had ben 252/2 140 had hit nil 123 minutes and his .. . ,„^_„ %  .aded fourto"il>oundai.. H II ragumadhli lunch roverrirovo Thor(>ourn maktl Dicker of life and added a single before the tea Ins; bowUnk attack interval was taken, rani' %  nmdfleld when tho KOTO had rtSttMd 193 76 not out The hall went thrSmith play There was no c. fence for f this made on one that came in quickly from tempof systematic the off and hit the n ling attack I p aa aad the Id. bat but 11 mliaiil the wicket and Hunte reached his liny in 121 clock."the sorond fiftv coming In by inches. mlm, minutes Smith was 65 not Ho got a single and Ihe next The three hundred mark wat out and Hunte 30 not I r .lar bell beat reached In 257 minuter Twelfth Man In all the wav but although he after Farmer h Thoebourn' (UD length. Sc;.r lund,t ' bocfc foot was still anchored stump evidently intend!'.. lunch cost him a pulled mu-ele In the en I I %  •* should light for he two %  S: Farmer atoned for this someruns lo make him %  -iriving Barraekinir to B it Farmer would h<<\ %  and in tort to score complete his individual half cenof this and U Ing for that was un*ue.. a Farn < Scarcaused Hunts to II and Soon after the double cert try left I cramp, went up In 178 mlnntn ly alone, malting n-. ladies anil (ieiillfmen. Iioys and liillc jjirh! — I ENJOY TO-DAY'S SPECIAL! C0C0ANUT CREAMS "liiH'iiix Soda liiiiiiiaiii ---*---'.'-',',*,--*,-*-'--, I'UINTKl) MM N simalr. pntt) and KHAKI MIIKTIM. I srftil and 1-a-liHi I I N F. CAMIIKK In IM ii. onlr -'lit 4blr for Habt Mtir-. Yard %  Sl.l B.-si VahM Per Yard 88c IS wldr Per Yard 97r. CAVE SHEPHERD & CO.. LTD. 10, 11, 12 & 13 Broad Street POTATOES p*r | PflTATOKH prr b lb. CONDKK8ED Iflf.K CBAWroBDB CREAM CRACKERS Tor This Wei • .BO I 1 DUTCH WHOLE CAULIFLOWER largo US BROKEN CAULII'i.iiu ill . OS. tin BRUHBEL8 SPROUTS ItfM Un PRU88ELH 8PROIH BEETROOT : M ttB VOUNO ran CARROTSIS OI. UP EXTRA PDfB PEAR 18 oi Ufl KOO OUAVA Jll.l.V .'lt> tu. K00 OUAVA JELLY I lb. tin ROBERTSON'S BLACKCURRANT JAM lib Jsr 70c. 37c. 73C. II 37c. 42c. •fie. *7c 2SC. STAxsnri*. sro## A *.. rui.



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PACE six HtHHMKlS ADVOCATE FRIDAY JANUARY 14. ItSJ CLASSIFIED ADS. TELEPHONE JSOt. rat i'. 1 • ant huoibri ol word* M !• K 4 I am/* prr orl fr *h •441-HMl WOT* TWaCM*. Phon. M %  MtVSMi %  M and i> r. 1111 lor malt *a*lMa onay aita* • B — DII:I %  am I llaapiu: mi m %  HU I-ncra!M nil I i| Bar 'i for lh# Wr*tr.r < i" XV invitad Alv.n. Drl-.t. ASSoTSTEwiKvrs aasSBI I a] Dr*M>ar IS* back** %  Orant l-i' 4443. T OCIMM |.\>id r*i.I %  •" !" M %  — %  | F OH BKVT HOUSES run SAUB %  •l lll.lt KALES Seatwii REAL ESTATE AUTOMOTIVE I MM I --' E Mint. % %  gstM 111)1 II Os* Urand rw A-SS ISSI Rood*. JO Pvrehn ol land The Houaa * %  Inapntlon (ton Mi to rrl- HAT,. .! % %  . i* —t %  PM .** at .-.on *". rK* M*tv Jat.uaf*. %  .< lltiftr" <. HgAI.Y It I M 3 MtRI\ *1 -HI M I.N Ml LSI -I. V> r— |—Bll %  IT i>. u twn*. A lawman. H. I i .14. C. Da %  K %  . %  •. B KnaUa. %  BUKK I -l-l> in • % %  a-llmv •ondlUon. Appl* U S fcma—i. (.ulr-Plantation. SI. J-nn. U 1 SB-* %  *,..., Karri. "i "a* %  %  • m -'" drl,v ,i. Dial Mil Courtaay Urx II I M Sn ntAcii VIF* O" •• CM> (torn I" f* PUD* furnunad ImlinUri thr*. p-drnom. Apply Orakam Dial lira %  li PLAT—On EttS *-" %  Road 1 SJ %  uvtlVlUE AquJt."' Uardari U FUKMTIJKK MECIIANKAL %  4ACHIN1 I SaMOM Kill'. MAXWEI I. ru>A*T %  Vrtl..... ,..id. Vai an "ll'l V 3o l> Parah lUTIIDA* I... M VIHtX*.! ,.-, "-!* %  ;! %  • Randolph .Ot I ..n. XKMt/l II t M.i I | it—. VMi a, DM Tirnl Pretr....irl P I,, to. Mirpi mnm-H. Xa.la* k> J III, llafuta Pri 1MB, KotMit* Maa. Hmn* -flTirAIITVtLLr--A WWW •% %  to at llolily. Cnrlat Crmnn, fdaoding %  n I1.IH aquaja. Irrt ul land r:aoJi" dot., tha Public K<y appoltMa1i.. Ifcta Pl#b. ,'-,. Amu Paain*n. Madala •.nan. CHaabain Mill • %  a lallN'IIIAII 1 NMto. B. Mayara. Wllllanil H IVUT>..udr W Mar Ka.. Kftiv V Ki.nX G tlorion. T Hori. Hirmm i l irvRHH--MJpl l\ I.HM.a>j tt UM/I II S >( Pai^andO nplall. II I'll. Ml N M H.cm*.i>. Joarpti Pticrim, Mr. Lwlit ,„.r.c. M. Wm.ton Dottin. Mr Kith Mj QltoW Kirli.i. Mr rb*ll Auaun. Mr*. Mini Aualln. Ml* Sandai Ot.nbeTK. M' %* Ofiiia>-l. Mr JM> ,. Mr J...fc Vaiulha^. Mr.. J.i* VaugjMn, Mr. Kim Blrton. Mra piarcaa roulkai-JooMl. En-urd T-x-arr, Ml HiroMI ClaiKa tuniuii par AKTII.I *r Mr. Marc-lb. Paabta. Mil Iclkla PlaK Miv Qn-i|lni Kawaju I.I ri iiiu IUU Mi Itoban Eii.ta*r I.r JAMAH \ M-.rnM-cxraa^r FratrtiaDurr .,r UUMIMI A I rural llar*rav. Arthur l—ic-n. GOVERNMENT NGRKB I'UBLIC WORKS DtPARTMKNT DOMINICA APPLICATIONS ..[. invited for the poit ol Assistant Eimniwr. i 3-ytwr contract. The salary of the port is between $2,880 ud 13.360 per annum, accordiru] to r>xnrieiKe, nlui Cort o[ Uvinit Allownr. of 16 V$% of salary. Quarters are not provided. A single man It preferred in view of ihe difficult housing utuhUon. During the period of the contract lt*e vill be major works of Jettv construction, building, bridge, and water supply work*. Ex perumce Is required in the taking off of quanUuas, structural design and detailing, and in the estimating of building works. When submitting applications the following heads sn used; M\i:nM"'~ 1-XMiMlin'NV IMA. The Examinauua for tWBi tfJ Barbados Government Exhibitions tenable -i the University roUegf of Uie West Indies wul be conducted in Barbados by uw University College m consulUtion with the Director of Education. and will consist of:— (i) a written s*avnlivBtaOn w be held in the waafe Dginnlng Mcodu, rtbruary 29th, 1862. (U> an oral examination ^ be held in April, 1B52. Candidates must be:— (a) under twenty (20) yean of age on Children of a native o UlU Ulandi or (d) Children of pcrwm whan domiciled and have been resident in this Island for a period of not less than ten (10) years Candidate will be required to produce with their applications, Birth Certificate* together with c-ertlncd statements declaring that they have been receiving their education for th* p-at thro (!) yoars in this colony and that their moral charscter mid gtnoral ionduct are satisfactory. /.•plication* for sdmllon H candidates for the Inhibitions mast be sent to the Director "' I gucaiioo. EducaUon Dlflee. Thr (isrrtson, St. Michael, not later than Tlsesday. 22nd January. 1952. Applicants for admission as candidates far Barbados Government Exhibitions must slso forward dlraet U the Kegislrsr Ol the I'nlveratty Colleae of the Wel Indies. Jsntalca. their appllea liens for Entrance to the Inlver*ltj CoUsge. The closing dste fsr applleatlona for Entrance U 31' January, 1W2 N.tV-Porms of Application for Entrance to the University Col legr and particulars of the neces sary qualifications for Matriculation, and an outline of the courses available must l-e obtained from the negMrar of the Unlverrlty College. Jamaica, or from the local Hepre-ientative. Mr. H. A. Vaughan e o Y M C A Pinfold Street. Bridgetown, or from the Director of Education. Department of Education, 24th Noveml>er. 19S| 27 11.51—Sn HD gpRKAns %  i %  la Mid •atiPlD iid that It* Ml "d MAIL NOTICES krr anil sonunws th -i* nidar tha p r iaant ityld or an Dated mi. llb d** "I J*"' %  * 19 * H V. ri MiK. P A K TUCKEH. IIKI Milta for Dufiumca. a. KIIU %  ilbbrr Will btload si omc m PSJMl M.Ll ** H .(..I at 1 pm. (JnlMvaw M*ti M lllh Jsruary. ISU ., -.: I.I.. M v <>r Orncral ^w///////////>w*w SHIPPING :*. : i SJ n't r.x-riNt.i isiigna Nu-.m. includlikd • *' Sod Tractora Nn annual ..ulhan u.l Counaay ,11,1 43*1 II 1 SI Sn .Ai.VAMISUSD siHaTTa — A UmltoO !Utl St BM*. U. MM. 10 t\. SB 33 I n A.itO Tyra Compai.y. Trafallai ..t Itt.n 1J I NOTICE THE PARISH OP ST I.UCV Al %  Va*l< KI,-.. bu TABLK SAI r .. C.C Mur.. .. WO. ..I'll. IMOON II. 1, STUART & SAMPSON (1938) LTD. Beads.aarlera for Best Run WAV.VAV.V, V*. *,'.'• W i• %  IKIII Stabbed Alveva Purru of Mahalca Gap. Green Hill. St Michael was treated and discharged at ibc H.^pital on Wcdnesd-j muhl for a knife wound on her .host which she ic.ivcd fi in unknown assailant while srajjfijisj on Warien Road on ir way home. I .Id the Police Ih-t thg inndent occurred about 7 p.in. on Wednesday night and theman Mul>***. M s BMMIC l,tn Mutt. • r. ariwiM. w IN TIME FOR THE HIM'IM. SBASOiX EL WELL CANE BILLS I I:\IH\I. EWWIIIM Car. Broad A Tudor Sfct, KEEP YOUR HOME SPIC AND SPAN Wa hava a wide ranga of PAINTS-ENAMELS VARNISHES I. HERBERT Ltd. InforporaUil IM< II, BODICE SIRKET Canadian National Steamahipe %  OITHBOIND tAPY NP1AON-(-ANAD1A.N CHUISaW %  1.ADV BODrcKV" I.ADY NBSOrl" •CANADIAN CSnWS.. IS J.n, JSl-ny. IS P-br ..ST P-*y ^O, Arnaaa SalU 1MM, saiaay. SM**'. Patoy. 1 PaW I Twtoj. S4 P*P "**: Pby. NOaTBVBOlNB 1APV RODNEV" -1ADY KEIJMIN" %  AN cinnH" %  I.\DY RODNKYl-AUY NELSON %  "CANCmJ18a-rl" for further panic ;;4BPiSF J A "' *v rs. sppi* iow> i, u M i t J o wu oo<>oeo o oo n %  9 &*6AMA*n*e** m i* m ***£ FOR YOUR CROP REQUIREMENTS SEE US CMie Bills. CulUisei. Shovels Win Brusln-. Bass Brooms, ( ..mm WMtr. Clvanur Bucktrs, Stencil Ink, Pack NMUIBS, Oil Cans. Wa-liiiiK SMS Sawias I u in. Brass Polish GARDINER AUSTIN & CO.. LTD.—Afaat.. u TRANSATIANTIQUE SAOJWOS TO SOUTHAMPTON AND FRANCE CT' C'.l'AOIXOUPF. We have just Received iv.. Hrlloci %  All Bran Par... Hhrrddrd Wbal >. lb. Pals. f*. BUfUita. 'u>urd rrram. Trllroll PuHs, AMarlrt ral-a-Cake. Ir Sliarloake. Marl,, VllaW,al, DUMIUV, Thai v.nruil sml BH rulU Tin, Frail CoffkUll Chaa, a Sanborn, Maxv.,11 TtM Ouava. Tina suaabrrrlCT. Via 1HART1NIQUE AND • -COLOMBIE" 21sl January. IK •COI.OMB1E'' 2nd March. I95Z. •COLOMBIE" 13lh April. 1S2. SOCTH-BOUND AND CRUISE Call al : Trinidad. l.a Guaira, Curacao. Cartagena. Jamaica "COUIMBIE" 10th January. l52 "COIXIMBIE" 20lh February, 1952. "COLOMBIE" 2nd April, 1*52. Accepting Passengers — Cargo — Mail. II. H, JOXKS & -. rtsv-dtsjssssi House, l.lplon*' dlnals. Two CarTirw Crapes /Ins Sliced Pine Apple fin" Coffee INCE & Co. Ltd. 8*9, BOEBt'CIL BT. FYFFES LINE %  -. % %  •.-..•.-. %  .•-•^.--•-•-' %  •%  -'-•-•-•'•?'-. FOR SA OFFERS INVITED lor (subject to prior sale) Surpli highly selected grade British Friesian Bulls trom the Exchange of Cnroni Limited. Carapichaima. Trinidad, B.W.I. 1. CARONI VICTOR" 2. "CARONI COMMODORE' 3. "CARONI CAPTAIN" I. "CARONI SERGEANT" 5. "CARONI CHIEFt. "CABONI CORPORAL" All above hulls are Bovine Tuberculosis tested. The T.S.S. GOLFITO will be arriving from Southampton on Friday. 18th January, at 9 a.m. and will bo sailing at 4 p.m. the same afternoon lor Trinidad. There is ample first class accommodation available lor Trinidad. Apply : WILKINSON & HAYNES CO., LTD. Agents. Phone 4230.



