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/ PACK TIM. M Ml\l AllVIK \TK ... >niiMi I.I HARD. FAST and BEAUTIFUL TKY.\\ <4 \..ll 111! S 1 MV OPENING FRIDAY STRANGtRS " TRAIN I. .\ % A •* i 4 E A „;;r, 4 '.'' 4 \ 11 i % "" '•'""" INCH. St'NDAT, JAM-ART M, 1952 JANETTA DtESS SHOP Lower Br. d StracI DRESSES • %  •••> m*i I Nylon Lingerie %  "" % %  •" % %  "•* %  Ur0 QuallK inl I 1 Strapless Bras fl. I O K I i %  %  • ti I'M Thf en*at1 I tirNMl hU hart, „n fMII) \ 11 'I I -. E .11 V I It i; TO-IA\ UiTllsll.At II. .n.l H! rut CAPTURB KILLINC A MAN IS ONE THING (OVING MS WIFE ISANOIHU.. """pYMtUl* 1 1& UNDFORS MITCHELL /0IHU1 VI T OHD and Lady Oliver Eebcr %  i i* treat' I.ngi 'il via Jamaica and Puerto v air. Lord FfchYr WHO will I Bl.i-r. i*. Cheirr %  • was %  ni**ee of th | 1912 U> "vi of Auguri Hi • UfBte SetriKar. 'then Secret [ 'the lOlli Ball. Co. fflce heiv-een 1915 QaJtib Qallinq H ik ii' i if they ill Returns To-morrow M l! UBC AI.LAMBY %  tying ii. .i.i. I IN I Ol HI R %  A .K-, b, *• OUIINW of ^ "DUtl in iha SUN" LEW AYRtS • TERESA iNIVEN BUSCHS BBSs* NKyf-f ilCTOIitaMCaMlfll IKK MI *,., (|M fa I* nMU • DmM h Jin III Kl I I Mf.i Sour. : MOVIE MIMOK1IS Ufcll.NLSUAY and I III KSIIAV 4.45 and 8.30 I JtlhP 11 WJ lE OH",IF W W* POWELL DARRIEUX CAPTU** "*y~V %  -" %  %  mm TECHNICOLOR *V(ND|B 11U1 . •B M. Mon" wt.h*cr EXTRA; I'M.. (WINK Din-.CIIYI. II 41 Y A I I.i-IIM (| .-i Minus) 5 and H.15 Paramount Preaenta . KAY MILLAND MEUY LAMARB U: •• C OPI'I II C I'M ON Ml|hlirl ul i|| Urslrtn Advnlurri In color lv Trchnlrblor II IIW ..,,,,.. Ll i,,,, ii.nnnniil racked with SpftU.lr . Ilumi and Action Extra : Mlerl Short TOMIl.l (M II \ Par.maunl li.nt.l, . •WiWS Ol llll SOU III Sljrrlm: (IKlKi.l i; \l I HINHY H)MI\ — ANI> — -II04U IO KIO" .COREY LAMAS KM %  kMM • Anderson • M ViCDAJNEj :. > THE WOMEN'S CANADIAN CLUB Annual Dance M. „i.i II: LOCAL IIIAKITY unii.-i u„ A picai ol Hii BBMII in. and Ud) SA ill III.Mariee Hotel — ON — SAW Kii v. i \ i NINO, Pebruarj u:tni QA UHlIXiK I'l.'lV. .. AI.VMlSSUtN S1.IHI ii .rctuin 'II Trinidfcd iiai i U.W.1.A *Ut-i* IK worl I i. South %  i i .l.i ill... II li lira. CdMiiid Blade* <>t % %  'tr will be rcnviMi. U Water Polo In Grenada M l! NOKMAN ROBINSON reLunu to Grenada lamorrow bj H W I \ utxm .. %  viiii bin ir.n the staff ol B*r. L*,. Bank m St Geucac's C3.da. He told CM Craoada ^iji shoril) u do, Mr. Michael HaiUGMU, Dlcactor ul Agriculture la the organ cheU did i liter poiu locally in Ihe late '30's. MAJ. aad MRS. JOCK MITCHELL Arrived from CunUnd on Friday by the Oolftto" to upend four awmtlm in BarbadOiMaJ Mltchfll U J Dimctor ot thf Colony Club. 81 J..ui.-. Tacy were mat at the Bafaca W-rehouMi hy Mr. Riiri Mr C A rttat .(id Mr> Batty Dono*. rixlit AIC MrsPotter MrDonovaj Mil. hell -nd Mi Potter. Golf Team Return* E l.K'.hS members, ol the Trimdad golf team nrc due to to Trinidad today. The Bl .'Utainst the Rockley ad Cminlry Club ended uaterda) wlUi •tetory for BarTit.rrlntdad i layan laavlDj today are, M-ij. Morw.vn Orell . Michael Miller, Caw. Tom Cavaghan, Dr. George Campiieii, id^-it cull Jnr.. Mr. and Mi*. C E. W H. Ed. Collins. Mrs. D. Scolt IX-nmngiirti mul Mr.. J. Deayton. Gramophone Concert M l* BS&NAAD UOLFE ol CO. -ud VV's.. Sccietariat will nreaent the Dest gramophono concert al the Untiati Council's lieadquaiUii. •WakellclU." Whitepgflfc, "ii Wfdneaday. January 23rd. AH the recordinga are conducted by Sir Thomas Beech.nii. The ucogruroute whuh beKiiib .ii H.15 pm. 1;, us follows:— Overture — William Tell, Ro%  inlj Siniphony No, 2 in 1) Beethoven; Cm hearing Ihe iltat Cuckoo In Spring — Dellun; Bymphony No. 2 in 1> Brahmi: preJuoe Lohengrin, Aet m. W.ILI;, |. ThenU BO charge fnr .idmisglOB* B.W.I.A. AccounU Dept M H. C 1-fcfc LOY Of 1. • ., eunto Deoaru I'ort-of-Spain who ha* been ncre due to ratuiii >o Tiiiim.il io-Ju.* %  %  i the ftinlflid 10U pLayei mg his .-'... %  H a guest al the Hotel Ko>,.l Indefinite M R ECENT arrivals from the L'.S. arc Mr. and Mrs. 1. hams who flew in from Miami just over a week ago on BB IB" (ielliiile vikit In tin and daughter, Mr. and M Morgan, who run Ihe St. LawSoteL They plan to be he] I lemM one yr and may poisibly beoocae permanent niidnitf. Three Months' HoIida> M RS. IVOR CO It BIN and daughter Hosemary accompanied by Kra. Corbln' Mrs. Marie Rubio left < viiniii: by u.W.lA. fi r en route to Peru, whei. .. bin and daughU 1 months' holiday with Ml temll] in Uma. Due To-dy E XPBC rSD 1 ben today is Mr. E. J Marsden. one of the Trinidad cricket selectors. %  %  .. : .. ligmil for I., M '. in witness the j.mciu %  Barbadoi U now lieuig played at Kensington OifB) M. will I* here for apU... two weeks al the Hotel Hasting*. Kennel Club D ot; MAMCUgftfi ere icmmded that there will be a mccUng Bt 5 oclock Bt St. W 1 fp d School OB 1 11. %  M • Barbados Kennel Club. Supi.Of Pclice. St. Vincent I AN UAL, Tin following day he 1 Aajoi B, .\ Btoute, DepuAj 1 .Mill til DlillK# A Pohoi BUUon when he was 11.'i h) Capt. w 11 1; AftM .ti. I.I the PoUce TI*IB1B| Bohool, UH Police Dogs and Ihe Mounted ., -. much hnpraaead by what he had Intrunsit t NTHANsrr paasengei liaiii-dofl by Ihe Bonaire a few day* ago were Mr. and Mis. iv W leapt! and their dwuiihtei. Mr, Leach who li Tumdad'i Director of Atriculture had been OB leave m the UK. While thenhe represented Trinidad at the Cocoa Alliance Annual ContOrtnc*. Married In Trinidad M ISS DOROTHY pROUDPOOT f Trinidad who has many %  1 Baibados wus married in Trinidad yesterday afternoon to Mr. Esmond Gransaull. Back From Trinidad M R. AND MAS. E. S. Chambers 01 Highgale", Upper Collymora Ro-k. who left Barbadn< early in December to spend the Christmas and New Year holiday 111 Trinidad with their son and daughter-in-law. Dr. and Mrs. David Chambers, leturned on Friday by B.W.I.A. Dr. chamber* is a Dental Surgeon in Port-of-Spain. Police Chief C OL, J. H. A. BRANCH, Corrsinia*ioacr of Police, Leeward Islands will leave here to-morrow for Antigua by B.W.I.A. after spending a week in Barbados. Erdiston Reunion Talking Point AJifiiuriHui: jrpnnui front deep roots IN a shadow sot*. —Osbert Sitwell. Incidental Intelligence % %  TMIK gbi who -ets her cap tor X a man to-day should Hist remove the price tag — llurll B si^drr. A M :%v nut i.iM. t Rtisnv — BOB lion O I Y >l l I 4 in f>\\ I.. II I -I. \ I I md S 15 I dim Die Screen with Heroic Adventure . Savage Arllea Paramount Btwetttl •W 4IIP il II" Color by Technicolor — Starring : Edmund OBrien, Dean Jaggcr, Forrest Tucker, 1 Poaly Berger SKI TUL BAVAOI BIOI \ IN Bl \/IN-; Al TIC* 1 MI. : K. 1 Short; 1-1 1 OF TABl'" WlllNrSK \V iiid Tin RSD AY ALAH 1 MH' in % %  H UM JOHD4S" — AND — •• %  III IIIHMIIIIIS Milh I1INRY UII.COXSON — I.ORETTA YOI N(i II O A' Y TO-DAY lo TUESDAY 4.4J ,*i I I] PARAMOUNT PrMent. . JOHN PAYNE — DENNIS O'KEEFE -HI4.il > INI Hill In Color by Technicolor WITH Arleen WHELAN — Frank FAYLEN ACTION THRILLS . ADYtNTlRL* Kxtra : 2 Reel Short "RAGGEDY ANN" WBDN1 sD w md Till RSUAY 4.30 and 1.11 BINO CROSBY In -IVIIMUOIC YV44FZ" -ALIAS Mih 111 vi Everything That's New for you at ii* MODERN EVENING DRESSES. COCKTAIL DRESSES EVENING BAGS in Brocade and Velvet AMERICAN SHOES Maiden Form BRASSIERES SPECIAL BARGAINS Cdune Uriels II I Slips-lull li'njith 9X54 total biBtara i..o I All Silk Dros Mltadlb JMr. Whttl and Pastel Shades Ihe \10l)EI{i\ DRESS SIIOPPE BROAD STREET The • • %  Krrl lluh taborrl ha* rerrnllt heen built alons Ihe St. .lame* CtBBt It will be openrd un February I. In lime for the lourUl %  -.. Flats For Tourists AS A MARK OF RESPEPT TO THE LATE DF* R. H. KING ONE OF THE DIRECTORS OF CARIBBEAN THEATRES LTD.. THERE WILL BE NO >lATi\ti; TO-DAY (SUNDAYj AT THE P14Z4 llll 11111%. H1111M.1 row \ AND OISTIX EFFORTS trg Mill bein K made to COM with and the demands of the tourist thi> island A %  i i 1 ontainad bouaaa "Tha Marosol Beach St. Lawrano ara now under v i.nsl: iiftiuTi .1 to be completed by Uarcb Isl tttuated in ihe St. Lawrence coast in quiet surroundings, they afford opportunity rot Kood sea bathing. The main building, taRBert) "Battery Houu<" 't OM li:: %  noused the Casuarina Club, but itinsAtenante gmaUer building is already completed and the i.iuidly talcing dMse, .. differenl iinlt rr.nnU of stone 0 anglad thai tbt Cranl ol each fl .. partael view of thi 1 1 %  pleat) building ol piiv% %  %  inti, living %  1. two bedroom." uiUi eonnecUng uled bathroom. kltchi nettc with They are all ohuMd and each %  HI. Mr. Anthony says he has in mind converting the main buildpresent living, into a communal centre for guests occupying the flats. capeeM of aecommodattng seven families and the %  looks onto a lovely beach wilh excellent swimming tda from the beach rnOver. Hi) students who hnd nasscd through Erdiston Training College during the last four years itleadad a Reunion Party on Friday evening in the College HaU. The atmosphere was a very lively one and added to this the An Group, staff, students and friend-. in umpiring exhibition .,f pa l wl n ga in oils and water1 oloun TintArt Group was formed Hire*.' inoiitha ago. Members have never before exhibited their paintings. They are not taught Si the College but paint at leisure The member* are: Mr. A. W Roberts, Principal of the College. M. TaniBSS C. Marshall, Mr. K I). Broodhagcn, Mr. Gordon S. Cochin, MSM Sheila Ward and Mr. W. C. H Gallop. The works of Mr. Robert! and Mr. Corbin WSTB cfiielU in water colours while Mr. Marshall and Mr. Broodhageii submit tod paintings In both OUS and wntereolours. The Exhibition was held in the bdlatOfl .Model School which WSS featured "> many of the 34 paintings. It will continue for a few days and |1 bl huped lhat people 1 regafdlsai of axperl' BBCe, wdl join the group. Mr. Thomas G. Marshall exhibited a fine collection of pamtmgs in oil, the majority of which as on the College prom| From his well balanced pattern, Mr. Marshall shows wldo txpenence. His "College KitchSouth Entrance To The CoUega," m particular, are very %  %  1 .dercolour 1 Isirmoote.' This showed qultg clt.ii of good composition. Mi Id lOdhagen'l two oiu. wero Building" md EntranceTo The Cullege'' These were good but lacked ihe "natural toui-h' 1 wli ked in Mr. Nearly all the watercolours 1 van high standard. Mr. linrdon C'orbin's "Pride of India'' BBd "Hound Rock" and Mr. Roberts' "Patio." "Masonry In The Shadow" and "The Lamp" wert* outstanding. "Pride of India" was impressive and the composition good. Of "Round Hock," Mr. CttrbSB mad.us, of an attractive fiaearourul with two "tiny tots'" tit play. Mr. Broodhagen exhibited six watercolours, two of which V.M |wiu-aity. "Clairmonte" was best. MfaSI Sheila Marshall had only one watercolour on show. Hers. •1 flowerpiece. was amateurish and leave room for improvement. The majority ul the student-: who attended the Reunion u. k a keen Intersil in this Exhibition BJetween periods of refreshment id ewer from Ihe Main Hall at the College to the Model School to look once again over the paintings. The function dosed wilh dancing to recorded music and all the students, past and present, left for home in a merry mood. LADIES CANADIAN SHOES While Elk. Backless. Toe less, Cuban Heels S 6.45 — $8.03 Multicolour. Backless. Toeless. 1 Bar, Cuban Heel* $6.45 CHILDREN'S PARTY SHOES (Enqlish made) Red Kid. 1 Bar 7—10 $3.41 H-l 3.7S 2-5 4.24 T. R. EVANS & WHITFIELDS YOUR SHOE STORES Di.l 4220 a., 4606 f I



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SUNDAY, JANUARY 20. 152 SUNDAY ADVOCATE THREE A( 'I'll.' • ill. ii. %  : -HARD, FAST AND BEAUTIFUL M II. .. II. IDA LUPINO. number of one i luMWM theatrical families, and a fine dramatic actress herself, is now turning bar talents lo production and direction. A short time ago. the Pl.iza showed "Not Wanted' the first film directed by Miss Lupino which dt alt with a social problem in a forthright manner. This theatre i* DOw uieaenung—— HARD, FAST AND BbACTIFUL, another of HIM IM Ainu's Ulius. This time the irn-r one of mcn-en-ny but the sotting — a aporls drama with amateur UanH aU new and absorbmic Htai Lupino has %  basil of har characters and iinn the nil, and %  number queens were faring Ihe nfl> %  ' nun of unemployment. lo he taken intol imaWlfitlftii wnon cmemagoers could have spared car. ~. ,A i. „.,v their tears Thc-se surs-even some STORY At Hammersmith the seruatton. II 111.place of around Is very lh >U i,| c u—are tough fighters IP ,..:_.-,.. will lain ran mcuu.ri. ita. %  !" wo< beneath the glamour; and the 1WU1RA MIEARfcR. outof Sj, ^fS ".ihe .Xfahock an: ••„ %  cast lo net as a wind, ,^, n d „ ln very nu ,. h ., 1*1 Goldwyn's Hans And.rarn !" J,. ,|lri ,,„,., cvcn „,. s„ ,|„ necessary. A row u! „__ %  -_ Illin bocauae she Is expecting %  "' ."^ !fS~S. W. ,, J?.'52L£? egougrlM answers this purpose themselves. ^^ ^ ^ „„, M ih.t deal as trees. Of Margaret laKkweed has had a offer from MGM-l<. ad aid dasire utig trees placed about non-sloD (an d highly profitable) an episode in Three Lova stot i This i. a mueh ahorte, jo>> which is why she cm !ake il on. Vlleox film of that classic thriller. Miss Shearer Joins France*, Leslie uillcient Trent's Last Case. '.rro and Kale'. Tier Anieli In FtOlUa Caleert Is In continual the new picture—p hy Harold COX WAY that doubt if thaa >vi.iiitl r* •r.llmg 'get *igned up again for long p-ri i If thc> had the chime HKK LOVl STORY the realization that here daughtei discovering her mother's merarsrtTLasrs'sssJ ^S^F^P ZZTZSIFI^XXXR L" ,^ hu b n *' no "•** raked look so often seen in g %  J^,^ ^ a Herbert w When Tennents prevent the Mr*; revival of The vortra at Himt 111 February— with n A || i un pmbably lo follow— Dirk Itegarde. .mod 31. Mill N the MM Isabel Jeaaa the ...oth.-i Alao in UM cast: Adru.BWe Allen ind Roberl Andrews heed ft Ih Mui .1 hU fuend It lo's musical. King's Rhapaody. more they don't even try. producer. Mtehart MMSHU. staging the play in "period'". Thr early coward has become historical in his own llfe-limc. GO WEST? Oil NO! PONDS %  •OSB'S (SIB CBI4M tocleanaendgotten vour skin. PtSis tNltlllSl % %  4M to protect your skin by day and to hold your powder matt. fjfnv &*£&?&. ^SJH£& O ut m wants her. In the role of the don selfish mother. Char Trevi.i .,l trees atuun aHlsm.i %  i^.".^-^..".^' is In aoarttrilaal lira new picture—possibly the M l„l,cv.b.e aU through I.e. growtl, in lew r -? a, t gto ** T^TXZ rTw green's mo,, If naive and appealing as tlictt inb %  *• fSJT^S?^KLfgaS.TS SSt M .-, Jr... Ki -last Rank MOM certainly st.nds for Gold,,„„ !fu ,,,!,, It would se.ii. t> man*} la Ota (tin. | business—if yeAi are a prad\teat Is lo pet shut out ••t Ihe West End Early last year II yWf o l d Ratchampion who bet-u vindictive and dl •he finds her mother ifor her own end.-*. Miss retreat has added lo her stature as a young star by this efcaraetertsatlon There is plenty uf uuod taani-i throughout the Aim including son.* spectacular tournament* w i> I B h only play an impm' %  iheir iUc. By doing this the uf over-crowding, or of star OUl of Denham Studios—who ;..,., % %  !li..|,i l..dlj IS avoided. WHt Itad Btfll lOT -"i.:n. .;..;iOne large shade tree at least, pnsiBir -h.iulil bava a place in every gar:,nn as a auinincr-hou>e FAIR SHARES ruder whose ahady branches chlldtaa taa paay t in ., km ^ a ICW nim-ond rchearsand exciting action. )(Ufl ^ rimm ed from the time inK M,nultantx>usly for a radio play THE CAPTURE it u very young. Our Barbados „ n d a new stage play. Playing at the bnpire, niK Evergreen nlto makes a denro u v tage reappearance will be CAPTURE is a melodrama with a •...... *i %  Both these treea j n xiie Moonrakcr. a romance psychological twist. Mystery and however need a large apace for „bout Roundhead-Cavalier times romance also play their parts In they e.cntually grow to a Ireitiis him that stars Lew Ayre^ I ad niendous aizc. Cambridge on January Therasa WrlKht. nriflith Jones ,n-st.imn,\ I-N< With the McKir.H. 1 Flaniboyant trees are a love.y ^j,,,,^ ^ „„. w,. s t End. its locale, the st-iry a i Idittoa bo iny gnrden, and thejr This MtlDI %  Wea touch: a lilm n; but he has long been in pro>lonnl opposition. lucef. He made i pJetura called Hell Is Bold "'. with Richard i ,,.,,,, AII*b.rouah and Mai /.etlerlim -U3T n quarter of a vuntury aner ,. w noo or th^eabouU. rtuction. Noel Caward's The Vortex Is to be icvtvad UM pi> tvUch wi-ote at. %  chapter m ehitltfa UVatrical history. It waa at the little Eveiyioar. Thaalll hi llanipsteacl tn<>w cincmai thai TIM Vorta* (ud ii„„. ,,,. original opening. Lilian BraUiwatle was the • %  modern" Mayfaii To dat 9tfaT c.nv.ird the shocked m-uaurcd of When it came to a West End showing, Mr. Slross wag told the cinemas were full up. he mut toon | tpieue for several moothl He did not think BO -nut the pi.bjra iraa Panl round the eountr? itead. without Uie Waal Fn.l (m I seeing il. rt)S% 1441 rIH* cl.ngmg. perfumed, sceinlificnlly blended, for a glamorously matt complexion. IIPMK K smooths so eaaiily onto your lips; the rich vibrant colour stays on and on and on. Here Is a range of beauty products used by lovely society women evervSimplo and inexpensive, they an all you need to Keep you looking where. flawlessly lov. I>, fettling your very best at all times at all the best Dtttuty counters. You will find them pected of hold-up. by : %  n f"' 'he short of an oil refinery. ( v| • %  • %  %  "• ""^P stricken, the foreman gives UP his leaves. job and determines to clear his Except for the few h victim'.-Dam i.w.imc ,„ his feel-ngs of guilt. It L. told W '" ;t .','' IIUJI hart mvl work* „ lO I %  '"' '" h ".u.p.iTj.tivr.V fugitive from justice. This is an entirely new type Of role for Mr. Ayres, who gives good performance but even his Sui[ | i,| e n, mcr i„g Trees efforts cannot save the action from %  bogging down as he takes time out All of the Cassias make excelgrappU With his corn ones k ,i giirdei Hell 1Soh! 0 financial return lit last) S£S5E!nr3 : ^r„^n".K,h;. Cambridge on Jan. in pa~ l.-Binning of a Ma all-star cast lor his second plelun 1Hie era TM r "" Headlnes-head.^ by Mai ove.nighl the 25-yaar-..l.l leilerltoi; again. ,,!,„ MjUllI ,„ aulhor-acTor. who could (Oil ne.fca. Ttora Baa.. ...t Hei.nl. 'EBZEBB^ 3Si££S ESbans. Bo 'll are these lost-contract ugly ihe thaattm But. then. : m 11*24. —! % % %  by the fresh ifreen of the yOUBg Dd tlie beautiful flowers Which follow. FARM AND GARDEN SOIL IMPROVEMENT KHIUUM is In UIO news Wlial _s Krihuin" A lilile technical In Theresa'Wright 1, the widow ot The Cassia Fistula, has bright describe simply, bul we .vill try. Ihe Innocent victim. As usual, yellow spr.iv. rat flnwers, which To start with, it can be said thai her performance lacks nothing in drip from the tree In a close likeit curly promises are lultlllcd, in. merit, bul the char.cler she at DBM "f the English Laburnum. material may prove I" t-e lie i up called on lo portray Is unrealistic The Caaaaa Orandla. and the caagest dlscwery ot inleici and unconvincing and credibilii. la sis Javanlea iMilh have pink appleminded people — agrleiillni i i strained when she lalls in love blossom like blooms. Of these larmers. gardeners and cultivatm. with, and man two. the Casela Javanlea. Is the „f all categories—since chemical knows killed her husband. In the best choice. Cassia sprcsatrlls is fertilizers. Those ol us wn %  finale, Mr. Ayrcs rides away with another beautiful Cas'io with yelregularly lo the ll.D.l'. prothe police, head high and at ease ,„„ flowers erect at the end of gramme., especially on Hf* with his conse.i : each branch. Unlike the other human interest, well-being aim JOURNEY INTO LIMIT CHUM already mentioned which progress in the realms id Aftei seeing JOURNEY INTO are small trees, spectatllls grows agriculture, medicine and health LIGHT plaving at the Globe, my to a great slie, and would need a social welfare, religion and related reaction Is 'give me darkness large space. matters, appreciate how every lime' From the beginning Napolesme Oeked Hal .. anlalmg and informative %  >ueli or.,., iseemed to click In Dial Pld other suitable garden tree. The casts are. In one ol UM which lacks the ilnesse and .-kill flowers. In colour from pale pink series on man and the sou. an anas necessary to a religious subI row In loose elusnouiuemcnl was n jeet. The scrip i v rkOOe and ters and are very lovely. covcry of a syntheslstd n heavy, slowing down ..• a.inn. _.„,.. wnlcn may have far-, and "lhe aim lacks conviction b) Tlie Back Vartl MMi to aoll ,m,..oven.i Seine over-long, ove,-sensational Bul In planning 'he shade and b ,„din, lo greater pro* and Irving too hard to moral.se. Bowerlng trees for >**** !"!" und even provldlrig a [Weal^e • %  "' The'leading ', "'f*.""; .„ the •Ight against soil erosion clerle. who," alcoholic uilecomHere fruit trees •?"""""1 Tiller, of the .11 in p. mils suicide. •! %  ' '' ,nie .,ie. -he. r ''' 1 "' '"'' a *"' "' (By and a half years. Krihuio II tinmuikel, bul AOK1COLA) may be raadH? dastttwad by aoll yields from considerable baelerta. hence the need for conmental testing under varying ron-j linuul replacement by apphcaiiondltlona are reported to be of tbe of organic material. Thus, tlorder of 20 to 100 pci cent Ita search has been for gotM concost Is it 111 beyond the reach oi centrated material whin, can M ugiiculturlsti. in general, but -mal' simply applied to a clay soil parMale lamicr* and gardeners urowUcuTariV, to Improva ititruetur* ing specialized toi> ma. b> and iruiiulaiii it in • d4\Sbrabk lo afford it mi i 1 state, In this connection. w e sre doubt, the price will fall. is rminded of lbs favour., U.fleet large scale methods of prud.nii"' of floodfallow ing on the -itnictiire have been perfected. M oi ihclayey cane soil.s of Bntl-h ..gritulturl'ts may rejoice al the Oulana and an Important lector In prospeeta of I trliillarlan T rei seeuring heavy yield, of in. DV< I hemir .1 f-tili/rrs. weed kdlcia four-year crop cycle period. and Kxillum In their effort '<• At a recent meeting of BM wiasl %  Uring from AS soil and American AMOciatton for the AdIncrease lhe worlds food suppnevancement of Science 11 a i ri ve.iled that a group of .. no ararki i' bad sjritilasanad a product of the kind referred to ai it Krilium. It is claimed lhat onlj a very small amount h nipi-n %  > for the purpos* in view .mil tin effect may hut for n% much as two Agncodla lisn tak*n not* of r.O.'s laltar sad bis r|.i*-t . citrn. will he stt*nd#fl to In due course. Tojictk or Separately + They Add Up To 5-STAR Motoring I.iiil. Paw'-,P"W. ""'• lilant' giowth. M iddnek. Grafted Mango. J^ ori U( b „ BMUbtstW, and Fir II uful fruit tree, g-JJJJj %  ,.,„„„,, .,„, „,.d .. ,,n Ihe place. inbutes which, together wiin i n -,v._ e r „_ i.t in the aoll and Ihe CO unlint the Tree dl|||| ^ ^ UKa ^ „ c „ cla %  00 any iree II Is sale go lo inake^ up what is hnuw^ "journey into light" • becoming an Inhabitant of Skid Row where he glon bum and is ana I mission worker snd b daughter. Whether Ihi waa permanent or net. I know, as I bent a hasty relreat at "his point *• I ie dug for fertility. A good cast is headed bv Sterling gnnol be too big The bigger lhe factors are dependent on iciui. Ilivden with Vic ,,:: nut all the mould, and man (iicciscly, slruciuie. \ I r Thomas 'Mitch. 11 „n,l 11 !• wanKr, if r,k • I %  i I Ihl mu : ,e appearano; or aoll l,ni of the lot Messrs. Mitchell and be dug or blasted out to a suit...„, indication of good struct n Warner, a. pel. Kill II,,, svity with v ,,,, u „,l w.U work wcU, will .^ Sk,d Row are the only one, who good mould and well "tied pen e et stick, when wet. shrink ..no ... , Wale,d and let it settle c|dlK ,,. a dlly when diy. will not for some weeks before planting the ,. .t or prcMasw Men for SU Vic "•• Iho mould ".""' > • 1 nk vent water Horn penetrating. The ..'o „,,!. ^ .., ,!c I, -,„ ."hMdeiabl,. and w.ll need ailing ..., ll 1 ,, li .„, d..c..t, a soil ol MR. JOHN son ,„ H ,„,,, „ m( or wCT a uuaun „ one IP •rhlgtl M Of the e-jca, :.,ntlng. tiaillcle. group ihemKlvca Into Maude, has been appointed a Wh lh< „,„„ „„,„ loT fUa ,. '• k • „..„„, ,nd n is director of ihe Old V„ Tin %  ,„, ho young tree ac lhat the f""' !' ^^Zf^Stomt to Until Ihe last Gen. i ,,, :irr n ,„.d comfortably ." h tUl Jjllwjwalooond Mr. Maude, who Is 50. was ,,,d """ ,.Li HVL.U..1IV due. Mill MP for Exeter. He stood down lo „ am „ 0IK ,„,„„ ho „„„„,. P'""^""JSLJiSs %  devote hi. time to hi. legal work. A bad miat.k. In pl.nUng tree. ^"J""!^ P L.nVrB or oil... He has been a supporter of • 1OO loo^ly. I" r !" iT n^aMrlaJ wllleb. when Old Vic jor many years. :y expoaei f.'frelee.Tlmrirt to !" aoll a There are now nu.e due. logo ol %  shelter Iran the wind must be they decay Impart to tna aou Ihe Old Vic Trust, for Sir Pli.llp provided until the Iree ha, grown apongy texture, due to th "! Morrl,; vlce^hancellor of Bristol ..„„, A slake ab> enasore. aubaUnee. ^ m h r u !" -'i University. Is appointed at the „„e straight trunk. tT^.. 0 ?".. ,, nUtfele. torteth" same time a. Mr. Maude. Sir Tor the lirat year of 1U growth holding the soil r*rtlriea tog* Philip, also 50, is chairman of the the young tree should be watered in the form of erutnbi. Old Vic's Bristol management dally, and given an occasional natural gums called t committee. •• %  •'• 'ring. lallata polyi mm Kill I HIS Sill! I illWIIlik in 1952 Charles iMcEiiearney k Co.. Lid. ENGLISH ELECTRIC THE NAME THAT STANDS FOR QUALITY IN A.. 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1 MCE FOrit SUNDAY ADVOCATF Jamaica Score Quick!) But Still 157 Kims Behind Football Season To Opvn Wid-t'obruary . ii a '/•/ %  /\ SUNDAY, JASTARV M. 1KJ Jamaica Replies With 296—9 %  %  % %  %  i but with %  NMMd possible i hud %  good aha irked up a fast pace ii\\ y It eg fairly " .ana who on* Will iiDt Uableto escape thu evi Mid bat Hot MMtfa 1WO dayl or at least pul up sufficient rum III such lime as would make it m runs in lime. WK.KKT nUI T*HL WICKET today was still playing truthai the openers 11VM>od anl i giving Iheir Lou. ., „....,. ii.ni. The Baib,iu almost Immediately anu i U unk that this was responsible f early downfall of mMOd, MM r*g batsmen. He played tamel, it ate awkward length and u lie had moved quid ,, Bn able to have gi.t out mil he did i. there he waa and in saving nlm aa M l pul up leg. _^^ BEST INMM.S r\l-MS THORBOUHN, m m ,-d the beat Innings for *J-** the visitors in scoring tig at number one and although Btnn* has passed th;it .,.„ y ,. t ,,. r J|l>t %  Bauap value, hi.must take •cond plao up '.. OH preaent. Thorbourn it must be reman ban King mid Barker when they were rresh and ready rtth ana wicket down and the Jan runs. He was correct to belli length and drove those | lb i,i m well. When he had completed his individual half centm > be I bad taken but 87 minutes to compile it. UWIPM TIW ATK _TE MM out altar UOMB in %  wng sent *sl a full toss from Bai -ulary, he hit another full one from the BMOI bOWst) tr.iiillH tote Mar-hall's hand at backward raid-on. Nei I lie Bi i of a strange incident AM og ripped his part, flew bthind the wicket. u.ii,i.f T. 1V hr' (leva nil Fanaai M first slip on the knee and Hold) r at • u.ll In a grant effort. An appeal nt catch m wale* Umplra Jordan bald that ihe boil li.nl truck the edge of the bat before striking the pod. wa* upheld. II BAFFBNBD qt'RKLX J all bo aiguea ,i umpira kiiideisiaiiu, waa only, .11 i mHating way to be wives hoarse. ., incMen rise io some uuuut i> \ at ipure jan foster bUora giving lioiuuo oat, DUI aacenaiii Hut UM ball I UM gi" deciueu that Uoiullo iiau played It 11 ana .> large aaction oi in %  %  to Boniite bad %  TraaiQ i himscii nutn bj virtue ol hi Deiding and exhilarating bailing, were aiaappunited ana Way Dude ng bones uOoul anouiiiifl I mem to the wnolc wide world. CIUT1CAL TIMt B INNS' entry with the. Boon "t 113 i"i a came .i tune in the JamaWa Innings and credit must be glv lor putting on Wltn Mudie lif iui tile sixth wuket lln allowed Mudiv to gel ahead H nun in tne scoring ud wm left with a useful uud courageoi redit buuw waa st Bui then hi (OOK. BW at powerful on-diives oil the back foot .urn broke through the ring •>{ beidsinen on thy ud side io reason tinbounder) with win Umea i He reached his muiviuuai hail century after two r*ou minutes of battuig, but ins innings itood itwaan JanuuV on in the lading light. SttUAKE CUT frOK SIX ly^f 11.1.Kit and skipper Arthur Bonilto .m/nu li each low.ink the i lose of play but Age who scored tlllwcn at nuiub.i '.in Who provided onu of Uie highlights or tin game. He executed u square Ctrl DBVUg rUan to in. lull hatfht of six fool three to emita %  high full toai from pace bowler Barker iquara of tile wiekel high over buckwaid polnll head end OVi i thl rail (Ol six runs, a stroke hardly seen at KawlngtOP. Buoa the hi • of Uie 20'a. MAGMFIttNT KAKMKK CATCH B UT Goodridge hiRuahad farmai with the %  ;i n initj catch to dismiss him thai mint be written down to the hiatorj of local cricket us one of the baft to ba witnessed .it Kcn.-.iiigton. He jumped into ona "I WUI1 lUgdlt It Ofl UM volley and smashed It through the "COVara FannCl oentog extra cover point made a magnitli cni one handed effort and caught the ball in his lilt band inches from Uie turl. It was a great effort and lamed long and ipordanaoui applause. GOOD FIELDING T HE fielding of Ihc Barbados learn was of a high standard wa* the general standard that one BBnnot .-ingle nut an> : utlcular player lor special menli self Die edge for some brilliant saves at coverpoint oil lull drlvei. The Held placing too was good and I am sure that Jamaic.i i every run they got except foi one oeer-throw. UNO'S <;OOD HOWLING K ING'S llgurei of 3 for iS in 21 OVan KM DO flatietv They m ihO result of some line bowling. King maintained a the entire day and he was not afraid to use the oo | keep the batsmen from becoming loo settled gad "" %  Barker too bowled very fust In his early >IH II. bul be fttd not produce much lire In hi* later spell-. However B t* %  of 2 fnr 71 in 13 overs was quite useful. STEADY N ORMAN HARSH ALL'S 13 overs for 36 ru bowling but the batsmen took no chances with him. He seemed to concentrate mon v nti rd ij with sending iha bell with the arm and cutting it back from the leg. bowling to a packed off-field ataca the wnk<-' did not encourage his best weapon, the sharp breakback from the off. Holder too. 1 for 34 in II %  tJUIa help lor bli leghreak from the pitch and he had to toss 'he ball and depend muen upon what flight he could gel. it was g good htm rnd I was interested to see him bowl wifhoc |] help %  %  • icket whet) he gets considerable turn fnmi his gptntW n • I ram fair I With the total it 45. Norman Marshal! Ung at the end ind Bonltto p i a boundary to extra when Smith .nlaflelded. King w ho had wing iu> -11 had : wuket for lt> Ual%  alao bowled a ol over:, V KMttle He was rep'-ace-i rnornourn ami au on the 11 minuies with a glanct %  -l-all bj lion11to Cover Driver* Bomito covet drove if* ball of Ma I out Uie %  i All ratfu lell of lurker. UarvUll bowled a .maiden -the List [Of lh OB) 10 Booitte, Slow left aim bad sent down two overa foi i, run.-.. 1 [> ba thud to the boundary to aend 07 on Uie board ai ndUBl contribution 38. Marshall lent down maiden to Bomito ii i (our runa scored off big a> including a neat two to to. Marshall bOt other maiden, hh thim %  Ion to Bonltto. Thorbourn singled to mid off off i Witt .i powerful off drtva H. I wteket '.tf Marshall's next over to Diake blj SJOON II. The total was now 75 and Kmg ..i I,.northern end. Thorlmtii to mid on off the fourth, bill BOnlttO who went up snick< d Ihfl next which Holder at second slip %  r the ball had bounetd from wicket keener Taylor. I-our Boundaries ..... lour tawDuaneg u u, nunutaajonn n c i^eoo join wno wa i liuued lioiu the noulllcrii i DM evaj i %  in KingTi next, rhorbourn goi inc iu d ui g two to the on aide, lie UcldJ) %  lua ufty dUI rm With •• pull to thu long on boumiaiy. 11. innings bad I %  minutes and waa Incluaiva oil nme Doundarla The luncheon interval a %  horUj afterwards with the total at (17 for thl %  wickets. Thorbourn and McLaod were the not out batsmen with JI and i r< ttai lively. After Lunch King Bt UlC pavilion end ami Marshall .it lbs other continued, the attack on reWIBBpt sending down two COOaecuUvS matdens, King gent down tniaa bounoari in nil three ovara, bui m the liftli ball of the third over Thorbourn glided line for four to •and i up an 0 i After the tilth 0V0I of the pOSl lunch period. C. "Boflglea* 1 WU* hams relieved Marshall, and his 11 nl Will found .MeaL Jamaica had lost their fourth .ticket for tl rune, and Binns partnered Thorbeum who wa* batting with confidence llinn^ singled Williams to backward King bowled great mnii. iwndlng own at least aaapar m over. He Io Binns %  %  and u gully, and made I b e batsman %  short of tho .-illy mid-o-i gj ' up A. Binn* another maiden. Next over Bum* cut William, for four, and later m the over aurvived a confident ippoal for leg before. After four overa in which he conceded four runa, King was replaced by Barker, and his first ball lea liyet to send up 100 in ill] minutes, Thorbourn took to mid wicket and square leg off the third and fourth balls of the over, and after Binns maiden ; horboun an lartur*! lirat delivery to The gama took %  serious turn ttora 1 favour In the mms over when Thorbourn hit 1 i straight into the hands of Norman Marshall fielding at mid on. and Jamaica was live down fur US. Thorbourn had batted tor 135 minute* for* 6* ini hiding 13 four^. \ Great Lot* I am IhS only batsnuui oi trie J was gettha (fowling, and the loss M a great loss to Mudie partnered Binna 'isurviving an anxious *• UrOtq WilU >. drove him for Ming at mid-on. rot Barker at dag pavilion end after four overs, and ok three from an overUintta hooking the next ball for four to square leg, tier Mudie swept Hold* i beautifully to the fence for : Binns took another ain|k Oil Williams' llr-l ball of the of scoring •i ofl lon-iderably. the batsman watching the slow bowlhilly. Mudie cut Just wide ol Holder at slip to register another boundary oir Williams, snd lumping into ma nasd l>all he on drove powerfully for four to send up ISO in HJ7 minutes. Next over from Williams this batsman lifted linn Into the out-lleld on the on %  Ida for four, and came back to book him crisply to the square leg are M iranall fielded, and the batsman took a single. Third Howling Spell With the %  core al 158. King was tfurd spell for the day. His analysis up to then was 11 lor 31, and Barker ght drive for the i bunt mother pmgVa dl ova King for four three ofl %  amllar T W Ulami in the next At ITS Marshall was brought on for the third time, replacing King id. Mudie cover drove along the ground for four and the wore moved to 179. Mudie 43 and Binns 26. After bowling 13 • overs unchanged and taking 1 wicket for 40 runs. Williams gave piece to %  folder at the tcreen end, and Binna took a single on the off ade off the first delivery. In the third ball of Holder's second over. Mudie dro\ *• high at rover give K easy cslch, and end his very valuable Inning* ef 44 runa scorH He hit seven four* It was gooa fctoring by Mudie who came in al a time when Jan more than aver. i.. dan G Mudie. 'a needed runs id the Barbados ere giving nothing away. QUICK Sl'I.NMKS C l I! WILLIAMS got his Spinners io COBM off the pltih v. iv q in-kiy and few of the batsmen could rlak pUQdng ba. k t. him. They had io piav hsrward and taka %  chance at edging or being stumped most part or bit out and .'till take a chance. His 3 for SB m Of a good day's work. I V. %  an wag very sparingly used and he got neither o[ the M> ...iked up a good pace but the batsmen, if they %  pttgtedj King and Barker would no doubt IKready :"i Inni. HANDLED HOWLING WKLL 1 THINK thai Farmei bandied the bowling wan. He alternated spin and pace to good advantage and he having set a good exam>,i sterling support in lh. held. There is n not out 1 MudM e Kins b Holder t Miller lbw, b r King 1 ftonltlo lbw. b WUIianx I <;.Irldl* e Farmer b William, I Scarlett not oul Pall of wwkrtt: 1-4. t—1, 1—It. 4— ii. 5—us, a— in, i-iia. aKm s UNO ANALYSTS O M King n s %  lather 13 • MaroaaH 15 T Atkinmn Holder II i B Willia STANDARD 'BRIDGE IS. M. Harri-.cnCray lle.lrr -mull • Kill J A 4 A 1 W. B. •> four trlclui (or H net loss of 800 Laaa %  i. i WEATHER REPORT YESTERDAY RainfaU from todrlngtoo: Nil. Tola! Rainfall for Month to dale: .23 lm. Temperature: 72.1 l Hind Velocity: 7 rallea per hour. sarosnetee (9 a.m.) 30 010 (11 a.m.) 984 TO-DAY Sunrise; S.I2 a.m. Sunset: :..:.! p.m. Moon: l • %  t|uarler January 21. l.l| hltna: ft-M u m. High Tide: 1.32 a.m. 10 24 p.m. •aw Tide: -' 44 a m.. 4 Is p.m. i*,ui raeaag hi iwa BM i . dent in nd that u to* fact t ,l i West ra -re making their presence felt lo a tar are.. mf time in the past history or racing 111 the South Caribbean. The not the leaat iproved economic eondltlon but sitting at my radio and Usieuiii,. .i.stmas meeting in which there on ware rKlden by Wast Indians, 1 could not help thinking how times IxmVK changed. Of course it was not yeslctuay mat West Indian jockeys born and bred have been riding on our tracks, and. in fact, in earlier times, the majority of noers m Iha lulu were West Indians. But Ida were Very small and the standard of jockeyahip not of a very Ugh order. L/n; g :.. Ug continued to grow, so did the numbers ol jockeys from overseas nwraaae. To .ill intcnla and purposes, West Indian locaay a hip at this point waa ;t .i %  tandwUII. T HIS w.iIIMOI .Mi.u bj Iha tune the second World War approached ami ... I'm Bennett and his son Steve. McDonald Aird, J IM.IIU.HI. Itacbette Edwaroand a few others retired tram the ganv a-eca taken up paau and Vanesuelans. Wnen Iha w^i aetsjaUs broke ou: 11 oould oe aK pa et ad trotn lunajaaai countries, instead of the Weal Indians coming UrtO thet] own, it was the Venezuelans pad 'he buielitDoQoWt i Meeting hi Trinidad, l a Spanish mimes nlkd the boards. And with them the S pa nish fockejri brought a new code of rules. This waa a period which I shall always rclcr to as the rough riding days of racing in the S. Never before or since havn race meeting* baan M full of ini|ti,nt-s and objections, list lights and whip lights. I IhMN tii e subject and therefore do not hilcnd to go into tins pun of the story here. But in brief the South American jockeys weu %  pparantl] nniHHlniiaHl to riding under ruh from pnttarnad on Iha English Jockey i-'lub Btyla. Crossing, bumping jnd boring were simply matter of fact n-ppemngs to be UVatad moie us the luck of the game than thu %  %  When it came '" oanTjFlial an avavtaklng b h oi Smiling down on a chsp who was already upsides on the inside, well I have seen a Venezuelan stand aghast when told that it w.s wrong and he would bo ibied fur it. rV IJ this have an effect on our local lads'.' I think It did. but U fortunately more M on haoaa who were already established riders. Luckily i osjatara, who were then only spectators, did not pattern themselves on these hues. Even thos*. who were already established soon lapsed b.iek to BHsra orthodox tactics as the Venezuelan Influence began to 11 But what the local boys have auflwrad from m the past and Ua stdl suffering from today is Uie want of ., sound apprentice scheme which will help them to learn Us ,,t thg ^unic before thoy are dashed into iha Bra as raw recruits, in some Isolated cases in the past there have been one or two who served a kind of apprenticeship. Moat notable of these who come to mind at the* mmm-nt uei, Eric Holder who began as an exarctea Lid tor the late Mr. Harry Hun jnd Steve Bennett who naturally was properly schooled and groomed by his famous faUier. But most of our local boys, who aspire to be good jockeys some day, as soon as they pass from the stage of stable lad to exercise boy, quit their regular jobs snd become exercise boys for anybody who will put them up on a horse on mornings. The next step Is a very independent feeling, the) an given ; %  Uoanea ami they call themaelves jockeys. After thul any advice, be it offered by owner, trainer, groom or even a racing tad aa though it were so much eye wash. The result Ii that nolwdy else suffers wore than they themselves and It takes them twice as long to reach the top. 1STENING to tho Trinidad Christmas meeting, it was indeed %  a-i pleasure to hesi Mr. Dick Murray aay that the riding was very clean and fair. Tins is a good reflection on the aptitude of our boys who have tilled the breach left vacant by the absence of the South A m "' c '!'V < % %  .'i Mi. Murray say thai the local boys were caught napping by the more experienced riders on such things as swinging wide on turna, misjudging of pace uud making their efforts at tho wrong moment. These are Just the sort of things which an apprentice system and special races for %  pptwntleeg would counteract. In the first place the boys would have .. definite boss u. when tluj would be responsible and who. In turn, would ho responsible for them. Secondly, advice from the boss could not be treated with a shrug of Uie shoulder. Thirdly, in the special races time would not only be uie Incentive to get ones horse past Uio post llrsl. but the idea that everybody in the. race was on show and no m.itteuahed they would have to make U evident tout they were ood riders. ,£,' ew o( lhe ,nore notal le local jockeys of today are Eric Holder, J. (Mice) Lutchman and nil brathaj C. Lutchman, All Lester Newman Jim Lowe. Abraham Joseph, s Jo* on, Singh and Johnny Belle. Of these Holder and Lowe haw ,:, of experience and the former especially wa have seen emerge on many occasions'as champion Jockey of Uie South Caribbean ebretdt, The others havu more or less become prominent in the last five or slx> years. Some £"! "*.?*? m *•'> >•"'' Of two such as All. 5ingh, Hello and the two uutchrnans. As meeting loUows mccliiig, their improvement can be foUowed just as one roOowi the foim of tho horses. A. Joseph, for instance, wai I tai bnproVCd jockey on his last appearance up here in August than he was when he first rode ban about three years ago. Yet he had been iidmg in Trinidad for a Ion* !" DB Ior W ""d was much In demand by those who seemed 10 tliuut him a second Gordon Richards. But his luck at winning was apparently confused with his ability to rtdi and as soon as the former loo* a turn for the worse he waa dropped like a hot brick by thoa wno were so easily impressed. Now that he is not riding so many lf£en I think he is a tor belter tnekay. QPEAKING to Frank Durr, who paid ui a visil recently, I could ^ not help being impressed by his being impressed with the talent shown by som 0 of Uie local boys in TrinidadMs was as impartial a^noptnion as one could want and he did not say It lust out of politeness. 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SUNDAY, JANUARY W, 1S2 M MM. IIHIK Ml PAOI livr VICTORIA OUT FOR 387 RUNS JAN. 13 NO. M6 W.I. Lose 5 WicketS Busters Beat In Scoring 190 i ICOPII IH*M:.\ i A i io\ Hangers 3—1 I . If AKOLI) DALE) SYDNEY. Jan. look Iheir score to 3B7 to-day before they v. %  all out chtofty through • bnsk stand by Hassett and Ian ,n.>n" *lut Bro. % % %  > : ,".i-n in a keenly conic ted name of polo Jl the Garrr U y inree By storing in. • put ihesnselves Johnson and some lusty hitting by Ring, the man who won W hum ihej will pie. on Wednesthe fourth Test for Australia. were 1*0 for*" *'**"*'*, Qw j.?V Vfil, five ai the lit.. rmstl* ^ K3^ %  GBB ij AUin--n *>ni s wicket with the last ball or r> >IM .w**k ve-ami-the day—the kinrt of disaster l •* %  Donald Hip fruiu Wfftn b Johaoton VtCVORIA FIRST INNINGS ManHall r Ian aVOcnaM b Filrti*n I C Mr. iJuiuli < Wf-w b K-tsttton 'I Chimiani r Hamit b Ian Jaaat*" :i M | ieajM •• Athuiaatf *> Ellfaa B N Harva) <• tYrauM.n b AlhUMoa %  itlkn b Jonaa M Total ifr S wlckal-i .. II J Chwaaen c SUMl-naywr b AUonaoa 1 — Stanley Matthews Draws The Crouds To Blackpool The football follows in lintpion&hip of England." aln has become used to the Joo Smith, famous as (be burl) name of Blackpool near the high and powerful inside left of tin to wietr great Ballon Wanderers' cup final pUivt-is in inleroaUonal matches teams, haa made his and the and to their lanajBrllM iblrtl in dub's reputation since he came the great arenas. Thus, it is from liuadlng to take over aha possible lo overlook the fact that malinger* hip. Hi* master stroke Ul.nkpool ire one nf tin 1 ncwar Wras, undoubtedly, the purehuse great powers In football, and of Stanley Matthews—the groattheir real importance lorgeb eat footballer of the age—from ;' ( !" Indeed, their iieai St.ike City. It was partly good ne.gh.iours in Luneashlre. Presfortune, but nbto u stroke of ton North End. had won the wisdom that presented him with %  League First Division Stanley Mnrtensen to play inside < hanipiun&hip twice and the Cup to Matthews in one of the most %  Bd Blackburn were five dangerous wings of all football times cup-winners before Blackhistory, pool to much .is joined the SecThe uefence has been vision, lenlly solid. with Hay ng at centre-half, the back day to decide thiseason's Cup these teanv :11 their maii-he-. -nwt last game Wedneed... there will be a presentation match on Saturday. ,:-me yesterday. Ranger i played a good game, bail always haa the edge. Beside*. It %  '. about a foot fron the first chukka, but in the naa !• %  Hosiers. V. week* curate sh..i aenred what wai event only goal for Rangers. John Marsh who came In as a pubstltuta for M Par! %  %  a j n uhstt bgajta |a iiurt after thfirst chukka. scored a goal In the fi-nirlh chukka and the I .• % % %  Busters waa scored in the iin.d Chukka by Weekes. The teams wera:— Buster*V W I M K bietVtDa and A Arthur kamers— w Cbaorfk I Col Mkheila (Cspt ) K Dean nnd B %  'mw. Baplism Toilax A U. Beach. M %  I '-each %  %  %  art II "-hin. i %  I the Waal 1 l| w We, .. I %  The Topic of Last Week : USED TO WAKE FEELING TIRED MAJ MGRVVK OKIXI. (nhtl ur<--anu ake Mi-lntyra Rowl to thr 1 M i,c at the Rocklay Oolt and The four day tonruameot whi<' tar day of tka Tnuidad Oolf t.as I laptaiu. Hon. K R Hunt*, Club vaataiday aftamoon. ion i'V Barbados eadea' yaa Rockley Golf Club Wins McIiityreMtiiiorialBowl AOTslei Rvplavv Qpeners THE ROCKLEY OOI Ai COUNTRY CLUB wll* ioti wi i Ihe Mclntyn Me rtal B iwl I,,,,,, si. Andrew-i GoK C b Trtntato*. wtan th Inter, i .,,i-,i Golf Tourumenl tndad *1 Uw Sn ai l* ? GU md Country flub yi I noon si 'A, rav Qoll Clul who an I petition with 31 points wor I • cup ba Bai Inted Trinidad last car %  .""AJT^ST, liail preaeiitod lo the u wen l and reliable, and the weakJohmitm. LindwaU foraajd la 1887. od '. maleh (lost 2—1 ,,_ W. neS "!? ioa'r 'Wa^d'V %  %  M '"-"" %  %  0~ mi. league in ....udMiion of Parm. TherightlWlf and headM it in 1894 This. ( trlMaJe of internaflonaU waa kha end of Black_ Mu n h e Wa Mortensan, Horn' uccess for a longtime. j ohri! ,ton at h.ilf-lMick—has had Od Divisien ,„ ,„. |„0 i,on up so that Mortenjn lB9fi. but in 1899 were ihe „,.„ mj-,,, p ut he ga p a[ cantrehottom % %  mad to the 1,,, !" ,,^ B nd the left wing ha tf2?"Jffi£" i^ ague "T •*" IO , never been really strong. 1B99-190O. Then the club amalted with Bouth Bhora and %  %  %  "' Ui SYDNEY, Jon. 20. Wll \' tini Ha Ms itill barrtvl i ... %  | "i ilng i ukai %  place in the fifth Test lo Oaorge Thorn* club and Coin, M, l>.nald tih Of i...ii d | I i!h Richie Benaud. young New Andrew's |us1 I '\ „' ^^_ smith Walea legnreak bawler iAltar Use match, i chosen in iba twejya In place ol tho Noblett. The team: Hai sett. H | l>ri\ :'-ln r.iiinim Pluiiind For P.O.9. itjur-.-.-)!' u N .".d %  n.ii. ,:> .ii Iks 'irons %  \ W N an in th lor 11 IK n M %  U.S.A e If nil %  Inn will be I %  AnS hail %  I rNanaaa 1 %  Before tadng Kmaal %  . lellog rar tirnd. Now : ,... |j • all '!; |l UPS !' %  -' ''i I full of eneiue %  %  ann swcllliws r.tun.l my aokles those pain iCrnachaD Hal'" *ofai %  *5 i L l! w" beoaaaa II kidneys a;. UM kters i.ham al". werktr-• .^nootldv an-1 i i-.ward of this Internal ulaanltnaaa la a freshened enJ tnvli waste materials are expelled and the paias of rlu'iimailsm due. And aayoa 'i' >">acbsD. vnur whclbody responds pkeeaUta and H lores RHEUMATIC PAINS Stuart. ShTrnweli and Oarre". **• TnHtiiTeiinilii fVitawi Qpeai I'fhriiurv I 1901. but. in IS they were The 19*2 Table Tennis Scasu.. •-' i February 1 %  %  "• % %  "' Id be stupid to Miggcat ih.it II Ulth .^ eilf ,. ,, ( [oter-Club i"K on behalf might have been as powerful as matohc In tin legendary right wing miri. .,. i|(t tt.nnh Bafora "handini %  the Roehjey ehib foi %  i %  %  ]• in. i the antl 1 again at the bottom of Uie table. ( nlerria y ( BUiekpool began to rise with their outstanding playei' the Iliovvn. Ihe Scotti-h |);t ,. v V. \ VV.IT 1 from mm Fife. i< ,i v ,n,. ^ iA ,\di| ( >l,i Th • %  Iba Roi nalde w ni |„. fi%'e singles wilh tr. ,;. | i .. Wakv lam, U I At the YM.CA/s Naval Kail Club's wlntai pfofoaaiosial, %  %  Muitcnaen has. perhapa lost |he M( .„., n,,^.,-,,,,, Division th. rift „l "The" CTi nd Ball" to think lhal ihe Kngl..nd s-L ((i .,_ full leprep F .. v VM| .. %  I ment. PI iicries %  DsdfOtd r Ins kind i.-m.i II. rba i ... the first series wUI Carlisle Bay at 10.30 SJn. tfootbalhnv The lK>ats K|-cted to saH are: too. the Uarbad-s teem, hud Tornado Racing Today ihen way back ritn „. m „er 1 aliove all. Slanh" nto the lop league where they MaUm Wfi lh e greatest attrarVoio "' 1 P pc,ncutar| y ,mUl tion in the game—the man who .. ... draws to Blackpool matches folk With war came the beginning u|l „ ,, (1 „.,, walch anollu ,r game lackpool'a real %  nlnancc. thc cnUrc H aBoni With many international it'irs stationed locally in the Royal Air 11 is difficult t forecast BlackForce and a large evacuee popupool's future, for no manager to BWau their gates, they hope to find a Matthews and became the strongest side In the Mortonsen in every footbidlir.north. Three LUtt roaj generation. They may have lo Vamoose, Ednl. Cornet ivjttlim league, be content with a leas exalted Temp* l I n*ek>ei th 0 j hoped % %  < II rrtnidaS twice reached vie final of the war position and less magnetism when away, and Thunder Cyd .long their eup and, in 1943, beet Arsennl in the time comes for the two DUawhich sailed lasl year, was SOU beet poBatbls team. a challenge match for the "Chamters to go. in Trinidad. It.I.MiBiU.* team BARBADOS TURF CLUB— Official Programme-Spring Meeting 1952 I irsl Ihifi-Suturtliift 1st !#*/ •*•!,. ttt.VJ tent i I i had fir gu .. %  Tka alul I i ,l.' $30 00 %  t 157 50 1.35 MAIDEN STAKES c & C2 (HaidM m A 3* 900 1 M • idon 3. 2 10 CHELSKA STAKES F Lowet —W/A I BOO 266 40 %  l 1.11 1 <.t.'INEAS STAKES U CUF ,. Nomln ited 71 900 MO %  100 %  .11 1 0 B, P T.C STAKES A k B Only —W/A 1 1,100 :i< id'. 1 1 (Hi 6. U k Lower (Winners) —W/A %  WOO l ... on %  1 III llll .. 4.40 H 11 C1JEOLE STAKES Cl a Lowet —W/A 1 600 loo 100 M M0 "0 || (SI If) HO I 5.20 CASTLE GRANT STAKES .. & Luuir —W/A "1 000 150 .1. 1 1 lid 00 9. A a 11 Only —W/A •1 1 |gfl 305 185 f, 33 00 10 00 175.00 S. ....../ n.i,, — il,uvs,l,.., fill, tiarrh. 19.13 I14I8.00 (AM ;.l OBANT HANDICAP MA1D1N HANDICAP .. li II CREOLE HANDICAP CHELSEA HANDICAP 3.5ft 4. as GARRISON HANDICAP SPRING HANDICAP .. BRIDGETOWN HANDICAP BT.C. HANDICAP II n 2 as MARCH HANDICAP TO HOWIIING MEMORIAL HAN IHCAP ST ANNS HANDICAP VKAII HANDICAP I HANDICAP D & Lower —11 C C C2 I Maiden I t Entry —HC O 1 Lower II I F i, Ixiwer (4 y.o. li Oveel H/C B k Lower —H/C C & Lower (Winner.) —H/C F & Lowe. Ill ;NI ll c A a U Or.1) ll II,,,,1 n,,,t—*„l„r,l„,i It,I, Murrh. IH.VJ n a Unm —n ( S| %  M 265 105 13.'. Hll SO 40 S.00 24 00 IS 00 71 700 •00 235 100 IIS ISO 40 OS 1.4'iS.OO 21.0(1 27 00 800 135 50 1 J.O.OO 24.00 '1 • no 235 335 IIS 105 M .... (V, 21 00 M M MI.L HALL HANDUAI' 5 15 HASTINGS HANDICAP 5.53 DA1.KKITH HANDICAP D a Lower (i at Lower C lyiwer r k Lower F & Lower Over) G I i A k B Only II < -11 C 11 II —H C -If i IKI MS so 4ii SO Sl.llft.0o • i oo 24 00 IS INJ 24 do 700 LM-, 115 40 l,(.flO 00 21.on aoo 1 1.000 3lS 163 40 50 ae 1 -0 .1(1 21 00 24 00 | %  I.I T 'i.'mlunif.. 132 '(' %  i no on • %  ( 135 (.(( ENTRIES TO CLOSK ON MONDAY. 1ITII H I1RI \H\. Mir.2 \T ': 'MI I'M M Mil till H I Ol I III Tl Kl (I.I'll Copies of I his Programme will he avail hie III our Office. SMIJ^OLJIIIIJIIIin se\eii dii> v t; A I KUM f Kl !M i' iili^ll.ir iidioi II.MI pun. Mtt .nid uniioMiilv nourishing. Kl IM C hi Bel MIIJ-Kl.Mlt 1'"