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fpW B'DOS BATSMEN PUT HJP 353-2 IN ONE DAY Smith, Farmer Hit Centuries In Run-getting Feast < i MI in siiu i (By O. S. COPIMN) BARBADOS BAT U ,,| ih e bowlers of the visit! .,; eondl%  .. DM i %  %  penad at Ktnsi %  A % % %  • %  L 'me thin defect in ihe i-nce but ..,;ii lh % %  | lo it n.tto. who straight w..y % %  "* ho rl-square lev to removed prcseod Jamaican attack lookir*odrid^r I'nimpxssiM arty, Runte Fan* hail expected murh treeo neat ovei pace bowler Ooodtidt. •• %  %  % % %  %  im| p our* when tl.. .Si,, length hut %  ; I tutlv vent tin ad but he prod up tn now has not The tori ,j a year ago. The Jamaican Bald %  I" '*l Change McCulli h %  bowling of Goodridge and Scar-Ih :1 J>niy From Ml ','u.nt < The Judge And The Alsalian In a New Y I i j( th." %  i. .ii oily (or tnoci i doubt in n honour. Mei Arthur Bonttia Goodndgc m orthodox Held* to their own mot Jmprr bowline. %  series ul i v includin. I in private plane?.. | _, up imie paea and nevei bad the ,|lrt ' w 1 wo ( en tune*. Canu. knit duly peiand living % %  man, playing his !li>t I .„i%| M.m.IN: Okayed hy F tournament at Krnain^on scored rlninvd (ho wlckot i ; H "aSE^atiiS IU "K ,J he a,,nod rvloly at a short,-! Skipper Farmer who was 124 ,, nc ,,„„ r w h nriilv DuUdde the • s not out played a useful Innli lump. Hunt* not alWayi alOgant DUl % %  ..... ., lllratlQn ,__._ a Zeitung at-.. *tth some.powerful and wo] ,.,,., „„„,,,,.„ rurmance r l-rt. | timed strokes, liunte who is the! NEW yoRK: Roaall pthffj l-.it-.man with 78 not out Not Included Be* of the girl*' to his ci-edit was unwunlcdU ,. >t |o |„ c | u ,il team at New V .•trained. lie has tightened up ,„ hlB toleraocaj and next wr CflOaaat, feel* hurl Th, 1 alWB * com "Jfroui Miller he lifted aa iiiswiiigcr irto-ooly I off his pad to the deep squ." >nal last .nitumn. arben %  I RM row, then on drove admlttad 220 nn blah of BonlUo al Mini Hut now. tempi . acutive brwed lo we 1 %  lae 1 1 iver changed his Mold bringing 'hmv satin unlfOl rver thi%  and uatni Up" Itohata, while her gitl :urtabli In the face ol th.s .scoring the Jamaican fielding never flagged • nd Iher.u, ic.iched the stag* ol i Ourmii> tioodndge who bowled BlK rron the • a curious held. He h.id but three men m liont the batsman and mldoii 0 coverpoint and I But behind th* had a widish line leg. deep line leg. third man. three slip* and a gully It when he was playi • of bun i'ii the Am tbna .. run two pnd if the stroke wan not in the .< ik'Jrnaiv* un* Uie hall would have reached the %  %  %  %  no reason why there should not! ban bain %  full Sedsed midon' and imdniT. 1 tuna over; getting thihang of hirun-up to •r I %  On The S|.t m the pavilion it "lie-' nil thi l ing Taylor on U %  :' %  ... UinpluCote/ Jordan was no* %  JN nd nopal 1 Ii aica playeis and some ol Hi" more sympathetic Barbadian crowd He said "not ul.' Miller's .'hough -1 hi* body beau%  I %  %  %  The ball took the edge and SaunR a smart low catch to dismiss him for a am \ had come hi o %  %  .1 futile chase by %  ir Which lay only in '. h exe ctoa it afforded him. ruM] the effect of 1 on the off atda Xnnther Boundary 'his did not j.tiia/1 u unanother Smith boundary how* 1 '.1 O, th. writer Rosi,. m the ol NEW YORK I Paying that tin i i plckad the praaidenUal vacr 1 this one having been driven his first talk with I 1 B DM pad wide of mid1 for four. U the signal fur DMthUJ out moniiunishniciu to Miller, iiuute lurnod bia down to deep ip BO hi -it! hour • on pace S JAMAICANS UNFAMILIAR UpKtatom from the Km •dngton stand who went to wltnf*< tae Barbftdo* Jamni <• InUrcolonlal match which yesUrday. hve bo on •ompl.ilnlng that they cannot follow the erickat a well a* they conld winh liecmi*c thry arc not sc-iualnt.-d with thr Jamaican rrlcketar* Yeiteiilsy *hen the Jamal cans were In the Held, most spectator) did not know who was the particular fieldsman who Dcldcil or caught the ball. "I wss writing a short summary of the gajae," a cflckat •nthtuiast told ta* 'Advocate "and I had to write. Taylor, caught second slip. "There should ba aaaw maans of letting the people know the fieldsmen." ill In ; %  >nvince him thai the same boat. NEW YORK %  %  rtad m dollnrs. Now thi poal back to In i born wan, %  t 1,018 dollars into II, ChurchilJ Wauls -Steel Not Gold" WASH % %  1" PRIME mNISTCR W %  ton Church! niundi) !"' "i"'. c Icail Mlh*"nipr \-Mi, .-.mi. .111 the Tt-ytT-cU British Co (am Iba Ihra I %  s hateful .1Hitler. 1 Bui In wtd Ampriviin rewnna1. < 1 • ' "'"' Kids Aeeme I %  V 0. BMITU go". dwn on one baoo itnd (toH ana Ji 1 to make 140 Bonlllo lo Uio Ion uouitdaiy to bnng hi. m il.n winch oooni'd .11 Keii.uillun yoaU'day W. Indians Questioned B.C. Rqjeoto In Dnifi Probe Federatkm Seun'h For Mitfiitg Fretghter Badted %  With bopa all but i i tl %  rrel hf I H %  %  I iiu'i.1 for IS < l Mien, who now have bo n . % %  forth%  limited baalg %  -. %  id that I I |Uio inlo the including a partli ular Ii %  %  I 1 %  I %  t r. American Aid Society Sends Gifts Tor St. James Poor in vniiin i LONDON E vi INDIAN'S In Britain have bean qua NVfl ituoountrj %  he must vitul clue y#1 In tin to bmck down the men behind • %  big i i iuin with Indian (1111141 %  f m M.IHI iiuipal mem'n drUI ring (was the pnn-erly ol .1" rker. who 1 was murdered In his lodgings In I ung the murder IUHTM the dlarj hidden in Aku'i %  i %  i •-ith suppUea of 1 Yard called i i ,,ti .mi.'i nil a .. %  .i i %  which n 1 i II < M.isgow and IJvorpool to tr.it e Iba i' %  %  .. lenown (a i long 'I"1 %  "' ,|:p drug Mil I man In%  I i idrugsHut until now, U* %  %  ring Korea Truer MUN Be Blocked *h MI ul •.. John II I !>' %  itIV i|ll %  I 11 I I I I %  t r. i.Kom.ETOWN, B.U.. Jan. 17 THE British Guiana Laj I lative Count ii sftai an all aaj %  i' i %  .. %  on Wednesday slami mi tadar ation with the Waal Ln-dioa, dasptta last minuta amendnfcanti by Huns W Kendall .mil Dr. C. H. JitKan in keep ajar. The original moliuii moved by Dr. J. A. Nicholson asked the Council to accept in principle the proh i BjUOfl and aj'.ieito conaidar in a committee ol .ill MiKillieial membura thai muiiiiiniidiil.iiiis ol I h e Cloeei AaafocJaUon Baporl four votari for. ii aaaJ Jagaii sought to include Dominion %  i moved .HI amendment arhli h (..it UM Mcgaal tight for. eleven aaainat Kandi h th.n novad thai utaCouncil while unwilling in Ihe present < ircum. %  oinmil lit;, t., tl %  %  %  rodori iii.it iiif. eolon* shouio paitinp.ite in ills-us'urns OB !* %  .oiiuii.nd.itii.ie. in the fli.i AsHipnit. Whan divudon w-.s taken on Ihh (or, I lorOf Bombing .\**utrul Zone \UNSAN Korea Ian II Con I. in Allied puuu baifcid %  K song Neutral /one jus; fmm the tnite t.ilk ••. \ iom The acouaatton during Thnr*ilj>'. t,. iiatii [j I iha ii-i eharga thai Allied Ninth K. n %  %  and minting M otheis mi MM day. The I'miimiim-tftl-me-l (hat Allied phnu fl i ai in North-aoal I hi A team ol U.N investigalu beaded b) CM Jamaa C Murraj as ordered lo Kaeaong to i Ink on the lataoi Coan a woni i'uiiiiiiunist i -or respondents .il %  'anmunjom said thai i driven planes were hoard aval UM Hed U 0 IK gnbtng I iu Ovajg OM liroiin.l Until S Wllll, unustiee terms. BparVl %  i • i .ues wh aave daadlockad Iha ... The Aiii.li BrMflni OftVei tll.lt tills..III! I'teluiugt %  u-r• %  i ni p| m %  ii.i' titd abound with ihe %  • i „II. Iteai-Ailtniral H. I Ul •ted the Chine a Co Wan. for whom i" m Wedneedaj when i. lad China will tight t.. tha I any Chinese BoUHen in All hionik finu-i"M lab d lo Chin Nationalist formoaa. Tsai g no dlraet answer. I ii bv acCUMd the Communists of violating the oeneva ceneen tion by falling to imoh ih.-o i>r iaonei ol a u i BIB He au| :,..t..,i iii.ii %  War ill %  Laugh ii %  t have %  and Brill %  %  %  %  usly he %  v .ibou" %  home Ha prai %  %  i %  %  U.K. Troopa Seize Eg} I'liiiti \ illit^;* %  %  lite nnii tl" i %  i L Sacreta I enti QeneroJ i .t \-,\.The debab DL'KlNCt I ,i ts ol n nunJ l>er o( ; iOranqr Hill I %  • %  1 %  Mr. J. if. I Mr* Clarissa H The Society through %  %  %  Hive as gai I I have liked at thin M I I -died that tie in this reduction had people in Jama %  ... %  • I hem at %  in Interioi M II-%  i .., I roUowIni %  %  l 'i 11 t P. %  tt nf th. %  I As o i< %  Canu : iddre$$e* Finance Wniaiern futo Those who I %  %  i %  %  FARMER. Captain of the Barbados tsam playing against Jamaica %  ompl't*. his century by pulling Scarlett to the square leg boundary yastardaj at KanMngtoo. At tfco cod of play Fanner iu 125 not oat. Floating Reci-rd Broken %  | I gentina's Anton, i \ t r % % %  %  '•'• %  %  1 No K.i I" seilately. Init BM BUJOI %  %  i p i Dflfdan %  mendmenl ..( immoiulilV W. J Raatgever. leader of the ntlPedernllonlsta said he met I ...i political leadei their friendships, hut • i not aolve UM %  • %  f i!<; IK.. Would Be lh.U.u.. i,. .ii Weal Ind in b) be aald, .-.upled with TO S : i jam iica'i votti %  ry In uncovering th. Ol ring' RMreUh ishinds would be some%  :,-.. %  ind Uu II ili-UK p'dl;irs who and dlv. ... .sure* of self-Govi hi —B.I f • '•" Pie W.I. vs. VICTORIA VUtorU wrrr 71 IUIK ilh nut hut*, tl him h lllllr lii d.tt in. insi da> i thr rotate mateh II.M. .. thr \\. • I dim and Victoria at Mel baawtaa 0 M<-imiaid waa Ii and Thomsen 3t. The in .1 match lud rnih d in m draw. Mr WINSTON (IIIRllllll Churchill ileM-nbcd the proposed %  as, a "stataamanUhc coDoepUon." Dlseuaaiii.. in Egypt Churcl ill %  tj in. malntainini Iba .. ii kaoajer thai of B l K llaae M| Kffori Britain^ I., defend v. With law out-U %  I aowld >•' thai Bril i nol dotni %  Th.n Churchill U.N. drH %  I i t.f tinintil other ways %  rotu i I _, %  %  I %  i %  : I off from their supj I Law} /• Clerk rrMstod %  Russia Intervenes In Kashmir Dispute PARIS. Jan. 17. Sovlel Russia In l ei first major Intervention In the Kaahmii edbefoi tl United Nations Security < .•,.[,crialisi. ivrii a militaryspringboard aKnaiI ; .. %  t Chu Rusal:. 1 J %  elections and blasted I Britain.' 1 i -. %  %  %  altttuda towards M. R %  %  %  %  . %  %  %  %  FaateSl ol I'eiiiiuins, 0 % %  BB0I ''' may be t %  A .i diat-'.hi il Anslo-ABaarkan Plan to turn Al srould be %  %  Ha %  Jebb sugg'-sted that < lo %  %  %  Jebb's "fantasy of the \ 1 I i -%  tacta J.re true ana unl .t Gros. .irgao as "fantajh did not merit reply President. 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I'M.I IUII UMtilAIMlS \n\il< ui: CaJiib galling ) Kll> \ S J \M AKY 18. 1K2 Kthefinc Ihuiliam "Lion Addict" Dies In Kenya ml-* London Aguin A DMIRAL Su Dudley dc Chan and Lad? de Chair arc expected lo arrive ham England this monilns 03 UM (MflU. SiDudley who iMl uti. M. L. Sk ; be wt educate,) :.l II H He wi i %  and among his appomv i ing hii 45 veal Ni.v.il Attache lo I'nKed Slates of N and S. America (1M2). Commanded II.MS Bacchante. Cochrana and Colossus < 1005—12). Assistant Controller of the Navy (1810—12). Nnval Secretary tr the Firit Lord 0* Hag Admiralty (1913—14), Naval Adviser to Foreign Office (lduV—17). Comrranded 10th Cruiser Squadron < organ.*.*, I Northern Blodndi (1014—16); 3rd Battle Squadron during the War (1817—10), President Inter allied Commission Worships (1021—2S|. I alro a former Cnvcrnn! of New South Wales. Australia. Th-v will ho n*M % %  M" Ski-wrs-Tox M Me* Cm left last niirht fas) II MS St-~f\rid nn a Ian-day visit 1i Grenada. Will Vilil Bnrb.dc. L ORD ROWALUAN, Chief will visit I He will begin his Caribbean lour at the end of from Canada t< Ik'rmuda on January 31st. |{ London via Montren) on April 10. Accompanying him on his Caribbean tour will I*U. Cormlr. B. P. Malllnson, Field Commissioner for West Hiding of Yorkshire. Since beeominK Chut Snmi, Lord lU.wcIiaii h ll nearly 120.000 miles in the Commonwealth. Married In Jamaica M ISS ISAMM. LENAGAN. daughter of Major and Mr*. Denis Lenagan of "Dona Zoylo." Golf Club Road, was I Kingston, Jamaica this week lo Mr. Rih,tr,| Hughes "Dick" Riddler son of Capt. R. H Ruldler of Cornwall. England. The ceremony fsj | by the Rev. Fr. Francis Hageitv of the Holy Cross Church King* %  ton Mr. Riddler is the Jamaica representative of the Dunlop Rubber Company. Major and Mrs. Lenagan flow to Jamaica last week to be present at the ceremony. POCKET CARTOON 0, own HI I \N< K5TBM M Tui Hi Old Lodge Boy R. HAROLD MENDES, son f Mrs HUd Mcndes of lau Back To B.G. M R OK] I of Barclays Hank. QtarmH rnad to B.G Bflai Ji-ng leave in Engliili i. <; %  <.rge who tin* many friands in Baruadov • tnroui:.. here a few days ago. etlng with %  B.W.I.A. plane in Trinidad he returned t. BG on the same plane wi'.h Mi CaiMM domes, -i '.r, ,,| \; <-ns Ltd.. I'ort-of-Spain. Mr. (Inmcs use-1 to ho with Messrs. William Foji"rty Ltd.. and at one time was Ma Honed at their branch in li,.iUdos. Popular Day M ISS JOAN DF. SILVA who v. i'.il Diirbndiis in November. ISM) as a member of the Trinidad ladies water polo team %  anted In Tumdad next month (February Bin) lo Mr. Paul ... Verteuil. son ot Mr* CaretoM da Verteuil and (he late Mr. Koliert de Verteuil of Trinidad Ft-l.iuary 0th seems to be a P O p Hl a r diiy for weddings for there are three weddings schedule! lo take place here on that day; Mr. H. L. "Bart" Toppln, son of Mr and Mrs L. L. Toppin of Ballevllla U to be married to Miss Belly M.,yiT-. daughter of Mv. and Mrs, R, H. Mayers, at St, Ambrose Anglican Church; Mr. 11*0 %  • Mlsg Norma ( lark,. dniiKhter of Mr. and Mrs T A. D. Clarke nt St. Michaels (..ithedmi; Mr. Harry Sebrlgh:. -on of Mr. and Mrs. Edward sebnght of "Merrington" Rockley to Miss Gloria Croney, daughter of Mr and Hi.i. M. R. Croney of Bnrtlca". Rockley, at St. Matthias Church. Golf Exhibiticn 1 he Canadian golf ting as wlni %  a golf ex liar and for all oral. Mr w.... profession.il at the Hoyal Ottuw.i Golf Club and Ml only Is he one of the best fena golf in Canada. hut he won the I Of the C"JPtofeailoiial t. ocsatlon ba IBM gnd. in nsmiai up last year. Tomorrow afternoon is the final rnatsk •>< UM poM tournament Barbados and Tr.nid.. I. %  is to be a dinner party at the H %  whom return to TUB Sunday. Three Dayt M R. and Mr< V-.noii Knlgtit Id on a three day visit returned yester%  Messrs. DaCosla and ( Sales Dap 1 %  \ A I here. CMM union for theii lo attend a [h*rty frv* by Pan The South AnnDW, which includes the West Indiaa. held a Sales Contest in October and November last year and the Trinidad office won .' selling the moat tickets. On Holiday S PENDING %  ,hort holiday in i' %  Vr,i-i Ilookkoepcr of Messn. Farkra and s, ..i si. John'-. Antigua who amved h< Ibv II W.I A Al-i •iwnding a holiday heiv U Miss Verdun S I .iKe. af Dominica. She arrive) here o n Tuesday far* the M. V. %  nd W.II be %  \: lo Barbados, but n la the second Inne fur All^ Benhou ,• who was two week' l>"th stayingtrH Ycarwood ol M i Leaving To-dny M R. AND MRfl M DATE wtlO : I are due to return to Trii B W I V DuruiK their stay they were |U> I Royal %  in this area. LONDON. %  • i uano-s %  %  r great tnuni|.-t. %  ^enuiv ap p earance at the ( u. atre, London. alias Dunham* previous si %  d %  ntirwly ^, B/l : Indi.in Mk an l>ut she has collected throughout the Americas, from I Ueagaj (.Where ati^ wag (•orn). and the present prugiai lme Iron tne %  I Indies, "Shang-/-, imported direct from Trinidad. The show is a mixture of dance, mate and folk-lore and ihind it all there is an unmikUkeI %  of authenticity. Mia* ihinham. a Master of Arts, a ciuntlst and an explorer, has gone to great pains to OBBBM authentic inaterutl and, as one critic says, Through sheer genius, she hat Mo a show as fast, colDOrfad IBd exhUaratlng as anytUni we are likely t *ee in ihe iii.it11." F.vcry theatrical trick of the producer's and stage dirtt spcctive arts Is used in the presentation of the programme. HeeaJ are two typical comments by Lon' don newspaper 1 1 The 'Paper* Say The Tlaaaa: "Miss Dunham bases her considerable art upon an exla herself Ihe mainspring of the anoit hi I fOtag is weal. I not exceptional. But she artm with a wonderful command of her body from toes to eye-ball* and aaa BSBBBI %  • drama out of the slenderest material." The Dally ExBeeaa: "Her d make others look bloodless and cold. The stage heaves with barbarous tattoos imported direct from Trinidad nnd Cuha. A blond sacrifice icop ied [rom primitive ritea In the forest swampa of Martinique. Amid the InK-boncd Kalherine D u u r lopea witli toroerMSl race. great mouth is avid tot '•'* A^ jungle drumi drive her naked leet Old furies are released. Thle i iha opured i---'pie."—B.i'.p, until full> -'XJN %  %  I anikept them _. K*M died at Nakuru. Kenya, They lived i n hu house and garden near Nairobi quite uncon-. %  S H Cleland Seett Ho flned. and used to nt at table with Br*| came to the colony at the him for their meals. iAfrican H,. never had a -angle mishap' %  ia professional win ,rrown "rats." | < xplained the stranr fmmacv between man and beat by own description of himself aaj ig animals. Ht$ favourites a 'Lion addict. Ther HARD FAST and BEAUTIFUL Ml >MiUI — %  m a 1 %  t %  WD iki-liis i Ttw Hooerrai HOT*HOTS a rsMKir sot sa-i r Ckarkn STAajUSTT. tsaUn ai'aNETT %  1MI>. I.! S*T IMli PLAZA OISTIN IH.I Hill C4IH VSuS %  ' IHIIIHI.. aiTTXR ^ t SI ."iK V) WAKFI o Kieia !.. i n JANETTA DRESS SHOP Lower Broad Street DRESSES for every occasion. Nylon Lingerie l1 '"^ %  %  '! %  %  25 Lovvlv OJrasWl *nd Design Strapless Bras al 3.0f Black and While Skies 3? la 30 EMPIRE Oil MM. TO-DAY AT 2.30 A 010 PM. AND CONTINUING DAILY 4.45 A 8.34) PM. ITo get awjay from the cares of the home and the cares of the day SEE A MOVIE JJKE THIS "' K\w v Groetingo etc. M. i taaeh in Trimdiid .ifier -meefully rumpieimK ii Bva yeoi couroi aineerlng with Meisis. Thoma* Fletcher and Sons, sugar machlneiy mariufacturan of Blrmlaariarn, Harold is %  (orTasW student llge S.h.l. Si j.ihn. T WO St. Lucia ladies ailll|l< on Prtnea Wmiam Ronry MK. i v.sterday morning for ow f'rsl tune HI many years wero overheard greeting one another "God bless my soul, look amo) my ryes COB bOssOld." Her Mend replied. "God bless niv i look what I am m Short Visit M M. GEOHGE DK NOBRICA. Mrnaging Director of the Barbados Telephon. Co U who has been in Bar'.. Tuesday on a nhorl vltll %  H W.I A. Talking Point r;i.ii Deoj Or ill" |>aiii IIIMI orleve enrh oilier w>rh ttf beel KHU nh — Ait i y week and hi cording to colour. Sieily. which %  for many cenluiu-. ha%  aUxtura of races and cun provui. anyitiin.' from hlondu locks from cendants of the Norman .III.UH i to raven curls fiom Ihe de>Oattdanta of the Saracen.s. All aji sorted, washed, Ironed, given chemical baths to en.sure lOQg life, combed and combed %  gain, lied up m bVBOssM and ftadod according lo length, colour and quality. The I for oajport Buyen como from all over aWOpO bul the great' 'i ..I tht I] goes to Britain even though "Ingluh l.u.ls" M B.B.C. Radio Progruniiiic Rupert and the Pine Ogre—li FRIDAY. JANIV N.w till lo p i n l.SS—MS tm IIH 4 M p I" Tlie NtWS, 4 I" p in Tl..D-.lv Srrvicr. || p m Profn TtThlid Plusra.oiitr. 4 4S pi Kif-iiiw. I Oo |i Wnk. • III p m. burner. CncSC*. • OS orn fttSRhanl N %  m Havs A OO. • *i ii m Spuil* H.i.id Up. T M p m Th N... 7 10 p i'i NeAmlii. 1 M [i %  ii e;.v w i %  vu lo-.i and H laatSfl D %  1.|V-( p.. ,| tim M l< T U p m CUienra Wright Ott" Out Tt w— O M Hi"M< S II p m RMI %  lull Haaaunr. >w pm rrocn inPruntsnaato. CtweseU, lo f* p m xtw Nrwii. IS I II II p m The Hu%  ( p in Fn>t" Ti % %  i %  VVol Indian Table Ialk By LOMHIMK IXJNDON. Jan. 11. Back to the West Indies next Q Huggins. formii. %  Biffl I Blaisd he once go\ernel tO rrundad in inspect Ihe workings of the Trinidad it Company of winch he is a director. He exputs to ba IWH <"iabout two i .i nulf montlis during which • •' btt v. ,11 ..! -I rWI ihe llahamas. pjvtMKt nV I iiuughter 1 Continuing R.liel During Sir John's all Huirlcaoo RalM Itend, with Iti headquarters at Ihe W. % %  I la ("inmittee building in Norfolk Bttoag, will fiftitlitiw to opg4 df. i raping m dally, altiwugta the Bow ll i -itur.illy not so heavy prban the hind v... Brat started. Mr. A. E. V. Barton. West India Committee Secretary, wfll a Sir J *ence. On the latieirri.nn Die R d] be takeii wh'ii t<. II the Fund. B1M From Slu.lenls arrgen prervont earlier closing of i %  British Council ftc.Mdence and cii.-ni.il BttPsloea Ceatn 01 ffan The 1 heque was handed to Sir John nt the Student Centre OB Sunday. l*dy HUSK in* was also present. Hoard Change* to hear board changes .amount ed ,-•, u| Ivi'.lsh firm with big British Guiana con1 hoar that ta 1 lime this company are to appoint i.-nt he i< Chairman. The new Chairman i to undertake I wi •; % % %  ic. M„ M %  hifcare. A photograph or froghopper hn BO' paared Oral week In Th* risa-.. Th* photograph wai taken. I UBH] estate.p) longer %  %  e ol (spraying leehi STorfcers are CROSSWORD m %  m PKta OF rmte MTMBtG-n/HF SPOXTS MCKtTf HARD, FASTI i BEAUTIFUL! .IDA LUPINOri::CLAIRE TREVOR-SALLY FORREST VOW SHOWING 2.30,4.45& ,s..(;. -.. •imliuntimiinn U\ll.\ 1.13 8.30 p.m. PI \/ l-l".. Iil/ll Mm i >AM uon aorra notr ••#•;#• lOf'ff I.1FK" %  HIN. I m*M If H MM • feKM H H IllHiI tfevnia. PI„.H^ k IHW. • DM WM b Dxlra Short : MUVIk mil' ROYAL TO-DAY ONLY, S.OO A 0.1a P.M. WILLIAM EYTI1E GEORGE REEVES In: "SPECIAL AGENT" The -i..i of the Most llarlng Train Robbery since Jrs*e Jan A TRAINlaaal If TO-MORROU AMI SINDAY. 5.00 St 8.15 P M. I' 'i ..:n..um Prcseols . HAY MILLAND — HEDY LAMARR la: "COPPER CANYON Mightiest of all \\..l.rn Adventures la rolar by Teehaieolnr It's a new experience in Entertainment Parked with Spectacle . Drama and Action Extra : Z-Beel Short i (il I I i.i QUKEN" OLYMPIC OVI NING TO l\\. Liiai 15 AND CONTINUING DAILY Hooding the Screen u ilh Heroic Xdvenlure . Savage X.lioo Ciumgunl PreseaU "WARPATH" i Sl.iMiiid : Edmond O'Riieti. Harrj Coras/, jr.. Polly Bergen See the Savaiv Slaax in Biasing Action Extra: 2 Reel Short TSI.E OF TAB?.'" tastier snacks Colmans Mustard T IOARA.V iro.M HOW OPENING TO-DAY. 4.15 A ".15 AND CONTINMNG DAILY rspfOsBMaasI I'rrvnU . JOHN PAYNi; OENNIS O'KEEFE Ruprrt II M^roVd. "How ean you do such things ?" he aiki. "Who snt you?" "They all m ths Pin. Ogw." MV th* other •ssnbnly. I m th Lord Sapan. SJ*n< I m U M hive. ari hai ii M hlem ai j%  cj I luvc dapstasiBtd thai Nu.< l ; ora Juli be raiiK. Ii. Iran .1 ilie jltd in their til %  K-ow ^l |-l aSd imdw ot tliem." "But you ci he tin My tad dritird -'V %  ps 36" FLOWERED SILK at $1.59 per yd. 36" FLOWERED ART SILK at $1.07 per yd. 36" SEERSUCKER at $1.95 per yd. Also Fine Range ol Children's nd Lndies' Shoes in all SOM T. R. EVANS & WHITFIELDS YOUR SHOE STORES Dial 4220 Dial 4606 'I I' r K T l 1 .' I 1 1 1 \i • ia ' | %  .-' i MU"'cii ttunrumrn!. Ii) A. '.J; .i*t.re lo a good BO*. >*> Nn I nn see bectunliig old. Hi Mad i MB i i U4 i nad Isl %  aab^eln n I osasror R* Cti nurml ui cuoiuivte iMiiiw. Id i> doctor 7 UI lie start ol IS. IS) •nan left, m % %  s.K. a<- sc.i iil.nisn. I i. "HIGH VENTURE" III Color h> I. In.i. ,.l,,r WITH Arlccn WIIELAN FYiink FAYLIN ACTION THRILLS . ADVENTI'KK tKlrt : 2 K, Short -RAGGEDY ANN" '• sssla as agent T t) Doon ; lagrJirwE-sa. a ia*d_D_iiioios. ill PBPH Somit birds mags WIT I berry, cat f trus rlcnaa. tO> • i dean upset In a steamer. BBpBtafl T rsrusai. it I i>JT. with %  iBi ml' %  %  CLOBE "•* *I OH Ml %  %  I OMIICINO TO DAY EIIHt AMD CONTI JUIHO DAILY a %  > % %  C1V£ YOU THAT RADIANT LOOK Refresh and renew your charm in an hour's I il treatment. Boolyour appointment now with Miss Arden's representative who will : Irom January 21st at our New Treatment Salon at No. 33 BROAD STREET KNIGHTS' LTD. JOlHxer lIGHT srr.ciAl. VATinn TO MORROW OHXY AT 1 ll. a MTDKIORTT ia* inns camrAis DAVA AlfDRRWB oixm nstKEY — aaa IKPSII %  %  Ml *4 %  I SVC DIOK HAMxa jtrrn Yoo Pnaao: roa amaa r* . IM ia, aa— u ADOLTR Tn ID. HoaM IB. aS— 21 Comma Ww OCOROB SA!DRR MAYWARD — IB — p i %  MI is ran taw MIIOIISOI