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PACK MS ,1 GIRLS OF 1951 iiu Itom IET KINOSLKT) VUHo ARE THE GtRLS who haw made Lb b nark In Tate and Carol Wi But the owner of each has. duriJ i>ccome something . undeniable telM " nd .areerin the, Sen' Mi 1*1* as eve. %  '. SUNDAY ADVOC\TE SUNDAY. JANUARY •, 1M2 would have dime. CORPORAL FARLEIGH hai been named in u HA F maiiaiine a* the WRAP Girl <>f th Vi MI She % %  21 yraiold hairwl. and witrks as u clerk nt .in R.A V y to coA.ii U lie* Wrens %  Iklnfi Top swimming. riding, gliding climbing, tan m Newyat-hung and danrinp. inad tba PM pn aa t a," yi ihe RAF. WRAC imtlei the nad Review. type of British Serriceu-omai.. h her approach (o her duties and ).., h;ith. where She works as a meteorologist. When we saw her, -.he had just conic fruin winning; the W.It \\s squash-rackets champi oo-diips at Oraanarkh. She uni> took up the game when ana entind the service in l4P "lie W.R.N.S. rhaatpfcMtthJn in the winter of that year, and knocked out. with a black eye for a souvenir tors are commonplace among the and the admirals on the walls. But when these things come about it will partlj be thanks to the Farleigh*. Tates and Weavers and the other alWOUndara, whole Servu...nn. emphasise the hreadth and scope of life for woman In uniform. Kirs) Woman in IK Years LONDON. For the tlrst time in 18 years the Royal Society or Portrait Painters have alanad o woman member. Site hi A. K. Browning. ailist wife of T. C Uufdale, R.A. Only Other women member., arc Mrs. Flora Uon mid Cnthl-en Mann — formerly Lady Qia*enabi MiIlugdule (Brownie to her rrlanda) -hares a Chelsea studio with lai hufhand, but works mostly at their Suffolk country rsorne. she palnti portrail tn, land eanaa PHYLLOSAN fortifies the over'forties Colds, Coughs, Sore Throats, Bronchitis a Soft tsiiw'od • DsUaisIr psrlwrnad a Coihmero Bouqvsl foes Po-dsi Hh hn.ih O-ngt l.ghll,. • %  •oly, lo* tailing lovshnott Doctors Prove A Lovelier lier Complexion in 14 Days X/ ia WSZ / It do es you good in tw o ways — you rub it on and you br eathe it in! For quick, sure relief rub THERMOrFNF Medicated Rub all over your chest, throat, and back. Its hcalinj warmth relieves congestion, and breathing the pleasant medicinal raPOnC it jives off clears nose, throat, and lungs. DOUBLE-ACTION THERMOGENE MEDICATED RUB In big glass Jars and handy dandy Tins for a Brighter, Fresher Complexion, use Palmolive Soap as Doctors Advised leading thin tpeciahitl proved Ihet Palmol.v* Soap con improve comul-"iom in many way*' Oily ikin leokt lets oily-dull, drab fcin wonderfully ••• brighter. Coene-looking thin opprars finer. COKl'OKAl, I -ii I AhLKlOH. n^ined >. WRAr Oirl of the Yrsr by the Service msgsUne Royal Air Force Review, volunteered for ser vice In Oerniany sfter three ye*rV service in the United Kingdom In the HnifleiitHirg stadium Hanover, -he sat up s new WRA V record foi the Ji) metres. MACLEANS IPIr^S&fllE)IS TOOTH PASTE keeps TIKBVlll Wi!% and healthy BARll. -i u v.','.::;',**'.'.:*.-*','.;'.',:**'*',*.;'.:' JOI: AMI itoin in (13 "The future \-\uw rlonM look nica And Joa % %  i-> s wltn Robert, Starvation at tinl in the basket. J & H with the help of KOO HO tear oi dropping through! ASK \lllll i i.mi run \\ vi Mini i.iiiiini', bveMec/yV/ BROADCLOTH IS THE LATEST IN PYJAMAS with INNER CLEANLINESS Ijfc's always fun for the youngster who lako, a morning glass of sparkling Andrew (or Inner Cleanliness She'ti; ami full of vitality at lessons and plavtimc. thanks to Andrews' gentle laxative action. Andrew* cleam the mouth. settle* the stomach, tones up the liver and ensures rcgularitv. Ii also makei a refreshing drink for any umc of day; iusi one leaspoonful b suthucm. DO YOU KNOW :/,, "AgaWa," dVaali !" ,o lioxijf gat. I km the /,f "Tex-mnde* 1 Raleigh Print Brondcloth pleane the men and boy* in your familv' You'll like the easy aewing and washing Raleigh I* emooth in texture and unusually durable %  ideal for ahirta. and blouses, in addition to pyjamas The low coat will surprise you! -Try Broadcloth by "Tex-made" today Women everywhere are buying it Be eure to ask for the identification bands and tag—your assurance of genuine tub-fast "Tex-made" Broadcloth. rtV/V.//A'AV,V,VAVA'//*Wr'P "TfX-iVUDf" 15 WELL MADE



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SUNDAY, IA MARY i. ltM SUNDAY ADVOCATE PAGE H hut's CtMiking In The Kitchen ? A tra.u'.i %  > duih in inUuwnU in ROOM <* %  -noechl all very good | Ungs but mutt) lighter owing lo the ^ngli>h pomoi. (.n<..In of I'olalorFor • people: English poUloei 4 lb... Flour 1| lb*.. W, Tomato >auce. Grated cheese. Boil the Engluh pouto*. peel them. mash them and let them become cold. Mix them with floai until vou have a smooth dougn. Cut the duugh In big piece* and • piece like • long rope. cui "iho rapt" In email pweai ..bout 1 Inch HBg. ThMl wttto x'Ui thumb make u little boi itiHini.toiling u %  %  in a saucepan and a pinch of salt. bolls put some of the gnocchi in and as soon a* you fee -them float taJH them up and put them In a dish. When one layer is rrady povr Uie tomato tauce and n Ub of grated chceae and tepeat until Semolina tinocchi For 6 people: Milk 1, pint. Sciwlma lbSalt. Egg yolks t, Ontod Cboiaa, iiuttcr 4 or. Put the milk in a aaO) %  H boDl add the semolina %  little at %  Urn* and stirring 1', (-onUnuovaly with a wooden Y->u will -*• 'hat milk and 1 will thicken w Work the mixture with the spoon i.n the fire for at least 10 moro Sewing Circle Titan Qboul Jown It if hi: Lett: Ltllle Jacket in ll-irrb lured. houing Ihe dUmond-*.lre\ The "poncho" Mem*. *nd the -drainpipe" sJggH, The Edwardian Look l.ONIXW. Jan. II. V* had the Naw l..ok. !h. LiUla 11' > %  Look and the I I*wk. Now ronivs the Edwardian introduces somcthing different h nings at home and ends. flaik we go to the fashion* of ihe Edwardian*, but—the fashions of the Edwardian man. nut of the women' The smart slacks of today are eut on the lines of the •'drainpipe" lrouser>. neatly taper to the ankle, and have no turn. ups. They are made In the brightBy DOROTHY BARKU.Y Mtfelj .:...berr> teal "**"£ The blouse with the poncho In q f?L^2Z?j£l 1 hi tooth* of ihe ..ewe* In-Aed %  *** *ZJ*"3E. parti lor flacks. With a wide. g 1 %  >i.w rmM-alft aiasMi *'L '" %  . 1.:%-' ........ I'-'"' week. "OffI just introduced. 1 over11, I'l.NM \ %  %  glasses. Butlers and maids are %  tlean-up is peJl reasonable—dial 4481 an I Ku: IIC B Ricea I %  ronara. f K.I ai %  %  flown .'or thb. • 1 i %  1 V % %  . .. Phone 2161 ami ask to I lumk p1 ..eUihu and tlu %  herethe Barbados l. %  • • • %  Whet %  %  %  1 ; up 1 %  mi -i.k tl youi the uglit d< lw u ^^^l U Ihl ID lighlei minutes Then i..ke tlie aaucepan ..IT in. I l" ,,in %  ann .; yolks, the grated fi ol butter, at'* f rre nee t<. the common or garden UIO mixture on v „ r url> with turnups—and no Q^pjrlgi an d worn in any from China to Peru. I B .uaies 2 inchea long and hall U ,, sweaters and the equivalent of the "little l,n.h thick, Pol them £ wMcem*M bl; ,ii^h one laver at a time and gru? deep welts at the v/nist varying acrOgf the Channel in . top ol ea.ii f,., m >.x to nine inches, these can go on>-where. i-h nil the sweater always have ighll ISiight eii.euld green . part Heh tomatc>-rPd inakc o gay , l|ril ,, )W ,.. %  %  !SVi3ii !" '""'• "** v '" '"oJi.!, lulch l •vrjmitenal. though vlv la %  tnu >'"" ""•' %  '"~'" ,, ... ^_ n,.i u> th ganuaiii. % %  % %  % % %  • %  %  firm (Mvount*. u' hu a small c-nllnr nd loow l ,".. I'"V. „.^ ,i !" -,.. Bull U mp —i r y. '—gtf.... Bl manU.., ,„„ %  la %  h,rc-.-h^krd llarrta J-W ^5,L", 'taMW I lu. t 8l3 bound button. common or garden ,.„„. ,.r our*-, b. mi.d> In any coat. ^,' u '„";'"^..^J^miS comntata b> .„„, poui IM BUtura on ,.„„.,, „h tumu|—and no material and won in any country lo the jaunly. oooi.u 'n !" j. N|w |(| |M M M >d> ,„ r kittln'ii table "r the ua"i>' .hape. from China lo Peru. |M •' % %  a nna j c-u i u l : on the il which haa lo be WE r. Thrr ,. „ endless acope tor mateh.. Ml .„„ ol c It like thai for Itour.tl.i „„ : ,,„ I ,,cka. and So mooh for Ihe '"JJ 1 • •* HhalN.M ihe mUtura In lot the the wardrobe^ TJ £ !" g^?J£Ji T u .„. ,„..,,. and sweaters, say taahlOB %  %  I daairad For a 1 Ihe^cim go anvwhen>-dro..ed d.n kind ',":!.."":',, ,-"""'"''I, I hf .he country, dre-rt up lor the tl %  Jj" "> *H ' '"" rtw 1 cheese shoulii.: it what Sl '' '" m m "'|. ,.„!„„„ What v, ,11 ll„> think of ne7 „..„. ..i UM lop and pour me oUw 2 oj aoerer, aeeaon. awiai "• imp., ~ !" top Bl all .^———— "' loundneaa a th PUCKFAST V uterfti Put ihe dl h In the ovtn (or : you eo the gnocchi turn I UfjM %  lour. /aba in ne Read tot each egg Milt! Sugar on* %  ft vine 2 ublMpoortsful; VanilU. R-angg peel QE lemon i>eel. Various 'o make CONCfcNTKATK This As Depended f Your Job On It arrota I urale tho a Zabalone. Till on u-e Ibragia Jgmei B Co which U a kind of sweet vermon: HI be oi white wine or even R ham h „ uf h a .mail saucepan or Pyrox mixh|f K-| _. , .„„„„. Ing bowl and put in the eggs, the brU kcd 1M ,.„. maraala and the sugar. Then pul ".•"' "' Muccpan "W ,, the full of hot w.iler and | nd he founn hlmjalt gazing al T'.. i UM Kbips In lead ol eoncentrating '' '* ,,' h book in hand. .. anjll Tie>' i i %  tlld JWu Mil haw* to lM>at the eggs. ;.ll Ihe time they .ne on the ii.e YOU will IM that .it tl!>t the mixlure will look frothy but after n time it will become, soft ven light. When >ou are satiscril tration. U Lnj conv fled that t tad ItrnteoV' ,. ,..-. . %  . -11 morning; "Ma>be we have u h.iuu. a U Back l" UM li"'' %  '',',, •ron. 1 il" f "',„,;.,:,.„. Wa I k about ^"iroinT ,o u J .ctu.il lyl hi* mind. _j umd up then —she >erks uon Ol lle .' i Hi'tip on in whan I of I '" Tack ii: ..trm.. nuiig should pg Tl* lining la cut from wiUi the ii "" %  On ihe i Ing line | q Ihe front der dart which Ii onl) stitehed bf sl. ........ ,|, I..VML .,11.1 .... .. %  Ami %  i both s.,i!.j... i d, or da, Ol loti .... •.ft ihe Bra tad add nnflia liqueur Of lemon or orange iK'e!. Serve hot. and gca the whole { Uiii fl wa lcl>U ig page n. faVUI. 11 knowing llial fa" would be wl To CUIM-I.'I..''. nayg tht Oxford nraden ca *hut oui noise So 1 did without |hg mat Dictionary, is 'to bring to or lown "It *-•• the same with net. Fur ten years we ha I . nt .> i But—how ? The %  < %  --• %  |withmit putting In hoi At ia straight on the fire. You might try. I did. In the Window who %  'If 1 have any writing to do then 1 can only settle down i .,. eh.*". m ,l ">' room wl,nout vlcw ,T >our sw. wl |no U t ..uy pictures on th. atch ^orking^in ^^ Ju-1 p ul>k p dulr. and sums It %  at] dot r .i .... %  all ol the %  %  I pressed as for the n Mjgtora i %  ggsji n-w fa-hiona ran'l take -lia|n unlil > Bjaj itliapo .. U julihilK i' naturalla uplitl rvdratod v H \. %  inoiiliUyi ii, In HI•••" %  .>ntroh) yean nuv.-in..n-.%  .-.*.Come try it... tee Ii I Bgaj tat M %  bia%  ieiea are mado only in the I nitod Stales of Arn-n.a. I her* • ))Uudm "fan lor ssfi i | BACKACHE IS YOUR | WARNING! b'lui'k). n utualtr llW firtl lifn ol Ktttof r.,MTi* uwi. • ihr hi—i. sw. Hkni il.. frifnilM cW, ."it.iH •! aw*. hr.ii U.-J ft—>c ts *r aarai •"* aa m la, %  -* W—J *•% %  > • %  •> ana • %  •!• wwii ami •• irli. TWn WIU Ut rMlrti Mtll %  ci*nn'i ripwiMH* and %  '•rr4SV I..I. h, .Ut-t i I.-JMKM .W-a., r ... IKM IMI'I I.U-1 MU W^UT r>-l >— fck-e" (HO. Mid sun. 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SUNDA1 >\\T\SY Z. IKI M MIAY \DVOTATK PACE MM: ^ —— n jfeB THTiT^' '. 9^^* ? WiJ -" i i %  Sc' %  [ v jJS;^ J '>_. i i ^JMbA. *-; *— * — g&A Thu i . general view ol the plant howin$ the moonni *ecuoi Ptcturo abow* the difdiarjlng end or the Plant. The protruding structure at the rlKBt in called the boom which dMcharge* bauxite into atup. *?£/£# LOADING BAUXITE %  b IT :. be hold of the stockpile. And tn* ,i. V % %  i %  I ...! %  . | : %  !i|, in.,. %  Jddcd %  %  V I !. %  I upon looking IXItt 1 %  ; i i which u. %  i i l -A i i "' %  .i | % %  H pui ui) iwo month H^ m.;u % %  "i ereclion u( the plant Ihua Mia %  the projeji \, %  • i %  ihc foundotlor laid EOr 1 %  tank = %  Hi.' hill %  the projiKt A total of foui •'*I • re instalhM! Mid ih.Iti.ftoo barrel* Thew I tailed bv the .Chlcouo Brln. • pans but llX'lltIn! Sen in^; Circle # lr H m 1'aar 1 1 i i %  IIIUAf ti> mill i underarm %  i nunu |qe> hould be V i each % %  ,-i pin and b .,n:iii *-LIiriFJIC I I >• Ik, loc.1 O.tr.1 *£ tank* 1A bin* or wlu. It could be ow of Uio xtorage tanku which .ire %tael a In that *hed there la a conveyor belt which i made to throw ore Into any storage wben the other 1* Oiled. v % %  rtl sntrad fur mounted t> about SIOO.ooo and has been C'nmunpv The Alcoa Stawrnahlpj Company Ihn uiih the >.:>rs. had I ft red their tmuxttr from Surinam 'hrouRh Iwo bargrs In the Hmhour, but those wore i-eplnre,1 •at vea r by the modern nndj coali \y Station nt Point Tlmbladora. Tinsi Lawranc* 1 ii. i' (man dram nc<-rmi**r to April aacfa year, and th ii" tahad wltM team Mndli lining ii i' on a < • %  to hang free nt il • to Ihc %  mini m Turnini allowarn e on lining %  %  i nfnf ovci hem at n-t alfowln| 1 %  a pin lo Itci U rhla a. BBa h x %  -i-.tion. mohlnj -P %  %  %  % %  i' ';;'"• %  '•' %  •>"";"•""• %  %  imework, wtt h , %  .. %  , %  ,, biiiMini is all amrnlnum. HM ii II\I:I1.1. IKI t'.'i tan* d with aiuminui i With thiwml.l • mi iUofl %  '' I the %  • Trinidad, thu %  .1 pie) .in imp-.. I %  %  /eatei Matin 1 the United Slates and Aluminum la i i Ital n %  i iul otun ol muJtar) %  i %  % % %  1 the Aluminum l of Canad.i. \ ship Corns ) of lh1 Aluminum Company of America, nperate li hei These compume^ inn* bauxite in Brltuh Guiana urvi Shrinanl %  i" U.illV by i IT., i %  done in it %  i.iim'f buckets, nnd than h-ii il is placed in bass they are piled one on top the shipment. Thi-. %  • kpila Sugar, when in bulk f be made lo run beh, insti place one loud on top >>i NEW ARRIVALS TO* THE NEW YEAR AT ni\niii:iii\iiN Nail Nippers I' i K IV. in CBMI Iitdian Bath Soap Tek Totli Rnishea Corn PadiJ a Ji Munteiole Tak-o Jock Straps Belladonna Plaster* Baby Cream and I.otlon i t Qaiebea Esoenc*of Beef Nougat in Pk and Tin Bntteracotch in Pkand TinAnusol BnppOHltorle. Noatrollne Sanotyl Tooth PasU r.niiiymol Tooth Paste Lloyd's Adrenalin Cream Brrwor* TeaM Tablets Clarke's Blood Mm m Oly Black currant Patile Haliboranjia Allenbury's Rusk* Btoraayl Ointment Haiti. Wine Tli"iiiiiiv l*1a*ka Aaarol v.*.um Sablata Analgesic Balm Castor Oil Capsule* Cod Liver Oil Capsule* Bun OoKa-le(all klndv) Spot Dice %  i I),-,i.i..]. ,i Pertnsslii (for coughst White Rosa Lotion rt."lv^lllr' %  PlayltiK Caidv [Ml I lu-ii Hymp Dr. Wernat'* Powder LanaleJ (all kind-) toci wnnii um \n Mil. lll'.AH Or BBOAD HTREKT IXCIUSIVIIT A Mi BOTH STAND' .iUncMi ro PUHIT'T AND QUAlltr ...uco-MiRTOIiROWi — *' i ui IIAIililSOYS BROAD STREET AGRIClLillRAL REQUISITES 1ll #.V si Oik IXCMJFBSm • CUTLASSES • SICKLES (LO. and BY.) • SUGAR BAG TWINE • ELWELLS CANE BILLS • AGRICULTURAL FORKS • do HOES We Offer THE HIGHEST GRADES AT THE LOWEST PRICES II AKI.INON'S TEL 2364 KEEP YOUR HOME SPIC AND SPAN We have a wide range of PAINTSENAMELS -VARMSHES TJTi. HERBERT Lid. Iiiinrporalcil I'I.'I. 10 aid II. ROEBl'CK STREET. csn^ MIST BE PURE. FRESH, and o! the HIGHEST QUALITY in order lo obtain the maximum eHectivenoes. We carry the Fineet Range and all Druqa are dispensed by a carerul and compedenl elaH. Sond your noxt Prescription lo %  %  KNIGHTS DRUG STOKES MARTELL^ a %  THE BRANDY THREE STAR FOR EVERY CORDON C • IVCIHTS: STANSFEID. SCOIT S. CO.. ITL> January" time for new TOWELS COTTON TERRY TOWELS in. x 42 in. Each $2.25 in. x 48 in Each SI .09 • 41 in. Each SI 92 COLOURED TURKISH TOWELS Size 16 in. x 32 in. Each 90c. I Size 20 in. x 40 in Each SI.66 L Size 21 in. x 42 in. Each $1.96 f*BlM 33 in. x 0t> in. Each $5 07 •* DYED COTTON TOWELS \. In Blue, Green, Pink. \\ Size 22 in. x 44 in. Each $2 10 WHITE H.S HUCKABACK TOWELS 14 in. x 22 in. $1 02 18 in. x 27 in $ 1.11 18 in x32in $1.63 WASH CLOTHS Size 11 in square, Each 25c CAVE SHEPHERD &. Co., Ltd. 10-13 Broad Si.



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pxr.r FIGHT StVDAT ADVfH \rr srvnw J wi UT BARBADOS c 1— I A4***M* (•%  ADVOGUTE I II MMliUwi Sunday. January 2*. 1952 HOI MM. \IIIS IF more houses are to be built in the British West Indies something more than the tinkering methods row being adopted throughout the area must be considered. There are two tirst aids to housebuilding. The tirst is reduction ol costs of materials used for building. The second is direct encouragement of individuals to build. Unfortunately in both cases West Indian Governments are reluctant to adopt these first aids because they lead to loss of revenue from customs and income tax. But this reluctance may not be justified. A Government needs revenue to spend money for the benefit of its people. But a people cannot be said to benefit if Government takes ever increasing sums of money from them and makes it impossible for them to satisfy such elementary needs as homes to live in. In Barbados the remarkably small number of those who pay income tax suggests that greater incentive than is now provided by existing concessions on interests paid on housing mortgages is unlikely to result from a special tax concession for private builders ol houses. The really effective line of action wtould seem to be the reduction of housing costs. There can be no question of the Government merely removing customs dues on imported building materials. The high cost of imported materials is principally due to the excessive freight rates which Barbados has to pay because it has no deep water harbour. But there is no doubt that if housebuilding were intensified the greater volume of imported materials would allow Government to relax existing duties without losing any total revenue now derived from such a source. There is also no doubt that the more houses ore built the less the Government will have to spend on preventive medicine, public assistance, mental deiiciency and the like. Money spent on housing is money saved. The Government can also assist by encouraging the formation of building societies; and credit institutes can be exempted from income tax on the Interest accruing from loans made to private individuals or co-operatives. At the same time, since the number of those paying income tax is likely to increase, concessions can be made to individual payers of income tax during the whole period from the commencement of building to the time until loans have been repaid. But while individual Governments can assist housebuilding by local actions. the overall cost of building materials and the cost of labour will only be effectively reduced by greater co-operation between governments within the area. In Trinidad plans are being made towards the erection of a cement factory which will be able to supply Trinidad's needs and will have a surplus available for export. Barbados ought therefore to be able to buy cement more cheaply in 1954 than it can in 1952. In St. Vincent too there is good reason to believe that a cement of inferior quality known to the trade as POZZUOLANA can be manufactured there. If this can be sold at a competitive price undoubtedly use gan be found for it in Barbados' building plans. More wood for windows, doors and frames can be obtained from British Guiana and Trinidad. Trinidad is at present contemplating the establishment of three kiln-driers and in HOUSTON, near to Georgetown in British Guiana, B.C. Timbers Ltd. which is run by the Colonial Development Corporation is making good progress. It is hoped that the mill at HOUSTON will be cutting wood lengths within twelve months and that these will be suitable for mass production of windows, doors and frames that can be shipped to Barbados and other parts of the Caribbean Experiments are being made With the production of wooden shingles by machine. If the West % Indies ever become I fntrade area the duties on builtuug materials produced within the Customs Union would automatically lapse in favour of the building industry. In Barbados floors, kitchens, lavatories, bathrooms and porches could be built of locally manufactured clay tiles The expansion of this industry would help Barbados by providing direct employment for those engaged in it and would intensify the light against roaches and other germ carrying insects. Doubtless Barbados could build up an export trade m surplus tiles with neighbouring territories. But the regional approach to housing will not only decrease the cost of building materials. It will lead undoubtedly to increased productivity by those now engaged in building and the greater rewards which will be available to those entering the industry will lead to improved standards of craftsmanship. Even at tin level which building has reached in Barbados and in otMT islands the time seems ripe for greater co-operation between the schools and building organisation so that apprentices can be trained for a trade which require years of apprenticeship before proficiency is attained. A close examination of the hours during which building is now carried on might also result Uietivity, which wniild in turn lead to higher wages for those engaged in the building trade. 1! tht right polities are pursued more houses will be built while builders will be paid more Tht I necessary is to encourage building. Has Barbados done enough in this direction ? Some think not. lOIIMM III Ml IIS THE tourist industry in Barbados has been handicapped by the fact that for every enthusiast there have been at least 100 sceptics or antagonists. Today the antagonists are in a decline and the days of the sceptics are numbered. The reasons for this change of front are due" to a number of causes but the most convincing victories have been achieved by the growth of statistics. Figures now available for the four months ending in December 1951 reveal that Barbados earned during that period 296,411 American dollars, 59.970 Canadian dollars and 154,1.16 Venezuelan bolivares. Barbados earned in other words more than half a million dollars in four months and before the tourist season has readied its climax. The tourist season proper is estimated to begin in January and end in May. What may the figures in June not reveal? The days of the sceptics are numbered. After sugar, molasses and rum, tourism is the island's biggest dollar earner, and until (if ever) the pound sterling is revalued, the earning of dollars is most important to the bolstering of Barbadian economy and to the advantage of the sterling area as a whole It is good housekeeping and patriotic to earn dollars. But tourism does more than earn dollars for Barbados. According to statistics provided by the Publicity Committee people are coming to Barbados from many more countries than Venezuela, Canada and the United States. Of 7,088 people arriving in Barbados during those four months the majority of 4,776 have permanent residences in the West Indies It is very difficult to assess what is earned or spent by tourists originating in the West Indies but substantial spending of the II.W I. dollars must result, even when deductions are made for Barbadians returning home. Venezuelan visitors top the non-British list of visitors at 821 in the four month period ended on December 1951. Americans are next in number at 378 while there were 274 Canadians. There were 252 visitors from British Guiana while no less than 225 came from the United Kingdom. Of interest too, is the growing number of visitors from the Dutch and French West Indies. There were 105 visitors from the French and 74 visitors from the Dutch West Indies during the period September to December 1951 while 23 people arrived from Puerto Rico. Electric*ity Differences B) Gf.OIU.I ill'NTF and another Bill which madi City Council responsible for di Inbuting electricity in Port oi u have longsp,,!,, Sui pernando has iU own a thermal ah rtH c tt g system and It i.> play %  ^'JW much lar er Pj" rl ln Ult all-Island when Of the more than half million dollars .Mined by Barbados during this period, money spent by permanent residents has been included but no inclusion has been made of the more than half million dollars which are remitted annually to Barbados by Barbadians resident in the United SUttt, The figure of 510,520 American dollars which is an estimate derived from adding together the total number of dollars and bolivares earned during these months is based on tourists only. According to the statistics of entry to Barbados during these months this moneyis spent mainly by 1,498 visitors from Venezuela, the United States, Canada and Puerto Rico. But there were also 656 arrivals from British Guiana, Great Britain, the French West Indies and the Dutch West Indies during the same period. These together with the 4,766 British West Indians and other visitors from Japan, West Africa, Ireland, Switzerland, France, the Virgin Islands, New Zealand, Denmark, Panama, Ecuador, India, Holland, British Honduras. Cristobal. Malaya, Bermuda, Colombia, Bahamas, Argentine. Honolulu, Norway and Cuba may have spent and almost certainly spent much more than half a million dollars in the sterling equivalent. Barbados is now beginning to reap the benefits of tourism, on which it must rely increasingly more to provide employment tor many ol its people and to pay for the social and public services it has and wants. 1'here are obstacles to be surmounted before the full benefits of tourism can be attained. But it is perhaps necessary to sound a note of warning which must be heeded unless the whole progress so far achieved is to be undermined. If hotel proprietors were so foolish as to increase hotel rates or in any way add to the costs that tourists have to pay except for exceptional and valid reasons the good work done by the Publicity Committee and so many other agencies to promote the island's tourist industry will have been in vain. Because the main attraction Barbados has to offer tourists today are the modest hotel rates. The island is surrounded by other islands with much to offer in the way of hotels, ameniUM .md natural scenery. Perhaps tn no other respect are the West Indies more unlike each other than In the progress made by electricity undertaking*. And the install Al present In St. Vincent Vie er life than thu Colonial Development Corporation pow?r station an has begun construction on the Don and maintenance is low. ( .i rtr : r i.„ -."v.,..,,,, Colonarie River of hydro-electric Turbine* are .!. vm by water ^wer station which will dertv installation! which are expected -nd the power from the turbine* g* £!l£L f J !" natural w to provide ultimately 1,000 kiloIs transmitted to a generator. The S^lSn^SLi naiun "• ,t:s orders for turbines have already "• bf n erected. Jn St. Vincent and Dominica been placed by tht authorities .["J"^*^ 0 ^ ^^'^J^'C,', the Colonial Development Corresponsible In SVincent and is vided by the Dcmerara Eletiriut> lunmng bydro-elecought not to be |O0 long before Co. Ltd., while an electricity unit* KhfltMl '*• inlioduction of new power dertaklng Is operated by the New Hitherto the St. Vincent Govbegins to show r ults ana will Amsterdam Town Council. MM it ernment has owned and operated be reflected in the expanding Bartica a private company. Bookei ihiexiting electricity supply economy of St. V.ncent. Kroi.. McConnel and Co. Ltd.. own sanitation which has been proSt Lucia mcan..hlle has not and operates the public electricity during possibly as much as 180 been Idle and be.id.ii the expanundertaking. Hv giving the Cotwon of the Sou (Mere hydroonial Development CorporaUon electric plant COnsM -ration la beThroughout tbe Southern British rights to increase electrical outing given lo Increasing, the outCaribbean there is diversity in put In St. Vincent the governput of the %  DvernntM operated electricity. In no island has tnoe -nent of that island is moving electricity suppi.v body in Casbeen absence of difficulties, >. i ..way from a policy of governtries. Barbados to-day stands only oement control. At the same time I'rogress is al: being made in hind Trinidad and British Gu.authe provision of new electrical Dummies where l.Mcau is dein the progress made toward' pome in St. Vincent might well pendent on direct current which electrification of the area. That thi attract to that Island small secfa available at niglit only. There has been done without any advarondary industries which cannot tic -mall elevtimv plant which tages such a* hydro-electric powe. find power say in Barbados. The U government opeialed, will be ls a i| the more noteworthy. To-day site on the Colonarie River Is superseded by ine hydro-electric there is a steadily growing deideally suitable for the arrowroot installation now being constructm and for electricity. It* supply pi factorial of St. Vincent. Most of ed by the Colon.. I Development dependent on many factors, sorm %  I, e f.,. tones .it present us* a corporation. of which have recently receiver large number of small water %  |„ Anugua. S John's is de„ 1U ^ ^UiciK Tut fwoT wheel, to operate the machinery ^.^ 0Q D C currcnt llcd !" £ h aV c .^a.^l uob used In manufacturing arrowbv j gov „ nmetit im[ie tors employed during the war bll,t >' of u8in natural ga s instead the rate of manufacture of arrow_ ear8 on (n u s naV al base air' " ln the production of steam root and t.V cheapness of clec* ,. ,,..,,,,',,. ",,. „. llor t, the rron > heat : the *eond Is depend trical units produced by hydroJg*J %  %  *•"J-S,^S^aE! * * *• *•?• %  * ta * y well be decUive J !" hov nm "•" %cr y suc creasing the day load and thereby L^tA^SKS? "'" TpKltli .till dependent on a "Jfig* the Peak periods of conThere is al orwent under ingovernment-own e.i electricity stasumption. H experiments now bcvSEZm HCC for produclion for getting DTC current but a " carried out to ascertain Barmg rOZZUOI-ANA cement in St. proposal which include, the ,ug^ 1 *< t? !" !" %?*£ Vincent and if this scheme is apgesiion that the St Kitts Sugar cessful then the use or water proved the advantages of having Factory should rprr.ite a new elecP !" P, ', r HlSSa-SSS :. cheap supply of electrical pOWtrical "installation is now being ^ a v might contribute towards a re cr are obvious. given serious attention by the ductlon of electricity <^ts. St. Vincent Is not the first authorities responsible for the K natural %  can be us ed b> th. Windward island to use hydroviand's admumtt local electricity undertaking it wil electric power. There Is at presbe a more economical fuel that -nl In SO'TFRIERE In St. Grenada has a j.'veimnent elecoil. Lucia a small hydro • electric Iricity supply .ui.honty but the A step will thus have beet pi.nit. which supplies Vleux Fort talk about hydro-,'leetrie schemes tnken towards the reduction of ih with electricity: proposals have which has been em rent there for price at which electricitv is not been made y> increase its outsome years suggest that need for Bold. But the real ambition r put. But It Is probable that St. more electricity is experienced In everv power station Is to pulntgll Lucia will continue to use dieael lhe spice Island. constant full load over 24 hour generators in Castries, as the po| n Trinidad thinhave been working. rssjsssa.'c Jcrrs* 5 *- %  • %  • >• %  •SK %  • *•*< Firat lhe Trim Ijd Bl ll k l lj t-mctency and lhe t.y>t. Only Are among our large stock of Home and Hardware requirements The type illustrated is 26 gauge 2 and 3ft lengths Priced at $1.04 & SI 68 C. S. PITCHER & CO. Ph. 4472 %  ideiMbly less than in St Vincent. "Water" is not free as >t>tiA>r -.i i\r*i 4 .lar.. Board look over imm the Trinidad proached the more i* It possiblt ",'. ';.',r conduit* Wer house E,ectncl, y l '" '•""on May 1. to sell electrical units cheaply and machinery have to be prolM7 Then later in 1W5 the LegisAnd Barbados must sell electric vided. IHit the costs of hydrolature passed a B 11 which cstabunits cheaply If It Is not to IOM power are mainly charges against li*hed an Electricity Commission industries to St. Vincent'and othct capital. interest. depreciation, to carry out an electrifV-ition islands, where new electricity untaxes and insurance. scheme for Trinid.d and Tobago dertaklngs are being set In motion Guianese Wins Frcn t*h Competition 1951 Essav Frcneci Revue Ing that none of them has read, ed the required standard, thes* Essay* (except the work of Mr THE French Essay Competition The four Essay* written In Burke, who has already beer of 1951. organised Jointly by the Fjiglish and retained by the Comawarded a prize) will partlclps 1 Ccimmittccs of the "Alliance mlttees of the Alliance Franm the Ordinary Contest for I9a2 Franchise" in the B.W.I, and calse" have not been corrected by the rules of which will he pubBritish Guiana, the Extra-Mur.il 'heJury in Pans. Indeed the lished In April. Department-, of the University technicaUty of one of these essays This special Jury will also deCollege in the different colonlc !" „„i. ^„,....i 0 i. ... n.,.. vnd the competence ol the membe published lr !d the French Consulate m Port, Therefore the following ,md Periodicals, had this year much . decided %  ss than in 1950. A n '" 1 Dw dCCiao *' Th< Jlirv composed of member total of 68 essays were sent in. The works of Mr Rawle Ramof the "Alliance Francalse" it Of these. 17 (13 written in French keesoon of Trinidad. Mr. Denton Paris while estimating that mo jnd 4 in English) were retained Brown of Trinid.ul. Mr. Thomas ,,f the works presented this yeai after a first selection made by the Anton Mclan Suncho of British show only an elementary know I %  different committees appoint*!! lor Guiana. Mr. Bertram A Collins edge of the French language, re of Kingston, Jamaica, and Mr. cognizes that It Is only a begin James A. L. Burke of British rung annd declares itself satlsfle* Guiana will be presented anew with the results obtained thu ... front of a specially composed far and also with the work acJury under the chairmanship of, cumpllshed by the tbcal commitMr. Jacques Lcguebe Freiioh tees of the Alliance Francaise anc Consul, during his stay in France pledges to help them as efneaB March 15th. 1952. this Special dously as possible. J.iry will decide whether one of The distribution of prizes althese Essays deserves the 1st ready awarded will take place Prize of the Special Contest: A during March. 1952 at dates to I* Return trip to France. arranged by the various commitIn the event of this Jury decidtee* of the Alliance Francalse. >f-Spa the purpose In the various colon k and senl to France. In Paris, a Jury composed of members of the Alliance Francabe pr> ceedet) to correct the 13 MH)I written in French and the result j of its decision has just reached the French consul. t.n-^n'i. L*n** Cl*rfc4>*-nU4 Selfridgc'i. London li one of the many famous building! which have been painted with '• International Paints. If you require the be in painti always specify International' Our igenis will be glad to advise on the paint for your Job. fcgtiKred T T Q&^mimm/kbmw/^ ifiMmrt* f.j///r/> 3W DA COSTA & CO., LTD. COMMISSION DEPARTMENT. Five of these essays having, in the estimation of this Jury, reachled a mark superior to '5 out of a i total of 20 marks, the following prizes have been awarded. __^^^^_^.^.^.^.^.^.^.^_ 1st prise: The award of a free 1st Class return trip from Georgerflna %  %  > %  m ^*_ ^_J town to Martinique via Trimd^i rlieruial 1% tiler* lnvMlit{aied Barbados. Grenada. St. Vincent •Ad St. Lucia goes to Mr. Jame> PORT-OF-SPAIN. Jan. 16. now preparing a report on th. A. U Burke C* Georgetow-n. British commercial utilisation o t pharmiico-dynamic value of the* Guiana, for his outstanding conthermal waters in Guadeloupe, waters, the technical aspect of tubution (in French) The Scener> French West Indies, was the subthe creation of new facilities, an if the Forest in British Guiana"— Jecl ^ M rtuav recenlly made in the tourist aspects of Guadeloupe' • %  d Prise: Mr. Rudolph Theodore ,hu territory by Dr. Georges thermal resources. There wer Allen tf Georgetown. British i^ V ir, Professor of Exotic Pathgood possibililies, he said, bx Guiana, for his work entitled „iogy and the Faculty of Modisuch a development would c^' Scenes de mon pays", a de luxe C -IIW of th* University of Parts, for %  he;ivy capital expenditure edition of a magnificent volume: Dr. Iwvier discussed the result* Dr. Lavier spent a few days in "Reflects de France"— of his visit with officials of the Martinique after leaving Guade 3rd Prise: Miss Irene Umilta Caribbean Commission at Kent leupr. and took a great interes McShfne of Port-of-Spain for her Hou>e. whefsr hv c.lled while in in that work of the medical offlwork "Une croislcrc du Colombie Tnnidad en route to French Gulr tfMn He expressed a decj dans la Mer Caraibe" a de luxe ana. ..j.pre* •UIIHHI >f the rc-ults achieve edition of the volumr of "Rnets Dr. Lavier. who is also Secby medical experts such a Prole France". retary General ol the Institute of fessor Snutat, a member of Ttopical Medicine In Paris and CnrlbbMUl R afga rc ll Council. itli Prise: Mr. J. F. Gordon of l^wal S.'cret.iry f.. ( France of the Guadeloupe, and DoctOCI Ijivoine Georgetown. British Qul ini f^ir hi I Royml BoeMy of Tropical Mediand M-ntestruc in Martinique work "Les Moeur>* de la Guyanc cine and Hygiene, arrived In "Important progress." hfi ll I Rntannlque" a de l-ixe edition of Guadeloui-i'. oaj December 17 to "has been achieved in the control a volume — investigate. In co-operation with of infectious disease-. 5th Prime: Mr. Frank KniRht of Professor L Justin-Besancon ot typhnd fever, tuberculosis and Port-of-Spain for his work Paris, the chemical, physical and leprosy. Malaria Is losing ground 'Coutumes de Trinidrtd et de biological charncterlrtics of minsteadily in Guadeloupe, and has Tobago" a de luxe edition of a eral waters in the island. He ahnoa* reached the vanishing 'vo'ume:— examined eight springs and Is point In Martinique.'' Buy ROYAL DECREE A Very Fmt Shrrry HAI. IU:CH:K t lubclla II Rnntrd lo Dun Gotu^i & Co. th* uw of the K..y.l Atmt of Sfim. CN... Sail ... M-i DA COSTA A GO I 11. P.O. BOX 103, UK 1 l)i.) fO %  IRBADOS '.*'-'.*'.'.'.-.-V',-,'.',*,'.','.'.'.'.'.'.-.'*',',-,',','.'.'.'.'.-,v.'.'.','.'.'.'. 1 Some Like A STRAIGHT. Others Like A COCKTAIL HOWEVER IT IS SERVED THE FLAVOUR IS UNBEATABLE GODDARD'S GOLD BRAID RUM