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Title: The Barbados advocate
Uniform Title: Barbados advocate (Bridgetown, Barbados : 1983)
Portion of title: Sunday advocate
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Language: English
Publisher: Advocate Co.
Place of Publication: Bridgetown Barbados
Bridgetown, Barbados
Publication Date: Friday, January 18, 1952
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B'DOS BATSMEN PUT HJP 353-2 IN ONE DAY
Smith, Farmer Hit Centuries
In Run-getting Feast
< i mi in siiu i
(By O. S. COPIMN)
BARBADOS BAT U ,,| ihe bowl-
ers of the visit! .,; eondl-
..
Dm i penad at Ktnsi

A * l 'me thin defect in ihe
i-nce but ..,;ii lh . | lo it n.tto. who straight w..y
' "* ho rl-square lev to
removed prcseod
Jamaican attack looki-
r*odrid^r I'nimpxssiM arty, Runte
Fan* hail expected murh treeo neat ovei
pace bowler Ooodtidt.
". im| p
our* when tl.. .Si,, length hut
; I tutlv vent tin
ad but he prod
up tn now has not
The tori
,j a year ago.
The Jamaican Bald I" '*l Change McCulli h

bowling of Goodridge and Scar-Ih :1J>niy
From Ml ','u.nt <
The Judge And
The Alsalian
In a New Y
.
I
i j( th."

i..ii oily (or tnoci i
doubt in n
honour.
M UJ

lett but ICudU MlUei .11 a -- front Goodridea
i>ei Arthur Bonttia Goodndgc m
orthodox Held* to their own mot Jmprr
bowline.

series ul i v
includin. I
in private plane?.. |
_, up imie paea and nevei bad the ',|lrt ' w.....
1 wo ( en tune*.
Canu. knit duly pei- and living .
man, playing his !li>t I .i%| M.m.IN: Okayed hy F
tournament at Krnain^on scored rlninvd (ho wlckot i ; H
' "aSE^atiiS IU"k ,J he 'a,,nod rvloly at a short,-!
Skipper Farmer who was 124 ,,nc ,, r,w hnriilv DuUdde the s".....
not out played a useful Innli lump. Hunt*
not alWayi alOgant DUl ..... ., lllratlQn ,__._ .a Zeitung at-..
*tth some.powerful and wo] ,.,,., ,,,,. rurmance r l-rt. |
timed strokes, liunte who is the! NEW yoRK: Roaall
pthffj l-.it-.man with 78 not out Not Included Be* of the girl*'
to his ci-edit was unwunlcdU ,. >t |o |c|u,il team at New V
.trained. lie has tightened up , ,hlB toleraocaj and next wr CflOaaat, feel* hurl Th,
1 alWB* com"Jfroui Miller he lifted aa iiiswiiigcr irto-ooly I
off his pad to the deep squ." >nal last .nitumn. arben
I rm row, then on drove admlttad 220 nn
blah of BonlUo al Mini Hut now. tempi
.
. acutive brwed lo we 1 lae 1 1
iver changed his Mold bringing 'hmv satin unlfOl
rver thi- and uatni Up" Itohata, while her gitl
:urtabli
In the face ol th.s .scoring the
Jamaican fielding never flagged
nd Iher.- u,
ic.iched the stag* ol i
Ourmii>
tioodndge who bowled BlK
rron the .
a curious held. He h.id but three
men m liont the batsman and
. mldoii 0
coverpoint and I
But behind th*
had a widish line leg. deep line
leg. third man. three slip* and a
gully It
when he was playi
of bun i'ii the Am tbna
.. run two
pnd if the stroke wan not in the
.< ik'Jrnaiv* un* Uie
hall would have reached the

no reason why there should not!
ban bain full Sedsed midon'
and imdniT.
1 tuna over;
getting thi- hang of hi- run-up to
r I

On The S|.t
m the pavilion
it "lie-' nil thi l
ing Taylor on U
:' ...
Uinplu- Cote/ Jordan was no*
jn nd nopal
1 Ii aica playeis and
some ol Hi" more sympathetic
Barbadian crowd He said "not
. ul.'
Miller's
.'hough
-1 hi* body beau-
I


The ball took the edge and Saun-
R a smart low catch to
dismiss him for a am
\
had come hi o

.1 futile chase by
"
ir Which lay only in '. h
exe ctoa it afforded him.
! ruM] the effect of
1 on the off atda
Xnnther Boundary
'his did not j.tiia/1 ,u un-
another Smith boundary how*
1 '.1 O, th.
writer Rosi,. m the ol '
NEW YORK I
Paying that tin i i
plckad the praaidenUal vacr
1 this one having been driven his first talk with I
1 B Dm pad wide of mid-1
for four.
U the signal fur DMthUJ
out mon- iiunishniciu to Miller,
iiuute lurnod bia down to deep
' ip BO hi -it! hour
on pace S
JAMAICANS
UNFAMILIAR
UpKtatom from the Km
dngton stand who went to
wltnf*< tae Barbftdo* Jamni
< InUrcolonlal match which
yesUrday. hve
bo on ompl.ilnlng that they
cannot follow the erickat a
well a* they conld winh lie-
cmi*c thry arc not sc-iualnt.-d
with thr Jamaican rrlcketar*
Yeiteiilsy *hen the Jamal
cans were In the Held, most
spectator) did not know who
was the particular fieldsman
who Dcldcil or caught the ball.
"I wss writing a short sum-
mary of the gajae," a cflckat
nthtuiast told ta* 'Advocate-,
"and I had to write. Taylor,
caught second slip.
"There should ba aaaw
maans of letting the people
know the fieldsmen."
ill In
;
>nvince him thai
the same boat.
NEW YORK
'
rtad .....m
dollnrs. Now thi
poal back to In i born
wan,
t 1,018 dollars into II,
ChurchilJ Wauls
-Steel Not Gold"
WASH 1"
PRIME mNISTCR W ton Church!
niundi) !"' "i"'.
c Icail
Mlh*"nipr
\-Mi, .-.mi. .111
the Tt-ytT-cU British Co
(am Iba Ihra I * -s
hateful .1- Hitler. '
1 Bui In wtd Ampriviin rewnna-
1. < 1 ' "'"'
Kids Aeeme I V
0. BMITU go". dwn on one baoo itnd ctWOIil lt.il>(toH ana Ji
1 to make 140
Bonlllo lo Uio Ion uouitdaiy to bnng hi. m
il.n winch oooni'd .11 Keii.uillun yoaU'day
W. Indians Questioned B.C. Rqjeoto
In Dnifi Probe Federatkm
Seun'h For Mitfiitg
Fretghter Badted

With bopa all but i
i
tl rrel hf
I H

I iiu'i.1 for IS < l
Mien, who now have bo n
. .! .
forth-

limited baalg

-.id that I
I |Uio inlo the
including a partli ular Ii .
I .
1
I

t r.
American Aid Society Sends
Gifts Tor St. James Poor
in vniiin i
LONDON
. E vi INDIAN'S In Britain have bean qua
NVfl itu- oountrj
he must vitul clue y#1 In tin
. to bmck down the men behind big
i i iuin with Indian (1111141

.....f m
m.i- hi iiuipal mem-
'n drUI ring
(was the pnn-erly ol .1"
rker. who
1 was murdered In his lodgings In
I
ung the murder
IuhtM the dlarj hidden in Aku'i
i i -ith suppUea of
1
. Yard called i i
,,ti .mi.'i nil a .. .i i
which n
1 i ii < M.isgow and
IJvorpool to tr.it e Iba i' '
.. lenown (a i
long 'I"-1 "' ,|:p
drug Mil I man In-

I
i i- drugs-
Hut until now, U*

ring
Korea Truer
Mun Be
Blocked
*h mi ul
.. John
II
I !>'
itIV i|ll
I 11
I I I .
I

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i.Kom.ETOWN, B.U..
Jan. 17
THE British Guiana Laj I
lative Count ii sftai an all aaj
i' i..- on Wednesday slam-
i mi tadar
ation with the Waal Ln-dioa,
dasptta last minuta amend-
nfcanti by Huns W Kendall
.mil Dr. C. H. JitKan in keep
ajar. The original
moliuii moved by Dr. J. A.
Nicholson asked the Council
to accept in principle the pro-
h i BjUOfl and aj'.iei- to
conaidar in a committee ol
.ill MiKillieial membura thai
muiiiiiniidiil.iiiis ol I h e
Cloeei AaafocJaUon Baporl
four votari for. ii aaaJ
Jagaii sought to include Dominion
i moved .hi amendment
arhli h (..it Um Mcgaal .
tight for. eleven aaainat Kandi h
th.n novad thai utaCouncil while
unwilling in Ihe present < ircum-
. oinmil lit;, t., tl.....
rodori
iii.it iiif. eolon* shouio
paitinp.ite in ills-us'urns OB !*
.oiiuii.nd.itii.ie. in the fli.i As-
Hipnit.
Whan divudon w-.s taken on Ihh
(or, I lor-
Of Bombing
.\**utrul Zone
\unsan Korea Ian II
Con......I.
in Allied puuu baifcid K
song Neutral /one jus;
fmm the tnite t.ilk . \
iom The acouaatton
during Thnr*ilj>'.
t,. iiatii [j
I iha ii- -i
eharga thai Allied ,
Ninth K. n

and minting M otheis mi Mm .
day. The I'miimiim-t-
ftl-me-l (hat Allied phnu fl i
ai in North-aoal I hi
A team ol U.N investigalu
beaded b) CM Jamaa C Murraj
as ordered lo Kaeaong to i In- k
on the lataoi Coanawoni
i'uiiiiiiunist i -or respondents .il
'anmunjom said thai i
driven planes were hoard
aval UM Hed U
0
Ik gnbtng
I.....iu Ovajg OM liroiin.l
Until S Wllll,
unustiee terms. BparVl
i i .ues wh
aave daadlockad Iha
. ...
The Aiii.li BrMflni OftVei
tll.lt til-
ls..III! I'teluiugt
u-r i ni p| m -
ii.i' titd abound with ihe
i ii.
Iteai-Ailtniral H. I Ul
ted the Chine a Co
Wan. for whom i"
m Wedneedaj when i.
lad China will tight t.. tha .
I any Chinese BoUHen in All
hionik fin- u-i"M lab d lo Chin
Nationalist formoaa. Tsai g
no dlraet answer.
I ii bv acCUMd the Communists
of violating the oeneva ceneen
tion by falling to imoh ih.-o
i>r iaonei ol a u i bib He au|
:,..t..,i iii.ii

War ill

Laugh ii .

t have

and Brill



usly he

v .ibou"

home Ha prai
-
i

U.K. Troopa Seize
Eg} I'liiiti \ illit^;*

lite nnii tl"
i i
L Sacreta I
enti QeneroJ
i .t \-,\.- The debab

DL'KlNCt I
,i ts ol n nun-
J l>er o( ';
iOranqr Hill I


1

Mr. J. if. I
Mr* Clarissa H
The Society through

Hive as gai I I
have liked at thin m i
I -died that tie
in
this reduction had
people in Jama
...
.
I
hem at

. in Interioi MII--
i
.., I '
roUowIni


l
'i
11
t P.

. tt nf th.

I As o i<

Canu : iddre$$e*
Finance Wniaiern

futo

Those who
I

i

FARMER. Captain of the Barbados tsam playing against Jamaica
ompl't*. his century by pulling Scarlett to the square leg boundary
yastardaj at KanMngtoo. At tfco cod of play Fanner iu 125 not oat.
Floating Reci-rd Broken
| .
I
gentina's Anton, i \
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1

No
K.i
I"
seilately. Init BM BUJOI

i p i Dflfdan
mendmenl
..( immoiulilV W. J
Raatgever. leader of the ntl-
Pedernllonlsta said he met
I ...i political leadei
their friendships, hut
i not aolve Um
f i!<;
IK.. Would Be lh.U.u..
i,. .ii Weal Ind in
b) be aald, .-.upled with TO
S: i jam iica'i votti .
ry In uncovering th. Ol
ring' RMreUh ishinds would be some-
:,-.. ind Uu
II
ili-UK p'dl;irs who
and dlv. ...
. .sure* of self-Gov-
i hi
B.I f '" Pie *
W.I. vs. VICTORIA
VUtorU wrrr 71 iuik ilh
nut hut*, tl him h lllllr lii d.tt
in. insi da> i thr rotate
mateh I- I.M. .. thr \\. I
dim and Victoria at Mel
baawtaa 0 M<-imiaid waa Ii
and Thomsen 3t.
The in .1 match lud rnih d
in m draw.
Mr WINSTON (IIIRllllll
Churchill ileM-nbcd the proposed

as, a "stataamanUhc coDoepUon."
Dlseuaaiii..
in Egypt Churcl ill '
, tj in. malntainini Iba
.. ii
. kaoajer
thai of B
l K llaae M| Kffori
Britain^
I., defend v. With
law out-U I
aowld >'
thai Bril......i nol dotni

Th.n Churchill '
U.N. d-
rH
I
i t.f tin-
intil other ways

rotu i......I _,

.
I
i : .
I.....
off from their supj
-
I
Law} / Clerk
* rrMstod

Russia Intervenes
In Kashmir Dispute
PARIS. Jan. 17.
Sovlel Russia In l ei first major Intervention In the Kaahmii
edbefoi tl United Nations Security <
.,.[,crialisi. ivrii
a military- springboard aKnaiI
; .. t Chu
Rusal:.1. J


-
elections and blasted I
Britain.'1
i -.
'
altttuda towards m. R



'
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FaateSl ol I'eiiiiuins,
0 BB0I '''
may be t
A .i diat-'.hi il
Anslo-ABaarkan Plan to turn
Al
srould be


Ha
Jebb sugg'-sted that < lo


Jebb's "fantasy of the
\ 1 I i --
tacta J.re true ana un-
l .t Gros.
.irgao as "fantaj-
h did not merit reply
President. Jean

baa Sat 10 to
nal problem,' |it v
U)hjWSWA ynu -
(fajianqsi ti (pahtij
Dinner. Luncheon, Birthday, Wedding,
or for your own quiet enjoyment at home
K. W. V.
can add to that enjoyment, as
K.W.V. Wines
are Quality Wines,
popular throughout Great Britain, Canada,
New Zealand, Sweden and many other
Countries ot the World, including the
British West Indies
And in these burdensome days of HIGH
C08T OF LIVING K.W.V comes to your
rescue also. \
K.W.V Wines COST much less than
Foreign Wines of France, Spain, and
Portugal because K W.V. Wines are
admitted into the Colony under the
British Preferential T
K.W.V. Paarl Tawny, K.W.V Coronation Wine,
K.W.V Sweet Vermouth, K.W.V. Dry Ver
mouth, K.W.V. SPARKLING WHITE WINE,
KWV. SHERRIES.


I'M.I IUii
UMtilAIMlS \n\il< ui:
CaJiib galling
) Kll> \ S J \M AKY 18. 1K2
Kthefinc Ihuiliam "Lion Addict" Dies In Kenya
ml-* London Aguin
ADMIRAL Su Dudley dc Chan
and Lad? de Chair arc ex-
pected lo arrive ham England
this monilns 03 Um (MflU. Si-
Dudley who i- Ml uti.
M. L. Sk Staff Offlm. I
bought j noun
coast and |
n Barbados.
Sir Dw
carc*r began in 18714
rntrred i> ; be wt
educate,) :.l II H -
He wi i
and among his appomv i
ing hii 45 veal
Ni.v.il Attache lo I'nKed Slates of
N and S. America (1M2). Com-
manded II.MS Bacchante. Coch-
rana and Colossus < 100512).
Assistant Controller of the Navy
(181012). Nnval Secretary tr
the Firit Lord 0* Hag Admiralty
(191314), Naval Adviser to
Foreign Office (lduV17). Com-
rranded 10th Cruiser Squadron
< organ.*.*, I Northern Blodndi
(101416); 3rd Battle Squadron
during the War (181710), Pres-
ident Inter allied Commission
Worships (10212S|.
I alro a former Cnvcrnn!
of New South Wales. Australia.
Th-v will ho n*M
M" Ski-wrs-Tox M Me*
Cm left last niirht fas) II MS
St-~f\rid nn a Ian-day visit 1i
Grenada.
Will Vilil Bnrb.dc.
LORD ROWALUAN, Chief
will visit I
He will begin his Caribbean lour
at the end of
from Canada t< Ik'rmuda on
January 31st. |{<- will also visit
Trinidad. St. Vincent, Bt Lin m.
Grenad.i. BrttMB (iui.ina. British
Honduras ihe llah; nu.*. Anttgun
and JasTaiki ivhan bo will attand
UM '..i Cm Ibl can Jauilmn, ,i1
Kingston in March.
He win return t<> London via
Montren) on April 10.
Accompanying him on his Carib-
bean tour will I*- U. Cormlr. B. P.
Malllnson, Field Commissioner for
West Hiding of Yorkshire.
Since beeominK Chut Snmi,
Lord lU.wcIiaii h ll
nearly 120.000 miles in the Com-
monwealth.
Married In Jamaica
MISS ISAMM. LENAGAN.
daughter of Major and Mr*.
Denis Lenagan of "Dona Zoylo."
Golf Club Road, was I
Kingston, Jamaica this week lo
Mr. Rih,tr,| Hughes "Dick" Ridd-
ler son of Capt. R. H Ruldler of
Cornwall. England.
The ceremony fsj |
by the Rev. Fr. Francis Hageitv
of the Holy Cross Church King*
ton
Mr. Riddler is the Jamaica rep-
resentative of the Dunlop Rubber
Company.
Major and Mrs. Lenagan flow
to Jamaica last week to be present
at the ceremony.
POCKET CARTOON
0, own HI I \N< K5TBM
M
Tui
Hi
Old Lodge Boy
R. HAROLD MENDES, son
f Mrs HUd Mcndes of
lau
Back To B.G.
MR OK] I of Bar-
clays Hank. QtarmH
rnad to B.G Bflai
Ji-ng leave in Engliili i.
<;<.rge who tin* many friands in
Baruadov tnroui:..
here a few days ago.
etlng with b.w.i.a.
plane in Trinidad he returned t.
BG on the same plane wi'.h Mi
CaiMM domes, -i '.r, ,,| \;
<-ns Ltd..
I'ort-of-Spain. Mr. (Inmcs use-1
to ho with Messrs. William Foji-
"rty Ltd.. and at one time was
Ma Honed at their branch in li,.i-
Udos.
Popular Day
MISS JOAN DF. SILVA who
v. i'.il Diirbndiis in Novem-
ber. ISM) as a member of the
Trinidad ladies water polo team
anted In Tumdad next
month (February Bin) lo Mr. Paul
... Verteuil. son ot Mr* CaretoM
da Verteuil and (he late Mr.
Koliert de Verteuil of Trinidad
Ft-l.iuary 0th seems to be a
POpHlar diiy for weddings for
there are three weddings schedule!
lo take place here on that day;
Mr. H. L. "Bart" Toppln, son of
Mr and Mrs L. L. Toppin of
Ballevllla U to be married to Miss
Belly M.,yiT-. daughter of Mv.
and Mrs, R, H. Mayers, at St,
Ambrose Anglican Church; Mr.
11*0 Mlsg Norma
( lark,. dniiKhter of Mr. and Mrs
T A. D. Clarke nt St. Michaels
(..ithedmi; Mr. Harry Sebrlgh:.
-on of Mr. and Mrs. Edward
sebnght of "Merrington" Rockley
to Miss Gloria Croney, daughter
of Mr and Hi.i. M. R. Croney of
Bnrtlca". Rockley, at St. Mat-
thias Church.
Golf Exhibiticn
1 he Canadian golf
ting as wln-
i

a golf ex
liar and for all
oral.
Mr w....
profession.il at the Hoyal Ottuw.i
Golf Club and Ml only Is he one
of the best fena
golf in Canada. hut he won the
I Of the C"j-
Ptofeailoiial t.
ocsatlon ba IBM gnd. in nsmiai
up last year.
Tomorrow afternoon is the final
rnatsk >< UM poM tournament
Barbados and Tr.nid.. I.
is to be a dinner
party at the H
'
whom return to TUB
Sunday.
Three Dayt
MR. and Mr< V-.noii Knlgtit
Id on a
three day visit returned yester-

Messrs. DaCosla and (
Sales Dap
1 \ A
I here.
CMM union for theii
lo attend a [h*rty frv* by Pan
The South Ann-
DW, which includes the
West Indiaa. held a Sales Contest
in October and November last
year and the Trinidad office won
.' selling the moat tickets.
On Holiday
SPENDING ,hort holiday in
i'
Vr,i-i Ilookkoepcr of Messn.
Farkra and s, ..i si. John'-.
Antigua who amved h<
I- bv II W.I A
Al-i iwnding a holiday heiv
U Miss Verdun S
I .iKe. af Dominica. She arrive)
here on Tuesday far* the M. V.
nd w.ii be
'
\:
lo Barbados, but n la the second
Inne fur All^ Benhou , who was
two week'
l>"th staying- trH
Ycarwood ol M i
Leaving To-dny
MR. AND MRfl M
DATE wtlO :
I
are due to return to Trii
B W I V DuruiK their
stay they were |U> I
Royal

in this area.
LONDON.

i uano-s

r great tnuni|.-t.
^enuiv
.
appearance at the ( .
u. atre, London.
alias Dunham* previous si
d
ntirwly ^, B/l : Indi.in Mk an
l>ut she has collected
throughout the Americas, from
I Ueagaj (.Where ati^ wag
(orn). and the present prugiai lme
Iron tne
I Indies, "Shang-/-, im-
ported direct from Trinidad.
The show is a mixture of dance,
mate and folk-lore and
ihind it all there is an unmikUke-
I ' of authenticity. Mia*
ihinham. a Master of Arts, a
ciuntlst and an explorer, has gone
to great pains to obbbM authentic
inaterutl and, as one critic says,
Through sheer genius, she hat
Mo a show as fast, col-
DOrfad IBd exhUaratlng as any-
tUni we are likely t *ee in ihe
iii.it11."
F.vcry theatrical trick of the pro-
ducer's and stage dirt- t
spcctive arts Is used in the pre-
sentation of the programme. HeeaJ
are two typical comments by Lon'
don newspaper 11
The 'Paper* Say
The Tlaaaa: "Miss Dunham bases
her considerable art upon an ex-
la herself
Ihe mainspring of the anoit
hi I fOtag is weal. I
not exceptional. But she
artm with a wonderful command
of her body from toes to eye-ball*
and aaa BsBbBI drama out of the
slenderest material."
The Dally ExBeeaa: "Her d
make others look bloodless and
cold. The stage heaves with bar-
barous tattoos imported direct
from Trinidad nnd Cuha. A blond
sacrifice i- copied [rom primitive
ritea In the forest swampa of
Martinique. Amid the
InK-boncd Kalherine D u u r
lopea witli toroerMSl race.
great mouth is avid tot ''* a^
jungle drumi drive her naked leet
Old furies are released.
Thle i iha op-
ured i---'pie."B.i'.p,
until full>
-'XJN

' I ani- kept them _.
k*m died at Nakuru. Kenya, They lived in hu house and gar-
den near Nairobi quite uncon-.
S H Cleland Seett Ho flned. and used to nt at table with '
Br*| came to the colony at the him for their meals.
i- African H,. never had a -angle mishap'
i- a professional win ,rrown "rats." |
< xplained the stranr
fm- macv between man and beat by
' own description of himself aaj
ig animals. Ht$ favourites a 'Lion addict.
Ther
HARD FAST and BEAUTIFUL
Ml >MiUI m a 1 t
WD ik- i-liis i
Ttw Hooerrai hot*hots a
rsMKir sot sa-i r
Ckarkn STAajUSTT.
___________ tsaUn ai'aNETT
1MI>. I.! S*T IMli
PLAZA
OISTIN
IH.I Hill
C4IH VSuS
'' ihiiihi..
aiTTXR ^
t SI ."iK
V) WAKFI .
o Kieia
!.. i n
JANETTA DRESS SHOP
Lower Broad Street
DRESSES
for every occasion.
Nylon Lingerie l1'"^ '!. 25
Lovvlv OJrasWl *nd Design
Strapless Bras
al 3.0f Black and While
Skies 3? la 30
EMPIRE
Oil MM. TO-DAY AT 2.30 A 010 PM. AND
CONTINUING DAILY 4.45 A 8.34) PM.
ITo get awjay from the cares of the
home and the cares of the day
SEE A MOVIE JJKE THIS "'
K\w v
Groetingo etc.
M. i
taaeh in
Trimdiid .ifier -mee- fully rum-
pieimK ii Bva yeoi couroi
aineerlng with Meisis. Thoma*
Fletcher and Sons, sugar machln-
eiy mariufacturan of Blrmlaariarn,
Harold is (orTasW student
llge S.h.l. Si j.ihn.
TWO St. Lucia ladies ailll|l<
on Prtnea Wmiam Ronry
Mk. i v.sterday morning for ow
f'rsl tune hi many years wero
overheard greeting one another
"God bless my soul, look amo)
my ryes COB bOssOld." Her Mend
replied. "God bless niv i
look what I am m
Short Visit
MM. GEOHGE DK NOBRICA.
Mrnaging Director of the
Barbados Telephon. Co U
who has been in Bar'..
Tuesday on a nhorl vltll
.
H W.I A.
Talking Point
r;i.ii Deoj
Or ill" |>aiii iiimI orleve enrh oilier
w>rh ttf beel kHU nh
Ait<-
EXCHANGE IS NO ROBBERY
In Sicily there 1^ BourllhlDB
trade in the production and pre-
paration of hair for wlfll Of 'imn
kinds. The nix Bi
rogpondenl, Chrtalopber Serpell.
told listeners OWInllHln ObOstt this
trade in "Radio Newsreel", re-
marking ihiii the Btl Ilia!
Ihe fond belief that much of their
c.irefuiiy prasarad hair goes to
make up wins om b) I
hsh UM i Ihe Eng-
lish lorxl does not nowadays nor-
m.illy we:.i .i m: " ild Serpell
criously. "nnd Uu vpaeteUy oitfMd
crentlon worn by judites and grenl
officers of State
hair-
The hair for export I
by iierambululinK collector* who
vaneskf up end down this wild and
beautiful lil.'ind Some of them
visit convents when it -< novices are
being admitted to the Order. Inir-
remony all the novices'
hair Is cul off and Die dealers buy
it from the convents ea masse.
Oilier dealers go around the lit-
tle ..ll.-ys of Palermo, and Sicilian
capital, uttering u melodious cry
: DO lilei..l|y translated
us "I buy Ihe hair that f..ll down
urnplcs." Th:
nn ;.ii l,idiefc eonibin^s .
for the men are in aaart
weal women's hair which h known
Ihroiikhout the world, to use the
words of trade, as "of bf]
robust, soft and well coloured."
Their methods of doing business
TO extremely Otsn
Baby Linen
Dealers in very poor quartan
iii offer ., iun.pl.!,. tat of bob*
linen In exchange lor .
uf hair, Ihr theui v hung that the
married woman has no futtlui
need for her greatesl
;,t!r.i always in demand
The hair comes to Ra>
i y week and hi
cording to colour. Sieily. which

for many cenluiu-. ha- aUxtura
of races and cun provui. anyitiin.'
from hlondu locks from
cendants of the Norman .iii.uh i
to raven curls fiom Ihe de>-
Oattdanta of the Saracen.s. All aji
sorted, washed, Ironed, given
chemical baths to en.sure lOQg life,
combed and combed gain, lied up
m bVBOssM and ftadod according
lo length, colour and quality. The
I for oajport Buy-
en como from all over aWOpO bul
the great' 'i ..I tht
I] goes to
Britain even though "Ingluh
l.u.ls" M .
B.B.C. Radio
Progruniiiic
Rupert and the Pine Ogreli
FRIDAY. JANIV
N.w ti-
ll lo p in
l.SSMS tm IIH
4 M p I" Tlie NtWS, 4 I" p in Tl..-
D-.lv Srrvicr. || p m Profn Tt-
Thlid Plusra.oiitr. 4 4S pi
Kif-iiiw. I Oo |i
Wnk. III p m. burner. CncSC*. OS
orn fttSRhanl N
m Havs A Oo. *i ii m Spuil*
H.i.id Up. T M p m Th N... 7 10
p i'i Ne- Amlii. 1 M [i
ii e;.v w i . vu
lo-.i and H laatSfl D
1.|V-( p.. ,| tim M l<
T U p m CUienra Wright Ott" Out
Ttw OM Hi"M< S II p m RMI
.lull Haaaunr. >w pm rrocn in-
Pruntsnaato. CtweseU, lo f* p m xtw
Nrwii. IS I
II II p m The Hu- (
p in Fn>t" Ti i
VVol Indian
Table Ialk
By LOMHIMK
IXJNDON. Jan. 11.
, Back to the West Indies next
Q Huggins. form-
ii. Biffl
I Blaisd he once go\ernel
tO rrundad in inspect
Ihe workings of the Trinidad
it Company
of winch he is a director. He ex-
puts to ba IWH <"i- about two
i .i nulf montlis during which
' btt v. ,11 ..! -I rWI ihe llaha-
mas. pjvtMKt nV I iiuughter
1
Continuing R.liel
During Sir John's all -
Huirlcaoo RalM Itend, with Iti
headquarters at Ihe W. I la
("inmittee building in Norfolk
Bttoag, will fiftitlitiw to opg4 df.
i raping m dally, altiwugta
the Bow ll i -itur.illy not so heavy
prban the hind v... Brat started.
Mr. A. E. V. Barton. West India
Committee Secretary, wfll
a Sir J
*ence. On the latiei- rri.nn Die
R d] be takeii wh'ii t<.
ii the Fund.
B1M From Slu.lenls
arrgen prervont earlier closing of
i
British Council ftc.Mdence and
cii.-ni.il BttPsloea Ceatn 01 ffan
The 1 heque was handed
to Sir John nt the Student Centre
OB Sunday. l*dy Husk in* was
also present.
Hoard Change*
to hear board changes
.amount ed ,-, u- | Ivi'.lsh firm
with big British Guiana con-
1 hoar that ta 1
lime this company are to appoint
i.-nt he i<
Chairman. The new Chairman i
to undertake I
' wi ;. ic. m m hifcare.
A photograph or froghopper
! hn BO- '
paared Oral week In Th* risa-..
Th* photograph wai taken. I UB-
H] estate.p)
longer
e ol
(spraying leehi STorfcers are
CROSSWORD
m
m PKta of rmte
MTMBtG-n/HF
SPOXTS MCKtTf
HARD, FASTI
i beautiful!
.IDA LUPINOri::CLAIRE TREVOR-SALLY FORREST
VOW SHOWING 2.30,4.45& ,s..(;. -..
imliuntimiinn U\ll.\ 1.13 8.30 p.m.
PI \/ l-l".. Iil/ll
Mm i >am uon aorra notr
#;# lOf'ff I.1FK"
HIN. I m*M If H MM feKM H H IllHiI
- tfevnia. Pi.h^ k Ihw. Dm wm b
Dxlra Short : MUVIk mil'..... -
ROYAL
TO-DAY ONLY, S.OO A 0.1a P.M.
WILLIAM EYTI1E GEORGE REEVES
In:
"SPECIAL AGENT"
The -i..i of the Most llarlng Train Robbery since Jrs*e Jan
a train- laaal
If
TO-MORROU AMI SINDAY. 5.00 St 8.15 P M.
I' 'i ..:n..um Prcseols .
HAY MILLAND HEDY LAMARR
la:
"COPPER CANYON
Mightiest of all \\..l.rn Adventures la rolar by Teehaieolnr
It's a new experience in Entertainment
Parked with Spectacle . Drama and Action
Extra : Z-Beel Short i (il I I i.i QUKEN"
OLYMPIC
OVI NING TO l\\. Liiai 15 AND CONTINUING DAILY
Hooding the Screen u ilh Heroic Xdvenlure . Savage X.lioo
Ciumgunl PreseaU .
"WARPATH"
i Sl.iMiiid : Edmond O'Riieti.
Harrj Coras/, jr.. Polly Bergen
See the Savaiv Slaax in Biasing Action
Extra: 2 Reel Short TSI.E OF TAB?.'"
tastier snacks
Colmans Mustard
t ioara.v iro.M
HOW
OPENING TO-DAY. 4.15 A ".15 AND CONTINMNG DAILY
rspfOsBMaasI I'rrvnU . .
JOHN PAYNi;
OENNIS O'KEEFE
Ruprrt ii M^roVd. "How ean
you do such things ?" he aiki.
"Who snt you?" "They all
m ths Pin. Ogw." MV, th* other
ssnbnly. I m th Lord
Sapan. SJ*n< I mUM hive. ari
hai ii m hlem ai j- cj
I luvc dapstasiBtd thai Nu.<
l;ora Juli be raiiK. Ii. Iran .1
ilie jltd in their til -
K-ow ^l |-l aSd
imdw ot tliem." "But you ci
he tin My .
tad dritird
-'V '
ps
36" FLOWERED SILK at $1.59 per yd.
36" FLOWERED ART SILK at $1.07 per yd.
36" SEERSUCKER at $1.95 per yd.
Also Fine Range ol Children's nd Lndies' Shoes in all SOM
T. R. EVANS & WHITFIELDS
YOUR SHOE STORES Dial 4220 Dial 4606
'I I' r K T
l 1
.' I
1 1 1
\i
ia
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.-'
i
MU"'cii ttunrumrn!. Ii)
A. '.j; .i*t.re lo a good BO*. >*>
Nn I nn see bectunliig old. Hi
Mad i mb i i U4 i nad Isl
aab^eln n I osasror r* Cti
nurml ui cuoiuivte iMiiiw. Id
i> doctor 7 UI
lie start ol IS. IS)
nan left, m
s.K. a<- sc.i iil.nisn.
I i.
"HIGH VENTURE"
III Color h> I. In.i. ,.l,,r
WITH
Arlccn WIIELAN FYiink FAYLIN
ACTION THRILLS . ADVENTI'KK
tKlrt : 2 K, Short -RAGGEDY ANN"
'
sssla as agent T t)
Doon
; lagrJirwE-sa.
a ia*d_D_iiioios. ill
pbpH