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PAf.f TEN SUNDAY AKVOCA1I -IM)\V. JANUARY t*. ltt QQ SECONDS TO DRESS llf \mirir,r,i girl who U nrnr lull' fr >• ..' •> %  '-< MUtir tijt* fur lhi.tur-fwinpt \ MERICAN gul with a leaVOn fur English. women l* 27->e-r-old Virginia Somers, from Wyoming. She made four complete changes of costume m her television programme Apertif and loo* only l *i minutes over each one. Before flying off lo Madricil -un nine she told me how she gOgeMfM hi %  Wiining dressing. I _h*r no bnigci to get ready for private dates ,T 1 haw | Miss a-tmer* "A nun appreclatea promntnt** in women" Her .ecret 7 Slie lays %  thing bete* ahe start* dieuumc. Including )rwller> -r.d accessories, to make >uie thai nothing needs a las'.~nunute atltch. HER CLOTHES have Ihri raiting." says KII.I.IN \SCKOITS COl.l MN lulUinnutbllity at niulenal* than men. It is a queM •in-ii u.-igning dance frocks. age. fitness and physique foundation gai mints bull Into A J~jg is 4l>t noing M „ TswnWB „„ tlll in* of pound* every ytai member > •iblc f.. sel gllohf u-noi and rll*fabrici iriift^ i rs all fli Your Baby And You < HOICK OK A ROOM H. MB I HARLOTTt: IT IS muat unforU.i that any room will a.. •vhlle others will go so far as to be firm in their beUaf that >hbaby's cot or crib should bo In the same room ,.s Uuil of the parents. I am glad to relate that the era In which baby slept in Mother's bed is out-dated. That it u now a recognised fact that both Mother and child are in need of the greatest amount of undisturb%¡ obtain is %  A ell known to many of us, not to gggaggaaj of i diacumfort that both Nun .m should b< %  Ufa running water; as ... J llij, u, and down. If you can manage I' ( the coolrt roan in the house should be given up for the Infant The n*->m hnuld not be clut]m and .urtain-. Ihd II fu "in fulls live bctti i h nd to hold dust and germs in the end. The ideal fa. progO-J Ig perfected It The legal view be. rs o*mo£cj f^rnl^Uof * wood!" %  %  face ju high.i Kid ltayoti Is put W> fale; .ulon melts, but does not burn." Gherkin,: 'among hall leading Wholesale dress flrms. 1 find that not one considers the will be urapossible for light loihing lo go up in flames. Tried a-uOls ? tPOttJf luuay to one of Loiuloua okieat rcstuuranu —out sfiAUI. %  oeorgea 0udln, al 62. I r ir-oW %  survived the 100 m.ph. BMMUs1 tfaaanj a t t'ourrour, 1 1 : ... %  %  male companions—all I 0—dleiii %  A nursery chair, 01 enough on which you can be comfortable while dressing baby. stand for the bath with %  He hus two rhumbs bands playshelves underneath to hold clean inn m West End restaurant* squares, and regularly broadcasts on the A small tableBBC. The rhumba. samba A chest-robe or chest-of-drawand mambo have never been crs more popular with laW night dancers." said Bos to-day. "But these rhythms must be adroitly Rotted md B>"-' 1'•< %  "!>' ol by changes in presentations. It is the monotonous, unvaried pounding out of rhumba* that b o r Dancer who likes sambaand rhumbas U PTinces Margaret %  v tcxlay. Had the extra BBC comment: "We find these : (,: on a woman's body bands popular with listeners Ifalnl to do with it? and .-mail COnUnue With tnem No There Is no medical evidence WO*LD COPYRIGHT Bnv %  % % %  ,. that women are harder —'c fa Srnd your baby airohlenaa la %Mm I intlette • %  /• Barbao*s Advocate. Coffee-Shop Man B.B.C. Radio Notes •\CSTRAI.IA PAY. INDIA DAY. IllK-NS NIOIR i., the com! %  under: India'. National Day. the Hafffai %  nd MH Ad.liei loll" The BBC will b.o;iica*l a special Haggis. |ii. I ;i siieriiil "' too BBC Scottish Orel Thursday at 8.00 p.m. Cooductof will be Dr. Hubert Clifford, an Australian, who was lormcrly the HHC's Empire Music Supervisor. The piog. amme includes Joh.i ugh-Theme .md VajiaUoi LOrTDOU, a,HOI IB ,nun named Mlchell hod %  < near OxI man. bved frugally. Meant 010Mioheil bought .. -i W.il.icn e^WtMltchell con...,.— llruied lo 1 of the historic Royal Viail Tu Kenya D when India became &,' TUon Itoyol HighnoaM' 1 BeoUttUc wtthnx Vhe Urnimune- Kliaabolh and the Hu.r I 1, iburgh set out next week 1 and three daughters. %  tor India la Use* luttthem to Kenya. Ceylon. Austrapi-rty Meh brtogM in a woas ted Kingdom followed by 11 prolie. and New Zealand. To mark rental of I gramme of music. This will be on their arrival in each country the was Bl 5.O0 p.m., Satuulay 2Ch\ BBC's COS. will broadcast Jaituefy. special programme Bunu. Nigh. s-u^JKr I*V2 s s? ? %  = Ss: 1 ? !" Royal >Hlccs ,.. r.li-1 fhv 01 free nations It will bee on the air on Tuoaday next, "P !" !" by Scots all ... itjDgg Ul the BBC's Oener.il 22nd. inst. at B.0O pjn. Overseas Service will take bsheni 11 HI ..r UM Km: Waveney. 11 n - II H 11-Ji— M M i] n ii 'M 14—n A*k your dealer about additional lisea. DUNLOP TRACTOR TYRES ^^^ Built for the job [3r\ A N£W TVI OISOVES A NIW DUHLOf TU£ 'Eflg' BUNLOP KUItEK CO. LTD.. IMINCHAM, ENCLANO n !" f r'bV^dcMl" f~,m i'hWosl Indian WrilinE ., ,,,, %  Tim'..... com1W1 „ annivc „., r nipper ..t til In 'Cartburan Voice!.' on Sun;.::'.:.:.:. pour l>ut nlM. one !,„,,„• C | llb ,„, mday day 20th. Ins!. Ihc BBC WIU I ""•' ; '"" %  <• 1 25:lt nl S.I5 p.m The IradlUooal broodOMl in thif pPctol proprooui' ,_,, ,., Tn| | nlIll0 ,i a | Memory' cromme lo Hie Cribue.n jhnrt !" ","'" Jf '"" A '""' prootnd by lb> I" "'-' '"'y %  V ..' Itowles of Trii.ilen.r. William Hortoit. Thorn... J.ihn.l inr. ..... I. n.ne re.lilenl in England. WI4 li.di.1 l>\ I..I.II'nem. of Ihe C.nellelilsby DM The RMUI of' Inilr. eras The bToadcnt Irom Iho l>.n.e llorbadian. WllUam S.Arthur It fo.molb procUlnwd OH tanuary RwUlllrUI, C.eenmk, liicluile< will be ut Ihc regu:. lime of i.l 26, 1950. whi.li 'r. now COD) I en.oHie reienlony of Ihe Piping in M p.m. .. U.XVL *OI II SfMAB VH1H* OX IUCPKXDABLE TYHESmVIl 1.IHHM-:.\H TO YOVH THICKS xon-THESK rVaUBJ XHK tin '•:.-. IN A NKW SPOT ;' Jusl /Clew YuriK OB Broad Slreel In Pr. Win. Henry Street YIHB IIKl'G STORK Tin I (1SMOPOI.ITAN "I Please Come in and See . i % Till) NKW (iOOIIS CONSTANTLY ARRIVING %  Phone. II41—2U41 S P. A-. CLARKE, (OSMOPOLliAN PHARMACY .; Jiu>t oR Kraad Strert; In I'rloee William Henry fltiect 4 Greatest value That's why— more tons, the world over, are hauled on Goodyear tires than on any other make giant N il giant tire* equal till' Value „l ill,-, i; Ivear urk lire.. 'riieyaree\lr,|.|..iii;li la-1 Uuglll II.IM*ii[.er-blaniinagr.-.ii.'i lil.mi.ill r',-i-l.in,elake III"i. re.Jj,-. I'linl'wll> all over ill.' „rld Iriii'l. nuil liu"|"-ralor-a' <;.ioJ>.ur M.irL lireore tin wurhfi line-! slianl lire.. >•• % %  >•"" %  l., ..I., .11 .leuler alaiula -. I l.nlaj. V/A'rtV/,'.-.'.V/AV.V.V.'.V,'.VV/AV^'^V/*V'*^v Inlrmlurinfi : The TAN-SAD "VICTOR" TRUE POSTURE CHAIR I TOBAGO $ 37.00 § ill V* £ ^L^CGOOP,^YEAR AiKiiiilaii*'^ einlnulieil in these liniI HAIRS iiuludr — # I'erfeel Itulunic # Adjusluhle Seat and Back # Seat AnaUtniicully l>es.gned • Beautiful UphuUti ry • Killeil uith Culeal or Klibber Cu-.hioned Domes. § GRENADA 29.00 i ._ 37.00 § MARTINIQUE. 34.00 GEORGETOWN.— 74.00 I CARACAS— 101.00 fc I ANTIGUA 53.00 SL SAN JUAN 93.00 KINGSTON200.00 § //..r.l R*al '"'. %  StHM*.tSur t -t;i>V -H*-aW" *" l J see liieui on display at — S. P. Musson, Son & Co.. Ltd. CITY GARAGE TRADING CO., LTD. Dial 3713 %  • %  -VI. 27H!



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<5 SI MltV. J\M AKV M, IM SUNDAY AOVOTATr Parking And Quarantine Facilities At Seawell PACE IJ I \ I \ .'{,075 Passengers In A Month After • ei1 % % %  "' f Canada, and Mr. C. assist with traffic and p — cnf rs Control Tower was maim. IS? %  £"•** *. " r "" K w Johnklone. Supervisor of Airreservations during the TourWl average of 15.29 hours daih effort* or ways Engineering. Tl A Season. She U a guest of Mr. and 5 SRAWKI I TK\IIII n Exruvation for the Mwlb 1^1 Baxter. T tT-H Hcingold and RnU-it PatarUn bavf tar park to be laid on the North!" e PMenger. cargo and nv.i j.uc U 'J*£, he f, ndef Thr-Mpioneers !:.ni.adns Light Aerotion. A* soon as the new gar*• *• passengers and 336 lb. man Freight and Cargo nnd g.o34-liplane Club" wi ^cly .iges have been completed and n 13 flights during the month. n"\ %  ths engines removed lo their new bsjiwsjan St. Vincent.—Barbados mture, building, which was completed in —Dominica*. The aircraft (Grumand eventually held the ftrM November, the old garages will be '•"> <•> ose) can only carry *> meeting i>[ ilu-(hib nn It Augu*l. removed and the space utilised passenger* P*r trip. J'J members attended, for increased parking facilities. IT. K. L. M. At in The 1>. (..utni.-nt ,it Public Thai service operated 4 Charter liave now completed the flight* during the month bringing would be building to meet the requirements 101 persons on leave from Aruba iL crtptioa for Quarantine facilities, and are and Curacao, and taking back 42 of $2500. whilst for a %  mm-flvmg making 'apid progress in the whose leave had expired. During number the ub ? cription would construction of two sets of garthe year. K.L.M. operated 21 U$10.'* with ,in annual fee of *8 ra nontt of the Office building, flights, brlnfing In 308 passenger. Bgj .,;ier Excavation for the foundation of and taking out 247 with 64 inAlrrraft Msvrmeal*: Com Scheduled 2lfl Scheduled .. Non-scheduled Military Private Total n tjag the extension of the Terminal transit to other destinaUons. %  Old U) n.ci pt. Huilding is also almost comv. Kes r i Air Line*: m January. This extweei, lha months of June and ilub. hold tl tinien,ion will house accommodation December transporting labourer* i'aradise Beach Club >n the night f r incoming passeiigeis as weU [ r „m Barbados to the Cnlted r October, 1951. The dance %  lnc Immigration and InformaStiles under the Emigration -.pported by l ' ,n Service*. During the conScheme. In June, thev ran J2 Ihsj publle. and was a financial %  truction of this extension, the nights carrying out a' total ^f All the members of the OBpOCUMUly will be taken to raise 1.550 person*, and in July. 1 Hub Lake this opportunity of "• *<"tro Tow r by npproxi, ; („ht with M passengers, making nagemeni ,.• Wb tha build. .. uiUI or i,eoo WBOM JateToS Paradise Beach Club, British West ing is completed, it is expected to 0 f the island. Thev have since of 1,075. Passenger*: Disembarked Embarked Intransit Hair on your comb? ^fHa*\ — then \ you run the r. risk of baldniss w N^ ACT NOW! M.i.i fail MM bOOMMI the roots jre M.irsnl Of Ihcit nt.il IJ,V! Ih.n. NIQ p ; BgssJ Sihiknn. urgcml>. I of Sihiknn con tain v m OOQOMatnssld li't.Tt. the fourteen cucntijl h.nr fanning •uhstancc* Massaged" into Hal scalp. SiUiknn nchlv nOWtfM the hair rootl and Man h.nr iron ;, SJ „, U ith healthy. hanJ-omc nnour II .. %  COMB has fci*cn the M ing—best be site and Han Intransit R.,I, Silvikiin rNI "' a I NATURAL /000 I .m. and rptnilninv ..i..._ :ight. YOUR CAREER and my personal guarantee day afternoon flight arriving at .?. number of flights monlhh 5.10 p.m. u.d remaining overHS f C "r?", lll i na '" l n **r DJallt, faavlai on Monday* morn"? C ;J^ ?*"****• non-he,iings at 6.45 a.m. for Malurln. has J-T 1 lh J" d n "" , e 0 r ,, ailhne ^T..,„ ... ,np ^oio^ on 4th December, on >;"W b,en advanced to arrive on r ,nc year l ai on permitting the hp mvitatlon ot Mr Bawgon of Sunday, at 1.55 p.m leaving at fi ,....„., I' alrerai: T.CA. 3.00 p.m. the <,iine d.i> UaaWaaWBi lowing; roi loess ions:— ii line operatoi %  %  .; This airline operated 78 flights .. 1 A V wpwaied 8 flights during during the month, carrying a /* month, bringing 116 passenM,,,',,, i 1 o! l tr wn 1 ~" 111 %  Hie use of the total of 2,415 passengers. I pr '"rtn Venezuelan ports, and S"? "yPPly JWin t W H> Florida, During the year 1851. 801 flight* "•*>* hack 81. their passenger ,'*?' ,'" (rum Tobargrrying a total. "nV "* he mi (i.e. Irgn SJ^. ^ ' r -tpteinuer. Mi During the ere operated, carrying In^ from Tobago on Monday stop-t Jimmy Habib" or24.97V"r^ssengeTs'th"ough th*fc A ""t. Ml. when 'theiV r 'sched" r ,wo days nldad Light airport. This represents more ule commenced) being 32 fiighU __ „_ v,n *. Kl '>l. We "—' Trinidad Light airport. This represents more uI commenced) being 32 flights Leaving Key West—1 CtOM from than 75 per cent, of the total w "h 455 passengers In and 440 on ""vember 20th in bli own M.rir Club's passenger trafllc for the year out. aircraft—a Orumman WMVagcj trio 1951. he has been on a "Flying va.aUght Miss Jean Aird of the Catering • %  BBAWBHJL AKKODKOMK ,ll>n "round the West Indiea and YOU are probably more clever than you know. can prove this . %  I kanfe) %  asatMai ih.i i >.iii %  sasstsss -nil tawea ssMl M Inatasn % %  ..n-h be has i I Von vcc. I n fnwi ith mrii h>< •nit wilh The %  I CM I If . tram | i-Onii^ iu %  • >-. Hcnncii I (*"*' >ludl II om. Vow boaki sea iw HK ;s. and it is felt that 5th December, arriving in Barba"T; Tu -, T i'\ w a,n M .L "*"."7" !" • ""*'" I great deal to slimdos on Wednesdays at 5.10 a.m. n Jl "J, ak h e "?/!*Thc , ? umber Mf^'h"* " the Grenada i*gukng Incldeninstead of Saturdays at 5.10 a.m. "^474 IwS. t month 1-ture. has accepted %  larnporary %  seie 4*4, which means that the appointment as Control oillcei. , Seawell Airport, at from 21st WV^WAOWWMMM' I Xvember. 1951. %  111.1 demonatrotDaparimant, It.w i.A was an infui wlnrh tnihait passenger en route to 1 ribDominica for a vacation. During their stay nf 2—3 Ii Tnuas-Canada Air L i nes: th<7 took turns in taking T.CA. effected a change in 1 the H LAC their weekly schedule as from for short flights, and it is felt that 5th December, %  ulaU Interest In flying. Incldeninstead of Saturdays tally, Utc Trinidad Light Aerops heretofore. It is also the complane I %  %  %  dad bonorpany*i intention to provide an Ip of their Club to additional flight we< klv (Flight mtml> I idol Club 602003) as from 18th January on heB.L.A.C. Fridays, at the same arrival and n the Auster as thc departure limes as flight 600/601 llrcrafi most suited PM n W.-in,-sdays. ThU additional •he Club at tho flight will remain in for-e until moment and have placed an order mid-May 1952. for an "Austar Autocrat' with Mr. I*. A. Kawson. Director of 1 100 h.p. four Flight Development, Trans-CanN -mine. Spares for this ada Air Ui in the C < % % %  !.. b,..I i:uned colony on Saturday, 1st Decem\ from the Trinidad Light Aeroplane ber, on ,1 short business visit, and S Club. It is not known y#4 when m a guest of the Ocean View ff ••• li\i ixexHotel. \ Mr. H. Connelly. Superintend5 __ _, , _. cnl of Construction, Department v Of Transport. Dominion of Can* ."i'mg id*, along wilh Mr. C, W. John,ie fnlr hex. nnd it Is hoped 8 t om Supervisor of Airwavs En' % %  % % %  ;1 ''"y Kineering, T.CA. arrived 'in the '" oporal lUd ,,,i ony on 12th December, at the to be in the iture, cquei | of tha Barbados Governore .'ill join to enjoy the ncnt for discussions on the con[JWn* „ dition of the runway at Seawell. 2. Landinu Area — Koadi and to give technical advice as to Etc. — Seawell its maintenance. They left for One surface patch on the runTrinidad on 16th December. latod by the DeMr. Hod McGuinness, Director %  of Highways and Transof Public Relations—T.C.A.. also! ing the month. Five tr*t paid • short visit to the island! purposes for a week's vacation. BU| and re-instated. Miss Isabel Bezanson of the) These test holes were dug at the T.CA. Passenger Agency. Sydf Mi H. Connolly, najr, Nova Scotia, arrived by 0l Construction. T.CA. on 26th December, for Department of Transport — approximately six months lo CONTROL: The number of aircraft movements handled by Seawell Aerodrome Control for the month was 228. composed of 114 landing' British Guiana. 7. PERSONNEL: Mr. J. A. Marry show, ex-Flyihg Oflicei of the 11.A.F the Honourable T. Albert it' %  lllf. Wllhoul Jfl\ I"IJ ill pM fOH, 1 "Let an* t ysur Father *' / ft* w 1*. mMJui •r'-: %  *-.' a SkVJ JJIM— -JJ .- 7 M (f *a. -'*>. %  InUiN.*,,*, JJ ** /*rn ttmitM NCJ 0 WHICH FOB TOUT |"—OIIMI. 8 ssjsB afasl CfehMI \— •urull.w. ..-wnuJ IH \I— is.-airm^^, .1 >.. ( ki,niw, Ul UMI WIII-I <..~..i"(.,","il^'w iaZ ,^2—k<—. --iM.k.4 UeMskUwMi %  >%  < l..t.-, .! NHnaaaaf^sas* It ^*..< SM SS 1*.. sfassa . YOU'LL BE DELIGHTED WITH THE NEW "..-—.11,. ..i ii ji S /Mf \d&J^*~ BENNETT! COLLEGE I Teur O^.r 1 anl I far I 09 l (i.—ir 1 %  . „zz:J IIII E § § MATERIAL! NOW OPEN AT L ASHLEY'S Swan & Printc Wm. Henry Sti. ARE YOU SCARED BY RHEUMATIC PAINS? 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/ PAf.i mini SI Sim ADVOCATE SUNDAY, JAM AKV 20. IS2 Housing Board Discuss Street Lighting Chimf Siitut Duo //<•/( %  libruury II X No Electricit) \>ailablr THE HOUSING i Ihe M that companx i %  of the I with regard to fitti promwe in connecl i ''• tb M< UW l>THl"lllHMI w i mi i N X/XRENKS HKJOICK .. JOB pm nmbm Mid i-. .,! TT> mMa lo daVU' ll% HEKD-HBRa MmOMAl %  WMuarjr at 10 ^ L tNVt %  BROMINE %  "" "•* I ^TTTa — ** %  rnanaaaaana IMR Watched Oui Old mod i % % %  from raisum Ute mono b| pub* %  that, %  "* %  wenmindful of the question <*i %  •'Hurn* hud i ... %  by the Secretai '-d The Boa it tu : ,'l'Uo* mgvoteof nave the Chief to thtn Controller replied -toting That IW i | **prate aflcn I bkb ha* not yel bc*i hit Ona hOUsM and ^c hope to ts*ue a oomph%  piny VYT assistance In obtaining that j, nc ^ requeued to take |r mm t of the Chn ( Bnal I Ktnfftom ,. el Ur Boa. "• llsa Pilgrim Company, Iney then stated thai M ', Piiirrim had written lh< lanr kS? aimi for some aid in The Rovfr. ol th. Group camp-.l In thla connection, the Secretary Deo m the Senior lfodBo • <>mmtsi | he had in-jiected the hmise and acting Hover leader. ,: in ,, wan dilapidated tended Watch Night Sei\; unfit fur human Peter's Church. Thn. I Ik iM finishing to"' 1 house had deleriotated to such aJ I \ %  ,..,, > HI That he did not consider %  ffllWgl -***' erne tBol ffd dlSCUaMd tha DMUiat repaiis woul' loosed %  Strut u Mi r O, 1 Me In camp bi '' %  %  II,.. Spun ol t;f use I r ret ion I r u ** •"•* %  ">•* '" Cn %  ''"• Inland I"" 1 %  %  •*-* HBBry for demolition. t SofHI Mr-day The vlall, however, will Mr. M %  n wn> th tV( .„i na j un 19th at R pm. Thi1* for %  'It of MUM Pilgrimietti .,..,.,, ,,h DM weeks. Matinthat the house was left r-imimisalonar man Mi ill is in i mother and there were ,,,,..,, Bgeaa M Iba %  imii.ii chemea need not lie oav* ; %  ,. oUM ehBdran who had 'grown up and wonovanau oo Sun. Iitsuranre The Secretary told the Boa. d ^routa V'i%it II MS. Sheflleld" that hhad written ., letter t'i A ,,,nrtv %  >! 2\ BcOUta under the nnandal Bacretary raqw Blaclnnan of tha u ft ii !• recaaU) compi. %  .,., %  anaao vlalfcid n Ixiuxei i-towned l>y IIIMII.UK ^ hrlll( .| d pUcinfl ul a %  1*41-1 n.i> i;ronlkI--ted b Ifcc pr.<4r. Mini im HHctf • M (liurtli Servkwr T. M> %  ' %  *" %  lpll>*-> II a m JUtnv* and LDany. %  •Oam .. .. lAasn ntaas %  WMITTIIA11. V :* -m. Mr O P*km.. T p m Ml U. lUrprf U II .-Mi .i In ancient Home, purple uas the 9lgn of Itnpcrud rank. The dye they used for coluiirinE their robes came from j nen-*nail tailed mure* found in the •if; m. This dye i* now known to be a compound of the element bnm* i .. %  only bromine compound ever found in %  organism. Bromine, a brown. fuming liquid related cheml,l|y tn the greenish-yellow gas chlorine, i* highly corrosive and dangerous to handle. Its name dirive* from the Greek i the bromine needed by industry today Is, like that used by the Romans, extracted tH extraction j*<>gCM U aorrtld , of by sea-anails. During ilu WU I.C.I, helped to develop a fart-ny In Cornwall where bromine il make ethylone cUbromidc— a HI istra atlryl lend la %  ptndnetlen <-f anil aneah paarol Photography necd^ gQl Bkh %  "** 1 lM W* ** 1 ^ i,U film* and plate* and many kinds ol pholowanhie paper; methyl brom%  I [ -'< %  ""' i l "** lum in medlehM IC1 PHOSFERINE for a quick g^.^ convalescence,' When the body's reserve* are brought low by i"***"" oc other dcbiliuting iUness, and convalescence threatens lo be a slow business, PHOSFERlNli can do much to replace energy and strength. ItA-VK II \. : %  atgri and I ni might redi abaanci %  Iha the ApiMiinlinenls The rd ( %  •! 1961-64 aeatdoi the Board at i ... I A null. Mi (;. II fj M. t:. COOL si 1 V e l r y—Mr. E. D Mottlcy and Mr. H. A. Tudor and %  "', Mr. John BV t Ki the Oovarnor and Ihg Wraetor >i Madieal Service M-OJ H..^P.< OOM oml1 .i III IdSTKICT IblBIVl M A X Tlioma.. 7 p.n. % %  ROVUMDNCE -11 a I: i. n %  C ItradiHaitr Una \t i .-. ROSEBUCK BIBaVT %  it r I'. -. .1 9 M iUikrr MM i li m Horn .. %  Maya*; 7 r | .. I -r M I PHOSFERINE iu tine tonic powers by coaxing the appetite, providing the gentle stimuhis to get things going again. So responsive is the body to the help ol PHO&HaUNB thai improvement may be looked for almost immediately— and every day wiT biing signs of returning strength. In liquid or tablet form11 drops Of PHOSFERlNli equal 2 ablets. THE GREATEST OF ALL TONICS Briiki Trslini! Sluliun Hcatfag "I r.x'tntivii:. Batfd win ncaMMad i<> Cumniiii*^* n aomninat thai a sip ol n „. ,„ s „„. .^.iXoTZllS .hi *" %  %  • " "'" k "' %  .__..__ P ._ imrv The Finance sub-ommitand I Ml." >"• pointed Chnlrmnn % % %  — —%  -" %  " .; K for the tftal-M MMlon, l>i" %  >'"V' Lha abaanac ol Mr '>' .nfnrmnig he I 1 met Koatd thru It had been suggested vestcrdoy Mj IPlhi 't lh,< *' ri l> r ! woulii lions a month If Mr t poinie ""' Hotannj Board. Tor removal to the Bay UUU ^^..^ „, M,.. M .. CarrtngtOQ und "I Ihink bo would W i"' ' KM, ... DonnecUon with the'"' InspecUng .."PPcfni mlactod |..,,t i. %  HI lrll.MV.il U %  hoped the a^creW-aa**. J hiding ovarog u Managing anal •*, h ,WB '" these houses would I* .cn.ov.-t ,,, | r ,. l|((M „ r „.„,., „, Ull „. Ks ] lu , „ young manwtgaj soon. „ |.,,.,, tho HiKiMiig M.M.id The crllilcate and h...-. otIUe and execw The S.-cret-i lold l>Uiry „ Wl h Bl hw w „uld < %  <" e ..h.lity I an. %  uia Mr. L*shth.it tha lemalnlng eight famines uki (>|I(irI f A f oj Ji||( him lB> to get on M ,..„, WtUCh hMl >N he wh( |( |h|j |K 1(1 aKjua^d Ullh .Board in September lastjroar lor Mr Mo((li M cratary pointed 1 Uon that he would bring up f-ir Mr. Taylor would bg %  at Um next nanilliia ol to Uw ttnuatng lu^nd. but u the Board, that Mi. Taylor, Inwould In no way affect UM anit collector. U .n could be n .— ,. ,.,„.i,.. ...1^ .till rf.. uork '' %  ,, ailo ,,1 thi %  nouses. rommitt?r U v?oi!.d 'ha P "' UfWing.. who I paid paianMnl % %  rSJll ihoruTS ^onnKJv t! ; "%  "d an Eiaafloai „*"*£ .,., .r ...ntrol " Ulf OomThe Board decided lo t..k. t. manunahouanl '" %  '"' "' ltouith fclwul 1 • to e>ect thoae tananta ol • — •._..... Ocondad lor duty at the HOWal ru j E^talo who have not made an Board dorl to pay rant. Mi MotUay aid thai ha had othci items, on UM agonda—.nne 1 the p ann ia al on of the Shopi at Iba Pine, Housing Estate, ns* rsaaeaag ** afthaConvnl quuation of owner occupied af_Lii iin wy Kidney, after illshouses removed by the Board as ., !" ; H A ,-i thai with Mr. Taylor, lo wall Housing Loan*' rfagj up the proposal. a nd Housing In Rural Axaaa |-trU4BCK 11 n m. M „ocl-t. Mr V MM ~ vm. Svanl .. v. -1 inn M(TT-. TiirarrrroWN it %  £_.*£ . ,. t .,as sawn l %  1 ) %  ,.!. ivauonat Com, c rsasraa n .... "-"""; If you're out of *om, take a glass of F.NO'S %  Fruit Salt M it the morning. ENO'S will keep you regular—for it 1^ a gentle laxative and mild antacid, good for the liver and sctilmg to the siecnacli. Thus ENO'S Fruit Salt dean away uajpuritics thai make you feel dull and heavy. Take your r-rutt Sell in the morning, every morning. I .nnd Keni1 %  i from thi i %  1 %  • tarj M formintf ahem that the Bam uUi Committ.ihad api foved tti 1 anariAM M *< • Ml .K-..H M .Kft.i. MI.JH arfdaaam i"_a*r *ilr Tr*tm*ona !" MN1.W JANCABV a>, ;sa l,| ( , „i L—-•*"• 14,n !'' Prover*" Uog I* %  wrll %  prli'S 'i Eno's 4 Fruit Salt' -ri< I ill l /(KiMillf.M'l %  %  • %  imir.Lin ACTION. si(k HI '"' III IIV1 RISHM-sS im 101 %  egaa " urfnl Hi, mdaUom of tha Ho %  j Board that fiva at in. I'm.would e ronti 1 out at a Quarterly %  • of $iw>. He laid that Mi. rayior did not postponed until Iha next meeting .. These spot %  1 hava ••nough to do There we e when it is hoi>ed that the Chalr1. (,-1 %  uaftj '"'y aboul (our %  ppUcaOUU will be present. tafaarei Divine VthMash ML OVER IN: WOKI.I) (.(mil morninus begin with Gillette The Basques lm reside in Ihe High PyrcMts No shae off llieir IH .ml. with Ihe '.;n.ik-i of case; You also should share Ihe iinprotemenl they've made By asin)> IIK' wonderful Blue Cillclle Blade Shtrpan IW nude, nine Gillciic Bbdcare al>o ihe moil cvonoinical bccau>c they lavt so lent?. NiUurullv they are thoscn by the smartest men of every country in the world. Blue Gillette Blades Him IIQIVIH 10: I. CIOULS oaaMl IIMIP •SnBtfd" oVHYASPRO APPEAL Ft IAS A SPECIAL ]R WOMEN The modern woman. Ihfaj u hs doei sn almo*t non-op exinsnte. derrandi TRUE raW whenever pun ra|aaar whuh not onl* *cu quickly but doei r ha.c i((n efleci* whith prsvant her from gome about things U usual %  harmful lte'-erleu uch si dlrsi%  aat dsprsss.oi>. or "•lowing up." Ihu ii whr -ASfgO hai a 1 pedal rppealforwomcn. 'ASPRO'. free from humful drugi. leave* you freh an ft again after 1' r pun hM gone. IME aaaiir of 'A*aao' The purny of 'ASPRO' '*fe H/ky to Pispel IIA114. AI XK THEN VISIT US FOR THESE MONEY SAVERS FLOWERED POPLIN at $1.11 now BORDERED SPUNS at S1.44 now 1.20 LADIES' FANCY VESTS and rA SILK PANTIES (sec.) now HUt. SLIPS and HALF SLIPS at S2.16 now... 1.92 PLAID TAFFETAS at SI.47 now 1.20 SILK POPLIN at $1.13 now 99f. LINENS FOR UNIFORMS 8i)C. PANAMA HATS at $1.69 and SI.31 gffj Also a Big Selection ol NIGHT GOWNS. BRASSIERES. TOWELS. BLANKETS. CAMBRICS and FUGIS U-e Brylcrecm mul be 'ooking hair —the kind of hair thai help* a man to |M "" in the world. Hrykrmn BMBfl I hecauvc its pureiuiur.il mK. to benefl '%  bail ^^^^ and scalp, arc emuhifitd. And Brylcreci' *a^agant num. noioap, no sptdi. • %  dtvblt benefit of day-long anartai lasting hair health. Sat bow nat Brylcrecm check Dai anil haCte to I>r>' Hiir. A>k few Hn'.crcem ... the perfect hairdrcasuig. BRYLCREEM fiLl DAT-LONO SMAO'N I lAStINO MSO MfSttl" Hercules HEADACHE & PAIN I THE BARGAIN HOUSE I T. fl ,f. : OBTAINABLE IVfRYWHlRl! W, B. HUTCHINSON 4 CO. PRICES WITHIN THE REACH OF AIL ingniii ttatft. MIOMTO*N -,.. UNOLIO 30 Swan St.-Phone 2702-Prop. S. ALTMAN Bu# To-**/ New Slii|iiiieiil OF SPORTS MODELS AND GENTS' ROASTER WITH !{-SPEED .liisi Received CENTRAL EMPORIUM Cnr. Broad & Tudor Slreet PHONES 4200. 4235. 4702



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SUNDAY. JANUARY 20. 1952 r\m\ \nvtx\m: "i.l rHIRTEEN HENRV BY CARL ANDERSON >UTIf=l"TW1N HOMES v— II FLINT OF THE FLYING SQUAD BY ALAN STRANKS & GEORGE DAVIES BLONDIE BY CHIC YOUNG THE LONE RANGER BY FRANK STRIKER BRINGING UP FATHER BY GEORGE MC. MANUS HUM.'TU*T "&.EEPN* SEAUTY* SOOTUSt? OF MAGGCS ON MV LOUWJS AGAIMMSU.O-C*£T"AW TAWCAPI "CU SAV MX)fi OOM*J' OUT WTH TV--) POUCMM ' %  U6T I %  M.C4U, i., COME COHT OVGB RIP KIRBY BY ALEX RAYMONP THF PHANTOM p*J BY LEE FALK a RAY MOORES PV^ Oa lM(.l'f.> ~, I Stands Supt&iKZ IT PAYS YOU TO DEAL HERE SPECIAL offers to all Cash and Credit Customers for Monday to Wednesday only M'M'IAI. Ol I I IIS MI i mm iiniilnlilr nl nr Id IIIK li< ••. TnrraKiric N|.( i^lilsl.iv|| mil So.iu Sir,,! Usually Now Tins Silver Leaf Pineapple Juice 38 :l I Tins Anchor P. Milk (lib.) 96 a Tins Corned Mutton 66 0 Carrots and Beets Ilttc. (per lb.) Usually NOW Nuts (per lb) 38 :i I Pkgs Cutrite Paper 58 .10 Pkgs P.F. Sweet Biscuits D. V. SCOTT & Co. Ltd. Broad Street I It I < O I. O \ \ A II I I. II O 4 I II I I •* Wm. FOGARTYJBARBADOS) LTD. The t-iaurith <<•.<> itViiis I III si SJ 11 TN6SI iiosiiiir A I YlHHtii.ni 2 pairs LADIES' HOSE for 96c 2 pairs CHILDREN'S ANKLETS for $1 00 3 PLASTIC BABY PANTS for $1 00 BRASSIERES, each $ 1 00 LADIES' ART SILK VESTS for $1 00 LADIES' ART SILK BRIEFS for $1.00 2 pairs CHILDREN'S COTTON PANTIES for $ 1 00 smms LADIES' CANVAS SHOES, per pair $1 00 CHILDREN'S SUEDETTE SANDALS Sizes 13 and 1 3 pairs for $1.00 II t MM It I SHIM I 3 TOOTH BRUSH HOLDERS for $1 00 j C pkts CUMBELLA TISSUES for $1 00 3pkts BABY'S TISSUES for $1 00 3 JAM JARS for $ 1.00 5 BOOKS (Novels) for $ 1 00 3 POWDER BOWLS for $ 1 00 2 PEPPER AND SALT CELLARS for $ 1 00 PLASTIC TRAYS, each $ 1 00 2 CHILDREN'S BAGS, for 1 00 SUPER S.MIXVS! 11 xiimi \HI: U GLASS BOWLS for .$1.00 7 PLASTIC BOWLS for $1.00 B PLASTIC GLASSES for $ 1 00 2 BUTTER DISHES for $ 100 GENTS' in:i'i: ART SILK VESTS, each $ 1.00 JOCKEY SHORTS, sach $ 1.00 WHITE COTTON ANKLETS for .1.00 TIES 2 for $ 1.00 WALLETS, each $ 1.00 CIGARETTE CASES, each $1.00 JAMAICA H HOSE, 2 for $1.00 &f i OH i.trix/vf. I.XI IIMI' I II I III I I M.I 'h'S IIurrpi in ill FOGARTVS



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p.\(.r. inritn i >. -I NDA1 Aim" AH M Mm I \M \RV •!. 1952 CLASSIFIED ADS. \^.\oi\ii:.vh TELEPHONE 2501. I f I. rii %  M.ni-.rr I r MnMMtnmu bg >'.wff it S3 00 lor >nr ntunbn at WMM no So H and 0 een'a per crd tor each a d d** laMI word Terma Man rhooe BOt b at-awn IHMIpm. 1111 Nr DNU -.11.. .i Mr jtji I OH SAJLI \l IUMOT1VK I.It D Ctturrri K %  THANKS %  %  IMHIH SAI.FA' W % %  •: i m* V KF.AL ESTATE I III 1 VMOS II GOVERNMENT NOTICE I M I M I I'MH I lr.li ....I Oshllaa in. ,. bar IML parUea %  UrmW In bankinC pAcr i-nane MtJ. T l,iO. %  Trafalgar MandlM " a %  •" i ... I*..* n.t -p.*,.r. .."" I "2JS U>jo en* Cla>M Dial MU %  Amim 0 %  Nwf • %  Wffti •••' "•"* I * %  OOd rodl1i<'i A %  ri, 1 i l I Tartar la i u ^ Pim.il MMII tS Nei Term at la* Alexandra School, tt PrWf will re-Jpert Monday. W't liwuari laaa nunuiur :. MaaMrtaa ... MMrraM in j..., ran .-< Mod. i T.UIM drawlra %  a m aai t>r apa*.. if* ur*da*aned The lire*. .M.. Cia atpeaill u ai ' i sen. XOTICT. ,.„....NO 111 I i %  Ofner. SI %  %  W. Michael. B i.a* MOT'-nrvi i ,i„l -.11 *ept. A I. hone aeT RAjnlOMM Mfl* TRACT %  %  •I .sta 0" 1 i.i 1 TEICAL LCWUi The imiler,ii.eri %  reicfuUy ietMBfel lo H Who at funaial. aent wr-lha or In %  nrraird avmpalnr with •< %  on in* oceaiinn i.ie ol Sweet vale. Si Oeonrr Richard Lelfh .Brother .|i-lwi. a%  Niece' ,n '" HATTKIIV • % %  Street VToR K. Irfl Mkj of Mri At* i.ndcr PW> na lali•(' %  HI Michael (Nuian l,otml Conic. 1'r I I Donald IV%  i i 1-ith Pmvt* tOrml %  Garden Pin. 81 flKNITURE Chair* Chair A BAKHH NOTH i %  i M I l>in nonce nin-H oi -i run tr IllSh mraci. HrLda. rrMWl m l-> I'kraar* ,1 l |>m lha d.rUiBdho>.> r C KUJCIULIE" with IM land lit load1 fjcrrlir ,n III II FonUbrlW. Th. bouaa %  hra Kin fi .\ Haodmialnafk Maa Mllda Kslonai PI Pacd iTgawAtot t lha ajcnool TrlBnOOUE BRASCKBR. Honorary Bt CTKary AJ Tiiaaiunr, AJaaMMM M -.. PUISO.VAI. Attcnlion is drawn to the 0 G-iic on Monday. 2Ut Janu-ry. 1952. .xlmum pnc of "Bef-Cornod" arc as %  (AIMIKI. ahfjr] in Ilic Ottlci.il holctaie and retail arlltniz %  tbtw ar nwrawr wanwd oaBUnal %  nn %  ArH-rU>PT> •nil rtp< MM Mr *tM HMa unlvaa N • "It 1.1. T -i-i %  m* ITAKUY NICirrTNGAIJ. r Bav I*ncl 11. .. Baaal ARTICLE i'HICE (not mini" than) 15.38 per 12x12 RETAIL PRICE (not more than) 48c. per IS or. Up ]9th Jar bad pant %  walai and %  * lurmd In. Itpni>iany day brlorm lha hour* ni I a).m. arat S p.m. on aowlitatiun .11 Tor lutthar paHicuUri and oo n dWMia ol ula avply lo COTTU. CATI'ttKU A 1 %  altfWniw. ^> I %  lln UNIVERSITY CO U,I:GI-: OF TII F WEST INDIES Admission uf I'nderijraduates in October. 1952 MAI.r Mill! I I., %  ttfferraj Btrwl. B-idarl Prkrmar) IV.: "n ant ...... load, ffi MirhM-i TS* dwalllnihouM and .it-int %  ind ninnina 1 bedroom luiih. -Ifirtilr Hfhr (iaratr and vivan %  '. %  l half -. %  and ^ ANNOUNCEMENT PROFESSOR WEEKES thia opportunity to it it ii not his intention o help any Individual person, but hat his irift and power must be to the many. Any ore who would Ufea Ml help In tl' irl of entortainment must rontai t him through the Committee of the same %  ent. Any one ho would like hi) help In Ucknai throunh hi* or her dO* tor "i i" >•' Th prlfirt must be ith the Catholle Church of Rome England or the Apostolic Church of America. PROFESSOR WF.FKES. Worthing Ch. Ch 20 I 52—In If suitable candidates pre" i UM University < the W l .idmit in October 1952 about thirty uirderaratikesjuates in each of the Faculties of Art es and Medicine tbe The course* In Arts and Natural S a) the eajMrtJ dexren of the Iffl %  •ndon in those faculties and those In Id AM decree* of Bachelor of MeCucme and of Surgery of the i.don. Applicntloti forms nnd memoranda (or applicants giving general 'nformali-.n about Ok Colleff I (ttaUflcations for entrance aim in outl i IVtlUAIf) may !• >btnlned from the Ret-i I j rfl ,, TtHor for Extra-Mural M nr the Ml :ition in ih( othef O Id A number of Opc> i ..neinment Exhibitions an 20.1.52—In .::'.',:'.**>.;:;;•*•,•.%'.'.',:• •,:•.;;• SHIPPING NOTICES .. %  ii. land conlalmna IT aa %  •-. iral>"itMHurte "h ilili l>ms to Ihe aaal 14 tn* land" of Ctoid D idtoT Wdm u II inn vaay radrh ih and command' a %  irporalad i I %  accrued dui or no*. %  IBT DAY Of JANUARY. 1WU. and lb* %  to ma on or bai %  i "•• booh* ii.t .Uy of Urcrml-er. ml cocH Th* -II %  r paTi.puljm and condition! %  nr i-ATKoim I %  aTanra r>rud ..e. I |..i. n i nos* Hocklr ROYAL NF.1 MER LANDS STEAMSHIP CO. KAii.iso FROM imori y OranJai IM -AILINO TO PtKMtMIIIMI AND %  alll-rl 111 HMA MS Agamemnon, aoih Ja Ift M S Stanlnr. Wh PVb 1*91 \iiisi. u. rtiMiiiu na\MAl*o AMI IWMI.rl (,l l\N \ lllh Feb.. laSI. M S Bonair*. lllh March. ISM. a. P. MISOON. son a to. TI v \-cAniRmrm ac