Somit birds mags wit i
berry, cat
ftrus rlcnaa. tO>
i
dean upset In a steamer.
BBpBtafl
T rsrusai. it I
i>JT. with
iBi
ml'
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* CLOBE "*
*-
I OH Ml I
OMIICINO TO DAY EIIHt
AMD CONTI JUIHO DAILY
a >
C1V YOU THAT RADIANT LOOK
Refresh and renew your charm in an hour's
I il treatment. Bool- your appointment now
with Miss Arden's representative who will :
Irom January 21st at our New Treatment Salon
at No. 33 BROAD STREET
KNIGHTS' LTD.
JOlHxer
lIGHT
srr.ciAl. VATinn
TO MORROW OHXY
AT
1 ll. a MTDKIORTT
ia* inns camrAis
DAVA AlfDRRWB
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I \:\u\\ i\m \is\
KARB.\IK)S &DVCM Ml
i'\(.l linn i:
Liner 'De Grasse9
For W.I. Service
YORK,
The 19,918-tol "' <-ruw has been
switched tn n
Europe and New- York t * tUmMt un
the M
I-ir lh- (..--< lUing from
Le Havre and South
She ^. : :k WfT*
the Wt Indies thla; yea at ihe newly-approveo
telombte .
am- A- D i -
is undorgo.ni: thorough en further racui-
haul. which in
lo Impr-
service in a hotti
i t >n s ths: .!. !..% K
i lim.iL-
i hat
sei, York an pradict-
Hfr j'.:, ;'
u Ih.il or U,i- Cal.ml.l.'
calli at Trinidad. Barbados :.ik1 h Amrltan inavr to !>
Jamaica. Outward bt 0 mils to lira
Europe. .h will rMeh Barba , ._ ,
" ' -lifS v^J.
dan and Jam.,.
.light chanfi li I '"V.^
port, i: "f" >.liurw.
vovue, will Ma.. .-iing n';
sFSEs
ttto We.t Indie .> Uv '", .. ...
Uc Boaad to th. arr "T'
tsrsi&^s zjr&PsJr* s- els.
Atjjjgc from .he 1
ThTfitMRt dcwovmI the < "1|1 American
ui^WSS und/r *; ;";>
Air Servtcssj A. ,
Britain and the united States and
under the ITS. Civil Aeronautic
Act. The Board nag> autl
over B.O.A.C. because 0M of the .
intermediate point.* on the ll-
route U New -i I WRITING lo the I
It ruled that Jamah
nerved only oil not a
or ending at London irtog her
wick. Scotland, H.O.A.i' will :
be able In extend its tran-- a | min-nt is cair-
lantit tliKht- t patent, when 11
of Canada and New York. 1
flights to the Bahama an
ca already a rt v o r : tinmcnt offices.'*
KATOMeeting
Postponed


i to be pa
i.r.
I'miiii-r Dettgnafc
VnnuiuH'cs Ni'u
Beltriatn Cabinet
CONQUER PAIN
SCIENTIFICALLY
(aHAClb/ cnuan'' <"' -'-'a, "t.ass. Uk, ntaacatia,
IS-2"-!/ Canalna. AcaerUaMtvlk. Addand QUININ8. THsso four
madlclaaa, -t-aauflcallr haUiKcd. -as* yiwE-nk-llr- the, .alum pain tan. raatora four awua o( -ad-bs-na !
\auaCisZ7 Is "tomad bT Doeto.il OVar I2.000doctor.an.dakaa
l^aaabl*! ui CfMt brlu,lpi rian. UM i u,.;, w-i^u. I ravaes.
colds, toaiaarrin. incaMcaa. rttaaimativn. naoralilathis atondaraal
* apaclAc brings you amaslnglr quick rails! from all of ihasa I
? costs little. Too (an buy li
In two-cablM an^opaa
notigh to brliuj S"Kk '"* 1r9a>
boat of pain. Or In handy W-taWac
I bo>M. Or In 5fr4aWa< botUatkawp

k hundred vwd. front Piccadilly Circus a lCO-ycai-old Htm -ir ataklDa gold Uc and otb^r adornmenth
id SVcvica officers who will great Prlnceas GUaaaaU and Prince Philip on t.a.r
i woneu (above) la going Into the making of th* King't Colonr for the Royal


slittle as US. *10
B.l.P.
(or Australian official" ai
tour.
Iutrlcata work by tav
AUatWi.*nthP'wor^be ivady In time? Tea. It Is being flown out in apaclal weatherproof boies.
Looms, 100 yoara old, aro weaving the lace. "Wo are conseivslive hoie." -ay the Arm.
It Is Being Made In London
For The Royal Tour
t. dram
IMPORTS AND EXPORTS
Valua of November.
1W1. abowlna i,..:
I i
Countries of Origin a id tobacco i-i.i orti Total
S c if. Set
United Kingdom 1 745.313 1 asmjtl
Canada IM 101 .'92.560
Australia 27 31,929
British (. .. I8SJ80
C*lon...... lli.Toli 11,780
Dominica 5,094 16.5)0 21,604
Granada 1 1 12.939
Hong Kong .. 33 SO BTO 31.003
6,149 o6,149
St. Lucia l.tKti: 41.128
St. Vincent .. 1,260 :',;.tu] 27.661
Trinklad
United Stat< 246,122

Arotntini-.iti;i..: France ...... 33.225
Gorman, i V. 1
.. IU-.1
Holland 83,171 35,718 98.8H'.t
Italy ...... | i 26,520
Japan ...... __ IMS 1
Sweden 38*10]
Uruguay 50.410 50.440
nth. r i Lrlet .'i ...; t.i .''I
Total io;t43:
Value (f.o.l>. i>( Tol mi the monU ui Novambai
1951. showing principal Countrl "itination.

Countric- Lo which i Total
Exported > 10.190 >
United Kingdom 1.311,799
Canada ...... 2.161
13.052 20 823
Bahamas 21,514
10.32* 13.170
British Guiana n.owi 40,671
Dominica 0.50*1 46.143
Grenada 1 |] 084
St. Kitts-Nevls 67.123
St. Lucia 1 7.593 .
St, Vincent 18,388
Trinidad 1 63.536
U.S.A. 1 SS.OftT 10 300 Iti8.387
Dutch Guiana 12.885
Other Countries li ;-; 25,027
..ll-UI
A hundred yards from Picca- Iho girls of this nrm. It is a on the looms th.- arti
BUI lOO-ycar-old firm highly skilled job. demanding are" niakiug gold luce und other uunol concentration Music through diamond dies.
i i Australian i.ffi-would be a distraction. Woman are Bntanbu oil
.ialsnndServiccofflcerswhovs.il l^mir I arc for the Australian AH t*Or
Bm PJ III ISM niaalialil and weaving the la..-. W, in COB- They work from n design P-'>-
Princa WiUiu on tii.n tour servaOvs bora," say the nun onally ngned by the Kuut. who
GOLD AND SILVER WIRE li meticulous about the ccunc)
Will the work ba ready ui tune' Gold Ince for the Australian of the master drawings, and can
Yes, and the lace is being (lowi-Navy is made of gold wire21 spot the lllghteatl error.
out In special weatherproof boxes.per rent. gold. 90 per cent, stiver, Five hundred hour) <>'
No music while you work forand the rest alloy. Befori
i them I. I I
,-r>lk
The Belgian I1
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Review of Sugar In 1951
Prospects For 1952
THE "Id year was outstanding in many resp Sugar world." Czarmkows in an annual review, rot-all that
Huh \\ Hroiues
Jordan's kiim
And QiMvn
Czech Envd) Lmvm
Moseow For lloiilr
lv gave ,
1951 provided a record tmlpul of suear. More sugar was con- c.nu.il H-ii., SU
ous year. Values attained a bafeal ,' Jg^ **>
\ i N N ,
. i. i i.
HOME. J.m 18 ha.
littering state wcl- Jaa 13th, .
iuper rnod< m
sumed than in any pn
level of 8.05c. fas. Cuba, with a
Cuba.
low point of 4 70c. f .a.s.
to-ilav L
00 Carabinlert
in full dxesa of bi.uk and whlta
n m with plun i d
"N.'lU)lCifL" hit- i i i -. ,T" I n
ns King Tulal*s Ir.tin drew In
PTaUNtf,
1

Producer* serving world mark- short of 2.700.000 Urns. The nor-
cts had reason to bo salisned, for n.jl. woiio. span m.irket outlet
though the tonnage to change just before the war was 3.000.000 The Carabinierl band playod
hunds at the loo price was com- tons. Jordan s National Anthem t-.llow-
MTBUvaly Mna.ll, the wrgtagt* prtCO CzaanUCOWl say that it would Jd b)| I he lti.hu NaUonul An-
Ii. iho tMvif hm lual iiiuU-r '.10c Ih' unwise to c.tmc Ui imy b.ih'v them .mil Omeera ol tin- C.ti.tnl, i.I

craHW i_ ^,u!.""_ & the Prime Minister Alcide De sky and iithei

K
'lit.
had i'<< 'i
by A, i k .! the Bus-
r of i

asould i n ip
i ill h.i. u-i-u anU-
< nbw
obvious thai
In sugar

aaapari
i i-
Cuba, so long the dominan'. iliruughout Uie world a
i ia been glean by the U.S neei
:, supply quota prosrkUasJ an out- danumd if th.- wltarawttl
fog 2,1*5,000 Wmg tons for iU purchases were available !<
1952. Bv UM end of U- ny countries whieh are now in-
llcurc may no niised to 2,800.000. eluded in the under-cotisumg)!io-1
,. areas of Uie world. Among these
Ciarnikows putting the Cuban , ^ ynillv| Kingdom whet.-
tsoe ior mis raai ov.m tona. r.ltionin- nmq individual pu
auw U* uinpMimol )iaBr> 2^,ta ,
300,000 and by end of 1952 carry-
over stock of 300,000 tons and The Internalinn.il poUtleal trend
that uie island will have is today one of uiv gn
4 tonnaga of 5.o5o,oo ion In Uw worid'a sugar picture
tons With the U.S. quota do- Any serious development m the vang %.nr.l.iv. Thuncwrtel II I
dueled, the llgure available for international situation could and the hand grenade plant w.th li
K.eibich i J.-i
I f
mi 4tnti ..muls hc.il ol ill' 'f OWH .ic.otd WQM ihfflj arc kept free
irom ihc Bjanu itw oaoao isptfc inicctin. To keep
wounds in ihe heallln COfitUtsOO lor lualinj:, suri-eons
have lor years relied upon 'Detlol'. 1 hia lutlllvaa des-
*ni\ii ui gajtnu to iioii-pi'tsofioun, gentle and *afc on
human tissue*. While ii dlg.nfcflM dfef wound, LK'Hol*
leaven ihc li\inp; tissues undamaged tu conimuc the
natural pfOCC8888 ol I8a and rapid repair.
DETTOL
HODfRN ANTISEPTIC
tli
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ULAMOHOI s.
( Xi LUS1VK
l/.A. Jets Damage Munitions Factory
nanTH ahmv hu,koiu:.\
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I 84 Thundei |i 78 ittfren Ch<
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North Korean capital i.f |'v-.n
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HOT I'EIIFUMES .
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by
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of
BJCOTIC
world marstetl * 3,O50,0OO. Thli. would very rapidly turn apparent napalm and 500 pOU ii' i
tonnaga and compsres plenty Into uncomfortable short- bombs ami then went on to de- enstcrn Korea.
with Uio 1951 llgure of u littb-1 age J'.P.

i fuel dump and hit gro
i th.
t A
Perfumo MADKBAS DE ORIENT.....
MA l.\
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PBOOr THAT BRUSHING KfTH RIGHT AFTER EATING
IS THE SAFE. EFFECTIVE WAY TO
HELP STOP
TOOTH DECAY
with
Colgate Denta! Cream
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Commencing FRIDAY January 25th
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RARBAnOS ADVOCATF
TRIPW JWTMTtY T*. 195!
BARBADOS ADVOCATF
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I IIO>l H III IU
SOONER or later ihe Government o!
Barbados has got to answer the question
from where U the money coming to build
the deep utter harbour? Opir.mn ,
divided as to local capacity or WlUta^MM
to subscribe. During the past two years
several million dollars are estimated to
have b*>cn invested by residents who have
taken up shares in local companies that
have .ncreased their capital in order to ex-
pand their business. Some of this money
vested in local undertakings. But not more
has resignated frum investments in Canada.
Investments have been sold at the high
rates of exchange now prevailing and the
profits from these sales have been re-in-
vested in local undertakings. But not more
than perhaps half the number of P
with overseas investments have sold out.
Nor can it be estimated how many of
those still holding overseas investments
would be prepared to sell their holdings
and re-invest in a local Deep Wat. i Htt
bour Loan.
It may however safely be supposed that
some investors would be prepared to sub-
scribe to such a loan if the rates of interest
offered were attractive enough.
Certainly the Government of Barbados
would be acting wisely by exploring the
possibilities of obtaining money from such
sources. Another substantial sum of
money remains in the unexpended portion
of Barbados' allocation under the Colonial
Development and Welfare Act. The actual
amount of this money is not known in Bar-
bados, but it is of the order of 400.000.
Two sources of moru?y are therefore al-
ready known to exist but they m In*
adequate to supply all the money which
will have to be spent on the const, action
of a deep water harbour.
Conditions have changed spectacularly
since SIR DOUGLAS RICHIE signed his
report on 25th April. 1948.
Recent information tells of the difficul-
ties that are being experienced in raising
colonial government loans on the London
market.
There is much less spare capital await-
ing investment and even when it is avail-
able there is increasing reluctance to invest
in colonies which display anti-British
sentiments. The West Indies of course
may not be included in this general cold-
ness of the London market towards money
to be raised for colonial governments.
Trinidad according to reliable Information
has been very successful in obtaining sub-
scribers to recent loans that have been
raised in London. Jamaica, on the OUST
hand, met with little success when it tried
to get a loan in London not very long ago.
So much depends on the confidence the
London investor has in the colony concern-
ed, and Barbados has not gained popularity
as a result of the local government's treat-
ment of the British Union Oil Company or
of the present situation which atlecls Um
future of the Barbados Electric Supply
Corporation and of the Barbados Gas Com-
pany. On the other hand the Government
of Barbados is regarded as the most stable
and the most deserving of confidence in Ihe
West Indies today.
There might well be hope of laising a
loan in London on the strength of the
island's good political reputation, provided
that the rates of interest oflered were
reasonably high. There ;iiv several n-asmis
which explain the need for a high rate of
interest but one of these is worth more
than passing attention. It is ihe fact thai
the World Hank changes 41 per cent. In-
teresl. and Ihere is incre^sim; talk in
London of the World Bank's landing Monty
soon to one or more British Colonies m Ka-t
and Central Africa.
Tire moral for Barbados would thei.l :.
seem to be: bogbl now and find OUl how
much money can ba obtalnad troi
investors and the CD. & W. nest egg that
remains: ascertain whether a loan can be
raised on the London market for the re-
mainder: and sound out the possii
borrowing money direct from tha World
Bank should there be any difficulty ex-
perienced in I.ondun.
It ii so pathetically obvlOW that everv
day which passes adds to the high cost of
constructing a deep water harbour, that the
need for action has to he realised fiy i very-
one in the community
Already the number of those who under-
stand that the graatMt reason for thr con-
tinuous rise in the cost of living is due to
the excessive cost of handling goodi In UM
port of Bridgeto\\ e .. I The Gov-
ernment must act before their achieve-
manta are ruined bj inflation. And they
must act quickly if they are going to get
loans before other needy governments ge"t
the lion's share of the diminishit
of money that seeir.:; to be available for in-
vestment in colui *
Thi> lt< riiniiLi iwiivttti' And
Thr House Of Assembly
"Ii. I lvfon _

conirmpt by th* R.yji QaMfe
Your r.tanuttte wu appoints,)
n the !.- |jj| WiUl
follows:
1 'i of
prtvllMi ,., thr or_

ii'-n oi i*| dtbaii oo m,. nth tns[
having i. do wuh foreign ex-
cnaaa* '
Vour Cuninuttee ha* held tum
: it ttag
After h i gpli
i. Mm debate
rough no misunderstand- wimu. lo compel inetr attend-
. the daub- ance before ihe bar of the House
-in o! challenging the ' before commitu-ea. as well as
.minority oi the House lo control having wide powers over the dis-
,pline of its own member*. Your
1'ie a deft- Commitlee leam, however, with
DiDUini public*- .urpru*. that following the ruling
lion ol the debate Win | several Privy Council cstses
n order which are, of coune, binding on
i UM taew (he courts of these Islands, it ap-
- ,ears that Coloiual Parliament*
|v none of the penal powers
I COOaflU*- ivnidi hy custom and usage at-
regarded as con- ii,cn to the House of Commons
Hombs*. and House of Lords as the High
Per- Court of Parliament, and it would
.niduses a seem that the House of Assembly
'
on the Ifllh December" al"wh'iP '"Ul makes has no power to punish for con-
Major Huxley the n ' mWc rt"uW u,al ,wn* or *>" f privilege, has
, I'-rhamenl -t no power to compel the attendance
Ihanextdav i whirl ' Bompltla con- ol person* before it or its commit-
J of the publication OJ their do- tees, and indeed has only a limited
and ...i the* may permit power In ihe discipline of Its own
Ushers of Th, HovalG "; ut'1 publication en- members. which would be
invited to attend as wm Ito man <"' .nscreUon. The reslricled to a breath Of prtvtlask,
ager of Th,. iWm ' -> have now or decorum taking pi;

that these two organisations
nOUld. l-e Kivr,, an opportunity In
DHsn Hn [all before you ram-
mlttce facia or
to the public..tn.u m, i.

stated that U p
I
'"illy per- '* ' the House, and
l Ol their "de- would allow the House lo cause
hates iVks not abrogate their the removal of the person offrnct-
igni to prevent it. ln nd _' k*p him excluded.
Small Distinction Anomaly of First Order
doubt, In thr opin- Neither House could, hsMMWtl
mi of Your Committee, thai ihu punish for a breach of privilege
Ight of control of publication of or a contempt committed oul-
"' was debates similarly belongs lo both side the House irrespective of !h,e
duly; that he H Denmsda legisla- depth of viciousnew or scurrility
tly understood the de- bjref Inougtl I then* to which such contempt might de-
< islon which th' HOUM had lakaM .. (.|(. rcend. and irrespective also of the
in the matter and was under right. amount of damage which
inlsapprelii DOVOr m lo ^ \g ,,lt,. ui..t Mdh contempt might cause the
that phase Of Use pi ,.i ,.111,1,.ation has public welfare The House '1
Not KhmlinK Hoiim* 1 in course, has the power, as does
Ha stated, however, thai as fa, bead kn ecret "ny householder, of preventing
as he was concerned the pOVnM 'iir committee is able the entry of persons lo its own
.f the ssoussi In takJng Mea 1 ill distinction In prec- granueeg. in addition to this
decision were nut clear, ihst 1.111 w.. I M ihv 'h"e are one or two provisu m
previous QcCsuBOag, namely, in deUIli ol :, Iwl "iensl to the matter of prlvi-
1941 and 1847. the House had n this lV or contempt. This position
lakM sUnlki , -. to your committee to be
paid to the publkaUon ol debut* Ho 1 Fm ..... '" ^,M"no'y .; /* or.r "V"
which had (Mtnined in u|x>n se.- r the I .,lllroi larhameni. which is inellert the
..... ..,, ,,, .,,, ;..ghest authority in the land,
sions Thr had ad- hlc1 *hould, hu*. have no Pwer t0
tiered to Ihe expressed wishes o( o dOuM that Ihe pub- p".!ir o ": r. Iku.
Ihe House, though Is of a debatn T*10, S"'w General has fui-
I thai Westminster n,5h*"1 ;* *T" <1 PSL.^ n?
ibaths wted evsmpgn J" ^hlihlD''^"l!^ asKla l
had no desire to floul Um sulhorl- 1 of Comroons lhJf report and which
Bouse, but thai : pour JJ-L-0 clslon lo publish had been taken < ira that the pro- . __ ,
with a delll>erate intent to chal loh a. Iioi, OOgsU DU *"'"' tommitlee fropOAl'd
'. I of HO ioiisIv argued. Ii is clesr that Parliament
SSL"*11 ',r,'{tll,"r ,"' "M lilitor Mask Mimvelf Arbiter might by legislation arrogate
no spun t di'iiance in if ,,\t die "'"ell any powers which it 1
ynatne ilyadeatro p>MI|ls f. \\, '..hung of a IU for Its protti'tion and It ap-
by his uctlon t(. have the m.r n .,. r th- a-,.i. pears highly desirable to your
! that he ad-> l|M. ,n mrfn. committee that an examination
hand lo the right ( tha preaa to >: ....... ...n llo se.,, ... ,,- i,,_ of this problem should be had
publish debate, which had taken ',.. ." I'^l- I ,u ,hS * a v"-* ^ th" P"w <
^ZV^'W^T-' "JSZaJ* anatoS ****** comcttna STdBsg
Prhttlpla. 8hould lie widespread dWsemlna- *", thU In this aminat
maans of the Ihe Legislative Council should bo
k.-d to Join and your commit-
,i., ,'. i(i- ,- ,hn ii ., c'ZLi ;w nkMl Ih, pcltlon ,r '?m "" l > "" " "
d tor Of The Hoyal Oa-
atamOUnt to saying that .
... .....
It is he. and not lha House, who
S luld ba tha arbiter or what h
Ha further said that be had made
an attempt on Ih
1 crncrt to advise Mr. Speaker of
what he proposed to do, but that
he had been unable to reach him
Inndenl Ki-i;retluble
The president. Commander
Rldgway sUdcd that Mr. Sayer
had telephoned him OH the eve-
ning concerned and advised him
on the deciMon which
posed to take and
'
I I II '
get In touch wit 1 thai decision by
" N),, '' ..... ........ I*, tfouaa
"* ln lU the In- v, thin at tha time or that n.
cidan bad bean regrettable, I the publlration or the
rose from a laeJl of unds n public harm arc
il ih. position. completely beelde tha point The
iriagerof The Bamude House takao deeUlon bv
lem and
the mailer.
. Your committee .]#>
mends that the further banning
of The Hoyal Gazette represen-
tative from Ihe precincts of th-
House should ba discontinued, a
to the fact that the ,,, . ,h, JE
1 icsenl for
prlote lo ihe offence
Lastly, your committee wishes
I on record that In Its
opinion the prohibition of the
publication of a debate which has
taken place in open session is an
undesirable procedure and should
be used only in a matter of great
11(1141 \/t (LA IIIVIUIJV1B tflVAMIl l\/i w
ognised that the commission
of an ad which 1* wrongful is
by the fact that In debate i< ,
Colony s Towers Limited
could be avoided by
tccognilion to a higher degree by
iicmbers of the House that when
peaking in
your com-
mittee greeily deprecates the
action of The Royal Gazette.
Broadcasting Company Limited,
Mr. Wilmut. Hated Hint the broari-
pany com-
prisml the Aral few paraj
ihe article appearlnd i" the Royal
uaaatte; thai at the time of the
broadcast be had not been full.
or that the order of the House re-
i.itury meet- which in the opinion of your com-
of ihe dab ib Ha 1 1 lb it bv inirattaa the ntttaa was highly discourteous to
ind 0< icra) was asked to the House, was unmindful o( the
hli company had not powori of the Houso motives a/tUch the House ex-
complled with ihe it.lcrs of the m regard to matter-, or privilege pressed in tskjng the decision U
Houae, and offered hH np<>lglc5 and the puuishmciit of contempt, being in ihe public interest and
Deliberate Cltiillenue The HOUM Of Common-, has very tanitot, for the reasons put for-
From the-, two batarvtowi It l wtda ittera or prlvl- ward by the person responsible
Rd has the right to punish be overlooked or condoned.
Tha Hoyal Oagetta Ii conearnad offi iw Imnile Dated 3rd January, isaj.
$ ! Illy K M MhcCOI.I.)
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tile
SHOT producer S. P. Eagle and stars
I IIKM take the eaaa of ll-yaar- """"Pbroy Bogart and Katharine
u'l" old Mrs OUe fetep. or Washing- Hepburn ond scenarist John Agree
ton Her hiKliaiul unstaiK -tvi. illu' i'lithor C. S. Forester are
hn bOM, "j SrSSm Qun"which w nuhed Inlo
Ha found her *ol drad, tiln '" A?*'.1" h<- Ml-.ll! II

until
lot itronirr Ihui. ... 2 hou' *> qulll for enlry In Un annual
I. .......1.1 vc.uih una- Acdemy Awardi for llthat
r power .,. lh... hJi ahot, eanudb llred
,... they have reached
a eelabrallon. "rrm.f"' lo ""*"
'friendly
lothcr.
America Re!
ahe I. now
And hi
1 1 .suits from
dUdoUl 1............ 1 aftort.- whlla Um , j,,,,,,,, ,, lnMK w,,u, _^k Title. African King."
United Sun. i, onl) |M l.i. BUTTONS
SrVS^J.,"*1 I'RIXCIPI.K Congren NorhUd. a Re.
: naiN. ,,dn,l of lii ^Orc^ !,,*,.
tlaW S1..I crporu- nant about bulton. The Mubtota
died at 78. He had "fj- " one of nla consmuenl.-
Cannon. ., Mlaaourl r> bluer tunttm wHh Ml U ffti.TanaST rT^i:.?
who Ii rha. i ... ( the i and fohi hard lo rataln '"<"< ' 'w.w>0 men wear-
rbrtloni UM........ ihop" ntl.....4a in his >"i."" P"" or button, round
i. Ih i -. lha dW It Ml I..........in "il nI "T with larked lack of logic, also
. .1.....f Prohibit; the wearing of bracn
,:,, ., fa ... righ. i ^''l;:,b,u"?"0 """*?,: ''"!
longer V Jorbladlo Army Seereury Frank
sii.i.iNf;
THI m *hd main the TV
ar. a bit happier a. thj ,,, ,, HolUn, and
SHAKESPEARE TARES
BACK SEAT
Stratford-on-Avoi. i a "must" (or lha
majority uf overseas visitors to Britain and
also highly thought ol by the JJntiah
themselves, vwio come to see the old market
town where \Vilham Shakespeare was born
and where he returned to live at New Place
alter hia triumphs in London. From March
to October, while the Festival ol Shake- v
fepeare's plays is held at the Memorial' Sj
day, April 23rd, the town is tilled with earn-
est students of Shakespeare, enthusiastic
sightseers and bardolaters of all nations and'
during this time extracts Irom the plays and
talks about them are often broadcast by the
BBC. Despite this international homage to
the greatest vt all poets the day when Strat-
lord is most tightly packed with peopU has
nothing to do with Shakespeare: it is Octo-
ber 12th, when the annual Mop Fair is held.
This tremendous communal jollification was
lully described in a recent BBC broadcast
Irom the Midlands, which explained that t>n
Mop Day Stratford becomes an almost solid
mass of people who are wfedged tightly In
the main streets, battling to make their way
amongst the stalls, merry-go-rounds and
other entertainments devised to part the
pleasure-seeker from his money. Stratford
Mop is one of the oldest fairs in the country
lor the town was first granted a charter to
hold a fair in 1216. The Mop is the only
one of at least four fairs started at about
ilw.s tune that is still in existence. It was
originally a hiring fair, when farm maids
with Daopa in hand stood in the streets to be
hired for a year's work. If they found their
new home was a bad one they ran away and
were re-hired at the Runaway Mop ten days
later. No maids are now hired in Stratford
streets, although the many hotel and board-
ing-house keepers would be only too eager
to bid for their services, but the amusement
side of the Mop continues and grows bigger
each year. Until the last war oxen and pigs
used to be roasted whole in the streets at
the Mop and the spited beasts, decorated
with rosettes and ribbons, were exhibited in j
a local butcher's shop the night before. AI
delicious smell of roasting meat was waited
about Stratford on Mop Day, beginning in
the early morning when the fires were lit.
At 11 a.m. the Mayor of Stratford, in full
regalia, ceremomaly cut the first sizzling
slice, and succulent platesful of roast beef
or pork, with two vegetables, could then be
bought and eaten in the street at two shil-
lings a head. The Mayor, though now denied
his slice of freshly-roasted beef, still opens
the M^op officially and then sets it going by
riding on one of the roundabouts.
The main streets of Stratford are crammed
on Mop Day with people from towns and
villages within a radius ol forty miles, in-
cluding large contingents of merrymakers
from the industrial Midlands. It is de rigeur
to buy a fancy hat, and many of these are
embellished with flirtatious slogans, such as
that worn this year by the hefty red-faced
farmhand who was labelled "I'm a cuddle-
some Baby." Stratford is choked with people
and amusements and atlaze with glittering
lights on this day of fesla, and from the
top of the Big Wheel, where isolated couples
sit in swaying chairs while the lower seats
are emptied and refilled, the BBC reporter
felt that the old town looked oddly different.
The narrow streets and half-timbered houses
that Shakespeare knew so well are illumin-
ated by thousands of many-coloured lights
burning brightly in the sharp, autumn air,
which is filled with the shouts of the crowds
and the blare of the roundabouts' electric
organs. At midnight the Mop closes at last
and the still hilarious visitors go wearily
homeward. The town becomes silent for a
few hours and then the fairground people
steal from their caravans at dawn to dis-
mantle the fair and restore Stratford to nor-
mal and to Shakespeare for another year
apart from the small revival ol gaiety of the
Runaway Mop a few davs later.
DIARIES FOR SPORTSMEN
YACHTING WORLD DIARY
THE MOTORIST'S DIARY
AMATU R PHOTOGRAPHY DIARY'
THE MOTOR CYCLE DIARY
THE WORLD DIARY
Advocate Stationery
_______...... _________ ___
Tools should include
a Watering-Pol. Fork, Rake,
Spade. Trowel. Shears and Hose
These, of lasting
quality and excellent value, are
storked bv C, S. PIT< HER & CO.
Ph. 1472
,V^AV^//////-V-V.V,V-V.V*VAV,V-V^V,V/-V,'A'A'.
'.r.i'ii c
Britain's William HolUns
at
PSD ;l
.. v,- SmS?53^ *** "
~~ growing. Tliey have recenUy ob-
l I IMYTI-- C3 "':.J',lc lo ,m,,ke(,Tr? *nl throogh Ow United States
i 1 l>l\lr. MUi during the your than It had py^ stabilisation Office uniform
r.HKAT \ SS ..f Hi.- W. i -:>kM ..iild bo possible with 4Bll ^,unK prlcM IOI ,neir
Colorado I A previous rvpor
em CaUfO "" But things in ,nc ,)llih >; OI December
Hiving below-tcro tern-approved atlhe JJJY.p' "''<<-< U had won a price
rlM.I.IIW-Ur increase because ol unsuccessful
'l! John Huston -ud trading was moon-eel
I
tulips bui rtlng
PACT

ned soon Then .i

rOCKKT
THE pocket Meyer Lavrii
ehose to pi h n Ken *<
I
;i-ng lo an olT-
dut) pou*
containt-l "nlv II rent
Ol It III AIM IIS SAY
p openl>
i air.
SIR,P ma to draw

.,- A l'\v eJahtsl aito I was
Had Hoad when.
tourists tn Um island yet
HOW earl .in nuisances
In other countries dogs taken for
.i wjlk ,m the streets are usually
held on leash. Also stray dogs art-
pounded hy Ihe local S PC A
not claimed by the owners
t.K-k* I was suddenly within a certain time are destroyed
AsjgJa -j,,. magistrate will give
sfUna, came upon an order for the S.P.C.A to shoot
l.ingH. and would Htf dog which has been known to
HttOf. anyone Perhaps the
i wvers might say the animal
man kepi waJkbuj means mo no harm but was only
Rttanpt- b i.il. Nevertheless.
- nig 'ii call the n-iim.il to order, if bitten by these ankn.n
iimculty and loss of time In prov-
tourth tond ihe5c animals con he seen ing correct ownership can be very
iflarge 'he has rummaging! In garbage cans for annoying.
food. POOR PEDESTRIAN'
an sals an lpptar natous. to attract 15th January. 1952.
No. 10 Downing Street
NO. 10 Downing Street is the official
residence of the British Prime Minister
and in the BBC's General Overseas Servicf
programme called "English Magazine"
George Godwin told something of the his-
tory of the unobtrusive huilding which
is known tu so many millions of people
simply as "No. 10. This trim, unadorned
house in Downing Street, which lies just
olT Whitehall and almost opposite the Cen-
otaph, was offered as the official residence
for the Crown's tirst Minister by George
II When he accepted it Sir Robert Wal-
pole made one stipulation, that the house
should be put at the disposal of all future
First Lords of the Treasury. It is because
the Prime Minister also holds this second
office that he is able to live at No. 10. for
the office of Prime Minister was merely
a courtesy title with no place in the British
constitution until the late Earl Balfour
instituted a Royal warrant, setting forth
and delining the Prime Minister's preced-
ence.
Downing Street was named after Sir
George Downing, a seventeenth-century
citizen who by adroit shifting of his loyalty
between King and Parliamentarian
enriched and advanced himself. The White-
hall district was at that time badly water-
logged by the nearby Thames and notori-
ous for the gaming houses and great
cockpit which stood close to the present
site of No. 10 before Downing acquired
th* freehold of the land.
M
N**>
V
In Wonderful Colour. .
MAI Itr
interior Pram
coverings
PfRFFCT for
kiddies' Table-
lops and (hairs
GUARANTEED AGAINST CRACKING FOR
12 MONTHS & EAST TO KEEP CHAN I
Da Costa & Co., Ltd.
raoei'CB or
Bwv
ROYAL
DECREE
A
Very Fine Sherry
V HOY 41. DFI.REE
Quern babsssl II i-
Duff Cur.)* >n Co. OH uie
of ibt Roy.il Arms of Spain,
Self April :
Mnsrs. DA COSTA GO, I II'
P.O. BOX loa, BRIDGETOWN', UAKUAUOS
NEW
ZEALAND
delivers Ihe gi-oda I
WE WELCOME
THEM
JUST ARRIVED
CANADIAN POTATOES
STEM GINGER
COCKTAIL GHERKINS
PICKI.EI1 WA1.NLTS
QUAKER OATS (2 giiea)
FRESH VEGETABLES
ANCHOR HUTTER
ANCHOR EVAP. MILK
ANCHOR SKIMMED MILK
ANCHOR RICH MILK
(Drladl
ANCHOR CHEESE
CHOICE CUTS
ROASTS
I'ALVIS LIVER
CALva mn
BREADS
OX TONGUES
TENDER LOINS
KIDNEYS
'OX TRIPF
'S WE DELIVER


FRIDAY. I\VT\RY IS. 1K!
n\RB\nos .\nvor\TF.
FACE F1VF
Plans For St. Thomas Playing Fields To Be Submitted
Pensions Claim
Committee' Returned
THE Playing Fields Com- ';<" U"-"'
mittee >l the St. Thomas Ves- *&*, -" Au"
Welfare Oflieer and unit ... rejected by the St.
plans for funds for the pro- Th i --tcrday
vision of playing fields in that' Member* pointed out that all
Canada's
Trade
Fair
MORE L\TRI\ES
NEEDED
i\ an
parish I. was also decided ?'gSS2 j!rS. 5". 2"S
TOltONTO. I
Exhibitor figure, *o far available
ud thai i


I
rrom the
of the parish in the House of t.'iould not be made 10 children buyer* n
Assembh. already m, th,. echoes, but to thoie "u* w"b a more comprehensive the nil
This d* ;- whn* parent* were In strain-nod R*;'". Canadian Bo,^ WM ^
day whe Uaj Vestry COOSitM i Ih,, tht> h,v'' ^ **" before,
a letter from th* Social Welfare ."* vlew w* espressod that Canada** Trade Pair thiv raai
omecr enquiring whether 1 WOllOn was reaUy con- expected to have a itrCBaBBM Cat
Committee was in a po fi at the schools, and not so "'an flavour than f, |
Mtbmit Ud plans. muih a matter a* lo when the 'i
Mr K Sandlford Informed the aonOOl year opened. It was flnallj <>f Holds CM
Vestry Uial Nno the. Committee ,,"l ' iwatpone further con-
waj appoint) lion ol exhibition] until *, , ^ ham era! rl the 1
Unrestricted Sugar
Sales In London
LONDON
The c rationing in Britain, as a ate".1
towards ct'inplvle dt contgo. oi the sugar trade. U
by Lord 1a u- id Wwtb un . prwiiltnl of Twtd and I -> Uv in
an article 111 tin London Financial Times
baa should b- *k -j |
line b atal
Accident
In 1951
ago. they h-d DMO enable to .on- 1''l> Of Auiu.l
vene a mooting, and for that --------
loason th) able
to submit any piano Ix-f. |.
mn w,i* oonvea ,. and
man appointed.
Mr Collins said he dl I n<>t
tiunk that i could ban.
i tain
difficult;, if them be- A case brought by tho PoUoa
Ho
Wounding
Case Dismissed


Fair. If
whi< d Tl I ,, Mi
la likely, the It i
tho most i, pi
v of Cananlan food.*
DM spot
soon as possible Hie sugar markc.
which before tho war hfOU)
t,. Britain both dtracU] and Iii-
Hut maximum prices
'
toapaaafbts
I | ,!
add i IuuhwIb.
ntrol dananda
Ml| ,jys I.'1,1 1... I.
i unlna whj On
n d in case
.casing ",mI ,
wn now
tWO IMOl.il
V.,
, result the Commissiorici- "'' quotes ng\m> to .show tha, two animal di