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SUNDAY, JAMARY 20, 1*52 REAL ESTATE JOHN K4. BL4DOS v to. \t I a Y.\ A. SEI.ITCTtON OF PROPERTIES FOR SALE \ .1 !., h h *,,. • 1RA1M< I1DI". Atnrunpwing barn* with double cniranr %  dmenav available allri appro. 4 -*. wU bud ant With Uwiu. l*nnia court. aiiinmUl g>rBla**a. •p i i. tw ia>ge w* i >. *B a*. rkraaa) fcv wall and lance Trie hoiagr contain* \r, t large .mm. fallen*.. 1 double impound hall, all uaual OaajlM 0P K A i.i.nleiri nicely plait In i UK* loo ilh • Mngle mill lc1 PM %  T". i. llmel. | 1'iins Imm *anOv h un t' popular hankie) Ik*it inrh la r.-rii A conunaOloua lounge' n.ing nxnn tun* Mr aeaU'r 4eaah ol tha hotiee n nn lK onta a plcaaanl cuvntd patch. TScT ar* ] pltuuuJM bedroom*, rood*in compact kite Wo, erjnl*' quart' era end .. | the " pro party ia ideally aituatad lot nu>*t people in (hi. ever populai di-irKI. H...nemeae\ hik*l not i-oLitpd. ia quite private and Ita verandah rannM be overlooked, a (.nil to common with .inodcn. home*. Thu bungalow waa eredll lt>J a> la iimii %  Hfc a Mural r ra-.i h> a good verandah, living room, brdroome. kltchar. quarter*, doubt* gatagr Ma-, Land about ; ana ., „ lOvilKatDL Spacar.ua atona b ollh ahUiBlB loot, v ned with wM la. tenure I liungalnw t well plan%  at Iroiit cioeed gallertre. Urge airv lounge and dining room. 3 double bedroom*, kitchen and pantnv, 3 avrva-it*' room*, garage and outhouia*. The land ia com plelely e..ck>**4 and there la direct acre** lo lha aaa with good bathing. •ftTSATHMOM. Cullodan ltd Xpactona S-.tarev atone honac la M with type of material iarel> *een to-da. Acoauiwkdatlaai roDaprlae* awe 1—1 i fl a rlM reception, dining iaa*w. %  > bedroom* kitchen, pantry. .1 . ,.,..... • % %  Well irenawaaeaded at 'he greatly reduced "Hill II \l.i 11 \i Codrington Kill, si Michael Tim line old country manalnn % %  • recently converted Into apacioua • %  t. ntlrd with all Mouci" convenience*. There ara u i aetea eurrounding the houae laid out with lawn, aluubaarrea and garden*. The -ong driveway argaroarh ia ganged by mauimd raartoaam. lr*c* Goad .nveatmenl prvpeil %  INCAU>. p..... Halle— Vniwrll r mi %  buried modern home clevarly daalgnad (or ean* running %  a mum. labour Contain* wide verandaha, guod living loom. 1 bedroom, with built in ctoaata. tiled bathroom with aeparale toilpt. tiled kitchen, laundry, aervant'a quartan and large garage I'inatrucUd ot atona witb pollaiai'l pine Aoarlng throughout Cool and increaataigty p-ipulac tciitaanU'l PIBHAM". Worthing, Modern %  tone bungalow in plruai.t tral >1 area. Acconun -11*1 hM W-ler and nidderii Kltchlatnal la over 'a acre all %  chead and there ate nun ( Ol Mat MUI otHi Joh-i A n k — ant ) atoray prop*rt> %  ton* built Kitn ahlngled roo' lomadeUMy ra-dccotaUMl iccenUi IgdMlMM inntnalat^ Ing raOBMi I u.-wiumaia, klutwi•r wta • Will quarttii elc Wad* lawt. w-.Habir raidan Well lawPi land Timber cunaliucilo" atotie pulai*. aound tr.ighoul Ther, are 1 badrapma with wanh ba*lna. lounnp, wide gallary overlooking the ana. Kilcn bathlna cubic!.. Oatara i.ivittd HIIK 111 -I llathahr.ia.-SubIJ ,iit inodeiii Mono bungalow on tlie brow "I Ihe cttr? afforrtlng %  late ew o( thla wild ,M.d i,.i i. Ih.n ..i" 3 .1 bedroonaa. living room. S-aMed lalleti. klUhen aeivnnt q .nd garage Ei'ti irli and watet are laid on The land la over acre* and there are about SO coroa1 -111 iiee> liilrraatlnK prapoiltlon llfc-j-jl 1 low 1 MM Httrag. n phiiip-one ol the mo*t 1 hainnnU. aitualed propctti.. ol ihla nnUiao In IB. laUnd. The hoiion conlnlna nve largr bedroom* 1 with hot and cold • atet niacioii* lounge*, dining be* doc**-, wide ahadv gallcier*. %  ling plant and lha llrrne. nardi" planted With flo • enng .hruba and Miada ireo* The •oaatal viawa could haadl> be darelied, and the bathing %  ) lent. Further inlirmntaon may be obtained from Uka aule .•gent* or Cbrrtnaajfi aitd Sealy. lagnlfVe • IMM "ill Mtt^ xi Jar*** Drliahtlul %  g" %  etandah comaj ... 1. gj *gg bench Largo lounge. 1 bedroom* rerandaha. rooma Storeroom* in bnteennnt. OfTera conatdeied SaTAfi not at MI Thomna—A •pociou* l-atorey countrv houaa i>proa. & actca plui addiiiongl J'I acre* II required Ttioea ara ft bedrooma. 1 ktul SIND.W \D\Oi Ml FAC.L 1 II II LN %  .!.„ adhH bathrooma. kitchen, panlry. PgnHgnj it.. ,t "VILLA tO*C11, Attract ive located atone bungalow wiut double rartUgeway Appro* I*. "*• ag tt Thi* well built property rontatna a front gallery. lanW eiuiigo aeporale dining room. S large bedroom-, toilet, p.. %  kitchen Good courtyard al rear %  aWglai Land-. St Jamoa Coaet Appro. X acraa with good gen frontage One of Ihe few building *ltea available in thla e1 lo.ivo area THe owner ha* left the Island 1a*. |....ed to avll !**> propcfty at a low ngute WHIM HOI II IM M MJAKMitt— N,. timlvr houae with living raid with atuck pan*. gamgo and large out-building*. Ground! are about '. of an aero with fruit ire-a and paature. -1*0 conuina good building pint on 11., Mi "MS TUN Ol-lil.! All tahed ara-a Hghi us SKA". Near fully furnbungnlow built with excellent bathing lactllttra There i' I ttw wbuac fiuolaga, bedrooma, 13 with baalnai. largo Leihapad loungo wdh cocktail bgr. katahati, aniaga and (agtantC qua it era. "MALTA %  oral laauaa 1 %  ..i-1 t|.,. -ia>rlling and %  •t beei B ..( 1 ,,„., ait it rrgnainagnni T& !. %  ..-Ida vaaandah. with iwaal -Iiraellvr •eggvaue vgai T*a* Ihree iiedroor.a air nttad itb built .14 %  ardxobri aj.il aiau anlib*--Nr. and UPtarn, batluoum. Have II C well fitted od aim ara aupplle** -11* H .-afar Ctrotind floor cantalna Z caraaie*, lairatorarooma and arivant* quarter*. (round* of about *< of an aci* %  ITIa>iM, LAND, KocKlay We %  'Tiirlnl h. i.H.r .1 i'ual attractive bullduig .ite in a aecluded poaitlon bounded b> Golf Link* llro.1 then '• %  01 nm a NUI tag st. jamaa — An Eatate houaa built of atona with pine floor* and %  %  '"g'f roof. 3 reception, 3 bvdrouni*. •ctand-h* IC.. niao garage and uaual oulTha houae itand* .,( 1 t.i load n aaho ga nji approaehad b, a long diiva.iv (lankad with cloaely planted >ul.-,.i< I tree* The oula aUlxUng MtraCUun ol "Holder ' l lhavary mvri. alta whlcb haa the advanuge of being well •lavatod and cool, with fine view* on all aide* Coa.t 1. lea. than a rrUa ana? and town fi n.U Peter-A "WTNUOVIK aolM on* *torry wtth ahingled ronf, lately elanaivly rc-moncll*d with great car* br Ihe prevent owner. Tha liajiae haa I wide roomy varnndana at front and aid*, large drawing taari. aepamte dining rocri. 1 good badi.-m. iwith wadi ba*inal. kite hen. iiuniir-. aarvanta' quarter* and garage Ground, ara o*er *' acre* with productlva orchard, flower end vrgetabla gatdrn*. drtvewav ami large parking apace for cara "Wvndnvef" ia wail elevated on the ridge. alwma benatUa Irom a t.reeae and rornrnanda perfect viaw. of tha %  aaajgg „ RENTALS • %  ri-SflAW-, Wiiev Modern 1 bediouinrd bungalow iiieely lurnlahod Available otI att. immediate n gi i a—looVIMTON UIIIOI Maawrll Coaat. r-ulhy furnlahed houae available long leawj a* from Feb. Urn KSTATE AGENTS. At'CTIONEERS and St'R%'EVUIl5 TI1K FIRM WITH THE RF.Pl'TATION PLANTATIONS Bl ILTUNGM Pbonr 4C40 NOTICE TENDERS are invited lor tha manufacture ol WIRE COAT HANGERS. A sample can be obtained Irom the Manager. Sanitary Laundry Co. Ltd. SANITARY LAUNDRY CO., LTD. OF BARBADOS SB Bourn-vita \Vll0?H I It? beat 'y'lojU for/(in Office www********************* Riglil on Time!.... nrktrktark'illM'iafliartil 1l1l If van ti .nil an alarm rivefc %  % %  if voit ran U/HUM (run — .1 %  ii' .if. 'in n ./an tn • Hint "i.-./i 1 -if. / pricwd—you muat .'i...... a SmilA Alarm. ••CTOtT loauut alar. i Cfaarn. bant o 4-ick dial Alto .•edahtn aa rkwK rdiacw. £mtt/iff/a\md Drpai i Hand, London. l.nglaaJ I.-/ael OAVa— nranv iilier lnnl,iui( -u. b I *prrt gunlancgV and aajaggg „ %  a|| Ooorion; pral uC Reataarant oherr 'rinSc %  • i-anatant aa-l lira* v. liar lie"! alwn>a avauabgalfeat) iiWtlillUluii tlirougfau i li t wen lorn id" ...rt.. DacartUita TaVa Indira or froag^K l I%  ne of tinn.u- h, •alvaaarrd lorn.i hard-i-eariiit. and nt. .1 | ,.I hiwah ititntigti. ..it II.--1..I. 1 %  ( %  %  1.1, I .. ,> .,1.1,' >ata|r ol |.l ,, I nuncil DECORATIVE FLOORING TILES ...1.. ., niMilvilli .-.-.... l-nr Full i;,,iirnl,,,/>'v •" — ECKSTEIN BROS. Bay Street-Phone 5007 SEMASTIi' (ikMuaae*. /,„. All Leading Jewellers i .V0%%0',-.'a-,-,*a',*,-,','.*,*,-,.,',.,',-,','a'--,*e-a-'-'.'--'a'.'-*.------'-'--•'-'-'•' '/•'•'''• \ % %  T m: %  WVi^'iV ( V/.V.',V.ViV/,'/.V/V.'.V.V//.V//V.V,V/ Asthma.BronchitisCoughing Choking Curbed in 3 Minutes M. \\ i: II NltM'klii-oiK-r 1 ld tli CUpgll BO I %  %  Uilna ruinui.Jf • al .IIH.FI %  matter huw king rui have guf. %  ng tne-aa* raar a*—.I 1 %  %  1 %  %  1 -:r. I ,. r Ha Aaeaioa ia 1 Yaat* .„ %  %  %  1 n.edlalr otnfcai and frea l.raal at.l '. Mr MfiMitro I1M ti.ghl an, *W-., a, l.t-t U-iB-f *JI IMi K iaa right t.> work >lrritrs J ; will BVJ puiil ill lorn I fiiiuls. J' atgaM %  I feel n M I \ I ... .... i. 'I' %  KHJ the fntt yurili %  % %  > i i a1 %  l.-lav an' -. | l m %  '••J laanarri.w The ^ BIY F.lgllTIFS NOW Ij^htttlUr. ihgWI no axuihiblf 1$ :.; in MHIIC> i Bnrhudi.>.' tilths I hi liniiioiis nid indiislriaiK I* Specfat Of for. .. I3.IHHI t.-i :. tt %  naahai Mnl Wir al only >. ft i.i, .ii t,.r faaak*] TORCH BATTERIES 111 lie. V These Pricwi Canilul be Rcaten TBV IOg VOI KSK.I.K Mcndaco OmCgi :n Hni.nl Sir**! 'i talr. Phoi MIHrid^.-li.M n llinl I7WI B**n !l—;i ^ !" T HARDWARE PHONE 4918 ichinq, Burnln, and Smarting ot E c z e Stopped In 10 Minutes r'^4':'-'-' =''' %  '•' '•'-•-'-'•'••• •• -•'-'• %  •'•'-'-•-•-••••----•-• •:... .: %  ,................ %  • .'-. %  '.T', %  ,-M thm i S %  I %  'I-I: •nd matearinf akin Ueralah'* *uth at Brattnn, runpi... Ruh, lt.r*iaiirrn fSartilackhaada. tkafa** and Had Hue* tha dkMoi*ri %  nptrrrx at| M | %  Int a ke*. Don't l %  "*d akin leal t.l-n.ir anil raana TOO to low rout 'rletidCleat jour >ktn thu new ukMUV %  ay. and doi i lei h d akin mak* propl* ANowDiHovt-y hUaaatna l< an ointment, but i %  ppi it II Pfnrltaira rapidlv into ilia pataa and Oghla tha lauar of aur/ice akin blrmM n .eena rantabuj o in|t>il>nta oiKh rajhtakin trooMra la Iheaa 1 aata nd am* the aucroae* it r-.ia.tie. aAa %  v I.. ;o i uti. ud faata aaa %  %  %  It helot naiiirt heal lha akm irnaoih. Works Ffttl Oerauaa hiaederm It tciantiArall* rompianckd to fight .'ur. Iroablra. it aorHt „_. laiier than anrtliii.K yo-i hai, n t m ,<,*r r,, l* n Mfoelcr,. It .ma. iwltniiri i. IIMI I and %  "? ":* %  rlaanng aid ualu.a f"" *"l".' n ',"o''. '-"' %  Ihgl rWfl at la*t ii ih '"-traanl rou Hit barn neemn /.V-VZ/VV/V/.W.'/.W/ A MOL/ERN BATH ROOM £ %  %  and acalT a-m diaaaaeareo m -rland* arrr am./. I at it iiv—Hal ,i 4 ,1. affat raaot Sotlftfoclion Cuwo4ttt>.d N..-a..lait-m Oei Mi..a..i" i n W iou *aU h* aanareo *i in* inaroifi' • i-ep on ualna Hliadtnx I %  t. and U lbtin) ot thai ilia. It rag h .... lour CVailw •odr. T %  '.? LAIN GEYSER a warm or hoi bath ia obtainable In a J g matter or r.ilnuttnt MORN^ J ING, NOON, or NIGHT . fi A 8 tM them \ At Your Gu Showroom, and X i book otic to-day /rom our S J • %  ••it ihijmi.'iif a --'.->--'-*aCd>C--'^'Xa->VE Y IS I II I. I \ "l E IIF I .11 t 9" YOU CAN USK LIMACOL . EVEKY DAY Of THE YEAR Wlirnever : ,-„l toilri lotiun is nee.lrd I IM.Will. i. II... „i,.i..., BaaaaM is LIMACOL THE fA LOTION Ol THS CABII ^alOKtS & BVNOE LID AgaAl.faaBa-gaangj RICKETT STREET .V/,VaV-y.V,**V,',t,V/'aVX.i '--a*#'.'-'e*e**'---V-V'-*.-a'" n '-'a'e', VV.V,V/,V/ ( *e',-,',*,' FOR COMFORT 5 M from SPAIN • the land of LOVELY .... 1XOTIC ASCINATINC; WOMEN . PaTfUflM M ADERAS DE ORIENT .... >' „ M AJA t IIM T OILET SOAP, and LOTIONS lo match . S Try these lovely perfume", the -went i* no subtle and elusive f We Offer:—Samnltg on requcit .... K ONLY OBTAlNAIlLE AT; — ;i Kt*,.,l,* i \ (O'dm) iPruff Star*** B*td. Hrvad Slrrel A HaaUngs (ALPHA PHARMACY) HAMS (Cot*.-1 Tint'lllt'KLN KADD RASHERS TRIM (I*oik At II. %  OLIT/ES Rolgi C.T ONIONS MANGO < lin.NI.V KETCHUP TOMATO BAUCH MAYONNAISE .. HOUUN PEARS I .. K. A I APPLES CROWN MALT BOU OOLOI %  aBROW I.I.M .? fr. B-'ish <>ri*i tt tt We can assist You to Rehabilate Sprue* Board. Sail Canvas. Sail Cord. Coppr Paint. Coal Tar, Manilla Ropo. S*UM Twin*. Figbinq Lin** and an aortm->nl ol FUh Hooks. N. B. HOWELL LUMBER 4 HARDWARE |; Dial 3308 .. Bay Sn.t PEttM.XS A UK. I lit Roebuck Street — Dial 2072 & 4502 -'-'-'---*.'--.-.-.-.-.-.•.-.-.'. %  .-.-.-.-,•.-.'.-.-,-,-.-.•,-.-.-. v.-.-.-.-. RITISH t ERGOUGNAN TYRES Dependable Performance their retofiimcndatififi + "NEW TYPE" HEAVY DUTY GIANT Wnl.r tnal i i %  ,-• %  ,. ,,i iiiipaulleletl tfttptn. A milt-OKe lot all type* of conNTK.\( TORS Wo artnow in a po.it,,,,, to Mipply v


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PACE S1XTEE* SCNDAY ABVOCATE %  UMDA1 .1 \\l VltY 20. IW B. Guiana Legislators Express Concern Over Fish Situation POSITION GOING FROM BAD TO WORSE (From Our Own Correspondent) GEORGETOWN, Jan. 10. MKMBERS of thUnislativc Council yesterday exby Either Godd. pressed concern over tho present fish situation as a result HOJMI. SI Mn h.ui. n Wicim nnd Richter clcsintf down their deep sea {££*' fsshini; business and put forward several reasons that might (ridj> be held responsible for under-development .,[ the nulust in theColonv ptssu I Bicycle, Foodstaff, Batter} \nnmewhal. • Froai Pace |> linuuiti. Urn .Kiit.-, uf UM BtctadM cnekat A.-W.wium. ui 'Scout* sn again ui'iim ii.tn ..t r.4: H g| Ml pn graastBM i->-ru and ushering. No niiiibt it u. a ver> pleasant Good lunt ix-caiiM* they ..re afforded UM opportunity I*. >*e some good 11 too: Di S Krudle of Stony Ciosl." **•" ^'JJ'* "' Wor "' on out of th.daWorthing. Chrl Their llul ued $6o.oo OWH..J of Wi stolen from th PuUM I.u %  o.oo and io as GEOIH.HTOWN Jan. 10. m of s-.M86.ir0 hu been red from the Centi I H II it ,n |ld o! j.mik'u to Mr. It. Gajraj, Ma/01 0< own, who is Chairman 01 1'nims IIIfOIIIM>d IIKill %  Hi i RaUsfl ConunlthW member* of the kamUHiN it that h ted that a quantity of food'ntuiT l>umig Uiu bui week Oi their valued *i3.ff was stolen froBo school vacation, ten |sa Scouts ol his home between 10.00 UB Michael Troop spent "(K) SJB -ii KnI'Hir days at Iheir Headquarters, day. Needh-nis Point Their main mtivity wus the painting of their A battery valued $34,011 WSJ Scout Hut. From outside appear-tolen from the BOO I ( they have done M 21 whUa II was parkad In quite a good job No doubt they the yard of the Barbados lec want to be sptc and span when Bay Street between UM Chiet %  rrtvaa on lllh Teb I oinniixioner for the Midland Area Oni A H c Campbtll baa a '.-pied tho Island Commissione: it.ition to boeoano Commission "i tinM.itl ml Ai'eii Tin* Aii'.i the Parishes of St. Joaaspb, St. John and .. part ut st Mirh.K'l. Thtwoftvo Seoul Orotlpa In the Area rid there will be four Assistant, HardshipLgn.nilnis told of .he hard1,m on Frtd ay ships suffered by Usher men par,l th property oi %  Ueulwl* in the outlying district* I"" 1 *'Th '' n reported ving SB} refrigeration at bv Clifton White ^ their disposal to preserve then bcttea spoilage, Insa of D .mil BastSt) Among inconveniences and as noted UMI B %  : men who had for a long • I-ml -• ,'hli,l|" ul IIULI. %  Hoad. Ilitnk Hall, report•-<( thai two tuikevs were stolen from the open yard of fasass Mllllngton of the same addre^ bt %  % %  .> % % %  tjk I ..,i in.,. At the first inctink Of UkS Fire Relief Committee, on t uestion of Mr. A. A. Thorn itson. Of the University I the West Indie*, a cable was eent to the G JamHi they partments from which loans wer< pOSSabaS, nakB .idv,inr's '.. %  i ns ll ore ws no Insuranet llltfi (*rt'llU4.ll Police Fo*cc active ided tfl duMas. Old Scout Returns l Active Service Wi -ne also pleased to announce that Cspt B. A. Baal* baa aeeapl.here "" % %  view w ooiaimiig I.I,I.II ui naa i J>I-" MM ••• •ed the Island Commissioner's lnvl; .,„ .,K.*.Vi !" L iL. che and maintaining a beUei ..pply for six vacancies In the Hllon to become Asst Commis.OJ/O^MT.^ IK"PP>) " '" e eommunily. it mi rrrm*r P Troop I*;! Of sufficiently long experience to RUalifylllBj educationally, six will where he became .. Flrsl Class • nilly anxious to help '.. it would not his power to authorise the diversion of funds collectci! public loi other purpose. He a>l< I ever, that he would of no objection to th> Urn thrroMectlnn for the .laimici • %  Relief in vn of th nj| ke .i iolli'< UOn f"i ', lief in OeorrHown. i of the reply i Ml ill the dsskj i • nient was B0f %  '.hen the boots CO to the lishcrnii'n. iiquireii to lake a medical s .' aelecUon. Th. rfJJ be placed i-r and Patrol Laaatssl. Btefa he will superFirs! Sea Scouts. GarCkM member did not tlunk thenneed be such a shortage and at tnbuted much of the ) the fact that people. through ignorance neglected tha skin-fish Oil! Bg ...IS ..1 ... ( gj I. era Inserted In UM dalrr lurlrui the whole 12 month-. >f .• new-oapers lntlmtlng that if year fishing was done in limited The Conduct ters and there muM necessarCecil Archei nbteellon* to lhe transfer o ih* ,| v be a falling off in the nt %  i hand fir latetatCfl thn D f fl sn | nn t could be • %  %  Id be 'nrned over t 'he nr Br)tai f ... Relief Cpmn WSJ nn ohlectlon Police Hand 1/ Eaptanodi Inj fin lhe PoUea Band's monthly tf.e memberc of the Barbados Con,, I made hngent should be read] for puh'ginning at *.4S this ill b. I i..... n> fixtra-Mtfral Dc/Htrl/npnt Hill 9oeka To Clear \\ av For \fu It.... Coiistilution ursa of lectures op loonOBaic Problems given by Mr. K. %  B A will bs resumed It %  i Y.M.C A. Pinfold Street, on Mitt January at 8.1S p:.: Tha Mils of Uua lecture U I %  ll.llt." Ir. H.A. Will itig provision for golvsrsal adult i of a .cries of !>• suffrage has been published Ii Iceturg omenU • Chemistry the tlrsi Official Gaxette for 1932 H %  Im knah Thr Swan Ufa i.. Lit..... 1 %  rates* %  %  ..,. •IU.I. g| -Haliai tin.'., - K.pln 1 1 V. ..... %  j. tha. SI .-,,' .'.I %  IU P 1 .1-" 4 g) |A1 %  no "1 "(iF(IIHIETOWN, .Loi in Draft of a Bill whasi s.^-k.s to amend the Legislative Council (Elecli.)iiM Ordinance by makCrfw Rescifed W\ Grace 01 God" Msmbera also n 2and .,t MM B %  PORT-OF-8PAIN, I Colleaji Laboratory The prim .i tha H is only through the grace I Jftth at 8.WI amendment a! this time and nt God nnd keen manoeuvri Hi In advance of any Othai COBBSBV b) our captain UMt f tho Youth Group lulional amendments it is ,-x|,. ,.„ ; ,i,i,, h cOtno to TTtnldad reminded that this repinned is to rsm .. ni .. rosjfa Roi all ihsM anwsta on tha mud s on Tuesday Januaiv lot Of voters prepared with the banks of lhe MaruiMi M %  dalajr. oti \. thi ero of tha BKML, motor lhe new lull pgopooai that Kits Mlt > ur( ((|1 M, • hall be entitled to i-ragIK^,, stranded on istered as a voter in .my 0M rineg ik-mtiU-i M, i I electoral district If he (ai Is a V ere taken oh" bv so Brttm subject of the age of II h.md" on Frld.iv last, 13 days years or upwards and (bi h du h.ui Daniel of Bank Hall, aide in the Colony for .i perm.! DurttsJ thOSS It dayi Of H*htst. hUchasf win ba bald by His of at least t | ite|„ K ;,ginst the aoa Mr E A. Mcl.eod CmV bef.He the dat. n thc ^j, against them thev [ District "A" on Thurdav "" '* i.t that )llln|l ^, ul 3 UO bags of ihelr ., ttod to the ''•"'; %  " tO has roaide-i In tha ., Trinidad Hospital Otl DeceiuU., .ii "leeloral district in which bg. rolvod in .m ., ^''"" ; "; ' regrtered for i l Thombuis Hill, lie I" 1 "" 1 "' "" 1 "" ' x monln ex! week CANE WEIGHING INSPECTORS RE-APPOINTED Us Cane-weighing Inspeitotg who have been re-appointed to supervise the weighing of sugar cane at factories in 1052 are now working under !he Labour Department in the following Districts immn Ha I — Mr J M>U. n. % %  '• Carnastaa. r.>urlo Loam btahi. %  o.io.i si Mr r A. %  .••-atifJir • UriuM'. Cliff. TtirrrHSUSI Q %  .i OLOirl \. I Mi X S Vaaaa-n klbol K.i.rt.1 Aurtr.w.. Jox %  ran vin an >. s.i-.,,, iraai ins*-!swmii,. Vauahaa ind Apple* Ha He* DfcMHM S. %  Mr M MllktooII r-airtMd 11. i l-n. Porurs nd Warrant In Touch With Barbadoi Coastal StMion Inquest Thurstkty The %  ini|M^t into the Ctrcufl rounding the de.itb nnd SI the !! %  | 17 and tu BOJtl ihiy %  pswt nmr|i in St the Hospital Mortuai\ bt f> f L Ward %  % %  %  % %  -is before tha %  Uon, The "(---I roller* dlsquallAoa" DOVERS VS. B DOS FOUNDRY TO-DAY twosn Dovot C-C. and onu with lunacy, certain tsn'^ ""' f L Courts. '"!'; '" *>' K aj to virt %  of pu. n flection MAIMIMMIS roi M> n %  Until lbs n i.J rotsn undoi S**nnei I %  i luffnaa no completed H "•• ^ Poiter. .i Osi-unu. i;. ,t w..ui,i i, ... Ite C troney. L. Ashby, atecUort under the exH Matthaa (ISth aum isiling .onslitution and suffrait. IKA'ER C.C. %  mas. They arc the propThere l*. therefore PIOM ...,, \ OtHUB) (Capt.). D. Price C. erty of William WstSOn of tha the Rill foi Uie siispinsioti of the Atwcll. V. Jones. I. 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%  "'I aittoi j^totatc ESTABLISHED 1895 BARBADOS. JANUARY II, 1952 i'RICE SIX CENTS Jamaica Replies With 296—9 In First Innings Batsmen Pinned Down By Bowling A STEADY BARBADOS BOWLING ATTACK spear-, %  iu Prank Kinj> and backed up by good< Aeldii I imalca down to a score of 296 for the ECUS In reply to Barbados' first innings score 1 i %  third day f the first Test came to a close at K' %  i lay. J;imnica will imdniibU'dly have to follow on early when i innme continues tomorrow, they briny still 4.">7 nnis Dtmnd the Barbados total, with one wicket to fall ^^^ A crowd of over 5.000 witness "*i ed the game and saw the Barbados pacermn Frank King and H. Barker deal two curly bio* a ban ..! two adcrasSj for 1 rum King wont on to bowl with n and finished with the Hoi I for 58 in 21 oven C. B Williams also bowled well to claim 3 for 88 in |1 The Barbados ground fielding was exceptionally good, and at icned ;. ftastoara nt brUy. • i ,;!>t Off B ii ii ft-hand i I | %  tan Coodridgc DM hall earlier driven hard tO '•><•MBBM position. Farmer BtUng hll hand to It. til the Jamaican batsmen. Thornun i I\M in n n> A I.IOIITKIHO return by Farairr t hands, but Binngot horn* in tune. i e*i Tlir hall i* in the wicket ksepwEgyp I 67/ a rges That U.K. Cruiser Shelled Port Said livi pec I iee p i %  I . rax -I %  1 If aatasaSn'fl I* Ik USSIil S I \\ ill Ilo III IX'~l (MM* N BHersNMV) i n Mil i t>n and Btnna who earn* ""t srtth the an) I HANK KIN*. E. Gernuui] Offers V>\ltun 'To West GermMii i Infotmad Ba %  %  tu all W rain) %  i law" Is %  '.' n UD I'V %  • i id will l>e oa P ii institute %  .lefence DUropa %  %  %  %  %  .l.n In u might in the unmunisl aggression —CF, I .V Muil I i^hl "\H 0m War" If [Yttce Talka Fail WAsUOMGTON, Jafi. U i Robert Tali -led Nations 'apI but to light an all out war* with I China if the Korean ,.-. fail The Republican %  HdaM HM ba baths exten si on of Korean lighting !u include Immbing of air 1 ..... .II lied China %  a ihc conflict %  night M>, I don't think Lift faced a barrage of questions from the . high school stu%  r.i'. Hritish Open Fire In Isinaitia Jan. IB. %  %  / %  % %  mm kiUad iini.. %  %  [.. : i Roman Catholic content. — Tough %  i |o move hli tro.'i' %  town of %  th> *nd murdered a noi. -V-P l> ihow class. th an ana occasion hookJ ing jiace bnwlei Marker off hb> chin fm %  II I tain ft • %  iightrut ttef M rinlad I th Kround to the l-nindarv. and lh 11 four.Rmk High* Churchill Agrees To Break Off & _, U.S. Naval Chief Truce Talks i %  %  ThnrhMHrn PANMUNJOM KOREA. .I.-T |g K i irmlatlca talks %  tgm thai ihe Communist* might break them off. Th day's only favo >iment and it was only tentative, Churchill is leaving W inf %  he Communist agreement ion aftei reluctanll> admitting m principle to a matting %  Stall Han Britain no kngar rules lh* in hll Officer level ?.. to to ^--rk out n M v Tht bitterest pill chur•alaguard agaii ki .hill ha,i to .wallow was his prlsoncr-of-wai agreement al the last meeting Bul tba Rads said thai lhaj with Trutna* i.. oeaat uppiwition aot ready to stardUKtnt* i,. the ..ppoinlmi-nt of a United limaiea -tnrted their slo fi *T becau * hev n " '" Btalai Admiral to be Supreme flrM inninas with John^ fteacod ,, '' ,,|VC 1 ' -" Atlantic Naval Commander m the ^w,ed from the southern end t, £*S J^ SSSTSSSlJ^ ^^S, '"^ Z£ World War I wu rirst Lord of the Admiralty, had been saying thai ba wuuUl ationglj WASHINGTON. Jan lit. King Iknrts %  an; .mil Mulish violent %  I I wit I %  1 i m wltnasBBs. I ani —I British l'i umMinister Winston Chun lull will lvavii train .a noon to-daiy for Nanv York, and hail aboard % %  Qsaagai Mar) on Wednesday foi England and n homel.n disturbed by aoroo of his decisions -ntpetuiiK on thtFar ", East reached in conferences with Truman. Ita smaller gun French Launch town Tag UveriMHil llritiih wai I Ian ei %  %  %  %  %  ... %  %  ui.it Prescod who singled to mid off and later Thurbmirn opened his account with a couple tu mid wukcl Barker took charge from the imi-Thcrn end and with hi* fourth delivery—one which lifted -Preseod hooked la give Williams al square leg an easy catch. The seote board then read 4 1—1. Saunders rilled the breach ami %  rat* soon off the mark with a drive to extra cover for a couple. In ... *t over. Thorbmirn sinSled to point off the second and Who went down to face got his pad in front of UM fasjsd and an appeal for leg bafor* was iiDheld bv Umpire Foster The M.ie bo.ird read 1 2 -2 Neville BonitU, the Incoming was quickly off the >N ,, single to fine leg. Thorbourn ]>layed out the remainder. Bonltto sent the total to doubts figure* with an on ,,,,, %  .f.nthroe off Barker's lat delivery. King continued from the soutriarn end bowling with three slips, a gully and a cover point. Bonitto however singled to the right of %  illy mid on and later pushed one to cover off Barker for another --ingle. Thorbourn ondrove for a couple and then got %  txmndary with an off drive. He glanced the fifth to fine li white Bonltto played the last I quarters. Both wb-OonMnlttaai %  orking on the armistice agreed \ t meet again, despite the gloomy UtlKOk Lowest Khh %  BoundaryNegotiatt esl ebb since last iiimimr these rapid fire development 1. Conununisu. charge.i "grave protest' that United States Jet planes machine-gunned a marked Kcd truce dalogation convoy on the Pyong) song Highway yesterd;.lh. United Nations pnMnksad I full investigation. 2. The Communut newsman. Alan Winnington, a soil of inofficial Red spokesman. UaMBsad the "atmosphere in the truce oonteanca to that of last Augusi 22 when the Rexis bloke off the talks for twe months. 3. A U.N. delegate hamici the Reds a virtual ultimatum at another "no progress" session oj Ihg Truce sub-Committee by warning thai there can be no agreement unle.s the Ited.s accept r >" %  >" %  •' %  ''•• %  > \ l'i-' % %  S.HI. Hi r h UOO| IftaC .vUA Command ..f .e All.. utiate, mlanlry artilleryinght their way Ihi 'i i MM 'ni, agree.l yaatardii "*'h naval -nits j.^ne-l in m .II .: % %  %  % %  | %  Wi L > istenci %  %  %  %  %  %  oa 'll,.,l-.urn crashed King liimugh the o|#n mid off gap to the boundary W make his si 14 The total was m 24 wilh Bonitto 8 Bonitto entered double figure with a cut off Barker wnicn wm high over the head of Proverbs 't gully and then singled wide of Marshall at atlly mid on. Thorbourn who went up to face, got and hooked a ll-ikei to the line leg bnundaty to send the Bonitto cut one fiom King illy u, the iMMindat. and ngk-d wide of lfoldei illy mid on. Thorbourn also helped himself to a Single in this over with a push to mid on Barker's next over vielded six %  to long OH hy ThoTbourn gj i la paae 4 KB StMialisls Will \<>l Tke I'arl In Failre's Govt agreed 1 American Admiral br apa pointed, but reaerved his right to i hangc. Hiei n rtl) after he had 1 i.• i the expansion of Ihe aieof control of tin ft UH Home Fleet to another 100 miles •rev) of U* Lynda I) Mi C Comma-, %  Atlantn %  ,-i.|ati--l the most likei %  ,band at ihe N A.T.O AtlanllC Naval Command. Military Matter* On mllitail matter.-. Churchill 'lie too well during hi 'II having Atlantic i.inand' was rebuffed itronguganaajon tiiat the U.S., France ami Turkey sand %  Egypt '.. help the British prolccl the Bugs t*;il UM Eg] pH Churchill ,..nc.-d t,, mvc at least moral support to Die U S plan I., earn Ins Koreas "ai %¡ II.. i with pinpnint stratcgK bombings if a tru i reached—is broken. Bn* lion to this has been unfSvour-1 abk i Minister Wlnalim' Churchill arrived by train in ti-day emhng his onVial visit to the 1'i.it. %  I.-:. I [ton Ihl month Hi pn II. I %  15 Div In Itainslorms •suit VTetn imh Comma guerilla has aroumi is.onu man them bach srHh hi IVJ HI the Nam Dinli district The gun fire Kn-rii h attack was Mid I" bf pro-' greasing rapidly. __^^^_^__ Nam Dllih is .in LBS] ni... tin Ing i. iiti %  %  %  %  ig msrkst growers and) %  %  jM f..i .i long lime has infiltrated this area atii.i i %  ki Inspptng Viet%  %  %  from guard posts. the first DaSh %  ii.. Pram h n ; %  i cU| nf Phnl Dien. '•• mtli ea>t of Hanoi I IV %  utaai in. i p 36 Missing In Plane Crash Bl ATTI.E. Jan. IS. A new in -4 airliner carrying Id pen rnnel home fi m .... -d in the Hecate Strait MUSS Cc4umbla coast early to.<. van wen n %  ued bj -aid in I %  %  I • %  I'.ii In the i I %  fair weathi r si i mgiit t iss rin g mud %  deaths In us make It the woi I since March 3. Ifl i r Soviet Demands Rejected %  VI.V, p I %  %  %  %  %  I I p M. v a rorriN Com iv'inled. <>n this i. rs. Holx-rt Stani FredBarrew. Wood Ooddsrd D RetnfOtd 11 was deii orwn should bo I nraltae wilt hold its first mi Wednesday next % %  i i.-i i onatnarU -u-awell This I i.-ximately 40 i lll hold on* %  I'M %  kra aiab the ihe Treasurer. Mr. lid -Although r ii. MIS', over 30 members SB getting *< % %  lying membci (lying sio A < hii.rehill—IVailt'o Meeting Su^esitwl PARIS 1 %  . %  ... to ike Bpensrii roi meet m ;. eral .. Franco ranged I Ig .ii.. Barueh In New Yolk until he sStl next Wednesday aboanl the llanc S IB en route frSSB Queen Mary for Fngland The I to McChord All lures ban Prime Minister was seen off byifecorna. Bran and jilanes were The French S lUt pan told'* Pr^^'dent nnwd of Nationalists in th Ar> %  %  Strikers Cuuse SuMH'iision Of %  i "Daih Gra|thie" IX>NOON, Jan. 1 ; Pickets ringed the office* of the Kerns ley newspapers h. forcing the suspension of Ihe London morning tabloid the Itally (iraphlr. It was believed to be the first tme since Britain' Oensrsl i28. thai ti %  newspaper failed to api" U %  %  litusrl %  uli work tail nnfht following the 0 I thai H was ahlftlr, : got Ihe Henda* Oraasal %  assasy i hr ir i,. u hficluding the Mancheatsi eaitean .;f lhlull, f.raphlr w I'.P. ...it of one wiiuf was tUU rlsll U \ ibove the rater .eaperteil jrow boat to the reacue .,f -i.r. W eather Hinders Korea Fighting %  Kan i In K.. in the Mai Uon Rh< • %  ... i %  %  I" %  the proclan free navigation on the high u Rhee's move with the UM UN havi Islands off the North K I | |f g lh IV%  %  %  '. BATHMAN N'ville Botalto l -lirroundpd by players after %  a was Htnick on tlie hsad by a n-inj h.il Irom pacer Frank King. Taerboum Is UM other bstaaun. 120 INJURED AS BRIDGE COLLAPSES LANCASllll:! About 19 whet, :i / ore ... than 30O returnim' I ,mr i r %  Police arrested som. ks a fe w minutes lbs tracks with demonstrate. In front of the Resi-'the wreckage of screaming, mosrI dent General and attacked shop Ing and Injured men, women and I windows with stones.—L'.f>. 'children. vr RTll ARMY H'QUARTERS • RorSSi Jan BtttSI winter wruthcr |th : % %  '. f %  .• tloa on the Kon ai front and only Iwo United Nations pmwled oii before dawn, slasheil ... I-, Ussb bos* i .trols worked Unas at 4 .• n. %  .' K 4 village of Panmui m tins eame i a He-t platoon triad I 'hiough the Unite*! Nations outI hat raid ,.;n-d and turned back t<-r an hour of nghtinu FiftN Airforo H report that in to 18. Communist ground down eight of the Fifth Alrfdrcc F40 Co. 0 Bhooting Star one FB4 Thunderjet and one B21 light Communist MICIV* |W0 VM S pilots destroye.1 three MIC ltd damaged U.N. losses. Srl'Vaiiei-Sheiilienl To Be Replaced %  J RALEIGH IHE ill-iltei llCICIi A wide variety ol models always on display and ready assembled (or you lo lake away See our cycle Department, lirsl Floor AVI HtTBDA C^Ltt 10, II, 12 & 13 Bread Stieel rd will %  Disiribulors I —IMVIs tu get a new post.— I'.P. uarrso. aomi ruriB llfl ii.iin IICVII i% %  l-IMtl Mat


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"'I
aittoi j^totatc
ESTABLISHED 1895
BARBADOS. JANUARY II, 1952
i'RICE SIX CENTS
Jamaica Replies With 2969 In First Innings
Batsmen Pinned
Down By Bowling
A STEADY BARBADOS BOWLING ATTACK spear-,
iu Prank Kinj> and backed up by good<
Aeldii I imalca down to a score of 296 for the
* ECUS In reply to Barbados' first innings score1
i - third day f the first Test came to a close at
K' i lay.
J;imnica will imdniibU'dly have to follow on early
when i in- nme continues tomorrow, they briny still 4.">7
nnis Dtmnd the Barbados total, with one wicket to fall
^^^ A crowd of over 5.000 witness
"*i ed the game and saw the Barba-
dos pacermn Frank King and H.
Barker deal two curly bio* a ban
..! two adcrasSj for 1
rum King wont on to bowl with
n and finished with the
Hoi I for 58 in 21
oven C. B Williams also bowled
well to claim 3 for 88 in |1
The Barbados ground fielding
was exceptionally good, and at
icned ;. ftastoara nt brU-
y. i ,;!>t Off B
ii ii ft-hand i I |
tan Coodridgc
DM hall earlier driven
hard tO '><- MBBM position. Farmer
BtUng hll hand to It.
til the Jamaican batsmen. Thor-
nun i i\m in n n>
A I.IOIITKIHO return by Farairr t
hands, but Binn- got horn* in tune.
i e*i Tlir hall i* in the wicket ksepw-
Egyp I 67/ a rges
That U.K. Cruiser
Shelled Port Said
livi pec
I iee p i

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. rax -I

1
If aatasaSn'fl I*
Ik USSIil S I
\\ ill Ilo \> III IX'~l (MM*
N
BHersNMV)
i n
Mil
i t>n and Btnna who earn* ""t
srtth
the
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I HANK KIN*.
E. Gernuui] Offers
V>\ltun 'To
West GermMii
i
Infotmad
Ba

tu all W
rain)

. i law" Is
'.' n UD I'V i
id will l>e
oa P i-
i
institute

.lefence DUropa

!
.l.n In u
might in the
. unmunisl
aggression CF,
I .V Muil I i^hl
"\H 0m War" If
[Yttce Talka Fail
WAsUOMGTON, Jafi. U
i Robert Tali
' -led Nations 'ap-
I
but to light an all out war* with
. I China if the Korean
,.-. fail The Republican
HdaM hm ba ba-
ths extension of Korean
lighting !u include Immbing of air
1 ..... .ii lied China
.
a ihc conflict
night m>, I
don't think Lift faced
a barrage of questions from the
. high school stu-

r.i'.
Hritish Open Fire
In Isinaitia
Jan. IB.