i m lloUtown Poltoi ft
hall With M BO
fatal
enaainl "", '-' <* the vehicles
t.-,,..,.... invoiwad, .ii
tin- |>ode!>!nails involved 2* >
over IB ami eishf undor 16.
Thlrty-niM ol ihew accident
occurred on *tiaia*>t ra
BTDUnd turves, one around a
blind rnffnar. one at a cross rood
with .1 major mail *ncn. two al
cross ruads without IB
signs and one in un open tU-UI
I Meon of the aocldeiu-s
1(i:Vi. iV..... nTno wtl11ondai
m,"*- 2att^rJS, wr r^aut hw tie says wtwreJ u.u u- '' "" rhuTadaj
tor Mr artmtb gave hla exhlblU w-lTbe one of the major wit I . I-XiaWd o b, h
chuinnan of the meeting said ,k'(,s" feature* of
hit her on the forehead .xhihit
Ith a plck_ handle on Decem- ...* "J_"""_cj;j,0_f.uv! ".'.'_IVY.,._K !"W.."* 'IV!1.".01 u". In the HolatoWT
ivci the foUowina lottoi dab ^ "' susar avauabla to
DCi 30. 1S1. fi-om the Col- " Mmi^i. ..i rood trout Empn
>::_ ireaa and from U.K. lie.-- pre
. . \-i.biti so lar covot ;, met ion ,.*,. fr.n :i tola) of
I that they '*" a I ol the 20th July. IM1. with raaurd I^M.000 lona m IM1 to B,4JOfOO0
<\-'i^-' ,/ri^mCrV ' X">l>l P failure.
cluat Llmitad, but thla was an SS^ih^i^Srt^dteJ &1 paraon to .un-^ I Soutn Africa
Noouently w.ihdrawn. 11 V ! Mr n H SS '"'',"' *"'V J'"' "" ,1" '2 estimate back
-^-.ndlford suS)- ins Worship Mr. O. B. Grimth equipment showing h. ....... ,,u, JJ ^JS
since tho p r e e n t Committee ^\^i i .1_____...... ss. t ?c!?*tion ," ed in IBM
a ri,^!!^''"'""""""'MW '"" P"*: witn '
Imit UMM'Ma.' Am nuoo
I^K-.I li.ivirnmcnl Rill lu ll. nUoa in h,iuln hu
s Ihiil not : asked the mcmbei i ol th,. Ocn
mlllee to meet wl"ittniiltd t Th* machln* too) *
ID Into tM ..... Uon ,;,,,. nod lint h* tad cut on :52 Fair wlU rival Unt yeart In
P'JJJ '" mei.t.iu: ... uw (oneluans m.,i. until
Tho llerk w..< Ulltn ...... rlMhl Ml ..n. i* Machine Tool Auoelalinn i11 '"'
nnUlU OH the left aid* of not exhibit thla year oRlclnllv. in- Government Mill cn.l |,ni.cl ,
that her letter had I" dividual members will comprise Public llonhh U'cislaii, i,
on to tho r; Cam- almaat w large an exhibit of Brit- clarlflad.It la not prapaxi
mitloiv The rut look three slilrhes and j.|, machine to.il. a. lief..... In approval or Iho I .
kt-l ... ..uinnation of the head addition. Canadian machine tool fun
I-uyine. of Kales taken, but no hone injury was makers ore expected to be heller Urn
Tho SI Thomas Verttry met slam'i. The tut could have been represented than Inlt year. Cer- Mr V,
.- and appointfNl their cauaed by a blunt inslrument ap- many, for the first lime, will also ho would tutfftest thai ihe B
Assessment Cominitt.v n, in. n- plied with some force to Hi, head b. i.rll represented In the nniihin,. .:, ... ' VllM.llli ',,,,1 stl11 h""
araUon f... '' the tool section. knowleditl llol.-inwi, l-oli.o Station In l
for tins year Tncy also appointed defence, told the Conn: ili.-iKjjhci-. Reports rcarhini. Trade Fair ler and pouil out to Ooi ,. ., a,H1 ,,, ,,.,,, in ihe su.ld.-n death- .~l neiri
h Buildinu Cimrnltte,-. ',-- ;on,n ll ,he ..... 0m,-i, fron, ,he tVit.-J ." 'home ,, '.......'........ ",. l^ntnM I I
The Assessment Con.-. laUlei llmrie ibrood Indicate lh.il forekn par. ..,,.,, ,, .,, IKrraaaa of M Hi '.<> cata il.-all,
composed of all th. "','h"- '"' >' was llnpatlon this sea, will tie more , ,. '"'' "| ,
the V-1 Iho Bultdine Jt the home of the defendant a ..vten.ive that 1 I ,. e ,
Committee me., .. __ of JO'countries are e<; .n. .Ihom
Sandlford. Mr. Collln,. Mr. Ileeve.. .^^"^TteSljS^K-SS fgH ^.".f--"'.'^' &&&2X ""I !?~*> "'.' ">."" mind | SfS^ &T
nuar bought by the Ministry of ,.,,. llMU. ,.Mt>fl & larceny f
ood UJaant fo Iho umid Km- dwolllna Ivmukm durti
torn. The Mtnlstr) BiranfM to v..ivmR S3A1 Jo. $105.10 wot
1 ""I" ol i .....
ii O.l.mies and some olh r In connection will '
..untnes I , ... (.nl..l I
.omlhiT WnSTC ""
< the war." continucj charged, ihe oontplaitnanl iMelll
' '-' Iha ecajntriai with cd to proaa
I airanajmanti bow
about MO.000 ton
.. -,..,. Iheie wen 1
1 2.140.OOU
tho ( l,ur'hvvr.rdon, Mr. Goodlnr.
and Mr. J. H. Thome. v
re-i-Min- ( I.inn ('(iiiuuittee
use
(fogs*
khA TOM
itvfrvsh iitij
A
tn riff wrtt ting
mm
broUver that cut her over tho Germany, Italy and FVance
forehead and not the defendant, i.u best i
riekCT subinitled that there
Appointments to iho Pensions wore uravo d.ilibts in tho >
Claim Committee- of St. Thomas ol, thaat doubt
wore mode by .
retary and the V. -i 4 Had to
this effect in a letter which wan
read by the Clerk of tho Vestry
vesterda^ .
client could
Fishermen's Fund
probs- Boai \ i MB" wen- hroughi i.> tin
'' '""_' tho conaunurtlon .i n.- ,j', '"'
The question of these appoint-
ments wait brought up at the >at
nieetini! of the V
<'nioniai BacWi anothi
C/err* To Commissioners
Of Health Appointed
I-. Itenumont Sharp?
I
Thu
..lav
of the
i \OTIIEB UtKK) SEEDED
Hilt 8CAVENQING
a. t'luilini jn-i.iiy ... I4IH.VHI-* -
letter aousjht 'o IInd out from tho intendent of the > I
Adi'ocale, under tho head. "Lcgls-
. il approve IIO.OOO For
Fishermen", the Colonial Se.re- *VcflVna}ng of Qovai
i reported to have said: "As Housing areas" was one of the
ted Clorh << |ha CoiunlB- rosiardi tin adnuhlatwtlofi of re- items discussed by tho Commi*-
Ht i.er- lief, whirh did not form the sul>- rionort T H.alth ..t St v.
t'iiisiimption ol N. ..
H .!>.. Cao-son, Budu
and oihoi [j
rountnes of the Empire.'1
warned nnd 82 charged
82. OS were o.nvhtetl and
11 iieiiding trial. Invo'ved
he*e accidents wore 143 mala
over 16 and one female ovei lt
years old.
kael i,t ihe it< aoltitlon
,_" l. the Sanltao Coi Council, tho BawbadOa -Jdrwote Mr.
..... Immediatal] op< nod a RaUa I Fund
Playing Field
Coinpleted
Fl. Id It
Church, and the
P".....n lo i> hava boon........iet-i
>< I Baa C s Mi
a in* r, | cfcrl I
Church, laid report to the effect
.. meeting ycti
I D Hi f M C I
u, ;,# .h i,, itf>amtwir-i i ntinu- :*"'- Mlehaol at their meeting- at Immediately Opened a Relief "-"iind member* thai an Chairman Of rl
,nTon the (: ' Bulldlngi yeMerday to which the sum of over |fl rtmeni he ....,
vh i i-l slTS aftatnoon Mr. Shares appomt- was contrlbuU.i IB
forwnrd %U*^V""'S ,D .m October 25. time, and it Mr 1. It
The.nr m ,i when IS51 this Fund ati.l Mi^.h-ment it ^hen Slurp* and Ml
Mr Thorn. .. will now entail h.nd- m.ev^arv f,..... V,.....v It ,.
vAtrT h' n -' Un< " oaeM cocraWKwdanc. !
*"tr> that in ;..vmen! of all salarlcf to p"" a subsistence and ...
had not been put on the agenda-. !nU(.h(.Is ',.., ( behalf ot the of 15.00 per week to the Itti
for discussion, and therefore th !.l; .?, .Sl ri-cemb i hould have VH...... I
[nstoad of lBth | ,.,,,. playing Held oosnplfliad on
id 19th Ju t
^^^^^^^^^__ alreait'. ,\- i
:'1"1 fhureh Vontry had -
.. r*
Me felt mat lo do ihn work il n.. ,,..i ! >... ,,,,,,_ ,,i,,, ,
ith has occurred at hi .. : '' ' * -_-
'l t l.i ... .
,. William Henry Garrod .', Jk
A suggestion from the Head- Hi* present appointment comes whose son. Mr. William Garrod. making provision in the cstln
mistress of ihe St. Michael's about on the resignation of the
Girls' School that in view of the last clerk
i i Bob town Boyi* Club i
41 meml-en 11 is Ml
rmir.ii club, but It in 1 '
l>oys will be given a bulldUU
nt.....
The boys startad
. il The
make u Station to play card-, donun.
and drniik-hi- ThB)
i r .1 ket gnd f""tball.
Vesu-y should no, deal w.....
Sn.ee lha, me. the date for [J X't^KSarS^o-
tho i.ppoinuiwnl. expired, and ,or After aainina his It.S I.
the Colonial Sen.', iv made the ho ,,.rv^, , v.,rlnu, jo,,,,, o(
anpoint... M tho "Id lanitotlon nnd then wal appolnled
member <. Thi, decision was ln ci,,r ,.
accepted by tin- Vestry jraatard ant In 193.-. when the parish home
Exhihitinn took
MR. GARROD DIES
...inn .11..1
k ii 111 i n R are held. I'( UB
I : in ihaiije of Hie
Chili, told the Aavocal'
.
'r.iuelv good."
i that they wool.I like .1
building al tho Oairdan whart
Bboul (BO bojn batwaan thr age.
of 12 and 18 have nuthiii.' lo
lose son. Mr. Wlinam uarrou. making provision in itu ,,,:.","i',...... ii-v their mmd- Itt.l't
Chief Kngineer at th. avenRinB "tor-- ".e p ..Mo,; llold olllcially. nbnJit lwo mile, awav
works Department in Barbad" \ Iih.1k.h- < r, then."
fHBH
Barbados Batsmen Put Up 353 For 2\
Fran I'-w 1. .-ending down a llrilli.ini Cffnrl come a. i
and tan mtnutaa of play and Smith maiden ow. With the score at 215 and iin,t wlM;n f*'araati bowicdi t"
helped himself to anotht L'u,": Wolmer's College off Smith's individual -core at 121 he "M"to boot IbfCIWdMl
iooUng a ihon one down to the break b. wier Reg Scarlett got hla , in ,,,
over from the hard in the dired
Mud l"""'1 ''"- '
c .. ......-.->. ...Ilk .. .11 tt. ,.1,1.-1 ...... ,.,..,..,...
foe fout *
vociferous ch>
* Jorda
Mr M.Kenziedrow the \ |
eltenUon to the difficulty in fatting
d fish for the inmates of
hi (n till i'i
ation, the Vestry approved ih<
M unit lo
re i.une quantltiaa m BVBUabsa.
The following appninlmonts

< imi no miMii
Ickot wtth a weU (Ughtod m one bond to it bu
outside the off stump whirl, hold it nnallv
nafth b< it Smith but Blnni failed to Umpire Walcott. after tonsul-
momentary 1 h (n-|w |h- Jrtump w(th SmUh fMl Wionl ati Urnuil Jordan ruled
in Mi l ii- aariHf .............a, ^...^v---- e_,iiL,a,
tij ova "> i i
ridge at the screen end
nomei. liood length
and was btsdanUnow I ,. dbMnrtlon of S.TitanMii "not out" while the
of this with an exquisite B0.1I ,wded around
cut by Hunte foe f'ltir. however poor consolation to the joa shaking his hands nnd eon
Skipper Arthur Bnnillo loorf youngster. gratulatlng him on the "cat. I
over that .. ,,,...., ._:_.
no noedOd a resi ;llof Hunte I>ave% Boundaries from
Smith A".....
pood look al him ant ,,,. M,ilcr Wh han< to the ball pl.t down wh.,-
akine li' "> Scarlet! -1 ha5 "\J1" SL valiantv If not ',,
the fifth one to the deep_square h.dped_Smltl, ^llt.the^irnm^o.^- w^ ,,, . ,,,,. .
Mr.
V.
.. OHM

his century hitting *ixt<
(oleliralinu
Roddq Vi in
Foursonh'rt
day's play it
St Andrews. (Truudad) I
ley golf Tournament which i
nig played ut the Roelday
club, Christ Church, andad
In .1 > ailarnasafl AgaU
'."'ttliH' was fine and COIld
Ideal for playing golf
The Fournoim-. (Bwlactiva drl
"( played off yBBtBI
Id" kloy won by 1 I |Kanls wl
St. Amir STB BOW
ihiekie. i. ih ut ihe r
' ha
H .UM. MM Ii OMMIIII*
I. r M, (, C '-
n t hi f Qaeaa
ii a Talma
I i f i I I M UIM. Ill l-Mtl.M
Onlv
ONE
blcyde
a/
in (In'
world'
Mines this
mark of
perfection
Tin Ilumbrr indcmsfk I
Il yuiu suisnif of laiuo#
i fjuality. an* sppraXaUKC sad
[ MiilraBail lUcecU.. Th ,(
tt.tlll l.iJu.n ^-aUlT
tiKVvIr can>M[UUi maiS of
hi it.i i.-j(i.
( I1UMBER
/ all Mirvr/ea
C. I. Harrison |
OI'tfllBUTOBa
A FULL
KANCiE OF
SI/KS AND
Moons in
H
j r. w.i
iea- boundary Bar ianothar four. In. As If to
Smlll. now held
" ':t..rl..l '"
ihorter and |e5 In'
Re i
impartial too and novt o\
too had 00
ip arainst tho rail at the
re leg boundai
his score 49.
letl that
10 terrors for him.
fir a terrific four
hen Mill., got his loot
.' long off it .mly gained
ho .Iron

Thu w.i
bark his third ball
aught one handed


Next ball
for another bound-
.....
log
140 marred only by two
.ending up .50 in 1 minutes ^SJj> "^
ln The Nineties
th now in his nils I

runs made in "too mlnuti ,
To-day Ih,

ntertaining inning. o(
. '.i .-i I it .
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minutes hilUou
n rai i si i n\ i
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n r.
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V.-l .h. Ii. A C. Baoaid
.'itm m aivi^iHi. IN)
>.....i sfl son-
Mr. II a C W,Md. M
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ri h at st i uM-ii in
.
t I WKbata-r
appeared unduly flurried at
N.-rt overs magnincent ... .,tlv late 1imc of h*J,'""'",**,
hand Held bv Tln'Thoum at covet cut B leg spinner from Bonitto ,T"'1 entiiry
ave*l an aunoal certain boundare down to the boundarv for four to Smith had now scored a oen-
and kn.'. Smith till on the brink make his score 96. A gentle Un- tury <-" his nrst Intorcolonial ap-
gave hiin the strike pearance al Kensington although
lore at 91. he mad* his Intercolonial debut
I f.ver the text ball and H.-niMo now bowling around the Bt Bourda Iss
r IB ith sweep the flr*l Vrssfcal
mptatO W> In 67 ball off his pad to the dOBP square twentv 'o>"
ime he leg boundary for four. He had ben 252/2 140
had hit nil 123 minutes and his ..________, . ,^_
. .aded fourto"il>oundai.. H II ragumadhli
lunch roverrirovo Thor(>ourn mak- tl Dicker of life and added a single before the tea
Ins; bowUnk attack interval was taken, rani'
nmdfleld when tho KOTO had rtSttMd 193 76 not out
The hall went thr- Smith play There was no c.
fence for f this made on one that came in quickly from temp- of systematic
the off and hit the n ling attack
I paaaad the Id. bat but 11 mliaiil the wicket and Hunte reached his liny in 121
clock."the sorond fiftv coming In by inches. mlm,
minutes Smith was 65 not Ho got a single and Ihe next The three hundred mark wat
out and Hunte 30 not I r .lar bell beat reached In 257 minuter
Twelfth Man In all the wav but although he after Farmer h
Thoebourn' (UD length. Sc;.r
lund,t bocfc foot was still anchored stump evidently intend!'..
lunch cost him a pulled mu-ele In the en I I * should light for he two
S: Farmer atoned for this some- runs lo make him
-iriving Barraekinir
to B it Farmer would h<<\
and in tort to score complete his individual half cen- of this and U Ing for
that was un*ue.. a Farn < Scar-
caused Hunts to II and Soon after the double cert try left I
cramp, went up In 178 mlnntn ly alone, malting n-.
ladies anil (ieiillfmen.
Iioys and liillc jjirh!
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HtHHMKlS ADVOCATE
FRIDAY JANUARY 14. ItSJ
CLASSIFIED ADS.
TELEPHONE JSOt.
rat i'.1
ant huoibri ol word*
M ! K 4 I am/* prr orl fr *h
441-HMl WOT* TWa- cm*. Phon. M
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n I1.IH aquaja. Irrt ul land r:aoJi"
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rpofiia. J l*dron.N kiUJwn rlc tkcUlc-
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la rct. Wlltian
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VtABWOOD BOVC
AUCTION
UNDER THE IVORY HAMMER
W Irr.dlr Slnl*
t condlUirri uaxl
r cu "i.t1 witn 11-i.ic al-
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. o I KKaUa * add Itaby Port-
a** Typrwtitar Known and uad li
MISCELLANEOUS
1111 1-lTfllAl
a Co .
.,il -. Frtd-y
Orr,,,.! Motor
i)i IVM A-*
, .. .I.r'. *il
VaNCKNT ORIPF1TH,
I -*
1'Mr.H NOTH1W
.___ Pa*nackH>1i.. Ifcta Pl#b.
,'-,. Amu Paain*n. Madala
.nan. CHaabain Mill
a lallN'IIIAII
1 NMto. B. Mayara.
Wllllanil H IVUT>..udr W Mar Ka..
Kftiv V Ki.nX G tlorion. T Hor-
i. Hirmm
ilirvRHH--MJpl
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>( II Mra. thuua Cal-Pb*!!. Mr EJiai
.iuj.o.11. Matr Han-ldu Catmpoall. Mlaa
["r-l-th r.inpbrll Mal> Pai^andO
nplall.
II I'll. Ml
N M H.cm*.i>.
Joarpti Pticrim, Mr. Lwlit
,.r.c. M. Wm.ton Dottin. Mr Kith
Mj QltoW Kirli.i. Mr rb*ll
Auaun. Mr*. Mini Aualln. Ml* Sandai
Ot.nbeTK. M' %* Ofiiia>-l. Mr Jm>
,. Mr J...fc Vaiulha^. Mr..
J.i* VaugjMn, Mr. Kim Blrton. Mra
piarcaa roulkai-Joo- Ml. En-urd I i.-iilcii Mi. Pop*
A.'.'iirad Banlett. Mr Tlimrtriv Hradla>
' T-x-arr, Ml HiroMI ClaiKa
tuniuii
par AKTII.I *r
Mr. Marc-lb. Paabta. Mil Iclkla PlaK
Miv Qn-i|lni Kawaju
i.i ri iiiu iuu
Mi Itoban Eii.ta*r
I.r JAMAH \
M-.rn- M-cxraa^r FratrtiaDurr
.,r UUMIMI A
I rural llar*rav. Arthur lic-n.
GOVERNMENT NGRKB
I'UBLIC WORKS DtPARTMKNT DOMINICA
APPLICATIONS ..[. invited for the poit ol Assistant Eimniwr.
i 3-ytwr contract. The salary of the port is between $2,880 ud
13.360 per annum, accordiru] to r>xnrieiKe, nlui Cort o[ Uvinit Allow-
nr. of 16 V$% of salary. Quarters are not provided. A single man
It preferred in view of ihe difficult housing utuhUon.
During the period of the contract lt*e vill be major works of
Jettv construction, building, bridge, and water supply work*. Ex
perumce Is required in the taking off of quanUuas, structural design
and detailing, and in the estimating of building works.
When submitting applications the following heads sn
used;
(b) Marital state and details of family tif any).
(c) Qualification, and highest educational attainment
(d) Xnglneenng experience, the various type* of work being
separately enumerated and some measure of the scope oi
the works being given In dimensions or cost.
Applications should be. at least in part, in the applicant's hand
""'The Director of Works. Public Works Departmant. Dominica.
v.,11 willingly onsw.r any questions applicant micht wish to address
to him for a period up to two weeks from the appearance
advertisement.
Application* should be submitted to His Honour the Administra-
tor. Dominica, as soon as possible.
Government Offlee.
Dominica.
31st December.
BOTTIE FEFDIM AT ITS BEST
There'i no need to worry over
hoitk-fceding if milk is modi-
Baf with Robinson's Psieoi'
Bailey- Baby will than diggst
ii so emiIy and sleep
conicntcdr* after
every feed.
Makem cittern milk right for l*abM
NOTICE
tultKS Ui'
nf la.t Kccur* your
___without dalajr Dial low. -
Il'doa Co-op Cotton Par lory
I'Nivtusn. coluvok or
THt WI.M l.MUl->
M\i:nM"'~ 1-XMiMlin'NV
IMA.
The Examinauua for tWBi tfJ
Barbados Government Exhibi-
tions tenable -i the University
roUegf of Uie West Indies wul
be conducted in Barbados by uw
University College m consulUtion
with the Director of Education.
and will consist of:
(i) a written s*avnlivBtaOn w
be held in the waafe D-
ginnlng Mcodu, rtbru-
ary 29th, 1862.
(U> an oral examination
^ be held in April, 1B52.
Candidates must be:
(a) under twenty (20) yean
of age on ary. 1953;
*b) Natives of this Island; or
tc> Children of a native o
UlU Ulandi or
(d) Children of pcrwm wh-
an domiciled and have
been resident in this
Island for a period of not
less than ten (10) years
Candidate will be required to
produce with their applications,
Birth Certificate* together with
c-ertlncd statements declaring that
they have been receiving their
education for th* p-at thro (!)
yoars in this colony and that their
moral charscter mid gtnoral ion-
duct are satisfactory.
/.plication* for sdmllon H
candidates for the Inhibitions
mast be sent to the Director "'
I gucaiioo. EducaUon Dlflee. Thr
(isrrtson, St. Michael, not later
than Tlsesday. 22nd January. 1952.
Applicants for admission as
candidates far Barbados Govern-
ment Exhibitions must slso for-
ward dlraet U the Kegislrsr Ol
the I'nlveratty Colleae of the Wel
Indies. Jsntalca. their appllea
liens for Entrance to the Inlver-
*ltj CoUsge. The closing dste fsr
applleatlona for Entrance U 31'
January, 1W2
N.tV-Porms of Application for
Entrance to the University Col
legr and particulars of the neces
sary qualifications for Matricula-
tion, and an outline of the courses
available must l-e obtained from
the negMrar of the Unlverrlty
College. Jamaica, or from the local
Hepre-ientative. Mr. H. A.
Vaughan e o Y M C A Pinfold
Street. Bridgetown, or from the
Director of Education.
Department of Education,
24th Noveml>er. 19S|
27 11.51Sn
HD gpRKAns
i l r too" s*. n
VI .UN Hi* quality
.01 ntortcrn Uudra
fa,h Vi. K
(H(N At II-
tanbbaan
ilatUiia. Gap
IIIU an
NOTICE
is lirnxnv CIVPN UU4 'he partiwr-
||u latrly %.ib.i.tl-.f hcl"x ti. thi
lidrtMSn-d HiiM.l.l Wl.iH.-l llarha.
Ml A !- K
... .log on tha MmMw
.uifcten ami cOBtfwMorl under tha
n.a ol "(l-if a TiK-Kei" -I
Bll4Un, haa aa Irom tha Jlrt Say o*
Or-"At: ISSI be"
ant an far M .(nit Ctllfce li ri^liet (rum ">a Mid
atiPlD iid that It* Ml....."d
MAIL NOTICES