/
mm kiUad iini-
.. . [.. :
i Roman Catholic
content. -
Tough

i |o move
hli tro.'i' town of

th>
*nd mur-
dered a noi.
. -V-P
l>
ihow
class. th
an ana
occasion hook-
J ing jiace bnwlei
' Marker off hb>
chin fm ii
I tain ft


.....iightrut
ttef m
rinlad
I th
Kround to the
l-nindarv. and
lh 11 four.-
Rmk High* Churchill Agrees To
Break Off & _,
U.S. Naval Chief
Truce Talks
i
ThnrhMHrn
PANMUNJOM KOREA.
.I.-T |g
k i irmlatlca talks

tgm thai ihe Commun-
ist* might break them off. Th
day's only favo >i-
ment and it was only tentative, Churchill is leaving W inf
he Communist agreement ion aftei reluctanll> admitting
m principle to a matting ! Stall Han Britain no kngar rules lh*
in hll Officer level ?.. to to ^--rk out n Mv Tht bitterest pill chur-
alaguard agaii ki ..... .hill ha,i to .wallow was his
prlsoncr-of-wai agreement al the last meeting
Bul tba Rads said thai lhaj with Trutna* i.. oeaat uppiwition
aot ready to star- dUKtnt* i,. the ..ppoinlmi-nt of a United
limaiea -tnrted their slo"fi *T becau* 'hev n" '",' Btalai Admiral to be Supreme
flrM inninas with John^ fteacod ,,'',,|VC'1 -" Atlantic Naval Commander m the
^w,ed from the southern end t, *S J^ SSSTSSSlJ^ ^^S, '"^ Z
World War I wu rirst Lord of
the Admiralty, had been saying
thai ba wuuUl ationglj
WASHINGTON. Jan lit.
King Iknrts
.
an; .mil Mulish violent
I I wit
I

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i m wltnasBBs.
I ani I
British l'i um- Minister Winston Chun lull will lvavi- i
train .a noon to-daiy for Nanv York, and hail aboard
Qsaagai Mar) on Wednesday foi England and n homel.n
disturbed by aoroo of his decisions -ntpetuiiK on tht- Far ", '
East reached in conferences with Truman.
Ita smaller gun
French Launch
town Tag UveriMHil
llritiih wai I
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-
ui.it
Prescod who singled to mid off and
later Thurbmirn opened his ac-
count with a couple tu mid wukcl
Barker took charge from the
imi-Thcrn end and with hi* fourth
deliveryone which lifted -Pres-
eod hooked la give Williams al
square leg an easy catch. The seote
board then read 4 11.
Saunders rilled the breach ami
rat* soon off the mark with a drive
to extra cover for a couple. In
... *t over. Thorbmirn sin-
Sled to point off the second and
Who went down to face
got his pad in front of UM fasjsd
and an appeal for leg bafor* was
iiDheld bv Umpire Foster The
M.ie bo.ird read 1 2 -2
Neville BonitU, the Incoming
was quickly off the
>N ,, single to fine leg.
Thorbourn ]>layed out the re-
mainder. Bonltto sent the total
to doubts figure* with an on
,,,,, .f.n- throe off Barker's lat
delivery.
King continued from the soutri-
arn end bowling with three slips,
a gully and a cover point. Bonitto
however singled to the right of
illy mid on and later pushed
one to cover off Barker for
another --ingle. Thorbourn on-
drove for a couple and then got
txmndary with an off drive.
He glanced the fifth to fine li
white Bonltto played the last
I quarters. Both wb-OonMnlttaai
orking on the armistice agreed \
t meet again, despite the gloomy
UtlKOk
Lowest Khh

Boundary-
Negotiatt
esl ebb since last iiimimr
these rapid fire development
1. Conununisu. charge.i
"grave protest' that United
States Jet planes machine-gunned
a marked Kcd truce dalogation
convoy on the Pyong)
song Highway yesterd;.- lh.
United Nations pnMnksad I full
investigation.
2. The Communut newsman.
Alan Winnington, a soil of in-
official Red spokesman. UaMBsad
the "atmosphere in the truce
oonteanca to that of last Augusi
22 when the Rexis bloke off the
talks for twe months.
3. A U.N. delegate hamici the
Reds a virtual ultimatum at an-
other "no progress" session oj Ihg
Truce sub-Committee by warn-
ing thai there can be no agree-
ment unle.s the Ited.s accept r<-
striction on mllilnry airfield con-
struction.
4 Communist* rejected the
prodbsal fni the exchange of par-
cels as well as mail for war prig
5. General Ridgway returned
to the U.N. Supleli i- I:
ers in Tokyo, following high level
strategy talks with Vice-Anmu .1
C. Turner Joy. head of the Allied
list ice.--11.1*.
Big Attack
HANOI. Jan. Itf
French Union forces launched
I ik attack earl) today against
1 .mmunirt lad
'rated In the Red River bj
Helta roung) Nun Duih iitmUt 70 00
o ill .-t a| Hanoi IU
tra
Ai Ill .... i'ii | plain -
I
aid t.i ibOUl I 0
pin Prtdaj )uat ai the h
skirmish uhore w$
gun-battle was hw
two proruDBd gu i II
in British
ding I) .
ea to M
s-Hin' Brit h :i -.| tn.
IVdos Gets
Aeroplane
Club
R 1 ppln was elect-
'int mi (he Barbados
i Qul
li m.i Cham-
rct Building on
IKei 17
ittaavV 1 the meet-

u ad aid H is
m\ .- Club ..ill bo
i ranrt few
i
the exf
ipen the
niraft.


lOpposw any dsxisinl, U, giVs Um -l '" '> >" >" ' ''> \ l'i-' S.hi. Hi r h UOO| IftaC
.v- UA Command ..f .e All.. utiate, mlanlry artilleryinght their way Ihi
'i i mm'ni, agree.l yaatardii "*'h naval -nits j.^ne-l in m .ii .: !. |

Wi L
> istenci







oa
'll,.,l-.urn crashed King
liimugh the o|#n mid off gap to
the boundary W make his si
14 The total was m 24 wilh
Bonitto 8
Bonitto entered double figure
with a cut off Barker wnicn wm
high over the head of Proverbs
't gully and then singled wide
of Marshall at atlly mid on. Thor-
bourn who went up to face, got
and hooked a
ll-ikei to the
line leg bnundaty to send the
Bonitto cut one fiom King
illy u, the iMMindat. and
ngk-d wide of lfoldei
illy mid on. Thorbourn also
helped himself to a Single in this
over with a push to mid on
Barker's next over vielded six
to long
OH hy ThoTbourn
gj i la paae 4
Kb
StMialisls Will \<>l
Tke I'arl In
Failre's Govt
agreed1 .
American Admiral br ap-
a pointed, but reaerved his right to
i hangc. Hi- ei n
rtl) after he had
1 i. i the expansion of Ihe
aie- of control of tin ft UH
Home Fleet to another 100 miles
rev) of U*
Lynda I) Mi C
Comma-, Atlantn
,-i.|ati--l the most like-
i ,- band at ihe N A.T.O
AtlanllC Naval Command.
Military Matter*
On mllitail matter.-. Churchill
'lie too well during hi
'ii having
Atlantic
i.inand'
was rebuffed itrong-
uganaajon tiiat the U.S.,
France ami Turkey sand
Egypt '.. help the Brit-
ish prolccl the Bugs t*;il
UM Eg] pH
Churchill ,..nc.-d t,, mvc at
least moral support to Die U S
plan I., earn Ins Koreas "ai
. ? ii..i with pinpnint stratcgK
bombings if a tru i
reachedis broken. Bn*
lion to this has been unfSvour-1
abk
i Minister Wlnalim'
Churchill arrived by train in
ti-day emhng his
onVial visit to the 1'i.it.
I.-:. I
[ton Ihl month Hi pn
II. I

15 Div In
Itainslorms
suit VTetn imh Comma guerilla
. has aroumi is.onu man them bach srHh hi ivj
hi the Nam Dinli district The gun fire
Kn-rii h attack was Mid I" bf pro-'
greasing rapidly. __^^^_^__
Nam Dllih is .in LBS]
ni... tin Ing i. iiti

ig msrkst ,
growers and)

jM f..i .i long
lime has infiltrated this area at-
ii.i i ki Inspptng Viet-

from guard posts.
the first DaSh
ii.. Pram h n -
; i
cU| nf Phnl Dien. ' mtli
ea>t of Hanoi
I IV
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utaai in. .
i p
36 Missing In
Plane Crash
Bl ATTI.E. Jan. IS.
A new in -4 airliner carrying
Id pen rnnel home fi m
....
-d in the Hecate Strait
MUSS Cc4umbla coast early to-
.<. van wen n ued bj
-aid in.....
I


I
I'.ii In the i
I

fair weathi r si
i
mgiit t issring mud
.
deaths In us
"
make It the woi I
since March 3. Ifl
i r
Soviet Demands
Rejected

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.
I
I p
M. v a rorriN
Com
iv'inled. <>n this
i. rs. Holx-rt
Stan-
i Fred-
Barrew.
Wood Ooddsrd
D RetnfOtd 11 was de-
ii orwn should bo
I
nraltae wilt hold its first
mi Wednesday next
i i.-i i onatnarU
-u-awell This
I i.-ximately 40
i lll hold on*
I'M
. kra aiab the
ihe Treasurer. Mr.
lid -Although
. r ii. mis', over 30 members
SB getting
*<
lying membci
(lying sio a
< hii.rehillIVailt'o
Meeting Su^esitwl
PARIS
1 '
. ... to ike Bpensrii
roi meet m
;. eral
.. Franco ranged
I
Ig
.ii..

Barueh In New Yolk until he sStl
next Wednesday aboanl the llanc S IB en route frSSB
Queen Mary for Fngland The I to McChord All lures ban
Prime Minister was seen off byifecorna. Bran and jilanes were
The French S lUt pan told'*- Pr^^'dent nn premier Edgar F u Hiirkley and by Ambassadors of tugboat was
tain and the Commonwealth work,,u. il ...cue a tempU.
.'.P.). Radio ie|NH-ts from the s.-ene said
Paris, 'an
.S'. Korea ('taints
Coastal Waters
'USA

ISAIS.MA.V SIH14K
taken at a parly meetu | |
medietvly aftei Ua I
Lusalon between Socialist leader
Guy Mollet and Faure. represented
a blow to the 43-year-old Radical
Socialist's hopes of formim; a
Coalition stronger thai.
Monsieur Pleven's, which fell Jan.
Paure'i big hope now lies in
reaching some kind of agreement
vith the goclalaw
woultl refrain from voting against
him on laaues Uksl) to overthi
rnmant.
Failing sucli | i
riaa
\ lanl
langi i the rrlsli
. .. i .
I P
State Off Siege
In Tunis
1
French troops and police wound-
d threr peraom
Aliened fire to disperse an angry
">wd of Nationalists in th Ar>

Strikers Cuuse
SuMH'iision Of
i
"Daih Gra|thie"
IX>NOON, Jan. 1 ;
Pickets ringed the office* of the
Kerns ley newspapers h.
forcing the suspension of Ihe Lon-
don morning tabloid the Itally
(iraphlr. It was believed to be the
first tme since Britain' Oensrsl
i28. thai ti
newspaper failed to api" U
litusrl
uli work
tail nnfht following the 0
I thai H was ahlftlr, :
got Ihe Henda* Oraasal
assasy i hr......ir
i,.
u
hficluding the Mancheatsi eaitean
.;f lh- lull, f.raphlr w
I'.P.
...it of one wiiuf was tUU rlsll U
\ ibove the rater
.eaperteil
jrow boat to the reacue .,f .
-i.r.
W eather Hinders
Korea Fighting

Kan i In K..
in the Mai
Uon Rh<
. ...
i
I" the proclan
free navigation on the high u
Rhee's move
with the UM
UN havi
Islands off the North K
I
| |f g
lhIV-

'
'. BATHMAN N'ville Botalto l -lirroundpd by players after
a was Htnick on tlie hsad by a n-inj h.il Irom pacer Frank King.
Taerboum Is UM other bstaaun.
120 INJURED AS
BRIDGE COLLAPSES
LANCASllll:!
About 19
' whet, :i
/ ore
...
than 30O returnim- '
I ,mr
i r
'
Police arrested som. ks a few minutes
lbs tracks with
demonstrate. In front of the Resi-'the wreckage of screaming, mosr-
I dent General and attacked shop Ing and Injured men, women and
I windows with stones.L'.f>. 'children. vr
RTll ARMY H'QUARTERS
RorSSi Jan
BtttSI winter wruthcr |th
. :.'. f .
tloa on the Kon ai front and on-
ly Iwo United Nations
pmwled oii before dawn, slasheil
...
I-, Ussb bos*
i .trols worked
Unas at 4 . n.
.' K
4
village of Panmui
m tins eame i -
a He-t platoon triad I
'hiough the Unite*! Nations out-
I hat raid
,.;n-d and turned back
t<-r an hour of nghtinu
FiftN Airforo H
report that in '
,
to 18.
Communist ground
down eight of the Fifth Alrfdrcc
F40 Co. 0 Bhooting
Star one FB4 Thunderjet and one
B21 light .
Communist MICIV*
|W0 VM S
pilots destroye.1 three MIC ltd
damaged
U.N. losses.


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LOCAL IIIAKITY
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Water Polo In Grenada
Ml! NOKMAN ROBINSON re-
Lunu to Grenada lamorrow
bj H W I \ utxm ..
viiii bin
i- r.n the staff ol B*r-
. l*,. Bank m St Geucac's
C3.da. He told CM
Craoada ^iji shoril) u
do, Mr. Michael HaiU-
GMU, Dlcactor ul Agriculture la
the organ cheU did
i liter poiu
locally in Ihe late '30's.
MAJ. aad MRS. JOCK MITCHELL Arrived from CunUnd on Friday by the Oolftto" to upend four
awmtlm in BarbadOi- MaJ Mltchfll U j Dimctor ot thf Colony Club. 81 J..ui.-. Tacy were mat at the
Bafaca W-rehouMi hy Mr. Riiri Mr C A rttat .(id Mr> Batty Dono*.
. rixlit aic Mrs- Potter Mr- Donovaj
Mil. hell -nd Mi Potter.
Golf Team Return*
El.K'.hS members, ol the Trim-
dad golf team nrc due to
to Trinidad today. The
Bl .'Utainst the Rockley
ad Cminlry Club ended
uaterda) wlUi tetory for Bar-
Tit.- rrlntdad i layan laavlDj
today are, M-ij. Morw.vn Orell
. Michael Miller, Caw.
Tom Cavaghan, Dr. George
Campiieii, id^-it cull Jnr.. Mr.
and Mi*. C E. W H.
Ed. Collins. Mrs. D. Scolt
IX-nmngiirti mul Mr.. J. Deayton.
Gramophone Concert
Ml* BS&NAAD UOLFE ol
CO. -ud VV's.. Sccietariat will
nreaent the Dest gramophono
concert al the Untiati Council's
lieadquaiUii. WakellclU." White-
pgflfc, "ii Wfdneaday. January
23rd. AH the recordinga are
conducted by Sir Thomas Beech-
.nii. The ucogruroute whuh be-
Kiiib .ii H.15 pm. 1;, us follows:
Overture William Tell, Ro-
inlj Siniphony No, 2 in 1) -
Beethoven; Cm hearing Ihe iltat
Cuckoo In Spring Dellun;
Bymphony No. 2 in 1> Brahmi:
preJuoe Lohengrin, Aet m. -
W.ili;, |.
Then- U BO charge fnr .idmis-
glOB*
B.W.I.A. AccounU Dept
MH. C 1-fcfc LOY Of 1.
., eunto Deoaru
I'ort-of-Spain who ha* been ncre
due to ratuiii >o
Tiiiim.il io-Ju.*
i the ftinlflid 10U pLayei
mg his .-'... H a guest
al the Hotel Ko>,.l
Indefinite m .
RECENT arrivals from the L'.S.
arc Mr. and Mrs. 1.
hams who flew in from Miami
just over a week ago on BB IB"
(ielliiile vikit In tin
and daughter, Mr. and M
Morgan, who run Ihe St. Law-
SoteL
They plan to be he] I
lemM one yr and may poisibly
beoocae permanent niidnitf.
Three Months' HoIida>
MRS. IVOR CO It BIN and
daughter Hosemary accom-
panied by Kra. Corbln'
Mrs. Marie Rubio left <
. viiniii: by u.W.lA. fi r
en route to Peru, whei. ..
bin and daughU 1
months' holiday with Ml temll]
in Uma.
Due To-dy
EXPBC rSD 1 ben to-
day is Mr. E. J Marsden. one
of the Trinidad cricket selectors.
.. : .. '
ligmil for I., m '. in witness
the j.mciu Barbadoi U
now lieuig played at Kensington
OifB) M. will I* here for ap-
U... two weeks
al the Hotel Hasting*.
Kennel Club
Dot; MAMCUgftfi ere icmmded
that there will be a mccUng
Bt 5 oclock Bt St. W 1 fp d
School OB
1 11. ' M
Barbados Kennel Club.
Supi.Of Pclice. St.
Vincent
IAN UAL,
Tin following day he
1
Aajoi B, .\
Btoute, DepuAj 1
.
.Mill til DlillK#
a Pohoi BUUon when he was
11.'i h) Capt. w 11 1;
AftM .ti.
i.i the PoUce Ti*ib1b| Bohool, Uh
Police Dogs and Ihe Mounted
., -.
much hnpraaead by what he had
Intrunsit
tNTHANsrr paasengei
liaiii-dofl by Ihe Bonaire a few
day* ago were Mr. and Mis. iv W
leapt! and their dwuiihtei.
Mr, Leach who li Tumdad'i
Director of Atriculture had been
OB leave m the UK. While then-
he represented Trinidad at the
Cocoa Alliance Annual ContOr-
tnc*.
Married In Trinidad
MISS DOROTHY pROUDPOOT
f Trinidad who has many
1 Baibados wus married
in Trinidad yesterday afternoon
to Mr. Esmond Gransaull.
Back From Trinidad
MR. AND MAS. E. S. Chambers
01 Highgale", Upper Colly-
mora Ro-k. who left Barbadn<
early in December to spend the
Christmas and New Year holiday
111 Trinidad with their son and
daughter-in-law. Dr. and Mrs.
David Chambers, leturned on Fri-
day by B.W.I.A.
Dr. chamber* is a Dental Sur-
geon in Port-of-Spain.
Police Chief
COL, J. H. A. BRANCH, Corrs-
inia*ioacr of Police, Leeward
Islands will leave here to-morrow
for Antigua by B.W.I.A. after
spending a week in Barbados.
Erdiston
Reunion

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AJifiiuriHui: jrpnnui front deep
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Osbert Sitwell.
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thi> island a
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"Tha Marosol Beach
St. Lawrano ara now under
v i.nsl: iiftiuTi .1
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tttuated in ihe St. Lawrence
coast in quiet surroundings,
they afford opportunity rot
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The main building, taRBert)
"Battery Houu<" 't OM li:: '
noused the Casuarina Club, but
i- tinsA- tenante Anthony who bought the huu<
and surrounding land last May.
A one storey bungalow and
Beta 'c.iking a
total of seven flats are being con-
structed. Th.> gmaUer building
is already completed and the
i.iuidly talcing
dMse,
. .. differenl
iinlt rr.nnU of stone
0 anglad thai tbt Cranl
ol each fl .. partael
view of thi 1 1 pleat)
building
ol piiv-


- inti, living
1. two bedroom."
uiUi eonnecUng uled bathroom.
kltchi nettc with
They are all
ohuMd and each
hi.
Mr. Anthony says he has in
mind converting the main build-
present
living, into a communal centre
for guests occupying the flats.
capeeM of aecommo-
dattng seven families and the
looks onto a lovely
beach wilh excellent swimming
tda from the beach rn-
Over. Hi) students who hnd
nasscd through Erdiston Training
College during the last four years
itleadad a Reunion Party on
Friday evening in the College
HaU.
The atmosphere was a very
lively one and added to this the An
Group, staff, students and friend-.
in umpiring exhibition
.,f palwlnga in oils and water-
1 oloun
Tint- Art Group was formed
Hire*.' inoiitha ago. Members have
never before exhibited their
paintings. They are not taught Si
the College but paint at leisure
The member* are: Mr. A. W
Roberts, Principal of the College.
M. TaniBSS C. Marshall, Mr.
K I). Broodhagcn, Mr. Gordon S.
Cochin, MSM Sheila Ward and Mr.
W. C. H Gallop. The works of
Mr. Robert! and Mr. Corbin WSTB
cfiielU in water colours while Mr.
Marshall and Mr. Broodhageii
submit tod paintings In both OUS
and wntereolours.
The Exhibition was held in the
bdlatOfl .Model School which WSS
featured "> many of the 34 paint-
ings. It will continue for a few
days and |1 bl huped lhat people
1 regafdlsai of axperl'
BBCe, wdl join the group.
Mr. Thomas G. Marshall ex-
hibited a fine collection of pamt-
mgs in oil, the majority of which
as on the College prom-
| From his well balanced
pattern, Mr. Marshall shows wldo
txpenence. His "College Kitch-
South Entrance To The
CoUega," m particular, are very
' 1.dercolour
1 Isirmoote.' This
showed qultg clt.ii
of good composition.
Mi Id lOdhagen'l two oiu. wero
Building" md Entrance-
To The Cullege'' These were
good but lacked ihe "natural
toui-h'1 wli ked in Mr.
Nearly all the watercolours
1 van high standard. Mr.
linrdon C'orbin's "Pride of India''
BBd "Hound Rock" and Mr. Rob-
erts' "Patio." "Masonry In The
Shadow" and "The Lamp" wert*
outstanding. "Pride of India" was
impressive and the composition
good. Of "Round Hock," Mr.
CttrbSB mad.- us, of an attractive
fiaearourul with two "tiny tots'"
tit play. Mr. Broodhagen exhibit-
ed six watercolours, two of which
v.m |wiu-aity. "Clairmonte" was
best.
MfaSI Sheila Marshall had only
one watercolour on show. Hers.
1 flowerpiece. was amateurish and
leave room for improvement.
The majority ul the student-:
who attended the Reunion u. k
a keen Intersil in this Exhibition
BJetween periods of refreshment
. id ewer from Ihe Main
Hall at the College to the Model
School to look once again over
the paintings.
The function dosed wilh danc-
ing to recorded music and all the
students, past and present, left
for home in a merry mood.
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SUNDAY, JANUARY 20. 152
SUNDAY ADVOCATE
THREE
A( 'I'll.' ill. ii. :
-HARD, FAST AND
BEAUTIFUL
M
II. .. II.
IDA LUPINO. number of one i luMWM
theatrical families, and a fine dramatic actress herself, is
now turning bar talents lo production and direction. A
short time ago. the Pl.iza showed "Not Wanted' the first
film directed by Miss Lupino which dt alt with a social prob-
lem in a forthright manner.
This theatre i* DOw uieaenung-
HARD, FAST AND BbACTIFUL,
another of Him ImAinu's Ulius.
This time the irn-r
one of mcn-en-ny
but the sotting a aporls drama
with amateur UanH a-
U new and absorbmic Htai
Lupino has basil
of har characters and iin convincing direction, they cmrrm1
clear-cut, believable and human.
Based on the novel.
Beauty" by John Tur.;
concerns a socially mii I
mother whose D-eanaui
pasxtoti for wealth and I utu
gratified by SOqflDtttaSj
Ulents of her young daughter.
Travelling with the child, who
achlavea phenomenal succasa and
finally champion, she alta
SHOW TALK MEETS FOUR FIGHTERS
liardening Hints
For Amateurs
The slump victims are
back in the money
I KM S lOKTIIKNKWPUFT
tan
DO you recall thot sudden
unloading of British
contract starsand starhid
i"i without BM i* s' "re during the big film depression
in.rlet.dlr place. But. the ehoU* vpar ,t ,! as ,{ llU.
<>n the nil, and number queens were faring Ihe nfl-
> ' nun of unemployment.
lo he taken intol imaWlfitlftii wnon cmemagoers could have spared car.
~. ,A i. .,v their tears Thc-se surs-even some STORY At Hammersmith the seruatton.
II 111.- place of around Is very lh >Ui,|cuare tough fighters____IP ,..:_.-,.. will la- in ran mcuu.ri. ita.
wo< beneath the glamour; and the 1WU1RA MIEARfcR. outof Sj, ^fS ".ihe .Xfahock an:
cast lo net as a wind- ,^,n dln, very nu,.h ., 1*1 Goldwyn's Hans And.rarn J,. ,|lri ,,,., cvcn ,. s ,|
necessary. A row u! __-_ Illin bocauae she Is expecting "'
."^ !fS~S.,W.,,J?.'52L? egougrlM answers this purpose themselves. ^^ ^ ^ ,M ih.t deal
as trees. Of Margaret laKkweed has had a offer from MGM-l<. ad aid dasire
utig trees placed about non-sloD (and highly profitable) an episode in Three Lova stot i
This i. a mueh ahorte, jo>>
which is why she cm !ake il on.
Vlleox film of that classic thriller. Miss Shearer Joins France*, Leslie
uillcient Trent's Last Case. '.rro and Kale'. Tier Anieli In
FtOlUa Caleert Is In continual the new picturep
hy Harold
COX WAY
that
doubt if thaa >vi.iiitl r* r.llmg
'get *igned up again for long p-ri
i If thc> had the chime
HKK LOVl STORY
the realization that here daughtei
discovering her mother's mer-
arsrtTLasrs'sssJ ^S^F^p zztzsiFi^xxxr -
L" ,^ hu"bn*' no "** raked look so often seen in g * J^,^ ^ a Herbert w
When Tennents prevent the Mr*;
revival of The vortra at Him-
t 111 February with n
a || i un pmbably lo follow
Dirk Itegarde. .mod 31. Mill N the
MM Isabel Jeaaa the ...oth.-i
Alao in UM cast: Adru.BWe Allen
ind Roberl Andrews heed ft.....
Ih Mui .1 hU fuend It
lo's musical. King's Rhapaody.
more they don't even try.
producer. Mtehart Mmshu.
staging the play in "period'". Thr
early coward has become historical
in his own llfe-limc.
GO WEST? Oil NO!
PONDS
OSB'S (SIB CBI4M tocleanaendgotten
vour skin.
PtSis tNltlllSl ! 4M
to protect your skin by day and to hold your
powder matt.
fjfnv &*&?&. ^SJH&
Out
m
wants her.
In the role of the don
selfish mother. Char Trevi.i .-..... ,l trees atuun aHlsm.i i^.".^-^..".^' is In aoarttrilaal lira new picturepossibly the
M ll,cv.b.e aU through I.e. growtl, in lew r-? a, tgto **T^TXZ rTw green's mo,,
If naive and appealing as tlictt inb * fSJT^S?^KLfgaS.TS SSt M .-, Jr... Ki -last Rank MOM certainly st.nds for Gold- ,, !fu. ,,,!,,
It would se.ii. t>
. man*} la Ota (tin. |
businessif yeAi are a prad\teat
Is lo pet shut out t Ihe West End
Early last year II yWf old Rat-
champion who bet-u
vindictive and dl
he finds her mother i-
for her own end.-*. Miss retreat
has added lo her stature as a young
star by this efcaraetertsatlon
There is plenty uf uuod taani-i
throughout the Aim including son.*
spectacular tournament* w i> I B h
only play an impm'
iheir iUc. By doing this the
uf over-crowding, or of star OUl of Denham Studioswho
;..,.,_ !li..|,i l..dlj IS avoided. WHt Itad Btfll lOT -"i.:n. .;..;i-
One large shade tree at least, pnsiBir
-h.iulil bava a place in every gar-
:,nn as a auinincr-hou>e FAIR SHARES
ruder whose ahady branches chlld-
taa taa paay In-- Jamaica Evergreen when by tours in two playsWith -
tnmmed into an umbrella shape cumlortable share in the ukinit-.
makes u lovely shade tree. To each week. And she begins 11*52 by
In the plot but proud.- .h.s c<. lnl(( ., gl(rj<1 ghape >t in.,km^ a ,ICW nim-ond rchears-
and exciting action.______ ,)(Ufl ^ ,rimmed from the time inK M,nultantx>usly for a radio play
THE CAPTURE it u very young. Our Barbados nd a new stage play.
Playing at the bnpire, niK Evergreen nlto makes a denro uv, tage reappearance will be
CAPTURE is a melodrama with a ...... *i Both these treea jn xiie Moonrakcr. a romance
psychological twist. Mystery and however need a large apace for bout Roundhead-Cavalier times
romance also play their parts In they e.cntually grow to a Ire-
itiis him that stars Lew Ayre^ I ad niendous aizc. Cambridge on January
Therasa WrlKht. nriflith Jones ,n-st.imn,\ I-N<
With the McKir.H. 1 Flaniboyant trees are a love.y ^j,,,,^ ^ . w,.st End.
its locale, the st-iry a i Idittoa bo iny gnrden, and thejr This MtlDI Wea touch: a lilm
n; but he has long been in pro-
>lonnl opposition.
lucef. He made i pJetura called
Hell Is Bold "'. with Richard
...... i ,,.,,,, AII*b.rouah and Mai /.etlerlim
-U3T n quarter of a vuntury aner ,. w noo or th^eabouU.
rtuction. Noel
Caward's The Vortex Is to be ic-
vtvad Um pi> tvUch wi-ote at.
chapter m ehitltfa UVa-
trical history.
It waa at the little Eveiyioar.
Thaalll hi llanipsteacl tn<>w .
cincmai thai TIM Vorta* (ud ii- . ,,,.
original opening. Lilian BraUi-
watle was the modern" Mayfaii To dat
9tfaT c.nv.ird the shocked m-u- aurcd of
When it came to a West End
showing, Mr. Slross wag told the
cinemas were full up. he mut
toon | tpieue for several moothl
He did not think BO -nut the pi.-
bjra iraa Panl round the eountr?
itead. without Uie Waal Fn.l (m
I seeing il.
rt)S% 1441 rIH* cl.ngmg.
perfumed, sceinlificnlly blended, for
a glamorously matt complexion.
IIPMK K smooths
so eaaiily onto your lips; the
rich vibrant colour stays on
and on and on.
Here Is a range of beauty products used by lovely society women everv-
Simplo and inexpensive, they an all you need to Keep you looking
where. _
flawlessly lov. I>, fettling your very best at all times
at all the best Dtttuty counters.
You will find them
pected of hold-up. by : n f"' 'he short
of an oil refinery. ( v| " ""^P
stricken, the foreman gives up his leaves.
job and determines to clear his Except for the few h
victim'.-- Dam i.w.imc ,
his feel-ngs of guilt. It L. told W '" ;t" .','-
IIuJi hart mvl work* lO I ''"' '" h ".u.p.iTj.tivr.V
fugitive from justice.
This is an entirely new type Of
role for Mr. Ayres, who gives
good performance but even his Sui[.|i,|e n,mcrig Trees
efforts cannot save the action from
bogging down as he takes time out All of the Cassias make excel-
grappU With his corn ones k ,i giirdei
Hell 1- Soh! 0 '
financial return lit last)
SS5E!nr3 : ^r^n".K,h;.
Cambridge on Jan. in pa~ l.-Binning of a Ma all-star cast lor his second plelun
1Hie era TM r"" Headlnes-head.^ by Mai
ove.nighl the 25-yaar-..l.l leilerltoi; again. ,,!, MjUllI
, aulhor-acTor. who could (Oil ne.fca. Ttora Baa.. ...t Hei.nl.
'EBZEBB^ 3SiS......ESbans.
Bo 'll are these lost-contract
ugly
ihe thaattm But. then. :
m 11*24.
!
by the fresh ifreen of the yOUBg
Dd tlie beautiful flowers
Which follow.
FARM AND GARDEN
SOIL IMPROVEMENT
KHIUUM is In UIO news Wlial
_s Krihuin" A lilile technical In
Theresa'Wright 1, the widow ot The Cassia Fistula, has bright describe simply, bul we .vill try.
Ihe Innocent victim. As usual, yellow spr.iv. rat flnwers, which To start with, it can be said thai
her performance lacks nothing in drip from the tree In a close like- it curly promises are lultlllcd, in.
merit, bul the char.cler she at DBM "f the English Laburnum. material may prove I" t-e lie i up
called on lo portray Is unrealistic The Caaaaa Orandla. and the caa- gest dlscwery ot inleici
and unconvincing and credibilii. la sis Javanlea iMilh have pink apple- minded people agrleiillni i i
strained when she lalls in love blossom like blooms. Of these larmers. gardeners and cultivatm.
with, and man two. the Casela Javanlea. Is the f all categoriessince chemical
knows killed her husband. In the best choice. Cassia sprcsatrlls is fertilizers. Those ol us wn
finale, Mr. Ayrcs rides away with another beautiful Cas'io with yel- regularly lo the ll.D.l'. pro-
the police, head high and at ease , flowers erect at the end of gramme., especially on Hf*
with his conse.i : each branch. Unlike the other human interest, well-being aim
JOURNEY INTO LIMIT CHUM already mentioned which progress in the realms id
Aftei seeing JOURNEY INTO are small trees, spectatllls grows agriculture, medicine and health
LIGHT plaving at the Globe, my to a great slie, and would need a social welfare, religion and related
reaction Is 'give me darkness large space. matters, appreciate how
every lime' From the beginning Napolesme Oeked Hal .. an- lalmg and informative>ueli or.,., i-
seemed to click In Dial Pld..... other suitable garden tree. The casts are. In one ol UM
which lacks the ilnesse and .-kill flowers. In colour from pale pink series on man and the sou. an an-
as necessary to a religious sub- I row In loose elus- nouiuemcnl was n
jeet. The scrip i v rkOOe and ters and are very lovely. covcry of a syntheslstd n
heavy, slowing down .. a.inn. _.,.. wnlcn may have far-,
and "lhe aim lacks conviction b) Tlie Back Vartl MMi to aoll ,m,..oven.i
Seine over-long, ove,-sensational Bul In planning 'he shade and b, ,din, lo greater pro*
and Irving too hard to moral.se. Bowerlng trees for >***** und even provldlrig a [Weal^e "'
The'leading ', "'f*.""; . the Ight against soil erosion
clerle. who," alcoholic uilecom- Here fruit trees ?"""""1 Tiller, of the .11 in p.
mils suicide. ! '' ,nie .,ie. -he. r'''1"' '"'', a *"' "'
(By
and a half years. Krihuio II
, tin- muikel, bul
AOK1COLA)
may be raadH? dastttwad by aoll yields from considerable .
baelerta. hence the need for con- mental testing under varying ron-j
linuul replacement by apphcaiion- dltlona are reported to be of tbe
of organic material. Thus, tl- order of 20 to 100 pci cent Ita
search has been for gotM con- cost Is it 111 beyond the reach oi
centrated material whin, can M ugiiculturlsti. in general, but -mal'
simply applied to a clay soil par- Male lamicr* and gardeners urow-
UcuTariV, to Improva it- itruetur* ing specialized toi> ma. b>
and iruiiulaiii it in d4\Sbrabk lo afford it mi i 1 .
state, In this connection. we sre doubt, the price will fall. .....is
r- minded of lbs favour., U- .fleet large scale methods of prud.nii"'
of flood- fallow ing on the -itnictiire have been perfected. M
oi ih- clayey cane soil.s of Bntl-h ..gritulturl'ts may rejoice al the
Oulana and an Important lector In prospeeta of I trliillarlan t rei
seeuring heavy yield, of in. DV< I hemir .1 f-tili/rrs. weed kdlci-
a four-year crop cycle period. and Kxillum In their effort '<
At a recent meeting of BM wiasl - Uring from AS soil and
American AMOciatton for the Ad- Increase lhe worlds food suppne-
vancement of Science 11 a i ri
ve.iled that a group of .. no
ararki i' bad sjritilasanad a product
of the kind referred to ai
it Krilium. It is claimed lhat onlj
a very small amount h nipi-n>
for the purpos* in view .mil tin
effect may hut for n% much as two
Agncodla lisn tak*n not* of
r.O.'s laltar sad bis r|.i*-t
. citrn. will he stt*nd#fl to
In due course.
Tojictk
or
Separately
+
They Add Up
To 5-STAR Motoring
I.iiil. Paw'-,P"W. ""' lilant' giowth. M
iddnek. Grafted Mango. J^ori_ ,U(.b BMUbtstW,
and Fir
II uful fruit tree, g-JJJJj ,.,,, .,, ,.d ..
. ,,n Ihe place. inbutes which, together wiin i
n-- ,v._ er_ i.t in the aoll and Ihe CO
unlint the Tree dl|||| ^ ^UKa ^ c cla
00 any iree II Is sale go lo inake^ up what is hnuw^
"journey into light"
becoming an Inhabitant of Skid
Row where he glon.....
bum and is ana I
mission worker snd b
daughter. Whether Ihi
waa permanent or net. I
know, as I bent a hasty relreat at .
"his point * I ie dug for fertility.
A good cast is headed bv Sterling gnnol be too big The bigger lhe factors are dependent on iciui.
Ilivden with Vic ,,:: nut all the mould, and man (iicciscly, slruciuie. \ I r
Thomas 'Mitch. 11 n,l 11 ! wanKr, if r,k I i I Ihl mu : .......,e appearano; or aoll
l,ni of the lot Messrs. Mitchell and be dug or blasted out to a suit..- ., indication of good struct n
Warner, a. pel. Kill II,,, svity with v,,,, u ,l w.U work wcU, will .^
Sk,d Row are the only one, who good mould and well "tied pen eet stick, when wet. shrink ..no
... Wale,- d and let it settle c|dlK ,,.adlly when diy. will not
' for some weeks before planting the ,. .t or prc-
Masw Men for SU Vic " Iho mould ".""' > 1,nk vent water Horn penetrating. The
..'o ,,!.^ .., ,!c I- -, ."hMdeiabl,. and w.ll need ailing ..., ,ll,1,,li., d..c..t, a soil ol
MR. JOHN son , H ,,,, m(. or ,wCT a ,uuaun one IP rhlgtl M
Of the e-jca, :.,ntlng. tiaillcle. group ihemKlvca Into
Maude, has been appointed a Wh lh<. , , loT fUa,. ' k .., ,nd n is
director of ihe Old V Tin ,, ,ho young tree ac lhat the f""' !'^^Zf^Stomt to
Until Ihe last Gen. i ,,, :irr n,.d comfortably ."htUl. Jjllwjwalooond
Mr. Maude, who Is 50. was ,,,d """ ,.Li hVL.u..1Iv due. Mill
MP for Exeter. He stood down lo am 0IK, ,, ,ho ,. P'""^""- JSLJiSs
devote hi. time to hi. legal work. A bad miat.k. In pl.nUng tree. ^"J""!^PL.nVrB or oil...
He has been a supporter of 1oo loo^ly. I"r,iT n^aMrlaJ wllleb. when
Old Vic jor many years. :y expoaei f.'frelee.Tlmrirt to aoll a
There are now nu.e due. logo ol shelter Iran the wind must be they decay Impart to tna aou
Ihe Old Vic Trust, for Sir Pli.llp provided until the Iree ha, grown apongy texture, due to th "!
Morrl,; vlce^hancellor of Bristol .., A slake ab> enasore. aubaUnee. ^mh'r u -'i
University. Is appointed at the e straight trunk. tT^..0?".. ',, nUtfele. torteth"
same time a. Mr. Maude. Sir Tor the lirat year of 1U growth holding the soil r*rtlriea tog*
Philip, also 50, is chairman of the the young tree should be watered in the form of erutnbi.
Old Vic's Bristol management dally, and given an occasional natural gums called t
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MCE FOrit
SUNDAY ADVOCATF
Jamaica Score Quick!)
But Still 157 Kims Behind
Football Season To Opvn
Wid-t'obruary
. ii a '///\
SUNDAY, JASTARV M. 1KJ
Jamaica Replies With 2969


i
but with

NMMd possible
i hud good aha
irked up a fast pace
ii\\ y It eg fairly " .ana who
on* Will
iiDt U- able- to escape thu evi
Mid bat Hot MMtfa 1WO dayl or at least pul up sufficient rum III such
lime as would make it m ,
runs in lime.
WK.KKT nUI
T*HL WICKET today was still playing tru-
thai the openers 11VM>od anl i
giving Iheir Lou. ., ....,. ii.ni.
The Baib,iu
almost Immediately anu i Uunk that this was responsible f
early downfall of mMOd, MM r*g batsmen.
He played tamel, it ate
awkward length and u lie had moved quid ,,Bn able
to have gi.t out mil he did i.
there he waa and in saving nlmaaM l pul up
leg.
_^^ BEST INMM.s
r\l-MS THORBOUHN, m m ,-d the beat Innings for
*J-** the visitors in scoring tig at number one and although Btnn*
has passed th;it .,. y,.t ,,.r J|l>t,
Bauap value, hi.- must take cond plao up '.. Oh preaent.
Thorbourn it must be reman ban King mid
Barker when they were rresh and ready rtth ana
wicket down and the Jan runs.
He was correct to belli
length and drove those | lb i,im well. When he had com-
pleted his individual half centm > be I
bad taken but 87 minutes to compile it.
UWIPMTIWATK
_TE MM out altar Uomb in wng sent
*sl a full toss from Bai -ulary, he
hit another full one from the BMOI bOWst) tr.iiillH tote
Mar-hall's hand at backward raid-on.
Nei I lie Bi i
of a strange incident Am og ripped his part, flew
bthind the wicket. u.ii,i.f T.1Vhr' (leva nil Fanaai M first slip
on the knee and Hold) r at u.ll In a grant
effort.
An appeal nt catch m wale* Umplra Jordan bald that ihe boil
li.nl truck the edge of the bat before striking the pod. wa* upheld.
II BAFFBNBD qt'RKLX
J all bo aiguea
,i umpira
kiiideisiaiiu, waa only, .11
i mHating way to be
wives hoarse. ., incMen
rise io some uuuut i> \ at ipure jan
foster bUora giving lioiuuo oat, DUI
aacenaiii Hut UM ball I UM gi"
deciueu that Uoiullo iiau played It 11
ana .> large aaction oi in . to Boniite bad TraaiQ i
himscii nutn bj virtue ol hi Deiding and exhilarating bailing, were
aiaappunited ana Way Dude ng bones uOoul anouiiiifl I ,
mem to the wnolc wide world.
CIUT1CAL TIMt
BINNS' entry with the. Boon "t 113 i"i a came .i
tune in the JamaWa Innings and credit must be glv
lor putting on Wltn Mudie lif iui tile sixth wuket lln
allowed Mudiv to gel ahead h nun in tne scoring ud wm
left with a useful uud courageoi redit buuw waa st.......
Bui then hi (ook. BW at powerful
on-diives oil the back foot .urn broke through the ring >{ beids-
inen on thy ud side io reason tin- bounder) with win Umea i
He reached his muiviuuai hail century after two r*ou
minutes of battuig, but ins innings itood i- twaan JanuuV
on in the lading light.
SttUAKE CUT frOK SIX
ly^f 11.1.Kit and skipper Arthur Bonilto .m/nu li each low.ink the i lose
of play but Age who scored tlllwcn at nuiub.i '.in
Who provided onu of Uie highlights or tin game.
He executed u square Ctrl DBVUg rUan to in. lull hatfht of six
fool three to emita high full toai from pace bowler Barker iquara
of tile wiekel high over buckwaid polnll head end OVi i thl rail (Ol
six runs, a stroke hardly seen at KawlngtOP. Buoa the hi
of Uie 20'a.
MAGMFIttNT KAKMKK CATCH
BUT Goodridge hiRuahad farmai with the ;i n initj
catch to dismiss him thai mint be written down to the hiatorj
of local cricket us one of the baft to ba witnessed .it Kcn.-.iiigton.
He jumped into ona "I WUI1 lUgdlt It Ofl UM
volley and smashed It through the "COVara FannCl oentog
extra cover point made a magnitli cni one handed effort and caught the
ball in his lilt band inches from Uie turl.
It was a great effort and lamed long and ipordanaoui applause.
GOOD FIELDING
THE fielding of Ihc Barbados learn was of a high standard -
wa* the general standard that one BBnnot .-ingle nut an> : u-
tlcular player lor special menli
self Die edge for some brilliant saves at coverpoint oil lull '
drlvei.
The Held placing too was good and I am sure that Jamaic.i i
every run they got except foi one oeer-throw.
UNO'S <;ood HOWLING
KING'S llgurei of 3 for iS in 21 OVan KM DO flatietv They m ihO
result of some line bowling. King maintained a
the entire day and he was not afraid to use the oo |
keep the batsmen from becoming loo settled gad ""
Barker too bowled very fust In his early >ih II. bul be fttd not pro-
duce much lire In hi* later spell-. However B t* of 2 fnr
71 in 13 overs was quite useful.
STEADY
NORMAN HARSH ALL'S 13 overs for 36 ru bowling
but the batsmen took no chances with him. He seemed to con-
centrate mon v nti rd ij with sending iha bell with the arm and cutting
it back from the leg. bowling to a packed off-field ataca the wnk<-'
did not encourage his best weapon, the sharp breakback from the off.
Holder too. 1 for 34 in II tJUIa help lor bli leg-
hreak from the pitch and he had to toss 'he ball and depend muen
upon what flight he could gel. it was g good htm rnd
I was interested to see him bowl wifhoc |] help icket whet)
he gets considerable turn fnmi his gptntW n
I ram fair I
With the total it 45. Norman
Marshal! Ung at the
end
ind Bonltto p i
a boundary to
extra
when Smith
.nlaflelded.
King w ho had
wing iu>
. -11 had
: wu-
ket for lt> Ual-

alao bowled a
ol over:,
V KMttle
He was rep'-ace-i
rnornourn ami au on the
11 minuies with a glanct
-l-all bj
lion11to Cover Driver*
Bomito covet drove if*
ball of Ma
I out Uie

, i All
ratfu
lell of lurker. UarvUll bowled a
.maiden -the List [Of lh OB) 10
Booitte,
Slow left aim
bad sent
down two overa foi i, run.-.. 1 [>
ba thud to the boundary
to aend 07 on Uie board ai
ndUBl contribution 38.
Marshall lent down
maiden to Bomito ii i
(our runa scored off big a>
including a neat two to
to. Marshall bOt
other maiden, hh thim
Ion to Bonltto.
Thorbourn singled to mid off off
i
Witt .i powerful off drtva H.
I wteket '.tf Marshall's
next over to Diake blj sjoon II.
The total was now 75 and Kmg
..i I,.-
northern end. Thorlmtii
to mid on off the fourth, bill
BOnlttO who went up snick< d Ihfl
next which Holder at second slip
r the ball had bounetd
from wicket keener Taylor.
I-our Boundaries
.....
lour tawDuaneg u u, nunutaa-
jonn nci^eoo join
wno wa i
liuued lioiu the noulllcrii i
dm evaj i . .
in KingTi next, rhorbourn goi
inciuduig two .
to the on aide, lie UcldJ)
lua ufty dUI rm With
pull to thu long on boumiaiy. 11.
innings bad I min-
utes and waa Incluaiva oil nme
Doundarla .
The luncheon interval a
horUj afterwards with the total
at (17 for thl wickets.
Thorbourn and McLaod were the
not out batsmen with ji and i
r< ttai lively.
After Lunch
King Bt UlC pavilion end ami
Marshall .it lbs other continued,
the attack on reWIBBpt
sending down two COOaecuUvS
matdens, King gent down tniaa
bounoari in nil three ovara, bui m
the liftli ball of the third over
Thorbourn glided line for four to
and i up an 0 i
After the tilth 0V0I of the pOSl
lunch period. C. "Boflglea*1 WU*
hams relieved Marshall, and his
11 nl Will found .M of his wicket and i
ingfar aUowed the cuuu-
, i>eaL
Jamaica had lost their fourth
.ticket for tl rune, and Binns
partnered Thorbeum who wa*
batting with confidence llinn^
singled Williams to backward
King bowled
great
' mnii. iwndlng
own at least
aaapar m
over. He
' Io Binns


and u
gully, and made
I b e batsman

short of tho___
.-illy mid-o-i gj
' up A. Binn*
another maiden. Next over Bum*
cut William, for four, and later
m the over aurvived a confident
ippoal for leg before.
After four overa in which he
conceded four runa, King was re-
placed by Barker, and his first ball
' lea liyet to send up 100
in ill] minutes, Thorbourn took
to mid wicket and
square leg off the third and fourth
balls of the over, and after Binns
maiden
; horboun an
lartur*! lirat delivery to
The gama took serious turn
ttora1 favour In the
mms over when Thorbourn hit 1
i straight into the
hands of Norman Marshall fielding
at mid on. and Jamaica was live
down fur US. Thorbourn had
batted tor 135 minute* for* 6* in-
i hiding 13 four^.
\ Great Lot*
I am IhS only batsnuui
oi trie J was get-
tha (fowling, and the loss
M a great loss to
Mudie partnered Binna
'i- surviving an anxious
' * UrOtq WilU.....>. drove him for
Ming at mid-on.
rot Barker at dag
pavilion end after four overs, and
ok three from an over-
Uintta hooking the next
ball for four to square leg,
tier Mudie swept
Hold* i beautifully to the fence for
: Binns took another ain-
|k Oil Williams' llr-l ball of the
of scoring
i ofl lon-iderably. the
batsman watching the slow bowl-
hilly. Mudie cut Just wide
ol Holder at slip to register an-
other boundary oir Williams, snd
lumping into ma nasd l>all he on
drove powerfully for four to send
up ISO in HJ7 minutes. Next over
from Williams this batsman lifted
linn Into the out-lleld on the on
Ida for four, and came back to
book him crisply to the square leg
are M iranall fielded, and
the batsman took a single.
Third Howling Spell
With the core al 158. King was
tfurd spell for the day.
His analysis up to then was 11
' lor 31, and Barker
ght drive for the
i bunt mother pmgVa
dl ova King for four
three ofl amllar
T W Ulami in the next
At its Marshall was brought on
for the third time, replacing King
' id. Mudie cover
drove along the ground for four
and the wore moved to 179. Mudie
43 and Binns 26.
After bowling 13 overs un-
changed and taking 1 wicket for
40 runs. Williams gave piece to
folder at the tcreen end, and
Binna took a single on the off
ade off the first delivery.
In the third
ball of Holder's
second over.
Mudie dro\ *
high at rover '
give K
easy cslch, and
end his very
valuable Inning*
ef 44 runa scor-
H
He hit seven
four* It was
gooa fctoring by
Mudie who
came in al a
time when Jan
more than aver.
i.. dan
G Mudie.
'a needed runs
id the Barbados
ere giving nothing away.
QUICK Sl'I.NMKS
Cl I! WILLIAMS got his Spinners io COBM off the pltih v. iv q in-kiy
' and few of the batsmen could rlak pUQdng ba. k t. him. They
had io piav hsrward and taka chance at edging or being stumped
most part or bit out and .'till take a chance. His 3 for SB m
Of a good day's work.
I V. , an wag very sparingly used and he got neither o[ the
M> ...iked up a good pace but the batsmen, if they
pttgtedj King and Barker would no doubt Ik- ready
:"i Inni.
HANDLED HOWLING WKLL
1 THINK thai Farmei bandied the bowling wan. He alternated
spin and pace to good advantage and he having set a good exam-
>,i sterling support in lh. held.
There is n<- doubt that tta srlll follow on to-morrow
pla like 1'res.od, Saunden and
ika the most of a second chance
Dings auartanoS and DO doubt another good innings
graNted rroan Banna, lliorbourn and Mudla.
KOOTHALLKKS CUCTTING KKADY
i; TBALL Bum and playci will rtarl nuking plans for the 1952
r season which should start promptU In the middle of February.
th the Pickwick Cricket t'lub for
Ion and II will only be left for
a i a ingamanta before
the season gets under amj ,
Jamaica were now six down for
1Z and Miller who joined Binns
opened his account with an on
drive to the fence oft Marshall.
punishing thia bowler for two fours
in the last over before the te..
Interval. The score was 198 for
6. Binns net oul 32 and Miller not
out 12.
After Tea
Holder continued after tea
from Hie screen end He bowled
u. Bums who singled to extra
cover and later Miller off drove
to the boundary to aend up 200
after 214 minutes' play.
Marshall bowled from the pa-
vilion end to Binns who got two
boundaries with powerful on
it riven. His score was then 41
With Ihe total at 211. King took
charge of the new ball from %he
ML He bowled to Miller
who singled to backward point.
Binns also got .. single past Pro-
verbs at gully.
Binns got a couple to square
leg off Barker's next over. With
the second ball of King's second
over Miller was given out lbw
and 7 wickets had now fallen for
2I.V Miller's contribution of 17
included four boundaries.
Skipper Arthur Boni'tto tilled
tin- HWaab and played out the re-
mainder. The batsmen took three
singles off Barker's next over
Binna sent his score to 48 with
an off drive off King and then
singled to fine leg off a bouncer.
A cover drive by Binns off
Barker aant his score to 33 in-
cluding six boundaries In 136
minute?. The batsman also got
eight more off this bowler In-
cluding a cut lo the boundary
high over the head of Williams
at gully.
King continued from the screen
end and his over yielded a sin-
gle. Atkinson was now given his
second spell for the day. He
bowled from the pavilion end to
Bonltto who took n sharp single
to allly mid-on off the first to
send up Binns who played out
ihe remainder.
Williams Bowls
Williams at thia stage replaced
King at the screen end and each
batsmen singled past Farmer at
silly mid off. Farmer saved what
looked a certain boundary off
Atkinson from an off drive by
Binns. but the batsman later sin-
gled wide of Norman Marshall at
mid-on. Bonltto also singled to
cover to send up Binns who sent
his score to 67 with a drive lo
the long on boundary.
With the score at 248. Binns
off drove Atkinson for a single
and later sent 250 on the board
in 264 minutes with an easy sin-
gle to mid-on ofT Williams. Bon-
ltto who was now nine, entered
double figures with a late cut to
Iha boundary off thia same bowl-
er.
Atkinson bowled n maiden to
Binns. BonlUo square cut one
outside the off stump from Wil-
liams to the boundary, but was
dismissed by the lbw route by
this bowler without any further
addition to the score. He had
contributed 17 including two
I... ndar <;
The total was now 258 for the
loss of eight wickets Goodridgc
Joined Binns who waa 69.
King came on vice Atkinson
M the pavilion end and Binns
timed his first to fine leg for a
hrnce and then cut a short one
high and safe over trie slips to
the boundary Atkinson at long
off failed to hold one from Good-
ridge off WUttami and the baU-
men ran a single.
Williams continued from the
sireen end and the baUmen col-
lected teven including a pull to
the long on boundary by Good-
ridge Binns cover drove one
rrosa King to the boundary to
make his score 80. He then hook-
ed to fine leg for a brace and
singled lo mid-on off the last
Binna hooked one from Wil-
liams to the square leg boundary
and Goodridge singled to cover
Sthe first he received from
rker who was now brought
back from the pavilion end In
puce of King. Binns took a sin-
gle to mid wicket to send up
Goodridge who square cut the
next for sis to make Ills score
15
Farmer saved brilliantly from ,i
cover drive by Goodridge off
Williams and with the next ball,
he brought off a magnificent low
one hand catch In the same po-
sition. Nine wickets had now fal-
len for 22. Gondridge's contri-
bution was 15. Scarlett joined
Binna and these batsmen were
together when play ended for fche
day with the total at 296 Binnv
is 88 including II boundaries and
Scarlett is 4.
LOCAL JOCKEYS
Wanted: An Apprentice System
In the H.WJ.
Uv in*/hit;
sMl I I :
being the i
Prvacod c William. O Bsrkrr
1 Thorbmirn e MarUi-ll b Rarh-i
r saundan I b w b Kin*
I Bonlllo i Mulder b King
McLaod lb*, b w
V Bmn> not out
1 MudM e Kins b Holder
t Miller lbw, b r King
1 ftonltlo lbw. b WUIianx
I <;.Irldl* e Farmer b William,
I Scarlett not oul
Pall of wwkrtt: 1-4. t1, 1It. 4
ii. 5us, a in, i-iia. a- Km s
UNO ANALYSTS O M
King n s
lather 13
MaroaaH 15 T
Atkinmn
Holder II i
B Willia
STANDARD 'BRIDGE
IS. M. Harri-.cnCray
lle.lrr -mull
Kill
JA 4
A 1
W. B.
> W*tt WUJs
( p i i ? i-
* j : i t
9 ii ii
S3 5 3 Z
K q s
This liand ironi the 194H
id Cup match
be:een USA and Crock-
ford's gave the former a
large snd unnecessary gain
In Room 1 lite AmerVun
West was two do*n un-
doubted in a compact ol Two
D'.amondji At a oilier
table tltelr Norm player
fordfl East reje.
opportuni'y lo make h sounil
overran of One Spade. South
bid Two Clubs, passed round
lo Eaal. who decided to con-
test the par' ..core with s
lake-out double
South redoubled end West
bid Two Diamonds, doubled
by North Went, would prob-
ably be one down only but
East rescued into Two
Spad.^ and North again
doubled Eabt lost the
maximum, being held u>
four trlclui (or h net loss of
800
Laaa i. i
WEATHER REPORT
YESTERDAY
RainfaU from todrlngtoo:
Nil.
Tola! Rainfall for Month to
dale: .23 lm.
Temperature: 72.1 l
Hind Velocity: 7 rallea per
hour.
sarosnetee (9 a.m.) 30 010
(11 a.m.) 984
TO-DAY
Sunrise; S.I2 a.m.
Sunset: :..:.! p.m.
Moon: l ! t|uarler January
21.
l.l| hltna: ft-M u m.
High Tide: 1.32 a.m. 10 24
p.m.
aw Tide: -' 44 a m.. 4 Is
p.m.
i*,ui raeaag hi iwa BM i
. dent in
nd that u to* fact t,li West
ra -re making their presence felt lo a
tar are.. mf time in the past
history or racing 111 the South Caribbean. The
not the leaat
iproved economic eondltlon but sitting
at my radio and Usieuiii,. .i.stmas meeting
in which there on ware rKlden by Wast
Indians, 1 could not help thinking how times IxmVK changed.
Of course it was not yeslctuay mat West Indian jockeys born
and bred have been riding on our tracks, and. in fact, in earlier
times, the majority of noers m Iha lulu were West Indians. But
Ida were Very small and the standard of jockeyahip not of a
very Ugh order. L/n the first World ' 11 is plain that English, French and
Venizuelan jockeys held the gwi i. Iiandlul of the local
jockeys made names nM
Uuruig Uie twenties end earl) unities, one West Indian, in Ihe
person of Mr. O. 1*. Bennett, wno combined owning, training and
oreeding with riding, stood out a me leading jockey of Ihe Souin
Caribbean 'i>; g :.. Ug continued to grow, so did the numbers ol
jockeys from overseas nwraaae. To .ill intcnla and purposes, West
Indian locaayahip at this point waa ;t .i tandwUII.
THIS w.i- iimoi .Mi.u bj Iha tune the second World
War approached ami ... I'm Bennett and his son
Steve. McDonald Aird, J Im.iiu.hi. Itacbette Edwaro-
and a few others retired tram the ganv a-eca taken up
paau and Vanesuelans. Wnen Iha w^i aetsjaUs broke ou:
11 oould oe aKpaetad trotn lunajaaai countries, instead
of the Weal Indians coming UrtO thet] own, it was the Venezuelans
pad 'he buielit- DoQoWt i Meeting hi Trinidad,
l a Spanish mimes nlkd the boards.
And with them the Spanish fockejri brought a new code of rules.
This waa a period which I shall always rclcr to as the rough riding
days of racing in the S- Never before or since havn
race meeting* baan M full of ini|ti,nt-s and objections, list lights and
whip lights. I IhMN tiie subject and there-
fore do not hilcnd to go into tins pun of the story here. But in brief
the South American jockeys weu pparantl] nniHHlniiaHl to riding
under ruh from pnttarnad on Iha English Jockey
i-'lub Btyla. Crossing, bumping jnd boring were simply matter of fact
n-ppemngs to be UVatad moie us the luck of the game than thu
. When it came
'" oanTjFlial an avavtaklng b h oi Smiling down on a chsp
who was already upsides on the inside, well I have seen a Vene-
zuelan stand aghast when told that it w.s wrong and he would bo
ibied fur it.
rVIJ this have an effect on our local lads'.' I think It did. but
U fortunately more M on haoaa who were already established
riders. Luckily i osjatara, who were then only spectators,
did not pattern themselves on these hues. Even thos*. who were
already established soon lapsed b.iek to BHsra orthodox tactics as the
Venezuelan Influence began to 11
But what the local boys have auflwrad from m the past and Ua
stdl suffering from today is Uie want of ., sound apprentice scheme
which will help them to learn Us ,,t thg ^unic before
thoy are dashed into iha Bra as raw recruits, in some Isolated cases
in the past there have been one or two who served a kind of appren-
ticeship. Moat notable of these who come to mind at the* mmm-nt uei,
Eric Holder who began as an exarctea Lid tor the late Mr. Harry Hun
jnd Steve Bennett who naturally was properly schooled and groomed
by his famous faUier.
But most of our local boys, who aspire to be good jockeys some
day, as soon as they pass from the stage of stable lad to exercise boy,
quit their regular jobs snd become exercise boys for anybody who
will put them up on a horse on mornings. The next step Is a very
independent feeling, the) an given ; Uoanea ami they call them-
aelves jockeys. After thul any advice, be it offered by owner, trainer,
groom or even a racing tad aa though it were so much
eye wash. The result Ii that nolwdy else suffers wore than they
themselves and It takes them twice as long to reach the top.
1STENING to tho Trinidad Christmas meeting, it was indeed
a-i pleasure to hesi Mr. Dick Murray aay that the riding was very
clean and fair. Tins is a good reflection on the aptitude of our boys
who have tilled the breach left vacant by the absence of the South
A,m"'c'!'V < ' .'i Mi. Murray say thai
the local boys were caught napping by the more experienced riders on
such things as swinging wide on turna, misjudging of pace uud making
their efforts at tho wrong moment.
These are Just the sort of things which an apprentice system
and special races for pptwntleeg would counteract. In the first place
the boys would have .. definite boss u. when tluj would be respon-
sible and who. In turn, would ho responsible for them. Secondly,
advice from the boss could not be treated with a shrug of Uie shoulder.
Thirdly, in the special races time would not only be uie Incentive to
get ones horse past Uio post llrsl. but the idea that everybody in the.
race was on show and no m.itte- uahed they would have
to make U evident tout they were ood riders.
. ,,'ew.o( lhe ,nore notalle local jockeys of today are Eric Holder,
J. (Mice) Lutchman and nil brathaj C. Lutchman, All Lester New-
man Jim Lowe. Abraham Joseph, s Jo* on, Singh and Johnny Belle.
Of these Holder and Lowe haw ,:, of experience and
the former especially wa have seen emerge on many occasions'as
champion Jockey of Uie South Caribbean ebretdt, The others havu
more or less become prominent in the last five or slx> years. Some
"!"*.?*? m *'> >"'' Of two such as All. 5ingh, Hello and the
two uutchrnans. As meeting loUows mccliiig, their improvement
can be foUowed just as one roOowi the foim of tho horses.
A. Joseph, for instance, wai I tai bnproVCd jockey on his last
appearance up here in August than he was when he first rode ban
about three years ago. Yet he had been iidmg in Trinidad for a Ion*
. DB,Ior* W-* ""d was much In demand by those who seemed 10
tliuut him a second Gordon Richards. But his luck at winning was
apparently confused with his ability to rtdi and as soon as the former
loo* a turn for the worse he waa dropped like a hot brick by thoa
wno were so easily impressed. Now that he is not riding so many
lfen I think he is a tor belter tnekay. *
QPEAKING to Frank Durr, who paid ui a visil recently, I could
^ not help being impressed by his being impressed with the talent
shown by som0 of Uie local boys in Trinidad- Ms was as impartial
a^noptnion as one could want and he did not say It lust out of polite-
ness. Hut he was very surprised when he learned that there was no
organised system of aprenticeship out here. The local boys had
impressed him with sheer natural ability
TPK lit H.T.C. I notice has made some changes in the provisional
,_____programme for the : and with these it has now
become Official. I am glad to saa that they have even improved on
WUeevrsti..n au la In tl -.. Not only te the last
ii. r" rMC a1*" **? ""' "r;I "'" " |S>'. which was origin-
u u L r" Is y' ** aUo bMB thro*n open. Those In C clas*
IS '^'T hBVe J' choJ <* hag Cs ih?ehU^oiW "Ce ."" M l ,h'"k- shuId eV> *
trie fields e\en more tiian my first suggestion.
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SUNDAY, JANUARY W, 1S2
M MM. IIHIK Ml
PAOI livr
VICTORIA OUT FOR 387 RUNS
JAN. 13
NO. M6
W.I. Lose 5 WicketS Busters Beat
In Scoring 190
i icopii ih*m:.\ i a i io\
Hangers 31
I . If AKOLI) DALE)
SYDNEY. Jan.
look Iheir score to 3B7 to-day before they v.
all out chtofty through bnsk stand by Hassett and Ian ,n.>n" *lut Bro.
' >: ,".i-n in a
keenly conic ted name of polo Jl
the Garrr Uy inree
By storing in.
put ihesnselves
Johnson and some lusty hitting by Ring, the man who won Whum ihej will pie. on Wednes-
the fourth Test for Australia.
were 1*0 for*" *'**"*'*, Qwj.?V Vfil,
five ai the lit.. rmstl- ^ K3^ Gbb ij AUin--n
*>ni s wicket with the last ball or r> >im .- w**k ve-ami--
the daythe kinrt of disaster l * Donald <- MankaJl b Vakiniri*
that ha* frequently happened to J*VT T'l b i
BOWLING ANALYSIS
the islanders.
A f.M'.ure of the West Inaie-
hatUng was the belated return to _
Aian llae. His 80 was ^J]
bM mhd and included e~atV
among his later hits In the eve-
n.itK .1 mtigmlk-eni sttaightdriven
gain Aihwwm iua
found Melbourne nouiul unlucky M*iaa*ii s t se
and was out for seven to a leg- Va s t *s
l^i^ajj i...-. .... li i ii*
RacV form may wm him back 9,n"ro"' i
his pi. Hm wear indies tihst inninc;*
Marshall's leg is .-til) under sus- "T,,*!L*"l . K a*. jn* i
and Richards too is suffer- VJimml T wSoiie 6 ami >
Hip fruiu Wfftn b Johaoton
VtCVORIA FIRST INNINGS ManHall r Ian aVOcnaM b Filrti*n I
C Mr. iJuiuli < Wf-w b K-tsttton 'I Chimiani r Hamit b Ian Jaaat*" :i
M | ieajM Athuiaatf *> Ellfaa .
B N Harva) < tYrauM.n b AlhUMoa ----
itlkn b Jonaa M Total ifr S wlckal-i .. II
J Chwaaen c SUMl-naywr b AUonaoa 1
Stanley Matthews Draws The
Crouds To Blackpool
The football follows in lint- pion&hip of England."
aln has become used to the Joo Smith, famous as (be burl)
name of Blackpool near the high and powerful inside left of tin
to wietr great Ballon Wanderers' cup final
pUivt-is in inleroaUonal matches teams, haa made his and the
and to their lanajBrllM iblrtl in dub's reputation since he came
the great arenas. Thus, it is from liuadlng to take over aha
possible lo overlook the fact that malinger* hip. Hi* master stroke
Ul.nkpool ire one nf tin1 ncwar Wras, undoubtedly, the purehuse
great powers In football, and of Stanley Matthewsthe groat-
their real importance lorgeb eat footballer of the agefrom ;'('
Indeed, their iieai St.ike City. It was partly good
ne.gh.iours in Luneashlre. Pres- fortune, but nbto u stroke of
ton North End. had won the wisdom that presented him with
League First Division Stanley Mnrtensen to play inside
< hanipiun&hip twice and the Cup to Matthews in one of the most
Bd Blackburn were five dangerous wings of all football
times cup-winners before Black- history,
pool to much .is joined the Sec- The uefence has been
vision, lenlly solid. with Hay
ng at centre-half, the back
day to decide thi- season's Cup
these teanv
:11 their maii-he-. -nwt
last game Wedneed... there will
be a presentation match on Satur-
day.
,:-me yesterday. Ranger i
played a good game, bail
always haa the edge. Beside*. It

'.
about a foot fron
the first
chukka, but in the naa
! Hosiers. V.
week*
curate sh..i
aenred what wai event
only goal for Rangers.
John Marsh who came In as a
pubstltuta for M Par!
ajnuhstt bgajta |a iiurt after th-
first chukka. scored a goal In the
fi-nirlh chukka and the I.
Busters waa scored in the iin.d
Chukka by Weekes.
The teams wera:
Buster*- V W I M
K bietVtDa and A Arthur
kamers w Cbaorfk I Col
Mkheila (Cspt ) K Dean nnd B
'mw.
Baplism Toilax

A U.
Beach. M

I
' '-each


art II "-hin.
i

I
the Waal
1
l| w We, ..
I

The Topic
of
Last Week
:
USED
TO WAKE
FEELING
TIRED
MAJ MGRVVK OKIXI. (nhtl
ur<--anu ake Mi-lntyra Rowl to thr 1
M i,c at the Rocklay Oolt and '
The four day tonruameot whi<'
tar day
of tka Tnuidad Oolf t.as
I laptaiu. Hon. K R Hunt*,
Club vaataiday aftamoon.
ion i'V Barbados eadea' yaa
Rockley Golf Club Wins
McIiityreMtiiiorialBowl
AOTslei Rvplavv
Qpeners
THE ROCKLEY OOI A- i COUNTRY CLUB wll*
ioti wi i Ihe Mclntyn Me.....rtal B iwl
I,,,,,, si. Andrew-i GoK C b Trtntato*. wtan th Inter-
, i .,,i-,i Golf Tourumenl tndad *1 Uw Snail*? GU md
Country flub yi I noon
si'a, rav Qoll Clul who an I
petition with 31 points wor I cup ba Bai
Inted Trinidad last car -
,.......""aJT^ST,
liail preaeiitod lo the
u wen
l
and reliable, and the weak-

Johmitm. LindwaU
foraajd la 1887.
od '. maleh (lost 21 ,,_
* W. neS "!? ioa'r 'Wa^d'V -" M'"-- "" 0~
mi. league in ....udMiion of Parm. Theright-
lWlf and headM it in 1894 This. ( trlMaJe of internaflonaU
waa kha end of Black- _MunheWa, Mortensan, Horn'
uccess for a longtime. johri!,ton at h.ilf-lMickhas had
Od Divisien , ,. |-0i,on up so that Morten-
jn lB9fi. but in 1899 were ihe ,. mj-,,, p.ut ,he gap a[ cantre-
hottom mad to the 1,,,,,^ Bnd the left wing ha
tf2?"Jffi" i^ague, "T *"IO,,' never been really strong.
1B99-190O. Then the club amal-
ted with Bouth Bhora and
' "' Ui
SYDNEY, Jon. 20.
Wll \' tini Ha
Ms itill barrtvl
i ...
. | "i ilng i ukai place
in the fifth Test lo Oaorge Thorn* club
and Coin, M, l>.nald tih Of
i...ii d
| I i!h
Richie Benaud. young New Andrew's |us1 I '\ '
^^_ smith Walea legnreak bawler i- Altar Use match, i
chosen in iba twejya In place ol tho
Noblett. The team: Hai sett. H |
l>ri\ :'-ln r.iiinim
Pluiiind For P.O.9.
itjur-.-.-)!' u N
.".d n.ii. ,:> .ii Iks
'irons

\ W N
an in th
lor 11
ik n M

U.S.A
e If nil

Inn will be I

AnS hail


I rNanaaa
1
Before tadng Kmaal
.
lellog rar tirnd. Now
, : ,... |j all '!; |l UPS !'-' ''i I
full of eneiue


ann swcllliws r.tun.l my aokles
those pain
iCrnachaD Hal'- *ofai
* *5 iLl!w"
beoaaaa II
kidneys a;. UM kters
i.ham al". werktr- .^nootldv an-1
i i-.ward of this
Internal ulaanltnaaa la a freshened
enJ tnvli
waste materials are expelled and
the paias of rlu'iimailsm due.
And aayoa 'i' >">-
acbsD. vnur whcl- body responds
pkeeaUta and H lores
RHEUMATIC
PAINS
Stuart. ShTrnweli and Oarre". **
TnHtiiTeiinilii fVitawi
Qpeai I'fhriiurv I
1901. but. in IS
they were
The 19*2 Table Tennis Scasu..
, -'..... i February 1 "" "'
Id be stupid to Miggcat ih.it II Ulth .^eilf,. ,,( [oter-Club i"K on behalf
might have been as powerful as matohc In tin
legendary right wing miri. .,. i|(t.
tt.nnh
Bafora "handini

the Roehjey ehib foi

i
.
]
in.
i the antl
1
again at the bottom of Uie table. (nlerriay(
BUiekpool began to rise with
their outstanding playei' the
Iliovvn. Ihe Scotti-h |);t,. v V. \ VV.IT .
1 from mm Fife. i< ,i v,n,. ^iA ,\di|(>l,i Th Iba Roi
nalde wni |. fi%'e singles wilh tr.
,;. | i .. Wakv lam, U I
At the YM.CA/s Naval Kail Club's wlntai pfofoaaiosial,

Muitcnaen has. perhapa lost |he M(.., n,,^.,-,,,,, Division th. rift l "The" CTi nd Ball"
to think lhal ihe Kngl..nd s-L ,((i.,_
full lepre- p F..v VM|..
I
ment. PI iicries

DsdfOtd Kngalnd internationals. Vet
even theie were years of lean
Iba en aaj was still
not quite turned when they were
ion n( tin- Baeond DlvknM and
: !.^ the Fu-st
in 1929-30.
Their promotion caused great
iv. in aha town but, in
1930-31, they c,wiceded the greet- \i[i: t~_v ^oncj.ty^
est number of goals ejar scored ^latlvr , without him.
lir-i D.vi- Rut when, in years to mme.
* waa, .ifter two ,he footoaii follower looks back
'

time si

relegated. In )n rjintiipoo) f to-day. he
A ill
nine single*
:1th thr

Hi '
Priliajfgltaaj
ason*
KoD, K. It Hunt,. i
..I the Roakku ciub
H .
Maj. OreU d>r Ins kind i.-m.i
II.
rba i ...
the first series wUI
Carlisle Bay at 10.30 SJn. t-
footbalhnv The lK>ats K|-cted to saH are: too. the Uarbad-s teem, hud
Tornado Racing Today
ihen way back ritn.mer1 aliove all. Slanh"
nto the lop league where they MaUm.Wfi lhe greatest attrar-
Voio "' ,"1Ppc,ncutar|y ,mUl tion in the gamethe man who
.. ... draws to Blackpool matches folk
With war came the beginning u|l ,,(1 .,, walch anollu,r game
lackpool'a real nlnancc. thc cnUrc H.aBoni
With many international it'irs
stationed locally in the Royal Air 11 is difficult t forecast Black-
Force and a large evacuee popu- pool's future, for no manager
to BWau their gates, they hope to find a Matthews and
became the strongest side In the Mortonsen in every footbidlir.- -
north. Three LUtt roaj generation. They may have lo Vamoose, Ednl. Cornet
ivjttlim league, be content with a leas exalted Temp* l I n*ek- >ei th0j hoped ' < II rrtnidaS
twice reached vie final of the war position and less magnetism when away, and Thunder Cyd .long their
eup and, in 1943, beet Arsennl in the time comes for the two DUa- which sailed lasl year, was SOU beet poBatbls team.
a challenge match for the "Cham- ters to go. in Trinidad. It.- I.MiBiU.* team *
BARBADOS TURF CLUB Official Programme-Spring Meeting 1952
I irsl Ihifi-Suturtliift 1st !#*/ *!,. ttt.VJ
tent i
I i had fir
gu .. Tka alul I i
, Mi Oel it I I
I gg Uattal.on. Bl
..nd was well over a hundietl
m. The Ball was an Old
i \\ \ Ml g-UM- Mat ol
,n 1903. He thought tl
,, i gjv< ;.ii of Iheii
Party
i Um Hock-
Counfr) Club In
Mil.- WBi
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pun. Mtt .nid uniioMiilv nourishing. Kl IM
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leadil) dlgi -i"l m *l* i nn|.....n'1 Fi
UxrVi alt, Kl im ..' | : rKHsarpda.
ili^ ihu N inun Hi net n Dl ft* Itl
1. KLIM is pure, sofa milk
2. KLIM keeps without refrigeration
3. KLIMojaallty it always uniform
4. KLIM it eicefleat for growing children
5. KLIM adds mouri .hmc t to cooked dishes
V KLIM 15 RICOMMIN0ID FOR INFANT FEIDIN0I
*" 7. KLIM it info in the tpecially-packed fin
8. KLIM it produced under itrletett control
^,' add ^ KUM. .H,^' A^P'jZ)
and you hoe pure, safe
klim::;: milk
IIIITIK PlltillMCIIHI W0IID OVII


PACK MS
,1
GIRLS OF 1951
iiu Itom iet KINOSLKT)
VUHo ARE THE GtRLS who haw made Lb b nark In
Tate and Carol Wi
But the owner of each has. duriJ i>ccome
something Farleigh in the WKAF I in the
WKNS. and Lieutenant Carol wi i vei in the '
That* girls are v-
onswer to all the joka iboul Wren
women in uniform
young women of assorted but ...tfor>.
undeniable telM "nd" '
.areer- in the, Sen' Mi
1*1* as eve. '.
SUNDAY ADVOC\TE
SUNDAY. JANUARY , 1M2
- would have dime.
CORPORAL FARLEIGH hai
been named in u HA F maiia-
iine a* the WRAP Girl <>f th
Vimi She 21 yrai- old
hairwl. and witrks as u clerk nt
.in R.A V
y to coA.ii U lie* Wrens
Iklnf-
i
Top T liter- the
tlnak i
CAROL WT V ER was
ny- rarllei
Sfi joined the service tea
years ago. and if you asked I.. M.nimer.
what her eglra-curn. -;lar Mm
"',*"' *'" would "P'^l ho
athletics (the set up a WRAF h of honour as the but
record for the 200 metres in G many this *uiimi.-i> swimming.
riding, gliding climbing, tan m New-
yat-hung and danrinp. inad tba
PM pnaata," yi ihe RAF. WRAC imtlei the nad
Review.
type of British Serriceu-omai.. h
her approach (o her duties and )..,
h in it..- ,,ffl(pr
V Durla
j vast i;
f .lemoriJ
Be an o ver-for ty PLUS man!
During the laat twenty yean, the experience of
numbers of people all over the world has
demonstrated the efficacy of Phyllosan tablets as
i means of fortifying tho over-forties by increas-
ing* physical and mental energy, strengthening
the uervea and restoring digestive and metabolic
tone. Be an over-forty plus man! If you are
beginning to feel your age. start taking
Phyllosan tablets to-day! If you take
them TPQ\iln will Bton"h v. i
^^^ata^veui
WITH CASHMERE BOUQUET FACE POWDER
LIEUTENANT WEAVER piny, hockey. tennis. netfasU. snd hu been
.ippointed -port- officer of her London unit.
n'llng, ihe received her
aaond pip" as a full lieutenant
within h few weeks of being
commissioned. Her B.A was
worm 21 months' seniority
Now f Jwtitananl Weaver is
stationed in Ixwidon. doing tho
dull with
which ill wkac oftv. i
aval their ciu.tllllratinni, begin
theti enrlce
She arrived
and German,
learning Rubs
bad to ii
LEADING WHEN ANNE TATE
Aibrosth. Scotland Hci home I- In Oxford
sporU in off duty hour*, but of training *yt
poll tas fun."
Black Eye
T*HE Navy does not select a
gul of the year from iimong
he WltNS. If thrv did so,
IXADINU WREN ANNE TATE.
nose home is In Oxford, might
.imllf v
Lading Wren Tale, is a (all
Ova, fair-haired girl. 20
"Id. who *is signed on in
Par four years, and
U stationed at Arbn>;ith. where
She works as a meteorologist.
When we saw her, -.he had just
conic fruin winning; the W.It \\s
squash-rackets champi oo-diips at
Oraanarkh. She uni> took up the
game when ana entind the
service in l4P "lie
W.R.N.S. rhaatpfcMtthJn in the
winter of that year, and
knocked out. with a black eye for
a souvenir the path of her opponent'.-'
racket!. The following; winter she
Wan the championship.
Javelin. Too
Lcndin* Wren Tate (who joined
the Sei \ I
of trie moment) has won Service
conuMUtifba in hurdling and
laveua nwowftni She I
high Jumper an the summer he l
ber of. the Royal Navj Palo Clufa
and in the winter as u member of
a Service skiing club, she get-
f kit tig in thi- Cungorms
All Ihaai are strict!
meteorologist st
BSai in for many
i'1-r train it would
knowing Irani b
md now she Is
ten she
e as "a lovely
language, and
comparative!)
simple If you
like learning
language-"
Baa plays ten-
nis, hockey, net-
ball. Is keen on
mountain, i mw
and is sports officer for the
WR U In Vie,- unit.
lit Weaver intended to
jinn up "ii a short-servu
but was persuaded to engage as
Now she is glad she
O. Instead of hllmg ii<
a few mmg Hit-
WRAC, she has become a career-
girl in uniform.
All-Kounders
Ibe some time U-foir
i.ters are entered for
khetx moihcrs' Si-ivic" as sons
uccaadad ibair fsiiiers.
I: win be avan longer hora
0l Strviccivomcn tneaw>
tors are commonplace among the
and the admirals on the
walls. But when these things
come about it will partlj be
thanks to the Farleigh*. Tates and
Weavers and the other alWOUnd-
ara, whole Servu.- ..nn.
emphasise the hreadth and scope
of life for woman In uniform.
Kirs) Woman in IK Years
LONDON.
For the tlrst time in 18 years
the Royal Society or Portrait
Painters have alanad o woman
member. Site hi A. K. Browning.
ailist wife of T. C Uufdale, R.A.
Only Other women member.,
arc Mrs. Flora Uon mid Cnth-
l-en Mann formerly Lady
Qia*enabi
Mi- Ilugdule (Brownie to her
rrlanda) -hares a Chelsea studio
with lai hufhand, but works
mostly at their Suffolk country
rsorne. she palnti portrail
tn, land eanaa
PHYLLOSAN
fortifies the over'forties
Colds,
Coughs,
Sore Throats, Bronchitis
a Soft tsiiw'od
DsUaisIr psrlwrnad
a Coihmero Bouqvsl foes Po-dsi
Hh hn.ih
* O-ngt l.ghll,. oly, lo*
tailing lovshnott
Doctors Prove
A Lovelier
lier Complexion in 14 Days X/ ia
WSZ
/
It does you good in two
ways you rub it on
and you breathe it in!
For quick, sure relief
rub THERMOrFNF
Medicated Rub all over
your chest, throat, and back.
Its hcalinj warmth relieves
congestion, and breathing the
pleasant medicinal raPOnC it jives
off clears nose, throat, and lungs.
DOUBLE-ACTION
THERMOGENE
MEDICATED RUB
In big glass Jars and handy dandy Tins
for a Brighter, Fresher
Complexion, use Palmolive
Soap as Doctors Advised
leading thin tpeciahitl proved Ihet
Palmol.v* Soap con improve com-
ul-"iom in many way*' Oily ikin leokt
lets oily-dull, drab fcin wonderfully
brighter. Coene-looking thin opprars
finer.
COKl'OKAl, I -ii I AhLKlOH. n^ined >. WRAr Oirl of the Yrsr by
the Service msgsUne Royal Air Force Review, volunteered for ser
vice In Oerniany sfter three ye*rV service in the United Kingdom
In the HnifleiitHirg stadium Hanover, -he sat up s new WRA V
record foi the Ji) metres.
Macleans
IPIr^S&fllE)IS TOOTH PASTE
keeps TIKBVlll Wi!%
and healthy
BARll. -i u
v.','.::;',**'.'.:*.-*','.;'.',:**'*',*.;'.:'
joi: ami itoin in
(13
"The future -
\-\uw rlonM look nica .
And Joa i-> s wltn Robert,
Starvation at tin- l Mill MH
(2i).i ;o
I Robttl reu read more ads.
Together with thorn other ladi
Then they'll we the {rood-Una Kin).
ai .1 tell its value to their Law.
Quality ;inU value ComblDe,
in this the beal food-line;
KOO layi .1 \ i: rwarlnl look so dour.
Starvation is not at the door !
With KOO on the market.
A I K(X> in the basket.
J & H with the help of KOO
HO tear oi dropping through!
ASK \lllll i
i.mi
run \\
vi Mini i.iiiiini',
bveMec/yV/
BROADCLOTH
IS THE LATEST IN PYJAMAS
with INNER
CLEANLINESS !
Ijfc's always fun for the
youngster who lako, a morning
glass of sparkling Andrew (or
Inner Cleanliness She'- ti; ami
full of vitality at lessons and
plavtimc. thanks to Andrews'
gentle laxative action.
Andrew* cleam the mouth.
settle* the stomach, tones up the
liver and ensures rcgularitv. Ii
also makei a refreshing drink
for any umc of day; iusi one
leaspoonful b suthucm.
DO you know :/,, "AgaWa," dVaali ,o
lioxijf gat.
I km the /, Iketlomvh ami ihe gas has a deansr.e awaf ./hinf effect,
hfftrvtscent AnJr.i.i takes this metum. freshening iht whole
system, ikrough Inner Cleanliness.
EASY TO SEW
AT SUCH LOW COST, TOO!
Watch the exciting stripe* and
comfortable. cikiI wear <>f "Tex-mnde*1
Raleigh Print Brondcloth pleane the men
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SUNDAY, IA MARY i. ltM
SUNDAY ADVOCATE
PAGE
Hhut's CtMiking
In The Kitchen ?
A tra.u'.i > duih in
inUuwnU in Room <*

-noechl all very good
| Ungs but
mutt) lighter owing lo the ^ngli>h
pomoi.
(.n<..In of I'olalor-
For people: English poUloei
4 lb... Flour 1| lb*.. W, Tomato
>auce. Grated cheese.
Boil the Engluh pouto*. peel
them. mash them and let them
become cold. Mix them with floai
until vou have a smooth dougn.
Cut the duugh In big piece* and
piece like long rope.
cui "iho rapt" In email pweai
..bout 1 Inch HBg. ThMl wttto x'Ui
thumb make u little boi
itiHini.- toiling u

in a saucepan and a pinch of salt.
bolls put some
of the gnocchi in and as soon
a* you fee -them float taJH them
up and put them In a dish. When
one layer is rrady povr Uie
tomato tauce and n Ub
of grated chceae and tepeat until
Semolina tinocchi
For 6 people: Milk 1, pint.
Sciwlma lb- Salt. Egg yolks t,
Ontod Cboiaa, iiuttcr 4 or.
Put the milk in a aaO)
H boDl add the semolina
little at Urn* and stirring 1',
(-onUnuovaly with a wooden
Y->u will -* 'hat milk and
1 will thicken w
Work the mixture with the spoon
i.n the fire for at least 10 moro
Sewing
Circle
Titan Qboul Jown
It if hi:
Lett:
Ltllle Jacket in ll-irrb lured. houing Ihe dUmond-*.lre\
The "poncho" Mem*. *nd the -drainpipe" sJggH,
The Edwardian Look
l.ONIXW. Jan. II.
V* had the Naw l..ok. !h.
LiUla 11' > Look and the I
I*wk. Now ronivs the Edwardian
introduces somc-
thing different h
' nings at home and
ends.
flaik we go to the fashion* of
ihe Edwardian*, butthe fashions
of the Edwardian man. nut of the
women' The smart slacks of to-
day are eut on the lines of the
'drainpipe" lrouser>. neatly taper
to the ankle, and have no turn- .
ups. They are made In the bright-
By DOROTHY BARKU.Y Mtfelj .:...berr> teal "**"
The blouse with the poncho In q f?L^2Z?jl
1 hi tooth* of ihe ..ewe* In-Aed *** *ZJ*"3E.
parti lor flacks. With a wide. g 1
>i.w rmM-alft aiasMi *'L'" 1.:%-' ..... ........ I'-'"'
_ week. "Off-
I just introduced.
1 over-
11, I'l.NM \ i HLOBIMG ritot i.ih Kt.
CONCU DKD
-: I
t, Hal i' 1
t Ifa and tha length ol
iment.
mg. you
(0 .** that ehangMS Wce nacea-
1 1 araaholaa or setting of
la the sleeves on
am before
.tl,nk I'm iiada in com
uon. When tilting aimholea of
1- lo be lined r
member to allow for lining
u. K rMute the height of the
the cor-

Plata
fin the lacket hem lo Ihe .'<
:
t least an inch
1
I pa allow

I
trh in the
tleevea. Steam prees tha
Si
lechnkiue with the
.
I on the
. .ng a**l on the jackal wher M
t
normal seam tUo
the hem
line Witt of pre-
ti. , m m gild |otned, wha
.
strip
rum
I
II iron
1

told to hem fold with

1 edge of hi 1


1 oefruit Juiet Squ
R I
-
and a
beautiful floi I

.1 ,i the lundb hoaptt, 1
sjgafcei




want to throw 1
thought' Forget Id
thought, enjoy your part* i>


glasses. Butlers and maids are

tlean-up is peJl
reasonabledial 4481 an I
Ku:
IIC B Ricea I

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k.I ai



flown
.'or thb.
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here- the Barbados l.



Whet

1

; up 1

mi -i.k tl
youi
the uglit d<
lw u^^^l U Ihl ID lighlei
minutes Then i..ke tlie aaucepan
..IT in. I l",,in '' ann
.; yolks, the grated fi
ol butter, at'* frrenee t<. the common or garden
UIO mixture on vrurl> with turnupsand no Q^pjrlgi and worn in any
from China to Peru.
I
B -
.uaies 2 inchea long and hall U ,, sweaters and the equivalent of the "little l-
,n.h thick, Pol them wMcem*M bl;
,ii^h one laver at a time and gru? deep welts at the v/nist varying acrOgf the Channel in
. top ol ea.ii f,.,m >.x to nine inches, these can go on>-where.
i-h nil the sweater always have
ighll ISiight eii.euld green . part
. Heh tomatc>-rPd inakc o gay l|ril,,)W. ,..
!SVi3ii 'aMiaun and prKtkUy i sl^ve The lck l slmpl) >'""' "**v'" '"oJi.!, lulch l
vrj- mitenal. though vlv la tnu >'"" ""' ",'"~'" ,, ... ^_ n,.i u> th ganuaiii. *" "
firm (Mvount*. u' hu a small c-nllnr nd loow l ,".. I'"V. .^ ,i-,.. Bull U mpiry.
'- gtf.... Bl manU- .., , la h,rc-.-h^krd llarrta J-W ^5,L", 'taMW I lu.t 8l3 bound button.
common or garden ,.. ,.r our*-, b. mi.d> In any coat. ^,'u'";'"^..^J^miS comntata b>
., poui IM BUtura on ,..,, h tumu|and no material and won in any country lo the jaunly. oooi.u 'n j. N|w |(| |M.....M M.>d> ,r
kittln'ii table "r the ua"i>' .hape. from China lo Peru. |M '' a nnaj c-uiul ,.......: on the
il which haa lo be WE r. Thrr,. endless acope tor mateh- ___ .. Ml. . ol
c It like thai for Itour.tl.i : ,, I ,,cka. and So mooh for Ihe '"JJ1 * HhalN.M
ihe mUtura In lot the the wardrobe^ TJg^?JJi T,u.. ,..,,.
and sweaters, say taahlOB . I daairad For a 1
Ihe^cim go anvwhen>-dro..ed d.n kind ',":!.."":',, ,-"""'"''I, "
I hf .he country, dre-rt up lor the tl . Jj" "> *H ' '"- "rtw'
1 cheese shoulii.: .....it what- Sl' '' '" mm"'|. ,.! What v, ,11 ll> think of ne7 ...
..i Um lop and pour me oUw 2 oj aoerer, aeeaon. awiai " imp., ~
top Bl all ______________.^ "' loundneaa a th
PUCKFAST
V uterfti

Put ihe dl h In the ovtn (or
:
you eo the gnocchi turn I UfjM
lour.
/aba in ne
Read
tot each egg Milt! Sugar on*
ft
vine 2 ublMpoortsful; VanilU.
R-angg peel QE lemon i>eel.
Various 'o make CONCfcNTKATK
This As
Depended
f Your Job
On It
arrota I
urale tho
a
Zabalone. Till on u-e Ibragia Jgmei B..... Co
which U a kind of sweet vermon: HI be "
oi white wine or even R ham ,hufh
a .mail saucepan or Pyrox mix- h|f K-|_. , ..
Ing bowl and put in the eggs, the _brU.kcd 1M ,..
maraala and the sugar. Then pul ,
"- ."' ......"' Muccpan "W ,, the
full of hot w.iler and |
nd he founn hlmjalt gazing al
T'.. i
Um Kbips In lead ol eoncentrating '' '* ,,'h
book in hand.
.. anjll Tie>' i
i tlld JWu Mil haw*
to lM>at the eggs.
;.ll Ihe time they .ne on the ii.e
YOU will IM that .it tl!>t the mix-
lure will look frothy but after
n time it will become, soft
ven light. When >ou are satis- criltration. U Lnj con- v
fled that t tad ItrnteoV'
,. ,..-. .. -11 morning; "Ma>be we have u h.iu- u. a
U Back l" UM li"'' " '',',,
ron. 1 il" f "',,;.,:,.. Wa I.....k about
^"iroinT ,-ouJ
.ctu.il lyl hi* mind. _j umd
up then she >erks
uon Ol lle
.' i Hi'- tip on
in
whan
I of I '"
Tack ii:
..- trm..
nuiig should pg
Tl* lining la cut from
wiUi the
ii "" On ihe
i Ing line
|
q
Ihe front
der dart which Ii onl) stitehed
bf
sl. ........ ,|, I..VML .,11.1 .... ..
Ami

i both s.,i!.j...
i
d, or
da, Ol
loti
....
.ft ihe Bra tad add nnflia
liqueur Of lemon or orange iK'e!.
Serve hot.
and gca the whole { Uiii-fl wa lcl>Uig
page n. faVUI.11 knowing llial fa" would be wl
To cuim-i.'i..''. nayg tht Oxford nraden ca *hut oui noise So 1 did without |hg mat
Dictionary, is 'to bring to or lo- wn wards a common eenli.- ,, u,lrt rereading ht Uiafa the fan timi I
f"d '"' '' '""" uiitil the noise dfcw In his ears, ttafn
,., eontn.l hu e> "It *- the same with
net. Fur ten years we ha
I .
nt .> i
Buthow ?
The < -- |-
withmit putting In hoi
At ia straight on the fire.
You might try. I did.
In the Window
who

'If 1 have any writing to do
then 1 can only settle down '
i .,. eh.*". m ,l">' room wl,nout vlcw
,T >our sw. wl|noUt ..uy pictures on th.
atch ^orking^in ^^ Ju-1 p ul>k p dulr. and
sums It
at]
dot
r .i ....

all ol the


I pressed as for the
n Mjgtora i

ggsji n-w fa-hiona ran'l take
-lia|n unlil > Bjaj
itliapo .. U julihilK i'
naturalla uplitl
rvdratod v H \.