krr anil sonunws th -i*
_ nidar tha priaant ityld or an
Dated mi. llb d** "I J*"- '* 19*
H V. ri MiK.
P A K TUCKEH.
IIKI
Milta for Dufiumca.
a. kiiu
ilbbrr Will b- tload
si omc m
PSJMl M.Ll ** H
.(..I at 1 pm. (JnlMvaw M*ti
- m lllh Jsruary. ISU
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SHIPPING
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n't r.x-riNt.i isiigna Nu-.m.
includlikd
*' Sod Tractora Nn annual
..ul- han u.l Counaay
,11,1 43*1 II 1 SI Sn
.Ai.VAMISUSD siHaTTa A UmltoO
!Utl St BM*. U. MM. 10 t\. SB 33
I n A.itO Tyra Compai.y. Trafallai
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NOTICE
THE PARISH OP ST I.UCV
Al Va*l< KI,- January l*th. IMS. at UM Vclry Booi
si Lust, in* foUowina
daclaiad duly ataetod li-
kor* of th si i) Vastrr i "
AHrvrtisf in
For HtmuttH . .
EXHIBITION
OF PAINTINGS
AND POTTERY
AILEEN HAMILTON.
AJI.C.A.
JAN 51h to FEB 2nd
At The I ^
Barbados Museum '
W/
(-.NKAl.|.|>..
bu TABLK SAI r
.. C.C Mur..
.. WO. ..I'll.
IMOON ii. 1,
STUART & SAMPSON
(1938) LTD.
Beads.aarlera for Best Run
WAV.VAV.V, V*. *,'.'
W i ikiii Stabbed
Alveva Purru of Mahalca Gap.
Green Hill. St Michael was
treated and discharged at ibc
H.^pital on Wcdnesd-j
muhl for a knife wound on her
.host which she ic.ivcd fi
in unknown assailant while
srajjfijisj on Warien Road on ir
way home.
I .Id the Police Ih-t thg
inndent occurred about 7 p.in.
on Wednesday night and theman
Mul ind BttacJnd her.
DIES AFTER ACCIDENT
Jeduthan Daniel of Bank Hall.
St. Michael died at the OensrrsJ
Hospital yesterday about .15 p.m.
DanJal w.is admitted and detained j
alter he was Involved in an
accident on Thornbury Hill on
December 10.
A post mortem examination will
bt performed at the General
Hospital Mortuary to-day.
REJECTS FEDERATION
Serom Page 1
threshold of the de-
velopment of Its reaources and in
my opuiion we would be UsusSfi
fo our people and our heritage if
v,-e jiihv to Federation."
Rev. A. T. Peters said all B.G
needs Is to continue and enlarge
upon the goodwill now existing be-
tween ourselves and the islands i f
the Caribbean Sea. W. A. Macnte
ne saw in Un proposed
Federation wa* that it would cost
i.i; .:ncthing the country could
nol aflord. Cyril Farnum *ald B.G.
should leave FcderaUon alone until
ch time as our economics would
allow us to dictate to the W 1. on
what basis we would )oln in any
Federation with them. ________
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CT'
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"COUIMBIE" 10th January. l52
"COIXIMBIE" 20lh February, 1952.
"COLOMBIE" 2nd April, 1*52.
Accepting Passengers Cargo Mail.
II. H, JOXKS & -. rtsv-dtsjssssi
House, l.lplon*'
dlnals.
Two Car-
Tirw Crapes
/Ins Sliced Pine Apple
fin" Coffee
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All above hulls are Bovine Tuberculosis tested.
The T.S.S. GOLFITO will be arriving from South-
ampton on Friday. 18th January, at 9 a.m. and will
bo sailing at 4 p.m. the same afternoon lor Trinidad.
There is ample first class accommodation available
lor Trinidad.
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Kn QUAKER OATS f>-> 60 .'. I Tins KRAFT MACARONI &
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PACE EICIIT
HARIIAIHIS ADVOCATE
IUBBT JlMllH is. \%a
B'dos Hits 353 For 2 Against J'ca
Farmer 125 N.O.
.\'K III HATTII
Hunte 78 N.O.
In First Innings
IN AN OMSY ai run-getting Barbados bdlsmen flagged
an in< tTet live Jamaica bowling attack to amass a I
.15;* mns (or the loss of two wickets by close of play M
1 iinaica-Barbados Test opened in brilliant sun-
shim- a! historic Kensington Oval yesterday.
OB College narrowly mitring the bull which
>y who nude hu first up- want through to the keeper.
t In Intercolonial Cricket Mudle's next over was maiden.
i in? crowd the second of the day.
with i-owc-rf.il on-sid*. stroke* and Hunte pushei Miller's fifth
'ti.iiiF.hl dn\e* to reach 140 be-, delivery in the next over to mld-
gave a return catch to' wicket to run a sharp two, and
Millar .itlcr he had been ml^ed n the next over fiom Mu.Iie.
previous occasions. Smith1 Smith drove to deep mid-nil ffkM
. i 20 boundaries, and Coodridge misfleldcd. allowing
1R3 minute* the batsmen to run three.
Skipper Farner who went m Smith smote the nnt delivery
H mtf retired hurt with the ^tm Miller to BM leg tor four.
defeated 12.1 whuh ...eluded nud wicket The bateroen were
IR fours and a five. He saw Smilh .unnlng smartly between the
|o gftar their partnersh.p had *"*.. * W*
III runs, and
tn with Hunte who had rajotned
him to lake the score lo 3M.
Hunte'. tota] MJ 7> not out at
Hunte
anotb
egsaa
on
!(.. i.VPi
pushed to cover to run
' sharp single. Eight run*
from the over, and thj
six runs short of Uio
I he Mret
The Jatnalciin Main return to ths fi-ld after lunch, wit
Jamaica opened at KrnMiuiton yeaterday.
Tent
BarbadoH and
li.tl T century mark
""* "*"' ..., h0Ur of a*"
Hard nickel The skipper persisted with to mid-on on* Scarlett .ou i
The hard Konamgton wicket Miller who changed his tae fTorded the bowlers no help at all. and bowled to three leg slips, .,. id his scorn man
Thirteen Irish
Entrants For
GramiNational
I-.- Oat Oaa Carr***a*a*ti
LONDON.
Cottage Roke. thrice winner of
the Cheltenham Gold Cup, Is
i.f the thirteen Irish-trained
Irani* for the Grand National at
Alntree on April 8th. He has
-1 run over the Liverpool
course but in this, his last year
of racing he is expected to tackle
the severest test in a chaser's life.
Ha will also have another attempt
at the Cheltenham Gold Cup one
month earlier and should win
again providing he does not break
down.
Of the other Irish entrants. Der-
nnstown, third last year. Inter
Alia and Tavoy. were unimprcs-
n they ran at Naas re-
cently Inter Aha has the repu-
tation of being a useful stayer
but he will not last beyond the
first fence unless he Improve* his
lumping al Alntree.
Nothing has so far been decid-
ed about Shagreen and Early
Mist, both of which belonged to
the late Mr. J. V. Rank. There
is a rumour that these two good
rhaM-iN will tnme up for sale.
But trainer Tom Dreaper has not
e leg for a couple by Tarm- With the score at 2:3. Mudie was *> far been able to confirm or
make hu wore 40. The bat brought back.In.i and ^"^Jj",5' '
then i to id" in place of Guodridge. He bowled
and six of the were brought into but Smith drove him through '"' Into doubig Bguraa. ^dividual half to Hunte who cover drove the
Most Impressive among ijen mid-wicket field for u four. Smith Btngk including eight furs anl fourth beautifully to the boundary
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ihnu wu alow l.fl arm bowler Thai VH Miller's ninth ovau-. Mui,
Mudl<* who, ulthouifli ho ho having already laken I for IV t-..,:, .
(11(1 not KM any wickets, howled in 8 I v. I i,,.,!,,.!. r .s,.,, I. r ran)
I bSrouflbouL He sent down Mudie continued to bowl lo I ,elded a iingle. Smith turn
Xt overs including 5 maidens, and Rood length, conceding only e runs f_-_ M(lUi, ,,, aouan M lot
" run.. In hat five over. Mlllc, once ,,,,,.'.,,, . ,, ,. ,,,,,
Pace bowler Miller was however "gain changed hu IVeld lo, Hunt.- t gully lo m. ......Walt) lo
the most s,irees,tul. taking the two who turned him to tine let; lor d ||u ,,. 1o . a
vickels which tell during the day couple thua lending up the first |M ,,,. to I
the Jamaica rlelding stood up un- Smith ('roaaedI the third dchv.ii
........"' '" -" '"" a? *S-JSZ3^WJ!SSJ* k1- pulled ahort , 'rom


...Ml In 17K Minutes
Hi. lotal was now 199. B
-
i cbra eavoi lo i
EOOtUO up aftti 178 minute.'
The neu ball was not.' brought
Into use and Goodrn;.
. .
I grrnor
BtnglOd t" l 'he last. H*y Is'weYf'and
Maiden
Mill'i bOWMd . BMldon t" Kar-

> nUlcii .i miikIi' Hun.'
...
id. -r m..i oq "it M
expected to be
National field
Ftnnlly there is Royal Tan, sec-
ond last year. He has won a
hurdle race at Cheltenham and a
flat race over two milts In Ireland
ill be seen out
ihortly
over. s
..roving a. the day grew older. "'""** Zd..-
11 Excellency the Governor an*! '"' '" "^'^ -.r T- Uwo OM . ey
v,ge. accompan.o, hi g '.'"^Vt v^ to ieS hu -eo,e l-K SrUth got
bount;

hinge from the screen 01 I M down to face Mudie. Hi
ingle to mitl .1 -uiglid v.ith a leg glance and later
and later Farmer got a com ran : i ,ily for
COVtl tbor single to send up Hunte
Miller bowled from th..- KrUta who MnfM It liar shot
rod to Bmlth who got ,i ugia ..n Miller's
ainder.
the giime. HU Excellency
trodueeil to the plnyer-i of both
team* before play began
Arthur Konitto llnu Is
At 11.27.
winning the tots ele.ted to
perfect wicket and opened ''"' '")'" _
il^- -,i,t. Ph.dL -r^avl,,. !nith who ofl-d
end
mes with Charlie Taylo.
1 <:irad Hunte.
Pace bowlrr Stan Goodrldgc
penad the attack from the
md
Ibroo
K Stir Hs t^jLSpvtfu
""""'T-l"'" "1 "'- ibird man off the second ami an0 then got another
MttUAdly to the fine rtlt|i ,( 1,1 .it Ud0 *>IT Mudu- to get
in i,.iv R iat< 1 ,I; ;. eMtury, En-
mo troki- f.ii another boundar) i1|111Mk. i,.., boundarwi in 121
. his score to 124. :nlnutes
1 .idge's next oWl Smith Wl,h lh(. Svn a, 287, Scarlett
]>. replaced Milan and Hunte got
1 bis wiekot and pulled the iuai
B"!L } JHESJSS, ''"' ni" le|t okVoroud
boundary an 1 I Mil the h,,,,;,,.,
onth. '""""
OWl : DO
1 ,in.i Siini.i t D

' up Farmer whti pi
Minder. Sf .th pullod
at 60, Arthu
oodrtdasj from
He bowled to Mudie M t lll> mid
ce the third to t(l tho boundarj to wnd lb
the lx-jndnrv and later hooked ,0 ,41 tttl(, hw ,n<(lv ., 5,ng|c t mid off ofT t;oodrldfi.
another savagely lo the square Hr He |hW) S1K|^, 1(l TMld ulT 1,. ^,,,1 ,> SmiUl wh
leg boundary and then singled ii(r fh |(|S, M(| ,.,,,,., ; 1 Whleb wa
RESULTS OF
FIRST REGATTA
The Umes for the First B.B.Y.C
rtcgaltla. sailed last Saturday,
which were recently released
the Yachting Committee, are
follows: _
oiAia
Tltm*
-l.n Hal-* t
III Ho I St S DlaquahS
O N S
d.h a
DM S
dk a
DNS
1 m m a 11 ss
1 M 04 I US 44
DNS
lt>N S
Wuurd .
BSagM
ran la*,
Cam
Most- 111*.-
rilllanUy Boldod bj Bcarlatt Tin
than imlled a short on.
.; boundary.
Goodrige
one powerfullv p.i-t Muilir for
he rem.'mtlei
With Um total -t U8. Ai"
BonUto '
had sent down eight overs 2
h for .! ii: i
In (it i-liiiii
I point
got a b
Miller's
1 r'.n
uid Smin
MI'Xt
yielded 10 all .scored by Farme.
eluding two cover drm
r =..... -m. ........ ..-,.. ..,,,- ,.i<- ... ...-.- twu ".
Jy tuns or the over ,mv mid^n whl|,. Smith ,,,. [ s. ., '
I0.1 th.-u fust wicket patched thp |t to ,no np ^ wnt ,r, 01 wa* now
lnylnj e_tgetl tne ttrsl boundary. to i.-
ban
delivery in Miller's second over to
1 Ive Snunders at second slip n low
...ith. ThO srore was nine and
Taylor's score was 1.
Bator Smith
Camie Smith Joined Hunt* and
opOBOd hit account with a single
ll 'um p.ut tiimiImuii .it i-i tn the "It bout '
point to tho bOOE ,,re 27.
hisjiny including nine bou
later singled to 0|lt ., .,
.'.. ry through thl
( cnttiry l'|i
croon
extra cover lo muke the total I
Smilh lteacl.es |IM|
Mudie continued"rn ' > "" ,T k
past guUy ott Millers thud ball cllti ntld Smilh t lhl. WM||. ,,, -
to send- Hunte down to lago KU,.V l}t] xiu> nm< ilimU. .,Uy^t al.ot.
str.ke. and play out the over. ou, ,ho romalndoi Smith rataad
Next OVOT Smilh turned Good- lionltto's second delivery safelv
.idge f, r a single lu ahort leg overhead Tor a couple and then
.nd two balls later Hunte turned Mugicd t.. oxtra covor and *'t
Ibis b-.wler lo fine leg for a another as 10c result of an ovei
ouple. throw. In the last ball ,r B-onitto1
i .. pace men were ,,ver. Thorbtirn at point missed
getting the ball lo turn "
i'n the portOct Kensington

111 .
FOnnOl CUl MM ihingerously 0l-"
through tho .slips t-n* ICudia to Iho
boundary lo make his score 95 and
1 through the slips J?*** Nan
(Of thr* .m BcoriOft Farmir M;.'fch.*>
wno went up roO M-dnnw .
runt oil umllar shot to send up Jc-In,j
minul. s and ITtakO his j,*^;n
Lial score 97. Rocue
Mudn- continued from the screen
lad a single.
smith IN knd Farrnor U 0..... S^.Sl!^ '', T^'" ?*? '" '
rtdn continued trom I Hu win w i, m a oil oil &w
end and bowled !' "'.....';- Mudie and Farmer J*^*
d out tho remalnda, B
rung including a tbree to Cover Ilnve rtaim
mid on by Farmer. Hunte single,! with I cover ailB,
scut tut. aooto in 73 oVIoo off 8conott and loloi rannor ciym .
with a boundary through tin- slips, pulled ihorl one to Ihf 0Q bOUn-
later singled to point to send dary to get hat contuq including
Smith who pulled the oi and a five in sbi.d
long on for three.
07
KIM
1 4> 01
D F
1 <:
Smith 1

lionltto's next tf\

ickct
lightly ml fi'.ni Smith,"uStTbaH going to f,H
picket, the l-.und.n\ to send Ihe total ndarte
Kxit Smith
Bmlth groofod tho Di 1 (ro 1
Mill.r next BVOT with a boundary
U 1 B lu
ilrd from Ulllor
and the liowler ln-ld a one li.ir 1
iisinis- bbn tor HO in-
cluding twenty bound.irk
nute*.
lo the
160 mlnuta Bach batanan col- EIJ^^*"
I rig In Mudiol next v.. ikon
over while Scarlett*! yielded two Hurnran*
a powerful on mor. 'I!*"'b'i*i.
Mudk continued from the (,iDto-oin
'
including two bOU
.. 1 so 11
. l.tl OS
a U4i
. 1 S3 10
r. 11 1.VIM.1 \
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thO other a cover drive
Tn.- botasMn t.-.k three runs C*t
193 nil Scoriae md a ,".
ingle oft Mudie's. Farnicr ilnglod
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i had scored ihe seeoud hail i'
howUd to a Held ot 100 in 00 minutes The luncheon got g eotlpto OrldO ,,r '
loo, a gully, a cover, a Interval WOO then taken with and then singled t, Ana . Two wickets were no* duw-i with
ahort aWndd-on and a abort SniKhand Hunto oaoh.iiiylafaated Farmer ril Vunt^? duf MkVwtt?
"ne leg. Wtth g5 and SO respectlvelv. The... & ith Mudle gg.
nd^then baek^drove ., .^ pUyed out ... lth ,U(. .,| ,lt ;,;,, ., UlWic.i
;. of. *at*r* ,v"- lo Hunte who singled lo fine leg. board after 203 minutes' pUy
- ii idge bowled the last OVti UudlO wns now brought on from with an off drive oil Bonllto Th|
-e tea and UM ; ,,.,K ., game ended shortly afterward!
The m ;.,,.ic to ml(, nn ofr ,hc first and with Ihe lotal at 3i3 for the loss
ndor. of two wickeU. The two not out]
i.n.uit-
Afler Lunch
:*umptu
A br
Taking advantage of the open but
mid-off, Smith drove Goodrldgc
to the mld-oR tence in his second
delivery of tho fouilh over caus-
ing Goodridge to stop the flap.
Smith lifted Ihe last delivery uvidcd (or Thorburn ..
over Ihe short silly mid-on lor u ,eg lIlJliry ]ua, mtiKv Ihg
anotrie. four, taking the _> val. Mudie bowled the :.,
* ,H^' **',* "*?" .fSS*'. """, "" ''Kl '" ,l11""- W>
iiimfortably. and a full-blooded lluwI1 M maidam
a .^ nle and uke h.n..I """."l"" I'',' 'J^ P".*";
past Hunte's set
played out the
bow li>
bowloi For i .ingle.
Jamaica mini'
. dh ihe
173 SI.in I.
second apell ! tho
from tho I--.
end vice Scarl. I
. .
I off anil
the result
ith farmer not out
oal 32.
Alter Tea
Miller bowled tho lii-'
tto for a
tod with i
| Up llur.1.'
drove one from batsmen are
coupel and then Hunte 7S.
Farmer 12a and
After live overs from each of
the peeg men. which roaUMd 2H
i urn. slow left arm spinner '
i Mudie ri'pl < I Goodridge
similar shot.
Opt the la M for another single. -
Hii.onlboundary. Goo.1- .endm p. Hunte. JJ:
gnd turned the la ?" '""" "" *nm With his score at 122 and the
" ' '" onwn i mai.ien t<. total HI ft......i pulled one from
I Bonitlo to line leg which MUWr
* out a if.- nil] to lb man eventually
' off the second from got a single. Thev also took
to :t awlei before -
md played out tho over ended. u
fder. Mudle*. next over vielded sin- O
1 Ihe last from Good- tie i o vieltled g
gle. Farmer sent 350 on the
WaiSrhMJ Mtr
RABRABO
\ -I hrjrtM .
(4b MlU*r
b I. w. . nb.
Tnlal (for S mitt
i tho latter UP hallthe third doUvorj of uu- ,(, thv _
over. Se-ilelt eventuiill> bowled
., maiden to Smith. ,,,,. ,.t>l delivery,
Mudie t'niiies On Hunte worcd the ilrst nin after T, nothcr
lunch wdh a Cflfp Mpi.ii. i i , fj BD|nntn
Mudle gnd later smith ngk M .|,,.ii r,.,
Hunte retired hurl the povlUon end o "Of* '' the left <>f pre* -i
ith his score al 31 ami Skipp >
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*l the screen end. and he was Tarmcr filled the brea l S
greeted with a single f-m Hunte l>(
who pushed ihe ball calmly lo -ctt to long on for three and ater
,p,.ie leg smith drove m ewer Farmei broke his duck mitt
thai -mgie. to rain .over rm .i couple
Miller continue.I from tho Mu.lie's m xt over yielded
l ..'. di..ii end. and Hunt.- Ranhed meluding a ne.it glide 10 ni*
,.t one whuh i OUPH bj Farmer. Smllti
Mint.
and Good
wler. ' !.
lOdarjr ran around and picked
owled i'. wh.it looked-1
and i i in boundary. The hataaict
llj ran two.
WHAT'S ON TODAY
C nit of Appeal 10.00 am.
Police Court-. 10.00 a.m
Secend Day of Firrt Barl>a
dos Jamaica Cricket Tour
namrat at Ken-ingtor. -
11.30 n-
EihlbltloTi of Painting- and
Carving, at Erdiiton Coll-,*
5 00 p.m
Police Band play a( Mental
Hospital p.m.
Mobile Cinema Show at *,.h-
kars i'..!.'on y.ni st
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WEATHER REPORT
Yl stiOtOAV
Rainfall from Codrlngton: nil
Total Ran fall for Month to
yesterday
IliglitM Temperature: 13.11 f\
Lowest TeBiper-'ii
Wind Valoeity
haw

ii pm _"9 918,
TOD \\
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Bnn Bet' AM p.m
Moon Full, JaBfl
LiRliting i.uo p.m.
ItlKh Tidf 7 H
Low Tide 1 2* a m 101 y


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