inoiiliUyi ii, In hi- "' .>ntroh)
yean nuv.-in..n-.- .-.*.Come
try it...tee Ii
I Bgaj
tat..... .
M bia-
ieiea are mado only in the
I nitod Stales of Arn-n.a.
I her*
))Uudm "fan
lor ssfi i |
BACKACHE
IS YOUR |
WARNING!
b'lui'k). n utualtr llW firtl lifn ol Ktttof
r.,M- Ti* uwi. ihr hii. sw.
Hkni il.. frifnilM cW, ."it.iH ! aw*.
hr.ii U.-J ft>c ts *r aarai "*
aamla, .-* WJ *% > > ana
! wwii ami irli. TWn wiu Ut rMlrti
Mtll ci*nn'i ripwiMH* and 'rr4SV
I..I. h, .Ut-t i I.-JMKM .W-a., r... IKM
IMI'i I.U-1 MU w^Ut r>-l > fck-e"
(hO. Mid sun. Tho year
W.l .. first . k. J l*d fegilsM U rtstt'rd h, ndssst
IId. and rfinu. fu lrl J*" -*.
hwM lddf IUW Pils. Onfr J
'. Iff Unls at dl rtiaash. Ji'
Doddi Kidney Pills
.in...
I I -
rhe gar- \
. I.- out i
On rage
For 10 no
Ub.. VanilU
glass. Flour
Butter 4' -./.
glggg.
The
I rirs y___
a shop window under the goldfish g c e|w.lnc bu|b;.
guze or pedestrians, sums it au when the eye hag
UP- few times and found nothing
"At flmt you can! work with Interest. ,t aeta to work,
c: Eggs 10. Sugar people staring at you. hoping you
Cognac 1 liqueur hit your thumb with the hammer.
ruddinx Revc
White wine half a work sullei
In The Bin Tup . .
Seventy feet above the sawdust
ring, under the cold natal
of Harrlngay Arena, above the
Then the old hand steps in and lights, the clocks, and the
Dciit the 8 egg yolks in a mix- tell* you what to do. Ignore them, without a safety net. and tothj
ing bowl. Add the sugar, boat they ">ur work so loneliest place in the building
i the 4 >. of melted raoael) ' husband, and u
. .- fgam on anything further away, pnrtner tumble and jump iron
. gnd NOT HOT. -When yOU are raally making trapezea.
Mix again und add the 2 os. Of m eaTrt to ulUlinlraf*, then grfl Tll,.t| Koile |oapi,( al lt aaams. W
il iba egg v.:.- tan in you get on with .n,. ground. She caU'hee a rope.
. former ,uur ,.,i It breaks. She plunges on and on,
.ntly. Add 1 On Tlu> Slios .( ihe orchaslrt
i of V-nilU aaarafgt. Bui- uninr' ,, another rope savea her. How
U r iiudding howl Uft in It Lot it cook for half d.ii,, broadcaster, look over the hubje.t m hand?
.in hour in u saucepan with hut ;, -i purt in the play "The Uiggest
water. When the ..uddlng U fine. Thief in Town" a4 three days" One good rea-on. I ve got i
take it ftom the water. Let I. notice I "'* fford thr butlr,*,y m"'d.
stay for S mioutca. Then put it up there. When were upstairs
In a dish. You can serve it with In this time he had to learn g we .ill three Of H leave everv-
n light zabeionr made with UM senpt wl pages long, edit and thing anal down here. W<- Ba)
2 egg yolk*, half a glass of srl Uo shows, besides quarr* I here Hut we forget it all
sang glasa of cociuit rehearsing "The Biggest Thief." to f l H up again when
and 3 Ubleepoonsful of sugar. One Sunday he rehearsed at v.-c come down.
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BARBADOS
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I A4***M* (-
ADVOGUTE
I II MMliUwi
Sunday. January 2*. 1952
hoi mm. \iiis
IF more houses are to be built in the
British West Indies something more than
the tinkering methods row being adopted
throughout the area must be considered.
There are two tirst aids to housebuild-
ing.
The tirst is reduction ol costs of materials
used for building.
The second is direct encouragement of
individuals to build.
Unfortunately in both cases West Indian
Governments are reluctant to adopt these
first aids because they lead to loss of
revenue from customs and income tax.
But this reluctance may not be justified.
A Government needs revenue to spend
money for the benefit of its people. But
a people cannot be said to benefit if Gov-
ernment takes ever increasing sums of
money from them and makes it impossible
for them to satisfy such elementary needs
as homes to live in.
In Barbados the remarkably small num-
ber of those who pay income tax suggests
that greater incentive than is now provid-
ed by existing concessions on interests
paid on housing mortgages is unlikely to
result from a special tax concession for
private builders ol houses.
The really effective line of action wtould
seem to be the reduction of housing costs.
There can be no question of the Gov-
ernment merely removing customs dues
on imported building materials. The high
cost of imported materials is principally
due to the excessive freight rates which
Barbados has to pay because it has no
deep water harbour. But there is no doubt
that if housebuilding were intensified the
greater volume of imported materials
would allow Government to relax existing
duties without losing any total revenue
now derived from such a source. .
There is also no doubt that the more
houses ore built the less the Government
will have to spend on preventive medicine,
public assistance, mental deiiciency and
the like. Money spent on housing is money
saved.
The Government can also assist by en-
couraging the formation of building soci-
eties; and credit institutes can be exempt-
ed from income tax on the Interest
accruing from loans made to private indi-
viduals or co-operatives.
At the same time, since the number of
those paying income tax is likely to in-
crease, concessions can be made to individ-
ual payers of income tax during the whole
period from the commencement of build-
ing to the time until loans have been
repaid. But while individual Governments
can assist housebuilding by local actions.
the overall cost of building materials and
the cost of labour will only be effectively
reduced by greater co-operation between
governments within the area.
In Trinidad plans are being made to-
wards the erection of a cement factory
which will be able to supply Trinidad's
needs and will have a surplus available
for export. Barbados ought therefore to
be able to buy cement more cheaply in
1954 than it can in 1952.
In St. Vincent too there is good reason
' to believe that a cement of inferior quality
known to the trade as POZZUOLANA
can be manufactured there. If this can be
sold at a competitive price undoubtedly
use gan be found for it in Barbados' build-
ing plans.
More wood for windows, doors and
frames can be obtained from British Gui-
ana and Trinidad. Trinidad is at present
contemplating the establishment of three
kiln-driers and in HOUSTON, near to
Georgetown in British Guiana, B.C. Tim-
bers Ltd. which is run by the Colonial
Development Corporation is making good
progress. It is hoped that the mill at
HOUSTON will be cutting wood lengths
within twelve months and that these will
be suitable for mass production of win-
dows, doors and frames that can be ship-
ped to Barbados and other parts of the
Caribbean Experiments are being made
With the production of wooden shingles
by machine.
If the West % Indies ever become I fn-
trade area the duties on builtuug materials
produced within the Customs Union would
automatically lapse in favour of the build-
ing industry.
In Barbados floors, kitchens, lavatories,
bathrooms and porches could be built of
locally manufactured clay tiles The
expansion of this industry would help
Barbados by providing direct employment
for those engaged in it and would intensify
the light against roaches and other germ
carrying insects. Doubtless Barbados
could build up an export trade m surplus
tiles with neighbouring territories.
But the regional approach to housing
will not only decrease the cost of building
materials. It will lead undoubtedly to
increased productivity by those now
* engaged in building and the greater re-
wards which will be available to those
entering the industry will lead to improved
standards of craftsmanship. Even at tin
level which building has reached in Bar-
bados and in otMT islands the time seems
ripe for greater co-operation between the
schools and building organisation so that
apprentices can be trained for a trade
which require years of apprenticeship
before proficiency is attained. A close
examination of the hours during which
building is now carried on might also result
Uietivity, which wniild in
turn lead to higher wages for those
engaged in the building trade.
1! tht right polities are pursued more
houses will be built while
builders will be paid more Tht I
necessary is to encourage building.
Has Barbados done enough in this direc-
tion ? Some think not.
lOIIMM III Ml IIS
THE tourist industry in Barbados has
been handicapped by the fact that for every
enthusiast there have been at least 100
sceptics or antagonists.
Today the antagonists are in a decline
and the days of the sceptics are numbered.
The reasons for this change of front are due"
to a number of causes but the most con-
vincing victories have been achieved by the
growth of statistics.
Figures now available for the four
months ending in December 1951 reveal
that Barbados earned during that period
296,411 American dollars, 59.970 Canadian
dollars and 154,1.16 Venezuelan bolivares.
Barbados earned in other words more than
half a million dollars in four months and
before the tourist season has readied its
climax.
The tourist season proper is estimated to
begin in January and end in May. What
may the figures in June not reveal? The
days of the sceptics are numbered. After
sugar, molasses and rum, tourism is the
island's biggest dollar earner, and until (if
ever) the pound sterling is revalued, the
earning of dollars is most important to the
bolstering of Barbadian economy and to
the advantage of the sterling area as a
whole It is good housekeeping and patri-
otic to earn dollars.
But tourism does more than earn dollars
for Barbados. According to statistics pro-
vided by the Publicity Committee people
are coming to Barbados from many more
countries than Venezuela, Canada and the
United States. Of 7,088 people arriving in
Barbados during those four months the
majority of 4,776 have permanent resi-
dences in the West Indies It is very diffi-
cult to assess what is earned or spent by
tourists originating in the West Indies but
substantial spending of the II.W I. dollars
must result, even when deductions are
made for Barbadians returning home.
Venezuelan visitors top the non-British
list of visitors at 821 in the four month
period ended on December 1951. Ameri-
cans are next in number at 378 while there
were 274 Canadians. There were 252 visi-
tors from British Guiana while no less than
225 came from the United Kingdom. Of in-
terest too, is the growing number of visitors
from the Dutch and French West Indies.
There were 105 visitors from the French
and 74 visitors from the Dutch West Indies
during the period September to December
1951 while 23 people arrived from Puerto
Rico.
Electric*ity Differences
B) Gf.OIU.I ill'NTF
and another Bill which madi
City Council responsible for di -
Inbuting electricity in Port oi
u have long- sp,,!,, Sui pernando has iU own
* a thermal ahrtHcttg system and It i.> play
^'jw much lar*er Pj"rl ln Ult' all-Island
when
Of the more than half million dollars
.Mined by Barbados during this period,
money spent by permanent residents has
been included but no inclusion has been
made of the more than half million dollars
which are remitted annually to Barbados
by Barbadians resident in the United
SUttt, The figure of 510,520 American dol-
lars which is an estimate derived from
adding together the total number of dollars
and bolivares earned during these months
is based on tourists only.
According to the statistics of entry to
Barbados during these months this money-
is spent mainly by 1,498 visitors from Vene-
zuela, the United States, Canada and Puerto
Rico. But there were also 656 arrivals from
British Guiana, Great Britain, the French
West Indies and the Dutch West Indies
during the same period. These together
with the 4,766 British West Indians and
other visitors from Japan, West Africa,
Ireland, Switzerland, France, the Virgin
Islands, New Zealand, Denmark, Panama,
Ecuador, India, Holland, British Honduras.
Cristobal. Malaya, Bermuda, Colombia,
Bahamas, Argentine. Honolulu, Norway
and Cuba may have spent and almost cer-
tainly spent much more than half a million
dollars in the sterling equivalent.
Barbados is now beginning to reap the
benefits of tourism, on which it must rely
increasingly more to provide employment
tor many ol its people and to pay for the
social and public services it has and wants.
1'here are obstacles to be surmounted be-
fore the full benefits of tourism can be
attained. But it is perhaps necessary to
sound a note of warning which must be
heeded unless the whole progress so far
achieved is to be undermined. If hotel pro-
prietors were so foolish as to increase hotel
rates or in any way add to the costs that
tourists have to pay except for exceptional
and valid reasons the good work done by
the Publicity Committee and so many other
agencies to promote the island's tourist in-
dustry will have been in vain. Because the
main attraction Barbados has to offer tour-
ists today are the modest hotel rates. The
island is surrounded by other islands with
much to offer in the way of hotels, ameni-
UM .md natural scenery.
Perhaps tn no other respect
are the West Indies more unlike
each other than In the progress
made by electricity undertaking*. And the install
Al present In St. Vincent Vie er life than thu
Colonial Development Corporation pow?r station an
has begun construction on the Don and maintenance is low. (.irtr:ri. -."v.,..,,,,
Colonarie River of hydro-electric Turbine* are .!. vm by water ^wer station which will dertv
installation! which are expected -nd the power from the turbine* g* !lL fJ natural w
to provide ultimately 1,000 kilo- Is transmitted to a generator. The S^lSn^SLi naiun" "
,t:s orders for turbines have already " bfn erected.
Jn St. Vincent and Dominica been placed by tht authorities .["J"^*^0^ ^^'^J^'C,',
the Colonial Development Cor- responsible In S- Vincent and is vided by the Dcmerara Eletiriut>
lunmng bydro-elec- ought not to be |O0 long before Co. Ltd., while an electricity un-
it* KhfltMl '* inlioduction of new power dertaklng Is operated by the New
Hitherto the St. Vincent Gov- begins to show r ults ana will Amsterdam Town Council. MM it
ernment has owned and operated be reflected in the expanding Bartica a private company. Bookei
ihi- exiting electricity supply economy of St. V.ncent. Kroi.. McConnel and Co. Ltd.. own
sanitation which has been pro- St Lucia mcan..hlle has not and operates the public electricity
during possibly as much as 180 been Idle and be.id.ii the expan- undertaking.
Hv giving the Cot- won of the Sou (Mere hydro-
onial Development CorporaUon electric plant COnsM -ration la be- Throughout tbe Southern British
rights to increase electrical out- ing given lo Increasing, the out- Caribbean there is diversity in
put In St. Vincent the govern- put of the DvernntM operated electricity. In no island has tnoe
-nent of that island is moving electricity suppi.v body in Cas- been absence of difficulties, >. i
..way from a policy of govern- tries. Barbados to-day stands only oe-
ment control. At the same time I'rogress is al: being made in hind Trinidad and British Gu.au-
the provision of new electrical Dummies where l.Mcau is de- in the progress made toward'
pome in St. Vincent might well pendent on direct current which electrification of the area. That thi
attract to that Island small sec- fa available at niglit only. There has been done without any advar-
ondary industries which cannot tic -mall elevtimv plant which tages such a* hydro-electric powe.
find power say in Barbados. The U government opeialed, will be ls ai| the more noteworthy. To-day
site on the Colonarie River Is superseded by ine hydro-electric there is a steadily growing de-
ideally suitable for the arrowroot installation now being construct- mand for electricity. It* supply pi
factorial of St. Vincent. Most of ed by the Colon.. I Development dependent on many factors, sorm
I, e f.,. tones .it present us* a corporation. of which have recently receiver
large number of small water | Anugua. S John's is de- 1U^ ^UiciK Tut fwoT
wheel, to operate the machinery ^.^ 0Q D.C currcnt llcd haVc .^a.^l uob
used In manufacturing arrow- bv j govnmetit.im[ie larger factories use ffi\ JoaS "' noting because both of them might
electricity for power. The pro- **^ pi-rate to reduce the cost o( clec-
vUOfJ "f electricity from the newj Efforts have ban) made in An- Iricity when it is supplied. The
hydro-electric station which ialpVua ariri St. Lucia to utilize gen- FinX * concerned with the possl-
being constructed will boost up w>tors employed during the war bll,t>' of u8in* natural gas instead
the rate of manufacture of arrow- _ear8 on (n. u s naVal base air- ' " ln the production of steam
root and t.V cheapness of clec- ,. ,,..,,,,',,. .",,. .llort, the rron> heat: the *eond Is depend -
trical units produced by hydro- Jg*J*"J-S,^S^aE! * * * *? * ta *
y well be decUive J. hov* nm "" %cry suc creasing the day load and thereby
L^tA^SKS? "'" TpKltli .till dependent on a "Jfig* the Peak periods of con-
There is al orwent under in- government-own e.i electricity sta- sumption. H experiments now bc-
vSEZm hcC for produc- lion for getting dTC current but a " carried out to ascertain Bar-
mg rOZZUOI-ANA cement in St. proposal which include, the ,ug- ^1 *< t?' %?*
Vincent and if this scheme is ap- gesiion that the St Kitts Sugar cessful then the use or water
proved the advantages of having Factory should rprr.ite a new elec- PP, ',r HlSSa-SSS
:. cheap supply of electrical pOW- trical "installation is now being ^a-v might contribute towards a re
cr are obvious. given serious attention by the ductlon of electricity <^ts.
St. Vincent Is not the first authorities responsible for the K natural can be us ed b> th.
Windward island to use hydro- viand's admumtt local electricity undertaking it wil
electric power. There Is at pres- be a more economical fuel that
-nl In SO'TFRIERE In St. Grenada has a j.'veimnent elec- oil.
Lucia a small hydro electric Iricity supply .ui.honty but the A step will thus have beet
pi.nit. which supplies Vleux Fort talk about hydro-,'leetrie schemes tnken towards the reduction of ih
with electricity: proposals have which has been em rent there for price at which electricitv is not
been made y> increase its out- some years suggest that need for Bold. But the real ambition r
put. But It Is probable that St. more electricity is experienced In everv power station Is to pulntgll
Lucia will continue to use dieael lhe spice Island. constant full load over 24 hour
generators in Castries, as the po- |n Trinidad thin- have been working.
rssjsssa.'c Jcrrs* 5 *- - >- sk **<
Firat lhe Trim Ijd Blllkllj t-mctency and lhe
t.y>t.
Only
Are among our large
stock of Home and
Hardware requirements
The type illustrated is 26 gauge
2 and 3ft lengths
Priced at $1.04 & SI 68
C. S. PITCHER & CO.
Ph. 4472
ideiMbly less than in St
Vincent. "Water" is not free as
>t>tiA>r -.i i\r*i 4 .lar.. Board look over imm the Trinidad proached the more i* It possiblt
",'. ';.',r conduit* Wer house E,ectncl,y l'" '""- on May 1. to sell electrical units cheaply
and machinery have to be pro- lM7- Then later in 1W5 the Legis- And Barbados must sell electric
vided. IHit the costs of hydro- lature passed a B 11 which cstab- units cheaply If It Is not to Iom
power are mainly charges against li*hed an Electricity Commission industries to St. Vincent'and othct
capital. interest. depreciation, to carry out an electrifV-ition islands, where new electricity un-
taxes and insurance. scheme for Trinid.d and Tobago dertaklngs are being set In motion
Guianese Wins Frcn t*h
Competition 1951
Essav
Frcneci Revue
Ing that none of them has read,
ed the required standard, thes*
Essay* (except the work of Mr
THE French Essay Competition The four Essay* written In Burke, who has already beer
of 1951. organised Jointly by the Fjiglish and retained by the Com- awarded a prize) will partlclps1-
Ccimmittccs of the "Alliance mlttees of the Alliance Fran- m the Ordinary Contest for I9a2
Franchise" in the B.W.I, and calse" have not been corrected by the rules of which will he pub-
British Guiana, the Extra-Mur.il 'he- Jury in Pans. Indeed the lished In April.
Department-, of the University technicaUty of one of these essays This special Jury will also de-
College in the different colonlc- j .T t>i. ^,....i0i. ... n.,.. vnd the competence ol the mem- be published lr
!d the French Consulate m Port- Therefore the following ,md Periodicals,
had this year much decided
ss than in 1950. A n'"1 Dw" dCCiao*' Th<. Jlirv composed of member
total of 68 essays were sent in. The works of Mr Rawle Ram- of the "Alliance Francalse" it
Of these. 17 (13 written in French keesoon of Trinidad. Mr. Denton Paris while estimating that mo
jnd 4 in English) were retained Brown of Trinid.ul. Mr. Thomas ,,f the works presented this yeai
after a first selection made by the Anton Mclan Suncho of British show only an elementary know I
different committees appoint*!! lor Guiana. Mr. Bertram A Collins edge of the French language, re
of Kingston, Jamaica, and Mr. cognizes that It Is only a begin
James A. L. Burke of British rung annd declares itself satlsfle*
Guiana will be presented anew with the results obtained thu
... front of a specially composed far and also with the work ac-
Jury under the chairmanship of, cumpllshed by the tbcal commit-
Mr. Jacques Lcguebe Freiioh tees of the Alliance Francaise anc
Consul, during his stay in France pledges to help them as efnea-
B March 15th. 1952. this Special dously as possible.
J.iry will decide whether one of The distribution of prizes al-
these Essays deserves the 1st ready awarded will take place
Prize of the Special Contest: A during March. 1952 at dates to I*
Return trip to France. arranged by the various commit-
In the event of this Jury decid- tee* of the Alliance Francalse.
>f-Spa
the purpose In the various colon k
and senl to France.
In Paris, a Jury composed of '
members of the Alliance Francabe
pr> ceedet) to correct the 13 MH)I
written in French and the result j
of its decision has just reached the
French consul.
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Five of these essays having, in
the estimation of this Jury, reach-
led a mark superior to '5 out of a
i total of 20 marks, the following
prizes have been awarded. __^^^^_^.^.^.^.^.^.^.^_
1st prise: The award of a free
1st Class return trip from George- rflna > m ^*_ ^_J
town to Martinique via Trimd^i rlieruial 1% tiler* lnvMlit{aied
Barbados. Grenada. St. Vincent
Ad St. Lucia goes to Mr. Jame> PORT-OF-SPAIN. Jan. 16. now preparing a report on th.
A. U Burke C* Georgetow-n. British commercial utilisation o t pharmiico-dynamic value of the*
Guiana, for his outstanding con- thermal waters in Guadeloupe, waters, the technical aspect of
tubution (in French) The Scener> French West Indies, was the sub- the creation of new facilities, an
if the Forest in British Guiana" Jecl ^ M rtuav recenlly made in the tourist aspects of Guadeloupe'
d Prise: Mr. Rudolph Theodore ,hu territory by Dr. Georges thermal resources. There wer
Allen tf Georgetown. British i^Vir, Professor of Exotic Path- good possibililies, he said, bx
Guiana, for his work entitled iogy and the Faculty of Modi- such a development would c^'
Scenes de mon pays", a de luxe c-iiw of th* University of Parts, for he;ivy capital expenditure
edition of a magnificent volume: Dr. Iwvier discussed the result* Dr. Lavier spent a few days in
"Reflects de France" of his visit with officials of the Martinique after leaving Guade
3rd Prise: Miss Irene Umilta Caribbean Commission at Kent leupr. and took a great interes
McShfne of Port-of-Spain for her Hou>e. whefsr hv c.lled while in in that work of the medical offl-
work "Une croislcrc du Colombie Tnnidad en route to French Gul- r tfMn He expressed a decj
dans la Mer Caraibe" a de luxe ana. ..j.pre* uiihhi >f the rc-ults achieve
edition of the volumr of "R- nets Dr. Lavier. who is also Sec- by medical experts such a Pro-
le France". retary General ol the Institute of fessor Snutat, a member of
Ttopical Medicine In Paris and CnrlbbMUl Rafgarcll Council.
itli Prise: Mr. J. F. Gordon of l^wal S.'cret.iry f..( France of the Guadeloupe, and DoctOCI Ijivoine
Georgetown. British Qul ini f^ir hi I Royml BoeMy of Tropical Medi- and M-ntestruc in Martinique
work "Les Moeur>* de la Guyanc cine and Hygiene, arrived In "Important progress." hfi ll I
Rntannlque" a de l-ixe edition of Guadeloui-i'. oaj December 17 to "has been achieved in the control
a volume investigate. In co-operation with of infectious disease-.
5th Prime: Mr. Frank KniRht of Professor L Justin-Besancon ot typhnd fever, tuberculosis and
Port-of-Spain for his work Paris, the chemical, physical and leprosy. Malaria Is losing ground
'Coutumes de Trinidrtd et de biological charncterlrtics of min- steadily in Guadeloupe, and has
Tobago" a de luxe edition of a eral waters in the island. He ahnoa* reached the vanishing
'vo'ume: examined eight springs and Is point In Martinique.''
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Thu i . general view ol the plant howin$ the moonni *ecuoi
Ptcturo abow* the difdiarjlng end or the Plant. The protruding structure at the rlKBt in called the
boom which dMcharge* bauxite into atup.
*?/# loading bauxite
b it :. be hold of the stockpile. And tn*
! ,i. V ! i I ...!. . |: . !i|, in.,.
Jddcd V I
,
!. ......I upon looking
IXItt
1 ' ;
i i
which u. i i l -A i i "' '
.i | h pui ui) iwo month
. H^ m.;u "i ereclion u( the plant

Ihua Mia
the projeji
\,
i
ihc foundotlor laid EOr 1

tank = Hi.' hill
the projiKt A total of foui '*I
re instalhM-
! Mid ih.-
Iti.ftoo barrel*
Thew I tailed bv
the .Chlcouo Brln.
pans but
llX'llt- In!
Sen in^; Circle
# lrHm 1'aar 1
1 i i .
IIIUAf ti> mill i
underarm

i nunu |qe> hould be
V i each
,-i pin and b
.,n:iii l
a
jfil watei muin '" ''n
Ion ,- KupplH l '""""K uno**
I4A III II^I Lire tlli.lUlU k> *-LIiriFJIC I I
, > Ik, loc.1 O.tr.1 *
tank* 1a *
bin* or wlu. It could be
ow of Uio xtorage tanku which .ire %tael a
In that *hed there la a conveyor belt which i
made to throw ore Into any storage wben the other 1* Oiled.
v rtl sntrad fur
mounted t>
about SIOO.ooo and has been
C'nmunpv
The Alcoa Stawrnahlpj Company
Ihn uiih the >.:>rs. had I ft
red their tmuxttr from Surinam .
'hrouRh Iwo bargrs In the Hm-
hour, but those wore i-eplnre,1
at vear by the modern nndj coal- i
\y Station nt Point Tlmbladora. ,
Tin- si Lawranc* 1
ii. i' (man dram nc<-rmi**r to
April aacfa year, and th<- mineral
i ba earitad ti
(his period.
Already OEM of Ihe uaaa to
which products of bauxite ore
could be put m ui ovtdaooa M
the project.
AlumuMim, one oi Um product*
bixlte, is now ln-iiiE n <-1
I ihn.- during
TBBBB sheds wit
. ihr raw i
.mall windows could be seen runniiiK acre
If taken from the ship It I" automatically thrown
In a alsntlng position and emptied into laa bin".
the loading tower to the
i to the conveyor belt In

,i jacket
-nun pleal In I
. ban to brevet
i ..,u> ii" -
tahad wltM team Mndli
lining ii i' on a <

to hang free nt il
to Ihc

mini m Turnini
allowarn e on lining

i
nfnf ovci hem at n-t alfowln|
1

a pin lo
Itci
U
rhla
. a. BBa hx
-i-.tion. mohlnj -p
'' i-
' ';;'" '' >"";""" "
imework, wtt h .., ,,
biiiMini is all amrnlnum. Hm
' ii ii\i:i- 1.1.iki t'.'i tan*
d with aiuminui i
With thi- wml.l mi iUofl ''
I the *
Trinidad, thu
.1 pie) .in imp-.. '
I
/eatei Matin
1
the United Slates and
Aluminum la i i Ital n i
. iul otun ol muJtar)

i ,
1 the Aluminum l
of Canad.i. \
ship Corns ) of lh1
Aluminum Company of America,
nperate li hei
These compume^ inn* bauxite in
Brltuh Guiana urvi Shrinanl

i" U.illV by i it., i
done in it .
i.iim'f buckets, nnd than h-ii il
is placed in bass they are piled
one on top the
shipment. Thi-.
kpila
Sugar, when in bulk f .
be made lo run
beh, insti
place one loud on top >>i
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ni\niii:iii\iiN
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I' i K IV. in Cbmi
Iitdian Bath Soap
Tek Totli Rnishea
Corn Pad- iJ a Ji
Munteiole
Tak-o Jock Straps
Belladonna Plaster*
Baby Cream and I.otlon
i t Qaiebea
Esoenc*- of Beef
Nougat in Pk and Tin
Bntteracotch in Pk- and Tin-
Anusol BnppOHltorle.
Noatrollne
Sanotyl Tooth PasU
r.niiiymol Tooth Paste
Lloyd's Adrenalin Cream
Brrwor* TeaM Tablets
Clarke's Blood Mm m
Oly Black currant Patile
Haliboranjia
Allenbury's Rusk*
Btoraayl Ointment
Haiti. Wine
Tli"iiiiiiv l*1a*ka
Aaarol
v.*.um Sablata
Analgesic Balm
Castor Oil Capsule*
Cod Liver Oil Capsule*
Bun OoKa-le- (all klndv)
Spot Dice
i I),-,i.i..]. ,i
Pertnsslii (for coughst
White Rosa Lotion
rt."lv^lllr' PlayltiK Caidv
[Ml I lu-ii Hymp
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toci wnnii um \n
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PAf.f TEN
SUNDAY AKVOCA1I
-IM)\V. JANUARY t*. ltt
QQ SECONDS
TO DRESS
* llf \mirir,r,i girl who U
nrnr lull' fr > ..' > '-<
MUtir tijt* fur lh- i.tur-fwinpt
\ MERICAN gul with a leaVOn fur English.
women l* 27->e-r-old Virginia Somers,
from Wyoming.
She made four complete changes of costume m
her television programme Apertif and loo*
only l *i minutes over each one.
Before flying off lo Madricil -un nine she told
me how she gOgeMfM hi Wiining dressing.
I _h*r no bnigci to get ready for private
dates ,T1 haw |
Miss a-tmer* "A nun appre-
clatea promntnt** in women"
Her .ecret7 Slie lays
thing bete* ahe start* dieuumc.
Including )rwller> -r.d acces-
sories, to make >uie thai nothing
needs a las'.~nunute atltch.
HER CLOTHES have Ihri
raiting." says
KII.I.IN \SCKOITS COl.l MN
lulUinnutbllity at niulenal* than men. It is a queM
in-ii u.-igning dance frocks. age. fitness and physique
foundation gai mints bull Into A J~jg is 4l>t.noing M TswnWB tlll
. in* of pound* every ytai member > on eaueruneuls for making cloth by two years and probably thin
it (.proof "' '
wasted putting on aaveral Layer*
Zippers fasten everything and
most outfits are of Off
docs not create
HEH MAKE-UP and hair are all
completed before she start* to
draw. She ties a chiffon hand-
kerchief round her head to
protect both while she changes.
M-iny English huthands must
ugh for a wife like Miss Somer*
Women with the longest record
for drasting I have known was
Mae West who laid
takes me one houi exactly Just
to do OH
My otri record
an impniii -.f husband about 10
mtntiffi ffoi im hiding btitli and
make-up. Corny out by myself
about on hour and a hat/.
Kire Dancer
TWO New Year lire accidents
to Mrs. Diana Fairey and ac-
ire I M < u .. t.i
reminders of the danger of In-
flammable clothing
Dr. Leonard Colebi
director of the Birmingham Ac-
cfdent*. Hospital Burns Unit.
has campaigned urn <-.,singiy fo;
a ban on the sale of uiiKUiirdcd
Urea and radiators. They arc
still permitted.
Dr. Cotahrook't cemmentt on dress
materials' "Co.ion fabric burns
Hire a trirrh a- d the material ll
umaUu detrrovd within a feu'
ttCONwj Bui it n a\ noil 1tmjmh>
iblc f.. sel gllohf u-noi and rll*-
fabrici iriift^ i rs all fli
Your Baby
And You
< HOICK OK A ROOM
H. MB I HARLOTTt:
IT IS muat unforU.i
that any room will a..
vhlle others will go so far as to
be firm in their beUaf that >h-
baby's cot or crib should bo In the
same room ,.s Uuil of the parents.
I am glad to relate that the era
In which baby slept in Mother's
bed is out-dated. That it u now
a recognised fact that both
Mother and child are in need of
the greatest amount of undisturb-
? obtain is
aell known to many of us, not to
gggaggaaj of
i diacumfort that
both
, Nun
.m should b<
Ufa running water; as
... J llij, u,
and down. If you can manage I'
,( the coolrt roan in the house
should be given up for the Infant
The n*->m hnuld not be clut-
]m and .urtain-.
Ihd I- I fu "in fulls live bctti i
h nd to hold dust
and germs in the end. The ideal
fa. progO-J Ig perfected It The legal view be. rs o*mocj f^rnl^Uof * wood-.

face ju
high.-
i Kid
ltayoti Is put W>
fale; .ulon melts, but does not
burn."
Gherkin,: 'among hall
leading Wholesale dress flrms. 1
find that not one considers the
will be urapossible for light
loihing lo go up in flames.
Tried a-uOls ?
tPOttJf luuay to one of
Loiuloua okieat rcstuuranu
out sfiAUI.
oeorgea 0udln, al 62.
I r i ci\il decorations for his
to French ... i
the man who introduced
to gourmets in this
country. 4
.. he tells mc. arc flown
II oat Franco daily. He
afacgaj ZUU.00U n. Lfac 1 .
1-.1 inths. (AvceUi pi ice
4s. c.i. a half dozen). They
' .1 u.
nd gwUe.
ay tinned soalts are us* "
jHippod into old sheUs. (You can
buy these for 6s. 6d. a tin).
1 R OB ;nail-eaUng It)
London Is the smallness of the
butter ration.
The Stronger Sex ?
H. mi it mat 22-> ir-oW

survived the 100 m.ph. BMMUs-
1 tfaaanj a t t'ourrour,
1 1 : ... .
male companionsall I
0dle questiun to
which can be eoaily washed and
opinions. By the Law ol Pi
Act. iH25.it Is enacted that Floors of"Unoieu
all cases where two or more ^ catlert lo kceP clean, but
persons hove died In circum- uncovcm, flooring can also be
stances rendering It uncertain u-cd ^rubbrd regularly,
which 0/ them, survived the Th(1 p^m,,,, 0f (hc bed Is most
others, such deaths sh.i
1
int should
op ,
presumed to hav occi'ifl in |t ,. njajeed betwedn
or-h-r ""d ,,',' wind-
yminger shall be deemed to have ^ jn a direct dr:ift All windows
survived the elder." houlU be left open day ..nd nicht.
Ban on the Kliumba warm and snug it must be re-
.ANCKHS no longer wai ,i inat babies cannot
rhumbu. This is the opinion adgfri ,(i sudden
ut DM smart West &u! night .ban,' iture until well
pot. "because there is no de- after then IBth lltuceB,
D
NCE'
Joyance ii probably the moil
laancius ch.ldren's sandal in the wofld
today K is sim&l/ and sturdily made from
vt/ong. Aippie leather, and thick plantation crepe-
rubber. KU fjoiigrr and shape was the 1
scientific survey of hundreds of children's feet. It's a
lovely sandal.
^LU)M<5
SANDALS
"ADf 8Y C t. CLK LIMITID. STUStT. SOMfMtT, ENGLAND
. LOCAI ACiNTS ICO **l*0 LIKE MAGIC
WITH HIGHLY MEDICATED BUCKLEY'S WHITE MB
***, ,. ,~ can .d... No olhr RUB has lhM
tSlTZ&AZl 4 ImP-rtont F^l
TWO-WAY MM 1 J|-*l
'-^vtK/affgti 2L
. itw^iw i.ilii ^ B la
~"" "'---------- ti i i"-"t-~ ^
S? '..ZZ' SSTE SJT": flikl YOU. MON1T M
Get the Best ant
mand these days among our
kn.it Ol rhenlele"
rrf~buu*r fhampion of Latin Ar
or wittei ^( ,
husband Ol Swedish
model Ilrilt Kolnung.
Kurnittire lor the rm>iii

A nursery chair, 01
enough on which you can be com-
fortable while dressing baby.
stand for the bath with

He hus two rhumbs bands play- shelves underneath to hold clean
inn m West End restaurant* squares,
and regularly broadcasts on the A small table-
BBC. The rhumba. samba a chest-robe or chest-of-draw-
and mambo have never been crs
more popular with laW night
dancers." said Bos to-day. "But
these rhythms must be adroitly
Rotted md b>"-' 1'<"!>' ol
by changes in presenta-
tions. It is the monotonous, un-
varied pounding out of rhumba*
that b o r
Dancer who likes samba- and
rhumbas U PTinces Margaret
v tcxlay. Had the extra BBC comment: "We find these
: (,: on a woman's body bands popular with listeners
Ifalnl to do with it? and .-mail COnUnue With tnem
No There Is no medical evidence wo*ld copyright Bnv
,. that women are harder '- c fa-
Srnd your baby airohlenaa
la %Mm I intlette / Bar-
bao*s Advocate.
Coffee-Shop
Man
B.B.C. Radio Notes
\CSTRAI.IA PAY. INDIA
DAY. IllK-NS NIOIR
i., the com!

. under:
India'. National Day. the Hafffai nd Mh Ad.liei loll"
The BBC will b.o;iica*l a special Haggis.
|ii On
bra
the foundniH on the shores
Sydney Haioour of the Hist colony
gigs.1 To mark the
occasion the BBC is 1>. I
;i siieriiil "' "
too BBC Scottish Orel
Thursday at 8.00 p.m. Cooductof
will be Dr. Hubert Clifford, an
Australian, who was lormcrly the
HHC's Empire Music Supervisor.
The piog. amme includes Joh.i
ugh-- Theme .md VajiaUoi
LOrTDOU,
a,HOI IB ,nun
named Mlchell hod <
near Ox-
I
man. bved frugally.
Meant 010-
Mioheil bought
.. -i
W.il.icn e^Wt-
Mltchell con-
...,. llruied lo 1
of the historic Royal Viail Tu Kenya
D when India became &,' TUon Itoyol HighnoaM' 1
BeoUttUc wtthnx Vhe Urnimun- e- Kliaabolh and the Hu.r
I 1, iburgh set out next week
1 and three daughters.
'
tor India la Use* lutt- them to Kenya. Ceylon. Austra- pi-rty Meh brtogM in a woas
ted Kingdom followed by 11 pro- lie. and New Zealand. To mark rental of I
gramme of music. This will be on their arrival in each country the was
Bl 5.O0 p.m., Satuulay 2Ch\ BBC's COS. will broadcast
Jaituefy. special programme
Bunu. Nigh. s-u^JKr I*V2 s s? ?= Ss:1?*
Royal >Hlccs
,.. r.li-1 fhv 01 free nations It will be- Awlrnlin IMy ,. u Excellency M then- &OTimooweeJth lour of nW n a
n Jan ,"'" f v K I n, High Com- SOaMO m.hs which w.ll M
lf < :, fo. India in Ifafl Oni- them to Kenya. Ceylon, Austra- ,.,
I 000.
11, 1 of the family boh mu
,K introducing ArUlU) MlcholL Ho 1- In hat -ix-
Ihe country, |ta pfOpU 'he """'^J.J
loms. The Hrst of these pn- Ea.t Suffolk,
grammes. 'This is Keny
n January U, I7M, bi ceiebiatcd Hlghraiaaes In Nairobi. TBII win *
at the ffrotgd. Cele- l>e on the air on Tuoaday next, "P*
by Scots all ...
itjDgg Ul the BBC's Oener.il 22nd. inst. at B.0O pjn.
Overseas Service will take
bsheni 11 HI
. ..r UM Km: Waveney.
11 n - II h
11-Ji M *
m i] n ii '- M 14n
A*k your dealer about additional lisea.
DUNLOP
TRACTOR TYRES ^^^
Built for the job [3r\
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BUNLOP KUItEK CO. LTD.. IMINCHAM, ENCLANO
nf r'bV^dcMl" f~,m i'h- Wosl Indian WrilinE ., ,,,,
Tim'..... com- 1W1 annivc.,r nipper ..t til In 'Cartburan Voice!.' on Sun- ;.::'.:.:.:.
pour l>ut nlM. one !,,, C|llb ,, mday day 20th. Ins!. Ihc BBC WIU I
""' ; '""< 1 25:lt nl S.I5 p.m The IradlUooal broodOMl in thif pPctol pro-
prooui' ,_,, ,., .Tn| |nlIll0,ia| Memory' cromme lo Hie Cribue.n jhnrt
","'" Jf '"" ,A'""' prootnd by lb> I" "'-' '"'y V.......' Itowles of Trii.i-
len.r. William Hortoit. Thorn... J.ihn.l inr. ..... I. n.ne re.lilenl in England. WI4
li.di.1 l>\ I..I.I- I'nem. of Ihe C.nellelils- by DM
The RmUi of' Inilr. eras The bToadcnt Irom Iho l>.n.e llorbadian. WllUam S.Arthur It
fo.molb procUlnwd OH tanuary RwUlllrUI, C.eenmk, liicluile< will be ut Ihc regu:. lime of i.l .
26, 1950. whi.li 'r. now COD) I en.o- Hie reienlony of Ihe Piping in M p.m. ..
U.XVL *OI II SfMAB VH1H* OX IUCPKXDABLE
TYHESmVIl 1.IHHM-:.\H TO YOVH THICKS
xon-THESK rVaUBJ xhk tin':.--
. IN A NKW SPOT ;'
Jusl /Clew YuriK OB Broad Slreel
In Pr. Win. Henry Street .
YIHB IIKl'G STORK
Tin I (1SMOPOI.ITAN
"I Please Come in and See . .
i % Till) NKW (iOOIIS CONSTANTLY ARRIVING
Phone. II412U41
S P. A-. CLARKE, (OSMOPOLliAN PHARMACY
.; Jiu>t oR Kraad Strert; In I'rloee William Henry fltiect 4
Greatest value
That's why
more tons, the world over,
are hauled on Goodyear
tires than on any
other make
giant
Nil giant tire* equal till' Value
l ill,-, i;.....Ivear urk lire..
'riieyaree\lr,|.|..iii;li la-1 Uuglll
Ii.im- *ii[.er-blaniina- gr.-.ii.'i
lil.mi.ill r',-i-l.in,e- lake III"i.
re.Jj,-. I'linl'- wll> all over ill.'
rld Iriii'l. nuil liu- "|"-ralor- -a'
<;.ioJ>.ur M.irL lire- ore tin
wurhfi line-! slianl lire.. > >""
l., ..I., .11 .leuler alaiula -. I l.nlaj.
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TRUE POSTURE CHAIR I
TOBAGO------------$ 37.00

ill
V*
^l^Cgoop,^year
AiKiiiilaii*'^ einlnulieil in these lini- I HAIRS iiuludr
# I'erfeel Itulunic
# Adjusluhle Seat and Back
# Seat AnaUtniicully l>es.gned
Beautiful UphuUti ry
Killeil uith Culeal or Klibber Cu-.hioned
Domes.

GRENADA----------- 29.00 i
._ 37.00
MARTINIQUE.____ 34.00
GEORGETOWN. 74.00
I
CARACAS........ 101.00 fc
I
ANTIGUA________ 53.00 Sl
SAN JUAN______ 93.00
KINGSTON-...... 200.00
...... //..r.l R*al '"- '.
StHM*.tSurt-t;i>V -H*-aW" *" l"J-
see liieui on display at
S. P. Musson, Son & Co.. Ltd.
CITY GARAGE TRADING CO., LTD.
Dial 3713
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<5
SI MltV. J\M AKV M, IM
SUNDAY AOVOTATr
Parking And Quarantine
Facilities At Seawell
PACE IJ I \ I \
.'{,075 Passengers In A Month
After
. ei1 ' "' f Canada, and Mr. C. assist with traffic and pcnf rs Control Tower was maim.
IS? "** *. "r""K w Johnklone. Supervisor of Air- reservations during the TourWl average of 15.29 hours daih
effort* or ways Engineering. Tl A Season. She U a guest of Mr. and 5 SRAWKI I TK\IIII
n Exruvation for the Mwlb 1^1 Baxter. TtT-H
Hcingold and RnU-it PatarUn bavf tar park to be laid on the North- e PMenger. cargo and nv.i
j.uc ..I the existing engine and ait- U'J*,he'f,"ndef "
Thr-M- pioneers
!:.ni.adns Light Aero- tion. A* soon as the new gar- * * passengers and 336 lb. man Freight and Cargo nnd g.o34-li-
plane Club" wi ^cly .iges have been completed and n 13 flights during the month. n"\
ths engines removed lo their new bsjiwsjan St. Vincent.Barbados
mture, building, which was completed in Dominica*. The aircraft (Grum-
and eventually held the ftrM November, the old garages will be '"> <> ose) can only carry *>
meeting i>[ ilu-(hib nn It Augu*l. removed and the space utilised passenger* P*r trip.
J'J members attended, for increased parking facilities. IT. K. L. M.
At in The 1>. (..utni.-nt ,it Public Thai service operated 4 Charter
liave now completed the flight* during the month bringing
" would be building to meet the requirements 101 persons on leave from Aruba
iL crtptioa for Quarantine facilities, and are and Curacao, and taking back 42
of $2500. whilst for a mm-flvmg making 'apid progress in the whose leave had expired. During
number the ub?cription would construction of two sets of gar- the year. K.L.M. operated 21
U- $10.'* with ,in annual fee of *8ra nontt of the Office building, flights, brlnfing In 308 passenger.
Bgj .,;ier Excavation for the foundation of and taking out 247 with 64 in-
Alrrraft Msvrmeal*:
Com Scheduled ..... 2lfl
Scheduled ..
Non-scheduled
Military .........
Private ........
Total
n tjag the extension of the Terminal transit to other destinaUons.
Old U) n.ci pt. Huilding is also almost com- v. Kesri Air Line*: Club iln-n- Plettd. and construction of this This Chartered Air Line operat-
extension is expected to com- ed 59 flights during the year be-
:,, neiice earl> m January. This ex- tweei, lha months of June and
ilub. hold tl tin- ien,ion will house accommodation December transporting labourer*
i'aradise Beach Club >n the night f"r incoming passeiigeis as weU [rm Barbados to the Cnlted
r October, 1951. The dance * lnc Immigration and Informa- Stiles under the Emigration
-.pported by l',n Service*. During the con- Scheme. In June, thev ran J2
Ihsj publle. and was a financial truction of this extension, the nights carrying out a' total ^f
All the members of the OBpOCUMUly will be taken to raise 1.550 person*, and in July. 1
Hub Lake this opportunity of " *<"tro Tow*r. by npproxi- ,;(ht with M passengers, making
nagemeni ,. Wb tha build. .. uiUI or i,eoo wbom JateToS
Paradise Beach Club, British West ing is completed, it is expected to 0f the island. Thev have since
of 1,075.
Passenger*:
Disembarked ......
Embarked ......
Intransit ........
Hair on your
comb?
^fHa*\
then \
you run the r.
risk of baldniss w n^
ACT NOW! M.i.i fail MM bOOMMI the roots jre M.irsnl Of Ihcit
nt.il ij,v! Ih.n. nIQ p ;, BgssJ Sihiknn. urgcml>. I of Sihiknn
con tain v m OOQOMatnssld li't.Tt. the fourteen cucntijl h.nr fanning
uhstancc* Massaged" into Hal scalp. SiUiknn nchlv nOWtfM the
hair rootl and Man h.nr iron ;,SJ, Uith healthy.
hanJ-omc nnour II .. COMB has fci*cn the M
ingbest be site and Han 1.548
1.300
22'J
Total
Lade,, .
Unladen
Total
2.842-lb
5,192-lb
8.034-lb
Frelikl and Oaio
Laden ......... 16.549-11.
Unladen .... I0.387-1I>
Intransit r.,i,
Silvikiin
rNI "' a I NATURAL /000
I ami ihti..... I
( Nm ."* 0,1.
fsB?
KITCHEN & PAHTRY
Double h SInglu Drainboard
Sink units, dralnboards and
sinks. In alunlnugi, plastic
and enamel. 011 stoves, all
sizes and types, and ovens.
A. BARNES 8t CO.. LTD
** He*w4tC fa 0oCege__
\ i) i.t.i.. Tho Advocate hi,v'* verandah at second floor
. :!u. Utvsj, so that visitors can get an
titerrupted view of aircraft
Ik* for everything '*ndin* and taking off. as well as
,he see their friend* off.
3. Air Operators
The thanks of the members Of I. British Went Indian Airways
the Lid.
ni for their M_ ,,.,_ p.h, *-------. u
n'"p fcJHS5S5"c,ub JW^-SfuSTSAJft
the Colony on 4th December,
Total
26.904-Ib
brought back a total
ontraej had expired.
vi. Unea AerotMsUle Veaesatana A^innded a,,- tWo tables. oM
This Air Une maintained their .^"""'K aircraft movements by
schedule during the month on PI "', '"rcrl1 d paasmfci
and Sundays. The Sun- Y^ K "irlwei. and the other
the number of flight:
,>.m. and rptnilninv ..i..._
:ight.
YOUR CAREER and
my personal guarantee
day afternoon flight arriving at .?. number of flights monlhh
5.10 p.m. u.d remaining over- HS f C"r?",lllina '"ln**-r
DJallt, faavlai on Monday* morn- "?C;J^ ?*"**** non-he,i-
ings at 6.45 a.m. for Malurln. has J-T1lhJ"d,n "",,e0r,,ailhne '
^T.., ... ,np ^oio^ on 4th December, on >;"W b,en advanced to arrive on r ,nc year l"ai-
on permitting the ,hp mvitatlon ot Mr Bawgon of Sunday, at 1.55 p.m leaving at fi ,.....,
I' alrerai: t.CA. 3.00 p.m. the <,iine d.i> UaaWaaWBi
lowing; roi loess ions:
ii line operatoi


.;
This airline operated 78 flights .. 1*A-V- wpwaied 8 flights during ,
during the month, carrying a /* month, bringing 116 passen- m,,,',,, i 1,o!ltr wn" 1~"111'
Hie use of the total of 2,415 passengers. I pr' '"rtn Venezuelan ports, and S"? "yPPlyJWintW H> Florida,
During the year 1851. 801 flight* "*>* hack 81. their passenger ,'*?' ,'" (rum Tobar- -
grrying a total. "nV "* he mi (i.e. Irgn SJ^. ^ 'r
-tpteinuer. Mi
During the .
ere operated, carrying
In^ from Tobago on Monday
stop-t
Jimmy Habib" or24.97V"r^ssengeTs'th"ough th*fcA""t. Ml. when 'theiVr'sched"- r,,wo days-
nldad Light airport. This represents more ule commenced) being 32 fiighU __ _v,n*. Kl'>l. We"'
Trinidad Light airport. This represents more uI* commenced) being 32 flights Leaving Key West1
CtOM from than 75 per cent, of the total w"h 455 passengers In and 440 on ""vember 20th in bli own
' M.rir Club's passenger trafllc for the year out. aircrafta Orumman WMVagcj
trio 1951. ____ he has been on a "Flying va.a-
Ught Miss Jean Aird of the Catering BBAWBHjL AKKODKOMK ,ll>n" "round the West Indiea and
YOU are probably more
clever than you know.
! can prove this . .
I kanfe) asatMai ih.i i >.iii

sasstsss -nil tawea ssMl m
Inatasn !!
..n-h be has i I Von
vcc. I n fnwi
ith mrii h>< nit wilh The
.
I CM
I
If . tram |
i-Onii^ iu >-.
Hcnncii I
(*"*' '
>ludl II
om. Vow boaki sea iw
Hk
;s. and it is felt that 5th December, arriving in Barba- "T; Tu -, Ti'\ w"a,n* m .L "*"."7"" ""*'"
I great deal to slim- dos on Wednesdays at 5.10 a.m. n Jl "J, akhe"?/!*- -Thc ,,?umber Mf^'h"* " the Grenada i*gu-
kng Inclden- instead of Saturdays at 5.10 a.m. "^474 IwS. t month 1-ture. has accepted larnporary
seie 4*4, which means that the appointment as Control oillcei. ,
. Seawell Airport, at from 21st
WV^WAOWWMMM' IXvember. 1951._____________________
111.1 demonatrot- Daparimant, It.w i.A was an in-
fui wlnrh tnihait passenger en route to
1 rib- Dominica for a vacation.
During their stay nf 23 Ii Tnuas-Canada Air Lines:
th<7 took turns in taking T.CA. effected a change in
1 the H LAC their weekly schedule as from
for short flights, and it is felt that 5th December,

ulaU Interest In flying. Inclden- instead of Saturdays
tally, Utc Trinidad Light Aero- ps heretofore. It is also the com-
plane I dad bonor- pany*i intention to provide an
Ip of their Club to additional flight we< klv (Flight
mtml> I idol Club 602003) as from 18th January on
' heB.L.A.C. Fridays, at the same arrival and
n the Auster as thc departure limes as flight 600/601
llrcrafi most suited PM n W.-in,-sdays. ThU additional
he Club at tho flight will remain in for-e until
moment and have placed an order mid-May 1952.
for an "Austar Autocrat' with Mr. I*. A. Kawson. Director of -
- 1 100 h.p. four Flight Development, Trans-Can- N
-mine. Spares for this ada Air Ui in the C
from the Trinidad Light Aeroplane ber, on ,1 short business visit, and S
Club. It is not known y#4 when m a guest of the Ocean View ff
li\i ix- ex- Hotel. \
Mr. H. Connelly. Superintend- 5
__ _, _. cnl of Construction, Department v
* Of Transport. Dominion of Can- *
."i'mg id*, along wilh Mr. C, W. John-
,ie fnlr hex. nnd it Is hoped 8tom. Supervisor of Airwavs En-
' '';1''"y Kineering, T.CA. arrived 'in the
'" oporal lUd ,,,iony on 12th December, at the
to be in the iture, ,cquei| of tha Barbados Govern-
ore .'ill join to enjoy the ,ncnt for discussions on the con-
[JWn* dition of the runway at Seawell.
2. Landinu Area Koadi and to give technical advice as to
Etc. Seawell its maintenance. They left for
One surface patch on the run- Trinidad on 16th December.
latod by the De- Mr. Hod McGuinness, Director
of Highways and Trans- of Public RelationsT.C.A.. also!
. ing the month. Five tr*t paid short visit to the island!
purposes for a week's vacation.
BU| and re-instated. Miss Isabel Bezanson of the)
These test holes were dug at the T.CA. Passenger Agency. Syd-
f Mi H. Connolly, najr, Nova Scotia, arrived by
0l Construction. T.CA. on 26th December, for
Department of Transport approximately six months lo
CONTROL:
The number of aircraft move-
ments handled by Seawell Aero-
drome Control for the month was
228. composed of 114 landing'
British Guiana.
7. PERSONNEL:
Mr. J. A. Marry show, ex-Fly-
ihg Oflicei of the 11.A.F
the Honourable T. Albert
it'
lllf. Wllhoul Jfl\ i"Ij
ill pM fOH, 1
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SI Sim ADVOCATE
SUNDAY, JAM AKV 20. IS2
Housing Board Discuss Street Lighting
Chimf Siitut Duo
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No Electricit) \>ailablr
THE HOUSING i
Ihe M
that companx i

of the I
with regard to fitti
promwe in connecl i '' tb*
.
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rnanaaaaana
IMR Watched Oui Old
mod i
from raisum Ute mono b| pub*

that, '"*
wen- mindful of the question <*i

'h- urn* hud
i ...
by the Secretai '-d The Boa
it tu : ,'l'Uo* mgvoteof
nave the Chief to thtn
Controller replied -toting That IW i | **prate aflcn
I bkb ha* not yel bc*i
hit Ona hOUsM and ^-c hope to ts*ue a oomph-
piny Vyt assistance In obtaining that j,nc ^ requeued to take |r,mmt of the Chn (
Bnal
I Ktnfftom ,.
" 'el.Ur Boa.
" llsa Pilgrim
Company, Iney then stated thai M', Piiirrim had written lh< lanr
kS? aimi for some aid in The Rovfr. ol th.
Group camp-.l
In thla connection, the Secretary Deo
m the Senior lfod- Bo <>mmts-
i |
he had in-jiected the hmise and acting Hover leader.
,: in ,, wan dilapidated tended Watch Night Sei\;
unfit fur human Peter's Church. Thn.
I Ik iM finishing to"'1
house had deleriotated to such aJ
I \,..,, > hi That he did not consider ffllWgl-***' erne tBol
ffd dlSCUaMd tha DM- Uiat repaiis woul'
loosed
Strut u Mi r O, 1 Me In camp bi ''
' II,.. Spun ol t; Co.Ti
iy pru.ii ..I tii.n a r. 1 i' Mo- ,,f iluun^ Uw OW and
Tl wa* rccomnaonctod that tra by Mr. Hut NVw._ congratsl
Pueit-. I ......lowed ih< lentai .t Knvrr Leader* Conlerence
B ... Government house and leps be Tn,. i.eadn
Ken to iind th* H,,v,, Laa4a*a>f use I
r ret ion I r "u** "* ' ">* '" Cn ' ''" Inland I""1 *-* "
HBBry for demolition. t SofHI Mr-day '
The vlall, however, will Mr. M n wn> th tV(.ina jun, 19th at R pm. Thi-
1* for 'It of Mum Pilgrim- ietti .,..,.,, ,,h DM
weeks. Matin- that the house was left r-imimisalonar man
Mi ill is in i mother and there were ,,,,..,, Bgeaa M Iba
imii.ii chemea need not lie oav* ; ,. oUM ehBdran who had
'grown up and won- ovanau oo Sun.
Iitsuranre
The Secretary told the Boa. d ^routa V'i%it II MS. Sheflleld"
that h- had written ., letter t'i A ,,,nrtv >! 2\ BcOUta under
the nnandal Bacretary raqw Blaclnnan of tha
. u ft ii ! recaaU) compi. .,., anaao vlalfcid n -
Ixiuxei i-- towned l>y iiimii.uk ^hrlll(.|d
pUcinfl ul a

1*41-1 n.i> i;ronlk- I--
-ted b Ifcc pr.<4r. Mini im HHctf
M
(liurtli Servkwr
T. M> ' *"
lpll>*-> II
a m JUtnv* and LDany. Oam
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lAasn ntaas

WMITTIIA11. V :* -m. Mr O P*-
km.. T p m Ml U. lUrprf
U II .-- Mi .i
In ancient Home, purple uas
the 9lgn of Itnpcrud rank.
The dye they used for col-
uiirinE their robes came from
j nen-*nail tailed mure*
found in the
if-;m. This dye i*
now known to be a com-
pound of the element bnm*
i .. only bromine com-
pound ever found in
organism. Bromine, a brown.
fuming liquid related cheml-
,l|y tn the greenish-yellow gas chlorine, i* highly corrosive and
dangerous to handle. Its name dirive* from the Greek
i the bromine needed by industry today Is, like that
used by the Romans, extracted tH extraction j*<>-
gCM U aorrtld , of by sea-anails. During ilu
WU I.C.I, helped to develop a fart-ny In Cornwall where bromine il
make ethylone cUbromidc a
. hi istra atlryl lend la * ptndnetlen <-f anil aneah paarol
Photography necd^ gQl Bkh ! "**1 lM W***1"^ i,U
film* and plate* and many kinds ol pholowanhie paper; methyl brom-
.....I [-'< ""' il"**lum
in medlehM
IC1
PHOSFERINE
for a quick g^.^
convalescence,'
When the body's reserve* are brought
low by i"***"" oc other dcbiliuting
iUness, and convalescence threatens
lo be a slow business,
PHOSFERlNli can do much to
replace energy and
strength.
ItA-VK II \. :



atgri and I ni might redi
abaanci

Iha
the
ApiMiinlinenls
The rd (!
1961-64 aeatdoi
the Board at
i ...
I A null. Mi (;. II
fj m. t:. Cool si
1 V e l r yMr. E. D
Mottlcy and Mr. H. A. Tudor and '"',
Mr. John BV t Ki
the Oovarnor and Ihg Wraetor >i
Madieal Service m-oJ h..^p.< OOM
oml- 1
.i III IdSTKICT
IblBIVl M A X Tlioma.. 7 p.n.
ROVUMDNCE -11 a
I: i. n
C ItradiHaitr
Una \t i .-.
ROSEBUCK BIBaVT
it r
I'. -. .1
9 M iUikrr
MM i li m Horn
.. Maya*; 7 r
| .. I -r M I
PHOSFERINE
iu tine tonic powers by
coaxing the appetite, pro-
viding the gentle stimuhis
to get things going again.
So responsive is the
body to the help ol
PHO&HaUNB thai im-
provement may be looked
for almost immediately
and every day wiT biing
signs of returning strength.
In liquid or tablet form- 11
drops Of PHOSFERlNli
equal 2 ablets.
THE GREATEST OF ALL TONICS
Briiki Trslini! Sluliun Hcatfag "I r.x'tntiv-
ii:. Batfd win ncaMMad i<> Cumniiii*^*
n aomninat thai a sip ol .n. ,s, .
.^.iXoTZllS .hi *"' ".....' "'"k "'"
.__..__ P._ imrv The Finance sub-ommit-
and
I Ml." >"
pointed Chnlrmnn ..... '- --" " - .; ,K
for the tftal-M MMlon, l>i- >'"V'
Lha abaanac ol Mr '>' .nfnrmnig he-------------------------_-----------------
I 1 met Koatd thru It had been suggested
vestcrdoy Mj IP- lhi't lh,< *'ril> "r ! woulii lions a month If Mr t
poinie ...:,. It ;., pointed out thai ,( nnd Iheie would be O
:ij 1 e-.ipp"mted 'and should not be used for hous- chain.' < the Selection ol TV n- ing, but due to the position ol than, he was at a dead end.
Una particular pMCa ut land, it Th- application- be received .w*u.i
was decided that it should b ,nuld very well
Removal nl House-. uaad f<(r the purpose. a junioi of the
In reply lo a question by Mr Collrcliou of K-m- in-nt. bis llaipaetbaaa
Cos, tha ,,( The 8* lattai and he could still do work ;,;,,., Sllii,
houses which had bean "J**" from the Colonial Secretary ud--'> ""' Hotannj Board.
Tor removal to the Bay UUU ^^..^ , m,..m .. CarrtngtOQ und "I Ihink bo would W i"' '
KM, ... DonnecUon with the'"' InspecUng .."PPcfni '
mlactod
|..,,t i. . HI lrll.MV.il U '
hoped the a^creW-aa**. J hiding ovarog u Managing anal *, h",WB'"
these houses would I* .cn.ov.-t ,,,|,r,.l|((M r .,., , Ull. . Ks. ]lu , young manwtgaj
soon. |.,,- .,, tho HiKiMiig M.M.id The crllilcate and h...-. otIUe and exec- w
The S.-cret-i lold l>Uiry WlhBl ,hw wuld <<" e ..h.lity I an. uia Mr. L*sh-
th.it tha lemalnlng eight famines uki, (>|I(irI f A f oj Ji||(, him lB>. to get on M,..,
WtUCh h- Ml >n he wh(.|( |h|j |K.1(1. aKjua^d Ullh.-
Board in September lastjroar lor Mr Mo((li m cratary pointed 1
Uon that he would bring up f-ir Mr. Taylor would bg "
at Um next nanilliia ol to Uw ttnuatng lu^nd. but u
the Board, that Mi. Taylor, In- would In no way affect UM an-
it collector.
U .n could be n . ,. ,.,.i,..
...1^ .till rf.. uork '' ,,
ailo
,,1 thi

nouses.
' rommitt?rUv?oi!.d 'ha P "' UfWing.. who I paid paianMnl '
rSJll ihoruTS ^onnKJv t! ; "- "d an Eiaafloai
*"* .,., .r ...ntrol " Ulf Oom- The Board decided lo t..k. t. ,
manunahouanl '"'"' "' ltouith- fclwul*1 to e>ect thoae tananta ol
* ._..... Ocondad lor duty at the HOWalruj E^talo who have not made an
Board dorl to pay rant.
Mi MotUay aid thai ha had othci items, on Um agonda-
.nne 1 the panniaalon of the Shopi at Iba Pine, Housing Estate, ns* rsaaeaag **
afthaConvnl quuation of owner occupied af_Liiiin "wy
Kidney, after ills- houses removed by the Board as .,;H, A,-i thai
with Mr. Taylor, lo wall Housing Loan*'
rfagj up the proposal. and Housing In Rural Axaaa
|-trU4BCK 11 n m. M
ocl-t. Mr V MM ~ vm. Svanl
.. v. -1 inn
M(TT wMlng Sr
I U Cr-
at B-^
Hiu
, ur r tl amttn
,, -M ^ .IM- *'""
,Ldueii "
I"" J'kira' V C Ut.4rhi- '
.. Me.l">-.
TiirarrrroWN it _.*
. ,. t .,- as sawn l 1
) ,.!.
ivauonat Com-
, crsasraa n .... "-""";
If you're out of *om, take a glass of F.NO'S Fruit Salt M it
the morning. ENO'S will keep you regularfor it 1^ a gentle
laxative and mild antacid, good for the liver and sctilmg to the
siecnacli. Thus ENO'S Fruit Salt dean away uajpuritics
thai make you feel dull and heavy. Take your r-rutt Sell in
the morning, every morning.
I .nnd Keni-
1 i
from thi i - 1 tarj M
formintf ahem that the Bam uUi
Committ.i- had api foved tti
1 anariAM m *<
Ml .K-..H M .Kft.i. mi.jh
arfdaaam i"_a*r *-
ilr Tr*tm*ona
MN1.W jancabv a>, ;sa
l,|(, i L-*" '
14,n !'' Prover*"
Uog I* wrll prli'S 'i
Eno's
4 Fruit Salt'
-ri< I ill l /(KiMillf.M'l
imir.Lin action.
si(k HI '"' III IIV1 RISHM-sS
im 101 egaa " urfnl Hi,
mdaUom of tha Ho j
Board that
fiva at in. I'm.- would e ronti 1
out at a Quarterly of $iw>. He laid that Mi. rayior did not postponed until Iha next meeting
.. These spot ! 1 hava nough to do There we e when it is hoi>ed that the Chalr-
1. (,-1 uaftj '"'y aboul (our ppUca- OUU will be present.
tafaarei
Divine VthMash
ml OVER in: WOKI.I)
(.(mil morninus begin with Gillette
The Basques lm reside
in Ihe High PyrcMts
No shae off llieir Ih .ml.
with Ihe '.;n.ik-i of case;
You also should share Ihe
iinprotemenl they've made
By asin)> iIk' wonderful
Blue Cillclle Blade
Shtrpan IW nude, nine
Gillciic Bbdcare al>o ihe moil
cvonoinical bccau>c they lavt
so lent?. NiUurullv they are
thoscn by the smartest men of
every country in the world.
Blue Gillette Blades
Him IIQIVIH 10: I. ciouls oaaMl IIMIP
SnBtfd"
oVHYASPRO
APPEAL Ft
IAS A SPECIAL
]R WOMEN
The modern woman. Ihfaj u hs
doei sn almo*t non-op exinsnte.
derrandi TRUE raW whenever pun
ra|aaar
whuh not onl* *cu quickly but doei
r ha.c i((n efleci* whith prsvant
her from gome about things U usual
harmful lte'-erleu uch si dlrsi-
aat dsprsss.oi>. or "lowing up."
Ihu ii whr -ASfgO hai a 1 pedal
rppealforwomcn. 'ASPRO'. free from
humful drugi. leave* you freh an
ft again after 1' r pun hM gone.
ime aaaiir of 'A*aao'
The purny of 'ASPRO' to ihe iiindJ'd laid down by (he
Britnh Pharmacopoeia.

NOVI-
PRO
The !>'*fe H/ky to Pispel
IIA114. AI XK
THEN VISIT US FOR THESE
MONEY SAVERS
FLOWERED POPLIN at $1.11 now.......
BORDERED SPUNS at S1.44 now 1.20
LADIES' FANCY VESTS and rA
SILK PANTIES (sec.) now........................ HUt.
SLIPS and HALF SLIPS at S2.16 now... 1.92
PLAID TAFFETAS at SI.47 now............ 1.20
SILK POPLIN at $1.13 now .................... 99f.
LINENS FOR UNIFORMS........................ 8i)C.
PANAMA HATS at $1.69 and SI.31
gffj
Also a Big Selection ol
NIGHT GOWNS. BRASSIERES. TOWELS.
BLANKETS. CAMBRICS and FUGIS
U-e Brylcrecm mul be 'ooking
hair the kind of hair thai help* a man to |M "" in the world.
Hrykrmn BMBfl I
hecauvc its pure- iuiur.il mK. to benefl '- bail ^^^^
and scalp, arc emuhifitd. And Brylcreci' *a^agant
num. noioap, no sptdi. '
dtvblt benefit of day-long anartai
lasting hair health. Sat bow nat
Brylcrecm check Dai
anil haCte to I>r>' Hiir. A>k few Hn'.crcem
... the perfect hairdrcasuig.
BRYLCREEM
fiLl DAT-LONO SMAO'N
I lAStINO MSO MfSttl"
Hercules
HEADACHE & PAIN I THE BARGAIN HOUSE
I T.fl,f. : OBTAINABLE IVfRYWHlRl!
W, B. HUTCHINSON 4 CO. PRICES WITHIN THE REACH OF AIL
ingniii ttatft. miomto*n -,.. unolio
30 Swan St.-Phone 2702-Prop. S. ALTMAN
Bu# To-**/
New Slii|iiiieiil
OF
SPORTS
MODELS
AND
GENTS'
ROASTER
WITH
!{-SPEED
.liisi Received
CENTRAL EMPORIUM
Cnr. Broad & Tudor Slreet
PHONES 4200. 4235. 4702


SUNDAY. JANUARY 20. 1952
r\m\ \nvtx\m:
"i.l rHIRTEEN
HENRV
BY CARL ANDERSON
>UTIf=l"-
TW1N
HOMES
-----v
II
FLINT OF THE FLYING SQUAD
BY ALAN STRANKS & GEORGE DAVIES
BLONDIE
BY CHIC YOUNG
THE LONE RANGER
BY FRANK STRIKER
BRINGING UP FATHER
BY GEORGE MC. MANUS
HUM.'TU*T "&.EEPN*
SEAUTY* SOOTUSt?
OF MAGGCS ON MV
LOUWJS AGAIM-
MSU.O-C*T"AW TAWCAPI "CU
SAV MX)fi OOM*J' OUT WTH
tv--) POUCMM ''
U6T I M.C4U, i- .,
COME COHT OVGB
RIP KIRBY
BY ALEX RAYMONP
THF PHANTOM
p*J
BY LEE FALK a RAY MOORES
PV^
Oa lM(.l'f.>

~, I

Stands Supt&iKZ
IT PAYS YOU TO DEAL HERE
SPECIAL offers to all Cash and Credit Customers for Monday to Wednesday only
M'M'IAI. Ol I I IIS mi i mm iiniilnlilr nl nr Id iiik li< . TnrraKiric
N|.( i^lilsl.iv- || mil So.iu Sir,,!
Usually Now
Tins Silver Leaf Pineapple Juice 38 :l I
Tins Anchor P. Milk (lib.) 96 a
Tins Corned Mutton 66 0
Carrots and Beets Ilttc. (per lb.)
Usually NOW
Nuts (per lb) 38 :i I
Pkgs Cutrite Paper 58 .10
Pkgs P.F. Sweet Biscuits
D. V. SCOTT & Co. Ltd. Broad Street
I It I < O I. O \ \ A II I I. II O 4 I II I I *
Wm. FOGARTYjbarbados) LTD.
The t-ia l*r<'-Slo*klakilit
Dollar %;il- in xvms.
and for you SAVINGS GALORE!
Simp .mil .....|>uri- th <<.<> itViiis
I III si Sj 11TN6SI
iiosiiiir A I YlHHtii.ni
2 pairs LADIES' HOSE for 96c
2 pairs CHILDREN'S ANKLETS for $1 00
3 PLASTIC BABY PANTS for $1 00
BRASSIERES, each .....$1 00
LADIES' ART SILK VESTS for $1 00
LADIES' ART SILK BRIEFS for $1.00
2 pairs CHILDREN'S COTTON
PANTIES for..............$1 00
smms
LADIES' CANVAS SHOES, per pair $1 00
CHILDREN'S SUEDETTE SANDALS
Sizes 13 and 1
3 pairs for
$1.00
II t MM It I SHIM I
3 TOOTH BRUSH HOLDERS for $1 00
j C pkts CUMBELLA TISSUES for $1 00
3pkts BABY'S TISSUES for $1 00
3 JAM JARS for .............$1.00
5 BOOKS (Novels) for ...........$1 00
3 POWDER BOWLS for.........$1 00
2 PEPPER AND SALT CELLARS
for ......................$1 00
PLASTIC TRAYS, each..........$1 00
2 CHILDREN'S BAGS, for........1 00
SUPER S.MIXVS!
11 xiimi \hi:
U GLASS BOWLS for .$1.00
7 PLASTIC BOWLS for .........$1.00
B PLASTIC GLASSES for .....$1 00
2 BUTTER DISHES for........$100
GENTS' in:i'i:
ART SILK VESTS, each........$1.00
JOCKEY SHORTS, sach........$1.00
WHITE COTTON ANKLETS for .1.00
TIES 2 for......................$1.00
WALLETS, each.................$1.00
CIGARETTE CASES, each...... $1.00
JAMAICA H HOSE, 2 for......$1.00
? .
i oh i.trix/vf.
I.XI IIMI' III I III I I M.I 'h'S
IIurrpi in ill -
FOGARTVS


p.\(.r. inritn i >.
-I NDA1 Aim" ah
M Mm I \M \RV !. 1952
CLASSIFIED ADS.
\^.\oi\ii:.vh
TELEPHONE 2501.
I f I. rii M.ni-.rr I r
MnMMtnmu bg
>'.wff it S3 00 lor >nr ntunbn at wmM
no So H and 0 een'a per crd tor each
add** la-mI word Terma Man rhooe BOt
bat-awn IHMIpm. 1111 Nr DnU
-.11.. .i Mr jtji
I OH SAJLI
\l IUMOT1VK
I.It D
Ctturrri
K
THANKS


IMHIH SAI.FA'
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KF.AL ESTATE
I III 1 VMOS II
GOVERNMENT NOTICE
I M I m I I'MH I *
lr.li ....I Oshllaa in. ,.
bar IML parUea UrmW In bankinC
pAcr i-nane MtJ. T l,iO.
Trafalgar
MandlM " a "
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OOd rodl1i<'i A
ri, 1 i l
I Tartar
la i u ^
Pim.il MMII tS
Nei Term at la* Alexandra School,
tt PrWf will re-Jpert Monday. W't
liwuari laaa
nunuiur :. MaaMrtaa
... MMrraM
in j..., ran .-< Mod.
i t.Uim drawlra
amaai t>r apa*..
if* ur*da*aned The lire*.
. .- M.. Ciaatpeailluai '
i sen.
XOTICT.
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W. Michael.
Bi.a*
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RAjnlOMM Mfl* TRACT


I .sta 0"
1 i.i 1 TEICAL
LCWUi The imiler,ii.eri reicfuUy ie-
tMBfel lo H Who at
funaial. aent wr-lha or In
nrraird avmpalnr with <
on in* oceaiinn '
i.ie ol Sweet vale.
Si Oeonrr
Richard Lelfh .Brother .|i-lwi. a-
Niece' ,n '"
HATTKIIV
" Street
VToR K.
Irfl
Mkj
of Mri
At*
i.ndcr
PW> na lali- ('
HI Michael
(Nuian l,otml Conic. 1'r I I
Donald IV- i i 1-ith Pmvt*
tOrml -


Garden Pin. 81
flKNITURE
Chair* Chair
A BAKHH
NOTH i

i
M I l>-in
nonce
nin-H oi -i run tr
IllSh mraci. HrLda.
rrMWl m l-> I'kraar*
,1 l |>m lha d.rUiBdho>.>r C
KUJCIULIE" with IM land lit
load- 1 fjcrrlir
,n III II-
FonUbrlW. Th. bouaa
hra
Kin
fi .\
Haodmialnafk Maa Mllda Kslonai
PI Pacd iTgawAtot t lha ajcnool
TrlBnOOUE BRASCKBR.
Honorary BtCTKary Aj Tiiaaiunr,
AJaaMMM M -..
PUISO.VAI.
Attcnlion is drawn to the 0
G-iic on Monday. 2Ut Janu-ry. 1952.
.xlmum '
pnc of "Bef-Cornod" arc as '
(AimikI.
ahfjr] in Ilic Ottlci.il
holctaie and retail arlltniz
tbtw ar nwrawr wanwd oaBUnal
nn ArH-rU>PT> -
nil rtp< MM Mr .
*tM
HMa unlvaa N "It
1.1. T -i-i m*
ITAKUY NICirrTNGAIJ.
r Bav I*ncl
11. .. Baaal
ARTICLE
i'HICE
(not mini" than)
15.38 per 12x12
RETAIL PRICE
(not more than)
48c. per IS or. Up
]9th Jar
bad
pant walai
and * lurmd In.
Itpni>i- any day brlorm lha hour*
ni I a).m. arat S p.m. on aowlitatiun .11
Tor lutthar paHicuUri and oondWMia
ol ula avply lo
COTTU. CATI'ttKU A 1
altfWniw.
^> I lln
university cou,i:gi-: of tiif west indies
Admission uf I'nderijraduates in October. 1952
MAI.r Mill! I
I., ttfferraj

Btrwl. B-idar-
l Prkrmar) IV.-
: "n ant
......
load, ffi MirhM-i TS* dwalllnihouM
and .it-int

ind ninnina
, 1 bedroom
luiih. -Ifirtilr Hfhr
(iaratr and vivan
'.l half
-.
Launce. J
,
quick -1r Apply
, Lvwr-r Bay *' "
H i
- \| 1 MUX I
- It 111
- lac
~l laaaary.


It 11
I
ninina Cha

. ra nterl Ami (-halm |ll(
.-!., Deal KlUhan Tahl.- '
i "
fadar ninlnw Tahti
Iiirnuu* I'ux Noliro
Norn is iicrimv uives
..i nan nn ir*


ii'- ol dli apply
COTT1T
r> and ^
ANNOUNCEMENT
PROFESSOR WEEKES
thia opportunity to
it it ii not his intention
o help any Individual person, but
hat his irift and power must be
to the many.
Any ore who would Ufea Ml
help In tl' irl of entortainment
must rontai t him through the
Committee of the same
ent.
Any one ho would like hi)
help In Ucknai
throunh hi* or her dO* tor "i i" >-'
Th prlfirt must be
ith the Catholle Church of Rome
England or the Apostolic
Church of America.
PROFESSOR WF.FKES.
Worthing Ch. Ch ,
20 I 52In
If suitable candidates pre" i Um University <
, the W l .idmit in October 1952 about thirty uirderarati-
kesjuates in each of the Faculties of Art es and Medicine
tbe The course* In Arts and Natural S a) the eajMrtJ
dexren of the Iffl ndon in those faculties and those In
Id Am decree* of Bachelor of MeCucme and of Surgery of the
' i.don.
Applicntloti forms nnd memoranda (or applicants giving general
'nformali-.n about Ok Colleff I (ttaUflca-
tions for entrance aim in outl i IVtlUAIf) may !
>btnlned from the Ret-i I
j rfl ,, TtHor for Extra-Mural M
nr the Ml :ition in ih( othef O Id
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in a pamphlet which may ||o be obtained from the sources mention-
ed noove.
The closiiirf date for npphcalion* is Slat January. 1952.
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SUNDAY, JAMARY 20, 1*52
REAL ESTATE
JOHN K4. BL4DOS v to.
\t I a Y.\ A.
SEI.ITCTtON OF PROPERTIES
FOR SALE
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1RA1M< I1DI". Atnrunpw-
ing barn* with double cniranr
dmenav available allri appro. 4
-*. wU bud ant With Uwiu.
l*nnia court. aiiinmUl g>rBla**a.
pii.tw. ia>ge w*i>. *B a*.
rkraaa) fcv wall and lance Trie
hoiagr contain* \r,t large
.mm. fallen*.. 1 double
. impound hall, all uaual
OaajlM 0P
K A i.i.nleiri nicely plait
In i UK* loo ilh
Mngle mill lc1 PM

T". i. llmel. | .
1'iins Imm *anOv hunt'
popular hankie) Ik*it inrh la
r.-rii A conunaOloua lounge'
n.ing nxnn tun* Mr aeaU'r 4eaah
ol tha hotiee nnnlK onta a
plcaaanl cuvntd patch. TScT
ar* ] pltuuuJM bedroom*, rood*in
compact kite Wo, erjnl*' quart'
era end .. | the " ..y cuy
lo run aiUi one M I
MOMIUMK OarTtaon Tl>
pro party ia ideally aituatad lot
nu>*t people in (hi. ever populai
di-irKI. H...nemeae\ hik*l not
i-oLitpd. ia quite private and Ita
verandah rannM be overlooked, a
(.nil to common with .inodcn.
home*. Thu bungalow waa ered-
ll lt>J a> la iimii
Hfc a Mural r ra-.i
h> a good verandah, living room,
brdroome. kltchar.
quarter*, doubt* gatagr Ma-, Land
about ; ana .,
lOvilKatDL
- Spacar.ua atona b
ollh ahUiBlB loot, v
ned with wM
la. tenure
I liungalnw
t well plan-
at Iroiit
cioeed gallertre.
Urge airv lounge and dining room.
3 double bedroom*, kitchen and
pantnv, 3 avrva-it*' room*, garage
and outhouia*. The land ia com
plelely e..ck>**4 and there la direct
acre** lo lha aaa with good bath-
ing.
ftTSATHMOM. Cullodan ltd
Xpactona S-.tarev atone honac
' la M with type of
material iarel> *een to-da. Ac-
oauiwkdatlaai roDaprlae* awe 11
iflarlM. reception, dining iaa*w.
> bedroom* kitchen, pantry.
.1 ,.,..... Well ir-
enawaaeaded at 'he greatly reduced
"Hill II \l.i 11 \i Cod-
rington Kill, si Michael Tim
line old country manalnn
recently converted Into apacioua
t. ntlrd with all Mouci"
convenience*. There ara u
i aetea eurrounding the houae
laid out with lawn, aluubaarrea
and garden*. The -ong driveway
argaroarh ia ganged by mauimd
raartoaam. lr*c* Goad .nveat-
menl prvpeil
INCAU>. p..... Halle Vni-
wrll r mi buried modern home
clevarly daalgnad (or ean* running
a mum. labour Contain*
wide verandaha, guod living loom.
1 bedroom, with built in ctoaata.
tiled bathroom with aeparale
toilpt. tiled kitchen, laundry,
aervant'a quartan and large garage
I'inatrucUd ot atona witb pollaiai'l
pine Aoarlng throughout Cool and
increaataigty p-ipulac tciitaanU'l
PIBHAM". Worthing, Modern
tone bungalow in plruai.t tral
>1 area. Acconun
-11*1 hM W-ler and nidderii Kltch-
latnal la over 'a acre all
chead and there ate nun
( Ol Mat MUI ot- Hi Joh-i
A nkant ) atoray prop*rt>
ton* built Kitn ahlngled roo'
lomadeUMy ra-dccotaUMl iccenUi
IgdMlMM inntnalat^
Ing raOBMi I u.-wiumaia, klutwi-
r wta
Will quarttii elc Wad* lawt.
w-.Habir raidan Well law-
Pi land
Timber cunaliucilo"
atotie pulai*. aound
tr.ighoul Ther, are 1 badrapma
with wanh ba*lna. lounnp, wide
gallary overlooking the ana. Kilcn
bathlna cubic!.. Oatara i.ivittd
HIIK 111 -I llathahr.ia.-Sub-
Ij ,iit inodeiii Mono
bungalow on tlie brow "I Ihe cttr?
afforrtlng late ew o( thla wild
,M.d i,.i i...... Ih.n ..i" 3 .- 1
bedroonaa. living room. S-aMed
lalleti. klUhen aeivnnt q
.nd garage Ei'ti irli and watet
are laid on The land la over *
acre* and there are about SO coroa-
1 -111 iiee> liilrraatlnK prapoiltlon
llfc-j-jl
1 low
1 mm Httrag. n phiiip-one
ol the mo*t 1 hainnnU. aitualed
propctti.. ol ihla nnUiao In IB.
laUnd. The hoiion conlnlna nve
largr bedroom* 1 with hot and cold
atet niacioii* lounge*, dining
be* doc**-, wide ahadv gallcier*.

ling plant and lha
llrrne. nardi" planted With flo
enng .hruba and Miada ireo* The
oaatal viawa could haadl> be da-
relied, and the bathing )
lent. Further inlirmntaon may be
obtained from Uka aule .gent* or
Cbrrtnaajfi aitd Sealy.
lagnlfVe
IMM "ill Mtt^ xi
Jar*** Drliahtlul ------g"------
etandah com-
aj ... 1. gj *gg
bench Largo
lounge. 1 bedroom* rerandaha.
rooma Storeroom* in bnteennnt.
OfTera conatdeied
SaTAfi not at mi ThomnaA
pociou* l-atorey countrv houaa
i>proa. & actca plui addi-
iiongl J'i acre* II required Ttioea
ara ft bedrooma. 1 ktul
SIND.W \D\Oi Ml
FAC.L 1 II II LN
.!.
adhH
bathrooma. kitchen, panlry.
PgnHgnj it.. ,t
"VILLA tO*-
C11, Attract ive
located atone bungalow wiut
double rartUgeway Appro* I*.
"* ag tt Thi* well built property
rontatna a front gallery. lanW
eiuiigo aeporale dining room. S
large bedroom-, toilet, p..
kitchen Good courtyard al rear
aWglai Land-. St Jamoa
Coaet Appro. X acraa with
good gen frontage One of Ihe few
building *ltea available in thla e-
1 lo.ivo area THe owner ha* left
the Island 1- a*. |....ed to avll !**>
propcfty at a low ngute
WHIM HOI II IM M MJAK-
Mitt N,. timlvr houae with
living r bath and toilet, kitchen gar ago and
out.bulMlng* tJood arable land
over one acre, all encVoaed -HIi
wall and lancing, very aoeMMe
..me .iaiiii4g ot cltlctnai IntaV
Low nature aaked
L4K hlBMII HOI *t U.ltlix. *
I ebna Band -A gi^CMua two-alotaff
tone houaa with pleaaant .,
lee ted gruoitda .lull, offeT*
aoaaalhlng "dlflerer.-' At tho
anlranco over the drive-a. there
la a covered car porch ahuh givea
accoa* to a lounge with French
window* on ana aMe laading ou
to a wide vrrapdah. overlooking
UH itrtn
ludv, 4 doubia I edcooaa*. garage*.
orvanla' quart.,. and uaual
aaaaalue* A nlgnl. lecommended
property open to offer*
r.KANVILAn. flint Hall
Rooaiy 3 atont, huuae with gnlaer-
lea. living and dining room..
kitchen, panlry and tncerooma:
eiicioaed >aid with atuck pan*.
gamgo and large out-building*.
Ground! are about '. of an aero
with fruit ire-a and paature. -1*0
conuina good building pint on
. 11., Mi
"MS TUN
Ol-lil.! All
tahed ara-a
Hghi
us
SKA". Near
fully furn-
bungnlow built
with
excellent bathing lactllttra There
i' I ttw wbuac fiuolaga, bed-
rooma, 13 with baalnai. largo
Leihapad loungo wdh cocktail
bgr. katahati, aniaga and (agtantC
qua it era.
"MALTA .
oral laauaa .
1 ...i-1 t|.,.
-ia>rlling and
t beei
B
..( 1
,,.- ,
ait it
. rrgnainagnni
T& !...-
-Ida vaaandah. with iwaal -I-
iraellvr eggvaue vgai T*a* Ihree
iiedroor.a air nttad itb built .14
ardxobri aj.il aiau anlib*--Nr.
and UP- tarn, batluoum. Have II C
well fitted od aim ara aupplle**
-11* H .- -afar Ctrotind floor
cantalna Z caraaie*, lair- atora-
rooma and arivant* quarter*.
(round* of about *< of an aci*
ITIa>iM, LAND, KocKlay We
'Tiirlnl h. i.H.r .1 i'ual at-
tractive bullduig .ite in a aecluded
poaitlon bounded b> Golf Link*
llro.1
, then
'01 nm a nui tag st. jamaa
An Eatate houaa built of atona
with pine floor* and ''"g'f roof.
3 reception, 3 bvdrouni*. ctand-h*
IC.. niao garage and uaual oul-
Tha houae itand*
, .,( .
1 t.i
load naahoganji approaehad b, a
long diiva.iv (lankad with cloaely
planted >ul.-,.i< I tree* The oula
aUlxUng MtraCUun ol "Holder '
l lha- vary mvri. alta whlcb haa
the advanuge of being well la-
vatod and cool, with fine view* on
all aide* Coa.t 1. lea. than a rrUa
ana? and town fi n.U
Peter-A
"WTNUOVIK "
aolM on* *torry
wtth ahingled ronf, lately e-
lanaivly rc-moncll*d with great
car* br Ihe prevent owner. Tha
liajiae haa I wide roomy varnndana
at front and aid*, large drawing
taari. aepamte dining rocri. 1 good
badi.-m. iwith wadi ba*inal.
kite hen. iiuniir-. aarvanta' quar-
ter* and garage Ground, ara
o*er *' acre* with productlva
orchard, flower end vrgetabla
gatdrn*. drtvewav ami large park-
ing apace for cara "Wvndnvef"
ia wail elevated on the ridge.
alwma benatUa Irom a t.reeae and
rornrnanda perfect viaw. of tha
aaajgg
RENTALS
ri-SflAW-, Wiiev Modern
1 bediouinrd bungalow iiieely lur-
nlahod Available ot- I att.
immediate n giialoo-
VIMTON UIIIOI Maawrll
Coaat. r-ulhy furnlahed houae
available long leawj a* from Feb.
Urn
, KSTATE AGENTS. At'CTIONEERS and St'R%'EVUIl5
TI1K FIRM WITH THE RF.Pl'TATION
PLANTATIONS Bl ILTUNGM Pbonr 4C40
NOTICE
TENDERS are invited lor tha
manufacture ol WIRE COAT
HANGERS. A sample can be
obtained Irom the Manager.
Sanitary Laundry Co. Ltd.
SANITARY LAUNDRY CO., LTD.
OF BARBADOS
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PACE S1XTEE*
SCNDAY ABVOCATE
UMDA1 .1 \\l VltY 20. IW
B. Guiana Legislators Express
Concern Over Fish Situation
POSITION GOING
FROM BAD TO WORSE

(From Our Own Correspondent)
GEORGETOWN, Jan. 10.
MKMBERS of th- Unislativc Council yesterday ex- by Either Godd.
pressed concern over tho present fish situation as a result Hojmi. si Mn h.ui.
n Wicim nnd Richter clcsintf down their deep sea {*'
fsshini; business and put forward several reasons that might (ridj>
be held responsible for under-development .,[ the nulust
in theColonv
ptssu I
Bicycle, Foodstaff,
Batter} \n Turkos Stokil
Seoul A/i'
B.G. Transfers
Money For J'ca
To Local Fund
bale Of the 1952 Estimate* with
i<-pecl lo the Fisheries Secttm of
the Agriculture Department.
The position was getting from
bad to worse, it wm si..1
(..uvernment was asked to IdoM
muter immed;.'
i vir-sv tn casing the ritaaUen
>nmewhal.
Froai Pace |>
linuuiti. Urn .Kiit.-, uf UM
BtctadM cnekat a.-w.- wium. ui
'Scout* sn again ui'iim ii.tn
. ..t r.4: H g|
Ml pn graastBM
i->-ru and ushering. No
niiiibt it u. a ver> pleasant Good
lunt ix-caiiM* they ..re afforded
UM opportunity I*. >*e some good
11 too:
Di S Krudle of Stony Ciosl." **" ^'JJ'* "' Wor"' on
out of th.- da- Worthing. Chrl Their llul
ued $6o.oo OWH..J
of Wi
stolen from
th PuUM I.u
o.oo and io as
GEOIH.HTOWN Jan. 10.
m of s-.M86.ir0 hu been
red from the Centi I H
II it ,n |ld o! j.mik'u to
.
Mr. It. Gajraj, Ma/01 0<
own, who is Chairman 01
! 1'nims IIIfOIIIM>d IIKill
Hi i RaUsfl Conunlt-
hW member* of the kamUHiN it
that h"
ted that a quantity of food'ntuiT l>umig Uiu bui week Oi their
valued *i3.ff was stolen froBo school vacation, ten |sa Scouts ol
his home between 10.00 UB Michael Troop spent
"(K) SJB -ii Kn- I'Hir days at Iheir Headquarters,
day. Needh-nis Point Their main
mtivity wus the painting of their
A battery valued $34,011 WSJ Scout Hut. From outside appear-
-tolen from the BOO I ( they have done
M 21 whUa II was parkad In quite a good job No doubt they
the yard of the Barbados lec want to be sptc and span when
Bay Street between UM Chiet rrtvaa on lllh Teb
I oinniixioner for the Midland
Area
Oni A h c Campbtll baa a
'.-pied tho Island Commissione:
. it.ition to boeoano Commission
"i tin- M.itl ml Ai'eii Tin* Aii'.i
the Parishes of St.
Joaaspb, St. John and
.. part ut st Mirh.K'l. Th-
twoftvo Seoul Orotlpa In the Area
rid there will be four Assistant,
Hardship-
Lgn.nilnis told of .he hard- 1,m on Frtday
ships suffered by Usher men par- ,l th* property oi '
Ueulwl* in the outlying district* I""1*'- Th'' n..... reported
ving SB} refrigeration at bv Clifton White ^
their disposal to preserve then
bcttea spoilage, Insa of
D .mil BastSt)
Among inconveniences and
as noted UmI B ":
men who had for a long
I-ml - ,'hli,l|" ul IIUlI.
Hoad. Ilitnk Hall, report-<( thai
two tuikevs were stolen from the
open yard of fasass Mllllngton of
the same addre^ bt'.> tjk
I ..,i in.,.
At the first inctink Of UkS Fire
Relief Committee, on t
uestion of Mr. A. A. Thorn itson.
Of the University
I the West Indie*, a cable
was eent to the g
JamHi
they
partments from which loans wer<
pOSSabaS, nakB .idv,inr's '..ins
ll ore ws no Insuranet
llltfi (*rt'llU4.ll
Police Fo*cc
active
ided tfl
duMas.
Old Scout Returns l Active
Service
Wi -ne also pleased to announce
that Cspt B. A. Baal* baa aeeapl-
.here "" view w ooiaimiig i.i,i.ii uinaai j>i-" mm - ed the Island Commissioner's lnvl-
; ., .,K.*.Vi, L iL. che and maintaining a beUei ..pply for six vacancies In the ,Hllon to become Asst Commis-
.oJ/o^mT.^ iK"PP>) " '"e eommunily. it mi ir' suggested that Government ob- In reap... .-.t,semen! In Pev SShe Is affectionately known
tain two or three large boats tapa- lhe press. should be very popular with the
Ua "f doing deep sea llshing. . With .
Large Roiils
view lo obtaini,:
One hundie* l
men turned up
Training School
the Ptolic
Friday
Pund.
i. m, i tg ihi i.
British Guiana the Governor -I Th-f^ wafVlgssfuTssaal flahermoTI **a educational testa. Of ihoat- old Scout of Comt>rrrm*rP Troop
I*;! Of sufficiently long experience to RUalifylllBj educationally, six will where he became .. Flrsl Class
nilly anxious to help
'.. it would not
his power to authorise the diver-
sion of funds collectci!
public loi
other purpose. He a>l< I
ever, that he would of
no objection to th> Urn
thr- roMectlnn for the .laimici
Relief in vn of th
nj| ke .i iolli'< UOn f"i ', -
lief in OeorrHown.
i of the reply
i Ml ill the dsskj
i nient was B0f

'.hen the boots CO
to the lishcrnii'n.
iiquireii to lake a medical s
.' aelecUon. Th.
rfJJ be placed
i-r
and Patrol Laaatssl.
Btefa he will super-
Firs! Sea Scouts. Gar-
CkM member did not tlunk then-
need be such a shortage and at -
tnbuted much of the )
the fact that people. through
ignorance neglected tha
skin-fish
Oil! Bg ...IS ..1 ... ( gj I.
era Inserted In UM dalrr lurlrui the whole 12 month-. >f .
new-oapers lntlmtlng that if year fishing was done in limited The Conduct
ters and there muM necessar- Cecil Archei
nbteellon* to lhe transfer o ih* ,|v be a falling off in the nt
i hand fir latetatCfl thn Df flsn |nnt could be .
Id be 'nrned over t 'he ,nr Br)tai
f ... Relief Cpmn "
WSJ nn ohlectlon
Police Hand
1/ Eaptanodi
Inj
fin lhe PoUea Band's monthly tf.e memberc of the Barbados Con-
,, I made hngent should be read] for puh-
'ginning at *.4S this
ill b. I
i.....
n>
fixtra-Mtfral
Dc/Htrl/npnt
Hill 9oeka To Clear
\\ av For \fu
It.... Coiistilution
ursa of lectures op loon-
OBaic Problems given by Mr. K.
B A will bs resumed It
i Y.M.C A. Pinfold Street, on
Mitt January at 8.1S
p:.: Tha Mils of Uua lecture U
I .ll.llt."
. Ir. H.A. Will itig provision for golvsrsal adult
i of a .cries of !> suffrage has been published Ii
Iceturg omenU Chemistry the tlrsi Official Gaxette for 1932
H
I- m
knah Thr Swan Ufa
i.. Lit.....
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..,. IU.I.
g| -Haliai tin.'., - K.pln
1 1 V. .....

j. tha. SI .-,,' .'.I
IU P 1 .1-"4
g) |A1 no "-1"-
(iF(IIHIETOWN, .Loi in
Draft of a Bill whasi s.^-k.s to
amend the Legislative Council
(Elecli.)iiM Ordinance by mak-
Crfw Rescifed
W\ Grace 01 God"
Msmbera
also n
2and
.,t MM b
PORT-OF-8PAIN, I
Colleaji Laboratory The prim .i tha H is only through the grace
I Jftth at 8.WI amendment a! this time and nt God nnd keen manoeuvri Hi
In advance of any Othai COBbSbV b) our captain UMt
f tho Youth Group lulional amendments it is ,-x- |,. ,. ;,i,i,, h, cOtno to TTtnldad
reminded that this re- pinned is to rsm .. ni .. rosjfa Roi all ihsM anwsta on tha mud
s on Tuesday Januaiv lot Of voters prepared with the banks of lhe MaruiMi M
dalajr. oti \. thi ero of tha
BKML, motor
lhe new lull pgopooai that Kits Mlt >.ur( ((|1 m,.....
hall be entitled to i-- rag- ik^,, stranded on
istered as a voter in .my 0M rineg ik-mtiU-i M, i I
electoral district If he (ai Is a ,Vere taken oh" bv so
Brttm subject of the age of II h.md" on Frld.iv last, 13 days
years or upwards and (bi h
du h.ui Daniel of Bank Hall, aide in the Colony for .i perm.! DurttsJ thOSS It dayi Of H*ht-
st. hUchasf win ba bald by His of at least t | ite- |K ;,ginst the aoa
Mr E A. Mcl.eod Cm- V bef.He the dat. n thc ^j, against them thev
[ District "A" on Thurdav "" '* , ii IM Ul the Colmi> i.t that ,)llln|l ^,ul 3UO bags of ihelr
., ttod to the ''"'; " tO has roaide-i In tha ., Trinidad
Hospital Otl DeceiuU., .ii "leeloral district in which bg.
rolvod in .m ., ^''"" ; "; ' regrtered for i
l Thombuis Hill, lie I"1""1, "' "" 1"" 'x monln
ex! week
CANE WEIGHING
INSPECTORS
RE-APPOINTED
Us Cane-weighing Inspei-
totg who have been re-appointed
to supervise the weighing of sugar
cane at factories in 1052 are now
working under !he Labour Depart-
ment in the following Districts
immn Ha I Mr J M>U. n. '
Carnastaa. r.>ur bury, Spsnrvri and Olbbons.
ipiiin'i * ; Mi vf. c *.i.-i
i M Bulkait- H'll* N>lo
Loam btahi.
o.io.i s- i Mr r A. .-atifJir
UriuM'. Cliff. Ttirrr- HSUSI Q
.i
OLOirl \. I Mi X S Vaaaa-n
klbol K.i.rt.1 Aurtr.w.. Jox
. ran vin an Ul,Irl.I N. \ M> >. s.i-.,,,
. iraai ins*-!- swmii,. Vauahaa
ind Apple* Ha He*
DfcMHM S. Mr M Mllktoo-
II r-airtMd 11. i
l-n. Porurs nd Warrant
In Touch With Barbadoi
Coastal StMion
Inquest Thurstkty
The

ini|M^t into the Ctrcufl
rounding the de.itb
nnd SI the !! |
17 and tu BOJtl ihiy pswt nmr-
|i in
St the Hospital Mortuai\ bt f>
f L Ward

-is before tha
Uon,
The "(---I roller* dlsquallAoa"
DOVERS VS. B DOS
FOUNDRY TO-DAY
twosn Dovot C-C. and
onu with lunacy, certain tsn- '^ ""' f L"
Courts. '"!'; '" *>'
K.....aj to virt
of pu. n flection maimimmis roi m>n

Until lbs n i- .J rotsn undoi S**nnei I
i luffnaa no completed H " ^ Poiter. .i Osi-unu. i;.
,t w..ui,i i, ... Ite C troney. L. Ashby,
atecUort under the ex- H Matthaa (ISth aum
isiling .onslitution and suffrait. IKA'ER C.C.
mas. They arc the prop- There l*. therefore piom ...,, \ OtHUB) (Capt.). D. Price C.
erty of William WstSOn of tha the Rill foi Uie siispinsioti of the Atwcll. V. Jones. I. Jones
KM pliuiuition SBd aasffaj 10- proposed amendment until auch Saysi I Klneh B Laahkr)
_____________________________time as the list* .ne eomplrt. d I rtntond, B, Kirton I Datao
5 Acres Of ('ones
Hurnt
A fire of unknown origin
i.itat'H i. Plantation, Chr t
Church, t about BJO p.m
Frl nu at ftro at ras of third
oi a s
I Pionwi Ouir. M s m. ,,,
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S CanvinrdM. S l l
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ii ii. \ ,. ,- v s iioagj ii. ...i
s s i.aiwi a a
Vatasaa, % S Wan
H (win Hansor. S S
S Al-dlM
CJnlll. S f, I. (i l s s All,-
HSdai S s Tr.HWDOd,
s S TTtallopua. 9 Maria IN- l*irm
s l, ran IM*. S 8 Saman-. S %
Virginia. S S PttkuwaM niaph-
e> S S Tindia. % S Wan.cn. S S
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Psnhe Girdles in sizes medium
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